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THE DAILY NEWS.
A Hew Poem.
BT OWEN MEREDITH.
The new volume of poems by Owen Meredith, just
published, is highly praised by the English ci iocs.
It opens with tales from Herodotus. Of these the
moot beautiful is "Gyges and Candaulee." The old
legend is amplified and adorned ,and receives a color?
ing of modern feeling, especially in the stanzas where
the Indignation of the insulted Queen is described.
We copy the stanzas that relate how Gyges waited,
against his will, concealed in the royal bed-chamber,
for the Queen's approach :
Meanwhile, the music ont of distant halls
Hummed like the inland sound of hid sea-shore;
And ghostly laughter.' lapsed at intervals
Along the faint-lit, cold-walled corridors;
And portals oped and shut, and then footfalls
That wandered near, and, over other floors
To other silence, wandered off again,
Xeptup continuai throbbing m his brain.
At length, deep-down the opposing gallery,
From ont the long-drawn darkness flashed a light;
And, peering from his purple privacy.
He spied, with re l gold bound and robed in white,
Sole as the first star in a sleepy sky.
That, while men watch it, grows more large and
The slow queen sweeping down the lucid floor,
And in her hand a silver lamp she bore.
? . ? . * *
Anon, she entered, and her lamp down laid
By the smooth-metalled mirror, and awhile
Stood, slanting low the glory of her head,
And dipped her fpH face In lis own warm smile;
Then looked she sidelong through one loosened
' Of her rich hair, as though ehe would beguile
Some love-sick spirit on the air to linger.
Twining a gold curl round her glowing,finger.
. But soon abe an that talsted gold outahook,
TIE over either abtning shoulder streamed
The hidden splendor, and began to unhook
' From those white slopes the buckled gems that
Peep in tbs mirror's kindling dark, which took
Her mellow image to itself and gleamed
With soft surprises, and grew bright and warm
With tv e delicious phantom of her lorin.
Her Gyges watched, as on? that helpless hears
' The cataract call him downward. His heart mode
Such passionate pealing innis fluttered ears,
That by his fear he feared to be betrayed.
And, bat that ever greater with his fears
His raptures grew, he had not so long stayed;
But, having stayed so long, he still must stay
And, having looked, he may not look away.
The Queen discovers him, by his ''groaning out?
right," in the heat of his bewildered heart, and flies,
with wrath and shame, to-seek the shelter of theroy
al?ouch. Gyges rushes from the chamber:
AR.down the hallow gallery, after him
The land stones shouted at his heels-behind
The unseen Fury, sailing fast through dhu
I And dreadful space, breathes like a burning wind
Caen hia hair; swift fire lu every limb
Seethed np and down; night's blackness broke and
AB round with restless eddying of the glare
Ofthat strong vision, flooding the hot air.
.' Th? nert morning Gyges is compelled io face the
insulted Queen, to whom he relates bow the King
had ramired this shameful thing of him; and, as In
the old lanena, ah? requires him to slay Candaulcs
and marry her, or submit himself to death with ber.
Gyges pitiers to hill the King. He exclaims:
But might the han* of this dear debt be paid
By hecatombs of lives .nd seas of gore,
And had the King-a thousand lives "tr? loee.
( To reach thee through them an I still must choose I
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The Charleston Money Market.
THUBSDAY, May 14, 1868.
Business dining the week has been dull, but there
are some few quotable changes to notice. State
bonds and stocks, 8outh Carolina railroad abares and
bonds, are decidedly Armer and higher, and holders
look forward to still better pnces. Money bas been
moderately easy, and the line of deposits at the bank
bas been higa.
SOOTHES* BAKK BILLS.
Bank of camden.25 @00
Bank of Charleston.24 @U0
Bank of Chester.9 @00
Bank of Georgetown.?.8 (300
Bank of Hamburg.12 @00
Bank of Newberry.3? ?00
Bank of South Carolina.10 @00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.12 @00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.'..1 ?00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 ?00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charlpston.00 @00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.8 ?00
People's Bank, Charleston.45 ($00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield. .4 ?00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank, Charleston. 19 @00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Bailroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank, Charleston. 4 ?Og
Union Bank, Charleston.82 ($00
City of Charleston Change Bills.97 @00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.75 ?78
BONDS. STOCKS AHD COUPONS.
Georgia State Coupons.00 ?80
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old)... 76 (380
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (new).67 @70
City of Memphis Coupons.60 ?00
dry of Memphis Bonds.47 ?00
City of Colombia Bonds.30 (335
City of Columbia Coupons.85 ?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock..?2 ?32%
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent Bonds.64 ?65
S. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent B'ds.69 ?70
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.50 ?52
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock_40 ?42
Ci?' of Charleston Certificate of Indebted
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.50 ?00
St .to of South Carolina Booda (old).48 ?50
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January 1,1867).45 @47
State Of South Carolina Stock.45 ?47
State of South Carolina Coupons.00 ?42
People's National Bank Stock.90 ?92
First National Bank Stock.90 ?92
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.70 ?00
Northeastern K.P.. 1st Coupons (post due|.47 ?48
Northeastern K.R. Certificates of Indebted?
Charleston Gos Company Stock.17 ?17%
Charleston City Railway Stock.? ... .00 @51
Charleston and Savannah Railroad .Bonds
(State guarantee).38 ?40
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 ?00
Ci ty of Savannah Bonds.74 ? 76
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to lei June, 1866).95 ?00
City of Savannah Coupons (due ofter 1st
June, 1866). .95 ?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .48 ?50
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.?0 ?82
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .93 ?94
THE CHARLESTON MAKKET.
[FOB THE WEEK ENDEST. THUBSDAY, MAT 14.]
COTTON.-Ibis article has had a steady tendency
to lower rates most of the week, with very limited
transactions, and buyers were generally holding off
waiting further developments. This condition of tho
market had Its origin largely In the disposition of
the English manufacturers to work short time, to
the shipment of fair supplies from India, and an in?
creasing confidence that the amount of the staple to
come forward will bo sufficient to meet the demand.
