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FINANCIAL ANT> COMMERCIAL.
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS, STOCKS, BONDS, AC.
REPORT OF THE MARKET
TOR THE WEEK ESDIKG APRIL 2STH, 1ST0, PRE?
PARED EXrRESSLT FOR "THE SETTS,"' BY I. S.
E. BBNNBTT, STOCK BROKER AND REAL ESTATE
AOEN'T, NO. 40 BROAD STREET.
The market during the past week for all classes
of securities continued dull. Sterling rated yester?
day at firstname.lastname@example.org,'. In domestic exchange, the
hanks were purchasing sight drafts on New York
at par, and selling at >? premium. Gold bought
at 12@12>3 and 60ld at 14. Banks discounted on
good collaterals, at lperceut. per month.
Southern Bank Bills.
Charleston, Bank of. Par
Camden, Bank of. 5?@
Chester"Bank of. 05?
Commercial Bank, Columbia. 02?
City of Charleston Change BiUs. par.
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 12? 13
Fanners' and Exchange Bank,
Georgetown, Bank of.?. 05?
Hamburg, Bank of. 03?
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 02?
Newberry. Bank oL. 98?
Planters' Bank, Fairfield. 02?
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank. par.
People's Bank. par.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (old).. par.
Southwestern Railroad Bank (new). par.
State Bank... 02?
South Carolina, Pank of. 04@ 05
St ate of South Carolina, Bank of the,
prior to 1861. 56?
State of South Carolina Bank of thc,
after January 1, 1861. 32@ 35
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
Union Bank,. par.
Charleston Mining and Manufactur?
ing Co. par.
Charleston Bank (whole shares) .... $3* 50?
Charleston Bank (halfshares). ll 75?
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. 50 00? 52 00
Charleston Gas Company. 22 00? 22 50
Charleston City Railway. 53 00?
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad. 45 00? 46 00
First National Bank of Charleston. .119 00?
Granlteville Manufacturing Compa?
ny (ex dividend ).450 00?
wo^nhjg and Charleston R. R. 11 oe?
Northeastern Railroad (capita): 1 : . . : 09 ??@ 10
Northeastern Railroad 8 per cent.
People's National Bank of Charles
People's Bank . 6 00? 6 26
Planters' A Mechanics' Bank. 2 60? 2 75
State of South Carolina . 80 00?
South Carolina Railroad and Bank
(whole shares).45 oo@ 45 50
South Carolina Rauroad (han* shares) 21 50? 22 00
South Carolina Loai ana Trust Com?
pany (ex-olvidend).102 00?
Savannah and Charleston Railroad.. 31 oo@ 32 00
Union Bask. 6 75? 7 00
Wando Mining and Manufacturing
Southern Bonds, Coupons, ?fcc?
Augusta, Ga., 7 per cent. Bonds.... 80 00? 81 00
Blue Ridge Railroad 7 per cent. (1st
mortgage) Bonds. 64 50? 65 00
Charleston Fire Loan 7 per cent.
Bonds. 7 5 00? 76 00
Columbia ? per cent. Bonds. 68 00? 70 00
Columbia Coupon s. 75 00? 76 00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
6 percent. (State guaranteed)... 70 00?
- Obersw 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 cent.(old) 86 00?
Georgia State Bonds, 7 per ct.(new). 94 00?
Georgia State Bonds, 6 per cen?.... 85 00?
Georgia State Coupons. 98 00? par
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 per cent, rm mortgage) BondB 80 00?
Green ville and Columbia Railroad, 7
per c. nt. (State guaranteed)
Bonds. 69 00?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad,
Certificate or Indebtedness. 67 00?
Memphis Bouds, 6 per cent, (unen
aorsed)._50 oo@ 51 00
Memphis Bonds, 6 per cent, (endors
.spd bv M. AC. Railroad). 65 00?
Memphis City**Couponaw. 70 00? 71 00 '
Memphis and Cbaatestoira. R. 7 ?per (
cent. Bonus. 84 00?
Memphis and.CUa'ton R. P. Coupons 75 00? .. '
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage 7. per ct (past due) Bonds.. 88 00? 89 00
Northeas ern Railroad First Mort?
gage, 8 per Ct, Bonds. 87 00? 87 50
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
(past due). 86 oo@
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
Indebtedness. 63 00? 05 00
State of South Carolina 6 per cent. .
Bonds (old). 86 00? .. |
State of South Carolina 6 per cent.
Bonds (new issue of January 1,
1867)..Ak.. 80 00?
State of South CaroUnarBondB 6 per ?
cent, (issued for Bank of the ,
State bills). 80 00?
State of South Carolina Coupons 1
(fundable).78 fO? .. <
South Carolina Railroad Six Fer Cent
Bonds.-,. 72 00? 73 00 (
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per i
Cent. Bonds (ex-coupons). 79 50? 80 00 (
South Carolina Rauroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. par.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad <
7per cent. (1st mortgage) Bonds 78 00? 80 00 c
Savant c.h and Charleston Railroad A
7 per cent. (State guaranteed).. 74 00?
Spartanburg and Union Railroad 1
7 per cent. (State guaranteed) (
Bonds. 58 00? 60 00 ,
Savannah, Ga., 7 per cent. Bonds... 85 OS?
Savannah Coupons (due previous to I
Jane let, 1866). 95 00? .. <
Savannah Coupons (due after June ,
1st, 1866). 95 60? .. 1
The Charleston Market.
(FOR THE WEEK ENDING APRIL 28.]
THE CROPS.-The weather during the past week
assumed a more seasonable temperature, and
showed a warmth suitable to the sprlrg. Mod?
erate raina are now needed to give the crops
a stand and enable them to secure a healthy de?
velopment. The very, cold spring has placed the
growth of plants several weeks In the back
ground, and the most favorable circumstances
are now necessary to obtain a successful pro?
