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BEALESTATE SALE.-Messrs. R. M. Marshall
& Bro sold yesterday at auction the house and
lot No 25 Mary street, for $950 cash, and tbe
lot corner Tradd and Greenhill streets tor $500,
one-half cash and the balance ia one year.
RIOT AT GEORGE'S STATIOX.-A correspon?
dent, who neglects to give his name, says that
Gibe Grlce and Edmund Foster (both colored,)
were-^rested for notorious conduct, and
sentenced to $10 flae, or ten days in Jail. Bot
the constable, being a colored man, refused to
execute the commitment and the rioters are
BtUl at large. _ _
MOONLIGHT EXCGRSION.-The Pioneer steam
Fire Engine Company announce a grand
moonlight excursion, this evening, around the
harbor, with all the accompaniments of music,
dancing, <fco., that are usual on such occasions.
' The steamer is announced to leave Market
street wharf at precisely; half-past seven
AKNT.ERSART MEETING.-At the thirty
fourth anniversary meeting of the Friendly
Moralist Charitable Society, held on the 10th
Inst, at the residence of Mr. P. S. Wilkinson,
the following officers were elected to serve the
ensuing year: W. T. Oliver, president; R. L.
Button, vice-president; P. S. Wilkinson, secre.
tary; B. B, Gordon, treasurer; W. Holloway
and Robert Nelson, stewards. Standing com?
mittee-A. Chaponle, E. W. Brown, J. B.
Grant, T. L. Castlon, James S. Chichester.
Committee on charity-H. Stoken, B. Lucas,
james Perry. - _
TBTB RETURN OP THC SCH?TZEN.-The dele?
gations of the German Rifle Club ol this city,
which left here on Sunday and Tuesday last
for the Bavannah Schulzen fest, arrived yes?
terday on the morning train on the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad. They leit Savannah
at half-past eleven o'clock on Wednesday night,
and travelled all night. Several of the visit?
ors btayed. over with their Savannah friends
and will follow soon. The returning members
were accompanied by Muller's Band, and
marched np from the Railroad wharl to the
headquarters at Llndsted's Hall, where they !
_- separated for their respective homes. The
delegation bring back many trophies of their
skill In the twget practice, a list and descrip?
tion of which will be found elsewhere. They
ali speak with enthusiasm ol the kindness and
attention of their Savannah brethren, and
seemed to have enjoyed the trip wonderfully.
STATE COURT.-In the Common Pleas, be?
fore Judge Graham, the following cases were
disposed of yesterday :
George W. Williams & Co. VB. Nathan Evans
.Verdict for the plalntlfT for ihree hundred and
fifty-Jive dollars, with interest at one per cent,
per month from 20ih March, 1870.
Geo. W. Steffens vs. H. W. Kinsman. Action
on note given for purchase money of A horse.
Payment refused on account of unsoundness
of horse. Verdict for plaintiff for one hundred
dollara, with Interest from April loth, 1870.
? James M. Gallent vs. Chas. M. Forman.
Verdict for the defendant.
The following are the cases appointed to be
tried to-day : O'Connor vs. the Greenville and
Colombia Railroad Company; Oppenheim vs.
Bu! wink le & Co.; Martin vs. Holland; Toomer
va. Humbert, executor; Fox TS. the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad Company; Bernard vs.
Crlmmall; Pritchard, trustee, vs. Irby; Cam?
eron vs. Arnold.
OUR BANX PRESIDENTS.-Mr. Louis D. Mowry
was yesterday elected president of the Onion
Bank, In the place of Mr. Wm. B. Smith, who
peremptorily resigned. Mr. Mowry ls a
gentleman of large commercial experience,
whose life bas been devoted to advancing the
business prosperity of Charleston. His tact,
energy and financial ability will, in his new
position, redound to the public good and the
profit of bis stockholders, as well as to his
Mr. W. B. Smith, the retiring president, had
managed the affairs of the Union Bank with
singular success for a long period of years,
and will, in future, devote his entire attention
to the management of his extensive mercan?
tile Interests. The immediate cause, how?
ever, of bis resignation ls his Intention to take
a trip to Europe. Mr. Smith Is one of the
most sagf jlois merchants in Charleston, and
one of thb siost prosperous. It ls hoped that
his visit to the Old World will be In every way
Meeting? This Day.
Washington Light Infantry Rifle Club, at 8
Marion Lodge, I. O. O. F., at 8 P. M. ?
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at quarter-past 8
Merchants, Bankers, Brokers, ?fcc., at 1 P. M.
Auction Ssvles Title Day.
Miles Brake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes and hats.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, saddles and sundries.
? . BUSINESS NOTICES.
B, WHITE'S "Wakefield" Earth Closet ls un?
equalled by any made, and nts "Magic" Earth
Closet unsurpassed except by thc "Wake?
field." Every family onght to have one.
Tb?* ?e'just the thing for Sullivan's blood
Ctil st White's Furniture House, in Hasel
street, and see samples. .
CHROMOS at coBt, to close out an invoice, at
Bonder's Galleries, No. 263 King street
DRESS Goons 1 DRESS GOODS ?-Louis Cohen
4 Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh 8tock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent below Uie?r cost of importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. LOOTS COHEN a
Co., No.248Klng8treet. mav16
POROHGOTT, BBXKDICT & Co, 244 King
street-160 foils ftesh matting, received per
steamship Champion, 25 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, In all desirable shades, only 20
cents. 2 cases more of tbe 10-4, 11-4 and
12-4 AHendale Quilts, at $137 and $150. Bal?
ance of our DresB Goods has been greatly re?
duced in price.
