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The Daily HSTe-ws*.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 18, 18G6.
ALiLi HURTS or l'All.VUitAI'lli.
[from tht Boston Post.]
Bonner'a income: $105,009.05.
Jericho (Vt.) has had a ilrst-olasB tornado.
A Cabinot motto?the more haato tho less
A negro died recontly in Louisiana aged 120.
Punch stylos diplomatic notes waste papor.
All Yankees at Beaufort, S. O.
Horse Shoo Falls, Niagara, are tumbling in.
Tho burnt district in Portland oovers 327 acres.
Important discoveries of copper in St. Domingo.
Georgia is opening her diamond minos.
Washington is gotting too hot for tho Radicals.
t?o will the whole country bo Boon.
Tho Lebanon, Ohio, Shakers aro trying to shako
sugar out of Borghum.
One horBO railroad in Philadelphia carried
32,251 passengers on tho Fourth.
Connecticut has 700 insane, and will build a
hospital for them.
Ar apple treo in South Gardiner, Ho., put forth
among tho applo blossoms a perfect white rose.
A thirty-pound eel was recontly caught in tho
vicinity of Hartford.
Jackson, Mies., has had a colored washer
Dead men with bullot bolos through thorn aro
aaid to be plenty in Mississippi.
Some sporting men in New Orleans are getting
up a goat raco.
The war dispatches in English papers are said
to puzzlo tho Germans exceedingly.
The bricklayers of Memphis have struck for
aoven dollars per day.
A Nantucket girl, who, at the ago of fifteen,
married a man of forty-livo, potitions for a di
Sewing silk from Amorican cocoons is manufac
- tured in Delaware.
Tho Prussians have a cartridge which explodes
after entering the body of a man, and tears bim
The Chinese population of California is stated
. at 58,300.
Tho new Bible House in London is expected to
. cost ?20,000.
Judge Lovelace, of tho Supreme Court of Mis
- souri, is doad.
The losses by fire throughout the United States
.for past six months are set at $15,000,000.
Connecticut is to hold, August 7, a mass meet
ing at New Haven to choose Philadelphia dolo
A colored woman took a prize at the Lima (N.
McVickoi's Theatre in Chicago took $120,383
A negro woman in Philadelphia horribly burned
a black child by making it sit on a hot stove.
On the 17th of June fires aud overcoats were ro
quired in Jeffersou, Texas.
There is a natural gas spring near Buffalo, Now
York, from which it is proposed to supply Buffalo
Near Greenfield, Wisconsin, a man beat a lady
and threw her baby at her, becauao aho oouldn't
furnish him with work.
Robert M. Douglas, a son of the "Little Giant,"
recently delivered an oration at the Jesuits' Col
lege, Georgetown, District of Columbia, on "The
Death of Hannibal."
Mr. Mitchell, the inventor of copper tips for
shoes, was drowned near Turnor, Maine, while
trying to save his son.
Simon Cameron.Galusha A. Grow, Thaddens
Stevens and John W. Forney are contending for
the same chair in the United States Senate in
A Jewish synagogue, just completed at Borlin,
is represented to be ono of tho moBt gorgoons
buildings in Europe, costing $750,000 in gold.
Isaac McLaughlin, of Platt County, Illinois,
bought his neighbor's cattle on credit, raised
$15,000 on tho animals, and, much to his own dis
credit, cut both county and creditors.
A balloon which broke from its moorings at
Hartford on tho 4th travellod to Strafford, N. H.,
-300 miles, in two hours and forty minutes.
After the snow storm in Utah on tho Oth nit,
Brigham Youug made his wives useful iu shovel
ling enow paths about his residence.
An Atbenccum, to be devoted exclusively to the
fine arts, music, etc., costing $300,000, is talked of
: in Cincinnati.
A marble statue of Washington Irving is to be
? laced in the new church now boing erected at
Japan is buying Blakoloy gunB for the reception
of John Bull when he next essays to burn a Japa
nese c ity.
Eighty persons recently escaped, in fiftoen wa
gons, from Salt Lake city. They had become dis
. g us ted with Brigham Young and Mormonism.
