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Yh.e Daily ISTewe.
8AT?BDAY MORN ' KO, AUGUST 4, 1>-CC.
[?Voi?i the ?otton Post.]
A dead cut-tlio dissecting knife's.
riyinoutli Hock lum boou undergoing repair a.
Fatcuen, Dexter and Butler aro at tho West.
LaGrauge, Texas, has no rum shops.
Antonclli baa rocovorod-his health, not his
A girl died in Ireland from eating orange peel.
It will cost throo millions to tunnol tho Missis
Caleb Cashing ia expected to deliver an address
at the approaching Masonic c?l?bration in Now
The last trip of the Scotia, from Livorpool to
Now York, was the faateat westward trip on ro
Four to one aro offered in Now York on tho suc
cess of the Atlantic cable.
Bnrnuru is one of tho Paris Exposition Commis
A man was hanged iu Dolawaro for an attempt
to commit murder.
Disease in Now York this snniinor out-Horod's
Herod among the children.
Two mullen stalka au?! a bunch of thistles are
called a grove in tho mining portions of Nobraska.
A newspaper man lost ?GO.OO0 at Morriasey's
"hell" in Saratoga, last week.
The Chien go Ri publican has been inexistence
fourteen montha, and has apont ?221,500.
Another question. Shall hotols be enlarged or
ladies' dn ases diminished?
A Peaco of good news-the treaty betweon Aus
tria and Prussia.
The great question that agitates the country
now, ia, "Are paper collars poisonous ?"
A man of fifty waa married to a girl of sixteen
in Green Ireland, N. B., after a two hovfra' court
A man in Albany ia down on kites; he can't bear
to see them go up, and aasaults the boys who fly
Harlon Q. Kopp, a New Jersey atock gambler,
-committed suicide at Elizabeth, aged twenty. He
wished to crow rich faster than circumstances
Lizzie Whitham and Mary Scott, two young
Gloucester* girls, wero drowned at Cape Pond
while gathering lilies.
"The Stranger in London," a new journal, is an
nounced. Its contents will be printed in English,
French and Germ in.
A Texas paper says : "The tide of beoves and
.horses still flows eastward, while westward, ho 1
is the cry of immigration."
The hair of young girls who take the veil in
France is sold at auction. At a sale held at a
?convent in Paris lately 890 pounds of hair brought
A fairy piece, founded on Cinderella, recently
produced at the Theatre du Chatelet. is said to be
the most gorgeous affair of the kind ever got no
?iu Paris. B F
It is said au English company is to advance
funds to the Mexican Government, in return for
A boy in Minnesota filled a muBkot with sand
and gunpowder, and, holding it over his head,
fired off the oharge. His head went with it.
A Mobile paper denies that bathers have been
eaten by sharks in that vioinity; there ?re no
sharks there-in the water.
At a Fourth of July dinner given on board the
-steamer Scotia, the following toast was offered :
"England and Amerioa-Mother and child: both
A woman was burned to death in Ohio by her
olothea taking fire from a pipe she was ?mc ?og.
? She was on horseback at the time, and the horse
Whirling rariiHIs- amil tiri "?r. ho? ~u "-? * .?..??
Two New Hampshire widows wished to marry
-an old gentleman of 80, who has already had two
wives; lie married one of them, aud the other
wautB $10,000 heart-damages.
Mr. Wm. "Walker, of Long Creek, N. 0., woke
the other night to find bia house on fire, and
while engaged in extinguishing the flames am
bushed incendiaries occasionally fired on him.
A French paper says "the celebrated Signor
Francis Murty, formerly owner of the Tacon
?Theatre, re -cnHy died, aged eighty-nine. He has
left seventy children, ana to eaoh of them a for
tune of $70,000.
Caleb Cnahing and two others have been ap
pointed by the President to codify tho laws of the
United States. Better be getting some of the
New England cod out of them instead of codifying
them any more.
Eighty guardian angels in blue have descended
upon the fortunate town of Grenada, Miss. Gren
ada is disposed to be rebellious, and its people
are grenadiers, hence the visit of angels.
Baudelaire, the French poet, had to take one
hundred and twenty drops of laudanum before
his verse would flow. Ho never went to bed, and
-died a raving, howling, disgusting lunatic.
The Parisian ladies have made bonnets smaller
and beaut ?fully loss, until at last they consist of
nothing moro than a ribbon round the head with
a veil attached to it. The veil is generally black.
A fatal duel occurred near Memphis recently,
betweon Captain Greenlaw aud Henderson Taylor.
Taylor had his face slapped, sent a challenge, and
was mortally wounded. A woman was in the case.
