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The Daily lS~ews.
TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 15, 1866.
A Bavarian Israelite, writing to tlio Israelites
Indeed, haa a statomont upon tho procesa of the
restoration of tho Jewa to Palestine, which is
worthy of noto. Ho aaya :
"Tho ro-gathcring of the Jowe isnow bogiuniog
to take placo. Not only mauy singlo families oml
grate to PaloBtiue, but Ihero havo boon formed a
number of societies in ?luioat every land on this
continent, to proparo an (.migration ou a larg?
acalo, provided with all possible means, money,
impk-racnls, and toola of every kimi, to commenuo
the cultivation of tho long desolated land at once,
and with tho utmost vigor. Tbcro aro mon of
com-idcrablo wealth amoug thom, and not one
without BOU*o nioaiiB, enough at luast to defray
the expenses of tlio jonrnoy, and to purchatso a
plot if ground, lam happy to-state that Iain
ono of tho lending mon.bora of a ?ocioty forming
hore iu Bavaria, which numbers already over nine
hundred heads of families, besides a number ol'
young pooplo who would not form au alliauco with
the other Hex, until Bett tod in tho Holy Laud, upon
tho soil of their rightful heritage." Ho also adds:
"Tho Gentiles hereabout-that in, tho potty.Ger
mat\' Protestant Kingdoms and principalities-aro
even moro astir about Palestino than tho JOHS."
WHO FinsT SISTTLI- MARYLAND ?-Tho Ohuroh
Boview for April has au article of considerable j
longth to prove that Maryland waa neither Irish ,
nor-Roman Oatboli'i in its first Hot Mum ont. Tho
earliest Bottlers in Kent comity wore of tho Church
of England. The second company at St. Mary's
in 1G24, were all English, and only a ?-.mull part ot
thom Roman Catholics. By 1642 thore wero throe '
EIIL'I?MI* churches, and'only ono Romish chapul.
In Ingle's rebellion in 1615, almost all too Roman
ists were driven out of St. Mary's. In 1G48 a
Protestant was made liouteuant-governoi*, and ?in
1G49 ho iul reduced live hundred fresh colon ia tu,
of whom cno hundred were Puritans, and tho rest
wero or the Couroh of England. By 1GG4 there
were ton couutiea formed, five on tho eastern and
?ve on the western ehoro, and only two out of the
ten had any Roman Catholic population, and these
two woro only Romish in part. .
Tims tho Protestants wero always a majority in
tho polony. Audit appears by the original char
ter' given to Lord Baltimore by King diarios I.,
that so far from his receiving any power which he
could use against the ohnroh, it was expressly
provided "that all churches, ohapeU and orato
ries bo dedicated and consecrated according to
tho eooloelaetiual law of the kingdom of England." |
VOLCANIC ISLANDS.-An essay on tho now vol
canic inland iu the Grecian Archipelago is given |
in a Fronch scientific journal, from which it ap
peats that the group of islands of whioh this is
one has been subject to oarthquakoB and volcanic
eruptions sines the beginning of the Christian
era. ; Tho latest serious eruption took place about
one-hundred and fifty five years ago, and did con
siderable damage. Tho present ono was predicted
yeard ago by You Buoh and other geologists.
TOE "LITTLE-GO." -The result of the recent
"Littlo-Go" at Cambrldj*o was that out of about
three hundred and fifty men, one hundred and
sixty and upwards were either "scratched" or
"plucked." This proportion, says the Pall Mall
Gazette, is enormous when one considers that iu
the two triposes noue were disapproved for the
mathematical, and only about five for the clasB
ioal. The Greek Testament appears to havo been
a fruitful source of failure.
NOTIIE DAM? or PAIIIS.-Tho restoration of the
Church of Notre Darno in Paris is rapidly
approaching its termination. All tho stained
glass windows have beon completed, and placed
in the ogive windows; the northern portioo is
finished, as aro the chapels surrounding the nave.
By tlie end of this year the building will once more
appear in its original beauty.
ROUAN REMAINS IN PAIUS-In dicing tho foun
dation of the now Hotel Dieu in Parib, a Roman
wall has boen discovero.l, made of cut stones,
me&suriug from ouo metre to one metre fifty
centimetres in size, r-evoral columns have also
been discovered, one of which is surmouotod by a
oapital of leaves of tho size and dimensions of
those of tbo Roman temple discovered beneath tho
orypj, of Notre Dame.
CONTENTS OF A Cow's 8TOMACH.-A cow died ro
oontly in Hardwick, Mass., from some myBtorions
causo. On ..examination her atpmach was found
to contain 'fifteen iron nails, fourteen pieces of
atone of different sizes, five pieces of glass, a part
of an earthen pitcher, besides a large quautity of
smaller articles, weighing nuarly a pound.
PATENTS AND SEAWNO.-Tho London Quarterly
Review states that the quautity of WAX now re
quired for one year's consumption in England, in
sosling patents for inventions alone, is upwards
of a ton and two hundred weights.
NKITIIEB ONE THINO NOB THE OTHEB.-A now po
litical club is talked of in London. It is to be lib
eraKconaervative, and to take the name of the
Clarendon. Its members propose to fuse the con
flicting political elements.
AMBBicANa AnnoAn.-The number of Americans
visiting Europe is shown by the amount of pass
?iorts issued by the Department of .state to be
argely increasing. Moro havo beon issued in
186G than in any previous year, sometimes as
many as forty in a single day.
P18OATOR?.-Tho value of the fresh fish sold
annually at tho various French seaports is esti
mated at ?1,-100 Oui); but, by the timo it has paid
the octroi and other duties, its cost to the con
sumer is moro than qu idrupled.
GBBMAN EMIOUATION.-Germany, which is not
much larger than Texas and a slice of Louisiana,
has 37,000,000 of inhabitants. Prussia has in lui
Eastern Frovin ?.?.s, 19,*i43,954; in her Western
PrOTince81_5,3ll,79s; Bavaria, 4,813,070; Saxony,
5,343,995; Hanover, 1,748,329; Wurtemberg, 1,943,
772; Baden, 1.42G 218; Electorate of HesHo,7lG 889;
the little Saxon Duchies together, 1,103,530; Bruns
wick, 268,523 ; Oldenberg, 244,457; Nassau, 4G8,
311; Luxemburg, 202,937; Frankfort-on?the-Main,
92,244 ; Grand Duchy nf Hesse, 871,039. In spito of
the steadily increasing emigration since ?840, tho
population has only decreased in the Duchy of
Hesse by 0,27; while in all the other States of tho
Zollverein the population, after tbe census taken
December, 1864, compared with the one previously
taken, haa increased by 3k per cent. And how
thickly are they settled? Tako for instance, Bava
ria, she haa 51,000 habitations, namely: 253 cities,
419 towna, 23 653 villa gea, 26,897 farms, caatles,
mill and isolated land-houses-In average, 231
persons to every English square mile.
