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Deepest love avoideth enow
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Shunning dav's intrusive U;ht,
Live but for each other's sight
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and the dew is falling sweet,
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Death of Lord Brougham.
A cable dispatch published yesterday morn?
ing, announced the death of Lord Brougham
at Carmes, in the South of France, where he
has long had a winter residence.
Henry, Baron Brougham and Vaux,was born
in Edinburgh on the l'Jth of September, 1778,
and was, therefore, in the ninetieth year of his
age at the time of his decease. He was edu?
cated at the University of Edinburgh, where
he was distinguished for his proficiency in
mathematics and physical science. Before he
reached his eighteenth year he had written an
article on the refraction and reflection of light,
which was thought reserving of publication in
/tho '.Transactions" of the Boyal Society. Simi?
lar contributions appeared in the "Transac?
tion?" of tho two following ' veers. Admit?
ted in 1800 a member of tho Edinburgh So?
tie ty of Advocates, he was thus brough* into
contact with Sydney Smith, and Horner and
Jeffrey, and two years later joined them ^es?
tablishing the Edinburg Review, to whose col?
umns Air. Broueham was a regular contribu?
tor for nearly a quarter of a century. Remov?
ing to London in 1807, he was called the fol?
lowing year to the English Bar, where be
speedily distinguished himself. In 1810 he
entered Parliament for the borough of Camel?
ford, and two years later sought to represent
Li ver po A, but v as defeated by Mr. Canning.
After several other unsuccessful attempts to
regain a seat in Parliament, he was finally re?
turned by, the influence ot the Earl of Darling?
ton for th? borough of 'Winchelsea, which he
continued to represent until 1830. In the
meantime be had interested himself inpro
... rooting the suppression of the slave
trade, the - reset of the Catholics from
?the disablitieB under which they then la
i bored, and the extension of popular education.
In 1820 and 1821 he was the chief advisor
said the boldest defender of Queen Caroline,
the consort of George the Fourth, ana whilst
he lost the favor of the court he gained im
. messe popularity by the active part which he
took in the trial of the Queen, whose acquittai
from the charges preferred against her was
largely due to bis ?loquence. In 1827, in spite
o? tho dislike of George the Fourth, Mr.
Brougham was made a Sing's counsel, and in
. 1830 re feigned bis. seat in Parliament as mem?
ber for winchelsea, and was elected to repre?
sent Yorkshire. Tn? Bame year, when Earl
Grey became Primo Minister, Mr. Brougham,
.. who bad become ose of the most prcrainant
loaders of the English bar. was offered
the post of Lord Chancellor with the
title of Baron Brougham and Vaux. As
Lord Chancellor he ia said to have ' excited
the astonishment of the- chancery bar by the
rapidity with which he cleared the docket of
cases in arrears. His opponents accused him
of recklessness in dealing with cases, and of
iraccuracy in deciding them; bat his long
?sd carefully prepared judgments have gene
- rally been-acceptod by his successors. In 1884
the Whig Ministry was dismissed, and Lotd
. Brougham was succeeded in the Chancellor?
ship, early the: following year, by Mr. Pepys.
Since that time Lord Brougham bas never held
office; but ban boon in receipt of an ex-Cban
oeilor's retiring;' pension of five thousand
pounds a year, ana until recently has taken an
couve part in tho determination of appeals to
the House of Lords. In all matters relating to
popular education, to social reform, and to the
progress of science, Lord Brougham took a
- profound interest np to within a few months
of hie death.
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GBSAT TOBRADO ra TBS WEST.-The Western
- - papers rumia h very inter?s tin pr particulars of j
the fearful tornado which swept over portions
? of Illinois and Iowa on Sunday, the 3d of May:
Shanghae, Illinois, was most seriously afflict
. ed, fifteen dwellings being totally destroyed,
' and many more removed from the foundations.
"Many of them," says one account, "were
picked up by the whirlwind, lifted into the air.
?nd carried quite a distance, and then, seexn
, ingly with demoniac fur?, daahodto the ground
and shivered into a million of fragments." A
new and elegant school building, twenty-four
by thirty-six feet, was lifted from its founda?
tion ana dashed into pieces. The only two
churches in the place, both less than, a year
old. were broken into thousands of pieces and
?sattered over the prairie for a long distance.
