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jplie T>aily News.
THURSDAY MORNING, MAY IO, ISGC.
Gosalp of the P.xrl? exposition,
fe hear from Paris that tim workmen aro mak
ftapid progress iu tho building for the Exposi
?b of.l.Mi 7. Tho extornal walls will bo roofed in
[tho MU of July noxt, and by tho last ofthat
pnttt a spnce of fifteen hundred motroB will bo
' 'fur tho erection of oxhibitors' standM
government of Egypt iutends to oxpond
)u in decorating the epaco allotted to that
|ry; Turkey propuso? to construct in tho Park
?inn ft of a mosquo and a house with divans
ath-rooms; Persia coutempiatos thoerootion
orics of kiosks, mik ? omi houses, opium dis
!es, and even an exact copy of tho Shah's,
e-rooiu, with its gorgeous paintings, brilliant
eta, fountains, &c. ; the Siamese and Japanese [
Tlmonts will bo decorated in splondid style,
the Emnoror of Morocco also promises to i
?Irn the place sot apart for the productions of j
(people. France, of cnurso, will not bo behind
pd in tho display of al} that Parisian art and
he groator part of the hoights on the Seine,
own as tho Trooadoro, have boen levelled aua
?earth transported by a special railway over
io bridge of Jena, to till np the hollow and wator
pgged surfaco of tho Champ-do-Mars to tho ro
Che Park wich Burrounds the Exhibition build
? is rapidly assuming now proportions, and
?numbers of treoaand shrubs have boon plant
Thoro is alroady a great demand for lodgings
/Paris. It ia said that house agents are takiug
. apartments in evory quarter of the city, and
my applications have been received at tho prin
?\l hotels from Americans who desire to securo
omino lations. A correspondent, however,
ten that the, hotel-keepers roturn a uniform
lv^-that no engagements for rooms will be.
Se, fu -.it-comers to be first served, and that a
cial rate of charges will be adopted for the
r of tho Exhibition. The suburbs of Paris
so. easy of access that visitors will probably
1 it nuuecessary to insist upon quarters in the
/aruko material will bo contributed for oxhi-I
ion bv Russia, Austria, Franco, Belgium, Italy,
3?in and tho United States; and the French
1 lister of Marine proposes to display models of j
rfeols, showing tha progresa of naval construc
?i in France,
.t a grand dinner rocontly given by the homcoo-1
Iii? physicians of Paris it was announoed that !
niters al congress of the followers of Hahne
apma will take place in 1867, and that all the
writ! relating to their systoru of practico will be
foivjjw at the Exposition.
'ira MORMON CREED.-Inquiries instituted by
.General Government with referonco to tho in -
ition of polygamy in Utah, together with rt
Bircumstanccs of a local character, have
h up the Mormon nooplo to a more vigorous
JiotSGo of their peculiar tenets. Au individual
I'poUen of by the newspapers who demonstrated
ii fidelity to the faith by assassinating ono of the
[?adele, profanely alliod in marriage to a woman
otho Mormon porsuauion. The knife must have
ten applied iu the orthodox style, and after
ttyfcrful consideration. However this may bo,
lb isciplos of tho church took caro that, tho of
h6 ?r should never again be guilty of a' similar
?all cretion. Other methods o? defending as well
up opagating?- tim Mormon crood are indnstri
wily employed. One wholly froe'from objection
iatlpj priotiug and circulating of learned disqui
lilqnr? thrungli tho columns of the Deseret News,
ii article of this character, wel sprinkled with
?Cipturo quotations, seeming accordant with tho
iofritio? of Jo o Kiiii th, appears in the issue of
Ajrll 5th. The ?' editor profesaos a moat conscieu
liins regard for tho truth. He is a special ad
mirer of political and religious liberty. Tho bigo
ts! and senseless people, who. pronounce Mormpn
Un "no religion," are, soundly berated. Bight or
?nong, Brigham Young & Co. claim to acoept this
ieigion as providing the only sure passport to
??.ostini salvation. Says tho Doeerot News:
I'lo that religion the principle of present and
continued revelation occupies the first position.
i As children of God we havo the same right to px
~?t and receive rovelation from him that any por
)n of His children ever had in any age or dis
jusation, if wo accept and abide the conditions
Irnloli secure that blessing to mankind. Wo havo
[ieoeived, and continuo ?to receive, revelations,
"uing us in matters pertaining to our present
! eternal warfare; and ono of these revelations
!>ins upon us the doctrino of plurality of W?VOB.
JT&u was not given as anermisaion because of cer
U?Hl circumstances existing at the time it was ro
aeivfed, but it carno as a command, under Divine
I regulations, whioh oannot be trifled with, nor
treated as a thing of no moment."
Sinco the doctrine of a plurality of wives "came
aa a command" from heaven, and fresh revela
tions on tho subject aro still received, the Salt
Lake people think it quite preposterous any
.herald question the righteousness of their causo.
Gentiles who have doubts in regard to the divine
.Ulption are triumphantly refer rod to the 'in
spired" Mormon revelation, which say? :
vFor all those- who have this law revealed nntc
thom, must obey the same; for behold I I reveal
anio yon a new and everlasting covenant; and ii
yejabido not that covenant, then are ye damned."
N. Y. Journal of Commerce.
micuN INFLUENCE AnnoAD.-Tho London oor
retfoondont of tho New York .?Veins remarks upoi
i : thp di vision in American politics and the non-res
i -, toration of the Union's elements of weaknesi
m abroad. He says what is too natural and l?gica
B to be denied:
^L Tho truth is, the aspect of affairs in your coun
Hfljhas greatly onoouragod the Fronch Govern
l?ne?t. When the Confederacy fell; wheu Lee
surrendered hid sword; when the South suddeulj
g&ve up tho struggle; when the men of tho South
submitted tn tho arbitrament of war, and submit
ted to tho Union, it was felt in Europo that the
Imperial game in Mexico was over, unless it wai
to be sustained by tho military povrei'of Franco
Bat as it seems to Europe, the Union has no1
boan restored, and you are still a divided people
It] is now a. year and so von days Bineo presiden
JJ iicoln entered Richmond in triumph, and yet tin
fil ?th is still out of the Union. I do not presum?
to offer any opinion upon yonr domestic atiairs
It is not the province of a foreign corresponden
ftAcriticise your national poliay. It may be tha
i necessary and wise to treat the South as i
quered province. It may be that the oonflic
ween the Amerioan Executive and the doini
nt party in the Amerioan Congress is inevitabl
d healthful. It may be that tho oxclnaion o
the South for years is but the preludo to a 1 ist in?
Union. 1 have only to deal with fart?, and it i
ray province to tell you that your domestic strife
v;h(ither it be inevitable or avjidablo, whethor i
bo for good or evil, weakens your influence abroad
xfapoleon is aoting upon the conviction that yo
are a divided people, and that he oau do as h
likes in Mexico. Had tho Southern members c
\ Congress taken their places lu the Capitol, hada
i \ amnesty followod peace, there would not at thi
k moment have been a single soldier owing alle
Bsvianoo to tho Emporor Napoleon.
