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Marloo Lodge, L 0. 0. F., at 8 P. M.
Irish Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sale? Thia Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at bia
store, household furniture, &c
Miles Drake will sell tit 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes and huts.
Thb ra?ge ol the thermometer yesterday,
at the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side ol Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 85; 10 A. M., 88; 12 M., 86; 2. P. M., 87;
4 P. M., 87; 6 P. M., 85; 8 P. M.. 84.
Monday Force, applied lor lodgings, dis.
charged. William Jones, drunk and disorder?
ly, two dollars or twenty days.
Trial Jastice Courts.
Richard Taylor was carried before Trial Jus?
tice A. M. Mackey, yesterday, for having as?
saulted his wile with a hatchet. Sentence,
fifteen dollars or thirty days in Jail. He paid
up, and waa subsequently rearrested for re?
turning to bis home and Hslng threatening
language towards tbe Inmates.
Robert Williams was convicted ef assault
and battery by Trial Justice John G. Mackey,
and sentenced to pay two dollars and costs,
or spend thirty days in jail.
Decisions by Judge Graham.
Judge Graham has decided, In tho case ol
Earle against Earle, (suit to ascertain whether
a widow can claim a dower and a homestead
oct of the same estate,) that the virtow 13
legally entitled to boih.
In the cross suits between the Hon. J. B.
Campbell and Messrs. John Fraser <fc Co. the
judge bas decreed that the costs must be paid
by the firm.
LOCAL LA COSICS.
The flag of Ute Cbainoer of Commerce and
those of the shipping In the dockB were dis?
played at half mast on Wednesday as a token
of respect for the memory of Mr. C. N. Hubert.
The Detective Office ls undergoing soit
Internal improvements, such as yellow-wash-1
lng and repainting.
A young man was accidentally struck in the
mouth with a bat yesterday uliernoon while j
playing base ball at the foot ol Broad street,
and badly cot. He was taken to the City Hos?
pital, where his wound was sewed up by the ^
physician lu charge, after which he proceeded
to his home.
The till of Mr. Bulwlnkle, a grocer at the
corner of Queen and Mazyck streets, was
robbed abont one o'clock yesterday of several
dollars la currency, by Nassau Grant and Rob?
ert Llde, two proficients well known at the
Detective office. They had not been captured
at last accounts.
AS ASPIRATION' ABOUT TO BE RE?
TO THE EDITOR OF TBE NEWS,
On the 28th day of November, 1870, Gover?
nor Scott sent Into the General Assembly a
message. In which the following extract ap
pears: "If I could close my term, knowing that
my efforts had been successful In making all
men feel once more that they have a common
Interest In the reputation and prosperity of the
State, I should rest content with myself and
thankful to the God of Peace, who used me as
bis Instrument. "
Yes, we think, after reading Cardozo's,
Parker's and his own letters, that he has been
an instrument in making people feel that it is
abont time that their common interest was
looked after, and that, too, ia a way that
would cot bring much contentment to his
weary soul, and a little different from his God
of Peace Intended. Our Idea of prosperity to
the State would be to make him and the
rest re timm large part of the common interest
they took from tbe people he desires to unite,
and that would give us a start towards that
kind of prosperity that South Carolina needs;
and the best way to do lt Is to help THE NEWS'
Idea of the last few days-force the Ring into
the Courts, Scott, Parker, Cardozo, und the
Innocent but honest Klmpton. A VICTIM
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued this morning. Made
np with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, lt forms, with
tbe business card of tbe 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 half cents per copy; single copies
THE FIRST NEW CAROLINA BICE.-The
earliest receipt of new Carolina rico this sen
eon took place here yesterday by the arrival of |
tbe sloop George Washington, Captain Kelly,
from the Grimball plantation, on Pon-Pon
River, with four hundred bushels new rough
rice, consigned to Messrs George Ingrabara &
Bon. This rice was raised by Andrew Deas,
a colored planter, who has an excellent crop,
and has succeeded ia getting the first to
A FLAGRANT OUTRAGE.-Mrs. McAllen, a
respectable lady of this city, and possessed of |
considerable property, was carried b??fore
Trial Justice L. I. Woolf ou Taesday last,
charged with a breach of the peace, which,
ene alleges, was uever committed. T?e Justice
aeoteoced her to pay twenty-five dollars and
costs, and oa her refusal to comply, seat her
to jail without allowing lime enough for the
production of security. Mrs. McAllen remained
la jail until after nightfall, wheo one of her
relatives bearing of her disagreeable situation
weat to the Jail and secured her release by
paying the floe and costs.
Mcsic ON THE BATTERT_White Point Gar?
den is a favorite resoitwlth Cbarlestonlans,
especially on Saturday evenings, and duriog
the summer there has been a general reirret
that the charms ol music were not added to
those of land and sea. This was brought to
the attention of Major Stevens, the post com?
mandant, a day or two ago, and that gentle?
man promptly and courteously gave his in?
structions to the Post Band to play on the Bat?
tery every Saturday, from five to seven o'clock
ld the afternoon. The first performance will
take place to morrow, wheo the Battery is sure
to be thronged.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT.-About elevea o'clock
yesterday morning, aa old negro man, Caemar
Baker,-lhe butlerof Mrs. William Adger, while
engaged ia washing the window glasses ia the
second story of that lady's residence, in Meet
lag street, lost bis balance and fell to the
brick pavement, below, severely bruising bis
forehead and body, and cuttlag the inaer side
of the left ankle. The cut has the appearance
ot one produced by a lractured bone. He was
takea up and carried indoors, where he re?
ceived every attention. Dr. Joseph Yates
was Immediately sent for, and after .an ex
amlHation pronounced his injuries of a serious
though not necessarily fatal uature. Ctesar ls
a very respectable colored man, aud hss been
lu the service of the family lor over lorly
THE NEW TOBK VEGETABLE AND
The Dally Bulletlu, of Wednesday, August
14, say3 :
Tbe demand ?"or potatoes continues but mod?
