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TILE DAILY ?EWS.
"Give me e cap made ot the clay from which I
?j?ne, ead nader which T ehali Ile when dead."
Give me a gob'et made of clay
Mot si v?r>white, nor raddy gold:
is If good, what matters it, I pray,
what cop the wine may hold ?
At advera, da gold I laugh
When I the sparkling liquid quaff.
Gire nea goblet made of clay,
For thence Bret came this flame of mine;
And winn De* h shall bare crained aome day
The soul within like wine,
Thea wilt the empty cup. my hame,
aw Belum to that from which it came.
A LEAF FROM HISTORY.
THE BTATEMENT OF ED MAN SPANGLES.
TXae Assassination Plot- Spangler De
- ?lavre* kW laaaaocoatee-Hie Aasest and
Trial - ConflBcmtnt at I ne Capitol
Prlsoa-Life at the Dry Tortagaa
On trage? ea Prisoners, ?e.
Edman Spangler, who was tried and sen ten c
ed by a military commissi m in May, 1866, on a
-charge of being engaged in tbs plot to assas?
sinate President Lincoln, and who waa pardon?
ed by President Johnson at the doss of bis
administration, baa prepared a statement, as?
serting bis innocence of all knowledge ol the
crime, .and detailing th3 ciuerties practiced on
aha prisoners before and after con vic ti OD . I
Bpaogler, it will be recollected, was a scene
ah if; er at Fords Theatre, and was 00 the I
stage in that capacity when J. Wilkes
'Sooth shot Mr. Lincoln and jumped from I
the DOE. Ee also at times cared lor Booths
horse. The evidence against bim was of
the flimsiest character. Nearly everybody be
lloved him innocent, and the military commis- I
ados only sentenced him to six jean at the Dry I
Tort agaa, while the others were sent for life.
The commission was organized to convict, and I
it convicted. Abundant testimony is now at
hand to show the vast' amount of perjury of
that trial-perjury exacted by fear and dictated
by malice. Bpaaglers allusion to ths witness I
Weichman being in the abduction plot is im?
portant. Weichman'a testimony, it will be
remembered, hung Mrs. 8urratL The follow- I
?Mg ia tho st at ement sworn and subscribed to : I
' " STATEBDEfT OF ED H AW 8PAWOXEB.
I bave de* med it duo to troth to prepare for
publica Cen the fol?owii g statement-at a time
when I hope the temper of the people will 1
.- give me a ptlirht hearing-ot my arrest, ti iel I
ind impih-crment, for allegid con purity in
the plot to aasaaainate the late President
Lincoln. 1 have suffered much, but 1 solemn- I
ly assertaow, as I always have ance I waa ar-1
xaigned lor trial at the Waahington Arsenal, I
ihat 1 am en' ireh innocent of any fore or after I
knew'euee ol the crime which John Wilkes
Sooib cimmitttd-eave what I knew ID com?
mon with every tody after it took place. I
further solemiy a Beert that John Wilkes Booth,
or any other rer8.cn, never mentioned to me
- *BJ. plot, or intim lion ol a plot, tor the adbuo-1
? _?on ar asa* BD.Dation of President Lincoln;
' That I did not know whtn Booth leaped Irom
iba'tex to the stage at the theatre, that
sra* bad th ot Mr. Lincoln; and that I did
not, im am way. BO help me God, assist in his
escape; and I further deo'are that I am entire?
ly innocent of any and* all charges made
against me in that connection-. I sever knew I
' (Other terrait, Payrs, Atzerodt, Arnold, or
Harold or any- ot the so-cilled conspirators,
nor did lever ace any or them until they ap-!
peered ID custody, while impriaoi ed with At I
serodt, Payne and Harold, and after their trial I
Was over, I waa allowed a few minutes' exercise
in the prison yard. I heard the three unite in
asserting Mn. Svrratfs entire innocence, and
acknowledge thur cum quill, confining the
cr.me, ot they did, entirety to ihtmseizes. but
implicating the witness. Weichman, in knoal-1
edge of the original plot to abduct 1 and .with |
tarnishing information from the Commissary I
of Prisoners' Depart ment, where Weichman
Was a clerk.
. SUB ABXSST AMD BAEBA&OTJB TBEATJOOIT.
The statement then details tbe particulars
of his arrest, wbicb occurred on the 15th of
April, 1886. He continues: I
-1 was alto Ted on the- fourth day of my im- I
prisonmont to walk the prison yard, but 'from I
4iat evening I aaa closely contint d ard guard
ed until the next Sat urda j at midnight, when
I ww again taken to the office to see a detec?
tive, who ?aJd: "Come, Spengler, I've aome
jewelrv for ? ou n He baxdeuffed me with my
hands behind my back, and guaiding me to a I
hack, 1 waa placed in it And driven, to tbe Navy
Yard, where my lees were manacled and a pair
of L?he bat dcufn placed on my wrists. I was
put in a boat.and rowed to a monitor, where I
was taken on board and thrown m a small,
dirty room, between two water-oloseis
and. on to a bed of filthy hit-preserv?
ers and blankets, with two ! soldisre 1
guardiDg toe door, l waa kept there fori
three days. I'bad been thoa confined three}
da] a on the vessel, when Captain Munroe came j
tb mo and said: "Spangler. I've something
that must be told, bot yon most not be fright-1
?ed,: Wo have ciders from the Secretary of !
wary who moat be obeyed, to pot a bag on
your btjad.-" Then two men came and lied up my j
bead BO aecui ely that I could dot sse daylight. I,
I h dpienty of food, but could not eat with mv 11
face so.named up. true, there was a small
hole rn tbe hag near my mouth, bul I could
Bc^rtach that, ts my hands were wedged down
jg ?fm ina Aajiifcj two liiwlnhf ?rteil ankUars ,
took coBpasiiotfon me, and while ons watched ]
the other fed me, OQ Hatnxday night a man
sumo to me, SM attar drawing the bao so tight
aa to nearly suffocate me, said Jo the guard.
