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CANVASS ZN AIKEN AND
Arnim'* Chance, for the Senate-The
Rival Candidate? tn Eastfield- How
m Row was Prevented.
[FROM AN OCCASIONAL CORRBSrONDBNT.]
AIKEN, S. C., May 22. 1872.
Having seen Borne allusions lu a recent iBSue
of your valuable Journal to tbe political as
plrantsof "Aiken County/' I have determined
to give yon the real facts in the case. There
is bat one man in the county who stands the
least chance for the Senate, and he ls Captain
Allen, Conservative. By far too much im?
portance has been attached to the man Arnim,
who was alluded to by your correj-poudent.
He ls unab'e to control even a dozen votes In
bis own party. He ls regarded by both the
partleaas being one who has played himself
entirely out, amt lt ls generally conceded that
the only chance to keep the Senaie lrcm
being dissraced by the presence ot Prince
Rivers is for the good men of both parties to
support Captain A len.
Th?* same ?ate of affairs I Und existing In
Edgefield. Om* J. A. a'arker, aid tj Uv} ir
General "M. C." El'iott, na? had ihe assurance
to aunounce himself a candidate tor ihe Sen?
ate from that county. The uood men Insist
upon runnlmr Hon. John Woolley in opposi?
tion to this man, and I apprehend that lt Mr.
Woolley determines ti? taKe the fle^d, that the
fellow Barker will not have the pleasure of
casting bis vote tor Scott lor the United States
Senat?. I find the co'ored people ot Edgefield
well disposed towards Mr. Woolley. He has
expended his Individual money to build school?
houses in varlou-> paris of the county, and no
one has contrlnuted more towards the Im?
provement of the colored cnlloreu than he
has. Mr. Woolley enjoys the confidence of the
reepeciable portions ot hoi h parties, and lt rs
only such creatures as Eichelberger and Bar?
ker who are atietnpi lng to detract from lils
usefulness as a "true Republican."
Barker was noisy lu his denunciations ot
Mr. Woollev, at the E-igefield meeting on Sat?
urday nl*ht Wt, and had lr. not been tor ihe
presence ot Captain McDevett, and other
prominent Republicans, a serious difficulty
wouid doubtless have occurred between them.
Under the present municipal control, Edge
field has greatly Improved. The money con?
tributed by Mr. Woolley for the Improvement
of the park is being Judiciously expended, and
soon Edgefield will be one of the most pleas?
ant aud beautiful towns in the Sta'e. Tun
NEWS ls very popular here, and your agent
should pay us a flyiug visit-en passant, us
the French have it. DERBY.
A GERMAN EXODUS.
Wholesale Km l grail on to America.
[Correspondence Manchester Gnardlan.j
BERLIN, May 4.
It Isa rather carious fact that Just at ihis
present moment, when the fortuues of Ger?
many appear to have reached toe top of the
wheel, the number of her sons who are de?
sirous of leaving her and of seeking a home
la the far West ls greater than lt has ever
been at any former period. Tho calibration
question is assomiog very serious dimensions
tor some parts of the kingdom ot Rrussla, but
more especially the provinces of Pomerania.
West Prussia, and the more northerly dlBirlcls
of Posen. In most of the vlllag-s lu the first
mentioned province many of the peasants'
houses are either empty or being pulled down,
aud the small proprietors are seldog fur
twenty five per cent, under recent values
In order to realize quickly and reach
the land ot promise with ihe least possible de?
lay. Little holdings which only a short lime
ago were very much in demand are now a
mere drug lu the market, ana it ls difficult to
find purchasers at any price. A Pomeranian
land-owner writes that his own village, which
is only a very little one. had lost i hin y ot its
mos' able laborers on the 1st April, and that
another village lo h s neighborhood had al
' ready lost ail Its inhabitants except three fami?
lies; but these intended to follow the lead in a
few weeks. The place would then become a
"deserted village," In the strictest sense,
though not at all like that of Goldsmith's
"Sweet Auburn," as the desertion Is not occa?
sioned by the rich man's vanity of a park, but
ls directly against his wisbea and Interests.
He would giadiy keep his poorer neighbors
with him If he could, for with them his wealth
will emigrate too. It is easy lo obtain ocular
d?monstration ot the height of the preseot
emigration fever bv paying an "evening vltdt
to the Potsdam or Hamburg Railway station.
At the former I have of>en seen hun?
dreds ot emigrants encamping on the bare
boards, sitting on their luggage; surrounded
by the wreck of their hoiinenoid gods, and
soothing their bable-?, while walting fur the
next train for Bremen, where they will em?
bark for America, Tne first Instinctive feel?
ing at such a sight is one of pity; but it ls cer?
tainly very much misplaced, as the emigrants
are far the most part extremely happy lu the
hopes that have prompted their siep, and
which In most cases are fulfilled. This ever
increasing exodus ls a great misfortune tor
the country-at least tor those who stay be?
hind In lt-as lt Involves a great loss of national
weall h ; but tor the emigrants themselves me
gain is not Inconsiderable. This is proved by
tne fact that the emigration fever generally
etblblu itself asan epiuemlo. One mao caught
by the agent and sent out becomes a decoy
b rd for a wnole village, and perhaps, a
whole district, and the accounts and money
which he sends home in a couple of years
will draw a 1 his family and half nls acquain?
