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CIT r IMPR O TEM EN IS.
A New Building on Meeting street-Two
Others In Contemplation-A New Cot?
On the west side of Meeting street, near
Queen, Mr. Joseph Deal ls erecting a small
two-story brick building for Mr. W. C. Car?
rington. The dimensions will be twelve ieet
front by flfly deep. The first floor will be
fitted up as a store, and the second as a dwell?
ing. The second story will have a balcony on
on the south side. The foundations are al?
ready laid, and the building will be completed
by the first of October next.
Mr. A. Brookbank^, the fruit and ice cream
dealer, will shortly give out a contract for the
erection of a new brick store upon his lot, at
the corner of Meeting and Queen streets.
The work will be commenced in about a ?
Mr. J. W. Harrisson, the paint and oil dealer,
ls likewise thinking or erecting a new building j
upon his lot, on Meeting street, near Queen, ?
now occupied by bis sign.
The extensive buildlog in Church, below
Broad, known as Walker's Colton PreEH, ls be?
ing fitted up by the Charleston Hydraulic I
Cotton Press Company ior the reception of j
one of the most powerful Cotton Presses in the
United States, made according to the Taylor
patent. The machinery Is now being manu?
factured at the Phoenix Iron Works of this
city, as already slated in THE NEWS. The
press will be in working order by the first ol
October next. It will bave a capacity for j
turning ont five hundred bales of cotton per
day, and will furnish employment for twenty
to forty persons.
CLUBS AND STARS.
Calender of Yesterday's Arrests and
Nicholas Dillon, drunk; discharged. Henry
Palmer, fighting; one dollar. Abram Ed?
wards, vagrancy; discharged. Simon Hynes,
applied for lodgings; discharged.
THE HEAT YESTERDAY.
The range of tbe thermometer yesterday, at
the drag store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south aide of Broad street, was as follows:
8 AM., 86; 10 A. M., 92; 12 M.. 'J2; 2 P. M., 93; |
4 P. M, 94; 6 P. M., 92; 8 P. M., 88.
EARLY BOLLS.-Dr. W. D. P. Arnau. of
Christ Church, brought to Charleston on Mon- [
day a boll of floe sea Island cotton, which
opened on the 20tb, and a boll cf short cotton,
which opened on the 27th.
SALE OF A LIGHTSHIP.-Messrs. Leitch & Bruna j
sold at auction yesterday the condemned light-. |
ship Rattlesnake for nine hundred dollars
cash; also four long boats for three dollars and
a half each. ? _
DEATH OF A CITY CONTRACTOR -Mr. M. Pow?
ers, a highly respectable adopted citizen of I
Charleston, who bas been a city contractor for (
te:: years or more, died yesterday after an Ill?
ness of several weeks.
APOPLEXY.-An Inquest was held yesterday
over the body of Charlotte Brown, a colored
woman who died suddenly at her residence,
No. 28 King street, early that morning. The
verdict was that she died of apoplexy.
THE BEAUFORT PILOTS.-The following is a |
list of pilota who have been examined and
have received brandes, and are authorized to
pilot vessels in the harbors of Port Royal and
St. Helena : T. P. Buckley, James Early, Juba
W. Wlgg, J. A. Dupong and J. M. Murray.
CHIEF JUSTICE O'NEALL.-A work entitled
uAn Account of the Life and Labors of Hon.
John Belton O'Neall, LL. D., late Chief Justice
of Sooth Carolina," by Dr. M. LaBorde, In the
University of South Carolina, will be published
in August by Mr. W. J. Daffie, of Columbia.
RADICAL Pow-Wow IN CHESTER OM SATUR?
DAY.-Moses, Ransler, Mackey and others
opened the campaign. H?ge insinuated that
carpet-baggers were best qualified to hold
office. He said he had been in the State seven
years, and was more of a citizen than "Im?
ported Dutch or Irish."' He also said that tbe
editor of the Chester Reporter deserved to be
sent to the penitentiary.
- ' DEATH OF A FORMER CHARLESTONI AX.-The
Albany (Ga.) News brings us the tidings of the
death at that place, on the 21st instant, of
Colonel Nicholas Cruger, formerly of the firm
of Cruger & Wade, o? Savannah. Colonel
Cruger was a native of Charleston, and was
moat highly respected by all who knew him.
His surviving family consists of his wife and
BIOGRAPHICAL SPLINTERS-Yesterday was
the anniversary ol the death of Marla Theresa,
Queen of Louis the Fourteenth, of France,
1683. William Penn, colonizer of Pennsylva?
nia, 1718. And Thomas Gray, author of Graj
This 1B the day ot St. Ignatius of Loyola
founder of the Order of Jesuits. He died on
the 31st of Joly, 1656, and was canonized
A RUNAWAY.-A horse attached to a buggy,
containing Mr. C. Llebenrood, took fright in
Sing street, near Mary, yesterday, and rattled
up the street ar a furious pace. After running i
short distance both shafts gave way, and the
animal pursued its course, with the swingle?
tree dangling wildly behind lt. It was finally
caught In the nelghbornood of Line street,
having received a few Blight bruises about the
hind legs. No further damage was done. The
horse and buggy were from Hogan's stables,
THE SOUTHERN LIFE.-The following gentle?
men have recently been elected officers of the
Southern Life Insurance Company, Atlanta,
Ga., for the ensuing year: General John B.