The course of prices in the leading markets during
the week were as follows, say at Liverpool, where
they commenced at T2%d for middling upland, fell
off to 12%aT3%d, 12al2%d. ll%al2 ;, and were quot?
ed yesterday at-d ? lb for this quality; while at
New York in the same time they began at 31%aS2c,
declined to 3la31%, 31,30 and 29%a30o $ Bi for New
York middling, and closed yesterday rather firmer
at80a30%o ? tts, and in this market middling up?
land opened at 3ia3l%, receded to 30% and 30, and
closed yesterday at 29 J,'a30c 9 lb for middling up?
land. The arrivais at thia port show a regular decline,
and have been 3 bales >f sea Islands and Floridas,
and 779 bales of uplands, against 69 bales or sea isl?
ands and Floridas and 1600 bales of uplands the
week beforehand 35 bales of sea Islands and Flori?
das and 1501 bales ot uplands for the corresponding
week last year. The following statement which we
submit will show the transactions and prices in this
market since oar last weekly report :
On Friday, May 8 th, the staple had a lower ten?
dency, and some factors accepted 29c for good ordi?
nary, and 31c for strict middling; but sellers gene?
rally dechoed these rates, and the article dosed un?
settled and nominal. Sales 158 bales; quotations
On Saturday, the inquiry was v.>ry light, tho mar?
ket being much depressed. Sales near 100 bales; or
di nary td good ordinary bein g quoted at 27a29. low
middling 29%, middling 30%, and strict middling
Sic per $ lb.
On Monday, the staple was easier. Sales 300 bales;
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 2 7a29, low
middling at 39%, middling at 30c, aid strict mid
ri Un g nominal.
Un Tuesday, buyers were generally out of the mar?
ket in consequence of tho declining character of the
leading markets. Sales only 10 bales at 30c per Itv
On Wednesday, the artice continued dull with an
ab sen ce of inquiry. Bales 62 bales of low middlings
st 29o per Os.
Yesterday, the market waa quiet Sales 78 bales;
say 9 at 27, 2 at 28. 7 at 28%, 36 at 29, 25 at 29Jic We
quote somewhat nominally:
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.37 @28%
Low Middling.29 ?
& Isl'd. Upl'd. Ric.
Stock on hand Sept. L1867.. 182 810 180
Received this week. 3 779 252
Received previously. 8950 229269 18819
9136 230868 19251
Exports- 8. It'd. Up'd, Rue.
This week.. 65 30? 207
Previously. 8894 220965 16237
8959 221274 18944
Total export and consumption.. 8969 221274 18944
Lesa stock on shipboard. 116 2672
Aetual stock on hand. 61
HA MT. TIME LAST TEA E.
Stock on band Sept 1, 1866. 235
Received this week. 35
16268 132667 11501
Exports- S. I'd Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 633 4281 23
Previously. 14416 123410 9417
15048 127691 9440
Total exports.16048 127C91 I?: .fl
Stock on hand and on shipboard 220 4976 2061
SSA ISLAND COTTON.-The absence of stock and
receipts gav thc market a most restricted character,
and the transactions are confined toan occasional
sale of a limited lot The operations for the week
h .ve been about 20 boles of sea islands and Floridas,
arnon; wh<ch we note 10 bales of Floridas at 73c. f? ,
Ib., and 1 do. sea island at 80c. fl tts. We continue
previous quotations nominally-say Floridas, com?
mon quality, at 50@60c. ft lb. ; medium 65a75c ; fine
80@90c fl Rs., and upwards for choice lota. Sea
islands may be quoted at 25@40c fl tts. for stained,
55?C5 for Inferior, 80c.@$l 10 for fine, and $120?
1 60 9 tts. and upwards for extra choice lots.
RICE.-The arrivals of this grain have been a
shipment of 77 tierces of Carolina clean from
Georgetown, S. C. lhere is a firmer feeling in the
market caused by the light stock, and some specula?
tive inquiry at the Ncrth based on the limited sup?
plies of both Range on and Carolina. Factors are, in
consequence, generally unwilling to pound their
stocks of rough at the mills unless a price in the
vicinity of Ile. ft lt?, is offered. We note eales of
about 100 tierces of clean Carolina, say 6 tierces at
10%c. fi tts., 44 do. atl0 7-16c. fl tts., SO tierces at
10%& fi tts., and 7 tierces at 10%c. fi tts. We quote
common to fair at 9%@10%c. fi lb; good 10%@10%c
and common prime at 10??c. fl tts., with an up?
NAVAL STORES.-There have been received dur?
ing the week about 300 barrels spirits, 600 barrels
rosin, and 300 barr?la crude turpentine. The spirits
waa sold at 43@45c fi gallon, but closed firmer, and
higher figures wrro demanded. The rosin wis dis?
posed of at $2 50 fl burrel for No. 2, S3@$4 fi barrel
for No. 1, and $5@S6 50 fl barrel for pale. There
were no recel-,-ts of extra quality. Crude turpentine
changed hand.-, ot $4 fl barrel for virgin and 83 fl
barrel for yellow dip.
H AY.-The only arrival during the week was a
small shipment of North River quality. We note
sales of 135 bales of this description at il 20 ^ hun?
dred. The demand continues very limited.
CORN.-The arrivals from Tennessee by rall is In
good supply and are the only qualities now being re?
ceived. There is a moderate inquiry, and prices
have continued during the week without important
alteration, and we quote Tennessee descriptions at
$115? ?118 9 bushel, weight, baps included, by
the car load from the depot, according to the quality
of the article and size of lot.
OATS.-There have leen no receipts of this grain
during the week, and the limited transactions have
been confined to the retail trade.
