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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
SOUTHEfNBANK BILLS, STOCKS, BONDS, Ac.
REPORT OF THE MARKET
?OR THE WERE ENDING APRIL 21ST, 18T0, PRE?
PARED EXPRESSLY FOR 'TUE NEWS," BY I. S.
E. BENWEIT, STOCK BROKER AND REAL ESTATE
AGENT. NO- 40 BROAD STREET.
The market during the past week for all classes
of securities continued dull. Sterling rated yester?
day at 22??22% In domestic exchange, the
banks were purchasing sight drafts on New York
at par to >,', and selling at U@Ji premium. Gold
bought at ll and sold at 12}-'. Banks discounted
on good collaterals, at 1 per cent, per month.
Southern Banft Bills.
Charleston. Bank of. M~ par
Camden, Baak of. T?|
Chester. Bank of.....-..----.
Commercial Bank. Columbia. .. 02? ..
City of Charleston Change Bills. P".
Exchange Bank, Columbia.,., :. >**9 10
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Hamburg, Bank olfew. ?*g
Merchants' Bunk-, Uneraw. 02? ..
Newberry, Bank or. ?J?g ..
Planters' Bank, Fairfield. 02? ..
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank. par.
People's Bank..?.. ??.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (old).. par.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (new). par.
State Bank. 02?
South Carolina, Bank of.... ?4@ 00
State of South Carolina, Bank of the,
prior to 1881...... 62t?
State or South. Carolina, Bank of the,
after January l. 1S01.5?
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
Union Bank. Par
Charleston Bank (whole shares)....$23 00?
Charleston Bank (half shares).1160?
City ol Charleston Six Per Cent.
ex interest (nominal). 66 00? 56 50
Charleston Gas Company. 22 00? 22 50
Charleston City Railway (ex dlvl- I
dend. 52 00? 52 50
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad.45 oo@ 46 oo
First National Bank of Charleston.. 119 00?
Grahltevllle Manuracturlng Compa?
ny (ex dividend).450 00?
Memphis and Charleston R. R..ll 00?
Northeastern Railroad (capital). 09 00? 10
northeastern Railroads per cent.
People's National Bank of Charles
ton.106 00? ..
People's Bank ..-- 6 60?
Planters' & Mechanics' Bank. 2 60? 2 75
State of South Car ulina. 80 00?
South Carolina Railroad and Bank
(whole shares). 45 00? 46 60
South Carolina Railroad (hali shares) 21 60? 22 00
South Carolina Loan ana Trust Com?
pany (ex-dlvldend)....102 00?
Savannah and Charleston Railroad.. 31 00? 32 00
Union Bank. 6 75? 7 00
Southern Bonds, Coupons, die.
Augusta, Ga., 7 percent. Bonds- 80 oo? si 00
Blue Ridge Railroad 7 per cent. (1st
mortgage) Bonds. 64 60? 65 oo
Charleston Fire Loan 7 percent.
Columbia 6 per cent. Bonds. 68 00? 70 00
Columbia Coupons. 76 00? 76 oo
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
6 ptr cent. (State guaranteed)... 65 00?
Gheraw and Darlington Railroad 7
percent. (1st mort gage Bonds).. 84 00?
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta 7
per cent. Bonds (nominal). 90 00?
Georgia State Bonds, 7 per centroid) 86 ?0@
Georgia State Bonds, 7 per ct. (ne w). 94 00?
Georgia sute Bonds, 6 per cent, - 85 00?
Georgia State Coupons. 98 00? par
' Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 per cent. (1st mortgage) Bonds 80 00?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad, 7
per c. nt. (State guaranteed)
Bonds. 60 00?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
Certificate or Indebtedness.67 oo?
Memphis Bonds, 6 per cent, (unen
dorsed). 60 00? 51 00
Memphis Bonds, G per cent, (endors?
ed liv M. A C. Railroad). 66 00? . ..
Memphis City Coupous. 70 00? 71 00
"Memphis and Charleston R. K. 7 per
cent. Bonds. 64 00?
Memphis and Cha-1un R. R. Coupons 76 00?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage 7 per ct (past due) Bonds.. 88 00? 89 00
Non nea s ern Railroad First Mort?
gage, 8 per ct. Bonds. 87 00? 87 60
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
(past due). 88 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
Indebtedness. 63 eo? ?5 oo
State of South Carolina 6 per cent.
Bonds (old). 85 Oo?
State of South Carolina 6 per cent.
Bonds (new Issue of January 1,
1867).1. 80 00?
State of South Carolina Bonds 6 per
cent, (issued for Bank of the
SUte bills).80 oo?
State of South Carolina Coupons
Son th Carolin a Railroad Six Per Cent
Bonds. 72 00? 73 00
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds (ex-coupons). 79 60? 80 00
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. par.
Savannah, and Charleston Railroad -
7 per cent, (1st mort ga ..e) Bonds 78 00?
(Savannah and charleston Railroad
7 per cent, (State guaranteed).. 70 00? 71 CO
Spartanburg and tulon Railroad
7 per cent. (State guaranteed)
Bonds. 68 00? 60 00
Savannah, Ga., 7 per cent, Bonds... 85 00?
Savannah Coupons (due previous to
June 1st, 1S66). 95 oo?
Savannah Coupons (due after June
1st, 1866). 95 00?
Thc Charleston Market.
(FOR TBS WEEK ENDINO APRIL 21.]
THE CROP?.-The week opened with moderately
warm and dry weather, favorable to rapid pro?
gress or work in thc field, but a sharp change
afterward took place, the thermometer sinking to
near oe about the frost point, with strong cold
winds, such as would be particularly bad ror young
vegetation. The precise effect or this winter spell
has not yet been ascertained, but can hardly be
otherwise than extremely pernicious. The unfavor?
able season now prolonged well into spring lscal
cnlatedtoleeriously retard the crops, and unless a
jfavorablc summer and late fall should occur, may
be decidedly damaging.
