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?-?ce. of Charleston Property,
M?L^?^*^ *.* Weeh
August ll. 1848. C?roepIaawctloii and
Dacffr 30, 1869. Marlon Ptaoe, one
D^o.,EduVund Langdon to Celestine ^
Aua^t'isla Ball.. . - . ... ? V? " j
May 9, 1871. Teruon ?tree., n. a., w. J.
oiver releree. to Adaline C. L-ewis
?Sus. ?ff of Charte*? County ^
tion and Wharf streets, one lot,
54x60, Wm. and James Bobo, to ,
Caspar B*rt.* * *". i,ow?
Mav 23 1872. Corner Lue and St. Phil?
ip stree? s. one loU5x73. Augusta C.
Welnhoitz to J. H. Tnlele & Co. 950
May 24, 1872. Ewt Bay street, w. e., one
lot, J. D. Kirkpatrick to Wm. Bur
melBter.,. . 3,500
May 25, 1872. St Andrew's Parish, Long
Savannah plantation, 3300 acrep,
Charles 0. Witte to Wm. L. Brid
May 28, 1872? Miling street, w. a., be?
tween Market street, aid Horlbe ck's
alley, one lot 62x235, sheriff of
Charleston County to J. Evans
May 30, 1872, Qu??en street, 8. e., Vue
lot. 55x115. Edward F. Sweegau to
Geo'r.'O S. Hunkey-,. 500
Jone 3,1872. MffMng sireet, w. s.. one
lot, 60.9x80 10x62x100 11. W. M.
Muckrotuta, referee, to W. J. and
E. Magrath, irustees. 2,000
Jnne 3, 1872 Coming street, e. s.. on?
lot, 60x150. sheriff of Charleston
County to B. A Bosemon. 340
Jnne 3, 1872. Shepherd ttrect. s. e., ooo
lot. Sarah J. Murphy to Michael Ho
. san. ?W
Jnne 6,1872. Montague street, n.e., one
Joe, Virginia Ferratta lo James B.
SOUTHE KN" HOBSBS.-On Saturday last, R.
Graham & Co. shipped a fine dralt mare by
the Sea Gull to Baltimore, for one of the big
horse-dealers In that city, and this week the
same firm will ship a splendid animal tor Ver?
mont These shipments are an era In the
horse-trade of Charleston, and would seem to
Imply thai we have better and cheaper horses
now In Charleston than can be got lo the
less favored regions Just mentioned.
SALT WATER BATHS.-In the present state
Of the thermometer lt is refreshing even to
think that the tides come very high, and that
the popular White Point Bathing House ls
open lor the season. Numbers ot persons,
young and old, daily Indulge In this healthy
recreation, and a pleasanter one can hardly be
found. Mr. M. McMaumon, the obliging pro?
prietor, has thoroughly repaired his baths, and
offers every inducement to persuade bis old
patrons to renew their summer lavatlons.
THROWING STONES.-Yesterday evening, a,
little after eight o'clock, as a.lady and her
little daughter were walking down Broad,
street, near the corner of Orange, the latter waai
struck upon her ancle with a stone, which a
colored mau threw at a dog. The child tell toi
the ground, and when picked np by a gentle
man her ankle was found to be so painfully
bruised th it she could not stand. She waa
bourne io the house of her aunt, In Friend
.street, where her hort was attended to. As
soon as the negro saw what he had done he
ran off and bas not been seen since.
CEUBS AKD STABS.-A colored boy named
Jacob, lodged for vagrancy, was sent to the
Hospital for treatment.
Susan Robinson, arrested for being drunk
an1 raising a disturbance In Meeting street,
waa sentenced to pay a fine ol one dollar, or
spend ten days .in the House of Correction.
Three cows, found astray up-town, were
each fined one dollar. The owners settled.
Dolly Garden, not Varden, a colored girl,
whose improper behavior was a source of |
much disquietude to her aged grandmother,
was lodged at the Guardhouse by the latter,
with the request that Dolly should be sent io
the House of Correction. The old woman
substantiated her statement before the Mayor,
and the veritable Dolly was Bent to the Ashley
River farm for thirty days.
GERMAN RIFLE CLUB.-At an extra meeting
. of thia club, held at eight o'clock last evening
at Llndstedi's Hall, lt was determined that j
the delegation to tb.e Savannah Schulzenfest ;
Bbonld take Me&'a floe band along with them.
The delegation leaves on Sunday next. Later |
Ul the evening the anniversary meeting of the
blob was held, when thc pret-ident read his
annual report, which showed a gratifying
prosperity In the affairs of the club, and was
ordered to be printed. An election was then
held, which resulted as follows: Alexander
Melchera, president; Geo. Logemann, vice-J
president; H. Klatte, treasurer; H. H. Knee,
secretary; L. Dannemann, target master; Jae.
Simmons, Jr., solicitor; W. Semken, F.
Heinz, H. Buck, George H. Llndstedt, D
Goetjen, directors. Finance Committee
Fred von Saaten, Bdw Plls, J. Rugheimer.
CHARLESTON ZOUAVB RIFLE CLUB, CO. A_
An extra meeting of this promising corps was
held last evening at the hall of Truck No. 2,
In Wentworth street, President A. B. Rhett In
the chair. A committee was appointed to pre?
pare a constitution and by-laws for the club,
and the committee on uniforms was allowed
further time in which to report. An election
was held for non-commissioned officers which
resulted as follows: A. McClure, orderly ser?
geant; M. W. Hasel, second sergeant; C. H.
