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TUESDAY MoRN NG, AUGUST 7, 1-iGG.
_Gi ) M M *<Rn 1 AL*._
PHILADELPHIA-Per brig James Baker-1 bale Cot
ton, 100 bbls B ?In, 3U0 tons Iron, 20 Empty Bar
Tile I'liiirlr.it'in Cotton Min lict.
Tbo flat condition of tho Liverpool market on tho 4th
inst, a' reported by At Inn tie Cabio, has rather de
pressed tho staplo hero. The Bales yesterday woro con
fined to 60 bales, all to ono buyer, of which 28 were
Middling at 35c, and 22 Low Middling at 31c per lb.
MOBILE, Anglist I.-Coiton-There was only a light
demond to-da} ; salen of 101) bates wero made, chiefly by
ono boyer for Northern account. Lower grado?? talion
in Sales can be cflccted on a basis of 32 to 33o for
Middlings, but even mi? ni tig loto command fully 33c.
?ot.D-Uu? ing aud sclliug at 146 to 148
Bi-vi-n-Buying and selling at 133 ?o 138.
Exchanoe- ?sterling nominal. Now Vor*-* sight '.,' dis
count to par. New Orleans "i discount lo par.
New Orleans Market;
NEW OB LEAN -, August 1 -Cotton.-The market In
the leading staplo hue disclosed no lnipr?rtaut alteration
of any kind t.? day. A telegram reporting tho Liver
pool market tirm on tho 30>h tilt, whb received in duo
time for publication in the evening papers, but the
news has bad very little effect, as factors had generally
advancod their figures two dajB ago to a point which
still appears to be boyond tim limits of a majority of
buyers. Thero is, nevertheless, somo inquiry notice
able, snd 8?0 bales were taken by four brokers, at full
previous figures. As heretofore, boh?o discrepancies
-exist between tin' ruling rates for small and irregular
lots, and those for evou running lists and for Cotton of
good staple and quality, but tim tondency of tbo market
oontinues steadily upward, and we repeat yesterday's
-quotations, with the remark that prlcos still inclino to
the outsido figures, viz: Ordinary, 27 to 20c; Good Or
dinary, 31 to 33c; Low Middling, 34 to 30c, and Mid
dling, 37 to 38o.
Stock on hand 1st September, I8t>6.bales. 83,230
Becelved since yesterday. 23
. Exported since yesterday.
?Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared.... 89.411
Buha* Ann Molasses.-There have beon no receipts
-from the interior since yesterday. The market still
oontinues vory dull, and the only sales wo ?re able to
report are 23 bbls and 20 hbds of Loulpltne clarified
Bugar on private terms. We howovor continue to quote
at 16 to io yc, lOXo for fair to prime, and 17 to 17),c
per pound for yollow and hito ela lflod. lhere is
nothing wbatover doing in Molasses, but wo understand
It is offered by the cargo at 62c per gallon.
FnEiOHTB- Tbo Liverpool and New Orleans steam
ship line having resumed business after a temporary
suspension, the 1? urida Is now receiving freight at }?d
por lb for cotton to Liverpool. Bates by sall to Liver
pool are ;i to 9-lfid, and to Havre l .'.,c per lb for cotton.
The rate by steam to No * York and Boston ia 1 to l,*.,'c
por lb for cotton, and 7,1c per bul for flour; and by sall
K to 9-100 por lb for cotton, and 45c por bbl for flour.
A bark haB been taken up to-day at l.'^c per lb for cotton
MEMPH13, August 2_Cotton-The Cotton market
offers no points for fresh remarks. Yotterday its gen
eral features were Umso of the day before, without
change, yet with ea?or manifestations of a disposition
to advance. The favorablo nows published by us yes
terday, telegrapbod tram New York and Liverpool the
day belore, oxcitod a better io? ling in the oarly part of
the day, which wob farther strengthened by dispatches
. yesterday, that from Liverpool dated 30th July, verify
ing the markot as firm, with salos of 120,000 bales. But,
as above, there was no chango, and tho day closed upon
. our former rates, holder-, being still firm in their views.
'Wo therefore still quote:
Oood Ord nary.28?29c.
AV lim lu?.- tori Market.
. WILMINGTON, Aosnst k-Tu_r_?TiNE-Is in fair
3tE__t?--' , and the _i_ik<-t steady, 'hale? pt 413 libls at
Wu for virgin, $3 for yollow dip, and $1 50 for hard,
: per 280 lbs.
