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GiBGKNTi, SICILY-Per Br bars Maggie-625
tons sulpnar. To C 0 Coe, Supt.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-569
bales upland and 9 bags sea island cotton, 69
Jcs rice, 174 bbls rosin, 69 bales yarn and flomes
Ics. 83 packages sundries, 140 empty Darrels, 1120
packages green peas. , .
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland.-370 tea
rice, 372 bales upland cotton, 33 bales domestics,
3 hhds and 10 bales hides. 377 crates vegetables,
70 bags dried irutt, 15 bbls rosin, 15 packagesBun
Tlie Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
. 0FHC2 CHARLESTON NEWS, (
SATURDAY EVEKING, April 1, 187LI
COTTON.-This article was .dull ' and depressed,
with a softening tendency in prices, and a light
demand; sales about 300 bales, say 5 at 9,15at
10X, 22 at 11X, 29 at 11X, 72 at 12, 39 at 12#, 50
at 13,14 at i3>i, 12 at 14,18 at lix, 5 at MX. 7 at
14)-', 4 at 14\. we quote: . .
Ordinary to good ordinary..1IX?12X
Low middling.18X@- - -
' RICK.-Prices were of a steady character, with
a fair inquiry: sales loo tierces of clean Carolina,
say 35 tierces at 7X? 65 at 8X0 ft rb. We quote
-common to fair at tX?"X; good 7X@SXc fl rs.
NATAL STORKS.-These articles were quiet, and
no sales of Importance took place.
FREIGHT a.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands; via New York, ;?'d on up?
lands, ld@ixd on sea islands ; by san,
7-16d on uplands, \'d.\on sea island?. To
Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New fork. 1
. hy steam, xe on uplands and Xe on sei
Islands; $125 ft tierce on rice; by sail, Xe ?> rb ot
cot ton ;-ft tierce on rice: 40c ft barrel on rosin :
$:?5 ft Mon lumber; $9@i0ft M on timber. Ti
Boston, by sail, xe fi fi? on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sail $s fi'M on boards, .sc
fi B on cotton; by steam $1 ft. bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Xe ft lb
tm uplands; by sall, $7 ft M on boards; $9 on
timber; $3 fi ton on clay, aad $3@3 50 on phos?
phates.' To Baltimore, by steam, xe ft n> by
sall, $6 50@7 ft M on boards; $8@3 25 ft ton ct
phosphate rock. Vessels; are in demand .-by
our merchants to take lumber freights ftcm
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and SatiUa Uiver, Gu
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern r?ort?, and $10
@12 ft M are the rates on lumber and boards.
: B?CHANOS.-sterling co day bJJs 20@20>?. ?
. DOMESTIC EXOHANQE. - The 'casks purcuaie
sight checks at x ou* to par, and sell at x pre?
mium. -V??- '
GOLD-log ll. i
. f.- ?
Marketa by Telegraph.
"LONDON, April 1-Noon.-Consols 92X- Ameri?
can securities quiet " Bonds, 1862, 92X
Evening.-Consols closed at 92X- American
Securities quiet and steady. Bonds 92>r.
' NEW TOBI, AprD. 1-Noon.-Stocks steady and
quiet Money easy at 4. Gold steady at 1 ox. Ex
. change, long 9X; short lOX
Afteriioon- Monev active at oac on call. Ex?
change dulL Gol i lox? Governments dun but
prices firm Sixty-twos 12J? State securities,
generally very dull. Tenneasees and Virginias
very strong and active. New South Carolinas j
had a slight reaction to-day. and s?ld up to 61.
Tennessees 66X; new 65X- Virgin! s 73; new 73.
Louisianas 68; new 62; levee sixes 72; eights 84.
Alabama elgtrts 102; fives 68. Georgia sixes Si;
sevens MX- North Carolinas 46)? ; new 23; South
Carolinas T3;new 81.
Evening.-Sixty-?onrs 12X: sixty-fives l2Xt
new UX; sixty-sevens lix; sixty-eights 11?; ten
. ttrtlea ios*. .' . ? ?
- NEW ORLEANS,April L-Sterling nominally 21X
New York Bigot X premium. Goldl0X>
COTTON HARKET1. ' '
LIVERPOOL, April. 1.-Noon.-Cotton dull; up?
lands 7Xd; Orleans 7X; tales estimated at 10,000
Evening.-Cotton closed raster; uplands 7Xa :
7Xd; Orleans 7Xa?Xd; sales. 10.coo bales, includ?
ing 2000 for expon and speculation.
_NEW YORK, April 1.-Noca.-Cotton quiet; mid
diing-apianda l&xc; Orleans is J-JC; sales 1000 j
bales. ' '" ."
Evening.-Cotton doll and heavy; sale3l43l at
MMe - n - < 1
BALTIMORE, April 1_Cotton .quietand ilrjn*
mlddhng 14Xal4Xc: net receipts loo, gross 118;
exporta to Great Britain 135: sales S03; stock
AUGUSTA, April 1.-Cotton ruled very dull thc
entire dav with fnil styled Liverpool middling
13XO and New York middling 13Xal3Xc; sales
226; receipts 178.
Nsw ORLEANS, April J.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dling 14Xc; net receipts 2567 bales; gross receipts
2677; exports to Great Britain 3461; to Havre 5512;
to Bremen 1022; io Antwerp 1300; to Amsterdam
?77; coastwise 2772;sales 4300; stock 241.424.
fgBosToN, April L-cotton-middling )$Xc; net
receipts 210 bale?; gross' receipts 715; sales 200;
GALVESTON, April l.-Cotton dull; goor ordinary
12c; net receipts 1874 bales: exports to Great
Britain 140 - ; sales 1 50; stock 58,874.
MOBILE, April l.-Colton dull; middlings 14xe:
net rea lpn 6S1 bales; exi.orts'to Great Britain
1450; coas: wise156; sales 800; stock 57,285.
NORFOLK, Anil 1.-Cotton dull; low mlddl'.np
13c; net rect-ip's 848 bales; exports coas: w.se 2?4;
sales 50: stock 5825. . '
WILMINGTON April 1.-Cotton quiet and weak:
middling-14c; net receipts 53 bales; stock 2810.
