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THE DAILY NEWS.
aChm.waaenwBnt ihowaDg out into ?k?"*7*?'?
Ont laxo lae Weat end ot ?H??*??ta?t
Bash bad on tba bonnet Ike. kept for ber best,
*!S|ttar ?**S ?W??a wholesale, and had 'em
" . ^*rkft dorn:** vj
loriaeoranst work a?t? women most waste,
ind whit', earned at leisure i? spent lo bait.',
'Though th? husbands are oemosning.
Three m?D aal natta late?* rehour,
S trtom'd^eir aoco uta as the fonda wsnt
Xb$j tookvi) ipr. a aqua]], and they look'd ?ad and
And their coat sleeves were rolled' wp, all ragged
3rorteS'rrraTtWWOTk and women mast wacto,
Aad-JM areesed ia th? bataba ol the fa?xion and
; . Trenah the husbands are Bemoaning.
Three writs they are oct in the badin's hand*,
On the suing of one who wanta money down ; .
Bataba debtors, poor devitt I can't meet their de
-a?tbarrgo to ? apongtng house kept in the town;
Toe men must wow and women mast waste.
And the-parents are beggat'd, the children dis
*** And good-bye-to.papa and his moaning^
1 ' /faonrial na& Comocrnai.
Tilt Ctmrleston Jtloaey alar feet.
iBxnuDxr, Jone 10, 1800.
Bevwral transaction? in sec uri ti oe were made dur*
lng th 3 week, but the demand was limited and quo
tatfons are not mrteriaQy changed. Southern baak
i?U ar? sail Ja demand. State FecruiUea have ad.
TsaVflT. wb?e etty stock remains at 53-tho dead
lockin Council preventing any appreciation in its
vara?. ? The st cck of the First National and People's
Nallooal baniB are quoted at 110 to ill. Railroad
??&rtties have advanced slightly, and we have
added to our hat the first mortgage bonds of the
Chtraw and Darlington Railroad, sold at 82 to 83 *?.
City Railway stock has idvanrcd to M. Other changes
i~ " BCrCTHZAK BANK BEU.6.
(-*.,.. . Current Bates
of Cheat?-....18 Q00
Bank of Georgetown..tt........... 18 ?00
Baak c^Tlstaburg.. 7 @90
?OX"OT ??swOsrrr.80 ?00
Bank of South,Carolina......20 @i'0
Bank of State of S Carolina, prior to 1861.50 @00
Bank of Stateof S. Oarohna, after 1st Jan.,
3861 .? ..ta.?......... .25 ftOO
r^mmerciaiBankVcolumbia.. .8 (900
Exchange Ba?a, Ootambl?.13 @00
jvarmera' and'Exehance Bank, Charleston. v,@oo
ltartkOTt's Rank,Cheraw. .10 @C0
people's Bank, Chat teston...89 @00
Plaster's Bani of Fairfield.? @00
Han tem' and Mechanics'Bank,Charleston 85 ft 00 ,
Southwestern Ratlroad Bank, Charleston,
Simm webern Railroad Bank, Charleston.
State Bank, Charleston.6 @00
IMtkm *atY^-, Ctarisrtoa.....07 to par
Caty ot* Charleston Change Billa.96 @oo
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.. .09 @93
raaaaa, saoons aro COUPONS.
Cityor*Colambra Bonds.;.....68 @70
dtf o? Columbi"Coupons..-.75 ftOU
South Carolina TUtTroari and Bank Stock
(whoieaharts)........... ............18 mo
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).21 ?21 *
8. a . Halhrosd 8tx Per Cent. Bends.75 @00
S.O. ICR. Bevon Per Cent. B'da,.81 ?83
8. O. Bailroad Certificate of Indebtedness.88 000
Crty cf CTutrleaton Six r-r Ct. Stock..58 (cc00
Otty Of Charlesirn -Ti' e Loan Bonds...... 1& OOO
?Ute of South Caroliia Bonds (oW).ttl ft 83
State Of South Carol na Bonds (new issue.
*2 of January 1,1867).80 @03
State sf KJU Lb Caranna bonds (issued tot
Back of the State bills).73Kf37*
?Qi ttoutt Carolina Stock.470 ?00
of South Carolina Coupons.80 @00
People's National Bank Stock.110 ?CO
gastaTallnnal Bank Stock..TT7.. ..Ul ft 00
TMon Bank Stock.'.. ..$9 ftOO
<S9<ajyQi6 and Columbia Railroad Stats
guaranteed bonds..-...63 @C0
OreenrlBb and Ctorumbla 1st Mortgage
MsViishi ? B. R. Vi Mortgage Bonds.83 ?00
Xarfbsasteni BJC. 1st Coupons (past due).? J @co
aTortbssitsrn Railroad s tock -capital)..$8X? 00
BdAeassern RaOroad Stock (preferred). ..33X@0O
CtisMestVm City RsOway Stock.55 @00
sThsHSstbn itantng and Maaufactaring ?
-Company's Phosphate Works..100 @00
fBarliilnn saaWSsvsirnsh Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).60 ft 32 :
Srsrrnan sad Charleston Bailroad Stock.21 ft 22
CRy of Savannah Bonds.92 ft 03
OSr St BvssAAah. Coupons (due previous
^, .to 1st Jane, W86>.93 @00
ttty of Savannah Coupons idue after 1st
June, 1858).96 @C0
Mst?tsnts ?rvl Caarieston Railroad stock. .48 ?00
Wafshis-aad Ohaxtestoo Bailroad Bsnda.87 ?68^
ifempfita and CharleatonR. B. Conr>cn9v.93 ft00
Ssparta far tia?;?Wesk ending TMsrraday
,.t.y. ?A : J nae 10
TJVRRPOOL-Per Br bark Dalkeith-225 ba?a fea
- -Msaai sad 69? bales Upland Cotton. 91 bags Cot?
ton Itssat 1708 bela Basin, 241 bbls Spirits Tur?
pentine, 308 tons Phosphate,
Hf TOBI-Per steamship Saragossa-395 bales
Upland Cotton, ?9 tierces Bice. 35 bale? Yarn. 12
bund ?es Papar, 12 casks Clay, 38 packages hun.
dries. 2416 bbls Potatoes, 1242 boxes Vegetables.
