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"ff tai malea the king unhappy ? .
His queen is young and fair,
His children climb around him,
t With waving yellow hair.
His ream, is broad and peaceful,
He fears no foreign foe;
And health to his veins come leaping
In a? the winda that blow.
What makes the king unhappy ?
Alis! a little thing,
That money cannot purchase,
Or fleets and armies bring.
And yesterday he had 41,
With yesterday it went.
And yesterday it perished,
With all the king's contest
For thia he Bits lamenting,
And sighs, '-alack 1 alack !
I'd give one half my kingdom.
Could yesterday come back 1 "
t. COUKCTL CHAMBEE. July 9,1868.
An extra meeting of City Council was held
this evening, at 8 o'clock.
Present-Col. CogeweU, Mayor, and Alder?
men Clark, Geddings Cunningham, Potter,
Lindstrom, Cade? Whilden, -Howard, and
Moore. ' ?
The Mayor stated the object of the meeting,
and after communicating Special Orders, No.
.153, dated July 6,1868, was about surrendering
lus Beat to Mr. G. Wi Clark, the newly appoint?
ed Mayor, when Alderman Whilden rose and
?offered the following, which was unanimously
Mr. Mayor; and-Members of the City Council:
In parting with one with whom I have
been officially associated so pleasantly for over
.four months-in a trying position-it ls meet
. and proper that he should carry with him some
testimonial of his service, if that service has
been perform: d faithfully and to the best of his
ability; if otherwise, then silence would beet
^indicate our appreciation.
Placed in charge of the municipal affairs of
the city at a time when the citizens and tax?
payers were powerless, his actons have been
oareiuDy^scanned, and his administration wouhi
, nave been assailed and condemned, -had the
smallest opportunity been given. Opposed as
I am to the principie that placed hun here,
I ooi chally, on beb. If of myself and the majori?
ty of those gentlemen who were, for a longer
tune, associated with him than any now in this
roouj, tender to Colonel Cogswell the thanks of
the old Council, and I trust also of the entire
community, for the impartial mannerie which
V li? has administer ed the affairs of the cuy.
If error has been committed, it has been of
tito head and not of the heart; and few men
could have filled the office, under existing cir?
cumstances, more acceptably to the people of
?Charleston. I behove that my remarks will
meet a hearty response, and the approval of
the present Council. Therefore, be it
Resolved, That in parting with Colonel M.
Cogswell, as Mayor of Charleston, he carries
with hun our beet wTehes for his success and
The Mayor pres sn ted his report, which was
ordered to be spread on the journals; after
^which he mtrodnced Mr. G. W. Clark, Mayor,
who, upon assuming- the chair, made the fol
- In tatong upon myself the onerous and re
aponsible position of Mayor by military ap
pcintmant, not knowing- that I shall have time
io complete any reformatory measures that
may be commenced, any and all remarks are,
perhaps, superfluous; consequently, I sha!
" confine myself to as few and general observa
Lions aa possible. -. /
The financial condition of the city having so
recently been plainly brought to your notice,
and sundry measures for Us improvement hav?
ing been inaugurated, I feel it my du ty to urge
. on the good work to' final completion. Desir?
ing to-see this city improving, her inhabitants
fr ..prosperous and happy, it shall be my most
y. ; earnest effort to so direct its government,
however short my terni of office, thatwhenwe
- leave our positions for regularly elected in?
cumbents, our fellow-citizens shall not. in the.'r
restrings at the return of. civfirights and
privileges, reproach us with not having hyth
tully oerfonned our eelMmposed and, some?
times, thankless labor.
Hr. Whilden ?hen offered the following
resolution which was laid over :
Resolved, That the sum of one thousand
dollars be placed to the creditor Mrs. M. Cogs?
well rathe First National Bank, and that a
-copy of the preamble and resolutions offered
this evening, be sent to Mrs. Cogswell as a tes
. trmor.ial of the appreciation of this body for
;',ihe"services of Colonel Cogswell while sering
. ae the Mayor ox Charleston.
'.'Mayor Cogswell, before 'retiring, submitted
-, the following report r
To, the City Council assembled.:
Having been relieved from the important po?
sition of serving, as chief magistrate of this
etty, ? have thought it would .be proper, before
. vacating ray- seat, to invite your attention to
' KU ch matters aa relate to my official career.
On the 7th day of March last, by order of
Brevet Major-Gen aral E. B. 8. Canby, I was
... assigned, to duty as Provisional Mayor of the
Cityo? Ohadesron, ouseBrevet Brigadier-Gen
- erk! W. "W. Burns, relieved at his own request.
Upon assuming the duties of the office I
found a; large amount o? dry currency in cir?
culation, in addition to which there was a float?
ing debt of some sixty thousand dollars at an
interest of one end a half per cent, per month.
Toe neglected condition of the streets, drains,
. cutiere and- sidewalks' randered it necessary
^ jg hie to JPjJXsue^ a ?ourse'of improvements.
IJ? wolu ?i repairing tue streets having been
commenced by my predecessor, I determined
. j to carry it on as a pub?c necessity. Tho pave?
ments in the principal thoroughfares have been
. repaired, .as we!} aa on the main 'streets. - The
unsightly cojumns which, stood In front of the
.- Circular Church, on Meeting-street, have been
removed and add* a greatdeal to the appear
.. ^^.^owutifulstreet, ;
L number of ope> ind vacant lots h?re been
fenced-in, m?stly throughout the burnt dis?
tricts, this at a email cost, the owners of the
lots bearing one hali the expense.
A largo number of carts and laborers were
employed to fill up and level low lots, a matter
of RTeat importance aa regerds the sanitary rex
galatians and health of the arty. Old and
worn out gutteranave been removed, and new
onep replaced, aiae and main drain?have been
r repaired, new: pavements have been laid down
in Afferent- parts of the city, new curbs for
side walks have taken the place of o'dones ;
many low. lots have have been drained and a
large namberof nuisances then existing abated.
The scavengers'con traet for cleaning the (streets
. at my suggestion was cuanged, at a saving to
the city of some $20,000 per annum the work
going on as well aa in former years, when it
cost double that amount. A new shell road is
belog constructed in the upper wards, com?
mencing from the intersection of Spring and
Meeting streets, and terminating at the city
Wandary ; the.expense of constructing this
. road wff not fall entirely on the city, a portion
of the money having been raised by private
. contributions from merchants, farmers and
other persons directly interested in it. The
contract with Mr. P. O'Donnell tor paving
certain streets bas been carried out. Before
concluding the subject on streets, I would re?
commend that whenever it should become
necessary to- repair King street, a shell road
be constructed, as in my opinion it would
' answer all the purposes, and will cost less than
any other toaa covering.