SAVANNAH, April l.-Cotton in good demand ;
middling 14c; net receipts 1135 bales; exports to
Great Britain 3971; sales 1600; stock 60,098.
PROVISIONS A NB PRODUCE MARKETS.
NEW YOKE, April 1-Noon.-Flour quiet and un?
changed. Wheat firm. Corn quiet and steady.
Pork steady at $21 25. L?i d qntet at 12Xal2)4c.
Turpentine quiet at 50);c. Bu.-lu dull at $2 70 for
strained. Freights steady. ,
Evening.-Floor quiet but steady, at $6 9oa7 50
for common to fair extra Southern. Wheat firmer;
tprlug $1 5Sai 61; new-spring $1 67al69. Corn
firmer at 82a84c for new mixed Western, chiefly
at 83>ic Pork heavy at $2la21 25 for new mess.
Bee> quiet. Lard uncharged at HXal2Xc;steam
12al2Xc Groceries dull. Naval stores quiet.
Freights quiet hut firm.
CINCINNATI, April .-Messpork-demand light,
and holders Hi m at $20 50. . Lara-full prices ask?
ed, but no demand. Bulk menu; Hull bm un ch a air?
ed. Bacon In only limited Jobbing demand;
shoulders l7Xal7Xc; clear iib 10c; clear He.
Nsw OKLKJNS. *prll 1-(.lats easier at 62a65c
Bay ea-tei ; prime $2:-;; choice ts. Bacon dui at
8X? 10Xall3?c Fluor, torn. brun, pork, coffee,
ail unchanged. The stock ot coffee ou haud ls
New Torin Hay Market.
Fro:-, the Dally Bulletin, March 81: Receipts
to-day 1350 ba ca. l here ls a fair demand, bnt
$1 20 is now obtat' as e onlr lor compressed lota
1 he sales are 200 biles for Havana; 15o for Charles.
tonrSOforS*. Augustine. Fla, nnd 15 ror R* leish,
all at $) 15; 20 bales compressed for New bern and
60 for Jacksonville at $1 20. Retail is firm. Straw
lain Email supply, and firm in price.
Interior Cotton Markets.
UNION. March 30.-leo bales sold during the
week. M irket opened on Monday at 12c; closed
dhu to-day at i2Xc
. ORANGEBURG. March 31.-Sales during the
week 105 bale-*. We quote ordinary 10c; low mid
dlln'g.ll'kC; middling J^Mo.
CHARLOTTE. March 30.-Sales to-day 33 bales;
middling 12Xc; market quiet.
ATLANTA, April L-Light offlerlnss. and lit?
tle Change in pnces. Market quiet. Middlings
13X; low middlings 12X, gcod ordinary llXi or?
dinary lox, inferior 7a?.
COLUMBUS, March 31.-The market Friday was
doll afternoon, dispatches quoting New York and
Liverpool quiet and weak; sales 125 bales; good
middling 23>ic;mbngquotations as fellows: In
. ferlor 6uSc; ordiuaiy lOallXc: good ordinary
ll>ial2c;low miotJitj.g ?-.'Xal?Xc; middling 13c
Sales of the week 1284 bales-393 on European
order, soo Nonheru s cam nt, 430 for Northern
spinners, lil for heme consumption. Week's re
ceipiB see bales, against 461 the previous one, and
661 the conespondl?g week la?t season. 6hip
mems 1005 bales.
Stock on hand September 1,1870.... 1,572
Received past week.860
Received previously.6* 718-69,578
Shipped past week. L605
Shipped previously. 01,974-63.579
Stock March 31,1S71.'.. 7,571
On the week thc stock has decreased 745 bales.
New Tork Rice .Market.
From the Daliy Bulletin, Mirth 30: The general
call Is moderate an<i mainly in a jobbing way,
but the offerings continue small, with prices
steady and uniform. Sales of a few tierces Caro?
lina at 8XC, and 200 und soo baga Rangoon at "X
a"Xe currency, duty paid, and sXcgold. In bond.
From the Journal of Commerce: There 1Bnu
v.uch doing. The demand is lieht, but there ls
not much stock on ha::*d and holders are indiffer?
ent. Wi- quot' Carolina a: 8-iSXc, and Rangoon,
duty paid, at 7a7Xc, currency.
From the Daily Bulletin. March 31 : The demand
for lice, inajobbiiig way. has been fair, without
any decid? d change In values, though on foreig?.
the toi.e appears a infle unsettled. Sales of 200
bags Rangoon at 7a7>4'<-, and tmall lots Carolina
From the Times. March 31 : The demand for
r-ce has been conf?n- d io y \, loss, which have
Jtjceu quoted finn. Carolina $8a8 87X; Rangoon
$7a7 37>?, currency, tree; do $3 3743 ?0, gold, la
bond, * 100 lbs. Stock of Rangoon In first bands
this mornlng,4000 baga.
.From the Herald, March 31 : Rico was fairly
active at pr?viens prices. The sales were 450 bags
Rangoon, In lota, at 7a7,^'c*$ lt. The transac?
tions in Carolina were inconsiderable. A few
trifling lots were sold at 8,vas;?c V lb.
BOSTON, March 29.-COFFEE -The movements
in coffee havet>een unimportant, and the tone or
the market ls comparatively quiet Sales or eioo
pockets Singapore Java at nj;c, gold; Java, lp
lots, at l9Xa23c, gold, and Rio at 14Xal5o per
pound, gold. St. Domingo ls quiet, and prices
are nominally loc per pound, gold, in bond.
COTTON.-The receipts of cotton show a deckled
falling off at Southern ports this week, and, as
advices rrora abroad are considered on the whole
rather favorable, prices have been very well sus?
tained. There is, however, very little demand
from ?manufacturers, wno ? are purehasTngpnlyln
lots as wanted, and there appears to be very little
confidence lo a blgber range of prices. The sales
have been at ll>ial2c for ordinary; l2Xal3c. for
good ordinary; 14al4*?c for low middling, and
la.'?a?&c for middling, including uplands and
gulf. The better qualities continue comparative
ly sc & rec?