SnniTs Turpentine.-Market quiet. Salea of only 22
bola at 60 cents per gallon tor white.
JBobin.-9alos or 30 bbls No 3 at $2 25 per 280 lbs; 430
. bt-ls at X2 60 to $3 tor opaque, and $4 25, $4 76, $6 to
$5 60 for No 1, as in quality; aud a small parcel of com
mon st S3 23.
Tab.-Sale of n small lot at 52 per bbl.
Bacon.-Sales from store of 3010 lbs N. O. cured at 33
v cents per lb for hog round, In lots.
BALTIMORE, August ? -Cotton-The market was
?'less active to-day, though the stock offering is small
and holders firm at 33c for Low Middling, and 30c for
Coffee-Wo report sales to-day of 3C0 baga Bio at
17 ?/io gold, and we also hear cf 300 bags common at New
'York, for this market at 16 Kc gold. Block here In lui -
, porters' hands reduced to 7600 bags Bio.
Floue-There ia a good inquiry for new and fresh
. ground Supers and Extra. Bccelpts Irom the Weat and
of Howard street descriptions are very small, but of
City Milla thero ia a better supply, though several ol
the mills are only grinding out their present stock of
wheat preparatory to stopping, the supply of wheat be
.lug too small and price*, too high, compared with flour,
?to bs remunciatlve. We quote shipping brands of Ex
tra at $13 60 to (14; ?npoiR f lo to $10 26 per bbl. There
. was a salo yesterd.iy, bnt not before reported, of 300
bbls common Western (old) Super st $8 26. We repeat
Howard street Super and Out Extra.$9 76?$10 26
Howard street Mira Shipping.9 OOf? 13 SO
Howard street High Grades.....13 00? It N
Howard street family.14 60? 16 00
Ohio Super und (.ut Extra.none.
Ohio Extra Shipping. 9 00? 11 0*
Ohio Itetalling.1160? 13 M
Ohio Family.14 00? 14 6tJ
North weston Super.8 00? 9 36
Northw. eleni Extra.10 0u? 1. 5<J
-City Mills Super. 9 35? 10 26
Olly Mills ?hipping brands Extra.l8 60? 14 00
Baltimore, Welch's At Greenfield Family. .16 00? US ft?
.Baltimore high grade Extra.16 00? 00 00
Bye 1 lour-new.6 03? 6 76
Cora Mea,, Citv Mills und Brandy wine.... 4 76? 0? 0*
The lolloping are tho inspections of Flour and Meal
. In the city of Billimoro for tbe week ending August 2,
lbfJO. viz: Howard-street, liai bbis and- hslf bbl?;
.City Mills, BIM) '-lils and 81 half bbls; Ohio, 1031 bbls;
aud Family, 1189-lou? Wheat Flour, 13,740 bbl? and 81
half bbls. Together w ttb 37 bbls Bye Flour and 1302
bbls Corn Meal.
GitAiK -Wheat-900 bunhole white and 4000 bushels
red comprised UM offerings on 'C'.uu^o to-day; market
active, wuh sales of 360 bushels inferior white at $2 05;
no primo or choice ?>.? red; 135 bushels choice rod at
$2 80; 800 bushels good to prime do at $2 70 to $3 77,
andsover.il hundred bnshoU inferior to fair nt $2 35 to
$3 60. Com-2000 bushels white and 63..0 bushels yel
low recolvod; primo white .s scarce; 3500 bushels fair
and mixed sold at $1 07 to $1 08, nearly all at tho latter;
800 bushels fair yellow at 05c; 1250 bushels prl ? e r*o at
?8c; 2000 buslii la mixed do at Ole Oats-6000 bushels
new offered n .d mostly sold; includod were 1000 bush
els inferior un-l dan p at 36 t> 38o; 6000 bushels good to
prime at 43 to 44?., n suiall lot at 46o. Rye-2C0' bnshols
offored; small sales of Briton Pennsylvania at 05c; we
?quote for Maryland aud pennsylvania 90 to 86c per
Hat and Straw-The market is better for prime
'Timothy-, we quote good to primo baled 33 to $26; Byo
Straw 31 to $22 per ton.
