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THE DAILY NEWS.
Ac Ud and lara yere forced to part.
They xi asad anet went along ;
HM sight mat into the poet's heart,
?adit eame ont a song.
Th? son. down-sloping in tho west,
Mad? gold the evening air ;
The sieht went Into th? painter's breast,
And grew to a picture fair.
Tao mother murmured to ber child,
and hushed it yet again ;
Tho sound aa the musician nailed
Gr? w music tn his brain.
The damsel turned her hair to hind,'
A flower waa in her zona ;
Thora grew tran out tho .rroJptor's Bind
A dams?] carved in stone.
Tho sotv waa said, the tune was played.
The gfii m marbro stood,
Tbo sunset in tho picture staved,
And a? waa sweet and good.
And God who made these things to be,
Tho damsel and the sun,
Color and sound ana you and me,
Was pleased to see it done.
And all the Angels would be glad
?. ia the world He built,
Although there must he some things sad
Ho drop of Joy waa spilt
Bat all the beauty in the earth
And sales, and hearts of men,
Wore gentry gathered at its birth
And loved, and bom again.
MATTOE TV ?SOWNZ.
AFTAIBJS IX THE STATE.
The Frees saya: "We have been favored
during the paet few days with fine growing
weather, which is malting amends for the cool
Bights which preceded it, and is putting a new
aoe upon vegetation."
The Mountaineer says: "Tho unusually un?
seasonable weather has had a very damaging
influence upon the cotton prospect in this sec?
tion, and there are grave and warrantable
. doubta expressed as to whether even haifa
Crop can be made thia year. Our farmers have
?Tittered severely already."
? Tba infant son of Colonel T. F. Gillespie
?aa accidentally though badly burned on the
Lathen Bryan, colored, and Jane Manning,
?oJored, broke Jail last week and ea caped.
1 They ware the only prisoners in the Storry j ail.
Bryan was tn arrest, charged with burwlary,
?Di Jan? Manning, charged with infanticide.
- Francis DeMars, census-taker for Orange
burg County, bas appointed tho following as
. ohrtanta : J. Felder Meyers, W. E. Williams, F.
JL McKinley, J. P. Hays.
The fin? residence of Mr. Wm. Oliver, on
the Bull Swamp Road, about nine miles from
Oraugebuxg Courthouse, was destroyed by 1
Ure, with toe contenta, last Wednesday night.
9ho origin of the fire is unknown.
A traci of land, containing three hundred
and thirty-fl ve acree, belonging to the bank?
rupt estate of B. H. Dcuthit, was sold at pub
lie outcry in front ol the Courthouse on Satur?
day lae!, and brought ?410.
- One of the largest fumers in Anderson bas
paPttghefl Hp about one hundred acres of cotton
JL?d piaoted cora ?n place of it. Many of (be
farmers report poor etantfe of cotton, bat a few
?are favored io some localities.
- The Ledger reports: "The weather for the
pant week has been cool-frost waa reported
qa friday morning. The crop? are backward,
and tho prospect lox cotton was never more
gloomy, lt ie thought by some farmers that
they wriH surooed with what they have planted,
obould the weather be favorable from thia, in. I
. cbrainrag a fair stand. The wheat crop, aa far
as wo have been able to learn, bas not suffered
and prrmisee a good yield. Planters are in
tatter sp?lte tko past day or two."
>Tt?t* says : "We continue to have un?
cool nights and mornings, and vt Reta?
il besn somewhat beckoned thereby,
fe understand the rice crop on some of the
"Sespto Krrlkwk^one <of3itho hands on the
.team tog J. B. Staples, was shockingly 1
?salas i ea Friday la*t by a bolt ot the boiler of
the steamer giving way and the steam ea
?e?iaar- eui Li u ul lujuries although severe
may not have resulted hi hie death, but he in?
haled a quantity of steam which caused hie
death in a few boure."
Colonel Wm. Hockney Starke i&deb'vering a
eeriMof lectures in Camden on Egypt, Pales
**?noCamden Journal rays : "The prospect ia
vary discouraging far the cotton planters
et* oar district. The crop bas never been
Jjjewit : to be an book ward, and bot
.Jew have mote theo half a stand. On seme
? - pert of the cotton baa boen
op and the bind planted in corn,
corn crop ie backward, and bas been
eenonsly affected oj the bog and worm. Wheat
ts rather better than hat year."
? The cotton worm baa already made its ap?
pearance on the plantation of Dr. J. C. Miller,
near Great Cypress, m Barnwell Distriol.
Tho Journal says : 1 Discouraging accounts
vof the erope st ill come to ns from all parts of
the county. Tn some sections the planters are i
mlnnirhwig np their cotton fields, sod, where ?
awed cannot be obtained, are putting the same
groood mooni. The result is that we shall
Dave moi?e oom and lese cotton than we antic?
A negro girl living on the farm of Mr. George
Morris, about seven miles from Barnwell vil?
lage, waa murdered by ber father, Helson
?auoders, on the 23d .instant. Upon examina
sinn, tho body waa found covered with bruises
. and-acaro from head to root. There were two
fargo soars DU her bead, lt anpears abe was
tortured to death. The father was found guilty
of the murder by tho jory ol inquest.