D0MBSTIC3.-There ls no Improvement ta notice
In theHry goods trade. With commission houses
the business has been light, but Jobbers are offer?
ing goods at low prices, and there Is a fair busi?
ness doing. Standard cottons have been selling
at lower figures, and tor prints lower prices have
been taken, but the tone of the market remains
pretty much the same as last week for other
good? "Woollens are held-firm,-but there ls no
great life to trade. The . raw. material'has ad?
vanced so much recentlv, manufacturers are
again complaining of unremunerative prices.
Stocks of desirable goods are but moderate, and,
with an increased demand, higher prices aro look?
GUNNY BIOS.-The marker, is quite dull for gun?
ny bags, and prices are nominally. I5j?al6c, cur?
rency, ii r* 'J f ' "? ? , ,
GUNNY CLOTH-.-The market for gunny cloth is
quite firm with a fair demand. The sales have
been 400 rolls at 20c, and for iuture delivery 20>ia
2lc per yard. Calcutta c.ot:i is firm atl9al9>ic
NAVAL STORES.-Spirits turpentine has eased off
to ?QU?D.^C per gallon, with .a fair demand, "Tar
was doll early In the week, but within'a few-days
a considerable advarfce has taken place. Sales of
lobo bbl3 to arrive at about $3, and now firm at
$8 25i3 50 per bbl. Rosin ls held arru, with sales
of loo i 'bi -t pale at $0 per bbl. in pitch, eales at
$3 20 per bbl.
RICE.-There have been sales or loo casks Caro?
lina at 9a9&c p;r lb, as to quality, lor good and
prime. eft ^. [ 3flMl| -
ttc??'i>t?'S>y 'aallrWStif?* April 1.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
SOS bales cotton, 47 bales goods. To Railroad
Agent, Peizer, Rodgers A co, G H Waiter A- co, W
C Court tey A co, \V C Bee A- co. G W Williams
A co, G Foll?n,W Roach ft co, Caldwell A Son, L D
DeSaussure, Baeden A Parker, L D Mowiy A -Son,
frost A Alger,-A B-Moflu;8B,.A.J SelrB^S.^hprs
loni WIinef, w-B Sniliifco, GeoATrcnnofra A
Son. Clagtiorn, Herring A .co, >loan ? Selgnious.
Ill bales upland cotrou, 1S8 unis naval stores,
cars lumber and woo<t, peas, rice, cotton seed,
mdse, Ac. To Geo W Williams & co, W K Ryan,
Frost a AUc?. r, A J Saiiuas, Seizer, Kodgera i.
CQ-I Hedger A ta Smith ft, On apean. X f Suttlt
W Ciobbrfney A co -CHaigtiorn.T Herring A i.s. G A
Trenh'.i:m & Son. Pringle ft Son, Kinsman A How?
ell. Barden & Parker. J Marshall. Jr. S 1> Stoney,
ll' waid A Bro. DCEtiaugli, lt Thomlinson k co,
EWe Ung. G Foll?n, W a hwiery, JC il Ciaussen,
C Canty, W Lebby, Railroad Agent, and Order, i
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
*J bales cotton, 195 sacks guuuo, rough rice,
mdse, Ac To w PDowling A co. 1 Psimith, c
Green, FDC Kracke, G W Witte, M S 'ihorausen,
L McLean, H Monsecs.
}? O C P*T?^ker?^r- 3 P)
Per steamship Manhattan. Tor New York
H T Dalaud. C Whitney. Mrs il L Roland. Miss J
Mikell. Juo H Moore, wire and child, T Kelly. Mrs
Burnham and servant. Mrs King, Mrs Leckie. KY
Cushman. J T Cushman. 0.1 Cushman, T H Cush?
man. Mrs S A Massel, A Gibson, 1) O'Neill, J W
Badger, A Qulgley, C Houseman. W Gui her, wife
and three cnildreii, J Gleason. K Clark, T Travers.
T Debaney.-?-G- Warner ano wife. J A Romer.'R
Laughlin, E Martin, G iiauo?ck, S S Bounty, wire
and child, J E Huntoou and wile.
Per ste unship Georgia, rrom New York-W H
Sharp, M_ss ?harp. u V, Ueuraef, wife mid ser?
vant. S S catlin sc. l> D, Amanda Klop, Augistu
Bothe, Il Fre-e, WE Owens and wife, E L Bray,
> J Colgate, E A Lengnlek, Mrs Dr Littlejohn, M
Hewson, Miss J Littlejohn, Rev F E Vas<ar, Mrs
arkeii, C Macken, Jr, P Fralcy, Mrs Holt, and A
Per steamship Hinckley, from Philadelphia
J Jeffrson, J D Wescutt, C Kaia.
Fiill Mcon, 5th, 9 boars, 3 minutes, moraine.
LH-.? tJuarter. IStb, o Lours. 31 minutes, morning.
NJ? 3oon;i9th lhour. 43 minutes, evening.
Fii'^i -.Marter. ?7ih. 6 hours. IS inmutes, evecinir.
'.. ? S.IWATSJt
?..'. 2 I 8..5C
10-V.?2 9.. 41
ll..21 I 10..35
M A HINE ,V?H S.
o?JriiEEsrcns, s. c.. APRIL 3; 187L
Lat 32 deg 40 mia 33 sec. ; Lo j g 73dug?7 nun 27 sec.
Br bark Maggie, Holman, Glrgeuri. Sicily-CG
days. Sulphur. To C C Coe. Experienced heavy
westerly gales off the American coast.
Sehr J E Dalley, Wall, Baltimore-10 days.. \1M
ta&n>.ttf.illW AEnsiew'A eo. Mordecai-A?ed, ff
J Kerr A co, Laurey A Alexuuder.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 137 tierces rice.
To G li J ii graham A Sou.
