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I blame not that your courage failed,
Tnat prudence over love prevailed:
lt seemed that we must walk together
Rough ways through wild aud stormy weather
And you must have smooth paths to tread,
.And skies ali cloudless overhead.
Wise yonr choice, the world will say,
Tnat sees yon fresh and fair to-day
As In the spring-time of your years,
Those hazel eves undimmed with tears.
That forehead all unlined with care,
-Norstreaked with gray that chestnut hair.
Yet If you could have dared to lay
Unfaltering hands in mine, and say,
"I trust you stlU, nor count the c^st :"
Something, I doubt not, you had lost,
Yet found when all was told remain
To you and me some larger gain.
Sot loveless nor unsweet my days;
I toll, nor miss some meed of praise;
Had you been with me they had known
The grace they lack, and thou hadst grown.
O weak but pure and tender heart !
To something nobler than thou art.
Ah ! better had we both been laid
To rest for ever, ere the shade
Of that cold worldliness had made
Division worse than death, and bade
Our souls be parted evermore.
Still strangers on the heavenly shore
; -Shirley Brooks is to succeed Mark Lemon
as editor of Punch.
-The Austrian Emperor is passionately de?
voted to numismatics.
-Jenny Lind Goldsmith ls to open a singing
school in Paris, to earn her living.
-The Prince of Wales ls about to purchase
Tallymore Park, the seat of the late Earl of
Boden, as his future residence.
-George Hudson, ex-railroad king of Eng?
land, has been put In charge of the Sunderland
Docks, with 510,000 salary.
_Charles Sumner is announced as a candi?
date for the Republican nomination for the
presidency, in antagonism to President Grant.
-M. Paradol, the new minister to Washing?
ton, with his family and secretaries of legation,
" will sall from Brest, July 2d, for New York.
-Dona Conception Lombardo, widow ot
ex-President Miramon, of Mexico, was recent?
ly married in Paris , to an opulent citizen of
-The will of Samuel Morton, a wealthy mer?
chant of Liverpool, who left his fortune to a
Catholic bishop, has been declared invalid on
account of the incapacity of the deceased to
make a will at the time of its date.
' ! -It ls sad to note that of the kindred and
friends who attended Dickens to his last re?
pose, at Westminster Abbey, no mention is
, made of his wife-the mother of his children.
She was absent-and we are left to infer that
the alienation engendered In life survives the
-Oscar C?spedes, the son of the leader of
the Cuban rebellion, who was captured by the
Spanish troops and executed on May ?Jfi, had
Just been married to a Cuban lady of seven?
teen, who was also captured. It is said the
Spaniards do not treat her as bis widow, but
consider the marriage as of no binding effect.
-Dispatches from London state that Dean
Stanley will deliver a sermon at Westminster
Abbey next Sunday on the death of Charles
Dickens. Intense eagerness is manifested by
the public to obtain places In the abbey on the
occasion." The grave of Mr. Dickens Is entirely
covered with flowers, cast there by visitors
who have thronged the place since his burial.
-John Hopkins, a wealthy citizen of Balti?
more, Is about to expend several millions of
dollars in building and endowing a university,
a hospital, free to all, without respect to race
or color, and an asylum lor colored orphan
children. Mr. Hopkins has placed the man?
agement of these enterprises in the control of
-some of the most worthy citizens of Baltimore.
THE CINCINNATI S JENGESFEST.
A Grand Demonstration.
The opening exercises of the international.
Songerfest commenced on Wednesday, in Cin?
cinnati, by a grand procession, in which all
the singing societies, both American and
foreign, participated. A number of other so?
cieties, (sharpshooters, turners, 4c.,) trades
onions, ladles, State and city officers and citi?
zens, were also in line. Among the invited
guests present was Mayor Banks, of Baltimore.
In the evening an address of welcome was de?
livered by Governor Hayes, and additional ap?
propriate exercises took place at the Samger
halls. Ofthe procession, the Cincinnati En?
A more beautiful afternoon for a parade
could not have been gotten up to order. The
different divisions formed upon the various
street' In the vicinity of Eighth and Walnut,
uncle- the direction of Grand Marshal Carl
Adae and his assistants, but, instead of moving
at two o'clock, it was fully three before the
army of 2000 persons took up irs line of march.
The streets everj-where designated as the line of
march were thronged wiih anxious spectators.
There ls no describing the excitement which
. existed across the canal. The population
turned out en masse in holiday attire, and
filled every foot of standing room, climbed
upon the tops of houses and suspended them?
selves from all manner of dangerous places.
It was as good natured, nappy a crowd as
one ever saw. Every house was adorned
with flags, evergreens and festoons of
flowers, the tri-colors of the revolution
of '48 siding with thu Stars and Stripes.
Fourth street was grand. The entire line was
a massive decoration, and banners and Hags
were countless in style, shape and variety.
From Main street to central avenue there was
one great sea of humanity. They gathered as
early as one o'clock; they lined the sidewalks:
they covered steps and altitudes of everv de?
scription; they Invaded houses and took'pos
sesion of the outlooks, and there wasn't an
empty window from Men-lams' to Wells'. Shop
windows were cleaned out and ladles-climbed
Into them,and the dear beauties displayed them?
selves in garlands and festoons from windows
further removed from the ground than the
All things being in readiness, at 3 o'clock
the joyous army of vocalists who have come
among us to awaken sweet melodies I
began its line of march, turning from Walnut
into Court, and moving westward. At the
same moment the artillery on Jackson Hill, in
charge ot Colonel De Bock, pealed forth its
roaring sainte, ?nd repeated the sam* at given
intervals. Past the courthouse, with Its beauti?
ful decoration and suggestive devices, the pro?
cession moved to the enlivening strains of a
dozen bands of inu.-ic. ami i urned into Vine
street. Here they were at home. Here ti
grand ovation was tendered from one end of
the street to the other. The procession moved
norihward, greeted with cheers from thous?
ands of honest German throats upon everv
hand. Here the decorations were* most pro?
fuse, the arches innumerable and the flowers
The exterior of Queen City Hall was taste?
fully decorated with evergreens und flags,
which formed the back ground for many Inge?
ni?os designs. Spahning the street were
bands of evergreens looped Into an iut?nitc
variety of shapes. Surmounting the design
was a"n eagle, with wings spread and flying
through the air. bearing a golden harp, which
Is suspended from its mouth, with the inscrip?
tion: ,kSt. Cecilla Ma?nner?hor." Beneath this,
in Kerman, the words "Iru Liede stark.
