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The Daily __STews,
MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 25, 18C0.
NEW YOEK-Per steamship Quakor City-415 boxei
and bbls Vegetables, 61 boxen. Peaches, 67 pkgs ant]
807 boxes Sugar, 2 tiorcoB Itlco, 68 empty bbla an?
carboys, 111 hales Upland and 1 bag Sea Island Cot
ton, 60 bales Domosticn, 188 bars Iron, 38 o bains, 2(
Smith's Bellows, and 4 noreen.Per sehr Jona*
Sniltb-106 baloa Upland and 1 halo Boa Inland Cot
ton, 396 bbls Rosin, 240 bbls Spirits Turpentine, 21
hbla Iloain Oil, 118 bbla Ale, 183 empty Bbls, 0 bxi
Staves, 16 pkgs Mdzo, 6 roll? leather, 2 cases 8adlo
ry, 9 bags Coffuo. 30 hhds Clay, 160 bx? Pipes 3"
bundles Hags, li crates old Kopo, 20 tons old ila
ohinory, 208 canoa and casks Hardware, 6 cases Dod
dlng&c, 100 bundies Shovels. 100 tons larro Gun.
and Ordnanco Storos, 10 bundles Wiro, 22 bundle!
Spatles, 137 ?as Pipos, 3 Hellowi. 1 Boring Machine.
The < lim li sion Cotton Market
O:? Saturday tho cotton market was ?pilot, both bnjer
aud seller awaiting later foreign intelligence. Only 40
bales woro sold at tho prices of tho day boforo.
MOBILE, Juno 19.-COITON.-rho market continues
vory flat and nominal. About 60 bales of repacked aud
Inferior cotton was sold to day at private rates.
MONETARY ANU FINANCIA- -Speculation has mu wild
with the gold market, and tho groat fluctuations In the
"clink" has hadly burned tho 11 tigers of th- "dabblers."
Altor the closo of tbe market ou Monday evening salos
wero mado as high aa 101. At the oponlng of tho mar
ket this morning a heavy decline occurred, and sales
Wore made as low as 160, lator salos woro effected at 148,
still later it waa bought at 146, and at the closo of the
day no salo i could be made at ratos over 140. So, as
Will be observed, thoro Is no regular quotation in this
SILVHB.-Buying and selling at 126 to 130.
EXCHAKOE.-SterliDg 147 to 160. New York sight par
to >i prom. Now Orleans par,
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 19.-COTTON-Tho market has
relapsod Into its previous dullness, and the sales to-day
were confined to 660 bales, taken by four brokors, at
about yesterday's pricoa. There was lomo inquiry at
lowor ratea, but factors were quito Btrlngent in their
pretensions, and unwilling to mako any concessions.
The sales for the three days sum up 3000 bales, take
mostly for tho North. The advance in foreign exchango
yesterday elicited some little Inquiry for export, but
the unfavorable reaction to-day has chocked the' de
mand. We continue to quote ordinary at 29 to 30 cents,
good ordinary at 32 to 34 cents, low middling at 36 to 33
oenta, and middling at 40 to - cents. The receipts pro
per since Friday evening (exclusive of the arrivals from
mobile, Florida, and Toxas, which are Included in thoir
respectiva statements), embrace 2296 bales, against 2060
during tho corresponding period last week, shnwlng an
increase of 246 baleB. The export? embrace 3953 biles
OTA*r_-t_NT OF* COTTON.
Btook on hand 1st September, 1865.bales.. 83 239
Received to-day. ?_34 '
* Cleared today. 1,134
Stock on band.118,618
Tho clearances comprise 923 baloa for Boston and 211
: for New York.
SUOAB AND MOLARSKB.-The- . h va not boon any re
ceipts from the coast slnoe yesterday. The supply of
the prod-relions of Louisiana is small, but that of the
foreign production is liberal. Thoro is scarcely any de
mand, however, and the market is about at a standstill,
With only a small retail businesa doing in sugar.
A lot of 200 boxes No. 12 Cuba Sugar, refinery, sold at
13c %.> lb. Prices of Ouba Sugar have advanced l@2c
V lb, but only a few amall retail sales have been made.
There is nothing doing in Molasses, though purchases
might be m ado ny tbe cargo at 66o $ gallon.
Common to fair Louisiana Sugar la retailing at 13@14
. o per lb, fully fair 14X@16o, prime 16>_, yellow clarified
16Ji@i6o, white 16K?16??o. The last sale of Louisi
ana Molasses was at 65c per gallon for a amall lot of
FBEIOHTS.-A bark waa taken np for Havre yesterday
at l}?c per lb for Cotton. There is more offering coast
wise, but iorolgn freights continue very dull. The rates
axe lo por lb for Cotton and 80o per bbl for Flour by
steam for New York and Boston, and y.o per th and 60c
per bbl by sail. The rates for Liverpool are >?d per lb
tar cotton by sail, and lo for Havre.
