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THE DAILY NEWS.
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Charleston, for the we?-k ending NOVEMBER 12,
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Alston, Charles Fr.. hme, F A Nelagan, John
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ard Hayman, G & j erick
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pleby Johnston, Frank stewart, Gcz A
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Pherson Kemp, T R Swells, Hon S W
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iel J F Tarbox, LG
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Eberhard!, Ch Mttccl, John B Wild. Mark
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Ferguson, Wm Murphy, J Wirt. Frederick
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Office. November 13
The Charleston Money .Harket.
THUBSDAT, November 12, 1868.
Dui lng tho past week the market has been at a
standstill, and thora is no change in quotations,
which in sB cases are nominal.
BOUTKZBN BANS BILLS.
Bank or Camden.33 @0 )
Bank of Charleston.33 ?t 0
Bank of Chester.9 ?00
Bank of Georgetown.9 OOO
Bank of Hamburg.6 @00
Bank of Newberry.33 ?00
Bank of South Carolina.10 ?00
Bank of Stato of S Carolina, prior te 1861.2* @00
Bank of Stato ol S. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
' J861.4 ?00
Commercial Bank. Columbia.1 (5)00
Exchange Bank, Columbia....9 ?00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston.. 1 @00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.9 ?00
People's Bank. Charleston.SC ?00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.i ?00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charles ton. 23 ?00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank, Charleston. 5 ?00
Union Bank, Charleston.83 ?00
City or Charleston Change Bills.96 ?07
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.70 ?72
BOSOS. STOCKS AND COUPONS.
City or Columbia Bonds.17 ?SO
City ot Columbia Coupons.60 ?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
.whole shares)..40 ?00
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).19 ?20
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cont. Bonds.65 ?00
S. C. R. B. Seven Por Cent. B'ds, ex coup.75 ?00
a C. Railroad Certiflcate of Indebtedness.55 ?00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock_40 ?41
City of Charleston Certi?cate of Indebted?
City-of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.GO ?00
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).57 ?00
State of Sonia Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January 1,18C7).ol ?52
State ot : louth Carolina Stook.50 ?00
State of South Carolina Coupons.50 ?00
People's National Bank Stook.97 ?98
First National Bank Stock., par? 102
?reenv?l? and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.40 ?00
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds
(ex coupons).76 ?77
Northeastern E.R. 1st Coupons (past duel.50 ?00
Northeastern R.R. Certificates ol Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stook.18??@00
Charleston City Railway Stock.50 ?51
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).40 ?41
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 ?00
City or Savannah Bonds.84 ? 00
City or Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1866).95 ?00
City of Savannah Coupons (due siter 1st
June, 1866).97 ?oo
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .50 ?52
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.80 ?87
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .93 ?oo
Exports for the Week ending Thursday
A PORT IN THE UNITED KINGDOM-Per British
bark AnsdeU-1189 bb s Rosin, 1005 bbls Spirits
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-29 bags S
I Cotton, H83 bales Upland Cotton, 216 ti-rees
Rice, 9? bales Yarn and Domestics, 211 bundles
litives. 25 bundles Paper, 86 empty Barrels.
Per steamship Cbatleston- ll bags Sea Island
and 989 bales Upland Cotton, 196 tierces Rice,
64 bi os Domestics, 105 packages Fruit, 68 pack?
ages Sundries. ...Per steamship saragossa-io
bags S I and 821 bales Upland Cotton, 86 tierces
Rice, 49 bales Yarn, 109 sacks Dried Fruit, 16
sacks Pomms. 15 sacks Rice Flour, 21 Packages.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-121
bales Cotton, 145 tierces Rice, 14 bales Domes?
tic, 3000 panods Old Type, 4000 pounds Dried
Fruit, 6 biles Rags, S3 casks Kaolin, 124 empty
Ale Casks, 5 bbls Terrapins, 95 packages sun?
dries.Per sehr J J Spencer-Inward Cargo,
B ALTIMO HE-Per steimship Sea Gall-03 tierces
Rice, 460 bales Upland Cotton, 13 bales Rags, 26
bales Yarn, 12 balen Hides and Skins, 119 bbls
Rosin, 3 bbls Pork. 72 casks Clay, 6 hhds Bones,
1 bhd Copper 10 bbls Brandv, 113 sicks Dried
Fruit, 13 bb s Dried Fruit, 103 sacks Peach Ker?
nels, 10.000 feet Lumber. 5 Packages... .Per
steamship Falcon-? bags S I and 231 bales Up?
land Cotton, 283 tierces Rice, 270 bbls Rosin, 98
eases MBitary Stores, 15 bales Yarn, 16 bales
Hides and ekins, 13 casks < lay, 7 packages Raes.
14 hhds Bon s, ?7 packages Fruit, 70,000 feet
Lumbar, and -'undries.
PROVIDENCE, B I-Per sehr Jonas Sm th-85.
balee Upland Cotton.
TUF. CHARLESTON MARKET.
