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TIIUB8DAY MOUN1NO, AUQ?t?T 2, 18C6
'I'll?- ? lim teston ? ottos. /Hartae..
Yesterday tbcro was but little Inquiry, but one buyer
boing m tho markt?. The peace nowi, which was at
flrot supposed to be tbo final termination of hoBtiiltios,
is only an armistice, which may or may cot coucludo
tbo war. This lins producid increased caution on tho
part of many buyer?, who aro awaiting further Intelli
gence?. lln.ro vu i o no palen yesterday, but holdors ro
main firm, askiDg about 35c. for Low Middling, and StJo.
ay. lb. for Middling Cotton.
AUGUSTA, AiigUBt 1.-Cottok-There Is a fair de
cnand, with light ofluriug Booka. Prices range from 30
to 83 cents.
STOCK OF COTTON IN A-OUSTA AND UA-1D?BO, 31ST
Gold-Tbo market opened on yesterday at 110, soiling
at 143; but early in tin- da} there was an advauco. and
In the afcernoon broners bought at 118. ami ?old at 160.
Silveb-Buying at 135, auil Beillug at UO to 141.
Securities-Mate ?ohUs ?old at 81.
WILMINGTON, July 31.-Xoiipentine.- Sales of 133
bbls at $3 76 to (3 60 ior vrglu, .3 to $3 l>5 for yollow
.dip, and $1 50 to $1 6_>_ for ha: d, per ?mi pounds.
Hrinrrn TunrnNi ink.-Only ?-ne lotof 3S? obis changed
bands to day at 40 tout ? pur .?lion for white.
Robin.-Salea of 4ti bbls No 2 at $2 .2% por bhl; and
490 do at $3 for opa?iuu; and $4, (4 26, $6 to $5 60 for
No 1, as in quality.
Timdeb.-Sales of 3 raft?, at $ 8 for inferior, $10 for or
-dinary, and $12 i?er M for fair iu ill.
BALTIMORE, July 28.-Cotton.-Tho market is very
.quiet, and prices nominalst our quotations, v a : for
ordinary upland 28 to 20c, good ordinary 30 to 81o, low
middling 33 to 34o, midd lug 35 tu 30c.
Ooftee.-Lai or advices per stcamor are still mora en
couraging to holders. The sales to-day Include 300
begs Rio at 17>_c; 1U0 do at 17?.o; 100 do at 18o; 100 do
at 15*i to 19\c; 265 do, damaged, at 12ogold, In bond.
We bear a cargo was sold to-day In New _ork at 14o
i gold, in bond.
Floub-The market is vory Irregular for old stock,
both Howard atroet and Weatern Holders are anxious
to sell, much of it being unsouud; Supera rasgo sa low
sa $8. and Extra 9 to $0 60. We report ?ale? of 200 bbls
old Western. Winter wh?-at, sound, at $9 25; 100 do St.
Lonis at $9 37*. ; 100 bbls choice Northwestern Extra at
$11 25; 100 bola Howard street Extra common, July in
i spectlon, at $10; 100 bbl? City Mills Spring wheat Super
at $8 50; several small lota of Weatern Fine at T to
$7 60 ; new City Mill? Supor held at $10; shipping bnanda
Extra 13 to $13 60 sb to cliaractor of brand. Wo revlae
-Howard atroot Buper and Cut Extra.$9 TSO$10 J*
'Howard street rxtra Shipping.10 00(5) li W
-Howard street High Grados.CO 00(<* MM
Howard atseet family.1? ??(J 0*? 00
Ohio Super and Cut Extra.?one.
Oblo Extra Shipping.10 009 UM
Ohio Hot ailing.11-OS? 1. M
.Ohio Family.la ow$ U 60
-Northwester-Buper.8 0ts9 . -a?
Northwi stern Extra. . 00# 11 M
?City Mills Super. 8 M# 18 0*
?City Mills Shipping brand? Extra.l8 00(4 l8 88
-Baltimore, Welch's k Greenfield Family..15 6??_l M 08
?Baltimore high grade Extra.14 60? 08 00
HyeFlour-new.( 890 f 8T
Oom Meal, City Mills and Brandywlue_4 76_? 08 08
Gbazn-Wheat-The offeringa to-day were limited
Ao 1800 buahs white and 4t>00 hush? red; the market Waa
-active, and priors, particularly of red, advanced full a?
per bushel. Tbe white ranged from $2 75_o>2 to,-.
choice offered; and the red was all taken at ?ric?. rla
ning as to quality, from $2 46 to 3 70, the hatter far
. choice; a amad lotof damp ?old at $2 16. Cora-2*K*
bush* white and 2360 buahs yellow were all that wa? re
ceived; white was lower, with ?aloa of 4*00 bash? prime
. at $114 to 115; small lots fair do at $1 10 to 112; only
4.0 butha yellow reported sold at Odo. Oats-8000
buahs received; market lower; sales 5000 buaba aew
Maryland and Virginia at 45 co 62c, as toquatUty; MO
husliB do damp at 40o. Bye-small sales al two par
Molasses-No transactions reported.
