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M Hf Alf GULL AlfU COMMERCIAL.
N KW'HAVEN-Per scbx Carrie Hyer-190,000 feet
t 1 mber and boards.
Kv aorta of the Week ena lng May ?.
BOSTON- Per sehr B N Hawkins-357 bales up
1 and cotton, 23^ casks-ri e, 102 ca^ks Kaolin elsy,
5 T casks rice poll h. 14 bales paper, S balee rope,
6 bales hides. 2a hh'is iron, 16 .raliroai wheels, 1
bolter cylinder and shalt.'; box^d organ.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship .South Carolina-9
bans ol sta island cotton, 494 bales upland cot?
ton, -16 tierces ot rice, vii bales (lomearles and
?: 00 cl 8 . 834 bbls navarawrea. 347 boonies staves,
467. boxes peas. 3 horses"; ann 90 packages sun
dries../..Per steamship Champion-32 baits
s ea Island cotton, 236 bales noland conon, so
b ales domestics. 19 casks dav, 51 i bbl9 rosin. 7
t lerces rice mo crates green peas, io tons iron, 2
horses, and 183" pkus sund les.... Per steamship
0 eorgla-65 bags sea Island and 450 bales upland
cotton. 117 tierces rice, 81 bales domestics and
g oods; 9*1 bbl3 naval stores, 15 casts or clay, 76
bales hides, 17 btws sogar..2 horses. 1 buggy,
2164 crates pea?, t?&V paukazes sundries. -
PHILADELPH IA-PeT ste? msblp Guli Stream-227
bales cotton, 99 nalea domestic goods, 587bbls na?
val stores. 7 tons.old iron,' 570 crates green peas,
and 97 pkgs sundries,
BALTIMORE-Per steamship M-iryland-167 sacks
rice, 20 bales domestics. 152 bbls rosin. 10 b 'ls tal
1 ow. 74,000 feet lamber, 173 b xes green peas, and
37 pkgs sundries.Per sehr Henry Allen
160.0 0 feet in racer.
Nsw HAVEN-Per sehr E B Wheaton-Inward
? argo from Jacksonville.
Vhe Ur. av leaton Stock; ?nd Bond Market
Southern Bank Billar ~
Bank of Camden. lo
Bank of Chester. 13
Bank of Georgetown....-. .01 02
Bank of Hamborg..*... 17
Bank of Sooth Carolin?. 01
Bank or State of Sooth Carolina,
prior to 1881.". nominal
Bank of State of Sooth Carolina,
after 1st January, 1861... .T ..
Commercial Bank, Colombia......... 02
Bx change Ban k, Colombia. 02
Canners' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank, Gheraw. ,. 01
Planters'Bank Fairlie ld. 02
State Bank.. 02
State Bonds, old.
State Bonds, new. ...
' s. o. Railroad and Bank Stock.. 32 00
s. a Railroad Six Per Cot. Bonds.. 65 oo
S.O.Railroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds 65 oo
Hoad First Mortgage Bonds 83 00 85 00
theaaWn .Baihroad Stock (capl
Nortbeastern Railroad Stock (pre
Northeastern Railroad First Mort
- gase Bonds, 8 Per Cent. .. 94 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 82 oo
Savannah and Charier,ton Railroad ? .
stock._;.. .. 20001
. Savahnah and TJha^ton Rallroaa
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 73 00 I
.Savannah and Charleston Rallroaa
J Per Gent. State guaranteed
Bonds..;.?a. .*.... ..' 67 00
"Charleston sod Savannah 6 Pez
. OenL Bonds, (ax cu upo ns).. .. 63 00
Greenville and'Columbia Railroad
- Oo. Stock. 1 60 2 00
Greenville and Colombia Railroad
T Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds................ .. 65 00
Greenville and" Columbia Railroad
TPerCent. First Mortgage Bonds .. 98 00
?Greenville, and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Bonds. 48 00
t Cher AW and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 92 00
Gheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. .. 72 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
?'Charlotte; Columbia and. Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Booda... 79 00 V
Spananburg and Union Railroad . ,
.State-guaranteed Ronda...' ..
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City of Charleston Six Per Gent
Stock. 64 00
-City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
rr Cent.;Bonds. .. 73 00
.City of Colombia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 60 00
City of col um bl? 7 Per Cent. Bonds., Wi.. 70 oo
First National Bank or Charleston
Stock..-..;... 125 00
People's National Bank Stock.. 106 oo
Halon Bank Stock.. .. 48 oo
South carolina Lean and Trost
Jo m nan y. .. 95 00
People's Bank stocK." .. 8 60
'Planters? and Mechanics' Bank 5
StOCk.i. 28 00
Bank of ?Charleston Stock. . .. ?0 00]
.Carolina National Bank Stock.100 00
Chariest on Gas Company Stock..... .. 18 00
City Railway Stock......... 8300 - 6400
Th? Charlearon St?rket.
FOB THK WBIK ENDING THURSDAY, KAT 2.
THE CROPS.-The period under review bas been
dry and wsrm, the thermometer .'or a part of the
time xeacblrgSO degree? and the want of rain
commences to be felt in the lower part of t .ls
State, and damage threatens in some sections,
unless.seasonable showers shall Boon be had.
There are reports of bad ?tanda m some portion
?of the . long Cotton region near Beaufort, Sooth
Carolina, and a partial rep lan vin g will be neces
' THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cot to? perts -
T or the week up'to Friday last were 26,512 bales,
against 87,841 bales the week before, and 66,685
?bales the week of i he y ear previous. At New Or
1 eanathe supplies were 8829 bales;.la contrast
with 18,9.0 bales the week of the last year. The
total receipts at the cotton pons from Sep.
? t ember l, 1871, np to the latest dates, were
2,566,443 bales, against 3,585.940 bales the pre
?lons year, showing a decrease of 1.019,617'
bales. The arrivals at the principal Southern
markets from September 1,1871, np to the latest
t'tegraphic intelligence, as compared with the
4 oar before, wera as follows :
Kew Orleans, May 1.912.218" 1,287,169
' Mobile, May 1.279.768 3 8,-.3 ?
?'Savannah, May 1.430.274 693.488
-Chariest n, May 1.'?64.419 820,?48
.Galveston, May l.181.063 244,h9?
