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Xc~aMcrow-~'Us an idle ? croud,
W?Mflll iV?f^g?VbrdeMrfl? these
O. . gol Uu?oW. mid-oma? be 'he field ;
if ltd na ooo*** J? uremia' air
t? Tbe.r pulpy fruitage yiMdL
WMleaecA today r&y ^plkdaaat bower.
Ana vioM d*A?*j*a ?
' I? His sreat hand I would abiJe,
W>o ftO* ?O ?kre^t hour wi lb bairn,
ind tnt-^ w.hatt'er bet??c,
? gXX BEAMISH CABLISXB.
The Moreraaat B?O?1B| Formidable
1 ' Th* London limes has the following ?orrea
jmoinnrin in reference to the Carlist movement
The dojobts I bad ot tb? existence of a wido
apread ' and dangerous plot in favor of Don
-Carlos SM much diminished. - Makio g allow?
ance ror th? exag?rations of partisan - journ?
als, I am h?wc^r1?oprHba,t ajast conspiracy
UPI aa cue*i der? bio number af non-commis
?ioned i'ffieers nf the one and ol special
, ?nm have been not ansuccessfuly tampered
J^Sfttotives tbat_&cj.nated them are rn tell i
l^8*ble. . The, late revojurion gave more promi
xierico than, ever ito' tba military, and it ie not
WMpM?rBi| men seem g so many, " ?bb, less
Iban SPyear afro, were their own equals, now
.snpenor officers, should grasp st (bis opportu?
nity for advisement in tho same manner.
Tbs army..and particularly the ol aaa ol stu-?
altern aod Tioc-commi? KO ced officers, though
os decidedly ht*"! tendencies, # not, ox at
??sjt was not, Republican. Seither eanthcy
eemagebend a Regency liko that of Gooers 1
^Serrano. They well understood its necessity
wheo Qoeen Iaajbeta wac a child, *Dd when her
mother adminrsiteri? the affairs of the kinpdom
te ber name; sod that of Espartero *hi:e the
Quain waff rmi xa her miroriry. : r ,
^aa^tttO^Ewlaod 1 'cannot say how murd*,,
It ia certain, too, that . here are some tbwfr
sands M baspartisane in ?arma in La Mam-hiT
th? fr^ ?M v*O2?8r fh^?
tb* town, to gear posses*ieO-of the citadel ot
l^ffi^ the Car
. sxjs ?-x'r-.-jc"' PVipjtt* ALITE. ?
V'6 it :. ... : I . -..
..eaUt/ui'.? (? i> ?-. i-.??! tda*,")?. otu: .. : .
PopmlrvUon of th- City "Tarni Oat to
Askdst ls Extricating the Batir. i l
x ysi'r adir. T/ai7/
A terrible accident occurted av Concord, N.
H., oo Friday last, the facts of which were as
* George A> Dow, of the . firm ol Don.. Keo
itf?jf ? Cfe* ?oil known master m aeons, was
acgagad with two or more men in digging a
*Hr8?M*'Yf*, a^ewhat^ but I have'no feara*
BatSj?k^?Lpmi<fmll the curbing mvself."
.JLji^tiJn^ortha acodeiit, which occurred
aafeMiltijwjW oft doloci. slr. Dow was at
tha-boMom af the well at work upon the eurb
JBWi Bis assistants were at the top letting
. IdwB him ber and-toots. As the clock struck
Untie be sane out pleasantly to ?he men ab?te :
?MWM?&W aUV well* we are getting
?MKjmffety.* tom trere the last words ha
M*lBMa%.|l,9afk- " Afterwards there
?rhu ajtamDiing in the bottom of tho wei) and
the lest leokod down and saw that the bottom
was one confused mass of broken curbing SQQ
saith. Aa the rumbling sound com me aced
they.heard Mr. Dow'* voice, but could not dia
The alarm was at once given, 'and.hundreds
rushed to the spot. Mr- Lyman E. Fellows,
with his gang of men. who were engaged on
fairs until the arrival of. Captain A. B. Holt,
who assumed the'charge at the request of all
l?oeauL At first it was attempted to lower a
man wi tb a bucket and win d"a sa to commence
?huming at the bottom. A Mr. Patch was
tba**** get' toto <he basket; bot he bad
Jhefc boss more . than half way let down wben
. snother cavmgbesrsV, and' tr^wss fonnd that
hisute was not safe in tbe well.
fart of the crowd then comm en oed digging j
sw^SAWiace of the Krouud nev ibo top of
tte welL and others began tbe oonstiubtion ot
newBtnwng, to be let down irtBide of that
wh? rerosrned whole. Tbe work waa prose
..WftTjtttb^aR the lapidif and earnestness
thal nundi eda ol strong men Iroip all olasaes
?*?c^y wore capable >1 exhibiting. At five
??Otea* the first piece of new curluDg, fifteen
fees- in; length, was suoceeafnllv let down.
fafSftls^m?BTwere gotta with conjideiable dit
l??J?J?11 AV sbf.st three o'olock this morning.
a*ter neaify twiervo boure unremitting and
????Jus MlbSiV ti? body of Mr. Dow wss
.iiecovered at tbs depth of some thirty-f^nr
.feet. He was m sn upright position and
nfelesa. . Ttje ipeapon thea.aro&o -xe to how
the remains- ocmld be excreted. Themen
th*-first two had to be smaller tban the one
precodiEg, it was eradeai; that ehU;another
section would have to be, much more con tra cr
ed. The work waa tnan.vrcrnouTjCjerJ verv dan
gerous by engineers, who said that another
wirren wo rita mevrtSDiy carry death to ail in
tbe shaft. Still, brave men. whose heroic
deeds will long be rem?mb?ieu, came forward
sad calmly volunteered^ to go .to. the bottom
and relieve those there-wnoee herco?eaa labors
bsd slmos t ezbaneted them. A large crowd of
people were' at?F c?Mct??, representing all
clasaes of cit ?sene. Ladies were present dis
penatng coffee and refreshments. A rope was
placed at a suitable distance h om the well to
keep back tne eager crowd, whose pressure
upon tbe earth was likely to induce another
caving. ?Tust outside ol : the rope at cod reliefs
Ot* strong men-ten tiraos, si maoy as could
posaibly be wanted rmd^any-^bcnuisrances
all anxiooa to join in tbjf^prlr. .;
Thevicinity of the w?t? Wii^bifflttptle.ZigrJt ?
