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The Dailv ISTews.
MONDAY KUHM1NQ, JULY 10, 18C0.
JonN MiTonEL, in ono of hie lottora from Paris
to tho Now York Daily News, spoaking of the
Bocoseion of Prussia from tho Gorman Coufodora
tion, and of Austria'? iuaiating that tho Union
Was indi8Bolublo, aaya :
In other words, hero is another "wicked and
oauaolcaB rebellion," and tho Union will and muat
be preserved. Ouo thing only ie wanted to com
pleto tho parallel with anothor well known caao?
namoly, that in case of Austria being Buccoaaful
in thia war, tho Austrian Government ahould lay
tip tho King of Prussia and Count Bismark in
jail, handcuff them, feod thorn for awhilo upon
oouvict rations, aud mako a-protouco of preparing
?O try them for high treason,
GARD3ALDI and Gavazzi.?Garibaldi baa sum
moned AloBaandro Gavazzi to assist in tho care of
the military hospitals in Italy. Tbeae two dia
tinguiahed mon havo frequently boon aaaociated
in aerving their country in their different voca
tions. Thoy wero togothor on the walls of Rome
when the city waa besiegod by tlio French in 1819,
and again during tho suecossrul campaiguof 1800,
during which Gavazzi waB appointed President o?
tho commission for tho succor of tho wounded.
Beer vs. Wine.?An American now travelling in
'Germany writos as follows to a western paper :
In Southern Gormany, whoro wino ?b not at all
dear, beor has almost" ontirelv aupplantod it in
popular favor, and in Switzerland ft is rapidly
doing 80. Tho doknaud for beer ia not easily met
?von in Bavaria, Ivhcre it ia mado iu altogether
tho largeat quantities of any German Stato, and
tho pneo at the broworioa is two cents a glass,
whilo at railway stations, and indeed in almost all
publio places, it is three cents a glass. In North
ern Gormany, oven iu Saxony and Southern
Prussia, tho Bavarian boor ia in such ropute as to
command aix conta tho glass, and to aoll freely at
that price. In Switzerland it is still moro dear, a
quart bottle costing more than a franc. Tho de
mand in rapidly increasing, and whilo the vino
yarda aro a good scourco of income, the breweries
are yet more valuable, In France, too, beer is
boooming more and more a favorite; and, indeed,
it ia a fact that in all the countries with which I
have any acquaintance there ia tho eamo rapid
incroase in the demand for beer, which we have
witn088ed during the past few yoara in America.
Before it wine acema to stand no chance; almost
every ono prefers tho slight bitternoas, the
imagined nouriahmont and real strength of the
Bavarian beer to the thinnoaa and aournoas of the
native wines of this country.
Modern Spanish Amosementb.?Tho following
has beon published as the programme of the
amusomonfs that will take place at Orduna on tho
occasion of the festival of our Lady of Antigua :
"7th instant?Solomn afternoon sorvico in the
sanctuary. At night, dancing and illuminations
in the square. 8th instant?Solemn mass in the
sanctuary, and a sermon will be preached by M.
Grogory Montoo, Presbytery of Madrid. In tho
afternoon four Navarre cows will be baited, three
of them to death, by the company of M. Bich?na,
the bull-fighter. There will be a young bull also
for the amateurs to kill. In the evening fire
works, illuminations, and dancing in tho square.
9th instant?Tho same festivities as the preceding
day. This day tho farmers of Arraataria, near
Orduna, will commend to tho Virgin their coming
oropa. The Preabytery, Felix Herran will preach.
A bull-fight will follow. Aftor the bull-fight there
will be a romp under tho treea by the banks of
tho Norvion. At night crackers and akyrockotB.
10th instant?Two Navarro cows will bo baited
and killed, and several young bulls will be run
for tho amusement of the amateurs. Fireworks
Dinners attheTotlebies_For aomotime past
(writea a Paria correspondent) there have fre
quently beon aeen at tho imperial dinner table at
the Tuileries high provincial functionaries, such
as prefocte, presidents of courts of law, proou
reura-general, &c. This is a cuatom recently in
augurated by thoir Majesties, wbodosiro to know
individually aa much as possible all tho high offi
cials of the departments. Thus, as soon as one
of them arrives in Paris, as ho ordinarily gooa
and leavos bis oard at once with bio Miulotor, no
tice ie Immediately givon to tho Bmperur, wno
floon invites the personage to dine at tho Tuileries.
