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~ CITY A F FAI R S.
Marlon Ledge. I. O. CF., at 8 P. M.
Marion Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
?Tagia Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Tn ls Day.
x 'A. Tobias' Sons will sell at ll o'clock, In
Union wharf stores, Deiaerara, Muscovado
and Porto Elco sugar?.
William McKay will sell at io o'clock, at his
store, inrnlture, carpets, ?c.
Hiles Dra.ke will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes, hats, ?bc.
The range of the thermometer yesterday,
at the drug Btore of Mr. Joseph Blackman,
on the south side ol Broad street, was as fol?
lows: 8 A. M., 79; 10 A. M., 82; 12 M., 85; 2 P.
M., 86; 4 P. M., 86; 6 P. M., 83; 8 P. M.. 80.
Bichard Simons, disorderly, discharged.
Isaao Washington, stealing iron from the
South Carolina Railroad Company, thirty
dayB, -Johnson, stealing Iron from the
South Carolina Railroad Company, thirty
days. A dog, at large, one dollar. The chief
of the fire department was ordered to Investi?
gate the cause of the fire which occurred yes?
terday morning at Walker, Evans & Cogs?
" Trial JimiceB' Courts.
Ann Yoong was examined yesterday, by
Trial Justice Levy, oa the charge of keeping
a disorderly house, and bound over to appear
for trial at the next term of the Criminal Court.
James Goodwin was carried before the same
justice, charged with entering a schooner,
while under the influence of liquor, and wan?
tonly breaking the dishes and other crockery
In the cabin. He was sentenced to pay ten
dollars and costs, or go to Jail for thirty days.
William ChlBolm was examined by Trial
Justice John G. Mackey on the charge of steal?
ing a diamond ring from J. D. Z moga. He
confessed the crime, and was committed for
trial at the next term of the Criminal Court,
He al se pretended to tell the detectives where
he had secreted the ring, but a Be arch devel?
oped the fact that he had endeavored to mis?
The following decisions were rendered In
the Supreme Court, lu Columbia, last Tues?
Blouse and Baxter, for another, vs. Simeon
Prat c. Motion granted, and a new trial order?
ed, 4c. Opinion by Moses, C. J.
J. P. Boyce vs. B. C. Shiver and Wm. Shi?
ver. Motion dlsmlBsed, &c Opinion by Moses,
G. J. - - . ?
CITY IM PR O TEM Elf TS.
A Mew Store on Market Street-im
proremcnta to the New German
The new store on the south side of Market
street, near Church, built by Mr. Frederick
Lucas, for Mr. A Langer, fruiterer, 1B Dearly
completed. The scaffolding on the front was
taken down a few days ago. The windows
and doora have square headings, and those on
the first floor are supplied with transom
lights. The building Is surmounted by a neat
pediment, In the centre of which is Mr. Laa?
ger's name, in gold letters on a black ground.
The whole front is covered with cream-colored
- cement. The Btore ls quite an ornament to
the street, and reflects credit upon the young
contractor by whom lt was built.
The temporary shutters which closed the
windows in the steeple of the new German
Church, on King street, have been removed,
?nd neat Venetian blinds are being put up In
their stead. When the blinds have been com?
pleted and painted they will greatly Improve
the appearance of the steeple. A new pave?
ment will soon be laid In front of the church
on the sidewalk, and the bricks necessary for j
that purpose are already upon the ground.
-The vacant lot on Eaet Bay, next north of J
the Postoffice, IB about to be levelled and cov?
ered with a layer of shelia as a vendue ground
for the accommodation of the city auctioneers,
that fraternity having been recently lorbldden
the use of the Postofflce at ep3 lor their aa'es.
The work was commenced yesterday by In?
spector Lucas. It would be a good idea for
the auctioneers to snbsorlbe among them?
selves and erect a suitable stand lor the criers.
- William Sanders, a white boy, was pain?
fully bitten on the tbioat by a bull dog In
George street yesterday.
-Two negroes had a light on South Bay
yesterday. One ot them seized the other's
ear between his teeth and mangled it hor?
-L. Gibbes requests us to say that he never |
authorized the use of his name which was
among the signatures to the letter offering
Captain SIgwald a nomination for sheriff.
-A branch telegraphic office of the South?
ern and Atlantic line has been established in
the vestibule of the Pavilion Hotel. It was
put In operation yesterday for the first time.
-The people of Edlsto" Island claim that a
mau answerlog to the description of one ot
the firm of Stabler & Co., who robbed the
Third National Bank of Baltimore a short time
ago, resided among them in 1869. He was
known by the euphonious title of Peppermint
-A murderous looking Insect about two
Inches long, olosely resembling a young lob?
ster with wings, Invaded this office last even?
ing among the swarm of ornithological bum?
mers who regularly pay us their nocturnal
Visits. He now adorns a window frame with
a spike through his body, "and yet he Is not
-"A Loser", writes to THE NEWS to say that |
"Dr." B. B. Hewitt, the peripatetic Galen,
who recently flourished here as the conqueror
ci all human ailments, and who varied the mo?
notony of his praciioe by aspirations for Gub?
ernatorial honors, has suddenly disappeared,
leaving a large and Interesting company ol
creditors in the vocative.
Hotel arrivais-September 3.
CHARLESTON HOTE E.
J. 0. French, Wilmington; J. A. Buchanan,
South Carolina; J. S. McNeill, Hardeevllle. E.
D. Pearsall, North Carolina; S. Slmklns, W. J.
Doyle, Florida; Geo. B. Solus, Rochester; W.