M Eil THIS, Juno 21.-Cotton is held here with tena
city, while buyers will not give 35 or 36, as they hope
for nowa of a Europein decline, the Bulla prediot a rise,
and the Bears can't see it. We still adhere to our pro
position, that if tho next steamers bring news of peace,
King Cotton is temporarily dethroned, and filthy lucre
Is dead; but If the tocin ol war reverberates o<cr the
Continent, Gold and Cotton " go up," in spite of Bears
-or any other Influence. We learned of salos of a fow
bales of Middling at 34o, and repacked at 20c. The
market is unsettlod, and holders are holding firm in an
ticipation of an advance. The New York dispatches re
ported Cotton dull and nominal at 38 to 40c. We emit
our quotations, aa we had no market yosterday sufficient
to frame a scale of prices.
WILMINGTON. June 23.- TTJBFENTINE-Salea of 358
bbla at $4 for virgin, $3 for yellow dip, and $1 60 for
?hard, per 780 lbs.
SPIBITS Tom ENTINE-Market drooping. Sales of 63
bbla at 6Jo for country aud 16 do at 62>_o per gallon f r
N. Y. pkgs.
BOBIN-Only 36 bbls sold at $3 60 for No. 2, and $3 25
BACON-Sales ol 2000 lbs N. C. cured at 19c per lb for
No ot_er transactions reported.
BALTIMORE, June 21 -COFFEE-The unsteadiness
?of gold continues to depress tbe market. We have had
no transactions to report from first banda for the past
two weeks. The only sale since our last review, was 150
bags fair Rio from second li inda at 25 >i to 26o, curren
cy. We quote price? nominally as follows: For prime
Bio 19>i to 20c; good do l8 to 1%Y%; ordinary l8 to 16>ic,
gold. Stock in first hands 20.1.00 bags Bio.
Fi.oun-Receipts are light, particularly of fresh
ground; tbo demand, however, has been limited chiefly
to the wants of local trad J and prices steadily main
tained. Of Howard street and Onto descriptions there
la very little in the market, and quotations are mostly
to ho regarded as nominal. The eales for the week em
brace 100 bbls Western Super at $9 65; 100 bbla Howard
street at $10; 800 bbla Northwestern Extra at $10 75 to
til 37)., as to qualities, latter for choice; 400 bbls City
Mills Extra $11 76; 600 bbls do Super at $9 76; also 100
bbla Bye Flour at |8 I2>i. Corn Meal has advanced,
held at $5 ?5 for yellow and $5 76 for white. Oloared
this week 1237 bbla Wheat Flour to the West Indies.
We giv<>- closing quotations as follows, viz: Howard
_tr<x... Super and Cut Extra. $10 to $10 60; do Extra Ship
ping $11 60 to $12 50; do High Grades $13 to $13 60; do
Family $14 60 to $1560; "hioHuporand OutExtranone;
do Extra bbipping $10 60 to $11 60; do Retailing $12 60
to $13 60; do Family $16 to $16 60; Northwestern Buper
$9 25 to $9 76; do Extra $10 60 to $1160; City Mills
Supor $9 76 to $1? ; do Shipping Brands Extra $14 to
$14 60; Standard Extra $11 25 to $11 75; Baltimore,
Welch's and Greenfield Family $17 60; do High Grade
Extra $16 60; Rye Flour, new, $6 1Q>_ to $6 87 J_. Corn
Heal-Oity Mills and Brandy wine -$?6 25 to $6 76 per
QUAIN-Harvesting of the wheat crop has already
commenced on the Entern bhore, and with encourag
ing advices with regard to the yield; In other portions
of the State the cutting will bo later. With the excep
tion of the northern part of Baltimore county the ad
vices continuo promising. The supply of wheat in the
market the past week was unusually small, and im
fi.-ovod prices realized by holders. Corn has also been
D limited receipt, and prices further advanced 7@8c In
white, and C@7c in yellow. Oats have ruled dall, par
ticularly for heavy Western, which are In good supply.
Bye scarce and firm. Wo givo transactions for the week
as follows: Wheat-The sales embrace 1500 bushels
good to prime and choice Maryland and Penns)lvanla
red at 3 to $8 l8; M00 bnshols Minnesota, oxtra, at $3
60; 360 do $2 68; 4000 bushels Canada white, from store
at'$3; 800 bushels ?southern 3 20 to $3 35. Corn-We
report sales to Thursday, inclusive, viz: 020 bushels
white at $1 11; 91,000 nu-hr-ls do 1 16 to $1 l8; 700 do
$1 19; 3300 bushels yellow 96 to 98c; 31,000 bushels do
at 1 to $1 05; bulk at $1 03 to 1 04. Oats-The sales to
Thursday, i ne! uni ve, foot up 8 to 10,000 b UBh oin, em
bracing 4000 bushels Maryland and Pennsylvania light
at 70 to 7.1o ; 6000 bushels hoavy Western, principally at
64 to 65o In bags, and COo por bushel loose. Bye-We
havo only to report sales of 500 bushels at 1 30 io $1 35,
as to quality.