Norfolk, May 1.266,380 3 8.4 2
Wilmington, Muy 1. 60.108 84.606
Other Dorts, May 1..202.223 207 665
Totaf bares.2.683 443 8.6K6.V60
Total decrease to date.1.V19 611
The arrivals of cotton at the chief Southern
c entres from April 26 to May l, 1872, inclusive as
reported by telegraph, were as follows. Inls In?
cludes all points bat overland:
. April 25.... 441.April 26.1054)
April27....2817.Apr!. 29. 698 1 8,693
April 80....1634.May 1. 1658 j
For the corresponding week last year._16,410
April 26/... 182......April 36.1031
Ap'll JT.... 142.April 29.713}- 1,392
Apiti 30.... 130.May 1.112 J
i ? Last year.Sj53
. . April ?6.... 3"?1.April 26. 3251
April 27.... 251.April 23 . 428 V 2,036
April 80.... 801.May 1.3501
Last y ear.6,961
Apr 126-184.April 26. 187 I
April 27.... 138..April'?9. 442 V 1.249
April i0..... 182.May 1.1521
La-t vear.;. 3,162
April 25.... 154.Aprll26... 1631
April-.7.... 86.Aprils.41V 551
April 30.... 107.May 1.- J
April 25.... 480....... ?pill 26. 765 J
April ST.... 455.Anni 29..1663 V 3,747
April30.... 97.May 1. 287j
. Last year..'. 6,755
April25.... 192..April 26.1151
rffi&fi'VfifM.April 29. 117 V 725
April30.... loo.May l. 721
Total 1872.. ID ono
The stocks of the article In sight at the latest
dates w ere as follows :
_.. " . 1871 1871.
-Stock In Liverpool..balee... 782. uOO 9?1.000
-Stock in London.207.000 92 ooo
Stock tn Glasgow. 060 TOO
Stock tn Havre. .196 000 31 O' O
Stock in Marseilles. 15..?60 15 fl?0
?tock m firemen. I9,7?0 31 (l00
?Stock "est o' the ''ontlnent.IO?.OOU as ooo
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer-. '
?lean.)..:. .202,000 267.000
Afloat for Havre (American
-And Brasil.). 7,750 27,000
Afloat for Bremen (American)- 10.250 61,500
lota! Indian cotton afloat for
BtOOk la United - tates ports.279,.69 456,9*7
S -oct in Inland towns. 39.150 67.274
increase or stock in sight. 112,018
Tte recepte at taft port for tte week Just
nated were 12 bags or fea islands and Florid
1237 bales of uplands, against 7 bag? of sea l
and Floridas and 1735 hale's or upland s for tl
viona weeti and 16 bags/Of sea Islands and
dasind"3141'teies'or uplands for. trie, conti
I week last year.- ''Tn'ese supplies came.' as ft
Safi?f Uplands, per South Carolina Railroa
bales; per Northeastern Railroad, 35; Sav
ajd Charleston Railroad, -; Pedee, 9; Sam
Of sea islands: Florida. 4; Beaufort, 1; Ed
THE COTTON MARKBT.-This staple pre-e
steady and ^orrewnat firmer aspect during
of this period, the fore'gn market comm<
slightly easier, opening at ll@ll.Kd. reced
lld, and improved toll@HK'l; while Ne?
became higher, beginning at 23>?c, Improv
23J?O, and afterwards receded to 23J?c; t
this port middling up'ands ruled at 2?X<?
f? lb. The tran?ac lons at Llverpo 1 ant
York for this period were as rollows: On F
April 26. the Tor mer was quiet and heav
lanJs ll@HKd, sales 8003 bales; the latti
quiet and firm, uplands 23>3'c, sal s 1306
ion Saturday the former was quiet, uplane
sales to, too bales; tv e. latter was quiet ant
uplands '?3f?c, sales 418 bales. On Mon'!
former was st. adv, uplands lld, sales
bales; the la'ter was quiet and firm, uplandi
sales 810 bales. On Tuesday the formet
steady and firm, upland* lld, sales 10,ooo
the latter was du'i, uplands 23??c, fates 260
On Wednesday the former was firm, upland
llKd. sales 12,000 bales; Uie latter was qc
23XC, sales 274 bales. Yesterday the forme
firm, uplands ll@UKd, sales 10,000 balet
litter was quiet at 23&c.
The following statement will snow the
ness in this -na'ket for the week: On Fi
April 28th, tte artleie was dull and trat, s a?
nearly st a stand; sale) only 20 bales, c
tlons somewhat nominal, say ordinary to
ordinary 2C(?v2I??, low middling22, middling
strict middling 22J?@22?c ?? IB. On Sati
there was a light Inquire at Urta prices for
qualities; s les 20) bales; ordinary to good
nary being quoted ai 2u@21>i, low midhill
inldiil n,' 22,'x. strict middling 22KC ? lb
Monday the demand was moderate with
prices for the better grades; sales 250 tu es;
nary to good ordinary belog q oted ai S0(?
low mlddllng'22, middling 22K@22Ji, s il-1
diing 22KC ft rb. On Tuesday the tono of
market was quiet, with roll rates for?..e hi
qualities; sales 3i0 hale*; ordinary to good
nary being quoted at 20 ?2 yt, low mMdllni
.'middling 22*. strict midJl pg 22Kc 9 ft.
Wednesday lhere w?s a limited demand at
changed prices; sales 350 bales; qiota ions a
fore. Yesterday the markt t was quiet bu
changed; sates 150 bales. Fay 36 at 21, 49 at 21
at 22, 18 at 22 K, 10 at 22K, 12 at 22K, 16 at 2
Ordinary to good ordinary......20 ?21},
Low mtddllng;......22 @
SRA ISLAND < OTTON.-The supplies of this
ole being about all to market; the receipts 1
light, say only 12bags of sea Islam s and Flor
for this time. The market has be> n quiet, wt
moderate Inqnl y from purchasers, the tran
tlc*s smountlng to some 160 bags among wi
were cf Caron Bas, 33 stained at 200, 60 at 80c,
85,13 ext ra fine on private terms. Of Ftoridai
at 50, 82 at 65@60, 6 at; t'O, l et 65. IO Ct 700.
Rios.-The arrivals or Carolina rough were
Important. Trie market was quiet and du i,
tors early in the weet being unwilling to soi
their rates to meet the views or buyers; but li
sellers .lowered their figures about H@Ho 9
a moderate business taking place at the deel
The transactions ror the week were about
ti?? es, among which were 12 tierces at ej.'c, 6
13?, ll at 75i 4 at 1 15-18 42 at 8, 49 at 8416, ll
8K, 128 at ? 3-16. 28 at 8 e. We qnote com mot
ralr at 7K@8C, good 8>?@8X.
