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The Dailv ISTews,
SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 14, "-?66.
Thc ? Inn 1. nd.n Cotton Market.
The foreign newt camed holden yesterday to with
draw their stocka from tin market, and operations were
very much restricted In consequence. The sales wers j
confined to 40 bales of repacked Cotton at 22@26c, and ]
20 bales of Middling to Strict Middling, the former sell
ing for 31932c, and the latter at 94o fl lb.
AUGUSTA, July 12.-COTTOH -There has been a I
moderate demand, at rather irregular rates, ran ?tu ir
from 28 to 31o. * " !
GOLD-There wai quite an excited market early in the
day, and sales were made at 161, and even higher rates
.were offered, but no sales were made. The market
after the receipt of tho noon dispatches from New York
was more quiet.
MOBILE, July 10.-COTTON-The market of to-day re
xnains at about what it has been for the past few days.
The Liverpool advices to the 28th, received this morn
ing, bad the effect of making prices a little easier, but
without ch nae in figures. 200 I alea were disposed of,
on a baals of 20c for Middling. Factors are still hold
ing hack their good tables, and the stock offering ls not
-of a desirable quality.
MONETABY ANO FINANCIAL-Tho condition of financial
matters in London and Liverpool, as reported by the
stornier (of the 2Mb) received thia morning, ahows a
more satisfactory state of affairs than has existed since
the panic-. Tho Back of England has not yot put down
the rate, as was generally oxpected, but the London pa
pers report this "staud" aa a precautionary measure, in
-view of the uncertainty of political affairs In Europe.
Tho auddeu lumile of Gold in New York took quite a
number by surprise, and shows conclusively that the
foreigu news was not looked upon as unfavorable Tho
market her" opened at about ISO, and some few salea*
were made early in the day at from 160 to 151, with con
?slderable inquiry. Most of the orders were filled, how
ever, after the decline was accepted here, and cloaed at I
148 to 160.
Sterling ia almost a drug upon the market. The same
condition exists in Ne w Orleans. Inqubr.es are belog
made from that point as to whether Oommerctal Ster
ling can be negotiated here at all, and at any prices.
A fair amount of business has been done In New York
.sight at irregular prices. 'J he banks were drawing this
'morning at prsmtnm, and outaido ratea premium,
.but aince 1 o'clook different parties have drawn at from
J< discount to ,v? premium.
New Orleans sight continues at par.
Kew Orleians Market.
NEW ORLEANS, July.10.-COTTON-Sale to day of 900 I
bales at a decline of lc; Low Middling 31 to 32; receipts j
to-day of 67 bales; receipts of four days 1340 bales,
against 2028 bales lut week at the same time; exporta of I
4476 bales; stock 105,500bales.
Sun AB-Fair at U to 14 Xo
. TOBACCO-Sales oi three days 660 hhds at 13 to ll.
Sterling 66. New York Exchange \ premium. Cold
ME M PSIS, July 10.-COTTON-There waa nothing
new in the cotton market? yesterday. The news from
Liverpool and New York was very encouraging, and
holders were thereby inspired to hold off and await
further advices, which, lt ls predicted, wlU be still
.?nore favorable. We quote:
Ordinary.24 to 26
Good Ordinary.27 to 28
Low Middling.39 to 30
Middling.31 to 32
Stiict Middling.33 to 34
Good Middling.'?ito 36
BALTIMORE, Joly 10.-COFFEE.-8omo inquiry for |
Bio, and we believe a aale of 600 bags has been n,ado,
hut the particulars not given.
FLOUR-There 1* a demand for new City Mills Extra
for export, but the receipts of wheat are too email jet
to admit-of heavy contracts, we quote high grade
shipping Extra at $18 50 to 13 76, within whtoh seve
ral thousand ' bbls are now being ground. Tho re
ceipts of Howard-street and Western descriptions are
both small, and good grades very scarce, which, with
a fair trade demand, causes prices to be maintained.
Common Northwestern ls plenty and very dull of sale.
We report to-day a sale of 100 bbls Super at $8 25.
