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MONDAY MORNING, JULY 30, 1866.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Raragosss-531 balee Up.
land and 10 hale? 8 I Cotton. 70 tiercea Rice, 331
bbl? Rosin 91 balee Yurn, 43 bundles Pspor. a balee
Cloth, 3T bales Wooli-na. 17i Km pty Bbls, 105 pack
agaa Fruit an i Vegetables, 106 packagea Bund rios.
TT.. ..Per steamship Cumbria-16 balea Cotton. 106
?bis Rosin, 61 tlorces Rice, 39 balee Yarn, 9 Pack
ages and Pox?u>. 1 balo Wool, 331 Empty B?rrela.
.p,r sehr 8 J Waring-3477 bara Railroad Iron,
?6 casks Ulay, 81 casca Medicines, 1 Planing Ma
chine, 10 bundles Furniture, ll boxes Furniture, 3
caaka Crockery, 1 chest Clothing, 13hmpty Carboys.
Tim ( hm lesion Cotton Market,
On Saturday there was but little Cotton on the mraket,
sud such aa was offered waa held at such high figur?e I
that buyers were unable to purchase. We consequently |
bave n J salea to report.
Mt) HI LE, July 31_COTTON.-A light demand has ex
isted to-day, confined to two buyers, which resulted In
sales of 160 bales, at > decline on yesterday's quotations
?The steamer'B news, published in another place, has had
a depreaslug oflcct upon tho market, which closod quiet
at abont a basiB of 31c for M ddlln ;.
MONET AH Y AND FINANCIAL,-Roth the Oold and Ex
change markets have boen quiet and dull throughout
the day. Tbe trausactloue m both have been light at
unchanged rates Wo roue w our quotations of y es to
day-say; Oold 148 to 160. New York sight, banka and
bankers cheesing at par, and buying outside bills at
to }, off. Sterling nomti al, and New Orleans sight par |
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS. July 26.-COTTON -The depression
we noticed in tho market yesterday was still more
marked to-day, and although factors showed an In
creased disposition to realize, yet, as buyera were un
willing to go on unless st greater concessions than the
former would submit to, tl o sales were confined to 400
balea-aay 331 taken by fonr brokera, including 330 by
>one, at prices within the rango of our last quotations.
In fact tho outside figures for Oood Ordlnsry and Low
Middling could only be obtained for very atrlct classifi
cation and evon-rnnning lists of those grades. With
these remarks, we continue to quote aa follows: Ordina
ry, 36 to 28c; Oood Ordinary, 39 to 31c; Low Middling,
-33 to 34c, and Middling. 35 to 36c
STATE MX NT OV COTTON.
- Stock on hand Sept lat, 1865.balee.. 83,339 |
Received to-day. 133
? Received previously.743,369-743,407
-Cleared to-day. 930
.Cloared previously.730,649 -781,569 I
Stock on hand....y. 94.077
QThe clearances js?mprise 366 balea for Boston, and 666 j
for LlverpooL >
BOOAB AND MOLASSES-There have not been any re
ceipts of Sugar from the coaat alnoe y oater day. Of Mo -
lasses 30 bbls common were received end sold on pri
vate terme. The market la nearly bare of Louisiana
Sugar and Molasses, but the supplies of the foreign
production are fair, though not large. Extreme dull
?? ness continues to prevail, however, and there la scarce
ly anythlns doing even at retail. Prime to choice Porto
Rico and Cuba Sugar baa been retailing at 16 to 16%
-andl6Kc per lb, yellow clarified 17c, and white 17\?O |
per lb. Cuba Molasses is rotadlncr at 660 per gallon.
FBETOHTB.-A ship waa taken up for Havre at IX o
per lb for ootton. There la not much doing, but the
ratea are firm at % to Vc per lb for ootton, and 7ftc per
. bbl for flour by steam for New York, Ho per lb for cot
ton by nail for New York and Boaton; X to 9-ied for
. cotton by sall for Liverpool, and 1 i;c for Havre.
MEMPHIS, July 36.-COTTON.-The cotton market
: yesterday opened flat, with few Inquiries and little
offering. Tho depression of the New Xork market and
' unfavorable news from Liverpool haa bad a tendency to
dopreea the mtrket here. Holders were asking from 81
to 33c for Middling, while buyera were offering but 30c.
The New Y ork noon dispatches reported the market
steady at 36 to ?J80.
> Wo give the quotations aa nominal.
v Ordinary.36? 36c
WILMINGTON. July 38-6 P. M.-TnarKimNK.-No
'Change in prices. Only about 48 bbls received and sold
at $4 05 for virgin, 13 OS for yeUow dip, and $1 62>i for
hard, per 380 Iba.
SPrarrs TuspannNE.-Margot inactive; no sales re
ROSIN_Sales of 83 bbls low No 3 at $2, and 63 do No I
1 at $4 per bbl.
COTTON.-18 balea changed nanda at 83 cents for mld
COHN.-Sales of 3796 bushels Hyde county white at I
113>i to 1 30; and 39t>0 do from Baltimore at tl 10 for |
yellow, and $1 36 per bushel for white.
