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The Briefless Barrister?
BY JOHN G SAXE.
An attorney was tatting; a turn,
In shabby habiliments dressed ;
Bis coat it was shockingly worn,
Ana the rust had invested his vest.
His breeches had suffered abreacb.
His linen and worsted were worse :
He had scarce a whole crown In his nat,
And not hali a crown In his purse.
And thu' as he wandered along,
A cheerless und comfortless elf,
He sought for relief In a song.
Or amplalnlugly talked to himself :
"Cnfurtucate man that I am !
i've never a client but grief ;
The case ts, I've no case at all.
And, in brief, I've ne'er had a brief !
?.i've waited, and waited in vain,
Expecting an opening to And,
Where an honest young lawyer might gain
Some reward for the toll of his mind.
'. 'Tis not that I'm wanting in law,
Or lack ari intei lgent face, .
That others have cases to plead,
Whiie 1 have to plead for a case.
'O. hew can a modest young man
E'er hope for the smallest progression,
The profession's already so full.
Or lawyers so lull of profession !
While thus he was drolling around,
His eye accidentally ftll
On a very deep hole In the ground,
And he sighed to himself, "lt is well."
To curb his emotions, he 6at
On the curb-stone the space of a minute,
Then cried, "Here's au opening at last ! '
A nd In less than a jiffy was in it !
Next morning twelve cit'zens came,
('Twas the coroner bade them attend,)
To the end that it might be determined
How the man ha i determined his end !
..Thc man was a lawyer, I hear,"
Quoth the foi eman who sat on the corse.
"Alawver? Alas !" said another, * .
"He undoubtedly died ci remorse."
A third said. "He knew the deceased,
An attorney well versed in the laws,
And as to the canse of his death,
'Twas no doubt the want of a cause !''
The Jury decided at length,
Alter sob mnly weighing the matter,
That the lawyt-r was drowned because
He could not keep bis head above water !
CUM ni: nc i-IL y ans.
Exports Yesterday. ?
FLYMORTH, ENG-Per Br brig Robert McClure
331 urns phosphate rock.
ROTTERDAM-Per Br bark Ermina-1701 bales
AMSTERDAM-Per British bark Slrian Star-2010
bales upland cotton.*
BARCELONA-Per Span brig Panchita-842 bales
upland cotton. 1500 feet lomber.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamsbln Empire-146
bales cotton, 45 tierces rice, 151 bales yarns, Ac.
784 bbls naval stores, 160 bbls potatues, 265 boxes
vegetables, 13,000 leet lumber and tunarles.
Exports of n>< Week ending Slay 18.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Volage-65 bags
sea Island cotton, 2318 bale- ufiaud cotton; 551
bogs cotton seed, 169 tons phosphate rock.
h AKc t LONA- Per Spanish lsabelliia-300 bales
upland cotton.Per Span brig BeUa Dores-160
hales upland cotton.
BOSTON-Per sehr cynosure-153 bb'.s rosin, 131
bbls spirits oi turpentine. 20 tons old Iron, l bale
rope.Per sehr David Mllltr-701 bbls rosin,
sou bbls spirits tm pen tine, 23 bbls pitch. 1 hhd
glass, l bun J.e lead, 13 hhds iron, ?0 tons loose
Nhw YORK-Per steamship Georgia-81 bags sea
island and 743 Dales upland cotton, -1 tes rice, 146
bb s naval stores, loo b .les domestics and goods,
129 bbls COttOU seed meal, OJ bbls cotton seed oil,
1649 bbls potatoes, 1965 boxes vegetables, 73 pkgs
sundries.Per steamship James Adgtr-29
bags tea island and rJltr bales uplaud cotton. 107
bates yarn, ic. 90 tierces rice, 33 bundles paper,
107 empty bbls, 89 b .ls rosin. 40 packages sen
dries. 1124 bbls potatoes, 133 crates vegetables.
PHILAHELFUIA-Per steamship Vinglnla-151
bales cotton, T? tierce- rice, 772 bb.'s naval si ores,
238 bales yarns and domestics, 277 packages vege?
tables, 10.000 feet lumber, le casks clay and sun?
dries.Per sehr H G Hand-250 tons phosphate
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-120 . bales
cotton, 79 tes rice.-66-bales domestics, 23 rolls'
leather, l hin! ai,a 4 bales hides, 8 pkgs mdse, 450
pkgs vegetables. Ac.
NEW HAVEN-Per sehr F Merwin-248,000 feet
DARIBN, GA-Per seht A R Wetmore-Inward
THC Clim loton Market.
ron THE WEEK ENDING THCRSDAT, MAT IS.
TUE CROPS.-The weather for much of the past
week has been too cold fer cotton, auld reports
ircm the Interior have been unfavorable in refer?
ence to the stand und the progress of the crop,
replanting being nc cessai y in many cases, plac?
ing a part of thegrowth at the mercy of the frost
in the Cf ming fall.
THE RECEIPJS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
continue to fall tff, und were for the week, up to
Friday .'as:, 46,849 bales, agalust 51,432 the week
previous, and 3S,2Ss bales for thc corresponding
time last year. At New Orleans the receipts
wtre 1P.2S0 bales, ia contrast with 14,060 for
the wttk . of the year berore. The total
supplies at the cotton ports from September I,
1570, np to the latest mull oates, were 3,657,727
bales, against 2,667,335 the previous season, sh w.
lng an increase of 990,392 bales. The arrivals at
the principal Southern markets from September 1,
1870, up to the latest telegraphic intelligence, as
contracted with the year before, were as follows:
Kew Orleans. May 17.1,3.4,544 1,079,192
Mobile, Mav 17.WtfiU. 291,284
Savannah, May 17.702,700 458.257
Charleston, Mav 17 . 327,688 223,475
Galvestoti.Mav 17.2*8.810 232 915
KorolIC, Kay 17 . 313.943 192,549
Wilmington, May 17 . 85,963 52,634
7he following are the receipts at the chief
Southern centres from May ll to 17th, 1871, in?
clusive, as repotted ny telegraph. Tins includes
all point', but overland:
Mav ll.:443.May 12.47691
May 13.l-tas.Kay is.4597 y 2?,35S
May 16.4660.May 17.2526J
May ll.103S.May 12. 6191
May 13.. ?>2..Muy 15. 152 f 3,159
?tay ie. 457.May 17.iii J
May ll.USO.May 12. 6821
May 13. 0-U.Mav 15. 365 r 4.S90
May ie. 94u.May 17.503J
Co AK; r>rUN
May ll. 609.May 12.5811
May 13 . 660.Muy 15.4i>l )? 3,570
May l?. 4SI.May 17. 832J
May ll. 637.May 12. 9271
May if. 940.May 15.1087 ^ 4,731
May 16.iro.May 17.-j
Mey ll. 140.May 12. 5501
May 1U. 'JPO.May ia. 3i2 J- 1 P41
May 16. 95.May 17. 505 j
Mb vi:. 00.Vayi2. 251
May 13. 20.May 15.21? V 394
M;:v 16. 55.May 17. 25 J
The supplies for the corresponding week last
year were 44,e;>j bales.