"Don't lot him go ta sleep, ss we will carry
hun ont to hang hiia, directly." I heard
them go up onf tbo feck, oben there
waa a great miling ot.chains and other <
waa going-on. and what tney habanded to du. I
was dragged oar by two mea, who? hot h pulled 1
mo at times m oppo ito drreoiioof. Wo. how- I .
ever, reached aboatin which I wajtfiWed, and v
were roweda abort uietance. I cdafld Dot eav '
then where ?e stoppfcd, for "my face was still
covered. "Ali er leann g tho boat. I-was torced
to walk una dtsanoe, with the hoax? iront,
still OD ni) tats. I was tbet weddsajyajopped,
and made to ascend three or" four flights of
stairs ; sad aa I stood at the top ?ail;ng, some
one struck me ?% severe blow on the top of the
head, which stunned and hair threw me over. I !
when I waa pushed into a small room, where 11 i
runaii ea in an unconscious condition tor aev- j
?rai honm. -The morning some one came J ?
with bread and coffee. . j
TBlAty A^D C05HCTI0II. I
' I remained nore several days, Offering ter- I
tore frum tbe bag or pudded hood over my face. I
It was OD inn da y ?hen it was removed and I
was shaven, li waa then replaced. Some I
honro after General Hartrauft came and read I
tb a else vera! ?E?rgee, that I WBB engaged in a ]
-plut to a sss feaiu ate the 'Free j dent, - sud the day
fol lo wi 1 g I waa carried loto a militar) court
?nd sun hooded before all pf ita members. 1
remained bot a abort time, wben I was reiurn
ed to ruy cell for another night and dey, and
then again presen' ed in this court. Ur. Bing?
ham, A>salant Judge Advocate, read the I
eba iv es against me, and aakc? if 1 bad any ob?
jection io the court and I replied, "No," and
made my plea ol "Not goihy." Tbev then
?wished to know if 1 desired counsel, and when I
2 answered ?ffiimativeiy. General Hunter, the I
Presideut ot tue Conn, insisted that I ebould
not be allowed counsel. He was, however,
overruled, hot it wat? s vera) da) s before 1 waa I
Km tred legal aid, the court, m the mean- I
e, takui? evidence with closed do..rs. O 1 I
ever> adjournment of tbe conn if only for an I
li our. 1 was returned to my coll and ho cl one'y
fit ti u g hood p?aced over my bead, 'ibis COL-'
tinned tul Jone 10 2865, when I was relieved
-.from the torture oft e bag, bot my bauds and ]
Umba lerrained heavily manacled
WHAT HE KX&WJ OF MBS. BUBRA TT.
The flrwt time I ever saw Mn?. ?urrait was in
the Carroll pr son yard, on Capitol Hill. I did j
aol bf e 1 er again until we were taken into I
COOT' the first day at the arsenal. Mx ced was
am the came cornier with hers, and i batt 10
p?ss it every time I was uko into court. I
frequently looked_ inti ber call, a email room
about tour feel wide by seven feet long, lha I
?ml? tLinga m ber ceil wera au old mattress
laid on the backs and an aimy blanket 11
?sould see the irons on her feet, as she was gao-1
?WH.IV .y.i-K o. "the mattress, and wis the last I
one on ught in?o court. She ooMpaad a sen I
Xn ex uri i ear the pnson door, lbe seat ?BS
twelve inolee hn.h and the roams between the
irons ou her leei wer? so nhort- tbat sue always
Jud i o be assisted 10 her sea|. She was so sick I
at one Unie ihat mo court waa compelled to [
BOUID IMS THE TO3TT0A3. j
Ou tbei7'.o if Joly, about midnight. I was [
atonfeyeu te a steam hoary and 'arrived the next
day at Fortrssa Mooroo, and waa thence taken
to tho gunboat Florida. Tbe irons on my arms
wero temporarily removed, bot Captain Dut?
ton, io charge of the guard, ordered heavy
fjilhe irons to be placed OD me, when General
D xld, chief officer in cbarge, more humanely
countermanded his order and bad the irons
again removed from my arms. I was placed
for security in the lower bold of tho vessel,
and compelled to descend to it by a ladoer.
The rounds were far apart, and, as the irons on
my feet were chained but a few inches apart,
my legs were bruised and lacerated fearfully.
1 be bold where I was confined was close and
dirty, out after two or three days I was allowed
OD deck in the daytime, bot waa closely guard?
ed. I was allowed to speak to no one of the
o ew. We arrived at Fort Jefferson, on the
Dry Tortugas, and were banded over to Colo?
nel Hamilton, commanding, who placed me no
til the next day in a casemate. The next day I
was brought before Colonel H., who informed
me that he bad no more stringent orders con?
cerning ms than other prisoners confined
I managed to get along comfortably for a
while, though to some of the prisoners the offi
esra were very cruel. One man by the name
of Dunn, while helping in unloading a govern?
ment transport, got hold of some liquor and
imbibed too freely, for which he was taken to
tho guardhouse and tied up to the window
frame by bis thumbs for two hours. General
Hill then ordered him to be taken down ard be
made to carry a thirty-two pound ball, bat as
the hanging had deprived him of the use of
bia thumbs, he was unable to obey. The offi?
cers, however, put two twenty-four pound balls
in? knapsack, and compelled him to carry
them until the sack gave way from the weight
of the iron. He was then tied up by the wrists
and gagged in the mouth by the bayonet from
8 P. M. till the next morning. He was then
taken down and thrown into tbe guardhouse,
but was so exhausted that he bad to be remov?
ed to the hospital. It was decided to ampu?
tate three of bis fingers, but this was recon?
sidered. He lost, however, the use of his thnmb .
and two fingers. This punishment was inflicted
by Major McConnell, officer of the day, and
waa carried out by Sergeant Edward Donnelly.
