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HAVANA-Per sehr W K Steele-loo ?bis molas?
ses and general cargo. To M J Quintero.
BARCELONA-Per Spanish barfcentine Joven
Marla-438 nales upland cotton.PerSpanUh
brig Ermeslnda-310 bales upland cotton.
Ssw YORK-Per steamship Charleston-13 bags
Bea island and 277 bales upland couon. ns bales
yarn, Ac. 40 bids rosin, 145 tierces rice, 49 bundles
paper, 157 packages sundries. 144 empty bbls, 770
packages vegetables, ?c, ser's 30,000 feet of lum?
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-127 tierces
rice, 4 bales uplacd cotton, 31 bales domestics, 65
bbls dried fruit, 236 bbls rosin, 20 cask3 clay, l
bhds and 6 bales hides. 5 rolls leather, 65 bbls
new potatoes, i4,ooo feet lumber, and sundries.
Tbe Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NBWS. 1
SATURDAY EVBNINQ, AprU 1571.1
COTTON.-The market was characterized by a
fair inquiry at generally steady and unchanged
rates. Sales about 500 bales, say 4 at 7,4 at 9,8
at io, 34 at lix. 30 at 12, 26 at 12ft 2 at 13, 35 at
13%, 120 at 13%, 7 at 13%, 12 at 13%, 48 at 14,16 at
14%, 6 at 14?, 125 on private terms. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.H%?i3%
RICE.-This graiu wa3 held firmly. Sales 125
tierces of clean Carolina, say 18 tierces inferior at
7,32 at s%, io at 8 3-16, 5 at 8%c fl lb. We quote
common to fair at 7%@8%, good S}?@S%c.
NAVAL STORES-The market was quiet and
without transactions of note.
FnaianTS.- To Liverpool, by steam direct,
nominal on uplands ; via New York, %d
on upland; ; ld on sea islands ; by sal),
%d on upland?, Md on sea islands. Tc
Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New Fork,
by steam, %o on uplands and vc cu sta
Islands; fi 25* tierce on rice;by Eail,%: fiftc:.
ootton;-fl tierce on rice: 10c fi barrel on rosin
$7@s ? M on lumber; $9?10 fi M on timber. Tc
Boston, by sail, %c ft ? on upland cottoii
To Providence, by sail $5 ft M on boards, Kt
ft lb oa cotton; by steam $1 fl baie on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, %c fi lt
on uplands; by sail, $7 fi M on boards; $9 on
amber; $3 fl ton on clay, asd?3?3 50 cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, %c ft h> by
ia::, $3 5097 fi M on boards; $3@3 26 ft ton ot.
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
onr merchants to lake lamber freights irtm
Georgetown, s. C., narien and Satiila River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern ports, and $u
012 fl M are the rates on lumber and boards.
Exeu AN ay.-Starlin g 60 day tills 2i%@2l%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The banta purchase
sight checks at % on to par, and sell at % pre?
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, April 20 - Noon.-Consols 93>i.
American securities quiet and steady. Sixty
NEW YORK, April 29-Noon_Gold steady at
H3?'all>i'. Governments very Him but dull.
Stocks very active, but not so unite strong as a;
opening. Money steady at o per cent. Ex?
change, long 10;short 10?,'. Freights dnll.
Evening.-Money easy at 3a4 on governments,.
Exchange 10al0%. Gold li%all%. Governments
firm. Sixty-twos, sixty-fours, sixty-sixes, old,
aMu: % better at the close. Sixty-twos 14%.
States very dull. The great event of the week In
Wall street was the break In the stock market
during the early day, and the sharp recovery
towards the close. (?overaraents very firm all
day ; sixes very strong-advanced abouts since
opening; eighty-ones 11%; slaty-twos 14%; sixty
fturs 14%; new 13; sixty-sevens 13; sixty eights
13; ten-lonies 9%. Tennessee bonds better in
prices, but not much doing. Tennessees 67%;
new 67%. Virginias 68?; new 72. Louisianas 67;
new C2; levee sixes 70; eights 84. Alabama
eights 100; fives 70. Georgia sixes 82; sevens 89.
North Carolinas 47%; new SSM. South Carolinas
"Otnew "0. Freights rather heavy.
NEW ORLEANS, April 29.-Sterling, bank 22ft
New York sight % premium. Gold ll%.
LIVERPOOL, April 29-Noon. - Cottcn opened
quiet and steady; uplands 7%d, Orleans 7%d;
eales 10,000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton closed dnl!; uplands T%fl, Or?
leans 7%d; sales lo,0CO bales, ol which speculators
and exporters took 3000.
NEW YOHK, April '?9-Noon.-Cotton unchanged ;
middling 15% c; sales 20C0 bales.
Evening.-Cotton easier; Bales 2513 a: 14%c for
BOSTON, April29.-Cotton dull; middlings 163ia
15%c; net receipts 29 bales; gross 22; sales 40u;
BALTIMORE, April ?9.-Cotton, steady and in
fair demand; middlings l4%c; net reeeipts iou j
bales; cross 215; exports coastwise 200; sales 675;
NORFOLK, April ?9.-Cotton quiet; low mid?
dling 13c; net receipts 297 bales; exports coast?
wise 558; sales GO; suck 2944.
WILMINGTON, April 29.-Cotton steady; mid?
dlings l3%c; net receipts 87 bales; sales 2.; stock
SAVANNAH, April 29.-Cotton firm ; middling 14c;
net receipts 766 bales; sales SOO; stuck 45,416.
AUGUSTA, April 29.-Cotton quiet aud un
changed at T3%al3%c for Liverpool middling;
sal?s S85 bales; ecelpts 70. 1
MOBILE, April -29.-Cotton quiet and steadv;
middling l4%c; net receipt* ?io bales; tales loob;
NEW ORLEANS, April 29.-Cotton steady and in
fair demand; middling I4%al4%c; net receipts
1949 bales; gross ?023: exports to Havre 2509: to
Malaga 502; to Barcelona 100; to Vera Cruz 470;
coastwise 1483; su les 7ouo; stock 172,655.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS. ' j
NEW YORK, April 2'.'-Noon.-Flour steady.
Wheat firmer and very quiet. Oom lc better.
