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O ?T? AFFAIRS.
OUR ANNUAL COMMERCIAL REVIEW.
In oar issue of Monday next, the 2d of
September, we sh ali print our usual annual
review of tbe trade and business of Charles?
ton for the commercial year now drawing
to a close. The exhibit has been prepared
with great care, and will challenge com?
parison, as to completeness and statistical
value, with any similar review ever issued
in Charleston. Several features of ?or com?
merce which have heretofore had scant no?
tice, or been overlooked altogether, will
receive the attention that their increasing
importan ce de tn an da..
The annual reviews of THE NEWS have
always a very wide extra circnlation arnon
planters, country dealers and correspond
ente, to whom they are sent by city factors
and merchants ; and the opportunity afforded
to advertisers to extend their business an
Doaocementa in THE NEWS of Monday next
will, therefore, be an unusually advantageous
Commercial bousea wishing copies of the
Review io letter sheet form, with their basi
ness cards printed at the head, should send
in their orders at once.
Meetings This Du y.
Marlon Lodge, L 0. 0. P., at 8 P. M.
Anet ion Suies This Day.
William McKay will sell at 10, o'clock, at bis
store, horse, wagon, furniture, ?fcc.
'Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, athis
store, boots, shoes, hats, ftc.
ANOTHER CHARLESTON STEAMER.
? pieasur* and Trial Trip of thc New
Georgetown (Meant Packst, the Reil
This fine steamer went on an excursion
around the harbor yesterday afternoon, carry
log a large number of gentlemen Invited by
the agents, Messrs. Schackelford & Kelly, to
witness her speed and Inspect her acoommo
dation? i The Reliance waa built at George?
town, 8. C., during the present summer, for
Mr. A, Morgan, the veteran Georgetown mer?
chant, bj a shipbuilder named Walker, under
the supervision ot Mr. Morgan. She ls one
hundred and fifty feet long, over all, by forty
nine feet beam, draws from, three to seven
feet of water, aud has a carrying oapaclty ot
sixteen hundred biles o? cotton. She con?
tains two one hundred horse power high
pressure engines, with twenty mob cylinders
and tlx foot stroke of pistons. Her average
spaed ls eight to ten miles per hour. Her en?
gines were built at the Phoenix Iron Works,
Messrs. John F. Taylor St Co., of this city, and
were designed and supervised by Mr. E. M.
Troth, the junior member of the firm. As a
portent o? the success In store for the Bel i ance,
her'engines have been named after the candi?
dates who are destined io be the next Presi?
dent and Vice-President of the United States
.-Horace Greeley and B. Gratz Brown. The
passenger -accommodations of the Reliance
are all above deck, consisting ot one long
saloon, with state rooms on each side, and
door at either end. opening upon the deck
She had been towed to this city for her ma
cninery, and having received lt, made her first
trips to Georgetown about a week ago, re
taming to Charleston on Tuesday last,
making the - trip, eighty-two miles,
In eight running hoars. Her officers are
captain, G. H. Hopkins; mate, William C
White, and engineer, Joseph Johnson. The
Beilance was built expressly tor the traine be?
tween Charleston and the Peedee country, and
will leave tor her next trip to Georgetown on
Saturday afternoon. Yesterday afternoon she
toft Middle Atlantic wharf at half-past four
o'clock and steamed around the harbor for
several boars. An abundant supply of re
freshments had been provided, and the officers
and the agents received many hearty con
gratalatlons and manifestations of good will
from their friends. The steamer returned to
the ci;y about seven o'clock ia the evening.
- \? -* v 'J rr-rri-*?~-r
BOARD.-Good board with pleasant rooms,
famished or anforulshed, may be obtained st
No. 71 Broad street. Tbe terms will be ibu no
CHDBOH ELECTION-.-Mr. A. C. Kaufman has
been elected by the vestry ol Christ Church
(Rutledge avenue) assistant secretary of the
"Brotherhood o? the Protestant Episcopal
Church In the Diocese ot South Carolina."
ILLNTSS OP JUBUK WABOLAW_We regret
to learn from the Abbeville Medium that the
Hon. D. L. Wardlaw was struck with paralysis
of the right arm and leg on Monday last. The
disease ls only partial, and strong hopes are
entertained of the Judge's speedy .recovery.