THE RECEIPTS_The arrivals at the cotton
ports, although less than the week before, con?
tinue to exhibit an Increase on the previous year,
and were for the week, up to Friday last, 40,575
bales, against 44,574 the period before, and 29,499
for the same time last season. At New Orleans
the receipts were 16,522 bales, in contrast with
8039 Tor the week last year. The total supplies
received at the cotton ports rrom the first or Sep?
tember last up to the latest mall dates have been
2,521,916 bales, against 1,928,953 last year-show?
ing an Increase of 692,963 bales. The arrivals at
the principal Southern centres, from the first of
September last np to the latest telegraphic dates,
have been as follcws :
New Orleans, April 27.1,013,914 754,540
Mobile^Apnl 27 .279,604 212,369
Savannah, April 27 .434,752 322,837
Charleston, April 27 .213,603 177,028
Texas, April 27.211.112 135.377
Virginia, April 27.185,639 139,907
The arrivals at this point for the week has been
3221 bales uplands and 55 bags sea islands and
Floridas, against 69 bags of sea islands and
Floridas and 8201 bales or uplands the week pre?
vious, and 2 bags sea islands and Floridas and
1957 bales of uplands Tor the week last year. These
supplies have come as follows: Say or uplands per
South Carolina Railroad, 3040 bales; per North?
eastern Railroad, 154; Santee, 19; Peedee, 8; sea
Islands, Ashepoo, 2; Florida, 12; Savannah, 27
The arrivals at the chief Southern centres rrom
the 2lst to the 27th instant, inclusive, as reported
by telegraph, have been as rollows. This includes
all points but North Carolina and overland:
April 21. 1694....April 22..42741
Apn 23. 1729.... April 25..4344 >18,14S
APr" 28. 3241....April 27. 2866j
?."HS871....April 22 ..1096)
.f?32648....AprU 26... 1660 ? 4,724
AprU26. 198....April 27... 251J
April 21. 546....April22... io??)
April 23. 762.. ..April 25. ..1675 I 5,143
April 26. 021... .April 27... 1431J
April 21. 450....April 22... 420)
April 2-<. 652-April 25... 726 1 .1,276
April 20 . 296.... April 27... Va j
April 21. 614....April 22... 312)
April 23.1826_April 25.. .1566 J- 7,745
AprU 26.1666... .April 27.. .1461 j
April 21. 223....April 22... 465)
April 23. 324....April 25.\ 1,659
April 26.314.... April 27... 335 J
Total.40,695 J J
Thc supplies for the corresponding wees
year were 21,987.
The stoek of the article in 6ight at the lr
dates was as follows:
Stock in Liverpool. 484.000 36:
Afloat from India. 90,000 23
Afloat from America. 216,000 15:
Stock In London. 45.4S0 7;
Afloat for London. 21,000 4i
Stock In Havre. 65.510 3i
Afloat for Havre. 56,220 3i
Stock in Bremen. 10,830 -i
Afloat for Bremen. 19-087 IC
Stock in United States ports- 332,243 303
Stock In the interior towns- 75,466 57
Total. 1.415,842 1.347
. Excess in visible supply. 68
The stock of cotton held by Manchester si
ners at the mills, now 40,000 bales: same t
1S6??, ?5,000 bales. Middling uplands, now
all-rid. then HJial2d.
THE COTTOK MARKET.-This article for
period under review has occupied rather a stet
position, prices showing but slight fluctuatic
the foreign market generally ruling at lltfd
tb for middling uplands, receding to ll@all3
it New York the rates commenced at 23K and
:eded to 28j?e, and at this point middlings hi
seen quoted at 22@22.Hic ft.
The Liverpool and Kew York markets have
libited the following Bales and prices for t
period: On Friday, April 22, the former was fl
it 11H', sales 12,000 tales: thelatter was steady
!3??c, sales 395 ba'cs. On Saturday, the forn
:10Bed firm at 11X0, sales 12,000 bales; the lat
tvas steady at 23&c, sales 1200 bales. On Mond
the former was steady at li;,, sales 12,000 bal
the latter was firm at 33"?c sales 2900 bales.
Tuesday the former was irregular but not low
it ll'.d, sales 5000 bales; the latter was weak
?3?,c. sales 2900 bales. On Wednesday, the fi
uer was dull, uplands li? 11 "fd, sales 10,000 bau
he latter was heavy at 23\c. Yesterday the ft
ner was dull at ll@li;t'd. sales 10.000 bales; t
atter was quiet at 23,\'c.
The transactions in this market for the wei
lave been as follows*:
On Friday, April 22, the market for this stat?
vas without change, the offering stock being ve
Imited; sales 350 bales; ordinary to good ordina;
>eing quoted at 19@2lc, low middling 21 j
niddllng 22. strict middling 22'iC ?? lb.
On Saturday thc article was quiet, but 1
hange of importance took place; eales 350 bal?
f which 175 were sold the day before; quot
95 M?"''?y there was a moderate bueinei
loing, prices showing no alteration; sales 2;
tales; ordinary to good ordinary being %uoU
itl?@21c, low middling 21*. middling email@example.com
ind strict middling 22Hc ?? lb.
On Tuesday there was a limited lnqulr;
nices, In some cases, being less firm, but wltl
mt qnotable change; sales 350 bales; quotatlot
On Wednesday, the demand was moderate an
prices in some operations rather easier: sales 2;
jales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted 1
,9@2lc, low middling 2?4ic, middling 22c, an
itrlct middling 22)?@22>?c f> ft.
( Yesterday the Inquiry was only to a limite
txtent, prices tending rather In buyers' fuvoi
tales about Seo bales of which 50 were sold ll
lay before; say ll at 18c; 6 at 19c; 2 at I9,4ic; l
it 20c: 21 at 20>?c; 6 at 20?ic; 47 at 2lc; 4 at 2? "fl
16 at 2l>ic; 6 at 21 ?ic; 2 at 22c; 54 at 22,'.ic; 04 1
3J?C. We quote.
Ordinary to good ordinary.19. (321
Low middling.21 ^(fa
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals have beei
ight, and were about 55 nag6 for thc week, pft*
)f these being shipments from Savannnh. Tl er
las been a fair inquiry for the better grade; c
this article, while inferior kinds of sea Island
dove continued quiet, prices remaining withou
important change from the rates previously prc
railing. The operations have amounted io bu
too bags, buslne.-s being restricted by 1 he reduce?
character of thc stock, which has been brough
lown to a limited amount. Among the sales
?vere, say, of Floridas, 3 stained at 22 .kc; 3 ut coe
7 at 37c; 36 at 3Sc; 10 at 40c; 10 at 42c; s at 43c
Of sea Islands, 9 nt 46c; 6 at 53c: G atS5c; 3 a
65c; 4 at 70c. Wc quote common Flotillas at 3'(|
38';; medium 3S<SM2c; good 43<a,45c, and fine an?
il.olce nominal. Sea islands may be quoted a
I5@50c for commou; 50@60c for medium: Gestio?