Another poor prisoner, named Brown, was
once excused hy the doctor from work on the
pie? ct illness, but the Provost Marshal in?
sisted, and finding bim too ill and lacking
stree gt h, made bim carry a thirty-two pound
balL He staggered auder tbe weight and was
compelled from weakness to put it do rn. He
wa theo taken to the wharf, and with bis legs
tied together and his hands tied behind bim, a
rope was placed around him and be was thrown
into the water and then dragged oat. This
was done three or four times, ne begging for
mercy moat piteously. He was finally jerked
oat of the water and ordered to return to his
ordinary work 1 he poor wretch crept off ap
parent ly thankful for any escape from such
torments. Captain Joseph RiUenbonie was
officer of the day, and bis orders were carried
out by Corporal fepear.
Dunns tbe latter part of last October I was
placed in irons and compelled to work, with an
armed sentinel over me. I did not know tbe
reason for this, tori was unconscious of having
given offenoe, aud bad conformed to every
regulation. I was then closely ooo fined and
allowed to communicate with no one for four
months. 1 he pretence for this, I afterwards
learned, sprang from an attempt of Dr. Mudd,
PATE OT COLONEL GRESFEL.
Colonel St. George Leger Greofel, aged 65
years, was taken s ck and went to the doctor
to get excused from work. The doctor declined
to excuse him. He then applied to the provost
marshal, wbo said that be could not excuse
him if tbe doctor couldn't. Grenfel then tried
to work and failed. They then took him t o the
guardhouse, bed bim ap lor halt a day, and
then took bim to the wharf, tied bis bands be?
hind him, tied his legs-together, and put a rope
around his waist. There were three officers.
heavily armed, who dr ve spectators from tbe
wharf; I ooold see and hear from my window.
The colonel asked them if they were going to
throw him into the waler, and they answered
"YP8." He then jumped va, and because
be ooold not sink, they drew him ont and
tied about forty pounds of iron to his legs,
and threw bun into the water again, and
after he bad sunk twice they pulled him oat
again, and then compelled him togo to work.
The officers who had bim in band were Lieu?
tenant Robinson Lieutenant Pike and Captain
George W. Crabb, assisted by Sergeant Mi?
chael Gleason and Assistant Military store?
keeper G. T. v ack on, who tied the iron on his
legs. Captain Samuel Peebles tied op Grenfel
for saying that "be was capable of doing any?
thing." Colonel Grenlel was torced to scrub
and do other mental work, when he proved he
was so ill as to have refused to eat his rations
Ibra week. All of the officers hated Grenfel,
on account of a letter which ippeared in a New
York paper, which they said Grenfel wrote,
about lying np the prisoner Dunn-which letter
was truthioi, as others and my self were wit?
nesses to the details it related. One very stormy
night, Grenfel, with fonr others escaped ma
small boat acd was evidently drowned near
the fort. Mis escape was discovered but the
storm Was to severe that it was deemed too
dangerous to pursue them, although a steamer
was at the wharf.' Grentel'freqne?tly declared
his intention of running any risk to escape,
rather than, to ose hie own words, ''lo bo tor
tm ed to death at the fort." 1 hese are only
two or tbree instances of the many acts of
cruelly practiced at tbe fort. Daring my im?
prisonment at Fort Jefferson, I worked very '
hard at carpentering and wood ornamental
work, making a great many taney boxes, Ac.
oat of the peculiar wood found on the adjacent
islands;!he greater portion of this work was
made for officers. By my industry m that di?
rection, I won rome favor in their eyes. I waa
released in Mn rca of the present year by Ex?
(Signed,) EDM AS SP AF GLEE.
NSW YORK-Per ateemahip Champion-787 bags i
Sea laked ro:ton, ?67 oates TJplaod Cotton, 110 i
bale? Waste, 119 tierce? Bice, 161 ba'ea Yarn. 288 I
emp'y Barr?is, 90 packages Sundries, 2167 bble :
i Potatoes, 936 boxea Vegetaoles.
, ?- ]
Claaurleaton Cotton ama litee Market.
)FF1CE Oe THE CB ARLESTON DAILY NE WP, i
dtaaTiTSTOBL, saturday Evening, June 26, j
OOTTOJC-A. limited business was transacted in the
rtaple at about previous rite?. Sale s 126 bales, vic: I
Iat29;2ftt??; 3? at 90; 37 at 80?; 8 at 31. We \
foote: ? j
LTVXBPOOL CLASSIFICATION. . 1
Ordinary to aood ordinary.28S@2??"'
Low mildilng.80 ?3t>K i
Middling.31 <g_ J
By New York classlOcatti-n we quote : i
BICK -There was a good inquirv for this grain,
prices being arni. Sales about 120 tierces or clean 1
Carolina, via:?Bt6Ji; 3at 6?; 40 at 7?; 12 at 7?;
13 at 7?; 38 at 7? ; 9 tt 8 ?. We quo'.e co m m o n to
Bair clean Carolina at 7?@7?c; good 8?8?< 9 rb,
FOBBOH MA LEETS. J '
LowDoir, June 96-Boom-Consol?, 92?. Bonds,
Lrranuraox* June 36-Noon.-Cotton a shade firm?
er; eales la OM bales; quotations unchanged.
Afternoon.-Cotton active; uplands 12?; Or.ians
12?d; eales 18,000 balee. Lard quiet at 72s. Bacon
H AVEE, Jane 26.-Cotton quiet and steady.