V s.. A(CK1V1?D." tJ?t?TEKDAY..' . rft
Steamship Georgia, Crowell. New York-left -
mst. Mdse. To Wagner, riuger ft co, W A Courte?
nay. Mt4irA Asme u, ii A! Am me. J Apple, Rev FW
Eewhr.if E Adger & co.'JTy?lReiirAdams, Damon
A co, J Archer, T M Bristoll A co, C Bart A co. H
Bischoff A co. C D Brahe A co. E Bates A co, M J
McGuth, L Taylor,-ilsluier A Yalli, S A- S Ruifja
mlhO?ttcsf & HennanrrTJJ?re!n A- co.' ff Water.
house. Bollinann Bros, E E Bedford, E F Brown,
Boluest A Martin, Mrs M J Booth J H Br?ning &
co, E R CM wperth wait, G S Cook, L Oliapin, Elias
Bros, J Cohen, L Cullen A co. Crane, Boy Mon A
co, w c Courtney, Jno Commins, J B Palmer, J B
Duval A Son, J U Dawsoe, Du wie. Moise A Davis,
D Foley, D F Fleming A co, 1 L Falk 4 co, Jno S
Fal riv * co.Forsythe.' Mccomb A co. W Fefrren
bach, Furchgott. Benedict ?c . o, B FeldmaunA
co. L Gamine. U Gerdts A co. Goodrich,.tVlnemari
A co. Hart A eo, Mis M Garfuukle N A Hunt. T M
Horsey ?St Bro J Hui k .mp A oo, ll L Dari, Jancr
Bros. 1 llyma? A co. Wright A collins. Jewell' A
Bros, A Johnson, E H Jackson, Johnston, Crews A
co, T Kell., J P Kelp. Kilnck. Wlekenberg k co, C
Kerrie u. J Lopez, Laim y A Alexander, John G
Milunr k co, C A Le..giiic?. Lcsesne .tc Wells, P U
Ladlee A co. j ii Lawton A to, w A Mertens, P F
Murray. M Marks, Menke A Muller, S K Marshall,
Marsha 1 k Bulge. Mc Loy k Rice. J .Marshall, Jr,
W Mstthleseen, Man.toue & co, Melcher A- Muller.
CL Mccleuahan, M H Nallian. Kachuiaun & co, F
L O'Neill. J F O'Neill. Ed lVrry, C P P.-ppenheim.
Peizer, Rodgers A co. I? Paul .t co, Qulnby k co,
D Lewis. J Red, K B St?Mldard k co, huVeliOl * co,
J Shaw. A it Stuluiau, Meui ns, Wei uer A Ducker,
Sell A Foster, A Secke:.Ji>i?r, .>ti>ll. Webb A co. J
F Tav lor A co. Steele A Wardell. Tierjen A Snder,
RThotuItnsou A co, P P Toole, w Vicce. W liner
hurdt. F vou sauten, O F Wielen, J Wirtli, W H
Weeli, walker. Evans x Cogswell, Mrs .-. Watts,
O-w w U.K.?ns A co. W J Yates. West k Hunt S H
Wilson A Bio. H Young. Mrs M J Zernow, Agent
Florida Meamers, S C Kalin a i eo, N E Railroad
co, aud others.
Steamt hip Fall River, Hinckley, Philadelphia
left autli instant. Mdse. To W A Courtenay, H
Bischoff ? co, Railroad Agents. Hobbes's Book
Store. Fosart le's Book Store. MtsTanlunsou, Ed
Perry, c Uaneock, C King, T J Kerr A co.'Knobe
loch A Small. H Gerdts A co. C A Chlsolm, J B Du?
val A 5?CD, W L Jurs, Dowie. Moise A Davis. H H
Baden hop, C Michael, Steffens, Weruer A Ducker,
H F bilker A co, PSF Schult. E Duly, R Tflomlln
son k CO, J li Steele, Ravenel A co. J H Lopez, J P
Browu. Cameron, Barkley & co, A R Lewith, J H
V?llers, u F Gregory, Mantoue Ac, Elias Bros,
Byrne ft Fogarty, ucl) coben. Holmes. Calder A
co, Jeffoid? ft co, S H Wilson A Bro, Macqueen A
Blecke, ii O'Neill, D F Gleason, J Shaw, p Walsh,
J Archer, Furcluott Benedict & co. P P Toaie, R
D Lorenz, J R Robinson, Order, Kinsman Bros, p
Schuciiman. Hart A co, Paul, Welch A Brandes, o
F Wieters, WS Blsaell, Waiker, Evuusft Cogswell,
W M Bird A co, G J Luhn, T F Cliupeln, W A Mer?
tens, R H McDowel', H l i?rent hal, T M Cater, C B
Slr wald, A W Eckel, E E Bedford. M O'Brien, Dr
H Baer, F Ajseil, R tVblie, c u Franke, UGA co,
Steamer Panther, Mills, Savannah. Ballast To
WR.auh A co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger & co.
Steamship Maryland. Johnson, Baltimore
P C Trenholm.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull. New York.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore.
Br bark Hipparchus, Calhoun, Liverpool.
Brig Mary E Rowland, Rowland, New Orleans.
behr Lilly, Hughes. New York.
Sehr John sluBman, Adams, New Haven.
Sehr Emma D Finney, McQuillen, Georgetown,
Sehr Mary Ella Thomas, Georgetown, S C.
FROM THIS PORT.
Br bark Rio de ia Plata, -, at ihe Texel,
Sehr Benjamin Gartslde, Sanford, Jacksonville,
March 30. 1
Schr??ancy Smith, Bond, Gibraltar, March 5.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Slam, Ackerly, at Wilmington, N C, 3lst
LIVERPOOL, March 14_The Yo m ii ri. Campbell,
arrived from Charleston, 8 C, had strong westerly
wiods all the passage. March 4, lat 45 N, lon 41 w,
the ship running heavy and a fearfnl sea on, 'a
heavy Bea broke on board and swept overboard
Jane's Qnlgley, aged 26, a native of Liverpool,
who was drowned. John Mcphail was also swept
over, but raoght In the nlain rigging, and was
8 UV Gt?
The bark Kilvey, Kennard, cleared at Beaufort,
S C, March 24. for Swansea, Eng, with 450 tons
LIST OF VE88EL9"
rr, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TDIS roar.
