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C IT y AFFAIRS.
young Amerlca^FirT^pany, at 6 P. M.
Washington Lodge, I. 0. G. T., at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
Pioneer Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Wagener Arllllery Club, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 5 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at
No. 157 Meeting Btreet, Mills House, furni?
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, hats, &c.
Wm. McKay will eell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, mattresses, ?c.
TH ERM O M^E TRI CAL.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side ol Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 77; IO A. M., 80; 12 M., 83; 2 P. M., 85;
4 P. M., 83; 6 P. M., 82,^ 8 P. M., 81.
STILT. ANOTHER SLATE.
A Bran New Ticket by the "Progres?
A well attended meeting of the "Progressive
Republicano" was held at Howard's Hall, last
Monday evening, with M. lt. Delany presiding,
and J. B. Mushlngton, Jr., secretary, at which
the following ticket was put in nominaci?n:
For governor, A. J. Willard; for lieutenant
governor, J. Bruce Howard, colored; lor sec
reti"-j of State, E. J. Adams, colored; for at?
torney-general, C. D. Melton; lor adjutant and
Inspector general. J. N. Hayne, colored; lor j
State ireasurer, F. L. Cardozo, colored; for
comptroller-general, R. Tom lin son; for super?
intendent of education, M. A. Warren, col?
ored; for sheriiT, Macon B. Allen, colored; for
clerk o? the court, Edward W. Lee, colored;
for coroner, John W. Miller; lor school com?
missioner, Aaron Loftan, colored; for solicitor,
B. W. Seymour; for Judge ol probate. George
Buist; for county commissioners, F. C. Miller
and Wm. Fields; for members of the Legisla?
ture : Ward l, J. A. Williams, colored; Ward 2,
A. T. williams, colored; Wards, M. Caulfield;
Ward 4, Alexander Williams and J. B. Mush?
lngton, Jr., colored; Ward 5, A. A. Asplnall,
colored; Ward 6, Cnarles Vanderhorst, col?
ored; Ward 7, Abram Taylor, colored; Ward 8,
R. N. Gregory, colored.
PERSONAL.-Major J. W. Pegram, ol' Vir?
ginia, of the Iflrm of Lori ll ard St, Co., of New
York, passed through Charleston yesterday.
The Hon. W. D. Porter arrived in Charles?
ton hythe steamship Georgia on Saturday
last. _ _
REDUCTION OF PASSENGER RATES FROM NEW
YORK SOUTHWARD.-The New York Tribune
of Saturday says: "The great sflfcthern mall
rente has made a large reduction in the price
of first-class passenger fares between this city
and the important Southern pointa. The
cause of the decline ls competition with the
SALE OP A WRECK.-Messrs. J. A. Enslow &
Co. sold yesterday the wreck ot the Spanish
brig Jose Marla y Jesus, stranded near Stono
Inlet, for one hundred and forty-one dollars.
The anchor and chain brought five hundred
dollars, and the rest of the material sold for
THE COUCH OF A NIGHTINGALE.-At the
sale of tbe Mills House furniture yesterday
the mattress upon which Miss Nilsson slept
while In Charleston brought double the price
of any other. This reminds us of the Jenny
Lind lunacy many years ago, when tne cbam
' ber furniture used by the songstress was sold
at anotlon, bringing iabulous prices, and When
a New Orleans merchant, the lucky purchaser
of a porcelain utensil-we forget whether lt
was a wash basin or a slop urn-filled lt with
champagne punch and passed lt around among
the unsuccessful bidders.
PALMETTO PAPER.-The Savannah News
says: "We alluded some weeks since to a pro?
posed experiment In making paper from Pal?
metto leaves, and stated that several bales of
leaves had been taken to Philadelphia for that
purpose. We now have before us a specimen
of paper which lethe result of the experiment.
It Is of good texture and very strong; the color
ls a little dingy, bot this, of course, can be re?
medied. It is contemplated erecting a mill In
Barrien County*for the manufacture of the
paper, and a company will be formed with a
capital of $50,000."
THE PHILADELPHIA STEAM LINE.-The steam?
ship J. W. Everman, of Clyde's Philadelphia
Steam Line, arrived here yesterday from the
above port. She brings a lexge and valuable
cargo of general merchandise. The Everman
is just from the hands of the mechanics, and
has been entirely renovated and refitted at
the workshops in Philadelphia, her boilers and
much of ber outfit being renewed, and her
hull and machinery has been carefully ex?
amined andjsuch repairs made as to place her
in first rate order. Her excellent condition
is such as will not fall to give eotlre satisfac?
tion to the shipping public.
THE MILLS HOUSE FURNITURB_A large
number of persons assembled yesterday oppo?
site the Charleston Hotel to witness the sale
of the Mills House furniture. A large portion,
. - consisting of the choicest pieces, had previ?
ously been disposed of at private sale. The
bidding was active, and the articles with lew
exceptions brought fair prices. A handsome
rosewood plano of seven octaves brought one
hundred and seventy-five dollars. Ordinary
cottage chamber Bets sold for twenty-two dol?
lars. Mattresses three and four dollars each.
