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MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 18CC.
OOMM K Hi t IAL.
PALMA, MAJORCA?Por bark E Wright?70,000 foot
Pino Lumber, 86 000 feat llowu Tlnibor.
NEW YORK?Per steaiuHbtp Quaker Olty?'?31 bales Up
land and 4 bales 8 I Cottou, 4 bolos Woolons, 2 cases
Tobacco, 114 boxes Sugar, 472 packages Vegetables,
100 boxes Muskets.
BALTIMORE?Ptr tcbr 8wau?76.000 ieot Btcaui Sawed
The Charleston Cot toi? Market.
Ou Saturday later European lutclllgonco bolng expoct
d, ltuyt.ru and sellern had no disposition to operato, and
stocks wore gonerally withdrawn. The market was quiet
duriog tho day, and only SO bales of Low Middling Cot
.ton was sold at 28c por lb.
SAV-NNAH, July 6.?Corro?**.?During the pad wo -k
there havo boon few or uo transactions in cottou. To
day one or two buyers aro offering 3 J>,c for Now York
middling. Probably vory Utile could bo sold otoo at
-this prico. Mixed and poor lots are unsaleable at present.
All parties aie anxiously awaiting the next accounts
In Sea Islands nothing haB boon dono.
Stock on hand Bopttuubor 1st..
Received slnco June 38.
Exported slnoo Jono 28.
-Stock on hand.
?axpon-rs of cottom tbom juh_ 28, 1866. to jolt 4,
'HiTunnAT, July 7.?Cottou? The market Is flat. Doal
ors aie holding off for European advices. Wo mako no
chango m oar qnotaUons ?if yesterday.
Ocbsbmot?Qold ia selllog lor 163*-?. No chango in
Silver or Becurltle?.
MOBILE, July 3.?Cotton? Thoro were sales of '
about 100balee of ropacked to-day. Prices nominal.
Momktabt AND ?-'inanoial?Tuore was a pretty luir
burine i doing to-da- in Qold and New York and New
-Orleans Exchange. Wo give the following as the closing
Qold?Buying and selling 148@162.
HILVEB?Nominal. 132? 135.
\ "?Exchange?Sterling nonituaL New York sight >.i? ?,
P?stmlum. New Orleans par.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, July 8 ?The market opeued with
__oro inquiry to-Jay, but the demand was checked by
are atrlngont pretensions on the part of factors, some
, who in asked l to 2 cent? more than they would bave
opted yesterday, and the sales were oonsequently
luod to 800 bales, taken by aeven brokers, at prl< es |
MHttaBM with the foliowi g quotations, viz: Ordl
25 to 27c, good ordinary 28 to 30c, low ml.lilting 31
?, and mid Hog 84 to 38o. At the ssme time it is
r to state that even running list? of low middling,
jlarlj if of good staple, commanded moro than
ltaldo flgoroa for that grade, or about 83 oeuta.
so noticed a shipment to-day of 200 bales, which
i not include iu the solos. V .* '
kterday'u business, summed up nearly 600 bales, in
; sbont 100 bales taken by ono broker afttr tbo
cIoso'o'^fci?eJW' -X?a-l'.?luofB lot the past three da)a
comprise ?00 bales. -The receipts proper since Friday
evening (?usivo of tho arrivals from Mobl'o. Florida
and Texavrhich ?re included in their recpective state
menta), ?race 2028 baloa?ag*_nst 1980 during the cor
r-aspoudlTperiod last week, showing an incroaie of 03
balea je exports embraoe 6693 bales, i'-22 of whioh
\tor<to?rolun ports, aed 437S coastwise. ,
/.- BIATHM-MT OF OOTTOll.
Stocin hand 1st Sept, 1866.baioi?83,239
B?vfved yesterday. 347
I * 819,310
OUfed to-day.. 2,077
m t?uioa hand.109.730
W xSb clearancoa comprise 798 bales for New York,
\ 1189 for Boston, 60 for Vera Cruz, and 40 for Bor
?noAit and Mo-uaBsxs.?There have not been a*,y re
.oelpts from the coast Bine? yesterday. The supplies
of tho production of Louisiana are very small, but those
of Cuba ?re liberal. The market oont.nuon extremely
dull, however, and we bave not a salo worthy of noto to
report, excep'inga lot of 60 hhds Cuba Molasses, rc
bolled in Boston, on private terms. Louisiana Sugar Is
retailing slowly at 12 to 13'?c per lb for common, lie for
fair, 14 >.o for fully fair, 16o for prime, 16 to 17c for yel
low clarified, and 17 to 17',c for white do. Cuba Sni-ar
is retailing at 13 to 13??c per lb for No. 13, 14c f r No
14. and 14?, to 16o for No. 15. Cuba MoUsic-t is
- quote '., In a small or retail way, at 60 to 50c per
Fbeiobts.?The Freight market con inues very dull,
both foreign and coastwise. There is a little going for
- ward at >?o per lb for Cotton and 50c per bbl f r Flour
by sail for New York <?' <( Boston, }?c por lb for Cotton
and 80c per bbl for Flour by i??m. The rato? by sail
- ing vessel for Liverpool are ?id per lb for tiottou and
35s for Tob ?ceo; lor Havre 1c per lb for Cotton.