The stock of the article ;a sight at the latest
dates was as follow*:
Steck In Liverpool..bales 9S6.ooo 527.900
Stock ?n London. 92.350 37,378
Stock in Glasgow. 700 300
Stock in Havre. 30,900 S5.000
Stock lu Marseilles. 15.600 12.550
Stock In Bremen. 56.444 13.860
Stock test of Contmen;. 35,ooo 30.000
A?cat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican.). 240,000 180,000
Afloat tor France (America 1
and B:azi'.). ._ 27,000 71.210
Afloat tor Bremen (American). ci,497 21,018
Toinl Iud iou eotioa atlont tor
Europe. 282.280 171.000
Stock in United states ports.. 375.176 329.S58
Stock in tue iuland iowav. 49.786 63.339
Total. 2,813,633 1,542 513
Increase of stock in sight. 67u,l2u
Thcreceipts at this port for the week just ter
r-inatcd were t? bags of sea islands and Floridas
and 3564 bales of uplands, against 5 bags or sea
islands and Florida! and ?479 bales 0.' uplands
for the wtek before, and 23 bugs of sea islands
and F.orldas and JC34 ba'cs of uplands for the
time last season. These supples have < orneas
follows: say of uplands per ?oiith Cand?na Rail
road 3:30 bale-, per Northeastern Railroad 274.
per Savannah and charleston Railroad -, Peedee
38, samee23, wagot-3 24; of sea island?. Beaufort
2, F.'onda 2, Savannah 2.
THK COTTON MAKKKT.- This ai ti-le for much of j
Jfce week alntnitol a hardening chan, ?ter and
prices advanced. The rates In the foreign market,
which commenced at 7Xd, stiffened to 7?@7?d
? Hs for middling uplands; at New York prices
began at l.'-Xo, Improved to 16>,', and receded to
l5?c; while at this point middling uplands, which
opened somewhat nominal at H?@i4Xc, went
.ap to 15}io H ?, closing . nominal at 15>?@
I5?c V ft. The transactions at Liverpool
and New York for this period were as follows: On
Friday, Ma? 12, the former closed with a harden?
ing tendency, uplands 7?d, sales 12,000 bales; the
latter was steady at I5?c, sales 5186 bales. On
Satnrday the former was buoyant, upland? 7?@
7?d, sales 15,000 bales; the latter was firm at 15?
@i6c, sales. 4685 bales. On Monday the former
wa3 active and Armer, uplands 7>id; sales 15,000
bales; the latter opened strong and was at 16?c,
closing easier at I6?c, sales 3000 bales. On Tues?
day the former was firm, uplands 7 ?@7?d, pales
12,000 bales; the latter was-dull and lower at 15?
cts. sales 2i 71 bales. On Wednesday the former
was quiet and steady, uplands 7>i@7?a'd, sales
12,000 bales; the latter was weak at la&c, sales
2230 bales. Yesterday the former was quiet, up?
lands 7K@7?id, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was
unchanged at 15?c
The transactions and prices at this point for the
week were as follows: On Friday, May 12, the
market was strong ana the article held higher,
generally ibove the views of buyers; sales 250
bales; quctations unsettled and nominal. On
Satnrday the article was stronger and in good re?
quest, pries improving a lull }?c H lb ; sales 600
bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
li*S@l4,'4'c; low middling l4?@14?c; middling
15c; strict niddling ro sales. Od Monday there
was a good demand at advancing prices, the rates
improving about ?c $ ft; sales 700 bales, ordi?
nary to good ordinary being quoted at I2@14>ic;
low middling 15c; middling 15?, and strict mid?
dling lii?(?)16c ? ft. On Tuesday the article was
quiet but without change; sales 200 bahs; quota?
tions as before. On Wednesday the inquiry was
light with rather easier rates, which, however,
were not quot ably lower; sales 250 bales, ordinary
to good ordinary being quoted at I2@t4>gc; low
middling 15c; middling 15>ic; strict middling m
salea. Yenterday*?h* Inquiry was light at some?
what unsettled and rather easier figure?; sales 150
bales, say 5at 14.!*, Sa114?, 9 at 14?. 113 at la,
18 at 15?e. We emote somewhat nominal!} :
SEA ISL.IND COTTON.-The arrivals Ci this class
of theartidc were Ugh', say 6 bags, 2 of willett
were Carcilnas, 2 Floiklas and 2 from havannah,
for the week. There has been a limited inquiry, at
somewhat easy figures, with snles of about loo
bags, mostly Floridas, and about 30 Carolinas.
Among tl ese were 20 Floridas at ?0c ^ lb; 7 ai
42c, and 40 at 35@45c 9 ft. 0..-carolinas, 1 frosted
at 20, 3 at 25,1 at 30, 3 Ut C5, 6 at 40, 7 at 45, 2 h
52?, 1 at 52, 5 at 68, 2 at 75. Floridas may he
quoted somewhat nominally, say for medium
grades 30 g)35; (rood 40; On'j 42a@45. Common
kinds are dull aud unquotable, carolinas are'
KICE.-Ibo receipts or this grain were light,
say about 3000 bushels of Carolina roifgh. Tim
market has been generally quiet,and transactions
limited, w ithout showin.'any important change.
The sales were about 30o tierces clean Cai olida
among which were 50 tierces ar. 8 9-16, 46 at s?.
178at82?cV ft. We quo e common to fair clean"
Carolina nt 8@8?; good 8?@s?c f lb.
NAVAL STOKES.-There have bceu moderate
supplies )f these articles coming -ir wa rd, the
week's arriviils amounting to about 3000 Obis o'
all kinds. Rosins have been in good request, ami
have generally met with ready sale, the transac
tions of tliejweek amounting to about lf.oo bbls.
among whluli were 250 bbls No 3 at $1 75; 175 No 2
at $1 S5; 75 extra No fi at $2; 25 low No 1 at ?2?5;
12 dull and opaque KI $3; 50 dull at 50; io low
pale at $4 SA; 30 n?ile at $5, aud 21 paie ut $5 50 ^
bbl.- Spirits turpentine hns bien quiet, and 118
bbls were sold at 43c 9 gallon. .
