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Power of Short Words.
BT ADDISON ALEXANDER. D. ?.
[This poem is remarkable as a specimen of
" * -what may be dene In vigorous, forcible writing,
?using only words of one syllable.]
Think nc: that strength Ut s In the big, round
Or that the brier and plain must needs be weak.
To whom can this be true who once has heard
The erv for BjeipjlUvp tongue that all men speaS,
Wben want, or woe, or fear ls in the throat,
So that each word gasped ont is like a shriek
Pressed (rom the sore heart, or a strange wild
Sung bv some fay or Oend I There is a strength
Whien dies ir stretched too far or spun too fine,
Which has more blight tliah breadth, more
depth than length.
Le; bntthis force of thought and speech be mine,
And'he that win may take the sleek, fat phrase,
Whicn glows and burns not, though lt gleam and
Light ont net heat-a flash but not a blaze I
Nor ls it mere strength that the short word boasts,
It *ei ves or.more than light or Btonn to tell,
The roar or waves that clasu on rock-be nnd coasts,
The :crash of \M trees when the wild winds
The roar of guns, the groans of men that die
Offbro'odstalned fields. It haB a voice as well
For them that far off on their sick-beds lie.
For ?hem mat weep, for them that moura the
Fer them that laugh and dance and clap the
To Joy's quick step, as well as grief's low tread.
Tne sweet, plain words we learnt at first keep
And thouch the theme be sad, or gay. or grand.
Witii each, with aiL these may be mode to chime,
In thought, or speech, or song, or orose, or
DABBLING IN STOCKS.
Wall Street-Trie Gamblers in Gold
and Stocks-Boll Vanderbilt and
George Alfred Townsend writes to the Chi?
The Gold Boom In Wall street transacts very
little business in these.days, and lt ls ?ifflcult
to make a panic In reputable stocks. The last
large haul was said to be in Union Pacific
Btock, the Pennsvlvaula Railroad operators
buying low after Oakes Ames's calamity, and
then building up the stock by assuming con?
trol ot the road, when they immediately sold
out. Still, as long os stocks promise such
speedy possibilities, and men are bold to
take chances, Wall street brokers will And
an avocation. Take the broker's olDce of
Van Schaick & Co., (pronounced Van
BhoickJ on Broad slreet, nearly opposite
the Stock Exchange. It is on the iirst or
stieet floor-a large room, twenty-five by filly
feet in dimensions, with chairs and writing
tables beneath the street, and an automatic
telegraph instrument on one side, close by a
reading-board, where are placarded all the
quotations ot the day. Mr. Van Schaick sits
ala deakin this.reading part, with a window
at his elbow, enabling him to wheel in hie pi?
vot chair and look through the banking de?
partments, which is partitioned off behind him.
At Ute tables In front congregate the betting
principals, to whom their broker, a stout,
red-laced, agreeable man, with a quick voice
and a ready joke, addresses such remarks as:
'.'Fine ?day for the race P'
"What race V
"The human race."
. Meantime; the telegraph instrument is count?
ing "ott," on long, printed rolls, the state of
transactions Just across the street, where Mr.
Van Schalck's partner Is buying and selling at
his d/esk .Among, the screaming multitude ol
privileged, ones, whose roar can almost be
Heard across the broad, wood-paved avenue.
The price of membership in the Stock Ex?
change, nominally $10,000, is now reduced to
$4000, and the character of the Exchange has
so deteriorated that it permits its own rules to
be broken with impunity. Erie being still al?
lowed, to be bartered in there, although a
secret issue of three million dollars of stock
was lately made, contrary to the express pro?
vision of the board.
To Mr. Van Schaick enters, perhaps, a per?
son, who says :
"I wish you to purchase for me, Van, 5000
shares of Lake Shore."
"How much margin are you going to allow
"Ten per cent."
"I want forty per cent, beiorc I touch it,"
says Van Schaick. And the would-be gam?
bler goes- away sorrowfully, for he hos small
?^sessions. He belongs to one ol the five fol-1
owing classes, probably the last :
A "bull" is a broker or principal who is al?
ways pushing up securities and stocks, and in?
dulging in the pleasures'ol hope, Vanderbilt
is me first bull in the world. His abundant
capital-now alleged to be nearer $70,000,000
than $50,000,000-his strong, good judginenr,
and calm, powerful confidence, are lelt in that
superstitious street like a lighthouse on a
treacherous coast. But although a "bull," he
ls without heart. His faith ls purely specula?
tive, aud he will let the family of bis engineer,
who perished driving through fire, suffer and
starve without remorse. The "bear" in Wall
street is he who deals In security and fear, and
wagers against the hopes of capital. A lre
quent'bear is Daniel Drew-an ignorant man of
marvellous duplicity, who is bold and worldly,
and works by cunning and money. Any pos
v ture betwer-.i getting on his knees or belly and
standing on a church steeple is the ?am? to
Dan. Drew, so he can make profit.
A "green gosling"' on Wall street is a ver?
dant character who comes into the street with
money or avarice, and accepts as valid the
points given him by mischievous advisers and
designing, brokers. When he loses he becomes
a "lame duck ;" and If afterward he returns to
his broker, and wishes to have stock purchased
for himself without putting up margins, crav?
ing it on the plea of his bad luck and the pre?
vious gains his btv.ker has made upon his mis?
fortune, he is suki to be "an elephant."
Mr. Vari Schaick says that his checks for
transactions run i'rom one million to one mil?
lion anti a hall of dollars a day. Multiply inls
. by the dozens of brokers at the foot ot Sub
treasury Hall and you have an Inkling of the !
' extent of stock transactions.
THE HOESES OE NEW TOBK.
Who Owns Them and "Where They are
to be Seen.
