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Tile Daily _N~ews.
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE l8, 1860.
HEW TOBK-Per steamship Saragossa-10 baloa Sea
Island and 417 bales Upland Cotton, 10 bbls Hosln,
S3 bales Yarn, 790 packages Vr?otabloi, 77 packagoa
and boxes Sundries, 80 bbla Flour, 26 bales Wool
ens, 271 Empty Beor Barrels, 800 kegs Ntuli, Spikes,
&c, 120 bara Steel, 63 boxes Axes, and a lot Hose,
Tlte ClmrleatonlCofton Muru??.
?Saturday being a partial holiday and the foreign intel
llgonoo having como to hand during that day, announc
ing tho warllko aspect of European affairs, thero appears
to have been but littlo Inquiry lor Cotton, and wo could
learn of no transactions.
AUGUSTA, Juno 10.-COTTON.-There WSB consider
able inquiry in the early part of tho day, but wo hear of
no transactions. The loreign news <_?UBcd all inquiry
to cease. We can givo no rcllablo quotations. Stock of
Cotton In Augusta, June 10,10GG:
GOLD.-Tho market oponed quiot, and brokers began I
Boiling at 14B@14_. After tliu receipt of the ?Now York
nova brokers weio selling at 1G0@162, and were buying
"WILMINGTON, Juno 10,-TURPENTINE.-Sales of 117
bbls at $4 for virgin, $3 for yellow dip, and $1 60 for
hard, per 380 lbs-a further decline of 76 cts on virgin.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market baa boen unset
tled to-day, and wo quote sales of ?8 bbls, as follows: 60
bbls at 61 cents, 44 bbls at 62 cents, 176 bbls at 63 conta,
45 bbls at 64 cents, and 134 bbls at 35 conta per gallon
?for white, as In quality.
ROSIN.-Sales of only 100 bbls at $5 to $0 for Ko 1, $7
for Palo, and $1 00 for now common.
BACON.-Bales of 6000 lbs N. O. at 17 >? cents for hog
round, and 19 cents per lb for hams.
COTTON.-A small lot Bold today at 32 to 32>i cents for
_rAL?,cnicoi,A COTTON STATEMENT, JUNE 3.
Receipt? to 8ept 1, 18G0_. 13,650
Boooipta from Bept 1 to date.117,685
?Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared.4,688
"MOBILE, Jane 14.-COTTON.-Nothing done; market
-flat and prices nominal.
MoNETAiiT ?mo FINANCIAL.-We hear great oomplalnt
Of tho scarcity of currency on the market, and a conse
quent embarrassment and depression. The curioua
condition of affaira In New Yoi*-continued rise in
?old and falling off in the price of cotton and sterling
Is puzzling the brnitis of our moat experienced business
men, and is causing a feeling of gloom and distrust
about the future.
Evon with the steady advance of gold at tho North,
there haa been but little demand here to-day, and moat
dealers ahow no disposition to operate at all, but are
holding off to await developments. Gold haa ruled
during tho day at a wide rango, 141 to 145.
Sterling la dull and nominal. Advices from New
York report Southern bills almost entirely unsaleable.
The market for New York Bight ia dull and flat at *i
io >i premium.
New Orleans sight par to H diaconat.
New Urleana Market.
NEW OBLEANS, Juno 13.-COTTON.- There is Borne
inquiry from the same parties who wero In tho market
yesterday, but the movement 1B checked by the high
pretensions of factors, and thus far we li*arot but few
eales. Last evening wo quoted Good Ordinary at 33 to
85o, Low Middling 86 to 38c, and Middling at 40 to 41o.
It la, however, difficult to buy even running Strict Low
Middling at leas than 39 to 40c. Mixed Hats aro qnoted
at ao to 37o.
BUOAJI-ND MOLASSES.-There have not boen anv re
ceipts from the ooaat since yesterday. The auppltoB or
the production of Louisiana are email, but those, of Cuba
aro liberal, and exceed the wanta of trade largely. The
market continues very dull, and the sales tc-day are
confined to 25 Illida Louisiana yellow clarified Sugar at
15>ic; 15 hhds Porto ltlco and CO hhda fair Cuba bugar,
io dealers, on private terms. The only sale of Molaases
is a lot of 40 hhda Cuba at 60c per gallon.