Molasbeb- No sales reported; quotations same as yos
PnoviiiOHs-We continue to report an active demand
from the trade for both Bulk Meats and Bacon, and
prices tend npward. Included in the sales to-day were
10 illida clear sides atilde ; 30 bhda sidos with back
bone 20,'io; 80 hhds shoulders in lots at 18c, large lots
are saleablo at ll)ic; 26 tes Eli Johnson's sugar cured
bama, cauvassed, at 25J.C. Quoin Meas Pork held Arm
at $33 60 per bbl. Lard dull and nominal at 21c for
Olly, and 32o for Western in tes; Baltimore refined 23>?c
Petroleum.-Beflned is scarce and the market ad
vancing; quote New York prices to-day 41 to 45o in
bond; Crude 8c pee gallon.
Booar.-The onijr sale reported to-day was 3V) hhds
Porto nico, ex biig F W Wilson, st 12K<*; market un
changed, though qulit.
Seeds.-Nothing doing in Clover; retail lots quoted at
$7 60 to 8; Ti mo my l? arriving more freely, crop sala to
be good, and prices declining; a little lot sold to-day at
$0 60; largo lots would not bring over $6 60 to 0. Flax
wo still quote at $3 36 per bushel.
Whiskey-I? quiet; we quote Jibbing lots City at
$2 36, and Western a $3 ii. within tho past few days
there were Bales of 6t) bbls Country in lots at f x Si to
_ 24 per gallon.
/ New York Market.
The New York Journal of Commerce ol Saturday,
the 4th lnst., says:
Thero la but little activity in financial or commercial
circles Tlio -mount or turpins capital on tbo market
lb largely lu oxc? M of tho prt-aeut demand. Mo <y ia
froely offered ou acceptable collaterals at 4 to 6 por cent,
for cull loaue, atid upou Oovornuiout ?counties, in
large nunn, at . por ceut Tho best, commercial paper
la readily placed at S to 7 per cont. por annum dlscouut ;
C ner cou t bil? g tbo prevailing rato.
Gold ?nu nod this morning at HH1,. touched H7 \,
and after Blight fluctuations closed at 1477.
Bilvor Ib in limited request at 7 to 8 >, cents below tbo
nrlco of gold
Foreign Exchange is dull. Some leading b-inkors ns_
lOSforGodaye'storlin-hills, and 109>i lor short sight
do, bat tbo bo.t may oo bought at lower figuren.
We quote: Bills at 60 days on London IOC, to 107
for commercial; 107?, to _G8 for bankon?'; do at ehort
sight ion?; to 1Q9; ParlH at 00 da? s r> 25 to 6 17 .'. ; do at
short Bight 6 17?, too lu; Hamburg 3C to 37; Amster
dam 40 to 40>a; Fiankfort 42 to 42.. ; Bremen 71 to 70;
PrusBlan thaiere 71 to t_J_?
PltODUOE MAIIKT. r.
NEW YORK. Augum 3 -Bh.ea__t-.fs-The markot
for State and Westoru Flour U steady for sound low
grades, but dull and heavy tor inferior end high grades.
Tho eales aro C400 bbls at $0 ?Oin,7 40 for nupor?no
titatc; $0 75<if-8 20 for c ?mmon oxtr ' -tate; |8 ?.<S.9 60
for choleo do; $6 6"_>7 40 for Miper?uo Michigan, In
diana, Ohio, lows, ko., and $0 D?fcj,? M for extra do, in
cluding Bli i i pine; braid?? of rouud hoop Ohio at $8 0?
$9 60, and trade brands of do at $0 C5?11 tit); Hprlug
wheat St Louis at $0 7'i;_.ll, und winter do at $10 79?
14 76, closing ??utetly.
Supoilino Slato.$6 CO? 7 40
Extra -?tate.0 76? 9 60
Snpor Wemorn.6C0? 7 40
Eura Western.0 90? 8 60
Extra Ohio Bound Hoop.8 10? 9 CO
Extra Ohio Bound Hoop (trade).9 C5? 11 CU
Extra Gen oseo.? ..
Extra 8t. Lonls.9 70? 14 7G
Sotjtheun FLOun- Thero Is but little doing t?alcs
were m ad o of 28(1 boin at $9 40@10 90 for common, and
$11? 6 60 for oxtraand family br.inde.
Canadian F_oun-Is dull and nominal. Small lots
ohang ii hands at $? 23 io 9 7- for common, and $9 H J to
$i2 fi?r oxtra brands.