The New York correspondent ol the Troy
Times furnishes the following horse notes :
I do not propose to notice the various estab?
lishments of our rich or our sporting men, and
lt may be sufficient to remark that there are at
least one thousand horses of blooded stock own?
ed in this city and suburbs.' The entire value
of horseflesh iwned here, Including animals of
toil, cannot be less than, two millions. The
showy turn-outs In the Central Purk keep up a
spirited comp?tition, and the park has done
much to create ihe present rase for fine
horses. Every lamily that Is ambitious of
distinction must make a show ia the dash?
ing array ol equipages, and our fast young
men can hardly pass a half hour's chat without
introducing thu leats ol their "ponies." Charles
Astor Bi isted has said that twenty years ago
there were but three really fine teams In the
city; but at present you can count them up
until the list becom .'s wearisome. Since 1850
the price (If not the value) of fine horses has
increased Ibur-iold, or. as a merchant would
say, four hundred per cent. In 1858 "Flora
Temple" was sold, and such was ihe popularity
ol this famous mat e that she brought what was
then considetcd the enormous sum of $8000;
but that looks small now. Just see how the
figures auvauce. In 18G2 "Calilornia Damsel"
brought $11,000. Jn 1861 Bonner astonished
the world by paying $13,500 lor Ihe Auburn
horse. But hie subsequent prices were ol a
still mere astonishing character. In 1866
he paid $'?5,000 tor -Young Pocahontas,"
and ibe next yetti * was glad to become
the owner ci "Dext er, even at the round price
of $33,000. Mr. Bonner had then over
$120,000 invested in six animals, whose
uncertain value may be shown by the fact
that the Auburn horse died aller au illness of
a few days, while "Flora Temple" was dis?
abled by an accident, -j he prices just men?
tioned have no re!a:5^n to precise value.
When rich men compete for anything, whether
it be for a book or a picture or a horse, the
value ol money is not reckoned. Possession
ls their object aud ibis must be obtained at
?whatever price may be required. Il does not
make any difference lo Bonner what he pays
for a horbe. Hu simply gives a piece ol paper
bearing some figures, signed wiih his name,
with the addlliou of u cancelled revenue
stamp. This is an easy way to get a horse,
and whether the figure be $33,000 or more is
not the sligbie.-t importance, so long as the
animal be secured, indeed, Ihe owner of
Dexter made a mistake in not asking a higher
price. Commodore Vanderbilt was desirous
of making the same purchase, and the figures
might have been $50,000 Instead of $33,000.
.Veil, it would not huve required any more ink
after all. From $33,000 lo $100,000 may seem
alante B'ep, and yet Uiu Jailer price is de-|
jnanded for the famous "Hambleiouiau," j
whose colts are now among the best trotters
In the COUD!xv.
Speed is now in extreme demand, and each
mao's position in equestrian circles will be
rated according to this standard. This ?B no
doubt much after the Roman nation, when the
leadlnc gentry of that city were termed
"Equit?s, (or Knights) because they were
mounted men. There is a flue scene given in
the Macaulay's ballads of ancient Rome, where
"The Knights will ride in ail their pride
Along the streets to-day."
The horse gave a dignity to man then as he
does now, ?ind I think that inf ancient Cen?
taurs wpre only a symbol of the grand admi?
ration Ju which noble horsemanship was held.
Carrying out this Idea, I may designate Bon?
ner anC Commodore Vanderbilt as the Cen?
taurs of Ano erica. Tbe rivalry between these
men has in leed been the chief cause of the
present enormous price. They have contest?
ed the distl action of owning the fleetest ani?
mals in the world, and have been ready to bid
against each other to any extent. Thus far
Bonner has been successful, and the reason,
probably, is because the commodore did not
dream that any had the nerve to distance his
figures. In this he was mistaken, and his mis?
take jost him the envied pre-eminence. He
did not know Bonner. The latter, indeed, has
been a con stant puzzle to the world, and has
proven hirrself In literature what Vanderbilt
is in Wall street, though the commodore can
beat him swearing. Bonner has the finest
stud of last horse- on record. Alexander the
Great, who had the most famous horse of an?
cient days, would be surprised could he come
to life again and stand with his Bucephalus
amid this group of wonderful animals which
now signalizes the success of the Ledger man.
R1?SORT "FOR FAST HORSES.
This is Dubois Club House In Harlem Lane,
where the sporting men meet more frequently
than anywhere else. The term "lane" ls a
misnomer here, since Harlem Lane is a broad
highway well adapted to rivalry in speed.
Here General Grant was Invited shortly after
the close of i he rebellion to Inspect the finest
array of horseflesh In America. On this occa?
sion Bonner, Vanderbilt and a dozen lesser
names met the general, and lt ls probable that
a finer show ol horses has never been seen in
America. Harlem Lane is the favorite place
for testing speed and showing skill in the use
of "the ribbons." It is no place for a jog trst
or anything of i hat kind. Such will bo toler?
ated in the Central Park, but the lane ls the
place for bold riders and for impetuous steeds,
and here on a fine afternoon will be seen such
men us John H. Stare. August Belmont and
Leonard Jerome, scouring In the train of the
commodore, whose gay and rapid team In vain
attempts lo match the owner of Dexter and
COMMERCIAL S Elf S.
BOSTON-Per sehr Cynosure-183 bbls rosin, 131
bbls spirits or turpem lue, 90 tous old Iron, l bale
NEW YORK-Per steamship Georgia-81 bags sea
?Bland and 743 bales upland conon. -1 tes rice, 146
bb s naval stcres, 109 bales domestics and goods,
129 bbls coil oi seed meal. 30 bbls cotton seed oil,
1649 bbls potatoes, 1865 boxes vegetables, 73 pkgs
s J nd rles.
BALTIMORE- Per steamship Falcon-120 bales
cotton, 79 rcs rice. 66 bales domestics. 23 rolls
leather, l hho" and 4 bales hides, 8 pkgs mdse, 450
pkgs vegetables, Ac.
The Charleston Cotton. Rice anil Naval
OFFICE UEAIiLSSTON NFWS. !
TffiSDAY EVENING. May 16. 1:11. I
COTTON.- Tt.e demand wus light, with rather a
quiet market, prices remaining unchanged, sales
about 400 bales, say 4 ar. ll, 0 at ll X, Sat 1 at
13, a at 13X. o at i3)?, is at I4.'i, 24 at lix, 43 at
14X. 89 at 15, 4 at 15.'?c. Wc quote :
Ordinary to good orcituury.12 @!4X
Low midd lug.15 di -
RICE.-The? was a lluiittd business doing.