[FOB THE WEEK EX0ISG THCilSDAT, N0VEMBEI
COTTON.-Thia article during thc week has i
rally had an ea?icr tendency, and the staple at t
pool, which opened at ll.'^d., remained stead;
several days, and clo?ed at 10J-i@lld. ft lb. for
diing uplands ; and at New York the fibre, whicl
gan at 33?25J?, receded to 2i@2i%; and ia
market the staple bas been generally without n
strength, and bad a downward inclination, mide
uplands, which commeaced at 23.l?a233?\ fell o
23c. $ ft. nominal. Tho leading centres have
a nted the following aspect by te'egr ms: At L
pool on Friday, November 6, the staple was ste
sales 15,000 bales, upi rads ll>?d. On the some
at New York the article was heavy and decid
lower, sales 2330 bales at 25@25,\i. On Saturday
former was steady. Biles 15.000 bales. Tho li
was easier, sales 2000 bales at 25@25.,4*. On Moi
the former was easier, but not quolably lower, i
10,000 bales. The latter was a shade lower, sal?!
bales at 2tJ?@23c. On Tuesday the former el
with a downward tendency, sales 10,030 bales,
lands lld. The latter was a shade lower, gales
bales at 2*^@24J?. On Mocday the former was
sales 5,000 bales, uplands 10?i@lld. The latter
dull, irregular and lower, sales 850 bales at 24? 21
ft ft. Yeaterday the former was quiet, sales 111
ba'.ea. The latter was rather more steady at 25'4'
Tho arrivala at this port for tho week have b
only 253 bags of Rea islaud and 5076 bales of upi:
against 309 bags of sea island and 11.062 bales of
land for the corresponding wees: last year. Tb'
ccipts have been from tho following source?, tay
S. C. Railroad 4935 bales, por X. E. Railroid '
from San.ee 13, from Gaorgetown, S. C., 15; sa;
soi islands, from Beaufort, S. C., 38, James Isl
18, l'disto, ic, 57, N. E. Railroad 6, Florida 134.
The transactions and prices prevailinr in
market for the week just closed have been as
On Friday, November C, the m irket was depr;
ed in consequence of the receding prices at ot
points, and the limited transact.on? wcro at ab
}?c ft lb decline. Sales 110 bales, ordiuaryt>g<
ordinary being quoted at 21@a23c, low middlin;
23J.?, middling ot23}3@23& and strict middlioj
uxeaijtc ft ft.
On Saturday the article had an easior tendon
some factors, however, refused thc offering rat
Sales 200 boles, ordinary to good ordinary be:
quoted at 21@23, low middling 23& middling 23
and strict middling 24c fi ft.
On Monday tho stock was light and the inqu
limited, good cottons being steady while the infer
grades were easier. Sales 250 bales, ordinary
good ordinary being quoted at 2.'@22??, low m
diing 23@23>?, middling 23>?, sad strict middling ?
On Tuesday tho staple was dull and prices i
clined about go ft ft. Sales 241 bales, ordinary
good ordinary botng quoted at 21ify?-?*a\ low middli
at 23, and middling ut 23>4'@23>ic ft lb.
cn Wednesday the article was qu'et with an caai
tendency. Salta 60 bales, ordinary to geo 1 ordiua
21@22>?, low middhnr 22^@23, and middling
23>?-c ft ft.
Yeaterday the market was nearly at a stand. Sal
60 balea, soy 49 at 22,'i, ll at 23>;c. We quo
Ordinary to good ordinary.20 @22
wifh buyers offering lowor rites.
SEA ISLAND COTTON:.-Ibo receipts for the wei
have been moderate, and tho inquiry rather limito
buyers being generally restricted in their ope rat io:
by the stiff asking prices of factors. Thc demand
mainly for tho medium grados, fine co.tons not b
lng in request Floridas aro held under limits, at
we learn of no sale. The transactions have bee
about 50 baga of sea island?, among which wore 21
72, 3 at 75, ll at 80, 9 at 85, 3 at 93, and 3 at 105 \
RICE.-Tho receipta of Carolina rough for tl
week hove been fair, and amount to soao 25.0J
trasnolH. Tlicco bas been a fair buttlacss done, IU
sales of ab >ut TOO tierces of clean Carolina for tl
week, but prices ha- c had a declining chorante:
We neto sales of tho following parcels t 4S tierces :
6&C ft ft.; 16 do at TJtfc; 45 do. at ly.; 70 do I
79-16; 10 do. at7&; 130 do at 7;/; 87 do. at 7Ji;?
do. at 8; 151 a' 8y?. anl 78 at 9;?e. H ft. Wc quot
common to fair clcau Carolina at $}?@T*?c., good dc
at 7?i'(Sl7Ji'\. and common primo at 8a. ft lb. Roug
rice m ly be quoted at SI 50@l 75 ft bushel for in
terior, and SI 80?2 10 ft bushel for sea coast. Wi
learn of tho sa^e of 500 busbcls of sea coast rough a
SI SO ti bushel. A aman parcel of interior change?,
bands at $1 70 ft bushel.
FLOUR-Ihe market continues to bo fairly sup
plied with Northern and Western brands, which an
selling at about provioni rotes, soy for super o
this quality at extra 8%, and family at 9;.i ft
bbl. Southern grades are in very limited stock, ant
are held at about S9?9 50 fl bbl for supei
$10 75@ll 25 for extra, aid $ ll 733)13 ft bal foi
family to extia family.
BACON-Is in moderato stock, and there is a dis
position to H?ffen prices. Holders are asking 14 -? <?
15c ft ft. with aa'c3 at llfor prime shoulders
18>i@l9c ft ft for primo clear sides.
NAVAL STORES.-Ihe arrivals have boon about
800 bbls. We noto salea of spirits turpeatlno at 403
41??C ft gallon, the lattor for Now York bbls. No. 1
Rosin was disposod of at $3 o)3 50. and No 2at$l SC
ft bbb Crude turpentine may bo quoted at $2 60 ft
bbl for virgin ?nd yellow dip.
HAY-There have been no arrivals of this article,
and the only transactions aro of a limited ratall cha
CORN-The market for this grain continues dull,
with only a hght local demand. Old corn moy bc
quoted nominally at $1 033112 ft bushel, weight,
sacks included, and in a retail way at $115?1 lg ft
bushel, weight Small sales of new corn took placo
at about $1 ft bushel.