erate, and prices, though scarcely quotably
fower, role in tavor of buyers. Oar^qaott
ilons for potatoes are ia bulk, in stopple
order 50c. per barrel mart be added, we
quote at$l 50a2, and early Goodrich and Jack?
son whites Si 25al 50. in vegetables there Is a
fair shipping demand from uear-by outof
Lown dealers, and a moderate trade with local
buyers, but the abundance and cheapness ot
Sn traits has a tendency to check the con?
nive Inquiry, and ^SS^
pretty low. We quote ?^nh^rn?a$3l. pdeJ
rm nu red: red onions, per bbl., t? w??, ao
Ponnectlcut. $2 50u3 per 100 ctrlngs; cucumb?
ersLOB?? island. 25C. per 100; squash, mar?
rowfat, per bbl., Slal 25; new turnips, ?al 60
per bbl. cabbages $8al I per 100; beets, Jersey.
$1 50- tomatoes. Long Wand, 50a75c per bas?
ket . e'??ir plant $2 50a3 per dozen.
Peaches arrive very freely, and the quality
ls generally better, but the prices continue
low. Sales were made this morning by the
car load at 50a75c per basket as they run.
Crates were bard to move, the price being
relatively cheaper than by the crate, and
buvers prefer packlDg their own crates lor
shipment. Apples are very dull and prices
nearly nominal. Pears pleuty but still slowly.
Plums tn moderate demand and about steady.
Nutmeg melonB are lower. Watermelons very
abundant and low. Grapes In moderate sup?
ply, and where in good order meet a ready
nate. We quote : New app'es26ca$2 50 per bbl.
Watermelons 2 50a35 per 100 tor Carolina, and
$6i20 per 100, Virginia, Delaware and Jersey.
Nutmeg melons '$2*2 25 r??r bbl. Pears,
common $2a3; do. Bell $3 50a4 50; do. Bart?
letts, per crate $2n4. Peaches-Delaware
$lal 50 per crate; 50a75c lor baskets, and
Jersey 30a50c per basket.
Hotel Arrival?- August 15.
L. IL Cornell. Georzetown; L. D Childi,
Frederick A. Sawyer, S. C.; O. P. Beed, Jack?
sonville, Fla:; L. H. Chatham, Vermonl; Jo?
seph Belslnger, Savannah; E. A. Holmes,
Vermont; P. L. 8. Verden, Delaware; T. S.
Hall, Florida; W. G. Brown, Wilmington, N.
C.; P. Glebelhousle, Savannah; W. T. J. 0.
Woodward, 8. C.; J. H. Tomllnson, New
B. T. Hazard, A. Morgan, Georgetown; W.
W. Bawls, Bldgeville; V. H. Stearn, Ken?
tucky; H. Homey, New York; T. 8. Browning,
Beaufort; P. M. Sprinkle, Southern Express
Company; E. 8. Homer, Camden, N. J.
PREVIOUS to removal to our new store, No.
275 King ftreet, we will ofTer great bargains
in all ot our goods. Jost received, a fine as?
sortment of Whit? Linen?, and a Ano assort?
ment of Bleached Longclotbs-all the favorite
brands at favorite figures. The best selection
ia Calicoes. Elegant stock of Dress Goods.
Ladies' and Gents' Underwear. Broadcloth In
all its branches. Towels, Damasks, Napkins,
?c.. Lace Shawls, Parasols, Gloves, Ribbons,
Corsets. Hosiery, the cheapest and best in
market, at FURCH?OTT, BENEDICT &, Co., No.
244 King street. augl5
TRAVELLERS' TKSTIMONY.-Thousands of ?
travellers by land and sea have vouched for Ibe
efficacy of Hostetler'a Stomach Bitters as a
preventive of the physical disturbances which
ordinarily arise from change of climate aud
the changes of diet, water, Ac, Incident to a
wandering life. Upon systems toned, In?
vigorated and regulated by this genial vege?
table antidoto trw external causes of debility
and diseases seem co produce little or no
effect. Forearmed with Hot tetter's Bitters |
the voyager may bid defiance to seasickness
and encounter the chilling fogs of the British
Isles, 'he coast winds of the Antilles, the icy
temperature of Northern Alaska, or the burn?
ing heat of the tropics with equal Impunity.
The effect of this admirable medicated stimu?
lant is greatly to Increase th? vital energy of |
the system, thereby enabling lt to resist and
repel the exciting causes of disease.
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. aprl9 mwf
BUILDING MATERIAL.-Aa extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?ic., are kept constantly
on hand oy Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pi nek ney street.
The above are all made ut 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 manufacturera. mcb8-fmwlyr
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
3ne quire of tine Note Paper and Envelopes
co match, (without initial,) also Penholder
ind Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES ANO LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, <fcc,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav?
ing orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act of the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE to each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon the label on
each boule or package. TUE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all auch labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
ENVELOPES.-A large stock of Envelopes al
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be primed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
LAWTERS can have their Briefs printed In
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS !-Louis Cohen
Jb Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
lust received, comprising the latest novelties
ind styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of Importation. A
call is respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN ?
Co., No. 248 King street. mayl6.
PICNIC AND EXCURSION PARTIES will CODSUI
Lheir interests by calling at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when priuted tickets or posters are
COTTON FACTORS in need of Market reports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
DRUGGISTS' LABELS AND WRAPPERS taste?
fully printed, with appropriate cuts, at New
York prices, at TUE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at GOc. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
?package, or three packages for25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
febl9-m _ _
VERT CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain
in? One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
[altlal Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
inly twenty-five cents, at Von SaDten's Ba
saar, No. 229 King street, next Academy o?
JlNJLNCJ.-?J. A.NJ} COMMERCIAL.
