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The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the dru? store of Mr. **** Blackman, on
the south side ot Broad street, was as follows:
TA. M., 86; 10 A. M-, ?2 M. 89;2P.M.,91;
A MATCH GAJ?? of base-bail was played yes?
terday afternoon, on the Citadel Green, be
tween the Excelsiors and the P^lfics. Tne
Paolflcs woo- #
?proorrtfKNTS AND RB-IGNATIONS.-The
Governor has appointed B. J. Donaldson atrial
justice ihr Chesterfield County, and W. H.
Seed'ab. trial Justice at Blackville, vice T. B.
CONCERT.-The Washington Cornet Band, of |
Savannah, gave a promenade concert at tbe
Military Hill last evenlog, which was well
attended by the militia in their nnilonns and
their friends of the softer sex. The band
leave for Savannah to-day.
FISHING EXCURSION.-A large number of
Ashing parties left the city yesterday morn?
ing, some for the Blackfish Banks, and others
after nobler game, such as whiting and trout
In the alterno m tbe harbor was alive with
Craft of every description returning from the
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued tb ls morning. Made
up with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely "new type, it forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a ii alf cents per copy; single Copies
live cents. " _
TARGET EXERCISE.-A party of gentlemen,
members of various rifle club?, repaired yes?
terday to Mount Pleasant,and spent the day In
testing their skill as markanten.- Several
prizes were shot for and won, as follows:
Firs*, a pair of handsome silver butter-knive?,
won by Captain J. J. Wee coat; second, Hor?
ace Greeley beaver hat, won hy Mr. C. G.
Mathe wes ; third, pair of silver napkin rings,
won hy Mrv C. Mahoney. The fourth prlzp.
?elected for the worst shot, was a brass dumb J
watch; lt was won by Mr. A. W. Lanneau.
THE CINCINNATI SOCIETY.-Toe eighty-ninth
anniversary meeting of this ancient and hon?
ored society was held yesterday afternoon, at
four o'clock, at the Sooth Carolina Hall, when
the folio wing gentlemen were chosen to serve
as officers for the ensuing year: General
James Simons, president; General W. G. De
Saussure, vice-president ; Geo. B. Bold, treas-1
urer; James Simons, Jr., secretary; Tons. P..
Egleston and S. Wragg Simons, stewards. The
usual anniversary dinner was served up by
Tully after the meeting and partaken of by
_DEATH OF HENRY T. GRAY.-This well
known gentleman, for many years a practicing
lawyer at this bar, died here yesterday, and
his funeral will take place to-day. He was,
for many years, clerk of the United States Dis?
trict Court, and was a gentleman of much
talent, and graduated at Cambridge, Massa?
chusetts, University with distinction. His re?
tiring disposition prevented his achieving that
public fame which his high ability placed with?
in his grasp. He was a brother of the late
J. W. Gray, E>?., master in equity, and of Mr.
John Bowen Gray.
THE CHARLESTON RIFLEMEN CLUB. - The
usual Fourth of July punch of this spirited
corps was served np at the hall ot the Knights
of Pythias, corner of King and Society streets,
at ten o'clock yesterday morning, and was dis?
cussed in a social manner by between fifty and
sixty of the members. The festive occasion
waa enlivened by Jest and sentiment, and the
participants spent a couple of hours most
pleasantly. A prominent feature of ?he gath-1
erin g was the election of Mr. Horace Greeley
aa an honorary member of the club, and send?
ing of a dispatch notifying tbe 'Cbappaqua
sage of the honor conferred upon him.
Heatings Tills Day.
Eagle Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Marlon Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Company, at quarter-past 8
Marlon Lodge, L 0. 0. F., at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales Th I? Day.
William McKay will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at his store, dry goods and furniture.
F?RCHOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 Klog
street, have received four cases 4-4 Elierton
Bleached Shirting, only 16 cents, worth 20;
three cases 9 and 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 35
and 40 cents; two casfS Rain BuffLawn, only
15 cents; six cases Allendale Quilt?. 10 4,11-4,
124, $1 25. $1 37, $1 60; two cases Wamsntta
Bleached Longcloth, oaly 20 cents; one case
Lonsdale fine 4-4 Cambric, only 26 cents: one
thousand pieces Moequito Neu, only 66 cents.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, have received a small lot of the real
Dolly Tarden Sashes, something new and ex?
traordinary nice, only $7 60. Great dosing
ont sale of all ot our spring and Bummer
dress goods, regardless of cost.
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs,* 26 cents each, at So ade r's Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. . ' Junl7-lmo
DRESS Goona i DRESS GOODS !-Louis Coben
A Co. bejpleave to draw the attention of the
pabilo *rj uielr Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising tho, latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation. A
call ls respectfully solle 1 ted. Louis COHUNA
Con No. 248 King street may 16
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, 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 Baaaar and East Bay News Boom.
DUTOHER'S LIQ HT NTS'o FLY-KILLER Sweeps
them off and clears the boose speedily. Try
it Sold by dealers* everywhere.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
26 cents each, at Bonder's Galleries, No. 263
Klogetreet _ _ Jonl7-lmo
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR._ aprl9 mwf
Ti THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es?
BIRD'S EYB VIEW or CHARLESTON.-Frames
for above $3 each. HABEL BTREET BAZAAR.
GREELEY BONO AND JOEE BOOKS.-A liberal
discount to the trade. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
FINANCIAL ANTI COMMERCIAL.
tCxporU ol Ute Wetk ending July 4.
LONDON*-Per Br bark N K Clements-1026 bbls
spirits turpentine, 2400 bbls roam ana 200 tons
LIVBRPOOU-Per Br hark F:lle de l'Alr-600 bbls
Bplrn8 lurpentlue, ?3M bb a rofl i, 4002 ntave?.