Lawrenline Lenormand, aged 27, killed herself
in New Orleans by putting the muzzle of a double
barrelled pistol under her chin and firing both
barrels. Her father bad refused her a dowry of
-13000 in gold and permission to marry a person
Thomas Rlnggold, a New York Bohemian, who
represents himself nu a reporter for the "Zion
Beview," has been arrested for assaulting an
other colored individual. Miss Celina Book,
-teacher in a colored primary school, was the rook
on which the friendship of the two colored men
No medical officer was sent with the 478 re omits
dispatched from New York for Savannah by the
steamer San Salvador, and who are now Buffer
ing from cholera at Tybee Island, notwithstand
ing one of them had to be carried on board,
being sick, and there was no physician on board
A desperate affray took place in a Williamsborg,
N. Y., lager beer saloon, between a Prussian and
an Auatrian, during which the former was badly
out up, hie noao being nearly haoked from his
face. Tho quarrel arose during a discussion rela
tive to the merits of the oxisting war botween
Prussia and Austria.
In a recent lecture in England, Dr. Cumming
-expressed a belief that the world would not be
destroyed, but would endure forever in a more
purified and exalted state,-the Saturday evening
of the world was very near, and on the Sabbath of
s> thousand years, which was at hand, there would
bo a eunrho which would experience no western
The editor of tho Southern Vindicator, publish
ed at Pine Bluff, Ark., says tbat on the supposi
tion of being John H. Surratt, one of the Lincoln
conspirators, ho was, in July, 18C5, taken to Wash
ington, chained hand and foot, and after several
months' confinement released on parole, without
any explanation why ho was thus outraged.
An English Journal, speaking of several choiee
specimens of American printing, says : "So im
proved lins Amorioan* typography become of late,
through tho exertion of tho University Press, the
Biversido Prosa, and other houses, that their
owners have determined to contest the palm of ex
cellence with us at the French International Ex
hibition next yoar."
A Salt Lake paper says : "Away in tho wilda of
Idaho, mulway between Salt Lake and Oregon,
the air is thundered and the earth is rent By a
cataract ?s imposing as Niagara. Situate on the
Sagobrush Plains, which calmly sleep between the
Bocky Mountains and (ho Cascado range, and are
alike unten anted by Ceres or the gold of gold, tho
Groat Slioahoiie ia a world wonder which, for
savage scenery and power sublimo, utanda unri
valled in America."
Louis Napoleon is building a $5,000,000 opora
bouse in Paris, which will rival in extent and gran
deur tlio Colisoum at Botne. It will cost about
15,000,000. and will be constructed entirely of
Btone, hrick, and metal. Nothing combustible
will ontor into its composition. It will cover soven
and a hair acres and bo two liuudrod feet in ex
ternal height. The auditorium, however, is cal
culated to seat only about three thousand per
sons. Every box will have its separate saloon at
tached, fitted up like drawing rooms, and a
carriago-way will bo constructed to the second
story from tho street. Tho most successful and
celebrated artists or Franco-painters, sculptors
and architects-will bo employed in its ornamen
tation and erection. It will bo entirolv unapproach
able in finish and richness by any structure at
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Petroleum Torpedoes.-The Scientific Ameri
can contains an illustration and description of a
new invention, which it is claimed ia rovolution
ing affairs in the petroleum regions, by restoring
and greatly increasing tho flow from wolla hither
to supposed to havo been exhausted.
Petroleum appear, to be stored in pockets or
veins in certain oil-bearing rocks, technically
called "sand rocks," and found at varying depths
below the surface. It not unfrequoutly happens
that a well, after having reached one of thoeo
veins, and yielded tho petroleum in paying quan
tities, gradually coaeos to yield, tho passage load
ing into the woll having becomo closed by accu
mulation of parafhiiie or clogged by tho deposi
tion i?f ?thor extraneous substances. Agaio, wells
are Bunk into tho oil-bearing rocks at great ex
pense, without striking a vein, and aro abandoned
as "dry holes." Col. E. A. L. Roberta conceived
the idea of exploding a torpedo in euch wells to
fracture the rock and clear the closed passages,
or mako artificial ones reaching the oil veins.
The idea was acted upon, and with such succosb
that, by tho ubo of the torpedo, the production ? f
jil in one district of Pennsylvania nae been in
creased fourteen hundred barrels per day within
tho last two months. In one instance, two wells
which pumped only 8 barrels per day, after the
torpedo had been exploded in them flowed one
Hundred and sixty barrels. Eight wells which
jointly pumped only fifty bartels per day, yield
ive hundred and forty barr?le per day since they
?vere subjected to the torpedo experiment, iii
mother case cited, that of the Woodin Well, a
'dry hole" in which no oil had ever been obtain
?d, the explosion of two torpedoea in the third
land-rock, was followed by a yield of from sixty
o eighty barrels per day. These well-attested
acts give reason to hope for a revival of pros
?erity in the oil regions.
