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THE DAILY NEWS.
A Song of Age.
"Who mourns? Flow on. delicious bref se I
Who mourns, thou h youth and etreogtn go hy 7
Fresh leaves Invest the vernal trees.
Fresh airs will drown my latest sigh.
Of earth's gre*t wh >le that lifts more high
A tempest trwaboued brow each morn.
To meet pore b^tma and azure sky ?
Thoa world-renewing breath, sweep on,
And waft earth's aweetnos? o'er the wave !
Tkat earth will circle rotud the ran
When God takes back the life Be gave I
To each bis turn 1 Even now I feel
Iks ft et of > hildren press my ?rav->,
And oas deep whisper o'er it st al
.The soul ii His who died to sara."
PRESIDENT GRANT AND TSE
TBE SPHINX DENOUNCED ON ALL SIDES.
RndlcsUism zuta h std lt? Day.
' The Repablican journal9 are making fierce
onslaughts upon Grant and the administration,
anti, so far, the new President seems to have
vtftde thousands of enemies without securing
one friend-outside of his family.
Tho Washington correspondent of the Now
York Herald, writing on tho 2d, talks very
plainly and says :
The experience of the most observing men
it-the capital does not recall a period in the
history of any admiui.itra.tion chowing a paral?
lel ia the diBeatiefaction that now prevails in
the party io power, in consequence of the ex?
traordinary distribution of the official patron?
age. Tba scones and scrambles that have
been exhibited here daring the past two
months have been beyond comparison disgust?
ing, and, almost beyond the hope ot r econ cilia
The greater portion of the prevalent disoon
tent has been occasioned by the peculiar acd
extraordinary nee the President has made of
bia a ppeinting prerogative; and if there have
been no open and positive demonstrations, ex?
pressive of disapprobation and indicative of the
moat positive evidence of dissatisfaction, it4s
attributable to an overruling necessity to pr??
serve the political peace, ra th er than to the exist?
ence of a predominating spirit of toleration
IUhe asseverations of members may be re?
garded as conclusive testimony, they were, in
numerous instances, utterly powerless to serve
their constituents m the way of appointments,
from the fact that the Presiient had appto
pri?tes so manv places for friends whom he
desired to gratify by oo??.ning upon them I
tome, pla ce ol honor or profit.
-?S one Mate, in which there were but four
important offices to confer, it is .firmed that
the President appropriated two, and made tba I
appointments against the remonstrance of the
entire delegation for the mere gratification of a
personal wish. But snob comp anita are na- j
rnerous, and there ia scarcely a member who I
ia ready to confesa to any obligation to the
appointing- power for the recognition of a sin- 11
g/U recommendation for office. I
In very fair ins anees bas the President been i
amooeastol tn calling forth public approbation I j
Ia reference ia bia appoio t me o ta. The Quaker .
enter pi iee waa intended aa the maater ?troke
of policy. - Congressmen at first yielded a I '
ready assent, probably because they, were im- 11
pressed with tbe novelty of Bending the
straight ooria among the Indians ; tnt. very j
soon they discovered that the Indian agencies I 1
were too good offices to U row away upon snob !
BO undemonstrative ohsa of citizana. Borne :
thought the Quaker appointments were desi ra- '
We,- because the Friends weald conciliate th?
aa vages and there would be no more fighting.
But now it appears that (he qjakers have
nothing to do with baying the Indian supplies.
lb thia bran oh of ti > e business there rnsv oe as
?mob obeating as heretofore, and the Q uah era 1
wfll have nothing todo bot to distribute the :
trinket* and inculcate the principles of pa I :
tienoe and forbearance. Another canee ot j
complaint ia that the Quakers are assigned to
tba peaceful Indians, where their conciliatory i
ornees are not essential. It is an experiment i
whioh the politicians wilt survive the failure bf,
.van if it should bury the President. ?
Bat with ail the discontent President Grant
does aa he pleases. Now that the appoint
- manta are chiefly made and Congressmen are ,
not. here to impurtdae bim, ho bas betaken I ,
himself to enjoyment. He ia not naturally a
laborious man. A notion has prevailed that be ! i
leans somewhat .to the other extreme. It is I i
.viden; that neis not a student. H . does not I
weary himself with reading th? good and bad
things thA J?p%ra a?y of bim; he is-satisfied j
With |be nally developments in political mat- ;
tan and foregoes the pieaauie of any deep re- I ?
??arches m commentaries upon constitutional <
ane^^eeWon is fndbrablo from his hither- t
to interese m the eadine family. He will en
- Joy ate excursions near home, and go to Cali- f
fornia wheo be ge? .time; ile arni dine General
.Lee, appoint raaoostriio'ted' rebels in spite of M
the scolding of madam the doo tresa of Byra- j
a^s^aadlatbii brood, m area run in tba Waite. ?
ffmWJMm toW? p4^a8urc of seeing them ,
from the windows ot the executi/e chamber,
bite meantime, the ebsseua iona will progress <
bx the psi tn, the army ot (iisap Donated office
seekers will bold their me m bera rasponsiblo 1
te' their dis?ppomWnt,. tho member? wiU j
.barge the failure to Grant, who, arnon? them I '
?5? oa)mc^ejmi^iA\M^V^<>^ ^d (
W?a, amid Ute ganeraJgrumbling and diaqnie- 11
tode, will contraire to prefer bis relatives and c
Woad?, white tn? " Ttrbt Barnaoles " are at I
Tho queatum now to be solved is whether I c
the Bepubtacsn party, like 8eoatnr Sprague'a ,
doga, aaa hail: its day. IT it bas sirene th 1
mwth to bear apjgainat the prevaiiing mat: i
twlMM. and dfaoonsiofiB produced by the dis - |
fjaa?telsil ?nanos ?tiinu.hAVO been enacted since li
the insu; orari on, it may survive the shook of I
adwsrae fortune; bail spare te no prospect of I
iahet from these mternal commotions. Bol
kag a?tb? present syBtem prevails of making I
wvernment patronage available to party ase I
. there will be aa augmentation of hostile feel-1 ?
