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I_CHARLESTON D4 7T.T T-TEWS....MAY 3, 186f,._3
'tie Daily ISTe^ws.
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 186?,
iW YORK?Per sehr Silas Wright?173 bales Upland
Cotton, 65 tons Iron, OS bundles Paper.
The Charleston Cotton Mtarket.
In the early part or tho day Cotton was In fair request,
adr.boutUO bacs woro so d on tho basis of 80o. for
liddliugs. Buyers, from somo cause, afterwards with
aw, und the xnsrket came to a stand. We omit qao
AUOUflTA. May 1.?Cotton ? Sinoe last week's re
lew Cotton has declined fiom 6 to 7 cents per lb. This
"eavy fall has been censed by a panlo in the Liverpool
tarket, which reduced the prloe of Cotton from Id to
Xd. Ltter advises repoit tho Liverpool and Now York
:orki it BB having recovered somowhit from the panto,
id closing tinner. Cm the ?Oth ult 260 balea were sold
i Now Ybrk at :*4o The transactions in the local mer
er, bavo boeu limited, there being llttlo disposition to
all at present low rates. On tionday a few salos woro
lado aR?5c for Strict Middling and 36o for Good- Mid
ling At tho ?torie of our last wet-kly review we ?.noted
llddllng at 39, strict Middling at 80 to 31, and Uood
tlddliny at 31 coutfl; thus i-howing a rapid and soiiotu
eolltio iii a week. ' To-??y' tho market Is quiet; Wo
aoto: Htrlct Middling at 35 and Good Middling at 36
mts. Wnb very little, disposition on the part of holders
i soil at these rates. Tho receipts havo been light,
hile tho t took on band is declining rapidly.
H TAT Uli EUT OF COTTON. f U
}ck on hand, April 5, ihgg.33,700 bales
ok on hand; May 1,1866.14,873 bales.
(Showing a docreaso of. 7,8.*7 bales.
I Dby Goon?.--This department of our market is weU
applied, viitU 0, Very futr a man?! for goods of all do
Gnoax?ins.?-Business generally dull with a very far
|tock on hand. Bacon is lowor than last woos. Butter
ad Oheea.i of' good qua Ity are eoarro. Molasses and
lugar havo declined wltb large sticks recently rocelvo?)
rom Chi l.'svi.i and Savaunah.
GnAitf-and Hat.?Wo heard of a largo lot of good
Thilo Corn sold from tho wharf at $1 43 per bnshel. In
itoius it i? suhl at from $1 45 to $1 47 Hay is quoted
itfrouYfS to $2 10 pe-.-ewt. The supply of Corn aod
lay It la- g ), wtth a very brisk doiuaul for both aril
MOBILE, April 37.?OoTro:??Tho demand opened
ght and continued ao at about yesterday's rates, when
ter Liverpool advices to the 14th itiot, reporting a
irthondocl.no. put a stop to operations. The salea of
le day?.M't) bales?wori' made befoto the receipt of the
lews, on a basis of 33 cents for middling, but alter that
prices woro nominal, and teported at irom 1 to 3 cents
ower. No ?ale*, however, wore inadu below 82o.
Monetary and Kihancial?Owlug to tho character of
tho foreign account?, tho market has been exited, and
?tes closed wltb an advancing tendency.
Sterling is quo'ed to-day at 133 to 133 for best com
aorclal bills, and 133 to 131 >i for Bank bills.
Tho'gold mtrkot is particularly excited, and evinocs a
leoldod upward tondonoy. The samo feeling lsieport
id to-rough private telegrams lu New York and Now
New-York sight Is firm at par. Short Bight X to S',
and Now Orloans sight par to ,'-,' discount
Now Orleans Market.
HEW ORLEANS. April 37.?Cotton.?We have no
material alteration of any kind to report In the move
ment of the leading staple to-day. Tho supply and de
mand havo roled ?<r<*olsely as heretofore, quite restrict
ed, and the actual sales for the day were limited to 665
bales, taken by three braker.. It was ramored, how
ever, that the total salea would amount to 3000 bales, but
ho party who rlgtnatod it, acknowledged that he bad
not bought a balehlinself, and that he did not know of
any sale? boyond those r- for rod to above. Rumors of a
similar ch ?r.cter have frequently gained circulation be
Jore during this we ;k, but tho disposition to diminish or
magnify operations should be frowned down, as it is
reprehensible, and oan not subserve any Jueti?ablt
ause. ,. f *' -IT
It Is hardly necessary to say that in the present .con
dition of the market no reliable, or even closely approxl
mating ligures oan be obtained, and we therefore omit
our uaual scale of quotations, with the remark that
prioea aro depressed by the Northern and European ad
?ioes; but the downward tendency of the market Is
shocked by the limited character of the receipts, the un
evorable acoouata of the growing crop, and the almost
?parallelod ad vaneo m rates of exchange. The total
lea for tue-week amount to only 649J bales, against
11,736 bales last week, and 17,030 bales tbe pr.vloul
reek. The nett receipts foot up 11,630 bales against
11,036 bales last week and 13,008 bales the week pre
loue. The aggregato exports aro 18,133 bales, against
19,850 f balas last Weoltt and 33,848 bales the week pro
vtoHkj'and' the stock on hand and on shipboard thtf
ironing 156,658 bales, against 163,383 bales la?t woek
ind 170,09 J o?lea at the alosa of tho provlous week. The
Exports for the week comprised 11 736 bales tor Liver
pool. 8387 for Havre, 1338 for Barcelona, 599 for Boston
id'2l? oal?Bfor Now York. ' I -
statement or cotton.
