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THE DAILY NEWS.
BY ALT RED TENN! ?ON, POET LAUREATE.
[From, Oond Words of January.
A plague upon the people fell.
A famine after laid them low,
Then thorpe and byre arose in fire.
For o?. them brake the Budden foe;
So (hick they died the people cried
"The cods are m ive t against he land."
The priest in horror about bis attar
To Thor and Odin lifted a hand.
"Help us fro tami no
And pl 'gue and s rile I
What would you have of us ?
Human Ufe ?
Were it our nearest.
Were it our dearest,
(Answer, O answer.)
Wo give you his hie."
But still the foeman spoil'd and bttrn'd.
And cattle died, and deer in wood.
And bin in air, and fishes tum'd
And whiten'd all the rolling flood;
And dead men lay all over the way,
Or down in a furrow scathed with flame:
And ever and aye the Priesthood moan'd
Till at last it seemed that an answer came:
"The Kine ls ha py
In child and wife;
Take you his nearest,
Take you his dearest,
. Give us a Ufo."
The Priest went out by heath and hill,
The King was hunbug in the wild ;
They lound the mother sitting still;
She cast her arms about the child.
The child was only eight summers old,
His beauty still with his years increased.
His face was ruddy, his hair was cold,
He seo LP 'd a victim due to tho Priest
The Priest exulted.
And cried with joy,
?.Here is his nearest,
Here is his dearest,
We take the boy."
The King returned from out the wild,
He . ore but little game in hand;
The mother said, "They have taken the chu li
To spill Ins blood and heal the land:
The land is sick, the people diseased,
And blight and famine on all the lea:
The holy Gods, they must be appeased.
So I pray von tell the truth to mo.
They have taken our son,
They will have his die,
Is Ae your nearest?
Is As your doa est?
(Answer, O answer)
Or I, tho wife?"
The King bent low, with hand on brow.
Be stay'd bis arms upon his knee;
.?0 wife, what use io answer now?
For now the Priert has judged for mo."
The King was s sken with holv fear;
"Toe .od/'hesald, "would have chosen well;
let both are near, and both are dear.
And which the dearest I cannot teU I"
Bui the Piiest was h-ppy.
His vi dm won.
"We have his nearest
We have his dearest
His only sont'*
The rites prepared, the victim bared.
Ibo knife uprisiny toward the blow.
To the altar-st -ne she sprang alone,
"Me. a e, not him, m. d rung, no.'"
He caught her awa\ with a sudden ry;
fuddenly from him brake t e wife,
And s uri ?-king Jam nie dearest, I
Jam his dearest !" rush'd on the knife.
And the Priest was happy,
"Oh, Father Odin,
t We give you allie.
Which was his nearest ?
Which was bis dearest ?
t The Gods have answered:
We give them the WlUV
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Exports for tile Week ending Thursday,
LIVERPOOL-Per Russian bark Franz-28 bags S I
and 722 bales Upland Coron, 100 bbls Rosin, 291
baga Cotton Seed, 2 tierses and 10 bag.- Rice
.Per british bark Pawnee-Iba; S leland
Cotton, 917 boles Upland Cotton, 476 bags Cot?
PAL dA AND A MARKET-1er Spanish brig Fenix
621 balea Upland Cotton. 66 bbla Rosin.
BARCELONA AND A MAHLET-Per Spanish brig
Leonor-354 bales Cotter, 26 bbls Rosin_Per
Spanish brig Paco-446t ales Upland Cotton.
BARCELONA-Per Span birk Paquita-520 bales
BOSTON- Per sehr Nellie Bowers-227 balee Cotton,
2 ten Rice, 534 bbls Roiin, 207 tons Old Iron, 7
casks Hides, lot ot Old Brass, Ac.
PROV1D. NCE, R I-Per sehr E V Glover-118,000
feet Lumber, 106 tons Cotton Seed. -?
NEW YORE-Per steamship Champion-165 bags S
I Cotton, 773 bales Upland Cotton, 141 torces
Rice. 4438 bushels Corn, 44 bales Domestics, 22
bales Moss, 8 packages S undries.Per 8team
ship Moneka-18 bags S I and 440 bales V-.r
land Cotton, 23 bales Waste, 76 tierces Bice, 68
bales Domestics, 522 bushels Corn, 9 bbls
Fruit. 8 hr Kins Butter, 40 bbla and 60 packages
Sundries.Per stcamshp Charleston-124
bags SI and 741 bales Upland cotton, 143 tes Rico
II bag-? Rough Rice, 74 bales Domestics, 10 bales
Taro, 1706 asoka Corn 25 Packages 23 Empty
B?rrela.Per Behr Laura Bridgeman-191,112
feet Hewn Yellow Pine. Timber, 30,000 feet Yel- |
low Pine Lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-443 bales
Upland Colton, 148 tc* Rice, 35 tons Turk's Isl?
and Salt, 2 bales Rope Cutting?, 16 bales Rags,
60 pkgs dundries, 16 bides Doansdcs.
MOBILE-Per echr Mary Fletcher-301 whole and
61 half tierces t icc, 153 sacks Peas.
THE: CHARLESTON MARKET.
(JOB THE WEEK EM)INO THIJBSOAY. JAM7ABY 9, 18G8.J
COTTON.-The week 0]>ened with an active de>
I marni at improving prices In cons?quente of steadily
advancing rates in Liverpool, that market having
suddenly moved up from T>?d. to 7Kd. fi ft.; but on
Saturday, the second day of the week, the article be?
came dull, and assumed 1. downward tendency, the
staple in the English marl ct receding since that time
to 7??d. fl ft. for Middling Upland, the New York
market declining from 17c. to 16c. fl ft. for New York
Middling, and Middling Upland, which on Friday
ladt was quoted in this m&iket at 16%c. fl ft., has
declined to 14%@15<\ fl lb.
The arrivals of Uplanl qualities during the week
show a decided falling off. and have been 6716 bales_
against 9646 bales the week before, and 4115 bales foi
the corresponding week li .st year, while the receipts of j
Eea lsiands and Floridas have been better sustained,
and were 688 bales for the week, against 644 bales
the week before, and 662 bales for the ranesponding
week last year.
