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The Daily IsTe^wr.
SATURDAY MORNING. JUNE 9, 1866,
BRISTOL, ENG-rcr Br bark Arcliltcct-603 bbls Spi
rits Turpentine 2754 bbls Rosin.
rillLADliLl'HIA-Per tern Wm Allon-76 baloa Cotton,
8balca Hopo Cuttings, 3 br?i8 t-pirits Turpentine, 16
bbls Alo, 20 Alo Hld?, IR hhls, 22 ?OXCB, 1 bhd and
lot Iron m d Macliiuery. 894 bars R R Iron, 19 boxes
and trunks Mdzo 136 00 feet Lumber.
BOSTON-Por sehr Union-160 tons Old Iron.
Tlic <iiiiri< st mi Cotton Itlurlret.
COTTON WOP in better request yestordoy, and prlcos
firm snd advancing. Sales of tho day about 130 bales.
Wo quoto : ,
A it j; II Ht u. Market,
AUGUSTA, Juno 7.-COTTON.-The market IB firm.
Tboro WAR a little inquiry this morning for good Cottons,
but no demand windover for inferior grades. We
quoto Middling 30, Bttict MlddliDg 31, Good Middling
GOLD.-Brokers aro buying at 140 anti soiling for 144
Hii.vKit - Bil} ?ni; rates 133 to 136, and selllt g at 140.
liiNii.i.- 1 hero is a good demand for Georgia Railroad
at par, and for City Bonds otOOo.
MEMPHIS', Juno 6.-COTTOK.-The market jestcrday
showed no ac ivity. Holders wore holding for better
prices. Then? was littlo offering and few inquiries.
Holders wert unking from one to two cOntH obovo buy
ers'views, conrcquKtitly thoie were few transactions.
Tbo Now York opening dispatch quoted Cotton dull and
nominal at 37 to 39c. 1 ho steamer's nowa affected tho
market, and at noon Cotton was quoted at 37 to ?i8c, and
Inactivo and drooping, liverpool d.tos of the 36th wore
received, quoting Cotton at a declino of ,V1 to Id, and
reporting tbo eales fur tbo wook 44,000, closing dull and
weak. Tbla news bad no effect on the market here, as
holders aoemod confident of another advance and many
bovo withdrawn their samples. We learned of the sales
of 13a balea of Middling at 32 to 33c; Low Middling at
-80 to 31c; Good Middling st 34 to 36c. We give the fol
lowing quotations as nominal :
Good Ordinary.27 @28
Low Middling.29 @30
Btrict Middling.33 @34
Good Middling.36 @30
WILMINGTON, June 7-TUUPXHTINK-Sales of 115
bbls at $5 10 for virgin, ?3 10 for yellow dip, and $1 66
for hard, per 380 lbs.
MriiiiTs TonrxMTiDK-Saloa of 10 bbls at 64 cents, 278
do at 66 cents for country, and 66 cents per gallon for
Wbito in New York paokages.
ROBIN-209 lbs new Common sold to-day at $3 per
bbl; and 60 bblo at $6 to 7 for No 1, and $3 36 to $4 60
for Opaquo, per 280 lbs.
COTTON-13 bales sold at 28 cents for ordinary, 30 coots
for low middling, and S3 oenta per lb for middling.
BACON-2000 los North Carolina sold at 17 couta per
lb for bog round.
HAT-Sale from wharf of 106 bales Northern at SI 05
per 100 lbs.
BALTTMOBB, Juno 6 -COFFEE-Wo bsve to report a
r'ot market; the rapid advance In gold checks buyers,
k Cricket is below from Bio.
FnotJB-Howard-street and Western bl in light supply,
and prices for Winter wheat grados steadily maintained.
