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Where ls another aweet ai my awee\
Fine ot the One, and shy of the shy ?
Floe lit le hands, One little feet
Dewy blue eve.
Shall I write to her? shall I go?
Ask her to marry me bv and by *-.
Somebody said that she'd say no; _
Somebody knows that she'll say ay
Ay or no, If ask'd to her face ?
Ay or no, from shy of the shy .
Go, little letter, apace, apace,
Piv to the light In tho val>y below
?e?? mv-wish to her dewy blue eye:
Some!>od? said that shf say no;
Somebody Knows hit she'll say ay !
Bro JANEIRO-Per German brig Clara-2600 bags
coffee, to C N Hubert.
Vhc Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICK CHARLESTON* NEWS. )
MONDAY EVENING, october 9,1871. J
COTTON.-The market commenced weak, with
prices easier, which, with unfavorable telegrams,
.nabled purchasers to operate at about >ic ? ft
decline. Sales abont 650 ba'es. say l at 17,12 at
1?X, 25 at 17X, 33 at 17X 36 at 13. 150 at 18),', 113
ac 18?, ll at Wi. 200 at issc. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordlnarr.15 @17X
Strict middling.No salea.
Rica.-There waa a fair demand at steady rates.
Sales iso tierces of cl?aa Carolina, say 21 tierces
at : .s, 67 at 8?, and 78 at 8 3-l6c fi ft. We quote
common to fair at 7@7>?c, good 8@8>?c.
NAVAL STORES.-There were no salea reported.
FREIGHTS.-Vessels acarea and In demand.
To Liverpool by steam, direct, \d on uplands,
ld on sea islands; via New York, sd on
npiands, sd on sea Islands; by sall, on up?
lands 9 l6d, sea islands nominal. To Havre
nominal. Coastwise-to New York by steam, Xe
on uplands and lc on sea islands; $1 50 fl tierce
?ta rice; by sall Kc * ft on cotton; - fi tierce
Sa rice; 40c fl barrel on rosin; $7@8 V M on la ra?
cier; i*@>io fi M on Umber. To Boston, by sall,
if/a ft ft on upland cotton. To Providence, by
tail $8 fi Mon boards, fie fi ft on cotton;by
steam $i fi bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam xe fi ft on uplands; by sall, $7
f Moa boards; $0 on timber; $3 per ton en clay,
and $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
?team Kc ft ft by sall, $6 sc?: ft M on boards;
$3@3 25 ft tun ou phosphate reek. Vessels are In
demand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C , Darlen and ba tina River,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and t?o?i: ? M are the rates on lamber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 22@22X.
aovEsnc EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur
anaafng sight checks at X@S off, and sell at par.
Chere ls no business doiug in time billa.
.Markets by Telegraph.
At 'NET MARKETS,
LONDON, October o-Noon-Consols 9lxa92X
Evening.-Consols 92X? American secur.tles
gat. Bonis 92S.
FB.ANK.ORT, October 9-Noon.-Bonds 95xa98.
PARIS, October 9-Noon.-Rentes 5613 :c.
Nsw Toas, October 9-Noon_Stock. very ex
cited and panicky, and fell 1 to 2 per cent, a nee
the morning, causeo by fSa fire at Chicago. Gov?
ernments dull and ateady. State bonds doll and
heavy. Money easy ats percent. Gold heavy
at its. Exchange, long 9; short 10.
Evening.-Freights lower. Money sharp at 7 to
XOld interest, with commission tn some instances.
BnaMag Arm at 9a?s. Gold loSiUs. Govern?
ments sympathized with other stocka, and de*
dined jfjt'i, closing very heavy ; sixty-twos lss.
' "SSW. neglected; prices thong h low merely nora
taaL Tennessees 66; new 60S. Virginia? 60; new
?a. Louisianas 65; new 5S; levees 70; etgbta 82.
Alabamas iou; fives 58. Georglaa 82; sevens 91.
Borth cai o; in as 41; new 23. South Carolinas 75;
Nsw ORLEANS, October 9.-Sterling 23a23X
Sight X discount. Gold 14S?
LIVERPOOL, October 9-Noon.-Cotton opened
?4Ufet; uplands 9Xd, Orleans lOalOsd.
Later.-Colton ea ter; nplatds 9V": Orleans
Md. Sales 12,000 bales-for sp?culation and ex
Evening.-Cotton caller; uplands 9Xd; Orleans
Kaw YORK. October 9-Noin.-Cotton steady
at a decline; uplands lOJgc, Orleans 20Sc; sales
of cotton futures on Saturday evening 6700 bales,
asrollows: October I9sal9 7-16A19X; November
19 7-l6ai9Sai9S?19 5-16; December 19 7-l6ai9X*
?X; January i9S'al9S ; February
Evening.-Cot.on quiet; sales 3236 bales; up
lands I9jic; Orleans ?Xc . .. .
BOSTON, October 9.-Cotton dall and lower
.tfddUngfl ?oxc; cross receipts 43u bales: exporta
to Great Britain 300; sales SOO; stock 4000.
PHILADELPHIA, October 9.-Cotton quiet; mid
BALTIMORE, October 9.-Cotton da l and nomi
Bal; middling* io.se; net receipts 198bales: gross
SW; exporta coastwise 40; sales 146; stock 1400.
NORFOLK, October 9.-cotton dull; low mil
?Alna i-Se; net receipts 1240 bales; exports
coast wi e 1774; sales loo; stock 26 io.
WILMINGTON, OCK ber 9.-Cotton quiet; mid
dUnga 19 Sc ; net receipts 315 bales; exporta coast
wise IM; sales 400; stock 8271.
SAVANNAH. October 9.-Cotton In moderate
demand, and prieta a shade lower; middlings
SSSc; net receipts 8191 bales; expo, ts coastwise
1884; ailee 830; stock 11,993.
AtroPfTA, October 9.-Cotton dall; middlings
arve; receipts 700 bales; sales SOO
Msw PHIS, October 9 -Colton dull and lower;
-BIM o lings 18X&19C; receipts 2209 bales; shipments
MOBILE, October 9 -Cotton n mlnal; middlings
1?sc; net receipts 18.3 bales; export coastwise
TU; safes-300; skok 11.973.