The-tornado extended to Iowa, and occaaiun
ed gre\t Ices of property in the vicinity of J
Muflcatine.' Tho Jour :al of Monday gives the
lbllowing p^onlarei About three o'clock yes?
terday afternoon the most terrible tornado in
this section of the country since 1844 visited
this vicinity, describing, is its destructive
course, almost a semi-circle around this city,
coming itt some pointa within two or turee
miles of the place. Many of .our citizens had
their attention attracted to a peculiar appear
.noe of the clouds, and a strange, rushing
sound about the hour when the work of de?
struction was-going on, ?nd there were but few
who did not remark that 4 there was a hurri?
cane m some placo."' Between five and six
o'clock this prediction was verified by reports
ooming in from Serventy-six and Swettland
townships. The. intelligence augmented the
fears already entertained by our citizens, and
produced the greatest excitement. Those who
aaw the appioach of tho tornado previ us to
its commencing tts work of destruction, say
that it bad ' the form of an inverted runnel,
which whirled like a top as it sped along. The
funnel seemed to have formed by two clouds
. State Hews.
-The hail storm Which passed over Florence
on Tuesday did serious injury. Though of only
' fifteen minutes1 duration, the gardens and fruit
trees Buffered seriously. In many places the
peach trees were almost entirely strapped of tbe
fruit,, which ?21 'prove ? considerable loss to
those who expected a good crop of this fruit.
The whole of Marion District suffered weat of
the Peedee, m the neighborhood of Mar's Bluff.
The storm was a hurricane.
-On Friday last D. B. Owens was arrested,
charged with having released the prisoners
from Marion j aiL
-The Radical nominations io Marios are :
For Bheriff-N. B. Goddard; Clerk-B, C. Mc?
Intyre; Commissioner of Schools-D. Bigelow :
Commissioners of Roads-A. B. Ford, W. A.
Hayne, J. H. Rodgers ; Coronar-W. E. Miller ;
Probate Judge-J. Wilcox.
-Greeley in a late issue of the Tribune sayer.
"For yoong men who are worth one thousand
dollars each, we regard Virginia, Tenoessee
and tile Carolina? as very inviting. Twenty
such may boy for ten thousand dollars an estate
Urge enough to cut up into twenty good farms,
and theo have half of their money left for im
pro veniente. Ac. By se tiling toge th er and cher
?shmg a frAtexnal spirit, they may diminish by
one-half the amount they must otherwise in?
vest in teams, implements, &c. We advise no
poor young m?n to migrate South alone; bat
let twenty to forty go together, buy an estate
tudiciously located, cut it up, start a store, a
ilacksmith shop, a common school, Ac, and
they will doable the value of their purchase is
one year, and be in good circumstances within
ten years. There are as cheap lands and as
?Md chances to-day io the South as in the
est; but a man worth one .hundred dollars
may tquat in the West on a quarter tecnon in
some section remote Irom present settlements,
and grow into ? oon?j^?uc?f whereas we could
advise ho-6h? f6*?niaT??i^6onfliward with less
than five hundred- dollars^.while if be goes
alone and eetties among utter ?trangers, he
will need far more tb aa that."
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Any injurious ingredients. As a preventive to
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oovanng from fever, or other sickness, it can?
not be surpassed. It is recommended by the
most eminent physicians. Prepared by Heffe?
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CA IB'.KIEN, CUBA-Per Brirhh trig George-67,
tSO feet Pine Lumber.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF TBE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, )
CHARLESTON. 'Wednesday Evening, May 13, '63. t
The market was extremely quiet, buyers generally
holding off, and the transactions vf exe only 62 bales
? oflow middlings at 39c $ ft. The butin?es was too
limited to indicate transactions, and they are omit?
, FOREIGN MAREEIS.
LTVEBPOOL, May 18-Noon.-Cotton opens firmer
with estimated sates of 10,000 bales: prices un?
changed. Breadstuffi and provisions quiet
Two P. M.-Breadstuffs are dull and lard quiet;
pork 83s Cd ; beef 112s 6d ; bacon 19s.
LIVERPOOL, May 13-Evening.-Corn 36s. Others
LONDON, May 13-I vening.-Consols 94%. Sugar
NEV; YORE. May 18.-No noon report received.
