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THE DAILY NEWS.
A wind came np oat of the - ea.
And said, O mists, make room for me,
. lt hailed the ship*, ?nd cried, "Sail on,
-Ye marinera, the night ia gone."
And harried landward Jar away.
Crying* "Avate i it ia tbs day."
lt said onto the forest, "Shoot,
Hang all j oar leafy banners oat I"
It touched the wood-bird's folded wing,
And said, "O bird, awake and sing."
. And o'er th"o farms. "0 chanticleer.
Toar clarion blow, the day is near."
It whispered to the fields of corn,
"Bow down and hall the coming morn."
' H shouted through the belfry tower.
. "Awake, O bell t proclaim the hoar."
? It crossed tb* churchyard with a sigh.
And said, "Hot yet I m quiet lie."
AFFAIRS IN THE STATE.
r The Gh?raw Democrat says : "Ihough back
-ward, we believe the crops of all kinds are
doing very wellior this season. A weah- of very
warm weather has made a great improvement
in their condition. Wheat ia about ready to
?nt. Corn crowe rapidly, and cotton is begin
sing to take a ste od.''
- . The Ledger says : "During the past week
the weather has been more favorable to the
planting mu rests. Home planters report tol?
erable fair stands of cotton, others only a half
stand. Oar own impression is that there is
more scare than hurt. We hear some ocm
pjaint of the bud worm in some localities.
Kary caterpillar jet I Farmers who planted
the \Diok*on cotton seed,' tu this county, say
'that the plant has suffered more from the cold
weather than other kinds. The same oom
* plaints reach ns from Chester and Y^rk."
.. .' A flaw days ago a little son of Mr. William
Young, deceased, while drawing water from a
well, aooidently fell in and was instantly killed.
-The LaurenBville Herald saja : "For the
-fast week the sun has shown donn generously,
: dis pen sin g life and growth to the sickly cotton
plant. Cotton begins to grow oft and the
stand will De better than anticipated two weeks
ago. ' The spirits of the pis nt ere are revived ?t
the revi vin* prospect. Wheat ie still reported
tn ptomiBing kelter. and in some cases is al?
ready in the shock."
The. Pr asa says: "Our farmers have com
3tt?nc?d tho labern of tho wheat harvest. There
waa a )arg? crop sowed, and the yield promises
tobe abundant. Daring the past week we
have been favored with peni ai rains and sunny
day? and warm nights, and the growing crops
.are- all experiencing their quickening infla
Mt. F. A. Calhoan, a well known citizen of
Abbeville.and * nephew of Carolina's illustri
oas statesman, died last week. He bad scarce
ly pissed the meridian of lifo, and was still in
"the prime of manly vigor. A man of high in?
tegrity, of affable manners a ad companionable
qualities, he was universally esteemed and re?
Artet - Georgetown.
A jury of inquest was held at Waverly Mill
Plantation, ou the 27th alt., Thomas MoFeely
acting Coroner, over the dead body of George
Washington, colored, and a verdiot retarded of
death by acotdeotal drowning. j j
The GeorgatowQ Times, of Thursday, says: j
"The past week has been remarkably dry and
hot, and the crops are suffering for the want
efrain. Yesterday morning ff aa as sultry aa
?O August morning; and tho thermometer has
stood aa. high .aa, eight;y -five degroea. This
tgJfing is the driest since 1655."
An Agricultural and Mechanical Clab has
been formed at Georgetown with the following
ethos?: President, Dr. A. M. Forster; Vice
president, Wm.'O. John it one; Corresponding ,
Secretary, Dr. J. R, Sparkman; Recording Sec- I ]
Tetaiy and Treasurer, 8. W. Bouquie. .Among | j
ithe wsotaUonf adopted was one that a com
san tee be appointe-1 to report at the next
'^jBBllut the difference in chargea on rice ahip
' "ftc" Chariest JU or other porta. D. Lynch
' , T. P. Bailey aod B, H. Wilson were
1 each a committee.
Th? Intelligencer says : " Tuesday night
there waa a general rain in this section, and
?ooh good will likely result, as it bad been
excessively dry and bot for some days previ?
ous. The wheat crop ia si ill promising and
cotton and coin will grow apace under the
b?n?ficiai effects or rain and sunshine."
: The samo paper chronicles the following
homicides : -'On Friday night last, in tbe
?eighborhood ot Stevenson's Ferry, on Savan
- ?ah Bl ver, a party of armed persons assailed
. the houae where some colored people live 1,
and fired into them, resulting in the killing of
a nigro woman and severely woondin? another.
Tbe- women were quiet and peaceable negroes,
and there is no apparent canse to which
''tbs morder can be traced. It is rumored that
the> attacking party were negroes. On the
sams night, near Salubrity, in Pickens County,
a white man by the name of Willard was killed.
The atable ou tho premises wai discovered to
bo in flames when tbe decsased an ? bis father,
with ot i er persona, rushed out of tho daren?
ing, and a volley wa? fired into them, with the
result above stated. From all we can learn,
the attack ia this instance waa exp cled, and
the oom oat between the parties was desperate,
" a number of shots being exchanged."
The physicians of Barnwell County inten 1
holding a mooting at Barnwell Village early in <
July, for the purpose of organizing: a medical
Bocifitv, to be auxiliary to tbe State Medical
." i Tbe Journal says : "The warm weather,
since our last Issue, has pl toed the farmers all
I n good aplrits again, and a. there has been
rain tho crops generally are doing as well aa C
could, bo expected,"
Ta?, citizens of Barnwell village are agitat?
ing: the question of erecting a cotton factory d
.ton Turkey Creek. This is a move in the right
direction. It ia estimated that a capital of
"natty thousand dollars will be sufficient to pot *
* "The, Se'otinel says : "A large tiger made its 2
appearance near the junction of Toby's Creek,
-anora Colonel Bro wc a null pond, ou Uouday
last. The tiger was of immense size, and
some young men wbo were fishing in the pond
became so much alarmed as to leave the place.
