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mAJrCLAX XBTP COMMXMCIAX.
The Charleston Stock?* Bond Market.
HlKIET VA LIT! OP TH? STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER
?riirno GALLED AT THE CHARLESTON STOCK
?OARDVFOK THE WEEK ENDINO AUGUST 26,1870.
[Published officially by authority or Etock Board.]
QOld.V..%. 18 16
' ' Southern Bank Billi.
Bank of Camden. ^5
Bank of Cbeuer..... ix
Bank of Georgetown. i~
Bank of Bjunburg. "
BanS Of South Carolina....... **
Bank of Sute or South Carolina, 40
prior to 1861.?"ihifiii"
Bank of State of South Caroona, ?
after 1st January, 1861. *
Commercial Bank^ Columbia....... ?
Exchange Bans, Columbia,. . .. 1U
Farmer? and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank. Cheraw. 07
Planters' Bank, Falrfleld.. .. 07
State Bank, Charleston. 08)4
State Bonds, old....... 76
State Bonds, issue or 1867. - so
State Bonds, for funding bank
State Bonds, for conversion of BB
Stud Stock, old. g
State Stock, new. 00
S. C. Railroad and Bank Stock. ? CO 86 00
& a Railroad stock. ?00 8? 00
6 C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds. nommai
a C. Railroad Seven Per Cent. .
Bonds. 75 50 74 00
northeastern Railroad Stock (capi
northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
Northeastern Railroad First Mort
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 91 00 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mon
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. nommai
Northeastern Railroad Certificates
of Indebtedness.*. nominal
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock....iV..... 29 00 .?
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. nominal
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
T Per Cent. "State guaranteed
Charleston and savannah Railroad
0 Per Cent, state guaranteed _
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Greenville and Col nm ola Railroad
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Greenville and Colombia Railroad _ ' ,
7 Percent. First Mortgage Bonds nommai
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
77mer Cent. .Second Mortgage :
Bonds...I......-?W. MW .. ^
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Certificates of Indeb* i < - :
edness.,....-.?.'-.. nommai .
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
gtook.........7^777. R-jr;n sr. v" nominal
Cheraw ? and Darlington Railroad -.; " t
First Mortgage Bonds. nommai
Cnertrw 1 ana -DarUna10n - Railroad
Second Mortgage BondB. nominal
Cheraw-and Darlington Railroad ,
Certificates ol Indebtedness. nommai
Charlotte, Columbia .and Augusta
Railroad stock. ?00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonds... 8300
Spartanburg and Union Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 60 00 60 00
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
: : Cltp Securities.
Ctty-BaOway Stock.. 51*80
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
- Stock...-. 48 00 47 00
City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent, Bonds...-.. 68 co 66 00
Cit j of Colombia 6 Per Cent, Bonds, nommai
City of Colombia 7 Fer Cent. Bonds. nominal
First National Bank of Charleston !1
Stock.-. 120 00 ..
?People'sNational Bank Stock..:.... 10300 10200
Colon Bank Stock. 6 75 6 60
South Carolina Lean and Trust
Company '..'.-/.?. 102 00
People's Rant Stock.. 600 476
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock.4.... .. 215
Bank of Charleston Stock.... 2200 2100
Carolina National Bark Stock...... nommai
Bank of Newberry Stock. 2 60 2 00
Bank of .Camden Stock. nommai
? MUcellaneoui Securities.
Granitr7Qle Manufacturing Com-'
pur- Stock. 86 00 88 00
Lari%ey Manufacturing Company
Batwvme Manufacturing Company
Stock. ;. nomin al
Chariest on -Gas Company Stock. 2100 20 00
Phosphate Stock. -
Charleston Mining and Manufao- . .
turing Company .Stock. 20000
Wando Mining and Manufacturing
Company Stock. 826 00 276 00
Sulphuric Add and Superphos?
phate Company Stock. nominal
Marine and River Mining and Man?
ufacturing Company Stock... 140 00
Atlantic Mining and Itanuf?ct ur lng
Company Stock. par 96 00
Palmetto Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company Stock............... nommai
Chicora Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company Stock. nominal
State er Georgia 6 per cent. Bonds,
State of Georgia 7 per cent. Bonds,
8tate of Georgia 7 per cent. Bonds,
City of Savannah 7 per cent. Bonds.
City of Savannah 7 per cent. Bonds,
- City-' of Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds,
City of Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds,
City of Macon 7 per cent. Bonds_ nominal
City of Columbus 7 per cent. Bonds. nommai ?
. Ci tv of Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
City of Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
City of Memphis 6 per cent. En?
dorsed Bonds. nominal
"Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. First Mortgage Bonds nominal
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. Second Mortgage Bonds nominal '
City <5f Atlanta 8 per cent. Bonds... nominal '
I Macon and Western Railroad stock, nommai
Central Railroad of Georgia Stock.. nominal
Georgia Railroad Stock...... nommai
Macon and Augusta Railroad 1st
Mortgage 7 per cent. Bond a.. nominal
Macon and Augusta Railroad 1st
Mortgage T per cent. Bonds, en?
Macon ana: Brunswick Railroad
State Endorsed Bonds, 7 per cent, nominal
Montgomery and West Point Rail?
road 1st Mortgage 8 per cent. nommai
Market continues very duh. Money scarce at
ltf percent, premium on collaterals.
Szportf xor tho Week ending Avgnst 841.
Lirra (SCOTLAND)-Per Br barken tine Wander?
er-416 tons phosphate.
Nsw YOF.T-Per steamship Sooth Carolina-4
bags sea Uland cotton, 749 bales upland cotton,
lio Dales yarn, Ac, 50 tes rice, 166 bbls rosin. 24
bundle J paper, 46 rolls palmetto leaf, 23 bbls flour
and ann dries-Per steamship Manhattan-492
. teles cotton, 38 tea rice, los bales yarn, 14 bbls
ott, 680 bushels wheat, 25 bbls flour, 99 empty bar
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Salvor-102 bales
cotton, 121 bales yarn, 63 tes rice, and sundries
BALTIMORE- Per steamship Sea Gull-244 bales
cotton, 260 tons phosphate rock, 98 casks clay, 4
hhda hides, 4 cases mdse, and sundries.
