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"TWITED STATE* COURT-ID the District
KoTZJvl Stag, Bryan, Wm. Vance of
Seaton, bankrupt, received his final dis?
charge In due lorm of law.
COTTON BLOOM.-Mr. Geo. B. Shrank, of
George's S atlon, bas sent us a flue cotton
bloom, from the plantation of Mr. P. w.
Bentz. It ls the first bloom heard of In the
county, and ls deemed very early.
THE SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB MAROON'. At the
maroon ol th- Sumter Social Club, held at
Mount Pleasant on the 12th instant. Mr. J. w.
HarriB won the gold headed cane for the out?
side prize, and Mr. Henry Brown, of the Sum
tera, won the prize given by the dob.
Towy ELECTION AT SOMMERVILLE.-At an
eleotion held at Summerville, on the 10th in?
stant, the iollowlng officers were elected:
Intendant-I. Hall Waring. Wardens-B.P.
Coburn, L. Bennett, colored, L. J. Maddocks,
colored, E. J. Llmenonse.
THE SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
On ard alter Monday next the express train
on this road will arrive at 7 A. M.. and the
day train will leave Charleston at 7.40 A. M.,
and arrive at Charleston at 6 50 P.M. The
3.30 P. M. express train from Charleston
make* dose connection with the Port Royal
Railroad for Beaufort.
SHEUNAH LODGE, NO. 5, A. Y. M., will
haye a Masonic celebration on the 24th. In?
stant In honor of St. John the Baptist. The
lodge will go on an excursion daring the day
to ScanlonvUle, and have a good time gener?
ally. An important feature of the occasion
will be the presentation of a fenner to the
lodge, at 8 o'olock A. M, at the Military Hall.
TAX BALES.-The sale of real property for
taxes due was resumed yesterday at 12 M,
with but a small attendance. Twelve pieces
of properly were offered, eleven ol which
were bid In by the State for the taxes, and the
other, consisting of a lot, with building, In
Dereef s court, belonging to P. Y. A. Peach
eraud, was knocked down to J. D. Kennedy.
The sal ji Will be resumed to-day, beginning
with the letter -R."
OUR PRIDES CORREST.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, Issued this morning. Made
up with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, lt forms, with
the bu>lness card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that cm be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with bui-inew cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
five cents. ._
CRUMB?.-Dolly varden lager beer is posl- ?
lively the last wrinkle.
There were no Bales of real estate yester?
There was nothing done ia the Court of Com?
mon Pleas yesterday, lt having adjourned on
Wednesday until ten o'clock this, morning,
when the issue docket will be sounded.
Toe Irish Rifle Club will picnic at Mount
Pleasant on the 19, h Instant
MR. THOMAS P. MAGRATH.-The Edgefleld
Advertiser, In its court report. Bays: "A
pleasant feature ot Tuesday morning's session
was the appearance in court of our gifted and
- popular townsman, Thomas P. Magrath, Esq.
Thia sound, able and experienced law ye;,
though much confined to his oui ce now-a
days by 111 health, ls as vlgorons and trench?
ant as In his palmiest days. Many Irlends,
who bad not seen bim tor Borne time, wer?
delighted to greet him on this occasion.
THE PSBSZ ISQCSST.-Aa inquest was held
yesterday morning, at the coroner's office,
upon the body of Raphael Perez, who was
shot the evening before In Marke tstreet, In
an affray with Francis Y>ctor Valdez. Lieu?
tenant Chapman and private O'Keeie ot the
police loree were examined, and testified
mainly aa to the arrest of Valdez. The testi?
mony ot private O'Keefe went to show that
Perez fired the first shot, and both of the o ul?
cera testified that at the house in George
street their ingress waa opposed by a woman
and not by Valdez. Aa soon as they had en?
tered, the latter surrendered himself. Tue
jury adjourned over until eleven o'clock this
morning, without taking any further testi?
mony. Valdez ls held under arrest at the
Guardhouse, subject to the order of the cor?
Meetings Tills Day.
Marion Lodge, 1.0.0. F., at 8 P. M.
Wagener Artillery Club, at 6 A. M.
-Sena Fire Company, at half-past 8 P. M.
La Candeur Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sale? Trill Day.
Miles Drake will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
* store, clothing:, hats, &C
Winiam McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
?tore, furniture, mule, Ac.
IMPOSTED SELTZER'S WATER, warranted gen- j
nine, by A. Tiefenthal. Jual3-3
PANAMA HATS and Genta' Coats, Pants, 4c.,
nicely deaned, and faded coats renewed at
Otto San mag's, Wentworth street, near Arte?
rTTROHGOTT, BENEDICT ? CO., 244 King I
Street, have received per steamship Georgia j
4 cases of 4-4 Ellerton u. S. Bleached cele?
brated Brining, which they offer for this
week at 15 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered In any market.
Yi THTRSTT MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch or the Hasel street es?
SPECIAL ANNOOKCEHEN --We have Just re?
ceived one thousand box?8, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without Initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ?-Louis Coben
* Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the lavest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. LODIS COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street mayie
BUILD ENG MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, &c, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. p. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne etreet and No. 33 PInckney street.
The above are all made at his own iactory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturera. mchS-fmwlyr
FOBCHGOTT, BE EC-.CT A Co, 244 King ,
street-150 rolls r,esh matting, received per
steam*!, p Champlou 25 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, io all desirable Bhades, only 20
cen*. 2 cases more of the 10-4, AN(I
12-4 Allendale Quilts, at tl 37 and $l 50. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods has been greatly re?
duced In price.