Stock on hand Sept. 1st, 1865......bales.. 83,331
slvol since yesterday. 1733
jlvod previously..-. ? 077.G50?6TJ.87;
_ orted since yesterday. 6938
ck on hand and on shipboard not o'earod.... .156.65
The exports inoiude 4700 bales for Liverpool and 133
Sles fur Barcelona
Hooab awd MoLiAsaas_Tbe movement during th
t commercial week has aUown a slight falling off n
ferlor Sugars and Molaases. 'ihe receipts have beei
itod, tSnd' the demand mostly of a retail', character
aere is little or nooeofthe choice grad?s offering
la tho supply of the lower classes are ample for th
tethahd, the closing rates being 8 to 10o for Inferior; 11
jr common; 13 to 18o for fair; 14 to 14)40 for fully loi
|nd 15>, to 16c p.r lo for choice ' In' Louisiana MoIsssb
lore has been but llttte inquiry, and prices are decile
j, the closing ratea for the pievious weak being 70
r good fermentiag, and tais week 60o per gailor
jere have beea no receipts of Sogsr or Molass.-e tc
ay, ana the only sales we have to report are 63 bUI
rmentlng Molasses on private term', and 14 hhd
tarto Rloo Sugar On private terms. The sales for th
reek comprlee02 hhds Louisiana Sugar, 86 hhds an
l00 itoxes ot Oub? and 313 bbls of Louisiana Molussei
alpts 108 bhds Lonlslans, 3023 boxes and 387 hhds c
i 8u*?r,- 83 bbls Louisiana and 88. bbls Cuba Molai
?, antl hx *>0r? 18 hhds Louisiana Sugar, 1049 boxes i
tiba Sugar, afld 174 bbls of Louisiana Molasses.
lfi.oua?The market ope ata this wedk firm atom
ist week's closing rates, sinoe which time an upwsr
idenoy ha?, been steadily exhibited. Owing to th
aited supply oi the higher grades h idera have bee:
abli-d'.f o reaiire their own pri?es,' wall?? lor the lowe
lasses there I? but very Uttie inquiry : Tho sales to
Ithe week comprise 14,880 bbls, partly for export, an
?mostly ?jonalottcg of tbe higher o'aaaiQnations. Tn
I transactions for tne day are 1700 bbls, as follows: ?C
raporflne st $8 35; 100 do at $n ?5; 300 do at f 8 60; Ik
bbls superflue and extra ou private terms. There' In
' been consldeiable inquiry today for export. The r
atlptainr the week are 14,027 bbls; exports, 3J71 bbls
'' Oonn ? Tho market has continued quito active bl
ifluotnsting since our last weakly review? Prices open?
'ot last Friday 's quotations, but soon declined fully (
per bushel for white. Subsequently, however, and o\
usa to the very limited supply on hand, the market hi
exhibited a mure speculative teudenoy, wtth an . a
vaneo of fully lOo per bushel for white. Luring tl
woek p loes ranged from tl, $1 05 to tl 07>; for yollo
and mixed, and from $ L 05 to $1 16 perbusbel for whit
The ealoe for the week comprise 36 070 sacks, in? ludir
4000 sacks sold to-day in the folio wins lots, viz: 20
white at SI 13. 1000 yell >w at %l 10, and 1000 ordin?r
i yellow and mixed St $ ' 08 per bushel. ? The receipts f?
| the week comprise 47,33 >, sud exports 8700 saoks.
Oatb.?Owing to the hght receipts the market dur it
I the week bee uisclcse 1 .increased ?rmnoss ; tho dornst
has been nioder-it-v with a further advance o 7 },o stu
our list weekly report The sales for the woek coi
price 8220'aucks at 05. 67, in, and 60o -ft busbol, tho li
1 ter being tue closing rates to-day. The market w
j qulot but firm, with sales ef 600 sacks lu one lot at t
ft bushel. The receipts for the week am^uut to 81t
| and export* C78 sscks.
Hat.?There has been considerable inquiry, ai
I prieta |havd beon firm, with ?u advanao of lull y $3
ton on last week's ctosIn< rates. To-day the mart
was aotlvo, and sonin 1450 bales changed bauds a? t
lows: 100 and 150 at $3u ft ton, and a boat, load of IV
bales-tab - private terms. The sa os for the weok oo;
prise 3117 bales at prices raugtng from $30 far or dina
! to $30 ft ton for prime Western. Tbe receipts amou
') 628, and exports 863 bales. , . .
Pork. ? 1 hero has b< en a good retail demand durl
ho weok, and wo have heard of some round lots boi
Reposed of, with a stead*/ advance, during tbe past t
'ays. The sales for tho week comprise 800 bbls. M<
1 $38, $38 60 and $30 per bbl. To day ?ame few ret
jtu were st*tl?t st the latter quotation The focdlpts
le weok smouut to 2891. and exports 130 bbls.
Bran?Tho movement during the week has be
[moderate, and prices have bceu firm, with a further i
} vaneo of 30c per 100 lb?. The sales oomprlse 3400 sat
fat prices ranging as follows: $120, $?.25, $130 s
$1 40 per 100 lbs, tbe latter being-the closing rates 1
receipts for the wetk amount to 1171 saoks. There hi
been no exporta during the weok, and we have nothtt
| -Of any sales to-d?y,
BAO?N-i-There have been somo Inquir? en for Bao.
lut they resulted in no ssles ot sny magnitude sinoe <
featweekly report, and prices hsv?V advanced -fully |
?Verlb. The week'? buloscouiprlso 05 casks, m?s.li
retail lots, at 18^(0 for Shoulders: .10 to lt)>iic
ribbed Sides; 17>,o for olear'RIdea; 18c for-pltl? Hat
and 23c per lb for sugar oured Hams. The receipts
.,-the,woek amount to 322 tierces, 313 oaaks aud 230 Doi
| a?d c*xpono 18 Ucrcra an-? 71 casks, .'. j , , I. ; . //
L*ap?There hMbe* >a some Inquiry, but buyors
lOtteem willltog'to'rrtiroha?oat thor prcsont advan
ratea Otirlng the wcok/ioo tierces "^oro disposed o
lSJt* to 19?J per lif. but itf^o Is the'cloning rete for pr!
" "O per lb hi kegi. The week's
tierces and 447 kegs and the
and tlorces and 21Ko per lb In kegi. The week's
oetpts comprise 320 "
port* 101 k?*g?.
SbWoniHO ? Good Northern and Oonhen Buttei
acarb? :and in good request at 66o per lb; dairy lot
60o, and Wostorn st 56 to 40o per lo. Cheese? Pr
-. -. .:
*i ".' ii
" ' '. ,- :;
Northern and West* rn at 74c ; English dairy at 27o per
lb. tjosp at 10 to 10. Btareh at 6 to 1*3 p.T lb.
Htab C/lhpleb.?The ruarkot Is quio? wttb very Uttlo
inquiry. We quote light weight at IBM to 19J?0; fuU
weight at 34o per lb.
WB18X.KY.? I ho market Is dull and depressed, with no
sales of any consequence. Wo quoto Western rectified
at $3 25 to $3 35 per gal'on. Ttie week's receipts com
prise 360 tibia, and exports 3G bbls.