SALT.-There have bean no arrivals. Lots from
atoro are held at $2 per aack.
INDIA BAGGING.-Tho market la well supplied,
and there is a moderate demand prevailing. Thc article
may be quoted at about 23a24c. ft yard. Now York
gunny cloth is held at 26 cents. Dundee bagging, 44
inches, Wi lbs. to the yard, ia held at 30?35 ccuis.
Sea island bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. to the yard,
is hold a G0?65 cents.
ROPE.-Ihe demand for rope ia light aud prices
arc somewhat nominal at quota-tions. Wo quote
hemp at - cents ft ft. ; greenlcaf at 10 cents, and
jute at 8>??9 cants %i pouuJ.
IRON BANDS AND TEES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market, and
there is a good demand; they may bc quoted at 7a
8c per lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-lhere ia a modorate
stock of thia article, and we quote river floor?
ing boards at $13 ft M.; scantling and plank
$10@12 ft M.; timber of shipping and good mill
qualities there ii a light supply on tho market
and may be quoted at $11'? 12 $ M. Common is
selling at S5@6 ft M. ; and city sawed lumber at
$20@25 ft M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool by steam %d. for up?
lands, and ld. on sea island; by sail j.'d. on uplandp,
and ?id. on sea islands. To West Indies and North?
ern coastwise ports vessels are in demand for lumber
?re'ght?. To Havre nominal. To the West India?, Cu?
ban ports, north side, on lumber, $10?12. gold, and
$11?$12 snuth sida Coastwise-To New York by
steam lc ft ft on uplands, and -c. on sea island?,
$1 ft tierce on rice; by sail, ?ic. ft ft on up?
land?, and -c. ft tierce on rice, on reaawed
lumber $11 ^ M . and i.n timber SI*. To Boston
by steam, -c. ft ;b in cottm and -c ft tierce on
rice; by sail -c. ft lb on cotton, $11 00 ft M. on
resawed lumber, and $13 00 ?JI, on timber. To
Philadelphia, }?>: ^ ft ou upland cotton by steam and
-c. ft lb by sail ; on flooring boards $8 50?9 50 ft M.
To Baltimore, by steam, cotton %c. ; rice ft
tierce, Il 75 ; phosphates, ft 2000 lbs., S4 in
packages, in bulk aa per agreement; lumber
$( M $S@10. as iu size; wheat ft bushel 12e, In socks.
By this line to Philadelphia on cottoB, %c.;
rice ft tierce $2 00 ; phosphate per tou, $6
in packages. To t ouisviile. Ky., ou rice, 75c. ft
hundred. To Cincinnati G3c. To St. Louis 85c.
By sail on boards and scantling, hence to Ualthnore,
$8; on lumber $10; phosphates $5. Vessels are in
demand at neighboring ports for lumber ard timber
freights, and high rates arc offered.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate ye-tcrday
was 144>Xal45fi for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York Jj dis., 5 days Ji discount.
They are selling sight checks at par. Bills beyond
5 days are not readily negotiated.
GOLD.-The brokers w?rc yesterday buying at
34, -.nd Belling at 3C.
Marketa by Tc leura ph.
LONDON, November 12.-Consols 94?-i ; bonds 74J?\
LIVERPOOL, November 12.-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
Biles 10,000 bales. Tallow easier at 62s.
Afternoon.-Cotton flit; uplands lCJ^d; Orleans
ll IT,' J. Lard dull, '"ommon rosin 5? 9d; fine lGs.
HAVSE, November 12 -Cotton, on the spot, 1 franc
Nrw YOKE November 12-Noon.-Money ea^y at
7. Sterling 9,'4. Gold 34"4'. Flour unchanged.
Corn lc. better. Pork nomin ri at $23 75. Lard dull;
steam lCJialCJe- Cotton Tither more steady ot 2i}i.
Torpeatine drooping at 44>-i. Botin dull; common
and good brained S2 30a2 40. Freights firm.
Evening-Cotton moro active and a shade firmer,
closing quiet; sales 3200 ba'cs at 24a241,', mostly a.
the half. Flour unchanged. Wheat closed droop?
ing; amber Michigan SI 92. Corn closed quiet,
noon's advance lest. Oats laSc. better. Pork firmer.
Lord drooping at MSftalTjf. Whiskey firmer: West?
ern SI 07al U8. Groceries dull. Naval stores quiet.
Freights firmer; on colton by steam ??a}?. Govern?
ments closed weak; G2's IDS.5,!; Tennessee's, new,
68Hi North i'arolina, new, G4,u. Mouey continues
easy at 7 per cent, but a stringent market is again
apprehended. Gold tStf?lS&fi. Sterling heavy
BALTIMORE, November 12.-Cotton dull at 21J?.
Flour dui; superfine SC53a723. Wurat a 6h.tde
better, but not quotably higher. Corn firmer; white
73. Oats dull; primo 63; . rdinary 59aC0. Pork $29
a29 50. Bacon active. Lard 18.
LOUISVILLE, November 12.-Corn-old 85a90; new
53a60. Flour-superfine S5 50.C. Shoulders i3,'?a
1 ; clear sides 18'.?.tl8,-<. Whiskey SI.
WILMINGTON, November 12.-Turpentine 41 ?X.
Rosin SI 50al 53 for strained. Crude turpentine
$2 75. Tar S2 JO. Cotton 21 &S22.
AUGUSTA, GA., November 12.-Cotton uteady; sales
545 bales; receipts 7S"; ml idlings 21,'?a2l*?.