Arnon Gist waa shot in th" bead and instantly
kilte! bo Wednesday, by Frank-, at Gov?
ernor Giotto place on 'Xyger Bivcr. Both
partios wore negroes.
The Method s's of Uiionville are about to
erect a now chur-b. A lot bas been given for
tho purpose, and enough money raised to en?
able tuarn to commence work. The church
will bo of brick, and it is thought the corner
stone witt be hid by the fir -t ii August.
A Union County correspondent ot the York
ville Enquirer writes: "Wheat promises well
much better than for tho past two yean. Oats
Will hardly come np to the average. Gardens
fair, ont late, (tern small, but thrifty-a good
stand generally. Cotton, the Sine, looks as
aaongw bo waa about to loose bis crown. Most
nf the fanners complain of the Brand. .We
hove osen very tew wbo have enough. Then
the weed' ia puny. Those who staked all on
OOttan have rather long faces."
Mr. W. G. Erwin was severely hurt on Wed?
nesday week by a tall from hu horse.
We take the following seaeib.e article from
abe Torkville Enquirer : "On the morning of
Wednesday, tho 2jth inst., there was a general
Iront throughout, this county, wh ch in some
aeotiona was pretty heavy. Of cooroo the cot?
ton suffered, and we he?r despondent estimates
ol the damage doua from all sides. It does
begin to look as if winter is going to extend
his rule into the domain of harvest and many
are begining to apprehend a failure of the
crops. Bat cot ton appears to bo the main suf?
ferer, and lhere is j et time to put the land
lately occupied by cotton into corn. Many are
doing (bis, some ploughing up their cotton and
putting oom in ita place, while others ure
filantiug corn, at distances ranirmg from six to
welvejoet, aoross the cotton rons and leitirg
the toatteiiug c mon re>nain. Were it not for
the scarcity of sued, there would be a groat deal
Ofonttnor -niant bui witn perhapaamelority
Of planters this h ont of the question, l co.- ,
Whu u-vo ?iiVuaied in leniuzere have goner
ally very long facia, as there is now little pros
peet of tnnung those fertilizers into cotton,
and they were not applied to any ether crop.
We see hat tho whole State bas suffered in the
same way. From the accounts rec: rmi from
all et o ions, it ts tolerably certain that the cot?
ton crop ol South Cai O.K.a must bc mucu be?
low the average this year. It is all important,
then, that our CtrmeiB should rune, a ?rain
mop sufficient to insure an abandone? of food
next winter. Ihe wheat crop i* not ikely to
be more than an average Crop; but with favor?
able Beatons there eau be a great increase
made in the crop of late o rn. Although tbe
Soepect for the moue.v orup is duoouragiDg
ere is no rea?un yet woy tho food crop should
not be increased. If this be doue, much of tbe
loss frum a ?mai io JU on crop may be avoided.
Jf wo are to have less money tban usual next
Winters let ns are? lr? ti b.ivo loss to buy."
-Ibo iuw si bal. j.rc? ram ni' s are in tho
abaneof a butteifl>. tbe liai of daucea un cue
wing, aLd (he cn^agcoiente on the other.
NEWT ORK-Per steamship Ma nhl tl ?a-593 bales
Upland Cotton, IV tierce* Sloe, 146 bales Do.
mestice, 77 em pay Barrels, iljacka?es finndries,
16 tons Phosphat?e, 88 sacK OoceanTXts, 1177
bois Potatoes, 960 crates Vegetables.
BALTIMORE-Per sehr Wm H Steele-70 tons
Cbarleaton Cotton ?nd Rice Market.
OFFICE Ol' THE CHARLESTON DALLY N'EWa, 1
CHAXLtsTos. Saturday Erenlng, May 29. J
OOTTOH.-The staple was in fair demand frat buy.
en found it difficult to operate in consequence of
the very amaB supply of the fibre, and floe grades
wen particularly scarce and arm. Sales 236 biles
vii: 3 at 24.^; 5 at 25; 3at25\; 3? at 2?; 71 at 26,'i;
90at 28fi; 1 at 37; 14 at 37V; 3 at 37V; 4 at 27\;
Zipporah at 30c, and 46 on private terms. We quote:
Ordinary to pood ordinary.36 @2C)?
Low middling..27 ?
By Kew York rlassiflcatkm we quote:
RICI.-The market for this grain was doll and
nominal and then were no sales. We quote approx?
imatively, say common to nur clean Carolina at 7??a
BS; good 8.^88??c * ft.
, Marketa by Telegraph.
FOREIGN MARICE TS.
LONDON, May 29-Noon.-Consols, PSV Bends
LIVERPOOL, May 29-Noon.- Cotton quiet and
steady; uplands, 11.-4; Orleans, ll Vd; sales 10,000
Afternoon-Cotton unchanged. Lard, 69s fd
Bacon, 69s 6d..
HA var, May 29.-Cotton-opens on the spot,
NEW YOBS, May 29-Noon.-Stocks unsettled
Morney easy at 7. sterling, 9V Gold, 39V
Flour, 5*10c better. Wheat, lOe better. Corn de
eliDICg. Lard and cotton firmer; prices unchanged.