POBOHGOTT, BESEOICT & Co., 244 King
street have received per steamship Georgia
4 cases of 4-4 Eilerton U. S. Bleached cele?
brated Shirtings, which they offer for this
week at 15 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered in any market
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Soudert Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. Junl7-lmo
Tu THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment apr 16
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. . _ aprl9 mwf
Low price Southern Wrapping Papers for
sale by Edward Perry, No. 149 Meeting street,
opposite Charleston Hotel. Jnn5-wfm3
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
S ip or t s or tue Wet lt ending June ?0.
LONDON-Per Norwesian bark Draupner-2303
bbls rosin, ??OO bbla spirits turpentine, and 80.0
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Alice C-21 bags sea
Hand and 569 ba:ea upland co.ton, 1220 tuna of
DUBLIN-Per Swedish bark Columba-566 tona
UNITED KINGDOM VIA BULL RIVER-125 tona of
BARCELONA-Per Spanish brig Monarca-1250
bbla roam. ...
QUEBEC-Per Brltl?h ship Melita-405,000 feet of
timber, 125 tons phosphate rock.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-16 bags
Bea wami and 505 baies upland cotton, nv bales
do-nestlcsan I good-", 51 tes rice, 139 empty bois,
2377 bbla potatoes, 3943 boxes vegetables, and sun?
dries.Per steamship south Carolina-23
bags Bea Island and 1218 bales upland cotton. S3
tierces of rice. lSPc-ales domestics and goods, 99
casks clay. 232 bbla naval atorea. io hhda tobacco,
1637 bbls pota? ces, 2977 boxes vegetables, and 372
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-247
bales cotton, 2i5 bales domeailcsand goods, 848
obis naval stdres, 102 tierces rice, 27 tons old Iron.
018 bbls potatoes, 1961 crates vegei ables, and si
pkgp sundries. . , .
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-8 bales cot?
ton, 117 tleroea rice. 354 oom roslo, 10 baiea van?
illa, soo sacks ground phosphate, 20 balea domes?
tics 9 bales wool. 709 crates vegotaoles. 41 bbls or
vegetables, 70.000 feet of lumber, aud 48 pkjrs sun
"ries......Per sehr WlliUm E Woodall-80
t0NawNHAVKN-Pei achr Carrie Heyer-190,000
feet timber and resawed lumber.
Tue Charleston Stock and Bond Market
Southern Bank Billa.
Bank of Camden. if
Bank ol Chester. J "
Bank of Georgetown....-. ?\ "*
Bank of Hamburg. J* 10
Bank of South Carolina. 01
Bank of State of South Carolina,
prior tu 1861. ?
Bank of State of South Carolina,
af ter lat January, 1861. 16
Commercial Bank, Columbia.. C2
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 02
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants'Bank, Cheraw. 02
Planters'Bank Fairfield. 02
State Bank. 02
State Bonds, old.
State Bonds, new.
S. 0. Railroad and Bank Stock. 28 oo 80 00
S.O.Rallroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds .. 64 00
S. C. Railroad First Mortgage Bonds 86 00
S?rth eastern Railroad Stock (capi?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 98 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 82 oo |
Savannah and Charleston Railroad "
Stock..... 25 00
Savannah and Charlean ?auroaa
First Mortgwr? i i'ct Cent. Bonds. .. 78 00
Savanna* and Charleston Rallroaa
r fer Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds.i. 67 00 j
Charleston and Savannah 6 Per
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Co. Stock. 2 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 60 oo
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds 88 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
BondB. 26 00 30 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 92 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. 72 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Itali road Stock. 30 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bouda... .. 83 00
Spartanburg and Union Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds.
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 65 00 j
City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent. Bonds. 76 00
City of Columbia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 60 00
City of Columbia 7 Per Cent. Bonds. 72 oo
First National Bank of Charleston
Stock. 130 00
Pooplo's National Bans: Stock.. 108 oo
Union Bank Stock. 47 00
South Carolina Lean and Trust
Company. 95 oo
People's Bank S toe s.:. 3 60
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
. stock. 18 00 22 00
Bank of Charleston Stock. 20 00
Carolina National Bank Stock,.loo oo
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 18 00
City Railway Stock. 62 00
Th? Charleston market.
FOB THE WEEK ENDINO THURSDAY, JUNE 20.
THE CROPS.-This period bas been seasonably
warm with occasional showers, whloh were
needed by the crops. The news In regard to the
growth has continued qnlte promising, and up to
this time the reports from nearly all quarters
concerning the colton plant are extremely en?
couraging and was hardly ever more favorable.