....Pv steam***? Janies Adgar-t bags Fes
Ssa lamed and 2U bales Upland Cotton, 103
tierces Bios, 96 Dale* Tam, ft bbls Bovin. 166
. Km pty Barrels, 28 packages Sandries, 28tl bbls
' "* Potatoes, 1897 eater Vegetables... .Per sehr My
rover-188 Oates Upland Cotton, 147 bbls SpMta
_ Turp?n uno, 180 M leet River Boards, 27 M feet
g i tiffl Boards, a packages Mdse. :
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-601
kales Cotton, 76 bales Domestics. 40 bales Yarn,
" 146 >>bii ?oeiD. 50 bola Soirtts Turpentine, 26
tons Iron. 28 berces Bice, 195 bbls Potatoes, 320
basas Vece tables_Per steamship J W Ever
HMD-87 tierces Bice, 678 bates Upland Cotton,
189 bales Yams and Domestics, 2 tierces Bees-1
: wax. 8 bag?. Peanut?, 50t.blaM,irits I arpen tine,
16? bbls Rosin, 468 bbls sad 244 crates Vegeta?
bles, and sundry Packages. -
BALTIMORE-Ptr steamship Pea OuU-108 tierces
Bios, 448 bales Upland Cotton. 271 bbls Rosin,
ST bales Domes'ice 89 balea Bacs, 4 bales Bides,
? i 836-boara and 265 bbls Vegetables. 20 packages
' ' Bundries-Per steanubtp Maryland- 98 tierces
Btoe, 668 bales Cotton, 44 bales Yai n, 60 bbls
Rosin. 25 bales Race. 60 caiks Clav. 4 Hides, 860
bbs? Potatoes, 657 bc xe* Vegetables, 128 pack?
THE CHA RLES TU V HARKET,
1 (J g miBs wara nmno rota 10, 1889.
Tar Caops-The weather io ti is vicinity for the
mask just passed has. been extremely dry, bat in seme
sections of the interior favorable ah o wera have taken
aUee, This sbsanoe of mois turo has been unfavor?
able to the com and rice crops, but the hot sun and
airy weather have had a good effect on cotton, and
reports show that under Ita Influence thia slant ls
-steadily lm| roving from the damaging effect or a col J
Tara Corrow Marrar.-The Northern manufac?
turers bavtnf found t h em < el ve s with rather a scanty
mpv j ot tut? article to carry them forward to the
next crop, have biea literal boyer? ia th? southern
markets for the period under review; but in cen?e
auenco of the advanced state of the season, std the
?wnseqnent limited nature ol the stocks, they have
lound it difficult to purchase good gradea of the
Staple, which united to increase firmness at Liver
jpool. ass ns used prices to steadily imp ove and in
the- Eng!! sh mart et ru id ?> lin g uplands, which opened
at ll Kd. improved to llhi?. ; at Now York they ad
ran oed (rom tjf^c. to ?Tj^o., and at thia potni mld
dThngs which b<?ja at 28};o. barJeued to 80c. 9 tb.
Tba transaction? sad prices at Liverpool and New
Sark for tho week have been as follows: Oo Friday,
Jane 4, the former w*i a shade fl. mc- and m ire ac*
Mve, sa'es 20.0?O bales, uplands ll J*d-, the latter waa
^Wri.eaJfsS.QQ t'tfes at SO^c. On Saturday tba
flaroief con.inned active, sales 15,000 b.iKs, uplands
IIS -I; the latter waa firmer, salts 35C0 bal?, at 30K
cia OJ Monday the former was active, sales 13.i 00
tales upland? llXd : >he latter was firmer, ?alee
1900 bales at 30j?o. On Tuesday the io.rrer was a
shade finner, ailee 11.0 K) bali s, uptatida Il^d; the
Jaltsr was firmer and more active, sales 31Qt bales at
SJo. ()Q Wedncstlay the former was quiet, sa^es
??KBW^eV.riplaniTs l?^l;~i?eTl?tlef was firmer
and mor* afitfva, aa es 57^0 bales st Sljt<* -. Xcster
dij the fermer was Or 1:tr, si PO lO.CCO balet?, Ttp
Jands Ulf 1 ; tbe latter w-g steady at 31 |?e.
The arrivals aifhs port for tho wo k hive bren 2
bags or soi -laid? sud Eloiiilai atvl 20W b i!c3 or
aplsnds, agitost - ba . s sea bland arid FlorUsrand
jW35 bi e< of Unlands tue wok Coloro, and 5 bips
art islands a d r oridas an 1 2 >3 *x>ha ornplaid > tor
the ?ame weok list year. T.eaa Hu>p?as har . como
-fbrough th ; to'?wiag courV:-": 8ay.ol npi. adj. iK-r
?Oath viarorlaa * lu-oai, 2001 bales; per Njrtheast
?VB Kaarru . 13; 'nm -avaunih 50; of Baa laiaads,
.ftvai Beau tot.. a. c., 2 b - gj.
J. A J
The stocks of the article in sight kt the latest date?
veld as follows: .
Moak in Liverpool. 883 000 648,(00 I
Afloat from India.. 437.000 364,000
AfloW oom America.........?,. leAgft l"f "
Stock in ^tufton,.......:.>.. ??.*? tJS.
Afloat for London. 70.000 60,0
Stocl in Havre. 38 OVO ? 636
Afloat for Havre. ?.649 45.??
Stock in Bremen. 9.317
Afloat for Bremen. 4.889 3.192
Block In United Ehrtet porta..... 160.W7 147.018
Stock in the liUeaor towns.. 17,767
Total.M?,*? 1,624 286
? Deficiency in visible supply "Pf"'.
I 8tockof cotton held by Manchester spinners at j
! the mills, now 86,000 bales; same time 1868,106,000
j bales. Middling uplands, now lt*d ; then lt?d.
! The business for the week in this markt t has been
! On Friday, Jone 4, pnrehasera we?e restricted
?in their operations by the very limited stock ol the
'articleand the Arm views of sellers; ibe trana* c
1 Hons amounting to some 60 bales, ordinary to eood
ordinary being quoted af ?6@27?; low addling.
28; middling. J8?c fA lb.
On Saturday there was a good*demand and prices
improved about. X<t V ft; sales 600bales, erd.nary
to good ordinary being quoted at 26?@28; low mid?
dling. 28? ; and middling. S9e *S ft.. .
On Monday the etajle was firm, and^the restricted
stocks prevented l buyere from operating; sales 70
bales; quotations unchanged.