BOSTON-Per sehr Montana-eil bbls spirits of
.turpentine,.1638 bbls rosin, 60 casks clay, 5 tons
j old iron. .Fer schooner A ? Glover-967 bbls
rosin, 70O bbte* spirits turpentine,- so tons bones,
. Noam WETMODTH (MASS)-Per sehr M C Mose
lej-325 tons phosphate.
8HELTER ISLAND (1,1}-Per sehr Robert Palmer
-340 tons phosphate.
KicaaoND (YA)_Per achr Matoaka-300 tons
Tko Charleston Harket.
[TOR THE WEEK ENDIN9 AUGUST 25.]
THE CEOPS.-The general progress of the crops
for the past week has continued favorable, and
In many places the prospect never looked better.
In the interior there are Borne cou,plaints of rust
and occasional indications of caterpillar on the
coast, bot these evils, np to this time, have only
presented themselves in a limited form, and lt ls
hoped that their development wm be confined to a
narrow field. The new crop, with hot weather, is
maturing well, and new bales are being received
at all the leading points. A small lot or new
Carolina rica was received during the week, and
harvesting wui Boon bc general over the rice
THE RECEIPTS.-The supplies at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 6287 bales,
against 6517 bales the week before, and 1361 for
the week the year previous. At New Orleans the
receipts were 904'bales, agataBt 229 last season.
The total arrivals at me cotton ports from Sep?
tember 1,1869, opto the latest' mau dates, were
2,891,683 bales, in contrast with 2,117,765'bales
?the year before, showing an Increase of 773,918
bale*. Toe receipts at thc chief Southern centres
intelligence, have been as follows :
Mobile, . . ? . . - . ^0 353,456
Savannah, Augja8tZ4----- 198,008
^^iTtST i"" 2*383 144,861
The arrivals at the chief Southern centres from
Aneust 18th to the 24th, 1870, inclusive, ai re?
ported by telegraph, have been as follows. This
includes all points but North Carolina and over?
Angustie. 60....August 19.. 221)
August 20. 29... .August 22... 217 j- .4(
August 28.. 120.... August 24... 10? J
August 18. 36.... August 19.. WOY
August 20. 13.AUgUBt 22.. 7. ? 29!
August 23. 1....August24... 22J
August 18. 59.... August 19.. 40 Y
August20....... 140....August 22.. 186V 77
August 23. 107....August 24... 244J
AugnstlS. 263....August 19.. 2821 ...
August20. 165....August 22.. US\ 109
AugU8t23. 133....August 24... 134 J
Augnstl8... -....August 19.. -"I
August20. 16....August 22.. 10 Y 3
Angust23. - ...:AugUSt24... 8J
August 18. - ...August 19..- -1
August20. - ...August 22.. -> -
August 23. -.J_
The arrivals for the corresponding week las
The stocks of the article m sight at the lates
dates were as follows:
STATISTICAL POSITION- "70. ISM
Stock in Liverpool. S29>??? ^'S?
Sf??m?. 389,000 590,00
Afloat from America. ?.OOO ?0,00
Stock in London. ?.?3? ?Mg
Afloat for London. ftT
Stock in Havre. 15S.W0 53,48
. Afloat for Havre. W.K? 118,27
Stock In Bremen.... 20,650 6,18
Afloat for Bremen. .JV.- ,7?Z
Stock tn United States ports.. 86,458 14,38
Stock m Interior towna. 19,091 95
Excess in visible supply, com?
pared with 1869. 290,3?
Stock of cotton held by Man?
chester spinners at the mills 66,000 140,00
Price of mid. uplandB in Liver?
pool. 9@9Kd 13J?l
Priced mid. upl'ds in N.York. I9??c 3>)?<
Price of gold.17J<anx 32J?
I The following is the latest intelligence of th
.Bombay shipments, by special telegrams froi
Finlay, Clark A Co.:
Gt. Brit. Oont. Gt. Brit. Con
? Ex ports 6th
to 12th Au?
. Sive. 19,000 6,970 1<
ported. 716,000 146,000 844,143 171,9;
735,000 146,000 851,113 172,0:
Deficit to Great Britain.116.1
Deficit to Continent.27,0
The arrivals at this port for the week ha'
been - bags of sea islands and Floridas ar
1093 ba es uplands, against - bags or Beal
lands and Floridas and 1269 bales uplands tl
week before, and 2 bags or s ?a Islands and Floi
das and SH bales uplands for the same week la
year. These supplies have come as follows: s:
of uplands per South Carolina Railroad 1077 bal?
per Northeastern Rallro id 16, Edisto 1.
? THE COTTON MAUSET.- -Thls article has exhlt
ted a firmer character during the first of tl
week, and prices ' stiffened, but closed dall,
the foreign markets the staple opened at sj; a
rb for middling uplands, Improved to 9 vd, ai
receded to 9@9?d. At New York the rate coi
menced at 19 vc, Improved to 20c and declined
lOXc; while at this port middling uplands, wal
.began at I7,v@i7,vc, hardened to 1: val:,Vc t* 1
. The folio wing will show the movements at Llv<
pool and New York for this period. On Frida
August the 19th, the former closed firm, uplan
8%d, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was quiet
19Kc sales 130.0 bales. On Saturday the form
closed active and buoyant, uplands 9.vd, Bal
18,000 bales; the latter waa armer, uplands I9*j
Bales 1300 bales1. On Monday the former w
buoyant at 9vd, sales 15,000 bales; the latter w
firmer at 20c, sales 600 bales. On Tuesday tl
former was dull, uplands 9,H'd, sales 8,000 bale
the latter was dull at ia vc, sales 950 bales. (
Wednesday the former was dull, uplands firstname.lastname@example.org
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was dull and easl
at 19V c, sales 500 bales. Yesterday the former w:
dull at 9@9Vd ; the latter was dull at 19^c ? 1
The transactions la this market for the wa
have been as follows: On Friday, August l9t
there was a fair inquiry, at fnll rates, bnt tl
supply was light; sales of 125 bales; ordinary
good ordinary being quoted at 13@16c, low mi
diing 16V@17C, middling 17,v<ai:vc, and ?tri
middling 17vc V rb. On Saturday there was
fair demand at firmer rates, prices improving
some cases about vc ? lb; sales 175 bales; on
nary to good ordinary being qnoted at 13 v@iG.
