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TMS MVMJ>mt8 OF MAMA.TMOJT.
A Borrlbl? W?rr?tlre-The Wwi of the
TUUmi s_crifl??*i by the Folly of the
. Orr** G*ver_m?at.
Tbsro can be no'doubt whatever that the
party recently captured by the brigands in
Greece lost their Uves through the folly of the
Gre- Government. Lord M rm caster was sent
on parole to arrange for raising the money de?
manded as ransom-only ?25,000 ! A banker
at Athen i generously offered to advance the
ooney at once, without security-how many
lords not iu the hands of Greek bandits must
wish they knew that banker. Lord Huncaster
returned to the brigands In a country cart,
and then the government sent tmops after thc
pirtjr, with orders not to listen to proposals of I
amnesty. The order was the death-knell of
tfie captives. As the soldiers surrounded the
brigands, they shot the travellers one after tho
oilier-Lord Muncaster, lt is believed, having
managed to escape. Hr. Hurlbert, tile Lon?
don correspondent of the New York World,
gives the following particulars of the excur?
sion and its unfortunate result :
'The party of Lord Muncaster consisted of |
ejgbt perso na, excluslvPof the escort and the
gima. ? These were Lord and Lady Muncaster
uitbe former an intelligent but somewhat Im?
pecunious young Irish nobleman, the latter a
kinswoman ol Mr. Lcstrange. who was former?
ly a member of tbe English legation in Wash?
ington-Mr. Frederic Vyner, a younger brother
of the wife ol Lord de Grey and Ripon, Lord
President of the* Connell in Mr. Gladstone's
government, and a bright, agreeable, dashing
yoong fellow of some four and twenty summers;
Str. Herbert, the cousin of a distinguished
Tory peer-thc Earl of Carnarvon-and third
secretary of tho English legation at Athens;
the Marquis do Boy I, a clever and accomplish?
ed yonog Piedmotitese diplomat, formerly a tr
taohad to the Italian embassy in Parin, and but
recently removed, much against his will, to the
?Greek capital, and Mr. and Mrs.Lloyd with their
; daughter, a little girl of six years-Mr.
being a consulting lawyer of consider
promise in bis profession, whom I met
but a few months ago in Egypt, and who seems
.to have gone out to Greece on business con?
nected with the project for cutting a canal
tbrorigh the Isthmus.of Corinth. These per?
sons, seduced .by the pleasant weather, and
moved and Instigated probably by the surpass?
ing' dullness of Athens itself-which, outside
? of ? the limits of the Acropolis, hardly offers
more attractions to the non-antiquarians than
Jersey City, and by no means as many attrac?
tions as-. Hoboken-organized a trip to the
-battle-field of Marathon. ' So thoroughly have
th? modern Greeks completed the desolation
..of their, inheritance of glen y that a" trip to
: Mara?honr like a trip to most of the other Bites
of antique Hellenic fame, offers literally noth
. lng-to reward the traveller, save the consol?us
: 'ness that be has actually stood upon the soil,
" or? more exactly, upon the point in a given par
. J' il of latitude, which has been consecrated by
past achievements. It would be the height of j
wily, therefore, to make the Journey, unless
J ?oe. were satisfied of Its safety, and these un?
happy people seem to have had tho most abso?
lute and positive assurances on this bead from
^highest personages in the Hellenic govern
t-assurances so absolute and positive,
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd did not hesitate to
te with them their little child, precisely as
r might have done for a trip up the Hudson
tn Weet Point, or up the Thames to Flohmond.
The drive ls rather a long drive to be made in
a single, day, but it can be done with tolerable
comfort. On their way out, they found the
road patrolled by: troops^ (thous:h notbycav
. airy) precisely as are the half dozen miles ol
road across the Isthmus of Corinth, over which
:_e malia and passengers by the. Greek boats
fron? Oorftt are regularly transported. No
. . suggestion of danger appears to C-ve marred
. their pleasure until they had reached, on
.their return, a point on the slope of the
. famous mountain of Pen tel ic us, which I make
. oat to have been not more than eight miles
a-tant from the city. At this point, if it be
' the point I have in mindi tho road narrows
nhdis made a trifle gloomy by a thick, .close
,'gnrwth.of wood and underbrush. Here, with
' 'cr?t a sign or a cry of warning, a volley of
. .musketry was poured upon them, emptying
zi&Hk or Ute saddles of their escort. The gen
, tiemen of the party, a* a near friend of one of
-_e_ tells me, were unarmed, having thought
lt best not to alarm the ladles by what they
.. considered a useless display of weapons. Had
they been provided with revolvers, it ls quite
possible that the story of tbe day might
' aiveheen very different. In a moment the
carriage s were surrounded and their occupants
- drasvad out Lady Muncaster was struck over
noniders with a stick by one ruffian, an cl the
; of Mrs. Lloyd , violently thrown to the
nd by another. All this was the work of a
t moments, during which, however, a body of
.the patrols, some eight or ten men strong, as it
.mould se?ru, came hurrying up. No sooner
? had- theso pro Leering agents of Hellenic power
s^rpeared on tbe ground than they began dring
. - ppsmlBononely upon .tha? whole confused and
. jrtoggllng group of the captors and the cap
-- -trees, a ball from one of their muskets going
r Lady Aiuncaster's head as to graze one
curls. Of.course, no serious conflict
lvlorig be ens tal ned by such a body, and
, - jgttMft twenty minutes from the original attack
tbe brigands and their prey were on their way* ]
tap the aiopee of Mount Pentellcus. 11 belng es?
teemed unprofessional by Greek brigands to
carry off women-as women are likely to suc?
cumb to the fatigues of a forced maren, and so
"j-Bot be regarded as an Investment promis- ?