On Tuesday the market was firmer, and prices ad?
vanced KcV.Ri; eales 300 bales, ordinary to gcod
ordinary being quoted at 27(3 26 vc, low middling 29,
. middling 29 K fa 80c ? ft.
On Wednesday the article was firm, but in the ab?
sence of stock business was limited to 61 bales; quo?
tations M before.
Yesterday the market was'quiet but firm; sa'es
225 bates; vis: 2 at 26?; ? at 27)? ; 33 at 28; 12 at 28? ;
2 at 28?; 4 at 38?; 40 at 29; 16 at 29?; 16 at 29?;
74 at 30. We quote:
Ordinary to sood ordinary.27 <?i28?
Low middling...*?.19 62i?
By New York classification we quote;
FSA ISLAND COTTON.-The information in refer?
ence to the growing crop of this article rn thia vicin?
ity indicates that the plant, up to this time, has pro?
gressed favorably. It baa been retarded som-what
! by cold weather, bat under Hie late genial suns has
a healthy look, and is, in moat respects, making
hopeful progress. There have been recei ved 2 bags
' of this class of the fibre. A better demand has pre?
vailed for this staple, and the market has been fairly
active, with sales of about 200 bags, the article clos?
ing withs firmer feeling. Among the transactions
were, say of Floridas, 67 at 60c. ; 9 at 63; 20 at 66; 5
at 68; 38 at 70. Of sea islands, 1 bag stained at 26; 1
?do. at 38: -lat 00; 2 at 65; 1 at 70; 10 at 76; 6 at 90; 4
at Si "3 lb. We quote common Floridas at 60 a 6 J;
medium at 60a79c. V ft. Sea islands may be
quoted at 65@76 for medium, and 80?$1 $ lb for
Bias -The market for this grain has been du))
snd prices bave bad au easier tendency ; eales a bern
2:0 tierces of clean Carolina, viz: 80 tierces at 7?;
67at7?;46at7H;61at 7?; 29at7?;40st8Xe 9
ft. We quote common to fair olean Carolina at '
7?;good7?@8c JR ft:
NAVAL exons.-The arrivals have been about
1960 barrels, of which 990 were rosin, 460 barrel
spirits turpentine, and 610 barrels crude turpentine.
The rosin was told at $434.50 V barrel for low pale;
13 2 4 ? barrel for No 1 ; $180@l 90 *A barrel for No.
% and 91*80 tp barre! for No ,3. The spirits turp?n-,
tine was ?old at 38c. an3 erode turpentine at $3 $
barrel for-Virgin, and tl -60 "fl barrel for bard.
HAT.-The; e have boen received about 640 cale*
of Nor th Elvo rand 350 bales, of Eastern qualities
Won J: cr a sale of Girt bates of North Bi ver>at SI '.5 ?
hundred, and a lot of Eastern at $1 40 9 hundred.
COHN.-The arrivals hive been about 1703 bushels
from Baltimore. With a good country and city In?
quiry and limited arrivals, the market has been
firmer, and jobbing lots of white Maryland are sell?
ing a; SI 22(g) 1 33 %3 bushel, weight, bags included
and SI li ? 115 9 bushel, in bulk.
PEAS.-A cargo of clay and mixed, say some 1200
bushels, was received, which sold at (115 V> tusbol
bulk. . " .
FLOUB,-Toe market is well supplied with most
rLu>?UU?a of Nortbom and Western brande ot this
article, for which there his been a moderate inquiry
during the week. We quote prices eomewhat easier,
the rery prom'slrg charade: of the new crop caus?
ing a general inclination in ratos to go lower. North?
ern and Western super may be quoted at 86 25?6 60
H bbl.; extra at $6 75@7 25 ? bbl.; family ai $7 60
@8 $ bbl. ; and extra family and choleo at ?o# ll 00
*f) bbl. Southern quail ties are in light supply, and
may be quoted at ta? 8 50 $ bbl. for sup** ; $9;o U 50
9 bbl. for extra, and $10(0.11 50 "? bbl. fur -emily to
Bacon. -The firmer character of Northern end
Western markets has caused a harder feeling he:e
and sellers have some That stiffened their rates, and
we quote prime shoulders at I5?@16c., and prime
clear rib sidos at I8?@19c. f> rb.
Burran-There is a' moderate stock of prime
Goshen. Prices are easier, and we quote prime at
45o 9 ft. Wdatern and other lower grades sell from
80@4Oc. ?J ft, as In quality.
SALT -lhere have been no arrivals of this article
Store lots are held at 93?2 io ?. sack.
INDIA BAOOESO.-The market for this article
has been quiet. Gunny cloth 45? Inches wido and
2? fts to the yard, is nominal in the abaence ol
transact, LS. Dandee bagging, 44 inches, IK the.
for the yard, is hold at 30@35c. Sea island bag?
ging, 45 luche j wide, 2 fte. for the yard, is held at
Bon.-The demand for rope ls moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents 9 ft. ; greenleaf at 10 cents,
and jute at 8?ft9 cents ?A pound.
IROS BANDS ANO TICS for cotton, of the most ap?
proved patterns, are offered on the market, at 7
a8c $ ft.
Trarnn ANO LUMBTB,-Tho rcxrkct ls now well
supplied, and the article ls dui?. We quote timber
for milling purpoees trom $608. Shipping limber
$10@16; 4 4fd 5-4 flooring heavy at $13@16 ? M.
Bright lumber, Rood merchantable, from city mills,
cut to rise from $221035 by the cargo.
FaEiOHTa-Io Liverpool, by steam, nominal;
by tall, ?d on uplands, ard ?d on sea Ulanda,
with but litte going forward. To Havre nomi?
nal. Coastwise vessels are in demand-To New
York by steam ?0 on uplands, and lc. on sea
islands, $1 ft tierce on rice; by sall, ?c ?A ft
on cotton; $1 ft tierce on rice; 40c V bbl on
rosin; $3 SJ) M. oa lumber ; $9(310 9 M. on
timber. To Boston, by sail, ?@9-16o fl ft. on
upland cotton. To Pro vi j enc J $3 fl M. on beards,
?c SJ ft on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un?
settled and nominal; by sall, $Ca7 $ V. on boards;
$9 on tlm'-er; $3 per ton on clay; and $3 50@4
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by steam, un
ettlfd and nominal. By eail. $6@7 fi M. ou
boards-$8 60(44 ^ ton on phosphate rook. Vessels
are m demand hy our merchants to talco lumber
freight* from Georgetown, d.O., Daxlen and Saril?
la River, Geo., and Jacksonville, Fla?, to North?
ern lorts, and $11@12 $ M. aro rato3 on lumber
aid boards, lhere is some Inquiry for lumber ves?
sels for tho West ladle?, from the nae points, and
$10 In gold is offered.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 160 lor sixty day tells.