New ORLEANS, October 9.-Cotton dull; low
JBMdling l9S'ai9Sc; net receipts 1245 bales;
Sro? 1219; exports coastwise 3K>3; sales ooo;
GALVESTON,October 9-Cotton dnll; good rr
canary i8ii6Sc; net receipts 6?0 bales; exports
?Soaatwlse 1894; sales 200; stock 19.779.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON, October 9.-Evening.-Sogar afloat 23s
dd. Cumberland cat 36s.
LIVERPOOL. October 9-Noon-Corn 32s 9J.
Lard 47s 3d. Tallow 43s 6d.
HEW YORE, October 9-Soon.-The Chicago Ore
onsettled the market'. Breadstuff's held h gher.
with nothing doing. Flour a shade firmer. Whrat
Seid higher. Corn Vm. Pork Arm at $13 62a
33 7a. Lard steady. Turpentine steady at 63Sa
MSc. Rosin strong at $4 12X?-? SO tor str in ed.
Evening.-Pi mr a shade firmer; common to
lair extra $7 2oa7 90; good to choice $9 05a9 23.
Whiskey lower at 96c. Wneat 3a5c better, etilem
speculative; winter red and Western $1 60a 1 64.
Ctarn IaSO better, chtedy speculative, 78 sc. hice
?tuetat 8sa9c. Pork Armer at $13 75. Lard,
?ettie io.Sc. Turpentine steady. Rosin strong.
BALTIMORE, October 9.-Flour and wheat steady ;
pork $14 50; shoulders sc; lard lOXaiuXc; whisky
WnjcNOTON, October 9.-Spirits turpentine
Unn at 60c. Rosin firm at $3 23 for st ramed,
-?5 2? for No. 1, $7 26 for pale. Crude turpentine
drat at $3 io for hard, $4 60 for yellow dip, ?4 75
for virgin. Tar firm at $2 60.
.CINCINNATI, October 9.-Business partial!v sus
raeaded, owing to the Chicago excitasen:. " Pork
$13; lard 9Sc; bacon held firmly; shoulders 7Xc;
dear aides 8XC.
ST. L.OCI3. october 3.-K l ;ur qi!et. Corn firm?
er. Watoksy saxe. Pork Mgacr at $i3aii6o.
Bacon h|gher; shoulders7Xa7Xc, clear Rides 8Sc.
LOUISVILLE .October 9.- Pork $13al3 66. Shoul
ders Ttfc, clear side? 8c for packed. Whiskey
Nirw ?JaiJiANSv .October 9.-Flour scarce; su
?rnne-sa?; double *6 7?a7: treble $7 25a? 5).
corn stares and advanced; Wh te mixed 84c, yel?
low 85c, ?bite 86*860. Oats 65a57e. Bran $1 25.
Bay, prime $36, choice scarcest $36a3? 60. Poik
Jieid at $14 75. Bacon firmer; shoulders ssas v
ctear rib ssc, clear 9J9>?&'cho ce hams 18Xai9c.
Lard scarce; tierce los .iio -,c, keg 12SC. sugar
and molasses no market. Sn! s n-w syrup al 53
a?xc. Whiskey 9ba$i. Ct flee 17Xal7Xc.
Interior Cotton marketa.
COLUMBIA, October 7.-Sales 75 L..les; mid
WAA No L BC RG, October 6.-Sales during the
?weet 266 bales. We quote: Ordkary 16c, low
saddling 17 *c, middling m;c.
MONTOOMKKY. o-tober 7.-The market ts quiet,
?oboyera; low mtduiing.i 18SC
SKLMA. October e.-Sales today C50 bales;
mldviitcgi 1W3. low mlddlirga 18XC. Demand
good; market quiet and ti: m.
Montgomery Cotton Statement.
MONTGOMERY, October 6.-.
Stock on hand September 1,1871. 1 565
Beceived paat week. 2,220 '
.Received previously.3,441- 5 661
HMppoi put, week. 1,792
Shipped pr<iTlouBly. 2,197- 3,989
itock O-'t. f. 1871. by actual count.T237
Receive corresponding week last year 3644
New Tork Hay Market.
Fro td the Dallv Bulletin. Sat or my, October 7
Receipt? to day 2175 bales. The demt ltd ls fair
ai form r prices", which are, however, <.ni> stead v
Sales are 90 nales for Wilmington. 200 for'Norfolk
S f(T Richmond, and 5J f <r Peter>butg. bn at
tl 10. Retah ls steai y : neill' g at from $1 20 to
Si &5. Straw ls firm, with a fair Jobbing d>mand.
Selm? Cotton Statement.
SELMA. October 6k
Stock on nana September L, 1871.balee.. 66:
Received tnt* week.1.762
Received previously.'.3,295- 5,047.
Shipped this week.1,629
Shipped previously.2,039- 3,868
On hand October 6,1S71.1,941
New York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, Saturday, October
The market is without new features of g?rerai
importance. The stock or domestic ls mod?r?t'
and not likely to increau immediately, and hold
ers are, of c nrse, pretty firm, bat still they do
not refuse a full bid. Foreign in very good supply;
buyers can obtain any reasonable amount call?
ed for, and prices are kept on an easy range.
Sales of 100 tc s Carolina at 8i9c for old, and 8%\
9sc for new, and 525 pkg* East India at 6"i*7c
for Rango m. and 7,sa7,sc for Patna.
From tue Journal of Commerce: The market ls
quiet but firm. Tue supply of rea ly desirable
grades Is sma.l. while on the part of th- trade
mere ls a moderate inquiry We notice sales of
200 bigs I'atna at TKatXc, 200 bags Rangoou at
6Jfa7? \ and 60 tes Carolina at 8a9:. New ls sell?
ing at 8Xa9c.
New York Naval Storea Market.