Sale3 21 tierces of clean Carolina at s.*ic. t? lb. We
quote common to fur at 8@S><c good 8>?@SJ? $
NAVAL STOR?S.-F ra day or .two past rosins
have beeu In request, and some soo bois, have
been disposed of atabout $5@?5 50 9 bbl. for pale
to extra pale, ??4 50 fur low pale, S2 25 for low So*
1, $1 85 for No. 2, $1 75 f jr No. 3. There was some
spirits turpen.be ou the market, but no eales
were reported I '
FREIGHT?. -To Liverp'.::. by steam direct,
nominal on uplands : via New York, Xri
m uplands ; ld on nea islands ; by sa l
'id ou upiond?, \? on sea islands. To
Havre nommai. CDisrwist-rtD New - rori;
JJ steam, jjfc on uplands and Vc on ?ta
.slaDds: $1 251? tierce on nee; by sa:!. ??c<. ft. 1
jotton; - H Uerce OD r.eetioc fl barre; on rc?.n:
lit?'s ?. Moa limber; ???io fl M os timber. 1.
3os:ou, by sail, xe ^ lb cn upland cottot:
To. Providence, by sail $s fl M on lourds, .v.
Tr* Is on cotton; by steam $1 ?j. bale on New
rork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. Xe V ft
m uplands; by sa;!, ?7 9 M ca boards; $9 on
timber; $3 fl ton on clay, aad $3?3 JO onphos
phates. To Bf.l?imore,-ty steam, sc fl ID by
.sa;.'. *6 50&7 fl M cu boards; $3$3.2S*Jk ton tu
phosphate roes. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take ?umber freights ircm
Seorgetcwu, S. C., Danen .iud SatL'Ia River. (Ja
?nd Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern "ports, and 110
@12 fl M are the rates on lumber and boards.
EXOHANGB.-sterling co day b:lie 22@22 ?...
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The s ar.ss purchase
sight checks a: X off to par, autl eell atpre?
mium. " .
Marketa by TcR-grapIi.
LONDON, May 16-Noon.-consols 03,"?. Bonds
NEW YORK, May 10-Noon.-Freights linn. Gov?
ernments stron;r but Inactive. Ste CES steady aud
dull. Mate strong and active. Money easy a 1. 4.
Gold steady at Exchange-long, lox;
Stocks showed upward tendency. Money easy at
4. Stales very firm-especially Teunesseesaud
South Carolinas. The balance strong and Bieady.
Tennessees 7?.??,new 70??; Virginias C8??, new 72;
Lou ii ?at. us os>,, new 62. levees 69J?, eights 84;
Alabamas 1C2, lives 70; Georgias se>" sevens 93;
North Caiolinas 48, new 27; South Carolinas 74,
. NEW ORLEANS, May 10.-Back sterling 13X
Sight Yt premium. Gold lix.
LiVEcrcoL, May ld-Noon.-Cotton hardening;
uplands 7Xd, Orleans 7??a77?d.
Evening.-Cotton closed flrni: uplands 7Xa7Xd;
Orleans 7?a7Xu; sales 12.000 bales; for export
and specuUtior. 3-.00. sales, ship named, rrom
Savannah or Charleston, at 7>?d iorup!and3 and
73?d for Orleans.
NEW YORK, May 16-Neon.-Cotton is au! t;
uplands 16Xc,'Orleans IGXc; bales loco balta.
EvenlDg.-Cotton duU : nd lower; sales 2S71
bales; upland? ?Xe: Orleans 16),'.
BOSTON, May 16.-Colton quiet ; middlings laue
net receipts b tales; gross 640; sales 500; stock
.BALTIMORE, May.10.-Cotton firm; middlings
15^ai5Xe; gross 55; expo: ts coastwise 24; ?ales
255; stock 2990 bales.
NORFOLK, May 16.-Cotton firm; low middllogB
14>ic; net receipts 95: exports coastwise 133:
sales loo ; stock moo bales.
WILMINGTON, May 16.-Cotton steady: mid
nhngs i?c.; net rectipis 55 huies; sales 19;s:ock
AUGUSTA, May le.-Cou-.n mai ket closed dull
and inactive at l4Xc tor Liverpool middllncs
sales 230 bales; receipts ?34. ' e '
SAVANNAH, May 16.-Cotton very dui); ncr.
receipts940 cal's; exports coastwise 1652 bais?
s?tes 310; stick is.??o '
MOBILE, May 16.-Cotton quiet; middlings
l5Xc: net receipts .157; expors coastwise 107S
sales 5000; stock 24.y22 bules.
NEW ORLEANS, May 16.-Cotton inactive; mid?
dlings, lsjfaioc; net receipts. 45H? hales; gros*.
4800; exports tr Havre 0211; Bremen 40IS; sales
3tO'J; stock 135.320.
PROVIS1 NS AND PKODICE M AK SETS.
LIVERPOOL. May 16-Noon.-Roar 27s Gd. Red
whiter wheat ils. 9d.
NEW IOKK, May IO-Neon -Flo;?r uncharged.
Wheat quiet iud steady, corn ?rmer. pork
unchanged. Laid duh. rurpeatiae dull at 5ia
dixc. Rosin quiet ; strained ?2 4".
Evening.-is ..; :; nu iltur unchanged. Whiskey
firmer at 92c. Wheat u sh tde ?:::u.r: barely
active; winter lcd ?iud aiultcr U'e-t-.-n ?! 55sl 62.
Corn a shade limier at 7l'is!;0c: vehOW and white
BALTIMORE, ?tay IC-Flor.r ("nie: and weak,
except ter strictly choice and sound. Shipping
wheat dui!. Corn-white Sou hern 75J77C; yel?
low 75a76c; mixed Western 73u7-i. Pi.rk quieta'
$lSal8cX- Bacon stead v. Lard ou ie:. Wh:-key
CINCINNATI, May le.-Eeur scarce and firm*
Com lu good demand at full prices, 57caskedr
Pork declined tc $17. Lard lower a; Bacon
steady and in m derate demand; shem hiera 7a7 >?;
Clear 6ides 9>iaps0. Whiskey Aim at 9S.
LOUISVILLE, May 16.-Flour quiet and firm.