Oar informant states that the tiger made
The fire engine company of Blackville bas
resol vod to purchase an encune, and has elected -
the following officers to serve for the ensuing 0
x year : B. Oakman, President; G. E. steadman. 8
vice-President; 0. E. Lsrtigue. Bei-retary and 11
Treasurer; . W. T. Bond, First Directer; A. c
. Zahn, Second Director; W. H. Neve's, Third s
l>ireotqr; P. W. Far ell. Fourth Dir?otor, U.
M? Eaves Jahna S tro bel. Ai m en.
(S COLTHBII ITEMS.-Henry ?lax cy, colored,
charged with tue murder of Mr. Alexander
Beill v several years ago, but who was convict- c
ed of manslao?uier at the late Court of Gene?
ral Sec sion a for Richland, and sentenced to be
imprisoned in the county jail for six montbB, z
has been pardoned by Governor Scott.
An individual describing himself aa John M.
Oliver, of Virginia, bas been arrested and
ssntto prison opon tie eharceof passing 1
counterfeit twenty uve cent United States cur- I
reney. The ohaige ia sustained by the affida?
vit or Mr. Richard Weam. The note is badly
executed, bot the gltr<ng peculiarity ta the pty a
Bition of the ei.t figures ou the back, being
pl ac'xl u DH ida down
Theie seems to be a general and roost mys- .
tenons drying op or the springe alon? tbe
banka ol tbe Colombia ema), from Geiger's 2
mill to the site of ihe old bri Ige. The watt r ?
in the wells at tbe penitentiary baa also n arly i
given oo , which causes a great de d of incon- i
Teniente. A gentleman in the lower portiou ,
of the city states that during the past week he
has been lorced to lengthen his well rope neoi- f
Sfifteen feet in oi dei lo get wat? euougb ior ?
e use of his f?milv. His well heretoro has
been one of ibe beat iu the city, cumiar re- i
- ports are made relative toother wella in the
?western por ion of t e city. >
- In the rum* ot K oalei 's Hall, situated noon 1
the corner of Tayior and Ricbardeou-Btreet*, .'
frere discovered oo Saturday by the rubbish i
c J rr ? ci 8. the fragmentary n malus ot a human ,
being, o insulting; of tbe rita, hip, jaw-bones
.ndsection of the skol]; touch ng them was
Jj in? an axe. and a pari lally bu:n- d: co-box,
With d oe. It is a plausible pr?somption that
these are the reuiains of one ot Sherman's in?
cendiaries, wbo in pursuit of plunder-in
Hiusler'a bu ldmg was situated tho note-sign?
ing department of the Confederate Govern?
ment-waa overiekeo by a uwiit and terrible
' -A fishing party of five pets ?na were over?
taken 0* a sq lid on Thursday last, off Myrtle
?soundbeach tx low uiliuiugton, >. c. ibeir
boat was -apsised, and tour of them saved
themselves with nash dofijali v bv swimming.
The firth. Captain John 4. Farrow, aged fitts -
Jave, waa drowned. f
LATEST FBOM CUBA,
The Spanish, Authorities of tate leland
Under tbe Control of the Volunteer*.
.The following are the latest dispatches from
General Pe lae z, whoa? life waft threatened by
the volunteers, went to Cienfnegos, but the
volunteers tbere refused to allow bim to land.
He nae obmpelled to return to Havana. On
his arrival tbere tibe volunteers demanded his
life, because he had sold his country, asserting
that he had recei/ed $120,000 to allow some
rebe's to escape. Narcisse Escosura, Chief of
Administration, and Seo jr Diarr, So. retary of
Captain-General Dulce, succeeded in compro?
mising the affair with the volunteers, and
further ontrages were prevented.
Oo Wednesday evening the volunteers, great?
ly excited, assembled before tbe Captain-Gene?
rals palace and shouted "Death to Dulce!"
"Death to Pelaez !" Yesterday morning a com?
mission from the volunteers entered the palace
and demanded General Dulce's immediate res?
ignation, declaring that he was allied with
traitors. 2 he resignation of the Captain
General was soon afterwards an Doun ced No
act of violence was committed.
Tbe volunteers now have full control, and
are really the governing power of the island.
Several lieutenant-governors and civil officers
of high rank, accused of connivance with the
rebels, are to be immediately relieved of their
offices. The insurgents in several recent en?
counters have gamed slight advantages over
The volunteers in Matanzas, folbwinsr the
example of those in Havana, assembled before
the government palace tbere and demanded
the immediate resignation of the Governor of |
Matanzas. Their demand was acceded to, and
Colonel Leon is now act inp: as Governor. No
outrages were committed, and at last accounts
order was maintained. The City of Havana re?
mains exceedingly quiet, but the public anxiety
is intense. A special steamer has been order- j
ed to be in readiness to convey General Dulce
to Spain, and it is expected he will depart with?
in a day or two.
Advices from 8antiaeo to Thursday last are
to the effect that tho filibusters who recent ly
landed at tbe Bay of Mpe had escaped to tbe
interior, leaving behind them some material ol
war, including four guns, for want of transpor?
tation. The government accounts of the anVr
at the Bay of Nipe are much exaggerated, and
the landing of the filibusters causes a depres?
sion in bu-mess. The Spaniards aro uncertain
of the future.
The steamer Montezuma reports having
Bighted a schooner which had landed muni?
tions of war on the island of Cuba, adjacent lo
the Bay of Nipe, just as abe was leaving.
A fight took place at Villa Clara between
twelve hundred insurgente and a company of
troops. A passenger reports that ho saw
twenty-two of the troops dead; tho others were
wounded or captured except tnro:.
ANTECEDENTS OW THE KEW BXVOLT.