Thia department has bean In operation for
over two years and is supported mostly by the
United States Government. Two hospitals have
been established-ono rn Mazy ck-street and the
o the r in Hampstead. This department is un?
der the supervision of Dr. Geo. 8. Pelzer, the
City BegiBtrar, who has conducted the man?
agement cf the same with great care and judg?
ment. I have had the rent of the Hampstead
Hospital reduced from $1500 to $800, thus sav
ing $700 per annum. The control of the entire I
Health Department and the support cf the
same will shortly be transferred to the city.
General Scott has promised to tura over ail
the hospital furniture, together with a Bofiloient
quantity Of medicines to last over six months.
This institution has become-a source of great
relief to the poor of the city. The demands oh
"it axe rdaily increasing, the pensioners' hst
Blowing a large increase for the last six mouthe.
I obtained from the United States Govern?
ment a large quantity of bedding, blankets,
?c., which were sadly needed, and which, if
purchased by the city, would have taken $3000
out of its treasury.
The support of thia very important institu?
tion is a matter Of great consideration. The
agreement between the City Council and the
Trustees on*the surrender and transfer of tbe
p?operty of the latter to the former, makes it
o?figatory, ?nd the city, ba good faith, is
bound to maintain it. *
By reference to the journals of Council, it
' wifibe seen that the matter of supporting thia
institution any longer was freely diacnssed,
and it was not undi I had decided in favor of
-the College that the-appropriation was made.*
The importance of sustaining and keeping
th ip efficient branch of the city department h is
also been a subject ef deep consideration. I
found Heverai of the companies without houses;
their apparatus were housed in old stables and
outhouse?. Deeming it a matt er of great im?
portance, I brought the matter to the attention
of Council and urged the immeOiate building
of new houses, ind, I am happy to say, that be?
fore retiring from office, I have the pleasure of |
reporting two engine houses and one truck
house nearly commet ed, one of which is now
cocupied bj the Phoenix Company.
It is with pleasure that 1 bear testimony to
the efficiency of the officers of the city, and
more particularly the. Clerk of Counoi?, with
whom I was brought in daily contact. Col. E.
B. White will accept my thanks fer the efficient
and able manner in which he conducted all
matters referred to him while employed in the
Engineer's Department. The operations of the
entire Police Department have beep, to a
marked degree, efficient and creditable, and
merit the approbation of the community.
The main guardhouse has been put in a per?
fect state of repair, the Mayor's Court room,
officer's and private's quarters have been fitted
up, also the yard and stables-the^ntire ex?
pense of the same having been paid out-of the
fines imposed in the Mayor'3 Court.
i HOUSE OT CORRECTION.
The establishment of an institution of this
kind waa very much needed in this city. The
floating population having increased to some
extent, I found it necessary to open the old
workhouse for the purpose of confining per?
sons who were brought before me for various
misdemeanors. I have found it to work to my
entire satisfaction, and hae bad a good effect.
THE PAYMENT OF OUTSTANDING DEBTS.
I am nappy to* Bay that various notes due by
the City Council when I came in office have
mostly been paid, and the collat?rale pledged
for them have been released; negotiations have
been made for the balance, at the rate .of seven
per cent, per anntun.
I would suggest the propriety of establish?
ing an office of this kind. The short time I have
been in office convinces me of the importance
of such an office.
I would recommend to Council that, as soon
es practicable, an appropriation be made for
improving the Butledge-street mall, for the
convenience and pleasure of the citizens living
ont in that direction. It has become a great
resort for pleasure seekers.
In conclusion, I have .only to express my
thanks to the gentlemen who composed the old
Board of Aldermen, for their kindness on many
occasions, and for the support I have received
in the administration of my office. The present
Board of Aldermen will aleo accept my thanks
for the support I have received during the short
period of oar administration.
I desire particularly to thank the citizens of j
Charleston fdr their liberality and good feeling,
and for the consideration they have shown me;
also the city press, who have always discussed
my official actions with courtesy. I retire with
my best wishes for the welfare of the citizens of ?
Charleston, and hope that the succeeding
Council may be actuated by judicious and pa?
triotic views, and so discharge their important
functions as. to merit tbe approbation of the
whole community whose interests and honor
will be committed to their care.
Coan ul adjourned.
W. H. SMITH,
, Clerk of Council.
NEW YORK-Vax steamship Manhattan-313 balea
Upland Cotton, 002-bein Rosin, 26 tierces Rice,
75 obis Flour, 232 r . \-- Dames Jcs, 60 bund'es
Paper, 2440 tacts Wheat, 464 bbls Potatoes, 988
crates Vegetables, 1394 crated Peaches, 404 empty
bbls and sundries.
BALTIMORE-Sehr Redingtcn-180,000 feet Lum?
ber. ._ ?
The Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, ?
CHARLESTON. Saturday Evening, July ll, '68. I
There were no sales during the day, and, in the
absence of transactions, the market wts entirely
nominal. We omit questions.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON. July 21- Evening. Consols, 94}i@94M;
LIVERPOOL, July ll-Noon. Cc tum quiet ; sales
9,000 bales. Breadstuns quiet.
LIVERPOOL, July ll-Evening, Cotton quiet;
sales, 8,000 bales. Corn 13a 2d. Flour dull. Lord
buoyant at 64s Cd. Sug?\ 26 ; afloat, 26s 3d.
NEW YORE, July il-Noon.-Mjacy las'. Geld
141;;. Virginias, coupons, Sift; uew 57)?. Teu
nesseee, ex-coupon, 71X; new 70& Flour I0al5c.
lower. Com lc. lower. Mes- perk firmer at $28 60,
Lard, steam, 17??ai8>?c. cotton quiet at 32&c. Tur?
pentine firm at 44c Ro -in, common strained, $2 91
Evening.-Money easy. Gold li4.ST. Govern -
men ts dull. Stocks quiet Cotton a shade easier;
sal es 1600 bales at 32a32 ??c. Flour I0a20c. lower du?
ring the day ; superfine State SB 75*7 20. Wh eat v-ry
dull and~Si5c. lower. Corp heavy and la2c. lower.
Pork, fair demand st $28 37%o28 65. Lard firmer;
kettle 18#al8j? Naval stores quiet Groceries
dmL Freights farm.
BALTIMORE, July ll.-Mess port firm at S29. Ba?
con advancing; shoulders 14*?.
WILMINGTON July ll.-Spirits turpentine active
at 39, New York casts S9& Rosins in demand;
strained $7; No 2, 212K: No 1, $3a8 75. Tar stesdy
SAVANNAH, July IL-Cotton duB; so silts; ml?.
dungs 31a ; receipts 70 boles.
AUGUSTA, July ll,-l(a*?S? fiat; notting doing;
middliD?S Nominally 30. .
MOBILE, July LL-Cotton, no eales; middling
nominally to. Experta 4 bales; no receipts.
NEW ORLEANS, July ll.-Cotton easier; middling
82c.; srdiw 200 bales; receipts 6 balea Sterling 63)?
a56. Tork night Xa& premium. Gold 140il40K
Fiour firm; superfine $7 60; choice $10 60al3 60.
