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" vf true Jove hath my heart, and I have his,
Grinst exchange one to tho other given;
; Bold his dear, and mine he cannot miss,
There never was a better bargain driver :
My true love hath my heart, and 1 ha- i his.
His heart in me keeps him and rae in one,'
My heart in him his thoughts and senses guides;
Ho loves my heart, for once lt was his own,
I cherish his because in me it bides:
My truelove hath my heart, ana I have his.
- per Philip Sidney.
rUTAJfCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. ?
Tile Money Market.
. - THURSDAY, November 4.
_ ~* The market remains unchanged, with limited
transactions and a general feeling of depression
in business circles. We have no changes to re?
port and renew our list of quotations, referring
to them as merely nominal Large payments
were made at the dur?rent banks yesterday, which
will doubtless relieve the present stringency m
the money market. Money is. 1? * cent, per
- month on good collaterals.
SOUTHERN BANU BILLS.
Bank of Camden. 60?
" " Bank of Charleston. 85?
Ban? of Chester. 12?
Bank of Georgetown.. 18?
Bane of Hamburg. 07?.
Banker Newberry. 85?
Bank of South Carolina. 10?
Banker State of South Carolina,
prior to 1861.. 45?
Bank of State of South Carolina,
after January 1,1861. 10?
Commercial Bank, Colombia. 03?
Bx change Bank, Columbia. 20?
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank. Cheraw. 05?
People's Bank, Charleston. BO?
Plasters' Bank or Fairfield. 05?
? "PJantara' and Mechanics' Bank,
-Charleston. 85? ...
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (old). 75?
Southwestern Railroad- Bank,
Charleston (new). 70?
State Bank, Charleston... 07?
Snien Bank, Charleston. 05?
City of Charleston Change Bills. 95?
State of S. Carolina Treasury ?otes. 95?
BONDS, STOCK AND COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds. 67?
?ty of Columbia Coupons. 68?
' South Carolina Railroad and Bank
Stock (whole shares).-. 40?
> 8outh Carolina Railroad (half shares) 18? 19
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent
.South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds.:. 80?
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
Of Indebtedness. 95?
.City of Charleston 8lx Per Cent.
Stock........' 5T? ..
"Stool Charleston Fire? an Bonds.. 75?
State or South Carolina Bonds (old). 70?
State of South Carolina Bonds (new
-issue of January 1, 1867).:.-. 67?
State of SouthCarouaa Bonds (issued - .
for Bank of the State bills). ?7?
State South Carolina Bonds (issued
for the conversion of securities).?
. State o? South .arouna Stock.. 63?
'State of South Carolina Coupons
People's National Bank Stock.'. .118 00?
, IM* National Bank Stock.118 00? " ..
Union lank Stock... 7 00?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 60?
Greenville and Colombia First Mort?
gage Bonds....'._i. 75?
. northeastern Railroad First Mort
tem Railroad First Coupons
(past due). 60?
Northeastern RaUroad Stock(capltal) 8 00?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
-jflh*rr?w .and Darlington First Mort
; gage Bonds. 78?
Charleston Gaa Company Stock. 22?
'Charleston City Railway Stock (ex
dividend..7. 52 00? * ..
Charleston Mining and Manufactur- .
Jug Company's Phosphate Works ..?
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
Bonds (State guarantee). 62?
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
fiter of Savannah Bonds. 80?
TU? of. Savannah Coupons (due pre?
vious to June l, 1866). 95? . ..
Cttjr of Savannah Coupons (due after
June 1,1866. 95?
- ? Slty of Memphis Bonds lendoreedbv ._
-Mi mt<K-tcMmxma...l. W?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock io 00?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Bonds 85?
Memphis and Cha'toa R. R. Coupons 93?
' The Charleston. Market.
J TOR THK WKXX BUDINA THURS?AY, NOVEMBER 4.
Tam Caora AND RECEIPTS.-A sharp frost hav?
ing occurred over most of the cotton region dur?
ing Ute past Week, ail further development of the
jplant has been stopped and the final result of thc
growth of the year has been reached. What this
amount will finally be ls quite uncertain,( but
Judging from previous experience since the war,
Nm yield ls more: likely to be. estimated at over
the actual product than short of if Reports from
the Bea island cotton region mention that large
numbers of pods, which some time since gave In?
dication pf coming to maturity, have suspended
fjrowth and are now drying up, and becoming
utterly valueless. This ls supposed to have been
caused by the lessening of the vitality of the
plant by the, action of the caterpillar. The arri?
vals of uplands at the principal cotton ports have
continued liberal, and were as follows .up to the
. latest telegraphic dates:
New Orleans, November 3.163,783 163,013
. Mobile, November 3. 68,248 45,615
? - Savannah, Novembers.115,698 65,571
Charleston, November 3. 65,724 35,119
Texas, October 29. 23,489 21,533
Virginia, October 29..43,703 19,916
THZ COTTON MARKET.-This staple has shown
? moderate stability during the week, and prices
nave varied but to a limited extent, tho English
market commencing at 12d and improving to
12Xd; at New York the rates began at 26, harden?
ed to 26tt@2?,>?c and receded to 26S', while at this
point the article has weakened; middlings begin?
ning at 25 andfeceded to 24>?c V lb.
The Liverpool and New York markets have
shown the following movements since our last re?
port: On Friday, October 29, the former closed
steady, uplands 12d, sales 12,000 bales; thc latter
was heavy ana lower at 26c, sales 1500 bales. On
Saturday the former closed buoyant, uplands
12d?l2>id, sales 20,000 bales; th: latter was a
shade firmer at 26}?c, sales 2800 bales. On Mon?
day the-former was firm at ?2\d, sales 15,000
bales; the latter was a shade firmer closing quiet
at 26MC- On Tuesday the former was steady, up?
lands 12}?d, Bales 10,000 bales; the bitter closed
neavy at 26)ic, sales 2000 bales. On Wednesday
the former was unchanged at I2.'a'd, sales 12,000
bales; the Utter was a shade easier at 26X?. Yes?
terday the former was unchanged, sales 12,000
bales; the latter was dull and nominal.