J. Egan, Baltimore; C. M?rmter, New York;
W. Drake, Londoo, steamship Merced ita; W.
H. Spicer, St. Helena; B. G. Thomas, Beaufort;
B. G. Gaillard, Savannah; J. D. Harden, C. and
8. Bailread; E. M. Speights, St. John's; E.
Freyer, Forestville; W. M. McNeill,- B. WU-1
Hams, LeesvUle; Wm. W. Bawls, Ridgeville;
O...C. Rhame, Oakley, John M. Fairly,
North carolina; J. A. Bavenel, South Carolina.
i">ftww?!Wt?r\Qeorgelown5 p- Leventhal,
Darlington; A. Lory ea, A Hyman, Miss A.
SBohS^ftE H. Stickland, Bobta?
^uueiuu; J. uvraam, eavanuah; WUUa w7?-th
?rs, Oolleton; S. A. Feldman, PnnZ?3*.J!?S
P. Antbony,'L.B. Smith, OrangefiZ j0nn
W. GaUlard, Florence; C. J, Macbeth' ohQ
TSE CITY WATER PROBLEM.
A Proposition to Restore ?nd Utilize
the Artesian Well-Detail* ot the Pro?
At the last meeting of the City Council a
proposition was submitted to that body by
certain gentlemen ol this city looting to fur?
nishing the city with a plentiful Bupply of pure
water upon a plan which is said to be not only
perfectly feasible, but extremely simple and
economical. The memorial represented that
that the Artesian Well, which was sunk at a
large expense to the city, and which ls now
yielding but a very insignificant return In
either money or water, might easily be util?
ized so as to furnish a complete water supply
to the city, and the memorialists requested a
conference with a committee of the Council to
arrange for the purchase of the well in order
to urect water works over lt, or for the re
moval, under a contract with the city, of the
I obstructlous at Its bottom which now prevent
I the flow of water. The subject was referred
j to the committee on artesian wells, and a
conference between that committee and the
memorialists will take placo in a few days.
THE ARTESIAN WELL,
as it now exists, 19 about one thousand three
hundred feet deep, and has a diameter of nine
inches at the surface and six inches at the
bottom. It is supposed lo be capable of spout?
ing about three hundred thousand gallons of
water dally, but only brings up about three
hundred gallons a day now or. account of an
obstruction lodged In or near the bottom ot
the pipe. This consists of a long iron bucket
with a steel breaker and some small pieces of
rod attached, and weighing altogether be?
tween five and six hundred pounds. It was
constructed and used in the course of some
previous operations on the well, when lt got
I fast in the pipe and was broken off by tho
' force ol the steam engine employed to pull lt
up to the surface. It is now supposed to be
lying transversely to the bore, in the sand, at
the bottom of the well, and a large quan?
tity of sand bas also gathered about it,
choking up the well for a distance of about
three hundred feet.
THE PROCESS OF RESTORATION.
It is evident that all that ls necessary to re?
store the well to Its full capacity is to remove
the three hundred feet of sand now in the
well, and either displace or destroy the ob?
struction at Its bottom. For this purpose it ls
proposed to employ two powerful and Ingenious
machines, one of them a steam pump, and the
other a sort of vacuum bucket running on a
rope over a large drum. The latter apparatus
consists of an iron bucket, six inches In diam?
eter and several feet long, wilh an ingenious
arrangement of valves, by means of which the
air will be forced ont ol it in Its rapid descent,
and the sand which it may meet forced into lt,
after which it ls to be hoisted up and automat?
ically dumped into the carts which will be In
walting. Tola machine will work very swiftly,
each descent and return of the bucket being
accomplished in about eight minutes. This is
the main device relied upon for removing the
Band, but in addition to lt the steam pump
will be kept constantly at work assisting In
THE STEAM POMP
proposed to be used ls one of the most pow?
erful ever manufactured, and ha? a capacity
ot two thousand gallons a minute, with a
9-lnch suction pipe. A pump of this pattern,
with a 19-inch pipe was employed by Oeneral
George W. Cullum, of the United States en
glneer corp in 1855, In dredging the bar In
Charleston harbor, and that officer apoke as
follows of Its capacliy: "The power of this
pump Is so groat that blicks, cannon balls,
roots, bits of wreck, parts of piles, concreted J
shells and sand, and even a boat grapnel
weighing thirty pounds have been readily
pumped up from the depth of twelve feet.
Several times one hundred and fifty cubic
yards have been excavated by it in less than
half an hour." The first object of this pump
will be to dispose of the obstruction In the
well, and this lt ls expected to accomplish by
causing such a powenul agitation of the sand
and water at the bottom o? the well as to churn
lt all up Into a semi-fluid mass, which can read?
ily and swiftly be brought up to the surface.
This will create a large cavity in the earth,
surrounding the bottom ot the pipe, Into
which the bucket and rods, which are now
causing all the obstruction, will sink ol their
own weight, and be lorever out of the way.
THE WATER WORKSr
With the well thus cleaned and the obstruc?
tion removed it ls claimed that a supply of |
water far exceeding all possible wants of the
city for several years may be obtained, ?nd
the arrangements for raising lt Into reservoirs
and distributing it through the city will be
perfectly simple. These consist, a9 now pro?
jected, of two water towers of brick and
masonry, of sufficient height to secure a good
head, Into which the water will be forced by
the pump above described, and whence lt will
be conveyed by pipes throughout the city and
into every house and room where lt may bo
needed. The first floors of theBe towers could
be used for the offices ot the water company,
the location of the well at the corner of
Meeting and Wentworth streets being a con?
venient und central one, and the building
would be so constructed as to be an ornament
as well aa a convenience lo the locality.