tances alter bim. The argument whlou win
first suggest Itself to the political economist 'is
that it the land-owner wl-hrs to keep bis la?
borers he must improve their position by giv?
ing them belter wages. Fact", however,^
directly opposed to this theory, as lils pre?
cisely from those paris of tho emin try in
which toe laborers are the most liberally paid
that the tide of emigration Bets in the
strongest. The reason la that the hLrher the
wages the sooner his ifee laborer saved th?
adm required for Ma pat-sage and first seule?
ment in nls new home; and when that ls ac?
complished he V> off at once.* In this manner
lt has actually become theiaod-nolder's private
iotereat not to treal his men too well, leal he
should furnish them with the winga tor their
flight. Such a moi Ive for keeping wages down
ls, of course, a very low and Immoral one; but
lt cannot fa.il to exert some force.
On the other band, lt outs two ways, as lt
maltes the ooutrast greater betweeu
the laborer's own position and the
pictures Bent back to bim of- that ol his
old friends who have already crossed the At?
lantic. II. again, the p ditlcal economist
should urge thai there must be a certain limit,
Or rather amount of Improvement in the la
borer's position which would induce him to
remain at nome, the answer is ihat to reach
bim that limit woa d involve the payment of
such wagea as would completely ru li*' the land?
holder, This brings us to the real seat of the
evil, in as far as it can be considered as one.
The prtce ot land lu German v-at least in
some paris of it-lately has heed too high. A
very large number of estates have changed
hands, and the sums paid were such as not to
leave the farmer a sufficient margin (or work
- lng capital. This ls all the more unfortunate,
Deoause by far the greater part ol ihe land la
farmed by tts proprietors, lune and great, and
not leased to tenants. In order to find the
original purchase money and retain
enough capital for working expense?,
many have been obliged to mort?
gage heavily in the first instance; and thu-? a
comparatively slight depreciation in the value I
of landed properly Involves tor them the lusa
of their n i. Uuless, however, some unfore?
seen circumstance should check the present
Westward current, ?and must fail in ihe de
populaied districts, aud then perhaps the new?
comers, who win have bought cheaply, mav
be aole to pay the next generation wages
sufficiently attractive to keep lt at home; but
ii ihe meantime the smail landed proprie?
tors will have suffered severely. Some, in?
deed, are already following the examole ot
their men, and emigrating ioo. The Pomera
nlao Agricultural Socleiy at a recent meetlug
held at Sleltln, passed two resolut lons trom !
which lt hopes for some relief. In the first
place, to petition the chancellor to loetiaunt.
the German consuls at American pons
to Inquire how many able-bodied emi?
grants were Btaylng at the same and
willing to return io ihelr native coumry, on
the condition of a free passage; and secondly,
to recommend that envgratton be placed un?
der more stringent police regulations than lt
ls at present. It would be Incorrect, however
to snop >"?* th?t riie entire lo-?? ot population
to the Pomeranian villages Is due entirely to
the lascinailnns ol a bacKwood rite in Ameri?
ca; a very different sort of lite in the towns ls
also a great temptation. The peasmi's
daughter takes a housemaid's place In Bres?
lau or Berlin, and writes home flaming ac?
counts of concerts and iheatres. Tue brother
reads them, and straightway throws down his
spade or leaves hls piongh to try his fortunes
In the same great world that has made bis '
sister suoh a fine lady. Railways and the uni? ?
venality of a certain amount of education ren
der such an ambitious stef far easier now I *
yian formerly. I j
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Conveyances ot Charleston Property
Recorded During tne Past Week.
January 1,1868. Church street, e. s, one
lot, Elia- Veunlng, io J. H. Pa']-"*-*3'000
March 2s, 1872. Corner Meeilng street
and Smliu lane, one lor, W. G. De
Saussure, referee, to Daniel F. Ap
April 18, 1872 Easi Bay, e. s., one lo ,
John <i. Milnor io Catherine 0 Nel I 5,350
May 13, 1R72. New street, e. e., one lot,
C F. Paukuln to A. Bernard and H.
A. Cohen....... 600
May IC, 1872. Charleston Neck, one
track, Farmers' Fertilizer Company
to Theodore G. Barker.12,000
May 17, 1872. Market sireet, sirlp pi
land io widen street. Angelo Carnie
io City of Charleston.? 439
Mjy 2i), 1872. GleDe street, e. s., one lot,
Wm. Barral to Geo. I.Cunningham. 7,000
May 20, 1872. Corner South Bay and Le?
gare st., one lot, Cl?mentine H. Ber?
nard to Ju i* and Edmund Byan.... 5,500
May 22, 1872, Hamilton st., n. s., one
lot. Tho?. Dougheny io Ann W.
MTfis, trustee. 1'auu
PRESENT.-The Irish Blfle Club were the
recipients last evening of a handsome silver
cake-basket, a preseut from General James
THE INTERIOR COURT.-From the 9th of
April unlll the 4th of May one hundred and
eight criminal casef. were disposed ot before
Judge Lee's court. They were as follows:
Guilty, twenty-six; not guilty, twenty-seven;
no bills, twelve; no!, prossed and struck off,
NEW FLOOR,-Messrs. H. Bischoff & Co., of
this city, have received several bags of new
flour, the first of ihe season, from Slovall &
Hull, Excelsior Mills, Augusta, Ga. Ic is
' choice family, and sold In Augusta at fifteen
i dollars per barrel. This is about two weeks
(pearlier than last year's receipts.