The tranaac?ona in the staple in this market for
tho weok just .closed will be seen by the following
report, wh ch WP submit:
On Friday, January 3. the staple kept hardening
under the improved advices both from Liverpool
nd New York, the rate? going up irregularly from
hi&hic. fl ft., with a h|;ht stock. Sales 1200 balee,
Orutnary to Good Ordiniry be tog quoted at 13)?@
14c., Low Middling at l<X@16c., Middling at l?^c.,
and Strict MludUng nominally 16c. 'ft ft. On Satur?
day the market was quiet, in consequence of thc
absence of buyers. Sales 260 bales. Quotations
unchanged. On Monday buyers were generally out ol
the market, and the h au ted transactions wero at
easier and unsettled rct's, but- the operations were
of too restricted a characte r to establish prices,
bales 400 bale?. Quotations norn inaL On Tuesday
prices having receded y,c. fl ft. on the better quali?
ties, and X@lo, fl m. on the common descriptions,
there was a better inquiry- sales 628 bales. Ordina?
ry to Good Ord nary 'icing quoted at 12K@13>ic.,
Low Middling at 14c. Middling at 16c. and strict
Mid-"hug at le^c. fi ft. Cn Wednesday the staple
had a lower tendency, md prices fell off about >4'c
fl ft. Sales about 70C bales, Ordinary to Good Or?
dinary being quoted et 12>i@13?ic-, Low Middling
at 14c., Middling at 14^@15c, and strict Middling
at IBi?@15>ic. ft ft. Yesterday the market was ac?
tive and steady. Sales 1200 bales, viz: 12 at ll: 244
at 12; 13 at UM; 30 at 12>a ; 10 at 12J?; 61 at 13; 165
atl3Ai; 7 at 13,S; 59 at 13&; 465 at 14; ll at 14\';
22 at 14X; 156 at 16, and 50 at lS^c. We quote:
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.19X0UM
Low Middling.14 ?
. Strict Middlintr.16Ji@
SEA, ISLAMS COTTON.-The arrivals of this class ot
the staple have been te. a fair extern during the weak
and amount to about 818 bales of Sei Islands and
Floridas. The demand has been leis active for the
common kinds, but st -ady for good ami fine cottons,
prices of Inferior qt ali ti-s have had a declining
character, particularly for low grades of Florida,
which are in good s to :k, and factors, to soil, have
been compelled In many instances to make conces?
sions. The tr m sac tic ns of the week amount to near
300 bales, among whldi we note 6 bales of stained
Floridas at 18c. fl ft., 26 Floridas at 38, 6 at 35, 10 at
40, Sat 15, 7 at 46, 22 ut 48, 18 at. 0, 29at 55. 12 at 60,
13 at 70, 0 at 76, and Sea Islands 1 at 60, 1 at 52, 2 at
60, 6 at 66, 6 at 70,1 at 80, 6 at 85, 1 at $1.10; we
quote stained and bidly prepared Floridas, 15@25;
common qualities of Floridas 25@37; medium, 40@
60; fine, 55@60, and extra fine and choice lots ocoa
atonally sell a hove tbs figures. Sea Islands may be
quoted at 46@60 for ioferior, 55@65 for fair to good.
75c.@$ 1 for fine and $firstname.lastname@example.orgC for extra fine and
& Itl'd. Upl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept L1867. 182 810 180
Received this week. 638 6716 313
Received previously. 4147 113876 93?>8
4967 120401 9891
Exports- S. It'd. Vp'd. Ri?.
This week.. 476 7636 940
Previously. 2283 36178 6918
Ol ty and
2759 103814 9568
Total exports and consumption.. 2769 103814 9558
Stock on hand and on shipboard 2208 16587 333
coiiBEsro; DINO WEEK LAST TEAS.
S. I'ld. Upl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept 1, 1866. 235 6300 _
Received this week. 682 4115 303
Received previ ou B y. 4469 67541 4603
6286 76956 4906
Exporta- S. l'd Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 363 1271 034
Previously. 3912 67090 3624
4276 68361 4153
Total exports.,. 4275 68361 4168
Stock on hand and. on shipboard 1011 18595 748
RICE-There his been received during the p st
week about 16,000 oushels of Carolina Rough Rice. The
stock on the marliet continues to be very lieht, and
prices during the week have been well sustained, the
transactions amounting to about 300 tierces of Clean
Carolina, among which we note tho following, say 65
tierces it 8>;c. fl ft., 56 tierces at 8 7-16c, 60 do. at
8 He. and 06 ats l)-16c. fl ft. We quote common to
fair Carolina at 8(i8>ic. fl ft.; good, 8X@8>?c. and
common prime to prune at 8 9-10?6^o. fl ft. We
note sales of 1100 bushels of Carolina Rough at $2.10
f) bushel. Yesterday there was a good demand, but
the stock on tho market wa? very light, the transac
tiona were 16 at 6>io., 8 at S}?c and 15 at 8%c. fl ft.
NAVAL STORKS-Tho arrivals f jr the week have
been about 100C' bbls., ol which 150 were Spirits
turpentine. . v note s.lts of No. 1 Rosin at$2 25
fl bb.'., No. 2 do. at $2 00, and No. 3 at SI 90 fl bbl.
We could learn of no transactions in Spirits Turpen?
HAY.-There ha? been receive! during the week
about 1000 halon of North River qualities. The de?
mand is limited and confined almost entirely to local
wants, the trannactiens being of a retail cbsracter,
at about $1 60 ft hundred for North River, ard $170
@1 75 for Eastern descriptions.
CORN.-The receipts since our last have been al?
most entirely restricted to lots from Georgia and
Tennee-seo by rid. part o? which is bein? Phip
ped North. Al out 1000 bushels Maryland White
was disposed of at $1 30 f) bushel, weight, bags in?
cluded, and about 4000 bushel* North Carolins, in
bulk, at about $120 fl bu hel. Sales of Georgia and
Tennessse qualities take place at about previous
rates, say $1 2 )@I 25 fl bushel, weight, bags in?
jfcjOATS.-Tb er s has been no arrivals of importance
during the week, and the transactions have been
mostly in a retail way, to supply the local demand.
FLOUR.-Thire is a fair supply of Northern and
Western brandi, on the market, which are selling at
about previous quotations, say $11 fl bbl. for Super;
(ll 75312 fl b')l. for Extra, and $13@$I4 fl bbl. for
family descriptions. Southern Flour is in very lim?
ited supply, but quotations aro without Important
;hanffo, and we continue to quote previous rates, say
[or Southern .Super $12 fi bbl.; Extra $13 fi bbl.,
ind Family lift fl bbl.
BACON.-The market ts amply supplied with most
qualities ol' Meat, aud there bas been a alight im?
provement in the inquiry, but the transaclions con?
tinue very restricted. We renew our previous quo?
tations for prime Western Meat, say 12K@i3c. fi lb
for Shoulders; 13K@14c. for ribbed, and 14@14,Kc.
fi lb for prime Western clew ribbed Sides; second
quality meat, bright and sound, may be had at 10?