,'or medium to line, and 70c@$l ?? lb for line um
RICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough rice fron
plantations have been unimportant. The marke
br this grain during most of this period hat
jeen quiet, and only moderate transactions have
iccurred, buyers being generally unwilling u
merate at the ligures of factors, the ?alter offer
ng but lightly, and showing no disposition to ac
:ept a decline. Some few sales were made ai
?ates about ;?c "fi ft lower than thc closing rates
>fla6tweck, but purchasers were unable to pro
:eed, and the market closed firm at quotations,
?Ve note sales of about 350 tierces of clean euroli
ia for the week, among which were 161 tierces at
>X\ 9 at 6?i; 12 at GK ; IS at CS'; 96 at C&c ?> lb.
ive quote common to fair clean Carolina at 5*?@
>.U; good 6%c "R ft. Carolina rough may bequot
td at $110@1 25 for interior, and $1 20(3.1 co ??
>ushel for seacoast.
NAVAL STORES.-With belter arrivals there have
.?cen rather more doing in these articles, and pale
0 extra pule rosin has been sold at $4@."> 50 per
Dbl; No. 1 at $3 25@3 50; extra No. 2 at $1 70; No. 2
it $1 60, and No. 3 at $1 55 ?? bbl. Crude turpen?
tine may be qnoted at $3 75 ?? bbl for virgin ; $2 C5
$ bbl for yellow dip, and $1 65 ?? bbl lor hard.
Yesterday there was sold 60 bbls No. j rosin at
fl 55; 300 bbls No. 2 at $1 60; se bbls low pale at
M,' and 60 bbls spirits turpentine at 39c V gal?
HAY.-The receipts consist- mostly of about seo
sales of Extern. North River qualities was sold
it $1 25@1 30 fi hundred.
CORN.-The arrivals of this grain have been lib?
eral, amounting to about 30,ooo bushels from ports
m the Chesapeake. The inquiry has been steady
,'or country consumption; prices during a part of
:ho week were slightly tn buyers' favor, but
:losed firmer. Jobbing lots which opened at
?1 33?l 35, receded to $1 30@l 32, and closed at
51 32@l 33 per bushel, weight, sacks included,
for prime white. About 2000 bushels or prime
white was sold at $1 29 per bushel, weight, saekK
OATS.-This grain is in mir demand, wlih mod?
erate supplies arriving. Sales have taken place
at 81@82c per bushel, bags, weight.
FLOUR.-The market is fairly supplied with the
various grades of this article, for which there is
a moderate inquiry, prices showing no change or
Importance. We quote Northern and Western
Une at S5@a 25 ?? bbl; super at $5 50@? 75; extra
nt *6@6 75, and mmlly at $7@8 **? bb). Southern
qualities are in moderate supply, and may be
ijuoted at $7@7 75 ?? bbf for extra, aud $S@>9 ??
ubi for family descriptions.
BACON.-The stock of meat is light, and prices
Have had an upward inclination. We quote prime
smoked shoulders at 13\@l4c f> lb; prime clear
nb sides at 17"i@18c; salted shoulders at Vl}i<&
13c, and clear rib sides at 16<?C ? ft.
SCOAR AND MOLASSES;.-There is a moderate
?mslness doing in these articles, and we quote
:ommon grocery sugars at 9@9,'ic: got d 10@10.??c.
Clayed molasses In h in ls at 37@3Sc; Muscovado in
lo at 39t<>42c.
FRUIT.-The stock or West India is light, an?l
business only or a retail character. Strawberries
ire making their appearance in the market, but
tiear rancy prices.
VEGETABLES.-Irish potatoes arc in good stock
ind sell rrom $2@3 ?? bbl. New Irish potatoes
'rom Florida bave reached here in small quanti?
les, and were held at about $6 ?? bbl. Creen
leas have become more abundan:, and are being
?hipped North per steamer. We quote from ?2 50
?3 ft bushel.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock of
?rirae Goshen. We quote good to prime ut 35?
10c 1? ft. Western and other lower grades sell
rom 20@30c ?? ft; country do. at 25@30c ?" lb,
is in qnality. Lard is tn good?upply and is held
SALT.-There have been no arrivals. Lots Ironi
itore selling at $140@l 50 ?? sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is fairly supplied
ivlth this article, and we quote 27@28c nominal
s" yard. Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1% fts. for
he yard, is held at 30@35c.
ROPE.-The demand ror rope is moderate, and
irices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents *A rb: greenlea! at io cents;
aud jute at 8>i@9 cents *p ft.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
6>?@7>?c "ft ?.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market for this arti?
cle is dull. We quete timber for milling purposes
from $5@9. Shipping timber $10@15; 4-4@5-4
flooring at $14@15 $ M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, from
$20@24 9 M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam, nominal; by
sail we quote 7-l6d on uplands and J?d on sea is?
lands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, }?z on uplands and }?c on sea
Islands, $1 00 *fi tierce on rice; by sall, }ic on
cotton;- *g? tierce on rice; 40c *a barrel on
rosin; $7@?8 <A M on lumber; $9@10 5* Mon tim?
ber. To Boston, by sall, K@*?c ? rb on upland
cotton. To Providence, $8 *R M on boards, %t
? lb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kc $ is on uplands; by sail, $5@7 ?j* M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 "f? ton on clay, and $3@3 25 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, &c V
re; by sail, $5 "fi M on boards; $2 50@3 00 ?? ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lnmber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
$11@12 *f) M are rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 24"?@24/s? for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at par; 5 days J?
discount; io days per ct. discount; 15 days 1i\
20. duys -; 30 days -. They are selling sight
checks at;* premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
12.H, and selling at 14},'.
Export i. for the Week ending April 27.