LIVERPOOL-Per British hark Georgiana-22,125
buiitik-fl arrow ties, to K Mure & co; 129 boxes tin
and 1 pipe oil. to rrenbolm A Son; BS pugs ma?
ch nery, 2 casks wine, 1& casks whl-key, to Or?
der; 7 pkgs machinery, to G ff williams A co; 98
crates earthenware, to Wm L Webb; 12 crate- of
earthenware, to Ka'.lroad Agent; loo caaes bottled
beer, to Benry Card; 86 casks nottied beer, to A
Tobias' Sons; 30 octaves gin, to Mordecai A c >; 6
pkgs hardware, to H<H A co; 1968 pots, 879 camp
ovens, 760 spiders, 2804 overs, 345 biscuit ovens,
CO skillets, 1 bflSKet. 7 casks and 1 case hurd wt re,
to J E Adger A co: 128 pois, 102 oven covers, 60
spiders and covers, to J R Agnew A Son.
Dux BL'RY. MASS-Per sehr Frank A Emily
118.550 feet lumber.
RALTIMORB-Per sehr Willie Luce-121,424 feet
BOSTON-Per sehr M M Pote-120,000 feet boards.
Exporta or tlie "Weelc ending August 15.
CORK AND A MAREBT-Per brig Henry and Lou?
ise- 200 bbls spirits turpem ?ne and 397 bbls rosin.
ST JOHN'S. N B-Per British brig Julia Hagley
152,232 feet timber, 24,608 feet boards, 157 nbis or
i oslo, 28 bbls spirits turpentine.
NEW YOKE-Per steamship South Carolina-308
baleH uplaud cotton, 13 tierces rico, 150 bales
domestics and goods. 50 csskH clay. 1269 WU na?
val store?. 12 bundles paper. 9S pkgs sundries ...
Per sehr Jonas Sud'h-2.7 bbl? "Pints turpentine.
26.'5 bbls rosin.... fer steamship Jas Adger-5 bags
sea i lund cotton, 80 ba^es opiaud cotton, M balea
dO'iiehtlcs an i goods, 130 tes rice, 51 casks clay,
502 bbl? naval 8iore?i, 150 pkgs sundries.
PHILADELPHIA-Per s'eamshtpJ w hverman
f5 twees rice, 112 bale? npland cotton. 65bales
domestics. 04 bundles caper, 9i3bbls naval ?totes,
128 ions old iron, 20,700 feet lumber, 25 packages
^BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-194 bales of
upland cot.t?.n. 37 tierces rice, 632 bbls rosin. 160
car axles. 36 Car wheels. 88.0UO feet lumber, 26
tolls leather, 4 bags wool, 2 bundles hides, >? hhd
tobacco. 20 packages sn-idrles.
PROVIDENCE, RI-Per sehr Battle-163,645 feet
WILMINGTON, DBL-Per sehr E 0 Rommel-460
tons ptHwpii it?- TOCK.
RICHMOND, VA-Per sehr Serene-135 tons phos?
The Charleston market.
TOR THE WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, AUGUST 15, 1872.
THE CROPS.-There were increasing reports of j
worms In some sections or the cotton belt, but
the amount of Injury yet rectlved from themis
nncertaln. The weather In this State has been
marked by seasonable rains, which have lm
pr ved the proape.t, which ls premising, unless a
continued wet Bpell should prevail. The appear?
ance of mst among the sea 1-land crop In this
vicinity ls announced.
j THE RBCBIPTS.-The arrivals at tho cotton
j ports for the wee* up to Friday last were 1178
bales against 2117 bales the week before and
9454 bales for the time last year. At
New Orleans the supplies were 232 bales in
contrast with 3214 bales for the pe-iud or the pi e
vlous year. The total receipts at the cotton ports
from September 1,1871, up io the latest dates were
2,712,792 bales, against 3,989 489 bales last j ear,
?how.ng a decrease of 1,276.697 bales. The
arrivals at the pi incl pal Southern markets
from September l, 1671, up to ihe latest tele?
graphic Intelligence as compared with the year
before, were as follows:
New Orleans, August 14.954.6U
Mobile, August 14.287,705
Savannah, August 14.44i,7b9
Charleston, August 14.268,567
(?alveston. August 14.190,697
Norfolk, August 14.273,717
Wilmington, August 14.61.992
Other ports, August 14.239,644
Total bales.2,712,792 3,989.489
Total decrease to date.1.276,697
The sopplies of cotton at the chief Southern
centres from Aug ist l to August 7, 1872, Inclu?
sive, as reported by telegraph, were aa follows:
Aug 8. 2.Aug 9. 45)
.*Ugl0.... 4.Aug 12. 34} 893
A og 13. 28.Aug 14. 780 I
For i ho corresponding week last year. 3,249
Aug 8. 7.AUg 9. 5?
Aug 10. 4.Aug 12. 16 V 39
Allgl3. 8.AOg 14.
Last year. 434
. Aug 8. 23.Aug 0.
Ang 10. 63.Aug 12. 61 ? 163
Aug 13. 4.Aug 14. 101
Last y ear. 748
Aug 8. 6.Aug 0. 147 1
AU/ 10. 46.Aug 12. 441 320
Aug 13. 60.Ang 14. 28)
La-.t year. 660
Aug 8. 19.Aug 9.
AtlglO. 62.AUg 12. 711 536
Ang 13. 114.Aug 14. 2801
Last year. 972
Ang 6. 27.AOg 9. 40]
AnglOr..... 60.Aug 12......... 163} 637
Ang 13. 162.AUg 14. 85)
Last y ear..*. 602
Ang 8. -.Aug 9. ?
Aug 10. -.AOg 12. ?
Ang 13. -.Aug 14.
