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THE JOAILY NEWS.
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Tnt Charleston .Honey .Market.
THUBSOAT, January 28. 1869.
But little business has been done during tho post
week, and quotations show no marked change. City
stock has been sold at from 57 to CO in different
amounts, and ts somewhat unsettled. Of the mar?
ket generally, it may be said that holders are s ti fi' in
their demands, and that there is no great amount of
money seeking investment.
BOUT HE KN BA2fK BILLS.
Bankef Camden.42 <&Q?
Bank of Charleston.43 @*0
Bank of Cheater.10 fe.00
Bank of Georgetown.10 fcOO
Bank of Hamburg. 6 @60
Bank of Newberry.45 ?00
Bank of South Carolina.ll fei00
Bank of State of 8 Carolina, prior to 1861.25 fe! 00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
J 8*1. 6 (g00
Commercial Bank. Columbia.2 fttuu
Exchange Bank, Columbia.10 ?CO
Formero' and Exchange Bank, Charleston..0 ??00
Merchant's Baak,Oban?.9 &00
People's Baak, Charleston.62 (g. 00
Planter's Bani of Fairfield.4 ?00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bink,Charleston.?6 @00
Southwestern Railroad bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank, Charleston.4 @U0
Union Bank, Charleston.88 (3 00
City of Charleston Change Bills.ac feOO
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.86 fcOO
BONOS. SrOCKB ASO C0DFO3S.
City of Columbia Bonds.SS ($60
City of Columbia Coupons.65 fe-00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
.whole shares).47 @00
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).aa fe00
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonos.71 feibO
S. 0. K. lt. Seven Per Cent. B'ds.85 fcOJ
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.65 fe Ou
City of Charleston Six Per Cont. Stock.. ..Hi fe 60
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City Of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.65 f? 70
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).67 ex coup
State of hunt LI Carolina Bonds mew issue.
of January 1.1867).69 ?70
State of t tout h Caroline stock.(3 fe. 65
State ol South Curohua Coupons.60 feUO
People's National Bank Stock.par.
First National Bank Stock.jar.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Stat?
guarantied bonds.GS @C0
Greenville and Co.umbi? 1st Mortgage
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds.83 (885
North oas tern R.R. 1st Coupona (past due;.b'0 ?CO
Northeastern H. R. Certificates ol Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.21 @00
Charleston City Railway Stock.60 ?61
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(Sute guarantee).40 @41
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 @00
City of Savannah Bonds.80 ?88
City of savana-h Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1B66).95 @00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1?t
June, 1866).H @C0
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .60 @00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.87 (KOO
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .93 td 00
Kxporta for the Week ending Thunday
HAVANA-fer scbx Minerva-16.635 feet Lumber.
139 bbis Rosin, M bbls Tar, 468 bbls Potatoes,
21 bbls Beans. 400 Cabbages, 12 bbls Hams, 23
boxes Cheese, 50 empty Hogsheads.
BARACOA, CUBA-Per sehr ? L Morgan-12,252
feet Pitch Pine Lumber, 60 bbls Potatoes, Kt
tierces Barns. 7 soga NaUs, 10 bbls Flour. 4 bbls
Tar. 4 bbls Rosin.Per ?ehr W B Steele-40
bbls Potatoes, 60 bbls Flour, 25 cases Lard, 4
bbls Beans, 13 bbls Onions, 10 bbls Apples, 7
bbls Hams, 30 bbls Dir cuits, 10 boxes ?oap, 5
boxes Codfish, 200 Cabb.Tges.10 bbls Beets, 1 bbl
Turnips, 50 boxes Herrinss.
CARDENA? AND A M4RKET-Per sehr Willie Mar?
tin-86,103 feet Pitch Pine Lumber, 158 Empty
PROVIDENCE, R I-Per sohr Abbott Lawrence
162,578 feat Lumber.
BOSTON-Per sehr Mary D Haskell-182 bales Cot
toe, 8 bales Rags and Paper. 768 bbl.' Rosin. 431
bbls spirit- Turpentine, 44 tons Iron and Metals.
.Per sehr Charles E Raymoud-327 bales
Upland cotton, 503 bbls Naval blores, 9 bales
NEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-18 bags
Sea Island Cotton, 1095 bales Upland Cotton, lui
tierces Rice, 129 bali* Domestics, 17 bbb Oil. 85
6acks Oil Cake, 69 Packages, 30 pa -bases Fruit.
.Per steamship Manhattan-47 bales Sen
Islana and 1401 bales Upland Cotton, 103
tierces Rice, 122 bales Yarn, 5G packages Sun?
dries.Per tteiniship Magnolia-33 bags Bea
Island and 1293 bale* Upland Cotton, 228 tierces
Rice, 35 bales Vam, 6 packages Sundries.
PHIL ADI: LPHIA-Per sehr Surprise-269 bales Cot?
ton. 102 tasks Rice, ll crates Rope Cuttings. 10
Obel? and 100 tons Iron, 100 Empty Barrels, and
20.000 feet Lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-392 bales Up
L'Qd Cotton, 382 tierces Rice, 74 bales Yarn, 24
bales Rope Cuttings. 10 hbds Hides, 10 rolls
Leather, 70 packages Drcd Fruit, 20 packages
Sundries, 112 empty Barrels.
THE CHA K i, K ST ON' MARKET.
[FOlt THE WEEK ENDING TH CP. RD AT, JANUARY 28.]
COTTON.-Ihe market for this article foi the
weak nader review has be;u marked by a decided
absence of activity, thero being a strong indisposi?
tion on the part of manufacturers to pay present
price?, aud their purchases were consequently cn
the most restricted scale, being generally only for
tho supply of pressing and immediate wants.
Holders, however, h'ivo exhibited much firmness
and make only the m ist limited concessions, an I be?
lieve that thc present consumptive demand and
limited supplies to come forward fahy authorize the
maintenance of the present and even higher rates.
The above mentioned condition of the general mar?
ket has caused a depression of the article and prices
have had a tendency to go lower, and tho flbro at
Liveipool which opened at ll)?@ll&d declined lo
ll?, 911??? T lb for middling uplands, and at New
York which began at 26 J? wont down to28J-?r<i28Xc
fi lb for Now Yon: middliug; and at this port mid?
dling upland which at the beginning of the woek WA S
quoted at 23 .? fill off to 27J?c, and has since rallied
to about 28c fi lb.
