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TSE DAILY NEWS.
Hiv it eft- iliad.
Achine* wrtth-lo Greece the direr ol spring
Ol woe? unnumbered-cas a trifling thing
Gsmparod wdb 'beie eve >te ot monera dava,
WB?D Piduoury strove 'galnit Mickey's tortuous
was ?. _,** '
0*whan Atnc'a ?ODS wi h scalawags engage,
and cMpet-bsguers swav the acenlo .tage.
While noi-otne odors fill the Council dcm
-an*! rio* rutea, with Pottei'* load unen I
Great Jove looted on from his imperial height,
frith, clouded brow, 1 d gnant at tbe eight:
"Faet in tn? chaina ot bondage did I And
, "Tba Meero, and removed him from bia kind.
.TeOlmstiin pagan ? 1 the mission gave
"The rude bar? i lan from his nrte to ?ave,
? ?-?ped the buve BLip io Afric's burning shore
"And mace them pla?. e--nut cann i nais no more.
**Whoda>edsabvert high Heaven's most just decree?
- "Who loosed the chain, and ?et the ? ring-tailed.**
"From Apes and huge Gorillas was he ta'en,
"And made to till the Southern fruitful plain ;
..OH high Olympe* did the Gods approve
**A Batvnoa aterctfu'. and foll or love."
Thus Jove-'hen seizing with bl" mighty band
m thunderbolt tb blast ?. o.umbi*'? I md.
When Collins' speech, ?nd Barrow's rigmarole,
-Confused th* God. aud dio hi* rage control :
1 -"Whh rabtie purpose now tbe world 1U iule,
"111 mak* tbe negro wise, the white mau fool ;
-?.ikecanting Pit aburr mu"tbeiid to tate,
? ? *?Hi? race eat dirt, wbile negroes ru e the 8tate.
"Thus abai- revengeful Heaven asa?rt its power
? ?And loose tbe farieK in Oils evl1 hour,
"Wita rage ii flame the carpet-rai ger's breast
?'and race 'gaunt race this impious quarrel test."
MATAN ZAR TIA NA?-SAU. N P-Per Bri'lah sehr
Lion-73 hhds and i 00 boxes bug ar, 81 hud?
Hotaaaea, to W P HaO.
UVMPOOL-Per British ateamahip Marmora-1*7
hage Ma lslaz^, 1980 ba>es UpiaiidCotton, 236
"bois Bosin, rhiT taits Cotton Se d.
KgW YOKE-P<r seamship Manhattan-15 bags
t" Bea Island Cotton, 695 baled Upland Cotton, UO
batea Yarn, 14 eales Waste, 18/ tierces nice, ia
package* r-undries, 8o ecupiy Barrels, 63 bags
- cocoanut*, 204 orates Vegetables, 192 bbls Pota?
toes, Pei sehr Mos.s H r ramnall-250 balea
I . UpfarndCotton. 65 casita Bice, 237 bbls Bosin, 67
- kate'Cotton Watte, tO.bOO tee! Plank, 172 tons
I**1 IPU ?BO Boar Wt els..
^ALTttoOKB- fer steamabip Maryland-14? bal??
* " I Dphmd Cettoa. ot wnkh-148 were tor i hitadel
""" phis, 13 badea hage lor PuU*delphia, 94 bales
. Tarns and ltom?suca, 143 Heros* aloe. 21 bbls
? Basin. T7" bag? tfrooudnuts. 17 bales Hides, 4
bb!? Whi-key, 44 packages furniture, Ac, 260
'?jj :rocksge* Vegetables, and sundries. '
Ctiarletton Cotton and lt Ice Harket.
OIT102 Ol' THE CH A KL KM ON DAILY A *Wb, 1
t^sk?iMtdM. 6aturu*y livening, May 15. J
COTTON -1 ha opcxatloo? ha the staple continu e |
?..derate with a ight inquiry tram purchasers, and
Oetnohnarion to buy the better quail ties va? w
atrtoied in us movement? hy the Very small stock of
, smith wea? held flrmly, whde the com
* being tn mere abundant supply, had a
Tue transactions were!;
,?*j : ? at JJ, 2 at 25* ; 14 ttaajft O
at ?; 49 at MftVrVfe *XfH at 2?S ; 10 at 36* ; fi
s^^tAj^jl^ttS?? We quote :
.V-,. ; '.. ; .uunroox. or IHMIrroartoa.
? Orlinsxy to uood ordinary.263bs)36K
Low miad ung.ssa,.2eX<tr
By Nsw xor* eiasai?caUiTi we quoter
|nCB.-Ine zoakket was Arm, md purchasers were
th sally lead lc tad io their traoaaedotu; sales 60
i ofeiean C.rohm? ut 8 5-lio ft fb. We quote'
? i/o fait dean Carolina 7X@8jtf; good 8*?
-.Wp?* .. ?
, - rt*-M-rr
LOTTOOS, May 16-Noon.-Co J tola 92S'- Bouda
tjultt at 7?ft Sogar firm, boab on spot and afloat;
spot 80*. fa.; afloat 29a. ?<L Tallow 42?.
LrvxarooL, May 15-Noon.-cotton open* quiet;
WBlandi UK; ur eans\\%; sale* 600Obales.
afternoon-Cotton a abade easier; uplands UK;
Orleans lift. Wheat-No. a red Western 8s. 7d.
^torn, new, 26s,
Ha TAXA. May 14.-Sugar animated and price* un
' * NiwTORT, Mar 16-Noon.-?tocits ?toady. Money
.CaT. Sterling 9ft GJU 89ft North Caroltnaa,
new, 66X- Virginia*, ex coupon, 68ft ; new, 6Tft.
