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TB? diaries ton Stools: aid Bond Harket.
U ABXBT TAL VI OP TBB STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER
SECUXmSS CALLED AT THE CHARLESTON STOCK
?' ' BOARD, rOB. THC WEEK ENDING JOLT 14, 187a
rPublished officially by aa cb ort ty of S tock Board.]
IT < . ASKED. BID,
GoM.?..".. 12* 12
Southern Hank Bills.
Bank bf Camden. 40
Bank of Chester. 14
Bank of Georgetown. 07
Bank of Hamburg. 16
Bank of Sonta Carolina. 20
Bank of SUte of Sooth Carolina,
prior to 1861. 63
Bank of State or Sooth Caroona,
. after 1st January, issi. 44 40
Commercial Bank, Columbia.. 23
Exchange Bank, Colombia.. 10
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Charleston. QM 03X
Merchants'Bank, Oheraw.~ .. .06
Planters' Bank, Falrfleld.. 07 oe
State Bank, Charleston.... 15 lix
State Bonds, old. 87 88
State Bonds, Issue of 1867 . 78 76
State Bonds, for fond?n gbank
notea. 78 76
State Bonds, for conversion of se?
curities. 78 76
State Stoek, old. 78 ..
State Stock, new. 78 76
Railroad Sec azi ties.
8. C. Railroad and Bank Stock.$40 00 39 00 I
& C. Railroad Stock. 40 00 88 00
8; C. Railroad six Per Cent. Bonds. nominal. I
8. a Railroad Seven Pu- Cent,
Bonds.?....1/ 76 00 7400
Northeastern Railroad Stock (capl
- Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
ferred)....J. 3600 8600
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 0100 ?100
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 6 Per Cent...,. 78 00 72 00
Northeastern Railroad Oertfflcates
of Indebtedness. 6600 62.00 I
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 83 00 32 00 I
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. 77 00 75 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
7 Per cent State guaranteed
Bonds... 7100 70 00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
6 Per Cent, state guaranteed J
Benda. 67 00 es 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Co. Stock. 2001
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
T Per Cent State guaranteed
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds SO 00 ' 85 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
1 Per Cent. -Second Mortgage
Bonds.?... 4000 8300
Greenville and Columbia' Railroad
7 Per Cent Certificates of Indebt?
Cberaw and Darlington Railroad
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad I
-First Mortgage Bonds..'. 84 00 82 00 1
Cheraw andcDailingtcn Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds.nom'l .. I
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad I :
Certificates of Indebtedness. 66 00 6200
Charlotte, Colombia and Angosta
Railroads Stock. 48 00 40 00
Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonds... 86 00 84 00
Spartanburg and Union Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds... 66 00 63 00 1
Bhw Ridge Railroad Pint Mortgage ;
Bonds........ 60 00 61 00 ,
. City Soemrltlee. jj
gtjjjBjway Stock.... 6200 6i 00 11
City .of.'Charleston Six Per Cent
Stock..... ??>.. 47 00 47 00
City oMOut?eSto- Fire Loan 7 Per M
Gent. Bond*. S?5.j?i. 7200 68 00 11
City of Columbia 8 PerCent. B?ndB. 66 00 00001,
City of Columbia 7 Per Cent. Bonds. 7000 66 00
First National Bank of Charleston
People's National Bank Stock.. 103 00 102 00
Union Bank Stock... 7 60 7 26
Sonth- Carolina Loan and Trust
^Company.............. .. 10100
People's Bank Stock. 6 25 6 06
. Plantera' .and Mechanics' Bank
Bank of Charleston Stock_22 60 . 22 25
Caroona National Bant Stock. nom'l
Bank of. Newberry Stock... nom'l
._-"~ ~V Miscellaneous Securities,
Gram ternie' Manufacturing Com?
pany Stock.......... 86 00
L?ngley Manuitw'.arlng Comply
BatesTule Manufacturing Company
stock........ nom'l ?
Charltalon Gas Company Stock..... 2175 2100
Charleston Mining iv? Manufac?
turing Company'Stock.. . nom'l ..
WandoTeaing and Manufacturing
.1 Company Stock.... ...... 326 00 325 00 .
8ojpaorio AcUOand J Saperpbos
phate company stock. 160 00 160 CO
- Marine and River Mining and Man -
-.?ft<5?^n* Company stock, prent .. 60 00
OMnpBDT8tock-.....pram. 6 00 6 00 k
Palmetto Mining and Manufactur
T?5S Oonramy Stock.nom'l
GHoora Bining and MansJactor
^^a?,!!*!*. um nm '
Stat* <ir Georgia 7 per cent Bonds, 1
? toora* ? p?r Jen t. Bonds,
new. woo .. 1
atyof Savannah 7 per cent Bonds, .
old.,.?. 89 00 87 00 .
City of Savannah 7 per cent. Bonds,
new...jj;*.,-... 89 00 . 87 00 I
City ot Aigusta 3 per ecnt Bonds, 1
i -, 04?.../..?..'..?....?. 8100 80 00 1
City of Angosta 7 per. cen t. Bonds,
new............. sow 7900 1
City of Macon 7 per cent Bonds.... nom'l .. ]
City of Columbus 7 p?r cent. Bonds, nom'l .. .
Qty of Memphis 6 per cent Bonds, . 1
^OM.-.^-,r^7-.^,.1. 65 00 60 00 1
City ol Memphis 6 per cent Bonds, x
new*-.-...'...'. nomi ..
City of Memphis 8 per cent. En?
dorsed Bonds...'.. 65 00 60 00 1
Memphis and Charleston Railroad <
Stock..-..'...,.. 10 00 9 26
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7per cent First Mortgage Bonds. 88 00 87 00' 1
7 per cent Second Mortgage Bonds 78 00 7 5 00 ]
City of Atlanta-Aper cent Bonds... SO 00 .. (
Macos and Western Railroad stock. 11600 11200 ?