Provisions-Stocks aro Ught and held firm, particu
larly Bulk Meats, Bacon and Pork. Lard is doll. Ia
'dudad In the aale? to-day wero 25 cask? Balk Shoulder*
16>_c; 2i)hbds Bacon Sides iu lots al 20.?, lo .e*.o;35
'tros sugar-cured canvassed Hams at -Bo. Meas Pork la
Inquired for, sales of ?mull lots at $33 60 per bbl. Lard
nominal an last quoted, viz: tor City In tica 20 to 20>_o;
Western 21). to 22c, lattor for jobbing lots; Baltimore
?refined In keg? V3J_o per lb.
Rice-Yery little lu the market; quote Btagooa 9?a.?
10>,o. No Car lina offered.
8dqj_-Was inactive to-day, but holders ara very
firm. We have only to report sales of 40 hhds and 10
tierces Porto Rico at 13>i?_d>4o; 10 do English Island,
'vacuum pan, at loo. Quotations are: for ?oinmon tro
.goodrefining 19,'_@llo, 4 mo? ths; irrocery Coba 11>__>
I3>ic; Porto Rico ll}.<_,14>.o, net. Refined same as
last quoted. ,
Salt-Market quiet, but prices unchanged, via: for
Liverpool Ground Alum $2 16af>_ 25; do Fine, $3<tk3 40
f, sack; Bock f 30 fl ton; and Turk's Island 60o fV
Whiskey-We hear of no salea to-day, and quote
prlceB nominal, viz: for Country $2 __AI 23; Weatern
-and City at $2 25@2 20 V gallon.
PHILADELPHIA, July 28.-Cotton-There U very
little doing lu the way of sale? but prices are unchang
ed. Small sales of middlings ore making at 30 to 38o
-per lb for uplands -nu New orleans.
Groceries-In Sugar there is very little doing. Small
sales of Cuna are making at 10% to Ho per lb. Ooffen 1b
.firmly held at the late advances, but we hear of no saUs
.worthy of notice.
Flour-The demand is limited, but pries? ara waU
maintained. About 1200 bbls sold in lota to the home
Northwest superfine at..$ 6 67f_i 7 00
Northwest extra at. 8 09_i 8,60
Northwest extra family at.9.00910.60
: Pennsylvania and Western Buperfine at. 7.610 g 00
Pennsylvania and Weatern extra at.8600 8.00
Pennsylvania and Western extra family at... 10 6t;_?>ll. to
Pennsylvania and Western fanoy at.11.00(e) 14.IO
Rye flour. 6.TJ_? 8 00
Pennsylvania Corn Meal...4.20$ ?.28
Brandy wine Corn Meat.4.7i'? 4.T3
Most holders are free sellera within the above range
Grain-The Wheat market is firm, and there 1? a f-ir
inquiry. Sales of 3(100 bushels prime new South-ra
red at $2 70 per bushel. In white nothing doing. A
small lot of Byn void at $1. Corn come? In ?lowly, ead
has advanced le per bushel _,sales of 2000 b-.heit yal
. low at 03c, and 1400 buabels Weatern mixed at 82?.
- Oats are unchanged. 120 busbela new -??lavara -old
?.at 65a; 2000 bushels old Ohio at 60o, and 1200 baskets
.Northwestern at 62a
The receipts to-day are as follows: 876 bbl? PI ear;
7070 buihela Wheat; 0050 bushels Cora ; 6108 few_ft-a
PaovraoKS-There is very little doing In th. way of
: sales, but prices are well maintained. 8m?li sales ara
reported at $33 per bbl for new mess pork; 50 to Ita p*r
lb for bacon ham?; 19 to 20c for pic-lad do; "di?te?
I0>;c per lb for sait Bliouljors.
Seeds-Fiaxseed bo.la on arrival at $S 35 p?r -athel.
.Cloverseed continue? ?inll; we quote primo at $7 to 7 S3
.per ?sixty four lbs. In Timothy there 1? notbinu dolog.
Whiskey-Small Bales of bbls aro making at $2 'Mo
.-tot Pennsylvania, and $2 ?9a per gallon for Ohio.
New York JHi.rli.et. '
. he New York Journal of Commerce of Monday, ?raly
-30th, says :
There is no charge in ths general condition of ths mar
ket. BnalnSB? In Ibe vari? na departments Ia only moda
- rately active, and much 1 -hs lu the aggregate amone I t-aa
was expected at Ihi? stage of ths season, aithoragh la
some branches tbcro is a little more animation. Gepl
tal is abundant and freely offered on mlaeeilansous eel
laterals at 4 to 6 per wat for call loams, with exception
al transactions upon Government e-urilie? at 8 per
cent. First olaai business paper la In limited ?apply
and readily placed at 5 v, to 7 per cent per annum dis
-count for short and long date.