NEWCASTLE, Ena-Per Br bark Marla-ooo rona
BARCELONA-Per Span brU Vencedor-1020 bbla
MKI8TOL. FNO-Per Br bark Perseverance-2989
bbl8 r?alo. 400 casks spirns turpentine.
CORE AND A MARKET-re Br bili* Simoda-2000
bbls aplrlta tnrpeutiue, 1141 bois ro^ln.
NEW YOKE-Per steamship James Adner-69
bacs sea Hand and 762 ba es up and cotton, 145
nal-a doTieatles an1 (rood-", 32 tes rice, 32 b lea
hides, 109 rmptv bttla, 75 bundles staves. 4S0 bbla
rosin, 80 bbU Dour, 39 bundler paper, i?<01 boxea
vegi*tablea a d peaches, l hon-e and 45 pfcga of
aundriea.Per steamship South ?aro ina-n
bags 8"a Isla d and 953 oaie* upmud cotton. 149
tierce* of rice. 124 baie* do-ncatlcs and goons,
loo casks or elsy. 89i bbla or naval amrea, 646
watermelons. 587 boxea fruit, and sundries..
Per pcnr Aldana Bokes-168,000 feet limber, 68,000
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-60
balen cotton, 164 bales-domeai les and gooda. ?90
nbia na'al ?UoreB. 20 tl-nves ri ?. 18 tons old Iron.
681 Tare? v?ae ables, 49,792 feet lumber, a_d 241
BALTIMORE- Per steamship Falcon-42 bales of
cou O ', 76 tierces rice. 17 bales wool. 402 sacks f
ground pnosphnte, e bacs raes. 113 crates vege?
tate*. 2 bhis me on*. 2 c*?ks melons. 1 crate mel?
ons. 76 000 t^et or lumber, ana sundries..
Per sehr Met'?aka-143 KO feet o' reaawed lum?
her.Per tohr Sallie Blaaell-??4,079 feet
or lumber* *
QTJINCBT POINT, MASS-Per sehr- Florence
Ri cers-241.000 feet resawed lumber.
Naw SAVES-Per btu W H P*rks-80,000 feet
limber, 30.000 leet lumber.
The Charleston Market.
rOB TBS WEBE ENDINO THUB8DAT. JOLT 4, 1872.
THB CROPS.-The Intelligence lo reference to
the growing crops baa been, to a great extent,
favorable, w th rather too much dry weather In
same districts and a fall supply of raia In otherB,
bat up to thia tno growth, as a whole, undoubted?
ly keeps vi ry promising. The corn crop has Buf?
fered In some localities from a long spelt .or dry
weather, producing almost a failure lo limited
neighborhoods, while In other places sufficient
water lias be<>n had to develop the grain.- The
lower portions or tbe rivers lu thia Mate are be?
coming aalt, and as the period ia near when pou?
ters will bave to put a fresh Sow on the ric, this
crop In tbe lower part of the screams ls threat?
ened with serious injury or total loss, nnlesa good
rains are speedily obtained ,
i HB RKCEIPTS -The arrivals at tie cotton pons
for the week np to Friday last were 6218 bales,
against 8777 bales the week before, and 11,197
bales for the time last year. At Kew Orleans the
supplies were 826 balee, in contrast with 6?02
balea for the corresponding period the year
previous. The rv al .receipts at the cotton
pona from September lat, 1871. np to
tbe latest * dates,* were 2,688,086 balea,
against 8.014.732 bales the year before, showing 1
decrease of 1.226.646 bale.?. The total arrivals at
the principal southern markets from September
l-t, 1871, np to the latest telegraphic Intelligence
as compared with the year before, were as fol?
? 1872. 1871.
New Orles ns, Joly 3. 940.940 1,412.640
Mobile, JnlvS.286.418 395 650
Savannah, Julys...*..443,683 72i,?70
Charleston July 3..267 0SO 842.0J 1
Galveston July 3..1*9,600 295 634
Norfolk-, Joly 3.269,786 836.198
Wilmington, Joly S.62,286 91.497
Other ports, Joly 3..*80.444 821.612
Total balea.2,688.086 8.914.731
Total decrease to date.1.226.r46
The arrivals of cotton at the chic Southern
centres from Jnne 27 to July 8,1872, inclusive,
as reported by telegraph, were aa follcwa:
ij i w ORLEANS- J
Jone 27.109.June 28 . 2781
June29. 48.July 1 . 1811 793
July 2..... 10.July 3. 217)
For the corresponding week last year._6,189
Jone 27. 109..Jane 28. 40)
Jnne 29. 60.July 1. 29 \ 228
Joly E..... -.Joly 3. - J
Jane 27. 10.June 28 . 82)
June-.9.164.July 1. 681 390
Joly 2. 37.Joly 3. 40)
June 27..... 767.Jane28. 649)
Jane 29.... 160.July 1. 23 1,804
Joly 2. 22.July 8 . 803)
June 27. 35.June 28. -j
June 29..:.. 84.July 1. -J 136
Joly 2. ie.July 3. -\
Jnne 27.loo.June 28 . 62)
Jnne 29. 61.July I. I601 618
July 2. 60.Joly 3.116)
- Last year.LA78
Jane 27. 10.Jane 28. 6)
Ja e29. -.Joly 1. -\ ie I
July 2. -.Jory 3....#.. -J
Last year. 270
Total 1872.. 3,B84
Total 1871.". 18,413
The atooka or the article in sight at the latest
datea were as follows:
Stock In Liverpool_bales...1,011.000 713.000
Stock m London.232 OOO 80 91i
Stock ID Havre..224.000 62.800
Stock in Marseilles. 18 750 19,003
tftnek in Bremen.'. 23.000 64,469
Stock In Amate-dam. 90,000 6l,0oo
Afloat for Great Brltam (Amer?