That a part of this crowded and crammed
population must look for other hornea and ehel
lorij, ia obvious. But the political affaira of Ger
many add large numbers to those hordea of emi
grants. The Gormans in Bohemia have latolv
been most outrageously insulted ana persecuted
by the native Czech?. National hatred and jea
lousy roao to such a height that largo maasos of
troops have boen diepatched into Bohemia, in
order to restore aeourity and tranquillity. The
Germans ?renew oigani-og into eocioties, and
large, wealthy and industrious numbera will Btart
for the home of tho oprossed and persecuted.
Correspondence Oiuovmati Commercial,
TUE MILLENNIUM-A litorary curiosity has just
appeared in Loudon under the title of "Louis Na
?oleon the destined Monarch of tho World," Se.,
y the Rev. M. Baxter, author of "The Coming
Battle" It is ?aid that twelve thousand copies
have been sold, the book finding readers, notwith
standing its apparent absurdity, on account of the
noteworthy namos u-iod by tho author as audiori
tios. Wo ara indebted to Mr. Baxter for the
choefful news that ths world is to ond in 1873-so
that people may sot about their preparations for
that event as soon an thoy like; bat during the
? ?y '"terva' of six or seven years the Emperor
of the French is to become sole monarch of tho
world, personally representing the Antichrist of
the latter day. He is to bocomo supreme over
England and most of Amorica, the rest of Chris
tendom submitting to his away. He is to make a
covenant with the Jews, who by his aid are to re
turn to Palestine, resume their rank as a nation
and rebuild Jerusalem. Napoleon is then to be
gin and carry on tho porsooution of Christians
which answers to the pouring out of the vials.
??Two years and six wooka" after the dato of the
covenant with tho Jewa, "the ascension of the one
hundred and forty-four thousand wise virgins'' is
expected to occur. The Jew? are to be favored
only for seven year? and two and'a halt months,
and thon the ?great battle of Armagedd n is to
take place, In whioh Louis Napoleon (tho "nreat
beast") is to be defeated 'and slain. Thia is a
revolatfon moro startling than any of Dr. Cum
SL-AUTAMBUBO.-Tho Carolina Spartan gays:
We have been for a few days without tho "bayo
nets/.' but Tuesday evening Captain K. K. Raid
arrived with a garrison for this place, numbering,
we understand, ?boot twenty ?fire.
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LIVERPOOL-Fr Br bark Eureka-31 bales 8 I anti
174* bnles Upland C- tton, 432 bbls Rosin.
NEW YOKE-Per sehr LUl.v-184 bales Upland and 41
hales S I Cotton. Bi bbls ?pirlta Turpentine. 811
raees Hats, 48 boxeB Blueing, 10 boxes Wine, 4 bbdi
Olassware. 3 packages Furniture, ??808 White Oat
Staves. 323 Ale Barrels 00 bbls Hour Ale, 10 tena Old
Machinery, 0 caaos Sumirle?, l8 hbds and bbls Old
Tbe Charleston Cotton ."in..-Uri.
Owing to tho recoipt < f telegrams reporting tb? Liver
pool market to tho 3d instant, and which quoted Mid
dling Upland at 14d nominal, the market hero waa
brought to a Btand, and we wero inlonnod of ouly one
trauaactlou during tbe day, a sale of 160 bales, at about
30o per lb, i ho operation indicating a docliuo of about le
por lb from Saturday's pricos.
MOBILE, May 10.-COTTON-Tho demand Las been
only moderato to-day, and liujiug conilned to t*o part
tie*. Kvun rum iug .Middlings and above were difllcui
lo buy, except .it outsldo rates, ami even at tbeso figures
wura gouerally unwilling sellers. The lower graues,
howuvor, woro abundant au?! cheaper. 43t< bales chaug
od hands, the market otusleg quiet at 31 to 32 c.
MONKTIBV AND FINANCIAL-The limited en-ply <>f
both Foreign ami DoinusUo Exchange has caused inoro
flruincss, and ratber higher rates than ye-teulay. Homo
trauBsctio a ?Aere made at Vi, nut holder? wero general
ly astli g .?4 to )i premium. N ? ?hurt slgitt offering.
Oold is ?.caroo, and coi.tinuoa to advanco firadnally.
Tbo goueral quotation of tho market Is from 128?i to
129>B, but s ?nie holders were asking 130.
A 1 Sterling Bills command 13li to 138, whilo interior
credits cannot *>c negotiated at all.
Now Orloana eight par.
IV?tv Orleans Alarlcet.
NEW ORLEANS, May ?-BOTTOM.-We noUoed, in
onx last report, that, uuder the depressing influence of
the foreign news, not only had the ln.proven.ont realiz
oil on Monday been lnat, but the ?lay's bnslneas bad
been even more favorable to buyers than .saturday"a
quotations. This morning the market opened with a
better supply on sale, and an evident disposition on tbe
patt of factors to meet the demand moro freoly ; and as
th^re waa a good inquiry at lower prices, the business
summed up 2000 bales taken by the brokers at a further
dociluo of fully lo per lb. We aecordlngly quote ordi
nary at 20 to ne, good ordinary at ??9 to 30c, low mid
dling at 31 to 92o, and middling at - t<> Silo.
BTATXK-ENT Oa* COTTON.
?Stock on hand Sept 1st, 1866.bales.. 88,930
Hocoivel to-day. 47/
Cleared to-day for Baltimore.-. 60
Stock on hand.168,766
BUOAB AND MOLASSES.-There have not boen any re
ceipts from the coa?t. since yesterday. The markot la
wed supplied, however, with both the foreign and ?lo
mo-tio prodiioiloiis, but there ia very little ?iemi.ua.
Thore have been some importa from Cuba, for the par
ticulars oi,which we refer to our marino intelligence.
The solus today Comprised 10 linds prime Louisiana
at 15>??. ; 7 do at 16 vii-, and 60 yellow clarified at 16X to
10b per lb. A email retail business is doing at 7o to 9c
for t ferlor Louisiana, 10c to 13o for common to good
common; 13.??o to 14>?o for fair to fully fair; 16o to 16,',c
tor prim ; l?jfo to 16o per lb for chotee. Cuba Sugar is
retailing at 12>.o to 12??c for No '2; lSJfo to Ho for No
14; and 16c for No 16. There is no movement in Mo
lasses. Cuba is quoted nominally ut 46o to 48c per gil
lon at n tall, and 42? to 46c by tbe cargo. The last talcs
of Louisiana wero st 46c to 60o per gallon,
WESTEHN PnonnoB ANO I'HOVIBIONH -The supplies
of Corn aie very large, but those of other Westorn pro
duc?a aro ornad A further reduction of 6o per bushel
in the pi ice of Corn induces buyers to come forwusS
and operate freely, . hilu the movement lo other articles
of produce, especially Flour sod Provisions, was re
stricted by small stocks. Full particulars of tho condi
tion of our market, and the transactions in the various
artlolen that have transpired to-day, are given in dutsil
In' tbe Iohowiug remarks: >
FLOUII-Superfino and the'higher grades are scarce
aud very much lu request, and p-loe? are still ruling
with an upward tondoncy. Owing to insufflcieut sup
plies, (he a iles today wore confined to 18/0 bbl?, of
which 160 One at $7 GO; 100 on lu m o rita at #8 76; 100
superfino at $'J 25; 160 at $9 6U; 60U low extra at $9 65;
100 fair extra at $11110; 60. 62, 60, 100 and 100 good ex
tra at $12 50 per bbl. An activo Jobbing trade is dolug
at $9 60 pur bbl for superfine.