THK BORAL CAROLINIAN, the best agricultu?
ral magazine ia the South, holds its own with?
out any diminution In the variety or interest
of Its contents. The September number was
published yesterday by the proprietors, Messrs.
Walker, Ev.- ns A Cogswell and D. Wyatt Aiken.
Tan Boer AND CATRRPILLAR.-A trust?
worthy gentleman who arrived In this elly
from Barnwell Village, on Wednesday after?
noon, reported the cotton crops In that vicini?
ty aa seriously Injured by rust. Almost every
field had been attacked, and the plants were
casting fruits and flowers at an alarming rate
The caterpillar had also appeared on several
plantations. It was Impossible at that time to
estimate the damage done by the rust.
PROLIFIC COTTON.-There was on exhibition
yesterday, at the office or Messrs. E. H. Frost
A Co., factors, Ad ger's wharves, a cotton
stalk about four feet lu length, having on it
.boat one hundred nearly-matured bolls.
This fruitful growth was from the farm of Mr.
B 0'Neale, Jr., near Colombia, S. C., and la a
striking evidence of the developing power ot
the cotton plant under practical and Intelli?
gent cultivation. It is certainly a curiosity In
the way of rich vegetation.
BONA WA Y ACCIDENT.-A horse attached to
an e jp:y dray took fright on Meeting street
near ??w Pavilion Hotel, yesterday afternoon,
and ran ap the street. At the corner of Hasel
street he took to the sidewalk, and scattered
the pedestrians in all directions. A little white
giri stood close to the wall of the Pavilion
Hotel paralyzed with fear, and narrowly
escaped being crushed by the inside wheel,
which paned not more than an Inch from her
body. A short distance above the outside
wheel struck the box of a tree, oo tbe edge of
the pavement, and partially demolished it.
The horse was finally brought to a halt by run?
ning the dray against a lamp-post, overturning
and smashing the lantern and putting the post
on a deplorable bender. The dray and horse
were noe materially Injured. They belonged
to a white drayman named Callahan.
Henry Schultz, drank and disorderly; one
dollar. James Bradley, disorderly and fight?
ing; one dollar. Charles Bentham, disorderly
and assaulting his father; two dollars and a
peace bond. A cow at large; one dollar.
Trial Justices' Courts.
J. D. Myers was examined yesterday by
Trial Justice Shchroder on a charge ol pur?
chasing a portion of the cigars recently sto
len from Mr. B. Schur. He was bound over
to appear lor trial at the next term ot the
Charles Bentham, one of the negroes who
contributed to the disturbance before the City
Hall on Wednesday evening, by striking his
father, was bound over by Trial Justice John
G. Mackey to keep the peace. '
-Jane E. Mevany, of No. S Jasper court,
warns the credulous against any appeals for
charity In her name. #
-Mr. E. C. Logan, editor and proprietor of
the Kingstree Star, ls staying at the Pavilion
-The city was visited yesterday with a
series of copious and cooling showers, accom?
panied by thunder and lightning.
-The admonition contained In yesterday's
NEWS for drummers who persist in violating
the city license law, brought several of that
fraternity to a realization of their dangerous
position, and Induced them to take out licenses
-The Begalla Association of South Caro?
lina, the organization of which, for the pro?
motion of aquatic sports In this vicinity, was
noticed some days ago, is to meet al the
rooms of the Chamber of Commerce this
evening, at 8 P. M.
-A slight ruu-ofT occurred on the North-,
eastern Baliroad yesterday morning, at Flor?
ence, just alter the down passenger train had
left the depot. The train was running very
slowly at the time, and sustained no injury.
The damage to the track was quickly repaired,
and the train arrived In this city on lime.
THE SOLICITOR8HZP OE THE FIRST
TO THE EDITOR OP THE NEWS.