THE RECEIPTS.-The supplies reaching the
Southern ports have continued to show consid?
erable gains on last year, and were for the Week,
up t il Friday last, 42,760 bales, against 42,490 the
week before, and 27,967 for the corresponding
time last season. At New Orleans the receipts
were 17,496, In contrast with 8039 last year. The
torsi arrivals at the cotton ports from the first or j
September last np to the latest mail dates were
2,482,843 bales, and >,903,616 last season-showing
an increase of 679,227 bales. The amounts re?
ceived at the main Southern centres np to the
latest telegraphic dates have been about as
follow s :
New Orleans, April 20.... .997,015 747,585
Mobile, April 20.271,276 209.704
Savannah, April 20 .427,67.1 318.8G2
Charleston, April20 .210,380 175,068
Texas, April 20 . 206,433 129,995
Virginia, April 20.183,890 138,016
The arrivals at this port for the week has been
?9 bags of sea Islands and Floridas and 3261 bales
of uplands, against 163 bags of sea Islands and
Floridas and 2936 bales o' uplands the week be?
fore, and 1 bag or sea Island and 1821 bales or up?
lands ror the same week last season. These sup?
plies have come as follows: Say or uplands, per
South Carolina Railroad, 2891 bales; per North?
eastern Railroad 21S; Peedee 121; Georgetown l;
Santee so. 01 sea Islands, Savannah 30; Florida
4; Beaufort 25.
The arrivals at the chler Southern centres from
the 14th to the 20th instant inclusive, as reponed
by telegraph have been as follows. This Includes
all points but North Carolina and overland:
AP" \Fi.6125.... April 18. .5350 !> 17,815
April 19. 1389....April 20.. 749J
April 14 . 205....April 15 . .?
April 16.April 18... ?72 I 1 517
Aprlll9.ft. 432.... April 20... 208 |
April 14. 59?-April 15.i
April 16.April 18...UX0 V 4 012
April 19. 870....April 20... 1069J.
April 14. 469....April 15... 647 1
April 16.124....Ap.il 18...1140 V 3,320
April 19. 298... .April 20... 643 j
April 14.1109.... April 15.1
April 16.1279....April 18... 922 V 4,375
April 19. 404....April 28... 661J
April 14. 102....April 15.1
April 16.1005....April IS... 563 f 2,519
April 19. 424....April 20... 425J
Correy onding week last sea: oa 29,423 bales.
The stock o? the article In Bight at the latest
dates was as followr :
Stock In Liverpool. 477.000 314,580
Afloat from India. 101,000 209,000
Afloat from America. 211,000 166,000
Stock in London. 53,790 83,180
Afloat for London. 21,000 67,ooo
Stock In Havre. 60,690 43,915
Afloat for Havre. 51,127 35.565
Stock in Bremen. 9,896 4,796
Afloat ror Bremen. 18,610 10.3S5
Stock In United Statesports.... 357,203 342,582
St?ckln the interior towna.... 77,CCG 67.532
Total.... 1.438,982 1,344,635
Excess in visible supply. 94,447
The stock of cotton, held by Manchester spin?
ners at ?,the mills, now 35,600 bales; same time
1S69, 70,000 bales. Middling uplands, nowll.Kd,
TUE.OOTTON MARKET.-In consequence of the
Interruption of the holidays the business has been
limited at some or the leading markets, but prices
of the article have shown steadiness, and for good
grades rather strouger figures, The rates at Llv
C:;?ol and Kew 7orK ror this perlO! have beeii
HUH for middling uplands at the former, and
23JKC, advancing to 23K c, at the latter.
The following statement wul show the business
a: th?s? points: On Friday, April 15, at Liver?
pool, thsre was nothing done, being Good Friday,
and at Kew Torte tke same cause operated to
close the market. At the former, ou Saturday
and Monday, there were no sales reported. At
the latter, on Saturday, the article was quiet but
strong at 23K'c; sales looo bales, and, on Monday,
continued firm at 23>?"c; sales 700 bales. 0*
Tuesday the former was quiet at ll^i, Vales
10,000 bales; the latter was st<^ay at 2?;^c, sales
1200 bales. On Wednesday the forcer was steady,
uplands llK'd, s.aies 12,000 b^es; the latter was
steady, and the article in good demand at 23>ic,
sales 3900 bale3. Yeste?day the,Jormer was more
active at ii',d sala?, 15,000 bales; the latter was
firmer at 23Kc.
The transactions in this market.for this period,
have been hs follows:
On Fr'day, April 15, being good Friday, there
was no market; sales only 27 bales at 2ixc; quo?
tations nominal, say ordinary to good ordinary
18@20>?c; low middling 21c; middling 21 Kc;
strict middling 22c fl lb.
On Saturday theie was a fairly sustained in?
quiry, the market showing no alteration or note;
sales 600 bales: ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at lS@20>ic; low middling 21c; middling
21 Kc; strict middling 22c fl lb.
On Monday the demand was rather active, and
the better grades In some cases Improved ?fa lb
lb: sales 400 bales; ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 18?20K: low middling 2l@21X;
middling 21K@21X; strict middling 22@22xc
On Tuesday the inquiry was fairly maintained,
good qualities being qnite firm; sales 400 bales;
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 1S@21 ;
low middling 21X321 J?'; middling 21X022, and
strict middling 22>4c f? lb.
On Wednesday prices were firm, stock light and
inquiry good; sales 200 bales; quotations as be?
On yesterday there was a good demand, the
better qualities improving about vc. fi lb; sales
about 500 bales, say 5 at 19X; 30 at 21; 56 at 21 ii;
19 at 21 >i; 15 at 21 ?i; 17 at 21 K; 20 at 22; 21 at 22>?",
126 at 22#c. we quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.19 ($21
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The supplies ofthisquality
of the staple coming forward have become very
light, and were about 59 bags for the week. There
has been a fair inqulry.and with a somewhat firm?
er market, prices in some cases showing an Im?
provement or 2 to ile fl lb. The transactions for
thc week have been about 200 bags of sea Islaud
and Florida?, among which were : Say of sea
islands, 10 at 50; l l at 65; 6 at 00. or Floridas, io
at 35; 8 at 37; 27 at 38; 4 at 39; 34 at 40; 4 at 42; 21
at 43c. We quote common Floridas at 35@3Sc;
medium 33@42; good 4"?45; fine and choice no
sales. Sea islands may bc quoted at 4S&M tor
common; 55@G0 ror medium; 60?05 ror medium
to tine, and 70c?$l fl lb for tine and choice
RICE.-The receipts of Carolina rooRli rice nave
been only In a limited way. Thc very firm and
advancing market for this grain, noticed last
week, hos continued during the present period,
and prices have moved up about ?ic. fl lb., with
a steadily maintained inquiry, leading to thesale
of about 1200 tierces of clean Carolina, among
which were : 120 tierces at 6J?; 220 at OK; 250 at
?K; 220 at ex; 68 at 6Jii leo at 7c. fl lb. We
quote common and fair clean Carolina at 6?*'?