CRUMBS-There will be a regular meeting
of Council at five o'clock this evening.
The next storm of wind will probably not
bo as severe as that on Saturday last.
Two fifteen-inch guns are to be mounted
soon on Fort Moultrie.
Passing strange-the police never captured
any cows or other quadrupeds on Saturday
I and Sunday.
PRESENTATION.-Yesterday morning the
members of the Wagener Artillery, when as?
sembled lor the parade, were each presented
with a small bouquet as a present irom Mayor
Wagener. which they bore in the muzzles ol
their guns. The company have a haudsome
I imnvrm ol'dark blue cloth, trimmed with r< d,
whi:h was made by Messrs. Menke & Muller,
and is similar to that of Prussian artillery.
FOR THE COUNTT CONVENTION.-Primary
meetings are called tor this evening lu Wards
C and 7 for the selection ot delegates to the
Liberal County Convention to be held on
Thursday morning. There should be a fol,
attendance at these meetings to-night, and
the citizens ol the other wards In the city
should bear lc mind that their primary meet?
ings must not be postponed later than to?
morrow evening, in order to enable them to
be represented lu the county convention.
INQUEST.-James Westcott, the steward of
the. British ship Melita, who was Injured as
stated In Saturday's NEWS by fal lng from the
hatchway to the bottom of the bold, died
at the City Hospital at about two o'clock on
Saturday afternoon, and an inquest was held
upon the case by Coroner Taft yesterday.
The poor lellow had seven ribs and his right
leg broken, and one of the nbs had penetra?
ted the lungs. The jury returned a verdict of
death from accidental injuries.
UNITED STATES COURT.-lu the District
Court before Judge Bryan, yesterday, the peti?
tion of G. Poznac?b.i ?o set up a lien against the
estate of C. Kerrison & Co., bankrupts, was
referred to Registrar Carpenter to report.
The funds in court realized from the Bale of
property condemned for violation ot the In?
ternal revenue law, in the cases of W. C. Ger?
ald et ad. Amelia Elias, A. &. W. Ellison, Dan?
iel Kecklev, J. & T. J. Jones, J. J. Leonard, H.
Banm and C. Elias, amounting to $970, were
ordered to be divided and paid out to the col?
lectors and informers.
The court then adjourned until ten o'clock
ACADEMY OF Mus c_Skiff A Gaylord's Min?
strel Troupe opened at the Academy last even?
ing before a good house, and gave a highly en?
tertaining performance. The merits of the
troupe have by no means decreased since
their last visit to Charleston, and several new
members have been added to the company.
In the minstrel scene the quartette singing
was very fine, and the choruses were beaut i
fully rendered. The contortion acts ot Willie
Gaylord displayed Borne very dexterous bal?
ancing, and the clog dance and double song
and dance by Whiting and Goodyear were
nighly applauded. The entertainment con?
cluded with a laughable burlesque on the Paris
Exposition, which was greeted wlih shouts of
laughter. An Important change of programme
is offered for to-night.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Mary Hamilton, a
wretched-looking white woman, who could
not take care orherself on King street, was
sent to the Almshouae.
Joe Wilson, lodged for assaulting and strik?
ing Alderman Garrett, and breaking in one ol
Mrs. Stackley's show-windows on King street,
was turned over to a trial Justice.
Samuel Middleton, lodged by the captain of
a vessel, charged with stealing from him a
revolver, clothing and copper, was held for
Sarah Davis, arrested for abusing a police?
man on Elliott street, and raising a row In the
Guardhouse, was treated to a little of tho
blackhole over, night, and next morning fined
one dollar. She paid up quietly.
George Williams, charged with'taking some
iron pipes from Mr. Slatterys residence on
State street, showed he was merely trying to
establish a lieu and was discharged.
Ol tour cases of drunkenness, three were
flned and one was. discharged. All ol the
fines imposed by the court were promptly
Hotel Arrivals-May 35 and 26.
J. Kauer, Savannah; G. F. Pearson, Boston;
R. Austin, R. W. Bloom, Jos. H. Sullivan, New
York ; W. F. Hawley, Boston; H. C. Squires,
Buffalo; C. M. Hamilton Fla.; Tbos. M. Bar?
ker, Philadelphia; Ed. Cantwell, North Caro?
lina; S. Hutchinson, Miss E. D. Hutchinson,
New Jersey; H. C. Bennett, Providence, R. I.;
C. P. Leslie, wire and servant, Miss L, Adams,
Mrs. J. Woolsey, MI83 Woolsey, South Caro?
lina; Smith Leach, Whitehall, 8. C.; J. D Tay?
lor, Miss E. E. Taylor.
Low Gaylord, Mr.. E. Gaylord, Sait, Gard
ner R. Buckholiz, P. Masterson, Joe Malts,
Cr. Frankum, C. Goodyear, B. Davey, I.V. Gay
^rd G. Hill, C. Whiling, Guckea, Louis
Canker, C. Monroe, J. Spears, V. Beatty, W.
HTildmao, Skiff Jfc Giylord's Minstrels; george I
P'itchett, O. H. Williamson, William sburg;
r. V. Bordin; Leesville; R. Ward and wli re, St.
lelena Island; S. A. Torlay, South Caroil na.