LOST CHILD.-A dark complexioned colored
girl, named Eliza, stoutly built and nine
years of age, Btrayed about three weeks ago
irom Caroline While wlih whom she was walk?
ing. Her mother, Francis Brown, will be
glad to hear of her at No. 9 Wall streeL
HENDRICKS ARRESTED AND BAILED.-H. W.
Hendricks, whose cowardly attack upon Mr.
John A. MOTOBO, of the Courier, was described
in THE NEWS of yesterday, was arrested yes
! terday morning upon a charge of assault with
a deadly weapon, and assault and battery. He
was carried before Trial Justice J. G. Mackey
for examination, and was bound over In the
Bum of five hundred dollars to appear for
trial at the next session of the Criminal
AQUATIC-Under the impetus or the recent
regatta, we understand that another boat
club ls forming, and will soon take Its stand
by the side of the other two. The new club ls
spoken of as the "Atlantic," and among its
movers are a number of young oarsmen,
whose skill and muscle will make the Atlan
tlcs worthy rivals of their elder brethren. A
meeting wlli be held shortly, and as soon as
organized the new club propose getting out a
MOUNTED DRILL.-The Charleston Social
Mounted Club assembled yesterday alternoon
in full- uniform, at the corner of Line and
Bh.ppb.erd streets, and marching up to John?
son's Farm had a good drill for nearly two
hours. About thirty members paraded, all
well mounted, and made a fine appearance
while practicing their tilting. Warden Haw?
thorne and Secretary Liebenrood contended
for a bowl of punch. They each ran three
tilts and tied each lime, but on the fourth the
sword proved weightier than the pen, and the
secretary was beaten. The punch was dis?
cussed to the satisfaction of aU the members
on their return from the drill.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Wm. Hasel, lodged for
being drunk and jalslng a disturbance on
East Bay, was fined one dollar.
Lafayette Woolfe, arrested for firing his
pistol at half-past twelve A. M. yesterday in
King street, was fined five dollars.
Francis Victor Valdez, the young Cuban,
lodged for snooting and killing Raphael Perez?
in Market street, Just weet of Meeting, was
turned over to the order of the coroner.
Thomas Plnckney, who was lyi?sr ?? a slate
of mental abstraction on East Bay, near
Southern wborr, with a strong smell of whis?
key about him, was fined one dollar for be?
One cow found straying in the upper wards
was fined one dollar. .
AU the fines were promptly paid and things
made generaUy pleasant for all parlies.
flNANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
PA KC E LO N A-Per Spanish brig Monarca-1260
Krporta of the Week ending Jane 13.
LONDON-Per Norw bart B'Jorvlken-700 ton9
BELFAST, IRELAND-Per Br bark Zella-sao tons
NEW TORE-Per steamship Champion-1107
bale, upland cotton. 71 tierces or rice, 1U6 ba es
ao-Lestto* sud goons, 168 emnty bbls, 67 bundles
paper, 1774 bbls potatoes, 6762 boxes veuetabits,
and Ruudnea - p. r steamship Georgia-23 bags
bea island and i402 bale? upland c tton, 106 ba en
d >'mrsties and goods, 36 Dei ces rice, 6o casks clay,
a39 obis naval -tore?, 77 '?aies hides, 200 packs rice
cfin ti, io 19 bbls p itatoes, 6030 crates vegetables
and 97 packages euudrlea.
PHIL ADKLPHIA-P?T B t e ? rn s h lp Gulf stream-ill
balea conon, 107 bales domestic good-. 646 bbls
naval stores 103 t erees rice, 2ts tons old tr<>n, 641
bb:? potatoes, 1468 boxes vegetables, and 78 pkgs
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sei Qull-166 bales
cotio i, 1 9 tierces rice. 2.0 -o.n ro-ln, 100 ca-Ks
clay, 34.(KO r- et or lumber. 46 bbls flnar, 648crates
vegetaole, 177 bbls potatoes 14 bales domestic-, l
horse, And 70pKgs mn.inea_Per Behr J H btlck
i ey-163,000 fret of lumber.
NEW BAVEN-Per scar Alice B Gardner-150,000
feet resawed lumber.
The ( haneiion market.
FOB THE WEBE ENDINO THURSDAY. JUNE 13.
THE CROPS.-The Intelligence In reference to the
growing crops have presented, on the whole, a
very favorable aspect, and the progress at present
seems to be quite promising. There are still
complaints, howey o' a want of rain in Iocall
t es, and lu BUCH pu. the plants look lndlfler
ent. Information from the rice fields mention
the appearance of the caterpillar on some ol the
plantai lons, which may eau i e damage. The New
Orleaus Cotton Exchange have made their first
report on the cotton crop for the season, and
they give, as the area planted, an Increase or
about six per cent. In Mississippi, of five per cent.
In Louisiana, eighteen per cent, in Texas, twenty
two per cent, m Arkansas, tineen per cent. In
Tennessee, ten to twelve per cent, in Alabama,
twenty-two per cent, in North Carolina, seven
and a half per cent, m South Carolina, ten per
cent, in Georgia, six per cent. In Florida.
THE BECBIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 10,763 bales,
against 13,117 bales the week before asd 28,136
bales for the time of the year previous. At New
Orleans the supplies were 1870 bales. In contrast
with 7876 bales for the week of last year. Toe total
receipts at the cotton ports from september 1,
1871, up to the latest dates were 2.861,663 bales,
against 3,838,200 bales the year previous, showing
a decrease or 1,176,687 bales. The arrivais at
the principal Southern ports from Septem?
ber 1,1971, np to the latest telegraphic intelli?
gence, as compared with the year before, were as
? . . " 1872. 1871.