DOMESTIC MAB EE TS.
NEW YCBX, Juno 26-Noon-stocks strong.
Money 7 per cent premtnm in gold, sterling ex?
change 109?. Flour dull aud declining. Wbeatla
2; lower. Corn a abade firmer.' Mess pork dull at
til 73. Lard quiet, cotton firmer at 36?c lur
peailne dull at 41>?e4j C.B. Boulo I.edy. Freight*
firm. Gold 37^.
Evening.-Honey abundant at 7 per cent premi?
um; currency-large batanees offered at 6aC per ct.
Sterling exchange closed firm at 109?al00? Gold
weak at 37?aS7?. Government st cut irle* a shade
firmer and in good demand, southern securities
clcs.d ateady. S . oks strong Cotton ar ti va and
firmer; salas to-day 1800 bali s; middl ng 33? cents
flou falOc-levier. Wheat heavy, corn a snide
better, but inactive. Whiskey lower at 98 cte aSL
Mesa perk du 1 and heavy. Lard casitr; kett.e ren?
dered 19X-I20?. Karol stores quiet. Groceries
dad Freights firm.
r ALTIMORE. June 20-Cot on firm at 33?cent?.
Flour dull ai d weak. Wheat lower; va' ley red 91 70
al 75; nw white 92. Cm dull; white 95a97 o-nts.
Provisions Quiet and unchanged. Whiskey scarce
CrucJHN'an. June 26.-Whiskey 93. Pork $32 76a
31 Bacon unchanged.
FI Louis, Jane 2& -whiskey 94. Mess po k
933 25a33 75. Bacon abeu Oers 14?; clear sides 18?.
Lard h-avy at 19?.
LOUISVILLE. June 36.-Provisions dui). Mses
pork 983 60. Bacon shoulders UH ; clear fides 18?,
? mciXOTOB, June 36.-?<] Inti turp?ntLue steady
a 87?e Kotta steady- at 9180s6. Crude turp?n
...s" '"ay ' ..,.- " I
AUGUSTA, Jone M.-Cotton finn; tales 230 bales;
receipt! 80 bales; middlings 81?c
SAVANNAH. June 26.-Cotton market firm; did?
dling 31; siles nominal; receipts 200 bales; exports
Mourus, Jone 26.-Cotton-good demand among
few; closed Arm; eales 700 bales; low middling 30
.30?c; receipts 180 bales.
Nsw ORLEANS, June 26.-Cotton active and un?
changed; middling 31?c; sales 1260 bales; receipts
143 bales; exports 2988 balea Gold 87?. Sterling
61?. New Tork eight ? premium. Sugar, common
9?al0?; prime 13al4. Molasses, no sale?; ferment?
ing nominally 40a42.
HAVANA, June 19.-Tbe sugar market has been
less active this week, and on account of variaole
news by the cable aa to torrign markets, offers at a
small traction less tba? quotations, but m no case
accepted. With a shadow oown the Asures are firm
for whites through at $E?a$7? per 100pounds; yel?
low do, Noa. 13 to 20, at I4?a6? do-, browns, Noa.
ll and 12. at f4?a4? do; Cucuruchos do, Noa 7 to
10, at $3?a94? .do; ktuBcovadoes, through all
grad*?, at S3?a$4?. Centrifugate-on the market,
bhipped during the week hence and f'OO Matanzas,
63.308 boxes, and 8331 hbds. of which lor ports of
the United btates and Canada, 16.216 boxes and 2889
hhdfi. Dis riouted: For New York 10,400 boxee and
1212 hogsheads; Bonton, 967 do and 225 do; Phila?
delphia, 1 do and no do; Bal?more. 600 do and 222
do; Kew orleans. 2761 do and 235 do. and to Mon?
treal, 623 do and 886 do and balance to turor eau
por'e. leaving stocks in the two porta equal to
386,638 boxes and 17,710 hid-, acainst for like period
in 1868 of 194,886 do and 13.930 hh de.
MOLASSES.-Chived quiet at 6a6? reals per keg;
Muscovado at 7a7? do. Stocks light; demand m
Horar.-Some demand at 4?a4? reals per gal?
B?X-AS last advised.
WAX-Dal); prices as by tbe lait report
Corra -Large stock at 14?al6.
EXCHANGE*- London sixty-three day tight at 13a
18X pr? min rn; ?ales of the week 9166 000. Paris,
?a? premium do; saler 186,000 In nc c. United
btaies currency, aixty days, 26?a25? discount; gold
at 4A4? short eight, bales of all for the week
FsrjOHTB.-Many veefiels laid on for business for
1 uropran and United States port*, making the best
bargains they cam Fahnou'h and orders, bsais
direct, at 47s Od to 52s Cd, via outposts (Os to 66a;
five bottoms European tat-en at tnc se rate1, Ac. For
Cork and orders, american baik Hmveat Borne.
Dickey, to load at Sierra Morena, lor ?115? per net
ton, Spanish measurement. Molasses taken for
nortb of Hatteras-baik Mary F. Thompson, Back
Un. 400 buds molasses, at Mgaa, at 94? per bud of
lio ?alione. No imiedlate prospect ol improve?
BOS?ON. June 23.-corm.-The movements in
coffee continue to t e confined lo small lots, and
prices remain without change Small eal?a of Java
at 24,So, gold; singapore Java at 21a22?c, gold;
and bio at 19?a22c. f) Bs, curren -y.
