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THE BOAT RACE.
A Spirited Contest in til? ?.?*?".
The threatening weather Saturday f?uer
noon kept people in doors or near home, and
consequently allowed but a very plain assem?
blage upon the Battery. Nothing daunted,
however, by the prospect of having but few
persons to witness their aquatic performances,
the crew pulled down to the White Point
Bnoy, at the hour appointed, and took their
positions; the Rosa nearest the city, the Carrie
on her left, and the Little Belle on the out?
side. Several false starts were made, but at
length they all darted off together at the sig?
nal, leaving long streaks of foam behind
them. The Little Belle at once took the lead,
and for the first halt of the distance gained
gallantly on her antagonists, leaving them at
least three lengths to the rear. Bat the mus?
cles of the other crews, though less active at
the word, were more equal to the task, and
soon the gap began visibly to decrease. A
lew seconda more and the Rosa distanced the
Carrie; then sao drew alongside the Little
Belle; another moment and she passed the
latter too, and the next she dashed by the
stake boat fully four lengths ahead of the Car?
rie, which had also beaten tho Little Belle.
The two defeated boats resigned their colors
to the victor, and then all hands pulled lor
shore to get out ot the rain, which had begun
to lall with a steady patter. The Rosa was
manned by the same crew which havo proved
victorious on most other occasions, consist?
ing of: Coxswain, H. DeSaussure; stroke,
Nott Parker, W. LeBeane, DeSausBure Parker,
and H. Bull, bow.
INCIDENTS OF THE RACE.
At one point in the race, the crew of tho
Carrie made extraordinary efforts to get the
lead of the other boat, but, lust as their efforts
appeared to be telling, the oar of the stroke
Blipped from the lock and flew some distance
from the boat, precipitating the holder under
the seat of the next oarsman.
The ladles and gentlemen In the boat ot the
deciding Judge, as well as those in other boats
anchored near it, were quite disconcerted by
the rain, and huddled close together under a
few umbrellas that bad b^ao carried by the
Another race has been arranged between
the same orews, in regular racers, to take
place about the 15th of August.
THE HEAT YESTERDAY.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 83; 10 A. M., 86; 12 M., 88; 2 P. M., 89;
4 P. M., 90; 6 P. M., 86; 8 P. M., 84.
On Saturday the heat was as follows: 8 A.
M., 83; 10 A. M., 85; 12 M., 86; 2 P. M., 88; 4
P. M., 89; 6 P. M., 83; 8 P. M., 82.
TJNMATLABLB.-The following unmallable let.
tera are In the Columbia postoffice : Mrs. Hen?
derson Briecol, Chester; Wm. Snepherd & Co.,
No. 24 Hayne and No. 35 Plnckney street,
Charleston; J. T. Pendergrass, Ki ogs tree.
PERSONAL.-Captain William A. Courtenay,
whose name has become so prominently iden?
tified throughout the South with the pushing
and well-managed marine transportation fa?
cilities of Charleston, leaves the city this
morning, for a trip across the Atlantic. We
trust tbat his sojourn in the Old World may be
pleasant and profitable, and that he will re?
turn early In the fall, with his energies invig?
orated for the work of the busy season.
. NEW ARTICLE OF COMMERCE.-The rice chaff,
which la the outer covering of the grain and
which ia taken off in the procesa of milling,
has been heretolore considered refuse and
was used for filling up low lots, but is now be?
ing shipped to New York by Wm. Lebby, Eeq.,
of West Point Mill, where it is kept for pack?
ing purposes, and for which use lt answers ad?
mirably, and is an excellent protection to
THE DARLINGTON FAIR,-The Darlington
Agricultural and Mechanical Fair Company
announce their second annual fair, which is to
be held at Darlington Courthouse, commenc?
ing on Wednesday, the 30th of October, and
closing on Friday, the 1st of November. An
attractive premium list has been prepared,
with prizes ranging from one to twenty-five
dollars for articles In every department of the
lara, garden and household, and a creditable
exposition is promised.
Two ACCIDENTS ON THE PORT BOTAL BAIL
ROAD.-The Beaufort Republican Hays : "On
Saturday night, the dow s train on the Port j
Royal Railroad, at the Whale Branch trestle,
had one or two cars thrown from the track,
but no further damage was done, and the train
got In town about four o'clock In the morning,
On Monday night, one or two cara were back
ed off the track on the switch at Yemassee
and the train did not reach Beaufort until
about two o'clock in the morning."
DETENTION OF SAILING VESSELS.-Tho long
prevalence of southwest winds, for many
weeks past, has seriously interrupted the ar?
rivals of sailing vessels at this port, and a
large fleet ara over due. All the steamships
passing Cape Hatteras lately notice quite a
number In that neighborhood which are walt?
ing an opportunity to pass that well-known
point. It haa been blowing so long from a
southerly direction Iba!: a change may soon be
looked for which - viii bring all the delinquents
THE FRISKY STEERS.-One of the steers that
created the commotion in the streets Friday
afternoon, turned up Saturday morning in the
yard adjoining the passenger depot of the
Sooth Carolina Railroad on Line street, and
became so unruly in Ita behavior that passen
g?ra arriving for the train were obliged to
enter the opposite aide of the depot. It was
finally captured after much excitement and
difficulty. Another animal Jumped Into
Cooper River from Central wharf on Friday
Another of these alarming an?mala was dis?
covered on Saturday morning In the neighbor?
hood of the Marlon engine-house, CaGnon
street, and, after many lively antics on its own
part and muon shouting on the part of the
crowd, waa at length roped and taken to a
cattle yard up King street. One ls also said
to have turned up on James Island, probably
that which leapt overboard at South Battery.
THE TIDAL DRAKS-Mr. Louis J. Barbor,
the city engineer, hos been for the past three
days giving to the members of the City Coun?
cil an exhibition of the operation of his plan
for flushing the tidal drains and thus securing,
automatically, the thorough cleansing of the
whole system of drains and sewers underly?
ing the city. The five gates at the respective
outlets of the tidal drains were first put In
thorough repair, soas to hold all the water
that la accumulated at the rising of the tide.
During the incoming of the tide the gates are
left open, so ?.s to AU the drains, and at stated
boors, which are prescribed from careful cal?
culations of the tides, single gates are opened
and the pent-up flood comes with a rush
through that particular channel, carrying with
lt all the filth and sediment that has accumu?
lated. The plan has worked admirably, so
lar, and toe [drains are now in a much better
condition than for many years past.
CITY IXPR O VEXENT S.