Gordon, president; A. H. Colqnitt, Esq., vice
president; W. C. Morris, Esq , secretary; J. A.
Morris, Esq., assistant secretary; L. E. Bleck
ley, Esq., counsellor. Directors-John B. Gor?
don, A. H. Colqnitt, A. Austell, J. 8. Hamilton,
E. W. Holland, D. E. Butler, H. V. M. Miller,
Wade Hampton, BenJ. May, S. Y. Tupper, W.
A. Caldwell, Wm. Johnston, John B. Moore,
Jos. A. Lawton, D. B. Murchison, James G.
Bailie, E. B. Walker.
CRUMBS.-Our Colleton correspondent omit?
ted to send his name.
General Wade Hampton passed through
Richmond on Monday on his way to the White
A drunken man broke a glas? in a window ol
T. S. Nipson's shoe store, No. 131 Meeting
street, yesterday. He was taken to the Guard?
There are but few public wells in Cannons- j
boro'.and Radcllffeboro", and the want of water
ls much felt in those localities. Cannot the |
City Fathers build a cistern under St. Paul's j
Church, and thus, in a measure, supply the j
On the S?st of July, 1718, two rustic lovers,
John xiewet and Sarah Drew, were killed
near Oxford, England, at the same moment,
by a stroke of lightning. The incident has
been memorized In rhyme by no less than
three poeta-Pope, Gay and Thomson.
THE COURTS OF LAW.
United States District Court.
R. L. McCaughrln was appointed trustee of |
H. H. Kinard, bankrupt, in which case the
lunds in the hs^ls of A. P. Pieper, J. P. M.
Epping and Louis E. Johnson, as well as those
In the registry of the court, were ordered to
be applied in payment of the judgments ac- j
cording to priority.
The Chlcora Mining and Manufacturing
Company were ordered to show cause on the
1st of October next, at Charleston, why they
they should not be declared bankrupts upon
the petition o? W. B. Williams & Son.
The Judge decreed a judement, on bond, of j
five hundred dollar's ?ach against Miltie Gage,
J. G. Gamer and mes Fenn, and against
Philip A. Eichelberger, David L. Turner and
J. Ward Heyward, ol four hundred and forty
two dollars and fifty-nine cents each.
Court of Common Pleas.
Judge Graham yesterday morning Issued a
writ of prohib? i i on restraining A. M. Mackey,
trial Justice, from making certain levies upon
the stock of Mrs. C. Stackley. Accompanying
tho writ was an order requiring the trial jus?
tice to pay over to Mrs. Stackley, before
twelve M. to-day, the sum of forty-eight dol?
lars and sixty cents, the amount of the claim
for which the levies were to have .been made,
the same having been collected from her, ac?
cording to the court, in violation ol the rule.
The order also Instructed the sheriff to arrest j
Mr. Mackey if be failed to obey the order, and
imprison him uniil the payment should be
made. Mr. Mackey complied with the order
of the court yesterday afternoon.
The return of A. M. Mackey and other trial
justices to a rule to show cause why an in-1
junction should not be issued against their In?
terference with the Charleston Joint Stock
Company, was made yesterday by C. W. Buttz.
The return sets forth that the case being a
criminal one, an injunction cannot hold. The
judge reserved bis decision until this morn- j
In the case of Gregg against Seabrook, suit j
to enjoin the defendant from recovering cer- [
tain costs under a decree of partition, the ar?
guments on both sides were heard and the de?
The court will be occupied this morning In
hearing the case of Miller vs. Slmonton-suit
to recover damages for property alleged to
have been wasted by trustee.
BISHOP HOWE'S APPOINTMENTS.
Ron tc of hi? Annual Visitations
Through the Diocese.
The Right Rev. Bishop Howe left the city
yesterday tor bis annual tour of visitations
throughout the State. He will be absent
about two months, and will conduct the servi?
ces, deliver sermons and administer the rito
of confirmation In the following named
churches on the days specified :
August 4, ton ti1 Sunday after Trinity, Moun?
tain Church, ?nionville.
Wednesday, August 7, Church at Glenn
August ll, eleventh Sunday alter Trinity,
Church at Spartanburg.
August 18, twelfth Sunday after Trinity,
Church at Greenville.
August 25, thirteenth Sunday siter Trinity,
Church at Pendleton.
Wednesday, August 28, Church at Anderson.
Friday, August 30, Mrs. Brooke's Chapel at
September 1, fourteenth Sunday after Trini?
ty, Church at Abbeville.
Wednesday, September 4, Churches at Wll
lington and Edgefield.
September 8. fifteenth Sunday alter Trinity,
Church at Newberry.
September 15; sixteenth Sunday after Trinity,
Consecration of the new P. E. Church at
Wednesday, September 18. Church at York
September 22, seventeenth Sunday after]
Trinity, Church at Chester.
September 29, eighteenth Sunday after |
Trinity, Church at Winnsboro'.
October c, nineteenth Sunday after Trinity,
return to St. Philip's Church, Charleston.
CHARLESTON COUNTY TAX SALES.
