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THE DAILY NEWS.
A Koa Dirge.
There are cr ti in things-ot* a eoMicr, a ghost,
Tho income tax. com, an umbrella for throe
Tbst I bate; hn? the thins that I hate the most
Is a thing they call the Ma.
Ii you like coff-e ?nth mod for dregs.
A decided hint cf rait in your toa,
And a fishy tasto iu the very eggs,
By all mettnti choose the sea.
And if, wiia these dainties to drink and ett,
You pivfer not a vestige of grass or tree.
And s rbronic state of wot in your feet,
Then I recommend the sea.
Once I met a friend in the street.
With wile, and nurse, and chiidreL- three
Never again ?nch a sipht may I meet
As that party from the sea 1
Their looks were sullen, their steps were slow ;
Convicted felons they seemed to bo.
"Are you going toprlson, dear friend ?" '"Oh, no !
4 We're returning-from the seal"
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liour John M. Jr McCants, Thom
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Ahern, Patrick Sons, claus UoHlhcse, W
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Banks, Henry a Kelson, A
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Becker,F W Grant, loomis Owoom, Wm W
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. Brady. Patrick, gar On-ill, Benry
Briokwell. P Has edt B Orcutt L
Brennan, James Bal). Wilburn B Paine. Master
Brandt, Joh Carl Harrison, Oeo W Theodora
Brown. J 1 aeo H'gcins, Capt?1- Palmateer. Latin
Brown, H B nathan Pi.iknoy.Wiliing
Brown, William Humphries, Jas ton
J J Powers, Jesrey
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ry Jackson, John 8
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Callaghan, Batt Johnson, Bev Srhiom. Charles
Carr, Thos McG Som! Schw?r?. Herrn
Ch ad bo urn. Jas Jordan, Wiley Morass
B k Co Junve. Fritz Schroder, B B
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Ch apia, M irion Kelly, 'thomas Friedrich
.Choate. Capt D L Kidd. Edward b Schnerlie, J (for
dark. Edwin a Sons Margaret)
Cochrane, Daniel Klenck. T F Schweck, Jno B
0 Enester, George Sires, Edw O
Connor, WP King-street No Smdzer. Wm
Cook, Joseph 600. to the in- Smith, E A
Collins, M B mates of Smith, Franklin
Cokes, D * Co Krehjer, A W Smith, R C
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j Deming, Geo B Meredith.Gtlmor Thomnson. Jo
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Boch?r, John B George as
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?tear Morris, J N G
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r Fash, W K Moore, Lewis Wobb, T Rivera
. Jbemand.W Morgan, Capt J Wooster. Charles
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; Ferali, Robert Mowsdlea, John Wctlherspoon,
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..nek, Joseph m lah Wiaabow, Lieut
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Fleming. Robert Y Willi ims, W R
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Export* tor the Week ending ftiursa ay
MATANZAS-Per sehr David Faust-71,600 feet
BOSTON-Per sehr E B Nayler-377 tons Phos
' phatn R-vk_Per sehr B N Hawkins-215
bales Doland Cotton, 26 tierces Rice, 74 casks
Clay, 12 iihd" Bottles, 6 ?ases Bottles, 1 pipe
Wine, SS boxes Wine. SO bales Rags, 81 hhds
Bones V0 boxes Mdse, 170 tons Iron, Ac, 2 rolls
Matting and 1 Top Buggy.
BTOCKION. ME-Per erbr Magellan-75,000 feet
PBUVlDt?NCE. R I-Per sehr N W Megee-185.000
NEW YoRK-Per steamship Charleston-186 biles
Cotton, 25 tierceB Rice 25 casks Clay, lt bales
Yarn. 240 bbls Yt getablcs, 14 packages Sund rios.
... .Pei- steamth-p Saragossa-267 bales Upland
Cotton, ?5 bales Yarn, 159 bales Waste 41 sacks
Dried Fruit. 30 obis Molasses, 30 casks Clay, 52
emmy Barres. 107 packages Vegetables 41
Turtles... .Per steamship Champion-183 ?crees
Rice, 1S3 balea Cotton, 84 bales Yarn, 113 pk?rs
Sondrio-, 154 Empty Barrels ai d 418 pkgs
Vecetab.es_Per sehr Francis Hatch-GS.uoO
feet Pitch Pino I umber.
....Persehr Hattie Coombs-57.CO0 feci Pitch
Pine Lumber. 19.jpu feet I imber
PHILADELPHl ?-Per steamship J WEveimin-6
sacks Dry Fruit, 73 bah-1? Fain, 174 ?-ales Cotton,
13 bales Rags, 1 cale Wool, 44 tierces Rice,
40 empty rai reis. 147 casks Clav, and sundry
Paokag?s....Per sc'.r Illa Matthrwe?? 104.0UU
0C0 lect Flooring Board-', 35.000 leet 1 imber....
P<-r sehr H N Squire-140.000 leet Flooiing.
BALTIMOHF-Per steamship hes <?ull-44 tierceB
Bice 82 bales Doland Cotton, 21 bag- Rags, 15
bbls Guan?. 3 hhds Cocoanut, lt) >acks Pea .ute.
38 000 feet Flooring Boards. 60 packages Urcen
Peas, aid r-ui-dries.....Per sehr EG L-win-200
ton? Phoi-pbate Rock
A NORTHERN PORT-Per sehr Wm B Mann-120,
OOo le? t Flooring Boards.
Cousicuees per sontn Cai oil ni* Kailrourt
A prit 15.
E216 bales Cotton. 84 ba < s Dome?tics. 551 bnsbel?
rain, 03 obis Naval .?tores, 2 cars Wood. 2eirs Lum?
ber. 1 car ?t'ick. To Byroad Agenr, Pelz?T. Rod
gers k i o. Frost 4 Adger. M wry A Co, Thurston a
Holmes. W O cour'nuy, E J Wiss. G W Williams ii
Co, i? H Wa tor k Co, U Jennings k Co. W W bmi h,
B A Oh 'Z il. Hub e U Rhodas, H Gerdts k Co, Clag
born, He? ring & co. G W Steffens, JL Shepherd,
.and T B k W Dewesa.