'1 he leading markets have presented the following
aspect during tho week, as reported by telegrams:
At Liverpool, on Friday, January 2?, tho staple
was active, sales 15,000 bales, uplands ll,--?'@ll??d;
OE the same day at New York the article was lo?s ac?
tive, sales 3000 bales, at 29J?c. On Saturday, tho
former was easier, but not lower, s des 12.U0O halos,
at ll v.";-ll rad; at thc latter tho flbro was dull and
decidedly lower, sales 650 bales, at 2?J?@29. On
Monday the former was flat, sales 10,000 ba ts, up?
lands ll.-v&lUid: tito latter was dull and lower,
sales 1590 bales, at 2S>?. On Tuesday the former
was easier but not lower, sale3 8303 bales at ll*?@
ll><d ; the litter was firm but quiot, sales 1C0O bale3,
at 28>;. On Wednesday the former wa3 firmer, up- J
lands ll*??U.t?d. sales 12.030 bales; thc latter was
U?h better, sale' 4800 bales, a. 28J?ig)29c f, lb.
Yesterday the former waa quiet but st ..dy, sale-:
13 0 0 bales, uplands ll >?@ll)?d; the Utter was firm
at 28Ji@29c fi lb.
The arrivals for thc week have bren 333 bags of
sea islands and Floridas and 9341 bales of upla; ds,
against 301 bagc of sea islands and Floridas and
8263 bales of uplands the week bet?re, and 72 bags
of sea islands and Floridas and 9928 balea >f uplands
for the corresponding week hst year. The receipt a
have been from the following sources, say of uplands
per South CaroUna Railroad 8S4C bales; per North?
eastern Railroad 639; from Georgetown, S. C , 16;
Cberaw 331; per steamer 10. Of ssa i-lands, from
John's Island 9; James' Island 18; Florida 70: Kdis
to 13; Beauf >rt 70; Savann ih 91 ; Northeastern Rail -
The tramsicbons and prices prevailing ?n this mar?
ket for the week have bee? as to Hews :
On Friday, January 22, purchasers operated light -
ly in consequence of the high prier of the artair,
and the operations were limited, but sellers general?
ly held firmly ; sales SCO bales, ordinary to good ordi?
nary being quoted at 2GH@-7%; low middling at 28,
and middling at 23-ic. fl lb.
On Saturday, with loss favorable telegrams, tho
market had a declining tendency, und prices fell off
about %c. fi lb ; sales 559 bales, ordinary to good or
dinar/ being quoted at 26327: low middling 27>? ;
middling 28c fl Hs.
On Monday the staple was easier and prices de?
pressed, (actors asking 23c. fl lb for middliags and
bujorb offering 27c; bat tho sales, -which war? about
350 biles, wore on terms which showed at lbs close
soase 27}?c. fi lb for this grade, quotations being
rather nominal at 2?'-?2G,-*?c fi lb for ordinary lo
good ordinary; 27c. fl lb for low middlings, 27iaC.fi
lb lor middlings.
On Tnesday the market opened at about 27c. for
low middlings, became slightly firmer on receipt o f
New Torie dispatches, but closed quiot; sites 550
bales, quotat ons being nominal at 25?2G 'Xe. fl lb
tor ordinary to good ordinary; 27 for low midd Ung*
and 27,'?c. for middlings.
On Wednesday tho staple was fir.ner, mostly is
the lower grades, which formed tko buk ol' thc
salo*, and prices improved H&Ht, fi lb ; sales 600
lales, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 26$
27\', low middling 17J?- and middling 28c. fi lb.
Yesterday tho maket opened firmer, aud some
transactions in the lower qualities showed u<. im?
provement; but as ihe day advanced the market be?
came quiot, and buyers operated at thc rates ol' tho
day before; sales 675 bales, say 42 at 23; 10 at 26; 31
at 264,; 80 at2G>?; 33 atSG-Bj; Cl at 27; 4 at 27!,';
152 at 27A?; 17at27<?; 113at27i?; llat2t<;i'; 5 at
28ti;6at29; ll Zipporah at 3C; 2doat32>?, and 5
do at 33c. fi lb. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.26 ?271;
By New York classification we quote :
Low middling.28 @
SHA ISLAND COTTON.-Tho arrivals of this quality
of the fibre have been moderate, and were 333 bags
of soi islands and Floridas, against 301 bags last
week, and 72for the corresponding peno l last year.
Wu ile the marka t has boen characterized by rather
leas activity, thoro bas bacn a fair inquiry and prices
have been firm. We note sales or about 250 bags of
Sba i- lauds and Floridas for thc woek, arnon; which
were 7 stained at Soc; 5 sea islands at 73; 2 at 80; 8 at
82;latf6;15at90;4al93; SI at SI; 3 at tl 05; 6 at
$110; Sat il 15; 14 at $120; 9 at $1 25; 1 at ?1 30; of
Floridas, 2 at 81 ; 5 at 86; 48 at SI. Wc quote: Com?
mon to medium sea islands at C5@85c; medium to
fine at 9f?c@$l 10. and fine and choice at SI 15?1 30
ard upwards -fl lb.
RICt.-The receipts of Carolina rou^h were very
limited, and probably did not exoeed some 10 UO0
bush? ls tor thc week. With a steady and well -us
tained inquiry tho market has been fairly acliv -, and
there wa-, a steadily advancing tendency in the at ti?
de. Wo cote .ales of aoout 1000 tierce* of clean
Carolina for the week, arno'g which wore tho fol?
lowing lots and prices, say 60t:croo? al8cfilb;10
a' 8>fi ; 45 at 8?i ; 49 at ->?; 180 ;.t 8%; 341 at BX; 37
at 8 '3-10: 143 at 3%; 42 at 8 13-16, aud li lie roes at
9c fl lb. We quote common to lair olean Carolina
at -i VC? tv? o fi lb ; suod 8J?'????3c fi lb. Caroliua
rou; li may ie quoted at 81 75@2 10 tor interior, and
$2 I06v2 25 for tea-coast. We note silos of 3 00 bush?
els ol sea-ooast rough at $2 25 fi bushel.
t NAVAL STORES.-There have been received about
350 bbls naval sit res. sales ofspir.ts turpentine
have takcu place at 48>?c io small lots. No 2 rosin
has bold at SI 90a2 tor ex'ra No 2. Crude turpentine
may be quoted at $2 75 for vl-?.ln.