Sawn bat a OOBitaati reiteration of censorious >
?ad revengeful ?en timon ts. With the exoep- "
fifetttbo eminent oceonant of the White :
Hooae, scarcely adlstingnished and efficient 11
.apporter of the administration ia ready to "
WaWJsa that ba>. ia ?atiafled with the past or ] 1
.?*B0mil With tho proa poets ot the future. The 11
rebellion, aa tho dresa reformera afinnetLmade ,
Gnat President, and ii made the Republican
^pgfe^Tbere are some who predict that the :
Preeidecti?ncN?S^iSy"^ be travelling dif- ]
feront Baad*, when Congreas OCUvenes a gam. '
Upon the main question the Chicago Tri- Id
bane, the leading fie publican organ of the] 1
Northwest, says : j J
: When G?nerai Grant was inducted into the
Ptaaadential office, on the 4th of March last, be p
waa a?ronger in tb? respect and confidence of *
the people than any other man who bas filled I ?
that high office during the present g?n?ration. I
a . a OQ UiAt day it may be safely said that ,
President Grant was the strongest man bx
Ghriatendom ; for his power waa rooted in the 11
affections, of a free people. There bas been a 1
Change. Two months have passed away and it t
cannot be affirmed that we have a strong ad- <
amtotetration. Its moral power bas been brit- ,
teredaway bv small absurdities. . . . Gen?
eral Grant's first m stake consisted in bis sap- 1
posa og tbat a government is the sa..io 1
thing as an . army. . . * To oarry .
on a government statesmen are needed j
who understand the ideas, tbe wants i
abd temperament of the people, and whose
conjoin experience and wisdom may 1
form a body of opinion ii harmony with the 1
nation or at least with tbe party in pow -r. Ii i
there be a statesman in General Grant's Cabi- 8
net be bas yet to make himself known aa such
to th? public. To begiu at tbe beginning, the
Secretary of t? ta'o d ^-a not know the men. or '
Nie icea. or th- gaaatry at th? present day;
nor do they kn^wam. . . . It ia probable l
taut he "Was sar a.uch eur prised when he
Wis called to fiil uio foremost place in the Cab- *
met as bis countrymen were. He has come '
down to as trop- a former generation. . * . j
Bat be is not the mau to conduct oar diplo- '
nv ey. hor ia he tue. man to take a leading i
position in a gi cat, and progressive govern- ,
?tent. .- . * The second mistake of the i
yiCBidtint (and the one which has perhaps t
weakened, him-moet in pub Lc estimation) is 1
his eagern sa to ?ppoiut personal friends aud 1
xehtivesi to office. Ia this behalf ba has fur?
nished a target to tba enemy where all their
shot a take efiVot, and noe upon him alone, bat
upon the psr.'y which elected him. lu appoint?
ing Mr. W.ishbur e Secretary cf State, as a 1
mere matter of compliment, be trifled with I
the dignity of the highest office ia his gift.
A compliment of this nature ought not to ,
have beou u bei conferred or accepted. The
offioe is too bigh to be made an instrument ot
K-ateneas. More (han naif the votes aga! st 1
e repeal of he Office lenore law were mane 3
by this act. . . . Why, it may be a>kod. I
do aesav these'hings? 1 he aus.wer is two- .
fold, in i Le first place they ne rlready ,
?nowa-everybody ? talkwg about thom, in 1
the eirvets, oatLe boise cars, m the ruilroud ?
trains, in the cub tooms, around tne euchre ?
taoles and evwywheie except in tbe Ex entire i
Mansion. The facta cannot be more pnbhc
than the; are. In the second place it is nee
esaary, as we conceive, that there should bf a
ch inge. There moat be a Cabinet, wit h states?
manship in it, and there must be an end to
nop tism in the ROverum mt, because the re?
spect and confidence of the public cannot be
retained where the former is wanting and
where the latter abounds. Without the reaped
and confidence of the public no administration
can have any vitality.
The Boston Advertiser, Sumner's organ
yelps in chorus, thus :
Many ot the appointments which thc Presi?
dent made by advice were not less fortunato.
These were crowded by sheer physical loree
through the openinar which Mr. Washburne
left. They were for the moBt part of politi?
cians with a local reputation, endorsed by exe?
cutive committees and members of Congress,
and gilled with an infinite capacity for "ding
donging" their claims, as Senator Trumbull
disparigioglv called it, into the ears of the un?
happy officer who-bad to answer their demands.
Tho number of theie is, perhaps, not larger
than wou'd have successfully mn the gauntlet,
whoever had been President, while the present
pernicious system is in force. Bat it is large
cnongh to have moderated to some extent the
enthusiasm with which the new administration
was launched,and to lead many thoughtful and
observing men for the moment to look upon
the ventare with divided emotions.
And the New York Herald caps the climax in
a leading article as follows :
The fact has become (latant that the Repub?
lican party ?B tho most corrupt that ever
cursed oar land. Oaring the war its leaders
tell opon the national treasury and tho public
credit like so many] ravenous wolves. Their
jobs aid robberies in the way of army
contracte, ia the sale of rotten old hulks
for transports, in the building of new
war vessels that proved shells or abor?
tions, and in overruling connected with sup
Ebee, including providions, clotbmg, forage,
ospital stores, aud^o on to the end of tho
catalogne, for the nae of the army and
oavy, were enongh to appal any other people
than the Ameiican. These depiaved and hun?
gry leaders, with appetites for the spoils of
ornoo still lingering irrtheir insatiable mawB,
have now fastened upon the Senate of the Uni?
ted States, and, with an avariciousness that
spurns ?ll compromise, reason and control, de?
mand that no appointment shall be made with?
out their having a finger ii the selection, la
the homely phrase ot a Western senator, they
are persisteoly "ding-donging" every merah, r
or that body; and, it ia mortifying to acknow?
ledge, they have in that body friends and con?
freres as corrupt as themselves, who are ready
and are employed to do their bidding in mak?
ing Indian treaties, ailowine enormous grants
of land for private purposes, and engaging in
other scandalous practices, besides encourag?
ing fraudulent appointments to office.
/tttandal oii? tommrriol.
?Tnt Ctuurletton money market.
THURSDAY, May 6, 1869.
With tome few exceptions the market remains'un?
changed. Business In securities ls dull, and bat
few transactions have bean effected during the week.
Southern bank bills have increased in value. City
stock has depredated since the installation of Phls
Irary, and is now dull at 58. Fire loan bonds have | ?
Ul en from 75 to 70. State securities ire in better
xi or, sod have advanced slightly. Tho People's and
irrst National Bank Stocks are quoted at 100.
. SOOT naas nain irma,
Bank of Camden.76 & oo
Bank of Charleston.70 000
Bank of Cheater.ll 000
Bank of Georgetown.ll (SOO
Bank of Hamborg.7 ?00
Bank of Newberry.68 @00
Bank Of South Carolina.2C ?00
Bank of State of S Carolina, prior to 1861.18 ?00
Bank of Stateof H. Carolina,after 1st Jan..