From the New York Journal of Commerce, Sat?
urday, October 7 : The market rorspirit? turpen?
tine is rather quiet, and the demand entirely to
meet urgent wants of consumers. The moderate
stocken the market and the very steady tone or |
affairs at shipping points check further conces?
sions. We quote merchantable < rder at 65c, wi h
sales of 70 barrels at the latter price; 17 bbls from
dock at 64c; t6 bots, . 0 arrive, at 64c; 199 bblfl, to
arrive, at 63c. Rosins-Tnere has been considera?
ble Inquiry for strained from shippers. The light
stock here limits the business for prompt delivery
to smal parcels, bnt for shott delivery a very fair
tra 'e ls rep rted. The market closed at $4. Best
grades are worked on*easily to the home trade at
very full prices. Sales have been 3000 bbis strain?
ed, to arrive, at $3 95, In yard; 2000 bt>ls, to arnve,
at $3 90; 500 bbls do, to arrive, at $3 93; 782 bbls,
to arrive, at $4; 1500 bbls do, at $4, f o b; 270 bbls
No 2 at $4 50a4 ti J ; 600 bbis pale at $8a8 25; 75 bbls
do at $9, and two cargoes atra ned, In Wilming?
ton, about .'000 barrels, part at $3 20. We quote
No 2 at $412Sa4 50; No 1 at $4 75a5 75: pale at $0
a:; extra pale at $7 25a9 50. Tar is stead ly held,
wit h a moderate inquiry. We quite Wilmington
at $3 Wi. A sale ls reported or 170 bbls Washing?
ton at $3 12.S. C.ty pitch quoted at $4.
New York Coffee Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, Saturday, Octo?
ber 7: The market for Brazils ls excited, and on
last quotations we can advance lui ?y se The
change ts ascribed to news that came by the
steamer to-day, which places the market In a
more favorable position than was anticipated,
the estimates or the quantity or the old c'"p re?
maining In Brazil, as well as or the gro -ving crop,
being reduced decidedly. From second hands
there ls an active business doing, and there un?
doubtedly tvoul ::>? from first hands, were im?
porters lu possession of any amount of stock.
We notice sales or 4200 hags Rio ex Alpha: 535
bags d.i ex Humboldt, aud in Baltimore 101 : bags
do ex W. Ordway. Resales here of 3000 bags do
ex May Queen, and In Bal'lmore 3015 bags
do ex Talisman-tue latter atl3Xc gold, in boad.
East and West India coffees retain the upward
tendency noticeable during thepastweek. The
telegram from Padang is at hand, stating that at
the government 6ale the usual quantity was of?
fered, but the prices obtained were decidedly
higher. The sale last month wai at 41 64 fl >rins,
whtle at the previous i-ale the pr'-.e was 36 60
florin-'. Here there is an active business from
second hands at full quoted rates, but from fl rat
han ls the lack of stock prevents transactions.
We quote for Rio, m bond, gold prices, as follows:
Ordinary cargoes 13ai3Sc, fair clo 13>?a?3*?c,
gool do u M;ali sc, prime do 14\al sr*. The 0 her
kinds we quote lu coi l, duty paid, aa fo lows:
lava (gras* mats) 25c. Singapore I8a2? -, Ceylon
17al8>a'c, Maracaibo 16al8.se Laguayra 16S*l7c.
lamaica loane, St. Domingo (gold, tn bond) 10a
ile, Costa Rica I6ai7.se, Mani la 10al7c, Mexican
l?.saKc, Savanlila 16al8c, Curacoa 15>j*l7c.
HAVANA, September 30.-61TQAR3-Cia-, e 1 has
oeen very dall this week, and the total sties
reported is probably the smallest since the com
nencemeut of the year. Buyers have kept out or
he market in view of the decline reported per
;able from New York, and the few lots dealt with
ire solely for the complement of cargoes. Last
alzht was received an advance In London, which
will enable holders, the majority of wh m have
kept firm at previous quotations for good dry lots,
which, owing to the rainy weather which has
prevailed of late, have become more scarce. The
market continues dull at the close, and prices are
nominal, on the basis of lu --?alo ^ ra arrobe No 12
of common train, ns given last week.
Molasses, Centrifugals and Muscovadoes-Notb
lng h is l een done here, for the same re sons
given above, and last week's quotations for these
Boris are also nominal.
The receipts >ince 1st January have teen 953,672
boxes and 33,777 hhds. aga'ns11,291,533 loxes
and 47,475 un is tn 1870. The de.iverles, same
period, were 785,467 boxea uni aa.i** 1 nen,
agains- 1,2-5,1 -i boxes and 48.825 hhds In 1S70.
The stock this morning amounts to 186,291 boxes
and 1,554 hhds, against 125,835 boxes and IOJO
hhds in 1870. Stock at Matanzas 11,730 boxes
and 559 hhds, against 4900 boxes aad 29 hhds in
The expms from both ports 6lnce January 1
compare with 1S70 as follows :
1871. 1870. 1871 187o7
To U. Stales.... 403,429 392,608 100,618 117,187
To Europe. 4,637 23,840
Toother part?... 10,43$ 22,966 795 3.686
Total.9 9,760 1,497,881 106,050 149.712
Decrease, 1871...683,135 .... 43,662
MOLASSES-contlunes quiet ror want of sum
clent stock o eperate opon; contracta for the
coming crcp have been made already, but the
terms are held secret.
HONST-A small lot has been shipped to Ant?
werp. None In flr-t hands. Prices nominal at
6 l?s6ii rs. per gallon. Nothing la said of the
co .dug crop
RUM-Dull at $37a38 per pipe, that of 22 de?
WAX.-Nglected; lactsales atSBMaO*? arrob?
for yell w. und $l2;?t'jl3 s for white. Co Tee- ac?
tive and Arm ror home use ac $l7Sel7X per quin?
tal r r first cia s, and $ nales tor 1 w io seconds.
FREIGUTS.-A moderate demand prevails for
the United States, and although there 1B uorx
ces- or tot nage in port, rates have been weak,
closing at $1 per box and $4 per bhd sugar
hence. No demand for Europe; last charter was
made at 25s per ton.
EXCHANGE-Continues Irregula-, both on Euro?
pean and American bl ls, but a decline ls estab?
lished, qu?t?t loos at the close being as fol ow?:
Loudon, 60 days, 24,sa25.s per cent, premium
Parla, do., s*iai0? per cern, premium; Hamburg
39>i sch. per dollar; Spain, 60 dara, lia 14 s per
cent, premium; United State* 60 day currency,
par and s per cent discount; do. short sight sal
per cen; premtu n : gold. 60 days, 12 per c>;nt pre?
mium; do. short sight, 14 per cent, premium.
Receipts by Railroad, October 9.
.-[?:i2 OAUOLINA RAILROAD.
