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Th.? Dailv News.
TUESDAY JtlOBNING, JUNE 2G, 18C6.
Testimonial to Captain AX. F. Blaury in
Bngland-Southern Gontns Flatteringly
On OJO ovoni-.: ?f the 4th Instant abont ono hundred
at.? ' ?.irty t*entl?<n, ii assomblod at Willis* Rooms, Lou
. < i, on the occsslon of a bauquot and testimonial to
Caj tain M. F. MAURT, lato of tho Cnnfcdcrato navy, tbo
object of Ibis tributo being to makes suitablo public
recognition of tho brilliant services conferred by tha-j
officer on tho cause of maritime science. Sir JOHN
PAKINGTON, M. P., presided, and among those present
woro moat of the roproiontatives of foreign powers, and
a great number of distinguished Dritlsb naval ofllcers
and men of science. From tho London Daily News oi
Juno 5 wo tako tho following account of tho proceed
After the usual toast?, followed by that of "The DI
?lomatlc Corps," tho chairman proceeded to present
i? testimonial. In doing so, addressing the gallant
captain personally, ho congratulated him on having de
voted his noble ii tolled to a purpose which hail in tho
result conduced so greatly to the lasting benefit of man
hind. Hotbeu tracod the history of bia scientific iiIs
covorles.and refer?ed to tho practical advantages whlci
the public were now ?Iorivin? from thom. In the voyage
of a ship from England to India or China there was, ho ob
served, a saving or ?256. What then must bo the annual
?aggregate saving on Uie voyages of all tho ships of this
country? It waa wh?n Captain Usury's f uno was at Its
height tbat t li ero broke out tbo unfortunate civil war
between the. North and the South-a war in which,
boing a Southerner by birth, ho took tbo part worthy of
his character and career. [Loud cheers.]
Ho then udvorteel to tho fact tbat alter tho war had
terminated the gaUant captain was invited by tho Orand
Duke Constantino to .ok? up his abode In Russia, and
by Prince Napoleon to accept a home in Prance. The
teatimotilal now to bo presented commenced about a
year ago. Holland subscribed about ?1,000, Russia to .t
/ ?1,000, and a large amount waa also collocted in this
country. And he now, lu tbo name of England, of .at
ropo and of the civilized worli, ba? to request Captain
Manry to accept a testimonial, considerably oxcoeding
tip amount threo thousand guineas, ss a recognition of
esteem, -admiration and gratitude. [Oreat ??neerinjr.]
He concluded by reading an address expr salve of the
object of the presentation, and having handed tho mo
ney to tho guoat of tho ovenlng in a silver casket, he
?troposrd his health, which was drunk with three times
hrco amid much enthusiasm.
Captain Maury commenced by repudiating the notion
that ho was deBorvlng such an acknowledgment. Forty
years ago, he said, it was his good fortune to enter on
a field of discovery In which the harvest was roady to
hand. Very soou a fleet acattered all over the world
was engaged In observing certain phenomena of the sea
and the air; and at a very small cost ships of all nations
wore converted Into templos of science. [01 eors.1 The
necessity of combination in the retearoheB made led to
the conference at Rrusaols, and now he saw a brilliant
assemblage met to celebrate the results which had since
been achieved. In conclusion, the gallant captain de
clared his utter inability to acknowledge in appropriate
terms the handaotno testimonial just presented, and
?aid he must therefore express it with sealed Ups and
the eloquence of silence. [Loud cheers.]
?Among the remslulng toasts waa "our Foreign Visi
tors," proposed by Lord William Grosvenor, M. P.,
which waa responded to by Opmmodore Jansen, of the
Royal Dutch Navy and General Ueauregard, of the late
Confederate States of America, the latter of whom was
treated with special cordiality.
Uno no BUFJFEAOE.- A long and interesting lottor over
".the signature "Pierro," is puolisbed in the New York
: A'eioi of the 7tb. We subjoin an extract. "Pierre" is
no less a personago than P. W. AxxxAirnxn, of Georgia,
whose letters "from the front," daring the war, gained
for bim a national reputation. His views upon the
vexed question of negro suffrage are in tbe main cor
rect He says :
The Southern people do not resist the Radical pro
position to confer political rights upon the negroes from
any fear that tbe latter would array tbemselvos perma
nently againat them, but from a elncero conviction,
- based upon tbelr intimate knowledge of the race, that
they are wholly ignorant of the duties and responsibili
ties of the higher grades of citizenship, and by nature
far Inferior to'the Caucasian. The Radicals might con
trol a majority of the freedmen for a time, but the negro
Wonld fooucou e to uiuhrttaud the bollowness of their
- professions, and the selfleh nature of their friendship.