COTTON.-lu ere was considerable exdttment In
the cotton market early in the week, bat the high
pnoes now aaked tend to check operations The
supply, however, to fall back upon lor tome months
ti come, ia very Iii ht, and holde, e are tonfldent of j
a good range of prices. Tbe sales nave been at
28 J. 9c. lor ordinary; 29?i80)ic for good ordinary;
82a33o for low middling, and 33?a34c. tor m d
d .mg, including uplanaa and Util, stock about 6000
Dc KUTTI ce -Cotton goods continue to be held
qui e Brm and higher prices are aaked for some
kmde, hut the demand the pa-1 week hus been qnite
moderate. Woollen goods are in fair demand but
pnrea continua to rule low
Guinn Dios.-The market it quiet and prices are
nominally lCal7c, currency.
GUNKY CLOTH -1 brie bas been a (air demand tor
gunny cloth, with sales ot 7^800 bales at 23.23
cuirency, and 10? Ho, gold, in bond, the latter
pi ice for Borneo.
ti A* -The market ia eteady with turlher sales at
$18123 per ton, aa to qualiiy.
NAVAL, rTOKES-Toe sales rf spirits turpentine
bave been in small lots at 44?a4 6c per gallon. In
tar nothirg hie bren done In rosin, ?klee of 600
bbls.No. 2, ?br export, at $2 80per bbl. Pitchie
GlOBGETOWN, June23-COTTON-No sales this
?eek. We quote ftom 25 io 27c per lb.
COEN,-P-imewlite com tl 20 per bushel, wi h
an up? ard tendency.
lins-a.-Reo-lpts - sticks; tales -stick* or?
dinary and f ii' min timber at 8 to Ile; market look?
ing ni?, and prospect cl it cr?ai? d Oemand for large,
long tim ter.
TURPENTINE -Virgin dip 93 20; ycl'nw dip 92 65;
scrape tr bard 8175 per barrel o: 230.bs to the
TAB-Per barrel, retail, $3.
.".ashville Cotton Market.
NASHVILLE. June 24-COTTON.-"'here was a
better feeling to-day. with an np?ard lendency.
holders aa ? general thirg cot b- i, g willing io j i 'ld
to the following quotations: Ordirary 20; g iud or
piniry 27K*28; low middling 28?i'J9
NASHVILLE COTTON STATE KENT.
Stock on hand september 1, 1833.CO
Re ci ved to-day. 65
Received previously.61.C41-61 C9C
Shipped to-day. 20
Stock on hand..'.1,130
COB? - Dealeraare buying at 72?76c, tut th'ie is
very little coming in, and orders continue in ad?
vance of supplies, bhirmenn ot SOO bushels at 85c
WHEAT.-The receipts to day ioduded 17G0 bntbs,
?ur? base at fl for red and amber, and tl 10 for
WILMINGTON June 26.-TUEPUTTINE -Sales to?
day of 280 bbls. at f3 for virgin, and ti 65 fur yellow
dip. *? 280 me.
' f mm 1 UBPiTNTiNB.-117 bb!s changed hands at
37? cents ?1 gallon.
Boam.-bal s uf 782 bbls. st tl 80 for ttra'ned, and
No. 2, and 100 bois, it 96 for rx.ra pa e.
TAB -28 bbl.<. received aud tc ld at 92 25 V bbl.
Augusta Cotton Market.'
AUG?SIs, Jane 24, P. M.-Conon-1 hit staple
baa been qu et during tl<e week with a fair demand,
but pricea have been sailer, varying from 31? fer J
Liverpool middling at the i losa ot oar lae' report,
down t 80?, and to-dav t> beingNield it 31. Hold
sn have refused to make concession ana been firm,
offering epa' i ugly. Receipts continue o.i a par with
las* week. Sale* of the week are 728 bales and re?
ceipts 406 hilra. We prerent to'ow our regular
sla'eme .t of receipts of net seo-on compared wi n
Ibe present ird find tbe difference in lavor of labt
veer to be 11.864 biles.
Becelols from >ept 1, '67 to lune 25, 1838_105.166
Keotlpts present season to June 26. 93.289
Total.. . 11,8.6
SAVANNAH, June 24.-COTTON.-Tbs market for
the past week haa exbibi'el no noticeable leaturca
ilher than the firmness of holders and an Indisposi?
tion on tbe part of bayera io meet their view*. The
transaction!- have been ver\ limited, and prices bave
been fully sustained during the week (the market
opening on Fridav, the 18th. on a basis of 31u3i?u
Tor L'verponl middling, and c'oeing to-day. the 24'b,
it 80?n81r-holders firm t the latter figures) ibo
ito k is small, and operations during the week have
been confined to the better grades, entirely on do?
SBA ISLAND- Continues inactive for want of stock.
The sales of the week are only r6 bags at 50a G5c, the
transact lou a not being of sufficient ina corten ce to
tarnish quotations. AB there will bo no material
change m the result for tbe year, we elvo the follow?
ing state.i ent rhowiog'tbe crop ot 186-*-G9 :
Rrceived at Savannah fi om sept 1st. 1868.10.229
Received at cha ri-et on from ?-ept let, 1868.... 7)1.74
Received at New York direct from Florida. '500
Less shipments from Savannah to Charleston,
twice counted. 1,100
The roceipts at ibis port since June 17th amount
to 1462 b les unlacd. and 10 big? sea island, of
whtcl. 3423 baie? upland were received per Central
Railroad. 20 bales upland, and 16 bags sea isl md per
Atlantic and ou'f Kailrosd, and 1 baas sea leland per
steamer C ity Point, from Charleston. The exports
for the ?ame time hive been 3 C8 hales upland, and
17 bazs s?a island, of which 2 042 bale upland and
17 bags nea island wn e shiD;>cd to New V irk, 654
bales upland to Baltimore and 472 bales upland to
BICK -Very dull and stock small, with but little
demand and ti.at c nuneri to retail t ade. Clean,
commcn tn prime. 7?i8v4'c nnminal'y; interior
roiiRh. Si GO.iSl 75; Hencoa-t, tl TffuSS ?i Uuvljfl
btock of cleon rico at present lo the city, 260 tierces.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANIEKURG, Juno 2G.-felton matkei neaw
with declining tendenov. Sales of tho week 10 bal? ?!