Evening.-Cotton a stado firmer; Bilfs 1800 bales
st 29 '?A 30c. Flour dull and SalOc lower; State $8 40
alO 50; Southern SlOall 75. Wheat unchanged.
Corn easier; mixed Western $117al 18%. Mess pork
$28 50. Lard heavy at 16al9c. Groceries quiet and
firm. Turpentine 58a59c. Rosins $3 20a7. Tallow
active at U%al2c. Freights lower; on cotton, by
steam, %a5-32. Governments close 1 finn; five
twenties. '62 coupons, 108%; '64,106%; seven-thir?
ties, 107Ji; Tennessee 66%.
BALTMOBE, May 13.-Cotton dull at 30c Flour
less active but nominally unchanged. Wheat dull;
Maryland $3. Corn fine; white $116; yellow $122.
Oats firm at 90c. Provisions quiet and unchanged.
North Carolina 6's, January and July, 65 bid.
WrLUXNOTON, May 13.-Turpentine firm at 49c.
Bosin in good demand; strained ?2 30; No 2. $2 40a
2 TC; psle $6C0a8 50; window glass 10al0%c Tar
AUGUSTA, May 13.-Cotton dull; rales 150 bales;
receipts 30; uplands 28%o29c
SAVANNAS, May 13.-cotton quiet but. steady;
sales 110 tales; middlings held at 30c, and 29%c of?
fered; receipts, in two days. 559; exports, coastwise,
MOBILE, May 13.-Cotton quiet but steady; Bales
400 bales; middlings 27%r; receipts 33; exports 106.
NEW ORLEANS, May 13.-Cotton moro active; up?
lands 29%a30c; sales 1600 bales; receipts 410; ex?
ports 3065. Sterling 62a55; York sight exchange %
premium; gold 40%. Sugar slightly fi;uer; stock
Cn.-CTN.SATi, Moy 13.-Flour dull. Corn firmer;
In ear 91; shelled held at an advance of Ito 2c Cot?
ton firm at 28 for midd! ng. Mets Pork $26. Bacon
-13}; for shoulder*. 16% for clear rib, and 17 for
clear siSes. Lard 18%.
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Mobile Weekly Market.
MOBILE, May 8.-COTTON-The receipts daring
the past week have been 996 bale?, as follows : From
the Alabama River, 2. 8; from Big bee River, 114;
from Warrior River, 78; and by railroads, 696
against 1927 bales for the correspendlng week last
?ar. The exports have boen 5436 bales, viz : To
verpool. 3512; New York, 39; New Orleans, 1884
against 3833 bales last year. The stock on hand and
on shipboard not cleared is 22.063 bales-against
83.175 bales at the same time last year.
At the date of oar last review we reported the mar?
ket closing dull and nominally at 31c for middlings.
Sales of the week 1150 bales, and receipts 2751 bales,
against 2304 the week previous.
SAT0BDAX-Nothing done Quotations entirely
MONDAY-Demand confined tooee buyer; sales
100 baies; middlings 81%c
TUESDAY-market dull and nominal; sales 100
bales; middlings 31c
WEDNESDAY- Nothing done. Quotations nominal
under a decline rf %d in Liverpool-say uplands.
THT/BSDAT-Market dull and irregular. Sales of 150
bales made on a basis of 29%c for middlings; Liver?
pool off %d ; uplands 12%d.
FRED AT-Nothing done; market nominal
Sales ot the woek 350 bales.
MONETARY AND FINANCIAL. -Thc markets for
gold and exchange have been very quiet during the
past week. Gold end sterling are stiffer, with clos?
ing gold accounts from New York, but there is very
Jrue doing in either. In domestic we have Blight
improvement to note on tbe commencement of the
week, ind while rates are firmer than then, advices
of a weak ai d decliu'ng market in New Orleans will
no doubt check any immediate advance here. We
quote as closing:
Sterling-sixty days 162%al53; Al bill command
New York sight %a% premium; New York 15 days
%a% discount; do 30 days lal% discount; do 60
d-iyB l%a2 per cent dit count.