Sofas ten to sixty dollars each. Bureaus
seven fifty to thirty dollars each. Common
carpets twenty-five to sixty cents per yard;
Brussels sixty to ninety cents. Blankets one
and three-quarters to two and three-quarters
each. A laney desk brought forty dollars.
The Bale will be resumed this morning.
HEAVY RAINS.-The long-continued drought
has ended In a more or less Bteady rainfall,
whloh has coutinued since last Thursday af?
ternoon. Between two and six o'clock on
Tuesday morning the city was visited by a
violent wind and thunder storm, accompanied
by some hall and an unusually heavy rain.
An intermission of a lew hours occurred
about noon yesterday, but in the afternoon
the rain commenced again, and kept np pretty
steadily during the greater part of the night,
varied by occasional hard showers.
Accounts from the line of the Northeastern
Railroad report an abundance of rain in that
The Savannah papers, of yesterday, contain
accounts of a remarkably severe rain storm in
that city during the two preceding drys. The
streets in many places were completely sub?
merged. Numerous cellars were flooded, in?
flicting losses aggregating many hundreds of
dollars. A large hole was made in the main
sewer, and several minor ones were consider?
ably damaged in a similar manner. It was the
heaviest rainfall that bas occurred there since
the storm o? August last.
THE COURTS YESTERDAY.
John 8mltb, drunk and disorderly, two dol?
lars. Francis Marlon, lodged by a trial Jus?
tice, delivered to warrant. Charles Fraser,
sexton of St. Paul's Church, falling to return
a burial certificate, dismissed. Charles BrowD,
obscenity, ten days.
The only case ot importance before Judge
Graham, yesterday, was a motion for a new
trial lu the case ol Fox against the Savannah
and Charleaton Railroad, in which a verdict of
five thousand dollars damages for mjurles re?
ceived by the plaintiff from au accidentan
that road had been reudered at the last regu?
lar term of the court. The Judge refused to
grant the motion. A notice of appeal to the
Supreme Court was given by the counsel for
United States Commissioner's Office.
C. Plait, a storekeeper in the Parish ot St.
James Goose Creek,.was bound over to appear
at the October term of the Uuited States Court
lor trial, on the charge of Belling tobacco
without a license. A storekeeper at Summer?
ville, brought up last week charged with Bell?
ing liquor without a license, produced hlB
license and waa dismissed. John Scharlock,
selling tobacco without a license, bound over
to appear at the next term.
Trial Justice Courts.
Robert Fishburn brought suit, yesterday,
before Trial Justice John Mackey, against the
savannah and Charleston Railroad Company
for the value of two cows killed on that road.
Mr. Mackey decreed against the company lor
thirty dollars and costs.
Cicero Gibbes was up for abducting Serena,
Wigg, a minor. The girl was engaged to te
married to Cicero, and wished to avoid being
taken into the country, whither her mother
was about to remove. Monday afternoon the
couple eloped, but a constable, armed with a
warrant, interfered before the knot could be
tied. Both were lodged in Jail Monday night.
Yesterday the girl was returned to her mother,
and Cicero dismissed on payment of costs.
MORTUARY REPORT FOR THE WEEK.
The following ls the official return of deathB
for the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing August 3, 1872 :
BLACKS OR COV
ta m .
Ul-ie i se, Mi?
Kn te ri MS.
H o o p 1 Hg
Whites 17, Blacks and colored 21-total 38.
Under l year or age.,
Between l and 6 years of age.
Between io and 20 years of age.
Between 20 and 30 years of age.
Between 30 and 40 years of age.
Between 40 and 60 years of age.
Between 50 and 60 years of age.
Between 70 and so years or ase.
Between 80 and 90 years of age.
Between 90 and loo years of sge.
Gio. 8. PKLZER, M. ?., City Beglstrar.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AM>\
The Daily Bulletin of Monday, August 5th,
New potatoes are a trifle easter intone,
but without quotable change. Our quo?
tations are in bulk. In shipping order
50c per bb! must be added. We quote: Early
Rose, Southern $1 75a2 12; Long Island $2a
2 60; Goodrich. Southern, $lal 12 per bbl.
Vegetables without decided change. We
quote: Green corn $lal 25 per 100. Red on?
ions per barrel $2 50a2 75; do Connecticut
$2 50a3 per 100 Btrlngs. Cucumbers, Long
Island 25c per 100. Squash, marrowfat, tier
obi, $lal 50. New turnips $lal 50 per bbl. Cab?
bages $8al4 per 100. Beets, Jersey, $1 50.
Tomatoes, Jersey, $lal25 per crate, and Long
Island $1 50al 62 per basket. Egg plant $2 50
Peaches are more plenty to day and easier,
lut with this exception mere is little. If any.
change to notice. We quote: New apples $la4
50 per bbl, 25a50c per crate. Watermelons $30a
35 per 100 for Georgia, and $l2a20 per 100 for
Virginia and Delaware. Jerpev whortleber?
ries $2 50a3 per bushel and SalOc per quart.
Nutmeg melons i2a3 per bbl. Pears, common
$2 50a3; do Bell $5a6; do Bartletts per crate
$3a5. Peaches, Delaware $la2 50 per crate,
75ca$l 50 for baskets; and Jersey 40ca$l 25
Hotel Arrivals-August O.