BALTIMORE, July 36.-COFFEE-Wo report sales of I
tOO bags Rio at 18c; 100 do at 16 to l'J>.c, a? to quality,
COTTON-Is dull. Quotations are unchanged. Mid
dling Upland held at 36c. Salea light.
FLOUH-We notice to-day a reaction of 60c per bbl on
high gradea of City Mills Extra and Baltimore brands of |
Family. Tho markot generally continues dull; the only
sales reported were 100 bbls Western (winter) Extra,
medium quality, at $11 >i; 100 do choice at We
-also report a sale of several hundred bbls City Mills
Sapor, spring wheat,at $'J'i ; 100 bbla Pennsylvania Rye
Flour $0 62;,. Nodales of Corn Meal. Quotationsat
the cloae were ss follows:
Howard street Super and Cut Extra.$9 75?$10 25
Howard street Extra Shipping.ll 60(9 13 50
Howard stroet family.14 60(9 16 00
Ohio Super and cut Extra.none.
Ohio Extra Shipping.10 50? ll 60
Ohio Family.14 50? 16 00
Northwester! Super. 8 08? 9 36
Nortbwi stern Extra.10 On? 13 00
-City Mills Super. 9 36? 10 00
'City Milla Shipping brands Extra.13 50? 00 00
Baltimore, Welch's A Greenfield Family..16 60? 00 00
Baltimore high grado Extra.14 SO? 00 00
Bye Flour-new. 6 63? 6 87
Corn Meal, Cit* Milla and Brandywine.... 6 00? 00 00
QUAIN.-The market waa much better to-day for com
mon Wheat, and other gralee were also firmer st the
close. 8000 bushels white and 6000 bushels red were
received. Included In the sales were Inferior whitest
S3 40; 2000 bush? 1B medium grades, $3 60 to $3 65;
strictly prime aud choice wero acaree-the latter would
. command $3; 41(10 bushels red aold, ranging (rom $3 40
to $3 65. We bad ?lao rep rted to us a ?ale of 600 bush
-ela Weatern spring red, from atore, at $3 20. Other I
lota were offered aa low aa $3. Corn-Only 4000 bushels
received to-day; msrket was stronger for white, with
sales of 1000 bushels at $1 16 to fl 17; 1700 bushels )
Maryland yellow at 96o; yesterday 3600 bushels Western
yellow sold at 93c. Oats-6600 bnahela offered; market
-dull, with salea of 1600 bushels new Maryland at 67 to
68c, a further decline. Bye-We quote at 95o to $1 per
MOT.?ssas.-We report a sale of 68 hhds Cuba Mus
covado on private terms. Stock light and held at full
PnoviHioNs.-There was a better feeling on the part
of the dealers to-day under an improved Jobbing de
mand and for filling of Southern ordere. Late yester
day there waa a aale of 60 hhds clear ribbed hides st 30
-cts. Jobbing lots are firm to-day at 20); eta, and
Shoulders 17)? cts. Hama are tdore inquired for; quo'e |
33>i eta for plain bagged, and 36 to 36 ota for sugar
-cured do. Lard la dull. City ia quoted at 30 to 30H
-cents, and Weatern, in Jobbing lots, 33 ota. Baltimore I
refined la lower; quote 23}? eta, in kega. Mess Pork is
held at $83 50, without salea, and Bulk Shoulders are
quoted at 10 to IC, eta; Sides 18 to 18>i cte, ea to
??quality. , j
BUTTES -*ueeelpta are light and . mostly confined to
Western. Wo quote Reserve 38 to 38 eta, sud Southern
Ohio OA to 36 cts per lb.
CBKKSK.- Eastern Cutting 30 to 21 cents; Western
farm dairies 16 to 17 cents; factory 18 to 39 cen's;
Eastern English Dalry 33 to 34 cents; Western 18 to 30
cents per lb.
SALT-From store we still quote Liverpool Ground
Alum $3 15 to 3 25; Fine $3 to a 40, ss to quality, per
sack: Rock $30 per ton; Turk'a leland 600 per bushel.
BKKDS-Clover ls dull; no inquiry: quoatlone alto
Sether nominal. Timothy ls scarce; retail salea at $7
> 7X; Flax we quote at $3 3i< to 3 35 per bushel.
SuoAn-The fate heavy eal ea having reduced the
stock, holders are firmer at an advance for th? week of
Kc on grocery gradna We have only to report to-day
65 hhds Cubit at 121 jo. We revise quotations as fol
lows: For oommon beening 10>i to '0>?o; fair do lO^c;
food do Ho. Grocery gradea-Common to good Cuba
ll* to 12'ic; prime 8 to 18Ko; common to good Porto
Rico Ilk to 13c; prime to chaice 14 to l?>ic; Havana
No. 13, \\\t, ,
WHISKEY-Market continues dell and irregular
Quote Weatern and City $3 3d to 3 37, and country $2 38
to 3 34 per gallon. No further sales reported.