Gold Is firm but without rauob ?.pecuUilT? exeite
ment. it opened this morning at 180>_. touched laoH.
fell off to 160,-sod with a moderate bualnaaa cloted at
the lower rato.
Silver is lu good demand at 0 to 7Xc below the pries
The export* of specie from this port to-day to Karope
amount to about fl e hundred aud twenty-five thousand
dollars, of whi h theaeamohip All?menla took oat $78,
292, tbe Herma i took $33,300. th#> City of Par!? took
$133,233 and ?lu, P.roi re took $300 02t).
Foreign exchange a? is naual ob steamer days, is
quite inactivo. The nominal ra e for the beat banker?'
00 daya aterling bills ib $108V, and for ?hort ?lghi do
110?_. We ?moto: bill? st Aft day? on London, 187 to lOt
for commercial; 11.8:, to 108?. for banker?'; do at ?hort
?Wut, loo;, to Ho j, ; Part? st ?0 .'ays. 5 2u to 6 13?, ; do
at short s ght, 5 13', to 6 10; Antwerp, 6 17? to 5 16;
8-iis. 617>< U>6 16; fram'.urv, 30?. to 87?**; Ara?ter
SJt^A 40 !? *}.'' BP"1*****. ?V, to *3; Bremen, 7TX to
?79; Prussian thaler?. 78 to 74
ara,T *""" . -"??UOB HARKET.
?BW TORE, .July 2?-Bb-amto?. s-Ths market for
H ta to and Western fl ?ur Is Arm for ooimd low urni's.
Iiul dull and boivv for otlier kinds. The sutes oro 73"-0
bbls at $3 60 tu 7 CO for nu or Ruo Stat ; $6 75 t 8 25
for common oxtra State; $8 'Otu 0 75 for choice rio;
f 5 CO to 7 CO for PUiifrtliiB Mlcblxau, Indiana. Ohio,
Iowa, Ac, aod 10 PC to 8 60 for . xtr? do, Includl K shlp
ptOK brands of round ho ip Obit? at l8 16 to 0 85. and
trano brands of do a $..' Coto li 76; ?prlug wbeat St.
Louis at $10 toll cn, and wiuUt do at $11 to 14 76. clos
ing qu'otly. We quoto :
-upurnne State.$5 69 to $7 60
Extra Utate.C7? to 9 76
Super Western.6 ?'. to 7 m
Extra Western.6 85 to 8 60
Extra Ohio round-hoop.8 16 to 9 At
Extra Ohio, trade.9 SO to 11 76
Extra St Louis. WOO to 14 75
8ooTHanN FLoon_Hol-Jers are unchanged in their
viows. Hales were msde of 800 bbls at $9 40 to $10 90
for common, and $11 to $16 60 'or oxtra and family
Oak a mau Flood. -There is but little In the market.
We nuto small sales at $8 40 to $9 80 for common, and
$9 00 to $12 for extra brands.
Rye lumti -Tho m?rk-1 ia inactivo. Tho sales In
clude 160 bills at $0 to $6 60.
Oobn Meal.-Them is a moderate inquiry at former
figures. Balos were naado of 10U bbls Brandywino at
Wheat-Tho market Is quiet but Arm There is,
howe vor, a fair coll for choice lots of No 1 spring. Tho
sales aro 31,900 bushels at $2 06 to $3 10 for No 1 Mil
waukeo, the latter prlco for very choice, and new No 3
do on private terms
R-rs-linios in the buyers' favor. The sales include
600 bushels Stat o at $1 OG.
Bablbt AMD Rah ley Malt-Remain without essen
Oats-The market is dull and do.-liuing. We no ice
sales of 24,000 bushels at 46@47o for Chicago, and 49?
62c for Milwaukee, 61c for Jotkov, and 5Sc for Iowa.
O ins- The msrkot remains without change. The
sslos aro 94,000 busholB st b3(a.Bic tot unsound mixed
Western; 84>i(?65u for sound do; 9<Jo for Western yel
low, aiid 05o for sonnd yellow.
Cowsz-There is a Iittlo better demand, and firmer
prices aro paid, f-alea wero made ot 4700 bags Rio,
ox ' 'rlnoco, on privato terms, and 300 mata Java at 24
Cotton-The market is dull and heavy. Tho priors
of yesterday are obtained with difficulty. Th? ?ales are
830 bales. We quote:
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N.O.dtT.