HoL-ssas.-With light Imports and stock, the market
remains iteadv. We havo only to notice sales of 16 hhds
Porto Blco at 73 cents; 60 do Coba at 63 cents por gal
lon: quotation close same as last week, via : Porto Blco
70 to fio couts;Cuba Mu-covadn. 65 to 65 cents; Cuba,
clayed, 60 to 65 certs; English Island, 65 to 80 cents.
PROVISIONS.-Receipts are very light and the stock In
dealers bands unusually amall for the season. The mar
ket has been very firmly maintained, and a further ad
vance generally established. We give transactions for
the week and closing prices as follows : Mesa Pork. We
report a sale of 100 bbls at $34 87; and subsequently
small lots at $30 per barrel. Bulk Meats. Werepoit
sales of 83 hhds Shoulders at 16 cents; 80 do 16 Ji cents,
delivered at Philadelphia; 100 boxes Short Middles, at
17)? cents; 190 boxes, 3 hhds do at l8 Matt) 13 hhds
I sitios, 17}? cts. At tbe ?-loso bold at 15}? cents foi
Shoulders, ami l8,1; conti! for sidos. Bacon. Tho salci
for tho ?ook embrace ISO casks Shoulders at 16'i to 11
- conti?; ISO do Sidon at ID a to 20 couts; mostly at 17 conti
for Shoulders and 20 coots for Sides, In lots from Job
bers; .'ii tion-os plain bagged Hams at 23 cents and fine
aiigar-cured 24}? to 25 cents, closing at 26 couts foi
choice Lard. Wo report sales of 180 tierces City at
21.', to 22 coil's, 100 do Western 'i'iii couts,eloMnp firm;
- 20 kegs Wei-torn, country lot, at 21!-,' cents; Baltimore
refined, in keg?, 24 cents.
I CHEESE.-With moderato supply and demand prloea
I aro steady for Bastorn cutting at 20 to 21 cents; Western
1 is dull and nominal at 17 to l8 cents; Eastern English
. Dalry wo ?junto at 25 to 26 conto por pound.
) RICE.-Wo bear of no sales tho past week, but quote
, Rangoon from socond hands at 10 to IO,1? cents. (Jaro
. lina held at 12 to l8 conto, as to quality.
) 800AB.-Owing to the rapid fluctuations of gold tho
, market has been Inactivo; buyers wero unwilling to
meet the vi? ws ot bolders, and with tho reaction prices
j aro bnt nominally maintained at last week's quotations.
Wo have only to report sales of 60 ___? and lOObbls
, Porto Ricoat 12,_ to 14 cento; 37 hlids Cuba 12*_ cento;
, 34 do 13 to 14 conto; 29 do English Island 13}? cento.
, Wo glvo cloBlug priceB as follows: Cuba and E. I. com
mon to good rofs. 10*_ to 11 cento, 4 months; dodo
grocery, li*, to 12}. cent?, net; do do prime, 12*. to 13
cents, not; Porto Rico, common to good grocery, lix to
12a couts, net; d? do.primo to choice, 13}?.- 14 cento,
not; Iliivnna, No 12, 12 cento, 4 months.
, KEFIN-U SuoARa - We revise quotations aa follow?:
For lots of 20 bbls or moro, oxtra Ano powdered, 17}ic;
orin-hoi!, powdorcd and granulated 17J,' cents; soft
crushed A whlto IO'i; G?relo A do. 16 W cents; B do.
167?' conto; O extra 16>? cents; O yellow 16?,' cento; G?r
elo C 16ii cento per lb. I or loo bbls or more *_ less.
STBCP.-Baltimore Qoldon has advancod; now quota
at 92 cents por gallon, in barrels.
- _x__OH_Wo quoto Kingston pure atlOcentspor lb.
HALT.-Early in tho week dealers advanced the price
of Ground Alum for lots from store to $2 26, but later,
with tho reaction In gold, prices fell back to $2 10 to
2 16, at which the markot closed. Fine has ruled steady
at $326; Marshall's and Worthington^, and otborbrands
loss known, $;i 16. Turk's Island wo quoto at 60 cents
por bushel from storo. Wo bear of the sale of 4000 socks
Ground Alum and fine, ex-bark Myrtle, on private terms.
WHISKEY-Has ruled exceedingly duU the paat week.
No inquiry for large lots; small silos have been report
ed at $2 31, but it is difficult to namo a price for a r?J_i_
Kew York _t_r_et.