FLOUR.-Tho market ii very firm, with a light stock
and a good demand (or the bettor grades. The salua
embrace about 900 bbls, of whioh 300 on private terms.
100 auporflno at $0 76, 120 cholea do at $14. 60 do at 1
$1460, 120 ver}'choice do at $1625, ana 76 do at $15 62>?
BACON.-A lot of 10 casis shoulders saUl at 16c.
OATS.-Tho Bales embraco about 1600 sacks, of which
195, 326 and 600 at 60c, and 600 at 51c per bushol.
CORN.-Tho sales thus far embrace 8000 sacks mixod
at 80c, 300 at 82,'ic, 280 and 300 at 86c per bushel.
HAT.-200 bales primo Weatern sold at $25, and 100 at
$26 por ton.
8r?vn CANDLES.-There havo boen sales during the past
few daya of 1000 boxes - haeffor'a star. The stock ia
light and the market is firm. We quote 12 oz at 20c, 13
oz at 21c, foil weight at 25c per lb.
MONETJIH?.-Gold opened this morning at 140J?,
.whioh waa tho closing rate last evening, but baa olnce
sold as low as 140, and as high as 141,'i. At the First
Board the nales Included $10,000 at 140>4', $3000 at
140'., $10,000 at H0>,, and $2000 mixed at 13'? >i; 100
Mexican doubloons sold at 140 on 16.86, and 1000 Mexi
can dollars at 144. The Bales in the open market in
cluded $6000 at 140, $7300 at 140}?. $10,000 at 140*?.
$25,000 in two loU at 141. and $20,000 In two lots at
Foreign Exchango la firm, some of the banks holding
Sterling at 163. A very good private bill for $1000 ?old
at 151. In francs we notlco sales of 20,000 A1 at 3.60. ?*
Donaos tie Exchange is without any material variation.
The banks are cheoklng on Now York at }?? to ii per
cent premium-mostly f(, Tho $100,000 Boston Bight,
referred to in our last report, waa taken than morning
At the First Board 10 sharea Crescent City Bank sold
at $40, and 60 abaros O.rrollton liallroad at $17 60.
Nothing was reported In Stocka In the open market.
$1200 Louisiana State Bank notes sold at the Brokera'
Board at 85>ac par dollar.
MEMPHIS, June 14.-COTTON-In this branch of the
business of the city little is doing. Quotations same as
yesterday. Sales light, of middling, at 34 to 35c. The
market cannot be said to be on the fall, but la weak at
the present rates, the New York market not being en
couraging. The cotton aeason ia there considered
-closed. Beoeipta decreasing every week, aa well as
stocka on hand, to auch ext*nt Indeed, that it Is thought
spinners may have to import aome cotton from England
before the new crop. They are beginning too, to under
stand in New York, that the growing crops will not ex
ceed, at utmost, one and three-fourth millions balea.
The demand of Northern spinners, and tho rise in gold,
ahonld influence or bring about a rise in cotton, quite
Independent of the ratea in Liverpool. The gold mar
ket opened this morning at 4fl,,'c, and last ?ales at 47>*c.
BALTIMORE, June 14.-COFFEE.-Nothing doing;
quotations for gold nominally unchanged, varying from
16 to 20,?*c, as to quality, for Bio. Stock 20,000 baga in
FLOUR.-Fresh ground Super and Extra is scarce and
firm at $0 75 for the former, and $11 to 11 60 for the lat
ter, aa to brand. For other descriptions the de mat, d ia
entirely of a retail character, within our range annexed.
We report a aale of 100 bbls Northwestern Extra, choice,
at $11 50. To-day 800 bbla Northwestern fine at $8.
We give closing quotations as follows:
Howard street Super and cut Extra.10.25 Ob 10.60
Howard ?treot Extra Shipping.11.60 @ 13.60
Howard street do. retailing.?.13.00? 13 60
Howard street Family.14.60? 16.60
Ohio Super and Out Extra.10.00? 10.26
Ohio Shipping Extra.10.60? 11.60
Ohio B-UIllng.12.60? 13.60
Ohio Family.T6.00 ? 16.60
Northwestern Super. 9.76? 10.00
North western Extra.10.75? 11.60
City Mills Super..,9*TSl !_.__!