At. the table the latter is usually placed by the
aide of the Empress, and presented to the Prinoo
Imperial, who, since the return from Oompiogne,
has always dined with their Majesties. The Em
Eeror converses frocly with the guest relative to
ia province, and listens with interest to all de
tails oonoorning it.
COMHANDEUS OF TUE PRUSSIAN CORPS.?The
names of the general officers who command the
difforont Prussian corps d'armee are are follows :
"The First corpa, levied and recruited in the pro
' vinco of Prussia proper, ia undor tho command of
General von Bonin; the Second, or Pomeranian
corps, of General von Schmit; tho Third, or Bran
denburg corps, and the Fourth, or Saxon, have
no command at tho present moment, and are con
sidered to be under the immediate control of
Prince Frederick Charles; tho Fifth, or Posen
corpe. ia undor Goneral von Stoinmitz; the Sixth,
or Bilouian, under vou Mutius; the Seventh, or
' Wcatphalian, ia in Hanover under Gonoral von
Falkeneteie; the Eighth, or Rhinolaud, is com
manded by General Herwarth von Bittonfeld, who
aeomB to Wcalled indiscriminately Herwarth or
'Bittenfeld. The great body of the oavalry is un
dar Prince Albrecht, and the corps of tho guard
ia commanded by Prince August of Wurtomborg.
Cqampaone Statistics.?Statistics recently pub
lished show that thirty million of bottles of cham
pagne are annually produced in France, and are
thus apportioned : Africa, 100,000; Spain and
Portugal. 200,000; Italy, 400,000; Bolgium, 500,
<000; Holland, 500,000; Germany, 1,500,000; Itua
?aia, 2,000 000; Fraiice,2,500,000;England,5,000,000;
India, 5,000,000; North America, 10,000,000. This
calculation leaves 1,200,000 bottlea unaccounted
for, and takes no note of tho billions of inferior
wines which aro foisted on tbo uuwary as veritable
Tho English aro fond of abusing the peoplo of
the United States for not preserving tho Indian
itribos from becoming extinct before tho advance
of our civilization. But the samo thing is taking
placo in New Zoaland. The natives aro fast dis
appearing. Dr. Foatherstono says that twenty
years ago thoir numbers wero estimated at ono
hundred thousand; now they do not number forty
-thousand souls, and in twenty years thoy will be
Teduced to a mere handful. It ia not that their
?longevity is abridged, but that from aomo unde
fined cause, whenever placed side by Bide with
Europeans, "tho hoarths of the nativeB, like the
wigwams of the American Indian?, retreat or dis
appear before tho torrent of immigration."
M. Gaillard has Just brought to the notice of
tho French Aoadomy a method by wbioh all dan
gor from luciier malchos is obviated. It consists
in simply dipping matches into eulphur after
having plunged thorn into phosphorous ; the buI
phur being lhsolublo in water, prevonts tho phos
? horns from dissolving in alimentary liquid mat
ar so that all danger of poison is avoided, while
itho moro powerful friction neoessary to cause
combustion will bo the rarest guarantee against
A new and singular source of magnetio iron has
beon discovered. It appears that the Bhavings of
iron and steel, and especially the long spirals pro
duced in turning iron on tho latho, aro high'y
magnetic, especially in the case of soft iron. This
magnetism is pormanont, and M. Qroiss, the dis
coverer, has observed that the south pole is al
ways at tho end whioh is first touchod by tho tool.
A Huoe Thee.?Thoy boast of a largo troo at
Anponaug, Bhode Island. It ia an ash treo, and
3 the Burfaco of tho ground is sixteen feet and a
?- If'in circumference. Eight feet above the
htk und it expands to twenty-aevon feet, and honco
\?,r<K ^ranches, twont}-three in number divergo,
'the, w ' them large enough to mako a good-sizod
! oaeh o? ending by itself. Tho troo is quito regu
; troe if a, .,0 8hft(l0 it caBt8 ia circular, bel?g fully
lar, and tt. in diameter. A regiment of aoldiera
'sevenly.five i,0ilor under its widoly extended
could find a.