Turpentine, 46a46>?c, Rosin dull; common strain
ed. 92 46. Freights firm.
Evening.-Cotton firmer; sales 2900 bales at 29c.
Flour-fair demand for shipping grades; superfine
State S630a5 65. Wheat firm; fair export demand.
Corn heavy and la2c lower. Whiskey lower; tl Cia
102. Pork fairly act.ve at ?312 G a 31' 60.. Lard decid?
edly firmer; I9^ai9??v. Groceries and naval stores
quiet. Freights shade firmer. Money easy 6a7; ex?
ceptions at 6. SterBog quiet at 9V- Gold 39%.
Governments quiet. Southerns duli and steady.
Weeks specie export nearly tl,OOO, COO.
ST. LOUTS, May 29.-Whiskey dull at 9C. Provi?
WILMINGTON, May 29.-Spirits turpentine active
at 42V* Rosin quiet at $1 75 for strained. Crude
turpentine unchanged. Tar $2 26.
AUGUSTA, May 29.-Cotton very firm, with hold.-rs
asking 26V? for Liverpool middling; sales 273 bales;
receipts 13 bales.
SAVANNAS, May 29.- Cotton maik't quiet and dull;
holders firm; middling 27; sales 100 baler; receipts
610; exports 10S5.
MOBILE, May 29.-Cotton firm; demand confined
to few; sales 8S0 bales; low middling 26>?; receipts
Nsw OBAIAKE. May 29 - Cotton easy; middling
26%; tales 607 bales; receipts 662 bale?; exports
1049 bales. Ooid S8V. Sterling 52#. Ntw York
Sight par a% pi em lum. Engar-common Kali;
prime lSValSV Molasses-lermenting 40a62V.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
rORKYiLLE. May 26.-Cotton nominal at 24Vc
for good middling.
OB AN GE BURG. May 29.-Wo sales for tbe week ;
market duU and declinlnc. We quote: Ordinary 23c;
low middling 34c; middling 24>aa26c.
CHARLOTTE, May 34 -During the werk some
100 bales changed hands at norn 24V*25Vo. tbe
market closing inactive on saturday at 26c for mid?
SELMA, Msy 37 -Sales 90 bales; the demand fair
for better gnat s; market quiet. We quote low mid?
dlings 26c; good ordinary 23 V to 23V ; orduary 22
to 23 V.
COLUMBIA, May 29.-The cotton mart et has been
very dull during the past week, and consequently we
an unable to give any quotations. Nocnangeln
other articles of country produce.
CHEATER. May 25.-Our cotton market for the
past week bas be?n very dull and inactive. The of?
fering stock veiy light. We made no change in quo?
tations. MlddUag nominally 29c.
MACON, May 2?.-The demand to-day was pretty
geed; pri?es unchanged. Receipts to-day 75 bales;
shipments 98 biles: sa ea 126 ba e.. 1 he quotation*
are aa follows : Ordinary 23; Rood ordinary 24V; low
middling gs, iissaiag safe etoo* OD nan ir, 151a
Augusta Cotton Market.
AUGUSTA, May 28.-COTTON.-The maibt-t has
ruled quite stead v throughout th* week, ai Hi fair
daily sales, at slightly easier prices. Owing to the
reduced stock, lower grades have bec: more readily
saleable, but are still aviided by buyers as much KS
possible. Our quotations for the wee? ar?, 2CJ2G,'?
for Liverpool middling; 2-V ja23V for low mi in 'mc
and <MVa36 Cor good ordinary: s?>a of the wees
1517 bales. Receipt e of the week 231 bales.
GEORGETOWN, May 20-COTTON -No sales this
week. We quote from 25 to 27c per lb.
Cons.-Prime white corn 9110 per bushel.
TIMBER -Receipts 800 ?ticks. Sales 120 sticks or?
dinary and fair min timber at 8 to 14c. Market
looking np. and prospect of Increased demand for
large, fong limber.
l UKPENTINT.-Yellow dip 92 75 ; scrape or bard
SI 35; virgin dip 94 per bbl. of 380 lbs. to the bbl.
Savannsh Weekly Market.
SAVANNAH, May 27.-COT ron.-Bus ness in the
staple has been very dull during the past week,
owing principally to tbe he ivy decline in gold, and a
weakness m the Liverpool market. Holders hae
appeared t brough t>tt the enan week as unwilling
. lbe information we obtained from the planters
who visited our city during the past week indicates
that the newspaper reports in regard lo tho injury to
tbe plant have bees much exaggerated. It was
thought lor a time, ourmx the cold s: ip a short
time back, that the plant would bc mate rially dam'
age!. The planter now has every rea*on to believe
that, with tho present warm weather and gentle
nins, tbe plant will be entirely lesuseiUttd, and
that the .present crop will go far beyond the expec
tationa ci many. We quote: Middling 27; low mid
diing 2$V? Kood ordinary 36V
SEA ISLAND.-Too market has been quiet this
week with medente sales at previous quotation a
Advloes from Liverpool continue very uniavorable,
.nd bayera are off-ri cg lower arlee*, but loci ors
yield elowi>, thus cur.a?inf; buslnexe. There have
beeo a few shipmentB by planten. The weather has
this week beeu favorable for the growing crop, but
there are numerous complain s of the euee ta of tbe
previously unprooitiona season. We quot - : Com?