low middling 17, middling l7,v@i: V. and strl
middling 18c $ tb. On Monday the inqu lry w
moderate, and prices steady; sales near 100 bale
prices unchanged. On Taesday, with some i
qnlry and a light supply, the market was rath
firmer, and prices very full; sales 110 bales; on
nary to good ordinary being quoted at U@l6j
low middling 17.v@l7,V, middling 17.V. and stri
middling 16c 9 lb. Oa Wednesday prices we
well sustained; sales 106 bales; ordinary to got
ordinary being qnoted at 14@17, low mlddlii
17,V@17X, middling 1: V, and strict middling
@16 Vc $ lb. Yesterday the market was qule
and stock light; sales less.than 50 bales, arnot
which were S at 15V; l a: ITV; 2 at 18; 5 at 18.'
and 14 on private terms. Wc quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.14 @17
Midd Un g.17J?@
fi Strict middling.18 @18,v
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The market for th
quality of the staple maintained a du ll charade
j and there were no transactions. Buyers w
! await the developments of the new crop and tl
progress of hostilities in Europe. Quotations a;
omitted as entirely nommai.
RICE.-Da the absence of stock the business I
tljls grain has been unimportant. A small lot 1
new clean Carolina, the first of the season, an
i.he earliest receipt ever known, was sold at ll
'* lb, classed fair. The crop is maturing rapid 1,
and with no disturbing influencer, eirly receip
may be looked for, when the market will assam
amore active appearance. Until rurther oper;
tipne, quotations are omitted.
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals have been to
fahr extent, and were about 2000 bbls. for tl
week. There has been only a limited busmen
doing, and we mote sales of spirits turpentine ?
35Kc;pale to extra pale roBln at $3 87?i@4 &
dull and No. 1 at $2 so.
HAT.-There have been received about 400 bait
of thlB article-all North River qualities. Sales <
this kind in a limited way have taken place :
tl 50 fl hundred.
CORN.-The market has been well supplied, an
about 35,000 bushels have come to hand from Bait
more, North Caro ina and New York. The art
cl? ls doll, and jobbing sales of prime white ha^
taken place at $13S@l 40c f> bnshel, weight, bat
Included, and jl30@i35c V bnshel for lnferi<
OATS.-The arrivals of this grain have been iii
eral. The trade ls mostly In a jobbing way i
about 860 H bushel, weight, bags included, ft
old, and 75c fl bushel for new.
FLOUR.-Thia article ls in fair stock, a modera
demand prevailing at slightly easier rate
Northern and Western fine may be quoted at j
y> bbl; super at $6 25?6 50 $ bbl; extra at f> '
@8 25 ft bbl, and family at $8 50@9 fi bbl. Soutl
ern qualities from new wheat are In better supp]
and are Fold at $7@7 50 for super. $8@8 25 f> bi
for extra, and $9@io fi bbl Tor family grades.
BACON.-Prime meat has maintained a stead
figure, the stock being moderate and deman
limited. Prime smoked ahoulders may be quote
at 16KC fi ft, and prime smoked clear rib B des i
19@l9tfc V ft. Salt meats, there are ont little 0
the market, and they are somewhat nominal
SUGAR AND MoLASs>8.-The BtockB are Ugh
but good to prime grocery sugars may be quote
al ll,H@12c fl ft. Muscovado molasses may t
quoted dull at 42@43c In hdds, and 45@4ec fi ga
lon in bbls.
BOTTER AND LARD-There ls a fair Btock c
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 35<
450 V lb; Chicago prime 29@30c V lb; Wee tern
and other lower grades sell front 2O@S0c fl B> i
country do at 25@30c ? lb, as io quality. Lard 1B
in good supply, and is held at I8?c.
BAIT.-About 2700 Backs were received coast,
wise. Lots from store Belling at $140?i 50 ??
INDIA BAGGING.-There ls some limited inquiry
for this article We quote" 31@32c "ft yard.
Dundee hagging, 44 inches, 1?? ?s for the
yard, ls held at 2Sc.
IRON BANDS AND TIES Tor cotton, of the raosr^
approved patterns, are offered on the marl-ct al
8@7c fl ft?
TIMBER ixb LUMBER.-The ms->et for this arti?
cle is dull. We quote timber, mr muling purposes
from $5?7. Shipping, timber $8@14; 4-4@5-4
flooring at $11@12 $ M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, Crom city milis, cut to size, from
i $15@22 fl M. by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct
nominal; via New York, 7-16d on uplands,
U-16don sea Islands; by sall nominal. To Havre
( nommai. Coastwise - to New York, by Bteam,
Kc on uplands and ?c on sea islands;
$1 oe fl tierce on rice; by sail, ?c on
j cotton; - ? tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on
roeta; $7@$8 ? M on lumber; $9@10 * Mon tim?
ber. To Boston, by Bah, ?@Xc ? lb on upland
cotton. To Providence, $8 fl M on boards, ?c
1 fl lb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kc ft ? on uplands; by sall, $7 TP M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 fl ton oh clay, and $S@3 50 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, ?c ? rn;
by saU, $6 60@7 fl M on boards; $3@3 25 fl ton
; on phosphate rock. Vescels are In demand by
' our merchants to take lumber freights from
' Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
' $10@12 fl M are rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERUNO BILLS.-The rate yester
j day was nommai for 60 day bills.
I DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are parchas
1 lng sight checks on New York par to J? prem.; 5
days ? off; 10 days ? off; 15 days & off; 20 days
-; 80 days -.. They are selling sight checks at
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
' 16 and selling at 17@19.
Marketa by Telegraph.
1 LONDON, August 25.-Noon-Consols 61Bonds
i 68?. Bank rate reduced 4 per cent.