ed up with lamps, whileTfttnQn^Miickly
bongin tba trees near by. m airdirectiona
tbe houses were lighted, showing that the peo?
ple could not sleep nuder the excitement of
m oocaaion. Ail nigh I tong heavy teams were
nttttng to and from' tbe apot, carryinr: away
erel and bringing hack lumber and tools,
s scene was a sad and painful one, wbose
impreeaion will net soon be forgotten. The
next step toward? recovering the body was to
construct another section of curbing, which
could be duty two.feet square. This was let to
the bottom, directly over the remains, so as
to enclose them as it settled. '1 hen commenc?
ed the toilsome and difficult labor of removing
the earth from the body. Wniy one man at a
time could work inside of the curbing, and the
dirt had to be removed with a trowel. It was
.bx o'clock thia morning before the remains
could be drawn up. The head was pressed
sgain* t one side of the well, and death by
suffocation and compression most have been
sodden. One hand was placed on the top of
the head * nd a hammer was grasped in the
other. Physicians were on the spot, who were
nanxnooa is pronouncing life to be extinct.
fimtU? ul (?aatrri?l.
? - The L'harie*T.on Jloney market.
THOUfeDAT. August 18,. 1889. u
., Mu?amjm ?pmrin* wi ayfaf -u* pg wert
i&Ur iee; In? in ? tate - eenritiei, and hoi den are un
.willing, to ?ell, feeling confident thayne present
vi*? will te enhanced. ' N?:ion?l Bank 'stock and
People's National ls held it $113,aa advance on for?
mer rates. Money is easy at % tj) cent, per month.
BOUTHXJ0 BAKE BILLS.
...... . . , Current Balee
Bank of Camden.TS ?80
Bank of Charleston.......86 @oo
Bank of Chester..13 ?16
Bank of Georgetown.,.13 ?916
bans of Hamburg.. fl 8 ?00
Bank of Newberry.80
Bank ol Soath Carolina.?. . il? ?20
Bank of State of S Carolina, prio-l861>40 ?00
Bank of Stateoi H. Carollr- Jax
1861. ..10 ?12
?mm^aM?Ootobhi. .1 n?
benanga Bank, Columhia.. ?T
Barmet'anT?xcbangsBank, Charlrwton.Jtf @0C
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.." ??0
People'. Bank, Charleston.......? @W
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.. J." ?90 ?
? on th wea te rn Railroad Bank, Chartoston,. ^
.outhweatom .Railroad Bank, Charlc?ton,
s tai ?Bani, Channon.8 ?po
Onion Bank. Charleston..........95 089
City of Charleston Change Bills.96 ?97
States. Carolina Treasury Notes..87 009
. " BONDS. STOCKS ATO OO?FOBE.
City of Colombia Bonds..68 fiOO
City of Columbia Coupons.-75 @80
Sorrth Carohmt Railroad and Bank Stock
Jwhole snares)........... .4SX?60
a carolina Railroad (half shares).203jf 00
, g. p. n.i'.w a tx-Dor Os**Mses?a'sr.r. ,T.. 78 - ?00 ~
h. C. B. B, 8eren Per Cent. B'ds..81 ?82
S. C. Railroad Certificate ol' Indebtedness.83 f<i 00
City of Charleston BU Per Ct. Stock(duli).60 (800
Oily of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.76 ?00 :
State of South Carol na Bonds (old) ex past
due coupons (lnd-anaid.67 <g00 ?
SUte of Sou tn Carolina Bonds mew issue,
of January 1, 18?7J ex psst due c n
pons (in demand).66 ?900 >
bia te > f -ou th Car-Una bonds (uwnod for
Bank of the State bills).68 (BOO
State of South Carolina h tock.66 ? 00
state of South Carr<hhaO(nrpons(iuodab]e)66 woo
People's National Bank Stock.....112 600
First National Bank Stock.H2 ?00
Dhtba Sank stock.$9 @O0
? sieamUBs' and ' Ooraanbia baTtroad State
guarantied bonds.....?.?0 @00
Greeny i lie and- Columtrfa 1st Mortgage
Northeastern B. B. 1st Mortgage Bonds.88 (900
Northeastern R.B. 1st Coupons (past duej.CC QUO
Northeastern haiiroad ttock (capital).$8,Si#00 !
Northeastern Rallroad-Btock (preferred). ..?3a (900
Cheraw saki Darlington Ist mort, bono?. .83 ?00 '
Charleston OM Company Stock (ex dui... W ?300
Oha rles toft City Ball way s tr?ck.... ..vi... M ?CO
Charleston and Savannah lUilroadBQads
Savannah ind Charleston U.U. btodtf? 21 CtOO
City of Savannah Bonds.,< ST. -92 ?00
City of Sayftutab Coupons (dna prevjtm*
City pf fjanSfoi <W>?t'i'do?'s??/lS*
City of Memphis bonds, endorsed by M.
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Sic*i.WJ4?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bon db.WO ?08
?Semphts sud-Charleston R. B. Connons. .93 OOO
Exporta for the Wea* carting rnuradavy.
?IBSBT- Awsjwat 1?. # . 1
DENIA, 8PA?N-per BrtUAh brig Ti tus-122,500 feet
Lamber. 3?0C feet Timoer.