T. D. Gillespie, O. H. Sadler, North Caroll
na;S. V. Bunting, P. P. C. Co.; A. McKensle,
Florence; T. A. Harper, E. L. Weldllnger, Sa?
vannah; C. L. Gudendorf, Columbia; T. M.
Jafl.-ay, Timothy Hurley, New York; J. W.
Williamson, Darlington; J. A. Peterkln, Marl
boro'; J. DeTreville, South Carolina; J. D.
Twlggs, Augusta; H. B. Davis, St. Helena: 8.
H. Bnrden, Providence; J. C. Huger, steam?
ship Falcon; Smith Leach, White Hall; H. M.
Stuart, M. D, Beaufort, A. R. Reed and son,
Cardenas, Cuba; Fernanda Heydrlck and fami?
A. Loryea, Jos. L. Loryea, R. H. Callahan,
South Carolina; D. L. Senn, C. S. Bartlett, Co?
lumbia; W. J. Magrath and mother, Ocala; R.
Elliott, Savannah; Z. Richardson, Hardeeville;
Mlle. Inna Durham, Philadelphia; David Levi,'
Manning; Mrs. J. B. Phillips, Augusta; N. L.
Fisk, Georgia; Wm. J. Spinn, St. Stephens; B.
Malliferr, New York; Ja?. McNorth, Graham?
ville; D. M. Elkins, Reevesville.
THE COUNTY CAMPAION.-A gathering of the
dusky clans ol James Island was held last
Monday afternoon near the Presbyterian
Church, at the cross road3, with Henry Thomp?
son, chairman, and J. J. Young, Isaac Reed
and H. C. Baker for speakers. An election of
delegates to the County Convention was held,
and Robert Brown, Henry Thompson and Wm.
Hart, all colored, were chosen. Of these three
two are Bowen men, and the Mackeyites pro
pose to elect a contesting delegation. ?
A condemned ship was burnt yesterday off
Bemley'a Point on Cooper River.
Mother Theresa has been re-elected Supe?
rioress of the Sisters o? Mercy lor the fourth
Captain Franz Melchers, of the Zeitung,
will sall for New York this afternoon, on the
steamship Georgia. He contemplates an ab?
sence of two or three weeks, and will combine
business with pleasure.
William H. Henderson and William J. Mc?
Laughlin, under sentence of ten years' Im?
prisonment In the Albaoy Penitentiary for
robbing the United States mail, will leave
Charleston on the Georgia, thia afternoon,
under the care of Deputy Marshals Hendricks
A letter has been received in this city from
Mr. J. A. Alpers, who disappeared quite sud?
denly some time In November last. He ls
now in Cincinnati in good health. His family
have left Charleston to Join him. The letter
gives no explanation of his abrupt departure,
but promises one at some future time.
Livery stable keepers and other owners of
vehicles are getting loud lu complaint against
the condition of the streets generally, particu?
larly o? Meeting below John, and King below
Calhoun. They allege that their vehicles are
constantly receiving serious injuries from ruts
and holes. Cannot the committee on streets
look Into the matter?
OUR NEXT PRESIDENT.-Mr. Ethan Allen,
the chairman of the Liberal Republican Na?
tional Committee, has aentTBH NEWS an ad?
mirable .lithograph of the Hon. Horace Gree?
FIREMEN'S PARADE AND TOURNAMENT.-The
Vigilant Steam Fire Engine Company, of thia
city, have received an invitation from the Ga?
zelles, of Augusta, Georgia, to participate in a
firemen's parade and tournament, to be held
In that city on the 23d of October next The
Vigilants have accepted the invitation, and
appointed a committee to make the necessary
arrangements lor taking their eneine willi
them. -, _ _
THE remainder of the Furniture from the
Mills House will be sold to-day, at ten o'clock,
from No. 157 Meeting street. W. Y. Leitch <fe
R. S. Bruns, Auctioneers.
FADED COATS, Vests and Pants cleaned and
renewed at- Otto 8onntag's Dyeing Establish?
ment, No. 34 Wentworth street, near Artesian
STOP and see thal Dolly Varden Sewiug Ma?
chine at Singer office. aug5-mw?3
EXAMINE the Binger belore purchasing
Sewing Machine. The Singer is repaired at
the office of the company In this city, and not
sent to New York. aug5*mw(3
Is YOUR STOMACH UNEASY ?-Many dyspep?
tic Croesus would be willing, it ls said, to give
half his wealth for an easy stomach. If this ls
a fact, why do any of our "solid men" con?
tinue to endure the pangs of indigestion. Is
lt not patent to the whole community that Hos?
teler's Stomach Bitters will cure the worst
case of chronic dyspepsia in six or eight weeks?
No occasion for the expenditure of haifa for?
tune; a lew dollars will auffic>. to accomplish
the object. Surely every n I who ls not
"sand blind" to the great utilitarian of the
day must Know that this celebrated vegetable
specific promptly relieves all diseased condi?
tions of the stomach, liver, bowels and ner?
vous system, restores their vigor and Imparts
regularity to their functions. Is your epigas?
trium uneasy-' Is the vulture, disease,
gnawing at your liver ? If BO, resort at once
to the Bitters. aug5-mwf3DA-w
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HABEL STREET
BILLHEADS and Letterheads printed at low
rates, plain or fancy; also, Dray Receipts,
Money Receipts, Cards, Circulars, Statements,
Handbills, Dodgers, <fcc., at THE NEWS JOH
DRESS GOODS AT STOLL, WEBB & Co.-Three
thousand yards more of those super BaregeB
and Japanese at 124 cents, worth 25. 300C
yards at G yards for $1. 1000 yards 4-4
English Cambrics at C yards for $1.