Pork steady: mess ?18. Lird quiet at Hall'?c.
Turpentine du. 1 at 48c. Rosin quiet and firm at
$2 40 for strained.
Evening.-Flours slade firmer at $6 55a7 for
common to fair extra Southern; $7 05a9 for good
TO choice. Wheat a sha& Himer at ?1 47al 50;
new spring Si tv.it 53 Cern scarce; la.'c better;
76a73c for mixed Western bfloar. Pork more ac?
tive and armer: mess $18 a7;ii8 50. Btef qnler.
Lard quiet and steady at ll%al!%c for ll tam;
lix for kettie. Naval stores quiet and Arm.
CINCINNATI, Apili 29.-Flour in geed demand
at full price*. Com firm Rt S7c. Provisions ex
cited and stock withdrawn, anticipating higher
prices. Bacon held at 7%e; shoulders y%.t:oc;
sides %c le.-s. Mess pork held at SIS T5.tl9.
Lard ile. Tobacco firm aud in lair demand.
Whiskey steady and in moderate demand at "-Sc.
NEW OFLEANS. April '29.-Klou- du 1 ano nomi,
nai: superfine %i> 65ai 75; double itt 37: treble
$9 TOacf&o. com easici ; mixed TOJ71C; white 72a
7ic. Outs in demand aral easier; r>:. Louis 80a
Ole: prime OSatMc chulee 65c. Mess pork in bet?
ter demand aud tinner at $19. Bacon dull and
nominal at7%, 9%al0%c; hann 15al5%c. Croce
rles unchanged. Whiskey, dull and uLcimnged.
New Torie Klee ?Harket.
From the Journal of Commerce. April 27 : The
market ia s'eady, with t::e us::a. jobbing trade lu
both foreign and domestic. We quote Carolina ut
*??i?9',i<:, aed Kargen:? at 7a7i4c.
From ?he fiera T?ie marne: was steady, with
only a small demand :or Rangoon st 7?7%r.per
lb, with sales cf 200 b;.^?,lc lot*, within in? r-n^e.
The recent advance in the Southern marker im?
parted a firmer tcne to the marget for Car. I na.
and a fair demand prevailed. We note sales of
100 tierces Carolina, partly :o arrive, at from S*?a
From *he Dally Bulletin. April 2S: The market
is quiet but still generally firm on ail grades, and
no excess of stock Olftring. Sales of 25 rcs Caroli?
na at 8%a9%c, and ?'. ? bugs Rangoon at 7n7%.
From the Journal of Commerce: Tue business is
very moderate tooloy, but email supplies give
steadiness to :h-2- mai ker. We notice sales ol 2uo
bags Rangoon at 7J7%C currency, and 25 threes
Carolina at 8%a9%e.
New York Naval Stores Market?
From the Journal ol Commerce. April ?>>: T!:e
market is ;u the baye 8" favor, wita a further t*e
c'ino in pr:c =. T: ere ia a fair amount 01 stock
ottering boih aere and to arrive, but v is dlnlciilt
to place oihcr titan sma.d lt ts. We quote n er
chsutable lots oiTcrlcg at 49c, with sale? of 75 bbls
at that price, a::d -.o bt-is. ?u private terms.
Rosins-the n:.u-:~r is very much unsettled for
strained. Ti.ire was lit ile or nu chipping demand
at'.he opening, and KU important decline was
admitted; bm later cons ?eral le inquiry started,
favored by an tas.u- might market, and some
free sales were made, minored lu the e.\tntor
POOO bb:-., strained and No. 2 selling at from
23?.:.. to $240. Strained* cl? sed with $-2;?T<- bid.
We quote Nc. 2 :.t f-2 J5a2 t'"-: No. 1 35a4: ivie
$4 25a4 50; extra pale ; Gat 50.
Colarafcas Cutten Harket.
COLUMBUS 'Mil Cft- Friday the demand was
principally ft '.ter grades, which are scarce;
sales II* b.'.;.s u? :!.?. following li,i'.;re ;: Infenor 6
tf>c ordinal y l??io%, good ordinary 11 & k.w
mlddllug 12%, ttiiddiits iSal3%, good middling
13??. Sale? of the week-^45 oales-235 on Euro?
pean orders, 0 Northern account, 290 ?or Normera
spinners, 120 for home cou*um Hon, ?00 lot Mo?
bile. Week's receipts 355 bales, agninst 541 the
previous or.e, and 8?t? the corresponding w?:ek la-t
seajon. Shipments 4i-s bala*.
WEEK LT SATF.VJENT.
Stock on hand September 1, 1870_ 7,572
Received past week. 355
Received previously. 71,008-71,363
Shipped past week. 418
Shipped previously. 66,072-67,0-90
New York Hay Market.
From the Dall; Bulletin, April 26 : Receipts 17S0
bales. The demand for shipping ls light, and bu?
siness, has been restricted to-day by the damp
weather. Prices for the best are steady at $116,
bnt holders are very willing sellers at this price,
and generally a Vttle time will be given If requir?
ed. Retail ls ailing fairly, especially the better
grades, which are not plenty. Straw ls In a little
better snpply, bnt not sn tn de nt to meet the de?
mand, and former prices arc steady.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, April 26.-Middlings 13c; sales 67'
. UNION. April 27.-16 bales sold during the weeK.
Martet opened on Monday at H3?C, closed to day
MONTGOMERY, April 29.-Cotton unchanged;
low middlings 13c.
SELMA, April 23.-There were sales yesterday
to the amount or lGCTbales. Middling 13J?al4c,
low middlings 13, strict good ordinary 12>?c. De?
mand fair, Offerings light.
Montgomery Cotton Statement.
MONTGOMERY, April 28.
Stock on hand September 1, 1870.1.075
Received past week. 620
Shipped past week. 970
Stock on hand April 27, 1571.8,101
Augusta Cotton Statement.