The arrivals at this port for the week have been
860 bales of sea islands and Floridas and 11,398
bales of uplands, against 389 bags of sea islands
and Floridas and 10,532 bales of uplands the week
berore, and 251 bags of sea islands and Floridas
and 6683 bales of uplands for the same week last
year. These supplies have come from the follow?
ing sources, say of uplands, per South Carolina
Railroad,'90S9 bales; per Northeastern Railroad,
1083; Savannah and Charleston Railroad, 57; Pee?
dee, 197; wagons, 31; Georgetown, S C, 2; Santee,
16; James Island, 1; Cooper River, l; Savannah,
6; Florida, 16. Of sea islands-from Christ Church
23r John's Island 4; St Andrew's 3; Chisolm's Mill
2; Aahepoo 15; Beaufort 67; Northeastern Rail?
road 17; James Island 8; Pou Pon 13; Edisto 65;
Savannah 22; Florida Ul.
The stock of the article m sight at the latest
dates was as follows:
- - 1869. 1865.
Stock m Liverpool. 428,000 44-0,390
A?oat fruin- India. 134,000 178,000
Afloat rrom America. 49.000 29-.000
Stock in London. 59,060 82,570
Afloat for London. 140,000 108,000
Stock ia Havre. 71,620 50 429
Afloat for Havre. 42,370 63.'i65
Stock lnJ^remen. 4,241 10,444
Afloat for Bremen. l'oec
Stock m United Stat?sports_ 167,524 154^730
Stock in the interiortowns. 44,082 43,700
Total..... 1,139,897 1,167,914
- Deficiency Invisible supply... 28,017
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spinners at
tko mills, now 70,000 bales; sam? time 1808,145,
.00 bales. Middling Uplands now 12?id; then
Tho operations m this market have been as fol?
On Friday, October 29, the transactions were
limited and on somewhat easier terms, but factors
Were not generally willing to accept thc rates offer?
ed try purchasers, abd the market closed nominal :
Bales- 275 bales; quotations were unreliable, say
ordinary to good ordinary, 23>i?24>?c <fl rb; low
middling, 24?c; middling, 25c, and strict mid?
dling, 25 ?C fl ft.
On Saturday the market opened easier and Ir?
regular, prices declining in some Instances ???c
fi ft, but after receipt of dispatches a better feel?
ing prevailed, and the article closed somewhat
firmer; sales about soo bales, ordinary to good
ordinary being quoted at 23?@24?c; lowmld
1 diing 24?c; middling and strict middling 25c
On Monday the market was rather active, with
some irregularity; sales 800 bales, ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at 23?@24?c; low
middling, t4?@24?c; middling and strict mld
dUng, 25c f ft
On Tuesday purchasers offered easier rates,
which were generally unacceptable to factors, the
market closing quiet and unchanged; sales 200
bales; quotations as before.
On Wednesday the market was lower and prices
receded In some cases about ?c. fi ft; sales 700
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
23?@24?; low middling 24?; middling 24?;
strict middling 25c. ft ft.
On yesterday the market opened dull and irreg?
ular at easier rates, and prices declined about ?c.
9 ft; sales about 325 bales, viz: 14 at 23?; 88 at
23? ; 57 at 24; 106 at 24*?'; 16 at 24?; 68 at MX; 23
at-24?c We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.23?@24
SKA ISLAND COTTON.-The market has been
fairly supplied with good arrivals or this class of
the staple, the receipts having been 360 bags of
sea Islands and Floridas, against 389 the week be?
fore, and 251 for the same period last year. The-1
demand has shown rather more activity, and
while it has run mainly on fine qualities there have
been rather more inquiry and transactions in
medium grades, tho common kinds remaining
dull and difficult of sale. The sales have proba
bably reached about 200 bags, the particulars of |
which have generally been on .private terms.
Among the sales were 2 bags of sea islands at 53;
6 at 55; 10 at 60; 5 at 62?; 25 at 65$l at 70; 12at
75; 3 at 80, and 8 bags of Floridas at 45@65c fl ft.
We quote common sea islands at 45@55; medium
at 60@65; medium tb fine 7.o@so, and fine and
choice 80@90c and upwards ft ft.
RICE.-The receipts of Carolina rough have
been in good supply, and were about 25,000
bushels for the week. With liberal offerings, the
market has had a declining tendency, and prices
have steadily receded. We note sales of about
1000 tierces clean Carolina for the week, among
which were 27 tierces at 6?c; 40 tierces at 6%;
63 at 7; 400 at 7?; 128 at 7?; 61 at IX- We quote
common to fair clean Carolina at 6?@6?c; good
6?@,c. 'fl ft. Carolina rough may be quoted at
SI 50?l 60 for interior, and $1 65@1 75 f bnsbel
for seacoast. ;
NAVAL STORKS,-There have been received about
2000 barrels of all qualities. There has been a
steady Inquiry, and transactions In spirits tur?
pentine have taken place at 42?c. f? gallon.
Rosin may be quoted at $3 60@4 $ barrel for ex?
tra No. 1; $2 75@3 25 fer No.^1; $2 25@2 50 for low
No. 1; SI SO?2 for No. 2 tr/ extra No. 2, and $1 76
for No. 8. Crude turpentine may be quoted at
$2 80 fl barrel for virgin; $2 60 for yellow dip, and
$160 for hard.
HAT.-The~arrivals have been about 400 bales of
Eastern qualities. There have been sold about 300
bales of this kind at $125 per hundred,-and 70
bales at $l 35 per hundred.