mon Floridas and' Georgias 50afi5; medium Floridas
60; good Floridas 66a7U ; fine Floridas 80.
lhe receipts at this port trace May 20th amount
to 1888 bales upland and 3 bales sea ls and. ibo
exports for the same time have been 4370 bales up?
land and 136 bales sea island, ot wei h 3120 bales
upland and 5 bales s?a island were shipped to Liv?
erpool, 1042 bales upland and 131 bales sea island
were shipped to New York, and 203 bales upland to
BICK-VOIT dull, and stock small. Clean, common
to prime, Sa8Vo; interior rough, $1 ?0*91 75; sea
coast do 91 75a92 per bushol. block of clean rice at
present in the city, 500 tierce?.
WILMINGTON, May 29.- "nain TUBFENTDKZ
Market active with sales ot 879 casks st 43Vc--an ad
vance of Vc on yesterday's quotations.
ROSEN-Miles of 400 ibis strained at 61 75, and 75
boin ai S3 5U for No 1, and S5a5 50 for pale.
LEO IE TURPENTINE-Salea ot 66 bbla at ?3 for
virgin, 62 80 tor soft, and $1 70 fo. hard.
TAB-44 bbla changea hands ai S2 25.
Per steamship Manhattan, tor New York-Rev W
C Weston w le ana chi.d. Mr Ru s and wife, Mrs J
Houderson. Miss Julia Henderson ?UBI tilla Hen?
derson. Miss Faunie mitta, Mr N.sh and wife, Mrs
J T ?-mith Mi:s M F Smith, J M Baker, Misa We-.d
Dr J I Evan?. Albs H L Campoeli, C ?. Lamvuu, h
C Bett", H L i runa and wi e, Mrs Bell. Miss Bell
and servant, M'S H Banks. Mrs K B mitta. Miss ?
.-muh, M?as t? Eason. Mrs L'ppett, Mia? B Dodgo,
Muster P Dodge and tcrvant, Mrs Willingtou, Mis*
C Meela. BK Campbell. 1> N Beebe, J Miil.u, w lo
and two cliilart n, J Coleman, L sieice, J IUMUOUM.
Mr tartest, J Cox, > schalt, Mr i Oi don, L Chi o m
H B Lawton. H Wilson, G F Lincoln, - B O Mai
thews, D .N:. than = , J j, rr>. D Kimball aud Wile Mr
Wuloum, wi:e. i hid and servant M Us M Uc&cnau,
Misa Nimias. aJrs Wells Airs M P Dunham, II A Lob?
ins?n. C T Lanham. B F Uart euter and wifr, L Wer?
thein and wile, W P ti Gliddon, J T Mniih. Et T Lo?
gan. Rev M-unuaiy, R r.eigling. J F Britton, J N
Mitchell sad son, J Windsor and wife, J f Johanns
wi!? and three children Mr Boric and familv, Mrs
Mowry, alisa Mowry, j Gallagher and wife, o O How.
d<n, GB Kelsey, T ttonnackel and six children, Mis
E L veil, Mojar Mercer and wile, wrs Bia kman
.nd child. Mri. Lincoln, Mrs H Wilson Mrs Gordon,
Mrs Ziuna, chi d und nurse. Mra M LLec'ercq. Aliss
Lecleicq. J licCalL J M Keating. P MoCall und wile
Miss E McCall, Miss J M McCall Mis* G Mc all. Mr
Wnitmg Bev Boone and wi:e, Mr .Marsh and anti'
Mn bbudsaU, Wifn, chito ?nd norse Mts . Holmes'
W Smith, W Brauch, J N Heffron, J Marooiiev. M
Moley. A Foot, J Ca ey, J Kennedy. J G jfurcell
and lOou d ck. '
Per steamship Magnolia, from New York-Be v C 8
Veddertuid nephew, Mrs > ito'h. Miss . C Byan A
ta<l\i tu a V Wood aide, W H Morie, K P hterdUK n
Bamtvrgh, W H Browne, il Ne son, J lt Mills, o' D
Mil<8. J S. Milla J . S Reynoleis. and 19 ia s crag?.
Per /-'tamer Dicta.or. ?rom Palau?. >ia Jicksuu
v lie, Fur ar di na and savannah-Mr Allen. J C Funlc
a 'oiiro. Miss Postal), M Klug, Mr Burbridge, tl L
l'a tc? Mr Kim ball. Ur .Lester, end 6 on deck.
Lon naners per sontrz ?ai on na Kailroad
133 bales Cotton. 113bales Domestics, 1884 bushels
Grain, 160 bbla Naval Btorea, 182 casks clay, 3 ears
Lumber, 3 car? Wood, 1 car stock. To Railroad
A gen!, Pelz jr, Bodgert ? Co, Kendall ft nocttrj.