Tennetsocs, exo jupon, 68; new. 65ft Loulaian**, .
Levee? 69;*. Cotton quiet ana steady a'
J8ft larpeatinedrm at46. Boain steady; straiu
*A $1 66*3 Freights quieL
Jfjmkg. i IsjjMsM. SAM at Aa7. laths bank stitts- j
?aa* io specie about equal to the week's i
i ; heavy increase in de po ?1 ta, due from receipt
motes Irom the interior.? bterllng 2}?>9>?.
-Gold 30>fa3*ft boothera stocks quiet and un*
Ckrtglfl Cotton steady ?nd lea* active ; sale* of
MOO balas at 28ft Fiour dull ; raperflne, as 66a
4(5 8?. Wkea* duli ; white Mchsgao tit*); amber
We*tern?i60. Oom*o*ree ; mixadWeaterc ranges
*t 82*90. Whlsksy doll at 93. Mes? park steady.
Lard atsady; katti* lSftOBft. Naval ?tores quiet j
aod firmar. Orooerias quant and steady. Jfretght* j
quiet ?cd firm.
i??mkmm. May 1&-Oottou steady at 98 oenU.
W?sMV??t??? tetjinhnr. Wbaat : reoetpta axaall and
jarioe* noooxul. Oom ana; waite 83; yedo? un.
jhaegecL Pork quiet at $31 58*3175. Bacon firm ;
a**okkr*14ft Lard dud at 19. Whiskey firm at
9?, with h^ntdemmd. Vtrgintaa, o.d. 80ft; '66'*,
fl?; Wa, 62JNortel Cwrhias, 55 bid. .
Laanrvzuo, May IA-Pro vi. ions steady. Hacon
**Wd*t*lSft; olear alda* 17ft. Meas pork $31 25.
Ltrdia. Baw whiakey 93*S?.
' WiutisaroH, May 15.-?pinta turpentne steady
at 40ft Beam fi 25*6 25. Crude turpei Uno ll 75a
Apotra, May I?,-Gorton ital ?ad offermg stock i
light; Livtrrpool middhiig, 23Ko; sales'89 bales; re* |
SavAXXAH, May lbw-Ootton quiet but steady;
sales BOO bale?; middling. 27o; receipt* 845 bales;
kfaaULa, May IA-Cotton Arm, fair demand; sales
kales; low middling S8fta3?fto; receipts 407
Baw OaLXaJO, May 15.-Cotton quiet; middling
^tftsafft; salsa 800 baos; receipt* 1581 bale*; a?
ports 6706 balsa. Gold 39ft. Sleding 62ft. New
York sight % premium. Sugar-co unon Q^aie^;
?rime 18ft, Molasse* nominal; fermenting 35*51.
Interior Cotton Market?.
UNION, May IA-A lea bales told daring the
W*ek *t 25 cents.
MONTGOMERY, May lt.-Cotton market Arm.
Low nuddlin s Oi^c.
-8XLMA, May li.-Salas 125 bales. Middlings 25^
AflBfto. Very Utile eutton in the market
COLUMBIA, May 15.-The mar .et ha* been very
dull during the psst wee e. and consequently we are
aaable to give any quo attona.
OBANGBL?B?. May ll-<*les for the week 30
W* Marka* dall ?od declining. We quote: Or-.
?hairy 23 >i ; low mid JUL g 24; middhng 34a35.
COLD MBUs. May W._Thsre waa no demand for L <
any thing save better grade*. Low middlings Jf ii. "l
?"|Jf|lnH* 96c. Warehouse tale* 98 balea; receipts 1
16 bale*; shipments 62 batea. 1
MACON, May 14-The market to-day was firm <
with a good demand, the best cotton ts quoted ? 1
fraction nigher toa i yesterday, say 26ft)# I ne nun?- I
bu of bale* in wareuouse ls, by count, 1900 bales ]
At the corresponding period last year the ? umber <
-WS* 8390 osle* Becvipt* to day 21 baler ; ah? ymen ta I
162 bal*' ; sale* 94 baton Tue quotttious a re a* lol- *
Jows:Oroln*i7 23;goodordmary24>?;towmiddUnB J
M; nudoiloa 35J?C. g i
GEOBQETOW-N. May'l'a.-fonos_^No tales this i
WSek. We quote from 15 io 27c per pound. '
COBS -Prime white corn fl 15 per bushel.
TIMBXB - *ies of 300 sicks kt 9 tol&osah. Larg*
long ?muer n demand. ? upply limited.
aliarasxixa-XeJlow dip t>2 76; scrape erhard
fl 35; virgin dtp ii per bb of 280 lbs to the bbl.
Augusta Weekly tot ton Korket.
' AU QU Ml A, May 14 -COTTON-Iheie has been a
continued fair dem. nd durba toe week der re-j
vten tor cotton, but eonnned- almost e iel ti si v ely to
mida Ling ?nd the better grade?, lower qualities be?
ing eu'ire y neglected, i o make sales low pnces
had to be accepted. Quo ?tiona on a basis of Liver- 1
?col middling were s.e?dy, vat ymg from 26*2 )J?. '
oday trices ?r>-a sha e Aimer undera moregene i
ral demand, but boy en are billi inclined to the bet- 1
tar gr.de* in making turbases. Llverotol mid- 1
.liing fl m at 26ft:; kales of the week 1758 b-ies; i
r*oelpU628osase; re eipts last season, from Septem. ?
bari. 1867, to 4i?y IL 1868. wer* 16J.826 bales; for ?