6KC., good 6K@7c. $ lb. Carolina rough may
be quoted at $1?1 30 ft bushel for interior, and
$1 25@l 60 ft bushel for seacoast. Messrs.
Cohen, Hanckel A Co., of our city, have Issued a
rice circular during the week, in which they esti?
mate the suppifes of Carolina on band and to
come forward at 16.486 tierces, against 21,301 last
season-making a deficiency of 4815 tierces.
NAVAL STOKES.-The lateness of thc season has
caused the crop of this article to bc backward,
and receipts have been light. There have been
moderate sales of pale to extra pale rosin at (4?
6 ft bbl; low pale at $3 50. and No. 1 at $2 9 bbl.
There ls a limited supply of spirits or turpentine,
and wc note sales ol 150 bbls at 40@41c ft gallon.
Crude turpentine may*be quoted at $3 50@3 75 fl
bbl for virgin, and (2 60@2 05 ror yellow dip.
HAT.-There have been received about 1600 bales
of North River qualities. Sales of this quality
took place from the whan at $1 30 fl hundred,
Jobbing parcels being held at $1 35.
CORN.-There have been considerable arrivals
from Baltimore, Norfolk, Ac, the supplies amount*
lng to about 35,000 bushels. The firm condition
of the Baltimore market has stiffened prices herc,
and-jobbing lots or prime white arc held nt about
$133@1 35 fl bushel, weight, sacks Included.
OATS.-There ls a moderate supply of this grain,
the transactions being for the supply or thc local
demand. We quote 80@S5c fl bushel, weight,
FLOUR.-Thc market has a good stock of this
article, and there is a fair trade doing, prices
showing no change of Importance. Sales of 200
bblB fine took place at $5 10 fl bbl; 100 super at
$5 50; too low extra at $6; and loo bbls low family
at $6 50 fl bbl. We quote Northern and Western
fine at $5?5 25; super $5 40@5 60; extra $G@0 60;
family at $6 76@8 Y bbl. Southern grades are in
moderate stock, and may be quoted at $7?7 75 ft
bbl for extra, and $S@9 fl bbl for family grades.
BACON.-Prices of this article have a firmer tend?
ency, the stock being limited and demand fair.
We qnote prime smoked shoulders at l3K@13Kc
fi rb; sides atl7K@i75?c fl lb; salted shoulders
12%@13c ? lb; saitedsldes at i6K@16Kc fl ft.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-There has been a mod.
erate business doing in these articles, and wc
quote common grocery sugars at 9@9Kc fi n>;
good 10@10Xc fl rb. Clayed molasses may be
quoted at 37@3Sc, in hogsheads, and Muscovado
at 39?42c, in hogsheads.
FRUIT.-The stock of West India is light, but
a cargo of bananas has just reached here from
VEGETABLES.-Irish potatoes are In fair supply
at $2(0,3 fl bbl. Onions are scarce at $6 eo@7 60.
Charleston green peas are coming forward, and a
rew shipments North have taken place, but thc
article is still held at fancy figures.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There is a fair stock of
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 3S@
40c fi ft. Western and other lower grades sell
from 20@30c fl lb; country do. at 25?30c fl ft,
as In quality. Lard ls In good supply and ls held
SALT.-There have been no arrivals. Lots from
store selling at $140@i co fi sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls fairly supplied
with this article, and we diotc 27@28c nominal
fl yard. Dundee bagging, 44 inches, IK lbs. for
Otc yard, is held at 30@35c.
ROFE.-The demand for rope ls moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at -cents fl ft; grceulearatlOceuts;
and jute at 6K@9 cents fl ft.
IRON BANDSAND TIES ror cotton, or thc most
approved patterns, arc ofTered ou the market at
6X9?Xe fi ft.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market for this arti?
cle ls dull. We quote timber for milling purposes
from $5?9. Shipping Umber $10@16; 4-4@5-4
flooring at $l4@is fi M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, Cttt t0 B[ze? Irom
?20024 fl M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, >?d on
uplands, ljfd on sea islands; by sail, we
quote r-icd on uplands and ?id on sea is?
lands. To Havre nominal, Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, Kc on nplandB and #c on sea
islands, $1 00 ^ tierce on rice; by sall, lie on
cotton;- tierce on rice; 40c barrel on
rosin; $T@$S ? M on lumber; $9@io f, M on tim?
ber. To Boston, by sail, K@Xc * rb on upland
cotton. To Providence, $8 fl M on boards, Kc
ft J* on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kc ? rb on uplands; by Bail, $6?7 $ M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $3@3 25 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, )gt ?
ib;by sail, $5 f M on boards; $2 ce?3 oo ? ton
I on Phosphat? rocfc. Vessels are In demand by
1 our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satllla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
$11@12 "g M are rates on lumber-and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 22.'4-@22Ji for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. -The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at pa^to )i pre?
mium; 5 days ',' discount; 10 days K per ct. dis?
count; 15 days ,'?'; 20 days -; 30 days -, They
are selling sight checks at K6K premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
and selling at 12K
Export! for tile W?"<K ending April il.
LivBRrov.L-1; fj southern Chief-ies ba- 9
!^l'Sland ^tton, 4057 bales upland cotto-, ^3
p . cotton seed, 628 bbls rosin...-.^cr ship
'-?ciao-16* bags sea island cotton, 1,09 bales up?
land colton. , . ,
NEW CASTLE, ENG-Pfcr Briton bark Wm Fisher
-520 lon* phosphate rock.
BOSTON-Ter sehr Montana-JOO tons phosphate
rock, 112 bbls naval stores. 87 bales cotton and
rags, 357 empty carboys, 12 boxes mdse, 2 trunks
mdse, 1 cask brass. 2 casks and 6 crates iron, 19,
61$ feet lamber, 1 half bbl grist.