Last y ear. 139
Total 1872.. 2,478
Total 1871. 6.704
The stock or the article In sight at the latest
nates was as follows:
Stock in Liverpool.bales.936,ooo 643.000
Stock In London.241 ooo 86 nts
Stock In Havre.259.000 89,500
Stock in Marseilles. 10.750 22,091
Stock In Bremen. 31.000 46,268
stock in Amsto'dam. 71,000 53,500
Stock In Antwerp.46,ooo 20.000
Stock In Barcelona. 05,o00 69,600
Atioat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican,). 16,000 62.000
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil,). 3,600 10.263
A float for Bremen (American 1. 3,460
Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
Total indian cotton afloat for
Stock lu United States ports. 80,663 134,426
Stock In the (uland towns. 6,703 14,734
Increase of stock in Mehr.. 241,639
The arrivals at this port r >r the week Just ter?
minated were - bags of ; sea Islands and Floridas
and ?io bales of upland", of which 115 were from
Mobile, against - bags of sea Islands and Flori?
das and 171 ba'es of uplands the week before,
and - bags of sea Islands and Floridas and 560
bales of uplands for the corresponding week the
year previous. These supplies came as follow?,
Bsy of uplands, per south Carolina Railroad, 301
bales; Northeastern Railroad, 14 bales; Savannah
and Charleston Railroad, 1 bale; Peedee, 2 bales;
Floridas, 1 bale; Santee, 1 bale, or sea islands -.
'i HE COTTON MARKET.-This staple during a
part of this period had an easier tendency, but,
became firmer, it he rates In the foreign market,
which commenced at lOd declined tn 9J?@9%d,
Improved to 9%@i0d for middling uplands. At
New York prices were at HX90XC, while at this
point tho ari lele was quiet and nominal, willi
limited transactions. The movements in the arti
cle nt Liverpool and New York for the time were
as follows : Ou Friday, August 0, the former
was Arm, uplands lod, sales 16,000 bales; the lat?
ter waa steady, uplands 21 Vc. sales 1775 bales.
On Saturday the former closed dull, uplands 10.1,
salet 10,000 bales; the latter was steady, uplands
21^?c, sales 1093 bales. On Monday the former I
waa elster, uplands 9J-id, sales 10,000 bales; the |
latter was dull ot 21Jfc, sales 775 bales. Oa Tues?
day the former was dull, uplands CviSDJid, sales
10,000 bales; the latter was easier, uplands 2l%c,
eales 1791 bales. On Wednesday the fo mer was
strong, uplands 9%@l0d, sales 15,000 bales; the
lifer was qa let at2i2?c, sales 1144 bales. Yea
terdsy the former was steady, uplands 9%@10d,
sales 16,000 bales; the latter wasstea'y at 21 & c.
The following wire the sales and prices in this
market for the p.tst week. On Friday, August 9,
the demand wus in a mod?r?t; way; Bales 113
bales, middling grades selling at lOJic and low
middling at 19c '?s lb; also. 1 bale new Flotida,
classed low middling, at 2lc V lb. On Saturday
a limited demand prevailed, bur factors were ask?
ing ratea above the views of purchasers; sales
only 8 bales; low middling at 19c ? lb. On Mon?
day the market was quiet and dull, with a sale
or 1 har; new Florid 1 uplands, gin cut at 18c # lb.
On Tuesday there was a moderate demand at
easier prices; sales 260 bales; low middling gradeB
selling at I8%c aDd middling at 19c $ Jh. On Wed?
nesday the inquiry was limited at rather firmer
rates; sales 175 bales; low middling grades selling
at 19c $ lb. Yesterday the market was quiet;
sales about 200 bales, among which were 76 at]
18%, 2 at loaud loi atiflsc 9 lb; low m
grades selling at loo, ar S middlings at ie v
SEA ISLAND OOTTON_.'here were no rea
this quality or the article, and the transi
were unimportant, tho sales being restrl
about 6 bags of common Floridas. The r
character of the Btock will prevent sales <
until the new crop commences to come fo
RICK.-The market has been quiet and w
a limited business doing In this grain. Ti:
supply of the old crop left In first hands
holders firm and ask full rates. The sales
about loo tierces or clean Carmina, among
were 3 tierces at 7%c. 30 at 7%c, 6 at 8X<
We quote caramon to fair at 7@7#c; goo<
8>ic fl ft. The first lof of the cew crop of
aua reached New Orleans on Friday last,
few bbls of fancy sold at 10>ic fl lb. Th
lot of new crop of Carolina rough rice, ci
lng of about 400 bnshelB from Pon-Pon
arrived last evening.
NAVAL STORKS.-There were good supp]
these articles coming forward, and the re
for the week were 1030 bbls. spirits turpe
4005 bbls. rosln^ and 160 bbls. crude turpe
The market exhibited a steady and rathe
character, with a limited stock and good in
The transactions for the week were abont t
lows: On Friday, August 9, there was i
demand; sales 125bbls. spirits turpentines
45c. fl gallon, as In packages; rosins-sal?
bbls. at $5 70 for extra pale, $5 for pale, $4
low pale, $3 75 for extra No. 1, $4 tor dull,
opaque, S3 25 for low Ko. 1, $312)i for low
and $3 for strained. On Saturday t here we
SB les leported. On Monday the sales of e
turpentine on Saturday and to-day were abo
bbls. at 44c. ft gallon; rosina were tl rm foi
grades, while floe qualities were quiet and
sales 600 bbls. at $8 ic@315 tor strained, $3
extra No. l, $4 &o tor low pale and (6 for
On Tuesday there was a moderate demand;
200 bbls. spirits at 44c ft gallon and abot
bbls. low grade rosin at $2@8 io ft bbj. On
nesday spirits turpentine was firm; eales abc
bbls. at 41c, bnt thia rate was refused ai
close; resins-good grades were easier, \
common kinds were Orm, with a light s
sales 600 bbls. at $5 60 tor extra pale, $4 :
pale. $4 25 tor low pale, $3 76 for extra No. 1.
for No 2 and $316 tor strained. Yesterdaj
stock was light with a Arm market, but t
were no sales reported. Crude turpentine
be quoted at $816 for virgin, $2 70 for yellow
and $180 tor hard.
HAT.-There were no arrivals of thia ari
and the salea were of a retail character.
CORN.-The reedpta were light, say about
bushels, by steam rrom Philadelphia. There
no wholesale transactions reported. Jobbing
of prime white may be quoted at $l@l 03 ft t
el, sacks included.
