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THE DAILY NEWS.
-A London Dapor having stated that Miss
Braddon had lost her eeneos, she contradicts
the statement, declaring she is busy happily
and happily bnsy, writing a new sensational
-A lady who for six months has absoonded
has lately been arrested, and will shortly be
tried at the Assize conrt of the Marne, France,
on the charge of having poisoned her h oe band
with sulphate of zinc, and attempting to poison
a rick undo with sugar pluma filled with sul?
pha te of copper instead of curacoa.
-The Gazette of Saxony relates aa incident
which took place ai an auction Bale, at Cassel,
of the horses of the Elector of Hesse, confis?
cated with the rest of his fortune by the King
of Prussia. A superior officer, a Hessian,
bought two of the finest at a very high price,
' and paid down the money at once to the Prus?
sian Commissioner. He then drew out a re?
volver from his pocket and shot them both
-A book pm porting to be the memoirs of
tbs Dauphin, Louis XVII, by hie sons William
' and Augustus Meves, has recently appeared in
London. The person assuming to be the
Dauphin waa an EngUsh composer and teacher
of music of more than ordinary merit, who
throughout a tolerable long life labored under
the delusion, in which bis progeny seem to
share, that he was the legitimate heir to the
throne of France.
-Son? mom bera of the Brit it j House of
Gommons wail because the general reform af?
fects them. They are now requested to be in
Unir seats on account of important divisions j
to take place, so often that they are both com
pellod to stay in London more than they like,
'and to cut short several dinners out in a week.
- It ia now. designed to keep a record of each
member's attendance, and as there are now a
small number only of those popular constitu?
encies where no one cared whether his mem
' ber attended or not, the nae of this revelator
ls stonily resisted by the more indolent mom
-A correspondent of the Pall Mall Gazette
?aya that a freud of his, who sots as secretary
lo one of the government department e, ba i to j
check the delivery ot ?200,000 worth of iron
BOpplied by a Northern firm. Before he began
his tank, he waa asked, "I suppose you will
require the usual commission of 2? per cent?"
In other words, the firm proposed to bribe the
servant of the public with a gift of ?5000, in
. order to pam goode which were no doubt
Worth not only ?5000 less than the contract
'price, bat a good many dv thousand*. How
. long has this sort of thing been going on ?
HoW many un disco vere i Gambiers and Bmn
boJdB are there ?
-Le Petit Moniteur says: "Pius IX received
with his own hands the offerings presented to
him by the different deputations. Among
others the Pope received on the 10th au
Engl iah nobleman, who presented his Holiness
with a skull-cap filled with sovereigns. At the
i ead of tte tassel was a diamond of immense
Talus. Having presented his "magnificent
offering, the Englishman added, with the usual
phlegm of his nation, that he gave the present
ion condition of getting the Pope's akall-cap in
return. Pins TX smiled, and ringing the bell
he ordered the servant to bring him another
calotte. When brought he took off the one he
ware and gave it ta the Englishman, who pot
it in his pocket and retired, saying that he was
'never so pleased in his Ute. '
-The miracle plays of the middle ages are
not yet out of data in Europe. A correspond?
ent of an English paper, writing from Seville
in Passion week, says : ''Our Lord's trial and
passion are commemorated, dramatically, dur?
ing the Thursday and Friday by high cb arch
- ' functionaries. I myself saw an archbishop on
r~ she-first of these days personate the Saviour,
in a solemn performance within the altar rails
of his cathedral. He wore a high, heavy silver |
. mitre, and sat with great gravity, and perfectly
motionless, while the trial went on in pan to?
mine. There was- a considerable gathering of ?
people, near the spot, sud a good many women
were kneehng throughout. But neither there
nor elsewhere did I observe anything more
than'A decent and sufficiently reverent curi?
-There is a cry in England for more bish?
ops, which is not likely to be heeded, notwith?
standing that from London to the Land's End
there is hardly s bishop fit for work. The Pall
Mall Gazette says: "The Bishop of Winchester,
eighty years of age, is disabled by paralysis.
The Bishop of Salir bury bas broken down both
in mind and body. The Bishop of Bath and
Wells is also used up. As fox. the Bishop of |
Exeter, he is now in his ninetieth year, and for
nt least ten or twelve years has quite with?
drawn' from visitations and confirmations.
Sst persuasion and remonstrance have both
been exhausted ina fruitless effort to induce
. these four right reverend prelates to resign,
ia Order that efficient successors may be ap?
pointed. Perhaps their best excuse is that
their dioceses seem to get on very well with?
-Worth, the famous Paris man-milliner, is a
king in the realm of costume and fashion, and
many stories are told of bis impudence and
arrogance. The Sensational "Diable a Qu: -
tra* quotes bim as saying to s lady, hia client:
"If is' impoesible for me to promise you this
tra veiling bonnet. I do sot feel it yet. Come
back to-morrow, or day after to-morrow. I
shan ?se." Again, to one of his -workingwo?
man: "Do not ask me to-day about anything
I an nervous. Order my carriage. I will take
?Tride ia the Bois." No other means are need?
ed to bring ali ladies down on their knees.