I JOHN MITOHFI?, in his last Paris letter to tli
Hew York Daily News, thus disooureeth upo
torso flesh. "In the matter of horse flesh. Franc
is decidedly taking the lead of England. There ai
no Buch splendid carriage horses to bo seen an;
where as in Paris, and for cavalry remounts an
animals to be used in draught, this country
new independent of all othors, though not mac
, -years ago Franco was a largo purchaser of bores
both in Germany and in England. This is du
in crest moasure, to the exoellont administr?t ii;
of the haras, great stallion establishments car
milly maintained in all the departments. As fi
taco horses, Gladiateur beats evory thing on ti
habitable globe. There is np horse in Knglai
that has the least chanco with him'; and ho w?
brought over from that country to ruu for-c
, rather to win, of conreo-tho splendid cup, worl
10,000 france, together with 10,000 in money, i
the race of Sunday last in the Bois do Boulogn
-, Tro horses started with |him, but he won at
canter. Gladiateur ia now established as a pub!
; cliaractor, and favorito of the Parisian world,"
? ? ????
lhere is a story going around in North Btaffor
?lare, England, that a farmer who had lost son
?ows was fully porsuaded that he had himsolf be<
attacked by tho epidemic. Forthwith ho consul
ed his own medioal man, who tried to laugh ?hi
i ? oi:t of tho notion, but to no purpose Tho farm
then went off to an old and well known praotitio
?r, who, being a bit of a wag, and seeing he
nutters were, entered minutely into the details
tha caso, expressed his concurrence with the p
. Udnt'a views, and told him he could cure lum. I
' Tn wrote a prescription, sealed it up, and to
J farmer to go to a cortain druggist in the ne
ttery town The farmer lost no timo in goii
h the prescription, but was somewhat etartl
en tho druggist showed bim the formula, whi
i thus : "Tuts man has got the oattle ?lagc
6 him into tho buck yard and shoot him, e
ding to Act of Parliament." Thero la no ue
,'jgflsavfng that this WAS a "perl'oot euro."
Import of Dry* Goods tat New York.
The Journal of Commerce of tho 6th gives tbo folio rr
lng tables, which will bo of interest to our commercial
readers : ,
VTe have niw completed our ueusl monthly tables,
glviog tho Cn atom House value of the imports of forolgn
dry goods at this port for the four weeks just ended.
Theeo figures represent tho gold cost sbroad. duty and
freight not added Tho total for April is $7,8.10 664,
against $8,060,706 for the same poriod last year. This
shows a leas gaiu thah during tho procedlng months of
this year, the imports having fallen off d ?ring the last
two weeks. The following is our usual-comparative
IMPORTS OF FOREIGN DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK
FOB THE MONTH OF APRIL.
ENTERED FOB CONBUMPTION.
1804. 1865. 1868.
Manufs. of Wool. $1,643,637 $910,037 $l,3i9,350
Do. Cotton.... 494,000 369,317 l,2:i'J.Oh9
Do. Silk. 1,085,482 723,972 026.934
Do. Flax. 810,688 381,395 969,768
Mlecoll'a Dry Goods.. 339,168 134,696 602.615
Total ont. for con.$4,273.441 $2,609,347 $4,906,620
WITHDRAWN FnOM WAREHOUSE.
1864. 1865. 1860
Manufs.ofWool_$107'.<36 $625,299 $1,480,091
Do. Cotton_ 324,103 313,291 644.062
Do. Silk. 633.368 2*8.331 73J.077
Do. Flax. 608,733 283,762 697.306
Mlacell's Dry Ode.. 71,0.1)9 46.3511 116,692
Total with'dn from
warehouso.$2200.109 $1,467,(29 $3/69,177
Add ont. .tor. con's 4.?7 1,441 2,609,847 4,096,626
Total thro ?ra on
the market.$6,778,560 $3,966,376 $8,635,803
ENTERED FOR WAREHOUSING*.
1864. . 1865. 1868.
Manufs.ofWool.... $487,661 $891.108 $098,838
Do. Cotton.... 94,7.7 212,271 396,119
Do. Silk. 164,697 2(1,893 483,977
Do. Flax. 143,4 0 460,187 378.031
MtaceU'sDry Gds.. 68.419 84,900 113,973
Tot. ont'd war'hso. $946.804 $1,360,369 $J 309.038
Addent'dforoon.. 4,273,441 3,619,347 4,966,026
Tot. out at tho prt. $5,220,346 $3,969,706 $7,836,664
It will bo teen that the stock lu bond has Increased
during the month nearly one and a quarter million dol
lars. We now bring forward the comparative Imports
of dry goods stnoe January 1st :
IMPORTS OF FOBEIGN DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK
FOB FOUR MONTHS FROM JANUARY 18T.
atNTZBKD rOB OOMBDlt-PTIOH.
1864. 1865. I860.
Manufs. of Wool_$12,059,866 $3,918,621 $13,916,648
DO. Cotton... 8,784,34? 1,453 469 7,884 277
DO. Silk. 7,405,1(5 3.157,747 8.834,303
Do. Flax. 4.003.485 1,976,010 6.897,799
MlscoU'a Dry Goods 1,826,762 646,607 3,201,020
Total on. for con. $29,079.448 $10,147,344 $38,233.007
WITHDRAWN FROM WAREHOUSE.
1864. v 1865. I860.
Manufs.ofWool_$3.794,262 $2,370,219 $5,846. "69
Do. Cotton... 1,191,081 1,871,149 8,277,146
Do. Silk. 1.617.6(54 1,344.687 3,811,798
Do. Flax.. 1,367.213 1,629,984 3,100,470
Mlscell's Dry Goods 230,835 341,642 491,068
Total wlthdra'n from
warehoneo.$7.201,635 $6,956.881 $14,626,870
Add ent, for cons'n. 29,079,443 10,147,344 88,233,007
Total thrown on tbe- -
market.$30,-81,078 $17,104,225 $52,769.877
ENTERED FOB WAREHOUSING.
1864. 1866. 1866.
MAnufa. of Wool.$3,061,023 $1,870 949 $7,83-1,339
Manufr. Cotton.. 792,144 991,?03 3,039,603
Manufs. Silk. 1,836.741 707.244 3,388,259
Manufs. Flax_ 971.213 1,312,012 2,695,851
Mls'lB Dry Goods 237,676 239,118 645,547
To'lon.for Wh'g..$6,307,697 $5.121.286 $17.407,4S?9
Add cn. for?ons. .29.079,443 10,147,341 38.233,007
Total entered at
iii.? port.$35,477,140 $Lr>,2G8.?VJ0 $55,610,500
Tho figures for the corresponding dato of 1863 wee
only $23 885,026, ao that this year stands in advance of
all precedent. As many of our reade rn may do siro to
compare tho totals for tbo current fiscal yoar, ? o bring
forward, also, tho relative Imports of dry goods since
the 1st of July:
IMPORTS OF FOREIGN DRY GOODS AT NEW YORK'
FOR TEN MONTHS FROM JULY 1.
18.6-7. 85 830.583
1859-00. 96.7 ?6,665
1860 1. 79,616,140
1801-2. 31,676,135 .