- : ing-ramr_r__trvB ransom-the ladles were
diepatebed to Athens ai ter a short delay. On thc
, ttAA.day the captives were requested to se?
lect one of their number by lot, who should be
deputed to visit the capital and make arrange?
ments for the ransom of -the rest. Then, as
,. ,we learn by the correspondence of.theTriend
* fro? whom I received the details, ensued a
touching scene, The Italian Marquis de Boy),
MT. Herbert; and Mr. Vyner unanimously re
. fused to take part in the lottery of liberty and
purchase of life, on the ground that they were
I : nnjaarried .men, whose Rite involved no such
; tercel risks for others as lay hidden in the
dread decision, ibr the families of Mr. Lloyd ;
'aaaLord- Muncaster. By thesp, then, the" J
W trtftflon was finally made, i each in his tur?
ra straw: from the head of Alexandria
Lord Muncaster drew the longer
' subsequent negotiations nothing
; alear and trustworthy is yet known, nor |
J reasons, which finally determined the
: Government to display for the finit time
? a^atally Impetuous determination not uto par
iey ^th bandits," which, bad It been shown a
! few yearr, or even a few months ago, might
. have .thoroughly suppressed the organized
sooundrellsm which, as the world now sees,
baa finally mastered Greece, from themoun
VAlusto the sea, and taken Its people definitely
?out of the category of civilized states. What
r wc. Jmow.is only this-that on Friday last the
brigands, who were, expecting the arrival of
many mules laden with the huge sum in gold
exacted by. them as tho price ol the lib?
erty of their-captives, were suddenly assailed
by a strong, or rather by a numerous body of
Hellenic troops. They easily beat off their as?
sailants, and made their way northwards ic~
^^ w^ BceoHs*.. At the first halt Which they
-t lt safe to make Mr. Herbert and the
i de Bdyl were led apart from their
et- and brutally shot down. The as
. ,sase_s Utan resumed their flight, and, as the
latest t-egrams In private hands inform us,
i ai sjtceesjtilvely butchered their remaining prison
RSglfcv?oor( young Yyner ls reported to nave
. boon the last slaughtered, and that upon the
! classl.rj soil ofTbebee. It ls a ho-rible suspicion
' ' ' tb be so much is breathed'of men claiming to
be even partially civilized, but it ls plainly as?
serted in a private telegram from a person
high tu position at Farts that the Greek
Minister of War pushed the Greek troops
in pursuit of the brigands Immediately
siter learning that the money demanded
for th? masoni of the prisoners had been
rm*_Bd, and that intimations had been re
oerved, both from Italy and from England, that
S__f 8 Intention of the governments o?
S???eJ_a_rle8 to exact the reimbursement,
. * HP 80 m8 80 to 1)0 paid over to the
ruffians to whom she bas surren?
dered lordship <* her highways and her
Xwi-??__.??lDt' ** upon so many
SS^SSS^y^tUa dismal tragedy, we
aimil doubtless soon have clearer lights Rut
what can all these lights .aval"" le iiapK
tady who alte now with her little child In
Athens, widowed in an hour and made deso?
late forever by a meaner and more selfish a
-There are said to be tu Europe about 2500
theatres and more than 18,000 concert halls, ocr
many boasts a greater number of both than anv
other country. _
-A Georgia railroad conductor lound a family
of eight idiots, none or whem could give any ac?
count or themselves, on his train. He didn't know
waa* to do with them; so he ru' them off.
?? _?Urornl*,nut dealers wm hold a convention
REVELS UT BOSTON.
Senator Revels, the negro United States
senator from Mississippi, seems to be quite a
lion in Boston, where be ls on a visit. Not
many of bis white colleagues, even of a Radi?
cal stripe, would expect to receive such honors
as have been awarded to him. The Boston
Journal, of Thursday evening, says:
Senator Revelfhas been engaged this fore?
noon In a drive in the suburbs and in calline!
upon various prominent persons who had In?
vited his presence. He left the customhouse
in a four-norse barouche at about ten o'clock,
in company with Collector Russell and Mtijor
Chadwick. As the party came down tho steps
the officers and employees about the custom
bouse, and others, to the number of about two
hundred assembled there, gave the senator a
round of cheers. The party drove to the State?
house, where they were joined by Governor
Olaflin, and proceeded as above stated. A
visit was paid to the United States Courthouse,
where Mr. Revels was received by District At?
torney Hilliard, and by him was presented to
Judge Clifford and Judge Lowell and officers
of the court. To-nlght~be goes to Worcester,
and to-morrow evening to New Bedford. He
has accepted au invl ation to be present at
Selwyn's Theatre on Saturday evening at the
entertainment for the benefit of Edward W.
Kinsley. Post 113, 6. A. P.. He will occupy
one of the boxes, which has been reserved for
bim and his party.
Her Rice and Sugar Crops.
The New Orleans Picayune, in a recapitula?
tion of the annual statement of the rice and
sugar crops of that State for the year 1869-70,
Tue brown sugar made under the old pro?
cess in 1869-70 amounted to 74,471 hogsheads,
weighing 83,633,097 pounds, and that the re?
fined and clarified sugars amounted to 13,619
hogsheads, weighing 16,819,849 pounds, giving
a total crop of 87,090 hogsheads, or 99^52,
946 pounds. The molasses from this crop
was 5,724,356 gallons. The rice crop was
100,748 barrels, estimated at 200 pounds
each. The parish ot Assumption produced
most sugar, the crop being 10,358 hogs?
heads. The parish of St. Bernard gives
the highest return for rice, 31,337 barrels.