M? : inputs Market.
MEMPHIS, July 4 ? Corro**.? The Ootton market
. continuas very dull. New York sdvtotaare v?ry unfa
vorable, that market being quoted dull at 35 to SO for
Middling Uplands. Tbero were no sales reported yea
.. terday. and w<- bnt quote nomltal y as follows :
Ordlui ry.26 to ?7c
Good Ordinary.28 to 39c
Low Middling.30 to 31c
Sttict Middling.34 io 31c
Good Mid Hing.30 to 37o
WILMINGTON. July 7.?Tobpkntihk?No chaDgo in
prices. Sales of 181 Ubis at 14 06 (or Virgin, ?3 10 for
yellow dip. and $i 65 f >r bard, V 380 lbs.
BriiUT? Tciu-KMi- E?talcs of 114 bbla at 45c, and 40
do at 44o V gallon for white.
Roan*?? Thoro was a better demand frr fino grade* to
. dar, and we quote sales of P89 bbla at prices ranging
frj $4 to $6 6 for No 1, and $0 to 6 36 for pale, accord
ing to quality. Boles also of 286 bbls common at $2 36,
- for strained.
No tranaactiona reported in other articles.
BALTIMORE, July 5 ?Corrn?Nothing doing.
. Quotations uominally unchanged, v z: IS to 19i, cents
for Bio and 25 *_ to 2r cents for Java, gold. Stock 19.8K
Floub?There ia some it quiry for new city, but nc
?lock, and the millers bave uot entered luto any oou
tracts aa far as we are advised. We notice sales or
Tuesday last, but not before reported, ? f 600 bb'a good
and choice winter We*t-rn extra at S12 60 to u 35, ai
to quality; 80J bbls choice Northwestern r-prlng do al
111 70?all taken for tbe loot.1 trade. The supply or thli
description of flour is light and in few hands, i.on
grados are more plenty, and I (Tcred fro ly, witti ut bay
ers We repeat quotations, though in some respect1
but nominal, as fii.lo?-.*?:
Howard atreotbuper and Ont Extra.S 0.76 ? 1**._J
Howard street Extra SMppIng.11.60? mi
Howard street H gh Grades.13.00(3 14 21
Howari* ?-trout Family.14 60? 15.61
Ohio B' c and Cut Extra..none.
Ohio Kxu-o t-hlpplng.10.60 @ 11.61
Ohio R* tal Hog.12 5? @ II 61
Ohio Family.12.00? 16 51
Northwestern Huper. 0.00? 9.7i
North-roatern Extra.10 60? 12.0
City Mills Super. 0.76? 10 H
City Mills Slilppln-i brAuds Extra.14 00? 14 51
Staudard Extra.11.76? 11 6i
Ealtlmor?*, Welch's k Grr-eufleld Family.. .17.60 ? 00 01
naltimoro hlg*> grado Extra.10.60 ? toot
Rye Flo-r?t.ew .0.00? 6 2?
Corn Meal?City Mills and ?randy-vino.... 5 20 ? 6.7,
Fish? The jobbing d* maud Is llglit but crlco? stoaJII;
nialutAined for nearly all descriptions. Of Macker?I w.
itrriiro ss*o< from the whsrf, Including large 3'n, new,a
$14 to 4J-?. ano medium 3's S13V to I3'i per bbl.
GuAnt?Wheat?1*203 bnsbels ? ff. red to-day, wl h s Oo
o' 145 bushels new wile common, at f2 05: primo he <
?3. Several small lots new red, out of order, brougb
12 76; l li'O buthHs nid Bombera -.Id at ?2 65 to $) ?t
as to quality, tto mqniry for Westa-n spring Oo n
12.000 Imshels white. 10.000 bushels yellow reo-Hved
. Market dull and lin-nr Salea 1000 bushels while a
$1 17 to I 30; 9000 bushels mixed and fair white $1 13
to 1 16; 1000 bushels yellow at 98 eta to f 1 per bu<-bt?l.