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Three Mexicans were recently executed at
brownsville, Texas, for murdering persons during
Jortina's raid in 1859. The Sheriff, being well
latisfied that a rescue was intended, applied to
louerai Getty for military assistance, which was
iromptly rendered. The prisoners lett the prison,
icoompanied by a priest, seated on ?heir coffins,
n a cart, and showed the full eharo of Mexioan or
ndian coolness and bravado. They mounted the
caffold nimbly, and not being pinioned, bowed
.tul waved then: hate to the multitude, which con
ioted of all the military and all the population of
)rownsvule. One of them, on his way to the
;allow8, Bhouted oat that it waa all right; he
now he was to die, but that Cortina would have
he blood of every individual concerned in his
A Rathkb Dear Belx,.-Hosea Merrill, or Pit te
leid, Mass., was married last week. Jue is aged
ighty-two years, his bride being somewhat
oranger. He gave her thirty thousand dollars,
lo was unable to get out of bia carriage, and the
eremony was performed while the parties were
itting in the carriage
.OS-OFFICES IN ACTUAL OPERATION _N SOUTH
CAROLINA TO JUNE SO, 186ft.
leanfort O H,
'reg Lo vol,
KAUS OT POSTMU-T-X.
Andrew E Hawthorn.
It try Strickland! *
Bo it A Read.
Anderson, David W Hawthorn.
A deraon, John A Jackson.
Anderson, Miss Eli-'th .. Hayna.
Anderson, Mrs Laura F Pal-er.
Barnwell, .-fas Woodward.
Barnwell, Jokn Dexon.
Barnwell, Blyah L Sadler.
Barnwell, Bernard D Lange.
Barnwell, Louis A Borke.
Barnwell. Misa O L W11 lame.
Beaufort, J ame? B Verdler.
Beaufoit, Chas P Brayton,
Charleston, O W DeHay.
Charleston, Sam'l K-ngmar
Charleston, Stanley O Trott.
Charleston, Herman Psn-orbteter.
Chesterfield, Elizabeth ?arahana.
Oolleton, Josephine Cordes.
Colloton, Henry Albrecht.
Darliogton, Emoree W Dulioee.
Darlington, M a tho w A Evans,
Darlington, Charlotte Rouse,
Darlington, James M Brown.
Darlington, John Douftl&s.
Edgefioid, Edward T Walker.
Fairfield, Wm Carlisle.
Georgetown, Thomas MoFooiy.
Horry, ?Toa J Klohwood.
Horry, ahornas E Dunn.
Kershaw, Jos M Osle.
Lancaster, Thomas R Magill.
Lancaster, Sarah J Johnson.
Marion, Fennie O Floyd.
Marion, Sarah t- towart.
Marlon, Julias Brown.
Morion, Margaret A Williams.
Marion, Budol.ih Yampin.
Marion, John Henry Rogers.
Marlborough, Julia A Bristow.
Newberry, William Butumor.
Nowberry, o David Elbber.
Newberry, John F Lagrovo.
Orangeburg, Tfaaddeus O Hubble.
Oranxeburg, Ballia J Wiles.
Plokene, Catherine T Glbson.
Picken?, Alpha B Howard.
Plokena, Ohrisuna H isertelL
Picken-, Ben) R Doughty.
Richland, J C Janney.
bumter, Henry W Frazer.
Bn m tor, Ohas E Spencer.
Bunter, Wm O Duncan.
Bumter, James K Witherspoon.
Union, Heeeklah Ward.
Union, Wm T Sim.
York, Marla L Rutland.
York, Michel Daffy.
York, Emoiy E Alexander.
York, Thos 8 Da vant
Willi-msbnrg, Amanda. Mankoln.
James M Allen.
John L Cameron.
PO8TOFFI0E8 BEOPBNED AND POSTMASTERS
COMMISSIONED IN SOUTH CAROLINA, FROM
JULY 1st TO 10th, I860.
SalUtotch-r B'dge, O illeton,
Elghteoa Mile, Pickens,
Hopkins'T O, Richland,
Hlsli's Store, Lexington,
MIME OV rORTUa-TBB.
James N Bryson.
Thomas W Fulgor.
Francis A Thomas.
Jamos B Kennedy.
Mary J Simmons.
LIST OF POSTOFFIOES OPENED AND POrrTMAST
ERH COMMISSIONED IN SOUTH CAROLINA
FKO\kJULY 10 to 16, i860.
Ci kt Springs,
Hunter _ Mills,
HAME OV rOSTMAf)1_B.
James B Smith.
Mrs Rebecca Mayfield.
Alfred F Tremain.