New Buildings Springing Up In the
Burnt DUtrlctand KUewlier*-.
In New street, near Broad, Mr. J. H. Hous?
ton ls erecting two very neat cottages lor
Messrs. Bernard & Cohen. They stand upon
adjolnlog lots; are about, eighteen feet front by
thirty deep, and two stories high, and are
covered with tin roofs of the French pattern.
Eaoh will contain five square rooms, with a
kitchen adjoining on the rear, and a porch
frontlog the street. They will be noised about
the 15th of August. Near by, on Savage
street, a colored man is erecting two cottages
of similar dimensions for the Bame gentle?
men. These will be covered with Mansard
roofs, which will give two additional rooms to
each. They will be completed about the mid?
dle of September.
On the south side of Broad street, Mr. John
H. Lopez ls about to erect a two and a half
story wooden dwelling for Mr. E. H. Prloleau,
of the firm of J3hn F. Taylor & Co. Mr.
Lopez Is at present engaged in driving piles
for establishing the foundation, the lot being
made land. The building will be thirty-five
feet front by forty-six deep, and will contain
double piazzas, four square rooms, dressing
rooms and pantries, and two attics. It will be
completed some time in October.
Captain T. H. Graddick, a colored mao, has
nearly completed a two and a half-story wood?
en dwelling on Council street, near Tradd. It
is twenty-three feet front, thirty-seven deep,
and has double piazzas and the usual number
of square rooms, dressing rooms, pantries and
attics. It will be occupied by himself.
Messrs. John F. Taylor & Co., of the Phoenix
Iron Works, are having a new and collossal
sign painted on the south gable of the recent
addltiou to their machine shops. It is five
feet deep, thirty feet long, contains the words
"Phoenix Iron Works, Established 1844, John
F. Taylor A Co.," in huge black letters, upon a
white ground, and stands Just above the par?
Archer's Bazaar, on the corner of King and
George streets, has recently received a new
coat of paint.
On the north side of Green street, between
College and Coming, Mr. A. 0. Jones, clerk
of the House of Representatives, ls erecting a
handsome wooden residence, about thirty feet
Iront by sixty deep, and three stories high. It
has a piazza on each story and is covered by a
slate roof, pyramidal inform, with a neat little
cupola upon the apex. It will be finished
about the middle of August, and will be one of
the handsomest residences on Green street.
The residence of Mr. Robert Adger, upon
Legare street, near Tradd, is undergoing a
thorough overhauliug at the hands of Mr.
John H. Lopez. The whole interior is being
remodelled, new stairways put up. and new
windows and doors cut. The exterior will be
brightened by a new coat of paint.
Messrs. G. T. Alford & Co., the enterprising
proprietors of the Pavilion Hotel, are brushing
np the Interior of their building from the top
story to the basement. The walls and ceilings
have been thoroughly scraped and oiled, and
will receive a fresh coat of white paint in a
few days. The kitchen also has been remod?
elled internally, and will be supplied with new
The old Holland property, situated , at the
east end of Legare street, has been recently
purchased by Major John E. Screven, with a
view to wideniog Friend street, and Mr. Jobn
H. Lopez has already taken down the west
side of the building for that purpose. The
street will be widened thirteen feet between
Tradd and Broad, thus making lt a continua?
tion ot Legare. The expense of extending
the street through the property spoken of
above will be borne partly by Major Screven
and partly by the city. The remaining por?
tion ol the building will be put In complete re?
pair, and used as a dwelling.
MRS. ROSE WATKINS.-This sprightly ac?
tress, wife of Harry Watkins, while perform?
ing at Halifax, N. 8., in the play of "Under
Two Flaire," was knocked down and severely
bruised by the drop scene and roller, which
fell from their position. Mrs. Watkins con?
tinued on In the play, amid applause.
EXAMINATION AT THE CATHOLIC PAROCHIAL
SCHOOL.- -l'he annual examination of the
scholars of the Catholic Parochial School will
begin this morning and the distribution of
premiums will take place at the ball of the
Catholic Institute next Thursday evening,
commencing at half-past seven o'clock. The
friends of the school and of the pupils are In:
vlted to be present.
CLUBS ANO STABS.-James Wallace, charged
with stealing iron from the premises ol the
South Carolina Railroad, was tnrned over to a
trial justice for examination.
lu P. Sw(tmao, a rustic, found lying drunk
in Cook's wagon-yard, at the corner of King
and Mary streets, was admonished to reform
bis habits, and discharged without penalty.
Robert Hunter, for allowing his loaded cart
to be driven through King street, was fined
Jordan & LUienthal, for a similar offence,
were find two dollars.
William Pearson, for selling gooda in King
street without a license, was fined two dollars.
Emma Nichols, a boisterous damsel ol dusky
hue, entered the premises on the corner of
Archdale and Princesa streets, and raised a
lively row. She was carried to the mnin
Guardhouse, and Saturday morning given the
option ot paying two dollars or spending
twenty days in the House of Correction.
R. A. Stol ls, carried before the Mayor for
allowing wild cattle to run about the streets,
I proved that he was unable to prevent them,
and was dismissed without penalty.
Henry Johnson, for belog disorderly on
South Battery, was fined two dollars, and
allowed the ODtlon of choosing twenty days In
the House of Correction.
Samuel Graham, taken up for sleeping In the
Market, was discharged.
Peter Good water got drunk and being una?
ble to find his way home composed himself for
a night's rest at the east end of Laurens
street. He woke up at the Guardhouse and
paid one dollar.
Two pointers found scouring through Tradd
street were returned to their owner on pay?
ment of one dollar for each.
An unfortunate cur taken up in Anson
street will close his earthly pilgrimage unless
Ml owner turns up.
Five cows taken up careering through dif?
ferent parts of the city were turned over to
their owner, without penalty.
A goat taken up in Hampstead Mall was
fined one dollar.
One goat taken up in Anson-street, another
in Cumberland-street, and three in Laurens
street, were fined fifty cents each and given
up to their masters.
William Green was committed to jail Satur?
day by Trial Justice L. I. Woolie for beating
Jane Ladson la Hasel street Friday night.
Robert Butler create*, a row in Inspection
street yesterday. He will go before the Mayor
James Burke gave his wife a beating at the
corner of Yernon and Marsh streets. He was
taken to the Guardhouse.
James Owens became disorderly at the Holy
Communion Church yesterday and struck a
policeman. He was carried to the upper
TECE LATE REV. DR. TRAP1ER.