ican,). 67,000 117,000
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil.). 16,000 60.013 |
Afloat for Bremen (American)_ 6,600 16,667
Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock tn United >tatea ports._140.303 210.193
Stock In the inland towns. 12 906 16,723
Total.2,173,469 1,800.670 I
Increase of stock In sieht. 372,889
The receipts at this port for the past week
were-bags of sea Islands and Floridas and
1804 bales of uplands, of which 1678 were from
Mobile, against-bags or sea lslsuds and Flori-1
das and II86 balee of uplands the week oerore and
-baga of Bea lalanda and Floridas and 1578 j
bales of uplands for the corresponding time the j
year previous. These arrivals came aa followa,
say or uplands per Sooth Carolina Railroad 1793 j
bales, Northeastern Railroad ll, Savannah and
Charleston Railroad-. Of aea Islands,
THE COTTON MARKET-Ttiis Btapie was quiet,
with moderate transactions at rather easier ratea
doting this perlo t, and the foreign market, which
waa at 11X311X4. 9 tb for middling upland?, re?
ceded to ii@HKd 9 ft. At New York prices
were at 26>?c and declined to 25>?-, while at this
point the article waa doll and nominal and
without business of Importance, some few sales
taking place at abont 24c for middlings. The
movements at Liverpool and New York for this
period were as ron.J wa: On Friday, Jane 28, the
former was quiet, uplands ll,v@ 11 Xd, Balee 10,000
ba es; the latter ?as easier at 26ac, sales 1065
baie*. . On Saturday the former was easier, up.
landa 11 s ?11 X il, aales 6000 bales; the latter* was
qul't and easier, up.ands 26Xc, sales 854 bales.
Ou Monday the former wa' dall, npL da UH?
UXd, salea 10.000 balea; the latter was easier,
with a .'air demand and free sellers, nplands 25 Vc,
sales 1618 bales. On Tuesday the former waa
qu et and steady, uplands "llK?gUD?d, salea 8000
bales; the latter waa steady, uplands aajfe, salea
903 ba ea. On wednesday the former waa easier,
up aods ii@ns'd, sales 8100 bales; the latter was
Brm at 26 xe sales 1285 bales. Yesterday the
former was quiet; at the latter there was a holi?
The rollowlBg la a statement of the transactions
and prices in this market for the week Just termi?
nated : On Friday, Jnne 28, the article waa dull
and there were no sales; p'lces were nominal.
On Saturday tho flat and nominal condition of the
market continued, and there were no Bales. On
Monday there was no boniness In this article. On
Tuesday the market was dull and depressed; sales
only 28 balea of Irregular lota at unser tied ratea,
s ?y 21 bales at 22Xc *R lb. On Wednesday there
waa aome demand, largely from one buyer, who
purchased about loo bales about on the b isis of
24c *6 lb' for middling. Quotations were some?
what nominal as follows : Ordinary to good ordi?
nary 20@2ixc, low middling 23c, middling 24c.
Yesterday there was a holiday and there waa no
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-The ro were no arrivals of J
tala article. The market aaa been quiet and In
t ne ab ? nee of an; inquiry of moment there .were
no eales or note.
RICE.-Tue receipts of Carolina rough were
light and unimportant. There was a limited tn
q nry fur thu grain, with a moderate business at
easier pnces for the lower qja mes fiales about
eoo tierces or c e.m Carolina, among which were
?a tierces at 6%; 35 tierces at TAC* io at 7^; so at
7J? ; 205 at 7X; 105 at 7 16-16; SO at 8; 85 at 8Ji; 10
at 8>?c fl lb, and 25 o i p:lvate terms. We quote
commun to fair at 7??@7?? ; good 7Ji@8Xc.
> AVAL ISTORBS.-Th re were llb=ral auppllea of
these at tides coming to hand, and the receipts
fur the week were 14s7 bbl9 spirits turpentine, or
whl h 6J0 bbls were nom Wilmington, N. C., 3204
bbla roBlu, and 231 bois crude turpentine, spirits
tuipentine was lower, opening at 40c and declin?
ing to 44@4?e, as to patkiges, while rosins
were dun and at easier rates for line
grades. The salea for the week were
hbout as follows : On Friday, Jane 28, sales
250 bbu spirits turpentine at 46c fl gallon, and
300 bbls common grade rosins at $2 60@2 76 for
No 2 and . xtra No 2, and $2 40 for strained. On
Saturday, June 29, there were no aalei reported.
On Menu ay, July 1, the market was lower; sales
1704)ola BPInts turpentine at4l@45c fl gallon, as
to packages. Rosins were outland no sa es ie
ported. On Tuesday, July 2, sales about 160 bbb
spirits turpentine at 44@46c, as lu packages, 6u
bbla paie snd low pale rosin on private terms,
and about 80J bbb common nula at $2 60 lorNo.
2, $2 40 fur strained, and $2 26 for bUCK. On Wed?
nesday there were no sales rep rted. yesterday
there wa* a holiday and mete were no transac?
tions. Crude turpentine was quoted at $3 26 fur
virgie $2 60 for yellow dip, and $180 for hard.
t? AT.-There wi re reocived about 36 bales from
Philadelphia. The business la this article waa or
a re all character.
CORN.-About lo.ooo bushels of this grain came
to hand, say 2S00 from Baltimore by steam, 3000
from Philadelphia by steam, 40to from the West
by rall. Sales ot 600 bushel* of pilme white Mary?
land took place at $1 Ot ft bushel, sacks included,
1800 bushel* of Western white at 98c fi bu-hei,
sacks Included, and about 1000 bushels yellow on
private terms. We quote Jobbing lots of prime j
white at $105@i 07 ft bushel, BECKS Included.