The following pieces of property were
mocked down to the State yesterday at the
"ire-Prooi Building for the taxes dun on them:
:. O. O. F., house and lot, 335 King
street.$ 789 96
?ackson, Estate Wm., wile and child,
house and lot, G Aiken street. 31 78
reffords. James, vacant lot, Plnckney
street. 17 85
reffords, H. w., house and lot, 85
America street. 105 72
ludan, John, house and lot, 6 Amerlo.
street. 36 75
larmarthy, John, houses and lots, 661
and 663 King street. 118 65
iuulst, Sarah, house and lot, Coming
street. 82 03
fraser, Es tat J Sarah E., house and
lot, 29 Coming street. 33 GO
Laurence, John, bouse and lot, Har?
grave Court. 24 50
Milch, Thomas, vacant lot, Short
street. lc 80
Marsh, Estate Ann JJ., vacant lot, 142
Queen street. 30 72
Marchant, J. P., house and lot, Laurel
street. 19 42
Mahoney, Ann G., vacant loi, Ashton
Court. 6 04
Meyer, Mrs. E. F., house and lot, 19
Warren street. 50 93
Miller, Estate Jacob, house ano lot, 21
Vanderhorst street. 68 26
Montgomery, A., house and lot, 31
George street. 99 23
Mulcahy, vacant lot, Cannon street... 36 49
McGinn, Mrs. Ann, house and lot, 63
East Bay street. 221 49
McPherson, Mrs. M. A., one-quarter
Interest In house and lot, 291 East
Bay street. 55 39
?pdebecK, Mrs. M., house and lor, 219
King street.. 239 93
Ottendorf! & Co.. house and lot, 87
East Bay street. 303 98
Ostendorff & Co., vacant lot, Elliott
street. 22 97
O'Keeie, D., house and lot, 58 King
street. 102 ll
O'Bara, Anna, vacant lot, State street. 47 52
O'Hara. Anna, vacant lot, State street. 33 60
Platt, J. H., vacant lot, 146 Queen 19 16 *
Peancherdero, P. V. A., building,
Dereel's Court. 34 16
Poinsett, Estate Paul, house and lot,
14 7 Coming street. 73 44
Pritchard, J. A., building, Meeting
street. 21 68
Railroad Accommodation Wharf Com?
pany, wharf, Washington street.. 1,825 13
Ray, Mrs. C. Bnstee, house and lot, 8
Jasper Court. 113 21
Roberts, Louisa, building, Park street. ll C7
Robinson, John, vacant lot, Laurel
street. 9 35
Robinson, John, vacant lot, Percy
street. 14. 70
Robinson, John, vacant lot. Percy
street. 9 98
Roddin, Estate B., vacant lot, Archdale
street. 4? 91
RosBler, Estate F., house and lot, 75
King street. 44. C3
Roesler, Estate F., house and lot, 22
St. Phillp street. 19. 43
Rossler, Estate F., house and lot, 24
St. Philip street. 19. 43
Rouse, Mrs. S. E., house and lot, 19
Pitt street. 77 13
Meetings This Day.
Charleston Light Dragoon Sabre Club, m 8
Anctlon Sales This Day.
Wm. McKay will sell at half-past 9 o'clock,
it his store, tinware, groceries, ?ic.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
tore, clothing, hats, ?c.
MORTUARY REPORT FOR TBE WEEK.
The following IB the official return of deaths
for the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing July 27, 1872 :
I ! BLACKS OB COL?
Cerebral D 1 s -
qucnce of age
Lene ocy thae
Mania a Terna
ease of Heart
Whites ie, Blacks and Colored 26-total 42.
Dacier 1 year ot age.
Between l and 6 years of age.
Retween 5 and 10 years of age.
Between 10 and 20 years of sge.
Between 20 and 30 years of sge.
Retween so and 40 years of age.
Between 40 and 60 years of age.
Between 60 and so years of age.
Between 60 and 70years of agc.
Between 70 and 80 ye irs of age.
Between so and 90 years of age.
Oxo. S. PXLZBR, M. D., City Registrar.
A MAN INJURED BY A STREET CAR.-Abou
night o'clock last evening, a colored man
named Louis Brown was knocked down by a J
street car, in front of the Charleston Hotel,
and severely Injured. He was riding on the
front platform, and had jumped off to pick up
his hat, which had been blown from his head.
While in a stooping posture, the car came up
and struck him In tho back, just above the
hips. Several persons lifted him into the
Charleston Hotel piazza, where be lay for.
some time, unable to rise and apparently in
great pain. He was sent to his home In
Beaufain street In a wagon from the Charles?
ton Hotel Stables. He ls a constable for Trial
Justice A. M. Mackey.
Hotel Arrivals-July 30.
J. Fish burn, Port Royal Railroad; Q. V. Bar
din, J. P. Bostick, Leesville; P. F. Klstler,
Rldgevllle; Wm. Sllltsey, George's Station;
CDlltLEaTON ROTE '..
W. Alblley, New York; W. J. Akers, M. D.,
C R. R.; C. J. Trowbridge,ti. and'N. R. R.; R.
L. Dannerberg, Ballimore.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND
The Dally Bulletin of Monday, July 29,
The market for new potatoes Is only moder?
ately active, and wltn free supplies prices
lavor ouyers. In vegetables there Is a talr
inquiry for lresh supplies, but without essen?
tial change In prices. We quote as follows:
New potatoes $2a2 25 per bbl In bulk. Green
:orn 50ca$l 25 per 100. Southern onions,
per bbl, $2 25a2 50; do Connecticut $2 50a3
per 100 strings. New rareripes $1 50a2 per
Dbl. Cucumbers, Long Island 37a50c per
100. Squash, Der bbl $1; do marrowfat, per bbl,
(lal 25. New turnips $lal 50 per bbl. Cab?
bages $4a8 per 100. Beets, Jersey, $3 60a4.