CORN.-There has been no receipts of note. The
demand has been only in a retail way at about
$1 35@l 40 fl bushel for prime white Maryland,
weight, bags included.
- FLOUR.-The market is amply supplied with all
qualities of this article. The demand has been
moderate, prices showing no Important change:
We quote Northern and Western soper at $6 50 fi
Obi; extra at $6 75@7 f? bbl, and family at $7 So&
8 fs bbl. Southern brands may be quoted at
$6 75@Y fl bbl for super; $7 25@7 75 f. bbl for
extra, and $s@l? fl bbl for family and choice
BACON-Is in good supply and rather heavy,
prices in some cases being about ?c f* ft lower.
*** I . - 1 * I ' ' "-'J? "VJ - T "- :
prime clear rib sides at 21@21?c; prime strips at
21 ?ic; dry salted shoulders at iee, and suited long
[ clear at I9?@l9?c fi ft. Wc note sales of I5,oeo
lbs of prime bulk shoulders at 15?c, and bulk
sides at 19c ll ft.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There is a.fair stock of
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 40@
45c fl ft. Western and other lower'grades sell
from 30@55c fl ft; co- nt ry do. at 25@30c fl ft,
as In quality. Lard ls m good supply und is held
SALT.-About 7000 sacks Liverpool, received di?
rect, were Bold on private terms. Jobbing lots
may be quoted at $1 90@$2 ft sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is well suprlted
with this article, and we quote 24@24?c f* yard
Dundee bagging, 44 Inches, IX lbs. for the yard,
Is held at 30@35c. Sea island bagging, 45 inches
wide, 2 ft for the yard, ls held at 45c.
ROPE.-Thc demand for rope Ls moderate, and
prices are somewhat nommai at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents ft ft; greenlea! at io cents;.
and jute at 8?@9 cents fi ft.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
6?@7?c f> ft, and sales have taken place at
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market for this arti?
cle is dull. Wc quote timber for milling purposes
from $3@9. Shipping timber $10@1S; 4-4@5-4
flooring at $14@15 fl M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, from
$20@24 ft M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, ?d on up
lands, l?d on sea Islands; by sall, wc quote ?d on
uplands and yd ou sea islands. To Havre, ljfc on
uplands, l?c on sea Islands. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, Xe on uplands and lc ou sea Is?
lands, "$2 fi tierce on rice; by sall, ?c on cot?
ton; $1 25 fi tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on roslu;
$8 fi M on lumber; $9@10 f Mon timber. To Bos?
ton, by sall, ?ic fi ft on upland cotton. To Provi?
dence, $8 fi M on boards, Xe f ft on cotton. To
PlUladelphla, by steam, Xe fi ft on uplands;
by sall, $0@7 fi M on boards; $9 on timber; $3 fi
ton on clay, and $3 60@4 on phosph?tcs. To Bal?
timore, by steam, ?@?c fi Yb; by saU, $6@7 f M
on boards; $3 60@4 fi ton on phosphate rock.
.Vessels are lu demand by our merchants to take
lumber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darlcn
and SatUJa River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and $11@12 fi M are rates on
umber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was irregular at 136? for 60 day biUs.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight check8onNew York at X discount; '5
days X discount; 10 days 1 per cent discount; 15
days IX off; 20 days IX; 30 days 2 off. They are
selling sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
27 and selling at 28.
Markets by Telegraph.
I.ONDON, November 4-Noon. - Consols 03?.
BoLds 83?. Sugar on thc spot 40s; afloat 29s Od.
Evening.-Thc bullion in the Bank of England
has decreased ?193,000. Consols 93?. Bonds 83.
LIVERPOOL, November 4-Noon.-Cotton stea?
dy; uplauds 12?d; Orleans 12?d; sales, 12,000
Evening.-Cotton closed steady; uplands I2?d;
Orleans I2?d. Exports and speculation took
4000 bales. Red winier wheat 9s Cd.
PARIS, November 4.-Bourse opened quiet.
Evening.-The ?iou:sc dosed Hat. Rentes 71f
32c. The specie In the Bank of France has de?
creased four and a quarter millions of francs.
HAVRE, November 4.-Cotton opens flat and
quiet; tres ordinaire on the spot ir 17.
NEW YORK, November 4-Noon_Stocks steady
but dull. Money strong at 7. Sterling, long 9;
short 0?. Gold 26?. '62's 14?. Tennessee ex
coupons 60; new 50?. Virginia ex-coupons 50;
new 52. Lonlsana, old 66; levees CO?; 1S8S si.
North Carolinas 47; new 38?.
Eveuing.-Cotton declining; sales 3000 bales at
2?c. Flour heavy, and 5 to 10c lower. Superfine
State $5 20ao 35; common to ralf extra Southern
$6 lOaO C5. Wheat ia3c lower; declined chiefly
on spring. Winter red Western $140? 42: Illi?
nois $1 20al 28. Corn opened quiet, but closed 3a
ic tatter, with a rair speculative demand. Pork
a shade Ai-mer at $30. Lard drooping. Whiskey
lower at $1 I4al 15. Rice heavy. Sugar quiet
and firm. Molasses'dnU and heavy. Turpentine
46?a47?. Rosin $2 20a$8. Freights a shade
firmer; on cotton by steam ?a7-iG. Governments
closed steady; 62'5a; 116?. Southerns dull. Money
easier, but steady. Sterling dull at 8?a9. Gold
closed dull at 2e?a26?. Stocks weak and unset?
BALTIXOXK, November a.-Cotton 24?c. Flour
active but prices weak; Howard street superfine
$3 60*3 75. Wheat dull; prime to choice red
$1 35al 45. Corn dull; new white 75a90c; old
$lal 08. Oats dull at 5&a68c. Rye very dull at
90ca$l. Pork $33. Bacon firm.