FLOUR.-This article continues in moderate stock
of Northern and Western brands. Purchasers are
generally operating lightly, expecting new Southern
in a few weeks. The ar?cl?; has become somewhat
easier during the week in some grades, and we
quote Northern and Western super at $1100 fl bbl;
Northern and Western extra at Sil 50?12 50 fi bbl,
and family at $13 50@14 00 fi bbl.
BACON.-The demand for this article continues
very restricted, wiih a very moderato stock. Prices,
were firm eluting the first of the wrek, but after?
wards had a lower tendency in consequence of a
weakening of rates lu the West We quote primo
shoulders ai 15% cents ft tts., prime rib sides at
18 cents fl'tts., and prime clear rib aides at 18%
cents fl tts. Prime strips are selling at 18%@19
cents fl Bs. Second quality shoulders may be quoted
at 14 cents ft lb.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-Messt s. Risley t
Creighton have received a cargo of sugar and mo?
lasses from Matanzas, ex-schooner Malvina Jane, and
and we note sales of 66 hhds grocery sugars at 12%
cents fi tts. cash, 34 hhds grocery sugars at 12%@13
cents fl tts. cash and thirty days. Clayed molasses in
hhds sold at 48@50 cents fl gallon cash and thirty
SALT.-There have been no receipts of this arti?
cle during the week. Holders, from store, are asking
$1 60(31 80 fi sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market continues very
quiet, and our quotations are somewhat nominal. Wo
quoto large lots et-, cash. New York gunny cloth
is held at 22@24c. Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1%
Bis. to the yard, ia held at 30@35 cents. Sea island
bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. to the yard, ls held
at G0(s 6 j cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the usc of iron dos
the demand for rope is very light and prices irregu?
lar, and somewhat nominal at quotations. We quote
hemp at 8@12 cents ft tts.; greenlea! at 12@13
cents, and jute at 8%?9 cents fi tts.
IRON BANDS \ND ILES for cotton are coming
into use. and Dnxox's Universal Tie, Wu. ROACH,
Agent, the Arrow Tie, R. Munn & Co., Agents, the
BEARD'S Tie, GEOBGE W. WILLIAMS & Co., Agents,
and tho WALLEY Buckle Tie, STREET BROTHERS &
Co., Agents, and GOULD t MCINTIEE'S Tic, WILLIS &
CHIEOLH, Agents, and the FASSMAS'S Tie, R. M. BUT?
LER Agent, are offered m this market at 10@10%
cents 9 tts.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a mode rate
stock of this article, and we quote river floor?
ing boards at $13 ft M.; scantling and plank
$10@12 fl M.; timber of shipping and good mill
qualities there is a light snpply on thc market
and may be quoted at Sll@12 fi M. Common is
selling at S6@S fi M ; and city sawed lumber a
$20? ?5 fl M.
FREIGHTS-To most points are dull and nomi?
nal To Liverpool, j.d. on upland and %d
on sea islands. To Havre nominal. To tho West
Indies but little offering at S7@S8 gold, fi M on
lumber, for north side of Cuba, sud $9@$10 fi M.,
gold, for south side, with the privilege of changing
ports. Coastwise-To New York by steam, 5150 $
bale on upland, and -c. on sea islands, 75c. fl
tierce on rice; by sail, somewhat nominal fl tts on up?
lands, and -c. ft tierce on rice. To Boston hy
steam, -c. fl rfc. on cotton and -c fi tierce on
rice; by sail -c. fl tts. on cotton. To Philadel?
phia, %c. fl tts. on upland cotton by steam,
and -c. fl tts. by sall. To Baltimore, by steam,
Meiari. COURTENAY A: TBZNHOLM'S rates are by
their steam line SI 60 fi bale on cotton; SI f)
tierce on rice, S4 fi ton on phosphates (say 2000
pounds) If in packages, and by special arrangement
if in i-ulk; SC per ll on lumber; 10c. fi bushel on
wheat in sack*. By this route to Philadelphia, $2
ft bale on cotton; $1 50 fi tierce on rice; $6 ft M.
on phosphates, in packages. To Louisville, (Ey.,)
75c fi hundred on rice. To Cincinnati 55c.fi hun?
dred on rice. To St. Louis 85c. fi hundred
on rice. On lumber, by sail, to New York Phila?
delphia and Baltimore, at S7?8 ft M., and on
timber $9@10 fi M. nominal
EXCHANGE-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 152 for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York at % discount, 5 days %
discount, 10 and 15 days % discount, 20 and 25 days
1 fs c. discount, 30 days 1% discount They are sell?
ing sight checks at % premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
40 and selling at 41.
LrvzBFOOL, MAT 14-Noon -Cotton opens firm;
estimated sales 10,000 bales. Breadstuffs and pro?
visions quiet and unchanged.
2 P.M.-Cotton more active; prices unchanged.
Sales 12,000 bales. Bed wheat 14s 2d. Pork firmer
at 84s. Lard dull. Common Rosin 6s 3d Turp?n,
tine Sis 6d. Others unchanged.
HAVANA, May 14.-Sugar dull, with a stiff disposi?
tion ou the part of holders. Sterling 10%. United
States currency Sic discount
NEW YORE, May 14-Noon.-Cotton opens a shade
finner; middlings 30a30%c. Freights dull Gold
140. Sterling 10%. Turpentine 59.*. Rosin steady,
common strained S3 25.
Evening-Cotton moderately active and %al cent
better; uplands 30%a31c Sales 1400 bales. Flour
irregular, but rather more doing in Southern brands.
Corn a shade easier; mixed Western $116%al 18.
Pork $20 40. Lard firmer, 18%al9. Groceries quiet
and firm. Turpentine 59a60cte. Rosin $3 25a7 00.
Freights lower on grain. Governments steady; '62
coupons 106% ; sterling dull, 110%. Gold firm at
139%. North Carolina bonds 66.
BALTIMORE, May 14.-Cotton doll and norn nally
30c Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat dull, Ma?
ryland 3 to 5c lower. Corn dall; whiie SI 12al 17;
yellow SI 22. Western oats 87a88c Provisions un?