.New Orleans sight par to % discount
FunoHTS- To Liverpool are quiet but the rates
are better, owing to the limited amount of tonnage
on the berth and disengaged, and we hear of some
engagements at 7-\6d. To ooastwise and Nortnern
porns mere is nothing going. We quote: Liverpool
7-16d; Havre -c; coastwise ports -c; lc per lo by
steamer to Hew York cia Florida ttaiiroael. with in?
surance by this route 1% per cent gross. Lumber to
Havana $7a8 per M.
WILMINGTON, May 12.-Owing to the inclemency
of the weather there has been very Utile out-door
business doing today.
TDBPZNTXNE-rPrioes unchanged. Sn'.ea ot 176
bbls at $4 toi virgin, $2 26 for yellow dip, and S2 for
hard, per 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TTJEFENTTNE-Sales of only 75 bbls at 48c
per gallon. Market firm, and factors holding at
I higher figures.
?KosrN-fcales of only 187 bbls at $240 for No 2, and
$3 75. $4 80a4 75 lor No 1, as in quality.
TAB-ls in denian0, and unuket finn. Only 37
I bbls received, und sold at S3 per bbL
BALTIMORE May ll.-BABB-We heard of a s ile
to-day of 60 bacs Virginia qnerctron, choice art cle
at tCO ton.
COFFEE-Our market remains du'l for Rio; stock
large and no buyers. Brig Franrcs Jane ar.ived be?
low to-d-y, with 8850 bacs, and brig Sarah PhiUips
with 3207 Iiag8-quotations, in tho abseuco ol sale?,
nominally unchanged. Stock, including the cargoes
above, about 40,009 bags Rio.
COTTON-With continued unfavorable Liverpoo.
advices per cable, our market' is much depressed.
The only sale to-day was a small lot of law grad? at
28%c. In the absenre of sale?, and the unsettled
condition of tho market, it is difficult to give correct
quotations. Received today 210baleslrombav^u
nab, 129 from Charleston, and 71 from Norfolk and
Birhmond-in ail 410 bal*a.
FLOUR-The liberal stock cf Northwestern tvpring
on the market bas been attracting more of the atten?
tion of buy ei a lately, and causing a duller market for
low grades of winter, with which they come more
directly in compet? ~. We bave no transactionA to
note in either Hov.' i-rtnet or dry milis supers;
Western spring when was also inactivo to-day, we
only heard of 25 J bbls extra low grade at $10 26al0 50
per bbl. Prices generally favor buyers, though no
GBATN-Keoeipt? of wheat to-day were composed
rf llOo bushels white and 2890 bot-bela red ; market
fell off fully 5 eta; i o eluded in the sales wero 160
bushels choice Maryland white at $1 12; 100 bushels
prime do at $2 98; -00 bushels inferior at 12 62; 1000
bushel* choice Mai y land red ut 13 05; 250 busnele.
prime Virginia Vallev at $3; 800 bushels medium
Maryland at $2 80&2 82. and 700 bushels fair do at
$2 65. Com-Offerings 16,350 bushels white and
3600 bushels yellow; market rather favored bnyprs;
mclnned in the sales were 3820 bushels strictly
prime dry white at $117; il?0 Lushels good do at
$116; 2050 do do at $116; 2000 bushels damaged ano
! ' -Jtr t -"? ^?1 r*U i? tef-"-?93 . . fi -.".-.-'
inferior at $1 Wal 13, mostly at the inside-of yellow
only salee were 800 bushels at tl 23-market closed
duli Oats-1280 bushels received; demand good,
with sales ol 300 bushels Western at 89 cte; 600 bush?
els Pennsylvania at eame price, delivered from cars;
200 bushels at 90 eta; 1000 bushels Southern light at
91a95 cte per bushel weight. Nothing reported in
MOLASSES.-The market is strong for all descrip?
tions at fall previous quotations-no sales reported
to-day. Stock reduced to 746 bids, 70 tes and 31
bola Cuv-a; 40 hhda Porto Elco, and 428 puncheons
PROVISIONS.-We notice a steady fair retail de
man 1 for bacon, : mounting to-day to NaT hhds, st
full former quotations viz: for shoulders 14% cents;
rib sides 16%al7 cents; clear ri'-17% cents; hams 20
to 22 j-i cents, as to quality and fancy, ouMde for
Lane's. We near c.f no more transactions o? round
lots* of any kind. Bulk meats are nominally un?
changed.- Mess pork is held at $29 60a$3n per bbl
large and retail lots. Lard we quote at 20aM% cents
per pound for Western ?ercos.