BUILDING 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 street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, ?c., from the
best manufacturers. mchS-fmwlyr
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all ot our
present stock at extremely low prices.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, Sec., j
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav?
ing orders at TUE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
DRUGGISTS' LABEL3 AND WRAPPERS taste?
fully printed, with appropriate cuts, at New
York prices, at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS 1-Louis Cohen
<fc Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Gooda,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of Importation,
call ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. may 16
PICNIC AND EXCURSION PARTIES will consul
thelr interests by calling at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when printed tickets or posters are
LAWYERS eau have their Briefs printed in
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will closeout all of cur
present 6tock at extremely low prices
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ?t Co., No. 244 King
PARCHEESI 1 PARCHEESI I-A royal game oy
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Ba.
News Room. apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
COTTON FACTORS in need ol' Market Reports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
ENVELOPES.-A largt stock of Envelopes al
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to snit the times.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 60 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
"SALVO.-Dieri, on 29th July, Mrs. o. A. SALVO,
of Colleton District, In her 35th year. *
BA LT! MORE-Per sehr J H Stickney-S65 tons
Tine Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, \
TrsSDiY EVENING, Augubt 6. 1872. J
COTTON.-The market had a firm character, bnt
tue crt ring stock; was light and held strongly.
Sales only 22 boles, say 9 at 17, 8 at iTJf, 5 at 18 xe
RICE-lhere waa a fair inquiry for this grain
at full prices. Sales abont 100 tierces of clean
Carolina, abont 60 of which were sold the day be?
fore, say 3 tierces at 7>?, 20 at iy" 12 at 1\, 6 at
sc, and the day before 20 tierces at 7, 80 at 8tf, 6
at s .'?'c. We quote common to fair at 7@7#c;
NAVAL STOMA-Receipts 135 bb's spirits tur?
pentine, 588 bbla rosin and 70 bbls crnde turpen?
tine. For rosins the market ij, firmer and higher,
with Bales since SatunUy or about 2000 bbls or all
grades at $2 90 for atralned, $3 for No. 2, $3 25
for No. 1, $4a4 25 for low pale, $150a4 75 fur pale.
Spirits turpentine was quiet and no eales report?
ed. Crude turpentine may be qnoted at $3 16
for virgin, $2 70 for yellow dip, and $1 80 for
FBiioars.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, nomi
aal on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via New
Tork, Kdon uplands, \d on Bea islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To aa vre - on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea islands;
$1 60 fl tterce on- rice; OOo fl bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc V th on cotton; - fi tierce
on rice; 6O0 fi barrel on rosin; $8 y lt on
mm ocr; $10 fl Mon Umber. To Boston, by sall,
*c fi ft on upland cotton; rosin 65c; r esa wed
stan* $10310 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To rrovi
lenee, by sall 910 ft M on boards, s0 ft ft 00
cotton; by steam ll fl bale on New York ratas.
To Phllalelphla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by sall, $69 Mon boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8
per ion en clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team sc ft ft by sall, $6 so@7 fi
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 fi
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de?
mand by onr merchants to tate lumber freights
from Georgetown, s. c.; ?arion and Sauna Rlvor,
la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind $io@i2 ft M aro the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bille 24S@24X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
stght checks on New York al par @ s premium,
and soil at prommlum. Outside they par?
chase at l-is@x premium, and sell at 3-1 es*
markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, Angus: 6.
Noon.-Consols 92s- Bonds Ol};.
FRANKFORT, August 6.
PARIS, August 6.
Noon.-Rentes 55f 70c. .
Nxw YORK, Angus16.
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks dall. Gold Arm
at 16};. Money easy at 4. Exchange-longos;
abort 10. Governments quiet. State bonds Arm.
treeing.-Freights a niade firmer. Money la
2. Gold i6>;al6H. Sterling unsettled. Govern?
ments steady, states Brm but quiet. Tennessees
strong. Old North Carolinas arm.
LIVERPOOL, August o
Noon.-Cotton opened firmer; uplands 9Xa9\d,
Later.-Cotton Armer; uplands 9Xu, Orleans
10 4>'d ; sales 15,000 bales; speculation and export
Evening -Cotton closed Armer; uplands 9Xa
97,'d ; Orleans ?csd. Yarna and fabrics quiet and
' Niw YORE, August 6.
Noon.-Cotton Arm; uplands 21J?C; Orleans
21 j, c; sales 131 bales.
Evening.-cotton Arm; stiles 2114 bales; up?
lands ii 'ic: Urieans 22c. Sales of cotton futures
to-day 71.060 balts, as follows: August '.0 i-iea
2P%: September 20Ji?2l; October 19j?al9Ji; No?
vember io l-16al9X; December 19.
BOSTON, August e.