WILMINGTON, May 14.-Turpentine advanced to
49%o50c. Rosin in good demand; strained $2 35;
No 2 $2 42%, No 1 $4 50, pale $5 50a8 50. Tor firm at
AUGUSTA, May 14.-Nothing doing in cotton. Nom?
SAVANNAH, Mav 14.-Cotton firm but quiet; hold?
ers asking Sic Receipts 505 bales; for the week
2243; exports to Liverpool 7C20; coastwise 2094;
stock--ea islands 249. uplands 6552 bales.
MOBILE, May 14.-Market closed firm; sales 150
bales; middlings 28a29%c; receipts 37; exports 356.
NEW ORLEANS, May 14.-Cotton quiet; middlings
29%a30c; sales500bales; receipts 349 bales. Sugar
Brm and unchanged. Molasses firmer; Cuba 50a5tic
Sterling 152al65. Gold 141.
CINCINNATI, May 14.-Flour unchanged. Crr
arm 90*52c. Meas pork $28; shoulders 13%c clear
sides 17a Lard 18%a
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WILMINGTON. May 13.-TraPErrrNi-Market
steady; sales of 188 bbls, at $4 for Virgin, $3 26 for
yellow dip, and $2 for hard, fl 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-The sales to-day aro 122 bbls
at 49c, 13 do at 48c, 319 do at 48%c, and 86 do (on
Etupboard) at 48%e fl gallon.
hosxK-Is in moderate request. Sales of 577 bbls
at $2 37% for strained and No 2, $2 40a2 60 tor No 2,
$2 75 for Nos 1 atid 2, $4 for No 1, S6a650 for pale,
$8a4 50 for window glass, and 32 bbls at Siofor
TAH-No receipts or sales reported.
HAT-162 bales Northern received and sold st 90o
fl 100 lbs.
BALTIMORE, May 12.-COPEXE- Our market re
mams Inactive; only sale yesterday wvs 200 bags
Rio, late io the day, at 8%c, gold-in bond, for com?
mon; nothing reported to-day; holders are finn, but
priors can only be regarded nominal in the absence
COTTON-The cable still quotes lower prices at Liv?
erpool; closing tales to-day were at H%al2d on the
spot, and U%d afloat Our market continues de?
pressed; sales to-day 150 bales, comprised of good
ordinary and low middling at 28c, and middling at
FLOUR-Northwestern U offered very freely, and
?t prices favoring buyers. We note sales to-day of
200 bbls low grade extra at SlOalO 50; 200 bbls choice
do $1125; 800 bbls good to choice Western and How?
ard-street winter extras, for retail trade, at S12al3, as
to quality. There ia little or i no inquiry for ship?
ment except for spring wheat extra. Nothing re?
ported in either city mills or Howard-street for ex?
port. Bye flour is dull and lower. Corn meal is
G KAIN-The offerings of wheat continues small,
only 430 bushels white and 17i 0 bushels red report?
ed on 'Change to-day; market dull, with small sales
of Maryland red rangiri tr, as to quality, from $2 40 to
3, outside for choice; no sales of white. Corn-Re?
ceipts 6330 bushels white and 900 bushels only of
yellow; market fell oft 2c on white; yellow was better
maintained; wo note sales of 5000 bushels good and
prime dry white at $114al 15; 250 bushels ordinary
$113; 227 bushels damaged SI 08; of yellow 750 bush?
els primo at $1 22al 24; 1806 bushels do $1 22. Oats
2G0O bushels offered; 760 bushels Maryland soldat
90c, and 300 bushels Western at 86a Rye-650 bush?
els received; market dull; only salo reported 100
bushels at $190.
MOLASSES-Stock small, and prime trade goods
very scarce; wo reporta sale 6f 30 hhds Porto Rico
at 73c, 60 days; other quotations as before.
NAVAL STORES.-Spirits turpentine, which had
fallon to 65 cents on Saturday, has reacted, and to?
day is held at 58 cents ; Biles small. Wo hoar of
nothing worthy of note in rosin.
PROVISIONS.-The market continues inactivo; bu?
siness confined to retail demand for bacon, for
which prices are steady, viz: For shoulders 14%c;
rib sides 17c; clear rib 17%c; hams, sugar cured, 20a
22%a is to quality and fancy. Hulk meats are held
out of the market-no inquiry from buyers; mess
pork we quote at $29 50a$3O for large and small lots;
prime mess $2?; rump $24 50. Lard 20a20%c for
Western tierces; stocks of all descriptions of the
hoff product romparofrivoly light and held with a
good degree of confide ce, notwithstanding thc
pr- Rent dullness of the market.
BICK.-Bangoon is wanted in bond, for export, but
none here: Carolina ie quiet at last quotations-lia
11% eta por 11.
SUGARS.-With light imports and reduced stocks,
the market is steadily maintained. We note sales
ot 30 hhds Demeroro, for refining, at ll%cts; 18 hhds
Porto Bico, no prices given-cargo of brig Dearborn;
quotations are unchanged.
tx por ts of Klee, Naval Stores and Lwn
ber from tho Port of Charleston, J rom
September 1, 1867, to May 14, 1868.
N. STORES. I LUMBER.
Wilmington, N. C.
Other D. 8. Ports..,
* ' iorca & a Market
gagna La Grande.
St Jago de Cuba.
Halifax, N 8.
St Johns, N B_
15,444 j 33,9431 10,255,585
Comparative Exports of Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain.
Other rrench Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Burope.
.- on th of Europe.
West Indies, 4c.
Total Foreign Porta..
Rhode Island, kc.
Baltimore and Nor oik...
New Orleans, kc.