OATS.-some 4000 bushels*or tM3 grain were re?
ceived. F&y 3000 from Baltimore by steam and 1000
from Philadelphia. 30oo bushels were disposed
or on terms which did not transpire.
PEAS-In 1 he .tbsencof supplies of this grain
the market was quiet aiid nominal.
FLOUR.-The marm has a god stock of most
qualities or this article, with a moderate city and
interior d maud. - Nor hern and Western soper
m*y be quoted at $6 76@7 25 ft bbl, extra at $7 75 |
@8 50, ?ami.y at ?9 60?.0. Southern descrlp'lons
are tn moderate supply, and super may be quoted
ar. te 76@7 to ft bol, extra at $7 76@8 60, family at j
tli ?ii, and extra family at $116u@l3 fl bbl.
BACON-.-The market ia. supplied with most de?
scriptions or prime meat, and we quote prime j
smoked shoulders at 6>io ft lb. prime smoked
clear rib Bides at s kc, prime sa ted shoulders no?
minal, aiid prime salted aides at s@">?c fl Hs,
COFFKS.-The article ls in moderate request.
Pair to prime Rio may be quoted Arm at 23@28c
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to rally fuir Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at 9x?Uc ft 111, good to prime grocery su?
gars may be quoted at ll@12c fl lb, fair to good
Cabas 10JC9UXC, fair to p-lme Demoraras at
HX@l2c ft ft. New Orleans molasses, prime
in a Jobbing way at - ft gallon. Cuba
muscovado molasses may be quoted at 38c In
hurts and 4oe ia bbls, and in A Jobbing way at
40@42c; clayed at 83?85o in hhds. and 85?
87c tn bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 23@24o in
hhds, and 26@27c lu barrels.
INDIA BAOUINO.-The market ror this article
maintains a quiet and steady character. Wp
quote ft yard, gunny clotli - ; domestic Double
Anchor, 46 inches, may be quoted at I9@20c;
Elephant at -, Ludlow -, other brands as In
TIMBER AND LTTKBBR.-The market Is quiet.
We quote timber for milling purpose?
from $6@io. Shipping timber $10@16.. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
to sise, from $18@w ft M by tho cargo; lamber
per rall, $18@16; river lumber, $u@i8; dressed
BUTTXR AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock of this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 80@35c;
New Tork state, prime, 25@30c; medium 2o@26c.
SALT.-Jobbing parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $i ao@i 70 ft sack.
Parcels of 100 sacks from store sell at $1 60 ft
IRON BANDS AND Trna for cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market ai
Bo ft ?.
FBZIUHTS.-To Liverpool, i>y steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
Tork Xd on uplands, Md on Bea islands; by sall
H d nominal on uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New Tork,
by steam $2 on uplands and - od sea Islands;
tl 60 fi tierce on rice, 60c ft bbl on rosin ; by sail,
- ft lb on cotton;-ft tierce on rice; 40c ft bbl
on rosin; $8 ft M on lumber; $10 fi Mon timber.
To Boston, by sail, Kc ft lb on upland cotton;
rosin 06c; resawed stuff $10@$10 60; phosphate
$?@660. To Providence, by sall, $10 ft M on
boards, K c v Its on cotton ; by steam $1 ft bale OD
New Tork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. Xe
ft OJ on uplands ; by sall, $8 f> M on boards; $0 60
?io on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $&@8 60 OD
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, sc ft Bi,
by sail, $0 60@7 ft M on boards; $8?8 60 on
timber; $3 26 fi ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand by our merchants to take lum?
ber freights fron Georgetown, S. C., I) ar len
and Satllla River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and io@i: ft M are rates on
umber and boards.
DOHISTIO EXCHANGES.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New Tork at par to X
premium; time bills nominal. They are selling
sight checks x@X premium.
Exe H AN on-STUHL i NO BILLM_The rate yester?
day was'23 X nominal for 00 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
13 and selling at 14.
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First Quarter, I8th 2 hours, 29 minutes, evening.
Full MiKin. .oth. 9 houis, 34 minuteH, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 2 hours, o minutes, morning.
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Stock of Cotton in the Interior Towna
nt the Lit*teat Date*.
Macon.Ja >e 28
Gxports or Asval ettore? anu tmuuer
from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1871, to July 3.1873.
ti PORT 8 D TO
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Kio dc Janeiro
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from the Port or Char leaton, from Sep?
tember 1, 1871, to July 3. 1873.
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NOTE.-We nave ueanctea (rom New uneani
111,991 bales uplands. tTom Mobile 4678 bales np
lai as; from savannah 3129 bags sea .aland and
2296 bales upland, and from Charleston 8381 baga
sea island and 6689 balea upland cotton; also.
866 balea wrecked anton from the coast of Flor?
ida-being che quantity received at those porta
from l?o ni ie. Florida. Texan and Savannah
Charleston Wholesale f*rlc??.
BAGGING, ?j? j ard
Gunny Cloth. ?
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2S hs.. 19 ? 20
BALE ROFX, 9 rb.
Wes tem. 8 ? 12K
Jute. ? .. ?
Goshen. 30 ? 86
COTTON, V lb.
Ordinary 10 Good Ordinary.... 20 ? 2m
Low Mid liing. 23 ?
Middling io Mrict Middling... 24 ?. ..
Good Middling...,. -?
Sen I-lund. 66 @ 1 00
COFPBB, V ft.
RlO..^. 23 0 26
Laguayra. 23 ? 28
Java. 80 ?
uaroi na Ferrillzer, ? 2000 lbs.
Oaall. 46 00 @
Time (with 7 per cent. In?
terest). 60 00 @ ./l
Wando Fertilizer, cash.60 00 w
TlmS. 66 00 ?
