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United Stilted District Court.
In the United States District Court yester?
day, before Judge Bryan, an attachment on
Informa'lon for violation of the Internal reve?
nue law was ordered against a wagon, two
horses and thirteen boxes of manufactured
tobacco, the property of A. B. Harris, at Che- j
raw, returnable on the 27th instant.
Columbus AL Blackburn was tried and found
guilty on the flrat fourteen counts, and not
guilty on the fifteenth and sixteenth counts of
an Indictment for violating the revenue law,
In reference lo tobacco, and his wagon, two
moles and iour boxes of tobacco were, on
trial, declared forfe?ed to the United States,
and ordered to be exposed for sale.
Tb? ?(?te Supreme Court.
In this court on Tuesday the following busi?
ness was disposed of:
E. J. Moody, appellant, vs. E. B. Ellerbe, re
spondent. Mr. Se lers was heard for appel?
lant; Mr. Harllee for respondent ; Mr. Warley
in reply, for appellant.
Blease A Baxter va. Simeon Pratt. Mr.
Baxter was heard for appellant.
James A. dowell, administrator, et al, vs.
Jane Boozer, et al. Mr. Baxter was heard lor |
THE CROPS IS MANION-.-The Star say?
"Cotton is quietly bleeping where lt waa bed?
ded two and three weeks ago. Cotton pros?
pect bad in this immediate section. Corn
THE FLORIDA STEAMERS.-The Steamer City
Point has been withdrawn for the present
from the Florida line, but the remaining j
?teamer, the Dictator, will continue her regu?
lar trips, leaving Charleston every Tueeday, at j
8 P. M., and leaving Palatka every Friday
morning, and Savannah every Saturday morn?
ing on her return to this city.
EARLY BOSE POTATOES.-Mr. C. A. Chisolm,
the Superintendent of the Ed wan Works, has
shipped to the North twenty barrels of early
Bose potatoes, which were grown at the Etl
wan Works with no other manure than the
EU wan potato compound, and upon soil too
poor and sandy to produce any crop whatever
without the aid of fertilizers. The potatoes
are remarkably large, and taste as well as
FISHING BOAT AND CREW LOST.-About noon
on Tuesday the fishing boat Kate, while com?
ing into the harbor, was capsized off the
Pumpkin Hill Buoy, and her crew consisting
of three colored men named Marcus Eivers,
Riobard Bennett and John Allan, are sup?
posed to have been drowned. Nothing has j
yet been seen of their bodies. Two oars, two
poles, a boom, sprit and rudder belonging to
the boat were cast ap on Morris Island Beach
A NEW ENTERPRISE.-At an election held
by the stockholders of the South Carolina
Planting and Mining Company, on the 14th
Instant, the following gentlemen were elected
directors: William Aiken, R. P. Graham, J. B.
Campbell, H. H. DeLeon, Wm. J. Magrath,
John Chadwick, Wm. M. Lawton, Francis G.
Cart, W. W. Harllee, B. H. Bice, D. Wyatt
Aiken, John L. Manning, James P. Boyce,
Wm. M. Shannon, Gabriel .Cannon. A meet?
ing ot the directors will be held in Charles?
ton, on Tuesday, the 2lst instant, at 12 o'clock
M., at the hall ot the South Carolina loan and
Trust Company, Broad street.
THE SOUTHERN AND ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH j
COMPANY-At a meeting ot the board of direo-1
tors of the Southern and Atlantic Telegraph
Company, held at their office recently, at No. j e
61 New stree :, New York oliy, J. B. Crenshaw,
Esq, was elected permanent president of j g
the company. The stock ol the company was j t
very lally represented, and the transactions
since the company was established are ot the
most satisfactory nature. Mr. Crenshaw ls a
citizen of Richmond, Ya., and is a large and b
one of the original stockholders, and the vigor e
with which be has prosecuted the enterprise 1
ls a fair indi ca tl o n of the success that awaits it. o
CLUBS AND STARS.-Mrs. Nolan, reported t
for allowing tho chimney of her house, No. 73 B
East Bay, to take fire and blaze up at ten p
o'clock Tuesday morning, was fined five dol- c
Primns Green, reported for firing a pistol v
in a bar-room on Broad street, east ot King,
was fined five dollars.
O? three, offenders found lying on the IB
streets in a state of hopeless inebriation, one |*
was discharged, one turned over to the de?
tectives, anti one fined one dollar,
A red cow found promenading King street
. by moonlight, cost her owner fifty cents to re- J u
gain possession of bis property. 181
THE FUNERAL OF THE LATE ALFRED HOGER n
took place yesterday morning at St. Michael'? p
Cb uren, and was largely attended by the most
prominent citizens of Charleston. The lune n
ral cortege arrived at the church without I
display at half-past ten o'clock, when the pall fi
was oorne into the chancel by the younger t
members of the family, consisting ol Messrs.
J. Chapman Huger, T. B. Huger, F. E. Huger, j ti
W. E. Huger, K. K. Huger, D. Huger Bacot, | p
Willis Wilkinson and Rawlins Lowndes. The
services were conducted by the Bev. James
H. Elliott, the Rev. W. S. Trapler, rector of s
tie church, belog present In the chancel. At s
the conclusion, the remains were conveyed to I
Magnolia, where they were Interred ia the ll
family burial lot.
