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THE DAILY NEWS.
Thc sunset tlark-u- in tiie wost.
The ?c&-gal)a haunt tlie bay,
Aud far and high the swallows fly,
To watch the dying day.
Now where ia ?be thu. once with me
?J he rippling waves would hst ?
And O for ibe song I loved so long.
Aud Ihc darliu j, lips I list!
Von twinkling sail may ? 'ter gleam
Thin falcon's snowy wi ig,
Her lance- far the evening star
Beyond tho waves m y fling:
Float on. ah float, enchante t boat,
Bear true hearts o'er the main;
But I shal< gai ie thy helm no more.
Nor whis,.or love again 1
TUE EL VE RIDGE R. R. COMPANY.
CHARLESTON, April 9,18G9.
According to adjournment, the stockholders
Of the Blue Ridge Railroad Company met in
the Mayor's office at 1 o'clock P. M., and a ma?
jority of the stock being representod, thc meet
inp; was called to order-tho Mayor in the chair
Mr. Trenholm, obairman of tho eonimitteo
appointed to take into consideration tho reports
of the President, Chief Engineer and Superin?
tendent, submitted the following report and
resolutions, which were unanimously adopted.
* Mr. Scott moved that when this meeting ad?
journs, it adjourns to meet on a day to be ap?
pointed by the President, on receiving from the
Chief Engineer the reports and estimates now
being prepared by him.
The meeting then adjourned.
W. H. T. GAILLARD, Secretary,
Report of tito Committee.
- ' The committee to whom was referred the
three several reports made to the stockholders
by tbe President, the Chief Engineer aud the
Superintendent, ask leave to submit thc follow
lng report :
They have given these important documents
the most attentive and earnest consideration,
and they cordially recommend thc accept ince
and approval- of then by tho stockholders; and
.also the immediate publication thereof as the
"best means of drawing public attention through
?ut the United States to this important enter?
prise. lt will be seen by tb es 2 reports that tho
unfinished work hitherto done upon the lino of
"road is in an excellent Btate of preservation,
having been originally most faithfully done,
ar d having sutfoied but little injury from thc
laptoe of time. They will, consequently, make
it plain that tho work already done, bavins:
cost tb reo millions and a half dollars in coin,
and being now in a pood state ot' preserva?
tion, constitutes, when united to the cost of
completion, an undoubted security under
tho mortgage, for tho bonds to bo now is?
sued, lim ito J in amount as they will Lo to
the sum necessary to complete the work. Aud
this independently of the State guarantee. In
-these circumstances, nud the bonds having in
addition the indorsement and guarantee of the
?State, your committeo are of opinion that no
further time should bo lost, and that bids
^should at ODce be invited by public advertiBe
?n?n? for tH? 8C22?TS??C2 *5d oomo?otion of
the entire lice of road from Walhalla to Knox?
ville, BO as to bring every part ol' this State
.into early and direct communication by rail?
road with all the great cities of the Western
The committee deem it the;r duty to point
out to the stockholders the energy and zeal
displays 1 by President Harrison and Chief En?
gineer Low, in the services of the company,
and thc very clear and satisfactory character
of the reporta submitted by them; and to ex
iress to those officers, on behalf of tho stock
olders, the sense that is entertained of their
In relation to those matters upon which tho
stockholders are expected to instruct these offi?
cers and the j.oard of Directois, the committeo
have, for brevity, embraced their views in tho
form of resolutions, as hereto appended, and
which they respe :tfully submit os a part of then
report, and recommend to the adoption ol' tho
meeting. Matters of minor consideration, such
as the roofing of the budges with metal, they
propose to leave to the caro of tho President
- and Board of Directors. All of which is re?
spectfully submitted as tho report of this com
mittee. G. A. TBEKHOLM. Chairmau
City Hail, Charleston, April 9, 1859.
Resolved, That tbe President and Directors
be and they are hereby authorized and direct
ed to take tne necessary measures to prepare
and execute the bonds, securing tho Bame by a
first and only mortgage upon the property and j
franchises of the road, in the several States of 1
South Carolina, Georgia, North Carolina and
Tennessee ; but excepting from the operatio
thereof the lien of the State of Tennessee, on
. the. property in that Stato, to secure tho advau
?ces to bo made by the said State, as provided
' by law.
Resolved, That the President and Directors
be and they are hereby authorize 1 and required
to advertise for bids to build the entire road,
from Walhalla to Knoxville, payment to be
made in first mortgage banda, endorsed by tbe
State cf South Carotina, and to enter into con
tracta for the accomplishment of the work
: Resolved, That it be left lo the discretion of
the board when to terminate the lease to the
Greenville Railroad Company, but that they be
and are hereby instructed to require of said I j
company that they commence at once and com- '
p?ete as speedily as possible the necessary r?
pairs to the road.
Resolved. That a committee of three stock
holders be appointed to prepare and report at the
next general meeting of stockholders a body of
by-laws for the government of tho corporation,
and that they consider and report upon the ex- | *
Kcheney of giving the holders of mortgage
nds of the company a representation in tho
Board of Directors.
Resolved, That the President and Board of
Directors be and they aro hereby empowered,
at their discretion, to appnnt an executive
committee, oonsisting of not fewer than three
members of the board, and to delegate to thora
the power to carry into effect so much of the
foregoing resolutions as they may deem proper,
subject always to the ratification of the board.
Resolved. That the Board of Directors be
and they are hereby authorized to ?x thc com?
pensation of the President and Superintendent
of the company, and to make the necessary ar?
rangements to pay tho arrear of thc same for
the last two years.
Report of tne President.
To the Stockholders of the Blue Ridge Railroad
The Board of Directors have thought it ad?
visable to assemble voa at this time, to obtain
Jrour judgment and direction as to certain pre
unlnary matters of interest to the company,
looking to an early resumption of work upon
the line of the road.