Ile fi it for Shoulders; ll@13c. for Sides, and 11@
He. fi lb for Hams.
SALT.-The arrivals amount to about 2300 sacks,
d'rect from Liverpool. Holders aro asking $1.50?
1.55 fl sack for large lots afloat, and $1.75 from store.
INDIA BAGGING.-The inquiry continues mode?
rate at previous quotations. We quote large lots at 22
23c. cash, and higher rates when sold on time. New
York bunny Cloth is held at 22@24c. Dundee Bag?
ging, 44 inches, l,K lbs. to the yard, is held at 30
@35 cents. Sea Island Begging, 15 inches wile,
2 lbs. to tho yard, is held at 60?65 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of thc use of Iron Tie9,
the demand for Bope is very light and prices irrcgu
lar, and somewhat nominal at quotations. We quote
Hemp at 8@12 cents fi lb.; Greenleaf at 12?13
cents, and Jute at 8K?9 cents fl lb.
IXION BANDS AND TIES for Cotton aro coming
into usc, and DILLON'S Universal fie, WM. ROACH,
Agent, the Arrow Tie, R. MDEE & Co., Agonts, tho
BEARD'S Tie, GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & Co., Agents,
and tho WAILEY Buckle Tlc, STREET BROTHERS &
Co.", Agents, ond Gomm & MCINTIRE'B Tic, WILLIS
4 CHIEOLM, Agents, are offered in this market at 10?
10% cents fi lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-Limited quantifies
of Timber and Lumber are coming to hand, and
we quote River Flooring Boards at $13 fi M.; Scant?
ling and Plank $10@12 fi M.; Timber of shipping
and good Mill qualities there is none on the market;
common is selling at $6@C fl M.; and City sawed
Lumber at $20@^5 fi M.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal;
by sail, 9 lcd. on Upland and ld. on Sea Islands. To
Harre, IK cents fi lb., on Upland nominaL To the
West Indies some little offering at $7 fi M on Lum?
ber, in gold, to tho north side of Cuba, and $8 I
fi M, gold, for 'south side, with the privilege of J
changcing ports. Coastwise-To New York, by
steam, %?%c. fi lb. on Uplands, and lKc en
Sea Islands; $1 50?$2 fi tierce on Rice. By
sail, %@Kc. fi lb. on Cotton, and 91@125 fl
tierce on Rice. To Boston by steam, lc. fi lb.
in Colton and $2 fi tiorce on Rice; by sail li-16o.
fi 05. on Cotton. To hiladelphia. Kc fi lb. on Up?
land Cotton, by steam, and -c. fi lb. by sail. To Bal?
timore, by steam, Kc fi lb. on Cotton, and SI 60 fi
tierce on Rico. The Baltimore and Charleston Steam?
ship Company take Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
SL50 fi 1O0 tba. ; Rice 65c. fi 100 tba. To Louis
ville, Cotton, $1.70 fi 100 Iba.; Rice 76c. fi 100 tba.
To St. Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fi 103 tba.; Rice 85c.
fi 100 lbs. These steamers take freight through to
Philadelphia. On Lumber, by sail, to New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, at $6@7 "t M., and on
timber S0?10 fi M. nominal.
EXCHANGE-Sterling Bills-tho rate yesterday
was W% for sixty days' bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Thu banks are purchasing
Sight Checks on New York at % off. They aro not
purchasing at present beyond sight bills. They
are selling Sight Checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
36 and Belling at 38.
. AUGUSTA, January 8.-COTTON.-The market haB
been dull and droopier to-day. and it wai rather dit
flcult to obtain 14c tor Middling. Moat of the Co ton
offering is of the lower grades, at prices ranging
from lial3>i; red and slamed being qujted at Ha
12,K ; sales amounted to 444 bales, and receipts 697
NOTE.-A few sales, amounting to 26 bales, wore
made late yesterday evening aud not rem ned.
COEN.-New white. SI 10; mixed, SI 06al 03.
WHEAT.-White, $2 70a2 85; rod, $2 30a2 40.
WILMINGTON, January 8.-TURPENTINE-The
matket is uusetted to-day, and tho price nas declined
30*36 cents. >alea of 130 bbls. at $3 05a3 30 for soft,
and ?1 80a*2 for hard, per 280 Iba.-closing ut lowest
SPIRITS Tunr-ENTrsE.-Sales of 18 bbls at 46 cents,
and 26 do at 4?K cents per gallon.
BOBIN.-Market uuchangod. Sales of 966 bbls at
$2 12 K for strained and No 2.
TAB.-Sales ot 184 bbls at $1 80 per bbl.
C0T10N.-Market steady, balts of 79 bales at 13
cents for Good Ordinary, 13K cents for Low Mid?
dling, and 14 cents for Middling.
TIMBES.-Four rafts sold at S7a7 76 for ordinary,
and $11 60 for extra mill.
BALTIMORE, January 7.-COFFEE.-Wo hear of
no transactions to-day; markot in the absence of J
which is entirely l.omlnal as to quotations.
COTTON.-Receipts tho past two days were comprised
of -.09 bales from savannah, 444 from Charleston, 628
from Virginia and North Carolina-in all 1475 bales;
market to-day was quiet ard prices in favor of buy?
ers. We roport sales of 160 bales Low Middling at
15c; 62 bales do at 15Kc; 7 bales Middling 16Kc;62
bales low grade on private terms.
FLO OB.-There waa some inquiry to-day for Brazil
brands City Mills Extra and 22U0 bria taken at SH
75al2; also 100 bbls Howard-street Extra at Sil 26;
100 bbls choleo do $12 25. Holdora generally ore firm
under light receipts and stock.
GRAIN-Offerings of Wheat to-day 450 bushels
white and 5860 bushels red; demand was quito active
and prices steadily maintained. Included in tho
sales were 150 bushels common whito at$2 43;of
red 300 bushels choice .Varyland $2 80a2 85; 1000
bushels prime do $2 70a2 76; 100 bushels choice
Pennsylvania $2 65 ; 2300 bushels fair to good Mary?
land $2 45a2 66; 23U0 bushels common to ai od Penn?
sylvania $2 30a2 49. Corn-14,000 bushels white and
8200 bushels yellow r-ceived; demand good, with
sales of 16,000 bushels good to strictly prime dry
white SI 20al 23, nearly ad at $1 vial 23; ?600 bush?
els damp at SI lOal 18; 4500 bushels prime Southern
yellow and Western mixed at $1 2C; 700 bus nels do
yellow $1 23al 24; 700 bushels damp $1 lsal 20. Oats
-2700 bushels received; 1650 buahols sold at 74a75c;
100 do interior 71c. Bye-1000 bushels offered, but
no sales retorted.