DoaiBSTio bxoBASOE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on Now York ? discount; 5 days ?
dUct uut. They are selling sight checks at ? prcm.
GOLD.-Tho Brokers *?ve yostorday buying at
38, t.n J selling at 40.
Marketa by Telegraph.
Font, ION MARK tl TS.
LOXDOX, Juuo 10-Soon.-Consols 92?. Bon""
q i'ct at 60?. bugir quiet, both on tbaspot ood
Afternoon.-The Bank of EnpJau.l bas reduced ifs
mto ol ?*count to hau" tho proj^nt rate. Tallow 4Cs
Sd to 40? oM.
Even! ug-Tn s bullion lu the Bink of England bas
inc W.FOJ seven hundred and tea thou and poonda,
bonds dull at ao.'-i. Xurpoutuia 23.1 Cd. bu ?ar
steady! on 'bespat 39a SI.
LTOBropi., Ju io 10-Noa-Ott vi firniT;u>.
lind i l?d; rl.-a.n 12.1; euLi.-i 19.001 bi OJ. Sow
corn 2Ts OJ; old 2i* Dd.
Afternoon.- Provisions quiet. Other arti des u:>
chun, i d.
Kvenidg,-Cotton n rnftdo ?an-or; uplands Il?d;
Orlcan- Md; .?a et 10 090 biles.
HAVna Jane 10^- Jotton e?sler, both on the spot
anu afloat; i.flj;l If ?0;?>'.
Lyetui g--Cotton closed an changed, 1
PABIB, Jone 10.-Bourse- quiet. Benfes .Titila.
. Evening.- The bollion in tie Bank o? France has
decreased Bil million francs. Bonrse heavy. Benlee
... .. JDOkfESTJO lUBSprjS. ,
NEW Yons. Jiwe 10-Noon.-Stocks weak. Moa ey
quiet at 7. Sterling 9?. Gold 39. Cotton steadier
at 31?. Turpentine quiet at ?4?. Rosin Irregular;
strained ta 30,
Evening.-Cotton more steady, closing quiet; sales
2900 bales at 81?. Flour unchanged. Wheat a shade
firmen Corn firmer. Pork (81?. Latd firmer at -
19al9?. Groceries, dull but steady. Turpentine
44a45. Benins $2?a8. Freights steady ; on cotton by
steam ?. 62's 22?. Southerns duU. Money very I
stringent at 7 per cent with V commission to coin.
Sterling dull at 9?. Gold inactive at 39?. Stocks
BAXTEMOEE, June 10.-Cotton very firm at. 31c.
flour fairly active. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn advanced; white 95a90c; yellow 90c. Pork 832a
3128. Bacon acuve.' Lard quiet, 19?c. Whiskey
WcaSL . ' . .
CrscTHHiTi, Jane 10.-Pork in good demand at
$32, held at the ?;bacon shoulders held at 14; clear
aldea 18; ? lees offered. Lard huidle?; holders of
provisions not offering slock to any extent.
ST. LOUIS, June 10-Whiskey 94. Pork $32?;
shoulders 14; dew sides 18. Lard 18al8?.
LoTrnrrxLLX, Jone 10.-Provisions very firm. Pork
$32 50. Shoulders I4?al4?c; clear sides 18?&
AUGOSTA, June 10.-Cot ton firmer; sales 270; re?
ceipts 44; middlings 29.
SAVANNAH, Juno 10.-Cotton was in good inquiry
and bolaers Aim; middlings 29?; sales 326; re?
ceipts 188; exports-foreign 3938. coastwise 381.
MojiiLE June 10.-Cotton firm and in good de?
mons; sales 1200 bales; low middling-* 27?; receipts
10?; exports 3f>23.
NEW ORLEANS, June 10.-Cotton advanced ?c;
middlings 29?, with an upwatd tendency; sales
1200;receipts 304; exports 2549. Gold 38?. Sterling
61?. Tork sight exchange par to ? discount. Sugt r
-common 9?al0?; prime 13?sl3?. Molasses
Nashville Cotton Market.
NASHVILLE, June 7 -COTTON.-lhere was ano?
ther advance of ?c in New Yorkyeaterday, anda
corresponding advance in our market, which closed
firm as follows: Ordinary 24?; good ordinary 2Ca
20?; low middlicg 27a27?.
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on h ind ?-cL-iember 1,1868.60
Beceived to-day. 61
Shipped to-day. 83
Stock on hand.1.681
WHEAT.-Sales of 40J bushels old choice red at
COHN -We heard of sales of 300 bushels to-day, in
shuck, at 67?; 1600 on wharf ut 78c, and shipments
of ?800 st 82c, delivered m depot.
WILMINGTON, June 9 - 1 UBPENTINE-Bas de?
clined 10c. and wo quote sale.- of 174 Darrels at 14 tor
virgin ; $2 70 tor yellow dip, and $160 tor hard, p?r
e KBITS IUBPINTINE- fales to-davof 115 barrels
at 40c tor country, and 50 do at 40?c per gallon for
New York packages.
Kosis-ls unchanged in price; sale3 of 433 barrels
at 3i 70 lor strain* d ; $1 90 for exua No. 2, and $2 60a
3 50 for >o. 1 ss in q taluv.
Tan -34 butrels received and sold at $2 23 per
Interior Cotton Markets.
SELMA, June 7 --a es, 30 ba .& Low middlings
2Cc. Demand light and litte cotton offering.
- COLUMBUS, Jone 8.-The-demand was light.
Midd.logs nominally 28c. Warehouse saes. 43 bales.
Receipts. 7 bales, t-h'pmente, 196boles.
MACON. June 8- COTTON-The demand to-day
was road, but there was little offering. We quote
m t'dlincs at 27?e. Receipts tc-doy, 6 tales, ehip
ments, 48 hale?. Sales, 35 balee, ttock on bond,
78 ? bales.
Charleston Wholesale f*rlccs.
BAGGING. W yara
Dunaee. 30 9 45
G nun v Cloth. - . ' j -
BALE ROPE, ? lt-Manilla. - fl -
Western....;. 8 M 12?