THE PROPOSITIONS TO BE M ADE
to the City Council are threefold. First it
will be proposed that, the city sell the proper?
ty to the gentlemen making ihe offer, upon
which they will obtain a charter and establish
the waterworks, or that the city lease the
property for ninety-nine years for the same
purpose and upon the same condition, or that
the city appropriate the sum of ten thousand
dollars for the expenses of restoring the well,
to be expended under the direction of the
proper municipal officers, and that the pro?
jectors of the Improvement shall ihen be paid
by the city In proportion to the success of
FATAL DROWNING ACCIDENT.-Last Tuesday
morning Captain Antoine Selvle, of the Bloop
Julia, plying on Cooper River, fell overboard
from the deck of his vessel whl le opposite
Strawberry Ferry, and before aid could reach
him he was drowned. Up to last evening bis
body had not been recovered. Captain Selvle
was a laltbful and industrious man, and pos?
sessed, In a marked degree, the confidence of |
the planters on the river, and of all with
whom he was connected in business. He
leaves a wife and one daughter to mourn his
A NATIONAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION.-A move?
ment waa Instituted in New York City, some
time ago, for the lormaiion of a National Pub?
lic Health Association, contemplating the Im?
provement of the public health by the com?
bined operation of physicians in the several
States, aud a committee was then appointed
to prepare and report a plan of organization.
The committee consisted of medical gentle?
men from various sections of the country,
and the State of South Carolina waa repre?
sented in Its organization by the name of Dr.
F. Peyre Porcher, of thia city. The committee
have now completed their report, and de?
cided to hold the next meeting of the associa?
tion nt Long Branch. N. J., on the 12th inst.,
at which meeting all physicians having an In?
terest in the objects of the organization are
invited to attend. ,
A, MT8TEBIOUS FIRE.
The Damage to fltiin, Walker, Evan? ,
di "Cogswell's Establishment- The
Origin of the Fire Unknown*
The damage to the establishment of Messrs. 1
Walker, Evans & Cogswell by the fire yeBter- !
day morning ls much larger than was at first
supposed. The flames originated and were
oonflned to the third floor of the East Bay
front, but they raged with great violence
there, and, the room being filled with expen?
sive machinery, the loss will be very heavy.
This was used as the press-room, and con?
tained two Hoe cylinder presses, three Gor?
don presses, one railway press, one single
medium Adams pres3 and one double-medi?
um Adams press. All of these machines are
badly damaged, and some of them are com?
pletely ruined, and can be Bold for nothing
more than old Iron. The wooden furniture
of this room waB also completely de?
stroyed, as were also the beltB, pre?s
rollers, paper, ko,, contained In the room.
The room above this is used as the bindery,
and the whole stock of paper and card-board
contained In it as well as the books and pam?
phlets In process of binding are all, more or
lesB, damaged by smoke. Just below the
press room ls a floor devoted to the storing of
paper and stationery of all kinds, and the con?
tents of this floor are badly damaged, princi?
pally by water. The loss will amount to ful I j
ten thousand dollars, and this sum does not
include the contingent damage that will be
sustained by the loss of time, failure ol exist?
ing contracts, &c. The firm yesterday tele?
graphed to New York for lour new Job presses,
(three Gordons and one Hoe,) tobe shipped
Immediately, and every exertion will be made
to proceed with the business with as little in?
terruption as possible.
The origin of the fire ls still a mystery. It
broke out at about ten minutes past one A. M.
In a room which was cleared by the workman
at six o'clock the previous evening, swept out
by the boys, and inspected at about seven
o'clock, just before the building was locked up
for the night. The fires had been put out In
the engine room (which ls remote from the
press room) many hours before, and no lights
Qr fire had been used lu the press room for
many months. The cotton waste used about
the presses was invariably kept lu barrels of
water, and all scraps and litter were swept up
from the floor every evening. The windows
and doors of tbe room were all found cloaed
when the firemen went In, and the; were all
whole and fully glazed. These circumstances
would seem to indicate that the fire was not
the result of accident or negligence, but still
the suspicion of Incendiarism does not seem
plausible, as no means was visible by which
the Incendiary could have entered or escaped,
and the proprietors have no Idea of any
person who would have had any possible
motive for such a deed.
A Card from Messrs. Walker, Evans &
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
SIR : We desire, lu this public manner, to
acknowledge our deep obligations to the Fire
Department and to our many friends for the
timely assistance rendered lu the fire of last
night. To the prompt alarm given, the
prompt arrival of the Fire Department, and
the hearty work of our other friends, we owe
the preservation of our establishment from
The principal obstacle now in our way is
th? injury to our press-room, butas we have
telegraphed for four new presses and have
put a large force to repair the old presses, we
hope in a reasonable time to be ready for
work In our press-room. Although the loss
to our stock lu other parts ol the building Is
serious, yet we are now ready to sell from our
store and execute orders In all departments
except the press-room.
During Friday we will notify our various
I customers who had rvork In our hands, ll we
should be unable to complete the same.
We owe it to the liberality of the various
representatives of the Insurance companies
in this city that we are enabled to repair our
damages at once, with no delay concerning
the adjustment o? the loss.
Yours very respectfully,
WALKER, EVANS & COGSWELL.
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Price's current, issued this morning. Made
up with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, lt forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
GENT'S COATS, VESTS AND PANTS dyed,
cleaned and renewed lu a No. 1 style at Otto
Sonntag's Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street,
near the Artesian Well. *
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
PICNIC AND EXCURSTON PARTIBS will cousul
thelr Interests by calllog at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when printed tickets or posters are
GREAT BARGAINS, to close consignments of
Dry and Fancy Goods, Clothing, ?c., will bo
o flo red at private sale during the remainder ot
this week, at Wm. McKay's, No. 45 Wentworth
street. Call and examine stock. Terms cash
or city acceptance. sep5-3
ME93R9. FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT it Co. notify
the public that on or about September 20th
they will remove to their new and elegant
building, No. 275 King street. Besides their
excellent stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, they
will make it a special department and lay iu
an entire new stock of all kinds of C?rpete.
Ingrain and Hemp Carpets, two and three-ply
Carpets, Venetian Floor and Stair Carpets,
Tapestry Ingrains, English Body and Tapestry
Brussels, Floor Oil Cloths, all widths; Bugs,
Mats and Matting, all at very low figures.
i NOTICE ro 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
eaoh 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.
