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THE DAILY NEWS
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ITEMS OF STATE NEWS.
-Mr. John Ansel has been appointed In?
tendant of the town of Walhalla, vice H. W.
-Major Henry Wilhams, living near Nine
six, Abbeville District, met with c. neaw loss on?
Wednesday morning last, by the werk of an
incendiary. His bairn and stables, together
with several horses and. mules, and a lot ol
bogs were ?onartmed, "
**??S D?mocratie club met at Hodges',
Greenville District, on Saturday last, and a
very respectable assembly of citizens. Ad?
dresses wei? made by J. L. Westmoreland,
Colonel Stanly Crittenden and Judge W. H.
Campbell. The meeting was attended with
?he most happy results. One hundred names
were added to the club, which now numbers
.one hundred-?nd fifty. Included in these are
maay citizens wbo have heretofore acted with
the Loyal Leagues.
-The coroners jury in the case of young
Davis recentlv drowned near Georgetown,
nave returned" the following verdict : ..That
Charles B. Davis came to his death by mis?
chance by the hands of another, but unknown
to the jury, and in the presence of John M.
LeRebour, Theodore LeBebour and Franklin
P. Bush, who, the jurors behove, are in the
possession of the knowledge of facts, which
they .withhold from the jurors.".
? -The YorkriDe Enqoirer says: The drought
is becoming serious in thS county. The pros
sect is good for a large crop of corn and cot?
ton if speedy and plenteous rains fal). We
have seldom seen tue corn crop look more
promising than it *nas up to a week ago in
roany parts of York. The earliest plantiue is
more or less injured, bv the drought already.
Cotton is less advanced in growth than at the
same period last year, but gives fair promise
of a crop if rains come and caterpillars keep
away. The crops generally have been well
worked, attributable somewhat to the fact that
' the new system of labor is becoming better re
. . -A-daring robbery was. perpetrated at the
residence of Mrs. Beaseley, in the vicinity of
Greenwood, Abbeville District, on last Friday
. night . The thief c r thieves gained entrace to
the dwelling by breaking a lock on an outside
door, thence -through a partition door into an
adjoining room, from which they abstracted
a safe containing between eight honored and
one thousand dollars in specie and some valua?
ble papers. Although the room was occupied
J>y one or more persons, the robbery was not
discovered until the following morning. Seve?
ral of the citizens of the neighborhood etarted
n pursuit of the thieves, but abandoned the
search after riding a few miles. A reward of
one hundred dollars is offered for the recovery
of the money, and an additional reward for the
apprehension of the thieves, with proof to con?
vict. * .
-The Greenville Enterprise says : "The
Commissioners of'Public Education have suc?
ceeded in making arrangements with those ex
-:' cellent gentlemen and finished teachers, Pro?
fessors Judson and -Patrick, to teach the
Academic Department of our public schools,
commencing on the first Monday in August,
and we are confident our citizens and the
friends of education generally will join UB in
. our expressions ot confidenc? in them. Tuition
' will be free at Professor Patrick's School, in
the Gaillard Schcol budding, and for girls at
: ; Che Female College under Professor .Judson,
in tile studies of the Academic grade, which
embrace Arithmetic,- Geography, History;
Grammar and the usual course of the Acade?
my. - The report of the Commissioners states
that but of one hundred and twenty-two pupil? j
3 who have been in attendance during the first
'quart er of the -school's existence, nearly one
half might hare-been unable to attend bot for
tina timely and accessible provision for their
> r-We get from the Greenville Enterprise the
following gossip concerning the weather, crops
.. said sale day in Greenville Dist:ict : "Although
it had become a little dry, yet'the re.eet re?
fresh in? showers that have fallen remove all
oomplamt in this way, and all kinds of vegeta
- tion seem to be in an excellent condition for
growing. On Sunday last, about the middle of j
the day, we were favored by afall of water that
saturated-the earth; but'the succeeding hot
Brm shine will not let it remain so very long.
. We understand that several miles above and to
the east of the town, about the same time, a
severe thunder storm occurred, accompanied
..7 -with a heavy fall of rain and hail-stones of pro?
digious size, causing considerable damage. As
fair as our inquiries have gone, the wheat crop
receptly harvested has hardly been the half of |
that gathered last year; a few, thoa gb, say that
their's have approximated a foll one. On sale
day a good many persons were in the place
from the country, but notlung'traua;.ired fur?
ther than the sales of the Commissioner in
'Equity, and the.vendue pf Mr. J. C. Smith.
The following are the most' important sales of
the Commissioner : Clary tract, $810; Brooks
; .tract, $810." .
-Of sale day in Yorkville, 'the Enquirer
says : "Bat few persons were present on Mon?
day, and the competition - in the purchase of
property at auction was noe spirited. The Or?
dinary sold pne tract of land belonging to the
estate ofrNancy Dowdle,- deceased-two hun?
dred and e?vent?en acres-at 55 cents per
acre. Also, one other tract belonging to the
estate of Margaret Dowdle, : deceased-one
"hundred and sixty-eight acres-at $3 75 per
acre.- Both trac: s were sold on twelve months',
time. Giles J. Patterson, Commissioner in
Equity for Chester District, sold on time, an?
der a decree in Equity, the valuable property
in this -town, known se the King's Mountain
Hotel, together with the storerooms and other
appurtenances attached, for the som of $4000.
Messrs. J. & E..B. Stowe were the purchasers.
A tract of land'sold by assignees in bank?
ruptcy of W. C. Oaveny, containing one hun?
dred acree, went off at ten cents per acre, cash.
? The house and lot belonging to W. C. Owen,
sold in bankrupt cv, brought one hundred dol?
lars cash-. The honso and lot of William Dick?
son, sold in bankruptcy, brongh: three" hun?
dred dollars cash. The house and lot of J. Ed.