1802-3.".. 65,449. K13
Importers who havo boon struggling against lopses on
every invoice will bo glad to seo that tho tldo Is slightly
abating, and tho chance? of keeping tbelr heads above
water somewhat improved. Wo look for a ?oia'lvo de
crease for soma time to come, but no rellablo ostimato
can be formed of the prospect for the fall trade
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr J B Clayton-57 bales Cot
ton, 4 casks Mots*, 63 bundlos Wire, 43 Iron Gas
PIpeB, 1105 bars Old Iron, 82 Car Wheels, 71,000 foot
Lumber, 90 packages Mdze.
Tlie Charleston Colton Market.
The sales of Cotton yesterday, Including re-packs,
amounted to 250 bales, st full and advancing prloes.
Stock very light. Wo quote :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.24 to 26 per lb.
Low Middling.- to 28 .. ..
Middling.2'J to ?0 f "
Strict Middling.- to 31 " "
Good Middling.32 to- " "
ORVNGEBURG, May 9.-COTTON.-Since our last
weekly report the market closes dull, In consequence of
tho heavy decline la Liverpool. Several small lots wore
disposed of on Monday at the following prices: Mid
dling 24; Good Middling 20 ii cents per pound. The
market closes dull at the following range: Middling to
Strict Mi .Idling 24 to - ; Good Middling 26>i to -.
OOBN-Per bushel, $1.50.
PBAB-Per bushel. $1.23.
Itioi . -Rough, per bushol, $2.10.
AUGUSTA, May S.-COTTON-lerne active on yester
day. Offering stock light. Transactions are so very
li ml tod that it is impossible to Riva correct quotatloL s.
THE MONEY MAUKKT - Gold dull. Brokors buying at
126; Beling at 1'27.
Silver buying at 120; telling at 12S.
COTTON GOODS-The following are the quotations for
Augnata Factory Goods :
Augusta Factory 7-8 Shirtings.IG ,'ic
_ 4-4 Sheetings.30o
_ 7-8 DrillB.,.326
! MOBILE, May 4.-COTTON.-The demand to-day has
been limited, resulting in sale of 300 bales, While the
market is easier at our figures, it Is without quotable
change. Some few balee havo ohanged hands at a frac
tion below yesterday's rates, the market dosing quiet,
at 81o to 32c for Middling.
Bales for the week SO 0 bales,
MONETJUIT. AND FINANCIAL.-Tho closing rates of the
. Gold 126 to 137. Sterling, A 1 Bills, 134. Francs 4 25.
New York Slsht, par.
New York Bhort Sight, >.,' to y discount.
New Orleans Bight, par.
New Orleans Market.
NEW OBLEANS, May 4 -COTTON.-We have again It
notice a dull 'and rather unsettled market, with only i
limited supply offering at the ruling rates, snd the de
mand confined to a few buyers, who are unwllllDg te
advanco even a fraction over their limits to fill theil
ordors. The Bal-,s to-day wero consequently confinai'
to 1200 bales, taken by seven brokers at irregular am!
gohorally easier prlcea. With the remark that It ti
?lffloult io buy low middling and middling at the in
side figures, unless for Liverpool classification, we non
quote as foUowa; ordinary 27@28c; good ordinary 30(5
81o; low middling 32@31o; middling 35@30o.
The solos for the past throe d.ys sum up 3100 bales
making a total for the week of 6000. The receipts propt
for the woek (oxoludlng tho arrivals, from Mobile
Florida and Texas, which are erabrased Iii their re
spcctlvo statements) comprise 10,888 bales against 10,30;
last week, showing an Increase of 691 biles. The week'
exports embrace B862 bales, 6697 of which were ti
foreign porta, and only 235 coastwise.
STATEMENT Or COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st Sept, 1866.bales..83 23!
Received to day. 1 uuo
Cleared to day. -
Stook on hand..167,64
? SUOAB AND MOT.A?U:H.-Only 10 hhdssugar snd 3 bbl
molasses havo been received from the coast aluce yet
terday. The market is well supplied with both the foi
elgn and dornest!) production, but Is vory dull and di
pressed. There wero ssles to-day, however, of 6 hhd
?'ood fair Louisiana Rugar at 13>,o. and 60 blidu lull
air taken for up the river a; about 14>?o per lb. A li
of 60 hhds Porto Ruo sold on private terms. Of Mi
lasses, a cargo 120 hhds and some tierces, In bond, sol
op private terms. In addition, to the abovo, the prlnc
pal salea of the week are confined to 19 hhds lally fa
Louisiana Sogar at is yo, and 46 hhds on private term
A cargo of 200 hogsheads Porto Rico sold in lota at Li;
to UKO per lb. Louisiana Sugar has been retailing at
to Oo for inferior, 10 to 13c for common to good con
tuon, LI-, t . 11^ o-..-,rtofiilly fair, 15 to 15>,' .1
vrlme, and 1*>X to 10 for choice; and Cuba BtiRi
-. I .
I'M to laxo por lb for No. 13, 13X to 14 for Ko 14, and
15 for No. 15. Of Molasses th? ro bavo been only retail
Baton of Oilba at 48 to 45 per gallon.- It is quoted bj tho
cargo at ii to 45c. Tho last sales of Lou IM ma Molasses
wcro at 45 to 50 por gallon. Tho rccriptsof tho domestic
production for too week compris? 367 hb?ls Hu-, ar. 102
bbls Molasses. Cleared, 46 hbds Sugar, 114 l?bls Mo
laasos. The foreign iinpoit? oouiprisn 120 bbls, 7401
boxe/1 Sogar, 801 hbds, 134 liare? s and 171 bbls Mo
WZBTBBN PaoDDCK ANH PnoviHioNs.-We remark a
?toady market, una'l stocka on hand and a fair extent of
business doing at yesterday's prices Tho receipt s of
grain bavo boon Itrge during tho past few days, aud
prices ar? easier la consequence. Full particulars o? the
market are gi von lu do:all Io tho following remarks:
Ftoon.-Wo noto a firm market and good dowan?! for
superfine and oxtra, of which there 1B a a nr< Hy Tho
salo? to-day crobraco 151U boin, of which 350 on its
m?rito on private termB, 60. 10U. 300 supcrui.o at $8 75,
400 low oxtra at f9 20, and 100 on It? merits at $10. A
good jobbing trido is doing at 8 75 to $9 per bbl for
superfine. Price) have rulod with an upward tendency
during tho week, and 13.000 bbls havo sold at $6 26 lor
low fine, 7 to $7 it for Ano, $8 UVi for goo i line, $8 25
for low superfino, 8 60 to f 8 75 for good superr uo, 9 20
to $10 00 for low extra, 11 to $11 60 for nod um extra,
12 to $12 87 Vi for good oxtra. and 14 to $16 per bbl lor
choice oxtra. Wtok's receipts, 9.--7U bbls. Cleared 5824
COHN-Thn?demand ,s fair, but tho supplies aro
largo, and in suma ?nstanos prices aro about ?Jo. \\
bUBhel lower than they wore yesterday. Tho Kale? to
day ombraco 10,000 sacks, of wbl.-li 2000 yellow mixed
at $1, 600 yellow at $1,01, 600 yellow, 10U0 while, and
2000'white mixed $1 02.?,; 1600 sacks at $1.02). tor
mixed and $1 05 for whlto. lOoO yellow and 1000 white at
$1 06, and 660yellow at $1 0$H ?? i>ushol. Prices havo
declined about 7c. 'n b??shol duri? g the week, owlutt to
large receipts. Tin? week'a eales sum up 39,000 ?auks at
prices ruling wilbla the range of $1 to $1 12 ?I bushel.
