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THE DAILY NEWS.
O stay, Madonna, stay t
'Iis not th*) dawi of day
That marka the skies with yonder opal streak :
The stars in silence shine ;
Then press thy Ups to mine.
Ind rest upon my neck thy fervid cheek.
O h'eep, Madonna, sleep t
leave me io watch and weep
O'er the sad memory of departed joys ;
O'er hope's extinguished oeam,
O'er fancy's ? aniahed dream,
O'er all that nature grives and man dea troya.
O wake, Madonna, wake 1
Eren now the purple lake
ls dappled o'er with amber flakes o? light ;
A glow ia on th? hill.
Andr every trickling rill
In golden threads leaps down from yonder height.
0 fly. Madonna, fly!
.?32 . I** 4?y and envy spy
"What only love and night may safely know :
' Fly. and tread softly, dear I
Lest those who hate us hear
Tho sounds of thy light footsteps aa they ga
Tnt Ckaxleeton .Money Market.
THUBSXUT, June 3, 1869.
There were no transactions during the week that J
srould materially affect the quotations. Business |
?ns generally dull, and there wat little orno demand
tor securities. The bois of ths city banks a re steadily
appreciating and are in demand. South Carolina
B iilrosd whole shares are quoted at 45- The seven
p r cen*, bonds 81a83. State securities have all ad
Tsnced. A sale of etty stock waa made yesterday at
16. The stock of the People's and First Rational
3?ai s is hold at io? to 108; City Ballway stock 51 w
io 53; Savannah and Charleston Railroad stock ll fi
?ll No other changes of note haye occurrcd,
BOUTHXaS BANK BILLS.
. Current Bates
Bank of Camden.80 (goo
Bank of Charleston..85 600
Bank of Cheater.13 @00
Bank of Georgetown.13 ??00
Bank of Hamburg.7 @00
Bank of Newberry.80 @00
Bank of South Caroona.20 @25
Mm?k ot State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.50 @C0
Bank of Stated S. Carolina, af ter 1st Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.3 <??oo
Exchange Bank, Coram bi?.18 @00
yann em' and beh?nge Bank, Charleston, a @01
People's Bank, Charleston.86 600
Banter's Bani of Fairfield...6 800
Pian tars * and Mechanics' Bank, Charl eaton. S3 @ oo
Southwestern Baliroad Bank, Charleston,
Southweatem Baliroad Bank, Charleston,
Mto Bank, Charleston.6 @00
Union Bank. Charleston.98 to par
City of Charleatoa Change Bills.N ?00
Eta te 8. Carolina Treasury No taw.93 @93
TIOKDS, STOCKS AHB COUPON?.
"City of Columbia Bonds.68 ?170
Caty of Columbia Coupons.75 @00
South Oaroftn* Banned and Bank Stock
(whole shares).16 @co
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).31 ?ilfi
S. C. Baliroad Six Per Cent Bonds..78 @00
S.O. R.B. Seven Per Cent. B'ds,.81 ?83
& C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.88 &00
City of Charleston Bu Per Ct. Stock..66 ?Si
Caty of Charieaton Fire Loan Bonds.76 @00
?tate of Sooth Carohna Benda (new issue.
of January 1,18671.7? @90
Kate of bouth Oarnrlna bonds (issued for
Bank of the State bills).M ?200
?tateof ?louth Carolina Stock..td (goo
Jtete of loath Carolina Coupons.70 goo
People'e National Bank 8tock.106 (3PO
Birst National Baak Stock.106 @1C8
JWion Bank stock.-.....89 <?0O
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed booda.63 @60
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
^Northeastern R. B. 1st Mortgage Bouda.83 800
Borth eaatern R.R. lat Coupons (past due).CC @00
Northeastern Railroad etock (capital)..$8%rdW
Northeastern Baliroad Stock (preferred). ..33>i?C0
Northeastern BJC Certificates of Indebted?
Charleston Oas Company Stock.31 ?00
Charleston City Railway Stool.51 fi @ 52
.Chadeaton BBBJBJSI saud Manufacturing
Company's Phosphate Works..100 @00
.Charieaton and Ba vann&h Railroad Bon da
(State guarantee).66 @57
Savannah and Charleston BailroaQ Stock.21 @22
City Of Savannah Bond?.....92fc@93
Cttr Of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to lat June, 18*8).93 $00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after lat
June, 1866).96 @C0
City o? Memphis bonds, endorsed by M.
4 O Railroad.70X800
. Memphis) and Charleston Baliroad Stock. .48 ?J00
Memphis und Charleston Railroad Bonds.85 &87fi
Memphis and Charieaton H. B. Connoas. .93 @00
Exports for the Week ending I narada y
NEW TOBE-Per steamship Magnolia-Hi balea
Upland Cotton, 184 bales Tan, 13 tierces Bk e.
448 labte Boats, 18 packages Dried Bruit, SS
boxes Tobacco, 25 casks Clay, 87 empty Barrels,
? 39 packages t-endDes, 2?19 obis Potatoes, 2366
-boxs* Vegetables..... Per steamship Manhattan
< - -598 balee Upland cotton, 107 ter ces Bice, li* I
bales D meatics, 17 empty Barrais, il package?
' Sundris*. 16 tons Phosphate?. SS aSfika Cocoa
nate, UT7 bbls Potatoes, 960 crates Vegetables
. BALTIMORE-Per sehr Humy Allen- 800 toja Phos
jjb^eRock.. ..Per sehr Tn H Steeli-70 tons
* 1 .'