Miss O Joiep'noUood.
Mrs Linns rtmlth.
Henry M Martin.
Marcus A Mamar.
Mr? Mary J BoMM.
Wat Ha a ?er.
Fra-ec* E *T-rsa_r.
M t? P Yonngblood.
Banao-i _ k Avlngor.
Wl liam'sk _r_, Salina flchoaklc*.
York, Ira Harding,
NASSAU-Por Br sehr Try ile-22,101 feet Pitch rino
OANA HY ISLES-Per sehr Oceau Bolle-10C.083 feet
ritc.li Tino Lnmbor.
BALTIMOKE-l'cr steamshli CumbTland-62,000 feet
Lumber, 3 halos Cottou, 2 bales Wool, 22 Packages,
0 bales UldeB, 210 Loose Ula oh.
The i Jim lenton Cotton fllnrkrt.
Tho holders of Cotton ?till ask too UIkIi a figuro for
buyor* to operate, and the Cotton placed on tho market
yesterday forenoon was withdrawn during tho cloy, not
finding a pnrchSBor. Wo havo no sales to report.
AUGUSTA, August 2.-Cotton.-Thoro is nothing
Gou>.-Tticro is s Blight declino. Brokers are buying
at 145 to 1?6 and soiling st 140.
MEMPHIS, August 1.-Our last week o rovlow closod
on a dull market, with Middling at 30 to 81c The opon
ing market for tho week hsd no chango of noto to moko,
and continuod wltb, wo may ?ay, no variation until the
steamer's arrival frrm Liverpool, with dates of 2lst,
when Cotton became moro buoyant and firmer, and
lioldors advanced from one to two cents. Tbo markets
yostorday were quito firm with an upward tendency
and no can?nicas ou tho part of holders to sell, having
groat confidence In a Inrlher rise, lu which wo think
they aro abundantly justified. Th? peace news has had
a good euee on tho Cotton market, and a car-ospondiiiR
doproKBlon Is naturally felt In Gold, which has d cllned
from two to threu cents.
Should tho prince prove a permanent one, Gold will
continuo to go down, while Cotton will advance to still
higher flguros. It is ontli-ipated by Bono that li will
reach SO.-. '1 he nowa as to tho coming crop 1b quite con
flicting. In many parts of tho country Cottou aurjorod
bo much in the early part oi tbo season that notwith
standing tho recent fin' weather it will never recuuor
?to; whilo in other Bornions tho stand is good with pros
pects of a lair y iel-" In Ohicot county. Arkansas, tho
great Cotton coijp'? of the dtote, tho yield will not bo
ane-lourth of a r-op, and in Oosha county one-quarter
will bo a lorne return for It to make. We instance thono
sountlos as they ore known tobo among the boBt Cotton
:ountieo in that State.
Ii ni tim um Market.
BALTIMORE, July 81.-Corr..?.-There has boen
nore demand to-day nador the favorablo European
idvlces, and holders are firm at 87 cents for middling
Coffee.-The morkot Is very firm, and the stock In
irst hands Is being steadily reduced. We roport to-day
.aloa of two Involves, balance of brig Brothers cirgo
1309 bags Bio, both on private terms.
r'l.oun.-New City Mills is held very firm on account
>f the advance in wheat. We hear of no sales, bnt thero
s some inquiry foi nblpplPg brands of Extra, which
ire still quoted at $13 to $13 60, as to character of
?rand. Supers are very stiff at 910. Of Western and
?Io ward street descriptions the stock is almost entirely
iomprlBed of old, and chiefly Spring ' wheat, the dc
nond for whioh is Inactive, and confined to local wants,
folders ore oxlous to sell, and the market continues ir -
.egnlar, so much so that It is difficult to give correct
luotatlons for those grades. Bye Flour- We report a
?le to-day of 100 bbis Peaniylvonlo at $6 62. Oom
deal-City Mills Is steady at $4 75 per bbl. We repeat
mr former quotations, though in some respects nomi
ial, as follows ;
Io word street Super and Ont Extra.99 76? 910 36
loword street hxtra Shipping.10 00? li 60
lo ward street High Grades.00 00? 4M 00
loword stoset family.14 sa? 0* 00
>hiO hu per and Cut Extra. none.