LIVERPOOL-Per British steamship Arraeon
573 bags sea Island cotton, 1036 bales upland cm
:on, 976 bags cotton seed, 7S4 bbls rosin, 92 bun
riles palmetto leaf. ic.
CAIBARIEN-Per sehr Thomas Miskimmens-64,
363 reet pitch pine lumber, 58 empty hhds, 5 empty
BARACOA-Per sehr George Washington-24,599
feet-pitch pine lumber, 2 bbls turpentine, 4 bbls
tar, 4 bbls pitch.
NORTH WEYMOUTH. MASS-Per sehr Central
America-3ri0 tons phosphate rock.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Tennessee-162 tee
rice, 81 bags sea island cotton, 725 bales upland
jotton, 201 bbls rosin, 44 bales domestics 64 casks
;lay, 45 packages fruit and vegetables, 21 pack?
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Everman-124
r?ales yarn and warp 137 tierces rice, 7 bbls liquor,
12 packages furniture, 14 empty barrels, 50 tons
Did Iron, 37 casks clay, 40 bags cocoanute, and
sundries.Per sehr C E Raymond-400 tons
phosphate rock.Per Behr L Sturdevant
57,751 reet boards, 35.000 reet sawed lnmber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-435 bales
cotton, S3 tierces rice, 97 boxes and 61 hhds sugar,
36 casks clay, 20 bales domestics, 25 bundles pa?
per, 27 packages sundries, 44 crates green peas.
WILMINGTON, DEL-Per sehr E H Naylor-350
tons phosphate rock.Per sehr Island Queen
?s.ooo reet resawed, 81,616 feet flooring.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, April 2S.-Noon.-Consols 94Sixty
twos SSH. Sngar 27c; 26c afloat.
LIVERPOOL, April 27.-Nocn.- Cotton dull; up?
lands Hailed: Orleans ll??'d; sales 10,000 bales.
Evening.-Colton steady ; uplands ll tolled;
Orleans U,\'d; sales 10,000 bales. Including 3000
bales for speculation and export. Turpentine
29s 3d. Naval stores firmer.
HAVRE, April 28.-Cotton declining at If 03>,'c
on spot; ir 29c afloat.
NEW YORK, April 27.-Noon-Stocks stroug.
Money easy at 5ao. Exchange, long at 83? ; short
B*i. Gold i4?ic. Bonds 16**. Flour 5al0c bet?
ter. Wheat la2c better. Corn lc better. Pork
tinner; mess $2S 50. Lard steady at lCKalG&c.
Cotton quiet at. 23***a23??c. Turpentine heavy at
44,';a4d,'-'c. Rosin quiet at $2; $5 ror common
strained; $210 ror good strained. Freights firmer.
Evening.-Money easy, sterling strong at 9,s
a9l4'. Cold, alter violent fluctuations, reaching
15,'i, closed at 15*.?, Governments neuve, excited
and heavy business done; 62's I0>i. Cotton quiet.
Sales 1900 bales; middling uplands 23}?; Orleans
23J?C. Flour-Western 5al0c better; Western at
$4 O?ac 20; Souiliern Armer at ?.'< OOaO 70. Wheat
active and lu2c better; No 1 spring wheat SI 19a
1 21; winter $1 l?ul 17};; choice SHS- Corn lc
bettor for old, without decided change for new;
mixed Western Jlioai 12?; old |115all7M. Beer
ii n 11 ; mess $23 75. Lard quiet and firm at 17a
n.'ic. Whiskey lower at fl 04al on. Rice dull.
Sugar quiet; Muscovado91?; Havana Oj*c. Codee
quiet. Molasses dull. Naval stores heavy. Tur?
pentine 44a45c. Rosin $2 05a6. Freights Armer;
on cotton by steam \c.
BOSTON, April 23.-Cotton dnll and lower; mid?
dlings 23'?a23??c; sales loo bales; net receipts 2;
coastwise 189; total 191; Btock 10,000 bales.
BALTIMORE, April 28.-Flour qniet, and quota?
tions entirely unchanged. Wheat unchanged lc
every respect. Corn firm; white nndyellow $1 io
a$l ll. Oats steady at 63a66c. Provisions Arm
at yesterdays prices. Whiskey quiet at $1 04a
$1 04.';. Cotton unchanged; middlings 23c; sales
loo bales; receipts 30 bales; exports to Great
Britain 790 bales; stock 2335 bales.
LOUISVILLE, April 28.-Corn $1 07. Shoulders
12**c; clear sides 17. Lard I6*?al7.'?c. Whskey $1.
NORFOLK, April 28.-Cotton Arra; low middlings
21 *?a21)?c; sales 40 bales; receipts 62; exports
coastwise 962; stock 3H9 bales.
AUGUSTA, April 28.-Cotton firmer and demand
better; sales cso; middlings 2ix; receipts 329.
SAVANNAH, April 28.-Cotton in moderate de?
mand; middlings21\'c; sales 250 bales; receipts
1139; exports, coastwise, 30; stock 40,817 bales.
GALVESTON, April 23 -Cotton dull and lower;
good ordinary lSj-'c: sales 420 bales; receipts 420;
exports coastwise 1121 ; stock 30,320 hales.
MOBILE, April 23.-Cotton very firm, holders
asking higher rates; middlings 21*?a22c; sales
SOO bales; receipts 742; exports to New Orleans
257; stock 50,407 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, April 28.-Cotton qnici: mid?
dlings 22a22j4c; sales 2000; net receipts 3171;
coastwise 90; total 3201; stock 148,077.
State of Trade.
MANCHESTER, April 12.-The market for ship?
ping yarns has been Arm, but there has not been
a larce amount of business doing. Spinners arc
well supplied with orders yet for Borne weeks ror
ward, and are not disposed to lake lower prices
thau those Tor which they hold presents contracts.
Fine yarns, or the Bolton class, are rather quiet.
Inhume trade yarns, there has not been much
business, but, Tor what little has been done, last
week's prices are maintained, although thc tone
or thc cotton market is hardly calculated 10 give
strength to producers. In cloths, buyers appear
to have satisfied their requirements ror the pres?
ent, and there appears to have been less Inquiry
during the past week. The large contracts pre?
viously given out are, however, sufficient to en?
gage manufacturers ror some time to come. To?
day the tone ot our market is quiet, but, as yarns
remain timi, there ls no giving way in prke, and
quotations are unchanged since last Tuesday.