Or'ln&ry.31 33 S3 83
Low Middling... 33 84 34 86
Middling.36 37 87 88
Good middling. 40 40 41 43
Hat-Is in fair request at firm prices, Including
sales at 70o for shipping, and $1 to $1 05 for retail
Hmas-Aro In medora** request. Holders aro still
very firm In their views. We notice sale<< of 8000
Buenos Ayres, S3 to 33 V lbs avorage, at 19 to 20e. gold;
1200 Central American, 21 lbs avorage, at 18Vo, as they
run; 64KI dry-salte? M a tam oras, 28 lbs average, at 13 Vc
as they ran, sad 1100 city slaughter (steer;, 66 to 68 lbs
average, at 12>? to 13K&
Hope-Are la fsir demand at firmly held rates. The
sale? are 70 bales at 30 to S6o for American, and 66 to 76o
for Haig lau at ii Bavarian.
Molab-sxs -The markst is Inactive at unchanged
teran*. Hales ware made of 260 bhds Cab? clayed, and*
CO hhds Ixulota, on private term*.
Naval Sroaas-Crude turpentlno Is slow of sale,
?pirlta turpentine Is aot decidedly changed, though
there is rather saere inclination to favor purchasers;
.aloe of 44)0 bbls with papers -t 70 to 7lo, mostly at the
inside prise. Roait.e-The transactions la common,
noted early ist the week, have red need the stock very
aMterially, and eke salea at the moment are light, at
very irregular prioea, including- a few parcels, footing
about 44*0 bbls at $3 87V to 8; other de-oripUons are
moderately aotlve; pale meeta with a very fair desasad;
salee 69o ebie at $5 fot low No 1. and $8 35 for pala Tar
1? flrsnly hsld, but Is quite Inactive.
Oxxe- Linseed le unchanged; crashers quote at $1 86
Pswaoutou-Orado meets with a lurht inquiry et es
eentUUy the ensue prioes; salea including 800 bbls at
Me. Kfflaed la at previous prices, bat the sales are
.aaall, ead embrace 1660 bbls as 88 to Mlfo for prime
light straw lo white, ead 99 V to ?Oc for standard, whits.
PnoTifiioLa-Pork-The ma ket is dull, heavy and de
.alialng. The eales are 6769 bbls at SHI M to $82 6HV
fat snees, oneil and regalar way, closing with f li 66.
.ash hld, and $80 tor '64 and 'M mees, and $27 to $27 76
Basar-Is about the eesne. Bale? were msde of 400 bbls
at $19 to $31 fer plain Wee tera mesa, and $31 (0 to
$94 no for extra de.
Bn?s> lim-Are noeolnal at $16 for Western.
Baooh Sidzs-lhere is bnt little inquiry.
Out McA-m-Are In good request, and owing to the
Ilsntted supply prices are firmly held We notice sales
ot 499 packages at l? X to Slo for basas In dry salt and
sweet pickle, and 14 to 16 Vo firr shoulders in do.
Labs-Western Lard is unchanged. City Lard Is more
setlve and firmer. We notlco sole* of 466 tleroet and
bbls at 19 to l".Vi for No 1 to kettle rendered city, and
19X* to SOX for Wettern.
New Mess. 8166 ?8168 V
Prime.37 09 ?27 T?
Frime Mess _ &....
New Plain. 1660 01100
New Extra. 2169 024 50
Prime Mess .... @_
Western... $46 00 1*4_
Hams, fl lb 18VO $1
Shoulders. 14 9 16V
Western .. 26 9) 89
State dalry 30 & 40
prime. 10 & 19V
Lard.... l8 (?4 20>i
Rice-IB quiet and steady at lOo for Rangoon.
Susan.-The market for raw is Inactive but firm. We
qnote fair to good refining a 11 u ?? to Ho. The salea are
644 hhds Cabs, part at fi to 12V. snd 821 boxes Ha
vana at 11V to 12c. Refined le in aetive demand at full
rate?. We quote soft yellow at^U to 18Vo; soft white
st 15V to 10 vc and crushed, powdered and granulated
at 16J< to 17e.
Tallow.-Holders are hardly so firm In their views.
Sales were made of 84,900 lbs at 12 v to 12V, closing at
l'i.'.o for prime city.
?TEABIUK-Is unchanged. The sales are 31,009 lbs at
19 to 31 Vo
GnaABX-This Is quiet. We notloe sales of 42,600 lbs
st iov to live
Teas.-No large sales noted to-day.
Whiskxt-Is in Umlted request We quote State and
Western at $2 0 to 3 26.
FsjtlOHTS-To London, 260 bbls petroleum at 5s; and
per steamer, 20.00o bushels oats at 6d. A brig to London
with petroleum at 6s.
Ltvmpool, July 19.-Corro)-.-The cotton market
opened doll, became firmer, with an advance of }?a,
and closed flat. The sales of lour days have been 38,000
hales, of which 10.000 were to speculators and exportes*.