Spring wheat Flour, of whloh tho receipts and atook are
mainly compoaed, is rather dull, and the lower qualities
favor buyers. We report solos to-day of ion bbls North
western Extra, choleo, at $11 50; 100 bbls Chesnut
Grove Kxtra at $13 25; 100bbls common City Mills Ex
tra at $10 87>i. There la some Inquiry for Supera, which
are quoted from 9 60 to $10, as to quality, for both City
Mills and Northwestern Spring wheat. We also notice
a solo not before reportod or 300 bbls Olly Mills white
Corn Meal at $4 76; yellow offered to-day at $4 60 per
bbl. We revine quotations as follows: Howard-street
Super and out Extra 10 25 to $10 60, do Extra shipping
11 60 to $12, do do retailing 13 60 to $13, do Family 1460
to $15 60; Oblo Super and cut Extra 10 35 to $10 60, do
Extra shipping 11 60 to $13, do do retailing 12 60 to $13,
and do Family 14 to $15; North western 8uper9 60 to $10;
do Extra 10 25 to $11 60; City Mills Super 0 60 to $9 76;
do Extra 10 60 to $1176, do shipping brands 13 60 to
$14, Baltimore, Welch's and Greenfield Family $17,
high gradi Extra retailing $15 per bbl. Bye Flour, new,
?3 to $6 36 per bbl. Corn Meal-Yellow and White 4 60
to $4 76 pur bbl.
GBAIN.-Wheat was In very limited receipt to-day, 206
buahola white and 360 bushols red embraced tbo offer
ings; included in the sales were 100 buabola Mary load
white at $3 26? 350 bushels do red at $3 * bushel; no
transactions tn- Hpring Wheat reported. Corn-4300
bushels white and 16?0 buabels yellow were all that was
received to-day; market as again inactive and prices
favored buyers : 6000 bushels prime white sold at 95c,
850 bushels inferior do at 00c, 3600 bushels good to
primo yellow at 85(0)880. Oats-1030 bushels offered,
with sates of 3000 buahelB ranging as to weight from 73
to 77c, bulk at 76o for light
MOLASSES.-No sales reported; stock small and held
, very firm.
'"? Paov?aioHB-The market is very firm, with an im
proving tendency. Bacon WAS in good request, and an
/advance of >?c established. Wo report salea of 30 bbda
ahouldorsnt I5)?'c; 60do in lots at lBHo; 16 hbds sides
' at I8K0, and 40 do In lots at l8,1*'. Hams are selling
moderately at 21 to 25c for sugar-cured, and 23o for
plain canVased. Lord waa in demand, with eales of 100
tierces butchers' at21,'?o, 40 do Western at 23o per lb,
an advance on previous sales of both descriptions.
Bulk meats-sales of 60 hbds shoulders at 14o, and
10,000 lbs do loose, equivalent to 14o packed. Meas
pork-a eale of 20 bbls Western at $31 76, but at the
clono held at $32 per bbl.
SALT-Tua New York Shipping and Commercial List
j noys: "Owlnc to the embarrassments of several of the
principal shippers from Liverpool to this market, the
quantity on the way ia very small." Jobbers have ad
vanced their prices here to $3 for Ground Alum, pre
viously Bales were made at $1 86 to 01 90; Fine is alao
held higher; we quote Marshall'a and Worthingtan's
$3 20 to $3 25; other brands $8 05 to $3 10 per saok.
Turks Island 6Sc per bushel for lots from store.
fiuoAii-The market, in sympathy witta the continued
advance in gold, is growing firmer. Wo report salea to*
day of 799 boxes No. 11 Havana, ox steamer, at ll&o,
for refining; 160 tahds fair grocery Ouba at U>?o, 4 mos;
10 do r.c; 13 h lids prime Porto Rico at 14>ic per lb.
WHISKEY-.Market firm, with sales of 60 bbls Western
in Tots at $2 30 per gallon. (Supply light.
N?t*v York Markets.
Tbo New York World of Weduesday, 6th inst., aaya:
The money market is more active at six per cent for
call loans, and transactions are made at the extremes of
five and seven per cent.
The foreign of 1 ungo market is firm at tho fuU ope?le
shipping rates, and a largo business was transacted for
this steamer. Prime bankers' sixty-doy aterUng billa
are 110, and three-day sight ill,'* to 111.1,'. On Paris,
sixty-days are 5.0GM, and three-days, 6.05. The two
leading prime bankers were overrun with suoh a demand
for their bills to-day that they wer? compel)od to atop
drawing at noon in order to give them an opportunity
to furnish the bills they had already sold. The pre
mium above snail gold coln la five-eighth bid for
double-eagles, five-sixteenth for eagles, and one-eighth
for half and quarter eagles of fuU weight.