Wheat.-Tho market Is Inactive and tho pjorcr kinds
are in tho buyers" favor. The Bale- aro 10,700 bushels
at $1 60 for No 2 Ohlc.go, and $2 00 for choice whlto
Oats-Are in limited request. Prices aro easier.. We
?otice sales of 21,600 ha? ols at 43 to 45n for Chicago,
and 40 to 48 for Milwaukee; C1 to 63'?c for State, 62 to
66o for Iowa, 69 to Cue lor Jt-rsey, and 68o for Dolawaro.
Corn.-The market 1b fully ono cent lower, with .
moderato demand. The sales are 164,000 bushels at 70
to 80c for inferior, and 80 to 81c for sound mixed West
urn, closing at 80 to 83c for Illinois Uiver, and 90c for
choice Western yellow.
caudles - Thero is no very quotablo chance in the
market, although the tondoncy is rather more In buyers'
favor for adamantine; salon In small lot? at _I>_ to 2;lc.
Corf-Kii-There is a Mr demand, larc ely irom the
trade, at full prices. The eales are 6100 bags Bio, ox
Minna, 1004 bags ex South America, 2S00 bags Mara
caibo, 460 bags St Domingo on private ternis, and 226
bags Slngaporoat >9o gold.
-Oxton-The markot opened ?lull and heavily, bat
after tho roceipt of tho dispatch from Eurooo announc
ing tho algning of tho treaty of poaco and arise in the
cotton market in Liverpool, a good demand sprang up
for oxport and speculation. The market closes with an
upward tendoncy. The Balea aro 1870 bales. Wo qnote
Upland. Florid*. Mobile, andloxas.
Good Ordinary. .31 to 32 32 to 33 32 to 33 S3 to 34
Low Middling...33 to 34 34 to 35 34 to 35 35 to 30
Middling.SO to 37 37 to 38 3'to 38 3? to 39
Oood Middling..40 to 41 40 to 41 41 to 42 42 to 43
Fruits-There has been a very qulot markot the past
week, without any decided change in prices Balslns
aro Belling nt $4 25 to 4 .0; currants 10c, gold; Turkish
prunes 13>,c; Ivloa almonds 3tlo; LangueaUo almonds
telling at 37c; dried apples will command 16 to 18c-the
latter price for State. By auction, 4617 boxes lemons
bold at $ 1 6.. to 5.
Oonniks-Are unchanged; cloth continuea moderately
active, and the sales are 300 balee in Boston at 33c, and
80 bales here on private terms; bags hold at 23o in Bos
Hay-Thora appears to bo an Insufficient supply of
prime old, and choice lots sell as high as $110; ship
ping qualities meat with a moderate inquiry at 70 to 76c.
Iaov-Wo mako no change In tha general features of
the market; a Balo of 100 tous Olongarnock, received per
steamer, waa made on priva-o terms, but rumored at
$40. Former quotations are gouerally quoted
LiaTiir-n-Tho market for hemlock is quite activo,
and as the stock 1b being reduced owing to ibo light re
ceipts, prices aro maintained with much firmness. Oak
la ?J d . mand at unchanged rates. The offerings of de
sir ?ble grades aro small.
Moi_l-8?B-There Is a fair demand from the refiners at
about form or rates. Wo not leo sales of 700 h lids, 28 tes
and - bbls Muscovado, part at 41 to 65o.
Naval _to?_b-There Is no change In the genoral fila
tures of tho market. Spirits tu pcntlne, with papers,
selling at 76 to 76c, and 7ic without papers. Bosius
Common meets with a fatr inquiry, but the other grades
are quite inactive; sales foot np 700 b'ils, Including
common, at $3 25; Opaque and No 2 $3 37 X to $4 60;
No I at M to $6 76, and extra palo at $7 60 to $8
Phovtsiok .-Pork-The market is dull, heavy and
declinlug. ; taits were made of 6800 bbls at 31 31 to $31
C2 for mess, cash and regular way, closing at $3137;
29 60 to S30 for 'C4 to '66 mesa, and 27 to $27 75 for
prime. Also, lor i nture delivery, 2600 bbls mess for
AagiiFt, September and October, a. o. and b. o., at 31 60
nu ki--There i? no change in tbe market. Wo note
sales of 350 bbls at 16 to $20 for plain Western mess,
and 20 60 to $24 60 for extra moss.
Bbbf Hams-Are entirely nominal.
Bacon bissa-We do not learn of any aalos of mo
Out Heats-Holders are firm in their views. The
.aloa aro 276 pkgs at 19V to _i for hami in sweet pickle,
and 16 to 16 *_ for shoulders in do.