Week's receipts, C9 011 sacks ; cleared 13,020 backs.
OATd-An? In good supply and in fair demand, at
about yesterday's prices; 4000 sacks havo sold to-day, of
which. 1650 and ?UOO at 51o . 200 at 6fio. and 200at6Uo.
fl bushel. Price? lmvo declined 4c. ft bushel during
tho week, tb? supplies having Increased. The week's
aale? embrace 11.000 cooks at 64 to 68u. fl bushel.
Week's rvoolpts, 10,874 B ?cka ; cleared, 1306 nicks
UiiAS-Th o nurket Is dull and prices havo further
given way 0c per ino lbs, the sales being confined to 30<>
sacks at $ 1 20 and SOO at $125 per 100 lbs. Owing to
better Bupplles prices have deolined 20c per 100 lbs dur
ing tbo week. Tim week'a Bale? embrace 300 rack? at
$1 20 to $1 40 por lOO lbs. Week's receipts, 2449 sacks.
"HAT.-Wo have to note a dull market, and only 300
balun ordinary haa been sold to-day at $24 per ton. Tho
BupplleB are fair but a- o mostly poor lu quality, about
7500 bales Western havo b??en sold during the week at
$24 por ton for ordinary, $26 to $27 for prime, and $28
LiAiiu.-There vas a very Rood demand to-day, and
140 and 200 tierces prime sold at 21c, and 60 at 21 Ho per
lb. Primo In tierces is retal lug at 2 .)ic and in kegs at
2o per lb About 400 tierces were Bold proviou?ly this
week at 20ii to 21c, and ?onie keg? at 22c per It?. Week's
receipt? 79 les, 54 keg? ; cleared 732 tea.
UAUOH.-Thor? la a good demand at fuller prices, but
very little for round lot?, and a lot of clear Sides could
not bo ?old to-i'ay unte~aH at a roduolion on previous
pilcos. Shoulders are retailing at 14 J?, ribbed Sides
11 Mc, clear Sides 19c, and sogar-cured hams 24@2!c V
lb.. About 150 tea sugar-oureu ham? have been sold iu
small iota, during ti u past few days, at 20>.@ ile ^ lb.
The previous salts of Bacon durlngltho week ombraco
about 300 casks at 18@l8Xc for clear Side?, 14c for
shoulders, 17>?@17>,o for clean ribbed Sides, and 23c
for augar-enrod tlsmn.
POBK,-Ihero bave not been any round salos to-day,
but the market is very firm, and Mess is retalilug freely
at $82 11 bbl. About 4600 bbls. alosa havo been aold
during the week at $30@31 60 ft bbl, the market clos
ing at the in8lil?? price, and eho wing an advance of $ i.50
ft bbl. Week's rcoelpts 2821 bblt?; cleared 203 bbls.
QUEEN MEATS-The market is bare of hams and sides,
or vory nearly BO, and shoulders are retailing freely at
I2j?c per lb. A tot of 32 cask? shoulders sold early in
the week at 10 "-?c, and subsequently 11*. could havo
WHISKKY-A lot of 40 bbls good Western rectified
void at $2 25 per (?allon. The market Is well supplied,
bat dull. Kc? itkd ia retailing at $2 20 to 2 35 per gal
lon. Week's receipt?, 226bole; cleared, 294 bbl?.
FBEXOHTS-The market contin?en dull, both forolgn
and toast? lad. ti ?iii ni? vessels for New York arc taking
Flour at the very low rato of 2Uc per bbl, aud Cotton at
$2 per bale, and steamer? }:c per lb for Cotton. The
rates for Boston aro about tho samo. The rates for
Liverpool aro 9-10 to ', 1 per lb tor Uotton, by ?all, and
?* to J,d by steam, ana l.\?c by sall lor Havre.
Wilmington Alurketa """
WILMINGTON, May S.-TDJU'KSTINE-Ia in demand
and receipts liRbt. Salea of 64 bbln, at $3 50 for virgin,
$3 io yellow dip, and $1 60 for hard, %l 280 t? Iba.
Si'lBlTS Tiinw.Nj INK-The market in active, and the
prie?? has advauiiil a Hluk'-o. 8alus of 20 bbls at 53o, 60
do at 61c, and 11 do (In N Y packages) at C5c \\ gallon
BOSIN-Sales of 71 bblB Common at $2 10 V- bbl; and
880 bbls at $5 50. $0. $G 50, $0 75fe?7 for No 1, $7 50, $7
76<<??8 for Pulo, aud $5 for Opaque, ^ 280 lbB.
No salea ?cpurttd In Cotton ana Tar.
Hull I more .tln.rlf.ct,
BALTIMORE, May 6.- COFFEE.-We bear of no ?ale?
to-day worthy o( notice; matke't Arm. at last quotations,
COTTON YABVI-Aro Vijry dull; quote 40 to 12), cents
for Nu?. 6 to 15.
fLouB.-Receipt? aie ?till light, and with good
jobbing demand and rcdueed stocks in tho bauds
of trade, prices are firmly maintained at quotations, viz:
Howard-street 8u;.er and cut Extra $9 to $9.60;
do shipping Extra $10 to $10 60; do high grades
11 to $11; do Family 13 to $13 60; Ohio Suptr
and Cut hxtra 9 to $9 25; do Extra shipping 10 to $10 60;
do retailing 10 76 to $11 60; do Family 13 to $14; North
western Supor 8 50 to $8 75; City Mills Super 9 to
$9 25; do shipping branda Extra 12 60 to $13; Stand
ard Extra 10 to .10 60; Baltimore, Welch'? and Green
field Family $16; do blgb grados Extra $14 per bbl.
Bye Flour, new, 4 76 to $5 25. Corn Meal-City mills
and Brandy wine $4 25 p?r bol.
GBAIN.-Wheat ?cane, only. 620 bushel? offered on
'Ohange to day; Oi ly Bale reported was an interior lot ol
white at $2 50; 8prlng Whtats are quoted at $195 te
$2 02 per bushel-noue offoring. Cora 13,500 bullhole
white, and 40O0 bushels yellow offer jd ; market firm,
with sales of 7500 buahels white at 85c to 87c; SOO de
common at HDc; 1000 bushels yellow at 82c to 8Jc pot
bUHhoL Oats aro very firm ard higher; 2220 bushels of
fered and part sold at 55o to 68,-, weight.
MOLASSES -WO report the sale of brig Ellen Perkins'
cargo, from Sagua,com prised of 32 j hhds and 23 tierces,
on priva.e terms, taken for boiling.