Commercial Bank. Columb a.3 6400
Exchange Baa*, Columbia.....ll (?COO
Farmers' and Exchange Bunk, CbarWton.00 000
Merchant's Bank.Cheraw.10 010
People's Bank, Charleston.77 wm)
Planter's Bain of Fairfield.6 ?00 1
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charleston.77 000 | I
Sooth western Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Ballroad Bank, Charleston.
State Bank, Charleston.0 @<>0
Onion Bank, Charleston.95 cf 00
City of Charleston Change Bills.96 ($00
SUte S. Carolina Treasury Notes.92 093
BONOS. ST OCXS AMD COUPONS.
City of Colombia Bonds.05 ?67
City of Columbia Coupons.....80 @0o <
Sooth Carolins Railroad and Bank Stock 1
(whole snares).45&0OO ,
.outii Carolina Ballroad (half shares).22^300
i. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.75 ?00 1
5. C. K. B. Seven Per Cent. B'ds.81 &00 t
I 0. Railroad Certificated!" Indebtedness.75 (300
?ty of Charleston Six Per Ct. Stock..dull.68 (ito
;ity of Charleston Fire Loan Bouda.70 ?00
(Ute of Sooth Carolins Bonds toidi.74 (g,00
Itate of 8oulh Carolina Bonds (new issue.
of January 1,18G7I.72 @73
?tate cf booth Car 'Una bonds (issued for
Bank of the State bills).Cl (800
itate of liouth Carol;n a Mock.65 ?00
itate of Sooth Carolina Coupons.65 ?00
People's National Bank Stock.106 ?00
First National Bank Stock.106 ?00
3reenville and Colombia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.66 @00
Greenville and Colombia 1st Mortgage
Northeastern B? B. 1st Mortgage Bonds.83 000
Northeastern R.B. Itt Coupons (patt due).60 ?00
Northeastern B. B. Certificates ol Indebted?
marleston Gas Company stock.31 (Sil)?
Jharleston City Railway Stock.51X?i0
marleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
?State guarantee).60 000
avannah and Charieston Ballroad Stock. 16>i ?18
llty of Savannah Bonds.'...93 000
Sty of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st Jone, 1866).96 000
Uty of Savannah Coupons idoe after lat
Jone, 1866).96 0CO
lemphia and Charleston Ballroad Stock. .44 ?46
lemphls and Charleston Railroad Bonds.85 000
lemphls and Charleston R. R, Coonans. .93 000
THE VHARLbSTON MARKET.
[KB THE WXKK XKDIKO THTJHBDAT, MAT 6.1
COTTON.-The business in this article for the
reek Jost terminated has been marked by flatness
cd inactivity, the policy of caution? buying being
?U?*presenta stature at all points, and which
rill continue US ul the 'cotton gooda demand as?
umes a more profitable character. Prices in the
Sn?.Uah market, ander Ute ii flasnce of depressed
rads and small sales, thow a t eau ency to decline,
Ld mi J diing upland*, which at the beginning of the
reek were quoted at ll j-?d fell off to ll j?j ; st New
fork ta? value ot good tirades, of wiikh the stock is
ight, have been general y weU ? up por Led, sud mid
linus have been at about i8J?c; and st this point
rbile the better qoaluies have sus tuned steady
Ignres, the eommpn kinds bav? been eitler. It is
00 early in the season fur spy development to take
lace whian will effect the *mos?nt ol the staple to be
Town this tesson, bot the limited revers fr m mott
ectloc e ap to this time are rather favorable".
The Liverpool and New York markets have shown
ha following movements during the week, as re?
torted by telegraph: On Friday, April S3, the f or?
ner was quint, tales 10,000 nales uplands ll J.d.;
ne latter was steady, sales 3000 bales st 28K@28Xc.
)n Saturday the former was que , tales 8000 bales,
1 plan Ja n%d.; the latter was rteadlor, sales 1500
Mles st 28Xc Cn Monday the tormer closed eastsr,
?ales 8000 bales, oplands n%d. ; the latter wat
iteadv, sales 8600 bales, at 28*, c. On Tnosday the
'ormerwas null, yarns and tabri.-a at Manchester
wing heavy, sales 6000 bales, uplands li^l; the
atter was unchanged, sal s 4200 btlet at ijjfc. On
Wednesday the former wat du 1 and onchtuged,
isles 8000 bales; the latter was .lull, sales 3500 bales
>t 2sJ?c- Yesterday the former wa quiet and stea
ly at li Sid, eales lo.OOO balej; tho litter wa? firm at
lbs stocks ol the staple at present in eight is ts
follows : .
Jto-k In Liverpool. 85'000 526,230
afloat from India. 236.1X? 2I4.U0O
?float from America. Is2.u03 155 000
>tock in London. 7(1 WO f3.88f
afloat tor Louoon. 70 001 Su.uCO
Stock m Havre. 38 777 20.469
I float for UavTK. 47 ?93 44 551
stork in Bremen. 44 8 0.35 >
\float tor Hreaou. 11846 6 614
stock tu United states .-uri-.... 28s 8-4 2S1 574
Stock m the interior tow..s. 3 u 5 2?>. 1-3
Total.1. 67 833 l,307.7urt
Excess in visible tup ny... 60,127
Stock of cotton held by Manchester s inners at
the mills now 63 COO bales; samo timo 18G8, 3i>o,000
?ales, oeldding uplands now llj?d.; t..ea l2Jid.
The arriva s of the article at this pori for tho ?fr k
ihow a suspension of tbe supply of na Isl; nda. only
>jeba*of tbis quality bivi g tome to i a d, while
he rece.pt? of uplands Blow a s u H increase on last
rear, and aere 2077 b --es, against 2 bugs of sea
isl<nds and 1957 bules otuplaul- tho week before,
md 69 baas ol sea island- uni Kl on dis, and 150 J
?U s ot aplasds for ihn corr spinning ecu last
rear. These supplies h-VJ come ir.? II ih;- fol io? i -g
ionices : say o: up'unds pet -o.'h Carolina Bail
N?J, 196J balee: per Nortbca,orn Bi road, 115;
from Florid! 20 bile* ; or sea islands, p r North?
eastern Railroad, one bag.
Toe transactions In this market for tbe week have
been afi follows :
On Friday, April SO the article was in moderate
request; sales?30 bales; ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 28@26?. low middling 27, and mid?
dling 97J<o f* lb.
On Saturday buyers operated lightly, thc market
.remaining without change; sales 151 bales; quota?
tions tho same ns the day before.