Worth hts ai his neusa a small salem, where
be Tooarvee, every day at four o'clock, bis few
privileged customers; tea'is served to them,
the great man lies negligently stretched out on
- a sofa; ot times be oeases talking, -his eyes be
comes fixed; all keep silence; an inspiration
has come upon him, and every lady in the
roo? thinks: "It is perhaps for me that he
is creating something new." Ali their eyes
watch his glance, which they hope will tall on
them as a Sultan's handkerchief. Worth pro?
poses to prosecute the journalist who wrote so
sa/agely about lum.
-"Madame Bombine, that is to say, the ex
Queen M:ry of Naples, wife of Bombina, ex
- Sing Francis the Second," writes the Rome
correspondent of the Journal de Geneva, "is
still a very pretty woman. She looks a little
pale, and it seems to me that her hair is not
quite as full as it was when I saw her about
seven years ago; but there is enough loveliness
and grace about her to turo the head-of any
susceptible young man. 1 saw her the other
day, galloping past the Monte Pincio with
aome children-those of Count Frascone, I w s
told. Her appearance was as dashing and pre?
possessing as it could be. What a pity that
this chinning creature should bo linked to
such a husband. Him, the ex-King, I saw to 3.
the other day. He looks sallow and hollow
cheeked-not as if be were thirty-three, but
forty-five. Liquor and smoking "have made
Bim prematurely old. His gait is slow and
awkward. His eyes are dull, and his features
heavy and disagreeable. He seems to be a
man without understanding, spirit or energy.
Hts favorite companions are low fellows, who
help him to squander bis limited resources,
and do their best to make him believe that
nothing is more certain than that he will, at
no distant day, reascend the' royal throne ot
A XE ll' THEORY OF MARRIAGE.
[From the Nabco.!
What oar refont-ers plead tor here, and what
a good many of them practice, ia simply easy
divorce; tn other words, the dissolution of the
marriage contract by a Judicial tribunal when?
ever either of tho parties alleges that he or |
.-be has had enough of it. To deny a person
this, they sav,is to cut him off from the "pur?
suit of happiness." which is well known to be
one of the "inalienable rights." This is, it
must be admitted, tolerably advanced ground,
and thev have greatlv enjoyed standing on it,
but thev will be pained to 'hear that a French
Bister has got ahead of them and now le?da
the marob on that line; and she is not one of
the ignorant declaimers, or fanatics of the
"Redoute." but an exceedingly acute thinker
and powerful writer, of whom a very large pro?
portion of oar woman's rights champions here
might probably take lessons in logic and rhet?
oric. Wa moan Madame Clemence Royer, of
whoso able argument against tbe right of com?
bination amongst the working classes, in the
December number of the Journal des Econo?
mistes, we spoke some time ago. Her remedy
for the evils of the workingman's condition
wo waited tor with some curiosity, and che has
produced it in a long article in the March num?
ber of tho same penodical.
Her remedies are, first, the revival of the old
trade corporations of the middle ages, bat on a
different basis, master and workman to be in?
cluded in them;secondly, the "mobolization 'of
tho workingman, that is, the supply of every
possible facility for his moving from place to
place in search of work; and under this head
she condemns jn strong erms all movements
which encourage him to become an owner of a
house or real estate, as this mode of iuvesling
his savings naturally ties bim down to < ne
place, but then tbe workingman cannot be
mobilized very much under the best of circum?
stances, unless you also mobilize his family,
and the ^mobilization" of a wifo and children
involves great expense and trouble. Upon
reading her statement of its difficulties, we
fell that she was face to face with an insur?
mountable obstacle, but wc aro mistaken.
Here she takes her great "leap ahead," and
leaves Ben Butler, Ben Wade, and the whole
fraternity of our social explorers literally, in
the language of the turf, nowhere. Her mode
of mobilizing the family is to abolish the
family. Woman, she says, needs and must
I always have a permanent abode. She cannot
rove, as man eau and must do; therefore let
her not be tied to any man lu particular, or any
man to her.
"We must then," she says, "mobilize the
family, destroy its indissolubility. This is the
only way of saving it from shipwreck; it is only
in ref or m ir g courageously that we can prevent
ita falling into complete deaaltude." So she
proposes that the marriage contract should be
dissolved on the simple request of either of
the parties, and that there should be instituted
a kind of marriage corresponding to tbe con
farrtaho of the Romans, sufficient to legiti?
mize tho woman's position and the birth ot her
children, but not binding on her or her hus?
band longer than ho or she pleases. The wo?
man being the more permanent person, Ma?
dame Rover proposes that she, and not
the father, should give ber name to
tba children and be the legal head of
the family, the father being relegated to a
secondary position, and constituting in domes?
tic lite a kind of shadowy auxiliary, of no moral
influence or weight, and not neoeesari'y known
to his children; and the mother taking as many
husbands in succession as her fancy or circum?
stances suggested; the result being, we need
hardly say. perfect happiness, purity and free?
dom for all concerned, and an end, total and
complete, to the qa melinga, falsehoods and
oppression of the present system. The scheme
is worked out with much ability, and ita bear?
ings on property andother social arr au gem eula
are fairly considered.
The editor of the Journal half apologizes for
inserting this portion of the article, which he
styles "passabiemeuLrxcerUruiue;' bat he justi?
fies himself on the ground that his readers are
"philosophers," to whom "the most delicate
combinations" may bo bubniitted with safety.
