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THDB8DAY MORNING, MAY 31, 18G6.
MANTO-LIM BEDIVIVUS.-On tho 16th instant, ii
3t. Louis, a man named W11. 13. SMITH attemptec
commit suicide for tho fourth timo, and, as ii
le three others, was unsuccessful. Having ro
ired at his boarding houso the night previous at
isual, ho was missed from his "hash" next
norning. The chambermaid entered his room,
Hound him apparently lifehss.', gavo tho alarm, and
the doctors wero sent for. Three empty papore
sud two full ones, all labelled "morphine," were
discovered next to tile "corpso," together with
the following harrowing epistle :
/ . ' ST. Louis, Mo., May 10, 1866.
j Dear ar\ti Darling Wife .--This is my lastlettor
/toyouy-^l have tiiod to be kind to you, and have
/ dolyou 1 could do, butmi?fortuna has overtaken
? ybib, and I seek a rost from all my sorrow.
(God hloas you-the loas of you, with the gloomy
11 prospect ahead, could be on dtired ; but tho thought
' that moh are mean enough to rob me of that
which I have honestly made is too much for mo
I to enrvive. Lot ono that has eau sod mo to do
|]th?B rash act forgive. God bless you and prospor
foil, over. The hereafter has no terror for me. I
in not afraid to dift Hbed no tear of sorrow for
10, but plant a single TOBO on my grave, and
[hen you, in the hour of gloom, feel that life is a
len,< only lot my memory be held in quiet sad
_*> as of one too eentltive to brook tho aspen
a? of this world. Dear, I wish you to have me
iken cafe of, and wear tho suit of mourning for
10 and'remain single during life. May Goa, in
is mefcy, save my soul and DIOSB you, is my final
rayer. Good bye, dear wife, foroTer,
WILLIAM B. SMITH.
Deariwife, I hope I may meet you in beaven.
NOTE TO 'niS OOBONKB.
I Coroner will please have it put In the papers,
D it will bo road, and lot all young folks tako
faming by me, and you will oblige me.
WILLIAM B. SMITH.
Two dootoro answered tho call; they began ope
latioDfl simultaneously upon the self-immolating
JMITII, the one with a stomach pump, the other
ith a galvanic battery. Under their vigorous
operations the unhappy SMITH rocovorod, "under
r?test," and was as comfortable at last accounts
a man oould well be, who bad boen pumped
id shocked for hours.
A STOBT OF TWO LOVES-A Pousn HUSH AND DE
UTS HIS WIFE AND IS ABBESTED FOB STEALING
OWN CHILDBEN-Some thirteon years since
enry Wikouski, living in the suburbs of Warsaw,
jland, desorted his wife and two infant ohildren
id carno to this country, taking up his residenco
r first in New York city, and procoeding thonco
St. Louis. In the course of a year or two the
ife had nolleoted enough money to bring herself
id chitaron to the New World in pursuit of the I
ithlees ono. Arriving at Now York she heard
?at he had gone to St. Louis, to which place ?ho
nmodiately proceeded. There she was unable to
tarn anything more of bim, he having left. She
raited for a year or two trying to discover his
hereabouts, without suocess. Then, believing
?at he must bo dead, sho decided upon marrying
second time, and did so, after procuring a di
vorce. 1 In company with her busband, Jacob
franklin, ehe then came to this city to live, briog
iig with her the two children boforo mentioned.
Not long since she discovered that the husband,
Whom sho had supposed dead, was living in this
city, UaVing married a very pretty young Gorman
woman. Quite recently her two children, who
had been away in the northern part of the State,
failed to retnrn at tho appointed time, and her
second husband immediately swore out a warrant
against Wiitouski, charging him with ohild-steol
ing-atealing bia own children. All the parties
interested made tboir appearance in the Police
Oourt yesterday, when Franklin waa surprised
and confusod at receiving from Dayton a tele
gram stating that the children were there in
The Charleston Cotton Market.
Yesterday there wore only ten bales sold, Strict Mid
dling bringing 880. per lb. The market was quiet, with
a downward tendency.
AUGUSTA, May 29.-COTTON.-Market unsettled.
fioles range from 88 to 86 couts for Middling to Good
GOLD.-Brokers buying at 135, and selling at 138.
SILVEB.-Brokers buying at 128, and selling at 130.
00M7KBD8, May 28.-COTTON-Within the past four
days middling ootton has advanced from 26 to 80 cents.
Solea have beeu rather brisk. Yesterday the market
was 28 to 32c. The receipts and shipments ora In excess
of those last week
StookSept. 1. 6,001
Beceived past week. 126
Shipped past week. 221
Stock May 29th. 6,187
MOBILE, May 25.-COTTON.-We notice a good de
mand to-day but confined to a foiv bnyers under the
?dvanco rates. Pact um are offering more freely lots
which have been heretofore held under limits. Some
sales have been made at 35o. bnt moat of tbo traduc
tions of the day were effected at our middling figures.
Sales to-day 800 bales, the market closing firm at 8C to
-c for Middling.
Sales for the week 4250 bales.
MONETAHY AKD FINANCIAL-The Gold market is still
excited and quotations show an advance over yesterday.
The supply on Bale is small, but some holders late in
the day showed a disposition to nalke. We quote 140
Sterling has ruled at tho tame figure.
New York Sight U to ?? premium.
New Orleans Sight, par.
Hew Orleans Market.
NEW OBLEANS. Mo* 25.-COTTON.-The movement
was resumed to day with a fair degree of Spirit, and al
though oporations were restricted by the high preten
sions of factors for the descriptions most in request, yet
the solea summed up 2400 bole?, token by twelvo
brokers at prices showing rathor more Irregularity in
mixed lots, but continued buoyonoy m the better
.qualities. We quote, as before, ordinary at 27 to 80c,
good ordinary at 31 to 33c, low middling at 85 to 37c,
and middling at 89 to 40o; otrlot ordinary sold as high
as 33>io, and strict low middling at 36? and 3JJ?o.
The sales for the past three days sum np 7000 bales,
making a total for the week of 18,000 against 9700 lost
week. The rocoipt? proper for tho week (exolndlng tho
Arrivals from Mobile, Florida and Texas, which are em
brarod In their respective statements), comprise 5207
bales against 5460 last week, showing a furtner docreaao
of 268 bales. The week's exports ombrace 16,603 bales,
of which 12,682 were to foreign ports and 2721 coast
STATEKEtrr OF COTTON.