Oats are iu good supply and market dull, especially for
heavy Western, which i rn quoted at 60 to 66 cts, loose,
as to quality; Maryland light 05 to C8 cts. Rye nomi
nal at $1 16 to 1 30.
Molafb?i?No sales. Import? and stock small, and
prices without quotablo change.
Naval Stoiies?Wo quote ?pirita Turpentine quiet,
with small sales at 80 to 02c per gallon; common Itoalu
3 87 to S3; No 2 4 to $&; No 1 S 60 to 90 60; palo 8 to
$8 60; Tar 2 36 to $3 76 per bbl.
Piiovihionr?Bulk Meats sud Baoon hsvo boon in ac
tive demand to-day, both from tho trado and for filling
of orders, and prices have further advanced. Wo report
sales of 40 bhds. 30,000 lbs loose Shoulders at 16o; 60
hhds do lf>7ic; 30 hhds do on private terms. Sidos held
at 18H to 18*?c; 90 hhds Bacou Shoulders, lu large lots,
at 17Ho; 30 bhds Sides 20He, closing at 20H to 21c for
jobbing lots, and 1T% to 18c for Shoulders. Mess Pork
wo ?till quote at $34, and Western Lard, In lots, at 23c;
Olty 22c. A small salo of Now York in pails, at 22o; Bal
tlmoro roflnod dull at 24c in kogs.
Ciikksf. ?Eastern Gutting Is In fair demand, with sties
at 19 to 21o. Western Is dull and unsaleable, quote 10
to 18o; Eastern English Dairy 22c. Supply of lattor and
demand both light.
Salt.?Wo notlco further sales of two cargoes Llvor
po .1, afloat and to arrive, on private terms, though un
derstood at au advance on former sales. The doaler*
havo advanced prices from storo to $2 25 for Ground
Alum, and $3 26 to 3 60 for Fine, as to quality. Turk's
Island Is also held firmer; quote from storo 00 to 05o por
sen a? ?Market quiet No sales reported to-day.
Prices steady, though nominal In tho absence of trans
Whisk?y.?No sales, and prices entirely nominal.
PHILADELPHIA, July 6.?Cotton?Continues vory
dull; small salon of middlings aro making at 37 to 38c
Obookbiks.?Coffoo Is soiling in a small way at 25 to
26o per lb, currency, tor Rio. In Sogar there is no
chango to notlco; 85 hhds of Cuba sold st 10 ta 10','c per
l-'i.oun.?Tho market, as wo have noticed for somo
timo past, continues very doll, there being little or no
dornend for shipment; about 800 bbls sold in lots to tho
retailors and bakers, ?eluding :
Northwest superflue at.$ 7 25? 7.60
North weft extra at. 8 60? 9.00
Northwest extra family firstname.lastname@example.org
Pennsylvania bt"1 VTi dtorn at. 8.50? 9.00
Pennayl?-:?';? inri Western extra at.9.00@1000
Penr.3>iv".?a and Western extra family at.. .11.50_14.00
ren.my Ivatila and Western fancies at.6.00^17.00
Pennsylvania corn meal at.4.60? .
Brandy winooorn meal st.:.4.76? 4.89
Bye flour at. 0 60? .
The receipts of flour continuo light, bu?j|nlly equal to
O??it.?Tbe offerings of wheat, although small, aro
In excess of the demand, and prices are drooping.
Smail sales of rod at f 3 70 to 3, and spring at $ i 60.
There Is bnt llttlo white here. Bye ranges from $1 30
to 1 26. Corn is scarce, and yellow la In demand at $1,
and 3000 bushels mixed Woatorn sold at 07o to 98o. Oats
ate unchanged; sales of Pennsylvania at 72c to 73c;
Western at COc to 63o and Delaware at 75c to 70 por
The receipts to-day areas follows: 3650 barrels flour;
3400 bush ols wheat; 4.00 bushels corn; and 6900 bushels
Whis&f.t continues dull; small sales of bbls are
making at 324 to 316o for Pennsylvania, and 228c per
gallon for Oblo.
Provisions?The market continu?e very firm, bnt the
demand is limited; small sales of new mess pork are
making at $32 60 to 83 per bbl. Baoo i hams are in fair
demand, with sales at from 20 to 20c per lb for plain
and fanny bagged. Green meats are firmly bold at lull
price?, with sales of pickled bams at 19 H to 20o, and
aalt shoulders at 15Ho per lb. Prime lard sells In a
small way at 31c per lb.
New York Market.