CINCINNATI, November 4.-The decline In gold
depressed the price of corn ?new 60c; old 95aP6.
Whiskey unsettled at $1 05. Pork dull, small
sales at $31. Bacon unchanged. Nothing doing
In new meats.
LOUISVILLE, November 4.-Corn steady, In bulk
90c. Oats steady, in bulk 50. Provisions quiet
and unchanged. Whiskey declining, $l 06.
WILMINGTON, (N. C.,) November 4.-Spirits tur?
pentine firmer at 42?a42?c. Rosin active: strum?
ed $160. Crude turpentine steady at $1 60a2 75.
Tar unchanged. Cotton quiet at 24a24?c.
SAVANNAH, November 4.-Cotton receipts 3850
bales; exports 2161 bales; sales 700 bales; mid?
dlings 24?c; market quiet.
AUGUSTA, November 4.-Cotton active, but
prices lower; sales 900 bales; receipts 1012 bales;
MOBILE, November 4.-Cotton demand and sales
confined to a few. Closed dull. Sales 800 bales.
Middlings 24a24?c. Receipts 1650.
NEW ORLEANS, November 4.-Cotton quiet and
lower at 24?a24?o. Sales 3400 bales. Receipts
6745 bales. Sugar receipts light; fully fair 12?al3c;
yellow clarified I3?al4?c. Molasses-prime
80aSlc. Gold 27?. Sterling 37?. New York
sight exchange par to? discount.
WILMINGTON, November 3.-SriRiTS TuBrzN
TiNE.-Sales of 88 casks at 42X0.
ROSIN.-Sales reached 710 bbls at $1 55al 67?
for strained, $1 65 for No 2, and $2 25a3 25 for
CRIDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 42 bbls at $2 75
for virgin and yellow dip, and $160 for bard.
TAR.-Sales of 47 bbls at $2 05 per bbl.
COTTON.-32 bales were sold at 24,'.,', 24?a24?c.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
COLUMBIA, November 3.-Sales of cotton to?
day about 140 bales, at prices ranging from 23?
to 24c for middling.
SUMTER, November 2.-Ordinary to good ordi?
nary 2l?a22?c; low middling 23a24c; middling
24?c. Sales for tne week 320 bales.
MONTGOMERY, November 2.- Thc market ls
rather quiet to-day. Holders are free dealers, but
buyers are scarce. Low middlings nominally
ATLANTA, November 2.-The market closed
quiet at 23c for middlings, 22?c for low mid?
dlings, 21?c for good ordinary, and 20?c for or^
dlnary. Receipts to day 00 bales.
COLUMBUS, November 2.-The market to-day
has been very active at 23c for middlings
and 20?a23? for strict to good middlings. Sales
583 bales. Shipments 460 bales.
SELMA, November 1.-Yesterday the market
closed quiet but firmer, with very little offering.
Sales 246 bales. Wc quote as follows: Good ordi?
nary 22?a22?c; low middling 22?a23c; middlings
MACON, November 2.-The market to-day open?
ed with more animation, but fell off through the
day, and closed dull, with middlings at 23a23?c.
Thc sales of thc day were on the basis of 23?c for
middlings. Received to-day 739 bales; sold 575
bales; shipped 667 bales.
Charleston WholcKulc Pri?e*.
ARTICLES. ? nil
BAGGING, $ yard
Dundee. 30 (Si
Gunny Cloth?. 24 ?
BALE Rora, V lb
.Western. 8 ?
Jute. 6 ?
BITTER-Goshen. 30 @
County. 25 ?
COTTON, V lb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 23??
. Low middling. 24j.??
Middling to strict middling... 24??
Good middling. ?
Sea Island.?. 50 ?
COFFEE, $ lb
Rio. 20 ?
Lagnayra. 28 @
Java. 35 ?
CaroUna Fertilizer, ^ 2000 ros. CO 00 ?>
Double Refuted Poudrette. 30 00 ?
Niles'Phosphate. ?a oo ?
Peruvian Guano, V 2240 lbs... 105 00 @
Pacific Guano, $ 2000 lbs. C5 00 ?
' Phoenix Guano. 65 00 @
Baugh'B Phosphate, ? 2000 lbs 68 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, $ 2000 lbs 65 00 @
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($05
time). 57 60 @
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 35 CO ?
Land Plaster. 2460 @
Mapes' Super Phos. $ 2000 lbs. 65 00 ?
Woolstoii's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 @
? Woolstou's Vcgc'or, $ 2006 lbs 65 00 ?
Croasdale's(ien.J5up.Phos. net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 @
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, ca-h. 65 00 ?
Sardy's Pacific Guauo, cash... 60 00 @
Tatapsco Guano. 65 oo ?
E. Frank Co's Phosphate. 65 00 ?
FLOCK, fl bbl
Super.... 6 50 ?
Northern and Western Extra. 0 76 ? 7 00
Baltimore Extra. @
Southern-Super. 7 00 @ 7 25
Extra. 7 50 @ 7 75
Family.-.. 8 00 @ io 00
GRAIN; 9 bushel
Maryland Oats. ?
Western OaLs. @
Corn., 1 35 ? l 40
HAV, $ cwt
North River. ?
Eastern. i 25 @ 1 35
LUMUKU. $ M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 ? 55 00
White Pine, good run. ?s 00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 ? 24 00
Boards, rough.14 00 ? 15 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, ?! gallon-.
Sugar-house.&o ? 1 00
New Orleans. ?
NAVAL STOKES, $ bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 50 @
Rosin, No. l. 2 75 ? 4 00
Rosin, No. 2. 1 80 ? 2 00
Rosin, No. 3. 1 75 ?
Spirits Turpentine, V gallon.. 42??
Oakum, fl lb. 1? ?
NAILS-American 4?20d" \> keg 5 60 ? 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... G 70 ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 60 ?
"Dupont's, masting. 4 25 ? . ..