MOLASSES-There is no demand for bolling, both
of the refineries being still cloiod; demona from
grocers is also limited, as well as the stock of this
description ; prices continue only nominal.
PROVISIONS-The market remains quiet, but prices
steady. We quote with small sales Bacon Shoulders
at ll Kc, rib bides at 12Kc clear rib 13c, plain Hams
lGKc tine sugar-cured steady at 18c; a em and good
for latter. Lard-We quote at 13>ic for jobbing lots;
note a sale to-day of 150 tierces Western on private
terms. Mess Pork is hold at $23, and Bulk should?
ers al 'JayKc ; do Bides at 10 Kc
BICE-Arrivals the past two day? were 204 tierces
from Carolina. Wo quote the markot quiet but
steady at 9a9Kc.
S00AB-There is very little stock except English
Island in first hands. We roport to-day sales of 70
hhds Demerara vacuum pan 14>?al4>?c; 92 bbls do
Muscovado at 12Kc; 8 hhds Cuba at 12Kc
New York Market.
The New York Commercial Advertiser of Tuesday,
January 7, says:
Gold is strong, and has sold as high as 137. The
lending rate is 2a 4 per cent, in favor ol' the borrower.
The theory of the ap- culators is that the market
will not bp supplied with any furthor large umount
of gold till next May, while, inasmuch as theie will
bc s demand fer exportation, scverdl conditions for a
rise in gold ma* be expected to bo present.
The loan market is easy at 6a7 per cent. Discounts
are dull at 7a9.
NEW YORE, Janua-y 7.-FLODB, 4c-The market
for Western and State Flour is lesa active; tho
extreme prices insisted on checks DUBiueaa; ?he busi?
ness is conhued chiefly to the home trade.
Tbs aaioa aro 9500 bbls at VJ 05a9 70 for super?
fine Mate; $9 95al0 35 lor inferior river und city
extra; $10 70all 20 for extra State; $11 2iall 50 for
laney State; $10 Ouull 15 fur tue low grades of Spring
Wheat WcBtorn Extra; ?10 25all 26 for ship ting
Ohio; $11 25a 12 10 tor good to cnoice Spring Wheat
oxtras; $11 50al2 85 for ..mbcr Winter Wheal extra
Indiana and M chigan; $13 40 il5 30 for Wnite Wheai
do do ; $13 0oal6 '26 lor St Louis 1 xtrae.
Buckwheat Flour ia lower nt ?4 26a4 76 per 100 lbs.
California Flour is slvojy. bales of COO bag? at
$12 50J13 75.
south rn Flour is Aro and unchanged.
Sales of 6U0 bbls at tioall 75 for ordiuary to good
extra Baltimore und country; $11 O0aS15 25 for extra
and family Georgia and Virginia; and $11 26al5 60
for extra and lauiily Maryland und Delaware.
Oats aie stronger, though lc s active.
'i he soles are 2JII,UUu bushels Ohio and Western at
87a87Kc in store; 880 buyer's option in d ya, and
Corn opened rather weaker under tho less favora?
ble uews from Europe, but with the advance lu gold
prices rallied again. Tho inquiry ia brisk, and
chiefly for export.
The sales arc 8 i.OOO bush ela now Weatern mixed
at SI 38al 40 delivered; ola do $1 41 tn atore; Jcmey
yellow at SI 27al 29 on pier, and SI 43 dolivorcd;
Sou bern white and straw colored at*' 3tial37;
white do $1 3 Tal 40.
PBOVIBIONS.-Pork has been moderately active
at about former ratos, closing without much
j he sales ore 750 bbls at $21, caeh, for old mess.
For future delivery wo note 6U0 bola old mess, Belier
February, a. $20 90a21, and 250 bbls new mess, sumo
Delivery, at $22 12K
f aiea of 125 bbls at S14al9 for plain meas, and $17
a20 60 for extra meas.
Beet hams aro selling only in job lois at $30a32.
Cut meats ore meeting with a trifle more inquiry,
and are steady. Sales of '?10 pkgs sweet pickled hams
Bacon is steady and in fair demand. Sales of 226
boxes at lo*?o for Cumberland cut, and ll 4-5ullKc
for short nb.
Dressed hogs have again improved, but are still
We quote at 8??a9c for fair to good western; 9)?a
9,Kc tor prime to choice do, and lOalOKc- for city, 1
Lard ia sall selling freely, end prices are higher,
COFFEE-Rio is only in moderate demand, but Ihe
market is steady on good and prime lots. Other
styles are quiet.
COTTON-The market is dull, and prices are very
irregular and lower, with but little inquiry. Wo
Uplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.H 14? 14? HY*.
Low Middling.. 15? 16? 15? VS%
Middiiug..16 16? 16? 17
Good Middling.] 7? 17? 18 18
HAT-A good demand still prevails and the market
is finner; receipts continue limited. We quote at
$1 21) for chipping, and $1 30al 60 for retail lots.
MOLASSES-New Orleans is in fair demand and
steady, but foreign ls quiet.
NAVAL STOKES-Crude Turpentine is quiet. Spirits
are firm and ia fair demand. Bosins are strong and
a little more active. Tar is quiet We quote as fol?
low?: Spirits Turpentine free, per gal, 61?a55 eta;
Spirits Turpentine in bond, pergal, 43?a44c; Crude
Turpentine, per 280 lbs, $3 715; Rosins, common, per
bbl, $2 87?a2 90; Koalas, atrao i ed, per bbl, *3a3 05;
Rosina. No 2, per bbl, 83 12?a3 37?; Roams. No 1,
por bbl, $3 50a3 62?; Rosins, pale, per bbl $4a4 75;
Hcsins, extra pale, per bbl, $5a5 60; Rosins, window
glass, per bbl, *Ca7; Tar, North county, per bbl, $2 75
o3; Tar. W lmirgton, per bbl. $3a3 25; Pitch, city,
per bbl, *3a3 25; Pitch, Southern, per bbl, *3 26a
RICE-Is steady, with a fair demand, at 9a9?c for
S?QAII-Raw Sugars are only moderately active.
Prices are unchanged. Sales or Cuba ut ll?al2c;
Lngliah Island ll?; and Porto Rico at ll?al3c. Re?
fined are quiet at 16?al6?c for hards.