According to the new Cuban advices from
Havana, the dissatisfaction of tbe 8panteh vol?
unteers, which has just resulted in outbreak
arofco from a belief that General Pelaez and
other chide were making money ont of the wai
instead of fighting the rebels. Pelae z was ac
DU*ed, more than a mooth ago. ot assisting
Ju ban s to escaoe for a bribe, and in a more re?
sent case of escape or reprieve, the charge ?UH
been revived. The charge against Pelaez
in its more recent shape is that be and
ala colleagues have been trying to en
taige and protract the . war in tbe neigh
aood of Cienluegos and Trinidad -in older to
all their pockets and obtain promotion. This
piaf) they pursued in Santo Domingo. It was
'or the purpose of investigating tbe charge
tbat for loree sums, Pelaez and his friends had
seen selling salto-conduelas, or safe conducts,
ihat General Dulce determined to visit Cte:.
facgos. He abandoned his purpose on ac
s-junt of failing health and now dansera in
Havana. Another circumstance goes to ex
Slain the new outbreak. The Capta lu-General
avine saved trom death isidro Hernandez ol
santa Clara, the volunteers of the place muti?
nied, demanded tbe life ot tao prisoner and in?
sulted tho Governor, lt was feared that,
though some of them bad been put m prism
Dtbers would be ab!e to subject tho prisaoer to
sarbaritks. Tbe same doings have happened
n various parts of the island, which is now uo
ioubt, completely under control of tho Spanish
rank and file.
The latest Washington dispatches say :
Admiral Hoff reporta from Matanzas, the
27th, that the feelings of animosity between
the volunteers and tho Cuban element is much
les 3 th tn he had been led to bel eve when at
Havana, on the 20tb. A stranger would not
suspect a revolution to be m progression.
Lieutenant-Commander Eastman reporteJ
tbat the railway to Puerto Principe has been
repaired, and locomotive and freicht cara como
down to Nnevitas at a slow rate, taking three
days to go forty-cigbt miles, guarded by 2000
On the 8th or 10th of May. bands of insur?
gents attacked the convoy of a train, ?itfe-nted
them, destroyed the br?deos built by tho Span?
iards, and captured forty-th reo cilicrd a id
men. including a colon?!. This is the on y
decided success thorevdnliouists have lately
li jL The removal of Gsncral Letica l y ib<!
G??rnor, and the appuinimcnl of Gcucxal
Lcrana to succoed b'ai; ?rave great dissatisfac?
tion. In conncquorcc of tho successful land?
ing >t exueditiois in thc Distric1 ofGuanta
nimo and tt.c defeat of tho Si aniards in tho
recent encasements there, the insurgents bad
been greatly strengthened and new life infused
into the rebellion whop, to all appearance-, it
was dying out two weeks previously.
?EW YORK-Per steamship James Adgor-1 bags
Sea Island and 211 bales Upland Outton, 1UO
tierces Klee, OS cale* Yaru, 51 bbls Rosin. 1(16
Kmpty Barrels, 23 packages sundries, 28'J Obis
Potatoes, 1397 crates Vegetable.
Charleston Cotton and lt icc market.
IFF1CB Or THE CHARLESTON L-A.lL - NE WP, i
CHABLESTOX. Saturday Evcnfnc, June S. I
COTTON.-With limited supplies and a continued
emand prices hid an upward tendency, and hard
ned about %c ? ft. Sales near 600 bales, viz: 3
t 24; 5at 36; 61 at 33%: 1 at 27; 10 at 27%; 43 at
7%; 153 at 38; 33 at ?8% ; 63 at 28% ; 4 at 33%; 13 st
9; 37 at 29%; 4 at 39?; 16at 19%. Wequote:
Ordinary to BOOd ordinary.26%?26
By New York classi fl carim wo luote:
B ICE.-Thia grain continued dull, and prices were
reak, but factors offer only to a limited extent,
ales about 90 tierces of clean Carolina, say ll
?erees at 7%c; 85 do. at 7%; 40 do. ai 8\. We-quote
ommon to fklr clean Carolina at 7%@7%;good 8S>
?o ? fe. _>
Marketa ky Tclegrapk.
LONDON, June 1-Noon.-Consolf, 92%. Bond?,
inlet at 80% Tallow, 43s 6d.
Paars, June 6.-Bourse steady; rentes, 71 and 22.
LIVERPOOL, June 6-Noon.-Cotton firmer, but
lot higher; uplands, 11%; Orleans, llJ?d; sales j
A l te moon.-Cotton active; uplands, 11%; Qr
taxa, HJ?d; sales 15.C00 balee. Lard, 71s 3d. Tal
ow, 5 ls.
H A VEX. June 6-Afternoon.-Cotton opened buoy
nt; spot, 1 42%.
NXw YOBS, June 5-Noon - Stork i feverish. Mo
ley 6J7. tterliug 9?. Gold 38%. Mxty-two's
2%; North Caro Jnus 60%; new 5C% ; Yitginias,
?ld, 57%; new Cl%; Tcunesseea. ex-coupon. 67%;
tew 64%; Lou sianae, old, 72% asked ; Levees cr>%
Nour 6o lower. Wheat shade firmer. Corn lc bet?
er. Pork $11 13%. Lard dull at 18%al9. Cotton
inner at 30% i;:0%. Tur entine 45%. Bosm quiet;
itraineu $2 4'J. Freighte declining.
Evening-Coton flem; tales 3500 bales at 30%.
Flour beivy ; 5c lower. Wheat i-carce and a shade
Irmer. Corn tearre and lc better; old mixed West?
on 9Ga98%. Whiskey lower at 98a98%. Al ess
Pork $31 35. Lard lower; kettie 10al9%. Naval
?torrs quie'. Groceries quiet and steady. Freights
Dull and drooping. Money easier at Ca? ; discounts
dull at 7a9. Gold c'osed finner at 88!*. Merlmg
firm at 9%. Government s closed weak. Sixtj-two's
22%. Southern se utities quiet Stecke dull, fever?
ish and nnaetfed. Specie exporta Uns wt ck h?lf a
BALTIXOBX June 5-Cotton very firm at 30 c.
Flour lairly active and unchanged. Grain entirely
unchanged exceot mix'd corn, quoted at 87a88 ..
Provisions unchanged. Whisker wtak at Kial 02
CPWnnitTT, J me 6.-Whiskey active at 9?c.
Pork held bisher; buyers offer $3150 Bacon firm
Shoulders 13%c. Mdts 17al7%c; bcld Licker.
Hams 18%al9%c. Lard neglected ; Leid at 18%c.
ST. Lonni, June 6.-whiskey dull .t 91c. Provis?
ions firm. Pork $32. Bacon held firmly, bhoul
Xl Ci Vyiianiiuui wu
dtrs Kc. tides 17Xal7%o. Hams 20a30;tc. Lard
Lo ci BTU. LE, Jane 5-Flour quiet at $4 75. Pro?
visions firm. Hess pork S3160. Bacon 'boulders
13al3*i ; clear aides 17J?; facy sugar-cured nama 19.