City Mills Hhipping brands.14.00? 14.60
City Mills Standard Extra......11.35? 11.76
Baltimore, Wolch's <VGreenfield Family... 17.60 @ 00.00
Baltimore high grado Extra retailing..16.60 @ 00.00
Corn Meal-Yellow anil White. 1.50? 4.75
GRAIN.-Wheat-680 bushels white and 1000 bushels
red rocolved, all winter. Only sales reported were 800
bushels fair Maryland white at $3 25; 1800 bushels No 1
spring red at $3 88, Demand activo for good wheat.
Oom-9201 bnihela white and 6200 bushels yellow
offered. Market active, and prices again advanced Bo
on white and lo on yellow, with sales of 1000 bushola
mixed whitest $106; 2000 bushels white at $108to
$110; 8800 do at $112; 6200 bnahela yellow at 95o; 200
do at ?do. oata were in good supply, parUcularly heavy
^Western, and prices favorod huyera, we report sales of
690 bushels Maryland at 73 to 73c, weight; 1600 busboli
Virginia light at Gio, mensuro; 12Q0 busbcls prime
Western at 05c, bags Included.
MOLAFSES.- Wo report a sale of 60 bbds Cuba at COc
per gallon. Prices Arm at last quotations.
POTATOES.-OUI aro very scarco; wo quote Malno and
Peach Blowa $1 60 per bunlio', and $4 60 per barrel, and
wanted. Now are arriving moro freely, and command
15 to *<3, na to quality, per barrel.
PROVISIONS-Tho niarkot is very firm, under light re
ceipts and stocks, and an activo Jobbing demand. Yes
torday, after tho CICBO of our roport, there wero sales o?
36 bhds Bulk Sidos at 17>? cents; 100 boxes short mid
dles to arrive, at 17>_ cents; 10 casks Bacon Sides at 10
cents; 60 tlorcosOlty Lard 31,?_ cents. To-day Bacon
waa very strong; 10 hbds Sides, back bono oat, soldat
IO,'? cents, and 30 to 40 hbds, in Jobbing loti, at 10; 30
to SO do Shoulders 16 cents. Bulk Meats are offered
sparingly; quoto 14>? for Shoulders; 17,*_ to 17Jf for
Bldea. Lard 33 cents for Western. Mess Pork $S3>?.
RICE-Some lnqairy fur Rangoon, wblcb is selling In
lota at 10 to lO'?o, from second bands; Carolina Is ?julot,
supply small, and bold at 13 to 12Kc.
8A_T was advancod to-day to $3 for lots of ground
alum from jobbers. Fine is firm but without change ;
? till quoto S3 38 for Marshall's and Worthington^; and
otbor brands IOBS known 3 to $3 30 per sack. Turks Is
land COo per bushel for lots from ?toro.
SUOAB-Kartet quiet but arm under the advanco in
gold. Wo have only to notice small sales of prime Porto
Rico at $i. Heflued is quoted at 16>?o for hard, and
is?, cents for A, soft, for 100 bbls; 20 bbl lots ii
sviiur remains as last quoted-00c per gallon for Bal
timore goldon. .
WBISKET-No inquiry for largo lota; wo quoto nomi
nal at $2 80; small sales roportcd at 2 31 to 13 31>?.
New York Market.
The New York 2Viow?e, of Thursday, 14th Instant,
Money is abundant on call, and as low as 4 per o has
beon accepted from loading houses. At 6 _ 6 per o bor
rowers upon most stockB sold at tbe Board aro supplied
roadily. Prime commercial sells at low Interest when
of short date, but long engagements are only accepted
at full rates.
Foreign exchange Is dull. Bills at 60 days on London
aro quoted at 108>i@109>4 for commorolal; 10J>,'@i09;,
for banker?; do at ?hurt sight m@lU>V; Parla at 60
daya 6 15@6 10; Paris at abort sight G 08*? _ 6 07 ,<_, Ant
werp 6 1G,*,@8 10.