Thc largest sugar planter in the State
is Mr. John Burnside, whose plantation yield?
ed 3333 hogsheads of sugar and 80,000 gallons
of molasses. In looking over thc list of the
plantations, we observe that not a few of them
will be cultivated this year, which have laid
fallow lor some years past. So that with an or?
dinarily fair season, anda steady supply of
labor, a considerable increase In thc crop of
the present over that of last year may reason- j
ably be looked for.
MATTERS IN GEORGIA.
Tho Selma, Rome and Dalton Road ls to be
ready for the running of trains by. the first Of
John Thompson, from Madison, a train hand
on the Georgia Road, was killed at Decatur by
failing between the cara.
Alpeorlu Bradley made a violent speech in
Augusta, Monday, based on a petition and a
series of resolutions, which the speaker said he
Intended to present to the United States Con?
gress, asking that both Bullock and Terry be
removed, and General Sheridan be appointed
to the command of Georgia. Aaron secured
several signatures to his petition.
Mr. H. J. Kimball amends his offer of a spe- j
ciol premium of $500 for the best bale ol cot
cotton raised In tho State, to bc exhibited at
the State Fair at Atlanta. He now offers the
premium for the largest and best yield of cot?
ton (the quality and quantity to be considered
In the award) which ls raised tho present year
on five acres of land in the State. He also of?
fers $200 for the best five acres of wheat, $200
for the best five acres of grass, and $100 for
th? best collection of minerals collected from
the soil of Georgia,
It ls very probable that within thc next few
weeks a new manu lac tu ring enterprise will be
inaugurated in Augusta, Mr. George Christie,
president of the Passaic Falls Manufacturing
Company, of Paterson, New Jersey, bas re?
cently been inspecting the water power* in and
contiguous to the city, with a view to the re?
moval of the machinery of his mills to a point
possessed of the requisite water privileges for
manufacturing purposes, in a latitude iu the
midst of the section producing the raw ma?
terial, and at the same time enjoying
sufficient railroad connections to open up
markets alike for the purchase of thc raw
materai and the salo of tho manufactured
article. After a Dio'ongh examination of
the wealth of water power afforded by the
Augusta canal, the City Council were petitioned
on Friday night, to allow film the refusal for
one month of a building site on Jackson street,
opposite the old Augusta Machine Sb op, I
which was promptly granted. .It is the pur- !
pose of this company, should they ultimately
determine to purchase the property In ques?
tion, to establish a cotton yarn manufacturing
establishment, with 6000 spindles as a begin?
ning. The manufacture of cotton cloth ls
NEW YORK-Per steamship Sooth Carolina-38
tierces rice, 9 bags sea island cotton, 1575 boles
upland cotton, 85 bales waste. 48 casks clay, 98
bales domestics, 004 bbls rosin, io bales hides and
leather, 8 bales moss, 87 packages furniture, 700
The Charleston Cotton.- lt I cc and N aval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
WEDNESDAY EVENING, May ll, 1870. f
COTTON.-This suple was In steady and rather
active request, the market being Btrong and clos?
ing with an upward tendency. Sales about &oo
bales: 24 at IBM ; 10 at 19; 3 at 19 v ; 8 at 30; 8 at Sj
59 at 21V; 49 at 21M; 133 at 21V; 48 at 22; 95 at
22'Mc We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.18X@21 V
- Low middling.21XS21.V
RICE.-This grain was quiet and no sales took
NAVAL STORES.-There was no business of Im?
portance In these articles.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam, direct nomi?
nal, via New*York, 7-1M on uplands; ll-l6d
on sea islands; by sail we quote 7-16d on
upland cotton, and Xd fl tb on sea
island cotton. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sall, nominal at \c on upland?
ind ixe on sea Islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam,.xe V ? on uplands
and Mc on sea islands; by sail, Kc * tb on ap?
lauda To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail, x
.? Xc fi ft OD uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
?0 fi m on uplands; by sall, somewhat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, by steam, X@Xc V * on
aplands; by Bail somewhat nominal.
Ex CHAN OE.-Sterling 60 day bills 24X@24.X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks parchase
sight checks at par to X premium, and sou at x
premium. Outside they purchase sight checks j
at par to X premium, and sell at x@ V pre?
GOLD.-Boring at 13 and selling at 14X
Markets by Telegraph.
LIVERPOOL, May il .-Noon.-Cot ton opened quiet
and steady; uplands lOXd; Orleans llXd; sales
12,000 bales. Pork buoyant at lois. Lard dull at
Ms Od. Tallow 443 3d.
Afternoon.-Uplands naiixd; Orleans llXd;
sales now estimated at 15,000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton closed buoyant; uplands lia
llXd; Orleans nxJ. Sales 15,000 bales; far
?peculation and export 3000. Pork dulL Lard
38s. Naval stores quiet and unchanged.
PARIR, May H.-Bourse closed qoieL Rentes
HAVRE, May ll.-Cotton opened firm.
NEW YORE, May ll.-Noon.-Stocks strong.