CORN.-The supplies aro vory !ar?o, and Btlll moro
liberal receipts are expected. A further reduction of Co
per bushel having boon submitted to buyers woro in
ouced to come forward and operate freely, and the sales
embrac' d 17,000 sacks, of which 1273 mixed, yellow and
white, 4000 yellow mixed, 932 and 640 white and yellow,
687 and 476 mlxod, ?OuO yellow, 480 mixed, and c2 o
?hl?-, willie in ned and yellow, au at Hoc per bushel.
600 yellow and 1500 mixed at R7'ic, 375 yellow, 300
white 175, 800 and 200u white at 0? o per bushol.
BRAN.-The supply and demandare both moderate,
and the sales to-day aro confinad to 11)00 saoks. In lots,
at $1 25 per ino lbs.
OATS-Are in moderate supply, bnt not much in do
mond, and the sales to-day are confined to 1000 sacks,'
of which 200 light at 6ic, aud 100, 300 and 300 at 66o por
HAY.-The market is well supplied, but thcro does
not appear to bt> much demand; prime Western is sell
ing In Kenall lots at ?WO, and round lots are quoted at -
to $24 per ton. A boat load of 1'iOO bales sold on pr?
Pong -Yosterday evening, not previously reportod,
200 bbls mess sold at $31 60, and 178 prime meBs at
$28 50 per bbl. 1 o-d ?y tho market was much firmer,
and 60 and 100 bbls mess sold at $32 per bbl. Towards
toe close 600 i bis mess sold at $32. Tho stock is small
There is a good demand; $31 76 per bbl was refus? d for
a lot of 60u bbls mess. Mess is retailing freely at $32 to
to $32 60 per bbl.
STAR CANDLES -A lot of 600 box's 14 ounces sold at
21c per lb. Tb*?re is a f <tr stock on h ?mi. and a fair job
bing demand at l'Jo per lb for 12 ouuee, 21o for 14 ounce,
and 2Sc per lb for 16 ounco.
LARD-Is lu light supply and in good demand, and a
still further a Ivanco of Ha per lb has lu on realized, u
lot of JOS tierces having told st 22c per lb. It is retail
ing at 23c in tierces and 24c in kegs.
UACON- Ia lu light supply aud in good retail demand
at 14',c per lb; .Shoulders, 17c to 17'jc for Ribbed Sides,
and JH.'i?: to 19c per lb lor Clear sides.
(iiiKKN MEATS -Tbero is very little on linn 1. A g> ?1
retail demand prevails at 12 'jo per lb for Shoulders, ?*,0
to 14c for llama, ami H Vio fur Sides
HALT* atora*.-We bave nut any round sales to ropirt,
but tuere Is a fair rotall deniaud at 17o per Jb. Iron cot
ton ties command 12c per lb.
INDIA IUOOINU -The stock is very light, and prices
have advan ed rapidly. Thore was an active demand
ti day, and sales to dealers of 225 bales, of which 45 and
70 bales at <8c per yard;-a bales in rolls at 28 Vic; 6u
bales blanket bagging at28c, and 10 bales do at Sic per
yard. ' Subsequently 29c was offered and refused, and
30c asked. Bealora are supplying the demand for the
country at 27>i to 28o pet* yard in rolls, and 29 to 80o in
BUTTER AND CHEESE_Choice Western Butter is
Beare.? and In request. Common and Western is p'enty
and duli. Cheeso Is in fair snpuly and domand. North
ern Butter Is selling at 40 to 70c; Western 81 to 42o.
Cheese 2Jo por lb; English Hairy 27o.
HALT -Beelera a?-e supplying the demand for the inte
rior at $1 80 ta $1 09 per sack for Liverpool coarse, and
$190 to $2 for fide. There have been imports ,r?.m
i-lverpo .! of 13 073 atoka.
SoNDniKS.-Potatoes are selling at $2 to 8; Onions,
$2 co 2 60; Applea and Bean?, 96 to 8 per bbl; Eggs;
$21 to 22 per bul; Sonrkrout, $10 to $18 per bbl; Chick
ens, $9 to 10 r or dozon ; Goose f li, and Turkeys $45 par
COFFER -We noto a good retail demand and fuller
prices. Ordinary to prime Rio is Belling at25 to 28o per
lb, currency. A lot of 60 bags skimmings sold at 25j,o
por lb. . ; ;
FHE.O.?.T8.-A bark -was taken up for St: Petersburg, a
day or two since, at \a tot Cotton, and a ve?sel la load
ing for Bremen at 60s for Tobacco and l^o for Cotton.
Thoro aro no Bailing vessels on the berth for New York
and Boston, and thereto? ate merely u,?rainal. They
have tiken Cotton for tho above ports at $2 per bale,
and 20c per bbl for Flour. Steamers on tho berth tor
New York are taking Cotton at Via per lb, Tobacco at
$5 to 6 per bhd, and Flour at 60o per bbl. The rates
for Liverpool aro 9-16dto *.rt por lb fur Cotton by ault,
and Ji to 'id by steam, and 1,'io by Ball for HaVre.
flin m phi ? Allis-Ret.
MEMPHIS, May, 10.-"folders and buyers wero too
far apart to do any largo amount of business, and the
amount of sales was evon smaller than on the dar be
fore. The markot closed with a somewhat stronger
feeling, as New York quotations ehowed a shade of im
prove lient. Besides again reporting Middlings eoarco,
thoy said : "Cold T.,)i; Coton in moderate dornend,
pricet? firm at M to 85o.'1 The sim pie fact of the disap
pearance of the parrot-like "dull and nominal" had a
reviving influence. The salea reported to na aro too
trivial for detailed mention; it embraced Low Middling
at 27o, and some at 28o; Mid Ung at 28@29o. and Strict
Middling at 30a. We append tho following aa the rate of
quotations indicated In the market, but lints of Middling
cannot bo had under 34to. y
BALTIMORE, May 11.-Cor-rsB-Is doll for commun
Rio, which ciraprisc* the bulk Of stock no?- in iirst
hands; prime is held firm; no sales ?sunny of re
mark-quote prime Rio i0>? to 23>i o. ; Lagnayra 21 c -,
Java 27 o. gold.