Stock oa bond 1st September, 1866.bales.. 83,239
Beceived previously. 101 MO
Cleared to-doy. nono
BOOAB AND MOLASSES- There have been receipts from
the coast ainoe yesterday of 51 hhds Sugar-no Molas
ses. There'was some inquiry to-day,, and the solos
.comprised 13 bhds strictly prlaie Louisiana Sugar at
16Jio; 60 hhds fair Cuba at l8?o: 100 boxes at 12,'i. and
100 boxes in five lots at 12,??@l2J?c for No 12j UXAlU
for No 14, and 16o for No 16. Louisiana Sugar has been
retailing at 12?18o for common to fair, 14>?@14?io for
fully fair, I5@i5>ic for prime, I6X0 for yellow cloriOed,
?nd 10>?o for white. ,
The only sate of Molosses waa a lot of 100 bblc Mus.
?ovado at 6O0 por gallon. There la a stock of about G000
hhds Cub? Molasses on hand, which is held ot better
prices. We are Informed that, at the present price of
gold, and the market value of Molasses In Cuba, It would
cost here over 6O0 per gallon. The market for Sugar
and Molasses has boen dull during the week, ord tho
previous eales for the week are confined to 160 bbls
louisiana Sugar at 12?o for good common to fair, 140
for second, and 15,Ki for prime and strictly primo. On?
hundred boros Cuba Sugar sold at the above prices, and
40 hhds and 115 bbls Porto Ulco fair at l8'io per lb. Of
Molasses, the previous eales ara confined to a cargo of
80 bbls, 24 toa, and 107 hhds Cuba, at 40o per gallon.
Week's receipts, 107 hhds Louisiana Sugar-no Mo
lasses. Cleared, 181 bbls Molasses. The foreign im.
porta comprise 90 hhds and 950 boxes Sugar, 497 hhds,
22 tierces and 80 los Molasses.
WKBTXBH PBODUOB AND PBO VISIONS,-Balny weather
-cheokod op?rations, and the movement to-day was con
sequently on a small scale. The market for Corn was
firmer, prices are fuller, and Bacon was more In deniand
find commanded botter prices, Other Western Produce
is quiot, hut Arm and uncbangod. Wo rofer to tho foi
, lowing remarks for full particulars of tbo market:
FLOUR.-Wo have to noto a very dall market to-day,
and prices are ruling downward. The talcs wcro con
Unod to 100 -bia mpcillno at $9 26, 60 a*d 188 good ox
tra at $12,-400 choice extra at $18, and IO? a? $14 60 pet
bbl. Tho market his bren depressed fcuroughout tho
, week, and prices show a total decline . *6o per bbl,
with sales of 6600 bblo, at $7 37 J. to $7 BO lor fine, $9 26
I to $10 for superfine, $10 ?0 to $11 for low extra, $11 60
, to $12 60 for good oxtra, and $18 to $13 26 for choleo
extra. Week's roceipts 12,172 bbls ; cleared 13,808
i Conn.-Tho markot was Armor and better prices wer?
. obtained to-day, although operations woro restricted by
' rainy whotber. Tho sales comprised about 3000 Backs,
, In lots, at 87>io p?*r bushel for yellow and 96o for white.
, There has been a fair demand during the week, but at
? fluctuating prices; the sales embracing 02,000 sacks at
i 86 to 92Ko for mixed and yellow, 90o to $1 per bushel
forwhlto. Week's recclptB, 62,696 Maka; cleared, 14,447
OATS-Are in light supply and in good demand at yes
terday's outside price; 200 sacks sold at 67c per bushel,
which was refused for 600 more. Prices have advanced
fully'So per bushel during tbo week, with sales of 10,000
sacks at 64 to 67c per bushel. Week's receipts, 9374
sacks; cleared, 630 sacks.
RnAN-The markot ia very duH, and only 200 sacks
have sold to-dav at $1 20 per 100 lbs. Dullness has been
tho prominent feature throughout the week, with sales
offabout 4600 sacks at $116 to $1 20 per 100 lbs. Week's
H AX-We bave not any sales to report to day. The
market has been very quint during the wook. Thorn
were sales, however, of 7000 bales Western at $21 60 9
ton for good Western, and $22 to 22 60 for primo.
Week's receipts 1069 bales.
BACON-There is very little on hand. It was very
much In request to-day, and there woro sales of 0 casks
shoulders at 14\o; 26 at 14>ic; 16 casks ribbed sides at
18><lo. and 12 do clear aldea at 19>_o <fl lb. Owing to
insufficient supplies ouly a retail business has been done
during Hie week at 14,?_ to 14#o %? lb lor ahouldors, l8
to 18>__ for ribbed sides, 10>. c for clear sides, 22c for
plain hams, and _6>i to 26o for sugar cured hams.
Wcok's roceipts 1101 casks; cleared 7 casks.
PORK has boen in better supply, but less in demand
during the past week, and priera are fully 60o <5> barrel
lower. 1 hero wore no round sales reported to-day, but
previously about 1000 bbls wore sold at $32 60 to 82 76 V
bbl. It bas boen retailing al $33 and 88 26 f, barrel.
Week'? receipts 3929 bbls ; cleared 4 bbls. .
STAB CUNDUCS have beon moro in demand, and severa
hundred boxes, 12 oz, sold at 19o per lb. The retail do.
mand Is supplied at 19>?o for ia oz, 21o for 14 oz, and
25c for 16 oz.
BUTTE?, AND CHEESE-The supply is in excess of the
dornend, and prices show a downward tendency.
Choleo Northorn butter is Belling at 66 to COo, Western
'0 to 45c. and common at 26 to 80o per lb. Oheeto ia
duU, at 16 to 20 cents for Western, and 16 to -5c for
GBKEH MEAT-There la very little on htnd. The last
round aalet of ahouldors were at 12 ??o per lb. 8houldera
are rotailing st 14c, and sides at ICo per lb.
Soar.-A lot of 100 boxes Palm Soap sold at 93.c
LAUD,-Thoro is very little on hand, and sales aro re
stricted in oonseqn ?cce. A lot of 26 tleroes prime sold
at 23c per lb. It Is retailing at 23o In tierces and 24o
in kegs. Week's receipts 120 tierces, 462 keg. ; cleared,
WHIU-BV.-The market is well supplied, bnt dull.
There is only a retail bualnosa doing at $2 26 to $2 36
per gallon for Western reotl?ed. Week's receipts, 816
bbls; cleared, 116 bbls.
INDIA BAGQINO.-Tho stock is small, and la mostly
held by dealers and speculators. The demand for the
country la supplied at 29o per yard in rolls and 'Ile in
BALE ROPE.-A lot of 80 colls sold yesterday st 17>_o
per lb. Dealers are supplying the demand for the
country at 18c per lb.
SUNDRIES.-Potatoes are soiling on the landing at
$2 26 to $3. On ion ? $3 to $3 74. Bgg s $16 to $19 per
bbl. Chickens $8 per dozen. Goose $9 and Turkeys
$36 per dozen.
