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1%?E DAILY JfEWS.
M ?BT luau OH BX? BXVXNTT-ITTTH BXBTHS?T.
Tune- "ff*" ?sdatr."
Would you be young again?
, . co wouM not L
Ono tf jr io niemur > given,
- - - onward I'd bl >.
Life'* dark . ream forded o'er,
All but at rest ou BLI ore,
Say, wu ul ' you plunge once more,
With home so nigh ?
If yon coal j, would voa now
Retrace your way I
Wander Ou o' atorrar wilds
Faint and astray r
Night's g1 oom y wa c es fled,
? c Morning ail g leam I UK reo,
Hope's smile around ns shed.
Heavenward, awjy I
Where are thora dear ones now,
Our j iv aod reMght ?
. - - Dear und more dear, tb o' now
H elden from eljbt ?
'Where they rejoice to be
There is the land for me;
.'. Fly Hue, fly speedilv I
Come Ute and light I . .
uuarmton cotton ?nd Klee Harket.
OFFICE OF THE CHAKI. ESTON DAILY NEWS,1
uauaiJcrxoN. Tuesday Evening, May 18. J
? COTTON.-Ihe inquiry waa l?ght, prices showing
.jo change, and with a very limited supply of the
'?r?de on sale. The transactions wera about 125
Hales, vir: ?at 2?; 3 at'?BX: 20 at 26; 4 at 26*; 6 at
Hit; 28 atS6X;?8t26X;liat27; 8 at 27*;; 3at 27*;
lat 28. We quote:
ic.-. . uviBPOOL cT-aaanriCATioN.
n Ordinary to sood ordinary.25*@26*
Low middling..'.27 @
-- By Kew York cia tain catira we quote:
BICE.-The market was quiet, and we could learn
?(. BO, transaetioafl. In the absence of tales we
sra ote nominally, say common to fair clean Carolina j
7X?8*e; good 8*r?8*c * flt.
Mar beta by Telegraph.
C.;..' gQBEiQJf MARKETS.
_ LOHDOS, Hay 18-Noon.-Consols 92*; bonds flat
J* TW. TurpeaUne 29J 9d.
. Afternoon.-Booda flt mer at 78*.
Kvening.-Consols, 92\. Bon 8, 783,'.
' LXVZBICCX, May 18-*foon.-Nothing doing In
potion; other matkets dad and inactive.
'Afternoon.-Breidstuffs quiet. Naval stores Arm.
? Evening.-Wheat easier but not lower. Flour,
ibid. Tallow nominal. Tarns and fabrics quiet j
und firm. . The holidays cherk hos in eta.
( Hrrn, May ia-Cotton dull; tres ordinaire on
Ike spot If i2c Cotton close* quiet and steady.
DOMES ITO MASXETS.
3?rw Tonk. May 18-Noon.-Stocka firm and act
3m Money steady st 6a7. Sterling 9*. Gold 41*.
tatton quiet at 2S*c. Turpentine 47t47*. Botin
?fejtt; ?trained common ti SS.
?Tin inf .-Tho Cotta? market 19 drooping,
IMC Wea. Middlings 28V. Flour, %w
steady ; ' others, heavy, Superfine $6 60a
Common to fair extra, 86 50*950. Wheat
j, with a lair export business. Corn duli and
' lower. Mixed Western, new, rangea nxm
Perk ian, elating at 831*. cub. Iud
r, kain? 18*al9. Whiskey from 97*98. Bice
1 Unchanged. Bagar arm. Other groceries
Naval stores unehaogsd and quiet. Freights
jptjwllli l Wheat, by steam, 2* this week, and 4*
rnaxt week. Money closed easy at 6*7. Sterling
Bm at 109*al09*. doli exoited and active and
.Jumped to IVA. but closed at 42J?. Stocks quiet,
3but 'flrnt Governments strong. Sixty-two's 22*
BoaUtemB heavy. North Carolinas 69ft
EALTIKOBX, May 18.-Cotton firm and not active
3? 28 cents. Flour dull, with a small business
4oUg. Wheat very doll aod weak; choice valley rad
*10. Com dull; prime white 80a82; yellow 82a 84.
.ats dull; tight 68?73; heavy 76?78. Fork quiet at
4WJ4*31X- Shoulders 14*. lara mm at av wm?
%tj scarce and held at 99, and some asking 81. Vir?
ginia*, old. 6?*; S's, 45. North Carolinas, new. 54.
CntcmniaTX. May 18.-Whiskey in demand at 95c.
Frovialoas firmer with an upward tendency. Mess
york ?31; shoulders 13c; sides I6*al6*. Lard not
^rtd to any extent,
-Sr. Lorna, Say M.-Whiskey 92c. Fork $31.
fbttddert 13cJ slea* sides If** Lard 17*c.
-TjotrBVBsak May 18.-Pro titians active. Mess
SnweSl?O; shoulders 13*aW*; clear aides 17*;
?leer ribs 16*. Whiskey held at 96a97c.
ft Wrvmtsarom. May 18.-Spirits of turpan Une 413-?c
Bette $180a8W. CYude turpentine tl ea 0**81 75a
ATO?TCa.M.y ^be^fc? fettet continues
?riet with a light demand; aale* 188 bales; middling
ay 18.-The market cloted steady;
i 27*c ; aalet 200 balea; receipts 92 balee.
May 1&-Cotton steady and in nur de.
M 900 bales; low ?aid diing, 26 Kc; receipts
*BW OXUUSM, May 18.-Cotton quiet andas.