Receipts present season to date.155,549
Receipts from September 1, ist"9, to April
Stock on hand Septem 1er 1, 1570.1,444
Receipts since to date.169,549
Exports and home consumption-172,321
StocK on hand to day (Friday, 29)... 18,972
WILMINGTON. April ?9.-SPIRITS TUE PEN
TINE.-Sales or 74 casks at 43c per gallon for
ROSIN.-Sales or 993 ob's at $1 75 for strained,
$2 for extra No. 2, $2 50 ror low No. 1, $4 for low
pale, $5a< 50 for pale, and $Cab 50 ror window
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales or lil bbls. at $4 20
for virgin, ?3 ror yellow dip and$2 ror hard.
TAR.-Sales or 117 bbls. at Si 00 per bbl.
COTTON.-Sales o? 72 bales as rollo ws: 6 at 10;=. 13
at llh?t 23 at 13, 20 at iZii and io at 13&oper
HAVANA, April 22.-Thc sugar market has teen
more favorable to holders than buyers, and thc
latter have realized from }? to ;i ri. per arrobe for
all classes, according to (.ar classification, and
sales have conrormed by sales here or 26,500 boxes.
Quotations Arm, and tendency to advance a small
fraction, ror whites thrungli at $6.'?a7?? per li 0
lb6; yellow do Nos 13 to 20 at $6J(a6Jj do; browns
do Nos ll and 12 at S5.Vnt?;? do; cucuruchos do,
Nos 7 tu io at $4?,'a4ji do; centrifug?is, Nus io o
12 at ??.'u'aSJi. Musvovadoes, little do- .?, quiet:
small sales have been made on the co ?; luir to
good refining at $4>t'a4X. Molasses tug?is-salts
KOS S to 10 at $4 1-16*4 5-16.
Shipments hence and from Matanzas dorina
the wecE-24,720 bxs. and-'48S5 bilda, of w: Ich to
the Culled States 10,779 bxs aud 43S8 hildy,
balance to European pons, lea vi u g stocka o?.
hand eqnal to, jot l porta Included. 422,207 bxs
and 20,593 hhds, against, for same period of the
year 1870, of 002,779 bxs and 29,317 hhds.
In other produce wc have nothing sew to
state, and very little business.
Ksutlpts by ito. Uro a .I. April ?lt.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
378 bales cotton, 34 bales goods, 50 sacks or
flour, 600 bushels Iran, 1C0 sacks oil meal. To
Railroad Agent, 0 o Wilie, G ll Walter k co. c
Lelbenwood, A S Smith, L ? Chapman, Prizer.
Rodgers A co, J A guackenbr.sh, W W Smith, J C
Mallonc, Smith A- Chapeau, ShacKdford A Ke'ly,
iMurdaugn A Mathews. Frost .fc Adger, ? Folilu.
wc Courtney A co. Johnston. Crews A co, A b
Mulligan, Mowry A Son, Sloan A ."-eiguious, Han
A co. P B Lalane k co, Geo W Williams k co, W B
Smith A co, Macqueen A; Rle.ke, Wlss k co, Jo::n
Campsen & oe, G A Trenholm A Son, J Adger. &
co, D A Amine, Tlcdeman. Calder A co. J H Vol
?ers, O Tidetnann A co, Otto F Wi.ters, Watson
Hir, Walker, Evans k Cogswe !.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD. .
Cotton, live stock, lumber, i aval store?, rough
rice, peas, mdse. 4c. Tu J christopher, W C bee
A co, Barden A Parker, F D C Kracke, Stedens.
Werner t Ducker, KUnck, W-nkcnberg k co, T P
Smith, L F Behilng, H bulwlultle A co, J B gardy,
J L Greenhouse.
Fer steamship Charleston, for New York
Mrs Capt Berry, Capt F W Dawson, Capt J Ama
zee.T, c B Hallcek. W li Caere/ and wife, Mrs S
JohcsoD. Miss E B Johnson, Mrs C Hemmelrich,
.Miss M Hemmelrich. Mrs Dr Von Turins and two
children, Mrs Richardson, Mrs Sutherland, Mr J
Cummlnger and vile. II Reed. F Johanmg. Mrs E
Griffith. Miss Griffith, Miss L Giiffllh, Miss U P
Griffith, Mrs Jackson and maid, A ll U LcRoy and
wire, Mis Pratt, Miss Pratt, CW Binns. A J J.a
farce, G W Bernard and wife, S Jacobs, G W Dike,
W P Ackerman, A Lyman, J Hotchkiss and wife,
CA Thompson aud wife, W Reid and wife, J R
Wine, wire and child, V Poocher, wife ond two
childrm, J Barrett and wife, A R Jaques nnd wife,
Mrs G W Dike. Miss L Dike. Mrs W S Byles, Mrs
Mrs Backeldnr. Miss Sltley, Miss S Dreyrus, J Har?
tigan, A Stalks, J S Sieepee. F slocum, F M Mur
chirtBon, B F Campbell. J Bronson, wife child and
nips.-, W W Field aud wire. Mrs E R Miller and
children, R Redman, Miss L E liaseil, Miss Ring
man, J Buddiug?eld, R Mowheay. Miss Mowheay,
Miss M Fitzpatrick, Miss A Connoly, Miss Clancey,
Miss K Henley, Mrs M Agen, Miss A Smith, Miss
N (Ub-:on, Mrs B Han'en, Mrs M Ellard, T Robin?
son, F We6ton, Mrs H Mitchell, G E Buer, J Dog
erty, J Viuceut, T Proctor, C Newman, aud others
In steere ge.
Ter steamship Georgia, from New York-A S
Hale. M its M Grant, .ino J Cox, Miss J Cox, P Als
good, J C Uaniand, U Grafts, R Karevelsi, Miss F
Meyer. Miss J Meyer, M F Meyer, P McCarty, Mrs
McCartv, P J Mcculloch, wife aud child, W McEl
mojle, J B McEihose, Miss Booth, W M Bellotti, V
Fisher, J M Brawlev, Jr, E M Crews, E M Brayden,
G Kc-itz, J R Sparrow, W W Johnson, L R Gibbs,
MisK-s S and Cry well, Master M Crowell, Miss Wal?
den. Master Speece, Mr and Mis Johnson and two
children. M Kennedy.
Per steamer Dictator. Irom Talatka via Jack*
ti uville. Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs Buck.