Corn firm; shelltd aud sacked fee. Prori?l0L3
Ntw ORLEANS. May i6.-Flocr firm; superfine
$6 25; double $fi 76; treble $7a7 25. corn firm at
70a71. Oats Briner; Ohio River os^- st. Louis
67K. Bran$l3i Pork armer; mess $?9. bacon
no shoulders heie; clear nb Djf; dear 20:4ajo:,;'\
Sugar-cured han s !4al4x.
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Monday, May 16: The
market for foreign 19 m re active. The low prices
which have been current here with advices of an
improvement In Europe have stimulated buyers
to more activity and given prices an upward ten?
dency. We hear or sales or 3000 bags Rangoon
and Patna, mainly lor export, at $3 30@3 60, gold,
for Rangoon, and $3 50?3 75 for Patna. In lots
9ome 300 bags Rangoon have been sold to the
trade at 7@:??C.. currency. Carolina remains
firm, with some business; 30 tierces sold at 9@9;?c.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
CHARLOTTE, May 13.-Sales to day 13 bales at
13c. Market Arm.
COLUMBUS, May 13.-Market steady. Little
offering. Few bidders. Middlings 13%c. Sales
233 bales; receipts 26; shipments 510.
SELMA, May 14.-There were sales yesterday to
the amount of 75 bales. The light offerings re?
strict sales. Middlings 14al4/'ic; low middlings
13)?; strict ordinary 12>ic.
WILMINGTON, May 15.-SPIRITS TURPENTINE.
Sales of 82 casks at 44c per gallon for Southern
ROSIN.-Sales of 150C bbls at $1 65 for strained.
$2 75a3'25 for No L $2 for No 2, $4,4 sO, 5a5 5u tor
pale and $6 for window gla?s.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 25 bbls at $4 for
virgin, $310 for yellow dip and $2 for hard.
COTTON.-Sales of 188 bales as follows: 2 at 10. 4
at 12, 3 at 12>?, 7 at 13,153 at 14,2 at 14;,', and 17
I at lie per lb.
New York Hay Market.
i From the Dally Bulletin, Monday, May 10: Re
! ceipts 1875 bales. The market for shipping is dull.
The sales are 200 bales for Coarleston, 35 for Mo?
bile and 20 for Tarboro', N. C., at $1 05; 110 bales
for Charleston. 50 for Savannah and 76 for Wil?
mington at $1, the market closing at the last
price. Retail sells at $1 lo for poor to $1 35 for
best. Straw, with a good demand, is firmer. The
demand ls very light.
lUcclptK Oy Kaiiraatt. May 16.
sorra CAROLINA RAILROAD.
4SI bales colton, 36 balea goods. 136 bbls naval
stores, GOO sacks bran, 1 car stock, Ac. To Rail?
road Agent, Jno Marshall, Jr, Frost A Adger,. G
W Williams A co, A B Mulligan, W W Smith, A
S Smith, W C Bee A co. W O Courtney 4 co, W B
Williams A Son, L D DeSaussure, Pelzer, BodgerB
A co, A J Salina-, Gaillard A Minott, G?o H Wal?
ter A co, Smith A Chapean, Wlss A co, Brodie A
co, J O Aiken, Sloan A Soignions, C A Oraeser, W
K Smith A co, King A (Jibbon, Jeffords A co, FD C
Kracke, Macqueen A Kleeke, c Sahlman.
Per steamship Georgia, from .New York-Mr
and Mrs Browne, A S Hale. J A Amme, A Pogh,
Mrs Duelle and two children, Miss smith, Mr and
Mrs Jackson, Mr Storr, Mr Salmon, T G Boag and
wile. Mrs and Miss McKenzie, Mr and Mrs Ailing,
T Piper, C Shlder. H P Kingsland,.C D Revere, K
McCarthy. E 1'hlnlzy, H Swartingren, MrsWrenD,
Miss K Avent, Mr and Mrs Newnan, Mrs and Miss
North, Miss JobnsoD, T Short well, G B Forrester,
Mr Lowensteln. E M Troth, M Blankensee, Mrs AS
Hale, H A Williams, T A Yerby. U Jackson, Wm C
Brei?p. T A Wells, Mrs Jones, Miss Jones, Mrs J
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-Col B H
Rutledge, 0 Bart, Mrs Blake, Mr Hey ward. Mrs W
Blake and nurse, Mrs Higgins and child, Gus W?l?
der. Mrs Gllliland. Mr aud Mrs J W Kaw lings, C B
Si Hers, Mr aud Mrs A C Hammett, and Mis? Zoe
Per . steamship Champion,, from New York
E S Allen. W B ge< tu Kev J "A Todd, El. H Goodall,
w A Hinsehen. D T Barter. E H Wood, J O'Neill,
C Kcuty, J Jackson. S U Hunt, D L Cohen, Mrs F
ll Stowe. F H Stowe, J W Spragne, S Thomson, R
J Forsythe. lt L Whitworth, W C Jessup, J S Boyd
and wire. Miss Boyd. Master Boyd, F S Wells, I
Day, and 64 m Hie steerage.
Ter steamer Pilot Boy. from Beaufort. Pacific
Landing and Chisolra's Landing, Ac-C Bowen,
ti S Kuli, M l'ol?zcr. Col Hubbard. Major Daven
ptirr. G Webb. G Marlin, P Ponell, F Hupong. E N
Cntsolm, E A Marshall. Captain W H Briscoe, G A
Ktctimond, J J Mikeli, W W n uley, A J Clark, and
to on deck.
."ull Moon, 4th, o hours, 40 minutes, evening.
<ast Quarter, uti?, ? hours. 3 minutes, morning.
Nev/ Moon. lath. 5 hohr, 25 minutes, morning.
Frat Quarter, i7th. 7 hours. 42 minutes, morning.
&?K. Bl K
MARINE NE H'S.
CHARLESTON. S. C.MAY 17, 1871.
Lat ?C deg 46 min 33 sec. . Lon 79 deg 57 min 27 sec.
Steamship Cm.mplon, Lockwood, New York
left Saturday. Mdse. To James Auger ? co, J E
Adger A co. D A Amice, J Archer, T A Beamish.
