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" tags e ea Island ott COB, CIO bales apian d cotton,
so bales domestics. 280 bundles paper, 42* Uarces
Tice, 155 bbl? naval stores, 119 empty carboys, 806
?ackages cotton seed meal, 4? obis oil, 8 norees,
12 packages vegetables and sundries.
The Charleston Stock and Bond Market,
Bold.. w : 5
Southern Bank Billa.
Bank of Camden. .. 30
Bank of Chester. 14
Bank of Georgetown............ 01 02
Bank o? Hamburg. 10
Bank of South Carolina., 08 10
Bank of State of South Carolina,
" prior to 1801. 45
Bank of State of South Carolina,
after 1st January, 1861............ 44 60
Commercial Bank, Columbia.. os
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 08
.Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Charleston. Ol 02
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 03
Planters' Bank, Fair?eld. 08
?State Bank. oe
State Bonds, Old.73 OO 76 00
State Bonds, new.: 61 00 63 oO
State Stock. 63 00 66 00
S. c. Railroad and Bank Stock (ex
div).. 36 00 36 00
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.. 00 00 62 00
8. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent,
Bends. 70 0Q 7100
S ort h eastern Railroad Stock (capi?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
ferred. 86 00
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent.'. 89 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 77 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 20 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad '
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. 76 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
7 Per Cent. State gnaranteed
Bonds. 66 60 68 00
Savannah and Charleston 6 Per
Cent. Bonds.-. so oo eo sn
Greenville and Ol ambla Railroad
Co. Stock. .. 206
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per- Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds.. .. 58 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
T Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds 90 00 92 00
greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Bonds. 47 CO 50 00 i
Greenville and Columbia Railrcad
X Per Cent. Certificates of Indebt?
edness.;_ 67 00 coco
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
-?.Ftm Mortgage Bonds...??xi. sa 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds.nominal
0x.-i?f.o rnimmwa ano. Angosta
-^??fm'aA stool:... 86 00 40 00
Charlotte, columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mort&age Bonds... 82 00
Spartanburg and Um? Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 68 00 56 00
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
Bonds.........>. .....? ?. Tinnen ul
Memphis'and Charleston Railroad
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. First Mortgage Bonds nominal
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7per cent,Second MortgageSonAs nominal
City Ballway Stock.if. ?i. 5100 52 00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock.. 47 00 48 00
City of Charleston Fire Utan 7 Per
Cent, Bonds....:.?... 70 00
Glty of Columbia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. 68 00 60 OS
City of Columbia 7 Per Cent, Bonds. 60 80 68 00
City of Savannah 7 per cent.Bonds,
Old. 85 00
City or Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds,
old. 81 00 83 00
City or Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
Old..-. 50 00 53 00
City of Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
new.:.;. N 00 53 00
First National Bank of Charleston
Stock..1.123 00 126 00
People's National Bank Stock..... ICA o o 105 oo
Union Bank Stock. 4 76 6 00
South Carolina Lean and Trust
Company..... 94 00 95 00
People's Bank Stock. 4 00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock.,. 200 2 26
Bank of Charleston Stock. 20 GO 20 50
Carolina National Bank Stock. nommai
Bank of. Newberry Stock. nominal
Bank of Camden stock. nominal
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 19 60 20 00
Charleston Mining and Manufac?
turing company Stock. nominal
Wando Mining and Manufacturing
Company Stock.250 00 276 00
Sulphuric Add and Superphos?
phate Company Stock. par
Marine and Hiver Mining and Man?
ufacturing Company stock. 66 00
Atlantic Mining and Manufacturing
Company Stock. 76 00 8000
Palmetto Mining and Manuiactur
..lng Company Stock. nominal
Chico ra Milling and. Manufactur?
ing Company Stock... . nominal
Farmers' Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company stock. nominal
Sumo Mining and Manufacturing
Company Stock. .*...". nominal
fhe Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OrFICB CHABLKSTON NKWS. 1
"WEDNESDAY EVXXIKG. April 26, 1ST 1. )
COTTON.-There was a steady and rat her fair
inquiry for this staple, the general character or j
the market remaining without change from pr??
tions figures. Salts soo baler, viz: 4 at 10, is at
ll, 5 at lix. 1C6 ot 87 at 12, 21 at ISM, 1H
at 12& 9 at 12X, 18 at 13,6 at 18X, 12 atl3 )?, 20 at
18J?, 98 at ISM, 8 at 13ft, 67 at 14, ll at u%. We
Ordinary to good ordinary.)1X?13
Biff.-There were no transactions reported,
She market remaining quiet bot firm.
NATAL STORES.-The business Lu t bese articles
PBIIOUTS. - To Liverpool, ,by steam direct,
nominal on uplands ; via New York, Xa
on uplands ; ld on sea islands ; by sa:,
3?@M6d on uplands, \o on sea ?Blands. To
Bavre nominal. 'Coastwise-to New York
hy steam, .Sic on uplands and xe on st a
Islands; S] 25B tierce on rice:by sad, y,c?ibu.
oct to a ; - B tierce on rice: 40c B barrel on rosto,
$7?5 v M on lumber; f 9@io B M on timber. 1
Boston, by sail, xe B lb on upland cotton
To Providence, by sail ss ? M On boards, si
B ft on cotton: by steam $1 B bale on New
Tork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, ftc B &>
OO uplands; by sail, fl B M on boards; $9 OD
amber; $3 B ton on clay, and $3@8 50 on phoa
pbutes. To Baltimore, by Sterin, xe B h> by
?ail, $6 50@7 B M on boards; *3@3 26 B ton ot
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights fri m
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and SatiUa River, Ga
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
.12 B Mare the rates on lumber and boards.
Ex OH AK es.-Sterling eo day bills 20 x.
OOMwnc EXOEAMOX. - The kan ks purchase
Mght checks at X orr to par', and sell at x pre
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, April '.c- Noon.-Oonsols M\.a&? v
Evening-Consols 93X- Bonds 90>4'.
