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TUESDAY, MORNING, MAY 22, 18G6.
LAI.ULIST CUtOVLATlON IK Tilt STATE.
LAJW.I-ST CIRCULATION IN THE CIT\.
sJ-THB LIST OF1 L. Ila'I* I'MRS r?
ataa.ulixln.ia. in the HoHtotfao?? at the end
of eaoh \v?"??l? ta imlvlmniid otfloiullv
in THK D>Vl\L.Y l^HTW'S every FVi
day naomi tau
BALK OF A MIS.-OUHI UAH,HOAD.-The Rnulli
weat Branch Pa.itic llailroad, out? or the throe
railroads in Missouri uu whioli that fltato fore
closes ita uioi tga-cs, waa aold.on tho 13ih of
May instant, tti lou. J ihn O. Fremont, for tim
sum of olio million thrco hundred thtmatnd dol
ln.ru. Undoritio law fir consolidating thf Sute
dobt of Missouri, the proceed* will BO into a sink
ing fund for tim ultimato rodomption itf the no??
Miasouri cn* and-j. This mad haa a land grant oi
ono miiliou tbir'y thousand ?eros, auluotod along
tho line in 1852. It t-iubr ices aomo of the beet
land weat of tim M a-jasippi rivor. Hoveiit.k-etvea
milos of it ha e .?Irua-iy been completed, which aie
realizing $6000 not ??mnmo tn ?ni lily. Nov. ral hun
dred thouaand (lollara' w?>rth of rolling stuck,
locomotivos and machinery bi-long to tim road,
and waa sold with it. Ti.? fam>?ua Granby lund
mines in Newton cniny, Mi-sonri, ia a part of ila
realty. They aro no.v hfti.t?, workoi hy Hon.
Henry T. Blow .V, Co , tiudor a loaao from the Old
Pacific Company. Tn? name of the road lisa bet ii
changed to the Hunt horn Pacific, to cor-oapond
with the contemplated road from Spriniifl- Id to
California, provided for i?i the Brown Senate Bill
of thia Congress, with which it ia to connect. Fre
mont obligat? a iiimsolf to finish it wubin four
yeara from date of pmc'iaae Ho haa. it ia atatetl,
connected with him MUM ')f the utroiik<eQt capi
talista in the nation, and it ia eatim ited that four
or flvo milliouH of (lollara will completo the road.
The line paa??ea through aome of the b?-?t Hgri til*
tural and mineral lamia or the Hk*?o. Altogether,
Missouri baa .% moat valuable railroad ?yatom,
co m pic tod tn a larne extent, and with the uroat
attractioi.a ?if her r? a-mr eos and climate and pro
duction-?, and I a ruo acoesciou of omikirtuta, has
moat biihUnt ima.?eats, materially. Yet abo ia
torn :?ud disordered by prosci iptiv'u political fao
tionists. who, inato id of taahiiiK a vigorous effor?
for prompt resumption of nnnpondo.1 interest on
the Hiato debt, propose to put ..If the houd-bnld
ers a year or t?vo Immer, and then for several
years give them ?idy three per cent, interest in
stead of six.-BiUin%>rn lum 19th.
GBORQE N. SANUBUK' llANKucprcy -[Court of
Bankruptcy, Lindon, Aunt 25, butore .Mr. Cnm
mieaionor Wins?? .v.] In re George Nicholas. San
ders. Mr. Lumley appeared fur tho aastunees, Mr
Linklater for the haiiiiru.it. Thia was a a tting
for examination ami disoh?rge. Too bankrupt
was described as of several places in Enifland,
Ireland, Franco and Aim-rioa, contractor with the
Confederate G?iv?.rnmeiit?>f Vim-rica tor the build
ing aud running of iron-plated postal Ycs-iel?. Ho
was a bankrupt Li the year 1843, aud obtained a
certificate oi discharge. Tim ?count show? tho
following result!* : Dots and liabilities, ?10.950,
with assets, property in the hands of ero.-itora,
?6,100, and sundry dents, ?4.100. The cause of
the failtiro is thus stat <d by tue bankrupt: " Dis
appointment in kim execution of my aontract hy
the Confederate Htatc* of America for the build
ing and running of iron-plated postal v?asela.''
It appeared that McMsra. Lindsay ?kOo. h*d nu
dertalion the commet in question, which waa BUO
Eosert to bo of ramn. rom Misara. Lindsay tho
ankrupt dalmo l $1,500 f?ir comoissioi., but the
debt waa diiputed, ,nd it waa alleirnd that the
bankrupt waa in reality a debtor to that firm. An
adjournment waa taken in order that the assignees
might hold a p ivato sitting for the examination
of the bankruot in reforeneo to bia transactions
with Lindsay St. Co , and others, with the liberty
to the iis-iiia-noc*. to apply for further accounts if
they should bo in advised.
"ATTACK OK COLOARD MEN "-A? a specimen of
the c-fforta being made In certain quarters to in
fluence Cougresa in roforcucH to inattors in this
district, we suhjoin the fol:owiug "speci.l dis
patch" from this oity, printed in a Philadelphia
paper, under the above ho ?.dint':
"An assault was madeto-diy on a force of color
ed laborers sat to work t?? clean out tho canal
which run H th rou ni? the city, by tho Irish laborers,
who had atmok for higher wanes, although they
wero only required to work eight hours nor diem
After the colored mon had been pelted with stones
and wero nearlv driven away, the polico Appeared
and arreatt d the riiif(loadera ?>f the rioters. AH
the latter can voto at tho cn ii in-' municipal elec
tion, they will probably be released and sot to
worn au sin."
Tho facta aro that there wore no white men en
gage I in tin riot, and very low, if any, looking on
besides tbo cotitnutors aud overseers. Tho as
sailants were colored mou who ?druck for $2 per
diem, and tho assailed wt'ro colored ineu, who
were working for $1.60 p?-r diem.
[W-i-hiugton Slar, Uith.
Nomma TO Do.-Ono of the employment agen
cies in this city, says the Ri dimond Times, amont?
many othor Li'troatirig cpis'.los from applicant*
for employment, haa received ono from Alabama,
from which the following ia nu extract :
* * * * I Bca yore advertisement iu Hu
Richmond Times. It yon kiu giv me a simvatiou,
well-if yon aro disposed to boin mo, better-ii
you kin holp mo, hotter still; and beat if you lui
send mo to teooh tho beethen. ? * * ?
Let the friends of humanity stop forward ant'
roscue this "ahining light" from thodarkneus thai
surrounds him. He seems peculiarly qualified li
"teech the heethon."
The Mobile tribune contains the following ad
verti8oment, illustrated with tho old timo "ruua
way" on eaoh sido of iho "square":
TWKKTY-VrVE OZHTB UEWAUD
For ono J. W Johnson, staid to bo from Soull
Illinois, was mail agent from Cairo to Corinth, fron
the Mobile o iii co. Having purchased goods und?.
false pretences, I will pay oarriago and tranapor
tation for the said Johnson if delivered to me a
Mobile. D. J. FILES.
PRESENTMENT-The Galvoston MP io? saya : Di
Jesse Boring was so affected with a strang
oonsciousnees of aomo calamity in his family tim
he could not remaiu absent at Now Orleans
whoro ho was in attondauco upon tho Methodic
General Conference. On landing a fow days agc
he hoard f.ir the first timo of tho doath of his BO
Dr. N. H. Boring, Jr., from injuries received som
days provious by au accidont on tho Washingto
county railroad Tho coso ia mado still moro ait
gular by tho fact that tho son Toit a prosontmoi
of approaching doath for aomo time boforo th
accident, aud had spoken of it to nome of his rolf
tivea und intimste frien-ia.