BAY.-The recelp s bavo been abou1 360 bolos of
Eastern, and wo nota sales of th is quality at $1 35 to
SI 40 from Ihe wharf. North River ironi store is
held at $1 25.
CORS.-Tho market was lather firmer for Ihis ar?
tic e and jobbing lots of Tennessee are held at $112
@115 fi bu-hel, we'ght, bags included, wi?i rather
a bettet inquiry for plantaUon purposes. The ar?
rivals havo b en limited to light receipts Dy rai),
and a cargo of2000 bushels o'prime white from Balti?
more. A part of Uie asi was told at ?110 fi bushel,
OATS.-A cargo of 2000 bushels came to hand
from Baltimore, bot had not been fold; it waa held
at 96c fy bushel, weight, bags included.
FLOUR-The market has been supplied with a
good assortment of Northern and Western qualities.
Prices have had an easier tendency and we quote,
say for Northern and Western super $6 76 fy bbl
oxtri $7 2C@7 76 ? bbl, and family at $S@9 60 fy bbl
extra iamily and choice may be quoted at $10@12 fl
bbl. Southern brands are in light supoly and are
held at $9 25^ 9 50^ bbl for super. $10gl0 50 for
extra,and$ll@12 for family. Campsen's city mille
is held at $9 60 fy bbl for soper, $10 50 for extra, and
$12@12 50 for extra and choice family.
BACON.-There is a moderate stock in the hands
of dealers, which is held at firm and advancing
rates in consequence of thc very stiff position of the
article in all the leading markets. We quote prime
shoulders at 16>ic fy lb; rib sides at 18J?c; clear
rib at 19,Uc fy lb. Dry f alted shou Jders are selling
16c, and clear sides at 18c; bellies at 17>jc, and prime
strips at 19.4c fy ft.
? JtUGAR AND MOLASSES.-Several cargoes of the
new crop of Cuba have lately leen received, and
there have boen ?ome transactions, par , howaver, on
terms which did not transpire. We note a good in?
quiry atl2>?@lS??c ?? ft for grocery sugars, and 47
@50c$ gallon tor clayed molasses. The first sargo
of the new crop Cuba was sold some days Bince by
Messrs. J. A, Ecslow A Co. at COS 52c.
BU IT ER. -Prime Ooshen, of which there is a
moderate stock, may be quoted at 45@48 cts. fy ft.
Western and other low grades sell at ?0(?l?c. fy ft,
as in quality.
SALT.-We note arrivals of about 3000 sacks direct
by steam, which was sold to arrive. Jobbers are
holding Liverpool at S2 10 from the wharf and f2 20
@2 25 from store. Syracuse salt is selling at $2 C5
t>) sack from store.
INDIA B AGGISG.-The demand is very limited
Wo quote 20,4@21}ic fy yard, nominal. Dundoo bag?
ging, 44 inches, IJ4* lbs. for the yard, is held at 30@
35c. Sea island baggincr, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. for
the yard, is held at G0?65 cents.
ROPE.-Ibo demand for rope is moderate, and
prices ore somewhat nominal at quotations. Wo
quote hemp at - cents fy lb. ; grcenleaf at 10 cents,
and jute at 8,4(39 cents fy pound.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, aro offcwl on the market, and
they are in active demand at 7a8c fy ft.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-1 here is a modera
6tock of this article, and wo quote river flor. -
ing boards at $13 fy M.; scantling and plan
$10?12 fy M.; timber of shipping and good mll>
qualities there ls a light supply on the marice,
and may be quoted at $11(512 fl M. Common ic
selling at $5?6 fy M.; and city sawed lumber at
$20?^5 fy M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool by steam arc depressed
and we quote 7-16d on upland", and %d on sea island;
bj sail, somewhat nominal, but ?-i?.l ou uplands, and
}?d on sou islands hss been accepted to fill up. To
Havre nominal. To the West Iudies, Cuban porta
north side, on lumber, $9 00 in gold, and $10
south side. Coastwise-To New York by steam
Ko fy ]!) on uplands, and lc. cn rca islands,
$2 fy tierce on rice; by sail, S2 fy btilc on up?
lands, and $1 50 fy tierce on rice; on boards
$9 fi M, on resawed lumber $10 fy M., m timber
S10. To Boston, by steam, via Ballimore, lc. fy iS?
on cotton and - fy tierce on rice; by soil S-1C@
*?c fy ft oa cotton, S12 00 ti M. on resawed lumber
and $13 00 fy M. on timber. To Philadelphia, Jfc,
fy ft ou upland cotton by steam and -c. fy
lb by rail; on flooring boards $9 fy M.; on re
sawed lumber. $10; ou timber, S12 50 fy
lo Baltimore, by steam, cotton |?c. ; rice
tierce, $1 75 ; phosphates, fy 2000 lbs., $4 i
packages, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
'?'. M SSfelO, as in size; wheat fy bushel 12c, in sacks
By this line to Philadelphia on cotton, *
rice fy tierce $2 00 ; phosphate per ton,
in packages. To Louisville. Ky., on rice, 75c. fy
hundred. To CincinnaU 55c. To St. Louis 8!ic,
By sail on boards and scantling, hence to Baltimore
?8; ou lum ber $10; phosphates $5.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was nominal at H7X tor sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Thc banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York 4 dis., G days }? discount
They are selling sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
36, cud selling at 37.
Marketa by Telegraph.
rOE El ON MARKETS.
LONDON, January 23-Neo?.-Consols 93.!-; ; bonds
75,4. Turpentine :t3s. Tallow 47s 3d.
Two P. M.-Bonds and stocks quiet.
I-rvnitroOL, January 28-Noon.-Calton quiet and
steady. Uplands ll?.dall>?d; Orleans llfcdallJid.