NEW OKLEANB, April 26.-Sterling commercial
Nsw lona, April 16-Noon-Freights quiet.
Stocks very strong and sctlve. Governments and
States strong but dull. Mouey steady. Gold io?.
Sterling-loiig 10, short lox.
Evening.-Freights unsettled. The noticeable
event to day was a sale or Cnlted states oonds at
par fer gold. Money 4ai per cent. Sterling firm.
Gold lOJ?alOJ?c Governments off x. Southerns
Bim bnt duli, little change lu ratee. The export
of specie was over $500,000.
?Xa21M. Sight X premmm. Gold ll.
LivxwooL, April 24-Soon.- Cotton opened
quiet and steady; uplauds 'X'1, Orleans 7Xa7Kd
aalea 10,000 balea ' '
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady; uplands
IX, Orleans 7Xa7Xd; sales 12.000 boles; speer.
Jation and export St'OO.
NKW YORK, April 26- Noon.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dlings l5Jic; sa es 2000 ba es.
Evening.-Cotton ea?l-r; bales 3222 bales at
BOSTON, April 26.-Cotton <lni>: middlings 16>?c;
gro*a receipis 1S65 bu let:; sales 350; stock 14,600.
BALTikoHB, Apt ll 24.-cotton in good export
demand-, uplands middlings 14Xc; net leceipta
loo. gross receipts 148 baie.- ; exports coastwise
*J0; sale? 1100; stock 8285. L
NORFOLK, Anni -ja-Colton Cnn; low middrtogs
V iLMixm?-, April fc3.-cotton quiet and '
iceadj; middlings. i4c; net receipts 95 bales; sales
70; stock 220*.
SAVANNAH. April 26.-Cot tem In moderate de
ioand; middlings 18Mc; net receipts 933 bales;
exports ts Great Britain coastwise 2*8; sales
800; stock 51,314.
AUGUSTA,, April 28.-Ootton market unchanged
at 1334c for Liverpool middlings; Bales 251 bales:
MOBILE, April 28.-Cotton quiet and steady;
middlings 14&c; net receipts 337 bales; exporta
coastwise 112; sales 1000; stock 43,776.
Kaw ORLEANS, April 26.-Cotton firm: mid?
dlings uxaHXc; net receipts 2027/ gross receipts
2476 bales; exports to Liverpool 244, Amsterdam
1620, Venice 670; sales 7400; stock 192.863.
GALVESTON, April 26.-Cotton steady; good or?
dinary 12XC] net receipts 818 bales; sales BOO;
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LOHOON, April 28-Noon.-Sogar on tba spot 38B
Od, afloat 27? 6da30s. .. h
Evening.-Cumberland cut 41s 6d. Snort ribbed
middles 483. - _ " , '
NEW YORK, April 26-Noon.-Flour and wheat
doll and nncnanged. Corn a shade firmer. Pork
:&i7al7 25. Lard quiet. Turpentine quiet at 62a
usc. Rosin heavy at $2 45a2 50.
Evening.-Flour. Southern dull and declining;
common to fair extra $6 60a7 10; go d to choice
$716a9. Whiskey 92>ia93c. Wheat la2c lower;
winter red and amber Western $1 58al .65. Cora I
closes heavy and lower at 74a76>a'c Pork firmer,
$i7al7 50. Beer quiet. Lard, kettle li^c. Tur?
pentine quiet. Rosin heavy. Tallow firmer.' ?
BALTIMORE, April 28.-Fleer slightly favors
buyers. Wheat steady and firm, corn a shade
firmer; white and yellow Southern 78a77o. Pork
$19 60. Shoulders 8c. Whiskey scarce at 92&a93c.
CINCINNATI, April 26.-Flour duU and drooping;
family $8 14*6 40. Corn advancing. 66c. Provis?
ions unsettled, quotations difficult. Mess pork
$17 60. . Lard Ila Shoulders 7c; sides 9.i9>i?, all
asked; sales or clear Bides at 9>ic. Whiskey
drooping, 88c. - *
Nrw ORLEANS. April 26.-Flour, super scarce at
$6 76; others plenty and dui:; treble $& essai,
corn scarce and dull; mixed and yellow 7la72c;
white 73a75o. Oat? scare? and In good demand ;
St Louis 63a65c; Galena G5a66c. Bran none here;
last sold at $1 60. Pork dull and lower at $T8 50a
a?. Bacon dull and depressed at 7Xai0c; sides
io5,'c; hams 16&c. Lard dull and lower at ?o&a
Ile; keg ttJitt Sugar steady and In fair demand;
common 7.>?a7%c; prime ojsaio>.c: choice lOXa
io.vc Molasses in good demand and scarce;
plantation reboiled 30a40c; cistern bottom 46a60c.
Whiskey dull at 90ca$l 05. Coffee inactive at
New Vork Rice Market.
Frc ru the Journal or Commerce. April 24 : Thc I
market remains strong. There is mure Inquiry
for prime Carolina, and full prices are bid, bnt
the scarcity of the stock prevents many iraneac
. tiens ; :o tierces, mainly to arrive, sold at 8','a9 >"..
: Inferior Block ls negieqted. Io foreign there is
the usual h usine.-s at former figures. We learn or
sales of 2C0 bags, ?:uty paid, at 7a7&c, currency.
Interior Cotton Markets,
WINNSBOKO', March 26.-Sales of the past
week 33 bales at 8 to 12&C.
COLUMBUS, April 24.-Our market Is very quiet
for want ol orders; middllngs*l3c; sales 68 bales;
receipts 46 bales; shipments 160 bales.
MONTGOMERY, April 24.-Cotton quiet acd :it- j
tie doing; quotation? unchanged.
' Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON. April ?0.-SriRiTS Tn Kr EN
TINE.-Sales or 49 casks as lol.ows: 26 at 45, 5 at
46 and 18 at 47c per gallon. Market quiet.