OeTTOM-Bocelpta light, and though the market la not
active holders firm, and for low mludllng, which la the
highest supply, bettor prlco? aro asked. We quote as
Ordinary.per lb 00 to 26 c 97o.
Good ordinary.00 to21c. 80o.
Lov middling.,.,,Slto31c. 8<*a
aood middling......OOtoMc. . ?>7c
.< ? .' i i Dw a
Fw>un-Tho insp'-otlcus for tho week provo largor
than was anticipated, lint tho most of that under tlio
hoad of Ohio la ci mpoaed of Northwi stern receipts;
good winter whoat brunis of Howard-rtrrot ami Ohio
are near?-. AU descriptions are hold firm at tho ad
vanced prices, bat thora waa ".sa disposition tn-day to
buy. We bave only to report sales of 100 bbls Wontoin
cut Extra at $10, and 100 bbls Northwestern Extra, ordi
nary brands, at $11. Wo repeat quotation., as follow? :
Howard-street Hupor and cut Extra $10 25_)iO CO ; do
Extra shipping $11 D0<c312, do high grades $12'S)13, do
EarnHy $14@15; Ohio Super and cut Extra $10(910 25,
do Extra ehlpp-ng $ll(?.l?j, do rotsillng $11 r,n("H2 50, ?lo
Family $11 WfiBli 60; Northwestern BnpflC $9 T5M1?; ?lo
Extra $10 7G<i? 11 60; t'ify Mills Super $9 75(?'1<>. do ship
plug brands Extra $13-1860. do ?tandan* Extra $ll@
12, do high grados retailing $14 60; Baltimore, Welch's
and Orecnll.-l.l Family $16 60*** bbl. llyo Flour, new,
$? 25(36 75 **?. bbl. Corn .Meal-City Mills and Brandy
wino $4 25?4 3ly fi bbl.
The following aro tho inspections of Flour aud M?-al
In tho city of Ualtlmoro for the week miling May 10,
leco, vir. : Howard-street. 4432 bbls, City Mill.., 0-0 bids
and 00 halt bbl*?; Ohio, 7523 bbl?, and Fsmllv 493 bbls
-total Wheat Flour, 17.G57 bills, ?nd (HI half bbl?. To
gether with 311 bbls Ityo Flour, and 910 bbl* and 30 bau*
bbls Corn Mini.
<?nAiw.-wheat-118 busbols primo Maryland wbite
snd 3628 bushels fair to primo red offered; tho wliltoHold
at S3 20, aud 600 bushels red at $2 00 t?> ?2 85; a cargo
of 25< 0 bushels primo red rem lined over unsold, hi
st $3 por bu-ln-l. I'oru-lfi.Gul/ bushels white, and 5*00
I uvhels jo low received; whit? was active un,I linn,
witu sul??8 of 2100 bimhcls mixed at H3 to 80 c ntH, and
10,o(0 bushels good to primo at 8G to H? couts; a boat
load of t'cuiinylvanla yellow, 4U0Q bindii lu. >? id nt m
conta por bushel. Oats- 1000 bushels off-oil, aud | art
sold nt 6.1 to 68 couts, weight.
Mil- I'KBD.-Wo reporta sale or20- busho's Brown
Stuff ut *- couti, per bunli? 1.
MIILAMKH.-Mark, t lightly snppllrd; nothing doini;
W'-rth? of no tico; prices steady as last quoted.
PROVISIONS -Tho market was again nc-tive, aod price?
further Improved. Wo report sales of 20(1 Ubis Weale?
Mess Pork at $31; 80.000 lbs aides nt lG'fc; 60 lihd
cliar do at 17c; 40,010 lba looso Shoulders at l*i*ic; 60
tes Westirn Lard at 22c, now held at 'J io "J* lb; 80 hbds
bacon in lots, tnc.udlng shouldera at 14yo, and .Idus at
17>ic; Hams aro bold firm at 21@2Jo 'or best cauvased.
at tim oloso Bulk Shoal durs wero hold at 13 l'c, and
SALT-llemalns etoady as last quoted, viz: for Liver
pool Ground Alum $1 75; Marshall a ft Worthington'*
Fino $3 25(5)3 20 ?other brands leas known $2 8.'(a3 lu;
an lu volco of Ashton'?, ouly lot hfire, held in first iianda
al $3 50 per eaok. Turk's Inland lu scarce and llrm at
60o *fl bushel for lots from store.
BOOAJB.-Wo report salas of 100 hbds choleo Demorara
helft "foi CO hhds strictly good Porto Rico at 12 Xc; 70
bbls prime do at lJ??c, and C5 hbds do at ll@I
WHISK??:-IS qutot but firm at $2 26?_>2 27 <f? gallon
for largo and small lota.
New York Market.
The New York Herald of Saturday 12th last, says;
Money continues a drug and large amounts wero of
fered to-day at f ?ur per cent. The general ratea to the
Stock Ki chango la 4 to 6, with a light domand.
Gold, baa boon barely steady. The opening quotation
was 129%, followed by an ad vaneo of y and a decline to
129. The cloning prlco was 129X to ft.
Foreign exchange was rather dull, and tho leading
drawers accepted 109 X for thoir billa on England at
sixty days. Three days' bills were quoted at 110 to *,,
commercial 107 JH* to 109.
NEW YORK, May 11-6 P. M.-ASQES.-Receipts 79
packages. The business continued small, but prices
wero maintained, owing to the light arrivals We quoto
$6 87X for p. t, and $13 26 to $13 60 for pearl.
Bl-ADSTUFPS-Recelpts 8698 bbla. Flour, 1GS0 bags
Corn Meal 6900 bushels Corn, and 14,123 do Oats. The
market for Stato and Western Flour waa without ani
mation, and wltb a limited dernaL J holders wero 1res
sellars at lower prices, the market closing with a con
tinu? l downward tendency, at a reduction of from 2!5o
to 60c per bbl. on all qualities. The sale, were con?ned
to about 7600 bola at the revised quotations auncx-d.