PROVISIONS, $ lb
Bacon, llallis. (ni
Sides. 21 ? 21?
Shoulders. 17?? 17?
Strips. 21 ??
Lard, In keg. 20 ? 21
Butter. 30 @ 45
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, Irish, <p bbl. 2 50 ? 3 00
Sweet.^_ 3 50 ? 4 Oo
Onions. 5 00 @ 6 50
Apples. 6 00 ? 6 00
Eggs. 30 ? 32
Poultry-Chickens, $ doz_ 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 6 oo ? 6 00
RICE, $ lb-Carolina. 6? ? 7
East India. ?
SALT, $ sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 PO ? 2 oo
Liverpool, linc. ?
SUGAR, ?1 lb-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ? ..
BEESWAX-V lb. 38 ? 40
HIDES. Green-? lb. os ?
Dry. 18 ?
ClIRSTNl'T.s-V bushel. 4 00 ?
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A PORT IN GREAT BRITAIN-Per British bark Cor?
nucopia-785 bbls spirits turpentine, 870 bbls
? NEW TORE-Per steamship Weybossctt-1052
bales upland cotton.Per steamship Mlnne
tonka-1000 bales upland cotton. 45 bags sea
island cotton, 2 bags wool, 114 tierces rice, 48
bales domestics, and sundries.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamshtp J W Everman
506 bales cotton, 167 tierces rice, 253 bbls rosin, 6
locomotive tires, 240 car springs, 77 gum springs,
141 bales yarn, 50 casks clay, and sundry pack
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-100 tierces
rice, 454 bales upland cotton, 16 casks clay, 32
tons pig iron, 15 hhds hides, ll bales hides, 20 bbls
oranges, 24 empty barrels.
Kxports of the Week.
BOSTON VIA WILMINGTON-Per sehr Georgetta
Laurence-300 bbls rosin. 12 tierces rice. _
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-1610
bales upland cotton, 60 bags sea Island cotton,
126 tierces rice, 70 packages sundries....Per
steamship Georgia-707 bales upland cotton, 64
bags sea island cotton, 30 tierces rice....Per
steamship Charleston-76 bags sea island cotton,
1137 bales upland cotton, 00 tierces rice, 7, bales
''omestics, 84 packages, 100 empty barrels....
Per sehr B N Hawkins-106 bales upland cotton,
267 tierces rice, 494 bbls rosin, 1511 bags cotton
seed, 60 casks clay, 377 empty carboys, 104 empty
barrels, 8 bales paper shavings.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus
404 bales cotton, 60 bales yarn, 140 tierces rice,
198 bbls rosin, 10 casks clay, 89 bbls beans, 4 bbls
oranges, 30 empty casks.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-594 bales
cotton, 30 bales rags ana wool, 235 tierces rice,
200 boxes canned fruits, 40 packages.
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NOTE.-Wc have deducted from New Orleans
12,079 bales uplands, from Mobile .... bales, from
Savannah 914 bags sea island and - bales up?
land, aDd from Charleston 672 bafts sea island and
83 bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rice
from thc Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1 to November 4, 1800.
te. I.iUp'd. i Rice
LlUp'd. . Bice
Other Br. Ports
TotT G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
S. of Europe..
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. A Nr'folk
Oth. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
470i 2204s! 20.-.1
....j- 9611 11-1
91 4758 495
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from thc Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to November 4. 1809.
Oth'r U S P'rts
MuJ'a A M'kct.
St John's, NB.
Stocks of Cotton in thc Interior Towns
not Included In thc Receipts.
Augusta A Hamburg.October 30
Macon, Ga.October 30
Columbus, Ga.November 1
Montgomery, Ala... .October 30
Selma, Ala.Oct sher 30
Memphis, Tenn.October 30
Nashville, Teun.October 30
Receipts by Railroad, November 4.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1660 bales cotton, 10 bales domestics, loo cases
lard, 2 cars lumber, 3 cars wood. To .Railroad
Agent, G W Williams A co, Pelzer, Rodgers A co,
W B Smith A co, R Mure, W Roach, J N Robson,
Claghorn, Herring A co, Watson A Hill, Sloan, G
H Walter A co, WC Courtney A co. Frost A Ad
ger, Reeder A Davis, W W Smith, Mowry A co,
Greaser A Smitb, and others.
153 bales cotton, 50 bbls naval stores, 16 cars
lumber, tobacco, mdse, Ac. To Kinsman A How?
ell, W K Ryan, B Levy. Walter A co, A J Salinas,
L Cohen k co, H Klatte, Thurston A Holmes,-W C
Bee A co, Claghorn, Herring A co, L Cobon A co,
G W Williams A co, Frost A Adger, J B E Sloan,
W B Plncell, A D Walker, W Gurney, Brodie A co.
Caldwell A Son, Miss F Gist, Ingraham A Son, E
B Stoddard A co, Reeder A Davis, W C Bee A co,
Gracser A Smith, Klinck, Wickenberg A co, and J
D Aiken A co.
Per steamship Minnetonka, for New York
L J Bull?s, Mrs Ard and child, D McDcwltt, and C
Per steamship Sea Gull, for Baltimore-Rev 0
Hicks, Miss J F Gadsden, and 1 on deck.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-P Gossler
and wife, o A Wood, H Baldwin, D Jones, Captain
Carrel, Cantaln Leonard, G E Boggs, Mr Garrison,
D H Kennedy and wife, Mr Herron, M Middleton,
Mr Budds, O B Goss, and 40 on deck.
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 5.
British sehr Rosalie, Albury, Eleuthcra. Bah-0
days. Fruit. To A Cannie.
British sehr Ella Howell, Roberts, Nassau, N P
0 days. Mdse. To the Master. Bound to New
York, and put into this port to repair damages to
Sehr M A Tyler, Tyler, New York-4 days. Gu?
ano. To W Roach A co, G W Williams A co, Rail?
road Agent, and Order.