ROSIN.-Sales of 16 bbls nt ?3 50 for No. I.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-?s les o? 2C0 bbls nt $4 50a
4 co for virgin, $3 70 for yellow dip and $2 35 for
TAB.-Sales of 190 bbls at $1 60 per bbL
COTTON.-Sales or 63 bales as follows : 8 at io
3 at ll, -i at 12;,, 13 at 13, io at 13M and 27 at ?es c
per lb. .
Kcteiuis by Railroad. April
SOTTTI CAROLINA RAILROAD. .
336 bales ootton, 62 bales di mest ?cs. 2C0 bandies
paper. 12 carslnmber, wold ?ad slaves, and son
dry packages mdze. To Railroad Agent, A B Mul?
ligan, Frost A Adger. G W Williams & co. Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, WIKS A co, Graf ser A Smith, Sloan
ASelznlous, W W Smith, Gil Walter A co, L-l)
Mowry A Son, A J Salinas, W C Bee, A co, T H
I Panknln, P B Lalane, c sahlmau, A Be Caradaux.
M Goldsmith A Son, B O'Neill, ll Cobla & co, Jef?
fords'.* co. G A Trenholm & Son, A Schmidt, C W
Witte, E M Hacker, W C Guurtney, H E Grainger,
H Kar nc ks. Ut bey A Ki ny ou, T W Eggerken, J c
Mallonee, W Hockaday, C Levin wood, J S Schir?
mer, F K Houston, and Stenhouse A co.
"~ . , fassen???.
Per steamship South Carolina, for New York
L J Zapeda, G A Roberts, W F Bissel!, W A Hus.
s?y,HS Greenough, Mrs H Kessler, E PHatha?
way, Miss Lines, Mus Taylor, W Morey. W H Cros?
sen, Mit-s Whltta, F M Lord, O H Korsten, F Sielg
Utz, J O West, Mrs Mai tue wes. J Helssiujr, Mrs
Petit, S C Bridgton, Mr and Mrs J W Aroona ard
cbUd, Miss Brlugion, Mr and Mrs Partridge, Mike
Read, J Ka M uer ty, C F Ma ?j ck, W M Little, John
Love, J French. E Touchbuiy, Mr and Mrs A. H.
Penh , K brooks. Mr ami Mrs A U Thomas, E F
English. Mrs steward, WM Milice, J R "Maurice,
Mr and Mrs F J Booth, Miss Frenen, Mia Jones, S
B Lauder, Mrs E B Seabrook and servant, M?.-s M
A Maurice, MrB Bosworth, Mrs D Blohme and four
children, and - in steerage.
Per ?earner City Point, from Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-J Henrv
an<rwlfp, Dr H Richardson aird wife, Mrs -D H
Gweetzer, ? P Hautaway. W Alu uk and wife, Mr
Walsh and wire, Mr Gorham, E F Ludwig and
wife, M Holbert. S C Bigelow and wire, 6 Tow-a
f>end and wife, Mr B Maurice and wife, WMaurice,
J O shaw. J Murr, v, w P Jacques and wife, J S
Sleeper, W Cruwrord, and 21 deck.
EOE! CALENDAR. ,
. . *' MOON'S PHASES.
Full Moon. 5th. 9 honro, 3 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter. v?th, 0 liouis. 31 min ines. morning.
New Moon, l9ih. 1 hour. 43 minutes, evening.
First yuaner. sTih. 6 honra. 18 minnies, eveninp.
29 Saturday ...
80 Sunday.. -
E. a s.
MAltlXE NE H H.
CHARLESTON, S. C...APRIL 27, 1871.
Lat 3* deg 40 min 38 sec. ! Lon 79 deg 57 nun 27 sec.
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattl. West Point Mill. 30
tierces rise. To W c Bee A co.
Sehr Greyhound, Simons, saetee. 200 bushels
rough lice To WC Bee A co.
Sehr P L Smith, Robinson, Baltimore-i da? s.
Railroad iron. Tu S c Railroad Company. Vessel
Sloop Green Leaf. Nicholas, San tee. 820 busfiels
rough i leo. To W O Bee dc co.
Steamer City Point, Vincent, Palatka. via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. 7 bags
sea Uland conon, 496 packages mdse. To Raveuel
* cu. G U Ingraham A son, W M Lawton A Son,
JMlntz, w L Webb, Plot*ney Bros, Philadelphia
Steamship company, J M Eason A Bro, New York
steane hip company, Fraser A DIU, M McGorty, S
Fass. Rev E W Bc e, R Middleton, and others.
Received from Chisoim's Mm. 103 tes rice. To
W C Bee A co. T H A W Lie wees and H L Chtsolm.
Steamer M. aon, Adair, Sautee River. 8 bales'
cotton, 250 bb s naval stores, lo,uou shingles, 2i 0
bags peas, rough rice, mdse, Ac To i< avenel.
Homes A co. Peizer, Rodgers A co, T P Smli h, J
Maranui:, Jr. Wagener A Munsees, Einsuau A
Howell, I ai ? UTI A Parker. Smith a Chapeau, Ham?
lin A Faireliilds, H Bischoff A co, C C Poppen heirn.
M Goldsrutih A son, JOH C.JUSBCU, CJ Snowden,
P Fogarty, s Neddg, and others.
IN THE OFFING.
French bark Stella Ma- v Gamier, Callao-95
days. Guano. To G W Witii.?ms A co.
A Spanish barkeniiue, unknown.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New York
-Wagner, Huger A co, W A courtenay.
Sehr sea Queen, Rosebrook, WUmiugton, N C
J A Ensluw A co.
Steamship South Carolina. Becket, New York.
Sehr Edwin, Dayton, Baltimore.
Sehr Virginia Dare, Johnson, Elizabeth City,
FROM THIS PORT.
Spanish brig Talia. Barbeta. Barcelona, April 2.
sehr Aun s Gaskili. Gaskdl, FhUtidelpuia, :2?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig O S Berry, Bradley, at Havana, April 15.
Sehr Vraie, Mat on, a* Boston, ApTil 22.
SAILED FOR THIS PUKT.