A little boy in San Francisco had his head hor
ribly torn by a lion, who seized bis arm, and drow
him up to the bars of the cage in which he was
A Louisville dispatch says a great Southern
Telegraph Company is boing formed there, with a
capital of a million dollars. Gen. Eirby Smith is
Presidont, and Gen. Don Darius? Buell Vice Presi
The New York Horald thinks the Republicans
are in tho melting mood, aud, liko a great fiold of
ice at tho approach of spring, is now splitting and
dividing in every direction.
Smith ? Wesson, of Springfield, return hand
.soine incomes. Smith chalks tip $1C3,012 and
Wesson follows with $162,552. That's what it is
to bo a car builder.
The Frenchman who was some time sinco ar
rested in New York, charged with embezzling
- $710,000 from a branch of the Bank of Franco, re
cently escaped, and the officer having him in cus
tody io suspected of. having winked at the opera
A Mrs. Rollins was brutally murdered by two
negroes near Macon, Ga. The lady's husband was
in Savannah at the time, and the negroes beat her
to death with sticks, and then robbed tho house.
.A white child was severely beaten also. The ne
A workman in a brick manufacturing establish
ment at Columbus, Ohio, was killed by being
-drawn in between a drum and a large cog-wheel.
. He was carried round by this wheel and thrown
out of an opening in tho gable end of the second
story of the building upon the roof of a shed ad
joining. Thence he rolled down into a gutter be
low. His body was horribly mangled and crashed.
LiTEnARY Examinations_Tho numerous public
.-.schools of Washington Citv are now being exam
ined, and also the freedmen's school?. A good
.story is told of the private secretary of Senatoi
. Ruinner, who attended ono of these institution!
-for teaching the contraband idea how to shoot,
and was invited to propound somo questions,
"Ohildron," suid he, in a grave tone, "what Sen
ator can you name?" There was a pause, and
then, the bright boy of the class exclaimed,
- Abrum Linculml" "No," said the young gon
-tleman, "I mean what Senator in Congress do you
know, or have you hoard of?" another pause,
and then a young specimen of ebony anuivorj
timidly suggested, "Andy Johuson." "Ho'a not o
Senator either." Just then another pupil was in
spired, and exclaitne I, "General Washington I'
Poor little ignorant colored boys?at school undei
tho shadow of the Oanitol, and didn't know thi
name of a Senator, when Senators aro doing s<
much for them.
A Lebanon (Ohio) paper says : "Tho question
'Can sugar bo made from sorghum?' has been an
owored by the Shakers at Union Village. Thei
have a method, of their own discovery, by wbicl
they make sugar from the pure sorghum mato
rial. Wo have seen a specimen. It is very
dark, exceedingly coarse-grained, and has tin
real sorghum taste, but it is thoroughly dry. am
it is indeed sugar. Thoy have not brought theii
.mothod to por feet ion, but they expect in a ahor
.timo to be able to make a good article."
Ilot" Il y Hot Cockles.
Oh! aint it hot?
Hut! I should think so; hot as?
Stop, Stop! Don't talk of foreign conntrios.
But look at uic; aco mo molting away in streams,
and no one to toll my friends. Won't boujo ono
dam thoso watore of porspiration ?
You molting, ie it? Just fool o* mo;coat soaked
into mv shoulders; pants melted into my loiuB, and
my wrists and ankles?oh dash it. Bios? you, doar
boy I another bucket horo botweon my eyos. O,
don't I wish I was houbo, or picklo, or mermaid.
Hero's my hand on thoBO aontimonts. No I take
it away; it Btioks, and got a little out o'lcoward;
you ekut off all tho wiud. Troublo you for my fan.
Oh, excuse me, you'ro using it. Hold my um
brella, I'm tired. , ,. . .
'f you'd taken a bath, you would n t fret bo.
Bath ? bah ! I'vo been in all day.
Well, then, pull up your alcoves; push back your
collar (if that wot amorphito can bo called a
collar) ; opon your vost; let out your eplonders,
and carry your hat in your hand.
For Hoaven'a aako ! don't walk so fast.
Well, don't you walk as if to your funoral.
Stub goes my too; down goes my hat; hero ! lit
tle boy, pick it up for a cont, if I can got thtB
sticky hand in my pocket. Look horo ! old fel
low, keep your confounded crot?n off my clean
hOBO. Oh," dear ! thcro'a a dog run over, foo tired
to got out of tho way. Driver, atop whipping
thoso horses. So, ao I If it wae n't so hot, you'd
make mo mind my own bnainoss, eh ?