287 baies cotton, 244 bbls naval store', cars
lumber and live s ock, rough rice, md?e. Ac. To
5 D Stoney, Gaillard A Mioott, W K Ryan, Frost
A Adger. Pringle A Son, WC Bee A co. Parden A
Parker, E W Thurston, A J salinas, G H Walter A
co, ci.i g horn. Hen lng A co, Trenlioim A Son. A B
Mulligan, Wilcox, Gib is A co, Crae-er A Harmon,
TP ??milli, A S Smith, Mowry A Son, Caldwell A
Son, G W Williams A co, Pelzer. Rodgera A co.
Havenel A co. W C Courtney A co, R Chesnut, J F
O'Neill. Stetrens. Werner A Ducker, Reeder A Da?
vis, Railroad Agent, and Order.
1312 bales cotton, 108 b : ?es goods, 72 bbls naval
stores, 19 cars wood and lumber. To Railroad
Agent, KS Mlles. G Foll?n, A J Salinas, WC Bee
fc co, W W Smith, Kinsman A Howell, G W Wil?
liams A co. Pelzer. Rodgers -A co. Grae.-er A Har?
mon, C H Walter A co. T P smith, Dowling A- co,
THAW Dewees. W K Ryan, Reeder A Davis,
Murdauali A Mathews, W B Williams A Son, W
C Courtney A co, Caldwell A Sou, Wit e Bros,
A s Smith, L D Desdussure, A B Mulligan, Mowrv
6 Soc, Frost A Adger, Wagner A Weekly, Tren?
lioim A Son, w B Smith A co, Sloan A Selgnious,
WissAco, Kliuck, Wlckenberg A co, Tiedeinaa,
L'aider A CO, Wagener A Monsees.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-Mr
J w Luuueu, wife and sun, Miss J Lunden, Mr L
F Bernis inp.
.itt 'J-.arter. ein. o honra, 12 nrnnte*, evening.
New M.ou, 14th. 1 hour, 0 minutes, morning.
P.t'st uuarter. .oth.6 hours. 34 mlnnie-i evening.
Full Moon, 28th, 2 hours, 50 minutes, morning.
R. s S
CHARLESTON, 8. C,.OCTOBER 10.
hat E2 deg46 min83 sec. I Lon 7?deg?7mln27s< c.
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, Philadelphia-left
- instant. Mdse. To W A Courtenay, D?wie.
Vloi-e A Davin, Macqueen A Rieck*, P Walsh. J C
ll Causon, Elias Lroa. Bollmann B-os, Wauener
& Mousers, w ll chare* A co, FL O'Ne ll, Came?
lon, B ukiey A co. J A Q'iackeubu??. J K Anger &
g?, tva ker, Evan? A Cogswell. Hart A co. M K
Uu'.chinson, W a Welch, Tieijec A Ludtn, Kins
maa Bros, J H Graver A co, F von Santen, r W
Bil=s, L Chap?n, J G MUnor 4 co, A Langer, Kana
naux A Gonzaif z, R Lawless, Stedens, Werner A
Ducker. F A Melchers, W steele, ?1 Gerdts A Co,
G F Weiters. W shepherd A co, J Cosgrove, Dr H
Beer, G J Lubn, A Tiefenthal. Mantoue A co, J F
Taylor A co, TM Brlstoll A co, J BDuval! A Son,
Hoimea' Book House, BQ'NeUL.,C.Claclus, J H
Blade. B Feld mann A co, J M Greer A son, W M
Bird A co. O H Ingraham A Son, H Bulwinkle, K
McElrov, Ho mes A calder. Mordecai * co, ShacK
eirord A KeJy. J Moran, and others.
Steamship Sea Gull, uutton, Ba.tlmore-iert
5th inst. Mdse. To Mordecai A co, South Caro?
lina Railroad Airent, Ravenel A Holmes, Steffins,
werner A liucKer. H Klatte A co, R Jerry, w H
Wi len, W H chafee- A co, H Bischoff A co, came?
ron Barkeley A co, J fampsen A co. Kanapaux A
Gonzalez. J H Graver 4 co, Stoll, Webt?4 co>, Dr
EH Kellers, Shacke:ford A Kelly. PB Ulan e.
Knobeloch A Small. E Bates A co, F Fisher, i el -
Jen A Laden, w Barrsli, Kinsman Bros, Marshall
4 Burge, P C Trenholm, Northeastern R^road
Agent, Mantoue 4 co. Dr G W Almar, O F Weiters,
J N Robson, Holmes A Calder, B Feldmann 4 co.
Wagener 4 Monsees. Macqueen A Wecke, ?. Mer
nangh, J H V?llers. H Lelding. C O Witte, Laurey
4 Alexand-r. H Cobla A co, Mowry * ST; CGoet
tiig, R Tominion 4 co. J H Hillen, J Heins DH
Silcox 4 Co, Tiedcman, Calder 4 co, JD Aisen
sehr Etlwan, Frince, Combahee. 2100 bushels
rough rice, TO W C Bee 4 co. ^
Sloop Alice, from Combahee. 1400 bushels rough
rice. To w C Bee A co. ^ . ,"
Sloop Floral,Tr?m Pon Pon. ooo bushels rougn
rice. To R Roper. . . . _.
Received rrom Habenlcht Milla, James Island.
3 bags sea island cotton. To w c Bee 4 co.
Received from Chlsolm's M UL 36 tierces rice.
To H Bischoff 4 co.
German brie: Clara. Bordewees. Rio Janeiro-47
days. 2603 bags coffee. To C N Hubert
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr W L Bradley, Chase, Boston, October 6.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr J W Wilson, Somers, at Philadelphia,' Oc?
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, October 9.-Arrived, the steamships
Parana and Hermann Livingston. Arrived out,
steamship Nevada. . . M
SAVANNAH, October 9.-Arrived, the bark Mon?
treal, from Liverpool; steamship America, from
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TIIIS PORT.
Bark Annie Kimbali.'Stlnsou. sailed....Anprust 28
Nor bark Luget, Nielsen, sailed.Sept"
WE3T HARTLEPOOL, ENG.
The Elise, Eroaca, sailed.Angus: 9
Br bark David McNutt, Lockhart, up.Sept 18
Tne Ormen, Berkholm, sailed.August 26
The Achilles, U:ns:h. sailed.Sept 13
RIO DB JANEIRO.