WHISKEY-1 ho market ls quiet at 90c in bond.
FKEIOHTS-TO Liverpool, 300 bales cotton at 6s.
lCd; WOO boxes of cheese at 30s; by steamer, 600
bales of cotton at ?a?<L To Londou, by steamer,
500 boxes of cheese at 15s. A Br ship to the Mediter?
ranean with petroleum, aud back with marble, on
terms not made public.
Charleston Wholesale Pnces,
BAGGING, ? yard
BALE ROPE, $ lb-Manilla.
BREAD, 9 tb
BRICES, V M.
BRAN, ? 100 lbs.;.
COTTON, <fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.
Middling to Strict Middling.
CANDLES, ? lb-Sperm.
COFFEE, ? lb-Bio.,
CORDAGE, ? lb-Mamila.
CORN MEAL, <fl bbl.
CO.lL, ? ton-Anthracite.
COPPER. ? lb-Sheet.
Peruvian Guano, f) ton.
Pacifio Guara, $ 2000 lbs.
Baugh'e Phosphate, ? 2000 lbs...
Rhodes' Phosphate, 9 2000 tbs...
Mapcs'Super Phosphate,9 2000 lb
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate.
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime..
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..
FISH-Cod, 9 100 tts.
Berring, $ box..;.
Mackerel No. 1, 9 hall bbl....
Mackerel, No. 2, $ half bbl....
' Mackerel No. 3, ? bbl.
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits.
Sardines, $ 100-quarter boxes
FLOUR, ? bbl-Super.
Northern and Western Extra....
FR UlTO-Prunes, .
Almonds, soft sholl.
Raisins, M. E., 9 box.
Lemons, $ box.
t??ASS, 9 box of 50 feet
F reach, 12x14.,
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ? bushel
Western Oats, fi bushel.
Corn, ? bushel.,
Beaus, ? bushel.
ri AY, ? cwt.-North River,
ll ? ..
15 ? 15?
_ ? -
35 & 1.30
28 ? -
22 @ 23
19 0 20
22 @ 26
28 ? 36
35 @ 45
_ ? _
26 ? 28
6.00 ? -
9.60 tal ir. 00
58 ? 60
loo.oo a -
75.00 ? -
55 00 @ -
60.00 ? -
65.00 ? -
65.00 ? -
66.00 @ -
65.00 ? -'
7.00 @ 9.00
40 @ 00
9.00 @ -
- ? -
2.75 ? -
4.00 ? 6.00
6.00 @ 5.50
American, 8x10. 5.60 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6-00 ?6.50
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ? bushel. 88 @ 90
Western Oats, ? bushel. - ? -
Corn, ? bushel. 1.20 ?1.30
Beans, ? bushel. 2.00 ia 3.00
HAY, ? cwt.-North River. 1.00 @ -
Eastern.I 1.76 ? -
HIDES- Dry, ? lb. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-? lb. 1.00 ? 1.75
IRON- Refined, ? lt). 05??? 06
Swede. 08 ? 09
LATHS, $ M. ?.CO ? 4.60
LIMB-Shell ? bbl. - ? -
South Carolina. 1.60 ? -
Bookport. 2.00 @x2.25
Cement. 2.75 ? 8.50
Plaster Paris. ?.00 ? 4.50
CUMBER, 9 M. leet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.38.C0 ?40.00
1'eliow Pine.,.. 20.OO ?25.00
Boards, ? M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, $ ft. - ? -
MOLASSES, ? gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado. 55 @ os
Sugar Bouse. 60 fe 1.00
New Orleans. 76 fa) 82
NA VAL STORES, 9 bbl-Tar.... _ ? _
Pitch.I _ ? _
Rosin, Pale. 2.50 ? -
Rosin, No. 1. 2.25 ?_
Rosin, No. 2. 2.00 ? -
Rosin, No. 8. 1.90 n -
Suint? Turpentine, $ Kallon. 46 ? -
Ouiuui. M Itt. 16 ? -
NAILS- American, 4@20d, fl keg.. 6.60 ? 7.00
American Wrought. _ ?, _
Lathing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, ? lb. 1.00 @ -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 ? 15
OHS- Lard, f gallon. 1.35 ? 1.40
Linseed, $ gallon. 1.20 @ 1.30
Sperm, Winter, ? gallon. 2.76 ? 3.00
Cotton Seed, ?> gallon. - @ -
Castor (E. I.), ? gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olivo, $ dozen.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, ? gallon. 52 @ 64
Benzino, ? gallon.| 60 (di _ '
ROVISIONS-Uoel, mess, ? bbl.|24.00 ?26.00
Beef, prime.?14.00 ?16.00
Pork, muss. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - ? _
Bacon, Barns, ? lb. 18 ? 21 v
Bacon, Sides. 13?? 14
Bacon, Shoulders. 12?t?t 13
Bacon, Strips. 15?? -y
Lard, in keg. . 12*? 16
Butter. 40 ? 60
Cheese. 16 ? 30
Potatoes, ? bbl. 4.00 ? 6.00
Onions. 6.00 @ -
Apples. 6.00 @ 8.00
PAINTS-White Lead, $ lb. 10 ? lo
Black Lead. 10 ? ia
Zinc, White.j 12 ? 10
PLOW STEEL, W lb 12 ? -
?/C?-Carolma, 9 ft. 7?@ 8
East India. _ @ _
SLATES- American. ? square..... 12.50 ta -
SHINGLES, w M. 7.00 fol 8.00
White Pine, first quality.12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, ? sack.. 1.75 ?2.00
Liverpool, fine. _ ra _
SOAP- Bar, ? ft. U @ 15
STARCH, ? ft. 10 ? 12
SPICES, a ft-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. I.75 @ _
Cloves. 75 @
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 ? 60
Race Grauer. SO (ol -
SPIRITS, 3 gallon-Alcohol. 6.00 ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 8.00 ? 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 @ 5.00
Gin, Amencan. 3.50 ?3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 @ 6.00
Rum, N. E.I 2.50 (a) 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon.I 3.UU ? 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 @ 2.40
SUGAR, 3 ft_RaW. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Olaritted A. 17 ? 18
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. 16>?<a 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 16
Muscovar1'. 13 @ 16
SEGARS-Dom'icmanu'ture.W M. 18.00 ?46.00
TEAS, ? ft-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.60
Gunpowder. 2.00 @ 2.60
Byson. 1.50 ? 1.00
Young Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 g 1.76
TOltA CCO, ^ ft, BJ par quality.... 40 ? 1.50
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Y.Pine.. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. _ (qj _
Poplar.\. _ ? _
Hickory.*. - ?> -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 @ -
1 X Roofing Plate.|17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate', 10x14.15.50 @ -
I X Tin Plato 10x14.17.00 @ -
I C Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.50 ? -
Block lin, f, ft. 40 @ -
TWINE-Cotton, ?"ft. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 45 @ -
Jute. 50 (a) -
VARNISH-Bright', * gallon. 25 ? -
Parafine. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wino, ? gallon. 60 ?