NATAL ATORES-There were ralr supplies
these articles coming to hand, say 816 bbls sp!
tu rpo ut lue aad 20 0 bbls ro-ln for the week. '
t ran tac: 1- ns for the period ?ere about as folio
On Friday, April 26, there were no sales rep .rt
On Saturday, April 27, spirits turpentine wast
and nominal. Koslrs were easier and s>mew
active; sales or 550 bbb-, on ti.e basis or $7 60
wi nd ow glass, $7 lor extra r ale, $6 76 for pi
$0 25@6 50 for low pale, $5 25@5 60 for < xtra N
$4 60@5 for No 1, .and $4@6 lor dod and opsq
Crud.- turn ntine was lower, say $4 75 for vlrg
$3 75 fur yellow dip, and $2 60 lor hard. On M
day, April 29, spirits turpentine was aull and lc
er, with sales of so casks at 48c 9 gallon. Ab?
17> bbls rosin were sold at $7 60 for wtndowgla
$7 25 ror extra pale, $6 75 for pale, $6 0 ror 1
pale, $6 60 for extra No 1, $4@6 for dull a
opaque, $8 50 Tor extra No 2, $3 26 for No 2, a
S3 for tr trained. On Tuesday, April 30ib, the n 1
ket was q- let. a sale or 1560 bt>ts spirits ror futt
delivery being announo d the terms or which c
not transpire. On Wednesday, May 1st, sales
splrit8300 bbls, at 46K@'7c %t gallon, as to pat
ages; also eco bbla rosin. *ay S7 60 for ?indo
glass, S7 25 for extra pale, $6 75 f r pale, f 5 2t
6 60 for extra No 1, $4 26@6furNol $4@s 601
duli and opaque, aud $B 2? for No 2. Yesterd
sales of 210 bbls s Irita took pl .ce at 4?KC ? g
lon. No sales of Rosin, crude turpentine m
be quoted at $4 75 ror virgin, S3 76 roryeHc
dip, and $2 60 for hard.
HAY.-The arrivals were ab nt 200 bales, fro
New York anti Philadelphia, with a few lots
Western, by rall. Sales of 83 bales North Rtv
transpired at'$2 f* hundred; 64 bal- s clo at $2
hundred*, and about 40 ba.es Western at Si 90
CORN.-There were received 5500 bushels fro
B iltlmore, by fteam, and ll LOO by sal
and 6600 fr. m Ni rt h Carolina, by sall. 38i
bushels of good North Carolina white, I
bulk, sold at 82o 9 bushel; also 4800 bushe
Maryland white at Ole V bushel, bags 1:
eluded. Jobolog lots of prime white sell at 92;
93c 9 bushel, bags include.1. v
OATS.-The receipts were unimportant. Som
sooo bushels were disposed of at "0c ja bushel.
PR?S.-Tnere are limltrd suppllearfrom the li
terlor. Inferior to common mlx< d sell at 8<i@90
9 bushel; ralr to good at Sl@i io ? bushel; pur
clay qualities, fair co prime, at SI 15@1 40 1
FL-UR-The market U mo.ieratety supplie
with the various grade* of the article, which ar
held at firm .rates. Northern and Western supe
may be quoted ot $7.60? 7 76 9 ..bb ; extra a
SS 5C@<I 76 9 bpi; ram y at $e@lu 9 bbl. South
ern descriptions are io limited stock and supe
may be quoted at $7 50@7 76 $ bbl; extra a
S8 60?H 76 9 bbl; runny at $9?io 9 bbl, and ex
ira family at si1 ?u 9 bbl.
BACON.-Ankles und-r this head have taken
an upward urn. and prices are higher. Prim?
smoked ehouid-m may be quoted at 6K@rl??o 9
lb;: prime smoked cleat rib sides SK??X? ? Its;
prime salted shoulders nominal; prime salted
sides at 7 K?SC 9 ft
COFFSK.-The article is in moderate request
for all descriptions. Fair to prime R.O may be
quoted at 22@24c 9 lb.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to rally ralr Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at 9 ii ?ile 9 ft, good to prime grocery BU
gars may be quoted at ll@l2o 9 lbt ralr to good
Cubas lox@ilKc, fair to p imo D-meraras at
HJ?*@l2o 9 tb. New Orleans molusoes. prime
m a Jobbing way ecaroe a 7.@72c 9 gallon
Cuba muscovado molasses mayne quoted at 38c
In hhds anil 40c In bbl?, and lu a Jobing way at
40@42c; Clayed at 33?35e tn bints, and 85?
87c tn bots; sngar-hous?- syrup sells at 23@24c in
hhds. and 25@27c In barrels.
BOTTBR AND LARD.-There ls a ralr stock or thia
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 3?@38c:
New York State, prime, 25?30c; medium'tttSJMe;
SALT.-Jobbing parcels or Liverpool receive ?
direct may be quoted at SI 60?i 70 %? Back.
Parcels or loo sacks from store Bell at SI 50 9
ISON BANDS AND TIBS' for cotton, of the mos
approved patterns, are offered on the market a
6*?6c 9 tb. mi
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror this article
maintains a quiet and ste?dy character. We
quote ? yard, gunny cloth -; domestic Double
Anchor, 45 inches, may be quoted at I9@20c;
Elephant at*-, Ludlow 18c, other branns as tu
TIMBER ANO LUMBER,-The market ls quiet.
We quote timber for milling purpose
from S6@io. Shipping timber $io?i6. Brlghi
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
to Bice, from $18@22 ? M by the cargo : lamber
per rall, $13@15; river lamber, $n@i3; dressed
FBBIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi
* nal on, upi ands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
loriad, -on uplands, %A on sea Islands; by sall
,X J -on uplands, on ?ea Islands nominal. To
...H8^^.bn"?p>nd>ji??r^9tf^^to New York,by '
' steam-$2 on? ap|ftftj|awand?' ?n sea islands;
fl SO-% -tierc?onr?oe^y soS,'- T> tb on cotton;
-- j^ ; tierce onrice;?40c?l barrel on rosin;
$8 fLM on lumber; $10 ip M on timber. To
Boston, by sal?,' X? ? on npland cotton;
rosin ssc; resawed starr $!> soio 50; phosphate
$5@5 50. To Providence. by sall, $9 00 ?i M on
boards, Xe V lb on cotton ; by steam $1 9 bale on
New Tort rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. Xe
V lb on uplands; by sall, $8 ? II on boards; $9 50
@10 on timber; $3 ?t ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Kc 9 tt.
by sall, $6 60@7 ? M on boards; $8@8 60 on
timber; $3 25 -B ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are In denian! by our mer-chants to take lam?
ber freights from aebrgetpwn, S. C., Darlen
and Saillla River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern portB, and' io@i2 V M are rates on
lamber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tne banks are parchas
lng sight checks on New Tort at par; time
bills nominal. Tiley are selling; Bight checks x@
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 22>4?22J? for 80 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buring at
UX and selling at 12 s'.