Mrs- Bigelow, L Blum and servant, Mr Mayer. Mr
Mitchell, Dr Ballard and wife, J D stickney, VV K
Rossetter and wife. Mr Cordi's and wire, ?rs Dr
Royal and family, Dr Clifford and wile. Mr Relin
and wifp, t. Conen. Miss Cohen. Miss 7. icharias, J
Ridel), Miss starkly, G W Tltcomb, J M Coolidge,
ll Berilo, w P Simon,W ii Krause, ll Leland, Miss
Dooly; Miss A-Kobiuton, Maj Twining, Mr Pappy,
and 13 deck.
HUON S IHASES.
:...; \..;. 4 ,:. 5 hours, 40 imuutcf?. evea.nc.
i- -?. Quarter; nth, 9 hems. 8minutes.morning.
Nev Moon. 19th shonr. 25rainutcs, morning.
Fir?i Quarter, -7:h. 7 hours. ISailnufcd. morning.
6: -.v unlay.
5.. ? !
AiA lil SUS XE.I S
5..19 i 4..34
2..51 J 5..27
ri>rs. , c.:J
3..39 I ?.. 1
9.. G I 8..GO
10..15 I 9..30
CHARLESTON, S. C.MAY 1, 1871.
Lat 82 ileg 45 min 33 s-.-e. Lon 71 dog 07 min 27 sec.
.Steamship Georgia, ("rowell, New York-left 26tli
inst. Mdse. To Wagner, i luger .t co. W A courtc
uav. .1 K Adser i io. J D Aiken, Adams, Damon
A co, II Arnat, J archer, .'i & A Ashton. Bennett
A eo. T M Hri.-ioil k cu. Cu iniann Liv.-. Ii Boyd, E
T Biown. W S UlsseU. Wm M Bird .'. co. E E ile -
ford. M J Booth, F C B mer. Ii A K, E Bales k co.
J c Bodell, G s Cook, Mr* conlon. T M?Cater.JC li
Clausen, Cameron. Baikley k co. R D.iiy, Crane,
Boyisu.n A cc u Cohen k co, E R Cowpertirwair,
J Commins, Dowte. Moise A Davis. J il Dawson,
Elias Bro-, E lson k Bro. D F Fleming k cu Jun s
Pauly A co, F..rsv.he, hlcCouib k Co. B Foley. G
Fi? li?. FurcligoD, Benedict * co. J ll Graver A co,
Gourdin, Young k Frost, Gootlrlch, Wlueman .t
i o, c Gravely, s Gadsden. T Ga n?s, H tieplis
A co. Mrs G :il w >v. F K Houston, G S Hacker. J
W Harrisson. Hart & co, T M Horsey* Bro. 1 li
Hali A i o. Ilarbtsou. Kohat*** ii ok House, Jo.in
ston, cr-ws a co, Xlitck, wickenberg & c -, Jae?
ger Bros, Kavenvl, II:.ian s k ci?, Kin^ni?:i ? Bru,
C Kerns v., ll Kial e k cu, G J Luhn. J H Lopez, U
Litschg. Laurey A Alexander, K McCarty. t'A
Li ngnlck, Mis Mertens, c aclenahan, WMcKay,
w Matth essen, J Molonev, McLov .ii Rice. Jno V?
Milner A co, Meier? rs ,v anlier s ii Mar?liall. J A
Nelson, Moses A- Cohen. J Madsen, B O'Neill, F li
O'Nt-ill, I? F Murray, !> O'Neill, iisteodorrf A --o, ?J
Pani ? co. raul, Weich k Brandes. C Pieuge, C P
Poppen li el in, ur Raoul, J Kussi-ll, tl H Raymond
E Bs-toddaru k co, Stedens, Worner A Ducker, L
Schnell, W Striae, E Soon, Sel A Foster, Mrs C
Sterker, P ? hMder, W Sehrodi r. s T Souder. P
t a!v^,K Stillman, M iries'. Tiodomau, Calder
?5%?. ."PH.110 * '-'?t ^Jen * l-udeu. Reid k
Mather. AL Tyler, w Dtferhitrdt, B H Fay, F von
SMiteu, Wood * co, R White, J c sath-rtaud, O F
Wietels. Wsgener A Mousse?, W H Weluh, Wm L
Webo, j wir h. s ii wilson A Bro, w j Yaies, s C
Railroad co. N E Railroad co, Southern Express
co, Agent Floi Lia steamers, and others con?
tended against southwesterly winds tue eiuire
Sehr Acn E Hooper, Docptr. Ph?ade'pn ia- c
days. Coal. To Gas Company. Vessel to H FBa
ker A co.
Steamer Dictator, Coxette-. Palatkc. via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 6 bags Bea
Island cotton, 10. packages mdse. Ac. To Raveuel
4 co. W M Bird 4 co, G W Williams 4 co.tFSfc-W,
Pringle 4 Son, G W Witte. Pinckney Bros, Barden
4 Parker, J F Taylor 4 co, J L 4 co.
Steamer General Manlgault, Cordes, Peedee,
via Gardner's Blum 40 bbls - rosin, 6 bbls spiritB
turpentine, 200 bushels rice,"45,ooo shingles, and
mdse. ToShackelford 4 Kelly, Barden.* Parker.
5 D Stoney, J T Steinmeyer, and Dr Pelz?r. :
Soar W H Steele. Buck, Havana-5 days. Mo?
lasses, irait, tobacco, 4c. To M J Quintero.
CLEARED S?TURDA '
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New /ork-James
Adger 4 co.
Steamship Falcon, Haynie. Baltimore -F c
Spanish barkentine Joven Maria, Font, Barcelo?
na-W P Hall.
Spanish brig Ermeslnda, Torres, Barcelona- -W
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Haynie. Baltimore.
SAIL KD YESTERDAY.
Spanish brig Erniesinda, Torres, Barcelona.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, New York. .
Sehr A H Cain, Simpson, a Northern Port.
- FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, Nev,- York.
Steamship Fall River, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
British ship Edith, Hilton, Amsterdam, April IS.
German bark Harsberg, Kuhiken, Queenstown,
April 13. and sailed loth for Bremen.
Sehr W H Steele. Buck, Havana, April 1?.