Salt ? Thero 1- qui toan active demand for this article.
In retail lota, at $l 70 t.? $1 to for coarse, snd $1 89 to
$1 00 per bnsbol for flue.
Haooino- Is active and firm, nt 2G}?o In rolls, and 3To
per yard in b* ?a.
CoirfeK.?'l ho demand for Riodurtn* the week bas
been mostly for retail lifts, and prices exhibit but little
chungo since our last weekly roport. We continue to
quote lair a> 30o to 30>ic; good to prime, 30><o to 2oy?o-,
prime to choice, 31o por lb. gold duty paid, The trans
action? of the week coup-lso srm<- 4JI bsgs In lots s?
iollowat 12oat20K<\ gold duty paid?, 307 at 3t*'?o do
do; and K0 on private terms The stock on hind this
evening In first hands Includes li 078 *ao>s. Total im
ports since tho cloi>o of the wsr 44 OfiO saoks. Dealers
sre supplying the trade at 24X0 to 37o, in eurrenoy, for
ordinary to prime.
FnnoiiTH.?There Is a moderate demand at firm
price? to foreign port?, while that for domestic con
tinu? h very dulL Wo repubUsk previous quotation*:
Cotton by Bieam to New York is taken at Ho. and lo
Boston, at Ko per lb, snd by sail to botn of tho above
ports ax Ho; by ateam to Liverpool at Id. and by sail at
9-lCd to Hd ; to Havre by sail 1 .*o to l*^o per lb.
WILMINGTON, M?y 1.? TonPBMTiMB.?Salos of 160
bbls at $4 00 for now virgin $3 fur yellow dip and $1 60
for hard per 280 lbs?an advanoe of 0 oeut? on now
M'iiura TunranriMK.?Sale? of 48 bbls at 62Y, conts,
and 85 no at 63 cents per gallon for white
Bosik.?rW o noto na os of 03 bbls i ommon at $160,
$1 t.? to $1 70 per lui: and 03 do Pale at $8 to $8 Jb per
' ' No sales reported in Tar.
Cotton,? Sides of 20 balea at 37 centa, and 10 do at 28
cents per lb for middling.
Conn ?A cargo of 1900 bushels arrived from Hertford
oounty and sold today at $1 03 per bnshel,
91 cm phi a .ilai'lcct?
MEMPHIS, April 28.---Cotton.?Only a fow odd bales
ohauged hands jestordny, not enough to furnish a re
port, and scarcely suffi?) ont even to indicate the prico of
Gotten. As far as we can gather middling stood at .6 to
20e, and strict middling at 27n. Even tins low rate was
not) oxpeoied to bo maintained, for tho New York ?'veil
ing dlopatch?-? gavo evon worse accounts than the in. ru
ing unes: Gold 29,'j; ootton entirely nominal at 30 to 32c.
BALTIMORE, April 28 ?C ;kpeb.~Nothing doing
hero; some inquiry, but holdors are unwilling to meet
tho vio?s of uuyers; ?,uota:ioiis um couBequoutly but
nominal at 14>i to 16 cents lor good to prime cargoes,
Flouh?la Orm, with some Inquiry for shipment. We
report sales late yesterday and today m tollo w: 3(10
bbls City Mill? Supo -, iv.rt spring who it, at $0 60; 300
bbls Wertem Super at $9: 200 bbls Western Faally at
$ 3:100 bbls City MIIIh Man.-aril Ex ra at $10 63; seve
ral hundred bbls Fine at $7 00 to $7 75; also, 000 bbls
Royal York Supor at $10 Gi>, taken for export; and 60
bbi? Rye Flour at $0. We r?.now last quotations, viz:?
Howard-ntreot Su or and cut frxtra $9 to $9 60; do ship
ping l-.xtrn $10 to $ tu r>0;do liigb grades 11 to $11 ..?i; do
Family 13 to $13 0O? Ohlo?up r andCuttitra 9 to $9 2.*.;
do ?hipping Extra 10 to $10 00; do retailing brands 10 76
to $11 60; dn Family 13 to $13 60; Northwestern Super
8 B0 to $8 76; City Mill? Super 9 to $9 26; do standard
extra 10 to $10 60; Baltimore, Welch's and Greenfield
Family $16; do high grades Extra $14 per bbl. hye
Flour, new, 4 60 to $6 per bbl. Corn Meal?City mills
. and Brandy wine $4.30 per bd.
Giiai?i.?The ? Herings of Wheat to-day were composed
of 6U00 bushels prime Canada white (which was held at
$310, but remained at close of 'Change unsold), snd
several email lots of Maryland wblto and Pennsylvania
rod. The only ?ale ?tvorthy of n* tico wa? 400 bushels
fair Pennsylvania red at $3 01; we* quote Western Spring
Wheats 1 90 to $3. Borne cont-iderablo nales havo re
cently boon made of choice Kentucky white at auout $3
per bushel; would now brin? .mor?. Corn?White was
in better Supply, 31,600 r?u?he]s offsr?d, and of yeltow
4500 bushels?the market opened at 9u to 91 cents but
fell off, closing at 88 cent?, with aalea of 8000 buahelB,
considerable being left over; yeUow was also lower, 4500
bnshels sold at 84 to 86 cents por bushoL Cat? were In
miidTit? receipt, 1200 bushels only; pa?t sold at 65 to
66 6u weight.
Molasses?No ?took .worthy of mention, and ?ales
ar? confined to ?mall lota from second band?.
Pbovihions. ? Vile Olnotnnatl and New York markets
continue to advanoe. and our market is of com se in
sympathy, .but the receipt? are .extremely ?mall, and
tiio stock In tho hands of ?the trade are unusually small
1 for tho season. Baeon has been la moderate demand
j to?day on Southern orders, and the price uniform al
I 13Ko for Shoulders and 16)<o for Sldi? There are nc
Bulk. -.Meats offering. Lard Is held at 31c for Western
1 tierces * M??bb Pork $28 60 .*$ .bbl. These bubo figurui
- are qno'able for both Lard and Moss Pork to-day at Cio
Suoab.?Market quiet; we have only to report aalr-n r.
18 hhoH. Cuba at 1? J-fc, 18 do Porto Hico at lO^c, quail
I ty fair. Quotations generally unchanged.
> Seeds?Nothing doing; season for Clover and Timo
thy ovor. Flax is steady at $3 60 ft bukhol for prlmi
- country lota. -
> . Salt?Continues in fair jobbing demand, and prlcci
same as quoted yesterday.