Messrs. John Slagg & Co. report as follows or to?
day's cloth market:
.There has been some railing orr in the demand
for goods during the past rew days, but. as
makers are well engaged for some time to come,
prices have been well maintained. To-dav the
market, ls quiet, but steady in tone, nnd, though
the business ls small, the quotations or last week
are firmly adhered to."
Thc New York Rice MurkcJ.
From the Journal of Commerce of the 26ih in?
stant: The very small stock lhere ls here gives
the market strength, notwithstanding the light?
ness or Hie demand. We quote OXaTltC. Sales
From the World : Holders steady and offering
modelately. but the demand only for small par?
cels. Sales of 75 tierces Carolina at 6j,'a7c.
From the Herald : Carolina was quiet, but prices
were firm, especially for the good qualities. There
were sold 80 tierces at 7a7.Sic.
From the Times : Rice^has been Arm but quiet:
110 tierces Carolina changed hands nt from ?0 75a
7 2"> per 100 lbs.
From the Tribune : Trade demand fair at for?
mer rates, but the market lacks general strength.
Sales 50 tierces Carolina at 6}sa7c.
WILMINGTON. April 2;.-TURPENTINE-Sales of
240 bbls. at $3 75 for new virgin,$2 75 for yellow
dip, and ?1 70 for hard per 2S0 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Has declined. Soles of
60 barrels at '?9c. 115 barrels at 39,Sc, 50 barrels at
40c and ll barrels (N. Y.) at 40c per gallon-the
market closing quiet at 39c.
ROSIN.-Sales of only 249 bois at $1 60 for st rain?
ed, $1 62>i for strained, delivered. SI 75 ror No. 2,
?3 75 for No. 1, and ?4, 5, 5 00a5 62}i for low to
TAR.-139 bbls. changed hauds at $1 50 pe r bbl.
COTTON.-sales or 1 bale at 19, 3 at 20, 1 at
20.';. 4 at 21, and 2 at 21 'sc per lb. I
NORFOLK, April 27.-COTTON.-Receipts for the
week have been 2353 bales. The market has been
been quiet and steady, with but a very moderate
amount of business doing at 20"?a21c for good
styles, and about I6al8c for common and in?
CORN.-Receipts for the week have been about
28,000 bushels. There has been a steady demand
at the late advance up to yesterday, when lt
dropped on* a little, say from il ll and $1 12 to
about $1 08al io, at which sales to-day were
made; but as there have been no arrivals to-day,
lt may, in event of fresh orders coming, regain
its lOBt ground.
NASHVILLE, April 25.-COTTON.-Thc market
to-day was steady, but the transactions were
limited. We renew our quotations of Saturday,
as follows: Inferior 12Kal4>i; ordinary l6Xa
17>i;good ordinary I9a20; low middling 21; strict
low middling 2l,\?a21??.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1869.None
Received to-day. 81
Shipped to-day. 134
Stock on hand.5,891
FLom.-Market active, with shipments to-day
of 300 bbls. We quote superfine $4 50; extra $5;
family $6; fancy $6 75.
CORN.-Sales and shipments to-day of 3400
bushels at $115 per bushel, sacked and delivered
WHEAT.-We quote buying price as follows:
Mediterranean 95c; red $105; amber and white
$1 Kal 15.
Interior Cotton Markets.
SUMTER, April 27.-There have been about 26
bales sold dnrlng the week ending the 27th inst.
We quote ordinary at nc; good ordinary 18Kc;
low middlings 19"ic; middling 20>?c; strict mid?
ATLANTA, April 26.-The market closed at 2lc
for middlings; 20c for low middlings; "9c for good
ordinary; 18c for ordinary.
COLUMBUS, April 26.-Good demand here with
light offerings: middlings 20"?c; low middlings
2o;?c. Receipts 164 bales; shipments 113 bales.
MACON, April 26.-Receipts to-day 69 bales;
sales 292 bales; shipped 315 bales. The market
stands as steady and firm as an iron post at 21c
MONTGOMERY, April 26.-Market quiet; little
doing; low middlings20Kc.
C > ?
-4 -, ei :
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
A KTICI.ES. mi CES.
BAOGINO, fl yard
Dundee. 30 @ 45
Gunny Cloth. 27 @ 28
New York Double Anchor, 44
Inches, 2\'ihs. 30 @
BALE ROPE, fl lb
Western. 8 @ 12,4
Jute. 6 @ 8
BUTTER-Goshen. 30 @ 40
County. 25 @ 30
COTTON, "j? lb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 19 @ 21
Low middling. 2l>,'@
Middling to strict middling... 22 @ 22%
Good middling. ?
Sea Island. 40 ? 1 00
COFFEE, ft lb
Rio. 20 @ 22
Laguayra. 24 ? 26
Java. 28 e 30
Carolina Fertilizer, f, 2000 lbs. 60 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 @
Double Refined Foudrette. 30 00 @
Niles' Phosphate. 63 00 @
Peruvian Guano, fl 2240 tts...100 00 @
Pacific Guano, ? 2000 lbs. 05 00 @
Pheonix Guano. 55 00 @
Baugh's Phosphate, f. 2000 lbs 60 00 &
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs 65 00 @
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 50 <a
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 ?
Land Blaster. 13 00 @ 15 00
Mapes' Super rhos, ft 2000 lbs. 60 00 ?
WooLston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 @
Woolston'B Vege'or, ft 2000 lbs 65 00 @
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Phos. net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 @
Sanly's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 00 ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 ou @
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 @
E. Frank Co's Ammoniated
Bene Phosphate. 60 00 @
Coc's Pure Dissolved Bone_ 62 00 @
Whann's Superphosphate. 65 00 @ 75 00
Etlwan Guano, No 1 ($60 time) 54 60 @
EU wan Guano, No 2 (STU time) 63 00 @
Zell's Ammoniated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 dine).60 00 @
Russel foe's Ammoniated
Bone Superphosphate ($06
time). 60 00 @
FLOUR, f" bbl
Fine. 5 00 @ 5 25
Super. 6 40 @ 6 80
Northern and Western Extra. 6 00 ? 7 00
Baltimore Extra. ?