Southern tomatoes 40a50 per crate; Jersey
JOcail per crate, and Long Island f lal 25 per
Apples continue very plenty, with many
imall and inferior lots which hove to be
:lo8ed out for whatever they will brine. Pears
ire In fair request. The first lot of California
sears are expected on Monday, and consists
jf a lull car load ot Bartletts. Peaches arrive
reely, and choice lots bring good prices, but
he bulk of receipts are Inferior fruit, and sell
it very low prices. Watermelons are plenty
rom Delaware and South, as far as Georgia.
The latter variety are firmly held, buturrlvals
rom North Carolina, and as far north as Del
iware, generally run small and show a wide
range ot values. Other fruits without essen?
tial change. We quote as follows: New ap?
ples, good, $1 50a2 50 per bbl, 25a50c per crate.
Watermelons $50a80c per 100 for Georgia, and
S15a35 per 100 for North Carolina, Virginia
and Delaware. Nutmeg melons $2 60a3 per
bbl. Pears $2a9 per bbl. Peaches, Delaware
S3 per crate for choice; $1 60s2 per crate for
south of Delaware, and Jersey 70a$l 50 per
A PERILOUS PRACTICE.
[From the Beaufort Times, Rep ]
On Wednesday night last the train on thc
Port Royal Railroad consisted of twenty five
cars, fifteen of which were heavily loaded wita
lumber, so much so that the platform cars
bent beneath their load. Our Informant called
the attention of one ot the employee* of the
road to the danger of overloading freight cars,
in connection with passenger trains, when be
was told that the ai teni ion ol the superintend?
ent bad been repeatedly called to the danger,
but nothing had been done In the matter, and
lt was to the interest of those who engaged
the cars to put on as great a load as possible,
On arriving at the Ely tressel lt was found ex?
pedient tor safety to divide the train Into three
sections, and the passengers had to remain for
about two hours until the first section, consist?
ing of freight cars, was conveyed to the depot.
Would lt not be to the interest of the road to
increase its facilities for transportation t
NOTICE.-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 etock at extremely low prices.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street. _ july22
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS 1-Louis Cohen
& Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh 8tock 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. mayl6
NOTICE.-Previous io removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close ont all of our
present stock at extremely low prices
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 King
street. ' july22
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses. Bills, <ic,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav?
ing orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
SOMETHING NEV AND VERY BEAUTIFUL.
The Dolly Varden|Aibum8, Just received, are
handsomer and batter finished^ Mian-the old
fashioned kind, and are*y ust as oheap, at Von
San ten's Bazaar, So. 229 King street.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI 1-A royal game oy
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Ba.
News Room. apr20-w
FEATHER DCSTBBS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR, j aprl7-w
CORIKQ VERSOS ICOBBLING.-There are many
medicines that give transient relief In sickness
without touchlngthe source and seat of tbe
complaint. Hosteler's Stomach Bitters ls not
one ot these. The great tonic and "resterative
does not cobble the diseased and enfeebled
system. It ls not & mere palliative, that only
temporarily controls a few unpleasant symp?
toms. No; Its lnflgor^.tlng, regulating, res?
torative principle penetrates to the very source
ol the difficulty In the fluids and solids ot the
body, aod hence its cures are radical and
thorough- In dyspepsia lt strengthens the
stomach, In liver complaint lt regulates the
flow of bile, In constipation it promotes a
punctual habit of body, In nervous aliments lt
tones the sentlenti and motive Abres, In rheu?
matism it counteracts palo, and In cases of
general debility r?habilit?tes the emaciated
LAWYERS can bave their Briels printed in
any style desired, it short notice, at THE NEWS
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$6, $6 50 and $8 60 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEVS Job Office.
BUILDING MATE HAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand hy Mr. P. p. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pinokney street.
The above are all made at his own lac tory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and ?
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builder?' Hardware, ?c., from the
best manufacturers, mch8-fmwlyr
EUROPEAN ana American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. ?'v - 4 aprl9mwf
in it ir al LS on ?s.
HE ICD EL.-Dieri, on tho morning of the 3Hh
instant. Mrs. JOHANNA W. HEICHBL, aged 31
years, 6 months and 16 days.
^.-THE RELATIVE?, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Mrs. JOHANNA W. H EICHEL,
an i of her eon, H. H. Heidie], and of Mrs. H. Al*
mers, and of Mr. aod Mrs. David K. O'Brien, are
respectfully invited to attend the Funeral Service
ortho former, at Bethany, (German cemetery,)
THIS AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock. jolysi
BROWN.-Died, July 30, 1872, IDA CECILIA,
daughter ot Isaac and Mary Brown, in her mn
pw* THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances or the family are Invited to attend
her Funeral Services, at the residence, No. 6 Rat
ledge street, corner of Qaeen street, THIS AFTER?
NOON, at half-past 4 o'clock. . Jaly3l*
PW* THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND.
acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. MICHAEL POW?