WOOD'S HOLE-Per sehr Z Stcelman-380 tons
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carolina-95
bags sea island cotton, 353 bales upland cotton,
403 tierces rice, 33 bales cotton waste, 50 bales
yarn and sundries, 54 bundles paper, ll packages
?eatlier and hides.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-272 tierccB
rice, 153 bales cotton, 58 bales vam, 2 bales rags,
40 bundles paper, 7 rolls leather, 50 casks cay.
and sundries_Per sehr H A Hunt-loo tons
guano, inward cargo from Mobile.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, April 21.-Noon.-Consols 94.!?'. Bonds
88K- Tallow dull. Sugar quiet both on spot and
afloat. Common rosin steady at 5s Od.
PARIS, April 21.-Bourse opened firmer. Rentes
LIVERPOOL, April 21.-Noon.-Cotton firmer at
unchanged quotations; sales 12,000 bales. Lard
firm, 68s Od.
Evening.-Cotton steady at unchanged quota?
tions; sales 12,000 bales, including 4000 for specu?
lation and export.
NEW VOKK, April 21.-Noon-Stocks unsettled.
Money easy at 6 per cent. Gold 13.','. Sixty-twos
I23i". Sterling, long 9; short OK- Tennessee ex
coupon 60; new 56.'.,'. Virginia ex-conpon 09K;
new 68)?. Louisiana, old 76K; new 74. Levees,
sixes 76; eights 02. Alabama eights 99; fives SO.
Georgia sixes 66; sevens 93. North Carolina, old
46>i: new 22.'.'. South Carolina,old SBK; new 87&
Flour dull and scarcely so firm. Wheat dull and
nominal M2c lower. Corn less active. Tork firm,
$27;<a28. Lard steady, 15,'ialOc. Cotton 23^a
24c. Turpentine steady, 46a46j?c. Rosin finn,
$210a2 15 for drained. Freights firm.
Evening.-Cot;on firmer, closing quiet; sales
3000 bales; uplands 23,'?c. Flour heavy on thc
spot; firmer to arrive; Southern $5 60a010. Wheat
Irregular and unsettled; opening heavy, closing
a shade firmer. Corn a shade easier; mixed Wes?
tern $1 Mal 15. Beef quiet; now plain mess $10.1
15; new extra $l4al7 50. Pork firm at $23. Lard
firm at lOalGKc. Groceries and naval stores
quiet and steady. Tallow quiet at 9H,'aO%c.
Freights firm. Money easy at 5a6 per cent.
Sterling dull nt 9. Gold 13K> Governments
closed unsettled. Sou'hern quiet and firm.
BOSTON, April 21.-Cotton Armer; middlings
t\'i\ sales 400 tales; net receipts 232; coastwise
IS; total 250; stock 11,000 bales.
BALTIMORE, April 21.-Cotton quiet and steady;
mlddllnas 22*ge; salen aaa .bal??) Dot receipt* 70;
coastwise 53; total 123 bales; exports to the Con?
tinent. 900 bales; stock 2945 bales. Flour active
and unchanged. Wheat firmer, Mixed corn
higher, ? 1 15; white less arm at $112al 14. Pork
$23 50a20. Shoulders 12Kal3. Whiskey $1 07.
CINCINNATI, April 21.-Corn in good demand at
8Sa90. Whiskey buoyant, $lal 02 oiTered. Pro?
visions firmer and in better demand. Pork $28 50,
light offerings. Bacon higher, offerings light;
shoulders llK'allKc; clear sides lG'.'alGKc. Lard
firm at 16c.
LOUISVILLE, April 21.-Corn unchanged. Pork
$29. Shoulders 12Kc; clear sides lGK'c. Lard
I7>ic. Whiskey $lal Ol.
?T. Lofts, April 21.-Corn steady. Whiskey
$104al 05. Pork $28 50. Shoulders ll>?s; clear
NORFOLK, April 21.-Colton very firm; holders
asking higher rates; low middling 21c; sales 5C
bales; receipts 221; exports coastwise 617; Block
ADUVSTA, April 21.-Cotton active and firmer.
Sales 732 bales; receipts 107. Middlings 21 KC.
SAVANNAH. April 21.-Cotton In good demand
and tending upward; middlings scarce at 22c;
sales 800 bales; receipts546; exports coastwise 836:
stock 37,944 bales.
GALVESTON, April 21.-Cotton firm; good ordi.
nary I8\'al9c; receipts 614 bales; exports, coast?
wise 66; Stock 25,292.
Mo Ul LE, April SI_Cotton Urra; mel.llingH 22c;
sales 1500 bales; receipts i>7l; exports, to Great
Britain 404C; New Orleans 47; stock 40,323.
NEW OKLEANS, April 21.-Cotton active and in
demand at full pr?tes. Middlings 22Lta22Kc.
Sales 8000 bales; net receipts 1694; coastwise 78;
total 1772. Exports to Barcelona 744 bales; to
Havre 6017; to Vera Cruz 201; to Boston 450 bales.
Stock 150,308 bales. Sugar, prime, llKallKc
Molasses, prime plantation reboiled, CSa75c ster?
ling it. Stcrliug 24; sight ?j per cent premium.
5?c w York Hice Market*
From the Journal of Commer?a, or thc 19th
instaut ; Domestic ls a trifle firmer, with a good
Jobbing trade. We quote O^Kc. Sales 225
From the Tribune : The demand rrom the
trade ls more active, an 1 prices arc higher on de?
sirable stocks, closing? steady. Sales 300 casks
Carolina at O.^aT V
* Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON, April 20.-Si'iniTf TURPENTINE.
Receipts 133 casks. Sales or 75 casks at 41c per
ROSIN.-Receipts f 29 bbls. Sale? of only 30 bbls
reported at $3 25 for No 1.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 133 bbls at $3 75
Tor virgin. $2T5 tor soft and $1 70 for hard.
TAR.-Sa les of 93 bbls reported ut $1 oj per bbl.
COTTON.-Receipts 21 bales. Sales or l bale at
1G; 15 at IS; 5 at 20K, and 55 at 21c per lb.