Cuba sugar, fully fair, 13>?al3&&
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The Liverpool Cotton Market, .
LIVERPOOL. June 26.-COTTON.-(From the
Brokers' t irculor.)-Cotton wa? in extensive deasand
on Friday at odvanciag rates, and on >aturdayol60
the amount of business was considerable. The salee
on Monday were to a fair extent but the market was
quiet and on Tuesday and Wednesday, with less
doing, prices became depressed and irr. gular. To?
cay the demand has revived, and a firmer tone has
prevailed, prices closing with little change from the
quotations of last weak generally. For sea island
the e is rather more inquiry, but only at the lowest
prices recently current American after an advance
on Friday and Moturdav, declined ^d per lb., but
hos recover ea, and is now on the average fully as
hum ae on ihursdoy last New York advice to the
26th instant quote middling S0J? cents, costing to sell
in Liverpool 12%d per lb, by K??QF vessel or steamer.
Brazil has been difficult to sell, but closed without
material 'bange. Egyptian continues heavy of sale,
without quotable change. Surat was m good demand
on Friday and saturday at rather dearer rates, nut
with loss demand the improvement is scarcely main?
tained. J he latest quotations for cotton "to arrive"
are: American, basis ol middling Mobile, landing
lld, ll l-16d; ship named llj.'d. Dhollerah, lair
new me> chants, ship named, 8 ?id: April shipment
8%d; fair merchants, old, February s .fling, 8 j ?ri.
Oomiowuttee, fair new merchants, soiliDg March,
8H d ; March and April 8,*?d per lb. Tbe sales of the
week amount to 68 '?H> baie?, including 8660 on specu?
lation and 14,330 d. dared for export/- leaving 45,400
bales to tbe trade. Fr day, June 26-The eales to?
day amounted to 15,000 bales, including 3000 OD
speculation and for export, with steadier prices.
8ALES OP COTTON FOR WEEK ENDING JUNE 25,
Boles. x>. s. Bales.
910 8es Island.22 @60 )
10 Ditto Stained... 14 S 23 1790 speculation.
12620 ?pland..9?@H? r
6200 Mobile. 8?@12? I 6120 export.
11060 Orleans.8?@13? I
1930 Pernam ? Par'bl0>?@13>? 1
2220 Rio (Santos)....10 @llK? ! 1880 sp?culation.
1510 Maranham..10?@12 f 2290 export.
4160 BahiaAMaceio.lO?@12 j
3810 Egyptian..9?@17 I 270 speculatioa.
780 Smyrna, 4c... 8}?@10?) 140 erpott
100 West India, 4c. 9?@12 ? 200 speculation.
- La Guayra. -?- > 420 export.
' 1100 Peruvian.7?@12?) T exp
19150 East Indian_6 @10? I 1420 speculation.
- China 4 Japan. '-@- J 5360 export
Wces ?qn^ty f?r ?a?r| Import this week.
WeBt todies, 4c.2160
The stock cf cotton in Liverpool is estimated to
day af 607,330 bales, against 748,670 bales teat jear,
thus showing a decrease of 111,310. There are in
stock 369,100 bales American, against 389,760, 135,820
bales Brazil, ?gaiuBt 149,190,52,620 bales Egyptian,
against 51,550, and 33,240 bales East India cotton,
against 127,270 last year. The quantity of cotton
at sea for Great Britain ie reported at 639,200
bales (or 39,500 from America, and 499,700. from
East Ludia), against 613,900 bales last year (or
73,000 from America atad 53',300 from East
India), thus exhibiting a.decrease in the quanti?
ty of cotton at sea, compared with 1867 of 63,
800 bales. The quantity imported compared with
the same date last year shows the immateri?
al increase of 60 bales; the quantity tasen for con?
sumption* an increase of 139,790 bales; tasen on
speculation an increase of 264,740 bales, and ac?
tual export a decrease of 112,990 bales.- Middling
upland cotton is Quoted at ll?d, against lld* ;
middling Orleans aril ;;d, against li ?d; fair Pexnaia
at ll?d, against 12d; iv ir fc'gyptian at 123, against.
16?d; and fair Dhollerah Surat at 9d. against the
same figure at the corresponding date in 1867.
Compared with last week's figures, the stock of
cotton shows the inappreciable decrease of 4650
bales, and in the interval tbs trade have taken
45,400 bales, and exporters 14,330-together 59,730
bales. The actual export has b cn 8309 bales, and
the import 18,790 bales. It will be observed that
the quantity reported for export is much in excess of
the actual export; there was a similar d'flerence last
HAVANA, Joly 1.-Sogar market quiet, few offers
exceeding S3 76a$l per 100 lbs. for No. 12. Quota?
tions may therefore be fixed SB follows : NOB. 7all>,
$3 37?aS3 62? ; Nos llal2, 83 75a?l ; Nos. 13al4,
$4a$4 12 ? ; Noa. 15al7, SI 25a*l 50 ; Nos, 18a 20,
$4 62>?a*4 87 J?. Whites, $187?a$6 50. . Muscova
doe-, for inferior to fair refining. $3 25af3 62? ;
for good fair to superior, S3 76aS4 ; for grocery
grades including centrifugals, SI 12?a*4 37?.
Stock in Havana 877,548 boxes and 3,452 hhda. ; m
Matanzas, 92,856 boxes and 7,771 hbds. At th s time
last year the stock in Havana was 311,552 bjxes and
2 259hhds,: in Matanzas, 14,291 boxes and 5.038
hbds. Molasses-moderate demand, but stocks
being small prices continue firm at5?a5? ia. per
keg (5% galls; for clayed and 6?a6? rs. for musco?
vado. Boney-Fan* demand and holders firm at 50c,
per gallon. Bum-Prices continue well sustained at
$27a27 ? per pipe for colored and S33a31 for white.
FREIGHTS-The amount of disposable tonnage in
port is small, but the demand very limited; rates BB
follows: for Sugar to North.coaat to United 8tates,
$1 per box, and $5?a$6 per hhd; for molasses $4a
EXCHANGE.-Demand moderate, and transact)OM
limited at the following rates: London, 6 ) days, 10?
al0? premium; United States currency, 60 days,
SSJftJQdiscount; short, 28?a2fl? discount; gold, 60
days l?al? discount; short, par.
MATANZA*. July 3.-Sines Jone 5th tho sugar
market has periods of activity and depression, prices,
however,' showing little change, the unfavorable ac?
counts from Europe being met by lower freights and
great scarcity of goods suitable for refiner's us e. The
receipts from the country show a notable falling off,
and we now estimate stock at 4< 00 h has and 35,000
boxes in first hands, and 6000 hhds and 38,000 boxes
in second hands, with som? 1500 hhds s UH on the
estates. We reduce our last quotations ? rial, re?
marking that the most desirable and largest lots of |
clayed and Muscovado ere held higher.