PHILADELPHIA, July 26.-OOTTON-There is no
material change to notice in price or demand; amati
sales of middlings sre making at 88 to 38c pe? lb for up
lands and New Orleans.
^ GaocKBiKs-Coffee is firmly held at th? late advance,
4>ut we hear of no aale? worthy of notice. In Sogar
tbere is very little dot-; .; small sales of Oicnfuegos aro
reported at U.Vic per ll', currency.
Fi.or n - Tho market li more active, but price? remain
about tbe same aa last quoted. About 26C0 barrels sold
lu lota, luclualDg
Northwest superflue at.$ 6 870 7 00
North weat extra at. 7 "?6? 860
Northwest extra family at. ooor.dio.no
Pennsylvania and Western superfino at. 7.6< ? 7 78
Pennsylvania and Western extraat.8.60(a) 9 00
Pennsylvania and Western extra family at.. .10.60012 00
Pennsylvania and Western fancy at.l3.O0(a>16.L0
Rye flour. 7.74? 6 00
Pennsylvania Coro Meal. 4.20? 4 26
Brandywine Corn Meal. 4.76? 4 80
Bf oat holders are free sellers within the above range
QB AI N.- There 1? vory little wheat coming forward
and lt is bald firmly at jeoterday's quotations. Balee of
1600 bushels new red at $2 66 to $2 70 per bushel, end
1400 bushels spring at f2 06. Rye la steady at $1. The
receipts of corn are small and lt la held with moro
fir inness. Bales ol 1600 bushels yellow at 02 to 93o and
1700 bushels mixed at OOo. Oat? are unohsnged ; 800
bushels new Delaware sold at 60c, 1800 bushels Western
at 62c, 1200 bushels light old Maryland at 67 and 1600
bushels Pennsylvania In lota at 63 to 66c per bushel.
The receipts to-day are as follows: 940 bbla flour; 6300
bushels wheat; 3076 bushels corn, and 6930 bushols
PROVISIONS-Tho receipts and stocks continue light,
but equal to tbe demand. Small salea are making at f 33
per bbl for new m> ? B pork ; 21 to 2Co for plain and fa ney
hagged bama; 19 to 20c for pickled do; 16 to lOKc
for s tit shoulders; 21 to 22c for pnme lard in bbls and
tes. aud 23 to 27c per lb for bntter. as to quality.
8KKO*-In cloverseed tbera ls nothing doing. We
quote prime at $7 por 64 lbs Timothy ls held at 6 to
$6 26 per bushel, but we hear of no sales. Flaxseed
sella < n arrival at $3 35.
WHISKEY-Small sales of bbls are making at $2 24 for
Pennsylvania, and $2 29 per gallon for Oblo.
Kew York Market.
, Tho New York Journal of Commerce of Friday, Jn'^
27th, says :
Money ls in abundant supply at 4 to 6c. Prime ungi
neas paper la not plenty, and very choice signatures are
wanted at 6 to 7 V cent. A few double names, well
known, would bo taken as low aa five per cent.
Oold opened at H9 >i, and without much activity ad
vanced steadily to 150, closing at 110.';.
Silver ls moving moderately at . to 7>?o below the
price of gold.
Foreign Exchange ls 'lull. Some lines of leading
storllng at 60 days have been sold at 108K, and 109 la
the outside rate. We quote : Bills at 60 days on London,
107 to 108 for commercial; 108to 109 for bankers'; do
at short sight, 10: \ to 110; Parla at 60 days, 6 20 to 6
13V, do at short Pi ht, 6 MX to 6 08\' ; Antwerp, 5 17>i
to 6 16; Swiss, 6 17>;to6 1?; Hamburg, 36J? to 37K;
Amsterdam, 40 to 41; Frankfort, 42)4* to 43; Bremen,
78X to 79; Prnsslsn thalers, 73 to 74.
The Stock market opened with Increased buoyancy,
and was generally stronger throughout the day.
PRODUCE MARK F.T.
NEW YORK. July 26.-BBXADSTUTTS-The market for
8tate and Western flour ls steady for tbe low grades, but
dull and heavy for tba medium and high gradea. The
sales are 8000 bbls at $5 60 to 7 40 for superfine State;
$6 70 to 7 96 for common extra State; $8 to 9 6) for
choice do; $6 60 to 7 40 for superfine Michigan, Indiana,
Oblo, Iowa, fte., and $0 70 to 8 30 for extra do, Including
shipping brands of round hoop Oblo at J8 to 9 40, and
trade brands of do at $9 60 to ll 76; spring wheat St.
Louis at $10 to ll 26, and winter do at $11 te 14 75, clos
ing heavily. We quote I
Superfino State.$0 60? T 40
Extra 3Ute.6 70? 9 60
Super Western.6 60? 7 41
Extra Western.6 70? 8 30
Extra Ohio Round Hoop.8 00? 9 40
Extra Ohio Round Hoop (trade).9 60?ll 71
Extra St. Louis.10 00?14 78
BOUTBXBN FLOUR.-There is but little Inquiry, and
pri?es are easier. Sales were made of 260 bbla at $9 4(
to 10 90 for common, and $11 to 16 60 for extra and fam
CANADIAN FLOUR-I? nominally the same. Small sslei
were made at $8 26 to 9 66 for common, and $9 76 t<
12 16 for extra brand?.