;ndddlmgt?*a2S*o; tales 13 00 bales; re
bales;sxporta 250 baie?. Gold 41* . 6ter
*. Hew Tock right tachant? H premium,
higher grain ttiflsr; common 9*al0*c;
e. Moltttte unchanged.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
COL0MBTK May 15.-Mar ket totally inactive;
Wmm S6;towndddllng 20*0. Ware bouse sales
9 Map; rtoeipti 14 bales; snip men ts 34 bales.
MACON, May 15.- The demand to-day wat good ;
We quote middlings 2S*c-a rape -
jgtng2S*a. Beoelptt to-dar 19 bales ;
i lat balts; tales 28 balee. The quotation s
?wa: Ordinary TS; good ordinary 24*; lo w
r*5; middling 25 Xe.
MOHTGOMXBY, May 15 -Market dull ; low m id
"M26MO. For the lower trades there it no
which has caused some disappointment to
wno have withheld that data of cotton for the
"ha aeaton. Our weekly cotton ttatsme nt
the Ma^t tranttotiont usual at this season:
hand Septem ber 1st, 1A88, 838
peet week. 141
*t* previously. 88.489-88.640
*jrjt^W?pt*t wteir. ga?
.eek ? hand May 15,1889. Tw8
Cotton Statements. -
May 15- 1
; aa hand September J, 1868 . 230 1
- -?-. 148
Int? week. 1,50s
Btcek on hand Uils evening. \Qtt
^jtrhard^per28Jlb? T dip, an dil
Tan-83 bbUtoid tt 82 35 per bbl.
??Ki^ '* ?owmiddling and
i i r_^
: - ?tt ttetoship Champion, from New York-Ml?
?M?*? Wf I*T?0*- B P ??e. J ??
3 Q A Fullerton. J Fropfxn, W Beattie, C H Giles. J
?Graham Mary Brown. B VA Obiohester, Htnrr
ii*5fe.*?f SS? S M IboiL**' ' I Toa? J CO
Mtartm, Mr Grote. H Foster and wile, J W clark and
? 5S&% % 1 8n?'h.D B Thompeon, wife ?nd
nMd, H McNamee, 8 ? Tyson, Louisa Butler, snd
S^?5* ftom Baltimore-Mrt B
^8r?itmerFilot Boy.- from Savanuah vi Beau
avmTL?.? w B Ho?msn. Mr Warders Moore L
gfly^.1" ?nd nurne, W L Walker, iii fe
tonhiKnecs per Sou tn ? molina Kail road
435 bales Cotton. 93 bales Domestica. 57 bbl? Na?
rai stores, 3 cai? Wood, 1 car Lumber. 1 car stock.
To Railroad Agent, Hopkins, McPbeison ft Co, rei?
zt r. Hod cors ft co. Mowry ft Co. Dow li BK 4 CO, O H
Wa ter & Co. W W smith. Frost ft Adger. H Gerdts
ft Co, A a Goodwin, Claghorn, Berring ft Co, Wat?
son ft Hill. Courtenay ft irenbolm, G W Williams ft
Co, Goldsmith ft Sen, and J a Quack-nbmh._
lport of Charleston. May 19.
rai xs OT rai MOO?.
Last Quarter, 3d, tl hours. 21 minutes, mo ning.
New MOOD ll th, 10 hours. 47 minutes morning.
First Quarter. 18th, 4 boura 9 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 25th. 10 boure 3 minutes morning.
an>Es. I ana
6.. 1 6..52 I Hom
5.. 0 , 6..53 12..21
6.. 0 I 6..53 1.. 6
4..69 . 6..64 1..4S
4..S8 ! G. 55 2..24
4..68 6..55 3.. 1
4. 57 ' 6..66 3..41
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-left
Satuiday F M. Mdse. To James Adger A Co,
E Adger ft Co, J D Aiken ft Co, Adams, Damon ft Co,
O D Ahrens ft Co, M ft A A abtun, n Bnlwlnkle ft Co,
T M BribtolL M D Bray, W BrooL banks, blsaell ft Co,
Brown ft Byer, Dr H Baer, E Brown, H Bischoff ft
Co, W M Bird ft Co, T D Clancy ft Co, O Conner. Dr
G Canlier. Clacins ft Witt", C D Carr ft Co, Crane,
Bovlaton ft Co, JOH (Haussen, Cartmill, Harbeson
ft Co, L Chap?n ft Co Cameron ft Barkley, Charles?
ton City Ballway Co, H CoDia ft Co, T M Otter. J A
Cook ft Co. P M Cohen. W ? Corwl i ft co, U Daly,
F H Due, Do wie A .Moise, M Drake, H A Due Doug?
lass ft Killer, A W Eekel ft Co, J A r nslow ft Co, D
F Fleming ft Co, Forsyth, Me omb ft Co, J ? f ogar
?e, Furet gott ft Uro, J S Fairly ft Co, IL Falk A Co,
A D Fleming, C D Franck, JUG aver, C Goldstein,
H Gerdts ft Co, A G Goodwin, agent, ? H Gardner.
P L Guillemln. O Graveley. Goodrich. Wmeman ft
Co, J H ut kam p ft Co, Mita ? Haas, r S Holmes, A H
Ha\ den, J H Hillen, Holmes ft Calder, A Illing, Jen?
nings, 'i h om lin F on ft Co, ? H Jackson, Jeffords ft
CO, K.inck. ^Sickenberg ft Co, C Kerrison, Kinsman
Bros, T Kelly, Mrs M U Knocks, H Klatt > k Co, JL
Kenacke, Kxiete ft Chapman. Lauroy ft Alexander, C
Litschgi, Lengnlct ft .- ell, J H Muller, Mrs T A Mc?