Thcro, you'ro getting warm again. Como and
take a eoda. I'll havo another, not so aweot, and
a little moro ice. Hullo ! hore'8 Pat. Nice day,
Pat? Nice and culo yor honor, barrin tho hato,
plazo God ! How hot ie it, Pat ? Ninety degrazo
above, aur I Abovo whatt Pat ? Above tho thur
rnnmytur, av ooorso. Little soda, Pat! Niver
take it in mo whiahkey. What, whiakoy this
woathor? Yis, yer honor, it gives mo strength to
endnro tho hato. Hcro'B hoping yor a thinking of
Pat in yer drink, who'a nivor 80 bate, by the
cowld or tho hate, but a nate whishkoy atraight
onlivena his pato, and sota his two peepers a
Let'a go : it'B only a block homo.
Only a block; why, a yard will finish me. 8eo
how my face poros ; ?t'a as cily as an olive.
Hadn't I bettor dip it in wator to preaorvo tho
No ubc I thoy won't mix. Hooray ! thoro'a a
And now it's gone, with only a eprinklo; and
hero we aro hotter than over.
Bid you hear or little La8ay-Tudo, who took off
her atay yostorday, to find her waiat waated away
with the heat, and her poor littlo feet, unaccua
tomod to uee, run away in her ahoeB. Thoro'a the
eky plastered all over with hot yellow hazo, and
tho sun feeding away on nitro-glycerino to got hot
ter. Tho flrmamont (double-stitched round tho
horizon, with not aa muoh room to lot air under
as a boy would And under a circus-tent), fairly
draga down flta, and tortures like an oil-silk ahirt
or a patent-leather boot. I aoem to be atanding
in a frying pan, with pitch-hot calcium lighta
playing on my phiz. Then, won't I bo a putty
Why don't you put a cabbage leaf in your hat
and aome cold steel in your pookets ?
I prefer ice sandwiches in my mouth*, two pieces
of ico with anothor picco between?isn't that a
contrast to fried hot pork ?
But I'd like to be a Dandy-legged urchim in na
Somo dry nurse would put you in woolen and
smother you in pillows, or her auld lteekio bosom.
Here's boy with extra; cholera, did you say?
Well, I can't leavo town, ao lazy 'a 'catch me 'fore
'd got out.
How long think I'm going to stand in tbia blast
ed sun talking; I'm no salamander wot likes frying
like tiro likes insurance buildings. It's too a?-firod
hot 'dafternoon. HOD.
The Wabs of Forty-nine Years in Europe.?
A writer in the London Morning Star says : "Tho
following statistics read with sad interest at this
moment : Betwoen the years 1815 and 1864 2,782,
000 men wore killed in battle. Of those 2,148,000
were Europeans and 104,000 inhabitants of the
other continents. Thus, during forty-nine yoars
tho avcrago annual number who thus perished
amounts to 43,800 men, not including the victima
of disease engendered by the consequences of
war. The Crimean war (1853-56) was naturally
the moat destructive, 511,000 men having perished
during its course; 176,000 of these died on tho field
of battlo; 334,000 from disease in hospital?256,000
being Russians. 98,000 Turks, 107,000 Frenob,
45.000 English, 2600 Italians, and 2500 Greeks.
The war in the Cauoaaus (1829-60) coat tho
lives of 330,000; thoJAuglo-Iudiau war (1857-59),
196,000; the Russian and Turkish war (1828-29),
193,000; the Polish insurrection of 1831, 190,000;
the civil war of Spain which raged from 1833 to
1840, 172,000; the war of Greek independence
(1821-29), to which Lord Byron fell a victim, 148,
000; tho various French cornpaigns in Algeria,
from 1830 to 1850, 146,000; the Hungarian revolu
tion, 142,000; the Italian war of 1859-60, 129.874;
which last number may be 4hus analyzed?96,874
fell on the field of battle, and 33,000 died of dis
ease; of whioh 59,661 were Austrian?, 30,220
French, 23,600 Italians, 14,010 Neapolitans, and
A curious result may be deduced from the above
?namely, that a greater number perish by the
diseases incident to a camp life than are actually
killed by shot and sholl or any other engino of de
struction. As to the sums of money swallowed up
by thoBo wars, it is impoaaiblo to arrive at any
thing approaching a correct calculation. The
Crimean war coat Russia 2328 millions of francs
(one million of francs ia equal to $200,000), Franco
1348 millions, England 1320 millions, Turkey 1060
millions, Austria, for mero demonstrations, 470
millions. Thus in two yeara and a half 6526 mil
lion francs were spent.