The following ia a review of :!:e market for the
ROSINS.-In this artice we have to report rather
a Aimer nmket for all grades, and parcels have
been taken at figures given below. Thc sa': s
were as ?t?ows: On Friday 274 bbis said at Si 75
for comm m strained, $'l so fer No 2, |2 25 for low
No 1, $4 25 for low pale. Satnrday 306 bois at
$175 for common strain. $1S5 for-No 2. il 9? for
extra No 2, $3 50 for No l. aud $5 76 for '.-xtra
pale. Monday 290 bbls at $1 90 for No 2, $2 for
No 2, $3? l 50 for dull, and $5 .for pale. Tuesday
410 bbls at $1 85 for common strained, 52 for ex?
tra No 2, j;2 25 for low No 1, $5 for pale, and *5 5C
for extra pale. Wednesday 206, bbls al $1 so^'i 90
for No 2, J2 for extra No 2, $3 30 to $3 50 for extra
No 1, $5 for p ile. Thursday 101 bbls at fl 90 for
No 2, $2 25 for low No 1, $5 50 for extra pale.
Srarra TIKIMINTINE- ls still in an unsettled
condition, with some dullness, and a decline of
>i@'.c cc accouut or lncgiiar pacKagcs, the
prices ob: ained were 41.41? aud 42c per gallon.
CRCDE TCRPEKTINE.-Tlie market was quiet,
and declined 25c, tay $3 75, for virgin, "3 for soit
and $1 so for hurd.
HAY-The arrivals of North River qualities
were abc ut 500 bales; sales of This description
from the wLarf took place at $1 50 "P hundred.
CORN.-Tue additions to stock were coullned
to a caigc or New Orleans, say about 16,003 bushels.
There has been a fair Jobbing trade at somewhat
steady Uguie?, prime white generally selling in
limited i jts at about 97@98c ? bushel, sacks In?
OATS.-There were no receipts of thin grain.
In a wholesale way lt may be quoted 81@82c $
PEAS.-The market has been quiet and dull,
with clay selling at about $l@l 25 $ bushel, as In
quality and size of lot.
FLOOR.-The market has a fair supply of mest
qualities of this article, with a steady city and
and country demand. Northern aud Western
line mav lie quoted at $6@0 25 ^ bbl; super at
$6 50?7 bbl; extra at $7 5t'@7 75 ^ bbl, and
lamity at $s@$ 50 ? bbl. Southern descriptions
are in moderate stjck, aud super may be quoted
at $6 50? 7 "ja bb!; extra at $7 5< ?$ ? bbl; lamlly
at $8 25(019 r? bbl, and extra family at $9 50?io
BACON.-The stock of prime meat is moderate,
with a steady Inquiry for Hie country trude.'
Pi ?me sn.oked shoulders may be quoted at 8?@
SJj'o f? lb; prime smoked cl*ar rib rtdes flt lo?c
$ ft; prime Baited shooldprs at'7c ?. A, and
prime salted sides at 9?@9?e ? ft.
VEGETABLES AND FKfrr.-irish potatoes ate
in moderate stock, and may bc quoted at $2 60<s>
3 50 ^ bbl, a* lo quality. Onions are nominal.
Apples are generally inrerior in quality, and may
be quotei at $5 50@C 50 f. lib!. Oranges-none
on on the market but Sicily. Bananas may be
quoted at $2@J4 ^ bunch. Irish potatoes of
Charleston growth, new crop, are coming forward
freely, and sell at $4@4 59 $ bbl.
Sro AK .IND MOLASSES.-The stocks are moderate,
but good to prime grocery sugars may bo quoted
atll?(S;i2?c ts lb. New Orleans molasses, prime
is scarce and may be quoted at 62$ft4c t* gallon.
Prime Louisiana sui;ar is held a; 11612c, lair
at 10$lD?c Cuba muscovado molasses, new
crop, may be quoted at 35<?:37c in hluls. and
SS@40c in bbls.; layed at 83?35c ;n buds, aud
35@37c in bbls.
BUTTEU AND LAUD.-There is ?i fair stuck of
prime Goshen. New butter. New York State. in,
tubs, choice 3S@42c ? ft; Weich tubs3:@>9; old
butter, New York State, sweet, 15@30c; low
grades LQQ12; Western l't?lso. Lard is in fair
supply, tmd is held at is@i ic m ft.
SALT.- Jobbing parcels of Liverpool received
Street rr. ay be quoted at $1 35r<|.i 50 $ sack.
IRON HANDS AND TIES for cotton, ol' the m^i
inproved patterns, are ottered on the market ai
>@7c f ft.
INDIA BACHJINO.-There is bu: iittls inquiry for
.his article. Wc quote 22?23: fi jard, nominal.
TIMC*". AND '.MEER.-The market for thts arni
ile is quiet. We quote timber for milling purposes
rom $fii?lo. Shipping timber $10$15. Bright
umber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut'
? size, ironi $ts?22 H M by the carse; lumber
>er rall, $13?15; river lumber, $10?12; dressed
FREIGUTS-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi,
lal on uplauds; via New York, Jjd on uplands;
d on nea Islands; by sail ?d on uplands,
?d on st a Islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise
-to New York,by stenm ?c on uplands and ?Ye on
ea Islands; $125 ? tierce on rice; by sm:. - $ ft
Ordinary to good ordinary.
on cotton; - V tierce on rice; 40c ? barrel on
rosin; $7@$8 ?l 1? on lumber; $P@IO ? Mon Um?
ber. To Boston, by sa?, >ic ft on upland
cotton. To Providence, by sail, $8 oo ?jv M on
boards, Xe ? ft on cotton; by steam $1 $ bale on
New Torie rates. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kcfcfton uplands; by sail, $7 ?? M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 ?I ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on
j phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Kc f? ft;
by sall, $6 50@7 $ M on boards; $3@3 25 V> ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern porte, and
$10@12 fl M are rates on lumber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at par; five
days )i off; 10 days % off; 15 days - off; 20
days -; 30 days -. They are se!\jng sight checks
at }? prem.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 22J? for 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
I ll and selling at. 12.