The New York Evening Pjtt ot Thursday, Juno 21st,
The loan market is easy, with but little Inquiry. The
rato for call loans la 4 to 6. More grocers' paper ia
offering, and the discount rate for commercial bills ol
good names is by, to 7,V
The stock market is dull, and the little activity dis
played jestorday in some of the apeoulativa ?ecurltloa
has not been renewed. Government? are firm without
muoh change, the investment demand continuing good.
The following wore the chief quotations for gold this
forenoon: 10.30, l61}?'; 10.46. 160}*; 1MB. 149}.; 11.46
148}i;12.00 149;12.46, 149*. ; 1.00, 14._; 1.30,149?;
Foreign exchange 1? rather better. Bills at 60 days on
London are quoted at 107 to 107% tor commercial; 107},
to 109ii for bankers'; do at abort sight, 108}? to 109 ?_ .
Paris at 60 days, 6 17 X to 6 10; do at short sight, 6 lo'to
6 07 *_; Antwerp, 6 20 to S 10; Swiss, 6 \1}_ to 6 10; Ham
burg, ?6 to 36_; Amsterdam, 41 to 42_; Frankfort, 42
to 43; Bremen, 78 to 79; Prussian thalors, 73 to 74.
The President has approved tbe bill to regulate and
secure the safo-keoplng of pnblio money intrusted to
disbursing officers of the United 8totes. It is made their
duty to deposit with the Treasury or assistant treasu
rer? money entrusted to them for disbursement, and to
draw from the same only as funds are required for pay
ments to be modo in pursuance of law, a violation of
which and the use of the public money for private ad
vantage aro to be punished by fine and imprisonment.
NEW TORE, June 21-FIXIUB, Ac-The market for
Western and State Flour to more ao Ire, bnt prices are
10@25o $ bbl lower on common and medium gradas.
The ?ales are 10,000 bbls at $0 60@7 10 for anporflno
State; S7 60<g) f? for extra State; 98 90 _i9 80 for fancy
State; $8 20@9 26 for the low grade? of Western extra
$9 10_>10 16 for ?hipping Ohio; $10 2S_>18 80 for trade
and family brand?, and 914 60_)17 for St Louis extra?.
Canadian Flour Is dull and .<)c lower. Sale? of SOO bbl?
at $9 40@10 16 for the low grade? of extra, and $10 J5@
13 10 for trade and family extra?.
Southern Flour la dull, heavy, and 10olower. Sale?
of 400 bbl? at $10 60?_?12 for mixed to good ?uporflne
country Baltimore, ko., and $12 16(_17 26 for trado and
Rye Flour la dull but steady. Sales of 160 bbl? at
96 75<_7 60.
Corn Meal Is inactive.
a BAIN-The wheat market is Inactive, and prices are
nominally 10J lower. Wo have only to note the sale* of
230 bnshols of whlto Michigan at $3.
Barley and Barley malt are inactive, and price? aro
Oat? are duU and a shade oaslor. The sales aro 26,000
bushels Ohlcago at 67 tofiSa, and M?lw?__l?ftO to eio
Rye Is less active but firmer. The salea are 6800 bash
of Canadian at 91 38.
Corn is les? active, and prices are without change.
The saleB are 39,000 bush unsound at 90 to 03o; now
western-mixed at 94 to 97c.
PrieivisioNs-The pork market ha? been fairly active,
but lesa strength is shown, and at the close a dull feel
ing prevail?. There la nothing doing for futuro de
livery. The sales, cash and regular, are 8000 bbl? at
933 183. to 933 37 ii for moss, $27 for primo, $29 for
prime mesa, and 930 to 931 for thin mesa.
Beef i? steady and in fair Jobbing demand. Somo
inquiry pr?valu for shipment eastward, but we hear of
nothing accomplished. Bales of 176 bbla at $12 to $14
for old plain mess; $11 to $21 for new do; $14 to $17 for
old extra do, and $20 to $24 for new do.
Tierce Beef and beef Hams are nominal.
Cut meato are very scarce, and prices favor the
?oller. Bales of 100 paokagea aweet pickled hams st
I Bacon is steady. Bale? of 40 boxes lone clear at l8};
Lard remain? in the same nominal condition
noted in our last We quote at about 21 a to 21}?o for
city, and 32 to 22},'c for fair to prime steam and kettle
ASHES.-The market is firmer with a fair demand.
Kales at $8 to $8 26 for pots, and $16 to $16 for pearl?.
Cor. CK.-The market for all kinds la very dull and
prices are nominal. Really prime grades of Rio aro
.caree and held at 19}? to 20c, gold.
COTTON.-Tho market remains dull at 38o for mid
RAY.-The dem ted is fair and tho market firm at 60
to 66o for shipping, and 70 to 76c for retail lots.
HEMP. - M nilla ia dull at 8_ to 9c, gold. Other kinds
are Inactive and nominal.
HONET-Is dull at 83 to 84c for Cuba, gold, duty paid.
HOPS-are firm and In good demand for home use.