Cotton strong; middlings 23c; gross receipts 60
bales; sales 200; atoes 8000.
PHILADELPHIA, August 0.
Cotton firmer; middlings 2iva2ic,
BALTIMORE, August e. I
Cottrndnll; middlings 21,Vc; gross receipts64
bales; exports coastwise40; Bales 40; stock 1143.
NORFOLK, August 6.
Cotton firm; low middlings 20c; net receipts 37
bales; exports coastwise 66; stock 406.
WILMINGTON, August 6.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20>;c.; stock 317 bales.
SAVANNAH, August 6.
Cotton quiet; holders Arm; inidc lings 20c; net
receipts 709 bales; sales 6; stock 1382.
AUGUSTA, August 6.
Cotton in good demand; middlings i9c; net
receipts 3 bales; Bales 27.
MEMPHIS, August 6.
Cotton Arm; middlings 2lsa2lSc; net re?
ceipts 17 bales.
MOBILE, August e.
Cotton, nominal; stock 838 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, August 6.
Cotton nominal; low middlings I9tf aiosc; net
receipts 25 bales; gross 25; sales 26; stock 7480.
GALVESTON, August 6.
< Cotton nominal; good ordinary l?saioc; net
receipts 60 bates; stock 469.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, August 6.
Evening.-Breadstuff's quiet. Cumberland cut
28s ed. Lara 37B 3d. Po? 46s Od. Common rosin
NEW YORK. August 6.
Noon.-Fleur very firm. Wheat a shade firmer.
Corn firm. Pork quiet ac $18 60al8G9. Lard
quiet and steady; Bteam 8Sa8Xc. Turpentine
quiet at 49a49s& Rosin firm at $3 60a3 65 for
strained. - ?
kvenlng.-Floor a shade firmer and in moder?
ate demand. Whiskey 98?c Wheat 3a5c better;
demand in limited supply; red Western $1 osa
176. Corn scarcely BO Arra. Rice 8j<a9c. Pork
$i3 60al8 66. lard firmer at 8'ia9?;c. Navals
quiet. Tallow 8Xa9}ic
BALTIMORE, Angust 6.
Flour firm and good scone. Wh^at active and
Arm. Cora Armer; waite 70a76c; vellow 65. Oats
active; Southern 40a43c. Bye firmer at 66a70c.
Provisions buoyant. Bacon active und higher;.
Hhuulders 7sc . Lard neglected at o>;c. Whiskey
CINCINNATI, August e.
Flour firm; old $6a8 25; new $7 26a7 60. Corn
dull and unchanged at 46c fort dull and nomi?
nally $13 60. Lard steady; sommer 7j;a7/-?c;
stearn 8a8X; kettie 3};. Bacon arm; shoulders
6}?c; deer nb sides sk; clear sides 9>?. Whiskey
Tobacco active and very firm; stock scarce;
fairs 97 hhds. Flour steady and in fair demand;
extra $6 25. corn steady and tn fair demand;
sacked 60 Provisions fairly active. Pork steady
at $13 20al3 60. Bacon firmer and higher; shoul?
ders d'ia-7; clear rib 9aaS; clear sides 91-;a9S,
packed. Lard firm at o l;aiu};. Whiskey quiet.
ST. Louis, August o.
Floor-buyers off and lower to sell. Oom dull
ami drooping; No2 mixed 35. Whiskey 92. Pork
dull at $1316. Bacou firm; only BUiail order
trade. Lard quiet; steam 8.
The New York Cotton Market.
Nsw YORK, August 2.
The Financial Chronicle says: Tue chief fea?
tures or the market during the past week has
been a steady decline, till towards the close or
Wednesday's business, attended with largely in?
creased ssles mr export, and quite a brisk de?
mand for consumption. The Liverpool quotation
has declined, ami lhere have been reports of in?
jury to the growing crop; but neither or these
facts have exerted much influence, the leading
Idea being io close ont the mocka on lund. At
the reduced prices, there appeared yesterday
some revival or speculative confidence, lt being
possible ihat this and the next month may hava
been oversold, and consequently there was a
slight recovery la prices for those months. To?
day thc demand continuing good both for export
and home consumption, there bas been an ad?
vance in the quotations for spot cotton of an #,
and about the same advance for contracts for
August and September. The prices for futures
last reported were (oasW low middling) 20%c for
August; 20 6 16c for september; 19 7:iec for Oc?
tober; i8Jic for November; 18 7 iflc for December.
Tho total sales of this description for the week
were 9l,800 bales. For immediate delivery the
total salea foot ap this week 14,690 bales, includ?
ing 9241 for export, 6319 for consumption, none
for speculation, and none in transit.