Sehr J M Brooman. Douglass, Philadelphia-4
davs. Coal. To H F Baker A co.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka. via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 89
bales cotton, Ac. To J D Aiken A co, G H Ingra?
ham, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Roper A Stoney, Kirk?
patrick A Witte, J Salvo, J Wlrth A co, W B Wil?
liams A Son, I Hyman A co, Fraser A Dill Hop?
kins, McPherson A Co, Reeder A Davis, Piuckney
Bros, and Gourdin, Matthiessen A err.
Sloop Amelia, from Ashepoo. "33 bushelsrough
rice. To Frost A Adger.
Received from Chisolm's Mill-10 tierces rice.
2 bags sea island cotton. To Reeder A Davis, and
Chisel m Bros.
Steamship-Minuetonka, Carpenter, New York
Ravenel A co.
Steamship Weybopsett, Tarrish, New York-Jas
Adger A co.
steamship J W Evcrman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia-Jno A Theo Getty.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courte?
nay A Trenholm.
British bark Cornucopia, Carter, a Port In Great
Britain-R Mure A co.
Steamship Minnetonka, Carpenter, New York.
Steamship Wevbossett. Parrish, New York.
Steamship Sca'Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, New Y ork.
Sehr J A Parson, Stephens, Wilmington, N C.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, Novem?
Sehr L Q C Wishart, Mason, Wilmington, N C,
Sehr Carrie Holmes, Holme?, Wilmington, N C,
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Cambia, Gillcv, at Philadelphia, Novem?
Sehr Ida S Burgess, Burgess, at New York, No?
CLEARED FOR TniS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, November 2.
Steamship Gulf Stream, McCrccry, at New York,
Steamship Maryland, johnson, at Baltimore,
The Clara, Nichols, at Liverpool, October 20.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig James Crosbv, Baldwin, from Providence,
R I, October 30.
SAVANNAH. November 4-Arrived, bark Norwe-.
glan, Portland:Canada, Boston; brig Ida L Ray.
Boston; sehrs John Crookcr and M B Brambah,
New York. Cleared, steamships America, Balti?
more: San Salvador, New York.
Consignees per sehr Lilly, from New York, ar?
rived Wednesday-W Roach A co, J E Adger A
co, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Associai iou, W
M Bird A co, Andrews k Salvo, ll Bischoff A co,
T W Bliss, Bollmann Bros, J H Bredenbcrg, C Bart
A co. F C Borner. Dr II Baer, E Bates A co, E R
Cowperthwait, Macduff Cohen, Clacius A Witte,
Cameron, Barkley A CO, W U Chafee A co, J D
Aiken A co, L Cohen, T D Clancy A co, H Cobla A
co, W S Corwin A co, Dowle A Moise, H A Due, n
Daly, L Elias, D F Fleming A co, Goodrich, Wine
man A co, W Gurney, P L Guillcmin, J Johnson, J
II Graver, Il Gerdts k co, Hart A co, T M Horsey
A Bro, J Uurkamp A co, G S Hacker, J II Hillen,
N A Hunt, J W Harrisson, Holmes A Calder, Jen?
nings, Thomlinson A co. Knobeloch A Small, H W
Kinsman, J Kennertv, F Kressel, Jr, Kinsman A
Howell, H Klutte A co, T E Knox, C Kerrison, Jr,
King A Gibbon, Killick, Wickenberg & co, Latirey
A Alexander, A Langer, M laihrs, S R Marshall,
Mantoue A co, Mills House, A McCobb, Jr, Muller,
Nimitz A co, W McLean, G M Marlin, Neufville A
Hannam, B O'Neill, 0 P Poppenhelm, E Pierson,
D Paul A co, J M Parker. J A Quackonbush, Bail
road Agent, C Ring, Riecke A Schachte, Reeder A
Davis, G W Steffens, W Shepherd, U Siegllng, L
Schnell, E H Stelling, A Tobias' Sons, J Thomson
A co. G W Williams A co, W L Webb, J Wlrth A
co. Werner A Ducker, Walker, Evans A Cogswell,
P Walsh, Wagcncr A Monsees, W White, J Wiley
A co, J ll Wuhrmann, E R White, Adams A Da?
mon, and Brig Mary M Francis.
List of Shipping
IN TnE PORT OF CHARLESTON, NOV KM HEH 4.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
wit hm the State, excepted.
Darien (Br), 1172 tons, Peters, at Boree A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-It Mine A co.
Manhattan, 1?37 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf.
for New York, loading-Janus Adger k co.
J w Evcrmau, oui tons. Hinckley, at Atlantic
wharf, for Philadelphia, readv-Alohit A Theo
Ellen Southard. 045 loin, Mor^<\ at Atlantic
wharf, loadliig for Liverpool-Willis A- Ckis
Duke of Wellington (Br), 724 tons. Allen, at Yan
derhorst's wharf, from Liverpool, discharg?
ing-Ravenel A co.
Annie Kimball, 7.';2tons, Stiuscn, nt Central wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros A CO.
John Bright (Br), 60S tons, McMuIlcn. at Accommo?
dation wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Risley
inventa (Xor). 3!'9 tons, Wright, nt Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J M Freds
Cornucopia (Br), 210 tons. Caner, at Marshall's
wharf, for a Port in Great Britain, ready
R Mure A co.
Dalkeith (Mr), B48 tons. Langwill, nt Kerr's wharf,
Tor Liverpool, loading-lt Mure A co.
A B Wyman,- tons, Wyman, at Atlantic wharf,
/or Liverpool, loading-W B Smith A co.
Jerome Jones, (Hr,) 624 tons, crosby, at Atlantic
.wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W Roach ? co.