Into Extra Shipping.io NA il 24
>hlo Befalling.11 60? 12 26
>hlo Family.U 00? 14 60
?torthwestern Soper.g 09? t 26
?orthwtstern Extra.9 0t>? li 20
)lty Mills Super. 8 60? 10 00
Xty Mills Shipping brands Extra.13 00? 13 60
?altimore. Welch's Ja Greenfield Family..16 SOO 60 0*
ioltJmore high grade Extra.le 60<i4 0* (JO
ty? Flour-new.5 62? B $7.
lorn Meal, Oity Mills and Brandywine_4 76? 00 M
quain-Wheat-The offerings to-day wero quite small
inly 1200 bushels white and 3300 bushell red; of the
rhlte 228 bushels cholo? brought f 3, and the red rong
d from $3 80 to 2 76 ; 14C0 bushels sold at $2 73 to 2 76
.er bushel, a further advanoo of 6 cents. Corn_4700
maholo white end 3600 buahels yellow embraced the
ecelpts offered on 'Change; the market was lower for
rhlte, with sales of 3600 baahels at ti 08 to 1 09 for
;ood to prime, and 1400 bushels fair do at SI 06 io 1 00;
io yellow sold; quote nominal at 98 cents. Oats-re
elpts continua heavy: 10.000 bsshelsoffered; solea 6000
'uabels MeCTlapd.v-A.**''--'- ' .-.-<".?
SflSnSt^ "".*.*. ,tocV "* ' - -
Puovisions.-The market Is aotire for both Bulk
leota and Bacon, and prices Improving. Solos inte yes
erday und to-day were comprised aa follows: 30 casks
nd 166 boxes Bulk Shonldeis st 16*4 cents: 100 boxes
hort ribbed Middles at 18? co nts; 30,000 pounds Shonl
ers, tor late August delivery at 1GX cents; 60 hhds
lacon Sldeo on private term?; 20 hhds at 2ay. cents; 60
ihdu Shoulders In lots at 17 'i cent? ; 30 hhds in Jobbing
ota at 17 X to 17 *i cents. Mess I'ork is quiet; we quote
io m I nal at $33 60 per bal. Lord is flat, no Inquiry;
[note city at 20x to 21 cents, and Western 21>i to 22
ents per lb in tierces.
Salt.-Market anohanged, with moderate jobbing
jemand; qnote Liverpool Ground alum $2 16 to 2 26;
to Fme $3 to 8 40 per sack; Book $30 per ton; Turk's
slaiid 00 cents per bushel.
SOOAB.-We notice a quiet but firm market. The only
ales reported were 30 hhds Porto Bloo at 13 Vi to 13?
on ta; and 20 do do at 12? cents; quotations same as
Wbibkxt-Is dull ; Jobbing lots of Western are report
d at $2 27; lota of 60 to 100 bbls would not bring over
?2 25 to 3 26 por gallon.
PHILADELPHIA, July 81.-Cotton-Prioea ?re
?other better. 200 boles of Middlings sold In lots st 37
o ?9o per lb for Uplands and New Orleans.
QaooEniES.-Coffee is firmly held; 76 bags of Laguay
.a sold at l8? to 19o per lb, In gold. In 8 gar there is
io chango to notice; 204 hhds Cuba sold st 10?o per
Floor._The market continues dull, bnt holders are
lot disposed to accept lower prices. About 1600 bbls
lold In lots, mostly to the home trade, Including
northwest superfine at.$ 0.87? 7 00
.iurlliwobt extra at. ? 0U? 8.60
northwest extra family at.9.00? 10.60
Pennsylvania and Western superfine st. 7.00? 7.60
Pennsylvania and Western extra st.8.60? 900
Pennsylvania and Western extra family at... I0.6U@11 00
Pennsylvania and Western fancy at.13.00(^16.1.0
Rye flour.?.6.75? 8 00
Penn sylvania Corn Meal.4.20? 4.25
Qrandywlno Corn Meei..4.20? 4.26
Most holders ore froj sellers within the range of
quain-Thero is not mnoh wheat offering, and the
lemana is limited. Small sales of now Delaware red
ire making at g2 COo per bush. Wheat la duU, and
prices are nominal. A lot of Western rye sold at 960.
J?rn Is inactive, and prioea ore drooping; salea of yel
low at 93 opd 04c, and 1600 bush mixed Western at 93a.
Oats meet with o limited Inquiry at yesterday's quota
tions: sales of 22,000 bush new Delaware at o*5o; 1200
bnah Western at 63 to 66o, and BOO bash old Pounsyl
ranla at ?So per bush.
The following are the receipts at this port to day : 800
obis flour; 4000 bush wheat; 8960 boah corn; 71u0 bush
irtumsioHB-There la no material change to notice in
price or demand. Small sales sre making at 133 per
bbl for new mess Pork; 20?2eo per lb for plain and
fancy bagged Bacon Hams; 19@20o for pickled do; 19 to
19?c for salt Shoulder?; and 22 to 37cper lb for Butter,
is to quality.
SKXDS-Clover Seed Is quoted at 97 to 7 26 per 04
lbs for prime, but we hear of no sales. In Timothy
there la nothing doing. Flaxseed Bella on arrival at
93 3"> per bushel.