Canon, third sergeant; G. Cravat, fourth ser?
geant; O. A. Mood, filth sergeant. Copo ral s
W. H. Hungerford, E. H. Huer, N. A. Ken?
nedy, John Boyce. On motion, the following
finance committee was appointed, who will
solicit subscriptions Irom the citizens: A. B.
Rhett, chairman; A. McClure, S. B. Pickens,
B, Bhokes, John Reed, John Marco, John Mil?
ligan, E, A. LoyaI,'M. Kingdom. The meeting
then adjourned until Monday next, having
appointed a committee to procui? a suitable
heil for their next meeting.
Foran bavia.Qp?cBNTs.-John Washing
ton, the colored thief, who was arrested by
the detectives for breaking Into the residence
of Mr. M lins, No. 41 Hasel street, and stealing
a lot o? Jewelry, clothing, 4c, has been incul?
pated In other robberies. He ia believed to
have been the night raider who was shot at by
Mr. Bavenel, and while being examined for
the Hasel street burglary, the thief was actual?
ly dressed In a whole Bolt of clothes which he
had stolen lc a raid upon the residence or Mr.
J. Wllllaan in Legare street. The coat and
panta were both identified, and John will have
to answer for this burglary also at the next
term of the Interior Court. Washington's
name occurs irequently upon the criminal
docket in company with that ot Alfred Hutson
and Bobe? Johnson, who all seeem to lollow
tte occupation of house-breaking and rob
bing. Tho trie are now in Jail and forVhe
public good lt ls hoped ihey win be kept there
tut this ls by no means certain. Washington
was convicted of grand larceny last year at
the June term of the Court of General Ses?
sions, and sentenced to one year's Imprison?
ment in the penitentiary from the 16th of
June, 187L His term has not yet expired,
and yet he has been at large for some time,
breaking into houses, robbing and plundering
throughout the city. How he got out is best
known to Governor Scott or the keeper of the
TUE CHARLESTON- LIBRARY- SOCIETY.-This
time-honored society will celebrate Its one
hundred and twenty-fourth anniversary to?
day, at the Library hall. The meeting is call?
ed for 1 o'clock P- M.
THE STEAMSHIP GEORGIA.-This large iron
steamship will be dispatched irom Pier No. 2,
Union wharves, this afternoon, at sfven
o'clock, lor New York, and will no doubt take
a large cargo ol farm produce, as the agents
i have arranged tor every facility and a liberal
share of ireight room.
MECHANICS' UNION, NO. 1.-The second moon?
light excursion, In aid of the hall and library
fund of Mechanics' Union, No. 1, will take
place on tbe'19th Instant. The steamer, which
takes the gay parly, will leave Market wharf
at eight P. M. Tickets may be had of the com?
mittee : Messrs. D. B. Haselton, E. Ladeveze,
0. E. Johnson, J. H. Devereux and M. Kelly.
SOODEN DEATH.-Hannah Jenkins, a colored
woman, aged twenty-nine years, was found
dead in her bed yesterday morning, at her
house, No. 22 Concord street. She had gone
to bed about half-past seven o'clock the even?
ing before, complaining of being unwell. A
coroner's jury was empanelled, who after
hear.ng the evidence ol the physicians re?
turned a verdict of death from epilepsy.
CRUMBS.-There was no; a single case from
the lower wards before the Mayor yesterday
morning, Saturday am! Sunday passing with-,
out an arrest by the police of the lower Gifard
The sale of the stock of C. Kerrison, Jr.,
4 Co., corner of Meeting av' Basel streets,
was concluded yesterday evening, and pur?
chasers are requested to call at once for their
There will be a regular meeting of Council
at five o'clock this afternoon.
THE HEATED TERM.-Yesterday morning
was another of t hose bolling, sweltering, ma?
tutinal proteges of Old Sol, which this dis?
tinguished luminary has been vouchsafing to
Charleston of late. The thermometer began
modestly at 87 at eight o'clock, rose to 88 at
ten, and at twelve jumped to ,91. A stiff |
breeze then sprung up from the southeast,
but the quicksilver held its ground at 91 until
four o'clock In the afternoon, when a sharp
squall blow-up from the west, and after?
howling around for about ten minutes ended
In a copious shower, whioh abated the dust
I and agreeably cooled the atmosphere. The
eveulug was very pleasant.
THE STATE COORT. - The Court of Common
Pleas was opened yesterday morning for the
Juoe term by Judge Graham. , .
The petit jury was called, and fourteen only
having answered, sixteen additional Juron
were ordered to be summoned for ibis morn?
ing, nntll which time those present were dis?
The old sum. pro. and appeals from the trial
justices' docket was sounded, and will be call?
ed peremptorily this morning.
Ihe regular issue docket will be sounded on
Thursday or Friday next, arter whioh a list o?
the cases to be tried at this term of the courts
will be printed, and the trial of these cases
will commence on Monday next, In regular
Adjourned unlit 10 o'clock this morning.
THE WAGENER ARTIL?ERT CELEBRATION.
This tine corps give their annual mi., oonoo
the nth Instant, and have selected Mount
Pleasant as the scene o? their day's recreation.