Two P. M.-Salea of cotton estimated at 12,000
bales. Tallow 46s 9J.
HAVRE, January 28.-Cotton unchanged.
NEW YORK, January 28.-Noon_Stocks steady
Money easy at 7. Sterling 9&. Gold 36,4. 62'8,
13J?- Cotton Qrm at 28Jia29 cents.
Evening.-Cotton quiet aud firm; sales 2100 bales
at28?4i29c. Flour dull; State and Western tuper
fine, te *5aG 85; .Southern dull; common to fair ex?
tra, $608a7 16. Wheat declining. Corn Umhang d.
Poik lower at $30},'?S1. Lard, 2 Iii c. Whiskey, $1.
Groceries firm. Turpentine GCa57e. Itosin, tl 60
8 50. Freights quiet Money abundant at 6:i7 per
cent Sterling, 94. Geld. 38.4'. Southern securi?
ties firmer; Tennessee, new, 07,4. Stocks ac ive.
BALTIMORE. January .8.-Cotton quiet at t?8.4.
Flour in Improved deinuud and firm. Win at scarce.
Coru dull-white ?>5?8S. Oats prime 75. Rye
55. Turk $32. Shoulders 15.4al5.4'.
CINCINNATI, January 28 - Provisions Himer. Meis
prrk$31. Lard 20. Whiskey 9C.
WILMINGTON, N. C., January ?8.--Spirits turpen?
tine active at 63c. Rosin quiet; No. I ?3. Turpen?
tine uer.ve ut $2 30a3 S ?. lar firm at ?2 85. Cotton,
micl?ling? held above 27.4c.
ACCOSTA, CA., January 28.-Colton quiet sud eas?
ier. Kales 3^9 belles. Receipts 1100 bales. Mtcltlliugs
26 .'ja 27c.
KAVANNAJI, January 28-Cotlon opened with a
good Inquiry; rales G56; middling 21 !?;?~i??; receipt*
1531 ; exports co-stwiso 1230.
MCB:L-\ January 28. - Coton dui!- middlings
nominally 27??; sales ll'; receipt? 7P0; exports nono.
NEW OHLEANS, Januuiy 28.-Cotton dull and a ,4
lower; middling 21)4; B;iluR 2300; rerripts .?379; ex?
ports 1019. Gold 37,4. Stcrllpg 49,4; commercial
48}<a49; sight exchan^o on Ne v York ,4 discount.
Sugar ard molasses firm and unchanged.
WILMINGTON, January 27-6 P M.-TUMKN.
TINE-Is in demand, and mariel steady, hales of
113 bbls at $3 40 for soft, and $2 25 for hard, fy 280
Fpmrrs TURPENTINE-Market rather firmer, witb
sales ot 260 bbls at 52 cents per gallon. Sales airo of
135 bbls, deliverable on Monday next, at 52. 52 Kc.
ROSIN-I? qu'et. Subs of lt 00 bbls city distilled
at $2 tor strained.
T'R -78 bbls received and sold at ?2 8C per bb',
COTTON.-Markot Himer, and price ashade higher.
Sales of 66 bo'os at 27 italic for uiixod grai!es-?cli>s
ing at ?74c or middling.
CORN -2000 bushels icceivod, and sold cn private
TIMBER -^ole* of 10 rafts at $5 for inferior, ?7
s$8 25 for ordinary, $11 for prime, t-itd HS 75 cor M.
I for extra mill,
Interior Co. ton Marhcts.
M*CON. January 2G-COTTON.-We hove tore
port a du'l markot to- ay-tb? bulk elsale< at 25,4
for mi ellinga thc extreme 26c. 'I hr m rho clcsed
at these fleures. Ibo receipts at ile du> aro 450
bales; shirmeniti 29 bale6; tale9 131 bt es.
ATLANI A. January 26.-COTTON-Opened at 26'.
and ad van od to2G.4; lu* unfavorable, advices fr.>m
New York riiused it to settle quiet at 0| cning pricos.
Receipts 76 bilos.
MONI OOM r RY, Januar- 26.- COTTON-7 bongo
dnll in Liverpool, ls a wh tm ne bri-k in this " arket
than on yesterday. Speculators aie lively. Market
verj firm; low middlings 25,4
CHARLOTTE, January 25-COTTON.-Sales to?
day HO bahs al 26 to 264. M arket di dining.
SELMA, January 21.-COTTON-'lhere has been
bnt l'ttlo demand; midd?nes 274$ ; sa'es 81' ba'es.
Stocka of Cotton in tho Interior Towns
not included in thc itccelpts.
Augusta. Ga..Jauuary 27
Macon, Geo.January 26
Columbus. Geo.January 25
Montgomery. Ala.Jaeatary 28
Selma. Ala.January 15|
Memphis, Tenu.January 25
Nashville, Tenn.Jauuary 23|
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KOTE.-Wo Lave deducted from Now Orleans
17,301 bales Upland, from Mobile 6003 bales, Irom
Savannah 1651 bags Sea Island and ... bales Up?
land-and from Charleston 203? bags ?ea Island and
103 bales Upland, the quantities received at thono
ports from Mobile. Florida, Texas and Stvannah.
Cttarlestoii "Wholesale brices.
BACCI Sd. '? yard
Dundee. ^ ?
Oannvtfotli. '-'J's"' 21*J
BALK ROPE, "fl ti- Manilla. - W>
Westum. 8 '" .'-.'.?
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t'l-dinary to Ciooti Ordinary. 2b 9 2i>4
Lo* Middlinj;. 27li'4 ~
Middliag to strict Middling. V3 (* 28ri
Oood Middling. - @ -
bea Island. t;8 ? l-?>?