It is Btated that Secretary MoOullooh'a reply to the
House resolution calling for information relative to the
purchase and sale of Government bonds, and the al
leged purchases of gold subsequent to January lat, will
not bo ready for several days. A correspondent of the
Philadelphia Ledger says that tbo report will show that
upwards of one and a half mlUiona of 10-40 bonds wero
purchased in opon market by the Secretary during tbe
months of January and February last, at an average
price of ninety-one cents on tbo dollar; that a consider
ablo amount of 6-20? were sold, and that exohanges of
7-SOa and compound interests were made for 6-20s. Tbe
report will also show that not one dollar's worth of gold
was bought by the Department during the period speci
fied In tbo resolution.
The Internai revenue receipts for the ?ucai year end
ing June l8,1866, will reach in tbo aggregate not leas
than $310,000,000. From customs they will reach
$170,000,000,and from miscellaneous sources 926,000,000,
making the aggregate gross receipts for the fiscal year
at least $600,000,000,
The Kew York Times ot Thursday, 14th instant, states
Oorrxx-Ia hold above the views of purchasers, and
is inactive. We quote: Java at 26 to 26c, Native Ceylon
at 30 to 33c, Maraoalbo at 17 to 20J_c, Laguayra at 17 to
20c, Rio at 16 to 20c, and Bt. Domingo at 17 to 17xc
oaab, in gold, per Ik.
COTTON-Is in less request and heavy. Middlings
have boon quoted at from 30 to 42o, chiefly within tbe
range, per lb. Sales since our last, 2860 bales _g_l_Ht
receipt? of 1338 bales. The weok's exports from this
port have been only 474 bales. Mr. Wo. P. Wright, in
his circular for the Persia, gives the following statement
of the movement in Cotton elnce the 1st of September
but: Receipts at the port? in the United States, 1,001,000
bales; export to Great Britain, 1,131,000 bales; export to
France, 301,00J bales; export to other foreign porta,
1,398,000 bales. Stock on band. S20.000 bales, of which
during tbo past week, included in the above: Recolpta
at the ports, 16,000 bales; exporta to Great Britain,
12,000 bales; exports to Franco, 3000 bales; total exports,
XOV___T8 IN COTTON AT TILLS POUT.
Receipts thus far this week. 7,683
Receipts since June 1,1866. 10,263
Receipts since Jan. 1, 1806.368.961
Receipts since 8ep" 1, 1866.783.749
Exports since Sept 1, 1865. 486,92t
FBXIOHTS-Have been quiet, with 690 vessels of all
clause? in port. For Liverpool there wero taken 21,
000 bushels corn, at 4d by Bailing vessels, and 6d by
steamer; also 700U bushelB Peas at 4d per bushel. For
Cork and ordera two ?mall vessels with Corn, at 6a per
quarter. For Londonderry a British sohooner with
Corn, at 4s per quarter. For Cork and ordere, a bark
engaged petroleum from Philadelphia, at 6s 3d to a Bri
tish port, or 6s Od to a Continental port, per barrel.
NEW YORK, June 14.- B___D_11----'ibe market
for Stato and Western Flour ia ten to fifteen off on the
lowe** grades. Prime grados ara the same Ths sales
are 7600 bbla at $6 60 to ?7 60 for superfina Stato; $7 60
to $8 60 for common extra Stat? ; $8 36 to $9 60 for choice
do; $7 to $7 60 for superfine Michigan, Indiana, Ohio,
Iowa, tic, and $7 60 to (9 40 for extra do, including
shipping brands of round-hoop Oblo at l8 60 to $9 76,
and trade branda of do at $9 80 to $18 76; spring wheat
St. Louis at $10 60 to $12, and winter do at $12 60 to $17,
closing dull Southern Flours dull and declining on the
lower brinda. We notice sales of 660 bbls at $10 60 to
11 16 for common, and $11 20 to 17 for extra and family
Canadian Flour la 10 cents lower on the common _rades,
grades. Tho sales included 300 bbls at $8 66 to $9 76
for common, and $9 80 to $13 60 for extra brands. In
Bye Flour there is not much doing. We notice sales of
100 bbls at $6 60 to $8 76, Oom Meal ia in fair request.