Donald.'J B Murray, J K Muchea, J Marijn, Hul?
ler. Nimitz ft Co, MoLoy ft Bite, Mowry ft Co. Mof?
fatt ft Wharton, Murphy ft Little, J G Milnor ft Co,
Mrs ? McGuir , Neufville ft Hannam. Meman ft
Borger, D O'Neill ft Son, J F O'Neill ft MOB. Palmetto
Pioneer Co-operative Association, B O'Neill, W F
Paddon, C1 Poppe nh <"' m. J A Qnacketibufb, J Bus?
sell, C Bing, J H Beoneker, Raoul ft Lyuah. J Reils.
L Schnell ft Co, A J salina*, strauss ft t to, J shaw,
H ?turken. A O Stone, G W Steffuus, H Soubeyroux,
H Steitz, ? B Stoddard ft Co, southern Express to.
O Tidemann. W u Trott. J Tioncken. C H Wright, H
Williams, ft' L Webb, J N M Woliltman, W G Whil
den A Co. Walker, Evans A Cos-well. T A Whitney,
Werner ft Ducker, W J Tates, Mrs M J Zernow, Or?
der, and others.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore-left - in?
stant. Mdse, 1 o Mordecai ft Co, Courtenay ft Tren
boim, S C fiaUroad Agent, J E Adger ft Co. Bollmaon
Bros, G W Steffens, Jeffords ft Co ? M Hutler, Dowie
ft Moise, Walker. Evans ft Cogs?el', clacius A Witte,
w C ree ft Co, Holmes ft Ca der, J Heina, Adams,.
Damon ft Co. H bischoff ft Co. B Klarte ft Co, J H
af mler, J H Graver ft t o, sto l, Webb ft Oo, Goo 1
rlob, Wineman ft Co. G W Wilhams ft Co J F Tay?
lor ft Co, J rt us?t ll, Mrs & ti* u Ith, Wagener ft Mon?
tees, Douglass ft Miller. H Bul wilkie ft co, Pelzer,
Rodgers ft Co, J O Blohrae, Knack Wickenberg ft
Co, Kriete ft Chapman, Lyons ft Murray Brown ft
Byer. W M Bird & Co. W G Wunden ft co, ? R Mar?
lbali. Dr H Baer, Gramann ft sch wacke, G J Lunn,
S Klattc ft Co, and J Campton ft Ca
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, sav.-nnah via Beau?
fort, Hilton Head, ftc Mdse and sundries To J
Ferguson, I Slue air, F Eresael H Klarte ft Co, W
M Bitd ft Co, Silvia simons, Monfort ft Wharton, J E
Adger ft Co, and southern Expresa Co.
Brig Par? gon, Shute, a Southern Port
Steamer Dictator, McNeity, Paiatka, via Jack Bon?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
Krona tilla fort.
Steamship Maryland, Jobnsoa, Baltimore, May 18.
SUtpnetva by i e'-trrapii.
WnjfXBOTON, May 18-Arrived, Mary Fandford
and Volunteer nom New Tort ; Gary from Baltimore.
hAVAimAH, Mav 18-Arrived, steamship San Ja?
cinto from New York.
Cleared, bar* EUen for St John's, N B.
The British brig Osprey, Oulton, from George?
town, S C. arrived at Barbadoes April 14.
- me tem ? en erat Ban rn, Rvder, from ueurgmuwu,
8 0, for Boston, arrived at Holmes' Hole May 13.
1.1 ST UK VHSM?1.S
KP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOE THIS POhl
The Clifton, Williams, Bailed.April 10
Ihe Minnie, Rober taon, np.April 26
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.April 23
Brig Alexander Milliken, snow, sailed.April 18
Fchr D Talbot, Low, eailed.May 1
Sehr Jacob ft William, Friable, sailed.May 5
Sehr Annie Lewis, Davton, cleared.May 14
Behr N W Smith, Tooker, up.May 9
Sehr Myro vt r, urown, cleared.May 10
PBTL ADELPHI A.
Steamship Prom ethe un. bray, cleared..May 14
Soar Henry Allen, Taten?, np.May ll
CBOASDALU'S GENUINE PHOSPHATE AND
BOWER'S COMPLETE MANURE. Both
i tan dard Fertilizers. For sale by
Na 102 East Bay,
Sole Agent for south Carolina.
April 20 Imo
fnitoing ^ater?ais, (Etc.
il A AAA BLACK CYPRESS SHINGLES.
e\).V)\J\) MARSHALL'S WHARF.
May 12_ wfm6
LUMBER AT WHOLESALE AMD
ALL DESCRIPTIONS AND QUALITY.
A FULL STOCK OF WHITE PINE, FROM X TO
A. 12 inches thick, clear and well seaaoned.
Ihe attention of Builders and others la especially
Mahogany, Black Walnut, Hickorv, Ash, White
Oak, Poplar Boardsand Planks. Rc-ewood and Ma?
hogany Venire, Newels. Balusters, ftc.; also at
Manuacturer'B Prices, Sa*hes, Bunds, Doors, and all
rinds of Mouldingv.
Spruce Spars amt Ladders, all lengths; Shingles,
Laths, ftc, constantly on hand and for sale in quan
itiea to snit purchasers, by
L H. h,..L ft CO..
Successors to icte J. N. Wood. Agent,
Northwest corner Market-rtreet and hast Bay.
nuAo HALL, New York.}
[.H. BALL. | mwfTmos ApnIS
STEAM SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 PRITCHARD-STREET,
3PP08ITE J. F. TAYLOB ft CO.'3 MACHINE
BASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, ROT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDfiiGS, Ac., made up at short no?
tice, and at tho lowest terms.
L. E. COBDBAY.C. A XRO?CHE
gUAMPOOIKG AND UxlR-CVrTlNiT,
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
Send orders to W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
April 14 No, 31 Broad-street (np stairs.)
Clothing, Dry Goods, Straw Goods, Sewing
BY MILES DI. AK E.
THU M OBS INO. at 10 o'clock. I will sell at my
Store, corner of Kimi and Li .erty streets.