The gold market was exolted and strong, opening at
10.30 A. M. at 148K, and advancing to 146%, and closing
At 4.80 P. M. at 146 to 146},. A large short Interest was
created to-day, and at the close five and seven per cent
waa paid for borrowing gold. . . r.
rnoDDOK HABKET. ' I
Nxw YOBK, June 6.-COTTON.-The unfavorable in?
telllgenoe from the Liverpool market has caused a fur
ther declino In prices during the past; week. To-day,
however, on the advanoe In gold, prices were more
steady, business continuing light. Sales for tbe week,
0900 bales. Receipts for the week, 8776 bales. Exports
for tho work, 486 bales, as follows: To Havre, 347; to
Marseiiles, 80; to Rotterdam 71; to Liverpool, 87. Sales
today, 1200 bales at 87 to 39o for Middlings, Upland to
BnBADSTtrvrs.-Tho markot was somewhat irregular.
The Common and Medium grades of State and West
ern Flours were active, and somewhat better for West
ern Spring oxtros, but others were dull and bosvy. Bales
12,000 bbls at 7 16 to $8 10 for Sopors; 8 20 to $8 75 for
Extra State; 7 85 to $9 76 for Choice do; 9 35 to $9 85 for
Shipping Round Hoop Ohio; 9 to $13 86 for Extra West
ern; 13 to $17 for Double Extra Western and St Louis.
Southern flour was ?caree and Arm. Bales 600 bbls
at $10 85 to $11 76 for Supers; $11 86 to $17 for Fancy
Canada Flour waa nearly nominal at $0 to $9 60
for Common; $9 76 to $14 for Go.id to Choleo Extrae.
Bye Flour was quiet but firm at $6 to $0 76 for Fine
Corn Meal was lower, and more active. Sales 1000
hbls st $4 25 for Jorsoy; $4 60 for Western, and $4 60
for Brandy wine.
The Wheat market was dull, and all except choice
samples 1 to 3o lower. No sales. We quote: $1 70 to
$3 16 for Chicago Bprlog; $3 to $3 18 for Milwaukee
Club; $3 30 for Amber do; $3 10 to $2 60 for Bed West
ern: $2 00 to $3 70 for Ambpr do, and $3 86 to $8 for
Oom waa very unsettled, opening nominally lo bettor,
bat oloelog heavy. Baloa 90,000 bushels, lucfudlnK Da*
,0^S?1i.x*<L*t./*io810: ?oand New Western Mixed
at 82 to 84c, the latter au extreme; old do 82c, In etore.
0A^LW6M X ? .2c b6tUr 6nd *ctlT?. eapeolally good
new Chicago. Balea 110,000 bushels, Including Cana
dlan. at 68X to 72 Xo, in bond and duty paid; Woatorn
Now at 62 to 66c; do Old 71c, sud Cbolco Iowa by rall
?iTK.wa? nctivoand firmer, now bold blgbor. Sales
li LI lu . eli-i n.J. m ii ni, al Oie to $106, and
.ninda at ii n?io $1 20.
tiAi.i.KY was ,u.ct orid uomli'Bl at 00o to $1 16 for
.M:it< -ii? ' fa i a.? . . .
BABIJ.T MAI.T WSB dull st $1 to $1 20.
Tbo recoli'ts of Flour and Grain ore still moderato,
ex ept in tbo item of Corn, for whioh tbo demand la
large. To-day, bowovor. New Wheat was offered on tho
market for arrival, showing that the demand from tho
South will Boon begin to diminish. Tbe market ab
sorbs tbo largo quantities of Corn at pretty steady
prices, although the foreign demand is curta led, as was
tho caso to-day, by tho difficulty of negotiating ex
change. Oats art aca co and wanUd.
The principal exports of Breadsiuffs, tho past wook,
Flour, tab's, to Br.tiah Provinces, 6030; to Brltiab
West Indies, 2600; to Brltiah Guiana, 1300; to Brazil,
Corn, bushels, to Liverpool, 186,600; to Dondon, 29,
I'IIOVISIONB -Pork was a shado firmer, and moderate
ly activo Sa'es 7000 bbls at $19 25(329 60 for O d Mess;
$30 65@30 C9 for new do; and $14 60 for prime. There
wo e also large sales of new Mess, ?oiler's option July
snd Angust, at $41.
Lard was firmer, but only moderately aotive. Sales
800 bbls and tea at 20@2U,Vo for No 1, 21>i@2?>;c for
fair to prime st* am, and 22.S.@22\c for kettle-rendered
-the latter an extreme price.