We revise quotations as folio wa: Howard-street Super
and Cut Extra $9 76 to $10 25; do Extra Shipping
SH 60 to $12 50; do High Grades Retailing $13 to
$14 25; do Family $14 50 to $16 60; Ohio Super and
Out Extra, none; do Extra Shipping $10 50 to $11 60;
do Retailing $12 60 to $13 60; do Family $16 to $16 60;
North wes tern Super $8 00 to $9 25; do Extra $10 60 to
$12 60; City MiUa Super $9 60 to $9 75; do Shipping
Brands Extra $1360 to $14; do Standard Extra $11 ?5
to $11 60; Ballimore, Welch's and Greenfield Family
$17 50; Baltimore High Grade Extra $13 60 to $13 76
per bbl. Bye Flour, new, $5 75 to $6 per bbl. Corn
Meal-City Mills and Brandywine $6 20 to $5 75 per bbb
GRAIN-Wheat was In very limited supply to-day, only
850 bushela new wblte, and no red; the market was nomi
nally maintained in the absence of ?ales of red ; 100
busheU 1 ew white brought $2 9 ', and 350 do $3 per
bushel. Old Western continues neglected. Corn was
In light receipt. Only 5000 bushels offered; sales of 600
bushels mixed white at $1 12 to 1 15; GO I bushela good
wblte at $117; prime quoted at $1 18; 3500 bushels
yellow sold at 96 cents. Western 1? dull; white or
mixed worth $1 OS per bushol. Oats-3300 bushels of
fered; market dull for heavy Western; no sales report
ed, ? ut quote 62 to 54 cents; Maryland and Pennsylva
nia are quoted with sales at 67 to 6t cents. Bye-no re
ceipts or sales; prices range from $1 16 to 1 20 per
bushel, but nominal.
MOLASSES.-No tranaao.Mons reported.
PROVISIONS-Are very nus at full prices generally, and
an active lobbing demand for Bulk Meats and Hacon. We
quote Bulk Shoulders at '6>4 cents; Sides 18.S? to 18|?
cents; Bacon Shoulden at 175? to 18 cents; Sides 20Ji"
to 21 cents; Sugar Cured Hama 24>? to 26 cents, as
quality aid fancy. Mess Pork quiet at $34 per barrel.
Western Lard, in tierces 22,'? cents; City do 22 con's
Baltimore refined 24 J* rents in kegs.
SUOAB-The market bas been more active, with sales
Ute yeaterday and to-day amounting to 60fl hhds Porto
Rico at 12 to ISJfS, taken principally by home trade)
prices closing steady.
SALT-Wo report last "notations, business confined to
lots from jobbers, viz: r Liveroool Ground Alum $2
25; Fine f i ?5 to 3 60 %t sack. Turks Island steady at
60 to 05c bushel.
SEEDS-Timothy is inquired for, but market entirely
bare; would brink' lu small quantities $0 50 to 7. Glover
ia quiet, held at $7 70, but uo buyers. Flax steady at
$3 16 t. bushel.
WHISKEY-We hear of sales to-day; held nominally at
$2 23 fl gallon.
PHILADELPHIA, July 10_COTTON.-The market is
more active, but prices are unchanged. 200 bales of
Middlings sold in lots at 37 to ?8o per lb.
COAX. OIL-Continues dull, and prices are rather low
er; 600 bbls crude sold at 23o; 1200 bbls refined In bond
at 37)i to ?Sc; small lota of free at from 66 to 57c per
gallon, aa to quality.
GROCERIES-Sngar and Coffee continue very quiet,
and we hear of nasales of either worthy of not lo.
FLOUR-There la little or no demand for shipment,
and the market coutlnuea very dull, but prices ara with
out change. About 1000 bois sold in lou, tb the hom*
Northwest superfino at.$ 7 XV,/, 7.76
Northwest extra at. H 6 (to 9 00
Northwest extra family at.ll OOC0I3.OO
Pennsylvania and Western superfine at. 8.Mdt O l?
Pennsylvania and Western extra at.0.2?f?oU',oo
Pennsylvania and Western extra family at.. .ll.Oo&M.i 0
Pennsylvania and Western fancies at.S.UOuo 17.10
Pennsylvania corn meal at. 4.60? .(.0
Brand) wine corn meal at.4.75? 4.80
Bye flour at. 0 SOgp ....