AN INVOICE oF SEASONABLE CLO IB I KG.
CONSIST i so or:
12 WI ito Barnsly DKIlL SOITS
76 Meitoo. Alpacaand Brown Linen Sack Coats
75 B ack Cloth Frock Couts
5 j L nen a<d Cassintere Vests
350 pair Oassimere, Lmen and Jean Pants.
Pieces DENI*, Hsvoaker stripe, Union Check?,
Printed Lawn, Whit') Goods, Satinet, Jeans, Cas?
Decent Ladles', Gent's and Children's Hosierv,
Whit? and Colored Calico Shirts, French Kid
Gloves, Belnsp Shirks, Ladies' aod Gent's '.isle,
Thread and Mik Gloves, Cigar Cases, Albon?,
Shoe Brustics kc
30 dozen Men's and Boy's LEOH4RN HATS
20 doses Men's Canton Hats
100 dozen it eu's and ? oy'a Wool and Felt Bats.
1m tr cd ?ate 17 bet?re the sa'e o? t be ? cove, I will sell
the CONTENTS OF A MI LLINEUY STORE,
Ladies' HAT8, Bibbons. Feathers, Trimmings,
Buttons, Flowers, Hat Stands, Window Shades, AC.
1 SEWING MACHINE._May 19
English Wittie Lead, on Account 0/ Importers,
and ct Singer's Sewing Machine.
BY JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TO-MORROW, 20th inst, at 10 o'clock, we win ?ell,
at oar Auction Salesroom. No 135 Meeting-street,
10 kegs, 112 lbs. each, ENGLISH WHI 1'E LEAD
20 kegs, 56 lbs. each, Ergll. h Wbite Lead
40kegs, 28 lbs. each. EEglub White Load
Imported and guaranteed to be unliorm ia qual?
One SINGER'S SEWING MACHINE, said to bu
in prrf ot order.
Conditions cash._ May 19
Two Casks Crockery, f?r Account of whom
it may Concern; Household Furniture,
Large Drawing, Gold Watch, ??c.
KNOX, DALY & CO..
No. 150 Meetlnfr-street, corner of Went?
Will sell TO MORBOW. as above, at 10 o'clock.
BY JOHN T. HUMPHREYS,
On T?E8DAY. the 25th inst. I will sell, at ll o'clock,
at the Old Custom bouse,
All that LOT, PIECE OR PARCEL > F LAND. sit.
nate on north sido ol' Berreslord-sireet, in tbo City of
Charleston, measuring and containing in front on
said street 20 feet and in depth northwardly 86 feet,
more or less ; butting aod bounding north on land
formei ly ol J. H. sutcliffe, south on Rerrtsford-strrct,
east on lands formerly ol Isaac Barrett, and weat on
lot next described.
All that other LOT OF r AND adjoining to thc west,
measuring and containing in front 00 Uerre-ter -
street aforesaid 39 fee', and in depth 84 feet, more or
le6s; batting and bounding north on lands now or
late of J. H. Sutcliffe, southon Berrestord e'reft,
east on lot above described, and west on lands now
or late of B il.
On aaid two Lots of Land are BUILDINGS con?
taining twenty-four rooms, and used as a Bourdlng
I erma-One-half cash; balance ha ene and two
years, secured oj boud < f purchaser and mortgago
of premise.-!, which are to be insured and the policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay me for papers and for
stamp?. mwfitul Msy 17
BY JOHN I. HUMPHREYS,
On TUESDAY, the 35th instant, I will sell at ll
o'clock, at the old < astomhouso,
AR that LO r OF LAND, with the- Brick Build?
ings tuereoj, situate on the wt st side of East Bay
street, and k own by the No. 163. at pre ent
occupied by Messrs. Kinsman ft Howell; meas or?
ine in front on East Bay-street - foot, and in depth
110 35-100 feet. Butting sud bounding to tho erst
on El st Bay-street, north on lot of land be ow de?
scribed as No. 165, souih cn lands of Poincignon
oi.d Barrett, and west on the alley war below de?
scribed iroutin.' on Unity Alley, which -aid alley to
be used in common as right. f way to both lots.
All that otber LOT OF LAND, with Ibo Wooden
Building thereon, on tho weet side cl East Bay
street, and adjoining the shove described lot on too
north, and kuown by the No. 165, at pre-eut unoc?
cupied; measuring ia trout on East Bay-street -
feet, and in dep.h 128 35100 feet, more or less. But?
ting and bounding to tho east on Issi Bay-street,
north on lands now or late ol H. Polnclguon, west
on latios now or late of-, then lu an ea-terly
direction on lands now or late ol-, thence snutb
on *-- ??- . "- -- n y -j I
way below described, and to thc south on let No. 163
All that other PIFCa*. PARCEL OR LOT OF
LAND, fronting on Unity Alley, measuring and con?
taining in front 8 50 1 no feet, and in depth 93 60100
feel, tu be used as a right ot way to both the above
mentioned lots, all or which will more tully appear
by plat drawn by John t.. Brauch. Purveyor, on
26th February, 18(I >, which can be seen at my office,
NO. 27 Broad-tree!.
. Terms-One-half cash; balance io one and two
years, secured bond of purch teer and mortgage of
the premises, which are to be insured aod the policy
assigned. Purchaser to pay me for papers aod for
sunnis mwf4 ul May 17
Valuable Lace Goods at Public Auction.
BY A. c. MCGILLIVRAY.
Will be sold, at the Customhouse. Charleston, S. C.,
on J H O its DAY, Jone 3d. 1869, at half-past 10
o'clock A. M.,
The following valuable assortment of fine LACES,
seitad lor a violation of the Revenue laws.