Thc weather is clear and co! I, with a heavy frost
SAVANNAH, Nov-niter 12.-Cotton dull and lower;
sales 330 bales; midiUmgs 22^a23c; receipts 19G8
bales: exports 19G9, all coastwise-.
MOBILE, November 12.-Mar?et quiet; sales 700
bales; middlings 22>?.
NEW ORLEANS, November 12.-Cotton weak and
lower; middlings 23; sales 6000 bales. Receipts,
6333; exports, 3646. Sterling 44Jia4G. Exchange on
New York par to J? premium, i-ugar furn, active
and unchanged. Molasses active, aud 12. higher.
Coffee aleaJy; prme Rio 16>?al6J?; fair Utf, stock
in first hands, 31)98. Gold S4}?a34J.,'.
WILMINGTON, November IL-TURPENTINE-De?
mand fair, and prices advanced 10 cc -cs. Sales ci
181 obis at $2 75 for toft, and $1 Valor hard per
Spinrrs TURPENTINE-Market firm. Sales of 417
bids at il}ic for country, and Gi do at 42c per gallon
for New York packages. Sales also ef 300bbls de?
liverable within 20 days, at seller's option, at 41,'ic;
and 100 bbls deliverable by 4ih January, at seller's
option at 41c.
R06IN-Sales of only 253 bbls at $1 7d for No 2.
TAR-32 bbls changed h tods at $2 30 per bbl.
COTTON-Sales of ?i bales at 22c for middling
NASHVILLE, Novomber 9.-COTTON-Unfavor?
able dispatches to-day from Liverpool occasioned a
decline iu our market, wuich closed without buyers.
Wo quote : Ordinary 19, goad ordinary 19al9^, and
low middling 20>^a20K.
The transactions of the day wore as follows : Re?
ceipts ltf9; sales 200; shipments 26J.
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1,18G8. CO
Received to-day. 199
Shipped !0-day. 2G0
Shipped previ ,usly.-.4,612-8,712
Stock on bani.596
Cons-We hoar.l of SSlM of 32j buaUc.ii> new corn,
delivered in depot, at tiT&c.
Comparative Lix port s ot' Cotton, from
thc Port ot Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain..
Other J reuch Port3,
Total to Franco.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
: outb of Eurone.
?Vest Indies, Ac.
Total Forcigu Torts.
Rhode Island, ..e.
Baltimore and Nor ilk...,
Other Uuited Sirtes Torts
Total to Coastwise Ports,
lix ports of Klee. Naval Stores ana L.'--li?
ber front the Port of Charleston, irma
September 1 to November 12, 1SGS
HUE. IX. STOKES.I LUMBER.
New Orleans .j
Other U. S. Ports.. |
Majorca & a Marlie: [
St Johns, N B.
Mont jvi leo.
Gre it Britain.
000 BM s?;
BSD MM 2 S i?
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Stocks of Cotton in thc Interior Towns
not included in thc Kcceipts.
Augusta and Hamburg.October 30
Macon, Geo .November 9
Columbus. Geo.November C
Montgomery, Ala.Od ober 31
Memphis, Tenn.October 29
Nashville, Tenn.November ?'
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KOTE.-V.'c have deducted from Now Orleans
71U8 bales llplaud. from Mobile. bales, from
Charles ton G4C wigs Soa Islan'l aud 1''9 bales Up
laud, and irom Savannah 921 bags Sea Island aud
... bales Upland-tho quantities received at those
ports lrora Mobile, Honda, Texa* and savannah.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAt?t?ltfG, %? yara
Dunciro. 30 ? y5
?unuy Cloth. 21H -S'
BALE ROPE, ft lb-ilanilla. 23 di 24
Western. 08 (nj UH
Ju o. 09
COTTON, ft lb- nn , "
Ordiuarv to Good Ordinary. 20 w 22
Low Middling. ~
Middling to btrict Middling. 21) 4J -
GoodMiddliug. - <? -
Sea Wand. CO tn 1.28
COFFEE, 'r1. lb- Kio.i -0 Q: 2G
I^irniayra .I ?h -
Java.I 33 U 40
Wundo Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos. GS.OO (j) -
Pouto Feralixer. 50.00 (<u -
Alkaline. Phosphate. ?ti.?O @ -
Sono Flour. C5.?0 6jj -
Doublo Itetined Poudrotte. au.00 fa) -
>"il.-s' Phospliato. C3.U0 (a) -
Penman Ouano, is ton.1IIU.0? ?a -
Pacific Guaca, ft 2?00 lbs. 63.00 <aj -
rhonix Guano. 55.00 (a) -
Uaugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... CO.00 (ai -
Khodes' Phosphate, ft 2uoo lbs... ?.'?.00 (3) -
Mapcs'Supor Phosphate, V SOW lb 63.00 @ -
Zell's Baw Boue Phosphale. fio.. 10 (ii) -
Zell'i Super Phosphate ol Lime.. 116.00 -
Woolston'* Phosphate of Lime..... j 83.0!) i? 00
Croasdale's Gcii.'buper-Phor. uel| 00.00 (&) 00
Bower*'OomOlete Manure, net..| 00.00 (<? Co
FLOUR, ft bbl-Mipc . ".?"?> @ -
Northern and Western Kstra. 8.73 &) -
Baltimore Kxtra.I - fla -
Southern-Super.I f.'J? & 9.50
Extra. M.73 $11.98
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ft bushel. - ?) -
Western Oats, '0 bushel. - GS -
Coin, bushel. 1-00 fe 1.12
flA 1'. ?S cwt.-Norlh Uiver. - fal -
Elstern.I - tf -
.'. UM UER, ft M. tccl- I
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.;50.no W55.00
White fine, good run.US.TO dc.40.0D
yellow Pine.''-W-UO (?25.OU
boards, ft M. feet-Bough.112.00 tte 15.00
Grooved and Tommed....128.U0 @32.00
MOLASSES, ft gallon-Cuba.I 42 @ -
Muscovado. SlJsft) -
Sugar House. 50 1-ou
Now Orleans. - ? -
y A VAL STOKES, fl bbl-lar.... - ? -
Pitch. - <? -
Bn?in, Pale. - t!> -
Uu.du, No. 1.?3.0) Cl :'-5il
Uoain, >'o. -2.; 1.80 @ l.'Ju
Boslu. No. a. 3-"'J i'S 1.?3
SnirllH Taruentmc, V gallen.| 40 cm 41,'j
Oa tum. "rf lo. I 10 to -
vAfAS-American, l@20d, B kvg..\ 8.50 (i? 7.00
Ivn'DER-Dapont'a, F.F.F. g.. ..| 6.70 f?.