Tho Italian war of 1859 cost Franco 345 mil
liona, Austria 730 millions, Italy 410 millions.
ThuB in two months 1458 millions were swallowod
Spontaneous Growth.?Bayard Taylor, in a re
cent correepoudenoe from Kansas, expresses
muoh surprise at witnessing a phenomenon which
he states had never boforo come under his obser
vation. This was ' 'the spontaneous produotion of
forests from prairie lands. Hundreds of aerea,
whioh had been protected against the ravages of
fire by cultivated fields beyond, were ovei grown
with hickory and oak trees from four to six feet in
height." This "spontaneous growth," however,
whioh seems to have created in his mind so
much surprise, is of very frequent occurrence.
In tho great northern wilderness of this State it is
often the case that after the pines havo been
out down or burnod over a certain section,
their places will be supplied tho next season by a
thick growth of deciduous trees?genorally the
silver leaved poplar?snd of ton when these are also
in turn destroyed, a heavy growth of oak and
chestnut springs up in their place. In a certain
eonse, perhaps, these growths may bo said to bo
spontaneous, though the uae of this term in this
oonneolion seems to be incorrect. Strictly spoak
ing, no vegetation ever comes up spontaneously,
i. e. without planting. The seeds havo been aown
by man, or by birds, or by tho wind, or it is poaai
blo that they may havo lain dormant for years or
oonturies. The ground is undoubtedly filled with
germs of vegetable lifo that requiro only certain
conditions to cause thorn to spring into a more
vigorous being. What thoso conditions are is
often unknown?why the poplar, for example,
should come up, after a pine forost has been cut
down, cannot well be explained: but the fact is ad
mitted beyond dispute.
The Paris correspondent of tho London Times,
writing on tho 28th ultimo, says: "The opinion
Booms to bo gaining ground that 'aotive' inter
vention on tho part of Franco will not havo to be
waited on vory long; indeed, it is affirmed that it
is already decided upon. Prince Napoleon had
an interviow with tho Emporor yesterday, and it
was notieecljthat ho oame away in quito a joyful
mood. What passed between tin in can only be
surmised; but tho surmise ia that he has obtained
all ho wanted. It ii said that M. Benedetti, the
Fronoh Ambassador at Berlin, is about to oome to
Paris, ostensibly on leavo of abaonce?really to be
the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in placo of M,
Diiol'yn de i.'IIuvh, who was tho- Foreign Minister
for peace, whoreas his successor, an intimate
friend of Count Bismark, would be a war minister.
Moreover, M. Dbooyn de l'Hu?b is not always con
sulted in vory dolieato affairs. Should interven?
tion be the order of the day, it would probably be
undertaken not long after the Chamber separates.
Rumors are current in Paris that tho arming oi
the Toulon squadron haa been ordered."
The Charleston Cotton Market.
Tho sales yesterday amounted to about 200 biles. Wo
Low Middling.30 to 31
Middling.32 to S3
Strict Middling._ t0 35
Tho market has improved about >?c. por lb. undortho
European news por Nova Scotia.
AUOU8TA, July 16.?Cotton.?There has been an
activo demand with sales of two to tbroo hundred bales.
Wo quote the market firm and buoyant at 28 to 31.
OunssMOT.?There baa beon no sales reported of
Georgia O's sold at 85.
MOBILE, July 14.?Cotton?Tho Now York noon dis
patch ot today reports Cotton quiet but firm at 35 to
37Xo for Middling, and ?ales of tho morning 250 bales.
In this market we noto a good domand, with pric-s Arm
at an advance on yoBterday'B quotations. Tho salos
wero rostrioted by tho poor stock offering, and tba too
high protonatons of fact -rs, to 40rJ bales. Ono ordor for
50 bales was filled at 30c, aud as high as 31c was paid
for some good qualities, but our information leads us to
hollo vo that a basis of 30c for Middling 1b near the actual
stato of tho ruarkot.