Jue.;.i 8?fl 9
COTTON, 9 lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 27 & 28?
Low Middling. 29 ? 29?
Middling to btrict Middling. 30 @ 00
Good Middling,. - a -
Sea Island....v. PO fl 1.60
COFFEE, fl tb-Bio.I 20 @ 26
Lagnayra.I is ot -
Java. 35 ii. 40
FF RTILIZEHJS- I
Carolina Fe tiL'zer, V 2000 lbs... |65.OD ta -
Wando Fe rt Hirer.6C .00 ta -
DoubleRcOnod Poudrctte. .... 30.00 rd) -
Niles' Phosphate. 03.00 fl -
Peruvian Guano, fi 2240 lbs._95.00 KB -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 65.00 ta -
Phoenix Guano. 65.00 (&1 -
Baugh's Phosphate, ^ 2000 lbs... CO.00 fl -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 105.00 ta -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-?65 time 67.50 'ai -
OrehUla Guano-.$40 time 95 CO fl -
Land Plaster. 24.60 ta -
Mapes'SaperPhosphate,^ 2000 Ib|?5.00 (ai -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate.|60.>>0 (is -
Zell's Super Phospbatcof Lime. .160.00 fl -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime.... 165.00 Ca) -
Woolston's Vegetat ir, fl 20C0 Ibs|05.00 @ -
Croasdale's Gen. buper-Phos. net 60.00 & -
Bowers'Complete Manure,net.. 60.00 fl -
earJy's Phospho Peruvian, cash. C5.00 Cn) -
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash. 69.00 do -
Patapsco Guano...,|05.CO OJ -
FLOCil, fl bbl-Supe. . 0.25 fl 6.50
Northern and Western Extra. (5.75 SJ 7.25
Baltimore Extra. _ 2 _
Southern-Snper. 8.00 (?a 8.60
Extra. 9.00 fl U.60
GRAIN- Maryland Oat?, fi bushel.! - (a) -
Western Oats, fl bushel.I - (ce -
Corn, fi bushel.I - ca -
QA Y, fi cwt,-North Ki vcr.| 1.15 fl -
Eutern. .| 1.40 @ -
? UMBER, fl M. ieet- I
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.160.00 ($55.00
White Pine, good run.?3S.C0 (440.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 (??25.00
Boards, fi M. feet-Rough.|l3.00 (?15.00
Grooved and Tongued....?28.00 (932.00
VOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba.| 45 ta 47
Muscovado. 48 (g 55
Engar House. 50 SJ 1.00
Now Orleans. - (a) -
If J VAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar.... - fl -
Pitch. - ?a _
Bosln, Pale. 4.00 @ 5.00
Rosin, No. 1.1 3.00 og 4.00
Rosin, No. 2. 1.80 ((} ?.V0
Rosin. No. 3. 1.80 ta -
Snlrits Turueniine, fl gallen. 39 (dj -
OJ i'lin. .* ID.,. 18 (?gs -
VA/LS-American, 4fl20d, fl keg.. | 5.50 & 7.00
POIKDE?-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6.70 @ -
Dupont's, FJP.F. 6.60 ta -
Dupont's, Blasting. 4.25 fl -
PRO VISIONS-W tb - -
Bacon, Hams, fl lb. - 6% -
Bacon, Sides. 18?fl 19
Bacon. Shoulders. 16? ? 1$
Bacon, strips. - (oj -
Lard, in keg. - raj -
Butter. 80 fl 46
Cheese. 15 fl 30
Potatoes, fi bbl. - -
Onions. _ (di -
Apples. sj _
RICE- Carolina, fl lb. 7 ta 8
East India. - fl _
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack.. 2.00 fl 2.10
Ll ver ?tool. One. - fl _
Sl't?AR, fi tb-Baw. _ & _
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NOTE.-We bave deducted Iroin New Orleans
37.43a balo Upland, from Mobile 15.6C0 bales, from
Savannah 3040 bags Sea leland and 240 bales Up?
land-and lrtim Charleston 2523'bac* Fea Inland and
231 bales Upland, the quantities received at those
ports from \Tobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah..
comparative lCxports or Cotton, froto
Ute Fort ot Charleston.
Uve rp col.
Otber British Forts.
Tots! to Great Britain.
Otber J rt neb Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
>outh of Europe.
Wost Indies, kc.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, ?x.
Baltimore and Nor Uli....
Other United Sletes Ports.
Total to Coastwise Forts.
bx ports or Klee. Naval Stores and Li-ini?
tier from tile Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to Jane 10.1860.
Other 0. 8. Ports..
SI ajorca k a Market
fit Johns, N B...
Stocks of Cotton tn the Interior Towns
not Included In the Receipt*?
, augusta and Hamburg.June 4
Columbus. Geo.Juno 4
Selma, Ala.June 4
Memphis, Tenn.Jane 4
Nashville, lenu.Juno C
?.ivr uh vi'.H>i?i.>
PI; CLEA nao AND S :/LED FOR lins POAT.
? O MYA G N
The Hannah Lizzie, Ferguson, cieared.Way 20
Tbo Chiton, Wi'liams. sailed.april 10
inc Minnie, Roberton, sahel.,.. .May 13
Scbr Prank Palmer, Lopham, e'eared..May SI
M-hr Auna li (llover, ieriy, cleared.Hay 18
>. > I.S.
Sc' r I illy, U?igb?i?, cleared.Juno fi
Sehr Al ? i abt r. Aldrich o.ctred.June C
Nebr Uar J arel k i ney. Div, ur.Juno 4
boor Itockinghsm, Mickelson, np.J.iue 4
?"ns Jo?io fl Devereux, ("lark, cloarotl.Juno 0
i onsigncea ncr ^ontti 1 rnutiua Uaitroau
333 bales Collen. 0? liases Domoati-'s, -ia package*
Bacon, 131 bbls Naval -lures, 0 cara Wood, 1 eur
Hook To i attn u? - gent. JJ J) Do^anssuro. ll< p
kins i!cl'!if-r-o:i ii ? ..>, t II *e W Ho woos iv zci\
HodgeT& i o. co'd in t'i ? "?. n-icau- rir.t. o li
( o!).:i ."c Co, JefTontH i; CO K n-u. u .V Uowcll, (I W
Stoifo i:, nod U a'boru Uu rim: !? Co,
Per Btes in J \v kvurmaa, for Phllatlo'phle.
lim* tl cu O'-\elll, Mia Jo II Ulli, Mr> M Oiil,
M ry UM, ilia* ? i^a nt cn I. Mi*< i-aly O il, U
i tl.7 ?du. Mi ".j ii, M:- W II m>ucr r baiters ll
8a-i-om lolunn Kbtciika mid It conk
NE'7 TOR1T-TVr PI.-VT N W ? m th-9 hsgs *TrJsnd
a Sa i biles (J, land Cot uu. 37 bbl J 1.0 n, ?0
bb i. MM L-i ur, e .ii:.e, V> u Okni LiuaiMsr. ISO
t n P. lrtn. 12c.sci Uti Ho da 2J i oxc T"ur
ni nr.-, 11 rssks Lrandv, 1 casu Pu}.cr, 4 bales
Iruinr stiavuijjy, Eu auipty Barrvlf.