The New York World of Friday, July 0, says:
Tho money market Is dull and easy at 'our to five per
cent., and round sums aro offered on Government bonds
at throo per cent. The extreme al undance of unem
ployed funds I? driving csplial Into Government bonds
for or?plovment. Treasury sovuu-thlrty notes are firm
?tl08H, to 103 H ; five-twenty bonds of 1865, 104H to
104H; aud 1863, 105',' to 105H' and there aro few offer
ing lor salo at those prices.
The gold market is dnll i
I snd loans woro made today
from 1-33 to flat at the close.
The prices of gold to-day wore: At 10:30 A. M. 152J, ;
and 4:80 P M., 1637?;.
The foreign exchange market is dull on the basis of
108 H to 108X for bankers' sixty-day sterling bills, with
few Bales asovo 108 >,'.
NEW YORK, July 6.?Tho receipts of tho principal
kinds of Produce aluce onr last have been 6 bbls Ashe?,
13,735 bbls Flour, 165 bbls O. rn Meal, 127,852 bushels
Wheat, 699,051 bushels Corn, 23,080 bushels Bye, 160
bushels Barley, 03,460 bnihols Oats, and 50 barrels
Corra? is In limited demand, inclnding Java at 34 to
to 25He, Native Ceylon at 30 to 22c, Maracalbo at 17 to
19 He. I?guayra at 17 to 18Ho, Rio at 14 to 19c, and 9t
Domingo at 17 to 17Hc, cash. In gold, ft lb.
Cotton is inactive at about former quotations. Mid
dlings, 35 to 38c, chiefly within tbe range, fl lb Salea
and rosales since our last, 760 bales, against receipts of
UOVIM?NT8 TH COTTON AT THIS l'OUT.
Becelpts thus far this week.6,041
Receipts since June 1, I860. 45,948
Becelpts since Jan. 1, I860.38S.034
Bicelpts since Sept. 1, 1865.813 842
Exports slnoe Sept. 1. 1005. .459,080
Kloub amo Meal?8tate and Western Flour bas been
In very moderate request at steady prices. Sales slnoe
our last, 0500 bbiB, Including very poor to choice Super
fino 8tate and Western at $6 60 to 8, very poor to choice
Extra 8Ute at $7 70 to 10 25, chioily at $7 85 to 8 86;
round boop Extra Ohio poor to good shipping brands,
at $8 ?6 to 10 a I por bbl. We now quote:
Superfine State and Western.$6.60?$ 8. 00
Extra State. 7.70? 10.25
Extra Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, _o.7.80? 14 00
Extra Ohio, round-hoop, shlpp'g brands.. 0.85? 10.26
Extra Ohio, trade and family brands.10.80? 14.25
Extra Genesee.10.30? 14.25
Common to choice extra Missouri.13.26? 17.60
Southern Flour is quiet to-day. Sales since our last,
f> ', bbls in lota at $10 96 to 11 76 for poor to good, and
$11 76 to 17 60 for very good to very choice extra brands
per bbl Canadian Flour continues uochanged. falos
3u0 bbls. Extra at $8 90 to 14 per bbl. It? o Floor 1? in
le-s request, lnoluding Superfine at $6 60 to 7 60 por
bbl; saiea 160 bo ?. Oorn Meal has been in fair request
at $4 70 to 4 76 for Wosten-, $4 76 for Jersey, $5 10 for
Marsh's Caloric, and $6 35 for Brandywluo per bbl.
Bales 650 bbls.
O bain?There bai been a better m Uli eg demand for
Wheat to-day, but ?tenme what ea-lor prices. Bales have
been reported of 34.000 bushola f ilr No. 3 to prime No
1 Milwaukee at $3 30 to $3 45 per bushel. Corn has
bt-on In large supply and brisk domand for home use,
shipment, aud (in part) on speculative account, opeoiog
at rather eat 1er prices, but closing with decidedly more
flimnesa. Kales havo been reported since onr last of
416,000 bushels at 83 to 87c f.ir unsound, and 87 to 90c.
chiefly 88 to 89c, for sonnd new mixed Western, 95e for
Western Y?Uow, anfl $130 for White do per bnshel.
Now Oats have been In better demand snd n mer. We
quote now Western at 60 to 63c, and very choloe Mil
waukee at 70c. In bags per bushel. >othing new In
Birley or Barley Milt Bye continues quiet; a small lot
of Western Bye brought $1 06, and small Iota of 8tate
$1 35 to $1 38 per bushel. 7600 bushels Canada Peas,
Jn bond, were sold for export at $ I 30 per bushel. Beans
are unchangeJ; market qui et and firm. We quote:
Be?ns, Sidneys, new, $3 60 to $2 76; Beans, Marrows,
$3 40 to $2 00; Beans, Mediums. $3 to $3 10; Beans,
mixed Parcels. $1 66 to $3; Peas, Canada, $116 to $1 30;
Peas, Oreen Marrowfat, $1 80 to $1 to.