-branches. ? ???
-,.._, - says this about our city : "Bos
Bnok Pomcroy , ?on iRjd out moro regularly ?
ton would have bv ,oa had boon pointers, or the
tho doge of okion tin. r0 diroct paths. Thorofor?
cows had walked in mo ^ Boston. Bo muoh foi
wo seo many calves h. Brick holds forth aftei
Ti ting hoopal" Again, - Tuivereity is always ic
this wino : "Oambridgo L The pleading is dont
session. It ia a law sohool. , ?
tat tho bar at the Parker Boosv
PHILADELPHIA?Per sehr J H Burnett?103,000 foot
BALTIMORE?Tor sehr Wenonah?08,000 foet Lumber.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
Thoro was but ono lot of Cotton of any slao offored
yesterday, and that was afterwards withdrawn. The
prospects of peace in Europo and tho advance of a >?d
in Liverpool, which nows was received during tho day,
will induce holders to advance their prices. We hoard
of only ono tran action?a lot of 8 bales of oholco ro
MOBILE, July 11.?Cotton.?Tho s ale I to-day woro
160 bales, on a basis of 29o for Middlings.
Gold ?Buylog and selling at 148 a to 160.
Silver?Buying a d selling as 130 to 140.
Exouanoe.?storllng nominal. New York sight par
to ? premium. Bank rate >i premium. New Orleans
Now Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, July 11.?Cotton.?Thero Is no ma
terial alteration of any kind to notice in the market.
Offerings are light, and thero aro but fow buyer* or bro
kors wiio appoar to bo anxious to operate., bales to-day
have been limited to 700 baleB, taken by six brokers, at
irregular prices, and 360 bales in addition have, been on
torod for shipment on account of holders. YeBterday
ono party, who had bought 400 bales, loft tho markot
and tho city betoro wo could obtain bis roport, and our
sales must, thcrotoro, bo augmontod by that amount.
The markot is too unsettled to establish reliable quota
tions, and we thore'oro repoat previous figures, merely
for roferouco, viz: Ordinary 36 to 27o, Good Ordinary 29
to 31o, Low Middling 32 io 33c, and Middling 36 to 37c.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st Sept., 1869.bales?83,239
Rocoived aloco yesterday. 170
Exported elnco yesterday.
Btock on band and on shipboard not oloared.106,896
SurjAn and Molasses.?There have boon no receipts
from tho coast since yesterday. Tho supply of Louisi
ana Sugar and Molasses 1b vory limited, and the heavy
sales during the past fow days have considerably re
duced the offerings of forolgn Molasses, while imported
SugarB aro still in fair supply but with scarcoly any do
mand whatever. Tbore were, howevor, sales to-day of
25 hhds of Cuba Sugar on private terms, and 300 hhds
of Ouba Molasses at 60o per gallon. Wo have beard of
nothing elso doing, except the usual retail demand at
12>? to 13o for common, 14>?o for fair, 16>io for prime.
17c for yellow clarified, and rrjfo per lb for whlto
Louisiana do. Cuba Sugars rule at 12X to 13c for Nos.
12 and 13.
Erkiohts?There aro no fixed or reliable quotations
for freights to any point, as the demand still continues
little bettor than nominal. Thoro is no steamship up
for Liverpool, and the rate is >?d per lb for cotton to
that port by sail, and lo per lb by sail to Havre. Ask
ing rates by stoam to New York and Boston, 1 to IV?)
por lb for cotton, and 75o por bbl for flour; and by sail,
>? to 9-lCo per lb lor cotton and 45c por bbl for flour.
MEMPHIS, July 13.?Cotton.?Tho market yesterday
continued dull and depressed; owing to tho unfavorable
reports of the New York market. Tho inquiries woro
fow, with holders asking from ono to two cents above
buyers' views. The offerings w6ro mostly confined to
small ontside lots, consequently thero wero few salos
dnring the day. Wo learned of tho sales of 9 bales Mid
dling at 30Kc; a at 3lo, and 6 at 32c; 6 bales Low Mid
dling at 28o. The ma'kot throughout the day was heavy
and unsettled. Holders have lost all confidence, in the
New York market. The New York opening dispatch
reporta cotton dull and nominal, 80 to 37c; at 11:30 tho
market was quoted extremely dull; at 1 P. M. the mar
ket was quoted dull and nominal, 86 to 37c. We givo our
quotations as nominal:
Ordinary.25 to 28
Good Ordinary.27 to 28
Low Middling. 29 to 30
Middling.81 to 82
Stiict Middling.32 to 83
Good Middling. .84 to 35
BALTIMOBE, July 13.?Apples?Green aro arriving
freely, and sell quickly at prices ranging from $3 60 to
4 60 per bbl, as to quality.