Hopkin s. McPherson ir Co. Kinsman a Ho ?eu. w w
Smith,Qraeser*Bmitb_F& WMttaker^J AWd?ur,
Claghoru, ?erring Ai CdTCourtenay ft Trenholtn, o
W steffane, Street Bros k Co. Goldsaal th h Bon, W
Roach, Cameron k Barkley, and 1 H k W Deweea,j
Conslirneee per Northeeatern Railroad
^ flay 89.
17 biles Cotton. ?0 buahele Bough Bice, SM bbls
Naval Stores.Lumber,Mdse 4c. ToJ Marshall, Jr,
8 D Stoney, Kinsman k Howell, J Bhuler, Oraeaer
k Smith. J A Qoackenbuah, Stenhouse ft COjF Ma
zjck. Commanding Officer Arsenal. Walker. Evins b
Cogswell, Goldsmith k Bon, and Ballroad Agent.
Port of Charleston. May 31.
rsa ES or THE KOOT.
Last Quarter. Od, 2 hours, 1 minute, morning.
New Moon, 9 th, 10 hours, 43 minutes, event cg.
First Quarter, 18th, 9 hours, 0 minute?, evening.
Full Moon, 23d, 8 hours, 19 minutes, morning.
?J MA? A JUKE.
BISES. I BETS.
SliMonday....! 4..64 , 7.. 1 | Morn. U.M
llTeet?aT....I 4.-84 ! 7.. 1 12.. 6 M..50
a Wahday a!.* 7.. 2 M..W 1..40
3Thuraday...! 4..S8 7.. 2 1.M 2..2S
4iTiday..... 4..83I 7.. 2 J..41 3..19
5 Saturday... 4..8S 7.. 3 2..12 4..13
?Snndav'l 4..5S I 7.. 4 2..44 ? 4..59
Steamship Magnolia. Crowell, New York-left 26th
inst, P M. Mdse, lo Bavenel ft Co, G W Aimar.
D A Amme, J E Adger I Co, W H Armstrong. M *
A Ashton, J Apple, W J Bennett, J H Browning, A
Baldwin, Brown k Byer. Cameron k Barkley, L C
Chapman k Co. W Carrington, Urane, Boylston ft
Co, Charleston Hotel, Clacius k Witto, O D Carr h
Co, B H Onvmer, W b Corwin 4 Co, Dowie k Moise,
Denny k Perry, P Darcy. Doughs A Miller, J Daw?
son, J S Fairly ft Co, IL Falk k Co, ?urcbgott Bros,
Forsythe, McComb ft Co, B Fddniann ft Co. Good
ri cn, Win em an ft Co, P L G. H Oerdta ft Co, J H
Hillen, D ? Haselton, J Burkamp ft Co, I Bymin &
Co, Hart ft Co. E ft G D Hope, A UliDg, Jeffords ft
Co, C H Johnson, A W Jager, Johnston, Crews ft Co,
Klinck, Wlckenberg ft Co, fl Kaminsky. C Kerrison,
C H Keinen- m, J 1 Kanapaux. if Kressel, Jr, Leng
nick ft Sell, J P Kiep, G J Lunn, L Lorentz, Laurcy
ft Alexander, M Marks, W Matthlcssen. P Meitzler,
N A Mehrten?, Man tone ft Co, 4 H Muller. Muller,
Nimitz ft Co, McLoy ft Klee, J C ft D C Marsh, Nach
man ft Co, J G Mimi r ft Co, North, Steele ft War?
dell, B O'Neill, D O'Neill ft don, Chute ft Lake, J H
Ostendorff ft Co, J C Otjen, D Paul ft Co, C F Panr
nio, lalmetto Pioneer Co-operative Atsociarion, C P
Poppenheim. W B Priogle, Paul, Welch ft Brandes.
Quio! y ft Co, Beicke ft Schachte, J B Bead ft Co, J
Kugbeimer. W Bich ft Co, C Bing. Kriete ft Chap?
man, Mrs C L Ramray, D Maber?, H Mencken ft Co,
a W Steffens, O S ?-ubsis unce Department, S C Ball- i
road Agent, Southern Express Co, bhacl elford ft
Kelly, J Sba v, J F i a-, lor ft Co, O Tidemann, Walker,
tvans ft Cogswell, ? Thompson, J H Tollers, Werner
& Ducker, W C Wiipple, J N M Wobltmann, Mrs M
J Zern', w. W J Tates, Z?gbaum, Young ft Co, and
British bark Marla. Webster, Norfolk, Va, - dsye.
Ballast. To Jno ft Theo Getty.
rchr santos. Prince, Bick Biver. 350 bu?hels
Rough Bice. To J R Pringle.
steamer Dictator, McNelty, Palau a via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and Savannah. Mdse. To J D
Aiken ft Co, J B Tognl, G H lngranam ft Son, W M
Kin) ft co, Budd ft Blake, and Goodrich, Wineman
Received from Chisobn's Mill-27 tierces Rice,
rd J S barm rn er.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger ft Co.
Sehr Wm H btec'o, Buck, Baltimore-J A Enslow ft
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Nea York.
Bri/ Henry Perkins, Mayo. Boston.
Behr D Talbot, Packard, Phlkdoipbta.
Behr Wm B Mann, Bogers, Jacksonville.
Behr W il Steele, Uu:ir, i altimore.