Cider. 30 ? -
Fronch. 1.00 ? 1.25
WINE, ~$ gallon-Port. 2.60 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry. 3.25 @ 5.00
Claret, ? case. 6.00 ?13.60
Champagne, ? basket. 25.00 ?30.00
Exporta of Hice, Naval Stores and Lam
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 1867, to January- 0,1868.
Har fiord, Conn ....
Wilmington, N. C..
New Orleans .
St Johns, N B..
N. STORES. LUMBER.
Comparative Exports of Cotton, from
til? Port ot Cbnrleaton.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain...
Other French Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
South of Europe.
Weet in di cs, kc.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, kc.
Baltimore and Norfolk....
New Orleans, Atc.
Other United States Porto.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
5. ? 23
Market Keport and (?uotatlon Sheet for
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, for
Week ending January 9, 1868.
PKE? ABBS BT
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad St., Charleston, ,'J. C.
SOUTHERN BANK 8LLXH.
Bank of Camden.??6'
Bank of Charleston.'.7@00
Bank of Cheater.:>7@00
Bank of Georgetown.UYqlOO
Bank of Hamburg.LO&Cn
Rank of Newberry.30?C J
Bank of South Carolina.)9@00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.10? 00
Bant of State of S.Carolina, after 1st Jan., '61.. 00? Ou
Commercial Bank. Columbia.oi?oo
Bxchango Bani, Columbia.O8@00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.09?00
People's Bank, Charleston.35? 00
Planter's Bank of Fairnold.05?00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston-18? 10
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston., 2u@25
State Bani, Charleston.. 01(g>00
Union Bank, Charleston. 70?00
City of Charleston Chango Billa.80(a) oo
State South Carolina Treasury Notes. 8U? 00
BONDS, STOCK AND COOT'OKE.
Georgia State Coupons. 8S@00
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old).aOiaJOO
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (new).83@u0
Memphis Coupons, City.40?0o
Memphis Bonds, City.4U@45
City of Columbia Bonds.26?0j
City of Columbia Coupons.20?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock... .253??26
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cont Bonds..62000
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent B'da.540,6 >
South Carolina R. li.Certificate of Ind'dness.. .5P?00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.28(4,30
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtednesii.80?)00
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonde.B5@G0
State of South Carolina Booda (old).30(3)31
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of
State of South Carolina Stock.25?00
State of South Carolina Coupons.26?27
People's National Buuk Stock.90@0O
First National Bank Stock.9C?00
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.50@65
Northeastern Railroad 1st Coupons (post due)..40@00
Northeastern R.B. Certificate ol Indebtedness. 40(9)00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.12@12>4
Charleston City Ra?v.ay Stock.456)50
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).31 ?00
Charleston and Savannah Bailrood Bonds (Int
interest of 2d hen).00? 00
Qty of Savannah Bonds.60? 00
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to
let June, 1866).90? 00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after lat Juue,
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.73?74
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons...92?00
Money brings 2% per cent a month on ilrst-class
Any information in relation to Bonds, Stocks,
Coupons, or Bank Bills, wUl be furnished by ap
plication, either lu person or by lotter, to the Broker
above named, at No. 8 Broad-street
Consignees per South Carolina Ks.llroad,
1173 bales Cottcn, 30 bales Domestics, 60 bags
Flour, 163 bags Grain, 90 balee Waste, 1 cat' Stock, 1
car Furniture, 6 carn Lumber, and Sundries. Io G
W Williame k Co, Railroad Ageut, Mantoux k Co, G
A Boplcy k Co, Courtenay k Trenhohn, G B Walter
k Co, W B Williams. E H Rodgers k Co, Willis k
Chlsolm, F G DeFontaine, Adams, Frost ii Co, J N
Robson, J Campseu k Co, R Austen, A Von Dohlen,
J C B Clauesen, Jeffords k Co, J M Caldwell k Sons,
Bollmann Bros, Livingston k Cruger, A J Salinas, C
H Mol-.e, Mowry k Co, Cohen, Hanckel it Co, Ward
law k Carew, B M Lee, W Bosch, Kanapsux k Lan
neau, Graeser, Lee, Smith k Co, F O Al ey, Perry
clear k Halsey, Utsey k Kenyon, E WeUiig.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savanna!, via Bluff
ton, Beaufort, &c-Mrs Perrycliar, Dr A Fitch, Mre
F M JoncB, Miss Maggie McNelty, J W B Pope, Mrs
Ladd, E Dubois, W Anderson and wife, - Murtland,
J 0 Mayo, W C Bellows, S C Millett, G Waterhouse,
- Gage, Dr Orr and set vant, W A Wright, J B Btur
dy, S B Williame, W Harrison, and 39 desk.
PHASES OF THE KOON.
First Quarter, 2d, 10 hours, 54 minutes, livening.
Full Moon, 9th, 5 hours, 46 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 10th, ll hours, 06minutes, rooming.
New Moon, 24tb, 2 hours, lu minutes, evening.
BISES. I SETS.
Port of Charleston, January 9.
Bark Amio, Reed, London-30 days. Ballast To
Bavenol k Co. (Previously reported in t^e Offing.)
Spanish polocre Fortuna, Palma, Barana-6 days.
Ballast. To WP Ball.
sehr Vapor, Bogert, New York, - days. Mdze.
To W Booen, Railroad Agents, J K Adner k Co, Bart
A- Wlrth. H Boylceton. Jr, H Biachofl k Co. First
National Bank, A Bischoff, G H Brown, H Cobla k
Co, Mrs H W Conner, Dowio A: Moise, J B Duval &
Son, J A Enelow k Co, King k Gibbon, H Gerdts k
Co, J W Harrison, J Hurkamp 4: Co, J M Hart k Co,
Hohnes k calder, H Klatte k Co, B W Kinsman, W
Knobeloch, G ii Linsteot, A Linstedt, i. Langer, S R
Marshall, Muller, Nimitz k Co, Mehrteus k Wohlt
mann, Mazy ck Bros, S A Nelson, ester dora' i Co, B
O'Neill, Douglas k Miller, Ravenel k Darn well, J B
Renneker, D H Silcox, D B Stoddard k Co, L Schnell
it Co, B Moigling, Thurston k Holmet, J R Wiltber
ger, Werner k Ducker, Welch k Brand se, W L Webb,
SBMcElnose. J N Wood, Agent, G W k Co, J B
Ninny. Lott Now York Dec 23, and put into Bamp?
ton Roads Dec 30; experienced heavy SE gales
during the passage.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah, via Bluff
ton, Beaufort kc. 85 bales Cotton, and Sundries.