New Orleans, June 12.046.782 L8?1 863
Mobile, Jun* Vi.284.831' 892 891
Savannah, Jun?is..440.714 TIM61
Charleston. June 12 .264.741 837'l64
Galveston. June 12.183,489 287*688
Norfolk, June 12.266,076 3i8.762
Wilmington, June 12.. 61.280 88 486
Other ports, June 12.222,899 314,'747
Total bales.2,661,663 3.838.2T0
Total decrease to date.1.176.637
The arrivals of cotton at the chief South?
ern centres from June 6 to 12, 1872, Inclusive,
as reported by telegraph, were as follows. This
includes all points but overland:
June 6.140.June 7. 32t )
Junes.irs.June 10. 378 > 1,646
Junell.64?..Juno 12.. 146)
For the corresponding weet last year..... 6,685
Jane 6. 30.June 7. 27)
June 8.... 47.June 10. 60} leo
Jun? ll. 4.Jnne 12. \)
June 8. 463.June 7. 150)
J,un" s.2*2.June io.ml l 771
Jone 6. 348.june 7.... oisi
June,.?.... 736.june io..] 515} 8456
Jme ll.413.June 12. 531? '
U?t year.2 499
GALVESTON- " '
June A.... 25.June 7.196)
Jnne 8. 16.June lo._( ORR
Janell. _.June 12. 21
.fur|e 8. 44.June 7. 60,
J00",?. I?.June 10 . 865 J 2 370
Janell. 682.June 12.. 624 J
Last year./. 2 926
Jane 6. 12.June 7. 9)
.Ju e,8. I.Juoeio. 15} se
Janell. 3.......jQneu. ?oj
Total 1872.. ~trm
The stocks or the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
tr^v ft TL,ve,rpool.bales.. .91J.00O "looo
Stock in Glasgow. 300 6 o
Stock In Havre. 2i?uoo oaSn?
stock in Marseine8;.v.v. v.;:::2 !.?^ ?c8 %?
Stock in Bremen. ?ooo M SS
Stock in AmsterdamV.:;:.";.V.;:;.9?^ 57%w
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American
A float for Bremen (American).... 6 .ooo
Total indian cotton afloat for
Stock lu United Mates ports.165.109
Stock In tbe interior towns. 21,209
Increase of stock lu slitbt.
I The receipts at this port for tho week J
minai ed were 8 bags of sea Islands and I
and 3453 bales uplands, ot which 1500 wei
Mobile, agalnbt9 nags or sea Islands aod I
and 2274 bales or uplands the week bed
- bass or Bea l-l ands and Floridas and 241
of uplands for the corresponding period lou
These supplies came as follows, say of t
per South Carolina Railroad 3404 bales, pet
eastern Railroad 30 bales, Savannah and C
ton Railroad -, Peedee 9, Saateeio.
islands, Floilda 1, Edlsto 2. There have t
celved during the past two weeks 2698 1
cotton from Mobile by rall, about 1600 ol
were during the past week, which, deducic
the above gross receipts of 34DC, leaves
rivals for the week proper at l95d bales.
THB Corro* MARKET.-This staple wi
and easier. The foreign market was at ll <
receded to ilJ?@HJ?d; at New York prlc<
menced at 2aj?c and declined to 26A?C; whl
the article was dull and but little doing,
tlons lor most of the time being alto
nominal. The transactions and prices at
pool and New York ror this period were
lows: On Friday. Jane 7, the former was t
uplands nsd, Bales 12 ooo bales; the latt
steady, uplands 26\c, sales 395 ba es. On
day the former ?as firm, upi ind s n>?d
12,000 bales; the latter was steady, nplands
salci 656 bales. On Monday the forme
steady, uplands ll vd, sales 12,000 Dales; tl
ter was dull and xe f> m lower, uplands
sales 668 bales. Oa Tuesday the former ws
uplands lt Xrt, Baie J 10,000 bales; the latte
quiet at 26Aic, bales 4(8 ba es. On Wedr
the former was dull, uplands llJi@llKd,
10,000 bales; the latter was nominal at
sales 2027 bales. Yesterday the former wi
changed, nplands ll}i@ll?cl, sales 12,000
the latter was quiet at 26 Ai c.
The sales and price- in this market dnrlt
period under review were as follows: On F
Jnne 7th, the article was dull and depresBe
limited transactions being at unsettled rates
40 bales, mostly mixed pucked and ILzht w
quotations nominal. On Saturday the bu
was restricted to the sale by ono factor
bales, mostly middling grade, at 25>ic ft lb
tatlons nomin? on Monday the market w
tromciy quiet and there were no transaciii
note; eales or io bales tinged qualities at 23cs
ft lb; quotations nouilnal. On Tuesday the s
was dull and flat, aud there were no transac
On Wednosday the market continued cull
nominal, and no sales took place. Yesti
there were no sales, and quotations were non
SKA ISLAND COTTON.-There were no rec
of note, only one bag or Floridas and two of
oliuas coming to hand. lhere was an ab-cn
d<maud, and the market was quiet duiia(
week, the transactions being probably lesa
26 bags, of which 6 were Mot idas at 65c ft lb
BICE.-Some 3000 bushels of Carolina r
were received, ibe transactions lp this i
were moderate, but closed more active with
sider able transactions, the nm feet showl:
steady, unchanged character, with sales of a
600 tierces of clean Carolina, among which
42 tierces at 7, 20 at 7>i, 64 at 8,161 at 8 3-16, :
8Ai, 6 at 8\, 24 at 8?, 10 at 8??C, 276 on PH
terms. We quote common to rair at ~y?@s-.\
8Ai @8Xc. The caterpillar ls announced as ba
ap pea rt d among the growing crop of ric?
many of the rives, and the cons?quences
looked to wlih anxiety.