Centrai Railroad of Georgia Stock.. 116 00 110 co f
Georgia Railroad Stock-. 102 00 100 00 ,
Baom and Angosta Railroad ist 3
Mortgage 7 percent Bonds.. 85 00 83 00.
Macon and Augusta Railroad 1st
Mortgage 7 per cent Bonds, en?
dorsed. 85 00 86 00
Macon and Brunswick Railroad
State Endorsed Bonds, 7 per cent BS 00 so 00
Montgomery and West Point Rail?
road lat Mortgage 8 per cent. ,
Bvndfl.. 87 00 85 00
ito the Weet ending, July 13.
WOODYS HOLE, MASS-Per sehr Z S tee] m an-100
tens phosphate. v
Nsw TOBK-Per steamship Ashland-114 tierces
: - rice, 877 bales upland cotton, 185 bales yarn, Ac,
- 683 bois rosin, 21 casks clay. 17 bales leather, 35
bales. paper, 26 packages sundries, 336, packages
vegetables... .Per steamship Catharine ?Whiting
88 tierces rice, 867 bales cotton, ns bales domes?
tics. 21 packages paper, 144 colls rope, 380 obis
rosin, 802 melons, S6 packages sand rles.... Per
steamship Manhattan-79 tierces rice, 629 bales
cotton, 83 bales domestics, 46 bundles paper, 531
bbl? rosin, 170 empty barrels, 50 bbls flour, 972
waxcrmelons. 320 packages fruit and vegetables.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus
112 bats cotton, iso bales domestics, 50 tons Iron,
28 tons phespha'e rock, 18 packages sundries.
Ber sehr S R Jameson-SP.000 feet lumber.
Per sehr Robert Palmer-420 tons phosphate
rock....Per ache George H Squires-150,000 feet
BALTIMORE-PCT steamship Maryland-44 tes
tierces rice. 44 bales cotton. 60 casks clay, 43 bbls
fertilizers, 21 rons leather, 200 bars railroad iron,
150 packages melons and vegetables, 81 rases
mdse, Ac. -
The Charleston Market.
[PCB THE WEEK ENDING JULY 14.]
THB CROPS.-With occasional complainte.result
lng from tile effect of the heavy rains experienced
previously, pr from too much dry weather, the
general Information from the planting region in?
dicates that the crops are progressing favorably
In this vicinity the weather has been hot and dry
and such as shomd be highly favorable to cotton.
The rice an 1 corn crops present a healthy, ap?
pearance, and the yield in proportion to the land
planted promises to be good.
TH? RscEIrra-The arrivals at the ports for
the week up to Friday last was 8666 bales, against
11,700 the week before, and imo for the contrast?
ing period lait season. At New Orleans the re?
ceipts were 2643 bales, against 1070 last year. The
total supplies at the cotton ports from the let of
September, 1 'st op to the la' est man dates, were
2,851,711 bile?: against 2404,832 the year before,
showing an increase of 747,370 bales. The total
receipts at the chief Southern centres from the ut
of September, 1869, to the latest telegraphic
licence, were as follows:
New Orleans, Joly 13.1,183,914 t
Mobile, Joly 18.801,840 Z
Savannah, Jnly 18.. .473,802 8
Charleston, Joly 13..238,816 V
Texas, Joly 13.342,626 1
Virginia, Jory 13.300,887 li
The receipts of cotton at the principal S
ern markets from July 7 to Joly 13, 1870,
ported by telegraph, were as follows. Thl
eludes all points but Korth Carolina ana
July 7.155....July 8. -j
July 9. 882....July ll.8*4>
Joly 12.148.... July 13.104 j
July 7.100....July 8. 941
July 9. 77....July ll. 117 >
July 12...;. 2....Jolyl3.. -J
July 7. 362.Julys. 4041
Jury 9.;... 898....July ll. 623}
Jory" 12.26?.... July 18. 492 J
. Joly7.14?....July 8...:... 2281
. Jnly 9. 363....July ll.166r
July 12..163....July 13.197 1
Joly 7..121....July 8. ?31
Joly 9.no....Jnly li.wi
July 12. 62....Joly 13.140j
Joly 7. 70... Jrly 8. 267)
Joly 9. 100....Jory ll. 227}
Joly 12. 62....July 13. 12/
The arrivals for the corresponding week
year -were 8664 bales.
The stock of the article In Bight at the lt
dates was as follows:
Stock in Liverpool. 574,000 m
Stock in London......'.. 81,809 71
Stock In Glasgow. soo
Stock In Havre. 167,130 41
Stock In Marseilles. 10,460 10
Stock In Bremen. 28,100 is
Stock rest of Continent. 50,000 20
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican). 95,000 49
AOoat for France (American
and Brazil). 21,20? 26
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Europe.:. 401,646 ?68
Stock In United States porta.. 1174,184 47,
Stock In inland towns. 35,63? 8,
Total. 1.674,855 1,828,
These figures Indicate an Increase or the cot
In sight of 248,009 bales, as compared with
same date of 1869.
Bombay shipments, by special telegrams fr
Finlay, Clark A Co:
Gt. Brit. Cont. Gt. Brit. Co
Exports 2d Joly
. to 8th July, In
ClUSlve. 16,000 6.000 20.223 *
ported..........641,000 136,000 778,255 162,!