The receipts and stocks of flour continue light; most
holders are free sellera within the sb ovo range of
OHAIN-Wheat continue? dull and prices have aga'n
declined. 1500 buabcla new red sold at $2 HO to 2 86
and 4000 bushels on terms k?pt private. In white there
ls nothing doing. Pennsylvania rye ls quoted at tl 20
per bushel, but we hear of no sales. Corn is lu fair de
nian*. Small sales of Peuuayl-anlaat d Western ye'low
are making at $1 to 1 02, and 7000 bushell mixed West
ern at 97 to 98 cents ppr bushel. < ats continue unset
tled, ?i eu bush 1 . W< stem told at 53 to 58o, and 3000
bushela Pennsylvania at 67 to 683 psr bushel Tho re
ceipts to-day are as follows: 1080 bbls dour; 3U00
btl'bels win at; 607<> bushels corn; 4800 bushels oats
PROVISIONS-fricks aro well maintained. Small Bales
are making at $33 per bbl for new mess pork; 20 to ?6c
per lh fir bae.uu hann ; 20 to 3lo for pickled do; 10'o
li;.,o for salt shoulders, and 2J'i to 23o per lb t jr lard
in bbla and tes
SEEDS-Clovrrsee.1 sells slowly at 7 50 to 18 per ?4
I a. Tin.o' hy is nominally held at 6 25 to $5 00, Flax
seed ls wauled by tho crushers at 3 40 to $3 50 ; 100
bushels sold at tho latter rate.
WSISKKY- Is dull; sales of 50 bbls Pennsylvania at
$2 2 1. and Ohio at 2 28 to $2 29 per gallon.
Kew York Market.
MONEY M A BK KT.
The Ne-? York Journal cf Comwierctt, ot Wednes lay.t a
11th loot, states that:
The demand for m TS y for speculative purposes baa
somewhat In errs -^ Cspiial ls bundar, t, and call
loais ar? made upon Government securities in
lari;o suma at 4fa 6 per cent.; upon stock collaterals a
. larger proportion of the uansactlons are at 6 per cent
Commercial paper ls lo good requeet at 5,y@6 per cent,
per aunum discount for the best signature* st short
date, and from that to 7 per oent. for eeleotions from
other good nimos maturing at three or four month*.
Gold ls lower, lt opened this morning st 149 y, fell
off to 148,y, sud closed at 3 o'clock st 149J?
Silver sells a little more freely at 7 to 9c below the
price of gold.
Foreign Exchange la firm, but not very active. Lead
ing bankers ask 109 If for alxty days' stoning bills, and
HO V for short sight do. We qnoU: Billa at sixty daya
on London, 107? to 108? for commercial; 108*, to 109?
for bankers'; do at short eight, HU', to HOM ; Paris at
alxty daya. 6.17? to 0 08?; do at short sight, 5.11 y to
fi.05; Antwerp, 6.20 to S 10; Swiss. 6.12y to 6.ni; Him
burg, 86? to 87?; Ametordsm, 40',' to 41?; Frankfort,
41X to 43?; Bremen, 77 to 79; Prussian tbalers, 74
FBODUOE MA UH KT.
NEW TORE, July 10.-rhe receipts of the prieclpal
kinda of produce alnoe our last have been 7 bbls ashea,
12,171 bbls flour, 640 bbls snd 1400 batts corn meal, 7200
buahela wheat, 149,021 bushels corn, 1150 bushels rye,
600 bushels melt, 49,118 buahels oats, 29 pkga beef, and
379 bbla wblakey.
COFFEE continuoa quiet at drooping prlcea. Java at
24 to 26o, native dev lon st 18 to 21 ?c. Maracaibo at 17
to 18?o, Lsguayra st 17 to 18o, Bio st 14 to 19c, and St
Domingo at 16? to 17c, caah, lu gold, per lb. The
week'a receipts of Bio have been 17,733 bags; aalea 7082
bags. Stock of all kinda first handa, to-dav, 224,776
bigs snd mata, including, according to Messrs. Wm.
Scott A Sons, of Bio and San toa 149,487 bags; of Java
mats, 14,997 mata; of Java Government bags, 3409 baga;
ol Ceylon, 21,709 bags; of Maracaibo, 6022 baga; of
Laguayra, 22,628 baga; of St Domingo, 1050 baga; and
of othor descriptions, 6473 begs.
STOCK OF BIO.