Sehr M li Somers, ^jeaers, Philadelphia, ?Ctn
behr J B Marshall, Seavy, Philadelphia, .April 2".
Sehr Sea Queen, Rosebrook, Wilmington, N O,
Sehr Myrover, Brown. New York, April 27.
Steamer Argo, Mason, New York, April 26.
OP FOR TU1S TORT.
Sehr Lia Richardson, Bedell, at New York. 27th
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Fall River", Hinckley, at Philadel?
phia, April 1'.
Sehr s L Russell, Smith, at Philadelphia, CCth
Sehr Lil y. Hughes, at New York, April 27.
The British bark Tinco, Robson, enteret out?
ward at Liverpool for this purt April 14.
The sehr J Means, Est.in, .'or Georgetown, S C.
cleared at Bostoa.April 25.
The sehr A J Fabens, Bragg, now at Providence,
has been chartered to load ?umber at Charleston
for ihe first named pori.
The sehr Talma, Rankin, for Gcorgc'.own, S C,
cleared at Savannah April 23.
The sehr Ridgewood, Derricks: n, i'rom George?
town, S C. arrived at New York April 27.
The sehr Conservative, Sterling, from Boston
for Charleston, arrived ut Vineyard Haven ueth
The s:hr Nellie Treat, Irwin, from Georgetown,
S C, arrived at Boston April 3d.
LIST OF VESSELS
IT, CLEARED AND S?;I.::IJ KO:; rois.roar.
F 0 ll E I G N . .
Br ship Island Home, McLellan, up.\r.rll o
Br bOTk Vinco, KoO^ou, np.April 16
Norwegian bark Logent, Neilson, sailed... .tan 2->
Tbs Jean Viviau, Brewer, .-?i.td.Jan
Brig G S Berry, Bradley, cleared.*.. April 15
Spanish brigIsabelllia, Bosch, sailed.. ....April 13
Sblp Western star. Crowd", cleared.April .i
Scnr Vraie, Mason, cleared.April -J2
sehr Conservative, biding, cleared.\prll24
Sehr II c sheppard. Clark, cleared.April 25
Sehr Lillv, Hun hes. cleared.April 27
Sehr L Weil-, Wells, up...'.April 20
Sehr Ella Frances, Bolger, up.April t?5
..steamship Fall River, Hineklcv, cl'd.April27
Sehr ff G Dearborn, Scull, up.April 7
Sehr Annie Magee. Young, cleared.April 9
Sehr S L Russell, Smith, cleared...'..April [
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, up.April 27
Steamship Falcon, lia, nie. to sall.vprll 22
Sehr PL .-muh,-. up.,.April 15
Brig Ellen Marla, Hoxle, cleared.April 19
Sehr Lucy D-, nail, cleared.April 23
NEW ? 0 UK.
OLD LINK \ B1V YOKK AND CIIAK'LKS
?FAC10CS AND ELEGANT DECK STATEROOMS
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam
! ships of this Line will sall from Adgtr's sooth
I "Wharf as fellows :
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May eiih, at 0 o'clock
JAMES ADGER, SATUUDAY, May 13th, at 2 o'clock
p. M. ytsf
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May ?tb, at 5 o'clock
JAMES ADGER, SATUUDAY, May 27;li, at 12 o'clock
?Wlnsitranjc )? percent, by this Line.
4.?- Tlirouah Bids of Ladiniz elven on Cotton lc
Liverpool, Boston, Pr-videnee and .the New Eng
land manufacturing towns at ibo lowest mark?;
For Freight or Passage encasement1*, apply ti
m.iyl JAMES AliUEK ? co.
?p O R S E W X ?J li li.
ON TUESDAY, MAI 2D, AT 5? O'CLOCK
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 157:
STATB-UOOXS AUL O.V DECK.
The Splendid Sew Iren -^idc Wheel Steamship
GKi'RGIA. crowed. Commander, will sail foi New
York on TUESDAY. May 2d, ar h.: ir past tivc
O'clock P M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wiiarvcs.
The tine new lion Steamship SOOTH CARO?
LINA Will fo.'low on TUESDAY, 9'II May.
Through Bills o? Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Reston. Providence and ihe New Enc
laud Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
Insurance ny steamers of this Lice ^ per ccr,t.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, bavins;
very tine state-room accommodations, apply ie;
WAGNER. HUGER 4 CO.. No. -6 Bread sneed, c
to WM. A. COURTENAY, :.'r. i Unica W harvts.
TgXCURSICW TO SAVANNAH.
FARE F 0 R R (I U K l> T it I P. $2
MEALS AND BERTH EXTRA.
The Splendid steamships CITY POJNT^r?~r??.
and D1CIATOK will make EXCUK ?&8E$S,
-IONS TO .-.WANNAH, as : c-r t e-iov. ?cueonie.
giving visitors an opportunity to ?pend a day.-.ir
moie :f desired, at Savannah:
LE .IVE CUAKLEJ-TON FOB SAV.\.NN.'.n.
Steamer CITY FOiNT, FKIDAY NICHT, .->r::l
281 h. !;?9 ti'elock.
Steamer DICTATOR, TCKTMY NIOIIT, May 2d, at
Steamer* c TY POINT, WEDNESDAY NIOIIT, May
3d, at o o'clock.
Steamer CITY POINT, FKIDAY KIOBT, May 5tii, a:
LEAVE SAVANNAH TOP. MARLESTON.
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 AITEKNON. May
4th, at 4 o'clock.
Steamer DICTATOR. SATURDAY MOI.NI.VG, May
o;h, at 7 o'clock.
G AVENEL A CO.,
?p OR LIVERPOOL."
The fine American Bark ANNIE KIM\#??.
BALL, (of small capacity,) C. G. M. Stlngon.SSJt
Alaster, having a large portion of her cargo en?
gaged and going on board, will meet with dis?
The fine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T. Brad
burn, Master, wantB 300 baleB Cotton to complete
cargo. For engagements apply to
W. BT SMITH A CO.,
mayl-2 Napier's Rapge.
JpiOR FORT SUMTER, BATTERY WAG?
NER, FORT MOULTRIE, AND ALL OTHER
INTERESTING POINTS AROUND THE
Thc Yacht ELEANOR wllLleave Southern J&A
Wharf every day a; 10 o'clock. Morning, WBt
and hair-past 3 o'clock every Afternoon.