We quote: Ordinary 26}^; low midd.lng 27U; mid
COlUM?>R. June 2C-The business in colton
during tho p.st week has been light, the ?mount
offered bein/ very ?-mall P v.-es havo materially
advanced, and we now quote mliidli igs at 30?.
Comiences per South molina ttailrood
157 bales Colton 81 0 iles Domestics, CC boxes To
ba-ro. 282 sacks Corn, 91 packages Macon aud Lard
343 bbls Naval fitoree, 3 cars Wool 8 cars I umber.
To Railroad Agent, Goldsmith fc -on, Bavenel A Co,
Tideraann A Co,F D fl Kracke. K'inok.Wekenborg h
Co, H Cobla A Co, B O'Noll), B Bischoff ii Co ? W
Steffen?, W W Sml h. Wagen r&M .Deere. Bollmann
Brui, ); ?un e A Co. Kinsman lt Howell. W G Wini
doti & Co. Hopkins, McPherson A Co, aud Kiriipat.
nek it Witte.
Consignees per Northeastern Kailroad
12 ha.es Cotton. 100 bulbi ls Rice, 434 bbls Naval
Stores.*, cars Lumber, oars Sto -k, hbda HBCIB Tobac?
co, Mdse ftc 1 o L i'oh-n a flo. H <:obia & Co. S D
.stone, J M T-haJl. Jr Kinsman A Bowell. .1 V Bar?
den A. A Qoldsmltb A Co, J rchlrcer, M Goidsn ith
A ?on. A 0 Kaufman, U H Walter A Co J - Qascken
bash F W Emanuel. Bendall A Dock -ry. Klincv,
W okenberg A Co, Reeder A Davis, aud G W Wit',
li:roe 4 Co.
Per steamship Magnolia, from New York-Colonel
Eddy and hwy, Mies Eddy. Miss E Halie, 8 S Bryan,
Master Bryan, L B Bankes, 8 crundel), R B Crun?
dell Mr Wells, C -chebler, and 5 in steerage.
Per ate ama hip Champion, for New York-Master
James and Albert Burt, aire Leonard. A Desdet, E N
Lull, J -tewan J H banders, L Pond, A B JHolaton,
Miss H Wood, M?K8 M WooJ, Miss Thompson, Miaa
Durn, Miss horley, Miss Upton, A Summer and ser?
vant, J A Bassett, Mi-a L A Wild, Mrs E L Perrins,
Miss Tudor, J Baucock. W A Jackson and wife, D B
smUh, J M Locke, Mr Bancroft and wife. Miss L A
Eastman, Misa M A Wihen, Miss J B Moreno, two
children and servant, D Murty, a rs Eenifeck, Mas?
ter D Anderson, J Davie, h t v.ns, Mrs Bolome, Mrs
Landford, Miss M L Bontelle, Misa N L Saw. er. Miss
Xucy Scott, Bu?sn Green, J bprlng, A Carred, J Mc
Garey, Mr Ens?eand serva Qt, Miss Lee, Miss alfred.
Miss hilen Cook, Miss Kate Worley, Mn H Kofi eas
and child, Mles A Burge. E A Chapman. Miss Mun?
roe. C breath, C H Phelps, M J Tay, D Thomas. T
YfcieMaa, M BS Gould, MIssD ahornas, G?ner?! Up?
ton, wile and servant, J M Blackney. Hon W Aiken,
Mrs Ec Kailey and two cbildr* n, J D Milnor. E
Crews, J Barrett and wife. Miss B barrett, Miss G
Barrett, E B Hey ward, wile child and nurse. Capt
Pool, Mrs J Biggins, Mary O'shea, Mr McDonald,
wife and child, B C Clark, and 10 on deck.
Per ateamsblp Maryland, from Ealttmor- - E H
Wilson O Boiler, B Wilson, Misa Lei a Lad eon, Mir s
Alice Johnston, Mlae Lilly Johnston, Mi?s Belle
Johnston. Mien Hattie Lartlgue, J V Sands, J Wilson,
wife and child.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and savannah-Mrs J D Alkea.
Miss Huard, T Hardy, J Kennedy, Mrs Bryson, T M
Burns, R A Pepper, Mrs Symons, Mrs Cullen, Mrs
Brown, Misa Morris. Mrs Bell, Mrs Phillips. Mrs A
H Jobo*, W D Datier and lady. J M Johns. A Chis
olm, L G Gardner, E Arnold, Captain Johnson, J G
King, D W Balnea, P T Hayne, L w stevenson. L
Bowie O ptain Thompson, J W Beed and lady, Mrs
W B Bird, and 4 on deck.
fort ot OhitrieMtim. June iiS.
FBI LS or IDS noon.
Last Quarter, lat, 7 hours. 27 minnies, evening.
New Moon, 0th, S uoura, 14 minutes, mo.nlng.
Fini Quarter, 16th. 1 hour. 58 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 23J 8 boars, 34 minutes, moraine
Last Quarter, 31st. ll hours, 46 minutes, morning
Tl JUKE A JULY
4 .66 7..10 I 10..38
4 rc 7..10 ll. .11
4..56 j 7..10 ll..43
4..67 7..10 Morn.