WIT MIN GI ON, July ll.-T cur ENTINE-Receipts
meagre and demand lair. Sales of 95 bbls at 12 GO ,
for virgin and yellow dip, and SI 50 for hard. $-280
t-parrs TUIIKENTINE- Market steady at former
quotations. Bales ot 321 bbls at 39 cents for country
and 36 dc$t 89% cents per gallon for New York pack?
ROSIN-The lower grades are in moderate request,
and at 'he close prices are a shale better, halos of I
1125 bbls, at SI 93amfor strained; 22, $2 10i2 12?
forNoa, aud $3, S8T6a3 75 for No 1. as in quality.
2 AB-15 bbls received and soldat $210 uer DDL
Sew York market.
MONET M A TUTET.
- The New York Journal of. Commerce, of Fri?
day, July 10, saje:
The money market is moderately active, tnt the
supply of capital is 'fully ?quai to the wants of bor?
rowers. 1 emporory loans are easily obtained upon
acceotable collaterals at 4a6 per cent, the louer be?
ing tho prevailing rate on government securities and
the higher upon pledges of stock1. Tbe rango of |
discount lor the test business paper i* 5 ?ac per cent
NEW YORK, July 9.-BBEADSTUFFS.-The mar?
ket for State and Western flour opened 10 to 15c
bettor, and closed dull with buyers refusing to pay
the advance. There ls scarcely any export demand,
and the sp eula "vc inquiry has fallen off materially.
The sales are 69?C bbls at SC 90a$7 85 for superfine
State ; $815a8 60for common extra t tate ; is 56a8 75 for
good to choice dc; S6 80a9 65 for fancy do; $C 90a7 35
for superfine Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, kc,
and S815a8 75 for extra do; S8 85al015 f r choice
extra do, including shipping brands of round
hoop Ohio at S8 75a9 60, and trade brands of do at
$9 C5al2 7C; good to choice white wbeat extras at
S10 85al2 75; St. Louis at $8 50al0 for common
to fair eura, and $10 OOall SO for good to choice,
We quote: Superfine fctata, (6 90a7 3S; extra State
$8 I&u8 75; super Western, f6 90?735; extra Western
S8 I0:i8 76; extra Ohio round hoop $8 7Ea9 60; do
trade $9 05al8 75; extra Gsnesse? -a-; extra St.
Louis S8 60aU 50. WW*
SOUTHERN fio mt-Opened with a good d?nr.nd |
at belier prices, and closed dull. We notice so?e3 of
700 bbls at $9al0 50 for fair extra, und S10 60al5 for
good to, h ice do.
CALIFORNIA FLOUR-Thc market opened steady
and closed du.], with prices barely matntaiuA. The
sales arc 1500 Backs at $10 3Sal2 60.
WHEAT-The market i pened 1 to 2c higher, but as
the shippers refused to operate to any extent and the
home trade ia light, the market closed dull with ad?
vance last The sales are 17,500 bushels at S2 10 for
No 1 spring; S2 27? for choice amber Green Bay;
$2 55 new amber Georgia; $2 65 tor new white Geor?
gia, and S2 90 for choiea white Michigan.
CORN-The market opened one to two cents better
and closed qulctly^hth the improvement lost, sales
were made of 110,000 bush, at SI 12aSl 15 for West
era mixed afloat ; SI 15 for high mixed nearly yel?
low ; closing at SI 12aSl 13 tor good sound parcels ;
$1 ISail 16 for old Western mixed in store, closing at
SI 15, and SI 05for damaged.
OATS-^Opened firmly and closed dull and droop?
ing, with lees ape ulative inquiry. Sales were mads
of 17,000 bush Western, in store, at S5?c.
COFFEE-The market for Rio ia quiet, but prices
remain without change. We do not learn of any
sales of importance.
COTTON-There is Borne inquiry from a few of the
spinners, but senorally tho market is very dull and
prices are easier. The salee are 1,315 balee to spin?
ners. We quote :
Florida. Mobile. New Orkana Texas.
Ordinary.28 88? 28.',' 21?
Good ordinary.29? 29? 30 30?
Low Middling.31 31? 31? 31?
Middling.32? 32? 33 33?
TTE WOODS-Tho market for logwood is firm ; 165
tons St Domiogo sold at 12 J currency.
GUNNIES-There is a quiet market, with no Eales to
Bax-Is unchanged in price, with a moderately
active market ; coles are making at 70c. tor shipping,
and ? la A 85 for retail qualities.
MOLASSES -1 he market is dull, and prices continue
to be i ommal. We quote clayed at 13al5c. ; Musco?
vado at 65a60c., and Porto Bice at 50a7oc.
NAVAESTOEES--Spirits turpectin ls a little firmer,
with suies of 120 bbls., in lots, at 43?a44c. ; 150 bbls.,
in shipping order, at Ile. Rosins area littlemore
steadily held, with Bales of 1,600 bbls., strained com?
mon at S3 80, and 200 bbls., good strained et S3 85,
Tar ie in fair demand, with salea of 50 bbls. Wilming
.on, large barrels, at S3 50, and ito bbl:-. Washington,
BaSS galls., at*3 25.
PROVISIONS-Pork-"! he demand is much more ac?
tive, and with fair offerinxa prices arc stronger, TVe
notice sales of 1,000 bbls. mess at S27 95a$28, regu?
lar way, closing at the inside price. The jobbing
trade is quiet t J day. but prie s rema n steady. Ufe
quote mess at $28; el l mess at S27?7oS28; prime
and extra prime at S22 50aS22 75, and prime mess
at S2125a $21 Se. The afternoon market is strong,
withs fuir inquiry. We notice soles of 500 bbls.
mees at $28, regular way, and 500 bbls. for August
delivery, sellers' option at $2812.
BEEF-There is, but a moderate business doing.
We notice sales 190 bbls it $15a$21 for plain West
em mess, and ? 21a$25 for extra mess.
hicoKED MEATS - The inquiry is moderate, and,
with light offerings, pnces are steadily held. We
quote bagged hams at 17 ali lc; shoulders at Halbe,
and clea rib at 17al7?c.
CUT MEATS.-There is a fair demand from the
home trade, and, with a reduced stock, prices ore
rather stronger. We notice sales of 100 tes hams in
sweet pickle, Thome's braun, ai 17c. We quote
shoulders in dry salt at 12?al3c.
LARD-The demand from tho exporters and re?
finers continues to exceed the supp.y, and as a con?
sequence higher prices are prevailing. We notice
eales of 780 tierces at lC?al7c ior No 1 to prime city,
ano 17?al7?c for steam rendered Western ; for iu
turedelivery the demand ii fair at very full prices.
We notice sales of 250 tres prime Bteam rendered for
July, buyers' option, at 17?c. and 250 tes for Au?
gust, buyers' option, at l*"?c. We quote No 1 West?
ern on tho spot at 17ol7?c ; steam rende ed and ket?
tle dried at 17?aT7?c and kettle rendered at 17>ia
BUTTES-There ie but little doing, and price.; tove
a downward tendency. 1 be roc ipls confirme to be
fair, and the demand ie eltner for prime Western for
shipment to California or for small lots of State for
local une. There ia no sp?culative feeling in the
market; buyers will take such lots as they want at
current rates, but it would require a material con?
cession to induce them to lay in any stock. We
quote Western at 20a28c, and State at 28a35c for com?
mon to facey.