Spanish brig Isabel: ita, Bosch, from Cien ruejos,
NEW YORK, April 26 -Arrived, Mon gomery.
Arrived uui. We er Oce?nica.
SAVANNAS, April 26.-Arrived, schrs Jas Young,
Boston; Mayflower, Uuntsporr, N S; Coqaetie,
Baracoa; ?-Luaishlps Oriental, B stun; Touawan
da, Philadelphia; steamer Mary Diaper, Jackson?
ville. Cleared, snip Tneobold, Liverpool; sours
David Babcock, Elizabeth, N C; H G Fay. Balti?
LIST OF VESSELS
UT. CLRAXKD AND SA1LSD VCR TO In PORT.
F O R TT G N .
Br ship Island Home, McLeUan, op. Abril 6
Br bark Tinco, Robson, up. .i.^^Aprii 15
Norwegian bark Logent. Neusen, allied Jan "6
The Jean Vivian, fercwer, salli ii.ji1D't
Brig G S Berry, Brad ley, -deared-.April M
Spanish D-lglgabciHta, Bosch, galled....April ia
D'9 B ? 8 T:ljd ? j i j j
Ship Wesseri??^-'?rc^u!y??r?ll. A .April 5
Sehr Vraie, Mason, cleared.........April 22
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.April 17
Seor Lilly, Hughes, np.April 17
Scar H C Sheppard, Clark, up.April 17
Sehr L Well', Wells, np.April 20
Sehr W G Dearborn, Scull, up.April 7
Sehr Annie Magee, Young, cleared.April fi
Schi S I* Rossel!, f raith, up.^. A . .yA^ra) Iff
Steamship Falcon, Hay nie, to sail.April 22
Sehr PL smith,-, np.April 15
Brig Ellen Marla, Hoxle, cleared.April 19
Sehr Lucy D-, Hall, cleared.April 23
OTT ON RATE 1-2 CENT.
STEAM TO BOSTON DIRECT.
The ane Steamship "LEOPARD," ^figjBfc
Hughes commander, is BOW receiving ?jMgBi?L
Freight at Middle Atlantic Wharf-and win sail
THIS DAT, at 2 P. M. .Shipper* will please govern
WILLIAM ROACH 4 CO.,
?pOE PHIL AD ii L ? H I A .
WEEKIY. STEAM LINEYTHUBSDAYSR-;C^X*
'NECTING W!THPIBST-I3I!SJ^TEA3 LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOB BOSTON AND
The Fast Iron Screw Steamship
V I K, O I N I -?.-?
. BjrtfrflR/ Com nias der,> /
Will be dispatched for Philadelphia on ?edFjrfK
THURSDAY. 27th April, at 6 o'clock P. ?slslfiK
M., from Brown's Noria. Wharf.
43-Throagh Bills LadiBg issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, 4c., to the New England Cities,
and Spirits Turpentine, as agreed.
jjarThe Steamers of ihis line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms. X
For Freight engagements apply TO
WM. A. COURTENAY.
apr24-mtuth3 _No. 1 Union wnair.
jgXCURSION TO SAVANNAH.
The Splendid Steamships CITY POIST^-f^jCfife
and DICTATOR will make EXC?R ^Xmm
SIONS TO SAVANNAH, as per below actieuuie,
giving visitors an opportunity to spend a day, or
morejf desired, at savanna^ ,.
steamer CITY POINT, FKIDAY NIGHT, April
'2Sth, at 9 o'clock.
Steamer DICTATOR. TUESDAY NIGHT, May 2d, at
9 O'ClOCrC? .
Steamer C TY* POINT, WEDNESDAY NIGHT, May
3d, at 9 o'clock.
St*aaer?cnY?BOINl* PE?DA* *IOBT, j??y,Cti>;iA
:^ny^L,.-;\ fl ll J [?f V J
LEAVE HAVANNAH POR CBAELBSTONY
Steamer DICTATOR, SATURDAY MORNING, April
29th, at 7 o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT, TUESDAY MORNING, May
2d, at 7 o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT, THURSDAY AITERSON, May
4th, at 4 o'clock. . .
Steamer DICTATOR.- SATURDAY MORNING, May
cih, at 7 o'clock.
RAVENED A CO.,
FKOM BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA,
.AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY.
Th? nate St emu ship RAL CON^ija
Bay rile, Commander, will sail for l3al-2Ala?it_
timore on SATURDAY, ? ot h April, at l o'clock P. M.
49? Philadelphia Freights ?orwardeu to thai
: ny by railroad from Hiltlmore without addi
i ional insurance, and Consignees ure allowed am
pie time to sample and sell their Goods frum
' c Railroad Depot :n Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
apr2?-4 ," NO. 2 Cnion wnarvv!
.N L' W ? O Kl.
OLJ> il\*TN ufr^Oflif. AND ClIAjRLES
ESTABLISHED" 1 S4 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEU ANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Line will sail from Adger's Sooth
Wharf as follow'B : ,.
CHARLESTON,SATURDAY, April 2-fth,atloclock
4s7*luBurance }? per cent, by this Line.
aar" Through Eiiis of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Prsvldence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest market
Fpr Freight or Passage engagements, -apply ?
apro_JAMES AD ?ER A CO.
pACIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPY't
rsuoooa UNI TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above linc leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot ot Canals_
street. N?w York? at 12 o'clock noan, oi the 15th
and COtb of every month (except when the>?
dates fall on Sunday, then thc Saturday prcitu
All departures connect at Panama Witt steam?
ers for soath pa.-mc and Central Amerfton ports.
Departure of l.'.th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco nm of every month, except when it fails on
sunday ; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers tQucii at Havana, bu'
go direct rroiii New York to Aspic wall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other in formation appp
ut the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFUSK, on the
wharf foot of Canal Btrcet, North River, Nev.
\ork. F. K. BABY, Agent.
)E NORTH ED?STO, BEAUFORT ARD
The Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain
J. w. sly, will leave Central Wharf a_
for the above points every .MONDAT MOHM.SU, ut h u
o"cluck, and. ruturniug, will leave Beaufort every /
TUESDAY, at B o'clock A. M., and Etllsto at 8 P. M.
maru J. D. AIKEN, Agent.