Meetings This Day.
Citizens' Building and Loan Association, at
8 P. M.
Citizens of Ward 6, at 8 P. M.
Citizen" of Ward 7, at 8 P. M.
Brotherly Association, at 8 P. M.
Comet Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Washington Light Infantry Rifle Club, at
half-past 1 P. M.
Carolina Independent Boat Club, at half
past 8 P. M.
Palmetto Guard Rifle Club, at half-pasl 8
Auction.Sales This Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the
Postofflce, real estate.
A. C. McGillivray will sell at ll o'clock, in
front ol* the Courthouse, real estate.
J. G. Milnor & Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their 6tore, ladies' summer suits,
dry goods, &c.
H. Cobla & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, hams, sugar, ?c.
Steffens, Werner k Ducker will Bell Rt 9
o'clock, at their stores, butter, strips, .Vc.
Liurey, Alexander & Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at their store, fctrips, shoulders, &c;
and at ha'f-past 10 o'clock, at No. 135 East
DELINQUENT TAXPATERS are referred to the
advertisement of Mr. E. M. Moreland, bro?
ker, No. 29 Broad street. A great saving can
be made in the payment of State Taxes by the
purchase ot the Revenue Bond Scrip offered
by him. _ *
JOHNSTON'S Tora OP EUROPE gives 100 beau?
tiful presents to-night, and a matinee on
Wednesday afternoon for children at half-past
3 o'clock. .
STOP Into the store of the late James E
Spear, No. 235 King street, and examine the
articles of household furniture Sellins very
?ow. maj 28-2
REVENUE BOND SCRIP received at par for
State Taxes. For shro-at a liberal discount by
E. M. Moreland, broker, No. 29 Broad street.
JOHNSTON'S TOUR OF EUROPE to-night at Hi?
bernian Hall. Furniture, tllver-pluted ware,
Ac, given to th? *nH-nov.
THE TRACE OF THE STURM.-Those of our
householders who bad their residences so un?
ceremoniously unroofed by the gale of Satur?
day can have them substantially repaired by
G. W. Egan, No. 3G Broad street and 59 Beau
GREEN TURTLE SOUP for lunch, at E. H. Stel
llngs's "Our House, corner East Bay and Queen
PREVIOUS to taking Inventory of stock Fur ch
gott, Benedict & Co. offer unprecedented bar?
gains In all of their departments, containing
Silks. Dress Goods, Domestics, Fancy Good?,
Ribbons, Corset-), Handkerchiefs, Ladles' ann
Gents Underwear, Housekeeping Goods, Car?
pets, Matting, ?c. may 27
PREVIOUS to taking inventory of stock Furch
gott, Benedict & Co., 244 King street., have
marked down all of their goods, and offer
greater bargains in all ot their departments
than ever belore. may27
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS!-Louis Coben
& Co. beg leave lo draw the attention of the
pub ic to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goode,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cenl. below their cost ol' importation. A
call is respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. ma} 1G
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-l HE NEWS Job Office
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. 8end your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
TE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION I-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment. _ . aprl?
NOTICE TO TOURISTS,-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale nt the Hasel
I street Bazaar._ deo29
Bru. HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
15, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
a doz^n. HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND EAST
BAY NEWS ROOM. aprl6-tu
PfCTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
I sizes. Cheap ! Cheap 1 HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
COMMERCIAL ff EWS.
ROCKPORT, ME-Per sehr willie Luce-120,000
feet of lumber.
MARTINIQUB-Per brig Black Swan-125,895
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICB CHAKLBHTOW NBWH, 1
MONDAY EVKNINO, May 27, P. M., 1872. |
COTTON.-The demand was moderate, but the
article was held firmly, prices being somewhat
nominal but unchanged, with a light business.
Sales about loo bales, say 1 at 21r, 85 at 23)4,1 at
24,5 extra staple at 26 9 nt. We quote nominally.
Ordinary to good ordinary ......21 @23
Strict middling.no sales
RICE.-This grain was at unchanged prices,
with limited transactions. Sales abcut loo tierces
o' clean Carolina, fay 30 tierces at 7.ye, 29 at 8,
22 at 8X, 20 at 8?. We quote common to fair at
7>i@8c; good 8 v;?s.y.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipt? 410 casks spirits
turpentine and 1690 obis rosin. There were no
transactions ii spirits. Rosins were dull, with
sales of 160 bbla fine gradea on trie baals of $7
for window glass, $6 25 for extra pale, $5 76 tor
pale, $6 26 for low pale, and 236 bbls dull and
. paque at $2 60@4. trude turpentine may be
quoted at $3 76 for virgin, $2 90 for yellow dip,
and $i 90 for hard.
FRBIOHT8.-To Liverpool, by st sam direct, nomi -
lal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via Nen
fork, >?d on uplands, Vd on sea Islands; by sall,
?id ou uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
davre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York by
?team $2 on upland < and - cn sea Islands; $160
fi tierce ia rice; ny sall xe ~$ lb on cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 6 3c V barrel on rosin ; $8 9 M Ob
lani ocr; $10 $ M on timber. To Boston, by sall?
ie V rb on npland cotton; rosin 6?c; rosa wed
taff $9 so? to 60; phosphate $5@& 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $9 9 M on boards, Xe fi Tb on
c otton; by steam $1 V bale on New York raton.