Besides the usual amusements of dancing,
nine-pins, Ac, the club have provided three
targets-one for the public, one for the com?
pany, and a target of honor also for the coin
pan y-at all of which there will be handsome
prizes to be contested for. Several prizes will
be given for the best shooting among the
ladles, and a handsome one for the best lady
marksman from among the families of the
members of the club. The steamer will leave
the wharf, at the foot of Market street, at pre?
cisely half-past R o'clock A. M. The maroon
will end willi a delightful moonlight excursion
on the steamer about the harbor from eight
to len o'clock in the evening. The following
prizes have been received by the club: Hand?
some set of sleeve buttons, from C. H. Behre;
case ot wine, from F. Marlin; barrel of beer,
from H. Triest; silk umbrella, from Menke A
THE CATERPILLAR IN THE BICE FIELDS.-The
Savannah Republican says: "A new enemy
to the rice planters has made its appearance
within the last few days, and is likely lo
damage them most seriously. We are re?
liably Informed that the caterpillar,Tesemblng
that which has proved so destructive to cotton
of late years, bas made Its appearance in large
numben In nearly all the Savannah Elver
plantations opposite and for Beven miles
above the city, on both sides, and are making
havoc of the rice crops. Owing to the slate ol
the rice In some places, and the low river In
others, they cannot be destroyed by fioodlogi
and on such fields they are having their own
way. Wc hear they have appeared on the
Ogeechee, but not In such large numben."
The Advertiser says: "The rice plantations
on the Savannah and back river, Ogeechee
river and canal, are suffering terribly from the
ravages of the caterpillars, which have made
their appearance In great numbers, and have,
devoured ?be plant to the water's edge. In-!
formation from points seven miles up the Sa?
vannah River reports their appearance. The
greatest apprehensions are felt, and an im?
mense destruction of the crop anticipated, as
the present flow, when taken off will enable
the caterpiUara to extend their ravages."
Hotel Arrivals-.ranc IO.
G. E. Pritchett, Williamsburg; J. Woolley,
South Carolina; I, A. Blanton, Willlston; J. L.
Little, wife and two children, Columbia; J. S.
Wonham, Kingstree; M. W. Vennlut, Mount
8. W, Wight, C. Gordon, S. P. Goodwin, N.
0. Tilton, J. D. Hopkins, Savannah; George
T. Leach, Raleigh ; B. M. Brodie, Miss Bul loeb.
Baltimore; Y. J. P. Owens, Laurens; Miss
Johnston, New York.
' Meetings This Day.
Charleston Library Society; at 1 P. M.
St. Patrick's Benevolent Society, at 8 P. M.
Carolina Chapter, B. A. M., at 8 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at 8 P. M.
Anctlon Sales This Day.
County Auditor Bennett will Bell at 12
o'clock, at Fire-proof Building, real estate.
Henry Cobla 4 Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, pig tongues, hams, 4c.
Laurey, Alexander 4 Co. will Bell at 10
o'clock, at their store, butter, ?ard, Ac.
E. M. Marshall A Bro. will sell at ll o'clock,
at the Postafflce, real estate.
A. C. McG'illivray will sell?t ll o'clock, at
the PostofBcM, peal estate.
Paul B. Lala.ue 4 Co. will sell at half-past
o clack, over .Salesroom No. 171 East Bay,
buck?*, brooms, groceries, 4c.
Stemms, w erne." A Ducker will sell at 9
T K n tholr 8torefI' butter' ham8? &c
John G. MU nor & Co. will sell at half-past 10
ti clock, at thf dr ste. re, dry goods and sundries.
ST. JOSEPH'S PICNIC-The picnic of the
Sunday-echool of Sr. Joseph's Church will take
place at the Schutzenplaiz on Monday next.
The price of the tickets Is fifty cents and
twenty-five cents. The cars will leave the
Ann street depot at 8.30 A. M.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW9.
In all projects of great public enterprise,
stern opposition invariably shows itself, either
from prejudice or some adverse Interests. So
it was with the Bootu Caroliua Railroad, the
street railways, and all other meritorious
works when first started. If the people of
Charleston are seriouB lu having an adequate
supply of pure water brought into the city, lt
will be done even il lt drains the few rice
plantations on the Edlsto. Rut your corres?
pondent "Edlsto River" need have no fear on
that subject, ihe river will not be lapped Just
where be supposes; the matter has been in?
vestigated, and there has been found water
enough fur Charleston and the rice planter
both. We marvel that your correspondent has
not touched upon another objection which has
been gravely urged, that the catfish and alli?
gators will choke tbe supply pipeB,orbefound
every morning in ihe ewers aud basins of the
citizens. One objection ls about as reasonable
as the oiher. It ls quite refreshing to read
"Edlsto River," lt is the good old grumbling
times of Whippy Swamp and Bluffton come
again to keep us In our corner, and knock out
any inventive fires ot enterprise. "Edlsto
River" should also be Informed that in all pro?
bability the rice Interest of South Carolina
will In a year or two be abandoned, as has
been the Indigo and other staples of-the olden
Very recently, through the great efforts of
our commercial bodies, factors, planters and
merchant/, the duty upon East India and for- [
elgn rjee has been retained, contrary to the
free trade and anti-tariff doctrines of South
Carolina; but this ls only for a time, for weare
reliably assured from our friends at Washing?
ton that th? duty will be taken off, probably
at the next session of Congress, In obedience
to the demands of the nation for cheap bread
stuflV. Then, with good East India rice at two
and-a-balf cents per pound In the market, in
competition with our staple, what becomes of
the petty interest of an Edisto rice planter as
opposed to me great and necessary project of
supplying Charleston with an abundance of
pure and healthy water ?
We now adjourn the discussion, on our part,
until the bill in preparation for the Legislature
is submitted for public approval.
Nsw AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes, Rocklng-HorBes, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, Ac, Just received at Von Santen's,
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
FURCHGOTT,1*BENEDICT A Co., 244 King
street, have received per steamship Oeorgia
4 cases of 4-4 Ellerton U. S. Bleached cele?
brated Shirtings, which they offer for this
week at 15 ente, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered in any market.
TB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION'-Gard?
ner's cele* ra ted Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment _ _ aprl?
