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TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST H, 1866.
CH )MM hilUJlAL..
?BOSTON-Per sobr T J Wilder-360 bMs Rosin 6 bales
Cotton, IM bills Turpentine, 400 tons Old Iron, &o.
BALTlMOBE-fer sehr Robert Healey-76OOO feet
pitch Pine Lumber.Per sehr O voca- 70,BOO
feet Pitch Fine Lumber.
Tlae Charleston Cottou Market.
There was some demand yesterday, a>:d with some
. relaxation of price on the part of holders, some 80
hales were sold at about fha following quotations :
strict Midd1 Jug 81, Middling 2S to 29, and eome inferior
--Cotton at 2tc. per lb. There was but little offering.
MOBILE, August 10 - COTTON.- The receipts for the
past week sum np 815 bales, vus: from tue Alabama
Elver 246 bajes, from the Tombixbee 9, tVom the War?
rior -, and by raibuad 661. The exports for the sam?
time amounted to I860 bales, viz : to New york 677
bales, to Boston 646. ?nd 27 bales to- New orleans.
At the oloBe of our laut weekly review we reported
sales for the day of 160 bales, on a basts of 3J to - tor
SATUBDA? -There were 700 bales sold, a good portion
Of which were resold an t has be<n previously reportei,
the balance Wai- repacked and of the lower grades. The
market close? dull. Middling 32 to -.
MONJJAT-260 bales ol re-packed and poor cottons were
.old today at unchanged prices.
T??BbA?-1 b< re seemed to be but little demand for
legitimate', cottons-I6? biles, most of whioh was re?
packed and uiixed cottons, comprised the traneactions
to day. Market closed dull and ueodning ; prices nomi
' WBDNBSDAT-There was no demand to-day, only 60
bales of re-packed cottons were sold, prices irregular.
TH?BSDAT-The demand to-day was principally for
the lower grac os. Sales 160 bales, on a basib of 30 to 31c.
FBIDAT-There were 200 bales sold to-day. Nothing
.desirable offering. Poorer qualities offering freely at
relatively lower than quotations. The day's trahsac
..tieas were at the lo lowing rates:
. Good Ordinary..24 @85
, Low Middling.28 @
v Middling........o? ?se
OOWTOH STATEMENT-POBT OP MOBILE
.?Stock on hand le , September, 1866.bales. .24,290
"(Received this week. 815
/Exported this week. 1,050
iBuxnt and lost. 6.307
? Stock ea hand and on shipboard not oleared.... 32,333
FBHOBtrs.- Foreign-There is som? little ecttea,
geing forward to Liverpool at V,d; nothiag ta Baw?.
Coastwise-The offerings have been fair, ?nd two barks
haye engaged for Bi eton at"%o, whioh is the rate by
sall to New York; by steamer to New York Che rate is
, ' Memphis Market.
MEMPHIS; August 10.-COTTON.-The market yes
?tterday opened dull and heavy,'and continued flat during
the day. Holdeis and buyers w?re wide apart in their :
.views. Buyers were wauling in oonfldenoe to concede
to holders' prices, while holders were asking from one
to two cents above buyers' terms. The depresuon and
unsettled condition of the New York and Liverpool
markets has had a depressing effect on our market, The
sales during the day were small, and consisted of a few
?Utsrdolots. Middling 33>?o. and'Bright Middling at
la. taxes paid; Low Middling at 81% to 32tfe. The
New York despatches report the market duH and ua
efctanged at ss to 37o.
Ordinaryi....'......27 ?28 ,
Good Ordinary. 2? ?60 _
Low Middling.31 ?3i
Btriot Middling.35 ?86
Good Middling.37 @33
. Baltimore Market. j
BALTIMORE, August 10.-COFFEE.-The market is
"Arm and demand active. Sales ot 74 bags Bio at 19Mo,
gold; 78 do. at W?o do; lSu do at 19o:.fl79 do at 173?a;
e?d-8CO db on privat terms. ffe continue te ?vete cho?
rante for Bio as to quality, from 16M to 20c; Laguayra
TtS t? 10c, and Java 26 to 29c, gold.
OOOTOH.- fhe market continues dull and laaettre,
ansi we sote a still further decline. We quote Ord in a
WilSc; Good do30o;Lew Middling 31?, an? MlMdUng
Bplands 34c per ib.
