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Tlie Dailv News.
SATURDAY MORNING, JUNE 30, 18C?.
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hir. AUG. BRENTANO, NO. 708 Broadway, New York,
ii- always the latest dates of tho DAILY NEWS, as ho
Joe* of all the other prinolpal Journals of the country.
THE CHOPS.-Wo submit to our readers the following
"trio* of a letter from a planter in the neighborhood
of Charlotte, N. C, giving a very encouraging roport of
the prospects of the crops of that section :
Truly tho times aro hard: but surely there is a better
timo coming. Abundant crops this year will greatly re
lieve tho present prostration of all buBinosB, and so far,
the prospect in this section is most cheering. The yield
of amaU grain, which 1B now boing harvested here, will,
it 1B thought, be largo, and corn never looked more pro
mising. Cotton, too, is growing rapidly, and, with
favorable weather, suoh as we are now experiencing,
Will make a fair yiold. although tho amount planted
hero this year Is comparatively small. I am glad to see
that there Is already to be observed, on many of the
farms in this country, considorablo lmprovomui. t In tbo
mode of cultivating them. This, you know, is some
thing groatly needed in almost every section of tbo
Houth. I think the plan of improving and fertilizing
fields already in cultivation, instead of wearing out
these and clearing new ones, as has been the custom
terotofore with too many of our planters, is fast gaining
favor. The myriads of old fields, everywhere to be seen
grownup in pines, or wash?-into bottomless gullies,
where ouqbt to stand tho primeval oak, aro sad monu
ments of tbo wa8totuInesB of preceding generations
Although I look up n our losaos aa being almost irre
parable, yet I do believe, with all the evil, that much
good may result, as tho prosont straitened circum
.?lances of the country aro arousing a great deal of
hitherto dormant energy and ingenuity.
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PROPELLER 8rEAM8Hirs.-Tho New York Time*, of
Thursday, June 22, contains the following notice of the
last run of tho new steamship City of Pari* from Liver
pool to New Yoik. It shows in a striking mannor the
success with which tho British now build propeller
Steamships, their spood being about equal to that of the
best side wheel vessels, and running at half the expense
with double the freight capacity. Nearly all the Rroat
Atlantic steamship Unes aro this year outstripping their
-efforts lu previous years as to regularity and speed. The
keenest contest this season appears to bo botwoon the
?Scotia, of the Cunard Line, and the beau ti foi new steam
ship City of Parit, of the Inman Line. The latter Is a
screw vessel, and looking to her last trip from Liver
pool, she certainly promises to hold her own, for some
timo at least, against all comers. The company, let us
notice, receives no subsidy whatever from the British
or any othor Government Captain KENNEDY is In com
mand ; and we have pleasure in making the following
extract from the log:
TUE PA8BAOE FIIOM LIVEBPOOL.
1866. Fas tuet.
June 16, irom 8. Hook..230
ZJUHJTU OF PASSAOE, APPARENT TIME, TO SANDY
From Liverpool, 9 days, 13 hour*.
Deducting detention at Queenstown, 9 days, 6 hours,
From Queenstown, 8 days, 12 boura, 20 minutes.
3:30 P. M.- Received mails; 3:60 P. M., left Liver
10 A M.-Arrived at Queenstown; 3:30, left Queens
? Light winds throughout, and variable.
Light breeze throughout, and denso fog. Engines
slowed six hours.
Moderate bro? ze throughout.
Calm throughout. 9:16P. M., received pilot.
' 1:60 A. M.-Bandy Hook. 6:12-Anchored at New
? ? ?
HIGHLT Brier FROM RICHMOND.- With the ther
mometer up in the nineties, we would respectfully sug
gsst to our Richmond contemporary that this Is not a
favorable season for demonstrations, suoh as are set
forth In the following card from the Examiner of the
RICHMOND, VA., June 26, 1866.-About seven o'clock
this (Tuesday) evening, while lying In my private room,
In a sick and prostrate condition, the result of an ill
ness for which I had been receiving medical attention,
Samuel James entered my room upon an ostensibly
friendly visit After some casual conversation, he in*
.quired, with some emphasis, where was my brother,
Mr. E A. Pollard. I replied that I believed he wa* In
New York. Ho rejolnod that he bolleved so, and had
?ought him in that city, but that my brother had evod
-ed and "dodged" him. I instantly replied that if he In
tended, by the u*t? of that language, to Impute c ?ward
le? to my brother, that I branded him (James), then
and there, as a coward and poltroon himself.