German sohr Clara. Bode wes, sailed.... August 22
Br bark Vinco, Robson, up.Oct 6
Brig E ll Kennedy, Hallett, up.Sept 27
Brin L'zibel,-. up.Sept 19
Bark Keystone,-, up.Oct
Sehr Charles Comery, rink ham, cl'd.oct
Brig Minnie Abbe, -, cl'd.Oct
Sehr Ada, Relyea, cleared.Sept 30
Sehr Lilly, Huches, np.Oct
sehr May Morn, Stetson, np.Oct
Sehr M) rover, Brown, cleared.Oct
Sehr Jonas Smith, Douglass, dared.Oct
Sehr Henrietta. Leavltr, cleared.Oct
Sehr Jo..n shay, Fisher, cleared.Oct
Sehr Mo Lyona, Stevens, cleared."ct
Sehr J W Wilson, somers, cleared.Oct 6
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.Sept 30
Sehr James Wall, -, sailed.Sept 26
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
CHARLESTON, S October 6,1871.
The GEORGIA STATE FAIR opens at Macon
on 23d October, and will coaiinae eight days.
Al articles ship; ed for exhibition wm be re?
turned FREE upon cerfiflrare of the Secretary of
tne Mate rair Association that the uoousoi?ui
mala have actua ly been on exhibition.
Foll Fare for Visitors aud Exhibitors going,
and to return "free." C. S. GADSDEN,
General superintendent and Engineer.
S. C. B"YL810N. 0- K.andT Agent. t>ci7-16
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, S. 0, september 2,1871.
On and after this date the NIGUT TRAIN on
this Road will be discontinued nntll further no
The MORNING TRAIN will leave as usual at
8.30 A. M., Sundays excepted.
Freight.-? destined for points beyond Savannah
will be carried through without detention, dally.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON, G. F. 4 T. Agent. sep20
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM*
CHABLI8TON, 8. c., February ll, 1871.
Trains wm leave Charleston Dally at 6:30 A. M.
And 6 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex
ented) and 2:30 P. M.
Tram does not leave Charleston 6 P. M., Sew
Tram leaving ?JO A. M. makes through connec
?len to New York, via Richmond and Acquis
creel only, going through lo 40 hours.
Passengers leaving by s P. M. Train ha vi
chotee of route, vta Richmond and Washington
jt via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leavlnt
taiDATbythls Train lay over on SCNDAT in Bal
. imore. Those leaving on SATCBDAT remain Sen
HAT In Wilmington, N. C.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasau
rome to cincinnati, Chicago and other point!
Weat and Northwest, both TraiLS making coil
cectlons at Washington with Weatern train?
or Baltimore and :> hlo Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
?OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., Jnne 8,1871.
On and after SUNDAY, June ll, the Passen
ger Trams on 'he Sonia Oar juna Railroad wu
ac as follows:
ron A ra CST A.
..eave Charleston.8.20 A. k
.*rrlve at Augusta.4.35 p. M
-eave Charleston.8.20 A.M.
vmve at Columbia. 3.4? p. u.
WOn C FIA ll LB STOW.
uea7e Augusta.7.40 A. M
urn ve at Charleston.3.20 P. M.
jeave Columbia. 7.40 A. M
irrrive at Charleston.8.20 P. M.
THBOUOH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augu-ta.3.00 A. M
Arrive at KingrUr. 9.05 A. M.
Leave Kin?ville. 1.45 V. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.4S P. M.
ACOD8TA NIGHT EXTBESS.
Leave Charleston. 8,80 P. M.
?rxtve at Augusta.7.05 A M.
[reavo Augusta. 6.00 P. li.
.irrivc at Charleston.6.40 A. M.
COLOMBIA NIGHT 8XrBBd&
.eave Charleston.7.10 P. v.
xrtve at Columbia.8.00 A. V.
arrive at Charleston.6.45 A. V.
.eave Charleston.2.46 P. M.
.nive at Summerville...i.4.10 P. M
xavo Summerville,. 7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 8.15 A. M
eave Camden......6.00 A. M.
vrrlve at Columbia.10.40 A. M
Leave Columbia."....1.25 P. M
xrrive at Camden.6.00 P. M
Day and Night Trains make close connection?
ttAnguBta with Geurgla Railroad and Centra
Night Tram connects with Macon and Augusts
Columbia Night Train connects with Qreenvlllf
.nd Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Dav Pasxenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia and retorna on Mon?
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A. L. TYLER. vice-President.
8. B. PICKENS. G. T. A lani?
j^j* O T H E R S 1
For yonr Children, use none other than the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
lt contains no Anodyne. For sale by the
Manufacturer, DB. H. BAER.
Af* also to be had at all Drug stores.
51} ip? in g.
rjlHE PHILADELPHIA IRON UNE.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hunter,
GULF STREAM, Captain McCrery,
are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a flrst
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all pointa In the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal ctlea or the Northwe8t. boston.
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen
"?i- The VIRGINIA, 1100 bales capacity, ls ap?
pointed to sall Irom Brown's wharf on FRIDAY
MORNING, Octobtr 13th, at 10 o'clock A. M.
MW The GULF STREAM .will follow next week.
For particular! of Frehrht arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY. Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE k CO., Agents, No. 12 South Dela
ware Avenue. Philadelphia._octa-mtnth3
jp O B SE W_YORK.
NEW YORK AUlt CHARLESTON
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamship JAMES
ADO ER, T. J. Leeswood. Commander, will sall
from Adger's wiarf on TUESDAY, the loth inst.,
at 3 o'clock P. M.
tar Through Bus or Lading given on Cotton t<.
Liverpool, Bostor. Providence and tho New Eng
land mannfacturne: towns.
For Freight enfagements only, apply to
JAMES ADO ER A OC.
The MANHATTAN will follow on THURSDAY,
the 12th inst., at lo'clock P. M. oct7-3
JpOR BALTIMORE. %
FREIGHTS RECI1VED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERfOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine Steamaltp SEA GULL, Tufton, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on FRIDAY,
October 13th, at 4.10 o'clock P. M.
tr Pbiiadelphii Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad .'rom Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
pie time to 8ampli and sell their Goods from
th^Rallroad Depol In Philadelphia.
For Freight or Pissage apply to
PAUL U. TREN HOLM, Agent,
octa-5_No. 2 Union Wnarvei.
?pACLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPTS
THiOUQH LIM TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier "
No. 42, North River, foot of Cana_
street, NAW York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the litt
and soth of every month (except when thtse
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceo
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacific and Centrai American ports.