Lam?)-!s firmly hold, with however but little in
quiry. Sales were made of 300 tea and bbls at l8 to
193.0 for Ho 1 to kettle rendered city, and 20 to 21o for
B?Tr_m.-There Is a lit ti o batt- foaling in choice
grades of State in Weloh tnbsand ?rkins, in consequence
of the advance of Orange county paila to 60c The re
ceipt- are light, but enough to aupply the limited de
?sand, which la confined to the local trade and a few of
tha neighboring eitle?. Oholca marks of Western are In
boh?o request, but the stock of Western ol all grades Is
too large to admit any improvement in price. We quote
State In Welch tubs and firkins at 80 to 41c, the latter
price for amall lots, and Western at 25 to 32c.
-Hesse.-The markot la a shade more active to-day,
bnt prlcea are. yet strongly In tbo buyers favor; there is
a good mock on hand, and in one order. The ??los are
mainly to shippers, and are at l8 to ice for dairy, and
17>i to 18>_o ?or factory, the latter price for desirable
slzea and fine quality.
Uioe-We do not learn of any change in the market
Sales bave been made in lota at 300 bags hangoon at
9?, to iOo.
SAX,!?-There la no change in the market. We co
ttee sales of 26,000 bushels Turk's Island at 51 J,o. 4
Booau-The market for raw is moderately active, but
at reduced rates. We quota fair to good r? lining at 10..
to 10?.c; strictly goon at lOJic. 1 bo sales ato largely
to refluera, and iucludo 950 buds Cuba, part at 103. to
Ile; 60 bhda Porto Bioo at i'/3;c: 10 libas lank Bottoms
at 7c, and 622 boxes at 10?, to li ?_c There is a fair
call for refined at unchanged ratea. Wo quote.soft y el
low at 14 to 163_c; soft whit- at l61, to 16c, and crushed,
powdered and granulated at 167.0.
Tallow-Tho markot U dull; the sales include90,000
lbs at 12 to 13 j_c.
T-AB-Thero is a light inquiry for greens, bnt Oolong
qualities ure in bettor rcquo t. bales 2170 hall ohest
Oolongs and 869 do greens from first banda.
Tin.-Pig la quiet at about former prices; Straits at
123*0; plates aro in better request, though at previous
figures; salea 1000 boxes li X charcoal at $10, gold, and
300 boxes coke at $7 12),; gold.
Iof.xaou.-The market shows moro activity; salos 678
package? Kentucky at 33. to ice; 170 cases seed loaf at
6 IO IOo.
WHimE-.-The market still remains dull and nomi
F-Eioure- o Liverpool, 76.000 bushels ccrn at 43.
to 4?. ti; ir.u bbls Flour al 1b 3d; and per steamer, 3o,000
-Liv-non private terms; 28,uOd bushels corn at 6d; 30
tens oil coko at 12* Cd. To London, 14 OOu bushels cora
at 4>.<1. Bark to Cork for ordere at 4s 9d.
[Correspondence of the Journal of Commerce.]
HAVANA, J lily 26 -State of our sugar market without
any important change since my report of the 14?h; tho
demand fair for tho season, i'rlcee for whites throu.h
at $6?. to 7 per 100 lbs; yellows. Nos 13 to 20 at $3?; to
53. do; browns, Nos 11 to 13 al $33. to 8*.d.;oucu
rucbos, Noa 6 to 10 at $3 to 3 1-lG ; muecovadoea-sales
of fair to good refining at $3 l-l ti do bhlpped during
the vvoek, heneo and from Matanzas, _6,o8t bxs, 691
hilda; of which, for Boston 432bxe, 420hhds ; llaltimoro
69T bxs; New Orleans 2955 bxs. Stock in both ports
393.330 bxs. 7760 libele.
Mo-ar-Es-We hear of no transact iona; for clayed 6
rials per keg, and 7 to 73. do for muscovado
Fbeiobts-Very dull. Chartered for New York, Am
sehr Menawa (via Bagua), sugar at $6 per hbd; P?-nsa
cols, sehr Lovett Peak, to load lumber at $12 por M feot;
Brazos, seh United States, on private terms.
Exohanoes-Loudon, CO days sight, 19 to 10>? prem;
Paris do do, 6 to (j., prem; United States cm ron ey 24 to
36 die; American gold 6 prem.
eunilnntli par AOntll ?.strnltna- li ft 11 ron (I,
Auga.t 5 and O.