Houtberu flour was dull and lower, with a continued
drooplna inclination at tho close of tho marl et Tim
sales embrace 400 bbla. Canada Flour was inactivo at a
decline of 16c to 20o on all grados. Tho uiar ?tot wa?
very Irregular at tho close. The eales wer? about 3.,n
bbls. It} o Flour was dull and heavy, wltb Balea of 850
bli's at our quotation?. Corn Meal waa ia moderato de
mand at previous prices. The sales embrace 700 bble,
ino-tly Urandy ?lue. We quote:
Suporflne and Western Flour.$7 80? 8 60
Extra *<tate. 8 15(d) 0 10
Choice SUto.9 16(01 9 75
Common to Medium Extra Western. H HIKHHO 00
Extra round hoop Ohio. '.. 40Cz)Ki 00
Wosterii trado brands.10 li .KI 76
Tommon Southern.10 75-11 60
Fancy and extra do......11 Gd-If? 75
Common Canadian. 9 OOCgtlO 00
Good to choice und ostra. 10 05(a)15 85
Rye flour (eupcrnne).G 25_> 7 00
Corn meal, J?rsey.4 1 * fal 4 2*
Corn mo.il. Urandy wine. 4 35_> 4 45
Corn moa!, Brandy win?1, puncheons..22 5Ui_ -
The wheat market waa dull, and prices ruled nominal
and soiuowhat Irregular, closing at a d?chue of So to 5c.
The sales were limited 'to about 12,0- bu.htls, at $3 for
primo wbtto Michigan, $2 10 for Mo. 1 new Milwaukee,
and $2 C8 for whlto Illinois. Corn waa steady, with a
fair demand. The aalo comprlso 76,000 bushels at 77c
to 8 c for unsound and 8Uo to 83o for Bound mixed
Western in store and delivered, nats wero steady and
In moderate demand The sales were mostly at 49o to
61c. lor now Western ; 6SXo to Gio for old do; G3o to Gie
for a.ate; 57o to 68ofor Jersey, andado to 61c for Canada.
Kin was qniot and unchanged. Thesaloa comprise 6000
hu-ela Weatern at 85c. Malt waa dull and heavy.
Barley wa. in moderato reqiiost, but buyers were looking
for lota -st 1 iwor prices, aud the business waa light, as
holders were unwilling to make concession?. The foi
fowlng table shows the amount of flour and grain in
store In Chicago on the 5th inst, compared with tho
amount in atoro on tbo aame day last year : -
Flour, bbla. Ott,'ISO 33,341
Wheat, bushels.1,122,641 789 064
Coro. 624,710 1,618 193
Oats. 702.893 893,925
Rye. 89.882 167,657
Barley. 129,720 184,220
BEESWAX-Was steady but quiet. Wo quote Southern
and Western at 3H.a -l'lc.
COTT'IN.-The market was very Arm and holders wero
gi nerully doniandlug higher prices, though the busl'iess
was mainly if not all?t yesterday's prices. The sales
comprised 1700 oalos. Wo quote :
Upland. Florida. Mobile. ?*v*.0._T.
Ordinary. 28 29 29 30
Low Middling... 32 82 .S3 S3
Middling.34 34 35 35
Good Middling. 3G 36 37 37
1C00 bales of Government cotton were sold at auction
yestorday, under tbo diroctlon of the United States Cot
ton Agent, at the ?allowing prices : New Orleans-4 bales
good middling, at 29'3c; 8 ordinary. 27 yo; 7 low or
dinary, 25o; 207 rebaled (average), 27c. Mobile-17 bales
low middling, at 32c; 51 pood ordinary, 29 "?c; 25 ordl
n ry, 29o; 342 robaled, 29Xo.
COFFBB-Was inactive and almost nominal. No Bales
from Hist hands wero made. A moderate business waa
done In lots from second hands at about previous prices,
comprising 1600 bags Miracalbo at 20X<* to 21 ','c, and
1600 bags Kio at I0>,c to l8'io, gold, duty paid.
FREIGHTS.-There waa no decided change either la
tbe amount of merchandise offering or the rates cur
rent. Cotton waa wanted, and ratea were nominally J.'d
by sall and 3-16'by ?team. Tbe engagements were ; To
Liverpool, 200 balea cotton, priva.e; by steamer, 800
bales cotton at 3 16d, 15,000 bushels corn at 3*4 - To
London, 25J tons oil cako at 15s. To Cadiz, 200 bbla
petroleam at $2 per bbl. The charters comprise ship
Musquash to Liverpool, deals, at 72? 6d.
FnoiTs.-The current price? are mnob the same aa
last quoted. Tbo business has been moderas, and we
bave no special salea to mention. The market Is steady
at the f allowing p'loo ?: Sardines 80o to $2 per box; 34o
to 3?o per half b x; l8.1 io to 19X0 per quarter box; fins,
Smyrna, 18o to '. 2o ,,or lb; raisins, layer, $3 85 per box;
bunch $3 70 do; o irranta new, 13c per lb; citron, Lag
biro, ago to soo. Tnrklah prunes 18Xo to 14Xc; dates
10c to ISc; aim .mds, Languedoc, 23o to 30a; Provence
28o to 29o; Sicily, soft, shell, 26c to 27c; ahellod 44o to
47o; Brazil unta 8c and9o; (alberts, Sicily. 12c to 13c;
walau'S, Bordo ?ux. I2o?to Ho.
HAT was In moderate request at previous rates. Wo
quote; City balo 85c to 90c, and shipping qualities 65o.
MOLASSES.-The salea were light, hut prices were quite
steady. A moderate business was done in lots. Includ
ing 100 hbds Porto Rico, mostly at 70o to 73; 60 hhds
(Juoa Mun ovado at 49c to 51c, and 60 hbds Trinidld at
GOo. Also, by auction, 40 bhds Porto Rico at 63 X to
69,'ic fur months
PnoviaioNs-Rqeelpta 35 bbls. ont meats and 148 plrgs.
lard. Tho pork market was decidedly firmer at the com
mencement, but prices ruled heavy and irregular to
wards tin cloie, new ?leas closing at $31 37 csah The
sales comprise 13,000 bb:s. for Immediate delivery, at
$8113X to $3143 for new meta; $29 60 io $30 for old
do., and $ - to $16 60 far prime. Also OTOO bbls. new
meas for future delivery, including the months Juno
and July, sollers' and buyers' option, chiefly at $30 75
to $31 60. Beef was In good demand at firmer prices.
Tba sales comprise 1000 bbls. at $16 to $21 for new plain
mess and $21 CO to $24 60 for new extra mess. Beef
haaia wero very firm, with eales of about 200 bbls. at
$4 i to $13, whioh li In advance. Bacon wai in moder
ate demand We quota salea of about 300 package?,
mainly at 14*; o. for Cumberland ont. Cut meats were
In ?c Ive demand at fall prices. Tbe sales reaches 1300
packages, st \iy o. to 13X c. for shoulden, and 17X c.
to 10 o. for barns. Lard was nnlet but prices were
without decided change. Tho s.le? wera 900 packages
at 19 o. to 22 X c- Batter waa qutot and heavy. Choose
waa doll and lower. A small business wai done at 10 e.
to 20c. li to quality,
RICK tra? quiet, bnt nominally unchinged. Wo note
salea of 600 bagi Rangoon, in lots, at 9o to 9yo. Ban
goon, In bond, waa quoted. perlOOlbi, $4 to $4 25, gold.