PRESENTATION.-Captain Mathew Revel, of]
the steam tug Relief, was yesterday presented
by Captain John Hanlon with a handsome
pair of sea glasses as a slight acknowledgment s
of the valuable services rendered by him some ?
time ago. This was on the occasion of the "
capsizing of the yacht Annie in the harbor, N
about two miles below Fort Ripley, when B
Captain Revel took ont the Relief and brought
the yacht np to the docks. The presentation S
was made yesterday afternoon on board or the d
Relief, then lying at South Atlantic wharf, by
Mr. John F. Britton, with complimentary re-1
marks, to which the recipient replied In a be- ^
coming manner. The glasses are o? the flret *
order, and are very powerful. They are in- G
scribed: "Presented by John Hanlon to Cap- 1
tain Mathew Bevel, as a token of esteem lor ^
valuable services rendered April 23d, 1872." v
A CHANCE FOR ALL.-The sale of the mova- B
bleo and personal effects of E. E. Morris, Esq., n
under Judgment, was began yesterday morn- E
lng* by Leitch & Bruns, at their office on S
Broad street. Imported guns and rifles, val- ll
nable plBtols, air-guns, fishing-rods, whips, A
Ac, were all offered in tura to the excited a
crowd, which thronged the entrance and JJ
oater apartment ot the office. A few of the st
articles were sold for little or nothing, while V
at times some rifle or gun of popular make ll
WOOld arouse the enthusiasm of the bidders B
and send the price up to the real value ol the B
Weapon. Aa the day grew on the bidding be- A
Came mc* spirited. Small pistols, ?c., sold j,
for prices that made the hardware men smile, M
and the enthusiasm culminated when three E
silver dollars were pnt up and knocked down IS
at the round som of $4 25 apiece. The sale tl
was altogether a most successful one. All of ft
the articles were disposed of and brought 1500 si
more than the highest figure named by any F
THE SHIPMENTS OF FERTILIZERS.
The followine table shows the quantity of ]
fertilizers shipped from Charleston by railroad
and water, during the first four months of
1872, 1871 and 1870. It must be borne in mind
that' consumption is not indicated with abso?
lute correctness by the figures given, as large
siocks were carried over from both 1870 and
1871. Ata moderate estimate, six thousand
or seven thousand tons remained over lrora |
1871, and must be added to the shipments of
1872 In estimating the consumption of this
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THE NEW TORE VEGETABLE MARKET-The
I ou rn al of Commerce of Monday, May 13,
tays: There ls a full supply of Irish potatoes,
md prices are weak. A few new Southern
lave been on the market and sold at $7a8 per
>bl. Bermuda pota too- bring $9.
FOR THE FATHERLAND.-Messrs. L. Schuck- j
rt, H. Splenoken and A. Stemmermann have
dded their namos to the delegation which
;o?3 from the German Rifle Club, In this city,
o attend the National Sch?tzenfest next
aonth in Germany.
THE AUGUSTA COTTON I-XCHANGE.-Our nelgh
ors of Augusta are all agog over their cotton
xchange now in orocess of organization,
'he aim is first, to keep lo Augusta the oom
aisBlons and bonuses derived from the large I
melness in "futures1' alleged to be done in j1
bat city and which now go to New York; and
econdly, by combination, to diminish toe ex
enses of ihe cotton business, espec ally the j
ost of commercial news telegrams. There is [ '
alk of uniting a grain and stock exchange
rlth the cotton exchange.
GERMAN PICNICS.-OU Friday, the 24th in- j
tant, the Freunaschatebund will picnic at
louat Pleasant. The Bund and their guests
rill leave the city at three o'clock in the af
ernoon for Mount Pleasant, where they will
Qdulge IQ the usual pastimes-dancing, Ac
n til nine o'clock. Taey will then take the
teamer and KO en a moonlight excursion
round the harbor. The programme ls
ovel one and cannot fail to afford much
leasnre to the participants.
The Turnverein Society will have their an
ual picnic at Mount Pleasant next Monday
"ue members will assemble at their hall In
ull uniform at 8.30 A M., and march thence
o the boat wi tu the Palmetto Band
The annual picnic of the Br?derliche Bund
ook place yesterday at Porcber's Farm and
assed off most agreeably. The members
tlth many invited guests and a large number
fi he lair sex, went up at an early hour by
pedal train on lue Northeastern Railroad, and
pent the day in dancing, shooting, racing, Ac,
hey returned in the evening after a most de
ghtful day. '
Hotel Arrivals- May 19.
John H. Buchanan, Chester; J. Gorham
avannah; B. F. Hutchings, Anderson; L. N.
ealey. Columbia; Frank p. Beard, Orange
urg; Wm. Sloane, Columbia; J. D. Wiggins,
'ew York; Tbos. F. Greneker, Newberry; J
Carrigan, Wright's Bluff; Mr?. A. C. Lan
aster, Mrs. H. A. Towies and two children
on th Carolina; L. McCants, Col le ton; B. An
A A. Gilbert, W. P. Smith, Sumter; J. J
tewberry, J. R. Phillips, South Carolina; J.