4..t7 7..10 12..13
4..S7 i 7..10 12..45
4. 67 7..10 1..16
Steamship Macnolla, Crowell, New York-left Wed?
nesday. P M. Mdse, lo ?avenel fi Co, Adama Ex?
press Co, C D Abivns A Co, J D Aiken A CO. Adams
sr Damon, D A Amine, J Apple, Be? mi sh A Co, Bird
A co. Budd A Blake J U Boesch, 1 M Bristol 1, -Boll
man n Bros, Bischon A co, J C Burckmyer, Bab?
cock A co, SP Biunt, J Commins, T M < ater cor
wm A Co, J O H clauesen, G b cook. Campeen A Co,
J C A Co, C D carr A Co. P Darcey, Denny A Perry,
louie A Moi*e. Eason A Bro, A Elfe, B Fas?, For
? y tte, McLomb A . o, O D Francke, P L Guillen in,
J H Graver A ?o, tl Garfield. Grodrlch, Witeman A
Co, G b Hacke , N A Bust, O Hickey, A H Hayden,
H.rt A Co, H Beat d. B Hunier, W Barral] A Co, J
Be?seman & Bro, I Diing, C H Johnson, Jeffords A
co, O E A A S Johnson, Jenninee, Xbomhnson * Co,
Knock, Wickenberg A Co, HKlatte A Co, Kinsman
Bros, O Ken ison, Knox, Daly A Co, La urey A Alex
ander, O LilientnaL H ?j Loper, 8 La 1 orre. J Lub
man, J Marshall, M an tone A Co, W Matthiessen, E
Ma nlre, Muller, Nimitz A Oo. Mc Loy A hice, T D
Mulkni, J H Murray, P Meitzler, Mccomb A Co, M
Marks, North, Mee e A Wardell. D O'Neill A Son, B
O'Neill, M O'Neill. Ostendorff A Oo. J F O'Neill 6
son, Paul Welch A brandes, u F Pank n in, U Paul
A Cr, O P Popp? nheim, Palmetto Pi one r Co opera?
tive Association. Brig J L Pyt, J A Quackenbuab, n
O Righter, Kelcie A schachte, J B Bead A i o, J B P
havenol, W Boac'j A Co, W B Smltb, J E semeke, D
t-oltcii, s Tbompsoo. J F Iaylor A Co, 11 brimson A
Co, J B logni, W J 'J nm, J B V?llers, L Weis kopi,
A s Wlllington A i o, C B Wngbt Werner A Ducker.
Walker. Evans A ("OKS well, E J C Wood. J M W, Nt J
Yates, Zogbaum, Young A Co, Railroad Agent, and
Yacht I only, from Cape Romain.
U a Ber* nue steamer Moccasin. Uaher, Smithville,
N C, with the buoy-tenoer Veggie in tow.
Sehr Mattie E laber, Aldri. h. New York-16 days.
Oats. Bay, F our, Ac. lo the Master, T J Kerr A
Co, J Campeen A Co. and < tr era.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, Savannah. Ac. Mdae. lo J D
Aiken A Go. G U Invrabim A Son. Kin aman A How?
ell, M Qoldsmlt? A Son, and Moffatt A Wharton.
Arrived * estera ey.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson. Baltimore-left
220 Inst, P M. Mdse. To Mordecai A Co, Courte?
nay A Irenholm. Bailroad Agent. J li Adger A Co, J
C H ciaussm, Elinck, Wickeoberg A Co, J N Tide
mann A t o. H Buiwinkle A Co, West A Jones. Jen?
nings, 1 hom'lnson A Co, H Klatte A Co. W F Knox,
G A Locke, H < obi i A Co, B T leake, Ji fiords A Co,
Uavenel A Holmes, J A Quarkeoi wh, i lurper A
bon, B Feldmann A Co W t? Wbllden A Co, W M
Bird A co, B M Butler, O Phillips. Bollmann Bros, J
B t Moan, B A A P Caldwell, W H i balee A Co. J D
Ailtn A Co. H Bischoff A Co, C Graveley. B O'Neill,
Qoodncli, wini mau A Co. G B Walter A co. sto'.l,
Webo & Co, Mei house A co. ciacius A Witte, Osten
doiff A Co. and others. On Saturday, 80 mi es south
of the Fry mg Pan passed sehr E J Palmer, from Bal?
timore for i narie Eton.
tup Josie A Devereaux, Clark, Philadelphia-21
d-ys. Ycatel to M Goldsmith A .-on. Coal and
Mdse. To H F Baker A co. charleston Gae Light
Co, C D Francke, Bailroad Agent. McBride A Co, D
H 811 cox, Q ram ann A sch wacke Caneron A Bar ls -
tey, W G lrott Dr G Cauller, G W Aimar. E Bun -
barn, C F Panknln, W A shrine, a W i ckei A Co, G
W stroub A Co, G J 1 ubn. J Alexander, Goodrich,
Wineman A Co, J B Duval A Son, G H Brown, and
Order. Ihe Devereaux had bead wines all the pas?
Steamship Champion, lockwood, New York-James
. Adger A Co.
Steamship Champion, Lock? oed, New Yor
Sailed V estel day.
C S steamer Tallahoosa, Commarder Chandler, Key
U 8 monitor Faugus. Commander Fyffe, Key West,
in tow of the steamer Tellapoose.
Krona tb ls fort.
Steamship Sea Gull Du'ton. Bal timor0, June 26.
sebr N W Smith, iooker. New York, June
Sc Ur Sarah Watson, Smith, Baltimore, June 24."
tip for tbla Port,
Sehr Adolph Hugel, Bobine >n, at Philadelphia, Juno
Cleared for tb ls Port.
Steamship Prometb'us, Gray, at Philadelphia, Juno
Sbipnewa t?> icviriapii.
WILMINGTON. Jone 20- Arrived, Bebecca Clyde
from New York.
SAVANNAH, June ?6-Arrived, leo from New
C.eared. cau Salvador for New York; America for
Baltimore; ionawanda for Philadelphia.