RTE FLOU?.-The market ls La activa. Bales were mad?
of 60 bbls at $6 to 660.
Co a* M KAL-Is in limited request at about formai
WnmaT.-There ls a fair butin?es doing, partly speen
latina, at full rates. Tba sale? are 46.000 bushel? at $1 6i
for dejected Milwaukee, fl 76 for Good Chicago, $1 95 ti
a for new No. 1 Mllwaukle. $2 26 fox old amber Mlohi
gan, and $2 76 for new amber Delaware.
RTE -The market is inactivo. We notice sales of 100
bushels Western at 87Ko
BAALET aim BABLXT MALT.-Are nominally th
OATS.-Tba market li quito active, and prices are ii
the seller's favor. Sales were made of 66.000 boab ela a
46K? to 47o for Chicago, 48 to 52c for Milwaukee, and 6
to 70o for Jersey nsw.
COEN-There la a fair demand at un cb arm ed flgurei
The eales are 136,000 butheU at 84 K to 86o for Wester
mixed, mainly at 84 Kc, and OOo for Western yellow.
Co rr xa.-The market ls quiet but steady. Ws do no
learn of any large salas.
COTTON.-There ia more doing, and prices wer
strengthened a little by the European advices receive
by the Hibernian. The tales ar? In small lota to ahij
pent and spinner?, and include lObO bales. We quoU
Upland. Florida. Mobile. iV.O.rfl
Ordinary. SI 32 $2 83
Low Middling... 83 84 84 86
Middling. 86 87 87 88
Good Middling. 40 40 41 42
HAT-Continues Arm at ,70c for shipping, and $11
1 08 for retail qualities.
Hines.-Tbere is a fair Inquiry, but the high views <
holders, induced largely by tbs very limited receipts fe
the pa*t few weeks, prevent? many transactions. Sal?
wore made of -'000 Buenos Ayres, 23 lbs average, at ll
gold, and 1000 dry New Orleans, 24 lbs average, o
HOPS-Remain about the same. We notice sales of <
bales at 20 to 66c for American, and 66 to 75 o for forelgi
MOLASSES-Prune gradea are not plenty, and are flrn
ly held, but the poorer qualities are rather heavy. Tb
salea lnolude 442 bbds IB tea Bague at about 62 Kc.
NAVAL8TOP.ES.-Spirit? Turpentine loss active; sal?
were made in whole parcela at67K t< 70c, with an
without paper. Rosins are not quotably changed; salt
of 600 bbls common a t$2 87K, and 600 bbla good to lo
No 1 at $6 to 7.
OILS-Linseed does 'not change particularly; sali
from crusher's hands are made at $1 80 to $1 81. Fli
oils-sales of 2200 bbls ?perm were m ado a day or ta
back In New Bedford, at mmetbing above the old prie
$2 70, but particulars htve not transpired; whale bi
buen without basinets of moment; iormer prices ai
PET II OLEUM-Trade wa? light to-day. Former prie
are demanded. Hales Include 6(0 bbls crude at 23
bonded sold at 88 K to 39c for light straw to wblto, ar
39 K to 40c for standard ?bite.
PROVISIONS-Pork- Tho market opened quietly bi
closed with a better demand at higher figures. Tbe sal
were 0760 bbl? at $81 25 to $82 for meta, cash and reg
Ur way, closing ut $32, regular; $30 for '64 and '66 me?
and $26 76 to $27 f o for prime. $68 60 to $29 for muir
BEEK-Holders are stead y in ?heir views. Sales we
made of 360 bbla at $16 to $21 for Plain Western mei
and $21 60 to $24 60 for Extra do.
BE Er HAMS.-The market ls dull and nominal at $
BACON SIDES.-We do not learn of any sales of lmp<
COT MEATS-Are In fair request at firmly beld nguri
We notice sales of 276 pkgs at 18K to 20c for hams in d
salt and sweet pickle, and 14 to I0>;o for shoulders
LAUD.-The market ls unchanged. The sales are t
tes and bbls at M to 18Xo for No 1 to kettle render
city, and 19 to 20Kc for Western.
Pork, bbl- Western...$4500 & ....
Meas.$.... ?8O00 Barns, ?a lb 18K? 2(
New Mess. 8162 H?3187K Shoulders. 14 ? lt
Prime. 27 00 ?27 60 Butter-'
PrlmeMess ...? ?.... Western.. 26 ? Si
Beef, bbls- BUte dairy 80 ? 41
New Piala. 1600 @21 00 Cheese
Hew Extra. 2160 ?24 60 Common to
PrlmeMess .... ?.... prime. 10 ? ll
I Lard_ 18 ? 21
RICE-Is offered a shade more freely. We do i
however learn of any ?ales.