Honey easy Oas percent; gold 15; sixty-twos 12\;
sterling long, OX: short io. Tennessee ex -cou?
pons 59X; new 55.x. Virginia sixes ex-coupons
39V; new 09. Louisiana sixes old 75X; levees,
uxes 72v; eights 99. Alabama eights 102; fives
12. Georgia sevens 95X- North Carolina, old 47.x;
new S4A?. South Carolina old 00; new 81X- Plour
arm and io cents better.- Wheat l cent better.
Cora quiet and unchanged. Pork quiet; mess
$29*25c. Lard firm at 16X016XC Cotton firm at
23xa23Xc; sales loco bales. Turpentlnatl ifaASc
Bosln $210 for strained. Freights quiet.
Evening.-Cotton strong; sales 8600 bales; mid?
lunga tt^c; Orleans ?JC. Flour, State J4 95a6 95;
western $4 9SsO 60; Southern Armer. Vfhea*
opened Armer, bot closed dall and 1&20 lower.
Corn unchanged. Beef steady. Pork Armer at
$2? S0a29 60. Lard steadier; kettle I6X117C.
Whiskey Armer at $1 Wal 10, chiefly at $1 09X.
Rice firm. Sugar steady. Coffee firm. Molasses
dull. Turpentine 41 Xe. Rosin $2 05a6. Tallow
steady at 9xa9Xc Money easy at 3a5 per cent.
Sterling 9Xa9Xc. Gold i5al5X. Governments
advanced xe Southerns opened strong and
closed steady. North Carolinas, new 25X*
BOSTON. May ll.-Cotton very firm; holders
asking higher rates; middling 23Xu23Xc; sales
600 bales; net receipts 295; coastwise 124; total
419; stock 5500.
BALTIMORE, May IL-Flour firm and In good
demand at yesterday's prices. Wheat firm; Ma?
ryland $150al60; Pennsylvania $1 37al 43. Corn
firm and higher: white $1 20al 23; yellow $115a
116. Oats 63a65c. Pork $29 75a30. Bacou firm
atl3Xc. Lard 17Xal7X- Whiskey, no inquiry
and firm at $107nl 08. Stock o? cotton light,
causing mnch firmness in price; middling 23c;
sales 200 bales; net receipts so bales; coastwise 63
bales; total 103 bales; exports coastwise loo bales;
stock 2375 bales.
CINCINNATI, May H.-Corn In good demand;
ear and shelled $1 03al 05 and little offered, buy?
ers not disposed. Tallow advancing. Whiskey
held at $116. Mess pork held $30. Bacon quiet.
Shoulders HXc Clear sides lOXc. Clear ribs
LOUISVILLE, May-il.-Corn $120. Pork $W50.
Shoulders IS xe. Sides l6Xal7Xc .Lard 17c.
ST. LOUIS, May ll_Corn, mixed and yellow
$103.H 05; fancy white $1 03al 10. Pork quiet at
$29a29 60; shoulders 13; clear sides 1"X- Lard
quiet at lealQX
NORKOLK, May ll.-Cotton Dm; middling 21X'c;
Bales loo bales; receipts 509 bales; exports coast?
wise 276 bales; si od; 3984 bales.
AUGUSTA, May 11.-Cotton market opened quiet
and easy, but closed active and firm ; sales 640
bales; receipts 170 bales; middling 21 Xe.
SAVANNA^ May ll.-Cotton Arm; middling 22a
22Xc; sales 600 bales; receipts 1246; exports,
coastwise 1646; stock 4123.
GALVESTON, May IL-Cotton firm; good ordi?
nary l0al9X, sales 950 bales; receipts 388; stock
MOBILE, May ll.-Cotton firm; middlings 22xc;
sales 800bales; receipts 192: exports. New Orleans
S; StOCk 2821.
NEW ORLEANS, May H.-Cotton In ac!Ive de?
mand at full prices; middling 22Xc; sales 0800
bales; net receipts 1778; coastwise 103; total 1061;
stock 141,004 bales. Sugar, prime, lixc Molasses,
prime reboiled, 75C. Coffee unchanged, sterling
20Xa26; sight X premium. Gold 15.
HAVANA. May 9.-In sugar there is little spec?
ulative inquiry and business Bmall, owing to un?
favorable advices from abroad. Quotations nom?
inal. Exports of the week from Havana and Ma?
tanzas 49.000 boxes, of which 12,000 were to the
United States, and 4500 hhds. Stock 672.000
boxes, 33,000 hhds. Freights steady. Exchange
on London 14X; on the United States. 60 days,
currency, 9X discount; short 6lght 7X discount;
60 days, golii, 3X premium; short, 6 premium.
Box shooks firm at 9 reals, to arrive; hogshead
shooks steady at $2 25; empty hhds steady at
Thc New York Rice Market.
From thc Journal of Commere. 9th instant: Do?
mestic remains firm, but there ls not much busi?
ness at thc moment. We quote 7a7Xc.
From thc World : Thc market ls steady and
moderately active. Sales of 75 tierces Carolina at
6Xa7Xc for good to fancy.
I From the Herald : Carolina was quiet bat
steady at former figures. Small sales were made
wit lilli the range of 0Xa7.Xc for common to prime
From thc Tribune : Rice ls steady, with only a
trade demand. Sales of 40 tierces Carolina at 7a
WILMINGTON, May 10.-TuiiPEXTiNE-Sales to?
day of 944 bbis at $3 25 for new virgin, $2 65 for
yellow dip, and $1 65 for hard per 260 lbs.
being a decline of 5al0c on latter qualities.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Has declined, and we
quote sales of 233 bois at 36 cents per gallon.