To J Ferguson, R A- A P Caldwell, J G Clevelaud. G
W Williams k Co, W M Lawton, E tl ? Caldwell,
W B Willhms, Mrs Mellichaiup, J L Cuthbert, Wit?
hs k Chisolm, C Gravoley, J Colcock .t Co, Boper k
Stoney, Hopkins, McPherson A: Co, Ri .vcnel k Co, W
Harrison, Kanapaux k Lanneou, G Waterhouse, U S
Quartermaster, Mrs M Galloway, Southern Express
Co, B Mc'i'ureous, and Order.
Sehr Laura Bridgeman, Hart, New j ork-Risley k
Steamship Moneka. 3hackford, Ncwlbrk.
British bark Liverpjol, Greeno, Liver >ool.
Br.tish bark Pawnee, Anker, Liverpool.
Bark Sarah ll Hale, Hutchinson, Cordi-nos.
Sehr Susan Wright, Mount Georgetown, S C.
Sehr Jennie A shepherd, Barnett, a Southern Port
5cbr E V Glover, IugorsoU, Providence, R I.
3chr Clara Ben, Amsbury, Darien, Ge:,
From this Fort. '
Steamship E B Souder, Lobby, Kow York, Jan 8.
Steamship Charleiton, Berry, New York, Tan 6.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore, Jan 7.
Brig Potomac Snow, New York, Jan 6.
Sehr D B Warner, Horton, Providence, Jan 6.
Up for thia Port.
Steamship Port an Prince, Jackson, at Boston Jan 7,
to leave Jan 8.
Brig Cyclone,-, at Boston, Jan 6.
The British brig Alert, of Halifax, N S, bound
from Charleston to St John's, N B, went ashore on
Sunday evening on Chappaquiddick, near Ed gi trio wn
The sehr D B Warner, at Providence from this
port, reports heavy weather, and split sails.
The brig Potomac, Snow, at New York 6th hist, re?
ports the following: Dec 6, experienced a SW gale 30
miles S of Hatteras; scudded two days under lower
topsails with hawser towing over the stern 'w keep
the sea from boarding her. Dec 28, lat 37.02, lon 67,
the mate was knocked overboard by the main gaff,
bat was aaved. Was hove to 13 days in fie Gulf
Stream under close-ieefed mainsail
The following additional particulars in reference
to the loss of the sehr Wide World, we find in the
New York Commercial Advertiser of the 7th inst;
The sohr Wide World left Charleston for New York
Dec 26, 1867, and had heavy weather on the 29th, lat
86.28, lon 71.63; had stern stove in and vessel be?
came unmanageable; kept off for Hatteras Inlet with
heavy gales from NNE; finding it impossible to get
Into the inlet, came to anchor in five fathoms water,
being unable to keep to sea. On the Slat the wind
veering to SSE, commenced to drag anchors, and at
SAM, Jan 1, struck on the SW breakers of Hatteras
Inlet, the vessel full of water. The captain was lost
overboard out of the rigging where he and the crew
were lashed. At 9 A M the steamer James A Gray
succeeded in getting the remainder safely to the
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Magdala, Coghill, sailed.Deo 9
The Hope, Hancock, np.Dec 16
Bark C A Jones,-, np.Nov 16
The Sabina, Martin, sailed.Nov 28
Sehr Sequin, Call, np..Jan 1
Steamship Port au Prince, Jackson, to leave.. Jan 8
brig Cyclone,-, np.Jan 0
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, cleared.Jan 3
Sehr E H Furber, Cobb, cleared.Deo 24
Sehr A E Cranmer, Cranmer, up.Dec 31
Sehr Lilly, Francis, np.,.Dec 30
Sehr C E Raymond, Higgins, np.Dec 31
Sehr M B BramhalL Hussey, cleared.Dec 30
Behr Marla Lout, Tracey, cleared.Dec 27
Sehr Maggie, Diggs, cleared.Dec SI
Sehr Maggie McNeill, Snow, np.Dec 28
Sehr J W Ball, Powell, sailed.Deo 30
LIST OF SHIPPING
In Port of Charleston, Jan. 9,1868.
VESS8ELS UND EB 100 TONS, AND BTEAMXBS COASTING
WTO!! TEE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan. 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
lor New York, loading-Courtenay it Trenholm.
Richard the Third, 898 tons, Scott, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros k Co.
Elizabeth Hamilton, 851 tons, White, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Patterson tc Stock.
Franz (Russian), 249 tons. Wallen, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, tor Liverpool, ready-J M Fredsberg.
John . j fe, 711 tona, Luce, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-Willis k Chlsolm.
Y um uri (Br), 471 tons, Luce, at V and erh?rst's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Ravenel k Co.
Harken Adelstein (Norw) 3761 tons, Larsen, at Boyce
k Co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R T
Alexander McNeil, 707 tons, Andrews, at Union wharf,
to load for Liverpool-W Roach.
EJellestadt (Nor), 626 tons, Werge, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-Ravenel
Skjold (Nor), 393 tons, Albrechtsen, at Atlantic
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-G A Hop
ley k Co.
Amie, - tons. Reed, at V anderhon t's wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading-Raventl k Co.
Henry Laurens, 117 tons, Borden, at Union wharf,
for Ctenfuegos, waiting-Risley k Creighton.
Manuel (Span), 238 tofts, Porcaa, at Kerr's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
Open Sea, 174 tons, Coombs, in Ashley River, for
Cuba, loading-Risley k deighton.
Tangent, - tons, Rich, at Kerr's wharf, from New
York, walting-J A Enslow k Co.
Fortuna (Span), - tona, Palma, in the Stream, from
Havana, just arrived-W P Hall
Amorten a, - tons, Terry, at Union wharf, for New
York, put hack in distress-T Tupper & Sons.
Laura Bridgeman. 380 tons, in Ashley River, for
New York, ready-Risley k Creighton.
