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THE DAILY NEWS.
I m pea thine nt.
"Put it thronen nt railroad speed."
Bottled Butler fiercely cries;
" For unless we haste, I lear, indeed.
Our farce of trial dies 1
Bring the ropes and tie him tight,
Bind his feet and gag his mouth,
Or we else may loo-e our sovereign right
To rob and rule the South
May lose our job
To rule and TOD,
Cham, whip and starve the South.
" Seize the country by the throa*.
Force the black dose through its Ups,
For unless we rast the negro vote,
Away ou: sceptre thps;
Every bridge behind is gone,
No retreat tor us remains
We must either perish one by one.
(jr biud the land in chains:
A desperate band,
F dorn we stand.
And no retreat remains.
"As to Johnson, who hath been
An 'obstruction' in our path,
Lei him taste th3 rapid guillotine
Of Bad cals In wrath!
Fling aside restraints of law.
At each o.ith aud duty scoff
And If Chase to aid we cannot draw,
Then drag his ermine off!
Aye, quick, indeed,
.At railroad speed,'
We'll drag his ermine off !
"Since the South is fairly flodred.
Men like us may 6how their teeth
Let the neg. o wield a flaming sword.
And cast away the ?heath !
Bevoiution is our end,
Throw disguise off-give it mouth
And our bayouct-rule 6hall 60on extend
O'er North as well a* south
Black swords and votes
At white men's throats,
lu North as weU os South 1
.' Is it true, that through the war,
Of all rebels-meanest, worst
Were the black mon we were fighting for.
To break their chains accursed?
In no rebel State they rose
To assist us in thc fray.
While they labored h rd to feed our foe?.
And give them arms and pay:
But now. alack !
We need the black
To prop our tottering sway.
" So let Mack ex-rebels rci^n
O'er their white ex-rebel lords.
For without them all our plots ore vain
Witnout their v. tes and swords;
But with Johnson stricken down.
The Supreme Court bound in ebains.
0, we Jacobius shall wear the crown,
While breath of life remains !
Aye. rule the land
With Marat's hand
While breath of lite remains !
"So on, with railroad speed,"
The savage Bullet erie- ;
" For unless we haste, I lear, indeed,
Our far e of trial 'lies !
Bring the rope ? and quench the light,
Bin i his hands and gnp his mouth
For if Johnsen wins, we lose the right
To rob and i ule the >outh;
Yea! lose our job
To rule and rob
Both Nerth as well as South !"
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cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dead Letter
Office. April 3
Exports for the U eek ending Thnrs?ay,
LIVERPOOL-Per ship R C Winthrop-G37 tags Sea
Island and 2270 bales Upland Cotton.
PR vTDHNCE R I-Per steamship Vicksburg-PC5
bales Ui>l md Cotton.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Moneia-207 bales Up?
land Cotton, 18 bbls R06in, 10 bales Waste. 49
bales Yarn and Domestics, 40 bundles Paper, 16u
casks Porcelain Clay. 22,000 feet Luinbi r, 5 bales
Wool, 389 empty Barrels, 75 Packages.Per
steamship Manbactau-147 bales Cotton. 97 casks
Clay, 25 bbls Eggs, 07 bbls Potatoes, 120 bags
Cotton, 50 boxes Claret, OS bales Domestics, 57
packages Sundries, 1C3 empty Barrels.
Per steamship >aragos?a- ICS bales Cotton,
112 bales Domestics 29 bales Yarn, 9 lrales
Cutton Waste, 1 bale Paper Waste, IOU bids
Rosin, 1 bU Rice, 31 casks Clay, 70 empty
Barrel?, 7 packages Mdze....Pcr steamship
Charleston-134 bales Upland Cotton, 9 tierces
Rice, 34 bales Yarn, 75 Obis hosm, Il bundles
Leather, and SuUi.r.es.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Alliance- 72 bales
Lott. u. 02 casks Rice, 23 bales Yarn, 4'J bales
Rags, 04 boxes Soap. 12 bbls Egg-*, leo empty
Barrels, 230 empty Carboys, 10,000 feet Lumber.
100 tons Iron, and 80 packages Mdze.Per
sehr M M Merriman-150 tons Iron. 30.000 feet
Lumber, 1 Boiler-Per brig Isabella Beor
mann-121,000 leet Lumber.
BALLIMORE-Pt-r steamship Sea Gull-71 tierces
Rice. 178 bales Cotton, 13 bales Hags ll bundies
Leather, U0 bales Rope cuttings, 10 hales Bides
16.000 leet Lumber, 3 Packages.
Thc Charleston .Honey Harket*
THCKSDAT. April 2.
The demand for securities during the week has
been light, capitalists generally holding off expecting
to have r. good chance at thc large sale of thc rs.-cts
of tho Saving- Institute, soon to take place. As soon
as that is clos ?1 we may expect a fair raUy in some
of our most vnluablc stocks, whi h are at present un?
reason ib'y low. Prices dering the week pr?sent no
important fluctuation, State Treasury Notes being
somewhat ca-kr, while Cit.v and . tate Mocks remain
without important change, lhere is a striki g con?
trast between quotations for Georgia stocks an J our
own, which we hope will nut continue, as thc diller
ence is unreasonably large, and is not warranted by
the repu ation we formely enjoyed, and which we
hope our future course will prove. The securities
of the south Carolina Railroad should bc among tho
best in thc country, ap its position must secure it a
large share of prosperity.
SOUTHEE}." BAX II DILLS.
Bank of Camden.25 (f0'>
Bank of Charleston.22 (? OU
Bank of Chester.9 &00
Bank of Georgetown.7 fetOO
Bank of Hamburg.12 ("OD
Rank of Newberry.3" fg'DO
Rank- of Coutil Carolina.io (?. 00
Bank ol st nu of S. Carolina, prior to iSGi.m ^oo
Bank of State of S. Carolins,after 1st Jan.,
J soi.1 (?,00
Commercial Rank. Columbia.1 &00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 (? 00
Former/ ant: Exchange Bank, Charb'ston.OO 0i 00
Merchant's Eauk.Cheraw.G (?,00
People's Bank, Charleston.42 (. 00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.3 foOO
Planters' and Mechanics' Bauk,Charleston.I'.' (u,U0
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Rank, Charleston,
State Bank. Charleston.3 (g 00
Union Bank, Charleitju.SI MO
City of Charleston Change Bills.98 (a 99
State South liirolina Treasury Notes.90 (?,00
BOSOS. STOCKS AND COUPONS.
