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Tile German-American National Asso?
ciation-Tbe Programme-Objects of
We briefly alluded a day or two ago to the
movements on foot, in New York, for the lot
mation of a German-American National or?
ganization. A programme and the draft of a
constitution for the organization have already
been agreed upon. The former reads as fol?
Easter Monday of 1871 forms the beginning
of a new epoch in the history of the Germans
In America. Under the Inspiring impression
of ?he heroic deeds by which the German peo?
ple have gained their long aimed at national
unity it has happened also in this country, for
the first time, that the whole German element
bas united in one great national idea, tn one
frand national' demonstration. The success
as surpassed the boldest expectations. Not
only the German-American himself, but the
whole people of the United States look with
wonder at the power imminent to the German
element when united. The conviction has be?
come general that a firm and permanent union
of the Germans of America, on a basis of a
nationality, will not only preserve this power
undiminished, but develop it still more. Not
by dropping its national individuality, but by
a strong development of it on the new sol),
the German element in America can fulfil Hs !
high mission. Thus it will exercise a truly j
" beneficial influence on the prosperity
and progress ' of the American Union,
by conveyins to. the new Fatherland, in
exchange of the Invaluable boon of full
Republican freedom, the equally inestima?
ble acquisitions ol German intellect, un?
abridged and genuine. But as the history of
trie Germans of America in former times
teaches, the problem is ns ditllcult as it is
great. It can be solved only, if it wiU be pos-J
sible to win the masses <5f the German ele?
ment for the idea Of a more intimate national
junction, and to find # basis on which all who,
with German faithfulness, want to' co-operate
in the realization of the idea, can reach each
ether their hands, however much their views
on purely political, religious and other ques?
tions may differ. Fully conscious of the diffi?
culty of the work undertaken, we feel com?
pelled to state that we desire this programme
to be contemplated by the German population,
German press and German societies ot Ameri?
ca, as an appeal to them earnestly to take in
hand the matter of German-American union,
and to perceive, by a full and ceneral discus?
sion, more and more clearly that foundation
on which the edifice of German harmoDy In
America can be erected surely and with the
hope ol permanence. -j
Among the objects of the association given
In their constitution are:
1. A more intimate national union of the
Gormans ol America, for the protection and
promotion of all interests common to them.
2. Strengthening the intellectual intercourse
between the Germans of America and Ger?
3. Accommodating tho American people
with all intellectual achievements ol the Ger?
man people. ' '
4. Exercise ol the influence in politics due to
the German Americans.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
The Charleston Stock and Bond Market,
. May IO.
Gold. ll 12 j
Southern Bank Bills.
Bank of Camden. 30
Bank of Chester. 14
Bank of Georgetown....-. Ol 02
Bank of Hamburg. 10
Bank ol South Carolina. 08 10
Bank of State of South Carolina,
prior to 1661. 46
Bank of State of South Carolina,
after 1st January, 1361. 44 60
Commercial Bank, Columbia. 08
Exchange Bank, columbia. 08
Farmers' and Exchange B a n k,
Charleston. Ol 02
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 03
Planters' Bank, Fair?eld. 03
State Bank. 06
Stat? See u? i tits. '
State Bonds, old. 73 00 T5 00 I
State Bonds, new. 62 00 64 co
State Stock.03 oo esoo
S. 0. Railroad and Bank Stock (ex
div).".. 35 00 36 00
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds., co oo 62 00
S. 0. RaUroad Seven Per cent.
Bonds. 70 00 7100
Northeastern Railroad Stock (capi?
tal). 10 50
Northeastern . Railroad Stock (pre?
ferred . 36 oo
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds. 8 Per Cent. so oo
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 7700
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 20 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. . 75 00
Savannah and charleston Railroad *
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 66 60 63 00
Savannah and Charleston 6 Per .
Cent Bonds. 69 00 60 00
Greenville and Columbia RaUroad
Co-Stock. 2 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
.7 per Cent. Staie guaranteed I
Buu?s. 58 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds 90 00 92 oo I
jreenviUe and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Jlortgage
Bonds.:. 47 to 50 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Certificates ol Indebt?
edness. 57 00 60 oo
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 82 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mort^at"; Bonds. . nominal
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Stock. 36 00 40 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonds. SO 00
Spartan burg and Guion Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 53 0 0 55 oo
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Memphis and Charleston Railroad '
7 per cent. First Mortgage Bonds nominal
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7 per ceut.Second Mortgage Bonds nomin?l
?lty Railway Stock. 51 oo ? j "H)
City or Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock.-... 4SO? 48'50
City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
cent. Bonds. 70 oo
fllty or Columbia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. 53 00 eo oo
City ol columbia 7 Per Cent. Bonds. 60 00 63 oo
City or Savannah 7 percent.Bouds,
Old.?. 85 00
City ol' Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds,
old..-.. 81 00 83 00
City or Memphis o per cent. Bonds,
Old. 50 00 53 00
City of Memphis fi per cent. Bonds,
new. .50 00 53 00
First National Bauk or Charleston
StO?k.I....123 00 125 00
People's National Bank Stock.104 oo los oo
Union Bank Slock. 4 75 5 oo
South Carolina Loan and Trust
Company. 94 00 95 oo
People's Bank Stock. 4 00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock.... 2 00 2 25
Bank of Charleston Stock. 20 00 20 50
Carolina National Bank Stock. nominal
Bank oi Nt wherry Stock. nommai
Bank of Camden Stock. nominal
Charleston Cus Company Stock. 19 50 20 00
Charleston .Mining a^d Manufac?
turing Con-pany Stock. nominal
Wund? Mini:.;: and Manufacturing
Company Stock.250 00 275 00
Sulphuric Acid and Superphos?
phate Companj Stock. par
Marine and River Mmlng and Man?
ufacturing Companv stock. 65 00
Albuine Mming sud Manufacturing
Company Stock. 75 00 SOM
Palmetto Mining and Mannfactar*
iOgCoaip-.ny stock. nominal
Chicora Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company steck. sommai
Farmers' Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company Mock. nominal
Stouo Mining ar.d Manufacturing
Company Stuck. nommai
NEW YORK-Ter seor J.?s^ Har: co-114 -on*,
ground phosphate, l-i5/.S6 feet lumber.