Jefferys, on Main-street, sold for four hundred
. and ten dollars casiu
Tbc Cb ar lest on Cotton Martel.
OFFICE OP THE CHARLESTON DALLY NEWS, |
CHARLESTON, Friday Evening, Jnly 10, '68. j
Buyers exhibited no wish to transact business at
present figures and the day passed without salee.
Middlings being nominal at 81 Xe per lb.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, July 10-Consola 91%a95. Bonds 73a
LIVERPOOL, Jury 10- Noon.-Cotton-sales of thc
' Week 7LOOO balda; for export 10,000; for speculation
WOO; stock (582,000 bales, of which 341,000 are Amer?
ican;.market quiet; sales 9000 bales. Breadstufls
steady. Lard 63s.
Two P. M.-Cotton dull; sales 10,000. Yams arra
tl bric? quiet. Stock afloat 712,000 bales, whereof
25,000 are American. Wheat Us lOd. Com 35s 6d.
-Lard 63B 9L
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady; sales 10,000
biles. Tallow 43s Cd. Sugar firmer.
DOMESTIC MAR RETS.
.r Kaw Yans, July 10-Noon.-Gold 40X- Sterling
10X- Boar dult Wheat la2c lower Com un-"
changed. Meas perk steidy. Lard finner; steamed
17X&17XC Cotton quiet at 82J?C Freights dull.
Turpentine 43Va44c. Rosin armer; common ttrain?
ed ?3 80.
Evening_Cotton heavy; sales 1400 bales at32,1Xc.
With Borne s-lrb at 32c. Flsur- State ard Western
doll and drooping. Southern heavy; common- to
? - lair extra $t'K Wheat-new amber Southern S2 li
a26f\ Oom less active and 1<: lower. Oats lc lower.
Mess pork ?28a23 25. Lard in kittie 18al8X- Gro?
ceries dulL Turpentine 43a44. Rosin S3 2la7 50.
Freights quiet: cotton by steam 3-10. Southern
bonds strong and higher. Gold 40??. Str rling io: ?.
RALTTMons, July 10.-The general markets dull
CINCINNATI, July 10.-Flour firmer. Corn buoy
ant; in the ear 18 J,'. Wb ii kev firm; In boed S2 35.
Mess pork $28 50. Shoulders 13; clear sides 17. Lard
AUGUSTA, July 10.-Market dull; sales 35 balee;
SAVANNAH. July 10.-Cotton quiet and weak ; sales
68 bales; middlings 31c.; receipts to-day 30C bales;
of the week 1527 bales.
GALVESTON, Jury 10.-Receipts of the week 230
bales-. Exports to New York 718 bales. Stock 490.
Good ordinary 29X
Nsw OBLXANS, July 10.-Cotton firm; middl'ngs
S9X; sales-20; receipts net 96-total 52. Receipts ol
the week net 344-total GC3. Exports coastwise 443.
Sales 1883;Stock 6280. Sterling 63j$a55}i. New
York sight exchange X premium. Gold 40<?.
MOBILE, July 10.-Sales none; middlings nominal?
ly 30X- Receipts 4. Exports 1197. Advices from
tbe Interior report the cot1 on plant as very small,
though some -wore filled with fruit. Sales of the
week 760. Receipts 22. Exports to Great Britain
752; coastwise 1646. Stock by actual count, includ?
ing pickings, cotton samples, &c, 6232 bales.
WrLMTKGTos, July 10.-Turpentine advanced to
39c. and Kew York casks 89 ??c. Botin firm; strained
?1 93; Ka 2 $2; Ko. 1 $3; pale $3 75. Tar $210.
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BALTIMORE, July 8.-COTTON-Our market is
very firm, with good demand and stock reduced to
2500 bales. Sales to-day amount to 406 bales; in?
cluded were 90 bales good ordinary at 30c ; 107 boles
at 80?,, ?2a32>ic, latter for strict middling: 183 boles
bales low middling at 81>ic; 24 do do at 31 %c. We
also learn that 32j?o was offered and refuged for two
large lots, amounting to 532 bales middling, held at
Comm-Continues dull; only saleB to-day were
250 bags Bio from second hands at 16,l4 B17}4'C, gold.
FLorn-All gradi B of city mills were reduced ?0c
per bbl; other descriptions had previously fallen
fully as much. Market was dull to*day; sale3 were
confined to email lots for local wants-a lot of choice
Howard-street raper brought $9 25. The stock ol' old
flour is quite light, and were it not for this fact prices
would rule still lower.
? GRAIN-Receipts of all kinds continue small-of ]
wheat 775 bush white sui 2538 bush red comprised
the offerings to-day; included in the sales were 500
bush old and new white at $2 40; IOU tush new do at
$2 33; 120 bush inferior at $2 04; no prime or choice
samples offered-of led 600 bush choice new sold at
$2 60; 100 do prime at $2 50. Com-5900bush white
and 2500 bush yellow received; there was a good in?
quiry and better prices obtained ior prime samples
-we note sales of 2000 bush good to prime white at
; SI 12al 14; 200 bush blue-eyed at SI 08-of yellow
300 bush mixed at SI ll ; 3000 bush yellow on pri?
vate terms, quote at SI 14al 15. Oats-700 bush re?
ceive.!, with Boles of 600 bush heavy at 80 cte; 200
bush at 82 cts, sud 150 bush at 85 cte weight Rye
-250 bush received, and sold at SI 70al 75 per bush
-latter for prime.