Middling uplands I3\??i.
?Statu or 1 u als. -The Manchester market is flat and
prioee Hid downward.
Breaistuffs ere inactive. Blohardson, 8peace fe Co.
report: Flour iasMiv* and leas firm. Wheat inactive,
aed quctatlens barely maintain- d. Cora still declining
snd prioea 6d low r; mixed 27s 8d to ST* 6d.
Provision!! Inactive. Richardson, Spence fe Co. report:
Beef steady. Pork inactive and quotations barely main
tained. Bacon Irregular and still declining. Lard dull
and nominal. Tallow inactive.
Produce.-Ashes-Small sales ef pots st 90s. Rugar
firm. Coffee quiet, lil? e quiet and stesdy. Linseed
eil very duli. Bogia inaotive. Petroleum flat at Is 10d
Breadstuff* ia ?clive and easier, finger firm. Coffee
Araser. Tea quiet but steady. Bloc steady. Tallow
lAVaST- TIA LOVDOWDMinY.
Lil a ??eon, JTaly 99.-Oottojt,-The brokera' circular
re-eorm the aslee er the week et 71,000 be'e?, lnclndln?
9900 to speculate ra and 30,eo0 te exporters. The market
epen-ed irregular, clialng arter some flaetuttlons at a
decline ef Vd. erinoisally on the mlddUag qualities.
The authorised que let I on- ere: Pair Orleane, led; mid
dling de 14V<^ ftir Wenlee IRVd; middling do, 14d;
telr Upland? led, atiddUng de 18V*.
The salee te-day are ee?aaated al 13.000 bales, includ
ing 490?. to speculators end erpertore, the nark st clos
ing steady. The stoek in port is estimated at 678,000
bales, of which 999,000 are American.
Breadstuff! er- very dull. Cora .?sales*.
Lowaos, Jaly 29, P. at.-Coo-els fer meaoy 88V to
99*. ?. a ?-3?*??9V te io .< Illinois Central aheree T7
toTTV- Brie Haares 43 t 41V
?.sea B?er Sow is? enrol tatst JKav<Ura*?TL,
91 bales Cotton. 9 ears Lumber, Furniture, and Ban
dries To W B Williams. WO Bakes fe Ce, Milligan,
hfelehe-s fe Ce. 0 T Lowndes, W nie fe Obi sol a?, W 0
Pinley. B B yal er, Olhbee fe tle, / M Caldwell fe Sons,
W* W Smith. G W Clerk si Ce. Bran? fe Bee, Eaoepaax
fe Le'ee? J Ooesrove. B Welling. O J Behlenegrell.
Per steamibl? Granada, front New York--John Binns
and wife, Mrs O ? Tedder, W T Barge, 0 K Batee, J M
Zasterby, o B ?alst. Mrs tanara. Was Serrigbta, B B
Matt r. P B Wilson and wife, Oept D B linnt, and l8 la
putAssM. os> ran ttoov.
Lfttt O. Sd, lh. ?7?. evsn.lFlrstQ. lsth, 8b.6lia.mors
New U. 10th, 9 ltst. sao/u! run M. 99th, 10b. 8sa. even
MARIIS! J_ N_.WS.
POUT OF CIUHLK8TUN.
Arn veil Yc.lrr'ln. AUOUST 1
Steamship Granada, Burs'oy, New York-loft Satur
day, P M. Mdze, To Bavouol k Co, J fc. Adgcr & Co,
O IS Averlll & Son. D A ?mine, a II Abrabani? k Sou, 0
D Abreus ?t Co, Albee k Warron, H Hinch' ii & Co, W _
Burne 4 o. Brown k Bcbirnier, Bogert, Uoimy k Co,
W Bird _ Co, Brown <_ Byer, B H Barden. J W Brown
k ?JO, Bollmann Bros, T M Brlololl, T W Bliss, E Bates
& Co. J B Botts, Cameron, Barkley ? Co, J Campseu 4
Co. Craig, Tuomoy k Co, J W t'armait, W 8 Ooiwln k
Co. J A Cook k Co, J Cantwell k Co, J Cosgrove. L Cha
p?n, N M Chafe?. M Cohen, J & F Dawson, G Davis, W
H Kaaterby, Adams, Soulborn, Harndeu'sand National
Expr?s? Companies, Capt T B Ellison, T F Ellsworth, J
li -uiery, B Feldman, B Foley, L F Flomlig k Co, ?