IrH, (Br,) - tons, Sullock, at Marshall's wharf,
fora Port in Great Britain, loading-lt Mure
Mary Kilinm (Br), 421 tons, Buller, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J A T Getty.
Don Justo, - tons, D?nhoff, at Kerr's wharf, ?rom
Damariscolta, Me, discharging-Master.
Lady Pene (Br), 3.">c tons, Patterson^ at Bennett's
wharf, from Salt River, Jam, waiting-J A
Enslow A co.
Mary M Francis, 432 tons, Francis, at Adger's
wharf, for Havre, loading-W Roach A co.
Monica, Hil tons, McCobb, in Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading-J A Enslow A co.
Susie J Strout, mo tons, Hammond, at Palmetto
wharf, for Brunswick, loading-J A Enslow
i k co.
Shamrock, 162 tons, Kay, at Brown A co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W Kundi A co.
Josie A Devereaux, ,z-> tons, (.'lark, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Boston,loading-M Goldsmith
A Fomento (Span), 197 tens. Alsina, at Brown A
co's wharf, from Matanza-, wai.lng- W P
Thomas Misrominins, HO tons, Wyatt, al Ben?
nett's wharf, repairing-J A Enslow ,t co.
Petrel, loo tons, Shani:-, at Pttlmetl-j wharf, from
Baltimore, to be repaired-J A Enslow k CO.
Mary E Femeriek, 217 lons, Darsey, in the St i e tm,
from Baltimore, wailing-J A Enslow A co.
NW Smith, 2M tons. Tooker, in Ashley River,
for New York, loading-W Roach A co.
Ada Ames, ino tons, Adams, at Brown A- co's
wharf, for Cull' ol' Mexico, loading-W Roach
John A Griflln, 305 ?ons, Foster, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
W B Thomas. 272 tons, Marshall, In the Stream,
for Philadelphia, ready-II F Baker A co.
Ida RlrdsaU, :;.">s tons, Blrdsall, at Marshall's
wharf, for New York, loading-W Roach A co.
Hem iel tn, 120 tons, Lcavltt, In Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-Ridley A Creighton.
Myrover, 418 tons, Brown, ai" Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading-W Roach A co.
Glengary, 218 tons, Yates, at Atlantic wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-J A Enslow A co.
Lilly, 412 tons, Hughes, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
David Collins, - tons, Townsend, at Atlantic
wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging-J A
Enslow A co.
Marcus Hunter, 183 tons, Orr, at Brown A co's
whn.rr, from Portland, Me. discharging-T
Tupper A Sons.
MA Tyler, 205 tons, Tyler, In the Stream, from
New York, just arrived-W Roach A co.
J M Brooman, - tons, Douglass, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-U F Baker A
jp 0 R LIVE R P 0 0 L
The British ship DUKE OF WELLING?
TON, Robert Allen, Master, will load for the
above port and have dispatch.
For Freight engagements, apply to
nov4 RAVENEL A CO
~JpOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LINE.
The Schooner IDA BIRDSALL, Birdsall,
Master, having nearly all her freight en
paged and going on board, wants some lig
Freight to all up and leave forthwith.
nov3 3_WILLIAM ROACH A CO
Thc "Al" New Clipper Uar* MARY EIL- ^a
LAM, w. Butler, Master, having considera-SB?
ble portion of freight engaged, will have quiet
dispatch. Apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
nov3_North Atlantic Wharf.
BOSTON AND CHARLESTON LINE
Tiie Al Brig JOSIE A. DEVERBAUX, hav?
ing a large portion of her cargo engaged^
and ready, will receive cotton and other fre?
to fill up, at Brown A Co.'s Wharves.
For Freight engagements, apply to .
nov2 MOSES GOLDSMITH jfc SONS.
The fine British Bark DALKEITH, Xang
will, Master, has a considerable portion of
her cargo engaged and going on board.
For Freight engagements apply to
ROBT. MURE A CO.,
nov2 Boyce's Wharf?
The American Bark ANNIE KIMBALL,
Stimson Master, 2000 bales capacity, hasj
considerable cargo engaged and now gwng
on board, and will be dispatched for- the above
For Freight engagements, apply to
0C121 STREET BROTHERS A CO.
?piOR NEW YORK
The steamship MANHATTAN, M. S.^fis*
Woodhull, Commander, will be dlspatch-j?3yjfip
cd for the above port on SATLTIBAY, the titli in
stant. at half-past 7 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage apply to
nov3 4 ??AMES ADOER A CO., Agents.
y O R
LIVE R P O O L
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
Tlie Al Iron Screw Steamship DARI-^d
EN, 1172 tons, James Peters Master,2?3__
having a large portion of her cargo engaged, "wT
load with dispatch for the above port.
Cotton and produce for all points on tho Conti?
nent of Europe received, and Through Bills Lad?
ing signed at Charleston.
insurance by this Une of Steamers three-quar?
ters per cent.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
nov2 Boyce's Wharf.
TEAM T~? BOSTON
Wc are prepared to give Through ^fijBBfe
Bills of Lading for Cotton, to Boston *l\\ItM*
via Semi-Monthly Linc Boston and Savannah
Steamships, and Steamers DICTATOR, CITY
POINT and PILOT BOY, at liberal rates. First
Steamer leaves Savannah on the 20th instant. -
oct 18_,_J. D. AIKEN A CO.
nnRAVELLERS - PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In tlielr^drfiS?fc
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, cor-2?sa?ifci
.dials. Brandies, Whiskies Wines,. Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segare.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No.275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York. sept28 6mos
JpACLFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROrOH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
Steamers of thc above Une leave Picr^fk?^.
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street,2?J???a
New York, at -12 o'clock noon, of the 1st, nth ant
2lst or every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of 1st and 2lst connect at Panama
with steamers for South Paciflc and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of nth of each month connects with
thc new steam linc from Panama to Australia and
Steamship cniNA leaves San Francisco for
China and Japan October 4,1809.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further Information ap?