PROV?UOSS.- The market is flat; no large transac?
tions of any kind to-day; jobbing demand for bacon
1B also less active, but without quotable cb inge, viz:
for shoulders 12?4al4c ; rib sides 16alG>4c; clear rib
16)?al6??c; and hams range from 19 to 21 ??c, as '.o
quality and character. Bulk meats - We quote should?
ers nominal at 12c; rib sides 13 hie ; and clear rib 14c.
Mees Pork-Western heavy at S29, scarce, and retail
sales only; Baltimore packed (Bummer? $28a28 25 per I
bbl. Lard jobbing at 16 J*c for city, and 17c for West- j
ern buis, t
Rics-Rangoon quiet and steady at 9%al0c; Caro
Una Hallie per lb.
SUGAR-We note sales of 480 hods and 41 tierces
Cubs, cargo of George G?Vblist, taken for refining,
at n }3 cents; 54 hbds Porto Rico, to go West, at
REMSED SCOABS- ;teady at 16Ji" cents for hard
crushed, powdered and granulated; 15?? cts for A
white; 16?i cents for B do; C extra 15K cents; C
Hyt cents ; yellow 13?/ cents; molasses sugar 10?,'a |
STEOPSr-Are steady as before, vir: for Maryland
golden 77 cents ; Baltimore io 70 cents ; Monumental
67 cents per gallon.
Kew York Market.
The Kew York Journal of Commerce, of Wednes?
day, July 8, says:
The amount of surplus capital on the market hos
tome what dir-inlshed, and Dorrowers are obliged ti
piy higher rates of interest lor needed accommoda?
tions than have prevailed daring the last few week'.
Call loans are chiefly made on approved stock collat?
erals st 5 per cent., and upon government securities
at 4 per c?nt, with comparatively few exceptions *e
lcw those rates. The best commercial paper is taken
at5J?a6per cen', er annum discount
. PKODUGE HABEST.
ESEADSTUFFE-The market for ?tate and Wettern'
flour is more active, and prices are 10 io 15 cts bet
ter. The demand is from the- ideal trade, shippers
not being d'sposed to pay the r rices demanded. The
sales are 78O0bbiaat $6 65i710for superfine State;
$790a810 for common extra State; (8 20a8 40 tor
good to choice do; SS 50a9 25 tor fancy do; S6 65a710
for superfine Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, &c, sod
S7 75a8 40 for extra do; SS 45a9 75 for choice extra do,
including shipping brands of round hoop Ohio at
t850a9 25, ard trade brands of do st?9 30al2 7f
good to choice white "wheat extras^at S10 fi5al2 75
btT LomT'SV $8 50al0 for .common to fair extra, and
S10al4 50 for good to choice, closing steadily. We
quote : Superflue State, S6 65a7 10; extra State', ?793
?840; super Western, S6 65a710; extra Western,
S?75o8 40; ex'ra Ohio round hoop, $8 50a9 26; do
(trade), S933al2 75; extra Genesee, -a-; extra St
Louis, S8 50al4 53.
SOUTHESK FLOUS-Rules more steadily, but is no
active. We notice sales of 450 bbls at 18 90al0 30 for
fair extra, and S10 40al4 50 for good to choice do.
CAXJTOBNIA f Lous-The market is quiet but prices
remain steady: The sales are 500 sacks st S10U2 60.
WHEAT-The market is more active tor export and
speculation, at an advance of three.to' five cents. We
notice sales of 56.000 bushels at SI 97a2 for No f
spring; S210 tor Ko 1 spring; $2 30 for winter red
Indiana; S240 for white Canada; $2 55 for new - lied
Southern; $2 65 for new whi'e Southern; and $2(2
for winter red Canada in bond.
OATS-Are more active, mainly for speculation,
with prices niling two to three cents better. Ihe
Wes are 120,000 bushe s Western at 84a8o*?c in store
and afloat, closing at 85c in store and bG)?c afloat
COBS-The offerings are l ght and with a moderate
inquiry, chiefly from the borne trade, an adva i ce of
l to 2c is noticeable. Sales were made of 47,001
bushels at $107all0for Western mixed afloat, and
SI ll for Western je'low in store.
Corros-The mark t opened firmly with an acti .?.
demand from the spinners, but a* the holders offered
their stocts very liberally at the current price?,
tbe buyers withdrew, causing the market to close
quietly and allude lower. The sales arc 3651 bales,
including 2748 to spinners anl 903 to speculators.
We quote: >
Upland & New
- Florida. Mobile. Orleans. Texas.
C>rclinary....28 a28-j' 28,\ia28& 28??029 28>/a29>?
nary.29?Xa30 . 29XaS0# 30 a30?? 30,'ia30'?
dling.31 aSV.i 31??a31*? 31??a32 31>4'a32??
Middling....3i??a33 ttjjfaUX 33 a33?? 33??a333?
GUNST BAOS-Are quiet and firm at 16'4'c.
GUSSY CLOTH-IS in the eellerV favor; 250 bales
were sold at 22j?c.
HAT-Is steadily held at 70c for shipping, and Sla
125 for retail qualities.
STSAW-IS firm at 90c for long rye, and 60c fjr
MOLASSES-There is rather more doing, mainly in
tbe grocery grades, but prices continue to fovor the
buyers. We notice sol-B of 393 hbds Barbadoes and
350 casks St. Croix on private ternis. We quo e
clayed at 43a45c; Mu acorad oat 45a50c for refining
gr.'des, and Porto Rico at 50070c.
NAVAL STOBES-Spirits turpentine is held at for?
mer prices, with a moderate Inquiry; we note sales
ol300 bbls ot 42,??a43c Rosins oro obtainable ot
lower prices, with a dull market; thc sales ore 450
bbls common at $2 75; 150 bbls low pale at $5 25, and
70 bbls virgin at $7 50. We quote at $2 76 for strain?
ed common; $2 83a2 67 ?i for good strained ; $3a3 12?-'
for No 2. and ; 3 87>ia4 50 for No L
RICE-The market continues to be quiet, but
prices do not indicate any change. We quote Caro?
lina at 10??an>?c; Rangoon in bond at 3^s4c, gold,
and9'<o9%c, currency, duty paid.