HALT- -The market is ?tandy. The sales include 5(
bnabeU Ourrecoa, and 7000 bushels lurks IiUnd,
SUOAR-Raw ls in farr demand 'rora the refiners ?
grocers at unchanged figures. We quote fair to gc
reining at 10y, to Ho. The sales are 1069 hhda Ci
at 10K to 12Kc; 97 hhda Porto Rico at UH to lajic;
bads French Inland on private terms, and 1006 be:
Havana at OK to 12 Ko. There la a good demand for
fined at fall rates. We quote ?oft yellow at 14 to 16)
soft white at 16J? to 16 Ko, ?ad crushed, powdered 1
granulated at 16,'; to 17c.
TALLOW-Remain? abont tbe same. The sale? In ch
166,000 tbs at 12K to 12Kc. closing at 12K to l'J'.o
BTKARINE-The market is steady. We notice ?alet
6-',( 00 lb? at 20 te 22 >;o.
GREASE-Sale* were mtde of 86,060 lbs at ll to \1\
1 XAS-Tea?-Tbere I? a very liberal business qao
to-day, including salo? of 9000 half oh est? oolong?. 1
do Japans. 800 half cheats oolong and 66<> do gret
Tbs market I? quoted firm at fall former figure?.
WiiisKET-Is In limited request at $2 20 to 2 26
BUte and Western.
t FBKIOBTS-TO Liverpool, 36,000 bnsh corn at Ito 4;
100 bbds tob?ceo at 17?6d ; and per ?teamer, 400 b
cotton at }?a. Brig hence to Bordeaux with petrol?
on private terms, and a bark heno a to Bristol Chat
for orders, with corn on private terms.
INDIA-BOMB AT, Joly 6 -Cotton Arm and rd vane
Frei gb te to Liverpool, 7? 6d.
CALCUTTA, July 6.-Exchange 21s \d. Freight?
The Bank of Lengal ha? red a oed lu rate of disco
TH? LONDON MONET ELAMKET.-LONDON, Job/ 1
Noon.-Consols opened at *7,\ to 87 >4 for money. [No
other marketa since railing of the Scotia.)
THK LIVE i TOOL COTTON M AH BET.- LivsnrooL, July
16-Noon.-Tue cotton market opens this morniug with
a decide i improvement tn the de-nand. Hilos ostlmsted
at 8000 bales. The market ls firmer, but prices sro not
yet developed. ^
WRIGHT & CO.'S TELEGRAM.
Rio DE JANEIRO, June 2ft.-Totsl sales coffee between
stesmers, 21.000 ba<e; tales of do for United Ht ates,
same time, 8000 bags; shipment* of do for United SUtea,
same limo, none; stock of do at date, 160,000 bags; price,
6U8iO to 711. Sales flour between steamers, 8000 bbls;
stock at date, 3000 bbla; price, 2611 to 3011. Firm. Ex
g-ange 24d. Freights 307.
Consignees par South Carolina ltallroad,
81 bales Upland and 12 bales S 1 Cotton, 64 bags
Crain, 7 cars Lumber, 2 cars Old Iron, and Sundries.
To J W Stelumeyer, J H Risley, Willis ot Obisolm, E BI
Rodgers A Co, Thurston A Ho mes, J & J D Kirkpatrick,
Kanapaux A Lalue, Ferguson A Barker, G W Clark &
Co. D D Utaey, A B Rose, H O lt ob er'BOU, Roper A Sto
ney, a W Williams A Co, Wm L?bby, Taft A Howland,
Rev W 8 Lee, Adams, Frost A Co, W W Smith, E N Ful
ler, W Roach. J B E Sloan, A Getty A Co, Cameron,
Barkley A Co, W 0 Dukes ACo, 8 N Brown, W 8 Hen
ery A Co, E Welling, Ebaugn A Mallonee, L linnell A
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-F J W Bark
man, A Potter. Mra lt Eider, Mrs Flenberg, Miss E C
Forsytbe, D F Day, W P Bellah, B 8 W Clark.i>r H K
Duraut and lady. G B Cbamberliu, 8 L Andrus, E R
owperthwait, H P Ulbe, Rev J P Smith. Rev W D Cole,
Mrs Green and 3 children, Mra S mug. L Ken? eke, U O
M Eopff, B C Allen, A U Fowler and lady, A L Hasel ti no,
W C Femu'on, lady and child, M Samuel and child,
Miss M Finonger.
Per steam sh ip Cambria, for New York-Major Suter,
Gen A 8 Hartwell, R J Wilson, and 3 lu steerage.
Per steamship E B Souder, from New York-General
Tyler, Major L Rammond, c Moyer, Miss Gurney, C R
Huger, B J Quinn, u Dowle, Mr Roacubusb, Mr Stel
ling, and - lu tho ?teerage.
Per steamer Fannie, from Georgetown-W L Camp
boll, Samuel Howland, Mr Morgan, aud 6 In steerage.