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
15, $6 60 and 48 60 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
THOSK Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASBL STREET BAZAAR.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ! -Louie Coben
A Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King streer. may IC
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
1B now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards .printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
a dozen. HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND EAST
BAT Nhws ROOM. aprlft-tu
PICT ORE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap ! Cheap 1 HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
febl3-tu _ . .
FOBOHOOTT, RE ?EDICT A Co, 244 Eiog
street-150 rolls ft esh matting, received per
steamship Champion, 25 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, ir. all desirable shade?, only 20
cents. 2 cases more of the 10-4, 11-4 and
12-4 Allendale Quilts, at $1 37 and $150. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods has been greatly re?
duced In price.
HAVANA-Per sehr Young America-100 bbls of
clayed molasses, li qr pipes winn, io sacks coffee,
i basket jerked beef, 1 box sweetmeats. To M J
BALTIMORE-Per sehr J H stickney-163,000 feet
rile Charleston Cotton, Rice ar.t Naval
OPTICS CHARLESTON NB WS, \
MONDAY irv RN INO. June 10,1873. }
COTTON.-The market was duli, and transactions
unimportant. Sales only io bales of tinged cot?
ton at 23@23Xc 9 lb. Quotations nominal.
Rion.-There were no sates of this grain.
NATAL STORKS.-Receipts for two days 600 bbls
?.pirlta of turpentine and 1242 bbls rosin, spirits
turpentine waa active and firm at49@60c, accord?
ing to packages, with Bales of 260 bbls. in rosin
there was Bold on Saturday TOO bbls at $6 76 for
extra pale, $6 for pale, $4 76 for low pale, $4 for
extra No 1, $3 60@3 76 for No l, $3 25 for low No 1,
$3 for extra No 2, $2 90 for No 2, $2 80 for low No
2, $2 76 ror strained. Market for rosina waa dnlL
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $3 60 for
virgin, $2 76 for yellow dip and $1 80 for hard.
vasiaura.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, Xdon uplands, Md on sea Islands; by sall,
>id nominal on uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Lslards; $l 60
ft tierce on rice; by sall Xe ll m on cotton; - f>
tierce on rice; 60c V barrel on rosin; $8 V M on
lumtwr; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sail
4o fl lb on upland cotton; rosin 63c; resawed
stuff $10@io 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 ft Mon boards,Xe ft lb on
cotton; by steam $l ft bale on New York rater.
To Phllaielphla, by a team $2 ft on cotton;
by Ball, $8fl M on boards; $9 60@io on timber; $3
per ton on clay, and $3a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam KC <p tt by sall, $6 s o ?7 fi
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $3 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, s. c., Danen and Satilla River,
Qa,, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10@12 fl M are tho rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-sterling eo day bills 24yt.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE_The banks purchise
sight checks on New York at par to X premium.
Outside they purchase at l-isox * cent, pre?
mium, and sell at 3-i6@x premium.
marketa by Telegraph.
Noon.-Consola 92??. Bonds OJJ?.
TARIS, Jnne io.
Noon.-Rento3 55i 66c
NEW YORK, June io.
Noon -Frelehta firm. Stocks steady. Gold
strone at i4x. Money easy at 6. Exchange,
lone ox; short iox. Qorernmenta firm and quiet
State oonds very arm.
Fvenlng.-Money easy at 7. Sterling dull at
o??a?x. Go'd i4Xai4X. Governments closed
Arm at about Saturday's prices. Tenness^es
strone. North and sou h Carolinas Bteady,?4>nt
all very dull. Freights steady.
LIVBHPOOL, June io.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and steady: up?
lands nxd, Orleans liXaiiJid.
Latter.-cotton steady; sates 12 OOO baleB; spec?
ulation and export 301/0.
ET? nlng.-Cotton cl .faed steady and unchanged.
NRW YORK. June lo.
Noon.-Cotton dull: Hales 70 bales; middlings
livening.-Cotton )ic lower; sales 608 bales:
middlings 26Xc Sales of future delivery 6400
bales. asfollow8: July. 20. 26X. 25% 2S??, 20 3-1B;
AtigiiBt. W, September. 23?i-.23X;Ociooer, -20%;
November, ?ox ; December, it?>ic.
BOSTON, Jnne io.
Cotton dull; middlings 26Xc: net receipts 133
bales; gross 2630; tales 160; stock 12.000.
PHILADELPHIA, Jnne io.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 27c.
BALTIMORB, June IO.
Cotton dull and nominal; middlings 2G<?aj
2tJ,'c; gross receipts 6; expona coastwise 2U5;
sales 120; IO last]evening; stoc* 24ln bales.
NORFOLK. Jane io.
Cotton qnlet and Arm; low mid Hugs 24Xc;
net receipts 80S baies; exports coastwise ?84;
sales so; stock is3s.
WILMINGTON. Jane IO.
Cotton Arm; mi,Milnes 25c; Rei receipt s l5 bales;
exports coastwise 7U; stock i39l.
SAVANNAH, June IO.
Cotton quiet and Arm; middling* 23Xa23Xc;
net receipts 321 bales; exports coastwise I606;
AOOUSTA, Jane io.
Cotton quiet; middlings 24%c; receipts 4> bales;
MKMPDIS, Jnne 10.
Cotton in fair demand; middling 26Xa:6Xc; re?
ceipts 178 bales.
MOBILE, Jone io.
coron nominal; middlings26c; net iccclpisso
balts; sales loo; BLOCK 37.?O.
NEW ORLEANS, June 10.
Cotton dall and nominal; middlings 2b%c; net
receipts 370 Dales ; gross 376; sales 20u; atocK ?1,710
GALVESTON, June 10.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 20Xe.; exports
coastwise 1654; BLOCK 1335.