NATAL STORES.-These articles are coming
waid toa liboral extent, and the receipts foi
week were 1801 bbls spirits turpem me and
bbls rosin, spirits turpentine has been in t
demand at firm rates, docing dull, w
rosins were In moderate request. The tr
actions were aboat as folllows : Oa Frli
Jane 7, Bplrlts of turpentine was act
sales 200 bbls at 47x@48Xc ft gal
aa to packages. Robins were in demand, \
sales of 700 bbls at $5 76 for extra pale, $t
pale, $4 76 .'or low pale, $4 ror ex* -a No 1, $31
3 76 for No 1. T e low glades were in derna
but there was no stock. On Saturday, Jua
there were no sales reported. On Monday, J
10, spirits turpentine was In steady request
stronger prices; sales 260 casks at 49@50o ft l
lon as to packages, also some 700 bbls
rosin were sold at $6 76 for extra pale, $5
pa'e, $4 76 for low pale, $4 for extra No 1, $3 t
3 76 for No 1, S3 26 for tow Ko 1, $3 for extra
2, $2 90 for NO 2, $2 80 for 1? w No 2, $2 75
strained. On Tuesday, Jane ll, spirits v
Armer; sales 200 bbls at 50@5ic ft gallon,
to packages. There were no sales of rosin
ported. On Wednesday apb Its was somewl
dull; sales 200 bbl? at 6l@6?c ft gillon, as In pa
ages. There were no sales of rosins reported, a
the market was bare of common qaalli les. Y
terday sj irita was dull with 49@50c bid os
paokages, no sales reported, lhere was a mc
erato Inquiry for rosins; sales 700 bbls on the ba
of $6 26 for fancy brands extra pale, $6 ror pa
$4 78 for low pale; 109 bbs dull and opaque
$2 ?0@4; one lot, 127 bbls, sold on the wharf, sa;
pale and 60 low pale at $t 75, 12 extra No 1 S31
42 dull $4, 9 opaque $2 26. Crude turpem inn m
be quoted at S3 60 for virgin, S2 76 for yellow di
and SI 80 for hard.
HAT.-The supplies were entirely by rall, son
soo b des coming to hand from the West. Ti
transactions were confined to the retail trade.
CORN -The arrivals were about 18.000 bushel
say oooo from Baltimore by steam, aud 9000 t
sall and 4030 from Philadelphia, by a tear
some 5600 bushels prime white were sold at SI o
and 1700 bushels mixed at 93c fl bushel, sacks li
eluded; also 12 to DU shel s Maryland white at SK
ft bushel, sacks Included. Jobbing lots of prim
white may be quoted at SI 08 ft bushel, Backs li
OATS.-There were received about 2600 bushe:
of this grain; no wholesale transactions tram
PEAS.-This grain Is Arm, but the arrivals ar
light and tbematket without stock orn?te; mixe
may be quoted nominal at si 25@l 60 ft bushe
FLOUR.-The market is fahy supplied with mos
qualities, common kinds being dull, and the high
er grades are at steady rates. Northern am
Western super may be quoted at S7@7 60 fi bbl
extra at $8@a9 ft bbl, family at $io@u ft bbl
S JU them descriptions are lu moderate stock, a n>
super may be quoted at S7@7 60 ft bbl, extra a
S8?9 fi bbl, family at $io@u ft bbl, andextn
and choice family at $ 12?' s ft bbl.
BACON.-Tnere ls a moderate stook of prime
meat in the hands of dealers, and prime smoked
sh nlders may be quoted at OA?@O?C ft tb, prime
smoked cltsar rib sides at s? c ft lb, prime salted
' shoulders nominal, prime salted sides at 8c ft lb.
COFFER.-The article ls In moderate request.
Pair to prime Rio may be quoted at 22@24c
SCOAB AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to fully fair Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at 9?@nc ft hs, good to prime grocery su?
gars may be quoted at ll@l2c ft Hs, fair to good
Cubas 10X@U??c, rair to p-ime Demeraras at
lix? 12c ft hs. New Orleans molasses, prime
Ul a Jobbing way at 7o@72c ft gallon.
Cuba muscovado molasses may oe quoted at 38c
In hhds au. 40c in bbls, and in a Jobbing way at
40@42c; clayed at 38@35c in hhds. and 35?
87c In bblc; Sugar-hoase syrup sells at 23@24c In
hhds, and 26@27cla barrels.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror thia article
maintains a quiet and steady character. We
qrtote ft yard, gunny doth -; domestic Double
Amhor, 46 mches, may be quoted at I9@20c;
Elephant at -, Ludlow 18c, other brands as in
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market ls quiet.
We quote timber for milling purpose^
from S6($io. Shipping timber $io@is. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from etty mills, cut
to size, from S18@22 ft M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $13@15; river lumber, Sll@13; dressed
BUTTBR AND LARD.-There is a fair stock of this
article-taney Goshen may be quoted at 30@36c;
New York State, prime, 26@30c; medium 20@26c.
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 6001 70 ft sack.
Parcels of 100 sacks from store sell at tl 60 ft
IRON BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
7c ft tb.