ROSIN.-Sales of 680 bbis at $2 75, $3 62Xa> 76
for No. 1, $4 37X, $4 50, $4 7fla5 for pale, and $6 ?
for extra Dale.
TAR.-Sales or 143 bbis at $140, and 125 bbis at
$1 30 per bbl.-closing at lowest figure.
COTTON.-No sales reported.
Interior Cotton Markets.
MACON, May 9.-Receipts to day 20 bales; sales
213; shipped ISO bales. Receipts on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday last, 172 bales; sales for
samedayB-'C4 bales: shipments 670 bales. The
market ruled steady ?nd firm to day at 2lc for
middlings, and about all offered at those figures
was readily taken.
COLUMBUS, May 9.-Our market shows a better
demand and improved prices; middlings 2uXc;
low middling 2cx ; 6sles 215 bates; receipts 47
bales; shipments scales.
ATLANTA, May 9.-The market closed at 20c for
middlings; 19c for low middlings; 18c for good
ordinary; 17c for ordinary.
MONTGOMERY, May 9.-Cotton ls firm, with an
upward tendency; low middling 20c; held xe
Receipts by Railroad, May ll.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
237 bales cotton. 35 bales domestics, 338 bushels
grain, 323 sacks oil meal, 1 car Btock. To Railroad
AgenLs, W W Smith. Mowry & Son, O W Williams
A co, Graescr A Smith, A J Salinas, W K Ryan. 1.
H Waller A co. E J Wlss & co, J B B Sloan, Frost
A Adger, W c Courtuey & co, G W Witte, Pelter,
Rodgers & co, Wagner, Huger A co, aud Gold?
smith A Sou.
Per steamship South Carolina, for New York
W Laldlsr, C R Davis, ATS Anderson. M Harris,
J F Smith. J u Barney. and wife, Mr and Mrs Da?
vis, Miss Butler, S S Strong, Mrs Hawley, nurse
and three children. Dr and Mrs L C Hasel, B Hood,
R L Ward, Miss Tudor, Mrs U Dodge, H Tudor.
Mrs M C McMillan, Mrs K M McMillan, H A Wilson.
A O Sexton, Mrs Dcerson, RT Smith, G B Scott, J
McP creighton, L J Rhategan, J H Pollard, Miss
Bregley, Mrs s-chwartz, Mrs Dr Pullgraff, P Gou
zoles, Mrs Gist, G F luker, Miss E Boone, Miss
MaryJSoone, Miss A Mlschka, Miss Herring, MI,B
Thompson, G Koellltz. Antonio Costellos, Mrs Cos?
tellos and two children, J Morrissey, Miss Morris?
sey, Mr and Mrs P Barrad, F 0 Barney, M Drudy,
F J Ruckh, F Meyer, R W Roundtree, A W Harlee,
7 others, aud 9 in steerage. .
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka. via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-J H Stout,
Miss Peck, Miss Hard, R W Roundtree, W C Sbap
ligh, A W Farley, Miss MoOowry, M 8 McCall aud
wire, J G Mccall, A L Fralnc and wife, Mrs F L
Fralne, J S Bouknight and wife. C 9 Bart, Mrs Be?
vlin A Banks and wire, J K Robinson, Mr Sch nu it,
AFSeetdn. Mrs Ruggles, Mrs Reynolds. J Men
shaw and wife, W F Kelly and wife, and ll deck.
Per steamer Emilie, irom Georgetown. Ac
Miss Emanuel, Dr L 0 Hasell, wife and servant,
- Waldo. J R collin. E S Horny, Mrs Waldo Bud
niece, H l'loomberg, E N Davis. J B Pyott, Mrs
Ward and nurse. Miss A Ward, Miss M Ward. Miss
M Pyatt, Miss P Pyatt, Miss M Butledge, Miss A
Weston, A P Williams. J ll Stillwell, O Conklln. J
Door aud wife. Miss N Hasell, F Dauer, J Dauer,
John Dauer. J H Hoffman, O H Dallon, S T Barn?
well, W F Church, Miss Jane Allston, Sarah Urah
mer, Mrs S Lubs, Miss H E Fishuurne. Mrs c Mc
Cants, Miss McCants, Mrs M B Hazzard, Mrs W M
Hazzard and nurse. Miss Hazzard, Mrs Pringle
Miss Pringle, D L Pringle. Miss 0 Lowndes Miss
E Lowndes, Captain T J Griggs. S QrlggB, Master
Doar, D s Ewart, M J Lane, W Read, and 10 deck.
Per steamer Pilot Bov, from Beaufort, Edisto,
Ac-B Johnson, G F Rinker, Miss L B Buckley, D
Callahan, Dr st J Ravenel and servant, C J Anteil,
Mrs Hancock, Miss Cook, 0 U Middleton, J Mitch?
ell and servant, W Whaley, W E Mikel!, J W Smlt h.
and 20 deck.
Per steamer Argo, from Bull River, Edisto. Ac
King. H B Lee, A S Bailey, E T Bavuard, Mrs
Bense, Mrs Johnson, and 12 deck.
First Qa arter, 8th, 10 hours, 17 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 16th, 12 hours, 43 minutes, mornuing
Last Quarter. 22d, 12 hours. 49 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 30th, 4 hours, 37 minutes, morning.
R. A 8.
MARIN JR NEWS.
CHARLESTON, H. C., MAY 12.
Brig 0 W Morris, Morris. Matanzas-12 days.