We commend it to the careful consideration of
our American reformers. Many of them will
naturally peruse it with mortification, for there
is no denying that Madame Boyer in, at pies
en t, ti- in advance of them all. The most fear?
less of them has never proposed to make tho
mother tbe head of thea/amily. giving her name
to the children, and consigning the father to
a nomad existence, in which his domestic rela
latiuns would bear the closest poss,bio resem?
blance to those ot domestic animals, and
through which indeed the condition of tho
whole human race would have made one sup
toward tho freedom and exemption from de?
grading conventional bonds and restrictions
now enjoyed by the brute creation.
LIVERPOOL-Per sehr David McNutt-166 bags Sea
Island Cotton, 1655 bules Upland Cotton.
Charleston Cotton and Klee Market.
OFFICE Ol' THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, i
CHfBLErro5, Monday Evening, May 10 I
COTTON.-lhere was a steady and rather good
inquiry for this staple, the operations generally
taking place at about previous prices, good qualities
remaining firm, and common grades easier. Sales
about 600 bales, viz: 13 at 25>i; 1? at 33X; 35 at 36;
17 at 26 j?; .45 at 26*; 18at28*<; 1?at37;3<at27tf;
20 a t 2 7 S', an d 15 a t 27 \. We quote :
Ordinary to Hood ordinary.36X@36J?
By Kew York classification we quote:
BICE.-The demand for this grain was surly ac?
tive, prices being quite firm and fae toi e asking out?
side figures. 8 al es about 270 tierces of clean Caro?
lina, say 110 tierces at 8; 31 at 8?; 33 at 8>?'; CO at
8 fi ; 31 at 8X". and 8 at 8>sc We quote common to
fair clean Cs ronna at7*(g>8s'; good 8>?@8},'c. ? ft.
LOUDON, May 10- Noon.-Consols 97>?. Bonds
firmer at 98X- Sugar firmer on the spot and afloat.
Afternoon -Consols 93K- Bonds 78X?
Lrvaxpoox, May IO-Noon.-Cotton dull; uplands
HXd; Orl?ans 12d; sales 7003 bale*. Breadstuff's
firmer. Pork 10la.
Evening - .'ot ton dull; uplands ll.S'a ll Si; Or?
leans ll J?allJ? ; sales 7000 bales. Turpentine 28? Cd.
HAVRE, May 10.-Cot on dull. Tres crdioatie on
the spot If 41>?c ; afloat If 39c.
NEW YOBX, May 10-Noon.-Market firm; money
easy at 7. Merlin? 9. Gold 37>? Cotton quiet at
38X. Turpentine quiet at 45>?. Rosin firm ; strained
Evening.-Cotton rather heavy; sales 1600; mid?
dlings 28X. Flour a little more active for low grades
with a moderate export demand. Corn heavy and
3a8o lower. Pork steady. Laid firm ; kettle 183?a
18Jg. Whiskey quiet at 97. Bice quiet; karolina
8J?a9 Si yugar active and better. Coffee dull.
Turpentine dull at 45)?a46??. Bosln quiet at $2 6Ca8.
Governments strong. 62'8l9*?. Money easy at 6*7.
Sterling heavy and closed at 109il09^. Gold weak
at 37';. stools generally strong and higher.
SALTWORT, May 10.-Old Virginias 60H- Cotton
dull at 23c. Flour nominal. Wheat dull and lower;
good to prime red SI 70al 86; cboice $2i2 10. Corn
dull and lower; white 82J8JC; yellow 85a86c. Pork
quiet at $31 75. Ba on quiet. Whiskey scarce at 98.
CINCINNATI May 10.-Mess pork held at $31. Ba?
con-sales limited; Shoulders 18}?' ; sugar-cured
hams 18,si a 19. Lard nomina li y 18; no demand.
LOUISVILLE, May 10.-Whiskey active-raw 93a94.
Mess pork $3126. Shoulders 18J?J clear sides lTJiJ
hams 19>i, Lard-k'gs 19>?, Heroes 18.
Wii.^n>OT?N, May 10 -Spirits turpentine quiet at
42. Rosin firm at $2 to 7 90. Crude turpentine atid
AUGUSTA, May 10.-Market dull aud nominal;
Sales 87 bales; receipts 66 bales; middlings 26/^a
SAVANNAH, May 10.-Cotton quiet; sales 200 bale;;
middlings 27)?c; receipts UGO bales.
MOBILE, May 10 - Cotton in fair demand; sales
900 talcs; low middling? firm at 20?"; receipts 908.
>nrOEiE?ss, May 10.-netter quail Iles of cotton
soiree and st Uer; low grades q uot; m:dl iog? 28!?a
28>?; sales 1100 bales; receipts Biuce Saturday 1279;
exports 475. sugar-common 9>;ai0; prime 12>?a
13. Molasses nominal; fermenting 36J50. Whiskey
.Hurray, Ferris dc t o.'a Narai Stores Cir?
NEW YORK, May 8- ?siana TURPENTINE -
The decline noted in our last continued till prices
touched 46o. at whicb a lame bu-m--s ?a? dom*,
Tory nearlv all offering biving changed bands tim
market closing firm at 45>?a46. I he s?lc? and re?
tal** are 4300 bbls at 45*47, merchantable; 46 43
s ippiug. and inolude at leaxt 1000 bbls tor export
and 650. to arrive. We hear ol'several contract, at
24s c. f. and insurance lor June, July and August
lolument from Wilmington. Receipts 1189 bbl*.