BICE-lhere is no new feature in the market; 100
bags Rangoon, in bond, sold at 3?c gold. Carolina
is quoted at 10?all ?c.
SUOAB-There is a moderate business doing in
raw, mainly for refining purposes, at about former
rates. Wc quote fair to good refining at ll?all?c,
and No 12 box at I2?c. The sales are 1075 hhds,
part at U?al3c for Cuba, and 12?al3J?c for Porto
Rico. The demand fir refined continues to he fair
at unchanged figurer. We quote soft yellow a' lia
ttji>; soft white at 15j?ftl5J?c, and crushed, pew
dered and granu'ated at 16?al6Kc.
Boston Market. 0B1B
BOSTON, July 8.-COFFEE.-There is very little
dolus in coffee. Java is held at 23?c, gold, with
small sales; 100 bags Rio sold at 14?al6c, gola; 150
bags Maracaibo, to arrive coastwise, at equal to 93c,
currency, and St Domingo at 9?'a??c per lb, gold,
COTTON-The market for cotton is firm and prices
have been steadily tending up during the week, now
ruling l ?c per lb higher. The sales have been in
small lots as wanted by monuiacturers, and we
quote ordinary at 28a29c; good ordinary at29aU0c;
low middling at 31a82c; and middling at 32?a33?
per lb for uplands and Gulf. The stock in tte
country ia quite small, and holders are confident of
a nigher range of prices, CB the season advances a.d
stocks become more reduced.
MOLASSES-There continues to le a very quiet feel?
ing in this article, and with th e trade scarcely any- .
thing has b . en done. ' Sales of small lots of common
Muscovado at 12c ; 100 hhds Surinam at 42a44c; 1000
hhds Portland su?arbouse on private terms, suppos?
ed for distilling; and 250 hhds Cuba Mu ?ovado on
NATAL Sronss-Spirits turpentine is dull and
prices have eased off to 47a46c per gallon, with small
sales. Ju tar a considerable decline has taken place,
.and prices ore-no v about $2 per bbl lower than last
week.. Sales ot small lots at S4 25a460; 200 bbls at
S3" 50; and 130 bbb. ar $3 25 per bbl. In resin, small
sales of common- black at S3 75, andcommonslraiued
at $3 per bbL In pitch, thesa.es have been in small
lots at St per bbl.
RICE--mall sales at loralie for Carolina and 10c
for Rangoon; and 145 bags Rangoon at 9?c per lb,
curr in cy. ^
DOMESTICS-There is considerable doing in cot
ton goods and sales have been made at full prices.
The stock in the hand-? o; manufacturer.; is qu te re?
duced and all standard goods are held firm, with an
upward tendency. In woollens there is very-little
change. There is a fair demand from the clothicrs.at
previous prices. Carpetings have boen ia better de?
mand and selling at improved prices.
GUNNY BAOS-The market for gunny bogs is firm
but quiet Sales of 100 bales at 18c, for heavy ba^s.
GUNNY CLOTH-The demand for this article is good,
and fuBprices continue tobe obtained. Hie sales
comprise 800 balea at 22J?c currency, for immedi?
ate delivery; 100 bales at 22Xc? 60 days; and 330
bales deliverable September 1st at 22Jfc, currency.
Consignees per Sou tn Carolina KaUroad,
76 bales Cotton, 20 bales Domestics, 75 bbls Flour,
3350 bushels Grain, 1621 boxes Fruit, 9 cars Lumber,
2 cars Wood. 2 care Cattle. To Goodrich, Wineman
ft Co, Bart ft Wirtb, Kinsman ft Howell, Wost ft
Jones, F W Claussen, R Issertel. H Steitz, H Bui
winkle, J A Quackonbush, Goldsmith b Son, Kana
paux ft Lanneau, Welch b Brandes, G H Walter k
Cb, G W Will lams k Co, J B E Sloin, ChisoJm Bros,
Crane, Boylaton k Co, Cameron, Barkley k Co, B B
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
355 bbls Naval Stores, cars Lumber, Mr^ze; kc To
S D Stoney, H W Kinsman. Mazy ck Bros, A A Gold?
smith & Co, J Marshall, Jr, B F Simmons, M Go.d
snMth k Son, G E Pricchett, J Campeen k Co, Gail?
lard & Mi nott, and J A Quack enbush.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-G B
Denols, Mrs A B Wap'es, Miss C A Michel, Mrs Har
perssett 3 children and servt Jacob Small, Bev M B
Myers, lady and servant, O S Burckmyer and lady,
Miss Burckmyer, Mrs H A Tupper, W H Rhett, Mids
D A Bacon, Col Dennis and lady, Mrs Mary Heys,
Mrs B K Scott, Mrs Reed and 3 children, Mrs P
Stroub and daughter, Miss E Brown, Miss A Yen?
ning, W McKeife, J H Blai volta J Materton, P Brady,
H A Hamilton, Mrs J H Feory, Miss Schlver, Mrs
Cibley and daucbter, Miss Hamilton, Miss Wheeler,
Mrs Catherine Kenny, Mrs Mary Dinner and 5 chil?
dren, Mrs Catherine McDonald an') 3 children, F F
> R Russell, L Laherty, C H Pearson, S E Welsh, J
Fisher, A J Sahnas, R W Gale, W Tommey, General
Burns, lady and children, and 20 deck.
Per steamship Monterey, from New York-H Has?
tie and lady, A P Castella, J Odell and child, W H
Bright, C M Small, W S Ritchie, L W Wyman, Geo H
Wayne, B Grenfield, M P Pooler, B dates, WB
Mo re, and 3 steerage.
Per steamer Dictator, from PaUtka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and'havannah-A Chisoltn, W H
Bennett, Goo W Baines, Denaux and lady.MissSylcs,
Mist Howell Mrs Dottercr, J B Taylor and wife, Mr
Arnau, Eenedv and son, John and William Braikey.
Miss Simons, Beltran, Jno F O'Nel1, Easton, wife and
son, Honman, Mr Gilbert and family, and 10 on
PHASES OF THE MOON. ^
Full Moon, 4th, 3 hours, 31 minutes, evening.
Lost Quarter, 12tb, 7 hours, 32 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 19th, 4 home, 48 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 26tb, 8 hours, 43 minutes, morning.
SISES. I SETS.
sets I 7..29
Port of Charleston, July 13.