Uraveloy, P 8 Oulboaumo, J H Graver, Hart <_ Co, G A
Hooley k Co, Heinemann Bros, W 8 Henery, F Healy, E
Hirsbfeid, O Ii Uugor, Hoffmann, Brabham k Co, W E
Holmes, Agont, J Hurkaap k Co, A llllug. King k Cassi
doy, J P Kelp, J Keuerty, 11 Kieth) k ?Jo, L F Koeater, F
Lyona, Killick, Wickenberg 4 Co, Lopes & Soo, Lauroy
A Aloxand.r, Little <v Marsball, N Levin, Jr, O Litaootil,
J McCousoy, W Matthbssen. 51111b Houbs, Mchrtcns 4
Wohlitnaun, K B Mobowoll 4 Co, McLoy 4 Bice, Mul
ler & Mmltz, 8 B Marshall, McEay 4 Camphall, Miller
4 Stone J H k li Mulla-r, W B Nicholson, Moytra 4
Vail, B O'Noill, O A Ostoudorfl, J Oppeuheim, J O', on
nell. D O'Neill k Son, W F Paddon. G Piorce. D Paul 4
Co, F Pu khabor, Pratt 4 Wilson Broe. C U Pauknlu, O
P Popponhelm, J N Robson. J B Bead 4 Ho, J Bub oil,
() Bing, E H Hodgors 4 Co, Bavenol 4 BarnweR. J B E
Sloan, J H Stenhouse. J W Steele, G W Stoffei? 4 Co, W
A Bkrlno, btoll. Webb 4 Co Saitus 4 Bocho, W B Smith
4 Co, A J Salinas, li Stendor, B stev.-ns, T Btr. et, T P
Bio vail, L Sch noll 4 Co, J B Tognl, J F Taylor 4 Co, M
a. TttuuluuB, n. Tait 4 Howland, TTupper 4 Son, Thurs
tan 4 Holmes, W G Trott. O Tolilemnuu, Vnlonllio 4
Son, O Vol.t, W11 'Is 4 Cblsolm. J Walker, G V Williams
4 ao, Werner 4 DucEt>r, Wagenor, Hoath ft Moneees, F
Wojliiuann 4 Co, Watson, Byorson 4 Co, W A Ward
law, Wardlaw 4 Carew, Yates, N B B B Agont, 8 O B E
Steamnhlp Adelo, Hall, Baltimore-left Saturday. P M.
Mdze. To Street Bros 4 Co. I E Hertz ft Co. J Eager
4 Co, H Cobla 4 Co, H G.rdtz 4 Co, J W Carmalt, Ball
road Agent, G W Williams 4 Co, O N Averlll ? Co, O W
Almar, Mourions 4 Wohllmann, Ellnck, Wickeuberg 4
Co, E Klein. Southern Express Co, J 4 J D Kirkpatrick.
J wiley, E J H fischer, Oblaolm Bros, H Klatto 4 Co,
H Bischoff 4 Co, W Boaob, Thurstan 4 Huimos, Bave
nel 4 Barnwell, Qraeaer 4 Smith, Uruna 4 Bee, Morde
cal 4 Co, Bennekor 4 Glover, B Feldman, G ?V Steffens
4 Co, J B E Sloan, W G Whildou 4 Co. W M Bird 4 Co,
al F Taylor 4 Co, O Sablmann. W H Potter, E N Fuller
4 Co, 8tenhou?e 4 Co, Lubra 4 Binding, Jennings,
Tbo in tina?n 4 Co, S H Ohupein, Gonzales. Woodward
4 Co, Lauroy 4 Alexander, Willig 4 Ohlaolm, J N Hob
sun, J E Adger 4 Co, and Order. .
From alala Pert.
Bteamahlp Cambria, French, New Fork, August 1.
Up for tillo Port.
Behr Wida World, HUdreth. at Now Fork, July 39.
Behr Glencoy, Smith, at New York, July 30.
Cleared for this Port.
Behr Virginia Prk?, Shute?, at New York, July 38.
?he sehr Tilly, Francis, from Port Boyal and this
port, arrived at Boston, July 27.
POSTOFFIOES IN ACTUAL OPBBATION IN SOUTH
CAROLINA TO JUNE 30, 1366.
Lound b ville,
Beaufort O H,
Con way boro'.
Picken s ville,
Colle to n,
hams or pootkastkb.
Andrew E Hawthorn.
Edwin H Bingham.
Mrs Ellzabvth Webb.
Bobt A Bead.
David W Hawthorn.
John A Jackson.
Mia? Elu'th \ Hayne.
Mrs Laura F P-1-.er.
Biyan L sadler.
Bernard D Lange.
Lout? A Burke.
Mi?> O L Willam?.
Cha? P Brayton.
G W DeHay.
Stanley G Trott.
Emoree W DuBose.
Mathew A Evans.
James M Brown.
John Do UK las.
Edward T Walk?..-*
Jo? J Rlchwood.
1 bomas EDunn.
Jos M Gale.
Thomas B Magill.
Sarah J Johnson.
Pennle O Floyd.
Margaret A Williams.
John Henry Rogers.
Marlborough, Julia A Bristow.
Bu m ter,
S um ter.