Coffee?The market continues dull ; we have only to
report salea of 2S0 bags Rio on private terms.
Cotton?We have again to notice a dull marVc*
Thoro Is no inquiry for export or ueuui?M'",? sTJ?
Winnersbuv but an.*-?'.,, -"u ur?y lor their imino
dlato ?uiiiB. Ahe sales for tbe week do not exceed 100
to 200 bk'es, and at prices favoriig buyers; the market
closing to-day l to 2c below last week's figures. We re
vise quotations aa follows :
Ordinary.per lb 28?29 eta 80 eta
Good Ordinary.80@31 eta 32 eta
Low Middling.88 eta 83 cts
Middling.84<?)S5 Ota 88 ota
. Floto,?Tho market is very firm for new, on account
of the prevailing high prices paid for wheat Shipping
brands of City Mills Extra could not be contracted for
nnder $14 60 to $16. Receipts of all kinds the past
week were very small, and good grades, which are
scarce and mostly inquired for, command full prices
for local wants. We revise quotations :
Howard street Super and Out Extra.... ..$9 16(3)$10 25
Howard street Extra Shipping.T.11 60? 12 50
Howard street High Grades, retailing_13 00? 14 26
Howard street family.14 60? 16 60
Ohio Super and Cnt Extra.none.
Ohio Extra Shipping.10 60? 1160
Ohio Retailing.12 60? 13 60
Ohio Family.16 00? 15 60
Northwestern Super.8 08? 9 60
Northw. fiteru Extra.10 60? 12 Oi)
City Mills Super.9 76? 10 60
City (dills Shipping brands Extra.14 00? 14 60
Baltimore, Welch's & Greenfield Family.. 17 50? 00 00
BalUmore high grado Extra..'.16 60? 00 00
Bye Flour?new.6 00? 6 26
Corn Meal, City Mills and Brandy wine.... S 20? 6 76
Tbe following are the inspections of Flour and Meal
in the city of Baltimore for tho week ending July 12,
1866, viz: Howard-street, 2180 bbls and ? half bols;
City Mills, 071 bbla and ? half bbls; Ohio, 28 4 bbls, and
Fam ly. 464 bbls?total Wheat Flour, 64G9 bbls and ?
half bbls, together with 176 bbls Bye Flour and 3i4 bbls
Gbain.?Wheat is in limited supply, with an active
demand for local milling, and prices bavo still furthor
advanced. The offerings to-day embrace 800 bushels
white and 3400 bushels red; we roport salos ol 260 bush
els white at $3; 120 do at $3 08; no choice offered; of red
sales embraced 3000 bushels, including 160 bushels at
$2 95; 1000 do at $3; 825 do at $3 06 to 3 08; 600 do at
$3 08 per bushel. The red Wheat so far received is
mostly of superior quality, and approximates nearer in
value to white than has been experienced for several
years. Corn? 2250 bushels whito and 4800 bushels yel
low offered; demand brisk and prices 2o better for white
and firmer lor yellow?sales of 3000 bushels of tho
former at $119 toi 23, bulk at $1 21 to 1 23; 3600 bush
ols yellow at P8 con's per bushol. Oats?1100 bushoU
received; sales of 800 bags Western at 68 cents; 350
bushels light at 63 cents; 176 buahels do at 70 cents.
Rye?No receipts or sales.
Molasses?No sales; prices aro without quotable
Oniunb?New are scarce and in demand, with sales at
$3 25 to 3 60 ft bbl.