50 tea Carolina realized $12 60 per 10J lbs. 13Xc per
lb wai an outsidep loe for Carolina.
HUOAU.- The market waa evidently a shade easier,
thongh tho business waa very light, and prleoi were
more or less nominal at previous quotation!. We note
?slea of ioo hhda Cub? niuecovaJo, mostly on private
teran, but part at 19X0.
8AM vu held wltb lncnaned Armnea?. 8ev_al car.
goes of Aohton's salt have arrived, bnt they wera sold
previously. The only transact! n rapor'ed wai ll.iOO
bmhels Turk's Island, ox-hark Tilba, at 43o. The mar.
bet was rather quiofc though a moderate buslnosi hu
bo-n dont In small lota fro?- ?toro at the following
prices : Tar k'l Ulan ?J. 60o to 65o ; Liverpool groom?.
11 8'? to$l 90; Asliton's duo, $4, and Worlhlii?tou'rt
do, $3 10 to $3 20.
TOBACCO was very quiet, and, with moro sellers ihar?
buyer?, the niirlut was quito heavy. Tho sal?a con*
pri.-o 40 billin Kentucky al from 0 to 17c. lucludiiig light
common leaf ami heavy seloctlor-s. 115 cises State at
l'J'yc, 73 do Ohio nt 5,'ic, and 21 do Connecticut at 21c.
TIN was not lu very KOO I demand; but holders wore
Urin at previous prices, for Ix-th pig and plates The
sales of the former comprise 300 t-Iubt Straits at 2i'o
Bold, ond KOO do at Mo currenry Wo quote Batica 21 J?;
to 22c, and English 20'., to vo'ic gold. I O. charcoal
plates were hell at $12 75 to 13 26. We quote I. (J. coko
$10 to 12; Terne coko $9 25 to 9 60; and charcoal coks
$n 75 to 12 26, all currency.
TALLOW-Was lu moderate demand, and steady, with
further sal.s of 80,000 lbs, mainly at li?.?Il*,'a
WOOL-Was In moderato deni mil, at a ?out previous
prices. Thosales comprise 250,1100 lim Stato and West
ern fleece at 499640? 80,000 pulled 4G<-<?/>'><.; 80,? 00 Cali
fornl* 21@301-,?*-, lO.iUO Texas ICt-.iJSOo; IOHO bales Metir.?
mostly at ??ef.e2.ie, gold; 60 boles Capo 89#a0o) 20.01.0
lbs ?lo 42c.
WIIISKEV -Receipts COO bb'n. Tho market continuel
dull, with moro sellers t'ian buyers. Trifling sales re
alized $2 20(n>3 27 fur btato and Western, closing heavy
at the Insiri? price.
Consignee* |ics- .*nt,rli ('arnllna Ka I Iron ii,
Muy l-l anti 14.
?GO bales Cot'on, !0 biles M?ize, 4 ears Lumber. Fur
nitur?, sud HuiidruH. To It Arnold. P 1'og.iriy & Co, W
B Heriot ?t Co, Iiollmauu Bros, C K H tig cr, W D?ring,
A F ?lark, O M Avorill k -on, A (lugo k Co, W W gratti.,
0 1' Foppeiihclni, W C Dukes k Co, Adams. Frost ??c Co,
A Cotty ti Co, W I) TVfliiams, ?J <> iliirllinlali', t ampboll
k Milltug, Hunt Uros. B J WIKB a Co, ii Cob a k Cn, a
W Wibi uns k C?, Kiusor ?"i DU', J Fraser Ac Co. H L Jef
fers A: Co. J li Tn lor, K 11 KI < ni ii ?rd k Co. E listos fe
Co, nanam, Tances k Co, J s s> birmer, s u Nunn, J o
Milner k Co, S Il.irt Gilbert A- Hay, Willis k Chisolm,
U A Uop'ov k OO, National Kxiir??-s Co, tiaillnrd Ar Ml
nott J M Caldwell* Hon, C N Fehrenbach, J B r Sloan,
A J full nan, li SiCKbug, O Ii Water k Co. E H Rodgers
A Co. U Beednr, W p DOWUUK, K Wolline. Uonuell k
Drummond, li L P McCormUk, Ci- S Hacker, SS Han
Consignees per IVortlieustern Kui I roa il,
64 balos Cotton, 60 bbls Naval S'oro?, 10 cars Lumber,
car Stock, bbls Flour, Furniture, Mdze, ?fee. To O W
Williams k Co, W O Dennett ft Co, Si-reven <v Nesbit. M
Ouraghty, 3 k J D Kirkpatrick, Dr P Porcivr, Oraeeer k
?mitli. Gaillard k Miuott, J S DIRKS ft Co, B II Barden,
B H Rodgers ft Co, G U Ingrnli un, W K Ryan, Dukes ft
Co, J At Caldwell ft Son. J J Dlake, Z Konzern
P1IABE8 Or TBK MOON.
f*aat O. 7th. 4h. 22m. oren (First Q. 21at, 4h. 38m. morn
Kew 51.14th, On. 38m. morn|mil M. 29th, Th. 58m. morn
HIS KO. I SETS.
20 Sunday.I 4..59
Sets. | 7.. 40
6.. 54 I Morn.
POR'?" OF CIIAIH.B8TOII.
Arrived Yesterday. (MAT 14
Sehr Albert Mison, Terrv, New York, 9 days. Hay,
Corn and Flonr. To H Cobla ft Co.
Sehr S II Cady, Ci o well, Dailt moro, 5 days. Corn, Ac,
T i Street Uro? ft Co, J N Tickleman ft Co, Willis ft Cliis
tilm, n Sanlmin, rennison ft Darker, J A Baslow ft Co,
J 0 Dlohmo, Mordecal ft Co.
Cleared Yeilenlay. [MAT 14
Br bark Eureka, Smith, Liverpool-Marshall,Beach k
8chr Lilly, FranclB. Now York-Wm Roach.
Cleared for tilla Port.
8chr Julia A Rider, Rider, at New York, May 11.
i-Ti ~r~r ~pp
PHELAN BILLIARD ROOMS,
Nos. 125tl37, and139
Corner of Market street,
ARE NOW OPES TO THE PUBLIC. THEY ARE FUR
PHELAN k COLLEGER'S
UNDER THE SUPERINTEDENCE OF
ME. PI. P. BINNS,
LONO CONNECTED WITH MR. PHELAN'S ESTAB
LISHMENT IN NEW YORE.
H. P. BINNS SE CO.,
May 2 Into_PROPRIETORS.
LOUIS D. DESAUSSURE,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND BAUE OF
Cotton? Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE! NO. A3 IlllOAD-HTIlKKT,
OHaUlLESTON, S. O.