?^pr?tent aaa ion to date. ?t,659 bajes; difference m <
favor hut season 11.26C baie?. ??ice m I
Aavaanah Weekly Market
BAVANNAB, May la.- oTxon.-auo week lust
?dosed ha* beea marked with inactiv.ty iTthTs ST
and tue limited orders receded at ibu season ot
y??, coup ed with the ?tro, g downward tenden-i ?
?y in prices In the Liverpool market, presen 11 but -, ] '
shadow of a prospect for tbs oolloo that ls b
our market to* higher prices.
a review of the leadlos markets of the No
States tor ihe past month will sbow a ere >t we.
on the part of LO:dora. A month ago, when gc
selling at 33Xa33)i per ci nt, the Maple cemm
the tame price as it does now, w en gol" is
38 'this, no doubt, bas bet n eau-ed by the s
aceoui ts of the bad stats ot brade In the manu!
lug districts of ? i gland. -
at tbe close ot the week we must x> port a du
irregular market prices showing a down wai
dency. Although Liverpool doses erm, -nd
has ad vax eel KM*?" V cent, our market remati
changed. We quote: Midd.lng 27c; low mu
20Kc; gool ordiuary 25 Kb
SKA ISLMDDS-\re in good and general dei
and the eales of the week bavo been cons de
leaving on y a moderate stock, with very Lttt'e
able co ron in it m m wbich to select. With a
stock and insignificant receipts, the season nj
considered as almost cloaed for the stspie. lt
Iow na; quotat ons are well susiamed : Con
floridas ajd Georgias 60*65; medium Florid:
' good Floridas C5a70; One Flori isa 80.
1 he receipts at tb s port wnce way 6tb. amor
4910 bales upland and ll bales sea island, of i
4550 were received per Central Railroad, 360
nplaod and 10 bales sea island per A?antic and
haiiroad. 4 from landings on the Savannih I
and ll bales sea Island from Florida and tbe <
The ci or's for the same time have been 1764
upland and 206 biles sea Island, of which 1134
upland and 206 bales sea island were shinned to
Tort, 264 bales upland to Baltimore, and 366
upland to Philadelphia
BICH-Very dull ; fair stock Wc quote dean
men io prime &i8H?o; interior rongh SI 50al 71
coast do $1 76a2 per bushel. Stock of clean r
present In the oity 700 tierces.
WILMINGTON, Hay 16- SPITTS TUBPE:n
Stead v. hales of 127 casks at 40 ?c.
Boa?.-Sales ot 465 Obis at $ < .5 for extra 2
t3 tor No. 1 and $5 3~;-i, S&>6 25 for pale
Cauros T?BPENTiNE.--ales of 510 bbls at I
virgin, $2 80'for son and 91 75 for hard.
TAB--4S bbls were taken at $2 35.
No transactions it> cotton for several days.
NASHVILLE, May 13.-COTTON-The Liv?
and New York murket9 were fli m to-day, with p
Vahado bette-, though not'quotably higaer.
market quiet and steady, wiin demand fair for
crad?s. We quote: Oromary, 22; good ordu
28>?a24; low middUug. 26o.
NASHVILLE OOTTON BTATZUEXT.
Stock on b md ? eptember i, 1868.
Beceir-d to-day. 161
Shipped to-dav. 149
Stock on hand.<
Coax-Olden are accurunlaiine, and dealers
nrnnixig behind, on account of the small rece
The transactions to-day amounted to 200 bus
loose from wagon at 66c, sud 300 buaheln sacked
delivered ia depot at 78".
BOSTON, May 12.-COFTEZ.-Market quiet
stocka are held mostly above ti e vtows of buy
Ihe eales ol Jara baw been in small lota at 24c;J
gapore Java at 31a22c, and Bloat 14K*18c tp 16,g.
Ht Domingo is very scarce and quiet, and prices
qoite nommai. '
COTTON.-lhere has been veryllttle doing mi
ton the past week, but prices bave not vaned mr
nally, and the better grades are scarce and h
firm The sales have been la small lota as wan
by spinner*,' and we quote ordinary at MXaVJ
good ordinary 2ft?37t-; low middlings 27X 38]
andnndonng art 38X129X0? lb including u^iai
and irait, T he stock on hand is about 14,000 ba
and the market cloaca quiet st quotations
DOMSTICS-With manufacturers the business ci
throes moderate, bom tor cotton and woollen gooc
bot the Jobbiug trace is quite active, and buaini
prospects login o loo? a little more en cou rag?
rrlces remain about mentone.
Gunin HA cw-sales of lOO bales at 16c, and:
bales at 16Mb earn ney.
Oomrr CLOTH-There has been oonsilerable sp
uleUv? meru iry for gunn; olotb, and prices have i
vanced. slid tend Upward, hales of I60O bales at 1
lomeare!11, m. b nd; to amve, D^c gold, de iver
Joly 1st. interest and expenses; Qi\ccurrency, pi
evnt deUvery, and 22 Kc currency, oe avered Augt
HAT-Tno sales of Eastern and Northern bs
been st 814a28 nerton, and tholoo Lanada at aa a
vance ou the latter ra** .
KatUS icaurs There have bean sales caf la?
cask- HI Irin turpo> tine at 44Ka46Ko per galloi, si
market now mm at 4SJ?6- lar 1_ qolei witta ami
sale? at SIS GOalS 62K per bbl. In Uoeia, sales 4
bola at Si iur?o. i. and S3 75 lor low Mo. 3 flu
RICE -Sales of 100 casks Carolina at 8% per 1
The New York Vegetable Market.