OATS.-The receipts wore 4000 bushels from
1 timo e, by ?-team. There were no wholesale tr
P*AS.-The market being with bnt little it
and with unimportant arrivals, the article le o
FLOUR.-There ls a good supply of most qi
ties of this article lo the hands of dealers, wi
moderate city and country demand. Nortti
and Western super may be quoted at $6 25@i
ft bb*, extra at $7 26@S 25 ft bbl, family at $
@9 60 ft bbl. Southern descriptions are in
btock, and super may be quoted at $6 26@6 7
bb), extra at $7 26@8 60 ? bbl, family at $P@I
bbl, and exira family at $10@U ft bbl. '
BACON.-The market has a limited stoct
prime meat, which ls held at Orm rates,
prime smoked shoulders may be quoted
s },'e ft lb, prime smoked clear rib sides at io
10%c fl lb, prime salted long clears at &\i
ft lb, clear rib at sji^xc ft lb, and sal
shoulders nomlnaL Otk quotations are for prl
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror this arti
maintains a quiet and steady character w
some Inquiry, sellers of domestic genen
asking abont 18c ft yard. We quote fl ya
gunny cloth - ; domestic Doable Anchor,
inches, may be quoted at -, Elephant at
Ludlow -, other branda aa in quality.
TIM BUR AND LUUBKB.-The market ls qa
We ? quote timber for milling pnrpo
from $6010. Shipping timber $10@16. Bru.
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, <
to size, from $18@22 V M by the cargo; lumi
per rall, $13?16; river lumber, $11@13; dresi
COFF KS.-The article ls In moderate reqne
Fair to prime Bio may be quoted Arm at 23@:
seo AK AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are moe
rate. Fair to fully fair Louisiana augar may
quoted at ox?vic fl ft, good to prime grocery e
gara may be qnoted at ll?i2c ft ft, fair to tro
Cuban io,v,.?>n\'c, fair to prime Demeraraa
HX@ 12c ft ft. New Orleans molasses, prli
in a jobbing way at - ft gallon. Onl
muscovado molasses may be quoted at 38c
hhda and 40c In bbls, and In a Jobbing way
40?42c; clayed at 33?35o in hhda. and 36
37c in bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 18?20c
hhds, and 22@26oin barrels.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock or th
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 30?3S
New York State, prime, 26@30o; medium 20?26
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels or Liverpool receive
direct may be qnoted at $l eo@l 70 ft soc!
Parcels or loo sacks from store sell at $i M '
IRON BANDBAND TIES for cotton, of the moi
approved patterns, are offered on the market i
sc ft ft.
FRRiGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct norn
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via Nei
York Kd on uplands, \d on sea islands; by sa
nominal on uplands, on sea Ulanda nominal
To Havre - on uplands. Coast wiso-to New York
bysteam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands
fl 60 fl tierce on rice, eoe ft bbl on rosin; by sall
- ft ft on cotton; - fl tierce on rice; 40o fl bb
on rosin ; $8 fl H on lamber; $10 fl Hon timber
To Boston, by sall, Xe fl ft on upland cotton
rosin 06c; re?awed stuff $io?$lo 60; phosphate
$6@S60. To Providence, by sall, $10 fl af on
boards, xe fl ft on cotton ; by steam $1 fl bale OE
New York ratea. To Philadelphia, by steam, KC
V ft on uplands; by sall, $8 ft M on boards: $0 6C
?io on timber; $s fl ton on clay, and $3@8 60-on
phosphates. To Baltimore bysteam, Xe ft ft
by sal), $8 50?7 ft If on boards; $8@8 60 on
timber; $3 25 fl ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demanl by our merchants to take tom?
ber rreightB from Georgetown, S. G., Darlen
and SatlUa Rlvor, Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and 10@12ft H are ratea on
umber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANOB.-The banks are purchas
lng sight checks on New York at par to X
premium; time bills nominal. They are Belling
sight checks x@X premium.
EXC?TANOS-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day waa 23Ji for so day bills.
GOLD-The brokers were yesterday buying at
UH and selling at 16?.
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from the Port of Charleston, from
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rai Coast w's t
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Rio de Janeiro
Comparative Exports or Cotton and Klee
from tlie Tort of Charleston, from Sep?
tember!, 1871, to Augnst 15. 1872.
S. I..Dp'd.i Rice
Other Br. Ports
rofl o. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe..
3. of Europe...
w. ladles, Ac
Total F. Ports..
Bait. A Nr'folk
90 2819 239? 71
8906,133313 j0959 '?460
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287 247 8474 .
301 118971 2618
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Stock of Cotton tn the interior Towna
at the Latest Dates.
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NOTB.-We nave ueuuciea irom New orleans
112,470 bales uplandB. from Mobile 3081 bales up
lanas; from Savannah 3130 bags sea leland and
2297 bales -,j>land, and from Charleston 3331 bags
sea island and 7638 bales upland cotton; also,
855 bales wrecked cotton from the coast of Floj
Ida-being the quantity received at thoBC ports
from Monile. Florida, Texas and Savannah
Charleston Wnoiesole Price?.
BAGGING, V yard
Dundee. - 9 .
Gunny Oiotla. 18 .
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2Jiihs. .
BALK Rora, V ?.- ^
Western. ? ^
BOTTBR- 3D @ 35
CS?yto-Good Ordinary.... ?? | -
arg?.ciM.d\RYn?::: ml m
Sea Island. w
C?FFBK, * ?.- . 23 @ jg
Rl?. !>? ra 28
Laguayra. 30 @ ..
Java. ou ia?
FS?naF3enlllzer, 2000 Iba.
OaBh.*8 00 @
Time (with 7 per cent, In?
terest). 60 00 @
Wando Fertilizer, cash. 60 00 (<u
Time.66 00 @
Double Re?ned Poudrette..... 30 00 ?