Markets hy Telegraph.
LONDON, May. is-Noon.-Securities unchanged
Evening.-Hunton increased three quarters of a
mtlllou pounds. Consols 93J?. Bonds 90?;.
FRANKFORT. May 18.-Bouds 98?.
NEW YOKK, Maj 18-Noon.-Frnghts firm. Gov?
ernments steady and string. Stocks strong and
uctive. states dull but strong.- Money easy at 4.
Sterling-long 10>i; short ll.
Evening.-Money ea.^y at 3a4; extremes range
from 2 to 5. Sterling firm at 10KA10K- Gold
I2j?al2y4'. Governments suoug but not very ac?
tive and advanced; 62s 11%. States-Southerns
dull but very strong. Tennessees 7 %; new 71.
Virginias 69; new 71K.Loulslauas 69K; new 02Jfj
levees 69K; eights 84. Alabamas 103; Qves 69.
Georcias S8; sevens 9z;i. North Carolinas 48y4':
new 27 ?i. south Carolinas 74; new 63>?. Freights
moderately active and firmer.
NEW ORLEANS, May 18.-Sterling 23J?. Sight
Yt premium. Gold-l2?i.
LIVERPOOL, May 18-Noou.-Cotton opened
steady; uplands 7H@"Xd; Orleaus 7&@7?id ;
sales 12,000 bales.
Evening- Cotton quiet and steady; uplands
7.l?d; Orleans 7J(d;?:i shipboard at New Orleans,
jj?d. Sales, 12,000 bales; to specuaUon and^x
port. 4 oo.
NEW YORK, May 18-Noon.-Cotton unchanged;
UDlat.ds I5^c; Orleans 16c; sales 1000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton steady, witn a good demand ;
sales of 5400 bales at I6jfc.
BOSTON. May 18.-Cotton dull: middlings 16c;
uet receipts 189; gross 495; sales 2000; stock 10,500
. .UALTIUORB. May 1?.-Cotton less active: raid
tilingsI5'4ai6c;?: nefrecelpis 60 bales; gross W2;
sales 425: stock 3078.
NORFOLK, May 18.-Cotton nominal; low mid
dllngs 14c; net receipts 75 bales; exports coa?t
Wise 560; stock 1118.
WILMINGTON, May 18.-Cotton quiet; middlings
15<:; uet receipts 65; exports coastwise 175; stock
AUGUSTA, Mav 18.-Market quiet bur steady at
14,!4'to 14?i? for Liverpool middlings; offerings
light: sales 200: receipts 100 bales.
SAVANNAH. May 18.-Cotton quiet and steady;
middlings I4%@i5c; net receipts 1350; sales 300;
stock 28,901 bales. -
MOBILE. Mav IS.-Colton doll; middlings 15@
1CV. net receip'-s 906; saes200; stock 26.339 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, May 18.-Cotton quiet nnd weak:
middlings 15K?1S??C; net receipt- 953 bales; gross
953; exports to Davre 2071; sales 2ooo; stock
GALVESTON. May t7.-Cotton quiet; good ordi?
nary 13al4e; net receipts 1033 bales; exports lo
continent 738; sales 7o; stook'57,939.
GALVKSTON. May IS.-Cotton quiet; good ordi?
nary l?ii?'ic: ne< receipts 94o; expurts coast?
wise fcP??; sal' s-700; stoCK 57,98u bales.
. ritOVISIoNS AND rRODfCK MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. May IS-Soot:.-New corn 35?.
Bvetiloc-Pork 03s. Lard sis.
NEW YORE, May *?-Soon.-Fionr a s!ia<ic
tinner. Wheat about ic .better. Corn a shade
llrmer. Pork $16al6 25. Lard dui), 'iuipentiue
steady ai51@52c. Rosin steady at $2 50a2 55.
Evening.-southern dour shade Armer; com
1Sou to fair extra ?? 75u7 -5; good to choice $7 SO
aa. Whiskey 9.-.Sa?8c Wheal, spring lc better;
winter 3nac helter; winter red ano amber Wt stern
$1 (Liai 68. Com decidedly lower. 76a79j?e, closing
inside. l?ie.-' quiet but ilrm at &&a9j?c. I'ork
lowe: at $16. Lard steady; kettle lOXc. Naval
sioras.steady. Tallow S^auc.
BALTIMORB. May vi. -Flour Arm and in good
demand. Wheat firm Corn Armer, white 74a
76 .; yellow 75 i77c. Port! <lull. $18. Bacon weak
but in giio i demand; shoulders 7,la'a7*?'e; clear
rib IO Vc. Lard il.'.'cl2e. Whiskey 03c.
WILMINGTON, May is.-spirits turpentine
steady at 4tc, with an advancing teudency.
Rosin* Arm; J4 for No 1 and $0 for window glass.
Crude turpentine $2 to ?4. Tar steady ut $2.
CINCINNATI, Muy l?.J-Flour-demand fair and
t.rlccs oivanced. Com dull and drooping nt 56a
57c. Pork Armer at Sl?aic ?0, closing nominal;
$16offered. Lard, lose ottered; snmmer made
9c. Bacon weak: shoulders 7c; sides tfji9J?. Whis?
ker tlrm at 82c.
LOUISVILLE, May 18.-Flour active. Corn qiiiet;
shelled- 6!ic. Provisions very dud. Mes? pork
held at $17 25. Lacou steady; clear rio sides 9c.
Lard unchanged. Whiskey ssc.
NEWOKLE NS May 18.-Flour easier, superflue
*6 ...:>; double ??75; treble $7. BrauSI fiu. Hay,
prime $???53. Pork dud and lower, mess SIS 5o.
Baou SK. 9J*al?>ic; sugar-ctlred hains 14,',-e. All
New York Ric? Market.
From the Daily-Bulletin, May IC: The marke*
remains steady. Foreign ls in moderate request,
for dealers' use. and being offered rather sparing,
ly commands full prices 400 bags Rangoon,
duty paki, sold at 7a7?ic currency. .Taroliua is
scarce, ami i- flrmly held. We ?piole 9:i9>?e.
From the Journal of commerce: The market'
14 duiet to-day. l ut prices remain steady after tue
recent liberal movements. Holders do not offer
much i-iock at nm monteur,and there ia cow
prtitidu enough am mg buyers to sustain the
"market. Domestic continues to bc .?caice and is
strong. We none? sales of -?oo-bags Kengoon,
duty paid, at 7a?Hc, curiency. We qucte Candi
: a at. o.fO.'tc.