March 87_tothsO tnsSmo
WM. H. GILLILAND,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
N0. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
May 1 _tothsSmo
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR MAKER,
ISTo?, 21 Jane-street,
a* jaw -sro?Bc.
May 8 tu tb som o
MINNISS & CONDON.
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBERS,
No. 4 STATE-STREET,
OHABLBSTON, S. O.
JOBRIMO ATTENDED XO AC SHORTEST NOTICE.
rE 6UB30RIBEB DESIRES TO RETURN HIS
thanks to hla old friends and patrons for past ta
rots, and Inform them that he baa commenced again the
above hnnlneaa, with UPUOl.STtlUNO/and JOB OAR
PEN TERINO, Furniture repaired with neatness and
dlapatoh, and Old Fm-nlmro bought and sold.
I nould respectfully refer to the folio ario g gentlemen
for capacity and reliability: D. H. SILCOX and P. R.
Orders left at the atora of UoKAY k CAMPBELL,
Anotlon House, minni street, next to the Poatoffloe, -?ill
meet with prompt attention. "m?? J. XJ. LuNS?imL.
THE GRIFFIN TUI.WKKKhV M TAU.
LOOAN, FITCH k CO., PROPRIETORS,
CIR0UI.ATIOM TH REE THOD0 AN D. AND R APIDL?
Inoreaalng. Published every TUESDAY, THUR8
DAY and SATURDAY MORNINO.
Terme-8? per Annum-$3 for 81? Month?,
Tarma ol Advei-tlalug-1 equare, S month.....tia.?
V r M aguarea, 8 montha..!,?0
.-.?. * ? : liqnara S months.... ....?M
'?i. *""''. .
j ., ? . '. ..... - ' ? i
NEW DRESS GOODS,
JUST RECEIVED .
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 _l~?o
108 IN. ROBINET LACE
billin ING8. best brands
SHEfcTINGS. all widths
BLEACHK? L1NKN DRILLS
BROWN & PLAID LINEN DRILLS
CLOTH**, CA881MERE, Ac.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 In.o
8-4 BLACK ORENADINE
?4 BLACK CRAPE _ARBTZ, for Shawl?.
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest eor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 _lpo
LADIES' FANCY SILK, LACE AND ILLUSION
LADIES' AND MISSES'
AND ALEXANDRIA HATS,
AND LEGHORN BRAIDS.
Also, a choice assortment of ST. ETIENNE and BASLE
RIBBONS. Nos. 4 to 100, In the LATENT PAB18
STYLES. A roll assortment of ENGLISH CORD EDOE
PLAIN BONNET RIBBONS, in all the desirable Bbadcs,
And to which tbe attention of cnilomor? Is invited.
Apr? 19 lmo NO. 425. KINO STREET.
MBS. S. J. COTCHETT,
FASHIONABLE BONNET EMPORIUM
FANCY MILLINERY GOODS,
NO. 263 K.ING-ST., OPP. HABEL. CHARLESTON, S.O.,
Country orders Ulled with neatness and dispatch.
April 3 tutbs 2_o
SPRING AND SDMHBR GGM
THE 8URSCRIBER, HAVING ?TUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of lnformiug
the public that be Is receiving a inll assortment of
CLOTHS, OASSSIMERES, COATINGS AND VESTINGS
of tbe best foreign and domestic manufacture, adapt
to Spring and Snmmcr wear.
These goods having been purchased recently, and al
very low figures, persons wishing anything In my Uno
will und it to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make thom np In the very beat style at Edgerton A
Richarde' old stand, No. 82 Broad-street
March 30 3. 8. PHILLIPS.
KOH.ni-Illa Y OK No. 2D IIAVXK.S?11K K1
JUST RECEIVED AND NOW IN STORK,
A FULL 8DPPI.Y OF
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
WIIOLBSAJLB AGERTB Firn
DRAKE'S PLAHTATIOH BITTERS
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP.
AND ALL TH_ RELIARLE PATENT MEDICINES O)
JOSEPH A. MORGAN,
No. 153 MEET?NG-ST.,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL
EXGLISII AND AMERICAN BANK,
INUOIil'OIlATE? UNDER. "TUB CUMPA*
NIBS' ACT. 18_a."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL 4:1,800,000,
IN 60.000 SHARES OF ?80 EACH.
Pirat Issue, 80,000 Share?, and the remainder to he la*
sued aa nay be required, ander the sanction of a Gen
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK,
HaTlr.17 opened Offloea at No. 08 WALL STREET, NE*.
x*OI?K, is prepared to ?eil Bills of Exobange on the
ENGLISH AND AftfERIOAN RANK (LIMITED), Lou
don, and on the UNION BANK OF LONDON; to bat
Bills of Exohang?, and to Issue Commercial and Trat?.
er?' Credits, avallt-blo In all parts of the world. Com
mercial Creal m lAtned for use in tho
EAST INDIES, 0UINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL Bl
UPON THS ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OI
Further partloulara may be tveoerUlned on appUoaUou
at the Offloe, No, 6*8 Wall at??t
. WILLIA _ WOOD, ' liana?-.
.OJO. BUBOHALL WATT?. Assta-nt Managt?-.
April a ... ttaoa
.'?..'. ? i J ?1 i - . -
1>P,AU1Y. _ AUnuitN.
I) Golden. Plasm nnd
Hi I Km CUllL8 pr? d ord by
the use of Prat. I'Kliiir-.irx'H
FM-EU LE CHEVEUX
Uno apnllc ?lion uarrani,.,!
lo curl Hie most Mtraiuht,
and stubbo-n bair of pitlmr
sox Into wavy rlngl.-ts or heavy Uatalve eurie Ila? been
unod by ti o fashionables of Purl? and Loudon, with the?
niot?t gratifylug rcBiillH Does i.., inj"ry to tho bair.
Frico by mall, scaled nnd postpaid. $|. iiPHOr|pUro (*lr
culirs mailed freo. Address, HVR'lKIl SI1UITB * CO
Chonilbtfi, No. 2B5 Rlvor Blruct, Troy, N. v HOI0 ."enta
for tho United Statue. tiitli,:Jm" May 8
WHISKERS AND MIJS~'
TACUK8 foro-d to
grow upon tim smoothest
laoo in from thno io Ave
weeks by usina Dr ????*?/.o
CAPILLAIRE, Un? ,"ost
wonderful discovery iu mo
dem selene?, 11011111* upiin
tho Beard and Hair lu an aUnoat iiiirue.ilnus iua7,'"er. It
hn? bk-en u?od by tbo elite of Parie md London with the
uioHt flattorlng Hiiccesa. Nainr.?? ,.f .,.. ].u,(.],.lM(.rB wm
bo registered, and if cutlru Mitii-ri-lion is u"( isin-n lu
every Instance, tho ninney wl I be olionrfuliy refunded
Pri?e by mail, sealed ann pitatpald, f|, Ui-M,:riiilive clr
cularH and teatliumtul? mail -d lr.-n Addru? ? lil luiFR
SHUT IS A CO , Chemist?. No 9*6 Rlver-ktreet Tro?