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 11,833 bales,
against 10,762 bales the week before aid 24,046
bales for the time the year previous. At New
Orleans the supplies were 1664 bales, In contrast
with 6498 bales for the week last year. The total
receipts at the cotton ports from september 1,
1871, up to the latest dates were 2.071,245 bales,
against 3,868,942 bales the year before, showing
a decrease of 1,197,697 bales. The arrivals at
the principal "Southern ports from Septem?
ber 1,1871, np to the latest telegraphic intelli?
gence, as compared with the year previous, were
New Orleans, June 19. 948.874 1,381,744
Mobile, Jnne 19 .286,006 894.448
Savannah, June 19.441,247 720,763
Charleston June 19 .265 740 339.236
Galveston. June 19.183,326 293 034
Norfolk, June 19.'..,....270,966 331,834
Wilmington, June 19.. 61,610 89 678
Ottu-r ports, June 19. 225,088 318,306
Total bales.2,671,246 3,868,942
Total decrease to date.1,197,697
The following are the receipts of cotton at the
principal Southern markets from June 18 to 19,
1872, inclusive, as reported by telegraph. This
Includes all pom ts but overland:
June 13.- 76.June 14. 306)
Jun?is.142.Junen. 283} 1,242
June 18-144.June 19. 811)
For the corresponding week last year..... 7,694
Jone 13. 32..June 14. 60)
June" 15.... 12.June 17. 61J 176
June 18. -.June 19. 21 )
June 13.148.Jnne 14. 67)
Junel?.121.June 17. 60} 672
June 18.... 240.June 19. 46)
June 13.681.June 14.176)
June 16.... 212.June 17. 267} 1,636
Jnne 18..281.June 19. 69)
June 13. -.Jone 14. - )
June 16. 24.Junen. 6} 139
Jun?is. 81.June 19. 22)
June 13.- 885.Jnne 14 . 387)
June 16. 400.June 17.1144} 8.163
June 18. 380.Jone 19.....477) '
Last year...... 2 019
Janela..... 3?.Jone 14. 69)
June 15. 11.June 17. -} 124
June 18. -.Jnne 19. io)
Last year. 405
Total 1872.. 7 142
Total 1871. 23,693
The stocks of the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
Stock In Liverpool.bales...9?3,ooo 945.000
Stocs In London.233 000 80 911
Stock in Havre..208 ooo 24 270
Stock In Marseilles. 18.760 17 963
Stock in Bremen. 23.000 es'ose
Stock in Amsterdam.94,oeo 68 600
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican,).......QI ooo 132,000
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil,). 22,000 49.300
Afloatfor Bremen (American).... 4,750 27 446
Afloat for amsterdam (Amer!
C&n)?.-??...--....... 34 OOO
Total indian cotton afloat for '
.JHMRK V.395,000 395,000
o?i?S? S ???lte(i S,TATE8 DORTB.151,496 213,040
stocE in the inland towna. 14,642 18,224
increase'of ?oct ?V sight.V.?"?T.. *u$8
I The ai rivais daring Hie week just t<
were l tug or sea islands and Floridas
ba'es or upland?, against 3 bags
Islands and Floridas and 3153bales or nt
wees: before, and l bag or sea Islands a
das and 2072 bales or uplands for tbe co
log period last year. These supplies ca
lows: Say of uplands, per South Carolina
1608 bales; Northeastern Railroad, 23
town 4. Of sea islands, Fiorlda, 1. T
received from Mobile by rail, dui
week, 636 bales, which, deducted from i
gross, leaves 10(0 bales as the net sn
this point. Total from Mobile to date 3
THK COTTON MARKET.-This staple 1
quiet and doll at the leading centres, ar
port there was no market, trausactlons
a stand, in consequence of sellers having
whiob they could accept. In the loreign
prices were somewhat easier at ll)i@ll
ror middling upland, receding to UX9
New York the rates were at 26XC and at I
the prices were entirely nominal. The ?
prices at Liverpool and New York ror th
were as follows : On Friday, Juae 14, tb
was quiet, uplands ll?i@HXd sales 12,0
the latter was quiet, uplands 28Xc, BS
bales. On Saturday the former was q
steady, uplands HX@UXd, sales 10,CK
the lai ter was active wi;h a good export <
uplands 26.vc, sales 1827 bales. On Mo;
former was unchanged, uplands ll?;
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was Arm,
26>4'c, sales 816 bales, on Tuesday the fori
easier, uplands llX@UXd, sales 8000 bi
latter was quiet, uplands 26Xc, sales 6!
Oa Wednesday the former was doll,
HX@HXd, Biles 10,000 bales; the lau
steady, uplands 26XC, Bales 2421 bales,
day the former was unchanged, nplandi
llXd, sales lo,oio bales; the latter was st
The transaction in this market ror th
just terminated were as follows: On Fruit
14th, this article exhibited dull features ao
was no basiness or note. Sales only ll bale
ly Hoged qualities, at22@23Xc fi io. Quo
nominal. On Saturday there waa an
absence of any movement In the article, i
taking place. On Monday the article coi
dall and there were no sales. On 1
the absence of business was the prc
reatare bf the article, and there were no t
tlons. On Wednesday there were no sal
prices were nominal. Yesterday tho mari
du ii ; LO sales, and quotations nominal, j
SKA ISLAND COTTON-The reoelpts we
s tri ct ed to one bag ol Flori Ja qualities. Th
set has been quiet and dull, with a few un
tant transactions, amounting- to probabl
than 20 bags, ?m""?" which were, or Caro
at so, a ot 40,1 at 60.