857,000 141,000 708,478 164 <
Deficit to Great Britain.141,<
Deficit to Continent.?.".28,1
" Receipts at Bombay for the weet ending e
matant 10,000 bales, against 6,000 same we
last year. Receipts past nine weeks <177,8<
against 200,000 same time last year. "stiipmer
to Great Britain for Jone 177,000; Continent ?ot
Total 183,000. To the Continent for May, c<
rected, 30,000. The total for Jone ls mach le
than was expected, the decline In Liverpool ha
lng the usual effect of reducing the exports fro
Bombay. Fair Dhollerah May and Jone shl
menta ls selling at 8Jid In Liverpool, while
Bombay tito same kind is quoted at sj?u, cost ai
"reigiit, or about 9??d delivered.
The arrivals at this port for the week under r
rlew have been 21 bags of sea Islands and Flot
las and 1232 bales or uplands, against 8 bags <
ea islands and Floridas and 1369 bales or upland
he week before, and - bags of sea Island! an
norldaa and 715 bales or uplands for the wcei
ast season. The supplies have come as folio wt
iay of uplands per South Carolina Railroad 114
?ales, per Northeastern Railroad 85 bales; of se
elanda, Savannah 21 bags.
THE COTTON MARKET.-The market for this stn
tie has presented a doll and lower aspect danni
nuch of the week ander review, tte complicate
ispect of Eoropean affairs acting with othe
anses to depress the article. In the loreign nur
:et the staple opened at ?Xd, declined to u>.;,
MU, and har Jen? d to 9#d. At New ?or& Ul
ates began at 20c, receded to 10% and Improve*
?2?C; ii this port middling nplands com
oenced at IS.V?C and fell off to 16c fi m.
The transactions and prices at Liverpool ant
Jew York for this period have been as follows: Ol
?riday, Jnly 8, at the former the article wa1
teady at s^'d, sales 10,000 bales; toe latter wai
[Olet at 20c, sales 1400 bales. On Saturday th<
former closed dull at 9>i@9&d, sales '0,000 bales
he latter was dull-and nominal at 20c, sales sot
ales. On Monday the former was don, upland!
X@9Xd, sales .10,000 bales; the latter was dui
nd nominal at 19xc, sales 700 bales. On Tuesdaj
oe.former waa dull and Irregular at 9X@9?d,
Mles 8000 bales; the latter was steady at l9%c,
ales 1400 bales. On Wednesday the ronner was
.rm, uplands 9??'d, sales 12,000 bales; the latter
ras firm at 20c, sales 2400 bales. Yesterday
he form-?,- was steady at 0;?d: tho latter.demand
air at SC?.
The sales ?" 'Mg m irk* for this period have
l56n. 'S? follows: On Friday, Joly 8, there was a
noderate Inquiry at steady rates, with a light
tock; sales 250 r-ates; ordinary to geod ordinary
Klug quoted at l5i;@17Kc, low Twiddling 17J?@
8, middling 16}?, strict middling ?Sjic fl ft. On
Saturday '.he market exploited a declining ten
lency; sales 150baie*; ordinary 10 good ordinary
?elBgqnoteil at lS'^lT.'j'.-:, low middling 17X,
nMillng f? strict middling firstname.lastname@example.org fl lb. On
fonday the r.rtlc'o showed tl -pressed and easier
eat ure-;; sales 150 bales; ordinary togoodordi
tary Leinst quoted at , 16@17, low middling 17 >?,
nlddllng 18c fl lb. On Tuesday the demand was
inimportant and market doll; sales only 15 bales
all middlings at 18c fi tb; quotations nominal.
)n Wednesday the article showed more steadl
less, demand moderate and stock light; sales iso
jales ; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
?5K?17, low middling 17K@173?C middling 18,
itrict middling i8>?c ? tb. Yesterday the m?r?
tet was steady and stock light; sales 125 bales,
tay 34 at 15*; 8 at 16; 6 at 17?; 46 at 18; 26 at
.8>4-c. We quote:
. Ordinary to good ordinary.I6>i@17
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The stock of this article,
which has been reduced to less than 200 bags, ls
>f too limited a character to admltt of transac
;lons of Importance, and with a desire to await
.he developments of the new crop, the market is
Ikely to maintain, for a time, a quiet attitude.
?Ve renew previous quotations, which are quite
lominal, say common Floridas 35@38; medium
i9@42; good 43@45; line and choice nominal.
Sea Islands may be quoted at 40@so for commoo ;
o?60 for medium; 60@65 for medium to One,
ind TO?$1 and upwards fl tb fur tine and choice
rr ad es.
RICE.-With a much reduced stock, the market
or this grain has exhibited a firmer character,
ind prices have stiffened during the week. Tho
iransactions have been about 600 tierces of clean
karolina, among which were 247 at 8Jic fl lb; 33
it 85-16; 25 at 8J?; 100 ats^c fl tb. We quote
summon to fair clean Carolina at 7??<?S??; good
\yt @8}?c fl tb. Carolina rough may be quoted at
\\ 30?150 fl bushel for Interior, and $140@1 00
$ bushel for seacoast.
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals have been liberal,
unounting to some 2000 bbls or all qualities Tor
:ue week. The.-e has been a steady Inquiry for
nost kinds, and we note sales of near isoo bbls,
imong which were 200 bbls spirits turpentine at
I2>?@33c fl gallon; 200 bbls extra pale rosin at
M 50@5 fl bbl; 29 bbls pale at $4 26 ; 00 bbls low
jaie at $3 75@4; 2? dnll at $2 50@3; 7 opaqne at
ll 80@2 50; 3 low No. 1 at $1 80; ?4 extra No. 2 at
ll 65@i 70; 24 No. 2 at $1 60; 250 bbls Nos. 2 and 3
? $1 50@1 55 fl bbl.
HAT.-The arrivals of this article have been
ibout SOO bales. Transactions have taken place
it $120@1 25 fl hundred for North River qualities.