. FLOTO,-The market ooatinuos firm, with a goad in?
quiry, and holden of good brands of super and Extra
were asking higher rates. The sales inoiude 200 bble
Howard-street Super at $10, and 800 bbls extra do at
$1150 to $12. City Mills Super is held at $10.25 to
to $19 60 per bbl, und millers are indisposed to make
'.mnsactioas except at full rates. We quote:
Howard street Super and Out Extra..$. 5%Bft9 09
Howard street Shipping Extra.12 0% 18 00
Howard street family.14 00? 14 60
??hi o?8 up er. 9 00? ? 75
.aid Extra.*..'...ll 00? 12 00
ailie Family...........13 Ot? 14 10
orihwastern Super.8 Oh? 9 50
Oh loago Extra, choice.10 00? 1$ 60
City Mills Super.10 00? 10 25
Standard brands Extra.ll 26? ll 60
Standard Shipping brands.13 76? 14 00
Hljh grjdes. for the trade.15 00? 00 00
Family, each as Ashland, Greenfield, Be
servolr and Patapsco.10 00? 00 00
37e Flour-now. 5 60? 0 00
ern Meal. Oitv Mills. 4 76? 6 oe
!Phe following are the inspections of ' Floor aa! M*at
ia the cuy of Baltimore for the week ending Aaaajt 0,
1866, viz,: H ward street, 1531 bbb. and IO haff Bbl?;'
City MiUs, 7614 bbls and 200 balf bbls; Ohio, 22*4 bbls,
and Family 1061 bbls-total Who-t Fiour 12,493 bbls
and'200 half bbls. Together with 115 bbls Bye Flour,
and 1691-bbls Oom Meal
GnAiN.-The market opened firm and strong to-day,
with an increased demand for both Wheat a?d S ?en.
The offering* foot up 10,600 bushels Wheat, ?000 de
'Corn, and 6000 do Oats; ab of which were readily sold
at $84o 3 05 for choice white Wbeat, $2 75 to 2 90 for
food to priiue do; $2 30 to 2 50 for oouwuoute fa* do;
2 78 to 282 for choice red; $2 55 to 2 70 fer good te
?rime, and $ 1 00 to 2 10 for common and inferior. Corn
.85 to 90 ots for yellow, $111 to 114 for prime white,
whieh is au advn oe of 3 to 4 otH.on the latter; We-ettr*
mixed may be quoted at 91 to 92 cts. Oats wena reny ac
tare at 44 to 46 cts. Sud Rye 90 to 9i ots p?r bushel.
MOLASSES.-There ia a better inquiry, aa? Mt? atasftej;
shows more strength. We quote Ouua usc?voie at
50 to 6O0 and En 'UKII Hand at 60 to 75c per gallon.
PaovisjoNS.-The demand for erdors from the tiade
aomttnueB fair, but for round lots tho markot ls very
-?,utet. We continue to quote Bacon Shoulders In job?
bing lots at ino, do Sides 21o. ana Hims ut 24' to 26o;
' Ji?? Shoulders " lOJ?o, do Sides at lS.'.i to !8)?e; Lard
?OM te 21c for City rendered un? 22c tor Western ia
bois and ires.
RBAOHES AND ArPLEs.-Salea to-day of 2080 boxes
Peaches at $3 to 4 6u per box. Wo quote Applos at $1 ?0
tao $8 per bbl. ?. <?
Il JOB.-A fair domnnerTrom the trade prevails and we
nete sales of Raugoou at 4 to 4,y<?, gold, in bend and
10 to lOfcc currency/duty paid; Carolina 12>3' to 13c per
SUOAB-The market ?B steady, with a moderately a".
?e demand; we note the salo of 89 hhds Porto Rico o?,
vate terms, and 45 hilda io ut 12 to 13 s,'uta we
. quote common to good refining at 1O to ll ch.' '
SEBBS-There is a *o:>a demand for limdthy; we noto
salee of good to strictly primo at tr, 60 to 0. Nothing
.doing hi Clover. lu small lots we note sales of FLx at
:$3 49?ie 3 43 per bu ?bel.
SALT-We note sales of Ground Alum to t?o taaee afr
$2 20 to 2 25, and Fi-e $:t 10 to 3 40 per sack ; Sink's
Island 60 cents per bushel.
WBXSKEY-Tuen* is more disposition tb trade, but the
merket IB s'ill dull and unsettled. Western ??V??w ?t
.$2 2?, and Country at 22 to 2 26 per gallon, with sate*?
.euBJ in small lots.
New York Market.