Port of Charleston.' June ll.
' FHA IS 07 TUX MOO I?.
Last Quart er, 2d, 2 hours, 1 minute, morning.
New Moon, Oth, 10 boure, io minutes, evening.
First Quarter. 16th, 9 hours, 0 minutes, evening.
Pull Moon, 23d, 8 hours, 10 minutes, monmir.
um. I na
1..63 I 7.. .4 I 3..18
4..63 7.. 5 3..S6
4..68 j 7.. 5 sets
4..62 ! 7.. 6 7..40
4..62 7.. 6 8..38
4..?2 7.. 7 9..S2
4. 62 ' 7.. 7 10..20
gchr Nettle Richardson. Davis, Baltimore-8 days.
Corn. To West ft Jones, Jeffords b Co, Wagoner *
Monsees, Clacius ft Witte, Goodrich, Winoman b Co,
and Doughes b Miller.
Steamship J W Everman. Snyder, Philadelphia-Jno
k Theo Getty.
Sehr N W Emitb, Tooker, New York-W Boach ft
Sehr Daybreak. Blake, Bath, Me, via BncrsviHe, S
C- 3 A Fnslow b Co.
Sehr G O Morris, Arils, Philadelphia, va Jackson
ville, Fla-J A Enslow b Co.
Steamship J W Everman, Snyder, Philadelphia.
SchrMyrover, Brown, New Fork.
From tb ls Pore
British brig Teresina, lillis, Brietol Pill, May 24, for
Un si ol.
Brig Benrv Perkins, Mayo. Boston, June 7.
Sehr W H Steele, Buck, Baltlaiore, June 8.
Sbtpncws by i e'eerapb.
SAVANNAH. June 10.- Arrived, bark Mary Ce'este
from No v Fork; ?ehr Mitoaka from Baltimore.
Cleared, steamship General Barnes for New Fork;
?hip General butler for Liverpool.
Memo* j? ni*.
Ibe fcbr Carrie 8 Webb. Brewster, for George?
town, 8 O, cleared at New Fork June 7.
The ?ehr Campbell, Torrey, frcm Georgetown, S
0, arrived at Martinique May 7.
The scbrTda S Burges?, ?urge??, from Bucksvil'e,
S C, for Belfast, Me, arrived st Holmes' Hole June 6.
LIST UP SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, Jane 10.
VES?XLS UNDER 100 TONS. ADO STEAMERS COASTING
WI rHIW THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1387 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loadinc-James Adger b Co.
B C Winthrop, 94C tons, f lewart, at Atlantic wharf,
for L verrool, loading-Putterton k Steck.
Bichard Ul, 985 tons, Wood, at Boyce A Co's
??har!, for Liverpool, w.iitmg-Street tros ck Cc.
Maria (Bi), 690 tons, Webster, at Central Wharves, tor
Nt wrestle Eng, loading-J ac T Getty.
A ned oil (Br), -tous, lurplln, at Venning's wharf,
for a Port tn Great Britain, loading-K Muro b
Helen rands, 563 ton?, Woodside, at bennett's wharf,
for the Bio de la Plata, loading- ttreet Brother?
Sicilian, - tons, Percival, in the f tream, from Bos?
ton, Ju?t arrive.:-Master.
J L Pye (Br), 366 tons, Pye. at Marshal's wharf, for
Liverpool, lo:ding-J a Enslow a- Co.
H O Brocks. - tons. Brlec?. it Quarantine, from
Matanzas, wading-w P Hall.
Lion ;Br), Ul tons, McLellan, at Brown ft Co's wharf,
ire m Matanzas, waiting-W P Ball.
N W Smith, 295 tons, looker, at >dael's wharf, for
New ?ork, loading-W Boach ft Co.
S B Franklin, - tone, Mull, at Central wharf, from
i Jardiner, Me. discb?rslug-Master.
BN Hawkins. 396 to-ji, Wyntt. at Adger's wtarf,
from Boston, dtfclurging- W Roach ft Co.
Daybreak, 174 tons, Wake, at Palmetto wharf, fir
BuocsvUItt, 8 C, ready-T A Enslow * Co.
Winnie, 2S9 ions, Hudson, at Ada-r's wharf, from
New York, difcharging-W Roach ft Co.
Minnie Einplicn, 340 tons, Mmons, in Ashley Bivcr,
lor Providene?, loadii c-L T Potter.
Sar. h Watson, 813 tons, smith, in Ashley Biver, for
Balumore, loading-J A tnslow ft Co.
Anna E Glover, 298 ton?, Terry, at Brown b Co's
wharf, tor Boston, loading-M Goldsmith ft Son.
Sarah Cullen, 2'4 tons, A vi*, at ronheastern Bail?
road wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-H 1 Ba?
ker ft ?.0.
G C Morris, - tons. Arris, In the Stream, for Jack
Eonvil e. Fla, ready-J A Enalow ft Co.
Nertie Richardson, - tons. Davis, at Kerr's wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-Master.
Selah b strong. 145 ton?, Murray, in A?hley River,
for Philadelphia, loading-Mister.
.THU'TU Ct KULIN \ KAI L11UA D<
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, 8. O., April 9, i860, t
ON AND AFTER SUTDAY. APfilL Urn, THB
PASSCTOEB T KAI NS ni the South Oarollrs Bail?
road will run ai follows :
Leave Charleston.890 *. v.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Mon I.'ornery, Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans via Montgomery anf
Leave Charleston.,.R.fO a. kV
Arrive at Columbia.6.10 P. M
connecting with Wilmington and Manchester R til
road, ano Camden train.