Marketa by Telegraph.
. LONDON, May 2.
Noon.-Consols 90X- Bonds 90X
Evening. -.?union decreased ?195,000.
Evening-Freights steady. Money closed at 4
as. Stalling quiet. Gold I2Xat2X- .Nev Aves
d cline.! >"'; .-Uty tights,?nd lorries X; balance
steady, southern quiet ?nd steady.
".' Sfi FR AN s FORT, May 2.
PARIS, May 2.
NKW TORE. MaV 2.
Noon.-Frel.htsdull. Stocks Armer. Goldsteady
at 12X. Money firm at i. Exchange, long 9X;
short io?,'. Govern o,en ts dull and steady. State
bondi firm and cull. " .
Evening.-Cotton*qulet; sales 742 bales; up?
lands .3XC, Orleans 24Xc sales of cotti n rutares
to-day 68U0 b ha, as foi.ow-: Mar 231-16, 233-16;
June23X, 28 U16; July 23>i, 2316-16; August 28
16 16; sept, moer 23X. 23 3-i6; Uotober 20X; No?
vember 19X; Decemoer u,1,.
LIVERPOOL, May 2.
Koon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands Hailed,
Orleans UXallXd.- . -.^ .
La-er.-Cutt-m closed firm: upUnds ltalixd;
Orlenos llXsl'Xd; sales 10,000 bales; specalailon
aud export 20u0.
. NEW TORE, May 2.
Noo -.- Cotton opened quiet; uplands 23Xc,
Orleans 24X; sales 608 nales.
? . BOSTON, Hay 2.
Cotton dall and ni thing doing; middlings
23Xc; net'receipts 84 oates; gross 180; sales 200;
BALTIMORE, May 2
("o'tm Steady; middlings 23?,'u23sc; r cdpts
190 tialesj gro-a 253; expoits coastwise z65; saes
1*7; stock 11,105.
NORFOLK. May 2.
Cotton, net receipts26Sbsles; exports coastwise
1084; saies I60; stock ??7*3.' ' " * ~
. "W?LMINOTON, May 2.
Cotton quiet; middlings itfxc; net recdpta64
bales; exports coastwise 78; sales 127: stock
SAVANNAH, May %
Cotton quiet and firm; middlings 22Xc; net re?
ceipts 864 bate-; exports to Great Brltdla 1879;
sales 100; stock 17,666.
A vc, CST A, May 2.
Cotton dall; middlings 22:; net receipts 100
baies; sales 600. .
. MEMPHIS. May 2.
Colton quiet and Arm; middlings 23a23Xc: re
celpta873baUS. I . ' . .
MOBILE. May 2.
Cotton qu et and Arm; mid di m g 22Xa22Xc;
net receipts 205 balts; sales f? O; stock 2059.
NEW um.KANS. Kay 3.
Cotton quio"; middlings 13X; net receipts600
bales; gross 966; exports coastwise 21; s iles 2400 :
GALVESTON, Hay 1.
Net receipts 150 haler, exports to Great Britain
1114; coastwise 803; stock 8486.
GALVESTON. May 2.
Cotton steady ; good ordinary 2oxc; net receipts
59 ba.es; sale J 200; stock 8x45.
PROVISIONS AND PROBOOS MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 2.
Noon.-Breadatuffo qulei. Pork SOB
Nkw YORE, May 2.
Noon-Floor dall and labuversfav>r. to heat
ijjlet and heavy, torn dull and heavy. Porkduil;
mess $13 eua 3 65. 1 ard dull and unchanged;
s e an 9X1'. Ta pentmc 'Arm at coaeou. Kosln
Arm at $3 soa3 90 ior strained.
KVfOtug-Flour q iiec and unchanged. Whis?
key t9a Wh?at sight y favor* boyera, lorn
acilve and Armer at 74c; white southern 78c.
Kice and pork qoler. Lard a t haie Armer ai 8Xa
9>ic. Tallow steady.
LOUISVILLE, Miy 2.
Transact ors small and qooiations genera ?y
BALTIMORE, May 2.
Floor and wheat Arm and unchanged. Gora
steady; white 72c, yellow 69a70c Pork $13 76a
$14. Bacon quiet and unchanged. Lard 9sic.
CINCINNATI, May 2.
BreadBtofTs steady. Pork weak at $13. Bacon
and lard In light demand; holdeis Arm. Whiskey
HAVANA, April 27.
SUGAR.-Stock ia warehouse at Havana and
Matanzas 413,000 boxes and 26,600 h' ids. Receipts
of che pa t ween a>. Havanaaud Matanzas 76 OOO
boxe and 7200 hhda. Exp ried during tbe week
from Havana and Matai zas 47,600 boxes and 6O00
hilda, including 10 600 b>>xes aud 6uuo nhis co the
Unite i States. sales 1 f the week 85,0u0 boxes,
half of. which wer? centi If r?gala Market buoy?
ant. Nume ous orders have been received, e-pe?
rnal y ir-m Europe. Fears are entertained mat
rains will intei fere with grinding. Ni s 10 to 12 ?
s. 9\aiox reals per arrobe; Noa 15 io M D s. lix
ii3s rs per ?rrobe. Molasses sanar In Mr de
maud at 7X'?8X rs per arrobe for Nos 8 to 10.
Mu-covado sugar-l ferlor to common Arm at 8 X
BO rs per arron.'; fair 10 good relining quiet at 9*
a9 >? ra per arrobe. G roce, y g rn d es ac ive at lox
all rs per arrobe, closing quiet and st-ady.