THE BTOMACH AS AN AVENGER.-For every
breach of the laws ol health that we commit
the stomach inflicts a penalty. Headache,
biliousness, nervous tremors, constipation,
colic, heartburn, nausea, debility and mental
depression, are only a lew of the punishments
which an outraged stomach is capable ol Im?
posing upon us. To bring back this vengeful
organ to Its normal condition-to placate, in?
vigorate and regulate ir, there is nothing Irjr
the wide world BO potent as a course of Hos- :
letter's Bitters. Under the operation of this '
beneficent vegetable corrective and toDlc the ;
gasiric juice becomes a pure and healthful
solvent and resumes Us natural flow. The 1
effect is the same on the biliary secretion, (
and in fact on all the fluids ol the body, and
the final result ia the removal of every painful ,
or unpleasant symptom occasioned by the re- j
belllouB action ot the digestive organ. 1
JU HEWS! FJUUAI, DLrii
LAWYERS caa have their Brlels printed in
my style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, 4c,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by Ieav
ng orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without Initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
RUTLEDGE-H EY WA KD.-August 28rb, at Cal?
var? Church, Henderson County, N. O . by Rev. J.
O. Drayton, JAMES R. KUTLBDOK, Esq., to Mrs.
L0DI8A P. HKTWARD. all of charleston, S. 0. <"
A PORT IN GREAT BRITAIN-Per Br bark Archi?
tect-2685 bois roalo, 032 bbls spirits turpentine,
12,000 feet lnmber.
Exports of the Week ending Sept'ber ;
NEW YORE-Per steamship Georgia-1484 bales
upland cotton, io tes rice, 66 bales domestics and
good?, &2 casks clay, 1240 bbls naval stores, and
297 pkgs sundries.
The Charleston market?
ros THE WEEK INDINO THURSDAY, SEPT. 5, 1872.
THE CROPS -The intelligence in the past few
days has developed no special features In refer?
ence to tbe crops, except a confirmation of tbe
very great damage from mat and shedding. Tbe
Injury received by the crops have been suth as to
render lt probable that the only Increase in the
growth will be realized from the largo area, and
that the extraordinary promise of some weeks
back, has been to a great extent lost. The rice j
harvest ls progressing nnder favorable condi?
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
from tue Ls t to the 4th Inst., In elusive, ?ere 7212
bales, In contrast with 3750 bales for the period
last year. At New Orleans the supplies were 2148
bales, against ses bales for tbe corresponding j
time the year before. The total receipts at the j
principal Southern markets from Angnst 31,
1872, as compared with the year previous, were ?
aa follows: .
New Orleans, Sept. 4.2148 965
Mobile. Sept 4. 400 316
Savannah, Sept. 4.1403 436
Oharleston, Sept. 4.1000 164
Gal ve-ton, Sept. 4.li 39 481
Norfolk, Sept. 4.381 125
wilmington, Sept. 4. ll 63
Other ports, Sept. 4 . 225 1200
The dally arrivais at the chief Southern cotton
J centres from September 1 to September 4, 1872,
inclusive, as reported by telegraph, were as fol?
Sept. 2....1338.Sept. 8 .... 161) ".."
Sept 4.... 649. J *lw
For the corresponding week last year.... 963
Sept. 2.... 230.Sept. 3.... 387)
Sept. 4.... 92. J *UM
Last year. 3161
Sept. 2.... 427.....Sept. 8.... 127) 1iQQ
Sept. 4.... 945. J UW
Last year. 436 |
Sept. 2.... 307.Sept, 3.... 812) 1000
Sept. 4.... 881. . J 1000
La-.t year. 164 j
Srpt. 2.... 313.Sept. 3.... 726) ,,."
Kept. 4.... 600. J laav
Last year. 481
Sept, 2.... 215.Sept. 3.... 136)
sept. 4.... 3t. J .
LIM year. 125 j
Sept. 2.... 3.Sept. 3....-)
Sept. 4.... 8. ] 11
Last year. 63
Total 1372.. 6.9S7
Total 1871. 2,550
Stock of cotton In sight at the latest dates:
Stock in Liverpool.bales.891,000 eel.ooo
Stock m London.243.000 105 688
St ick In Havre.247.000 ' 74,710
st jck li. Marseilles. 19.760 20,918
stock in Bremen. 21,000 63,026
Stock In Amsterdam. 74,000 i-f.ooo
Stock In Antwerp. 46,000 19,000
Stock tn Barcelona. 66,000 70,000
i?oat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican,). 8,000 67,000
moat ror Havre (American
and Brazil,). 3,260 14,236
Afloat for Bremen (American). 3,460
Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
Total Indian cotton afloat for '
Stock in United states ports. 46,927 97,642
Stock in the inland towns. 4,635 10,726
Increase or stock Insight. 247,068
The receipts at this port from the 1st to the 4th
Instant Inclusive were io bags Bea Islands and
Floridas, and ooo boles of uplands, of which 18
were from Mobile, agalust 4 bags of Bea islands
and Floridas, and 163 bales of uplands, for the
contrasting time last year. These arrivals came
as follows, say, of uplands, per South Carolina
Railroad, 788 Dales; per Northeastern Railroad,
.Int; savaunah and charleston Railroad, 60;
E listo, 2; Santee, 36. Of sea islands, Christi
Omirch, 2; Edlsto, 0; James island. 1; Santee, 1.