MoNETAnv and FlOANClAL.?Tho Exchange, tnarkot
has been been moro active and choerful to-day than tor
somo timo past, and has resulted in a comparatively
large business for this season. This activity is In con
s?quence of tho moro liberal salos of Cotton for tho pa?t
two days, and tho necessity of drawing bills to meet
TraneactlouB to tho amount of $30,000 in sight havo
boon reported, mostly at l:? premium, and some few
sight Cotton Bills placed at >? dieiouut Wo also hoar
of small amounts In 20 aud 30 day bills at ?f and 1 por
The re have also been Bight sales of Commercial Ster
ling at 160 to 152; point bills being hold at 168 to 1G0.
Gold moves sluggishly with tho Now York and New
Orloan? tnarkot s at 160 to 152.
A rather bettor business has beon done In Now Or
leans sight at previous ratos?say par. Sales of $16,000
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, July 13.?Cotton.?Wo havo again
to iiotico a pretty general demand, ten brokers having
participated in the business; but tho salos, neverthe
less, weie confined to 000 hales, tho largest amount
taken by any one party being 130 bales. Prices ex
hibited increased irregularity. Wo noticed sovoral sales
at our lnsldo figures, but evon running lists of good
staple were held at rates abovo quotations. Tho do
mand was mostly for the North. Wo continuo to quote
Ordinary at 24 to 2Gc; Good Ordinary at 28 to 29c; Low
Middling at 30 (o 32c; and Middling at 34 to 35c. The
sales of tho last two days sum up 2300 bales.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand Sept 1st, 1805.balea.. 83,239
Received to-day. 174
Cleared to day. 000
Stock on hand. 106,949
8UOAB and Molassks?Only two hhdB sugar bavo
been rocelved from tho coast since veaterday?no mo
lasses. Sappllos of the domestic, production aro vory
small and nearly exhausted, but tboso of Cuba are fair,
though not Urge. There was no demand to-day, and
the market is at a stand still. Louisiana sugar is re
tailing slowly at 12 to 13ljc per lb for common, 14c for
fair, 14X for fully fair, 16c for prime, 16 to 17c for yel
low clorlflod, and 17 to 17y?c for whlto. Cuba sugar
has been rotalllng at 13 to 13??o per lb for No 12, 14c for
No 14. 14?i to 16c for No 16. Cuba molasses is retail
ing at 66c per gallon, and la quoted at wholoaalo at 48 to
60c per gallon.
FrtEiOHTH.?The market is vory dull, both foreign and
coastwise, and the rates are merely nominal. Engage
ments wero made for tobacco by sail for Liverpool, at
36 BbllllngH, but 40 shillings are now asked. Some little
cotton was taken for Liverpool at V.o., and some for
Havre at 1 ;?c. Cotton was shipped for New York, by
steam, at )?o, and for Boston at lo, and Flour at 40c per
bbl by sail.
MEMPHIS, July 14.?Cotton.?The Cotton market
yesterday continued dull and heavy, with few inquiries
and little offering. Buyers were wanting in confidence
to ooncedo to holder*' prices. Tho sales of the day wero
small, and comprleed of a fow outside lota of Middling
30 to 31o; Low Middling at 28 to 28>ac. Holders wore
asking from 31 to 810 for Middling. Tbe New York noon
dispatch quotes the market duU and nominal at 36 to
37c, Tho 12:30 dispatch says Cot:on unchaogod in
every respect;Uplands 36c. Wo give our quotations as
Ordinary.26 to 23
Good Ordinary.27 to 28
Low Middling.29 to 30
Middling.81 to 32
SU let Middling.32 to 83
Good Middling.84 to 36
GALVESTON, July 7.?
This Year. 1860-61.