To- Pillia telpbla, by steam $2 ? o a cotton;
by sall, $8fi M on boards; $9 CO@10 on timber; $3
per lon en clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team sc 9 rb by sall, se 6o@7 *f>
il on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 25 9
ton ou phosphate rock. Vessels are In de
mand Hy our merchants to take lumber freights
'rom Georgetown, S. C., Darten and sauna River,
la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ina |10@12 T* M aro the rates on lumber and
Exert A NOB.-sterling 60 day bills 23?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka purthise
sight checks on New York at par, and sell at y@
ii preminm. Outside they purchase at l-16@)i
9 cent, premium, and sell at 3-i6@>? premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON-, May 27.
Koon.-OorjBOls 93j?. Bonds so x.
Evening.-Consola 93?ia93%. Bonds stiffer.
FRANKFORT, May 27.
Evening.-Bo a da 9QW.
N PARIS, May 27.
Noon.-Rentes esr 62c.
NEW YORK. May 27.
Noon.-Freights quiet and stpaiy. stocks
steady. G.dd steady at lSJi*. Money steady at 6.
Governments very atrong. State Dunda tir m and
qalet. Exchange-long ?Hi ; short 10%.
Evening.-MoLey active nt 7. Stenlng firmer
Rt9*?. Gold I8*iai3v. Governmenta auvauce?1
t" X*\? Tenneaaeea Brm. North carolina old
weak. South Carolina new st-ady. Market
cl09en very quiet. Freights to Liverpool without
NBW ORLEANS, May 27.
Sterling 24??. sight ?i premium. Gold I3>i.
LIVERPOOL, May 27.
Noon.-cotton opened firm; uplands nxd, Or?
Larer.-Cotton firmer; uplands ll?id, Orleans
ii-an5;'!; hale i ls ooo biles; export and specu?
NEW YORK, May 27.
Noon.-Cotton n^ml'ally higher amt excited;
sales 2990 Dalea; uplands and Orleans 25%c.
Evening -Cotton n-etile-; 36lo bales all
growth-; middling 26c. >ales of cotton futures
to-day 26,250 hates as follows : Miy, 247?a25??c;
June, 243ia25 516e; July. 25 M6a25??c; August,
2?7?a25)?c; ?epiem^et. 22&a23>?c: october, 20j<a
2lc: Novemoer, I0?a20c; December. l9J?al9J?c.
Hi'STON, May 27.
Cotton strong; ml'dllngs 25%c; gross 416
bales; sales 300; stock 15 ooo.
PHILADELPHIA, May 27.
Cotton quiet, mlddllnga2di<a 6%c.
BALTIMORE. May 27.
Ootron quite strong ; mbi'iunga 25Xa26Ji ;
l^ier. receipts 291 bal?-; gro-s 352: export coastwise
1175; sal&i 1398, ms laat evening; stock 452?.
WILMINGTON, May 27.
Cotton firm; middlings 23c; exports coastwise
160 bales; s.ock 2180. .
SAVANNAH. May 27.
cotton firm end In good deniaud; mlddli gs
23Jic; net receipts 282; exporta coastwiae 881;
aaie8 430; atock 8368 Dales.
ALMOST A, May 27.
Cotton firm; middlings 23,??c; receipts 47; sales
MEMPHIS. M*y 27.
Cotton quiet and firm; middlings 23X.23XC;
receipts 21^ oalea.
NORFOLK, May 27.
Cottnn quiet; middlings 23??a23>?c: net rt-celpta
I 321; exporta coastwise 290; salts 60; stock 1889
MOBILE, May 27.
Cotton firm; middlings 23a23<ic; net receipts
127 b.les; exports to Oreat Brltalu 3651; aale* 800;
NEW ORLEANS, May 27.
Cotton strong; middling* 23j?c: uet reCflots
1084 bales; gmas 1238: exports to Liverpool 3530;
salts 35u0; atock ci.seo.
GALVESTON. May 27.
Cotton quiet; good ordinary xUtfc; ntt receipta
34 balea; solea 170; stock 6742
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVSRPOOL, May 27.
Noon_Brea 'stutts opened nrm.
LONDON, May 27.
Turpentine 68a to 69a. Russian tad <w 6is 30.
NBW YOKE, May BT.
Nonn.-Flour dull. Wh?-at quiet, uoru dull
Po ii du,I; m. HS s 13 o? ?13 75 Lard qalet; steam
?y aa j i Cc. Turpentine firm at 63)ia8lc. Kosin
Orin; -TM med $ OJ.
i-v nlng.-Muur quiet, common to fair extra
$85oa l;go tl to cn ice <ii uaais 26. wiiLuey
dull at 92e. Winter wneat a shHde ST.mgci;
^prlug steady; w,nt-r red Western St 90al 92.
Corn tower ?vi h some li quiry for tu ure d livery,
coffee quiet and nominal at liais Kc for Rio. SU?
IT ?r easier, fair tu ?uni reantug static; cuba 8 >i a
0%c; Havana Oe. Muta s -s lu ia.r r quest, ? noa
32a<6C Rice quiet at 8>i 9?c. Pork, mess $13 60
.iii 65. Mesa uet f quiet at $7 60a9 50; p.sin mes
$toai2;extra $tuai2 Lard siea<iy at S'faOKc.