Shiloh, 270 tons, Hubbard, at N E Railroad wharf,
for Cleo fuegos, loading-P P Locke.
Hartatene (3-masted), 631 tons, Horn, at Kerr's
wharf, from New York, walting-Master.
T J Bill, 177 tons, Chase, at Union wharf, from Jack?
sonville, Fla, repairing-J A Enslow k Co.
W E Alexander, 181 tons, Bowdoin, at Union wharf,
from Turk's Island, waiting-J A Enslow k Co.
S J Waring, 314 tons, Smith, at Adger's wharf, lor
Boston, loading-W Roach.
Yankeo Blade, 136 tons, Coombs, at Central wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-H F Baker k Co.
Constitution, 300 tons, Aldon, in the Stream, from
New York for Key West, to be repaired-W
Vapor, - tons, Bogart, at Adger's wharf, from New
York, discharging-W Roach.
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PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER
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Hubs of (MD ?3.00 per annum.
Advertisements Deserted on liberal terms.
NEW SCHEDULE ?lf SPARTAS BTJHG
' ANT' ?MON RAILROAD, JOE 1868.
ON AND AFTER THE 1ST OF JAN CARY NEXT.
the Tra?na win run Tr?-weekly, ?oing and re?
turning, on Monday!. Wednesdays ? fini Saturdays,
observing t ie present Schedule. . . . , -
THOMAS B. JETER,
_ President t?. and C. Railroad.
Union Co arthouse, S. C., December 28, 1867.
January i. .-hf, ? .' ?Ti,; 12
GENE HAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE J
0HABLE8TOH, S. C., January 1 1868 I
THE PASSENGER TRAINS ON THE NORTH?
EASTERN RAILROAD will ron dany as fol
Arriv?; at Florence.2J}0 P. M
Leave Florence..' ..aS6. A IL
Arrivo at Charleston....2.30P. M.
These Trains connect with the Trains of the Wil?
mington tnd Manchester Railroad going North and
coming South, and with the Trains of tho Cheraw
and Darlington Railroad. H. 8. SOLOMONS,
January 1 Engineer and Superintendent.
S AV AN SAH AND) CHARLESTON RAIL?
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT' 8 OFFICE? )
?J- SAVANAH St CHARLESTON RjJLBOab, J
. QHABUESTOK, December ST, 1867.1
ON AND AFTER JANUARY 1 THE TRAINS
on the Savannah and Charleston RaQrbad wiH
run as ft Hows :
Traint: leave Charleston on Monday*, Wednesdays
and Fridays, at 9 A. M., arriving at Coosawhatchia
at 8.30 P. M. !
rtetur ling, leave CooBawnatcble on Tuesdays.
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 7 A. M., arriving at
Chariest on at 1.30 P. MV
A Storm Ferry connects the. Company's wharf, at
the foot- of Mill-street, with Tho T*?">T^ Depot on
the wes- side of the Ashley River.
JOHN S. BYAN,
January 1 General Superintendent
SOUTE CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, \
CHARLESTON, S. a., Octobers, 18 ?7. j
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6, 1867, THE PA8
E ENGER TRAINS on the South Carolina Rail?
road wfll nm as follows, viz :
Leave Charleston.10.40 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.... ...7.40 P. M.
Leave Charleston..7.80 P. M.
Arrivo at Augusta. ?.6.60 A. M.
Leave Augusta.;.3,40 A.M.
Arrive at Charleston.12.20 P. M.
Leave Augusta..4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
The 7.80 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 4.10
P. M. Train from Augusts, will not run on Sundays.
Leavo Charleston..4.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.1.10 P. M.
Leave Charleston.5.40 P. M.
Arrivi at Columbia.5.00 A M.
Leave Columbia.10.00 A. M.
Arrivo at Charleston.7.06 P. M.
Leave Columbia.8.00 P. M.
Arriv ) at Charleston.3.20 A M.
Thc. 5.40 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 3.00
P. M. Train from Columbia, wiR not run on Sun?
LeaVM Ringville.12.05 P. M.
Arris e at Camden.3.40 P. M.
Leay, i Camden.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.1L10 A M.
Those Trains will only run on Mondays, Wodnes
l?ys and Saturdays.
CHARLESTON AND SUMMERVILLE.
For MnmmarvUk).4.80 A M.
For i Iharleston.L28 A M.
For ! lummorville.10.40 A M.
For1 Charleston.'...2.08 A H.
For : lummarville.8.40 P. M.
For Oharleeton.6.35 A M.
For Sommer ville.6.40 P. M.
For Charleston.7.10 A M.
For SummervUle.7.80 P. M.
For Charleston.10.59 A. M.
H. T. PEAKE,
Jinnary 1 General Superintendent.
GB BEN VILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL?
ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TB
Passenger Trains will run daily, Sundays ex?
cel ted, os follows :
Lei ive Columbia at.7.00 AM.
La ive Alston at.8.55 AM.
Le ive Newberry at..10.35 A. M.
Arrive at Abbeville at. a. so P. M.
Ar,-ive at Anderson at.0.15 P. M.
Ar Iva at Greenville at. 6.00 P. M.
Lem Greenville at,. COO A M.
Le ive Anderson at.6.45 A M.
Leave Abbeville at.8.45 A M.
Leave Newberry at. L25P. M.
Arrive at Alston at.8.00 P. M.
Airive at Columbia at.6.00 P. M.
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will also run
dilly, Sundays excepted, connecting with the up and
down Trains on the Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road, a s follows :
Liave Anderson at.?.5.20 P. M.
Lsave Pendleton at.6.20 P. EL
Arrive at Wathana at.8,00 P. M.
L eave Walhalla at.4.00 A H.
I eave Pendleton at.6.40 A M.
arrive at Anderson at.6.40 A M.
The Train will return from Belton to Anderson on
J donday and Friday Mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH,
January 6 General Superintendent
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ?
COLUKBU, S. C., October 5, 1867. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6TH THE TRAINS
over this Road will run aa follows:
Leave Columbia at.L40 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte a t.9.40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.2.55 A M.
Arrive at Columbia it.0-40 A M.
Making close connection for all pointa North and
South, as follows:
Leave Columbia.1.40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte..10.00 P. M.
Leave Greensboro'..".6.16 A. M.
Arrive Richmond.4.46 P. M.
Leave Richmond...9.46 P. M.
Arrive Washington.6.16 A M.
Arrive Baltimore.9.10 A M.
Arrive Philadelphia.L32 P. M.
arrive Now York.v.-v.-6'i?*>' M>
January 6 Superintendent
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