JjXCU RSION TRIP.
Cn and after THURSDAY, April 6th, - _ ?OT-?w
the steamer ST. HELENA, Capi aie U.Js?SSBC
Sinclair, Jr., will leave as above, every auernuou.
at half-past fi o'clock, from Market Wharf, leaving
.vu: ivan's Island, on return, at a quarter-past ti
o'clock. Fare lor round trip, 25 cents.
?marSO, _J. H. MURRAY, Agent. '
Jp OR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer FI LOT BOY. Captain
J. W. Sly, will leave every TH?RS-_ _
DAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, as above. Keitmann,
will leave Beaufort Fia DAY MORNING, arr. a o'clock.
mar21 . J. D. AIKEN, Agent.
J10R FORT SUMTER, BATTERY WAG?
NER, FORT MOULTRIE, AND ALL OTHER
INTERESTING POINTS AROUND TUE
The'-Y?chr ELEANOR will leave Southern A.
Wharf every day a: io o'clock. Morning,SSS:
and half-past 3 o'rluck every Afternoon.
For arrangements, apply to Captain THOMAS
YOUNG, On boan' aprl3
?1 HANGE OF SCHEDULE.
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
On and after THURSDAY, April . ^T**^
Ctli, the follcrwxg schedule will bcummMf????&iLm
observed: " "
Leave city at 6.30 and io. A M., 3 and 5.30 P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at SA. M., 12M., 4.io ac d
0.30 P. M.
Leave Sullivan's Island st 7.30 and ll A M., 4
and 6.16 .P. M. ,
All Fr?tent moat be prepaid, and nrtne received
after half-past 2 o'dock. J. LI. MURRAY.
p OR LIY.ER.PO O L.
Tile Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON, Al, fl?
Jno. F. Fowler, Master, Having three-fourths fiH[
of ber cargo engaged, will bave dispatch.,.
Apply to Bf?fBY CARD.
apr26 ? '. . . ? . -- :
?OMMEBCIAL .LINE OF PACKETS
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON? S. C.
.The undersigned have made an ange
menta to ran a REGULAR LINE OF PTRST-'
CLASS VESSELS between New York and Chartes,
toa, S. Or
Insurance hy this Line guaranteed at lowest
rates. Vessels will load at Pier No. 28, East River,
New York, and discharge at Central Wharf,
Charleston, g. c. ; * ...
Annual Contracts for Freight from New York, at
reduced rates, can be made on application to
BENTLEY, MILLER A CO.,
5n: No. 84 South street, New York, .
Or - ... H. F. BAKER A CO.,
apr25-S Central Wharf, charleston, 8. 0.
'Bntli further notTce the Steamer - _?dr*?a.
EMILIE, Captain c. c. White, will jg?eSMSL.
leave Charleston every -WBDNWDAY NIGHT, at 9
o'clock, and Georgetown every FRIDAY MORNING,
at 8 o'clock.
For engagements apply on board, at Commer?
cial Wharf, or to
SHACKELFORD ft KFLLY, Agents,
apria-tnthB No. l Boyce's Wharf.
OR F LORIDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOB SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
< VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Thc Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
.L. M. COXETTER, will sail from,_
Southern Wharf for above points every TUKSDA-T
EvsKiNO.at 8.80 o'clock, arriving back at Charles
ton every SATURDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain DI B. Vincent,
will sall from Southern Wharf for above point*
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8.30 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleeton WEONESDAY AFTERNOON, at ?
RAVEN EL A CO.', Agents,
i octlO_Southern wharf.
Cigars, So.bacco, #c.
'lue undersigned. Proprietor of- "EMPEROR
WILLIAM CIGAR EMPOrtlUM," No. 810 King
street, three doors south of Society street, respect?
fully states to the Smoking, Gnewing and Snuf?
fing public, that ho has csscluded to offer extra
Inducements to Wholesale and Retail Consumers
of CIGARS, TOBACCO, SNUFF, AC, by disposing
Pf his Stock at such prices as to secure a large
and reliable trade. An extensive and complete
assortment of all articles In his line of business ls
kept constantly on. hand, giving a .facility of
ailing, without delay, all orders extended to him,
accompanied with ea9h. or draft dn responsible
houses in the city. Purchasers are requested to
examine lils perfect Stofk before trading else?
where. WM. SH??BER,
Proprietor ,o'f Emperor William Cigar Store.
g ? M ME R id A B Di N G.
AIKEN HOTEL, AIKEN,. S. C
The people of Charleston and vicinity ara re
spectinlly informed that.the above BOTEL, will be
open dnnng the summer of 1871 for the reception
of permanent and transient guests.
The rooms are large, airy and well furnished.
House and grounds Wen shaded.
The tables will be supplied with all the delica?
cies of the season. . j
Terms very moderate. >
For farther particulars address
CASE 4 LUONSBEBRY.
' .' Proprietors.
Good Livery attached to the House.
w"wi E X"K~T N G ,
MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER,
CORNER KINO ANO SOCIETY STRBBTS.
JJEEVES, BROWN ? V?N WICKLE,
WHOLESALE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
IX AIX KINDS OF
DOMESTIC FRUIT AND VEGETABLES
in tholr season.
. SOS. 16: and 163 CENTRE ROW,
WEST WASHINGTON MARKET,
RKFKKKKCSS,-S. A. Lambert, with Adolph
Nimitz. Commission and Forwarding Murehaut,
No. 209 East Bay, Charleston, s. c. apri3-3moa
PRODUCE CQMillSSION MERCHANTS,
No. 76 BARCLAY AND NO. 222 GREENWICH STRSBTS,
Receivers of Green and Driel FRUITS, Truck sad
all kinds oT Farm and Garden Produce1'.
Onr location and facilities for selling Fruits and
Vegetables are unsurpassed in New York.