Feeling Tritjutc to his Memory by tho
Hight ?ci-. B i ? ii op Howe.
The recent death, ai Ballimore, cf the Rev.
Paul Trapler, D. D., waa fittingly alluded to in
I several ol the Episcopal Churches yesterday
At St. Philip's Chnrch, Bishop Howe, who had
only returned on the previous evening from a
visit to the Southern Episcopal University in
Tennessee, made the following touching reler
ence to the life and labors ol the deceased
clergyman at the close o? his sermon:
But I must draw my remarks to a conclu?
sion, and in doing so will, tor a single moment
only, turn the current of your thoughts into
another channel from thar suggested by the
text, though, alas, In the same direction
whither they have been too often turned of
late-the bereavement ol onrdloce3c by the
death of its ciergy. Another well tried soldier
of the cross has been called to his reward.
Another, who was for years foremost, in all
that concerned the welfare of thecnurchln
this State, has been taken to his rest. I can?
not now attempt even to recount, in the
most cursory manner, how intimately our de?
parted brother was associated with the work
o? Christ among us, until within the past two
vears which preceded his death. There was
scarcely any branch of diocesan work with
which he was not intimately associated. He
was quite early in his ministry in charge of a
mission to the poor. He was the rector of one
of our oldest city churcnes He was a member
ol the standing committee of tue diocese, and
for a long time on the board of managers of
the Advancement 8ociety. He repeatedly rep?
resented this diocese on the il ior of the house
of clerical and lay deputies, and impressed Its
members with the earnestness of his spirit.
At home, and in our own diocesan con?
vention, he had few to equal him in
his knowledge of common law, certainly
none to surpass him. Retiring from pa?
rochial work tie becamo a professor in our
diocesan theological seminary, and entered
upon the work there with ali his wonted urdor
mid conscientiousness. Reluctantly, upon the
breaking up of the seminary, and after a short
charge of one of our lnteiior parlsnes, did he
feel compelled to leave the diocese. Efforts
were mude to retain him among us, but they
were not such as to dissuade him from the
contemplated move, and we beheld with una?
vailing regret our brother added to the long
list of clergy who felt that necessity was upon
them to preach the Gospel In other parts of our
But his work was nearly done. Very soon
his native diocese opened her arms to receive
him back agalu, first ia the way of canonical
residence, und last, but finally, to sleep the
sleep of peace in her bosom. For montos
before bis ca 1 to rest, hts Lord set him one
side, and, in Ills wisdom, Imposed upon HU
servant the seclusion of a long and trying ill?
ness. But, though his hoste of friends could
not enter that seclusion, yet that same eye
which saw Nathaniel saw bim all the while,
and, when the hour came. Bent the summons:
"Rise; the Muster calieth for thee." And now
he Is where thereshall be no more night, "and
they should need no candle, neither light pt
the sun; fur the dead, Qod giveth them ligtn.,
and they Bhall reign for ever and ever." Saith
our Lord: "Let your loins be girded about and
your lights burning, and ye yourselves like
unto mea that wait tor their lord wheo he
will return from the wedding, that when he
cometh and knockeih they may open to him
Immediately. Blessed are those servants
whom the Lord, when He cometh, shall find
watching." ? _
THE ENTERPRISE RAILROAD.-It having been
published by the officers ol the Enterprise
Railroad Company, that a considerable portion
ol the work of repaving the streets had re?
cently been done by them, and that the rest
of the work was being rapidly pushed forward,
a reporter of THE NEWS has tak<?n occasion to
go over the entire length of the road to ascer?
tain what amount of this much needed and
long-promised work has been done. It was
found as the result of this survey that the
company has commenced to relay the cobble
stones at the south end of East Bay, and have
actually completed tbe work for a distance of
tbree or four hundred yards or neatly lo Tradd
street. The work even there, however, has
been most imperfectly done, and a large num?
ber of stones are still left lying ia the gutters,
all along the sidewalks. This Is absolutely the
only point at which the process of repaving
bas been started, and the condition of the rest
of the street?, and especially of the plank road
in Chapel and King streets, ls as disgraceful as
before, and demands as much as ever a resort
to prompt, and vigorous measures by the City
GREELEY IN GEORGIA.-A large and enthu?
siastic meeting of Democratic citizens was
held in the City Hall, Augusta, last Sunday
evening, (or the purpose of electing delegates
to the State Democratic Convention to be held
next Wednesday, In Atlanta. The feeling of
the meeting was all in favor of Greeley and
Brown, and speeches were made by Colonel
James Gardner, Hon. H. W. Hilliard and Gen?
eral H. A. Wright, earnestly advocating their
claims, and confidently predicting their elec?
tion. Six delegates and an equal number of
alternates were appointed tor the State Con?
vention, and a resolution recommending the
re-election ot Governor James M. Smith was
Greeley and Brown clubs are forming all
over Savannah, and the enthusiasm In that
city runs high In favor of the philosopher ol
Tue Liberal campaign is belog thoroughly
organized In all parts of Georgia, and tbat
State is spoken of by those journals which
have the best means of formlug an estimate
as eafe for an overwhelming majority for
REBUILDING THE WASTE PLACES.-It cannot
fail to bf noticed (rom the extended accounts
that lr ve appeared from day to day in these
columns, and from the observation of our
readers themselves, that a wonderful Impetus
has lately been given to building operations
lo the burnt district and tba other waste
places ot this city. This Increased spirit o?
enterprise is due in some measure no doubt
1 to the expectation that appears to generally
prevail that the City Council will aot with
patriotic liberality In this matter by remitting
for a certain term of years the city taxes upon
such Improvements as may be commenced
within a specified number o? months upon
any land which ls now without a building. A
petition for such a remission of taxes, Blgned
by a large number 01 respectable and enter?
prising citizens, was presented to the City
Council four weeks ago, but It was then re?
ferred to a committee and has not since been
heard from. The City Council have now an
opportunity of greatly benefiting the building
prospects of the city, for If the mere hope of a
remission of taxes has afforded BO much
stimulus In this direction, lt is Impossible to
tell how much the actual lact might accom?
Hotel Arrivals-Joly 30 and 31.
E. C. Green, South Carolina; s. V. Bunting,
Wilmington; E. A. Scott, Wm. Gorman, Col?
umbia; H. Y. Hall, Atlanta; A. C. Whitney, A.
J. Cole, Boston; Mrs. Clifton, New Fork; Chas.
D. Ashcroft, steamer Georgia; Mrs. C. D.
Forns, Camden; Edwin F. Gary, Columbia;
Thomas C. Can, A. Rutzer, New York; Wm.