ACQIMA CHEEK, VA-Per sehr Mott Bedel:-115 -
OOo iee: pitch pine res-wed lumber. -
Vile Charleston Cotton, Rice and .\avnl
OFFICE CHARLESTON NBW8. 1
WEDNESDAY EVENING, May io, 1871. i
COTTON.-There wa- a moderately sustained in?
quiry for this articie, the market exhibiting an
nnchanged character. Sales about 500 bales, say
3 at lix, 5 at lix, 42 at 12, 94 at 13>-', 48 at 14, 90
at 14*, 63 at u>?. 75 at I4%c. We qnote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.HX&13.K
Low middling.14 <a
Strict micUUinz.14 Q@- I
RICK.-This grain was armer and prices slightly
higher. Siles about 150 tierces or clean Carolina;
say'8 tierce at 8X, 80 at 17 at 813-1?, oo at
?Kai? rb. We quote : Common to fair at 8@8K,
good 9%?iJ?c V lb.
NAVAL STORES.-The light stock limits business,
and we learn of no f ale? of note.
FRBIQTJIS. - To Liverpool, ny steam direct,
nomlaal m uplands ; ria New York, >?d
on uplauls ; ld on tea islands ; by sail,
%d on uplands, \'-.l OL sea island?. To
Uavre nominal. Coastwise-ro New rcrk.
->y steam jjc on uplauls and 5?c on si a
I Islands: 5:. 25V tierce on r;:c;by sail.Ibo:.
30ttou ; - "ft tierce cn ncc: loc,*fl barrel on rcein ;
?T(53 y ii 0:1 .umbi..-; J9.&20 ? M on timber. 1
Soston. ?y sail. }*? ? rb npland cotton.
To Providence, by sail $5 V il :n toards. .Sc
*? lb on i.-ottou: by steam tl .baie ca .New
ro:k ratos. To Philadelphia, by steam. fio.V lb
m uplands; by sail. $7 ? M ion beajdat ?B.on
.imocr: p3 "ft ton on c-aj, :;2it$?33 50 onphos
instr-?. To Baltimore. b7 steam, Hq V to by
4aii, $6 60??7 v il on boards; .$3@325 $ ton 01.
phosphate rock. Ve-ssis areV in' demand by
mr merciants tb tase ?umber freigrrts rum
3eorgetown. S. G., DarifcB aad Ssti'la Uiver. Ga
ind Jacksonville. Fla.. toNbriliern rort3. ann $10
?\Z TH M are the rates on lumber and beards.
ESCEASCIB.-Sterile? 60 .'.ay bills 2l^'@2l?c'. ,
?OUB5T:'J EXCHANGE. - The -auks purcha-e
sia?ii cheeks a: .'?o?: to par, lind sell at pre?
GOLD-10 KSUJ>i. _
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 10-Noon.-Consols 93,%,. Bonds
I FRANKFORT, May 10.-Bonds 97it'.
NEW YOKE, May 10-Noon.-Freights firm. Gov?
ernments Ji m and dull. Stocks steady and quiet.
State boms Strong and active on South Carolina
new. Money easy, at 5. Gold steady at llJi. Ex?
change-lung io;,', short ioj?.
Evening.-Money easy ataa5 on call, with gov?
ernments and mixed co.laterals. Exchange lo>?
alo.'?\ Gold UXall3f. Governments declined
during :he arteruoon "?'a.'i. Sixes lCJi. Sixty
twos 10^. Southerr. securities-dull, bm steady.
Tenncs.-ees and South Carolinas very strong and
active. Teaaessees 69; new 6DJ?; Virginias 69; new
71. Louisianas 66: new CO: levees sixes 70; eights
S4. Alabamas lOi; fives 70. Georgias 81; sevens 91.
North Carolinas 47)?; new 2.V South Carolinas 72;
new <53.l<. Export or specie quarrtf or a million
Frc-ig ts'ilrmer and more active; cotton by ?an or
NEW ORLEANS. May 10.-styling bank 22'4.
Sight y. premium. G- ia ii?,.
LIVERPOOL, May io.-Noon.-Cotton openei
du.l: uplands 71?a7??d; Orleans 7,','a7???'d;'sale.'.
Evening.-Cotton co-ed steady; uplands 7.'4a
7?id: Orleans IKa'ftd; stiles IO.O??O bales: specula?
tion and export UOJO; sa es on snip, named at
Charlton of Savannah, at 7 vi r<.r middlings.
NEW YORK. May 10-Noon.-Colton quiet; cp
lauiis 15!4c; Orleans 15?;c; sales 2000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton easier uud unchanged; sales
2334 bales at 15.'?c.
BOSTON. May io.-Cotton duli: middlings LVe'c;
gross receipts -440 bales; .-a.es 410: stock 12.000.
BALTUIOKE, May IO.-Courin quiet r.nd tlrm:
middling- MKaH&c; exports coastwise i-JO bales;
sales 325; stuck 5S40.
NORFOLK. May IC-Col on steady; low mid?
dlings l?'?al.l}?c; net receipts ;VD bales; exports
coastwise 435; sales so; stock 2516.
WILMINGTON, May 10.-Cotton quiet;-middling
14c: uer receipts 25 balts; experts coastwise 3*5;
SAVANNAH. May 10.-cotton act!re and in de?
mand; umldltogi I4!4c: mt receipts 463 bales;
exuor.s coastwise 258; SJ les 7 0; stock 34,607.
Acc?ST.i? May IO.-Colton market tlrm and
'artrve-ati3Xc for middlings sales 775 bales; re
celp ta 210.
MOBILE, May io.-Cotton tlrm: middlings 14}?c:
net receipts 1107 bales; exports ccastwise -?7;
.Bles 4U9: stock 20,187.