NAVAL, BTOIIKI-Spirits Turpentine is firm, with salop
at 88c to 90c per gallon. We report sales of 600 to 701
bbls Rosin, comprised of common and low No. 2, al
$2 80 ad round. We quote common at $2 60 to $2 76,
an i No. 2 at $S to $3 60. Tar is hold at $2 t J $2 60 foi
small and larg?- bbls, but wo understand large coutrocti
o, old be effected at still lower piicea.
PBOVISIOMS.-Our market has further advanced for al
descriptions of the Hog product. Receipts and ?tod
here ?mall. Mess Pork ia held at $30 por bbL Bull
Meat?-We report a ?ale of 60,000 lbs loose Shoulders a
12 s cents, and understand 12% cents waa refused tor i
prime lot In packages; Sides aie held at 16 >, cent?. Ba
con has been in demand, with sales of 40 casks Mdoo. li
two lot?, at 16.', cents; joublng lota are quoted at 16?|
cents; Shoulden are Felling at i9M to 13% cents; Ham
are quiet but finn at 20 to 23 cents. Lard is higher, wltl
a ?ale of 25 tierces Western reported at 21 cents per lb
Hinco writing tim above we boar of a aale of 64 hhd
bulk Sides at 15\' cent?; and Bacon at the close wa* hell
at 14 cent? for ?boulders and 17 cent? for bidet-a fur
The atock of barrel Pork of every description at tb
leading point? ia the West, and compared with tam
time in 1860, ?how the following ro?ult;
, Chicago.'....30.000 , 115,266
Cincinnati..30.000 63 300
' St. Louis....:. 8,000 37000
All other places,......25,000 100.000
? The above figuroa abow a deficiency this season c
' 209,030 bbls.
At New i'orh, on the 1st of May, the stock was 90,00
bbls against 91,074 tame period last year-a decrease c
only 1074 bbls.
Hut?AU-The ?ale? reported wcro 60 hhds Porto Rico i
12c; 25 do do at 12?,e; 20 do English Island at 10%c
m?rket closed quiet but steady aa laat quoted. Refine
Sugars are steady at 15?,c for crushed, powdered an
i granulated, and loo for A white.
i SALT.-With Mr Jobbing demand prices are steady .
lost qnoted for both Liverpool and Turk? Island.
> WHISKEY.-Wo report ?ales of 00 bbl? country, in loti
. at 2 20 to $2 25>i, and 60 do Western, in lots, at $2 3
I per gallon.
i New York Market a
> The New York World of Monday, the 7th inst., says
On Monday list tho prlco of gold oponed at 127,'t- O
> Tuoaday, May 1, it touched the lowest point of the wcel
r 125?). and ?inca then ha? beon supported at high price
? ranging from 1.8'.; to 1273. i>y the ongli coring of ii
* flnouiial bulls. These bulls In gold have been favors
? In austainlng the price by the alow disbursement? ot ti
s government interest duo on May 1 ; tho advancement I
> the rate? of foreign bill? of oxobange, the shipments <
specie made by banker? and other? to strengthen then
aolvoa In Europe, and the stoppage of tho ?alo for cot te
3 bill? caused by the panio in tho Liverpool cotton ma
kot. The disbursements of the aaslhtant treasury o
account of gold interest to date aro $7,(01,910, leaving
0 balance of about $14.000,000 moro to come upon ti
- gold market. The gold customs receipts for the wet
? are $2,710,421. The gold receipts of the week from Ca
fornla were $1,318,271, and the export? of ?pede to E
rope for the week ?re a little less than the receipt?, b
- lng $1,247.219. Included In these specie export? for ti
3 week ?re $120,400 of Mexican silver, thus showing tb
" th? gold exports for tho week were $600,000 less tin
*. the receipts from California.
t' Tho Am rlcin gold ?hipped for the wcok ?mounU
a- only to $400,000; the balance $400,000 consisting of go
II bara and Spanish sold. There are H till in the mark
y unsold about $1,000,000 or tho California gold bars i
>t calved this weeli, ?ed th!? sum. If offered at terms ??ti
?>. factory to tbo buy tra, will be ?hipped next week, as t!
a export abroad la th? only profitable nae that can be ma
l- of gold bars. Th? highest price la cub obtained I
If prime bank??' for tbelr alxty-day ?tarling bill? durit
g the week, for round ?um?, ?u 100K ; but a ?Us at ti
li high figuro wire made onlv to a limited ?tant, t
7 general rang? of the market being from 109 to 10?J
i- The demand from th? trade even at the lowar ratea
>? ciimao.? ?Imlied. for ?he pack?! which cloaod io-di
kr prime lanker.' ?ttrllng M u wen cold at U0 to 101
from second hands, anil tho uli.tpmei.t nfff 1,247,249 in
gold and silver for Hie wt-ek-, his caused an accumula
tion of linnhe?T bills on tho mat tot in excess of tho
Importers niul other rcmltlo-s aro ?cr woll couvlnco-1
that tho prices of G 1.1 and bill? i-f oxohsnge have been
run up by exceptional iiK-iitx, the lnllii.vnce of which
cannot bo maintained for any length of ili.'ir, that they
will not poy i ho ailvunci?, but will puMpono ibeir rornlt
tan?? H an oui* a? puHi-ibl?-. Bankers' (id iiiil.-* drawn in
March and April uro pilli held in lar e I.IIKTAII.IH ty
dealers und other??, and In ROIUO cases Block Ami gold
brokers oro besvjr holders Th?se aro in the mart .t for
solo or oxchangp for new billi?. Tin? IIOWB from Earopo
due on Tuesday next, la likoy to be considerably hot
ter, and will probably a ow udvancud prlcca lu cotton
and 6-20 bonds. It is apparent, from tho preceding
atatcmecta in regard to the ?pecio ?bipuiouta of tao
week and Gio comilit?n of the foreign oxchaUkO market,
that the bulls In Gold uro struggling ngaitiHt tho cur
rent, and are likely to bo subjected to tho HUIDO cmbar
rosamrntBas tho bull cliqno leaders In the stock market '
'J li" ?old market was dull to-day, und tho prlco ranged
rom 127.'" to 12774* closing. Gold loans aro mado flat
to Biron? particH, but tho weaker class of operators pay
from four to aevon per cout. for carrying tho gold. The
strong bullopcratorH arc sustaining the- marknt lu order
to enable thom to unload upon tho woaker ones. They
And tho unloading hard to accomplish in tho fauo of
about $14,000,000 atill to como up; n the market irom
tho May dividend*. When tlirsu Influential bulls for
the moment havo got rid of tho-r gold, and put out all
they camhort at present prices, they will maku a raid on
the market, and knock down its prlco with as startling a
sudden nens.as any of tim Prairie du Chien cllquo's ma
noeuvres, lho sum of over $7O,O0l?,0l)U in gold hold by
government on May 1, with lho avowed financial policy
ol til i Treasury Department, as well as the situation of
our fon ign oxchungee, ought to warn spoculatori against
operating for high prices lu tho gold market.
KKW YORK, May 5,-COTTON.-Tho market waB a
shado Iii mer, with a fair buslnous. ?Sales 1600 bales at
34c to 36c for Middlings.