Cover.*.- Thom * ver ' is littlo doing, owing to the
fluctuations in gold. Sales from second hands aro
making at the advanced prices of 20 to 30c por lb, cur*
rency, for ordinary to prime Rio. The total direct Im
ports comprise 35,137 baga. The week's salea compriso
385 sacks at 20c. Wo quote good fair to prime at 20 to
20>ic ; choice 2Io per lb. Stock on hand 9036 sacks.
FfiKian-rs.-The markot continues dull, both foreign
and elsewhere. Tho rates are X to f?o per lb for cotton,
and 46 to 60c por bbl for flour by sall for New York and
Boston ; 75o per bbl for flour and le per lb for cotton by
steam for New York. A nailing vessel was taken for
New York at the above rates. Sailing vessels for Liver
pool obtained Jid per lb for cotton and steamers H to
Xd, and sailing vcsiola for Havre 1 ;,' to l,l.c per lb.
MEMPHIS, May 26.-COTTON.-Tho market yesterday
was quiet. The continued showers depressed business
to a great extent. Holdora were firm. Tho inquiries
were lair, with light offerings. The New York noon
dispatch sold: "Cotton buoyant! Upland Middling 40(3)
41o; Orleans 42@43c*" Over 300 -Slea chanced hands
here at the following rates: Middling at 33@34c; Good
Middling at 30037c; Low Middling at 32c; Good Ordi
nary at 29@30c. The market close a buoyant with prices
firm. The following are the quotations.
Good Ordinary.29 t_J30
Low Middling.31 @32
Strict Middling.30 <_,
Good Middling..36 @
WILMINGTON, May 29.- T?RPBNTINK-Only 23 bbls
offeredon markot and Bold at $6 26 for new virgin, and
$3 25 for yeUow dip per 280 pounds.
SPIRITS TTTRPENTTN?. -Market quiot. Salon of only
30 bbls at68y. cents, and 4 do at 69 couts per gallon for
ROBIN.-Sales of 20 bbls common at 82, and 24 do No
2 at $3 per bbl; and 148 do pale at $7 60, $8, $3 12>,,
$8 26 and $8 50 per 280 pounds, na In quality.
COTTON.-Market unsettled and no eales reported.
TIMBER.-Sales of 4 rafts at $7 60, $8, $9 and $10
BALTIMORE, May '?6-COFFEE- Markot quiet and
holders Arm; some inquiry for primo Rio, which Is
hold at 20 J. to 20>.c, gold. Wo bavo only to report
salea of SO bags Rio at 18c, gold, low grade; 60 do 2.1>.c
currency. British brig Brothers is in the bay, from Rio,
with 2805 bags coffee, which increases the stock of Rio
In Importers' hands to 10,600 bags. Since writing the
above we hear of 300 baga, por brig Redwing, on private
terms ; 60 bags cholcp Rio at 20"1?c; 60 do fair to good at
l8.1, to 19?. c, gold.
Fi/Oira.-There is some inquiry for Supers, both for
export and tho local trade, but all kinds are K-ii-'o and
hold linn. Wo report a Bal. of good Northwestern at
$10 25. The offerings on 'Chango to day wore chiefly
Northwestern Extras, which aro Arm at $11 to $11 25;
200 bbls sold at $11. High grados of Extra aro in limit
ed supply, and hold at high figures, far beyond the Um
ita of shippers. Rye Flour le in better request, and pri
ces show an Improvement. Wo notieo a salo to-day of
100 bbls. Spring Garden brand at $6 25 pea bbl. Quota
tions are unchanged. We ropeat, viz: Howard-street
Super and Out Extra $10 to 10 60; do Extra Shipping
$11 60 to 12; do high grades $12 to 13; do Family $14
to 15; Ohio Super and Out Extra $10 to 10 25; do Extra
Shipping $10 60 to li; do retailing $11 60 to 12 60; and
do Family $18 50 to 14 60; Northwestern Super $0 76 to
10; do Extra $10 50 to 11 60; Olty Milla Super $9 76 to
10; do shipping brands extra $13 60 to 14; do Standard
Extra $11 to 11 60; do high grade Extra $ 15? Baltimore,
Welch's and Greenfield b emily $17 per bbl. Rye Floor,
new, $6 to 6 26 per bbl. Corn Meal-Olty Milla and
Brandy wine $415 to 4 40 per bbl.
GRAIN.- Wheat was in light receipt to-day; 616 bush
ols primo and choice Maryland Rod offerod and Bold at
$?_}3 16, the highest figures yet attained for choice red.
Western Spring reda are quoted at $2 1B@2 20 ?fl bush
el. Com-18,200 bushels white, and only 1200 bushels
yellow offered; the market opened strong, with sales of
good to prim? white, 4000 bushels, at 01@95o; 3000
bushels mixed and ordinary sold at 90@92o; 540 bushels
yellow at 88@90o "& bushol. Oats, receipts small; 1100
bUBhela light weight Bold at 72o; heavy Northwestern
quoted at 61@06o, weight
MOLASSES-We report eales of 66 hhds Porto Rico
at 65?C7 cents; 30 do Cuba Muscovado at 60 cents por
PROVISIONS.-Quite an activo demand sprung np yes
terday from tho trade, and has continued to day. Yes
terday 100 hhds Bulk Shoulden Bold at 13% cents; 100
hhds Bacon do at 14 ?? centa; 100 do Sides at 17>? cents.
To-day 60 hhds Bulk Shoulders at 14 cents; Sides held
at 17 cents; 26 hhds Bacon Shoulders at 14J? cents; 26
do Sides at 17 j; cents. Jobbers are Boiling freely in
smaller lots at 16 and l8 conta for Shoulders and Hides,
but at the close there were strong indications of an ad
vance on these flguroi. Wo have also to report to-day
salos of 160 bbls Mess Pork at $31; 60 bbls Primo Mess
at $29 60; 60 do Rnmp at $26 per bbl, and 225 tierces
Butchers' Lard at 21}., cents per lb.
RICE-Is held firm; wo hear of a sale of 100 bags Ran
goon at New York for this markot, at 9>i cts. Carolina
lu light supply, and bold at 12 to 12>-? cfs per lb.
Kui;AH-Was quiet to-day; buyers aro unwilling to
meet the advanced views of holders; the only sale re
ported was lOhhdB Porto Rico at 13>. to 1V? cts.
TALLOW.-We report a sale of 20,000 lba Association
at 12 'i cts per lb.
WHISKEY-Supply out of bond vory light, and with
some Inquiry the market is firm ; wo quote Country and
Wo?tern at $2 27 to 2 28 por gallon.