Molasse? Arm; at Hu vana, clayed. 6 is per keg;
at Matanzas, c a? ed, 6* ra per keg; muscovado
6X rs per >rrobP. Lumoer, white pme nomlnil
at $38a38 per M.; plich 1 ne f.G. Shooks, box
ArmatsXaiO is; hogsho.id quiet at ?s^.o for
sn.-a-; unitnnged ior molas-ea. Empty bogs
heads $2 50*2 e/tf. Hoop? dull; long shaved $45
per M. Fnlg .b-firm; a rise tn rates ls exp ected;
to Northern and southern ports ia iheUulnd
states per box or sugar $1 &7xal 62X; per hogs?
head ul -ugai $5 76 .7 60; per no-r-hean of molas?
ses $4 25a5; to Falmouth and orders 47s 6d to 5us
New Tork Klee Market.
T_ . h KW VORK. May 1.
The r.ai y Bulletin says: The r?cent ilse lu gold
strengthens d f rcgii grades somewhat, atm pos?
sibly iiMped domett c, O' t.did not mduce any
great luci ease of ibe d. mand. and iliemaiket has
-nowa out litt e act.vity beyond x\e ordinary
dany wants of be trade Tue cupping, however,
?te nm taree and noders feel couddent. A few
export orders ate umterst wi in neat nand. Sales
ol22.b gsRdugoonat fiXa7^c; ,50 ti-g.s Patna
at 7XS7XC, and small iou? Carolina at SXasxc.
New York Naval Siorea Market?
_ NEW l OBS. May I.
The New York Daily Bulletin sajs: nectlpts to?
day, 287 bbls roslD; 54 do spirit? lurpeiitine; 163
di t..r. Of la e there have been I rge sales at
Wilmington or spirits inipen'ine for exm rt, some
of which has no>. neeu bh pp?d and astheiels
Hcarcey any stock th.-re the patties will have to
wan until iresh BDPIIILB come IQ The Tact to?
gether w i h the light stock hn s strengthened
holde s maierliiily and 'he tnsrket, though quiet,
closes very st tong ai 59@60 cents. vve notice 5uo
bbls sold Ju y delivery at 4?c, ?5 hbN a' 50c, 75
bblB at 58c . 50 bri.a in lota at 5S)i?J9<,c. and
small lots rom st re at el. Bo-li.s are dud,
but ix r^mely a m uadrr the ?-carciiy ut siock,
with holders refusing In sell ut.der $4, and 100
black at $3. Tar ta higher and Ai m, but inactive.
Fitch Arm > t tue late advance, but operauous
confined t.? johhn g parcel?. The stock III yard,
as nind - up to day, are as follows: 240 bbls crude
turpentine, 1.8.0 obioBplutstuipeuilue, 7,195 bbls
rosin, ana l,80u bois tar.
Interior Co.lon Markrta.
< 0 LUM nu May 1.
Cotton sales no balea; midd ung - vi ^e.
SPAKTANBDRO, April 30.
Cotton commands 20Xc.
NEWBERRY, April 30.
Cotton is quoted 2 a21c.
A BB-VILLE, May 1.
Cotton ls s ell 11 g at from 18 t ?ft
GR AS G r. BURG. April.30.
Sa es for the week inning a p. 11 30, abouts
bales; ordin?r. 19c, .ow miduiiug 20>,c, middling
MONTGOMERY. April jo.
Ou'marker, is qul^t hut aiend>; good ordinary
21c. ftiici. glam ordinary 21X''t 'ow middlings
22c. midd Inga 22X"
SUMTER, Anril 30.
About te bales have been SOM ?lure last report.
We qame ordinary 18XC, good ordinary :0c low
ralduling20Xo, middling 2ixc, strict middling
COLUMBUS. May L
Onr marker steady; midd 1 .gr. 21 -,c; receipts
four da? s 97 bales against 8) lust week an 1 161
corresponding week 1871. -hipped rour d..ys 267
a. ain-i 430 aud 412. bales 164 bales; receipts 41;
WILMINGTON, May L
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales of 120 casts at 60c
per gaUon for Southern packages.
KOSIN.-Sales of 505 bbls at $5 12>ia5 25 for No. 1,
$5 60 for extra No. l, f 616 60 for pale.
! TERPENTINE -Sales of 2T5 bbla at $2 75 for
hard.. $4 for yellow dip, and $5 for virgin.
TAR.-Sales of 81 bbls at $2 55 per bbl.
COTTON.-Sales of 14 balee at 22c per lb.
CORN.-Sales of eooo bushels at 8 J>ic per bushel.
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Klee
from tile Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember!, 1871, to may 1. 1872.
Other Br. Ports
Other Fr. Ports
N. Of Europe..
Tot'l N. Europe
w. Indies, ic.
Total F. Ports..
Bait, ? Nr'folk
30 85771 2179
...I 126641 7211
Exporta of Naval Stores ?nfl Lumber
from tb? Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1871,to Hay 1. 1872.
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voTB.-We nave ueuucteo irom New oneanB
l' 5 786 bales uplands, from Mobile 2566 bales up.
la du; from savannah 30S9 bags nea island and
2234 bales upland, an ti ironi Charleston 3321 bags
nea isiand and 822 bales upland cotton; also,
855 balea nplmd cniton from the coast of Flor?
ida- being tne receipts at mose ports from Mo.
DUe, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Stock ot Cotton tn the Interior Towma
mt the Latest Datei.
Charleston Wholesale Frlcei.__
SAGGING, fl yard
Ganny Cloth. &
New York Doable Anchor, 45
Inches, 2%ths. 19 ? 20
BALK ROPK. f) Ib
Western. 8 ? 12 H
BDTTXR-Goshen. 33 & 38
COTTON, fl BJ
Ordinary to good ordinary..... 20 ? 21J?
Low middling. 22 @
Middling to strict middling... 22X? 22X
Good middling. ?
Sealaland. 66 ? 1 00
COFFEE, fi lb
Rio. 22 @ 25
Laguayra. 26 ? 28
Java. 80 ?
Carolina Fertilizer, fi 2000 ns.
Cash.46 00 ?
Time (with 7 per ct. Interest) 60 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer.cash.... 60 00 ?
Time. 66 00 O
Doable Refined Poudrette. 80 00 @
? Niles* Phosphate. 68 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas.... 85 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, G canape_ 76 00 ? ..
/Pacific Guano, fi 2000 DB.cash. 46 00 ?