Whisko-t- Bemalns without change. Small sales of
Pon ii ay 1 vant? bbls at 93 33 to 93 34, and Ohio at 93 29
Kew York Market.
The New York Journal of Commerce, of Wednesday,
August 1st, says:
The Money Market Is still freely supplied with capi
ta1 The amount offering being in excess of the present
wont of borrower?, call loans are readily obtained on
miscellaneous securities at 4 to 6 per cent. Bualnea?
psp-r Is in good requett at 5? to 7 per cent per annum
discount for the best names.
Gold opened this morning st 148?, touched at 148?,
advanced to 149?. and closed at Uti,
Silver Is In less demand and offarod at easier rates.
It Is bought by dealers at 8? and resold at 7o below the
prlco of gold.
Foreign Exchange Is nominal. German honaes are
said to be drawing freely against 6-20's, and this baa a
tendency to unsettle prices. Leading bankers o?ked
108? lor sixty days* storliug bills, and 109 ? to 110 for
short ?Igbt do early in the dsy, but thero was little
business at these figures snd rates were lower towards
tho close. We quote: Bills at sixty dsys on London
lOo?f to 107? tor commercial. 107J? to 108? for bank
ore': do at short sight 108? to )09; Paris at sixty days
6 35 to 6 20; do at short sight 6 l8? to 6 18?**; Antwerp
fi 25 to 6 20; 6w?bb 6 26 to 6 20; Hamburg, 8flJ? to 87;
Amsterdam 40 to 40tf; Frankfort 42 to 42?; Bremen 77
to 79; Prussian tbalera 73 to 73 ?.
NHW TOB**, Tueadoy evening, inly 31.-Buead
siTjrrB.-Tho market for S tato ead Wea torn flour opened
Ilvo to t.-n out? i,iKiiur "n tiieaiuiind lu-giuil-i?, bat
closed with tbe advance partially lost. The eales uro
7X11(1 bbi? at iii 70 to 7 05 for ?up?rflno Mat- ; fll H*. to
8 J*, for coiunion extra Stat?-; $H ti) to ?J 7. for choice ?lo:
$5 70 to 7 6.1 for superfino Ut?*-l?Z_. Indiana, ?.?hi?.
Iowa, Ac, omi $7 to 8 C8 for extra do. inclinllng ?hipiiii'g
brands or round Ltonp Ohio ot ?K 08 to <.) 0.*., and trado
brand? of doat $V 70 Io 11 75; Bprlug wheat St. Louis a
$10 to 11 60, and winter do ot $11 to 15. \Yc quote
nuporfino Stito.ya -0 io $7 65
Extra Mat?. ?j 85 to 0 75
Supor WoBtorn. 6 70 to 7 C6
Extra Western. 7 n? to 8 66
Extra Ohio rouod-boop. 8 36 to ?J C5
Extra Ohio, trade. 9 70 to 11 76
Extra St. Louis. 10 00 to 14 7
SouTiiKiiK Flow?-Remains as at last report. Hales
wero made of .00 bbls at $9 40 to lo 90 for common,
and $11 to $15 60 for oxtra and family brands.
Canadian F_oun,-Thero is but llt'lo doing. Wo no
tice sales of small lois at $8 .0 to $9 80 for common, and
$'J 90 to $12 for oxtra brands.
Sales for tho week-Wostorn. 40,020
Soles for tho woek-Southern. 1,680
Sales for the week-Canadian. 76
Rccolpts for the week. 62 329
Exports for the week. 34.?C1
Exports from January 1st.604,7.4
Exports same timo lost yoar.820,087
Wueat.-Tho market opened In tho soltera' favor,
cloaing, however dull and heavily. Tho sales oro 9U00
buehelfl, at $176 for no- No "J Milwaukee, $2 25 lor
whlto Michigan, and $2 80 for now auber Jerfoy.
Oats-Opened firmly, but closed heavily. PnUs wero
raodoof 82.000 bushols at 62 to C.c for 8tate; 61c lor
Jeraoy; 58 to 60c tor now Maryland, 65 to 6bc lor Iowa;
48 to 60c for fllwaiikee, and 46 to 48c for Chicago.
Cohn-Tho markot oponcu ouo cent better, but cloiod
with but little inquiry, and tho ii-proveniont lost Tlic
Bales aro 166,000 bushels at 83 for Hnaouud mixed W?-nt
oro, and 83>i to 84c for sound do, clostug at B.J.O, and
$1 10 for primo ayhiie Western.