Sugar and molasses. To W p Ball. (Previously
reported at quarantine.)
behr Ann S Deas. Oarbatl, West Point Mill. 116
tierces rice. To Porcher A Henry, and W C Bee
U S Survey steamer Endeavor. Thompson, Fer?
nandina. For New York. Put lu "or coal
Steamer City Point. Peck. Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 23 bales
sea Uland cotton, io. To J D Aiken A co, Ptock- :
ney Uro?. 0 A Lewis, Ingraham A Son, W B WU- j
Hams A Son, G W WittVTK De vea ox, W M Bird 1
* oo, IL Falk'A co, G Alsina, W Wilkinson, Mrs
A M Hoger, c RHnger, and Order.
Steamer EmlBe. "wis. Georgetown. S 0. 221
tierces rice, and mdse. To Shackelford A Kelly,
Mrs J D "Ward, J R Pringle A Son, W Johnson, 0
R Miles, Thurston A Holmes, L C H asen, F Eman?
uel, and others.
Steamer Argo, Bovie. Bull River, Edisto, Ac.
Mdse. To Douglas Nisbet, JOH Clauaseo, H F
Baker A co, M McGorty. M Triest, Fraser A Dill, S
A Woodside, stoney A Lowndes, Kinsman A Bro,
Bollmann Bros, and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, White, Beaufort, Edlsto,
Ac. 2 bales sea Island cotton, iso packages sun?
dries, Ac To J ? Aiken & co. Charleston Hotel,
Hopkins, McPherson A co. Kavenel & co, Mrs Re?
becca S Chaplain, E H Barnwell, Fraser A Dill,
Sloop Ursula, Steadman, Santee. 450 bushels
rough rice. To W 0 Courtney 4 co.
Steamship South Carolina. Adkins, New York
W A Courtenay.
Brig Gnldlug Star. Freethy, Doboy, Ga-Wm
Roach & co.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York.
Brig Forest State, Schulte, Doboy. Ga.
Sehr SAE Corson, Brower, Boll River, S C.
U S Survey steamer Endeavor, Thompson, New
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr L Sturtevant. Crnse, Philadelphia, May 7.
Sehr E S Potter, Potter, Baltimore, May 8.
OP FOR TBIS PORT.
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, Kew York, May 0.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Surprise, Beers, at Baltimore, May 6.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT. 1
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, from New
York, May ll, 3.15 PM.
LIST OP VESSELS
UT, CLKARSD AKD SMLBD FOR THIS TORT.
F 0 R?~? 0 N .
The Village queen, Me?ray, up.Murch 31
EE HM CD A.
British bark Ansdell, TupUn, sailed.April 23
Brig Lewis L Squires, Tyler, up.April 21
Brig C C Colson, Payson, cleared.May l ?
Sehr Montana, Bearso, up.April 29
Sehr Mary Ella, Thomas, cleared.April 2D
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, sid.May il j
Brig Josie A Devereaux, 'lark, cleared. ..April 18
Sehr My rover, Brown.salled.April 20
Sehr Gettysburg, Corson, cleared.April 27
Sehr N '.V Smith. Tooker, up.May 3
Sehr Band Wassou, Tapley, up.May 4
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, up.May 9
Brig Ken n cbec. Mino?, cleared.May 3
Sehr Edith Evcrman, Corson, cleared.April 2.'.
Sehr D S Jlr ell, Gifford, cleared.May l
Sehr E A Hooper, Champion, up.May 2
Sehr Emeline McLaln, Hall, cleared.April 27
Sehr Ida Klohardson. Bedell, up.April ilH
Sehr J U 8tlcknoy, Fooks, up.May 0
Sehr Surprl-o, Beere, cleared.May 8
Sehr II 0 Slate, Willett, sailed.April 27
Sehr Nellie. French, sailed.April 25
Sehr Julia E Carnage, Pitcher, sailed.April 20
pANKNIN'S PATENT ACID RESISTING
BLACK WRITING INK,
For Bankers, Merchants and Lawyers.
CANNOT BE TAKEN OUT BY ANY ACID.
Manufactured and for sale by the proprietors,
WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL,
Nos. 3 Broad and 109 East Bay streets,
may 12-?_Charleston, S. C.
MANnOOD-HOW LOST-HOW RE?
Just published in a sealed envelope. Price six
A LECTURE on thc NATURAL TREATMENT
and Radical Cure of Spcrmatorrhea or Seminal
Weakness, Involuntary Emissions, Sexual Debili?
ty, and Impediments to Marriage generally; Ner?
vousness, Consumption. Epilepsy and Fits, Men?
tal and Physical Incapacity, resulting from self
abuse, Ac, by Robert J. Culvcrwcll, M. D., author
of the "Green Book," AC "A boon to thousands
of sufferers." Sent under seal, In a plain envel?
ope, to any address, postpaid, on receipt of six
cents or two postage stamps, by
CHAS. J. C. KLINE A CO.,
No. 127 Bowery, New York, Postolllce Box No.
Also. Dr. Culvcrwell's "MARRIAGE OUIDE,"
price 25 cents. . may7-stutb3mos
Q_ R E G G & OSLEY,
COMMISSI ON MERCHANTS
Agents for thc sale of
JAS. J. GREGG, JOnN OSLEY, JR,
Late of Granltevliie, S. C. Late Arm Osley, Wllsoi
aprlS imo A Co., Augusta. Ga
The WATCHMAN, published at Sumter, S. C.,
is one of tho oldest and cheapest newspapers in
the State, and has a much larger circulation than
any other newspaper In thc section in which it ls
published. The merchants of Charleston cannot
Und so good a medium for communicating with
thc businessmen of Sumter and planters of tho
surrounding country. Address
GILBERT A FLOWERS, Proprietors, Sr
W. y. PAXTON, Business Manager,
apr20 rsum ter. S.O.