Evening.-Turpentine firmer at 29s.
Latest.-Consols 91 ?; bonds 87? Sugar active.
? LIVERPOOL, August 2?.-Noon-Cotton opens
i doll; uplands 9a9?d; Orleans 9?a9?d; sales 6000
'Afternoon.-Cotton, downward tendency. Pork
? 1803. Lard dull. Beef dull at 123s ed.
Evening.-Cotton closed with an upward ten?
dency; upland 9d; Orleans 9';d; sales 9000 bal ;s;
} export and speculation 2000 bales. Corn 30s.
) Tallow 45s Cd.
FRANEFORT, August 25.-Bonds heavy at Bl ??a
j NEW YORE, August 25.-Noon-Flour firm.
I Wheat quiet and firm. Corn steady. Pork $28.
. Lard firm. Cotton quiet and weak; uplands 19&c;
:. Orleans 20?c; sales five hundred bales. Turpen
. tine39?a40c. Rosin; strained $190. Freights
t Arm. Stocks dull. Gold 17?. Money 4a5 per
j cent. Sterling, long 9? ; short 10?. Bonds ll ? ;
, Tennessees 62;new 59?. Virginios 64?; new 62.
Louisianas 70; new 64. Levees 72; eights 66. Ala
. bamas, eights 97?; Aves 70. Georgia, sixes 62?;
? sevens 91?. North Caiollnas 51?*'; new i9. South
i Carolinas 80; new 72?.
? Evening.-Money easy at 4a6per cent. Ex
1 change doll and nominally unchanged. Gold
. lcj.ai;. Governments heavy and lower. Slxty
) twos ll?. Southerns dull. Tennessees and Vlr
l glnias Eomewhat stronger. Cotton dull and un
. changed; sales 1000 bales; middling uplands
- I9?c Flour-State and Western firmer, leas ac*
, tlve; superfine $5 40a5 66; Southern steady; com
9 moa to fair extra $6ac 90. Wheat quite firm;
t winter red and Western amber $140al 42; white
r Southern $1 65al eo. Corn unchanged. Beef
3 quiet. Pork $27 95a26. Lard steady. Whiskey
, 94>?a9t'C. Groceries dull. Turpentine quiet. Rosin
3 firm. Tallow 9?a9?c. Freights firmer;on wheat
i by steam 5?ae?.
? BALTIMORE, August 25.-Flour unchanged.
; Wheat active; white $140al 65. White corn $l 05
! al 12; Southern yellow 90a95c. Provisions un
, changed. Whiskey 92a93c.
CINCINNATI, August 25-Flour dull and un
i changed. Corn dull at 77a78c. Whiskey duh at
, 90891c. Pork $28 50. Shoulders 14?; clear sides
; 17 V. Lard 16.
LOUISVILLE, August 25.-Bagging active at
i 2P-;a30c. Flour declining; extra family $5 50.
i Corn unchanged. Mess pork $29. Shoulders 14?;
clear sides is?. Whiskey Ola92.
; ST.LOUIS, August 25.-Hempen bagging Arm and
i unchanged. Flour and corn dull. Whiskey 94c.
i Provisions quiet. Bacon, on orders, shoulders
. l4?c; clear sides I8?c. Lard 16al6?c.
AUGUSTA. August 25.-Cotton dull and easier;
; sales 106 bales; receipts 50; middlings I7?al7?c.
i SAVANNAH, August 25.-Cotton opened active,
; but is now quiet; offerings very light; low mid?
dlings 17?al7?c; sales 200_bales; net receipts
. 137; stock 1284.
MOBILE, August 2.\-Cotton easy, middlings
I7?al8c; sales 50 bales; net receipts 34; exports
coastwise l; stock 9358.
GALVESTON, August 25.-Cotton quiet and firm;
good ordinary 15c; net iecelpts 27 bales; stock
NEW ORLEANS, August 20.-Cotton dull, and
tendency down; middlings I7?al7?c; net. re?
ceipts 68 bales; coastwise l; total 69; exports to
Great Britain 703; coastwise 1017; stock 29,316.
Sterling 29?a30. Sight ? premium. Gold 17.
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, August 23 : The mar
ket is fairly active and steady for the best grades,
but on common sorts the feeling is rather un?
settled. Sales of 160 bags Patna at 8?e, and 300
bags Rangoon at 7a7?c; Carolina common to
good per cwt $8 75a9; Carolina prime to fancv
pi.r cwt $9 2589 37?; Rangoon per lb 7a7?; Ran?
goon, gold in bond, per lb 3?a3?.
From the Journal of Commerce : The market is
rather quiet. Prime grades are scarce and fairly
steady, but the poorer qualities are dull; soo bags
Rangoon, duty paid, sold at 7a"?c, currency,
and 175 bags Patna at g?c.
WILMINGTON, August 24.-TURPENTINE-Only
90 bbls received, which sold at $2 26 for soft, and
$1 20 for bard, per 28u lbs.
SriRrrs TURPENTINE-Sales 201 bbls at 35?c
per gallon lor Southern.
ROSIN.-Sales of 3035 hWs at $i 50 for strained,
and $2 60 for No. 1.
TAR.-18 bbls sold at $2 per bbl.
NORFOLK, August 23.-COTTON.-Receipt s for
the week 366 bales. The demund ls light, and
confined to the better sorts, for wh ch. in
straight even lots, there ls a fair inquiry at 16?c;
but for the lower grades and inferior there is no
demand, and buyers for it are scarce at a large
deduction. There ls considerable badly mixed,
packed cotton remaining, which is hard to pla-e
at any price. The tone of the market for beat
sorts is a little strengthened today by better
CORN.-Receipts 10,700 bushels. There is a
steady, small demand. Sales early in the week
at $105al 07 F r white; bat at the close there is
some weakness, and the highest rates are not
maintained. Unsound, heated und fly-cut, out
of-order corn is not so saleable; for such 90aMe
?has been accepted.
Interior Cotton Markets.
MACON, August 23.-Receipts to-dav 8 bales;
sales 55; shipped 133. The market ls steady and
firm at I6?c for low middlings. Demand mode?
rate and offerings light.