New Orleans. 4.C00
. altimore. 19,600
COTTON-Blas been in rather better demand toward
tho close at uniform quotations. Middlings, 35 to 38c,
chiefly within tho range, V ft, Sales and rosales since
cur last, 1360 bales, agalnat receipts of 3167 balea. Ex
port, this week, 630 balea, all to Liverpool.
MOVEMENTS IN COTTON AT TBIS POBT.
Receipts thus far this week.4,255
Receipts sloes July 1. 12.761
Receipts since Jan. 1, 1866 . 389,764
RscelpU since Sept 1, 1865. 820,602
Exports week ending this P. M. 630
Exports since Sept 1. 1865. 469,710
The New York H'orM of the ll th Inst, says:
COTTON.-The market la greatly dapreaaed by the
foreign newa and the declino in gold. There ia no re
lief to tho accumulating stocks in the market, except
through foreign exporta, and lt ls very uncertain how
the European marketa will ba supported under the re
newal of shipments from this side. The stock in the
ports ls estimated at nearly 400,000 bales, and the de
liveries at the ports are In excess of the wants of our
spinners. The eales of the past week are only 4500
balea. Exporta 676 bales, of which 630 to Liverpool
and 46 to Havre. Recelpta 10,320 bales. Salea to day
1100 balea, at 36 to 87 ?o for Middlings, Uplands to Or
FISH-Have been m leas requeat snd depressed In
price, Including Dry Cod st $5 60 to 7 26 per cwt; Ho 1
Mackerel at $10 76 to 22; No 2 at $17 60 to $18; No 3 at
$14 to 14 60 per bbl. Smoked Herring at 60 to 62o for
Scaled, and 60c for No 1 per box.
FBUIT-All kinds have been In moderate requeat at
FOBEION LIQUOBS-Are quiet at about former ratea.
FLOUR AND MEAL- Stats and Western Flour baa been
sparingly purchased to-day, st partially reduced prices.
Sales since our laat 6900 bbla, lucluolng very poor to
choice. Superfine State and Western at $6 40 to 7 80;
very poor to choleo Kttra State at $7 60 to $10 20, chiefly
at $7 70 to 8 70; round-h op Extra Ohio, poor to good
shipping brands, at $8 70 to 10 10 per bbl. We now
Superfine State and Western.$6.40?$ 7.90
Extra SUte. 7.60? 10.20
Extra Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Ao. 7.70? 14 00
Extra Ohio, round-hoop, ahlpp'g brands.. 8.70? 10.10
Extra Ohio, tradeand family branda.10.16? 14.00
Extra Geneses...10 26? 14.00
Common to choice extra Missouri.12 24? 13.52
Southern Flour continu?e inactive and depreaaed.
Salea sinon our last 460 bbls, in lots, at $10 16 to $11 90
for poor to good, and $12 to $17 60 for good to very
choice extra branda, per bbl. Canadian Floor favors
buyers. Sales 370 bbla Extra at $8 90 to $14 per bbb
Rye Floor la quiet, including Superflue at $6 60 to
$7 50 per bbl. Salea, 160 bbla. Corn Meal has been
more active to day, at $4 70 to $4 76 for Western, $4 76
for Jersey, $5 10 for Mardi's Caloric, and $6 80 for
Brandywine, per bbl. Salea 1160 bbls.
GRAIN.-Wheat li? s been more freely offered and pur
chased at decidedly lower prlcea. Salea alnoe our last
31,000 bushels, including fair No. 2 to prime No. 1 Mil
waukee at from $2 to $2 30;. and new Amber Jeraey
(a am ad lot) at $3 per bushel. Corn is also lowsr and
active,'at the reduced figures, closing rather steadily.
Salea have been reported alnoe our laat of 276,000
hmhels at 83c to 86c for unsound, and 86c to 87 }.c,
chiefly 87c, for common to very choice new mixed
Western, and 95c for Western Yellow, per bushel. New
Oats continue In good demand and firm. We quote
new Chicago at 51c to 65c, and choice Milwaukee at 70c
per bushol. Nothing new in Barley or Barley Malt.
Rye is heavy; 6600 buahela were sold, Including State at
$1 28, and Western at $1 04, per bushel.
HAT-North River bale has been In fair aupply and
demand at 60 to 9Uo for poor to choice, aa. 100 tba.
LIMB-Rockland baa been in moderate demand at $1
60 for Common and $2 10 for Lump, per bbl.