Time. 50 00 a
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 0
Baogh'8 Phos., fl2000 lbs.cash 45 00 @
Rhodes' Phosnhate. ? 2000 tts 66 00 a
Rhodes' Standard Manare ($65 .
time).:. 60 00 ?
urchillo Guano ($40 time).as co ? ..
Land Plaster.13 00 a 16 00
' Mapes'Super Phos, fl 2000 Bis. 45 00 ? ..
Woolston's Phosphate or Lime 66 00 a
Wooiston's vege'or, fi 2000 lbs 66 00 @
Oroaadale'B Gen. SUD.rhos, net 60 00 ?
Bowers' Complete Manare, net 60 00 a
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 @
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
Patansco Guano. 66 00 ?
B. Frank Coe's Ammomateu .
Bone Phosphate.cash. 43 00 &?
Time. 62 00 @
Coe's Pore Dlssoi'd Bone.cash 50 00 tc
Time-. 66 00 ?
Whann's'Superphosphate.60 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Guano.cash.. 66 00 ?
Time.eo 00 a
Etiwi-.n Crop Food.cash,. 40 00 ?
r Time. 46 00 a
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 36 00 a
Time.40 00 a
Zell's Ammon lated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).60 CO a
Rassel Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($60
time). 45 00 a .? -
Cotton Food, per ton. so 00 @
Bowen A Mercer's? Snperphos
phate....cash..... 46 00 ? ..
Time.....f 60 00 a
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'s Manipu?
lated.:. 60 00 a
S to no Soluble Guano ($55 time) 50 00 ? ..
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($30 time).2i 00 a
Stono Pure Ground Phosphate. 12 00 ?
Atlantic Phosphate Co...cash. 48 00 a.
' Time, free ot interest. 62 00 ? ..
Acid Phosphates.cash. 28 00 ?
Time, free of interest.3100 ? ...
Eureka Ammo. Bone Phos, cash 46 00 ?
Time. 60 00 a ..
Middleton's Fish Ammonlated
Phosphate.cash.. 46 00 a
Time. 65 00 ? ..
Phil ps's Cirri bean Sea Guano,
per ton of 2000 lbs.caab 60 oo ?
1st Nobember, per ton.... 65 00 ?
FLOUR, ft bbl -
Fine. a* ..
Soper..... 7 60 (& t 76
Northern and Western Extra. 8 60 ? 8 76
Baltimore Extra. ? ? ..'
Southern-Super. 7 60 ? 1 75
Extra. 8 60 ?8 76
Family. 9 00 a io 00
GRAIN, m bushel
Maryland Oats. 70 a ..
Wester? Oats. a
Corn. 82 ? 93
HAY V cwt ?
North River. 1 90 ? 2 00
LUMBER. ? M reet
Clear White Fine, first quality. 60 00 a 86 co
White Pine, good ron. 38 00 Q, 40 00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 a 24 00
Boards, rough. ll 00 a 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 82 00
MOLASSES, fi gallon
coba. as a 37
Muscovado. 38 a 60
Sugar-house....-. 23 a 87
New Orleans. 70 ? 72
NAVAL STORES, V bbl
Roam, pale.'.. 6 76 ? 7 26
ROBin, No. 1. 4 26 a 6 60
Rosin, NO. 2. 3 25 a
Rosin, No. 3. 8 00 a
Spirits Turpentine, fi gallon.... 46,'i'aj 47
Crude Turpentine, fi bbl. 3 76 ? 4 76
Bard Turpentine. 2 50 ?
Oakum, ft lb. ie a
SAILS-American 4@20d" fi keg ..a
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 a .
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6 00 ?
Dunont's. Blasting...... 4 00 a
PROVISIONS, 9 ra
Bacon, Hams. 18 a 14
Sides. 08 x? 08X
Shoulders. 06X@ 08X
Strips.,. .. a
Lard, m keg.? ll a 12
Cheese. io a 18
Eggs. 20 a 26
Poultry-Chickens, fi doz.... 3 00 a 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 6 00 a 5 60
Potatoes, Irish, fi bbl. ?
Onions. @ .. I
. Apples. @
RICK, fi rb-Carolina. 07Xa 08J?
East India. ?
s --T, fi aack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 10
Liverpool, fine. .. @
SUGAR, ft lb-Raw. a . ?
Porto Rico. a
Muscovado. loxa ISM
KB ES WAX-fi m. ss a 40
HIDES. Green-fi lb. ? .. :
Dry. 12 a 1<
Receipts by Railroad. Blay 3.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
131 bales cotton, 69 bales gooda, 187 bbls naval
stores, 1 car slock. To Railroad Agent, George H
Walter A co, Kin-man A Howell, W B Williams A
Son, A s Smith, Tren holm A Son, W 0 Dukes A
co, Witte bros. Whilden A Jones. Frost, Adger A
co, Qaackenbnsh, Kaili. A co. H K at te A co. F D
C Kracke, B owe.ll. H Bischoff A co. J N Raison,
J H Wuhrmann, . add, Marun A Mood, Mowry A
Son, A u Madigan C K Holmes, W c Bee A co, A
J Salinas Wl>s A co, G W Williams A to, Pelzer,
Rodgera A co.
NORTH EA ST ERN RAILROAD.
87 bales cotton, 1032 bbls naval stores, cars lum?
ber, rough rice, m"S-. Ac. To WhlldeD A Joues,
Kin man A Howell, Barden A Parker, E Welling,
Frost. Adger A co, D U Ebaugh, W K Byan. A J
hailnas, G oW Williams A co, F lehmann. Miles
Drake, J Rk r.-on, H Bal winkle, H Bmchofl A co,
Railroad Agent, and Orde .
Per steamer City point, from Palaika m
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah-J P
Nesmlth and wife, R Campbell. Mr Dudley aud
wife, Mr Benjamin, Mrs Flnr, A A Zakozmsky,
w,f , child and servant, Mrs J M Salvo and child,
Mrs J M Solana and cklid, Miss M BTIZ, Master
Hertz. Mi-s F iienz, Mrs Jenkins and child, Mrs
H Vance auil child, Dr J Wyeman, Mr McGraw, J
B Ball y and wife, Mrs Gardner and child, and 16
CHARLESTON, H. C.MAY 3, 1872.
(.at 82 deg48 min83 sec. | Lon 79deg67 mm ?7at c.
Sehr Ellas Muore, DeGroot, Ba1 timo e-5 days.