ATLANTA, August 23 -The market closed at
17c for middlings; 15 for low middling; 14 for good
ordinary; 13 for ordinary.
MONTGOMERY. August 23-Our cotton mar?
ket ls qalet and unsettled.
?rat Quarter, 4th, 3 hours. 31 minutes, morn lng
Full Moon, nth. 3 hours, 63 minutes, morning
Last Quarter. 19th, 2 hours. 30 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 26th. 4 hours, 5 minutes, evening.
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NOTE,-We have deducted from New Orleans
05,058 bales uplands, from Mobile 1124 bales, from
Savannah 6605 bags Bea island and 93 bales up?
land, and from Charleston 4720 bags sea Island and
178 bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, fi yara
Bundee. 25 @ 46
Gunny Cloth. 31 & 32
New York Double Anchor, 44
inches, 2>?ths. 35 <a
BALE KOPE, .ft lb
Western.!!*.! '? a 12*
BITTER-Goshen. 30 S 40
County..... a a 30
COTTON, ft re
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 14 ? 17
Low middling. V)i? 17?
Middling to strict middling... 17#a 18?4
Good middling. a
Sea Island. 40 @ 100
COFFZB, ft ft
RIO. 20 ? 22
Lagnayra. 24 a 26
Java. 28 fi 30
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 lbs. 60 00 @
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 @
Double Refined Poudrette. 30 00 @
Niles'Phosphate. 63 00 @
Peruvian Guano, ft 2240 lbs...loo 00 @
Pacific Guano, ft 2000 lbs. 65 00 @
Phoenix Guano. 66 00 @
Baugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs 60 00 @
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs 65 00 @
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 50 @
Orchilio Guano ($40 time). 35 00 @
Land Plaster. 13 00 @ 15 00
Mapes' Super Phos, ft 2O00 lbs. 65 00 @
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 @
Wooiston's Vege'or, ft 2000 lbs 66 00 @
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.rhos. net 60 00 @
Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60 00 a
gardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 <a
Patansco Guano. 65 00 @
E- Frank Co's Amtuoniated
Bone Phosphate.60 00 @
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone.... 02 00 a
Whann's Superphosphate.05 00 @ 75 00
Etiwan Guano, Nol ($60 time) 54 00 @
Etiwan Guano, No 2 (?60 time) 63 00 @
Zed's Ammonlited Bone Phos?
phate ($:o time). 60 co a
Russel Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($65
, ?hne). 60 00 @
FLOUR, ft bbl
Fine. 6 00 @
Super. 6 25 @ 6 60
Northern and Western Extra. 7 25 @ 8 25
Baltimore Extra. @
Southern-Super....'.!.. 700 @ 7 50
Extra. 8 00 @ 8 25
Family. 8 00 @ 10 00
GRAIN, fi bushel
Maryland Oats. 75 @ 85
Western Oats. a
"Corn. 1 30 @ 1 40
HAT, ft cwt
North River. 1 50 a
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 @ 66 0o
White Pine, good run. 38 00 @4000
Yellow Pine.2000 a 24 00
Boards, rough. ll 00 fi 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 fi 32 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 31 a
Muscovado. . 42 & 4C.
Sujrar-house. 60 fi 1 00
New Orleans. 77 @
NAVAL STORKS, fk fbi
Rosin, pale. . 3 70 @ 4 25
Rosin, No. l. . .. 190 @ 3 00
Rosin, No, 2. 1 35 @ 1 CO
Rosin, No. 8. 1 30 &
Spirits Turpentine, ft nil?n.. .. @ 35;.:
Oakum, ft ft. 16 @ .. "
NAILS-American 4#20d" ft keg sos @ 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 ft
Becon, Hains. 24 @ 27
.cid0fl. ?9 fi 19;j
Strips. 20 @
Lard, in keg. 18>i@ 19
Butter. 30 fi 40
Cheese. 35 @ 30
Potatoes, Irish, ft bbl. 2 00 @ 3 00
Sweet. 3 50 fi 4 00
Apples. . .... ?. @
Eggs. 25 ? 30
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 5 00 a 6 00
RICE, fi ft-Carolina. @
East India. @
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 3 40 @ 1 50
Liverpool, Une. a
SUGAR, fi ft-Raw. a
Porto Rico. a
Muscovado. 30 @ 13 V
BEESWAX-fi ft. 38 a 40'
iti?ES. Green-fi ft. 08 a
Dry. 18 a
CHESTNUTS- fi bushel. 4 00 @
Storks of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not Included in thc Iteceipts.
Augusta* Ham 'g.... Augun 19 2,470 200
Macon, Ga.August 19 3,203 72
Columbus, Ga.: .-.August 19 2,200 200
Montgomery, Ala.August 19 2,380 140
Selma, Ala.August 19 1,485 162
Memphis, Tenn.August 19 4,2*7 170
Nashville, Tenn.Angustio 3,148 68
Total.. 10.091 968
Export? o?* Rice, Naval Stores and Lam?
ber from the Port ot* Charleston, from
September 1, 1869, to Angnst ?5,1870.
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
Comparative Export? of Cotton and Rice
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1,1609, to Aaguat 23. 1S70.
S. I.iUp'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
Ton G. Britain
OHier Fr. Ports
N. of Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. 4c Nr'folk
132 3061 119
10, 10599; 3036
....I 152041 5797
333 . 4254
Oth. TJ. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
Grand Total. ! 128481235784?28889
,.| 107021 3071
151 194791 6399
43 109 1402
GLASGOW-Per bark Eva H Fisk-700 bbls rosin,
025 tons phosphates.
Receipt? by Railroad, Angnst 25.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
193 bales cotton, 87 bales goods. 47 bids naval
stores, 605 sacks flour, 160 bul* flour, 340 sacks
bran, cars lumber aud wood. To W W Smith, G
H Walter A co, E J Wlss A co, Pelzer, Rodgers A
co, W C Cour:ney A co, J Adger A co, Claghorn,
Herring A co, J N Robson, Stenhouse A co, J M
Reamer. J C Mollonee, Caldwell .t Son, Wagner &
Murdaugh, Dowling A co, Smith A Chapeau and
Frost A Adger.