Bics.-The supplies or this grain corni
hand are reduced to a limited figure. The r.
has shown a quiet bat unchanged cbaraci
ring this period, with sales of about 260 tlei
clean Carolina among which were 20 tlei
7Xc, 86 at "Xe, 76 tierces at 8c, 13 at 8 3 iee
8X, 26 at 8Kc fi rh, 46 tes on private termt
quote common to fair clean Carolina at 7X(
good 8X@8Xc fl rb.
NAVAL STORES.-These articles are comlt
ward freely, the receipts for the week bavlni
about 1010 bbls sp li its turpentine and 3289b
rosin. There were some noctuatlons tn the
of these articles, and spirits turpentim
varied from 47@49Xc, with a quiet reel li
rosins. The week's sales and prices were i
lows so far as reported: On Friday, Jane 14,
were no Bales reported. On Saturday spirit
pentlne waa dull, with 48@i9c offered as to
ages, but ho sales. For the past two days
looa ?*bls roam were sold on tho baals or i
pale, $4 76 ror low pale, $8 76@4 ror extra
$2 9u@3 ror extra No 2, $2 80 ror No 2, and $
2 66 fur strained. On Monday spirits turpe
waa dall, sales 230 bbls at 47@48c fi gallon
packages. In rosins the demand was light,
200 bbls low gradea at $2 80 for extra No 2,
for No 2 and low No 2, $2 60 for Btrained, and
for blacks. On Tuesday there were no sale
ported. On Wednesday the market was ac
ask s 800 bbls spirits turpentine at 48<348Xc ?
lon as to pack ag-, s. Some -isoo bbls rosins
sold on the basis of $s .'or pale, $4 76 for low
$8 76?4 fur extra No l, $2 60 for extra No 2,
for No 2 and low No 2, $2 60 ror strained, and
for blacks. Yesterday there was a mod?r?t
qnlry ; sales 100 bbls spirits turpentine at 49@4
as la packages; also some limited iransactloi
low grade rosin s at $2 76 ror No 2 and loi
2, and $2 60 ror strained. Crude turp?n - lae
be quoted at $3 60 for virgin, $2 76 for yellow
and $1 80 ror hard.
BAT.-The receipts were 414 bales frem '.
York and 60 from Philadelphia. Salea of N
River descriptions took place at ll 80 fi 1
COHN.-About 20,000 bushels or this grain c
to hand, say 6000 from Baltimore by steam,
from Philadelphia by steam, 3400 by sall from 1
Royal, Ya., and 4300 by sall from North Carol:
aiBo 2000 bushels from New York by ?
I MOO bushels or Virginia white in balk sold at $
fi bushel, 2100 bushels white in bags at $10
bushel, bags Included. Jobbing lou ol pr
white sell at $108 fi bushel, sacks Included.
OATS.-There were received about 2600 busl
or thia grain. The market was quiet and with
PEAS.-The market ls nearly bare ol sappi
and m the absence or arrivals there were
transactions. All qualities are nominally Arm.
FLOUR.-The market ls well ?applied with m
qua, J ties of thia article, with a fair city and coi
try trade doing. Northern and Western sn]
may be quoted at $7@7 60 ft bbl; extra at $8@fi
bbl; family at $10@n fi bbL Southern deaci
tlons are m moderate stock, and super may
quoted at $7@7 ?0 fl bbl; extra at $8@9 fl b
family at $lo@ll fi bbl, and exw family
$I2@13 fi bbl. W
BACON.-There ls a fair stock or prime meat
the market, and we quote prime smoked.aho
dersat 6,>?@6>?C fi Bs; prime smoked clear 1
sides at 8xc fi ft. Prime salted sides at 8c ft 1
and prime salted shoulders nominal.
(JOFFES.-The article ls in moderate requec
Fair to prime Rio may be quoted firm at 23@2
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mod
rate. Fair tp folly fair Louisiana sugar may t
quoted at ox? lie ft ft, good to prime grocery si
gars may be quoted at n@i2c fi ft, fair to goo
Cubas iox@iixc fair to prime Demoraras i
HX?l2c fi ft. New Orleans molasses, prim
In a Jobbing way at 70@72c fi galloi
Onba muscovado molasses may be quoted at 88
In hhda and 40c In bbls, and in a Jobbing way a
40@42c; clayed at 88@36o in hhds. and 85<?
87c in bbls; Sugar-house syrup selle at 23@24c II
hhds, and 25@27o In barrels.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror this articl
maintains a quiet and steady charaoter. w
quote fi yard, gunny cloth -; domestlo Doubl
Anchor, 45 inches, may be quoted at lB@20c
Elephant at -, Ludlow -, other brands as li
TIMBER AND LCM EUR.-The market is qulot
We quote timber for milling purpose!
from $6@io. Shipping timber $io@i6. Brighi
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cm
to size, from $18@22 fi M by the cargo; lumber
per rail, $13@10; river lumber, $H@13; dressed
BUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a rab? stock or thia
article-fancy 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 60@l 70 fi sack.