/inane,al anb (Commercial.
Th? marleston Money Market.
TsrOBSDAY. April 16, 1869.
Tba market remains almost thc samo as at thu last
report. Th&ro was a general stagnation in business
circles, a.ul no transactions wete offecled that would
materially change the quotations. State Bank bills
have made a slight advance on previous rates. A
aa'c of $16,000 new South Carolina bonds, issued in
exchange for bills of the Bauk ot thc State, was
made at 68%. South Carolina Railroad stock, whole
abaree, 15 to 45%, halves 2?; Nortbeo:>tcrn Railroad
first mortgage bonds, 83; Charleston amt Savannah
Railroad stock 18a20. Some sales were made at the
first figure, out holders arc ftiff at 22 to 25.
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.70 ?00
Bank cf Charleston.M ?00
Bank of Chester.ll @00
I Bank of Georgetown.lt t&OO
I Bank of Hamburg. 7 @00
Bank of Newberry.QC ?00
Bank of South Carolina.IC ?00
Bank of State of sj Carolina, prior to 1861.<5 ?00
Bank of Stateof S. Carolina,after 1st Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.2 ft.00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.ll @00
Fc-raero' and Exchange Bank, Charleston..0 @00
Morchant'a Bank, Cberaw.9 ?CO
People's Bank, Charleston.73 (cc CO
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.5 gtOQ
Planters' and Mechanics' Baak, C h aries ton. 70 (a, 00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.
State Bank, Charleston.S ($00
Union Bank, Charleston....,,.93 (a,00
City ol Charleston Change Bills,.96 (?00
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.91 ?00
HONDA. STOCKS AND COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds. 70?00
City of Columbia Coupons.75 ?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
(wbolo shares).45 ?45%
South Carolina Bailroad (hall shares).22 ?00
5. U. Railroad 6ix Per Cent. Bonus.75 ?00
6. C. it. R. Seven Per Cent. B'ds.Bl ?00
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.63 (?00
City of Charleston Six Per Ct. Stock.6J ia.01
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bouds.70 ?00
Sta'tc of South Carolina Bonds (old).71 ($72
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue.
of January 1,1867).69 ?70
State of south Carobna Stock.65 @C6
State ol South Carolina Coupon?.65 @00
People's National Bank Stock.par. ?102
First National Bank Stock.tar. ?103
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Sute
guaranteed bonds.65 ?CO
Greenville and Columbia tat Mortgage
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds.83 (SOO
Northeastern R.R. 1st Coupons (past duei.00 @U0
Northeastern R.R. Certificates ot Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.21%?00
Charleston City Railway Stock.61 ???52
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).50 ?00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock. 18 ?20
City of Savannah Bonds.91 ?92
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1866).95 ?00
City nf Savannah Coupons idue after 1st
June, 1866).96 ?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock..44 ?4C
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.90 ?00
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Couoons. .93 ?00
THE CHAKLESTUM MARKKT.
(FOU THE WEEK ENDINO THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1869.1
COTTON.-Although there bas been for some
time past many elements at work calculated to lower
the price of the staple, among which arc the unpro?
fitable result of manufacturic g in England, thc con?
sequent lessening of the consumption, and tho de?
pressing effect caused by tho gonernl belief prevail?
ing outside of the cotton region that tho artiel? is at
too h gh a figure, inducir g cautious buying and a
sdnted use ot the fibre, notwithstanding the depres?
sing effect arising fr^m the operation of these i-ausee,
the staple bas continued to maintain sood prices,
and outside of tho effect of possible civil and finan?
cial convulsions its tut TO looks sound and healthy.
Prices during the period under review have been
eteadilymaintainoi, and oven sliowod a somewhat
hird eui UK tendency, the En; .isa market opeuing
at 12%d, improving to 12%d; at New York, which
commenced at 23%, tba staple stiffened to 23%@79c,
and at this point diddling upland, which began at
27%, hardened to 17??@J8C ? lb.
Ibo transactor - snd prices at Liverpool and New
York lor thc week iuvo been as follows : v. n Friday,
April 9, the (oimcr closed dullnnd uncbangod. Bolos
7000 bales, upland* 1J >-s <l-yarns and fabticsat Man?
chester reportel dull; the litter was unchanged,
sales 3610 bales at 28%c. On Saturdav, the former
was firm, but not quotabty higher, ?a'es 8CO0 bules,
uplands 12%d; the latter was firm, ealos 300o bales,
at 28%c On Monday, the former was firmer, but
not higher, sales 12.000 bolos, uplands 12 J,d ; tho lat?
ter was firm, sales 4500 bales at 23??c. On Tuesday,
the former was active; sales 12,Oto bales, uplands
12%?12%d; the latter was firm, sal os 6000 ba los
at28)?Gs26%c ?A rb. Ou Wednesday, the former
was firmer, sales 12,000 bales, uplands 12%d; tho
latter was %o better and moro active, sales 5B00
bales at 28%(a 29c. Yesterday, tho former waa quiet,
sales 10,OCij bales, uplands 12 Vd; tbe latter was
quiet at 29%@29J V lb.
The steck of cotton at present in sight ie as fol?
STATISTICAL POSITION- 1869. 1868.
Stn kin Liverpool. 319 000 356,650
Afloat from India. 213,000 186,001)
Afloat from America. 162,000 266.000
Stock in London.-.. 76 760 69.su
Afloat tor London. 60.003 33,000
Stock in Havre. 46 962 29,998
Afloat for Havn*. 30,702 31.155
Stock In Bremen. 6.259 7,541
Afloat tor bremen.....'. 7.937 10.495
Stock in United States ports. 369,348 251.827,
Stock in the interior towns. 69,756 26,202
Excess lu visible supply. 82,232
Stock of cotton held by Manchester sulnners at
the mills now 65,000 bales, same tame 1868. 250,000
balee. Middling uplands now 12%d ; then 12%d.