S?OAB-We continue to note a very firm market;
no stockbf Cuba in first hands except 200 boxes; and
of Porto Pico only 1153 hhds, English Island 403
hhds, and Fr. Island U hhds-in all only 1574 hhds.
We note sales to-day of 197 hhds Porto Pico to the
trade on private terms, but understood at 12al3J?c;
refining grades we quote scarce and firm at ll ii a
ll c. Beaned sugars are steady on tho basis of
I6%c for hard and 15%c for soft A white.
STUTTS-Are unchanged; we still quote Maryland
Company's golden at 77c, Baltimore 70c, and Monu?
mental 67c per gallon in bbls-In half bola Sc, and
kegs 10c additional.
\tiv York; Market.
The New Tork Journal of Commerce, of Mon?
day, 11th inst, stfys:
The demand for terrporary loans of capital is hard?
ly eufneient to give employment to all the surplus
offering, and the tendency is to lower rates of inter?
est Borrowers find no difficulty in obtaining need?
ed accommodations at 6 per cent upon approved se?
curities; aod strictly ii rut class commercial paper at
short date is readily placed at 7 p r cent per annum
NEW YORK, May 9.-BREAPSTOFFS.-The mar?
ket for State and Western floor.is quiet, and prices
incline to favor the buyers. The sales are 7800 bMs
at s 8 60a9 2'J tor euper?ne State; ?9 75al0 CO for com?
mon extra State; 310 IColO 25 tor good to choice
do; $10 30al0 75 lor fancy do; $8 60a9 20 for super?
fine. Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Ac, and $9 70
aio 20 for extra do; $10 25al0 75 for choice extra
do, including shipping brands of round hoop Ohio
at $1000al0 30, and trade brands of do at $10 35*13 90;
good to cho ce white wheat extras $11 90al3 90;
St Louis al ?llal2 50 tor common to fair exirs, and
$12 50al6 for good to choi.-e. cloving rather more
heavy. We quote: Superfine state, $860A9 20; extra
state. 50 75al0 25; super Western, $8 C0a9 23; extra
Western. $9 70al0 2C; extri Ohio round hoop $10 00a
10 30; do trade, 10 35al3 90; extra Geneser,-a-; ex?
tra StLouis, ll 00al6 0u.
SOUTHERN FLOUR-Is in moderate request at un?
changed prices, Sales were made of COO bbls at SlOa
$11 for fair ext?, and $1110al4 75 for good to choice
CALIFORNIA FLOUR-The market is not so active,
and prices are with difficulty maintained. 'Ihe sales
are 800 Backs at $l2al4.
CORK-There is but a moderate business doing,
and pr.ee? have declined fully 2o. Sales were mace
ol 64,000 bush at $119al 21 tor new Western mixed
afloat, closing at tho lower figure, and $118al 20%
tor old Western mixed afloat and in store.
OATS-the market is fairly active, but :it a shads
easier rates, i he receipts ai e 58.000 bush ; Western
at 80%c in store, and 87c afloat
COFFEE-J he mar* et for Blois quiet, but prices
are unchanged. We do sot Uara ol any sales of mo?
ment; 2750 bags Maracaibo, ex F al MorrjOles, wore
sold at 16%c, gold.
COTTON-t he market ii dull, and prices are easier
under the influence of adverse news/rom Europe.
There ht not very much offering and but a very lim?
ited demand, to tbat pr ces remain nominal. The
sa es are 1167 bales, of which 1952 are to ;r inners,
and 55 to speculators. We quote:
Florida. Mobile. N. O. Texas.
Ordinary.28 28% 28% 28%
GoodOr'n'r\.2t) 29% 29% 2J%
LowMidTng30 80% 30 J? 30%
Middling.31a31% 31^a3]% 31%o32 31^032%
GUNNIES.-There ore no sales to r-port; prices
HAY.-There isa steady marc et at 80a85c for ship?
ping, and tl 25al . 0 for retail qualities. Straw is
held ot former prices. We quote at 92c for long rye,
an4 70c for short do.