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nichols, New York, - dav*,
Mdzo, ftc. To Wm Booch, G W Aimbr, D A Ammo,
C D Ahrens & Co, W M Bird k Co, Bollmann Uros,
Jno Buck k Co, H Brown, E S Burnham, ChKlm
Bros, Claclus k Witto, H Cobi i k Co, Cameron, Bark?
ley & Co. Dowin k Moise, D F Fleming k Co, Jno
Hurknmp k ?o. J S Hall, agent, H Henze, Hart k
CS, J *?7 Harrisson, King ft Gibbou, C Lilionthnl,
Muller, Nimitz k Co, A McCobb, Jr, B O'Neill, D
O'Neill, J B Pringle, Bavonel k Barnwell, J H Eon.?
nelccr, J N Robson. D N Sllcox, H Slegitne. P C
Schi o 1er, G W Meilen?, V B Vlncont J KM Wohlt
mann, W L Webb, D A Walker, S 0 R R AgeuL
Steamship Monterey, Ryder, New York. Mdze. To
To Ravenel k Co, Adams Ex, D A Arumo, G W Aima*,
J D Aiken k Co. Jno Archer, W M Bird k Co, Boll
mann Bros, J C Burckmyer, C D Brahe & Co, H
Bischoff, Jno Commins T M Cater, J Connors, C,
Clacius & Witte, Steamer Dictator, Duval ft Son,
Dowie k Moise, Fogartie's Store, * Foss, Forsyths,
McComb k Co, J H Graver, Goodi ich, Wineman k
Co, C Graveley, G A Gruber, Hart k Co, N A Hunt.
1 J HUthtower, Hurkimp k Co, H Hasted, Jeffords &
Co.KiOg k Gibbon, Kellers k Co, H Klatte k Ca, C
LUieuthal, G J Luho, Muller, Nimitz k Co. Mantouc
and Co, J Metzler, J G Mi nor k < o, JU McElhoso,
McLoy k Bice,Neiman k Borger.D O'Neill. C F Pank
nin, D Paul & Co, C Ring, Ravcnol b Co, Raoul k
Lj nab, Ravenel k Bro, L bchne.l, O S Stockley, D H
Silcox, T Stenhouse, Steffens k Co, Seymour & S, O
Ticdemm. W G Trott TJUerhtrd A- Co, C Voight, W
H Welch. L Weiakopf, Williame b Co, Wugno -, Heath
? Monsees, T Wehrman, Werner b Ducker, J Walk?
er, S Yeadon, W J Yates, Mrs M Zernow, Order and
R R Agent
Steamer Dictator, Willey, Pslatka via Jackson
ville, Fernandina, Savannah, fte, Mdze and Sun?
dries. To J D Aiken ft Co, Jeffords ft Co, Gourdin ft
M^tthiessen, and others:
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-James
Adger & CoT
S:br Rcdington, Gregory, Baltimore-HF Baker ft
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Bri2 Times, Amsbury, Matanzas.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S, C., TO JULY ll.
July 5.-Sehr Frances Edwards, Paddock, New
York; sehr Carrie S Webb, Day, New York.
July 8.-Sehr Sarah Fish,-, Boston; tcbr Island
Home, Carver, Domarriicotta, Me; echr Pacific,
Br igg, baltimore.
July ll.-Sehr Lucy M Collins, Collins, New York.
July 6.-Brig L Y Knight, -?-, Thomaston, Me.
July 10.-BriR AltoD iBr), A itchet, Martiuique.
Juy H.-ichc Frances Edwards, Paddock, New
LIST OF VESSKLS
UP, CLEARED ASD SAILED i OR THIS PORT
Hie Cardigan, Young, up.June 21
Sehr Emma, Anthony, up.June C
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.July 7
Sehr E G Sylvester, Sylvester, up.June 0
Sehr Othello, Eldridge, cleared....June 13
Sehr Argus Eye, Mayhem, cleared.July 2
behr Lilly, Francis, up.July 2
Sehr Albert Thomas. Rodgers, up.July 8
Sehr W B Mann, Baxter, cleorod.July ; 4
FOR RESTORING STRENGTH AND
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For ?ale by all druggists. tu
A LIVING DEATH
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toshow him how toban 1 ish them forever. The
lueans of immediate and permanent relief are prof?
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And it is for him to say whether he will continue to
endure a living death, or put himself in a position to
render life enjoyable.
Of the efficacy of thi6 matchless vegetable stomachic
are to be found in every city and town in the South ;
healthy men and wo m men, rescued from
torture by its use, and / A eager to bear testimo?
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PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
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the complaints which proceed from a want of proper
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eradicated by a coarse of this great
, CONSTITUTIONAL SPECIFIC,
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pursuits subject them ffVJ to the depressing ef?
fects of a close, unwh I T olesome atmosphere,
should take it regularly as a protection against the
low fevers and other disorders whicb malaria engen?
ders. Individuals who are
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declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will Und in the BITTERS A FOUNTAIN OF VI T?L
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SAND-SCORCHED AND FAINTING TRAVELLERS.
PANKNIN'S ?HEPATIC BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or. os they are me?
dicinally- termed, Extracts) of Boots, Berbs and
Barb?, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely free from alcoholic admixture of acy
kind. Tbev will bc found
AN" UNFAILING CUBE
For Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chro?
nic or Nervous Da mw Witty, Chronic Dis?
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sing from a Disorder 1^ ed Liver or Stomach.
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Blood to fae Bead,
Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn. ? Disguet
tor Fo3tl Fullness or Weight lu the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, sinking
or 1 luttering at the pit of thc Stomach,
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Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs bet?re thc
Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
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Sudden Flusher of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh,
ings oi Evil and
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hythe usc of these re iw medies, uaC co disease
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Are made strong by the ust of the^e Bitters.
Recovering from any severe attack of sickness, will
find these Bitters peculiarly useful in restoring lost
strength, by removing the cause ol' oebtiity and ia
creaking thc appetite. They should take a teaspoon?
ful three tim.s a day, mixed with a little water.
The Hepatic Bitters arc olio recommended to those
suffering with Chills and Fevers, when it eau be
taken In connection with other remedies prescribed
tor such complaints, and will assist the action of
these medicines, supplying the system with the
much needed strength lost under the-debilitating
effects of malaria upon the constitution. The doss
in such cases, fora grown person, woula be a table?
spoonful three times a day, immediately before
Dyspeptics should never be without a bottle of
HEPATIC BITlERs, as they have been uniformly
found to restore thc stomach to its lost energies, and
thus lead the patient back to the enjoyment of the
blessing of perfect health. They should take a des?
sert spoonful thr- c times a doy, an hour before Xi ch
meal. These Bitters are also recomo: ended to phy?
sicians, and con be used by them in lieu ol' other
tonics, such as 'linet. Columbo, TincL Bark. linet
Gentian, and aU tho cat ? alogue of bitter tonics;
far excelling these lu its I action upon the system,
being a combination of I many useful tonics aud
aromatic carminatives, which are rendered aperient
by thaadcltion of a little Turkey Rhubarb, making
a preparation long needed by the profession.