Corn and mdse. To street Bros A co. o F Wieters,
Bui'-ki-n >t Wohltmatm. Macqueen A Rieck", Jao
Tnompson ic J Cami sen & ci, H Blscli ff A co.
tmackeubunb & co, Jno H u aver A co, Heath A
Rice, s R Marshall A co, Hart A co. Wagener A
Monsees, K M Butler A son, H Bulwlukie, Order,
Steamer ' tty Point, Mc M il an. Palatka via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and savannah. 2 balts
co tun. 9 bb.a potatoes 1 ho we, 7 bbts si gar. 2
cai-ks wine, 13 > empty bbla, 76 pkg* mdse. To
Ravenel Ac-, Klnamaa A Howell, Jos Boyce. J M
Waite. W s Montague, 1 S Howard A Bro, Wm M
Bird A co, Wm Hunt, E Ladt e A co, Mr Mahony.
W B Williams A Son, J C Bedell, Dr T L Ogler, a .d
Sloop Julia Dean. Harris, Oombahee. 1200
bushels rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
CLEARED yESTEKOA 1.
Sehr Jennie E Simmons, Young, Philadelphia
vin Jackson vile-H F ll ike.' A cu.
Si hr Carrie Hy er, Poland, New Haven-Roach
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wvatr, Boston.
Haunah G Hand, Hand, Philadelphia.
E B wheaton, Atkl s. New Haveu.
Henry Allen, Tatem, Baltimore.
FROM THI? PORT.
Steamship Ohamplou, Lockwood, at New York,
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore,
Steamship Gulf Stream, Hanter,-at PhUadel?
pin*. April 29. ._ v_
British Jjark ?arah H Smith,-, at Liverpool,
March'26. * ?
. Sehr Harriet' Bater, Webber, at Baltimore, 30lh
April, via Bermuda.-j .
UP FOB TQ IS PO AT.
Sehr Alice R Gardner, Turner, at New York,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL. May 2
Arrived, the Arlington and Clara Heme, from
Mobile; sebastian Bach, Savannah; Polly, Galves?
NEW YORE, May 2.
Arrived, steamship Anglia.
Kveolrig.-Arrived, the Egypt, Bremen, City of
New York, and Australia.
The bi lg Chas Wesley. Griffin, from Backs vi] le,
S c, for Bangor, Me, arrived at vine; ard Haven
The Nancy Bryson, Warden, from Bull Elver, S
O, arrived at London nm nlr.
The Trident. Ellson, from Beaufort, S O, arriv?
ed at London lTih.
The sch rs Mary, from Bocksvllle, S 0, and Kate
P Loot, from Georgetown, S G, arrived at Vine?
yard Daven April 28.
IA9? OF VESSELS
UT, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS FOBT.
Nor bark Dranpner, in gold sen, saled_March 20
TheAonle, Davis, sailed.March 16
The Avondale, Adams, up..Jan 18
Br bark Onward, Evans, up.April 12
The Georgiana,-, up.April 17
The Zella, Holten, sailed.March 16
The Essex, Smith, tailed.March ??
The Carl N Dobein, Stenan. sailed.Jan io
The Medway; McMillan, Balled.March 8
The Christiana, MeaseL sailed.March 22
Br bark Ftlle de '.'Air, Jones, cleared.March 16
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, up.March 20
The Lalla, Goudy, sailed.Feb 27
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March io
The Brenton, Rich, sailed... A.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Wufler, sailed.april 8
List ot Shipping'
IN TBE. PORT OF CHARLESTON, MAY 3.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York. lo*di> g-James Adger k co.
Virginia, - tons, Hinckley, at Brown k co's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading--WA Courte?
Falcon, 072 tons. Haynte, at Union wharf, for Bal
timora, loading-p o Tren holm.
Melita, (Br.) 004 tons. Llghtbody, at Marsh's
wharf, from wad. ira, repairing-Henry Card.
Nautilus, 1200 tons. Spencer, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-E Yt Mts.
Ebenezer. (Norw,) - tons, Mat h lesen, In the
Stream, for Cork and a Market, ready-Hen?
Henrietta, (Br.) - tons, Burnett,- at Robb's Mill,
for London, loaning-Wagner, Hnger k co.
Anevoca. (Br,- - tons, williams, at Onion wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Bjorvtkeo, (Norw.) - tons. Yonassen. at N E
Railroad wharf, from Hartlepool, Eng, dis?
Lalla, (Br,) 390 tons, Goody, at Accommodation
wharf, from Melford, Eng, discharging-Hen?
Medway, - tons, Evans, off the Port, from Car?
diff- Wtigener, Hager k ce.
Home, 216 tons, Mayo, at Maren's Dry Dock, for
Darlen. repairing-J A Entjow & do." '*
Timoteo, (Span,) .-to a. Marist any, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Bat?lona, leading-W P Hail.
Carrie Heyer, 343 tons. Poland, In Ashley River,
for New Haven, loading-Roach k Moffett.
Mary J . Wird, is i tona Ward; in Ashley -River,
tor Philadelphia, loading-J a Eaelow k co.
Albert Thomas, 399 tons, Bose, N E Bail road
wharf, for Baltimore, loading-Street Bros
Montana, 380 tons, Bean>e, In Ashley River, for
Boston, loading-M Goldsmith k Son.
EmmaC Rommen. - tons. Risley, at N E Rail?
road wbarr, for New York, load.ng-Cohen k
Eagle, 186 tons, Seavey. at Boyce k co's wharf,
from Philadelphia, dlach irsIng-T S Budd.
Lilly,- tons. Hughes, st Adgei's wharf, for
New York, load HIP-Roach k Moffett.
Matoaka, 218 tons, Fo .ks. at Robb's Mill, from
Baltimore, discharging-StreeL Bros k on.
J E Simmoos, 231 tons, Yonng. at Gai co's wharf,
for Jacksonville, ready-H F Baker k co.
L A Edwards. - tous. Howland, at Central
wha-f, irom New York, discharging-H F
Baker 4 co.
Elias Moore, - tons, DeGroot, lu the Stream,
from Baltlm re. Just arri veil-Street Bron * co.
The British Bark ANEVOCA. H. Williams, ?A
Master, having two-thirds other c.irgo en-SB
gaged and going on board, will have immediate
Apply to HENRY CARD,
pOR POET SUMTES
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, Bare and comfortably appointed A*
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf SB
BTE BT DAV, at 10 o'olock morning, and 8 o'olock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG, '
novu On Board.