Georgia Stato Coupons.70 g 75
Georgia Stato Bond Seven Per Cent (old i... 75 fa KO
Georgia Statd Bond Seven Per Cont. (new).fi7 Oj 70
City cf Memphis Coupons.48 (?00
City of Memphis Bonds.40 (?.00
City of Columbia Bonds.30 @35
City of Columbia Coupons.25 (aj2(>
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock..32 (o.;ij
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.G3 (g;05
S. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent. B'ds.05 (niuo
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.5* faA>
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock... .37 (?jiS
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.60 @00
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).44 (&45
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue
of January 1, 1807).40 @41
State of South Carolina Stock.42 @43
State ot South Carolina Coupons.33 (?,40
People's National Bank Stock.83 ?ioo
First National Bank Stock.90 (&>92
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.02 faj63
Northeastern R.R. 1st Coupons (past due).48 @50
Northeastern R.R. Certificate ol Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.15 @TK
Charleston City Railway Stock.50 @00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(Sute guarantee).35 ?00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.15 '? 00
City of Savannah Bonds.70 ($71
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1606).90 (395
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1860).96 (S98
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .48 ("150
Memphis aud Charleston Railroad Bonds.78 Cou
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .92 ?95
Money brings 1 per cent, a month on first-cla^s
THE CHARLESTON .HARKET.
[FUR THE WEEK EMBOO TBOESDAY, APIUX 2.)
COITON.-The opinion which was held and main?
tained by many in tho south, lrom early in the sea?
son, that the crop ot this section would not reach tho
yield maintained by most foro'gn and Northern ripe,
rators, is gradually linking itself felt; which circum?
stance, nitcd to au increased consumptive demand,
has for soinu time past been having a Burong and de?
cided influence up"U prices, and the rates hove been
Btcadily improving, going up during the week just
closed ubout 1 J??L '# lb. in thb Liverpool market,
reaching a figure nearly up to the expos ta ions ot
the most sanguine. Under thc influence ot this
movement the staplo"bero has been active and ad?
vancing prices' moving up lrom 2J?@3.\ \>. lb. du?
ring the woek, and with a gene:hi confidence on the
part of holders that prcsetit ratci aie like'y to be fu'.
ly maintained, while some look lor a farther ad?
The staple at Liverpool was quoted on the first ot'
the wee'i at lOjjd. lb. fer BiiddUi .gUpland, advan?
cing gradually tol014d.,]0i,d.@10?4'd, ll'.jd.^llNd
ll??d. ^ lb., while the New York market opened a'
25@2SJ?, improved to 25;?(?.20. 20?4"@27,27@27*?,
receding to 27, Improving to 27@27.:i, aud closing
yesterday ut Kc. y, lb. for New York Middling. Thc
article herein the same time beana at 2.'>.,.,fe25,?,
hardeu-ing to 20?3G}g, aud liually to 27,'tc. j1. \Y?. for
Midd ling Upland,. losing yesterday at 2?,,<c v, lb.
for this quality.
The receipts continue to exhibit a steadily declin?
ing character, and have been lor the week Ol bales ai
Sea Islands aud Floridas, and 2442 ba:cs of Uplands,
against 68 bales Sea Islands and FloriJas, and 3547
Dales Uplands tl c week before, and 2*1 ba"os ol Sea
Island? and fondas, and 1976 hales ol Uplands for
the corresponding week ot last year.
We submit tho following report of thc sales and
prices 0? the article in this market during thc week
past closel :
On iTiday, March 27, the demand commenced
with a better feeling; the market altonvards becoming
active and advancing ??? }ir. fi lb., on receipt ot
news of an improvement in other markets. Sales
1250 bales. Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quo?
ted at 21@23,'<; Low Middling at 24 J?; Middling at
25},', and Strkt M :ddlingat2Gc *f> lb.
On Saturday the enquiry opened with a hardening
and active market, which afterwards stiffiineu i?@i
c. H B>. on rece pt of telegiams from Liverpool and
New ?ork. Sales 1900 bales-Ordinary to Good Or
diuary being quoted at 2Q<>!:24}<: Low Middliiigat
25@25}i; Middling 96G9G& and Strict Middling
On Monday a lurthcr stiffening of prices took
place; the staple at Liverpool experiencing a slrotig
advance, prices here improved 1(5)1.? ic $ lb. Sales
1050 tales-Ordinary to Good Ordinirj being quited I
at 24@26; Low Middling at 27; Middling a
Strict Middling at 28, and Good Middling at
On Tuesday, the market was less firm, i
ces in come transactions showed an easier tee
but sellers in most instances continued fin
quotations closed at the rates of the day before
700 bales. On Wednesday the demand corni
ac?ve, at firmer prices, Middling selling at ?1
lb., but on receipt of telegrams the enquiry b
animated and prices improved irregularly,
some cases I@l)?c. lb. ; the market clos:
settled, with holders asking very full rates.
2000 bales. Yesterday the market was more
and quite firm. Sales GOO bales, say 10 at 25J
2C. 08 at 27, 9J at 27}?, 21 at 28, 232 at 28??, 80
We quote Liverpool classification:
Ordinary to good Ordinary.25^(5
Low Middling... .27>i(S
Strict Middling.2J <g
?. Jsfd. Upl'd.
Stock on hand Sept 1,1867. 182 810
Received this week. fi 2442
Received previously. 8469 21304G
Experts- 5. It'd. Vp'd. Rice.
This week.. 090 6.697 297
Previously. 72?4 196C17 14038 ,
Ci ty aud
79C0 203314 17235
Total exports and consumption.. 79C0 203314
Less amount on shipboard.. 453 4898
Mock on bend. 322 6060
SAME TIME LAST TEAR.
S. rid. VpVd.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1866. 235 5300
Received this week. 241 1970
Received previously.13830 114898
Exports- S. I'd Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 433 3512 113
Previously. 12543 105723 8841
12970 109235 8954
Total exports, Atc.1297G 105235
Stock on hand and on shipboard 1330 12939
SEA ISL ?ND COTTON.-Thc arrivals of this q
of the staple huvo been 1 gut, and amount to ;
Ou baks lor the week, beiugniostly of Eiorida i
ties. There continues to be a yood ilcnanl at
prices, but the very light supply on hand pre
oxt.nded transactions. The sales daring the week
been near 200 bnles oi all qualities; among whic
note the following ?ot?: say cf Florioas 3 at 60
08, 9 at 70, 10 at 75, 23 at 80c. fi lb; of Sea Isl
say 3 stained al 35, ls' at 38,10 at 75, 40 at 80, 5 a
Ifj. We quote Floridas, common finality at
GOc. V- lb.; Med.um 05f?.75; fine S0f?9tc. ant
wards lor choice lot?.