Bark Annie Kimball, Simson, cleared.Jan 20
Til e? Oscar, Peterson, sailed..Feb 5
Br brig Sir Robt McClure, Grlfflths, sid.Feb
The Jean Vivian, Brewer, sailed.Jan 26
Steamship Leopard, Hughes, np.March 20
Br ahm Remington, Fowler, cleared.March 24
Brig Waltham, Haskell, np....*..March 23
Brig Black Swan, Podger, cleared.March 28
behr Maryland, Green, up.M3rch 21
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, cid....Marsh 27
Schr-A O Graue, UUcbrtet, up..March 20
Sehr Cyrus Fossett, Harding, np..March 27
Sehr A H Cain, Simpson, cleared... ...March 26
Sehr Annie Magee, Yoong, up............ March 28
Sehr Chas Comcry. Pink ham, cleared.. ..March 20
Sehr ocean Traveller, Adams, cleared. ..March 24
Scar J S De Un kr, Grace, cleared.March 29
. BELFAST, ME.
Brig Chas Wesley, Griffin, sailed.Feb 17
Sehr Edwin, Dayton, cleared.March 23 ?
Sehr W H McComerv..-, cleared... .March 24
Sehr Slam, Ackerl?,cleared...-. ."fc"..March 30"
"Ci O R I JJ I 0"'I ? .
ON THURSDAY, APRIL -6T3? AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. ll.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED ?670.
, ST.VrK-KOO.tlS ALI? CV JJKCK.
The Splendid New Iron Sfle Wheel Steamship
(BORGIA. Crowell,- CmanJauder,, xiii sail, for
New- ront'on 1"HcrRSi>*Y. April e. af 3 o'clock P.
M., from- Pier No< 2V Onion wnarvas._*.
J .Tho flue new Bou 'Steamship SOOTH CARO?
LINA will follow on THURSDAY. April 13.
Through. Binshof laming <$rlven\ oivCoiton io
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the Kew Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
ket rates. .<.-.-,; .
InsuranceT?- steamers of tMsXine per cent.
For Freigut Engagements or Passage, havinc
very flue state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, I1CGER k CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
! ?.D IAS & .YKW YORK irVD Cl rA HI JE Sr
ESTABLISHED 1S4 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOM?
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Line will leave Ailger'a Wharf as
JAMES ADOER, TUESDAY, April 4th, at 5 o'clock
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, April 8th, at 6 o'clock
P. M. -*
?3-1 ri su ran vc )? percent, by this Line.
a^ Ttinmtfi-Bilis ?f Lad inc-given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Belton.'Protideuee-.and -the New>Eng
innrT-mauufaoiurmg aowus-at the lowest "marke;
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply tc
mar29_JAMES AMPER k cu.
' NECTlNCx W lT3f El RST . C &ASS ST BA M LINKS
AT PHILADELPHIA FUR BOSTON AND
The Fast Iron Screw Steamship
.? i \ j .H?NCgL?Tr SCommhndpr, 1 ?
Will be' dtortctiid foVV!<i!ade?phi?*on
THURSDAY; 6th Aprlf, at 5 rfeiwR P,
M.. from Brown's North Wharf.
4&*Througli Bills Lading issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, Ac, tj the New England cities,
and Spirits Turpem I ne. as agreed.
??Tue Steamers of this line will take Lumber
tOjWiilailelphJa on accommodating terms.
. For -Freigut engagements np JIV ta
. WM. A. C?URTENAT.
npr3-mwt)i3 _No. 1 Union Wharf.
jpAClFiO 1LUL STEAMSHIP CO.MP?'b
"* THRO TG H LINE Tb
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARMS GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc above linc leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot of Canal!_
street. New York, at I20'cici-K noon,, oj ih>- 16th
and 35ili of every mouth (except whim I'UI?N
dates fall on Sunday, then the saturday precut
All departure s connect at Panania-wm r.ter.m
er* for South Pachte and cent ral American nous.
Departure of loth touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For J?pau and China, Steamers leave tau Fran
eiwco first of every mon'h, except when it fails on
Sunday; then on Hie day preceding.
No Caiifonila steamers loucn at nnvana, bu
..o direct from New Yon; tu Aspihwull.
tine hundred pounds baggage 'reeiut-ach adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage lickets or oilier information apr ..
ut the COMPANY'S TICKET Ol'Fl eli, ou rn
wliarf foot of Canal street. North Uiver. Ne?
\ erk. F. R. BABY. Agent.
?pOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON TUE
The steamer MARION, Captain W. , \T.rrca?^
F. Adair, is now receiving Freight?si^jiGSZ
Accommodation Wharf, ami will leave ou Mus
DAY NIGHT. Hie 3d Instant.
For Freight engagements, applr to
RAVENEL. HOLMES k CO.,
aprl-2_No. 177 East Bar.
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer DICTA- " *4JT*w
TOR, Captain L. M. Coxcitcr. will^gHgr
leave Southern Wharf ou TUESDAY EVEM.SO, apTu
4, 1871, at 8.30 o'clock, for the above place.
The Splendid Steamer CITY POINT, Captain
D. B. viqcent. win leave Southern Wiiarrror the
above place, on FRIDAY EVENING. April 7. 1671,
at 8.30 O'clock. RAVENEL & CO..
aprl Agents. .
On and after THURSDAY, Aprli?ih, _ .-Jp***
tli e.steam er ST. HELENA. Cn pi ?tu i>.??s?wHB??
Sinclair, Jr.. will leave as above, everv uiicruoou,
at half-past S o'clock, from Market Wharf, leaving
SuLivan's Islaud, on retitru, at a quarter-past 6
I o'clock. Fare for round trip, 25 cents.
ma)3Q_JjH. MURRAY, Agent.
HANGE OF SCHEDULE.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
On and after THURSDAY, April
otb, the following schedule will be,
Leave City at 6.30 and 10 A. M., 8 and 5.30 P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 A. M., 12M., 4.15 and
6.80 P. M.
Leave Sullivan's Island at 7.30 and ll A. M., 4
and 6.15 P. M.
All Freight must be pr paid, and none received
after half-past 2 o'duck. J. H. MURRAY.
The fine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T.
Bradbnrn, Master, has a portion of her!