But few persons, except those immediately
interested, or actually employed in the man?
agement o? this company, can justly appreciate
the unexpected delays and difficulties of the
past two years. At our meeting in November
last, it was anticipated, with some degree of
confidence, that material progress would have
been exhib? ed bet?re this time. Au able dele?
gation from this city, accompanied ?ho Presi?
dent and Governor Scott to the C -y of Nev
York, to represent the great importance ot tbis
enterprise to tho South and West, and to enast
the monicd interest of that city in its behalf
But owing to tho feverish state or public opin?
ion- in reference to all matters connected with
the South, and tho unparalleled stringency in
the money market, nothing was accomplished
beyond bringing the condition and prospc ts
of the com lany prominently and favorably to
the attention of cat "alists and contractors.
The necessity for a remeasurement of tho
work already done upon tho line of the road,
the loss aud damago incident f-om abandon?
ment for years, aud a now estimate to suit the
changed condition in tho prices of labor, mate?
rials, &c., induced tho board in J muary last to
organize a small corps oi'ongineersand nut them
on the wDik, so as to have such estimates in
readiness to meet any bids or contracts which
may be offered. The board wai fortunate
enough to secure the services of Colonel James
P. Low, as chief engineer, whoso reputation
for skill and ability in bis profession is ampio
guaranteo that tho company will not be disap?
pointed or dissatisfied.
Colonel Low immediately organized a corps,
sufficient for tho purpose, an outfit for the field
was procured, and tne party was soon engaged
in the work. His able report, herewith sub?
mitted, will nform you of the progress and re?
sults of the survey, and contains many inter?
esting facts and suggestions in regard to the
condition of the work and the gro it importance
and encouraging prospects of our enterpriso.
The results of his observation is another evi?
dence, not only of the great forecast and ?ws
dom evinced by thoso nvho inane m ated thia
project, but of tho ability and honesty with
which thc work along tho linc hag beer
formod. Ibis solid masonry, tuciO lotty
and granite arched tunnels will long rem:
monuments of their energy ana* eiiterprii
Ibo Board jf Directors b-lievo that thc
bas now arrived when additional progress
safely and prudently bo made in thc w
preparation for active work.
Although our istato securities have nc
vanced in price as rapidly as we may bavo
ly hoped, and arc still far below their v
although the money market in our great i
is still uusettlcd and stringent, and ca
si ill timid and tardv in its approach si
ward, vet thc board arc saugiiino in
hopes that the bopds o? Luis company au
ized to be issued, roslin? o:; a basis of so
au amouut already well expended in CJ?S
lion aud endorsed by the State, will comm
in a short time, such rates as ?ill justit;
company m progressing with tho work,
board would recommend that immediate s
be taken for thc proper preparation, engra
sud execution of all or a portion of t
bonds, according to the terms of the a
Scptcinbor last, and that a mortgage o
property of the company bc also prepared
executed, extended PO as to include and se
thc entire issue ot $1,000,000. lt is a 4110a
of Rome moment, to be determined by
stockho dora, whether the bonds should
interest in coin or curroncy. Many <
talists bavim; advanced the opinion, that i:
interest on these bonds was payable in <
their market value would be largely tn?ian
The board would also remind the stockt
ers that at thc last meeting, it was cousid
inexpedient to organize tho board ace ir
to tho power conferred bv tho act of Septcr
last, and tbe bo<trd and officers herck
elected have continued to perform ihe di
devolved upon them. It is, perhaps, time
Borne actiou should be taken in referenc
this matter, an J for thc present a simple,
nomical aud effective organization made,
salaries of officeis should be fixed, ands
early arrangement mado for payment of arr
due former employe^ of the company.
In connection with this, tho board would
ommend tho appointment or election of
directors, who, with the piesident, should \
stituto an executive committee, which c
oiittee should bc charged with tho proper 1
parution and engraving of tho bon is of
company, mortgage, ?c., to advertise fe
recei/e bids of proposals tot work, and rej
there ?n when necessary, with such other u
tere usually committed to such committees
It will be Been from the Chiof Enginoer'b
port, that the most advantageous sale or
of tho present resources ot the company
not furnish thc means to construct thc en
line of our road, and hence the importa
and necessity^or increasing our capital, st
to insure tho early completion of thc wc
Vigorous meitsurosshoufd bo adopted now,
obtain tho long and justly expected aid from
great cities ot the West. At no previous time 1
the public mind ot these cities, especially Cine
nati and Louisville, been so thoroughly aio
ed and excited upon this subject. Even nc
thc Board of Trado of tho former city is c
gaged in spc.-'il meetings, 111 consideri
the ways and means to secure pr mpth a
surely this Southern connection by rail. \
should not I090 this propitious opportunity
?rgo upon them the groat advantages o del?
by our route, and tho small sum now roquir
bo accomplish their purpose The President b
ro?aran t ly, by curred ponde nco and news; a j:
u'ticlcs, done all in bis power to convince 0
Western friends of the poculiar ad vaut ag
affered them by our company, but he nee
tho aid of the able and influential mea of t
?v>?nl and of this city, in this decisive cfibi
Boon to be made.
Tho board would call the attention of tl
stockholders to the report of the Superiutcn
ent. Mr. Gaillard, and the suggestions the
made. Tho company will bo prepared to 1
sumo tho repular operation of tho road fro
Anderson to Walhalla in a very short time, b
it is perhaps tho botter policy to allow tl
Greenville and Columbia Itailrpad Company
uso it until tho 1st day of June, m tho expect
tion that that company will make such ropai
as it is thought good failli requires.
The ca-h resources of tho compauy ha'
been restricted ro tho sum of twculv thoifsai
dollars, advanced from the Treasury of tl
State in bills receivable. Erom ibis futid all e:
penses havo been mot, and it will enable us I
repair thc three engines and necessary rollin
stock, and keep the engineer corps iu the fiel
is long as may bo necessary for t lie prosent ri
Thc company should, howovor, return th
fand to tho Treasury as soon as our finance
will admit. RcpcctfuUy submitted.
J. W. HARRISON,
April S, 18G9. TVcoidcnt.
Report of thc General Superintendent
CHARLESTON, April 8. 1869.