Whihkkv?l?ouihlns inactivo; we quote at $2 25<g2 21
1 -fl gallen for both City and Western, lor, lar?o and sniai
New York Market.
*''* "-' MOSEY MABEBT. .'! < ,, ,. 1 .
1 The financial article of the New Yerk World of Mon
' day, April 30th, sa' s: j
g The money market is easy at four to five por cent fo
call-loan?, but there was a more aative borrowing d?
B maud to-day on some of the leading clique railwa;
3 shares, for which the shrewd and experienced mono
a lenders demand larger margins. The collapse in th
London stock market, from the fact of securities bein
held largely In weak hands, has oreated an uneasy leel
e Ing here, owing to the unusually large quantity of stock
o i carrying in ti is market on small marglus from wea
g operators. Money lender? have seen during the lac
j fow years tho failure of stock operators emlnoutf?r thui
. latent shrewdness and experience besides being por-eci
o ofd of cash, oredlt and reputation superior to any of th
!. clique leade-s at the present time. The pnlloy adopts
,'. by Mr. McOuilocti will have an important lnfluenco o:
a tno future courte of the stock market and tho fste of th
a different clique?. First-class bueinoea notes are di
0 counie?! at 0 to 6>ti per cent, and good names at 7>i to
1 par oout.
i. Government bond? were a little off yesterday and tc
>t day, owing to the slackening In' the demand from thos
>. who sold their railway shares for the purpose of buyln
t? Government bonds. If the prices of rallwav shares ar
again advanced by the cliques, investment holders wi
- again sell, and with the proceeds buy Government!
a which will tend to revive the activity in them, and ad
o vanee their price. Largo orders have been Bent to Et
u ropa to buy five-tweuty bonds there,.for the profit <
r four t ? five per cent, offero-i ; bat well-informed partie
r believe that ti>e lowest quotations have been touched 1
i Europe/ and that a sharp reaction upward? has probabl
e taken place before this ?late. I I .'. I
id The Gold market is not strong In price, but Gold i
10 scarce, and loans were made to-oay at )? to >? per cen
,h The? foreUn Bxohaige market Is firm, on the i.>asls i
s. Kin*, to 10MJ-, f ir prime bonkers' sixty day sterling bill
and some sales reported at 108>?. Franca are quoted i
it 6.30 to 6.32r.0 i
a . The general trade of the city la dull, but prices ai
tc steady, owing to the.ad vaneo in the price of gold. Tt
r. drv goods Importeurs sell freely when the opportune
ke offers, and at the best prico tboy can got. 1 ho rece i
i? advices from Europa admonlBh them to sell and reall:
io all possible. The decline in cotton, and the probauill'
w of war in Europe, are matters for grave consldarstlc
?,. to every importer.
\j The prices of gold to-day wero: At 10.80 a. ht.. 129,'
0 11 A M , 139 >.; 11.39 a. u.. 120 li; 13 U., 129; 13 30 P. I?
y, 128J?; IP. M , 128 >?; 1.30 P. M. 128J?; 3 P. M., 128)
,r 2 30 p. M., 128?; ; 3 p. M., 128 y? ; 3.80 P. M , 128 >, ; 4M
lg PRODUCE UAUKETS.
ld NEW TORK, April 38.? Oottok.?The market w
ce dtu^ but without further decline, and closed with mo
J' ?teadiin-ss. Sales 700 bales at 33 to 33c for Middlings.
"-* BuKADBTDPFs?Tho market paused, without mater
ai change in prices.
uo Tho Comino i and Medium grsdes of State and Wei
,l> ern Fl?ur<? wero firm but q net, aud the clone was wea
Rales 7000 bbls at 7 30 to $7 73 for Super?; 7 80 to $8
" > for Extra 8Uio; 8 50 to $9 10 for Choleo do; 9 to $9
-H for Shipping Hound Hoop Ohio; 8 15 to $11 83 for Exl
at Western; 12 to $16 25 for Double Extra Western aud I
?- Loul?. *'?. i
:t,u Southorn Flour was qnl?t. Bales GOO Dbls at 10
fc- $10 00 for i>iip..rs; 11 to $10 for Fauoy aud Extra.
Causda flour was dull. halen .100 bbls at 8 20 to $8
mt for Common; 8 70 to $13 for Good to Choleo Extra.
lly? Flonr ?as quiet.
?3 Corn Meal was firm and in good demand. Bales i
?K bbi? at $4 for Jersey, and $4.40 to $4.69 for Brand
)bs Tho Whwt markot waa unsettled for'Spring, whl
all wa? neglected, but Winter Wheats in good demand 6
of firm Biles 4,000 bushels at $1 85 to $1.05 for Ami
Olnb, old and now; $3.10 to $3 65 for Red Western, n
>en und old ; $3 70 to $2.80 for White Michigan,
td- Corn was more steady, with a- fair demand. 8a
' a 35,000 bushel?. Including Western Mined at 83o to 8
Ud including prims at 80a in store; Jersey and. Boutin
"he Yellow at 90o to 91o.
4V0 Oita were firm and steady Bales 83,600 bushels,'
trd oludlng Canadian at 6ffo to 60o; Wetrtern ?t 46o to 6
State at 61o to G3o; Jersey and Southorn at ?5 to 67,?.c
}D> Rye was quint and nearly nominal.
>ur Barloy was dull; 1,100 bushel? Canada Weit sold
in Barley Ma't was quiet.
for i'iioviMioHH?i'ork was oxolted and- nnceltled. Fi
?a. 9,000 bbl? at $26 75 to $37 for Old Mes-,} $37.70 to $3i
for for New do; dosing at $37.76; $33.60 to $24 forprii
-? > $37 for Prime Mesa.
Lard excited and hlgber. The stock has ben c
do oentrated in few hands. ' fairs 1400 bbls and tierc
ocd ISoto I8W0?01* No, l;2Qato 20>io lor Fuir tol'ri
rat *rJtesm,'and-20)io to 2lo for Kottlo-rondured, Uoflipj
>tne 20y? a -l:?r, May, and 20\'c. npot
re- Out Meats wore firmer and activa at 10??c to 12c
ox- Dry-salted and Plokl-d 8houlders;lCo to 17 ?io tot L
aalied and Pickled llama.