Stock on hand 1st Sept. 1865.13,857 8,168
Recelvod at this port this week. 726
Received a ttbis port previously.145,347 114,624
Recelvod at other porta. 21,900 28,261
Franoe. 1789 3640
Other Continental ports. 8014 12316
Mexico. 120 -
New Orleans.. 44,002 31,134
Havana. 80 -
Philadelphia. - 113
New York. 68.680 25,107
Boston. 8094 25,991
Total Exports 174,335 145,689
On hand and on shipboard.... 7684 464
WILMISGTON. July 10 ?Tubpentine?No changa in
prices. Sales of 186 bbls at $4 05 for virgin, $3 05 for
yellow dip, and $1 62X" for bard, per 280 lbs.
BriniTs Tubfentine?Hales of 67 bbls at 43 cents, and
20 do at 41 cents psr gallon for white in New York pack
Hosin?Sales of 260 bbls at $2 26 for strained com
mon; and 166 bbls at 260 for opaque, and $6, 6 30 to
6 60 for No. 1.
Bacon?A lot of 1C0O lbs N O cured sold at 20 cents per
lb for barns.
consign??*? par South Carolina Railroad,
62 bale. Cotton, 66 bales Mdze, 186 bbls Crude and 69
bbls Spirits Turpentine, 103 bbls Rosin, 71 bags Grain,
3 cara Cattle, 4 cars Lumber, and Sundries. To J & J
D Klrkpatrlck, E H Rodgers k Go, Laurey k Alexander,
W Lobby, P Plnkorson, W W Smith, H L Jeffors k Co,
J B E Blosn, Willis k Ohisolm, W B Williams, A M Rhett,
R MoElroy, F Horsey, G W Clark k Co. J W Carmalt, W
a? Bowling, Ferguson k Barker, Brabhsm, Hoffmann k
Co, J Eenyon, A Robinson k Co, L Bunch A bon, Ohis
olm Bros, J 0 Marshall.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
July 141 and 10.
66 bales Upland and 1 bale B I Cotton, 602 bbls Naval
Storos, 13 cara Lumbor, Machinery, boxes Tobacco,
Maze, ko. To Thurston k Holmes, Z Davis, G E Prltch
ett, J S Rlggs k Co, E H Rodgers A Co, B H Barden, J
M Caldwell k Bon, Holmes k Stonoy, O Roedor, Scrovei?
k Nesblt, Gonzales, Woodward & Co, W K R\an, B A
Early, Eason k Bro, Willis k Ohisolm, Adams, Frost k
Co, J A Quaokenbush. CAS Railroad Company, Gail
lard k Mlnott, J McEvoy.
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York?Miss
Jennie O Riordan, B B Riot dan, Mrs B R Rlordan, P J
Coogan, J M Dodge, J E Gondlet, D Haas, Mr Hale, Mrs
Herring, Miss Hodges, Miss Susan Pringlo, Mrs L El
der, S L Lord, and 28 in steerage.
PHASES or TUB MOON.
r.ast Q. 6th, 10h 21m. morn I First Q. 19tb,10h. 24m. morn
Now M. 12th, 0 j. 16m. morn| ?mil M. 27th, 10b.63m. morn
niSZB. | BITS.
10.. 9 | 10..66
POUT OF CI1AIILK8TOH.
Arrived Yesterday. fJULY 17
8teamshlp Quaker City, West, New York?left Satur
day, P. M. Mdzo. To Bavenol * Co, 0 N Averul ?t Son,
O D Alircna tk Co, D A Ammo, J A Armstrong, J & T It
Atfnew, Adams ft Damon. Austin. Audrus & O , U K
Baker U Co. W Bird Si Co, T M Br'stoll, Uorgniiun h
Co, B II Barden, Bogort, Donny At Co. Bollmnun Bros,
BHroII Uro?, E Baten, W T Bnr^o A- Co, J B Botta. J M
Calclwoll, II Birchou* & Co, J W Brown h Co, A Bischoff,
J Cautwcll, J W Oarmalt. F ObrlBtman, T M Cater, O W
Clark h Co, W Conner, W Courtonay, J & F Dawson, E
Daloy, Douglass & Miller, W U Eantorby. J M Easou, N
? manuel, Frasor & Dill, O D Franko, J F Flckon, Grae
ser 4 Smith, O Oravoloy, J H ?raver, Mrs C A Orlswold,
Hart h Co, Uopaeu ic Hutphon, W 8 Ilcuory, J Hork
amp, O H Hoppock, A IUlng, King & Casaidey, Ellnck,
Wlckonborg h Co. J P Rolo, H Klatto h Co, J is J D