Lard 18 ??. Baw whit key 96.
WILMINGTON, June 6.-Spirits of turpentine 40)?.
Boam quiet at tl 75a$5 7i?*. Crude turpentine un?
changed. Tar un chang ed.
AUGUSTA, June 5.- Cotton a shade firmer. De?
mand fair. Liverpool middling 28c. Sales 262 bales.
Receipts 67 bales.
SAVANNAH, June 6.-Market very firm at 22>?, ask?
ing 29; sales 460 bales; receipts 449 bales; exports
MOBILE, June 5.-Cotton firm with active de?
mand; sales 1700 ba'es; low middling 27,J?a27>i; re?
ceipts 4 bales.
Nzw Oauun, Jone 6.-Gotten firmer; middling
28)?; sales 2666 bales; receipts 173 bales; exports
8123joles. Gold SS?.'. Sterling 51a51 |?. New York
sight par a1? d'ecount. Sugar-common lOall;
prime l3,'aal3,V- Molasses- fermenting 45?52
' Boston Alar h eu
BOSTON, June 3.-COFFEE - ! here is very little
doing in this article, sad stocks continue to be held
above the views of buyer a. We quote Java at 24a
25c gold, and Bio at 20a22c V m. currency, bcarcely
any ht Domingo in first bands, and prices are quite
Conon-This article bas met with a very good de
maxd the past week, and grades above good oi di na?
ry have advanced and are scarce, advices from
abroad are more favorable, and with prospectivo
light receipt* for the balance of the season, Eastern
manufacturers have been starting up more freely.
1 be sales have b*en at 21|?a25l?c for ordinary; 26a
21c for good ordinaay; 28>4a29? for low middling,
and 29Xa3Cc for middlings, including uplands and
DOMESTICS -Cottons have been moro active but at
low prices, som? considerable lots ot leading styies
having beet, taken at a concession. Woollens are
also oeginnioawto attract more attention on account
of the low prices at which goods are now offered,
but the business on the wnole i> sUll very unsatla
G CN NT Baas.-Market qu'et, and prices are nomi?
nally 16o, currency.
GC.VNT CLOTH.-Quiet bat firm, with salen of 200
bales at 22*^*230, currency, and IOU bales at 9>,'c,
gold, In bond.
HAT.-There have been sales of Eaotern and
Northern at $18(24 ; one choice lot at S25a27 ft ton.
NAT?A Ia TOBES.-In spirits turp?n trna the salee
have been mo lerate at 48c per gallon. In tar and
pitch nothing of any consequence bas been done.
In rosin eales of 1200 bbl! No. 2, in good shipping
order, at $2 86a3 per bbl.
WILMINGTON, June 5.-1 u RTENTINE -27 bola
arrived and were sold at f 2 SO for sott and $1 70 fot
>FIBTTS TURPENTINE.-Sales of 61 casks at 4lu,
and 273 cae ?s at 40J?c.
ROSIN.-sales of 497 bbls at SI 73 for strained, dc
liveied, t3 75 for No. I. sud SS 1*1* for pile.
TA* -balta of CO bbls at fi 25.
X ai ti vii tc market.
NASHVILLE. Jun? 3.-COTTON-Market Armand
active, and good demand. W? quote: Ordinary 33?
23)4c; good ord nary 24%a25c; low middling 25)?a
NASHVILLE COTT iN BTATEHEKT.
Stock on hand september 1, 1868.CO
Received to-day. 47
Received previously.CO,130- 50,177
Shipped to-day. 360
Stock on hand.1,735
COB? -Wc heard ot ?ales today ot GOO bnsbels
loose at 70c. aLd ebipatnte of 1G0O bushels at 82 and
82>ic yacked and lu depot.
WHEAT.--ales of 160 bushels wheat in store at
SI 50 a 'ushcl.
OATS.-bales ot 100 bushels oats delivered in depot
A ug u st a Market.
A?G?>TA, June 4.-Corros-Our market for
thin staple, darin;.' the week under review, has been
qui'oartlve anJ trices have rapidly aJv.nc d say
JtfaJir each day. 'Inert due icu lu stock, together
with th . improvements In other markets, have in?
duced all ciasso* ol buycis to opt ra: e; low gra Jes
have felt tho advance mote in proportion than the
hli brr, and meet wnb a more iead; sale. The mar?
ket thi* morning was .?rou., and exclt. dunder an
acvancmg mariel in New York. His hardlv possi?
ble to give correct quotations, but at the present
writing wc quo'e 1 )v?rpeol middling ?cc: low mid.
ol ng 27Ji; uood ordinary '.'Cl, ; but it iff very diffi?
cult to mako sales to any extent at thesengU'es;
sales ol 'bo W-C'A amount to lt>09 bales, and receipt*
173 biles. 1 he receipts of tho present season com?
laroi with last ye:r. exhibit a falliug off ot M 849
b iles a> will be seen below
Receipts from Kept 1, 1667 to Mav 31, 1868 . .104 967
Receipts present season to Hay 31. 92,118
Stock on hand to day by actual accoun', 4579 bales
Below we present oar regular monthly statement
AUGUSTA COI TOM STATEMENT, MA y 31. 18C9.
stock on band September 1, JH?8. 1 607
Receipts wince to date.92,H8-93,725
Exports and borne consumption.88.425
Stock i n hand May 31.5,300-93.725
stock ou bind tu Au&nata uud Hamburg May 31st,
1899. HO, 1BCS and 18C9.
1859. I860. 180H 18.9.
Auca^ta. 2G,H'2 19 005 5?'0 0,300
uMUburj/. S014 311 66I? .