' Is Bacon was a abade firmer, with MlMOf 400 pki-i
? s' M>io fur Cunberiaud; 165*"o for hhort-rlbbsd; U^o
imo Bongh Bides, and llo for itolllei.
' , * . ? * .
B?cf was i-ttady. Hales 800 MiIh st. $15 to $19 for
Bopseked *-Vo>te.' ti Bless, and $20 to $24 fur Eitra do
Tier, o Hoi! ?lull
Beer Banis firm at $30 ?> $40
Bnttor ?as without ??sent al obai ge. Supply mode
rat??, at 4<*o a 47o for New Wet-lorn and Ohio; 48c to 6:to
for Now State.
ChiM'se was ?lull at 17o to 22o for Ohio; 18c to 3lc for
Bloto; 3lc to $$>i f-.r l*'?c?or>-inttd-a.
Ukv.nwax ?This article 1. selling lu a small way at
38o t<? 40o per lb.
Coffrb.?Tho market is qniot. An Invoice of 3210
bags Rio, ex Par); 'ido. fold ou pr?valo txriuB.
llora?Aro steady ut COyCic fur /?luerlciu, snd60@65o
for f..r. Ign
Hat?Shipping is In demand at Ole -ft 100 lbs.
Laths.?Wo notice lur li- r ?aloe of Eastern at $4, 3
moi tlin V 51.
Limb? Is Hteady at $1 60 fir common, and $2 25 for
Lump, at -vliich prloox nalos nuiouutcd to fcOOO liblB.
nlOLAHSRfi?In good demand and firm, but the sales
to day wore limited to 128 hhds Porto Rico, ut "?lie.
Naval 8tork?? Spirits I'urpoi.tlno loss activo but
firmer, at 8Tr<?)H'c; common Rosin is lu demand at $3.
but ?enorally bold higher; 100 bbls No 1 Pulo sold at
$9 25. Tar quiet.
On.??LtntaOed nit has been sold at $1 40, and is now
held higher. Other ?iN arc quiet.
Pktuolbum?Tbe imirkot was in moro demand and
firm at 33V<?2Go for Crude; 41>,@42cfor Rttlued, In
bond; 67(4,60o for Refined, free.
Paintu^-TIio trade is buying modoratoly and prices
rulo firm, bales 20 tous Eii|,:i*h Horytos, toariivr*, at
$70:40 ?lo Gorman do, to arrive, $f<0; 6 do EngliHh Whit..
Lead, on tho spot, lG,*,'n; id do Dry do, to nrrivo, 14 ii ;
10 do Bngl.sh Purls Whlto, to arrive, t)?\ 10 casks En
glish Patent Dryer, 13; and 69 tuns Lohigb Uxido Ziuo,
whteh Is scarce. 9y,, all currency.
Rick?In demand and firm at 9@9.'i<; for Rangoon,
but only mo<lo-aiely activo.
fciuoAii?Was flnuer but lesB active. Pales 4(10 hhds.
at 10 l.,ra)l3 i.e. fur Cuba, and in V"''3l?c for i'orto Rico,
inoludliig gcod roflnlng at l?>jc. Reflnod Sugais aro in
Salt.?A o.rgo of Turks Island sold at 45 cents ft
ktbauink?In moderato demand; sales 4\000 lbs., al
Ai.i.ow ?Losn active; salos 00,000 Iba., *k\\yt%\\j%
Whiskey ?Wo notice only a fow retail sales Prime
Western at $2.20.
FiiKiciiTK?Very dull. To Liverpool, 500 bales Cot
ton at >?:@60ikl.
Kngltsh Markets?By the Herman.
Lohdom, April 16.?The Moskt Mabiif.t.?Tho tono
of ihn iniirket. is unchaiiK?'!. Tho huwh troin (lorniuti>
<va? con-ldor- d lofs t'iro \tenlm.', und tho suspension ol
tho Gold dr.in to tho continent, contributed to prevent
any increase of weakness in tho English funds. Con
sola, 8G>i to8C.i4'.
Kreuch Rentes, 67f 5 centimes.
Flvo twenties improvi d }?.
Erlo paid up shares and Illinois Central, reco vored }?
and ,'i, respectively.
Liverpool, April IG.?Coitox Market.?Thero ha?
bpou a good ?letnuud. Sales l'J.UHO baled; UUltu uu hpeuu
l-.'.lou. Prices, ,'.j'?l per Hi lilidier.
London, Anril iu.?Cons Maiikkt.?Market firm, at
an advance of Is.
Tho London TImrs, of Monday, April 15, says:
"Thore has bvon less va no alarm on 'chango to-iUy
(Saturduy), but uo ono uow look-? for auy rapid rotiound.
Conddeiico bas boon ooinplotoly dostroyod, and any
attempts to cueck tho blind pa?<lc t<y argument would
havo tbe effect of niakiiig mutters worse, since the ex
citomrmtof fear would but find fuel lu tt-o belief that
the effort was merely made to mit?galo worse ?Meant- rs
that were Been to bo approaching. The only chanco (or
any sudden turn in the markets would be from tho ac
tual commencement of war on tbo continent, which
would chango at onoe th. current of attention, aud mobt
probably bavo an iniluenco on the course of money
directly opposlto to that apparently contemplated."
LATEST COMMERCIAL INTELLIGENCE.
Livkhpooi,, April 17.?Cotton.?Sales yesterday 12.000
biles; market Armor at J.d to id higher for American,
and steady ..ml unchanged tor other descriptions. Spec
ula ors and exporters took 3u00 nates.
Breadstuff? ?rm. No market since the sailing of the
Provisions dull and nominal. Lard easier; American
PnoDOCK ?Sugar flat. Coffoo steady. Rice steadv.
Ashes?Small sales Pots at S3* to 33s 01. Lins? cd Oil
qulot and steady. Tallow firm Rosin steady. Spirits
^Turpentine quiet and firm at 40s to 60s for American.
Petroleum?Small siles at 3s Id for Refined. Cloverseed
active at 36 to 40s for American Red.
London, April 17 ?Consuls closed yesterday 86'? tc
88.?a for money. Five-twenties 68?? to &))?. Erie shares
63 s to 63 Illinois Central 19M, to 79>?.
1 ' I , - .,
^Consignees per Nnrthnuntcrn llallroa.il.