Kirkpatrlck, E LaUtto & Co, D Lopez, L Lorontz, N Le
vin, Jr, M Marks, L F Moyor. MoLoy & Ilico, W Mat
thlcssen, J A Morgan, M?ller h NImltz. J H & D M?ller,
Mchrtona h Wohltmann, Maoullar, Williams & Parkor
D O'Nolll, B O'Neill, J O Olomann, Q I'ierco. W T Pad
don, H T Peake, a W Steffens & Oo, Ilavonel & Barn
well, C Blng, J N Robson, J Rusaoll, Shepherd, Duc h
Cohen. J Small, J Soblr er, J B E Sloan, E B Stoddard
& Co, W B Smith h Co, E Schnell h Oo, A Stonhouao,
W Q Templo, U S steamer Taconey, W O Trott, T
Tuppor h Hon. J B Tognl, Williams h Covort, B Wing
R W Walkor, WlUis & Chisolm, F Woyhmann .V Co, O W
Williams & Co, Webb it Sage. Worner h Ducker, Wey
worth & Euobloch, J Wallach, Yates h Bro, A Zoller,
Agent 8 O Railroad, Agont N E Railroad, Adams Express
Co, Street Bros h Co, National Exproas Co, Southern
Expross Co, and others.
Brig .Ionio A Dovoreaux, Clark Boston, 14 days. Ico
and Mdzo. To P P Locke, Q W Steffens h Co, J Hurk
amp A: Co, N Levin, Jr, Klinclt. Wlckonberg h Co, Streot
Bros & Co, T H Calven, Q W Clark h Co, R W Galo &
Co. U Rug?lo?. M P Curtis, Chisolm Bros, D H Sllcox,
W T Busaoll, E R Cowperthwalt, J Heine, Planter's Ilo
te!, C N Avcrlll h Son, Adams h Front. O H Mo?se & Co,
U A 8olgllng, B F Tutt, L F KoesUr, .1 H A: 1) ?Huiler, W
Marechur, 0 Oravoloy, a B ttafahail. Graeaer Ac Smith, J
M Dtiryca A: Oo.
Steamer Helen Getty, Ingram, 8avanuah?bound
North and put lu for a harbor. Ballast. To tho Master.
Went to Sea. Yesterday. [July 17
Sehr Wononah, K a fiord, Baltimore.
Memo in iidu.
The Savannah Herald of Tuesday, the 17th instant,
says: "Tho American ship John Patten was cleared at
ti.o Custom House In this city, for Liverpool, yesterday,
by Messrs Crane At Uraybill, with a cargo consisting of
2402 bales Upland Cotton and 683 bales Sea Islaud Cot
ton, tho wholo weighing 1,330,607 pound >, and valued at
C0URTENAY & TRENH0LM
(LATE OF NEWBEBRY O. H? 8. 0.,)
'ILL CONTINUE BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON, At
And will bo pleased to see their friends at
NO. 10 BOYCE'B WHARF.
WM. A. OOURTENAY. P. O. TBENHOLM.
GEO. E. PRITCHETT,
COMMIS SION MERCHANT
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON? S. O.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ASS
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porta) o
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, S. O.
I. WILLIS.-..A. B.OHISOLU
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Shipping and Commission MercMs,
N0ETH ATLANTIC WHARF,
AND 128 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A. Getty.K. A. Sonder.8. T. Souder.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO,,
Factors and Auctioneers,
No. 201 EAST BAY,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
ISAAC E. HERTZ & CO.,
No. ?Ol EAST BAY.
OHAKLBSTON, S- O-,
HAVE COMBINED THE SHIP BBOKHRAOE WITB
thoir GENERAL COMMI88ION BUSINESS, and
are now prepared ta procure FBEIQHT3 and OH AB.
TEU8. Masters of vessels having no dlroct Conslgneei
can also obtain Freights or Chartern by applying?
OEO. A. HOPLET h OO. IBAVENEL h OO.
MOTTET, HOCHET h CO. MARSHALL, BEAOH h 00.
WM. P. HALL. ROB'T MUBE h 00.
MOBDEOAI h CO. | WILLIS h CHISOLM.