L Johnson, Marlon; T. B. Lewltt, New York;
I. S. Barr, Williamsburg; E. A Marshall,
.hiladelphla; W. Noble and wife, A. G. Noble,
loston; M. L. Harrison, Washington; C. A
Whams, Boston; J. B. Shaffer and wife, Ohio;
.. F. Pierson, Orange, N. J.; J. 8. Fillebrown,
I Terry, South Carolina; C. W. Lewis, Bultl
lore; J. T. Owzts, H. T. Wright and lady,
dgefleid; W. T. Miller, Miss F. E. Miller,
par tanbury; A. G. Jones, Savannah; S. S
[orton, New York; R. M. Hadda, J. M. Giles, | j
bbevllle; Daniel Maule, Chas. Mablach, Phil
delphia; H. G. Robinson, Rhode Island; F. A,
ockray, Florida; J. Vanderpool, wife and
?vant, Geo. H. Purser and wife, New York;
r. B. McKee, Savannah; W. W. Benjamin,
[rs. G. B. Flint, Sing 8ing; P. F. Davenport,
oston; R G. Cole, G. Sprague, Florida; G. F.
rown, New York; C. 0. Lake, Chicago; 8. G.
mold, wife and child, Miss F. B. Arnold, R.
, Arnold, Mies S. A. Arnold, Rhode Island;
tra. D. A. Dabold, H. B. Beebe, Florida; T. E.
tant, M. D., Mrs. C. M. Hunt, W. M. Hunt,
lew Jersey; H. G. Robinson, Providence;
[rs. K. Ru-hnell. New York; 8. G. Howe,
[isa Howe, Misa Denby, Boston; W. A. Hud
on and wife, Bouth Carolina; M. Baultleur,
iorid?; Wm. P. Jacobs, H. Strong, T. F.
OOzer, South Carolina. i
TBE BUHNS CHARITABLE ASSOCIA?
A Novel Picnic-Mount Pleasant Exci?
ted- National Sport?, Sic.
The second annual picnic ol (he Burns Char?
itable Association touk place yesterday at
Mount Pleasant, and was altogether one ol
the most unique and successful picnics of the
season. The society, accompanied by their In?
vited guests and a large numoer of ladies,
took the steamer at ten o'clock lor Mount
Pleasant, where the large dancing hall had
been freshly decorated for their arrival. Prpsl
dent A. Cameron then made a lew remarks,
welcoming the guests, <tc. The fine baud
which had been brought along was now placed
in position, and the merry company beguiled
the hours pleasantly away until one o'clock.
The pastimes of the association then begau,
and the flr-t game was quoits.
About a dozen members engaged, - I the
contest was a cose one until Mr. Wm. McIn?
tosh ended the dlscue-sion (ahem !) by scor?
ing his thirteen, with three hubs. The prize,
consisting of half a dozen si,ver teaspoons,
was awarded bim. Mr. A. Cameron came next
and Mr. Geo. M. Martin third.
Tne running jump was the next game, ia
which Mr. G. M. Levack won the silver cup,
by clearing thirteen feet niue inches. Mr.
Jonathan Shaw came next, with twelve feet
The old fashioned putting the stone came
next. The competitors being required to
throw a twenty pound Iron bolt by pushing
out the right arm while standing In
one place. Mr. Geo. M. Martin won the prize, J
a sliver cup, having "put the stone" twenty
five feet nine inches. Mr. G. M. Levack came
The next prize was a beautiful fan, to be
given to the lady who threw the light ham?
mer farthest The fair competitors crowded
Into the list, and the contest was sharp and
decisi ve. The prize was awarded to Miss Mc?
These unusual kind of amusements by de?
grees attrae'ed a crowd, and at this point
about three hundred persons of all ages and
sexes had gathered from the remotest corners
of Mount Pleasant to watch the strange pro?
ceedings. The excitement which hod arisen
knew no bounds, when the next game was
announced as a blindfolded wheelbarrow race.
Six competitors offered themselves, were
shown the goal one hundred yards distant,
and told to n.lnd the direction. They were
ihen securely blindfolded, furnished each wlih
a wheelbarrow, compelled to turn three times
around, and_ the word "20" was given.
Loud cheers and Incontrollable laughter were
heard as the racers started off, in every ima?
ginable direction, and the fun was fast and
furious until the judges ordered a halt. It
was then found that Mr. G. M. Levack had ar?
rived nearer to the goal than any ot the
others, and the prize, a flue meerschaum pipe,
was awarded him.
The next trial was equal to the last. A track
of one hundred yards was measured, with
three hurdles, each twelve Inches high. En?
tries for the hurdle race were then called for,
and each competitor was enveloped from bis
neck downwards In a strong crocus bag. At
the word the racers bounded off, more upon
their heads than otherwise, and rolled and
tumbled along the course, to the Infinite
amusement of the lookers on. The hurdles
were fallen over in fine style, and at length
Mr. A. Dougal reached the goal first and won
the prize. These were then presented, with
appropriate addresses by President Cameron,
Mesera. Robb and Shaw.