We quote at from 20 to 40 and 70c, as to growth and
L ?TUB.-Eastern are firm and in good demand at 94,
LIME -Rockland is firm and in demand at 91 60 for
common, and $1 for lump.
M01.A8 -i-le quiet but firm. We quote Centrifugal
and mixed at 86 to 40c; Clayed at 46 to 60 J, and Musco
vado at 48 to 660.
NAVAL STOUES.-Spirits of turpentine is dull at 87 to
?2o. Crude turpentine is quiet at $6 25. Rosins are
firm at $3 26 for common, $3 37_ and $0 for strained
and No. 2, and $6 60 to 7 for No. 1 and pale and white.
ITar Is dull at 92 25 to 8 for domestic. Stock 7000 barrel-.
OIL- -Linseed is firm at $1 65. Fish oil? are dull at
$1 25 for crude whale, and $2 60 for crudo sperm. Lard
oil ia dull at 1 40 to $2 for Noa. 2 and 1 to primo.
P-TIU>I,KII_- Is dull and heavy at 25a to 26c for
crude, 41 to 42c for refined, in bond, and 68 to 60c for do
RICE-Is dull. Small sales of West India at 10 to Ile.
8-OAR-Raw sugar? are dull and unchanged. We
quote fair to good refining at 10_ to 11}.o. Refined are
dull and nominal.
TALLOW-Uoldors aro loss firm In their views, bnt the
transactions are light. We quote at about lix to 13c
for western and city.
WHISKEY-Tho market is dull and nominal at 2 25 to
$2 25}, for State, and 2 26 to $2 26_ for western.
DBT GOODS.-Prices have generally advanced for all
goods, under the dlroot influence of the great advance
in gold and cotton. The low-price cotton brown heavy
sheeting? have been brought up. Prloea will for the
prosontbe governed by the price of gold. The .mand
for conaumptlon Is not large Prints ara active tor con
sumption aa well aa for speculation to hoi i, at higher
prices. Outaide dealers are In the market from all parts
of the country. Ginghams tv o very active and buoyant
Woolens, though not so booyan '. or active as cotton?,
are in good demand from the olothlng trade, and pit _r?
aro ?trongor. The demand for spring styles ia over for
the season in the main, but autumn goods are in de
mand. Delaine? f rfall style are In black and white.
Bammer delaines are not wanted. Blankets are muoh
wanted, and flannola are very active.
1 hore IB a large stock of woolen gooda on band. For
eigu fabrics are not verj active, except for eummor
traveling goods. The stocks are too large to be much
affected ?,y the rise in gold at present. AlpacaB being
?caree, aro higher. Silks are very quiet. It i? not yet
hela quite certain that tho present heavy sblpments
will continue, and consequently that the advance In
gold will not be speedily lo? t, so tbat speculation Is at a
halt, especially as stocks of foreign goods are heavy.
Prices are, however, steadv, and very little activity of
dornend would cause an advance. The imports . f dry
gooda are ?till large. The value as entered at the cua
tombouae for laat week is $2,009,003 In gold.-New
[Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce.]
HAVANA, June 10.-t-tote of our market without any
important ohange? since my last report: probably a lit
tle more animation. Whites through at 6 to $7 per 100
lba; yellow?. Noa l8 to 20, at 3% to $_?_ ao; brown?,
. 11 to 19. at SU to 93}*' do; cucuruchos, No 6 to 10, at
3 to 98*. do; Bluaoovadoea, inferior and refining to beat
. grocery, at 8}_ to $4 do. Shipped this week Line, and
1 fxom Mataniaa 82,411 boxes, 18781__ of which lo Now
York 6344 boxos; Boston 93 hhds; Portland 127 hhds;
Philadelphia 3407 boxes, 40 hhds do; Baltimore 1460
boxes; Now Orleans 6253 boxes, leavlug in both ports
622,807 boxos, 16,744 bhds. Molasses, prices well sus
tained; clayed at 6 to 5% rials por keg; Muscovado at
6S to 7 rials do.
FUF.KJIITM.-Slight improvement in demand. Char
ters closed for New York: Br bark Ella Addo, 1760 bxs
at $!>? fi box; bark Adelaido Morris, 4000 bxs at $1 ?_ "&
box; Br brig Covadouga, 1000 bxs at $1>? ; for North of
Hatteras, brig Knight (at Matanzas), 450 hhds Molasses
at $4; brig Charlea Poole, 600 hhds Molasses at $3 ??
hhd; brig Waldo, 600 hbds 8ugar at $6 do; Philadel
phia. Br brig Thomas Terry, 400 hhds Su.^ar at $1 60 %%
owt; Portland, brig Essex, 300 hhds Moldaos at $ HU ft
EXCHANGES.-London at 60 days' sight, 18K@19>?
prom; Paris do at 6@6?^ ; ? S Northern cities at _1@23
dis? American gold at 7 prem. B. Y.