Dentsch bis ins mark."
Marching tnrough to the head ol' Vine st reel,
the procession tinned Into Main street and
came down to Foiu'th. All along Main street
the evidences of greeting were as rich and
elaborate As lt swung into Fourth ami pass?
ed under the grand arch In noni of Pike's
building, cheer alter cheer burst from the
thousands who had walled so long and pa?
tiently. ~ -
First came the Newport Barracks band and
the pollcx.force, one hundred and fifty stron",
in elf ar?iiforms, at,d with buttons and bhieujs
as brightens stars, while at Hie head marched
the venerable chief.
Turtling from Fourth street up Central ave?
nue, the procession marched as far as Eighth,
turned east to Elm, and proceeded thence to
the Great Hall, at the corner of Elm and Four?
teenth. Here a salute of welcome was fired,
r.nd the host disbanded, afler having flaunted
its banners in the eyes of 150.000 spectators. '
THE EUROPEAS DEMAND FOR BREADSTUFF'S.
The New York correspondent of t'io Philadel?
phia Ledger thus writes on Thursday:
In the early part of the week, there was a
very active demand in this market ior bread
stuffs, on French account, induced by the
wide-extended drought which exists there,
and the consequent injury to the cereal crops.
The demand is steadily on the Increase, at?
tended now by a markeri advance in prices,
and likewise an enhancement of grain freights.
All the spring wheat that is coming on from
the West ls taken as. last as the railroads can
bring it. The advance in flour yesterday was
from Alteen to thirty cents per barrel, while
wheat was .rom three to five cents per bushel
higher. To-day there has been a further ad?
vance in the former equal to 10a20 cents, and
3a3 cents in the latter. Within the thirty-four
hours past, four vessels have been chartered
for French ports, to carry wheat and flour
the engagements amounting to about half a
million of dollare. This afternoon, it m&y be
said that about all of the available tonnage in
port was taken np for Havre. One of the
steamers of the National Line, at 2 P. M.. was
put on the berth, and In ten minutes all her
freight room was engasetl. This simple fact
shows not only the magnitude, but the urgen?
cy of the movement.
BARCELONA-Per Spanish brig Anita-205 bales
upland cotton, 325 bois rosin.
SEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-15 bags
sea Island cotton, 250 bales upland cotton, 150 tes
rice, 74 bales yarn, 29 rolls leather, 262 empty bar?
rels, 45 packages sundries, 17*0 bbls potatoes,
loos crates vegetables.
Thc Charleston Cotton, Rice and Sarai
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS. )
SATURDAY EVENING, June 18, 1870. j
COTTON.-The m ; rket ror this article was of a
depressed character, and prices were easier but
unsettled. Sales about 125 bales, say 3 at 16; 9 at
9 at 17J?; 10 at 17?*; 19 at IS; 8 at 1S??; 3 at
10; 14 at Xiii; 25 at 20: 3 at SO?*; io at 20>ic. quo?
tations are omitted, but the operations were about
on the basis of 20c. for middlings.
RICE.-This grain showed a steadv Urmness.
Sales about 65 tierces of clean CaroUna, viz: 15
tlerceB at 7%c; 40 at 8c. ft lb. We quote common
to fair clean Carolina at 7)i@S'4'c.; good 8;,'@8.'ic.
NAVAL STORES.-The business in these articles
was only In a limited way.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, direct nomi?
nal, via New York, M6d on up' inds: 11-160'
on sea Islands: by sall we quote 7-i6d on
upland cotton, and ,VJ $ m on sea
Island cotton. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sall, nominal at %c on uplands
and Vi on sea islands. Coastwise to
New York, by 6team, ,S'c 9 ft on uplands
and J ic on sea islands; by sall, }?c % m on up?
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sall, >j
S?,*iC t> lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
i.'c 9 ft on uplands; by sall, somewhat nomi?
nal. To Baltimore, by steam, }~@?ic ? ft on
uplands;by sall somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling co days bills at 22?.@22??.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase slglii
checks at >? off, and sell at }? premium. Out?
side they purchase at \i off, and sell at .'.'pre
COLD.-Buying at 12 and selling at 13.
Marketa by Telegraph..
LONDON, June IS-Noon.-Consols 9C"?. Bonds
Evening.-Consols 02,'i. Bonds 60','. Sugar
quiet ami steady.
LIVERPOOL, June 18-Noon.-Cotton firmer but
not higher; uplands 10,'4'al0,','d: Orleans 10>??
lO??d ; sales 8000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton closed dull; uplands lO&d:
Orleans lOtfd. Sales sooo bales, including lo.u
bales for speculation and export. Red Western
wheat 9s 3da0s 4d; red winter wheat 10s Walo*
3d. Corn 3is 3d. Lard dull. Cheese 60s. Bacon
50s for Cumberland cut, and 62s for short ribbed.
FRANKFORT, June 18.-Bonds opeued fiat and
quiet at 96J??.
PARIS, June 18-Noon.-Bourse opened excited
and declining. Rentes 721 BSC.
Eveuliig.-Bourse closed nat. Rentes 721 cse.
HAVRE, June 18.-Cotton opened heavy.
NEW YORK, June 18.-Noon.-stocks Irregular.
Money 4 per cent. Exchange, long Vi; shun
10AJ. Gold l2?i. Bonds 12.'.,'; Tennessee ex-cou?
pons 63; neweij,'; Virginia ex-coupon 6s.'?: new
67; Louisianas, old 76,',': new 72; Levee sixes
7C?i: eights 93: Alabama eights 101&; fives 73:
Georgia sixes 69; sevensfooi; North Carolina old
48?i; new 25 }4; South Carolina, old 91; new 82.
Flour dull. Whrat quiet and unchanged. Pork
quiet; mess $30 75a30 SI. Lard quiet; barrels 16a
10J?C for steam. Cotton ililli and heavy; mid?
dling uplands 21?Jc; Orleans2l??c? sales 400 bales.
Spirits turpentine dull at 33>:c Rosin dull at
$2 02?aa2 05 for strained. Freights dull.