R. Hillyer, Florida; Miss N. B. Hatch, Syra?
cuse; Richard S?andenmayer, Baltimore: D.
John Potter, Georgia; R. E. McManus, Aiken ;
J. Yatee, Jr., Mount Pleasant; W. T. Pooser,
Orangeburg; M. Stuart, Flushing Mills; A.
Morgan and son, J. Alexander, wife, child and
nurse, Georgetown; T. M. West. Columbia; F.
H. Flagg, Florida; W. V Sams, Savannah;
Franklin Talllard, Beaufort; L. C. Northrop.
City; D. N. Smith, South Carolina; T. F. H.
Peck, Stono; George F. McIntyre, Joseph F.
Murphy, Joseph D. Pope, Columbia.
TBE VMTED STATES COURT.
Ia the United States District Court, last Sat?
urday morning, held by Judge Geo. B. Bryan,
Mr. Geo. D. Bryan moved on behalf of John
C. Wilson and others for an adjudication of
Involuntary bankruptcy against Abram HarrlB,
of Newberry Courthouse. Various affidavits
were read in behalf of the petitioners, and
the decree was granted and the usual warrant
ordered to be issued to the United States mar?
On motion of the same counsel, upon the
petition of T. W. Davis for a decree of invol?
untary bankruptcy against Lester Brothers, of
Greenville, an order was Issued for the debt?
ors to Bhow cause on the 12th of August, at
Greenville Courthouse, why they should not
be adjudged ban kr up is.
In the case of Wm. Brown, In re Keys &
McCully, bankrupts, petition lor counsel
fees, the registrar in bankrupty reported an
amount which was In his opinion reasonable,
and It was ordered to be paid.
The Trezevant Case.
The motion la the case of Captain W. H.
Trezevant, of Chester, for release upon habeas
corpus, was expected to come up In this court
last Saturday, but District Attorney Corbin re?
fused to proceed with the case without the
presence ol the defendant, who Is now at
large upon a bond of three thousand five hun?
dred dollars. Colonel P. W. Flckllng, counsel
for the defendant, replied that he would have
been present had they known what day would
be Axed for hearing the motion, and he would
answer for his appearance as soon as the tele?
graph and the railroad could bring him.
Judge Bryan decided, however, that he would
have to postpone the hearing until the de?
fendant could be present, and, with the con?
sent of counsel on both sides, lt was fixed lor
Saturday, the 3d of August, at Columbia,
where Judge Bryan will be, on his way to
Greenville. In the meantime the bond was
continued, and C?ptala Trezevant will be re?
quired to attend the examination at the time
and place mentioned.
The court then adjourned until this morning
at half-past ten, when the argument lu the
bankruptcy proceedings against the Green?
ville and Columbia Railroad Company will be
resumed. Mr. John T. Rhett, of Columbia,
will make the first address, replying to the
argument of Mr. G?o. D. Bryan on Friday.
He will be followed by Mr. C. Davis Melton, of
Columbia, on behalf ol the road, and the argu?
ment will be concluded by Mr. A. G. Magrath
In opposition to, and Mr. D. T. Corbin In favor
of, the adjudication of bankruptcy.
CRDMB3.-No business was transacted by the
Criminal Court on Saturday.
The Lincoln Light Infantry announce a tar?
get excursion to-day.
Judge Lee sailed for New York in the
Champion Saturday afternoon.
The United Btates revenue cutter Racer is
now cruising at Beaufort.
Watermelons are a drug In Beaufort market
at twenty cents each.
Governor Scott baa appointed J. E. Glover,
auditor for Colleton County, vice J. W. Bur?
The bulls appear to have got control of the
ice market; prices are high and the commo?
dity ls said to be scarce.
Colonel S. A. Pearce, (who has been elected
a member of the executive committee of the
Liberal Republican party,) returned to Colum?
bia on Saturday, from a Northern trip.
The Wagener Artillery Rifle Club are to be
presented this evening with a stand ot colors,
and will afterward make a moonlight excur?
sion around lite harbor.
In consequence of the threatening weather
on Saturday afternoon, the Charleston Dra?
goon Sabre Club did not have their expected
The whole western ? horizon was brilliantly
illuminated yesterday afternoon, at the setting
of the sun. The clouds far up in the heavens
were of a deep crimson color, varied by occa?
sional Btreaks ol gold.
MORE CONTEMPT OF COORT.-Several per?
sons having claimed possession of a cow, the
case was carried before Trial Justice John G.
Mackey last Saturday, Colonel R. W. Seymour
appearing for one of the claimants. Mr.
Mackey took offence at some action of Colonel
Seymour, and commanded bim to desist, bat
no notice being taken of his command, he or?
dered a constable to arrest Colonel Seymour
for contempt of court. A boisterous war of
words followed, but the colonel was finally
released and the matter amicably settled. This
occurrence gave rise to a rumor, on Saturday
afternoon, that Colonel Seymour had been sent
to jail for contempt of court.
RUNAWAYS.-On Saturday morning a mule,
attached to a small wagon, took fright while
passing down King street, In the vicinity of
Ann, and galloped gayly down town. In Its
headlong career, one of the iront wheels of
the wagon struck a spring cart standing near
the sidewalk, knocking It completely out ol
position, overturning a little boy who sat
therein'and utterly demolishing the wheel.
The little boy was picked up with tears in his
eyes, but no further damage was done.
Later in the afternoon, while a elly wagon
was passing through Line street, between
King and Meeting, a shrill and sudden blast
lrom an engine near by started the horse at?
tached to lt on a wild rush in the direction ol
King street. The wheel struck some Impedi?
ment, the shafts parted with a sharp crack,
and the horse came near taking passage in
a passing street car. Nobody burt.
Meetings Thia Day.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso?
ciation, at 8 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Wagener Artillery Club, au P. M.
Friendship Lodge, A. F. M., at 8 P. M.
Charleston Land Company, at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Fire Engine Company, at quarter
past 8 P. M._
Auction Sale? This Day.
William McKay will sell at half-past li
o'clock, at his store, gloveB, dry goods, Ac.
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all ot our
present stock at extremely low prices.
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street. . july22
DRESS GOODS 1 DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
A Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per c?nt. below their cost of Importation. A
call is respectfully solicited. Lons COHEN A
Co., No. 248 King street. mayl6
NOTIOE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
present stock at extremely low prices.