O her amusements were then had until the
shades of even lng gathered the happy party
la the large ball room. Lights were pro?
cured, and Terpsichorean enjoyments, In
which the Scotch reel and other national
lances played a prominent part, followed.
About nine o'clock the company took the
steamer aud reached the city after the most
iellgbtful of days and a most enjoyable and
PHOSPHATE WORKS FOR SALE.-The exten?
sive works and real estate of the Farmer's
Fertilizers Company are to be sold at auction
.his morning by Mr. Hutson Lee at the foot of
Broad street. The property cost originally
iver forty thousand dollars, and the sale al?
fords an excellent opportunity for either specu
ation or permanent investment.
CLUB MEETINGS.-Ai a meeting of the Wag?
oner Artillery Club, he.'d last eveulng at Lind
itedi's Hall, the invitation of th? Irish R ile
jlub to participate in the paraue and subse
juenc festival of the latter on the 27th and
!8th instants, was received and accepted. The
irma for the Wagener Club, consisting of the
ihort Enfield rifle, arrived yesterday on the
lanhattan, having bjen ordered out through
des s rs. J. E. Adger & Co. These rifles are
lrst-rate weapons, and will enable the club to
nuke a handsome show on the parade and
loubtleBS a still belter one In the target shooi?
ng which will loll ow.
The Sumter B-fle Club held a meeting last
light at Wilson's Hall, tor the purpose ot con?
dering the Invitation extended by the Irish
ilflo Club to participate In their parade and
estival. The Invitation was unanimously ac
Meetings This Day.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at 8 P. M.
Germania Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
Charleston Social Mounted Club, at half
past 3 P. M.
Committees of Grant Cavalry, at 8 P. M.
Irish Volunteers, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sale* Tuts Day.
Hutson Lee will sell at ll o'clock, near the
?ostofflce, valuable phosphate works.
P. B. Lalane & Co. will sell at half-past 9
?'clock, at their store, crockery.
Jeffords & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
tore?, hams, shoulders, &c.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
tore, cassimere, dry goods and notions.
Lauroy, Alexander ? Co. will sell at 10
relock, at their store, sugar, tobacco, &c.
BUS IN EH a NOTICES.
THE PROPERTY belonging to the estate of
he late C. D. Happoldt will be sold at auction
it a date to be fixed hereatter, and of which
lue notice will be given.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS!-Louis Cohen
t Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
lublic to their F;jsh Stock of Dress Goods,
usc received, comprising the latest novelties
.nd styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
1er cent, below their cost of Importation. A
all ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
lo., No. 248 King street. mayl6
PANAMA HATS, also Gent's Coals, Vests and
'ants Cleaned and Renewed at Olio Sonn?
i's, Dyer, Wentworth street, near Artesian
FRESH STOCK.-Messrs. Louis Cohen & Co.
ave Just received a I resit stock o? handsome
ress goods which they are offering at twenty
ve per cent, below cost, and to which they
?vite the attention ot purchasers.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
5, $6 60 and $8 50 per thousand, according
j size, at T?us NEWS Job Office. J
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King j
street, offer for this week the following bar?
gains: 200 10-1 Allendale Quilt?, $1 37?; 150
11-4 Allendale Quilo?, $1 50; 100 12-4 Allendale
Quilts, $1 62$; 100 104 Honeycomb Quilts,
$140; 100 10-4 HoDeyoomb Quilts, bordered,
$1 CO; 10 pieces Black Stripe Japanese, 75
cents; 10 pieces Colored Japanese, Plain and
Check, (oew arrival.) 75 cents; 20 dozen
Ladies' Undervests, 75 cents; 20 dozen Black
and Buff Parasols, 50 cents. Furchgott, Bene?
dict & Co., No. 244 Kiog street. mayl3
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-sluth
DUTCHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER sweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Poid by dealers everwhere.
THE LATEST 8TTLES of Summer Cloths for
boys' and men's wear have been received at |
Furchgotl, Benedict & Co. apr29
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
card printed on his envelopes.
MARK TOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stenoll
I Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Boom. . oct 14-th
GAMES 1 GAMES !-Magic Hoops, Building
Blocks, Alphabet Blocks. HASEL STREET BA
! ZAAR. feblS-th
TE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Brauch of the Hasel street es?
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are j
now sold at 60c. each. HASBL STREET BAZAAR.
PLATING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c.
per pack. H?sel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Boom._ febl9-m
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscop'.o vlewa of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
The following directory of the Health De-1
partirent has been prepared by Dr. George S.
Pelzer, the City Registrar, and ls published
for the information of the public:
Office of Board of Health and city Registrar at I
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Hon. John A. Wakener, residence No. 64 St.
Philip street, Mayor, Chairman.
General W. O. DeSanssure, Ward No. 1, resi?
dence No. 27 East Battery.
George H. Moffett, Ward No. 2, residence No. 10
Thomas M. liane Kel, Ward No. 3, residence No.
47 Hasel street.
Captain Jacob Small, Ward No. 4, residence No.
4 Bull Btreet.
Thomas D. Dotterer. Ward No. 6. residence
northeast corner Henrietta and Meeting streets.