Boyer A Kressel, Jr, C Bart & co. B Boyd. Wm M
bird & co, E T Brown, H Bulwiukle A co. J H Br??
ning. O Berbus-e. Byrne .t Fogarty, H Bischoff A
co, T M BnstoU & co, Wm ll Clialee A co, McDuff
Collin, L Cohen A co, J Commins, Carolina Cini>,
Cameron, Barkley A CO, J Campsen A co. Jas Cos?
grove, w c Courtney A co, T M Cater, Elias Bros,
Howie. Motse A Davis, M Drake. D F Fleming A
co, Forsythe. McCoiuli A co, J S Fairly A co, IL
Falk A co, J Franke, Furchgolt, Beuedlct A co, B
Foley, M Finley, PL Uullleuiln, CGraveley, Coote
v nier A Bros. D Goldstein. H Gerdts A co, Mrs C
L Gamble. J U Hillen, Juo Uanckel. Miss E Haas,
Holmes. Calder A co. Uart A co, John Uuikamp
A co. A Johnson, Jackson A Canty, S Jancovlch, J
U Klinker. T Kelly, Knobeloch A Small, King A
Gibbon, Krlete A Chapman, CA Lengnick. Chas
Litschgl. P B Lalane A co, A Langer, J H Muller.
B W M Mackey. Mc Loy A Klee, W Marscher, J G
MIlnorAco, A Ntrnhz, Mantoue A co, Macqueen
A Rlecke. D O'Neill A Son, D Paul A co, B O'Neill,
J F O'Neill, F L O'Neill. C P Poppeuhelm, Osten?
dorff A co, J C Oijen, Paul, Welsh* A Brandea, Ed
Perry, J K Prlogle A Son, J A Quackenbush, John
Rugheimer, C u Righter, Kaveuel ft co, L Schnell,
D H si!cox, Mrs Slackly, Steffens, Werner A Duck?
er, E B Stoddard A co. J Shaw, S S Solomons, D
Sultlere. A Stelling, S Thompson, M Trust, Tlctjen
A Luden. J f Taylor A co, K Thoinliuson A co, H
S Tenn. Walker, Evans A Cogswell. O F Wleters.
W H Welch, S H Wilson A Br , J wirth, Wagener
A Monsees, G W Williams A co, F Winthrop, M J
Zernow, Southern Express co, S C Railroad co,
Order and others.
Steamship Empire, Hinckley, Philadelphia
lett - iustai?t. Mdse. To W A Courtenay, T M
Bilstoll A c?i Brown A Kohnke, W M bird A co, Il
L Butterfield, Bollmaun Bros, Byrne A Fogartle,
F c Borner, C Claclus, Cameron, Barkley a- co, J
Campsen A co. Mci) Coheu. Charleston City Rail?
way, Bowie, Moise A Davis. E Daly, L Ellas. J R
Johnson. Fogartle's Books ore, Holmes, Calder A
co. Jordan A >on, Johnston, Crews A co, Kinsman
A Bro, Knobeloch A Small. T J KerrAxo. C Lilieu
thal A co, J H Lopez. A R Lewith, W A Mertens, J
G A D C Marsh. Macqneen A Rlecke, J Wieters. J
F Nolan, Mordecai A co, B O'Neill, E Perry, C P
Poppenhelm, J Russell, L Schnell, S T Souder. A
co.ShaokePord A Kelly. J R smith. J F Taylor A
co. RThomhnson A co, A Tiefen thal, P Walsh. T
R Warlug, Tie Jeman, calder A co, H J Walsh, G W
Williams J: co, Wageaer A Mousees, and Walker,
Evans A togswell.
Steamer Pilot Hoy, Slr, Beaurort and Pacific
Landing. Sumirles. To J D Aiken, U Klatte A
co, H Scheper A co. T M Bristoil A co. H Gerdts A
co, Terry A Noleu, F Campbell, A W Eckel A co, J
H Lopez, Col A ll Blown. Bollmauu Bros.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 4S tierces rice.
To W McBurney.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell. New York-Wag?
ner, Unger A co. W A Courtenay.
Steamship Falcon. Haynie, Ballimore -P C
Sehr Cynosure. Pinkham, Boston-M G'.ldsmiib
Sehr Ella Frances, Bulger, New York, via Jack?
sonville-U F Baker A co.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York.
Steamship Palona. Ilavule. Baltimore.
Sehr H u Hand, Hand, Philadelphia.
Sehr A R Wetmore, Anderson, Darlrn, Ga.
Steamer Dictator. Coxetter, Palalka via Jack?
sonville, Savannah. Ac.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, Now York
NEW YORK, May 16.-Arrived, steamship Mer?
cury, irom Sew orleans lor Havre, io repair dis?
abled machinery; Benefactor and General Sedge
The steam tug Errma, frcm Charleston for
Philadelphia, went over Wilmington (S CJ matu
nar on Monday last, and passed on:, ut New Inlet
bar bound on lier voyage.
rr. CLEARED .-.y.? 3;.::.3:> MS rn;; P&EI.
s o u a i \i s .
Br ship I-?l.-.n-.? ilcae. Mclellan, up.Anril 6
Br bark Vinco, Robson, sailed.April 25
WEST HARTLEPOOL, ENG.
Br bark Kathleen, Lester, np.Hay 5
Br brig Bellina, Jones, sailed.jan 23
Norwegian bark Logent, Neilsen, sailed_Jan 26
Brig G S Berry, Brad.ey, ?leared.April 15
ST. JAGO DE CUBA.
Span brig Carmen, -, cleated.April 17
Brig LIzabeL Talbert, np.May 8
Scbr H C Sheppard, Clark, cleared.April 26
Sehr L Well?, Wells, np.?.April 20
Sehr Queen of the South, Byrnes, up.May 8
Sehr S L Russell, Smith, cleared.April 26
Sehr A S Gaskin, Gaskin, up.April 29
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.May 12
Sehr E H Naylor, Naylor, np.May 13
Sehr Lucy D-, Hall, cleared.April 23
Sehr Frank A Emily, McCobo, sailed.May 4
The Regular Packet Schooner LILLY,
Hughes, Commander, having nearly all herl_^_
cargo engaged, will take small quantity or light
freight and sall promptly.