.From the Herald: Rice was in limited demand.
Aside from a small jobbing trade there was no
business In progre.-s: 200'bags Rangoon, lu lots,
wer- auld at from Vi ta ?KC per pound, and 76
tierces Carolina at ir jin 8% to OJic per pound.
The market for large lots was dull dud rather
New York Naval Stores Market?
From the Journal of Commerce. May 16 : The
market for spirits turpentine remains very du
There are some few lots crowding on the murki
and difficult to sell at light concessions. We quote
merchantable lots closing .it 5ia6IJi?c Sates em
brace 60 bois In lot- at 12a02.'s'c, and 50 bbls nt 5lc.
Rosins-the demand ls moderate fur si ra lu td ut
steady pnces. Sales embrace 650 nbis good Strain
ni ut $2i5 and200 bbls strained at S237j?. Tht
best grades are In demand from shippers and 4o0
bbl? virutu-were ink. n at $7. We quote strained
at $2 ?to: No. 2 >2 (>nu? 90; No l *3a4: pine ?4 -.'5u
fi 50; extra pate and virgin $0a7. 25 bbls Wash
lugtou tar sold at $2 45. ,
New York Hay Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, May 16: Receipts to?
day 2250 bain". Shipping m lair detuaud. at si
cash and $i ne.. The sales ure 100 lisles lor
Wilmington ai 50 for Ch irleston at SI: -75 for
columbia at $i: 60 mr Norfolk at si er.; ami tam
rorUavHuaa- tl. Ketall dull, at fl loal 35. straw
Aim at the advance.
COLUMBIA, May 17.-Sales or io:.-, on yesterday
50 bales; ml diing 14c. "
SUMTER. May lu.-Cotton active, with un ad
vance of ? cunt. Sales fur the pus*, week bare
ruledfMui9to 14eta,according l?grate, sales
20 bale.-; marka clo.-es dull.
COLUMBUS, Muy lt?.-Marke', quiet: middlings
14c. Lillie demand or offering.- Sales 9J bah s;
receipts, *JI bales; shipments, 4e baie--.
MONTGOMERY, May 16.-Our colton market i
qulei and weak: quoiaiiona aie unchanged.
.SELMA. May ie.-There were saies yesterday to
the amount of -io bales. Market Irregular: prices
nominal. e '1
Wilmington Market.' . .
WILMINGTON. Muy 17.-TOKPBSTIXK. - Is in
demand and receipts meagre. Sates to-day or sn
bbls a: S4 for viigin. ?3 io 'for yeiltnv dip, uni *2
rur hurd, per ZM lbs.
SPIRITS TORrxxTiNK-Sales or 391 casks at
43>ie. and 200 casks at.43j.ic per gulum.
ROSIN.-Sa es of 354 b..ls at $2 f. r No 2 8223
for extra No 2. $:; 25a4 for No I, f4 60, for low pale
$6aS -io for pale, $6 $6 5oa6 75 for wmdoiv glans.
TAR -ZO bois received and sold at iz ncr bb-.
Corra'..-Small sales at 1 liaise n.;r lb.
Comparative BxpuitsorCotttth an? Ku:?
from tlit- Pore of Charleston, fruin Sen
. comber ?, 1870. to May IS. IK71
, 187u-'71. ,
EXPORTED TO I.-!-1.-_
S. I. Tp'.l. ?Ricejs. I. ,1 ?i'd.
liverpool.? 424:i|ll4 70j..';..'j C-;7'.-; 7l??h
Bait. <fc Nr'folk
301 S9III 2323
....I 128741 7555
1?| Ki40j 2342
Charleston Wholesale Prlcee.
BAGGING, $ yara
Gunny Cloth.-. 22 ? 23
New York Double Anchor, 44
Inches, 2?ths. @
BALE ROPE, ? ft
Western. s @ 12*
I'lTTEE-Cosheu. 30 ? 40
Country. 25 @ SO
COTTON, 9 ft
Ordinary to (rood ordinary.... 12 @ 14?
Low middling. 14?? 16
Middling to strict Middling... 15?-?
. Good middling. ?
Sea Islam!. ?
COFFEE, "gt ft
Rio. 16 @ 19
Carolina Fertilizer, $ 2000 fts.
Cash.50 oo @ , ..
Time (wlthv per tt. Interest) 55 00 @
Wando Fertilizer.cash.... 50 oo @
Time.. 55 00 ?
Double Relined Poudrette. 30 00 @
Niles'Phosphate.'.. 63 00 @
Peruvian Guano, ??2240 lbs... 100 00 @ .. .
PacitlcGuano,920(0lbs.cash. 55 oo @
Time.6) 00 @ .. .
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 @
Baugh's Phos., ^20DO Uss.cash 50 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, Tfi 2000 tbs 65 oo ?
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 50 ?
urchlllo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 @
Land Plaster. 13 00 @ 15 00
Mapes'Super Phos. $ 2000 tts. 65 00 ?
Wolston'* rhoaphate of Lime 65 00 ?
'Vooiston's Vege'or, 92000 tbs 65 00 ?
Croasdale'sGen.SuD.Phos. net co 00 @
Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60 00 @
Sardy's Plios. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 @
Sardy's PacificGnaao, cash... 60 00 @
Patnpsco Guano. 6& 00 @
E. Frank Coe'e Axnmoniatea
Bon? Phosphate. 60 00 ^
Coc's Pflre Dissolved Bone- 62 00 @
Wliaun's Superphosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
Etiwan Guauo, No l ($00 time) 54 00 @
Etiwan Guano, No2($eo time) 63 00 ?
Zed's Ammoniated Bone Phos
phate($70tlme).60 CO @
Russel Coe's Amruoulared
Bone Superphosphate ($65
time)....I......rr.. 6? 00 ? ..
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 ?
Bowen A Mercer's Superplns
phut?...-.cash....:. 6? 00 @
Xime. 60 60 ?
Wilcox, Gibbs"*'c'o.'s Manlpu
lated-.. 60 00 ? ..
FLOUR, ?l bbl - ?' \
Fme.T.. 6 0* @ 0 20
Super. 6 50 ? 7 00
Northern and Western Extra. 7 50 p\ 8 00
Baltimore Extra. . ? . "
Soutliern-Sfcuper.......;::::;; ? ? | J g
Family.. 8 25 ? 8 60
GRAIN? 9 bushel-i " . '
Maryland Oats.. 81 @
Western Oats. " ?