On Monday there was soma demand from buyers,
and in a few transactions prices were slightly easier,
but sellers generally held steadilj ; sales 326 bales;
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 28@28?,
low middling 27, and middling 27??c fl Si.
On Tuesday thebetter qualities of tbe article were
steady In consequence of their scarcity, but the
lower grades beirg more plentiful had a declining
tendency; sales about ICO bale?; ordinary to good
ordinary being quoted at 25 *??2GU, lew iLlddhng
27. and middling st 27j4c lb.
On Wednesday there was but little inquiry, with
sales ol about 200bales; qaotMions closing some?
what nominal at the rates ot lae day before.
On yesterday the market wa? active at unchansed
prices; sales near OOO bales, viz: 2 at 20; 2 a* 24; 2 at
25?; 17at2G; 124at 20.Ki; 308 at 26?; 103 at 26X; 16
at 26?; 160 at 27; 18 at 27 Ki ; 2 ? t 27? ; 5 at 27? : cc
at 27?? ; 2 at 28?, and 1 at 29. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.?
Lew noddling.27 fe
By New York classification we quote:
SEA ISLAND COTTON.- I he receipts were unimpor?
tant being one bag for the week. There bas been a
moderate inquiry for this class of the staple, and
quotations have generally been fairly Hrtaiqcd. We ,
note sales of a'-out 200 bags of Floridas and se i isl- .
andsi among which were 4 Floridas at 60; 5 at 65; 23
at 00; 5 at GI ; ?0 at 62; 4 at 62?; 13 at 20 at 70; of ,
sea Islands, 7 at 60; 6 at 80; 4 at 90; 6 at 95; 3 at $1. .
We quote comm n Florida? at50@60c; medium ?0 i
@70o fl lb Medium sea islands may be quoted at 1
65076; fine 80c@$l ft Ss. ,
Telegrams were received hero during the week, ,
announcing the appearance of tbe cotton caterpillar .
la Florida, the information coming from sources en- (
tlrely reliable, lt attracted atttntion, and further ?
intelligence will be looked for with anxiety. ]
BICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough have been
light. The business in the grain has been limited,
the course of prices showing no i nportant change (
dormir tho week. The charge tor the tierces having ^
ceased, as demand cl by buyers, on. quotations for (
the*iutuie will be on that basis unless otherwise
iUted. Tbe transactions have been aome 2f 0 tierces
rf clean Carolina, among which were 10 at 1% ; 13 at 1
3; 60 at 8)?; 67 at 8?o fl rb. We quote common to 3
rair clean Carolina at 7?@8o; good 8?i8?c ft rb.
NAVAL SIOBttts-The arriTSls have been 858 bbls !
spirits turpentine, 899 obis rosin, and 681 bbls crude i
turpentine. The spirits turpentine sold at 40941c
P ga'lon. 99 bbls of ei'ra pale rosin brought $7; j
100 bbls of pale at 86@6 50 ; 80 bbls of low pale at }
K 50; 111 I bis of No. 1 at $4 60@5; 73 bbls of dull ?
md opaque at $4; 33 low Ko. 1 at $2 75; 317 No. 2 st
(190; 65 No. 3 at $1 80. 424 bbls virgin turpentine
irere sold at ti 26; 207 bbls ot soft at ?2 70; 50 bbls 4
if hard mixed and dirty at tl 55?2 40. '
HAT-There waa received about SOO bales of '
Eastern qualities, which being par: lally damaged,
wa' aold art unsound. The general business has "
been only af a retail character. 1
COEN.-The arrivals were a cargo of 6900 bushels
from Alexandria, Va., and about. 4000 bushels by s
steamer fro.-ii Baltimore. While the inquiry for this
rrain is moderate, a steady demand prevails both for j
country and city consumption, snd we note sales of j
white Maryland at $1 0431 07 ft bushel, weight, bags
Included; and a cargo of nightly mixed Virginia,
sompoecd of 2100 bushels, in bulk, and :-700 In bags, "
)n private terms. Small lots of prime white arc sold fi
n a Jobbing way at about $110 fl bushel, weight, "
Mgs in luded.
FLOUR - here has baen a modorat* inquiry for
his article with som? diminutiou in the stock, pri?
ses generally ratinsr as before. We quote Northern
md Weitem super at $C 75@ 7 ft hoi ; extra at $7 26 1
?388 25 fl bbl ; family at $8 50?9 fl bbl. and extra i
'amby st 810? ll fl bbl. Eoutborn qualities are in ??
?mall sto-k and may bo quoted at S8@8 6t fl 1 bl. for
raper ; ?9?9 60 fl bol. for extra, and ilOiyll fl '
jul. for extra and cbolco family. Campsen's City
Dill? are s liing at 88 BO fl bbl. for super ; $9 50 fl I
>bl. for extra, and 811 60 ft bbl. for extra and choice
a ai I ly. 5
B ICON-Is in limited stock, but continued in .
noders tc requtst, without mpoitant chango In |
ates. We quote pilme ohonldera at 16c. fl rb. ;
>rime clear rib aides at 18@18? fl rb. Dry salted
ihoulders may be quoted at 14c., and aldea at 17c.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-Messrs. Risley &
Creighton sold during the week a shipment of sugar
md niel'"?ea, cons sting mostly of the cargo ex J
cbooner Nel le Carr from Maysguez (P. H.) Fifiy- f
Ive hilde. Porto nico sugars solo at 13?; 22 pun- r
hoon- Porte Bieo molasses at 72?; 20 puncheons jj
'orto Rico mollases nt 67?; 45 do. do at 66?; 15do. 1
lo. at 65?; also, 40 hogsheads Muscovado molasses f
t 48a. fl gallon, and 60 bogst eada clayed do. at 45?
?46?e. V galios.
BU TTE?.-There la a moderate atock prime of ^
towhee. With pioepects of rerelpts ot new crop R
rices aro eaaier, and we quote prime at 48(3Gee lb. V
restera sod other lower grades sell from 30? 10 c. \
\ fb, as In quality. \
SALT.-Store loto are held at $2@210 fl sack. ?
?rcela from tbe wharf at 8190.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market for this article \
aa been quiet. Gunny cloth 45? inches wide and G
? SM to the yard, ls held at 23?@24c Dundee
anging, 44 inches, 1? Sis. for the yard, ia held
t 30?35c. Sea island bagging, 45 hachea wide, 2
ia. for the yard, is held at 45c. =
HOPE.-The demand for rope is moderate, and t
rices are somewhat nominal at quotations. Wo
no? hemp at - cents fl lb. ; greenleaf at U cents, _
nd jute at R??9 eento fi pound.