30,420 2C.21J 6750 6101
Receipts to M ty 31..225.C00 223 334 104.9C7 92 118
Cons-Is firm wita au upward tendency. Tue
stock is ronsiderabl' mluced again and receipts
1 cht. Prices luve fluctuated considerably dnrirg
thc week. St nie sale*''t ing mudu ai low as $110.
by car load. We quste to-i?ay. for white, ST 16*183,
irom ''cpo', with au undi ipatcd advuusc on the part
WHEAT-Srm? few lots cf new whoa*, have been
received dutiDg tte week, thc Ural lot brioglnc *3,
choice white. Kales bav.- aluce been mad-; at &2 6U
und ? 2 25 tor the samu quality, old wheat is dull
and 1OW>T. >o impaction* u' c? n:*rqneucc to rt
poit. White, S2a2 10; rel, SI 80 2.
GEOr.GETO'VN, June 4-COTTON.-No tales this
week. We quote iron 25 io 27c per lb.
C'OBN.-frime white corn SI 10 per bushel.
TlafBSB.-Receipts 300 sileas, faits 120 slicks
erdinary and luir mill timber at 8 to 14c. Market
lo king up. and prospect of increased demand tor
larcc, long timber.
?UBPENTTSE-Yellow dip $2 75 ; scrape or hard
$1 25; virgin dip $4 per bbl. of 280 lbs. to the bbl.
Interior Cotton Markets.
MONTGOMERY, Jute 4.-Montgomery cotton
market steaoy ; low middling 2Ca2C,'4-.
SELMA, Juno 3.-Sales 10 bales. Demand light.
Stock offering is principally low cotton. We quote
low middlings 25,s to 26}?c.
COLUMBIA, Jnne 5.-There wis but a small quan?
tity of cotton offered durm^ tho pastwo<?k. Ail cot?
ton brought to market, however, was readily sold, on
a basis ol vC?? for middlings.
MACON, June 4.-The demand to-day was good.
The stock in this mirket ls steadily tednclng. Wc '
quote middlings 2G>; .. Receipts to-day 00 bates;
shipments 295 bales ; salej 77 bales. Stock on hand
Savannah Weekly Market.
SAVANNAH, Juno 3.- COTTON.-At the close of
our lust weekly report we noticed a dull and droop?
ing market for co'ton; un the opening of tho wetk
antler review, however, the Liverpool aud New York
markets assumed a firmness which has been sus?
tained throughout tho ? eek. 'i hu declino in gold
has bad the effect of giving a steady and a./changed
mark-1 in Nw Vork but we t otice an udvance of
;?d in tho Liverpool market, which will give confl
dence to ho derB ol the staple cn this side of the
water, lb? market cloted quiet at tbe following
quotations: Miadllug 28; low middling V7>i ; good
.EA I6LAN.'.-lhere continues to bo a moderate
demand for this staple, and a cu.all bueinrsj has
been done at the quotations annexed. The sales m
Liverpool have for wt oks been on the most retail
scale, and tue: e are no symptoms of improvement.
Our market, 1-, however, scaice'y effected by this,
the stock on sale being insignificant W> quote
common Flo:id - ami G orgias 45a5U; medium Flori?
das 6>aG0; ?o od Florida* 63a75.
. i bo receipts at this port t-iuce May 27th cmount
to 1730 ta.es upland and 9 b ile- sea lslau.i. ot which
1418 wero r vfcive-1 per Central Rai ruad, 288 bales
upland and 5 bales seai'lM d per Atlant c and Galt
R.iilroul, 3 t>om landings on tho savannah River,
and 8 hairs sea island lrom Florida aud the cast
'1 he exports lor the ? une time havo been 5232 bait?
uplands and 133 bales sc i id md, or w?leu S4S4
bales upland and 70 tales sea ?eland were sh'pped
to Liverpool, 1038 balee upland and C3 hale, sci is?
land were suJoin-d to New York, and 534 balea up
land to PM adelplda.
?ICE-Ve-y dull and ?tock small. Clean, common
to prime,7*ia8!i'~ nominally; interior rough $1 50a
1 75; sea coast do SI 7?a2per busbo'. fctoca of clean
rice at present in thu city 250 tierces.
COLUMBUS. Jnne 4.-COTTON-For the past t ro
wecke seasons have been good The skies have
uecn clear and atmosph?re very warm. Crops have
revved and are lookingw?dl. 'ibmada* retreating
showers fell, and the Drospects OTP good tor more.
. 'otlonisat least three weeks bacLward. and but
lit le new cotton can be oxrected beforo september
1st. > ince the war not exceedlug 3u bales bave oecn
received anv season previous to th it date. Very lit?
te cotton remains io be brotigbt In ibis season
Tho demand his not been verv active, nor has the
offe lng stock been large. Middlings, on account of
their scarcity, command relatively higi tr prices It
ls, however d fflcuit to pureba-e them, unless by
luking them wiib lots composed chiefly o inferior
grades which are in litde request. Middl ngs, on
?atui'dav. were quoted at 26c; on Monday, 'luesdav
and Wed' e.-day at 2C>?c, end Thursday 27o bv sb p
pe a Tnestay a croD of 40 bale-? broucht 26,'?c.
Thu - ed av 50 l^c was refused for a crop of 63 bale!1,
classed ss a good style of low middling.
Tho stock counted t -day th 'WS 2112 biles, of
wticb tbout 800 baies are held by ?ocal speculators.
On tha ?reek the stock has decreased 062 bales. Ail
Interior stocks haye been greatly reduced.
The warehouses report the following salee: Satur?
day 6 bales; Monday 127; Tuesday 17; Wednesday
133; 1 hursday 27; to-day's sales 124 bales. Mo mid?
dlings hardly are offered except in mixed lots. The
stock is light. A crop of 63 bales, classed good style
low middling,at private sale, brought 27%c. Xbe
following are the closing nominal quotations: Ordi?
nary 25c; good oidlnary 26; lew middlings 26%;
middlings 27; good mi J J ines 27%a28c
Warehou-c sales for the week 434 bales. Week's
receipts 33 bales aga'nst 21 tho corresponding week
of last season, and 44 the previous week of this year.
Shipments 867 bales.
WEEKLY COTTON 8TATEHZNT.
Stock on hand Sept 1st, 1868. 280
Received past week. 33
Beoeived previously.47,776-17 809
Shipped past week. 8S7
Shinnied previously.45,110 46,977
Stock on hand June 4,1869.,.. 2,112
[Tale corresponds to actual count taken this after?
lonsigaetapersoutn (. azotina itaiiroa?