Cargo engaged, and going aboard. For further
engagements, apply io WMB. SMITH ACO.,
apr3-2 Kapler's Range.
The First clas9 British Bart FLORENCE J?A
CHIPMAN. Robt. Jenes, Master, is nowSB?
ready to receive cargo, and having portion of
same engaged, will have dispatch.
For i'reight engagements, apply to
raar2l Accommodation Wharf.
JpOR NORTH EDISTO, BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain _ .-rsT**?^
J. W. Sly, will ?eave Centra! Wharf?mSSu???m
for the above pointB every MONDAY MORJJLNU, at i
o'clock, and, returning, will leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY, at 8 o'clock A. M.. and Edisto at 3 P. M.
? mam _j. D. AIKEN. Agent.
jp OE BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain _ -fi^*
J. W. Sly, will leave everv THURS-?fi?BK
DAY Mo RN i KU, at S o'clock, as above. Returning,
will leave Beaufort FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
marai J. D. AIKEN, Agent.
"^EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR P?IF1C LANDING, BEAUFORT, HUTON
HEAD. SAVANNAH. DA RIEN AND
The favorite Steamer
C?ptala L. w. BURNS,
will receive Freight- at Accommoda- - . ?rT^^,
Uonwhnrf for above pmuts every ?2&????EisV
TUESDAY, and leave cu every .WEDNESDAY MORN
LNG, at 7 o'clock, arriving at savannah the same
tveDing, and leaving for Danen. ?Vc, the follow
uif, morning. Keim mug, will leare Savannah fo;
Charleston every MONDAY MOKNINO, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, af ply to
RAVEN EL. HOLMES A CO.,
soplo No. 177 East Bay.
OK F LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK. .
FOR SAVANNAH, FEKNAND1NA, JACKSON
TILLE, P1LATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
TUE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATUK, Captain
L. M. Ce.YSTTER, will eall from,_
Southern Wharf for above points every TVEs?Tt
EVENING, at 8.30 o'clock, arriving bael: at. Charle?
ion every SUNDAY AFTKK'NOON. at 5 o'clock.
The steamer CITY POINT. Captain Q. B. Vincent,
will sail from Southern Wharf for above point*
every FRIDAY EVENING, at $.30 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WsdNKsnATf AFTERNOON, at ?
. RAVEN EL 4 CO., Agents,
octlfr . ; Southern wharf.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOR SALE BY
E. E. BEDFORD, King street, .
C. D. AHRENS & CO., King street,
B. FELDMANN & CO., King street,
C. MOMEIER, , .
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. ?
w FffiST PRIZE
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purity the blood and
strengthen tho system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and a!3 mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure -Bin?
ons and oilier Fevers, Fever ftii?
Ague. Chilis, Diarrhoea, tyysen
[yfoltCf JCtiotef a, Cholera Morbus*
and every complaint inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they, eradicate ail tracey
of DebHity, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to tho sex.
ts Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the.
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
. .0-1 & CG WaUr Street, N. Y.
CLACIUS & WITTE,
Generr.1 Asi-nlsibr the State of So. Carolina.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOP. TUE
OLD CA KO LI.NA J*. IT Ti RS.
H. BISCHOFF A- CO.,
H. KLATTE A CO..
J. A. QUACK BXBUSHV
MA'NTOUE & CiL
|H, TES ! OH, YES ! OH, YES !
It becomes my ple.isiiitiluty to in form my friends
and patrons, thu; t!ie rime lias again arrived for
them io commence Cleaning and repairing their
Household Furniture, waitresses ?nd Beds;eads.
Try a remedy that never fails; -end for the Doctor
who keeps nie P-trnltnrc Indrinary at No. 31
yileen street, (lavin-; grc-tuy enlareeil my
Invalid Furniture Hospital I aa now prepared to
trent patients III that line more successfully ?inri
satisfactorily iliau ever. "Come one. come all."
JOHN L. LUNSFORD. N?. 31 ijr-ern st.,
Opposite Uai rissou's Potul and Od Store,
fint CPnrocericg, &t.
BEDFORD S (LATE COROT'S) G-ROOBRY
HEADQUARTERS FOB SELECTED DAIRY BOTTES .
PURE LEAP LABD '"' '
" PRIME FACTORS' AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, and
BISCUITS, Ac, Ac.
H. B.-l CLAIM TO KEEP THB LARGEST STOCK AND. MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT Ol
FAMILY, GROCERIES lN THIS CITY. ? .
E. E. BEDFORD, * ..
VERY ....... : ... ., . PTJRB -V
V-5 Hi ! SUCCESSOR TO . I
OHOIOA: JV IL RANDIES, WIN E? S
? ^ ? 1 - WILLIAM S. OORWLN A CO.,
F A M I L'Y ' AND VERY OLD
Flock . No. 373 KING STREET, '
OPPOSITE BASEL. j ./
WHOLESALE AND KETAJL DEALER
Fine Teas* Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, l&c1
.:*...'., HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS. >'
VEGETABLES, MEAT'S, SOUP'S, &c.
All articles sold from this establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTED..
Goods louvered to.&U parts of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, iroe of expense.
EVER'i E. BEDf ORD. 1 ' SEND FOR A I JAS. S. MARTIN.
IBO. H. GRUB ER. f_ _CATALOGUE.- \ WM. G. MOOD, JH.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COWANY,
OF CHARLESTON, S. C.
P. J. PORCHER, President. P. J. PEIZER, Treasurer.
W. LEB BY.W. P/HALL........;.LvD.' DESAUSSURE..B. G. PINOKNEY
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES ARE NOW BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON
ASHLEY RIVER, under the direction of an experienced and Practical Chemist. The Company In?
tend this tu bc a first cUss Fertilizer, and one which can be recommended to Planters.. ?
STANDARD GJJ ADR ATV^TEElX
THE COMPANY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE . . .. ,
FOR COMPOSTING WI?H COTTOW SEED. jjjl
This prepnratlon ls highly recommended by Chemists, as with it Planters are enabled to make
their own Fertilizers. ?* 'W
Thc ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE 1s sold at $5S per ton casu, or - on time, with interest at the rate
of one pur cent, per month.