The arrivals at this point continue to fall off, and
were 4 bags sea islands and Florid is, and 2197 bales
upland?, against lr bags sea islands and Floridas, and
2536 bales uploads th? week before, and 26 bags sea
islands and Floridas, and 3333 bales uplands for
the same period hst year. The receipts have been
from the following sources: Say of uplands, per
South Carolina Railroad, 1975 bales; per Northeast?
ern Railroad 155; from the Peedee ?9; Georgetown
6; Santeo 22. Of sea islands, from Florida 3, Santcc
'Iho transactions and prices prevailing in this
market /or tho wook were as follows:
On Friday, April 9tb, the inquiry was moderato
and purchasers wore genera.iy expecting conces?
sions, but With a light Offering stock, sellers remain?
ed steady ; salce about 100 u?'es, ordinary lo e ooo
ordinary being quoted at 26@2C%, low aafcffftc 27?
27%, middling 27%, and strict middling 27%c 9 lb. .
Qn Saturday, the demand was limited but prices
were without change ; ;&i?a 260 bales, quotations
On Monday, the rather better aspect of otb er mar?
keta caused a firmer feeling and better demand;
(ales ? JO bales, ordinary to good ordinary heine
quoted at 261327, low middling 27.V. middling 27%,
and strict middling 27?;c $ lb.
On Tuesday, there was a good inquiry prevailing,
prices being very full end firm ; Bales 600 bulee,
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 20%?27,
low middling 27%, noddling 27%@27%, ?nd strict
middling 28c ? lb.
On Wednesday to ere was a good demand and
prices advanced %c lb; eales 650 bales, ordimry
to good ordinary being quoted at26%o27%, low mid?
dling 27%. middling 27%a28o H lb.
Yesterday the article was quiet but steady; sales
'.'50 bales, viz: 3 at 26; 05 at 26%; 2 at 24%; 47 at 27;
63 at 27% ; 10 at 27% ; 52 at 27% ; 2 al 27% ; 38 at 27% ;
21 at 23; 2 at 28%. We quote:
Ordinary to eood ordinary.26%@27%
By New York classification wo quote:
SKA ISLAND COTroN.-The arrivals of this quaUty
of the staple has been almost nommai, amounting to
only 4 bags of sea islands and Florida.- tor tue w. e's.
agint-t 8 bigs the waste before1, and 26 bags for the
tame wotk lost year. Tbe very flat condition ot thu
matkc?ior this article, which hos provailed tor sjrae
time past, has cou tim. od during ixucb of tho week
just closed, and t uyers exhibited but little Inclina?
tion to outer the market unless at heavy concessions.
But factors in some cases having shown tv letter dis?
position to meet purchasers, some 70 to 80 bjl"8
changed bonds at somowha' lower rates-onmoion
Floridos se ling at 60a&3o, and common Carolina sea
isbn ts at 65o <p ? yesterday there was rather a
better inq-irry. but tbe market wag too unsettled for
reliable rates to b? given.
Ijtcy -Tho arrlva's of Carolina rough have been
light, acd will bo small for tha balanoo of the season
RS the oror? ls nearly alt off tho plantations. The
transaouons ha>a been Itmiled during the woei.
bayera holding off or offering slightly reduce*
which were unacceptable to factors. Tho talc
about 300 tes. ol' o'eia Caroma, say 17 tes.
129 ot S>a'; 20 at 8 C IO; 26 at 8%c. lb. Tes
come 50 tes. were ?o d, say 27 at 8 1-16; 23 at 8
lb. We quote common to fair clean Carolina
@s%; good saaayjc ? Bi.
NAVAL STORKS.-There have been rc
about 300 bbls. of all qualities. Sales bave
mo/1 e of pale rosin at $5@$8 V barrel, tte
rate for falling off lot?. Low So. 1 may be <
at $2 75, and Po. 2 at $1 90 "& barr*-!. Spirii
pentine was?old at 4:1 couts ti* gallon.
HAY.-Ibo receipts of this artiole were abc
bales of Eastern. Ibe transactions have been r
of a retail character. A shipment of 425 balei
ern was sold at SI 3C 9 hundred.
CORN.-The arrivals have been mc derate an
Bistcd mostly of a cargo o' 10,000 bushels of
Virginia, which was disposed of irom the ves
992 per bushel, bulk, weight, t-mall lots of
Maryland and Virginia, from store, aro sclli
$1 lOal 12 9 bushel, weight bags included.
OATS.-The market has an ample supply o
grain, for which there is only a lim ited reta
FLOUR.-The market has a lull supply of
grades of.Northern and Western brands c
article. Ooo! grades arc in fair city demsi
bakers' use, but the country inquiry has mucb
ened, the interior points having in many catee
folly stocked. Prices rule about as last repc
say $C 60 vi bbl. for fine, ?6 75(317 25 for super, $1
8 25 .or exlra, and S8 60@9 ? bbl. for famil;
$10@ll for choice family brands. Southern t
ties are in light stock, and may bo quoted at $8
bbl. for super, $9 60 $ bbl. for extra, and $11 *
for family. Campsen's city mills are Sellins at
9 bbl. tor super, $9 50 9 bbl. f >r extra, and S
9 bbb for choice family.
BACON-Hos been in restricted demand,
chasers only buying for immediate w..nts,
prices javo had an easier tendency. Wo quote p
shoulders at 15c 9 lb, and primo clear iib sideE
,25l8%c fl lb. Dry salted shoulders aro sclli
Ile, and clear rib sides at 17c ?>. th. Dealers rt
the stock as being steadily reduced.