New York Market,
The financial article of tho New Xork World of Mon
day, 28th inst., saya :
The sharp pinch in the money market caused by the
extraordinary demand for currency to pay for tho gold
Bold by government during the woek exhausted Itself
yesterday, and to-day loans on call aro eany at 0 to 7 por
ount. Thla caso In thp monoy market will be increased
next week by the disbursements of government, on ac
count of over $20.000,000 of one yoar certificates bear
ing dates of June, July, and August, 1866, which the
Secretary has advorttood, must be presented for re*
demptlon hore or at Washington, and that after next
Thursday, May 31, Interest will ceaao theroon. In addi
tion to this tram of over $ 217,000,000, wbloh is likely to
Me thrown noon the market In search of employment,
the Treasury la redeeming dally, compound Interest
notes, and it 1B stated that the SecroUry will adopt a
policy more for the national Interesta, whloh wUlreduoa
pi-rmsnenOy the temporary loan. _, "
The gold market has been active and oxelted through,
out the week. On Monday It opened at 130J?, waa sold
down by government to 1_0>_, the lowest, and advancod
to HJfy Sie highest on Friday, closing to-day weak at
137 j; to 13P. ander the Influenco of heavy short eales by
stook operators. The ?pecio shipments for tho week
are 811,359.218, inolucllny Wednesday's shipment from
Boston, and $9.421,766 from this port The Custom
House receipts for the week amount to $2,349,454, and
the amount paid during tbo samo period for gold In.
forest ?ne May 1st is $940.100. The rales paid for
oorrying gold to-do*, ranged from 7 to 14 per cent per
annum. Tbo Timos of this morning published the fol
lowing semi-official figures of tho gold movement sinco
Moy 1st, making tho total balance In tho Treasury this
morning $54,470,000, of wblcb $22,000 belong to the
holders of orange-eolered gold notes, and $32,000,000 to
Gold In Treasury, May 1,1866. $70,676,000
Increase of deposits for gold notes. 13,600,000
Iteccivod for customs at Now
York. $9,806 000
And at tho outports. 3,102000
Total in gross.$102,684,000
Interest paid since May 1, at New
And at all other offices.. 3,500.000
Sales of gold slnco May 1,approx
imated . 32,600,000
Balance in Treasury May 26.$54,470,000
Tho customs duties this week, $2,349,454, loas tbo
gold interest paid, $040,100, will add about $1.400.000
to tbo Treasury balanco, but it is stated, on good au
thority, that the sales or gold since May 1 amount to
$30,000,000, instead or $82,600,000. If tbeso figures are
correct, then tbo gold belonging to Government in the
Treasury ot tho closo of this doy amounts to ovor $30,
000,000. To this sum the enstoms duties will add ovor
$2,000.000 weekly. From this total muBt bo deducted
about $4.000,000 still unpaid for tbo Interest due on
May 1. In July about $10.000,000 are payable for gold
coin interest on bonds, and by that dato novornmont is
likely to have on band over $40,000,000 m gold, provid
ing none is sold in tbo interim.
Tho foreign exchange market is dull for sixty-day
lillie, as prudont firms oro not willing to inonr tho risk
of remitting anything but three days' sight bills. Soma
primo bankers oro offoring direct tholr storling sixty
day bills at 109*_, loss a full brokerage, while asking
111?; net for three days' sight Although tho panio
has subsided In London, the advance to twelve nor cent.
In the Bank of England's rate of discount, and tbo ex
perience of the past are warnings that the number of
failures is not by any means yet completed. The recent
heavy Bhipmonts of gold oro ovldonco of tho "hord-up"
condition of foreign firms and their correspondents
abroid. Theso foreign firms havo boon enabled to buy
and ship the gold thoy have during tho last fortnight hy
soiling their bills of exebang? and acceptances for the
cash of Americans. In othor words, the United
States have given their cash for the bills of Europoan
firms, and thus hove furnlthed Europo with the means
to bny and export American gold, thereby assisting to
fiostpono for a time the public development of the
osses and Insolvency of Europeans. The cotton ship
ped to Europe slnco Decomber has boen chiefly for for
eign account, and the losses by depreciation of markot
values since January, which tbo London Timos esti
mates for Great Britain at ?130,000,000 or $050.000,000
will be cloaked up and carried on again for a time hy
tho suspension of tho Bank act in London, sud by
the roady cash furnished by tho heavy shipments
of gold from this port, through the Instrumentality
of American cash, exchanged in New York, fur
tho bills of exchange and acceptance? of Urn t
class foreign firms. In short, Knropran Insolvency
will bo concealed for a time by the use of American
capital, obtainod through tho anomalous condition of
our foreign exchanges, which are wholly In the batuta
of forolgu Arma These foreign Urina am forced to
raise money In Now York, and krop their balance? lu
London lnstool ot New York, whenever tho Hank of
England chooses to "turn the screw" upon them. By
this means tho Bank or England oxorelsea at pleasure
an iulluenco hostllo to the interests of ?ho United Staten,
and our governmental and commercial policy is parti
cent criminit In this Happing of our national Intorests.
Tho movements of the Bank of England since Dooombor
havo boon ospoclally directed with a viow to lowor the
prices of Cotton and live-twenty Bonds. Middling
Cotton slnco January has been reduced from 3l)?d to
about 13d; and Five-twenty Bonds from 70 to 04, chiefly
through tho agoncy of the Bank of England.
NEW YOBK, May 28.-COTTON.-The Liverpool in
telligonce this morning was rather disappointing to
speculative holders, and the accounts of the growing
crop aro more favorable; but prices were well supported
with a good business. Sales 3600 bales at 40 to 42c for
BnxADSTUFFS.-The market waa dull and generally
lower. The common grades of State and Western
Flours wero 10 to 16c. lowor; the good medium grados
were firm. Sales 6000 bbls at $7 40 to $8 25 for Supers ;
$8 40 to $8 90 for Extra State; $9 to $10 for Oholoe do;
$9 40 to $9 85 for Shipping Bound Hoop Oblo; $9 to $13
for Extra Western; $13 25 to $17 for Double Extra
Wostorn and Ht. Louis. Southern Flour was Arm but
quiet Sales 600 bbls st $11 to $1S for Supers; $12 15 to
$17 for Fancy and Extra.
Canada Flour was scarce and nominal.
Ryo Flour was firm at $0@6 76 for Fine and Super
Corn Meal was firmer. Sales 600 bbls, at $4 40 for
Jersey, $4 60 for Western, and $4 76 for Broadvwlno.
The wheat market was 2@3o lower, oxcept for oboice
qualities, wblcb wore firm bat quiet. Sales 5000 bush
um Amber Olab at $Q 01, am* incut hnnhnts cood (lanada
White at $2 72>?.