Circulars and Marking Plates sent tree to Ship?
pers. AH correspondents und questions cheer?
RSFKIIKSCK.-C. H. Lulen th al, Tobacconist.
Jg^ B . C A R P B N T E R ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 72 BROAD STREET,
Charleston,. S. C.,
Win Practice tn the State and Federal Courts,
?TTA B L ?IT?TE \D~ 1 8 Ti
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR A CO.,
(Successors to Cameron A Co.,)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, Ac. Ac.
Corner East Bay and Pritchard streets, near the
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MANUFACTURE-H S OF
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
M.-.rine, Stationary and Portable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shafting, Pulleys aud Gearing
Iron Fronts for Buildings
Castings of every kind in Iren or Brass
Forgings ol every description.
*y Gusrantee to furnish Engines and Boilers
of as good quality and power, and alas low rates
asean be nad In New York, Ram:nore or Phil?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, wiilch are rut on a.l Engine? made at
<a* Kenall promptly attended io.
UPiiAJU'S ANTIDOTE FUR STRONG
A SCRE CURE FOKtDRWKENNESS.
One Dollar a Lottie. Sent by man, jioeicgt
raid, on receipt of price.
The Antidote is the Lest remedy that can bc
administered in Maina-a-Potu, and also for all
For sale by Dr. H. BAER.
'' i 0.131 Meeting street,
cr.f trent mr Sonth intolli??.
"QR. BXNG^ . PILE REMEDY.
For sale try DR.H. BAER.
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS) GROCERY
TEA "WA E H O US E.
BTBADQUABTEBB FOB SELECTED DAIBY BUTTER '
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
. . '.* :. ' ,. _ i ..... ?. w. . ,- .-.
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, Min
BISCUITS, Ac., Ac.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KBEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY. 1
AND VERY OLD -
SUCCESSOR TO . .
WILLIAM S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 376 KING STREET,
WHOLESALE AJST> RJ3XAEL. DEALER y,
" -?B io vrvsi; - J::
Fine Teas, Coflf?es, Sugars Provisions, Spices. &c?
II Eil METI CA LL Y SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, 4C
AB articles Hold from this establishment are of the VERY BEST. QUALITY and WARRANTED
Booda lellvered to all pane of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.'
EVER/E.BEDFORD. 1 SEND. FOR A 4JAS. 8. MARTIN.
JEO. H. GRUBER. f CATALOGUE. j WM. 0. MOOD, ?Mi
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
(OF CHARLESTON, S. C. , . ,:
F. J. PORCHER, President. ? P. J. PELZES, Treasurer.
W. LEBBY_.W. P. HALL.L. D. D?SAUSSUEE.... .8. G. PINCKNEY
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES ARE NOW BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON
4SHLEY RIVER, nnder the direction of an experienced and Practical Chemist. The Company ln
:end this to be a first class Fertilizer, and ene which can he recommended to Planters,
THE COMPANY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
.A. CI ID F H OSP ? A. "T E
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
Thia props ration ls highly recommended by .Chemists,- ?as with lt Planters are enabled to mace
heir own Fertilizers. ? . . . ?.?
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE ls sold at $50 perton cash, or -- on.time, with Interest at tnt rate
A one per cent, per month. , . .'..'" '. ' . .
The ACID PHOSPHATE ?B sold at $85 per,ton cash, or-, on Ume, with Interest at the Mite ol
sue per cent, per month. . , ...
P?LZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec31-4m03 BROWS'S WHARP, CHARLESTON', S. C. ,
Oil) CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOB SALK BY
E. E. BEDFORD, King street, .
C. D. AHREN8 & CO., King streeu
B. FELDMANN i; CO., King street,
And by Droggisis and Grocers everywhere.
ESTIMO N I A L S.
Read a Tew or the Testimonials In record to the
EFF1GACV ui thal STERLING MEDICINE,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
A few CenIGcaiesfrom the many in our posses?
sion from persons who have tested the
OLD OA BOLINA BITTEBS:
FROM THE POSTMASTER AT TUMBLING
SHOALS, S. C.
Tc M s LIN (? SHOALS, S. C.. April 9.1870.
Messrs. GOODRICH, WIKBMAX SC CO., Charleston,
Gentlemen-This 19 to inform you that about a
j ear ago 1 was ;n delicate health, worn cut with
bid age and hard work, weigning one hundred
and twenty live pounds; upon request 1 com?
menced using Hie OLD CAROLINA BITTERS. Af
ter using uice bottles, 1 fcjt as well and vim ous
as tinny years ago-went to work ami made
money. 1 weighed, after using the above, one
hundred and seventy-two pounds, 1 have since
neen st ron? and hale. Accept, gentlemen, m;
thanks, and success say I to the OLD CAROLINA
(Signed) RANSOM PHILLIPS, P. M.,
Tumbling Shoals, S. C.
FROM ANDREW CHAM HERS. 1RW1NTON, GA.
IKWINTUN, GA., september 'JA, 1809.
Messrs. COODWCH. WINEMAN A CO.:
GentYmeu-.Wueii in your city, two weeks ago.
vour Dr. Service gave me a oottleof your cele
bra i ed CAROLINA BITTBltS. which 1 lirought
liome for my fal her, whose health waa very feeble.
After using lt he was ra well pleased with it*
effects, thai hf considers Hiern almost indispensa?
ble. Please Hud enclosed sixteen, (SIG.) the price
of two cuses: direct them W. J. Chambers St son.
No. 18. C. R. lt. yours, very respectfully,
(Signtd) ANHKhVV CUAMttEKS.
ANOTHER VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
Fmrr \ ALLEY. GA.. scptemberlS, 1889.
Messrs. (?OODHICII. VVJKEHASA CO., Charleston:
Geulkinen-1 take creat pleasure in informing
you that mv wife has experienced great her.eflt
from the use of the ?IA? CAROLINA GITTERS,
lt i.s certainly a g?t?i medicine, and 1 wouKIl .
pleased if you wumd send me anni her dozen un
med.ately. Respectfully. Ac,
(sipnedi .INO. A nou??R.