BUTTER.-There is a modeiote stock ofp
Goshen. We quote 6U&55C ? lb. Western
other lower grades sell from 30@10c ^ lb, :
SALT.-There have been no arrivals or this ar
during tho week. Store lots arc held at S2 1
INDIA BADGING.-The market for this ar
has beon quiet. Gunny lott 'nthes w.de
?J,S lbs to the yard, Li held at 23%@24c. Dui
badging, 44 inches, 1% Ibe. Tor tho yard, is !
at 30@35c. Sea island bagging, 45 iuehes wie
lbs. for thc yard, is hold at 45c.
ROPE.-Ibo demand for rope is moderate,
prices arc somewhat nominal at quotations,
quote hemp at - cents 9 lb. ; groenleaf at 10 cc
and juto at 8%@9 cents %t pound.
IRON BANDS USD TIES lor cotton, ef tho r
approved patterns, aro offered on tho market,
a8c V lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The stock of
article on the market is very small and rece
light. We quote timber for milling purposes ii
6$$8 9 M. Shipping timber at $12 and upwai
4-4^5-4 flooring is very scarce, and would comm
$16 9 M. Bright lumber, good mcrchanta
from city mlils, cut (o Fize, from 22'3)2? by
FE EIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam,
quote ?id on uplands and %d on sea isla
by sail, %d on uplands,%(3)% on tea islai
Havre nominal. To tue West Indio?, Cuban pc
north side, cu lumber, $9 00 iu gold, and
south side, coastwise-To New York ty st?
%e $ lb on uplands, and lc. on Koa ?6lai
$1 50 ^ tic reo ou rice; by sail, - V bale ou
land?, and-tierce on rico; ou boards $7 5
8 tl M, on rosawed lumber $10 ll, ?n timi
-. To Boston, by steam, via Baltimore, lc. ?J!
??u cotton and - ty tierce on rice; by sail 8-1
S'c fi lu on cottou, $12 00 $ M. ou resawed lum
and $13 00 9 M. ou timber. To Philadelphia,
$ tb ou upland cotton by steam and -c.
Ibby Bail; on flooring boards $8 %1 M.; on
sawed lambo-, $10; on limber, $10 6J $
lo Baltimore, uv steam, cotton J^c on upland, t
throapb to Philadelphia, via Baltimore. %c; $i
9 tierce on rice; phosphates, V, 2000 lbs., $4
packages, in bulk as per agreement; lum
V- M 8?(3,10, as in wee; wheat 9 bonne! 12c. in sac
By this line to Philadelphia on cotton, >j
rice 9 tierce $2 00 ; phosphate per ton,
in packages. To Louisville. Ey., on rice, 76c.
hundred. To Cincinnati 66c To St. l ouis 8
By sail on boards and scantling, hence to Baltiino
$8; on lum ber $10; phosphates $6.
EXCHANGE.-Storhntf Bills-Tho rate yesterd
w?? 141 % for sixty day bills.
Dour- to KXOUANT.E.-The banks srepurchasi
?ight checks on New Yoi k par; 6 days )i di ?cou
They are selling sight checks at \ pre m.
GOLD.-The brokers wrre yesterday buying
83, had seRing at 34.
Markets hy Telegraph.
FOREIGN IIA BEETS.
I ONDON, April 15- Neon.-Consols 93%. Bond
ex coupons, 81 %.
LIVERPOOL. April 15-Noon.-Cotton quiet ai
steady; uplands 12%d; Orleans 12%d; sales 10,C
bales. Corn 28s Od. Bacon 62s 3d.
HAVANA, April 15.-Sugar advancing; Bales at 8J
9?, for No 12.
NEW YOBS, April 15-Noon.-Sterling 7%. Go
32%. Cotton quiet at 28%a29c. Turpentine stcac
at 49%a60c. Rosin firm at $2 47%a2 62 J?.
Evening.-Colton easlor; sales 2003 bales at 28%.
Flour dull at noon's dpclino. Wheat steady. Con
mixed Wi steen. 841*086 J4. Pork $31}<a31%. Lal
19a19%. Groceries quiet and steady. Turpontii
49%a50% Rosin $2 45a8. Freight* dull; on catto
by steam 3-16. Uovernmoots Orm; G2's 20%; Tei
ncsseeV 07, nf w 65% ; Virginia's 66X ; North Can
lina's 60%; Louisiana's 72% ; levees 70. Money eas
at 7 por cent, ourreney to gold; prime paper 10 pc
ccut ; sterhng firm at 7%a7%. Blocks clo-ed firm.
1''ALTIMORE April 15.-Cotton brm at 28%s28?.
Flour-family active but prices weak. Wheat dui
prime red $2 10a2 20. com firm at 86a87. Poi
quiet at $32. Bacon Orm; shoulders 14%. Lar
CINCINNATI, April 15_Whiskey" firm nt 00; di
maud light. MOB pork $80 50; country $30; litti
offered. Bacon in bettor demand; shoulders ll
clear sides 16%; sugar-cured hams 18al9. Lard nm
ST. Louis, April ?G.-Whiskey t?uiet at 87%a8i
Provisions steady. Mess pork $80%a31. shoulder
13%. Clear sides 16%, Lard closed buoyant.
WILMINGTON, April 16.-SpIrliB tui'p*ntmo lew?
at 43. Rosin quiet at $1 75a8. Crude turpentln
steady at $110a2 70. Tar unchanged. Cotton nolh
SAVANNAH, April 15.-Cotton quiet but firm; mid
dllngs 27%c; sales 547 bales; receipts 898; exports
AUGUSTA, April 15.-Cotton quiet; tales 467 bales
receipts 167; middlings 27a27*ic.
MOBILE, April 15-Cotton-demand limited ; mar
ket quiet and Qrm; eales 1050 bales, 4U0 after tbi
close yesterday; low middling 27c; receipts 790 bales
Nsw Or.LEANS, April 15.-Cotton % lowor; mid
dlings 28%a28% cents; sal?* 1900 bales, receipt.