The Laces will be sold in lota to suit purchasers,
and the attention of dealers ls particularly Invited to
the large and varied aseorimeut, via:
67 yards 'iHBtAt) LACr.; 21* yards Honiton
Lace; 69"* yards Valenciennes Lac- ; 831 * yards
Imitai ion Valenciennes lac?; 136 yards Maltese
Lac?; 63 yards Imitation Cluoy Lace; 136* yards
Uh read Lace InsertiDgs; 248 yards Imitation Thread
Lace Inserting*; 345 yatds Valenciennes Lace In
terlings ; 5 yards Imitation Valeucieones 1 ace In?
fer ti og?; 605 jurds cluny Lace Edging; 80yards
Clon.v Lice Inserting; 12 yards Medallion Lsce; one
lot 700 ya ros Insertincs; 2004 tarni common Lace
Edging; 1 Honiton Lace Parasol Cover; 7 Bogiish
Thread Lace Handkerchiefs; 10 Valenciennes Lace
Handkerchiefs; 24 Imitation Valenciennes Lace
Handkerchiefs; 38 Honiton lace Handkerchiefs; ll
Imitai lon Lace Handkerchiefs; 5 Maltese Lace Hand?
kerchief; 1 Point Applique Veil ; 4 Point Applique
Head Dresses; 16 Maltese Lace Coiffure- ; 7 Honiton
Lace Coiffures ; 5 Lace Bonnet Tops; 3 Honiton Lice
Barbs; 10 Valenciennes Neckties; 7 Honiton Lace
Collars; 7 Valenciennes Lace 1 oil a rs 22 Guipare
Lace Collars; 12 imita ti on Valenciennes Lace Col?
lars; 4 Patent Imitation Valenciennes Lace Collars;
ll lb read Lace Collars; 12 Imitation Thread Lsce
Collars; 19 Cluny Lace Collars; 42 Maltese Lace Col?
lars; 3 Lace Barba; 4 Black Lace barbs; 6 Black Lace
Head Dreeset; 3 eeta Collars and sleeves; 3 Collars;
2 Thread Lace Points, and 1 set Honiton Laces.
The Laces wiU be open tor inspection the day be?
fore the tale.
conditions cash. A. G. MACKAY,
Collector's Office, Charleston, a C., May 14. 1869.
UVDEll BECREE IX Kill ITV.
Benry B Rice vs. D. C. Ebaugh.
Will be sold on WEDNESDAY, the 26th day of May
1S69, at 12 o'clock M., at Rice st f bangh's Mill,
situate about one and a half miles weat of the
Monck's Corner Depot, on the Northeastern Rail?
One s j EA vi ENGINE, 30 horse-power, 12 inch bore
and 2 feet stroke
Two Boilers, 80 inches in diameter, S4 feet long
Ono George Page's second class Saw Mill. 42 feet ot
carriage and 4 Ci cular saws (3 injured)
One Grist Mill (8 feet stone)
Mill House over the mill
Office la yard, 10 by J 2 foet
Dwelling House and Outbuildings
Unexpired Lease of 100 acres ot Land, about 8 years
An Anvil with Toola
Bricks in boiler walls.
lenna-Halt cash; balance by note, payable in six
months, wuh interest from dato of sale, with pei
sonal security to satisfaction of sheriff, either by en?
dorsement of note or by sureties becoming joint
makers of noto, with principal.
1. W. M. MACKEY, 8. C. 0.
Mty 12 wS
COLUMBIA, S. C.
THIS PLEASANTLY LOCATED HOTEL, UN
SUKPAsstu by any House io the South for comfort
and bcaltby locality, is open to travellers and others
seeking BO \RD FOR I HE Si'MwER. Families
Ctn be accommodated with nice airy rooms ou 1 ea
sonable terms, A call is solicited.
May 13 lu.o WM. A. WEIGHT.
g T . CLOUD it ti T K L .
THIS NEWAND COMMOl. IOUS BOUSE, LOCAT?
ED corner ot Broadway and Forty-second-atreet,
possesses advantages over all other houses for the ac?
commodation ot its guests, it was built expressly
for a first-class family boarding house-the rooms
being large and en suite, heated by steam-with hot
and cold w.iter. and furnished second to none; while
the culinary department is in tbt> most experienced
bauds, aH irding guests an unequalled table.
une of Atwood's Patent Klevators is also among
the "modern improvements" and ut the service ot
guests at all hours.
The Broadway and University Place Cars pass the
door everv four minutes, running from tho City
Hall to Central Park, while the Sixth aud r eventh
Avenue lines are but a short block on either side,
affording ample facilities for communicating with all
the depots, steamboat landings, ulaces of amuse?
ment sud business or tho great metropolis.
Hitit iv rfc HOLLEY, Proprietors.
March 12 err os
BY A. H. AUK \ H A HS & SONS,
A ucl lon LT rs.
By virtue of on order of ?ala to mo dlrectrd by Ibo
Hoa. George H. Bryan, Judge o> th? United 'tat?-.*
District Court, lor tho i) strh-t ni Monto em oh nu
1 will offer for ault- at Palillo Auction at Um OM
Postofncc, foot of Broad-street, . 'harla.tou. H on ? li
Carolin?, on NLNETEfc'NiU IMV UP M.iV, lKflU,
ai ll o'clock ?. M.,
All the right, Utlo and Intoreat of Julius ll. Op
I pcntaeim In the tollu >lug LUIS OK LANI), with tho
LOT OF LAND, with tho BUILDINGS thewou,
situated in tho city ot Charleston, a (hu ooroar <>i
Biog and Iiud-on streots, and known by Ute Num?
ber 43.2; measuring twenty-three feet two luche?
more or (ess. sod in depth ou thu north and south
lines two hundred anti /ort v-three fem, more or lesa.