NEW OIILEANS, May 10.-Cotton active nt Rill
prices; middlings Isal5<ic: net receipts lt>7S
Miles; gr ss 17S4; exDoris to llave 1932; soles
8200; f-tock 15S.674.
GaiVE?FON. May 10.-Cotton iirm; pood ordi?
nary 12-X:; uet, rectips 1390 bales; exports to
Great Britain 1697; coas wise 41; sales 1300; stuck
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MAHKETS.
LIVERPOOL. May 10-Noon.-roi k OCs Cd. L-rrd
52s. Cort 34 s.
NEW YOKE. May 10-Noon.-Flout dud fir.d un
cha-ige-l. Wheat <;met and very Tl rm. Corn a
r-hade better. Pork dull av Sir 50. Lard steady;
T?rreteme steady at 5?aile. Rosin firm; $240
Ewenim:.-Flour steady; common to fair extra
$6 tia? VJ:-good to choice 57 25a9. Whiski y shade
easter atmany~. Wheatactive, export demand
latic higher; winter red and ambir Western $1 57
al 61. C< rn shade better at 77abo. Rice Arm at
Miau1?'. Pork lower at $17ai7 25. Beel dull.
Lard heavy, kettle ll?i. Turpentine steady at 50
a?l. Rosin ll rm. Tallow steady.
BALTIMORE, May 10.-Flour nc tl ve. and the g< n
eral u ne ol the market improved. Wheat steady.
Corn .dmr; .while 76a7?c. Pork steady. Bacon
firmer. Lard and whiskey quiet.
CINCINNATI, May 10.-Flour advancing and in
fair demand ut ?6 40-6 50. Pork, demand slight;
holders lirai at sn 75. Lpn), full prices asked;
no demand. Bacon, demand light, holders Arm;
should! rs 7c; sides 9.'4n'.?j?, generally higher.
LOUISVILLE. May 10.-Floor quiet. Corn steady;
sacket 69c. Provisions wry strong. Mess pork
held at $18. Shoulders 7.'4e. Clear sides 9^c.
Lard-tierce Ile; keg 12J?C Whiskey quiet.
-.:$T.A.OUI?<, May 10.-Floor *t<ady. Corn Armer;
sticked 57c. Whlskev dui: at RSC- Mess p irk Arm
at Sisals 25. Shoulders 7a7.'4C Clear sViej 9^'a
100. Lard dull.
NEW ORLEANS. May 10.-Flonr Fcarce and firm;
1 supeiflne $6 u5; double $0 75; treble $7 25. Corn,
mixed and yellow, 70ca$l; white -75c. Oats dull;
Ohio River $1 60: St. Louis $1 Oial 63; Galena
$1 63al 64. Bran $1 30. Hay quiet; pilme $23;
[vchoice.??-. Perk quiet, but ti rm; mess held $19.
[ Bacon 7?? *??al0)?. scaree.flrnr, sugar-cured boms
14c. Lard dull and nomina : tierce ll \ \ keg U&a.
12MC. Sugar, prime,-10'iaio^e. Molasses quiet;
good to pumo fermeritiug 3Sa49c. Whiskey qHlet;
We tern icc.irteil 87l?a97>?. Coffee inactive and
nominal at liai j.'-c.
[ HAVANA, May 8-Sugar grinding almost
everywhere has concluded, umi reports show a
decrease of 20 to 25 per cent. 1 he decrease in inc
junsdicilcn of Remedir* ?.ls 14 per cent. Owing
to the djjerease aud f&wraole advices from
abroi d, fall quotations are sightly advanced.
ThfireIssi Improved denvind, and market favors
sellers. Jros. 10 to 12 buoyant at lo.^aioji reals,
tne latter for choice lois; Nos. 15 to 26 linn at ilJ?
al3 reals. Molasses sugar-Nos 7 to lu tlrm nt m
a9>? reals. Clayed molasses linn at 9?ial0>i reals.
Exported during the week Tom Uavaua and Ma?
tanzas 44,000 boxes and 5000 lilias-or which
17,000 boxes and all the hhds were ror the Uuiteit
states. s.:ock remaining at wnrehcustn at liav
ana and Matanzas 4ut.oou boxes and 11,000 ITluls.
Boney ami molasses scarce and higher.
New York Ilice Market.
Prom the Journal or Commerce, May 8: There
ls a good business doing ID foreign, but at a
shade ea.-1er rates. 1 he- inquiry is lair, but hold?
ers are moie iueltned to realize, and are ottering
stock more neely. We notice sales or 45u bags,
in bond, at Sjtfc, gold: coo bogs, duty paid, ut
6??a7'4e, currency, and 3"0 bags Patna, duty
paid, a' 7Jic currency. Domestic is linn, the
supply bung limited; tlie volume of business is
light; 30t!ercea sold at SJ?aOJs?C
Nevi' York .lavar Stores Market.
From :>.e" Journal of commerce. May s : Sr:r ts
turpentine continues unsettled. There ls scarcely
any demand, and some' small lots were Offering io
closeout coaslgumeuts at 57c. i-ut holders ol thc
principal supplies are a.-kiiin coe. baies e-r brace
30 bbis tit dec Rosins-The market is urni Re?
strained at $2 35, without further sales. Fine
grades aie modera'ely active. .-?ales embra> c 200
bots pale ar. $4 75, ard 50 bWs at -$5 87& We
quo!e No 2 at $2 45a:: OJ, No. 1 *3a$i, pale $4 25a
$5 50, extra pale $6a$7 50. Tar ;s dull at $2 60 tor
wilmington selected, in smad lots, and jt:40 lor
1 WILMISfiTcN May O.-TL'-.I-KNTINE-IS with?
out chance in price, with sales <>C:S~ buts at -4 25
for v.rgic, $3 U5 for yellow uip, aud $2 Rr hard,
per 260 lb-.
sriKitrs TrKrENTiNE.-Sales m 331 casks at'44c
for Southern, ami til do ?144 'alic per gallon fur
New Yo: I: packagrs.