LUMBBR-Has been in better aupply and demand, at
MOLASSES-Has been in alack requeat, but ateady lu
price, including Porto Rico at 65 to 80o; Cuba at 49 to
6Sc per gallon.
NAVAL STORES-Have been in very moderate demand,
inolndlng SpbiU Turpentine, at 70 to eic per gallon;
Crude do at $5 26: hoelnat $2 87 to 9 60 per 280 tba; Tar
at $2 75 to 3 26 per bbl.
OILS-Have been rather more sought after, including
Crude Whale at $1 26; Bleached Wade at $1 45; Crude
Sperm at $2 50 to 2 65; Unbleached do at $2 75; Lard
Oil at $1 W to 2; Bed Od at $1 to 110; Linseed Oil at
$1 79 to 1 81 per gallon.
PETROLEUM-Has been quiet and depressed to-day at
2l?a to 23 ! ic for Crude, 89o to tlc tor refined, In bond,
and 66c to 6 TO for do, free, per gallon.
PBINTINO CLOTHS.- Sales In Providence, last week,
39,1.00 pieces, including, according to thu Journal, 1000
piece? 56x60, 12o; 25,000 do, 60x64, private terme; 13,000
do, C4x64, private terms.
PROVISIONS -Pork has been quiet and depreaaed in
price. Sales sinco our last 6600 bbla, in lota, at $31 87
to $32 12 for new Meaa, cloaing at $31 87 caah; $29 50
tor one year old M-ss; $26 25 to $26 60 for new prime,
per bbl. Cut meats continue in limited request, st
13?c to 15 yo for Shoulders, and 17u to 20c for Hame;
aalea 176 pekga. Bacon la quiet; 250 boxea aold, part
long clear at 18c, aud abort rib 17 ye per lb. Lard ls a
shade cheaper and very doll ; sales since our last 357 tea
and tibia at 18?o to 21o per lb. B?e? continu?e inactive
and depressed at $16 to $21 for new Plain Meaa, sud
$vl to $24 60 for n w extra do; $8 to $12 for old plain,
and $14 to $17 lor old extra Meaa. bales have been re
ported of 350 bbls. Tierce Beef o ntlnuea dull and un*
settled. Beef Hame are soiling slowly at $46 per bbl.
Batter continues inaoilve at 25c to 4ec for Sta e. and
20c to 33c for Western. Cheese, ia In moderate demand
at Pc to 22c per pound.
Bios-Ia quiet to-day at $9 to $10 for Rangoon per
HALT -Is Inactive at former quotations.
Banns-Ar? dull aud unset tied In price.
HEINS-Have been In moderate requeat at previous
Boar-Haa been quiet but firm, inolndlng Castile at
Ibo to 18X0; Colgate's Vaia at 12 ?o, and Family at 13c
SPICES-Aro dull and quoted entirely nominal.
r unana-H ave been ?uoderately inquired for at pre
vious raies. Bales suce our last 1030 nhds Cuba, Ao, al
from luye to 12 (fe, and 870 boxes Havana at lrom
10 yo to 11 ye per lb. Refined Sugars are in demand at
|??o to 16Kc pir lb.
STE a HINE-Hales 41,000 lbs at 19o to 22c per lb.
TALLOW-Sales 108.00.' lbs at nyc to 13c, chiefly al
12?c to )3?c; and 18,000 loa Grease at loo to ll ye pei
TEAS-Have been Inactive and quito unsettled, pend
ing final Congressional action on the tariff ne asures.
TOBACCO-Haa been lightly dealt in at former figures
Sales 43 hilda Kentucky at 7 to 19c per lb.
WHTSBBV-Sales BM bbl*, lu bond, at 81c; and amal
lou, free, at from $2 26 to 2 30 per gallon.
WOOL-A lair Inquiry preval?a for tho better gradea
of domestic, which are in light aupply and bed witt
much firm' ess. Most other kinda are quiet and aonie
what depressed in price. In Foreign Wool the curren
m i. ve in ( i. : H are unimportant.
EBBIOBTS-For Liverpool there wera Uken 200 ba ci
cotton by steamer at 3-16d par lb; 65,000 bushels corn a
4d l.i 4\d by sailing vessel, and 6yd by st. amer eu
bushel; 2000 bose, ohoeeu by steamer, at 22* 6d per ton
For Loudon 7000 buahels corn by steamer at 6?dpo
buah'l. aud 60 hhda tobacco at 22a Od. For GUsgov
7000 buahela o >rn at ?yd per bushel. For Iiristo
Channel, a brig, with corn at 3a 6d per quarter Fo
Cork sud orders, a bark, with corn at 6a 3d per quartet
Foreign Commercial Intelligence.