? u GAR-The market l'or raw continues to be quiet,
but -w* do not hear of any chango in prices. We
quote for relining 10!4a10?ic; good do at insalive,
and No 12 box at 12>4al2>?c. Iho falesare 665 hhds
at ll?<a*lj/c tor Cuba; liz for Demorara, and 1200
boxes Havana on private terns. -In refined there is
ai?ood business doing at iial4?/c for eoi't yellow;
15.'.?U25;?C for soft white; 16&a?/jc for crashed,
powdered and granulate !.
COFFEE-?he market for Rio is moderately active,
and prices ore steadily held We notice sales ol' 540
bags, ex silver Star, on private terms, and 3J4 bags
do. ex Kdlth Mary, at Me, gold, in bond. Of the
other kinds, we leam of sales of 150 bags Lairuavra
at 16'?c gold, duty paid. *
PBOVISIONS-Purk-The market is vary quiet to?
day, and prices are ea=ier. We notice sales of 250
bbls at S27 85 at regular wjy, and 50 obis at S27 fcO,
cash, closing weakly, ibe jobbing trade is very
moderate; (-ales were made ot C50 brds at $27 75a
27 90 for new mess, aud $27 87 for old ires*. We
quote prime at $22 50822 75, and prime mess at
J>?t 25a24 50. 1 he afternoon market is very quiet,
and prices ore rather in the buyer's favor, "fte no?
tice sales of 250 bbl- men ut ? .7 80, cash.
BEEF-The market is steady but quiet. Sales are
made of 150 bbls at $15a20 CO for plain Weitem, and
$21o$25 for extra mess.
LABU-lhere ?B more inquiry for lots for refining
and for export to the West inches, and with light of
fea-iiifis prices are more hnnly held. The EO??>B are
800 tierces, mainly city. atl?^olS^c for No 1 citj ;
16c for prime do, and 17c for kettle i ende-red Western
to arrive. For future delivery the business is in?
creasing, and full prices are current.. We notice sales
last evening of 250 tierces prime steam rendered
Western for July, buyer's op ion, at 16J?c; and to- ,
day 150 tierc?s do at lGJ?c: 50-J tierces for September,
buyer's option, at 17 ??c, and 250 tierces for Septem?
ber, Belier's option, a: 17c. We quote No 1 Western I
at 16al8??c; steam rendered sad kettle dried at 16J?a
lG??c, and kettle rendered st 17al73ic.
CUT MEATS-There is a moderate business doing
mainly in small ".ote -with prices weh maintained We
notice sales of 25 boxes dry salted shoulders ot 13c;
25 boxes dry salted roach sides st 14)?o, and 35 tes
sweet pickled hams in tight tierces at 2Uc.
SMOKED MEATS-The jobbing trade continues to
be moderate at unchanged priree. We quote bagged
hams at 17a21c; shoulders at liaise, and clear rib at
BUTTES-The market is quiet, The receipts are
moderate but buyers are act inclined. to take more
than they cac use immediately, causing the stock to
ac:umniulate. The California trade is inactive tc
day. We quote Western ot 20a2Sc for common to
prime, and State at 30a35c, the latter price for small
mt of laney.
Consignees per Soutn Carolina Railroad,
3 bales Cotton, 17C bales Tarn, 4528 bushels Grain,
107 bbls Naval Stores, 4 cars Lamber, 1 car Wood,
i o Street Bros k Co, West k Jones, Bavene! & Co.
Hopkins. McPherson k Co, J Wiley & Co, Jeffords k
Co, Beeder & Davis, Goldsmith k Son, G E P; it che?,
Jno Marshall, Jr, Cbisolm Eros, Crane, Boylston k
Co, J C Mallonee, E Welling, F D C Kracke, Sten?
house k Co, F W Clanesen, I Tupper k Son, and R
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
218 bbls Naval Stores, cars Stock, box? s Tobacco,
Mdze, Ac. 'lo S D Stoney. H W Kinsman, J Mar?
shall, Jr, Mazvck Bros, Gaillard k Minott, J ? Quack
enbusb, J Campsen & Co, AA Goldsmith k Co, M
Goldsmith k Son, Frost k Adger, I Hughes, and
Bavenel k Co.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-S S
Dixon. Mrs S E Dixon, seven children and servant.
Miss A P Tindal.
Per steamer Fannie, from Savannah via Beaufort,
Bluffton, kc-Col H de F Young, F F Russell. Jacob
Barrett, H J Lawotte, Luther Bullard, Edmund Ma
zyck. Allard Barnwell, J D Dunlap and lady, W H
Trescatt, Miss D A Bacon, Mies L M loonier, Miss
Murray and two servants, and 15 deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
A Lowande and wife, Miss Clarinda Lowande, Miss
Amelia Grains, Martino Lowande, Ablarde Lowande,
Alex Lowande, Jr, Natalio Patolion, Antonio Pcrere,
E W Blance, J W Wolf. Wm Alexander, Benj Hays,
W T BosweU. A Isear, Jos Mintz, W Perry, J Peter
son, D C DeJarnette, G Tyler, R Murphy, J Pringle,
Mrs T Gneiard and" two cb.ldren, Mrs Mary N I ar?
row, Master John D Kelly, A G Treuholm, and 5 on
P'.r 8teamerSt Helena. fromEdisto and Rockville
F A ."jarnett, Mrs Chas H Wilson and chi'd, Miss H
R Sams, F Reed, lady and two children. Mr May and
lady, L A Bigger, W E Mar in and lady, C Newman,
P P Toole, Jos Whaley, R Lauderic', Wm Durant, W
Garety, and 10 deck.