62 bales Cotton. 185 sacks Flour, l8 bales Tarn, l8
bbls Sp tri ?a and 71 bbls Crude Turpentine, f 5 bbls Bosjn,
1 oar Oak Lumber, Old -ron, Purni tu re, and foundries,
T?> Oruber k Martin. Wllllo As Obleolm, N E B B Co, M
Ooldntnith k Co, E W Petit, J W Brown k Co, J N Bob
son, E N Faller, D D Utsey. . Mattbiessen, Oamoron,
Barkley k Co, W P Dowling, Gibbes _ Oo, Hanaher k
Warley, E J Dawson k Co. G U Walter & Co, A Bobin
son k Oo, R Arnold Jk Co. B H Barden, J W Harrington,
H L P Mccormick, A Mci. ish, G O Heyw rd. It U Bod.
gera k Co, P lusbinet, 0 W WhiUcmoro, Son k Oo, W
Lobby, J Kline.
rnAriF.fi or the koon.
Last Q. 3d, lh. 57iu. oven. I First Q. 18th, 8h.C0m.morn ?
NewM. 10th, Oil. 10m. morn| ?nil M. 25th, 10b. 3m. even
ms-8. | BETS.
Hiindav.....! 6 23
1.-32 | 4.. S
G..40 I 8.. 5
POUT OF CHARLESTON.
Ai-rt-eil Ytalcnlnr- iAUOUST Oj
Br bark Fila Adcllo. Alexandria, Balt'more, 9 days.
Ballast. To H F Baker k <'o.
Behr David Faust. Lord. Philadelphia, 13 days. Coal I
and Mdze. To n F Baker k Co, J M Eason tt Bro, 8 D
Childs & Co, Bhophcrd. Due k Co, W W .Smith, Willis k
Chisolm, Graesor k Smith, Pratt k Wilson Bros, Wer
ner .*v Ducker, M Kennedy, O F Pauk? in, H Klatte etc I
Cn, J Cantwell, D Paul k Co. J & F Dawson, Uoltmanu
Bros, Stenhouse k (Jo, J King, Wulirmann _ I.Illi.-ii. hal,
W Itoach. C N Averlll k Sou, H J Kod,;ern, Ravenol k
Co. OstendorlT k Co, <. W Steffens ?V Co. II liordts k Co,
S C R It company. King A- Cassld?-y. B O'Neill,! Ml
Cater. S II M Graham. J Surdall, Killick, Wlckenlmrg Ai
Co, Gramatiu & S?-Uwacko U T Peake, Cameron, ltark
loy & Co. Smith fc Tower, L Chapin, II F Btrohccker,
Cleared Ycstcrda>. (Auooirr Bl
Brig James Baker, Thompson, Philadelphia-H F Baker
Krnm tilla Port.
Steamship I" B Sonder, Lockwood, New York, August 6.
Up for tills Fort.
Steamship E C Knight, Hollins, at Baltimore, to leavo |
Sehr Lilla, Day, at Now York, August 4.
Cloaretl for this Port.
Behr ?LB Wales, Moslandor. at Philadelphia, August 3.
Behr Swan, Mitchell, at Baltimore, August 2.
JOHN S. RIGGS,
Beal Estate, stock Broker, Auctioneer
OPFIO 33 =
Northwest Cor. of Broad and East Bay.
Angust 3 _^^
MACBETH & BAVENEL,
BISKS TAKEN UPON THE MOST LIBERAL
OFFICK- STATE BANK, SOUTHWEST CORNER OF |
B'lOAD BTBEET AND EAST BAY.
J. BAVENEL MACBETH.DANIEL BAVENEL, Jb.
LIFE LIME AGENCY.
TUPPER & LANE,
IN PLANTERS' <? MECLTANICS' BANK RUILDING.
No. 133 East Bay-street.
BEPBE8ENTINO THE FOLLOWING FIR8T-OLA8S
COMPANIES of tho highest responsibility, with Cash
Capitals ol ONE TO TWO MILLIONS OF DOLLARS
SECURITY INSURANCE COMPANY, OF NEW YORK.
PIKKSIX INSURANCE COMPANY. OF NEW YORK.
MANHATTAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW YORK.
INTERNATIONAL IN8URAN0E CO., OF NEW YORK.
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO., OF NEW -ORE
.WIIlOWS AND ORPHANS BENEFITLIFE
INSURANCE CO., OF NKIV YORK.