FI'RCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 60c
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-stuth
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
TE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard
I ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch or the Hasel street es
I tabllshment. ' aprl6
BARCELONA-Spanish bark Carmen-1052 tibia
rosin and 700D feet lumber.
NBW TOBE-Steamship Champion-18 bags sea
leland cotton, 488 bales uplaud cotton, 45 tierces
rice, 38 bales domestic?, t94 bbls rosin, IT hhds
tobacco, loo bbls ii our, 96 empty Dbls, 99 packages
sundries, 3807 watermelons.
BALTiMORE-sieaoishlp Sea Qui!-102 bales cot?
ton, 31 tierces rice, 766 sacks ground phosphate,
382 bbls rosin, 17 bags wool, 2 bales domestics,
70,000 feet lumber, 20 packages sundries.
Tbe Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHABLKSTON NKWB, 1
SATURDAY EVENING. July 20, ma. i
COTTON.-This article maintained a dull char?
acter with a very light Inquiry at unsettled
prices; sales only ia bales, say 2 at 19. 1 at 20, io
at 20XC; quotations nom.nal.
RICK.-There was a good demand for this
grain, with a Eomewbat Armer tone to prices;
saies about, 224 tierces or clean Carolina, say 24
tierces at 6 n-16; co at 7X; 100 at 7X, and 70 on
private terms, We quote common tn fair at 7i3>
NAVAL STORKS.-Receipts 80 bbls spirits turpen?
tine, 514 bbls rosin and io bbls crude turpentine"
Spirits turpentine Armer; sales 100 bb:s at 4tc $
gallon. Rosins were quiet and there were no
sales of note reported. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $316 ior virgin, $2 70 for yellow dip,
and $180 for hard.
KB BIG HTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direst, nomi*
aalou uplands, nommai on Bea Islands; via New
fork, Kd on uplands, \d on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea islands nommai.
To Havre-on nplands. Coast wisc-to New vors
by steam $2 on nplands and - on sea islands;
$1 60 V tierce on rice; soo $ bbl on rosin;
by sall Ko ? tb on cotton; - ft tierce
on rico; coo ft barrel on rosin; $8 fi td on
inmoer; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sali?
do ft ft on upland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
staff $io@io 60; phosphate $6@6 60. Tu Provi?
dence, by sall flo ft Mon boards,xe fl ft on
cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on New York rates,
ro Philadelphia, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
by sall, $8ft M on boards; $9 6o@io on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $3a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam Ko ft ft by sall, $6 60,37 ft
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; (8 26 fi
ton on phosphate rock. Teasels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
'rom Georgetown, S. O., Darlen and Sat ?lia River,
da, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@is fl M are the ratea on lamber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 00 day bills 24X@24?i.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks purchase
sight checks on New York at par? X premium,
and sell at x@X premmlum. Outside they par?
chase at 1-18? X premium, a Jd sell at Meg*
Marketa hy Te leg ra II II.
LONDON, July 20.
Noon.-Consols 92X- Bonds 91 x.
NEW YORE, July 20.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks Arm. Oold Arm
at u\. Money cany at 3. Exchange, long 9X
short 10}?. Governments duli and steady. State
Evening.-Freights quiet. Money very easy at
2a3. SterUng dall at 9Xa?X- Gold ]4,Xal4X
Governments dull aud stead? all day. states
dull and heavy. Tennessees weak- south Caro?
linas dall and steady. Bank eutemerit: Loans
Increased $626,000 ; specie inc re J set $1.375,000;
legal tenders Increased $600,ooi>; deposits In?
LIVERPOOL, July 20.
Noon.-Cotton opened flat; uplands loxd; Or?
Later.-Cotton closed flat; uplands lOXalOXd;
Orleans UKd; sales 6OOO bales; sp?culation and
NEW YORK, July 20.
Noon.-Cotton dnll and nominal; sales 491 bale?;
uplands 22c; Orleans 22XC
Evening.-Cotton dull; sales 441 bales; uplands
22c; Orle-in- 22Xc. Sales of cotton futures to
day 18,200 bale-, as follows: August, 2UX, 20
9-16c; September, 20, 20 i3-lO; October, 19',',
l9Ji; November. 18J?, 19X; December, i?X.
HOSTOS. July 30.
colton heavy; middlings 22!,'; gross receipts
205; sales 100; stock 9000 bales.
PHILADELPHIA, J il'. J 20.
Cotton dall; middlings SSMaSSX*
BALTIMORE, July 20.
Cotton nominal; middlings n2x: net receipts 18;
gross 18; sales 100; stock 1127 bales.
NORFOLK, July 20.
Catto*dad; low middlings ??ox; nei receipts
277: exports coas twite 136; stock 681 bah s.
WILMINGTON, Joly 20.
Cotton dnll; middlings SIM; sales 16; stock 767
SAVANNAH, July 20.
Cotton dall and nothing doing; middlings
21 Kc; net receipts 66 bales; exporta coastwise
223 ; 3 to ck 656.
AUGUSTA, July 20.
Cotton, sales 107 bales: receipts 64: market
dnll and nominal; middlings 2oxc; low mid?
MEMPHIS, July 29.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 22a22Xc; net receipts
MOBILE, Jnly 20.
Cotton dull; middlings22c; net receipts6 eales;
gross 61; stock 1038.
NEW ORLEANS, Jaly 20.
Cotton dull and nominal; middlings 22 jv?a22>? c.;
ne\ receipts 43 bales; gross ll5; exports coastwise
2278; Stock 11,562.
GALVESTON, July 20.
Cotton nominal ; middling iOXc ; net receipts
49 bales; stock 482.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, July 20.
Noon.-Breadstuff's doll. Lard 38s ed.
NEW YORK, July 20.
Noon.-Flour qnlet. Wheu nommai, corn
Arm. Pork dull-mess $13 60. Lard quiet-new
steam 8asji- Tntpentlne firm at 6la6ix. Rosin
qnlet at $3a310 for strained.
Evening.-Flour dull and in favor of bnyers;
common to fair extra $6 85a8 so; choice $8 86al2.
Wheat heavy and 2a8c lower. Oom la2c lower.
Pork dull at $13 60. neef dud. Lard heavy; ket?
tle 9Xc. Navals quiet and Arm. Groceries quiet
BALTIMORE, July 20.
Flour steady; family active. Wheat steady and
unchanged, corn dull; white 77a81c. Oats
southern 3Sa40c. Provisions very strongs Mes i
pork $14 Bacon-shoulders 6&c. Lard dnll at
9aa xe. WhtBkey 92xa93c.