Double Refill eil Poudre tte,- 30 00 ?
Nil s's l'h o^p a te. 63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, cm nen as_85 00 @
Peruvian .Guan", Guanape.... 76 00 ?
Pacido Guano, 2000 ?a., cash.. 45 00 ? ..
lime. 50 00 @
Pheonix Guano. 47 60 ?
Baugh'ti Pnospbate, 2000 ms.
cash. 46 00 ?
Rhodea's Phosphate, 9 2000
OM.f.. 66 00 @
Rhodes's Mandar? Manure,
(?64 time). 60 00 @
Orcr nu Ga no ($40 time).3> 00 @
Land Plas'er. 13 00 @ 16
Map ta's Supe Dhos|.hai e, fl
2000 Uss. 46 00 @
Wooiscon'd Phosphate or Lime 6? oo &
wools tun's Vege.atur, f> 2000
rbi.es oo 0
Oroaadale's Gen. Snperpnos
ptiate, net.. ac oo &
Bowera'a Complete Manare,
net.60 oo @
Hardy's Phosphate, Peruvian,
cuan. 66 00 @
Sardy'a Pacific Guaco, cash., so oo ?
Patapnco Guano. 05 00 ?
E. Frank Cue's A mm miau d
Bone Phosphate.cash. 48 oo @
, Time.62 oo @
Coe's Pure Diasol'd Bone, cati ti 60 00 @
Time. 66 00 @
Wbann's superphosphate.00 oo @ 70
EtiwanGuano.cash.. 66 00 ?
Tune.co oo ?
Etiwan Crop Fojd.cash.. 40 00 ?
Time.46 on @
Etiwan Dissolved Boue..cash. 85 oo @
Time.. - 40 oo ?
zen's AmmoDl tied Bone Phos?
phate i$70 time)...... 60 00 ?
Russell Coe's' Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($50
time). 46 00 @
Cotton Food, per ton.00 oo ?
Bowen A Mercer's Superphos?
phate.cash..*..46 00 (ct
Time.oo oo ?
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co's Manipu?
lated. 50 oo @
Stono Solub e Guano ($66 time) 60 00 ?
. stono Dissolved rhoaphate
(f30-tlmej. 25 00 @
St' no Pure i,r-und Phosphate. 12 O0 ?
Atlantic Phosphate Co...caah. 48 00 rj
Tim?, tree or interest. 52 00 0
Add Puospbates.cash. 28 00 ?
Time, ?rte or interest.31 oo @
Eureka Ammo, Bone Phos, cash 45 00 ?
Time. 60 00 ?
Middleton's Fish ammonlated
Phosphate.cash.. 45 00 ?
Time. 65 00 ?
Philipa's uarribean >ea Guat.o,
per tun or 2000 Hs?....cash. 60 oo ?
ist \ovember, per ton.... 65 oo @
FLOUB, fi bbl-.
Sup-r. 6 75 ? 7 6
Northern and Western Extra. 7 76 ? 8 6
Baltimore Extra. ?
Southern-Super. 6 76 @ 7 6
Extra. 7 76 @ 8 6
Family. 0 60 ? 18 0
GRAIN, ft bushel- '
Maryland Oats. <<$
Western Oats. ?
Corn.98 ? 1 0
HAT, fi cwt
North River. ?
LUMBER, ft M feet
Clear Whl-e Pine, Qret quality. 60 00 @ 66 0
White Pine, good run.88 oo ? 40 o
Yellow Pine.. 20 00 Q 24 0
Boards, rough....ll oo ? 12 0
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 0
MOLASSES, fi gallon- .
cuba. SS @ S
Muscovadrj. 38 ? 5
Sugar house. 28 @ 2
Bew Orleans. ?
NAVAL STORKS, fl bbl- <>
Pitch. .. @
Rosin, pale. @
Kot-ln, No. l. ?
: Rosin. No. 2. 2 00 ?
Ro-in No. 3.*. 2 40 ?
Spirt s Turpentine, fl gal_ 44 ? 4(
Crude Turpentine, fi bbl. 2 60 ? 8 21
Hard Turpentine. 1 80 @
Oakum, fi Bs. 10 ?
NAILS-American 4?20d, fi keg .. @
Dup .nfs, F. F. F. g. 6 00 ?
Dupont's, P. F. F. 6 00 ?
Uuoont's Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, fl ?
Bacon, Barns. 18 ? U
Sides. os X?
Shoulders. 06 J4?
Lard, In keg. ll ? is
Eggs. 20 @ 26
Poultry-Chickens, fl doz_ 8 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 6 00 ? 6 60
Potatoes, Irish, fi bbl. ?
Bios, ft Bi-Carolina. 07 @ os
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool flue. ?
Sro AR. fi ft
Raw. I. @
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10X<a 12
BEESWAX, fl BJ_. 88 ? 40
O'Hara if Ballard's Rice, Coffee fin
BOSTON, July l.
Rios.-Our market for carolina has been, coi
Bldering the lateness of the se ison, fairly actlvi
with a very firm market for prime grades,
great deal of the common grades of Carolina he
already began to weavil. This facer?as led to a
increased demand for the better grades of Io
eiga, and accounts ina measure lor the slow sal?
ol common carolina Our advices state that VA
prospecta for tho growing crop are fair, norwin
standing the fact that the caterpillar has don
more or leos damage on all the rice-growin
rivers. Foreign-We .note a ralr demand lor roi
tige, with a very Brm market. The importation
from Europe haa been, lor some time, atte .de
wnti large losses io the Importers, and. ss a n
Bult, Importati IOB have ceased almost entlrolj
This, wi h the advaoce la Europe and the larg
dl-crepancy between stocks there thiB year au
last, (over 6000 tuns in Brock and 63 Ooo tona il
quantity afloat Jone 7th,) leads us to the oslnl >
ta -it prices mast, sooner ur later, advance at leas
sufficient io cover cost or Importation.