ROSIN -Sales cf 382 bins at ?1 8u for No 2, $2 for
extra No 2, $3 for 1. $4 50^5 lor pale, $5 50 for ex?
tra pale, and j6ior window gias-i.
TAR.-5u i.bis sold a*. $1 05 pur bbl.
COTTON -bales ul 31 bales. ;:s 1 allows : 0 nt 13, 9
at i3!4. 3 at and 13 ai ?sifa ?-e: :t>.
Interior Conoa Markets.
COLDMBC"*, Ma; B.-Varketsstead} ; mi.idPnes
l3sc: s-iji s I M '.'.iles; receipts j '? .Ivs: shipments
MONTGOMERY, May S.-Cotton m ?OOd de
mandat itu. p:..-e.-; law m;ddHeps isyc. Ofler
i' OR 7 CiL Z?. T?A E.
Full Moen, 4th, 5 honr.-1, 40 muinuis. even ?cz.
Last Quarter, nth. J boera. 3 lamtitcs. morning.
New Moon, lath. 5 hour, 25m:u;iti.-. morning.
First yuarter. un h. 7 hours. 42 minutes, mortiing.
P..45 I ll..18 j 10..25
?..46 i morn. 11..22
12..13 j 12..23
6..47 , 12..59 1..30
6..48 1..40 ! 2..29
6..49 I 8..-13 3..32
P.-50 I 2..J5 I .i,.-r,
U?ca"pta*i>jr Railroad. Slay 10.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
688 bales cotton, 44 bales goods, 79 bbls naval
stores, 2 cars stock, Ac. To Railroad Agent,
W C Courtney A co, Geo H Walter A co, Ward
law A Carew, W W Smith, Caldwell A Son, A S
Smith, Smith A Chapeau, J Wiley A co, Wilcox,
Gibbs & co, Pelzer, KodgerB A co, Frost A Ad
ger. G W Williams A co. Kinsman & Howell, W
K Ryan, Trenholm 4 Son, Sloan A Selgnlous, E J
Wlss ? co, AB Mulligan, Wm C Bee ? co, A J
Salinas,-Macqueen A Rlecke, D A Amme, Raven
el, Holmes & co, E E Bedford, J C H Claussen.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
J B Pyatt, daughter and servant. Kev A Glennie,
Mrs Porter, A Jacobs, Drs I/O Hasell. wife and
servant, Miss A Shackelford, Dr A M Forster. C P
AUston. Dr J R Sparkman, Miss Jeannette, W St J
Mazyck, Miss Mazyck, Masrer Mazyck, Miss Kor?
ry, H Hopkins, and 9 OD deck.
21A RI y JE NEWS.
CHABLESTON, S. 0.MAY ll. 1871.
Lat 36 deg 46 min 33 sec. ? Lon 79 deg 57 min 27 sec.
Sehr Cynosure, Plnkham, narbor Island, Bah,
- days. Ballast. To Paul, Welch A Brandes.
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, s c. 31
tierces rice, 23 bags pea9. 13 bags groundnuts,
mdse and sundries. To Shackelford A Kelly, H
Klane A co, Mrs J D Ward, Mrs H Ryan, Plnck
ney B'os. C Alston. J Cosgrove, G K Mercer, Mrs
M P Matthlessen, B O'Neill, J R Pringle A Son, G
A Trenholm & Son, Mrs A Macbeth, and others.
French brig Dauphin, Blanchette, for the Con?
tinent via Wilmington, S C-J A Enslow A co.
Sehr Jesse Hart 2d, Hart, Sew York-H F Baker
Sehr Mott Bedell, Bedell, Acquia Creek, Va-J A
Enslow & co.
FROM THIS PORT.
German bark Harzburg,W?chter, Bremerhaven.
Spanish brig Toro, Mos, Barcelona, April 18.
Spanish brig Elvira, Oliver, Barcelona, April 20.
DP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Lizabel. Talbert, at Boston, May s.
Sehr yuten of the South, Byrnes, at New "i erk,
CLEARED FOR THIS TORT.
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, at New York, Stu
NEW >'ORK, May 10.-Arrived, the Montgomery
SAVANNAH. May 10.-Arrived, bark Ellen Oiiaer,
lu distress, with rudder post damaged. Cleared,
sehr W R Beebee, New York.
USX OF VESSELS
rr. CLEARED AND .SAILED VCR 7HI? fOHT.
Bc ship Island Home. Mcl.eilan,,jip.April o
Br bark Vinco, Robson, sailed.April 2;
Erhart Ka hleen, Leaer, up.May ;'
Norwegian bark Lugent, Neilson, sailed....Jan 2<
Brig G S Berry, Brad.ty, cleared.Apfil lc
ST. .TACO ?E CUCA.
Span brig Carmen,-, xleared.April 1"
Brig L'zabel. Talbert, up.May (
Sehr Conservative, Sterling, cleared.April 24
UKW Vi AZ.
Sehr II C sheppard. Clark, cleared.April 2?
Sehr Llllr, Huches, cleared.April 21
SchrL Well-, Wells, u,>.April 2t
.chr Ella Frances. Bolger, cleared.May f
ic :r Queen of the Soutn, Byrnes, up.May ?
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.May f
PHI CA l'??.PniA.
Sehr S L Russell, .Smith, cleared.April 2;
Sehr A S Ga-kUi, Gaskin, up.april -5
Brig Ellen Maria, Hoxie. cleared.April lt
sehr E M Pennell, Mitchell, cleared..May i
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, up.May t
Sehr Lucy D-, Hail, cleared.April 2c
TOOK LIVEBPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN^
CARRYING TUE UNITED STATES MAILS.
TUE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Wiil dispatch one of their flrst-c.'ass, full powei
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
MANHATTAN, Capt. FORSYTH_May c,ar. 3P.M
COLORADO, Capt. T. W. FREEMAN. May 10, at 10 A M
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS....May 17,at 3PM
NEVADA. Capt. GREEN.May24,at 9A?J
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.May 27, at ll A M
Cabin Passage $80, g ld.