Peovibions?We report sales of 60 hhds Bulk Shoul
dors at 10?o; 80 do delivered at Philadelphia at 16>?o;
150 boxes short clear Middles, at New York, at 18>ic;
smaU lots Western Lard in kegn at 23o. Bacon is in fair
Jobbing request, with sales of Shoulders at 17J? to lbc,
and hides 20J? to 21o, mostly at the inside figures for
cash in band: Hams are steady at 23c for plain bagged,
and 25 to 26o for sugar oured do.
Potatoes?New and in good supply, and prices lower;
quote fir No 1, ?2 75 to 8 ^ bbf. Old aro no longer
quotable. .. .
buOAB Is quiet but without any quotable change,
though favoring buyors. Wo notice sales of 25 hhda
fair to good grocery Porto Rico at 12 to l2;,o.
Seeds?Clovor held nominally at $7 60 to 7 76; Timo
thy scarce and inquired for; Flax in active request at $3
15 to 3 26, as to quality.
Salt?We quote, with quiet market: Liverpool Ground
Alnm $2 16 to 2 20; do Fine $3 25 to 3 60 ft sack; Turks
Island at 60o ft bu.hel.
Whmkbt?Is nominal at $2 27 to 2 28 V gallon for
am all lots: no inquiry for Urge.
New York Market,
| The New York Journal of Commerce, of Saturday, July
14. states that? _-jU .
Thero is no chango in tbo general condition of the
market In the Dry Goods dopartment business is
comparatively dull, but prices of moat descriptions are
well sustained. Monoy is in active request at S to 6 per
oent for call loans, with exceptional transactions in
large sums upon Government securities at 4 per cent.
Commercial paper of the best class, maturing within
four montos, is readily placed at 6 to 7 per cent per an
Gold opened this morning at 153!i, fell off to 152^,
aud, after frequent changes betweon these oxtremes,
closed at 162?.
' Bllvtr sells a little more freely at 0 to 8 cents below
Foreign Exchange Is firm. Leading drawers ask 109 si
tor CO days sterling bills, and 111 for short sight do. We
quote : Bills at 00 days on London, 107 >i to 109 for com.
merclal; 10934" to '09>i for bankers'; do at short sight.
110V to 111; Paris at CO days. 5 17)4" to 6 07K? do at
short sight, 6 10 to 6 05; Antwerp, 517 X to 6 08X ; Swiss,
I 6 11? to 5 08X; Hamburg, So? to 37?; Amsterdam,
?OX to ?IK; Frankfurt. 41 >i to 43X; Bromen, 77 to 73;
Prussian thalors, 74 to 7G>?.
NEW YORK, July 13.? Cotton ? Thoro Is a fl-ni bu
plnesB, at tlio declino proviuusly noticed Bales to-day,
860 balos to spinners. Wo quoto:
Uplatids. Mobile. N.O. * Texas.
Oood Ordinary...29 ?29>?c 29>??30o 30)?@31o
Low MlddUijg....31K@?? 3s @32>i 3.1 @33X
Middling.34 @34>? 34>?@36 38>i@3G
Good Mldding....37 @37tf 37,H@38 38>t@39
Bueadstoffs?Tbo market was ?-xtromoly nuseitlod.
Tbo common and medium grades of S*ate and West
orn.Floura were firm for souud grades, with a fair de
mand; but unsound gradea, with the blgber grades of
family brands, wero irrogular aud drooping. 8ales of
620(1 bbls at $6 60 to 8 for riupers; $7 60 to 8 80 for Extra
State; $8 76 to 10 26 for Choice Stato; $8 76 to 10 16 for
Siilpplug Round Hoop OhR>; $8 to S 3 16 for Extra
Western; $1326 to 16 for Double Extra Wob torn and St.
Southorn Flour was heavy and unsettled. Sales 300
bbls at $10 to 11 20 for Supers; $11 26 to 16 26 for Fancy
Canuda Flour was doll and heavy. Sales 200 bbls at
$8 76 to 0 66 tor Common; $9 76 to 13 60 for Good to
Rye Hour was dull at $6 65 to 7 26 for Fino and Super
Corn Mosl was dull, but firm at $4 76 for Jersoy ; $5 26
for brandy winn.
Ti.o Wheat market was less freely offered, especially
fino samples, and in eomo cases a material advance ask
ed, but tlio close was qulot. Sales 13,000 bushels at $2 26
for Mllwauklo Olub ; $2 30 to 2 31 for Amber do; $3 for
Red Jorsoy, new.