Oom was 3o lower, cloalng heavy. Sales 60,000 bush
els. Including Unsound Mixed at 80? 81c; Good -to
Primo New Western Mixed at M@87o; Fair do. Yellow
Oats were Irregular and generally le lower. Sales
35,000 bush's, including Western new at 54@5Co; choice
old do at 61c.
Rye was firmer and activo. Sales 11,000 buBhois, In
cluding Western at $1 02; State at $1 16; and Oana da at
Barloy was quiet.
Barley Malt was firm-a sale of Prime waa made at
PROVISIONS-Fork receded somewhtt from the ad
vance of yesterday afternoon. Sales 7000 bbls at $29
for Old Mess ; 80 60 to $30 76 for New do; $24 25 for
Lord WOB firm, but quiet. Solea 400 bbls and tes at
19>? to 20#c for No. 1; 21 to 22c for Fair to Prime
Steam, and 22 to 22>?o for Kettle Rendered.
Outmeata were quiet; 12>i to 13>fc forDry^Salted and
Pickled Shoulders; 17,V to 18)?c for Pry-Saltod and
Bacon dull and nominal.
Beef was In good demand and finn. Sales 450 bbls at
17 to $21 for Bepackcd Western Mead, and 21 to $25 for
Tierce Beef quiet and unchanged.
Beef Hams firm at 47 to $48.
Butter was dull at 26 to 37c for Western and Ohio,
and 32 to 42o for State.
Cheese ?as quiet at 10 to 16o for Ohio ; 12 to 18o for
Slate; 20 to 22o for Factory-made.
LATOS.- Eastern hove been activo at $4, 3 months,
LUMUKU.-Eastern Spruce $1 higher, and very firm.
Sales, 300,000 feet, at $21 to 25 per M.
MOLASSES-Was quiet; we have only to notico small
sales of Porto Bloo at 72Jic to 75c.
NAVAL STOIIEH.-The market was dnll and heavy.
Spirits Turpentine, 95c to 97o; Common Bosln, $3 60.
OILS.-Linseed Oil Is heavy, selling at $1 65 to 1 68;
Crude Whole and Crude Sperm quiet, and somewhat
I'KTnoLF.uu.-Tho markot was dull and heavy at 27>ic
for Crude, and 41 ?io to 42>?o for Roflnod, in bond.
PAINTS.-Very quiet but firm. Boles 100 tons English
Barytes, on the spot, at $85 to $90; 60 bbls Freifch
Bnow-Wblte zinc, i3^c; and 10 tona English Ports
White, to arrive, iJic, cash.
Bios- Was quite active to-day. Sales 1800 bags. Ran
goon at about 3%c. gold In bond.
SUGARS.-Holders offered tholr goods freely, and tbo
market was activo, closing an eighth of a cent lower.
Fair to Good Befinlng lOJio to 10??o. Sales 1200 bhds
Including Cabas at lOo to 12o, and Porto Bloo 11 Ko to
18c; Refined Bagara dull ot 16c to 16&o for Crushed.
STKAHINB.-There is a good demand at 21o to 22>?o
fir Good to Prime. Grease Is wonted : 10>?c to 13c.
ITAIAOW- Was In good demand. Soles 120,000 lbs, at
la Mc to 12J?O, and 100,000 lbs Philadelphia Butchers'
Association at 13}?o, delivered there.
WHIBKKY-Was active. Solea 160 bbls st $2 25X to
$2 27, duty poid, and 660 bbls Western, In bond, st
FRKIOHTS-Woro very dnll. The packet ship South
ampton was chartered to load deals at St. Johns for
London at 66s; to Boston, two schooners with corn,
Foreign Financial and Commercial Intel?
Li vKiirooL, May 16-A. M.
COTTON-The market has been steady, with o fair
trado demand. Prices of American and long stapled
cottons are rather in favor of sellors. Middling uplands
is quoted at about 13d. The sales of Monday and Tuou
day amounted to about 18,000 boles, including 8000 for
export and ?peculation.
Trade at Manchester yesterday WOB on s limited
sooley. Prices offered were generally bolow tho views
of producers, and little actual business was transact
BBIAUSTUFFS-Messrs. Biohardson, Spence A Co.,
Bruco A McAullffo and others, report flour quiet but
atead. Who it in steady demand at full rates, Winter
i ed, 10a 3d to 10s 7d per cental. Indian corn firm and
in good demand at 80s to 30s 3d per 480 lbs, for
PROVISIONS.-Messrs. Bigland, Athys A Co. and
others report Beef ond Pork quiet and nominally un
changed. Bacon rather easier. Lord steady at 70s for
Amorlcon. Tallow nominal at late rotes.
PnoDDcx.-AshoB dull st 32s 6d for Pots. Sugar In
active. Coffee and Bloe-no sales. Llnsoed Oil slow at
40 to 41n. Bosln quiet; solea of American Black at 6s
6d. Spirits of Turpentine-smsll sales ot 48s. Petro
leum quiet at previona rates.
LONDON MABKXTB.-Wheat firm st last week's prices.
Flour Is In good request at late rotes. Sugar-small
sales at late rotas. Ooffoe unaltered. Tea qulot but
steady. Bice dull and rather easier. Tallow slow ; P.
Y. O. 45s 8d.
LIVERPOOL, May 17-P. M.-Cotton la dun, with but
little Inquiry, and prices ore weak. Sales of two days
13,000 bales, of which speculators and exporters took
Previsions inactivo, except lord, whish Is firmer.
LONDON, May 17-P. M.-Consols WA to 87tf for
money. 0. 8. five-twenties, BSV to 08. Erle share?, 48
to 48, IJlinol* Central shares, 76 tf to 77tf.
m- -- . '??..n( ii i. TJA. JLO'MFa
Consignees per South Carolin? Itallrond
Mt*y 540 unil 30.
112 bales Cotton, 80 bales Domostlcs, 0 bbls Spirits
Turpentine, 4 curs Lumber, Furniture, and .Sundries.
To G W Williams Ar Co, J A J D Kirkpatrick, Ferguson
k Barker. J O Moflfolt. T 8'rcot. Il H Burden, D Jicohs,
H F McQhoe, Dr F P Porcher. O Wblttomoro. 8on &Co.
Wogenor Heath k Mu?ecos, D D Utsey, E Welling, G S
Hacker. W K Ry.on. F Horsey. 0 F Lovy, A E Gibton, B
H Rodgers A Co. W C Dukos & Ou, J 0 H Clauesen, G H
Walter & Co, W P Do? Ung, Willis k Oblsolm, Copt Ruth
erford, Capt Hunt, Dr H Ravenel, J & F Dawsou, R W
Galo, W O Small.