CHARLESTON, S. C., AUGUST 26
Merchants' Line sehr Florence Rodgers. Shep?
pard, New York-0 days. Mdse. To W Roach A
co, J E Adger A co, Adams, Damon A co, E Bates
A co, C D Ahrens A co, U Dischoff A co, W M Hird
A co, E E Bedford, T W Bliss, ur Daer, C Bart A
co, C Berbusse, ll Bulwlnkle, Bollmann Bros, T M
Cater, Crane, Hov la ton <fc co. Cameron, Barkley &
co, A F Chevereux, R Caldwell, Met) Cohen, J c ll
Claussen. Dowie, Moise A Davis, I L Falk A- co, J
S Fairly A co, C D Francke, C Gravely, Goodrich,
Wlneinnn A co, Guy A Kinloch, Hart A co, G S
Hacker, A Johnson, J P Keip, U Klatte A co. Wm
Marscher, Kinsman A Rowed, C LUlenthall. Mul?
ler A Wieters, Murphy A Little, S R Marsh-ill. J F
O'Neill A Son, Man tone A co, B O'Neill, W A Per?
ry, J ll Peterman, Pelzcr, I-odgers A co, S U Rail?
road Agent, N E P.allroad Agent. Steffens, Werner
A Ducker. Ravenel & Holmes, w Sheppard it co,
O A Trenholm A Son. Mrs A Tannl-iasou. Wagner
A Monsees, P P Toale, G W williams A co, J N M
Wohltmann. J ll Wurhmann. L Weiskopf. North,
Steele A Wardell. ?V G Whil Jen A co, and S Yea?
behr Clara Montgomery. Borden, New York-4
day*. Acids and mdse. To W Roach A co. Rail?
road Agent, Wando Mining and Manufacturing
Compauy, Adams, Damon A co, J E Adger A co,
C D Ahrens A co, Bollmann Bros, ll Bulwinkle A
co, J J Boesch, W M Bird A co, F C Borner. JOH
Claussen, dane, lioylston A co, Cameron, Bark?
ley A co, J Campsen A co, E R Cowperthwalt, W
C Dukes A co, Dowie, Moise A Davis, D F Fleming
A co, C Gravely, J W Harrisson, J S Hyer, Hart A
co, T M Horsey, Huger A Ravenel, J K Heath, S R
Marshall, Holmes A Calder, Kinsman A Howell,
Kllnck, Wickenberg A co, Ostendorf A co, A O
Stone, B O'Neill, W Sheppard A co, Steffens, Wer?
ner A Ducker, P P Toale, J Wiley A co. G W Wil?
liams A co, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, Wagner A
Monsees, W L Webb, Mulford A Sprague, J C W,
J B Falser, Order and others.
Sehr L N Novell, McLaln, New York-5 days.
Corn and oats. To J A Enslow A co, and W B
Smith A co.
Sehr Helene, Horton, New York-6 days. Salt.
To W Roach A co and G W Willlama A co.
Bark Eva H Fisk, Em. ry. Glasgow-Street Bros
Sehr D Talbot, Amesbury, Wilmington, Del.
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr J M Fitzpatrick, Smith, Philadelphia, Au?
Sehr Dearborn, Peters, Jacksonville, Fla, Au?
List of Shipping
Us' THE PORT OF CHARLESTON, ACOOST 25.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adgcr's wharf.
for New York, loading-James Adjrer A co.
J W Everman, Cid tons, Hinckley, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A
Maryland, 531 lons. Johnson, nt Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-Paul C Trenholm.
Eva H Fisk. 562 tons. Emery, at Atlantic wharf,
for a Port in Great Britain, ready-Street
Bros A co.
Flori M Uulbiirt,494ion.<\ Ililey, at Atlantic wharr,
for ?Port in Great Britain, loading-W Roach
Times. (Br,) - tons, Bryant, at Quarantine, from
Bermuda, waiting-B 3 Rhett A Son.
Kathleen, (Br,) -tons. Lester, at Accommodation
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-H caul.
Vinco, (Br,) 434 tons, Doyle, In ihe Stream, from
Middleboro', Eng, just arrived-H Card.
Lewis Clark, 209 tons, Cobb, a: Kerr's wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-J A Enslow A
F H Jennings, 320 tons, Noble, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Boston, loading-W Roach A oo.
James Crosby, 179 tons, Baldwin in Ashley
River, for Providence, loading-H F Eaker A
N W Smith, 365 tons, rooker, at Marshall's wharf,
for New York, loading-W Roach A co.
Lilly, 412 tons, Hughes.ln Ashley River, for New
York, loading-W Roach A co. "
Wantanga, 127 tons. Munro, lu Ashley River, for
E J Palmer, 197 tons, Smoot, in Ashley River,
for Bait more, loading-Street Bros A co.
D F Keeling, 209 tons, Robinson, in Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-Street Bros A co.
Mott BedelL 177 tons, Bedell, at Brown 4 co's
wnarf, from Norfolk, Va, ?Usckarging-Mas
B N HawklnB, 369 tons, Morris, at Auger's wharf,
from New York, dlscharing-W Beach A oo.
Minnie Reppner, 344 tons, w?ekB, at Fairchild's
wharf, from Baltimore, dlscharging-H F
Baker A co.
Zeta Psi, 234 tons, Thompson, at Johnson's wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A
L N Lovell, 162 tons, McLaln, at Atlantic wharf,
from New York, discharging-J A Enslow &
Florence Rogers, - tone, Sheppard, at Adger's
wharf, rrom New York, discbarglng-Wm
Roach A co.
Helene, - tons. Horton, at Union wharf, from
New York, discharging-Master.
Clara Montgomery, - tons, Borten, at Wando
Company's wharf, from New Turk, dlvchorg
ing-W Roach A co.
OF, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS TORT.
F o R?T? G N .
Tlie R B Cove, Harkness, np.July 12
Bark Aiinie Kimball, Stineon, up.July 16
DOM E~8 TIC.