1 bave never known any people more sensible to Injun
tios and undue partiality, or more quick to dUtiugulsh
the trae man from tbo false, tbe friend from the covert
foo, than the slaves of the South Their inferior posi
tion taught thom this necessary lesson. Such a people,
now that they are free, would not bo long at a loss as to
the value of the friendship of such a party as that led
by Stevens and Greeloy. And hence, I say if the Irced
men should ever bo allowed to vote a decided majority
of them, after the first year or two, would be found
1 voting with tho whites. This, npon the presumption
that the 8 uthern people consent to confer upon them
the privilege of tbts great franchise. Rut what If they
should not so consent, and the privil?ge should, never
theless, be forced upon them ? The extermination of
one or the other raco..
How Atrron RECAME RICH.- A writer in Harper'!
Magazin?, speaking of the late JOHN JACOB ABTOU, thin
-refers to the mode by which be acquired his great wealth :
It was neither furs nor teas that gave him $20,000 000.
When he arrived in New York, it contained only 25.000
inhabitants. In 1800, when ho began to have money to
Invest, the city bad begun to doub'tj in population, and
had advanced nearly a milo up tha island. Astor fore
S aaw its future growth, and bought all the lands and lots
iuat beyond the verti? of the city tbat he could get.. One
Ittle anecdote will show the wisdom of this proceed
He sold a lot in tho vicinity of Wall-street In 1810 for
$8000, which was supposed to be somewhat under its
value. The purchaser, after the pane? s were signed,
--seemed disposed to chuckle over hu bargain.
"Why, Mr. ?As or " Bald be, "this lot le worth $13,000."
. "Very fane," replied Astor, "but now yon shall see
what I abell d . with thlB money. With $8000 I will buy
I eighty lota above Canal-street. Hy the time your lot is
worth $19.000, my eighty lots will be worth $80,000,"
whlob proved to be a faot.
In the course of timo the Island waa dotted all over
with Astor lands to such an extent that tbe whole in
come from his estate for fifty y? ara could be Invested in
new houses, without buying any more land,
A NATIONAL PICTUUE -The Richmond Timet makes
-the following art suggestion:
There is. ?e believe, still a vacant panel in the rotun
da of tim Oai-itol at Warldu ton, whlob patiently awaits
ita inevltabl? fa ?>, in tho form of some hideous daub of
a "national painting." It is tho panel neat to that fa
mous "shin piece," where the talent of tbe artist was
enhausted lu painting the well developed legs of the
signers of tbo Declaration of ndependence. As the
?Jacobins art- duubtler-B proud of the late splendid tri
umph of Ar u? 11.mi valor over a feeble, old. and help
lesa pris ou er, i? i o murent appropri?t?? $50,000 for a gi
gantic painting o* the ' Pla ling xhacsl&e upon Jefferson
Davis." It Is . ogniBo-nt subject for an accomplikbed
artist. Th. cold, damp, clteerhss cell, the small Iron
bedstead, tbe tra-tr ent of mouldy breao, the overturned
tin cap of "irt* water, th, cold aseanl* of a dosen ata -
i 'wart armed soldiers np >n a feebe old prisoner, the
heavy man- r es and the u pli li mi sledae-bammer of the
herculean blacksmith, are Hph-udld materials for a great
national picture, AS a oertain poetic Uceute is allowed
to artists, head turnkey Mile? should be Introduced
looking at tut? imbi? and inspiriting exhibition of Ame
rican valor aud humanity through a doable-barred win
. * m , , .
A Fn_xn_-AN EXPLAINS.- A freedman explains the
-difference *<etwe?-n a Yankee arid a Southerner 'thustly:'
Now, wbite lolkn, I'm a gwhe to tell yon de difference
'tween a 8?>ntheri. matt and a Yank?e. Weil, de South
era man he s op a< ?le hotel, be ax fora room, be git de
key; he sat be <-Jim. tako my valisa." When he git
In de room he nay 'Jim, you black rascal, bruah my
coat and boots'-' and iii?hvaharrv.!' While I'se doing
dat he wash ht-ae f,- corni his har, take a drink, and
when I ?iv?.M hint .-e boots be bands me a dollar When
.de Yanko- st ?ps ?t a?- hotel,-be says, "Mr. Johnson,
please brUHh my h .o?s -Mr. Jobnsoo, bleate carry dis
note to Mr H - iib at ?bo railroad depot-Mr. Johnson,
I guess I'll havo o iruuiile von to bring me a pitcher of
water-Mr lohn ou t>l?-ase carry dis message to the
telegraph ??flin--Mr "ohn-on, I guess I ought to bave a
cigar-run ?I?wn nid g-t .. five, cent one." I cum back,
and spec, of cour. e. Ita? 41 J me ?bout two do.Urs, bat
6 ?toad of ?iv.ng oil- on?-* . e ax me to tako a seat and
tell bim bout ni* ?run Jf 1 -er, my gran ni udder, my
''?? ?rudder, my xl-t r. a?.d m. cousin, snd my old masaa
.and how much l**a mat in' _nJ Uo?r old I is. and all sich
SOntenee and aft?r a while ho say, "Wo 1 J. hnann, I
gnoss I'll bave io g v> yon '. time afore I leave here."