PROVISIONS AND PRODOCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. June 10.
Spring wheat 12al2s 3d. Breadstuff* generally
quiet. Short riba 32a ed.
NEW YORK, June 10.
Noon.-Four quiet and uuchsLged. Wheat
quiet and steady. Corn dec.lnlug. r"ork Steady;
mess SIS40*184$. Lard steady; steam O'*au'?c.
Turpentine steady at 67a67xc. Rosin quiet ;
I strained $3 co.
Evening_Flour quiet and nnchanged. Whis?
key active at 9JC Wheat about lc better, bnt
very quiet; winter red Western $192ai 93. Corn
lo lower on account of large leceipts, and moir
doing. Rice quiet at 8X"0Xc Naval stores
steady. Tulum ateady at OX- Pork qalet and
steady at $13 4 sa ia 60. Lard armer at 8Xa9Xc.
CINCINNATI, Jue io.
Floor dull at $8 60aS 75. Corn steady at 61a62.
Pork, advance asKed, bat noue established; reg?
ular $12 25; city $14 76. Lard, demand dgntand
holders firm; kettie 9c; winier steam ?X. Bacon,
ciear nb sides 7a7Xc; clear ames /Xa7X. Whiskey
buoyant and unsettled, 87 asked; small sales.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBUS, Jane 8
Oar market dull; middlings 24c Receipts to?
day 2 bales against 9 last week and 17 corres?
ponding week 1871. Shipped same day 7 against
216 and 22. Sales 6; receipts 2; shipments 7.
MONTGOMERY, June 8.
The market ls quiet; good ordinary 22Xc; strict
good ordinary 22X; low middlings 23X; mid?
WILMINGTON, Jone 9.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market yesterday
was active at au advance or X cent, and 445 casks
changed hands at 49 eta per gallon fur Southern
ROSIN.-Sales of 1150 bbls at $2 90 for No 2, $4
a4 25 fur low pale, $4 60 to $4 76 for pale, ami $6
for extra pale.
CRUDE I URPENTINE.-The receipts by river and
rall were 892 bola wblcn sold to distillers ami
shippeis at $2 60 for hard, $3 75 for yellow dip,
and $4 tn for virgin.
TAR.-139 bbls changed hands at $3 per bbl.
Uai kee steady. ?-?a
COTTON.-A mixed lot of 20 bales soldat 22 ^c
Baltimore Grain MarKet.
BALTIMORE, June 7.
FLOUR.-Receipts continue fair, and with little
demand stocks are accumulating in hands of re?
ceivers. Tne tendency or prices have bteadliy
lavored butera, bot still not sufficient to lndnce
any extended operation?, shippers keep ont of
tue market, and the reduced figures asked for
Brazil brands have failed to attract then atten?
tion. On Thursday all high grades of Baltimore
trade brands were, reduced 60u per bbl. Sales for
the week were as follows :
Un ward street-100 bra super $7 70; 100 do ex
ra $9 6o; 2oo do family $lo 25all 25. To-day, lu J
hrs ?uper $7 60; 100 do extra 48 60; loo uo du
$9 26; 1 OJ do family $10 50.
Western-(Oblo, Indiana, Ac )- loo brs extra
1 20 : 400 do coolee $9a9 ?0. To-day, 200 brs lam
I $10 60.
Northwestern.-100 bra "common super p. t.; 100
do extra $7 60. To d iy, 300 ors extra $8 76a9.
City Mills.-We are not apptlsed of any trans
ac I0.1H fur export. Brazil or.mds are held at
at $9 TSaio, a decline of $1 from tue former ask?
ing figures. To-day, loo ors line $6 26.
GRAIN.-Receipts from -ainroay to Thursday,
inclusive, comprised of wheai 9175 bushels: corn
179,695 (- f which l22,3uo went into elevator., oats
4i, loj bushels; rye Ooo busnels Tne market lor!
wheal has been slnirglsii, millers buying bnt
spsringly on account of the dall sale of (lour;
prices nave favored bayera .-outuern corn ha*
been la demand, and prices comparatively
siesdy for white; yea JW la2c off; Western on un?
irai k steady, ?uh moderate sales; in elevator |
maintained at 6Sc Oat}, under neavy supplies 0
Western, market has rai Un 1 ff 8a4c per oushe .
Rye scarce and firm. Transactions for the week
to Thursday incl .sive, were as follows:
Com.-Sales embrace so ooo bushels Southern
white at 76aS0 ceuts-balk 7ia79, cmstng at toe
inside for prim-; 650 bushels Western white at
73%a74; gooo bushels do. to arrive, on pilvate
i erins; 7600 bushels southern jeliuw at 69i72c,
mostiv 7ia7i ; 19,000 bushels Western at 70a7*o lor
mixed and yedow on tne tr ?ck, closing at 7o J,
and from e evaior at 08c To-day 62,150 bushels
received (24.00U of which went imo elevator.) Mar?
ket steady, sa'ea 13 000 bushels som ii em white
at 78c; 1400 bushels do chol :c at 78c; 1200 bu-hels
inferior to lair at 76a77c; 400 nn>hei< Western,
J at Point, at 7?c; 76uO busneu MOUI hern ye 1 JW ut
I 67a70c; bulK at 88afl9; 800 bushels WtBtcrn mixed
on track, at 68c. stock tu-nay In the elevator
165 627 bushels.
Wneat.-2200 bushels Western white $2 10; 1800
barbels Michigan amber $2 06a210; 400 Wesieru
red $2; 1600 bushels Pennsylvania red $2a210; 600
bu-hels southern do $t 8?a2 05. To day, 2000 j
tm-ii els received; KO j bushels Southern um uer
Said at ?2a: lu.