Dupont's, i-'.F.F.I 8.60 dil
Dupont'H. l?a-?ting....| 4.23 <?.
Bacon, Hants, * lb.\ -2 is 2:)
Bacon, Sides.! 18 uv. 19
Bacon. Shoulders.I lillis 15
Bacon, Strip?. - to -
Lard, in keg.I - to -
butter.I 33 fm 40
Cheese. 13 '<* 30
PoUtoos, i;'. bbl.I -to
Onions. - -
Apples. - to -
RICE- Carolina, ft lb. 6?i' ? 8
Eastindiu....!!. - Gi -
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, ft sack.. 1.90 .5) 2.00
Liverpool, tine. - W -
SUGAR, ft lb-Kaw.I Bl (cd 14
Porto Kico.I li to 15
Muscovw'' .I 13 to 15
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
Last Quarter, 7th, 8 hours. 39 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 11th, 5 hours, 47 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 22d. 1 hour, 38 minutes, morning
Full Moon, 29th, 7 hours. 52 minutes, evening.
RISES. I SETS.
10 Tuesday.... G. .28
13 Friday. ...J G..30
14 Saturday... G..30
Consignees per Soutu c ai ol 111a Kailroatl
November 1 ?.
3098 balo? Cotton, 97 biles Bom'-stics, 310 barrels
Flour, 52G bushe s Grain, 3 cars Wood, 4 ca.a Stock.
I car Coal. To Railroad Agent, Johnston, rewH k
Co, Eiislow k Co. Pelz r, Bodger? & Co, G H Walter
i: Co, A J .-ali?as, Heeder ?: Davis, Fruid k Adgcr. C
N Averill. J R Pringle, J B E Sloan. J Adger ? Co,
Coben, Uanckcli Co, W K. Ryan, Mowry k Co, L D
De^aus-uie, charleston Gas Co. Gracscr, Lee. Smith
tt Co, Kirkpatrick .v Witto. Caldwell k Son. Willis .^i
Chisoliu, Uo,.kins, McI'herroo Co, ll Bi.-cboff k
Cn, Ravencl k LO. W W ?miih, 1 II & W Dewccs, B
M Slrohel, LBich, W M MarschCT, Dowling ic Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Kailrocd
130 ha'es Cotton, MdZ", kc. To J M Taldw-ll k
Sou, Mowry K Co, Baveuel & Co, Frost k Aduer, G
W Wdhams tc Co, KeLdall k Dockery, S D Stoney, M
Piprson, W C Coiirlney i: LO, Gai'lard k Minott, G
II Walter ft Co, li A & J F Early, Scrcven k Nesbit,
W K Byan, Kirkpatrick k Witte, Reeder 4 Davis, J
A Quackenbush, W Guruey, Pc'zer, Rodgers k Co,
I burston 4 Holme-.
Consignees per Charleston and Savan?
nah Railroad. November 12.
Mdze, &c. To J T Kanapaur, - Osterholiz, L fi
Welles, Fraser k Dill, Buut Bros. W Lawton, J B
Priugle, W C Bee ? Co, <'laciu=i & Witte, J H Ujpejett
k C ), Becder & D.vis, Wdli-i k Clnsolm, H Bischoff
ic LO, H Jame?, R D Uoff.
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-Mrs S Vf
Salli van, Mrs Hoot and son, Miss F R Sullivan, S W
Sullivan, 0 Schweitzer, H C Boo, M Farina.
Per steamship Falcon, for baltimore-Captain
and Mrs W C Hammer and two children, Dr 1 Sim,
Mrs E Duio.t and three children, F M Jones, md
Port of ' Charleston. IVov'ber 13
Slocp R E Lee, from Cooper River. 775 bushels
Rcugh Rice. To W Uuruev.
Per drays from Lhisolm's Mill- 51 tierces Rice. To
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore-Courtenay &
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell. Kew York-Ravenel k
British bark Acs iel!. Turpin, a Port in the United
Kiugdoui-R Mure k Co.
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nichols, Providence, R I-J B
Steamship Saragossa. Crowell, New York.
Steamship Falcon. Homey, baltimore.
British bark Ans Jell. Turpin, a tort in thc United
Prom this Port.
Bris Alice Bea, Foster, Philadelphia, November 0.
Brig Ncuviras, Wood, Now York, November 9.
Up for this Port.
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Stecluian, at fhdr.Jelnhia, No?
Cleared for this I' it.
Steamship CarroU, Childs, s' Baltimore, November
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New York,
Ship Richard the Third, Wood, at Liverpool, Oc'o
Sailed for this Port.