WILLIAM ROACH A CO.,
may 17-1 Agents.
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON,
John F. Fowler, Master, wants 600 bales cot?
ton to complete cargo. Apply to
may3 HENRY CARD.
JpOR XE W
OLD LINK S KW YORE AND CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED 1 8 4 6.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Lino will sall from Adgerrs South
Wharr as follows :
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May 20th, at 6 o'clock
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, May 27i h, at 12 o'clock
?"Insurance % percent, by this Line.
ta- Through Bills of LadtDg given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke;
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
mayl JAMES ADGER k CU.
WEEKLY STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON?
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
The Fa9t Iron Screw Steamship
EM P IR E,
Will be dispatched for Philadelphia on ^dRCftu
THURSO AV. I6in May. at 4 o'clock ^fljtftf
P. M., rrom Brown's North Wharf.
jJO-Throagh Bills Lading issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, Ac, to the New England Cities,
Chicago, ClncinuaU. St. Louis, and the principal
Northwestern Cities. Spirits Turpentine as
4&-The Steamers of this line will take Lumber
to Philadelphia on accommodating terms.
For Freight engagements apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY.
maylo-3_ No. 1 Union Wharf.
pAClFiC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'r
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc above Une leave Pier
No. 41. North River, foot or CanalJ_
street. New York. ai. 12 o'clock noon, ol the 36th
and 3Uth of every month lexoept when thee*
'lutes fall pu Sunday, then the Saturday preved
All departures connect at Panama witn steam?
ers for south Paci?c and central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco m st of every month, except when lt falls on
sunday; then on the day preceding.
No caiiiom'.r. steamers touch at Havana, bu
go direct from New York to AsptnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage Irce to each adult
Medicine and aticndance rree.
For Passage Tickets or other inrormation appi>
ut the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on thc
wharf foot cf Cacal street. North River. Ne-*
i erk. F. K. BABY, Agent.
pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN!
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE L1YERPOSL AN.? GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one ol their first-class, full power
Iron Screw Steamships (rom
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
MANHATTAN, Capt.FoiiSYTn....May 6,at 3PM
COLORADO, Capt, T. WJ^REBMAN.May 10, at 10 AM
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS....May 17, at 3PM
NEVADA, Capt. GREEN.May 24. at, 9AM
NEBRASKA, Cupr. GUARD.May ?7, at ll A M
Cabin Passage $50, g'.ld.
Sicerage Passage (Oltlce No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. C? Wall street, N. Y.
N. B. Thc Steamships plying between Charles?
ton and New York, of the Llues represented re?
spectively by Messrs. J AMES ADGER A CO.,
Agents, and by Messrs. WAGNER, HOGER A CO.
aud W. A. COURTENAY, Agents, make close
connections with thc Steamships or the WIL?
LIAMS A GUION Line. maye
OR LAKE SUPE Ul OR.
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC LINE.
fine or the Splendid Steamers METFOR. IS'DIA,
PACIFIC, COBURN, ATLANTIC, JAPAN, KEWEE
NAW. ARCTIC, CHINA and ST: PAUL, will leave
B?rlalo dally ,except Fridays and saturdays.) at
3 P. M., Erle the next m ming, Cleveland the
same night, and Detroit at io V. M.. dally, (ex?
cept SundayB and Mondays.) for DULUTH and In?
termediate LAKE SUPERIOR POUTS.
Conueetlons ore made at Duluth with the Lake
Superior and Mississippi Railroad, to St. Paul,
and all points In Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin
and Iowa. Also, with the Northern Puclllc Rail?
road for the Red River Connor.
Excursion Tickets, AT GREATLY REDUCED RATES,
Will be issued by ul! principal Railroads to St.
Paul by this route, returning via all rail. Or by
Rall Routes to St. Paul and Duluth, returning via
During tho months of June. July and August,
EXCURSION TRIPS will bc made via thc North
Shore or Lake Superior, visiting the Silver Mmes,
Fort. William, Grand Portage. Ac
Fer runtier Information, apply to
K. F. PATRICK,
General Passenger Aiiout. Buffalo, N. Y.
?.. T. EVANS. Manager A. 1). ami P. Line.
S. D. CALDWELL, Gcueral Manager XS. S. Co.
*^7EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH DY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING. EEA?F0R7. ih'LTo:.
HEAD. SAVANNAH. ?ARIEN A S O
The favorite Steamer
ELIZA 1J A. N C O X ,
Captain L. W. BrKNS,
wm receive Freight- at Accommoda- - ? ?ST""?!?
lion wharr for above pomis every?KBRK
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MORNING,
at 7 o'clock, anlviug at savanuah same evening,
and leaving for Darlen, Ac, on the following
Returning, win leave savannah for Charleston
every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock,
b'or Freight or passage, apply to
RA VEN EL. HOLMES A CO.,
may 6 * No. m East Bay.
.. . . gftiiqmig._
OR^GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Until farther notice, the Steamer - " *i?f^*K
EMILIE, Captain C. C. White, Yrl?^tfBBSBm
leave Charleston every WEDNESDAY MOHT, at 9
o'clock, and Georgetown every FBIDAT MORNING,
at 8 o'clock.
Freight will be received THI3 DAY and TO-MOR
For engagements apply on board; at Commer?
cial Wharf, or to
SHACKELFORD A KF.LLY, Agents,
No. 1 Boyce's Wtiarf.
N. B.-No Freight will be received for Waverly
Mill thia trip._mayica
-pOR NORTH EDISTO, SEAUFOBT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain - -JIT***^
J. W. Sly, will leave Central Wharf JBSSS^SM
ror Edlsto, Beaufort and Pacific Lauding, every
MONDAY MORNING, at h o'clock, and for Beaufort
and Pacific Landing every THURSDAY MORNING,
at 8 o'clock. Returning, will leave Beaufort every
TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING, ai. 8 o'clock, and
will leave Edi?to every TUESDAY, at 3 o'clock,
P. M. J. 1). AIKEN.
m ay 16_ Agent.
~pOB. EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAT
INLAND ALL THE W.A Y.