COFFEES.-Trie mnrket ciuses very Arm, thong
qu et. the trade generally having delayed thel
purchases until the article could be bad nee. I
ts geoerally thought the abolition or the duty wll
lamely stimulate the consumption and or cours
the month or July will dhow a large lacrease ic
i Us respect, BO mach tating been bought aaeas
ford-livery thia month. The official figures o
the Java crop of 1871 sre now at hand, showlnj
the production ar 6 0.149 picola against 1 068 6U
pfcula in 1870, a large decrease, which with thi
sm.ll Ceylon nod Rio crops streng'hens thi
opinion previously formed or a deficiency la th?
stock, ead oar large de tieri are already parcha
slog in Europe. Oae or two thiags mast happen
Rios must, d-c ine or Javas, munt advance, tuer
not being diiTsrenos enough between the two
In the main our Orares are unohanged.
SPICES.-Some inquiry has been n-ticed fo- g n
ger in bond, but the few dealers who bat e an j
cannot be induced to sell unless at fancy pr.ces,
The stock or duty pill la nu te large, and lt ii
more than like y the price In oond win be a* bigr
within a short time as the present duty pale
price. Nutmeg? and mace have stilt further de
dined and a ralr business has been done itt nm
Agares, .cassia ls apparently held a trifle firmer,
Though as no iran-antloos or any importance
have tan-n place lt ia difficult to tell exactly what
ouald be done. With the large stock, however,
we do not anticipate mach Improvement. Thc
late advance in doves, clove sterna and z -UTZ lo ar
peppers la ai in maintained, with no prospect lut
any ralll ig off for Burne time to come. AogCBt l,
1872, ginger becomei free of duty. Chicory will
pay a daty of lo gold, per lb. - o
- Wilmington Weekly Marker.
WILMINGTON, Joly 8.
Srrnrre TURPENTINE.-Dating ihe past three
or four days the market han exhibited little or oo
animation. Thedeollneln the New York market
has Induced extreme caution among buyers mr
speculation, and the demand has been almost en?
tirely for export. The amount of stock offering
has likewise been light, hence the limited trans?
action", ihe receipts 4286 casks, against 4760
casks for the previous ?eek are a decrease of 471
casks. The exports for ihe month of June were
7640 caxka coastwise, and 10,689 casks foreign,
and for the same period of 1871 were 8278 casks
coastwise and 12 8 casks tore! n, showing sn In?
crease both foreign and coastwise or 7743 casks.
Toe siock lo yard ls 2860.caskn against 4 48 casks
for last week, a decrease of stock of 1288 casks.
i be market closes steady at 44 cents, a decline or
1 cent since Ia?t review.
CROOK TURPENTINE-The market the pa?t
week bas remained quiet, bat prices have been
steady and unchanged. With a good demand
from consumers and exporters, receivers have
ti.und no difficulty In disposing of thdr o Heringe
although fur the past few days the decline or
spirits bas effected this ai tide and less
strength bas been noticed, and at the close of the
day's business the market ls quiet and dall. The
receipts continue to be or good size, bat the
-amount consumed 1? large, and the stock which
had accumulated bas become decreased to a
fracti m. ihe esporta for the month or Jnne,
I2c2 obis, la an increase over 1871 ol 018 obis.
The market close - steady at $2 60 tor hard, $8 60
ror7eilow dip, and $3 76 for viraln.
Ru-IN.-lu the general position or the rosin
market during the past week we have bot ll tie
cn ange to note. Srr tined throughout the early
portion ot our review was active at the closing
quotations or th? previous week. On Monday,
under th* adverse advices from domestic mar?
keta, our market declined 6 cents. (The above Is
the only change or prices d ur in gi he en i ire week.)
No 2 -An extra quality or this grade has been
sought arter, and all that couid.be reached has
been purchased freeiy at ralr prices. No 1 and
pales have been In about the usual demand, wu h
traoBictlons dally at. sat lain ciory prices. The
receiprs for the week are 16.605 bbls, against
18,268 bbls for last week-showing sn increase ol
3237 bbla. The exp irts for the month of Jane
were 01,790 bbls, against 42,862 bbls for ihe corres?
ponding month or 1871-Showing an in?rense of
18,828 bbls. be steck- on h-.nd ls 34,306 bbls.
agalBst 82,676 bbls for last week-an Increase or
stock or 1780 bbls.
Sew York Narai Stores Market.
NEW TOMS, July 8.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 1663
bbls rosin, 1017 do spirits tume.tl-e 16 do tar.
Spirits are held with a trifle more confidence, and
many lots reported withdrawn from the market.
Sales caa only be made at a loss ai ruling values.
BI the price at Wilmington is 45c, though a small'
lot told yesterday at 44c, and freight and other
charges aboat ec per gallon when delivered st
this market, me iota onere! to-day were at
about 47 He while 47o wau me.Mg he-1 bid up to
the close <>f 'Onange hour?. Some 75 bois ?old at
47c. Rosin han been 1 ralr requeat at a s ieht de?
din? In ai rained. Saes of 2o7 bbla atra?a-d at
$8, 3 o boh clack at u 87X. and 630 bola No 2 at
ia 623ia4. Tar ia quiet, but held pretty flrraly,
with a light stock. Pitch quiet and unchanged.
Th? New Torie Rice Harket,
_ I " " Nsw YORK, Joly 8.