To J. W. Harrison, Esq., President of th
Blue Ridge Railroad Company :
SIR-Since tho last mooting of the stockhold
)rs of thia company, the Greenville and Colum
jia Railroad have operated tho road with grca
regularity and success; but for want of a sufli
:ieut amouut of power, and thc heavy amoun
)f freight to move, and thc largo increase o
h u ii eight, they havo uot been able to make
mell repairs on tho road bcd aud dil chin;
nrhich they should have done; but thc officials 0
:he road have assured mo that tue y would asi
ill their energies to put the road in bettet
condition before the first of June.
Tho engine Fort Hill bas been repaired al
;he stops of tho routh Carolina Railroad Com
jauy. and is now ou tho road up tho country,
md cost something over $2000.
Material has been purchased and a machinist
las been employed to repair tho Chaluga, and
viii be put in good order at a cost ot about
The other engine, the Blue Ridge, is worse
mt of repair tha^i either of tho others, haviug
>een burnt by raiders, and tbe extent of tho
njury cannot bo ascertained unless minutely
?xamtned at some ship, and it is recommended
0 be sent (0 some sh np to bc examined and re
The condition of the road is such that it will
equiro very nearly 1000 cross-ties to tho milo,
vhicb would put it in first rato condition, as
rood as wheu newly laid ; and one-half of that
.mount, s iv 500 to thc milo, would put it in
I would recommond that, owing to tho groat
lifficulfy of having repairs douo to tho engines
nd cars, that tbo company buy a sufficient
mount of machinery to do our own repairs,
nd put them up on some point of the road
tow finished, costing some $8000 to $10.000;
nd I would also recommend that tho company
emmie the operation of thc road by thc first
if June next.
It is also recommended that something be
loao to protect the bridges on tho road, us thc
lovering of some of them aro in a bad condi
ion, aud they aro injuring very materially.
W. H. D. GAILLARD,
?teport of the Chief Engineer.
CHARLESTON, S. C., April 3, 1809.
r. TT. Harrison, Esq., President Blue Ridge
SIB-I have the honor to submit Ibo follow
og report of operations in the Engineering
Apartment of the Blue Ridge Railroad, since
he dure of my appointment, (January 7tli,
869,) together with such remarks and sugges
ions as tho brief time allowed for examination
rill euablc mc to offer.
Upon filtering upon tho duties of the office of
Ihief Engineer. I found that the matter im?
mediately demanding attention, was the prc
11 ra lion of au estimato of thu cost of com
ileting the road. There iippearnel in the
rm ted copies of the reports of tho Chief Eugi
01-r estimates in gross of the total cost of thc
oad, and also au estimate of the cost of com
lcting the work, dated Septcubor 1st, 1800;
?ut tbeso estimates showed tho total money
alue of tho work, subdivided only into irr?
egular sections terminating at thoStato boua
arics or at the principal towns along thc lino,
'he quantities and prices of tho different
.ems of work were not stated.
An examination of the lino from Walhalla to
tabun Gap coutirmed me in tho opinion that
o satisfactory estimate could bo made, With
ut a remeasurement of thc work as far as thc
>ortli Carolina lint'. This opinion was com?
municated to you in my report of January
0th. Ou thc same date I submitted au est??
llate of Mic cost of organizing and maiutain
ng the Engineering Department ui'lil June
st, 18G9. upon a tooting sufficient to embie 1
nc (o present the estimates by tho 15th of ,
.^2,.^^^Party was put in the field on ;
tue lothi Ol e tb mary, under charge of Thoa. 1
41 r . Principal assistant engineer. 1
Ur. Lee was formerly m tho service of tho 1
:ompany, and his acquaintance with tho work
umilmnty with the records of tho company <
rhich remain, and professional skill, aro "uar- 1
intees that tho date for ?ho estimate will bo \
iroenred at the earliest possible moment Bv
etter. dated April 1st, be infirms nie that thc ,
(arty bas erossod t ao Georgia line, aud bo
ixes the 28-h of April as the timo at which he i
nil roach Clayton. ;
In my report of January 30tli, I fixed April '
5th and May loth, as the dates at which Hie v
.-ptmatci for tho completion of the work to 3
?layton, and to tho North Carolina line respec- ?
voly. could bo furnished. I apprjhoiid now \
lat about fifteen days moro of timo will be re- j
Until the completion of tbo fiold work, calca- ft
V A?-*?* ?-. . .. .
latioua. plana and profiloa. you will not, air,
expect from tho Chic! Eugineer, any detailed
report upon tho works, thc construction of
which it is his special duty to superintend.
At tho risk, however, of repeating some
stat" menta contained in my former repor*, I
will r^fer briefly to the coudition of thc work
I have visited all tho tunuels and points
whero thc earth-work is specially heavy, and
am glad to be able to say. that during tho long
period nf abandonment thc road has suffere t
but little, asido from tho ordinary wasting of
earth-work lons exposed to tho weather. From
und?i miiiing of masonry, breaking of embank?
ments by freshets, failing of tho roofs of thc
tunnels, or other similar accidents, there has
been sustained but trilling damage.
The embankments show now aoout nine feet
in width on the top on that parc of the work
which seems roost advanced, but as wo have
no moana of judging whether they were over
of full width or boight, the percentage of loss
can bc but imperfectly stated. In making the
approximate estimate of the cost of complet?
ing tho work to Franklin, which will bo found
in another portion ol this report, tho loss from
waste of tbs earth-work already done has been
assumed at twenty per cent.
The work presenta tho most ragged appear?
ance in tho cuts, in many ol' which aro heavy
slips, but the greater part ol such material ia
now needed to restore the embankments. At
the approach to Sadalo Tunnel, iu South Caro?
lina, is a very aerious slip of earth from off au
inclined surfacu o? roc?e. This was anticipat?
ed by the former engineer, who left recorded
in bis notes his tear that it would occur, and it
is not likely that any precaution or care would
have aviilofl io prevent it. That thc masonry,
complete and unfinished, is also little injured,
ia due to the very thorough m inner in which
it was built, ibero is none of better character
in any railroad m tho country.