PHASES Or TBS KOON.
Last Q. 3d, Ih. 67m. oven. I First Q. 18th, 3h.66m.morn
New M. 10th, 9a. 16m. morn| full M. 26th, 10h. 3m. even
? I J ULT a AU?,
BURS. I BETS,
2 Thursday ..
8..69 I 9..25
9..36 10.. 6
PORT OP OHARLEBTORi
Arrived Saturday. [JULY 28
Sehr Jonaa Sparks, Crowther, Baltimore, 6 days. Corn
and Mdse. To Street Bros A Co, Mordecai A Co, A J
Gonzales, N E Railroad A Co, and Order.
Arrived Yeiterday. fJULY 29
Steamship Emily B Souder, Lockwood, New York,
66 houra. Mdse. To A Getty A Co, Will a A Ohtaolm,
Adams Express Oo, J A Adger A Co, F Ansell, O D Ah
rons, Adams A Damon, W T Bargo A Oo, A Bischoff, H
Bulwlnkle, F Bernhardy, H D Burkett A Oo, H L But
terfield. Bruna A Bee, J 0 Barokmeyer, C D Brahe A Co,
R L Baker. E Batea A Co, Bart A Wirt, D Briggs, Agent,
H Bischoff A Co, Bollmann Bros, J A Cook A Co, Came
ron, Barkley A Oo, J Commins, L Cohen, Clark A Gru
ber, J W Cannait, A C anale, J Cantwell k Co, D A J
Canter, E David, J 0 Dial, J H Devereaux, W O Dukea A
Co, W H Easterby, L BpaUn, O D Franke, E N Fuller, 8
Fribourg, Cohen A Co, B Foley, Fraser A Dill, Graeaer
A Smith, H Gerdts A Co, W Gurney, Green, Trapmann
A Oo, J H Graver, B W Gale A Oo, Hart A Oo, J Heese
mann A Bro, I Hyman A Co, W L Holmes, H Harria, P
Hayes, J Hurkamp A Co, F Honey, J H Halaop, J W
Harrisson A Son. J Hlrshfcld, A Hiing, O H Johnson, T
Kally, KUnck A Wlckenberg. F Kressel, W Kinsman. H
W Kinsman, H Klatte A Co, King A Cassldey, D Lllllen
thal A Co, A Langer, Lauroy A Alexander, W T Little, E
Lafitte, D Lopes A Sons, G H Linstedt, L Lorentz. D
Llllientbal, N Levin, Jr, Mehrten s A Wohltmann, Man
tons A Co, McLoy A bice, W McComb A Co. J H A D
Muller, Muller A Nunita, W Mattblessen, J Mulbura,
Miller A Stone, Mowry A Co. Milligan A Melchers, O H
Moise A Co, J E Meister A Co, P Meltxler, J A Morgan,
H Meyer, McKay A Campboll, T McCarthy, J A Noulfor,
National Expresa Oo, D Pani A Co. G Prince, O P Pop
penhelm, O F Panknln, J O OJemann, B O'neill, SOR
R Agent, Bavenel A Barnwell, E H Bodgera A Oo, Wm
Roach, J Bussell. W P Bussen, J B Read, W Habens te tn,
J N Robson, J B E Sloan, G W Steffens A Co, Stoll,
Webb A Co, R Stevens, Sheppard, Due A Co, W Steele,
Screven A Nesbit, T E Sempke, W B Smith A Od, Street
Bros A Co, J Sllvey, J 8 Schirm er, W G Trott, Col O W
Thomas, J Thompson A Co, Thurston A Holmes, A To
bias' Bona. Taft A Howland, Ufferhardt A Campeen, R T
Walker. Wardlaw A Carew, B G Wilkins, W B Williams,
J Walker, W G Whllden. F Weyhmann A Co, O Winter,
E J Wlaa A Co, Wagen er. Heath A Montees, G W Wil
liams A Co, A Zoller, Y M il nor, Order, and o there.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Payne, Savannah, via Beaufort, S
0. Mdze. To Ferguson A Hoi mos.
Steamer Fannie, McNelty, Georgetown, 8 C. 612 bbls
Rotin, 18 bbls Spirits Turpentine. To Ferguson A
Holmes, Styles A Carter, Conner A Oo.
Cleared Saturday. [JULY 28
Steamship Saragossa, C rowell. New York-Ra venc? A Co.
Steamship Cumbria, French, Mew York-Willis A Chis
8ohr S J Wsrlng, Smith, New York-W Roach.
Went to Sea Saturday. [JULY 28
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York.
Steamship cumbria, French, New York.
Br sehr Alert,-, West Indies.
Steamer Lady of the Lake, Wilson, Mobile.
Went to Bea Yesterday. [JULY 29
Steamer Kate, Flynn, Pala ti a, via Jacksonville, Fernan
Prom this Port.
Behr J H Burnett, Wilson, Philadelphia, July 26.
(Jp for thia Port.
Steamship John Gibson, Harris, Baltimore, to sail
Steamship Adele, Hall, at Baltimore, to sail July.28.