June 27-Arrived, sehr BeuUudn Borland from
Bulled, bark Lamplighter for Matanza?.
The sehr M Bo'mes. Howat d. for GecrgetowD, S O
cleared at New York June 23.
The achr J M Blcbards. Irvine, from Georgetown,
S C. arrived at New Yore June 25.
PORT OF GEOBGETOWN, S. C., JUNE 21.
June 23-Brig Charles Weelev, Bickmore, BsBgor,
Me; kcbr Daybreak, nuke. Boa on, Mass.
June 24-Bii,' M K Daua, O'Neill. Bath, Me.
j n H KA ED, s. r. i w. j HEann, NOBPOLK.
C. W. YOUNO, K. T. j ?. E. GOO I) HID GE , PORTSMOUTH.
jjKAUD, YOUNO ct CO..
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
\o. a-17 Washington street,
/VE IF TORE.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EtBLY VEGEGABLE.", FRUTT9.
POTATOR.', Ac. j
REFERENCES.-Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Bevno da A Bro., Norlolk; E. G. Ghlo, Super?
intendent s. A B. Railroad. Portamoub: Colonel o
L. Fremont, S. E. Purruns, Esq., Wilmington; ti.
E. 1 Durber A Co., LaDgbra i A Egbert, New York;
Bernard O'Neill, Cbarleston; Alexander A Russe-Il.
J T. HCNPHHEVS,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
?ALES OF BEAL ESlAiE. STOCKS, BONDS, SE
CTJKITlEs AND PERSONAL FBOPEBTY
.to. ?7 BIIOAD-STRKKT
C?ABL?-TON, 8. a
Bon. HENRY BD HT. W. J. MAORATB, ESO.
General JAMES CONNER, T. A. WARING, Ese.
fugs, (?t)rmir?l55 (gie.
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TRY T H E Ml
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* COSTAR'S "
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"3000 Boxes and F las a s manufactured daily."
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For tl, tl, t3 and $5 sizes, Address
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March 13_nae_._I yr
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Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 38 mwf too Charleston, 8. C.
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(JUNEILAL> CO MM I SSIOS AGENTS
Will atttend to Berating and - Heeling of Renta
sod purchase and sale ol etoO's, Bonos, Gold
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in tho country upon reason?ble ierras.
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January 1 lyr
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitafole.
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies ill force.$26,000,000
Louses Paid.- 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President.
H. V. GARAGAN, Secretary.
L. MCADAM, Actuary.
G. A. F?D1CEAB, SuperintendeBt.
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Hon. JAMBS HABPEB, Firm Harper A Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. CBANE. President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOXEB. Wall-street.
Wit, M. VEE MILTE, Banker (Vermilye A Co.)
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Hon. GEORGE OFDTKZ ex-Hayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOBO AN. Banker.
THOMAS BIQNX?, Firm Thomas Bigney ? Co.
BBKJ. B. SHERM AK. Treasurer Mew Tork Steam
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WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
GEO. W. CUTLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. ?.
GEO. T. HOPS, President Continental Fire Ia?
JOHN H. SHES WOOD. Park Place.
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EDWABD H. WEIGHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor. *
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant,
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. UEKNSTJKit VA. Examining Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHABLIS TON,
Office Ho. 295 King-Street. Charleston, 8. ar.
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MACH I NERT AND 0A9TINGS of au description?
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Particular attention paid to
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Febtnaiy 16 mwflyr
flaintj, Oils, (Etc. *
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CIRCULAR SAW HILLS, and
January 1 ?mo
HITS 1. BAD, "
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BAW AND BOTT ET) LINSEED OILS.
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January 1 arno
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6000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 8, 4, ?cd fr
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800 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
150 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT BOOBS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
* INCH THICK Tf
TUCK'S PACKING, i TN CH TO 1? INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO 1*
WHITE AND BBOWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OF
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January 1 _" toe
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UH TIN' kJ, tor steam and irater.
CASIEKOIV. BARKLEY ? CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and i. nmberlan? ?tre eta
January 1 too .
STEAM GUAGES, GONG8, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND STOP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL CUfS
WATER G?AGE3. GLASS GUAGE TUBE&
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
COPPER AND BRASS WIRE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY Af CO.,
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland street?,.
January 1 too
jg E C A lt K F D L
WHEN YOU ARPrXB?TJ8TED BY OYTfcWOJtB:
ol brad or bard and ieel the need ol f omet hi? g?n
viuoraiing don't drink whiikey or any intoxicant
th'ng, whe.her under the name ot xiittis er othbr
wiee. ? uch articles giv jui-t a- mrrh nrng t io
yrur weary tod- and mind as the whir gi*ee to the
jaded boise, ard so more. Alcoholic ttimnksis are
injuiious to V> ive b tali h. and aie ? L W A Yb followed
byDLPBE?blNU Kt AC J JUN.
I.odd'.s Nervine and Invigorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE SUUrLANT which is
NOT attended hy ht ?Cl ION. Wi.at it game for
yon it maistatrs. TVbtn it > timbes body or mind,
it rofl ethos wi b natural stre> gih tba* ccmes los'ay
Weare not recon mending tee.oiaiitm iii tbemtere .
ot any lacticn; but long and ex ended ooserrati"
leacheaus ?hat he who icaort? to the bo'tle forrest
or n cu pera: ion, will find, asaet?ete at it. thafcbe
is Lintilirjp a fin in his bones which ?111 conmine
uke the ILmes ol pei dillon. Turn.irom U lake a
oiiic that will relrean .nd not destroy. DcDD'8
* ERVIN ls ii? for ra e by at] Drtuuiets. Pri?e One
Dr Dar. fee Book of Certiorates that accompanies
each bettie. June 35