COFFEE, V 6-Ko.' ?O ? 26
Lscuayra .I 2,1 -
lavV... .I 25 ? ?>
Wandu <'o's Ainmon'd Sol Phos. 65.00 fr) -
roir.' ) fertiliser. '"'O-0" W -
Alkaline Tuos'jbatu. 3?'.uu ? -
Uouoi'lour. 65.00 (gt -
Double Refined Pondwttc. 30.OJ ^ -
Niles' ThOHiibat.'. Cl.00 @ -
Peruviau Uuauo. V 22t0 ft<. 06.W ?J -
Pacific Ouara, ?. 2000 lbs. 65.00 $ -
Phceuix Guano. 65.00 (ej> -
Rauuh's Phosphate, 2U0u lbs... co.oo (? -
UUodcs' PhoKiiLite. V 2UO0 lb>... C5.0J @ -
Mapcs'SuperPhospbate.V 2000 lb 65.00 ? -
Zcll's Raw Rono Phosphate. 60. OO io -
Zeli's w':rer Thosphatcof Lime.. C?.UO W -
Woolbtou's Phosphate of lime..- | C5.0" (3) 69
Woolstou's VtgetBtjr, ? 20Cu lbs| 6?.00 @ -
Crcaedale's Ueu. hupcr-Phoc net 00.00 (a) 60
Bowers'Complete Mauure, uet... GO.00 (?i O?
t-nr.iy s PhoBpho l'l-ruviiin, ciieh. C5.00 (?) 00
hardy's Pacific Guano, cash. ?O.oO (t? 0?
FLOCK, fi bbl-SupC. . 6.75 @ -
Northern and Weateru Rxlra., 7.a6 ? 7.7?
Baltimore Rxtra. - ? -
Suuthcru-Raper. 9-2S ? 9 G0
I'xtja .10-00 Qi 10.60
GRAIN-ITaryland Oata, 9 buMic!. 85 Ce) ?0
Western Oats, tl bashel. 85 (ul -
Corn, fi bushel. to 1.15
r'fyil'. fl cwt.-North i?ver. 1.25 (cu -
Cistern.: ?-35 ? -
..UHHEH, ti M. loci- |
Clcuir White i'... -, l=t ijuality.60.00 i-.o5.00
White Pine, good ruu.83.CO (n VI.00
yellow Pine.?.?0 H ^.^
Boards, V- M. ieet-KoujO!.U'-?-U? &15.03
Grooved and'ion2ued....|23.?0 ?32.00
VELASSES. ^Ballon-Cuba.I 47 ? ?2
Muscovado.1 - ty
Sugar Houe.! M J? l-0?
New Orleans. - ? -
,V.? VIL ST?RtiS, hui-Tar.... - fe) -
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Rosin, Pa:-.." - ? -
Rosin, Ni?. 1.1 2-.o W --OJ
Bosin,Ko. 2. }-T fi -.co
Bokin. No. .? 1-75,/!' ~
Su:?:t?Tjiventice,Rallen.... | -
OJ ur .-?tr.. I 16 M. -
PULS- AniCUfttn, 4?20d, ?kcg..! 5.50 ? 7.00
PO WD ER-^ n roo t's, F. V. F. g.... I C. 70 ?
Duj.onl's, i-.F.K.I ???? ? .
Dnpoui'a, Bla-ting.I *-2i? t?
. Bacon, Uiims, w ?. ~v
Bacon, bides.I Vt?"" uT
Bacon. Shoulders. *5 -
Bacon, Strips. - g ~
Lard, in keg. - W -
Rutter . 35 H 60
oh??e... lc ? 80
Potatoes, fl bbl. - ? -
apples. - g -
W???-Caroll2.i, fl lb. Vif 9
East India....".,..' ? ^ Ci n ?
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, fl sack.. 2.10 (fi 2.26
Liverpool, One. - W -
SUGAR, fl lb-Kaw. 1J ? 1*
Porto Rico.?. " f "
Mu6cova#'.,.:.. 13 9 lo
Comparative Exporte ot Cotton, fro an
the Port ot Cbarlcston.
Other Brinah Ports.
BRA ISL um.
Tatal to Great Britain...
Other i rencb Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
fouth of Europe.
West Indies, kc
Total Foreign Ports.
Bhodo Island, -c.
Baltimore and Nor' ilk_
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Exports of Klee. Naval Stores and l>nn>
oer from tile Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to Jannary 28, 1869
Other U. S. Ports..
S. STOHEP.I LUMBER.
Il ar col ona.
Majorca J: a Market
St Johns, N B...
Lon signets per som ti t molina it a m omi
488 bales Cotton, 67 biles Domestics, 6C8 bushels
Grain, 20 bbls Naval Stores, 1 cor Lumber, 4 cars
Stock, 410 sacks Bron. To Bailroad Agf nt. Mowry
k Co, Ravenel & Co, GW wil iam> k Co, Wardlaw ft
Carew, L L> DeSaussuro. Pelzer, Rod,'srs k Co, E J
Wiss, Reeder ft Davis, Brodie k t'o, We-it k Jones.
Campsen ft Co. B O'Neill, C F Lubs, steuhousa ft
Co. Goldsmith k Sous, J B E Sloan, Frost k Adger, J
D Aiken k Co. Graoscr, Leo, Smith k Co, J R Prin?
gle, Cobon, Htinckel k Co, W C Ccurtney k Co, R
Mure k Co, Bowie k Moise.
Consignees per Northeastern ICallroad
66 bales Colton, boxes Tobacco, Mdse, Ac. To L
Coum k Co, W K Ryan, Kirkpatrick k Witte, Uhax
ton, C & Co. Frost ft Aitgcr, Kavencl ft Co. Clng
horn. BerriDg & Co. J F O'Neill k Son, G W Wil?
liams & Co. G W Clark & Co, J H Kells, Railroad
Consignees per Charleston anal Savan?
nah Railroad, Jannary 28.
Cotton, Ric?, Potatoes and Mdso. To J T Kana<
pnnx, Roper k ? toncy, C Haines, W S Harley, L
DvSaii68ure, Poker, Rodgers k Co, R Adger, Clacius
.v. Witto, W 0 Pce k Co, J A Qtuckenbasli, G H Wal?
ter k Co, J Apple.