? ? >
An orator, iu appealing to the "bono au
sinew,"' said: "My friends, I ara proud to an
aronud mo to-night the hardy yeomanry o? th
lan??, for I love tbo agricultural interest* of tti
country: and woll mny I lovothem, fellow-citizen
for I was born a larmer-tho happiest dava of m
youth were spent in the peaceful avocations or
son of tho soil. If I may bo nllowod to use a ligi
nutro expression, my friends, I mav sav I wti
raiacd between two rowa of corn." ?A paranki)
by thunder 1" cxolaimed an inebriated chap jin
in front of tho stage.
NEW DREIHITIOVOX FUIII.IO PBOPBUTY.-A guai
report mado hy a corporal ??f the Fourth Artillcr
to the Provost Marshal, on 8nuday last, reads thu
Kcpttrt of a cuard or the Fourth United Statt
Artillery, mounted at th? Headquarters Dopar
-mont of Washington. D. C, on tho 13th inatan
for the protection or Hon. William H. Sowar?
Bocrotary of Btato, and olhor publio property."
"Mother," said Httlo Ned. one morning afU
teTtf^1t6V,,t?fbcd','Ithink I know whv
&!! ?L?J bld U*,t u,"ht- ll waa ?'coause I albi
M if in doubt whether ho had given 'ho right o
planat.on, bo added, "No, that wasn't the re??o
it waa bocauso I slept too near where I loll out.'
HK.VUY WAni> BKEcnKnsays that be would i
soon go a courting with bia father's old lovo-k
tors as to go to Church and carry a book to pn
out of. r
A WAH adTortises for competent person? to n
dertako the sslo <-?f a new niod.elne, and adds th
it will be protttablc to the UQdcrtak??r
I ?HILADFLPBT V-Per sehr Ellie L Smith-9 bales Cot
ton 140 M leot Lumber. 8 boxes Oil. 10 boxes Lye.
.Per sehr A H Loaming-32 bales Cotton. 478
bars Railroad Iron, C9 iron Axle?, 70,000 leot Lum
PALL RIVFR, MARS-Per tern J Vf Rumsey-'-5.000
HOST iN-Per sehr Southerner-12 balee Cotton, 70
bbla Rosin, 81 bbla Turpentlno, 210 tona Iron and
other metal. St bales Hags, 3 hales Rope, 6 baleB Pa
per, 3 bundle? Hides and Bklnu, 1 bbl Copper, 4
Trunks, and 8 pkg? Milzc.
ROCK PORT, MK-Per Behr Julia E Oamago-90.000 foot
Pitch Pine Timber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Adele-66 package? Sun
The elim lenton Cotton Market.
Owing to the light ?took and tho advancing tendency
- prices, the market was quito unsettled yesterday.
".bout 100 bale? changed hands, but price? paid varied
so much that wo aro nnabln to quoto tto market.
NEW ORLEANS, May 16.-COTTON.-Tho leading
atepla has been in very steady rerp-est to-day, deapito
t be unfavorable tenor of tho European advices which
same to banu lu tho way qf private dispatches early this
moruing. mi?' htvo been confirmed by dispatches to
ilio associated press later In the day. OfTerluga wore
very light throughout, and tho hotter ela- slncaMons
?vere hel at higher fleures than heretofore. In fact,
iho '-< UIHT uuiformly prevails t at prices havo rea:hotl
their lo? est depth, and that heroatt?-r the tendency of
tho market nnn-t bo ?icatlily upward. It may also bo
iluumrd worthy of remurk that ral- s havo advanced at
New York in the face of discouraging account? from
Europe. Tho ?ales to-day have reached 2000 bilCB, of
which ono p ?rty, who reported purobases of only 100
hales, took 719 nalea. It atTi-nl? ns groat pleasure, how
over t> t-ti y that most of the brokers make just aud
faithful repon? <>f their purchases, while we confoss
that wo can ace no motive to justify a suppression or
perversion of such report?. Operation? to-day havo
boon participated lu by eight brokers, and the market
cloied. an It had opone I, urra, at 27 to 29o for ordinary,
:n to 33o for good ordinary, 33 to 35c for low middling,
and '"6 to 37o for middling.
BT?.TK?Kf?r OF COTTON.
.?took on hand 8ept. 1st, 1868.bales.. 83,239
itecel vo'l ?inoe yeatorttay. 959
Received pro .ionaly.023,669-699,321
Expor tod ?Ince y es torday. 1,623
otooV on baud ai.?l on shipboard not cleared... 167,373
Tho exporta embrace 7fi* balea for Liverpool, 750 bale?
for Oronstadt and 168 bale? for Rordoaux.
HCO.UI ANS MOLASSES.-There have been no receipt?
nine? yo?-torday. The supply or Louisiana Sugar and
M lasse? la limited, but foreign is plenty with but very
Itttlo demand Yeatorday, not previously reported, a
lot oi 26 htulB prime Louisiana ?old at 15,',o per lb, The
market ha? not changed slnoe yesterday, and our quota
tion? aro merely nominal at 7 to 9c for inferior, 12 to 13o
for common to fair, Hy to IG>;c for tully fair, and 16u
f.?r choice. Cuba at 14 J? to 16o lor fair to prime, lu re
tail lots. There I? no movement in Molasses, and offer
ion? d?> tot mint ?ho view? of bolder?. .
Jt_>U_-The late advances on this articlo have induc
ed . pecula ora to pause, aud tho regular local demand is
only , li'U? ra o " There is, howevor, no anxiety uianl
foatod to BOII, as holders iro onnfitlent of soon bolng
able to realise high prices, and then?, la but very Utile of
tho high gradea offering The eales to-day amount to
1-05 bbla, ? r which 60 dou le extra, at $13 76; 120 on Its
merits, at $13 50; 116 good eira, at $13: 100 on it? mer
it?, at $11; 2B0 ?u-.tTlliio at $10; and $200 do at $9 87y
Conn-The Bupply on hind is ample, while the de
mand Is on>y moderato, being chiefly of a local charac
ter. Buyors do mt seem ?Ming io follow up tho ad
v.inco. l'rtcs aro quite irn gular. Hales to-day wore
r>-8trfolo . to 2B00 sacks, in the Mowin?: order, ?J_i
1600 white at $1; 40U white mixed at $1 ; 2n0 white at
71 yo ; an I 27- y eil o <* mixed at 95o. per bushel.
1'OHK -There was annie disposition to operate to
day, nut the eitreme firmiieus of bolder? cheoked tr.ms .
notion?. There is but very little remaining in first
hand?, w'iile the demand waa rnonily of - local character.
The only Bale to-day wa? a lot of 64 bbls of mosB at $33
OATH.-Tho ?upply on hand is moderate, while the
demand has been mostly of a sp?cul?tlv.? character, and
prices h-TO d- dined about So per bushel. Tho sales to
day comprise OOOOsoi-kB, in the following oidor, viz: 200
at 64c, 40t> ano 600 ?t 54o, and 8019 prlmoai 61 te 62c per
BBAN - The supp y ou hand is light, and the demand
1? altogether of a local eli ?racier, aud price? remain un
changed. The sale? to day ombrace Soo tacks, in two
1 .ts. of KIO and 2U(i sacks, at $1 25 per lou lb?.
ij AY -Wo bavo nothing new to noto In this market;
the au)<pi? of print?? Weatorn is good, but with Utt o or
no tlon.and and prices are loosing down. Wo notice
the sal? o du? ot 170 bales of ordin?r at $22 per ton.
BACON-Continue? In good retail demaud, and prices
aro null ? cry linn at 14 yu for .boulder-., 17>io for ribbed
?Idea. 10 ??o fur ciear ?ide?, and 23 to 27o per lb for
sugar-c rod bau 8.