She Now York Journal of Commerce ot Saturday,
'the Ilthinst., says: '
The money market is a little more active. Capital is
lin better demand from soeculatlvo borro vers dut with
t?io large amount offering calli loans aro oasly obtained
OB miscellaneous collaterals at 4 to5 percent, and '
upen Government securities, In large sims at 3 per
~oent. Theru ?B no chance tu tho rance of d?soonmt for
baaness paper; the best names are taken at 6'to 7 ?er
>oeat. per annum. >
i??ld, nT'v at, U.Q-?io?0.uche? 148?. advanced to
lS?yB. fell back a?aln to 148)?, and closed at 3 e'clock af
?filver sella moderately at GM to 8 ce?t? bolew the
price of gold
Foreign eichmpe is somewhat unsettled. Lnaeiur.
kaiAers ask 108 for 60 days' sterling brMs and pVii fer
ekert sight do, but j;oMd bills havo been boet*t ot
lew,er Igurps. We quote: Bill* it 60 daysouLoedon
?K% to vi for commercial ; 107 !.( to lil? for bai ker?' .
d> at'?hert ?iuht 108^ to ?m?? l'arfs at 611 divra, 5'ie to
5?25; *o at .?hort sight r..2ei? to g 28; Aniwe??, 5 3? te
5.25; Swiss, 5.25 t? ?SI; iiamlw-.?, .&% u m\i . Aw- ' .
stsrdeaUO fo 40K; *v*nlitMil% te 42; Braawa;' Wk
te 77X; Prussian tWiari, 71M tolij?. ?
coriON HARK ur.
WsT?rW YORK, AuKtr.it 10-''OMON-Waa aaere aeMy*
?to* ap. lino erevijusiy natio?4. ^e eOKi katee <?Ji
SP? for Iiddimg Kplrada, unA 3S te S6^? fvr W&fii
4mmg ?ileane, 1
The f- Hawing ??Uiintioe ore iron? tue cu omar ol . u??i?
man A: Harmon- ;
Tue receipts of Cotton at the porta of tho United States
have b?en as follows: _ ,
Week ending July 31....
Previously since Sept ?, 1865.
From close of wur to Sept 1,1865.? 41G.000
Total SUDDIV .2,3111,400
The receipts.-expVrtsV and VtoVks at the principal
ports ot the United States, at the latest dates, were as
Sept. 1. Sept- 1. Stooks.
New York, Aug ?.861 OOO ?8,100 182,000
1W Oriel s AUK 4.. 744,900 740,100 .. 88 ?00
8 - ?8 600 410,200 32 900
?sten July 18 169 408 177.600 6. ?00
?avaTnah. ?ug 8..... 247,800 24?,900 10 400
cTaX? lugs.... 108,400 104,600 8.900
Total stooks. 27 ,400
fThe receipts and exports include coastwise ship?
men ta, except Now York exports, whioh embrace for
eiThe receipts at the ports for the week were as follows:
At New Orleaus H 700 bales; at Mobile 700 ba es; at Gal?
veston 300 baieB,-*t Savannah 1900 bales; at Charleston
400.nales; at New Y rk, by rall, &c, 800; not otherwise
included 30t>; total 6600 bales.
The exports *o foreign ports for the week were as fol?
lows: Fr'm New York-to Liverpool 2396 bales; to
Havre 460 eales; from New Orleans-to Liverp .ol 848 >
balefi; from Mobile-to Liverpool 935 bales. Total for?
eign export.7276 bales.
NEW YOBK, August 10 - BKEADSTUFFB-Tho market
for State and Western flour ia quite active at au dvai ce
of fiive to ten cents. The sales are 12.8U0 bbls at $5 60
to 7 20 for superflue State; $6 '0 to 8 16 for ci minon
extra State; $8 SO to 9 60 for choice do; $5 60 to 7 2? for
superflue Michigan. Indiana, Ohio Iowa, Ac, and $6 75 !
to 8 60 for extra do, Inducting brands ol round hoop
Ohio at $8 to 9* 40, and trade brands of do at $9 60 to ll
26; spring wheat St Louis at 9 76 to ll, and winter do at
$10 76 to 14 76, dosing firmly.
Superflue State....$5 60? 7 20il
Extra State. 6 79? 9 80 |
Super Western. fl 08? 7 f
Extra Western.6 7S@ 8 60
Extra Ohio Rotund Hoop.8 06? 9 49
Extra Ohio Bound Hoop (trade). 9 50? 1126
Extra ?eneBee. -@
Extra St. Loni?. 9 75@14 76
UOUTHEBN FL?DB-Bemalt? about the same. We no
tio e sale? or seo bbls at. f9 80 to 19 60 for common, and j
$10 70 to 15 for ex*ra and family branda.
CANADIAN FLOUR-There is none in the market.
BTE FLOUB-IS in better request at heavy rates.. We |
notice sales of 400 bbls at $5 to tT25.
CORN MEAL-There is a fair inquiry, srfea wore I
made of 7oo 'rbis at $4 75 for caloric, and $5 for Brandy?
wine, delivered. *
WHEAT-The market is duli and heavy for low grades,
but a ?tilo firmer for ohoice grades, of which the stock '
on hand is light- The sales are 21,300 bushels at $2 to
2 96 for new No 1 Milwaukee, and $2 80 for new amber
OATS-The market is irregular And unsettled. Prises
are, however, quite weak. Sales were made of 23,009
bthkels at 49 to 46o for ?hioago; 48 to 60 for Milwaukee;
85c for Iowa; 68o for Jersey, and 6<o for State.