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, foot or Canal-street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA AND JACK?
On and after the 23d of October _ T?F*^*?
Hie steamer CITY POINT, Captain ffffifTWi
?corge K. McMillan, will sail from Charleston
every SATURDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, the CITY POINT will leave Savannah
every Tiif Ksn A Y MORNING, at 9 o'clock, connect?
ing with Central Railroad at Savannah for Mobile
ami New Orleans, and witta the Florida Railroad
at Fernandina for cedar Keys, at which point
steamers connect with New Orleans, Mobile, Pen?
sacola, Key West and Havana.
Through Bills of Lading given for cotton per Sa?
vannah line 01'steamers to Boston.
Through Bills of Lading given for goods to Mo?
bile, Pensacola und New Orleaus.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
octlS South Atlantic Wharf.
JpOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT,
Tiie fast steamer "PILOT BOY,'' _ -r!T^?v,
Captain Penn Peck, will leave Mid-f???jS3??
die Atlantic Wharf for above points every^rurus
t'AY MOUNINO, at s o'clock, until funner notice.
Returning, will leave Savannah SATURDAY
MOKXIXO, at 7 o'clock.
oct'J J. I). AIKEN A CO.
JpOR BEAUFORT VIA ROCKVILLE.
ED1STO AND CUISOLM'S LANDING.
The fast steamer "PILOT BOY,"
Capiaiu Fenn Peck, will leave Mid-_
die Atlantic Wharf for above points every "SON DA Y
MOONING, at 8 o'clock, until further notice.
Re: urning, will leave Beaufort every TCESDAT
MOBKIKO at 6 o'clock, and Edisto 2 o'clock P. M.
oct9 J. 1). AIKEN A CO., Agents.
FOR PALATKA FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA AND JACKSON
The Elegant and First-class " -F"^??.
Steamer DICTATOR, Cuntain W. T.g^k?^
McNelty, will sail from charleston every Tu5g>
DAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, for the above points.
Returning, the Steamer will leave Savannah
SUNDAY MORNINO, at 9 o'clock
fornicating with thc Central Railroad at Savan?
nah for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tue
Florida Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys,
at which point steamers nnect with New Or?
leans, Mobile, Pensacola, ney West and Havana.
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans and
AB Height payable on thc wharf.
Gootls not removed at sunset will be stored at
risk and expense of owners.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., A gea ts,
oct! South Atlantic Wharf.
rp O W A G E .
The Steamer SAMSON havin0
been recently put in thorough or
der, is now ready to tow vessels to and from sea,
and the phosphate works on the Ashley and Coop?
For engagements, apply on board, to Captain
W. F. ADAIR, or al the otllce of the Agency, East
Hay, opposite Accommodation Wharf.
Crockerrj, (Cl)ina, &c.
WO THOUSAND SETS
FOR SALE AT REDUCED PRICES.
3 Inch flat and deco PLATES, nt 10c. a set.
4 inch Lat and deep Plates, at 15c. a set.
5 inch flut and deep Plates, at 20c. a set.
0 inch* flat and deep Plates, at 20c. a set. By
WM. G. WHLLDEN & CO.,
Nos. 1S7 Meeting street and 255 King street,
oct28 thsmwio Corner Beaufain.
J1HE CIRCUS OF THE PERIOD!
PILL EXHIBIT IN CHARLESTON, ON THE
THURSDAY, F1IDAY AND SATURDAY,
November ll, 12 anti 13, I860,
lommencing THURSDAY NIGHT, at hali-p?st7
Two Performances on FRTDAT and SATURDAY.
latinees at 2 P. H.; Night Exhibitions at balf
HO- ADMISSION, 76 cents; Ctuldren underijMl
ears, 60 cents.
asg- Tickets are now for sale at the Cigar
Stands of the Charleston and Pavilion Hotels.
THE ESTABLISHED REPUTATION
STONE k MURRAY'S CIRCUS,
Is too Well known to require an extended no?
tice, as the patrons of amusement know that in
the past visits to Charleston of
THIS PEERLBSS CIRCUS,
All promises of excellence have been abundant?
ly fulfilled. The Troupe this season will confirm
the pledge that lt is ? ,
THB BEST IN THE WORLD,
And eclipse any similar Exhibition that has '
ever exhibited in this country. 'nov* 6
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICB, ) .
CHARLESTON,-S. C., Sept. 18, I860. J
On and after Thursday, September 16. the Pas?
senger Trarns on thc South Carolina Ralfreataritt
run as follows: tr
' F OK AUGUSTA.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. II
Arrive at Augusta...4.46 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.;.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden train.
Leave Augnsta.-.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4:00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.46 A. iL
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. IL
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.*.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
f COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS., >.
Leave Charleston.6.06 P.M.
Arrive at Colnmbia.4.46 A. M. '
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charlotte and South Caro?
Leave Colnmbia.'..6.60 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.60 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with up and down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden. .6.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.46 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.001'. M.
(Signed) - H. T. PEAK%
septic General Superintendent.
NDR HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES Of THB
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THEY ABE KZCOMMENDES BY TEE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
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Tba Original tad col?
Soliailo Tixtora Bada.
It can be applied to
any Stair Rod, either
Round or Flat, and
o reventa its slipping.
from its place.
Ask for the
B?tent Drop Fixture,
.OLD BT AU
AND BUY NO OTHES.
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For Hotels, Restaurants and Public Buildings,
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BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION
SALE? OF REAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BO&S,
SECURITIES AND PERSONAL PRO
PERTY ATTENDED TO.
No. 27 BROAD STRE
Charleston", S. C.
REFERENCES.- Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MA
?JHJ,U' Esq- GeBer?" JAMES CONNER, T. X
WARING, Esq. . ' ##4