Thc Agra, Fullrr.ore, Ironi Liverpool, October 29.
Shipnc-ws by Telegraph.
PAVANSAII, November 12-doored, steamships
General barnes lor New York, and North Point tor
The sehr T T Tasker, from Georgetown, S C, for
Boston, put into Holmes' Bole Nov 9.
LIST OP VKSS1CL.S
UP, CLEARED ASD SAILED I OU THIS I'Ohi ?
British ship Gorilla, Jones, cleared.Oct 23
Ship Richard thu Third. Wood, clear td..Oct 2?
Tho .?> g ra, Fubnorc, sailed.Oct 29
The Mouncquasb, Murray, sailed.Oct 8
Bark Jenny Lind, Sherwood, sailed.August -
Ship Narragansett, Hamlin, sailed.Oct 9
N G bark Gauss, Welting, sailed.Oct 8
The Jane, Carson, sailed.Oct 21
LE rr H.
The Harkaway, Horton, sailed.Oct 21
Sehr J W Allen, Doane, up.Oct 23
S.hr L Bich, Paddock, up.Nov 1
Bark Lizzie H-, spring, cleared.V0V 2
Steamship Jos Adger, Lockwood, cleared.Nov 9
Ung Dillon. Blatchford, up.Nov 6
Sehr Ida S Burgess, Burgess, cleared.Oct 5
Scur lt Caldwell, McCormick, cleared.Nov 7
Brig John Welsh, Jr, Mundy, up.Oct 23
Sehr Wm B Thomas, Dinsmoro, cleared. > ov 3
Sehr K S Tinsdcn, Cease, cloarod.Nov 3
Sehr Eato E Rich. Church, cleared.Nov 4
Sehr Louisa Frazier, t-teeluian, up.Nov 9
Steamship C:rro)l, Childs, cleared.Nov 10
LIST OP SH1PP1NO
In thc Port of Charleston, November 13.
VXSCKT S UNDEIt 100 TONS. AND STEAMEB8 COASTINO
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Golden Hom (Br), 1188 tons, MoBctb, for Liverpool,
loading-lt Mure k Cn.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger & Co.
R C Winthrop, 910 hrs, stuart, nt Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson & Stock.
Owcgo, 9?3 tons, Post, at Atlantic wharf, Irom New
York, w.ii?ua-Vf B t'miti k Co.
Scottwood (Br), 745 sous, Ycamau, at Gas Co'? wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging- B Marc k Co.
Sumter, 5G0 tons. Keene, al Brown k Co's wharf,
trom New York, waltinu-Master.
N Moshcr(Uri, 798 toni, Mr sher, at Accommoda?
tion wharl, froin New York, waiting-R Mure &
Hanbet (Nor), 322 toa?, Lammers, at Boyce's wharf,
from stockholm, discharging-J M Fr-dnberg
Helen Sands, 5(53 tons. Otis, at Brown .'; "Vu wharf,
for Livorpool, loading-Street Bros k Co.
Borneo (Or), 7u5 tons. Card, at Accommodation
wharf, from Uatitax. N S, waiting-It Mure i Co
Cardigan (Br). 1&9 tons. Kelly, at Ms?hall's wharf,
lor Qnecn-town and a Market, lo i..iug-R Mure
Cjclon-, 222 tons, Johnson, in Ashley Liver, lor
Boston, loadine-Risley k Cre:ghton.
J A Devcreaux, 391 tons, Clark, at Coutr.il wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-U F Baker k Co.
James Baker, 199 to P, Phelau, in Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loading-ll F Baker k Co.
Crocus, 1C0 tons, Swan, at Palmetto wharf, from
Georgetown, S U. repairing-Risley k Creighton.
Joshua .V .Maiy, 218 tons, Veal, at .Marshall's wharf,
lor Queen-town and a Market, loading-lt Muru
Osprey (Br). 139 tons, Oulton, at Brown k Co's
wharl, from Matanzas, di-cbargiug-W P Hall.
J B Kirby. - tons, Bernard, at Central wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker k Co.
Diuntles-i (Rri, 133 tons. Edwards, at Marshall's
wharf, fur Queenstown and a Market, loading
R Mure k ' o.
J J Spencer, 209 tons, Flomlng, in thc Stream, for
Phliuduiphia, ready-H F Baker i Co.
L S Davis, 320 ioi>a, Bishop, at Kerr's wharf, for
Jonas Smith. 397 tons, Nichols, at Brown k Co's
?hart, for Providence, ready-Master.
Minnie, lol loas, Farrow, iu Ashley River, for the
Westludies, loading-J A Euslow & Co.
C S Grove, 253 tons. Weaver, in Ashloy River, for
Baltimore, leading-Risley k Creighton.
W U Tiers, 2'JS lons, llolliuaim, in Ashley River,
ior Philadclpbli, loading-II F Baker k Co.
Lavinia Boll, 154 tons. Baylis at Cottril wharf, from
New York, discharging-J U Uall.
HE RR? NG*S JPATENT
AWARfiAi THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'?
FAIR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Taris;
WINNER OF THE W AGER
30,000 FRANCS ?.I
ooo IN GOLD).
At the recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
The pnbli - arc iuvited to cal) arid examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merit? of tho great contest,
and sec the otheial award to thc Herring's Patent
over i?R others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN
No. 251 Droadwav, corner Murray-et., New Tort.
FARR RET , HERRING k CO.,} HERRING k CO.