TUE COTTON MARKET -The bad crop accounts
have Imparted a somewhat steady and rather
Armer tone to this market, and the foreign cen?
tre was at lOd and. Improved to loy? io,yd 9 lb
for middling uplands; New York was at22y@
UKO, and with a moderate business ai this point
at abont leyc fl lb for middling grades. The
sales.'snd prices at Liverpool and New York for
this time were as follows; On Monday, Septem"
ber 2, the former was Armer, uplands loy d, sales
18,000 balea; the latter was firm, uplands 22,ye,
sales 2692 bales, on Tuesday the former was
Arm, uplands 10yd, sales 12,000 bales; the latter
was quiet, uplands 22ye, sales 1116 bales. On
Wednesday the former was strong, uplands loy?
loy, sales 15,000 bales; the latter was firmer, up?
lands 22,yc, sales 8706 bales. Yesterday the former |
was Arm, uplands io,email@example.com, sales 18,000 bales;
the latter was steady at 22,yc, sales 878 bales.
The following were the transactions and prices
In this market for the period since August 31,
1872. On Monday, September 2, the article open?
ed strong, with better dispatches, but was after?
wards quiet and steady; sales 166 bales, ordinary
to good ordinary being quoted at I6@i8yc, low
middling io, middling 1?K, strict middling 20c
T* ft- On Tuesday the market was quiet; sales
175 bales; quota: inns unchanged. On Wednes?
day there wai an active demand at steady rates;
sales 900 balea, ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at ie?isy, low middling 19, middling
i9,y@toy, and strict middling 20c $ lb. On yes?
terday there was a steady demand at unchanged
rates; sales 500 bales, say 12 at 16, 2 at ley, 30
at 17,13 at 17.*, 2 at i7y, 6 at 18, io at 18>?, 67 at
mi, 60 at is?-.;, 24 at ie, 43 at ley, 76 at loy, 63 at
WH, 0 at lex, 4 at 17 at 20,10 at 20>?c $ ft.
Ordinary to good ordinary.16 @18K
Low mlddllLg.10 @
Strict middling.20 @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-There ls some increase In
the arrivals ol' new crop, and there was received
in the past fonr days 10 bags of Carolinas. The
market has been quiet and dall, and no eales
RICE.-The arrivals of new Carolina rough were
about 1800 bushels. Thc business has been in a
limited way, the market showlag no change of |
Importance, sales abont 200 tierces of clean
Carolina, say co tierces at 6J?c, 24 at 6??, 86 at 7,
20 at mi, and 35 new at 8c $ ft. We quote some?
what nominally until increased receipts or new
erop, say common to fair at 7@7#c; good VA?
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals from the 1st in
itant were 702 bbls spirits turpentine, 2873 bbls
-oslo, and 82 bbls crnde turpentine. There has
)een a Arm market for most articles nnder this
lead, wit h the following transactions. On Monday,
september 2, about 400 bbls flue grade rosins were 1
J IUD Ci JA, o IC l'A.
sold at $4 60 for low pale, $5 25 for pale, and
$6 32x for extra pals. No sales of common
rosins were reported. Spirits turpentine was
held firmly wimont transactions. On Tuesday
there were no sales reported. On Wednesday,
Bales400bois spirits turpentine, most of walch
was sold on Tuesday evening, at 46c for kerosene
and whiskey bbls, and ic for new packages, the
market afterwards booming firmer with higher
ratea asked by faet?n. Also on the two days,
about 1000 bbls rosins ut $3 60 fi bbl for strained,
low No 2 and No 2, $3 rs for No 1, $4 for extra No
1, $4 60 ror low pale, and $5 25 forj.pal?. yester?
day spirits were held firmly at fall ratea, with a
light stock, but there were no sales reported.
Rosins were steady at $3 60 for atralned, low No
2 and No 2, $3 7604 foi No l, $404 25 for extra No
l, $4 50 for low pale, $5 26?& 60 for pale, and
$6 76@3 for extra palo. Crude torpente may be
quote1at$3 40 fl bbl for virgin, $3 for yellow
dip,[sab]eet to inspection, and si so for bard.
HAT.-There were received about 130 hales
North River, and lOf bales Eastern qualities.
There were no whole; ale transactions,
COHN.-There were some" limited arrivals by
rall irom the West. Ote market has been quiet,
with a light jobbing trade at 95096o fi bushel for
prime white, bags Included.
OATS.-About 2000 bushels of this grain carne:
to hand from Philadelphia. Some 700 bushels
were disposed of at f.6?57c fl bushel, bags in?
PEAS.-There are no arrivals of note, and the
market was quiet and nominal.
FLOUR.-There is a fair supply of most qualities
of this article in tie hands of dealers, with a
steady local and conn try demand. Northern and
Western super may be quoted at $6 26@6 76 fi
bbl, extra at $798 ? bbl family at $8 5009 60 fi
bbl. Southern descriptions are in. moderate
stock, and super may be quoted at $6 6007 H
bbl, extra at $7 25@8 60 fl bbl, family at $909 60
ft'bbl, and extra ram Jy at $1O0U ft bbl.
BACON.-The market has a moderate stock or
prime meat, and prime smoked shoulders may be
quoted at 9X09XC ft lb. Prime smoked clear
rib sides at llX0l2o f> rs, ror Bummer and win?
ter enred io? n c fl rs, ror prime salted aides, and
prime Baited shoulders nominal.
INDU BAGGING.-raero has been some de?
mand for the conntry trade, and lots or do?
mestic may be quoted at 16X017C.
TIMBER AMD LUMBXR.-The market ls quiet.
We quote timber for milling purposes
(tom $0010. Shipping timber $10016. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, ont
to size, from $18022 fl M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18016; mer lumber, $11013; dressed
COFFEE.- The article is in moderate request
Fair to prime Rio may be quoted firm at 20024o
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to fatly fair Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at SK? no fl tb, good to prime grocery su?
gars may be quoted ut 11012c fl rb, fair to good _
Cubas 10X011 Xe, fair to prime Demoraras at*
11X0120 fl Bs. N iw Orleans molasses, prime
tn a Jobbing way at - fl gallon. Cuba
muscovado molasses may be quoted at ssc In
hhds and 40c In bills, and In a Jobbing way at
40042c; clayed at 83036o ?a hhds. and 860
37c lu bois; Sugar-he use syrup sells at 180200 ta
hhds, and 22025c In barrels.