Port of Charleston, July ll.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left Tues?
day, P M. Mdze. To Mordecai & Co, Courtenay *
Treahom, Bailroad Ageut B O'Neill, W Maiscber,
W H Chafee & Co, R?venel k Barnwell, J k W H
Armstrong, G H Gruber, W Brookbanks, W M Bird
k Co, T A Beami-h * Co, McDuffCoheu, WC Bee k
Co, B & A P Caldwell, J C Mthrman, J C Ogerman,
J H Brown, Chisolm Bros, Bollmann Bros, J P Keij?,
H Cobla & Co, Werner k Ducker, D A Amme, Khnck.
Wickenberg k Co, H Gerdts k Co, Jeffotds A Co. J H
Graver, A W Eckel k Co, G W Steffens k Co, D F
Flemrng A Co. C L Korn?hren s, Cameron, Barkley k
Co, D H Silcox, E J H x ischer, R O Tyler, R H Mc
DoweU k Son. Dowie k Moise, W P Bussell k Co.
R&venel k Co, J Heins, C F Panknin, J A Eoslow k
Co, L Lorentz, Ostendorff k Co. W Sprague A Co,
Hastie, Calhouo k Co, Eiep k Lilhenthal, C 6ahl
man, Charleston Hotel, D B Vincent, W G Whildtn
k Co, Kreite A- Chapman, Jno Thompson & Co. E H
Rodgers k Co. Goodrich, Wintman k Co, D Briggs,
C Voight J H Welbon?, and others.
Steamer Fannie, Peck, Savannah, via Beaufort,
Hilton Head ond Bluflton. sundries. To Jno Fer
gason, Dowie k Moise, C Litschgi. A Gage, W Har?
rison, Hopkiu?, McPhersou & Co, W ri Reeder, Col
H de F Young, Jno Colcock k C'J, Southern Express
Co, W Moultrie, H Klarte k Co, F Kressell, J Gam?
bo, Dr A B Rose, Major E L Deane and J B Dennis.
Steamer Emilie, Davis, Georgetown, S C. 20~oags
Seed Rice, 8 Horses, and Sundries. To fehackelford
k Kelly. G A Treuholm k son, Gen RO Tyler. A G
Trcnholm, M Mc'iorty, Capt A Barrett, Major E L
I Deane, Col W L Trenholm, People's National Bank,,
Thurston & Holmes, J M Easou k Bro, E Bat? s k Co,
E H Sparkman, Chas Alston.
Steamer St Helena. Boyle, Edisto ard Rockville.
2 bales s I Cotton and Sundries. To J H Murray,
Fraser & Dill and others.
Sehr Ann S Deas, West Point Min. 29 bbls Bice.
To Screvtn k Nesbit.
A schooner unknown.
Cleared for this Fort.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at Tosten, Ju'y 7.
Vp for this Port.
The Cardigan, Yoong, for this port, entered outward
at Efverpool, June 24.
Sehr Albert Thomas, Rogers, at New York, July 8.
From this Port.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Ealtimore, July 10.
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORI
The Cardigan, Young, up.June 21
Sehr Emma, Anthony, up.June G
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.July 7
Sehr E G Sylvester, Sylve^er, up.June
Sehr Othello, Eldridge, cleared.June 13
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nichols, cleared.June 24
Behr Argus Eye, Mayhem, cleared.July 2
Sehr Lilly, FranciB. up.July
Scbr Albert Thomas. Rodgers, up.July 8
Sehr W B Mann, Boxier, cleared.July 4
Q. H. SASS,
A TTORNEY AT LAW,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
tjg* Office No. 15 BROAD-STREET, over the Peo?
ples, National Bank. May 8
rjlHE OLD ESTABLISHED
RETAIL HARDWARE STORE,
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Bcrweeu Society-street and Gecrgo-ttreet.
GOODS SOLD AT LOW PRICES.
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SIEAM SAW MILL,
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Having rebuilt his STEAM SAW MILL, is now pre?
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ULLIS ?i C HISOLM.
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CLOTHING, SHOE AND HAT STORE,
No, 85 il A RKET-S TREFT,
CE ARLESTON, S. C.
Where moy be found every variety if GREAT
COATS, FROLIC AND DRESS COATS, Shirts, Un
dershirts, Vest and Pantaloon?. Drawers and Socks,
BootB, Shoes, Hat; and Caps-, Trunks, Carpet Bays
Valises, kc._February 0
THRUST, BLACK ?i CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in, and Manufactu?
FURNITURE OF EVERY VARIETY.
No. 73 Bowery, near CanaLstrect,
Steamboats. Hotels and Public Bui!d!n^s iunrs'e
ed at the shortest notice. AU Goods purchased* of
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Mr-y1 fmw3moe I
AMER1?AN HEALTH KESTOBER!
TBE BEST BLOOD PURIFIER IN THE WORLD.
A Safe and Certain Cure (and the only one yet dis
SCROFULA IS ITS VARIOUS FORMS,
Consumption in its rarly stacee, Enlargement aid
Ulceration of the Glande, Jointe, Bones, Eld*
neys and Uterus, Chronic Rheuma*
?sm, Erupti0D6 of the Stan,
Chronic Sore Eyes,
IN ALL ITS VABIO?S FORMS.
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Complaint
Pain in the Back, Imprudence in Life, Gravel,
GENERAL ELL HEALTH,
and all diseases of the
BLOOD, LIVER, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER.
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and res?ores the entire system to a healthy
II IS PEBFECTLY HARMLESS, never producing
the slightest injury.