Evening.-Bank statement unfavorable. Mon?
ey very easy. Steillng dull at 958a0?4- Gold
dull. Governments firm. State bonds strong,
with an advance In Teunessees: old 63j,;new
62-,'. Bank statement-loans increase 5269,000;
specie increase $372,000 ; circulative decrease
$60,000; deposits decrease $760.000; legal tenders
$2.03S,ooo. Gold, export or the week, $886,000.
Ohl Virginias OS; new 67: old North Carolinas
48J?; new 25. Stocks dull, but flrn; Imports of
the week, dry goods, $i,l65,ooo; general mer?
chandise, $5,272,000. Cotton dull and lower;
sates 300 bales; middling upland 21?,'c. Flour
heavy; superfine State and Western $5 50a5 75.
Wheat heavy and lower; winter red and amber
Western $1 41al 49. Corn lower; new mixed
Western 95ca$l 02. Pork $30 70a30 75. Beef
quiet. -Lard heavy. Groceries quiet and un?
changed. Frelghs dull and drooping.
CINCINNATI, June 18.-Flour dull and un?
changed. Corn dull at 98a$l. Whiskey shade
firmer; wood bound, $1 02al 03; iron, $104. Pro?
visions unchanged; no sales.
LOUISVILLE, June 18.-Flonr very active at
$5 50. Corn nominally unchanged. Provisions
firmer. Mess pork $30 50; bacon-shoulders 13.'?c:
rib sides 163?c; clear rib 17.'?e; ham?, sweet
cured 2la22c; lard 17. Whiskey $1 02al 03.
NORFOLK, June 18.-Cotton dull; low middling
19,'xc; net receipts 200 bales: total 200; exports,
coastwise 82; stock on hand 2135 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, June 1?.-Cotton dull and prices
lower; middling 19 Vc sales 2250 bales; net receipts
20a bales; coastwise s i>ales;*tutal 817 bales: ex?
ports coastwise 14 bales; stock on hand 86.0SC
AUGUSTA, June 18.-Cotton opened with a very
I light demand to-day, at yesterday's closing fig.
j ure3,18?ial9c for middling, and In consequence of
lower quotations from New York and Liverpool.
the market closed dull nt 18J?C, buyers showing
no disposition to operate: sales OJ bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, June 18.-Cotton market active:
middling l?'ialO.'sc: sales ooo bales: net rec ipts
738 bales; total 730 bale-; exports to Great Britain
::64S bales-: stock on hand 17.427 bales.
GALVESTON, Juue 18.-Cotton weak hut demand
good; good ordinary 17c: sales 570 bales; net re?
ceipts 554 bales; exports coastwise 1024 bales:
stock 1S.95U bales; net receipts of the week 12?3
bales; exports tt? (."Teat Britaio^?319-bales; to
France liss bales; coastwise 5647 bales; sales of
the wec-k osoo bales: receipts at Galveston yester
terday exceeded mc estimate 374 Vales, making I
net receipts of week r>.74'.? bales.
MOBILE, June 18.-Cotton market dull; mid?
dling I9,'.?c; sales soo bales; net receipts S4; total
84;exports to Great L'ntaiu 1039; coas-wise asl;
stuck on baud 29,091 bales.
HAVANA, June ll.-Our sugar market has been
quite animated during the week by thc presence
aud cum pct ii ion of 1.livers fur all th? markets of
the world, and prices have consequently ad?
vanced quarter of a rial per arrobe, and my spe?
cial notes of daily transactions cou tl rm inc re?
ports of authorized brokers, say fur whites
through at $5 75 to $7 75 ? 109 ros: yellows do,
Nus. 13 to 20, $4 50 to $550 do; browns du. Nus. ll
and 12, $4 25 to $4 37>? do; cucuruchos do. Nos.
7 to 10, at $3 62'-: to $4 I?-; do; all other classes
are noted In the list of trade sales for each day of
thc week, which are large, although many bar?
gains are reserved from general knowledge uf
dealers. Shipped duriug the week, hence and
from Matanzas, C9.2U4 boxes and 0479 hhds, of
which, ror the United States and Canada, rf>,03C
boxes and iscs hhds; balance to European ports,
excepting 2 boxes fur Vera Cruz aud 1124 do for
Montevideo, leaving stocks lu thc two ports equal
tu 476,832 boxes and 22.614 hhds, against, for
same period of last year, 384,427 boxes aud i!>,044
hada. Molasses.-Sales have delivered at con?
venient out-ports, elajed at 6rs and muscovadoes
at 5j? to 52?rs keg. Honey Arm; small lots at
62>ic ft trallon. Other produce and fabrics, no
change in values, and, in cigars, the hands ob?
tainable have no Idle hours, while many orders
are delayed in the factories of reputation.
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin 16th Instant: Carolina
dull at S.^'aspic and without sales. Rangoon
moderately active and steady; sales loo bags at
TKc, currency, duty paid. Carolina, common to
good, per cwt ssas 25; do prime to fancy do SS
3">ia8 87>i : Rangoon per pound 7a7}?( ; Rangoon,
gold In bond, do 3a3.l?c.
From the Journal of Commerce: The market ls
quiet to-day. There is a light jobbing trade at
From theTribune: Prices remain qnlte firm at
former quotations, but the business ls very light;
sales or loo bags Rangoon at 7,','c; Carolina
quoted at 8>?a8??c.
From the Herald: CaroMna wa3 steady, with
small sales at from 8??'aS??c.
From the Dally Bulletin, 17th inst.: The de?
mand very fair, supplies offering and available
small, and prices still well sustained. Sales of 50
tierces Carolina at 8>ic; 175 bags Rangoon at 7.1,'c,
and 250 do In bond, for export, at 3c geld. Caro?
lina, common to good, per cwt. SSaS 25; do prime
to fancy, per cwt. $8 s"hi?z 87 ?i : Rangoon per lb.
Ta7,?<2c: Rangoon, gold in bond, per lb., 3a3??c.
From the Journal of commerce: There ls the
usual business at steady rates. Spies have been
made of 75 tierces Carolina at 8l?c: 250 kags Ran?
goon. In bond, at 3c gold, and 200 bags do free,
From the Tribune: There was a moderate de?
mand, with holders still very firm In their vlewB;
the sales amount to 50 tierces Carolina at 8>ic;
200 bags Rangoon at 7,','c currency, duty paid,
and 250 bags in bond, for export, at 3c gold.