ParcelB or loo Backs rrom store sell at $1 60 fi
IRON BANDS AND TIRS for cotton, or tho most
approved patterns, are offered on the market ai
80 V ft.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on up'ands, nominal on sea islands; via New
York Xd on uplands, Xd on sea Islands; by sall
Xd nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre - on uplands. Coastwlse-to New York,
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea islands;
fl 60 fi tierce on rice; by sall, - fi ft on cotton;
- f? tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on roBln;
$8 ft M on lamber; $10 fi M on timber. To
Boston, by san, xe * ft tm upland cotton;
rosin 65c; resawed stuff $lo@$io 50; phosphate
$5?660. To Providence, by Ball, $10 fi M on
boards, Ko fi ft on cotton ; by steam $1 fi bale on
New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Xe
fi ft on uplands; by Ball, $8 fi M on boards; $9 60
?io on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $3@8 60 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Kc ft ft,
by sall, $6 60(^7 _ V on boards; |8@8 60 on
timber; $8 26 fi ton on phosphate roes. Vessels
are In demand by oar merchants to take lam?
ber freights from Georgetown, S. 0., Darlen
and Sa tula River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and 10012 9 M are rates on
amber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Ttie banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New Tork at par to \'
premium; time bills nominal. They are selling
sight checks X?% premium.
ExoHANaK-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 23 for 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
13 and selling at 14.
Comparative Exports of Cotton ana Hie*
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
temberl, 1871, to June 19,167%.
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. A Nr'folk
I 13092! 8363
fCxports of Maral Stores ana Lamber
from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1871,to Jane 19,1872.
Barcelona..... 4,4 o i
West Indies.. 177
St John's, NB.
Bristol, Eng.. 8 801
Ham tmrg( G er] I 2,616
Great Britain. 7,839
Rio de Janeiro.
Charleston Wholesale Pri?es.
.. ? ..
19 @ 20
s @ lax
30 @ 86
.. @ ..
.. ? ..
66 @ 1 00
BAGGING, fl yard
New York Double Anchor, 46
BALE Ror;;, _ m.
COTTON, fi tts.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary....
Middling to strict Middling...
COFFEE, fi rb.
La gua j ra. 26
carolina Fertilizer, fi 2000 lbs.
Cash. 46 00
Time (with 7 per cent. ?n?
teres). 60 00
Wando Fertilizer, cash.60 oo
Time. 66 00 (g)
Double Relined Poudrette._ 30 00 ?
NUrB'a Pboapate.es oo ?
Peruvian Gnano, Chinchas_86 oo ?
Peruvian Guano, Guanape.... 76 oo ?
Patine Guano, 2000 Iba., cash.. 45 oo ?
Time.60 oo ?
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 ?
Baugh's Pnospbate, fl 2000 IBs.
cash.. 46 00 @
Rhodes'B Phosphate, ft 2000
lbs. 66 oo ?
Rhodes's Mandara Manure,
(f 5j time). 60 00 ?
Orel;nu Gu no (|40 time). 35 oo ?
Land Plaster.18 oo @ 16 oo
Mapes'a Superphosphate, ft
2000 tba. 46 00
Woolston 'a Phosphate of Lime 66 00
Woolston's Vegeiator, ft 2000
Oroasdale's Gen. Superpnos
phate, net.. 60 00
Bowera's Complete Manure,
net. 60 00
Sardy'a Phosphate, Peruvian,
-cash. 66 00
Sardy'a Pacific Guano, cash.. 60 00
Patapsco Guano. 66 00
E. Frank Ooe's Ammonlated
Bone Phosphate.esau. 48 "'J ?
Time. 62 00 ?
Coe's Pure Dlaaol'd Bone.cash 60 00 fj
Time. 66 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
Et 1 wan Guano.Cash.. 66 00 ?
Time.60 00 ?
1; tl wan Crop Food.cash.. 40 00 ?
Time. 46 00 ?
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 35 00 @
Time. .... 40 00 ?
Zell's AmmonUted Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time). 60 00
Russell Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ((60
time). 46 00
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00
Bowen A Mercer's Superphos?
Time. 60 00
Wilcox, Gibba A Co.'s Manipu?
Stono Soluble Gnano ($56 time) 60 00
Stono Dissolved phosphate
($30 time). 26 00
Steno Pure i,round Phosphate. 12 00
Atlantic Phosphate Co... caa h. 48 00
Time, free of interest.62 00
Acid Phosphates.cash. 28 00
Time, free of Interest.81 00
Eureka Ammo, Bone Phos, cash 45 00
Time. 60 00
Middleton's Fish Ammonlated
? Phosphate.cash.. 45 00
Time. 66 00
Philipa's Oarribean sea Guano,
per ton of 2000 lb H_cash, so 00
1st November, per ton- 65 00
FLO?B, ft bbl
Suppr. 7 00
Northern and Western Extra. 8 00
Southern-Super. 7 00
Extra. 8 00
Family.10 00 @ is 00
GRAIN, ft bushel
Maryland Oata. ?
Western Oats. @
Corn. 96 @ 1 08
HAT, fl cwt
North River. 1 80 ?
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear Whl e Pine, first quality. 60 00 @ 55 00
White Pine, good run.88 00 ? 40 00
. Yellow Pine. 20 00
Board9. rough.ll 00
' Grooved and tongued 28 00
MOLASSES, fi gallon
.sncar house. 23
New Orleans. 70
NAVAL STORES, fi bbl
Roaln, pale. 4 76
Rosin, No. l. 3 25
Roaln. No. 2. 2 76
Ro-IU. NO. 3. 2 60
Spin i s Turpentine, ft gal- 48
Crude Turpentine, _ bbl. 2 75
Hard Turpentine. 1 60
oakum, fins. 16
NAILS-American 4@20d, ft keg
Dup.nt'a, F. F. F. g. 6 00
Dupont's, F. F. F. 6 00
Dupont's Blasting. 4 00
PROVISIONS, ft tts
Lard, In keg.