Cut Meats were duli. Bales 300 packages, Including
Bweet-ptckled Hams, 17@i7J<o; 14o for Oreen do; 16o
for Bellies, and 13o for Dry-saited 8iioulders.
Ra on was firm. We notice a email Bale of Cumber
land at 160.
Live Hogs firmer. Receipts 2000. Sales at lOVi?
Ii. of was steady. Sales 440 bbls at $17 to $21 for re
packed Western Moss and $21 to $26 for Extra do.
Tierce Hoof wa? quiet but firm at $31 to $84 for Prime
Most. ; $38 to $ 8 for In"ia Meas.
Beef Home were a dollar lowor, Salea 300 bbls at
$45 to $4?
Bu ter wa? dull and heavy at 340 to 80o for Weatorn
and Ohio; Oo to 3fc for State; 86c to S8o for Orange
Oheeae was nearly nominal at 9c a 15o for Ohio; 12c to
18c for State; 18c to 20o f ?r footory-made.
The movement in provisions for consumption has
been very moderate the past week, bnt p-lcco bov- boen
well sustained In moat caaes by speculation and the ad
vaneo in oolJ. The latter oircumatanoi has not stimu
lated foreign exporta, howevtr, owing to some advanoe
in freights, aud tbe difficulty lu negotiating billa of ex
change. T e receipts of h?igs, - hioh ?vere very large a
week ago, havo materially fallen off, and thl? depressing
Influence upon the maraet has oeaaod to operate. Beef
baa been barely supported, aud Butter has largely do
CAUDLE?.-Adamantine are in good demand at 33o to
24o , for Short and Full Weight.
COFFEE.-The market continues very dull, as for
some days peat. Tbe advance In gold stiffens the cur
rency prices, but depresaos gold quotations. The only
Bale to-day was 832 bags Rio st M^o, gold, duty paid.
We quote from Hcitt's circular: Stock. ?June 6--Bio and
Santos, bags, 134,833; Java, mats, 3896; Cuba 4304;
Marscaibo, 9603; Laguayra, 23,023; St. Domingo, 106;
Ceylon, 10,361; other deierip tiona, 4894; total
bags, 191,897. Quotations-Hie, Prime, 20o; Good,
l?H'o to 19o; Pair, lG>,c to 17c; Ordinary, 16c to 15Xo-,
Fair to Good cargoes, 16)40 to l8 Se; Java, mots and
bogs, 25o to 36o; Native Ceylon, 3Icto38o; Maracoibo,
18o to31o; Laguayra, 18o to 20c; St. Domingo, 17^0 to
17Ko, gold, net cash, duty . aid.
GUNNY GAOS-Are firm at 33>?o to 23c, currenoy.
Stock, June 1, 10.360 bolos against 4620 bales last year.
.BUNNY OLOTO-Firm at 3BO to 29c, currenoy. It la
aaid that the supply available between now and the 1st
of October next is only equal to the covering of 1, .00.
000 bales Got-on. Block June 1, 11,900 'baloo, against
41,000 last year.
HAY-There is a good demand for Shipping at 00c.
City lota are firm at 80o to 90c.
MOLASSE?-The market baa become rather more active
at batter prices. Bales 177 hhds. Inferior Cuba, 47c;
308 hhds, 63 tierces, Cuba Clayod. 60>?o. We qnote
Muacovado, Oo to 70o; Porto Rico, 72c to 80o.
NAVAL STORKS-Spirits turpentine has arrived freely;
and, with a f.Hing off In the export demand, prices
have not Improved in aympathy, but remain at 93 to
05c for whole lota Common rosin may be quoted at
$3 35; atrsiued $3 60 to $4; No 3 to fine. $6 to $10.
Crudo turpentine nominal. Tar Is firm at $3 60 to $8
for Newberne aud Wilmington. Pitch, $4, quiet.
BICK-The currency prices of Rangoon bave been
odvonoed to 9 J?. to 10c, but with nothing done.
TXA-The advance In currenoy prices neoessary to
moot the advanoe in gold, has brongot trade nearly to a
stand still and the market l8 unsettled.