NASHVILLE, April is.-COTTON.-Thc market
was quiet and unchanged to-dav as follows: In?
ferior 12??al44?-, ordinary 16J<ai7.y; good ordinary
18Kai9K; low middling 20a20>ic.
Stock on hand Sept. l, 1869.None
Received to day.261
Stock on hand..0,446
FLOUR.-Market steady. We quote superfine
$4 50; extra $5; ramify $6; fancv $0 75.
CORN.-Sales to day on wharf of 1000 bushels
nt$i 10 per bushel; shipments 300 bushels at
$111. sacked and delivered in depot. We also
heard or several smail lots Belling from store
at $1 15.
WHEAT.-We quote buring prices as follows:
Mediterranean 9?c; red $2 05; white and amber
$1 loal 15. ?
OATS.-Wc quote at T5c, sacked ?iud delivered in
Interior Cotton Markets.
MACON. April 19.-Receipts to-day 52 bales:
sales 117; shipped 125. The market continues
steady and linn with a good demand at 20,K cents
for middlings. Offerings stu very limited.
ATLANTA, April 19.-Tlic market closed at 20?
cents for middlings; 19,',' for low middlings; 1SK
for good ordinary, and ITS' for ordinary.
COLUMBUS, April 19.-Our market "showed a
strong demand and firmer prices, but middlings
are not quoted higher than 201- cent?, and for
low middlines 20 cents. Sales 279 bales. Re?
ceipts 104 bales. Shipments 3U bales.
MONTGOMERY, April io.-Cotton market quiet.
Low middlings in good demand at 20 cents.
-??B.FOLK, April 20.-COTTON.-Receipts for
the wet* are 29T bales. The martel Jn the early
part of the \7?& was dull, with a disposition to
easier prices, i?4- lower grades are most neg?
lected, and the bulk ff stocli 18 vt these sorts.
Later in the week lt bf came Armer again, and
the transactions in it are 20&a21c for strict good
lots; lsiiaio^c for fair, and l?alSc for ordinary.
Cons.-Receipts for the week have fallen off,
and toward the close are not equal to the de?
mand-closing with sales to-day at an advance,
say $1 03al oe for pilme white; $1 02al 03 for
mixed, and $104 for prime yellow.
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KOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
53,084 bales uplands, from Mobile ooo bales, from
Savannah 6368 bags sea island and Tl bales up?
land, and from Charleston 3806 bags sea Island and
159 bales upland-tlie quanti ties received at those
ports from Mobile, florida, Texas and Savannah.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
A UTI CLES. PRICKS.
HAOOING, fl yard
Dundee. 30 ? 45
Gunny Cloth. 27 @ 28
New York Double Anchor, 44
inches, 2,-ilhs. 30 @
BALK Rori, fi lb
Western. 8 @ Wi
Jute. 8 0 8
BITTER-Goshen. 30 ? 40
County. 25 & 30
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 19 @ 21
Low middling. 21 @
Middling to strict middling... 22 G) ?.?
Good middling. @
Sea Island. 40 @ 1 00
COFFEE, fi lb
Rio. 20 @ 22
Laguayra. 24 ? 20
Java. 28 @ 30
Carolina Fertilizer, fl 2000 lbs. 60 00 @
Wando Fertilizer. 00 00 ?
Double Relined roudrcttc. 30 60 @
Niles" Phosphate.?!3 oo @
Peruvian Guano, fi 2240 lbs., .loo 00 6)
Pacific GuanTt, fl 2ooo R>B. 05 oo 0
Phoenix Guano. 55 00 0
BaughV Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs oo 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, fi 2000 lbs 05 00 0
Rhodes" Standard Mauurc ($G5
time). 67 60 (??
Orchlilo Guano ($40 time). Moo (<o
Land Plaster. 13 00 (<? 15 od
Manes' Super Phos, fi 2000 lbs. 05 oo fe)
Woolston-S Phosphate of Lime Co 00 ?s
Woowton's Vege'or, fl 2000 lbs 05 00 &
C'roasdalc's Gen. Sup.Phos. net GO co @
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 (&?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 oo @
Sardy's Pacilic Guano, cash... CO 00 @
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 @
E. Frank Co's Ammoniated
Bone Phosphate. 60 00 @
Coe"H-Pure Dissolved Bone.... 62 00 6>
Wliann's Superphosphate.G5 00 @ 75 oo
Etiwau Uuano, No l ($60 time) 54 oo ?
Etlwan Guano, No 2 ($70 time) 03 oo 0
Zell's Ammoniated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).oo oo @
Russel Coe's Ammoniated
Bone Superphosphate ($C5
time). 60 oo @
FLOUR, fi bbl
Flue. 6 00 @ 5 25
Super. 5 40 @ 5 60
Northeru and Western Extra. 0 00 & 7 60
Baltimore Extra. @
Extra. 7 00 <?> 8 00
Family. 8 oo & o so
GRAIN, fl bushel
Maryland Outs. ?0 @ *5
Western Oats. 0
Corn. 1 ?3 1 35
HAY, fl cwt
North lUver. 1 30 @ 1 o5
LtTJMBR, fl M reet- ?
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 @ 55 Oo
White Pine, good run. 38 00 @ 40 00
Yellow Fine. 20 CO @ 24 00
Boards, rough. 14 oo @ 1& oo
Grooved and tougued 28 00 @ 32 00
MOLASSES, fl gallou- _
Cuba. 3fi ?
Muscovado. 39 @ 42
Sugar-house. 60 @ 1 00
New Orleans. 77 @
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl- _
Rosin, pale. < oo @ 5 oo
Rosin, No. 1. 2 00 ?
Rosin, No. 2. 1 60 @
Rosin, No. 3. 1 55 ?
Spirits Turpentine, .? gallon.. 40 @ 41
Oakum, fl lb. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4020(1., ? keg 5 05 @ 7 OJ
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 70 ? .."
Dupont's, F.F.P. 5 60 ?
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 25 ?