From the World: Demand moderate and the
market still very Arm ror all grades. Sales or 50
tierces Carolina at Die; 200 bags Rangoon 7 ;,c
currency, duty paid; and 250 bags In bond for ex?
port at 3c gold.
From the Herald: Carolina was dull bnt un?
changed. Sales were made at S.S'aSJic ror ralr to
prime. Rangoon was quiet but steauy at ftrmer
New York Naval Store* Market.
From the Journal of Commerce. 17th Instant:
Spirits turpentine meets with a very limited sale,
and stock is steadily accumulating. Prices show
no Important change. Sales are 75 hbls. In mer?
chantable order. Rt 3Sa38Jic and 50 New York
bbls, on private terms. For rosins trade ls very
dull, and all grades are offered freely at late
ligures. Strained may be quoted at S2 02>ia2 05.
Best pale quoted at $6 50*4?.
BOSTON. June 15.-COFPEB.- The coffee market
remains quite steady and Arm, but the trade are
purchasing only in small lots as wanted. Sales or
Java at 2D?&22C, gold: Rio at 10,','alSc, poid: Mo?
cha at 4la42c per ft, currency: and ror St. Domin?
go prices ure qnlte nominal, no sales having been
made ror some weeks.
COTTON.-Tue market ror cotton has been quite
dull during the week, aud prices have eased off
about ."ic per lb, with unfa\ arable advices from
abroad and a limited demand from manufactur?
ers. There has, however, been rather more inqui?
ry for some days past, but the demand ls princi?
pally for the better tirades. The sales have been
at 17?ial814'c for ordinary, 19J?a?0tfc for good or?
dinary. 2iaJljjc ror low middling, and 22a22)jc
ror middlings, including uplands and Guif.
DOMESTICS.-There hits been very little change
to notice lu cotton or woollen goods the past
week, and we look for a comparatively quiet mar?
ket for the present. Prices or both cottons and
woollens nile low, bul holders are firm ror all
FISH.-The market ror codfish remains about
the same, with a steady but moderate demand.
The sales have been at *4 90*7 for medium and
large, including Georges ar the Inlier rare. In
hake the sales have tn-.-n nc ?3 50 packed: pol?
lock at S2 MXi 50 loooe. and haddock at *3 25a
3 50 loose. In mackerel there is very little
change: No. 1 have been selling ut S26a2S ip
obi for bay and snore: No. 2 at $14*15, and No. 3
at $ioalo so ror large, and ssas io ror medium.
New threes have been arriving more neely near
the close or the week. In'alewives there have
been sales at ?4 5oa? "j* bli!, iu bond. Pickled her?
ring have been tu moderate demand, with sales
at S3 25a0 ? bbl for com mon and Labrador. In
box herring the sales have been at 33a35c for
scaled, aud 25&2SC for No. I. In salmon, sates at
3?a32 V. tierce.
FR TIT.- Malaga grapes are firm, and prices
have advanced, with large speculative ptutiia.-es
In New Yolk. The salen have, been at $4 05a415,
and now held nt t4 10a4 nu per box. lu dates
and peanuts thesales narc beeu confined to job?
GUSSY BAGS.- The market for gunny bags ia
nor quiie s? firm, owing to the decline ingold,
and prices are quot wi irom 21a23,'sc. as to weight,
lu linseed bags there have been sales of 200,000
bags, part for future delivery, ut 2SaS6c.
GUNNY CLOTH.-The market for gunny cloth is
quite, firm, but has been quiet since our last. The
sales have been laJOO bates at 3lc currency, and
linn at that price lu domestic bagging tin
sales have b-en 14M rolls au;?c; 500 rolls sic: two
rolls Ol '-c, and 4U0 roils at per yard, curren
and best biuuds ure held firm at the latter
NAVAL STOKES.-The marker ls firm for spirits
turpentine, with sales of 300 obis nt 41a42c per
gal. Tar ls quiet, ami in rosin aud pitch nothing
of any consequence has beeu done.
RICE.-Tnere ls a firmer felling ror rice, and
prices are tending upward, with a stock much re?
duced. The -ales or"carolina have been at s,',a
9c; and rangoon at Ta?i?C per lb.
COLUMBUS. June 17.-Sales yesterday lttfljalea
at about the following prices : Ordinary 15;,a
16?ic: good ordinary 17c; low middling lT*fal8c:
middlinglS.'jc. Sales ol the week 002 bales-417
on European orders, 0 on Northern account. 2J0
to Boston ror Northern spinners. Tue sales or the
week are S7 bales less than previous week: week's
receipts 109 bales, against 106 the previous one,
and 67 the corresponding week or last season.
Shipments 700 bales.
Stock on hand September 1,1S09. 125
Received past week. 159
Total. 06, cou
Shipped past week.'.. 790
Stock on hand. June 17. 1S70. 4.flso
On the week tbe'stock has decreased 031 bales.
GEORGETOWN. June 16.-COTTON.- S.iles"or 2
balc-s this week, at rrom 15 to ISc. We quote
rroni 15 to 20c per pound.
CORN.-Arrival of I cargoes this week: selling
at Si 40 per bushel.
TIMBER.-Arriving freely-bringing from 0 to
15c per cubic foot.
TURPENTINE.-virgin dip S320:yellow dip ?2 40:
scrape or hard tl uo to 1 ou per bbl., ot 2S0 pounds
to the bbl.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Per gallon 34c.
TAR.-Per bid. retail.
PEANUTS.-Per bushel sial 25.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANGE BURG, June 10.-Sales during the
week 4o bales. We quote: ordinary 16c; low
middling 17,'jalSc; middling lS'.ali'e.
MACON, June 17.-Receipts to-day 23 bales:
sales 84: shipped 113 bales. The market continues
dull, and prices still tend downward. We quote
middlings at the close this evening at lS!4e; de?
mand moderate, and but little offering.
ATLANTA, June 17.-The market dosed at l9'.c
for middlings; lS'-o for low middlings; i7l,o
for good ordinary: io'-c for ordinary.
MONTGOMERY. June 17.-Market dull low
First Quarr er. 6th. 5 hours. 00 minutes, eveninr.
Kuli Moon. 13th. s ?lours, u7 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 20th. 4 hours, 14 minutes, evening.
New Moon. -.'S;h. 0 hours. 18 minnies, evening.
SUN ' M-.-'N mai
SETS. it. ? ?. WATi
20|Monday.j- 4..?3 7.. 0 I VJ.. 0
21 Tuesday.; 4..04 7.. ;> j I?..??
22jWednesday.. 4..04 7..10 ? 1.. o ?
23[Thursday.... 4..04 7..io j 1..3.?
24 Friday. 4..04 7..10 1 j.. 7 j
j5'Saturday- 4..54 7. .in 2..07
j?.Sumlay. 4..:.o 7..lo ; :;..i-?
Uecelpt* Railroad, June IS.
iOUTU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
loo b.rli-s cotton, !-- baits domestics, s? bids :> ?
vai stores. 1142 bushels grain, 2 ears lumber, l cul?
wood, 1 car stock. 04 casks clay. To hutlroad
Agent. Nacinnan & <.?. L 1? DeSaussure, Graeser
ft Smith, .1 Marshall. Hetzer. Rodgers * co. T II a
W Pewee?, Kinsman .v Howell, G ll Walter.* co.
Goldsmith A- Sou, T .1 Kerr * co. J Adaer .te co, W
.c Courtney St co, G \V Williams A ci?, \v w Smith.
U rVilin. and W Roach.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York-R
J Forsyth. Mrs Egan. C france. A Falk. ?v,;e
child und nnrse, Mrs ll c Foster. child and nuis-.',
il C Hudgins and wye, W Chenev. r D Stokes.
Miss L Petty, Mrs Winslow, Mrs Noble aud daugh?
ter. Mrs Johnson, Mrs Kraemer, Hr Paulding, J
Fostnnis, J Cohen and wl:e, Mi>s paultUng. Miss
Cohen. A I. l?ristol, T M Bristol. Mr Aspinwail. M
L Moses, ll ii il oppenheim. .1 M Lamb, I-' Fvfer. j
N S Easton', ll D Monis, u Reilly. Dr Mitchell. W
M Grout, u L Morris. 1; Waterhouse and wife. !: I
P Hine. Miss A B Budd, Miss A A Foster. G Davis.
A W Morris. E L Gunn, C F Burdlche, G E Hud
gifts, J Spriugs, Mrs Judge Carpenter. Miss car?
penter, A L Kills and wife, G li Cougdon and wife.
Mrs R II Congdon and child, Mrs Q yt Uafcer and
two children, E.I Dawson, W L Steedmau, J Gal?
vin. P ll Kenian, and 12 In steerage.
Per steamship South Carolina. Irom New York
Ii H True, Mr Frost, W 1* Clyde, J Wetson, .1 Hill.
G w Woodman, A Smith. G M Dewey. J R Sardln.
Captain J Ainazecn, A Ketcbam. PE M Cralth, w
Deliaport, H Mollerhower, L Godfrey, Miss L'id. A
Stone, Miss L J Tmglev, Miss Hill, C B Snrt?m, H
P Sloan, and T Hennesy.
Per steamer Argo, from Edlsto and Way Land?
ings-H Lancaster, S S Easton, J Whaley, J Sea?
brook, Mrs E W Seabrook, T Black, B Balley, and
CHARLESTON, S. C., JUNE 20
Steamship South carolina, Adkins, Kew York
left 15th inst. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co, W
A Courtenay, G W Aimar, J Archer, M A Ashland,
Adams Express co, J E Adger A co, J D Aiken A
co. J A co. Dr U Baer, J P Brown, W s Blssell, H
Blscho?T A co, H B A co, A A Barbot, T M Bristol
A co, W S Brown, C D Brahe & co. F C Borner, W
M Bird A* co, Bolltuann Bros, M C Buxbaum, B s
i P. J Burke A Son, E Bates A co, E E Bedford, L
Cuapln, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Cameron,
Barkley A co, Claclus A Witte, R A A P Caldwell,
T M Cater, S Chartrand, W H Chafee & co, J AM
Crofut. G S Cook, L Cohen, Douglas A Miller, H A
Due, W C Dukes A co. Dowle, Moise A Davis, A W
Eckel A co, L Ellas, Edgerton A Richards, Mrs E
H Etheridge, B Feldmanu A co. M Finley, D F
Fleming A co, Forsyth. Mccomb A co, F A co, J F
Fairly A co, Mrs M J Ferre, w Gurney, H Gerdts
A co, C H Glidden A co, Goldstein, J H Graver A
co, W H Glldersieave, C S Gadsden, J W Harrisson,
J H Hillen, J Hurkamp A co" D S Hart, W s Hene
rey, J Hecsemann & Bro, G S Hacker, U A C, Hart
A co, H A H. C Hlckev, Johnston, Crews A co, C
H Johnson. J B S, J Jara, J A co, Klluck. Wicken
berg A co, Kinsman Bros, L Kenecke, C Kerrison,
Lyons A Murrav, H G Loper, Lengnlck, Sell A
Foster, Laurev ? Alexander, W McLaln, J Malo
ley, W Matthl?s3en, Marshall A McMillan, D Ma?
guire, McLoy A Rice, J G Mllnor, J P Miller, Mills
House, Mondln Bros. D O'Neill A Son, B O'Neill. J
Rotham, Talmetto Pioneer Co-operative Associa?
tion, C P Poppenhelm, G A Peck, E Perry, Russell
A Boon, J R Read A co, G R. M H Rogers, E R
Borden, W Roach A co, C S, W P Russell A co, J
Russell. Stiles & Jennings, D H Sllcox, J H Steln
meyer, C W Stiles, A O Stone, A Summer, E B
Stoddard A co, L Schnell, W J Snyder, Shepherd
A co, W Sheppard, W G Trott, Stoll, Webb A co, H
Stender, Street Bros A co, E Scott, O Tldemann,
Tobias' Sons, J F Taylor A co, W Vince, C Voigt, J
H V?llers, F von San ten, W G Whllden A co, J N
M Wolikmann, Wagener A Monsees, L Wurrock,
H Wohlken, Werner A Mucker, Waiker, Evans A
Cogswell, S O Railroad Agent, N E Railroad
Agent. G W Williams & co, ami W J Yates. Pass?
ed steamship America, bound North; also, J W
Everman, bound North.
Steamer Argo, Klssam. Edisto and Way Land?
ings. Mdse. To Douglas Nisbet. Fraser A Dill,
W c Courtney A co. Kinsman A Howell, C Grave
ley, M McGorty, J C H Claussen. auU uthera.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-James
Adger A oo.
Spanish brig Anita, Cullen, Barcelona-W P
Steamship Charleston, Berry. New York.
British brig village Belle, Tho:nas, Matanzas.
Sehr Eliza S Potter, Potter. Philadelphia.
Sehr David Wasson, Tapley, Philadelphia.
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New York.
FROM THIS PORT.
S D Gifford, Jirrell, Philadelphia, June 15.
Sehr W H Steele, Bock, Baltimore, Juue 10.
CP FOR THIS PORT. .
Brig Lewis Clark, Barrett, at Baltimore, June
Sehr SAE Corsou, Brotver, at Philadelphia,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, at Philadelphia,
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore,
Sehr w s Hilles. Burgess, at Boston. June 16.
Sehr Veto, Manning, at Philadelphia, Juue 16.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Nellie Moore. Merry man, from Baltimore,
GEORGETOWN, June 14-Arrived. 14th, brig
Georgie, biran, Savannah. Cleared, loth, sehr
Mary, Gilchrist, Bellst, Me: 12th, sehr Altoonn.
Fitzgerald, Saguala Grand: nth, schrs W Slater.
Watts, New York; Paclllc, Bragg, New York.
The sehr Ridgewood. Derricksen, from New
York, sailed from Georgetown, S C, June 15.
The sehr Palina. Rankin, Tor Georgetown, S C,
cleared at New York June 15.
The sehr S Woodbury, Woodbury, from George?
town. S C, for Thumas'ioii, Me, arrived ut Holmes'
Hole June 14.
The sehr Mary Farrow, Bagley, from Bucksvlilc,
S C, for Bangor, arrived at Holmes'.Hole June 15.
LIST OF VESSELS
?P, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TniS PORT.
F O R E I G N .
Thc Kathleen, Lester, up.May 10
Brig Lewis L Smilies, Tyler, up.April 21
Sehr Helene, Bahrs, up.May 16
Sehr W S Hilles, Burgess, cleared.June 16
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.Mar 31
Sehr Wm Bernent, Penny, up...May 12
Sehr Florence Rogers,Sheppard, cleared..June 10
Brig C V Williams. Thomson, up.Juue 9
Steamship Promethens, Gray, cleared.June IC
Sehr 7. Stewlman. Adams, np.June >i
Sehr Veto. Manning, cleared.June 16
Sehr SAE Colson, Brower, up.June 17
Steamship Maryland. Johnson,' cleared.. .June 17
Brig Lewis Clark. Barrett, up.June 17
Brig Neille Moore. Merryman. sailed.lune is
SehrThos P B Seth. Lambert, cleared_June 14
Se hr Joseph Baxter. Baxter, cleared.May 27
Sehr Henry Castoff, Damon, cleared.June 2
Sehr Wautauga, Munro, cleared.June 5
Sehr C Miles, Ponell. cleared.June 7
Sehr G V streaker. Van Gilder, cleared_June s
Sehr Wenonah, Noyes, cleared.Juue lo
Sehr S B Jameson. Jameson, sailed.May 29
Sehr Geo II Squires, Timmons, cleared_June 10
CI)inn, (Crockmj, &t.
"^yiLLLUl (;- WIIILD?S & CO.,
Silver- P] a ted ware,
FANCY G O O I> S .
CROCKERY. CHINA AND (.LASSWAKK.
CHINA DINNER SETS from $35 to $7?.
CHINA TEA SETS from $3 to $25.
CUT GOBLETS. $2 50 to $12 per doz-.n.
CUTJCHAMPAGNES, $2 50 to $10 per dozen.
CUT WINES, $1 25 to $S per dozen.
CUT CORDIALS, $1 20 to $0 per dozen. '
CUT LEMONADES, $2 ?0 to $6 per dozen.
(.UT TUMBLERS, 70 cents tc $12 per dozen.
DECANTERS. $2 to $12 per dozen.
THE IMPROVED GEM SKI.F-SEALIN<? J A Its
EXTRA FIHX'-ES FOR CHINA SETS.
C R O C K E II Y A X I) M . A >|S YV Af R E
. COUNTRY TRADE,
IN ORIGINAL PACKAGES.
AT WHOLESALE, No 137 MEETING ST.
OPPOSITE MAYNE STREET.
AT RETAIL. No. ?3.1 KING STREET,
AWAY WITH SPECTACLES. -OLD
Eyes made new, easily, without doctor or medi?
cines. Sent postpaid on receipt of 10 cents. Ad?
dress Dr. E. B. FOOTE, No. 120 Lexington avenue,
New York. decl?
ADAMS, DAMON <fc CO., 16 BROAD ST.,
Dealers In Stoves, Ranges, Grates, Ac. Agents
for the Automatic Washing Machine and Wringer.
ADIAR, G. W.- CHOICE DRUGS, CHE?
MICALS, Surgical Instruments, Perfumeries
and Toilet Articles, 469 King, cor. Vanderhorst st.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, 363 RING ST.,
Wholesale and Retail Notions and Fancy
Goods, 60 per cent, less than elsewhere._
ALLAN, JAMES, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry, Sterling Silver. Plated ware. Spec
tades, Fancy Goods, Ac. Ko. 307 King street.
BAKER, H. F., & CO., SHIPPING AND
Commission Merchants. Central Wharf.
BABBOT, ALFRED A., AGENT OF THE
Havana Cigar Factory,"La Valentina," 118
East Bay street._ _
BAZAAR, F. VON SANTEN, EMPORT?
ER of Paris Fane Goods, Toys, French Con
fectlonery.Indla Rubbe Goods Ac. No. '?29 King st.
BISCHOFF & CO., HENRY, WHOLE
SALE Grocers, and Dealers m W/lnes, Li
floors, Cigars, Tobacco. Ac, 197 East Bay._
CHARLESTON HOTEL, THE BEST
regulated and irnished House in the South
ern States. E. H. JACKSON, Proprietor._
COSGROVES SODA WATER MANU?
FACTORY and Bottling Ware-rooms for Bass
and Hlbbert's London'Ales, 37 Market sr._
CHAPIN & CO., L., MANUFACTURERS
and Dealers In Carriages. Harness, Ac,, 20
Hayne, A 33 A 35 Plnckney st. : also, 103 Meeting st.
CORWTN & CO., WM. S., IMPORTERS
and Dealers In Colee Whines, Brandies, Teas
and Groceries, Wholesale and Retail'275 King st.
CHAFEE ?fc CO., WM. H., WHOLE?
SALE Dealers In Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
Ac; Agents for Exton's Crackers. 207 East. Bay.
CHAFEE'S TONIC, THE BEST AND
most pleasant Stomach Regulator extant.
Chafee A Co., No. 207 East Bay. Manufacturers.
DUVAL & SON, J. B., MANUFACTUR?
ERS of Tinware, Dealers lu Stoves. House
Furnishing Goods. Ac. 337 King st._
EASON IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED
1838. Nassau and Columbus streets: Steam
Enpincs, Marine. Porwhlean?!Stationery. Boilers.
FRENCH CHINA" AT~ REDUCED
prices, Glass and Crockery, ar R. H. MCDOW?
ELL'S, Agent, corner of King and Liberty sts.
FOLLIN, G., TOBACCO COMMISSION
Merchant, Manufacturers' Agent for the
sale of Standard Brands, No. 151 Eas; Bay.
FURNITURE WAREROOMS, ESTAB?
LISHED 183S. D. IL Sllcox. Nos. 175.177 and
179 King st. Goods carefully packed and shipped.
p OLDSMITII &. SON. MOSES. 4. tl AND
\JT 8 VendUO Range,Wholesale Dealers In Iron.
Metals, Rags, Paper Stock. lillies, Wool. Ac.
p URNEY, WM, FACTOR AND COMMIS
\JT SION Merchant, 102 East Bay, and l Accom?
pOUTEVENIER BROS., (SUCCESSORS
UT to A. Hiing.) dealers In Millinery, Fancy
Goods. Toys. China. Glassware. Ac. 237 King st.
HENEREY. WM. S., 314 MEETING ST.,
Machinist and Founder, Manufacturer of
Engines, and Improved Agricultural Implements.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, GENERAL
Commission Merchants, and Agents for
Mapes' Superphosphate of Lime. No. 12S East Bay.
Li'ONS ?fe MURRAY. WHOLESALE AND
Retail Dealers In Boots, Shoes. Trunks. Ac,
78 Market st., near Meei lng. Sign of -Big Boot.".
LA CRIOLLA.-JOSE JARA, IMPOR?
TER and Manufacturer of Havana Cigars.
Wholesale and Retail, cor. Meeting and Market sts.
LITTLE & CO., GEO., 213 KING ST.,
sell the cheapest and best Clothing aud Fur
nlsiiing Goods in Charleston._
L~ UNSFORD, J. L., CABINETMAKER
and Upholsterer, 27 'Jnecii st. Jobbing neath
?lone. Agency Cwmnion-Seiise Sewing Machines,
MERTENS, W. A., DEALER IN LA?
DIES'. Misses'. Genfs. Boys' nud Children'!
Boon and Shoes. Trunks. Valises, Ac. 252 King sr
MERNAUGH, N., DEALER IN BOOTS,
Shoes, Hats, Trunks, Valises, Ac, 212 Kinf
MARBLE WORKS.-THE OLD ESTAB?
LISHMENT. E. R. WHITE, Proprietor, lil
Meeting sr., next o!d Theatre tot.
MATTHIESSEN, WM., STAR SHIRT
Emporium and Flue Clothing and Tailoring
House, Cents' Furnishing Goods. 2?! King sr.
NEU F VILLE, B. K., BLANK BOOK
Manufacturer, Jorjfrrlnter and Stationer, $
Broad sr. Magazines, Ac.; bound In oil styles.
NOAH'S ARK.-WM. McLEAN, JOBBER
and Dealer In Toys, Fancy Goo.ls, Show Ca
ses. Stamping A Pinking a specialty: 433 King st.
OSTENDORFF & CO., WHOLESALE
Grocers. Dealers In Wines, Liquors aud CI
(tars. No. 175 East Bay.
O'NEILL, BERNARD, WHOLESALE
Grocer anil Commission Merchant, ISP East
Bay. Foreign and Domestic Exchange fer sale,
PADDON. W. F.. GAS FITTER, STEAM
Fitter and Plumber, 447 Klug st. AU kluds
ol Gas Apparatus made to order.
PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC STORE,
191 King St.. ZOG BA CM. YOUNG A CO..
Agents for Knhbe A- Co.. Dunham A Sons. etc.
??ONIX1RON WUR KS. ESTABLISH LT
1*44. John F. Taylor A- Co.. Engineers aud
Boilermakers 4. 6. ?. io and 12 Pritchard ?r.
ERBY, EDWARD, 155 M E ETAN li S T..
Printer, Stationer, ami dealer In Blank,
Schooland Law Books.
S~~"TOLLTWEBB A- C?'. WU OLK.-A LE
and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods, No. 289 King
street, three doors below Wentworth.
S"?TTS' STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
and Gents' Furnishing Boom. Meeting st. ..;>.
pusiteMarket Hall. Agent for the Champion Br?i<e.
PEART J AMES E., 235 KING ST , Oi'l'U
site Hasel. Importer and Dealer In Fine Watch?
es. Jewelry, Silver. Plated ware. Fancy Goo.'-. Ac.
TUE GREAT SOUTHERN TEA HOUSE
WM. S. CORWIN A CO., 275 King st., bignell
House ol'fun Broadway. New fork.
V~ OIGT. C., DEALER IN FRENCH CALI -
SKINS, fink and Hemlock Sole Leather. Sho?
Findings. Hides. Furs and Beeswax. 85 Market -.,
TtffLLI?MS k Bi:o~\. M7T7?T7< >AI :
i\ st.. np stairs. Railroad. Commercial ami
General Jon printing, ar New York prices,
TTTHILDEN? C<X WATCH ES. J?W?L
TV ry amt Silverware, 25-'> King sr. Crockery
and Glassware at Wjrsjesaje. No. 137 Meetlic- *\ '
TTTEBB, WM. L.,IMPORTER Or ( lil
y V NA, G!n-:s and Earthenware, 12S Meeting
TTTING. Ri ?BERT, BELL HANGER AND
VT Locksmith. 122 King sr. Hotels and pri?
vate houses titted up with Boils. Speaking Pipes.
RIS II ROOFING FELT
TM!: REST. CHEAPEST AN!? MOST DURARLE
Material fur Rooting .-.u^'.vu.
For sa!- i?y
CAMERON. BARKLEY ? ? "..
Corner Meeting aud cumberland streets,
mcli24 Pino C ariosron. s. c.
"GEORGE PAGE 8Z C?T
Patent Portable Circular ;:.rv Mills,
57E?W1 L ?QJ
a Ii IS T MILLS, A
lie. ' Schroeder St:-:
jg U M T E R W A T ?J H M A N .
The WATCHMAN, published at Sumter, S. C.,
Is one of the oldes: and cheapest newspapers m
the Stace, and has a mnch larger circulation than
anv other a?wspaj>er iu the section m which lt ls
published. The raeruhauts of Charleston cannot
Und so good a mc-dinm for commuuleating with
the businessmen of Sumter and planters ?rti.e
GILBERT FLOWERS, proprietors, or
W. Y, PAXTON, Business Manag?
aprio Sumter, S. C.
Q H E A P 3D if^E SS GOODS
JUST OPENED BY
STOLL, WEBB & CO ,
Nos. 2 S 7 AND 3 8 O K T X O STRSTjJT.
WE DEG TO CALL SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LARGE YDDITD?5 T> 'Tit
DRESS GOODS DEPART ?CENX.
Another lot of COLORED MULSINS, 12,^ ami 15 cents.
A good assortment nt 30 cents and 25 cents; also, all of the better grades.
A small lot of Plaid Lcnos ac 15 cents; Plain Colore ! Lmos at 20 to 25, Caolce Colors.
Gray Lenos at 20 and 25 cents.
Japanese Poplins, In Plain, Chene, Plaid and Stripe, very cheap.
Together with every other variety of Choice Dress Goods, in the latest Desl?as ami Colors.
We are showing a good line of MOURNING DRESS GOODS, such as:
Plain Black Barege, at 25 cents, just opened.
Black Grenadines, Tammartlnes, Black Bareges. Iron Grenadines.
A splendid line of the best BLUE-BLACK ALPACAS, at all prices.
Chene Japanese Cloths for Mourning.
A good Black Silk for si per yard; a good line ol' Black Silks, at all price?.
White Piques, ranging from 25 to 75 cents, In Choice Patterns.
WHITE LINEN DRILLS AND DUCKS, for Gents": also, a fuil line or Brown Linen Ducks. Coat
lugs and Drills.
Spring and Summer Tweeds and Cassimeres Tor Snit?. -
Choice Black French Cloths, Blue Tricot for Walking Coats.
We have just opened a full line of Standard Brands of LONGCLOTHS, which will he sold low, and
we be? that the Ladies will call and examine our Goods before they make p urchases in that line.-^j
Also opened, Cotton Sheetings. Pillow Cases. Towellings, Diapers.
Damask Tabling. Damask Cloths, Damask Napkins, Damask Doylies.
A good linc of White Pavilion Boblnet. at low Agares.
Together with full assortments iu every Department, all of which arc being soldat a small
STOLL, WEBB & CO..
Nos. 287 and 2S9 KING STREET.
AGENCY TRANSFERRED TO
HART & CO.. -<
No. tl'.? HAVNE STREET. AND COI?.VER KING AND MARKET STREETS.
CHARLESTON. S. C. *
*y A FULL ASSORTMENT CONSTANTLY ON H AND,AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICKS,
? I F E V E R A X D A ti V E C L' R E
.\ i-criatn cure for CHILLS AND FEVER-n nen
nine southern preparation, purely vegetable; ;
ionic ami lever preventive, highly recommended,
and utanda unequalled hy any preparation now
offered. To persons residing in iiultcaltliy sec?
tions il is invaluable.
Warranted-Xo ll umbu?.
For sale by all Druggists, and liv
0. J. LCIIX, Agent.
Druggist, southeast corner Kim: and John sts.,
linilS-4iiiosn*c Uharlcston, 8. c.
' T H fe s* K E A. ^
. DYS P E PS ! A & I ND i G ESTi 0 N ^
1H V/?E.M0?SE & D?V? S
jj p PROPRIETOR s
a WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
N. E. The'Conix'esionerof Revenue has decided
that any dealer cati seii nus article without a
.Hill llr?n???. mch 2
g?F?UlOK COLOGNE WATER.
ilannfactnred and fur sale by
" Dr. H. BA ER.
oct6 ?o. 131 Meeting street.
M . M A T T H I E S S E 2f,
, . * "i
^ ?f>, fej
No. 25)1 KING STREET. CORNER WENTWORTH.
AGENT FOR J UK MANUFACTURERS
OP THE -M
S T A R SHIRTS!
EACH QUALITY ?F SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
. J ?0
Co binct- ?ll o ki ng, &t.
?QA BIX?fJfAKi?O A.MJ LTH0??TJB1?Y
NICELY AND SUBSTANTIALLY DONE
J. ;.. LUXFORD, No. 27 Queen .Street.
I wish to Inform ray friends an.i the public tren
trolly tliul the Hospital for SIC FURNITURE is
-t?i ar >;?.. -i; oueen street, where ali the diseases
:;.;it F timi! ir J ?s heir to will be cured speedily
,t!ul ou the ino-t reasonable terms as usual.
Send in. tlierefore, all your sIcK and wounded
patients, and I wiy htnl them aud make piad the
rite hearts or nlLjins'e who favor me with patron
ige in this line.
i would respectfully beg ?caveto call your at?
tention to the fact Hut I am selling the best sew
lig .Machines to be lound in the market, all com?
plete, for only $17. evil and examine for your
?elves, and read the testimonials in favor of thc
Improved Common Sense Family Sewing Ma
.?liine. and then 1 am sure yon will iakf one homo
vitli von. J. L. LUNSFORD,
No. 27 tireen street, mar Calder House.