Cleared for thia Port.
Behr Caroline A Cornella, Davis, at New York, July 26.
Sehr Sarah A Hoffm-n, Hoffman, at Philadelphia, July
Sailed for thia Port.
Steamship Cumberland, Beed, from Baltimore, July 28.
The achr Satilla, Foster, from New York for this port,
aalled from Fortress Monroe, July 24. for thia port.
The aohr Ella, from Rockland, Me, for thia port, put
In Norfolk, July 24, with bowsprit sprung.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, "
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
July 4 3mo
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,,
No. 5401 EAST HAY,
, CHARLESTON, S_ O.,
HAVE OOMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITH
their GENEBAL COMMISSION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared to procure FREIGHTS and CHAR
TERS. Masters of vessels having no direct Consignees
can also obtain Freights or Chartere by applying!
REP ERENG ES:
OEO. A. HOPLEY A CO. BAVENEL A OO.
MOTTET, HOCHET A CO. MARSHALL, BEACH A CO.
WM. P. HALL. ROB'T MUBE k OO.
MORDEOAI A CO. WILLIS k OUISOLM.
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchants
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES, ETC.,
No. HO BAST BAY,
COR!? BR OF ACCOMMODATION WI IAHET.
MW AWAY WITH SPECTACLES_OLD E?E8
coade new, without Spectacle?, Doctor or Medicine
Pamphlet malled free on receipt of ten cen ts. Addxeei
I. B. FOOTE, M. D., No. 1180 Broadway, New York.
mw COLGATE'S HONEY SOAP_THIS CELE
BRATED Toilet Soap, in auch universal demand,
a made from the choicest materials, la mild and
. molllcnt in ita nature, fragrantly scented, and
extremely beneficial in its action upon the skin. For
sale By all Druggists and Fancy Gooda Dealers.
mw ITCH I ITCH ! ITCH ! BORATO HI
SCRATCH I BO BATO H 1 WHEATON'S OINTMENT
will cure the Itch in 18 hours. Also cures Salt Rheum,
Dicers, Chilblains, and all Eruptions of tbe Skin. Price
BO cents. For sale by all druggists. By sending 00
oents to WEEKS at POTTER, Solo Agents, 170 Washing
ton street Boston, lt will be forwarded by mall, iree of
postage, to any part of the United States.
June 4 Cmos
MW BATCH BLOB'S HAIR DYK; Til B ORIGINAL
and beat in the world I The only true and perfect HAIR
DTE. Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous. Produces
immediately a splendid Black or natara! Brown, with
out injuring the bair or skin. Remedies the 111 effects o
bad dyes. Bold by ah Druggists. The genuine la signed
WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR. Abm,
RE G KN KU ATI Nd EXTRACT OF MILLEFLEUR8,
For restoring and Beautifying the Hair.
CHARLES BATCHELOR, New Fork.
mw SPECIAL NOTIOE.-"GREATOAK8 FROM
little acorns grow." The worst diseases known to the
oman race spring from causes so smaH as to almost
ely detection. Tba volnmes of scientific lore that fill
the tables and shelves o i the medica fraternity only go
to prove and elaborate these facts.
Then guard yourselves while yon may. The smallest
pimple on the skin tell-tale and indicator of disease ;
It may fade and die awa j from the surface of the body,
bn wi Dreaoh the vita li,perhaps, at last,and death
bethe resn and fina close. MAGGIEL'S BILIOUS
DYSPEPTIC, an DIARRHEA PELLS euro where all
others fall. While for Burns Scald i Chilblains, Outs,
and sll abrasions of tbs skin. MAGGIFL'S Salve ls In
fallible. Bold by J. RTAGGIEL, No. 48 Fulton-street,
New York, and all Druggists, at 30 cents per box.
September 38 lyr
mw ARTIFICIAL EYES. -ARTIFICIAL HTJ
MAN ETES made to order and Inserted by Dr?. F.
BAUCH and P. GODO ELM ANN (formerly employed by
RorssowwiAU, of Paris), No. 599 Broadway, New York.
mw HYGIENIC WINE-THE GREAT IM
POSTED TONIC-It is utterly different from alcobolio I
trashy bitters. It waa endorsed by fifty-six members of
tho American Medical Association, with their signatures,
Baltimore, May 1, 1880. All physicians who examine it
unhesitatingly approve lt it ls the BEST TONIO FOB
LADIES known. Sample ?ases sent on receipt of $15.
LAMBERT A KAMRING, Importers,
Nos. 81 and 88 Broa?s?y, New York,
MUSCAT PERLE-finest Table Wlfie. 1
N. B.-Samples sent to pbysloiana, urith formula, free j
ch arge. _ mwQmof June 25
'A smile waa on her Up-health was In her look
strength was In her step, and in her hands-PLANTA
A few bottles of PLANTATION BITTE aa
Will core Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
<< Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
" Flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
M pain over tbe Eyes.
" Mental Despondency.
" Prostration; Great Weakness,
Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, tko.