Had tho tunnels been through material not
self-supporting, eight yoars of neglect would
have occasioned au almost eutiro loss of the
work done, as tho weak points were not lined
with masonry, but supported by timber which
has yielded from decay. They aro, however,
driven through bard mica schists, which rare?
ly require support, and. except tor accumula?
tions of wa"er, arc in ss good condition as
when thc work ou thom was suspended. I
Lave observed in tho tunnels but ono instance
of tho falling in of tho roof. A section of
twenty foot of Won Woman tunnel in Geor?
gia baa given way and a crater opened to
thc surface of thc ground above. It is
however, less than a hundred foot from thc
eastern poi tal, and is not a matter of great
I expressed in my former report the opin?
ion that twenty mouths from tho tinin ot re?
suming operations would suffice for thc com?
pletion of tho longest remaining tunnel (that
at Dick's Creek, in Georgia). Thc road may
bc completed and tho iron laid to the
eastern portal of this tunnel (twenty-two
miles from Walhalla) beforo it is driven
through, aud at the tame time tbe road-bed
mav be m readiness to receive tho taltck as far
us Franklin, in North Carolina. There is,
therefore, uothing in tho character of the work
to prevent the opening of tho road to that
place in twenty-two months alter resumption
On the ?th of February, I had tho honor lo
submit a report on tho condition of the cDm
pleted road b3twoen Anderson and Walhalla.
In that report I mado no reference to the con?
dition ot tho bridges, as I had been informed
by Mr. Gaillard, the superintendent, thal stops
bad already been taken toward procuring the
iron necessary for covering (hem. I bavo now
to repeat the recommendations con'a:ned ia
that communication, and to add that thc
bridges should be covered without delay.
These aro excellent and expensive Btrucurcs,
and should not he a day longer exposed to dan?
ger irom firo and deterioration from weather.
'The wooden roofs, which admit tho wa:or and
cxcluiio tho sun and air, aro worso than noth?
ing. If tho terms of tho lease under which tho
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company
operates the Blue Ridge Road are such as torc
quiro the former company to restore tho road
io good order at tbe termination of tho lease,
it should not bo hastily terminated and the
road received in its prosent condition. On tho
other baud, if repaire aro nut made at once
tho said road will deteriorate in a rapidly in?
creasing ratio, ami if that company cannot bu
required to repair it. wo should take possession
at onco and put ii in order. I obxsrvcd mud
and water over the rails in ono place at least,
aid thc wholo lino needs tbor^uyli ditching
and snrfacing up. Not less than a thousand
cross-ties poi- mile should be put m imme?
diately. If these repairs aro neglected tho ?rou
na? ti... ?Wiy.t.Wli luilce now open will be ruined
lone before tho company ia readv to extend
thc track. * * * * * * ?
lt'tho contract eau bo made without daley
with men of capital, experience and cnorgv,
little is haz li ded iu thc prediction, that iu
Juro, 1871, there will bo direct railroad com?
munication between the Tennessee Valley and
Dbatle8ton. Completed so lar, it is impossible
that the eutoipriao should stand ?till. Tho
lifficulties ot the route would havo bee
passed; thc mountain region, with tho tun?
nels, tho heavy earth work, and thc expousi.
itructurcs, wh,Ah absorb capital, task tho pa
Licucc and test the skill, will bo behind us, and
From thence to moot the linc from Knoxvillo
we follow a route opened by the bandet nature,
which has orokou tho Alleghanics before us,
ind given tho road a clear path to tho rich
valley of East Tennessee.
Tho road would alroady begin to gather a
traffic from tho head ot tho valley of tho Little
Tennessee, which, I venture to say, will aston?
ish thc most sanguine. This ia no aterile and
uninviting region. Every valley among the
lilla reaponds now to thc hand of tho husband?
man and repaya richly his labors. Thc hills
md mountain sides are n /t abrupt, rocky and
naccessiblo, but present easy slopes and
rounded forms, and aro covered with a soil
japr.blo of supplying in many ways the wants
When production ia stimulated by mej,ns of
icccss to a mark:t and by tho various activi?
t?s which will accompany tbo proseculiou of
ihe work, there will spring np a local traffic
:hat will go tar toward supporting the road.
But I by no means anticipate that it will bo
accessary to wait fur the completion of the
-oad to Fra i il; li n before anything can bo done
)eyona that point. Too many interests will
mite in demanding tho completion ot the
vork to admit of such a delay. Charleston
viii alroady feel tho quickening touch ol' trade
rom that rogion, ind not only tho cities tf
south Carolina, but every town from Fraukliu
0 Knoxvillo and Cincinnati will bo vitally in- '
orested in urging tho comparatively ? asy
vork oi completing thc connections.
Men will no longer bo discouraged by de?
mands for immense sums which disappear in i
he bowels of mountains, expended oil works
hat socm interminable; but stimulated by i
rrowing prosperity, and cheered by the neat
jrosuect of success, will give to thc enterprise
1 more beatty support.
Undoubtedly long before the road is open to
Franklin means will bo forthcoming to cou
;iuuo it, and we may confidently predict that
ho work will not halt again until thc nic.
Uianis of Charleston aud Cincinnati meet at
;he great tunnel to celebrate tho opening ol
.he road and the union of tho cities.
JAMES P. Low, Chief Engineer.
L/onsigncesper sou in Carolina K.mioun
532 bales Cotion, 71 bales Pom-.stics, 45 pkg? Uu
:on, 156 casks Clay, ? c irs Wood, 5 cars I umber
ind 1 car Stock. To Railroad A.'cut, W lloacn k co,
tl Goldern th & Son, Polzer, Rodgers ii Co. Reeder
c Davis, Frost A Aiiger, D .whug k Co, G H Waller
t Co, W B Willi ms i Son. G W William? & Co. W
v lt j un. Graeser Sc .-raith, li J Wis?, Kirkpatrick A
Vltto. Willis & Cbisulua, G Folliu, Claghoru. Ber?
ing ? i'o. Bull manu Mrothera, Il F< ldmauu lt Co aud
Chuck, Wickenberg & Co.