COBH-There is a fair business doing, but at a decline
ef one cent The ?alosare 136,000 bushels at 80o for
hw? ri or, and 81 to 81,% for shipping Weste? mixed,
olosiug at 81c.
CANDLES-Extreme dullness continues the especial
feature of the market. The eales are wholly to toe job
bing trade at irregular prices. Adamantine-Whole
p?reels oan Joe purchased at-21 %o; sperm held at 40c for
common, and do patont at 60 to 65s.
COFFEE-There is a moderate jobbing trade, at un?
diminished figures. We notice Bales of 800 bags La
guayra at 19c, gold, ex ship; 6000 mats Java at 26o, gold,
both duty paid; and 600 bags St. Domingo, in bond for
export, on private te. ms.
FRUITS-Foreign dried moot with a moderate demand.
Fermer price* re-quoted. Raisins sell at firm prices;
salas 1606 boxos layers at $4 30 to 4 35; 6000 bushels
peanuts and loo cases eil ron eoldonpt; Turkish prunes
J8%c, gold The market for dried fruits has shown
Mere activity tho past week. New Southern dried ap
pies received- meet very fair sale at 17 to 20o; peaches
Beirut 17 to 20c ior unpeeled quarters; 22 to 2Co for do
halves, and 28 to 32c for neeled.
GUNKY BAQB,-There is more doing in tkis market at
our last quotations; sales 600 balea,at 23o.
GUNNY CLOTH.-The market is quite firm, with a fair
inquiry; sales, 300 bulos at 38% to tu '?c.
HEMP-Tho IftBt aale? of Manilla wa? made it 10 %o
90ld; au advance on this pries is in some m.M miens de
HIDES -ino market 1ft unchanged, tho high viaw* of
holders oneohdug oporutioi:?. Sales *ero in ?de of 3800
Buenos Ayres, 2? to 2(i Iba avo, oo private terj:?*; 5??
etty slaughter .tfltccr), 06 lbs ave, at Wie, and SOO so
oow, 48 Iba ave, at lOJfo outreney.
HOFS-Are in fair demand at full rates. We notice
?ales ef 05 bbls'at 15 to 66e for Amerloan, and 65 to 76c
for Belgian and Bavarian.
INDIGO.-Che jobbing trade have purchased la small
lets, including 2* cases Manilla, part af 90o gold. Yery
free sales from first hands ?ere consummated during
the week, but particulars are not reported.
IRON.-There is.no quotable ocange in the market; ?
very moderate demand ?B reported at former prices.
Sa'M induce 260 ton? Garthaherrie, in lots, from ship,
at $?7 to 48, American quoted a? $48 for No 1 and $46 fer
MocAssns-The market is quiet, but holders are not
wilting to make any conoesaion in price. Sales 60 hhds
mBIOSvato at 52 %c.
NAVAL STOBBS-There was no decided ebange noted
to-day. Spirits turpentine sold to the extent of li? bbl?,
all to arrive, at 67%c. Bosins' generally are quiet; we
quoto common at $3; sales of No 1 at $0 50, and pale
OILS-Linseed meets with a fair trade demand at
$180. Pish oils are held with confidence at prevleua
prices, as follows : Last salen of orado whale at $140;
bleaohed whale $160 to 1 66 ; erode sperm $2 76; lard is
in moderate request at firmer prises; *e quote at $169
te 165 fer summer, and $190 to $2 for winter,
PrgsmoMUM The market was moderately astlvo to?
day. Ttfie prices obtained show no particular okange.
Sales embrace 3600 bbis, inoludlng orud? at 26%o, and
standard white at 44c.
PROVISIONS,-Poak- The market is mora active, but
closed with pri?es rnhng in the bnyer's favor. We
notiee Bales of 9600 bbiB at $31 75 to 31 87% for meas,
cai* and regular way, closing at $31 81 regular; $J9 60
to $30 for '64 to '65 mess, and ?27 to 27 75 ter primo.
Also, for iuiure delivery. 5000 bbls'mess at $31 25, $3 i
to $33 12 b o, september; $81 26 s o, October; $28 25
s o, allHbe year, and $32 to 3i 12% b o, all the year.
. BZCF.-There is no ehange in tho market. Males wore
made of 30? bbls at $16 to $20 for plum Western Mess,
and $2Q 50 to $21 for extra do.
BV.PIF HAMS - Th?re are nono offering. Prices aro en?
BACON SIDES -The market is unchanged, the inquiry
very limited, and ne stock except a Itt e ice cured.
CU? MKATS.-HoIdorB are ?rntf'lu their views. Wo
notice sales of 276 pekga at 20 to 22c for hams in sweet
pioMo, and.16 to 1G% for shoulders in do.