Now, whre folk? <. t'a ?1 difference 'tween de Southern
man and du Ya< kee, and Us every wor.t traf.
OUSTAVB Dome.- I his artist, wbo*e genius and indus
try are allk?- mar?altona, bse supplied fortv-three illas
tratl< nu to tb? .. Authentic History of Captain Caatati
netto," writit-ii by M Manuel a Fren, h author, and
Just trau? lalcd iu?n Eugllah. It Is a story of the Mau
ehausen ela--, ?mi the hero, of the Robad li family, is a
ludicrous btsst '* who applied arilflufal contrivances
to repai ibera -gea ?>f war. until scarcely a bit of bia
original 1 ertxm r? m-iined to him. 'I he book is amusing,
bat tbe illustra??..? a < bleflygltre it value.
The D ? ton Traveller t' ..as a mi miment should be
anotad *o 4-RI-B?ON KINO -pb an Inscription S'tting
forth that hf < 1 ibeotily mau that ever preferred death
40 office roi in ? i
Tile ? lim I, sion Cotton Market.
The cotton market was qutot yesterday, partlea walt
ing further now?. Wo heard of but one transaction, a
salo of .6 bales of strict middling cotton for the Spanish
market, at 35c per lb.
Money Matters In Europe.
In the European cities monoy is firm in prlco, and
the following aro tho quotations In the leading cities:
London, 10-9; Paris, _--3J?; Amiterdam, 6>_-6>_;
Vionna, 6-6; Berlin, 9-9; Frankfort, 7-7; Turin. 8- 8;
Brussels, 6-6; Madrid, 0-0; Hamburg, 0-7_; 8t. Pe
tersburg, 6)_- 7.
Of tho financial situation in England the London
?'canonist, o I June 9, says:
Tho recovery of tbo monoy market has made fur
ther progresa this week. It would have made very
considerable progress but for tho falluro of tho Agra
It Is said that a largo amount of the Agra Bank's ac
ceptances fall due to-day, and it remains to bo seen
what Inconvenience will become manifest in conse
qneno- It is, perhaps, too much to expect that wo
havoBcen the last ot tho important failures; but, apart
from any greater calamity than ?hero is any reason to
apprehend, the iaprovement ui the money market
and tho restoration in the tone of commercial confi
dence may bo expected to be somewhat rapid and do
The bank return of Wednesday night exhibits four
groat cianges. In tue first place, the total bullion is
one and a hall millions moro, arising from the large
American arrivals. Secondly the other securities al
one and throo-quartor millions less, indicating groator
facilillos, and here and there lower rates in Lombard
street. Thirdly, the banking reserve two millions
more. And lastly, the outstanding circulation is more
than half a million less. AU theso are most sati?factory
The banking reserve is now two and three-quarter
millions-and at leaBt three millions will gradually be
added to ft out of the bank note circulation. The other
securities aro still nearly ' htrty-two millions, and the
private deposits over twonty millions. As confidence
revives, five to six millions of deposita will be appllod
In diminution of the advances obtained on securities,
still leaving, howovor, a largo margin for the further
augmentation of the banking reserve. It IB quito possi
ble that the reserve may bo BO strengthened in the
course of the next few days as to justify tho directora
in rcdnolng the official rate at least 1 per cent. A meas
ure of this kind should, under prosont exceptional cir
cumstances, be adopted as early as possible The drain
of gold is quito at an end. But the nervous oonao
qnences of the panto remain-and with nervous pa
tients nothing Is so successful as a display o( confidence
on the part of great authorities. Ten per cent Is a se
vere regimon, end tbe Dank directors will do well to
avail themselves of the earliest occasion on which to
commence some mitigation of it.
People naturally turn to Amor?o*? and ask whether tho
collapse here is likely to produce a collapse there. Bo
far, America has shown a degroo of strength moat reas
suring. The demand for gold har b- u mot ra -t
promptly, and hitherto there have icen no signa o? au
extensive break up. The Java, jes arrived iron. New
York, with dates of the SOt . May, ir?-?, a fr.rlher
?700,000 In ap?ele, and fort'.er .:r-te sums sr. to fol
MOBILE, Juno 30.-COTTON-Thero was no demand
again to-day. Stock on sale very poor. Fifty bales
were sold. Pricos nominal.
MONETARY ANO FINANCIAL-To-day has been the dull
est day of the season-the excitement his almost en
tirely subsided. The foliowinu are the closing rates:
GOLD buying and soiling 147@162.
SILVER buying and selling at 130@1S6.
EXCHANGE-Sterling Dominai. Now York sight par _
ii premium, -lew Orleans par@>_ discount.
NEW ORLEANS, June 21).-COTTON.-The market
continued quiet to-day, the Inquiry being confined to
few buyers for the North, and tho sales confined to 690
bales, taken by six brokers at about prevtoua r.tes.
Mixed lists were negl? ctnd and rather easier, but oven
running were held at lull prices, and could hardly be
had at any concessions. We continuo to quote ordinary
at 29 to ?Jo, good ordinal y at 32 to 3_o, low middling at
BO to 98o, and middling at ?Uo. The outside figures for
good ordinary and low middling are for ever running of
STATEMENT OF .OOTTOH.
Stock on handlet September, i860.balea.. 83,239
Received to-day. 1,913
Gleared to-day. 1,024
8tock on band.V.116,737
The clearances comprise 1024 bales for Providence,
8c_n ANO Mor.ASSES.-1 horn have not been any re
ceipts from tbo coast since yesterday. There is very
little cf the production of Loulatana on band, bat a good
stock of that of Cuba. The market la at a stand-still,
however, there being little or no demand.
A lot o? 60 hbds. Oana Molasses sold at 660 per gallon.
Common to fair Louisiana Sngar is retailing slowl- at
IS tol4o per pound; fully fair ttii to 15c; primo !6>?o;
yellow clarified 15?? to leo; white 16K to leJ?o per lb.
Cuba Bug_r Is retailing at 13 to l8 *_o for No 13, and 14c
for No. 14.
Fii?ionre-Tho freight market continues very dull,
both foreign and coastwise. There is a little going for
ward at -O per lb for Cotton and 6O0 per bbl for Flour
by sall for New York and Boston; lo par lb for Cotton,
and 81)0 per pound bbl for Flour by steam. The ratea
by Balling v?ase a for Liverpool are Nd per lb for Cot
ton and 86s for Tabacco. For Havre 1 cent per pound
' MEMPHIS, June 32.-COTTON- The markot yesterday
was extremely duli, with few triulisotlons during the
day. Holders were firm, ard offering no hing but small
lots. In anticipation of mora favorable newa frum Liver
Eool by the next steamer. Tbe inquiries were few, and
ayers were wanting in confidence to _nn<v>dn to hold
ers' prices. We give a summary of sales as far as we
could learn : Strict Middling, 30 bates st 860; l8 at 3 Ko;
Bright Middling, 40 bales at 360. 33 at 86c, 61 at 34>_o;
Sby Middling, 36 bales at 34o. 33 at S8i,c; Low Mid
dling, 81 bales at 3_o; Good Ordinary, 38 bales at 80;
Repacked, 33 bales at 3fk>. The market dosed dull and
unsettled. Tho New York noon dispatches report Cot
ton dull and nominal ?Orleans 88 to 40o. The 1.30 dis
patch says Cotton dull and nominal. The following aro
tbe quotation- of our market :
Good Ordinary.30 @31
Low Middling.33 @33
Strict Middling.86 @36>_
Good Middling.37 _)38
BALTIMORE, Jane 33.-COFFEE.-The market is dull
for Rio; quote nomina', prime 10 _ to 30o, good l8 to
l8,.c, ordinary 10 to 16 *._?; gold-100 baga old Java ex
Frederick, at 36 cents gold. Holdera are firm for an ad?
vanee from store.
COTTON. The market la dull and nominal at quota
Ordinary.perlb ....30o 33 eta
Good ordinary...:.84o 86 eta
Low middling..36c 37 ota
Middling.880 40 ota
Good middling.40o 41 eta
FLO0n-Was very dull to-day, with stronger disposi
tion to sell, but no buyers except for retail lota Prices,
though nominally unchanged, -ivor buyer*, particularly
for Northwestern Super and Extra, of whloh the receipts
are now chlelly composed. We continue to quote the
range of prices as f-.llows: Howard street Super and out
Extra $10 to 1060, do Extra shtpplg 91100 to 13 60,
do high grades retailing $13 to l8 60, do Family $14 60
to $16 60; Oblo Super and eui Extra none, do Extra
shipping $10 BO to II 60, do retailing $19 60 to 13 60, do
Family $16 to 16 60; North .stern nuper $9 36 to 9 76;
do Extra $10 60 to 1160: City Mills fiuper $9 76 to 10,
do shipping br_ds Extra $14 to 14 60. do standard Ex
tra $11 36 to 11 76; Baltimore, Welch's and Greenfield
Family $17 60, Bilttmore biith grade Extra $16 60 per
barrel. Rye Flour, new, $0 13). to 6 87% per barrel.
Oom Meal-Yellow and wbi'e $6 26 to 6 per barrel.
QUAIN-Wheat-2"00 bushel? Kentucky white and
1?70 bushels Mar? land and Western red received! mar
ket dull. The white vras held at $330; only sale re
ported waa 676 buebols prime Maryland red at $3 10
P r bushel-no salee of Hprlng. corn-8660 busnels
white and 7720 bnaheie yellow comprised the offerings;
market was Inactive and for wb 10 prices further ad
vanced 6 to 6 eta-included in the sal?? were 7100 bush
els white at $l l8 to 1 30 for Inferior, and at $1 34 to
I 26 for prime, bulk of sales of tbe latter description
1600 bushels yellow at $1 08 to 1 04 per bushel, nearly
all?t th? latter. Oats-4200 bushels rscelved; market
dull, snisl eales, li><ht at 7. cts, and heavy at 66 couts
MOLASSES-Nothing doing to-day; quotations un
Pnov_no_-The market Is firm, with good jobbing
dem.nd for Bacon, wblcb la steady at 17 cento for
(shoulders and So cents for Hides; we quote Hams fine
sugar cared. 26 to 26 cents; Mess Pork is held at $15;
very little? ffered; Bulk -boulders 6X oents; ides 8*_
cents; Lard, 33 cerna for Butchers'; tia to 38 cents for
W- stern tierces..and 34 cents per pound ?or Baltimore
refine , In keg*.
Hint-Within the past few day a there have been
further sales of 3 to too bags Bango n. tar export, on
private terms; small trade sa ee reported at 10 to 10X
cents for Rangoon, and ia to 12a cents per pound for
Boats -Late yesterday th-re was a sale of C8 hhda,
II tierce and l18 bbla English Island, part for refining,
on terms not transpired; today wo heard of no trans
actions: quotations aro nominal as last reported.
REFIS FI? SUO-JIB.-Prices wero to-day reduced 'io all
round: we now ?iiioto extra fino powdered 17', v- uta;
crushed, powdorort, and granulated HMO) softcrusbod
A whlto ?CHo; clrclo A white 16%c; B whito lotfe: 0
extra 16'ic; C yellow 16?fe; clroo O 14J? f? lb for 20
bbls for 100 bhls or moro >,'c lera.
SVBOP- Is steady at '.2 ceute V ga Ion for Baltimoro
SALT.-The involcos per Myrtle and Guitano, latter to
arrive, consisting in ah ef 66'?I5 sacks Oround Alum, and
1700 Fine, havo boon taken ou private terms. Krom
doalors we quote Oround Alum at $.'. 10<?>2 IS; Mar
shall's and Worthington^ Fino $3 20, and other brands
loss known $3 10@3 16 per sack. Turk's Island COc per
WnisKsr.-Market dull, and In the absence of sale
prices ontlroly nominal.
New York Market.
The Now York Evening Poll, of Friday, June 22d,
Tbo only thing worthy of notlco In tho stock markot
to-day Is tbe suspenso and paralysis which seems to
havo invaded all tbo departments of business. This is
attributed to tho unaottled condition of European affairs,
and tho prevailing dorire to wait for further news, which
somo say will bo bettor (han last, whito others aro lose
Tbo loan market Is easy at 4 to 6 per cent on call.
Commercial paper la quiet at 6J? to 7.
The stock market Is steady, but dull, offering no fea
tures of special interest.
The following wo*e tho chief quotations for gold this
forenoon: 10.30, H7J?; li 00. 149 ?i; Il 30, 149 ?j?; 12.00,
1*0%; I2.SO, 149<*: 1.00, 148J?; 1.30, 148^ ; 2.00, 149>_.
Exohange Is dull. Bills at GO days on Loudon aro
quoted at 107 for commercial; 107V to io?>? for bank
ers'; do at short sight, 108J? to lOOJf; Paris at 00 days,
6 17K toO 10; do at short sight, 6 lu to 6 07>_; Antwerp,
3 20 to 6 10; Swiss. 6 13% to 6 10; Hamburg, 36 to 30?? ;
Amsterdam, 41 to 41,W. Frankfort, 42 to 43; Bremen, 78
to 79; Prussian thalers, 78 to 74.
NEW YORK, Friday June 3 >.-F_o?B.*o.-The market
for western and state flour is loss active, and tho com
mon grades are about five coota lower. The sales aro
8000 barrels at $6 40 to 7 for superfino state; $7 60 to 8 00
for extra state; $8 90 to 0 80 for fancy state; $8 25 to 0 ?10
for the low grades of western extra; $9 10 to 10 15 for
shipping Ohio; $10 26 to 13 80 lor trade and family
brands, and $14 to 17 for 8t Louts oxtras.
Canadian flour is dall and heavy. Hales of 260 bbls at
$9 50 to 10 16 for the low grades of extra, and $10 26 to
IS 13for trade and family oxtras.
.Southern flour is dall and drooping. Sales of 300 bbls
at $10 60 to 12 for mixed to good superfino country
Baltimoro, Ac, and $12 16 to 17 26 for trade and ram H y
Rye flour Is firm bat quiet. 8alos of 160 bbls at $6 76
to 7 60.
Corn meal is firm and in fair demand. Sales of 400
bbls at $6 33 for Brandy wine afloat.
GBAIW-The wheat markot la inactive, and prices aro
Barley and barley malt aro doll and prioes are undo
Oats are quiet and prioes are without change. The
satos are 13,000 bushels at 68o for Chicago, old western
at 75c In store.
Bye is quiet and prioes aro unchanged.
Corn Is very dall and prices lower. The sales are
32,000 bushels unsound at 90 to 93o; new western mixed
at 96 to 97o, the Utter for a email lot, closing at 95c,
PBOVISIOKS-The pork market is decidedly lower
and with very Rberal offering the business has been
Tbe sales, cash and regular, are 18,360 bbls at 32 35 to
$32 87y% for moss, dosing at inside figures; 37 to $27 35
Beer is quio? and unchanged. Sales of 160 bbls at 13 to
$14 for old plain mess; 16 to $21 for new do; 14 to $17
for old extra do, and 30 to $34 for new do.
Tiorco beef is neglected.
Beef hams are nominal.
Oat meats are firm, particularly for prime light quali
ties, whioh are scarce. Sales of 50 pekgs sweet pickled
hams (Thorn's) at 30o.
Bacon is quiet. Bales of 60 boxes long olear at I"),
Lard Is dull and nominal at about 20 to 31c for No I
city, 2i ,*fo for prime do, and 33 to 22,?? o far fair to prime
steam and kettled rendered.
AJBHKS-The market is Arm with a moderate demand.
Sales at $8 10 to $8 25 for pots, and $15 to $16 far
Oovrn-The market for all kinds continue dall, and
priors in the absence of rales are nominal.
Con-on-The market la dull and heavy. We quote
nominally at 88o for middlings.
IIKM?* -Manilla la dull and heavy at 8}? to 9c, gold.
Other kinds are Inactivo.
HOPS are Arm and in good demand for homo consump
tion. We quote at 80 to 60o and 70o as to growth and
MOLASSXS.-We hear of no sales, and prices ara nomi
PxraoLKUM-Is dull and lower. We quote at 25 to
35Xc for orado, 40 to 43 for refined In bond, and 66 to
flu for do fies.
R?os-Is dab, bat prioes are without change.
SUOAB_Raw Sugara are dull and tho market Is unset
tled. We qaote nominally at ioj? to li He for fair to
good refining. Refined aro dull at 17c for hards.
TALLOW.-The market ia quiet, bat for strictly prime
lota very firm at about 13V to I3c. Common and Infe
rior qualities eau be bought lower, and we hear of some
60,000 lbs city at li'i to 12>_o.
WmsKKT.-The market is dull at $3 35 to 3 25li tor
SUte, and $2 26 to ?j, 26 s for Western.
Consignaos per ?oath Carolina Hallrood,
Jane 'ii and M5.
409 bales Cotton, 3 cars old Iron, Furniture, and Sun
dries. To 3 V Rooson, Thurston b Holmes, 2 Sten
house b Co, Willis A Oblsolm, W S Williams, A Getty k
Co, W W Bmiih, Ferguson A Barker, D D Cohen, Adams,
Frost b Co, G H Walter k Co, Ohiaolm Bros, Holmes b
Stoney, Janney b Tolleson, Hunt A Bro, W Knobelook,
T 8 b T G Mudd, Thompson b Bro, 3 King A Co, G M
?rubor, AS Brown, B F Molae, J B E Sloan, Porcher A
Henry. H L Jeffers b Co, E J Wlss b Co. W Johnaton.
A 8 J Perry, J B Pringle, G W Williams A Co. O O Witto,
M Goldsmith b Son, W C Lukes A Co, F J Pelzer, 8 O
Mooror, E H Rodgers b Co, J Cosgrove, W K Ryan, 3 b
3 D Kirkpatrick, J li CaldweR b Sons.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
89 bales Cotton, 185 bbls Naval Stores, cars Lumber,
Mdr.e, bo. 'io Rarenel b Oo, O E Huger, Screven b
Nesbit, Z Davis. G W Williams A Co, J G Moffett, Gon
ealss, Woodward A Co, Adams, Frost b Co, W K Ryan,
G li Pritobett, 3 b 3 D Kirkpatrick. Mowry A Co, J M
-ison A Bro, li A fi J F Early, J H ?aggett. Caldwell b
Robinson, R H tiodgers b Co, West st Jones, holmes A
Stoney, R H Rardln, Gaillard k Mlnott, and Smith k
MARINE NEWS. ~~
PORT OF VIIAULK8TON.
Arrived V.ii.nlay. I JUMB -?*6
Behr Lilly, Francis, New York, 10 days. Mdze. To
Wm Roach, O N AveriU b Son, J E Adgor b Oo, O D
Ahrens b Oo, 3 O Burokmyer, J W Roescb, A Bischoff,
Bollmann Bros, H F Baaer b Oo, Buaaell b Bro, Obls
olm Bros, R R Oowperthwalt, J W Cannait, ? Daly, J B
Duval b Son, D F Flaming A Co, O Grave ley. H Gerdu
b Co, J Hnrkamp A Co, O B Holmes. Jennings, Thom
Ilnson 4 Co, W J Eelss. H K latte b Co, J King b Oo, J
G MUnor A Co, J H A D Muller, J E Morsten k Co, Mul
ler A'Nlmlti:, B O'Neil, J V O'Nell b Hon, W B Smith b
0 >. G W Htaifens A Co, D H Sllooz, L W Tunnoll, Wuhr
man 4c Lillenthal, Willis b Oblsolm, J O Wohlers, Ward
law b Carew, E B White, B E Bradford, Cameron, Bark
ley b do, Hart A Oo, B Lafitte, A MoLelsh, Dr 0 F Pank
nln, G W W Riama b Oo, Werner a Docker, G H Walter
A Co Brevet Lleatanant-Colonel 0 W Thomau, Chief
Quartern?astor D 8 A, J Helms, and order.
Behr Alba, Adama, Philadelphia, 10 days. Coal, Hay,
and dro. To H F Baker A Co, 3 R Pringle Shackei
ford b Fraser, G H Waiter b Oo, Cameron, Barkley b
Co, BGiven, Wharton k Petaob, J N Roooon, W F Pad
don, J F W Walter. H B Dereef, S O B R Co, Geo B
Hacker, O V Foppenhelm, O N Averlll b Bon, H L Jef.
fars ? Co, EbauR- b Matoneo, J F Chapean, W H Eaat
orby, H T Peake, W R Baker, J Cosgrove, W, Roach,
Ohiaolm Bros, A M Lynch, Werner ?k Docker, H Wal
lace A Co, H Klatte & Co. G W t-ralth. J Cantwell, Smith
b Torree, Hart A Co, Fraser k Dill, W G WbOden b Co,
8ohr Swan, Mitchell, Baltimore, B ?lays from the
Cape . Corn and Mdse. To Street Bros ft Co, Mohrtena
b Wohltman, Wer?.er k Duokor, L Chap?n ?fe Co, B
O'Noll, Wagoner, Heath b Monaees, Fisher ft Lowranoe,
T Stenhouse ft Oo, J R Dural ft Son, O N AveylR ft Son,
J Cantwell ft Co, Graeser ft Smith, Mordecal ft Co, D O
Kb ugh, 3 A Armstrong ft Co, W Boaoh. Cart, Kept ft
Jo? voy, 3 Campe?n ft Oo, D Briggs, W M Bird ft Oo, G
Pritobett On tbe 34th lnst, lat 38 75 N, Ion 78 63 W,
spoke the brig Chesapeake for Savannah.
Went to Sea Yesterday. (JUHK 35
Sehr John 8 Lee, Bunnoll, Barbadoes and a market
Prona tills Port.
Brig Ohimbore-O, Hatch, Fall River, Mass, Juno 10.
Scbr Knohantresa, Blatchford, Havre, before lune 6.
Behr Sophia B Jameson, Jameson, Boston, June 30.
Sehr W B Beefra, Crawford, Philadelphia, Jane 33.
The Br sohr Aid. Mccormick, for this port, was load
ing at Matanaaa, 16th lost _
OTiUB -XTB80RIBEB HAVING RKT?BNED TO I?Hk
City, wlR oontraoi for all kinds of HOUSfc-QUILD?
?ra AH? BBPAIBIR?. W. .?rOR?VEB,
Or st uawaoai st fb-to_-t__?s, Ne. IT Broad-atreat.
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS
Bog roapeotfully to roturn thoir thanks to tht
publio for ita liberal support to their Journal, and
promiae that in the future, as in tho past, it ?hall
bo thoir aim io make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
in the country. Ii has now
THE LARGEST CffiClMTION
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Paper published in the ?tato-isanod in
folio form of eight pages, and the size of the Now -
It is universally oonceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAM NEWS
. IS THE
I _ST 3_> _B HP 331ST 3D _E 3ST _?,
BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
published in the South. It is
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends have epokon and written to
us cone.ming the publication of a Tri-Wookly. We
bare thought of doing this for some time, bat
owing to the general disarrangement of postal af
fairs, we have concluded not to do BO until the
commencement of next season.
On the first of ?optombor vre will oommeno-J.to
p-bilah a country edition of THE NEWB, and t
?hall be our aim to mako the paper the best era.
issued In this State. We intend introducing en?
uroly new features in this enterprise; it will not
be a summary of the daily, but will be complote
and original in itself, and we are certain thai ita
patrons will be as well pleased with ii as are
our present patrons pleased with the daily. *
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Six months. S.Ot
Three months. 2.<H
CATECAHT, IcIILUK & MGRTOH
No. l8 HAYNE-STR____T
O? ___,____,, 8. 0.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS 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. B. Pla-NT,
Pro.ldont, Augusta, Ga.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
S. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULI. ASSORTMENT OF OLOTH8, OAS
8IMERES AND VKHTINQ8 cas be bad, together
with a choice assortment of)
Gentlemen - Famishing Goods,
LINEN AND MUSLIN 8HIRTS,.made .to ""order, In any
ty lu that may bo desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give his special attention to the
TAI LO BIN? DEPARTMENT
AB UB__. lyr Jane I
(To. 108 WATER-STREET, NEW YORK*
PARTICULAR ATTENTION OITRN TO THE BALD
OF COTTON AND NATAL STORES.
? REPRESENTED BY
GEORGE E. PR-TOHETT, Oharleaton 8. O.
D. D. HOOOTT, Camden, 8. O.
A. H. VAN BO-HELEN, Wilmington, N. O.
Anri" *> " SinOe*
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
TniH HOTEL l8 NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It baa been remodelled and refurnished
throughout. The travelling public, trar.islent vliltora, or
others, will And In It all the luxuries of a FUtST-0___
ESTABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts o.
The location la one ol the moat airy end pleasant for
aui-ni-j- A Billiard Saloon for the lovera of thlo
Healthful exercise le attached. No pain? or ozpeaio
a pared to glvo entire setlaft-?tton.
May H_F. OPDEBBEOK.
THIS FIRST-LASS HOTEL HAYING BEEN BBNO
YATED end newly tarnished, le now open lor tho
reoepUon of the travelling pabilo.
G. MCGINLEY, Proprietor.
HTTGEB & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST.,
CHARLE8TO-, 8. O.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY!
SAW MILLS. GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER _ SALAMANDER SAFES, _e?
April a ______
OEO. B. CRUMP & GO.
?GBNTB FOR M_NU_A?TCRI_> TOBAGO*,
AMD WUO___Ia- DBALE-8 IM
LI .UOtts, -KAIN. i?*iai?na. Lilli-,
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w AM??8TA. GA. _,,
RK F III?-IC It iTOKS ! NI.W INVENTION
GREVTIMPROVEMENT! DRY! ECONOMY IN
10-1 GO >D VENTILATION AND PURU?_H0:
OHAMBER- rhla new Invention and great Improve?
ment, the result of long and practical experience, la now
offered to the pnollo with the auarano. that It _-.b_o_
in Ita oona motion all modern improvementa In UM
moat almpll dod form. One of the moat Important i_>
tnreo la the new Parity In? Chamber attached, by w_e_t
porftv t Dry Yontiution la obtained.
The lee keepa nearly twice a* long aa in ordinary Re?
_a an artlele of Furniture, the style In which t_y
._ got np renden them highly ornamental ter any
The trade rnrnlahed at snob low prime aa will maka U
KA tndttoemeiat for thom to call and ?urnlne my etoek.
Noa. Ml and MS Third Aveane, New York.
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