THE ROS A DALIS
is not a secret medicine. The articles from which it
is made are published around each bottle, and it is
aced and'recommended by the Medical Faculty,
wherever lt bas been introduced, asa POSITIVE and
RELIABLE Medicine for liseases of thc BLOOD.
LIVER and KIDNEYS.
?y Cseu and endorsed by the leading Physician
everywhere it is known.
The following, among many.hundreds of our beti
citizens, teBtify to its wondrous efficacy:
CERTIFICATES FROM PHTSICUAKS.
BALTIMORS, MD., March 4th, 1BC8
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALIS" to be
BEST ALTERATIVE IS USE, and, therefore, cheerfully
recommend it as such.
THOS. J. BOYKIN, M. D
BALTIMORE, February 1<"tb, 1SC8.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence:
DEAR SIR:-I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I ba
seerxit used in two cases with happy results-one
case of i econdary syphilis, in which the patient pro
nodnced himself cured after having token five oot
ties of your medicine; the other' a case of scrofula,
of long standing, which is rapidly improving under
its use, and the indications are that the patient will
soon recover. I have carefully examined the form u
la by which your Row dal is ie made,- and find it
excellent compound of alterative ingreJlents.
Yours truly, R. W. CARR, M. D
We know Dr. Lawrence's Kosadalis to be a safe
and reliable Alterative, Atc, and take pleasure in re
commending it to the profession and the public.
A. D. MO ?E, M. D.,
L. A. SMITH, M. D.,
J. H. WINSTEAD, V. D.,
R. G. BABB AM. M. D.,
W. G. DUGGAN, M. D.,
E. BARNES, M. D.,
R. W.-KING, M. D..
. ' S. WODDARD. M. D.,
j W. T. BREWER, M. D.,
f W. J. BCLLOCE, M. D.
January 7th, 1868.
I hereby certify that .1 un, personally acquainted
with the above named pbysiciace, and. they are all
gentlemen of respectability ard standing In this com
munlty. , ^ T. C. DAVIS,
Mayer of Wilson, N. C.
January 11th, 1668.
ROSADA LIS WILL CURE THE WORST CASES 0
READ THE STATE HEN! BELOW AND DESPAIJt KOT
WILSON Cot XTr. September 10,1667.
Dr. J. J. Lawrence:
DEAR Sin-My youngest daughter, aged five years
has been dreadfully afflicted with t-crofula nearly all
her Ufe. I tried a great mony physicians, but wita
out relieving her much; rn fact, most of them said
there was no hope of cure. During the Inst spr'ng
ehe wns woiee than ever, her body and limbs being
covered with sores and blotches-with face and eyes
badly ulcerated and swollen. Whilst in this cond
tion I was advised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your
Bosadalls. I at once procured three bottles, and
commenced giving it to her. The effect was magi
cal. In Ieee than a month, to my great astonish
ment, she was entirely well.
I am sir, yours.
With much respect and gratitnde,
W. W. BURNETT.
BOSADALIS 13 A POTENT REMEDY IN ALL
FROM 0. W. BLOTJNT, ESQ., ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILSON,
I have been cured of Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of ten year/'' standing, by
Rosadolts, GEO. W. BLOUNT.
R05ADALIS WILL CUBE THE VERY WORST
CASES OF CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.
PORTSMOUTH, VA., February 25, 1868.
Captain J. H. Baiter:
DEAR Sra-This ia to certify that I have been
afflicted with Rheumatism for the last five or six
years, many times ui-ab'e to move. I tried all medi
cines recommended to me for the disease, without
receiving any benefit. Haring heard "Eosadaiii-'
highly spoken of. I procured o bottle, and finding
Rome relief, continued it until I am haipy to ea*
that I om completely well.
I not only consider the "Eowdalie" a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, but I believe it also a pre?
ventive, ond checriully recommend it to the
Yours, very truly, JAMES WEBB.
ROSADALI5 CURES ALL SKIN DTSEASE*.
WILSON, N. C., September 15,18C7.
DEAR SIR-In 1862 my son. now aged five years,
was vaccinated with what" proved to be. impure mat?
ter, wM .h completely destroyed his health. Ho baa
been afflicted with an inveterate and extremely trou?
blesome eruption of the eKiu, sometimes breaking
out in sores. &c. Rosadohs was prescribed by my
family physician, fir. A. D. Moore. After taking it a
few weeks my son became and romains entirely well.
Yours, truly, J. B. DANIEL.
CHRONIC LIVER COMPLAINT CURED.
This is to certify that I was cured ot Chronic Ltver
Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadohs, oft-.-r having
been confined to my bed and ho: se for a long time,
and trying various medicines without benefit.
1 know of several others in this county cured
through fheAise of Rosadalis, and it on be found in
sesrly every house m my neighborhood, and they
ali pra-.ee it as a great medicine.
Greene County, August 14, 18C>.
WILFON, January 7.1868.
1 b-reby certify that 1 have used Dr. lawrence's
justly celebrated RoMdaMs in my l's.mi y as a general
Alterative and Tome, witb the most eattetactory re
Fuit8. and 1 therefcre conscientiously re-ommend it
to the puche as a medicine of rare and cenuine
mer.t. JAMES W. DAVP.
Sheriff of Wilson County, N. C.
Ro-ADALlf.-This mtdicmc has met with an
precedented sv.ci-ers in this cftmmucity. Caotain
Baker, tho polite and attentive agent tor thia city, :'n
iorms ue that :t :e nest to impossible to supply the
demand made fer it; and that 'he medicine is oifect
ing seme tvenderiul cures, and giving great satisfac?
tion to all who have used lt.-'Norfolk (Va.) Daily
Jouirai, November 29.18C7."
rnZf-ARED OSLT ni
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D., CHEMIST,
(Late ot Wilson, North Carolina.)