Exports 1763 bbls.
ROMS.-lue business of tho week although largo
has been devoid of animation, buyers geuerslly re.
fusing to concedo anv advance on $2 C6 for strained,
and conOliing themselves to lots to arrive, 'ihe
sales u- d resales are 31 PO.) bbls. (of which al out
2000 bbls. are No. 1 an i palci at S2 4')a2 55 f r b'uck ;
$2 60a2 70 tor common ?ni scod strained, 'Chiefly
$2 65 on s ot and Si 60a2 67>i to arrive;i $2 67;??3!?
for So. 2 ; $3'ia'j* for No. 1 to low pale ; $7,'4'"7Ji
lor extra pale, and two small lots window pises at
$10>?all. At ihe close, undT the advance in gold,
the market is very tirai, but Ibis is m a great n oas
ure onset by a dei ide J stiffening in freights. Tn
virgin n>in the business has been quite limited,
shipper? witb hardly an exception refusing to make
an offer on ba-i s ot current p ices, except tor water
white. Ihe lots sold at $7.l? and % would have
been valued a week ago at ?8a8 ?i. Receipts 10,638
bb:-, tx pons 20,015 bbls.
J AK - Is m limit- d demand, but with a small stock
for sale prices are Arm and with< ut change. 1 he
sale? are 1000 Obis. Receipts 3033 bbls. Exports
4711 bbls. We quote Wilmington as it runs ?3 40a
$3 45. Shipping $3 C0J3 65. North county $2X?8
according to size.
Easton & Co.'s Colton Keport, for tne
Week K nd In ff Muy 7,1860.
NEW YORK, May 8 -THE MARKET.-In our
last report tne m rket closed steady at 28)?a
?/8&c for middling uplands. saturday there were
more buyers than sellers, aud pnces of cood grades
improved a little. Sales 1383 bales at 28??c Moo
day, the advance in gold to 36 brought in export?
ers, aud 34i2 bales were sold at steady pnces lues
day, there was more activity but no change in pri?
ces. Sales 3963 bales. Wednesday, there was a
good spinning demand and the market closed steady
at former quotations. Sales 2475 balea. 'J hursday.
thu re was a largo 'justness done for spinning and
export. Prices uncbang< d. .-ales 4S02 bales. Yes?
terday, there was a quiet market but noel ange in
prices. The European advices were unfavorable,
but holders were not willing to pre-s sales in view of
tbe advance in gold. Sales 1849 bales.
Un the week thtie hun b eu very little change
here-middling ls quoted 28??V. again-1 28>?a'.'8Jio
last week. Liv* rpuol ba*, declined }?d&}?J on up?
lands, and lid on Orleans. In view of the rapidly
reducing stocks, and the ilse in gold, our holders
have not felt disposed to tress their stocks. In
Liverpool tbe increase 1 supply, aud tight ninney
mai kel, keep buyers out For futuie dclivsry. tnere
has been but little done; one sale of 300 low mid?
dling, for June, was mide at and 100 for July
at 27.!jc. For delivery ia November aud December,
there bas been nothing offered.
'Ihe stocks in ihe interior towns have decreased
14,515 bales in toe past two weeks, while last year,
tor the corresponding period they only decreased
1681 b des. From this it would appear that outside
of the inter or town-, theie is not more cotton than
at this time last year, i hero have been receive i at
the potts since, 1st September 1.024.901 bales,of
which exporters'have taken 1,243,807 bale*; spinners
490,667; and the st' cks have hcreaaed 190,427 bales.
Deficit in receipts as compare ) with last year, 113 -
517 bales. Deficit in shipments to Liverpool 293.327
Upland A Mobile New
Florida Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary.- a25 - a25'?- a25?? - a25J?
dtuary.- a2C!? - a26J?- ?26% - a27
dling...- a27?? - a2fl - a28'4' - a2s>i
Middling- a28A? - a29 - a29K? - a29>?
Sales of the week 17,884 bales, including 773C to
spinners, 1638 to speculators, and 8M0 to export?
Gros6 receipts at this port for tbo week, 5540
bales. Since 1st September, 670,120 bales.
STATISTICAL Fosrnos- 1869. 1868.
S to k in Liverpool. 362 U00 642,400
Afloat from India. 318,000 288,000
Afloat from America. 196,000 166.000
Sto.-k in London. 84.100 6,430
Afloat (or London. YO.om 38,000
Stock m Havre. 89 f 00 24,618
A float for Havre. 62,010 45.087
Stork in Bremen. 6.093 6.496
Afloat tor Bremen. 11.346 10 002
Stock lu United States ports. 234,021 201 694
Stock m the interior towns. 39.521 18.G48
Execs in visible supply. 28,497
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spinners at
tbe mills, now 60.000 bales same time 18' 8,180,000
Dales. Middling Orlrans, now 12J, then 12?, i.
Colnmbui Weekly Harket.