Consignees per Noilhonstcrii Kailroad
54 bales Cotton. 330 bushels Hough Rice, CS bbl?
?aval trton-s. Lumber, Mdse, tte. To Kiusmaii lc
lowell, SD Stoney. W K ityau, J Goudbop, ll M>
hoff ? Co. J sbulcr, C uruce, ii hull, Mts s
ilitebciL Dr St J Itavcuel, Mazyeks A: salta?, Geo W
Villiauis Sz Co, Frost .v: Adirer, l? Weser <fc ?-until,
Itenhoaao k Co, Kiri: pu trick St Witto, Dowie k
loise, lt G chiso'm, D UitVeuel, Jr, Lsgle 1-irc th?
ine Co, W Shepard, T Mutpby. J L Nelson, Tail k
lowland. Captain Barrett, Captain bhooli-y aud i
Per steamship Champion, lor New York-M
bss, G Jimenez, M Con key, S Foi ey, W J McUllll
Tay,Mies McGill vray, Mrs J It Gready, J und C Croit, I
leueral U M Poe, (j N Bernard, Mrs C ll lit-iuurd, i
i St.orig J G Rivett, J S II Baker, li Garely, strom.-, i
H Hu low, Jr. Mrs Himer. Miss Poreher, C Wool- i
U?or, W Wheeling, Rev R Camp, Mrs Chamberlaiu <
uti servant, Mi-s Burt, Mi-s Leo, J li hoya aud I
hld, W J Brown, J D Boyd and G iu tho steerage. <
Per steamship Saragossa, t'ruui New York-Mrs i
Ibas Gllddor, children and servant, Mis* Bercer, 1
leo herser, Chas terser, Geo l.audesu.ai). Wm ll j
Irt-ene, David Hiker, Ponst-r, Geo II Monday aud i
) Homer. t
Per sttatner Dictator, from Palatka, via Jackson- i
HU-, Fernandina aud t-avunuah-Dr W H Johnson i
ind wile, Miss lt Biowu, Major Webb and wife, Mrs >
ITC Bel and sci vant. Ll ell, J ??ell, Buss Wright, c
liss ll T Reeve?, Miss M Beeves, M K R. iv..-s, 1
.nv ami sou, J E Beeves timi wilo, .1 Mi pueus ami 1
riff. .Mrs I/awsoii, Miss Ciomritii-, .Misses i ate, Mr j
ci ry ii ,d wife, K T U'Ne ll. Mrs Rusb, Urs S F j
laiuUiou und servant. .'.Ls Milhun, iiuau, Mo s
Iurty, J P suntu aud wife, Captaiu Lunch aud wile, I
ll H Liay, I v Smith, Mr Kermode and wife, l ieber, <.
tr Clapp, and wile, l'oi.di. J [. Donnell, Fk-uuug, r
(Jennings, Mrs Butler, .Mrs CtuliuiitL-n, W (J lc- i
ey au-J 16 eu dick. , ? t
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-183 lierces
Rico. 193 bale * Cotton. 84 bales Yarn. 113 pkgs
Sondrio.*, 154 Empty Barrels at.d 418 pkgs
Vegetables....Per ?-cor Francis Hatch-03,UuO
leel Pitch Pino Lumber.
BOSTON-Per behr E H Naykr-377 ton* rho?,
phato Rock....Per sehr U N Hawkins-215
bales Unland Cotton, 20 tierces Rice, 71 casks
Clay, 12 linds Rollie?, G esses Bottles, 1 pipo
Wilie, 38 boxes Wine, 30 bales Rigs, 31 hhds
Rones, 20 boxesMdse. 170 tous Iron, ic, 2 rolls
Matting and 1 l op Buggy.
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr H N Squire-140,000 ieet
Cnarieston Cotton and Klee Market.
OFFICE OF IHK CHARLESTUN DAILY NEWS, I
CHARLESTON, Saturday Evening, April 10. j
COT rON.-A limited inquiry aud small transac
tionsmarked th? basis of tho day, the staple in other
respects remaining without noticeable altcra'ion;
talos 2C0 bales, say 37 at 20; ll at 27; 22 at27.l.i ; 100 ut
27% ; 28 at 27%; 34 at 28c, and 23 on private terms.
Ordinary to oood ordiuary.26,?26%
By New York classification wc quote:
BICE.- ThiB article was dull and we could learn of |
no operations. Wc quote common to fair clean Caro?
lina at 7%@8.'i; good 8%,3>8?4c ty ?J.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, April 10- Noon.-Bonds 83%.
LrvEPPOOL. April JO-Noon.-Cot on quiet but
steady. Uplands 12yd; Orleans 12%d-sales 8000
Afternoon.-Cotton ?rm bu', not quotably higher
-sales 8000 bales.
NEW YO. K, April 10-Noon.-Cotton firm; mid?
dlings 28%c. Spirits turpentino in fuir request at
49%a50c. Itosiu Arm ot $2 47a2 52% lor strained.
Fri ights dull. Money active at 7'per cent, and com?
mission. Sterling 107%. Gold 32%.
Evening.-Cotton finn; 3000 bales sold at 28% cts.
Flour and whent unchanged. Corn steady; mixed
Western 87a88c. Whiskey quiet at 92% cts. Me-s
pork S30 75a30 05. Lard unchanged. Spirits of tur?
pentine 49%a50c. Groceries qu ct. Freights firm?
er. Money closed stringent; etorling dull at 7%s8.
Gold 33X. 'G5\s 20320%; State bouds steady.
BALTIMORE, April 10-Cotton a shade lirmcr.
Flour-family active at previous quotations. Grain
and provisions Armer and unchanged.
AUGUSTA, April 10.-Cotton dull und unchanged ;
middlings 2G%c; sales 140 bales; receipts 195 bile.
SAVANNAH, April 10.-Cotton quiet but steady;
middlings 28%c; sales 900 bales; receipts 459 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, April 10.-~otto;i sllffcr, middlings
28%c; sales I860 bales. Gold 33%. Fi o ur dull;
superfine $5 75; double extra $6 25; treble $0 CO.