286 bales Cotton, 10 bales Domestics. 35 boxes To?
bacco, 312 bbls Naval Stores, 9 cars Wood. To B R
Agent, Petter, Rodgers A Co, G H Hoppook, W P
Dowlrn : k Co. R Mure A Co, Goldsmith A SOD, Jno
Marshall, C D Brahe A Co, Bavenol A Co, Geo W
Williams A Co, C Litschsl, and OrJer.
Consign?es per Northeastern flallroad
7 bales Cotton, 116 bushels Bough Bice, -?38 bbls
Naval Mores, cars Lumber, Wood, hhds and bbls
Old Iron, Mdse, Ac. To Kinsman A Howell, S D
Stoney, needer ft Davis, W B Bratlsford J V Barden,
Bischoff A Co, Wagener A Monseea, Qumby A Co,
Dr H tl Haig, P Moran, J Marshall. Jr, A B Mu li?
gan, J A Quackenbuah, Geo W Williams A Co, Grae
ser A smith, J M ol lord, Gaillard A Minott, J Mur t
Per steamship Jamos Adger, for New York-J
MoConkey, J Cann >n, J Peder, Mrs E M AtpCarthy
and two children, Alisa H A Woolf, MrsN > Illings.
Thoa 8 Budd, C H Randolph, G H borttell. G H
Forre, Mrs Randolph. Miss M Rjburn, Miss G A
Forco, M rs Lacount, H Campsen, Louis Lee, J Hop?
kins and wife. Urs E White, Miss J White, A J Vre
aonbergb, J H Gobel, J E Stenhouse, E Lee, W h
Warran and lady, Mrs Sturckie, Miss Snearse, Jos
Walker sud nile, Mrs Levy, child and nurse, J W
Rjrua.d au 1 wife. Geo Robertson and wife, Ml; s
Bndd, Miss Walkor, M H seymour and wile. Miss L
Robb, Miss K Fuller. C E Waring ami lady, Clinton
Buckingbum, Capt F E Otis, Mrs T Hardy. Miss
Hall, G L cook. Mrs Gould. Mrs Wilsen, J Gifford.
H Foster and ladv, Mrs J K Thorn, two children and
senant, J Hoffmen, Mrs E P Cauinette, Mrs S
Green, and 17 deck.
Per steamship Saragossa, from New York-Miss
Katy Dill, S Perrine and wife, F S Wheeler. Master
R Mather, S N AspinwaH. Catharine Bowles ami two
infants, Oliver Lorine Misa M S Mather, G M Nye,
F Rcsenbrook, nad 4 steerage.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-Mrs
Lt Bidgate, Mr F C Jacote. K tl stanley, Wm A De
Cawdry, capt John McCormick.
Per sf amer Cit> Point, from Savannah-Hanlon
and lady. W B ./ounsion. J W Frazer, C Wilkinson,
M: a White and daughter, Mrs Searles, O ora ham, J
C Itodgors, ? ol U a Elder, J G Hall, Capt Millward.
C D Humphries sud lady, Miss Plummer, Aire
Jam? s, Uro Bryce, H T Nevera. J S Pinkers, hn Mrs
fl ll ir ck m ad, Mrs Hobbes, J C Kear..ey. E D shan,
J E Poulnot, Mrs A Chisolm, J J Monroe, v A
Walsh J Mott Middleton, C A Hoyt, U Broadhua. J
D Ellis, F Lowder, J Graham, Mrs Jackson, Mrs
Gifford, Mrs He. ward, J W Keep and lady, F W
Hutchins. E L Wells, h M Seabrook, G W bartlett,
and 6 on deck.
JPort ot C heir lenton, June T.
FHA rs or THE si?>>.
List Qnarter. 2d, 2 hours, 1 minnie, ino nine.
New Moon, 9;b, 10 hours, 43 minutes evening.
First Qnarter. I6th, 9 hours, 0 ojluntes, evening.
Full Moon. 23d, 8 bnuis. 19 minuit? morning.
Sehr Sarah Cullon. Avis, Philadelphia, G days,
Coal. To H F Baker A Co, Courtenay A Tren holm,
std T J Kerr Ato.
Mesmer City Point, McNelty. Savannah. Mdse.
To JD Aiken A Co, Monett A Wharton, Fraser A
Dill. Cohen, Hanckel A Co, M Goldsmith A Son,
Waiker, Evans A Cogswell, G Ingrabarn A Son. s C
Builroad, Dr J R Solomons, Shackellord A Kelly,
McCall, R Arnold.
Steamship Saragossa, Byder, New York-left
Wednesday, P M. Mdse. To Ravonel A Co, Rail?
road Agents, Jas Allen, G W Almor, J M k J C Alex
ai der, (I D Abren?, Andrews A Salvo, A Paldwin,
Hart k Wirth, U nisi h ff A Co, J Baker, T W Ulis?,
W C Be; A Co, T M Bristol! J Commins, Cameron k
Barkley. W H Cbalee A Co, W H Chopin. H Col ia k
Co, J Campsen ti Co, J B Duval k s OJ, Dowie A
Moiso, Edgerton und lticLurde. Lewis Elias, FurcB
gutt A Bio, ti Feldmann, C Gravelly, J W Harri - -or,
t> N Han & Co. A J Harris, Jennings, Thomliusou k
Co. Johnston frews & Co, Jeffords k Co, H Klattc k
Co, Knox. Daly k Co. C Kerrison. Krcitc A Chapman,
J Kelly, Lcmtnick &-oil, Laurey A Alexander, J G
Milner k ('o, Md oy k Bice, Ellen MceJuire, J U
Messeler, Mnntone ,V Co, Menke A M tiller, HcvD A
Marsh ill. W -. Mullland, Osteulorff A- Co, lt O'Neill,
J II Read k Co, Beicke lc siLachte, Vi shepiiero. A
o St'nc, southern Express Company, C Mackley,
Moll, Weeb k Co, ti W SU?Vu? i: Cn, W (i Irotl, J
H Vouera, W. gelier A: Mon-* es, Weruer & Ducker E
S burnham. B Bates k Co. M Clark. W J Yates, F
VDU Saaten, J Thomson, w G Wbflden & Co, li
Cuhca * co. Kinsman k ? rn, x M McCarthy, and
other*. On the 1th, oil cape Lookout, passed steam?