CORN-The receipts or this grain were about
13,000 bushels, but much of lt was In a damaged
?ond ition. The stock or prime white has become
mach reduced, and prices have advanced, prime
white, in Jobbing lots, being held at the close at
fl 44?146 fl bushel, weight, sacks Included.
OATS-Are in moderate supply, a limited local .
Jemand prevailing. We quote at Sic fl bushel,
?relgbt, sacks included, fer limited lota. ]
FLOOR.-This article is in fair supply, with a
United demand prevailing. Common qualities
kre eafler, but the better grades ste idy. North i
ern and Western One may be quoted at $6 :
6 75 9 bbl;soper at'$606 25 fl bbl; extra I
7 75 ft bbl, and family at |S@8 60 ft bbl; Scuta
grades may be quoted at $7 6007 75 fl bbl fer
tra, and $809 ~f> bbl for family qualities.
BACON.-With a much reduced stock of pr!
descriptions, the market has become armer, t
ve quot* prime smoked shoulders at isc ft
prime smoked clear rib aides at 20c V rs; sal
shoulders at 13*, and sides at 16*c fl m. Ic
rier meats are in foU stock, and sell at nnsett
and Irregular ligures. .
Futur AND VEGETABLES.-The market ia fa
supplied with new Irish potatoes, South
growth, tomatoes and other vegetables, yt
watermelons and can telopea, m which a fair
tall trade is doing.
S?GAB AND MOLASSES.-There ls a moder
business doing m these articles, and we qu
prime grocery sugars at 11*011 *c ?> its; gi
at 10*c ft lb. Clayed molasses is dull, and
quote In hhds at 38c; in bbls at -U@42c; mus
vado do in hhds 41 c, and in bbls at 45c fi gall
BUTTER AND LARD-There ls a fair stock
prime Goshen. We quote ; good tp .prime at 3
40c fl lb; Chicago prime '260300 ft? rb ; West?
and other low?r grades sell 'from- 20?joc y,
conn try do at 25030c V rb, as In quality. Lari
In good supply, and ls held at 18*c.
SALT.-There have been no arrivals. Lots fri
store seUiog at $1400160 ft sack.
INDIA BAGGING.- There is some limited lnqu
for this article We quote 31082c nommai
yard. .Dandee bagging, 44 Inches, 1* Its for 1
y ard ,;is .held at 25c.
IRON BANDS AND Tuts for cotton, or the mi
approved patterns, are offered on the market
6*07*c ft tt.
TUBER AND LUMBER.-The market for this ar
cle is doll. We quote timber for milling purpoe
from $509." Shipping timber $10016; 4-401
flooring at $14016 ft M. Bright lumber, go
merchantable, from city mills, cut to sire, frc
$20024 ft M by the cargo.
FREIGUTS.- TO Liverpool, by steam dire
nominal ; via Kew York, 7-16d on upland
lMOd'on sea islands ; by sail we quote 7-11
on uplands and *d on sea islands. To Hav
nominal. Coastwise - to New York, by steai
*o on uplands and Xe on sea island
$1 00 ft tierce on rice; by sail, Xe c
cotton;- fl tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel c
roam; $70$8 ft M on lamber; $9010 ft Mon til
ber. To Boston, by nail, *0*c ft lb on nplai
cotton. To Providence, $8 ft M on boards, y,
ft tb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by stean
*c ft lb on uplands; by sall, $607 ft Mon board:
$9 on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $303 25 0
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, *c <
ft! by sail, $5 ft M on boards; $2 5003 00 ft to
on phosphate rock. Vessels are ta demand b
oar merchants to take lumber freights froi
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Satina River, Ga
and Jacksonville, pia., to Northern ports, an
$11012 ft BI are rates on tomber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yeates
day was 22*023 for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka are purctuu
lng Bight checks on New York * on"; 5 day
* orr; 10 days * 'off; 16 days * off; 20 days -
30 days -. They are selling sight checks at >
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying a
ll* and selling at 12*.
Markets by Telegraph..
LONDON, July 14.-Noon_Consols 92*. Bondi
LIVERPOOL, July 14-Noon.-Cotton steady; up
ands 9*d; Orleans 9*d.
Evening.-Cotton closed steady; uplands g?;d
Irleans 9*d. Sales 10,000 bales; sp?culai ion and
ixport 1000. Wiieat steady. Floor firmer.
NEW YORK, Jn:y 14.-Noon_Stocks steady,
iloney 4a5 per cent. Gold 13*. Sterling, long 0*
?hort 10*. Bonds io*. Tennessee ex-coupon;
17*; new 65*. Virginia ex-coupons 67; new 67,
Louisiana, old 74; new 73. Levees sixes 73*;
levens 79*; Alabama eights 100; fives 76. Georgia
ilxes 85 ; sevens 92*. North Carolina old
i-.V; n?w 32. South Carolina old 69 ; new
t8*. Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat a
1:1 ade firmer. Corn dall and heavy. Pork and
ard unchanged. Cotton In fair demand; up
ands20c; Orkans 20*c; sales 800 bales. Freights
Evening.-Money 4a6 per cent. Sterling steady,
"ow excited at 13*. Governments closed strong;
Southerns generally unchanged. Cotton In fair
lemand and finner; sales 1800 bales; middling
tplands 20*c.. Floor, State and Western, quiet:
inperflne State $4 86o515; Southerns unchanged.
?Vheat a shade firmer; winter red and amber
Western $l45al47. Corn finner; new mixed
vest rn92a$104; white $1 Hal 18. Pork no mi?
mi at $29 87030. Lard heavy at I0*al6*c.
iVhlskey lower, $lal Ol. Groceries and naval
itores steady. Freights firmer.