[Per Steamship City of London ]
LIVERPOOL, Jure 27, A. M.-COTTON.-The marka
bas been buoyant, and American ls y io ? dearei
Other kinda y higher. The aalea for Mouday aud Tue?
day amounted to 28.000 bales, of which 6500 balea f J
export and speculation, cloting with rather leaa buoy
amy; middling uplands about l:iyd.
MAIOBBHTEB TBABBV-^TO .a lass buoyant, owing t
receipt of adverse telegrama from Bombay.
DaaunsTurrs.-Meaara. Richardson, Spence A Co. rt
port-Wheat in ateady demand at extreme ratea. WluU
rad aiid Bon them, lia td lia 6d; Ino lan ont n freely offei
ed, and lia acme Oases rather ea,1er; mixed American
29s Sd to 39s 6d par 480 lbs.
PsoVISIONS-Messrs. Bigland, Athva A Co., Bruoo <
Co., report-Beet lu good de and and 3a ad to Sa dearei
Pork attll advaaolng, 3a 6d higher. Bacon firmer bt
unchanged. Che-ese quiet and easier. Butter without
chantra. Lard very doll. Tallow steady without change
PBOOUCK-Achea quirt ami easier for pots, which are
quoted at 28s 9d ; pearls steady at 39s 6d. Sugar quiet
but steady. Coffee quiet. Bioe unaltered. Linaoed
oil ls In small demand?t 39s (Sd to 40s. Bosln dull and
unohanged. Spirit? turpentine offered at 44t. Petro
leum-small sales of refined ls lOd to 2s.
BREADSTUFF^-In small supply. Flour ls dearer.
Wheat rather higher. Indian corn firmer.
PBODUOE-Sugar qu et and unchanged in price. Cof
fee inactive. Tea firm. Bice held for small advance;
Tallow quiet at 40s 9d to 46s for PTO on ?pot.
LIVSBPOOL, June 28.-The cotton market ls quieter lu
tone, and middling upland is quoted at barely 1:1 >..l.
Breadstuffa am. provisions are quiet.
LONDON, June 28.-Consols 86% to 87. United H tates
5-20's 64* to 64J?; Brie shares 37*? to 38; Illinois
Central shares 73% to 74; Bank rate of discount un
? onslgnees per South Carolinas Kallroad.
90 hales Cotton, 30 bales Mt* xe, 30 casks Clay, 78 bb ls
Crude Tu rpm tine, 122 bundles Paper, 1 oar Lumber, 8
oars Old Iron, and fc nndrles. To Adams, Frost St Co, O
H Moise A Co, Mra A McNamara, O W williams A Co,
O N Averill A Son, Lowndes A Ml kell. Cameron, Bark
ley A Co, O Lltscbgi, A Robinson St Co, W Roach, Chis
el ni Bros.
Por steamer Kate, from Palatka, via Jacksonville, Ac
Dr lt M Muid ron. J R Miller, J B White, T Maybank, P
T Purse, O Housh, John Olancey, Mr Edwards, W B
Cudder, Mr Murdock, B H Moore and lady, Master R
Mahony, Mrs Gribble and son, W H Heyward, Mr Scott,
W W Deane, Mr Fonkln, Master J Murray, Master R
Murray, M Dugan, Mr Richards, Mr Thayer, E B Bates,
J E Richardson, Miss J A Mahony, Mr Steele.
PHASES or rna ?HOON.
Last Q. 6th, 10b 21m. morn I First Q. 19th, lob. 24 m. morn
New M. 12th, OJ. 15m. morn| fnU M. 27ih,10h.63m. morn
PORT OD" C II A lt I. K S TM) r* .
Arrived Yesterday. rJULY 13
Sehr John T Williams, Wyman, Philadelphia, 16 days,
nine of which ware becalmed off Caps Hatteras. Iron,
Coal and Mdze. To H F Baker A Co, Cameron, Barkloy
k Co, H Gerdts St Co, W Roach, Bruns St Bee. Railroad
agent, W ii Whllden A Co, A Bischoff A Co, J B Duval
tc Son, O N Averill A Son, G W Williams St Co, Bissel.