Departure of 15th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China. Bteamers leave San Fran
t-lsr>? nr?t of every month. iw*r?* when u ians on
Sunday; then on ta? day preceding.
No California steamers touch a; Havana, bot
go direct from New York to Asptnwau.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adul',
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on tte
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
The American Bark ST. PETER, Gage, J^M
Master, having a portion or her cargo en-SOt
g<-ged will be dispatched promptly.
For further engsg menta apply to
J. A. fcNSLOW A CO.,
sep30 No. 141 East Bay.
JpOR BEAUFORT, S. C.,
PACIFIC AND CHISOLM'S LANDINGS.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will receive Freight on WEDNES?
DAY, the nth Instant, at Accommo-,_
dation Wharf, and leave on THURSDAY
the 12 h Instant, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beaufort on FRIDAY
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
octlO-2_So. 177 East Bay.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. coxetter, ls now leady to re-_
celve Freight tor Fernandina, Jacksonville, PaUi
ka. and all Lindlngs on St. John's River, and will
rall on TUESDAY A FTERNOON, the loth mst., at half
past 3 o'clock. Freight re.elvel up to hall-past 2
o'clock on day or sailing.
For F.eight, Ac, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
RECEIVING FREIGHT THIS DAY.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C., SOUTH ISLAND,
KE1THF1ELD AND WAVERLY MILLS.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain 0. _ _^r*s?w
C. White, ls now receiving Frelzht ^?SaBC
at So = th Commercial Wharf, and will leave as
above on WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, October nth, at
7 o'clock. Returning will leave Georgetown pn
THURSDAY AFTERNOON, October 12th, at half-past
For engagements, apply on board or to
SHACK ELFORD A KELLY,.
oc'O 3 _Agents, southern Wharf.
jy^ONEY CANNOT BUT IT I
FOR SIGHT 18 PRICELESS!!
, The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
.rom minute Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
or their hardness and brilliancy.
The scientific principle on which they are con?
structed bungs the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly in front of the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as m the natural, nealthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensation?, such as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others In use.
They are mounted la the finest manner, In
frames of the best quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Their finish and durability can?
not be surpass ed.
CAUTION-None genome nnlesa bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
Dealer la Watches, Jewelry,
Sterling Silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street.
oct3i-stuthiyr Charleston, s. 0.
IS GOOD FOR
BURKS AND SCALDS,
SPRAINS AND BRUISE ?,
GALLS OF ALL KINDS,
SITFAST, RINO BONE,
BITES OF ANIMALS AND
TOOTHACHE, AC, Ac,
SCRATCHES, OR GREASE,
FOOT ROT IN >>HEBP,
ROUP IN POULRT,
LAUE BACK, AC, 4C.
Large Size, $1; Medium Size,
50 cts.; Small Size 25 cts.
From George H. Sheffield, P. M., East Gains,
Orleans county, New York, September 29,1868:
I am happy to say that one bottle of your GARG?
LING OIL has cured the Rheumatism in my right
arm, when nothing else would help me.
From Geo. R. Thralls, Warsaw, Ind.. November
When I was appclnted agent for the sale of
yonr GARGLING OIL, there was a large stock on
hand,bot lt ls now al. sold,and I thlnk'you had bet?
ter send me twelve dozen more, one half of which
for "Family Use." It ls regarded the best medi?
cine ever sold.
From D. 0. Robinson, Sarepta, Misa., February
Please aend another supply of your GARGLING
OIL; lt bas elven general satisfaction. It has
cured a case of Rheumatism of ten years* stand?
ing, and ls great for Burns. In fact, lt has been
successful in almost every case where lt has had
a fair tria'.
From Dr. R. F. Parsons, Brighton, Ind., Septem?
I keep a large stock of your GARGLING OIL on
hand, and nnd lt the best preparation In of the
Mod In use; and aell three tim. a as much of lt as
From L. Schlottman. Round Top, Fayette Coun?
ty. Texas, February IS, 1869:
I am now selling more of your GARGLING OIL
than any other Liniment-and all who have ustd
lt pronounce lt "the beat thing out."
R. D. Tailor, of Concord, Ky., says:
Theo ARGUS G 0 L cured a horse of his, Injured
whi.e ploughing, by attempting to step over a
stump, a'most severing the thigh from the body;
also, that he has used lt in his family for ofteen
vears, and ls the best remedy for cuts. Burns,
Bruises, Frost Bites, Strains, Rheumatism, Ac,
he ever used.
Extract of a letter from Dr. C. T. Murphy, dated
Mognolia, N. C.:
I have used your GARGLING OIL for several
years, and find lt superior to all other medicines
for the diseases and purposes for whLh lt ts re?
From Messrs. E. A H. Bell, Bellvine, Fillmore
County, Minn., September 28,18i8:
We will sell a great deal more of your GARG?
LING OIL at this point for the future, for the rea?
son that lt gives good tatlsfac?on to customers.
From Messrs. P. L. A E. W. Olds, Norwich vt.,
Allow us to say lu regard to your GARGLING
OIL, that we esteem lt the best Liniment we have
ever known. It gives universal satisfaction, and
we can testify to Us efficacy from our own expe?
Extract of a letter from Bethuel Farley, dated
Marlow, N. H.. Auguat 1,1856:
Your medicine givea aattsfaction to all who
have used lt, and takes the lead of any article of
the Liniment kind In use ta this vicinity.
Messrs. MC Lain a atoo., Wnoicsaie Druccl-t?.
Wheeling, Va, says, under date of July 2i, 1868:
That they cm safely recommend the GARGLING
OIL for more diseases than lt ls recommended for.
Extract of a letter from Hon. Nathan Lindsey,
county Judge of Shelby County, iowa, dated Har?
lan, April 13,1867 :
It ls decidedly preferred to any other Liniment
sold In thia section.
Extract of a letter from Thomas Sturterant,
dated Hillsboro', ill., May 13, 1867 :
Your GARGLING OIL ts spoken of by those who
have used lt as a first-rate article, and I thou ld
like to have you send me some more of it to sell.
Extract of a letter from Grlgsby A Strong, dat?
ed Trenton, Tenn., September 19.1867 :
You may state in Almanacs that, with an ex?
perience in the drug market of fifteen years, the
GARGLING OIL has not been excelled.