Consignees |icr Bonita Carolina llttllroatl,
24 bales Cotton, 78 baloa BIdze, 37 bbls Orude Turpen
tine, 1 car Lumber, Furniture, and Sundries. To Wil
lis Ac Chlsolm, O W Williams k Co, K B Bhett Jr, V D
Cohen, B B Agent, J M Eaaon ft Bro, B W Galo. A Ro
binson & Co, Zitnmsrman Davis, Taft k Howland,
For steamship Quaker City, for Now York-W O
Seaman, L Lohmann, M Hattrlch, H H Seedorff, R 8
Vorhin?), J H Moses, C D Hubbard, H W Wright, U Nor
ton, W Brower, R H Bigger, Win Patton, J A Oreouo,
Capt J Plerco, O K Buger, Allas O Lazarua, A Moiso and
lady. Mrs B O Moiso, Mrs B H Mo?se, Miss E Lowndes,
Miss Lilly Huger, H Lawronco and lady, ? Hammou
and lady, 3 E Sterling and lady, Mrs Weldon, J M Kin
Por steamship Monoka, from New York-O Kreite,
David Ewart, A Maxoli, Dr Durant, J Barrett, Goo P
Hebank, L Muller, and in ?teerage.
rxPer steamship E O Knight, from Baltimore-W Boll
man, B E Miller. TJ 8 A, W Biackham, W Simons, Miss
O Barneyf Mrs F Fornandis.
POA-KS Ol' TUB MOOR.
Last Q. 6th, . . 63m. morn I First Q. 19th, 6b. 26m. even
New M. 13th, ti. 7m. even| full M. 27th, 10h. 15m. even
8.. 8 i 5..31
7..10 I 9..89
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday. I JUNE *?!4
Steamship Monoka, Marshman, New York-left Thurs
day, S P M. Mdze. To A Getty k Co. Willis k Chlsolm,
D A Ammo, M Alexander, T N AveriU _ Sou, O D Ahrens
b Co, A H Abrahams k Son, J E Adger b Co, E Bates k
Co, Brown k f-cblrmer, J B Betts, F Bernhardy. E E
Bedford, W M Bird k Co, J ? Boeach. Bodman Bros, H
Bischoff & Oo, T M Bristol, W T Burge & Co, J Conner,
L Cohen, J Comlns, J A Cook & Oo, Chapeau b Hoflron,
OHt-olm Bros, Clark b Gruber. O D Carr b Co. Major
Dennis, M Drake, DeOottes k Hains, D Ewart, A W Eckel
b Co, i M Eaaon b Bro, B Feldman. 8 Frlbourg, Cahm
b Co, B Foloy, D F Fleming b Co, H Qerdts b Co, Gon
zalos, Woodward b Oo, Graeser & Smith, Wm Gurney,
Graman k Bob waoke O Goldstein, J H Graver, P Haye,
H Barbers, 8 Hart. Sr, J H Billen, Hart k Co, J Hceae
man b Brothor, Hastie, Oalhoun b Co, Hunt b Bro
ther, J Hnrkamp & Co, A ZUlng, S Isear b Brother, L
F Koestor, W Kinsman, KUnck, Wlckenberg k Co, H W
Krioto, H Klatte b Oo, King b Oasaldey, H Knight, C I
Eornahrcns, Lengnlck k Sell, Lubra Ac Htolllng, j> Levin
Jr, Laurey & Alexander, O Lttschgl, J H k W Muller. J
S Martin; O Madsen, T McCarthy, J Miohaelson, J B
McElhoee, S B Marshall Wm Matthleasen, agont, T Mur
phy, Macollar, Williams k Parkor, J Marion, Melohers
At ?uller, BH MoDowell & Oo, Muller b Niinltz, Man
ton k Co, J E Meister k Oo, W McComb b Oo. MoLoy b
Bloe, Mlkeh k Boyle, J A Neuffor, D O'Neill b Bon, O A
Osteniorff, H Oliver b Oo, B O'Neil, D Pani b Co, Jos
Parcell, J B Pringle, O F Panknln, Mhllllps k MoDow
ell, W P Bussell, W Babenateln, Baonl k Lynah, J N
Hobson, Stoll, Webb k Oo, G W Steffens k Co, Btrauss,
Vanees ft Co, Shackelford k Fraser, 8treet Bros k Co, L
Schnell k Co, J Sayas, J Stoiber. .TBE Sloan, J 8 Bcblr
mer, J B Togni, W G Trott, Offerbardt ft Campson, J U
V?llers, F IVon Ban'cn, Wbite & Paine, Dr W T Wragg,
W G W?_U?_en, O Wblttemoro, Son k Co, W White, Wer
ner ft Ducker, F Webmann & Co, G W Williams k Oo,
Wagoner, Heath b Monsocs, J Walker, J O Wohlers
Austin. Ajjdrua __Go. Nathan ft niioU.u(,ui, national
Ex Co, Southern Ex Co, Adams Ix Co, Order, and
others. Juno 24, 3.80 A M, 16 miles north of Frying
Pan Shoals, pasaed steamship Quaker City, bouod north.