He remarked that be would be glad to find my broth.
-or; whereupon I Immediately volunteered to have my
brother In this city lu thirty-six boura, offering to cd
? dross a letter on the inaUnt to him In New York. I
commenced the letter, and, before finishing the first
sentence, I again said that if he Intended, by his visit to
and language In my rooms, to impute anything dishon
orable to the character or courage of my brother, that I
would make it a personal issue with him upon the spot,
arlslag from my seat as I made thla remark. He (James?
then struck at me, and he being a man of great physi
cal power and muscle, a scuttle ensued, in which I was
thrown upon my bed, and struck and choked while
On regaining my feet, after a desporate struggle, I
succeeded in kicking bim out of my room, whereupon
some of my friende, attracted bv the noiso, carno in and
eeparated us, he (James) taking to the street. I imme
diately sought him on the street, and not being able to
find him, I now post him (8am James) as a liar, pol
troon and coward.
8a_ ames la further informed that the above card
will be posted by me In all the hotel* of the city, ond
other public places, botween tho hours of 9 and 10
o'clock this morning. H. RIVES POLLARD,
A Card from Mr*. Or. Waiker.
To the Editor of the New York Tribune :
Bin :-Plcaso Inform the public that slnco the Just do
cisi?n cf President Ac on, or tho Board of Police Com
missioners of New York city, in tho case of my Illegal
arrest in tbo Eighth Ward by officer Picket, Justioe
Mansfield (or the Tenth Ward) has canceled, uncon
ditionally, my bond of $300 to keep the peace "for hav
ing appeared In a man's dress, and incited a mob;" said
"dress" having boon the stylo I bave worn In New York
at different times for many years; and said "crowd"
consisting of-a* sworn to by two policemen-one
swearing to "ten or twelve" and the othor to "ton or
The facts aro, that thore were but tbreo person* within
. block in fonr directions. I was locked up for two and
one-half hoare before the farce trial, and then looked
op for want of ball, when Joseph Levy, a perfect s trau g
er, gave ball for me. The first arrest was on Tact day,
-the 6tb, and the last on the Saturday following.
I am, very respectfully, your*,
MARY E. WALKER, M. D.
SYBAOUBX, N. Y.. June 21,1846.
-Other paper* ploaae oopy.
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LIVERPOOL-Per chip Southern nights-400 ton? Coal
?ill) lum'? Tin Plates, 20 ingots Tin, 1 case Books, C<
bundles Sheet Iron, 90 tons Coal, to Order; 0 coski
Hoes, lo Sf Ogilvie; 2 casks and 1 caso Hardware, ti
J Thompson & Co; 309 bora Iron, to Johu Agnow; !
casks PaiiitB, to TS It T O Budd; 39casks anti 1 co??
Hardware, 6 cofks Hollow-ware, 115 bundleB, 'H'.
plat?n Steel, 12 bags" Nails, 7 baleB Wire, AdauiB
Frost ft Co, for Bones, Brown k Co; 97 bbls Bottle?!
Boor, to R Muro ft Co ; 625 Camp Ovons. 700 Covers,
75 Biscuit Ovoue, 100 Iron PotB, to O Qravolov ; It
cratos Earthenwaro, to WB Smith ft Co; 2 pipos
Wlno, to Order; 226 cases Macbtnory, 2 balos Woolen
Cloth, to Kalmla Mills Company.
The Clin neston Cotton Market
Thoro was no ossontlal chango in tbo cotton market
yesterday; if anything, Bono gradeB wero a littlo ?jatier.
Tho sales amounted to 2G0 bales, or ?hieb 220 wore
middling, at 32 conts por lb, and 40 bales strict mid
?Iling at Hu couts per lb. Wo quote:
AUGUSTA, Jnno 28.-COTTON.- Thoro was lomo HtUe
inquiry yesterday, but fow sales. Holders still declino
to " ease off" in their demands.
Gonn.-Brokers aro buying at 150 and selling at 156.
SILVER-Is qulot at 140.
MOBILE, Juno 26.- COTTON.- Thorp Is no (lomond
to-day and no sales. Footors, viewing the steamer's
nowa as being favorable, have advanced their rates.
GOLD -The rate lu tho morning was 148 to 160; on
tbo receipt of tho mon dispatches from New York the
market advanced, and closed at 160 to 163. Small lota
have sold a little bigbor.
SILVER,-Buying and soiling at 136 to 140.