Bal.s were made of 400 bbls at $4 60 for Western, and
$4 76 for Brandywine. Wheat-The market for prime
grades is l@2o higher in coniequence of the scarcity,
while the common klnda are dull and heavy. The sales
are 92,000 bushels at $2 l8?2 38 for new No. 1 Milwau
kee, the latter price for prime. In rye there la but lit
tle offering. Bales wore made of 4200 bushels Western
at 99@100c. Barley and Barley Malt aro unohanged.
Oats rules In favor of the buyers. We quote new West
ern at 61(5)55c, snd choice Iowa at 70o. In Corn there
is a large business doing at an advance of 2c. The sales
are 141,000 bushels at 79@8So for unsound new Western
mixed; 86X_87Ko for sound do; 84_84)_c for old West
ern mixed, in store.
COTTON.-There Is more doing at steady rates.
PBOVISIOMS-The pork market is firmer ? and more
activo. The sales are 11,000 bbls, at 31 82 to $31 87X
tor mess, cash and regular way, closlnft at $81 76 cash;
29 60 to $30 for *?34@ *65 mess, and 26 to $26 60 for
prime. Also, for future delivery, 8860 bbls mess at
31 76 to $31 87 for June, Bellera' option ; 31 78 to $32
for July, sellers' option; $92 26 for July, buyers' option;
and 82 to 31 12ii tor August, sellers'option. In beef
there is but little inquiry. Sales were made of 400 bbls
at 10 to $20 60 for plain'Weslera mess, and 31 to $24
for extra mess. Beef hams are quiet at 46 to $46 for
Western. Io bacon aides there is more doing. Tbs
aalea are 800 boxes at 15 >, c for Cumberland cut, 16 >,' for
long rib, 16?io for short rib; 10*_o for rough side, and
16>fo for bellies. In cut meats the market is unohanged.
Wa notice aalea of 340 pkgs at 17 to 19o for hame in dry
salt and sweet pickle, and 13 J. to 13?. cents for should
ers bl do. There Is more doing in lard at steady held
prices. The sales include 960 tierces and bbla at 10 to
3lo for No 1 to kettle-rendered city, and 30 to 33.??o for
WHISKEY-Prices are unchanged. Bales wore made
of 100 bbla Western at $3 38>i, and 350 bbls do, in bond,
at $3 38.
NEW YOBE, June 16.-Cotton steady and unchanged;
sales 3000 bales. Good flour firm ; common 6 to 10c
lower. Sales 9000 bbls Stats at $6 $0 to $9 60; Ohio
$8 60 to $18 86; Western $0 60 to $0 31; Southern
heavy; sales 600 bbls at $10 80 to $17. Wheat active and
advanced 8 to to; salea 68,000 bushels good Chicago
spring at $2 10 to $3 13; prime No 1 Milwaukee at $2 37
to $2 36. Corn has advanced lo; sales 66,000 bushels at
88 to 89o. Pork heavy; mess $81. Lard buoyant at
1?_ to 22"-io. Whiskey dull. Bice steady. Sugar
sUady; Muscovado 10J-? to Ho. Coffee steady. Tur.
pentlne dull at 88 to 90c. Rosin $8 to $9. Petroleum
dull at 25>; to 38o. Freights duU and lower. Oold
HAVANA, June 9.-Sugar market very dull; so few
sales can .give no regular scale of quotations. No 13 at
$4 per 100 pounds; white at $6'? do; browns No 13 at
$3>? do; mnicovadoes, no sales. Shipped hence and
from Matanzas 60,8(14 boxes, 1316 bbds, of which for
Ne v York 0519 boxes, 114 bhds; Boston 360 boxes; Port
land 300 hhds; Philadelphia 468 boxes, 364 bhds; Balti
more 1605 boxes, 190 hbdB; New Orleans 2861 boxes;
Mobilo 187 boxes; Cedar Key 1 box, 0 hhcls; Fernanuiua
9 boxes; leaving stock on hand 540,663 boxes, 17,209
hhds. Molasats.-Prices well sustained; clayed tJi to
tsy_ rials; for muscovado 6X to 7 rials.