Tile AC1D.PUOSPUATB ls sold at $33 per ton cash, or-on time, with Interest at the rate of
one per cent, per month.
PELZER, RODGERS &. CO., General Agents,
dCC31-4mos * BBOWS'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. Ci :
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS
INTRODUCED IN-1862.*..PATENTED DECEMBER 20, 1859.
Oldest Superphosphate Manufacturedin this Country
' SUPES ? MRlillD SlTERPnOSPillTE OF LIME
Bones, Phosphatic Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal
Animal Matter and Sulphuric Acid.
KO SALT,.PLASTER, SALT CAKE, NITRE OAKE, NOR ANY ADULTERANT 07, ANY- KIND USED
THE AMMONIACAL ANIMAL MATTER USED IN MAP ES' NITROGENJZED SUPERPHOSPHATE
OF LIME collat.-, of the Flesh, .(ooutamltlg 10 per cent, of Ammonia,) and the Blood, (containing
15 pe;- cent'. Ammonia,) of horses, beeves, tish and other animals, after expresi?n of the fftt'and
oil by steam, scud for a Pamphlet:'- * . ..
. Ammonia Yielded by the Organic Matter."....2M ? eeolt
0.06 H ct. Insoluble Phosi>honc Acid.Bono Ph o ph ate of Lime.19,78 $ cent.
3.38 ^ et. soluble Phosphoric Acid.Soluble Phosphate of Lime. 6.48 "fl cenf.
3 33 'S CL Soluble Phosphoric Acid.Hone Phosphate or Limefllssolved).. 7 33 $ cent.
7.20 ? ct. Sulphuric Add.I..;.. ..Sulphate of Lime.?.....isy4fl-%fcoent.
.?An excellent Fertilizer." Respectfully, submitted,
(?lt'Dod.) CHARLES ?. SHEPARD, JR., M. DI.
Inspector .of-Fertilisers for South Carolina '
PRICE, SSO CASH.
' KINSMAN & HOWELL, General Agents,
feb8-Wfm2m0SD4C No. 138 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.^
TO FACTORS _ANQ PLANTERS !
Hie undersigned begs to inform hts customcn and the public thai, in addition to his Works ar1
Savanv.ah, hu hhs established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAl'POO MILLS, opposite this
city, which are now la acive operation, manufacturing his well k\o wa fertilizers, the
P HOSP H O- PERUVIAN
A M MON! A TED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANOS,
AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KBBP ON HAND
Pi" o . 1 P E T. D V I A N GUANO,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,
of the highest grade from his Ashepoo Mines, (crude and graund.) analyzing ever slxtj percent, ol
Bone Phosphate ol Lime; and
LAND 1? T_J A S T E R .
These Works have been opened under the Inspection of Dr. CU. SHEPARD. Jr., Inspector or
Fertilizers for South Carolina, and every package will bear his brand oortiryinjr. to its inspection.
Uniformity of quality quarante, d and prices reduced
Messrs. O.' A. TRENHOLM & SON, General Agent?, } rn .,tTr,v ?
Messrs. (>RAESER & SMITH, Agents, j C?AULt?i?N, s. u
J. B. 8 AR D Y
Janl3 . OORNER RAST RAY AND BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Drngs, CljcT?ucnls, &t.
HO S AD A LI S is the best Blood
ROS AD ALIS, a sure cure for
ROS AD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSAD ALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore,
ur. T. c. ru GU, of Ballimore.
Dr. TUBS. J. BUYKI.N, oLBa'.tlmore.
Dr. A. DIIROAN. ot Tar boro', N. o.
Dr. J. s. SPARKS, of KleholaavUe, Ky.
Dr. A. F. WliEELKK, of Luna. Ulilo.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, ol Philadelphia.
Dr. i. L. MccAKTHA, ol South Carolina,
aud many ouieis. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC.
endorsed hy Rev. .DABNEY BALL, now of Mary?
land Conference, formerly Cbapl un lu the Con?
federate Ai my of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Dinfetic, and acts at
one and the same time upou me BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex
pelling ail impure manor and building up the
system to a heanhy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. W1NEMAN A CO.,} Agen'S In
Dr. ll. BAEB, J Charleston,
Q It. LEVY,
No. 86 BROAD STREET,.
Office recently occupied by S. L. Bennett.
All Buslcess entrusted to- me will be prompt.?
attendee to. mam-jmor
j^'" i'c C^ONKlTr ^
PAINTER AND PAPER H ANGER.
No. 102 BROAD STREET;
(Davlsqu's OUI Stand.)
HST Orders Intended for me sh Mild be left as
above between KIN; AND MEETING STREETS.
JOSEPH Wi HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY, PAINT AND OIL STORE,
NO. 62 (?CEEN STREKT, CU.W'.LESTON, S. 0.
ratear Thief Detente?(alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
DEATH TO RATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHER?.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold ar. Wholesale by
DOWIB, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at retal by all Iirogglats._feM-emo
Jg ALL, BLACK i, CO.,
Will sell their Stock of
BRONZE AND IMITATION ERONZE
G A'S . FIXTURES
MUCE LESS THAN TEE ACTUAL COSI
These goods are of the newest patterns, and In
finish superior to any in the market. To those
furnishing houses, trite ls an opportunity to pro?
cure the BEST CHANDELIERS. BRACKETS. Ac,
at a less price than they would pay for inferior
Itis our intention to stive un entirely this branch
of our business, wnicb canses so great a redac?
tion m price.
BALL, BLACK & CO.,
Nos. 565 and 607 BROADWAT, N. T.
JOUTH CAROLINA- BAILBOAD.--GAJkK
' DRU UR Ali". ?
CAMDEN' TRAIN-CH AN (j E 07 SCHEDULE.
On SATURDAY, April 1, tbe following cbange
will go into effect in the Schedole of the Cam dea
Train: . <
On MONDAYS, WIDHESDAYS ?nd SATCRDAYS the
Camden Train will run throngh to Columbia.
Leaving Camden.6.00 o'clock A. M.
Arriving at Columbi?..;....10.40 o'clock A. M.