. A ' .' * ' noaosxtc.
TfEW TOSS- Per ateatnship. Maxbattan-4 baga 8 I
Cotton, 363 bale* Poland cotton. 71 tierce? Bice.
6d caaka Clay, 66 bois Rosin, 73 packages Sun.
?ries, 23 bbla Flour, lie empty Barrels. 163 bales
Domestics, 3 casks Wax, SQ bbl* Ale, 859 Water
melon?.! Horse.... Per steamship S trago rna
- IS bate* Upland Cotton. 330 bbU lioeio, 39 bale*
"' Domeat^ 79 Packages, 60 casks Clay, 46 crates
- Fruit, 01 jacka Cottsn Seed, and kuudries.
PHTLADEtfBIA-Per steam.hip Prometheus-73
bales Upland Cotton, 1 bale Lew Cotton, 101
bate Yarn, 16'tona Lea tb tr, 38 biles Bags, 4
bales Wool, 8 T Wa Pools. 26 bb! s Metal. 9 bbl s
Whiskey, 348 b'ds h osin. 76 obis t-pirits Turp?n
pen tine, 60 o?d Wheels 31 Axles, 24 bbb Irot, 66
crates Grapes, and Sundries.
BALTIMORE-Pa* steaa^bua t eaJSnll-ll3 ll.rees
Bise. 6 bah* t'otfou. lOT'lMCAVfVin. 49 bales
Bass, MbaletVHidea^lA bales DC me? tica, T pack
agea Metal, 1 p^k?^MVeal116?? -2 000 f<*tPioor
. Inj Board?, 61 packages Frul^ajjd^sinoTie!?.
cwrp, ??aaa%^ o^B^r^and in
aU^eanncU calculated to carry the planl to-'? healthy
milnrttx and obstruct the progres* of-the cai?rpr
lar and other Insect life. The ne ve from most
points have conaequeptly^b^^^o^to
e^C^P^to^very limited' exl en :. The new crop Lae
begun to make 1U appearance at mostjwbits in the
South and yg^Sglfta, (c^ttnuajnf^iQ?W present
favorable wM^^ihS ?^s>aay!b>.expected
to open raJdcVy, ?nfl se^bsi?cra o fe iner es* in the
receipts may be looked tor st once. The MI island
crop has con tinned in a very- promising condition,
and the citerpillar. although seen In virions places,
don on the large streams, bnt is considered nearly
a failnreon Cooper Rinr. and ? is muchhjj?ad on
Coinbahee and Ashe>oo Rivera a^l aoma other
pointa, in conswrtreiice onbe salt condition of those
Tas Corro? VAmrsr.-This article particularly
at Liverpootnhas shown a firmer tendency during
Uie week, and at that point there hu been a steady
and well sustained demand; prices which opened
at lSXd advanced to 13>ira 13?id * ft for middling
upland?; at New Yolk tbs staple na* lather stiffen?
ed, m-tors improving lom 33>??34d34??c ft lb,
while at this point the rate? bave been generally
steady at about si \ c sjl ft fer middling upland?,
the very reduced condition of the stocks restricting
operations to the most limitad form.
\ The Liverpool and New Tork markets have ex?
hibited the foUowiog sales and prices for the week:
On Friday, Aturost the 13tb, the former war active,
sales 5,000 bales, nptehda lSJad; the latter was firm
with a good demand, sales 2500 bales at 33>a<\ Da) |
Saturday Ute former was active, Mles 15,000 bales;
uplands 13'4d; the Utter was firm, sales 1100 bales
at 33J?C Un Monday the former was Sim, tales
12.000 bahs, uplands 13>?d; the Utter WM quiet and
firm, sales 400 biles at 83>?c. On Tuesiay the
former was active and firmer, satos 15,003 bales, up?
lands js^d ; the latter WM firmer, sales 3000 bale?
?t S8J?feS3J?c. On Wednesdsy.tbe iormer clrsed
active and excited, sales 20,000 bales, uplands
13Xd; the latter was ^c better, sales 2800.bales at
84c. Yesterday the former wu a? ti ve. sale? 20,000
bales, uplands 13}t'd@ 13??d;at New Tork th? de
maud iras fair, and pries* firm at 34)?o.
1 he stock of the arnols iu sight at the latest datos
WM as follows :
Stock In Liverpool.... HM) ooo 577.680
Afloat from India.. 697,000 686.000
Afloat iron) America. 19,000 _ 6.860
Block In London.,. 43,330. 39,648
Afloat for London_. 60,000*' "126,000
Stock lu Havre.?. 53,07 J 32,936
Afloatfor Havre.150,379 1 112,963
Stock in Bremen. ? 9,692 11,105
Afloat for Bremen;. 4.701 H.461
Stock in United Staten ports. 24,720 62,007
Stock in the interior towns. 1,177 4 655
Efficiency lu visible supply . 388.090
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spiuuers at
tho mill?, now 127.000 bale?; same time 18UH, 115,000
biles; middling upland? now UK^MM?d, tbenlOJ?d.
The arrivals for the week bave been no bags of
sea Hai'ds acd 123 bales of uplands, against no bags
of sea islands sud 189 bales of upland* the week be?
fore, and no bags of sea islands and 168 bales of up?
lands for the week last year. 3 bese supplies have
come from the following sources: say of npland.?,
per.-outh C-trolin Railroad, 128 bales; per North?
eastern Railroad,- bales.
The trans teflons hi this market for the week have
been M folio WI :
On Friday. August the IStb, there was a light de?
mand at steady rates; sales 66 bales; ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at 28? 30, low middling
at Sic, middling at 31^c fl ft.
On Saturday the business was unimportant ; sales
10 bales at 30^c V ft ; quotations unchanged.
On Monday tbs transactions were in a very limited
way; sales 33 balee; ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at 28 1 30, low middling at 31, and middling
On Tuesday there WM a moderate demand, but
there was but Ettie of the article on the market;
sa les 60 bales; quotation? unchanged.
On Wednesday there wai nothing done, mainly for
wast of stock ; quctations nominally unchanged.
Yesterday the market WM quiet tor want of stock,
the few bales taken by buyers being all that could
be purchased at the going rates; sales 14 bales, My
8 at M ?3 at ?; J. itt 90\; 4 et 31 ; 2 at 3f>4VU'. iW?
'quote, nomlniDy : _
inary to good ordinary.28
w rn id d?ng.
_ Tort auftrat lon ve quoi?;
"BA ISLAND OoTTOii.-lue market for tale quality j
of tue ?tapie has been quiet, the stock banner be?
come to? mnth reduce! to admit o.' important trans -
attions. In the pwent condition oi the market we
quote nominally, saj: Common FlorMas 60000c;
medium 6o@7( o 3 ft ; sea ulands may be qnottd at
66976c for med lam. and 80e#si fl lb for fine.
Biofe-7 his aman nae been very ranch at a stand "
daring tue week, tte very reduced condition of die '
supply waxing factor? to ask advance/! rt^6 for the"|
limitai stock on band, and tfc?*r views having toen
above tte 'offers Of purchasers, so transactions of j
note have taken place. I. the afcteaoeof sales quo?
tations wen entirely nominal Yesterday, after a
pfclonped inactivity, T6 tierces of good' Carolina
ahanged a?xrJa et 811-16e f) ft. We quot? no mi?
nali y : common te lair clem Carouse: at 898J?c;
good '8J?S8*i'c ?ft. Carolina rough may be quot?
ed at ?1 759186 for interior, and (1809190 for sea?
coast* .. . .
KAVAL PTOHES.-The arrivals bar? been about
lesObbla for the week, mostly conmen rosins. Pales
of rosin have been made at $3 SO fl bbl for good No.
1, and No. Ito low.* o'. 1 at 822393 76 ft bbl; No. 2
at 81 75 a 180, ss to enanty. About 200 bbls of ?pi?
rlta turpentine was sold at 88c, and some extra pack.
I ages at 38 J?c ft gallon, trude turpentine may be
quoted at 83 80 for virgin, 82 60 for yellow dip, and
8100 for aard,
"Hai.-The receipts wore restricted to a ?mau lot
of North River, consigned to a dealer. Tbe transac?
tions have been only of a retail character.
Cons.-The receipts of this grain have been about
8000 bushels from Baltimore, limited supplies izom
Tennessee, and a small shipment received per rail
from Sort ort, Ta. We note sales of a bout 8:0 bush?
els, of cc mm on North Carolina white at il r ft
bushel, weight, sacks included, at the depot. Jo ri?
bing lots of write Maryland are generally held at
?136@iS7 T^buaheL wt igbt, hage included. A saleDf J
i Maryland white was made from the wharf at 81 28
1 fl busbel, weight, bajs Included.
I FLOUR.- ! he market is naaxiy fair? of Ure. grades
of fine and raper, and prices of tb?*qBal?Ue?. ar*
! firmer. We quote Northern and Weaaem super at |
! 8797 26 ? bbl.; extra at 17 505-7 7?fV bbl j and
family st 8839 fl bbl. Southern description* arc
rn lair supply, and may be qudtod ?; jr x?t M fl
bbl for raper; 8898 60 fl b^fereairaf ?nd fll
ft ? bl for family and extra mj^f^??k :. J^S
BACON.-This ariiele cnat?ift*i34zliG**^}*2d
pilme shoulders, which were sold for much of the.
weekatn^candprme clear rib.cides at 31a fi;
ft, h?s seff?oed, and prime ?boulders werebe?d st:
the elo?Tat lg*., and prime elesr rib sides it 9?%c.
fl ft. Prime snips were seOtagat 21e.; long clear
salted at 18X0193, and salted clear iib sides at 18^
919c. .1 I W . ti ? A T j
WHXAT.--Moderate supplies of new Southern
?re cooling forward, sad we qnete prime whi.e at
St 70@1 76 fi qushel, and prime red at 81 409
Bvrtaa.-There is s fair stock of prime Goshen.
We quot* good to prime at SC@4') eta fl ft. West,
ern and other lower grades ?ell from 20930 eta. fl
ft, as in quality.
SALT.-lhere have bren no arrivals. Store lots
.are held at 82 ? fl sack.
I sn IA BAG onto.-There have been moderate re?
ceipts of this article, but the demand Is as-yet but
-UmKod. We quo'e 2?)?'cft yard cash and 27c on KT e.
The stock here at precept ls light Dundee bagging,
44 inches, IK ft?, for the yard, ?a held ?t 80@35c,
Bea island bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 ft?, for the yard.
la bald ?t 46c.
ROPE.-I he demand for rope ts moderate, and*
prices are ?omewhat nominal at quotation*. We
quote hemp at - cen? fl ft.; greenleaf st IP cents,
and jute at 8??99 cents f> pound.
IB?N BANT? ANO TIBS for cotton, of the most ap?
proved patterns, are offer*] on'the market, at 7
aSc fl ft, and some ?ales have taken place at these
TIME tm ANO LTOBBB,*-! he market for this arti?
cle ia doll. We quote timber for milling purposes
rrom 8639. Shipping timber 8I091G ; 4 m 5-1 floor?
ing at ?14@16 fl M. BrlRfal lumbor, good, rn?
cbantable, from city millr, cut to rise, from 820
924 fl M by the caw.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal ; by
?ad, ^don upland?, at d %a on sea islands. To Havre,
nominal. Coastwise vet fels are in demand-To New
York by steam Ko on upland?, and ??c. on ?ea
islands, 81 60 fl tierce on rice; by sail, ^c fl lb
on cotton; 81 fl tierce on rice; 40o fl bbl, on
rosin; 83 fl M. 01 lumber ; 89?10 ft M. on
timber. To Boston, by sail, )i@9-I6c fl ft. on
apland cotton. To Providence, 88 fl M. on b- ard",
Xe fl ft on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un?
settled and nominal; by sail, 86a7 fl V. oe boards;
89 on timber; 83 per too on clay; and 83 60@4
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by steam, un?
settled and nominal. By rall, 8697 fl M. on
board?-83 6094 fl ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are m demand hy oar merchants to take lamber
freight? from Georgetown, S. C., Darieh and Satil
la Biver, (leo., and Jacksonville, Fla., to North?
ern port?, and 811912 V M. are rat M on lumber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 144X for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.- The banks arc purchasing
sight checks on New York at par ; 6 days ;.i
off. They are selling sight checks st % pre IE.
GOLD.-The brokers wore yesterday buying at
33, und telling at 35.
Markets by Telegraph
- FOREIGN MAS BETS.
LONDON, Augu-t 19-Noon.-The Bank of Eng?
land ha? reduced its rate of interest to 2 50. 1 he
weather is fair, o mois 93. Bonds 63,'.?. Sngar
afloat quiet and steady.
Evening.-Sugar closed quiet and steady. Tur?
pentine 26e 6da20s 9d. Bullion tn Bsnk of England
LIVERPOOL, August 19-Nocn.-Cotton active; up*
lands 13}jd; Orleans 13^d; sales 15,000 balee.
Afternoon.-Cotton excited; upland? 13)?daI3%d;
Oreansl3Xal37sd; eales 20,000 bales. Pork iu3s
od. Bacon 64s Cd. Tallow 45s 9Ja46s.
"Evening.-Cotton cloaca activ?; uplands 13%d;
Orleans 14d ; sales 20,000 bales, including 8000 bales
fer export and speculation.
PARTS, August 19,-Bourse firm. Rentes 73f 23c.
FBANBBOBI, August 19- Bonds &8X.
DOjktEBTIO MABBETS. 1
NEW YORK,, August 19-flaps.-Stocks steady.
Money 6a7a Sjerlu g, long 97? ; ?hort I0?f. Gold
33'4. Cotton flrtnef; uplands Jl,1,^" Turpentine
2>?c Bosta nj*. | j ^ . * , ' *
Evening.-j?otton fully ,^cbetter^saleas 200o bales
at 34,':'c. Wtrar dull; ' s?p?rrn?e State S S' 96iG 45;
common to fair extra Southern $6 76a7 20. Wheat
Western and Southern 6la66c Mess pork du i and
heavy. Lard dull; kettie 20!?a20'?c. Whiskey
firmer, active at $1 17 ;4'n ll 8." Rice in fair' request;
Carolina S'Xc. Sugar steady. Coffee in fair request.
Molasses quiet aud firm. Naval stores quiet.
Freights firm. Money closed easy at 6a7c. Ster?
ling dud at 9%. Uold clo>cd weak at 3'.'Ji. Slocks
active and Irregular. Governments cljscd weak.
'62's 22J4*. Southerns steady.
BALTIMORE. August 19 --Jotion very Orin at 34?,
Flour, alight demand; Howard-street -upcrtkc $0
25a7. Wheat steady. Cora firm; white $1 Ile; j el
Jo* 8116. Oat?64a53c. Bye $1.1 OJ 1 15. Mess pork
134 Bacon, shoulders 16>4al0>ac. Whiskey scarce
at 81 18.
CINCINNATI, August 19.-Corn scarce at SI 95a
19S. Whiskey excited aud held 8115. Provisions
firm and quiet Mess pork 833 50. Bacon, shoul?
ders 16c; clear ?ides 19c. Lard 2Cc
M. Louis, August 19-Whiskey 81 15. Me-s
pork dall. Bacon, shoulders lS^alCc; tides 19al9 ye.
Lard held at 20a
LOCLSVILLE, August 19.-Provisions firm, vsbi
key firm and unchanged.
WILSUM a ION, August 19. - Spirits turpentine
steady at 38>ia39c. Rosin 81 6Ua3 75. Crude tur?
pentine 82 50a3. Tar unchanged
AUOCSTA, August 19.-Cotton, market very firm;
holders have withdrawn; ?ales Shales; receipts ll
bile?; middling 32c; two bales new cotton receiv?
ed to- ay classed middling and good middling, sold
at 96 and 40a
M GUILE, August 19.-No tb ??? ?one in cotton to?
day, and 30 bales sold after close ye-terday ; receipts
NEW ORLE AK a, August 19 -Cotton, eales '1 odes;
qu ration? nomi uni; re eipU 96 bales Go m 31','.
Sterling 46. New York sight exchange ?,'c premium. |
M ' wii?u?st<y? ?f?nett.
WTLMINGTO*!, August 18.-TTBjTrjrrnrr,-Only
M bois received, which sold at $3 for virgin and
12 60 for yellow dip, par,280jounds.
BPX&ITB T?BP?wnwz.-Market steely. Sales of
800 obis at 88Ho tot country, and 30c per gallon for
New Yoi fiJT?'?;1*- ?* . -
, Bonn -sa'es of 1801 bbls at $1 M for strained,
Ul 70, ?,76al 80 lorNo 2, *? for extr*No2,12 12>? for
how No 1 18 26*8 SO for Ko 1, 84 tor ex'ra ?o 1, and
TAB -One email lot sold at $2 30 per bbL
GEOBGETOWN, Almost 18.-Do no?.-No eales
this week. jjWoaaajte front 2"> to 27 oenta per lb.
Coas.-Prime whte corn fl 20 per bushel, with sn
? .il? KS-No sales to report. No tim jer In mar.
kef. Milla nearly oat, and will be compeled to stop
'V?WSB soon"supplied. Good timber in demand,
:??<?cifl*riii*lair figures. ' ' " ' a
; Tcaraurrawa.-Vlrjrfn dip $3; yellow dip 19 66,
scrupe or'hard $1 60 per bbl, of 210 pounds to the
barrel Psr gallon 38 cents. '
Tan-Per barrel, retail; 88.
charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING. * yard
Dunoee..... 30 (fi 45
GururrCteth.......26 9 27
BALE BOFE, ? ft-Manilla. - ? -
Western.8 @ WA
Jue.L. 8?@ 9
?'COTTON ft ft- - on
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.. 28 ?J 80
Low Middling. 81 @ -
Middling to Strict Middling. Sltf? 33
?tocdlaTddlmg...;...;;.. - ? -
Sea Island..!?.. 60 6 1.00
COFFEE, V lb-Bio....I .?0 @ 26
Laguayra.I _* & -
Java......;-....| - 85 (8 <0
FERTILIZERS- . I - . .
OsrolinaPerhliaer, fl 2000tts... |65.00 @ -
Wando Fertilizer. 60.00 * -
DoubloReined Pouarette.. ....jso.00 <a> -
Niles'Phosphate;.63.00 (o -
Peruvian Qnano, fl 3240 lbs..... 106 .Od (<o ' -
PadneGuasa, fi C000tts....."... 65.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano..165.00 @ -
' Baugh's Phosphate, ? 2000 lbs... 160.00 ? -
Hhodes' Phosphate. fl 2000 tts... 165.00 & -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-165time 67.50 <d -
Orchula Gnanc-.$40 tim? 35 00 ? -
Land Plaster.24.60 @
Mapes'SaperPhosphate,ft 2000 ft 05.00 ft -
ZeU's-Baw pone ?osphate......|80..)0 & -
'zeiraSapcfMiospoateWLb^^ ? -
Wooleton's Phosphate of Lime..-.165.00 & -
Woclstoii's Vegetal?, 2000 lbs|65.00 @ -
Croasdale's Gen. Super-Phoa, net 60.00 tja -
Bowers'Complete Manure, net... 60.00 ft -
Sardy's PhosphoPeruvian, caeb. C5.00 @ -
hardy's Pacific Guono.'caab.".OO.'OO tai -
PaupscoGuano.,..,...,165.00 (?a) -
?Fr?kCo?'?Phosphate........|66.00 <s> -
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super. 7.00 ($ 7.26
Northern and Western Extra.? 7.60 & 7.7?
Baltimore Extra.I - @> -
Southern-Super. 7.25 @ 7.10
Extra. 8.00 fa) 8.50
Family.I 9.C0 (311.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, fl bushel. 73 ft, -
Western Oats, fl bushel. - af -
Corn, ?bushel...;. 1-27 ?t 1.30
.OAF, il cwt_North River..1 - ?t -
"^Eastern..;..I - <s> -
CUMBER, 11 AL 1 ce t - . I *'
Clear White Pine, lat quality.'50.00 @55.00
,M fcWtft Pine, good run..38 .W $<f;M
, ?eUow Pine.?.08 ?24.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Bough.14.00 4*15.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 @32.00
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba.I 45 @ 47
Muscovado. 48 ? 66
BngarHouse........ 50 S 1.00
New Orleans........ ' - ? -
ITA VAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar.... - @ -
Pitch. - ? -
Bosin, Pale. - @.
Rosin, No. 1.1 2.76 (fi 3.50
Boain, No. 2.1 1-80 @ 1.90
Boain, No. 8.....j 1-75 ? -
Spirits Turpentine, * gelid.| 38 fd -
OJuntn. VS re.I 18 <* -
A-'A/XS-Amencan, t@20d, ? keg,.| 5.60 M 7.00
FOF'_)E?-Dupont,B,F.F.F. g.... 6.70 ? -
. Dupont's, F.F.F. ... 5.60 IS) -
Dupont's, Bla?ttog. 4.25 @ -
PROVISIONS-^ ft- _ -
Bacon,Hams, fl lb. - ? -
Bacon, Sides. 21 ?a -
Bacon, Shoulders. Its vt -
Bacon, Strips..,. 21 <a> -
Lard, in keg. 22 <a 28
Butter.......I 20 fl 40
Cheese. 16 & 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. - # -
Onions. - -
''Apples."..... - 9 -
B/C?-Carollno, fl ft. 7 ? ?X
East India. - & -
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, fl sack.. 2.25 ?6 -
Liverpool, fine. - ? -
SUGAR, fi lb-Raw. - ?3 -
Porto Bico. IS?? 14
Siel I g Bg.?
SS??? g. a : : : a
gib: : : :
S R5 g.; : i j
a.B.>a? > p> a??>>?
aM sta asa, af** CD B O af? CO CO
I ?o aSk. M . CO - i-' . ?- O
klMM - UM
2 S o <? 5 5 (Bf- w * - g.
. i?. i;tt' U? .tri H X
I??1?: 88 lz- PJ
; ; i c z r ? ?J ??
? M! ! ! . w. MC? E*' 2 e?
. g. . . . o; ci cn = o 2 . a
?_8|_; . ' 81?' ? COK. a g
Tn " ~ ?so t ?
ss; i i - jssi os 5
S5 : : 8 gg: ?1 ?*B fi -
gB. . . c? tsj-._g_i_rj.fa_ i ll K
83c,j .Sc, s g SI |is g I
; .S?Siiiis?S RJ J *
T ? goSSSu.o.'?.onl- jj t
si.: 0.5.0.88 Pg SIS |l>
. ?2.8 1
Hs II 3
t c. *
M H S
co2: . . ?* <o8; pp
kg: : i "?2: Sg: ?S?
.fe: : : r;: ss. ex
S??fg ll 5
fret S I ?. I
o ? o
g: ! 82
t-: I ?-J
IMS: 2^S?-: ?S
" ?oTK.-We "haTe" deducted lrom New Orleans
44 055 bales npland, from Mobile 15,030 bales, from
Savannah 3724 bogs Sea leland and 240 bales Up
land-and irom Charleston 2523 bags Sei Island and
232 bales ?pland. the quantities received st those
norts irom Mobile. Florida. Texas and Savannah.
Stocks of Cotton atTtiae Interior Towns
not '"-'"^ in tnt Kecelpta._
Augusta and Bambara.}* %
Macon. Geo^.. August 13 115
Columbus. Geo.... .A^ust 1 340
Selma Ala...August'?2 'iii
Memphis, Tenn._??_??_t iq on
Nashville: Tenn.August 13_20_
Kxport* of Klee. Ararat Store? ana L, m
ber Crom the Port of Charleston, from
Sfptcrabor 1 to A nc nat 19. I860
Other 0. 8.Porte...
Majorca & a Market
St Johns, N B...
a reit Britain...
30 0411 2643,331
(.uniparative Kxports ot Cotton, iroro'
.Jae Port ot Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain...
Other * renell Porta.
Total to Prance..
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
t oath of Europe.
West Indies, 4c
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, -c.
Baltimore and Nor ilk....
Other United sutes Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Per steamet Emilie, from Georgetown, 8 C
J B rawson, wife, two children and nurse, Mrs M W
Wilson, Dr G B Weston, Mis* ? A Toomer. H C El
1. nuon. ? 8 B?rry, J W LaBruee, Jr, W- Burke, Mr
Muesli), O J Butts, G B Congdon, and 9 ou deck.
Port Ot Charleston, August 20
FHA ES OF TUE KOOK.
New Moon, 7th, 4 hours, 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14th. 7 hour. 19 minute?, morning.
Full Moon. 21st. ll hours, 3 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter. 30th. 2 hours, 38 minute?, morning.
16 Monday_i 6..25
17 Tuesday....' 5..25
18 We J nee J ay. 5.. 26
19 Thursday...1 6..27 !
20 Frldav. ....j 6..27 j
22 Pu nd ay.! 6.. 29 i
fear A M Flannagan, Collins, Philadelphia via
Tybee. Coal and Vdee. To H W Baker Sc co, Rail?
road ?gent, W Shepherd, M Luhr?, W S Hen er ey, J
BA direr A Co, Cameron, t'arklev A Co, Goodrich,
W?neman k Co, C Saunders. J M Eseon A Bro, C P
Poppenheim, Georgia Railroad Co, McDrrff Cohen.
Br H Baer, H a Due. In putting into Tybee Booda
for a harbor, parted chala and drifted ashore on the
Knoll, 'rom which was assist?doff by the steamer
,-amt.on after taking out part of tbe cargo, and wa?
towed to this port by the above steamer.
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 100 tes
Bice. To o T Lowndes.
t-tramer Emilie, Lewis, Georgetown, S C. rc tea
Bice, 1 bale codon, 40 baga Flour, and buodriea lo
Shackeltord A Kelly, J R Fring.e, J M rason A Bro,
P G Fitzslmons, W C Bee A co, a Chitolm. Mis? U
C loomer, I Hyman, J M Caldwell A Son. 1 J Cart,
Dowle A Moise, D Blake. M McUorty, H Klarte A Co,
E Bates A Co, J A Quacken'msh, and others.
Received from West Point Mill-45 tierces Rice.
To Chisolm Bros.
Steamship Prometheus, Uroy, Philadelphia-Jno
Steamship Prometlieu?, Gray, Philadelphia,
from this Port.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York 152
hour? i, August le.
Up for this Port.
Sleomehip Minuetonka, -, a' Kew York. August 16.
Sehr Nancy Smith, Boyd, at New ?oik, August 16.
POBT OF GEORGETOWN, 8. C., AUGUST 17.
August 12-Sehr Ada, Whitehurst, Beaufort, N C.
CLEA KED. '
August T2-Sehr Carno 4} Webb, Rowland, New
August 14-SchrM Holme?, Howard. New York.
August 16-fohr Palma, Ireland. New York.
Augu.t 17-Sehr M ? Dana, O'Neil), Bath, Me.
L.IST OF VKSSKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR a HIS l'"hT
The Vinco, B alli lay, sailed.... :.July l S
British brig Courier, tvan*, saileJ.July S
Brig M C DoteveP, Farnsworth, cleared.. .August ll
Brig J A Devereux, Clark, up.August 9
Brig Cyclone, Friable, cleared.August 11
steiimshi. Minuetonka.-, up.August 16
s"chr Nancy ^mith, Boyd, up.August 16
behr Geordie, bwin, cleared.?UgU?t 14
Schi Lilly, Hushes, cleared.Ausustli
?ehr clara Montgomery, Cole, cleated.August 14
Sehr Menewa. Dissotway cleared.August 9
Bark RGW Dodge, Munro, cleared.Augu-t 12
Sehr Virgiuia Dare. Johuson, up.August 14
t-cbr Wenonah.; Mitchell, up.August 14
II.I.IS di CI11SUL..U,
FACTOhS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILT. ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ?nd Domestic Portal ol
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. O.
S. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLM
October M *
^IHAKliESTUN A UK HT' LT I' KAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, QARDE1
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PiNGRKE,
Ne. 148 Meeting-itreet, Charleston.
LIST OF 8HIPPING
fia" ' the " Port " of Charleston. *^a_mf1 19.
rmrrn UNDES loo TONS, ATO BIT AMIES coAsrnra
WTTHTK TU STATE EXCEPTED.