Corn. 93 @ 9<
HAT, 9 cwt
North River. 1 50 @
L "YKEK ^ft M fC6u
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 ? 55 00
v>'il;^Fme.goodFon.........38 00 ? 40 00
. l?^n?h* ^ u 00 @ 12 00
' 'jrouved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, 3 gallon
cuba. $ ? ?l
Muscovado. 3o ? 40
Sugar-house. f?, ? 1 00
. New orleans.... e- ? ?4
NAVAL ST?HES, 9 bbl
Tar. ? ..
Pitch. " " ?
Rosin, pale. 5 00 @ ..
Rosin. So. 1....? ? .? 4 50
Kflsin. No. 2.-. 160 f 7 90
Rosin. No. 8. 1 ]? ? ..
Spirits Turpentine, %i gallon.. 41 ?. 4
Crude Turpentine. 3 75 @
Bard Turpentine.18? ?
Oakum, *?* ft. IA @
SAUS-American 4?'-0d.. 9 keg 6 u? @ 7 00
POWDEK-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 ?
Dupout's, F.F.F. 5 00 @
Dupont'B. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PKOTISIONS, r? ft- <
Bacon, Hams. 17 ? 18?
Shoulders. ??? 8?
Lani, 111 keg. 13 @ 14
Butler..'.. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 16 ? 30 ?
Potatoes, Irish, 9 bbl. 2 50 @ 3 50
Sweet. 3 50 @ 4 00
Oniuus. .. @
Apples. 6 50 @ 6 50
Eggs. 15 ? 20
Poultry-Chickens,-9 dbz.... soo ?. 4 00
Fowls, 9 xloz. 5 00 @ 5 50
RICE, 9 ft-Carolina....,. 8 @ s?
East india. ?
SALT. 9 sack-Liverpool, coarse 1'35 ? 1 60
Liverpool, fine. @
SI.'OAK, 9 ft-Raw. @
Port;> Rico. ?
liKESWAX-9 lb". 3S ? 40
dtUES. Creen-9 ft. .. ?
Dry. 12 ? 15
CHESTNUTS-fl bushel.t... 4 0O fl)
-2 "S s < 5 ? 3.2
- r s, - B .-. : i #
; XP ~- r
s zaza a K S?KS
- psp; P p Ci P ^ 9
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kl ssl Vasssg^^sss
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ii J: bi ?- "~ ? on '- c. bo ?olj bo
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to ap ?i
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194V. X. ?B-'i?'-; f?jS
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NOTE.-We nave deducted from New Orleans
4,903 bales uplands, from Mobile 9,046 bales un
i ds and burned 502; from Savannah 2628 bag a
ea Island and 1641 bales upland.and from Charles
on, 4T?>4 bags sea island and 1592 bales upland
ottnn-the quantities received at those ports
rom Mobii??, Florida. Tcx^s ami savannah. j
Stock of Cotton lil the Interior Towns
at the Latest Dar.es.
Selma.May 12 ?
KT pori h <>r Riff. Naval Stores anti JU uni
lier from thc Port, of Charleston, from
Sept. 1, 1K70. to May 18. 1871.
llccaipts oy ttailroatl. May 18.
SOCTU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
375 bales, cotton. 61 bales Hoods, 51 bbls naval
stores. 190 bbls flour, si pkgs bacon.'20 car3 wood,
9>ke^s beer, 2 cars stuck, 'io Railroad A item.
Peiser. Rodgers ?tc?, sider A Hernandez, Utse.v
ft Kenyon, O S Hacker. W O Courtney A co, W
\Y Smith, Murdaugh & Mathews. Wissft co, (J U
Walter k co, Frost ft Adger, Smith ft Chapeau.
Ca.dwell ft ?on. Johnston, crews ft co, U-Bisclion"
ft co, Boilmann Uros. S'effens. Werner .t Ducker.
G A Trenliolm ft Son, Jeffords ft co, J B Atlger t
co, B O'Neill, al Trlest.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
Cotton. 115 sacks coffee, 123 bbls naval stores,
live stock, cais lumber, mdse, Ac. To R Adger. J
B Blssell. Barden ft Parker. W C Bee ft co. Kllnck,
Wilkenberg ft co, G W U.ivls, J li Graver. W Ar?
thur, \v L Dawson, Mrs ll Hailey, W ti Mauldio,
Mob?. 4th, 5 houri-, 40 minutes, cream c.
: Quarter, HMi.9 horns, 3minutes.morning.
?. noon, lurii. s hour, 2fl minutes, morning,
t Quarter, .7th. 7 notus. 42 ni.uute:, morning
Jil A HINE SEWS.
CflABLBSTON'. S. C.MAY 19, Mil.
Lat 32 deg 46 min 33 sec. | Lou 7*<det??7 min27scc.
Norwegian bark Lu/'ot, Niclseu, Bermuda-14
days. Ballast. To RT Walker.
sehr J H Stickney, Kooks, Baltimore-6 days.
Mose. To Street. Bros ft co, W C Bec ft co, ??as
co. H F Ila ker ft c.", and others.
Sehr Julia Mean, Harris-. cVunbahee. 1100 bush?
els rough rice. To W C Bee ft co.
Steamship Empire, Hinckley, Philadelphia-W
Brilisn bark siriati Star, Amsterdam- Leiesce
British baik Ermina, PaiUins, Rotterdam-Le
scsne ft Wells.
British brig Sir Rober; McClure. Grilllths, Ply?
mouth, Hug-M A- R 1'iiuspii.ite co.
Suauish brig Pauchita, Calaxaga, Barcelona
W P Hull.
Sehr Lucy D-, Hall, Wood'a Hole via Chlsolm's
Island-W Roach ft co.
Steamship Empire, Uinckley, Philadelphia.
Sehr H C Shepherd, Clark, Jacksonville.
Sehr Ella Frances, Bulger, Jacksonville.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan," Woodhull, New York,
Bark W Her. Stlnson. Liverpool, May 2.
Brig Elvia, Miliord, Genoa, Ap.il 27.
SAVANNAH, Maty IA-Ck-ared. steamships il
Livingston .uni North l'oint, BaPimore; sch; C C
l'aigu, SA: dla Kl vcr.
Thc sehr Cynosure, which sailed from .this port
Tor Boston cu itic 17;ll inst, has returned, having
sprung a leak.
'The British bark Vinco, R bson. from Liverpool
for this port, was od Tuse jr April 39.