SuoAns-There Is a fur'her Improvement, based on
the ad vanee in gold, with a large business. We quote:
Fair to good refining at i0Af to Ho; fair to good grocery,
li,Si to 13o. Bales l .00 hhds Cuba at 10,'? to 12\c ; and
3160boxes Havana at 10>?' to 13!?O, Beflned sugars
h s ve advanced. We quoto: Standard ground and crush
ed, 163C to 17o; Soft white. 15>; to 16o; Yellows, l8
TTH.-The market has been quiet at 19o for English
snd Straits, and 30c for Banoo, all gold. We notice
sales of 300 slabs Malacca at 2fi,V to 37o, ourrenoy.
WHISKEY.-There has beeu a large demand for bond
ed, and the sales ara 246 bbls M es torn last evening at
28c; and to-day, 320 bbls at 29 to 80c, closing st the lat
ter price. We also notice the sale of 1000 bbls Alcohol,
at 60c, In bond.
FaxioHTS-Are somewhat irregular. To Liverpool,
by sall, 6d won the current rate for Corn; 15,000 bushels
were ahtp'pod by steamer at 6)?d. To London, by sail,
80,000 bushels Corn at 6d to 6>?d. To Cork, for orders,
a bark with Petroleum on private terme, To Boston, a
schooner with Corn at Od.
Latent Foiclgn Market?.
(PEE BTBAMEE NOTA SCOTIAN.)
LrvEnpooL, May 25.-COTTOK-Declined ,Lid to Id for
American on tho week, and >?d to }?i on other descrip
tions. Sales of the week 44,000 bales. New Orleans
12ttd; M [dd! In g Uplands 12d. Sales Friday 6000 bales,
closing dull and weale
LIVERPOOL, May 26.-COTTON.-The Brokers' Circu
lar reporte the eales of the week at 44,000 bales, of which
1500 were taken by speculators and 6000 by exporters.
The market has declined lid to Id for American, and
i Hu to 3?d for other descriptions. The authorized quo
tations are fair Orleans, 16Hd; middling Orleans, 12)id;
fair Mobiles, 14>?d; ?iidilling Mobilos, 12Sid; fair up
lands, 14d; new Uplands, 13d. The market to-day (Fri
day) is dull and prices weak; salea 5000 bales; slocx In
port, 1,005,360 bales, of whloh 411,000 are Amor-icon.
The Manohoater markets aro closed in consequence of
the holidays (the Queen's birthday).
BREADSTUFF?-Dull and nominal.
Ruo VISIONS-Still declining.
Rio Janeiro Market?.
BIO JANEIRO, May 8.-(Wright A Oo.'a Circular.]
COFFEE.-The supply from the interior during the post
month has fallen off one-half as compared with the
average of the preceding three or four months, Indica
ting a great exhaustion of stocks in the hands of plant
srs. Our receipts during the month of April were bare
ly 80,000 bags. This diminution in tho supply, together
with the Improved tone of Europoan advices, bas main
tained a firm market for the ordinary quality, whQe the
exceeding scarcity of the better aorta nae enoblod deal
era to advance their pretensions, even In the face of very
unsatisfactory advices from the United States. We
leam that 8!160O waa refnsed for a aelectlon of choice
Coffee, and 811100 for 2000 bags. The solee since the 2d
ulthave been 110,000 bags, including 47,000 for the Uni
ted States, 62,100 for the Channel and North of Europe,
and 10 300 for the South of Europe, The stock on hand
to-day la 110,000 baga.
We quote fine anperior 71I?00 to 8,200; superior 711600
to 711800; good first 7(1100 to 711300; firat 6.600 to F11500
par ar; and lota ss follows: For United BUtea6D800to
7I140O per ar I60e6 to 66a2d per owt); for North of Europe
70 ?00 to 711900 (66 to 69a fo b ex freight); for Channel
ond Mediterranean 0(1000 to 711000 (68a to Cla2d . Clear
ances slnoe April 3: To Baltimore, 16,996 bags) Nsw
York,' 34.785; Philadelphia, 7610; North of Europe,
75,406; 8onth of Europe, 23,054; elsewhere, 1116; total,
157,923 bags. Cotton-The market la now flatter, owing
to the late advice? from Europe, and holder?are already
w?l?ipr to sell at? decline; last salea of South Puerto
at 19.500, and Minos and other grades at 1811000 per ar;
stock on hand about 6000 balea. Hides-Hoovy 260 to
360; light'and medium 340 per lb; no'eales reported.