Corn finn at 70u80. Bacon scarce; pork du 1 at S32;
bacon shoulders 13%; clear ribs 17%. Lard dull,
^iigir dull. Molasses market bare. Ceffea steady
atl4%al5%. Prime 17%.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ANDERSON, April 7.-Cotton steady at 24%a25c.
ONION, April 9.-A few bales sold during tho week
CH RR AW, April H.-Sate about 40 bilo.at 24a
20c. Thc market is rather weak. <e?
SELMA. April 7 -Sales 90 bales at 25%c. Market
closing quiet but linn, with no disposition on ibe
part of factors tn s -Il at quotations.
ORAN'GEBURG, Anril 9.- Sa^es for thc week 40
bales, with a good demand. We quote: Ordinary
24,'? ; low middliii,' 25%; middling 20
MACON. April 9 -Tho iinrUct to-day was dull.
Wo note middlings at 25,ia2Gc. Receipts tc-day 24
bales; t-bipmcuts HG bales; Haled 107 bale:?,
COLOMBIA. April 10-There has not becu mach
doing iu cotton duriug tbe p ist week. J he salo? that
have taken placo were ou a oasis of 2Ga26%C lor iiiid
dliugs. '1 ho Kales of thc week wen* 140 bulen, as fol?
low.-: 1 at 1*; 1 nt 23; 5 at 21 li; IS at 25; 43 ut 25%;
17 at 25 ), ; 3 at 25,s? ; S ut 2G,J.? ; 14 at 20 ; 38 st 2$%; 9
at 20<i; 4 at 28%.
s ?i vu n u nh Market.
SAVANNAH. Annis.-Our lmirk.-t this week has
exhibited quite a good demand willi Oreo rales, but
uno or two attempts to advance prier* have failed,
and while (heir effect has bec.) to curtail purchases,
sub-eqiient depression hus induced con-idurahlc
operations. Ubi* morning we opened ?rm, ou Hie
-'clovina; steady" of New York ami Liverpool lust
evening, but on receipt ol udvorse lo egr uns from
both points we bite relapsed. Holders oviucc firni
U-HB iu most cises. bm tbe sales by which wo must
(?n ee have been lat:orly ou tho basis of midd.ing
.?7?ic; low middling 20%; good ordiuary 25%e.
SE\ ISLANDS-Ibu receipts ot long staple cotton
since our last report amouut lo 50 bags, of winch 22
wc s lroui Florida by boat, a-ol 34 from thc inlands
and by the Atkotlc and Gulf Railroad andoftheeo
17 bags were Florida cotions. 'Ihe shipments have
boc 93 bags to tho Nortii and Europo. In ihe rea
islam! market there bas beeu linio lite. atv. die lew
sales made have been on u slightly lower basis lhau
Us: weeks figures, chiefly common cottons. Hoblers
of thc fine grades arc firm, an.I conten? thar, tltcic
is uo reason for present decline, aud ihat short crop
fully counteracts 'be effect of a li ssening of con?
sumption, and it is worthy of note that the stock in
Liwri-ool is somewhat les thau hut year at this
time. Commons GCaCO; mellum 70; fine medium
75a80; fine 90. .
RICE.- 1 he receipts of thc week have been 4011
bushels, making a total ot 401.Odl bushels since Sep?
tember I. Stock of clean rici- I2ti0 tierces. With tho
exception ola fuw straggling lots, the rice crop from
tho livers in this section is in band. Wo cac learn
of nona to arrive excepting small parcels, und tho
very .ight receipts for tho past w?ek sustains us in
our views sot forth som? wce.es back. Although wo
havo to report a dull nr-rke! ut unchanged rates,
holders show a streng faith in the future of (ho ar?
ticle, and arc unwilling lo make any concession upon
asking rates. Wc close quiet but steady. We would
remark that forced sales could not be mads at our
quotations. We quoto rough at Si 75a$2 10, d pend?
ing upon quality; and clean ut Sa8??e for " lair" to
"good;" prime 9c. several ihcuisaud bushels of
Bte J have been delivered lately.
WILMINGTON, April 10 --SrxBXrs TURPENTINE
Small Bale at 44c.
ROSIN.--<alca of 4ii bbls at 58 25 30 bois, at $8 50
a$9, ai d 70 obis at 310, for window gUss.
CRUDE 'I unr-ESTiNK.-: o sales were oOoctcd
TAU-Has still further declined, aud we have to
report 250 bbls at SJ 35, aud 80 bbls at $2 3 '.
COTTON-small sales ut 2tic lor middling, and 25c
Tor low middling.
GEOR GETOWN, April 9.-COTTON-No sales
this week. Wc quote from 25a27c ty lb.
COHN-Prime white corn St 15 fl bushel.
PEANUTS-150 bushels sold ut SI 50 ty bushel. We
quot.- ti om $1 25 toi 50.
'J lim mt -sales of 200 sticks at S5 50 ty stick; prices
ranging lroui C to tuc ty cubic toot. Large timber
iu lleu.au t.
TURPENTINE-Yellow dip $2 75; scrape or hard
51 25; virgin clip SI ty bbl of 280 tbs.
BOSTON. April C-f'-r/EE - Tho market is quite
dull for ibis article, ano thc di-maud is only lor
sui ill jobbing lots. Wc quote ?mad salis of Java at
32 ?ic, gold, and Rio at 15alSc per lo, gold.
COTTON.-Tbe markei tur cotton has been rather
dull curing the week and tales quite limited, manu?
facturers purcha-ing ou ly in small lots as wanted,
but prices Lave vaned nialcnal'y and Ibo principal
holders are. linn. The comparativtly low rates of
exchange have a!sj liitorlcrrcd willi Ibe oxport de?
mand. We quote ordluarv pl 2?^ii9G%; iiood ordi?
nary ut 20% :27li ; low middling 27 Jia28%, and mid?
dling at 28%a2l)%c per lb. including uplands aud
gulf. Stock about 10,000 bales, and tlic market
clo-cs qui.-1 bul finn.