CINCINNATI, July 14.-Flour and corn quiet an d
inchanged. Whiskey 96. Provisions firm and
LOUISTILLB, Joly 14.-Flour doll; extra family
(5 50. Corn $110. Provisions quiet und firm,
ST. LOUIS, July 14.-Flour dall; super $4 30a4 60,
Torn declining, 80a85. Whiskey, nothing doing,
fork $80. Shoulders 14c; clear sides 18c. Lard
inlet at 16*al6C
NORFOLK, July 14.-Cotton firmer; low mid?
lunga 17*al7*c; sales 26 bales; net receipts 352
sales; exports coastwise 216 bales; stock 1147
AUGUSTA, July 14 -Cotton firmer, but quiet; re
:eipts 36 bales; sales 113; middlings 17*al8c.
SAVANNAB, Jaiy 14.-Colton qalet but firmer;
ow middlings 17*; sales 62 bales; net receipts
?93 bales; stock 10,001 bales.
MOBILE, Jnly 14.-Cotton dull; middlings 18*c;
act receipts 97 bales; exports, coastwise, 50;
nock 16,603 bales.
GALVESTON, July 14.-Cotton firmer; offerings
ight;good ordinary 15*c; sales 75 bales; net re?
pipis 250; stock 11,780 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, July 14.-Cotton steady and in
fair demand; middlings I8*c; sales 1200 bales;
let receipts 316; coastwise 7; stock 61,727 bales,
sterling 25. Sight exchange * premium. Gold
New York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, July 12: The market
los been unsettled by the fluctuations in gold
ind few goods changed hands. At the close
i' lders are firm but asking only about former
Igures. Sales of 100 bags Rangoon at 7c; ("uro
ina common to good per cwt $8as 25; carolina
prime to roney per cwt $8 37*a9; Rangoon per
10 6*a7; Rangoon, gold in bond, per cwt 3a3*.
From the Tribune : The market was rather
inlet and rates are a little unsettled, owing to
: lie advance In gold, but sellers have not Insisted
an any decided advance; sales of 100 bags Ran
ro-m at 7c; Carolina 8*a9c, and quiet.
From the Journal of Commerce: Klee is doll
ind rather unsettled by the variations in gold,
aut sellers appear to have tue advantage. 100
jags Rangoon, duty paid, sold ut "c, currency. (
New York Sogar Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Jaiy 12: With an im?
proved demand from refiners, and the advance
n gold, the market for raws has shown mucn
!tr?ngth and a touch of excitement, although
the actual advance In values is small. Holders
ure gaining confidence with tbe war rumors
[rom Europe, as lt is thought that lu thc event nf
i rupture between the leading powers now threat
snlng each other, the Cuban question may as?
sume such a form as to temporarily shut off sup?
plies. Most of the brokers quote at plump 9*a
J*c for fair to good refining, though in a few in?
stances figures are placed *c higher. Sale? of
?5O0 hhds at 9*09*0 for Cuba; 9*ul0i^' for Por
to Rico; 9*c for Buglisli Island; 10*c for St.
Croix; 395 boxes Havana at 0*al0^,'c. Relined
Eire brm at full prices.
Sew York Hay Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, Joly 12 : The market
Tor shipping grades is quiet. We notice the fol?
lowing Rales for two days : 100 bales for Macon at
15c; 100 do for Savannah at 70c; 262 for Wilming?
ton at 70c; 20 for Brattleboro', N. C., at 75c; 00 for
Portsmouth at 70c; 100 for Richmood at 70c; 25
tor Newbern at 75c; 60 for Petersburg ut 75c, and
140 for Charleston ut 7i)c. Retail io good demand
lt firm prices.
WILMINGTON, July 13.-SPIRITS TURPENTINE,
stock in first hands very light, sales of 34 South?
ern at 34c, and 25 New York casks at 34*c per
ROSIN-Sales or 747 bbls at $145 for strained.
51 50 Tor NO. 2, and $2, $2 25, $2 60, $3, $3 25a3 76
'or No. 1, as In quality, per 280 tbs.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Sales of 94 bbls at $2 75
or virgin, $2 25 for soft and $1 20 for hard.
HAT-Sales of 132 bales Eastern at $1 30at 35
1er 100 lbs, from wharf.
NASHVILLE, Jury lt.-COTTON.-The market
ros weaker to-day. We quote as follows: in
ferior Salle; ordinary I2al3c; good ordinary
I4al6c; low middling 15ai 6c,
Stock on band September l, 1869. None.
Received to day. 1
Shipped to-day. 0
Stock on hand.4,105
FLOUR.-Shipments South to-day or 100 bbl9.
We quote aa roliows: Superfine $5; extra $5 60;
family $6; fancy $6 50.
CORN.-Shipmen;a to day 600 bushe'.s at $1 io,
sacked and delivered in depot; 300 do at $116 lu
WHEAT.-We report sales to-day as follows:
100 bushels red at $1 per bushel; 700 do red and
white at $1 os and $1 io; lloo amber and white at
$1 05 and (1 io; shipments on account of 1100
BARLEY.-We note receipts to-day of 60c bush?
els, but no transactions.
OATS.-We quote at eoaesc buying, and 76c
sacked and delivered in depot.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ATLANTA, July 12.-The market closed at leo
for middlings; 16 for low middlings; 14 for good
ordinary; 13 tor ordinary.
COLUMBUS, July 12.-Our market in moderate
demand; middlings 17c; low middlings ie Kc; sales
164 bales; receipts 25 bales; shipments 00 bales.
MONTGOMERY. July 12.-Market ls dull at
16?c for low middlings.
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rice
from the Port or Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1,1869, to July 14, 1870.