Per steamship Magnolia, for Now York-L R Gil
bert, J T Holmes, I Woodbuiy, General and Mrs
Martin, Dr Smith, tl E Pinnrcc, Mrs R Wilson, H R
Rutledge. George Off, ? E Waring, H Leland, Jacios
A Bowie. J E Baker, alary Heckendon. L O Gibson
B H Jackson, B Font, B Joues, T W Keyes, J G
Per steamship Charleston, from New York-F
Arthur, C A Schultz, Bev S Remington, wilo and
ahlld, S C lieiniiigf?n, F S Coughlan. H S Quletby,
L Richardson. L Carde, O Ba lesen. C '1 hempson,
Smith, J Boberta, c W Parmcnler, J Baldwin. AS
Dunham, G Beordou. T H Dtwees, C S Dunham
W bowo, Mrs A Denham, 8 W Williams. G Bobin
son, V Henri, M Mean, V Stroushaai, P Camillas
and ll in steerage.
Per steamer City Point, from Palotka. via Jackson
ville. Fernandina and savannah- E Jennings, P
McNamara, - Hughes, - Taylor. A K Unser. M
Bier, P Q Van Vranken, J N Shuman, Mr Benton
and lu dy, R Cameron. Q L Silverstein, R Duran, S E
Robbins. A Clarke. J ? Condit, - Munro, J J stoney
W Lawton, A K Miller, and 10 on deck.
Port of Charleston. January 39.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
Last Quarter, .'tb, 1 hour, 2 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 12lli, 1 hour, 33 minutes, evening.
First Quarter. 20tu, 7 honra. 6 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 27th, 8 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
nrsES. I SETS.
25 AIOUUUT_) 7.. 1
26 Tuesday....I 7.. 0
CTi Wednesday.! 7.. 0
28 Thursday...j 0..59
29 Friday.j c..59
3D I Saturday... j u..68
G. .31 ;
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-left
7 ueednv. P M. Mdse. 1 o J Adger A Co. J E Adger
k Co, Kidlroad Agent. C D Ahrcns ft Co. D A Ammo,
J D Aiken k Co, W M Bird k Co, W J Bennett, X M
i .ristoll, W il Chufo k Co, J Campssn k co. G W
Clark fe Co, J Tommi.is, T M Cater, Clacius A Witte,
Cameron, Barkley k Co, D H Chamberlain, C D Carr
k Co, l'euny k Perry, M Drake, Edderton k Bich
ard*. D F Fleming & Co, J a Fuirly k Co, Forsyth.
ilcC mb ft fe, J H Grav.r 4: Co, C G'OVcloy, A G
Goodwin, i gent, G H Grubor, U Gerdts k Co, Hart
k Co, ll ?I Hillen. N A Hunt. 0 Hickey, F Hersey, S
Jiucovtcb, Jeffords k Co, Jcnumg*, Thomlinsoo k
Co, Kriete k Chapman, Klin k. Wi< keubeXR k Co, fi
K.rnson. Jr. Kia-mau Bros, Kiuem-n k Bowel), D
Lo pei ft bon, U J-itschgt. G J Lutin, tauioy .V Alex?
ander, J Maloney, S lt -Marshall W liarse har, J G
l?lnnr k Co, W McLean Marshall & Bur^c, J C
Overman. B O'Neill. D O'Neill, l'olzor, Uodtfoia ii
Co, W K Pondon, Kev A I Po. tor, D Paul k Co. J A
Quackonbush. J Russell, J Eavcucl, J N Roosou, J
E Spe r. .-ouilicru 1 x irtss Co. u W Stoffons k Co, tl
b Sb d lard A. Co. Sirauss k Vance, J V 'taylor * Co.
O lidimiu, J B 'lojiiii, J W Withers, F Wcbinau,
A s Willingtou k co, W ti Whiklen, Ord. r, and
Sehr Alexander Yoong, Young, Philadelphia-0
days. Cool and Mdse To U F Baker k Co. Adorns.
Damon k Co, tl W Aimar, Cameron. Barkley k Co, J
B Duval A: son, J M Easoii ft Brother, MoDuff Co
hen, W L Wobb. A Tobias' eons, U W Williams A Co,
Hut At Co, W L Lawson, s lt Marshall, Dowio k
Moi.-o, Charleston Gas L'ght Company, H K atro
iieckcr, W C Paddon, <: P I'oppenbeim, J U Murray,
j k I Gel ty, G W ?teffens k Co, Jeffords k Co, Or?
der, and otbers.
Sehr Constitution. Smith. New York-G days.
Guauo. To W Boach ft Co, J Tuon>v, and others.
Sehr Ann Louisa, lrom Cooper River. 1600 bush?
els Rouah Bice. To J ll Pringle.
sehr Kmmi, Magrath, t ombahec. 2000 bushels
Rough Rice 'i o W C Bee k Co.
Steamer City Point, McNolty, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, Savannob, kc. 62 bales Cotton,
4UG sacks cotton seed, ifr; bb's Syrup, icc To J I)
Ailtiu k Co, lt I WaUicr, Mantoue & Co, Kirkpatrick
k Witte, Cohen, Latiekcl fe Co, W M Lawtou, Jrost
k Adger, G U InRr.him fe son, Bart k Wirf h. W B
Willama k -oi.tr W William? fe Co, X Tupper fe
sons, A J Sahnas Hopkins, McPherson fe Co, Kave?
ncl ft Co, F E SouroJor. A ,-eckendor'', Bollmann
Bri'S. T H fe W Dowees, screveti ft Nisbet, C Voigt,
U D Franck . J Archer. Jeffords k Co. M Luurs, J
W Hers, P W alsh, I'yruo ft Fogartie. H Bischoff A
Co. H Gerdts ft Co, J C t-eeecr. L U Darlington, J
Furcusou, It-ilrnad Aj,eut, Crone, Boylston k Co, G
Kleina, Budd ft Blake.
stoup George, from Sante -. 820 bushels Rough
K ce To G ll Insralioin ft son.
>loop-wan from PJU Pon. 860 bushels Bough
F.iou. i o G ll It.grah m & "00.
>'oop froui foui er River. -.OOO bushels Dough
Bien. To w Gurney.
Kishbume's fin t om st-mo. 10CO bushels B.<ngh
Rica, 'lo Cohen, Hanckolft Co.
Steamship Magnolia, Cr well, Kew York-Ravsnol ft
Sehr Willi" Martiu, CollL r, Cardenas and a Market
J A Enslow ft Co.
Steamship Ma^uolla, Crowoll. New ?ork,
Sehr A L Morgan, Morgan, Bar.i oa.