Sold by ul. Druggists m Charleston. The trade
G OUI Mt I CH. WI NEMAN A CC,
Principal Tfc'pnr. No. a Havnesneet
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR TBE*'
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
H. BISCHOFF &. CO.,
H. KLATTE A CO..
J. A. QUACK EN BUSH,
WACENER A MO'NSEES,
MANTO U 2 Ai CO.
DEATH TO RATS.
3 OX ES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold at Wholesale by
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS,
And at reta: ny all Druggists. leol-omo
mHE SOUTH CAROLINA!: LAND AND
J. IMMIGRATION ASSOCIATION"
The undersigned have entered, into an associa*
Uon for Die purpose of introducing IMMIGRANTS"
INTO sou ru CAROLINA, and prodnclDg homer
for Ute same. ;
They propose to establish Agencies in the prin?
cipal ol tie? or Europe,'and In the Non h abd the
Northwest, ami assist Immigrants In coming ta.
our 6i atc .where they have nomos provided, and
aid I hem In becoming permanent Bettlers upon
They request their friends throughout the State
to place such of their Lands and Real Estate at
their disposal as will make suitable homes for Im?
migrants at the lowest credit prices, say for a pe?
riod of five years, which the undersigned win CA?.
tenate to advertise and sell, charging the own?
ers a reasonable commission for the sale.
Circulars will be prepared and distributed ex?
plaining more In detail oar plans. . *
CENTRAL.OFFICE ACADEMY UF MUSIC,
Corner King and Market streets,
CBABinroif, so. CA.
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY A CO. .
Gen. Wade Hampton, Bon. Sames Chesnat,
Hon. J. P. Carroll, Gen. Juc. 8. Preston,
Uon. ti. F. Perry, Gov. A. G. Magrath, /
Gov. M. L. Hon nain. Hon. tv. D. Simpson,
Gen. Johnson H ac oed, Andrew simon ns. Esq.,
Hon. Armi8tea<f Burt, Hon. Geo. A. Treuholm,
Uon. J. B. Campbell, Gov. Juo. L. Manning.
1845* ^jjOBELJ MUTUAL. 184*
NEW YORK LIFE
INSURANCE COP. PANY.
18 4 tt.Or g an ixe <i.........l 643
. THOMAS FROST,
Genera: Agent, No. 54 Broad street.
DOUBLE LOOK ELASTIC STITCH.
This ts the most simple and reJIaMe Two Thread
Sewing Machine in the world, lt a?ws direct
from two threads, and is $15 less than any -other
flrst-cluB-i ?sewing Machine. Samples can bo seen
at Nu. 155 MEETING STREET, opposite Cnarleti
ton Hot' i. >o:c Agent for the State. Sub-agents
wanted ihroujrh Hie Slate. Address W. S. BIS
SELL, churn sion. Abo agents fur Borne shume
Hand Machine. $-5. aprl-tuthscmos
WEED-' FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCB
are the best In usc
For adie on ihe Lease Plan, wita monthly pay
?cents, on e.wy terna, or lor caan. AU ainu? u,
Machine mtjcnineiita, Needle?, Coltou, iwnite
..ila-.-lt and i-eloreri.) ?UK, Gil, boa?, Ac, A?.
Repairing a* usual, circulara and wimples o
'ion: <*L't ?u application.
l?eiieic" ! valer in FlrM- Cutas ?sewiug ai?
cmucv ann Material, No. 30* KIUK stree*,
uuai" Oniirieaton. S. G
J^ONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!!
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now oflered
to the pubilc. are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of the world to be the most Perfect, Sa?
urai Artificial i.elp to tho tinman eye ever known.
They ere ground under their own supervision,
from minnie Crystal Pebbles, melted together,
and den 'e their name. "Diamond,11 on account
of their hardness and brilliancy. *
The selenitic principle on which they are- con?
structed bruins the core or centre of Die lens d'
ectly in front <if the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, seen as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others In use.
They are mourned in the an est manner, in
fromes of the best quality, of all materials used
for that purpuse. Their flnlsh and durab?lty can
uot be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearing their
trude mark stamped on every frame.
JAM K? ALLAN,
Dealer In Watches, Jewelry,
Sterling silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street,
tsi-stuthlyr Charleston ,S. C..
JgXCTJBSION /TO SAVANNAH.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. .
CHARLESTON, s. a, J?pnT?," 18711' J
, For the weeK commencing SIT?TDAT, April 30,
and ending; SATUB??T, May ?, wu Excursion
Tickets will be sold to and iron Savannah a -
ONE DOLLAR EACH WAY. - ^
' No extra expen e e n or ch arge? lor berths, Ac.
Tickets good outil May 8, Wi. . : .
Trains leave Charleston daily at.:....... 8.80 A M.
Trains leave Savannah daily at..li.u A M.
Trains arrive st Savannah dally at.... s P. M.
Trains arrive at Charleston dally at.... 5.20 P. M.
For Extra Trains, to accommodate large par?
ties at other hojA, apply to Agent. .
(SlgnedjT . , .., c. 8. GADSDEN, ,
- Engineer ettd'Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLST#N; Oeoeral Ticket Agent
SCHEDULE OF CA?P-MEETING TRAIN
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Persons going to Camp-Meeting ax Ladson'e
Road, on TDKSD>Y, WXDNKHDAY and THOR SD AT,
will take the Regalar Day Passenger Trains at
8.20 A. M., 12.50 P. M., 7.10 P. M. and 8*60 P. 4L>
and Summerville Train at 4.80 P. M. Retnrnlng,
leave Ladson's at 7.18 A M., 2.20 P. y. and Aw
P.M. :-" -: . ? ? : :
Oar FRIDAY the regular Camp-Meeting Train,
will leave the Passenger Depot as follows: .
Leave Charleston at 0.80 A M. and ?20 P. M.
Leave Ladson's at 1L80 A M. and'4.45 ?. M;
. SATURDAY:' '"' .