The Dally Bulletin says: Tnere It a moderate
inquiry for both foreign and domestic, with salea
of the former at tail io mer prices, carolinas are
In llml ed demand, with saie? or prime lots at fall
price-, but aome transact looa in the poorer quali?
ties at taster or ices. We note salea o? 260 uaga
Kargoon, i60ba?8 Patna and 60 tlercea Carolina
on pitvate terms; 400 bans Rangoon at 3>fo, gold,
U bond, 45 uercea Caro.lua at sjfsjo. The atock
to-night ls 22,380 baga hast India and 9iD tierces
Interior Cotton Marken.
'? ? STJKTBR, June 26.
Receipts continue light; only about 16 bales
have been sold darmg the Week ending the 2d
Jnly; we quote ordinary soc. good ordinary 2lc,
low middling 2txc middling 22Xc, strict mid?
NBWBBBRT, Joly 2.
Cotton ls selling at 23c.
SP ART AN BUBO, Jnly 2.
Cotton la qnot ed at 22c. .
Receipts per Railroad, July 4.
SOOTH CAROLINA BA?LBOAO.
84 balea cotton. 60 balea goods, 36 bois spirits,
re obis rosin, l cir stock. To Railroad Agent,
Chapean A co. ii Lelbenrood, Whllden A Joses, O
H Walter A co. mosman k Howell, J Hnrkamp k
co, B O'Neill, H Ger?ts k co, Jeffords A co, bur-1
meister k Zerbst, o F ?iettrs, H cobla ct co.
.Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
D Reosbaw and family. F W Muneriyn, A Hor?
gan, J dcbmedea, and 7 on deck.
' HA RINK NEWS.
CHARLESTON, ti. O.'.JULY 6.1872.
Lat &2 deg 46 min88 sec. | Lon79deg67min27sic.
British brig Scotland, Cook. Cardenas-8 days.
Railas-.. To W P Ball. [Previously reported at
Spmlsh bilg Carmita, Coll, Nen vitas-io days.
Ballast. To W P UalL. [t-reviously reported at
Merchants' Line sehr Li ly. Heches, New York
10 day H. Md - e. To Roach A Morl -tt. J E Adger A
co, Adama, Damon 4k co, O D Abreos A co, E Batea
k co. Holtmann Broa, H BUohoff A co, Bulcken A
Wohltmann H Bulwinkle. Cameron, Barke y k
co, E R co ?perth wart, W M Cbafee A CO Dowle.
Moise A Davis, Douglas 4 Miller, Joe Daws in. Jos I
Gorham, U Gerd; s a ce, Bart A co J Hi ka mp A
co. J H Hillen, J W Harrlaou. H Klatte A co, P B
Lalaue k co, Rltnck, wicaenberg A co, tsteflrns,
Werner A Locker, H G Michaella, S R Marshall A
co, W shepherd A co, s C Railroad co, Stoney k
Lowndes, J Z Stocker. D B ?lieux, W B Smith A
co. O F wieters, G W Willlama A co, W L Webb, B
Wohlken, Holmes A Calder. Oa Monday last.-at
8 PM, 26 miles south of the Fr? lngpao, SRO ne the
sc r Florence Rogers, from Charleston for Quincy
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 84
pkgs rice, nv se and sundries. To shackelford A
Reny, E P Toomer, J M-Eason A Bro, J R Pringle
A son, and others. ?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship James"Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, Joly 2.
steamship Virginia, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
DP FOR THIS PORT.
The Granton, Dake, at Liverpool? Jane io.
ULKARfclD FOR THIS PORT.
British brig Jolla Lingi ey, Pratt, at New York,
Sobr Eothen, Branteerg, at New York, July 1.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Dr Rogers, Allen, from Bangor, Me, 27th
June. . .*
The sehr M L Wedmore, Terry, from Beaufort,
S C. arrived at New York 30ih alt. -
The sehr Ogeechee, Sablston, for Beau ron, s O,
cleared at Baltimore lat ian.
UT, OLEAHED AND H?LT.ED PC* THIS PORT.
_ ' LIVERPOOL.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 17
The Georgiana, Mann, sailed...,.Jane 7
The Dake of Cornwall, Keaya, sailed.May 22
The Granton, Dake, np.Jane io
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26 |
The Amnion, McDonald, np.May 14
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Jane 2
WBST HARTLEPOOL. INO.
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 15
The Athone, Sorensen, sailed.Mareil 19
The Brenton, Rich, aaiied.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.Mareil
The Heinrich, Wu uer, sailed.April 8
Behr H E Sampson, Davis, cid.Jane 1
Br brig Jolla Llng'ey, Pratt, cleared.Jnly 2
Brig Henry k Louise. H nd, cleared.June 28
Sehr Myro er, Brown, np.June 17
senr Oliy, Hughes, cleared.Jane 18
Sehr Carrie A Bentley, cleared.Jone 6
sehr Florence Balley. Balley, up......Jane 27
sehr Gothen, Brautberg, cleared.Joly 1
Br bark Jas Holmes, wise, cleared.....May 17
sehr caroline Young. Yoong, cleared....June 7
sehr E R Rommen, Ripley, ap.Joly 1
Brig Altavela, Cons ins, np A...Jone 6
Scnr Heory Allen, Tatem, cleared...May n
sctir MO Frye. Bnnktr. old.Jane 10
Sehr Vlrglnl ', Dryden, cleared.June 20
sc ir Grace B West, Lord, cleared.June 20
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, ap. Jane 21
Sehr Conrad Fox, Lewis, cleared.v..Jnne 22
?ehr John A Frank. Mathe-va, cleared.Jone 1
Sehr Dr Rogers, Allen, sailed.Joly 1
sehr Frank A Emily, McOobb, aalled.Jane 19 I
Sehr Willie Lace, Talbot, ap.Jane 28
Lilt of Shipping
IN TBX POBT OF CHABLX8TON, JULY 4.