Other United States Ports
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
212 bales Cotton, 37 bales Yarn, 78 bundles Paper,
679 sacks Grain, 164 bbls Naval Stores, 4 cars Lum?
ber, 2 cars Wood. To J C H Claussen, O Reedrr, H
Bischoff & Co, Goldsmith k Sou, Adams, Frost k Co,
Mantouo & Co, J Adger k Co, T H & W Dewoes, J C
Mallonee, E Welling, Wharton k Fetsch, J DeWire.
H E Grainger, Chafee At Co, G H Walter 4 Co, T J
Kerr k Co, E H Rodgers k Co, Bollmann Bros, J N
Robson, G Foll?n, L Lorentz, J Jara, Crane, Boyles
ton k Co, West k Jones, J ic F Dawson, Railroad
Agent. . j
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
97 bbls Naval Stores, cars Stock, boxes Vegetables,
Mdze, Ac. To E D Andrews, 8 L Howard * Bro, G
B Hoppock,' J H Keils, 3 Kelly, W M Tobiaa, Risley
k Creighton, W B Davis st Co, H W Kinsman, G E
Pritohett, Mazyck Bros, 8 D Stoney, G W Wilhams
k Co, W C L?tkes & Co, A A Goldsmith & Co, F A
Sawyer, and Railroad Agent
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAG ff INO, fl yara
BALE ROPE, fl lb-Manilla
BREAD, fi lb
BRICKS, fl M.
BRAN, fl 100 lbs.
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary..
Middling to Strict Middling.
CANDLES, ^ lb-Sperm.
COFFEE, fl lb-Bio.
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla.|
CORN MEAL, fl bbl.
COAL, fl ton-Anthracite.
COPPER. * tts-Sheet.
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phoi
Double Refined Poudre tte......
27 @ 28%
29 @ -
- ? -
35 ? 1.5C
28 ? -
22 @ 23
19 ? 20
20 ? 26
2S ? -
35 ? 40
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL, fl ton-Anthracite. - ? -
COPPER, 9 ft-Sheet. 68 ? -60
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phar. 6?. 00 ? -
Potato Fertilizer. 50.00 @ -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 ? -
Bone Flour. 66.00 ? -
Double Beflned Pcndrette....... 30.00 ? -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 ? -
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 75.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano. 56.00 ? -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lb s... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate, f> 2000 lbs... 65.00 @ -
Mape8'SuperPhosphate,fl 2000 ft 65.00 ? -
Zea's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.U0 ? -
Zell's 8upcr Phosphate o? Lime.. 65.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..-. 65.00 ? 00
PISS-Cod, fl 100 fte. 7.00 @ 9.60
Herring, fl box. 40 ? 00
Mackerel, No. 1, fi hali bbl.10.60 ?ll
Mackerel, Na 2, fl half bbl. 9... ? -
Mackerel, No. 3, fl bbL. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1; by kit?. J.75 @ -
No. 2. - fo> -
No. 8. - ?
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxen.. 23 ? 23
Halt boxes 48 ? 60
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.11.00 ? .
Northern and Western Extra.11.60 ?12.50
Baltimore Extra.18.00 @ -
FBD7rS^-Prunes, fl ft. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. - ? -
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 40
Balsins, M. E., fl box. 4.00 ? 5.00
Raisins, Layer. 5.00 ?6.60
Oranges. - ?
; Lemons, fi box.16.00 ?17.00
GLASS, fl box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 5.60 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.60
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, fl bushel. - ? -
Western Oats, fl bushel. - (9) -
Corn, fl bushel....;. 1.15 ?1.18
Beans, fl bushel..12.00 fa 3.00
BLAY, fl cwt-North River.| 1.20 ? -
Eastern.I - @ -
HIDES-Dry, fl ft. 10 (a) 12
INDIGO-Q ft. 1.00 ? 1.76
IRON-Refined, fl ft. 06%? 06
Swede.i. 08 ? 09
LATHS, fl M. 4.CO ? 4.50
LIMEShdO, fl bbl. - ? -
South Carolina, in bois.. 1.60 & -
Bockport, lu bulk.I 1.26 ? -
Cement. 2.75 (A 3.00
Plaster Paris. . 4.00 ?4.60
i UMBER, fl M. leet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality. 50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run. 38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine.... 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.12.00 (??15.00
Grooved an J Tongued.... 28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, ft ft. - ? -,
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba. 48 ? 5J
Muscovado. 60 ? 53
Sugar House. 60 @ 1.00
New Orleans. - Cai -
NA VAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar.... - ? -
Piten.I - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 5.00 (gi 6.50
Rosin, No. 1.".. 3.00 ?4.00
Rosin, No. 2. 2.60 ? -
Rosin, No. 3. - > -
Spirits Turpentine, fi call?n. 43 ? 46
Oanm. 3? a. 16 ft -
yA/LS-Amerlcan, l@20d, fi keg.. 5.60 ? 7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
kithing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, fl ft.1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes..;. 12 ? 16
OJ LS-Lard, fl gallon. 1.35 ?1.40%
Linseed, fl gallon. 1.20 ? 1.30
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon..>. 2.75 ? 3.00
Cotton Seed, fi gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. I.), ft gallon. 3.00 (?> -
Ouve, fl dozen.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, $ gallon. 62 ? 54
Benzine, fl etalon.:| 60 (al -
PROVISIONS-Beet, mess, fi bbl.|24.00 ?26.OU
Beef, prime.114.00 ?15.00
Pora, mee*. - ta -
Bump. - ? -
Bacon, Horns, fl ft. 22 . ty 23
Bacon, Sides. 18 ? 18%
Bacon. Shoulders. 16%<?D -
Bacon, Strips. - co) -
Lard, in keg. - @ -
Butter. 40 @ 55
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, ft bbl. 4.00 ? 5.00
Onions. 6.00 ? -
Apples. 6.00 te) 8.00
PA/ATr^-White Lead, fl ft. 10 ? 16
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White. 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 ? -
RICE- Carolina, fl ft. 9%@ 10%
East India. - ? _
SLATES- .American, fl square.12.50 (ai -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 ? 8.00
White Pine, first quality.12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fi Back.. 1.60 ?1.80
Liverpool, fine. - ?cs -
SOAP- Bar, fl ft. ll ? 16
STARCH, fl ft. 10 ? 12
SPICES, fl ft-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Pepper.:. 40 ? -
Pimento. .40 ? 50%
Race Gunter. SO ta -
SPIRITS, fi gallon-Alcohol. 6.0U ?6.00
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 ?5.00
Gin, American. 3.60 & 3.76
Bum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Bum, N. E. 2.60 ? 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon... 3.00 ? 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUGAR, fl ft-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 y 18
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. 16%? 17
Loaf. 18 fa) 19
Porto Rico.?.. 14 & 16
M usc ovar" . 13 & 15
SE0A2?SDom'icmanu'ture,fiM. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, fi ft-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
TOBACCO, fl ft, as per quality_ 40 ? 1.50
TIMBER-Hevm Timber-Y.Pine.. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash.f. - ? -
Poplar. -(g) -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-IC Booting Plate.15.00 ? -
IX Roofing Plate.|17.00 ? -
IC Tin Plate' 10x14.15.50 ? -
IX Tin Plato 0x14.17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.50 ? -
Block Tin, fl ft. 40 ? -
TWINE-Cotton, fl ft. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 @ -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 (a) -
FAifiVYSfl'-Bright fl gallon. 25 ? _
Paxaflne. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wine, fl gallon. 60 ?