Oata-2000 bushels Pennsylvania 67c; 8000
bUHhels Southern light floa?2c; 6000 bushels Wett?
ern bright at 68s69o in the brgtnnlug of the week,
and at close 64a66c: 18,000 busnels do m xed early
in the week at 64a66c, and closed at liasse. To?
day, sales active, ?ooo busnels Western mixed 61a
62c; 1400 busnels Western bright 64c; 1500 bushels
do light 66c; small lot Son hera hgut soc.
The New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Jnne 7.
The Financial Chronicle says: We have bad
another week of exct ement In cotton, attended
by wide fluctuai lons in prices, and in the ag?
gregate a considerable advance, the result of an
overt-old condition of the maiket at a time when
tho sup,dy ls so small as to oe easily controlled.
This speculative movement has continued to re?
ceive strength from the improvement ac Liver?
pool and the fair spinning demand here. In fact,
uolders have had the entire control of prices, and
some or them state that the only reason why
they have not forced the advance witn me
s tead in esa of the p ceding fortnight, h aa been
the lear that If i hey did the shorts would, as the
bulls express lt, "lie down" on the buyers-that j
Is, repudiate the com races, whereas by lettlne
the market fall off a little at Intervals the shorts
wonld be encouraged to renew their margins as
a prelude io a final scoop.
The probabilities as to the extent or the next
crop have had no influence upon operators, for lt
Is believed that lt will matu re Ute. and the present
crop lt ls claimed will be exhaust-d before lt can
be brought to market. Hence there has been a |
marked advance during the week for August,
August contracts berne nearly 3c higher than
contraciB for September, and nearly 2c higher
tban last Friday. Thursday prices, both for spots
and futures, feil x to XC and to day there was a |
further decline of Xo tor spot cotton and XaXc
for futures. The prices last reponed for futures
were (oasis low middling) 25 ii-i6c for Jane; 26x
f ir July; 26X for August; V3X for September;
21X forOe'?Der;20X for >ovember; lox for De?
cember. Tue total sales of this description for
(he week were 173,?00 bales. For Immediate de?
livery the sales were 6528, including 29? tor ex?
port, 4448 for consumption, 1444 for speculation
and 340 in transit.
Chas. A. Easton'! Cotton Report for the
Week finding June 7.
NEW YOBK, June 8.
THE MARKET.-in our lastieport the market
closed quiet at sop.'c for middlings. Saturday tue
market was qu' - nat firm, the advance in con
ttacts strengt.. < ling holdeta. Sales 313 nales;
prices unchanged. Monday the market was
strone, and pikes fully Xe higher. The offerings
were fair, but composed lareeiy of low grades.
Sales 595; middlings 27xe Tuesday lhere was a
fair demand from spinners at unchanged prices,
sales 1186. Wednesday the market was strong
and prices a shade Armer. There waa a fair de?
mand from speen Utera to All matann g contracts.
1 ?ales 2622; middlings 27%c. Thursday the market
was quiet and prices easier, .??alas 1217; mid?
dlings 27c. Yesterday the market was weak Hud
prices irregular; ttiedcmahu was limited. Ss'ee
695; middlings 26%c.
Uplauu and Mobile New Texas
Ordinary.20*? 20)? 20X 20>?
Good ordinary...24>? 24% 24% 2*%
Luw middling.. ..25% 2i% 25% 25%
Middling.2?% 26% 26% 26%
Sales of the wees: 6523 bales-including 4448
to spinners, 1144 to speculators, and. 636 to ex?
Groas receipts at this port for the week ?o.iss
bales, since 1st .-eptember 660,461 bales, against
98i.1,13 last year.
STATISTICAL POSITION- 1872. 1871?
Stock in Liverpool.912 OOO 913.970
Afloat from Inula.?eo.'ooo ISS.OLO
Anoat from America.87 ooo 20a,ooo
> ti ick in London.236 510 85,050
Afloat for London.103,000 87 0 >0
Smck in Havre.184,790 20,670
Afloat for Havre.106,_. 08 3l,i?i0
Stock io Bremen. 26 600 01,188
Afloat for Bremen. 44 270 64o38
Stuck In the United States ports. 179,002 254,360
S ock in the Interior towns. 20.820 21.5.3
Total.2,068 760 1,923,419
Excels In visible supply, com?
pared Wllh 1871. .... 135,841
Stuck of cotton held by Man?
chester spinners at the mills. 210,000 90,000
Price or middling Orleans in
Liverpool. 1113-16d 8%d
Price ut middling Orleans In
f*ew York. 20%c I9%c
Price of gold. 14 12%
New York Coffee Market.
NEW YORK, June 8.
The Dally Bulletin, of Satuiday, says: The
radical change In the gene al tone or me mar?
ket, nutlced Dy ns durlug the past two or three
day-, i-eems to ne acknowledged by ail classe* of
op?rai ors, and now lhere ls almost a uuiversal
expiesslou of strength and confluence, with a
good many of the trade predio*lng a much high?
er range before the npw ira turo uf values shad
nave reached a culmm .Unit point. AU the amlcl
patlonj or a large distribution to the interior
seem likely to be realized, the stocks In both first
and second hands are reduced, and what remain
are u der good and strong control, and with no
immediate prospect ot additions of magul ude,
lt ls argued that buy< rs have only to insis* upon
extreme prices to obtain them. Of Brazils the
s e c u rn in u lat lo ', lt ls Bald, does not amount to
more than enough for a good six week's trade,
anu. with the known light bblpments from ttlo,
there ls not likely to bu many escapes coming
in to maka good ?ny (tendencies, and as Jobbers
are poony stocke t importers appear to think
there ls scarcely a possibility or any thing oc?