COLUMBUS, May 7.-COTTON.-A fair demand for
belier glades han existed all tbe week Tbo wale
have been principally ot coo J or linary sied low n.iu
diing at 24>?a25)?c. Middlings are very scat ce at
26c. The stock > as ben d..creased nv. r a tbou-and
bales oo the week. Little, it any. t-peculative sourit.
Tho warehouses have reported sales as follows: sa
turdav 72 Palen; Mond . y li'S; tuesday 117; Wednes?
day 117; i buisday 225; ic-day's siles :>85 biles, A
cup oflOO bales, mostlv Northern adj ding, brou-, ht
2G'j\\ Ihe io losing are th.- ruliuir quotav ou*, a
good demand existing only for better grades: Ordi?
nary 24.-; g.>od ordinary 24>;a25c; low middlings
25>ie; middlings 26c ; gool middlings 26%c.
Murchou c salos lor ibo week 1019 baie* Week's
receipts 148 bales sgslust 1:2 th? corresponding
week oflast season, and 266 the prcviuus wct-k of
WEEKLY SI ATE VE ST.
Stock on band September 1, 18?8.280
Rece ved past week. 148
Shipped past week. 1.605
Steck on band May 7,18C9. 5,250
lonsiiruees per aoutia ? ai oima itailroad
430 bales Cotton, 3G packages Bacon and Lard, 149
bbls Naval Stores, 2 cars Lumber, io Itailroud
Agent, Raveuol A Co, O W Williams & Co. F C Mey,
Pt Izer, Rodgers A Co. O H Walter A co, Dowling A
Co, Reeder A* Lavis, KlHsman A Howell, Oraeser A
Smith. Willi? A Ct.isolm, Kirkpatrick A Witte. Mown
A Co, H Cobia A co. B O'Neill, Werner A Du - I:or, D
Paul A Co, Corwin A Co, S R Marshall, T M Bristoll,
snd Clagborn, Herri og A Co.
P?r steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S C
Mrs H W Dem, Miss S Whiteside, Miss W F Blakely,
Miss M W Foster, Miss A J manuel, J R Ka s erl lng,
B U Wilson and lady. Miss Ula Atkinson, D L Pi in?
gle, Rev A Glenny, S S Fraser, F W McCuster, J C
Logan. J E Godfrey and lady, Miss a U Godfrey, E
al litton, Miss Mary Hand, MISS A Iiear, Dr L C
Hasen, Mrs J D Ward, Miss A A Ward, Miss M B
Ward. Miss G Flagg, M?as J D Hascll, W A Kelly,
and 15 in steerage.
Port of Charleston. May ll.
TUA KS OF TBE MOOS.
Last Quarter, 3d, 8 hour?, 21 minutes, mo nine.
New Moon, ll tb, 10 hours, 47 minutes, mon. lng.
First Quarter, lath, 4 hours. 9 minutes, evcuing.
Full Moon. 25tb. IO Louis 3 minutes morning.
RISES, i SET 8.
JU aioudav. 6
12 Weduesday.j 5
16 Son iav.! 6
Steamship J W Everman, Snyder, Philadelphia
left 6th mst, P M. Mdse. To Jno & Theo Getty.
Railroad Agen's, U S Quartermaster, J D Aiken A
Co. J Archer, J M Bristoll, H F Baker A Jo. Bissel!
A Co. H L Butterfield. Cumeron A Barkley, J Camp
sen A Co, T M ? later. L chap?n, Chisolm Bros, W H
Chafee & < o, McDuff Cohen, Fogartie's Bookstore,
J Ferguson, J M Or. er, iioodricii, Wim man k Co,
Gas Company, Johnston, Crews A f o, D Johnson &
Co, Jeffords A co, Muller, Nimitz A Co, J Marion, s
K Marshall, Ostendorffs Co. C F P. n tn in, D Paul
k Co, W F Paddon, tl P Poppenheim, J H lt' nec?
ker, Boper k Stoney, J Russell, L F Robertson, Mrs
?no ?den, H T Peake. H A Torck, W G Trott. J H
Walter k Co. and P Walsh.
sehr anna Leland, Bennett, New Orleans, - days.
Corn. Oats, Ac. To A J salinas.
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 83
Herc- s Rice. To Cohen. Haickel k Co.
steamer Emilie, Lewis, Georgetown, S C. 93 ? bia
Rice, and Sundries. To tshackelford Ar Kelly, A E
Gibsou. li Parker, W L Webb, Holmes A Macbeth, J
M Rason k Bro. J R Pringlo, R A A P Caldwell, and
Risley A Creighton.
British bark David McNu'.t, Me Kl ben ny, Liveipoo!
lt Mure k Co.
Sehr James A Crooker, Curr.er Providence, R I.
Sehr James Jones Jones, Georgetown, s C. >
fcchr Fiyiug scud, Mitchell, Wilmington, N 0.
From tills con.
Bntish bark Thc Queen, Cook, Quebec, May 3.
spanish br-g Carmelita. Ro?dos, Harccloua, April 19.
Roar L T Knight, smith. New York. May 7.
sehr David Faust, Lord, Matanzas. April 26.
sehr Uaunsb Litt 0, Godfrey, PhiLdelphia, May 7.
Sailed for tills Port.
Sehr D Talbot, Low, from itockport, Me, via Belfast,
Snipncws by 1e' r>-apia.