Tn pm i lu- quiet and Atm at 83>?a84c. Ko-in
qulei ana tl rm at $3 00. Tai nw st-ady ut OaflH c
WILMINGTON, May 27.
Spirits tu nentinc firm ut 64. itoaln tlrm at
$2 76 for strain, tl ; 4 uO tur No 1; 2 82X lor No 2;
6 :S tor ex i ra paie; 4 ii for ,ow pale; 6 oo ,or pale;
6 OJ for wu,dow glass, crude turpentine orm;
$2 . o i or hard; 3 80 for yellow dip; 4 SJ lur virgin.
Tar Him ai (3 60.
CINCINNATI, May 27.
Flour steady. Corn drooping at 7la72c. Po k
dull and nominal. Lard quiet and unchanged;
Kettle 8&C Bacon, demand lu lit and fir J.;
[ shoulders 7Kc; slue? 7>?'a7.sc Whiskey excited
ST. LOUIS, May 27.
Flour quiet. Corn lower. Whiskey ruiner at
80c. Poi K quiet at $12 76. Bacon un'y limited
and In joubiug deinanu. Lard r.rm ut Ona.
LOUISVILLE. May 27.
Bag lng, demand slight; nuldera orm. Flour
l:i a cn vt- and uninang?-u. Corn quiet; sack - d de?
livered C7a6sc. l'rovi-i ins quiet and unchanged,
rouud low h-lu. Pirk $12 75. .-hon ocr ?J?C;
clear sides 75d'c Packed lard uaio'^c; advance
on order lots. Whiskey firm at 86c.
NEW ORLEANS, May 27.
Sugar qalet and firm; fair io fu.ly ralr S&aOtf.
Molasses firm; in fe: lor 3ja32>?: common 3?n41.
.Juffee, ordinary I6>i; fair I7j?ai8; good iskialS ^;
prime 18)?al9. _
Wallingford & Co.-? Provision Circular.
CINCINNATI, Hay 23.
The provision market has been nita during the
past ween, although the demand generally has
not been active, yet. lt has shown Burne Improve?
ment, and hog products, have Blighty bat pretty
uniformly Improved as compared with the prices
current l*st Week. Tne principal movement h aa
been In balle m^ats and sunnr-onred canvaaaed
hams. The ch . nges In prices and me tone of the
mathe' ls aa foiluwa:
MESS POKK-IB quiet, with but little demand
for eiMier spot or future. The "corner" continue
11 take ail tne city.packed c tiered at $14 60. Not
much (ouniry mess on the market, but that
which would pasa "reg' Ur" can be had at $12 76
to $13. No rump pork offering, except extra
heavy, which ls helu at $ll io $u 60.
BULK MEATS-There ls a good demand for
clear nb aides, but ino extreme views of buldera
preclude sales t.. any extent. Shoulders and rib
aides meet with little attention. We quote shoul?
ders 4?-ia4?c; rib aides G.siaO^c; clear riba 6?ic,
and crear sute. 6%?, all (ur luoae meats. Hams
03?a7?? c. as to cut and size. Bellies are In light
suppiy and can be han uuiy in a small way at 7c.
Packed meats <?c higher.
BACON-Ia In moderate Jobbing demand,
sh miders IMO; desi nb sides 7 j*, and clear sides
7%a7>i. Eaily In the wet k salea were made lor
July delivery ut 7tfc for clear r.ba and 7#o for
clear bides. Sog?r-iured canvassed hams are
tlrm at 10xal2e, aa to orand and average. Plain
canvassed huma 8J?s9)?c. Breakf.iat bacon, can
va-sed and pucked, 9.i,oc, aa to brand.
LAUD,-Kc tie, reialered leaf, c.ty brands, can
tie had at sj.aOc, aud i rune sieum at 8?c. Re?
il ned Uro lu Heroes 9c, in kegs and buckets
FRKIOHTS to some points have tem s ightly re?
duced; v.a all rail to Charl .tte, N. c. 98 cents;
Columbia. S. C., 90; Montgomery. A a. 73; AUIIU->.
U, Ga, 88; Albany, Ga.. $1 lo; Enrama, Ala.. 88;
Atlant?, da. sa: K.,IU,-. GU-, 83; Mue m 03; Selma
Ala. 73; via Ballimore to Gnarbsiuu, a. c.,
Wilmington, N. C., Savannah, Ga., 67.
Baltimore Oral a'Market.
JJALTIH BR, May 24.
FLOUR.-The common grades of flour are dull
and neglected, and form u large portion of the
preaent stock. High grades are scarce and com?
mand fu 1er prices. Ballimore high grades trade
branda have farther advanced since our last re?
view 60 cents per ba rel, uccasioned by the Ina?
bility of millers to fill their orueis, on account of
the reduced grinding for want of water. N i
other grides were affec ed br this anvauce ex?
cept laney branda family. We give transact lons
Howard Street.- 200 bbb? super $7 75a8; ooo
, bbls extra $8 75a9 26; 760 ubis fam ly $10al2. To
day. 126 bbia common fine $5; 200 low grade ex?
tra $7 75; loo bbls o .olee du $10 26.
.vstern-(Orno. Indiana, au.)-100 bbls snper
$8 12; l OJ hbis extra $8 62a9 60; 120o bbls family
$9 76all 60. To-day, loo bb.s low grade extra
$8 26; iou bbls famil? $10 60.