BOSTON, July 17.
COFFEE.-There ls a very firm tone to the coffee
market, and prices continue to be weil sustain* d.
Tue sales comprise 600a700 mat' Java at 2cX"22e;
400a6uo bags Rio at 17X&19XC; 300 p eketa singa?
pore on private terms; 50 uags Marucaloo at 18XC
per b, and 200 bags Gonalves on private terms,
snppost d 18c per lb, gold, stock quite small and
COTTON -The market for cotton has been rather
unsealed during the week and in prices a decline
of fall lc per lb has taken place. Toe foreign ad?
vices are not so favorable, and manu fact ure rb are
purchasing only In small lots, ss wau ted. We
quote ordlnarv at l8Xal9Xc; g od ordinary at
21Xa22c; low middling at23av3Xc; nnd mldddug
ar. 24a?24Xc per lb. Including uplands and gulf.
The market closes dull, and prices still mle in ra
vor of bnyers.
DOMESTICS.-We notice more Inquiry for cotton
and woollen goods, bu: sales have not oeea 10 any
extent. Prices remain about the same, with the
prospect of an increased demand for all seasona?
ble goods at an e*rly dty, a? jobbers mustboon
tarn their attention to fall and winter good-.
GUNNT BAGS.-Market dull and prices of heavy
baas are nominally l6al6Xc, currency.
yuNNT CLOTH-This aulcie continues qalet,
but prices remain the same, and trade mu-1 soon
become more active, sales of domestic at lea
16J?C for prompt, and 17al7XC for future delivery.
HAT-The market for hay li quite dull, aud
pr?tes are tending downward, ba.es at $26*32
ner ron as to quality.
NAVAL STORES.-spirits turpentine ha? further
materially declined, wli h sales at 49a50c per gal
loa. In tar no Bales of any Importance. Rosin
continues in demand and market firm. Sales of
eooiobls at $8 60 for common strained up to $6 for
pale. In pitch the sales have been small at $4 60
RICE.-There ls good demand for foreign riet?,
and market steady and Arm. The sales nave been
at exa?c for Rangoon, and 7Xa7%c for P,itna,
some 160O bags having,been disposed of. Caro?
lina ls qnlet, and no sales of Importance,
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, July is.
The Journal of Commerce says : The Jooblng
trade remains without change; tne stock la very
mo jc ra:t>, and ttie advices from ino polaca o? sup?
ply are not very favorable. Tue export trade is
better tc-day. We learn of sales of 200 bags Ban
goon a 6Xa7xc, I5u bags Patna at 7Xa8c, and 70
tea Carolina at S^aflS'c, 1700 bags nanwoon In
bond sold, part for export, at $3 22Ka3 26, gold.
New York Coffee Market.
The Journal of Commerce of Friday, July 19,
says: The market for Hrazlls are dull. The de?
mand continues io be limited, and to effect sales
holders would be compelled to give llotral terms,
out so far lhere ls no particular pressure. No bu
sloe*s ls reported Ea-t and Wesc India coffees
are selling tlowly In Job lots at old rates.
New York Hay Market.
The Journal of Oommerce of Friday. July 18,
says: New hay begins to come In quie freely, and
prices of old are declining. Sales are moderat?
at $l 05 for old shipping; $ i 20al 46 for retail qual?
ities; s ilt $1; dover 80a90 . The best qualities or
new sell at from $lal 16. straw ls selling lu small
lots at $i 05a; io for long rye; 86a90o for short
rye; 76asoc for oat.
New York Ganny Cloth Market.
Nsw YORK, July 18.
The Journal of Commerce says : The market
ls without animation, and the trade confined to
niling small orders from the South. Prices are
unchanged, sales within a day or two psst foot
up loo roils domestic cloth, short delivery, at ie hi
ceuts, lOuo do on p r, and 40 t ales bags, 440s, at
9>ic gold, m bond. Native at 9a9Xo, gold, in
bond, and I4>ial5c, currency; domestic cloth at
iee for prompt delivery, and nc for Joly, Augnst
and September deliveries; bags at I4>?al6c, cur?
rency, for light and heavy.
New York Naval Store? Marketa
Nsw ! ORK, Joly 19.
The Journal of Commerce says: For spirits tur?
pentine the market ls very strong, in s * ru pat ny
wita the reports from Wilmington. The demand
Is moderate at the advanced prices. For mer?
chantable oroer 49>ic la bid and 60c ls asked,
?nales foot ap 290 bois in lots on private terms; 40
bbis at 49a49Kc; and 20 bblB, oil psgs,on wharf,
at 49c. Rosins-There ls an active market for fine
gradea, to meet wants of the home trade and for
shipment to the interior, with fnll prices qnoted.
Stralued is quiet and weak, owing to hlgn rates
of ? cean freights Sales foot up 400 bbls strained
nt $3: 60? <io at tx delivered; 600 do at $310; 600
do at $Jl2>i; 760 bbis No 2ati83.Ji; 600 bbls No.
1 and pale at $4 26s6; fully 2700 bbis pale at ?ca
7 76 A sale ls reponed or ??0 bbls Washington
thin tar at $3 75 We quote commou and good
strained at J3i8 06; No. 2 at$3 20a3 40; No.lat
$3 .soa4; pale at $4 26a5 25; extra pule and virgin
at$6 5ua7. Taris quiet; Washlr gm sold at $376;
city pitch $3 26, wun sales oi 60 bbls in lots.
( oinmima Cotton Market.
COLUMBUS, July io.
Onr market nominal at the following flgareB.
Sales of week 04 bales: Ordinary 18il? a, good
oMlnary 19)ia20, low middlings 20X, middlings
21Week's receipts ll bales, against 108 the
previous one, and 120 the corresponding week
last season; salpments 61 bales.
Stock August 31, 1871. 1,660
Received past week. . ll
Shipped past week. 62
Stock July 19, 1872. 312
WILMINGTON, July 20.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales or 288 casks ac 46c
per gallon for >ouihern packages.
ROSIN.-; ales or 726 barrels at $2 25 for strained,
$2 75 lor low No. I, and ?3 for No. 1.
CRUDS 1UBPSNTINE.-sale? or 780 barrels at
$2 60 for hard, ?3 SJ for yellow dip, and $8 75 for
T AR.-Sales of 25 barrels, In order, at $2 76 and
25, in water, at $2 50 per barrel.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
ROCK BILL, Jaly 10.