Sales tor tho woek.buah. 701,000
Receipts for the weok. do 6fi6 076
Exporta for tho week. do 4311457
Exports from January 1st. do 7,018,053
i xports BBme timo Inat year_ do 743,<j60
Coffee-Thore is a good demand from the trade, and
full prices are willingly paid. We notlco sales of 4G0O
l)igs Rio. ox Capriccio, at i:<!~c, gold; 35H bogs do, ex
anno, at 13>ic gold; 2138 hags do, ox Eloanor Thomp
?on. at 13>_c, gold; and 6Sil bogB do, ex Herzog Ernst,
it I-Ja*-, gold, in boud. MeaBru. William 8cott k l-ona
.alculate tho stock of Rio la Now Orleans to bo 4000
tioga; In Mobllo to bo 1700 bag?; In Baltimore to be
LO.OuO do, and of Coffeo of all kiudB in this market to
Rio and Santos.101 970
Java, Oovernmont bags. 2 680
M&racslbo. g i(,g
St. Domingo. 933
Other descriptions......!'...!. 4,914
Wo quoto In gold, daly paid: Rio, prime, 20o; good,
9@19>?c; fair, 17@17*ic; ordinary, 16<_.I6c; fair to
[ood cargoes 17(a) 19c; Java, mots and bags, 2t@25c;
?atlve Ceylon Coffee, 18r_>21'_c; Maracaibo Coffeo, 17 .
.l-Xo: Lagoayr-, 17K@19.-.; St Domingo, 1B>?@17. '
Cotton-The market opened with a fair Inquiry st
iteady figures, but closed quietly and with quotaUone
larrly maintained. The sales are to exportera and
iplnners, and include 1600 bales. Wo quote :
upland, Florida. Mobile. N.O.diT.
yr?lnsry. 32 83 33 84
-w Middling... 34 85 ?5 88
diddling. 37 38 38 89
loo- Middling. 41 41 42 43
Receipts for the week.bales .'.6,624
Exports for the week.3,007
Exports from Janaary 1st.268.631
Exporta samo time lost year.28.843
FnuiTs-Trade is light at former prices; sales of 1100
?ox? s ra?alos, In lots, at $4 20 ?small lots euri ant? 15 _
o a-}.] 100 cases quarter boxes sardines at 29o cur
enoy; 160 cases half boxes do at 40o; almonds are m
Ight supply, and 40 is demanded for Languedoc; dried
pp es sell at l8 to -lo.
Ou-ni-B-Cloth continues activa, and sa'os of 660
?let, to Boston, ?re reported st 32 )_ to 33c, and 200
?les here at 33 >_o. Bags are quiet at 23o in Boston.
Hat-A smaU lot of the new crop on the market, of
ood quality, held at 900; old is arriving very moder
tely, sod a further advance is quoted in prices; Bales at
0 to 76o for shipping, and $1 to $110 for retail quail
E-porta for the week.balas l.nso
Exports from January. 26,888
Exports same time last year. 20,'? C5
Molasses-Is in some requeatffrom'the refiners at un
hanged figures. We notice sales or 661 hbds and tea
luba clayed at 47 cents, and 60 hbds Demorara on pri
Naval 8tob_8.-Crude Turpentine as formerly; sales
60 bbls at $4 76. 8plrita Turpentine-there is a little
,",?.nK?r fpoUa_ noted, with moro hn.in?.i- ?.!-. too
.tter prices; BOO bbls brought $8 26; good strained sold
t S3 37a. to8 60, and No 2 at $4.
Receipt* Exp'ts Exp'ts Exp'ts
for the w'k. for tbe fax Jan. same
week. 1st time
Irudet-r...bbli 830 .. 11,999 39
Iplrlts do do 1670 410 ".685 634
losln.do 7606 8140 163,238 7113
?or.do 479 35 21.452 818-1
?itch.do .. 66 J.461 768
Pbovibioms-Pork-There is little moro doing, the
n&rket closing, however, rather heavily. The sales in
ilude 6200 bbls at $31 60 tn 31 76 for mess, cash and
egular woy, closing at $3156; $30 for'64 to'65 mess,
.nd $27 to 27 76 for prime.
Bear-Tho market is hardly so firm. We notice sales
if 340 bbls at $16 to 20 for plain Western mess, and
|20 60 to 24 for extra do.
Beef Hams-There are none In tho market. Prices
ire entirely . oiulnol. i
Bacci* Bides-Are dull and nominal.
Cut Meats-Remains about the Bsme. The sales lu
dude 250 pkgi (mainly ice cured) at 19 !.? to 21 o for barns
n sweet pickle, and 14 X to I6J?0 for shoulders in do.
La-d-There is but little lnqut.y. Bales were modo
if 875 toa and bbls at l8 to 19>ic for No 1 to kettle ren
lered city, and 19.. to 20?_o for Western, the latter price
for a mall lots of choice.
Butter- The market is dull, heavy and declining.