PROVISIONS, fl rb
Bacon, Hams. 21 @ 24
Sides. 17K? 17?4'
Shoulders. 13K? 13^
Lard, in keg. 18 @ 19
Dutter. 30 @ 40
Cheese. 15 @ 30
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. 2 00 @ 3 00
.sweet. 3 50 @ 4 00
Onions. 7 00 @ 7 50
Apples. 6 00 @ 6 00
Eggs. 25 ? 30
Poultry-Chickens doz.... 3 00 ? 4 co
Fowls, fl doz. 5 00 ? e (io
RICE, fl lb-Carolina. 00 @ 07
East india. @
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 <a l 50
Liverpool, fine.... @
L'GAR, fl lb-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. @
EES WAX-ft ft. 38 @ 40
IIIDES. (?reen-fi it. 08 ?
Dry. 18 @
COESTKCT8- fl bushel. 4 00 0
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Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rice
from thc Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1809, to April 21, 1870.
?S. I.iUpU i Rice S. I.jCpU . Rice
5SS!> 60095 "24 2999 42991
Other Br. Ports
Tot'lG. Britain! 58S?! C:>09:.? 724| 2SOoj -12992
Other Fr. Tori
H. of Europe.
Tot'l K. Europe
W. Indies, Ac
Total F. Ports.
Bait. A Nr'folk
Oth. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
15! 149391 5520
43 09 1450
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1809, to April 31.1870.
St John's, NB.
Rio dc Janeiro
Stockt of Cotton in thc Interior Towns
not included in the Receipts
Augusta A Ham'g.April 14
Macon, Ga.April 15
Columbus. Ga.April 16
Montgomery, Ala.April 15
Selma, Ala.April 3
Memphis, Tenn.April 6
Nashville, Tenn.April 10
NEW YORK-Per steamship Tennessee-182 tes
rice, 81 bags sea Island cotton, 725 bales upland
colton, 201 bids rosin, 44 bales domestics 64 casks
clay. 45 packages Iruit und vegetables, 21 pack?
ages <. nd rles.
PUII.VPELPHIA-Per sehr C E Raymond-400
tons phosphate rock_Per sehr L Siurdevant
57,751 icet boards 56.000 feet sawed lumber.
NOHTU W?YM0Ctii, MASS-Fer sehr Central
America-350 ions phosphate rock.
WILMJNGTU:;, DEL-Per sehr island Queen-3S,
000 leet resit wed, 81,610 feet flooring.
Receipts, by Railroad, April 21.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
396 l?ales cotton, 42 bales domestics, 30 bbls
whiskey, 135 casks clay, 24 bbls naval stores, u
care wood To Railroad Agent, Graeser A Smith.
Pelzer. Rodgers A co. G W Steffens, G II Walter ft
co. Mowry it Son, G W Williams .t co, W W Smith,
Thurston A Holmes, Wlss A co, W K Ryan. J B B
Sloan, A U Mulligan, W 0 Courtney A co, Frost ft
Adger. Wagener'A Monsees, G ATrenliolra A Son,
Armstrong A cu, W Roach,and Goldsml.h A Son.
54 hales cotton, 242 bbls naval stores. 40 bush?
els rough rice, cars lumber and phosphates, m.isp,
Ac. To U A Hastings, Macdui!Cohen, G w Wii
linms fe co. Frost A Adger, Caldwell A Son. Bar?
don ft P, S 1* Stnnev, Kinsman A Hovell, J Mar?
shall. Jr, W K Ryan, E Welling, Chisolm fros, J
Welters. O Weiters, T P Smith. T H A W Dewees.
A J Salinas, Steffens. Werner A Ducker, Railroad
Agent, and R White.
Per steamship Tennessee, for New York-E
Mcginley, ll Donogluie, D Donoghue, ll B Curtis,
Mrs M L Pemmennan, Miss Harris, M L I'emrner
mnu, E Carn, Mr and Mrs Bishop and servant, Mr
i eJersev and son, L Truman, ll Truman. TH
Bay ley f A C Cordes. J Nolan, G L Miller, L Adams,
J Murchison, T Johnston, Mr Schroder, J Collier,
Mrs Collier, Mrs Scoval, P E Gleason, J Sheridan,
B F Clyde, E Barnes, and 6 on deck.
First. Quarter, Sth, ll hours, 5 minntes. evening.
Full Moon, 15th. 6 hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, S2d. ll hours. 5 mtuutps, morning.
New Moon, 30th, 1 hour, 17 minutes, evening.
21 AMINE NE IFS.
CHARLESTON, APRIL 2 2.
Sehr Young Teaser, Brigbtmap, Havana-G
days Sugar and molasses. To J A Ensiow ft co.
senr W II Steele, Buck, Baracoa-5 days. Fruit.
To Paul, Welch ft Brandes.
Sehr Emma 1) Endicott, Endicott, New York-9
days. Hay and railroad uva. To W B Smith A
co, and Railroad Agent.
sehr Kate E Rich, Doughty, Philadelphia-?
day?. Mdse. To ll F Baker A co, ?J W Selgnious.
GW Williams A co, Mordecai A co, F PToale, J
Hartv, CD Francke. F C Homer,.! tiecseman A
Bro, Dowle, Moise ft l'avis, C Kerrison. Jr, ft co.
D II Silcox, Klinck. Wickenberg ft co, C Kerrison
ft co, G J Liihn, Il Bischoff A: cn, J M Kasou A Bro,
TM Cater. W S Henerey, D F Gleason, S C Kail
road Agent, W M Bird A co, G W Airaar, Camer. n,
Barkley A co, J Campsen ft co. tad others.
Sehr E S Potter, Potter, Baltimore-7 days.
Coal, ftc. To the Master. Charleston Gas Compa?
ny, and Order.
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, New York
W A Courtenay.
Sehr C K Raymond, Biggins, Philadelphia-M
."?olilsmleh A Son.
Sehr Island Belle, Pierce, Wilmington, Del-Ris
ey ft Creighton.
Sehr Central America. Williams, Norh Wey
notith, Mass-Risley ft Creighton.
Sehr L Sturdevaut, Cruse, Philadelphia-Risley
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester. New Yo:k.
Sehr C E Raymond, Higgins. Philadelphia.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, at New York,
April 18. . v
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Sooth Carolina, Adkins, from New
York, April 21.
The sehr Marietta SteeliTia?i, steeiman, for
Georgetown, S C, cleared at Boston April 18.
nie sehr Eveline, Gilmore, from Bncksville, s
C, arrived at Belfast, Me, April 9.
The sehr Mary Farrow, Bayley, from Bucksvllle,
SC, for Stockton, Me, arrived ut Belfast April 9.