Leave Augnsta.O.no a. M
Arrive at Charleston.6.10 V. M
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. ,u
Arrive at Charleston.I ll) P. M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M,
Arrive at Amru?ta.-.'.lu A. M
Connecting wltb tram? tor Mrmpliir, Na?hvlll>
ind New Orlean?, va Grand Junction.
leave Angosta.4.23 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.LOO A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPBE?S.
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED. 1
Leave Charleston.?.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.1.45 A. Y
OA^nccting Sundays excepted) with Greenville ant*
Leave Columbia.5.60 P. M
Arrive at Charleston.5.20 A. M.
SPM MBB VILLE i RAIN.
Leave Charleston.(.36 P. V
Arrive at Summerville. 6.10 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.>).25 A. V
Camden and '"olumbu Pa>senccr Trails on MON?
DAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATUBDAYS, connects wltb
up and down Day Passengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.0 35 A. M,
\rrUe at Columbia.ll.'* A. M.
irrive at Camden.7.05 P. M
Signed) B. T. PEAEk,
' pril 10 General Superintendent.
PMIfllf'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
A?J AU S19HASI3 Or TBE
STOMACH A?TD LIVER.
TUET ARE REC0M3IENBSD BT THK
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AO ENTS, NE IP FORK.
Harafactoedfiy C. F. PAMNIN,
OBE?crj? Airo AroTH::AS?,
C TI A JA ii 12 S T O X, R. C..
Otp-Rov Salo Oj aJriiffyisto Euc>'i/ieJtcrp.'~?i
Peut uni y lo ruwflyr
]? ? ? X * ? 1 l'
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
AD: m SMITH'S WHARF, RAZTJllOBB.
CONSiaSMBNiSOr1 COTTON, RIO a, ftc. BE
,[>l!;iH' LY ro: ci rd an I libara odvames wade
Ibeicoo. Odors tor COBNBKI mcoN promptly
executed with ciro a .cl attention, 3inos May 13
LIST OF LETTER8 remaining In the Poetofflee at
Oh arie eton, for the week -nding JUNE 10, 18??,
.Dd printed officially In TUE DAILX NEW?, ta the
newspaper having the largest circulation in the City
JES"Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should
state that they are "Advertised."
JEST Office honors trout 8 A. M. to ? P. H. Oh Sun.
days, from 5 to 0 P. H.
STANLEY G. 1 BOTT, Postmaster.
Addison, Miss S
Allston, Mrs lt U
Alquie, Miss M A
Barden, Mrs C
Beeb, 1 nally
Be hr co ann, Mrs
Bewrf),' Mrs M
Blaney. Mrs C
Bland. Mrs F
Blackbam, Mrs P
Browning, Mrs E
Burke, Mrs E
Bujob, Miss J
Brown, Miss ld
Brown, Miss Jo?
Carr, Mis* A J
carr, Mary Ann
Carrison, Mary B
Chaplin, Mrs B A
Clark, Miss B
Cooke, Ada (2)
Travis, Sarah A
DudleT, Mrs L
FergOFor, Miss I
Gilmore, Miss N
Gordon, Mis* E
Hairlron, Miss A
Hates* Mrs M
Mayne, Mrs Isa
Hess?, Mrs M E
Bolly, Mrs M
Jenkins, Mrs C H
Johnson, Mrs N
Jackson, Miss A
Ki i.?, Mary E
Lad .-on, Isabel A
iiowie, Mrs H F
Lee, sirs E S
Msyrsnr, Mrs E
M ap'on. Miss H
M an ago. Mrs B
Meggett, Mis-: P
Milne, Mrs ECS
Mart?n, Miss C O
Nelson, tl lin M
Fawley, Mrs B A
Page, Mattie E
Ramsy, Mrs B B
tv odgers,Mrs PD
Robertson, Mrs C
Boadin, Miss H
Seymour, Mrs S
Sonntag, Mrs O
Smith, .?arah E
Sine*:::. Mrs MB
Theilmj, Mrs M
Wallace. Lizzie J
White, Miss P
Walker, Ann T
Ward, Miss H A
Winiam", Miss E
MK VS LIST.
Anderson. Henry Garvey, Michael Oldenburg, A
A rb ll ie, John -Jami s i ni ey, John
Adams, Kev Jas Grand, L A Co Owens, Bbnben
Adams, John Green, Billy Peoples, William
Anrens, J?.hn Grant, B*v Jas Phillips, J S
Allston, Col Ben Grantee, Willan Portwlg, W T
Alston, Geer Graham, Quand Bant'n J M
Baynard, Abra- Harnett,Arthur G Bestell, Andrew
ham * Barrisun, Char- Reid, Charles
Blauzman.Rlch ley Henry
ard H Hartman, John Revus, Marena
Balley, Clarence ?ealo, Peter (col'd)
Blockson. Bros nales. Peter richardson, Jae
Blanchard, Wi':- Heyer. JU ? G
ham Hernden, A Y Bicheon, Joseph
Bluett, N E Unrbert, John S Rosenthal, M
Bland, B B Henckeo.John L Bowe, Carl
Blake, Francis Uiere, J.hnny M Robinson. Kimon
Bracy, David Hopk-nc, James r odgers, Henry
Bradley, Henry Bolnie-, James Bosch, Capt
Brassen, H Hodens, Geo: ge saliere, Robert
Brady, Patrick E saltus. Jas Curry
Bradley, Bron- Hull i o', Kirk 1 ^sunders, W
gier Jeffers, H L Sanborn, Emery
Brown, George Jerman, William A
Brown, 8am K .-anders, G M
(cord) Kennedy, John Sscut.B
Brown. PW F Schmidt, tfalonah
Barnett, Horatio Knzzcl Mr >chlondorff, H
8 Lawrence F D sci ?abe. Louis
Back, Henry 'Lawlor, Jcsepb Seabrook, Etch
Burrows, Hour; Lapali-se, J ard
Burbins, R P Lunge, B D Serberling. John
BuUwiskt). John Lupaliseo, Mons Sim?, JamesL
Campt ell. James Martin, J G S in, m OL s, Robert
Campbell, V Ma.uviu , Hern Slattery, I homas
Callahan, Daniel I inri ch Smith, Henry A
Ca'ns, Henry Mar.-ii, L Smith. Minnel A
Cenny, Daniel Marcus. A Smith, L
Churchill M F Mack, M Smyth, Jobn L
Ciearv, P W Morse. Edward jfuuiur, If
Chiton, Capt WU Mehrten?, cr. ri?- -ymes, Bnband
liam U-fcr Taylor, James A
Carolica Fdaca- Molloy. T P Taylor, ft ilium J
lional Institut'' Murphy, P 1 hempson,'Mas
Coue, Elet Mulder, corner ter L
Ciffey, ahornas Murshand In- Iierney. Patrick
Cooper, W 0 I spect'on sts 1 urner, Henry E
Cross, William Muller, C F Ijeou, Mr. lato
Curtis. James Mus: 1 for, Jacki on officer on board
Darby, William (col'd) the Alabama
Dargan, Dick Moir, Joseph Van Boam, Jo
Davis, Francis Meyer, LOL ii feph
(col'd) M yere, H A Von Eitzen, H H
Douglass, Ir Jno Myeis, Gersbon Von Haren, Luis
Donnelly, Fdwd Meye-, J F Wakfer, Charles
l raper, B H Meyers, John T
Edwar s, Thos Marti in Wagner, John
BUrock J W Md 'otter, L Wugener, John
Fliers. Henrv McGuire, James Wagener, Wm
Farms. Her ry W Wa-binglon, Si
Flejds, Prince McNamara, John mon
Fields, John B Welch, Robt M
Fludd, A McPherson, Bar- White, John
Flynn, Joseph dy (col'd) (freedman)
Fox, James Nayal, Mr Wi lUiuson. C D
Preen an, E J W Mj BOD, F Williams, Geo
Gardner.Lcrenf o O'Brton. Hon J F
T ? O'Brien, L Zicbarias. P
Gorse, Claus O'Brien, John Z egler. Moritz
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 & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
" . . , (2C5 Broadway, New York.