NEW YOBS, May 10-Arrived, Westphalia f om
SAVANNAH. May 10-Arrive.!, steamships Goneral
Barnes fiom Now York; A ul uri-an from Baltimore;
br g Alexander Milliken from Belfast; tenr George A
Pearce irom New Orleans.
lbs bark Nord beer, in m St Mary's tor Monte?
video, la ashore on the -t Mary's bar and Icak'ng,
The bril,' Manzinil'.o, from Charleston tor Rock
port, Mc, arrived at Ho mes'Hole May 6, rc, ons
heavy weather after pa3?ing Ratleras, and lost fore?
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, sj. C., MAY 7.
May 7-Sehr Tmina, Anthony, from Now Yor'r.
May 7-Sehr Wakala, hawkins, for Now York.
L-l M OK V l.?-? I,
CP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TUIS POAi.
Tbe Clifton, Williams, sailed.April 10
The Minnie, Robertson, up.April 14
Bark Helen Sands, Ota, railed.March ls
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, np.Apiil 23
Bri? Alexander Milliken, snow, sailed.April 18
Fchr D Taibot, Low, saned.May 1
Fchr Jacob 4 William, Frisbie, sailed.May 5
Sehr Myrover, I rown, up.April 28
Brig Henry Perkins, Mayo, ceared.April 30
jpnifls, (^emirato, <?tr.
FOR PURIFYING TUB BLOOD.
this excellent medicine en
jovs, is "derived from nt
.ure-, litany of which are
truly marvell .us. Inrele
rale ca^cs of Scro'.ulouM
disease where the system
seemed saturated willi
rorrup ion, bave been i u
liSed aud cured by it.
Scrofulous aflections and
disorders, whiia were ag.
nra vu ed by tho scroiu
tous coniamination until
they were painfully afflictiug, have been radical y
cured in auch great cumber* in almi 11 every section
of the countrv, that the pablic scarcely need to be
Informed of ito virtues or use*.
Scrofulous poison is one of the most destructive
enemies of ou~ race. Often this unseen and unte):
tenant of the organism undermines the constitution,
and invites the attack ot enfeebling or fatal diseases,
without exciting a suspicion of its presence. Again.
it seem? to breed infection through tue body, and
til en, on some tavorable occa-iou, rapidly develop.?
into one or other oi its hideous forms, either on tbe
surface or among the vitals. In tbe latter, tubercles
may bc mddenly deposited in thc lungs or heart, or
tumors formed in ibo liver, or it shows ft-" presence
by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations on some
part of thc body. Hence the occasional use ot a
little of ibis SARSAPARILLA is au Usable, even
when no active symptoms cf disease appear. Per?
sons afllicte ' with the iol.on-irg complaints generally
find imn cdiate relief, and, at length, cure by the
use of this SARsAPAKILLA: St. Anthon)'s Fire,
Rose or Erysipelas, Tetter, Salt Rbcum, Scald Hoad.
Ring Worm, .-ore lyes, bore Ears, and other erup?
tions rr visible forms of Scrofulous dbejse. Also,
in the more concealed forms, as Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
Heart DI ea?e, Pits, Epilepsy, Neura'gia and the va?
rious ulcerous affections of the muscular and ner?
syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases are
eur-d by lt, though a long time ia required for sub
during these obstinate maladi s by any medicine,
But long continued uss of this medicine will cure
'the complaint. L>ucorrho? or Whites, Uterine Ul?
cerations and Female diseases, are commonly soon
relieved and ultimately cured by its purifying and
invigorating efft ct Minute Directions for each case
aro found m our Almanac, supplied gratis. Rheu?
matism and Gout, when caused by accumulations of
extraneous matters in tbe blood, yield quickly to it,
as also Liver Com plaints, Torpidity, Congestion oi
Inflimmatlon of the Liver and Jaun 'tee, wn?n ans
lug, aa they often do. from the rankling poisons in
the blood J his SABbPAUILLA is a great restorei
for the strength and visor of the system. Ihose who
are Languid and Listle a, Despondent, sleepless
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears,
oraiyoftbe affections symptomatic of Weakness,
will find immediate relief anl convincing evidence
ol its lestorative pc wer upon trial.
? I HEP A?. KD BT
Dr. J. C. AY KU Oi Cl?., Lowell, .Mass.
Practical and Analytical Chemists.
Sold at Who:, sa IP, by
DOWIfc k MOISE.
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Befall Druggists everywhere.
Marcb 25 DAT ?r>*tn3mn?
tl O V T Z'l
Horse and Cattle Powders.
mil, such as LUNG
H H AVES, Coughs,
Founder, Lo?? of
Appetite and Vital
long and tavonoly
known, will thor
broken down and
by strength cntng
and cleausim.' the
Hlomucb und intes?
Ii lu a sure preven?
tive of all diseases
incident to Ulis ant
FEVER, GLANDERS', TEL
Its use improves
the Wind, increas?
es tho Appetite
gives a Smooth
and Glossy skin- j*
ami transforms the *v
Into a fine looking and spirited Horse.
TO EEEPEB3 OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
It increases the
quantity and Im?
proves thc quality
of the MILK, It
has been proven
br actual experi?
ment to increase
the quantity of
Milk and Cream
twenty per cent..