Extra. 7 00 @ 8 00
Family. 8 00 @ 9 50
GRAIN, ft buBhel
Maryland Oats. 80 @ 85
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 1 29 @ 1 33
HAY, ft cwt
North River. 1 25 @ 1 30
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00 @ 55 00
White Pine, good run. 38 00 @ 40 00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 @ 24 00
Boards, rough. 14 00 ? 15 00
Grooved and tongned 28 00 @ 32 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba..". 35 @
Muscovado. 39 ? 42
Sugar-house. 50 @ 1 00
New Orleans. 77 @
NAVAL STORES, f) bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 00 ? 5 00
Rosin, No. l. 3 25 @ 3 50
Rosin, No. 2. 1 60 ?
Rosin, No. 3. 1 55 ?
Spirits Turpentine, fi gallon.. 30 @
Oakum, f> lb. io @
NAILS-American 4@20d" fl keg 5 05 ? 7 uo
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 70 &
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6 00 ta
Dnpont'8. Blasting. 4 25 @
PROVISIONS, ft ft
Bacon, Hams. 21 @ 24
Sides. 11X& 18
Shoulders. 13"4'@ 14
Lard, in keg. 18 (3 19
Butter. 30 @ 40
Cheese. 15 @ 30
Potatoes, Irish, f" bbl. 2 00 ? 3 00
Sweet. 3 50 @ 4 00
Onions. 6 50 ?
Apples. 6 00 @ ooo
Eggs. 25 @ 30
Poultry-Chickens, fl doz.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, ft doz. 6 00 @ .6 00
RICE, f" lb-Carolina. 05>a'@ 06%
East India. @
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 ? 1 60
Liverpool, fine. @
UOAR. $ lb-Raw. @
Porto Rico. ta;
. EESWAX-fi ft. 38 ? 40
ilirss. Green-fi lb. 08 @
Dry. 18 @
CHESTNUTS-fi bushel. 4 00 @
Stocks of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not included in the Receipts*
Augusta A Ham'g.April 21
Macon, Ga.April 20
Columbus, Ga.April 22
Montgomery, Ala.April 22
Selma, Ala.April 24
Memphis, Tenn.April 22
NashviUe, Tenn.April 22
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54,760 haleB uplands, from Mobile ooo bales, from
Savannah 6357 bags sea island and 71 bales up?
land, and from Charleston 3035 bags sea island and
150 bales upland-the quantities received ac those
ports from Mobile. Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Comparative Exports of Cotton ami Rice
from thc Port of Charleston, from Sep
Itmlitr 1.18CP, to April ??8, 1B70._
j ?S09-'70. I 1868-'G9.
EXPORTED TO-"-? ?-_ ? ---<
|S. I.i?p'd. i Klce S. I.iLp'd. i Rice
Oilier Ur. Portal.
TofiG. Britain? 6262
Other Fr. Ports
Total Fr*l?e..| 556
N. of Europe..
Tot'l N. Europe
i-?4 J 3013 4.J454
W. Indies, ftc.
Total F. Ports
Bait, Jfc Nr'folk
Olli. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
24 3013 43454
10! 8537| 2157
... 13872! 4742
333 . 3330
1104'' ?195040 ?22334
Exports of Klee, Naval Store? and ?.um?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1.1S60, to April 28. 1870.
New York -
St John's, N B.
Kio dc Janeiro
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carolina-116
hales sea island cotton, 651 bales upland cotton,
lu3 bales yarn, 17S tierces rice, 41 casks clay, 250
bbls roslu, 500 packages peas and vegetables, 60
packnges sundries....Ter sehr B N Mawklns-184
bugs Peruvian guano, 74 casks Kaolin clay, 71
empty ale barrels, 24 boxes starch, S bales pa?
per shaving-*. 4 kegs butter, 3000 empty carboys.
7 packages hardware, io empty kegs, Ac.
Receipts by Railroatl, April ?8.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
,".15 bales colton, 45 bales goods, 16 btls naval
siores, 12 ears lumber, 6 cars wood, l car stock.
To Railroad Agent, Gibbes A co, Pclzer. Koduers
A co, Caldwell A Son, A B Mulligan. W W Smith.
Brodie A co, Howling A co, G ll Walter A co. W C
Courtney A co. Frost ft Adger. Mowry ft Sou, E J
WIS8 ft co, w K Ryan, J B E Sloan, Graeser A
Smith, G W Willianis A co, and Smith ft Chapeau.
73 bales cotton, 364 bbls naval siores. boxes to?
bacco, cars wood and lumber, furniture, mdse,
Ac. To J Welters, O W Williams ft co. Fn st ft
Auger, Caldwell ft Son, Barden A Parker, Kins?
man ft Howell, J Marshall, Jr. J E Adger ft co. S
I) Stoney, J B E Sloan. Shnckelford A Kelly, W ks
A; co, Graeser .'c Smith, Nachmaiiu ft co. Clag
horn. Herring ft co, W K Ryan, Sj innis ft Tyson,
R Colman. T P Smith, J Fries. Uowic, Moise A Da?
vis, G F Kinloch, and Railroad Agent.