ships North l'oint ai d Herman Livingston, and uzi
5i ? stcauitlii.i Proa.etheua. liad stiong hoad galed
Steamship sei Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left 3d
inst, p M. Mdse. To Mordecai 4: Co, Courtenay fe
iicuholm. s <; B lt Agent, N E lt H Agent, C D
Brahe. J C Hlolnue, Holtmann Dros.W O fice & Co, W
M Bird k Co, V Brutus, BulwinLle k Cn, f C Bor?
ner, U Cobla k Co, W ll Cuatoe k Co, J Campsen k
CO, Douglass lt Miller. W C Duies k Co. A W
BcboUl A Co, L Elias, U Feldmiuu .Nc e'o, J II Graver
A Co, Goodrich, Wmcman k Co, J Heines, Jenuings.
ihomlinsou k Co, J-fiord* A Co, ICD Kricke,
Knet- k Chapman. 17 Klatte k Co, G J Lu bu, J
Lockwood, Lauroy A Alexander, Mercantile Co ope?
rative Association, Kiernan f; Borger, 1'uul, Welch A
A Ur?mie*. O.is PII?II?LS, J N Hobson, O catilman.
W Schmidt, G W Steffens k Co, Urs A C Smith, lo
bla*.' .'ons. T Tupper A Son?, Tait A How Um J, O
1 ld. mau. W L Webb, J H Wubrman. West k Joues.
sehr A E Glover, leny, Bo-ion, 12 d lye, Ice und
Hay. To A Gage A Co. Vessel to M Goldsmith k
steamer Planter, White, Savannah. To Jno Fer?
Brig H C Brooks, Briggs, Matanzas. Molasses. To
W P Hall.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York-Jae
Adger A Co.
Behr Leila, Fuss, Baltimore via Sntilla River-J A
Enslow A Co.
Steamship James Adg.T, Lockwood, New York.
Sohr Heory Allen, I atea, Philadelphia.
Sehr Uela, Foss, ?otiila River, Ga
from this **oru
Sehr A Leland, Bennett, Boston, June 2.
Up for this Port.
Sehr M E Faber, Aldridge, at New York, June 3.
Cleared tor this Port.
Steamship J W Everm in, Snyder, at Philadelphia
The Hinnah L'zzie, Ferguson, at Liv rptol, May 20.
siiipucw.s i? ie'nerrapiti
SAVANNAH, June 5.-Anived Virgo, New York;
brig Mary fc, Hiu m. New Orlcaus.
Sailed, MB Jacinto and Huntsville, >ew York;
North Poiut, Bil inure.
Juue G.- arrived, steamer Barnes, New York;
bark Lc Heitad, Lu-too.
WILMINGTON, Juno 5.-Arrived, Fairbanks, New
Cleared, Rebecca Cly e. New York; Jae A Gary,
ni ?ino-J- uta.
The t rig Al by Watson, from Georgetown S C" ar.
rived at lojton, June 2.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C., JONE 2.
June 1-lehr Palm :, Pierce, for New York.
June 2-Sehr James Jone?, Jouea, lor New York.
1.1ST Ol- VKSSKI.>
d'. CLEARED AND SAILED FOI! u U/S POET.
Tho Hannah Lizzio, Ferguson, cleared
Tho Chiton, Wi.Hums, sailed.
The Mannie, Robertson, sailed.
Bark Sicilian, Percival, cleared.May 27
Sehr M K Faber, Aldridge, up.June 3
Behr Frank Palmer, Latham, e'eared.May 31
Sehr A t*ia E (Hover, len y, cleared.May 18
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, cleat ed.May 26
Sehr Daybreak, Blake, up.May 15
. Sf tuI'K
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder cleared.June 2
Sehr J M Richards, Irving, cleared.May 22
Sehr Minnie, Hudson, cleared.May 26
8ciT Lilly, Hughes, up.May 26
Steamship J W Evennan, Snyder, cleared.. .June 3
Brig Josie A Devereux, Clark, up....May 18
Sehr Nettie Richardson, Davis, up.May 28
^ffdjinfrn, Casting (Str.
FLOUR AND CORN MILLS
ALL COMPLETE, FUBNI9HED AT SHORTEST
NOTICE, and of the nost improved style and
Four of the said Mills are in operation in this city
noT, and have all proved satisfactory and superior
to all others.
Bolting Cloth, Bereen Wire, Aa., constantly on
hand. HABI k MUNSON.
Utica, New Torie.
For particulars apply to the undersigned, where
the Mills can be seen in full operation daily. '
JOHN CA MPs EN k CO.,
Agents tor South Carolina,
Maren ll ibm amos Charleston, 8. C.
A[EETI \ G-STREET FOUNDRY.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various suet
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL COHN
MILLS, SUGAR MILL9, SUOAB BOILERS
AND PANS, of aU sizes
HOBSE POWERS AND OIN GEARING, from 0 to
16 feet in diameter 4
IMPROVED LEVER COf TON PRESSES for Hand.
power, Saw and Rice Milla
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all description!
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, ?t?., dc,
WILLIAM S. HENERET,
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER.
CHARLESTON, f. C.
Autruht 3 mws
p II O V I \ IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.
CAMERON 6i CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers Sec.,
Noe. 4, 6. 8, 10 and 12 PRIT CB A RD-STREETS,
(NEAB THE SST DOOK. )
Charleston, S. O.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATION Alt ? AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHER9 AND Al ILLS ?F EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND G If ARIN G
IRuN FRONTS FOR BU LI .DIN GS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OH
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of a? good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can be bad in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcrofts Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 Die 3mos
F lt O M 4 Tl? 350
horse power, mending the
celeniateJ Corliss, e ut-oil
Engines, slide Valve Sta
tiouarv Engines. Portable
Engines, kc. Also. Circu?
lar Mulay and Gang '.aw
Mills, sugar Cane il lls,
shading Iiillers. kc. Lath
and >hinglo Mills. Wheal
and Corn Mills, Circulai
.saws Reltintr, vc. fend
tor descriptive Circular an?.