John F Lagrove.
Tbaddeus O Hubble.
Bailie J Wiles.
Catherine T Gibson.
Alpha B Howard.
Christina H IsertelL
Hen) H Doughty.
J 0 Janney.
Heury W Fraisr.
Chas E Spencer.
Wm 0 Duncan. .
James B Wltberspoon.
Wm T 81m.
Maria L Butland.
Emery B Alexander.
Thoa S Davant
Willlamsbnrg, Amanda Mankein.
James M Allen.
John L Cameron.
PO8TOFFI0E8 BHOPHNED AND POST-?A8TP.RB
COMMISSIONED IN SOOTH OABOUNA, FBOM
JULY 1ST to 10th, 1866.
orrie is. distuiot.
_-i-t.t~h.r B'dge, OjUeton,
Eight-- Mila, Plckens,
Hopkins" T O, Blchland,
-Uah'? Store, Lexington,
must Of PJBT_TAST--a,
Janie? N Bryson.
Thomas W Folger.
Francis A Thomas.
James & Ksnnady.
Mary J 84ruino__.
LIST OF P09TOFFI0E8 OPBNED AND P?ffTMABT
ERS COMMISSIONED IN SOUTH 0ABOLINA
FBOM JULY 10 to l8, 1866.
G rea? ville,
Pi ok sa a.
Cr, i ck Spring?,
Table Mountain, Piokens,
HAKB Or F08TMiSTTla.
James B Smith.
Mrs Bebi-oca Mayfield.
Alfred F Tremain.
Hine O Jo.ep'ne Good.
Mrs Lln?a Smith.
Henry M Martin.
Marcas A Margar.
Mrs Mary J Beb?a..
Fr_B??f> ? Fur-ior.
st HP Yonngblood.
Bau y-m M E Avlnger .
WldlamBbnrf, Belina Bchoaklar.
York, Ira Hanlini, .
THEODORE F. CHUPEIN, Dentist,
H Afino BjrrDBHmD to my nativ_s city, aw
TER aa absence of five years, I tender my Pro
feaalonal Servio?- to my friends, the farmer patients of
the lata Dr. WM. 8. MONBFH_>T (my pt??j''jptor). and
the publio generally. By the opporiuni tie? and the many
rare advantage? recently enjoyad (sinos ths disbanding
of the armies), I nts ena ?led to offer tho LAT-tST
8TYLE8 OF WOuK and the MUST IMPBOVBD
BlETHOD OF TB?ATIIBWT FOB THE TEETH. ?J
?fona 26 U-WuS-O
i Ki OK & FITXMAN,
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law,
NO. 05 LIB BUTT STREET,
NEW TO UK.
Roger A. Pryor.The?. *VV. Pit?man.
July 31_^^^^^ Imo
8. J. TOWN8END.J. n. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOIiIOI070?.S 13ST E<^TJia?~5r,
liic-viVKT-rsvillr, 8. o.
WILL ATTEND TJ BD8INE88 IN THE DISTRICTS
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon._ 3mos July 6
WHOLESALE AMO IlKTArl, DEALER IN
CLOTHS, CAS8IHERES AND VESTING?,
GENTS' F?BNI8HINO GOOD8,
No. 35 Broad street,
July 33_flmos_CHARLESTON, S. O.
M. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ?TO.
Ho. 537 KINQ-BTRBBT,
OHABIiBSTON, 8. O . ,
The latest issues of the press always on band.
Subscriptions received and Gooda dellvereior for?
varded by Mall or Expresa.
All CASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to,
Febrnary 21 _ly
ISAAC E. HERTZ k CO.,
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
CHA*RX.B*BTON, B. V.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
OHA-BLESTOIT, S. O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BROKERAGE WITB
their GENERAL OOMnTIBSION BDHINEaO. and
are now prepared to procure FREIGUTS and CHAB
TBRS. Masters of vessels having no direot Consigne?,
can also obtain Freight* or Charters ajar applyUag*
QKO. A. HOPLET k CO. I It AVENEL k CO.
MOTTBT, HOCHET k OO. MUKMBALL, BEACH & CO.
Wht. P. HALL. ItoB'T KURE k CO.
kfOBDEOAI * CO. I WILLIS k ?UIBOLlf.
/erne 19 teeto
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM
(LATE OF NEWBERRY O. H., 8. a,)
-VTTILL 0OKTINU? BUSINESS IN OHARLBSTON, Ar
And will be pleased to see their friends at
NO. 16 BOYOE'B WHARF,
Wat. A. COURTENAY. P. 0. TRKNHOLsn.
WILLIS k CHISOLM,
FACTORS. C0MMI88.0I MERCHANTS
V17TLL ATTEND TO THE PURONASB, SALE AWI
W SHIPMENT (to Ferelga and Doaaestio Porta) o
OOTTON, RICK, LUMBKB and NAVAL STORKS.