Cider. SO ? -
French. 1.00 ? 1.25
WINE, fl gallon-Port. 2.50 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 6.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 5.00
Claret, fi case. 5.00 ?13.60
Champagne, fl basket. 25.00 ?30.00
tcxport* ibr ?ES Week ending Tlxaraaavy,
CA IB A BIEN, CUBA-Por Britith trig George-67,
420 feet Pine Lumber.
BOSTON-Per sehr C E Raymond-174 bales Upland
Cotton, 235 bbls 'I urpentme. 84 loose Hides, 70
balea Rags, 50 boxes claret, 263 tons Iron, and 4
Ni. W YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-71 bales Cot?
ton, 70 bales Domestics, 132 berces Rice, 13 sacks
? lour, 344 packages Vegetables, 32 boxes Ma?
chinery, 01 casks Clay, 500 bbls Rosin, 45 bun?
dles Paper, 3 rolls Leather, 4 boxes Wine, 33
PackagoH, and 84 empty Barrels.Per steam?
ship Charleston-10 bags ?ea Island and 57 bales
Upland Cotton, 65 tierces Bice, 411 boxes Peas,
16 bbls Rosin, 45 bales Yarn, 38 crates Vegeta?
bles, 35 pieces Lignum Vita, and 31 packages
.Per steamship Mun tatton-65 bags S land
7 bales Upland Cotton, 20 tierces Rice, 80 bbls
Rosin, 62 bags Cotton Seed, 188 bales Domestics
and Tarn, 40 packages Sundries, 160 packages
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Thomas T Tasker-209,
783 feet Yellow Pine Lumbe.-.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-W H P |
Gliden, Mrs M Nichols, J F Burke, J H Burke, Miss
Annie Budd, Mrs J B Berry and son, H H Markley ,
and lady, E J Smith and lady, Mrs J Corses, Miss
Jessie Markley, A J Cordes, J C Markley a. id lady, F
S Walker, lady, four children and servant C A -lill, J
Getty, Miss C Zerbst, J T Uuckeliord, A Hobbrock,
A Lepp, J Christom, Mrs M M Campbell, isa i amp
bell, Mrs Zeppe and two children. J & Thom.on and
son. Miss XcJohnson, J Wolchney, W (I Hawkins,
w H atadura
SU amer Fannie, Peck, Savannah, via Beaufort,
Hilton Head and Bluflton. 2 balea Cotton, and
Mdze. To J Ferguson, Hopkins, McPherson & Co,
W N Hcyward, E M Seabrook, Bavenel k Co, W H
Harrison, F Eres sel B W McTureoua. C S Edwards,
Port of* Charleston, May 15_
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 83 bbls
Bice. To W C Bee A Co.
Per steamer Fannie, from Savannah via Beaufort,
Hilton Head and Bluffton-J H hates, W A Bryant,
W H Dunning and lady, E Ham, P Pritchard, Mrs J
P Carroll and lady, C H Banks, E M Seabrook, Miss
E Carroll, C J Colcock, W G Allen, J Kavanaugh, I
Young, Mi"s P Hamilton, J Mount and child, E Ed?
wards and lady, A B Woodward, M P Easterbrook, C
S Edwards, P A Scott, Mrs G Wells, N B Edwards, M
R Forey, Major B E Perkins, Mrs W W Marpler, W
H Harrison, Miss E A Foy, and 10 deck.
IN THE OFFING.
British bork Eostham, from Liverpool.
A steamer, said to he tho Key West from New Or?
leans bound North, disabled.
Cleared Y es :e rd ay.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-James
Adger A Co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
From this Port.
Ship B C V/inthrop, Stewart, Liverpool, April 28.
The sehr Watauga, Monro?., from Georgetown, S C,
arrived at Philadelphia, May ll.
The sehr Lookout, Tolson, from Georgetown, S C,
arrived at Baltimore, May 12.
The sehr Victory, Shute, from Boston for Bucks
ville, S C, arrived at HolmeB' Hol<?, May 10.
The sehr Sequin, Call, from Bucks ville, S C., ar?
rived at Bath, Mo. May 10.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT
The Easthim, Leach, sailed.
The Dorothea, Plambcck, sailed... .
Sehr Laura Bridgman, Hort, cleared,
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.
Sehr Nellie Burgess; Burgess, up....
Sehr Amelia G Ireland, Townsend, np
. .March 1
EJST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, May 14, 186S.