Poultry-Chickens, f> doz
Fowls, ft doz. 5 00
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl.
? 24 00
@ 12 00
? 32 00
13 ? 14
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20 <_ 26
3 00 @ 4 00
6 00 @ 6 60
RICK, f> Ib-Carolina. 07X@ 08>
East India. ?
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse l 60 ? 1 70
LUeipool fine. @
SUGAR. ft 1(5
Pono Rico. @
Muscovado. 10X6? UK
BEESWAX, ft Ul. 38 ? 40
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NOTE.-We have aeauctea rrom New uneani
111,974 bales uplands, from Mobile 2606 bales up?
lands; from savannah 3129 bags sea island and
3263 bales apian d, and from Charleston 3331 bags
?ea island and 4234 bales upland cotton; also,
866 bales wrecked cotton from the coast of Flor?
ida-being t?? quantity received at tnose ports
from Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
Markets bjr Telegraph.
LONDON, June 20.
Noon.-Discounts are reduced x. and are now
8 per cent Consols 92X- Bonds 91.
Evening -Bullion Increased three-quarters of a
FHA.NK.FOBT, Jane 20.
Koon.-Bonds 96X- " , m
PABIS, June 20.
Koon. -Rentes 641400.
NEW TOBE, Jone 20.
Noon.-Freights Arm. Stocks steady. Gold
heavy at 18X. Money easy at 4 per emt. Ex?
change, long 9X; short 10X- Governments
steady. State bonds steady. Tennes3ees Arm.
Evening.-Freights finner. Money 4a6; closing
Armer. Sterling 9XS9X- Gold 13Xal3X- Gov?
ernments closed quiet with trlAIng fluctuations.
Tennessees strong and In good demand. New
South Carolinas heavy; market closed steady and
very quiet. _ _ "
NEW OELEANS, June 20.
Sterling 25. Sight X premium. Gold 12%.
LIVERPOOL, June 20.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and Bteady; up?
lands HXallXd; Orleans IMffc ,Annn
Later.-Cotton quiet and steady; sales 10,000
bales; speculation 12,000.
Evening.-colton closed unchanged.
B NEW YOEE. Jane 20.
Noon-Cotton steady; sales 119 bales; uplands
26Xc; Orleans .6Xc.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 1699 bates; up?
lands 26xc; Orleans 26Xc
' BOSTON, June 28.
Cotton steady; middlings 26Xc; net receipts 99
bales; sales 150; stock. 11.000.
PHILADELPHIA, June 20.
Cotton quiet; middlings ?8xc
BALTIMORE, Jane 20.
Cotton firmer; middlings 26c; net receipts 30
bales; gross 109; exports coastwise 92; sales 92,
last evening 23; stock 1260. T".,? on -
NORFOLK, Jane 20.
Cotton quiet; low middlings ?4Xc; net receipts
295 biles; exports coastwise 660; stock 2165.
1 WILMINGTON, june 20.
Cotton finn; middlings 24?c; exportB coastwise
47 bales; sales 40; stock 1303. rnnaon
AUGUSTA, Jane 20.
Cotton nominal; mlddUngs 24Xc; net receipts
6 bales; sales 125. .
' SAVANNAH, June 20.
Cotton dull ond nothing doing; middlings 24c;
net receipts 71 bales; sales 227; stock 3638.
* MEMPHIS, June 20.
Cotton quiet; middlings 26c; net receipts 98
MOBILE. Jnne 20.
Cotton quint and unchanged; middlings 24)?c;
net receipts 4 bales; Bales 100; stock 8289.
NEW ORLEANS. Jane20.
Cotton nominal; middlings 24%c; net receipts
37 bales; gross 87; exporta to Liverpool 2576; sales
700; stock 2911.
0 ALVESTON, Jane 20.
Good ordinary 20xc; net receipts 59 bales;
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON, Jane 20.
Evening.-ROSE lan tallow fl t at ola ed.
LIVERPOOL, January 20.
Evening.-Breadstuff's easier. Red spring wheat
Ils lOd to 12s 2d. Cora 26s 9d. Lard 40s ed. Tur?
NEW TOBE, June 20.
Noon.-Flour dull and he .. vy. Wheat quiet and
unchanged. Corn dull and declining, fork
quiet. $l8 30al346. Lard quiet, steam 9J<a9 7-16c.
Turpentine firm at 56>4c. Rosin quiet and steady,
$3 20 for strained.
Evening.-Flour heavy and lower; common to
fair extra $7 60*980; good to choice $9 85al3.
Whiskey 89 and closed stiff. Wheat 2a3c lower
and holders anxious; winter red Western $l so a
165. Corn in fair home export request and prices
unchanged. Rice 9 to 9&c Pork heavy at $18 so.
nee: quiet. Lard dall and unchanged. Naval
stores steady. Tallow dall at 9 to 9ac.
BALTIMORE, Jane 20.
Flour dull and nominal. Wheat dun. Penn?
sylvania $l 90a2 os. corn dull, white 77a78c; yel?
low 67C ?lata quiet at 60c. Provisions quiet and
Arm. Lard 9c. Whiskey 88 Kc.
CINCINNATI, Jnne 20.