H. B. Olney, Ward Nu. e, residence No. 140 Oom-1
Thomas D. Rason, Ward No. 7, residence No. 78
William L. Webb, Ward No. 8, residence No. 87
Rutledge avenue. '*
George S. Pelzer, M. D., city Registrar, resi?
dence No. 48 Cannon Btreet.
Eil Geddings, M. D., residence No. 16 George I
J. P. Chaza'. M. D., residence No. 6 Wentworth
On Hospitals and Dispensaries-Drs. Pelzer,
Geddings and Chazal.
On Low Lota, Drainage and Nuisances-The
Mayor. Dr. Pelzer and Messrs. Hanckel, So.aU
On Burid Grounds, Sextons and Hearnes-Dr.
Chazal, General DeSauBsnre and Mr. Monett.
On labile Institutions-Dr. Geddlugs and
M sars. Eason, Doiterer and Omey.
on Epidemics. Pubitc Hygiene and Quarantine
-Drs. Geddings, Chazal ami Pelzer.
On Accounts-Drs. Pelzer, Geddings and Cha
are open at the upper and lower wards Guard?
house, and citizens are requested to report all
nuisance* prejudicial to the public health aa
prompt y aa possible, at either of the above named
Mazyck st eet, above Queen street. Sarg-on In
charge, J. s. hulat. M. D. Residence aud office,
No. 205 Meeting street.
Marine Depart meat, city Hospital, Mazyck
street. Surgeon In charge, J. S. Buist, M. D.
II KA LT II DISTRICT NO 1.
Bounded on the non it by centre of Calhoun
str< et. on the east by Cooper River, on the s uth
by >outh Battery, aud un the west Dy centre of
Physician lo charge. Dr. Manning Simons.
Olli e anti residence. Church street, above Broad,
next to tne Charles on Library building.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 2.
Wes' ern Division, s turras' Dispensary. Bounded
on the north by centre of calhoun street, on the
ease by centre of Sleeting street, ou the south by
South Ba tery and Ashley River, and on the west
by As* ley River.
Physician lo charge, Dr. Joseph Yates. Office
at siiirra'd Dispensary, Society fatreet, between
King and Meei lug streets, h es ide nee No. 14 Lib?
The physician in charge of thia district ls re?
quired to attend nt the Lower Wards Guardhouse
wn.n called upon.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 3.
Bounded on the north by City Houndary. on the
east by cooper River, on the soutu by ce itre of
di noun street, and on the west bj contre of
Ph j - ic an lu charge. Dr. J L. Ancrum. Office
and residence No. 10 Mary street, opposite Ei.za
The physician lu charge of this district Is re?
quired to attend ac the Almshouse when called
HEALTH DISTRICT NO 4.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on the
east by centre or Smith street to Cannon street,
then by eeutre of Caunon to Kutleuge avenue,
then ny centre or i ntlcdge avenue to George
street, and tneu by a line running n the same di?
rection through to City Boundary, on the south
by centre or calhoun street, and on the weat by
Physician lu charge, Dr. T. Cringe Simons.
Office No. 18 Ashley street, onpostte United States
Arsenal. R?sidence No.21 Rutledge avenne, op?
posite Radcliffe street.
The phy-ldan in charge of this district is re?
quired to attend at the Old Folks' Home when
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 6.
Bounded on the north by city Boundary, on the I
east by centre oi Meeting street, on the s ut h by
centre or eel ROU n street, and on the west by cen
t re of Smith street to cannon street, then by cen?
tre of Caunon street to Rottedge avenue, then by
centre or Rutledge avenue to Grove street, then
by a line running in the aame direction to city
Physician In charge, nr. Isaac W. Angel, or
flee and residence, st. Philip street, apposite the
The physician Ia charge of this district ls re?
quired to attend at the Upper Warda Guardhouse
when called upoD.
From 8 to 0 morning; from 2 to 3 afternoon.
All dispensary patients who are able shall be
required to attt-ud at the office of the heall h dis
trict to wh ch they may reside during the above
specified office hours. The physicians In attend
ance win aflurd medical and surgical re lef and
medicine* gratuitously to ail destitute sick poor
persona, residents of their re.speclve districts
applying for treatment, who may, lu their opin?
ion, tie entitled to dlspeusurj relief.
It ls recommended that office patients attend
punctually at the beginning of the office hours.
Calls may be len on tne slate at any time during
the day at the respective offlcea, aud at night at
the residences or the physicians In charge. The
numher and street mustbe carefully given m all
applications for attendance at home.
COM M KIWI AL NEWS.
BARCBLONA-Per Span brig Timoteo-893 bbls
rosin, 77uo feet lumber.
NBW YORE-Per steamship Georgia-80 baga sea
Island cotton. 393 bales upland cotton, 157 bales
domestics and guods, 171 tierces rice 225 turtles,
800 hbls naval stores, 316 bales waste, 30 bbls po?
tatoes, and 147 packages sundries.
i WILMINGTON, May 74.
SPIRITS TURPKNTINB.-Sales of 400 casks at eoe
per gallon I >r southern pickages. Market Arm.