DoMtSTics - I bc market Ls quiet ?iud trade cou
liuues lo disappoint expectation, 'J herc has been
ron rid crab IM doing iu prints at low prices, but ail
other CO to.i gi ods havo beeu quiet. Woollens h ive
been in moderato demand, and remain without Im?
NAVAL STORES.-1 bo sales of spirits turpentiuc
have beeil confined to -maillot- at 51a5'e per gallon,
closing dull ai Un- lowest rain Tar has becu quiet
wi io saki* ol 400 b tis at i J 87%u4 i er bil. Ro.-in
is quiet, amt iu pitch nothing has been uone.
Manchester Cotton Goods Market.
MANCHESTER. Milich 25.-The s- corni market of
thu week has bei u hci.t to-day, in consequence of to?
morrow bring Good Friday, but th?- a tendiuco of
manufacturers has not been large. 'I bc marget has
not been stroi.g lor shipping yarns iu i-on-cquenco
ai thc advance in cotton. A lather considerable
business has been niue in these yarns atau ad vaneo
ul '?d ^1 lb on Tm-sdaj'ii prices, und but lor thc
ivry high mic demanded by spinners, probab y more
au-iness would have been l?Veted. lu home trade
rams wc ha? o also had a sn nug market, and un aver
ige business ha ; been doue ai li to %a ty lb aavancu
)u Tuesday's rates. For cloth, iu consequence of
he ex itement in the cotton niukci, aud thc high
.ates cicmanded, quotations have undergone a con?
siderable advance on all classes ol goods; and, no
locht, some advance would actually be given by
myers iu ca-es wucro they an- disposed to operate,
ftudncss. however, is con-iderably ch-eked by Ibo
idvauce asked, and there ia no evidence of any dis
loeitiou on th- part ol buyors to tallow tba advance
it thc rate it is progressing. Allhou.'h tbe inquiry
IDS been veryceoer.il to-day. and a t-ir number of
>:/cr < hav i-'ccn made nt a small advance upon old
luotxtioas, theso offers have not Leun accepted, and
bo business tffcted ha3 been of a very limited char
Port o? Charleston. April 13.
FIIA^Hd OF T!I? HOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 3 hours, 28 minutes, evening.
New Moon, llt?, 8 hourn, 27 minutes, evening.
First Quaricr, 19th, 9 hours, 41 minuten, morning,
Full Moon, 27tu, 1 hour, 1 minute, morning.
12 Mou'iuv...., 5..35 6..27 Sets.
13]Tnead?y....| c..34 | 0..27 j 8.. 3
14?Wedue6day.? fi..32 | C..28 8..69
lS.Xuursday...: 5..31 | 6..29 | 9..57
IC 1-ridav., 5..3? 1 C..29 . 10..54
17 Saturday...] 5..29 C..30 ll..59
18|Buu<iuyI....! 5..28 I C..31 | Mon.
Steamer Dictator, McNelty, Palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and :-avannab. 3 bales -ea Islind
Cotton, 13 bbls n.id 1 box Iron, 2 casks and 3 box es
Wine, 5 box H Fruit and 2 pkgs Mdse. To J D
Aiken k Co. M Goldsmith k Son, G H Ingrabam k
Son, Moff lt k Wharton, J B Togni. C draveley,
Hiss O A Lyons, M U 5: Co, S Goodwin, J Jones
and G Davis.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryd-r, New York-lett
Thursday, p M. Mds-e. 'lo Havonol k Co, S C
Railroad Agent, Southern hxpross Co, J 13 Adgor i:
Co, J I) Aiken k Co, A rf ?inn D.mDj J: Co, G W
AJmar, Johu Arclief, J O Utirchimer, T M Bristol!,
Bart&Wirtb, H Bischoff ?-JU. O D Brahe k Co.
Wm M Hird & Co, E Bates k 1 o, R M Buller, E Bull,
J Brown, H D Burkott, John Ccmmtns, J t'osgrove,
W U ('balee k Co, Cameron is Barkley, Clucius k
Wltie, J J Crawford, 1 owie k Moise, J M Eason k
Brother, B Feldmann k Co, I L Falk k Co, J S Fairly
k Co, T P Forreston, Forsyth, MeComb & Co, CS
Gadsden. A G Goodwin, Agent, Goodrich. Wineman
k Co, J Hcoseman k Brother, N A Bunt, j Har
kam)) k Co. J E Heath. F Hogrefe, Uart k Co, F
Horsey, Johnston. Crews k Co. Jennings. Tbomlin
son k co, C D Kenrick, Kinsman k Brother, Knox
Duly & Co, Kiiuck, Wickeuborg k Co, H Klatte k
Co, C Kerrison, J P Kiep, Lauroy k Alexander, G J
Lunn, Lengnick k S?1L J MarshaU, Jr, J G Milnor
k co, S R Marshall. P Moitzler, McLoy k Rice, N E
Raihoad, North, ste de k Wardell. D O'Neill k Son,
D O'Neill, C-lendorffi Co. J R Pringle, W F Pad?
don, C P Poppcuhcuu, Pelzor, Hedgers & Co, J I k
S Pierson, Paul, Welch & Brandea, Itelke k Sehaeke,
JRP Rovcnel, A O .-tone, shack-hTord k K>l!y, G W
Steffens, H switz, Wm shopb?i d, D Lottoma, W A
Skrinc. E S Torc:;, O Ticdcmin.W G Irott. W G
Whilden k Co and J N M Wohltmann. loth inst.
3 P id, 30 railes south Cape Lookout, passed brig
Woodland bound routh.
Suanish brig Moojuirh, Riera, Cardenas, 5 days.
Ballast. To P J Esnard.
Sehr Sarah A Uam'uoud. Wiley, Hoaton. 19 days.