L.IST OF VESSELS
Cr. CLEARED AN?l .sAtl.S-O ?.'lt T-71? PW
? O Iv K I O S .
. UVKKPOO: .
Br ship Island Home, Mcl.ellan, ap.Aprd 6
Br bark Vinco, Robson, sailed.April 25
WEST HARTLEPOOL, HNO.
Br baik Ka-Oleen, Lester, up.May 5
Br b:ig BellouL Jones, sailed.Jan 23
D O M E~ I I Q .
Brig Lzabel, Tabbtit. cleared.May 13
Sehr BN Hawkins. Wyn;:, up."...May 13
-.KW mae. .
Sehr Queen of the South, Byrne*, up.May 8
'i. : i. . oj-:;.r:: IA.
Sehr A S Gaifcii:, G.is.<i!l, up.April 29
Sehr J H Stb-kney, FOOKS, cleared.May 12
scar E il Nayler, Naylor, up.May 13
Sehr Frank ft Emily. MeOvbO. saiiod.May 4
List of Shipping
IN THE PORT Ol" CHARLESTON, MAY IS.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within '.lie State, excepted.
Champion, 141S tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New Vori;, loading-James Adger ft co.
Remington (Br.) 999 tons. Fowler, at Union wharf,
lol Liverpool, loading-Ii Caid.
Kanrer, (Br.) - tons, Cox, at Central wharf,
to load lor Liverpool-B S Rhett ft Son.
Annie Kimball, - tons, Simson, at Southern
wharf, for Liverpool, loading- W B Smith
Slriau Star, (Br,) 610 tons, Corning, at Union
wharf, fur Amsterdam, ready-Lesesne <*
Ermiuu, (Br,) ,M2 rons. Phillips, lu the Strenm.
. for a Pott in Europe, ready-Lesesne ft Wells.
Othere, (Bf,) - tons, McGregor, at Atlan'i?
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Boot Bios
Stella Marls, (Fr.) 559 ton?, Garnier, at Union
wharf, from callao, discharging-Order.
Carmen, (Spanish,)- tons, Battie, at Atlantic
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Lnget, (Xor,) 632 tons, Nielsen, at MashU's
-wharf, for Liverpool, loaning-R T Walter.
Wm II Parles, 173 tons, Lanpher, at Marsa's
wharf, from Georgetown, S C. walting
J A Enslow A co.
Slr Robert McLnre, (br,) 197 tons. Griffiths, In
in the StreHm, fur a l'ort In Great Britain,
ready-C c Co?*, supt.
Panchito. (sp:in,) 227 tous, Cal.izaea, at Brown A
co's whiirf, tor Bare, lona, ready-W P Halt.
Nuevo Sabina. (Span,) 207 tons, Barrau, at Brown
A co's wharf, for Barcelona, loadlng-W
Bella Dolores. (Span.) 197 ton?, Duval!, at Brotvn
A co's wharf, for Barcelona, ready-Wm
Ellen Maria, 202 tons, Hoxie, in the Roads, for
a Southern Port, reidy-T J Kerr A co.
Lena, (Br,) - tons..Wharrcn. at Union whirl,
from Demerara, discharging-Mordecai A co.
Sebastian. (Span,)- tens. Casals, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Ball.
Recurso Secundo, (Spa.),)- tons. Araagon.at
Atlantic wharf, from Cleniuego9.Just arri red
-J A Euslow A co.
Vraie, 274 tons. Mason, ar N E Railroad wharf.
for Washington, D C, loading-J A Enslow
Ella M Fennell, 192 ron?, MltcheH.-at N E Railroad
wharf, for a Nor hern Port, loading-Master.
Lettie Wells. 191 toni. Wells, at Southern whnrf,
for St Pierre. Mar, inadlng-J A Bnslow A co.
A J Fabens. - tons, Bragg. In Ashley River, for
Providence, londlng-?. T Potter.
Lucy D-, -tons, Hall, at Brown & co's wharf,
from New Orleans,.dl? ?harglng-Master.
Liny,.- tons. Hughe--, at Adger's wharf, for Kew
York, loading-W Roach A co.
Conservative, - tons, Sterling, at Central wharf,
from Boston, dlscharL'ing-W Roach A co.
Ida Richardson. - tous. Bedell, at Adger's wharf,
fi om New York, discharging-W Roach & zo.
J H Stlckner, - tons, Fooks, at Kerr's wharf.
frpm Baltimore, discharging-Street- Bros
j?laci] merri, Castings, &z.
S'T AB'LIITH E~i)~?si?7
P H (E X J X
. JOHN F. TAYLOR ?fc CO.,
(Successors to Cameron & Co.,)
ENGINEERS. BOILER-MAKERS, ic. ?c.
corner East liny and Pritchard streets, nea.' tire
CHARLESTON. S. C.
. M A x c F A c r tv n i: r. s o.r
STEAM ENGINES AND. BOILERS.
Manne. Stationary nnd Portable.
RICE THRESHERS AND MILLS OF EVERY
Shorting. Pulleys and Geeing
Iron Fronts for Buildings
Castines or every kind m Iron or Braas
Tt-oTgltig?oi every desert prion.
43" Guarantee to furnish Engines and C niora
of as good quality an 1 power, und at as low rates
as can bc had in Now York, Baltimore "or Phil?
JUDSON'S CELEBRATED GOVERNOR AND STOP
VALVES. Which arc pul on all Engines nn-.de at
CST" Repairs promptly attended to.
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STlTCb
.w ? thr oust tu ive.
Far trine ?.M Hie Lease Plan, wita monthly pa;
:ienu. ^t: es?;, tenus, or fur oh. Ali um* oi
iacuine attachments. Needles; Cotton, .wain
lack and colored.) Sits. <??. Soap. ?c.. AV.
RepiilnnK as muai. Circulars, and sameieso
?vi.iK S*MI "*n apxiiieatjon.
u. B. HASELTON.
Genet*! "ealcr :n First Class Sewing na
?ninvb nt Material. No. 3?* Kmc stree:,
augl" Ciar eaton. *. 1!
SUS/S HP?I1P !
Dj: A TH TO JR ATS,
R?XES DOUBLE TUE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold a* Wnoioe.i'e by
DOME. MOISE & DAVIS,
Ann a: retail b" a? l?ra?2t<ts. ?ebl-cmo
PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 76 BARCLAV AND NO. 222 GREENWICH SrnsETS,
N E W YORK,
Receivers of Creen ?ad Dried FRUITS, Trcck and
a:l kinds of Farm and Gardea Produce.