ROSIN.-s ,lea of 950 bula at $3 for >o. 2 $3 37*
a$3 ?io for ? o. l. $4*6 f r low pae, $6 60 for pale,
$U tor extra pate, and $7 for window glass.
CRUDS IURPBNTINK -sales or 117 bbls at $2 60
for hard, $3 25 tor yedow dip, and $4 26 for
TAR-Has advanced 40c. Sales of 106 bbla at
$3 25 per bbl. Market firm.
COTTON.-salea of 6 bales at 2l>io per lb.
Die Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NlWS. 1
WEDNESDAY EVENING. May 16. 1872. J
COTTON.-There was a good and well sustained,
Inquiry for mis staple at full, and In some cases,
slightly stronger rates. Sales about sou bales
say 1 at 18, 29 at 19X. 16 at 20#. 65 at 21, 59 at
21tf, 47 at2l??, 48 at 22, 43 at 56 Uttif, 150
at2Jcf)ft. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.20 GtiVA
Low middling.22 @
Rios.-Tins market was qnlet, wita moderate
iransactions, at unchanged prices. Saes 73
i lerces or clean Ca-o ina, say 40 tes at VA, and 33
on private terms. We qu^te common to rair at
1?V/t, good 8@8#c* ft.
NAVAL STORKS.-hecrlpts 144 bbls spirits and
632 bbls rosin. No transactions in spirits report?
ed. Pine rosina were dal), common were Arm,
with holders ashing an advance; sales 1000 bbls
extra pale $s 5. @6 75, pale $6 26, low pale $5 75?
6, extra Ko 1 $4 76@5, No 1 $4@4 25, luW No 1
$3 50, extra No 2 $3 25, No 2 and low No 2 J3,
strained $2 75; also, about loo bbls s .ft rosin at
$1 under the above quoratlons. crude turpentine
may be quoted itt $3 75 for virgin, $2 00 for yellow
dip, and $1 00 for hard.
^asmara,-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi
jalon uplands, nominal on Bea Islands; via New
fork, Xdon aplands, Vd on sea islands; by sall,
Md on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Sarre-on uplands. Coast wise-to New ? ork by
iteam $2 on upland! and - on sea islands; $1 60
ft tierce m rice; oy sall J?c V ft on cotton; - fi
tierce on rice; 60o fl barrel on rosin ; ts * a on
mm ?cr; $10 fi M on Umber. To Boston, by sall?
ee fl ft on upland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
taff $9 60^10 60; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $9 9 M on boards, Xe fl ft oa
cotton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York rates.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
ny sall, $8 H M on boards; $9 60@10 on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $8e$3 50 ou phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team MO fi ft by sall, $6 60@7 fl
M on boards; ts@8 60 on timber; $8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rock. Teasels are in de?
mand by oar merchants to take lamber freights
.'rom Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satilla River,
la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
md $io@n f> M are the ratea on lamber and
EXCHNOB.-Sterling 60 day bills 23%@23%.
DOMESTIC EXOHANOK.-The banks pur hise
sight checks on New York at par, and sell at ii?
X premium. Outside they purchase at M60X
fl cent, premium, and sell at 3-16@X p rem inn.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 15.
Noon.-Consols 93. Bonds 897?.
Ev Ding.-uonsois cosed at 93 for money and
63 \ for account.
FRANKFORT, May 16.
Noon.-Bonds 9 '? \.
PARIS, May 16.
Noon.-Rentes 64f 77c.
NEW YORK, May 16.
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks strong. Gold
duU"tl3V. Money firm at 7. Exchange-long
oy. ; short lOJtf. Governments strong and Steady.
Evening.-Freights firmer Money easy ut 6*7 on
call. rxchange9X.Goidatl3Xal4. Loans lt? 6 for
carrying. Governments steady; new Oves 11%,
elghtv-ones 18X, Mitty- twos 13X; Tennessees 70??,
new 7???; Vlrmuias 60, new 65; Louisianas 69, new
60; levees sixes. 60, eights 7?; Alabama", eights
85, aves 60; Georgias, sixes 70, sevens 89; North
Carolinas 86, new 20X; &outh Carolinas 45.
LIVERPOOL, May 15.
Noon.-Cotton opened strong; uplands lld,
Orleans n>4'd. Monday and Tuesday next will
be holidays tn the cotton market.
Later.-Cotton strong; npiands llallXd, Or?
leans uxallXd; sales 20,000 bales; speculation
and export 6000 bales.
Latest -Cotton ck sed unchanged.
NSW YORK, May 16.
Noon.-Cotton qnlet; sales 120 bales; uplands
23J?C, Orleans 24-?c.
Evening.-Cnttou^nlet; uplands 23jic, Orleans
24 >;c; sales 376 bales.
PHILADELPHIA. May 16.
Cotton quiet; middlings ?wc; net recelp:s 208;
gross 268; sales 260; stock 13.000 bales.
BALTIMORE, Mav 16.
Cotton strong; middlings 23Xc; net receipts
295; gross 296; exports coastwise 486; sales 495,310 I
lost evening; stock 4980 bales.
. is OR FOLK May 16.
Cotton qnlet; low middlings 22c; net receipts
210; exporta coastwise 40; sales 50; stock 2201:
WILMINGTON, May 16.