The New Turk World, of l bored.? last, makes t
foBowicg statement in reference to the position
the vegeiable tmaetn that city:
Common er?des of potatoes, such as Harrison
Chile, monitor a d bu kova are not soiling at a
and fr. m this out promise io loee badly Prin
btate peach blows are worth S3 60J2 C2 per donb
bead bal; Ohio und Michigan $3a2 37, in buln ur
bois ; mercer* do not tell; Prince A berte ste cjuoti
at S115 il ia bbls and St 60al 75 in bull. Tbe ma
ket ia almost care of Bermuda pro luce, con ignee
intend to open the next arrivals at late prices, A
nangus, wita lavo ra le weather, ls ol cn tn ul an
lower Floria? send ? some string beans, Which ai
hsid to sell, having been kept too long < n the vine
Norfolk gr en peas bring S10 per ool roa.lily ; baa
relied do from Charleston and Savannah do not pa
for ?end! og; crates must bo pr me to bring S3. Cai
rota are unusually cud lor*the season, and lower.
Carrots, per bbl.SI 60 @ 31
Beets, per bbl. 3 36 fi tl
(.quash, marrow, per bril. 8 60 @ 4 G
Rilaste Turnips, per bbl.160*117
While Iurnips, per bbl.160 O 1 7
squash, H ubbard, per bbl.86* I 4 0
Garlic, per luO bunches.IO 00 (911 0
AaparsguA, L. L and b. J., per dotes.. ?69 ff I *
Asparagus, Oyster Bsv, par dosen. 4 00 I 4 tv
h hubs rb, per 100 bus ch ss.too fi BO
Bermuda Potatoes, per bbl.?.. 800 91001
Bermuda Tom ? toe*, per 6 qt box.IN (<* 1?
Bermuda Onions, per obi. ?16?
Bernauda Onions, in hampers, perlb....l3Uo@ ....
Oharleston.Cabbage, per 100.prime....1000 @140(
Norfolk Oreen Peas, per bbl.1090 ?a ...
Charleston Oreen Peas, per crate.100 fi 3 0(
BATANA, Hay 8 - ihe mat ket through the week
contrary to expectation, has remained firm, and
arith some show of activity, oloalng with the figures
for whites through st ?5K to S7j? per 100 pounds,
Including best tra?na; yellows o o. at S6f? to S5>? co.
do. ; browns do. Usn . 13, at 94 X to MK do. ; Cu
sum obos io. No. 7 to 10 at S3% to 94}?, and parallel
Dum bera ol Muscovaooes and Centnfugals for re?
lining and grocery qualities at equal rates, and on to
nawnsMffi last week.'-. No change, but no heavy
bnair.ess done snipped dui in g tba wees hence and
from Mai anus tone holiday lu the week, 1 33,465
boxes and 6366 hhds., of which to tbe Gaited states,
16.664 boxes ann 48C6 hhda. ; leaving stocks ia the two
ports equal t^ 818 366 boxes SDd 17,976 hhds againat
fo- last year at th? fame Urns of 146,347boxes and
17,2C8hh(*a. The evidence now being that the crop
will be quite equal io that of '?8, wi. h all the los? sus?
tained east and in the most easterly potts along the
soo. h aide.
MOLASSES-More quiet, and rates remaining as
reporto?! very little don -, and s oaks light In
other island produce I have only to repeat remarks
In my last report.
FXXTOHTS. -Very little done; many v?asela partial
Iv loaded filing up. 'iaken fir New York-bug
Shannon. 600 hhds sugar, hence; hhds, 96 each and
boxes $1V escb ; do David Fan -t, 400 hhds at Sagua,
at 97X each. Portland-Bril lah brig Bio. 2000
boxen at 91K. and hhds at 95& For Liverpool-l
British vessel. 1200 hhds sugars, at Remedios, at
tl 16s; 1 .-parish do 1100 boxes at?110s; 1 dodo,
1809 dost ?1 12a 0U.
FxoHAKOx-London, 60 days sight HXal2K;;
Cotted stateB bills at last rates, and light calla tor
paper ibis week.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-Mn
Brady, Mrs 8chmid. Mr? Prudhomme, Miss Prud?
homme, Mn K McNeail, Mist Mex all K A Wioies,
bro W Bussell. Miss Julia Wlolas, Miss WI kee, F
El Nye, Mrs W Allen, Mn C D Myuderse. M?BS Myn- .
ieise, Pr Ld HaseH, F W Ciaussen. 8 L Benson, Mrs
Muller and child, Mn A G hage, Mr Prudhomme, C
L Bu clmj er, J B Cornoll, wile sud chid, Mn I (1
Horgan, two children t>ud norse. W Lai 1er, F B
Sheldon, Mrs John on, Miss C A Welch, Mtt-s M A
M s co m ber, rt Bo 0. Capt O snyder, P L Nickenoo,
Ec Leroy, A Rumple. O B Bramfield. P Coober, E j
rohnson, J W i pel. Mr O'Bripu. H H Bunter, 0 A
Bowe, 0 Doh lek ano wi<e. B M Bowe, b R Johnson,
Hiss M Johnson, Miss L P <rdy, Mn W McPherson.
Un Apple und son. Mn Quinn, A C fish. F B Lang
len, N A Bout F Smith A C Force and wife, Mr Von
Deelen, Mr Wl.tschen. E Clark, Capt B ? bazen. T
3 Morgan, J N H jnoii siias M iry Iaear, Miss arah
Ponaon, Miss Borsch. Mi.-s t huuer. J N Heese, wile
md ob i)d. Mr J F Flinn, th iee children and ser?
rant, a M Leach, J < 'ran;, W i< i lout niau and wife,
i B Cuppen and w fe. W -tampoon D - Wuss, J W
Pickering. Mrs -milli aud cadd J Trapicr, J War?
ren. G W Fiench M ti, Car?y, M Curley, ?ir brown.