WOOD k MANN STEAM hNGINE CO..
February ?N 6mos Utica, New Yurt.
Prujjs, (?l)rtnif?l5, Otr.
ID IR, u a- s
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MARKET,
HAS ALWAYS ON HAND. AND WILL SELL AT
TfiL LOWEJT MARKET RATES :
HUFELAND'S GERMAN BI ITTERS
JAYNE'S ALTERATIVE, EXPECTORANT,
RAD WAY'S MEDICINES
DEAD cHOT, &c.
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR T?E HAIR
CHALFANT'S COCOA CREAM, &c.
NO CURE! NO PAY!
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
DRUGS INO MEDICINES.
THB UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both city and country purchasers to his large
Btockof DnUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PEEFUM
EKY, FANCY GOODS Ac, Ac, al of which be of?
fers at the lowest market rates.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR?
jprng?, Cixttitals, (Ste.
rp H E BISHOP PILLI
TI?E BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARV BISHOP PILL,
"Is of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "Thebest PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
49- All Druggist! in CHARLESTON sen them.
" COSTAE'S "
"Cottar's" Kat, Roach, &c.. External's.
'/co-tar's" Bed Bug Exterminators.
"Costar's" (only pure; Inseet Powder.
"Only Infallible Bemeriiea known."
"18 year* established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily."
M 11 Beware 111 of spurious ImHataona."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sett them."
For $1, $2, $3 and $3 sizes, Address
Ito. 13 Howard-street, New Torie
Sold In CHARLESTON, S. C., by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
sealed add warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest discovery
of its kind In the age we
?ivs in. No person need
be troubled with BATS,
MICE, BED BOGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Iaaacsen's destructive reaied^ is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness ia
as wonderful as its efficacy. Bundieds of testimo?
ni?is have bea n received irom all parts of the United
The great advantage this SUBE POP possesses
over al! .?ireliar preparations ls the PACT that it is
Certain In Its Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness bf rats dying in
their holes, aa it causes thom to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them BO entirely as to
Ko Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ot reference? can be made to
Persons In this City,
who have successfully used iL
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTiBS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 23 ru wt 6mo Charleston, 8. C.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE
HS-Xl) BITTERS EQUAL TO THEN..**
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
mado of PUuE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, sc
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
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And such other H EBBS AND ROOTS as will in all
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNG AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE!
All Usc It With Wonderful Succ?s
TO THE PALE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Atk lor SUMTER RUTERS, bold by Druggist!
A3rbee that our signature is over the cork of each
bottle. DOWIE & MOISE.
POPRIKTOBS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
May 18_16*_Charle?. 8. C.
Purities the Blood.
For Sale by Druse'*** Everywhere.
Julvl? 04C '..
J_?OLME8 Ot MACBHTH,
No, 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, 6. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, BEAL ESTATE
GENERAL COfilMISSlOJi AGESTS
Will atttend to Beating and J Reeling or Benti
and purchase and ea'o ol feto^-f, Bonds, 6old.
Silver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies forpir'-U
In the country apon reasonable terms.
GKOBOE L. HOLMES.aXCmtPO MACBBTV
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE A
K ETA IL.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND Q UAL1TT.
A.RU. 8TOOK?F WHITE PINE, FE O AI % TO
13 iDche? thick clear aod well seasoned,
lae attention of Builders and others ia esp*daly
requested. . .
sMlMffirr. Black Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Whit?
Oak, Poplar Boards and Planks. Bo-?wood and Xs
boga ny Venera, Beweis, Balusters, fte.; also afr
Manufacturer's Prices, Sae hes, Blinds, Doon, and all
kinds of Moulding?. . . . ...
Spruce tmara and ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Laths, Ac, constantly on hand and for sale in quan?
ti tl oe to suit purchasers, by
L H. h - iX st CO.,
Successors to late J. N. Wood, Agent,
Northwest corner Martet-street and East Bay.
ISAAC WATT. Hew York . >
I. H. Bau. f m vi hom April 8
gTKAJl SASH, JULINU
L. E. CORDRAY & CO,
No. 2 PR1TCRARD-STREET,
OPPOSITE J. F. TATLOB k CO/8 MACHINB
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE ?ltSHES,
MOULDINGS, Ac., made np at short no?
tice, and at the lowest terms.
L. E. COBDRAY.0. A. TBOUCHE
March 23 3mo
Sdi TH C AK OLIN A KAI LRU All.
QENEBAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CKASUSTOW. H. C., April 9.186?. _|_
ON AND APTER SOTDAY, A PB IL IITB, THB
PA6%C:aEB TRAINS of th* South Carolina
Railroad will rup as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston.8.70 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 K M..
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester P.?fl>
road, ana Camdon train.
FOR CH ABLESTON.
Leave Augusta.O.oo A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.B.10 P.M.
Leave Columbia.716 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M,
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.80 P. M..
Arrive at Aturusta.?10 A. If,
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, va Grand Junction.
I eave Augusta.4.16 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.100 A. H.
COLUMBI* NIGHT EXPRESS.
(SUNDAYS KXCZPTED.) .>
Leave Charleston.AOS P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. M.
Connecting i sundays excepted) with Greenville and'
Leave Columbia.8.80 P. M.
Arrive st Charleston.6.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.8.36 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.6.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.16 A. af
Camden and columbi ? Pacsenaer Trails on M "*-.
DAYS, WKLMSDATB and SATOTUMTS, connects with
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.36 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.1L00 A M.
Arrive at Camden.M. .7.63 P. M.
Signed) B. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General suoenntendent,
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are moat desirable for quality,
finish and price. <
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled?
VAULT DOORS, *
FAMILY PLATE SAFES.
Pkaee send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers) .
" . . . (205 Broadway, Nerty Yorh.
Principal 372i Chestnnt St., Ptyla.
Warehouses }lfj8Bank St^ cieTelatod.O
And for sale by our agents iii I
principal cities throughout ?he
FOR SALE BY
-WM. M. BJ RD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
ROOMS AT HTS RESIDENCE. NORTHWEST COf
NEB OF MEETING AND SOCIETY STREETS.
November JO fmwdnoe