& I.tUp'd. i Rice
& 1.1 Up 'il. ; Rice
Other Br. Porte
To t'1 G. Britain
Ofter Fr. Ports
N. or Europe..
Tot'l N. Europe
S. of Europe...
W. Indies, Ac
Total F. Ports.
Bait. A Nr'folk
Oth. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
3061 1191 .33
i i ??62 14008 *3?4
9908 | 2862 .
146521 5620 < 15
. 4009 . 43
Exports of Rice. Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 1S09. to July 14. 1870.
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
Stocks pf Cotton In the Interior Towns
not Included In the Receipts?
Augusta A Ham'g.Jul? 7
Macon, Ga.July 6
Columbus, Ga.Joly 9
Montgomery, Ala.July 1
Selma, Ala.July 2
Memphis, Tenn.July 1
Nashville, Tenn.July 8
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, ft yard
Dundee. 25 ? 45
Gunny Cloth. 31 @ 82
New York Double Anchor, 44
inches, 2?ths. 81 ? 33
BALE ROPE, ft tb
Western. 8 ? ll ?
BUTTER-Goshen. 30 @ 40
County. 26 @ 30
COTTON, fl Tb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 15?? 17
Low middling. 17?? "?
Middling to strict middling... 18 @ lS.'i
Good middling. ?
Sea Island. 40 @ 100
COFFEE, fl tb
RIO. 20 m 22
Laguayra. 24 @ 26
java. 28 @ SO
F E KT I LI 2 ETIS
Carolina Fertilizer, fl 2000 tbs. 60 00 @
Wando Fertilizer.6000 @ .. ^
Double Refined Poudrette. 30 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate. 63 00 @
Peruvian Guano, fl 2240 lbs... 100 00 @
Pacific Guano, ft 2000 lbs. 65 00 ?
Phoenix Guano. 66 00 ?
Bangh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs 60 00 @
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 tbs 66 00 @
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 50 ?
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 @
Land Plaster.13 00 @ 15 00
Mapee' Super Phos, fl 2000 tbs. 65 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 @ ..
Wooiston'B Vege'or, ft 2000 lbs 65 00 ?
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Phos.net 60 00 @
Bowers'Complete Manure, uet 60 00 @
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 @
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 @
Patapsco Guano.... 65 00 @
E. Frank Co's Ammonlated
Bone Phosphate. 60 00 ? ..
Coe's Pare Dissolved Bone_ 02 00 @
Whann's Superphosphate. 65 00 ? 76 00
E tl wan Guano, Nol ($60 time) 54 00 ?
Etiwan Guano, No 2 ($60 time) 63 co ?
Zen's Ammonlated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).60 co @
Russel Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($65
time). 60 00 @
FLOUR, fi bbl
Fine.;. 5 75 ?
Super. 6 00 ? e 25
Northern and Western Extra. 7 00 ? 7 75
Baltimore Extra....,. ?
Extra. 7 25 ? 8 00
Family. 8 00 @ 9 50
GRAIN, ft bushel
Maryland Oats. 85 @
Western Oats. @
Corn. l 40 ? 1 45
HAY, ft cwt
Nonn River. 1 20 @ l 25
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 @ 66 oo
White Pine, good run. 3800 @ 40 00
Yeliow Pine. 20 00 @ 24 00
Boards, rough.:. 14 00 a 16 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 82 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 31 ?
Muscovado. 42 ? 44
Sugar-house. 60 ? 1 Ott
New Orleans...... 77 ?
NAVAL STORES, ft bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 00 @ ^ 00
Rosin, No. l. l 90 @ 3 00
Rosin, No. 2. l 55 @ l 70
Rosin, No. 3. 1 60 ?
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon.. :!2>?@ 33
Oakum, fi lb.7.. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4?20d.. ft keg 5 05 @ 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g--.. 6 00 ?
Dupont's, F.F.P. 5 00 ?
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 @
PROVISIONS, ft lb
Bacon, Hams. 22 . @ 24
Sides. i9 @
Shoulders. 15 ?
Lard, in keg. 18 ? 18?
Butter. 30 @ 40
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, irish, ft bbl........ 2 00 @ 3 00
Sweet. 3 50 @ i 00
Onions. 6 60 @
Apples. 6 00 ? 6 00
Eggs. 25 @ 30
roultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 5 00 ? 0 00
RICE, ft tb-CaroUna. 07?? 08?
East India. ?
SALT, fl Back-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 @ 1 50
Liverpool, fine. @
SUGAR, fl tb-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10 ? ll?
BEESWAX-ft tb. 38 ? 40
iliDES. Green-fl th. 98 @
Dry. 18 ? ..
CHESTNUTS-ft bushel. 4 00 ? ..
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NOTE.-"We have deducted from New Orleans
e4,39e bales uplands, rrom Mobile 900 bales, from
Savannah 6484 bags sea island and 71 bales up?
land, and from Charleston 4001 bags sea Island awl
159bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
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Per steamer Emilie. Iroro Georgetown, ic
Miss Allston, J Voss, L P Patat. E W Hamilton. T
E Gregg. R J Middleton and wife, J J Pringle, Mrs
Pringle, Miss Pringle. J E Farr??, Mrs Lance, J C
McCants, Miss Hamilton, and 8 deck.
CHARL EST0N, S. C. JULY 15
Steamer Emilie. Vincent, Georgetown. S C.
42 tierces rice. 105 bBgs rice flour, and sundries.
To Shackelfor? A Kelly, C Alston, L P Miller, J H
Holmes, Mrs J D Ward, T M Bristoll, C J Walker,
H Bischoff A co, Bollmann Bros. J R Prlncle A
Son, Thurston fe Holmes, L D DeSaussure, Hall A
Parker, W E Huger, Mrs E Frost, W B Pringle,
and others. " ,
Steamer General Manigault, Cordes, Peedee
via Georgetown, S c. ZI* bbls rosin. 66 bbls spi?
rits tnrpennne. 8 bales cotton. To Shackeiford A
Kelly, J Marshall, Zr, S D Stouey, and J A Quack
Sieam tug J R Staples, Flinn, Georgetown, S C
-J H Risley.
Sehr Geo H Squire, Tlmmons, Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamer City Point, Peck, New York, July 12.
CP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Mutoaka, Fooks, at Ealtirnore, July 13.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Irene Wesservey, Wall, at Philadelphia,
lo ist of snipping
1H THE TORT OK CHARLESTON. JULY 14.
Vessels ander ]0O lons, and steamers coasting
within the Stale, excepted.
Champion. 1-118 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf.
for New York, loading-James Adgcr A co.
j W Everman, BDI tons, Hinckley, at Brown*
co'swharr, for Philadelphia, loading-W A
Alice M Minuit, IHiP. tons;, Lowell, atP.rOwn .t co'-s
wtiarr, ?"or Liverpool, ioatlin,-Street lind A
Moselle (Br), - 100=1, Hoare, :tt Mars^ali's wharr,
for a Purl lu (trent Britain, loading-R Mure
C! V W?lianis, 322 tons, Tliompstin, in Ashley
River, for Norwalk, Conn, loading-J Risley.
Tangier, - tons, Rose, at Hrown A co''? Wharf,
rrom Norfolk, Va, discharging-T Tupper A
Florence Rogers, 4(H;!:?IIH, sheppard, as Anger's
whar)', for New York, loud mg-VC Roach
Wm H Hilles, 481 tons, Burgess, at Atlantic wharf,
lor Philadelphia, loading-J A icnsiow A co.
Veto. 392 tons. Manning, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loadiBg-fl F Baker A co.
Minnie Kepplier, 344 tons, Weeks, In Cooper River,
irom Baltimore, discharging-W Roach A ec.
pERFECTION IN BAKING
Housekeepers who do their Cooking on Kero?
sene or Gas Stoves, should procure
DUVAL'S PATENT BAKER,
which will bake Bread, Biscuit, Plea, Ac, and
RoMt PotHtry, Beer, Potatoes, Ac, fo perfection.
For sale by J. B. DUVAL ? SON,
may28-3W No. S37 King strict.
LIFE AND TONTINE ASSURANCE COMPANY *
OF THE SOUTH,
No. 29 BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON'. S. C.
WM. MCBURNEY, President.
E. P. ALEXANDER, vice-President and Actuary,
i J. F. G1LMER. vice-President, resident in Georgia.
E. NYE HUTCHISON, vice-President, resident in
CEOROF. F.. BO?:JS. Secretary.
JOHN T. DARBY. M. D.,' Medical Adviser.
AUGUSTINE T. SMYTHE, Solicitor.
JAMES CONNER, Counsel.
William 0. Bee,
John R. Bakes,
George W. williams,
James R. Pringle,
Lewis D. Mowry
Wm. K. Ryan,
J. EU Gregg.
J. Harvey wilson,
E. Nye Hutchison,
Z. B. Vance,
M. Mc Rae,
J. F. Gllmer,
John L. Hardee,
John B. Palmer,
R. O'Neale, Jr..
John T. Darby, M. D.,
Wm. M. Shannon,
D. Wyatt Aiken,
Giles J. Patterson,
Rev. James P. Boyce,
Robt. L. McCaughrtnr
George IL McMaster,
Wm. G. Wnlldeny
A. S. Johnson,
George H. Monett,
George E. Bogga,
John H. Devereux,
E. P. Alexander,
E. J. scott.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS deposited with Comptroller-General for protection or Policy-Holders.
More than ONE MILLION DOLLARS of Assurance applied for ! . ,
This Company, having compiled with all the conditions of its Charter, ls now prepared to issue the
usual forms of Life and Endowment Policies on the Cash system.
CASH PREMIUMS! CASH DIVIDENDS! CASH POLICIES!
All Policies non-forfeltable after the payment of ONE Annual Premium. ?
Paid-up Policies l?stifil on surrender of the original for an equitable amoant.
Purely MUTUAL I No Stockholders ! All Profits DIVIDED among the i ollcy-nolders. Dividend?
Dividends once declared are non-forfclfable, anil may be nsed to reduce the Premium, to increase
the amount of .Assurance, or to make the Policy self-snstainlng. Dividends left with the Company,,
howev er applied, may be used, in case of need, to pay Premiums.
Investments confined bv Charter to the most solid and reliable Securities. .,
?9- Patronize the only Life Assurance in the State, and fceep your MONEY AT HOME. ~TS
The Al American Tern WM. S. HILLES, J^k.
Bnrges9, Master, having a larse part of lierSHi
cargo enpspeci. will pall with dispatch for the
above-named port. For Freight engagements
apply to j. A. BASLOW & co.,
J alyn No. 141 East Bay.
pOB NEW YORE.
The superior first-class side-wheel steamship
CHAMPION, R. w. Lockwood, Commander, of the
New York and Charleston Steamship Company's
Line, will leave Ad ger's South Wharf on SATUR?
DAY, the leth Julv, ate o'clock P. M.
IS* The CHAMPION is handsomely and com?
fortably fitted up for passengers, and her table I
ls supplied with all of the delicacies of the New |
York and Charleston markets.
c ts* Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to J
Liverpool, at 7-16d. on Upland and ll-10d. on Sea
Islands. This Steamer makes close connections |
with the Steamship WISCONSIN, leaving New
York on WEDNESDAY, July 20.
ts* Insurance by this Line half percent.
ts* Cotton taken to New York. Liverpool, Bos?
ton, Providence, and the New England manufac?
turing towns at lowest market rates.