TBE CHARUB8TOJI HARKET.
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M [rca xax wxarx Banora. Tamar? AX, ram A]
. TBS Caop^-jThe weather JOT. the past weak has
been of ? chJt?>r well adapted to the growth of |
cotton, 1be hen having been (toady and continued,
' dr*wbark being an absence of moisture v
aetloa from this interior has, ia come
- queuce, taken a favorable character, and wherever a
. stand hes been secured th? plant la reponed to be
coming forward successfully.
Tan Conos MAB SLIT.-Tho market for the staple
daring the week ander review has assumed a strong.
ifitm?km. Northern manufacturera having come
faraird prominently as purchasers tu the Southern
ports, while the intelligence from Manchester indi?
cates an improved feeling for maau'sctured goode.
' Tbs influenc?e ef these circo raslancei sering on re?
duced stocks in the South, has given prices a decided
upward tendency, and while the English market,
which opened at ll S'd tor middling uplands harden?
ed to UK J. the article at New York moved ap frc m
38jai to 80c, sad at this point middlings stiffened
from 2Tjai to 28fie % lb, the demand here being
mostly for good gradea, of which there is only the
Boost scanty supply, and which sell at steadily hard
The mo remette of the flore at Liverpool and New
. York have been reported aa folio TB br telegraph :
On Friday, May 38th, the former or en ed flt mer at
3) fid., and closed at ll>4d.. sales 13.000 bales, with
Better Mancho ter advices ; the latter was firm, sales
1600 bales at SSkJo. Oa Saturday the former was
quiet and steady, sales 10,000 bales, uplands lOJa'd;
the latter waa finner, sales 3C0O hales at 29o. On
Monday the former was a shade more active sales
12,000 balee, uplands ll ?fd ?the latter was more active,
eales 4000 bales at 19>?c. On Tuesday tbe former
was armer, sales 15,000 bales, uplands ll^d.; the
latter waa fi@fic better, sales 5500 ba es st 29%o.
On Wednesday the former wa? aimer, sales 13,0(0
bales, upleidt 1))id; the latter was a shade firmer,
eeles 4000 bales, uplands 29X&3C; yesterday the
former waa a sh de firmer, sales 12,000 bales, up-j
lands ll%&. ; the latter was qutot and firm at 30c.
The ato. k of the article in sight at the latest dates
was aa follows : .
Stock in liverpool. 423 000 620.250
Afloat from India. iOO.tOJ 372,000
Afloat from America. 149,(>00 149 000
Stock in London. 73 720 87 0 -0
Afloat tor Lonaon. 63 000 6P UC0
BtocJinHiv.e. 33400 81'9j?
Afloat for tiavr. 93,618 48 812
Stock ia Bremen. 7.553 ?OaS
Afloat tor bren eu. g 021 2384
?tock tu United stated i o??. IBI.607 15/5 5
Stock in the interior towns. 22,181 13 999
Deficiency lu visible suppu? . 62,5?o '
Stock of ot ton htld by Manchester si inners at
toe mt>]n, now 65.000 bale*-; same bme 18 8,130.000
bales. Middling eolanda, nowl^d; then llj^d.
The arrival, at thia port for the week tuvo been no
sea laLndx and Floridas and 1635 bales np andr,
agains' 8 ham sea islaudsand Florida- and li34 b 1rs
Upland* th e week beter?, and 3 b gs of * ea islands and
Blondas and t-28 balea ot uplands for the correspond?
ing week last |>er. These supplies have come from
the following sources, say of uplines per Sooth
Carolina Rai road. 1C03 bales; per Northeastern
Siilroad. 83 bales.
The transactions in this market xor the week have ,
b:en as lolluw- :
On Fiiday, May 28. the ce maud was good, but tho
operation* of porch >tera waa fruited in oonscqaenca
ot the lt;;ht supply ot the fibre on the market; tales I
300 baler, oidinnry to gotd cidinary being qujttd |
at 25026?, low rniddiing 27, and middling 27?c
On Saturday ibera waa a moderate inquiry, good
grad38 fc ein g quite firm ; sales 255 balee, ordinary tc
good ordinary bf lng quoted at 25026?, low mid
cuing 27, middlings 27 M.
On Monday floe quail ties of the staple were in de?
mand, and held at stiff prices, -while the cosamos
grades were steady,but huyera continued to have
their operations limited for want of stock; sales 25C
balee; quotations as before.
On Tuesday the market was somewhat active and
firmer, prices advancing ft; ?ales 600 bales,
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 25?027,
low middling 27?. middling 28c ?? lb.
OB Wedneeda; tho ?tapie continued to stiffen un?
der a well sustained inquiry, and prices improved
about ?c fl ?; ?k? 600 bm,e"' ordln*r, to good or
dinary being quoted at 26027?, low middling ?8,
and middling 28?ac fl IB.
Yesterday there was bot little offering, and holders
very firm; sales near 100 balts, viz: 12 at 24?; 39 at
27?; 7 at 28; 8 at 28?; 13 at 28?; 1 Zipporah at
80. We quote:
Ordinary to pood ordinary.26 027?
Low middling..28 ?
By New York classification we quote:
EBA Iax.ua> Corro?.-There have teen no receipts
of this quality of the fibre during the week. We
note a very quiet market since our last weekly re
port, and the transactions in the article have been
without Importance. Some twenty-five baga have
been sold, among which were 3 sea island at 50,17
at 70, and 3 at 73c V tb. We quote nominally com?
mon Florida*? at 60?60, medium at 60 g7Oe aa rb; sea
islands may be quoted at 65075 for medium, and BU
0S1 ft lb for fine.