BUEAD8TCFF8 -The buoyancy was lost, and the busi
ness limited. ?
The common and medium grades of Stato and West
ern Flours wero irregular; tho bettor grades of Extra
State brought more money, but other grades wero dull
and Bt?ady. Sales 12.0U0 bbls at $7 35 to $7 86 for Su
pers ; $8 10 to $8 85 for Extra Stato. $9 to $9 60 for
flu ice State; $9 10 to $0 C5 for hhlpplng Bound Hoop
Ohio; $8 60 to $11 90 for Extra Weatern; $12 to $10 50
for Dciublu l?itra Wettern and St. Louis.
Southern Flour was dull for low grades, firm and
good demand for better grades. Bales 700 bbls at $10 10
to $1115 for Snpora; $11 25 to $10 00 for Fancy and
Cauada Four was firm and ?caree. Sales S60 bbls at
$8 75 to - for Common : $9 40 to $ 13 for Good to Choice
RTJJ FLOUR-Was quiet and unchanged.
COHN MEAT.-Waa dull and drooping.
Gn ?.IM.-The Wheat market was Arm for good grados
at yesterday's price?, but otherwls? heavy. Salee 65,
OiiO bushels at $1 60 <? 1.70 for Inferior Spring; $1.85
for do. Ko. 1 Milwuukt-o Club; $2 for Amber do ; $2.40
(3.2.50 for Old Red Western; and $3 for Choice White
(Jons-Was drooping, and closed le. lo** er, but more
active, part for export. Sales 70,000 bushels Weatern
Mixed at 77(a?82,?,e.
OATS-Wore l@2c better and actlvo.tho demand being
in part sp?culative Sales 05,000 busbele, including
Canadian at 59@01c; Western at47@61c; Stato at fil?
C4c; Jersey and Southern at 66@68c.
RYE-Was quiet but firm.
BAULKY-Dull and nomlnsl.
BAIILKT MALT-Was quiet.
PIIOVIMOSS.-Pork very excited and decidedly higher.
Sales 15,000 bbls, at $28 50 to 29 for Old Mess; $29 60
to HO for Now Mess; $25 for Prime. After 'Chango tliero
?vas a further advance, with sales of 3,000 bbls Now
Mees at $30 25.
Lard further advanced folly 'io on speculative orders
from the Weist Bales 2,000 bbls, and tea., 10 to 20c for
No 1; 21 to 21 Ko for Fair to Prime Steam; and 21 y to
21 y tor Eattle-Rendered, tbo latter an oxtrcmo.
(jntmcats were* ,??'c bisher and active; 123 for Dry
Salted Sbo?Tldcre, and 17c for Sweot Pickled Barns.
Halos, also, Bellte? at 15.!,c.
Bacon was firmer oud more active. Sel? s 1,200 boxes
at 14 ", to U'ic for Cumberland, and 15'-., to lS'.cfor
Beef waB B'cady. Bales 000 bbls at $10 to 20 for Re
packed Western Mess, and $20 60 to 21 for Extra do.
Tierco Ucef dull and munnin].
Beef Hams scarce ami ni in at $41 to 42.
Butter ?v.T dull aud drooping. We ??noto now at J ? to
40c for Western aud ulilo; 46 to 52c for Slate.
Cheese was dull aud nominal.
ASHES -Pots aro firm at 7c; Pearls nominal.
Cor-PKE.-Rio was quiet and unchanged. Weat India
Coffees lu good demand. Sues 600 bags St. Domlugo
at liff cents, gold, in bond, and 000 bags Maraialbo on
Dituos, DVES, kc.-Trade Is very quiet, snd we have
only to notice sales c-f 3 e-aecs Opium at $4 121? in bond
and $0 G2'i duly pa'd. both gold; Oil Boigamot, $6 50;
100 do Castor Oil. $2 G5 to $2 70; 20 bbls Refined Cam
phor, $120; 1100 Iba common powdering Rhubarb, $4
to $4 25; Quinine, $2 40 to $2 6?J; 16 coroona Honduras
. Cochin eui, 95c, gold; 6 caaka Cream Tarta-, 30, gold; 800
kegs ttl-Carb Soda, 6.'i, gold; 16 tons Caustic Boda, GT?,
gold; 60 do Bal Soda, 2,4,, gold; 160 caaka Bleaching
Jfowder 6',', gold; 60 tons boda Ash, 3 to 3J?*, gold; 6
casks Umlic Acid, 31 to 3l'?. gold; 178 bags Juniper
Berries, Vi; 20 case? Spanlah Solid Licorice Pasto. 38;
Seneka Root, 85, nominal; 60 bbls Foreign Coperas, 2y :
0000 los English Blue Vitriol. 11; OU Vltrfol. 4; 1000
boxes Extract Ixigwood.ll; 100 bbls Irish Moss, 6; 60
bales Cut. li, 14, cash.
HIDE-S-Trade is limited, but (rices aro firm. The
?aloa include 1000 Montevideo at 17c, and, within a day
or two, 4000 Buenos Ayroa at 14>4'c, both gold.
HAT.-There is a good demand.
LAI us-We ? otlce eales of Eastern at $4 per M, show
ing a steady market
LIME-Has been fairly active, $1 60 for Common Rock
land and $2 for Lump, tales 2,600 bbls.
LUMUKU-Has beon lower and more active. Large
sales of Eastern Spruce at l8 to $22 per M.
MOLASSES-Active at full prices. Bales 325 hhds
Port ?Rico at 68o to 75c; 60 hhds Cuba Muscovado at
50o to 60.
1 NAVAL STORES.-The market waa less aotlva, but the
advance In Spirits Turpentine and Rosin well support
ed; Spirits Turpentine 91c to 93c; Common Uoain $3 60;
1 Tar, $2 25 to $3 for Ne A beru and Wilmington.
OILS.-Linseed OU ia firm and in demand at $143
tJ $1 45.
Pr.Tiioi.EiTM -The market was firm but quiet, at 2fi'ic
to 27c for Crude; 41 J-,e .o 43c for Refined, in bond; 6?o
(o 60c for Refined, free.
SALT -W? notice sales of invoices, Including Ash
i ton's, at $2 76, gold; Worthington'?, $3 76, currency,
l por bag; Turk's Island, -15 J per bushel.
'? llics.-Quiet and firm at 0c to ll.'ic for Rangoon,
i SUOAUB.-There Is a very firm market and an upward
" tendency, but only a moderato business to day. Sales
I 600 hhds and 620 boxes; particulars not transpired.
SKKD-The season i* over for Grass Seeds, and they
I aro nearly nominal at 9c to Ile por lb for clover, and
i $5 75 to $6 per bushel for Timothy. Rou Jh Flax bring?
t $2 70 to $2 76. Tho last sale of Calcutta Linseed wai
t %i 57 >i. gold.
i BTEAP.iNK-IB wanted, and brings 18c to 20c per lb.
- T.TAXLOW-Wss In good demand and firm. 8alea 160,00C
t lbs at 11'?'o to 11 f?o.
?, FBXIOHTS-Dull, but rather more inquiry for room.