2<i5 bales; exports 40U7. Uold 32%. Sterling 42><
ComniercUl 41%?42. New York sight exchange) %t
% por cent. premium. Sugar firmer; oominon 10>j
?11%; prime 13%all. Mohiscs scarce; ferment
ing ?5. _'
WILMINGTON, Aunl 14.-I UBPENTISE.-Onlj
about 60 bble received and ehuneed hands at $2 7?
for -..it. and Si 6u U r bard. p< r 28u pounds.
MTRIT8 i URPENTINE.-No sales reported. 6omc
private transac io..s h V taken place, but thc par?
ticulars could not V ? obtained.
ROSIN.-Sales rope.-ted of 800 bbls at $1 80 loi
strain, d and No ?, aud 50 bbls at $3 for Jj o 1.
3 AR -75 bbls chanced hands at ?2 ; 0 nor bbL
CHITO?.-ailes ot 38 bales at 26%a2(i%e for mixed
crad< s. *
1 1 * -i
Passent; ci st
Per steamship Saragossa, tor New York-Mrs R H
Anderson, Miss S Anderdon, Miss S Titus, Miss A
I 1 itus, ts Titus, H B-m dict, W Bird, F Surat!, J J
Picking, H lleyerd'ek, Baptist Yoeitcn. ?Ldrew Ar?
nold and lady, W H Hopkins and lady, B D B Fraser,
Mi-s M*!garet Siutiery, sud 3 iu steerage
Per steamship J W tverraan, tor Philadelphia
W A Nelsoti. Mrs Dole, Honrr brutton, J B James,
W Palmor, w.fe aud four children.
Per h tenner rmi.lc, lr J m Kdisto, ?kc-Mrs J 8
Uavuird. oi/ild and nurse, Miss ii Swinton. Mrs J E
Bt-abioo'-t. Miss it E Duval. Col Vf Whaley. A U Mid?
dleton, Dr C ii Cook, W Humo and wife, and ether?.
Charleston Wholesale 1'rlces.
ARTICLES. I FRICKS.
HAGGIXG. B yara
Dunaeu. 30 ? 43
Gunny Cloth. (a -
BALE ROPE. ? lb-Manilla. - ? -
Weslarn. 8 ? nj
Ju e. 8%? 9
COTTON, ? lb
Ordinary io Good Ordinary. 20 & 87i
Low Middling. 27?o@ -
Middling to Mrict Middling. 27%? 28
Good Middling. - ""(4. -
Sea Island. 75 ? 1.30
COFFEE, lb-Rio.I 20 ? 23
Laguayra. 2h (a) -
Javo. 35 ? 40
Carohna Fe tilizer, # 2000 lbs... ?65.01 ? -
Wando Fertilizer.;. 60.00 ? -
Double He6n6d Ponarctte.jao.OO ra) -
Kilns' Phosphate. 03.00 ? -
Peruvian Guano, 2210 lbs.195.00 ta -
Pacific Quana, 2000 lbs. 65.00 'g -
Phoenix Guano.155.00 (ff) -
Bough's Phosphate, ti 2000 lbs... 160.00 ? -
Rhodes'Phosphite. * 2000 lbs... 165.00 ? -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-?65time|57.60 (al -
Orchitis Guano-.$40 time|35 CU ra -
Land Plaster.. 24.60 @ -
Mapcs'SuperPhosphate,^ 2000 Il5|?5.00 ? -
Zcll's Baw Bono Phosphate.1GO..1O ? -
Zell's Super Phospbateof Lime..len.00 @ -
Woolston'B Phosphate of Lune..-.165.(fl ? -
Woolston's Vegetate, W 20C0 ?bs?05.00 @ -
Croosdalc's Gen. super-Phos, nel|60.00 ? -
Bower*'Complete Manure, net,.. 60.00 ? -
bnrdy's Phospho Peruvian. ca6h. K5.00 @ -
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash.?GO.itu (a) -
Pstapsco Guano.,105.CO ? -
FLOVlt, f>. bbl-anpe. 6.75 # 7.26
Northern and Western Extra.7.50 ? 8.00
Baltimore Extra.I - <ft -
Southern-Super. 9.00 ? -
Extra.10-0" O -
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ^ bushel.: .,- @ -
Western Oats, bushel. 80 (?rt -
Corn, $ bushel. 99 fa; 1.12
fl A Y* 9 cwt.-North Biver. 1.16 ?S -
Eastern.I 1.36 ?j? -
/. UMBERS ^ M. lect- I
Clear White Pine, 1st ijuolity.[50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.138.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, V M. toot-Rough.U2.00 (216.00
Grooved and Tongued....|28.00 ?32.00
MOLASSES. V gallon-Cuba.I 43 ? 60
Muscovado. 65 fty 00
Sugar House. 50 ?1.00
New Orleans. - . -
NA VAL STORES, bbl-Tar.... -3 ? -
Pitch. - fe} -
Rosin, Palo. 6.00 ? 8.00
Rosin, No. 1.1 2.75 ? 4.00
Rosin, No. 2.1 l.?0 ? -
Rosin. No. 3. - ? -
Suintt. Turuenlinc, sallen.| 43 ? -
Ouuutn. '^111. I 16 <a -
NklLS- American, 4?20d, fl keg.. | 5.50 ? 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6.70 @ -
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6-60 ? -
Dupont's. Blasting. 4.25 ? -
PROVISIONS-f. lb- -
Bacou, Hams, t? lb.I - ? -
Bacon, Sides. 17 6s J8>a
Bacon. Shoulders. 1* 16
Bacon, Strips. - (& -
Lard, in keg. - & -
Butter. 36 a 66
Choose..".. 16 & 30
Potatoes, TH bbl. - ? -
Onions. - ? -
Apples. - ? -
B/Ci^-Carolina, In. 7%@ 8*,
Bast India. - ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack.. 2.10 ? -
Liverpool, tine. - @ -
SUGAR, fl lb-Baw.I - ? -
Porto Rico. 13%<a 14
Muscova?".I - ? -
" MSc ?