Which are the evldenoes of
LITER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It ls estimated tkat seven-tenths of aU adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
accretions of the liver overflowing Into the stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able te present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within ona year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
PLANTATION Birma*, and not an Instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It ls a most effectual tonio and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all jonditiona of life.
The reports that lt relies npon mineral substances for
Its active properties, are wboUy false. For the satis
faction of the pabilo, and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a Hat of its components.
CALISAYA BABS.-Celebrated tor over two hundred
years in tbs treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc It was Introduced into Europe by tbs
Countess, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the enormous price oj
itt own wight in silver, under the name of Jesuit't Poun
ders, and waa finally made public by Louis XVI. King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febrifuge qualities during his South American travels.
C ABC AB ILLA BABB-For diarrhoea, collo and diseases
ol the stomach and bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of the loins and drop
CHAMOMILE FLOWERS-For enfeebled digestion.
LAVENDER FLOWERS-Aromatic stimulant and tonic
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WINTERGREEN-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc.
ANISE-An nromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk; muoh used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake*
Another wonderful ingredient, of great nae among ?
the 8panlaH ladles of South America, imparting beauty
to tbe complexion and brilliancy to the mind, ls yet un
known to the commerce of the world, and we withhold
its name for the present.
ROCHESTER, N. T , December 28, 1861.
Messrs. P. H. DRAKE At Co.-I have been a great suf
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried tbe Plantation Bitters, and to my great joy I am
now nearly a well man. I nave recommended them in
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I am, respectfully yours,
Rev. J. 8. CATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, lOib Month, 17th Day, 1862.
RESPECTED FRIEND :-My daughter has boen much
benefltted by the nae of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wilt send me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA CURREN.
8 H KR M AHailO D8B, CHTCABO, UL, 1
February ll, 1869. f
MESSRS. P. H. DBAEE St Co. :-Please send us another
twelve cases of yonr Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, they appear to have superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, aa, GAGE A WATTE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for tats article, which has net heretofore been
Tbs public may reat assured that in no ease will the
perfectly pure standard of the PLANTATION BITTERS be j
departed from. Every bottle bears the foe-simile of our
signature en a steel plate engraving,'or it cannot be gen
Any person pretending to sell PLANTATION BITTERS in
bulk or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposter. Btu are
of refilled bottles. See that our Private Stamp is UNBTO
TIL Airo over every corki
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout
P. H. DRAKE & CO., New York.
%nr|l 20 I rp wi rr
AUSTIN, ANDRUS k C0,f
NO. 181 HEETlNfi-STREET. <
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
February 14 . v
GEO. E. PBITCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON" S. O.
E. H. KELLERS 8s CO.;
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PIIIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
TU I RD DUOR NUKTII OF HAIIKKT,
WOULD INFORM THE PUDLIO THAT THEY HAYS
on band a full assortment of DRUOS, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES. HO A I'S, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY and FANOY GOODS, and aro prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapest mar
E. H. KELLERS. M. D.H. DAER, M. D.
THE MOST INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR THF PER
MANENT CURE OF
FOB THE OERTAIN AND 8PEEDY CURE O kg
Arising from a debilitated state of the Stomach or Live??
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OJ? OUHV
and take none other, and yon will not be cUsappointeoV
The trade supplied on tho moat liberal terms by ths>
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
C. P. PANKNIN,
NO. 138 MEETING STREET,
Charleston, S. O.
49" PLEASE OBSEBVE THE FAO SIMILE OF THE
PRORPIETOR'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSTDR
Also for sale at
G. W. AI MAR,
Da. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON A BLACKMAN.
E. H. KELLERS A CO.
And by Druggists generally.
Joly 19_ _arnot
WILBUR & SON,
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES BOOM8,
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Nos. 1 an A
CHARLESTON, 8. 0_
April a_ mw? lyr
COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. 0.,)
"yyiLL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, Al
And will be pleased to aee their friends at
NO. IA BOYCE'S WHARF.
WM. A. COURTENAY. P. C. TRENHOLM,
WILLIS & CH1S0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
TIT ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AMD
TV SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports)?
OOTTON, BICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORKS.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CLsvrl.alon, ?. O.
ft. WILLIS.M.A. B, OHXSOLK
ARCU1BALD GETTY k CO..
8bippin? anil Commission Merchants,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF.
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
A . Getty.M. A. Soadnr.8. T. Sonder.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
Q-BOO JEIR; 133 S.
?B?. W. SWFKNS & CO.
VXrOULD BT8PK0TFULLT INFORM THEIR GU*.
W TOM ES i and the pubUo that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE IND RETAIL OROOEKY at tb? OOrnsst
of King and (boorga streeia. they have now opened a
WHOLESALE IND COMMISSION HOUSE at No.IS
Vendue Bange, where they will be able to afford theta
oustomers ext.* facilities. Their Arm will compris?
ta rarma* ty i
ano. w. nm?S....F. o. BOMtan....u ?usnaofl.
Marah 1? lyt