Sehr A Lawreuco. Ober, Providence, R L
l'.-oia this Port.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, Jan 25.
British bark Black Brothers, Perry, Philadelphia,
Sehr Jessio u Leech, Stafford, Georgetown, S C, Jan?
Up for thia Port.
SchrMyrover, Brown, at New York. January 25.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at Boston. January 25.
6ehr S I Baker, Brewster, at Baltimore, Jauuary 20.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Sea Gul!, Dutton, at Baltimore, Jan 26.
Sailed for this Port.
Echr Shiloh, Hubbard, from Baltimore, Jan 26.
Sliipncws by Telegraph.
QCTENSTOWN, January 28-Arrived, the City of]
New York. 1
LoHPoaDmr, January 25-Arrived, tte North
Borrow, January 38-Arrived, the Jeannette.
Nsw YOES, January 28-Arrived, the Alabama.
SAVAJTSAH, January 28-Arrived, the bark Larrfb
lighter from New York.
Cleared, steamship Hermana Livingston for New
York; the Fannie fer Bal tim ere.
Weather cool and clear. Wild southwest.
I.IST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED ?ND SAILED FOR THIS POM
The Edith Wheeler, np..Jan 2
British brig Cecilia, Burrup, sailed.Jan 6
Ship Pacific, Foss, sailed.Jan 4
British ship Charleston, Cochrane, sailed.Jan 15
Spanish brig Pastora,-, sailed.Dec 22
Sehr Sarah A Hammond. Wiley, up.Jan 8
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Jan 25
Sehr Atalanta, Lebby, sailed.'..Dec 18
NEWPORT, B L
Sehr Eva N Johnson, Johnson, sailed.Jan 15
Sehr Myiover, Brown, up.Jan 25
Behr J S Lt?, Carr, cleared.Jan 23
behr Vraie, -. up.Ja i 22
Sehr Franklin, Swain, up.Jan la
Sehr N W ?Smith, looker, cleared.Jan 26
?>ciir Kandsakeag,-, up.jan 22
Sehr Henry Harteau, Jones, cleared.Jan 22
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.Jan 19
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, to leave.Jan 29
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, cleared.Jan 26
Sehr Siiiloh, Hubbard, sailed.Jan 25
sehr b T Balser, Brewster, up.Jan 26
Li ST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, January 28.
VXJCILS UNDER 100 TONS, AND BTEAMZB8 COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Go'don Horn, - tons, Blaeklln, at Kerr's wharf,
from Liverpool, uischarging-R Mure & Co.
S ta ti ra (Dr), 862 tons. Way. at Vanderhors t's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W 0 Bee k Co.
Champion, 1118 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger k Co.
Charleston, 1226 tons, Berry, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-J Adger k Co.
Scottwood (Br), TIS tous, Yeaman.at Boyce's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure & Co.
Pedro Plandolit (Spanish), 824 tons, Amengua!, at
Atlantic wharf, for LiverpooL looding-W P HalL
Gorilla (Br), 756 tons, Jones, at Atlantic wharf, from
Liverpool, walting-R Mure k Co.
Richard III, 065 tons, Wood, at Accommodation
whan, from Liverpool, wailing-Master.
Muscoupus (Br), 701 tons, Groves, at Boyce's wharf,
from 1 iverpool, writing-R Mure k Co.
Amelia, 688 tons, Borebam, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, waiting-Patterson k Stock.
Graham's Polley, 759 tons, Burge**,at Atlantic wharf,
from Antwerp, waiting-Patterson k Slock.
Borneo (Br), 705 tons. Card, at Boyce & Co's
wharf, ior Liverpool, loading-It Mure kCo
Lizzie H, 896 tons, spring, at Brown k Co's> wharf
for Liverpool, loo mg-Street Bro6 k Co.
Gauss (N G), 655 tons, Cluver, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-G A Hopley At Co.
Monneguash (Bn, 621 tons, Murray, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-R Mure k Co.
W G Putnam (British), 700 tons Rickard, at Atlantic
wharf, foi Liverpool, loading-Willis k Chisolm.
Olimpia (Spanish), 481 tons. Pous, at Brown's wharf,
from Clenfuegos, wailing-W P Hall.
Agra i Uri i?h), 00 tons, Fullmore, at Vandeihorst's
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-Ravcuol k Oo.
Ka,'ima Fonder (Danish), 364 tons. Erogh, at Atlan?
tic wharves, lor Liverpool, loading-Willis k
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, Cook, in the Stream, from
Stranrean, Scotland, walting-R Mure k Co.
Ciscar (spanish), 2G1 tons, Oliver, at Marsh's wharf,
for La reel ona, loading- W P Hall.
Pensativo (Fpantsh). 211 tons, Vails, at Bor.nett's
wharf for Barcelona, loading-P J Esnaid.
Hampden, 150 tun?. Gatt, at Palmette wnarf, fer
Wost Indies, loading-J A Enslow ic Co.
Enrique (Spanish), 194 tons, Maduena, at Onien
wharf, irom Cienl'ucgos, walting-Mordecai k
Marta (Spanish!, 166 tens, Font, at Palmetto wharf,
from Havana, walting-J A Enslow k Co.
Morey (Spaulsb polaerei, 250 tons, Vidal, at Brown's
wharf, for Barco oua, loading-W P HalL
Rosalia ( - panish polacro), 689 toni, Mascavo, at UaiOB
wh-rl, from Havana, waiting-P J Bsnard.
Joven Cai-HOiita (Span), 103 tons, Re?dos, at Brown
k Co'n w?ar?. fi caa Cienfuegos, waiting-W P
W M Ni sh (Br), 124 tons, McBride, at Brown k Co's
wbart, fro? t ardenas, dischargiag-W P Hall.
Baltimore Br), - tons. Viadello, at Accommodation
wharf. Hum Cardenas, discharging-Riait/ k
H N Squiro, 307 tons. Chafe, in Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading-Master.
Willie Martin, 162 tons. Collins, at Palmetto wharf,
for West Indies, loading-J A Enslow ic Co.
Josiah Whitehouse, 270 tons. Jones, tn Ashley River,
far New York, loading-J A Enslow k Ce.