Sugar-Salea regular at a slight difference In prices. We
quote Pernams, 3da 41600 to 4(180?; 3d s 4|| to.(?iO?; 4th?
3?1600 to 811900. Moocelo: whites Sfli-DO to 411300; browne
211600 to 211800, Compos: whites 811600 to 411000; brown?
2U400 to 81,200 per ar. -_
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Per steamer Kat
Per steamer Kate, from Palatka, via Jacksonville.
Fernandlna and Savannah-A F Brabbam, Jamos Lane)
W O Pearson, Andrew Jackson, Henry Thompson, Mr
Sponds and daughter, T Williame, Charles Dumas, G
Parker, Rachel Benton, W H Hammer. John Duffy, Mr
Bellows and daughter. Peter Duffy, wlfo and 6 oblldron,
Mr Hayes, Jos MuBrlae, John.F White, H O Hewlett, F
W Bardwell and servant, A Liddell, T Onapeln, Major
Hickson, Wm Henloy, O F Reed, Miss West, MisaLoyd,
J Bedford, Mr M?nteos and lady, Major Beech, W Har.
rison, John Eookor, Ben Twigg?, Jos Sams, L O Bow?
ers, W A Burdell, O M Todd, Mr Phillips, O Truscott, L
Jacobs, Mr Kelly, Street Burdell, Mr Brown and lady,
S L Whlde, Mr Lowrie, Master Brown, F E Wilder, Mrs
A E Adams, B S Shelly, A O Foster. T H Branch, J B
Myrell, John Fisher, Major Beech, Thoa Trontt, S Hoff
man, Mr Oreen, Mr and Mrs Bennott, Mr Murdock, Mr
Faustls, Mrs Bradley and family, and 13 in steerage.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs Sanders, W B D Ven?
nmg, lady, 2 children and servant. Miss Vonnlng, Mr
Veoolng, Jr, F D Pooaer, Mrs Glenn, A L Eiohelberger,
T W Kennedy, N Hall and lady, T Oause, A Goro, J Bot
tle, F D Weeda, O Gavin, B A Jefford, N B Moore and
servanf, N Lucas, Col A N Owens, A Owens, Mrs J Ir
vine, Miss Owens, Mr Lewis and 3 children, J Fields, J
Wau, T Wigginbottom, Mrs Fresse, Misa Fresse, Mrs N
W Peteco, A Fresse, Mrs Johnson, Mies Baille Solomon,
N M Day, A Zanelly, J T Neaton, E Baynard, F Parala,
M White and son, M Waring, Dr & O Fowler, D S N, Col
Edmonston, President Florida Railroad.
Por steamer Pilot Boy, from Georgetown, 8 0-B O
Siagloton, J M Oold. D Ii Dearborn, Miss 0 Qnlmby, S
E Lucas and lady, MIBS Quimbv, Mrs Tucker, Miss Mil
ler, Miss Mc Ewing, and 70 in steerage.
_ oonnsoTgp WKKKLT._
M?5S or TUS MOON.
Cast Q. dth, lh. 63m. morn I First Q. 19th, 8h. 25m. even
New M. 12th, an. 47m. ovon| ifnU M. 27ih,10h. 10m. even
nie?. I BETS.
11..38 | 11..37
POUT OK CHARLESTUfl.
Arrived Yesterday. IJTTHE 8
Steamer Koto T J Lockwood, Palatka, via Jackson ville,
Fernandlna and Savannah. Mdxe. To Matter, national
Express Co, Sonthorn Express Co, Hanckel k Co, Hunt
Bros. J 8 Pu rae, and Order.
Steamer Dictator, Ooxetter. Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandlna and Savannah. Mdzo. To Master, B A Bar
din, D Paul k Co, J k T R Agnew. Aiken k Co, C Ring,
G W Williams A Co, National Express Co, Zogbaum,
Young k Co, Brown <b Schlrmor, T N Roberton; 60
hoad Cattle, to James Buttle.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Georgetown, S O. 6
tleroos Rice, and Sundries. To Forguson k Holmes, J
H Risiey k Oo, Thura ton k Holmes. Capt D R Hunt. On
Thuriday, at a I? M, three miles from South Bauten Bar,
foil in with the steamer Marlon, from tho Poe Doe Bivor
for this port, with sha?t broken, and towed her to this
. Steamer Marlon, Mansfield, Pee Dee River. 126 balos
Cotton, 217 bbls Rosin, 92 bbla Spirits Turpentine, &o.