Northwestern.-8oO ol- extra $818 50.
City Mum.-We rt-port sa es auo bbls Silver
Spring extra ar, $10 76; M nut Ve n >u, Codorus
and Hone- n held at $11; Dorchester $ u 75.
t>RAIN.-Wheat a coming m very soaringly; re?
ceipt.-? f.* tne week only 6000 bushe.s; market
firmly malua ned uniter the scarcity or old and
apprehen iona or failure lu the gr -wing crop
ai vice- t lins far being very unfavorable In this
1 and ndjon lng s atea. Corn has neen In linen,
supply: 189 6<6 bushels received, of which S8 OOO
went, nt > elevator. There ia HI lit a waut of West?
ern f r present delivery; mrgo engagements were
mane for s l nm- nts heuce m M>ty, hui the corn
hus nor been loi ward'd as rapt dj as required,
and a-? the month ?fis-, explri g much unea-l
uea-isbeng maulfeated, and for ppot delivery
Western closes with an advanc. Nearly ail ihe
SOCK lu elevator ls <?wned by shippers. Mtrket
lo southe n nas beeu ma malued at compara?
tively -teady price-, oat. aie lu moderate uu.?
ply and price? aieadv, cosing wLh au .dvunce of
la2c. hyc-very liiile arriving. We give trans?
actions fur tue week aa 'ol ?Wo:
Com.-P. om Saturday to Thuraday Inclusive,
sales 6 ?.ooo bus' els ai,ut'ie n white ar. 77a79c; 3000
bashela nut prime at 7Sa76; I loo Western No 2
whi e at 76; 30.000 ba-he a southern yellow at 72a
74; 300J buHlicia. ?ut of c .nui- on. at 67a69; 8JO
nu-he.s Western condemned at 7J; 400 bushels do,
on the tr ck, at 72; i3.80o bushels mixed, in eleva?
tor, at 72; I2ii0 busaela do at 73^. 'lo day 16.000
??snela receUed, or which 13,0.i0 buahela were
w. stern, and marli all went luto elevator; mar?
ket ste ..dy, Sales 1600 bushels outhern white at
77a78; 33a do damaged at7n; io.ooo bushels West?
ern whire. to arrive, p t; 500 nuaheia Suutliern
vellow at 73a7:>: 800 bushels Western ralxi-d, on
truck, at 72a7?ji; 4u0 buahela do, Condemned, at
70; 2000 bush'-K mixed fromelevator.pt. stock
lu elevator 182 0.3 bushels.
Wheat.-Offeringst> Thursday, Inclusive. 6000
hushela; salea 1500 busnels Wesrprn red at $2a
2 16; 4 tu do .mb"r $2 30; 400 d > Pennsylvania on
private terras; |20u0 bushels S'ulhern red $210
a* 29: 200 do whit.- $2 17. To-day, li5o bushels
offered; -alea 275 buahela Western white $2 30;600
do n d $2 ?0a2 25.
fats-To Thursday, Inclusive, 13.000 bushels;
8ale?30oo bushels southern light at eoe; email
salea 62c; 10,000 bushels at 55a66>? for Weatcrn
mixed, and 57aeoc for do bright. To-day, 3240
bushels offered ; sales 180 bnshels Southern at 60c;
2800 bushels Western bright at 68c; 2160 do mixed
at 66a67, on tracu.
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, May 24.
The Financial Chronicle says : We have had the
past week anuther marked td van re In The prices
or the present cotton crop. Tue basis < f tnis con
United upward movement ii the largs thort in?
terest wit ch exluta, ashlared as lt has been this
week by a falling uff in the receipts at the ports
to an almost nominal a count, tue Improvement
at Liverpool, wi h a revival of the export demand
and a general belief that spinners m mr. goon
enter the market in greater force, Specu ntlve con?
fidence has therefore increased, and higher prices
s M are proph-Fie1. ?n t he ot.nt r hand, however,
crop account* have Improved and lhere na-, been
a manifest indisposition to purchase in Novem?
ber and December.
For rature delivery the Interest has continued
to centre upon May and the early Bummer
months. The prices last reported for mtures
wore (basN low middlings) 21$ic for May, 24 n- 6
for Ja:,e, 24Ji fur July v4 0-16 lor August, 22 7 16
for .-eptemoer, 20J? f r october. 19 0-16 for No?
vember, io.y lor December. The total sales or
thia description for the week are 90.450 bales.
For immediate delivery the total sales foot np this
week 10,862 bales, l tcluding 4496 for expert. 3181
lor consumption, 1398 for speculation, and 1788 in
THE WEATHER THIS DA Y.
Clear aod pleasant weather with northerly
winds prevail on Tuesday north and northeast
of the Ohio valley. Clear aud clearing weather
with northerly to westerly winds over the
South Atlantic, Middle and. New England
States. An area ot cloudy and possibly threat?
ening weather extends eastward over Arkansas
and lower Missouri. Gear weather continues
over the Gulf States; dangerous winds not an?
yesterday's Weather Reports of the
Signal Service, U. S. A.-4.47 P. M.,
Ohle go, 111.
Menin is. Tena.
Mt. Was lngton.
New on-a .s....