176 bales Cotton, 133 bbls Naval Stores, 3 cars Lum
her, Furniture, bug-* Peas, Mdze. ko. To Gaillard ft
Mluoit, E Bull, J M Eisou. W Hume, H A A: J F Early
Screven A Nesblt, J M Oaldwell .V Son, Z Davis, G H lu
graham, Gonzales, Woodward & Co, G W Williams f,
Co, Adams, Frost A* Co, Leo k Spencer, C L Guilleaume
J G Moffett, W E Ryan. O E Pntehett, Mowry ft: Co, L
Rlscboff, G Ad Ils in, Shackultord k Fraser, N Alford, (
L Porcher, Vf C Dee k Co, 3 Gun tua.
Per steamer Fannle, from Savannah?3 3 Green, 1
Ry us, J Deighen, R Salas, C W Horsey, A W Lannoan
T O Allen, G ?atrown, O O Andrews, Walter Biabo, G I
Southard, M McEuig, T W Gray, lady and cblld, Mr
Thajer, Capt Johu Cowen. W A Beecher, G Pearson, /
Ki i?. Mim Beml?, J M Hermes, II A Whitney, D Smith
Mrs Owens, Mrs I'crr?, P Geoloch, and 12 in steerage
Per steamer Pilot Doy, from Ueorgetown, S O
D G Gannett, J li Johnson, J A Ilarrlngton, D v\ rl??ht
O H Wrixht, W 3 Bryan. G W KnlKht. Mr McClenaghan
J li Richardson, T 1) Summer, W Burko, 3 Siuith, I
Johnson, H Lang.
POK.T OF1 CHAULESTON
Arrived Ycoterdny. (Mat
Brig Chas Heath, Wyman, Baltimore, 6 days from th
Capes. Coal. To Willis k Ohisolm.
Steamer Fanme, McNelty, Savannah, Sundries. T
Ferguson k if olmos, Mordecsl k Oo, and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Georgetown, 8 C. 38
seeks B Rice, 7 tierces Rloi>, 3 baes Cotton, and Bur
dries. To Ferguson Ut Hohnes, P.nckney Bros, S 1
Sp pol Tomas, -, Matanzas, 6 days. Ballast. T
IN THE OFFING.
A French bark, from Havana for Europe, with Sugao
Cleared Yesterday. [Mat
Sehr Silas Wright, Adams, Now York?Willis ?V Cblsoln
Went to Sea Yrsterdaj*. [Mat
?Schr Silas Wright, Adams, New York.
From ttxls Port.
Steamship E B Soudor. Lockwood, at New York, April 2
Br bark uea Queen, Ryan, Liverpool, April 16.
Sehr A P Howe, Burgess, New York, April 28. '
Up for thU Port.
Ship Southern Bights, Ross, for this port, entered on
ward at Liverpool, April 13.
Cleared for this Port?
Sohr E L Smith, Smith, at New York, April 28.
Bohr Jonas Sparks, Orowthor, at Baltimore, April 28.
NEWS AND HERALD,
No. Ill Bay-street, Savannah. Ga
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITf,
Is assigned the publication of
Ae having tho
In tho City and County,
And Publishes the Legal Advertisements of nearly ev<
County which has its Advertising done In Bavavanni
It is the *
BEST ADVEBTISINO MEDIU
In its Section of the State.
Dally.fl? PC** Ann
Trl-Weekly. " "
Weekly. 8 " "
The Editorial Staff Include? Col. W. T. Tuoiu-s
former Kdltor of tho Morning Now?, and well known
an author and Editor: Dr. J. H. Jouit?, former Propt
tor Floridlati and Journal; Mr. E.H. Clkment, Jai
N: OAanozo, Kiri., well known as a Soutborn adiior i
Writer on Finance, and others.
The Business Department Is In charge of Mr. Ta
DOBB Bivois, former Publisher Morning News.
S. W. MA80N,
Kdltor and Proprletoi
aw THE WEEKLY RECORD 0? BE PI
OHABED at H. P. HUGO'S, Ma-rket-acreet, tod M.
QOINH'U, Klng-street, at which places newst??*?-: *4
' sjwHo penen ?m be sold from the Offioc *l\i
NATURBo OWN HK
Congress Spring Water.
Knipirc spriii?, Water.
Columbian Spring Water.
NO NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HA8
yet been discovered or uanumciuurs that equals tliout
waters as a PUEVENTIVE, RELIEF AND PERMA
MENT CURE, for many toiuporary and chronlo dis
eases, as proved by the experience of many thousand?
who havo drank them for yoars, with the most beneficia
Is a cathartic, .ilteratlvo and tonic, and Is a valuablt
remedy for afflictions of the Liver and Kidney, Dys
pepsla, Oout, Chronic Coiistipntlou und Cutaneous dla
eases. It isa most powciful preventivo of the Fevon
and itillous Complaints, so prevalent in warm climates
Is a cathartic and a valuable remedy forRhenmatlsm,
Heraum iin.ut of the Livor, Diseases of tho Skin, ana
ileneial Debility. It* eOccts sre most salutary in Luna
D?hchhcs. it Is atr almost kuiir cuiiik for Scrofula, and
tho most aguravutcd forms ol Dyspepsia. As a pbrvbr
tivk am> cviiK for all Bilious Dorongemonts, it ?tandi
Is a tonic r nd diuretic ot a highly beneficial character,
and la a eoii nvj-: iikmkdt tor I nahet? s, O ravel, Calculus,
Irritation and Itillitn-.uiH.tiuu of the Kldnoys and Bladder,
and has most Kingnlurly itctlvo ?fleets in restoring thcM
in-(-**.iiH when ilehilit.'itod by long disease. Females who
liuvo suffered for jrani from irregularity, and tho dis
tres-hu; dim-use? known only to their Bex, have been
entirely cured by the faithful and judicious use of CO
Thiisa water? aro bottlod fresh and pure, from each ot
tho above-named Hpriugs, in so careful and sconro a
inocti' r that they preserve nil their medicinal value for
yeurM, mid will bo found equally efficacious whon dranl
thousands of miles distant, as when taken directly fron,
Beware of Imitations and inferior Waters; the corks ol
all genuine CongrefH, Etuplro and Columbian Water*
are branded on tho sidu of tho cork, thus :
| Cono-'.i--.sk Watv.r, I I Estr?as Watir, 1
I C. k E. ti. Co. ( \ 0. k E. 8. Co. J
(COLUMBIAN WaTKB, 1
C. A E. 8. Co. 1
Packed safely and securely. In boxen suitable for ship
ment to any part of the world. Congress and F.mplrt
Waters in boxes, containing 4 Dozen Pints, or 3 Dozer,
Qusrt Bottles each. Columbian Water In boxes contain
lug 4, or 6 Dozen Half Plots, or 4 Dozen Pint Bottlei
Sold by all Drnggists, Hotels, Wine Merchants, and
Bold only at Wholesale by
HOTJHKISS SONS. rTW'ri,
No. 92 Beekman-street, N. Y.