FRBIOBTS_To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on nplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
York >id on uplands, Xd on sea islands; by sall
%d nominal on nplands, on Bea islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New York,
by steam $2 on nplands and - on sea islands;
11 60 ft tierce on rice; by sail, - ft ? on cotton;
- ft tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on rosin;
$8 ft H on lamber; $10 ft M on timber. To
Boston, by sall, ?c 9 tb on upland cotton;
rosin ?6c; resawed stuff $10@$n 60; phosphate
$5@6 60. To Providence, by sall, $10 ft H on
boards, Xe ft Ks on cotton ; by steam $1 ft bale on
New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Xe
ft tb on uplands; by sall, $8 ft M on boards; $9 60
@10 on timber; $8 fl ton on clay, and $3@3 60 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Ko ft ns,
by sall, $6 60@7 ft ll on boards; $9?8 60 on
timber; $3 26 ft ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand by our merchants to take lum?
ber freights from Georgetown, S. C., [?arlen
and aa tilla River, Qa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and 10312 ft M are rates on
umber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-TUC banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at par to x
premium; time bills nominal. They are selling
sight checks >i@y, premium.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 24 ? for 60 day bills.
COLD.-The brokers were yesterday baying at
13? and selling at u%.
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lat ds; rrom Savannah 3129 bags sea island and
2286 bales upland, and rrom Charleston 3330 bags
seat island and 3698 bales upland colton; also,
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Comparative Kxporr? or Cotton and Klee
from tbe Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1871, to Jane ia, 1872.
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l Q. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. or Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Batt. A Nr'folk
80| ?76U| 2640
..... 130391 8196
Exporta of Naval Store? and Lumber
from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1871, to Jane ia. 1879.
Halifax, N S..
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
Stock of Cotton In the interior Towns
at the Latest Oates.
TOWNS. 1873. 1871.
Angosta.Jone 31 4,687 4 334
Columbas..Jone 31 842 2,696
Macon.Ja ie 81 766 2,624
Montgomery.Jnne 31 1,192 4,ose
Selma.June 81 229 1.201
Memphis.Jane 81 11.262 6,6.8
Nashville.JnueSl 2,841 l,lli
Total bales.I 21,200 21 611
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAOOINO, fl yard
Gunny Cloth. ?
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2Ji,hs. 10 ? 20
BALK ROPE, ft lb.
Western. 8 @ la*
Goshen. 30 @ 86
COTTON, fl ft.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. ?
Low Middling. ?
Middling to MrtCt Middling. ?
Good Middling. ?
Sea Mund. 66 ? 1 00
Co ??FEE, fl Itt.
KIO. 22 ? 25
Luguayra. 26 @ 28
Java. 30 i*
carol na Fertilizer, fl 2000 lbs.
Cash. 46 00 @
Time (with 7 per cent, in*
teresi). 60 00 @
Wando Fertilizer, cash. 60 00 ?
Tim>..JS 00 ?
Double Redned Pond rette..... 3o 00 @
Nil. s's Phofpate.. 63 00 &
Peruvian Guano, Otilnolias- 86 00 @
Peruvian Guano, Guanape.... 75 00 ?
Patine Guano, 2000 R.a., cash.. 46 00 ?
lime.60 00 @
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 (g>
Baagh'a Pnospbate, ft 2000 ma.
cash.45 00 @
Rhodes's Phosphate, ft SHOO
itt3. 65 CO (3)
ithodes'B standard Manure,
if6S time).60 00 @
Oreti lin Gu no ($40 time).3> 00 @
Land Plaster. 13 00 @ 16 00
Mapte's Snperphosphaie, ft
2O00 lbs. 45 00 ?
Woolston 'a Phosphate of Lime 66 00 ?
Woolston'* Vege.ator, ft 2000
lbs.06 00 @
Croaedale's Gen. Superphos?
phate, neu.60 00 @
Bowers's Complete Manure,
net.'60 00 ?
Sard;'a Phosphate, Peruvian,
cash. 65 GO @
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash.. 60 00 @
Patapsco Quttuo.65 00 @
E. Frank Cue's Ammoniaud
Bone Phosphate.Cash. 48 00 ?
Time.62 00 @
Coe's Pure Dissol'd Bone.cash 60 00 ?
Time. 66 00 @
Whann's superphosphate.60 00 ? 70 00
EtlwanGuano.cash.. 66 00 ?
Time.60 00 ?
Etlwan crop Food.cash.. 40 00 (?a
Time. 45 00 @
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 35 00 @
Time.40 00 ?
Zell's Ammonl tied Bone Phos?
phate 1 $70 time). 60 00 ? '..
B'-saeii coe's Ammontated
Bone Superphosphate ($50
time). 46 00 ?
Cottun Food, per ton.0000 @
Bowen A Mercer's Superphos?
phate.cash.46 00 ?
Time. 60 00 ?
Wilcox, GlbbB A Co 'a Manipu?
lated.60 oO tal .
StonoSolub e Guano ($56 time) 60 uo @
Stono Dissolved rhoaphate
(?30 time). 26 00 ?
St no Pure i.round Phosphate. 12 00 ?
Atlantic Phosphate Co... cash. 48 00 @
Tim**, tree of interest. 62 00 ?
Acid Phosphate*.cash. 28 00 ?
Time, free of mietest.81 00 @
Eureka Ammo. Bone POOB. cash 45 00 ?
Time. 60 00 (gi
Middleton's Fish Ammontated
Phosphate.cash.. 46 00 @
Time. 66 00 ? ...