For arrangements, apply to Captain THOMAS
YOUNG, on board. aprl3
jp O R PHILADELPHIA.
WEEKLY STEAM LINE-l-JBSDAYS-CCN
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
Tli'e Fas: Screw Steamship
Will be dispatched for Philadelphia on
THURSDAY, 4th .May, at c o'clock " *^riaV
M., fronWJrown's North Wharf.
#3-Throui;h Buia Lading issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, ?c., to the New England Cities,
and Spirits Turpentine, as agreed.
as-The Steamers of this line will tafee Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.
For Freight engagements apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
rnayl-mwih3 No. 1 Unioa Wharf.
JpAOIFIC 1IA1L STEAMSHIP COMPY'fc
rijRoroH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FAKES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers or the above linc leave Fier
No. 4J. North River. ? root or canal._
street. New'York, at IS o'clock noon, of the 15th
and ojih of every month (except when these
dates ranon Sunday, then the Saturday preccd
Ali departures connect at Panama witr. stearn
ors for South Pacific and central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first or every month, except when lt rails cn
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bu
go direct rrom New York to AsptnwalL
One hundred pounds baggageIree to each adelt
Medicine ana attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information appi:
at thc COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on thc
Wharf foot or Caral street, North River. Nev
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
. URSION TO ST. AUGUSTINE AND
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, FLORIDA.
The splendid and fast Steamer _ -nlT^t*,
DICTATOR, captain L-M Coxetter.am?SimSIm
will leave Charleston. TUESDAY, May loi ?I, m nuii
past s P. M., on au Excursion to Florida, arriving
as Savannah early on WEDNESDAY, and remain?
ing thero until afternoon, aif.udlng ample time to
visit Buen avon ni ra and other points of iuieiest.
Leaving at 3o!olock P. M., will arrive at St. Au?
gustin'.- THURSDAY MOUSING-, where a most agree?
able day may be spent Inspecting the ancient
Spanish Fori ress, the Cathedral, and other rolles
oi the first seulement on the Continent, in sailing
on the Bay ur visiting the Orange Groves ot the
heighburhood. Leaving St. Augustine, ou FRIDAY
MORNING, ihe Dictator Will pass up the St. John's
toPalatka. by davlight, stopping at all points cr
Interest, tliua afiording a rare opportunity ot see?
ing, to the best advantage, tlie most beautiful of
Returning will leave Jacksonville SATURDAY,
Fernandina the same afternoon, arriving at Sa?
vannah SUNDAY MORNING, and charleston SUN?
Fare lor round trip, $18.
No extra charge for Meals or Staterooms.
mayl-14_RAVENEL A CO.. Agents.
EXCURSION OF STEAMER ST.
TO SCHUTZENPLATZ EVERY DAY DURING TUE
The Steamer Sr. HELENA, Cap- _ . ptfc.
tain D. Sinclair, Jr.. will leave zo,ls^?E3?
above daily from Atlantic Wharf, fool ol Broad
street, at the terminus of Olly Railway, at the fol?
City at.6?? A. M. Sch?tzenfest at 9'4' A. M.
I City at.li A. M. 'Sch?tzenfest at 1-2 M.
City at.IP. M. selim zenfcst at 2 P. M.
Lit y at.3 P. M. Sch ut zen rest at 4 P. M.
City at.OK P. M.;schutzenrest at 7 P. M.
The last day, the last trip from the sch?tzen
platz will be at 10 o'clock P. M.
Fare going and returning same day, 25 cents.
N. B.-A Moonlight, Excursion down Ashley
River o' eiy cveuing; a bain! ot music on board.
Touch ai Wost Point MU! coing und refining.
mayl-O?_J. H. MURRAY. Aiicnt.
JfOR GARDNER'S BLUFF, S. C.,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON TUE
The Steamer ''GENERAL MANI- " ?IR**=?w
GA ULT." Captain Wans, is now rc-?jg???jj??C
ceivmg Freight at Boyce's Wharr, and wm leave
as above on WEDNESDAY MORNING, the 3d mst.
For engagements, apnly to
&HACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents,
may 1-2 _ No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The Steamer MARION, Captain W. ?
P. Adair, is now receiving Freight J=
at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave on .MON?
DAY NIGHT, the lat instant.
Freight nud wharfage prepaid.
No Freight ri ci Ired after s'laset.
For engagements, apply :o
RAVENEL. HOLMES A CO.,
aprCO-2 '_ No. 177 Ea>-t Hay.
jpuli GARDNER'S B L U FF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON TUE
PEEDEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN.
The Steamer PLANTER, Capt. J. T. * ^JT^w
Fosier, ii now receiving freight "'mliaESC
Accommodation wharf, and will leavewnn dis?
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For Freiahl or Passage, having state room ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
apr?n_No. 177 East ii;ty.
"?pEEKL? LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOE PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT. HILTO>
HEAD, SA VAN NA ii. DAF.IEN AND
Ta o favo r: te St ea in er
H: W IVA HANCOX,
Cap; am L. W. BURNS,
witl receive Freighi at Accommoda- .-rT"T?.
?.::i '..'ii.'i? for above pymts MON-?^'.???Ssa*
DAV, :d,iy jst, ami ?eave on TUESDAY Moas INC,
Sd May, nt 7 o'clock.
Fer Freight or ?^-?U'C-. apply to
! "AVENEL. HOLMES & CO..
s- ri-, z_No. 177 East Bar.
"pOB NORTH EDISTO, BEAUFORT AND
Thc Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain . .?tr*??^
3. W. hiv, will leave Central Wharf^g^^St.
.'. rt he ab ve ?miiiisi-very MONDAY MUKM.SU. ai -
o' ck, und. returning, wal leave Beaufort < very
T? ;-.-I:.\Y. at > ireh* KA. M.,?md Edisto at 0 P. M.
marji_j. i>. AIE KN. Agon'.