Steerage P?ssagc (OtHce No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply tc
WILLIAMS & GUION,
No. 65 Wall Street, N. Y.
N. B. The Steamships plying between Charles?
ton and New York, of thc Lines represented re?
spectively by Messrs." JAMES A DOER A CO.,
Agents, and by Messrs. WAGNER, HUGER A CO.
and W. A. COURTE NA V, Agents, make close
connections with the Steamehips of the WIL*
LIAMb A GUION Line. maye
VIA SAVANNAH. '
The steamer DICTATOR, Captain . "ff^ic,
L. M. Coxetter. will ltave muthern Itsifc"?"E2
Wharf iwry ir?:.*" EVKKINO. at -.30 o'e;ocK
(untL further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fern?n
dina and Palaika, ;-.rnv:ng bael; al ct;arie; .1
every SATURDAY .UTBUKOUS.
may ll_RAVEN EL A CO.. Agents.
'OR NORTH EDISTO, BEAUFORT ANL
Thc Steamer Pl LOT BOY. Captain _ Tjrr?Vfc
J. w. sly, will leave Central Whnri?ja??lsZi
for the above points every-MoNDAV MORMMV. u; ?
o'clock, and, returning, wul leave Beaufort ever;
TUESDAY, at s o'clock A. M.. and Edisto at 3 I'. M.
marji_. J. D. AIKEN, Agent.
OR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT RU?. Captain, -j-?T^*.
J. W. Sly, will leave i-very Tunis-^s?^lii^si^.
DAV MORNING, at o o'clock, as above'. Hemming,
will leave Bi-aufor: FRIDAY MORNING, at 3 o'clock.
HW21_J. H. AIKEN, Agent.
jgXCURSION* TO ST. AUGUSTINE ??'D
TUE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, FLORIDA.
Hiv; ?>.....lilli WM O.l.lIIiVI u -HI, k~
DICTATOR, Captain L. M iv. vu A - s^y^g
wilt leave Charleston, TUESDAY, May Urtu, al .i:ii:
pasi>8 1'. M.. on uti Excursion to Florida, arriving
at Savannah eui1:)' on WEDNESDAY, and remain,
ing there until afternoon, affording ample time io
visit Buenaventura aud other po.uis of interest.
Leaving at 3o'clock P. M.. will arrive at St. Au?
gustine THURSDAY MORNING, wheres mnst agree?
able day may be spent inspecting the ancient
Spanish Fortress, the Cathedral, and oilier relics
oi the ?rst settlement on the Continent, In sating
on the Bay or visiting the Grantee Groves of the
neighborhood. Leaving SL Augustine, on FRIDAY
MONNING, 'he Dictator wul pass up Hie St. John's
to Pdlatk.i. by daylight, stepping ni all points ol
Interest, Urns acurdmg a raie opportnuity of see?
ing, to the be.-: advantage, the most bcaulifai ol
Returning wii: i?&ve Jacksonville SATURDAY,
Fernandina the taine Hlferttoou, arriving at Sa?
vannah SUNDAY MUKNINO, ano Charleston SUN?
DAY EVEN I NO.
Fare tor reurid : i if.-, ' IS.
No extra chjrpe tor Meals r,r Stateroom*.
mayl-14 i?AV'ENKL A CO? Agents.
-^?EEKLY LIKU PJ ?A'VAXNAL!.
TUI'OLVU EV DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACI Fl'J LANDING. FSA?PCR?, C-.l.Tu.
3EAD. SAVANNA::. J.M::LN AND
The favorite Steamer
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight a; Aecommo?a- " _ M-P^K.
ion wharf for above ?Joint-s every ^?ShSsV
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MORNING,
at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah same evening,
and leaving for Darien, Ac, on ?he fallowing
Returning, will leave Savannah for Charleston
every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock. .
For Freight or passage, apply to
RAVFiNEL, HOLMES ? CO.,
may6 No. HT East Bay.
The fine American Bark ANNIE KIM-iJ?
BALL, small capacity, Stln9on, Master.Sana
having a large portion of her cargo engaged anc
going en board, will meet with dispatch.
For engagements, apply to
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
mayll-ths2 Napier's Range.
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON,
John F. Fowler, Master, wan ts 600 bales cot?
ton to complete cargo. Apply to
may3 HENRY CARD,
pOK S E W YORK.
OLD LINK NEW YORK AND CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED 1 84 6.
SPACJO?S AND ELEGANT DECK STATE ROOMS
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of thlB Line will sall from Adger's South
Wharf as foUow6 :
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, May 13th, it 1 o clock
P. M. . , ,
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May 2?th, at 6 o'clock
P. M. . . , ,
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, May 27ih, at 12 o clock
AS-Insurance a percent, by this Line.
?3- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Pro vidence and thc New Eng
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke
For Freight or Passage anoagements. apply '.c
mayl JAMES1 ADGER A CU.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The flne Steamsnip FALCON, naynie. Com?
mander, wm sail for Baltimore on TUESDAY, 16th
May, at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.
?J?- Philadelphia tretgriiB lorwarded io thai
."?itv by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple lime to sample and sell their Goods frcro
thc Railroad D?p?t in Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
mayl0-6 No. 2 Union W nar ves.
WEEKLY STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON?
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
The. Fast Iron screw Steamship
V IRGI NIA.,
Will bc dispatched for Philadelphia on
FRIDAY. i2th May. at ll 'o'clock
A. M.. from Brown's North Wharf.
iS-Through Bills Lading issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, ?c., to the New England Cities,
and Spirit?.Turpentine, as agreed.
*3*The Steamers of this line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.
For Freight' engagements apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
may8-mwihf4 No. 1 Union Wtiaif.
.pACLFIC MALL STEAMSHIP COMPTe
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above une leave Pter.^f?SA
Nc. 12. North River, foot of CanalSUBB
strict. N*w York, at 12 o'clock noon, ol tue 15th
.ind 30th of every month (except wheu meei
? tates fal! on Sunday, then the Saturday preved
AU departures connect at ranama wit: -ream
MS for south Pacific anc. central American rons.