Brig Minnie Abbie, Barding, cleared.. .Augast 21
Brig C V Williams, Thompson, cleared..Angnst 18
Sehr Matilda Brooks, Jones; cleared... .Angnst 20
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, cleared.Angnst 6
Sehr Geo B Squire, Tlmmons, np.July 23
Sehr Jos Segar, Ellis, cleared.Angnst 21
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, np.Angnst 13
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, np.Angurt 18
LIST OF LETTERS remaining In the Postoffice
at Charleston, for the week ending August 25,
1870, and printed officially in THE DAILY NEWS,
as the newspaper having the largest circulation
in the City of Charleston.
Ja?-Persons calling for Letters Advertised,
should state that they are "Advertised."
49~ Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6% P. M. On
Sundays, from 5tf to 63? P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Adams, Miss Gaillard, MissD Mitchell,Harriet
Annie E B Miles. Anna
Adams, Amelia Gates Charlotte Mnrelster, Miss
W Ged dis, Emeline M
Allison, Patsy Gibson, Abbie Morris, Catherin
Jane (col'di Clover, Mrs II I Morrison, Elvira
Anderson, Ma- Goddard, Mrs Murry, Mary
ria Winiam McCormick,
Armitage, Lau- Grave, Dianah Maggie
ra M McCabe, Mrs M
Anson, Rebecca Graham. Miss E
Bennett, Mrs A LUCY M UcKeepan. Ann
G Grant, Rinah McMalister.Mlss
Bernhardt, Mrs Gunnell, Georgi- Mackey
C tl enna Sights, Sarah
Benson,Alice W Hay, Mary A Ann
Bnhlnjan, Mrs F aaren.-, R Gene Sevens, Mrs L
W via Dowd Nolen. Jane
Buce, Henrietta Harrison, Sarah?>orrls, Carrie
brown, Juda Ann O'Connor, Mrs
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Brown, Eliza C Harvey, Nancey iOhland, Mrs A
Brown, Emma Haig, Susan M orciade, Emily
Brown, Matilda]Harmon, .Mrs [Farmer, Rebec
Brown, Margret i Ann ca
Brown, Miss Hargrave, Fie- Patterson, Rosa
Francis leila Philips, Sarah
Byrne, Mrs John Hargls, Miss Philips, Mts U L
Burley, Mrs Wm Hannan W Reed, Mrs Caro
H Hayward, Miss line
Capera, Mrs Eu- s Ren? ty.Bridget
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Cane, Janey F V ROBS, Charity
Carrold, Clara Hudson, Mrs Al- Rodlft, Ann
Campbell, Nan- lert Sandes, Mrs A
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Chap?n, Jose- Lizzie Henrietta
phlne Jackson, Cathe- Schmidt, Mrs H
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ret c 'Kennedy, Eliza Sheridan, Marla
Crosland, Mrs iKeith, Susan Simmons, Marla
Ellen (col'd) Simmons, Mar
Curt Ls, Mrs Kos ah, Annie tha
Jane .Lausoc. Mary Smith, Katie
Cunningham, ?Ladson, Venus.Smith, Marie
bridget Lalo, Rosanna Smalls, Mrs T
Davis, Miss B Legree, Rosa steedmen. Miss
Davids, Ange- Lewis, Cathrine Stewart, Miss
line Lewis, Mrs A W Ann
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Dickerson, Rosa Loyal, Marnte A Sullivan, Han
Duley, Kate Lucas, Jane nah
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Dunn, Mrs Chas Lyons. Magret A
Edgerson, Ade- Mehrteus, Mrs Tweed, Ellen
hue E L Cmphrks, Mrs
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Gardner, Rosa Eliza Whitman, Caro
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Alston, col J ?Green, George osgood, George
Motte ?Guerard. Ed P Papsey.Andrew
Alston, BF Hartwell, Jno Parker, J
Allston, PH Harney, T Pendergrass,
Alien. George Hamilton, C J ? Isaac
ARN, I Henry, John F Petty, Edward
Barlow, James | A Co Pearlston, F
Baker, capt Jas Hencken, C F Pepe, Geo P
M C Henne, A Preaveaus,
Blssian, Snead Heywcod. isard Ephraim
tilank, Il Hughes, Geo Quinn, Thos
Blake, Walter i Coffin oulgley. Wm J
Lusher A Lend- Jaretzky, Mo- Huberts, Sam
. helm i ritz uel R
Bolles. W ll ?Johnston, Roulenskv, Wm
Urowu, B H I Butcher Rolands, bz
Brown, W J ?Jones, Richard Rouse, WM
Brown, Moses Kocster, Theo Shoughnesv, M
Browning, W TlKolnmann, I o
Bradley, Wm T Deaderick .?avage, Wm
Brunges, Mr W Lawrence, P.ob- Sams, C A
Bradford, Willie! ert Schvenfleld,
Bursch, Geo Lew!?, H A Scharlz, Gott
Camerou, S Lohnmann, leib
Calder. H F Fritz Sheppard, Wm
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Chichester, H B Martz, Jacob mand
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Cherry, Henry Marzyck, Ste- Uvlttle, Allen
Coles, Joseph plien Smith, Wm
Costed, James iMappus.Jno Smalls, Benj
Conroy, Patrick|Mehrtens, Chris- Sneeder Jno L
Curry,Solomons, iophel Stephens,James
Cusick, N 'Miller, Peter L stavier, James
Daley A Ray I Miller, D R Symonds, F H
?unls, Edward Miller, Jno G Thorn, Isaac
Drayton, Isaac'Miller, A Co, Thayer, Robert
Duffy, Win i Wm iThompaon, Al
Eberhart. H C Miller, Charles len
Easterby, S R ; E Turner, Wm
E lls, Hayne ;Mlche, A Venniug, W C
Evens, Geo W ?Mickey, Edward WaUace, John
Expectant, ?Minde, Aristide Wa> ley, T
Fields, Prince ?Morse, Anspn Warren, WP
Fisher, GcW :Moultree, Jam es I Watson, John H
Floetmanu, Mulloy, Michael Walker, Alfred
Chas iMcCurdy ADuke Warley, Theo
Fox, John H McCreary, B B Webb, Walter B
Ford, Wm ?McCante, Thos Webb, Walter
Frendenberg, iMclntlre, H C Webb.TG
Henry |McGuire, Ed- Webb, G C
Frazer, John ward Weleh, Peter
Prater, Benj F Nicholson, W H Whim cv. WU
Fuller, JohuU O'Brien, Wm liam"
Gilbert, M |OIdenbut;le, Wlnstock, B M
Gilmore, Jno John Wilson, James
Glover, James lOustin, Robert T
Gosse, T lOsborn, Jamery Wreden, Henry
Grave, J HP |....Zerbst, F H
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will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a let?
ter cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dead
i?taclii?urD, (Eastings, &t.