Mc LASSES,-There is more doing to-day, and with
a moderate stock prices are steadll ? held. We notice
sales of 150 hhds Porto Bico on private terms; 250
hhds Muscovado at 6aa5Cc, and 191 hhds. 21 tierces,
and 31 bbls B irbadoes at COc
NAVAL STORES.-Spirits T arrien tine \e lower; the
inquiry io moderate on! arrivals liberal; we qnote st
54o55c. Boc ins are dull at about former prices; 500
bbls strained common ore-noted sold; we quote
strained common at S3 z5a3 CO; good strained at
t3 35;No 2, $3 50J3 76; No 1 $4a$6.
.PROVISIONS-PORK-The market : s Cull; mess ls
lower, but the other kinda though weak are not quo
tably different We notice sales of 1600 bbls at $28
25a28 37 for new Western mr se, cash and recular
way, closing at $28 35; $28 60 tor job lots; $27 50a
27 75 for '60a'G7 mess; $23 62-24 12 for prince and
extra prime, and $25 for prune mess. The afternoon
market is steady; 250 lila were sold at $28 37%,
check Monday, and 260 bbls, regular, at 3.-8 37%.
BEEF-There is a moderate jobbing trade at un?
changed rates. Sales were mide of 23 J bbls ot Si 5a
20 CO fer plain Wettern mess, and $20 50a24 75 for
BEET HAMS-The market is dull at about former
rates. Siles were made ot 100 bbls at $36.
.MIDDLES-Ibero is but little doing. Pi ices are
steadily held. We do not l<urn c f any movement of
CUT MEATS-Are inactive to-day, but as the offer?
ings are light prices ore steadily held. Sales were
made of 170 pkgs at 17% al8c for hams in sweet
SMOKED MEATS-Ihe jobbing trade is light but
quotations are unaltered. We-quote shoulders at
15al 5 }-'c, and hams 18a20c plain, and 21a22c bagged.
LAUD-There ia a goodbusin?es doing, out at lower
prices; at the close holders were a Iittie stronser in
their views. Sales were made of 980 tee and bbls at
18>,al9c for No 1 to kettle rendered city; 18%al8%c
for No 1 Western; and 19al9%c tor steam rendered
and kettle dried do; and 19%c for kettle rendered do.
Also 250 tes for June delivery, sellera option, atl9%c.
BUTTER-The receipts are not so large, and with a
moderate cali prices are maintained; we quote State
at 40a42c, and Western at 48a50c
BICE-The market is inactive to-day; we do not
leam of any movement of importance.
SUOAR-The demand for raw continues to be ac?
tive and prices are in th*- sellers' favo ; we quote fair
toogood refining at ll%all%c, and No 12 box at
12%c. The sales are 2263 hhds at I0al2%c for Cuba,
13%c for Porto Bico, and 6S boxes Havana at ll%c
Ihe market tor refined U active and prices are well
sustained. We quote soft yellow at 14il5c, soft white
at 15%sl5%c, and crushed, powdered ana granulat?
ed at I6%c.
Consignees per Soatn Carolina Itali road,
110 bales Cotton. 21 bales Waste, 55 bales Domes?
tics. 819 sacks Grain, 187 bbls Clay. 43 bbls Naval
Stores. To Chisolm Bros. Goldsmith tt Son, G rai?
ser. Lee, smith ft Co, Thurston A Holmes, Bowie A
Moise, G W Williams & Co, G ? Pritcbett, E H Rod?
gers A Co. W C Courtney A Co, J A Quackeobush, P
Walsh, Bollmann Bros, Jeffords A Co. W Keach, J N
Robson. Clacius A Witto, West A Jones, O Gravely,
H Bischoff A Co. Elinck. WJckenbem A Co, Graber
A Martin, P Malkai, J ? login, W Matthieu)en, J M
Martin, Railroad Agent.