Departure of 15th touches at Kingston. Jamaica,
For Japan aud Chiuu, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco ii rs i of every month, except when Jt fails on
Sunday; then on the itay preceding,
No California steamers touch ut Havana, ba
go direct from New Kort to Aspinwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and alt en dan ce free.
For Passage Tickets or o'uer information app:<
\ at. til? COMPANY'S TICKET OFFlviB, on the
'wharf toot cf Canal tiree:. North River. Ne*
\ork. F. R. RABY, Agent.
U S S E L L ' S LI ST
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The Arts m the Middle Ages, aud at the Period
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the imperial Library ol the A/scnal, Paris, illus?
trated villi nineteen ehromo-?ihogruphic prints,
and upward of lour hundred eugravlugs on wood.
specimens of thc Drawings ol the Ten Masters,
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Songs of Home, wita thirty-six illustrations by
Kenn, Hennessy, Griswold, .vc, and eight auto?
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type- copies ol the best examples lu the South Ken?
sington Museum. $6.
Wonders of Italian Art. By Louis Vjardot. With
ten autotypes und thirty engravings, cloth. %n.
Wonders of Painting. Of the Spanish, French,
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The Wonders of Engraving.- Uv .George Du
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o? ibu various singes of Hie h rt of engraving,
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Illustrations of the Life of Marun Luther. En?
graved in bile alter original paintings by Labou?
chere, with letter-press. Bv Kev. Men? D'Aubigne.
Twelve pictur.-s in folio, fd.
The Birth and Childhood of our Lord Jesus
Christ. Meditations, selected from the works mt
Augustine, Chrysostom, Cosin, Hull, Calvin. Ac.,
wini twelve pbotaigraphs-aftt-r Da Vinci, Hadadle.
Murillo, Guido, Deiuroche, Aiy Seheder, and other
masters, l vol., illuminated cloth, extra gilt. $i?.
Library of Poe.ry and Song. Being a choice
select ?on from the best poets, with Introduction
hy Wm. Cullen Bryant. Handsomely illustrated
I vol., tsvo. $0.
The Song of the Sower. By Win, cullen Bryant.
Illustrated with forty-two engiavings by the best
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Rustic Adornments for Homes or Taste, with
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Miss KUnian-egg and her Precious Leg; A Gold
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Sixty exquisite etchings from drawings by Thomas
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$7 . 0.
Illustrations to Goethe's Faust. Thirteen de?
signs in Silhouette, by Paul Kouc-wka. The English
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M?nchhausen-Adventures du Baron de M?nch?
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IBustrces par G UBI ave Dore.
Also, a large and choice coUection of the newest
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STEAM FIRE ENGINES
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
MAY 1?TH, 1571.
Companies will assemble at tiic Citadel Square
at 8 o'clock A. M., preciscley, and rorm In line ac?
cording to Charter:
Committee of Arrangements.
Hook and Ladder No. 1.
Tioneer Steam Engine Company.
Eagle Steam Engine Company.
Vigilant. Steam Engine Company.
Phoenix steam Engine Company.
.Etna Steam Engine Company.
Hook and Ladder No. 2.
Marlon Steam Engine Company.
German steam Engine Company.
Palmetto Steam Engine Company,
nope Steam Engine Company.
Washington Steam Engine CumpaBy.
Stonewall Steam Engine Company.
Young America Steam Engine Company.
Linc of march down King to Hasel, through
Hasel to Meeting, down Meeting to Broad, through
Broad to East Bay, up East Bay to Queen, through
Queen to corner of Meeting, where the exercises
will commence In the following order.
1. Pioneer Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp &
Jones, builders. New York.
2. Eagle Ste im FireBmrlne Company, Button 4
Ul?ke. builders. Water.'ord. N. Y.
3. Vigilant steam Fire Engine Company, Silsby
Manufacturing Company, bnilders, Seneca
' Falls, N. Y.
4. Phoenix Steam Fire Engine Company, William
Jeilers, builder, Pawtucket, R. I.
5. .Etna Steam Fire Engine Company, Clapp 4
Jones, builders, New York.
C. Marion Steam Fire Engine Company, Cl3pp ?
JoueB, builders, New York.
7. German Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
kt-ag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N ll.
8. Palmetto Steam Fire Engine Company, Amos
. leag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
9. Hope ??team Fire Engine Company, Amos
keag Manu.'acturing company, builders,
Manchester, N. IL
10. Washington Steam Fire Engine Company,
Clapp ft Jones, builders, New York.
11. Stonewall stearn Fire Engine Company, Amos
Keag Manufacturing Company, builders,
Manchester, N. H.
12. Young America Steam Fire Engine Company.
Sibby Manufacturing Company, builders,
Seneca Falls, N. Y.
OROEK OK .EXERCISES.
1st. Steamer will start from Met ting street,
near the Circular Church, running three hundred
(300) yards, with twenty (20) pounds of steam at
thc start, with ave (5) men to the one thousand
(1000) pounds weight of Hie Englue, reeling orr
and uncoupling one hundred (100) feet
or hose at the termination of the Dine
hundred (300) yards. Taking suction al
the drain pit opposite Uayne street, and playing
one hundred (100) feet of water; as soon as the
hundred feet of water ls obtained the tune will be
called by the time Judges, Messrs. A. II. Hayden
and Jno A. Wogen er, and marked on a board In a
conspicuous place. Messrs. A. Cameron and E.
Forgeaad will act as starting Judges, assisted by
Messrs. R. M. Alexanderand C. P. Aimar; MCSBIS.
M. H. Nathan, F. L. O'Neill end B. M. strobel will
assist thc time Judges. All .;ischa'ge pipe3 to be
left open at the time of starting, cover of drain
pit to be lifted for thc use of each Company by
some member starting with Engine or Bose Reel.