I,Ann -The i-upply on band is Uralted, but the de
mand 1? g'iod, at d i ri OB are firm at 2i**o for primo in
t io re ?.?.?, and 21a per lb in kogR.
BAOOINO- ouilnues activo and price? aro firm, with
an upward t??udency D'alera aro furnishing tho do
manu at 29c In roll*, and 3lo per yard lu b ?les
BAX- bor?-continues active,- and p-lces aro firm
with an upward tendon ?y. Dealor? aro fiirniahiu , tho
demaii'i at 1 y:-perin
WIIIHKKT-Remain? dull. The demand is very light,
and pri es only nomina, at $2 25 to 2 3J per gallon lor
HAUT-Rom Im. activo and prices are firm at $1 80 to
$1 On lorcoar.c Liverpool und 11.05 to $2 per bushi-lfor
Uno in roi.nl lorn
bri-nuts -There have beer, a few small lots ot Gnph
on Rutter recelvn I w?thln tho past few ti ^ys, whtoa
readily eumina ?dad 00 o Two pet-lb. Good Western l?>
?terca and in roqiu-nt at 60 to 7l:c Common lu piont
but dull .?t 35 to 40c per lb. Choi-fle is in' goo.l supply,
but dill al 21c for .?estern aud ?7c per lb for Eng ish
ii iry lo'?.
KURIOUT?-At* very dull lo all point??, and tho follow
ing r i? . ? taniio? bo t p -ried un much better than i onil
nal, *.:z: IJ> ?all ta Liverpt ol .'-., t?i ii-U'.i per lb, ami t-?
Havre 1 V'c pi r lb lor (Jo t u, mid bv w.uin io tho foi mer
Jtfd Bj ?ail to New York a- d Boston "?o in-r lb, und
by sto-H to Hu- formt r yo and to the It-tor "?v. per I -.
rho ratet, of Pisar by hteam to New York aro 76c, and
by sail 10 pt?; bbl.
GALVR-lTOM, M ?y 1? -OO.TON.-Th?i uiiFotllcda'ato
of our market, noted in the last leviev, baa no been
. hanged this week by the r celp of advices troni i ther
maritata When i reutuis ituiiarlt? exista botan-ti the
ni. o ?oi factor.-. ;uid bnyom, such au ha? clio acterized
tin? m i'ki-t. -t in impoH4li?Io t-i Kt it o correctly what thu
i ij'-.otaw.iiH arc; in-nhor c-.i'.i wo glvo any figuros that
! WOnld .?i proximate, as th? Irregularity in the prices
I poid f??r tho fe?. balts ?old ia too great. Facturo gone
I rally have withdrawn their Sa opios, aa they have not
j exooc.ud to ol.ta.n tho figure? that their constituents
anticipated, whllo buyors have bold uloof, awaiting fur
ther ml vico?, l'ii'tor BUCH olrcambtauce? no activity can
be looked for until tlio market becomes settled, which
will ?iiir.il. ta'.o placo before planters and o hera be
C'.uo rccouclieil to the id a ol submitting to a conslder
ab'o d? eline from the flgnre? tiley anticipated, and au
tb? ri/.?) their factor? to accept auch prices a? buyer?
would bo ?arra?.tod lu giving.
Ralos sum up 191 bale?.
T'l.i market (if .hore Is any) closes too uosettled te
Wo think that a few general remarks hero may furnish
some > ii i omi uti on concerning the views entertalnod in
regard to tho future . f the staple. ??Umateg of tin
growiui? crop vary from 1,000 000 to 1.600,000 balea,
which, if proveo correct, would have a tend.? noy to in
croare pri- es, though not for two or three months, at
the Eoglhh market has under HH control shout 2,000.00(
ba'os. It M 111 be a difficult thing to make ?nth market!
aa thone of Li cruool and blanch? alor linderntand that,
ot with standing tholr heavy supply a pre -rut, the msj
bo compelled to chango their opinions, am p.y hlgbei
pr ces than ihoBo now ruin g By referenco to all out
exchange*, wo noto tu? fact that f-ictora oUewhero an
acting as th t>e boro lu withdrawing their ?sample, fron
tho markets, as they i;now lull w11 that they cann?>
give satisfaction to their planting friends at price? tba
buyors aro offering, if tbla feeling la general, aud wi
beltovo it is, tho foreign markets. In our opinion, cmuo
koop prices down. However, ?ti this I? purc'y spo-tilt
tlvo, and a* v?e nive all. tho dati necessary, our friend
can study the .natter for th-m??elves, and draw the.r owl
This Year. 1860-61
Stock on hand 1st Hepl. 18? V.13,t*-*>T ?,16
Received at this port this week. 1,201 103
Receive i at thi? port previously.137>?4 110.68
Recilvodat oti.er port?.20.466 20 80
t Rains. Bales.
Great Britain.6391.1 42816
Franoo. 17_ 3640
Other Continental porta. 3014 11191
Mixteo. 1?20 _
New Orleans. 42602 28816
Havan?. 80 -
Now York. 53237 ?I4731
Boaton. ?u7? 2?091
On band and on shipboard not
cleared. 10657 4538
MOBILE, May 16.-COTTOK-The unfavo?b)o Live
pool advice? to the 6th lust. V steamer Java, received th
morning, did not seem t*. affect onr market at all. ]
fact, we note a more general demand, and factors ol
tatala? fully 1 C advmico Of!-r the ratia of yo-terda
While OOMOO la higher bore than it can bo la'd down I
Liverpool at the ia?t quotation? from there, the g1 ?on
accounts Irotn nr-nrl? ail sections about the oondltloi
of the crop? tuako holder? firm and high in their Ide?
and dctormliie I to bO'd on to wait the develop-ent?
the n xt few week?. Iho stock on ?ale to day baa bei
.cant and poer. 1100 hale? ohauged banda, the? _atk
cloning firm at 33 to - c for Middling.
MoMi-TAnY Avr? F-NANOIAT.- *o htvo nothing
?p?cl?l "aterost to n?tela the tn-rhot to-day. Transi
lions in Gold and For? ii;ti and Domestic Exchango havo I
jem Itmllod, ^
Quid has ruled flrm at 129 to 130, willi but little ofTcr
Sterling shows a wider range in prlceB, cloning at 136
,o 140, accordin*- to class of bills.
Theru is very llttlo offering In Now York Sight at S to
Now Orleans Sight, par.
Me m phi s Market.
MEMPHI8, May 17.-COTTON-Tho Cotton market re
nains dull and heavy. Thore wa? a fair inquiry yes
terday, but holdem were "till asking abovo buyers'
views. Buyers wero offering 28 to 29c for bright Mid
Hing, whllo holders are firm in aaking 30c. The Now
York noon dlipatoh sahl : "Cotton In mndorste de
mand at 35 to 36c." Wo learned of sales of 133 bales at
28 to 29o for Middling, 26 to 27c for Low Middling and
3ood Ordinary, and 3>c for Strict MMdling. Tho sales
wero mostly ontBido nts Tho market closed with a
boiler fooling than on tho previous day.
UitHl? nore market.
BALTIMORE, May l8.-COP?EE-We hoar of no trans
actions worthy of romark to-day: tbe hli-h rate? of
freight westward retard? buyers. Tbo ?took of Kio in
Qrat hands Is 11,700 bags; prices nominally uncbango '.
dargo of bark Aquidnotk, quality primo, 1? bold at ISc
gold in bond.
COTON-Light recoipts and uufavorablo ad ?. lees from
tho growing crops, together with an easy money mar
kot, have caused a bettor demand pilncipally from
npiuncra, and ?ricos havo improved irrespectivo ol'tito
lato unfa?,embie accounts f.om Liverpool. Tbo sales of
the week comprise SCO tu 400 bales, including ordinary
to low middling UpUi d at 30 to 2 ia, and middling 31c.
At tho CIOFO wo adviuco quotations, though tho market
i-an only bo regarded lu the abieuco of tram-action?,
nominal st tbo outside ligures. O? Orlo IHR descriptions
nur markot IB entirely baro. Wo quote as follows:
Ordinary.?.per lb 27(?J2Hc 20 els
C1 o ixl ordinary1.,.2Ut?<80o 31 ela
Low middling..32(3330 31 rta
Middling.,.34@350 30 cts
FLOUR.-WO continue to notice a quiet markot; In the
sbHonoe of demand for export transactions are confined
chiefly to the wants of tho local trade, with some few
Rhlpmonts to Southern homo ports. Good winter wheat
Flour is very scat ce, auddlfliculttobo > ad at quotations;
spring wheats, of which tbo rotelpta. and stock aro
principally composed. Bro wl hont quotalilo cbauge,
but easier lo buy. Several hundred barrels lu job
bing lota sold to-day witiiln our rango boro quoted,
viz : Howard-street Su-.ior and cut Extra flu.26 to
$10 GO; do Extra shipping $11 60 to $12; do high grades
$12 to $13; do Family 14 to $16; Ohio Super and Cut
Extra 10 to $10 26; do Extra shipping li to i 12; do
retailing 11 60 to $12 60; and do Family 13 60 to $14 50;
Northwestern Super 9 75 to $10; do. Extra 10 75 to
$11 60; City Mills Super 9 76 to $10; do shipping brands
Extra 13 to $13 61); do standard Extrait to $12; do
high grados retailing $14 GO; Ilaltimoro, Weloh's and
Greenfield Family $16 60 por bbl. Ilye Flour, new,
6 66 to $0 por bbl. Corn Meal-City Mtfln and Brandy
wine 4 23 lo $4 40 per hbl.
The following are tho inspections of Flour and Meal
in tbo city of Ualtimore for tho week ending May 17,
1886, viz;, Howard Street, 2988 > bis and 24 half bul*-,
City Mills. 6294 bbls; (bio, 4860 bbls; ai d Family, 1019
bbls; total Wheat Flour, 15.181 bbls and 24 hilf bbls.
Together with 489 bbls Ityo Flour, and 705 bbl? Corn
GKAI.S -Wheat-3000 bushels Michigan Red received
to-day, but no Bales reported Corn-3510 buslie's
White and ln40 bushels Yellow offered ; demand activo,
sales 3700 bushels prime Wh te at 80c; 1800 bushel*
mixed do at 8.1@8*c; 40U bushels Yellow at 830* 1*. bush
ol. Oats-1250 t us tiela OCTQIC.II; sales 600 bushels at 6i@
65c, weight: a furthor advance. Kyo-Salo of 4G0 bush
els nrimo Maryland at 96c V bushel.
Mon .USE?-Nono In first hands worthy of noiico;
Prices steady ts last quoted.
PnoviMOMS.^Tho market, though firm, romains quiet;
no large lots reported; offerings also liitbt. Uacon is in
steady good demand on out of town orders, and prices
uniform at 16 oents for ?boulders and 8 conta for Sides;
about 100 hhdu have been sold to-day at theao figures.
Lord is jobbing at 22 cents for Western, BaUtraoro re
filled 24 cents In kegs.. We hear of no transactions In
Bulk Meats; quoto rhouldors held at 1.1?; emita, -anti
bides, last H tlo IOS cents. MOBS P..rk ia hold nominally
at $31, no sales. Baoon Hams are quoted arm at 24 to 26
cents per lb for best brands cao vas a od. '*.? ,
LICK-Wo quoto Carolina IIS ?o IS cts for invoices
and IIS te 12S cts for small lota; llangoon I to 9S
cents; supply o' all kinds light.
Nunan-Tho market has ruled quiet for the past two
days-no sales. 'Stock in Imp >rt> ra' hands light for the
soason. and prices aro steadily maintained as last
Rcfinod-Wo quote extra fine powdered ir>So; pow
dered and granulated 1GJ? c, and othor grados same as
HALT-With fair jobbing demand wo quote Liverpool
Ground Alum $1<65@$1 70; Marshall's and Worthing
ton^ Fino $3 10@.3 IS; other brand? less known $2 85 IS
$3 per sack. Turk's Island la scarce and wanted; quote
at 60c per bushel.
WuihKKY-Is firm, some Inquiry and but lillie offer
ing ; we quote at $2 20@$2 27 por gallon for large and
?niall los of Wojtoru.
Kew York Market.
Tho Financial Art!clo of the Now York Tim? of Sa
turday, 10th hitit., Bays :
Eight million of dollars in gold will bavo left this porl
for Europe tho preeent week,' with the Ballin? of tbe
various steauiors to-morrow. The engagements for
thean steamers fool up this aftornoou about $4,600,000.
The shipments cn Wednesday last wore $3,6U0,<00. Tin
price of Gold bas srareoly varied 1 per cent, slice tbii
day week. It leaves off this afternoon 1 29S@l 30 pet
cent. Tho Treasury baa not been a seller fluce day be
fore yesterday and thon at ii IO1, to 1 30!j
pur cent. The present export movement is the
flrat doeldod rrapousn to tho flnanclul trouble in Lou
?Ion a??tl on tho Continent. Illa most p omptly mad?
and with entire ran.? lo tho country and tbo Money mar
tot; to tho convenience of tho A ?..-nu i ?teil Banks and U
S. rcasury that Inn IHII tbo Gole, anil to thecradito
our Mt-rcliaula and Bankers engaged in tin? Forehez
Trade and Exchanger?, who loso tho le .at possible tim.
i i relieving tho financial pressure and exigencies inel
dent t i tim thr?*i'.< n- ?1 w.ir on the other Milo of the At
1 .intie i he same thing was dono in the Summer ni
18.19. and If ? much largor acata of export of ti o prie
ions ?????lal shuni:! bj ?equirrd now, tho Treasury of tin
Utiittd ?-tates II:IH where 1th to fcupp'y tho clemaut
from its am, le < ??atoms revenue n?-w lying idle, in ac
tua] i 'oin, in UM vault?! Tho Gold certainly could not lu
put tu a more timely or creditable u-e. atp osent, tutu
to the rolief of the M?>ncy Mai lifts of the Od World
will which wo aro lu dat?y and in tim.it u c mum rd.il in
Tbo I'i reign Exchanges close steady for the malls o
Saturday at full rates. Sumo of the leading ?traweri
wero kept HU b ?Hy employed In drawing on i.nndoi
and i'arl? that tb?y were comp.-Ucd to deeliue futthe
orders la-e lu tho clay. But tins w?n II it goueraily th
caro, and the tates were no blgliur tinto yesterday. Gi
London tho three day?' sight qu?tate ns was II OS ti
HOS. m p'ao > of lll?S. as reported list night. Th
Gold Room was du'l at 120,S to 130 per cent, and th
Money umikut cas. at 4 t > 6 p-r cent to tho Broker?
T e next Foret iii advice a are looked for with much in
terost. Should the political and floaucUl situation h
re. ort.d worse than hy tbe Java, the probability is tim
further heavy ehipm-nts of Gold will bo made nox
week, though not until Saturday, as the Cunar.-er w11
go from Boston In tbo middle of the week. On th
other hand, should even a partial improvement h
shown, there will bo less eagerness of demand tor Gold
and a steadier feeling in |tbe Foreign Exchanges. Th
prompt and very heavy remittances made ht? week ar
in view of tho worst contingeuclcs of war and flnancU
NEW YORK, May l8.-COITON.-The market wa
quite Arm, with ?moderato demand, .?-ales 3000 bale
at 35So to 37So for Middlings. Uplands, to Orleans.
Tho following 1B from tho circular of Speyera, Chaj
man st Co:
The receipts of Cotton at the porta of the Unit?
States have boon aa folio wa:
Week ending M ?y 14. 19,11
Previously since September 1. 1866.1,733,4c
Total Sine1? September 1.1,753.6?
From close of war to Soptember 1, 1865. 416,0
The receipts, exp?>rt-> and stools, at the prlnoip,
?lort H o I tbo Coited SUtos, at latest datos, wero as fo
Receipts, Exports. Stock
sinie Sept. 1. since Sept. 1.
New York, May 14,... 7Cn,200 417.100 122.0<
NewOileaus, May 14. f?09 400 C25.U0O 167,41
Mobil??. May II. 390.K00 371,600 43 0i
Ga vosion, May li.... 167.000 159,200 11,71
Savannah, M ?y 10.... 320.600 19,9,000 24.1>
0 ? arleslon. Msy 10... 8? 0??0 M.KOO 6 .
Apalachlcola April 12. 112,700 118,000 0,7i
Total 8to;ks. 371,01
Tho receipts and oxports include coaUwisc sbl
monto, except Now York oxports, which embrace forrlf
Our market, during Iho wook under review, assurai
an altitude very different to the views of many i
strength and tone increased dally,*>s each succcedli
itekiner irom Europo reported a furthor decline I
Llvarpnol, completely wearing out tho patlonce of tho
who were walting anxiously for tho promised fa
Spinners snd speculator* at last concluded that, If ' II
mou m sin would not so to Mahomet, M < homet must i
to the mountain"-, if we do not assimilate in price wl
Liverpool Liverpool, in American Cottons, must i
simllato, sooner or later, In price with us; consequent
ii brisk buslncts was transacted, at Improvsd rati
mostly for home consnmption, all of which verifies t
correctness of our prod lotto na In our lato circulai
How it ci nid bo other?? 1 so weare at a lo.'a to undi
stsnd, when wa roflect upon the lniluciieo? at work
this country to assist such a result, via: gnat reduotl
oC receipt?, unroll h'o aud ditninl?hed labor, bad set
out worm, frost, orevaifaes, and a plethora of money.
The. prospect, also, of other countries-consid?r?t
diminishing the area of territory, placed nnd> r the ci
tivatlon of Cutt n, during the paat tonr years, on i
count of the high promlum? offorcd to producer?-cc
tribute, also, not a Utile to strengthen tho banda
holders, igy pt, for ox tim la. under the eubanoed val
oi thla attul... found its production profit ibis, even
the expenso of diminishing har grain p-.-oduc lons i
three >ear? This year, owing to the decline in Cotti
sha baa rentorsd mnoh of her Cotton lands to gra
indeed, mott of those oountrlea ?hlch turned their
tentlon to the Cotton crop, while tho Arnortcsu v
asted, ore reluctant to continue ita cultivation, now
hat tho war ia over, and (hit the ?Southern Stute? have
igain entered tho market. Theo consideration?, taken
logother with tho pr?f?rence for American Cotton?*,
mist, natntalty, on thorotuni of reason to tho dorman
liaputants, and fis soon as Knulind becomes convinced
:hut her poule, as far as Cottou Is concerned, was wholly
iinncccsaary. canso a ?mid? n and sharptcactiou lu tho
?raine of A merle an Cottou lu Europe.
Exporters were almo?; completely ?hut out fiom par
ticipant)?-lu tho business of the week, tho limita being
much too low.
BiiKADSTUFF?)-The market was quito unsettled.
Tho Common aud-Medium grades of tatato and West
ern Flour? wero moro activo and opened firm, but
closed lower and uinettloii. Sales H.OOu bola, at $7 26
to $8 for Kupir?: $8t<>$8 76 for Extra Stat??; $H 85 to
$9 60 lor Chole? do. ; $9 to 1*9 C5 lor Shipping Round
IlnopOhto; $B 35 to. $12 85 for Extra Westorn; $13 to
$16 50 for double Extra Western and St. Lout?.
Southern Flour was dull but firm, 8alos 650 bbl?. at
$1050 to $11 lOforBUprs; $1160 to $10 50 for Fancy
Cauaua Flour was quiet at $B 35 to $8 85 for Cammon;
$9 95 ti $13 for t'ood to choleo Extras.
Rye Flour was dull at $6 to $7.
Corn Meal was linn. Hales 600 bbl?. $4 for Jcraey;
$4 30 for Urandy wini-.
Tho Wheat market was quilo unsettled; holder? were
li mi. witb a fair doinuud from millers; but they did uot
buy frcoly. aud the cluse lu the hftwrnuon W?B very flat.
Sale? of 34,000 bushelu at $170 to $1 9H for- Cbicaito;
$l 75 to $1'JO for Milwaukee Club; and $1 (or Amber
Corn waa lo lower for No*-, and fairly active for con
mi i.ptlou anil export. Silos 7(',tO0 bushels ?est?ril
mixed nt 7i> to 83u for New and Old as lu .quality, in
cluding 30,000 bti-h'.-la r air to Hood New, after 'Change,
at 78 to 79c. a-.
OatB wore firmer und activo Sales 53,000 buphclu, In
cluding Now Western ut .0 to 54c; tho latter for No. 1
Chicago arrived through this Spriug, and btato at 63o
ltyo wan dull and unchanged. Wo quote Westorn at
83 to HSc, ami State at $1 l8
Barley was dull, and nominally unchanged.
Barley Mat was quiet.- , ,
PROVISION*.-Pork was very dull, ?but prices wero
woll ?upportcd Now Met.? closing., at $30 25 after
'Chance. Sales CHU bbla at $20 for Old Meta; 30 to
$30 38 for Now do; 21 26 to $24 60 for Prime.
Lard waa dull and uumiuaily uiiQhanged. We quote
at )'.?', to 20'?jC for No. 1 ; 21 to 21-X? tor Fair to Primo
.Steam ; and 22 to '-',<.. for Kettle Renderod.
Cut ?Meats wero dull, but without declino, at 12 y to
lillie f >r dry salted mid pick'cd Shoulders; 17}, to l8 Se
fir do. do. HaniH t'm ?alca including choleo swoet
pickled Hame at l?i,l4'o. ,*.'-?.
Bacon waa dull aud '?o lower; email aalos at 14 Kc for
Cumberland cut, and lA&a for short ribbed.
Bcel was firm ana lu good demand. Sales 603 bbl?..
nt $17 to $21 lor repacked Westorn: Mes?, and $21 to $26
for Extra do.
Tierce Hoof firm, with small ?'aloa at $31 to $34 for
Primo Mesa; $36 to $:I8 for India-Mess.
Beef Hams bring $47 to $48
Butter wa? tlntl and declining at 26 to 36o for Western
and Ohio; 35 to 42u for Ht.to.
Cheesn WHH dull ami uusettled.
COFFEK-Very dull h-avy. Salea 1000 bags Rio on
prlvato terms; '2 li i bags Java at?6 S to 26c. gold.
Con-En.-The market has become dull in consequence
of the unfavorable advices from?-England. In Dal ti-i ore
a a mull bualii-a baa iieeu doqo at 29c, ard 60,000 Iba
Portage Lake sold at 29o; Detroit is nominal al '.0"i?
FISH -Dry Cod dull and heavy at $4@4 76 for Orand,
and $5 Bu_i6 for George's Bank. Mookorel in bott?r
Htipp.v and active, but price? capter ; No. 1 Bay $19 _
19 50; No. 2 $18f?l8 60. Herring firm.
HAY.-Shipping Hay Is b-luging 20c *R 100 lbs. B?
tail lot? 90@i95o. ?
Hora-Continuo dull. Wo quote: American, 16@35o
for Inferior to Fair; 40(3)59?! f Jt Good to Prime; 5 5 ?j CD o
for Choice; Foreign, 4U($6Qtva. in quality.
l.iMK-bull and nominal at $1 60 for Common and $2
LAUD -There is a steady don.and fcr consumption at
0>,(<iJC *;?:, gold, according to quality.
Moi_-Ed.-Iho activity in the market continuos.
The pules to-day culbrae? 800 lihds Porto Rico at 711
76 couta; 400 hhda Rabila 64 centB; 126 hhda Barbados?
G3@?S6c; also, to gu to 1!,stun, 400 hhdi Porto Rico, and
40?. hhda t Croix, on piivate term?.
NAVAL STOHXH-Spirit? Turpentine remain? qutot at
96 to 98o. In common -liualii we notice a ?alo of 1000
bbl? at $3 ?'J. which ia lower, but clo?in< firm.
OILS-Lin-eed Gil Is held firm at $1 CO witb a mode
rate demand. Other 1). Is tend'tig up-? ard, but quiet. fj_
RICE-Very firm ut 0 to 9*?c for Rangoon. Sale? 600
bags, In bond, on j-t-taate terms.
SUOMI ? -The mai kel has been somewhat relieved from
lots i roslin? upon ?ji, aud closea with ho'.Uerrvery firm;
fair to good itetlnlng, 10 to Ui'^'c; fair to good U-rocorjr,
io?,: to nye. Solea- 1000 hhda at loy, to 12X>*for Cuba,
aim 13;,'o for Porto hico; also, 260 b.xe? on private
term?. Refined bugara firm, but quiet. '
TALLOW -The market wa? active at a Inr bcr advance
of '?c. taloa include 60 bbl? Wosteru, 12.V.C; 76 bLds
Western nye: aud 110,000 pounds prime City and
Uutcher's Association at l'i'i.
TOBACCO.-The?e Is more doi a in Kentucky. Sale?
310 hhils Kentucky, li yo to 22c; 20 c?B M Floiida, prl
TIN-'ho market'da quiet at 26c, gold, for S traits,
and 21c, gold, tor Banco.
WOOL.-Too markut for tho past few days ho? been
qnlte active. Stock IA light and holder? fir The
sales for the wenk conmrise 260,000 pounds Texa*. 250
bale? Capo, 60,0 0 pounds Ca iforula, and about 100 bax?
Extra, and 50 bags Super Pulled Wi.ols, at advanced
WUHKF.Y-Coi llniics dull. Western barrels nearly
nominal at $3 2?. to $2.26ii
FRF.inuTS-Have li-m more act ve In the ehlpm nt of
Corn to Livo pool, und rate? by ??earner aro yd bettor.
Tho engagements aro 30.000 ??uahela at n.'-'d by packet,
ond 4d by ste mer Nothing el so of imuorla ?ce ?ming
' ona ii; ure? |.c > - .. ia. I . ? ni."Hin H - llloncI
May. MU and SI.
300 bales Cotton, 7 baliB.Yarna. 107 bhla Naval Storea,
3 cara Lumber, 2 cara Furniture aud auuiirie-?. To J
Fraber *. Co, Adama, t.rost tt Co, w W Smith, J M
. ?son, W C -hires, Mrs O Barluit, P Thomas. Dr R A
Kinloch. Hunt _ Hro, K ?I Wien & Co. Mr-.usH. Vanees ?V
t:.?, H L J .Tura \- Co. t? U itaidu'era .?* ?JO, Willis ft t his
t-II, G W W 1 linis .v Co.-W'O Dukes & Co. J B E Mo.n,
C.tiiteruii, Barkley *c Co, U M ?tes 11 C .bin, & Co, (Jitib-i
?: Co, O H Wa 1er A: _?>, WB Williams, iii ?wry ft Co, J
Marshall. A Robinson ,v <'.?, Nat H?<? ward, fe. II Jack? n
B H Bardell, O E Prlt.-liott.. J ic F Dawson, L Whittaker
W P Dowling, Wuarton ifPet.ch, E Welling. E M Wita
lc>-* ., _______
^??_?-uam. ,L-.i I.'.IIII?.._.IIW.---?---i_?---???-i ?in.
Per steamship Adele, for' Bal iinorc-Mossie Klrkam
J BhiiFil-.-n, N M UM. B KI ?IS, uud 3 steerage.
POKT OA?_J_N ?Alt.
PHAS_> O? a*JIk MOON.
_t O 7th, 4h. 22in. even (First Q. 21st, 4h. 38m. mon
Now M. 11th, 9u 38m. morn| r'ull ii. 29ib, lu. 58m. mon
0..68 I S..61
12..2? i 12..M
I* O It T OF CII A RA K8 TON,
?Tloi-rcil VealiTiloy. [MAY Q
Tern J W Rumsey, Cranmer, FMI River, Masa-H :
Baker k Co. .
Sehr A H Learning, Ludia m, Philadelphia-U F Bake
k Co. .-.' .
Sobr Elllo L Smith, Smith, Philadelphia-Stroot, Bro? ,
8cbr JuUa E Oanaage, Wood, Bockport, Mc-Trout i
Went to Sea Suiitln j . [MAY :
Sobr KUio L Smith, Smith. Phtlade.pbbi. .
Kroiu thla Port. -,
Sehr E J Palmcrj Palmer, Baltimore, IKili inat.
Cleared, fbr this Poi-t." .
Sehr Jona? Smith, Nichols, al New York? May 17.
Sehr W R Reebo, Crawford at New York,.May 17.
Behr J 8 Lee, Brunnull, at Now York, May 17.
Tho r.to.imsh'p Kalorama, from this i?nrt' for Bait
ni- re, orrtvod in the Bampton Roads on tho 18th inst
Th?? (.ebra D 8 Wllliiraa, JLotln; N W Smith. To??ko
and Vapor, Boiiori, all from Now York for lins por
wero In at Norfolk on tie 16th Inat.
THE LIVERPOOL AND LUM!
GLOBE INSUB ANCE C0MPAN _
/Vssetts, $16,000,000 ia Gold*
$1,500,000 Iovested iu this Countrj
THE UNDERSIGNED IS PREPARED TO TAB
rli>ks in tbo above Company.
O. T. LOWNDES.
April 27 fmwlmo
TI Hil DAHI.IKUTO.V SOI lill I ' i; MO?.
THE80nTHERNER l8 PDBLI8nED REOULABI
every FRIDA? M0RMNO, at Darlinitton Cou
BonBO. 8. C, by JAMES M. BROWN, and Edited by 1
W. BO I), Esq. It lia? Just commenced Ita ?EVENT
VOLUME nuder very flittering auspices. It li a Uri
sheet, 1? printed on the beat of paper, aud the putiliab
1B determined to sparo noltber Uhor nor exponae
making it worthy ol tho largest patronagA Having
good atid rapidly gro?riilg circulation among the Plot
era and Mero_-U of Darlington District, and o J t
Pee Doe country ,ttoiler-? ?trono Indueexrient? to C
Merchant? and other? iiP-rimus ol makins- th em ?c
known nrouKh th? nodium ol adTert'??a_?ra*
BW AWAY WITH BPEOTAOLES_OLD EYE?
ians near, 'without Spectacle?, Doctor or Medicino
amphlet ruailed free on receipt of tea oenti, Addrets
. B. FOOTE, M. D., Ne. 1180 Breadw?T, New York.
?.MARHIAOE AND ?ELIBAOY,
n Essay of Warning and Instruction for Young Meu.
tso, Dlscasea and Abuses which prostrate the vital
owors, with sure moans of rellof. Hent iroe of cbargo
i sealed letter envelopes. Address, Dr. -J. 8KILLIN
lOUQHTON, Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
April 17 Sino.
j?-ARTIFICIAL EYE8.-AHTIFICIAL HU
?AN EYES made to order and inserted by Drs. F.
IAUCH and P. GOUGELMANN (forniorly employed by
loiaaONMRAU, of Paris), No. 699 Broadway. New York.
BW OOIiOATE'8 HONEY 80AP.-THI8 CELE
JBATED Toilet Soap, in such nnlvord demand,
i made from the choicest materials, la mild and
miolHr utin its naturo, fi ni; ni ii ti y vt-enlctl, and
ixtremoly beneficial in its action upon tlio akin. For
ale by all Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers,
February 7 J lyr
~~?W HILL'S HAIB DYE-FIFTY 0ENT8
1LA0BT OB BROWN.-Instantaiioona In effect, rollablr
or natural appearance, beauty of color and durability;
lim the oheapest and best in URO. Depot, No. (io Join
?treet, corner of William streot, New York, sud sold by
Druggists and Fanoy Gooda Stores everywhere. *?
Novembor 29 ? Orno
?.HPEOIAL NOTICE. - "(4REATOAK8 FROM
ittlo acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
aman raoe spring from causes so atnaH as to almost
efy detoction. The volumen of scientific lore that fill
the tables and shelves of the medical fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts. ,<
Then guard yourselves while yon may. The sxnailoet
pimple on the skin Is a tell-talo and indicator of discaso ;
It may fade and die away from tho surface of tho body,
but it will reach the vitals, perhaps, it last, and death
.Mthe result and final olose. MAOOIEL'S BILIOUS
iiYSPEPTIO, and DI A n it H KA PILL? oare wkoj-e ali
others fall. While for Barns, Reside. UhiHilaJns, Ont?
Mut aU abraalona of the skin, MAOGIPL'S Salve ta in
ramble. Sold or J. MAGGIEL. NO. ta Fulton-Btfeet,
New York, and all Druggists, at 26 cants per box.
September 26 lyr
i?*t)lliIEIlI.V OF No. ?9 IIA?NIC.STKEE?,
JUST RECEIVE? AND NOW IN STORE,
A FULL SUPPLY OF
?RUGS, PATENT MEDICINES
WHOLESALE; AUK .ITS FOR
DRAKE'S. PLANTATION " BITTERS
CONSTITUTION LIFE SYRUP,
?ND ALL THE RELIABLE PATENT MEDICINES OI
JOSEPH A. MOBGAN,
No. 153 MEETING-ST.,
OPPi.SITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
?MUSH AND \MMM BANK
l.N'COUPURATEB L'NDEll '?TIlIC COM.PA?
NIES" ACT, IHO?."
AUTHORIZED CAPITA!. ?.1,600,00?},
IS (50,000 SHARES OF ?30 ?.ACH.
Flrp-t Issue, 30,0I;I> Share:?, ami lim r?Mi>iin?.ler t-. ht I.
?ueil a? ?i ay bcrciiutred, undir the siactlou of i Otto
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK
Having opened Ofllw-s at No. fia WALL BTftEET. aV'r.M
VOt K, I? ]>r pare?! to ?nil Billi o* Ezeban?' > on Hu
KNGlalSH AND AMERICAN HANK (LIMITED), Ion
don, a>nl on tbo UNION BANE OC LO* DON j to bu;
Bills of Exi-hange, and to Ismo Oommeriial ?ml Trav-l
or?' Credit?, available lu all '?arl* of tim ?AIMbl. Cou.
merdai Credits issu? d for usu In lbs
EiST INDIE8, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL HI
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION 01
Farther particular? may bo ascertained on app'lr*?tirn
at t?o Office, No. 63 Wall street.
GEO. BUROHALL WA tTB, Asuistant Manar->ir.
April 2^ _ *****
NEWS AND HERALD,
J rui)I,I6IIr1.D AT
No. Ill Bay-street. Savannah. Ga.
OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY,
Ta aaa.gi'c? tho publication of
AB haying the
In tho City and County,
And I'nbllsbes tbe Le^al AJvorlistracnta of nearly ever.
County wbtob bas its AdvortUlD? done in H.ivavr.iiti.kti
It is tbo
-BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUiY
In Its Sect ??in of tsM ?ttatk*.
T ERMS :
Dally.$10 pet Aiiir.u
Tri-Weckly. 6 "
Weekly. 3 " ?.
S. W. MASON,
Editor und Proprietor.
April 11_ _
THE NEW Fall A.
a WEEKLY PAPER, PUBLISHED AT DAl*LIN(
?JL TON COURT noUSE, bal recently been tr-wi
Corred to us by Its original proprietors. Located in ti
?ame District, and only one sutton distant from ti
groat railroad centre of Florones, oar facilities Inr con
munication with all parts of tbe country, and especial!
jrltb tho cities of eli arion ton, Columbia and Wilmlnuto
from which wo aro nearly eoul-dlstant, ireunfuir?.-i?s?
Tbe Editor. J. H. NORWOOD, Esq., was forniorly w
kno?m to the prosa of tbe State u one of the orlg li
founders, and for sevoral years EAItor of tbe Darling
Flag, which psoer was discontinued at the beginning
tbe wau. Aa native? of the ?outb wo respocUully Bol 1
a share of the advertising pa tronico.
J. L. OO-iVEl k CO., Publisher?.
aJirinnuouO. t?., t?.c. Decemter*t. lim
BW THE WEJb KLY I.EOOIU> 0x3 bK Pul
0HAHE? at H. P. BUOG'S, Markst-atrdAi, v?.l M. 1
QUINN'H, KlQg-sti-oet, at which pltooa nawsb*.?.?.: ??n I
.<?T*Nonap6xa trill bo NHIIM UM VfHoe ?U,i.
Mri-sst. t cc-.'nb-t t
.ATURE'- OWN REMEDIES.
lengress Spring Water.
Empire Spriup* Water.
Columbian Spring Water.
NO NATURAL OR ARTIFICIAL COMPOUND HAR
et boen discovered or MANUFAOTORKD that equals tbeso
raters a? a PREVENTIVE, RELIEF AND PERMA
IENT ODRE, for many temporary and chronto dls
a?e?, as proved by the experience of many thousands
rho have drank them for years, ?nth thomoat bon eucla
la a cathartic, oltoratlve and tonic, and isa valusb*
emody for affoetlona of tho blvor and Kidney?, Dys
u.psla. Gout. Obronlc Constipation aud Catansoai d_
T*,;...11 *~a T. P?wcrtul Preventivo of tho Fovers
oid Bilious Complaint?, so prevalent in warm climates.
I? a cathartic, and a valuable remedy for Rheumatism.
ileraugemeut of the Liver, Dise-es of tho Skin and
leucra1 Dobility. Ita effect* nro most salutary In i ana
Disease?, It 1? an almost ?vin- otra* for xcrotulu and
;ho moat aggravat?d forms ol Dyspepsia. As a niKVT
rrvK AND ou_c for all BUlous DoraiiKouiout? It H tan da
-tirlvaled. ' tT
Is a tonic ond diuretic of a highly beneilclal character
_d la a roHiTivK IIKMEDV tor Diabetes, Oravol. Calculo?!
Irritation aud Inflammation of tbo Ridnoys ?uri B'aildor
?iid baa moat singularly activo ?fleets In restoring thee?
organ? when debilitated by long disease. Ft-aluB who
have suffered for years from Irregularity, and tho dis
tressing die-sea known only to their Bex, have been"
entirely ourcd by tho faithful and judicious uso of no.
LU M H IAN WATER. -
Those wators aro bottled fresh and pure, from oaoh o f
tho above-named Spring?, in ?o carobil aud secure a
manner that thoy pre ?arve aR their medicinal value for
year?, and wiU be found,equally eulcaclous when drank
thousand? of milea distant, aa when taken directly from
Beware oj Imitations and inferior Waters; tho corks ot
all gonulno Congress, Empire and Columbian Water*
are branded on the sido' of the cork, thus :
fOok-ORKsa WATEB, )' I KMIIIIK WATEH.1
[ O. A E. 8. Co. f- (Ci E. H. Co? J
1 COLUMBIAN WATEB, )
U. A li. S. Co. |
Packed aafely and aoouroly, In boxea sultablo for ship
ment to any part of. the world. Congre?s and Empire .
Waters In boxes, containing 4 Dozen Pints, or 2 Dozen
Quart Bottles each. Columbian Water in boxes contain
ing 4, or 6 Dozen Half Pints, or 4 Dozon Pint Bottle.
Bold by all Druggists, Hotels, Wine Merchant?, and
Sold only at Wboleaale by
HOTCi-l- SONS, Pro-Ts.,
No. 92 . Be_man-street. N. T.
OS" Orders by mall receive prompt attention.
Maroh IB thstuSmo
AND 8IOKNE88 PREVENTED BY USING T"_*,CEL_
"' FAMI?-Y MEDICINES.
AMONG WHICH ARIJ,
MARSHALL'S UTERINE CATnOLI?ON,
'Which will infallibly, positively, invariably cure aR
those torturing, perplexing, and debilitating symptom?
commonly kuown ai FEMALE UI.-EASE, \VEAKNEt_,
IRREGULARITIES, etc., which weary and render, uu
happy so m?ny women between the ago?? of 16 and CO,
fur whleh the medical proieselou seeks In vain for a
remedy, and from which wealth, position, deli-ey, and
refinement ufford no exemption. ?
Read tho foUowlng :
.LAFAYKT?T, EY.. June 21, 1800.
I am a graduate of the regular Mt dieu! tiollegea. Eight
cou mouths ngo I had coven canea of fetvero female d
easa which I lind onlirely laileii to cur.. One lady had
c< nsl-ft hysterics; ouo Imil e\ery sxniptou of epileptic
roiiynlsiou? coiiseqti.-nt upon iierangeil menstruation;
others had whites, uilliii;; Irrcgiilaritua, and all the se
ver?' 'aymptomB of continued uterino deraiigement.
Raving my ottoutlon called to MAlt.*_AI.L'ti L'TERINH
OATHOLICt'N. I used It, at d it cured every cato. Thora
has not heon usiuulof-luinih its ??i?ci-,ilion.
r, 3. NORTUING'ION, M. D.
ijS5-Seo that the seal of tho (lim-tenherg Company 1?
on every bottle."?*}.
THE Gi:Ai:r_:?*Bi-:no vi OETABLE TILLS
Aro tim best In tho world fur family nye. and for lndl
gesiiou - Constipation -Ilou.hicbi - Nci ?ulianeM- Bil
lousiioes -Heartburn - Acidity- Pauses- Flatulence
Want of' Appetite-Dyspepsia-Liver Complaint-Grl
t)u necouut ol their gr< tit ii'ildiie??, and from the fact
that thvy never (?rip. ?, i.uut?eet?-, <?r leave the howelF In a
i ii(,tl;iRU'il condition, the ijrnelni.lii>rg rill? Will be
lound more pie--am tliaituny others.
H?fT'Prlce 26 tonta .>. r lu?s, on I_< receipt of one. dol
lar iour boxea Will bo htnt by niail, lrot? of postage, tc
any pai-t of the country.
DYSENTERY 8YU?P.- Price 61) cents.
Iufuilible lu oil cate? of bowil wuiiplaiiibi, aud a oor
titi: euro tor ASIATIC C11 ??LERA.
GREEN MOUNTAIN Oi:-? "MENT-Price 26 cents.
BafVQt Burns. Brui ma, S< itUi?, tild Hone, Chilblains,
Chanped'Skln, <'old Koro?., and whi.rover ther? is In -
tl.tiii -:ition. It act? like iniij-le.- ".U
?Kf-Tho 01 tmeut is guaranteed a? the beat applica
tion in tin* world for tboahevo It act? moro quickly
and certainly than any other over offered to tho public
CHILDREN'S PANACEA.-00 ceJiU.
SARSAPARILLA COM VOV D.-f 1.
CONSUMPTIVE'? BALSAM.-$3. ^.
EYE LOTION.-25 coot?
HEALTH BITTERS.-- cents.
FEVER AND AGUE REMEDY.-60 couta
MANUAL OF HEALTH-- cent?. A completo Farn*,
ly Physician. 8eut by wail on receipt ol 2o cents.
THE ORA'i-T2SBERO FAMILY MEDICINE8 are pre
pared under tba immediate supervision of a SKILFUL
PHYSICIAN', and they may ho rclUd upou la all cases.
?arTH?YARE PURELY VEOETABLE,-=S?
JSar-Tbey _OY,Q been tbo loading American Remedies
for 20 yoars. *
Sold, wholesale and retail, by THE GRAEFENBERQ,
COMPANY, No 130 William str.-et. New York, and by .
the trade generally.
J8_-T1IC trat- supplied on Ubernl term?, by
_?NG & OASSIDEY,
March 17 *tistnth?_os DUART ESTON. 8. O.
BEAUTY . - Al/BURN.
Gr.ldf n, Fl ixni. mid
Hill, cn OUR L8 pr? d 'cod by
tho uso of Prot. I)i:llitnn5
F'?I "R LE CHEVEUX
DDP application warranted
to .?curl tho most strntgb'.
and atti bo- n hair of either
sex Into wavy rin^l? ta <>r heavy missive coria. Has bron
UBCd by ti o f iShtonahlc-H of fails and London,"with tho
most gratifying r,Bi)-tu Doe? no injury to the hair.
Price by mnll, sealed und losipald. Si. lieacrlptive cir
culars mailed freo Add" ss, Bl- RtTEB. BRUITS & CO.,
Oheinibt?, No. 285 ltlvci ?licet, Ttoy. ?. Y. Solo nf.enta
for the United Matos. tut-,? limn May 8
KI SKI l18 AND MUS
TA Cm 8 forc-d to
grow upon the smoothest
laen in I'?otu three to flvo
?'Miks by luina Dr. SEViO
N F. * S RLRTAUHAIUER
OAl'fLLM.'-E, tbo -most,
wonderful discovery io mo
dern science, acting up?n
tbo Beard and Hair In au almost mlraoiilonn rnannor. It
has buen uued by tho elite of Paris and Loudon with tho
most flattering sneeef ?J. Names of ?11 purchasers will
be reglsteied, and if ontlro bsilnfarlioii I? not given In
every Instance, tho money vet 1 bo cheerfully refunded.
Price by mall, aaalcd aud postpaid, $). Descriptive cir
culars and testimonial- mail d fr?*o Address BERGER,
SHUT IS_ CO, Chemists. No ?IS5 Rlver-fctreot, Troy,
N. Y. Sole agent? for the United SUles. ;
May 7_ "UJ.'_____
THE BARN-WM LI. HW*? TI ?K1?.
THE PUBLICATION OF THIS PAI'I'R. WHICH OT
FIOE wa? destroyed in February l??t by the Poder?
srray, ho? be?n reaiune<l. It I? the only paper published
In that largo and popnloui PUtHot, and to merchant? and
bualnoas mon poete?aeii ?dv?ntages seldom met with.
Terms for advertising. ?1 pot ?qtiare ol twelv*. Unca, OK
less, tor saan lasertiop. Sub-iipiion to paper, $3 pa?
.'?Teh l*i attainment,