To Ferguson k Holmes, Soreven k Nesbit, Z Davis, D
Brown, Adams, Frost k Oo, Mowry k Oo, McKay k
Campbell, H Slegling, W Kirkwood, J k J D Kirkpatrick,
and others. Waa towed to this port by the steamer Pilot
Boy, having broken the shaft.
Cleared Yesterday. [JUNE 8
Br bark Architect, Bosewalne, Bristol, Eng-B Mure k
Tern Wm Allen, Oranmer, Philadelphia- H F Baker k
Sehr Wenonah, Tall, Baltimore-Street Bros k Oo.
Bohr Union, Bishop, Boston-P P Locke.
Sehr D S Williams, Letts, Moorehead City, N O-Wm
Weat to Se? Thursday. (JUMB 7
Bark Harriot, Haeslop, Savannah.
Wont to Sea Yesterday. [JUKE 8
Behr Wenonah, Tall, Baltimore.
Sohr N W Smith, Tooker, Santa Cruz, Cuba.
From ti?ID Port.
Steamship Moneka, Marahman, New York, June 4.
Steamship Saragossa, Orowell, New York, June 5.
Cleared for tatt? Port.
Sohr Franklin. Gonn era, at Boston, June 2.
Gentlemea of Cbarleston ana Vicinity.
THE UNDERSIGNED DESIRE TO INYORM THEM
that Uiey have leased the second floor of tho build
ing on the OORNER OF MARKET AND KING STREETS
(known as the Adger building), where they have fitted
up. In every particular, a first-class BILLIARD HALL,
comprising Eleven 'Pablos, from the manufactory of
Messrs. Kavanagh <k Decker.
Those wishing to pass a p loaaant evening in the enjoy,
ment of this game, eannot but help to find this the cool
est and best adapted room in the City.
A private SAMPLE BOOM is attached, stocked with
the flnoBt importations.
Gentlomen are invited to call end inspect for them
LORING & TURNER.
SOUTHERN E IP RE S S COMPANY?*
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
THE CITY, FREE OF
ii. n. Pi,/iNT,
President, Augusta, GB.
SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS.
THE SUBSCRIBER, HAVING JUST RETURNED
from the North, takes this method of informing
tho publio that he is receiving a full assortment of
0LOTH8. OA8S8IMERE8, COATINGS AND VKSTING8
of the host foreign and domestlo manufacture, adapted
to Spring and Summer weer.
These goods having been purchased rooently, and at
very low figures, persona wishing anything lu my lins
will find It to their advantage to give me a call, as I have
the most experienced workmen, and am prepared to
make them np in the very best atjle at Edgerton k
Richards' old stand, No. 89 Bromd-street ?a
March 80 J. S. PHILLIPS.
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KING-STBE?T,
REAR HOHLBBCK'8 ALLEY,
ABE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "seUlng and making up
to order." AT GREATLY REDUO?D PRICES, tholr
well-selected Stock of fine CLOTHS. OA88IMBRE8,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED COATINGS, DRAB D'ETES,
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper
workmanship guaranteed. ?tnthlmos May!?
SHOES & BOOTS.
OTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIHN
community that he has opened a
_o the building ooraer of King and
streets, known A? Adger's Big Store, where he has on
hand a largs aMbrtmont of LADIES', MISSES' AND
GENTLEMEN'S SHOES AND B00T8 at reduced
prioos. _tuthsgmos _April 10
KJtSPEOTFULLY INFORMS HIS FRIENDS AND
the community that he has opened a branch of
business in tho building oorner of King and Market
WE H. GILL?LAND,
m:io. i At 1KD
BEAL ESTATE AGENT,
NO. 33 HAYNE-STREET.
May 1 '_tnthsgmo
BREWSTER & 8PBATT,
Attorneys at Law aa4 felMton la Bqnttf,
oFFioH va N waoijyatBMMSt
PRATT & WILSON mmm
No. 238 King-street
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 KING-STREET,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABHET-BT,
Charleston, S. G.
N. A. PRATT, 1 B. W. WILSON. f P. B. WILSON
Chemist to Late
0. 8. Nitro and
G raduate ol
of Pharmacy, &
Chemist te late
.0. S. OnLDep't
The Proprietors are Native Georgians.