Butting aid bounding to the nonh on laud* of alts
C. Oppenheim; to tbo.cost on lauf? or thc south
Carolina Railroad Company; to tho south on Hud?
son-street, und to i be wost on Klng-stroet.
Lot of Laud, with the Buildings tlieroon, known
by the number 434 on tho east side of King-street;
oieasurinji on th? east and wat line? thirty-five tt-et
niue Inches, and nu the north aud souih lines two
hundred and forty-three foot, mor? or le.-.?, nutting
and bounding lo the went on Klng-tioot; to the
north and souih on Linns ?>f Mr*. U. Uppenholm; to
j the ea?! on lands of the South Carolina Kai rou,I
I Company, and to the aouth ou lands of citato of li.
1 hat Lot o Land, with tho buildings thereon, sit.
nate on the east ?ide of Klug-str- et, known by tho
Number 48(i; measnring on the east and west linos
thirty-five, foot nine inuuos, and on th* north and
south line- tw) hundred un i fort)-throe root moro
or less. Bulling and bouuding to tho weston King
street; to the north on lauds ol - A (mar; to 'he
cast oo lands of tbs Sontb Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, and to tho Eouth on lands of Mrs. C. Oppen?
lhat Lot of Land, with tho Bnildlng-i thereon, sit?
uate at thc northeast corner of King and Ann
streets; measuring ou tho eaat an I west Unes sixty
three feet ria luches, and on tba north und tooth
lines one hundred au 1 fifty-nine foet, moro or lens.
Buttin - and bounding to the west on Ring-street, to
the north on lands ol -; to ihe east ou landa
ot thc South Carolina Railroad Company, and to the
souih on Ann.street.
ONE UNDIVIDED HALF INTEREST, in foe sim?
ple, lu a Lot of Pine Lind, situate in Kershaw coun?
ty, in tbe state of .-oula Carolina, about three miles
from the Iowa of Camden, measnring anti contain?
ing about ninety acre, and lorn eely belonging to
tbe Estate of -- Workman.
Terms-Ono-third caph; balance payable in three
equal successive, annuid instalments, secured by
bond cr b md s ol tbe purchaser nitb interest there?
on at the rate of seven (7) per cent por annum, pays
ble annually, and mortgage of the real ostatc pur?
chased. Purchaser to pay for necessary stamps and
To WHOM rr MAY CONCHEN ---The creditors of JU?
LIUS H. OPPENHEIM, Bankrupt, h lding liens or
the above Estate, whether t>v judgment or otherwise,
are hereby not:Bed that under order of the t'ourt
dated April 20, 1869, they aro hereby required to
prove and establish their lieus before J C. CARPEN?
TER, t sq , Registrar, on or beioro 15tb day of May,
1869, or else be excluded from any benefit of the
sale arising under the decree mado In this case.
HENRY H. OPPEN BEIM,
Atsiguce Julius H. Oppenheim, Bankrupt
Horses, Mules and Furniture, at Auction.
BYB. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
THIS DAY, at balfpaat 10 o'clock, at No. 33 Broad
_street, will be sold._May 19
Brick Store House, Philadelphia street.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSS?RE.
On TUE-DAT. tbe 2ith May, at ll o'clock A M.,
will be sold at tbe Old Foa>offlce, Broad-street,
Th? two-story BRICK SI ORE BOUSE, with elate
roof, known as "No. 1 HALL," Philadelphia-street
being well built and contiguous to the business por?
tion ot ?ont Bay. The Lot, measures about 35 feet
front by ?bout 79 feet Heep, more or less.
Conditions-One-half ciish; bataneo by bond, bear?
ing 7 pet cent, interest, payable ia one year, <o bo
secured by a moitgsge of the property ; building to
to insured and policy assigned. Purchaser to pay
for revenue stamps aud papers.
May 19 wfsmtu6
tValuable Real Estate at Auction.
W. Y. LEITCH & K. S. BRUNS,
Will bo sold under tb c d ire tion of the undersigned,
ou 1BUUSDA?, June 3, 1869. at ll o'clock A. M.,
at tho OM Posi office, toot of Broad-street,
All that LOT OF L\M> situated on thc north side
of Hacel-street near Concord, measuring in iront on
liaset-strcet fifty four (G4i feet, nndin depth one hun?
dred and toity feet; butting and bounding south on
Basel street, wc-k on lands of Johnson, north on
( reek or fan il reserved f -r this lot, and cost on
At tho same timo and place,
All that TRACT OF LAND situated lying and be?
ing in that part of the District ol Berkeley, lately
known a? the Parish of st. Thomas, measuring and
containing th'rty-aeven aeres more or less; batting
and bounding to the north on lands of Dr. O'Hoar,
to the south on Wando Bi ver, to the east on lands of
Tave.ll and Jomet E. Dutart, and to the west on
lands ot Sanders and M Dowoll.
Terms-For Ihe first piece, one-half, and for the
second one-third cash; balance in one and two equal
successive annual instalments, secured by bond of
purchaser and mortgage on tba premises. Purcha?
ser to pay for papers and stamps.
May 19_w-m_LOUIS McLAIN.
Assets of the Iniurance and Trust Company of
BY Z. B. OAKES.
Will be sold, on TUESDAY, 25th inst, near the Old
Postofflce. at ll o'clock,
The ASSET? OF IHE INSURANCE AND TRUST
COMPANY Of Charleston.
235 HALF SHARKS SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
$4000 Sn per Cent. Bonds East Tennessee and
Georgia Railroad Company
$6000 seven per Cent, Bon-ln City of Savannah
$1000 .-even per Cent, Bond Memphis and Charles?
ton Railroad Company
$3000 Seven per Cent. Bonds South Carolina Bail
$2600 tjlx per Cent Bonds Greenville and Colum?
bia Rain- iad Company, guaranteed by State of South
$2000 Six per Cent Bonds City of Men ph is. guar?
anteed by Memphis and Charleston Railroad Com?
2 Bonds, $60 each, State of South Carolina Seven
per Cent, dated February 1,18G1
$6809 City of Charleston Six per Cent Stock
$500 Bond Memphis and Ohio Ballrjad
20 shares Preferred Stock Northeastern Bailroad
$376 Certificate of Indebtedness South Carolina
$266 Certificate ol Indebtedness Northeastern Rail?
25 Shares Bank Charleston Stock
63 Shares People's Bank
2U Shares Bank Georgetown
217 h hares State Bank
330 Shares Bank ol South Carolina
366 shurcs Farmers' and Exchange Bank
$100 060 Confederate States Registered Stock
$32.360 Con'cvcrato Mates Eigt,t per Cent Bonds
$9600 Confederate Staten Four per Cent. Bonds
$20.000 Interest bearing Contederate Treasury
The two story granite iront BUILDING, No. 8
Broad -tree?, well known as tho Offl e of tho Com?
pany, and one of the best husintss stands on
Broad-street. Lot 20feet front and 110 feet deep.
Conditions-For the securities cash; for tbe real
estate one-tbtrd cash; balance in two equal annual
Instalments, ?iib interest at ton (10- per cent., pay?
able semi annually; building to be kept iusured and
policy assignod ; or all cash at tbe option of the pur?
chaser. Purchaser lo pay tor papers and stamps.
49~savannah Republican. Augusta Constitution?
alist, Macon Teleg'apb and Colombia Phoenix will
insert above and send bills Immediately to auctioneer.
QMmm1 Jfiiuit $ilt$.
Dwelling House on South Bag.
BY LOUIS D. DeSAUSSURE.
At Private Sale
The pleasantly situated DWEI LING HOUSE on
South Bay, third west of Meeting-street, containing
four upright and iwo half upright rooms, one dress?
ing room ant double piazza; on the premlsei ls a
kitchen. Lot measures about25 feet (including th-t
right of way ol a pa-ejgo common to this and the
adjoining Uoutejand about 170 feet deep.
Apply as above, at No. 23 BROAD-STREET.
Mar 10 mwfmO
J. B HEAP.D, N. V. I W. J. HEABO, NOBVOLX.
C. W. YOUNO, N. Y. I T. E. OOOOBIDOE, POBTSMOUTH.
J?KARD, YOUNO di CU.,
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 347 Washington-street,
NE FT YORK.
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE SALE OF
EARLY VEGEGABLES, FBUJTS,
POTATOES, Ac. I
BEFEBENCEA-Governor Z. B. Vance, Charlotte;
W. D. Reynolds A Bro., Norfolk; E. G. Ghlo, Super?
intendent S. A B. Railroad, Portsmouth ; Colonel 8.
L. Fremont, E. E. Burnies, Esq., Wilmington; H.
K. Thurber k Co., Langhran k Egbert, New York ;
Bernard O'Neill, Charleston; Alexander k Russell,
Savannah. 3mos April 2
^?ri)infrt), Castings, Ctr.
l?LTIMJ-.Vnil?hT KOL.NOU Y.
TH IB ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW F?BNISH1NG
MCCARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM UNO IN KS AND BOILERS, of various sizos
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL CORN
MILLS, HirOAR MILLS, SDOAR BOILERS
AND I'ANS, ot all sizes
nORHE POWKRS AND OIN G KA RING, from 6 lo
16 feet In diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PBESSES for Hand
power, Haw and Rice MIUs
MACH I NEB Y AND CASTINGS af all description?
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD.
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, ?c., dc,
WILLUM 8. HENEREY,
MA V TUNIS 1 AND FOUND FR.
No. 311 M3ET1NG-STREET,
CHAULEHTOS, 8. C.
PHON1X IRON WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO.,
CAMERON' ?Si CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c,
Not. 4, 6, 8,10 and 12 PRITCHARD-STREETS,
(XEAU THE DEY DOCK, )
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
IRON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
We guarantee to furnish ENGINES and BOILERS
of as good quality and power, and at as low rates as
can be had in New York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'* low-water Detecto/,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 nao "mos
FROM 4 TO 350
horse power. Including the
celeuraleJ Corliss Cut-off
Engines, Slide Valve Sta?
tionary Engine*. Portable
Engines, kc Also, Circu?
lar Mulay and Gang >-aw
Mills, Sugar Cane .\ Us,
hha.tlng Pulleys, kc, Lath
and Shingle Mills. Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circular
SaWs. Belling, A-o. Send
for descriptive Olrcular and
WOOD Ac MANN STEAM ENGINE CO.,
February 18 6moe Utica, New York.
LONDON AND PARIS EXPOSITIONS.
GEORGE A. CLARK'S
o. 2sr. T.
SIX CORD, SOFT FINISH
This favorite Thread being Six Cord to No.
80, purely Soft Finish, ia recommended for its
groat superiority for Hand and Machine Sew?
FOR SALE BY THE
Principal Wholesale and Retail
Pry Goods and Notion Dealers.
February 27 3mo
PMNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
A SB ALL DISEASES OF TOE
STOMACH ANO LIVER.
TUET ASE BECOMMESPE? BT TITI
MEDICAL FA O TJ Ii T "V.
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YOEE.
CHZHIST ANS AP0THZCA27,
CHARLESTON", S. C.
#3~Frrr Sale by Druggists Everywhere."^
Februaty 15 mwf lyr
TAILLIS Ai CIIISOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) ol
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANHO WHARF, Charleston, 8. 0.
E. WILLIS.A. H. CHISOLM
EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY,
No. 92 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
WM. O. ALFXANDEB, President. I HENEY B. HYDE, Vice-Presldent.