Per steamship South Carolina, for New York
Bev A T Porter, Mr and Mrs J ll Wentworth, John
Fraser, G Kennan, S R Parrott, Mis- Annie Par
rott, W L Hender-on, C F Kolinkc, C !. Harbers,
M W Larrendoii. J Br?ckelt and lady. J Harris, 0
P Terry W II Fisk, L Manning, 0 Kelly, wife and
son. W Desmond, Misses Hour, Miss Heath. H G
DL?bron an.r lady. F -Eggling, J M Brawnus, Mr
nnd Mrs 1) li Hamilton. KG B Lewis, J F Whitney,
lady and servant. A F Bartlett, Mr and Mrs WU
cox G W Bruell, E II Sticker, C F Townsend, Dr
Gill,' W F Morris, c Apel!, G W Ferguson, E C Fos?
ter T S Thacker, L White. J Small, Jr, 1) Uorcy, T
.Gist, Brand Mrs Fullgrair, and others.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, Ac
Major Theodore Barker, T Frost, Master Frost, A
Mazyck. A Vanderhorst. wife and norse, L How?
ard, ll W Frost, G F Jones, Miss Jane Shackelford,
Miss Anna Shackelford, Miss Sparkman, ll ? Lc
8esue, U C Smith, J Ford, Rev H A C Walker, J R
Pringle, Jr, Mrs Pemberton, Miss M Ford, Major S
T Atkinson. S Sampson, F Dauer, J Dauer, John
Dauer, Rev R S Trapler, R A Tilton, Mrs J S Fra
zer, ilise E S Johnstone, Hrs A H Mowry, Hiss E
L LaBruce, Miss M L Tllton, Miss L A TUton, H T
Williams, W D Clancy, F W Ford, Jr, and 22 on
First Quarter, g tb, ll hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 15th, 6 hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 22d, ll hours, 6 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 80th, l hour, 17 minutes, evening.
AFBIL 4 MAY
R. ft S. IW ATEK
C BT*A RLI??TON, APRIL 29^
Steamer Emilie, Lewis, Georgetown, S C. 92
tierces rice, 1 bale cotton, and mdse. To Shack
elford A Kelly, Thurston A Holmes, J R Pringle A
Son, L D Mowry A Son, Miss Ford, and others.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New Tork
W A Courtenay.
Steamship Victor, Gates, New York-P C Tren
HSchr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, New York-W Roach
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York.
Bark Elliott Ritchie. Puug, Cardenas.
Sehr Thomas Misklminons, Lewis, West Indies.
Sehr Central America, Williams, North Wey?
Sehr Island Belle, Pierce. Wilmington, Del.
Sehr Jane Durfte, Murphy, Rocksville, S C.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship J W Evcrman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia, April 25.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Edith Everman, Corson, for Charleston via
Port Royal, Va, at Philadelphia, April 26.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 7018 PORT.
F 0 R?1 G N .
The NannieT Bell, Ackleg, sailed.Feb IO
The Edith, Chegwidden, sailed.Jan 29
The Village Queen, McCray, up.March 31
Brig Lewis L Fqnires, Tyler, up.April 21
Brig C C Colson, Payson, up.April 15
Sehr J Hancock, Crowed, cleared.April 14
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, sailed. .April 27
Brig Josie A Devereaux, ? lark, cleared.. .April 18
Brig Guiding Star, Freethy, cleared.April 17
Sehr Thomas Booz. Somers, cleared.April IF
Sehr A E Stevens, Montgomery, cleared..April 22
Sehr Myrover, Brown, up.April 25
Sehr Dan Gifford, Jirel!, up.April 20
Sehr SAE Corson. Brower, cleared.April 24
Sehr Edith Everman, Corson, cleared.April 26
Sehr F D Finney, Baker, cleared.April 17
Sehr Emeline McLaln, Hall, np.April 18
Sehr J W Cofttn. Upton, up.April 9
Sehr Surprl>e, Beers, up.April 16
Sehr Wenonah, Noyes, cleared.April 24
Sehr H LSlalght, Willett?, cleared.April 21
List of Shipping
IN THE PORT OP CHARLESTON, APRIL 28.
Vessels ender loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Arragon (Rr). 1317 tons. Houison, In the Stream
for Liverpool, ready-R Mure A co.
Sea Gull, 6ir> tons, Dutton, a: Union whrf. Tor Bal?
timore, loading-Courtenay A Trenholm.
Victor, -tons, Gates, In ihe Stream, for New
York, really-P C Trenholm. ^
A B Wyman, 885 tons, Wyman, at Atlantic wharr,
for Liverpool, loading- W i: Smith .v co.
Island Queen (Br), 3-12 tons. Brocks, at Boyce A
co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure
Wm Fisher (Dr). - tons, Burney, in the Roads,
for Newcustlc. Ene. ready-H S Hhett A Son.
Parthian (Br), - tons', Dickman, in Ashley Kivcr,
for Rio de Janeiro, loading-H F Baker A co.
J A fl Crowley. - tidis, Crowley, nt Brown A co's
wharf, Tor Wilmington, N C, ready-* Roach
A co. o
Forest Slate, - tons. Shutz, In Ashley River,
from Newport, R I, discharging-Street Bros
Nora (Br), U2 tons. Howes, at Brown A cc's wharf
from Matanzas, waiting-W P Hall.
B N Hnwkin.i. 360 tons, Wyatt, at Palmetto wharf,
for Sew York, loading-W Roach A co.
Nellie F Burgess, 141 tons. McKeen, In Ashley
River, for Wilmington, Del, loading-J A Ens
low A co.
Jessies Clark, 346tons.Clark, at Central wharf.
Tor Philadelphia, loading-II F Baker A co.
Virginia Dare, -tons, Johnson, in Ashley River
fur a Northern Port, loading-R M Butler J
J H Stickney. 2T0 tons. Foulks, in Ashley River
for a Northern Port, loading-Street Bro?
Village Queen, - tons. Conklin, in the Stream
fir Jacksonville, Fla, ready-W Roach A co
Richard Vaux. - tons. Whitaker, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Boston, loading-M Goldsmltl
Kate E Rich. 286 fons, Doughty, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Philadelphia, luadlng-II F Bakei
A co. .
Eliza S Potter. 337 tons, Potter, at Gas Company*i
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-Master
j: I) Endicott, 335 tons, Endicott, at Atlantic wharf
from New York, discharging-Master.
Young Teazer,- tons. Brightman, at Palmettf
wharf, for West Indies, loading-J A Ensiow
J M Fitzpatrick, - tons, Somers, in Ashlev
Uiver, for Philadelphia, loading-H F Eakit
? K Keeliug. - tons. Robinson, at Brown A co'?
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-Streei
Bros A co.
Georgetta Lawrence, - tons, Robinson, at Brown
A co's wharf, from Portland, Me, discharging
-W Roach A co.
S H Sharp, 248 tons, Webb, at Central wharf, fron
Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A co.
Angle Pledinore. - rons, Pledmore. at Kerr'?
wharf, from RappahanDock, Va, discharging
W Koach A to.