Cotton Arm; middlings 22Xc; net receipts 17;
StOCK 2498 ha.es.
SAVANNAH. May 16.
Cotton Ur m and In fair demand; offerings light;
middling 22X; net receipts U9 hales; sales 75;
A ru DST A, May 16.
Cotton quiet and steady; middlings 22%; re?
ceipts 80 bales; sales 800.
MEMPHIS, May 15.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22??a:?3o; receipts 180
MOBILE. May 15.
Cotton firm; mlddlngs 22Kc; net receipts 90 |
bales; sales lUOO; stock 17,786.
NBW ORLEANS. May 16.
Cotton ?crive and higher; middling 23Xc; net |
receipts ??66 bales; gioss 29s; expo, ts tu ham?
burg 360; to Genoa 1851; sales 6000 ; stuck
PROVISIONS AND PR0BUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. May 15.
Noon.-Breadstufls quiet. Lard 40s Cd.
NBW YORK. Msy 16.
Noon.-Flour dall and declining. Wheat . nil
and heavy. Corn dull aud nonilnally lower.
Por? qnlet; new mess 813 76. Lard dull; steam
9l?a9??c. Turpentine firm at 69a69xc. Rosin
quiet, ana arm; ?trainci 83 70.
Evening.-Southern flour doll; common to fair
extra $8 75ail 20; good to choice $11 25al3 60.
Whiskey firmer at 90c. Wheat heavy 3 >6u lower;
?inter red Wea om $2*2 us. corn heavy and
li.Wir, western mlx-d ? float 76a76)?c Purk quiet
and steady at $13 7&alS80. Lard BXa9Xc. Tor?
pente 69a?9xc. hoslu$8 7e.
ST. LOUIS, May 16.
Flour firm; doable extra winter $7a7 76. Corn
firm ht 41.4/Ko. Whisaey 83Ka?4. Poik $12X.
Otear rib sides 7Xa7Xc LaidSXc.
Ur-ciNNATi, M?y 16.
Corn advanced to 63a64c. Poik and lard un?
changed. Bacon steady; sides 7X*7Xc Whis?
key advanced to ssc.
LOUISVILLE, May l&.
Pm visions quiet and timi. Pork $12 76. MdeB
7Xa7Xc. Lard 9al0c. Whiskey firm at 86a86o.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ROOK HILL, May 13.
Since our last report the maiknt has rm- d dall J
bm steady. To-day prices are rather firmer. w>
tjuote middling 2i^a2i^c; sales ol the week26
COLUMBUS, May 18.
Our market limited demand; ml idlings 2txc;
receipts tbr e days 34 baies, against 56 last week
and 72 corresponding week 1871. Shipped three
days 3 ?2 b.i les, against 69 and 720. Saies 10 bales ;
MONTOOMBRT, May 13.
Cotton market Arm with Rood demand; good
ordin?r? 20>?e ntrlctgoodordinary 2i>;, low mid?
dlings 22c, iiilddllngs 22KC_
Per steamship Georgia, for New York-Miss
Wintf), Chas Wints and wife, Mrs and Miss Lea
?itt, B s Buker, J C Holden -nd wife, Mrs Taber,
W F Morgan, A sherman, a B Wella and wire, J B
Stewart, Master Webs, Geo Joh OMI in and wire, Jas
Healy, two Minsen Johnson. J M Wilson, M.ss S R
WU an, J W Ballock, aal-a HallocK, L Lauge, Mrs
L E Young, Ernst achramn, J K Ru-sel), Miss Rus
sell, B Sprlnz. Mrs i> Pa ne, Master Payne, Miss
Berry, Ralph Well? and wile, Miss Annie Wells, E
L Kinney and wife, Miss Cai Hu, b B >B*W, A F
Dalrymple, M Mcbain, Wm U Smith, Mrs A Sum?
mer, child and servant. i> Bucll and wire, Mr and
Mrs G E slocum, Mrs Hooker, (i E Gregg, John F
sehr der. H W Hailock, M M Kmgmnn, H?nry S
Cope, W H Wheeler, Lieut bates, Mrs Lient Potter
and sou, H aegelken. Allen G Jones, Mrs band
man, two* children and nurse, J steane, P Con
wav, wi e, two childi eu and nurse, s M Rains, W
M ?gln, Mr snow, wlte and child, A W Kel.ey, W
L Jessup and wire, Chas K Brenton, Mrs Webb. A
Howe Mrs stevens, Dr Rogers, M. * s Rogers, Mrs
and Mas Morgan, W U White, MIHS wni e, Miss
Meses, J C Dedendorf, Rev H A O Walker, Miss O
A Foote, Miss Walker, R B Helos, Miss Noel, M HB
Valentine, Mr and Mrs Kirk, Geo T Whitney, Mr
and Mis* Samuels, F Whitney, Mrs Crowed, Chas
McLean, O F Peitit, OJ rettie, Miss Mackin, G S
Rr un u ell, S L Harding, wife, child and nurse, E B
Anderson, Mr and Miss Shirley, and 7 deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Way Lan-> logs-Mrd
Baker and son, Mra Crawley, Mrs W T McNelty,
ctiiui and nurse, E A Marshall, W Harrison, and
i on deck.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka vis
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah-Col R
Q Cole, T K 11 nut, wife and child, Mrs BuBiineli, H
B Beerie, W M Hunt. Mra Daball, u F Brown, Mrs
Horgan and child, Mr Bull nd and wire; George lr
Grauger atid wife, B Aud ews, F A Dockery. B G
Frith, J Ferguson, wife and two children, Jacob
Vanderoool, wi e and maid, Mr Dunn, Gen Jno T
Spragu?, Capt Sands C O Liike, T F Davenport,
? H Purser and wife. Geo H Purser. Jr. Dre L G
Uber, KG Arnold, Miss Arnold and aervam, s Q
Arnold, ?ire a d chi d. Miss Arnold, Mr McKee,
nra Douglass and child, aud 16 deck.