Por steamship Mon oka, from Now York-Miss Toalo,
M P o'connor and family, A Aveilhe, Miss Avellbo, A
McO Bishop. Capt S Placo, Lieut M J DeForrest aud
lady, J B Wabltors, F W Foote, W L Howard, U 8 N,
and C in steerage
Per steamship Baragooda, from Now York-H Kon
noll, M Kin?, O P Coleman, lady and 2 children, Capt G
E Pringroe, Col Nagle, G Wait, T S Smith, J Montgom
ery, Mrs H Oetjen.
PBA8X8 OFTUK MOON.
Last Q. 7th, 4b. 22m. oven IFirst Q. 21st, 4b. 38m. morn
Now M. 14th, 9ti. 38m. morn| roll M. 29th, 7b. 68m. morn
RISKS. I BETA.
4..28 I 6..42
POUT OK CIIARIiBBTON.
Arrived Yesterday. .MAT 30
Steamship Monoka, Marshman, Now York-loft Satur
day, P M. M?zo. To A netty k Co. Willis A Chisolm,
C N Averlll A Son, D A Ammo, A H Abrahams k 8on, E
Bates k Co, W T Burgo A Co, A Blsohoff, J Buokt ft Co,
W M Bird k Co, E E Bedford, M J Booth, II F Baker A
Co, H Bischoff k Co, Bart ft Wirth, O Bart, W Brook
banke, D Briggs, L Bonstein, Bollmann Bros, J B Botts,
O D Brahe k Co, Blssoll Bros, O D Carr & Co, F Connor
k Co, L Cohen, J Commins * Oo, Mrs M P Curtis, M B
Corbett, O Cordts. J A Cook ft Co, Cartmill ft Buger, H
Cobla ft Co, S G Courtenay, W H Ubafee, Olaric * Gro
ber, G W Clark A Co, Cameron. Barkley ft Co, E J Daw
son A Cn, K Daly, li A Duo, J ft F Dawson, L Drucker,
M Drake, W Dayton, ? Davis, W li Eaatnrby, B Frlborg,
Calm ft Co, II Falriiuaii. Fraser ft Dill, D F Flamin K ft
Co, J Grunthall ft Co, Groan, Trapmoun ft Co, C Gold
?tain, II Get du ft Co, J II t ? rover ft Co, O Gravelcy, W
Gurney, Greaser * Hintth, Hart ft Co, Buger ft UosMI,
J Hyinsn A Ou, 1) llurlbtuik, HoflTiuami. Broblisiu ft Co,
Hunt Bros, J Binkey, K Illrshlold, G Hoffman. A Illlng,
H 1, J eiram ft Co, M Jnixibl, W Kinsman, T Holly, P O
Kerrigan, C L Kornahreiis, F Kressnl, II Klatto ft Co, II
W K riete, King ft Casaldoy, J Klug ft Co, G H Llnstedt,
N Levin, Jr, O Lltsohgl, Lauroy ft Alexander, A Loryea,
Lengnlok ft Hell, H R Marshall, J II ft D Muller. Mol
ober? ft Muller, J Mlohaolaou, W Matthlosion, Mo Loy ft
Rico, Milligan ft Melchor?. D Maguire, J B MoElbose, F
C Moy, Muller ft Nimitz, Mebrlens ft Wobltmann, Man
tone ft Co, W MoCorah ft Co. F Murphy, J Murphy, A
Naohiuann ft Co, J F O'Neill ft Sou, D O'Neill ft Son, B
O'Neill, L Or cutt, O A OB ton dor IT, J O Ogermaii, J Pat
tan 1 ft Co, W F Paddon, O P Popponhoim, H T Peake, J
A Quaokonbusb, Pratt ft Wilson Bros, Raoul ft Lynsh,
Mrs M O Rlnggold, B S Bhott ft Son, Bobluson ft Nel
son, W Babensteln, J R Road ft Co, J Rassel], Bopor ft
Stoney, E B Rodgers ft Co, J Rughclmer, W P Bussell
ft Co, G W Strffens ft Co, H Stander, J Shaw, D J 8tar.
ROB, W A Skrino, Strauss, Vanees ft Oo, J II SchaUa, WB
Smith ft Co, D U Silcoz, J Small ft Co, J B E Sloan. J S
Scbirmer, M Sickle, SOaokoirord ft Fraser, Street Bros ft
Co, atoll. Webb ft Co, J B Togo!, T Tupper ft Sons, W
G Trott, A Tobias' Sons, Ufferbardt ft Csmpsen, G W
Williams ft Co, C Volght, B Wilson, J Wullock, Williams
ft Covert, J Walker, Agent, Wsgener, Heath ft Monsees,
F Woyhmanu ft Co, Wernor ft Docker, W Moran, J M
Bordman, B McElroy, E Pollard, T M Bristol), H D
Bnrkett ft Oo, E Lafitta ft Oo, P Epstein, W Gregg, E M
Ti Hon, J B Gross, Austin, andrns ft Co, J 0 HOlanssen,
Jose Jara, Symmara ft Berry, Goardln, Matthlesson ft
Co, J O Dial, Railroad Agent, Southern Express Co, ond
Steamship Saragossa, CroweU, New York, 70 hours.
Mdze. To Ravenel ft Co, Adams' Express Co, D A
Ammo, J Apple, O N Averlll ft Son. J K Adger ft Co, C
D Ahrens ft Co, Austin, Au'drua ft Co, Adorns, Damon ft
Co. J H Bernard, Bogart, Denny ft Co, H L Butterfield,
A Betancourt, Bollmann Bros, A Blbchoff, Bart ft Wirth,
W T Burge ft Co, Brown & Schirmer, H Bischoff ft Co,
Brans ft Seo, H Balwinkle, J M Boesob, T M Bristol), F
Christmas, Blssell BroB, Cameron, Barkley ft Co. G W
Clark ft Co, A Comlghan, J W Carmal t, L Coben, D ft J
Canter, J Commins, Olacius ft Witto, J Cosgrove, F F
Chapean, Clark ft Graber, Chisolm Bros, E T Dawson ft
Co, J ft F Dowton, J B Duval ft Son, Levy ft Druckt r, F
KB!ft&5? MTOJUMM MfewEs 2
Dill, Gonzales, Woodward ft Co, A Getty ft Co. Gramann
ft Schwacke, Hahn ft Schorhammer, J H Billon, Hart ft
Co, B W Gale, G H Hoppock, H Bernai, J Hurkamp ft
Co, Hunt Bros, Hogor ft Haeell, A Illlng, H L Jeffers ft
Co, Jennings, Tbomllnson ft Co, O H Johnson, John P
Eeop, F Kroesel, T Kelly, H Klatto ft Co, Kllnck. Wiok
enberg ft Co, W Kinamon. King & OsBSldey, J King ft
Co, N Lovln, Jr, O Love, Little ft Marshall, A S Mar
shall, O H Molso ft Co, J H ft D Muller, J B MoElhose,
M Marks, Miller ft Stone, W McComb'ft Co, W Matthles
sen, W Moran, Mobrtens ft Wobltmann, J A Morgan, J
Marlon, R H McDowell, Muller ft Nimitz, National Ex
pro?s Co, North, Steol ft Wardell, B O'Neill, J O Ogor
man, C P Poppenhelm, T Poarlstain, Pearson ft Co, W
D Porter, W F Paddon, H T Pcako, J Purcell, D Pani ft
Co, O F Panknln, Ravenel ft Barnwell, J B Read ft Co, J
Russell, O Ring. G F Rankin, Screven ft Nesbit, G W
Steffens k Co, J Shaw, T Mtreet, J B E Sloan, L D 8bap
eta, T Stenhouse ft Co, Southern Express Co, J Thonip
Bon, J 8 Taylor, Tnompson Bros, Taft ft Bowland, TJf
forhordt ft Campsen, J H V?llers, O Volght, F Von San.