TXSCrLS TJNDEB 100 TONS, AND BTZAlfXBS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCLTT3D.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger k Co.
Vicksburg, 522 tons, Burton, at Vonderhorst's
wharf, for New York, loading-Bavenel k Co.
gea Qull 616 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-Courtenay k Trenholm.
Scdbergh (Br), 6U tons, Encale, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson ^ Stock.
B HTucser, 1098 tons, Bund litt. ...Vanderhorst's
wharf, for Liverpool, walting-Molter.
Bichard the Third, 898 tons, Scott>at Brown k Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Master.
Amelia, 688 tons, Conner, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-J T Welsman.
Annie Kimball, 732 tons, Lincoln, at Brown A- Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros k Co.
Camila (Spanish), - tons, M es tres, at Venning's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hau. .
Times (Br), 162 tons, Morgan, In the Beads, from
Cardenas, walting-J A Enslow k Co.
George (Br), - tons, Crossby, in Ashley Elver, for
the West Indies, ready-Risley A Creighton.
Malvina Jane (Br), 116 tons, Gould, at Kerr's whirf,
irom Matanzas, waiting-Risley k Creighton.
S W BunelL 238 tons, Eunell, in Ashley River, for
Providence, loading-L T Potter.
E H Atwood, 259 tons, Higgins, in Ashley Elver, mr
?-all River, loading-Bisley A Creighton.
James A CrooKer, 102 ton8, Small, at Central wharf,
from Fall R'ver. repairing-H F Baker k Co.
B N Hawkins. 396 tons, Wyatt, at Central wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach. ?
Intrepid, - tons. Bunker, in Ashley Bi vcr, for Prov?
idence, loading-L ? Potter.
Hannah Liirte. 182 tons. Godfrey, in Ashley Btver,
for Philadelphia, loading--H F Baker A Co.
HST ANSWER TO 1TEDICAL INQUIRIES.
MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, B. B. B. OFFICE, No.
8T MAIDEN LANE, NEW YORK.-Dear Doctor: We
aro compelled to answer your inquiries relative to
the curative properties of S A BS APABTLLI AN and
its associates as constituents in our RENOVATING
RESOLVENT in Lung affections, and its wonderful
power in arresting waste and decay of the Lungs,
healing Ulcers, loose ein? the phlegm, and enabling
the patient lo expectorate freely the thick sloughing
matter deposited in the air passages and cells of the
Lungs and Bronchi, and at the same time keeping
up the general strength of the patient, repairing the
waste with good, sound and healthy material, im?
part lng nourishment os well as purification of the
blood,-through the medium of the press;-that
hundreds or olhers daily writing us for information
may know that we have a remedy In the BESOL?
VENT that will arrest the progress of Consumption,
either of the Lungs, Liver, Kidneys or Bowels.
The R?SOLVENT is ? compensating remedy; it com?
municates its curative powers through the blood,
sweat and urine; it restores functional harmony and
enables each secreting organ to secrete its proper
constituents. Direct remedies, as Luug Balsams,
Cough Syrups, Pectorals, given to act directly on the
Lungs, au a regular remedy, ore hurtful, aa they
augment the functions of the Lungs at the expense
of suspending or interrupting tho functions of the
Liver, Kidneys and Skim If a patient suffering with
a severe cough, with a sense of suffocation or weight
in the chest, irritation or soreness in the throat, pain
in tho shoulders, difficulty of raising or expectorat?
ing phlegm, dryness of tbe skin, or if there is con?
stipation of the bowels, unnatural appetite, great
thirst, or if the water discharged deposits substances
like the white of an egg, or brick dust, or thread-like
skeins, or if there is pain in the small of the back,
hlpB, stomach or bowels, chest, eta, from a dessert
to a tablespoonful of RESOLVENT half an hour after
each meal, and if the cough is troublesome one tea?
spoonful at night, will afford immediate ease, and
will soon remove all unpleasant symptoms.
As aids to the Resolvent, if pain is present, the
spine should be rubbed with the Ready Relief, and
one to four of Rodway 's pills (coated) to insure per?
fect digestion and regular evacuations from the
bowels. The nourishing properties of RAD WAY'S
RENOVATING RESOLVENT increase the strength
and flesh of the patient We do not claim that this
remedy will make new lung", new kidneys, or other
wasted organs, but it will arrest decay, heal ulcers,
and supply the waste that is daily passing off, with
new, sound and healthy material. Dr. Rodway can be
consulted, free of charge, from 12 to 2 P. M., at No.
87 MAIDEN LANE.
The public have but a faint idea of the great im?
portance of BADWAY'S BESOLVENT, in the treat?
ment of chronic disease of the Kidneys and urinary
organs. Sarsaparillian and Pareora Brava, two of its
ingredients, as prepared by Dr. Rodway'a process
supplies a want that has ever existed, in repairing
the waste nf the body with pure and healthy mate?
rial ont of new rich blood, of arresting dissolution
and decay, of restoring mnctlonal harmony, of se?
curing strength, and dissolving calculons co nore,
tiona, of curing every iona of Kidney, Bladder and
Ctenne diseases; of stopping all kinds of weakening,
purulent, and irritating discharges; of restoring the
vigor of life, to all, whether induced by self-abuse,
impure association, bad habit of system, exposure,
Aslhe RENOVATING RESOLVENT SARSAPA
BTLLIAN biters immediately into the circulation, it
commences its work of purification and expulsion of
acrimonious humors from the blood ot once. Skin
Eruptions, Blotches, Pustules, Tetters, Worms and
insects, Black Spj-ts, etc., are removed by a lew
doses, and the skin cu<inged to a clear and beautiful
This remedy is superior to all preparations of Bu
chu, Cubebs, Juniper, etc, in Diabetes, Catarrh of
the Bladder, Gravel, Brick Dusts, and. other mor Did
state of the Urine. The RENOVATING RESOL?
VENT does not augment the functional secretions of
one organ by suspending the secretions of others.