EBON BANDS ANO TIES for cotton, ortho most
pproved patterns, are offered on the market, at 7 -
Be??. . J
TIM BEB AND LUMBER.-The stock of ibis
rt ldc on the market is very small and receipts
pot. We quote timber for milling purposes irom
6S88 fl M. Shipping timber at 813 and upwurds; L
A a 6-4 flooring ia v*iy scarce, and would command
16^17 fl M. Bright lumber, good merchantable ;
rom dty milla, cut to cize from 22 325 by the N
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Bios tu, we
note ?d on uplands, and "id on sea Island;
3 sail, ?d on uplands, ?d on sea island",
[avre nominal. To the West Ind ie?, Cu'ianpirts
ortb. side, on lumber, 89 00 in gold, and 810
i>uth side. Coastwise-To New York by steam Jj
ic ft lb on uplands, and lo. on ssa islands, ?
1 fl tierce on rice; by sail, nominal fl balcon up- F
?nd?, and-H tierce on rice; on boards 87 50? c
fl M, on rc*.a wed lumber 810 fl M, <>n timber
-. To Boston, by "steam, via Baltimore, nominal
n eottcii and - 9 tierce on rice; by anil 0-16?
io fl rh on cotton, 812 00 fi M. on rcsawed lumber -
nd 813 00 fl M. on timber. To PhiUdclphia, - ,
? tb on upland cotton by steam and -c. V ?
b by soil; 00 flooring boardj 18 fl M.; on re- ?
awed lumber, 8>0; on timber, 810 50 fl M. j
Lo Baltimore, by steam, cotton nominal, oa up. T
and through to Philadelphia, via feaitlinoro, -; t
- % tierce on rico; phosphates, ';l 2000 lb H., - m '
jaokiges, in bulk as per ag-ccmuut; lumber t
r M 88? 10. as in size; wheat r1 bushel. - in suck-, !
By ibis line to Philadelphia on cotton, - ; nco *
fl I'crre -; phosphate per ten. - In packages. ;
jy ?-ail on boarjds and scantling, hence to Ualtimoro, ;
18; on liunber810; phosphates $5.
EXCHANGE.- Sterhnit Bills-Thc rato yesterday j
ras- li7?147? for sixty day bills.
DOMKSXio LXCHANOK.-The banna are purchasing ,
light checka on New ?orkpur; 6 day s ? discount ;
rhcy are selling sight cb*cks at ? proie.
GOLD.-Tho brokers wero 3 esicrday buying at
15, : nd selling at 36. *
Interior Cotton markets.
NEWBEUUY. May 4.-'Jo.toneasy at "rom 25a25?.
SC iITEit. April L-About 20 bales sold during the j
reek at 25a. 0 :
MONTGOMERY, May 4.-Oct'on quiet hut steady;
ow UilCdlingS selii"g very roidily at 23?c.
rOLUMBU*. Mav 3.-IK-raind canilnuos fair for ?
)etter prid's; ni Id bing? '?io; wrnhotise sales 106 !
lalo*; ree'lpts 47 baie-; tht m?nt? 1U7 l?a'os.
M*OON, Muy 4.-'Ile maltet op> u"il this mom- <
ni wi h a g'tod Healan >. ai.tl sales wore inadj at :
I! ?0 for mi-Idling*. Ih<- ?loon di?i .veli B auiiouu 0
i Klightdic inc iu ibu Liva.-p.pol ai.d New Yon; mar
t?-ts audio .. o- a-qu-fc tho demail tell off heie.
Heeeir>:8 to-d^y io ba.es; shipments 171 bales; sales ,
m t ales. 1 !
Exports for thc Week ending riiarsoay
HAVANA-Per Rehr Mineda-14,(100 feet Lumber,
35 bbla Bc6in. 5 empty Barrels.
BABADAS-Per British sehr W H CIearo-60 bbJs
Flour. 40 obis Potatoes, 1 hhd Shoulders, 1 box
Cry Ooods, and 3600 feet Lumber.
BOSTON-Per sehr iscud-5U bales Cotton, SI tons
Metal, and 156 cases Clay.
NEW YOBK-Per steamship Magno'ia-ll bags Pea
Island Cotton. 691 bales Uplaud Colton, 117 bales
Tarn, 196 tierces Rice, 138 bbla Bostn. 25 bun
dies Pa i er, 40 casks Clay, 35 emity Beer Barrels,
0)1 packages fruit and Vegetable?. 48 Pacages.
-Per steamship Manhattan-K9 bags sea
I land cotton, 865 bales Upland Colton, 25
bbls Bosio, 162 bales Yira, 2G casks Clay, 110
empty Barrels, 1C20 packages Vegetables, 71
p. ckaces sundries, 2 Horses, 1 Carriage... Per
sehr Tatikee Blade-25,000 feet Lumber, 80,000
feet Tin.ber. *
BALIIMOBE- Per sleamsbip Maryland-130 tierces
Rice, 163 bbls Boain, 227 bales Cotton. 145 casks
Clay, 51 bales Tarn, ll bales Bags, 17 bbls Phos?
phates. 25,000 feet Lumber, 739 packages Vege?
tables.Per steamship Falcon-189 tn les Up?
land Cotton, 159 tierces Ri e, 13 bales Bags, 1
bale WooL 20 bbls Rosin, 16,000 feet Lumber,
308 packages Vegetables, and sundries.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, Hay6-Noon.-Consols 93V Bonds 80V
Afternoon.-Bonds flat, 79 V
LrviiipooL, May C-Noon.-Cotton firmer but not
higher; uplands ll Vi ; Orleans 13d; sales 8003 bales.
Afternoon-Cotton quiet and steady; sales will
prubably reach 10,000 bales. Pork 102s OJ. Tal?
Evening-Cotton easier; uplands lljjd; Orleans
12d; sales 10,000 bales. Fine rosin 15s. Turpen?
NEW TOBI, May C-Noon.-Money sharp at 7.
Sterling 9V Cold 36V Cotton firm at 28%c. Tur?
pentine weak at 36V:- Rosin firm; strained S2 65.
Evening.-Cotton in good demand, closing quiet;
?los 4500 bales, at 28J?c. i lour dull ; superfine SS 60
15 95; common to fair extra Southern $6 60a6 90.