Freights for United States very dull. Chartered tor
New York Br bark Carlotta, 560 hhde sugar at $8>i per
hhd. vis Bemedlos; brig J W Parker, 326 bhds sugar at
$6; brig.J W "poncer, to load on tue south side, 473
bhds at 60 oente per owt for North of Hi tterai ; Br brig
Bann, 460 hhds sugar at $0>i per hhd, vh Sagua.
Exchange-London 60 days eight l8 premium; Paris
do do at 6J? to bli do ; United States do o o 31 te 99 *:a
count; American told 5 premium.-N. Y. Jour, yf Com.
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-O B Grant, H
Straus, E 8horuan and friend, W O Soatnan, W L Hay,
Major J D Terry, J Brady, A Elngsberry, Mra Sarah
Nabb, J F Huber and lady, Dr L A Willis, B Pago and
lady, G W Niles, J W Pillabury, Mis? S AThayor, Miss
O F Aitken, and 7 In the atoorago.
PHAHKH O* TBS MOON.
Last Q. 6th, lb. 63m. morn I First Q. 19th, Oh. 2Cm. ovon
Now M. 12th, 4t?. 47m. even inU M. 37th,10h. lorn, oven
RISKS. | SETS.
11..35 | Morn.
7..10 | 9..38
Oonalgntti par South Carolina Ilallroad,
329 bales Cotton, 12 barrels Spirit s and 11 barrels
Crudo Turpentine, and Sundries. To J B E Sloan, A li
Jones, W ti Mauldin, J D Aiken & Co, F Horsey, W M
Hazard, Willis At Cblsolm, E J Wisa ft Co, E B Bodgors
k Co, Wardlaw k Carew, Tburston _ Holmes, Adams,
Frost _ Co, li Cobla & Co, O ti Walter k Co, Porchor k
Honry, H L Jeffers k Co, W B Williams, G A Hoploy k
Co, John Fraser k Co. A Koblimon k Co, Clilaolni Bros,
Wobb, Ayer k Trumbo, and James Hunt.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
62 bales Colton, 672 barr?la Naval Stores, Furnlturo,
Mdzo, ka. To J M Caldwell & Bon, Gonzales, Woodward
* Co, Loo k Sponcor, Adama, Frost k Co, 8e.rt.-en k
Nesbit, GfWMf k Smith, Mowry i t?;, E H Bodgors k
Co, G E Pritchett, Willis 8c Chlsolm, Dukes _ Oo, B H
Bardon, Styles k Carter, and M O Bay.
PORT OP CHARLESTON,
Arrivait Yo?tcr,lny. [JUNE 17
Sehr Zicavo, Heath, New York-8 days. Machinery
and Coal. To the Maator. The Z has on board tha ma
terial to raise the monitor Woehawken, aunk in this
IN THE OFFING.
Bark Addle Decker, Ponnel, Bath (Mo)-16 days. Hay.
To Geo A Locke k Co.
Cleared Saturday. [JUNE 10
Steamship Saragossa, Crowoll, Now fork-Bavenol k Co.
Went to Sea Saturday. [JUNK 16
Steamship Saragossa, Orowoll, Now York.
Went to Sea Sunday. [JONS 17
Bohr W B Beebo (3 masted), Crawford, Philadelphia.
Behr W H Einzel (8 masted], Soper, a Northern port.
stAirnur Vate, Flynn. Palatka, Jacksonville, &c.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Adels, Eau, ai BaUImoro, Juno 11.
Sehr 3 H Durrltt, Woolley, at New York, June 13.
J. R. SLOAN,
Formerly of Laurens District, S. 0.,
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VOLTTAE nnder very flattering auspices. It ia a large
sheet, is printed on the best of papar, and the publisher
la determined to spare neither labor nor expense In
making It worthy of the largest patronage. Having a
good and rapidly growing circulation among the Plant,
era and Mare-ants of Darlington District, and o lib?