Bros, H T Peake, J Elng St Co, Mowry A Co. B Feld
man, 8 Hart, Sr, Stenhouse A Co, B O'Neill, Rolhuann
Bros. Brown St Sohirmer, W H Eaeterby, Huger St Ha
ien, J Commins, T 8 A T O Budd, Shields A Oommln, T
P Forreston, 8mith A Tower, P M Cohen, F Bernhardt,
I H VoUers. Raoul A Lynah, F 8t Marks, Phillips A
McDowell, Ohlsolm Bros, and Order.
Steamer Kate. J J Flynn, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
havannah. Ac. Mdse. To T J Lockwood, J B Togni,
S O Thomas, E Bates, Craig, Toomey A Go, A W Deu
ils, W Steele.
1 Schooner, unknown.
Cleared Yesterday. [JULY 19
?temship Lulu, Childs, Baltimore-Street Bros A Co.
Went to Bern Yesterday. [JULY 13
Steamship Lulu, Childs, Baltimore.
Krona this Port.
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York, July 10.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, New York, July 12.
Tbs scbr Lath Bloh, for this port, was spoken 8th
inst, off Hatteras, by steamship James A Gary, at Balti
DORBAUM & MENKE,
No. 186 KINO-STREET,
NEAR HORLBECK'8 ALLEY,
ARE HAPPY TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND
patrons that they are now "selling and making up
to order," AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES, their
well-sal ec ted Stock of fine CLOTHS, OASSIMBBES,
DOESKINS, SILK-MIXED COATINGS, DRAB D'ETES,
All orders promptly executed. Good fits and proper
workmanship guaranteed. atutnlmoa May 19
W. Y. LEITCH,
No. J?5 BROAD-STREET.
?-REAL B8TATH, STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER
SEC DRI TIES. ?OLD._12_Julv 2
LOUIS D. ??SAUSSURE,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT
FOR THE SALE AND PDBCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c,
AND SALE OF
rotten, Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE NO. 93 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
March 27 tuths9 tusSmo
Exchange Broker and Collection Agent
No. 229 Broad Street, Augusta, fia.,
Buys and sells on Commission, GOLD and SILVER
COIN. BANK NOTES, BONDS, COUPONS and STOOKS
ot all kinda, and EXCHANGE.
Auto Collects for aU parts of the United States, and
makes remittances promptly.
RxrxBKNOsa.-Messrs. CONNKB A WILSO?, DKOOTTES
A,8 ALAS, B. H. RODO BBS A Co., Charleston S. 0.
June 16 stntbSmo*
8. J. TOWNSEND.J. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS' I*T EQUITY,
BENNETTS VIXdLE, H. C.
WILL ATTEND TO BUSINES8 IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon._ 8moa _Joly 6
F. 0PDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurntaheo,
: o nghont. The traveUing public, transient visitors, or
i ors will And in lt all ti o luxuries ot a FIRST-CLASS
? TABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts of
Tho location ls one ol the most airy aud ploasant for
i mmer. A Billiard Saloon for the lovers of this
) 4 Uhf ul exercise ls attached. No pains or expense
pared to give entire satisfaction.
May 12_F. OPDEBF.KCK.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for the
eoeption of the travelling publie.
<k. MoGINLBf*, Proprietor.
May 28 _2ns n
THE WASTERS AO. CA. JOURNAL
IB PUBLISHED EVERY 8ATUBDAT MORNING 19
the town of Bennetts villa, g, a. br W. r. E. tl Eb
Tersas. -Three lollara par ann tunta adran oe? i mm i *
lonaistos tsai? is*
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
THESE BITTERS ABE PURELY A VEGETABLE
COMPOUND, and are offered to the publie under the
fulleat conviction that they wUl be found a salo and sov
ereign REMEDY FOR DYSPEPSIA.
They have been triumphantly tested by numerous
families nnd Physicians in the Hon th, who have furnish
ed ample testimony aa to their decided excellence.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cures Nervou s Headache.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS!
Strengthens the Digestivo Organs.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERSt
Stimulates a Torpid Livor.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Corrects Acidity of tho Stomach.
MB8. JENKINS' COLLETON BTTTEBS!