CLamplao. 1418 too*, lockwood, at Adger'e wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger & Co.
Falcon. 612 tons. Honey, at Union wharf, fer Bard
? a?, reidj-f^i^snax 4? IreaholiD.
Minnie (Br), 323 tons. Bobertson, at Marshall's
whan; for Llverp coVJoadbig-B ol Tire & Co.
H W Mojailvery, 260 tons, stotts, in Ashley Uiver,
for Boston, lo - ding-Risley st Creighton,
J Til ns (Br), 176 tons. Lovejoy, in tbe tresm, lor
the Mediterranean, readv-w p Hall.
Bella Dolores ( pm), - tous, Durull In the Stream,
from Mstanav,'waiting-w P Rall
Susa" E Voorbees, 399 tons, Fulfrd. In Ashley
River, for Ne v York, loading-Bi?l?y A Creigh?
Stampede 146 tons. - trat ton. In Ashley Uiver, for
P ovldfOce, loading-L 1 fatter.
Sulio:e. - tons, ". eater, at Vennina's wharf, for
Boston, loaain -M Goldsmith st Son.
N W .-m th, 296 ton?, Tooker, at ti E Railroad wharf,
I for New York, loading-W Bosch ft Co.
BN Hawkins, 396 ions. McVey in ashley Hirer,
for Philadelphia, loading-W Bosch's: co..
Winata, - tons, t eathers tone at BennoU's wharf,
lor a Portin Spam, ksditw- WP Hall. .:.>,,
Emma D > arney, 164 rons, Mitton, at I nion wharf,
from Jacksonville, Ila, to be repaired-H F Ba?
Francisco, 93 tons, Crowther, in Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-T J Kerr st Co.
A M Flanagan. - tone. Colli us at Union wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker & Co,
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^PBECNSE, FIBS UL?,
That srtvin XO Cleaning,
Wmi TH? PATENT
ninon tua ao aramaa.
The Qrieiul ud only
BdSabla "irrae mide.
It can be applied to
any Stair Rod, either
Round or Flat, and
prevents Its slipping
from its place.
Ask for the
Patent Step Fizrsi?,
SOLO BY AU .
AND BUY MO OTHES.
^^^saaasw^^ wt A ss AOT ZINC
. STAIR PLATES,
For Hotels, Restaurants and Public Buildings,
W. T. 4 J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St. HX
August 13 , Caw
f? ll K B 1 S ll OP P IL.Lt
TUE BISHOP PILL, t
THE BISHOP PllXe
A Purely Vegeta ole Fill (Sugar-Coated,)
' ls of extraordinary efllcacy for Co? ti veness, iMfcV
jreetion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous (Debib(y,
Liver oonpIaJoL" "fte beat FILL m the WOT?*.'"
?M?eal ?itrmer, feather 8.
TRY THE HI
IB! T t? E Hi
AU Druggists is CHABLFSTON sell tb ea).
"CskUr'n" Bat, Boaeh, dee.. Fixera?? s,
..CottarV Bcd Da? Extermina tor?.
"L'Mtar'i" (only pure) Inaect Powdar.
"Only Infallible fi em edle.? known.**
'.18 j ear? established In New York."
.. "?OOO Boxea and ria?a* maainiactuied daily."
"111 Beware 1 ll ofs euricu?faltar?an?."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON Hil them."
For tl, 8?, 83 and 88 sixes, Address
"COSTA K" CUMPA AY.
rf o Aa. ? 13 Howard-street., Kew Yarak,
Sold in CHARLESTON, S. C., by
GUOO lt ICH, WISEMAN <Si CO.
March 23 " j PAC_ lyr
J) U S A O A.b l S
Purities th?? Bipod.
Ker Salo by Oma erl? tr Kvers-wwere.
Jim 28 ' " " '
O B A K E K S
J??S2 RECEIVED AND FOB RAUB':
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
PHIME HOPS "
CREAM OF TAB TAR.
H. B?ER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
n K . KI CH ACS
07 ; . ? ? .
ASK FOB NO OTBEB, TAKE NO OTHER, ARA*
you will save time, bealla aid money.
81000 REWARD for any ease of disease in any
stage which they fail to core.
Dr. H ICH AU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcera, Ulcerated "Sote. Throat and Mouth, Sore
Fyes. Cutaneous- br Skin Emptions, Copper Colored
Blotches, corenes?of the Scalp. Scrofula, Ac.; ia the
greatest Benovator, Alterative and Blood Partner
known, removes all diseases from the system, and
leaves the blood pure and healthy.
Dr. BICH A CM GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 cures
Mercurial Affections, Bheumatism In all its forms,
whether from mercury or other causes; gives Imm??
diate relief in all cases. No dieting necessary. I
have thousand* of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effected hy these Hemed les. Mee of
either Ne. 1 or No. 2, 86 per bottle, or two bottles for
Dr- BI CH ACS GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, pleasant and radical cure for all Urinary De.
ragemente, accompanied with full directions. Price
83 per bottle.
Dr. BtCHAU'S GOLDEN LL FX IR n'AMOUB. a
ladical cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or young; Imparting energy with wondaifhl effect.
Price 86 per bottle, or two bottles for 89.
On receipt ot price these Remedies will be' shipped .
to any place. Prompt attention paid to sll correa.
dents. None genuine without th? name of "Dr.
RICHAU'd GOLDEN REMELLES, D. B. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown in glass of bot ? le?.
Address D B. RICHARD?.
No. 228 Varick-stree t, New York
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. 1
Circular? cent. ly July 8
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. ;
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled I
FAMILY PLATE SAFES?
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN A CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
... , , (265 Broadway, New York.
Principal 3721 cheetnut St., Phila.
Warehouses (10gBank St.,Cleveland,0
And for sale by onr agent, in th?
principal cities thronghout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,