X- O ii BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
Phestenm? PILOT?<>Y. i .M'tain ? _ jjF^w
J. W. ?ly. win Jt.;vt? every i u rits- ?s5??? ??aSL,
DAY MORNING, a; ? o'cloce. .v- ab r?e. rteturnuig,
wi.: leave Beaufort i nirav MOKNIN??. ai 8 O'CIO?K.
inursi J. ii. AIKEN. Agent.
FOI: HAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE. PILATKA AN'DALI. POINTS ON
THE .Vi. .'OJIN'S RIVER.
7r.e steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ . -rlT^i*
l~ M. COXETTEK. will san rroin???S?&i2?
scuttiern Wtiarf ror above points every IUESDA i
EvENiN?.at s30 o'clock, arriving back at Charles
ten every SATIRPAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY roiNT. captain D. B.Vincent,
will ?a;i from Scmtheru Wharf ror above points
cverv FRIDAY EVENING, at S.30 o'clock, arriving
back nt Cfcurvjuon WEID-ESDAY AFTERNOON, a: t
EAVENEL >? CO., Agents,
fCTIO Southern wharf.
Sine Owceries, Sit.
HEADQUARTERS FOR 8ELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAP LARD
PRIME FACTORY ?ND ENGLISH CHEESEB
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRiCKERS, ino.
BISCUITS, <fca, 4C.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO K.EEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITT. : .
F A MIL?
33. E. BEDFORD, i
^ E RANDIES, WINES
AND VERY OLD
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 KING STREET,
WHOLESALE AJSX> RETAIL DEALER
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, &c*
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS', &c.
AU articles aokl front ims establishment, are or the YEjtY BEST QUALITY ana WARRANTE!)
Goctlfl .lehverctl to all parts of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, rree or expense.
EVER? E. BED? ORD. J * SENDFORA J JAS. S, MARTIN.
JEO. H. GRUBER. ? CATALOGUE. I WM. G. MOOD, JB.
?0F CHARLESTON, S. C.
P. J. PORCHER, President. P. J. PELZER, Treasurer.
DIRE C"T ORS."
W. LEBBY.W. P. HALL.L. D. DaSAUSSURE.B. G. PINCKNEY
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES ARE NOW BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON
ASHLEY RIVER, nnder the direction of an experienced and Practical Clierafst. The Company in?
tend this to be a Urse class Fertilizer, nu-1 one which can be rocamnrmde j to Planters.
THE COMPANY ARE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
This preparation is highly recommended by -Chemisw. as with lt Planters are enabled to make
their own Fertilizers.
The ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE in sold at i53 per ton casa, or - on time, with interest at thc rate
of one per cent, per month.
The ACID PHOSPHATE is sold at $05 per ton cash, or - cn time, with Interest at the rate ol
one per cent, per month.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec31-4mos BROWN'S WHARP. CHARLESTON, S. C.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOE TUE
O L I> C A RO11 N A ii ITTERS.
H. BI^?nOFF ? CO.,
H. KLATTE & CO..
J. A. QUAC.AENBUSH,
WAGENER <i HONSEES,
MANTO US & CO.
Read a rew or the Testimonials in regard ?o the
EFFICACY of that STERLING MEDICINE,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
A few Certificates Dorn thc many in our posses?
sion from persons who have tested tho
OLD CAROLINA HITTERS:
FROM THE POSTMASTER AT TUMBLING
SH"ALS, S. C.
T-CMBLINU SUOALH, S. C.. April 0,1S70.
Messrs. GooDKica, WISEMAN A co., charleston.
Gentlemen-This is to inform yon that about ri
j car ago 1 was in delicate health, wom oat wu h
"u!d age and hard worn, weighing one handre I
and twenty-live pounds; upon request I com?
menced using the OLD CAROLINA BirrERS- Af
ter using nine bottles, 1 felt ns well and vigorous
as tinny years airo-went to work and mail
money. 1 weighed', niter u-slug the above, nu;
hundred and seventy-two pounds. I Dave Mn?
been strong and hale. Accept, centlemen, my
thuuks. and success say I to thc OLD CAROLINA
(Signed) RANSOM PHILLITS, P. M.,
Tumbung Shoals, S. C.
FROM ANDREW CHAMBERS. IRWINTON, GA.
IKWINTON, c.v., September ns, 18C0.
Messrs. GOODHICO. WISEMAN A CO.:
Gentlemen-Waen lu yoar city, two weeKs agu.
your Dr. Service gave.me a notrieor your celt
braied CAROLINA BITTERS, which I brough!
home for my father, whose health was very feesle.
After usiug lt he was so well pleased with it?
eflect?, that he considera them almost indispe '.?a
I-ie. Please Dod enclos eil sixteen, ($10.) the prici?
er two cases: direct them W; J. Chambers A bon.
No. 10, C. R. R. Yours, very respectfully,
(Signed) ANDHEW CUAMBEKS.
ANOTHER VOICE FROM GEORGIA.
FORT VALLEY, GA., september i&. iseo.
Messrs. GooDUioii. WISEMANS CO., Charleston:
Gentlemen-1 taite groat pleasure In informing
yon that my w,fe has experienced great benefit
?rom thu USC Of tito OLD CAROLINA BITTERS.
lr is certainly a good medicine, andlwonhit.
pleased If you would send nie another dozeu Im
mediately. . Respectfully, ftc.,
(Signed) JNo. A. HOUSES.
Sold by at.'Druggists in Charleston. The iradi
supplied by /
GOODRICH. WISEMAN A CC, .
Principal Dip-, r. No. 3 Hayne street.
'? . . . ?wP
\W ^vMfr'Vyf ? ...Awl/
OL\> C A K'? LINA iii TT Elis.
FOB SALE BY
E. E. BEDFORD, Kiny; street,
C. D. AHDENS ?? CO., King fctreei.
i>. FELDMANN &, CO., King street,
Auil by Druggists aud Grocers everywhere.
STJK/JE POP I
DEATH TO ?ATS,
HONES DOUBLE THE. SIZE A3 OTHERS
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
sold a> Wholesale ly
DOWIE. MOISE A- DAVIS,
And a: reiai by ail Druggists. .'ebl-Cmo
1845 PURELY MUTUAL. 184c.
NEW YORK LIFE
18 4 5.0 r g an i se d.1 8 4 0
Gen em; A?e:"., No. M Eroaa street.