From thia Port,
Stenn tig Christiana, Richardson, Savannah. May
Behr Golden City, Nickerson, Newport, R 1, May 28,
Vp for this Port.
Fchr Lilly. Hughes, at New York, May 26.
Behr Nettle Richardson, Davis, at Baltimore, May 28.
Cleared tor this Port.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore, May 28.
Bark Sicilian, Percival, at Eoston, Mav 27.
Behr Min?le. Hudson, at New Yon, May 26.
Sehr BN Hawk ina, Wyatt, at Beeton, May 26.
The sehr Carrie ? Webb, Day, from Georgetown,
S O, arrived at New York May ar
The sehr David Watson, Perkins, from Buck*ville,
S 0, arrived at Bange r, Me, May 25.
The tchr Francisco, Crowther, from Georgetown,
S O, arrived at Baltimore May 23.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C., MAY 2?.
May 26-Sehr Wm Britmao, Smart, New York.
. May 25-Sehr 6 E Woodberry, Woodberry, Balti?
MST UK VKSSKIJS
TP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i BIS PO h T.
The auton, Williams,sailed.April 10
The Minnie, Robertson, sailed....May 13
Bark Sicilian, Percival, cleared .May 27
8ehr Anna E Glover, leny, cleared.May 18
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.May 26
Behr Daybreak, Blake*, up.May 15
Behr J M Richards, Irving, cleared.May 22
behr Minnie, Hudson, cleared.May 26
Sc1, r lilly, Hughes, up.May 26
Brig Josie A Devf reux, Clark, np.M iv 18
Behr Sarah Cullen, Avis, cleared.Mi y 26
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, des red. Mav 28
Behr Nettle Richardson, Davie, up.May 28
Jlainls, ?ils, (Ctr.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIRCULAR SAW MILLS, and
January 1 Brno
BELTING! BELTING !
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT
6000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 8, 4, and 5
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
flu BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOES
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, MC INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, j INCH TO LJ INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1J
VJBUE AND BROWN J?IE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
H?BBER AwD LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
CAM H HON, HA Uli L K V di CO.,
Sortbcst Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
January 1 6m o
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
SI EA M BIBBS AND BI OP COCKS, SJ RAM
3LOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUPS
?TATER GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
JERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DEIEC
30PPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAJIBKtlir, nt flier.KY Ai CO.,
Sontieas? Comer Meeting aud L'umberlacd streets.
January 1 Cmy
(tbim, fks?Bort, <?tc
CBOCKEBT, CHINA AND GLASSWABE,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOCK,
POTTERIES IN EUROPE TO -CHARLESTON.
FOR SALE AT * ' "
No. 255 KING-STREET, CORNER OF BEAUFAIN,
WHERE FAMILIES CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH EVERY ARTICLE IN THE ABOVE
LEN E BY
WILLIAM Gr. WHILDEN & CO.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORE
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable.
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies io force.$26,000,000
Annual Income. 800,000
LOCEOS Paid.. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretar;.
L. McADAH, Actuar.-.
G. A. FTJDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Da, New York. E. V. HATJQHWOCT, Firm E. V. Haujrhwoat d
Hon. JAMES HARTER, Firm Harper A Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. WM. WILKINS, Firm W. Wi Ikons * Co.
JOHN J. Cru NE, President Bank Republic. JULIUS H. PJIATT, Merchant.
WK. T. HOOKES, Wall-street. WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant,
WM. M. VEswriLTE, Banker (Vermilye & Co.) CHAS. J. STARB, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN, Me roban t.
Company. GEO. W. CU?LER, Banker, Paloma, N. ?.
Hon. GEORGE COTTEE ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire In
MINOT C. MOBO AN, Banker. surance Company.
THOMAS BIONET, firm Thomas Rigney ? Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD, Park Place.
BEN?. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. t* COBHAM, Corner Sib Avenue atc'
Sugar Beaning Company. Iwenty-tbiru-street.
AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Cona table i Co. EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore A Bowne, Law- ? GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
yere. ' I W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T, REESSTJEHNA. Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
Januaij 12 (mo sao - O nee flo. ?1S3 King-Street, Charleston, s. c.
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
OF I HE
No. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORE.
WM. C. ALEXANDER, President. I HEB BY B. HYDE, Vice-Pr?sident.
QUO. W. PHILLIPS, Actuary. I JAS. W. ALEXANDtB, Secretary.
OK (?AN IZ ED 1859.
CASH ASSETS OVEB.$0,000,000
BUM BBB OF POLICIES I3SDEB IN 1868.11.986
AMOUNT ASSURED IN 1868.WWW,!?
ALL. TTS POLICIES ABIC NON-FORFEITING.
ALL PROFITS ARK ANNUALLY DIVIDED AMONG THE ASSURED.
BESIDES ISSUING ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES, THE "EQUITABLE"
would call attention to their "TONTINE LIFE ASSUBANCE POLICIES," upon which many sre now
a' sariag their lives, and wbicb ts tbouzht by those who have (riven lt the most study and reflection, will
- - - in -1. - i " 1 ii ui*um tv -MMMvww. m wm Maw-wi w twa--wsw ttrroxx tut?
subject of "LIFE ASSURANCE," application can be made to
WM. B. SHAW,
GENERAL AGENT, No. 141 MEETING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
O. A. BOWEN,
Jtoilb?nrj efflatrriaUj (Ste.