The Dally Bulletin of Mooday, August 6, says:
There lias been a decided Improvement in the
business on spots during the p ist week, both in
an export way and for nome consumption. Dor
lng the early part or the week the market showed
no really new features, and the tendency appear?
ed to be toward a lower range of values. Liver?
pool remained at a low figure, tnoogn recovering
a fanning during the week, but settling back to
s?id at the close, shippers claim that there la a
small margin for them at this figure, and have
been operating to some exteut. It Is thought,
however, the transactions on shipping account
have been mainly in the interest of the "ring,"
which, in its desire to reduce the stock and
maintain the corner on the "short." disregard
margins on shipments. The Greek houses, the
principal shippers, are overloaded with cotton on
the other side, and the bulk of the stock they J
hold at figures considerably above the present
range. This checks operations on their part, al?
though they aro not slow to avail themselves of
any marked decline here that would offer them lib?
eral margins on new shipments. The cnrrent
range of values has met the views of spinners,
and considerable amounts have gone Into con?
sumption. The ran from this source ls mostly
for the better grades, which are held at the close
in diminished supply. The amok of all grades'
has been reduced abont 9000 bal's during the
week, aa a consequence of which the market
closes strong. The decline durl?g the week
amounted to X?- On Monday the market loat a
Xe, and on Wednesday another quarter, while on
Friday there was a recovery of an eighth, leav?
ing the net decline for the week ending Friday
evening of Xe. !
The fluctuations are shown by the following
comparison of the average closing prices of spots
and futures on the dat? s given, on a basis of low
Deliveries. Fri. Mon. Wed. Fri.
Joly 26. July 29. July 3t.' Aug. 2.
Spots....'....MC 20 20XC 20J?C
August.20X 20X 20 20X
september...20% UOX- 2J 20X
October.lox I9X igx IQ%
November.. 18 % 18X 18X 18X
December. ..18* UH isy, i8X
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YOKE. August 5.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 162
bbls crnde turpentine, 2894 do rosin, 826 do spirits
turpentine, luo do tar. spirits turpentine has
been In fair request and sales at about former
prices, although at the close the tone shows a
trifle weakness. Sau? 460 bbls a-- eoxclnahlpplag
ore er. free on beard, and 60 bbls at 60c, closing at
49Ka60& Strained rosin very quiet, but prices
arm at $3 60a3 66 for common to good strained.
The Oner grades In moderate demand and steady.
Sales loo bbls pate $4 76. Tar scarce, the market
being almost bare, wnich has not happen - d before
since the war. Pitch in moderate jobbing de?
mand and firmer at $3 60 for city delivered.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORE, August 6.
The Daily Bulletin says: The stock of Patna ls
small, ano boilers are strone at abont ronner
values. Rangoon is moving moderately, and re?
mains steady at unchanged figures, carolina ls
selling with a fair degree of activity with a firm
tone, consequent upon the light stocks here and
at the South. The sales are 276 bags Rangoon at
SX&7XC, 160 bags Patna at 7Xa8c, and 45 tierces
Carolina at 8Xa9o.
Receipts per Railroad, Angust G.
SOUTH CAROLINA. RAILROAD.
106 bales cotton, 79 bales goods, 21 bbls cplrftQ
turpentine, t9 bbls rosin 62 casks clay. To Rail?
road Agent, Roach A Moflete, Goldsmith A Son, C
Lelbcnrood, Whilden A Jones. C D Ahrens A co.
Lauroy. Alexander A co, O F Wletere, H Bischoff
A co, Holmes A Calder, steffen*, Werner A Duck?
er, and others.
4 bales cotton, 31 bbls crude turpentine, 2d3
bbls rosin, cars of lumber, mdse, Ac. To Barden
A Parker, Whlldeu A Jones, A S Smith, Kinsman
A Howell, Mis A D Council, M Trlesr, A J swloaa,
F K Hnger, O F W lei ers. Order, and others.
Per steamship James Adger. from New York
Tim Hurley, Geo Strong, David Levi, J H Jenks, C
Beraraatin, Mr BarRer, Mr Davis, A Meyer, W H
SlanVll. W A Camp, Chas stoil, Llzz e St< ll. Mrs M
n runups, N S Fish, N Ingrnbam White, Miss K T
Barkley. G S Hookey, R C Barkley and wife. M Hu
Peake, TM Jaffray, Josephine Knight, W Bche, W
Codslla, T Lewis, and fonr deck.
Per steamship Falcon, from Baltimore-E M
Sell, J J Jackson, o K Uendersdorf.
y OUT CA USU DAM.
MOON'S PH AS BS.
New Moon, 4th. 4 hours 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12t-h. 12 hours, 83 minutes, mor'og.
Full Moon, 18th. 3 boars, 34 minutes, evening.
last Quarter, 26th. 3 hours. 16 minutes, evening.
a. a a
CHARLESTON, B. C.AUGUST 7, 1872.
:,at 32 ueg 46 nun sa sec. | Lon70deg67inm278ec.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York,
- honra to the bar. Mose. To James Adger A
co, J E Adger A co. S O Railroad Agent, Southern
Express co, G W Almar. A M Adger. J Archer, C
D Ahrena A co, D A Amme, C D Andrews, MAA
Ashton, Adams, Damon A co, J D Aiken, J Apple,
Dr ll Baer, ll R Banks, Edwin Bates A co, B boyd,
r M uristoit A co, Bollmann Bros, c Birt A co.