2d. All reels must have three hundred 1300) feet
of hose to start with. No member pulling on the
reel will be allowed to handle the Engine, coup
linger hose not .being considered ashaudllng;
reels to start at the same time and oa a line with
the Engice; unreeling ofhose to commence. When
the reel reaches the drain pit.
3d. Engine to come u> the stand with cold
water, and fire and steam up there; when twenty
pounds (20) of steam Is reached the start mast be
made. Correct steam gauges to be used, subject
to examination by thc Judges. Companies to use
any coupling t li ey see lit, and no restriction as to
the number of men pulling on the reel. In no
case will a second trial be a.lowed. Thc decision
of the Judges must be Anal. In case, however, of
an accident happening to thc Engine before the
Trial comes off, the Judges are empowered to
change its turn, so that thc run ls not altogether
4th. Arter tne run and play, each steamer will
be allowed ten (io) minutes to re'.-re rrom the
drain pit. No members or any companies will be
allowed within the enclosure, except members of
the company on run, and thc otlluers and Mem?
bers of all Companies are earnestly requested to
pay particular attention to ibis part of the pro
.Otb. Companies wilt hand in thc weight or En?
gines by thc loth of May. to rue Committee of
will act with the starting Judges, so as to see
that Engines are all right accenting to the rules
Olh. Prizes will be awarded to thc winning
Companies by Oeneral Jno. A. Wagener, Immedi?
ately after the closing of the exercises, to the First
and Second Company unklug the best and second
beat time. All Companies (rom this and other
clilcsenter into competition for all the Pilzes
in addition to which a special Prize will be award?
ed to the successful vlsulng Company. A Prize
will li given for the'best distance playing, all
Engines tD enter without classing. A Prize will
be given by the Pioneer Steam Engine Com?
pany to the Company who shall leave the grounds
in the quickest time arter the inn has been
"til. Engines entering for distance must do so
by the 15th Instant. No restriction will be made
ns to the amount ol steam to be carried. The
ploy will bc through loo reel of hose, and
each Engine allowed fifteen minutes to. oe at the
well. After the Eugine? have made the run,
those Companies who enter for distance can re?
tire to* the, wei!, corner -Broad and King streets,
and play for distance.
8th. lu the event of a tie run between two or
more Engines, the run will be made over. If ihe
Companies do not desire to run again, thc Judge?
can decide as tu the Prizes in connection with the
Commanding (juicers of the companies.
Each Compauy will appoint au oltlccr to assist
the committee of Arrangements in keeping the
Visiting Companies will be allowed io select
their own tune for the run.
Citizens are requested to keep -on the sidewalks
COMMITTEE OP AKKAXM KMEKTS.
. Bl. ll. N Al li AN.
R. M. ALEXANDER, C. P. AIMAR,
F. L. O'NEILL, B. M. STROBE!*,
~py S T A ? L I S H E P 1 S -1 4
P II O N IX I H O X WORKS.
JOHN* F. TAYLOR ?& CO.,
(Successors to cameron i Co..)
ENGINEERS, BOILER-MAKERS, ic. &c.
Corner East Bay ami Pritchard streets, near tbe
CHARLESTON. S. C.
M A X 13 ? A C T L lt ? R 9
STEAM ENGINES AXD BOILERS.
Murine*. Stationary and Pirtatle.
RICE THURS li EllS AND MILLS Or EVERY
Shafting. Polleys atid Gearing
Iron Fronts for Buildings
Castings of every kind in Iren or Brass .
Forgings ot every description.
?S" Guarantee to furnish Engines and Boilers
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates
as can be Sad in New Y'ork, Baltimore or Phil?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES, which are pu: on all Engines made a
as- Repairs promptly attended to.
fine dhotetitBi &t.
TEA. WAREHOUS "E
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAISY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CR',. CK ER'S, ?wi
BISCUITS, 4c, AC.
N. S.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
F.1MILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITT.
I E. E. BEDFORD,
CHOICE (BRANDIES,. WIN E 8
i V'ILLIAM ii. CORWIN 4 CO.,
FAMILY AND VERY OLD
No. 275 KING STREET, ^ -
FLOUR. ? WHISKIES.
I OPPOSITE HASEL.
WHOLESALE AJVD RETAIL DEALER
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars Provisions, Spices, &v*
HERMETICALLY SEALED* FRUITS.
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &c.
AU articles sold from this establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY and WARRANTE.!)
Goorie iellvered to all part3 of the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, free of expense.
EVER'f E. BED! ORD. 1
UEO. II. GRUBER. f
SEND FOR A
I JAS. S. MARTIN.
} WM. G. MOOj^jB.
Soots, Slices, &c.
GABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS & SHOES,
For Wet Weather. For Dry Weather,
For Youths, For Age,
For Gentlemen, For Ladies,
Fori he City, For the Country,
For Riding, For Walking,
For Fishing, For Huming.
SOLD I! Y DK ALK KS EVERYWHEltE.
Ste that every one bears the Patent Stamp,
may ll-l mo , .
-KT O T I C E
THE "STAR" BOOT AND SHOE STORE
OTEN'S THIS DAY,
No. 442 KING STREET, EAST SIDE, BETWEEN
HUDSON AND JOHN,
(BELOW DK. LCBK'S DRUG STORK.)
Customers can depend upon our Goods being
Sold Cheap, as they are Eought for Cash, and our
motto ls ' Quick Sales and small Prouts."
W. B. BURKE. W. C. CHAPMAN A CO.
m ay 8-6
JgOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving -ils day per Steamships Georgia,
from New Vorn, Eau River, irom Philadelphia,
assorted luvoices o? FINE BOOTS AIVD SHOES.
In addition to the choice selection always in
stock 1 keep those CARLS SCREW WIRE WATER
Sold cheap at EDWARD DALT'S,
maris No. 121 Meeting street.
O T I C E! NOTICE!