BICK.-A decided dullness has characterized the
market for this grain during the week, purchasers
astin; for conoce?tons, which factors were not dis?
posed to make; sellers, however, in a few casts,
afterwards]'accepted seme what easier rates, and
about 100 tierces of clean Carolina we:e disposed of,
say: 8 tierces at 7?; 26 at 8; 40 at- 8, and 17at 8?c
ft rb We quote cox mon to fair clean Carolina at
7??7?; good, 8?8?c? lb.
> AVAL STOKES.-1 he receipts of this article
amounted to some 1500 barrels, composed of some
660 barrels rosin, 418 casks spirits turpentine, and
416 barrels crude turpentine. The transactions in
rosin were at ti fi t arr el for low pale and No. 1, and
tl 8001 90 fl. barrel for Noa. s and 3, of which latter
the receipt s were mainly composed. 3 he spirits cl
turpentine was sold at 39 and 40c ?1 gallon as to con?
dition of package. Tba operations in crude turp en?
tino were at i8. ft barrel for Virginia; SI 60 fl barrel
for yellow Jip, and 81 CO fl barret for hard. 1 he mar?
ket is dnll for the better qualities of rosin.
HAT.-The arrivals ot this article have been abont
450 bales of Eastern qualities. We note sales ol
Eastern to .arrive at tl 38 fl hundred.
1 CORN .-Tho receipts of this grain for the week
were about 9000 bushels per steamer from Balti?
more. With a steady inquiry for plantation consump?
tion, the market keepa almost bare of stock, and
the sales were con 13ned to jobbing lois ot prune
white Maryland, which was Miling at tl 20 ft bushel
at the close, weight, bags included.
FLO tra.-Dealers have good stocks of Northern
and Western floor, which was in steady request for
interior consumption, the article showing rather
weaker prices in consequence of the receding rates
in Northern and Western marketa. We quote Not th?
em and Western super at td 6006 75 ft bbl, extra
tT0776 ft bbl, family $8@9 fi bbl, and extra famliy
at $10011 fl bbl. Southern brands ate in light sup?
ply, and may be quoted at $8@ 8 50 ft bbl foi super,
1809 50 ft bbl lor extra, 10@ll ft bbl fer family
The first new Southern flour reach- d here yesterday,
being a ?malt lot of "?xceUior MlBs," from Augus?
ta, Geo., which told at tia fi bbL
I BACON.-The stock of this article hav.'ng become
much reduced, sellers were asking better rates, and
we quoto with a limited demand, prime Shoulders at
15Kcfl tb; prime clear rib aldea at 18?c ft tb.
?UOAB AND MOLASSES are in full mpply and doll.
BUTTES.-There ls a moderate stock of prime
Goshen. Prices are easier, and we quote prime at
45c ft rh. Western and other lower grades sell from
300400. ft U), as in quality.
SALT.-lhere-have been no arrivals of this article
Store lots are held at t202 10 ft sack.
INDIA BAOGINO.-Th? market for this article
has been quiet Goony oloth 46? inches wide and
2? tbs to the yard, is nominal in the absence ot
tran tac ti JUS. Dandee bagging, 44 inches, 1? tts.
for the yard? is held at 30?33c. Sea island bag.
ging, 45 inchei wide, 2 tbs. for the yard, Is hold at
ROFL-The demand for rope le moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at -r oem ts fi lb. ; greenlea! at lt cents,
and jute at 8 ?ca 9 cents fi po uni.
IRON BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, of tho most ap?
proved patterns, are offered on tho market, at 7
ase ft lb.
TracaxB AND LUMBER.-The market ia now well
supplied, and the article ia dull. We quote timber
for milling purposes rrom ?508. Shipping timber
810015; 4 406-4 flooring heavy at $13015 fl M.
I Bright lumber, good merchantable, from city mills,
cut to ?lae, from 322 42s by the cargo.
FBXTOHT?.-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal;
by sall, ?d on uplands, ard ?d on sea islands,
with but litte going forward. To Havre nomi?
nal. Coastwise vet?ele are in demand-To New
York by steam ?c on uplands, and lc. on sea
islands, tl ft tierce on rice; by sail, tl SO ft bale
on cotton; tl ft tierce on rice; 40c ft bbl. on
rosin; ts ft M. 00 lumber; 19?10 ft M. on
timber. To Boston, by sail, ?c fl tb. on
upland cotton. To ProviJence, 88 ft M. on
beard?. To Philadelphia, by steam, unsettled
and nommai; by sail, S6a7 f) V. on boards; SS
on timber; 83 per ton on clay; and 83 50?i
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by steam, un
ettled and nominal. By sail. 86?7 fl M. on
boards-S3 6004 fl ton on phosphate rock. V?asele
are tn demand by our merchants to take lumber
freight) from Georgetown, a. C., Darien and Baril?
la River, Geo., and Jacksonville, Fla., to North?
ern ?ort?, and 811012 f) M. are rates on lumber
j -and boards. There is some inquiry fox lumber ves?
sels for tho West Indies, from the rame points, and
tlO in gold is offered.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 1490149? for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka are purchasing
sight checks on New York ? discount; 5 days
disccunt. They are selling sight checks at ? pren,
GOLD.-Tho brokera wire yesterday buying a<
33, and selling at 10,
Markets by Telegraph.
FOREIGN M mm
LONDON, June 3-Noon.-Consols 92?. Bondi
LrvxRPooL, June 3-Noon.-Cotton a shade firm
Evening-The ioorease of specie in tho Bann ol
England n arly a half million. Consols 92? ; bondi
steady at 80?
er;uplands ll?d;Orleans ll?d; sales 12,000 bales
Corn 27s 3d.
A ft er roo a.-Pork dull. Bacon 60s Cd.
Eveninc.-Cotton firmer; sales 12.000 bales; u;,
lands ll^d; Orleans ll?d. Turpentine 27s OJ.
Havan. June 3-Cotton, on the spot If 42?c
afloat If S8?c. <f
FABIS, Juie 3.-The increase of specie in th<
ran? of Frat oe eleven an J a hali millions. Bourse
steady. Rentes 71 and 47.
Nrw YORK, June 3- Noon.- Stocks feverish ant
excited. Mom y steady ai 6a7. Sterling 9?. Gol
88?. - Cotton quiet and firm at 39c. 1 u poutiat
dull at 45?c. Rosin quiet; strained ti 40.
Lveuing.-1 tton firm; sates 3000. Flour heavy
at noon's decline. Wheat lo tower. Com firmer
Uess pork $31 CCu81 87. lard quiet. Wbiskc}
steady, SI Olal 01. Rica dull-Carolina 7?a9. Othei
groceries quiet. Turpentine 45?. strained rosir
82 40. Tallow active, ll?all?. Freights firm-OB
cotton, by steam, ?. G uremment- dull. 02's 22?,
Southerns heavy. Virginia's 67?; ^rth Carolina
60?; new 56; Louisiana levees 66; Tennesse e 67;
new C4?. Money cootiuu?d active at 7 per cent
Sterling weak at 9?. Geld dosed dull at 37?. Stock*
feverish, weak, ibo steamship America tal'ttl to?
day, taking $200.000 in specie
BALTIUOBK. June 8 - oiton firm at 30c. Flour
(talliedtavors bayeta Grain uuchinged;receipts
Ugh'. Pork firm at 832. Bucen active. Lard firm
et 19?o. Whi-key dull at tl e2al 03.
CINCINNATI, June 3.-Whiskey quiet and fi-m ct
95;. Mess pork fl>m at 831; not freely off-red, but
held at ?a?. Paeon shoulden held at 13?c; sides
17e; noil ling doini'. Lard offered at 18? J.
LOUTS VILLE, June 3.-Provisions firmer. Mess
( pork, 831?. Shoulder?, 13?; clear sides, 17?; I
hans, 19?c. Prime leaf lard, 19c Baw wh s
WILMINGTON, June 3- Spirits turpentine: Dot hm g
doing. Rosin steady at 81 ?7??a$3. Crude tur
pentine $1 90a$3. lar 83 35.
AUGUSTA, Jnne 3.-Cotton closed active and ad?
vancing; sales 410 bales; receipts 50 bales; mid?
SAVANNAH. June 3.-Cotton very firm; middlings,
28c; sales 300 bales; receipts 170 bales; exports
MOBILE, June 3_Cotton: sales 950 bales; 6C0
after tho close ysator?ay. Market quiet. Low mid?
dlings 37c. Be ce ip ts 38 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, June 3.-Cotton steady. Mid?
dlings 28Xa78>jc fates 3350 bales; receipts 337;
exports 687. Cold 38. Sterling 61?. New York
sight exchange par to ? discount. Sugar: common
9?al0?; prime 13?. Molasses: fermenting 52?.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
SELMA , May 31.-Sales 40 bales. Market quiet
Veiy little cotton offering, bales made oa a basis of |
35o for low reid ?ling,
COLUMBUS, June 1.-Cotton market quiet Mid?
dling 26. low middlings 26?c. Warehouse sales 17
bales, Receipts 8 bales. Shipments 374 bales.
MACON, June 1 -The improvement in the mar?
ket, noted yesterday, was followed to day by an
advance in prices. Ihe demand to-day was good,
and sales were effected on the basis of 26a26?c for
mid Dings. . Beoeipts to-day, 66 bales ; shipments,
86 bales; sales, 117 bales.
Nashville Cotton Market.
NASHVILLE, May 31 -COTTO?.- The New Yoik
market advanced ?c to-day. Our market firm for
best grades, the lower grades entirely nominal. We
quote: Ordinary 2C?a21; good ordinary 28?a34
low middling 26a25?.
NASHVILLE COTTON ETATEMENT.
8took on hind september l, 1868. 60
Received to-day. 60
Shipped to-day. CO
Stock on hand.3.819
COHN.- Market buoyant and prices advancing.
The shipmen ts to-day embraced 6000 bushels at 80a
82?o, sacked and In depot
WILMINGTON, June 2.-TTTRPENTIHB.-Sales of
154 casks at 42c- a decline of ?c since last report.
S rani TURPENTINE,-60 bbls changed hands at
82 80 for y ello w dip, and 81 70 for hard.
Boar* ->alea of 876 bbls No. 2 a; 81 85. and SO
bbls strained atti 77?.
TAB -?ales of only S3 bbls at 82 25.
COTTON.-Sales of only 6 balee at 36, 26?a27c for
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, ? yard
Dandee. 30 0 46
Gunny Cloth. - rt -
BALE ROPE, fl lb-Marrilla. - ? _
Western. 8 ? 13?
Ju e. 8?0 9
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary co Good Ordinary. 26 0 S7?
Low Middling. 3S 0 -
Middling to Strict Middling. 28?0 30
Good Middling. - tel -
Sea Island. fO 0 1.00
COPPER, f) tb-Rio.I 20 0 26
Lagnayra.I 2b rt -
Java.I 85 0 40
FURTt LIZERS- I
OarolinaFe>Wirer, fl 2000tbs... ?65.03 0 -
Wando Fertilizer. 00.00 0 -
Double Kofined Pouorette. 80.00 ra) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 rt -
Peruvian Guano, M 2210 tbs.,05.ut) ?a -
Pacific Guara, fl 2000 tbs.65.00 tg -
Phosnlx Guano. 55.00 0 -
Baugh'sPhosphate, f)20OU lbs...leo.00 rt -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 lb?... ?05.00 rt -
Rhodes' Bland.Manure- ?65Ume|67.60 rt -
Orcbilla Guano-.840 time a j ru rt -
Laud Plaster. 24.50 @ -
JJ apes'SuperPhosphate,fi 2000 )b|f.5.00 rt -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate..iCO.dO 0 -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. |6U.0O rt -
Woolatoo's Phosphate of Limn..- .?86.09 rt -
Woolaton's Vegetatir, fl 20C0 rbs|63.00 ? -
Croaadale's Gen. super-Phos, net 60.00 0 -
Bowers'Complete Manure, net... CO.00 rt -
bardy's Photpbo Peruvian, each. C5.00 rt -
Sardj 'H Pacific Guano, cash. 60.un us -
Patapsoo Guano..'.(65.00 0 -
FLOUR, fl bbl-enluta . 6.60 rt 6.76
Northern and Western Extra. 7.25 0*7.76
Baltimore Extra. - 0 -
Southern-Super. 8.00 rt 8.CO
Extra. 9.00 ft 9.50
GR A AV- Maryland Oats, fl bushel, i - w, -
Western Oats, fl bushel......I - lg -
Corn, fl bushel. - (ct -
BAT, fi cwt-North River.| - fy -
Eastern.I l.ss ad -
L?H BER, Vi M. lett- I
Clear White Pine, lat quality.'60.00 065.00
Whit? Pine, good run. 38.00 040.00
Yellow Pine.120.-io ?26.00 -
Boards, ft M. feet-Bough.113.00 (315.00
Grooved and Tommed. ...?26.U0 092.00
.MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba.| 45 0 47
Muscovado.'.. 48 0 66
8ugar House. 60 0 1.00
New Orleans. - rt -
N.4 VAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar.... - M -
Pitch. - ?a _
Rosin, Pale.I - rt -
Rosin, No. 1.14.00 0 5.00
Rosin, No. 2.i 1.V0 0 -
Kosin, No. 3.J 1.80 0 -
Spirits Turpentine, fi gallen.| 89 5 40
OJ-IUUI. * ru.I 16 ta -
VMLS-Amencau, 402Od, "R kcg..| 5.50 (ia 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 8.70 0 -
Dupont's, F.F.K. 5.60 0 -
Dupont's, Blatting. 4.25 rt -
PROVISIONS-^ Vb- -
Bacon, Hams, fl lb. - rt -
Bacon, Sides. 18?<oi -
Bacon, Shoulders. 14?<9 16?
Bacon, Strips. - -
Lard, in keg. - ft _ -
Butter. 30 (is 45
Cheese. 15 rt 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. - ft _
Onions. _ (a -
Apples. _ w _
BICE-OaToltna, fl lb. 7??a 8V
East India. _ @ -
SALT- Liverpool, coarso, fi sack.. 2.OD rt 2.10
Liverpool, fine... ;. _ a _
SUGAR, fl rb-Baw. _ rt -
Porto BIco.i is^-a H
Musco vac1- .I _ <a _
: TS o.
. O o
: B ?.
. m 2.
, cr o.
2 ? a
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-1 .-1 Bj
sj ?J .
ii ? c
s: I 2
S a s
H_ j B
comparative Kxpoi'U ot Cation, Irow
thc Port ol Charleston.
Oilier British Ports.
iotal to Great Britain.
Other J renoh Ports..
lota! to Franco.
Nortb of Europo.
Total North of Europe..
: outh of Europe.
-Vest Indies, Ac.
Total Foreign Ports....,
Rhoda Island, ?c.
Baltimore aud Nor -Ik....
Other United Sirtes Puru?.
Total to Coastwise Ports,
B- ?H Ni ! i iii'
li ll 5S*511 "Pg
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NOTE.-Wo have deducted (rom Now Orleans
36.5*3 bales Upland, from Mobile 1G.C30 bales, from
Savannah 3516 bags Sea Island and 243 bales Up?
land-and from Charleston 2523 bags Sea Island and
181 bales Upland, the quantities received at tboee
ports from Mobile. Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Stock? ot Cotton In Ute Interior Towna
not included In the Receipts.
Auffusta and Hamborg.Mtv 81
Macon, Geo.May 31
Columbus. Geo.,.May 28
Montgomery, Ala.May 29
Berma. Ala.May 28
Memphis, Tenn.,.May 24
Nashville, Tenn.May 29
aiport s or Klee. Naval stores anet L. \m
oer from the Port or Charleston, trout
September 1 to Jane 3.1869
New Orleans .
Other U. S.Ports..
Majorca k a Market
St Johns, N B...
4 1 63.221
25,1371 42 064'13.649,161
C onsignees per soatn t molina ila n roa o
271 bales Cotton, 93 bales Domest'cs. 28 packages
Bacon, 258 bbls Naval Stores. 1 cars Lumber, 7 cars
Wncd. 'lo Railroad Agent. W W smith, Claghorn.
Berring ft Co, Courtenay a 7 renholm, IUvenel a
Co, J ft T Getty, Wat?on Si Bill 0 Graveley, Klinck,
Wickenbersr ic Co, B O'Neil, Ri AP ('aid well, Jno
Marshall, Goldsmith ft din, Hopkins, McPherson k
Co, T H ft W Oe wees.
Per ttesmcr Emilie, from Edlsto and Wadmalaw
leland-H U Roberson and lady, Mts Holley and
t?o children, 51 isa M Kotloy, Mrs GcuoralJenkins
and con, and ten on deck.
Port ot Charleston. Jun? 4.
?BS LS OF rna MOO?.
Last Quarter, 2d, 2 hours, 1 minute, morning.
New Moon, 9th, 10 hours, 43 minutes eveniug.
First Quarter. 16th. 0 hours. 0 inimit??, evening.
Full Moon, 23J, 8 bou'S. 19 minnies moraine.
31 Moiiiiay 4..64
1 Tuesday....! 4..C4
S wednesday.: 4..6."?
3 IbsrHday.. 4 .Ci
. 4 Friday.j 4..A3
5 Saturday. I 4..?3
6 "ni'.?;.. .. j Co
Arrived Vesle rd ay.
Steamship Tromotneus, Gray, rbiladolphia-lett
Sunoay. Md*o. To Jno & 'ituo (.etty. Kai roid
*geut, a 1 FoaJ e, W H -cha?er, i amcroa. Bartley
ft Co, G W Willi mis & Co, J N M Wohlta'snu, Uus
Works. Dr 1 P Edwards G W Aimar F tilas, Walk?
er, Lvaus ft Cogswell, J F O'Neill ft Hon, C L Kora
ahreus, ?) Cos ruvo. J M Martin, U A TorcU. (ira?
nian k bchwacUc. Womer ft fucltcr. L ' hapiu, Jet
fo:ds k Co. Lau-ey ft Alexander. M JZon>ow, Mrs
ll .> Bu'lerlicld. Ur H Bair, w Brookbuulis. L Elias,
Mr? M NV iha>pr. Miss E buorard. ?MS0 h':icl>dcu,
J 'rihur, W G>runkli', lo artiu's Book Bouse, C
I tlicutlt.il. B O'Neill, J tl Muller, Muller, Ni m i ta ft
Co, J M tas. n & Uro, Kinsman A Bru, L V Itohcrt
son. li Johnson k - o, T M Caler B.M*UP& Fogarty,
C.imiiei'U k Co, B OCK!t s ft Co, Agont Atlauilo and
Gu'f Kailroad. and others.
Hi h-Leila. fos-H, Belfast, Me, IC d.ijs. Day. To
A Enslow k i o.
steamer Emilie, Lewis. Ediato and Widmahw Isl
ind. Md;--e. lo shaikclfoi'd ft Eel,, a Howe,
Brown ft Hyer, Houry ?elbrook. J C H Clausron J
M IJIXSOU. lilcdorly. M tcvy..
Bi coivud. from Chisoim'e Mill, CO tierces Blee. To
J S ich'iincr.
Steamer Planter, White, Savannah.
Ki-om thia i'ort.
steamship J WEveimau, Snyder, Philadelphia, May
sehr M B Bramhall, Stoat, New ?orlc, May 31.
Cleared for this Pun.
Sehr Frank Palmer, Latham, at Cost?n, May 81.
SUipncwa l\? . e'o'rrapii.
NEW Yonx, Jono 3-Arrived th" i ity of Borton.
I'AVANHAH, Juno 3-Arrived, brig Goorgtana, Sew
sal'ed. st-amshlp Herman Livingston, >ewYorfc;
ship Ivanhoe, Livcrt ooh
The sehr Emma, Anthony, from Georgetown, 8
arrived at New fork, M ay 81.
The sehr B N Bawnlna Wyatt, from Boston, fer
Charleston, arrived at Holmes' Bole May 28.
The sehr Amella Emma, Carton, cleared at New
York, June 1, lor Bncksville, S C.
Ihe sehr S E Woodbu-y, Woodbury, from George
town, ti 0, arrived at Ballimore Jone 1.
MST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 1 BIS POL '.
The Clifton, Wilhams, sailed.April :
The Minnie, Robertson, sailed.May 1
Bark Sicilian. Percival, cleared.May :
Bohr Friok Pilmer, Latham, cleared.May L_
Behr Anna E Glover, Tenf, cleared.May 18
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.May f '
BELT AST, ME.
Behr Daybreak, Blake, np.May 16
Sehr J M Bicharde, Irving, cleared.May 22
Sehr Minnie, Hud SOD, cleared.May !
Sebr lilly, Hughes, np.May 26
Brig Josie A Devereux, Clark, np.May 18
Eohr Farah Cullen, Avis, cleared.M?y 26
8chr Minnie Eippller, Conover, cleared.May 28
Sehr Nettie Richardson, Davis, np.May 28
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, June 3.
VISSELS UND EB 100 TONS. AND STE AMER.- COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
James Adgor. 1086 tons. T J Lockwood, at AdSer'i
wharves, for New York, loading-James Adger
Maryland, 532 tons, Johnson, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-Courtenay A Trenholm.
Prometheus. 581 tons, Gray, at Atlantic wa T?, for
Philadelphia, loading-J A T Getty.
R C Winthrop, Me tons, Stewart, at Atlantic wharf,
lor L.verpool, loading-Patterson ft Steck.
Richard III, 985 tons, Wood, at Boyce k Co'i
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros k Cc.
Maria (Br), 690 tons, Webster, at Central Wharves, for
N< wcastle Eng, loading-J ft T Getty.
Ansdell (Br), - tons, lurplin, at quarantine, from
ht Pierre, Martinique, just arrived-R Mure
Dalkeith i Br'. 848 tons. Anderson, st Boyce ft Co'i
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-B Mure ft Co.
Helen Sands, 5C3 tons, Woodside, at Bennett's wharf,
for tho Rio de la Plata, loading-Street Brothers
J L Pye (Br), 365 tons, Pye at Central wharves, for
Liverpool, loadioK-J A Ens'.ow & Co.
Leila, 113 tons. Foss, a> Palmetto wharf, from Bel?
fast, Me, discharging-J A Enslow ft Co.
Lion (Br), Ul toni-, McLellan, at Brown ft Co's wharf,
from Matanzas, waiting-W P Hall.
Myrover, 418 tons, Brown, at Yenning's wharf, for
New York, loaditg-W Roach ft Co.
Henry Allen, 206 tons, I stem, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, ready-B F Baker ft Co.
N W Smith, 295 tons, Tooker, st Adder's wbarf, for
New York, loading-W Roach ft Co.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Poatofflce at
Charleston, for the week ending JUNE 3, 1869,
ind printed officially In Tua DAILY NEWS, aa the
newspaper having ihe largest circulation in the City
4^-Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should
state that they are "Advertised.**
Sa~ Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun
lays, from 5 to 6 P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
Ailsou,Mary Ann Hampton.Sopbia McCanls, Mary C
Amalr. Mrs A J Haynes, Kmma McFlenan, anne
Andrews, Miss E Thoma- Mciver, Urs FM
M Harrison, Miss Nolan, sarah
Anderson, Decy D Northrop, Mis L
A Hendricks, Mrs NioDolla, Miss E
Barber, Miss L O Nell, Annie
Black, Mrs M A (Does, Miss L S Obmter, Miss R
Blakely, Miss L Holdin, Mary L Purse, Miss L
E Howardie, Miss Pope, narah
Bo'one, Mrs E L Pond, Mn G W
Box, Mrs R Hollon, Urs A I Pope, Caroline C
Boin?, Miss Hubbart, Miss A Pennyfetber, Mrs
Hrasoy, MissL Jeffords, Mrs L R
Brennan, Mrs P Y Boblson.Margret
Buckley, Miss M Jenerda, Mrs E Rotherwood,
L Jacob. Mrs D Mis? K
Butler, Mis? A Jugnot, Julia Roberts, Mise V
Botler, Lenia Johnson, Susan Roken, Miss M
Brown, Mrs L A Jenkins, Mrs fe* L Ruar, Martha
Brown, Mrs R A Jones, Mrs H M Byn. Mary
Brown, Alice Koch, Mela Sanders, sallie
Carr, Mary Ann Klrige, Alvira -avago, Lydia
Cavnsn, Margret Keely, Maty Seabrook, Mrs D
Cameron, Mar- Eelly. Miss Mary Scott, Mfrs M
gret L Scott. Addle
Carney, Mary A Laurence, Jane goodes. Mary
Cearlon, Mrs M Laughlin, Mus Shrewsbury,
CbiBon, Sate M A Amelia
Chapman, Jen- Leevy, Lucinda Sonmag, Mrs T
nie Legai e, Miss E M Spencer, Mrs E
Clan? sen, Mrs F Led dy, Mrs M steads. Ann
W Logan. Mrs A L Straloe, kira M E
Coleman, Sate Love, Melia smith, Miss L C,
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Anne Locry. Mts C E Smith, Mary
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Dunn, Mrs F A Middleton.Nancy Tomis, Mary
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Farrow, Maryan Milne, Mi?? E Timory, Mary JJ
Ford. Mary Mosley, Mis S B Waring, Mrs E P
Fuller, Bets / Moore. Mrs J B Weston, Mrs N
Gayer, Augusta Morven, Susan G
C Morris, Hrs Wm Witz, Lydia
Gillyard, Matilda Moultrie, Mri C Ward,Mary Anne
Gil), Mrs i P Mnrpy, Ellen Louisa
Gotjen, Anna G Milicy, Miss L Walker, Lucy E
Gardner, Mary Miller, Mrs M Wilson, Julia
Greaser, Margret Meyor, Miss M Willsou.Mattie O
Grant, Annette Mack, Maria Williams Ann
Grane, Naoby McDonald, Mrs Williams, So
Green, Arabella J T A ph rou ia
Barnwell, N H
Beckett. 1 r J L
Bluett, M E
bremer, H H
Breeland, Dr W
Brown. Jas C
butler, J F
Burner, Oliver 1
t ampt-ell, L F
Campbell, Jas A
Cnapliu, John F,
Cummings, P B
Davis, i 'alvin
Dallington, H D
Edward. JJ hu
LVJL.I, Dr J T
Ferrara. C J logera
Fees, Capt Geo
Fd ker, S A
I'Lu ct-y, Jehu
Fla> k, Jumen
Frazer, Jo, .pu
Giobs, R W
Oric i. Henry
Urubo. Job a
H pkin.-on. Jos
Howard, s S
H?ge, Hon S L
Hortou, John M
Irwin, Pa rick
Jackson ft Saae
King, s ili?