W M Bird A co, W O Bee A CO, F O Borner, Mrs M
J Booth, osmer m, Parkley A co, J Campeen A co,
T M Oater, L Chap?n, cavanaugh A Waun, JOH
?lanssep. Crane, Boylaton A co, Commander of
Fort Sumter, W n Chafes A co, Do wie, Moise A
Davis, P Darcy, H A Due, W L Dawson, Douglas
A Miller, Douglas A Jackson, J M Eason A Bro, G
H Elsenbach, 1 L Falk A co, DF Fleming A co, D
Goldstein A s n, Forsythe, McU?mh ? co, J H
Graver, c Graveley, H Gerdts A co, P L Gullle
mtn. Holmes A Calder, I U Had A co, John Uar
kamp A co. D B Haselton, J H Hillen, F K Hous?
ton, N A Hunt, H ar beso n A co, A Diing, Jeffords
A co, John Kennerty, J P Kiep, F KresaeL Jr, H
W Krlete, Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co, Kinsman
Bros, U Klatte A co, Knobeloch A ?MUall, Lanrey,
Alexander A co, Locke A Gronlng, JnoU Lopez,
Llghthoase Inspector, s R Marshall A co, Martin
A Mood, J G Mllnor A co, McLoy A R'ce, Wm Mc?
Kay, P F Murray, Mense A Muller, R Muller, Wm
Mattblessen, E W Marshall A cu, M H Nathan, E
Terry, Murphv, Little A co, Bernard O'Neill, D
O'Neill A Sons, O P Poppenhelm, C W Panknln, F
W Peiper, N M Porter, Paul, Welch A Hrandes, D
Paul A co, W F Paddon, G Rlecke, Ravenel A co,
Ravenel, Holmes A co, J R Read A co, sbackel
ford A Kelly, J shaw, J L Sheppard,Wm Shepherd
A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, G U Schmetzer,
H atender, E Scott, Sunday Times, J F Taylor A
co, J S Terry, R Thomhnson A CU. A Tlerenthal,
Walker, Evans A Cogswell, P P Toale, Wagner
A Monsees, P Wineman A co, M Tr?ese, John H
V?llers, O F Wletere, R D White. S H Wilson A
Bro. W G Whilden, Wells Bros, Peize- Rodgers A
co, Order, and otnera.
steamship Falcon, Haynle, Baltimore-lett 3d
Instant. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P C Trenholm.
S c Railroad Agent, N E Railroad Agent, Geo w
Williams A co, P B Lalane A co, B O'Neill, John H
Graver A Bro, J N Robson, I H Hall A co. John F
Taylor AC', R II McDowell, E R Cowperthwalt,
H Bischoff A co, S R Marshall A CO, G w Almar, j
E Adger A co, Byrne A Fogarty. J Meltzler, Edw
Jordan A son, H Gerdts A co, H cotna A co, D A
Amine, G Rlecke, Jell Tds A co, Steffen', Werner
A Ducker, Stol), Webb A co. Walker, EvaoB A
Cogswell, E Berry, T curupb ll, J P Browne, F C
Borner, J H Miller, Wagener A Monse s,* Uart A
co, H Klatte A co, l<dw S Burnham, P Welch, c H
West, P Wineman A co, J W Lindley, Il l,olding,
s T souder, Bulcken A Wo ltmann, U Bulwlnkle,
E H Frost A co, n Feldmann A co, Jno campeen A
co, W H ch alee A co. Monday morning, off Cape
Lookout, spoke sehr Lewis Ehrmann, from Balti?
more bound to Charleston.
Steamship J W Kverman, Morgan, Philadelphia
-left Friday. Mdse. To W A courtenay, Edw s
Burnham, J E Adger A co, U Bal winkle, W M Bird
A co. Bollmann Bros, Dr Baer. T M Bristoll A co,
R B jy d, J Biller, Cameron, Barkley A co, Jas Cos?
grove. W H ctiafee A co, O D Franke, H Gerdts
A co, H A Dnc, Duwle. Moise A Davis, L Cbspln,
Colcock A co. M Goldsmith A son, Jeffords A co,
Knobeloch A Small, Kinsman Bros, J H Lopez, R
Lawless, M H Natnau. J G Mlinor A co, Railroad
Agent, A McLelsh, N M Porter, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker, C F Panknin, W shepperd A co, Qaack
ennush. Estin A co, E F Rickers, J Thomson A co,
W L Webb. Ravenel, Holmes A cn, Ravenel A co.
Mrs O stack ley, R Thomlloson A co?. Wagener A
Monsees, Walker, Evans Cogswell, and Order.
Sehr David Nichols, Wyman, New Yerk-io
days. Hay. To U Bnlwlnkle. Vessel to H F
Baker A co.
OFF THE PORT.
A three-masted schooner, supposed the Louis
Ehrmann, from Baltimore.
Rehr J H Stickney, Collinson, Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
Steamer Dictator, coxetter, Paiaika via Jack?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, at Baltimore, 6th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORE, August. 6.
Arrived, steamshln City of New York.
Arrived eat, steamships oce?nica, Parthia and
PORT OF BEAUFORT. S. C.
Sehr Abbe Dunn, Fountain, with lumber, Balled
for Salem. M u -..>, 27th July.
Sehr Stlrmseo, with lumber, sailed for Boston
The Sapho. Wilbur, from New York for Chincha
Islands and Charleston, arrived at Valparaiso on
the 2d July.
LIST OF VEB8EL8
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Georgiana, Mann, sailed.Jnne 7
The Duke of Cornwall, Keays, sailed.May 22
The Granton, Duke, up.June 19
WEST HARTLEPOOL. ENG.