?iW?jinerr/, dustings, $Pt.
jg's ?' A BL IS H S DI 844.
P ?O X I X IBO? WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
.successors to Cameron A- Co.,)
ESG1N2ERS, BOILER-MAKERS, <tc, ?c.
Corner Las: Eay and Pritchard streets, near the
I): y Hock,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
M A N C F A C T C R E B S OP
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS.
Marine, Stationary and Fortable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shafting, Polleys and Gearing
Iren Fior-ts for Buildings
Castings of every kind In Iron or Brass
Forgings ot every description.
i?S- Guarantee to furnish Engines and Boilers
of aa good quality and power, and at as low rates
.?scan be ".ad in New York; Baltimore or Phil?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, w.'ilcii are pnt on ali Engines made at
Repairs promptly attended to.
dewing ?il nt Innes.
WEED'' FAMILY FAVORITE LOCH-STITCH
i "or . the ~l< '3! te Pian, with mouth:? pay
,.K'Z: -, . :! v.'/?v >.?:?>.)". ot tor casi;. All kines o.
l?i-Wu attiic?ys?i'ats, Needles, Cotton, (wulte
;act ,::? i i SUS, OJ, So .:>. Sc., &A
usual. Circulais and s,fti;p:c3o
"Ork sen' '.?u .'.li'.'.i.
D. c. n.vs.;LT<;:;,
Guner u; '.'.eider m first Oin ss Sewing S? A
Usines aun Material. No. GUT King stree:,
auclT i.'hariuatou. s. c.
PROFESSOR BERGER'S BED-BW
D ESTRO VEK.
Costar's INSECT POWDER
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator
Costar's Rat Poison
lsaacsen's Sure Pop-Death to Musqaltoea.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
ly? a No. 131 Meeting st TC" .
Oil ARLESTON, April 23, 1671.
SCHEDULE OF THE SOHUTZENPLATZ TRAIN,
COMMENCING MAY 1ST AND CONTINU?
ING FIVE DAYS.
Leave Ana street at.8.30 A. M.
Leave Ann street at.11.00 A. M.
Leave Ann street at.l.oo P. M.
Leave Ann street at.. t~00 P. M.
Leave Ann street at.3.30 P. M.
Leave Ann street at.4-30 P. M?
Leave Ann street at.6.00 P. M
Leave Schntzenplatz at.fl.00 A. M.
Leave Sctintzenplatz at.11.20 A. M.
Leave Sc?utzenplatz at.1.20 P. M.
Leave Schntzenplatz at.2.20 P. M.
Leave Schntzenplatz at.3.40 P. M.
Leave Schntzenplatz at.4.50 P. M.
Leave Schutzenplatz at.8.30 P. M.
Last Night Train will leave Line street at 6.30
P. M., and returning leave Schntzenplatz at IO
Tickets most be purchased before getting on
the train. They can be had at C. LITSCHCPS,
East Bay; F. TON 8ANTEN, King street; MEL
CHERS A MULLER, King street; G. H. LIND
STEDT'S, corner Sing and Calhoun streets; C.
PIEPPER'S, corner King and Spring streets, and
at the RAILROAD.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PlCKENS, G. T. A._apr29-6
?gXCUESION TO SAVANNAH.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD, . l
CHARLESTON, 8. C., April 25,1871. (
For the week commencing SUNDAY, April 30,
and ending SATURDAY, May 8, 1871. Excursion
Tickets will be sold to- and from Savannah a:
ONE DOLLAR EACH WAY.
No extra expense nor charges for berths, Ac.
Tickets good until May 8,1871.
Trains leave Charleston daily at.8.30 A. M.
Trains leave Savannah dally at.11.15 A*.M.
Trains arrive at Savannah dally at.... 3 P?M.
Trains arrive at Charleston daily at.... 5.20 P. M.
For Extra Trains, to accommodate large par?
ties at other hours, apply to Agent.
(Signed) O. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent.
S. C. BOYLSTON, General Ticket Agent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, )
CHARLESTON. S. C., January IS, 1S71. J
On and after SUNDAY. January 22, the Passen?
ger frams on M?e Suata rj::na Railroad will
r UL as follows:
Leave Charleston.12.50 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Cnarleston. S.20 A. M.
Arrive ai Columbia. 3.40 P. M.
f.eavc Augusta. 7.40 A. M..
Arrivent. Charleston.3.20P. M.
Leave Columbia.12.15 P. M.
Am ive at Charleston.'..7.50 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
ijeave Charleston. 3.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.i. :.csv M..
Leave Augusta. 5.60 p. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Colombia. COOA. M..
Leave Columbia. 7.60 P. M.
A rr. ve a; Charleston..... 6.45 A.M.
Leave Charleston.4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.6.00 P. M..
Leav? Summerville.. 7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.'.8.16 A. M.
. . CAMDEN BRANCH.
Leave Camden.'6.00 A. M..
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave columbia. 1.25 P. M.
Arrive ac camden.coo P. M.
Day and Night Trains make close connectloua
at Augusta with Georgia-Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects daily with Day Passen?
janl9 A L. TYLER. vice-President.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run daily a?
Leave Charleston.S.30 A. M.
Arrive ai Savannah.S.oo p. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connccts at Savannah with thc Atlantic A Gui:
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and ali
points lc Florida.
Witn Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats :or points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all pola ta
North and West..
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels. ?
in Charleston; Screvcn House, Savannah; and all;
principal Ticket ornees North and South.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and ail points beyond.
Through Dills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
TaruT as low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
octa Engineer and Superintendent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
PANY. ? .
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Doily at Vi M. and
Arrive at Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3:30 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 6:30 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving at 12 M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Aco.uia
Creek only, going through io 42 horns, WITHOUT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers leaving by 5:30 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Tiiose leaving
I FRIDAY by thia Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal
? tlmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY lu Wilmington, N. c. .
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati. Cileazo and other points
West and North weat, both Trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and :>hio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CI.KAPOR, General Ticket Age^r.
?rngs, (Cijcmicais, &z.
ROS AD AL IS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROSABALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remecfy
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Dr. T. C. PUGH, ol baltimore.
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