Principal J?21 chutant St., PWla.
Warehousea /108Bank St., Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout Jfche
FOR 'ALE BY
WM. H. HIRD & CO.,
Nu. 203 EAST BAY,
pjt|,\ai?l?ltl..\A?. <v SKABKUUK;
ATTORNEYS AT LA>7
SOLICITO Ii a IN EQUITY,
t liarlesron, 'S. V.
OfTlc) in Hie Courthouse.
D. LL OBAUBEIU',?!^, ? U>-Sendai.. .E. il. ? LABBOOK.
.special at'enlion will bc pxld lo tno I'rofcocu lon ol
Chains hold by parties outside of lue State. May I
ffflffti.frgj gastt?gf< gtt^
PHCEIHTX ISO IT WORKS.
JOHN F. TAYLOR & CO/
8TJ00E880B8 TO .
CAM EROS * CO.?
Engineers Boilermakers &c,
Not. i, e. 8,10 and 11 PR ITC HA ED-STREETS,
?NEAB TEE SET DOCK, )
Charleston, S. C. t
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILEBS-MARINE,
STATIONARY AND PORTABLE.
BICE THRESHERS AND AULLS OF EVERY
SHAFTING, PULLEYS' AND GEABING
IBON FRONTS FOB BUILDINGS,
CASTINGS OF EVERY KIND IN IRON OR
Vie guarantee to furnish ENG I Nt S and B Ol LEB 8
of ss good quality and power, and at as low rates ss
can be had in New Tors, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Ashcroft'* Low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
May 17 nao 8mos
IT HOM * To 3SO
horse power, including the
celeorstel Corliss Cut-off
Engines, Mide Valve Sta?
tionary Engines, Portable
ED gi BOB, Ax. Also; Circu?
lar Mulay and Gang Kaw
Mills, Sugar Qm* h Us,
!? hairing Pulleys, ?tc. Lath
and ehnigle Mills, Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circular
Saws. Beliing, lc Send
tor descriptive Circular and
WOOD & MANN STEAM BKGINE CO.,
1'ebruary 18 ?mos Utica, New York.
fugs, (Remir?is, (fir.
V H E POPI
THE ONLY CERTAIN
H EB METI CAL LY
sealed and warranted to
keep fresh foran rime-|
the greatest discovery
I of its kind tn the age we
live in. No person need
be troubled with BATS,
MICB, BED BOOS or
ROACHES, for air. Isaacaen's destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself;
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness kr
as wonderful as its efficacy. Bun di eds ot testimo?
niale nave been received ir om all parts of the United
The great advantage this SUBE POP possesses
over all similar preparations ls the FA OT that it is
Cert jin lia its Effects,
and free from the unpleasant o ess of rats dying ha
their holes, sait causes them tr? leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely aa to
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers of references can be made to
Persons in tais city,
who have successfully used it.
SOLE AGENTS FOB E OU rH CA BOLINA, ;
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTEES AND WHOLESALE DBUGOIST0,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets.
April 33 mwf 6mo_Charlee ton, 8. C.
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE
d3-.NO BITTERS EQUAL. TO TIfKEL.eS;
THE CELEBRA TED SUMTER RITTERS,
made of PORE LIQUOR, HERBS AND BOOTP, so
well known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BABE, CHAMOMILE FLOW?
EES, SNAKE BOOT, CHEERY BARK,
And sunn other BBBBS AND BOOTS aa wiU rn ail
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions or the
system in thc natural channels, and give
I ONE AND VIGOR IO THE
YOUNG AND OLD. MILE AND FEMALE!
AU Cse it WUti Woudafnl Sucec i
TO TUB PALE WHITE LIP.
RI.OOM AND REAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CUBES FEVER ANO CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask (OT SUMTER BIIIEIW. io'.d by Druggists
jg^hee that our signature is over the cork of each
bottle DO WIK & MOISE.
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DBPROISTK,
.Mavis 16* Obarlestcn, P.0.
jnroAs?fc s A. MACH urn,
NO. 30 Ii ron tl- si veer,
Charleston, ??. C.,
?EOEERS, AUCTIONEER.-. BEAL ESTATE
?J lOME?tA L CU HM >SS1 ON A OKA TS.
IV'lt itttcnJ ti> Benins and" Heering of Renta
md ?mrsbast] an-.l vie cl atoo-s, Baads, Gold,
i:/vei and foal Ci-ta'e. *
lo tho Purchusa ot Goud> and Sunpties for pit A \
n tho country u;>on nealon ible terms.
JroRoa L HOWATS.ALEXANDER MA-BET?