Hat?North Hiver bale Is in fa r demand at 60 to 90c
for poor to choice per loO lbs.
5Jo?_?a?Has been in request and firm, including
Porto Rico at 65c to 80c; Cabs at49o to RfJo per gallon.
Naval flTonxs?Are in moderate demand. Including
? f-plrila Tur pin tine, at 81o to 83 o per nailon; Crude da
at $3 35; Resin at $3 87 to 9 50 par 280 lbs; Tar at $2 7?
to 3 36 per bbl
Oils?Contiene in moderate demand and steady, in
oludlng Crudo Whale at $125; HI, ached Whale at $1 43;
1 Crudo Sperm at $2 50; Unbleached do at $2 76; Lard Ol!
at $176 to 3; Bed Oil at $t to 110; Linseed Oil at $1 7,
I to 1 81 per gallon.
Pktboleum?la dull and heavy at 23'?o to 21o for
Crudo, 89o to 41 o for Refined, In bond, and 66o to ftCo foi
do, free, per gallon.
Pbovimons?Pork baa been in loss urgent request at
drooping prices, bales sin? e onr last 7850 bbls, in lots,
5 at $3115 to $32- 50 lor new Mess, closing at $32 21 cash
1 $29 60 lor one year old Mess; $30 35 to 35 60 lor now
5 Prime; $80 for thin Mess; $20 for Prime Moss, per bbl.
2 Cut Meats continue in moderate re quest, at 8 H to ltiit
for -houldt-ra, and 17o to 20o for Hams; cale?* 825 pkgs
? Baron continues inactive; 160 boxee sjid, part loug
? clear, at 16c),. and part CumberUnd on private terms,
J per lb. Lard rules quite heavy; sties since our list 3M>
5 tes aud MM at I9c to31,H. per lb. ear Is inactive to
ft day at $10 to $21 for new Plain Mes?, aud $31 to $24 m
) for new extra do; $8 to $13 for old plain, and $14 to $11
) for old extra Moss; sales have been reported of 435 bbia
9 Tierce Beef continues unsettled. Beef Ham? are dul
[? aud n mtual at. $45 ? 1 $45 60 per bbl. Bntter Is quit?
? dull at 25o to 40 fir 8Ute and 30o to 83o for Western
5 Ctueie baa be-in in demand at 83 to 33o por lb
? The movements In Bntter and Cbeeae daring '?hi
/ week, Messrs. Starln k Floyd, lo their special report fot
n tbe Weekly Times, notice thus : -The market for But
t ter presents 11 > new f-ature, while the dullness and de
presa-ion that has pervaded tbe trade for the past month
? Las been Intensified by the present holiday week, tc
1 which may be added continued unfavorable report
t fro? the several Southern markets, and late telegrapt
, advice from California, which represented their matketi
- so well snppliod ?Ith their home make, and E?ten
. Butter without demand at 1 w prices. Tho croient as
t pect of tbe Butter market, and the prospects Cor th?
future, aro all of a deprot-Mt g character, and glvn no
hopo of anything but an extremo loes to the oporaton,
who aro piling up stock in the dairy district of this
Siatoand tho West speculatively Tho rocolpts continuo
very light, particularly of fino 8toto Buttor. and thrrc
foro our quotations aro unohanged. But the demand Is
as light as tho receipts, and tho market close? with groat
Tho receipts of cheese aro falling off, as the great
bulk of tho factory-msdo of sumclout ago to bo moved,
have lioeu sont forward, and havo been promptly taken
for tho Knglinh market. Wo h <vo uo change to note
lu onr quota ions; tae only variations that havo been
made has resulted from tho isot that the product of
Bomo factories has been beat- d and damagod in transit
to this city. The late Kngllsh advices are of the most
oncouraging character, and tho markot closos with Orm
H uoABfl ?Continue In limited request at former ratos.
Solos since our last 070 bbds Ouba, kc, at from ios to
12J? c per lb. Refined Sagars aro in fair demand at l'i>;
to 10,Vo por lb.
Tallow?Soles 106,000 lbs at 13?; to 13o, chiefly at
12\' to 13>.'o; and 17,010 lbB Grease at 10 to 12>?o per lb.
WiirsKBY?bales havo been reported, slnco our last,
1*0 bbls Western, in lond, at 3io, and small lots froo at
226 to $2 26 per gallon.