BE" Order? by mall receive prompt attention.
March IS thstoSme
AND 8I0KNE88 PREVENTED BY V8INO THE OKL]
AMONO WHICH ARE
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICOS.
Which will infallibly, positively, Invariably cure si
those torturing, perplexing, and debilitating symptomi
commonly known as FEMALE DISEASE, WEAKNESS
IRREGULARITIES, etc., which weary and render nn
happy so miny womon between the ages of 15 and 60
for which thu medical profeselon seeks in vain fort
remedy, and from which wealth, position, delicacy, an?
rofinement afford no oxemptlon.
Read the following :
Lafatettk, Kt.. June 31, I860.
I am a graduate of tho regular Medical Colleges. Eight
een months ago I had soven cases of severe female dis
ease which I had entirely failed to cure. One lady hs<
constant hysteric? ; one had every symplon of cpJeptli
convulsions consequent upon deranged menstruation
others bad whites, lulling, irregularities, and all the ae
vero symptoms of continued nteriue derangement
Having my -attention called to MARSHALL'S UTER1N1
OATHOLICON, I need It, an dit. cored every cate. Thar
has not been a singlo failure in its operation.
O. 3. NORTHINOTON, M. D.
jTaaT-Seo that the seal of the Graofenberg Company 1
on every bottle.-??
THE GBAEFENBEBQ VEGETABLE rlTJfi
Are the beat In the world for family use, and for Indi
gestion ? Constipation ? Headache?Nervousness?BU
lousnees ?Heartburn ? Acidity? Nausea?Flatulenoo
Want of Appatito?Dyspepsia?Liver Complaint?Grl
On account of tbelr great mildness, and from the foe
that they never gripe, nauseate, or leave the bowel? In ;
constipated condition, the Graefanberg Pills will bi
found more pleasant than any others.
SarPrice 28 cents p#-r box. On the receipt of ehe do)
lar four boxes will be sent by ?nail, free of postage, t
aay part of the country.
DYSENTERY SYRUP.? Price SO cent*.
Infallible in all cases of bowel complainte, and a eta
tain curs tor ASIATIC CHOLERA. . .
GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.?Prioe 25 oenta.
SB~i?ot Burns, Bruises, Scalds, Old Seres, Cbllblalni
Chapped Skin, Cold Bore?, and wherover there la li
Oammstlon. It sets like maglo.-ti?
SSV-The Ointment 1? guaranteed as the beat apphcj
tlon in the world for the above. It acts more quick!
and certainly than any other ever offered to the pnblli
CHILDREN'S PANACEA_BO cents.
BYE LOTION.?35 cents. *
HEALTH BITTERS?25 oents.
FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY.?80 cents.
MANUAL OF HEALTH?VS cents. A complexe Pi
ty Physician. Beut by mail on reoeipt of 23 oents.
THEOllAEFKNBFRO F?MI7.YMEDICINES are pr
pared under the Immediate supervision of a 8EILFU
PHYSICIAN, and they may be relied upon In all ease
?S-THEY ARE PURELY VEGETABLE.-?ft
SftyThey have Been tho'leading American Boimedl
for 20 years.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by THE GRAEFENBES
COMPANY, No 139 William street, New York* and 1
the trade generally.
aKsfTbe trade supplied oh liberal term ?, by
KING & CAS8IDEY,
March 17 ' BtnthSmoa CHARLESTON. B. 0.
LOUIS ft ^SAUSSURE,
FOR THE SALE AND PUR0HA8E OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND SALE OF
Cotton, Naval Stores and Produc
OFFICES NO. ?3 BIIOAD-HTKKET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
March 27 tntlisO tnsSmo
MINNISS & CONDON,
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBER
No. 4 STATE-STREET,
JOBBING ATTENDED X07AT SHORTEST NOTR
April 6 thstn3rao
rE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO RETURN I
thanks to his old friend? and patrons for past
vors, and Inform them that he has commenced aaaln
abovA hiislti^Bs, with UPUOLSTi* RING and JOB Ci
PENTERING. Furnlturo repaired with neatness i
_ dispatch, and Old Knml'iiro bor-Rbt and sold.
I would respoctfully refer tfl the following gentlen
JB fot* copacltv and reliability: D. H. 8ILC0X and E.
I bi Orders left at the atore of MoKAY k 0AMPBE1
Anctloii Houso* Hasel street, next to the Post?me?, <
1 v. meet with prompt attention. J. _ LUNSFOhG
6 AprUll ,, , 1_0
" / III/' . ; ...
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: fid; : .--. . ... ',
i' ... ;
DAVIS & SON'S
ORIGINAL AND O EN DIRE
FERRO-PnOSPUOR ATED ELIXIR
W E OFFER TO THE PUBLIC. AND AD80 THE TRADE,
A PDRE COMBINATION OF
By whomsoever sold, that has been In the market
sinoe February, 1662, has boon manufactured solely
DAVIS & SON'S.
CITRATE OF MAGNESIA,
A large invoice of both these .preparations on ?band,
and at New York prices, by
CHARLESTON, S. C,
l?Nh 80 SOLE AOKHTH.
HARLEM DRUG I?0USR.
PORMEHLY OF No. ?9 HATNE.8TREET
JCST RECEIVE? ARD NOW IN STORE,
A FULL SUPPLY OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AOERT8 FUR
DRAKE'S PLANTATION BITTERS
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP
AND ALL THE RELIABLE PATENT MEDICINES Of
JOSEPH A. MORGAN,
No. 153 MEETING-ST.
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL
THE STOUTER NEWS!
THE UNDERSIGNED PROPOSES TO ISSUE A'
Bnmter, B. 0 . on or about the first of June, 1HC.I
a weekly paper, to be entitled
THE 8UMTER NEWS*."
This Journal wul be devoted to literature, rmraltt
and general intelligence, and the promulgation of th
occurrences of the day?political and general?whic
may be of Interest to the people.