The Steamer WATER LILY, Cs.p
taln P. Toglio, will receive Freight,_
at South Atlantic Wharf, on THURSDAY, lstn m
stant, and leave for the above po nts on FRIDAY,
the 19th, at 7 o'clock A. M.
Returning, will leave Edlsto on SATURDAY, the
20th, at 5 A. M,
For Freight engagements or passage apply on
board, or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
South Atlantic Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and Wharfage payable on the
wharf may 15
OR V L O R I D A,
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. Coxetter, will leave Southern,_
Wharf every TUBS fi AI EVENING, at tT5o ?Ha OCR,
(unth further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Palatka, arriving back at un arica.un
every SATCRDAV AFTERNOON.
mayil RAVENEL ? CO.. Agent?,
AIKEN HOTEL. AIKEN, S. C.
Thc people of Charleston and vicinity are re?
spectfully Informed thar, the above HOTEL will be
open during thc summer of 1871 for the reception
of permanent and transient guests.
Tuc rooms are large, airy and well furnished.
House and grounds well shaded.
The tables will be supplied with all the delica?
cies of the season.
Terms very moderate.
For rurthcr partlcnlara address
CASE 4 LOUN3BERRY,
Good Livery attached to the House.
t) ol eis.
O L U M BIA 150 T E L ,..
COLUMBIA, 5. C.,
WM. GORMAN, PROPRIETOR.
The Proprietor of thia pleasantly located and
elegantly lurnished Establishment, at thc Stale
Capital, desires io inform the travelling public ann
others seeklug accommodations, tha*. the "CO?
LUMBIA" ls in every respect a tlrst-claaa Hotel,
unsurpassed by any In the State or the Unite.
States, situated In the business centre of rh
city, with line large airy rooms, and a table su;
plied with every delicacy of the season, both fron
New York and Charleston markets, the Pioprie
tor pledges that no efforts will be spared to givv
perfect satisfaction in every re?pect.
A nm-elasu 'Livery Stable la attached to thc
Hotel, where vehicles of every description can b<
had at the shortest notice.
Omnibuses attend the arrival and depart nre o
every Train. WM. GORMAN.
Proprietor and Superinrondent.
J. D. BUDDS, Cashier. aprl? wfm
$Jrcminm taxib Sale.
AIKEN PREMIUM LAND SALE
$100,000 to be Distributed to Shareholders.
FIVE DOLLARS will purchase a Share, including a
Work of Art worth FIVE DOLLARS.
Thc Derby Farm Property to be distributed em?
braces thc Largest Vineyard and Orchard lu the
UNEQUALLED CLIMATE I PEACEABLE COUN
TRY!GENEROUS SOIL I
The salubrious and health-giving climate of
Aiken has given it the name of "Tue Saratoga of
$95,C00 in Premiums presented to Shareholders.
$100,000 tn Kcal Estate and Greenback Prizes to
be distributed to Shareholders.
94 Real Estate Prizes, worth rrom $300 to $25,000.
522 Greenback Prizes, from $5 to si ooo.
ONLY 19,000 SHARES WILL BE ISSUED.
ONE SHARE IN EVERY THIRTY-ONE WILL
DRAW A PRIZE.
This Real Estate Property, conveyed by Deed of
Trust to i he committee who ure to conduct thc
DRAWING, ls to be transferred by them to the
FORTUNATE SHAREHOLDERS as soon as the re?
maining Shares are sold.
The Drawiug will nike place according to the
TUE DAY OF THE DRAWING
will be unuouueed by Telegram to th? Associated
A Sm .11 Sum lnvcsto-l now may secure a For?
Every Shareholder muy rest assurred of equal
justice, and that tais Scheme, unlike many others,
IS "FAIR, SO.CARE AND HONEST."
Money received after the Hooks are closed will
be promptly rei urned. For full particulars as
embraced in revised pamphlet, address
J. C. DERBY, General Manager,
mays Key BON NO. 334, Augusta, Ga.
JOS EPH HUBBA Y,~
REAL ESTATE AGENT .AND COLLECTOR.
> o. 109 EAST BAY, NEAR BROAD STREET.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS
ARTIST'S SUPPLY PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QCEEW STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thief Detectiug (alarm) MONEY ORA WEI:,
1865J*J" F?ENEY *co" 1871
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 70 BARCLAY AND NO. 222 GUEENWICU STREETS,
NEW . YORK,
Keaclvers or Green and Dried FRUITS, Truck and
il kinds of Farm and Garden Produce.
Our location and facilities for selling Fruits and
i'egetttbles are unsurpassed In New York.
Circulars and Marking Plates sent Tree rb Ship?
pers. Al! correspondents and qnestlous cheer?
RE F EH KN CE.-C. H. Lilieuthtii, Tobacconist,
New York. anrl4
CATAWBA GRAPE PILLS,
(Ucl m boll's,}
By DR. li. EAER,
maylo No. 131 Meeting atreet.
EL IIB OLD'S ??Cll?!
Helmbold's Roac Wash
Hcmbold'd Catawba Grape Pills.
For sale by DB, H. BAER,
maylo_No. 131 Meeting street.
gPONGES! SPONGES 1
Just received a fine assortment
Surgeon's Sponge, Ac, Ac.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
maylD No. 131 Meeting street.
TE .4. W^HEfc
HEADQDARTKIIS FOE SELECTED DAIRY B?
FU?E "LEAF LARD
S. B.-I CLAIM TO K.EEP THE LARGEST ?TO
FAMILY GROCERIES IN THIS CITY.
E. E. BEI
WILLIAM S. CO
No. 275 KINK
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugai
All articles sold from inls establishment- ar? o?
Goods Jelivcred Lo all parts of the City, Railroad
EVERT E. BEDFORD. 1
?EO. H. GRUBER. f
S TAB L I SHEP 1 8 *4.4.
PHOS IX IRON WORKS
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
(Successors to Cameron A Co.,)
ENGINEERS. BOILER-MAKERS. &C. &C
corner East Eay and Pritchard streets, near Use
STEAJI ENGINES AND' BOILERS.
Marine, stationary and Portable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shafting. Pulleys and Gearing
Iron Fronts lor Builduigs
cas 'ln?n or every kind in Iron or Brass
Forgings ol every description.