CAMPHOR, CASTOR OIL,
BALSAM FIR. COD LIVER OLL,
BALSAM COPAIBA ESSENTIAL OILS,
ALUM, SUP. GARB. SODA
BORAX, SULPHURIC ACID,
EP80M SALTS, TABTARIO ACID,
GLAUBER SALTS, CREAM TARTAR,
BLUESTONE, CONCENTRATED LYB
SAL SODA, SILICATE OF SODA,
TURPENTINE, ?lo., ?feo.
FLINT AND GREEN GLASS,
ALL SORTS AND SIZES
I'LUID UXTIiAUTa, ETllJiUt?,
TINCTURES, SUGAR COATED PELUS, otu,
Any Preparations made to order.
No. 238 King-street.
HEGEMAN'S GOD LIVER OIL,
HEGEMAN'S ELIXIR OF BARK,
HEGEMAN'S PREPARATIONS IN POLL,
WORM LOZENGES, Hurley's and Hello way's,
AGUE ODRES AND AGUE TONICS,
BROWN'S ESSENCE JAMAICA GINGER,
BROWN'S TROOHES FOR CODGHS,
PELLS-Hooper's, Clark's, Wright's, Ayer'a, ko,
WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP, Ac, ko.
AU other most popular and reliable.
No. 288 King-streets
OLD BROWN WINDSOR, OEN DINE LOW'S, fanoj
styles, large assortment,
LATJNT tY SOAP, ENGLISH BAR; cheeper than Tor
No. 338 KUSTG-ST.
F ^ 1ST O Y
ISTo. ?38 Kine^st
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
N"o. IO J3road-st.,
CHARLESTON. S. C.
May 32 lmo
LIFE INSBMNCB COMPANY
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
NO. 10 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Please call ?before you usure else
May 33 mo
ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY
IN THI8 OOUNTBY.
PHILIP H. KEGLER,
.A. C3- IE IN" T,
NO. 10 BROAD STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. O.
Please call at the Office or nforma
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTERY.
Drawn Daily at Covlngton, ?y.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO, MANAGERS.
Tickets from Si to ?$SO.
CIROULAR8 SENT FREE OF OHARQE. ORDERS
for TICKETS In the above LOTTERY promptly at*
tended to. Drawings mailed aa soon as the Lottery Ia
drawn. Havana Plan Lottery-SP,000 Tictats; ?K
Frizes. Capital Price. $100,000. Urawa .he 16th and
81st of each month. Addross
H. T. PETERS, U. S. Licensed Afeent,
No. 00 Haaol street, or Key Box 63, Pot tomoo.
April 11_ 8mos
P. 0PDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPE AN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
throughout. The travelling pabilo, transient visitors, or
others, will find In it all the luxuri?s of a F1BST-0LA88
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts of
The location Is ono olthe most airy and pleasant fot
rammer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
healthful exercise Is attached. No pains or expense
spared to give entlro sstlsfootlon.
May 13_P. OPPEBBBOK.
THIS FIB8T-OLAS8 HOTEL HAVTNO BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, Is now open for the
reception of the travelling public
o. MCGINLEY. Proprietor.
May 38_ 3mo
THIS FIB8T-OLAS8 HOTEL HAS BEEN RE-MO
CELE? and newly re-fnrnlahcd, and put In perfect
The travelling publio may rest assured they will final
comfortable accommodation? at this House.
May 33_lmo_A. B. LUCE, Proprietor.
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased tula favorito boase, it
BEFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And Is now prepared with the most perfect
appointments Tor the reception of puesta.
The first position among first class Hotels will be
maintained In tho futuro, aa In the past.
May 81 ?moa_BAKER fe FARLEY.
CAB3NBT MAKER AND VRDKRTAKER,
NO, 571 KING-STBRET.
18 PREPARED TO FURNISH FUNERALS WITH
Coffins, of various styles and qualities; GUsjr
Hearses and first-class Coaches.
REPAIRS FURNITURE, AND KKKP8 ON HAND A
..toot supply of new and sooond-haud Furniture, mann?
factures Mattresias of moas, wool, and cotton,
V. B.-AH calls attended personally, al any hour, ?toff
?algias. law ... HafflT