Consignees per Northeastern- Railroad,
48 bales Cotton, 07 bbls Naval Stores, boxes Ord?
nance, Mdze, Ac. To ES Andrews, G W Williams
A Co, J & J D Eirkpatrick, S L Howard A Bro. J R
Pringle, Major F H Parker, Graeser. Lee, Smith A
Co, i burston A Holmes. Z Davis, G H Hoppock,
G W Mciver, Eendah* ft Dockery, screven A Nisbet
Adams, Frost A Po, Ostendorff A Co, S D Stoney, F
Weybman, A A Goldsmttn A Co, Peter Christian, F
A Sawyer, Railroad Agent
Per steamship Vicksburg, from New York-Mrs G
Hendricks, G Eendricks, Master Hendricks, S F
Per steamer City Point, from Palatko, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs Zipple, H
G Thomas, E H Coleman, - Pendleton, Dr Nevins
and family, Mrs S L < ompbell, Mrs sawyer, J Mac?
beth and lady. Miss Johnson, E C Gormley, R Den?
ning. H M Howe, - Morris, - Kelly, R Shaw, and 8
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
W E Martin, lady and Fervant, Air . M C Johnston,
Mi-s M L Reeves. Mrs 9 Simons and two children.
Miss t winton. Major J Jenkins and lady, Mies L
Jerkins, Master W Jenkinp. M J Eding, F Heed. D.
Pope, Rev Plunger, Rev J R Dow, J C Dow, T C
Bailey. L J May, F A Barnett. Dr Cook, Rev John?
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Port of Charleston, May
Steamship Vicksburg, Burton, Now York-leit
Saturday, P M. Aldze. To Ravenel A Co, Railroad
Agents, J Apple, C N Averill A Son, C D Ahrens ft
Co, Aduns, Damon A Co, H F Baker & Co. Clacius A
Witte. W M Biid A Co, T W Bliss, J C Burckmyer. C
D Curr A Co, Jbarleston Courier. R A A P Caldwell,
G W Cl..rk A Co, Cohen. Hanckel A Co. Bowie A
Moise, J W Denny, Douglas A Miller, Ferguson A
Hohnca, B Feldman A Co, Goodrich, Winemon A Co,
W Gurney, O G olde tem, Histie, Calhoun A Co, N A
Hunt Holmes A Macbeth, Holmes' Book Store, Jen?
nings, Thomlinvon A Co, J Burkamp A Co, J Jara, J
P Kelp, Jeffords A Co, Kliock. wickenberg A Co, O
L Korn?hre us, H E latte A <'o, Knete A Chapman, C
Lilli en thal, A Kaum ann A ; chun dt, Lengnick A Sell,
Lanny A Alexander, J Marshall, Jr, W Marscher. c
Ojemann, Porcher A Henry, B b Rhett A Son, sten?
house A Co, G W Steffens A Co, Tobias' Sons, Wuhl
burn A sWIiog, J F Taylor A Co, W H Lutt, S Yea?
don, C O Witte, S H Wilson, Railway Agents, and
Steamer City Point, Adkins, Palatks, via Jackson
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Aiken A Co, G G Auston, Welch A Brandes, Southern
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Steamer st Helena, Boyle, Edisto and Rockville.
Mdze. To J H Murray, Fraser A Bill, 8 Bowe, T Y
Simmons, Cohen, Hanckel ft Co, Jen Clauseen,
Kanap&ux A Lanneau, and others.
IN THE OFFING.
A steamship, unknown.
British brig George, Crossley, Cart)orien,Cuba-Ris?
ley & Creighton.
Sehr Myrover, Hughes, New York.
Sehr T T Tasser, Allen, Philadelphia.
Sehr C E Raymond, Siggins, Boston.
From this Port.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, May 10.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York.
Sehr Rachel Vanneman, Vanneman, New York, May
Sehr Bens?aw, Wokefer, Baltimore, May IL
Scbr Menawn, Dissosway. New York, May 10.
.Sehr Samuel Eddy, Letts, New York, Msy 10.
The brig Roamer, from Georgetown, 8 C, for Bath,
Me, arrived at Holmes' H lo, Moy 8.
The sehr Helen M Condon, Condon, from George?
town, S C, for Deliast, arrived at Holmes' Hole,
The Behr Caroline Grant, Greenland, from Eliza?
beth po rt for Charleston, arrived at New York, May 9.
The sehr Carrie S Webb, Wcrthlngton, for George?
town, S C, cleared at New York, May 9.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT
The Eostham, Leach, sailed... :.March 17
The Dorothea, Plambeck, sailed.March 1
Sehr Laura Bridgman, Hort, cleared.April 30
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.May 9
behr Nellie Burgess, Burgees, up.April 20
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CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
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STJPEELNTENDLNT'S .OFFICE, .1
COLUMBIA. S. C., March 31,1868. J
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE TRAINS-'
over this Road will run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.A00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at. . .11.00P. M..