Creates a Good Appetite.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS 1
Cures Dyspepsia in Its most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON B1TTEB8 !
Ii ej oven at os Old Age.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS!
Are truly called 'Tho People's Medicine."
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUQOI8T3.
FOR SALE AY ALL DRUOOISTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DbUQOISTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB 8ALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWABE OE AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BE WAKE Of AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWaBE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWABE OF AN IMITATION.
MO- Tho TRADE wlU be suppBed on LIBERA
Al! orders should be addressed to
WM, A. SERINE, M. D.,
FAMILY MEDICINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 260 King street.
Manufacturer and Solo Agent for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'S COM
POUND FLUID EXTRACT SARSAPARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, the best known remedy for Scro
fula and Eruptions of the Ukin, l.ecommended espe
cially by Physicians for aU Impurities of t'..o System.
No. 288 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
:N~O. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MABKBT-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT, \ 8. W. WLL80N.
Chemist to late |
C. 8. Nitre and
P. B. WILSON,
On 1 nate of |
of Pharmacy, A
Chemist to late
0 8 Ord. Dep't,
The Proprietors are Native Georglaaa.
July 7 .
HURLEY'S POPULAR WORM CADDY
IS A SPECIFIC FOB WOBM8.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTED TO CUBE.
PBATT & WILSON BBOS.,
No. 238 KING-STREET, CHABLESTON, 8. 0.
FOR CHILLS?AND FEVER!
USE THE BEST
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
"VTEVER FAILS -ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED
Jji upon-nothing more reliable than HURLEY'd
WUl oura Ague and Fever. Chills and Favor, Intermit
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every peraou who has tried
Hurley's Tonic speaks in high terms of lt. Aa a curative
agent lt ls unsurpassed, and more certain than quinine
No bad resulta from ualng Hurley's Tonic. Everybody
should use Harley's Ague Tonie*.
PRATT & WIL80N BBOS.,
No. 238 KING-STREET, CHABLESTON, 8. C.
June lil ii.ths
For the Handkerchief.
A Moet T.xqmsite? Delicate, and Fra
grant p-; :' r.v?, Distilled from the Rare
and Bv-> r*'ul Flower from which it
takes :. .v.o.
Manufacture ? nl.v'.< ~~7AILO*J & SON,
BEW?W CF C?BITEBFEF18.
AfcK FOE PTT ALON'S-TAKE HO OTHES.
tto-J X>7 BvocfMa eesygrellr.
December M waly?
CHARLESTON BILLIARD DALL,
Corner Kilt and Market-streets,
THE LARGEST. COOLEST. AND MOST OOM FORT.
ABLE ROOM in tho elly. furnished with BLEVHBT
TABLK8, from the Manufactory of Mesara KAYA
NADGH A DECKER, Mew York.
LOBING- & TUBNEB, Propri're.
June 14_ Imo
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission Merchants,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHABP,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C
A. Gatty.K. A. Sonder.S. T. Souder.
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
Factors aud Auctioneers,
No. SOI EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
Nt?. ?Ol EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, au?
are now prepared to procure FREIGHTS and OHAJU
TEBS. M aa te rs of voaaels having no direct (lou sig neon
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying t
GEO. A. HOPLEY A CO. RAVEN EL A OO.
MOTTET. HUOHET A CO. MARSHALL, BEACH A OO.
WM. P. HALL. ROB'T MURE A CO.
MORDECAI A CO. WILLIS A OHISOLM.
June 12 8mo
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL AS80BTMBNT OF CLOTHS, 0A8
SIMERES AND VESTINGS can be bad. together
with a choice assortment of
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods.
LINEN AMD MUSLIN SHIRTS,'made to order, In any
y le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T. FLYNN
Will give bis special attention to the
As usnaL lyr June (
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY1
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
H. B. PLANT,
President, Augusta, Ga.
ANCHOR BRAND, ASSORTED, NO. 0 TO ia
FRENCH BUBB AND COLOGNE, 18 To 40 INCHES.
POTS, OVENS. AND SPIDERS.
For sale at
HART & CO.'S,
COBNEB KING AMD MARKET HTS.
HUGER & HASELL,
No. 137 MEETING-ST^
CIIARLKSTOI?. 8. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE A STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHIN ERY?
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, &?v