Ihe receipts are still light, but full? equal to the sales.
Primo grades of Western reserve are mostly In request
'mm the local trade (the only purchasers) at about
Cornier figures. We quote State at 30 to 40o and West
si n at 25 to 33c.
Cheese.-The market Is still dull and heavy. The
European advices are too unfavorable to admit of any
purchases for export, and the home trade is very light.
The stock on band Is now lu fair order, the large quan
tity spoiled by the late extremely warm whether being
disposed of at low rotea We quote dalry at 10 to 16c,
and factory at 17 to l8 ?io
Bice.-There is bnt little doing; full figures, however,
only are accepted We quote Rangoon at 10c. The
sales are in small lota and will foot up about 260 bags.
8-OA-.-The market for raw is inactive and quota
tions, though unchanged, are barely maintained. We
quote fair to good refining at wy, to Ho. The siles
aro D40 hhds Cuba at 10 to 12*,e; 25 hbds Porto Rloo at
l8 to 14,.o, and 20 hhds St. Croix at 14, ,0. Tbere is a
good demand for refined at firm rates. We quote soft
yellow at 14 to 16".o; soft white at 15*. to 10 ??c, and
orufhed, powdered and granulated at 16*? to 17c.
Fnatarrrs-To Liverpool 38.000 bushels corn at 8X
to 4d. and per steamer 7500 bushels corn at 6d, and l61 0
bushels wheat at 6>_d. A bark to Oork for orders with
corn at 4a 6d._
?Jonsisno-B par 0on.il. Carolina Hallroad,
26 bales Ootton, 11 bales Tarn. Furniture, and Son
dries. To L Prioleau, Mrs J F Walter. B Hoad. Orae
Bor A 8mlth. Milligan, Melchers A Oo, 0 N Averlll A
Bon. J B E Sloan, Loe k Oo. W M Lawton A Co, E N
Fnl?er. Lieut J A MoKlone, H F Baker * Co. J F Tay.
lor. 0 Whlttomore, Son k Oo. Osmerm, Barkley & Co.
W P Dowling, Lee k Spencer, O W Williams k Co, Hart
& Co, J Ooagrovo, A Von Dohlen, J M Caldwell k Sons.
Constances pox- Wor.li_as._r_ Railroad,
IS bales Ootton, 310 bbls Naval Stores, 6 car? Lum
ber 6i) boxos Tobacco, Mdre, Ac To Adams, Frost A
Co Holmes A 8touey, O E Prltchett, H Bischoff A Co.
Willis A Ohlsolm, Quaokenbush, Dukes A Co, Graesor
A emlth, J 8 Riggs A Co, Bcrsven A Nesbit, Ravenel A
Co, M Jacobl.
Per steamship Cumberland, for Baltimore-W 8 Fish
er and lady.
per s 'earner Eate, from Palatka, via Jacksonville. Ac
Mr Buckingham, Mr Benton, Mr Beatie, W A McCul
louab WP Copel ey and lady, J D Matheson, L F-rger
son ? B Briggs, J Averltt, Miss Averltt, J _ Ptarco, Mr
8mead. Miss Lizzie Dalley, Miss D Balley, and 16 in
.BASKS OV TITS -?OOM.
Last Q. 3d, lh. 67m. even. I First Q. 18th, 8h.66m.morn
New M. 101b, Oh. 16m. morn| ioU M. 25th, 10b. 3m. even
S*- j__t A Ano.
ni'SEfl. | SETS.
6..18 i 6..69
6.14 I ii..63
6..15 I 6..61
8..16 I 6..S.
6..16 I 6..66
6..17 I 6. 64
5,.17 1 6..63
MAU INK NU Wa.
P O It T O y V H A It I, K S T O S .
Arriva?! Voaiwrilsty. Avoua*** 3
Stosnior Kate J J Flynn, Palatin, vin Jarkuonville.
Snv.irin.-ili, fit. 11 balts Cotton, :tn head Cattle. To T
J Lockwood, Barenel k Co, F Connor, M Beatle, J & J
D Kirkpatrick, Southern Expr?s* Co, and others.
Cleared Yesterda>. | Ann esr 8
Stoaiiinliip Cumberland, Usinas, llaltituoro-Willis ft
Dr sobr Try Me, Cumming, Nassau, N r, and a Mar.
ket-0 F Beare.
Beor Ocean Bollo, l?-cory, Canary IbIcb-H 0 Inwood k
Went to Sea Yesterday. [August 3
Steamship Cumberland, UsinBB, Baltimoro
Kroni Ulla Port.
Bteamshlp Saragossa. Crowoll, New York, July 81.
Op for tills Port.
8tcaniHlilp T.ulu, Childs, at Baltimore, to nail Auaust 4.
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