See that the signature C. F. PANRNIN M on thc
label of each bottle, uki AU others aro coun?
terfeits. Principal Of IU nee and Manufactory
at the German Mcdi I ^ ? cine Store, No. 123
MEETING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. F. PANK WIS, Proprietor.
HEGEMAN A CO., No. 203 Broadway, N. T.,
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters, per bottle.SI 00.
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters, half dozen. 5 ?0
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buy in order to get the genuine.
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O S X"??~A~?T'?~?~r
THE 6 BEAT
AMERICAN HEAL TB RESTORER !
THE EES! BLOOD PURIFIER IN TEE WORLD.
KO* AD ALIS.
A Side and Certain Cure (and the ord? one jet dis
|CBOFULA IN ITS VARIOUS FORMS,
eu OH AS
Consumption is its early stages, Enlargement s id
Ulceration of the Glands, Joints, Bones, Kid?
neys and Uterus, Chronic Rheuma?
tism, Eruptions ot the Skin,
Chronic Sore Eyes,
IN ALL ITS VABIOCS FOBM3.
DISEASES~OP WOMEN, *
Loss of Appetite, Sick Headache, Liver Complaint
Pain in the Back, Imprudence in Life, Gravel,
GENERAL ILL HEALTH,
and all diseases of e
ELOOD, LEVER, KIDNEYS AND BLADDER,
It thoroughly eradicates every kind of humor and
bad taint, and restores the entire system to a healthy
IT IS PERFECTLY HARMLESS, never producing
ihe slightest injury.
THE ROS AD ALIS
ls not & secret medicine. The articles from which it
is made are published around each bottle, and it ls
used and recommended by the Medical Faculty,
wherever lt hos been introduced, ae a POSITIVE And
RELIABLE Medicine for liseuses of the BLOOD,
LIVER and KIDNEYS.
49?Used and endorsed by the leading Physicians
everywhere it is Inown.
The following, among many hundreds of'our bett
eitzen?, testify to its wondrous efficacy:
CEBTIFIOATES FROM PHYSICIANS. .
BALTIMORE, Mn., March 4th, 1868.
I believe Dr. Lawrence's "ROSADALId" to be the
BEST ALTERATIVE IN USE, and, therefore, cheerfully
recommend it as such.
THOS. J. BOYKIN, M. D.
BALTIMORE, February IC th, 1868.
Dr. -J. J. Lawrence:
DEAS Sra:-I take pleasure in recommending your
ROSADALIS as a very powerful alterative. I rr ve
seen lt used in two coses with happy results-one a
case of i econdary syphilis, in which tho patient pro?
nounced hlnuteli cured after having taken five bot?
tles of your medicine; the other a case of scrofula,
of long standing, which is rapidly lmprotlnz under
its use, and the indications are that the patient will
soon recover. I have carefully examined the formu?
la by which your Rosa dalis is made, and find it an
excellent compound cf alterative ingrelienta,
? Yours truly. R. W. CARR, M. D,
We know Lr. lawrence's Rosadalis to be a safe
and reliable Alterative, ftc, and take pleasure in re
cemmecding it to the profession and the public
A. D. MO IRE, M. D.,
L. A. SMITH, M. D.,
J. H. WINSTEAD, M. D.,
I R. G. BARHAM, M. D.,
W. G. DUGGAN, M. D.,
i? E. BARNES, M. D ,
R. W. KING, M. D.,
?. WODDARD. M. D.,
W. T. BREWER, M. D..
W. J. BULLOCK, M. D.
Jcn.ory 7?:, 1668.
I hereby certify that .1 am personall; acquainted
with the above nam<>d physicists, and they are aU
gentlemen of respectability and standing ii, this com?
munity. T. C. DAVIS,
Mayor of Wilson, N. C.
January Uti, 3868.
P.OSADALIS WILL CUBE THE WORST CASES OF
E?AD THE STATEMENT BELOW AND DESPAIR NOT.
WILSON COINTT, September 10, 1867.
Dr. J. J. Lawrcce:
DEAR Sra-My youngest daughter, aged five years,
has been dreadfully afflicted with scrofula nearly all
her life. . I tried a great many, physicians, but with?
out relieving her much; In fact, most of them said
there was no hose of cure. During the last spring
she was woiee than ever, her body and limbs Dem g
covered with sores and blotches-with face and eyes
badly ulcerated and swollen. Whilst in this condi?
tion I was advised by Dr. L. A. Stith to try your
Rosadalhf. I at once procured three bottles, and
commenced giving it to her. Tlie .effect was magi?
cal. In less than a month, to my great astonish?
ment, she was entirely well.
I am air, yours,
With much respect-ax d gratitude,
W. W. HORNETT.
P.?3ADAL13 IS A POTENT REMEDY IN ALL
FHCM G. W. BtOUNT, ESQ., ATTORNEY AT LAW, WILSON,
I have beet cured cf Chronic Inflammation of the
Ear and Partial Deafness, of ten years' standing, by
Rosadalis. GEO. W. BLOUNT.
TtOsADALlS WILL CUBE TEE VERY WORST
CASES OP CHRONIC RHEUMATISM.
PcmrmaocTB, VA. , February 25, 1868.
Captain J. H. Baker:
DEAR Sm-This is to certify that I.h&vebten
afflicted with Rheumatism fer,thc last live or six
ye ur e, many timon unab'e to move. I tried all medi?
cines recommended to me for the di?ase, without
receiving any. benefit Having heard "Rosadalis"
highly spoken of. I procured a bottle, and finding
some relief, continued it until I am happy to oa>
that I om complotely weU. *
1 not only consider theJ.'RosadalJs" a sovereign
remedy for Rheumatism, t?? I believe it abo a pre?
ventive, and cheerfully-'-recommend it to the
"afflicted." .* .'
Yours, vtry linly, . ? JAMES WEBB.
. . '.
ROSADALIS CURES^LL SKIN DISEASES.
' WILSON, Nr C., September 15, 1867.
Dr. Lawrence :
DEAS SIB-In 1862 my son. now aged Eve years,
was vaccinated with what proved to be impure mat?
ter, whi'h completely destroyed his health. He has
been afflicted with an inveterate sad extremely trou?
blesome eruption of,.the skin, sometimes breaking
out in sores, ?c. Rot?jflha was prescribed by my
family physician, Dr.ffigL,Moore, After itamg it a
lew weeks my sonbedl?Bkul jtemains entirely welL
Yours, MpnPJfflH <*. B- DANIEL,
CHRONIC LIVER COMPLAINT CURED.
This is to certify that I was cured of Chrome Liver
Complaint by Dr. Lawrence's Rosadalis, after having
been confined to my bed and hoi se tor a long time,
and trying various medicines without benefit.
I know of several others m this county cured
through the une of Rosadalis, and it c*s be found In
nearly every house in my neighborhood, and they
all praise it ?as a great medicine.
Greene County, August 14,186!?.
WILSON, January 7,1868.