. To Liverpool, 14,000 bushels Corn at 3 ?id. and 60 balee
i Cotton, per steamer, at yd. To London, 100 tons Oil
. Cako at 16s.
1 Foreign Commercial Intelligence.
THE LOMXtN HOMET HARKET.
B The funds continue sensitive, but without materia
o fluctuation in commercial and financial air?les. Thi
. discount demand Is moderate. The bank rate romaine
i. at 6 V cent.
Satterthwalte's circular, dated the evening of the 26tl
April, says American securities during the week hav<
J>cen mainly influenced by conflicting rumors touching
tbe political affairs ot the Continent. The course o
buriness baa been considerable. There have been saisi
on Qorman account, which have been met by orders foi
purchases for shipment to New York. At the olosi
if there seemed to be a renewod demand for all dencrlp
ttooB, flve-twontlos closing at 70y@10y ; Illinois Cen
0 tral 80@80>i; Erl?s, on large forced saies, were sole!
if down to 61 J?, but reacted,'closing firm st lily.
LONDON, April 20.-Consols closed at 87?87'.' f.i
? Tho market Is firmer. United States five-twenties
d loy to my ; Illinois Central Baiiroad, 80 to boy ; Erii
'? LONDON, April 27.-Consols closed at 6CJ, to 87 foi
, mousy. "''
*? The weekly return of the Bank of England shows i
17 decrease in bullion of ?31.000.
United States five-twenties, 70 to 70y ; Illinois Centra
Railroad, 80 to 80>, ; Erlo Railroad, 62y to 52'?'.
THE LIVERPOOL COTTON HARKET.
n Livnni-ooi, April 20.-lho Cotton market open?
r, i buoyant, with an advance of yd to Id per lb, but olosei
>, heavy, with the improvement partly lost. The seien fo
l- lour .lii>8 vero 66,000 bales, Including 18,000 tales fo
id speculators and exporters.
10 TRADE REFOIlT.
3f The Manchester market bas been firm with an upwar
I. tendency, but closes less firm.
Ii MVKIirOOI., TII1KADSTUFF8 HARKET.
*' The brcsdsluffs market has been quiet and stead?,
Flour qulot and nominal. Wheat quiet and steady. Cor.
* steady; mixed 38s 9d to 29s.
)k LIVERPOOL PROVISION HARKET.
'?' Tho provision markot Is dull. Pork dull. Bacon easle
Ll" Lard dull; no eales. Tallow inactive. Butter dull.
j^ LIVERPOOL PRODUCE HARKET.
at Ashes du'I} sales small at 32s Od to 37s fd for pots an
?u pearls. Sugar ?toady. Ooffoe quiet and steady. Ric
qniot and steady. Linseed oil cull at 43s. Rosin stead
>d at 8s Cd for common American. 8plrits turpontluo quit
Id and steady. Petroleum huctlvo, but firm.
?* LONDON MARKETS.
s- Hreadflluffs qulst and steady, fragar Arm and quie
tie Correo quiet. Tea ??toady. Rico steady. Tallow quii
le and steady.
ay THE LATEST HARKET;*.
ig LIVERPOOL, Apnl 37.-COTTOM. -?The sales of it
its week wore 96,000 bal?-.?, incfodlng lO.tVO balea to spool
he latore, and 34,600 bales to expor era The mark
?t' opened firmer, with an advance of lyd per pound c
Is American, whlob was ptvtiuliv tat, closing a? an a.
.y, v.noei < u the we?k vi '.'.,. I i?. ! l'Oit pound on fair so
>?? middling quallUos. U<e 'mien to-ilay- (Fildav? ,wei
7000 baler, tbo market closing quiot and easier. Tho
authorized quotations uro:
Uplands.l8 Xd. 15*<d.
JJiiEAUBTOPFB.-Tho market Is Inactivo and nominally
PnovirioNs.-The market is dull.
Comlgneu per Hnntti Cumllna liBllruntl
69 bale? Colton, 10 balos Yarn. 1C bbls Spirit? Turpen
tine, 0 cars Lumber, 6 care Old Iron, and Sundri??. To
Wi'lln A Chisolm, M Goldsmith k Son, liuutli-ii?, Wag
en er k Bro. J Kinloy, KI in ck 4 Wickenborg, Q W Wil
UIIIM & Co, Mautouo A Co, P Fogarty & Co, Ronncker <**
Olover, G H Waltor k Co, W S l?onery, Whittemore,
Won k Co, W O Roo k Co. Gaillard k Mlnott, E Welling,
W O Dukes k Co, Y Brnllsford. G 8 Ilackor, Ebaugh k
Mullonee, B H Barden, T"ft& nowland.
Consignees per rVortUcastcrn Ilallroatl,
12 bales Cotton, 180 bbl?* Naval Stores, bale? Wool, car
Lumber, lildzo, ?io.. To Wurdlaw & Carew, G E Prltuh
ctt, C L Ou.Heaume, Screvon k Nesbit. W li Ryan, Ohls
olio Uros, J M Caldwell & Son, Porcher & Henry, E B
Itodgers ti Co, E Frost, U A k J F Eary, Mowry k Co,
Adams, Frost k Co, Dillina St C.\ Stylos k Curler, Gail
lard k Mlnott, B H uardon, S L Howard.
Per steamer Tonillo, frcm Savannah, via Beaufort,
A J Smith and lady, C W Sander:?, F Stoncoeyer, O W
Punter, M L Forbes, Mrs M Babb. 3 A Fleming, 3 F
Trible, J W Holly. T Roach. -I H Castle, A B:?ku, W D
McMll au. Miss Maybank, W Miller, Mrs Lawton and
chi d, W T Eason, A H Abra?i B, lady and son, Mrs Al
bany, Miss Al crty. T Ohifforfiold, J Cott land, Mrs A M
Rico, H E Al void, C U Ureuuemau, lady and daughter,
F L Meal, M V Clough. Chas N Bellows, L Hall, J O
Alexander, W Evans, S N Latz, J O Hey ward, J L Beovo?,
A A Kerr, and 7 in ?toerago.
Per ?tcamor Pilot Boy, from Georgetown, S O
Miss J Alston, Ules D Abit?n, Miss E lilakely, Mr? Mid
dleton, MIHH Davis, Bishop Davis, Misa Jones, Miss M
Jervey, Miss AStonoy, J B A luton, U A DoLettro. L D
Barret, Rev L O Lance, P W Fraser, F Woslln, Rev A
Glennie aud lady, T H Holmes, J L Matheson, T McFeo
ly, Mrs Matheson and 2 children, and 20 In steorago.
rn_A8E.fi or ins Hoon,
r.aat Q. 7th, 4h. 22m. oven I First Q. 21st, th. 88m. morn
New M. lith, 9n. S8in. morn| run M. 29th, 7h. 68m. morn
maxs. 1 siTf.
POUT OK OIlAllliKSTO?.
Arrived Yesterday. IMAT 9
French bark AngeGuardione, Bijou, Havana-sailed
April 21. Sugar. To J A Enslow k Co. Bound to Belle
lato f'ir Orders, and having Borung aleak in heavy
weather, has put Into this port for roualrs.