SlrGrewiiige coy John, J sheehan, J Wolbingt-r, J
Magrath, J Fo.ii er, Mr Glenson, -ur Grant, and 10 in
ita?, rs ga,
Per steamship Maryland, for Baltimort-Miss
Walker, and iwolo stt.-iotfe.
Per steamship Magnolia, from New York-1 Fatey,
B Bounap G ti Jacques, A tl Abrahams. J D Con*
iiet J A smith. I ewis L Lee Mn Mitchell aud
irren children 0 Cfor N Wiggans, W Feeruan. 0
lebreao. Captain T Payne, O. Cambridge, and J W
Per steamer Dictai or. from Paiatka, via Jackson
t lie, Fernandina and -avanuah-Col seabrook, L W
Bate?. Or Hupp Mr ttajvll and 60u. Mrs Fiizgen.d.
J T Wai?e Mr Polk Miss Po.k, J S Buygins, Or An
lerson. Mn Rober th. A B Dyer, Mi-s F White. Mies
Mute, J W ashton. K Trimby, C s Gadsden. T Sten
louse and wile. J tenbouse, Mn Mc auley, J A
ilcGuln, J Gar ed, J K Roberts, a H Moudaid. B L 1
d' her. sod 10 on decc
Consignees per Northeastern nallroad .
49 bales Cotton, 493 bbls Naval f-tores, 20 bushels
dee, Lum>>er. lob co . Mdce. Lo. io Maryoks it
WV rs, J Mar?h?'l. Jr, x O s ton y, B A k J lr carly,
tinamaii ? How. ll. Caldwell a son* W 8 Venable, l
Iraeaer ft mi.h. \ A Goloemith & Co, t roft k Ad?
ler. Enox. Daly k co, s Gandoc, J Klag, Railroad
i gout, and B Jt Gra nger.
? i. _?
LoasurneesperSotatti ? aiolina Railroad
149 bales Cotton. 66 bahs Domes?os, 65 bbl? Naval
Atores, 8 care Lubber 1 car Wood, 9 caw Stock To
Railroad Agent Pe'zer Rodgera ft Co, G H Walter A
Co, Frost sr Adger. G W Williams ft Co, H Bischoff
& Co G FOIUE, Bollmann Bios. Bi-cWe ?s fcbacnte,
Goldsmith k >on. Cleghorn, Herring ft Co, Cameron
ft Barkley, O Litschgt, O l Panknin, H Ehncks, sod
H B Grainger.
jPort ot Charleston, May 17.
rai xs or THE MOON.
Last Quarter, 3d, 8 hours, 21 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 11th, 10 hours, 47 minutes, mor?: lng.
First Quarter. 18th, 4 hours, 9 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 25th, 10 boura. 3 minutes, morning.
ats rs. i SETS.
221 rta turd ay,..
Brig S P Brown, Keen, Cardenas. 9 days. Sogar
and Molasses. To W P Hall. (Previously reported
Steamer Dictator, McNelty. Palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and ?-avaonah. Mdse. To J D
Aiken k Co. Moffat a Wharton, Seeder ft Davis. G
U Idgraham ft aon, J M Cumming, Mowry k Co, and
J C Dial.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, New York-left 12th
inst, P M. Mdse, lo Itavenel & Co, G W Aimar,
M A Ashton, D A Amme, J E Adger A Co, F ? Bor?
ner, Bart ft Wtrth. B Bates k Co, W M Pird & co, H
B*? hoff k (Jo, c D Brahe k Co, J Campsen k Co, W
8 Corwin ft Co, Cameron ft Barkley. Crane, Boy i
sion ft Co. ? clari, J C B Clauasen, C D Carr A Co, J
ft F Dawson, Cohen'? Medical Depot, M Drake, A W
Eckel ft co, J 8 Fess, D F Heming ft Co. Fogartie's
Book Store, B Feldman n a Co, I L falk k Co, J S
Fairly ft Co. Forsyth. McComb ft Co, Furchgott
Bros Goodrich, Wint-man A Cc. A G Goodwin k t o,
C Goldstelo, J H Graver ft Co E H Gardiner, flail
A Co, W Gurney, 1 hyman A Co. N A Bunt, J B Bil?
len, R Bunter, 0 B Johnson ft co, Jeffords k Co, O
Koalier. Khnck, Wicksnberg ft Co. EH Kellers, C
i ttscbgt Laure y ft Alexander. Biabop Lynrh. Mowry
ft Co, McLov ft Rice, Muller, Mmitx A Co, C ii eitz?
ler, J B lintier, Marshall ft Williams, J G Milner k
Co, 3 Mliouey, N E Railroad Agent, lney ft Co. W
O'Bnen, B O Neill, D O'Neill, 3 0 Oppenheim, Os?
tend onT ft Co, D Paul & Co. Palmetto Pioneer Co-op?
erative - asocistion. C F Panknin, G E Piugree, Rior?
dan, Dawson ft Co, Qninby ft Co, W Roach ft Co, A
J Salina*. >outberu ?rpress co. s c Uaiiroad Agent,
G W Metters L Schnell k Co, 3 F Taylor ft To, t fl
Vollen, Werner A Ducker, Walker, bvana ft Cogs?
well. 8 H Vilsen. L Weiskopff, G L Wrignt, K Bun?
bun. 8 . homson. 3 H Rtunrker H Blatte 4 Co. C C
Righter. Mrs M Galloway. Mrs M-O'NeiU. C Kerri
son, J fl Mender, 3 Rut eel!. Denny ft Perry, Lesesno
& Welch. P Latz, S La Torre, Wagener k Monteen. E
W McMillan. W H Chufee ft Po. W G Whilden k Co,
8 M Gray, Gen W E Martin, S to ll, Webb ft Co. M A
Tanalunsoo, J Archer, Johnston, Cr- ws ft Co, P W
B. G sleigh1, North. Steele ft Wardell. C H Mi ott, J
Housman. Experienced strong SW gales entire pas?