JOS. H. RISLEY,
General Commission Merchant,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
SUGARS, MOLASSES. ETC.,
No. IIO EAST BAY,
CORNER OF ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
May 33 _
AUSTIN, ANDRUS & CO.,
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET.
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPATCH.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GBO. W. STBFPEKS & CO.
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CC8
TOMEH rand the public tbat,In addition tothrli
WHOLESALE kND RETAIL OR00EBY at the oornti
of King and Clsorge streets, they have now opened?
WHOLESALE 1ND COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 11
Vendue Bang?, where they will bo able to afford their
customers extva faculties. Their firm will comprit.
GKO. W. STKTFZ.K8....V. O. B0_fKB...._ BnEDZJTBKDO.
Maroh IS *H_
S. J. T0WN8END.J. H. HUDSON.
TOWNSEND & HUDSON,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW
SOLIOITOR8 I IST BGaXJITTT,
BENNETTBVILLE, 8. C.
WILL ATTEND TO BU8INE8S IN THE DI8TRI0T8
of Marlboro', Chesterfield, Darlington and
Marlon._8moa _July *3
<_Q? A DAY!?AOfOrlTS WANTIC1? TO
JJtt^D sell a new _d wonderful SEWING MAGPIE5
the emit ohoap one lioanKxL AddnM BHAW ? ?-ABS
SkddAtorl _M_ SsytembeiU
C. K. HUGEE,
No. 137 MEETING-STn
CIIAUL.KSTUN. S. C.
LOCOMOTIVES, RAILROAD IRON
PORTABLE & STATIONARY ENGINES
IRON & WOOD WORK MACHINERY^
SAW MILLS, GRIST MILLS
MILL AND GIN BAND8
WILDER'S SALAMANDER SAFES, Ao.
Kg- Represented by Messrs. M. K. JES90P & OO.,
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMPANY?
Office No. 147 Meeting-street.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight,
Money, and Valuables.
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER"
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
TUE CITY FREE OF
II. II. PLANT,
President, Augusta, Ga.
M. M. QUINN & BRO.,
Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, BTO,
Ho. 5?T ItlNO-HTUKKT,
OHABLBSTON, S_ 0??
Mo. 137 BB.O AD-8TRKKT,
The latest Issues of the press always on hand,
Subscriptions received and Goods dellveredOT fox?
yarded by Mail or Express.
All GASH ORDERS will be promptly attended to.
A. S. HULL, Agent,
B. W. CORNER CHARLESTON HOTEL,
WHERE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF OLOTH8, GAB?
SIMERE8 AND VESTINGS can be had, together
with a choice assortments
Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods*
LINEN AND MDSLIN SHIRTS, jnade; order, in any
y le that may be desired.
MR. JOHN T.FLYNN
Will givo his special attention to the
As usual. lyr June t
F. OPDEBEECK, Proprietor.
THIS HOTEL IS NOW OPENED ON THE EUROPEAN
PLAN. It has been remodelled and refurnished
r o nghont. Tho travelling public, transient visitors, or
1 era. will find in 11 all tho luxuries of a FIRST-0LAS8
I TABLISHMENT, combined with the comforts Of
The location is one of the most airy and pleasant for
a m mer. A H ill lard Saloon for the lovers of thin
eallbfnl exercise Is attached. No pains or expensa
p ared to give entire satisfaction.
May la F. OPDEBEECK.
THIS FIBeT-0LA88 HOTEL HAVING BEEN RENO
VATED and newly furnished, is now open for tho
eoeptlon of the travelling publia
G. McGIHLEY, Proprietor.
May 23 2mo
LA PIERRE HOUSE,
The Subscribers having leased this favorite house, li
REFITTED AND REFURNISHED
IN AN ELEGANT MANNER,
And is noir prepared with the most perfect
appointments for the reception of guests.
Tho flrst posltton among first class llotola will ba
maintained In the future, as In the past.
May 31 Brnos UAKKU A FARLEY.
GEO. B, CRUMP & GO.
AGENTS FOB MANUJJA?T?ItED TOBA00O,
AND WHOLE&iM DEAXEttfl IS
LiiciuoHS, oiiAiH, laouu, l-imic.
Bl'UAIta, IIA If, SALTICO FI.till,
NO uuu JluoAi-' ?UalaUtfl