Per steamer Water Lily, iroui EtUsto, Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landings-Dr D T
Pope, lady and child, Mrs Col Edlnga, Miss Edings
and servant, Mrs fl O Lancaster, Mrs H A Towles
and two children, E M Baynard, Jr, O H Middle?
ton, R E Jenkins, Mrs Denera and two children, <
Receipts per Railroad, May 15.
80CTE C AUOLtNA RAILROAD.
98 bales or cotton, 20 bales Roods, 294 bola
naval stores. 2 cars st- ck. To Railroad Agent,
Frost, Adger A co, Geo H Walter A co, Kinsman
A Howell, A S Smith. T p Smith, eli? pe m A CO,
Pelzer, Rodgers A co. Bollmaon Bros, Mowry A
".OD, Sloan A Seignloua, Barden A Panter, Ohaa
Lelbenrood. B O'Neill. Jno 'dane kel, J Campsen A
co, Jeffords A co. G W Williame A co, W 0 Bee A
co, and Jno Sayas
35 bales cotton. 69i bbls naval stores, cara lum.
ber, miiae, Ac. To Wbllden A Jones, Kin man A
Howell, Barden A Parker, Chas Lelbenrood. T T
Chapean A co, T P smltn, T H * W De wees, A J
Salina?, G"0 A Tren liol m A Son, Mowry A ?on, W
Ball, H Bnlwinkle, Railroad Agent, and Order.
PORT G AX. EX DAB,
New Moon. 7th, 7 hoars. 60 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 16th. 10 boors, 46 min mes, morn'g.
Full Moon, 22d. 5 hours, 49 m?nate?, evening.
Last Quarter, 29th, 8 hours, 53 minutes, morning.
6 . 2
B. A S.I
CHARLESTON, 8. C.MAY 16, 1672.
.at se deg 46 min as sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 nun 27 sec.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings.
1 bag sea bland cotton, mdse, Ac. To Ravenel,
Holmes A co, M Trlest. Knock, Wlckenberg A co,
D McPherson, Wm L Webb, W Mathewson, came?
ron, Barkley A co, H Buch?n* A co, southern Ex?
Steamer City Point, MoMfllan, Palatka via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and savannah. 6 bales
co ton, 20 bales moss, 187 emptv bbls, and 15 pkga
mdse. To Kavenel A cn, J D Kirkpatrick. J L A
co, vv M Bird A co. Terry A Nnlao, F E hchroder,
S Wer er, w H Boring, P Weimar, S Metzler, w
Harr.-1, H D Stoney, J A Rnslow A co, and others.
steamer Water Lily, Toglio, Edlsto. Enterprise
and Way Lanuinss. Mdse and sundries. To D
Nisbet, s A Woods de, Wagener A Monsees, C C
Briggs, Kinsman Bros.
IN THE OFFING.
Norw bark Christiana. Mease), Cardiff- 60 days.
Railroad iron. To Rav?nel A co. Vessel to Hen?
British bark Fille de l'Air, Jones, Cardiff.
Steamship Georgia, Crowed, New Tork-Wag?
ner, Hager & co, WA Courtenay.
Spanish brig Timoteo, Matlstany, Barcelona
W P Hall.
Steamship Georgia, OroweU, from New York.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YOBS, May 16.
Arrived, steamship China.
Arrived out, s team A hips Atlantic, Weser, City
ol London and Batavia.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 16
The Avondale. Adams, np.Jin 18
Br bark Onward, Evans, up.April 12
The Georgiana,-, up.April 17
The Essex, Smith, aalled.March 26
The Carl N Dobeln, S te?an, sailed..Jan 10
The Christiana, Messel, sailed.March 22
Br bark Fllle de l'Alr, Jones, cleared.March 16
Br bark Perseverance, Cook,.np.March 20
The Lalla, Goudy, sailed..-.Feb 27
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Rich, aalled.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Woffer, sailed.April 8
Nor bark Columbia, Svendsen, cleared.May 1
BngE H Kennedy, Hallett, cleared.April 26
Brig Minnie Abby, Harding, cleared.May lo
Brig Caroline Gray, -. up...May ll
Sehr Myro.er. Brown, cleared.May 6
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, op.May 6
Sehr Ella M Pennell, Mitchell, cleared.May ll
sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, up. .May ll
Bark Alice C Dix, -, cleared.April 2 j
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