Fn-Kiou-r??Vor Liverpool, thoro woro takon 85.000
bushol? Corn at 6>,d, by sailing vessel, and u>,d by
Btesmor; 7600 bushols Peas at 6>.d; 13,000 buBbol-i Oats,
by stosmor, at 4*?d por bushel, aud 25 bbds Tobacco
at 20s. For London, 20,000 bushels Oats at 4'(d per
[Correspondence of the N. Y. Journal of Commerce.)
HAVANA, Juno 30?Sugar market the first of the
weok vory dull, but i little moro activity noticeable to
waidB tho close. Prices for whites through at $6 to f7,',
por 100 pounds; yellows, Nos. 13 to 20. at f 3',' to %6%
do; brow??, Nob. 11 to 12, at $3'i to S3.1; do; Cucuru
cho?, Nob. 6 lo 10, at f 3 to $3 1-76; Muscovadoos, solos
of fair to good refining at $3 to $3*. do; Centrifugal
Sugars at f 3J-? do. Shipped during tho week honco and
from Matanzas. 45,337 boxes, 6059 hhda; of which for
New York 2963 boxes. 3389 hhds; B Bton 1124 boxes, 377
hhds; Portland 83 boxes, 666 hhda; Philadelphia 366
boxes, 602 heds; Baltimore 700 boxes, 380 hhds; Now
Orleans 0676 boxes, 10 hhdi. Molasses.?Cloytd at 5 ',
to 6 r als per keg; Muscovado at 7 to 7>i do.
FacronTfl?Leas demand for United States. Chartered
for Now York, bark Anote Augusta, 2000 boxes sugar at
tl '? -P box; New Orleans, Br brig R McKay, Spearing,
2260 boxes sugar at $2 do; Boston, Br brig Marlon, 800
boxos at $17?,' do.
Bxcilanobs?London 60 days' sight 18 to 18)*" prom;
Paris do do, 5 }? to 6; United States, 26 to 37 discount.
American gold 6 premium.
Por steamship Quaker City, for New York?Miss O
Haucook, O B Thomas, Miss E E Way, Miss M Taylor,
Miss O Taylor, Miss 8 Enlgbt. W H Lambert, J Wright,
J Newman, Artber Avellho, Dr O Davoga, J M Gold
smith, T G Wright, E Mottet, Dr G R Cutter, Henry
Doly, J H Bernard and Udy, Mrs E A Burnham, Mrs F
b Holmes, 3 ohlldron and nurse, O L Yates, Henry Bar
ney. J Baush, B P Oolburn and lady, W a Hussey and
lady, G W Fernald and lady, Mrs E J Outtlno, Mrs E M
Miller, Miss M Miller, MasUr Wm Miller, D D Cohen,
Miss R Cohen, L Harris, Baron St Andre, lady, 2 chil
dren and nurse, Mrs A B Luco, Mrs P H Chamberlain,
F A Sawyer, lady and 3 children, Miss Edgerton, Miss
Richarde, Jacob Cohen and lady. Mies Bello Cohen, Mrs
J R Ward, Mrs E R Mlle*, E Sebrlng, Udy and child. U
W Olney, J M Osborne, Miss E 0 Olney. Miss Eva Wil
son, Miss Alice BaUey, Mrs J Lyons, Mrs J B Morollo,
Mrs J L Levy, Mrs H R Groastand, Mrs Locke, E A
Babb and lady, B J Qulnn, J P Toiler.
Per steamship Moneka, from New York?Mrs Dr Por
cher, Dr Boone, J M OUrk, Frank Jeffers, Mr Courto
noy, K Bryan, Copt WllUams, W F Pratt, O'Brlan
Burns, and 4 in steerago.
rnAsis or tub moo**.
Lost Q. 5th, lOh 31m. mornlFlrstQ. 19th,10h.24m.morn
NewM. 13th Ou. 16m. morn| "full M. 27th,10h.63m. morn
bisks. | am.
2. .30 | 6. .20
I 7.. 8 j 9..32 10.. 10
PORT OC CIIA11M.8TO?.