BOTTER ANO LARD,-There ls a fair stock of this
article-fancy Gosh an may be quoted at 8O086o;
New Tork State, prl ?ne, 25030c; medium 20026c.
. SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be que ted at $1 0001 70 ft sack.
FRiiasrrs.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
Fork Xd on upland s, Xd on sea islands; by saU
nominal on uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New Tork,
byuteam $2 on up ands and - on sea Islands;
tl 60 fi tierce on rice, soo fi bbl on rosin; by sall,
- fl Hs on cotton; - fi tierce on rice; 40c fi bbl
on roam; $8 fi M on lumber; $10 fl Mon timber.
To Boston, by Bail, Xe V Os on upland cotton ;
rosin 05c; rei awed muff $10? flo 60; phosphate
$60 6 50. To Providence, by sah, $10 fi M on
boards, Xe fi Bs on cotton ; by steam $1 fi bale on
New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Xe
<A Ps onnplands; bj sall, $8 V M on boards; $9 60
010 on timber; $8 '-a ton on clay, and $803 60 on
phosphates. To Beltimore by steam, Xo ft Os.
oy sall, $S 6007 fl M on boards; $808 60 on
timber; $3 25 fi tor. on phosphate rock. Vessels
are ia demand by our merchanta to take lum?
ber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Dar len
and Sa tula River, Ca., and Jackson ville, Fla., to
Northern ports, aid 10012 ft M are rates on
lamber and boards.
Dc MUSTIO EICHA; ros.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New Tork at X per
cent, orr; time bil'.;: nominal. They are selling
sight checks at x premium.
EXCHANGE-STIR UNG BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 21 x for ?0 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokera were yesterday baying at
12X and selling at 14.
Marken by Telegraph:.
MO ?El" MARKETS.
LONDON, September 6.
Noon.-Consols 9'!X> New fives 89X*
PARIS, September 6.
Noon.-Rentes fief 67c.
Nsw TORE, September 5.
Noon.-Freights nteady. Stocks dull but steady.
Cold steady at 13X- Money easy at 4. Govern?
ments weak. lix change-long 8X; short ox.
State bonds steady
Evening.-Freights firmer. Money Sad. Ster?
ling 8??a8X. Gold 18X- Governments xax low?
er; Southerns dall und heavy.
COI TON MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, September 6.
Noon.-Cotton opened strong; uplands loxa
io vi, Orleans 10X<I.
Later.-cotton strong; sales 18,000; specniation
and export 6000 ba'es.
NEW YORK, September 6.
Nooc-Cotton steady; aales 378 bales; uplands
22X. Orleans 22Xc.
it vening.-cotton steady; sales 1526 bales. Sales
of cotton futures to-day fi&oo bales as follows:
?september, io 6-l<;a20Xc; October, 10Xal9Xo;
November, 19 7 10; Deo moer, io 7-16al9Xc; Jan?
uary, 1916-16a20c; february, 20Xc; March, 20 16
BOSTON, september 5.
Cotton il rm; middlings 22Xc; gross receipts
162 bales; sales 500 ; stock 7600.
PHILADELPHIA, September 6.
Cotton quiet; middlings22Xc.
Cotton firm; middliogs 22c; gross receipts 7
bales; sales 82; stock 579.
NORFOLK, September 5.
Cotton quiet; low middlings l9Xc; net receipts
130 bales; exports coastwise 72; stock 325.
WILMINGTON, September 6.
Cotton quiet: middlings i9*al9Xc; net receipts
12 bales; exports ctastwlse 86; stock 162.
SAVANNAH, September 6.
Cotton quiet; middlings 19Xc; net receipts 438
bales ; salea 226 ; Btock loos.
AUGUSTA, September 6.
Cotton quiet; mi idlings 19Xo; net receipts 142
bales; sales 192.
MEMPHIS, September 6.
Cotton active and firm; middlings 21Xc: re?
ceipts 32 bales; shipments 124; stock 1556.
" _ MOBILE, september 6.
cotton hard; middlings 20xc; net receipts 67
pales; exports coistwlse 4; sales 75; stock 144
_ NEW ORLEANS, September 5.
.moitonvery Arm; middlings 2tc; net receipts
349 bales ; gross 344 ; sales 806; stock 9611.
' GALVESTON, september 6.
Cotton steady ; gcod ordinary i7Xal7Xc; net re?
ceipts 766 bales; sales 218; stock 6971.
PROVISIONS ..ND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LiVEHFOOL, september 5.
Noon.-Breadstnifs quiet un i steady. Pork fits.
Total Btock of whert at this port 192,000 quarters;
corn 231,000 quarte rs; flour 27,000 sacks and 24,000
NEW YORK, September r,.
Noon.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
quiet and steady. Corn nominally unchanged.
Pork quiet at $14 I2al4 26. Lard dall; steam
8j;a9 3-l8. Turpentine firm at 65a55X- Rosin
Arm at $4 80a4 40 for strained.
Evening_Plonr inactive and unchanged.
Whiskey 92Xc. Wheat Inactive and a shade
easier; winter red western fl 60al88. Corn a
shane lower, and lu moderate export demand.
Klee in fair request at 8Xa9Xc. Pork quiet.
Lard a shade firmer. Naval stores firm. Tallow
LOUISVTLLB, September 6.
Tobacco quiet and Arm. Flour In good demand
and firm; extra family $6 26a860. C?rala fair
demand at eaassc. Provisions steady. Mass
pork $13 76. shoulders 7Xc Clear rib sides loxa
loxc. Clear Bides llaliXc. Packed lard 9Xa
io v. Whiskey firm at 9 c.