?and make the But?
ter firm and tweet.
In fat teni ug cattle, it gives them an appetite, opens
their hides and makes them thrive much laster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUGHS,
LIVER, kr., this
articleac ts sa ? spe?
cific. By putting
from one-half to
a paper ia a barrel
of swill the ab ve
diseases wi ll be
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in time, a certain pre
Uve and cure for the Hog Cholera.
DA VIO E. F O ? TX,
WHOLESALE DBUO AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 116 Franklin-street. Baltimore, Md.
FOB SALE BT
DOW IK di MOISE,
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE,
No. Ul MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Dr nudist ? K vcr y wrier
Jil ty 2D ruc lu
J. B HEARD, N. X. I W. J UEARD. NORFOLK.
C. W. YOUNO. N. Y. I F. B. OOODRIDOE, POUTS MOUTH.
TJBARD, YOUNO d> CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. ?17 Washlngton.street,
NE W YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VEGEGABLES, PRU'TS,
REFERENCES.-Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Revno ds h Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ohio, Super,
intenden? 8. k R Railroad, Portsmouth : Colonel a.
L. Fremont, IC. E. Eurruss. Esq., Wilmington; H.
E. Thurber k Co., Langbran k Egbert, New York ;
Bernard O'Neil), Charleston ; Alexander & Russell,
Savannah. 3 rn os April 2
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AOENT,
So. tn Broad-street.
RESPECTFULLY 50LI0I18 BUSINESS IN AD
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOBS,
tither in part or whole, kc. . January 9
SOUTH CA KU LI NA KAI LRU AU.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, 8. C., April 9, lfC9. (
ON AND AFTER SU?-DAY. API.IL 11TH, THU
PASSU-'OEB TRAINS of tbe ?outh Carolin?
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A.M.
Arrive at Aujrusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trams for Montgomery, Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery anr
Leave Charleston.8.S0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Maucbester li til
road, ?un Camden train.
Leave Augusta.9.'in A, M
Arrive at Charleston.R.10 P. M
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. M
Arrive at Cbarloston.6.10 P. M
AUG CST A NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Auguste.6.10 A. il
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and Hew Orleans, via Grand Junction.
I eave Augusta.4.10 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.l.W A. M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.06 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.f..4.46 A. M.
Connecting (.-uuduys excepted) with Greenville anf
Leave Columbia.5 j ; P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.3C A. M.
St MMERYII.LE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.8.S5 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 6.(0 2. M.
Leave Summerville. .7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.. .8.25 A. M
Camden and columbi t Passenger Trails on MON?
DAYS, WELKESDAXS and SATURDAYS, connects with
up and down Day Passengers at Eingville.
Leave Camden.6.35 A. M,
ArrUe at Columbia.ll.nu A. M.
Arrive at Camden.7.0.1 P. M.
Signed! B. T. PEAKE,
April 10 General Superintendent.
?ium & Dry Plaste'
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
Cannot bc Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
'FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & OO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
" . , , (265 Broadway, New York.
Pnncipal ) m cheatnut St phillL
Warehouses j108Bank st., Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
SALES OF REAL ESTAiK, STOCKS, BONDS, SE?
CURITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
IO. '4 7 UIKI.VU-STKKKT
CHARLESTON. 8. C.
Hon. HENRY BUIST, W. J. MAGRATH, Esq.
General JAMES CONNER, T. R. WARING, Esq.
QHAMBEKLAIN Ai SKABUOOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
CharUkton, S. C.
Offlca in the Courthouse.
D. H. CHiSTBEBLlIS, A tty-Gccenl.. .E. B. SEABROOK.
Special attention will be paid to the Prosecution of
Claims held by parties outille of the State. May 4
W. & L. G. WELLS & CO.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 114 WEST PRATT-STREET.
B ULTIMO a E, MD.,
RECEIVE AND SELL ON COMMISSION ALL
kinds ot early
We guarantee hiebest market prices and prompt
returns for all consignments to our house. Stencil
Plates furnished free ot chargo 2mos May 3
Jg I) W ARD DALY,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANT,
No. 89 Warn ri street.
? NEW YORK.
PEBSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUR?
CHASE of all kinda ot MERCHANDISE. Boots,
Shoes, Hats, Ca s aud Truns?, und 8lraw G ooda a
Consignments of all kinds of Staple Articles and
genera] Produce solicited.
Prompt returns guarauteed. _
Lau? of Charleston, 8. 0.
Femi-Weekly Price Currents sent iree by post.
January 2d nae inios
Nos. 175,177 and 179 KING-STREET, - - Charleston, S. C.,
Keeps constantly on band a large and well selected assortment ot
CABINET F LTRNITURE,
Of the latest and most approved styles, which he offer.? at prices that cannot fail to please.
CHAMBER AND COTTAGE SETS, OF EYERY DESCRIPTION.
SS- THE BEST ASSORTMENT EYER OFFERED IN THIS MARKET.-Ola
5.B.-Goods Carefully Packed for Shipping.
March ld DAC thslu2mos
Soto Sbarjmur onH pwjjfiur.
TAILORS PiTEl Sifi?RPllRll
GANG AND CIRCULAR SAW MILLS.