ERS are respectfully invited to attend the Fane?
rai of the former, THIS AFTERNOON, at 3 o'clock,
from hiB late residence, No. 27 Franklin street.
pWTRE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances or Mr. md Mrs. Michael Kennedy,
and or Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Byrne, and Mr. and
Mrs. P. Flynn, are respectfully invited to attend
the Fuueral of Mrs. M. KBNNEDY, from her late
residence, corner Blag and Line streets, THIS
AFTERNOON, at hair-past 3 o'clock, without further
invitation. Joly 81?
PW* TSE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of Miss ELLEN POWE?, of Mr.
and Mrs. Tnomas Power, and of Mr. and Mrs.
Thomas Quinlivan, are respectfully Invited to at?
tend the Fanerai or the former, from her late resi?
dence, Gadsden's Oreen, THIS AFTERNOON, at 8
OIBARA, CUBA-Per scbr Eothen-74,000 feet o
the Charleston Cotton, Rice and Narai
OFFIOB CHAnLBBTON NEWS, I
TUESDAY EVSNINO, Joly 30, 1872. I
COTTON.-Tbere was a limited inquiry at weak
prices, factors having to submit very mach to the
views or buyers in order to Bell, the market being
juite irregular; sales about 360 bales, say 60 at
18 V, 26 at 18K, 2 at IS*, 141 at 18 V. 60 at 10, 22
at io v, 8 at 10>?c and lo bales on private terms,
tho market at the cloie being at l8V@l8Vcfor
low middling and l8Ji@19c for middling grades.
RICE.-The demand was moderate at nu change J
rates; Bales eo tierces of clean.Carolina, say 33 at
rx, 2 at : v, 26 at 715-I6c fl lb. We quote com?
mon to fair at 7?7*c; good 7V@s V
L'AVAL STORES.-Receipts 71 barrels spirits tur?
pentine, 417 barrels rosin, and 116 barrels crude
turpentine. Rosloal-Good grades in demand;
sales 600 bbls at $i'25@i 60 fi barrel for pale, and
$3 7A@4 fi barrel rpr low pale. No sales of com.
mon grades reported. Spirits turpentine was
quiet, sellers asking 46c fi gallon. Crude turpen?
tine may be quoted at $3 16 for virgin, $2 70
ror yellow dip and $180 for bard.
KEB to HTS.-To Liverpool, by steam dlreot, nom i
laion uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, ?don uplands, VJ on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal on apianas, on sea islands nominal,
to Havre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New York
by steam $2 on oplandj and - on sea Islands;
$1 60 ft tierce on rice; OOo fi bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc fl lb on cotton; - ft tierce
on rice; 60c ft barral on rosin; $8 fl U on
lomaer; $10 ft M on Umber. To Bonton, by sall?
ie fib on aplana cotton; rosin a?c; rcsawed
staff $10@1060; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $io fi M on beards, Xe V lb on
cotton; by neam $i fi bale on Now York rates.
To Philadelphia, by stoam $2 ft on cotton;
by BaU, $89 M on boards; $0 60@10 on timber; $3
per ton en clay, and $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam vc fi lb by Ball, $0 60@7 fl
ll on boards; tegs 60 on timber; $8 26 fi
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de
wind by oar merchants to take lumber freights
rom Georgetown, S. C., Darlon ana ?tetilla River,
ia., and Jacksonville Fla., to Northern ports,
md $lo@iu fi M are the ratos cn lamber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 00 day bills 24V
DOMBSTIC Ex CH ANGE.-The banks purchase
dight checks on New York at par @ v premium,
and sell at v@X premmtnm. Outside they pur?
chase at 1-18? v prom ?um, and sell at 8-16 3 V
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, July 30.
Noon.-Consola 02V. Bondi WM.
PARIS, July 3?.
Noon.-Renies 65ri7c. _ . , -
Nsw YORK. July 30.
Noon.-Freights steady. StocKs dull and heavy.
Gold firm at 14 J?. Governments very sironir.
Stat- bonds dall aud steady. Money easy at 3.
Exchange.long oy,; short 10V- -? _
Evening-Money hardening at 3vl. Sterling
firmer. Gold 14Val6. Governments strong and
V advanc;. States dull and steady. Freights
LIVERPOOL, July 30.
Noon.-Cotton opened steady; uplands OVd,
Orleans lOValOVd. . " "". "
Later_sales 10,000 bales; speculation and ex?
port 2000. ^ . ?.
Evening-Cotton quiet and unchanged. Man?
chester qalet and firm. . _ _ , ,
NEW YORE, July 30.
Noon.-Cotton quiet and rather weak; middling
uplands 2ivc, Orleans 2l*c; sales 74 bales.
Evening.- cotton steady; sales 4340 bales; up?
lands nae; Orleans 21^0. Sal?sor cotton futures
to-day 16,300 bales, as follows: August -.0>?a?0:
September 20#a20Ji; Octooer lOXalBjtf: No?
vember lSXal8X; December lsvais 7-i6c. fel?
lers' option tala year 18 Jiai8#.
BOSTON, July 30.
Colton rliill; middlings 22c; gross receipts 63
bales; sales loo; stock 9o00.
PHILADELPHIA, July 30.
Cotton doll; middlings2i^a22c.
BALTIMORE, Joly 30.
Cotton dnli and lower; middlings 2i3?c; groBs
receipts l bale; stock 1104.