No pains or expenso will be spared by the propri?t?
to roiidor his paper acceptable to all clashes of readon
Ho confidently refers to hi ? long experience (ot 32 yean
In t*> e past as a Journalist, to secure for him the pa
ronags c.t the people of his District.
Ho congrat?leles himself that he can select for th
Inauguration of his enterprise no better* occasion tha
the present. At the termination of a long and blood
struggle, in whloh the principles of fret, governmer
bave been overridden and the Constitution trample
undor foot?In t which all the angry passions <
frail and erring human natura have been excited an
exorcised?the Angel of Peace Is no* about to unfol
her wlogs over all sections of our oommon country, an
onco again to gather around her tbe goodness, tl
strength and the magnitude of the American Unioi
At such a time as tht?, he ran have no bettor landiuarl
by which, for tbe good of his country, to direct b
courut) than tho Union, the Constitution and tbe Pros
dent of the United States, and he pledges himself t
sustain, as far as be is able, the purity and iutegrlty ?
the one, ami the firmness, tho patriotism and the state
?, manship of tbe other.
To the people of Bnmter District be confidently s;
peals for their sympathy and patronage.
Ido. tided as ho has over been wltb them and tholr 1:
tercet In the past, be aOcs to be allowed the same pri*.
loge in the future. Ho ospoota to build up for them
District paper, the oourso of wnioh will be oonslston
prudent and patriotic, and one which ho hopes wlU n
be wanting in Its influence on the education and train n
S of the rising generation.
, The servloes of an able and talentod editor havo be?
' secured, who will devote his ' time and abilities to tl
entertainment aud instruction of bis patrons, and wt
will take pleasure in eooondlng the efforts of toe und?
signed, to render THE 8UMTER NEWS worthy of tl
confidence and support of a discriminating public.
For further Information as to torus, Ac, address m
atSumter.B.O. " H. L. ?AKR.
->** ?at-Distriot par-PTi throughout the;8tate are req,uei
od to give on-? or two insertions. 6_Aprlt Tl
. MUSICAL NOTICE.
MRS. F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND PUPIL <
the l?ie PretM. 8. Btumtt), offers her servit
to the oitlions of Charleston as Teacher of VOCAL Al
Residonoe: No. tt Btvdety-stroet, opposite the EU
l^fexstoOen.a?vcs8iaforrs, Dr. WttLWaiao,
Osama Batons, and Dr. W. M. Fxaon.
Novern n*r 1?
?l?1 a7.fr A OAYI?AOKtV-T? WAN'lHU '1
tiiacmly cheap oneiloeaiod. Addroas BEAW A CLAfi
Ulddt?wd Hain, toptambor I
HUGEB, & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHAKLKSTON. 8. <;.
V?y-' -Y.*?**., m, ' * - --- .t- - _
r;v.^.;. ' '.- '
,-7 .? . . -.. -. ' - i.
Jj^-i^gg^ -f: '- / '" ":- >" ' - ? ?: '
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, ORIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, do.
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
THE MOST IMPnOVET,
GRAND AND 8QUARH
Pull Iron Frame and Overstrung Baas,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
No. 10 West Houston-street. No. 19
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
THE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS O* THF FIBMOF
KRAUSHAAR k CO., aro practical Piano makers,
and SB such have had a large experience in connection
with some th best Establishments In this country
and Europe Ti eir Isuob are made not merely for
them, but t ? 1.1 m, ai d undor their Immediate personal
supervision, 11 hey allow no Inetrumont* to leave their
factory ann asm into tho hnnds of their patrons, unless
they havo a power, evenness, llininess ami roundness of
tone, an elasticity of touch?without wbtch no Instru
ment oueht to bo tatisfsctory to tho public?as well an
that durability In construction, which enables it to re
main In tunn and to withstand suddeu ohangee of tem
perature and cxpt sure to extreme heat and cold, which
are sometimes unavoidable. *
They wlU at all times be happy to seo tho profession
and the publlo at their Warerooms, and invite compari
son between this lr own Pianos and those of any other
ANI?N KRAUSH A AH.TOBIAS HAMM
CHARLES J SOHO.VEMANN.
K. G. PEARL.3. F. OUMMINGB.
WATERHOUSE. PEARL & CO.,
No. 19 ISTew Street,
BUY AND SELL
COIN, EXCHANGE. SOUTHERN BANK NOTES, AND
SECURITIES OF ALL KINDS.
AND PURCHASE 8IGHT AND TIMK DRAFTS ON
ALL ACCESSIBLE POIN18.
BUY STOCKS AND GOLD
80LELY ON COMMISSION, REQUIRING AMPLE
MARGIN IN ALL CASE?.
FOUR PER CENT. INTEREST ON DAILY BAL
ANCES, SUBJECT TO SIGHT CHECK.
A?T* The Correspondence of our Southern friends Is.
reBpeotfully solicited. Onto May 1
ACCOUNT BOOK ?FACTORY.
SUCH AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIO OFFICB8?
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, Ac,, ootv
stantly on hand, and made to order, and with any das
orip?on of Ruling. None hut the beat workmen employ
ed ,and the host materials used. ^^
A practical experience of twenty years In the two??
line,and with facilities nnsnirpassed, enablo me to ??/ar
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In a Hit* branohos, with new type, new pi-esses, ana
advantages not excelled In this city. Lawyor*? Blanks;
Titles, Bond?, Mortgages, Ac., Ac, on hand and printa-l
to order. tutbslyr Docembor 14
G. W. AIMAR,
O H IE 1?L 1ST
Corner King and Vanderhorst-streets.
March 8 8n_
THE! COLUMBIA PnOENIX
Oretat Redaction In (Uo llutos of Advtiu
THE COLUMBIA PH NIX (PUBLISHED DAH.1T
and Trt-Weekly) has-been GREATLY ENLARGED,
and In tho qnantlty and quality ol it? rerdlng nisltf
trill comparo favorably frith any pap-ar in the State, Th*?
subscription price to tho Dally la $10 a year; Trl-Week
The terms for trnnslont advertising have been BA
DUCED OVER TWENTY-FIVE PER CENT. ; whllo th?
monthly and quarterly ratAs havo b,.-?ii lnworod to frnchv
an extent as to place the column? of tho paper sllMa
the roach of dealer? and inaiiiiia.-tjar.irn jiencrally.
?JULIAN A. KILllY,
January 23 Propt-totor Columbia I'hasrdaV