The sehr Carrie Walker, McFarland, from
Bucksvllle, S C, for Thomaston, Me, arrived at Sa?
lem, Mass, April 16.
The sehr Wm Slater. Watts, from Georgetown
S C, arrived at Salem, Mass, April 16.
List of Shipping
Di THE PORT OF CHARLBvfON, APRIL 21.
Vessels under loo tons, a?id steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Arragon (Br), 1317 tons, Houison, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
J W Everman. 691 tons, HincKiey, at Atlantic
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Courte?
Falcon, 672 tons. Horsey, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-P C Trenuo rn.
Victor, - tons, Gates, at Atlantic wharf, from
New Tork, repairing-P C Tronholm.
Elliott Ritchie, C59 tons, Pung. at Accommodation
wharf, for Cardenas, ready-H Card.
A B Wyman, 885 tons, Wyman, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W B Smith A co.
Island Queen (br), 332 tons, Brooke, at Boyce A
co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure
Wm Fisher (Br). - tons, Burney, in the Roads,
. for Newcastle, Eng, ready-B S Rhett A Son.
E H Naylor. 280 tons. Naylor, at Northeastern
Railroad wharf, for New York, loading-Wm
Roach A co.
Nora (Ur), 132 tons, Howes, at Brown A co's wharf
from Matanzas, walting-W p Hall.
Central America, 257 tons, William?, at N E Rail?
road Wharf, for North Weymouth, Mass,
ready-Risley A Creighton.
Sturdevant, 121 tons, Cruse, In Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, ready-Kisley A Creighton.
Thomas Mlsklmmons, 110 tons, Lewis, in Ashley
River, for West Indies, loading-J A Enslow
?Bland Belle. 115 tons, Pierce, in Ashley River,
for Wilmington, Del, ready-Risley A Creigh?
B N Hawkins, 369 tons, Wyatt, at Ad pe r's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
Neille F Burgess, 141 tons, McKeen, In Ashley
River, for Wilmington, Del, loading-J A Ens
low A co.
Jessie S Clark, 246 tons, Clark, at Palmetto wharf,
rrora Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A
A C Pease. 102 tons, Raymond, at Kerr'a.wharf,
from New York, discharging-T J Kerr^A^co.
Virginia Dare, - tons, Johnson, at Brown A co's.
wharf, from Hatteras, N C, discharging-R M
Butler A Son.
J H Stickney. 270 tons, Fonlke, at Kerr's wharr,
from Baltimore, discharging-Street Bros A
Jane Durfce, - tons. Dorfee, at Atlantic wharf,
from Norfolk, Va, discharging-Master.
Village Queen, - tons. Conklln, at Kerr's wharf,
front Raprahannock, Va, discharging-T J
Kerr A co.
Richard Vaux, - tons, Whitaker, at Brown A
co's wharf, fer Boston, loading-M Goldsmith
Kate E Rich. 280 tons, Doughty, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A
Eliza S Potter. 337 tons, Potter, at Gas Company's
Wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-Master.
E D EmTrcott, 335 tons, Endicott, at Atlantic wharr,
from New York, discharging-Master.
Sehr Young Teazer,- tons, Brlghtman, at Pal?
metto wharf, from Havana, discharging-J A
Enslow A co.
LIST OF VESSELS
rp, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Nannte T Bell, Ackley. sailed.Feb io
The Edith. Chegwldden, sailed.Jan 29
The Village Queen, McCray, up.March 31
Brig C C Colson, Payson, up.April 15
Sehr J Hancock, Crowd!, cleared.April 14
Steamship Sonih Carolina, Adkins, sid.April 21
Brig Josie A Deverea ux. i lark, cleared. ..April 18
Brig Guiding Siar, Freethy, cleared.April 17
Sehr Thomas Doos, Somers, cleared.April fl
Sehr Joseph Seager, Ellis, cleared.April 12
Sehr Myrovor?>Brown, up.April 16
Sehr J M Fitzpatrick, Smith, cleared.April 12
Sehr S H Sharp. Webb, cleared.April 11
Sehr SAE Coreon, Brower, np.April 14
Brig J A H Crowley, Crowley, cleared....April 10
Sehr E D Finney. Baker, cleared.April 17
Sehr Emeline McLain, Hall, up.Aynl 18
Sehr JW Coflln, Upton, up.April 9
Sehr I) F Keeling, Roblnsou, cleared.April 13
Sehr Surprbe, Beers, up.April 16
Sehr G Lawrence, Robinson, cleared.April 9
Brig Forest State, Coombs, sailed.Ay ni 13
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nave never been opened by Burglars. Awarded
the Prize Medals at the World's Fair, London;
World's Fair, New York; Exposition Onlvereclle,
Paris; and Winner of the Wager ot the recent in?
ternational (Jontest m tlic Paris Exhibition.
BURGLAR-PROOF VAULT DOORS.
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Nos. 3 Broad and 109 East Bay streets,
nprio tnwfSDAC Charleston. S. C.
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IN C O M PL E T E SETS.'
THIN STRAW STEM IMPORTED WAEF,.
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ALL AT REDUCED PRICES
Ou exhibition and for sale at the
CHINA AND CROCKERY ESTABLISHMENT
0 F V
WM. G. "WHILDEN ?fe CO.,
DEALER IN WATCHES, JEWELRY, SILVER
NO. 256 KING STREET.
CORNER OF BEAU FAIN,
aprl 8m >SD*C Charleston, S. C.
gO?TH CAROLINA. RAILROAD^
C?-nCRAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OPFlCfi. \
CHABLEP-J^K, s. C., April 18. 1870. J
On and alter th^ date. Freight for [Joints ripon
Laurens Railroad W|U ^ received and sent for?
jara r>y the P^ulh carolina Railroad; but In con
sequence or_ the Laurens Railroad not being In
?5"*tlop., the Freight will be nnloaded at New
it= ,iV -od must be wagoned from that place to
lts "f -stination at the EXPENSE OF CONSIGNEES.
H. T. PEAKE,
. *prl9 6 _General Superintendent.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON HALL
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD CO., >
MILL ST. DEPOT, CHARLESTON, April is, 1870. )
On and after MONDAY, 18th inst, Tri-Weekly
Freight Trains will ran through to Savannah,
leaving Charleston on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
and FRIDAYS, an il returning on TUESDAYS, THURS?