In order to correct the statements made In
your paper some days ago, 1 desire to say that
there ls no regular candidate for the solicitor
ship ot the First Circuit. The Courthouse
clique alone are responsible for the nomina?
tion of Mr. C. W. Buttz. They bad no author?
ity to nominate any one for the position of
solicitor. I am as much a regular nominee as
C. W. Bullz, notwithstanding the action and
influences brought to bear against me by the
aforesaid clique, as I believe, because I olalm
to be a respectable Republican. With the assis?
tance of the majority of Republicans I pro?
pose to avert so great a calamity as would be
entailed upon the county and State by tbe
election of an objectionable person to tbe
office of solicitor of the First Circuit
JOHN G. MACKEY.
Solicitor pro tempore First Circuit.
Hotel Arrlvau-laguit 99.
J. B. Albert, Baltimore; Balph Elliott, Sa?
vannah; J. Gross, Jr., Jacksonville; D. W.
Davis, C. H. Townsend, Boston; A. Dutenhop
?r, Savannah; E. G. Willingham, Allendale; 8.
Morty, Virginia; Edward Johnson, New Tork;
J. G. Thornton, wife and child, Florida.
S. Walton, John Nettles, Northeastern Ball
road; A. McB. Peoples, Dixie, S. C.; J. M
Commander, Florida; A. Weinberg, Darllng
?n; E. C. Clayton, ?steamship Liberty; T. 0.
Barnwell, Adams Bun; W. L. Smith, Bavan
lah; S. Brothers, Beevesvllle; Thomas Mor?
lan, Georgetown, B.C.; B. C. Logan, Klngs
xee, B.C.; B. T. Philips, Virginia; S. B. BOBS,
Corida; Dr. L. A. Childs, Marion; M. C. Brew- 1
ir, Northeastern Baliroad; S. B. Hobbs, Pe- 1
ersburg, Va.; H. Honman. Graham's Cross
HEAVY RECEIPTS OF THC STAPLE FROM FLOR- j
DA.-The Savannah Republican, of Thursday,
New cotton is now coming In freely from all ?
lections. The largest arrivals lor any one day
rom Florida was eleven bales upland, recelv
sd yesterday by Messrs. Joseph Finnegan A
3o. This lot was the first shipment made by 1
in enterprising young planter in Madison
bounty, Florida, who attributes his early cot?
on to an extensive use of fertilizers, while bis
lelgbbors dealt lightly In the article.
Tas SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY.-The real- ,
lents ot Sullivan's Island and Mount Pleasant ,
ixpressed much gratification at the return to i
he line tyesterday morning of the steamer <
'ocosio, which was disabled several days ago i
nd had to be laid up until repaired. The
teamer Planter was first chartered to take *
be Pocoslo's place; but she left Cuarleston for '
leorgetown ot. her regular trip alter running (
m the line one day. The Ferry Company 1
vere then compelled, as a last resort, to '
harter tbe Benneltsvtlle, which was put on j
he line at au infinite cost to the patience of
he passengers, this boat succeeded more ,
han once lu making the trip (rom tbe Island :
o the city In two houri*, and, lt ls said, on
me occasion reached as high as three hours
rom wharf to wharf. The regular trips have
low been resumed, and will be continued
mill further notice.
WK INVITE attention to the sale advertised <
n another column of valuable Lots near I
fount Pleasant, bel?g a part of the well
mown "Greenwich Mills" property. The
ocaiiou aud nature of the property rend?is lt
t desirable invest mont either for the capital 1st
ir the larmer. The sale will positively take
?Lace as advertised on Tuesday, September 3d.
aug30 flu2 1
SHIPPERS are requested .to notice adver- J
Isement of the Edlsto boat In another column, i
HELP NATURE TO BALLT.-After m attack J
>f rever or other acute disease bas passed off <
.nd nature ls endeavoring to rally the debil!- 1
ated system, help the effort with the standard j
vegetable tonio of the age, Hostetter's Stomach j
litters. Nothing known to the physician or j
he pharmacopolist expedites convalescence <
Ike tbis vitalizing InvigoranL Persons who j
lave been prostrated by long continued slck
10BB recover their lost fl? sh, strength and
meerfulness in less than half the time that
vould be required to recuperate wilbout iL 1
[t ls the most genial aa well as the most harm- j
ess of medicated stimulants, and as a remedy
'or (as well as a preventive of) dyspepsia, bil- j
ons attacks, constipation, nervous diseases,
kc, bas no equal In the world. When all ,
>ther tonics have failed this effects a cure.