Corn was dull, and closed heavy. Salos 190,000 bush
els Western mixed at 80 to 87c; Western Yellow at 02c.
Oats woro in good demand and llrm; largo sales of
common Chicago wero mado at 63c; and bag lots of btato
sold at 83c.
Rye was quiet. Soles 11,000 bushels Western at 97
Barley and Barloy Malt nominal.
PaovisiONs?Pork opened firmer, and closed dnll and
lower. Sales 7000 bbls at $29 to 29 60 for Old Moas;
$32 to 32 37x tor Now Mess, closing at $27 for Old
Prime; $29 for Now Prime.
Lard was qulot and uncbangod. Sales 360 Ubis and
tes at 18X to 19>? o for No 1; 20 to 20??o for Kettle-Ren
Ontmeata wore less activo, and scarcely so Arm, at 14
to 16^0 for Drj-Salted and Pickled Shonldors; 18 to
19 Ko tor Dry-Bait cd and Pickled Hams.
Bacon was qulot, but firm at 17c for Cumberland
Out; 17,'Xc for Short Rlbbod; 100 boxes Short Clear sold
Dressed Hogs wero Arm at 13?? to 13>io.
Live Hugs firm at 10?? to 11 Xc. Receipts 600. Tho
receiptsyosterday woro 1,700.
Beef was dull but firm. Sale j 250 bbls at $17 to 21 for
Ropaokcd Wostern Mess, and $21 to 24 for Extra Re
packed Western Moss.
Tierce Beef qnlot at $31 to 34 for Prime Mesa; $35 to
88 fir India Moss; $45 to 48 for India Beef.
Beof Hume, $43 to 45, and nearly nominal.
Butler was firm and in good demand at 28o to 34c for
Western and Ohio; 32c to 42o for State; 44o to 4 5c for
Orange County Pails.
Oheese was firm, with a fair export demand at lUo to
IGo for Ohio; 12o to 18o for State; 18c to 20c for Factory
Coffee.?Thero ha? been more inquirios for Rio, but
prices are heavy, at l?o to 18o, gold. Sales 3500 bags,
ex-Rheidol Queen, and 2700 bags, ox-Eagle, on private
terms. By auction, 1600 bags St Domingo, slightly
stained, at 19 ??o to 2Uic, currency.
CorpEn?Is quiet Wo quote: Detroit, 33c; Portage,
Lake, and Baltimore, 32>io.
Hidxs.?Thero has beon s good demand, aud tho saleB
to-day embrace 2600 Dry CaUtornla, 23 lbs, 26o, curren
cy; 1600 Dry Mon to video, 38 lbs, private tor ma; 700
Dry Texas, 24 lbs, private terms; 1300 Wet Baited Cali
fornia Cow, 60 lbs, 13o, ourrenoy ; 1700 Dry Tami loos,
23>i lbs, 13o, gold; 6200 Dry Rio Orando, 21 lbs, 16c,
gold; 2000 Dry Orinoco, 22 lbs, prlvato terms.
Hops?Woro quiet and unchanged. Fair 10 good do
tnestlo, 40 to 65c; primo to choice Bavarian, with small
Ibon.?Pig Iron i? firm at $47 to $48 for No 1 Ameri
can, and $47 60 for Scotch Pig, as to brand.
Lead?Remains very firm, and we notice sales of 800
ton? bout English, for consumption, at 7>ic, gold.
Molasses?There is a good business, but at prices
rather in favor of bnyers. Sales of 100 hhds Nonvltas
Molasses at 60c, and 300 hhds English Islands on pri
Navax Stoues.?Spirits Turpentine was again lower,
with more activity; sales 150 bbls at 70c; al?o, 200 bsls,
in bond, for export, on private terms. Rosins are
lower; sales ?00 bbls Common at $2 50, and 700 bbls
Palo at $0 60 to $8. Tar is quiet at $2 76 to $3 26 for
Washington and Wilmington ubis. Crude Turpontlno
IS dull at $4 76 to $5. Pitch, 43 25.
Oos.-The market Is quiet and unchanged. linseed
Oil $1 76 to $1 8u for wholo and retail lots.