curring to rob them or the advantage already
obtained, but, on the co itrary, many chances for
them to gain a still better .foothold. West India
stales too are much In favor still and anything
utail desirable meets with quick ait inion at
full prices, with many whole parcels recently
bougnt already worth a protlt wi hoot breaking
up, as the flrst hand stocks are so reduced sn ?
hell nt such extreme figures that the stock ls
valuable wherever lt eau be found, bist India
qualities are Just a trifid doubtful as to the exact
puBUlon occupied owtog to the secrecy preserved
on the current mov. menta, but holders ua urally
aro Arm io sympathy, with the general market,
aid knowing the relative chea pu. Bj of tue guods
are by no means ajaious to operate. The g-ne
ral movement to-dayBnas been moderaie, owing
In part to the storm and probably In a measure
to the free purchases recently made, and the full
figures at winch owners now hold the remaining
snicks, A few buters. however, were on band
and all negotiations were conducted on a basis or
extreme prices. We 11-arn tnat of 1102 bags Kio
per "Satellite," probably another invoice per same
vessel; 40oa bags Kio per '-Virginia Dare" to go
West, a resale; and otoer transactions acknowl?
edge! but not reported. It ls also pretty ceitatn
that 4589 bags Rio per "Alice" have t een s .Ul at
Baltimore, we quoieBio, gold in bond, as follows:
Ordinary cargoes 15?al6c,fdlr carg ea l7al7.Sc,
goid cargoes 18%al8%c. prime cargoes I8%a
19%c, Java, mats and bags, cold, duty paid,
2i%u24c, Singapore 18%a20, native Ceylon 18%a
20c, Maracaibo 19%a2lc. Lagnayra J 9 san sc. st.
Domlugo, (cold, tn bond,) 13ii3%c. Jamaica I8%a
i9?c. Costa Rica 19a2ic, Mexloan 19a20%c, Sava?
Wallingford ?iCo.'s Provision Circular.
CINCINNATI, June 8.
Since our la? weekly summary tbe market bas
been dull and heavy, and prices have gradually
weakened. The receipts of hoirs are nun libera.,
and con>lanes to bea depressing feature in the
trade. There has been very little Improvement in
the demand and transactions are on a moderate
scale on y. but holders arc Arm and careless about
Belling except at lull prices.
Miss PORK.-The "corner" in city mess still
keeps the market for this article In un unsettled
condition. Sales were made at $14 76. but there
ls not mach offering or much waated at this. Re?
gular messis offered at $u but not wanted at
over $11 76. Ind we think that price wilt buy some
lots. Rump pork ls n< minal, and none of any
consequence on the market, henc ; we omtt quota?
BULK Ms ATS.-There ls some Improvement In
the uemand, but buyers and Bellera are apart In
their views, and transactions have. In conseqence,
been small, shoulders could have been sold to a
fair extent at 4c, but there were no sellers nuder
4>ic. Rib sides are nominal at 6%c. Clear ribs
are in demand at ec, but % to a more Is asked.
Clear ? ides we quote at axe Bulk hams B-II from
7 to 7%o. SB to cut and size, but not many offer?
ing. Packed meats from % to % more.
BACON -Tue transactions are c mparatlvely
small, sud prices have silently depress d. Shoul?
ders generally are held at 6u, but might be shaded
mr rouud lots. Clear rib sides sold at 7c, and
clear sides 7%c, all packed, sugar-cured can?
vassed hams are brisk aud Arm at 10%*i2c, as f> ;
brand, and average. Second pickled hams Ina
10%c, and plain bacon hams 9a9%c, ail canvassed
LARD.-City kettle leaf held at 8%c. with some
sui's, but the demand not quick at thia. Prime
stt-am, winter made. 8.t3c, ami current mai-e of?
fered at 8.15. lie a neu lard for Southern trade
9>.i c In tierces, 9sc in half bbls.
BEEF.-Mea-? $'l 50al? per bbl; sugar-cured
dried $15al6 60. canvassed and packed.
Receipts by Railroad!. Jane IO.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
610 baku cotton, 201 bbls naval stores, 31 bales
goods. 800 bbls flour, 2 cars stock. To Railroad
Agent, Barden * Parker, T T Chaoeau A co, Geo
U Waller A co, W B Williams A Son, J Campsen
A co, win den .A Jones, Pelzer, R niger s A CO. W
O Courtney A co, Pringle A Son, ff ss A cn, J N
Robson, Frost, Adger A co, B O'Neill, D McPher?
son, H Bulwtnkle.
5 bales cotton. 723 bbls naval stores, cars lum?
ber, mdse, AC. To Barden A Parker, Whilden .A
Jones, TT Cn apean A co, Kinsman A Dowell R T
Walker, Witte Brus. O Lelneorood, B We ling. W
O courtenay A co, W O Bee A co, Railroad Agent,
New Moon, 5th. 10 honra. 4 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14tu. 2 hours, 0 minutes, morn'g.
Full Moon. 2lst. J hour, 39 minutes, monitor.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 hours. 8 minuti a, evenlug.
a. A a.
MAMTSK If KWH.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JUNE ll. 1872.
i.at 82 deg4S min83 sec. I Lon 79deg67 mm2Tsec.
AKKiVKU Y USTE KAIA i.
British bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown. Provi?
dence, RI, - days. Ballast. To Henry Card.
Sehr Young America. Gage, Havana, - days.
Mola-ses, coffee, Ac. To M J Quintero. (Previ?
ously reported at Quarantine.)
Spanish brig Vencedor. Corcha, Gibara, Cuba
12 days. Ballast. To W P Hali.