SP?CIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re- i
delved one thousand boxes, each containing
me quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
o match, (without initial,) also Penholder
md Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
JanSf ._ i
MARK YOU ? CLOTHING 1-Order your stencil
'lates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
fews Boom. octla-th
JUST RECEIVED at Furchgott, Benedict A
Co., No. 244? King street, 25 pieces Black
Alpaca only 60 cents, worth 65 cents; 2
pieces Black Bilk only $1 75, worth $2 50; 2
pieces Black Silk only $2 25, worth S3. aug20
PREVIOUS to removal to our new store, No.
275 King street, we will offer great bargains
in all ol our goods. Just received, a fine as?
sortment of White Linens, and a flue assort?
ment of Bleached Longcloths-all the favorite
brands at favorite figures. The best selection
In Calicoes. Elegant stock of Dress Goods.
Ladles' and Gents' Underwear, broadcloth in
all ita branches, Towels, Damas -, Napkins,
Ac Lace Shawls, Parasols, Gio. ??, Ribbons,
Corsets. Hosiery, the cheapest and best in
marker, at FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No.
244 King street. _ augl5
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HABEL STREET
COTTON FACTORS in need of Market Beports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
p ri COB._
LAWTERS can have their Brlels printed in
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
JOB OFFICE. _ _
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne atreet 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, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
PIONIO AND EXCURSION PABTIBS will consul
their interests by calling at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when printed tickets or posters are
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act of the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE io each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon the label on
each bottle or package. THE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can bave
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, Ac,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav
ng orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
ENVELOPES.-A large stock ol Envelopes al
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
RYffAKD-ViOKELL.-In Abbeville, August 18,
by the Kev. Joel Townsend, Mr JOHN WESLEY
RTKARD to Miss MATILDA B. YEKEM..
KENNEDY-WI DE HAN.-in Abbeville, August
27. by tbe Rev. J. 1. Bonner. Professor J. P. KEN
HEDY and Miss KATE P. WIDBMAN.
(.(?3131 MtCI A I. NEU it.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-107 bales
cotton, 26 tierces rice, 8 bags wool, 12 bois dried
fruit. 8 rolls leather, 65,ooo feet or lumber, 88 bbls
rosin, and euudrlea.
Vile charleston Cotton, Klee amil .taral
OPFICB CU A UL'.?aro M NEWS, )
THURSDAY WVESIKO, Aug lld 20, 1872 J
COTTON.-There was a limited demand prevail
ng for this staple, with rather a better tone to
the market. Sales about, 120 balda, viz: 29 at
IB>?, is at is, 7 at 19 w. so at 19>;, e at 20. we
Ordinary to good ordinary.18 01s si
Low mlddlii g.19 @
Strict middling.20 @
RICE.-The transactions were light salea 6
tierces or clean Carolina, at 8 xe ft tb. We quote
sommon to fair at 7@7Xi good -,j. jjaxe.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts were 249 bbls 0
spirits turpentine, 040 bbls rosin and 10 bbls
crude turpentine. Sales or roalna, all fine
grades, say mostly No 1 and extra No 1, abont 400
bois, at abont previous rates. Strained ls In
activa demand, but the nu rt et ts nearly bare,
and ls held, we learn, at ai out $3 so ft bbl.
spirits turpentine was quiet, and no siles re?
ported. Grade turpentine may be quoted at
|3 40 for virgin, (3 for yellow dip, subject te In
Bpeollon, and $1 60 for hard.
Paiienrs.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, non 1*
aal on aplanas, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, xdon uplands, \d on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal,
ro Havre-on uplands. Coast wise-to Now torn
Dy steam $2 on upland* and - on sea Islands;
ll H I Meroe in noe; eoe f? bbl on rosin;
ly sall KO f? & on cotton; - fl ttorce
m noe; soo ft barrel OD rosin: $8 fl M on
amoor; $10 fl M OD Umber. To Boston, by sail,
?ic fi te on nplaud cotton; rosin 86c; rosa wed
i tun* $10.910 60; phosphate $5@6 CO. To Prov I
lenoe, by sall flo ft M OD board?. Kc fi lb on
?iton; by steam fl fl bale on Now Turk ratos.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
?j sall, $8 lt M on boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8 ,
>er ton on clay, aud $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To 1
Saltlmore, by steam HO ft Kb by sall, $6 60?7 fl
? on boards; $8@8 60 on Umber; $8 26 fl
on on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de- 1
nand by our merchants to take lumber freights
rom Georgetown, S. ?., Danen aud Sauna River,
ia., and Jacksonville, Ela., to Northern ports,
md $l0(g>12 ft M are the rates n lumber and
. cards. j
ExouANaa.-storting so day bini SIM.