Phlltps'B Carribean >ea Guano,
per ton or 2000 lbs....cash. 60 00 @
lat. wember, per ton.... 66 00 ?
FLOUE, ft bbl
sn ppr. 7 OO @ 7 60
Northern and Western Extra. 8 00 & 0 00
Ballimore Extra. ?
Southern-Super. 7 00 @ 7 60
; Extra. 8 00 @ 0 00
Family.io 00 ? 13 00
GRAIN, ft bushel
Maryland Oats. @
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 93 @ 1 08
HAT, fl cwt
North River. ?
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear Whl>e Pine, first quality. 60 00 @ 66 00
White Pine, good run.88 OJ @ 40 00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 ? 24 OO
Boards, rongh.ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 83 ? 37
Muscovado. 38 ? 60
Sugar bouse.:. 23 ? 27
New Orleans. 70 @ 80
NATAL STOKES, fi bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 76 & 6 75
Bosla, No. 1.'. 3 25 fa) 4 00
Bosin, NO. 2. 2 80 @ 2 90
Ro in No. 3. 2 70 @
Spin H Turpentine, fl gal.... 40 ? 61
Crude Turpem lne, ft bbl. 2 76 ? 8 M
Hard Turpentine. 1 80 @
oakum, ft ft. 10 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d, ft keg .. ?
Dup Lt's, F. F. F. g. fl 00 @
Di pout's, F. F. F. 6 00 ?
Duoont's Biastlug. 4 00 ?
PKOTI8ION8, fl ft
Bacon, Bama. 13 ? 14
Sides. 08 %@
Shonlders. tea? 06?
Lard, in keg. ll ? 12
Etrgs. 20 @ 26
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, ft doz. 6 00 ? 6 60
Potatoes, lr Uh, ft bbl. ?
RICE, ft ft-Carolina. 07?? 08?
East India. <?> .. .
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Llveipool fine. ?
SOOAR. ft ft
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. lOJi? Wi
BEESWAX, ft ft. 38 ? 40
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON. June 13.
Noon.-Bank rate has been reduced a ?, now
3 v.- per cent, consul-. 92?. Bonds 60?.
Evening.-B?illon Increased a hair million.
FRANKFORT, Jane 13.
NKWYORX. Jnne 13. ?
Noon.-Freights steady, stocks very weatt.
Gold heavy at 14. Mo? ey easy at 6. Ex?
change, long 8?; short 10?. Governments dun
and neaw, state bonds Urra and quiet.
Evening-Freights very li.actlve. Mo'ey4s6.
sterling steady. Gold I8?al4. Governmmis
duli and %a? lower. Tenn- sse? s quiet and arm,
others steady with few ti ant-actions.
Nsw WHLIANS. June is.
Sterling 25?. Sight ? premium. Gold 18?.
LIVERPOOL, June 13.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet aud steady; up?
land- lljiall Jid, Orleans ll?d.
Later.-Cotton quiet and steady: sales 12,000
babs; speculation and export3000.
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged.
NEW YORK, June 13.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; Bales 239 bales; mid?
Evening.-Cotton quiet; sales 689 bales; mid?
dlings 26XC sales or cotton futures to-day 9000 ?
balea, aa follows : July 26?a28?; August 26 16-H;
September 23?; October 2013-l-ia20i6-:6; Novem?
ber 1918-10; December io 318ai9?.
_ . BOSTON. Jone 13.
Cotton dull; middlings 28?c; net receipts 864;
bales, gross 804; sales loo; ? tock 11.600.
_ M " PHILADELPHIA, Jone 13.
Cotton dall; middlings 2e?c.
_ . " BALTIMORE, Jnne 13.
Cotton dall and lower ; middlings 26?a2-!c;
gross receipts 18 bales: exports to Great britain
888; coastwise 27; sales 83; steen leso.
N .... NOHPOLK, Jnne 13.
Cotton dall; low middlings 24>ic; net. receipts
385 bales; exports coastwise 585: ot? ck 2076.
VViLMiKOTuN, June 13.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 25c; net receipts 34
balea; coastwise 48; stock 1360.
SAVANNAH, June 13.
Cotton quiet and bolders firm; middlings 24c*
net receipts 148 uales; exports coastwUe 11S4;
sales 10; stock 4626. '
AUGUSTA, June 13.
Cotton nominal; middlings 24a24?c; receipts 77
bales; sales 16.
MEMPHIS, June 13.
Cotton quiet; middlings 25a26?c; receipts 166
MOBILE, June 13.
Cotton nominal; middlings 24xc; net receipts
32 bales;gross 36; sales 60: stock 8787.
_ " , .. NEW ORLEANS, June 13.
Cotton dull; middlings 25c; net receipts 76
balts; ?ross 156; exports to Russia 3716; sales 300;
Stock 89,031. ' '
GALVESTON, Jnne 13.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 20'?c: stock
1377 bales. '
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVBHPOOL, June 13.
Noon.-Corn 27s ed. Breadstuifs quier.
Evening.-^ard 89i 61. TurpeLtl. e 664.
NEW TORE, June is.
Noon.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
quiet and firm. Corn steady. Pork quiet at $1345
aw 60. Lard quiet, steam 9?a9?c. Turpentine
quiet and unchanged at 68c. Rosin weak at $8 25
. kvenlng.-Flour quiet aud steady; common to
fair extra $7 fcoas io; good to choLe $io 26.