LJRD.- There/s a moderate inquiry at about former
rates. The sales are 340 tes and bbls at 10 to 20 %o for
No 1 to kettlo rendered city, and 20% to 21%c for
BUTTE?-The market is about the same. Prime grades
are scaVce, and being in demand irom the local trade,
are firmly held. Common Western is plenty and prices
rule" heavily, Ohofco marks of Wes- ern are selling (roe.
ly at fall nales. We quoto State in Wehm tubs at 36 to
42c; ia firkins at 42 to 44c. ' Wi-torn at 25 to 34o.
CHEESE-There ia a, good demand, particularly for
nue factory for export, and wbon real1,;: primo lots uro
shown an advance price is paid, ibo stock ls quito
reduced. Wo quote dairy at 10 to ITc, and fnctory at
17% to Wo.
Moss..?...$29 60 @30 00
Now Mess, at 75 @31 87
Prime. 2700 @27 75
-Prlsao Mesa- @
New Plain. 10 00 @20 00
New Extra. 20 50 @24u?
Primo Mess- @_
RICE-There ie a modorato inquiry at former rates.
Wo notice sales of 600 ba?s llangoon at 6%c, gold, elutff
RALT-The market remains about the tamo. Fair
sales from store.
REED-The last sales of linseed wero made at $2 07%.
gold, for a parcel to arrive, and $2 40, gold, in bond
particulars noted a day or two back.. '
SOAP-There has been more domand for Oaatilo at
easier prices-, Bales embrace 600 boxes ut 18 ?ic
BSuoAB-The masket for raw is active at prices ruling
t??^naATOr,i We S,10te i,ir t" good refining at
10% tol0%e. The eales are 2750 hhda Cuba at 9^ to 14c
ISO hhds fc,u?liBh Inland on private t-r.ria; 250 uoxe?
Havanaatl2%tol3%c;3920 ba** Manilla at 10c, .and
"63?0 baas Pernambuco on private terms. There ia an
aetivo demafad fair refined at fall ngnr- a. We ouoto
'soft yellow at 13% to I6%e; soft white at 164 to
l?%e, and crushed, powdered and granulated at 16% to
TALLOW-ls ?carce, and held at firmer rates Hales
were inline of 94,000 lbs'atto \? io U%c.
STEAMKE-Bernama about the same with solea
anaodi* mg to 29,000 lbs at 20 to 22%-c.
G?SAS^S -There la a good bu ai m.-s a doing. The sales
are S-t Ben lbs at i8% to m?c.
'?AS-W e notice Balee of 28*0 half cheats Japaas atrdj
lf;#ft oe otiipng, both pfincels fronTseoon* h???v ' tphiw
?jaaiwH fe?-'?NH deseripikms continues firm; onions are'
lr.se aetivn at t-.e moment; the eales et green are ksan
gfeptto ejualKles meet wit* mose duoeoud, at iteouver
T.w-Pig is %>*iot. Shraite, 19%'c. ?old; Panca, 2??e
ay.kich. 30c. .old. Plates-Cliaruoal ..rc lt mit
}lrt?. h.N a; $H0 26 ge-ldV.cake, tenn? $7 12.?i, gm?'. '
Vaanjaar-la aomiuot-y ivn?haiiXfd
wwaawi-ge Mvorptoi-20 to IHM?? at 17a s??
Hams ft lb 20 @ 22
Shoulders. 16%? 10%
Western .. 25 @ 34
ytatedairj- 35 @ 44
primo.... 10 @ 1?
Laid. 19 @ 21%
H.iiiiO misUe<8 onr.M nu priva t terms; im I pi-r n uui..r
500 bates cot'on at }?? ti) 6 -16d, sud 100? boxes ch ese
on pmato terms. To London 50 nhds tobacco at 22s 6d.
S<ock of Coffee.
The following will show the stock of Bio Coffee on
hand at the latest dates at the named:
Baltimore, bags. 7,700
/ Philadelphia, nags. 4,000
New York-, bags.79,268
COTTON ON HAND
The following will s><ow the stu . k of cotton on hand at
the varions ports at the latest dates:
New Orleans, August 6. 83,114
Mobile, " 3 . 32,868
Savannah, July 20. 10 800
Charleston, " 26. 4.163
Florida, June 13..... 1,362
Texas, July 27. 6,802
New York. " 97.13 .000
Other Porte, " 24 estimated.... 40,000
The receipts at all the ports, as compared with 1860,
give ?he folio * ina; result: ^
Charleston. 229 840
North Carolina. 16,838-1,688,283 1
New York. 139,415
Texas. 26,444- 204,926 I
Total decrease.1,434,067 i
The exports foreign, compared with 1860, exhibit a
Decreaee-To Great Britain. 956.722 I
To France. 363.333
To other foreign ports. 293,686 1
Total deorease. 1,608 741
To domestic ports the exports are 74,096 bales more I
than in I860, and the stock on hand at all the porte
shows an increase, compared with 1860, of 261,724 bales, j
THE CHARLESTON POSTOFFICE.
The mails close at the Charleston Postomce as fol?
FOB SOUTH GA?OI4NA BAtLBOAD BOUTE
Columbia, Augusta, Savannah and Southern
and Western Connections, daily at... 6 A. M.
FOB NOHTHEASTERN BA&BOAD COHNKOTIONS
Wilmington, Bichmond, Washington. New
iii-Ywrk. ?nd nit point? North and East, dally
?t.-.n A. M.
FOB OEOBOETOWN- -
Tuosday and Friday, ?tr.,.^........._6 A- M.
FOB POET BO?AL AND BBAUFOBT
Tuesday and Friday at.;. 6 A. M.
And at other times one hour before the
departure of Government transports.
At irregular times, but usually twice a week.
Office opens at 8 A. M. Clos- B at 7 P. M.
On Sundays, one hour, from 1 P. M. to 2 P. M.
Per steamship Flambeau, from New York-F Bitter-1
shor, Mrs J Malleroy. Mrs J Lyons, D G Qninley, James
Garrity, W V Mott, Frank Goodwin, Mrs W V Mott, I
Mrs-*H Adams, Oliver Hewitt, Capt Thos R Paine, C L
beacher, John L Sohuly, B F Appleby, Prof ? W T Rowe; |
F W CUaussan and wife, Earnest Caroyler, H Frenden?
berg and wife, Mr Tobin and wife, Mr Marah.
MARINE NEWS, : '
, PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Sunday. [AUOUST12 |
Steamship Flambeau, Chadwick, Neg? York-T
Hhursddy. Mdze. To A Getty & Co, Adams Express
Co, O N Averill k Son, Adams, Frost k Oo, I A Arm?
strong fe Co, JE Adger & Co, H Bischoff & Co, Blssell
Bros. Bart k Wirth, J B Bett*, W U Bee k Co, W T
Burge k Co, F Bernhardy, T W Bliss,- Brown k Byer, C
D Brake k Oo, T M Brlstoll H Oobla k Oo, J A Cook, J
W Oarmalt, W BT Ohafee, Cameron, Barkley k Co, WS
Corwin, T M Cater, L Ohapiii, Ohlaoun Bros, J Cantwell
k Oo/Cf W "Clink ? Co, J Oump&oh, J Commins, E J
Dawabn A Co, J?G Dawson, ll Daly, W n Kastor!?, G
W Eauan, Catharine ES-JAT, 1 L Falk & Co, Ii Foley, II
GordU k Co, Fr?B8r k Dill, F Goodwin, Goodrich, Wai
uoiunn k Co, Grubor k ?lart,!u, C L Gulllomln, W ?ur
f.Y. A A bitic'?Wlli, li vi O??l? a. a./, a ia ati.iu A? On, f<
aoKlstolu, J V Harrison ? Oo, V Hi>le.7, Uegemnn k Co,
Hastie, Calhoun * Oo, JKuriiamp, J S Hillyer, Bunt
Bros, W E Holmes, O Btewltt, A Illing, Jennings, Thom
I linsen * Co, H L Jeffers 4 Co, Kressel k Oo, King ic
OasBidey, Klatte k Co, 0 D Kenalng, Kanapaux ic La
laue, J * J D Kirkpatrick, HW Kinsman, L Keaeoke,
O Leilie. Laurey k Alexinder, LiUienthal A Co, B Lo?
pez G H Hustedt, O LRwugl, Lee k Bpencor, J B Mo
relio, I) McQueen, Mott k Co, McLoy k Rice, Me lobers
k Muller, J H Miller b Oo, T Murphy, H Meyer, J B
McBlhese, W Marsohe?, Kantoue k Oo, Muller k Nim?
itz, S R Marshall, Miller ? Stone, National Express, J O
Ojemann, D O'NelU"0 F Panknin, W F Paddon, Plan?
ter's Hotel, Pheonix Iron Works, J A Quackenbush, E H
Badgers, W Roach, Raoul k Lynab, J N Bobien, W P
Bussell, W Rabenstela, Fubourg, Oahn k Co, Southern
Express J B B Sloan, Stmuss, Yance? lc Oo, H atender,
J W Smith, G W Steffens, J Schirmer, L Schnell k Co,
Sheppard, Dnc lc Oohen, 0 O Trumbo, T Tupper k Son,
W G Trott, 1 oblas' Sons, Thompson k Bro, G W Wil?
liams k Co, Wuhrmann 4 Lillleuthal, Wagoner, Heath
sc Mousses, Werner k Ducker, H Weldon, H Weybmann,
Whit?, dc Mixer, J Wieter,Willis k Ohisolm, G Prince, G
W Aimar, A W Eckel, W A Bkrine, T M Oater, Street
Bros lc Oo, E H Bailey, MMoOomb k Co, W Rolling, J
O Seegers, A B, E J OUter, B k Co, Charleston Daily
Mews, P B Glass, J J Mc?rtor, L Chapman, J L John?
sen, J t Osborne, Campbili k Williams, Caspar k Barth,
B Johnsen, H Hams, A Qk Co, USS Department,
Cleared Yesterday LAuwsvlS
Stemship Lulu, Childs, Btltlmore-Street Bros k Co.
Hohr T J Wilder, Danah, Boston-M Goldsmith k Son.
Sehr Robert Healey, Dhon, Ba.tlmore-?Jtreet Bros k
Sehr O voca, Mitchell, BalAm re-Street Bros k Oo.
Went to Sea Yesterday. [AUGUST 13
Steamship Lulu. Childs, Biltlmore.
Brit; Daniel Boone, Barker, Georgetown, S C. .
Sehr Coast Pilot, Goodall, New Haven, Conn,
'Sehr W L Springs, Westcott, Philndelphia.
Se.hr R Healey, Dixon, Baltimore.
Sehr T J Wilder, Danah, Bonton.
Sehr IS Tarbox, Pendletou, Fall ?iver, MSBS.
From tills Port. 7
Steamship Jehu Gibson, Reed, Baltimore, August li).
Up for tills Port.
Bohr Conservative, Davis, at New York, August ll,
Sailed for this Port.
Steamship E O Knight, Hollins, from Baltimore,
August ll. _
?1?OH AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIC OFFKHEB,
O loedger-s, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, ftc, con
tautly offhand, and made to order, and w,ifc any des
rippon of Itorting. Noue int the best workman employ.
?I ,and the best materials ?sod.
A peaetioal experience ef twew?y yea?? ia the abov*
ae, an? with ?so?lMeB uasurpasSwl, enable me te ww
BOOK BINDING AMD JO* PRINTIE
in a Hits branehee, wttii ne?v type, >>iw j.resaes, and
ivaatoi/oe stet er.oe?ed ia.tfcfc tttf. h ...yer's Masa?,
l*i?i, ?omita,- MeafeMMB. *'o., *o" eavhv cPand printed
o ertler, twaMfr ?eeefaAsc u
TW S IMA'. STOCK AND ?&iMMii?fcrS. ' I
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP THE
ABOVE NAMED GOODS
FOB S.AJLE AT
SHEPHEED, DUO & COHEN'S,
Julyi8 * N?. 4:22 King-street. .
E. H. KELLERS fr CO.,
(SUCCESSORS TO A. C. PHIN,)
APOTHECARIES AND DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING-ST.,
THIRD DOOR NORTH OF MARKET,
WOULD INFOBM THE PUBLIC THAT THE? HATE |
on hand a full assortment of DRUGS, MEDICINES
PROPRIETARY ARTICLES, SOAPS, BRUSHES, PER?
FUMERY and FANCY GOODS, and are prepared to
supply physicians and private families at cheapest mar?
E. H, KELLER8, M. D.H. BABB, M. D.
THE OL? STEELING REMEDY
THESE BITTERS ABB PURELY A VEGETABLE
I COMPOUND, and are offered to the ppblloT?nder the
I fullest conviction that they will be found a safe and soy
ereign REMEDY FOB DYSPEPSIA.
They have kian triumphantly tested by numeron?
familles and Physicians in the South, who have famish
ed ample testimony as to their decided excellence.
MES. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS !
Cures Nervous Headache
MRS. JENKIN8' COLLETON BllTERSI
I Strengthens tho Digestivo Organ?
MBS. JENKINS' COLLEI ON BITTERS I
' Stimulates a Torpid Liva
! MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Corrects Acidity of the Stomach.
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS !
Creates a Good Appetite
MBS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS I
Cures Dyspepsia in its most aggravated form.
MRS. JENKINS' COLLETON BITTERS!
.... ? . Bojuvou?tes Old Age ?
MBS. JENKINS* COLLETON BITTEBSI
Are truly oaUed "Tho People's Medi?me."
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOR SALE AY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB SAXE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
FOB SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
BEWARE Off AN IMITATIOSr.
HEW ABB OFA.*?" UlIT?TI?ir
lieWARK OF AN IMITATION;
BK WA'iE O^'AH IMlTATKftJ.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
BEWABB OF AN IMITATION.
BEWARE OF AN IMITATION.
%f The TRADE will be supplied on LIBERA
All orders should be addressed to
WI, A. SERINE, JU. D.,
FAMIBY MEDICINE WAREHOUSE,
No. 280 King s/reet,
Manufacturer and Sole Agent for Mrs. Jenkins.
Proprietor and Manufacturer of BPPING'S OOM.
POUND FLUID BX TRA OT SARSAPARILLA AND
'QUEEN'S DELIGHT, tho best known remedy for Scro?
fula and Fruitions ef the ttkiu. Recommended espe?
cially by Physicians for all Impurities of t tie System.
July 7 _fimo?
THE ASTONISHING SUCCESS. WHICH HAS AT?
TENDED this invaluable medicine proves it the
most perfect remedy ever discovered.. No language can
zonvey atn adequate idea of the immediate and almost,
miraculous change which it occasions to the debilitated
and shattered system. In fact, it stands unrivalled as s
remedy for the perfect cure of
.* Loss of Museular Energy,
. Inflammation or
Diseases of the
. Prostrate Gland,
Stone in che
And all Diseases or* lotions of the Bladder and Kid.
neys, and DropsioaVi < (lings existing in Men, Women,
FOB THOSE DI I PASES PECULIAR TO FEMALES
CONSTITUTION WATER IS A SOVEREIGN
These irregularities are the cause of frequently recur?
ring disease, and through neglect the seeds of more
grave and dangerous maladies are the result; and as
month after montn'passoB without an effort being made
to assist notare, the difficulty becomes chronic, the pa?
tient gradually loses her appetite, thc bowela'are con?
stipated, night sweats come on, and consumption final?
ly ends her career.
For sale by ?ll Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. GREGG & GO.,
MORGAN & ALLEN,
General Agents, No. 40 Cliff street, New York,
?SPARTAN BURG DISTRICT, S. C.
W. C. ANDER98N, PBOKBBETOR.
I?'mir OPEN* FOR TH 8 SEASON,
TE tl MS.
$8 60 per day, $Cf> per month.
A?a^^ inroad to SpartanbargO. H. Hacks from
?fatfh?t T 12
I THE MOST INVALUABLE REMED? FOR THF PEB>
MANENT CURE OF
FOR THE .CERTAIN AND SPEEDY GORE OF
Arising from a debilitated state of the Stomach er Liver
PECULIARLY ADAPTED TO THE WANCS OFOUB
j and take none o thor, and yon will not be disappointed.
; The trade supplied on the moat liberal terms by?th?
Proprietor and Manufacturer,
C. F. PANKNIN,
NO. 128 MEETING STREET
Charleston, 8. 0.
49- PLEASE OBSERVE THE'FAO SIMILE OF THE
PRJRPIETOB'S SIGNATURE ON THE OUTSIDE
Also for sale at
G. YT. AI MAR,
DB. P. M. COHEN,
DAWSON & BLACKMAN.
E. H. SEALERS & CO.
And by Druggists generally.
July 19_ ' Seres
No. 238 Sing-street*
PRAT! & WILSON BROTHERS,
No. 238 King-s; reeit,
FOURTH DOOR ABOVE MARKET-ST.,
Charleston, S. C.
N. A. PRATT,
I Chemist to late
C. 8. Nitre nud
s. w. wirres.
P. .>Bv WILSON,
G rfd na te ol
oftmh to ut?
0 KCidi Dept,
Tlie Proprietors are Native Georgians,
mmn POPULAR WEM CANDY
IS A SPECIFIC FOR WORMS."
IN PALATABLE Ft) RM, AND WARRANTHB 30 CUKE.
PRATT & WILSON BROS.,
No. 23 B Ki NO-STREET, CHARLESTON/* 8, 0.
FOR0HILLS AND FETER!
ir XTSB THE'BEST.
. HURLEY'S AGUE TOMC
%TEVER FAILS -?1. WA YS TO BE ^DEPENDED
JM upon-nothing more reliable tf??n HURLEY'S
. Will oure Ague and Fever, owns and Fever, Intermit?
tent Fever, Dumb Agme. Every perseu whe ihas tried
Hurley's Touic speaks ia high teran of it. ;..As a -curative
'agent it is unsurpassed, and more certaiu than quinine.
No bad ronults Irom using Hnriey'ii Tonie? Everybody
should uso Hurley's Aguo 'Duia.
PRATT & WIL8?M BROS.,
Ne. 238 KING-STREET. CHARLESTON, S. 0.
Jnnel9 KT? ?*ths
rE SUBSCRIBES'HATING M&TTJKSKD TO LHE
City, will contract tor all kinds of Sfc-BUILD.
TNG AND REPAIRING. W. H. GRtJVER,
y No. lA?Weuig'on.ii-Btreet?
Or at DAW80H * BLAomUtfa, No, 17 BWad^treet.