Since last report, a heavy decline baa occured,
and we cannot quote middling above 2ic; sales
of the week 3 bales.
ORANGEBCRO, Joly 19.
Sales during the week 6 oales. We qaote ordi?
nary 18c, tow middling 19XC, middling lue.
MONTGOMERY, Joly 19.
The martel ls nominal, and no quotations
LAURENS, Joly 18
Cotton ls selling at 20>,c.
UNION, July 19.
Cotton commands 21c
Accelpte by Railroad. Jaly 20.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
196 bales cotton, 37 bales goods, 64 bbls spirits
turpentine, 200 bbls rosin, 512 sacks grain, and l
car ?tock. To Railroad Agent, Kinsman A How?
ell, Chapeau A Heffron, Pelzer, Itodgeni A c \
Barden A Parker, o Foam A son, A B Malllgan,
P O Trennolm, Holmes A Macbeth, Burmeister A
co, W H Jones A co, Riinck, Wlckenberg A co, D
A Arame, J H V?llers, Ravenel, Holmes A co, H
Gerdts A co, and J E Adger A co.
42 bbls crude turpentine, in bbls spirits tur?
pentine. 051 bbls rosin, cars lumber, tobacco,
mdse, Ac. To Kinsman A Howell, Barden A
Parker, whllden A Jones, R T Waiker, S D
stoney, Charles Ltebenrood, Chapean A co, H
Bischoff A co, Ur W H Trescot, E Welling, D U
Ebaugh, E Bull, and order.
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-Mrs
O E Berthoff, A J Coe, L Chapia, P E Ryan, W C
Dunham, AC Whitney, A HDavHson, RE Mc
Mannus. John Potter, J CMcCollough, W A skriue,
Mrs dinoa, Mrs Du Pos, O L Du DOS, J H Riols, Col.
T Y Simons, Alfred Bernard, U Saunders, Jas F
Per steamship Champion, for New York-Mis?
Blanch, F Ooblett, H Y Hall, W D Warren, A B
Johns jn, A Gard uer, Mrs Blase. W Q Hlnson, J M
Brawley, B P Colbura and wire, E W Macbeth,
Miss Llua Klinke, Mrs Drayton, Oeo Pani, wire
and child, Miss L A slgwald. Mrs M E Foroes, W
McMurphy, T Lescsne and wire. Miss E J Forsyth,
Miss C Thompson, Mrs charlotte Wallace, Mrs L
Henson, Mrs Mccomb and child, Mrs K R Lewis,
nurse aud culld, Mrs W H Jones and child, Miss O
i> Hatch, Master Whitaker, Miss Whitaker, A O
Force, Mrs Plai t, Muster Patt, Miss L Wood, Mrs
E G n rn us, J W Valentlue and wife, Mrs Camp and
I servant, R M Marshall, W W Venulng. A Slmonds
and wife, Mrs M O Oakes, Miss A it Oases. T A
Wilbur, wife and two children, O Esler, N HUI, F
[ J Peizer wife and two children, Miss N 7 Woolf,
I Judge tee and 8 deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown-Mrs T
Glenn, J Alexander, wife, child and nurse, J B
Poyatr, Miss J Wilson, Ann Davis, Miss Bascomb,
MIHS M Hedley. D W Wrede, Major Vandernorst, J
J Pringle, F W Lacblcotte, St J M Lachlcotte,
Cb pt ila H H Hopkins, and 4 on deck.
Per steamship sea Gull, for Baltimore-Mrs
E M Guerard, Miss Alice Trapler, Messrs P D Tra
pier, and F Ballon.
roux VAL KU li A. ti.
Sew Moon, 6tb, l hoar, 6 min?tes, evening.
First Quarter, 18tb, 2 bonn, 29 minares, evening.
Fun Moon, 20th, 9 horns, 34 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 2 hoars, ft-minn tes, morning.
B. A 8.
CHARLESTON. H. C..JOLY 22, 1872.
MI aa deg 46 min H sec. I Lon 79 deg 67 mm 27 soc.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-left
last Wednetday. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger & co,
A courtenay, J E Anger A co, D A Amme, G F
Alford A co, J Apple, GWAluiar, TP Brown, B
Boyd f H Brist JU A co, steamer Henry Burden,
T L Bissel! A co, G A Bowman, Wm M Bird & co,
H B Bisv hoff ? co, F O Borner, H Bulwl?Kle, w
A courtenay, t? R Uowperthwait, cameron,
i-arkiey A co, NA Coben, Tbos Garring on A co,
Chase A < uttino, J L cohen A co, JOH Claussen,
John cam puen A co, O H Carman, W C courtenay,
Do wie, Moise A Davis, Luke Dogherty, Doug, as? A
Miller, H H Doc, Jr., B F Feldman A co, 1L Fais
A co, G A B Fogariles, Furchgott, Benedict A co,
l-oroytbe, Mccomb A co AD Fleming, J H Gra?
ver, P L Gulllemin, J Graver A Bro, Gay A Kin?
lock, Il D Hawley, J W Harrison, Hart A co, w A
Hurtz, Hoimca A calder, Jeffords A co, O H John
son, John-on, Crews A co,L Koester, Knobeloch A
small, Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co, H Kiatte A co,
w T Lino, Laurey, Alexander A co, Ohas Lltscbgi,
I) Lopez A .-on, J w Limey, Juo H Lopez, A La?
fitte A co. J H Wubrmann A co, Jno G aim r <&
co. Mania A Mood, M McKay, P F Murray, W
Matth ie seo, Mrs Mcclean, J o Nichols A CO, -7 F
O'Neill, J C Ojeman A co, D O'Neill A Son, F H Oak
siadt, Bernard O'Neill, Port Royal Railroad, D t
Paul A co. o P Poppenhelm, NM Poner, Paul,
Welch A Brandes, J R Read A co, J L Sheppard,
Sachtleben Boffee, S S Soli-mon c F Schwettman
Steffens, Werner A co, PPToale. MTriest, Jno 1
Taylor A co, R Tomllnson A co, Tledeman, Cdldei
A co, S Thomson, United states Department, f
Von Santtn, Wagner A MOB sees, G Waterhouse
Witte Bros, Jno Wulburn, F E WUwheim, Ol
Wellers, P Walsh, P Wmeman, S H Wilsou i
Bro. off Cape Hatteras, passed soventeen vtsseli
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown. 86 ta
rice, 62,750 shingles, 12s bbls naval stote?, mdst
and sundries. To snackeiford A Kelly, James I
Pringle A son, Mrs J D Ward, o Alston, Benr, Jai
Allan. James M Eaeon, B Boyd, W o Bee A CO
Rev B s Trapler, B H Read, j R smltn, 0 K Huger
E O Toomer, Artbar Mszyck, Joseph Cohen, Wfi
Hager, 6 A Trenholm.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New York.
ste&msnip Sea Odu, Dalton, Baltimore.