Experienced head winda the entire passage. June 33,
4.30 P M, 30 miles north of Lookout, passed steamship
E B Souder, bound North.
Steamship E O Knight, Hollins, Baltimore. Left Wed
nesday, P M. Mdce. To Willis k Chlsolm, Bavenel b
Barnwell, C H Baldwin, Clark k Gruber, C D Ahrens k
Co Wurhmann b LUllonthal, H L Jeffers k Oo, Clifford
b Matthews, B B Agent, C N AveriU b Son, G W (Stef
fens b Co, L Schnell b Oo, B O'Neil, Dr H L Waring,
Hollinan Bros, J H V?llers, So Ex Co, B G Heriot,
Graeser k Smith, H Klatte k Co, Adams k Frost, Lau
rey ft Alexander, Lubra ft Stelling, J A Enalow & Co, G
H Walter ft Oo. Mebrtens ft Wohltman, W Gurney, WG
Whllden ft Co, J E Hertz ft Oo, Auatln, Andrus ft Co,
Carsten ft Jacobs, L Neumyer, F Kresse], J Hurkamp ft
Co, H Badenhop, P Kerrigan, Muller ft Niinltz, O H
Molse ft Co, Taft ft Howland, D H SUcox, Thurston ft
Holmes, D Straus, JOH damson, Nat Trans Co, Kana
paux ft Laine, L DoSaussure, King ft Cassldey, W H
Ohafee, IDE Sisan, J H 8cballa. Hunt ft Bro, W B
Williams, O D Franke, J H Oraver, F Wohinan ft Co,
St-eot Bros ft Co, M M Quinn ft Bro, H Bischoff, H F
Bakor ft Co, Wardlaw ft Carew, Gaa Works, p M Butler,
J Davis, J Campsen ft Co, W 0 Picking, Little & Mar
shall, J & J D Kirkpatrick, W O Dukes ft Co, T. Sten
house ft Co, J N Bobson, Cohen, Hanckel ft Co. P Fo
garty ft Co, W Boach, W Dayton, A L Eichelberger, O B
.kolines, Werner ft Ducker.
Steamer DeKalb, Mawson, Santeo. 156 baloa Cotton,
210 bbla BoBln, and Sundries. To M A Pringle, Styles
ft Carter, E H Bodgers ft Co, G H Waltor ft Co, Willis ft
Townsend, Hon J Townsond, W Dingle, W O Dukes ft
Co, Caldwell ft Sons, J A Smyth, Z Davis, O Beeder.
Cleared Saturday. [JUNE 33
Steamship Quaker City, Weat, Now York--Bavenel ft Co.
Cleared Yesterday. [JUNE 24
Behr Jonas Smith, Nichols, Now York-Wm Boach.
'.?Vent to Sea Saturday. [JUNE 33
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York.
Steamer Dictator, Ooxetter, Palatka via Jacksonville, Sa
vannah and Fernandlna.
Went to Sea Yesterday. [JONE 34
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nichols. New York.
From this Port.
Steamship Saragossa, Oro well, New York, June 19.
Up for tills Port.
8chr S 3 Waring. Smith, at New York, Juno 20.
Sehr Lath Bleb, Bonton*, at New York, J une 21.
Cleared for thli Port.
Steamship Monoka, Marshman, at New York, June 31.
Brig Oyolono, Haakell at Boston, June 19.
Sehr Wide World, Hlldreth, at New York, June 3L
Balled tor this Port.
The sehr Bover Belle, Baxter, from Barns table via Nor.
folk, sailed from the latter on the 14th Inst, for this
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May 23____ amo
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_OC A DA VI-AUBUfT*. __JTO?__H.
3H__?> Mil a new and wonderful SEWING MAOHIBB
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I d_l___ M__ __-_*-_ i?
N. York Advertisements.
A NOBLE PURPOSE
A GLORIOUS RESULT.
THERE ARE AS MANY ROADS TO FAME AND FOR
rUHE as thoro woro gatowaye to the anotont Thobea.
-our ambitious warrior 1? for oarrytug his way with the
bro; your aspiring politician for sohomlug i_ ?_? by
ntrlguo and consummate art. But there S one mad
! oad path te tho goal, along whioh nothing baso oaa
vol. It 1? the path not ?part for the march of talent
nergy, and noble purpose ; and though full of obstacles
contain* none that a bravo mau cannot ?urmount
his fact has been exemplified In innumerable !_?
ancoe, but in few moro forcibly than In the riao and
rogroiis of DR. HOOFLAND'U GERMAN BITTERS.