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, np.July 16
Brig w H Parks, Dix, up. ..August 1
Sehr May Moro,-. up.July 16
iS?SS LDavia, Bishop, cleared.August 1
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, np.August 1
sehr Wm P cox, Newell, up.Joly 17
Q^P*"^1118 Young, Young, cleared....June 7
scar Ann 8 Cannon, cutten, cleared.July 8
vis!??brmani FooKB' cleared.'Jaly37
sehr Matoaka, Fooks, np.August 8
Sehr Dr Rogers, Ahen. sailed.July 1
Sehr Hyne. Babb, sailed.joly 30
^^jticttltol fflacfr intra.
?yPFro N ~Q~I N S, &C.
THE CELEBRATED GRISWOLD GIN
at $3 75 a saw, delivered at any Railroad depot In
THE IMPROVED EXCELSIOR GIN,
manufactured at Macon, Qa., at $4 a Baw, deliv?
ered as above.
THE MORRIS GIN,
manufactured tn Columbia, S. c., warranted to
make as good lint, and aa much lint, to gin the
seed as clean, and to run as light as any gin of
same size lu the market, at $3 50 a saw.
THE DANIEL PRATT GIN,
manufactured at Prattville, Ala., at $1 a saw,
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November ll, 1870. j
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May30-ths5mo Charleston, S. 0.
JgOWLES BROTHERS 4 CO.,
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KO. 19 WILLIAM STREET,
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throughout the world. Bills o? E*chtsn,ie"an"
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)N WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, AT ?.
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STEW IBON STEAM m E-ESTABLISHED 1870,
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid Nev Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, u ul m ea, Commander, win sall for New
fork on WHDNKSDAT, August 7th, at 6 o'clock
P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Throngh Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Clues as usnaL [
Insurance by Steamers of this Line Jtf pe'r cent.
Per Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER, A CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY,NO. 1 Union Wharves.
angi _ . . 1 : r
JP OR NEW YOKE.
MEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Sldewheel Steamship JAMES I
AUGER, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, will
sall from Adger'a Sooth Wharf on SJTUBDAY, Au?
gost 10th, at io o'clock A. M , precisely. . -
ta* The J AMES AUGER ls handsomely and|com
fortably fitted up for. passengers, and offers
great Inducements to travellers going North.
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
ang6-fl JAMES ADOER A CO.. Agents.,. .
TJXBE PHDAUELPHLi IRON STEAM.
THE FIRST-GLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
EVERMAN, Captain t--,
GULF STREAM, captain Hunter. -'
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and.
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad oem
ponies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points lu the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal eitles of the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Man nf ac turing cen?
mr- The EVERMAN ls appointed, lo aail
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 8th August, at
io o'clock A. Mr ...!!-' .' . Vi
jWThe GULF STREAM will follow.
Fdr particulars of Freight arrangement*,' Apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A co., Generar Agents, No. ia
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. < .
ang3_. ' " ? -"
J10R BALTIM 0 B^B,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
, ; THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sail for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
10th Angus t, at 10 o'clock A.M.
ta* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance,, and Conalanoes are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from'
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRE S HOLM, Agent, . .
ange-? No. a Union Wharves/
LIVEEPO?L, VIA QUEBilSTOv)
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES' MAILS. -
THE LIVERPOOL AND. GREAT WESTERN
STEAM COMP ANT.
wm dispatch one of their first-class, full !
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER NO. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 20 Broadway) (30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to - ,
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 68 WaU street, N. Y.
N. B,-Through BUla Lading to Liverpool Issued
>y the Charleston and New York steamers, which
make close connection with tho above line. ?
For par t len! arc and rate of Freight apply to
- JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A OOw, .
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY.
GARDNER'S BLUFF, 8. 0., ?|
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON PEE?
The steamer PLANTER, Captain . _ ^rr^w
J. T. Foster, 13 now receiving
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave
on WEDNESDAY MORNING., at 6 o'clock.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
good accommodations, apply to the Captain on
board, or to RAVENEL. HOLMES A CO.,
ang6_Np. 177 East Bay.
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND GARNDER'S BLUFF,
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY AND
Steamer PLASTER....Capt. J. T. Foster.
Steamer s WAN.Capt. H. S. Cordes.
The PLANTER, leaves Charleston ^ .^.ip^k.
and the SWAN leaves Gardner's ?ggHEBG
Bluff every TOKSDAV MOHT, Connecting on the
Freight received at Accommodation wharf
every MONDAY and TCSSDAY, and must be pre?
shipments ti the care of the Agents will bo for?
warded free of storage or commissions.
For Freight or Pa-.sage, apply to the Captains
on board, or to
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a.ugs-2_No. 177 East Bay.
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Captain L. M. Coxetter, will leave f^lirfMi
Charleston everv 1 ?B^DAY EVENING, at hau paat 8
O'Clock, for SA\ J?NAH, FERNANDINA, JAUK
SONV1LLK. PAI.ATKA AND ALL LANDINGS
?^?TTS???in leave PALATKA
THURSDAY NIGHT. SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORN?
ING, arnvlvlug here same afternoon.
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Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
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