CINCINNATI, September 6.
Flour In fair demand at $7 76; choice $8. Corn
steady at 45a46c. Pork nominally at $13 SOalS 70.
Lard tn light demand and holders firm; kettie 9c,
Bummer 8X. Bacon m light demand and holders
firm; Btock ont of smoke light; Shoulder? 7 y ctB,
clear sides lOalOXc Whiskey la good demand
COLUMBUS, september 2.
Cotton, middlings 19c;sales s?bales; receipts
49; shipments 72.
MONTGOMERY, September 8.
The market ls firm and aotlve; low middlings
stock of Cotton In tne Interior Towna
at tne tutest Dates?
Montgomery.AU an-1 so
ii ashville.Augast 80
Bxporrj or Naval Stores ana Ammbcr
from tn? Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 1873, to September *,
St John's, NB.
g?Si 2 ? gigi
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5*111 i Ts
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gSSgpS. ?pto? d'uo
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gggg^g: gg: S3
comparative Export? or Cotton and Klee
?rom ?ne Port nt Cnarleston. from Sep?
tember 1, 187?, to September 4, 187?.
3 XT OR TED TO
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe..
Tot'l N. Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. PortB..
S. I. Cp'd. i Rice
Bait. A Nr'folk
S. I. Up'd. i Rice
14841 IO, 8| 1731 07
.I. ....| 12| 16
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, September 4.
The Daily Bolletln says: There was mere ac?
tivity In foreign, and the market ruled arm nnder
a moderate supply. Sales 800 bags at 7A7#c for
Rangoon, 7>?a8c for Patna; 250 bags Rangoon at
Stfcgold In bond, and 60 tes Carolina at 8Xa9XC
- - ?- ? "*=^-=?
Cnarleston Wnolesal? Priam**
IGGIXG, fi yard- . *'*" '
Dandee.. , ?g \ ;t
Gunnv Cloth. 1?*0 -j>?
New York Doable Anchor, 46 -v
inches, 2K'hB. 0
LLB ROPB, fl Bi.- .
Western. 8 ?. 13?
Jnte........... ... .
QoBhen. 80 0 -?
Country..j 9 IQ ?r
OTTON, V B.- _ ,01>
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.... 1? 0 is?
LOW Middling. 1? 0 -
Middling to tstrlot Middling... 19J?0 2?
Good Middling. . .. 9
Sea Island. .. 0.,
0FPM, fi BJ.- ' ?
Elo.- ? f ?
Laguayra. ? 0 -37
Java.;. 80 0 ..
MT2L1ZBB8- . .
Uaroim? Fertilizer, fl 2000 tts. . . .
Cash.?.46.00 @ . ..
Time (with7per cent. In.. ""--..
terest).60 00 .0.. ..
Wando Fertilizer, cash. 60 00 0' '
Time. 65 00 @
Doable Relined Pondrette..... SO 00 0 ..
Nllts's Phospate.ts HO 0 ..
Peruvian Ouano, Ohlnobaa.... 85 00 9
Peruvian Guano, Quar.ape.... 76 00 0 . ...
Paclflc Guano, 2000 lbs., cash.. 46 oo @ ...
Time. 60 00 9 . . .
Phoenix Ouano.. . 47 60 @ ..
Baugn'a Pncsphate, fl 2000 tts.
cash.46 00 @
Rhortes's Phosphate, ft 2000 ' ' ' . '
BIB.i 66 00 @ ..
Rbodes's standard Manare, .. .!.>*'?
<$ 65 time). 60 00 . 9 ??
orcliIlia Gu no ($40 time). 86 00 9,- >.
Land Plaster., is 00 fi 15 Od
Zed's Ammonl ned Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).60 oo '? ?3 '
Bnasell- Doe's Ammonlatea
Bone Superphosphate ($60 t'iWf;
time). 46 00"?!. <&:.
Ootton Food, per ton...... .60 00 --9 td .. i
Bowen A Mercer's Super?nos- .. ..^
pbate..cash.46 oo 0
Time.. 60 00 9, ?? '
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'a Manlpu- \
lated. 50 oo @A .. .
Stono Soluble Guano ($56 time) eo oo @
steno Dissolved ' Phosphate -: .
($30time)......25 00 O '
Stono Pare uroand Phosphate. 12 oo @
Atlantic Phosphate Co...cash. 48 00 & . .. :
Time, free of interest..... 63 00 0 . .. .
Acid PDosphatea.cash. 28 00- ' 0
Time, free of interest..... 81 00 @ ..
Eureka Ammo. Bono Phos, cash 45 oo "0l . . .
Time. co oo @ .. '
Middleton's Fish Ammoniated
Phosphate..'.....cash.. 46 00 9' -
Time..i............ 66 DO 9?? a
Philipa's Carrlbean ?ca Goano, ?\>n*i
per ton of 2000.Bis....cash. 60 00 0',;.,...:
1st November, per (on.... 66 00 &
Mapes's Superphosphate, ft ....
' 2000Bis:?:.'..7..... 46 oe ? .; ?
Woo?ston's Phosphate of Lime 66 oO '0 '
Woolston'B Vegeiator, ft 2000
BJ8. 66 00 0
Oroasdale's Gen. Superpnos- . .
pnate, ne;.. 60 00 @
Bo we rs'a complete Manure, - : ..J-';
gardy's Phosphate, Peruvian, ,., "".,
cash. 66 00-0
Sardy'a PadflO Guano, cash.. 60 00 @ ..
Patapsco Guano.......... .... 9? 00 @
E. Frank Coe'e Ammoniated
Bone Phosphate.cash. 48 00 ra ?
Time. ?2 00-i fi.
Coe's Pure Dlaaol'd Bo ne. cas h 60; 00
Time. 66 00
Whann's Saperphospbate.60 00 @ 70 00.