By Fall River Steamship from Philadelphia thl
day I em receiving afresh supplv or those Gent's
Ilund-Sewed Magic Fitting FRENCH CiL F
BOOTS. With much time and labor, I hav ; the
same for Boys and Gents.
ranr22 No. 121 Mee t ins str eet.
rpo THE EDITOR OF THE NEWEL
Please Inform the numerous readers of your
paper that the AMERICAN GAITER, Patented, or
the Shoe of the Future, ls a success. To supply
the demands of the Trade, another invoice to-day
by Fall River, from Philadelphia,
. Sold by EDWARD DALY,
maT22 No. 121 Meeting street.
premium ?aub Sale.
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE.
$100,000 t'o be Distributed to Shareholders.
FIVE DOLLARS Will purchase a Share, including a
Work of Art woith FIVE DOLLARS.
The Derby Farm Property to be distributed em?
braces the Largest Vineyard and Orchard In the
UNEQUALLED CLIMATE ! PEACEABLE COUN?
TRY ! GENEROUS SOIL 1
The salubrious and health-giving climi..te of
Aiken has given it the name of -'Tae Saratoga of
$9?.(00 in Premiums piesented to Shareholders.
Sioo.ouo lu Real Estate and Greenback Pr.-zes to
. bc distributed to Sliareiiolders.
HR eal E-tate Prizes, worth from $300 to f 25,000.
522 Greenback Prizes, from $5 to $1000.
ONLY 19,000 SHARES WILL BE ISSCED.
ONE SHARE IN EVERY THIRTY-ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE.
This Heal Estate Property, conveyed by Deed of
Trust tn thc- ? ominlttee who are to conduit the
DRAWING, ls to be traaiderred by them to the
FORTUNATE SHAiiEHOLDERS as soon as the re?
maining Shares are s. ld.
The Drawing will rake place according to the
TUE DAY OF THE DRAWING
will be announced by Telegram to the Associated
A Sm :i Sum Invested now may secure a For?
Every Sliarel.o'der may rest a;surred of equal
justice, and that nils Scheme, unlikeraany others,
IS-FAIR, SQUARE AND HONEST."
Money received alter the (looks are closed will
bc promptly Morned. For rmi particulars, as
embraced :n revised pamphlet, addi ess
J. C. DERBY. General Manager,
mays Key Box No. 334, Augusta, Ga.
. WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LCCK-SV1TCL
are the be?t In uxe.
For sale ou the Lease Plan, w;tn monthly na?
?.lents, on ea-y terms,'or for cash. Ab Kidds ci
Machine attachments, Needles. Cotton, (watte
flack and colored.] sus. Oil, .soap, Ac, AC
Repairing aa usifr.i. Circulars ?md saiui;)leso
work sen: un application.
D. B. HASELTON,
Genet c. **ealer ?n First Class Sewing asa
clunes ano Material, No. 307 King stree;,
augl" Charleston, s. C.
STJ."R,JS IFOIF !
DEATH TO HATS,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold ar. Wholesale by
DOWIE. MOISE & DAViiS,
And at retail Dy all Druggists. iebl-nmo
O?TTH 0 AROLINA RAILROAD.
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 18,1871. j
On and after SUNDAY, January S3, the Passen?
ger Trains on Mie SOUIL -..roana Railroad wm
rai: ?B follows:
Leave Charleston.12.60 P. M.
Arrive ut Augusta. 8.15 P. M.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 A. M.
Arrive at, Colombia. 3.10 P. M.
Leave Augusta.*. 7.40 A. II.
Arrive at Charleston.3.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia..12.15 P. M.
Arrrlve at charleston.".60 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.30 P.V.
Arrive ut Augusta...-..7.GIC a.
Leave Aagusta.5.50 P. M.
Arrive a; Charleston. 5.40 A.M..
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia..*..... 6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.45 A. M.
Leave Charleston.4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.e.oo P. M.
Leave summerville.. 7.oo A. -M.
Arrive at Charleston. 8.16 A. M.
Leave Camden. 6.00 A M..
Arrive at Columbia.10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia. 1.25 P. M.
Af rive at camden.6.00 P.M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Ra?road and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Coiumbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects dally with Day Passen
janis . A. L. TYLER. vice-President.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C., February ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Dally at 12 M. and
Arrive at Chariest o 2 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 Acqula
Creek only, golDg through in 42 hours, WITHOUT
DETENTION' ON' SUNDAYS.
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY m Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATCHDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to .Cincinnati, Chicago and other pointa
West and Northwest, both Trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and o hlo Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent,
P. L. CLEAPOR, General Ticket Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Road run dally a?
Leave Charleston.8.30 A M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.00 P. M.
- Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M.>
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic & Gulf'
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and an
points In Florida.
With Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points ob the Savannah.
. At Charleston with the Nortoeastern and Sonth
j Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
( North and West.
Through Tickets over thia line OP sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Screven Bouse, Savannah; and all
principal Ticket ornees Ndrth and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah ami all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued :o Jacksonville,
Paint ka, Ac.
Tarin" as low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
octo Engineer and Superintendent.
?Drngs, (Ctirairals, Ut.
ROS AD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROS AD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy, trie^
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. H. WILSON CARR, of Baltimore.
Dr. T. C. POOH, ol Baltimore.
Dr THOS. J. BOYKIN. of Baltimore.
Dr. A. D?RGAN. of Tarboro', N. C.
Dr. J. S. SPARKS, of Nicholaaviie, E>.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Lima. Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY. ol.Palladeltthla.
Ur. J. L. MCL'ARTHA, or Soutli Carolina,
and niauy otners. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endors-d by Rev. DABNEY BALL, now 0.'Mary?
land conference, formerly Chaplain in '?ie Con?
federate Ai my of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Toole .ml Diuretic, and ants at
one and the same time npon the BL'JOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS aurt all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling ali impure matter .'.od building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
' ' IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE, MOISE & DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH. WISEMAN A- CO..} Agents In
Dr. H. BA EH, ; Charleston.
gAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
PIERCE'S GOLDEN DISCOVERY, DsBING'S PILE
REMEDY, and au other new Preparations. *
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
mano No. 131 Meet tug street.