From Dr. T. W. Ellis, Troupeville, aa., January
If I Bhonld receive both boxes of the OARO
LING OIL, lt will not be too much, as I think I
could soon find sale for lt all, the Inquiry being
frequent since lt ls supposed that I have lt for
From Dr. Winiam S. McCall, Chamois, Mo., No?
vember 6, 1858 :
Yonr GARGLING OIL ls taklcg the shine off
from all the Liniments of the day. If you desired
them, I could procure dozens or certificates from
the beat citizens of the country.
Extract of a letter from Dr. E. L. Patte, dated
Ravenswood, t a?, January 27.1855 :
The GARGLING OIL la the only reliable em?
brocation in existence-so say the people. We
can tell more of that than of all the rest put
together. I can furn lah you with five hundred
ceri locates If you want
From the Louisville (Ky.) Dally Democrat, June
4, 1856 :
MERCHANT'S GARGLING OIL has become one
of the most popular Liniments for human flesh
that is now prepared, while for horses and cattle
lt has no equal In the world. We are assured by
those who have used lt for the plies-one of whom
ls a distinguished physician-that among all the
va-lous pile remedies, none afforded such Bpeedy
relief as the OARGLING OIL.
from Crump A Bros., Cochrane Landing, Ohio,
November 20, 1858 :
We are pleased wrh your medicine. It has
been the means of curing a great number of dif?
ferent diseases upon persons,as also upon horses.
We think lt cures aU you recommended lt to do.
We want you to send us the larger proportion of
the variety for "family uae," In small bottles.
TRY A BOTTLE.
The GARGLING OIL has been in nae aa a Lini?
ment for thirty-eight years. All we ask ls a
FAIR TRIAL, hut be sure and follow directions.
Ask your nearest druggist or dealer In patent
medicines for one of our Almanacs and Vade
Mecuma, and read what the people say about the
The GARGLING OIL ls lor sale by all respect?
able dealers throughout the United States and
Our testimonials date from 1833 to 1871, and are
unsolicited. Use the GARGLING OIL, and tell
your neighbors what good lt has done.
We deal fair and liberal with al!, and defy con?
MANUFACTURED AT LOCFPORT, N. Y.
GARGLING OIL COMPANY,
W. T. LINN, Agent,
LINN'S PILLS !
LINN'S PILLS I
THE BEST IN USE, LINN'S PILL'S I
TRY A BOX.
Sold by all Druggists.
CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION I
INCORPORATED BY ACT OF ASSEMBLY 1870'-71, AND APPROVED MARCH 6, 1871.
FIRST GRAND ?
?IIST?I_E NUMBER RAFFLl/
AND DISTRIBUTION OF
POUR HUMED AWARDS I\ ( MTED STATES GOLD BONDS
(NEW ISSUE) FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE SCHOOL FU?sTID,
WILL TAKE PLACE ON
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1871,
AT NO, 147 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA,
AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M., IN PUBLIC.
Full Certificate Shares $5, Halves $2 50, Quarters $1 26.
. TEN THOUSAND NUMBERS ONLY! ?
FOUR HUNDRED AWARDS
OF UNITED STATES OOLD BONDS. (NEW IabUE.) TO BE DISTRIBUTED IMMEDIATELY UPON
THE RAFFLE TAKING PLACE.
SCHEDULE OF AWARDS.
One Award of $10,000 In Gold Bonds, ls.f 10,000
1 do of $2.(0) la do la.$2,600
1 do er 2 000 in do ls.2,000
1 do of 1 ooo ta do ls. 1,000
1 do or coo In do ls. soo J
1 do cr 600 . In do ls. MO J
1 rio of 500 ta do ls. 4M#
1 do Of 260 in do 18. zW
1 do of 2S0 Di do is.SM
1 de of 260 in do ls.'. . 360 ,
1 do Of 260 in do 18. SM
1 dc of 200 in do ls. soo
1 do of 200 in do ls.,. 200
l do of 200 in do? ls...... ..i. SM
1 do of 200 in do 18.'.. SM
6 Awards or 100 in do are.*.?. 6M
10 do of 60 in do are. MO
20 Awards of one-naif each or one $60 Gold Bond, are.*..*.. too
60 Awards of one-fifth eich of one $100 Gold Bond, are.?. 1,000
1M Awards of one-tenth each of one $100 Gold B nd, are. 1,000
2M Awards of one-twentieth each of one Jico Gold Bond, are.%. 1,000
Four Hundred Awards to be Distributed in Gold Bonds.
IN CONFORMITY TO LAW.
EXPLANATION OF THE DISTRIBUTION.
Numbera from 1 to 10,000 (the seme numbers being on toe certificates) are printed on separate
slips or paper, wblch are each encircled in tubes, and are all placed in a Glass Raffle cylinder. The
foot hundred awards, in accordance with the Schedule above, are also printed on separate slips of
paper, and each ls encircled In a tube, and all are then placed in another Glass Cylinder called the
Award Cylinder. The Cylinders are both revolved, and a number la taken from the cylinder of
numbers by a boy blindfolded, and one or the awards is taken from the Award c> Under by a boy
likewise blindfolded, both of which are exhibited to the spectators, and such number will be entitled
to the award; and this operation will be repeated until 400numbera are taken from the Number
Cylinder and 400 Awards from the Award Cylinder to such numbers. r
The Commissioners wi:i enter down each number on their books aa taken from the Cylinder
numbers, and the awards to each aa taken from the Award_Cjlinder.
The Baffle will take place on the day and commence at the hour named; there will be no post?
ponement whatever, and all the awards must be distributed.
CERTIFICATES FOR SALE AT ALL THE AGENCIES OF THE ASSOCIATION.
For Orders, address the
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
No. 117 MEETING STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
J. P. HORBACH, GENERAL AGENT.
COMMISSIONERS.FENN PECK ?ad JAMES GILLILABTO.
REAL ESTATE AND U. S. GOLD BONDS
Will positively be Distributed by RAFFLE on i_ie22d day or November, 1871, In public, n the Oily of
Charleston, at io o'clock A. M., by the
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
FREE S OHO O L FTJJXjy,
CHARTERED BY THE LEGISLATURE OF SOUTH CAROLINA AT ITS LAST SESSION
AND APPROVED MARCH 8, 1871. ^
ONLY FIVE DOLLARS PER SHARE !
THE RAFFLE WILL POSITIVELY TAKE PLACE ON WEDNESDAY, THE Mo DAY OP
NOVEMBER, 1971, IN PUBLIC, IN THE CITY OF CHARLESTON, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.