45- Guarantee to furnish Enirlnps and Boilers
or as good qunhtv and power, and at as low rates
as eau bc nad in New York, Baltimore or Phil?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STO P
VALVES, which are put on all Engines made at
fgr Repairs promptly attended to.
V IjHARLEoTOH ?J.G.
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCF
are the ncit tn use.
For adie nu the Lease Plan, wita monthly pay
mems, on eas? terms, or for cash. Ali kum.? o.
Machine attachment*, Needles, Cotton, (white
mack au'? colored.] *:lk. Oil, swap, Ac, Ar.
Rupturing ss usual, circulars nud samples o
??i stilt cu Application.
D. B. HASELTON,
GtntAC --aler in First Class sewicg ?a
ci.uies nor. Material. Sa. 307 King stree:,
sail" Charleston, s. o
SXJ1R;JB jP?llP F
Di.ATH TO RATS,
.NEVER FAILIN i.
BOXES DOH ULE THE SIZE AS OTHERS
u EH .MET? CALLY SEALED AND
.Sold Ut Whnl?sfl ?: ny
DOW I E. MOISE & DAVIS,
And at reu?! nv all lirii?ci-tj. rehi-smo
ll E 0 ? L E Ii R A TED
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
F os INFANTS.
A reliable and invaluable remedy In COLIC.
CHOLERA INFANTUM, Dysentery. Dfarhcea. and
such other diseases ILS children are subjected to
d.:ring the periutLof Teething.
This Cordial ls manulactured from the best
Drugs, all carel ully selected, and contains no In?
jurious ingredient. No family should be without
IL The best Physicians have recommended it,
and Mothers may admluister it with perfect con?
It contains no Opi nm or other Anodyne. ?
Manufactured by Da. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist, :
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price 26 cents a oottle. Tue usual discount to ;
tries, &t. _ ^
' AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, anA
BISCUIT'S, ?c., 4c.
CK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OP
RW1N A CO.,
AND VERY OLD
1 HASEL.. J
i !:':" . : .,. i
's Provisions, Spices, &c*
EATS, SOUPS, &c.
r the VERY BEST QUALITY: and WARRANTER
Depots, Steamboats, free or expense. ,
?D FOR A 1 JAS. S. MARTIN.
WALO??E. 1 WM. G. MOOrJ JB.
SIT??T?f C AROLI N A RTLUSS^.
8 -~* /
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1 .
' CHARLESTON, S. C.. January IS-1871. J
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger Trains on '.ne Souse ocrthiia Railroad-wm
ru?. as follows:
Leave Charleston. I2.sc P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.8.16 P. M.
i.eavc Cnarleston.8.20 A. M.
Arrive at columbia.3.40 P. M.
-eave Augusta.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia....12.16 Bra.
Arm ve at charleston.7.4W. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS. ' /
(Sundays excepted.) J
i.eavc Charleston.8.3CP. M.
.Arrive a<- Augusta.'.7.cs L ' JL
Leave Augusta.6.50 p. M.
Am ve at Charleston_:. 5.40 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT BXTEESS.
Leave Charleston. -.7.10 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia..8.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.7.60 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.48 A. M.
Leave Charleston.4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..6.00 P. M.
Leave Summerville..:_7.00 &.. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.16 A. H.
leave Camden....6.00 A.M.
Arrive at Columbia. ..10.40 A. M.
Leave Columbia...v._L25 P.M.
Arrive at Camden.6.00 P.M.
Day and Night Trains make close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Railroad and Central
Night Train connects with Macon and Angosta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects daily with Day Passen*
janis A L. TYLER. vice-President.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, S. C.. February Ti, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Dally at 12 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*
. Tram leaving at 12 M. makes taronga connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond an.i Acqnla
Crees only, going through in 42 hours, WITHOUT
DETENTION ON SUNDAYS.
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. M. Train have
choice bf route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, Ni C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and Northwest, both Trams making close
connections at Washington with Western trains
of Baltimore and O hlO Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLEAi-on, General Ticket Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on thia Road run dally as
Leave Charleston.8.30 A M.
Arrive at Savannah.S.OJ.P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.15 A. M,U
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 P. M."
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic ? Gall
Railroad for Jacksonville. St. Augustine, and all
points in Florida.
With Central Railroad for Macon. Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West. .
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and Weat.
Through Tickets over this line on ?ate as Hotels
in Charleston; Sere ven House, Savannah; and ail
principal Ticket oiSees North and south.
Freights forwarded daily to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jae ison ville.
Tarin" as Iowas by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent.
tOrrigG, (Chemicals, &'c.
Just received a full assortment of HOMOEOPA?
THIC MEDICINES: Tinctures, Pellets and Pow?
ders, of different potencies. v .
Sugar of Milk and Globules, aFttboleSale.
Family cases tilled at reasonable raies, by
DR. H. 3AER,
mayl5 No. 131 Meeting street.
ROSAD ALIS is the best Blood
ROSADALIS, a sure cure for
ROSADALIS. endorsed tty
ROSADALIS, a potent remedy
ROSADALIS, a Remedy tried
ROSADALIS, the best Altera?
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. P.. WILSON CARR, or Baltimore.
Ur. T. C PUGH, of Eainmore.
Dr. Tliu>. J. BOYKIN. of Baltimore.
Dr. A. DDRGAN. of Tarboro*, N. C.
Dr. J. s. SPARKS, of Nicholaavile. Ey.
Dr; \. F. WHEELER, Of Luna, Ohio,
ur. W. HOLLOWAY, o? Piiiiadelphia.
Dr. J. h. MecARlUA, of Soutii caroliaa.
snd niauy oluers. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC
endors-d by Rev. DABNEY BALL, now of Mary
laud Conference, formerly Chaplain :n the Con?
federate Anny of Northern Virginia.
is Alterative, Tonic and Diuretic, and acts at
one and the same time opon the BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS and all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex?
pelling all Impure matter abd bailding up the
aysiem to a healthy, vigorous coudition.
IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE. MOISE 4 DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH, Wi NEMAN A CO.. J Agents in
Dr. H. BAER, ) charleston,