Nlies's Phospate.63 00 @
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas.... 85 00 @
Peruvian Guano,Guanape.... 76 00 @
Pacific Guano, 2000 ms.,-caah.. 46 00 @
Time.60 00 9
Phonix Guano. 47 60 @
Baugh's Pnosphate, ? 2000 tts.
casa.45 00 @
Rhodea'B Phoaphate, ? 2000
BB.06 W .
Rhodea's standard Manure,
($66time). 6000 ?
aa,no ?Te).85 oo @
Land Plaster. 13 oo ? 16 00
?eu's ammoDUted Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time). 80 00 <a
Russell Ooe'a Ammonlaten
Bone Superphosphate ($60
""ne).45 oo @
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 @
Bowen ? Mercer's Sup?ranos
m.?oo f ..
"llBie. 60 00 ?
Wilcox, QlbbB ft co.ig Manlpn
"lated.60 no. @
Stono Soluble Guano ($56 time) 60 oo ?
Stono Dlaaolved Phosphate
($30 time;. 26 00 &
Stono Pure oround Phosphate. 12 oo ?
Atlantlo Phosphate Go.. .cash. 48 oo @
Time, lree of Interest. 62 00 ?
Acid Phosphates.cash. 28 oo <a
Time, free of interest.31 oo @
Eureka Ammo, Bone Phos, cash 45 00 @
Time....'.60 oo ta
Middleton's Fish AID monia ted
Phosphate.cash.. 45 oo ?
Time.65 oo ?
Philipa's Oarrlbean sea Guano,
per ton of 2000 ms....cash. 60 oo @
1st November, per ton.... 66 oo ?
Mapes'a Superphosphate, ?
2000 ms. 45 oo @
Woolston's Phosphate or Lime 66 00 &
Woolston's Vegeiator, ft 2000
_ . 66 00 @
Oroasdale's Gen. Superphos
ph ate, neL. 60 00 @
Bowers's Complete Manure,
net.60 oo @
Sardy's Phosphate, Peruvian,
cash.66 oo ?
.sa rd y's Pa cl Qc Guano, cash.. 60 oo S
Patapsco Guano. 66 00 @
E. Frank Coe'a Ammoniac d
Bone Phosphate.cuab. 48 oo ?
Time.62 oo fl
Coe's Pure Diasol'd Hone, cash 60 00 ?
Time.55 oo @
Whann's superphosphate.eo oo @ 70 oo
Etlwan Guano.cash.. 65 00 ?
Time..".oo OJ ?
Etlwan Crop Poad.cash.. 40 00 ?
Time. 46 00 ?
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 35 00 ?
Time. 40 oo ? '..
FLOUR, fi bbl
Super. 6 25 ? 6 76
Northern and Western Extra. 7 oo @ 8 oo
Baltimore Extra. ?
Southern-S.iper. 6 26 ? 6 76
Extra. 7 00 @ 8 no
F?niUy. s 60 0 a oo
GRAIN, fi bushel
Maryland Oats. @
Western oats. @
Corn. 1 60 ? l 03
HAT, fl cwt
North River. ?
LUMBER, fl M feet
Clear Whl'e Pine, first quality. 60 oo @ 55 00
White Pine, good run.88 01 ? 40 00
Yellow Pine.20 00 ? 24 00
Boards, rough. ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 oo ? 22 co
MOLASSES, fl gallon- -
Cuba. 33 ? g
Muscovado. 39 ? bo
Sugar house. 23 ? 27
Mew Orleans. ?
NAVAL STORKS, fl bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 76 ?3
KOFlD, No. 1. 3 co ? ..
Rosin. No. 2. 3 26 ?
Ro m. No. 8. 3 16 ?
SSplritaTnrpentlne.fi gal.... 44 ?
Crude Turpentine, fl bbl. 2 70 ? 3 16
Hard Turpentine. 1 80 (j
oakum,fla. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d, ft keg .. @
Dup jut's, F. F. F. g. 6 00 ?
Uii pom's, F. F. F....'..-.. c 00 ?
Dupont's Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, ft lb
Bacon. Bama. 16 ? 17
Sides. 10,S?? lox
Shoulders. os soi
Strips. ? ...
Lard, In keg. ll ? Vi
Eggs. 20 ? 26
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 8 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 6 00 ? 6 60
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. ?
RICE, ft lb-Carolina. 07 ? 08x
East India. ?
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool, fine. ? ..
Seo AR. fl lb
Pono Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10K6? 12V
BEESWAX, fl lt. 38 ? 40
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON* August, 15.
Noon.-Consols 92%. Bonds 92V.
Evening_Bullion in the Bank of England de?
creased ?66.000 daring the past week. Consols
and Amerioan securities closed, unchanged.
NEW YORK, August 16.
Noon.-Freights quiet, ?rocks firmer. Gold
steady at 14 v. Money easy at 2. Exchange
long 8V; short 9%. Governments Billi steady.
State bonds dull and firm.
. Evening.-Freiguts active. Money easy at 2 to
3 on call. Exchange quiet and ateady at 8 vas V
Gold iaai6 v- Loans las for carrying. Govern
menta opened firm, aboat v above lastnlftht's
prices aud ateady during the day, closing firm at
opening prices. Eighty-ones 18; sixty-twos lex
Mxty-tlves 16K; new 16 v. states dall and heavy
Tennessee 74; now 73J?- Vlrglolaa 46; new 60V
CODS Us 50Ti; deferred 15 V- Louisiana* 62: m>w
45. Levee sixes and aixty-clghts 7u. Al?bame
eights 83; flvea 60. Georgia sixes 73; sevens 86,
North Carolinas 33; new 21. Special tax 12
Mouth Carolinas ?3; new 28 V; April aud Octobei
LIVERPOOL, August ie.
Noon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands svaiod
Later.-Cotton firm; eales 16,000 bales; specula
tlou and export 3000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged.
NEW YORK, Aogust 16.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 632 bales; uplands
21V, Orleans ?Kc.