British sehr Lion, Mclellan, Matanzas via Nassau,
KP, - O?ys. Sugar and Molasses. To W P Hall.
British steamship Marmora, Robinson, Liverpool
? K Mare k Co
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger ft Co.
Steams tup Miry land, Johnson, Baltimore-Courtenay
ft Tren holm.
Sehr Mosts B ?ramhall, Stout, New York-W Botch
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Nea York.
Steam nip Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore.
Kehr Argus Eye, thompson, Bast n.
behr 8 L Morgan, Moram, Boston.
.-cur GoLien City, Go ult, Providence. B I.
British steamship Marxen, Robinson, Liverpool.
Krona this Port.
Steim?hlp Prometheus Gny, Philadelphia, May 12.
Behr A B Glover, leny, Boston, May ll. .
benr Yankee Blade, coombs. New lurk, May 12.
Shipnewi o.v 'I'e'ngrapa.
Maw Yoax, May 16-Arrived, mail steamer Deutch
May 16-Arrived, steamships Bavaria, Aleppo and
wiLMinoroN, May 15-Anived, W P Clyde from
Cleared, l ucille tor Baltimore.
t-AVA.N.1 AH, Mav 16-Arrived, steamship Leo from
cleared, steamships Tonawanda for Philadelphia;
Stn salvador for N-w York; brig Hary ? Pe- nell 'or
Stonington, conn; setz Gettysburg for Providence.
Alema' ? n't a.
The sehr Yankee Blade, at Nbw York 12th instant,
from dus port, reports strong NB gales stove boat,
broke mon, boom, lost gaffiopstiL and about 1000 feet
lumber lrom deck.
The abbr Wanstt, Hawkins, from Georgetown, S
C, arrived at New York May 12.
1 bc ?ehr Torpedo, OhenavaL for Georgetown, 8 C,
cl rand at Baltimore May 13.
The Behr Wm Bunnan. Smart, from Georgetown,
S O, arrived at New Bedford May IL
LIST UK VJCSSKIAS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS POM.
TheKJliflon, William?, stiled.April 10
The Minnie, Robertson, up.April 26
3chr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.April 23
Brig Alexander Milliken, snow, sailed.April 18
Rehr D Talbot, Low, stiled.May 1
Behr Jacob ft Winiam, FriBUe, sailed.May 5
Behr N W Smith. Tooker, up.May 9
Bohr Myrover, crown, cleared.May 10
PHIL ADELPHI A.
Behr Henry Allen, Ta tem op.May ll
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, 8. O., April 9, if69. I
ON AND AFTER 8U1 DAY. APB IL 11TH, THB
PASt^OEB TRAINS of the South Carolim
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.145 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery. Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery inc
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M,
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Bail
rood, ano Camden train
Leave Augusta.9.00 A. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 P. M
Lea Te Columbia.7 45 A. M
Arrive tt Charleston.5.10 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Ch arlen ton.7.30 P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M
Connecting with trains lor Memphis, Nash viii'
md New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
i eave Augusta.,.4.10 P. ll
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. II.
COLUMBIA NIGHT h X PK ESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.46 A. M.
Connectingi-undays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
arrive at Charleston.6.80 A. M,
8- MMERVTLLE IRA IN.
Leave Ch arlee ton.3.35 P. M.
tin ve at Summerville. 5.(0 P. V,
Leave Sum merv Ule.7.10 A. M,
arrive at Charleston.3.25 A. M
Camden and < olumbi. Passenaer Trails on M Oir
itTB, ?ll N28SAY8 tod SATURDAYS, CODnCCtS With
ip and do TD Day Passcogers at KingviUe.
L?tate Oamdnu. 6 35 A. U,
Uti-eat Columbia.ll. . A. M.
[?eave Columbia......2 P. M.
krrive tt Camden..*.7.0". P. M,
Signed) H. T. PEAK?,
April 10 General Suoerintendent,
DIMS IND MM\m.
THE UNDBBBIGKED CALLS THE ATTENTION
if both olty and country purchasers to his large
itockof D8?G9, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUM?
ERY, FANCY GOODS, ko., ftc, all of which he of
en at the lowest market rates.
H. B A E R,
q0. 181 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR.
frags, (Remir?is, (Ctr.
P o ? T zm
Horse and Cattle Powders.
^^^jj^BS&M?jo^ita?f 1118 a'nie rreven
_^r^T^f?i-i*>'Tr??- ? incident to thlBtni
mM,^sueh^ as LUNG FEVER, GLANDERS, 'TEL
into a fine looking and spirited Horse.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THI8 PREPARATION
^^^^^[^ ter firm and swcet^
In fattening rattle, ii gives them an sppeiite, opens
their hides and makes them thi ire much raster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGH8,
THE L U N G 8,
LIVER, 4c. this
B rt 1 c 1 eat ts ass spe?
cific By patting
from one-half to
a paper in a barrel
of swill the ab ve
Uneases will be
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given in dme, a certain pre
tl ve and euro for the Bog Cholera.
DAVID K. F O UTZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. IIS Franklin-street, Baltimore, Md.
FOB SAXE BT
DOW IK ?SC MOISE,
WH0LE8ALE DBTJG HOUSE,
No. IM MEETING-STREET,
OPP08ITE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
March 31 itt
fee: I -i^itjvHj ^nve%^^^i.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR TEE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOE SPRING USE
?-NO BITTERS KUI Al, TO THBM.JU
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER BJTTER8,
made of PCRB LIQUOR, HRBBS AND ROOTS, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
EES, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And euch other HERBS AND ROOTS as will In al)
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YO UNG AND OLD. MA LE A ND FEMALE!