Whiskey dull aod lower at 8-c. Wheat dull aud
without deeded change, corn steady, and In
active expo t and trade demand. Klee Arm at
8Jia9*c. Fork quiet and steady. Beef uncbang
eu. Lard steady. Turpentine quiet. Rosin weak.
Tallow dull at 9?a9xc.
HEW ORLEANS, June 13.
, Sugar, good to fully fair 8?-i9?c Molasses,
all received sol<<; th n inferior i7?-i25c; common
rebelled 34a40c; all others unchanged.
BALTIMORE. Juno 13.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheal quiet but
Arm. Corn, white active and atron?: at 80a82c;
yellow quiet at 68. nata, southern o4a58c. Pro?
visions nominally nnchanged. w blakey 92A92?C
WILMINGTON, June II.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-The eales to-day were
491 cattks at 62c per gallon for Southern packages.
During the forenoon of the day the market was
active and steady, but in the evening lt closed
[ dnll and heavy at 62c.
ROSIN.-?e report no change of quotations.
The Bales this morning were li&o bbls at $3 26
for low No l, $3 60 for No l, $4a4 26 ror ?ow
pale, $4 60a4 76 for pale. $6a6 60 for extra pale.
CRIDE TURPENTINE -The receipts and rales
were 320 bbls at $2 60 for bard, $3 76 for yellow
dip and $4 lo for virgin.
TAR-Bas advanced ir?. Sale3 or 126 bbls at $3 06
1 per bol Market steady.
New York Naval Stores Market.
_ _ " _ NEW YORE, June 12.
The Dally Bulletin says : Spirits turpentine
has ruled very quiet to-day, with scarcely any
stock on -pot to work with, bnt prices are held
?rm at 68 i68Xc for merchantable order, sales
so bbls at 68c, 160 to arr ive at 680. Rosins Is de?
cidedly lower, leading to a trifle moro bOBlness
tnan or late. Sali-s 1160 bbls strained at $3 40,
looo bbls do at $3 30.1260 bois pale at $4 75B637?.
Tar and pitch unchanged.
New York nice Market.
NEW TORE, Jnne 12.
The Dally Bulletin says: From the general trade
demand the market obtains a fair amonnt of lite,
and a good little business ls doing from day to
day. Prices on all grades remato as before, and
are steady, wit ti some dealers calling th? position
extremely firm, especially on domeaiic. or which
the supply or really desirable quality ls small and
cannot easily se augmented nota the new crop
appears. We note sates or 100 tea Carolina at 8?c
ror in fen or io 9 % c tor choice. 800 bags Rangoon
st 8?a7?c,. nd lu bond 12c; 16C0 ba*s Rangoon,
German ureiaed, at $8 03 gold.
Interior Cotton Markets.
SUMTER, June ll.
About 26 bales have been sold since last report.
The staple bas been in good demand, but the mar?
ket closing duli to-day on account- rf unfavorite
reports from Llvcpoot and the Northern matkets.
We quote: Ordinary 20c, good ordinary 21 ?o,
low middling 2i?c, middling 23?c, strict LL la?
ABBEVILLE, June 12.
Cotton ls quoted at 20a23c.
SPARTANBtTRo, june ll.
Cotton may be quoted 22?c
NEWBERRY, JUDe ll.
Cotton ls selling at 26c
MACON, June ll.
The market la nearly nominal at a slight de
[ dine. Full middlings are worth 23?c Receipts
6 bales; sales 6; shipped 8.
Oar market nominal; middlings 24c. Receipts
foar days 18 bales against 10 last week and 66
c tr i e ponding week 1871. Shipped same dayB 30
against 467 and 2S0; aales 5; receipts 15; shipments
MONTGOMERY, June ll.
The market ls nominal; good ordinary 22?c;
I strict good ordinary 22?; low mtddUngs -AX";
Receipt* by Ha Uro ad. Jane 13.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
678 balps cotton, 168 bbls naval stores, 81 bales
goods. 1 car stock. To Railroad Agent, George E
Walter A co, T T Chapeau * co, Kinsman A How
ell G W wimams A co, A J Salinas, Wbilden A
Jones, Pelser, R d ge ra & co, Johnston, trews &
co, W M Bird a co. Wagner, Huger A co, Jeffords
ft co, Holmes A Calder, Cohen, banckel & co.
3 bales cotton. 683 obis naval stores, cars lom
j ber, mdse, AC To Barden ? Parker, Whllden A
I Jones, T T Gnapean A co, Kinsman A Bowell R T
Walker, O Leloeorood, D T *. liions, S L Jae bl, s
Fans, W B Williams A Son, T P smith, Mowry A
Son, SAC Railroad co, J T r-alvo. Wm McKay, O
Voigt, Railroad Agont, and others.
New MOOD, 6?h. 10 hoars. 4 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14th. 2 boars, 0 minutes, morn'g.
Full Moon. 2lBt. 1 hour, 39 mi un tex, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 hoars. 8 min?tes, evening.
a. & a.
CHABLESTON, B. C.JUNE 14.1872.
dat 8211 eg*4 a min 83 sec. I Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec
Schr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Mill. 106
tierces rice. To W O Bee A co, aud Jos R Pring e
Received from Ghlsolm's Mill. 80 tierces rice.
To Frost, Adger ? co.
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, Baltimore-ll days. Mdse.
To street Bros A co, R M Butler A Son, Il Bnlwln
kie, and others.
Spanish brig Monarca, Pages, Barcelona-W P
FROM THIS PORT.
Norwegian bark Crans Minor, Nielsen, at Bel?
fast. May 29.
r-orwcgUn bark Ebenezer, Matthlessen, at
Queenstown, May 30.