NORFOLK, Joly 30.
Cotton dall; low middlings 20c: net receipts
15 bales; exports coastwise 60; Btook 471.
WILMINGTON, July 30.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20J?c; sales 21 bales;
SAVANNAH, July SO.
Cotton quiet ; middlings 2ic; net receipts 46
bales; Bales 10; stock 1511.
A OGDSTA, July 30.
Cotton dall and nom'nal; mlddliugB i9j?c;net
receipts 37 bales; Bales 100.
MEMPHIS, July 30.
Colton dall; middlings 2i>,-c; nee receipts 24
MOBILE, July 30.
Cotton unchanged ; low middlings 20c; sales 65
balea; stock 1086.
ry' NEW ORLEANS, July 30.
Ootton dull and nothing doing; low muni Hugs
20?20>ic; net rtc?lpta 66 balea; gross 66; sales 21;
GALVESTON July 30.
' Cotton nominal; good ordinary i9#a?oc: net
rectlpts 22 bales; otock 386.
PROVISIONS AND PRODDCE MARKETS. ;
LONDON, Joly 30.
Noon.-Sugar on spot 34s 3da34s GI ; afloat : ssa
28s ed. Weather favorable for the crops.
" LIVERPOOL, Joly so.
Noon.-Breadstufls dull. Red winter wheat
I Evening.-Common rosin 8aa8s dd. Turpentine
NEW YoRk, July 30.
I Noon.-Flour quiet and steady. Wheat dull and
i without decided change. Cora a abade firmer.
Porkqnletat $i3 70al3 76. Lard duli; steam 8a
9X. Turpentine quiet and weak at 66. Rosin
quiet at $3 30a3 35 for strained.
Evening -Flour quiet and Arm and In limited
export demand, whiskey steady at 92c. Wheat
ia2c lower and more doing; wnlte red Western
$1 coal 65. Corn unchanged. Rloe quiet at 8#a
9XC Pork steady. Lard heavy. Naval atores
quiet. Talllow unchanged.
New York Rice Market.
NSW YOKE, July 29.
The Dally Bulletin Bays: Carolinas are sttady
at previous rates. Foreign grades are Arm in a
Jobnlng way, and bring full figurer, while large
parcels in bond are a shane easier Bales of 60
tierces Carolina at 8X?9j?c, 100 bags Patna at
Tr?ase, and 226 bags Rangoon at e>\a7>.'c.
New York Naval Stores Market.
Nsw YORK. July 29.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts 10-day 1835
obis rosin. The shorts in spirits turpentine ap?
pear to have all covered, and with free orferings
and larger expected arrivals, the price Is decided?
ly easier, closing at 67c for merchantable lots.
We note sales of 90 bbls at 67c, 26 bbis at 68c, aud
200 bbis lu shipping orde.- at 69c-the latter was
an irregular transaction, and above the market,
strained rosin has ruled very q let to-day, and
the market ciosea a trifle easier. Tne highest bid
was j3 30 fur 1000 bbls go.)-1 strained, whl e yes?
terday $3 s? a was bid and refused. In the bet?
ter grades we notice sales or 75 bbls pale at $6,
160 bbls do at $6 25, and 150 bbls extra pale at
$6 26. Tar and pitch quiet and without new fea?
New York Coffee market.
KEW YORK. July 29:
The Dally Bulletin says: the movement in
Brazils has been a shade better dnrlng the cur
tent week, and at ?h<i recent decline the demand
for araa.1 lots from the Jobbing trade was fairly
active. Holders have been very steadv and were
disposed to harden a little ou small'purchases,
though accepting offers readily on invoice lots.
The effect of to-dayM Rio telegrams has been to
harden the market still fur her, and wir h a 'airly
free outlet the marker, ci-.ses very firm. In J.ivas
there ls a fair movement, mostly tn a jobbing
way, and other descriptions are moving to a'
moderate extent at full rates. The sales were
1,482 bags Maracaibo ex-Louise D, 1,003 bags Rio
ex-Proiemy. and 4,ooo bags ex Clio at Baltimore.
We quote as follows: Ordinary cargoes i6#@i5Ji,
fair do. 16X@17. good do. 17X017J?. prime do.
18<5)18)?. Java, mats and bags, gold 19@21, Mnga
pore U@16, Native Cevlon 1"@18>?, Maracaibo
16J?@18>?, i.azuayra 18@19, St. D. mingo 14@14>i,
Jamaica 16(5)17?, Costa Rica 16? 18, Mexican
17@18, Savanllla 17@18 cents.
WILMINGTON, July 29.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market, has declined
2c since last sale. Toe sales to-day were loo
casks st 46c per gallon for Southern packages.
ROSIN.-Market unchanged. The sales to day
were 2116 bbls at $2 so for ?trained, $2 90 for low
No 2. $3 for No 2, $325 for low No 1, $3 60 for No
1, S3 76 for extra No 1. $4a4 26 for low pale, $6a
6 25 for pale, $6 for extra pale, $6 60 for window
CRUDE 7rjRPENTiNE -Market steady at Satur?
day's prlcex. Receipts and sales or 234 bbls at
$2 60 for hard, S3 76 lor yellow dip and $4 26 for
TAR-Firm with an upward tendency. Sales
of 4 bbls at $2 76, and 76 bbls In urder at $2 90
Receipts by Railroad. Joly 30.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
33 bales cotton, 41 bales goods, 160 i-acks gram,
179 bbla flour. To Railroad Agent, Q W Williams
A C ', Q H Walter A co, A J Salinas, A B Mulligan,
H HI - choir A co, H Cobla A co, H B jlwlnkle, J P
2 bales cotton, 171 bbls spirits turpentine, 342
bbls rosin, cars lamber, kegs nails, mdse, Ac. To
Barden A Parker, Wbllden A Jones, R T Walker,
H Bischoff A co, Caldwell A Sou, Geo W Williams
A co, Railroad Agent, and others.
Per steamship Sea Gull, . .-om Baltimore-Mr
R L Deananburg.
POUT CAZ JEM UAH.
New Moon, 4*.b, 4 hours 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th. 12 hours, 83 minnies, mor'ng.
Full Muon, 18th, 3 horns, 34 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 26th, 3 hours, 16 minutes, evening.
a. a a
CHARLESTON. 8. C.JOLY 31, 1872.
Lat 86 deg 46 min 88 sec. | Lon 70 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-left
27 : h Instant. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P 0 Tren
holm, J P Brown. D B Haselton, i> Paul A co. J S
Bamburg, stoil, Webb A co, Il Leldlng, Chapeau
A Hetrron, R Tnomllnson A co, O E sc A s John?
son, C Claclus, E Jordan A Soo. J L Sheppard, E
Bates A co, Nachmann A co, Jeffords A co, Jos A
Enalow A co, n O'Neill, Steffens, Werner A Duck?
er' G h lecke J H Graver, H Bischoff A co, fl ire 4
co, E R Cowper th wait, H Klaue A co, J no Graver
A Bro, B Boyd, Bolimanu Bro-, J Thomson dc co,
W A Mehrtens, F D C Krac; e. J W Linley, Agent
Florida Steamers. N R Railroad co, M Lohrs, D H
Sllcox. Kinsman Bros, Mantouo A co, P P Toale, J
M Caldwell, and others.
Sehr Minnehaha, Swinton, Baltimore-10 days.
22S0 bnshels corn. To H Bul winkle.
Received from Chlsolm's Mill, loo tierces rice.
ToT H A W Oe wees.
IN THE OFFINO.
A bark unxnown.
Sehr Eothen, Brandberg, Gibara, Cuba-H F
Baker A co.
Brig A:tavela, Cousins, St Mary's, Ga.
Sehr Chas Dennis, Mccormack, Jacksonville.
Sehr Eothen, Brandberg, Gl t ara, Cuba.
Steamer Dlccator, Coxetter. pain.:KU via JacK
FROM THIS PJRT.
Steamship James Adeer, Lockwood, at New
York, July 29.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORI.
Sehr Minnehaha, Douglass, at New York, 27??
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK. July 30.
Arrived, steamships Russia, cay of Madeira
and Jas Adger.
Evening.-Arrived steamships Algeria and San
Arrived out, steamship Berlin.
LIVERPOOL, July 31.
Arrived, the Alice and Cutting, from New Or- I
leans; Alice D, from Charleston.
LIST OF VE88BL8
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Georgiana, Mann, sailed.
The Duke of Cornwall, Keaya, Balled
The Granton, Duke, up.
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, salle J...Jane ?
WEST HARTLEPOOL, ENS. 1
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 15 j
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, np. mw
Bark Ada Carter, Nichols,cleared.'.Y.Y'.Y.July
Sehr May Morn, --, np. Jul_ ia
Sehr Minnie,Hudson, cleared.'.""*.".".July
Sehr Minnehaha. Douglass, cleared. *. ..July
Sehr S L Davis, Bishop, np. .. joly 2*3
Sehr Etlwan. Prince, cleared.....*."July ."
Sehr David Nlohols, Wjman, cleared.'.'.'.'.".'july i
F HIL Ab S L PHI A.
Sehr Wm P O x, NeweU, ap. . jaiy
Scar Caroline Young, Young, cleared....Jane
Sehr Ann S Cannon, Cutten, cleared..July
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, Fooks, up.July :
Sehr Louis Enrmaa, Fooks, ap.Joly :
Sehr Dr Bogers, Allen; sailed...............July, :
?rano flriK tDictribntion.
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IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENT! CK?,
AT LOUISVILLE, KT.
By authority Ia the act of the Legislature Incor-1
poratlngxhs PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
the Trustees will give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great Hall of the Pabilo'Library Building,
tn Louisville, Ky, on
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T HEREBY GIVE NOTICE THAT,
X three months after date. I will make appli?
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or Bank of Charleston Stock, in the Dame of
diaries E. Kanapaux, Trustee of W. D. P. arnan
and wife, lost or mislaid.
Charleston, S. C.. July 6. W. D. P. ARNAU.
FOR NEW Xi?-RK.
?KW YOES AJ?B- CUABUK8TOJ? ?
ESTA BLI8HBD 18*5. ,
The superior nraUclass Sldewueel^St
MANHATTAN, M.,8. WoodhullCommanda*g
sall from Adder's south Wharr on SATURDAY,
gust 3, at 6 o'clock P? M.,-precisely. ?J ??A??
?3-The MANHATTAN ls handsomely and com-'
fortably fittedjtm??er>>passengers,, and offers
great ind ac erne nw to travellers go lc g. North ; '
&g- Marine insurance i y thia Line JCper cent.