Ask always for Dr. RAD WAY'S RESOLVENT, or
SABbA PABLUJAN BESOLVENT. Price El per
bottle; or six bott es for $5. . .
DB. RAD WA Y k CO.,
No. 87 Malden Lone.
ag- Sect to aQ parts of the United States or Cana- !
das. nao 6 May ll
CHARLKSTO.V CITY IRAILWAY COM?
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO.,"h
COBNEB BBOAD AM) EAST BAY STREETS, j
CHARLESTON, SO. CA. May 1st, 1868. j
SCHEDULE OF THE 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) minutes vals'of ten (10) minutia .
during the day till the during the day till 10 P.
last trip at 9.80 P.M. M.
N.h-Leave the Battery as follows: Twenty (20)
minutes after the hour, and ten (10) minutes of the
hour, from s.20 A. M., except at fen (10) minutes cf'
9 o'clock, A. M. Every other trip from the old
Postotfice until 4.30 P. M from the Upper Termi
nus, when all the trips are to the Battery to 9 P. M.,
office1 60081 or ail thc cars are to the old Post- -
.??"8. u?PtT Termins 1 Leave Lower Terminus
at (.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.05 AM., andatinlcr
%a '}0) S'^tesl >-als of ten (10) minago -
during the day till 9.10 j durmg the day tfll 10 P.M.
n^&^T??! ^cUeP <* fiT W minutes sfter
the hour, and thirty-five (35) minuta after the hour,
except at 9.05 A. M Evary oth?r trip from the old .'
Postoffice until 4.30 P. M from Upper Terminus,
when all the trips are to the Battery to 8.56 p M
when the last trip of all the cara are to the old Post- -
JAB.T Upper Terminus Leave the Lower Termi- -
at 9 A.M., and at intsr- nus at 9.30 AM., and at .
vals of aileen (15) min- intervals of fifteen (15)
utes till 7.00 P. M. minutes t?l 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 Postoffice.
BUTLEDG E-8TREET LINE.
Leave ?pper Terminus | Leave Lower Terminus -,
at 9 A.M, and at inter-1 at 9.35 AM, and at inter- -
vals of every twenty (20) vals of everv twenty (20) .
minutes tal 6.45 P.M. | minutes till 7.80 P.M.
?r^'?^-^11 the ^ to the Battery, until 6.15 P..
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postofflee.
. " 6. W. RAMSAY,
AP"! 30_Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
. GENERAL, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFJIGE, 1
CHARLESTON, 8. C., March 26,1868. I
ON VAND AFTER SDTDAY, MARCH 29TH, THE i
. PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Cart lina ..
Railroad w?l run aa follows :
Leave Charleston...e.80 A M.
Arrive at augusta.3.80 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis, .
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and I
Leave Charleston.,.6.80 A M..
Arrive at Columbia.3.50 p. JJ.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manen ester R\il
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
? FOR CHARLESTON.
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. M..
Arrive at Augusta.6.45 A M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, 5ashville :
and New O. jeans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4,00 P. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT tXPBESS. '
Leave Charleston.....6.40 A M ..
Arrive at Columbia.J.640 A, M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with GreeirriRe and 1
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.80 A. M. .
Leave Charleston.8.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..6.16 P. M..
Leave Summerville.7.20 A M..
Arrive at Charleston._. ,8.35 A. M..
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville..............,2.20 P.M.
Arrhcat Camden.5.00P.M. .
Leave Camden..-..5.10 A.M...
Arrive Ot Ringville.7.40 A.M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29_General Superintendent,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
rr\HI3 COMPANY HAS NOW ON SALE, FOB THE "
X accommodation of Merchant* throughout the
Country, "BUSINESS TICKETS" to traveTover the
ONE THOUSAND MILES FOR $25.
They can be procured at the Company's Ticket -
Offices in Augusto, Columbia and Camden; also in <
Charleston from L. C. HENDRICKS,
General Ticket Agent
April 4 s ruth Office John-street.
NORTHEASTERN i?RAILROAD COM.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. N. E. R. H.,1
CHAEL?ST05, May 9, 1868. J
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY. THE 12THINSTANT, -
double daily Mail and Passenger Trains win be
run on this Road, according to the following sehe- -
Leave Charleston.5.00 P. M.
Arrive at florence.10.30 P. M..
Leave Florence.3.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.9.00 AM y.
Leave Charleston.6.00 A M. -
Arrive at Florence.L15F. M..
Leave Florence.11.30 A. M.
Arrive at Charlcstsn.:.8.30 P. M. -
The Accommodation Train will not run on Sun- -
Passengers for the Che raw and Darlington Road
will take the Accommodation Train.
S. s. SOLOMONS, Sup't.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE CHE
RAW AND DARLINGTON RAILROAD.
CHERAW, May 9,1868.
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, THE 12TH INST.,
the following schedule will be run hy the
Trains on this Road daily, except Sundays:
Leave Florence 2.16 F. M Arrive at Cheraw 6.16 P.
Leave Cheraw 8.00 A. M. Arrive at Florence 11.00
These Trains make direct connections with the
Trains for Charleston and for Kingsville.
Passengers for Wilmington reach Florence at ll
A M., and leave at 2 P. M
6. fi. SOLOMONS,
jeS*Florence, Darlington, Bennett rrille, Cheraw
and Wadesboro' papers copy for one month.
May 9 6
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OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, April 80, 186a f
EVERY OWNER, LESSEE, OCCUPANT AND
tenant oi any pre mi io i fronting on any street,
lane, alley or open court, shall, on every dar (sun?
days e: ce .ted , have the dirt, filth, garbage, or otter
offal placed ia front of hi-or her lot, in a barrel, DOX
or heap, m readiness for the contractor by the tour
of 7 o'cl ck every morning, from 1st of May to Xii m
ByorderoftheMayor. ^ ?
Mayl Imo Clerk of Council