Philadelphia. ) Chieigo,
HERRING. FARREL & SHERMAN. New Orleans
Large Slock on band by
WALKER, ii YAN S & CO G S WE Ll
Noe. 3 BROAD ?ND 10J EAST BAY STREETS,
CHAULESTOS, S. C.
March 3 imo
SOUIH CAROLINA DISTRICT.
R. & A K D ? S PRINGLE ,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
United States Court Boom.,
No. 1G Broad-street, Charleston, S. C.
IS AUTHORIZKD, BY ACTS OF CONGRESS, TO
Execute Couamlse'ons to take testimony, to tako
Acknowledgments of Bail and Affidavits, Depositions
of every kind, Admiralty Stipula ions, Proors in
Bankruptcy, the Veriflcatioi. ot Chums and Docu?
ments lor Washington City, to grant Summons in
behaU'of Soamcn to whom wages are due, and, gene?
rally, to exercise all the powers and discharge all the
duties of a Magisttate, specially in cases of off-mces
against the laws of tho United States.
November 13 o
QTTO 8 O IT flt T A. G ,
DYER AND SCOURER,
141 Market-street, betvrccn King and
A re lid ale-strccts.
GENTS' COATS, VESTS, PANTS AND HATS
Dyed, Cleaned and Pressed.
Novembor 12 wfm3mos
JJIPOR TE K S OK
TEAS, WINES, BRANDIES, ?SC,
And Dealers in
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES.
WAI. S. CORWIN k CO.
?S-Goods delivered to all parts ot the City.
Jl 1U. MA US HALL, ?i BRUTHEIl.
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, BROKERS
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, ic, BOUGHT ANB
SOLD ON COMMISSION; LOANS NEGOTIATED;
DS-vAnction or HORSES, FURNITURE, ftc, even
W'dn'idav. ?ictober 19
J Y. WESTER V ELT ? CO.,
"REAL EdTATE BROKERS,
No. 20 BROAD-STREET,
CHABLESTON. S. C.
BUY, SELL, EXCHANGE, LEASE REAL ES?
TATE in any section of tho South,
jjgp- Negotiato Loans, Codect Rents, te., tc.
yyrlLLls at CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porte) ol
COTTON. RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
K.WILLIS.A. R. CHTSOLM.
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENT.
83~ Prompt attention given to COLLECTION OF
RENTS, OUTSTANDING ACCOUNTS, kc.
jfcg- OOlcc No 20 BROAD-STREET, Charleston
8. C. Imo October 13
Q_ Il . SASS,
A TTORNEY A T LA IF,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
/J3~ ORlco No. 98 BROAD-STREET, north side
between King and Meeting. May 3
TOGA? ?fc SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN
No. 33 BROAD-STREET.
ROSWELL T. LOGAN...E. BAYWARD SEABBOOK
Y^TIL?UR di SON,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS ft AUCTIONEERS,
Rio. 59 Urond street, Charleston, S. C.
Borrow and loau money, attend to collection of
rents, aud all manner ot claims.
July 13 mwlGino
prufls, Chemicals, (Etr.
Tft?1 QK.E.A.T' J~?^
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOP. THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE !
?S-NO BITTERS EQUAL TO THEM.?ffi8r
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
Mado of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HKRBS AND ROOTS as will in all
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG ANB OLD, MALE ANB FEMALE!
All Usc lt With Wonderfnl Succ?s
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM ANB BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY TH ESI. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER BI HERS. So'd by Druggists
JBS-ice that our signature is over the cork of each
bottle. DO WIE & MOISE.
POPRTETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Augu-t 5 6rao* Charleston, S. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 28 DAc J yr
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, h
CHARLESTON, R. C., October 31, 1808.1
THE PUBLIC IS HEREBY INFORMED TRAT
the line of Railroad from Selma, AWbama via
Bone to Charleston, r. C., 'is open for passenDer fi
and freiKlit H. T. I'EAKF,
November 2 General Saperintendent.
CHANGE OF SCHKDU.LE <?N THE.
SPARTANBURG AND UNION RAILROAD.
ON AND AFTER THE 2n NOVEMBER, 18C8,
tho Passenger Trains wiU leave hpartanburg
Courtbouso Ou Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays,
at 7 A. M., and arrive at Alston at 1.20 I'. M., con
ne-?ntr with Croeovillo Down Train, and Trains for
Charlotte and Charleston.
On Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, Ihe Up
Passenger Trains, connecting with tho ureenvillo
Up Trains, will leave Alston at 9 A. M., and arrive at
Spartanburg Courthouse at 3.20 P. M.
1HOS. P. JETER,
President Spartmburg and Union Railroad.
October 30 * imo
SAVANNAH AND CH AltLESTO?V KAIL
WINTERTIME TABLEUP ASSENGEB THAIN.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON, November 2,1808. J
ON AND AFTER MONDAY, NOV I'M BEB 9rn,
tho '1 ri-Weekly Train will leave Charleston on
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at 9 15 A. M., ar?
riving at Coosawhatchie at 3.15 R M.
Returning, leave Coosawhatchie on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 A. M., arriving in
Charleston at 4 P. M.
Connection* holh ways by hacks with Waltcrbo
rough and Beaufort
To insure prompt transmission, Fioi?ht must be
at the Depot, foot of Mill-street, by 2 P. BL on Tues?
days, Thursdays and Saturdays.
C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Supoiiatendcnt.
ATLAi\TIC AND GULP RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD. J
SAVANNAH, OCIOBEU 28,1808. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER J,
TRAINS ON THTS ROAD will runas follows,
commencing sith 7 P. M. Train:
NIGHT mai THAIN.
I eave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at_
Arrive at Live Oak at.