"WEED'' FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the heit ?n use.
For tale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. All kinds of
Machine attachments. Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored.) Silk, Oil. Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples of
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer in First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 King stree:,
augl7_ Charleston. S. C.
"gACON'S TRUNK ENGINES !
FOR ALL PURPOSES. COMPACT, DURABLE
BACON'S STEAM AND BELT
For Manufacturers, Stores, Docks, Ships, Ac.
Price list on application.
DELAMATER IRON WORKS,
Foot of West Thirteenth Btreet, New York. '
JpOR NEW YORK-THUESDAY. ^
The Splendid New Iron Screw Steamship
"CLYDE," wlil sail for New York on THURSDAY,
September 1, at 4 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2,
Union Wharves, connecting with Day Passenger
Trains from Columbia and Augusta, arriving at
The "CLYDE" will connect closely with the
Liverpool Steamship "WISCONSIN," of Messrs.
WILLIAMS A OUION'S Line, sailing September
Insurance by Steamers of this Line hi per cent.
.For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine stateroom accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JOE NEW YORK.
[ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, AT 5 O'CLOCK P. M.J
OLD LINE NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The superior first-clnss Bide-wheel steamship
CHAMPION, R. W. Lockwood, Commander, will
leave Adger's Wharf ss above.
4S" The CHAMPION is one of the best and
largest steamships en the Atlantic Coast, and her
table is supplied with all of the delicacies of the
New York and Charleston markets.
49- Insurance by this lone half percent.
49" The MANHATTAN follows on SATURDAY,
September 3d, at 12 o'clock M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
aug22-6_JAMfaS ADQER A CO.
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOS?
TON, AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTH?
The fine Steamship "MARYLAND," ^fMBfc,
Johnson, Commander, will sail for??yj?|2
Baltimore on SATURDAY, 27th August, at 4 o'clock
49* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple tune to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TKENHOLM, Agent,
ang24-4 No. 2 Union Wharves.
J! O R PHILADELPHIA.
THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Screw Steamship J. W. EVER-^JtTJ|>L
MAN, Hinckley. Commander, will saU
for Philadelphia direct, on FRIDAY, August 26th,.
at 6 o'clock P. M., from Brown's South Wharf. *g
49" Insurance by the steamers .of tuts Line ?
For Freight engagements, or rassagc (cabin
$15,) apply to
WM. A. COURTENAY, Age.-., f
aug22-mtmbf4_No. 1 Union Wharves.
-pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of tie above liDe leave Pier,
No. i-j.. North River, root or catraij_
strei t, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, ol the RE
i '.'1st of tverv month (except when these
dates lal! on Sunday, then the Saturday preced?
Departure of the 2lst connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central American
ports. Those of 5tn touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship COLORADO, Captain Farnsworth,
leaves San Francisco lor Japan and China Sep?
. No California steamers touch at Havana, bet
go direct from New York to Asplnwall.
Une hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance iree.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal suter. North River, New
York. ,F. R. BABY, Agent.
?pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VIA SOUTH ISLAND AND
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain
J. T. Foster, having been thorough-_
ly overhauled audrefltted, will receive Freigut ut
Accommodation Wharf on MONDAY, the 29th Inst*,
and leave on THURSDAY MORNING, September 1st,
at 5 o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, having superior state?
room accommodations, applv to
KAVENEL A HOLMES.
ang2fi-5 No. 177 fcast Bay.
(ONCE A WEEK,)
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
ST. JOHN'S RIVER
The Steamer DICTATOR will sall
on and after the5th July for above!_
places every TUESDAY EVENING, at So'caxNL
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
meals and berth, $3._julyl
rJIBE ONLY INLAND ROUTE.
FOR ED1STO AND ENTERPRISE. VIA JOHN'S
ISLAND FERRY. CHURCH FLATS. TOUNG'S
ISLAND, BEAR'S BLUFF, Ac.
The Steamer "ARGO," Captain
J. H. Proctor, ls now receiving., _
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave
as per the following time table, until further no?
Monday, Aug. 1, BX A M.Tuesday, Aug 2, 7AM
Thursday, Aug 4,10 A MiFrlrlay, Aug 5, 9 Itt
Monday, Aug 8, 1PM Tuesday, Aug 9, 1 PM
Thursday, Angil, 6 AMiFrldny, Aug 12, 6 AM
Monday, Aug 15, 8 A M.Tuesday, Aug ir, 7 AM
Thursday, Aug 18,10 A M ?Friday. Aug 19, 9>? A M
Monday, Aug 22.1 P M'Tuesday, Ang 23, 12 M
Thursday, Aug25, ' A M-Friday, Aug 26, 5 AM
Monday, Aug 29, 'X AM,Tuesday, Aug30,6>? AM
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to
D04?A5 NISBET. Agent,
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
wharf._ ang4 A
T7ESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
V MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect-,
fully Invited to cali and examine the
quality and prices of our GOODS,
guaranteed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO..
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Oharl'-ston. S. C.
49- Branch oi No. 900 Broadway, ?sw York.
GEORGE PAGE & CO.
Pa?en: Portable Circular Saw Mills,
Stationary and Portabia r^RS?
GRIST MILLS, ?Cc / j>|\
No. 5 Schroeder Street; / jf \
BALTIMORE, MD. / -rJUn^l
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