Mattie E Taber, 234 toas, Dook, in Ashley River,
for New York, loafling-J A Euslow k Co.
C E Raymond, 309 tons, Higgins, at Adger's wharf,
for Boston, ready-Wm Roach k Co.
Wm Jones, 145 tons. Keen, in Ash'cy River, for Bal
timera, leading-Olney k Co.
Nellio Carr, 138, Lansill, in Ashley River, for West
ladies, loading-Risley & Creighton,
fiebert Caldwell, 460 tons, Hc'tormic't, at Adger's
wharves, for New York, loading-W Roach k Co.
E H Farcer, 318, Cebb, in Ashley River, for Phila?
delphia, loadldg-H F Baker A: Ce.
Anna E Glover. 298 tons, Tony, at Brown's wharf,
for Boston, leading-T '1 upper k Sons.
A Q Ireland. 285 ton.-. Townsend, in Ashley River,
for "altimore, lojditw-Wm Roach is co.
Lilly. 412 tons. Francis, at Adger's wharf, from Nsw
York, discharging - W Roach k co.
S * E f er.ou, 122 tout, strewn, at Adger's wharf, fer
Boston, loading-W Reach At Co.
Sarah Cnlltu, 254 tens. Avis, at Union wharf, for Bos?
ton, Inadine-Courlensy Ac Trrnholm.
Ernaline ( Br), 116 tons, Dodge, ut Union wharf, fresa
J W Maitland. 176 tons, Laigh'on, in Ashley River,
for New York, loading-J A ?nslow * Co.
Ada A Andrews, 267 tons, Hobbins at Kerr's wharf,
(rem Baltimore, discharging-Matter.
Alain '1 bornas, 400 tons, Rodgers, at Cen irai wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker ic Co.
Gerti- Lewis, - ton?, Hodr.don, at Brown k Co's
wharf, from Ballimore, discharging-Ssroven
AleiAuder Young. - tons. Young, at C ?nlral wharf,
from Philadelphia, diach irjjiug-li P Baker At
Constitution, - tons. Smith, in thc Stream, from
New York, ja-t arrived-W Ro ch k Co.
Drugs, ?cumuls, Ctr.
FOB THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
EOil THE 8ICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE
??M) BITTERS EUC AL TO TIIKM. JJ*
TUE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
mads of PORE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOT6, sc
well known tn Pharma: y :
PERUVIAN BARK. CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT. UBERRY BARK,
And Mich other HKRBrf AND ItOOTS as will in all
cases assist Digestion, promote tho secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD. MALE AND FEMALE!
AU Usc It AV i tli Wonderful Succ?s
TO THIS PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CDRE3 FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask lor SUMTER Bi HE P.S. Sold by Druggist!
4&-hce that our signature is over the cork of each
bottle. DO WIE ?f MOISE,
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DR?8GI8T?,
August 6 6mo* Charleston, S. 0
NORTHEASTERN RAILK?iO COI
bT/PEBINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ?
CHARLE-iTON, S C.. January 25,1869. J
FBOM AND A Pl ER THB FIRST FEBRUARY
ensnlDg the chante for Freigut on Go ano and
other Fertilizers, fro ai Charleston to any station on
the < horaw and Darlington Railroad, will be reduced
to TWENTY CENTS FER ONE HUNDRED POUNDS.
. S. S. SOLOMONS,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHASLZSXOM, 8. C., March 26, 1868. |
ON AND AFTER SUl'DAY, MARCH 29m, TH1
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. IC
Arrive at Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Connecting with brains for Monte ornery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.,.C.JO A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.60 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. V,
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.46 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville
and Kew Orleans, via Grand Junction. A
l eave Augusta.:.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS. M
Leave Charleston.6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
SlMMERVILLE i HAIN. -
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.*. 6.16 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M..
Arr. vc at Charleston.8.36 A. M
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdayt.
Leave Ringville.2.2U P. M.
Arrivent Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.6.10 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.7.40 A. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Supennten. mt
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD.
CHANGE OP 8CELEDDLE.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
ATLANTIC AND GULF lt AILROAD, J
SAVANNAH, Od OBER 28, 1868. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
TRAINS ON THIS ROAD will runas follows,
commencing with 7 P. M. Train:
KIOHT EXPltESS TEATS.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 r M
Arrive at Live Oak at.S 20 A ic
Arrive at Jacksonville at.7 30 A M
Leave Jacksonville (Sundays excepted) at.. ..7 15 P ic
Leave Live Oak at.ll 40 p ic
Arrive at Savannah (Mondays excepted) at. ..8 OB A ic
DAT TUA IN.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 A K
Arrivo at Bambridge at.10 2G"P M
Arrive at Live Oak ot.5 30 pst
Arrive at Jacksonville at.1 30 ilt
Arrive at Tallahassee at.12 67 A ac
Arrive at Quincy at.316 A ic
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted) at.7 00 r ir
Leave Quincy at.8 27 A M
Leave Tallahassee at.10 45 A ic
Leave Jacksonville at.1018 A x
Leave Live Oak at.7 io A M
Arrive at Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.. .6 00 p ic
Passengers to stations west of Lawton and Live
Oak toke Day Train from Savannah.
Passengers from Bainbridge connect at Lawton
with inpress Train for savannah at 2 89- A M.
Passengers from iallaliassue by Doy Train connect
at Live O th with Express Train lor Savannah at ll 40
Sleeping Carson Expreso Trains.
No change between Jacksonville and Savannah on
Express Ira in.
Steamers leave St Marks for New Orleans, Apa?
lachicola and Pensacola every Friday.
Leave St. Mirks for Havana, Key West, Cedar Keys
and Hampa every Wednesday.
Stearne's leave Jacksonville for Palatka, Enter?
prise and all points on thc St John's Biver every
Sunday and Wednesday at 9 00 A. M.
H. 8. HAINES.
November 2; Imo General Saperintendent.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Carnot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN 6. CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
. . (205 Broadway, New York.
Principal J m C]l?StDVLtJSt phila>
Warehouses j108Bank St., Cleveland^
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 _ly*
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For Sale by Druggists Everywhere?
July 28 D*o ly*