Vessels ander loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted. ?
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger'sjwharf,
for New York, loading-Jamea Adger A co.
Gulf stream, -- toua, hunter, at .Brown k co's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Cour?
Sea Gull, 616 tons,. Dutton, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P 0 Trenholm.
Frelr, (Norw.) 4SI tons, Thesen, at Marshall's
wharf, for a port la Great Britain, loading
R Mate A co.
Sim od a, (Br,) - tona, Oondey. at N E Railroad
wharr, for the United Kingdom, ready-D
Wm H Parka, - tona, Dix. la Ashley River, for
New Baven, ready-Cohen A Wells.
Scotland,- tons, Cook, at Bennett's Mill, for
Weat Indle8, loading-w P Ball.
Carnets, (span.) - tons, Ooll, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Aid ana Rotes, - tons. Rhodes, Ashley. River, for
a Northern Port ready-Cohen A Wella.
Ll ly. 360 tona, Hughes, at Adger'a wharf, from
New York, discharging-Roach A Moffatt.
g AN KING HOUSE OP
HENRY CLEWS ck CO.,
NO. 82 WALL STREET, N. Y. .
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel?
lers,-also Commercial Credits issued^ available
throughout the world.
Bills or Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bank of Scotland, Provincial Bank
or Ireland, and all their branches.
Tele graphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the Weat Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in . lther Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which pass
throuzh the dearing Bouae aa If drawn upon any
cit? bank. Interest allowed on dally balances.
Certificates ol Deposit issued bearing Interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
may28-x No. ll Old Broad street, London.
cfs NEW Y OR K
ON WEDNESDAY, JOLY 10,. AT 10
O'CLOCK A. M. -?
NEW IBON STEAK LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870,
STATEROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will saU for
New York on WEDNESDAY July loth, at 10 o'clock
A. M.. from Pier No. 2. TJDIOD Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and tho
New England Cities as usual.
Insnr mee bv Steamers of this Line Jtf percent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having*
very 0ne Deck Stateroom accommod .tiona, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No 20 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
July* . . '_.
PHILADELPHIA 'IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-GLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
fi,ULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,?
are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Kalimna oom.
panieiat both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from au points in tho Cotton States-, and
to and from Cincinnati. St. Loots, Chicago and
the - principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Oea>
o- The GULF STREAM ii appointed to 1*0
from Brown's Wharf on SATUKOAY, 6th Joly, at 8
o'clock P. sf. ? .. -V? T
MW The VIRGINIA Will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements,' inply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wnarvea.
W.P. CLYDE A 00., General Agenta," No. It
south Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.. . V
Jan29 ._ ,_ ,
DOR NEW YOEE.
NSW YOBS AMD CIIARLK8TOS
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship CH IMPION,
R. W. Lockwood. Commander, will eau from.
Adger's south Wharf for theaoove port?n BAT-'
TjBOAY, the AI h July, at 6 o'clock P. H.
s ?a-Th? CH .1M PION ls haBoaomely and comfort- -
ably titted up for passengers, and offers superior
lndncements to travellers going North.
j?3?M?rlne Insurance by this vessel half per
MW Through Bills or Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Engj.
land manuracturing towns. -.ST'
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
Jnlyl-0 JAMES ADflEB A CO., Agents.
O B BAL TIM 0> BE".
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
? u ta I
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, '1
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship-SBA GULL, Dat ton, Co ra?
man J er, will sill for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
otb Julv, at 0 o'oiock P. M.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to srnnpie and sell their Goods fron '
the Railroad Depot In Pn li adelphi a.
For Freight or Passage apnlv to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM,. A gent,
lnlya-6_.. . ? NO. aUojjm wharves.
pAOTJIO HALL STEAMSHIP GO MP Y'S
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. ?
Steamers ai the above line leave rirr _> ritlML i
No. 42. North River, root of Canal2snflnV
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or me lota
and seth of every month except when these
dates fall on sunday, then the >arurday preceding.
AU departures connect at Panama with -team
era for south Pacific and Central American portay
Departure of 16tb touches at Kingston, Jamaica, '
Por Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran*
Cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
sunday; then on the day preceding. . r
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each ad nit.
Medicine and at tend an cerfree.
For Passage Ticket* or other Inform?t!on apply .
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
root or Canal street, North River, New York,
Jnly26-lrr_F. R. HARY. Agent, j
pU& LIYEBPOUL, VIA QUEENSTOWN"
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTER!
wm dispatch one of their nra dclass, roil po wat
iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage 180, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 20 Broadway) tao,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. es Wail street, M. Y.
N. B.-Through Billa Lading to Uverpoollsnoed
ay the Charleston and New York Steamers, whian
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to.
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
may? or WM. A. COURTENAY?
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES 1
ANCHOS LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY^
Passengers booked to and from any.
Raliway station or Seaport in Great;_
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Deuma.^,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and th?
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by wednesday'?Steam?
ers $60. By Saturday's <*'earners $66 and $76.
EXuUKSION TICKETS, $120.
Intermediate, $83; steerage, $28, all payable lo
Parties sending for their friends lu the Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
Fur further particulars apply to the Agents, ,
No. 7 Bowling Green,- N. Y.,
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
R F L?0 E I D A-,
? '?^ nirtgi"n''' splendid "-UBSSm?Sm
il??Y PoiNl'...Captain MCMILLAN
Will leave Charleston every T?BSDAY EVENENO,
at half-past 8 o'clock, . .
AND ALL LANDINGS ON S*L ' JOHN'S RIVER?
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatk ? FamaT
MOKNINO and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATUBDAT AFTERNOON.
For Freurht or Passage, having t lrat-ciass AO*
commodatlons, apply ro
RAVENEL A 00.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay,