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ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE
Kell clous Services for To.Mor row, San.
day. July ai, 1879.
Christ Church-Rm ledge avenue, above Line
street-5.30 P. M. Eveuiug Prayer. Sermon
by Rev. J. Mercier GreeD, rector.
Church of tbe Holy Communion-corner ol
Ashley and Cannon st reels-10 30 A. M. Morn?
ing Prayer. Sermon by Rev. A. Toomer Por?
ter, rector. Eveulne Prayer at 5 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth street, near
Gieoe-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer. Ser?
mon by Eev. J. W. Miles. Evening Prayer
at 5.30 P. M. Sunday-school at 9 A. JL
Sc John's Chapel-corner of Amherst and
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by-. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Sc Lake's Church-corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte streeis-10 30 A. M. Moruine
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. William O. Prentiss,
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 5 P.
. M. Sunday-school at 9 A. M. |
8t. Michael's Church-corner of Broad and
Meeting streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Kev. R. S. Trapler, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 5.30 P. M.
St. Paul's Church-Coming, near Warren
street-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer. Sermon
by Rev. James H. Elliott, rector. Evening
Prayer at 5 P. M.
8c Philip's Church-Church street, between
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon oy Rev. John Johnson, as?
sistant minister. Evening Prayer at 6.30 P. M.
St. Stephen's Free Church-Anson street,
between Society and George-10.30 A. M.
Morning; Prayer. Service at 6.30 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite
Archdale-Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, pastor;
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Mass at
7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Ves?
pers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
St. Joseph's Church-Anson street, near
George-Rev. C. J. Crozhan, pastor. Low
Mass at 7 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M.
Vespers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M. Sun
day-school at 9 A. M.
SC Mary's Church-Hasel street, near King
Rev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass at 7
A. M. High Masa at 10.30 A. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
St. Patrick's Church-corner of Radcliffe |
and SC Phillp streets-Rev. John Moore, D.
D., pastor; Rev. S. Carew, assistant. Low
Mass at 7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A.
M. Vespers and Benediction at 6 P. M. Sun?
day-school at 9 A. M.
Mass will be celebrated on Sullivan's Island
at 7 A. M.
First Church-corner of Meeting and Tradd
Second Church-corner of Meeting and Char?
lotte streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
G. R. Blackett, pastor. Sunday-school at 5 P.
Central Church-Meetine streec near Soci?
ety. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev. W. C.
Pana. D. D., pastor, aod at 4 P. M. ,
Glebe street Church-Glebe street, near
Wentworth. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D., pastor. #
METHODIST. ? ' *
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhoun
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. -M., by Rev. A.
M. Chrietzbenr, pastor, and at 5 P. M. Sau
dsy-bchool at 9 A. M.
Spring Street Church-corner of Spring and
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by
Rev. J. T. Wightman, and in the evening at
8 o'clock. Sunday-school at 4 P. M.
Trinity Church-corner Hasel street and
Malden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by
Rev.Whitefoord Smith D. D. paster and at 7.45
P. M. by Rev. R. D. Smart. .Sunday-school at
4.30 P. M. * .
St Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
-King street, near Vauderhorst. Sermon at
10.30 A M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and at
4 P. M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M. ?
8c John's Evangelical Church-corner Arch- '
dale and Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. ?
Ml by Rev. T. W. Dosh, pastor, and at &P. bl. .
Sunday-school al 4.30 P. M.
Wentworth Street Cnurch. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. S. Bowman, pastor, and
at 5 P. M. Sunday-ecbool at 8.45 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Meeting
and Henrietta streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.,
hy Rev. Dr Winkler. Sunday-school at 9 A.
M. * No service In the afternoon.
First Baptist Church-Church street, be?
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A. (
M., bf Rev. L. H. Shuck, pastor, and at 5 P. J (
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
Queen and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M. by Rev. W. H. Adams, pastor, and at 6
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen and
Church streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. by
Rev. C. 8. Vedder, pastor, and at 5 P. M. Sun- ~l
day Scbooi after morning service. 3
Unitarian CHirch -Archdale street, between (
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M. ,
Mariners' Church-Church street, between
Water street and atoll's alley. Sermon at 10.30 ,.
A. M by Rev. W. B. Tales, chaplain. 1
Orphanhouse Chapel-Vanderhorst street, j <
between King and Sc Phillp streets. Sermon
at 6 ?. M. by Kev. J. H. Elliott. I j
A New Charon at Rock Hill. J1
The Episcopalians of Rock Hill have been J i
laboring hard for several years to erect a
church edifice in that village, and have at last
succeeded In building a handsome and com-11
modlous structure in which religious service |8
was held for the first time last Sunday morn?
ing by the Rev. E. P. Johnson. It is expected
that the church wi'l be consecrated by Bishop
Howe some time In AuguBt or September.
Christ Chnrch Reopened.
This church, pleasantly located in the sub?
urbs, on Rutledge avenue, after having been
closed for a number of years, has been recently
reopened, under the auspices of a number of
prominent gentlemen, with a view to again
building up a congregation. Services are held
every 8nnday afternoon by the rector, the Rev.
J. Mercier Green. On those afternoons the
c irs of the Rutledge street lin: run to the ter
minus of the road, within a short distance of
the church. A sermon will be delivered In this
church to-morrow afternoon by the Right Rev
Bishop Howe, and the public are cordially
Invited to attend.
The following named gentlemen have been
elected vestrymen and wardens to serve lor
the ensuing year: Wardens-Henry P. Archer,
J. Moultrie Lee. Vestrymen-A H. Hayden,
A. C. Kaufman, W. W. Sale, A. P. Otes, Alex
ander Wilson, Edwin J. White, Howard E.
Vincent. .W. W. Sale, secretary and treasuer
MINOR CRIMES AND CASUALTIES.-Jas. Lewis
and Christopher Ancrum were before Trial
Justice John G. Mackey yesterday, charged
with assault and battery. The former was
sentenced to pay ten dollars and costs or spend
thirty days in Jail; the latter five dollars or
THE TURF IN SAVANNAH-The Savannah
News says: "We mentioned some time since
that the Savannah Jockey Club had decided to
i n augur?t e a racing season at the Fair Grounds
course the coming year. We are pleased now
to state that since then a number of subscrib?
ers have joined the club, and there are good
prospects that the project will prove a suc?
cess If oar merchants and citizens generally
caa be Induced to extend the proper encour?
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.-Yesterday morning, at
about e'ght o'clock, an Irishman named James
Roon? y got jammed between a cart wheel
and a wall wbile loading a cart In the
Charleston Hotel Stables, and had his right
arm badly crushed. He was Immediately
taken to the City Hospital. Upon examina?
tion lt was found that the bone was so much
splintered as to render amputation necessary,
and accordingly the arm was taken off a little
??.below the elbow. Last evening he was ap?
parently doing well.
Additional Ballding Operations ail
Over the City.
A neat two-Btory wooden dwelling has just
been completed on the east side of Alexandria
street, near Chapel. It ls twenty-three feet
front by fifty-five ieep, has doubla piazzas,
four upright rooms, dressing rooms and pan?
tries, and a kitchen attached to tho rear. It
has been built tor Mr. T. B. Hacker, secretary
of the Wando Fertilizing Company, by Mr. L.
D. Turner. Mr. Hacker will take possession
The freight offices of the Northeastern
Railroad Company have been removed from
the centre of ike freight depot, where they
have stood since the war, and put upon a
kind of platform at the east end. This plat?
form stands about ten feet above the depot
floor, upon round columns of wood, is fifteen
feet wide, and extends entirely across the
depot building. In ls reached by a flight of
steps on the south end. In front of the offices
ls a narrow balcony, ornamented on the iront
by a neat balustrade about three feet high.
The work was done In four days by the super?
intendent of the company's car shops, Mr. A.
M. Corrie. This change, besides giving much
additional room for storage, adds greatly to
the interior appearance of the depot.
A small wooden dwelling, two and half sto.
rles high, has been removed from the north
side of John street, next west of Meeting, to a
lot adjoining the west end of the Northeastern
Railroad freight depot, on Chapel street, and
ls now receiving the additions of two shed
rooms to the rear and double piazza to the
front. It Is also bein? thoroughly repaired,
Internally and externally. 1MB the property
of Mr. R. Arnold.
The lar^e wooden-dwelling on Elizabeth
street, Just #orth of St. Luke's Church, occu?
pied by Mr. J. McCabe, ls being reshingled and
The scaffolding around the new Masonic
Temple was taken down yeaterday, affording j
a full view of its pointed battlements, cms-1
tered columns and Gothic windows. The
whole exterior is of a rich cream color. Many j
persona paused to look upon lt as they passed
CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX SALES.
The following pieces of real estate were
knocked down to the State yesterday, the
owners upon whose promise of settlement
they had been reserved at the regular sale
having failed to pay the taxes due. The sale
of such pieces will be continued from day to
day until the Hst Is exhausted :
Adddlson, James R., houses and lots, .
Nos. 73 to 81 Calhoun street.$227 06
Addison, James R., house and lot, No.
3 South Bay..'. 242 98
Addison, James B., houses and lota, Nos.
10 to 12 Welms's Court. 62 88
Addison. James R., vacant lot, Meet?
ing street. 15 00
Bayley, H., house and lot, Wragg and
Reid streets.*13 25
Baskey, James, house and lot, No. 227
Meeting street. 33 13
Betzeman, John, house and lot, No. 76
Rutledge avenue.._ 36 23
Blain, Mrs. L. F., vacant lot, No. 150
Queen street. 14 17
THE MEAT YESTERDAY.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at |
.he drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
;he south side of Broad street, was as follows:
i A. M., 89; 10 A. M., 92; 12 M., 94; 2 P. M., 96;
I P. M., 96; 6 P. M., 92; 8 P. M., 88.
CLUBS AND STARS.
Yesterday'* Calendar ot Arrests and
Kanapaux & Gonzalez, driving wagon with
>ut a license; dismissed. Thomas Turner,
Irnnk; one dollar. Georgiana Whilden, dis
>rderly; one dollar.
SHIPWRECK ONSTONO REEF.
A Spanish Brig Shored and Bilged.
The United States Revenue Cutter Racer)
irrlved in port last evening after an extended
jrulse in the neighborhood of Beaufort and
?ort Royal. Her commander reports that
yesterday morning at four o'clock he die
:overed a vessel grounded on Stono reef and
llsplaj lng signals of distress. On approaching
ind boarding the vessel she was found to be
he Spanish brig Jesus Maria Jose, of 200 tons
neasurement, from Cuba, in ballast, which
lad stranded on the reef just before midnight,
ind bad sprung a bad leak and filled with
vater. None of the officers or crew had been
njured, but the vessel, wblcn was consigned
o Mr. W. P. Hall, of this city, will be a total
CRUMBS.-The Greenville Enterprise reports
hat quite a number of Charleston families are
ojournlng In that mountain city.
THE STEAMER FALOON.-Owing to a pressure
if freights by this popular line, the hour of
tailing ol the above named steamer Is un
tvoidably postponed, and passengers need
lot go on board until ten P. M. '
COURT OF COMMON PLEAB.-In the case of ]
fVilliam A. and Jeremiah Beall against James
Xobb and C. Sf*Lowndes, trustees, Judge Gra.
lam being dnwell yesterday, the further hear
ng was postponed till Monday next, the 29th
n8lant. ' .
AN INQUEST was held yesterday over the
jody of Ellen Long, a colored woman brought
;o the city from Ross's Station, on the South
karolina Railroad. The Jury returned a ver
llct to the effect that she came to her death
rom the effects ?1 bilious fever.
INVOLUNTARY IMMERSION.-A gentleman ol
tome prominence in literary circles, while in- j
laiing the balmy breezes of early mornlDg a
lay or two ago, conceived tLe Idea that his
>et Newfoundland would enjoy a bath la the
vest end pond. The idea was carried into ex
icutlon by leading the animal gently to the
vuter's edge and impelling him in, but the
Inale was rather embarrassing to the gentle
nan, for while endeavoring to step lightly to
he shore he missed his footing and plunged,
Ike Coser, "in the flood, accoutered as he
vas." A passing carrier witnessed the disas
er, and assisted the dripping journalist to J
CRUMBS.-Sheriff Mackey and Co-oner Taft
ittended a political meeting, yesterday, at the
moron near Bee's Ferry, in St. Andrew's
The Charleston Light Dragoon Sabre Club
will have a parade on the fourth Wednesday
An able-bodied negro man attacked a little
jegro girl with a broomstick, on Amherst
itreet, yesterday. The little girl picked up a |
irickbat and defied her antagonist, who brave
y retreated Into a store.
Mr. F. Puckhaber died suddenly, yesterday,
)t apoplexy, and will be burled this morhlng !
rom his late residence on King near Ann
John J. Young, not Captain James J. Young,
vas the man who addressed the Willard cau
:us at the House of Correction Wednesday
Aa excursion party, numbering six or more,
isited this city yesterday, from Kingstree, on
, high old frolic.
MAJOR ANDREW HIBBEN.
Death of the Last Male Descendant of |
an Old and Honored Family.
Major Andrew Hibben, of Monnt Pleasant,
the last male representative of a name that
has long been prominent among the best fam?
ilies of the low country of South Carolina,
died last Thursday in the slxty-iourth year of
hlB age. The announcement of his death will
revive in the minds of very many of the old
citizens of this State the recollection of his
consistent, honorable and zealous career In the
Legislature of his native State, the unvarying
courtesy of his deportment, and the unswerv?
ing Integrity of his character. He was never j
married, but at his bachelor home, In his na?
tive parish of Christ Church, be dispensed a
princely hospitality during the greater part of j
bis life. He was elected to the legislature lu
early manhood, and continue', to represent |
his parish constituency first in : .e House and
tor a much longer period In tbe Senate, almost |
up to the time that the Radical party obtained
the political control of the State. With mosj
of his fellow-cltlzens he shared fully in the
disasters of the watj which reduced him from
a.iCondlt!on of affluence almost to penury.
Since that time he has live* the life of a re?
cluse, and he has now peacefully passed ajvay,
universally respected and esteemed, in a com-1
munity where his youth and manhood have
ripened into age; and his proudest monument j
will be the unsullied name of an honest gen-1
LICENSING THE APOTHECARIES.
Complete List of Licenses by the Med?- j
The following is a corrected and completed
list of apothecaries, druggists and pharma?
cists to whom licenses have been granted by
the faculty of the Medical College ol South
Carolina, In accordance with the law passed
.it the last session of the Legislature, with the
dates of their licenses :
May 18, 1872.-Wm. C. McMillan, Marlon,
Jno. May, Yorkvllle; A. E. Norton, Conway
boro', Horry County.
May 22v-0. A. Barbot, Alfred Raoul, A. R.
May 28.-A. P. Graham, Marlon; M.Green?
land, T. C. Al mar, H. Baer, G. W. Almar,
Charleston; D. S. Price, Jae. M. Boyde,Marlon.
June 1.-Chas. F. Panknln, Charleston.
June 5_s. C. Dukes,- Orangeburg; George
Cauller, Charleston; W. H. Harbers, Aiken;
E. S. Burnham, Charleston.
June 12.-A H. Schwacke, A M. Eckel, C.
0. Michaelis, Charleston; I. A. Mayes, Mayes
June 19.-A. T. Tum Voorden, Charlestont
June 20.-T. P. Balley, Georgetown; A. J.
Vidal, Orangeburg; Joseph Dawson, C. F.
July 3.-B. W. Seabrook, Adams Ran; Jas.
E. Byrd, Timmonsville.
July 10.-Edwin Parker, J. J. Lee, Abbeville;
E. H. Kellers, CD ar lest on; John A. Boyd, Dar- j
llugion; G. J. Lunn, Charleston. "
July 17.-A. J. Berry, Charleston; L C. Croft,
July 24.-J. R. Witherspoon, Lancaster; J.
K Hawkins, Georgetown; W. J. Halpin,
F. PETBE POHOHER, M. D.,
FUNERAL OPE. F. TORCE.-The funeral of thls<
gentleman was largely attended yesterday af?
ternoon by bis numerous friends and acquaint?
ances. Tbe German Steam Fire Engine Com?
pany lamed out In full uniform and marched
to his residence, preceded by Metz's Band
with muffled drums. The services were per?
formed at home by the Rev. Mr. Muller, s nd
the body was afterwards interred in the family ;
ground in Bethany Cemetery.
Hotel Arrivals-July 26.
F. L. Leessen, Beaufort; F. R. Bass, Marion;
G. F. Wonhone, T. B. McKnight, B. Duran, J.
B. Eatma?, J. Harper, J. M. Player, R. S.
Brunson, Klngetree; Dr. 0. C. Rbame, Oak?
ley ; J. Nettles, Lanes; J. H. Coward, Effing?
ham ; Mrs. E. F. Carroll and child, Miss Car?
roll and servant, Columbia; G. W. Roberts,
Beaufort; A. M. S. Pepper, S. C. Atwood,
South Carolina. ^
J. G. Thompson, geaulort; J. L. Black,
Sooth Carolina; J. B. Mears, U. S. A. ; C. Nor?
ton, TJ. 8. Navy; H. G: Dutton and wife, St.
Helena; F. J. Chaxpion, Macon; R. E. Jones,
Brooklyn; Wm. MeSween, Savannah; J. H.
McFadden, Clarendon; M. Pollitzer, H. G.
Judge, Beaufort; E. W. L'Eogle, Florida; S. C.
Hall, Port Royal; Joseph Hand, Philadelphia.
meetings This Day.
Typographical Union, at halt-past 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Lauroy, Alexander & Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at their store, white corn.
Samuel C. Black will sell at 10 o'clock, at the
corner ol East Bay and Broad streets, phos?
CATALONIA WISE at 75 cents per gallon, by
A. Tlefemhal, No. 107 Market street.
DRESS GOODS AT STOLL, WEBB & Co.-Three
thousand yards more of those super Bareges
and Japanese at 12$ cents, worth 26. 3000
yards at 6 yards for $1. 1000 yards 4-4
English Cambrics at 6 yards for $1.
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King stree:.
TB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION I-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
VI.JW8, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. _ aprl9 mwf
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
Btore, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
preseut Btock at extremely low prices.
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
LONQCLOTHS.-Call at Stoll, Webb <t Co.,
No. 287 King street and see their 4-4 Long
cloths at 12A, 15,16j, 20 cents. Also, one case
New Prints, fast colors. One case 10-4 Spreads
at $125. One case 12-4 super Spreads at $2 50.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
& 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 cent, below their cost of importation. A
call is respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN ?
Co., No. 248 King street. may 16
CHEAP WHITE GOODS at Stoll, Webb <fc Co.,
No- 287 King street. Super Plaid and 8trlped
Nainsooks at 20 and 25 cents. Bordered and
Striped Victoria Lawns at 35 cents, worth 50.
4-4 Nainsooks 20, 25, 30 cents. Super White
Brllllantes at 25 and 30 cents. White Piques
at 25, 30,36 cents. july23 tuths6
PLATINO CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap,-at Yon Santen'e, No. 229 King street.
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Booka at the East
Bay Nows Room. decl4s
VERY CHEAP._A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy of
Music. July 6-s
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 26. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-stuth
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 Ktog street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
present stock at extremely low prices
FtjRCHOoTT, BENEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 King
YOONO Majp TAKE NOTICE_Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HABEL
STREET BAZAAI. apr20-s
NOTICE.-Great reduction in prices ol Dry
Goods at Stoll, Webb & Co., No. 287 King
street. The subscribers respectfully Inform
their friends and customers that they will
offer their entire stock of goods at greatly re?
duced prices for the next thirty days in order
to make room for Fall Goods. We solicit a
call before purchasing elsewhere. Respect?
fully, STOLL, WEBB & Co. July23-tuths6
'jar THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquilntances ol Mr. and Mrs. F. PUCKHABER
and family, and Mr. and Mrs. D. Bullwlnckle and
family, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Schwecke and Tami,
ly, and Mrs. A. Oerken, are respectfully invited
to attend the Fanerai Servlcea of the former, THIS
MORNING, at o o'clock, from his late residence,
King street, one door above Ann street, without
further Invllai lon. July27?
?3~ WALHALLA LODGE, No. 66, A.
F. M.-Tho Members of this Lodge are reqaeated
to attend the Funeral Service ot their late Bro: her,
F. PC^KHABES, at No. 483 King street, at 9
o'clock THIS MORNING. J. M. PETERSEN,
July 27 Secretary.
?Sf GERMAN RIFLE OL?B.-T HE
Members of this Club are requested to assemble
THIS MORNING, at 0 o'clock, to pay the last Tribute
of Respect to their late Brother Member, F.
PUCKHABER, from his late residence, No. 488
Kinlet reef. H. H. KNEE.
*m* L O. 0. F.-SCHILLER LODGE,
No. 30.-The Officers and Members of this Lodge
are requested to assemble at Odd Fellows' Halt,
THIS MORNING, at s% o'clock, to pay the last
Tribute of Respect to our late Brother P. G., F.
Sister Lodges are Fraternally reqnested to par?
By order of the N. 0.
Jnly27-^. ? " ' THE. HENRIOHSON.
^^?-THE MARmERS^CHURCH WILL
be i pen for Divine Service every SABBATH M ORB?
ING, at half-past io o'clock, corner of Church and
Water streets, Kev. W. B. YATES, officiating.
^?-FIRST BRESBTIERIAN CHURCH.
On account of the indisposition or the Pastor
there will be no Serylce in this Church* TO-MOR?
ROW. J a ly 27
?&- SULLIVAN'S ISLAND PRESBYTE?
RIAN CHURCH.-There will be service In this
Church TO-MOBROW, (Sunday,) 28tb Instant, Rev
W. B. YATES officiating. All are cordially In vit'
ed to attend. V July27
me Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
omcx CHARLESTON NEWS, )
FRIDAT EVENING. Joly 26, 1872. f
COTTON.-The inquiry was very light and not of
sufficient strength to Induce factors to sell gene?
rally. Sales 103 bales-say loo, classed middling,
at i9jic, and 3 at i3Xc. Quotations nominal.
RICE.-The market was quiet and without re?
ported transactions. We quote common t j fair
at 7@7#c; good 7Ji@8Kc
NAVAL STOKES.-Receipts, 96 barrels spirits tur?
pentine, 668 barrels ro In, and 16 barrels crude
turpentine. The transactions were unimportant.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at S316 for vir?
gin, $2 70 lor yellow dip and $1 80 for hard.
FBJionTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via New
fork, KJ on apian Js, vi on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coast wise-to Now York
by steam $2 on upland J and - on sea Islands;
ll M V tierce on rico; eoe fl bbl on rosin;
by sall Ko lt th on cotton; - fl tierce
on rice; soo fi barrel on roam; $8 fl M on
lum ser; $io fi Mon Umber. To Boston, by flail
?io fi rn on upland cotton; rosin 6&c; resawed
staff $lo@lo 60; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fl Mon boards,Kc V ft on
cotton; by steam $l fl balo on Now York rates.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 fl on* cotton;
by sail, |BP M on boards; $0 60@io on timber; $8
per ton on clay, and $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam Ko fi m by sall, se eo@7 fi
M on boards; $8@8 co on timber; f 8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rook. Vessels aro In de.
mand by our merchants to tsko lumber freight B
from Georgetown, S. O., Darlen and Sar illa River,
3a., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
jnd $10312 fi M aro the rates on lamber and
EXCHANGE-Sterling60day bills ny,.
Dom?ne EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checka on New York at par @ ii premium,
and sell at x@X premmlnm. Ontside they pur?
chase at Me?* premium, and sell at 3-16 SM
Markets by Telegrapn.
- LONDON, July 26.
Noon.-Consols MK- Bonds 9l#.
Evening.-Consols and American securities un
changed. Liverpool market unchanged.
PARIS, July 26.
Noon.-Rentes 64f 80c. Specie decreased rour
million francs. '
Nsw YORK, July 26.
Noon.-Freljhts quiet. Stocks strong and stea?
dy. Gold arm at ny,. Money e^ey at 3. Ex?
change, long 9X; short lox. Governments dull
and steady. State booda very quiet.
Evening.-The monetary situaiion ls .un?
changed for call loans. Exchange weak at 9Ka
OK- Gold 14Xal4?. New Uves 18X; eighty-ones
-7 y, ; sixty .twos v>%. atate bonds dull and quiet ;
Teunesaees firm Ht80; new strong; market closed
dull. Tennessee? 63; new 63. Virginias 44; new
60. Louisianas 60; new 48; levee Blxes 60; eights
72. Alabama eights 84; fives 68. Georgia sues
7o; sevens 88. North Carolinas 32*; new 20.
South carolinas kt; new 29&. Freights firm.
LIVERPOOL, July 26.
Noon.-Cotton strong; uplands QJid, Orleans
lOXd; sales 16,000 balet; sales for the week 69.000;
exports7000; speculation 6000: stock 866,000, or
which 301,000 are American: imports 34,000, o?
which 80u0 are American; actual export soo J;
afloat 392,000, of wiffen 34.000 are Amer .can.
Later-Cotton unchanged; sales, speculation
and export 4000 bales.
NBW YORK, July 26.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; middling uplands 22c, Or?
leans 22%c; ssles 700 bales.
Evening-Cotton quiet and steady; sales 916
bale9 at 2uaWc formiddilog uplands, 22# for Or?
leans; weekly net receipts 401; grosa 645; exports
to Liverpool lOSi: Havre 192^; coastwise 2007;
Bales 830 bales. Sales of tutores 14,700 bales, as
follows: August, 20 11-16, 21; September, 20K,
2Ui; October, 19J?: November, 181816, 19%: De?
cember, 18X, 18*.
PROVIDENCE, July 26.
Cotton-weekly receipts 4 bales; stock 12.000.
BOSTON. July 26.
Cotton strong; middlings 22><c; receipt? 6 bales ;
gross 399; sa es 200 ba.es; etoo* 9500; weekly net
receipts 38; gross 1405; Bales TOO.
PHILADELPHIA. July 26.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22a22j?c; weekly net
receipts 121 bales; gross 13C3.
BALTIMORE, July 2C.
Cotton dull; middlings 22*c; gross receipts 1
bale: stock 1133; weekly net receipts 1; gross 131;
exports coastwise 77; sales 3356.
NORFOLK, July 26.
Cotton dull; low middling 20a?oxc; net re- j
eelpta 61 bales; exporta coastwise 18; stock 650;
weefcly net receipts 61; exports coastwise 18;
stock 660. . '
_ . WILMINGTON, Joly 26.
cotton qnlet; middlings 20j?c; exports coast?
wise 82 bales; sales lu; stock 67t; weekly net re?
ceipts 23; groaa 2?; exports ooaBtwise *Q9; sales
SAVANNAH. July 26.
Cotton quiet and holders unwilling to sell; mid?
dlings 2lc: net receipts 210 bale?; eales io; stock
1402; weekly net receipts 1490; oxpons coastwise
810; sales 132.
AUGUSTA, July 26.
Cotton dall and nominal; mlddlti.gs 20c; net re?
ceipted bales; saleB 336; stock 3182; wtekly net
receipts 36,306; sales 747.
MACON, Jnly 26.
Cotton dull; middlings 21; weekly receipts 20
bales; shipments 34, stock 460.
MBMPHK, July 26.
C6tton quiet; middlings 21Jia?c; net receipts
12; stock 3021;.weekly net tecelpts 266: ship?
ments 311; sales 760.
NASHVILLE, July 26.
Weekly shipments 16 bales; s eck 1062.
COLUMBUS, July 28.
Cotton dall; weekly receipts 16 bales; ship?
ments 72; spinners 20; stock 7233.
MONTGOMERY, July 26.
Cotton shipments seg bales; stocibase:
. , SELMA, July 38.
Cotton, weekly shipments 2 bales; stock 102.
MOBILE, July 26.
Cotton nominal; middlings nomma ; net re
ceipts 141 bales; exports coastwise 120; utock-|
1076; weekly net receipts 164; export- coast?
NEW OP LEANS, Joly 26.
Cotton nominal; middlings 20,sa2K-; net re?
ceipts 144 bales; gross 144; sales eO; stock 8305.
GALVESTON, Ja y 26.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary I9>ia2uc; net
receipts 6 bales; stock 320; weekly net receipt*
67; gross 67; exports coastwise i7C; sales &o.
PROVISIONS ANS PRODUCE MAREETS.
LIVERPOOL, July 28.
Noon.-Breadstnffs dull. Corn 26s 9dH27s. Pork
NEW YORE. Joly 26.
Noon-Flour Arm. Wheat steady, corn nrm.
Pork steady, mess $13 scan. Lard weak, new
steam 8a8Jic; old 9#a9Xo. spirits turpentine
arm at 67 v?ar>sc. Rosin quiet ac $3 I6a3 -?0 fer
Evening.-Flour, Southern quiet and unchang?
ed. Wheat, a sh-ide firmer end fair Inquiry,
mostly for exports at $168at04for winter red
Western. POTS dull and heavy ut ? id 75al3 so for
me<s Beef dull at $7 60afl50 ror plain mess and
$i0a!2 for extra do. Lard heavy ar, 8a5<? Tur?
pentine firm ar. ;'<*>;a58,'i. Rosin quiet at
$3 I8a3 20.
LOUISVILLE, Joly 26.
Corn quiet; choice shelled sack 6ic. Pork J ?3 50
al3 76. shoulders 63tfc; clear sides 9c. Whiskey
OJC. Lard, kegs loxalo>ic.
?T. Louis, Jnly 26.
Flour firm. Corn steady Whiskey 90a9tc.
Shoulders 8a6Jic; clear sides 9c. Lard quiet;
choice winter steam 9c.
-* CINCINNATI, July 26.
Floor steady; new $8 60a8 65. corn 4sc city
pork $14al6. Shoulders ?XC; clear sides 8%a9c.
Whiskey steady at HOC.
Interior Cotton Harket?
GREENVILLE, July 24.
Cotton ls selling to-day at vtOc.
CHARLOTTE, Jnly 22.
Wc now quote good ordinary nt 20c. low mid?
dling 21V. and middling 2lJ?a22?, trie demand
being exclusively from our home rectories.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORE, Jnly 24.
The Dallv Bulletin says: The demand continues
fairly active eales being reported or 3uu bhgs
Bangoon ur 7}?o7??c, 300 bags Pama ar, 7Ka8tfc.
60 tc- Carellan itt S^H?^C, and 500 bags Ruugoon
.in bond at $3 25 gold.
. New York Naval Scores Market.
NEW YORE, July 24.
The Daily Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 3785
bbls rosin. 132 do spirits turp?n me, Tl do tar.
There ls a corner In spirits turpentine, and Inter?
ested parties have succeeded in advancing to 66c
for merchantable order, and the business In con?
sequence has been limited. We hear of sali s of ?
100 bbls from dock ear y la the day at 53, and 65
bbls at 55c, and 700 bbls at Citarl- stoa un p lvate
terms, strained rosin has ruled q riet, but
holders very arm,and asking a decided advance.
Thc finer grades only moderately active but
steady. Sales 76 bbls low No 2 at $3 25. In tar
we notice sal -a of 60 bbls Wllmiugtou rope, st
$4 25. Piton In moderate Jobbing ieqnest, an4
firm at $3 26 for prime city delivered.
New York Coffee Market.
NEW YORE, Jnly 24.
The Dally Bulletin savs: There ls a moderate
I jobbing trade lu progress, and we note a netter
I inquiry for Brazils from Jobbers, whose stocks
are running low under the heavy shipments and
light purchaaps that they have made sim e the 1st
instant. There ls no Inquiry for Bios, and lt ls
believed by the trade-generally that J active In?
quiry would result In a higher range of quota?
tions on Rms. as the present Jobblog demiind ls
not met, except at A shade above quotations,
which holders claim represent Invoice prices.
Javaa are steady and unchanged with no transac
tlOLS. A Utile buslne-s In otner grades IR report?
ed, mainly within the ranee of quoted extremes.
The sales reported are io.o bags Rio per South
America, 760 do per Erin, and 297 bugs Ceylon.
Ordinary cargoes 16)ial6Jri, fair do 16&al7, good
do 17,^al7>i,prime do 18 11?ii, Java,mat - aud bans,
poid, I9a2i, Singapore 15al8, na Ive ceylon 17a
1SX, Maracaibo lG^alSX, Lxgnayra 19 il9. Sr.. Do?
mingo l4al4X, Jimaca I6al7*, Costa Rica icai8,
Mexican 17al8, savanllla 17al8.
Wilmington Weekly Naval Stores
WILMINGTON, July 25.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE -The maltee, In sympa?
thy with the advance or New York, bn3 bad an
upward tendeucy throughout thc cutir? week,
aud has advauce I HH follows : Friday i cents;
Tuesday 1 cent; Wednesday 1 cent; and io day
(Thursday) closes firm at 47itf cents. Tnc export
trade having set In, u ls taou?ht that the market
will remain at or abnut to-day's prlceb for the
present. 1 he maj rlty of parchasea nar* been
ror export, and the speculative tl mncd has been
quite ama 1. The receipts for-the week, 6533
ca-ks, against 3045 cas s last week, are an in
crease or V493 casks. The exports wero 8771
casks, agalasL 3966 casks, ard u decree e or 482
eas ka, ano the stock in yard and afloat la 74o4
casta, against 4290 casks tor last wees-an in?
crease or 8114 CASKS.
ROSIN.-There has been a decided Improvement
io all grade- daring the past week. The ti ans te?
nons have been freefand tuc amonnt of business
dose will rar exceed the previous weeks. Mrain
ed has been principally inquired arter, and the
bulk of stock that could be reached has been
bought for export. Monday, under favorable ad?
vices and the advance or me New York market,
our market exhibited an upward movement and
connuued strong tbrougnont Tueaday morning,
aud lo the evening closed with an advance of i5
cents. Wednesday a run her advance or io cents
was obtained, and to-day, at ipe close of our re?
port, the market 1B strong, with an upward
movement No. 2 has HUO advanced is cents.
The stock being inured, the transactions are
light. No. i and pale < show an advance or about
25 cen ts. The stock la large and buyers show but
little desire to lurtner advance the market. Tue
receipts for the week 24.446 barrels, against 14.664
barrels last week-an increase of 9794 barrels.
Theexports, 21,476 barrels, against 12.138 bairws
-also an Increase of ?838 barrels; and the stock
in market ls 32,741 barrels, against 88.741 barn. I a
fur last week, show- a decrease of 6000 barrels.
CRUDE TURPENTINE_Since our ia*t report the
market bas ruled steady and uniform ut prices
unchanged as for several weeks past, m the ear
i ly part or the week the market exhibited some
Improvement of feeling, but the concerted efforts
to advance the market railed. For the pas- day
or so the market, lu sympathy with the advance
or spirits turpentine, has had an upward tenden?
cy, but buyers having a small stock in hand (to
Bupply their immediate wants) have refused to
pay higher, and sellers have submitted. To-dny,
at the cioae of our report, the market ls strong
and an advance ls anticipated. The receipt ror
the week are quite heavy, and will renell 4noo
bbls. which has increased me stock considerably.
Market closes at $2 50 ror hard, $3 60 for yellow
dip, and $4 for virgin.
Receipts by Railroad. July 26.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
135 bales cotton, 40 bales goods, 21 bbls spirits
turpentine, 67 bbls rosin. 113 bb a and 420 sackB
ll .ur, 62 casks clay, and 1 car stock. To Kali
road Agent, Kinsman & Howell, Peizer, Rodgers
4 c\ Laurey, Alexander & co, W B smith A co.
O Foll?n 4 Sons. Q w Williams 4 co, B O'Neill, A
t? Mulligan, H Buiwlnkie, Kllnck,. Wlckenberg 4
co, F D O Kracke, Kanapaux ? Gonzalez, PauL C
Trenholra. and J N Bobaon.
6 bales cotton, 181 bbls spirits turpentine. 381
bbls rosin, cars lumber, mds-e, 4c. To Kins?
man 4 Howell, Barden 4 Parker, Whilden A
Jones, R T Waiker, T P smith, L li chapira. H
Bischoff 4 co, Lluet G D Ramsay, J C tl CldU3;cn,
Railroad Agenr, and others.
MAKIN JE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.JULY 27, 1872.
Lat30dcg40mln 38 8cc. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Commercial Line sehr Palmi, Rankin, New
York. - days. Mdse. To H F Baker 4 co, Dr H
Beer, Ravenel. Holmes * co, H Bulwiunie, B U
Gardner, Knicken 4 Wohitmann, cameron, Bark?
ley 4 co, E M Orlmke. Holmes 4 Cal ier, Andrew
McCobb. Jr, J w Linley. Leseime 4 Wella, Otto F
wieters, H Starken, K T> wnite. P Winema i 4 co
and owners. SuLday, 23d, off cape Lookout, spoke
brig J E stevenn, rrora Boston ror Charleston.
Merchants' Line sehr Roger Diury. Gage. Bos?
ton, - days. Mdse. To Roach 4 M offen.. C Lld
em hal 4 co, J H W?hrmann 4 co. D H Silcox, E
R Cowpertr.wait. S C Railroad Agent aud Order.
.Sloop Greenleaf. from Santee. 650 bushes of
rough rlee. To G H ingratmm 4 Son, and Wm O
Bee 4 co.
Received from Chisolm's Hill, loo tes rice. To
Wm 0 Bee 4 co.
Sehr Chas Dennis, Mccormack, New York Tia
Jacksonville-Roach A Moffatt.
IN THE OFFING.
Sehr Frank' ? Emily, Mc Cobb, stockport, Me
20 days. Lime and laths. To A McCobb, Jr.
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, at New York, July 24.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr S L Davis, Bishop, at New York, July 24.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Mian, haha. Swinton, at Baltimore, Joly24.
sehr Minnie, Hudson, at New York, July 24.
The brig dara E Pickering, previously reported
disabled and pat Into Newport, R ?, was not
bound to this port, aa previously reported, but
wan for Georgetown, D c.
The sehr Sophie, Robinson, for Ball Creek, S C,
cleared at Portland, Me. July 20.
The pilot boat Atlanta reports thar. July 23d, off
Georgetown, S O, spoke sehr W H Jones. 17 days
from New York for Fernandina, and on the 25tD,
near this bar, spoke the bark Ironside?, Tapley,
from New York for Satllla. Ga, 38 days ont
New Moon, 6th. l hour, 5 min?tes, evening.
First quarter, l8th.2 hours, 29 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 20th, o hours, 34 minutes, morning.
Last Qaarter, 27th, 2 hours, 0 min?tes, morning.
lt. ? 8.
I HE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SOREW STEAMSHIP?
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia anc
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Com
paules at both termini, afford rapid transport?t lut
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 Manufacturing Cen
49- The VIRGINIA is appointed to sail from
Brown's Wharf on SATURDAY, 27th July, at 12
AOfThe GULF STREAM will follow next week.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, appy
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves?
W. P. CLYDE St CO., General Agents, No. li
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia?
OR NEW YORK
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 31, AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK. .
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
SOUTH CA KOLIN A, Beckett, Commander, will
sall for New York on WEDNESDAY. July 31at, at
4 o'clock P.jM., (rem Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line x per cent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves
J my 26_
JpOR NEW YORK.
MSW YORK AND CHARLESTON
E S T A B I. T ri H E D I84S.
Tho Splendid Sldewheel Steamship JAMES
ADOBR, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, will
sall rrom Adger's South Wharf on SATURDAY, July
27i h. ar ll o'clock A. M., precisely.
*y The JAMES ADOER ls haudHomely and com?
fortably flited up for passengers, and offers
great inducements to travellers going North.
49? Through Hills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
July 22-6 JAMES A DOER Ss CO., Agents.
JpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
STEAM COMP ANT
Win dispatch ono of their flrat-clasB, mu ?owe>
iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Ornee No. 20 Broadway) $80
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS St GUION,
No. 6S Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Billa Lading to Liverpool issaec
jy the Charleston and New York Steamers, whlcl
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to ?
JAMES ADOER St CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
mavO Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
J! O R
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGB
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVE RECO L AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sail- for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
27th July, at-o'clock!
kW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to SH m pie and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Pnlladelphla.
For Freight or Passage apply to .
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
jnly23-5_So. 2 Union Wharves.
The Splendid Steamer DIOTATOR. ? .?JT^in
Captain L. M. Coxetter, will leave(BfiESSL
Charleston everv TUESDAY EVENING, at hair-paet 8
O'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JAOK
SONV1LLK. l'A l/A 1 K.A AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning. DICTATOR will leave PALATKA
THUKSDAT NIGHT, SAVANNAH SATURDAT MORN?
ING arnvlvlng here same afternoon.
All Way Freight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac?
commodations, apply to -
RAVENBL & CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf aad East Bay.
?pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND l.VTE ?MEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER VU GEORGETOWN.
The steamer PLANTEK, Captain . ?.TP?*K
J. T. rosrer, will receive Freight at
Accommodation WharL on MONDAY, toe 2t?tn
ami leave on WEONESDAT NIGHT, the 3ist Inst.
Freight and Wharragc prepaid.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain
on board, or to
RAVENEL. HOLMES St CO.,
' No. 177 East Bay.
N. B -Alter the l?>t August the PLANTER will
leave charleston and the SWAN will leave Gard?
ner's Bluff every TUESDAY NIGHT, thus establish?
ing a Weekly Line between this city and ibe Pee
dee River. juiy26-5
?rat? ??ri?e UJistribution,
GRAND G-IFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LODISV?LLE, KY.
By authority In trie act or the Legislature Incor?
porating the PUBLIC LLBi'.ARY OF KENTUCKY,.
the Trustees will give their . ? . e
SECOND. GRAND GIFT CONCERT ? (
In the great Hall of the. Public Library Building,
, ; ta Lo uh vi: : e, Ky, oo
" SATURDAY? SEPTEMBEB'28, 1872. : ?
10( ,000 TICKETS OF ADMISSION
will he issued at $10 each; half tickets, te: quar?
ter tickets. $2 60; ll whole tickets for sioo; 28
for $?65; 66 for $600; 113 for $1000 ; 285 ror $2600;
676 for $5uO0. No discount on less thaa-$loo
worth of tickets at a time.,
$500,000 in Currency
will be given to the holders of tickets by. distri?
bution by lot of ONE THOUSAND GIFTS, as
LIST OF GIFTS, '
One Grand Gift, Cash.9100,000
One Grand Gilt, Casu.,. 80,000
1...;.io,o- O , *?
1... 9,000 "
1... 8,000 .?
.I. 7,000 *?
1. 6,000 "
1. 6,000 "
1. 4,000 "
1. 3,000 "
4 Gifts of Sa.0?6 each.. 8,000 <<
16 ? 1,000 ". 18,000 ??
90 OOo -. 18,000
SI " 800 ". 10,800 "
?5 " 700 **.t 17,600 **
35 ?' 600 '?. 91,000 <?
48 600 .*. 89.600 fc.
BO ?. 400 M. 30.000 ??'
60 ** 3oO .?. 18,000 "
loo aoo ".a?,ooo ?
eia " loo ?. oi.aoo ?
Total, 1,000 Gifts, all 0ash....S500,u00
The Hon. Taos. E. BRAMLETTE, Ute Goverrior of
Kentucky, has consen>ed to represent the Trus?
tees In the management of this SECOND GRAND
GIFr CONCER , sad he will personally see that
tue moue v from the sale of Tickets ls deposited
with the Treasurer, that the drawing ls fairly con
ducted, and the gifts justly awarded and promptly
The drawing will take place in public, ta full
view or the audience, and under the immediate
supervision and direction of tue Officers and
Trustees of the Public Library of Kentucky, and
the tallowing named eminent, and disinterested
citizens, who have consented to be present and
Bee that ali ls fairly done :
Hon. H. R. HARDIN. Jndge Court Appeals. Ey.
Hon. J. PROCTOR KNOTT, late u. c. Leb'n Dla.
Hon. H. W. BR?CB, Judge Ninth Judicial Dla..
Gen. *:LI H. MURRAY, U. S. Marshal, Dis. Ky/ .
Hon. T. B. COCHRAN. Oban. Lou. Chan. Court.
Hon. E. D. SANDIFORD, President Farmers' and
Hon. JOHN BARBEE,'Manager Boyal Insurance
Co., Liverpool. . -w
Colonel PHIL. LEE, Com. Att'y Ninth Judicial
Dr. u. ORABAH, founder Graham Cabinet.
Col. JILSON p. JOHNSON, Manager Galt House. ,
Dr. T. S. BELL, Prof. Medical University, Louis?
Hon. J. G. BAXTER, Mayor Louisville.
Hon. T. L. BUKNKTT, Oliy Attorney.
HENRY WOLF ,RD, Treasurer Louisville.
A. 0 BR ANNIN, Fr ts. Minuta, tarers' Bank.
PHILIP JUDO?, of the Louisville Hotel Co.
JAMBS BRIDGEFORD, Pres. 2d matronal Bank.
W. c. D. WHIPS, Proprietor Willard Hotel.
J- c. JOHNSTON, Pres. Traders' Bant? .
H. VICTOR NSWOOKB, firm of Newcomb, Bu?
chanan & co .,' - "
HENRY DBPPEN Pres. German Bank.
ANDREW GRAHAM, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
Dr. NORVIN GREEN, Pres. L. * o. Short Line B.
R. . ' . >>tf -,
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THOMAS E, BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library of Kentucky,
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ki.
ta* Circulars, giving mil particulars, senfon '
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w. N. u A LD ? ii AN, vice-President.
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