All the Property. Real and Personal, mentioned below must be Distributed in the Award, and a
valid deed or each piece or Real Estate, free from all incumbrances given. The Personal Property, and
United States Gold Bonds, will be delivered Immediately after the Raffle. Each and every certificate
has Three separate and dlstluct Numbers in figures, and the words of each ligare written thereon,
and are all combined with each other from Noa. 1 to 78 promiscuously. All the Certificates ol Shares
Issued by the company, with their numbers, are registered in their books.
SCHEDULE OF AWARDS,
That Certificate or Share having on lt the 1st, 2d and 3d numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to the award or that first-class Three-story Warehouse, situate on
Meeting street, No. 147, Charleston, S. C., (opposite the Charleston Hotel,) being 88 iee:
front, by about 240 feet deep, free from all Incumbrances, and valued at.?35,000
That Certificate or Share having cn lt the 4th, 6tb and 6th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to the award of that llrat class Three-story Warehouse, No. 146 Meeting
street, Charleston, S. C., free from ah Incumbrances, veined at..830,ooo
That Certificate or Share having on lt the 7th, 8th and 0th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to the award of that first-class Three-story Warehouse, No. 143 Meeting
street, Charleston, S. C., free from all incumbrances, valued at.$37,500
That Certificate of Share having on lt the loth, nth and 12th numbers obtained on the Baffle
will be entitled to the award of that Three-story Warehouse, No. 141 Meeting street,
Charleston. S. C.. free from incumbrances. valued at.'..995,000
The above Four Warehouses are opposite the Charleston Hotel, and are the most Valuable
Property in Charleston. \
That certificate of Share having on lt the 2d, 3d and 4th numbers obtained on the Raffle ?
will be entitled to an award of that Fine Piece of Property, situate on Broad street,
Charleston, S. C., and known as the "Mansion House," free from all incumbrances,
valued at.:.f 90,000
That Certificate or Share having on lt the 3d, 4th and 6th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to an award or that Fine Two-story Dwelling, situate on Oadsden and
Lumber street, Columbia, S. C., with all the outbuildings and improvements, with
about hair aa acre or ground thereto, valued at. . ...110,000
That Certificate of Share having on it the6tb, 6th and 7th numbers obtained on the Raffle
will be entitled to an award or that Fine Cotton Plantation, containing about 1600 acres,
one-third cleared, and heavily timbered, situate In the County of Darlington, 8. C., on
the Great Peedee River, free from incumbrances. valued at.$10,000
That Certificate of Share having on lt the 6th, 7th and 8th numbera obtained on the Raffle
win be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds (new issue) of the value of.$3,?0O
That Certificate of Share having on lt the 8th, 9th and loth numbers obtained on the Baffle
will be entitled to an award of Unite 1 states Gold Bonds (new issue) or the value of.$3,000
That Certificate of Share having on lt the 9th, 10th and 11th numbers obtained on the Raffle
win be entitled to an awa-d of United States Gold Bonds of the value of..$1,000
Those 40 Certificates of Shares having on them the following numbers obtained on the Raffle:
2d 3d 6th 3d 4th 6tli 41 lt 6th 7th 5th 6th 9th 6th 7th 12th 9th 10th 12th
2d 3d 7th 3d 4th 7thUth 6th 8th 6th 6th loth 7th 8tb 10th tat sd 4th
2d 3d 8th 3d 4th 6th 41ti 6th 9:h 6th 6th lltb 7th 8th 11th 1st 4th 6th
2d 3d 9th 3d 4th 9tb|4th 6th loth otu eth 12th 7th 8th 121)11st 6th 6th
2d 3d loth 3d 4th iOth Uh 6'h nth 6th 7th 9th 8th 9th llth ls: 6th 7th
2d 3d llth 3d 4th llth 4th 6th 12th 6th 7th 10th stu. 0th 12tb Ut 7tr- 8th
2d Sd 12th 3d 4th l2th|?tt eth sib 6th 7th lltb
Will each be entitled to 30 award in United states Gold Bonds of the value of.1500
Those 40 Certificates of Sha.es having on them the following numbers obtained on the Raffle:
1st 8th 9th:2d 9th io:ti 3d nth 12th 5th 8th 9th 7th 9th 10th
1st 9th loth -id loth nth Ith eth 71b 3th 9th loth uti loth llth
1st 10th llth 2d nth 12tb 4tb 7th stn ?th 10th lltb 7th llth 12th
1st nth 12th 3d 6th eth 4th 8th 9th 5th nth nth st h loth llth
2d 4th 6th 3d 6th 7Ct; 4th 9th loth 6th 8th 9th itu llth ? 12th
2d 6th eth 3d 7th 8th 4th loth nih 6th 9th loth eth nth 13th
2d 6th 7th 3d 8th ?th.itn nth 13th 8th 10th nth ist 3d 6th
3d 7th 8th 3d 9th Ntb|5th 7th 8tb|etb nth 13th 1st sd 6th
Will each be entitled to an award of United States Gold Bonds of the value of..$350
All the other Certificates of Shares having on them any three numbers obtained on the Raffle, .
and cot designated as any or the above Certificates are, wlUeach be entitled to an award ox
United States Bonds or the vslue of.....$50
Awards win be made only to such certificates of Shares as have three numbera on then?, M ob?
tained on the Raffle. _. _
To Buch as desire to take Shares In thia Great Raffle and Distribution of Real and Peraonal Property,
the D?ectora will afford every fad lty and satisfaction, and perfect falrne-s will be exercised
throughout, and many persons may trace their future prospects in business and station la society to
a fortunate Share heri-ln. .. _
Orders, with the money for Certificates, may be sent by Express, or Registered Letters, or Postofflot
Orders, at the risk of the Association. Persons sending orders will be particular to give their names,
places of residence. County and State, which will oe entered in the Books of the Company, and im
mediately upon the Raffle taking place, the Official Raffled Numbers wm be forwarded to each
*THKPRAFFLE WILL POSITIVELT TAKE PLACE ON THE DAT NAMED, and every Award Of the
Property and Gold Bonds MUST be made to the Holders of the Certificates. '
j?-Address all orders to the 'w
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION,
ISo. 147 MEETING STREET, CHLART^ESXOIV, 8 Cm