Spanish bark Carmen, Battle, Barcelona-WP
Hall. w -5
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Adirer A co.
steamship Sea Gui!, Dutton, Baltimore-Pani O
Trenhplm..'> ?:v? .
V - ARRLVED YESTERDAY. ?
Br u Al tavela,. Cousins, Baltimore-?ailed Jana
-. corn. *ro y A Enalow A co, H Bul wilkie,
Burmelster A Zerbst, R M Butler A Son, W A
Pringle, and order. Joly 19th, on* Cape Roman,
spoke brig Hattie B, 35 days from Boston, bound
to Darien, (Geo.)
Commercial Line sehr Eothen, Brandlberg,
New York, 14 days. Mdse. To H F Baker A co,
Adams, Damon A co, Wm M Bird A co. FC Bor?
ner, cameron, Barkley A co, T M cater, OD
Franke, Jos Gorham, Kllnck. wittenberg A co, A
McCobb, Jr. Qaackenbusb, EsUll A co, Stedens,
Werner A Dncser, Tietjen A Laden, O F Weiten,
and others. Experienced bead winds all the pas?
sage, and ort Cape Hatteras, saw 26 sall or Teasels,
scar Annie Harris, Harris, Norfolk, (Ya), 14
dare. Ordnance. To the Catted states Quarter?
master-Vessel to the Master. Experienced SW
winds the entire passage.
Steamers swan and Bennettsvllle, Cordes, Pee
Dee. soo bhls narai stores, 7 bales cotton and
sundries. ToRavenel. Holmes A co, LO Howry
A Son, Witte Bros, J D Kirkpatrick, Whilden A
Jones, Barden A Parker, Murphy A Little, and
Spanish bark Carmenf>Battle, Barcelona.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York.
spanish brig Timoteo, Marlstany, Barcelona,
Sehr W R Knlghton, Knlghten, New York, Joly
OP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr W P Cox, Newell, at Philadelphia, Joly 17.
Sehr Louis Ehrman, Fooks, at Baltimore, July
Bark James Holmes, (orLondon), wise,'from
Philadelphia, for Charleston, which pat into Nor?
folk Jane 4.leaky, was sold by auction Joly u, by
order of the captain, for $1,525. lt WAS ? sumac?
by a board of survey that lc wouid ces-. $e.uuO to
repair ber, walch, with other expenses, would
amount to more than the vessel was worth, and
as the cj ptain contd not raise money he waa
forced 11 sell her as above. -** ' '
The brig Surprise, Scott, for Guadeloupe, W I,
cleared at Georgetown, S 0, lamber loaded, Joly
The sohr Dione, McDona'd, from Beaufort, 8 0,
for Boat n, arrived at Vineyard Haven, Ja y 17.
The scar Ida Bella, Fisher, for Georgetown, ? 0,
cleared at New York. July 18.
The sehr carrie T Webb, Hern?n, for George?
town, (S 0) cleared at New York, Jnly 18.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S 0., JULY 18.
Cleared, brig Surprise, Scott, for Guadalupe,
W I, with lamber.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, Joly 20.
, Arrived, steamships Sontn Oaroltna, spam,
Sonth America, Terry, Leo, Meade, and Cortea.
Arrived ont, siberia.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
The new range of beacons on Sullivan's Island,
Charleston Har oor, waa IL'lated for the drat time
on Monday, the 16th Instant, and will be lighted
every night thereafter from sunset to sonnas.
The light vessel over the wreck of the monitor
Weebawken will, on ihe same date, be with?
drawn. Both lights will be pia.ed la a tower o*
the northeast bastion or Fort Moultrie. The rear
light ?vd. be at a height of fifty-seven feet above
the sea, and will be placed in a tower on the mar?
gin C ..The Cove," lo the rear of Fort Moultrie. .
and in distance about 300 yp-ds from tue first
beacon. Both beacons are ope me pyramids
of wood and a e painted wbi>;, These range
lights can be seen lu clear weather a distance of
ten nautical miles. Vessels coming into che har?
bor from sea will keep the lights on Morris Island
In range until those os Sullivan's Island come
Into range. Toe con -so or the vessel w?l then be
changed and the new range followed until Fort
Sumter beacon bears dne weat. The coarse ls
thence northwest half-west into Rebellion Roads.
iii rural fl otu*?.
WINKLER.-Died on Sunday, 21st instant, PER?
CIVAL BARTLETT, son of Rev. E. T. and Rosa 0.
wiokler, aged one year, eight months and tea.
?aT THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT?
ANCE or the family are Invited to attend the
Fnneral Services, at the residence of ola parents
in Pitt street, THIS AFTERNOON, at half-past 6
OR NEW TOBE.
MEW YORK AND 0KAIH<3STO3
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship* JAMES
ADGER, T. .J. Lockwood, Commander,, will
sall from Adger'a South Wharf on SATURDAY, Joly
27th. ar ll o'clock A. M., precisely.
tar The JAMES ADGER18 handsomely and com?
fortably fitted ap for passengers, and offers
great Inducements to travellers going North.
49* Through finis of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
jnly22-fl JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
EVE RM AN, Captain --;
GULF STREAM, Captain Banter,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between: Philadelphia cad
Charleston, and m alliance with Railroad ''cm?
pa??es at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton states, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Mannfactnrtng Cen?
?- The RYERMAN ls appointed to sail from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 26th Joly, at ll
o'clock A. M.
A?*Tho GULF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. ia
Sonth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
OR NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 24, AT 10
O'CLOCK P. H.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870,
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DEOE.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will sall for
New York on WEDNESDAY. Julyath, at lo o'clock
A. M., from PierNo. 2, UnlonWuarves.
Through Bula of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England ott;es as usual.
Insurance by steamers of this Line x per cen
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. ?8 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves,
Julyl8 _ .
?pOR GARDNER S BLUFF,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON THE PEEDEE RIVER
The steamer SWAN, Captain H. S. ? ?.???KT^a?
Cordes, ls now receiving FreightJBSjSBmm
at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave on
W?DNESDAY NIGHT, the 24tn instant.
For Freight engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.
july22-3 No. 177 East Bay.