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE A IND
ALL DEbCRIPTlONS AND QUALITY.
AFULL STOCK OF WHITE PINE, FROM fi TO
19 Inches thick, clear and well seasoned.
Ibo attention of Builders and others ls especially
Mahogany, Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, White
Oak, Poplar Boards and Planks. Kee wood and Ma?
hogany Vyners, Newels, Balusters, kc; also at
Manufacturer's Prices, Sashes, blinds, Doors, and all
kinds of Moulding?.
Spruce Spars and Ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Laths. Ac, constantly on hand and for sole in quan?
tities to suit purchasers, by
L H. h ?.LL k CO.,
Stirctssors to late J. N. Wood, Agent,
Northwest corner Market-street and tast Bay.
IhAAC HALL, New York.1
I. H. HtLL._) mwf?nns April 5
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. COKDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PR1TCRARR-HTREET,
OPPOSIfE J. T. TATLOB k CO.'S MACHINS
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOI HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, &c., made np at abort no?
tice, ?nd at thc lowest terms.
L. E. CORDRAY.*..C. A. TRODODE
March 23 3nio
ROOM3 AT HIS BESIDE.NCE. NORTHWEST COR?
NER OK M li ET!.NO AND SOCIETY STREET.1?.
November '?0 fmw?nios
OILS! OILS ! OILS!
mo GALLONS PURE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTER No. 1 LARD
500 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITE OAK LUBRICATING
300 GALLONS REPINED NEATSFOOT OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
OA M ? KCW. B?K KL. KY & CU.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
Januar} 1 Em o
^arfymerg, (Easting, (Str.
FLOUR A^lT^CORN MILLS
ALL COMPLETE, FDBN13H ED AT SHORTEST
NOl ICE, aaa of the uost improved style and
Four of tbe said Mills are in operation in this city
now, and have all proved satisfictory and superior
to all ethers.
Bolting Cloth, Screen Wire, kc, constantly on
hand. HA Ul li MUSMON.
Utica, New York.
For puticnlars apply to the undersized, when:
the Mills can bo seen In full operation daily.
JOHN CAMP>EN A CO ,
Agents for Sonth Carolina,
Maren ll ihm 8moe Charleston. 8. C.
PHONIX IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
I' A M E lt O Ji ?Si CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c"
yo*. 4, C, 8, 10 onJ 12 PR1T0HARD-STREETS,
(NEAR THE DR? DOCE,)
Charleston, S. C.
BTE A M ENGINES AND BOlLER?-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THBBSHERS AND Al ILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, P?LLEY3 AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OH
Wc Guarantee lo iurninb ENUCNES aud HOI LEM
of a? good quality and power, and at aa low ralr-Ras
can bc hat! in New Turk, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft*? low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPA JES PROMPTLY ATTEyDED TO.
May 17 D*O 3mos
I ' lt " AI 4 TU 390
horse power, incudins the
co'errateJ Corliss iut-of
EnglncB, Sill* Vulve Hta*
liouarv Engines Portable
Engines, ic Also. Circa
lar MuVay and (lang *?w
Mills, Rusar Caw i to.
.-ha ting l'ullcyi?. Ac L:itb
and Shingle Mills Wbea
?: . , , - i-r-in a?l1 C0ID Ul,l8> Circular
'uSSSSSSSF?l (or descriptive Circular and
WOOD tt MANN 3TBAMI IiNQINE CO.,
2'ebruary 13 6mo9 Unca, New l'ork.
Prags, dbrmtrals, (Ctr.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
Beale? and warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest discovery
of ita kind in the age we
Ure in. No person need
be trembled with BATS,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Iaaacaen'a destructive remedy Ja
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as its efficacy. Bundxeda of testimo?
nials have been received Irom all part? of iht> United
The great advantage this 8?BE POP possesses
over all similar preparations is the FACT that lt ls
Certain in ita KfTeets,
and free from the unpleasantness of rata dying in
their holes, aa it causes them tf1 leave tbe premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers of references can be made to
Ferions in this City,
who have snccessfoTty used it
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTEES AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Hasel-streets,
April 33 mwf6mo" Charleston, 8. C.
MEN-WOMEN-AND C1HLDUEV !
MEN-WOMEN--AND CHILDREN I
"Cooling to Scalda and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," Oe
"Healing to ali bores, ulcers," Ac.
'COSTAR'? BUCKTHORN SALVE
Ia tho most extraordinary SALVE ever known. Ita
power of ioothlnrr and Healing for all Cuts, Borns,
Bruises. Hores. Ulcers, Chapped Hands and tain, for
Sore Nipp'ea, for Piles, Atc, Ac -ls without a paral?
lel. One person says of it: "I would not be with?
out a box ic my house, if it cost ts, or 1 had to
travel all th < way to New York tor it."
[N. T. Evtning Newt. September 5.
ter All Druggists in CHABLESTON sell it.
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms.
03- One Bottle, $1-Three for 12.