Kinsman. W R
Kocster, L F
Lawreucc, J it
Leaare, J C W
Leedp, RevT P
Mai tz, Jacob
to the Ctjlef ol
Milts, John W
Miguot, A J
Mirna-, Alf jr il
Moore. J D
Moyer, John F
Myer*. Uoury A
Ouly. John C
Parker, T F
Pardons, Be- J 0
t'o.ue James E
Pr,or, Pa is
Qaile, J M
a a flor t, John
Hauy, Janies Q
Rieb, Ubas T
Myan. M B
.-ardy, John 0
Seabrook, Rov J
Smith, Ch-rffry R
strleff. Fred P
6 teed man, Jan: 03
Taylor, ? l>
luimadgc, J A
1 roeger. J H
trout. Thomas B
Yan Arlaud, Geo
Varuell, Moj W
Von O-eu, Geo
Waiker, L J
?vatsoii, W li
Westcoat, J W
Wnluemore, u v
Will ams, Dauiel
Williams, J J. LL ts
.v.,rms, Dr chas
Works, P G
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will please place thc stamp near tho upper right
band corner of the envelope, aud they will also
plcaso to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot be malled, but will be sent to the Dead Letter
QHAMfOOIHG ANO UAllt-CDTTlftU,
attended at their resldcuces promptly and at reasoE
Send orders to
W. E. M A RS'(ALL, Barber,
No, 31 Uroad-street ?Up stairs.)
Prags* g?mirai** (Sir.
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 123 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, S . O,
IMPORTER AND REALER IN
PBJtPASI D OABETOXLT AX
ALL H0WR8 OF TBE DAT AND NIGHT.
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Upon thia branch of the balinese, (he utmost
PERSONAL care and attention it bestowed, and the
Used in compounding is GUARANTIED.
FRESH TICHT WATER,
(Il A CTE.RIVfi.;
Ot Direct Importation.
EACH BOTTLE OB PACKAGE BEARING
THE GOVERNMENT STAMP.
CONGRESS AND COLUMBIAN
FRESH FROH THU SPRINGS.
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCK BRIDGE ALUM SPRING
A complete assortment of
COMBS, BRUSHES, Ac.
GEO. TIEMANN & CO.,
OF NEW YORK,
SURGICAL AND DENTAL
DEFORMITIES, FRACTURES, Ac.
May 19 win
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are moat desirable for quality,
finish, and price. /
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled t
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please ?end for a catalogue to
MARVIN A CO.,
(oldest safe inanafltettiren)
p... ( 285 Broadway, New York.
WP? h21 Chestnut St., Ptila.
Warehouses |108Bank St.,CleTdaad,0
And for sale by our agents in fin
principal eities throughout J^t
United Stetes. ^l
rOE SALE BT
WM. M. BIRD &.C0.,
No. 203 EAST BATT,
CH AK JLKSTOflf.
December 39 ly r
THE UNIYERSAL FAVORITE,.
WILLCOX SC OIBB8'
SILENT SEWING MACHINE.
rpniB MACHINE STANDS THUS FAB UNRI?
VALLED as a FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, an?
bis taken the place of over forty doable thread ma?
chines in thia oity. Reliable Agents wanted in all.
large towns in thc State.
D. B. HASELTON,
So. 307 KING-STREET,
Willcox k Gibt fi ' Agent of South Carolina?.
NEEDLES, OIL, BILK, kc., constantly on hand.
BEPAIBLNO ta usuaL ?tuthlyr Mayl
IANOSI P I A S O S II
GOLD MEDAL FOB 1868 EAS JOST BEES
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STEEFg FOB
THE BE^T PIANOS NOW MADE,
OYEB BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW TOBE
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 7 N. LIREBIT?
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,*
STTEFF'8 PIANO? BAVE ALL THE LATEST
Improve men t, lneludlni tho Agraffe treble, ivory
front?, and the Improved French Action, folly war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchange
within twelve montos if not entirely satisfactory to
i purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parter Qr
gan8 always on band from $50 to $300.
XEFZREER WHO HAVE OCB FIAK08 Ht USX:
General Bobcrt E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. O.
General D. H. Hill, Charlotte, N. C.
Governor John Le tc ber, Lexington. Va.
Messrs. R. Barwell k Sons, charlotte, N. C., Fe?
C. B. Riddick, Female College. Kittrell'8 Springo,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max Stratcoecb, I tali m Opera.
Messrs. Pi er BO J k Sons, sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Cuarlesion. A. <J.
Send fora circular. Terms liberal.
DRUGS JP 1DICH.
THE UNDE REIGNED CALLS TBE ATTENTICIf
of both eily and country purchasers to his large
stock of DhUG9, PATENT MEDICINES, jfEBFUM
ERY, FAIS CV GOODS, tc, 4c, all of which be ef
frre at the lowest market rates.
H. B A E JR,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAR.
A TTEBTIO*, ADVERTISERS,
TBI8 13 ONE OF TBE Mt ST PBOSPEB0U3 PA
PBRS in lh? s tu th, is publisbf d daily ia Montgomery
the Capital or Alabama; has in extensive circulation
throughout the State, and of;.TS advantages and in
dnccmenu to advc. tipcu wi icu lew other Journale
A regular filo of the paper may be seen ot the
F?BLI BEADING ROOM,
No. 3 BRO A D-STREE2, ^
And contracta for advertising may be made wi h th?
Agents io Charleston, }
WALKER, EVANS k 0O3SWELL.
o. H. Gieyon 6140,,
March 3 rr op ile tors. Montgomery Ala.