Wheat heavy and 2i3c lower. Corn heavy and Ia2c
lower. a>ork and lard quiet Whiskey,98o. iSice
inlet; Carolina 8Vi9c. Sugar in lair request. Naval
itores quiosr*Freighti qu et; on cotton? by steam
WA Money generally easy at 7 per cont. Sterlng
Inner at 9<f a9V Gold quiet? at 30 V Stocks very
rregular. Governments inactive but steady. 62's
BALTIMORE, May 6 -Cotton steady. Flour quiet
md dull. Wheat firmer; good to primo red SI 90a2;
J?rn closed dull; white 84a86c; yellow 85,83c. Oats
lull at 73&T5.-. Provisions unchanged, Whiskey
CINCINNATI, May 0.-Whiskey firm at 93. Mess
x>ikS3L Bacon held firmly; shoulders 13;L4; sides
.7; demand light. Lard-primo held st 17.
ST. LOUIS, May 6-Whiskey 90. Pork heavy at
(31. Should tia 13; clear sides 17. Lari dud and
Looif-vn.EE, May 6.-Provisions firm, loess pork
131 253315i>. Shoulders 18VU3J? ; clear fades 17??a
7V Lard steady. Whiskoy-raw 92a93; rectified
>6caSl 20, according to proof.
WILMINGTON, May 6.-Spirits turoentlne quiet at
10 V Kosin 8:eadyat S2a7. Crude tur entine high
ir at SI 8Ja2 90. Tar firm st S2 40. Cotton quiet at
SAVANNAH, May 6.-"orton "quiet but firm; soles
?50 bales; middling 27M cents; receipts 440; exports
AUGUSTA, May 0.-Cotton firmer; sales 330 bales at
!6>?c; receipts 117.
MOBILE, May C.-Cc ton opened quiet but activo
Sterin the day; sales 1600 bales; low middlings 26a
!6,<?c; receipts 369; expoita 720.
NEW ORLEANS, May 6.-Cotton in fair demand and
i.flcr; mi'idliotrs 28.'4c; sales 8300 bales; receipts
.5; no exports. Gold 36 V Sterling 48V York
ight exchange premium. Misar-common 9al0c:
inme 12 ;m-il JV. Molasses-fermenting 50J05C; re
W1TMISGTCN, Mav 5.-TUBPE .nsr-252 bbls
. . itv .1 aird s>.d at 14 for vir* i. ; S2 80 lor > chow
lip. an 1 si 8i> for i-anl, p r 280 pouuds.
M-IHITS 1 URPrarmz-Is lower. Salo-: of 105 bbls
it 41 , and 121 bbls at 4Ijjfe per gallon.
ROSIN.- ales of 1020 bbls at $2 for strained, tl io
or No. 2. (2 60.12 75 lor lew No 1, and S4 75 5A6 for
isle, as In quality.
IAR-Market steady, with eales of ISC bbl9 at S3 40
COTTON-small sales st 2G4|O for mixed grades.
PEANUTS- \ loi of 500 bushels changed hands at
2 05 per bush-l for txtra.
ix port i ot* Klee. Naval Stores andi i, ? >>
ocr from the Port of Charleston, tvum
September 1 to May 0,1860
I OP ton.
lal ti more.
lew Orleans .
'ro vi den cc, RI....
Ither O. B. Ports..
N. bTORXS. Luicnsn.
1 ajorca & a Market
lahfax, N 8....
t Johns, N B...
L 338,78 4
52,937! 37,9981 13.020,330
omparaiive Exports ol Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleston.
Udor British Ports.
lota! to Great Britain.
Mer J l ench Port*.
lotti I to Franco.
loi tb oi Europe.
Total North of Europe.
outk of Europe,
test Indies, Ice..
Total Foreign Potts.
ih'Xle Island, ..f.
laltimore und Hts: Yt....
ithcr United St"toe Pons.
Total to Coast? Iso Ports.
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NOTE.-WO havo deducted I rom New Orleans
81,810 balea Upland, from Mobile 13,461 balea, from
Savannah 3811 bags 8ea Island and 240 balee Dp
land-and from Charleston 2522 baga Koa Island and
181 baloa Opland, the quantities received at those
ports from Voldie. Florida. Tera? and Pavannah.
?toclES of Cotton in 'tho Interior Towns
not included Ma the Itecetpta
Au71ir.l1 ard Hamburg.April 30 12,31)0
Macon, Geo .April 53 4,734
Columbus. Geo.April SO 6 CUT
Montgomery, Ala.May 1 2,818
selma Ala.May ? 8.904
Memphis, Term.M?y 1 18 362
Nashville. Tenn.May 1 4.V65
Total. f 3.006
(.rn ri sloe ii Wholesale I'riccs.
HAGGING. '?* yara
Duiiac.. ?0 <f> *?
Gunuv Cloth..-.. - & -
BALE ROFE. 9 lb-ilauUla. - (a) -
Western. 8 ?B> 12?
Ju o. 9
COTTON, ? lb- ...^
Ordinary io Oood Ordinary. ?6X? 2?>a
Low Middling. ?, f -
Middling to btrict Middling. 27?(&, 27?
Good Middling. - g -
bea Island. ?0 g 1.00
COFFEE, V lb-Kio.I 20 @ 26
Laguaira.-...-I a* -
JTVT.^..:.I 36 @ 40
FFRTILIZERA- ! _ ?