FGR THE UNITED STATES,
For sale in Charlesi<jn by
J. R. READ & CO.
QAEIXET-MAKIXG ASD UPHOLSTERY
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
J. L. LUNSFORD, No. 27 Queen Street.
This is thc rime of year to have your Furniture
and Mattresses overhauled nud th roughly dune
up. 1 also repair sud sell Sewing Machines, and
wt:: take order? for any first-class Sewing or
Knitting Machines now before the public. The
best Sewing Machine, lora cheap article, can be
found with me, to wit: Thc Improved COMMON
SENSE SEWING MACHINE, lt ls acknowledged
by the best judges to stand entirely above and
beyond auv cheap Machine ever produced before.
1 sell them' all complete, with a guarantee, for
1 respectful solicit the patronage of the citi?
zens or Charleston and of the State of South Caro?
na, among whom 1 have lived for the la*r twenty
years. J. L. LUNSFORD,
No. 27 Queen etreet, near Ca'der HOUEC
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAJ*.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD CO., >
MILL ST. DEPOT, CHARLESTON, April 16, 1870. )
On and after MONDAY, 18th inst, Tri-Weekly
Freigut Trains will run through to Savannah,
leaving' Charleston on MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS
and FRIDAYS, anti returning on TUESDAYS, THURS?
DAYS and SATURDAYS. Freight received np to 3
o'clock p. M., on TUESDAYS, THURSDAYS and SAT?
URDAYS will be forwarded by following day train.
C. S. GADSDEN,
apr 16_Engineer and Superintendent.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 16, i860. ?
. On and after Thursday, September 16. the Pas
?enger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run aa follows: -
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. IC
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Jonction.
Leave Charleston.8.80 A M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. IL
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden tram.
Leave Augusta....>..8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.-..7.46 A. M.
Arrive a: Charleston...4.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
(Sundays excepted.) 1
Leave Charleston.7.30 ??QC.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis. Nashville
Ed New. Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive a: Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. M.
Connecting (Sun-iays excepted > with Greenville*
and Columbia Railroad, and on Mondara, wednes?
days and Frh'.iys with Charlotte and Sonth Caro?
Leave Columbia.5.50 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. IL
SUMMERY! LLB TRAIN.
Li ave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at summerville..4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. IL.
Arrive at Charleston.8.26 A IL
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains ort
MO.NDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays ex?
cepted.) connects with np and down Day Pas
dengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.r?r. .6.33 A. IL
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.:..'.1.46 P. IL
Arrive at Camden..;.P.00 P. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
sentis General Superintendent.
HANGE OP SCHEDULE
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
ATLANTIC AND GULF RAILROAD, , >
SAVANNAH, January 7, 1870.\ )
On and after SUNDAY, the 9th instant, Passen?
ger Trams on this road will run as foUows:
NIGHT EXPRESS TRAINS.
Leave Savannah daily at.4.80 P. M..
Arrive at Jesup ?junction M. A B. R. R.)
dally at.7.30P. M..
Arrive at Live Oak daliv at.2.20 A. M.
Arrive at Jacksonville daily at.7.02 A. M..
Arrive, at Tallahassee dally at.7.07 A. M..
Arrive at Quincy daily at.9.151t M.
Arrive at Bainbridge (Mcudays except?
ed) at.6.15 A. M.
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted)
Leave Quinev daily at.6.26 P. M.
Leave Tallahassee dally at.8.26 P. M..
Leave Jacksonville dally at.8.30 P. M.
Leave Live Ouk daily at. .1.28 A. M.
Leave Jesup daily at..7.50 A. M..
Arrive at Savannah daily at.10.60 A. M.
MACON AND BRUNSWICK ACCOMMODATION.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted)
Arrive at Jesup (Sundays excepted)
ac...........5.00 P. M.
Arrive atBrunswlck dally at.8.20 P. M.
Leave Macon dally at...8.30 A. M..
Leave Jesup dally at.6.00 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah daily at.9.30 P. M.
On Sundav this train will leave Savannah at
7.16 A. M.. connecting with trams for Macon and
Brunswick, and connecting with trains from
Maeon and Brunswick, will arrive at Savannah at
9.3'J P. M.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted)
Arrive at Jesup (Sundays excepted) at..10.45 A M..
Arrive at Live Oak (Sundays excepted)
at.7.00 P. M.
Arrive at Macon dally at.7.50 P. M..
Leave Live Oak (Sundays excepted) at. .6.00 A. IL
Leave Jesup (Sundays excepted) at.2.16 P. M.
Arrive at savannah (Sundays except?
ed) at....6.36 P.M.
Passengers for Macon take 7.16 A. M. tram 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 tram for Savan?
nah, arriving at 9.30 P. M.
Passengers from Brunswick connect at Jesup
with train for Savannah, arriving at 5.36 P.M.,
except on Sundays, when lt arrives at 9.30 P. M.
Connect at Macon with train for Atlanta, leav?
ing at 9.00 P. M.
SOUTH GEORGIA AND FLORIDA RAILROAD TRAIN.
Leave Tliomasville (Tuesdays, Thurs?
days, and Saturdays) at.s.ejsA. M.
Arrive at Pelham (Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays) at.9.55 A. M..
Leave Pelham (Tuesdays, Thursdays,
and Saturdays) at.3.45 P. M.
Arrive at Thomasine (Tuesdays, Thurs?
days, and Sarordays) at.6.00 P. M.
H. S. HAINES,
feb7 General Superintendent.
NO. 291 KING STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH,
AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS
EACH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:]
No. 42.?2 00
No. 52. 2 50
No. 72. 3 00
No. 92. 3 50
S. K. BENNETT,
REAL ESTATE AGENT
DEALER IN EXCHANGE, GOLD, SILVER, BONDS,
Onice (at the Old Stand) No. 40 Broad Street,
Charleston, S. C. %
N. B.-Orders from the country respectfully so?
licited, aprl fmw3mosD*c
REGG & OSLEY,
Agents for the sale of
JAS. J. GREGG, JOHN OSLEY, JR,
Late of Graniteville, S. C. Late firm OslejyWilson
apr's imo A Co., Augusta, Ga