?LEAKED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Aldana Bokes, Rhodes, at New York, 11th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE, June 13.
Arrived, steamships OlyraplA, Anglia, Clyde and
Arrived out, steamship Italy.
List of Shipping
IN THE FORT OF CHARLESTON, JUNE 18.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
Virginia, - tons, Hinckley, at Brown A co's
wharr, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Courte?
Falcon, 672 tons, Haynle, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-P C Tren holm.
Melita. (Br.) 004 tons, Llghtbody, in Ashley
River, for Quebec loading-Henry Card.
Frelr, (Norw.) 431 tons, Thesen, at MarshaU's
wharr. ror a port in Great Britain, loading
K Mme A co.
Draupner, (Nor,) - rons, Ingoldsen. at Mar?
shall's wharf, for a Port In Great Britain, load?
ing- W B smith A co.
Christiana, (Norw,) - tons, Meisel, N E Bailroad
wharr, ror the United Kingdom via Bull River,
loading-Henry Card. 1
Alica O, (Br.) 848 tons, Dix, In the streamer
Liverpool, 1<-adlnz-Henry card.
Columoa, (twed.i 851 con?, Svendsen, In Ashley
River, for a Port In Great Britain, loading
Fille de Pair, (Br ) - tona, Jone?, at Marshall's
wharf, for Liverpool, 1 adm?-H Gard.
Perseverance, (Br,) - to s Cook, at N K Railroad
?ban, from Cardia, discharging-Bobe Mare
Marli, (Br.)-tons. Sheldrake, in A'hlpyRlver,
for the United Kingdom, loading-H Car.
N K cl-ments, (Br,) - tons, Kelly, a; Van
nine's wharf, for London, loading-A,fred J
Jennie Armstrong, (Br.) - toes. Brown, la Ash?
ley River, for the United Kingdom, loading
Monarchs. (Span,) - tons. Pages, at Brown A
c i's wharf, fur Barcelona, ready-W P HalL
Vencedor. (Span,) - tona. Corcha, at Quarantine,
irom Ginara, walting- W P Hali.
Florence Rogers, 406 *x>ns, Sheppard, in Ashley
River, for Nor. hem port, loading-Roach A
Carrie Heyer, 243 tons, Poland In Ashley River,
for *ew Haven, loading-Roach A Moffatt.
Neille Chase, - tons. Dalling, 'at Fairchild's
wharf, for Baltimore, loading-Jos A Enslow
Matoaka,- toas, Fooks, at Quarantine, from
Baltimore,juai arrived-street Bri s A CO.
.pOR NEW YORKv
ON TUESDAY, JONE 18, *.T*HALP-PAST 4,
O'CLOCK P. M.
KEW IRON STEAM LINK-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL OB PECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewhsel steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
sall for New York on TUSSDAY. Jane 18th, at
half-past 4 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual
i n aar. nee by steamers of this Line per cent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement*, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommod mons, apply
to WAGNER, BUGER A CO.. No 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
pOR NEW YORK.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Sidewheel steamship MANHAT?
TAN. M. S. Woodhall Commander, will call from
Aduer's sooth Wharf on SATUBDAT, tue 16th ol
Jane, at i o'clock P. M.
49* The MANHATTAN ts one or the .fastest
Steamships on the Atlantic-coast, and ia hand?
somely ritte i op for passengers. ." . .
49? Marine Insurance by tuts line half per cent.
49- Through Bills or Lading given on > otton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land m mnfacturlng towns.
For Freight or Pnssage Engagements, apply to
JqnlO-6 JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a Om*
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points la the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati. Sc Louis, Chicago and
the principal eitles or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen.
mw The VIRGINIA ts appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, Jane li tb, at IS
sar The GULF STREAM will follow.
For particulars or Kretz ni arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. IS
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
JpOR BA LT IMO ??.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
^fSBfc TO is?asT?
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST,
. LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle. Oom
mander, will aall for Baltimore, on SATUBDAT, 15th.
Juno, at h air-pas 112 o'otock P. M.
49- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Ba.tlmore without addi,
ttonal insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to simple and sell their Gooda from
the Railroad Depot la Pnliad?lphU.
For Freigut or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
j au 12-4_. so. 2 Union wharves.
T> EDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any,
Raliway station or Seaport in Bf-t
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, iMuutarc,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and tho
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver*
pool, Glasgow cud Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $60. By sar i rd ay'a steamers $65 and $75.
EX CL KS ION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $33; steerage, $24, all payable In
Parties sending for their friends In the Old
Coubtry oan purchase tickets at lowest rates.
For further particulars apply io the Agents,
HENDERSON B RUTH UBS,
No. 7 Bowling Green, Ns-Y.,
OrtO DOUGLAS NISBET, *
aprll-3mo8DAw_Charleston, s. O.
pOR LIVERPOOL, YU QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will tiwpatch one of their first-class, foil power
iron Screw steamships from
PIER NO. 46 N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. so Broadway) $**,
For Freight or cabin Passage, apply to
. WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, H. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
Dy the Charleston and New York Steamers, whlea
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A OCL,
Tjia-ra Qr WM. A. COURTENAY.
The splendid Steamer,_
CTT? Pu KN i...Cantata MCMILLAN
Will leave Charleston every TOBSDAY EVENING,
at half pa-st 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatk* FRIDAY
MORNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORN INO,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freitrht or Passage, having First-Claab Ao.
RAVENEL A CO.. Agents,
Comer Vanderhorst's Wharr and East Bay.