Flour dull and lower; family $7 75. corn dall
and declined 60a5lc. Pork quiet and unchanged ;
regular $13. Laid, advance asked but none estab?
lished; winter 8j?a9c. Bacon sterdy. Shoulders
6S'c, clear rib ~y?c, clear sides 7V- Whiskey in
fair demand and advanced 86c.
LonSTILL."?, Jnne 20.
Flour dull and lower; extra family offered at
$6 76. Oom, co vitality in the market; mixed and
white studied, sacked, 63a65c delivered. Provis?
ions quiet aad unchanged. Pork $12. Bacon
shoulders fi .vc; clear rib 7','c; clear sides 7<?c:
Pacsed lard saiOc. Whiskey 84c.
NEW ORLEANS, June 20.
Corn, white acaree and firmer at 74a75c Hay
dod; choice at $3U32. Bran dull and lower at
$i05al 10; others unchanged.
New York Rice market.
_^ NEW YORK, June 19.
The Dally Bulletin says: Domestic having of
late sold to a fair extent, and the stock becoming
somewhat reduced, the holders are now pretty
firm, especially as not many parcels can be ob?
tained from the Soir h. Nothing positive can be
ascertain d as yet In regard to the new crop, bat
the position ls thought to be favorable. Foreign
of all kinds remain as last quoted, bonded goods
receiving some little irregularity, but falLgooda.
! steady and a fair general demand prevailing from
the regular trade. Malea or 175 bags Rangoon at
7a7tfc; loo bags Patna at 7 xe; 60 tierces Carolina
at 9a9Xc, and In bond loo baga Patna at $3 70,
New Tork Naval Stores Market
NEW YORE, Jane 10.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 293
bbla crnde turpentine, 68 do pitch, 3;08 do rosin,
471 do aplrits turpentine, 28 do tar. Spirits tur?
pentine has ruled quiet to-day. but the prices
about steady at 65c. sales loo obis at 66c and 60
'- from yard at 66c. Rosin ls inactive for
ined. bnt the finer grades are In moderate de
-ind. Sales 260 bbls strained at $3 32j<a8 85.
loo bbla good strained In lots at $3 50, 290 bbls
pale at $t 87X86 nx, and 100 bb.a No 2 at $4.
Tar remains quiet and unchanged. Pltoh quiet
and unchanged in a Jobbing way, thc ugh a pur?
chaser for a large lot could probably obtain a
WILMINGTON, Jnne 19.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The salea to-day were 4 io
casks at 48c per gallon for Southern packages.
ROSIN.-Strained rosin was active to day at
unchanged figures, '/he palea embraced 7948 bbla
at S2 26 for strained, $2 30 for No. 2, $2 37 $2 40
as 45 for extra No. 2, $2 60a8 for low No. 1, $3 50a
3 6?x for extra No. l, $4a4 26 for low pale, $4 60
1 for pale, and $6 fer extra pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-The receipts and pales
to-lav were 686 bbls at $2 60 for hard, $3 60 for
yellow dip and $3 76 for virgin.
TAB.-salea of 48 bbls at $8 os per bbl. Market
COTTON.-4 bales sold at 24>?c per lb.
Interior Cotton Markets.
SUMTER, Jone 18.
Abont 22 bales have been sold since last report.
We quote: Ordinary 19J?c;good ordlna-y 21X; low
middling 22X; middling 23x; strict middling
23X0. . %
SPAETANBURQ, Jnne 18.
Cotton U worth 22c
NBWBBBRT, June 18.
Cotton ls selling at 24c
ABB an LLB, Jane 10.
Cotton ranges from 20 to 28c
OBANGEBUBG. June 19.
Sales for the week ending June 18 abont 6 bales;
ordinary 2le ; low middling 22 J? ; middling 23.
MONTGOMERY, Jnne 18.
The market ls quiet and nominal. Good ordi?
nary 22A?O, Btrlot good ordinary 22X; low mid?
dlings 23 s ; middlings 23X.
Receipts by Railroad. June 20.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
Ito bales cotton, 84 bales goods, 60 bbls flour, 32
bbla pplri's turpentine, 112 bbls naval stores. To
Kallrosd Agent. Pelzer, Rodgera A co, Barden &
Parker. Goo W williams & son, Sloan A Selgnons,
witto Bros, Ohapeau A co, John Oampsen A co, F
D 0 Kracke, Wagener A Monseea, H cobla A co,
Bollmann Bros, Steffens, Werner A Dncter.
2 balea cotton, 26 bbls crude turpentine 146
bbls spirits turpentine, 660 bbls resin, lumber,
mdRc Ac To Bardln A Parker, Whllden A Jones,
RT Walker, S P Stoney, O Leiben rood, ein peau A
co, Laurey, Alexander A co, Frost, Adger A co,
Kinsman A Howell, D Nisbet, Wilcox, Gibbs A co,
E Welling, Railroad Agent, and others.
MA RLS a STEWS.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JUNE 21, 1872.
Lat 82 deg 46 min 88 sec. | Lon 7 s deg 67 min 27 sec
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Mill 60
tierces rice. To W O Bee A co.
Sloop Eliza Ann, from Savannah A Charleston
Railroad Depot. 65 bbla spirits turpentine, and
200 bbls rosin. To Barden A Parker, Whllden A
Jones, and others.