80UTHERN ACCIDENT INSURANCE COMPANY, OF
FIRE, MARINE and LIFE RISKS taken ?a low as any j
reliable Company, and Losses promptly paid at this
A. A. LANE.SAM'L Y. TUPPER.
June _6 tuthslmos
A* PEESH STOCK
USTo. 394 King-St.
THE SUBSCRIBER, AGENT
for Manufacturers of. and
Wholesale and Retail Deal
ers in. Ladies', Gent's, Hisses'.
Youth's and Children's Fine and
Medium Sewed and Pegged
B00T3 AND SHOES, has taken
Store No. 394 EINTG STREET,
where he will keep a large as
sortment of Goods, whioh will
he sold at the lowest possible
Our PINE GOODS we warrant
in every particular, equal to
custom-made goods, at about
half the cost.
Buy of the Manufacturers, and
save ONE PROFIT.
No. 394 KING ST.
SOLIOIT8 PATRONAGE IN THE FOLLOWING ME
CHANICAL WORKS, to wit: Repalra Weighing
Scales. Letter Presaos, Printing Presses? makes and re
pairs Hoiatlnix Machines for Stores; makes til kinds ol
Wrought and Steel Ploughs, with or without stocks. Also,
a general run of BLACKSMITH WORK; also Wheel
wright Work in general. AROH'D McLKISH,
Mu .-J tuthsfliro? Ni. 4 Cnmherland street.
MOSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
NOS. 4? AND 48 VENDUE RANGE,
WHOLE-ALE DEALERS IN ISON, METALS,WOOL,
Hides, Bees Wax, Cotton and Naval Stores.
Will pay the hUhnat cash prlre for any or tho abOTe
artlclos. Keep oonst-otly ou hand as assortment of
, IRON for Illacksmllho' uro. Also, ROPE. BAO'liNO
| AND TWINE. tathaSmoi July 24
A COMPLETE ASS'
No. 422 I
THE MOS - INVALUABLE REMEDY FOB THF PER
MANENT CUBE OF
FOB THE OEBTArN AND SPEEDY CUBE OF
Arising from a debilitated state of the Stomach or Livor
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANTS OF OUB
and take none other, and you will not be disappointed.
The trade supplied on tho most liberal terms by ?the
Proprlotor and Manufacturer,
C. P. PANKNIN,
HO. 123 MEET-NO 8TBHE-,
Charleston, S. O.
tyar PLEASE obsebve the fao simile of the
PBOBPIETOB'S SIONATUBE ON THE OUTBIDE
Also for sole at
0). W. AIMAB,
Da. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON k BLAOKMAN.
B. H. KHLLEBS k CO.
And by Druggists generally.
No. 238 King-street.
PRATT & WILSON BROTHERS,
_N"o. 238 King-street,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PBATT, ) S. W. WILSON, f P. B. WILSON,
ObemiBtto late j Graduate of
O. S. Nitre and J Phils. College
Mining Bu- ' \ of Pharmacy, ta
rean. Chesntst to late
I 0 S Ord. Dep't
The Proprietors are Nittlre Georgians.
HURLEY'S POPUL?R WORM CAM
IS A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS.
IN PALATABLE FORM, AND WABRANTBD TO OUR*
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
Mo. 238 KINQ-3TBEET, OHABLBSTON, S. 0.
FOR CHILLS AND FEVER!
4 X70- THE BEST.
HURLEY'S AGUE TONIC
NEVER FAILS -ALWAYS TO BE DEPENDED
upon-nothing more reliable than HURLEY'S
Will caro Anne and Fever, Chills and Fever, Intonnlt
tent Fever, Dumb Ague. Every person who has tried
Hurley's Tonto speaks In high terms of It. As s curative
agent It Is tutsnry-ssed, and moro certain than qnlnlne.
No bad results from nsing Hurley'a Tonto. Everybody
should ase Hurley's Ague Tonto.
PBATT St WIL80N BROS.,
No. 338 KINa-STBEBT, CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Jane 19 tuths
THE SUBSCRIBER HAVING BETUBNED TO LHB
City, will contact for aU kinds of UOUHE-DULLD
INO AND REPAIRING. W. H. _aU7EB,
Ji at Dawso- k B_o__A_'a, No* 17 Broad .tre-U
ORTMENT OF THE
IIC & COHEN'S,
KENTUCKY STATE LOTTORY,
Drawn Daily at Covingion, Ky.
MURRAY, EDDY & CO, MANAGERS.
Ticket* from SI lo .$30.