DOMESTIC Ex CHANO*.-The banka purchAse 1
ught chocks on New York ai par @ x premium,
ind sell at x@X premmlum. Outside they pur
chase at l-ie@* premium, and aell at 3-log* '
markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, August 29.
No n.-Consols 92X; new Uves 89X; Eries 41.
Evening-Conso.s and American aecuriiijs
NEW TORE, Angus: 29.
Noon. - Freights quiet. 8tocks dull. ?old
iteadv Lt 13; mono) Srm at 6 pi r cent. Ex
:hange, long, 8\; short. ?X. Govern men ta quiet
ind at ady. state bonds dall.
Evening-Freghis tn L verpo >1 Arm. Mar?
cel steady daring the greater part or the dar ar. 6
m call, bat c osed with business at 3a4 Prime
commercial paper 7Xa?. Exchange dull, with
?e il business ai about BJ;. Godl2%ai3. Elgnty
)nes 16K;sixiy twos 14^;sixty fours i4X;slxiy.
ives H"4'; new' itf. Tenoesaee alxcs 7SJ?; new
18X- Virginia sixes 47; new 61. Consola 61; de
'erred : 5X- Louisiana sixes 60; new 45. Levee
ilxes SO; eights 70. Alabama eights 82; fives
.8 Georgia sixes 70; sevens 85. North Carolinas
13; new:o; special tax 13. South Carolinas 62;
?ew 24X; April and October 23.
LIVERPOOL, August 29.
Noon -Cotton opened steauy; uplands 9%aiod;
J rican 3 10 v'
LauT.-Gorton quift and steady; tales 12,000
sales ; speculation and export 8 00.
Evenli.g- Cotton closed quint and steady; up?
lands :od, orleans lOXd; sales 12.000 bales; specu?
lation and export 300c.
Nsw YORE. August 29.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; salea 208 balea; uplands
21 Xe; Orleans ir2v4'.\
Evening.-Cotton firm; sates 1400 bale?; up
landa 2 : Xe; Orleana 22X- Sales or cotton futures
to day 16.500 bales, as foliowa : september 19Xa
W; October 18J?419X; Novrm "er 18Xai8X; De
aarnbar ISMaUMi January 18X; February l8Xa
BOSTON, August 29.
Cotton quiet; mldd.lnf-s 22Xc; gross recelpta 13
bale*; sales 200; stock 8000. F
PHILADELPHIA, AUKU8t 29
Cotton quiet; middlings 2lXc ?U*U81
BALTIMORE, August 29
Cotton dall; middlings 21*0; exports coastwise
81 bales; sales 316; last evening son; stock 652
NORFOLK, August 29
Ootton quiet: low mlddllnga 200; net receinta
15 bales; stock 2?9. 1 T?"PT
WILMINGTON. August 29
Ootton Arm; middlings 20c; stock203?
AUGUSTA, August cs
Cotton duli and nominal; middlings lbJ?alOcj
net receipts ?8 bales; sales 23.
SAVANNAH, August 20.
Cotton better-and In good demand; middlings
lBKc; net receipts 63 bales; sales ll&; stock 671.
MEMPHIS, AUgUBt 29.
Cotton dull; middlings 21tfa2l>ic; net receipts
233 bales; stock 2186.
MOBILE, August 29.
Cotton doll and nominal; middlings 20c; net
receipts 36 bales; gross49; atocK 008.
Kaw ORLBANS, August 29.
Cotton flrm and in fair demand; middlings
20XB20Jic; net receipts HO balea; gross 149; ex?
porta coastwise 720; sales 123; FtocK 6376.