Petboleum?The market waa very dnll for Crudo,
and for Refined tho dornend was limited at 22c for
Crudo; 87 ?to to 89o for Refined, in bond; 63o to 65o for
w1?ice1?rfangoon is steady, with sales to-day of 1300
bags at 3>ic to 3*?o, gold, in bond. Also, small lots to
the trade at ox to lO.^c.
SuoAns.? There has been a fair demand for Raw
Sugars, but at prices a shade lowor. Fair to Good He
nning, 10'?tolOJ?; do Grocery Grades, llo to llJic
Sales foot up 1101 hhds at 10'io to ll>ic for Cuba, and
ll>?c to 13Jio for Porto Rloo, and 2160 boxes on private
terms. Refined Sugars are quiet at l6J?c to 16?ic for
best Ground and Crushed, and loo to 16Jfo for Soft
Tallow.?The market was firm but qulot. Buyers
woro generally not willing to pay 13c for Prune. Sales
65,000 pounds at 12?.'o to 13o.
Tm?Thore havo been sales in Boston of 600 alaba
Malacca at 18%c, m gold. In this market It Is held at
19>?o; Banca, 20 to 20Xo, and English, 19Ji"o, all gold.
Tin plates axe firm at $10 for IO Charcoal. Ternes are
scarco, and hold at $10, both gold.
Tobacco?The trade Is entirely of a retail character.
Sales 01 hhds Kentucky, 7 to 13o.
Whiskey?Small sales of refilled bbls at $2 20; Prime
Western, $2 26, free; and 82o, In bond.
Fbeiohts?There were moderato shipments at steady
rates. To Liverpool, 70,000 bushels Corn at 4>?d in
bulk and ship's bags; 100 hhds tobacco at 17s 6d; and
per steamer, 250 bbls Rosin at 2s; 200 bbls Petroleum at
4s fid; 100bales of Cotton at 3-lGd. To London, 28,000
bushels Oats at i XA ; 7000 bushels Oorn at fid ; 600 bbla
Petroleum at 4s Gil ; 60 tons OU Oako in bag? at IGh 9d.
To Antwerp, per steamer, 60 hhds Tobacco at 20s. Bark
to Queen?town ior ordors with Corn at4s 9d.
Consignees per Booth Carolina Ilnllroaci,
?Tuly IT/ and 10.
40 bales Cotton, 73 bales Mdze, C5 bags Grain, 12 bbls
Splrlta snd 14 bblB Crude Turpontlno, 82 bbls Rosin,
116 boxes Tobacco, 8 cars Lumber, 6 cars Iron, and Sun
dries. To O O Witte, O H Mo?se & Co, J B E Sloan, J W
Harrlsson, T R Waring, R M Bntler, O E JohnsoD, W O
Bennett & Co, J Matthiessen, J W Brown et Co, B H
Barden, O.H Ingraham, Lauroy & Alexander, Cameron,
Harkloy & Co, M M Ooorty, O A Graeser, A Robinson ft
Co, Mis? Grlswold, H Blsobo?Tft Co. E H Rodger? ft Co,
M Kennedy, W Lebby, J B Blssell. G H Hoppock, B T T>
Porry, H .ordta ft Co, Willis h Ohisolm, Tsft & How
laud, Wbarton & Petscb, W S Henery, E Welling, G W
Williams & Oo, Ebaugh ft Mallonae, E N Fullor.
Per steamor Pilot Boy, from Savannah, via Hilton
Head, ?c?Jacob Klein, J W Brown, S B Noyes, J J
Ellsworth, Mrs M E Snipes and son, Mrs Splcer. M
Goldsmith and lady, two Misses Goldsmith, Mr Malt
by, H G Tu rue, J M Hoover, ES Knh, W Newbert, O W
Dennis, H Venness, A B Ohisolm.
? PHASES Or THB MOOH.
LastQ. 5th, 10h. 21m. mornlFirstQ. I9th,10h.24m.morn
New M. 12th, 0j. 16m. mornl Full M. 27th,10h.63m. morn
10.. 9 | 10..66
POUT OF" OIIARLBBTOH.