.0? 5 ?
p ? Bits
g B ; S'S"O
o er . : tr?
es : . : : 8
. ?3 -o . :
. ? r? ?.
>^>> > > o ? ? ?
?.SUD ts "O Xi -VV
as.5.a 2. a. p.13.1
tc o o ft_co co ojo o
p." : f . i".
S-"- o"o?-)' os g
Soo- ??0 - 5fS? ?8
>fc I S5^fC- - io = ?i T.-i.52 feAi
? E O
" M ICH IO -3
O at-* OD .*? CC - pl - Qi -3 1
?S S ?jS-co to ir.og j
2 B.8 *
?8 S M
s: I 2;
5 * te 0000 o'."
ciosM" ~Jc>"ejs7obS ooo?
IS: : SS
is; _?o*.' ?ito
2: Ste; g?
S*. I P m - . gg
>?0>; 10 tn
-J c> <P . *? s
g w ^ 01 *. ->;<i ?
o 0 ?
bT tra _
? a o
S SK?; 1?" 011 i*P
Isis: ftaggl' gg
g?M r SSS
, NOTE.-Wo have deducted from New Orleans
26,3?0 bales riplaud, from Mobile 9892 bales, from
Savannah 3480 bags Sea Island and 227 bales Up.
land-and from Charle?tou 2.U0 bags Sea Island and
179 bates Upland, the quantities received ai those
porta lrom Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Stocks of Cotton In tho Interior Towns
not included In thc Receipts.
Augusta, and Hamburg.Apiil 2
Macon, Geo.April 12
Columbus. Geo......April 9
Montgomery, Ala.April 10l
Selma. Ala.April 9|
Memphis, Tenn.April 9
Nashville Tenn..April 10
69 71 ri
Comparative lOxpurts ur Cotton, from
thc Port ot I'Marleston.
Other British Ports.
Total 'o Great Britain.
Uther J- rench Ports.
Total to France.
Koith o' Eurone.
Total Norlh ot Europe.
? outh of Europe.
?Vest Indies, ie..
Total Foreign Ports.t
Rhode leland, wc.
Baltimore and Nov ilk_
Other United Stn tes Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
tux porn ol' Klee. Naval Stores ?nd L i'u
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to April 15,1869.
Now Orleans .
Other U. S.Ports..
Majorca k a Market
St Johns, N B.
Port o? Charleston. April 16.
PHASES OP THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 honre, 28 minutes, evening.
New Moon, lltb, 8 hours. 27 minute's, evening.
First Quarter. 19th. 9 hours, 46 miuutes, morning.
Full Moon. 27th. 1 hour. 1 minute, momma.
12 Hominy.... 6 35
13 Tuesday?..! 6 34
14 Wcducsday.l fi..31
17iSaturdav... 5. .29
18 ?mid:iv.1 6. 28
ti. .28 i
C .31 i
8.. 3 I
Brig Eva N Johnson, Johnson, Wood's Hole, Mass
-Cdyj. Ballast, io thc Master
Sehr Ida Ht hard so i, Bedell. New York-6 days.
Mdse. To W K i ac n i Co, Adams, Damon & Co, J
E 'triger k Co. D A Ammo. U >i Brown. W Bird k
Co. J C Burckmycr, carreroti k Barkley, Crane,
Boylsto i k Co. W H t hifco k Co, McD Cohen. T M
Cater, Dowio k M -ise, Doubla <s k Miller. J B Duval
k hon, W C Dukes k 'o I L Filk & Co, H Gerd s k
Co, Uart k Ca, G S Hacker J ?J ur nain i> k Co. Jen?
nings. Jhoitihusrn tc Co, Eiug k Gibbon, Knobe?
loch k Mua 1, M i.uiirs, Muller, Nimitz ic co, Osten
durff k Co, A McCobb. Jr. D O'Neill k son C Biog.
I> u'Nei.l, W l> UtuuoU lr Co. H ll Ktilm-irl AOOOt. D
Ii Wilcox. KtaDhonao Co, A O su.no, J B solomons,
F von sauioti, J lienc'xen, W L Webb, Werner k
Ducker, Wagoner k Monsecs. i > A Walker A Co. E K
White, E K ic It D White, G W Williams k Co, J C li
Clansmen. Wando Miniug Co. W M Applo.
Sehr Mai lin? Marta, Dean. Portlan i. Me-8 days.
HPV. To i' 'tupper k sons.
Si br Mary, Gi ch'1st, Belfast, Mc-15 days. Hay.
To J A l-u.-low k Co.
Steamer Emilie, Lowis, Ed ls to, Ac. Mdse. To
Phu.ik.dford k Kelly, M McGortv, U B Loe. Cloelus
k Witto, a H Hoppock, H L P McCormick, J a Mur?
ray, and others.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York-Ravonel k
Stoamship J W Everman, Snyder, Philadelphia-Ino
k J heo (letty.
Sehr David Faust, Lord, Matanzas-W P Boll.
behr Wm B Maun. Rogare, a Northern Port-H F
Baker k Co.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York,
bteainsh'p J WEvermau, Snyder, Philadelphia.
Sehr David Faust. Lord, Matanzas.
From this Pori, ^
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia, April 12.
Cleared for this Port.
otoamsbip James Adgcr, Lockwood, at New York,
Sehr J ?mes A Cracker. Currier, at Boston, April 12.
Sehr Miry .Mo v, Kuukiu, at New York, April 12.
* ti i piic wa hy Tclcgrapii.
SAVANNAH, April 15-Arrived, bark Limolighter,
New York; sehrs Chati' s Conery, Bath, Me; Minnie,
Cleared, steamships General Eames, New York;
Weather vorv cold. Wind NE Reports from tho
Interior state that cotton will have to bu replanted.
LIST OK SHIPPING
Lu tile Pott of Charleston, April 15.