GALVESTON. August 29.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 17al7*c; net
receipts 316 balea; stock 9601.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, August 29.
Neon.-Tallow 46sa46s 31. BreadstnflB quiet.
Nsw YORK, August ?9.
Noon.-Flour firm. Wheat quiet and firm. Corn
dull and unchanged. Pork steady at $ual410.
Lard quiet-steam 8 ^a9>?'c. Turpentine in boy
era' favor at 60a6ic. Rosin firm at $4 loa4 12*
Evening-Flour, southern a shade Armer with?
out decid cd change In price. Whiskey more ac?
tive at 93sQ3>,'c. Wheat qnlet and firm, with a
fair export and home trade demand at $l 60al 62
for, winter red Western. Corn a shade lower and
in ralr export and home trade demand ar. ciaojc
for steam Western mixed. Pork quiet and
steady at $14 Tor meas. Beef quiet at $6a7 for
plain nus?. Lard doll ut B >,'a9,'?c. Turpentine
ID buyers favor at60a61c. Rosin firm, $t I0a4 ia,1;.
Tallaw qnlet at 8c.
BALTIMORE, August 29.
Fie ur Armer, not quotably higher and fairly ac?
tive. Wheat firm and unchanged, corn qmet;
wid e Southern 66a6i*; yellow southern 64. Rye
firm at 75a80. Provisions qnlet. Pork, bulk
meats, bacon and bama quiet and unchanged.
Lard dull. Western butler unchanged. Whlsicey
firm, aalea of 300 bbla at 92*.
i ST. Louis. August 29.
Floor unchanged. Corn unchanged; No 2 36
Whiskey dull at 80a90. Pork quiet and steady.
Bacon and lard unchanged.
CINCINNATI, August 29;
Flour in fair demand and higher at $7a7 76.
Corn steady at 45a46c. Polk-demand light and
holders firm at sis 76. Lard In fair demand and
firm held at 3a8*c; kettle salable at 8a8*c. Ba?
con qnlet and firm. Whlaket firm at noe.
WILMINGTON, August 29.
Spirits turpentine firm at 44*c. Rosin firm at
S3 60 for strained, ji for No. 1. Crude turpentine
steady at $2 60 for hard, S3 86 for yellow dip, $4 36
for virgin. Tar steady at S4.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
SUMTER, August 27.
Receipts have been light since oar Uat report.
Only about io bales have been ? old. 1 he market
ls quiet, with bat little chang* In prices, we
quote: Ordinary iee, good ordinary 17xe. low
middling lsxc, middling 18*0, attlee middling
ABBEVILLE, A ngust 28,
Conon is quoted at I6al7c.
SPARTAN BURO, August 27.
Cotton oommanda I7*c,
NEWBERRY, Aogast 27.
Cotton ls selling at 17c.
MACON, August 27.
Market mach more brisk than tor many wteka
paat. Ruling price 18*c. Receipts 4; aalea 12;
WILMINGTON. Angus' 28.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-sales ot 330 casks (city
distil ed) at 46 cents, .380 casks at 4i cents, and 60
easts ut MM cents per gallon for Southern pack?
ages. Market closed dnll at 44* cents.
RO'iN.-sales of 1760 bois at $8 60 ror strained
and No. 2, S3 76 for low No. J, $4 for No. 1, $4 60
to ?4 62* for extra No. 1, and $6 60 for pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE -Sales of 448 bbla at $2 io
for hard, S3 86 for yellow dip and $4 35 for virgin.
TAR.-sales of 4ubDls at SI 05 ? bbl., and 177
Receipts by Railroad, August 39
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
116 balea cotton, los balee gooda, 82 bbla rosin
and erode, 18 bbla aplrlts turpentine, iso obis or
flonr, 2 ears stock. To Railroad ?gent, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, Murdaugh A Weekly, A s smith,
Mowry A Son, Chapean ico, UH Walter A co, K
B Frost- A co, Geo W wliliana A co, tv B Smith A
co, J N Robson, 0 Leibenrood, W P Dowling, A J
Salinas, J P Kiep, 0 Sah Im an, F D C Kracke. W H
Jones A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Tledeman,
Calder ? co, P c Trenholm, Goldsmith A Son, and
0 bales colton, 48 bbla crude and 68 bbls spir?