AU Use It "With Wonderful Stacees
TO THE, PALE WHITE Lip
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND 0ABE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURES FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USB NO CTBMM.
Ask for SUMTER BIITERS. Sold by Druggist?
aa-See that our signature is over the cork of each
bottle. BOWIE St MOISE.
POPRIETOB8 AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
February 30 23* Oharlsetri, 8. 0.
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
MANUFACTURER ,. O F
DOOKS, SASHES ANO BLINDS
Charleiton, 8. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
jp I A N O S t PIANOS!.'
SOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 BAS JUST BEEN
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. 8TIEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW WADE,
OVER BALTIMORE PHILADEle
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WARER0OM. No. 7 N. LIB8BT?.
STREBT, ABOVE BaLUMORE-STREET,
SHEFF'S PIANO4 B AVE ALL THE LATES?
Improvement, including tho Auraffe treble, Ivor?
Ironts, and the Unproved French AoUon, rolly war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of sachant?!
within twelve months if not entirely satisiaotory U
purchaser. Second-handcd Piuuos and Parlor Or
gana always on hand frem $60 to $900
REPEKHES WHO EA VS OTO PIAMOS IH USE!
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmtn ron. N. O.
Goners! D.H. BUL charlotte, NO.
Governor John Le tc lier, Lexington. Va.
Messrs. R, Burwoll ? Sons, Charlotte, N. P., Fe?
C. B. Rhidick, Female College, Kittrall's Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Mai Strakemoh, Itali.u Opeia
Messrs. Pierson st Sous, sumlor, 8. 0.
Chartes Spencer. Charleston s. G
Bend fou circular. Terms liberal.
Prags, (Ebruitais, Ot.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
scaled and warranted to
keep ire? h for ali rune
tbe greatest discovery
of Its kind In the age we
live In. No perron need
be troubled with RAT?,
MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHES, for Mr? Isaacsen'a destructive remedy ls
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as its efficacy. Bundteds of testimo?
nials have been received i rom all parts of the United
The groat advantage this 8?BE POP possesses
over all tim ?lar preparations is the FACT that it ls
Certain lia Ita Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness of rats dying in
their holes, aa it causes them to leave the premiaea
to seek air, and consumes them ao entirely ai to
No Disagreeable Oder.
Numbers ot references can be made to
Persons in till? City,
who have raccesafolly used it
SOLE AGENTS FOB FOD TH CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTIBS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGi 8T8,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 83_mwfemo Charleston, 8. 0.
HEN-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN I
"Cooling to Scalds and Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," tte
"Healing to ali bores, ulcers," feo.
'COSTAR'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
ls the most extraordinary HALVE ever known. Its
power of ?oothin i and Healing for all Cuts, Burna,
Bruises, Hores. Ulcers, Chapped Hands and c-rm, for
sore Nipp'es, for Piles, Ac, Ac -is without a paral
IeL One person aays of it: "I would not be with?
out a box in my house, if li coat 96, or 1 had to
travel all th ? way to Nsw York tor iL"
[N. Y. Evening Newt. September 5.
49- All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell lt.
Bitter-Swect and Orang? Blossoms.
49- One Bottle, SI-Throe for $2.
"Cottar's" Hat, Roach, Atc External's.
"Cottar's" Bed Bag Exterminator?.
"CostarV (only purei Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Itemed lea known."
"111 Beware 111 of spuriout imitations."
"All Druggists lu CHARLESTON sell them."
.. COSTAR.'' No. 13 Howard-et., N. Y.
Sold in OHABLESTON, S. 0.. by
GOOUKKTl, WINEMAN dc CO.
March 33 nao. lyr
Purifies the Blood.
For Bale by Drugglstf Every wa ere.
July Qa nae !?.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.,
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN ti CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
Prineir.?! ( 2G5 Broadway, New York.
Warehouses I721 Che8tnut 8t-? Phi,a
warehouses (108Bank st., Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout ?he
FOB HALE BY
WM. M. BIRD Sc CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 39 lyr
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
No. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
WM. 0. ALEXANDER, President
GEO. W. PHILLIPS, Actuary.
HENRY B. HYDE, vice-President.
JAB. W. ALEXANDEB, Secretary.
CASH ASSETS OVER.$9,000,000
?UMBEB OF POLICIES ISSUED TN 1868.UL,986
AMOUNT A8SUBED IN 1868...........51,891,835
; . ..' ' i ... .r .. . i L?O
ALL ITS POLICIES ARE NON-FORFEITING.
ALL PROFITS ARE ANfT/ALLY DIVIDED AMONG THE ASSURED.
BESIDES I^eTTTNa ALL KINDS OJ? LIFE AND ENDOWMENT POLICIES, THE "EQUITABLE**
would call attention to their " TONTINE LIFE ASSURANCE POLLUES," upon which roany are nev
a soring their lives, and whicii is thought by those who have given it the most study and reflection, wiH
renner Life Assurance popular to a degree hitherto unknown. For documents cr information upon The
subjeet of "LLFE ASsuBaNCE," application can be made to [3
WM. B. SHAW,
GEN KR AL AGENT, No. 141 MEETING-STREET, CHARLESTON,, 8. C. 9d
O.. A. BOWEN^
(OF JAMES ADOER A 00.,) RESIDENT AGENT.
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OP NEW YORtfj
OrgaBlzed in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeitable. .
Hali Loan Taken. No N?tes Required.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies in force..$25,000 OOO
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid... 600,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. T. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. Mc AD AM, Actua ry.