Leave Charleston at 9.30 A. M., 2.30 P. M. and 8.30
Leave* Ladson's at 11.30 AfM., 4.45 P. M. and 10.10
, . .P.M. r-.i .:. : .. . JJ - ?
. . . . SUNDAY. . J: :
Leave Charleston at b.bo A M., 8.30 A M., 9.80 A, -
. M. and 2.20 P, M. . : . .
Leave Ladson's at 7.46 A M., 10.20 A M., 11.30 A. '
M., 6 P. M. and e.80 P. M.
. MONDAY. . . ft
Leave Ladson's at 7.15 A M. and ut P. M.
ATTI ie at Charleston en 9 A.M. and e.10 P. M.
.Trains win ?eave Line street Depot.: Tickets
must be purchased before getting on the train. . s
. - 'A; L. TYLER, vice-President. '
S. B, PICHEN B, G. T. A. _apr?6-6
OU TH CAROLINA EAILEOAD.
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1 '
CHARLESTON, S. O;, January 18,1871. J
On and after SUNDAY, January 22,. the Passen?
ger Trains on jin? ?oatu arjuna Railroad will
mr u3 follows: "- ' . '" .
FOB A no CST A. '
Leave Charleston...12.50 P. M.
Arrive at Angosta.8.1AP. M?
i ' '? roa COLUMBIA.
Leave Cnarlestcn. .-.20 A. M. -
Arrive at Columbia .3.40 P. M.'
.'. aUT" '._ " FOB ?AEiXSTON.
Leave Augusta...-.. T.-IOAM.
Arrlye. at. Charlest?n I'.....,....!.3.20 P. M..
Leave Columbia.'. i. v.........-_....... 12.16 P. BC
Arr rive at Charleston. ;. A.i^7:60. P. H*J
AOOOBTA-NIGH! KXTKKeS. . . . -
iSundays excepted.) '?
Leave Charleston..-. sVSO P. M. '
Arrive at Augusta.......-fr........ 7.C4C JL
Leave Augusta.............:........... 5.50 P. M.
:ArUve.at Charleston...?1. 6.40A. M.
' OOLTTMBIA HIGHT EXPRESS.
' i. ft* . iv(8andays excepted.)-J ? -?
i Leave Charleston..'*.a, 7.10 P. HV>
! Arrive at Columbia.COOA. *Lr
Leave Columbia...:.'. "so P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.e.45 A. M.
, ri U li ?KR VIIAK THAIN.
Leave Charlea ton. ............... v...... 4 ?0 P. M.
Arri ve at Summerville..6.00 P. M.
Leave Summerville..................... 7.00 A M..
Arrive at Charleston. '8.16 A M. f
-; . ? CAMDEN BRANCH.-,.
Leave Camden..?':.'.......'6.00 AM..
Arrive at OolumlSfa:.'. ................'.. .10.40 A. M.'
Leave Columbia. 1.25 P. M..
ArrlTe at tiamden. .6.00 P. Mf
Day and Night Trains Hake close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Kallroad and central.
Railroad. ' " " . "
Night Train connect* wi th Macon and Augusts
Colombia Night Train connects w nh Greenville, -
and Conimbla ItaTnwu.
. Camden Truln connects dally with Day Passen-'
ger Trains. '
SAVANNAH ARD C??RLESTON RAfl7
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally a?'
follows: ?? ??? .? ? .>
Leave Charleston......6.C0A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.....^.:.'..'IL 16 A. AL
Arrive at Charleston.6.20 p. ii.
Connects at Savannah with tho Atlantic & Gall
Railroad for Jacksonville, Su Angus une, and all
points in Florida.
Wrtn Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta; Mo?
bile. New orleans and the West. ' ?'?
With Stieamboata??Qr pointa on tte Savannah
At Charleston-with ther Northeastern and Sooth
Carolina Railroads, and Steamship? for all point?
North and West. >
Through Tickeu over tins Une on sale at Hotels
La charleston; Screven House, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket ofhcea North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all point? beyond. >
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
- Tantras low as by ay other line.
0. S. GADSDEN,
. oct: Engineer and superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871^
Tratns leave-Charleston Dally ut'-?s1 M. aad
P. M. " " . . 'hi
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A M. (Mondays ex
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
Train does hot leave Charleston 6:30 P. M., Sn?.
DAYS. _ : .* ' '
Train leaving at-12 M. makes jhrough connoc
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acacia
Creek only, going tnrongh in 42 boui-s, wrrnuCT
DETENTION ON S CN DATS.
Pusscngers leaving by 6:30 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Ballimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over oh SUNDAY tn Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SON.
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
This is the cheapest, qulckestund most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other iiolnts
West and Northwest, both Trains making -close
connections at.Washington with Western trains
ol Baltimore and Jhlo Railroad. ,
S. S. SOLOMON'S,
3 Engineer and Superintendent.s
P. L. CLEAPOB, General Ticket Agent.
febll-l-.'nioe _-'- _
Qrrlg5, OT li emir als. v^f.
ROS AD ALIS is the best Blood
ROS AD ALIS, a sure cure for
EOSADALIS, endorsed by
ROS AD ALIS, a potent remedy
ROSAD ALIS, a Remedy tried
ROS AD ALIS, the best Altera
RCS AD ALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. PCCH, ol Baltimore.
Dr. THOa. J. LU Y Ki N, or Baltimore.
Dr. A. DCRGAN. of Taroom'. N. C.
Dr. J. S. ?SPARKS. of ??cliohcvile, Ky.
Ur. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, or Philadelphia.
Dr. J. L MccARTHA, of South Carolina
and many utners. See ROSA DA LIS ALMANAC
endors-d by Rev. DABNEY BALL, now of Mary?
land coh.'rieuce, formerly Chaplain 10. the Con?
federate Ai my of Northern Virgmia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one and the same time upon the BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS aud all tile SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling all Impure matter and building ap the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS, ) Whoieeale
GOODRICH, W1NEMAN A CO., Agent? In
Dr. H. BABB, ) Charleston,