GEO. W.PBlLLlPd, Actuary. I JA8. W. ALEXANDEB, Secretary.
CASH ASSETS OVER.19,000,000
NTJMBEB OF POLICIES ISSUED Di 1868.11,986
AMOUNT ASSUBED IN 1868.?31,891,8535
ALL) ITS POLICIES ARE KON-FORFEI7INC.
A LL PROFITS ARE ANNUALLV DIVIDED AMONG THE ASSURED.
BESIDE! ISSUING ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOWMENT P0LICIE3, THE "EQUITABLE"
would call attention to their .TONTINE LI F M ASSURANCE POLICIES," upon which many are new
a ? .-ming their lire.", and which ia thou .'ht by those who have given it the most study an J reflection, will
ronner Lite Assurance popular to a degree hitherto unknown. For documents or information upon the
subj, ct of "LIFE ASSURANCE," application can be made to
WM. B. SHAW,
GENERAL AGENT, No. 14JL MEETING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
O. A. BOWEN,
May 13 wera Imo ? (OF JAMES ADGEB k CO.,) BESTDENT AGENT.
FRESH D Ri'6S.
CHIM.VtLT St CO.'S PHEPARATION8 I
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE OAPSULES OF MATICO
8YRUP Ot? HYPOPHOSPH1TE OF LIME
All fresh from Pari-, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
May 8_gp. 131 MEETING-SI BEBT.
FOR TUE HAIR.
PHALON'S CHEMICAL HAIR INVIGOBA
AVER'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNETS COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIERS LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT'tJ COCOA CREAM
. For sale by Dr. H. BAER,
May8_Ko. 131 MBETINfl-SlBBBT.
URN-WOMEN-AND ('HILI)HKV' I
MKN-WOMEN-AND CHILDREN !
'Tooling to Scalds ind Burns,"
"Soothing to all painful wounds," Ac.
"Healing to all boree. Ulcers," kc,
'COSTAR'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is the most extraordinary SALVE ever known. Ita
power of Soothing and Healing for all Cuts, Bums,
Bruises, Sores. Ulcers, Chapped Hands and ekln, foi
Sore Nipples, for Piles, Ac, Ac-ls without a paral?
lel. One person saya of ft: "I would not be with*
out a box in my house, if it cost $6, or I had to
travel all tin way to New York lor H."
LtV. F. Evening Nexoi, September 5.
?3- All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell lt.
ABS HIS *
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossoms.
03- One Bottle, $1-Three for S3.
"Cottar's" Rat, Ko ac h. SUS.. Ext erm i's.
"Cottar's1' Bed Bag Exterminators.
"Cottar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedie? known."
"111 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"AU Druggists in CHARLESTON seU them."
" COSTAR," No. 13 Iloward.it,, N. Y.
Sold in CHABLESTON, 8. C., by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN ii CO.
THE ONLY CERTAIN
sealed and warranted to
keep fresh for all rime
the greatest discovery
of its kind in the age we
live in. No person need
be troubled with BATS,
MICE, BED B?03 or
BOACHES. for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy Is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful as its efficacy. Bnndieds of testimo?
ni?is have been recoived irom aU parts of the United
The great advantage this SUBE POP possesses
over all -imilar preparations is the FACT that it is
Certain In Its Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness of rats dying in
their holes, a? it causes them to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ol refei enees can bo made to
Persons in this City,
who have successfully used it
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUrH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WB0LE9ALE DBUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 33 m wi Arno Charleston, S. C.
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by Druggists Everywhere.
July 38 DAo lu
"(Clothing and /arttisdtng t?oote.
A SPLENDID ASSORTMENT
MEN'S FURNISHING GOODS,
BLACKWELL'S NEW STORK,
No. m KI^G-STREEI,
ONE DOOR BELOW MARKET-STREET,
May C wfmlmo
No. 291 King-street,
Corner of Wentworth.
AN ELEGANT SUPPLY OF
Spring Clothing and Furnishing
FOB KEN, YOUTHS AND BOYS,
Now Oponed and Offered nt Low Price?.
Hie Stock comprises all the new Style? of GOODS
AND GARMENTS introduced thia season. Par?
chasen are invited to caU and examine the stock and
make their selections.
IN GREAT VARIETY,
STAR BRAND SHIRTS!
Which I have been selling for twenty-five years,
noted for their GOOD FIT and Durability. There
are four qualities of them.
A LARGE LINE OF
LINEN AND PAPER C OLLARS,
Viz : THE BIRONS, THE DICKENS, SHAKES?
PEARE, THALBERG, EGBERT, GAROTTE,
BISHOP, &C ?c., Ac.
THE TAILORING DEPARTMENT,
Cholee Frenen, English and American
CASSIMERES AND COATINGS.
Which will be MADE UP TO ORDER in the beat
manner, under the care of a first-class French
B. W. MeTUHEOlIS, Superintendent.
?p. jp_ IX3" *
THE BE8T FITTING DRAWERS IS THE
WORLD, At BLACKWELL'S,
May ll luths No. 219 RING-STREET.
JOHN D . ALEXANDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
No. 16 Broad-street
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSLNESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either In part or whole. Ac. January 9
QHAMBERLA1N Ai SEABROOK,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS IN EQUITY,
Charleston, S. C.
Office in the Courthouse.
D. H. CHAMBERLAIN, Atty-General...E. B. SEABBOOX.
Special attention will be paid to the Prosecution o|
Claims held by parties outside of the State. May *
JAKES K.NOS.JOH? om.
N O X & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 135 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
CONSIGNMENTS OF COTTON, BICE, ic, RE?
SPECTFULLY solicited, an! liberal advances made
thereon. Orders for COT.N aod B ACON promptly
executed with care and attention. 3mos May 13g