M?t" Tlu-ough Billa ?TJiaalng given on cotton to
Llverpool. J?oatop, Providence,.and.the New Eng.
land manufacturing to whs. ' " " '
*3- First-class Passage $20, which includes
8tate Rooms and mei?r
For Freight or-Pasaage*.-Engagements, apply to
JnlyM-6 JAMJ^ADQER A 00.. Agents.
HP HE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
1 . i,8B
THE FIRST-CLASS l^OK SCREW STEAMSHIP^
GULF 8TBEW?^0?ptali^Hnl:?^^,. . ritr?fi
VlBarJSIAi^Jf^tnHinckley, . .
Are now regularly on tho Line, insnring Aflrsi-'
class sea connecUQHbetween Phiiadelphhvanq
Charleston, and m mnance with Railroad Com?
panies** rxttaTOrmlirLafford rapid transpor tatton
DO and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and .
the principal cities 'or the No.'thweat. Boston,"
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres, j, ?__-f'7J - S
MW The GULF.STREAM, ia appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf ton .FRIDAY, 2d Au g net, at '
6 O'clock P. M. .^^W-C. 'J-? -.: .. .-'j.
MWTae- will follow next week.
For particulars ofFreiiht arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharvoa.
W. P. CLYDE A 00'., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
JolyM' " ? . ,:
pOS NB W 'Y O B Kv 'vr',
ON WEDN?SpA^?.Ji3LY SI, AT %
O'CLOCK P. M. ' '-':
Tr rr--_ .. , (,. .. .
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870,
BTATE-ROOMB ALL ON DEOS. . ?
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steainahlp
SOOTH CAROLINA, ' Beckett, Commander; will
sall for New York on WEDNESDAY. Julyflst, at
4 o'clock P.iM., from Pier No. 2, Union WnaTves.
Through Billa of Lsjding to Liverpool and,the
New England cities as usual.
insurance by steamers of this Line >? percent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
verv One Deck Stateroom aooommodstlona; apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A 00., No. 28 Broad street,
or to WM. ?7 COURTENAY, No. l Urion WJwv? .
Jnly26 .. ? .. t-, ? .
P O R B A -L T r M O. B -B.
FREIGHTS BFxTEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF-"THE NORTHWEST,
The Fine Steamship SEA GD LL, Dutton, com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
Sd August, at half-past 6 o'clock P. M. u
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from' Baltimore wltbont addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL G. TRENHOL/M,"Agent,
juiy8o-6 No. a Union Wharves.
J3A0I?10 MAIL! ' 'STEAMSHIP miara
- THROUGH LINE TO Si
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ol the above line leave rTiTtti
No. 42. North River, foot of OanalSfisHE
street, New York, at 12 o'oiook noon, oTthejuuL
and 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for Sooth Pacific and Central American porta.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and Obina, steamers leave san Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Aspinwall. _ .
One hu n d red pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free. . ... ?.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
ar, the COMPANY'S TICKET 0FFI0E, on the wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York.5
Iniyas-lyr P. B. BABY. Agent,
SOUTH ISLAND, KEITHFIELD AND WAVERLY
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain _ -JP"**
J. T. Foster, ls now receivingfrelgQtS^ftif^T
at Accommodation woarr, and wm leave on
WKDNBSDAY NIGHT, theaist instant. . - i .
Freighvand Wharfage prepaid. ; . .
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captain
on board, or to i
y - RAVENBL, HOLMES A CO.,
Jolyap-2 . " No. 177 Eaat Bay.
~p O R WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
The Steamer MARION, Captain W. ? _?jr*?h.
F. Adair, ls now receiving Freightmmm^mwkWmZ
at Accommodation Wharf, and wiliieaveon
WKDNHBDAY NIGHT, the Slat Inst.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply- to captain on board,
orto RAVENBL, ."HOLMES A CO..
j uly80-2 _ No. 177 Eaat Bay.
OR PLO RID A ,
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR.
Captain L. M. Coxetter. will, leave ,_
T^tarnlDK; DICTATOR, will leave PADATRA
THURSDAY NIGHT. SAVANNAH.SATURDAY MORN
DTO. arrivlvlug here same afternoon. -
All Way Freight must b? prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL & CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf aud East Bay.
JpOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVKR.VIA GEORGETOWN.
The steamer PLANTER, Captain - ?JP?a.
J. T. Foster, will receive Freight at^?aSiu
Accommodation Wharf, on M0NDAY^tne29tn
and leave on WKDNBSDAY NIGHT, the stst inst.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For Freight or Passsge apply to the Captain
on board, or to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A CO.,
No. 177 East Bay.
N. B.-After the 1st August the PLANTER will
leave Charleston and the SWAN will leavo Gard?
ner's Bluff every TUBSDAY NIGHT, thus establish?
ing a Weekly Line between this city and the Pee?
dee River. jnry26-6
"VTOTICE.-THREE WEEKS AFTER
JLi date application will be made for renewal
cenmcate or Three Shares, numbered 16,718,
Plantera' and MeehanicaMBank stock, standing
in the name of w. H. TRAPIER, tn trust foi
BENJAMIN A. and PA UL TRAPIER, the original
having been lost. .
July26-?3 SHACKELFOBD A KELLY.