tan, G H Walter ft Boa, L Welskoff, Wordlow ft Carew,
G W F Wetzel, Williams ft Covert, J Walker, Werner ft
Ducker, G W Williame ft Co, Zogbauin, Young ft Co.
The Saragossa bas experienced heavy headwinds.
Steamship Gen Ouster, Harris, Baltimore-left Satur
day, P M. Mdzo. To WiUiB ft Chisolm, Agent 8 O R U,
Hyams ft Co, H P Northrop, H Cobla ft Co, J N Robson,
H F Baker ft Co, D Straus ft Bro, Cameron, Barkley ft
Oo, A Slmonds, J Campaon ft Co, J Mann, G Hoffman,
National Express Co. The Cue ter has had head winds
the ontiro passage, and 20 miles north of the Frying
Pan encountered a heavy gale from S to tiW, lasting 14
8obr N W Smith, Tooker, New York, via Hampton
Roads, 6 days. Mdze To W Roaoh, G W Aimor, D A
Amme, J A Armstrong, Austin, Andruo ft Co, J E Adgor
ft Co, O N AveriU ft Son, L M Ayer, A Blsohoff, Boll
mann Bros, W M Bird ft Co, J H Baggett ft Co, H Bis
choff ft Oo, J W Conna?t, A G?nalo, G W Clark ft Co, E B
Cowporthwoit, J A Cook A Co, J Campsen ft Co, J ft F
Dawson, J M Eoson ft Bro, B Feldman, B Gerdta ft Co,
J H Graver, W Gnrney, Graeser ft ?mltb, Hunt Bros, J
Hurkamp ft Co, Hart ft Co. J Heins, H L Jeffers ft Co, J
Jara, Jennings, Thomllneon ft Ce, H Joger, G W King,
J King ft Co, L F Koester, Klinok, Wickenberg & Co, E
B Kellogg, H Klatto ft Go, D Lillionthal & Co, W Mors
cher, Monrtens & Wohltmonn, J E Molstar ft Co, Mackey
ft Baker, D Pani & Oo, A H Petsch, Benneker ft Glover,
H Slegllng, Stall, Woll ft Co, J B B Sloan, D H SUcox, G
W Williams ft Co, Werner ft Duoker, Wharton ft Petsch,
D A Walker, Willis ft Chisolm, W Q Whllden & Co, J
Cantwell, B O'Neill, and Order.
Sobr Jonas Smltb, NlobolB, New York, 9 days. Mdzo.
To W Bosch, Austin, Andrus ft Co, O N AveriU ft Son, J
H Baggett ft Co, Bollmann Brea, E Bates ft Co, T 8 ft T
G Budd, D Briggs, H F Baker ft Co, J Cosgrove, J W
Cannait, Cameron, Barkley & Co, E B Cowperthwait, A
Can ale, H Cobla ft Co, E David, A W Eckel ft Co, Fr.it or
ft Dill, J M Eoson ft Bro, G Berbnise, H Gerdta ft Co, B
W Gale, Graeser ft Smltb, S L Howard, J Hurkamp ft
Co, Jennings, Tbomllnson ft Co, Bovenel ft Barnwell, H
Klatto ft Co, J P Kelp, N Levin, Jr, Muller ft Nimitz, 8
R Marshall, Mlkell, Boylo ft Co, Miller ft Stone, NEB
R Co, B O'Neill, G E Pritahott, D Paul ft Co, W K Byan,
Btreot Bros ft Co, D H SUcox, I E Hartz ft Co, W Moran,
0 R Holmes, R McKlroy, W B Smith ft Co, P Thomas, T
Tupper ft Sour, O O Witta, K R White ft Co. Worner ft
Ducker, Wagoner, Heath ft Monsoes, G W William a ft
Co, L Wolskoff, B Yeadon, Capt O Barnard, U 8 A, J B
Sehr W B Beebo (3-masted), Crawford, Now York, 9
days. Hay, Corn, fto. To the Master, T J Kerr, O N
Averlll ft Son, Campsen ft Co, 0 Sablmann, J N Telde
man ft Co.
8chr MatHo E Tabor, Arnold, Philadelphia, 10 days.
Mdzo. To T 8 ft T G Budd, Charleston Gas Co. H T
Peake, H Gerelts ft Co, Mordccai ft Co, B S Bhott ft Son,
Bruns ft Boo, H F Baker ft Co, U Bischoff ft Co, J King
ft Co, C P Poppenhelm, O N Averlll ft Bon, 8backclford
ft Fraser, Olacius ft Witto, Fraser ft Dill, Pratt ft Wilson
Bros, G Prince, Cameron, Barkloy ft Co, Laurey ft Alex
ander, P Fogarty ft Co, L Chopin ft Co, Werner ft Duck
er, J Clothory, King ft Cassidoy, O Ring, Graeser ft !
Smilb, J It Lambaon, Ebangb ft Malloneo, D Paul ft Co,
G S Booker, T Stenhouse, O U Molso ft Oo, T M Cater,
Wharton ft Petsoh, J Bonah, S N Bobson, J Bridgo ft
Co, D A Amme. i
Behr Union, Bishop, Boston, 16 days. Mdzo. To PP
Looko, Graeser ft Smltb, D H Slloox, Mohrtans ft Wohlt
monn, Hart ft Oo, Kllnck, Wlckenberg ft Co, L Schnell
ft co, D A Amme, Mooker ft Bakor, & B Cowperthwait,
J Holes, 0 Graveley, J Thompson ft Co, J Hurkamp ft
Oo, A Bischoff, J E Adger ft Co, G H Brown, W B Stan
ley, W H Esstarby, G W Almar, White ft Paine, Geo W
Clark ft Co.
Sehr Mary Augusta,-, Boltlnoro, 7 days. Corn,
fto. To Street Bros ft Co, Ravenol ft Oo, J Hurkamp ft
Co. L Schnell ft Co, G W Steffons ft Co. and Order.
Sehr Sophia B Jameson, Jameson, Bockport, Me, 13
days. Lime. To Olnoy ft Co.
Weat to Bern. Yesterday. [MAT 30
Brig Albert Adams, Ayres, Naseau, N P.
Sehr Grope Shot, Bonnesu, a Port in Cuba
From ti?to Port.
Steamship E B Souder, Lockwood. New York, Moy 27.
HtaamsWp Cumberland, Beed, Baltimore, Moy 27.
Br bark 8 Morton, Hood, Liverpool, May 16.
Behr My rover, Hugbcs, Havre, Moy 12.
Bohr S 0 Cady, Orowoll, Baltimore, Moy 27.
Cleared fknt this Port.
Btosmshlp Adele, Hau, at Baltimore, Moy 20,
."LADIES" PLEASE CALL AND EXAMINE AT
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
May 3 lmo
A LA VILLE DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
L08 IN. BOBINET LACE
8HIBTINQS, best brands
SHEETINGS, aU widths
BLEACHED LINEN DBILL8
BBOWN k PLAID LINEN DBH.L8
OLOTH8. 0AB8_M-.BE, ko.
A LA VILLE' DE PARIS,
Southwest cor. King & Wentworth sts.
Mas* 8 lmo
SPRING AND SOMMER GOODS.
THE 8UB80BIBBB, HAVING JUST BETDBNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
the publie that ho la receiving a loll assortment ol
CLOTHS, OA8HSIMEBES, _OATINa8 AND VJ_8TIN_8
of the best foreign and domestio manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Bummer wear.
Those goods having boen pnrohased recently, and at
very low -?uro*?, persons wielling anything in my line
will Dnd It to their advantage to glvo me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
mako them up In the very beat stylo at Edgerton Je
Itioh-rds' old stand. No. 82 Broad-street.
Maroh 80 J. B. PHILLIPS.
ENGLISH AND IMBRICAN BANK.
INUOI.POItA.TKD UNDER "THE COM PA
NIKS' ACT, 186H."
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL ?1,800,000,
IN 60,000 SHARES OF ?30 EACH.
First Issue, 30,000 Shares, and the remainder to be Is
sued as may bo required, under the sanction of a Gen?
THE ENGLISH & AMERICAN BANK,
Having opened Offices at No. 63 WALL 8TBEET, NEW
yoilK, la prepared to sell Bills of Exchange on the
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN BANK (LIMITED), Lon
don, and on the DNION BANK OF LONDON; to buy
Bills of Exchange, and to issue Commercial and Travel
era' Credit-, available in all parta of the world. Com
mercial UredUs issued for nae in the
EAST INDIES, CHINA, AND AUSTRALIA, WILL BB
UPON THE ORIENTAL BANK CORPORATION OF
Farther partlonlars may bo ascertainod on application
at the Office, No. A3 Wall street.
WILLIAM WOOD, Manager.
-??0. B?RO HALL WATTS. Assistant Manager.
MINNISS & CONDON.
HOUSE AND SHIP PLUMBERS,
No. 4 STATE-STREET,
CHAKLESTON, S. O.
JOBBING A-TENDED To AT -HORTEST NOTTOE,
April 6 thatu-mos
SASH, BLIND AND DOOR MAKER,
JLSTO. 21 ?Jane-street,
May s _tuthaomo
mHB 8UB80BIBEB HAVTNO RETURNED TO LHB
X City, will contract for all kinds of HODSE-BUILD
INO AND HEP AIRING. W. H. QRUVER,
Or at DAWSON At .LACI-AN'S. NO. 17 Broad-street.
Gen. JAMES LONGS
LIFE & A
NO. 21 CARONDELET-S1
$26 Will Insure vou I
50 Gents -will pu.rch.ase a TW
$1.35 will purchase a FlVi
}$2.50 will purchase a TEIS
$5 will insure vou ON
WEEKLY i COMPENSATION IN
$25 on Iu-nrance of $5000, and
Major THOS. G. RHETT,
GENERAL BUPEBVISING AGENT.
May 16 Ino
? ' ' 0
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY'
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANT POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
II. O. PLANT,
Q. T TT HP
No. 398 King-street,
LIBERAL AND POPULAR METHOD TO INSURE
tho rapid sale of NEW AND 8TANDARD BOOKS
Including Works of Fiction; also, Prajor Boob?, Bible?'
Hymn Books, Backgammon Boards, Writing Bosks
Photograph Albums, Portfolios, Card Pictures, Ac Ali
our booka are In new and substantial bindings, carefully
Belocted from tho lists of tho most enilnont pubUshors
and sold at their li?t prices. $25.00 -worth of Gift? <ii_l
tributo?! with every $100 00 worth of Goodia. Gift?
varyln? In value from 25o. to $16.00. given with each
Wo wish it dletlnctly understood that we havo nona
of tho BraBS Jewelry-our Gifts aro useful articles.
.ho finest assortment of Photographs ever exhibited
in this city will be found hore.
. The "Circulating Library," so well known to tho citi
zens of this city, has received a largs addition of now
Books, by tho most popular authors.
Initials stamped on Note Paper and Envolopos with
out extra oharge.
The public are respectfully solicited to givo us a trial.
and satisfy themselves._lmo May 19
Geu?leiii.ii of Charleston ana Vicinity.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INFORM THEM
that they havo leased tho second floor of tho build
ing on ?ho CORNER OF HARKET AND KING STREETS
(known as the Adger building), where they havo fitted
np, In every particular, a flrst-olass BILLIARD HALL,
comprising Eleven Tables, from the manufactory of
Mo-Hi-e. Kavanagh b Decker.
Those wishing to pass a ploasant evening lu tho enjoy
ment of this game, oannot but holp to find this tho cool
est and best adapted room In the City.
A private SAMPLE ROOM is attached, stocked with
the fliu-Ht importations.
Gentlemen are invited to caU and Inspeot for thom
LORINGr & TURNEE.
HUGER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
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LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
?_IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WELDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &o.
f AND WESTERN
fREET, NEW ORLEANS.
9NE YEAR for $00001
rO DAY TICKET for $5000.
E DAY TICKET for $5000.
r DAY TICKET for$5000.
E MONTH for 85000.
OASE OP TOTAL DISABILITY.
In proportion for other amounts.
Agents District ??o. 21,
HO. 1 BROAD-UTR-J-T. BASEMENT STAUE BANK?.