Etlwan Guano.cash.. 66 00
Time. 60 00
Etlwan Crop Food..cash.. 40 00
Time. 46 00 o ' ..
Etlwan. Dissolved Bone..cash. 86 00 ta ? .
Time...... 40 00 9 .CVC!
FLOUR, fl bbl- . -
SUPT.,. s so 9 6 7a
Northern and Western Extra. 7 00 ? 8 00
Southern-Super. 6 25 '& 6 76
Extra......... 700 O 8ocv
Family. 8 60 @ 11 00
GBATK, fl bnsbel- .L '
Maryland Oats. 66 @ . .67.
Western Oats. 9 ???
Oom.i. 06 &. 86..:
HAT, fl cwt- ..
North River. 9 y ii '
LCMBER, fl M feet-- '
? Clear V7hPe Pine, Bret quality. 60 00 @ 66 00
White Pine, good mn. 8800 @ 40 00
Yellow Pine.30 00 @ 24 ?0
Boards, rough.ll 00 9 Vi 00
Grooved and tongaed 28 00 9 82 00? ,
MOLASSES, fi gallon
Oaba. 88 . S
Muscovado. 88 ? 60
Sugar honse. 23 @ 27
Mew Orleans. .. 9 '? .. '.
NATAL STORKS, f) bbl- .
Tar. ? .-... ?
Pitch. (# .
Rosin, pale. 6 26 & 6 ?0
Rosin, No. 1..8.76 (* . v,->
Rosin, Ko. 2. ...... 3.60 9. ..
Ro-in NO. 8..... S 60 9
Spin a Turpentine, fl gal.... .. ' 9 '
Crude Torpemlne, fl bbl. 8 00 @ S 40?
HardTorpen?ne. 1 SO 'a ..- .
Oakum.fl BJ. 16 .9
NAILS- American 4@20d, f! keg ... 9 %
Dup .nt'B, F. F. F.g. 6 00. 0 .. .
Dupont's, P. F. F. 6 00 9
Dupont's. BiaatlDg. 4 00 fi ' . ..
PBOTIB10K8, fi BJ- T. . .. .
Bacon, Barns. 19 @ 17
Sides. 13 ?5
Shoumers............. ea*? os*
Strips. 4? : ..
Lard, In keg. ll -fi U
Cheese.,. 9 . ..
Eggs. 20 9 36
Poultry-Chickens, fl dos.... 8 00 9 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 6 00 .fi 6*60
Onions. .. 9 i.
Apples. :. ? ..
Rios, fi rn-Carolina..-. 07 fi- 08K
East India..? .. fi ?. ;
SALT, fl.sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 9 1 70
Liverpool, fine.,. .. @ .. .
Sr/GAB, fi BJ
Porto Elco. 0 .*... .
Muscovado.?.'. 10X? 13M
BnsWAX,flBJ.,. 88 fi 40
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl.' 0~_o..
Sweet. fi ..
New York Naval Stores market.
Mxw YORK, September 4.
The Dally BnUetln saya : The market fo' spirits
turpentine h?s ruled fairly active at 62a69xc,
wiin a few trauBactlona eany tn tne day at 515<c
but at nie close was decidedly Armer, wi<h62>?c
freely bid and 53 asked. Sales of SI boiaatisc.
and 340 bbls at 02Kc. strained rosin ls more ac?
tive and a a'ade Armer. Sales of l&oo bbls good -
strained at $4 25. soo bbls at $4 20, delivered, SOO
bbls, to arrive, at $4 15, 200 bbls common ac
$4 12X, ooo bbls at $4 16. and 400 bbls No 2 at
$4 60. Tar doll and barely steady at quotations.
1 ,i ur..
WILMINGTON, september 4.
SPIRITS TrjEPBNTTNB.-eales of 126 casks at 48C,
and 630 casks at 60c per gallon for Sou them paok>
ages, an advance of 3c.
ROSIN.-sa es nf 2726 bbls at $3 60 for strained.
$3 eo ror No 2,$3 75 for low No 1, $4 for Na V $4 to
lor extra No 1. $Sa5 60 for pale, $6 for e* tra pale,
and 7 mr window glass.
OBODB TDBPBNTINB.-Sales of bbls at $2 60
for hard,$316 for yellow dip:and $3 55 for virgin. ' '
TAR-Has dtcllned 26c; sales of 66 bbls at $8 40.
and iso bb s at $3 25 per btVL Market dall and
? Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, September 4.
Salea of cotton to-day 66 biles; middling 18J?C
SUMTER, September a.
The new crop ia now coming lu quite freely.
The receipts since last report foot up about 90
bales. 1 he market ls quiet, with few bajera, and
closing with a slight decline from the prices of a
lew days aga v? e quote ordinary 16c, good ordl
Dt2.w7>i,.low roWdhng 18*. rniddlmgiex, strict
middling 19. '
' NBWBBBBT, September 8.
Cotton 17& eta.
ABBBVTLLB, September a.
S PA RT AND URO, September 3.
Cotton ls a;liing at 17ac
MACON, September 3.
Cotton nominal at I8al9c; receipts tooday66
bales; sales 22; shipped ie:
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR ALL
DISEASES OF THE UB?MRY ORGANS
This is a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es. ?
leclaily for Druggists' and Physicians' ase in pre
crtptlons. The quality and uniform strength la
;aaranteed. Thia Extract ls snperlorto copaiba
md cubebs, or plain oil or Sandal. Unlike most
ireparatlons of tbls class, lt does not nauseate
The tes imonials of hundreds lu public and ?ri
rate Hie wno save been cured by iWspreoawu 7 '..
lou could be added; but the proprietorr wnheslt
o stand upon its own merita? andonlv asS 1
Ingle trial to convince the afflicted or ?t^efflcarr
Circulars and samples can be obtained br PhV
lela ns en apphcation to . wTaSi
^"F? H0*8* * DATO.