Sta Islands may btquoted, sayfjr stained 25
inferior 55*65; fine 8e<&110, and extra fine
choice lots ot 120 ??150 ?? lb.
RICE.-The market for ti.is grain has oeen i
iuuetive, buyers generally holding od", while fa
were not disposed to evil except at lirai rates
transactions wons consequently ?cstricted to 4;
o. good ckau Carolina at lu'Je. ?li. We coat
our last week's quotations somewha: nominally
lor Iuiorior to Fair eie-iu Carolina 0}2^1 'c. "r3
Good 10*?@lQA?a; and Good to common Prime
("'in'.c. fi lb. Yesterday 37 tierces ol Fair to (
clean Caioliua told at 10%c. t* lb.
:>AV.\L STORES-1 he arrivals have l een li
c\l t'i a few bbl?, of Pale Rosin, new ctOp, w
SOkl at SC for 2S0 lbs.
Hs.Y.-There have been no arrivals of this ar
up to yesterday, when 400 biles Eastern can
liam?. The tran-actions have been confined to r
sales to supply th<- local trade. We quote N
River qualities in a jobbing way at about SI 30(?,
COHN.-There continues to be a moderate iuqi
for this grain, md tho fee.ing is a shade bettet
Tennessee mixed, in eon-tquence of more lim
arrivals ol' ibis description. Wc quote this qua
at $1.25$$L28 fl bush., weight, bags included, by
c .r load from thc depot. There Ls hardly any
ma:;d for the finer grades of Corn, as the lower i
at which thc Tennessee ar ti ..le is furnished gives
preference. A cargo of 4000 bushels from Norf
which arrived during the week, is, we learn, go
OATS- This grain is only in limited demand, i
tho transactions have been exclusively of ure
character. There have been no receipts since
FLOUR.-Thc market continues tobe mod?r?t
supplied with Northern und Western qualities,
which there is au ordinary demand at email@example.com
bbl. for snper; $12@S13 fl bbl. 'or exits, and S13
ftjiSH per bbl. for family.
BACON.-Tho market has a good tupplyof t
article, mostly of prime qualities, and with a li(
demand, prices have been somewhat irregular, a
while large lots of Shoulders have been in soi
cases sold at 13c, dcai or s arc generally selling
13*4@TQJ<c. hr; primo shoulders, 15fg/15,'jc. ^
for prime Rib, fend 15}?(<jlGc. t3 lb. for prime Cit
Bib ."ides. Second quality shoulders are held
12@12)?c. $ lb., prime Strips at 10c, and sug
cured bagged Hams at 2t'c. lb. Owing to bet:
news from other markets, the market for this artii
was Armor yesterday, holders in many cuses aski
our outside figures.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-There was sold yest
day, by Messrs. Enslow & Co., a cargo of Sugar a:
Molasses, ex Minerva, from Havana. 104bhds. Clay
Molasses sold at 40@46%c. 9 gallon, 14 tierces i
at 41c. t? gallon, and 106 bbls. do. at 46>?@47>?c.
gallon; 33 hhds. common Centrifugal sugar sold
ll??@n9-i6c. ^ Jb., and GO bbls. of grocer) qua
ties at 12??C $ lb.
SALT.-Thero has been received nbout 7090 sac
of this article direct from Liverpool, but we learn
no large transactions. Holders, from store, aro as
iug Sl.G0@1.8o ? sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The demand has nearly cea
ed, and our quotations aro somewhat nominal. V
quote large lots at -, cash. New York ..unny Clol
is held at 22@24c. Dundoo Bagging, 44 inches, 1.
lbs. to the yard, is bold at 30@3? couts. Sea Islan
Pueginc, IS inches wide, 2 H.s. to Hie yard, is bei
at (HM; 05 eenie.
ROPE.-In consequence of lue UH of Iron Tie!
the demand for Rope ts very light and prices irresi
la:-, axel somewhat nominal ?.: quotations. Wo quoi
Dem? at tj@12 cents ri 1?.; Greenlea! at 12(21
cents, and Juieat s'jfty .?cuts *?. Ji<.
lilOS BANDS \.ND HES lur Cotton :;ro comin
into usc, and DILLON'S Universal fie, Wai. ROA<;H
Agent, thc Arrow TIP, R. MCT.E ic Co., AgCUtS, th
EEAUI/S Tie, GSOBOE W. WILLIAMS .VC CO., Agents
and the WAILE? Buckle Tie, MIIEET BKOTIIEES
Co., Agents, and GOOLD & MCINTIKK'S Tie, WILLIS
CUIJOLM, Agents, and the FASSUAN'S Tic, R. M. BLI
LEI:, Agent, aro offen din this market a: 10010,'
cents tl lu.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a modi rafi
stock of this article, and we quote River Fl ?or
ing Bojras at $13 fl M.; scantling aud Plan!
SlO.c 12 "?I M.; Timber of slurping and good M.J
qualities there is a light supply nu the marke
and may bc quoted a: $11*12 fl M. Common ii
selling at $5(.i,t? tl M. ; and CitV sawed Lumber a
820? JS Tri M.
FREIU.L?'-.'-To most poins OTC dm) and nomi
na! lu consequence ol'tho lu.i supply ni' tonnago or
the berth, io Liverpool. ;s'd. on Upland and";d
on Sea Islands. To Havre nominal. To ?lu Weal
[u?ics bul lillie offoriug ut ?Kr in gol.!, *(*? M OL
i mubvr.lor north side ot Cuba, a ul S9tEg$10 V- M.,
??old, tor south side, with tho privilege o? chauvins
porta. Leastwise-To New Yorl. by steam, ??g ',e,
tl lb. ou Upland, and ?ic. on Sea Islands, 75c. ^
tierce ou Rice; by sail, somewhat nominal "tl lb ou Up?
lands, and -c. "('. ticreo on Rice. To Bcwtuu by steam,
-c. "0 1. on Cottee and -c tierce on Rice; by
sail -:.. E< TD. cu Cotton. To Philadelphia, *?e. ?l lb.
on Upland Cotton by steam, and -e. *<?t lb. by sail, '.o
baltimore, by steam, he fl Ul. on Cotton, and $1 50 fl
tc. on Rice. The Ballimore and Charleston Steam skirl
Compauy take Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
S1.50H 100 lbs.: Rice 65c. 1C0 tbs. To Louis,
ville. Cotton, SI.7" fy 100 lbs.; Rice 75c. ^ 100 lb.,-.
To St. Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fy 103 lbs.; Rice 8?-.
ii 100 los. These steamers taite freight through to
Philadelphia On Lumber, by sail, to New Yon:.
Philadelphia and Raltiraore, atsTfuS ? M., and on
Timber S0@T0 fy M. nominaL
EXCHANGE.-Stcrhug Bills-Tho rate yesterday
was 149;,, for sixty days' bills.
I DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The bauks are purchasing
Sight Checks on New York at par, r. da> s *j off; 10
I and 15 days off; 20 and 25 days % off: 30 day8 1 >_?
off. They are selling Sigh! Cli-oks: at li premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesteiday buying at
39 and sel'ing at 40.
MACON, March 31.-COTTON-Our market opened
verv flat and qtiiet, with holders asking 24J4'c for
Middlings. After the noon d'spatches were in an
active inquiry set in and continued up to the close ,
the market closing firm at 2i.';C tor Middlings.
MONTGOMERY, March 30.-COTTON-Tho market
was very active and excited, owing to fovorablonews
from Liverpool and our ports. About 1300 bales
were soKt lor shipmenr, nearly all of which goes on
the Yigo to New Orleans. Wc quote Good Ordinary
24 Jj ; Liverpool Middlings 25 ; Middlings 25>i\
Nc iv Orleans Market.
i NEW ORLEANS, March 28.-COTTON-Tho move?
ment has been moro excited to-coy than at any pre?
vious timo Jrom the opening of the present com?
mercial year. At nu carly hour advices were receiv?
ed from Liverpool av.tl cw York, indicating an un?
usually active and heavy movement in both, while
the later advices not onlv confirmed the former, but
materially strengthened it. The actual sales h?re
to-day foot d up COOi) bales, and the average advance
in rates ha? been &alKc ? lb- The improvement
in New lork and Liverpool to-day has been almo-it
unprecedented, ami ar tho close of business lt was
almost inipossib e to obtain reliable quolations. As
?in evidence of the prices uniformly paid, wo would
subjoin the niling quotation-, as follows, viz: Or?
dinary ar. 23i23>;c; Good Ordinary at 24,l?a24,??c;
Low Middling at 25?(a25Xc; Middling at 2Ca-e.
The sales yesterday reached 11,700 bales.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
:ilock rn hand september 1st, 1S67, (bales) 15,250
Arrived to-day. 1,241
Arrived previously. 502,815-504,050
Cleared to-day. 228
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 31,225
j WILMINGTON. March 31_TunrENTTNE-_Has
advanced 5 cents, and 380 bbls sold at $3 30 for
yellow dip, and $2 05 for hard, per 280 pounds. A lot
of 25 bbls new virgin, tho first received herc this
season, was sold at SC.
STOUTS TURPENTINE.-Tho market is firmer, and
thc price has advunced a shade. Sale? ol 31 bbls at
.!i'; cents, 140 do at 62 cents, and 60 do at <?V,? cents
ROSIN.-Market steady. Sales of 675 bbls at $2 30
for strained, and S3 75o?4 lor good to ex.ra No. L
TAB-Ls 5c higher, and 74 bbls sold at $2 15 per
COTTON-Has ruled firm under tho advices ie
cu.ved, and the market closes at au advance lu price,
sales of 195 bales at 25, 25&a35J? cents for Middling.
HAY.-Sole lrom wharf ol 2u0 talcs Eastern at I
SI 30 per 100 pounds.
ElLTDIORE, March 20.-COFFEE.-Continues
held firm ; no s-iles to-day reported lrom first hands,
and only 109 bass in lots from second hands at 17a
ll'ic. Bark winbreo, arrived to-dny from Rio with
4030 bags, making stock now in first hands about 24,
COTTON-Our market was again excited to-day, and
prices further advanced l^a2c, and cable advices
quoting l iverpool market active at llXallXd; salea
herc were restricted on account ol the firmness of
tellers. We report 330 bales as follows: 103 bales or?
dinary and good Ordinary 24a24??c; 80 bales, includ?
ing stained, at .4c, and low Middlings 26c; 152 bahs
comprised Of stained low Middling 2i^a25c; low
Middling 26Kc, and Middling 27J?C-on y 25 bales at
thc latter; at the close Middling was heldat27>ia
FLOUR.-There ls more inquiry for high grado City
Mills Extra for export, but millers aro without stock
and unwilling to contract under $13, on account of
tho scarcity and prevailing high prices for suitable
\\ heats. Wc also notice a lair inquiry for low grades
of Flour for shipment, wir ch are likewise scarce.
Stock geno ally is sm ?ll und tho market exhibits
much firmness on the part of holders. We have only
to report 600 bbls Rio brand, on private terms; 300
bbls Northwestern Extra at $11; 100 bbls Pennsylva?
nia Extra at -12 25; 190 bbls Fine $8 60; 100 bbls
Pennsylvania Rye S3; and 150 bbls yellow Corn Meal
GRAIN.-Whcnt ls in very moderate receipt, and
wi:h good demand from millers, prices show a furth?
er improvi ment Offerings to-day were 300 bushels
white and 38 0 bushels red. sales were restricted on
account of the extreme prices demanded by holders.
Wo ncte sobs ot 800 bushels strictly choice Maryland
red at S3 05; 300 bushels prime do. $2 80a2 85; 400
bushels good, $2 77; 100 bushels common 32 50. We
quote s ring wheats, primo No. 1, $2 60; Pennsylva?
nia held at #2 60a2 75. com-offerings to-day 17,300
bushels white, and 29"" bushels j olio te. Market ac?
tive and pnces firmer, with sales of coco bushels
primo white at SI 16; 1000 bushels good do. SI 14a
i 15; 2000 bushels mixed SI 12; 1200 bushels prime
vellowSl 19J1 20; 1625 bushels damp and mixed
Si Ital 15; 300 bushels blue eyed SI 08; 2000 bush?
els western mixed SI 10. Oats-2750 bushels rocelved,
sa es cf 12U0 bushels at 85?"Tc. weight; 1000 bushels
72c. measure Nothing reported In ryo.
MOLASSES-Nothing doing in tho article. Market
in tho absence of sales, nominally unchanged,
j NAVAL STORES-Market unchanged; for Spirits
I Turpentine quote 67c ? gallon, with an upward feel?
ing. Rosin ls inquired for an 1 market firm.
PROVISIONS-The demand tor Bacon from the
South continues good. Wc report to-duy a salo of 20
casks nb Sides, in imo lol, to a dealer at 14??c; quote
jotbing lots m orders ut UiiaWie; clear rib 15a
15'?e; .-boulders 12J?c; uoth'ug doing lu Bulk-held
firmly. M-. ss Pork is held at $23 25a23 75 ror medium
and heavy. L.rd 17al7'jC for largo and jobbiug
RICE-Is steady with sales from second hand at 10
al?j?c for Rangoon, and ll.'..'all.'<e IVr Carolina.
New Vor lc Market.
The New York Evening Post of Monday, March
The loan market is fairly active at 7 per cent, but
there is a gool supply ?it full rates, with less pres?
sure Commercial paper is quiet. Choice bills are
scarce, and pass at 7a9.
NEW YORK, March 25.- FLOUR, fcc-Thc market
tor Western and State flour is less active, but the
low grades aro 5al0c better; the Irgh r grades aro
Thc sales are 8300 bbls al S9 40a9 75 for superfine
Slate; $10 20al0 75 tor OX tm .-r..ie; rici 00a.ll 55 for
laney State; *1005al040for theliwgrades ut Western
extra; $10<;5all 3o for gout locbofcv timing Wheat
extras; Si0 80al2 50 'fr Miunerotjiand lowaextras;
$10 35al076forsluppi<ir<)h(o: : '0 85ii4 25 tor trade
a:ul family brands; 810 93*12 80 u r nuiWT ?iut-r
Wheat extra ludiaua andMieo.?-?" i 25'?' 20
Tor whi.o Wheat do ?do., and $12 25ul4 50 .or t.
Caliioruia flour is mori> active and finn. SalesTof
1S0II bbls und sacks ;<t 12 70al4 60.
Canadian flour is inactive.
Sou liern fl >ur is lira and more active.
Sales of H2.ri bbls at 8i)80al090 fer ordinary to
good extra Li.dtiiii >re and e-uiitry; 10 75al4 45 for
extra and amily (?oorgia and Virginia; and Sib 25a
15 for ' xtra and family Maryland und Delaware. *
Rye flour is steady and linn. Sales of 500 bbls at
$7 75a9 70.
Oats ?ire fairly activo and better. Tho sales are
54.0U0 bushels western at S7a87 '4c in store, and 89>?
Corr, is offered more freely, and closes lower and
quito dull. The inquiry ?s mainly for the home I
Tho sales arc 13,000 bushels new western raixi d at
SI 24*?al 27; old do do ?1 27 in store; western white
ut il 20al 22; woiern yellow SI 27>? il 2rt; anutbern
wliito ut SI 23'tl 25; Jersey J ollow ur 1 27ul 28; shaw
colored un I white Tonnes ec al SI 20al 23.
PROVISIONS-The Pork market is rather more ac?
tive af higher onces clcsiug stronjer.
Thesales, cash and regular are 3500 bbls at S23 75
ti2.: 87J4 for vii mesi-; ?21 9Sa26 for new mess;
$24 75a25 00 for eily mess; 5'2P 75a21 00 fir cv tra
prime; $22 75a23 00 1er western pr me mess, and
$23 50 tor city do.
i orfuture delivery we note 2000 bbls mes?, seller
May, at $25 35.
Beef is quiet
We quote at $9al4 for common brands; S14a20 for
plain moss, and $19 50a24 00 for extra mess.
Tierce i.eef is steady a--d iu very good demand.
S'a:cs ot 23U tes on privat . terms.
Beel liums arc quiet and unchanged.
Cul m ats ore neglected.
Bacon steady ana n octcrately active. Sale3 175
boxes at 12>; cts for Cu'jjberliud cut, 15 cts for short
Lard is doll, lower, and Dominai at about 15*a
16 eta for No 1; 16*al6* cts for city: 16*al6* cts
for fair to prime steam and kel tie rendered.
COFFEE.-Bio is firm, but tte market is quiet.
COTTON.-The market ls ap fully %c per pound;
this seems to check business. We quote:
Upland. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.22* 93 23 24
Low Middling.. 26* 26* 26* 27
Middling.27* 27* 27* 28
Good Middling. 28 28 29 29
HAT.-The demand is mrirate and the market
steady at 85a95 for snippiig and Slal 35 for retail
RICE-Is quiet. Holders an asking former figures.
SCOAB.-Raw sugars are l"sa active, the business
being mostly in small lots, . 'rices aro steady at 10*
all*e tor fair t) good refiting. Refined ara firm
and in fair demand at from 1 G*sl7c for hards.
F HEIGHTS.-To Liverpool t>y steamer. 500 bales
cotton at *?7-16d, and 14,50) bnshcla corn at 7d; to
London, by steamer, 400 bains hemp at 35s, and 100
tons nieasurment goods at 3!sa40s.
Cliarleston Wholesale Prices,
BA GOING, $ yard
BALE ROPE, H IB-Manillc
BRICKS, "f> M.
BRAN, fl 100 lbs.
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordin?r r..
Middling to Strict Middling.
CANDLES, ? lb-sperm.
COFFEE, %1 lb-Rio.
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla ...
CORA' MEAL, ?1 bbl.
COAL, t? ton-Anthracite.
COPPER. Vi lb-Sheet.?
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos
Double Beaned Poudrette.
Peruvian Guano, ton.
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lbs.
Baugh's Phosphate, %12'i00 lbs..
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2)00 lbs..
Mapes'Super Phosphate, 200U lb
Zcll's Ruw Bone Phosphate.
Zell's Super Phosphate r f Lime.
Woofetou's Phosphate ol Limo..
FISH-Coi, %1 100 lbb.
Herring, f\ box.
Mackerel, No. 1, ? half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 3, '?1 bbL.
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits.
* No. a.
Sardines, 100-quarti t noxec
! an boxes
FLOUR, fl bbl-Supcr_
Northern and Western :?xtra
30 to CS
- ? -
35 to 1.50
68 (31 60
05.00 ? -
50.00 fal -
30.00 @ -
65.00 @ -
30.00 (a) -
63.00 @ -
1U0.OU ((ti -
7C.00 ? -
05.00 Cai -
60.00 ? -
65.00 ? -
65.00 @ -
OS.ilO ? -
G5.00 (gi -
65.0') ? 00
7.00 (ai 9.60
40 tu, UO
!>. . ? -
_ ? _
. .75 ? -
- (ai -
23 @ 25
48 @ 60
Northern and Western '.ixtra.12.00 ?13.00
Baltimore Ultra.113.00 (ai -
FRUITS-Pronea, ? lb. 22 to -
Figs. 40 to -
Dried Apples. - @ -
Almonds, soft shell. 35 to 40
Baisins, M. lt., V box. 4.00 ? 5.00
I Raisins, Layer. 5.00 to 5.CO
Oranges. - @ -
Lemons, y, box., 16.00 (?17.00
GLASS, y? box of 50 feet
American, 8x10. 5.50 @ COO
American, 10x12. 0.00 to 0.60
French, 12x14. 7.00 to 8.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats. fl bushel.| - to -
Western Oats, %1 bush? 1. - to -
Corn, %1 bushel.| 1.25 to 1.35
Beans, fl bushel.12.00 to 3.00
HAY. 73 cwt.-North Buer.| 1.30 Tal 1.35
Eastern. .I - ? -
BIDES-Dry, BJ lb. 10 ?o 12
[ INDIGO-lb. 1.00 to 1-75
IRON-Refined, fl lb. 06*? 00
Swede. U8 to 09
LATHS, -BM. 4.CO ? 1.50
j LIME- Shell, fl bbl. - to -
South Carolina, in bbb-. 1.60 to -
Roekport, in bulk.11.25 ? -
i Cement. 2.75 to 3.00
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 to 4.50
i LUMBER, fi BL loci
Clear White Pine, 1st finality.|50.00 ?55.00
Whilo Piue, good run.,3S.L'0 ?10.00
Yellow Pine.20.DU (a 25.00
Boards, %1 AL feet-?.ugh.....'..12.00 415.00
Grooved and 1 ongued....?28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country ta med, %1 lb. - @ -
MOLASSES, fi gallon- Cuba.| 46 to 49
Muscovado. 60 ? 53
Sugar House. 50 to 1.00
New Orleans. - to -
NA VAL STORES, fl tbl-Tar.... ' - to -
Pitch. - to -
Rosin, Pale. - to -
Rosin, No. 1. - ? -
Bosin, No. 2. - @ -
Rosin, No. 3. - -
Spirits Turpentine, ? gallon. - to -
Od?Utn. M ID . 16 to -
NAILS-American, 4@20d, fl keg.. 6.60 ? 7.00*
: American Wrought. - ? -
lathing.I 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, %1 lb. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 @ -
Spikes. 12 to 15
Ol IS-Lard, %1 gallon. 1.35 to 1.40
Linseed, fl gallon. 1.20 to 1.30
Sperm, Winter, ?) ga'Jon. 2.76 @ 3.00
Cotton Seed, ? galio i. - to -
Castor (E. I.), %1 gallon. 8.00 to -
Olive, $ dozen.18.00 to 10.00
Kerosene, fi gallon.j 62 (a) 54
Benzine, .? gallon.| 60 to -
PROVISIONS-Beef, mess, .? bbl.|24.00 ?26.00
Beef, prime.I14.0U tolS.OO
Pork, mese. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - to - '
Bacon, Hams, -B lb. 20 ? -
Bacon, Sides. 15*@ 10
Bacon, Shoulders. 13*to 13*
Bacon, Strips. 16 to -
Lard, in keg. - to -
Butter. 40 to 55
Cheese. 15 to 30
Potatoes, %1 bbl. 4.00 ? 6.00
Onions.I 6.00 ? -
Apples.I 6.00 ? 8.00
PAINTS-Whlto Lead. %1 lb. 10 ? 16
Black Lead.I lu ? 12
Zinc. White.I 12 ? 10
PLOW STEEL, fl lb 12 ? -
RICE-Carolina, 'fl lb. 9*? 10*
East India. - to -
SLATES-American, 'ii square.12.50 to -
SHINGLES, P. 7.00 to 8.00
Wnitc Pino, first quality.12.00 to -
SALT-Liverpool, coi rae, fi suck.. 1.50 ?1.80
Liverpool, One. - to -
SOAP- Bar, H lb. ll to 15
STARCH, V? lb. 10 to 12
SPICES, fi lb-Cassi?. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves.... 75 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Pepper.:. 40 @ -
Pimento. ... 40 ? 50*
Race Gunter. HO ? -
SPIRITS, li gallon-Alcohol. 5.0U to 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? ;l-75
Gin. Holland. 4.75 (S, 5.00
Gm, American...... 3.50 to 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E.I 2.50 to 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 ? 6.00
Whiskey, Reclifie<!. 2.30 to 2.40
SUGAR, fi lb-Raw. 13 (ai 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 ?J 18
Clarified B. 17 fa) 18
Clarified O. 16*? 17
Loa!. 18 to 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Muscovat*' . . 13 to 15
SEGARS- Dom'icrianu'ture.fl M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, fi ls-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.60
Hyson. 1.50 @ 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.75
TOliACCO, fi lb, ai. per quality.... 40 ?1.50
TIMBkR-Hevnx Timber-Y.Pine.. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - ? -
poplar. - ? -
Hickory. . - ? -
TAY-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? -
I X Roofing Plate.|17.00 ? -
IC Tin Plate 10x14.16.50 ? -
IX Tin Plato 3x14.17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate, 14i20. 10.50 ? -
BlockTin.fi lb... 40 ? -
TIF/A'^-Cotton, 'fr lb.?.. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? - I
Hemp. 45 @ - J
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH-Bright, H gallon. 25 ? -
Parafine. - ? - I
VINEGAR-WhiU Wine, ?! gallon. 60 @
Cider. 30 @ -
French. 1.00 ?1.25
WINE, # aallon-Port. 2.60 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 to 5.00
Claret, ft case. 5.00 ?13.50
Champagne, %1 basket. 25.00 to30.00
Consignees pc:r Soutn Carolina Railroad
348 bales Cotton 61 bales Mdze, 2000 bags Grain,
7 cars Wood, 2 cars Cattle, Ac. To W W Gilreath lc
Co, G a Walter i Jo, J B E Sloan. Blakeley A Co, E
H Rodgers A- Co, J A Quackeubush. Goldsmith k
Sou, Hisley k Creighton, P Walsh, W Boach, Chis
olni Bro?, Ravenel 4: Co, Railroad Agent, JW Spraguo
k Bro, A K seago. f Creaser, J D Oaterholtz, G W
Williams A co, W Parsons, J Campeen A Co, Eano
paux A Launeau. f N Hobson, C N Averill, Utsey A'
Kenyon, T H lt \V Dcwees, J C H Clauseen, Gibbes
A: Co, J C .Mahout e.
Comparative Export? of Cotton, from
the Fort ot Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain...
Other french Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europo.
Total North of Europe.
..outh of Europe.
West Indies, kc.j
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, fcc.
Baltimore and Nor.-?Jk
New Orleans, kc.
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Port',
Exports of Rice. Naval Sttores and lie?
ber from the Font of Charleston, > rom
September 1,1867, to April 2, 1868
N. STORES. LUMBER.
Wilmington, N. C..
Providence, Il I_
Other U. 8. Ports...
Majorca & a Market
Sagua I.a Grande...
St. Jago de Cuba... |
St Johns, N B...
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-Mrs
Foote. B Adams, Capt B Allen, F A Bich, Z Platt, C
Schonert and ltd?, S L Bopping and lady, - Hast?
ings, Mrs beaver, E Haile, W Canwell, J c clapp, J
Henderson, Mrs L H Tyler, C D Tyler, J Harris, J F
Collins, W Pushar.i, Miss A Beese. A Smith, H Leo?
pold. Mrs li Uogatrki, M Bogatcki, H Clinch. W H
Bellows, C O Stowe, C Shaw. H G Eastman, Miss M
E Kean, J M Nichols, Mrs R W WBde. Mrs Post ail
son, - Post, W Taylor, J Smith.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, via Beau?
fort, Bluff ton, Ac-H Yeatiean, H B Moore, E M Em?
erson, G B Welch, J S CushiLg, W Hatch, Z M Hum?
phreys and wife, Miss E Humphrey?, Miss L Hum?
phreys, A Mitchel], J lt Glover and wife, W S Perry
and wife, J L Brewer, G Lair, J Fairlt-e, J Gordon
Bennett, Jr, J O Barker, A M Hopp. A W Sandford,
A Vogt, J M Croiut, Prof Shopherd, W Dearborn, J
Mathiessen, M Burt, E Mazyck, Miss M Barnwell,
Miss c H Watson, S Ball. W H Trescott, Col Badger,
Col Page, S G Gilbert. Mrs Gilbert, J S Bead, Lieut
Craft, J D Stubb, Lieut Bo.-s, Lieut Fleming, and 10
Port of Charleston, April 3.
Sehr Hising Sun, Jones. Bockport, Me-9 days.
Lune, Bock and Hay. To Olney ,V Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNclty, Savannah, via Beau?
fort, Bluffton and Hilton Bead. 5 bales Cotton, and
Mdze. To Jno Ferguson, Piuckney Bros, E H Bari -
well. O C Porcher, Terry A N olen. Prof Shepherd, E
M Pinckuey, C Lltschgl, Southern Express Co.
Steamship Manhattan, WcodhulL New York
James Adger A Co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Ship J A Wright, Morse, Liverpool
From this Port.
Steamship Jos Adger, Lockwood, New York, March
Steamship Moneka, Sbackford, New York, April 2.
Steamship Saragossa, dowell, New York, April 2.
Sehr S J Waring, Smith, Boston, March 28.
Sehr A E Willard, Sansil, Boston, March 28.
The sehr Bing Dove, from a Northern port bound
to Savannah, Cime to anchor yesterday in the Boads.
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, April a, 1868.
VXUWKLS UNDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
E B bouder, 778 tons, Lobby, at Atlantic wharf, for
New York, loading-Jno A Theo Getty.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adgcr's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger ? Co.
Falcon, 672 tons, Heed, at Union wharf, for Balti?
more, loading-Courtenay & Trenholm.
K C Winthrop, 944 tons, Stuart, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, ready-Patterson k Btock.
Hannah Morris (Br), 1061 tons, Moms, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-WlBia A* Chisolm.
Graham's PoUey. 769 tons, Burges, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson & Stock.
Scdborgh (Ur), 614 tons, Encale, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson tc btock.
Southern Bights. 982 tons, Williams, in the Strea.m
for Liverpool, ready-W Boacb.
Charleston (Br), 678 ton?, Cochrane, at Boyce A Co's
wharf, from Live;pool, discharging-B Mute A
B H Tueur, 1098 tons, Rundlett, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-Master.
Sitka, 869 tons, Thompson, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-Bisley i Creighton.
Rosalind (Br). 540 tons, Clark, at Accommodation
whart, lor Liverpool, waiting-J A Enslow 4c Co.
Hector (Br), 614 tons, Nelson, at Brown A Co's whorl.
for D itoy, Geo, ready-street Bros A Co.
Arbitrator (Br), 687 tons, Orwin, at Boyce tc Co's
wharf, ? >r Liverpool, loading-R Mure A Co.
Haleigh (Bamburgb), - tons, Honsen, at Kerr's
wharf, from Havana, waiting-Master.
Times (Br), 162 tons, Morgan, at Southern wharf,
from Cardenas, waiting-J A Enslow A Co.
Victoria (Span), 203 tons, Niviller, at Brown A Co's
wharf, for i-arcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Fortuna (Spun), 202 tom. Llenas, ut Brown A Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P HaU.
Martha ann Palmer (Br), 219 tons, Chapman, at
Union wharf, from Sagua La Grande, repair?
ing-R Mure k Co.
Salvador Span), - tons, Oliver, at Brown k Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
J W Woo iruff. 147 tons, Baskell, in the stream, for
Georgetown, S C, ready-Master.
Josie A Devereaux, 391 tous, Smith, at Central wharf,
wharf, for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith k bon.
H Allen, 208 tons, Totem, in Ashley River, for I rov
idence, ready-L i Potter.
Conservative, 293 tons, Bord, in Ashley River, for
Providence, loading-W Roach.
Anna Birton, 224: tons, Prink, in Ashley Biver, for
Philadelphia, loading- -H F Baker k Co
T G Smith, 282 tons. Lake, in Ashley Biver, for
Philadelphia, loading-W Roach.
C C PettengiL 90 tons, A lec, at Brown k Co's wharf,
for New Orleans, loading-Risley k Creighton,
lilly, Francis, at Adger's wharf, from New York,
H J Raymond, 190 tons, Ellsworth, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach.
J A Parsons, 270 tons, Young, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker k Co.
Matoaka, 218 tons, Fooks, at N E Railroad wharf, for
New York, loading-Master.
E H Naylor, 280 tons, Naylor, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphiii^-load?ig-H F Baker k Co.
D H Bisbee, 92 tons, Jones, at Fairchild's wharf, for
Providence, loading-Olney \ Co.
Minerva, 112 tons, Collins, at Brown k Co's wharf,
from Havana, discharging-Master.
AP Cianmer, 304 tons, Cranmer, at Kerr's wharf,
from New York, dischargi.g-Master.
Marla Lunt, 105 tons. Tracey, at Brown k Co's
wharf, from Ballimore, waiting - Risley k
A H Edwards, 233 tons, Bartlett, in Ashley Biver,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker k Co.
Rising Sun, - lons. Jones, at Brown k Co's wharf,
from Rockport, Me, discharging-Obley k Co.
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBE?R2 C. H.,
at $3 per annum, and, having a Urge circu?
la tl or through aU the upper and lower Districts ol
the Plate, affords great advantages to advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which
apply io our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the MiU
House, . THOS. F. k B. H. GBENEKER,
CHARLESTOS CITY RAILWAY COM?
OFFICE CH ABLESTON CITY BALLWAY CO 1
Comnai BBOAXJ AXU EAST BAT STREETS," ' I
CHAXLESTOS, SO. CA., March 16th, 1868. J
SCHEDULE OF TBE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8 A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (10) minuter vals of ten (10) min?tes
during the day rill tb i daring the day till 9 P.
last trip at 8.30 P.M.- M.
N. H.-Leave the Battery as follows: Twenty (20)
nun??* after the hour, and ten (10) minutes of the
hour, from 8.20 A.M., ti 7.50 P.M.. except at te?
110) minutes of 9 o'clock, A. M. Everv other trip
from the old Postofflce.
B?TLEDGE-S TBEE? LINE.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.05 AM., and at inter?
vals of ten (10) minutes vals of ten (10) minnies
during the day rill 8.20 during the day till 9 P.M.
N. B.-Leave the Battery at five (5) minutes after
the hour, and thirty-five (35) minutes after the hour,
except at 9.05 A. M., uutil 7.45 P. M. Every other
trip from the old Postofflce.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave the Lower Termi?
ni 9 A.M., and at inter- mu at 9.30 A.M., and at
vals of fifteen (15) min- intervals of titeen (15)
otes till 7.00 P. M. minutes till 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. The last trip of each car tc the old Postofflce.
RCTLEDG E-STBEET LINE.
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inter-1 at 9.85 A. M., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20) vals of ??very twenty (20)
minutes tia 6.45 P.M. | minutes till 7.30 P.M.
N.B-AU the trips are to the Battery, until 6.15 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postofflce.
. S. W. BAM8AY,
J an nary 22_ Secretary and Treasurer*
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHABLZSTO?T, S. C., March 30, 1868. I
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE THE MATT, AND
PASSENGEB TBiONS on this Boad will run'
Leave Charleston.L30P. M.
Arrive at Florence.7.00 P. M.
Leave Florence.3.30 A M. "
Arrive at Charleston.9.00 A. M.
These Train? connect wita the Trains of the Wil?
mington and Manchester Railroad going North and
coming South, and with the Trains of the Ch eraw
and Darlington Railroad.
S. S. 80LOMONS,
March 30 6 Superintendent.
OFFICE CHERAW AND DARLINGTON
CHEBAW, MARCH 30,1868.
ON AND AFTER THIS BAY" THE TRAINS ON
this Road will ron as follows:
Leave Florence daily (Sundays excepted) at 7.45 P.
M-after arrival of trains from Charleston and Eing
ville-and orrivo at Cberaw at 10.30 P. M.
Leave Ch craw on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fri?
da* sat8.00A?M.,and arrive at Florence at LL00
Leave Ch era w on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Satur?
days at 12.30 A. M. (at night), and arrive at Florence
at 3.00 a. M., in time to connect with Trains for
Charleston or Emuville.
Passengers for Wilmington will take the 8.C0 A M.
Train from Cheraw. S. S. SOLOMONS,
USJ-The Darlington. Florence, Bennettsvlle, Che?
raw, and Wadesboro', N. C., papers will give four
insertions. 6 March SO
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH' CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, i
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 31,1868. J
ON AND AFTER 1HIS DATE, THE TBATNS
over this Road will run as folio we :
Leave Columbiaat.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 P. M
Leave Charlotte at.1L35 P. M.
Arn vc at Columbiaat.6.00 A M.
Passengers taking this route, going North make
close connections at Greensboro', Weldon and Ports?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
Afcj-Tickcts optional from Grern*-boro', either via
Danville or Raleigh ; and from Portsmouth cither
via Bay Line or Annam^ssic Boute. Baggage checked
Connections made both ways with trains of the
Greenville and columbia Railroad.
April 2 Superintendent,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL STJPEBTNTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
CHARLESTON, H. C., March 26, 1868. J
ON AND AFTER SUI'DAT, MABOH 29TH, THE
PASSENGEB TRAINS of tho South Carolina
Railroad will run os follows :
Leave Charleston.c.30 K M..
Arrive at Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Leave Charleston.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.45 A M.
Leave Charleston. .6.30 A. M..
Arrive at Colombia.3.50 P. M.
Leave Charleston.6.40 P. M.
Arrive a* Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Leave Augusta.6.00 A M..
Arrive st Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A M.
Leave Colombia.6 00 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia..5.30 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.80 A M.
Leave Charleston.,.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summervale.5.16 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A M. ?
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Kio grille..2.20 P. M..
Arrbe ot Camden.5.00 P. M..
Leave Camden.5.10 A. M.
Arrive at BTngville.7.40 A. M..
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
March 37 General Superintendent
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