Arrived Yesterday* [July 16
Steamor Pilot Boy, Payno, Savannah, via Beaufort and
Hilton Head. 4 bal?s 8 I Cotton, and Mdze. To Fer
Buson & Holmes, Fraser ft Dill, F D Lee, G W Williams
& Co W Roach, J Thompson ft Co, WH Eaatorby, F F
Chapeau, Shackolford & Fraser, Il A Prlngle, L Schnell
& Oo, J & J D Klr?patrlck, Adame Express.
IN ROADS, AT QUARANTINE.
Steamer Virgin, Cenas, from New Orleans for New
York, 6 days out.
Cleared Saturday. [Jolt 14
Sehr J H Burnett, Wilson, Phtladelp?la-H F Bak?r ft
Cleared Yesterday. IJdxy 16
Bohr Wenonab, Safford, Baltimore?Street Bros ft Oo.
Went to Sea Yesterday. [July 16
Bark Mary. Johnson, Boston.
Sehr Wide World, Hlldretb, New York.
Sehr J H Burnett, Wilson, Philadelphia.
Sehr Wapella, Paysen, Bt Marys, Geo.
The Ella, Orooker, from Ownden, lie, for this port,
was st Bookland, 6th lost
ISA/IC E. HERTZ & CO,,
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 E^lST :ra.y,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Ju'r* _ 3mo
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,,
No, ?01 BAST BAY,
OHARLB8TON, S- O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
Uielr GENERAL COMMISSION B?HINE88, and
aro now prepared to procuro FREIGHTS and CHAR
TERS. Masters of v?asele having no dtroot Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Charters by applying |
GEO. A. HOPLEY k CO.
MOTTET. nUOHET k CO.
WM. P. HALL.
MORDEOAI k CO.
RAVENEL & CO.
MARSHALL, BEACH & CO.
ROB'T MURE ft CO. *
WILLI8 ft OUISOLM.
J"n? 12 3mo
WILLIS k CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestio Ports) o
OOTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, S. C.
I. WILLIS.A. R.OHIBOL*
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Shipping; and Commission Merchants,
NOETH ATLANTIC WHARF,
AND 128 MEETING STBEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
A. Oot?y.K. A. Sontloi.S. T. Bonder.
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBEBRY 0. H? S. 0.,)
TTnTLL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, AB
And will be pleased to see their friends at
NO. 10 ?OYCE'S WHARF.
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. 0. TRENHOLM,
GEO. E. PR1TCHETT,
COMMIS SION (MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTONI S. O.
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER ?ND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES, ETC.,
coRnI^6^?. EAST JBAY,_
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
NO- 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GEO. W. STEFFENS & CO.
WOULD BTSPEOTFULLY INFORM THETB CUB?
TOMEB Band the public that, in addition to their
WHOLESALE aND RETAIL OR0?EUY at tho oorcet
of King and (leorge streets, they have now openedi
WHOLESALE aND OOMMIHHION HOUSE at No.ll
Vendue Rangs, where tbey will be able to afford their
oustomera extra faoUlties. Their firm will compris,
OKO. W. STETTXNS....V. C. BOUNXB... .L. BBatDZaTUBd.
J. TOWNSEND.J. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLICITORS I3ST E^TTITTZ',
BEM?ETTSVILLE, S. C.
WILL ATTEND TO BUSINESS IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon. _3mo?_July 0
0. E. CHICHEBTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, B. 0.
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February 3T ly
A. S. HULL, Agent,
8. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OLOTII8, OAS*
SI MERES AND VESTINGS can be had, together
with a choice assortments
Gentlemen's Famishing Goods,
LINEN AND MUSLIN SHTRTS,;ma?e;i ordor, In'ADJF
y le that may bo doslro*.
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CIS A BI.gHTnM ? n
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY!
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND ?IN BANDS
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ac
SO- Represented by Messrs. M. E. JES90P ft CO.,(tt
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
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I TABLI8HMKNT, combinad with the comforts of
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VATED and newly furnished, la now open for tho
eoeption of the travelling public
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May 33 amo
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
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REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
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appointments for the reception of guests.
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maintained In tho future, as In the past.
May 81 Smoa BAKKB ft FARLEY.
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AGENTS FOB MANUFACTURED TOBACCO,
AMD WH0L8SAU DEAUUIS IM
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SUGARS, HAf, SAtYTJA?? FISH,
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