ATLANTIC WHAKF. CaUaTleston, 8. O.
?. WILLIS.........~?.A. B. OHIHOL?
ARCHIBALD 6ETTT & CO.,
Sibling and Commission Merta?s,
NOETH ATLANTIC WHAEP,
AND 128 MEETING STBESJ,
CHAKLESTON, s. c.
A. Setty*.E. A. Sondar.8. T. Bender.
July 7_ _
WILBUR k SON,
fjrENERAL AUCTIONEERS & C0HMIS6I09
OYPIOB AND BALES BOOHS,
flos. l8 oud 15 StBte-etreot an? flos. 1 ano
OHARIiBSTOlvr, ?. O,
April 3 J~j_ rawi lyr
JOS. E. RISLEY,
General Commission Merohant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC,
No. HO EAST BAY,
CORREE OF AOOOXMODATIO? WIUAV,
AUSTIN, ANDRUS k CO.,
HO. 181 M??TINO-STIEET.
OOUNTBY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
Ftjbrnery la _>_?
SEO. E, PRITCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
OHABLE8TONI B. O.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GBO. W. STEFFENS & HO.
WOULD NTBFaOTTDlXT LNEORat THXLB CTB
TOMEU ?and Ibe pnblioibas.In addition Uitxto
tmO?AnkL? ?ND RETAIL OEOOEBY at Uta aoraai
e* Titan an* Ctoo-ra? scree's, tbey bave sow ia sail.
WBOLE8ALB INO OOUfcfJSaiON HOUSE at Ko.lt
Venda? Range, erbere they will bj able to afford th*i>
austomers extra iaclUUeo, Their Arm will ootcprla*
?no. w. nnrn?.,..v, o. Bo*una....fc atvatotimm.
Marou H Iji
No. 238 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 King-sreet,
FOURTH DOOR AIJOVK MAHKET-ST.,
Charlosion, S. O.
N. A. PRATT, 1 8. W. WILSON. f V. B. WILSON.
Chemist to lale | G red u at? of.
O. 8. Nitre ?ml I J phil?. College
Mining Bu-f i "f Pharmacy, Ik
rcau. I ?'heulst to late
I 10 8 Ord. Dep't.
The Proprietors are >'ativc Georgians.
WORMS j_ WORMS!
HURLET'J POPULAR WORM CANDY
IS A SrEOIFIO FOR WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WARRANTED TO CURB.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 236 KING-8TBEET, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
FOR CHILLS AND FEVER!
USE TAH BEST.
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
?\TEVER FALLS - ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED)
Ay upon-notting more tellable than HURLEY'S
will onre Ague and Fever, Chills and Fever, Intermit?
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every person who han tried
Horley'o Ton lo speaks Id high ternis uf It. As a curative
agent It is unsurpassed, and more certain than quinine.
No bad remits from usine Hurley's Toole. Everybody
should UBo Hnrley'n A geo Tonio.
PBATT A WILSON BBOB.,
No. 338 KING-STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jane 19_ tv the
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
THESE BITTERS ABE PURELY A VEGETABLE;
COMPOUND, and are offered to the public under the
fullest conviction that they will be found a safe and sov
ereign REMEDY FOR DYdPEPSlA.
They have been triumphantly tested by numerous
famillesand Physicians In tbe South, who have famlnh>
ed ample testimony as to their decided excellence,
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cures Nervous Headache.
MRS. J EKE INS' OOLLBTON Bl ITEMS I
Strengthens the Digestive Organs.
MHS. J 1NKINH' OOL1.BION DIT 1 BBS I
Stimulates a Torpid Liver.
MBS. JBNKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Corrects Acidity of the Stes
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTEBSl
Creates a Good Appetite.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTEB8I
Cures Dyspepsia In Its most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Rejuvenates Old Aga.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS!
Are truly called "The People's Medloluo."
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FAMILY MEDIOINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 260 King street,
Manufacturer and Sole Agent for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer -of EPPINO'S OOM?
POUND FLUID EX lit A OT SARSAPARILLA AND
QUEEN'S DELIGHT, the best known remedy for Scao?
fula and Eruptions of tbe hit lu. l.ecommendsd espe
cially by Phyalelans fer all Impurities of fee System.
July 7_ ?Imos
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No. 220 Braal Street, lagusta, ft*,,
Buys and sells on Oosnanisilon, O.OLD and BtLYER
COIN, BANK NOTES, BOMD8, COUPONS and ODORS
of all kinds, and EXCHANGE.
Also Collects for all paras of the United Saaha, and
makes remUtanoea promptly.
Ra-ranaaoaa.-Mesara. Oosnras li Wilboh, sasata?N na
tv Balah, E. H. Rosanna at Co., Ohssieston 8. O.
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