I hereby certify that I have usod Dr. Lawrence's
justly celebrated Rosadalis in my fa mi y as a general
Alterative and Tonic, with the most satistactory re?
sults, and 1 therefore conscientiously recommend it
to the oubhc oe a medicine of rare and genuine
merit. " JAMES W. DAVIS, f
Sheriff ol Wilson County, N. 0. .
ROSADALIS.-This medicine has met with an un?
precedented success in this community. Captain
Baker, the polite and attentive agent tor this city, in?
forms us that lt is next to impose:tie to supply the
demand made for it; and that the medicine is effect?
ing some wonderful cures, and giving great satisfac?
tion 'jr all who have used it.-"Norfolk (Ya.) Doily
Journal, November 29,1867."
F REP ABED ONLY BI
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D., CHEMIST,
(Late of Wilson, North Carolina.;
IBICE SI 50 FEB BOTTLE.
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WAlll'ftttrs cf inquiry, ftc, promptly answered.
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SCBEDULE OF TBE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave- Upper Terminus Leave Lower Termina "?
at 7.80 A.M., and at inter- at 8 AM., and at inter-"
vals of eight (6; minutes vals of eight (8) minuto*-.
during the day tUl the during the day till 10 P.
last trip af 0.30 P.M. M.
.N.B.-Leave the Battery u followa: On menora^
dud twelve (12) minuta ot the hour, from ?A. M.,
except at rtwlre (12) minutes oj 9 o'clock, A. M. Every
other trip . from the old Poatoffice until 4.30 P. M. '
from the Upper Terminus, when all the tripe are to ?
Leave Upper Terminus . Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.80 AM., and at inter- at 8415 AM., and at inter?
vale of-ten (10) minut?e vals of ten (10; minTrtea
during the day tfU 9.10 during the day till 10P.M.
N.B.-Leave the Battery alfifteen (15) minute aft es?
tie hour, and thirty-five (85) minutes after the hour,,
except at 8.36 A M. Every other trip from the old*
Podtoffice untQ 4.30 P.M. from UpperTermLnue?.
when all the irips are to the Battery.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave the Lower Termin
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.80 AU., and at:
vaia of d fte en (16) min- intervals of fifteen, fl5) -
tites till 7.00 P. M. S minutes till 7.80 P. M.
N.B.-AB the trips are to the Battery.
Leave Upper Terminas,| Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inti r-1 ot 9.a? A.M., and at inters,
vale of every twenty (?Oj j vals of pvery twenty CX)>
mbrotee till 8.4JS P.M. j minutes till 7.30 PJL
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery.
May 17_ Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAD SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHASLESTON, ti. C., March 26. 1868. I
ON AND AFT EB 602-DAY, MARCH 29TH. TBS
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina?
Railroad will run os follows : '
Leave Charleston..6.38 A. M.
Arriva, at Augusta.8.30 P. M..
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and-.
. . FOB COLUMBIA.
.?eave Charle eton..6.80 A UL.
Arrive at Columbia.. ,8.50 P. M.
Connecting with "Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South CaroUna Railroad an d
Camden train. -
Leave Augusta.6.00 A M. .
Arrive at Charleston. ,\.8.10 P. M."
Leave Columbia.........'.6 00A M.
Arrive at Charle eton..3.KLT. M..
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS V ' -
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. I
Leave Charleston.7.80 P. M..
Arrive at Augusta.6.46 A M.
Connecting' with trains for Memphis, Nashville
and Hew Orleans, "ia Grand Junction.
leave Augusta....OOP. M.
Arrive ot Charleston..-.4.00 A 3L:
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS. .
Leave Charleston...'.5.?0 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A V.
Connecting (rundays excepted) with Greenvine and"
Leave Columbia....%.....?.30 P. M..
Arrive at Charleston.3.30 A M.
8r MMEBVTLLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at SummerviUe. 5 J6~?. Jg,.
Leave SummervUle.7.20 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A KL.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave KlngvUle.2.20 P. ?V
Arri>eat Camden...COOP. M
Leave namtion.5.10 A. M..
Arrive at Ringville......7.? A M.
(Signod) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent.
CHANGE OE SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA BAIL?,
. BOAB COMPANY.
- SUPERLNTENDr.NT'8 OFFICE, 1
\ CotDJiBiA. 6. C., March 81,1868. f
/SN AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE TRAINS* -
\J over this Rood wuT run as follows :
Leave Columbia at.....4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 P. M, : -
Leave Charlotte at.- .11.30 P.
Arrive at Columbia ot.6.00 A id.
Passengers taking this route, titling North make
close cmtcctionB ot Greensboro'. Weldon and Ports?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
OS-Tickets optional from Grcm?boro', either Tie*. '
Danville or Raleigh; and ?r--r.i Portsmouth either'-: -
via Bay Line or Annamissie Route Baggage checked.-' j
Connections made both ways with trains of the. . .:
Greenv?le and Columbia Railroad. '
Ajiril 2 Superintendent . raj
|altimon Jltoertiscments. . \
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEEK*
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STTEFF FOB .
THE BE<T PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NljjW YORK
OFFICE AND .^JIERGOM, T?0. 7 N. LIBERTY'--r j
STREET, ABOVE BALTlUfpRE-STREET,
_v_ J"-?. 56
SHEFF'S PrlNO" HAVE ALL' THE IA1&$M
improvemont, infriad in cr the Agraffe treble} ivurjr.;;-.
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war-??*
ranted for Ave years, with privilege of exchange;
within twelvu months if not entirely Batlsfactorj tc .
pnrchaa?B\ second-bonded Pianos and Parlor Or- . -
gana olwa^fon hand frnm $50 toSSOO.
XEnssES-wsp HAVE orrs PIANOS IN r/ax:
3enpraKRobc;t K. Lee* Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, Tia. ?.
Messrs. R. Eurwell & Sous, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakoach, Italian Opera.
Mosers. Pierson & Sons, Sumter, B.C.
Charlee Spencer, Charleston, 9. C.
WM. KNABE & CO.,
? I J ff fl FORTES,
April 70 ._envC'
H. GRUFT di CO.,
LEATHEK, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVERT-STREET,
F H GRUPY.H. G. CURTA2
WM- J. B1E5IAN.HENBT r.TEMAN, Ti -
TTf'M. J. RIE AI AN Si SOS,
PACKING HOUSE TEBBE-HAUTE, INDIANA,
PROVISION AND COMMISSION
.Yo. 871 W. BAL TIMO RE-8TR EE
(Opposite Eutaw Pousei, Baltimore,
Offer for salo full assortment of BACON, PORK as :.>
iARD; also the *e.ebra\ed ORANGE BRAND HABT
cared by themselves. Smoa* April ll
f\ R1FF1N, L ROTH ER, 6i CO.,
No. 105 LOM BA ED-STREET,
KiNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 12C S MT! H'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, kc, respect-,
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for COHN and BACON promptly executed
with care and attention.
April 27 12moe