its or turpentine, 246 bbla rosin, io bbls tar, cars
lumber, mdse,. Ac To Whllden A Jones; Chaa
Leibenrood, Kinsman A Howell. Barden A Park?
er, W H Obafee A CO, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, T P
smith, S S Farrar, E H Frost A co, Mowry A SOD,
Fannlct A Tolbert, A J Salinas, Lanrey. Alexan?
der A co, Quaokenbuah, Eadu A co, P P Toale, E
Welling. Locke * Groning, D 0 Ebaogh, shackel
rora A Kelly, Bennett'* un-, Railroad Agent, Ur
uer, and others.
Per ateamer M 8 Allison, from Edlato, Enter
prise, Rockville, and Way Landines-Mrs E
carrol!, Dr T P MlkelL A M Whaley, P H Whaiey,
A S Bailey, B S Whaley, Wm Seabiouk, A H Wat?
son, Rov 0 PreatliB, W 0 Geraty, Y Schott, W H
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S c
Miss REasterlIog, Dr T P Bailey and wire, U G
Huger, M Wing, J W Tarbox, T Morgan, Maater T
Gogarty, D H Parker.
New Moon, 4th, 4 hours, 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th,12 hours, 83 minutes, mor'ng.
Full Moon, isth, 3 honra, 34 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 26th, 8 boura, io minutes, evening.
6..36 I 6..24
H. A fl.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.A???3T 30, 1873.
at 82 deg 40 min83 sec I Lon 79deg 67 mm27 ara
Sehr Hatoaka, Fooks, Baltimore, - dava. Corn
and mdse. To Street Broa A co, J Campeen A co.
Order, ll Rulwlnkie, Holmes A Calder, Railroad
Agent, O F Wieters. Tletjen A Luden, R Muller, J
H Graver A Bro, and others.
Steamer M S Allison, Togllo, Edla'o, Enterprise
and Way Landings. Mdse and sundries. To D
Msbct. J Mitchell, Dr A W Eckel A co, M UcGorty,
Kinsman Bro*, S A Woodside, S H Wilaou A Bro.
tl Bischoff A co. J Artman, Cunningham A Brown,
Klines, wittenberg A co, and others.
steamer Emilie, White, from Georgetown, S C.
26,000 shingles, mdse and sundries. To Shack
elford A Kelly, James R Pringle ? Son, Cameron,
Barkley A co, E H Fros: A co, B llraann Bros,
and ' tilers.
Boat from Cbrlat Church. 1 bag new sea island
cotton To Batden ? Parker.
Received from Ohlaolm'a MUL 02 tierces rice.
To J D Aiken A co.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Paul C
Steamship Sea Gall, Dutton, Baltimore,
behr iiyue, Baob, New York.
LIST. OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED ANDBAflJCD FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, sailed.August 23
The Granton, Rowland, sa Jed.July 26
The Cormorant. Hansen, sailed.August 12
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, np.....'.July 31
Brig M E Pennell, Plummer,cleared....August 22
Sehr AnnaE Glover, Dayton, cleared_august 13
Steamer Merccdlta, -, np.August 23
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, sailed.August 2s
Brig WU Parks, Dix.c.eared.August 10
Sehr J Randolph, Jones, cleared.August 9
Behr S L Davis, Bishop, cleared.August 1
Sehr J arne t, Tllton, cleared.August 6
Sohr Guy R Phelps, Snorter, cleared.... August 22
Sehr B N HawKlns, Wyatt, ap.August 13
Sehr E P Gildersleeve. Shirley, cl'd.August 16
Sehr?) Lawrence, Robinson, up.August ie
Sehr 0 A Bentley, Falkeoburg, cleat M.. August 26
Sehr Irene E Hesservey, Walnut, cl'd...August 10
Sehr J H Stickney, Collinson, sailed.4 neust 27
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A fl HHDS. SUGAR-HOUSE MOLASSES
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March 1.IS71. j
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KiNGSTRBE, S.e., December3!, 187?.
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Joly 12,1871. (
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