EZOHANOK -Sterling par to ,? premium. Now Or
leans par. Supply small.
MEMPHI8, Juno 26.-COTTON-The market was dall
yestorday, and I ut little disposition to sell was man?
festod by boldore. Wo did n <t hear of any transactions
of note. Tho advices from New Y rk were of tho same
teiior as those of Saturday, "dull and nominal" without
change, and tbo advicoa from Liverpool, per steamer
Corr?anla, wore to tho samo effect. We report ditto
here and ?till quote aa follows:
Good Ordinary.29 @30o
Low Middling.31 @92o
Strict Middling.35 @36o
Good Middling.37 @38c
WILMINGTON, Juno 29.-TUBFKNTIHB-Sales of 140
bbls, at $4 U6 for virgin, $305 tor yellow dip, and $162>i
for hard, per 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TUIU'KNTINE-Has declined one cent, and
market qulot. Bales of 64 bbls, at 48 cents per gallon
ROBIN.-Sales of 50 bbls common, at $2; 128 do at $3
for red and opaquo, $6 26 for No. 1, and SO 25 for pale.
No transactions reported in other articles.
BALTIMORE, Juno 20.- COFFEE- Vory littlo Inquiry;
we report a sale of 140 bags prime Rio at 10?o gold.
Fi.oun-There 1B no inquiry except for local wants,
and In the absence of transactions prices aro only nomi
nally maintained. Fresh ground city is scarce, tho
bulk of tho stock Is composed of Western, and nearly
sil Spring Wheat grinding. City millers have quito
generally auBponded work, and are cleaning up pre
paratory for the now crop. Wo repeat former quota
tions, though to effect nalcfl a co ne ess on on the lower
grades of Super and Extra would have to be made.
Howard-stroot Super and Cut Extra $10 to $10 50; do Ex
tra ShlpplDg $11 60 to $12 60; do High Grades Batalling
$13 to $13 60; do Famllv $14 50 to $15 60; Ohio Supor
and Out Extra none; do Extra Shipping $10 60 to $11 60;
do Retailing $12 00 to $13 00; do Family $14 60 to $16;
Northwestern Super $9 25 to $'. 75; do Extra $10 50 to
$11 60; Olly Mills Super $9 75 to $10; do Shipping
Brands Extra $14 to $14 60; do Standard Extra $11 25
to $11 75; Baltimore, Welch's and Greenfield Family
$17 60; Baltimore High Grade Ext-a $16 60 par bbl.
Rye Flour, new, $6 12? to $6 37? per bol. Corn
Meal-Yellow and white $5 25 to $6 per bbl.
QUAIN-Prime and choice wheats aro very scarce, and
command very full prices, but Western spring reds are
In good supply and very heavy ; no transactions in these
latter descriptions for soveral days. Wo report a sale of
600 bushels old crop Kentucky white at $3 25. The first
receipt of new crop waa offered and sold today, con
sisting of 100 bushels prime white, raised sear Hamp
ton, Elizabeth City county, Virginia, consigned by Geo.
F. Anderson to Messrs. Cox ft Brown, and waa pur
chased at $3 80 per bushel by Messrs. Walker, Dorney
ft Co., manufacturers of tbo Monitor and Ollvor Spring
Family brands. Corn wa* In limited supply to-day.
2100 bnshels white and 2350 bushels yellow comprised
the receipts ; merket was inactive and prices of white
feU off several cents ; sales amounted to 6000 bushels,
and Included several lots loft over from the previous
day; wo report, viz : 2000 bushels mixed and ordinary
white at $1 12 to 1 15; 8000 bushelo good to prime do at
$1 20 to 1 22; 600 bushels yellow, common, at $1; 1600
bushel? prime do at $1 0t to 1 03 per bushel. Oats
540 bnshels received and sold at 68 to 70 cents for light
weight Heavy Western are In good supply and market
very doll; quote at 68 to ?30 cents in bulk, and 63 to 65
cents. Including bags. Rye-Receipts small; no sales.
MOLASSES.-The Imports the last day or two consist of
479 hhds. 10R Donoheons. and 35 bbls. Marko? lo quint,
only sale reported being 33 bhde Cuba on private terms.