QHUPEIN * WINKLEB,
OFFICE NO. 275 KINO STREET.
Q.ET READY FOR SUMMER !
No. 33 Broad street (next to R. M. Marshall A Bro., )
CLEANS AND RENOVATES
PANAMA, FELT AND SILK HATS,
OF ALL KINDS,
Making old hats as good In every respect as new.
Og-PRICES VERY MODERATE. apr29
JOHN MARSHALL JR.,
NAVAL STORES, COTTON, LUMBER AND RICE.
Charleston, S. C.
JRISH ROOFING FELT.
THE BEST, CHEAPEST AND MOST DURABLE
Material for Roodng known.
For sale by
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets,
mch24erao Charleston. S. C.
gHAMPOOLNG AND HAIR CUTTING.
." LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and al
_ . reasonable rates.
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
omni 4_Kn. Si Broad street, fun stairs. 1
IP YOU WANT SCHOOL AND TEXT
BOOKS of all kinds, cheaper than you can
purer-ase elsewhere, go to
xv* tu? EDWARD PERRY,
no. 156 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hote
OliarlRsron, S. C._deci4flmog
IF YOU WANT YOUR PRINTING DONE
m Fine Style and at Reasonable Rates, go to
Hp. los Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel,
Charleston. S. c. decl4 flmoR
_^3rtraltnre, ^ortirnitnre, Ut.
received, Superior BLACK IMPHEE SEED,
and for sale by FRANCIS O. CART, ?
mc?i No. 32 East Bay street.
Crjina, (ttrock?rtj, Ut.
Jp BENCH CHINA.
The undersigned wonld most respec tinily in?
form his friends and the public, that he ls selling
FRENCH CHINA at very rednoed prices; also a
fine stock, well assorted, of Glassware and w. G.
Ware as agent, and such a stock generally to
meet the wanto of that liberal patronage as here?
tofore bestowed upon him.
R. H. MCDOWELL, Agent,
King street, corner of Liberty street.
gprjj thsto _
"\^TILLIAM G. WHILDEN & CO.,
Silver- Plated war e,
FANCY G O O X> 8 .
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE.
CHINA DINNER SETS from $36 to $75.
CHINA TEA SETS from $8 to $26.
I CUT GOBLETS, $2 50 to $12 per dozen.
CUT C H AM PAG NES, $2 60 to $10 per dozen.
CUT WINES, $1 25 to $8 per dozen.
CDT CORDIALS, $1 25 to $6 per dozen.
CUT LEMONADES, $2 50 to $0 per dozen.
CUT TUMBLERS, 75 cents to $12 per dozen.
DECANTERS, $2 to $12 per dozen.
THE IMPROVED OEM SELF-SEALING JABS
EXTRA PIECES FOR CHINA SETS.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE
IN ORIGINAL TACKAOES.
AT WHOLESALE, Mo 137 .MEETING ST.
OPPOSITE HATNE STREET.
AT RETAIL, No. 335 KING STREET,
j: I p p ii A N ' s ~
G R B AT GERMAN BITTERS!
THE BEST TONIC AND INVI00RAT0R KNOWN 1
I They are unsurpassed as a cure for Dyspepsia
and General Exhaustion.
A SURE PREVENTIVE OF FEVER AND AGUE,
BILIOUS. REMITTENT AND INTER?
IT IS INVALUABLE TO FEMALES !
'TIS A CORDIAL FOR THE AGED, AND A SURE
PROTECTION AGAINST ALL MALA?
lt ls undoubtedly thc best Medical Cor?
dial ever offered to thc Public!
. SAVANNAH, March 16,1870.
MESSRS. JACOB LIFTMAN ? BRO., Savannah. Ga.:
Gents-I have before mc your esteemed letter of
the 14th Instant, coutulning various documents
relative to your "German Bitters." After a care?
ful examination 1 must confess that your Hitters
ls really what you represent lt to be, an old Ger?
man recipe of Dr. Mltcherlich, of Berlin, Prussia.
lt will no doubt be excellent for Dynnepsla, Gen?
eral Debility aud Nervous Disease^ md lt is a
good preventive of Chills and Fevers. 1 Und R to
bc the most delightful and pleasant stomachic.
I remain, yours truly,
(Signed) AUG. P. WETTER.
KIRKLAND MILU, GA., March 22,1870.
MB?SRS. JACOB LIFTMAN A- BRO., Druggists, Sa?
Gentlemen-1 have latrodaced your Great Ger?
man Bitters here to my customers and friends,
and I And better sale for them than any I have
ever kept before. Those who have tried them ap?
prove of them very highly, and 1 do not hesitate
lu saying that they are far superior in value to
any other Bitters now In use.
(S)gncd) W. KIRKLAND.
Wc refer, by permission, to Doctors Rms, Sulli?
van, Duncan, and other leading physician? of Sa?
vannah; to ex-Mayor Anderson, John L. Villa
longs, and other distinguished citizens of Savan?
No license at all necossary to seli these Bit?
ters. . .