C1IRCCLAHS BEST FIIEK OK CHARGE ORDERS
/ for TIOKKTS lu ti,?- ft?) -vo LOTTERY promptly at
tended to. Drawiaan mB?ed um ?ann s tim Lottery la
drawn. Havana Plu I jittery- 3U.0UU Tickets; ?95
prizes. Capitil p.izc, til .,?.?). Draws the 15th and
"list Of i?:i -.li moil til. A'l.lr. ?? ;
U. T. PETERS.
Uuitcil HtntcH LioNMwd Aijont,
No. M naFfl Hirui-t, or Kuy ll<ix .r>2, P?stof?co.
July 20 _______ ?mo
DR8. RAOUL & LYNAH
HAVE RECENTLY RE?"EIVI?D A I.AItOESTOCK OP
DIIU08, SOAP, PER l< UM ER Y AND PROPRIE
TAlty ANO FANCY AKTldLtS, ?".loll tboy offer at
Wholesale and Kulali. They would call apodal atten
tion to the followiug :
Flax 8ocd (ground)
Medicine Chests (PlantalVn)
Medicine Chests (ship use)
E. H KELLERS & CO..
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOK rvouTII OP IIIARKBT,
WOULD INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT THEY HAVE
on hand a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES,
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, 80AP3, BRUSHES, PER
FUMERY and FANOY GOODS, and aro preparod to
supply physicians and private families at cheapeat mar?
E. H. KELLERS, M. D.H. BAER, M. D.
OLD SOUTIIBRN DRUG MSB.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN k CO.,
DIRECT IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEAL
CHOICE DRUGS, CHEMICALS, OHEMIOAL RE
AGENTS, FLUiD EXTRACTS, GLASSWARE, PAINTS,
WILL KEEP CONSTANTLY ON HAND A COM
PLETE assortment of the above, together with
.11 the moat approved
Which tboy offer to the City and Country Trade at low
?. eat prices.
Merchants, Physicians aud Planters can depeod on
having their orders filled with accuracy and dispatch.
We shall keep no GOOD ) In our ESTABLISHMENT ttrat
-re cannot warrant tho quality of.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN if CO.,
No. 153 MEETING-ST..
OPPOSITE CHARIESTON HOTEL.
GEORGE O. GOODRICH. I PHILIP WINEMAN.
August 1_^^^^ _?.too
THE OLD STERLING REMEDY
GENUINE COLLETON BITTERS
THESE BITTERS ARB PURELY A VE?ETABLB
COMPOUND, and are offered to the public under the
fula et conviction tliat ihey will be found a safo and sot
erelgn REMEDY FOR LYdPEPS'A.
They havo been triumphantly tested by numerous
families and Physicians Id the South, who hsve fun_ah
ed ample tcati?_ony as to their decided excellence.
MRS. JENKINS* COLLETON BITTER8I
Cures Nervons Headae-a.
MRS. JENKINS* COLLETON BIT'IE'ISI
BtrenntV ona the Digestive Organs.
MRS. JENKIN?' COLLEIOM MIXERS I
Kt'mulatos a Torpid Liver.
MRS, JENKINS* COLLETON BITTERS!
correct" ?Xcl'llty of the St3_.acl_
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON HITTERS I
Oreatcs a Good Appetite.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON B1TTER81 .
Curea DyapopsU In its most aggravated form.
MHB. JENKINS* COLLETON BITTERB1
Rejuvenates Old Aga.
MRS JENKIN8* COLLETON BITT?RSI
Axe truly called "Tho Peoplo'a Medicine."
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGOI8T8.
FOR SALE AY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DHUGOIST8.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRDGGI8T8.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGIST-.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWA iE Ol' AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE O** AN IMITA1ION.
tfnT Tho TRADE will be supplied ou LIBERA
All order?* should bo addressed to
Wfil. ?. SERINE. Iff. D"
FAMILY MEDICINE WASHHOUSE,
No. MO King street,
Manufacturer and Solo Agent for Mrs. Jenkfua.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of EPPING'8 COM
POUND FLUID EX i HaCJT SARSAPARILLA ANV
(?Ut EN'S DELIGHT, the beat known remedy for Scro
fula and Eruptions of tbo bkl .. heoonioaended espe
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of t.e System.
A UAH -A U*_*VTS _____ -?Ta-U TO
?eli a new \ao -o_darl*al SHWING HAC
?he only o ioap >re ilceruacd. AdareaaBHAV??!?