VIUCELS UNDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTTNO
WITHIN TUE STATE EXCEPTED.
Camilla (Br), 795 tons, Peace, at Boyce k Co's wharf,
for Liver: ool, load ins-lt Mure k Co.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adgor's wharf
for New York, loading-James Adirer k Co.
Maryland, - tons. Johnson, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-Jourtenay k Trenholm.
Amoila, 688 tons, Borebam. at A ".au tlc wharf, for Liv?
erpool, wailing- Pherson & Stock.
Pacific, 085 tons. Foss, at A>lintic wharf; for Liver?
pool, loaning-W B Smith k < o.
Bicbord III, 985 tons, Wood, at Boyce k Co's
whsri, from Liverpool, waiting-Master.
Agra (Bri ish). 039 tons. Eulimore, at Vander hors t's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Raver el k 0?.
Dalkeith (Bri. 848 tons. Anderson, iu tho a tr cam, from
London, waiting-R Muro k Co.
David Me Nutt (Hr.-, 502 tons. Mc El henny, at Brown
Ai Co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading- lt Mure
Florencita (span) 14 ) urns, Font, ut Palmetto whatf,
from Havana, walting- J A l u '.ow Ac Co.
Teresina (Bn, 243 tons. Kui*, at M ar iballN wharf, lor
Queenstown and a Atarket, io-dilij- B Mure ic
Cecilia (Br). 202 tons, Bi-(rup, at Boyce & Co's wharf,
for Cronitadt, loadiug- KT Walker.
Courier (Br;. 209 tons. Jenkins, at M?iehaU'g ri?l?,
for a Fort m Great Britain, loading-lt T
Manzanillo 158 tons, Magnne, in Ashley River, lor
a Northern Port, loadiug-Olney k co.
Monjuleb ( pan), 209 tons, Hiera, at Uuion wharf,
from Cardenas, wailing- P J Esnard.
Eva N Johnson, - tins.John so a. in thc Stream,
from Holmes' Hole, jiibt arrive J-Master.
Lilly, 412 tons, Francis, at N E Railroad wharf, for
New York, loading-W Knack t Co.
Moonlight. 202 tons. Briggs, at Palmetto wharl, for
New York, loadiug-J ? Inslow i: Co
Mary Ulla. 155 tons, 1 nomas. In Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-Risloy k Creighton.
A E Glover. 298 tons, To>ry, at Brown k Co's wharf,
for Bostou, loading-I lupine k sons.
W B Mann, 226 tons, Rod-era, in Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, .oadlug-H F ?ak tk co.
Sarah Unite.1, 224 tons. Avis, at bennett's wharf, for
Phi.ade pliiu, loan ino-H F Baker Sc Co.
L I Kuight, 200 t 'ns. smith, in Ashley hiver, tor
Now York, loadicg-J A Enslow A; Co.
Haqnah Little. 182 tons. Godtrey. in ABhley River,
lor Philadelphia, loadiug-H F Baker k Co.
N W Smith, 295 tons, lootonr. at Adger's wuarf,
for New Yo< kV loading-W Ho.c'a k Co.
Franks Emily. 135 tons. Colley, at Palmotto wharf,
lor Darieu, Geo. ready-Hisiey k Creighton
J F Durfeo. 226 WUK. Uuutley. at Kerr's wharl,
from Fi ed'-ncksburg, Yo, discharging-T J
Kerr k Co.
Sarub A Hammond. 211 tons. Wiley, in Ashley
HiviT. for bos'on, loading-Rislev k Creighton.
Martha Maria - tous, Dea:i. at Brown k Co's wharf,
in m Portland, Me, oischargmg- ? Tupper 4
Mary, - lons, Gilc! rist, at Palmetto whorf, from
Bol'ast. Me, discharging-J A tn'low & . o.
Ida Hlehirdson. - mus. Uedeil, at Adger's wharf,
from New Vork, di-eharging-W Roach & Co.
E? Canada, 2; 3 tons, swain ut Kerr's whorf, lrom
New York, ilii-cliarping-Master.
Wm Mator, 221 tons, -ma,ley, in the Stream, for
Georcctowu H C, n-cwiy-Muster.
Yan'ceo Blade. 139 tons, Coombs, in tbs Stream,
from New York, waiting-Master.
LIM OF VKSSULS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POh'x.
fr' 0 J? E 1 G N
Ship H C Wluthrop, Stewart, clea;-*d.Wiitin 8
The Boyal Cbor?V, Anderson, sailed.March 8
The Chiton,-, up.March 16
Bark Helen Sands, uti?, sailed.March 18
Sehr Ellen. Carr, up to sail.March 35
British sehr Lion, McLellan, up.March S
D O MEST I 0
Brig Wm Robertson. Reed, up.March i
Scbr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley, cleared.. ..March 30
SchrP M Bonney, bmall, cleared.March 22
Sehr James A Crocker, Currier, cleared.April 12
Steams-hip James Adger, Lockwood, cid..April 12
Sehr J M Morales, Newman, up.April 6
Sehr Argus Eye, Thompson, up.April 2
Scbr Col COOK, Bcarse, cleared.Mire h 18
Sehr Jessie 8 Clark,-. up.Man h 17
Sehr Mary Stow, Bankin, cleared.April 12
MEN-WOMEN-AN Ii t'UILDHEV
MEN-WOMES- AND CHILDREN!
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," ic.
"Healing to ali bores, Ulcere," ic.
'COSTARS' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is tho roost extraordinary SALVE ever known. Its
power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Burns,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Chipped (lands and ekln, for
sore Nipp'es, for Piles, sc., ic -ls witbout a paral?
lel. One person says of it: "I would not bc with?
out a box in my house, if lt cost $6, or 1 had to
travel oil tb . woy to New York tor it."
liV. Y. Evening Newt, September 5.
OS* All Druggis'i in CHARLESTON"sell lt.