Sehr Clara, Barrett, Philadelphia? 7 days. Md/.e. To
TBkTO Budd, A Tobias' ?on?, H Uerdts & Co, P O
Kerrigan, W Marscher, O Lillienthal, Bollmann Bros, P
Fogarty k Co, J Cosgrove, J E Adger k Co, J B Duval k
Sou, E R Cowparthwait, Cohen, Hauekel k Co, B O'Neill,
J King k Co, Grae?cr A: Smith, Capt T B Ellison, M F
Churchill, U F Bakor & Co, Rev W B Yates, Cameron,
Barkley k Co, Pratt k Wilson Bros, J H k D Muller, J
Russoll, Hunt Bros, B S Rhott k Son, L Chapin, H E
Dotierer, J Walker, 8blolds k CommiuB, H F Strohecker,
O H Walter A: Son, Smith A: Tower, T M Cater, Kroog le
Koldoway, R'-R Agent, N E R B Co, U Klatte k Co, J H
VollerH. Wharton A: Petsch, W Roach, M David, W H
iuiBterby, J M Eason ?t Bro, T Bonnell,
Sehr tvorglade, Wrann. Bonton, 12 days. Machinery
and Mdze. To Whito & Paine, D H 81lcox, N G Parker
& Co, G W 8teffonB At Co, E It Cowperthwait, Willis At
Chisolm, Mackey A: Baker, L F Eocster, Adams, Damon
A Co, Ellnck, Wick?mberg & Co, E B Stoddard A: Co, O
Gravoli-y, J E Adgor k Co, W H Easterby, and Order.
8chr Golden Gate. Frisbee, Norfolk, Va, 5 days. Oats
and Corn. To I E Hertz le Co.
Steamer Emilie, Beaufort, Savannah, via Beaufort, Ac.
Milze. 1 o H L P Mccormick, Southern Express Co,
Gourdin, Matthlcsson & Co, and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Georgetown, S C. 10
tierces Rico, 2 bales Cotton, and Sundries. To Fergu
son & Hot non, J A: F Dawson, Shackclford k Fraser, S
P Ellis, Mrs Ward, King & Cassldey, 3 F O'Neill k Son.
A Gago & Co, A L Ellin.
Hteamor DeKalb, Slawaon. Santeo. 283 bales Cotton
and Sundries. To Motto A Pringle, H L P Mccormick,
E H Rodgor? ft Co, W O Dnko* k Co, G II Ingrnham, W
W Smith, Will's k Chisolm, Caldwell k Sou?, Kirkpa
trick ft Co, G H Walter ft Co, H Jager, Ropor ft Stoney,
L Bunch ft 8on, O Boeder, Hun J Townsend, Dr D J
Townsond, 3 A Smythe. ,
' Br brig Lone Star, Kennedy, Liverpool, - day a. Coat
To R Muro ft Co, and Order.
Cleared Yesterday. (MAY 0
Behr J B Clayton, Clayton, Philadelphia-H F Baker ft
Went to Sea Yesterday. [MAY 0
Brig Trenton, Sawyer, Boston.
Behr Enchantress, Blatchford, Havre.
t-chr Adeline Townsond. Townsend, Boston.
8chr Vesta, Marshall, Baltimore.
From thla Ports
Steamship Monoka, Marshman, New York, May 6.
Steamship Gen Cutter, Harris, Baltimore, May C.
rp for Hil? Port.
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nicholas, at New York, May 7.
H??GER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
I'll AUI.V.STON, S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS *
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ac.
April S. _' '_
WM. H. GILLILAND,
SASH, BUND AND DOOR MAKER
USTo. ?1 Jane-street,
j,rRy H tutbsOnio
MINNISS & CONDON;
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBERS
Ko. 4 STATE-STREET,
OHARLB8TON, S. O.
JOHBINU A'lTilND&O IO ?V? SUOBTaWT NOTIO?
.VBttA i : .?..?. .??uvaam??
LADIES' FANCY SILK, LACE AND ILLUSION
LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND ALEXANDRIA HAT8,
< AND LEG BORN BRAIDS.
Also, a choice assortment of ST. ETIENNE and BART is
RIBBONS, Nos. 4 to 100,. in tho LATfcivr RAUIR
STYLES. A full aasnrtmeiDt of ENOLIbll CORR KDOM
PLAIN BONNET RIBBONS, In all tho desirable shades;
?ind to which the attention of customers is invited.
April 10_Imp NO. ?33 KINO BTREKT
IBS. S. J. CtMnET?T"
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLINERY WOODS,
NO. 363 KINQ'ST., OPP. HA8EL, CHARLESTON, 8. a
Country orders ulled with neatness and dispatch.
NEW DRESS GOODS,
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
Mays _ lmof
108 IN. BOBINET LACE
ti IHR TI NdH, best branda
8HEETINQ8, all wldtbB
BLEACHED LINEN DRILLS
BBOWN St PLAID LINEN DRILLS
CLOTHS, OASSIMERE, &o.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sta.
8-4 BLACK GRENADINE
8-4 BLACK CRAPE MARETZ, for Shawls.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 lmo
lillAllLESTON DRUG ?Dill.
KOIl.tllCULY OB* No. ?O II A YNK-STUKKir,
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORE?
A FTJLL SUPPLY OP
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOB.
DRAKE'S PLAHTATION BITTERS
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP,
AND AT.T. TITK ytwT.TATiT.F. PATENT MEDICINES O?
THE DAY. f
JOSEPH A. MORGAN?
No. 153 MEETING-ST..
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BANK,
IN?ORFORATBD UNDER "THE COMP/V
NIKS* ACT, 1808."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ??1,800.000?
IN 00,000 SHAKES OF ?80 EACH.
First Isiuo, 80,000 Shares, and the romalndsr to be la>>
anod a? may boroqulred, under the sanction ol ? Gen
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANKr
Having opened Offices at Na 63 WALL STREET, NEW
YORK, li prrpared to sell Bllm of Exchange on tho
KNQCISH AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Loa
don, and on the UNION BANK OP LONDON; to buy
Bills of Exchange, and?to Issue Commercial and Travel?
ora' Credits, avallablo In all parts of the world. Oom?
morotai Credits Issued for use In the
EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BH
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OJ?
Further partlonlars may bo ascertained on application!
at the Office, No. C3 Wall street.
WILLIAM WOOD, Manager.
GEO. BUBOUALL WATTS, Assistant Manager.
April 3 amos
mHE SUBSCRIBER DESIRE8 TO RETURN HM
JL thanks to Lia old friends and patrona for past fe
Tors, and Inform thom that he has commenced aRain tho
above business, with UPHOLSTuRINQ and JOB OAK
PENTERINO. Furniture repaired with neatness and
dispatch, and Old Furniture bo.ight end sold.
I would rospeotfuUy refer to the following genUesom
for capacity and reliability : D. H. 8ILCOX and B. B.
Ordera left at the atora of MoRAY * CAMP******
Anetlon House, Hasel street, next to the Po*t2^oe;lw111
meet with prompt attention. 3, ?J. L?KosOUii?
April U *?.<?