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'DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
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FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
J8?-PRESCRIPTI0NB POT UP WITH CARE.-??
January 3 ruths
ITS POWERFUL CURATIVE ASSOCIATES,
PREPARED UNDEIl A NEWLY DISCOVERED FEOCZSS
FOB EXTRACTING TEE CURATIVE PBOFERTHS
THOM VEGETAIOL?: STO?TANCES, EN
TEES TUTO TEE COMTOSITIGS OF
A NEW PRINCIPLE DISCOVERED.
Ono Bottle of Rcs?: - rent f s Better Titan
Ten Large Bottles or" the Advertised
Sarsaparillas, or Direct IHaretic Rem?
PHYSICIANS wonder st the extraordinary power ol
RADWAY'S RENOVATING RESOLVENT In curing
the worst lornis of Scrofulous, Syphiloid, Chronic
Skin Diseases, and its marvelous power in resolving
calculons concretions, affording immediate relief and
consequent cure of Diseases of the Kidney, Bladder,
Liver, Lungs, Pancreas, Spleen. Its rapid influence
in the cure of Diabetes, Incontinence or scanty, tur?
bid, albuminous, cloudy urine; its almost instant ef?
ficacy in stopping itching and painful discharge of
urine, and ite singular power in curing discharges
from the Uterus and Urethra, L ncorrhcea, Bloody
Cnne, and other unhealthy and weakening dis?
charges;-and inquire wherein the SARS4PARTL
LIAN used In the Renova une Besolvent differs from
ordinary Sarsaparillas I Sarsiparillian is the only
principle in Sarsaparilla that possesses curative
prfiperties; all other parts of the root are inert and
useless. One ounce of the extract obtained under
DT. Badway'snew process for extracting the curative
properties from vegetable substances, contains more
ol'the true principle of cure than twenty pounds of
the ordinal * roots,
SARSAP?RTLLHN is only one of the ingredients
that terms this truly wonderful medicine: ondit is
the only compensating remedy that communicates
its purifying, eleansice and reinvigorating proper?
ties through the BLOOD, SWEAT, URINE, and
other secretions, securing a harmonious functional
action of every depraved organ and gland in the sys?
tem, li the blood is corrupt, the Resolvent will
mose it pure. If the Lungs ore ulcerated and Eore.
-secreting thick phlegm and prureiest matter, the
Resolvent wiij loosen this deposit and repair the
wasting lung .with sound end healthy material. If
tho Skin is covered with pimples, .spots, pustulee,
sores, ulcers, kc, the Resolvent will quickly remove
these annoyances. If mercury is deposited in the
bones and hos accumulated m the system, the Re?
solvent will drive lt ont If the Throat or Bronchial
Glands are ulcerated, the Besolvent wiU cure these
signs or on early waste. Direct remedies, possess?
ing only exclusive properties, are hurtful, es they
increase the functional secretions cf on1- organ by
suspending the constituent secretions of others;
hence, o compensating remedy like the Resolvent ts
the only means of a permanent cure.
BEAR IN MIND THAT LVERY DROP OF BLOOD
impregnated with the Resolvent and absorbed to
tupply tbe waste of the body, will make pure,.sound
and healthy flesh and fli>r?. ihe first dose that is
taken commences its work ot purification and in?
creasing the appetite andf.cih.
A REMARKABLE CURE!
SORES ON TEE TONG VE, ULCERS IN THE
THROAT, SORE GUMS. SORE MOUTH,
SORES IN TUE NOSE, AROUND
THE ETES, dc,
If recently exhibited, a few bottles will cure. It
chronic, or through the effects ot Mercury, Potas?
sium, Corrosive Sublimate, from six to one dozen
bottles moy be required to make a permanent cine.
A GREAT SENSATION !-A GOOD SENSA?
. PAIN CURER IN AN INSTANT!
. In 1617 the great grand principle of stopping the
most excruciating pain in on iistant, without em?
ploying such dangerous agents as Chloroform,
Opium, Morphine, Acontine, Ether, kc, was first
mode known in
BADWAY'3 READY RELIEF.
This remedy accomplished this wonderful and de?
lightful desideratum in all cases cf externa] and in?
ternal pain. In an instant it afforded relief, the
moment it was applied to the parts ol the body
where inflammation or pain existed-it at once re?
lieved the patient of the most violent and excruciat?
ing pangs and throbs of pam, and imported the de?
lightful sensation ol ease and comfort.
Every kind ci pain, whether Rheumatism, Neu?
ralgia, Toothache. Pai e in the Chest, Side, Lungs.
Stomach. Bow-Is, Eijceys, Spine, Legs. Arms, Fee:,
ene application was sufficient tc kill atd exteraioo'e
Taken internally, twenty drops to a teaspoonful
would cure, and w?l cure, Asiatic Cholera, Fever
and Ague, Chills and Fever, Bilious Colic, Inflam?
mation of the Bowels, Cramps, Spasms, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, and every pain that m?v exist in the in?
side of mon, woman or child; this was RAD WAT'S
READY RELIEF of 1847, and it is RADWA?'s RE?
LIEF, greatly improved, ia 1808.
We then started it in its mission of relieving the
infirm, pain-stricken, sick, distressed and crippled
ot all nations throughout the world, and now to-day
it is used, patronized and revered as o household
necessity, in the palaces ol' Sultans, Empero: e.
Haimos, Kings, High Priests, Nobles, as weil CB in
the cottages of the laboring classes of every narien
on tbe face if the earth.
CONGESTION OF IHE LUNGS CURED .N
Important to Know how to Use "Rad.
way's Ready Relief" in Acute
and Dangerous Attacks!