N. Y. Hole agent? f jr tho United Slate?. '
mm am m?m.
Congress Spring Water.
1-ianire Spring Water.
Columbian Spring Water.
NO NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HAS
yet been dlaeovored or M A NU FACT nu ED that equals these
watara aa a PREVENTIVE, RELIEF AND l'KUM A- .
MENT CURE, for many temporary and ohronlo dis*
eases, as preved by the experience of many thousanda
who have drank them for years, with the most benoQcla
Ia a oathartlo, alterative and tonto, and Is a valuable
remedy for affection a of the Liver and Kidney a, Dva*
p?pala, Oout, Chronlo Constipation and Cutaneous dis
eases. It ia a most powerful preventive of the Fevora
and Dillons Complaints, so prevalent In warm ollmatea,
Ia a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Rheunattsm,
Derangement of the Liver, Diseases of the Skin, and
General Debility. Its effects are most salutary lu Lung
Dlneaeee. It la an almost sunn CUBE for scrofula, and
the moot aggravated forma ot Dyspepsia. AB a PHKVX**.
TITE AMI corn for aU Bilious Derangements, It stands
Ia a tonto and diuretic ol a highly beneficial character
and Is a POSITIVK REMEDY tor Diabetes, Gravel, Calculus)
Irritation and I anani m a lion of the Kldtieya and "Dadder,
and has most singularly active ?.fleet e in restoring these
organs when debilitated by long disease. Females who
have suffered for years from irregularity, and tho dis*
trcsslng diseases known only to their sex, have been
entirely cured by the faithful and Judicious use of CO
Those waters aro bottled fresh and puro, from each of
the above-named Springe, In so careful and secure a
manner that they presorvo all their medicinal value for
years, and will be found equally oPAencious when drank
thousands of milos distant, as when taken diroctly from
Beware of Imitations and inferior Waters; the oerks ot
all genuine Congross, umpire and Columbian Waters
are branded on the side of the cork, thus :
I COMOBSSS WATKB, 1 i KMI'IKK WATEH, I
I O. k E. ti. Co. ] \ c. & E. S. Co. j
?COLUMBIAN WATEB, I
O. k E. S. Co. J
Packed safely and seourely, in boxes suitable for ship*
ment to any port of the world. Congress and Empire
Waters in boxes, containing 1 Dozen Pints, or 2 Dozen
Quart Bottles each. Columbian Water In boxos oontaln?
me 4, or 6 Dozen Half Pints, or 4 Dozen Pint Bottles
Sold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine Merchants, and
Sold only at Wholesale by
HOTCHKISS SONS, PniTl.,
No. 92 Beekman-street, N. Y.
OW Orders by mail receive prompt attention.
March It thstnSm*,
AND 8IOKNE88 PREVENTED DY USING THE CELH
AMONO WHICH ARE
?MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATHOLICOIY-,
Which will Infallibly, positively, invariably eurool]
tliose torturing, perplexing, and debilitating pympton?
commonly known as FEMALK DI.-EASK, WEAENESS,
IRREGULARITIES, etc., which weary and renderun
happy BO m tay women between tho ages of 15 and 60,
f?r which the medical profeweion seeks in vain lora
remedy, and from which wraith, position, delicacy, and
refinement afford no exemption.
Read the following:
LAFAYETTE, KY.. June 21,18*30.
I am a graduate of the regular M?dirai Colleges. Eight
een months ago I had seven cases of severe l?male dis
ease which I had entirely failed to cure. One lady had
censtant hysterics; ono bad every si lupton ol cpiloptlo
convulsions consequent upon deranged menstruation;
others had whites, telling, irregularities, and all the ne
vero symptoms of continued uterine derangement.
Hs-ringmy sttentlon called to MARSHALL'S UTERINI
OATHOLICON, I used It, and it cured every etta. There
has not been a ringla failure lu its operation.
O, 3. NOHTHINOTON, M. D.
JES-See that the seal of the Oraofenberg Company 1?
on every bottle,"ii*
THE GBAEFENBEBG VEGETABLE PILLS
Are the best In the world for family nae, and for Indi,
gestion - Constipation - Headache- Nervousness-Bil
lousnees-Heartburn - Acidity-Nausea- Fla tulenoe
Want of Appetite- Dyspepsia- Liver Complaint-?ara
On account of their great mildness, and from the favei
that ?they never Bripe, nanseato, or leave the bowels la a
constipated condition, the Oraefenberg Pius will ha
found more pleasant than any others.
ajar Price 25 cents p*r box. On the receipt of one do?.
lar tour boxes will be sent by mall, free of postage, to
auy part of the country.
DYSENTERY SYRUP.-Price 60 cents.
Infalllble In all eaaes of bowel complaints, and a car?
Um cure tor AS1ATI0 CHULERA.
GREEN MOUNTAIN OINTMENT.-Prl?"o 26 cont?t,
??-For Burns, Bruise.?, Scalds, Did Sores, Chilblain?,
Chappod Skin, Cold Sores, and wherever there is In
flammation. It acte Uko mag ii;. -(i3
JtaVTho Olutment la guaranteed as the best applica
tion lu the world for the above. It acts more quickly
and certainly than any other ever offered to the publia,
CHILDREN'S PANACEA_SO cents.
EYE LOTION.-as conta.
HEALTH BITTERS.-35 cents.
PILE REMEDY_ti '
FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY.-SO cents.
MANUAL OF HEALTH.-?6 cents. A complete Fami
ly Physician. Sent by mall on receipt of as cents.
THE ORAEFENBERG FAMILY MEDICINES are pre
pared under the Immediate supervision of a HKILFUL
PHYSICIAN, and they may be rolled apon In aU caaea,
jt/3-THEY ARE PURELY VEGETA BLE.-II?
jWThoy have been the leading American Remedies
for 20 yoara. _ ,.,,.,
Sold, wholeaala and retail, by THE GRAEFENBKRa
COMPANY, No 180 William street. New York, and by
the trade generally. .
aWTbo trade supplied on liberal iwmt, by
* KING & CASSIDEY,
Marah IT stathtaoos CHARLESTON. B. nX
TUB II AUN WELL SKNTIJIEL.
?ja PUDLIOATION OF THIS PAPKB. WHICH OBC
. FICE waa destroyed in February lia* by the redan
ii-roy, baa been resumed. It Is the only paper puhlisba?
m that large and popul?os District, and tomorchanuaaa
business men possesses advantages te.ld.MTi met with.
Term? for advertising, SI per square of twelve linea, ot
leas, tor etch lmertor). Sabecriut?on to paper, tt pe*
inrnm. Addr-wa RHUOK li PEBUY,
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