Leaving Columbia.,-. 1.25 o'clock P. M.
Arriving at Camden.... ......;\?:00 o'clook P. M.J
Making connection with the Wilml ngton and
Manchester Trains each way. - - s
Cn TUESDAYS, THonspAYB and- FRIDAYS the
Camden Train vr?l continue the Schedule hereto*
fore existing Iff runn mg from Camden to King
vide., and making connection with the Through)
Mall Trains.' d
A. L. TYLER, vice-President "*
S. B. Pi CK ENS, G en cal Ticket Agent. "
ORTHEASTERN ..RAJ?ROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., February"ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston. Deity ai 1. li. au dd : j
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A.-M. (Mondays ex
cepted)and 3*30 P. M. - : r. -, ?
Train does not leave Charleston a^o.p. M., SUN-,
Train leaving at 12 M makes through connec?
tion to New Yodu via Richmond and Acquit
Creek only, going through in ja hours, WITHO CT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS. '
Passengers leaving' br9:80 P.M. Train haye?
choice ox route, via Richmond ?nd Washington,
or via P?rtsiuoatu and Baltimore.. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain Sus-"
DAY in WHmlogtonvM.'O. '5
This ls the cheapest, qulokeet ana most pleasant,
route to cincinnati, .Chicago. and other pointa
West end 'Northwest,* bom Trains making close
connections at ?asinnarton with Western tram*
of Baltimore and.) hio Railroad. . . *? ?
r and Superintendent.
P. L. GLXAEOB, General Ticket Agent. -
feb 11-it! ui cs
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL*'
PASSENGER TRAINS on t?is Read run daily a?'
follows: ...- .. ?nfim
Leave Charleston..,............S.3Q A. M.
Arrive at Savaunan.'.... :.3.00 p. M. .*
Lear*Sovrana*;...............ll.15 A. M. -
Arttve ak Chariest ooi. ai.. ?... ^ s. ao P. M. .-.j
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic A Golf.
Railroad for' Jacksonville, St;1 Augustine, and all
points in Florida. : . . . . " 4
Wita Central RailroadefOrMacon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, Kew Orleans and .the: Weat.
^With Steamboats, for points on the Savannah^
Ax Charleston with the Northeastern and Sonthf>
Carplfaa- RiUroada, and Steamships for all points?
North and Weat..
Throngh Tickets over this line on sale at Hotelrr
in Charlestonr-goreven Boase, Savannah; and ar>
principal l>ck?t outee? isorth and tooth. , - *>*
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan,
nftttand ?lltiomw beyond;'' 'r:
, <Tmtongh Bil Ls of Lading Issued to Oacksonvlller
Palatka, Ac, . ...... ?
Tariff, as low as by any other line/.
oct* auninw and SnperlBtenadBC-*
CO?TE CA'ROIiMiA- HAIL RU AL'.
"., . JlOE-PBiSipENT'S OFFipE,?,. 1,,
' CHARLESTON, SvO.; Jan?ary 18,187L: f .
On and after SWDAY; liouuBTy 32, tte Passen-3
gerxralna-en '.ac..SAKAI, itt/jm* Railroad wm?
rut as follows: ..<
Leave- Otisrleston......-...;;. .11? P. Kf
Arrive at Au KTis tx..................... 4U5 P. M_
Leave Cnarleston_S.2d A. Nf.
.vrrive at Columbia..?.;. 3.40 P. M. '
FOB CHA Bi. BOTON.
Leave Angosta.7.40. A. iL.
Arrlvfi at. Charleston.......Y..... 3,20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.12.16 P. M.
Arrrlve at ciiarlesron;. .^77.. 7.50 P. M.
' AUGtref A NIGHT KXPRBSS.- ? .
Lea vc Charleston..^.8.50 P. ML
Arrive ai Augusta..'..;...:.v..7.CK M.
? heave Augusta..'--..... iv*..6.60 p. M?
j Arrive at Ch aries ton.. -...v... 6.40 A. yu
COLUM2IA NIGHT EXritKSS,
. ' (Sundays crceptedVj
' Leave Charleston'..t....;..... 7.10 Pr M?
Arrive at Columbia..?...?.. . 6.00 A.M.
Leave Columbia.....'..7.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston.,.4.20 E. M..
Arrive at Summerville.. 6.00 P. M.
Leave Sun??nervllle_.7.00 A. M.'
Arrive at Charleston.ii SJ. 8.16 A. M.
OAXDBN BRANCH. .,<>
Leave Camden........6.00 A. M.
Arrive ht Columbia......;...:-.'.10.40'A. M.
Leave. Columbia..'....... 1.25 P. M.
Arrive s - Onm.ir;rk,-.. . 6.00 Pi M. :
Day and Night Trains make close connections,
nt Augusta with' GeLrg!a Railroad and Central
Night Train connects wRh Macon and Angosta
Railroad. . ;-. . -, -,.
Columbia Night Train coruects with Greenville
and Columbia Ralrrriftd.
Camden Train counects dally with Day Passen?
Jania_? A. L. TYLER, Vice-president.
?Yacljinern, Castings, tee.
. . j ; . ' , ?rtAR'utSTQN jd
. WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCi*
are the beet In ?se.
Fdr sale ou the Lease Flan, with monthly pay
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. AU kino* cl
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white
black and colored,) Silk. OH, Soar, *c., A*.
Repairing as a6uaL circulars and ss|nt>ieso?
work sent un application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 30" King stree;,
angl7 _Charleston. S. C.
TT" ING WILLIAM.
Just received at KINO WILLIAM'S CIGAR FAC?
TORY No. 310 King street, near Society st reet, a
lartre and complete assortment of Leaf, Chewing
and Sraoklug TOBACCO. Cigarettes, Snuff, Pipes,
Ac Havana and Domestic Cigars imported and
manufactured by WM. SCilRuDER, who respect
fully invites the attention or chewers and smokers,
and traders, wholesale aud retail, to a stock fully
com prising every variety of quality'and prices,
from the cheapest to the highest grade, which le
offered at the lowest cash rates. AU orders from
the country will receive prompt att?ntion and"
shipped C. O. D., or at thirty days' city accept?