Our location and facilities for selling Fruits and
Vegetables aro unsurpassed In New York.
Circulars and Marking Piates seur free to Ship
pers. AU correspondents and questions cheer?
REFERENCE.-c. il. L.lientba',, Tobacconist.
New York. aprW
Y 0 BLI VEEPOOL. ^ *
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON, Jk?
John F. Fowler, Master, wantsCOO bales cot-*EJt
ton to complete cargo. Apply to
I may3 HENRY CARD.
JP 0 K NEW YO li K.
OLD IiI.VK NEW YORK AND CHAULES
ESTABLISHED L 8 i 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATEROOMS
! The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Line will sall from Auger's South
Wharf as follows :
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, May 20th, at 6 o'cloct
JAMES ADGER, SATURDAY, May 27th, at 12 o'clock
43*Iri8urance a percent, by this Line.
*i- Through Biala of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest market
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
may}_JAMES ADQEK A CO.
pAClFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPOS
THROUGH LIKE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND J APAN,
KARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pler^Sga^
No. 42, North River, foo: or CanalSfiflHE
street, New Y'oxk, at 12 o'clock noon,, of thc leta
and 30th of every month (except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preced?
All departures connect at Panama witt, steam?
ers for South Paclllc and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at KlDgston. Jamaica,
For Japan and China, stealers leave San Fran*
cisco ti i st of every month, except when lt falls on
banday; then on the day preceding.
Nu California steamers touch ut Havana, but
?:O direct from New York to Aspinwall. .
one hundred pounds baggage Irce :o each adult,
Medicine and attendance iree.
For Pussaste Tickets or other informatica apply
ut the COMPASS'S TICKET OFFleJE, on the
..vliarf foot of Canal street, North River, New
t orte F. R. BABY, Agent.
-pOR LIYEEPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their flrst-classL full power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 48 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
MANHATTAN, Capt.FORSYTH....May 6,at 3PM
COLORADO, Capt T. W. F BEKMAN. May 10, at 10 AM
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS....May 17,at 3PH
NEVADA, Capt. G it BEN..May 24. at 9 AM
NEBRASKA, Capt. GUARD.May 27, at ll AM
. Cabin Passage $80, gold. -4. *
Steerage Passago (Office No. 29 Broadway) $30,
"?For Freight or .Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 65 Wail street, N. Y.
N. F. The steamships plying between Charles*
ton and New York, of the Lines represented re?
spectively by Messrs. JAMES ADGKR A CO.,
Agents, and by Messrs. WAGNER, HUGER At CO.
and W. A. COURTENAY, ?gents, make close
connectons with the Steamships or the J?^
LIAMSA- GUION Lints N"^?-|
rj_RAND EXCURSION AROUND TTHE
l-FOR T??B BENEFIT OF CAPT. E. 0. M?RDEN.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain ? . a-V^tu
White, lucian been chartered lor jaStfHM
the occasion, will leave South Commercial wu arr,
at 4 P. M. precisely, OU-SATUKDAY, May 20th, re?
turning at half-past 7.
A fnll band of Mnslc has been engaged, and
Tully will be on board wllh Refreshments.
Cards of invitation, NOT TRANSFERABLE,
may be obtained at the principal Hotels. Book?
stores and Druggists, and at the Courier and
NEWS offices, or uf either of the committee.
W. M. BIRD, E. R. WHITE,
mar 18 E. L. HORSEY. .
OK LAKE SUPERIOR
ATLANTIC, DULUTH AND PACIFIC ???lE.
One of the Splendid Steamers METFOR, INDIA,
PAC1F1C.COBURM, ATLANTIC, JAPAN, KEWEE
NAW, ARCTIC, CHINA and ST. PAUL, will leave
Buflalo daily (except Fridays and saturdays) at
3 P. M.. Erie the next miming, Clevelan#the
same night, and Detroit at 10 P. M.. dally, (ex?
cept Sundays and Mondara i for DULUTH and in?
termediate LAKE SUPERIOR PORTS.
Connections are made at Duluth with the Lake
Superior and Mississippi Railroad, to St. Paul,
aud all pi in rp in Minnesota, Northern Wisconsin
and Iowa. Also, with the Northern Pacific Rall
road for the Red River Country.
Excursion Tickets, AT GREATLY REDUCED BATES,
will be issued by all principal Railroads 10 sr,
Paul by this r. ate, returning via all rail. Or by
Rall Routes to St. Paul aud Duluth, returning via
Hnrihg the months of June. July and August,
EXCURSION TRIPS will be made via the North
Shore of Lake Superior, visiting the Slicer Mines,
Fort William, Grand Portage, Ac.
For further information, apply to
H. F. PATRICK.
Grneral Passenger Asent, Buffalo, N. Y. *
E. T. EVANS. Manacer A. D. and P. Line.
S. D. CALDWELL, General Manager U. S. Co.
pOK NORTH ED1STO, BE AUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain ^ <rjFws*\
J. W. My, will leave Central frharf-jajfijjgBg?
forEdisto, Beaufort.and Paclllc l-aiming^ every
MOND?T MOBKINH. at . o'clock, and for Beaufort,
and Patine Landing every THURSDAY* MORNING,
at 8 o'clock. ReturiiLus. wdl leave Keauiol11 very
TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING, at s o'clock, and
will leave Edisto every TUESDAY, at 3 o'clock,
P. M. J. D. AIKEN.
J1 0 ri F LURID A.
The steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ ?-.,?
L. M. Coxetter. will leave Southern iSfeEuL-.
Wharf rvi't-y TUBSr?A' KVKKIX0. at ~.oo odOi.'K,
(unti; further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fernan?
dina and Pakt ka. arriving oacK at charlea.cn
cvt-rv SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
inayii RA V BN EL-.v CO., -teents,
VrTEEKLl' LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
DEAD, SAVANNAH, DARIEN AND
S L I Z A HANCOX,
Captain L. w. BURNS, .
a*lU receive Freight at Accommoda , -rS"^*.
tion wharf for above, points eTeiyjmBgBBC
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MORNING.
at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah same evening,
and leaving for Danen, ?c., on the following
Returnlne, will leave Savannah for Charleston
every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or na-wage, af ply to .
RAYKNEL. HOLMES A CO.,
mav6 No. 1*7 fcjgr. Hav.
JOSEPH W. HARIUSSON'S,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY", PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thief Detering talarm! MONEY DRAWER.