MT OWN CASE.
On Saturday night, the 19th, 1 was violently seized
with Congestion of tts L?a;;?. For a few days pre?
vious I ifclt a dull pain over my left ?ung, with
occasional coughs, but being activeiy eng ?ged, raid
no attention to it When seized, the pam was so
piercing, cutting and excruciating, that every breath
drown was like a red hot knito cutting my lung. Be?
ing absent from home, I sent out lor three bottles ol .
RADWAVa RELIEF, opplioJ the entir?.- lot to my
lungs', back, shoulders, kc, and in a few moments
get up counter-irritation. Respirations were easy, |
and, as thc skin became reddened, all pain ceased. |
In hal: an hour I was free from pain, and all signs |
ot Congestion, Inflammation, fcc., gone. This is an
important cure, lt is well ihat every one should
know how to use Urie remedy iu severe attacks. Ihe
same rule holds good >n ca-es of Inflammation of
tho Loins. Bowels, Kidneys and Stomach. Apply
the RELIEF freely; soak the skin with it. It will
instantly Becure the withdrawal of the inflammation
to the surface, and persons now suffering may, in
inrE?? MINEIES, be free from pam.
In casca where inflammation hos existed for o
length of time, in addition to the RELIEF, take six !
ol KADWAY'S PILLS. Powder them. In half on
hour, in most coses, they will operate. If not, re?
peat the dose. In one or two hours at the furthest
they will operate, and the patient soon get well. In
Bilious, Typhoid. Fever and Ague, this treatment is
sure to cure. Let it be tried.
-JOHN BADWAY, M. D.
*3""Br. RADWAY'S REMEDIES are sold Dy Drug?
gists and Storekeepers everywhere. Get the New
Style, with India Rubber Cork.
IX)WIE & MOISE,
No. 1G9 Meeting-street, corner Hasel
Charleston, S. 0.
May 2 PAC Smoe
riAKLKM ON CITY RAILWAY COM.
OFFICE CH ABLESTON CITE RAILWAY CO., 1
CORVER BROAD ASD EAST BAT STREETS, J
CHARLESTON, SO. CA., May 18, 3868. j
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY
RAILWAY COMPANY. "
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminu
it7.u? A.M., and at inter- at 8 A.M., and at Inter?
nals of eight (8; minutes vals of eight (8) minutes .
luring the day till the during the dav till 10 P.
ast trip at 9.30 P.M. M.
N.H.-Leave the Battery aa follows: On the hour,
ind twelve (12) minut?e ot the hour, from ? A. M.,
:xcept at twelve (12) minuta oj 9 o'clock, A. M. Every
>ther trip from the old Postoffice until 4.30 P. M.
rom the Upper Terminus, when all the tripe are to
Leave Upper Terminut Leave Lown Tcrminuz .
?t 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.05 A.M., and stinter
rals of ten ,io. minutes vals of ten (10) minutes
luring the day till 9.10 during the day till 30 P.M.
N.B.-Leave thc Battery at fifteen (IB) minutes after;
the hour, and thirty-five (35) minutes after the hour,,
?xcept at 8.36 A. M. Every other trip from the old .
Postoffice until 4.30 P. M. from Upper Terminus,
Rhen all the trips are to the Battery.
Leave Upper Terminait Leave the Lower TermU
al 9 A.M.. and at inter- nus at 9.30 A.M., and at-j
vals of nfteen (15) min- intervals of fifteen (15) ?
otes till 7.00 P. M. minutes till 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery.
BUTLEDG E-STREET LINE..
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave Lower Terminus*
at 9 A.M., and at inter-1 at 9.35 A.M., and at inter',
vals of every twenty (20; vals of every twenty (3C>i
minutes till 6.15 P.M. | minutes roll .7.30 P.M.
N.E.-Ali the trips are to the Battery.
S. W. RAMSAY,
May 17 Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENEBAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFITCE, )
CHARLESTON-, S. C., March 26. lSi'8. J
ON AND AFTER SUl'DAY, MARCH 29TH. I BU i
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina *
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A.M..
Arrive at Angosta.3.30 P. M.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and >
Leave Charleston.6.?0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.60 P. M.
Connecting with wilmington and Manchester Rall- .
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and i,
Leave Augusta.6.00 A. M..
Arrive at Charleston...3.10 P. M..
Leave Columbia.6 OO^a. M.
Arrive at Charleston..3.10 P. M..
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
(6TJKDAT8 EXCEPTED. I
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M..
Arrive at Augusta.......6.45 A.M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville .
and -tew Orleans, via Grand Junction.
I eave Augusta. .4.10 P. M. '.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M. .
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.5.40 P. M..,
Arrive at Columbia.?.20 A. M.
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Cr^eLviHe and i
Leave Colombia.5.30 P. M..
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M. '.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M. .
Arrive at Summerville.5.16 P. M.
Leave Summerville.;.. .7.20 A.M.1.
Arrive at Charleston.;... .8.35 i. M..
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville...2.20 P. Vt. .
Arri- e at Camden.-.y^...6.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.; - - -5.30 A. M. .
Arrive at Ringville.. .7.41 A. ?.
( Signed) fl. T. PEAKE,
April 29_General Supenntenlent.
..CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
COLUMBIA. S. C., March 31,3868. f
ON- AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE TRAlNS-i
over this Road will run a- follows:
Leave Columbia at.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte nt.11.00 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at.33.35 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 A. M.
Passengers taking this route, going North make
close connections at Greensboro', Weldon and Ports- ?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
itr;~Tlckets optional from Grcrasboro', either via.
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either,
vii. Bay Line or Annamessic Route. Baggage checked 1
Connectors made both ways with trains ol tho -
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
April 2 Superintendent.
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