Evening.-Cotton easy; sales 2203 bales; mid?
dling npiands 2ivc Orleans 22*. Sales ol
futures to day 63oo bales, a? follows: Angnst 20 l.i
september 20 va20V; October 19 M6at9V; Novena
ber is vais v; December 18 9-i6al8V; January
BOSTON, Angus: 16.
Cotton, middlings 22vc; net receipts 89 bales:
gross 304; sales 200; stock 7509.
PHILADELPHIA, August 15.
Cotton quiet; middlings 21 vc.
BALTIMORE, August 16.
Cotton dull: middlings 2ivc: gross receipts
29 bales; exports coastwise 39; sates 93; stock
NORFOLK, Angnst 15.
Cotton quiet; low middling 20c; net receipts
lo bales; exports coastwise 120; se ek 304.
WILMINGTON, Angnst 16.
Cotton firm ; . middlings 20 vc ; stock 298.
SAVANNAH, August 15.
Cotton nominal; middlings 20c; net receipts ll
bales; exports coastwise 6; sales 10; atock 997.
AUGUSTA Angnst 16.
Cotton nominal; middlings iee; net receipts i
bale; sales 8.
MEMPHIS, August 16.
Cotton dull; middlings 21* eta; uet receipts 60
MOBILE, August 16.
Cotton, nothing doing; net receipts 2 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, August 16.
Cotton quiet and nominal; low middlings leva
19J4C; net receipts 9 bales; gross 9; sales 84;
atock 6821. . _
* GALVBSTOV, August 15.
".Cotton firm; good ordinary I9tfa20c; sales 180
bales; stock ii as.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, August 15.
Noon.- BreaUstaffs quiet, cumberland cut
. NEW YORK, August 15.
Noon.-Flour dall and declining. Wheat nomi?
nally lower, cor.i dull ana unchanged. Pork
quiet; mess $13 02ai3 76. Lard quiet; steam 8>ia
9V- Turpentine quiet at 62Vc Rosin steady
at $3 90 for strained.
Evening.-Southern flour leas active at $7 60a
g 75. common to fair extra $9 60ai2 75. Whiskey
firmer and more active, closing at 93c. Wheal la
2c lower; winter red Western $!60al80. Corn
without material cnange. Pork dull at $13 soa
13 75. Meas beef dall; extra mess $8al0. Lard
quiet at 8Va9>ic. Turpentine quiet.
ST. LOUIS, August 15.
Flour steady. Corn dall and drooping; No 2
mixed 36a37c. Whiskey closed lower at 91 cfs.
Pork firmer; email lots at $1360ai3 ttK*ll 76.
Bacon firm and advancing; shoulueia 7^a7>.c;
clear sides loaiovc Lani unchanged.
CINCINNATI, AUgaSt 16.
Flour steady for new at $7; stock of eld about
exhausted. Corn steady at 46a47c for old; new
73a75c Pork in fair demand and firm at $13 60.
L<rd firm; no winter stock offered; held nomi?
nally at 8vc for steam and 8asvc for kettle; som?
mer 8Vc. .shoulders steady at 7Vc; clear rib
sides sold at 9 vc. Whiskey quiet and weak at
Stead Brothers' Sea Island Cotton Mar?
LIVERPOOL, August 2, 1872.
There continu?e to be a very limited demand
for sea island, aud the few sales made this week
show a further decline of abont 2d per lb. An
attempt, waa made on Friday last to revive the
old practice of Belling sea Island by auction, which
proved to be a compl?te failure, scarcely any
havers attended the sale, and. although about 30J
bagi were offered only about 30 were disposed of,
chiefly after the auction. The business of the
week amounts only to 80 bags, Including 70 from
28d to 38d. 2 at 45d, and 10 bags forwarded. Fady
half tbe sale* were In Texas cotton. The sales of
sea Island substitutes comprise 40 Tahiti from 16d
to 24d, 20 Laguayra from Sid to 24d, and io Peru?
vian at 28d.
yt cr York Rice Market. ..
NEW TOBE, Aogust 14.
The Dally Bulletin says : Carolinas are stronger
and Beling fairly. Foreign vranes are in mode?
rate request at fall prices. Sales of 1800 baga
Rangoon, in bond, at $3:2Xs3 35; 260 RangoonMP
6??a7>?c, loo bag? Patna at 7Xa8o, and 40 tlercetr
Carolina at 8Xa9??c.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW TORE. August 14.
The Dally Bulletin says : Receipts to-da? 3320
bbls rosin and 746 do spirits turpentine. Souita
turpentine has bien In fair demand at a trifle ad?
vance, ai d sales made of 260 obla at - 5ir, and 100
bbls at 62c fir Southern and 63c for Mew York
bbls. Rosin continues strong and a further ad?
vance asked, though the busimss done continues
light. Sales 15-1 bbls strained at $8 86, 200 bbls
pale at $6 26, and loo bbls pale at $J 76. At the
CIOHO $4 is the asking price for good strained,
and we understand $3 so has been bid. The mar?
ket 1B atm entirely bare of tar of all descriptions,
and values nominal. Pitch in fair jobbing request
and firm at $8 76.
WILMINGTON. Angnst H.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE - 'me market ras ad?
vanced >ic. The sales to-day weie 600 casks at
46C per gallon for Southern packages.
ROSIN.-The market for strained ls firm, and has
advanced 6c. The flier qualities show an ad?
vance of about 26c. The sales to-J ay embraced
2906 bbls at S3 26a3 30 for strained, J8 3sa387j?
for No. 2, $3 76 for low Nu. 1, $4 for No. 1, $4 60
for low pale, (6 for pale, and $6 75 for extra
CRUDS TURPENTINE.-Receipts and sales of 890
bbis at $2 so tor bard, (3 85 fur yellow dip and
$4 35 for virgin.