Arrived Yesterday. (Jolt 8
Steamship Moneka, Marshman, New York?loft Thurs
day. 8 PM. Mdxe. To A Getty k Co. Willi? k Chlsolm,
G W Aimor. O D Abrens k Co, Austin, Andrus k Co, J
Appier, O N Avertit k bon. Botes k Co, D Bnlwlnkle, J
B Botta. Burkott k Oo, Burgo k Co, T M Bristol!, Boll
mann Bros, Bergmann k Oo, W O Bennett k Oo, Bruns
k Boo, H F Baker k Co, O Brahe k Oo, 3 W Cannait, H
Coula k Oo, Cameron, Borkloy & Oo. Crolg, Tuomey &
Oo, 3 Oontwell ft Co, N M Ohofeo, Clark k G rubor, T M
Coter, M Drake, Dawion & Black man, W H Eosterby, B
Foldman, Frosor Ai Dili, B Foley. Fribourg, Cohn k Oo,
E JH Fischer, H GerdU & Oo, W Gurney, Hart A Oo. J
Hlnes, Hoffmann, Brahhom k Oo, F Horsey, Howe,
Doucln k Oo, A Iiltng. Klinok. Wickenborg k Co. J Kon
lflok. Ring k Oossldey, H W Krieto, H EUtte A Co. A
Langer, Lourey At Alexander, D LlUtenthal k Oo, J H A
D M?ller. J E Meistor A Oo, 8 B Marshall, O Lltsohgl, W
Marschor, P Moltxler, J A M irgsn, Mantoue k Oo, J
McOonkey, MoLoy k Rice, North. Bteel k Wardeli, J
O'Connor, O'NelU k Son, Potjons k Bookman, Porcher
k Henry, J A Quackenbuah. M M Qulnn, W Boach, J B
Read k Co, W Babensteln, W P Bussell, Railroad Agent,
G W Steffena k Oo. L Schnell k Oo, Street Bros & Co. O
Slsokley, E B Stoddard, H Sturder, J Shaw, W B Smltu
k Co, J Small k Oo. D H Slloox, Thompson k Uro, Top
per k Bzbb, O Voigt, Werner k Duckor, Dr W T Wrogg,
J Walker, Williams k Covert. Wuhrmann k LUllenthoi,
F Weyhmann k Oo, G W Williams A Oo, O W Dennis, L
Wnlakopff, Bogort. Denny k Oo, 3 Morzyck, J R Win tor,
J W Bones, J O Seegers, W G Whilden k Oo, J Francke,
J 0 Dial, A Zoller, A G G, O L Kornohrens, B Johnson,
Tolllson k Jonney, Mayes k Martin, National Express
Co, Adams Express Co, Order, and others.
A schooner, supposed to bo tho Br sehr Alert, from
Cuba. To J A Knslow k Oo.
Cleared Saturday* [July 7
Stootnship Quokor City, West. Now York?Ravenel k Co.
Bark E Wright, Jr, Linnakln, Palma, Majorca?W P
8chr Swan, Mitchell, Baltimore?Street Bros k Co.
Went to Sea Saturday. [Jolt 7
Steamship Quokor City, West, New York
Bark E Wright, Jr, Linnakln, Palma, Majorca.
Went to Sea Yesterday. [Jolt 8
SohrSwaa, Mitchell Baltimore,
Steamer Kate, Flynn, PaUtka, via Jacksonville, Fornan*
Prom Ulla Port?
Steamship Saragossa, Orowell, New York, July 3.
Steamship John Gibson, Young, Baltimore, July 4.
S.hr Jonas Smith, Nlohola, Now York, July 4.
Up for tlxla Port.
Steamship Lulu, Ohtlds, at Baltimore, to leave July 7.
Steamship BUr of the South, Bead, at Baltimore, ta
leave July 7.
Cleared for this Port.
Brig Joalo A Dovoroui, OUrk, at Boston, July 8.
The following notice of the ateamsbtp Theodore D
Wognor, whloh vessel U expected hero at an early day,
we copy from the Boston Post. Her commander. Cap?
Rodney Baxter, Is in all respects a most capable officer,
and was commander of tho stoamsbip t-outb Carolina,
on this route, b- foro the war, and was lately In charge
of ths steamship ' ?ro?ada, of the New York Leory line:
"The screw ateomer Theodore Wagner. 600 tona bur
then, launched from the yard of Donald McKay, at East
Boston, loot woek. Is sold to be a splendid vessel, beauti
fully modeled, well built, and elegantly finished and
f.iritlahod. We learn that the Wagner, In connection
with the screw steamer Sant?s, launched a few weeks
sgo, will form a new line of steamer? between Boston
and Charleston. The Wagner will be commanded by
Copt Rodney Boxter, of ilyannls.
NEEDLES AND FISHING TACKLE.
ANDREW CLERK A CO., NO. 48 MAIDEN LANE, N.
Y.. sole laTporter? of JOS. WARRIN'S oelebrated
uruled Eyed NK1?DLK8, beg to notify their old custom
ers and the publlo that they have oa hond a fuit assort
ment of _
WARRIN'S DRILLED EYED N-EDLBS
WAKRIN'8 TELEGRAPH NEEDLES IN OA9KETS,
extra large Oval Eyes
WARBlf-?'-} NEEDLEd IN SYNOPTICAL OA8E-?, ? new
WARRIN'S MJRGSON8, MILLINERS, SAIL, PAOE
These Nerdlea have been before the publlo for thirl]
y?ara and aro acknowledged by good judges to bo supe
rlor to all others in temper, finish, uniformity and quoi
Our assortment of FU3-TNG TACKLE U complete
and the most extensivo in this or any other country.