?.The Side-wheel Steamship MANHATTAN,
Woodhull, Commander, follows on SATURDAY,
July 23. at l o'clock P. M. '
JulyH-3 JAMES ADGEK k CO.. Agents.
OR NEW YORK-ON WEDNESDAY.
Thc fast screw Steamship "ASHLAND," Crow
ell, Commander, will sall tor New York on WED?
NESDAY. July 2oth. at 6 o'clock P. M., from PIER
No. 2, CN ION WHARVES.
The ASHLAND will euohct't with the Liverpool
Steamship COLORADO, of Messrs. WILLIAMS A
GUION'S LINE, soiling July 27. /
insurance by the steauuhlps of this line >?' pe;
The Steamship CATHARINE WHITING. Howes.
Commander, will sa'l on Hie fol.owing WEDNES?
DAY, July 27, at 6 o'clock P. M.
For Freight engagements only, apply to WAG
NEk, HUGER .* CO.. No. 20 Uroad street, or to
WM. A COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
TITS REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Screw Steamship J. w. E VF RM AN. ^?SVfL
Hinckley, Commander, will sail forPhn-jSMSB
adelphiadirect, on FRIDAv, July )5th, at 5 o'clock
P. M., from Brown's South Wharf.
SS* Insurance by the steamers of this Line y,
For Freight engagement?, or Passage (cable
$15,) apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY, Agent..
julyll-ratuthf4 No. 1 Union Wharves.
JO R FLORIDA,
(ONCE A WEEK.)
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR will Fall
on and after the Si.'i July for above?_
places every TCESDAY EVENING, at BU'CIICK.
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
meals and berth. $3._july!
"pOR SAVANNAH, BEAUFOBT AND
PACIFIC LAND?NO. EDISTO AND
Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain C. ? ???T^JS
C. White. wi?: fail for thc abovedas. ????5,
places as follows:
TUESDAY MORNING, at S o'clock, for Edisto,
Rockville, Pacihc Landing and Beaufort.
THURSDAY MORNING, at s o'clock, for Pucidc
Landing. Beaufort and Savannah.
Freight io Edisto reduced 50 per cent.
I. D. AIKEN k CO..
jun]7 South Atlantic Wharf.
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS
ON THE PEEDEE RIVER, VIA
GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer GENERAL MANI- . ~-\x
G A ULT. Captain H. S. Cordes, is^?g"0??_
now receiving freight at North Atlantic wharf,
and will leave as above on TUESDAY MOKNINO,
July :9. SUACKELFOP.D .* KELLY. Agents,
;u!yl5-3_ No. i Boyce's Wnarf.
T7ESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
V MESS STORES ON ?sUC/RT NOTICE.
Captain1; acil Stewards arc respect??sPfifis?.
fnllyhYtited io call and examine thCJaBfiSw
quality and prices cf ow GOODS. Full wehr!;'
gnaran io?d. D-.i.ve.-e.l free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.".
No. i"f. K:Eg street, opposite Hasel,
Chariest.T, S. C.
IS* Branch of No. 00C Broadway, New York.
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Paient Portable C'ircukr Saw anils,
Btatiosary r.ad Poriab'e .'??r:>Sg;
G/.'JS7 SIILZJS, &c. / jjpv
Kc. 5 Schroeder fitraet, / }| V
BALTIMORE, MD. /
&TSendfor Goioioffues and Price-Lists.
LIFPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BITTERS ia pre?
pared from. Hie original German receipt now in
the possession o? the proprietors, and is the same
pr?paration thur was used in Germany upwards
of a century ago; and to-day it hi tue household
remedy of Germany, recommended by its most
L 1 P P M A N'S
GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
ls composed or ;he pures: alcoholic essence cf
Germany'* favorite i-evcrace. Impregnated with
the Juice* and extracts of rare herbs, roots and
barks:' tl! of which combined make lt one of the
best a;:d surest preparations for the cure of
I>j-sp?-i??ia. Lows of Tone in the Stomach.
uu<! Dl?tatlva Organs,
NERVOUS DEBILITY. '
ASA PREVENTIVE FOR CHILLS AND FEVER
AND MA LA Kl O US DISEASES GENERALLY.
Will ned LIPPMAN'S GREAT GERMAN BITTERS
the best tonic known fur the diseases to which
they are generally subject, and where a gentle
stimulant is recommended. _
MATHEW'S BU'FF, S. C., June 2,1S70.
MESSRS. LirrMAN A Uno.:
Inclosed please Und money for one case of yonr
German Bitters. Persora who have bought them
from me exjress having been greatly benefited
Ly their use. Yours, Ac,
C. R. FITO.
OKAKGERUEO, S. C., June 4,1870.
MESSRS. LMTMAN A BRO.:
Inclosed find $50: send as more of your Bitters;
they are lacing we)).
Yi-urs, Ac. F. H. W. BRICCMAN A Co.
Depots :nOr;ajIfsrtn S.G.: .
W. G. TROTT. E ?. S. BURNHAM,
A. W. ECKEL A CO.. G. J. L?HS,
W. A SERINE,
HENRY BISCHOFF A CO.
STEFFENS, WERNER A DUCKER,
DO WIE, MOISE A DAVIS, Druggists,
CLACIUS A WITTF.
7DY5FE P 31A N D ? G cST^ON^
?^T~ SOLU CVEEYVV-JEPH. J^?fl ?
a WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS.
N. B. The Commissioner of Revenue has decided
that any dealer can sell this article without/a
special ?cense. men 2
gTJPERIOR COLOGNE WATER.
Manufactured and for sale by
M Dr. H. BAER.
octa No.isl MMttn* strew.
jySL BING'S PILE
For sale by
DR. H. BAER.