TAR.-Sales of 36 bbls at $4 per bbl. Market
Receipts per Railroad, August 15.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
ll bales cotton, 75 bales' goods, 49 bbls spirits
tnrpentlner2i4 bbls rosin and craae, 40 bbl? and
320 sacks of flour. To Railroad Agent. Kinsman
4 Howell. M Ooldemith A son, E H Frost A co,
Chapeau A co. WM den A Jones, O Foll?n A Sons,
Johnston, Crews & co, H mi wink!'-, W M Bird A
co, Bnrmeleter ic Ztrbsc, Qaackenbash, EstUl A
co, and others.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. ?y
14 bbls of crude and 76 bbls spirits terpentine,
661 bbls rosin, cars lamber, mdse, Ac. To Wm
M Bird & co, Wbtlden A Jooes, Kinsman A How?
ell, Barden A Parker. Do wie, Moise A Davis, E
Willing, Chapean A co. Clins L MbenrooJ, Pelzer,
Rogers & co, W K Ryan, Qaackenbaab, Estin 4
co, Order, and others.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
Mrs Rose, A Morgan, A o Trenholm. Mi s Craven,
John A Thomas, s B King, B nazaid, S R Cornell,
and three deck. . .
New Moon, 4"h. 4 hours 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, l2ih,12 hours, 33 minnies, mor'ng.
Full Mixm, 18th 8 horns, 34 minutes, evening,
(.oat Quarter, 26th, 8 hours, 16 minutes, evening.
R. A B?
CHARLESTON, 8. C.AUGUST 16, 1873.
un 32 deg 46 mia ss seo. | Lon79deg67ruin2Tseo?
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown. 26 bags
rice, 52,000 t-hingles, mdse aud sundries. To
Sbackelford Sc Kelly, James R Pringle A toa, Boll?
mann Bros, Fraser A Dill, and others.
Sehr ?eorge Waahlogton, Kelly, Pon Pon. 409
bushels new rice. To lngraham A Son. ; ,, ?
IN THE OFFING.
British bark Georgiana? Mann, Liverpool-35
day a. Assorted caigo. To Henry Card, Ooo A
Trenholm A Son. G W Williams A oo, W L Webb,
R Mure A co, Jas Lowndes, Jas Lowndes, ?J3 Ad
ger A co, KD Mare, J R Agnew A Son, Hart * co,
A Tobias's Sons. Mordecai A co, Railroad Agent,
Order and others.
OL NA H. ED YESTERDAY.
Sehr M M Pote, Roberts, fioaton-J A Enslow
Sehr Willie Lace, Talbot, Baltimore-Conen A
Sehr Frank A Emily, McOobb, Duxbury, Mass
Ooheu A Wella.
FROM THIS PORT.
Norwegian bark Draupner, Ingoldsen,at Lon-?
don, July 31.
Bru un nark Perseverance, Cook, at Bristol,
Eng. Joly 31.
Behr J H Stickney, Collinson, at Baltimore, 13th,
OP FOR THIS PORT.
Snip Nautilus Spencer, at Liverpool, July 8L
Sehr Anna E Glover, Dayton, at Boston, nth
CLEARED FOR THIS POUT.
Behr Irene E Messervey, Walnut, at Philadel?
phia, August io.
scar Lilly, Hughes, at New York, Angnst 18.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YOEE, Aug ant 16.
Arrived, steamship Australia.
The sohr Hattie, Mcclintock, prevlonaly report*
ed aa having sailed roi Providence, K I, bas re?
turned to port with loss of one anchor.
The Norwegian bark Christiana, Messel, 27 days
from Ba 1 River, S C, for London, was off Wight,
Eng, Joly 81.
The Robena, Doggett, from Bull Elver, S 0, was
off Plymouth, Eng, July 29.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer; ap.July 31
The Granton, Rowland, sailed.Joly 25
Sehr Anna E Glover, Dayton, ap.Angnst ll
NEW YOEE. g
Brig W H Parks, Dix, c.eared.Angustio ?J
Sehr A E Stevens, Montgomery, cl'd....August 0
Sehr J Randolph, Jones, cleared.. >.Augast 9
Sehr S L Davis, Bishop, cleared.August 1
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, up.August 1
Sehr Jarnet, TUton, cleared.August 6
Sehr Gay R Phelps, Shalor, up.Aogust 12
Sehr Irene E Messervey, Walnut, cl'd.. .August 10
ScbrMatoaka, Fooks, cleared.Aogust e
List of Shipping
IN THE PORT OF CHARLESTON, AUGUST 16.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Ad ger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
Gulf aireara, - tons, Hanter, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Cour?
Sea Gull. 010 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P C. Trenholm.
Architect, (Br,) - tons, Doddridge, at Marshall's f
wharf, for a Port In Great Britain, loadlng-?R
Mure A co. i
Ada Carter, 440 tons, Nichols, In Ashley River, S
Tor Boston, loading-A J Creighton. 5
Georgiana, (Br.) 660 tona. Mann, off the Put, from
Liverpool, Just ant ved-Henry Card.
Julia Ltngley, (Br,) 290 rons, Pratt, In Ashley
Blver, for St John's, N B, ready-A J Creigh?
Henry A Louise, 376 tons, Hand, In the Stream. Sj
fur Glasgow, ready-D McPherson.
Frank A Emily, 135 tons. McCobb, lo the Stream, ^
for Rockport Me, ready-Cohen A Wells.
M M Pote, 160 ton?, Kooerrs, lu Ashley River, I
for Boston, loading-J A Easlow A co.
Willie Luce, 13i tons, Talbot, tn the Stream, for
Baltimore, ready-Cohen A Wella.
Jonas Smith, '251 tous. Hodgkinson,In th" Stream.
for New York, ready-noach * Monett.
Davtd Sickels, 205 toos, wyman In Ashley River,
for Teunant'a Haib;r, Me, loading-H F Buker
Louis Ehrman, - tons, Fooks, at Robb's wharf, f
for Baltimore, loading-street Bros A co. ?
Battle, 170 tons, McClln tock, la the stream, for 1
Providence, ready-Cohen A Wella.
By UP, 166 tons, Babb, at brown A co's whatf,
from Rockport, Me, discharging-Cohen A
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