PROVISIONS - Tho market continues dull and inactive,
though with llgbt stock the dealers generally are very
firm, not dlspo ed to press the market. Wo notice a
rather better jobbing demand for Bacon Shoulders and
Sides, on orders which are filled at lsst quotations, 17
ct< for Bbouldors and 20 cts for Sides. Tbero Is nothing
doing in other descriptions, and prices are nominally
unchanged, viz. : for Bulk Shoulders 15? cts; Sides VU
eti; Mess Fork $34 per bbl; Lard a- ? to 22cts for City;
22},' to 23 ota for Wo? tern ; and 24 cts for Refined (Bal
timore) lu kegs.
SALT-With moderate demand from jobbers we still
quote Liverpool Ground Alum li 10 to a 16; Mara h all's
and Worlhlngton's Fine $3 76; other brands less known
$3 10 to 3 16 per sack. Turks Island 60c per bushel for
lots from store-supply and demand both light
8uoAn-Imports since Saturday lsst from the West
Indies amount to 2406 hhds, 643 bbls and 80 boxes. The
mtrkot Is very doll, both refiners and dealera keep ont
of the market, and in the absence of transactions quo
tations aro but nominal.
WHISKEY-Romains inactive-no inquiry for large
lots. Yesterday a Bmall sale was reported at $1 28?;
quote nominal at $2 28 to 2 28?; five barrel lots $2 29
to 2 30 per gallon,
New York Market.
The Now York Evening Pott of Tuesday, June 26,
Gold Is active and strong. Before the board the
tram actions ranged from 151 ? to ?65??. The opening
price at the board was 164?, the lowest 164?, and tbe
highest 165?. The borrowing rate is 1-16 in favor of
The loan market Is easy, and very few lenders can get
more than 4 to 6 for call loans on good securities. Com
mercial paper Is rather more freely offered and the ratea
aro 5 to 9.
The following were the chief quotations for gold this
forenoon: 10:30.164?; 11:00, 156?; 11:80, 165? ; 12:00,
165?; 12:30, 166?; 1:00.166?; 1:80, 1607? ; 2:00, lee?.
The following were tbe leading quotations for gold
thU afternoon: 2 SO, Mt?] 8 00.166?; 3.80,155?.
Foreign exchange Is rather tinner. Bills at 60 days
on London are quoted at 107 to 107? for commercial;
108 to 109 for bankers' ; do at ahort eight, 109 to 110?;
Paris at 60 days, 518? to 612?; do at short sight, 612?
to 610; Antwerp, 620 to 812J?; bwiss, 618? to 612?;
Hamburg, 30to86?; Amsterdam, 40 to41?; Frankfort,
?HX to 42?; Bremen, 77? to 70; Prussian thalers,
73 to 74.
PB.ODUCTE HARKET. ,
NEW YORK, Tuesday, June 26.-FLO on, Ac-Tho
Inquiry for Western and State Flour is more active, and
prices are firmer, bnt showed no essential change.
The sales are 7000 bbl? st $6 40 to 7 25 for superfino
State; $7 60 to 8 for extra Sute; f 8 00 to 9 80 for fsnoy
State; $8 to 9 10 for the low grades of Western extra;
$9'Oto 10 16 for shipping Ohio; $10 25 to 14 for trade
and family brands, and $14 23 to 17 for St Louis extras.
Canadian Flon? is firmer and fairly activo. Bales of
369 bbls at $9 60 to 10 16 for tne low grades of extra, and
$10 26 to 13 60 f r trade and f -nilly extras.
Southern Flour la modorately active and firm. Bales
of 800 bbls at $10 60 to 12 for mixed to good superflue
country Baltimore, ftc, and $12 16 to 17 25 lor trade
And family brands.
Rye Flour la firm. Sales of 100 bbls at $6 77 to 7 60.
Corn Meal Is quiet
Onus-The wheat, market Is quiet and holders gone
rally demand full prices The only sslo is 3000 bushels
of Mil wau kio club at $82.40.
Barley and barley malt are Inactivo, and prices are
Osts aro nnsottled and rather easier. Tbe sales are
40,000 bushels Ohloago at 65 to 68o; MUwaukla at 69
Bye ia in Umited request and easier The sales aro
3800 bushels of common to primo western at $106
to 1 10.
I Oom ia decidedly more active, bnt priesa are irregu
i lar. The market opened easier, but at the close wat
Tho sales sr* 190,000 bushels, part last evening, un
sound st 86 to 88o; new western mixed at 00 te 9l?o;
do yellow st 04?, st railroad depot Iuoludod in tho
above sales aro 160,000 bnshels new mixed western, to
arrive, at 88c.
1 PBOTxnon-Ths demand tor pork hu been fair, bul
at irregular rate*. For futuro delivery wo luur of 1200
Ibis mr SB at $32 60, buyer Jut}'; j;u, soller August,
and $32 02 V, buyer, do. Tlio siles, cosh and regular,
aro (i'i?O bbls at $31 12>? t J 31 76 lor niCIB, closing at
Betf Is without chango to ro'e. BaV-s of 160 bbls at
$10?o 14 for old plain meen: $10 to 20 for new do; $11
to 17 for o'd extra ?lo; and $20 to 24 for now do.
Titree beef is neglected.
Beef hams aro ?lulct. Hales of 35 bbls at $40 60 for
Cut moats and bacon aro ?inlet but firm, for choice
lots iu particular.
Lard is altogether nominal and wo omit quotations.
Asur.H-Tho market is fairly activo and firm. SoloB
at $8 26 for pots, and $16 26 to 10 60 for pearls.
COFFEE-Wo heir of no silos, and prices aro nomi
COTTON.-Tho market today Is Armor. Wo ?ino to nt
38c for middlings.
HAT.-The domand has boen fair aud tho markot
quito firm at 66 to 00c for shipping, and 06 to 70c for re
HEMP.-Manila Is dull hut firm at 8J? to 9c, gold; othtr
kinds aro dull and norn nal.
Hors-Aro firm and lu good domand for homo
consumption at from 30 to 60 to 70c, OR to growth aud
LATHS.-Easferu are firm and in fair domand at $4,
LIME.-Rockland is firm and in fair domand at $1 CO
for shipping, and $2 10 for lump.
MoLAtBES-Is dull, but prices aro unchanged.
OILS.-In flBb oils we have no chango to noto. Lin
soed in fair at $1 03 to 1 G6. Lard oil is dull but Arm at
$1 40 to $2 OS for No. 2, No. 1 and prime.
PETROLEUM-le dull aud heavy at MM to 25c for
crudo, 39ii to 41c lor reflued lu bond, aud 60 to COc for
RICE-Is dull and nominal.
buoAn-Raw sugar* aro modoratuly activo and steady
at 13 to 13>ic for Porto Elco, and 10?i to 12c lor Cuba.
Bofined are dull at 16*? to 17c for hards.
TALLOW-Tbo niarkat has boon rather more active and
prices are fully sustained. Sales of 176,000 lbs nt 12\'
to 13c for primo wostorn and city, and \2ii to l?>?o for
Inferior and common iota.
WUIBBEY-The market IB firm bit dull at 2 25>? to $2
26 for stato, and 2 26M to $2 27 for western.
DRY ClOODH MARKET.
NEW YORE, Jnne23.-The Journal of Commerce, says:
Tho markot for Domestic Goods has boon vory firm
throughout the weet, with an advance in many particu
lars, and a growing impression among shrowd holders
that still higher rates will be reached. The reaction in
the gold markot shook tho confldonco of Bom?, but oth
ers affoot t J belle vu that the prices of goods will bo main
tained without reference to tho quotations for gold. If
there is no interruption In the supply of factory help
through the Bummor months, tho production must bo
BO large as to load to Important accumulation* of staple
fabrics. Shonld the Grain crop bo found to bo injured
as much as now predicted, tho West and Northwest will
not feel as eager to buy large Unes of goods aa they havo
been at the height of their prosp Hty, and the South
may be a l^ss profitable customer than Is genorally ex
pected. All these considerations will affeot priocsaat
tbo opening of the fall trade, and those who speculate at
high rates now may find the tide against them when
tbey hope to roiUzu. The currant business 1* not large,
but the trade is far from stagnant, and thoro are no
signs of immediate cessation.
The market for most descriptions of foreign goods 1*
dull. The advance of gold has but little praotioal lnilu
onco upon prices, aa jobbers generally have sufficient
stock to meet the proa! nt wan ta of trade, and will rot
pnrchaso this dais of fabiib* In anticipation of the fu
ture. Thin dress goods of new and choleo styles aro
taken in moderate lota at full price*. Printed lawns
and jaoonets are In excessive supply, the stock having
boen largely increased by recent arrivals, and these are
pressed for Bale at a marked declino. Black and plain
colored silks aro held with rather more flrmnosB. In
woolen* there Is les* activity than was expectod at this
stage of the sesson; fine grade* are hold at full prices
and heavy goods are distributed at improvod rates.
The pales at auction daring the week have been small,
and no Important public offerings will be made until the
oponing of next season's businos*.
Printing cloths, tho Providence Journal of 26th Jnne
say*, are quiet, with quotations nominally the nme a*
previous weok. Bayers have been indiapoaed to ope
rate to any extent until the future of the raw material
is moro fully developed, both at regarda the uncertainty
of European affair* and the prospects of tbo soon ma
turing crop. The following are tho sales: 6000 pieces
?'1x00. private' terms; 16,000 do fjux<34, private terms;
2000 do 00x14, 14iio; 16,000 do 64x64, 16c; 3000 do 04x64
llKo. Total, 40,000 piece*.
Conilgneu par Snntn Carolina Uallroad,
116 bale* Cotton, 13 bales Yarns, 13 bbls Spirits Tor*
pontina, 40 bbls Rosin, Furniture, and 8undrlea. To J
Walker, D D Cohen, J H Oppenheim, P Malkai, Hart k
Co, Dr G Prince, Cart, Kopff k Jervey, D 8 Rhett k Son,
J M Eason, J A Dodge, Willi* k Chisolm, G H Walter k
Co, W W Smith, JB E Sloan. Campbell k Milling, H L
Jeffers k Co, D A Ammo, W H Mauldin, W P Dowling,
Blanton k Bon, N B Fields, J M Caldwell ?fe Bons, Thors
ton k Holme*. J k I D Kirkpatrick, Mrs Gatewood, G
H Hoppock, Kanapaux & Lalauo, J B Bissoll, E Bailey,
National Express and Transportation Co, _ Bunch k
Son, Ebaugh. k MaUonee.
Per ahlp Southern Bights, from Liverpool-J 8 Jones
.nd lady, J W Craig,
Per B'earner Kate, from Palatka, via Jacksonville, Ao
Mr* Gen O won*, Mia* A Owen*, D A Myora, W J Gar
nett, Mr Eager, A L Lo tter house, J M Aimes, Mr Web
ster and servant, J L Savage, Miss M A Fowler, W G
Reed, Mr Knotts and servant, H D Sturdman, E M
Thompson, L L Dutton, 8 Buddie, Miss Anna Josephs.
Thomas Btottatd, J Donahue, D Myara, J Wakefield, J
Mitchell, A M?rlnns, A Sydoll, B A Bhaffonr, J O Weeks,
Mia E flol-mlth anil ?wv.nl, O DoUoiMlUi, A BUIU
mon, T J Perkins, Mrs John Habouy, Jr, and children,
W J Marshall, W E O'Connor, jr, T T Dorby and lady,
J Earnhardt, 6 children and servant. J M Edwards, N
Poltzer, Mr Bennett, H Smith, J M Fairbanks, 8 O
Weaver. J F Tenney, 8 Howell, S F Arneau, Sergeant
Clark, C B A, C P Fisher, J H Wooley, T R Hall, Jobn
Rlobards, Tnomas Abbott, T C Gould, T Postor, Rufus
Smith, John F Swaine, P Oreppen, J Wright, J Koenrur,
and 10 on deck.
PHASES OF TBS HOON.
Laat Q. 6th, - . 63m. morn I First Q. 19th, Gh. 26m. even
New M. 12th, 4 .. 7m. even| ?mil M. 27th, 10b. 16m. oven
ni".?: , I
26: Monday-l 4. .66
26| Tuesday.... I 4..?6
27 Wednesday. 4..86
28 Thursday ..I 4..66
29 Friday.I 4..66
30 Saturday ...| 4..66
3.. 8 ? 6..31
POUT OK t:ilAltl,K?Ttil..
Arrived VciKntay, I Joint 29
Steamship John Gibson, Young, Baltimore-left Tues
day, 4 PM. Mdzo. To Willis k Chisolm, Jeffers A
Oothrans, Webb k Page, W G Wbilden k Co, J k J D
Kirkpatrick, Cohen, Banckel k Co, O D Brahe k Co, H
Bischoff k Co, O Matthcvs, J N Robson, J H Graver, 0
R Holmos, Mike), Boyr > k Co, H Klette & Co, Ravonel
k Barnwell. J N Rob? , D N Averlll k Son, G W Stef
fens k Co, A Tobla?' bona, T J Kerr k Co, H Cobla k
Co, Wurhmann k Co, Fraser 4 Dill, J Campsen ?fe Co, E
F O'Brien, Muller k Nlmttz, Kanapaux k Lalauo, J A
EnBlow k Co, J Hein*. Graeser ?fe Smith. t
Ship Southern Bights, Boss, Liverpool, 43 day?, ' As
sorted Cargo. To Rfvenol k Co, M Ogilvie, J Tbomp
.on k Co, J Agnew, T 8 k T G Budd, Adams, Frost A
Co, Bone*, Brown k Co, R Mare & Co, C Graveley, W B
Smith k Co, Kalmia Mill* Co, and Order.
Steam?!* Kate, L 3 Flynn, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandlna, 8a?-annah, ko. 8 bales 8 I Cotton, and
Mdao. To T J Lockwood, B J Wiss, Hanokol A Co, W
H Harrisson, J R Bell, J H Bredenburg, Southern Ex
press Co, G W Clark k Co, and Order.
from tbls Port.
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York, June 28.
Sehr J J Worthington, Worthington, Georgetown, 8 0,
Behr Yankee Bledo, Coomb?, Georgetown, 8 0, June 28.
Up for tills Port.
Steamship E C Knight, Hollian, at Baltimoro, to sall
June 3 >.
Steamship Adele, Hall, at Baltimore, to Bail June 30.
Steamship Star of the South, Reed, at Ballimore, Juno
~~ AUSTINTANDRUS & CO.,
N0. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
SASH, BLIND AMD DOOR MAKER
No, 21 Jane-street,
May 8 tuthrtmo
CHARLESTON BILL?RD HILL,
Corner Eins ano Market-streets
THE LARGEST, COOLEST, AND MOST COMFORT
AI3LE ROOM lu tho city, furnished with ELEVEN
TABU'S, from tho Manufactory of Messrs. KAVA
NAUOB ft DECKER, Now York.
LOEING & TURNER, Propri'rs.
?K AND SIMBR OOOUN.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, tokos this method of informing
tho publie that ho is rocelving a lull assortment ol
OLOTH8, OA8SSIMEUE8, COATINGS AND VESTING8
of the best forolgn and domestic manufacturo, adapted
to Spring and Summer wear.
These goods having beon purchasod recently, and at
very low figures, persons wishing anything in my Hue
will und It to tholr advantago to give mo a call, as I bave
tho most experienced workmen, and am proparod to
mako thom up In the very best stylo at Edgerton &
Richards' old stand, No. 32 Broad-strcot
Maroh 30_J. S. PHILLIPS.
ANCHOR BRAND, A830RTED, NO. 0 TO 10.
FRENCH BDRR AND COLOGNE, l8 To 40 IN0JE9.
POTS. OVENS, AND 8PIDERS.
For sale at
HART & CO.'S,
CORNER KING AND MARKET 8T8.
Juno 14 lino
JOHN KING & CO.,
WINE AND SPIRIT MERCHANTS,
NOB. 143 and 145 East Bay,
OPP08ITE KERB'S WHARF,
OFFER FOR SALE, LOW FOR CASH :
HEID8IEOK CHAMPAGNE, QUARTS AND PINTS
SHERRY WINE, in cases and in casks
MADEIRA WINE, In cases and m casks
CLARET WINES, in cases, pints and half pints
CURDIALS, in cases-a variety
BITTERS (E. G. Self), in cases
BRANDIES, in cosos and in casks
GINS, In asea and In (?ska
RDM, In cases
WHISKIES, in cases and in casks
ALE, in cases, quarts and pints
LAGER BEEB, in quarter barrels, also In pinta, packed,
eight dosen to the barren. 8moa JOOP li
ISTo. 173 EAST B-A.Y.
LITTLE & MARSHALL,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN AGB1
CULTURAL IMPLEMENTS of aU kinds :
BAW AND ROLLER GINS, horse power, and GRR?I
MILLS, always on han.'..
Agents tor AUGUAMRAULT'S STEAM tiSQlU-.. an
its .f-RHOU'" cVi'E.. t'COnt?i B".vhli. "t
LTJMBEEM E N"
PARTIES ESGAOED IN CUTTING TIMBER, OB
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBEB, STAVES
OR SHINGLES, will do well to ?mil on the snbsorlber,
who having been for many years engaged in the nianu
imuio ??J outproent of Lumber and Timber, is well
posted SB t? ?ho mnla ..,.? "-J~- ~? -*t??r-? -- 7W??
and can always furnish tho lattst market reports from
Enrope, South America, Weat Indies, British Provinces,
and Northern Olti.s, and will famish specifications
Bultod to different markets, and attend to the charter
Ino of vessels, or give any information or assistance
that may be desired. JOS. H. RI8LE?,
No. 110 Esst Bay, corner Accommodation Wharf.
LOUIS D. DKSAUSSURE,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR THE 8ALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND SALE OF
rotten, Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE. NO. ?3 BKOAD-8TREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
March 27 _ toths9 t.mmo
THE SUMTER NEWS,
BL L. DAER,
SUMTER, S- O
A. GOOD ADVERTISING MEDIUM FOR MERCHANTS
flftfIXVTION R1PIDLY INCREASING.
THE PROPRIETOR, WELL KNOWN IN CHARLES
TON, offers to bis old friends the columns <>f his
paper ai a good ADVERTISING MEDIUM ?j!d.'A?
iXare of their patronage, beling assarod that he ?san
give entire M?sfactlon both In style and prices, ha
being a PRACTICAL PRINTER, and w?l give his entire
attention to his paper.
BOSINE88 GARDS inserted st reasonable rates.
ADVERTISEMENTS taken by contraot.
Buslaess Letters will bo addressed to
H. L. DARR,
JJ,? 30 _Sum ter. South Parolina.
1>HK 1JAURH.N8VII.IJK "HERALB,"
PUBLI8HED AT LAUREN8 COURTHOUSE, S. O.
BV CREWS A SIMPSON.
H. r,. M'OOWAH AHD W. D. IJAI.L, EDITOBS.
AS AN ADVERTISING MEDIUM THE HERALD
offers rare lndnoomonts. having a olronlatlon ol
near a THOUSAND 8DB80BIBER8 (and tho list dally
increasing), among a people of wealth and energy.
Bates ol advertising reasonable._Jnne 21
TilK BABTERN SO. OA. JOUIINAIJ
18 PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATURDAY MORNING IB
the town of Bennettsvlllo. 8. O., by W. F. E. HBH
l>?nu.-Tht?e dollars pe* \onomto IswaMM *eit ?
l "iaietoi to?a:or(*ii JsAcom
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY?
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
a o3srnsr__c T j OINT s
WIT II ALL
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGUT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
II. B. PLANT,
App" 2g Prosldont, Augusta, Ga.
HUGEB, & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETINQ-ST.,
CHARL-STON. g. c.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY!
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER, SALAMANDER SAFES, Ao.
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It ha* been remodelled and refurnished
r o ughout. The travelling public, transient visitors, or
i er*, will find in it all the luxuries of a FIRST-CLASS
I TABLI6HMENT, comblnod with the comforts of
The location Is one o I the most airy and pleasant for
a mmer. A BUUard Saloon for the lover* of this
ealthful exercise is attached No paine or expense
p ared to give entire satisfaction.
May 11_F. OPDEBEEOK.
THIS PTB8T-0LA88 HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, le now open for the
eoeptlon of the travelling pabilo.
G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
M*y 33 2mo
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OLOTH8, 0A8
81MERE3 AND VE8TING8 can bo had, together
with a choice assortment ofj
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHIRTS, .made to order, In any
y le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
Ae usuaL lyr ?lune /
GEO. E. CRUMP & CO.
AGENTS FOR MANTJI?AOT?RED TOBACCO,
AND WHOLESALC DBAt.KUS IN
L.H?l'01CS. OltAlN. F_OH-. UAIB,
bLK?All.S. HA k% S ALT-O H*lfil?,
ti 17A NO. Hie.
NO. ?OV HUOA'-J e?<u_x,
???AUQUBTA. QA. .,
??ANAHAN & WARLEY,
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Bovce & Oo._Wharf,l
H. D. nANAUAN.FELIX WABLIV.
HAVING E8TADLI8HED A RRANOH OF OUR
HOUSE IN CHARLESTON, would respectfully
?olicltthe patron ogn of our friond?.
We continue our honse In Columbia, whero our Mr,
II AN AH AN will attend to any business for our Charles
ton frlonda._ lmo_JonoD
SPENCER D.C. VAN BOKKELEN
(Io. 1UH WATKIl-HTllKKT. IWfCW YORK?
PARTICULAR ATTENTION O?VEN TO THE 8ALB
OP COTTON AND NAVAL STORES.
" REPRESENTED BY
GEORGE- PHITOnKTT, Charleston S. O.
D. D. HOCOTT, Camdon, 8. O.
A. H. VAN BOKKELEN, Wilmington, N. 0.
Ant**" *- ?*.?".
BREWSTER & SPRATT,
Attoniejs at Law and Sollelton in Equity?
OTFIOH Ha M BROAD-QTRKJST,