CaroUna Fe tiliior, ? 20C0 Tbs... |65.00 @ -
Wando Fertilizer.?.00 (gt -
Double ReBned Pouttrette. ... |30.00 fy -
Nllfs' Phosphate.?3.00 @ -
Peruvian Guano, y 2?40 lbs. ....i95.Utf (ca -
Pacific Guana. V ?CHH) ?a.65.00 & -
Phoenix Guano. 55.00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, ? 2000lbs...ICO.OO @ -
Khodes' Phosphate, 2000 lb?...165.00 @> -
Eh odes' S'and. Manure-t65time|57.M it. -
Orchilla Guano-.f40 time 135 00 (8 -
Laud Plaster. 24.60 @ -
Mapeb'tjuperPhosphute,^ 2000 ?1j| ;5.00 fm -
Zoll's Haw Hone Phosphat*.ifiO.'KI &i -
Zell's Super Phosphate of L?ne.. I60.OO & -
Woola ton's Phosphate of Lime..- .166. Cl (5) -
Woolstou's VegeiaDr, * 20CO lbs|06.00 @ -
Croasdale's Gen. super-Phos. nell60.00 (a) -
Bower?'Complete Manure, net.. 160.00 <g -
hardy's Phospho Peruvian, cash. 1.6.00 @ -
hardy'? Paciflo Guano, cash.|60.ou &u -
Paiapsoo Guano.,|65.C0 (9) -
FLOUR, V hbl-Mupe, . ?.15 C-0 7.26
Northern and Weat em Kxtra.7.6J @ 8.00
Baltimore Extra.I - (Si -
Southern-Super.I 9.00 ?j) -
Extra.10.00 id -
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, $ bushel. - (fl -
Western Oats, V buahel. 80 (al -
Oorn, V bushel. 90 (oj 1.12
HAY. .? cwt,-North Uiver. - (01 -
Eastern.I - <s* ~
t.VMBER. V M. tenir- i
Clear White Pine, latqoaUty. 60.00 ^65.00
Whito I'iuc, good run.38.U0 (a40.00
Yellow Pine. .?20-00 &2?.0U
BoardM, H M. :cct-noutjh.112.00 (?15.00
Grooved and louaued_|23.00 (ovtiJ.OO
MOLASSES. Ii naltou-CUha.1 45 @ 47
Muscovado. -? ? . *
Su^ar Mouse. &0 (??1.00
New Orleans. - ra -
NA VAL STOHKS, V bbl-Tar.... - ? -
rioSiii.No.J....^.r ? ?-?0
Kosiu, No. 2.:'J?2 ? -
Boain. No. 3.M .?? v? ~
buitilfTuruenline, > galld. I *J (9 41
OJ-UUI "ta lb. ' 10 (l* -
WAft.S-Xmencau. l?20d, 9 keg..! 5.50 @ 7.00
POWDER- Dn.rOut e, P.P.F. (,'...-1 C.70 (<T) -
Dui oui'a, r'.F.F. ?^U g -
Duro.it's, Biai-tiiig. 4.va ?S -
bacou, UUUIH, V th. - g -
Bacou, oldes. ? <*? Jf*
Bucon. ?sboulUors. '* (? "
Bai on, ?trips. - g -
Lard, in Hog. - g ~
&==:::: S S'S
Pout oes, $ bbl. - W -
?uiouf-. - roi -
Aj.j^u::. - M -
?/cA."-Carolina, ?1 lb. 7X?
fcast ittdia.- 3 ~
?y ? cr-I., vii -pool, coarso, ^ sack.. 1.00 w 2.10
MvtrrirOul. uno. - (Ul -
SN'r/t/f, pl lb-Kaw.I - Cd) -
Horco Uicu..;.I ?aj?'t? 14
Hnsrova**- .I - ? -
pp CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 7HIS m/u .
r 0 it 11 o s
Tho riKtoo, XVI Ihms, Billed.April 10
.j he lilii.ni.-, RiiLcriB u, up.VrAp ,
Bark Hei?n ?uaudJ, Uti^, railed... .Marci) 1
Kobi- Kylvan, Y- une, clean d.Mtv l
Sour U N UUr.k,uii. W)..tr, up.Ap.ll
Bri" A cx nder MiUiken >uow. sa-led.April 18
hchrldu o Uuuesa, . uig. au. sa led.April 21
- ? ro'-v
Brl-j E U Itcdman. Kcdman, cleared.April 28
t?chrai U Ununhall .-t ut. cleareo.April vO
>chr tJjiu. r IOAU. U;?.Al'ri? 28
Si hr UaTfifaret & L'acas. Dav. doored.May 3
.?ic-imihip Sea Gull, D.ntot. cleared.Mav 4
Bru Paraifou. - hu e, cleared.Ap. ll 27
1 c''i A n I .ri mri, enneit, coan d.April 16
Uri" llcniy Peit-uis, Maye, o.eored.April 30
consignees per Booth cai oil na Uatlrond
467 bales Cotton, 41 bales Domestics. 100 Backs
Bran, 16 hbds Bjcon. lit bbls Naval Stores 603
bu-he s Crain, 3 rare Woad. 2 cars Lumber. Io X
H ft WDewees, Railroad Agent, a ? (lo pock, Bei?
zer. Rodgers ft Co. Mowiy ft Co, Coldsmitu ft Son,
W W .-with, G Ii Walter ft Co, Q W Wiliiuns ft Co,
E J Wis* 1 hur*lon ft Holmes, J It Pringle, Frost ft
Adger, J B E sloan. Street Bros ft Co, X J Kerr &
Co. Hart & Co, w K Byan. B & A P Caldwell, Reecke
ft schachte. G W Steffens, Ehock, Wicsenberg & Co,
Bnbrie ft Bhodes, and Ciaghorn, Herring ft Co.
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-W W Ma?
diera, S W Wharton, S J Wbite. J I Wilson. G 3
Lunn, Mrs Lu kn and two children, 3 Dame, J D
Nixon, and Captain bands.
Fort A>f Charleston. May 7.
rHASC8 OF ?H? MOO**.
Last Quarter, 3d, 8 hours, 21 minutes, mailling.
New Moon, ll th, 10 hours, 47 minutes, mon. lng.
First Quarter, 18th, 4 hours. 9 minutes, evening.
Full Moon. 25tb, 10 hours 3 minutes, morning.
3 Monday....! 5..12 (?..42 | 12.. . 1..24
?'T?-sasy..*. 5 .li ? 6 .12 . 1..3J 2..22
5. Wednesday.' 6...ii i?..? 2.. 5 3..17
OiThursdfly... 3.. 0 0. 44 ?..38 4..10
7|FridaT.1 6.. 0 . 6. 44 3.. 9 4..67
6|Satur-lay...? 5.. 8 6..45 3..42 . 6..40
OWindav.1 S.. 7 6..40 4..12 6..20
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore-Courtenay A
Sailed Yesterday. ?
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Bal tim re.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, New^tyk. *
From this Portly **
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, May 3.
Steamship 3 W Evernun, sunder, Philadelphia,
Bark Lizzie H-, Spring, Liven no!, April 19.
** Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Set Gull, Dutton, at Baltimore, May 4.
Brig Bci.ry Perkins, Mayo, ut Nev Orleans. April 3).
Sehr Margi et ft Lucas, Day, ot New York. Msy 3.
Sehr >ylvun, Young, at Boston, May 1.
Shlpnews by Te'csraph.
SAVANNAH. May 6-rleared, steamships North
Point tor Bait more; Hermann Livingston lor New
Weather mild. Wind E, with rain.
LIST OP SIllPPIKti
In the Port of Charleston, Blay 6.
VESSELS UND KB 100 TOMB. AND 8TKA2IBBS COASTING
WITHIN THF STATE EXCEPTED.