Mdse. 1 o W Roach ?1 Co. John Beins, R White,
Miles Drako. C FI G,i Jd n, C Littlcflcld, J A Quack
enbush, D F Fleming k Co, UH Silcox. M Gold?
smith k Son, A Bischoff, W L Webb, li R Cowper
thwaif, E N Fullor, E II >toddard k Co, G W Williams
k Co, W II Welch, J F Scliirmer, D Paul k Co,
Kllmk, Wilkenberg i Co, JJ? Kiep. Hart k Co, J
Wiley k Co, j H Fowler, J Ferguson, A Langer, C
D Kenrick, S B Marshall and Knox, Daly k Co.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-r-James
Adger k Co.
Behr uinne, Smith, New York via Jacksonville
Risley k 'reighlon.
Sehr Irancis Datcb, tiregory, New York-J A Ens
low k Co.
Sehr E H Naylor, Albrcchtson, Boston-H F Biker
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, Bostrn-W Roach .t Co.
Sehr H N .?quirc, Fisk, Puiladclphla-Risley k
Sehr Serei.c, Jo?os, Baltimore via Wilmington, N
C-Risley k Creighton.
Sehr Aloxourtor Young, Young, Dirien. Ga-H F
Baker 4 Co
Steamship Champion, I.tvkwood, New York.
Lark Harriet F Hussey, Ulmcr. Liverpool.
Biitish bark 1 he Queen, Cook, Quebec.
Bohr atepbuu alon is, Neuman, Sarauua'i.
Behr Perene. Miller, WilminRton. N C.
Sehr P M Wbeatou, Wheaton, Georgetown, S C.
From this fort.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, Now York,
Sehr Maiini Gage, Shepperd, Trinidad do Cu ba,
M i ni ru n uri.i.
Thes lirlronoE Mi-ssrrvey, Wall, from "Bucks
Vllle. S C, arrived at Portland, Me, Apnl 8.
Tho sehr Mattie Holm..?, lapley, cleared at Bos?
ton, April 7, lor liuck-tvillc, S C.
Thc bcbi' Martha Maria, Dean, ft om Portland, Mo,
for Charleston, arrived at Holmes' Holo, April C.
Thc sehr U?ue, Glover, from Bucksvillo, S C, ar?
rived at Hath, Me, April 5.
PORT OF ROCKSVILLE, S. C., TO APRIL li.
March 25-Sehr Leila. Foss.-.
March 39-dir Uley A Oiviltt. Haskell.-.
April 2-Sehr Mary A Holt, Holt,-.
March 25-Srhr Ida s Burgess, Burgess, Bel?
March 31-Sehr Morrell C Ha t, Rawley, Ihomas
April (j-behr Leila, Foss, Belfist, Me,
Lil ST OF VI?SSKL.S
CF. CLEARED A.\D SAILED FOR THIS l'(>h .
Ship R C Winthrop, Stewart, clorad.March 8
Tho Royal Charlie, Audorson, sailed.M ireh 8
The Chiton,-, up.March IC
Bark Helcu Sands, Gtis, sailed.March 18
NAVAOUEZ, P n.
Sehr Ellon. Carr, up to sail.March 25
British scbr Lion, UsLcllui, up.March 6
Brig Wm Robertson, Rood, up.March 4
Sehr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley, cleared_March 30
Sehr P M Hu:,ney. smull, rlearcd.M ireh 22
Sehr James A Crocker, Currier, up.March 3u
Sehr Martha Maria, Denu, cleared.Ma. eh 27
Sehr J M Morales, Nowmau, up.April ti
Sehr Argus Eye, Thompson up.April 2
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.April 6
Sehr E F Cabada, swain, cleared.April 1
Sehr Col Cook, Bcarso, cleared.March 18
Sehr Jessie S Clark,-, up.Man h 17
Sehr Mary Stow, Rankin, up.March 31
Sehr Watauga, Lawrence, cleared.April 5
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Soluble Phosphoric Acid..9.06
Equal to Phosphate Lime.19.78
Common Phosphoric Acid.16.03
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Lime with Phosphoric Acid.29.68
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February 13th, 1869.
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Horse mid Cattle Powders.
loni; and favorably
known, will thor
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broken down and
by s tr eng thouing
and cleansing the
stomach and intes?
It is a erne preven?
tive ot all diseases
Incident to this am
FEVEB, GLANDERS, TEL
mal, such as LUNG
BK AVES, Coughs,
Distemper, Fe \ era,
Founder, Loss ot
Appetite and Vital
Itt uso improves
(ho Wind, increas?
es tho Appetite
gives a Smooth
and Glossy Skin- .>
ami transforms the ??S5
bato a linc looking and spirited Horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
It in creases the
quat) ti ty and im?
proves thc quality
of the MILK. It
has been proven
by actual experi?
ment to increase
Ibo quantity of
Milk aud Cream
twenty per cent.,
?.and make the But?
ter firm and sweet.
In fattening cattle, ir gives thom an appetite, open*
their hides and makes them thrive much faster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGH?,
LIVER, kc. this
artic h ac ts usa spe?
cific. By putting
from one-half tn
a paper in a barrel
of swill thc ab vo
diseases will be
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in time, a certain prc
live aud cure for the Hog Cholera.
DA VI !> K. P U O TZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT.
No. 110 Franklin-street, Baltimore, Md.
FOE RALE BY
DOW IK ? MOISE,
WHOLESALE D II ? G HOUSE,
No. 151 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CUJ R1.E3TON HOTEL,
March 31 45
J HI P U IC TE IIS OK
TEAS, WINES. BRANDIES, &c,
And Dealers in '
CEO WE FAMILY GEO OERIES.
. . . WM. 8. CORWIN k CO.
J?SrGoods delivered to all parts of the City.
Alum & Dry Plaster,
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled !
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturer?)
T, . . , (205 Broadway, New York.
Principal Ul Chestnut St., Pliila.
Warehouses j108Bank Sfc| Cleveland,*
And for sale by onr agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States. *
FOR SALE HY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 20 ^
HARLMSTQH A G K1C U.L, T V i\A JJ
"WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL /.If PL E HE NTS, GARDEN
GEO. E. P1NOREE.
No. 140 Meeting-street, charleston.
March 24 \fim0