O. A. F?DICKAE, Superintendent.
Hon. JOH* A. DIX, New York. E. V. HAUGH WO?T, Firm E. V. Haugh won t ?
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm Harper k Bros., Co.
ex-Mayor New York. WK. WALSENS, Finn W. WHkens & Co.
JOHN J. CRANE, President Bank Republic. JULIUS H. PRATT, Merohant.
WK. T. HOOKER. Wall-street. WM. W. WBIGHT, Merohant
WM. M. VEBKTXTB, Banker (Vermilyo & Co.) CHAS. J. STARR, Merchant.
CHAS. O. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking WILLIAM ALLE*. Morchant.
Company. GEO. W. CUTLER, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Hon. GEORGE OFDTKE ex-MB vor of New York, j GEO. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire In
Mrh?T C. MORGAN. Banker. surance Company. t
THOMAS RIGNXT, Firm Thomas Rigney ? Co. JOHN H. SHERWOOD. Park Place.
BEAL B. SHEEHAN. Treasurer Nev* York Steam WALTON H. r* 'WEHAM. Corner 6th Avenue and
Sugar Refining Company. Iwenty-thira-street.
A ABO 5 ARNOLD. Firm ol Arnold, Constable & Co. EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
Ri CHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore ft Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FABLES, Counsellor.
yens. W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant,
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolins.
Dr. T. REKHSTJEKNA, Examining Physician.
> R. ISSERTKL,
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON,
January 12 6mo n*c Office No. 385 King-Street, cn trleston. S. c.
THE OLD AND LONGEST ESTABLISHED STANDARD MANURE.
ORCHILLA GUANO! PERUVIAN GUANO!
ERODES' MANUBE. IN ITS PREPARATION, 18 MADE EQUALLY ADAPTED FOB FAGIN-1
Jaree crops of Cotton. Corn, Wheat, Tooao-o Potatoes and other Boot Crops,
lhe Manufacturing Department ls conducted bv Frederick Klett, one of the most s sinful Chemists a; .4
Manufacturers in the United Slates.
It ls endorsed, approved ind recommended b> ?il of the mott prominent Chemists and Atrrlcnlturist* la
the Southern states. "It can be relied upon s* uniform in quality," always reliable, productive of large
crops, and unexcelled by any in the market, in the bigt percentage of "True Fertilising Principles."
Price 867 60 cash, or *66 time, with Factor's acceptance, and 7 per cent, interest until 1st Decerr ber,
URCHILLA GUANO-"AA." a One Bird Guino, rich in Phosphates and Alkaline Salts. Pr xe MS,
cash, flo time.
PERUVIAN GUANO-Warranted pure, and always on hand. Furnished at market prices 'jr cash.
Analysis of Rhodes' Standard Saperphosphate of Lime..
Moisture Expelled at 212?.ii.05
Soluble Phosphoric Acid.'?.06
Equal to Phosphate Lime.19.78
Common Phosphoric Acid.18.OS
Equal to Bone Phosphate.34.99
Lime with Phosphoric Aoid..?9.68
Sulphate of Lime and other Salts not estimated.40.18
The above analysis indicates a Manorial 8nperphosphate of Lime of the highest grade ordi?
narily found in the American market. Its large amount of 8olablo Phosphoric Acid Buppilee
an aotive nutriment for the development and maturity of the fruitage. The Sulphuric Add
which it contains, by chemical affinity with the elements of most soils, contribute- to its Fer?
tilizing Properties. ID show its best effects, this Superphosphate should be applied under
and in contact with tire Seed, and with a moderately shallow covering of soil.
Inspector, Savannah, Chatham County, Georgia?
G. H. WILLIAMS, Assistant Chemist.
February 13th, 1868.
We guarantee, that every package of RHODES' STANDARD SUPERPHOSPHATE enan"
fully come up to the above analysis.
B. M. RHODES & CO.,
No. 89 SOUTH-STREET, BALTIMORE.
S. RHETT Sc SOJST,
AGENTS, CHARLESTON, S. O.
MIDirS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
AND AU DIS SAB ES OF IBS
STOMACH AND LIVER.
tan AM. nrcoMMr.firED BY THI
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOBE.
Haniifactnred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHOCS? A2T0 APOTHZCAST,
Bale by Druggists Everywhert.'V*
Februaiy 15 mwflyr
QtlAMFOUlNG AVD HAIR-CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly asa* at reason
fiend orders lo W. E. MARSHALL. Barber,
April 14 Ho, 31 BroadHrtm? (op afclm)
M. L. FINLEY'S
Celebrated Cooking Moves,
* PHILANTHROPIST" AND " CTVUAAVf
Manufactured at Troy, N. T., and tor sale by
D, L. FULL?KTUX
THESE PH-VES STAND ONBIVsLLED POB
euroniy. dur-biUtv, convenience* and the gen?
eral pu poe* lo nb ich t oofe'uu 8toves are used. The
PB1I ANJBBOPIM is eatrahcav> plated, and bas
\-b Drawer; can be mad? into a six boiler bola
.tove - has ca*t iron Wi'cr Tank Ralvamzed, or
en:imel lined. A strictly tirst-clsss a>to*e. Tts
OlVli IAN is ot a neat desipn, and baa a fine largs
Oven. Tbl) stove can be bad ?llb tbe extension
nark, six bolo?, and reservoir when desired.
For run ber ii. formation ap pb' to
D. L. FULLERTON,
Ja "un ry 3C (mo? Augusta, Qa.
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORR.
A OS1C?L J ORAL IMPLEMENTS, OA SVEN
GEO. E. PINGRFE.
No. 140 Meeting-atreet, charleston.
March ii |?rao