Arrive at Jacksonville at.,
Leave Jacksonville (Sundays excepted) at.
Leave Live Oak at.
Arrive at Savannah (Mondays excepted) at
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 A M
Arrive at Bainbridge at.10 20 p M
Arrive at Live Oak at.5 30 P M
Arrive at Jacksonville at.130 A M
Arrive at Tallahassee at.i2 51 A M ?a
Arrivo at Quincy at.3 15 A M
Leave Bainbridge (sundays excepted) at.7 00 p M
Leave Quincy at.8 27 A M
Leave Tallahassee at.10 45 A M
Leave Jacksonville at.10 18 A M
Leave Lt7e Oak at.7 20 A M
Arrivo at Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.. .6 00 p M
Passengers to Stations west of Lawton and Live
Oak toke Day Train from Savannah.
Passengers from Bainbridge connect at Lawton
with txpress Train for Savannah at 2 00 A. M.
Passengers from Tallahassee by Day Train connect
at Live O ik with Eapross Train tor Savannah at ll 40
Sleepia? Carson Expr?s?Trains.
No change between Jacksonville and Savannah on
Meamers leave St Markt for New Orleans, Apa?
lachicola and Pensacola every Fndav.
? eavo St Marks for Havana. Key West. CedarKf vs
and'1 ampa every Wednesday.
Stearne's leave 'acksonville for Palatka. Enter?
prise and all points on the St. John's River every
Sunday and Wedoosday at 9 00 A. M.
H. S. HAINES.
November 2 2mo General Superintendent.
.3 20 A is
..7 30 A ai
..7 15 PM
ll 40 p M
..8 00 A M
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
I.'ENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHABLESTON, S. C.. March 20, ?8. I
.' \N AND ?FTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29TH. TUB
/ PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina.
Uii'road will run as follows :
I-ave Charleston.fi.HO A. M.
arrive at Augusta.3.30 P. ll.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis.
Nashville and New Orlcaus, via Mont^ouicrj and
Leave Charleston.G.;-0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.."3 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington aud Manchester B tit
road. Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Lcive Augusta.COO A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 V. M.
Leave Columbia.0 09 A. AL
Arrive at Charleston.3.1o P. Xi.
AUGUST 4 NIGHT EXPBESa
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.?i.i5 A. JJ.
Connecting with trains ior Memphis, Nashville
and Mew Orleans, v'a Graud Junctiou.
leave Augusta.L10P. II.
Arrive at Charleston.4.0J A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT fcXPRKsS.
I SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.)
Leave Charleston.".40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia...-.0.20 A. M.
Connecting (mundays exepted) with Greenville and
Colu tibia Bailroad.
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. 13.
St MMERVII.LE I RAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at huinnicrvillc. ".lil 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at charleston."?.:i? A. M.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Silurdays.
Leave KiugvUle.2.21 P. M.
Arri.cat Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.S.10 A. M.
Arrive ?ct KingvHlc.7.4<i A. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEA KP,
April 29 General sui.erntendem
CHANGE OE SCHEDULE
CHARLOTlb AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OF?ICE, I
COLUMBIA. S. C., March 31,1808.1
ON AND AFTER 1HI3 DATE, TUE TRAINr>
over tms Road wuU run as follows:
Leave Columbiaat.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.11.35 P. M.
Arrive at Columbiaat..'.COO A. M.
Passengers taking this route, coin,? North make
close c-mticctions at Greensboro', Weldon and Pons
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
j?rTickets optional from Grornsboro', either via
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either
via Bay L'ne or Annamarie Route. Baggage cbwkid'
Connections made both ways with ti ..ins ot the
Greenville and columbia Bailroad.
April 2 Superintendent.
CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY COM?
OFFICE CHABLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO.,)
ConNEii BiiOAD AND EAST HAY STREETS, >
CHAUI-ESTON, So. CA., November 10, 1808. I
Si-UEDCLE OF TUE CHARLESTON CITY
Leavo Upper Terminus Leave Lower Vtrminu
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8 A.M., and at inter
vals of ten (10/ minutes vals of tenil?i minute?
during the day till the during the day till C
last trip at 9 P.M. P.M.
N. I*.-Leave the Batt'ry as fol'owi : On the hour,
and thirty (30) minuter alter thc hour, from 8 A.
M.. until 7 31 P. M., Ever} other trip from the old
RUTLEDG E-S TBE ET LINE.
Leave Uiper Terminus 1 Leave Lower Terminus
ut 7.30 AM., and at inter- ai H.05 ?.M.. and at inter?
vals of twolvc (12. minutes I vals ot nvdvc |12| min?
durina tho day ti? 8 51 I ul- i darug i.ie day till
P.M. I 9 P.M.
N.B.-Leave thc Uat'ery at seventeen (17. minutes
atiei the hour, ?md forty-one (41) minutes after the
hour, until seventeen |17) minutes past 8. Every other
trio from the oin Postothce.
Leave Upp'r lerminus | Leavo the Lmeer Termi?
no A.M., and at inter- mis at O.O? A.M., and at
vals of rUteen (15) min- intervals ol titeen (15)
mes till 7.00 P. M. I minute* till 7.:ij P. M.
N.B -AU the trips ore to tho Battery except tbf
last trip of each ear.
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave Is/wer Terai'HUI
at 9 A.M., and at inter-1 at 9.35 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20 vals of ?very tweu:v (Sdi
minutes tili f .45 P.M. | minutes till 7.:>0 P M
N.B.-Ali ?he trips are to the Battery except th-,
last trip of ?ca car.
* S. W. RAMSAY.
NovemterlO Secretary au I Tranter.