Pee Dee country ,l t offers strong IndooetaenU to C
Merchants and odors doalrona of making them te
known t brough the medina of advort?ae_.e??r
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY?
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
H. J?. 1_A*VT,
Prosidont, Augusts, Ga.
April 28_ B
A. S. HULL, Agent,
S. W. COBNEIt CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF CLOTHS, CAB
8IMEBES AND TESTINGS can be had, together
with a choice assortment of]
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN 8HIRT8,__ade Jtojorder, In _y
ty lo that may be deelsed.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
As usual. lyr Jnne 7
ENGLISH MU AMERICAN BANK,
IMJOHI'OIIATKD UNDBR ?THE ?COMPA
NIES' ACT, 186?."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ??1,800,000,
IN 60,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH.
First Issue, 30,000 Shares, and the remainder to be Is*
aned as may be required, under the sanction of a Gen
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK,
Having opened Offices at No, 68 WALL STREET, NEW
YORK, is prepared to ?eil Dills of Exchange on the
_NU_IBH AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon
don, and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON; to buy
Billa of Exchange, and to lsauo Oom morola1 and Xrnvr '
era' Credits, available in all parts of the world. Oom.
merdai Uredits issued for use in the
EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BB
UPON THE OR_*NTALBANK CORPORATION OF
Further particulars may be ascertained on application
atthe Office, No. 03 Wall street.
GEO. BUBGHALL WATTS, Assistant Mansger.
Apr _ ___
No. 173 EAST BAY,
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGR1
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of all kinds :
BAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse powor, and GRIST
MILLS, always on ham!.
Agents for A'tOHAMIiAULT'S 8TKAM ENGINE, and
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. SOL EAST BAY,
a:_i__:RioBSTO?sr, s. o.,
HAVE COMBINED THE BHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared to procuro FBEIGHT8 and CHAR
TERS. Masters of vos iola having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by spplying as
GEO. A. HOPLEY _ CO. IRAVBNEL _ CO. _
MOTTET, HUOHET _ CO. MARSHALL. BEACH it 00.
WM. P. HALL. ROBT MURE _ CO.
MORDEOAI _ 00. I WILLIS _ OHISOLM.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It hu boen remodelled and refurnished
th rongbout. The travelling public, transient visitors, or
o tbers will Und in it all the luxuries of a F?RBT-OLABB
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with tho comforts ot
? Tho location is one oi tho most airy and pleasant for
summer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
a ealtbful exercise is attached. No pains or expense
? pared to give entire satisfaction.
May 11 _F. OPDEBEECK.
THI8 FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly tarnished, ia now open for the
reception of tho travelling publia
G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
May 23 arno
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAS BEEN RE-MO
DELED and nowly refurnished, and put In perfect
order throughout. . _ ," _ .
Tbe travelling publlo may rest assured they will find
omforUble acccmmc^aUona M Jfols House.
Mar 23 lmo A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
THE PUBLISHERS 0F_
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Beg reapootfolly to roturn their thanks to the
public for ita liberal support to their Journal, and
promise that in the future, as in the past, it shall
bo their aim to make
THE DAILY NEWS
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
(n the country. It has now
THE LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issued in tho State, and ia
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper pnbliahod in tho Btato- issued in
folio form of eight pages, and tho oizo of the New
It ia universally conceded that
TDE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
11ST 3D E _P E 3ST _D DE IST T,
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the South. It is
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends bava epokon and written to
us concerning the publication of a Tri-Wookly. We
have thought of doing this for some time, but
owing to the'general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we have concluded not to do ao until the
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will oommeaee ta
publish a country edition of Tax NBWB, and 6
shall be our aim to make the paper the beet ever
issued in this State. We intend introducing* en
tirely new features in this enterprise; ii will not
be a summary of the daly, but will bo complet?
and original in itself, and we are certain that ita
patrons will be as well pleased with it as aro
our present patrons pleased with the daily.
I TWOKOttm OF PATT.Tg.
Six mouths. 5.00
Three months. 2.M
CATHCART, MCMILLAN & MORTON!
No. l8 HAYNE-STREET
OHABLEflTON, 8, O.