For orer fifteen year? lte oourso ha? boou onward and
upward, scattering ble__gB at every step until it now
tanda on tho topmost rounds of the ladd f fame, aa
nOOFLAND'S -ERMAIV BITTERS
Ia a ponltlTo remedy for
DISEASES RESULTTNG FROM
OLSOBDEB OF TUL, LTVEB and
And is the only oertaln and safe
RESTORER OF STRENGTH
IN CASES OF D__..____.
By the use or this Bitters
WEAKENED AND DEBILITATED PU-M<*fl Bl
COME RENEWED WITH ALL THE TI GOB
Impaired constitutions are rebuilt, and the pat! oat In
S short Uno regains
Vigor, Health, and. S trength..
OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING STMFTOIfjS,
Resulting from DUKM-den ?f the Digestive Organs!
Oon?_p?_o_. Inward Piles, Fulness of Blood to tbo
Hoad, Acidity of the Stomaofa, Nausea, Heart*
burn, Disgust for Food, Fulness or Weight
lu the Stomach, Sour Eruotations, Sink,
lug or fluttering at the Fit of the
Stomach, Swimming of tho Head,
Hurried and Dlfiloult Breath
ing, Fin ttorlng at the>_
Otaoaking or 8_ffo_t_g
Sensation when in a Lying Pos
ture, Dnlinass of Vision,
Webs before the Bight, Fever
add Dull Pains ia the Head, Dall,
eli?ney of l'oni piro lion. Yellowness of
?the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back,
-heat, Limbs, Etc, Sudden Fluahoa of Heat, Darning In
the Flesh, Oo_t_t Imaginlnga of Evil, and
great Depression of Hplrlia.
THAT THESE BITTERS
OONTATW y*r\ _TT-. ??? -.__
_H_ CAN'T MAKE DRUNKARDS.
IS NOT A
BUT A HIGHLY OOHOE-TKATED VEGETABLE
FREB FROM ALO.HOLIO OTIMULANT OB INJURI
It cannot _*idlou?_y Introduce the vio? o? _.____
ness Into the bosom of your families-to your wife, you
children, or y oar friends.
Or others whose iys_xis have become Impaired by hard
ships or <___-, will And 1B this Bitters a toni o that w
_?-kore them to all their original vigor.
These Bitter? have performed more cures I
01 VEN BETTER SATISFACTION I
HAVE MORE TESTIMONY I
HAVE MOBE RESPECTABLE (PEOPLE TO VOUCH
FOB THEM I
Than any other artiole In the market. We defy any on
to contradict this assertion,
AND WILL PAY $1000
To any one that will produce a Oortiflcato published by
na that la not o_ro__
READ WHO SATS BO.
FBOM THE HON. THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
WAIHIMOTOM, January l, 13__
Gentlemen:-Having stated it verbally to you, I hay
no hesitation in writing the _ct, that I experienced
marked benefit from your Hoofland'a Germaii Bitter a
During a long and tedious session of Courre??, pr?sala
and ouerona dntioB nearly proatrated me. A kind friso
auggested the use of the preparation I have named.
took his advice, and the r??ult waa Improvement o
health, renewed energy, and that par_onl_r relief I ?o
much needed and oBtained. Others may be similarly
advantaged, If they desire to be.
"Truly your friend? THOMAS B. FLORENCE.
From Bar. W. D. Selgfried, Pastor of Twelfth' Bap 11
_______>__, December 26, 18-5.- Mein_, Jone? A
Evan--Gentlemen :-I have recently been lab-ring na
der the distressing offocta of in digestion, aocompanle
by a proatration of the nervons system. Numero?
remedie? were reoommended by friends and ?oma o
thean tested, but without reli?t Your Hoofland'a Ger
man Bitters were recommended by persons who had
triad them, and whose favorable mention of the Bitten
nduood me also to try them. I muat confess that I he
an aversion to patent medicines, from the "thotuan
and o-o" quack "Bitters," whose only aim seems te b
to palm on sweetened and drugged liquor upon the com
munMy, In a sly way I end the tendenoy of whioh, X
fear, is te make many a confirm od drunkard. Upon
learning that yours waa really a medicinal preparation
I took it with happy effect. Ita motion not only npoa
tho stomach but upon the nervous system, was prom p
and gratifying. I reel that I havo derived great and po
marient benefit from the use of a few bottle?. Very ra
peotfully yours. W. D. BEIGFRIHD,
No. 304 S-_c__t_axo_-Btre_
BEWABE OP COTJNTE_c*BI_-.
See that tho signature of "0. M. JACKSON" I? on _
WRAPPER of ?Mb, bottle.
PRINCIPAL OPFIOE AND MAN?FAOTOBY,
No. 631 Arch-street.
JONES ft EVANS.
SUOOBBSOBS TO O. M. JACKSON * 00.
Vor ula by DroggUt? snd De_U_ in e^ery ?ewn^ia
he U?M_ State*, thm ly wo?#_-r mt