Lt. Ral a
NOTE.-The weather report dateu 7.47 o'clock
thia morning, wIii be ponied In the rooms of the
Chamber or Commerce at io o'clock A. M., and,
. together with the weather chart, may (by the
courtly of the Chamber) be examined by ship
maater? at auy time during the day.
Receipts by Railroad. May 87,
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
687 bales cotton, soi bbls naval storrs. 2 cars
stuck. To R il road Agent, Witte Bros, OLlbieu
rood, Barden A Parker, Kim m AH A flow ll wi.il
den A Jones, Chant an A co. R ach A Muffe* t,
Trcaholm A ?un.W B Mnith A co, W B Wi duos A
son, G H Walter A co, W W .-min, W 0 Dukes a
co, Douala-* * Jackson, G Mccke, Jno Onrcu, B
O'Neill, Dr H Baer, U cobla A co, Tiedeman, Cal
der A co.
NORTHS ASTERN RAILROAD.
4 balea of e- tum, 626 bbls naval stores, cars
lumber, irob, tobacco, m ise, Ac. To Barden A
Purker, Whilden A Jones, Kinsman A H. Well. R
T Walker, c LtHbeflfdod, chapeau A co, H L
Ch Isolai, Quackeubush, Est ill A co, J N Freda
burg, E W Marshall, Miss S Keiy ea, Ellas A Bro,
Frost, Adger A co, L S Jervey, Mutdaugh,
Mathews A co, A J Salinas, 3 RMarsnalL il
Cobla A co, E Welling, aud other-..
y OR T CALENDAR.
MOON'S PH AS RS.
New Moon, 6*,h, 10 hoars 4 min?tes, evening.
First Quarter, 14 .u. 2 honre, o minutes, morn'g.
Fud Moon, 2lst, l boar, 39 miuates, morning.
Last Quarter, '27th, 4 hours, 8 minutes, evening.
MAY A JUNE.
CHARLESTON, t?. C.MAT 27, 1872.
.at 32 deg 46 mia 83 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sea
Nor bark Christiana, Messel. Cardiff-68 days.
Railroad iron. To H Card, and Order.
(Previously reported in the ohing.) British
bark Fllle de l'Alr, Jones. Cardiff-65 days. Rail?
road iron. To U Card, and oruer.
OLE AK ED YESTERDAY.
Brig Black Swan, Winslade, Martinique-Shack
elford A Kelly.
>chr While Luce, Talbot, Bockport, Me-Cohen
Sehr Willie Lace, Talbot, Rockport, Me.
CLEARED FOB Tilla PUK-T.
steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
Steamship Virginia. Bunter, at Philadelphia.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, May 27.
Evening.-Arrived, Southern Chief.
Nsw YORK. May 27.
Noon -Arrived, steamship-? Ita y and Nevada
Arrived out, the Republic, Idaho, Harmonia and
Evening.-Arrived, Tiger, Silesia.
LIST OF VESSEL8
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis. Balled.March 16
Br bark Onward, Evans, np.April 12
The Georgiana,-, up.April 17
The Duke of Cornwall,-, up.May 8
NEWPORT, KKO. ,
The Essex, Smith, sailed..,.March 26
BI bark Architect, Duddllngton, np.May 4
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, np.March 20
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March io
The Brenton, Rich, salied.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Woffer, sailed.:.April 8
Brig Minnie Abby, Harding, cleared.May ic
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, cle'd_May Sf
Br o.iik ? a Clements, ..eily, ci ea-ed.May 2a
?ri* C rollne Cray, auow, c eared.M .y Ti
Sehr Florence Rogers, sheppard, cleare l..May 17
Scar F Shav, H dening, up.May 2C
fccnr Daj break, -, up.May 24
Steamship Virginia, Banter, cleared.May 24
Br ba k Jas Bonnes, Wise, cleared.Mav 17
Rr b rk Marla, Sheldrake, cleared.May 17
Bark Tidal Wave, < rosby, cleared.May if
sehr E A Hooper, H loper, cleared.May 21
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, c eared.May 20
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem. cleared.May if
Sehr L T Knight, Mcintyre, sailed.May 2
Br bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown, sl'd..May 18
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Charleston, and In alliance with' Railroad Com?
pactes at both term tnt afford raDld transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Lonis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
IW The VIRGINIA is appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, May 81st, at 1 o'clock
sar The GULF STRE AM will fouow.
For particulars or Freight, arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. GLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
POK NEW TORS.
ON WEDNESDAT7~MAT 29, AT 10
O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, no.mei, Commander, will sail for
New York on WEDNESDAY. May 29 th. at 10
o'clock A, M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual
insurance b/ steamers of this Lino X percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement*, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommod itions, apply
to WAGNER, BUGER A CO.. No 28 Broad street,
or te WM. A COURTENAY,No. 1 Union Wharves.
JJED?CT10N IN PASSAGE HATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
R ?liway ?ration or Seaport In ureat.'
Brltain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, nen wars,
Germany. France, Holland, Belgium, and the
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $80. By Saturday's learners $65 and $75.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $1x0.
In'ermediate, $33; steerage, $2* all payable in
Parties sending for 'heir friends in the Old.
Con try can parchase tickets at lowest rates.
Fur farther partlcuiais anply to me Agents,
HENDERSON BROTH BRM, '
Ko. 7 Bowling Green, N. #
Orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprll-3mosD*w Charleston, S. Cj