Retail Depots in Charleston, S. C., fur Uppman's
Great German Bitters: At thc Drug Stoics of
W. G. TROTT, DR. H. BAER,
A. W. ECKEL A CO., ED. S. BURNHAM,
W. A. SKR1NE, DR. P. M. COHEN,
D0W1E, MOISE Je DAVIS, Druggists,
CLAOIUS A WITTE,
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER, and
HENRY BISCHOFF & CO.,
aprl6 6inos In Charleston, S. C.
GOODRICH \VTNEMAN & CO.,
? D,tre2? importe^ 0I European Drugs and Chem?
icals, Charles^ g. Q. r mfty8 stutbly
No. 39 IIAYNB STREET, AND CORNI
tO- A FULL ASSORTMENT CONSTANTLY 0?
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, ?
CHARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 15, 1869. J
On and after Thursday, September 16, the Pas
sengor Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.-8.80 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.4.46 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Gr?nd Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 P. M.
Connecting with wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden cram.
Leave Augusta......8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.48 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville
nd New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.'..4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. Bf.
COLUMBIA NIOUT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.O.OS P. M.
Arrive at Columbia..4.40 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays execpte<l) with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, aud on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Frldavs with Oharlotte and South Caro?
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.30 A.M.
Leave Charleston.2.60 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville..7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex
coptedj connects with np and down Day Pas?
sengers at Ringville.
Leave Camden.0.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.00 P. M.
(Signed) U. T. PEAKE,
septie Generei Superintendent.
A.T, STE WART & CO.
FOR THE UNITED STATES,
For sale In Charleston by
J. R. READ & CO.
io* ao rn,;.
?HE ST STX0 QED
?t& Again inXewZBdsJar ISES?AA%
sf S?turj> ?ca8an3;
-^T H . MATT H I E S S E X,
No. 291 KINO STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH.
AGKNT FOR TUE MAJiUKACTUKERS
EACH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
No. 42.J2 00
No. 52. 2 50
N.>. 72. 3 C*
No. Oil. ? t*0
& c o.,
SR KI.VG AND MARKET STREETS,
TON, S. O.
f HAND AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES.
Ortigo, Cljcmirals, Sit.
13 a recent improvement.
Replaces thc use of the Bitter Sulphate Quinine,
with which all are familiar.
DOSE FOR DOSE, TL
it Is warranted fully equal In every way to Bitter
quinine, and, like is. ls the one great, posi?
tive and unfailing cure for all
DISEASES OF MALARIOUS ORIGIN.
Fever and Ague, Intermittent Fever, Chill Fever,
Remittent Fever, Bilious Fever, Dumb Ague,
and the long train of disorders following these
is made solely from Peruvian Bark (so is Bitter
Quinine,) theforc lt ls of vegetable origin, and no:
a mineral poison, but, on the contrary, ls proved
to be one of the clements found in thc blood of all
acts as an autldote to, as well as a cure for, Mala?
rial or Miasmatic Poison, the absorption of whlcti
hy thc lungs causes Intermittent Fevers, Ac. The
only advantage claimed for
over thc nae of old Bitter Quinine ls the entire ab?
sence of that intense, persistent bitterness, whici:
in the latter ls an insurmountable obstacle to itu
usc with mose persons, and always with children.
ls in two forms-In Powder, for the uso of Physi?
cians and Druggists, and Fluid for usc In the
family and for the general puullc.
STEARNS. FARR & CO
MANUFACTURING CHEMISTS, NEW TORE.
STRENGTHENING AND INVIGORATING TONIC,
Is unequalled as a cure for *
LOSS OF TONE IN THE STOMACH, Ac.
For sale by all dealers.
Drs. RAOUL A LYNAH, Agents.
The Commissioner of Revenue has decided that
any dealer can sell this article without a special
license. - mehi tnthsatsmos
HE WORLD ASTOUNDED!
Dr. SALVIA, an eminent Chemist, has, arter
years of study, brought forth
A HAIR COLORING!
From the use of which no danger can arise, as is
too often the case with the preparations o? ike
As clear as crysta!.
Guaranteed to restore the Bair or Beard to
Is put up In one bottle.
Can be applied with the han-L
No stain to the skin or scalp.
For sale by all Druggists.
DRS. RAOUL A LYNAH, Agent?.
.gNOCfl MORGAN'S SONS'
tai washington Btreet, N. r.
For Cleaning WINDOWS (without water;) re?
moving Stains from MARBLE and PAINT; Polish?
ing KNIVES, (no scratching;) Washing DISHES,
(scrubbing FLOORS, FLOOR CLOTH. TABLES,
BATU TUBS, Ac; Polishing Tin, Brass, Iron,
Copper and Steel Wares; Removing Gums, Oil,
Rust and Dirt from Machinery. Indispensable
for House Cleaning, and all uses (except washing
clothes.) It cost? but a few cents, and is sold by
all good Grocery, Drug and Notion Stores.
For sale by GOODRICH, WINEMAN A CO.,
Wholesale Druggists, snd DOWIE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists, Charleston, S. C.
N. E. The,cop>/mlssroner of Revenue has decided
that any U<aier ^ this article without a
special ?bense._mch 2
TTFHAM'S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE CURE FOR DRUNKENNESS.
One Dollar a Bottle Sent by mail, postage
paid, on receipt of price
The Antidote ls thc best remedy that can bs
administered in Manla-a-Potn, and also for al
For sale by Dr. n. BAER.
No. 181 Meeting street,
nets Agent for South (Prolins
gUPERIOR COLOGNE WAHOj
Manufactured and ror sale by fl
Dr. E. RARJM
OCtA NO, 181 Kee&ing jfl