Leave Charlotte at..11.35P.M.
Amye atCo'.umbiaat......6.00 A M._
Passengers taking this route, going North make ?
close oTOoections ot Greensboro', Weldon and Ports?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
aHr-Ticketa optional from Grernsboro', either via.
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either -
via Bay Une or Annameaoc Route. Baggage checked
Connections made both ways with trains bf the
Greenville and columbia Railroad.
CALEB ? OUENTGHT,
Atril 2 Superintendent.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. N. E. E. E., \
CHARLESTON, May 9, 1868. f
ON AND APTER TUESDAY. THE 13TH DISTANT,.
double daily Mail and Passenger Trains win be
run on this Road, according to the foUowmg ache- -
Leave Charleston.5.00 ryii.
Arrive at florence.10.80 PTM...
Leave Florence.3.30 A M.
Arrive at Charleston...;.9.C0 A M.
Leave Charleston.6.00 A M..
Arrive at Florence.1.15 P. M.
Leave Florence.11.80 AM.
Ai rive at Charleston.8.30 P. M..
The Accommodation Train will not run on Star
Passengers for the Cheraw and Darlington Road
wul take the Accommodation Train.
S. tm SOLOMON 9, Eup't.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE CHE?
RAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
CHERAW, May 9,1868.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, THE 12m INST.,
the following schedule will be run by the
Trains on this Road daily, except Sundays:
Leave Florence 2.15 P. M. Arrive at Cheraw 6.15 P.
Leave Cheraw 8 00 A. M. Arrive at Florence 11.00
These Trains make direct connections with the
Trams for cheleston and for Kingsville.
PassenerTd for wilmington reach Florence at ll
A M., and leave at 2 P. M.
S. 8. SOLOMONS, .
as-Florence, Darlington, Benne tts viDe, Cheraw
and Wadesbaro' t apers copy for one month.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
ROAD-SfHM EE SCHEDULE
8AVANNAH A CHARLESTON RAILROAD CO.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., April 22,1863.
ON AND APTER SATURDAY, TBE 2n MAY,
the fol owing Schedule wjU go into operation:.
Leave Charleston Tuesday!, Thursdays and Satur?
days, at 0.30 A.M. Arrive at Ccosawhatchie ll.SC
A. M. < ' .
Returning, leave Ccosawhatchie on the same day
at 12.00 M. Arrive at Charleston 6.00 V. M.
Hack Lanes connect with Railroad at Jackson ville
for Wal ter boro' ; Yemassee i or Beaufort. ^
C. S. GADSDEN, /
April 24 8mwf6_Enalneer and Mjgt
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 26, 18fi8. I
ON AND AFTER SUI'DAY, MARCH 29TH. THE
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina
Railroad wiU run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 AM..
Arrive at augusta.:.8.80 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Mont, ornery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Grand Junction. .' '
Leave Charleston.6.90 A V.
Arrive at Columbia.3.50 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester. Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Leave Augusta..6.00 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.6 00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.80 P. H.
Arrive at Augusta.6.45 A M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nash ville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.t.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT hEPBESS.
Leave Charleston.5.40 A M.
Arrive at Columoia.6.20 A. M>
Connecting/sundays excited) with Greenville ana
COIUT bia Railroad.
Leave Columbia.6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A M.
8' MMERVILLE I RAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive ot Summerville.5.16 ?. tl.
Leave Summerville.s.7.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..:>.$.35 A M.
CAMDEN BRANCH. .
On Mondays, Wednesdays and SaSsirdays.
Leavo Ringville..2.2U P. M.
Arri.eat Camden.COOP. M.
Leave Camden.5.10 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.7.?0 A M.
(Signed) B. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent,
TTJST RECEI VE D
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
JVo. 131 MEETING-STREET,
VICHY GBANDE GBILLE
KISSINGEN BITTES WATER,
In Original Packages.
QEOBGJS B. GAIT II t? K, JR., & CO.,
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 4 Camden-? treet, Baltimore.
Liberal Mah advances on consignments.
April 20 2010