Sehr J H stickney, Fooks, Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
OT FOB THIS PORT.
Brig Altavela, Cousins, at Baltimore, June 8.
CLEARED FOB THIS PORT.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, atfh?adolphla,
Sehr Caroline Yonng, Young, at Philadelphia,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
N?w YORK, Jnne 10.
Arrived, steamships Western Metr?polis, Euro?
pa and Atlantic
Evening.-Arrived, steamship Canada.
Arrived out, the City or Pans, Adriatic and Ne?
The British bark James Holmes, from Philadel?
phia ror Charleston, put Into Norfolk, Va, June 4,
leaking badly. . "
The Wilmington (NC) Joarnul, ol the9th inst,
says the German bark Shanghai, while attempt?
ing to round the Frying Pan Mioals on Wednes?
day last, struck on what Is known as the Western
Knuckle. Lost her false keel and a nart of matu
keel, and st-aloed herseir very badly; appears to
be nogged slightly on the starboard side. L'ght.
ened herseir off Wednesday by t .rowing over 338
bbls rosin, part or deck load, and floated off Fil
<3ay eveuinir, with pall, and put back for this port,
came over the main bar. and is now lying between
the malo bar and rip leaking at the rate of six J
Inches per hour. _ _
The British bark Peter Crerar, Campbell, from
Btaufort, S c, for London, was at st Tnomas Msy
18; had been remetalled, and would soon begin
to reship cargo. 1
LIST OF VESSELS
UT, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS FORT.
The Annie, Da vi 3. sailed.Mardi 16
Br narie Onward, Evana, np.April 12
The Georgiana,-, np.April 17
The Dake or cornwall, Keays, sailed.Hay 22
The Essex, smith, sailed.March 26 :
The Amazon, McDonald, up.May 14
Bt hark Architec, Dna dung con, np.May 4
wsST HARTLEPOOL, ENO.
Tl ie Pegarus, Chris; lansen, cleared.May 16
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
SWAN'S KA, ,
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Weller, sailed.April 8
Brig Slmoda, oondy, cleared.Jane 1
Sehr F Shay, Hatching, cleared.Jane 1
Sehr Daybreak. Blake, cleared.June 4
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, np.jane 8
Sehr carne A Bentley, np.jnne e
Br bark Jas Holmes, Wise, cleared.May 17
Sehr Caroline Yoong, Young, cleared....June 7
Sehr Matoska. Fooks, cleared.Jane 1
Sehr Henry Allen, Tat ern, cleared...May 16
Seor Ellas Moore, Deo root, up.June 4
Br bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown, sl'd..Mayl8
Sehr John k Frank. MatheTs, cleared.June 1
GEORGETOWN, S. 0
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
C. White, will receive i-relghtTnisL
DAY. at Commercial Wharf, a. d I-ave ai aoo.e
TO-MORROW (Wednesday) MORNING, nt 6 o'clock.
App.j ou boa d br to
SHACK.ELFO.vD k KELLY, Agents,
Jnnu-l* som h rn Wharf.
pOB GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The steamer PLANTER, Captain J. _ JTjv
T.Foster, ls now receiving Freight JHBSHSC
at Accommodation Wharf, and will- .leave on
WEDNESDAY NIORT, the 12th, instant.
f reight and wharrage must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage apply to me Captain
cn board, or to
RAYENEL, HOLMES k 00.
j cnn -2 Ko. 177 East Bay.
KEITHFIELD AND WAVERLY MILLS, AND
LANDINGS ON THE WAGOAlfAW, BLACK
AND SAMPIT RIVERS. ALSO, LAND?
INGS ON TH?PEEDEE, BELOW THE
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain
J. T. Foster, la now receiving L
Freight at Accommodation wnarr, and wuiieave
on WEDNESDAY MO ur, the 12th Instant.
Frelyne and Wharfage prepaid.
Freight for points above Georgetown will be
transferred to steamer CLARA, which will land at
the various Plantations, thus Baring planters the
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For Freight ox FaiBige, apply to the Captain
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OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
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For Freight engagements apply to Captara on
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i a sar-nee br steamers of this Line % percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very tine Deck Stateroom acco m mod attona, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 38 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
Jon5_ . ? .
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES!
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERT WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from tV'JtfS??L
Raliway sutton or Seaport in areat^3?lisssj&
Britain, Ireland, Norway; Sweden, ixauiark,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and tao
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers SOO. By Saturday's steamers $66 and $75.
EXCUKSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $83; steerage, $28, all payable in
Parties sending for their friends in the Old
Goa ut ry can purchase tickets at lowest rates. ?.
For farther particulars a np ly to the Agents,
- HENDERSON: BROTHERS,
. No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.',
Orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
, apni-3mosnaw_Charleston. S. 0.
pl OE LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their first-class, full power
Iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 48 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office So. 39 Broadway) $80,
DOC Freight or cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 88 Wall street, H. T.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston and flew York Steamers, which
make close conuectlojAvltli the above Une.
For particulars and Ste of Fr el ir h o an ply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
mars Qr WM. A. COURTENAY._
Jp ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPT-S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN?.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. .
Steamers ot the above Une leave Pier,
No. 42, North River, foot Of Canal:
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or tne? lot
and 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect ar. Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls OB
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AspluwaU.
One hundred pounds baguage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York.
joiy2a-lyr_, F. R. HABY. Agent.
Patent itteoicituo. *
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL N
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Medicine of Paris
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc'a Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. - BC?W. charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In Ihe majority of
cases, its beneGchl effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
ol* powder and box ol loienges- ?
Depu ii Paris, L. FRERE, 19, me Jj?cb
Agents In Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE A
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. j