FROM THIS FORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhall, at New York,
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, at Baltimore, Jnne 18.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, at ive w York, June 18.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, June 20.
Arrived ont, the Britania and Spain.
liist of Shipping
IN THE PORT OP CHARLESTON, JUNE 20.
Vessels nuder 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger 'a wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
Gulf stream, - tons, Hunter, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Cour
Sea Gull, 016 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P O Tren holm.
Melita, (Br.) 904 tons, Llghtbody, In the Stream,
for Quebec, ready-Henry Card.
Frelr, (Norw.) 431 tons, Thesen, at Marshall's j
wharf, for a port in Great Britain, loading- ?
R Mure A co.
Draupner, iNorw,) -tons, Ingoldsen, In the
stream, for a Port in Great Britain, ready-W
B Smith A co.
Columba, (Swed,) 651 tons, Svendsen, in the
Stream, for a Port in Great Britain, ready
Fllle de l'Alr, (Br.) - tons, Jonei, at Marshall's
wharf, for Liverpool, leading-H Card.
Perseverance, (Br,) - to fl. Cook, at N E Railroad
wharf, from Cardin, discharging-Robt Mare |
Marl*, (Br,) -tona, Sheldrake. In Ashley River,
for the United Kingdom, loading-H Card.
N K elementa, (Br,) - tons, Kelly, at Ven
nlng's wharf, for London, loading-Alfred J
Jennie Armstrong. (Br,) - tons. Brown, in Aah
ley River, for the United Kingdom, loading
Vencedor, (Span,)-tons, Corcha, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Caroline E Kelly, - tons, McFarland, at Cen?
tral wharf, from Boston, disebarglng-Jos A
Kc slow A CC
Lewis Clark, 209 tons, Smith, In Ashley River, for
New Haven, loading-Cohen A Wella.
Georgia, 284 tona. Miller, at Quarantine, for St
Jago de Cuba, ready-J A Enslow A co.
Florence Rogera, 406 tons, Sheppard, in Ashley
River, for Northern port, loading-Roach A
Carrie Heyer, 243 tons, Poland. In the Stream,
for New Haven, ready-Roach A Monett.
Matoaka, - toHs, Fooks, in Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-street Bros A co.
Florence snay, 40S tons. Hutchings, at Adger's
wharf, from New York, discharging-Roach A
Daybreak-. 176 tona, Blake at Central wharf, from
New York, discharging-H F Baner A co. I
Lonlsa Wdaon, 130 tons, Holt, lo Ashley River,
from Philadelphia, discharging-cohen A
Paul A Thompson, - tona, Godfrey, at Union
wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging-H F
Baker A co.
W E Woodall, - tons. Turner, at Kerr's wharf,
for Baltimore, ready-Cohen & Wells. !
THE PimiAI?EL?m? . IBON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IBON SCREW STEAMS H IPS
GULF STREAM, Captain HD n ter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are nov regularly on the Line, insuring a first,
class s ea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Oom?
pames at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all pointe in the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of He North weat. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen
t r es.
OT- The GULF STREAM Is appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, June 21st. at
4 o'clock P. M. . ?
$Or The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, anni?
tQ WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wliarves.
j W. P. CLYDE ? CO., General Agents, No. ia
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
j nm ?
poK NEW YORK.
ON TUESDAY, JONE 25, AT 6 O'CLOCK
NSW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1170,
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK. :
The Splendid New iron ?ldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, wilt sall for
New York on TUESDAY. Jone 26th. ara o'clock
P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves, i >. '
Through .Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as UBUSJ. , . ..
Insurance by Steamers of this Line % per cent,
Far Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 20 Broad street.,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JP OR NEW YOE K. . "'
NSW YORK A.VD CHARLESTON
The Splendid side w-heel Steamship CHAMPION,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander, will sall from
Adder's south Wharf for the aoove port on SATUR?
DAY, the 22d Inst., at 6 o'clock P. M.
tyf Tbe CU AMPIO.V ls handsomely and com?
fortably fitted np for passengers, and offers supe?
rior inducements to travellers golog North.
tor Marino Insurance by this line naif per cent.
ta- Through Bills of Lading given on cotton, to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and-the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns. .. ,
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
]nnl7-6 JAMES A DOER ? CO., Agent?. '
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, ANO THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, .
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship SEAGULL, Dutton Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY, 2?d
Jane, at 6 o'clock P. M.
$W Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage.ap nly to
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent,
juni9-4 ^o. 2 Union Wharves.
I jn EDUCTION IN PASSAGE RATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
[ SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any^f iffitw
Rsllway station or Seaport In QrmSSuifiK
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Deuinara,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
United st&toSa ?
Cabin Fare' from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $60. By Saturday's steamers $66 and $76. '
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $83; Steerage, $28, all payable In
Parties sending for their friends In the Old
Country can parchase tickets at lowest rates.
For farther particulars apply to the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. T.,
Orto DOUGLAS NTS BET,
?jJ?SS?m^ splendid steamer oV-' hrrv
CTtY Pom:..Captain MCMILLAN
wm leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVIN INO,
at half-past 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDLNGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatka FRIDAY
MORNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having First-class Ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
Cigars ano tobacco.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KINO STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO Of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
OaU and examine Stook before buying else
WILLIAM SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N. B.-The Wheel of Fortune constant y G$
hand. Invest 26 cents and tty your luck.