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
.The splendid Steamers,
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOW8:
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TUESDAY KVENINO, at8 o'cl >ck.
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY EVENING?, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER!
Returning, DIUT vTOR lews Palatk ? FRIDAY
MOUSING and 8avannnh SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATUROAT AFTERNOON.
Returning, CITY POIVT le-v-* Palaika MON?
D?T MORNING Jacksonville TUBSDAY MORNING?
savannah WKDNBSDAY MORNING, arriving here
WEDNBSD'T AFTERNOON m
For Frelnht or Passage, having First-class Ac?
commodations, apply tn
RAVEN'-'L k CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and Ea -c Bay.
"JgXC?RSIO?? TO PHOSPHATE WORKS,
Bv request of vldtors. the favorite . _ ^TT^w
Steamer.VT. HELENA Camala "" prnfijTl
ter Christian, will lenve as abnve fni. Mouuc
P.easant Ferry Co's Wharf, foot of M.irfcet Mtreet,
at h ilf past 9 o'clock, on SATURDAY MORNING,
Fare lor the Round Trip, $1. Children 60 cents.
N. B.-Tully will be ou board to furnish refresh?
ments W. fi. WALKER,
?Doors, Sashes an? Oiin?s
P. P. TOALE,
manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Hayne street?
FACTORY, HOBLBEC K7d WflABP.
ON. WET)Tmt?i%?jttt 8tH, AT 10
O'CLOGK A. .M. \
HEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side wheel fitearnshlp
SOOTH CAROLINA, Beckett,-oomman'der. will
sall for New York on; WVDNBSDAY.,, May ?h.
at io o'clock A. M., from Pier No. % union
Through Billa of Lad lng to Liverpool and the
New England clues aa usual.
Insur-nce b; Steamers or this Llnejfpercent.
Far Freight or Passage Engagement-?.having
very tine Deck Stateroom accommod .tiona, apply
to WAGE NEB, BUGER A CO., No 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY;No. i:Umon Wharves.
may2 , ,, -,. , . ?_?.. - ?
jp OB NEW YOEE.
HEW YORK. AND . CHARLESTOS
?; . vv- .
ESTABLISHED 1845. .
The very fast add/popular ?n ie wheel SteamsMp
MANHATTAN. M. M. Woodhull Oom mander, wm
sall for the above port on SATUSDAT, May 4, at?
o'clock P. M. .' .
The MAN H \TT?N ls one of the fastestateauv
ships on the At ism tc coast, and Is .handsomely
and comfortably fl ted ab for pas engere.
JO? Marine Insurance by this I ne naif percent.
fT?- Through Billa of Lading given on ottcn to
Llvero' ol. Boston,. Providence,, Smd the Hew Eng?
land m iriufacturtng towns! ".' " ' ' ''?"F
For Preight or Pisatge Engagement* apply, to
aprao-6 JA*E8 ADGEK ?? ,"??.. ?genta.
EHE FHIIiA?ELPHlA IBON : STEAM
TOE FIRST CLASS IRON 80KEW STEAMSHIPS
' VIRGINIA,' ' Captain. Hinckley,
. GOLF STREAM, Captain Hanter,
Are.now regularly on tno'LineV^
class Bea connection between- Philadelphia- and
utmriesmn, and In alliance/-with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, alford rapid transportation
to and from all point? in the Cotton States,- and
I Co and from. Cincinnati, - St. Louis, Chicago and
! tne principal cities of the Northwest Boston,
Providence and the Eastern' Mannfac tcring Oho
I cres. in ' ?'?? -'-,*-? RU
ss- The VIRGINIA is appointed to safi-irom
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY,/May Sd. at'U'MT
SST The GULF STREAM will lotlOWAf D?W;tf
- For particulars of Frei g nt arranaements, ap ply
to WM. A. ./COURTENAY, TJnlon WMrvea;
W. P. OLTDE A! GGv General Agents, No. ia
south Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. .
apr27,_, ,' ? '-' '
OE BAL T I M O BB.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED , , ,
THE CITIF S .OP- THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN. - ~
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Barnie. Oom
msnder. win sail for Baltimore, on FRIDAY, 8?
May, at 3 o'olock P. M . ' . . iTTT:.
.A9- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to. that
city bj railroad from Ba .timor? without addi*
tlonal Insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to s imple and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Pnuadelphl u
For Freight or Passage apdv to''
PAUL 0. TREN HOLM, Agent,
apr20-6 :._ \p. 2 Union Wharves.
^NCHOB LINK STEAMERS,
SAIL EYERY WEDNESDAY. AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from -ir tTiT??L
Railway Biatlon or Seaport In '^ffntSi
Britain, ireland, Norway, Swedeu. Denmark, ger?
many, France, Holland, Belgium, and the United
AT LOWEST CURRENCY RATE3.
Cabin Fare from New York t<> Glasgow, Liver?
pool. Londonderry or Queenstown, $76 and $66.
Intermediate, $33. steerage, $26. ' m
DRAFTS ISSUED FOR ANT AMOUNT. -?
Parties seuulog. for their friends in the i Old
Country can purchase ticket< at reduced rates.
For further particulars apply to the Agents,?
Ho 7 Bow lng Green, N. Y.
Orto . DOUGLAS NISBET.
aprll-3mo8n'*w Sonth'ern Wharf.
JpAOIFlO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMTY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY R ED COED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pier ^fsfWfc.
No. 42, North River, font of CanaiJS??fi;
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the BS
and 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on >unday, then the -aturda v p receding.
All depar;nrea connect, a'. Panama with ?team*
era for South Pacific and Cent' al American porta,
Departure of 16th roaches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan an I China,-steam?fa leave San Fran*
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls oa
sunday ; then on the day preceding. ? '
No california steamers touch ar Havana, bat go
direct from New York to Aspluwall *
One hundred pound* b igirage tree to each adult
Medicine and attendance free. -.;
For Passage Ticket." or other information apoly
at the COMPAS Y'8 TICKET OFFICE on the wharf
foot of Ganai street, North River, New vork.
Jaly28-lyr P. R. BABY. Agent
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO S I REE rt
TBR?E DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS ND TOBACCO of aU kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
Call and examine stock before baying else?
WILLI A RT SC II ROD BR, Proprietor.
H. B.-The Wheel or-'Fortune constant j on
hand. Invest 26 cents and try your luck. .