HAVING PURCHASED THHsPATENT RIOHT FOR THE STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA FOB THE
above, we are now prep- red to fill orders for the same,
i he advantages of this Machine are economy, dispatch and perfection In keeping all kinds of SAWS in
lorie ct or J er.
by its use the teeth of the Saw are kept at a uniform depth, ansie and size.
Fully one-fourth (>i > and better lumber can be cut per day where this Machine is used, the Saws run?
ning straighter, freer, taster and cut smoother. L_ *
A Saw can be sharpened in five minutes, ano in the most perfect manner.
The price of the Machine can be saved in a few month* in thc co.-1 of flies and labor.
For ! urtu er information apply to
May 5 ? l?ffle?
. ^Morant r.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeiture.
Hali Loan Taken. No Notes Required*
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force.$25,000,000
Annual Income. bO0,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOH? A Dix, New York. E. V. HAUOHWOOT, Firm E. V. Haurhwout *
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harpsr & Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. WM. WILKENB, Firm W. Silkens ? Co.
JOHN J. CRANE, Preaident Bank Repu bbc. JULIO J H. PUATT, Merchant.
WK T. HOOKES. Wall-street. WM. W. WBIOHT, Merchant.
WM. M. VERMILYE, Banker ( Vernally * A Co.) CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLEN. Meichant.
Company. GEO. W. CUYLEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. I.
Hon. GEORG E OPDYKE ex-Mayor of New York. GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire in
MINOT C. MOKOAN, Banker. surance Company.
THOMAS RIGNEY, Firm Thomas Rigney & Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD. Park Place.
BEN'. B. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Steam WALTON H. ' -XKHAM. Corner 5th Avenue and
?Sugar Beflniug Company. Iwenty-tbira-dtreet.
AARON ARNOLD. Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co. EDWARD H. WBIOHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
yere. W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Caroliua,
Dr. T. RE KS ST JK ll vv. Examining P?ysieian.
R. ISSERTEL, *
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
Janusiy 19 6mo PAC Omce^lo. 313 King-Street, Charleston. S. C.
FERTILIZE IR S !
MODES' SUPERPHOSPHATE !
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORGHILLA GUANO ! PERUVIAN GUANO!
RHODES' MANCHE IN ITS PREPARATION. 13 MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FACI50
large crops of Cotton, Corn, Wheat, Tobacco. Potatoes and other Boot Crops.
The Manufacturing Department is conducted by Frederick Klett, one of the most siilliul Chemists ac*
Manufacturer)* m the United Slates.
It is endorsed, approved and recommended by all of the most prominent Chemists and Agriculturists in
the Southern states. "It can be relied upon as uniform m quality," always reliable, productive of largs
crops, and unexcelled by any in the market, In the higb percentage of "True Fertilizing Principles."
Price ti7 SO cash, or $65 time, with Factor's acceptance, and 7 per cent, interest until 1st Decemb r,
ult CH ILL A GUANO-"AA." a fine Bird Guano, rich in Phosphates and AlkaUns Salts. Price).i
cash MU time. av
PK KC VI AN GUANO-Warranted pure, and always on hand. Furnished at market prices for cs sb,.
Analysis of Rhodes' Standard Superphosphate of Lime.
Moisture Expelled at 212?.6.05
Soluble Phosphoric Acid..9.06
Equal to Phosphate Lime .19.78 sj
Common Phosphoric Acid.16.03
Equal to Bone Phosphate.34.99
Lime with Phosphoric Acid.29.68
Sulphate ol Lime and other Salts not estimated.40.18
The above analysis indicates a Manorial Superphosphate of Lime of the highest grade ordi?
narily found in tho American market. It? lararo amount of Soluble Phosphoric Acid supplies
an active nutriment for tho development and maturity of the fruitape. The Sulphuric Acta
which it contains, by chemical affinity with the elements of most soils contribute to ita Fer*
tilizing Properties. To show its best effects, this Superphosphate should be applied* under
and iu contact with tho Seed, and with a mod?ratele ?hallow covering of soil.
Inspector, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia,
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
February 13th, 1869.
We guarantee that every package of RHODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE shan
fully come up tc the above analysis.
B. M. RHODES & CO.,
No. 8a SODTH-STRKET, BALTIMORE.
B. S. RHETT & SON,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. O.
M. L. FIELEY'S
Celebrated Cooking Stoves,
"PHILANTHROPIST" AND "CIVILIAN,"
Manufactured at Troy, N. Y., and for sole by
D, L. FULLERTON,
THESE STuVES STAND UNRIVALLED FOB
capacity, durability, convenience- and the gen*
eral purpose* to which Cooking Stoves are used. The
PH ll ANTHROPIC 1 is eitraheav} plated, and has
Ash Drawer; can be made bato a fix boiler hole
stove : has cast iron Wtter Tank galvanized, oi
enamel lined. A strictly first-class ttove. Ibe
CIVILIAN is of a neat design, and has a flue large
Oven. This Stove can be bad with the extension
oack. six boles and reservoir wheu o efl Ired
For further itfonxation apply to
D. L. FULLERTON.
January"*) 6mos Augusta, Ga
LONDON AivD PIUS EXTOSIip.
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
O. N. T.
SIX COUII, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Fini?h, ia recommended for its
great superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Dry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 Smo