DAYS and SATURDAYS. Freight received up to 2
o'clock P. M., on TUESDAYS, THUBSDAYS and SAT?
URDAYS will be forwarded by following day train.
C. S. GADSDEN,
aprlC_Engineer and Superintendent.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
SPAjpf wosw ran a ? Li ^t^Utj 11 11 j i ' ' ?
CENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE,)
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 16, i860. J
On and after Thursday, September 16. therfas
eengor Trains on the South Carolina Rallroacr win
run as lollows:
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. ll
Arrive at Augusta.4.4? P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Ol leane, via Montgomery*
and Grand Jonction.
Leave Charleston.8.S0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden train.
Leave Augusta......8.00 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.T.45 A. H.
Arrive at charleston.4.00 p. M
AUOU8TA NIC TIT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M_
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville
nd New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4,10 P. ML.
Arrive at Charleston. .4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EX PE ESS.
Leave Charleston.:.6.06 P. M,
Arrive at Columbia._4.46 A. IL.
Connecting (Sundays excepted), with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and on Monday?-, Wednes?
days and Fridays with Charlotte and South.Caro?
Leave Columbia.6.60 P. M?
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.(0 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. H.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
M0NDAT8, WSDNESDAYB and SAT?HDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with up and down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.85 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.e.ooY. IL
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD, \
SAVANNAH, January 7, 1870. )
On and after SUNDAY, the 9th instant, Passen?
ger Trains on this road will run as follows :
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave Savannah dally at.4.30 P. IL
Arrive at Jesnp (Junction M. A B. R. R.) ?
dally at.~.7.80 P.M.
Arrive at Live Oak dally at.2.20 A. IL
Arrive at JacksonvlUe dally at.7.02 A M.
Arrive at Tallahassee daUy at.7.07 A. M.
Arrive at Quincy dally at.9.-16 A. H.
Arrive ut Bainbridge (Mondays except?
ed) at.6.16 A. H.
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted)
at.9.30 P. M.
Len ve ouincy dally at.6.26 P. M.
Leave Tallahassee dally at.8.25 P. H.
Leave Jacksonville dally at.8.-30 P. H.
Leave Live Oak daily at.1.28 A. M.
Leave Jesup dally at.7.50 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah dally at.10.60 A. M.
MACON AND BRUNSWICK ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted)
at.".2.10 P. M.
Arrive ut Jcsup (Sundays excepted)'
Arrive at Brunswick dally at.8.20 P. IL
Leave Macon daily at.8.80 A. IL
Leave Jesup daily at.6.06 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah daily at.9:30 P. M.
On Sundav this train will leave Savannah at
7.15 A. M.. connecting with trams for Macon and
hrnnswlck, and connecting with trains from
Macon and Brunswick, will arrive at Savannah at
.eil P. M.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted)
at.7.16 A. V.
Arrive at Jesup (Sundays excepted) at..10.46 A. M.
Arri . Live Oak (Sundays excepted)
Arrive at Macon dally at..".7.60*P. M.
Leave Live Oak (Sundays excepted) at. .6.00 A. M.
Leave Jesup (Sundays excepted) at.2.10 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah (Snndays except?
ed) at.6.85 P.M.
Passengers for Macon take 7.15 A. M. train from
Savannah, leaving dally
Passengers for Brunswick take 2.10 P. M. train
Passengers leaving Macon at 8.30 A. M., con?
nect at Jesup with express train for Florida
and Western Division, and with train for Savan?
nah, arriving at 9.30 P. M.
Passengers from Brunswick connect at Jesnp
with train for Savannah, arriving at 6.36 P. M.,
except on Sundays, when it arrives at 9.30 P. M.
Connect at Macon with train for Atlanta, leav?
ing at 9.00 P. M.
mern GKORGIA AND FLORIDA RAILROAD THAIN.
Leave ThoraasvHlc (Tuesdays, Thurs?
days, and Saturdays) at.....8.00 A.M.
Arrive at Pelham (Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Sal unlays) at.9.66 A M.
Leave Pelham (Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays) at.3.46 P. M.
Arrive ar Thoraasville (Tuesdays, Thurs?
days, and Saturday*) at.6.00 P.M.
H. S. BAINES,
feb7 General Su* srintendenL
EWING MACHINE NEEDLES.
Having received the sgeBcy for the sale of
SEWING MACHINE NEEDLES, I offer all brands
ata lower price than they can be bought else?
where. Please call nnd examine at
S. R. MARSHALL'S
Hardware Siorc, No. 310 King street.
THE CELEBRATED THOROUGHBRED
Stallion -JUNCE HOOPER" will stand this
reason in Spriurr street, near King.
Terms-?25 the season and $1 ro thc gre om,
pavable In advance
For pedigree and any other partlcular^appiy
at No. ll Vanderhonrt wharf jan3l mut
U ll T E It WATCHMAN.
The WATCHMAN, published at Sumter. S. C
is mic el thc o:dcst and cheapest ne? ?pupers tn
the State, and has a much larger circulation than
any oilier newspaper In thc section In which it is
published. The merchants of Charleston cannot
Hud KO good a medium for communicating with
thc business men of Sumter nud planters of the
surrounding counirv. Address
OIL BERT A FLOWERS. Proprietors, or
W. Y. PAXTON, BxsitiCiS Xunaper,
nrrCO Smn'-r. S. C.
FRANK HOWARD, late of thc Pavilion Hotel,
and more recently of the Mills House, has opened
at No. 146 MEETING STREET, directly opposite
the Boaid of Trade Rooms.
ALES, Wines, Liquors and Cigars, or thc bes?
quality, will be served, and Lunch daily from ll
till 2 o'clock.
aprl Smog_FRANK HOWARD.
?J.EEGG & OSLE Y,
Agents for the sale of
.IAS. J. GREGO, JOHN OSLEY, JR,
Late of GranltevlUe, S. C. Late firm Osley, Wll6on
aprlS imo_A Co.. Augusta. Ga.
IF YOU WANT BLANK BOOKS .MADE
TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
rattern go to
No. 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel
Charleston, S. C. decH Cmos