Marmora (Br), - tons, Robinson, at Boyce ft Co's
whan, for Llvnrpoci, loaning- B Mure ft Co.
Champion, 1418 tona. Lockwood, at Adgor's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger ft Co.
Prometheus. 681 uns, Gray, st Atlantic whuff, for
Philadelphia, re,- iv-.J ft T Getty.
Amelia, 688 tons, I terry, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, load inj:-Pat I. .son ft Stock.
B 0 Winthrop, 946 tons, Stewart, st Atlantic wharf,
lrom L veryool, d scbnrglng-Patterson ft Stock.
Richard III, .985 tons, Wood, at Boyce ft Co's
whsn, fiom Liverpool, waiting-Master.
Dalkeith (Bri. 848 tons, Anderson, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Liverpool, loadiig-B Mure ft Co.
David McNutt (Bri, 502 tons McElbenn?, at Boyce
& Co'a wharf, lor Liverpool, loading-R Mure ft Co
J L Pye (Br), 366 tons, Pye at Palmetto wharf, from
London, Lng, to be repaired-J A Enslow ft Co.
Eirchard ft Torrey, -- tont, Fri?tie, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, for Jacasonv.lle, ready-Risley ft
Nellie Cair. 133 tons, Snowman, in Ash'ey Biver,
for Ballimore, loading-Lilley ft Creighton.
W F Tushing - tons, Cook, at Palmetto wharf,
tor Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A Co.
James Jones, 252 tone, Jones, in the stream, for
Georgetown. H C, ready- Master.
Argus lye, - toni, Thompson, at Adgor's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach ft Co.
Golden Cit>,- tons, Ntckcrson, at Brown ft Co's
wharf, lrom bt Joan's, 1 B, discharging-W 1'
James A Crook'r, - tens, Carrier, in Ashley Biver,
for Provideuc", loading-Risley ft Creighton.
Flying Scud. 100 tons, Mitchell, atE n't wharf,fiom
A levi; dr a, Vt, waitin - Hisley ft Creighton.
prog*, Cominis, tu.
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THE ONLY CERTAIN
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teated and warranted to
keep fresh for all time
the greatest dis overy
I of its kind In the age we
live in. No person need
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MICE, BED B?G3 or
BOACHES. for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy ls
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness is
ss wonderful as its efficacy. Hnndiedt of testimo?
nials have been received lrom all parts of the United
Tho great advantage this SUBE POP possesses
over sll similar preparations is the FACT that lt ls
Certain in its Effects,
and free from the unpleasantness ot rats dying in
their holes, as it causes them to leave the premises
to seek sir, and consumes them eo entirely as to
No Disagreeable Udor.
Numbers ot rcfoi enees can be made to
- Persons in this City,
Who have successfully u?ed lt
SOLE AGENTS FOB - OU I'll CAROLIN A,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORT!RS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 23 mwf6mo Charleston, S. C.
5IKV-H'1).'ILV-AM) CHILDREN I
H RIM- \Y (JIUri N -A ** D CHILDI" ES I
.Tooling to Seal-Is and Burns,"
".ombiuii to all painful wuunds " ftc.
"Uuann/ to ali bores. Clceis," ftc
'COSTAh'S' BUCKTHORN SALVE
Is tho mo.'t extraordinary s i LVtv ever known. Its
p iTvi r of-ootbiii f and Healing for all Cut?, Boras,
B.uises. hores Ulcers, (.'tupped Hands and .-kin, for
r-ore Nipp es, lor Piles, Ate., icc - is without a paral?
lel O Li e i or M m ? s ol ill "I would not be with?
out a box Ul in- Route, if li co>t ?0, or 1 bad to
travel ill tu way to New /orb *or:t"
l?V. Y. Evening A'ews. September 6.
BS- ? ll l>r%'gi8:- lu CHAltLSbTON eeU lt.
" COSTAR'S "
STAND Alli) VHF P Ali ATI0?NS
Bitter-sweet and Orange Blossom?.
sty One Bottle, $1-Thiee tor $2.
sM'oafJUrV* Kat, Koach, Ao.. K it er mi's.
"Co*tar's" Bed Bag K-rterralnators.
.?CostarV (only pure? Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Beme?iej known."
'Ill UP w J re 111 of suuri'iu- imitations."
"All Dru-gists in OuABL<*Sl0.1 ?eil them "
.C??STAil". Aio. 13 Howard-st., IV. Y.
Sold tn CH Al! Lt - i ON', s. O, by
GdODltit II,"IVI\KMAV di CO.
March 23 DAO i yr
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in tie Postofflce at
Obarlcaion, for tbo ?eek -indina MAT 6, 1869,
and printed officially in TUB DAILY NKWH, aa the
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KO? AD ALIS
Purifie!) th? Blood.
For bale by Drnccrlsts averywher
lui?** oar ,?.
F ? v
T Z ' ?
and Ca? tie Powders.
long and favorably
known, will thor
or gu iv n Invigorate
broken down and
ana cleansing tba
stomach and intes?
lt is a ?ure preven?
tive or aU diseases
- - incident to this ani?
mal, such as LONG FEYER, GLANDERS, YEL
L O W WATER.
H KAYES, Coughs,
Founder, Loss of
Appetite and Vital
Its use improves
the Wind, increas?
es the Appetite
gives a Smooth
and Glossy Skin
an i transforms the
into a fine looking and spirited B?rse,
TO KEEPER-* OF COWS THIS PREPARATION
qua ii ty and Im?
proves t'jo quality
of the MILK. It
has D cn proven
b actual experf
m< nt to increase
the q u an ti tv of
Mill a id cream
twenty ?-.er cent.,
and mai.e the But?
ter Arm and sweet.
In fattening rattle, i give? ihcm an uppe ite, spent
their hides and makes them tb ive much meier.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCHAS COUGHS,
V L C E P. S IN
LIYER. fcc. this
ar: ic I?-ac ts as a spe?
cific. By putting\
from one-half ti
a paper in a birrel
of a will the ab ve c
d<acai>ea wi ll be
eradicated or en?
tirely prevented. If given In ii ne, a certain pre
tl vc and cure for tho Hoi; Choi ra.
1) A VI l> l-l. F O V TZ,
WHOLESALE DRUG AND VFDIC1NE DEPOT,
No. 116 Fraukhn-stre- ?, Biitimoro, Md.
Fort BALK IT
DO WIK dc RfOrKIC,
W n O L F. 8 A I- E DRUG H O USE,
So. jr.l MEETIvG-.- tRETCi,
OPPOSITE CH J UL ti J ON HO IEL,
March Si *?