" COSTAK'S "
STANDARD PRE PAR ATI0NS
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms.
JtSf One Bottle, $1-Three for $2.
/Co star's'7 Kat, Roach, dfc., Exter mi's
"Cottar's" Bed Bag Exterminators.
"Costar**" (only pure) insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remediea known."
H 11 Beware! 11 of spurious imitations."
"All Druggists In CHARL SS TON sell them. "
. COSTAR/' No. 13 IlowartUst., N. Y.
Sold lu CHARLESTON, S. C . by
. GOODRICH, Wilt EM AN ?Si CO.
TO O ? T JS 'I
Horse and Cattle Powders.
^-fiBJBBtV Tb'B preparation,
Y^^^ r--^i*WSumi^ cus aml lavora^ly
(flJv^^^^^Si^'^rT^K' known, will thor
r''^^>'?^'ir>y,j*^S orguly rtlnvigorate
KrlS^ffn^wSPy f broken down and
Y?WB? Uti hy strengthening
'fir 8 W<J and cleansing the
?j \ h M stomach and intes.
It is a sure prcveo
?VB of all diseases
_.?..u.>?)?J."> ^?*. *?* incident to this am.
coal, such os LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, YEL?
??l'?AVE3V A,T Bh*I A?.
Founder, Lo^s ot ^^^BH^
Appetite and Vital a^BB^fcaaank.
Its rise Improves -^Ba^r^l|B^'"' .
the^Wind, incrcjs- /JP^^^^^MB^ f '
miserable Skeletons ?*>*:^^^^^^^T^^fel
into a flue looking and spirited Horse.
TO EEEPER3 OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
It in croases tbs
quantity and Im?
proves tho quality
of tho MILK. It
has boen proven
by actual expert*
mint to increase
the quantity of
Milk sod (ream
twenty per cent.,
and make tbe But?
ter firm and sweet.
In rattening cattle, it gives them an appetite, open?
their hides and makes them thrive much faster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGHS,
LIVER, Ac. this
articleacts as a spe?
cific. Uy putting'
from one-half to _.
a paper in a barrel -A
of swill the ob ve
diseases will be
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in time, a certain pro
five and cure for tho Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. FOU TZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 110 Franklin-street, BUtimore, Md.
FOB SALE BY
DO WIE ?i MOISE,
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE,
No. 151 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,"
March 31_ 46
DRUGS il MEDICINES.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both elly and country purchasers to his large
stock of DH?G3, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUM?
ERY, FANCY GOODS, ic, ic, oil of which he of?
fers at tho lowest market rotes.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?
KOOAIS AT HIS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COR?
NER OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
y T. HUMPHREYS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMiUit
SALE3 OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CORTILES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
No. ?7 BRO A D-ST R EE T,
CHABLE^TON. S. 0.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.
General JAMES 0ONNKR. T. B. WARING, Eiq.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ?
CBABLESTOM. N. e., April 12,1869. }
ON AND AFTER TO-llORKOW, THE 13TK
Instant, toe tallowing SCHEDULE will be
mn by the Trabas on thia Road :
* X PRESS-DA I LY.
Leave Charleston.10.00 A. M.
Arrive at Flor?n ce.8-30 P. If.
Leave Florence.10.85 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 4.00 P. H.
AC OMMODA HON.
(DATLT, EXCEPT SUND ASS.)
Leave Charleston. 1,80 P. IL
Arrive at Florence. 10.00 P. If.
Leave Florence. 2.30 A. If.
Arrive at Char'eston.1L18 A. IL
8. S. SOLOMONS, superintendent
April 32_ e
CHEKAW AUD DARLINGTON RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT 'a OFFTOB.1
CHBBAW, S. C., April 12.1869. J
ON AND AFTER TUESDAY, IHR 13TH INST.,
the following Scheoule will be run by the
Trains on this Road : :
Leave Cboraw....,.:.7.00 A. M.
Arrive at rio race.10.00 A. M.
Leave Florence.,3.45 P. M.
Arrive at Chcraw.6 30 P. M.
S. d. SOLOMONS,
April 12_6_Sn erintendent
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD?
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFJOB,!
OKABLZSTOH, H. C., April 9, lat0. 1
ON AND AFT EB SUNDAY. APiilL 11TH, THH
PASSENGEB TRAINS of the south Carolin?
Bailroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.39 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Mont joinery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
ti ja? nd Junction.
TO FOB COLUMBIA.
* -eave Charleston.,.8.80 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester BtU
?aoad, ano Camden train
Leave Augusta.,.9.0o A. tn.
Arrive at Charleston.MO P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. H.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
I sr ND A ru EXCEPTED. I
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. ll?
Arrive at Augusta.(.10 A. lb
Connecting with trains (or Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.18 P. IS.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. U.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
(8UNDA?P EXCEPTED. 1
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. X
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A. lt.
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.6.60 P. At,
Arrive at Charle? ton.6.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.8.36 P. M.
Arrive at Sn m.-nervi Ho.6.(9 M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. al.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M
Camden and columbi i Passenaer Trains on Mow
DATs, WEI NESDATS and SATUBDATS, connecta with
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.;.6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.1L0U A. M.
Leave Columbia......2 20 P.M.
Arrive st pamden.7.03 P. M.
Sitmodl U. T. PEAK*.
April 10 (ieneral Suoenntcndent,
?ium & Dry Plaste ~
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. ?
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled:
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(oldest safe manufacturers)
" . . , (205 Broadway, New York.
Principal j m Che8tmit St Phlifc
Warehouses j108Bttnk flu, CleveIand.0
And for sale by onr agents in the
principal cities througriont the
FOB SALE BY *
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December 29 ly
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STENCIL STOCK AND DIES,
STEEL LETTERS A.'.D STAMPS
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BRASS AND OKRaiAN SILVER KEY?
RINGS, CHAINS, &C.
BY THE O ALLON OR BARREL.
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No. 129 EAST BAY-STREET,
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