"Cottar's" Kat, Roach, A.c.. External's.
"Costar'a" Bed Bag Exterminators.
?. Costar'*" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known."
"i 11 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"AU Druggists in CHABLESTON sell them. "
<. COSTAR," No. 13 Howard-si., \. Y.
Sold in CHABLESTON, 8. C., by
GOODRICH, WINGMAN di CO.
Purifies tbs Blood.
i ox Sale by Druggists Ewerywnere.
JP O U T Z ' B
Horse and Cattle Powders.
long and tavorably
known, will thor
orgbly rt invigorate
broken down and
and cleansing the
stomach and intes?
It is a sure preven?
tive of ill diseases
>oo*.,->*- - incident to this ani?
mal, such as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, TEL
H KA VES, Coughs,
Founder, Loss of
Appetite and Vital
Its uso improves
the Wind, increas?
es the Appetite
gives a 8 m o o t h
and Glossy Skin
am transforms the
miserable Skeletons -
into a fine looking and spirited Horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
It ID creases the
quantity and Im?
proves tho quality
of the MILK. Il
bas been proven
bv actual experi?
ment to increase
the q u antity of
M llb sud Cream
and malte the But?
ter firm and sweet.
In fattening rnttlo. it gives them un appr itc, open*
their hides and makes them tin i ve much taster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF 8WINE, SUCHAS COUGHS,
CLOE RB IN .
THIS LUNG 8.
LIVER, tie., this
ettie. Dy pnUlu?;
from otic-half t >
a piiper ia a b irrcl
oi swill tho ab vo
d'?cafes w i 11 bo
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in time, a certain prc
live and cure for the Hon Cb cl ra.
DAVID K. POITTZ.
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 216 Franklin-Btrdi t. Bullmore, Md.
ron BALK ny
DOW IE Oi MOISE,
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE,
No. 161 MEETING-SI IiEET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
May 39 4
SHE?T IRON ANO STEEL,
ff KO LG HT AND CAST IBON PIPING,
STEAM AND MALLEABLE CAST LEON
EITTINGS, tor steam and water.
CA'IBKOft. BARKLEY ?Si CO..
Northeast corner Mec une and Csmbcnane enveta
January 1 imo
M. L. FILLEY'?
Celebrated Cooking Stoves,
"PHILANTHROPIST" AND "CTVILIA5,?
Manufactured at Truy, N. 7., and fer ?ale fey
D, L. FULLERTON
rESE -STOVES STAND DNRIVAXLED TOB
capaes ty, dunbtllty, conveniences tad the gen?
eral purpoi et to which cooaf ns 8torea are used. The
PHILANTHROPIE I ?H eitra heavy plated, and hu
A ah Drawer; can be made Into a six belief hale
?tove; bas cast iron Water Tank galvanised,or
enamel lined. A strictly first-class Stove. Ste
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, and has a fine lara?
Oven. This Stove can be had with the extenden
Duck, six holes, and reservoir when desired.
For further Information apply to
D. L. FULLERTON,
January SC Irnos Augusta, Ga,
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price, i
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot bo Drilled?
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to ,
MARVIN & GO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
__. . . ( 205 Broadway, New York.
Principal J721 chestnut St, Phil*. ?
Warehouses (108 Bank St., Cleveland,?
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout j?he
United States- ' 1
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 Ijr
SOUTH CA ll OLIN A KAILHOAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, i
CHABLEBTON. 8. C., April 9. 1(=69- '
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, APBIL lltH, THU
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina
Railroad w?J run a? follows !
Leave Charleston.8.90 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.445 p- M
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.?.?.?0 a. H.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester H*i>
road, anc Camden train.
y ti) lt CHARLESTON.
Leave Augusta.9."0 A. KL
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M,
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. H.
Arrive at Charlot ton.5.10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Amveat Augusta.?.10 A. M.
Connecting with trams tor Memphis, Nash villa
and New Orleans, via G ran J Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. U.
Arrive ot Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
leave Charleston.8.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.45 A, M.
Connecting c-undays excepted) with Greenville and
Columbia Railroad. *? -*T
Leave Columbia.5. j J P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A. M.
St MM KU V! I LL TRAIN.
leave Charleston.3.36 P. M.
Am ve at Hummervllle. 6.' 0 J?. M.
Leave Summerville.7.?0 A. M.
arrive at Charleston.?.25 A. M
Camden and ' o!nmui> Pai-sf-ncor Trails on MON?
DAYS, VEI NE3DAY8 and SAXTTBDATS, connects with
np and dO'VD Day Pasaengers at Kingville.
L?:uv?j CumrlHii.C 35 A. M.
Am?e at Columbia.ll. A. M.
Leave Columbia.. . . ..2 2" P. M.
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
>prllO Genera) -unpnntundect.
500 BOXES IO 14x20 ROOFING TlN
300 BOXES IX 14x20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IO ?9x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES IX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES IXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXXX 14x20
BLOCK TIN, TINS ILA N'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER arc. Ac.
IN STOKE AND TO AEIilVE.
CAJBlEHUa, H A K Iv KK Y At CO., *'
Northeast oornor Meeting and Cumberland sip ete.
January 1 tfmo