June 30 mwlflmos
S ?t?> ?eu anew -mo Tronderful SEWING MA0HINB
theoalyo?mp^Miiosase?. Jt-ldre? ?HAW * OLA BE
Dlddeto*-** ttSuav 9*gtmabmU
HTJGER & HASELL.
No. 137 MEETIN?-ST.,
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LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILL
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, *a
LUMBERM E _?T
P ABITES ESO AGED IN OUTTINO TIMBER, OB
THE MANUFACTURE OF LUMBER, STAVES
OB SHINGLES, will do well to call on the subscriber,
who having been for many years engaged in tho manu
facture and ship?onto! Lumber and Timber, is weU
posted as to tho wants snd prices of different markets
and can always furnish the Lateat market reports from
Europe, South America, West Indios, British Prov?noos,
and Northern Oltles, and will famish spoolflcstlone
suitod to different markets, aud attend to the charter
ing of vessels, or give any Information or assistance
that may be desire- JOS. H. RISLEY,
No. 110 East Bay, coruor Accommodation Wharf.
ISAAC E. HEaTZ & CO.,
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
CHA.RLESTUN, S. C.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. SOI KABT BAY,
0__Un-_STON, S. OL,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BBOKEBAQB WITB
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared ta procure FBEIGHTS and OH AB
TEB8. Masters of vessels having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying ?i
QEO. A. HOPLEY h CO.
MOTTET. BUCHET h 00.
WM. P. HAU?.
MO?DECA? h CO.
BAVENEL A- 00.
M AIW H ALU BEAOH h CO.
EOB'T MUBE h OO.
WILLIS h OHISOLU.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
B. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL AS80BTMBNT OF OLOTHS, OAS
BIMEBES AND YESTINQB can be bad, together
with a choice assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AND MOSLIN 8BIBTS, made to order, in any
y le tbat may be desired.
MR. JOHN T.FLYNN
Will give bis special attention to the
As usual. lyr June I
SOUTHERN E?PRESS COMPANY
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
?Coney, and Valuables.
vriLL CALL FOR AND DELIVER
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
- THE CITY, FREE OF
II. II. PLANT,
President, Augusta, O?.
Ttl_ COLUMBIA P1KKNU
Great fled?ctlon In the Hate? of Adver.
THE COLUMBIA PIKEW1X (PUBLI8HED DAI-1
and Tri-Woe?y) bas been GREATLY ENLARGED,
?nd In the quantity and quality ot Its rerding t_?ttei
will compare favorably with any paper in the State. Tb<
itibscripUon price to tbe Dally is $10 a year; Tr I-Week
The ternm for transient advertising have been RE
DUCED OVEB TWENTY-FIVE PEU CENT. ; while tht
monthly and quarterly rates have been lowered to suor
an extent as to plaoe the columna of the paper wlt?li
the ?r?ch of dealers ?ad menuf?iteren generally.
JOT?AN A. t ELD?.
JauaaryS*? PrepM Col? fe_> * _-?
THE PUBLISHERS OF
THE CHARLESTON DULY NEWS
Bor respectfully to return their thanks to the
public for its liberal support to their Journal, and
promiso that in tho future, as in tho past, it aha 11
bo their aim to make
MOST DESIRABLE PAPER
In the oountry. It has now
Till] LARGEST CIRCULATION
of any Newspaper issued in the State, and is
THE LARGEST IN SIZE
of any Fapor published in the Stato?issued in
folio form of eight pages, and tho size of tho New
It is universally conceded that
THE CHARLESTON DAIL. NEWS
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BEST COMMERCIAL NEWSPAPER
pub??hed in the South. It Lb
A SOUTHERN PAPER,
Many of our friends have spoken and written to
us concerning the publication of a Tri-Weekly. Wa
have thought of doing this for some time, bat
owing to the general dis?-rangement of postal af
fairs, we have conoktded not to do so until :he
commencement of next season.
On the first of September we will commence- to
publish a country edition of Tas News, and t
shall be our aim to make the papir the beet over
issued in this State. We intend introducing en
tirely now features in this enterprise; it will nob
be a summary of the daily, but will be completa
and original in itself, and we are certain tli.it its
patrons will be as well pleasod with it aa are
our present patrons pleased with the daily.
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