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THE COUNTY CAMPAIS
WILES AM> DEVICES' OF TBK LOC?
MA CCBIA VELLIA* S.
The Perennial SpTiTin the Radie
B?nu^rn and Mackey on ?
?r?rP?ttt-Tb? Coming Conrentio
and ?he Inevitable BolU-A Fi
Score or Sample Candidate?.
The Republican politicians of Chariest
. CouLty are now In the very midst of 1
trouble and turmoil of their biennial strugi
for p'ace and pelf, aQd in the ful1 enJoym,
o? the perennial split in their Interest!
party. The actual battle fo>- the county
flees will not, to be sure, begin In earnest
some weeks yet, but such ls the emull
strife of the opposing factions that they i
taking time by the forelock and measurl
swords tor a preliminary contest oven
delegation to the. State Convention, to mi
In Columbia on the 21st of this mouth. T
* Republican paity of this coumy, as every o
knows who IB'familiar at all with the loi
affairs of the dominant party, .are divld
ln^o two great fictions, headed respects
by Messrs. C. C. Bowen aud E W. M. Mack?
and lt ls also well known that this divlsioc
absolutely irreconcilable, lt ls a " bioo
chasm" not to be bridged over by any poBsll
compromise, and which can only end as <
the differences of opinion between the lilsto
Kilkenny cats. Both parties, ol course, i
opposed to the Democrats, and hate them li
mild way and on general principles, but
each other they have a deep and abiding 1
tred whioh ls alwayB upperoaost. Tberefo
with the approach of every political campalj
each faction assumes its war paint, digs up I
hatchet and gets on the war path, whlie t
bewildered negroes who form the vast bulk
both constituencies are crushed between t
two blades of the political scissors.
Toe latest and present apple of discord
the approaching State convention, and as ti
political movements are now developing,
appears pretty evident that there will be iv
delegations from Charleston County to clal
admission to that ass emblaze, and perhai
two distinct county conventions to choi
those delegations. The State conventit
having been called for the 21st inst, by Lie
tenant-Governor Ransier, chairman of tl
State committee, the chairman of the count
Committee, Rev. R. H. Cain, proceeded, t
was bia undoubted prerogative, to call tl
oounty convention for the 15th of August. 1
that call the county ohalrman confined hin
. self to specifying the number of delegate
from eac? ward and parish, and left lt t
the "ohalrman ol the city central execi
Uve committee for the City of Cbarlei
ton, and the local chairman of the count
parishes," to "provide for the count
meetings." Under thia authority Captain E
B. ASson, a staunch Bowenlte, who ls th
"ohalrman of the city central executive com
mltiee," (an organization called into being b;
the municipal campaign of last summer,) prc
oeeded to call primary meetings for nea
Thursday evening, the 8th Instant, and to ap
point three Inspectors of election In ead
ward, of whom the majority may reasonabl;
bs supposed to be good friends of Mr. Bowen
At this, It Is said, the Mackey ites took alarm
and sending to the Rev. Cain at Columbi!
procured from him a "supplemental call," li
Whioh he revoked the authority to the cit
and county chairman above mentioned
and commanded that primary meetings b<
bald in the various wards on the nighi
bf Friday, the 9th instant. This wa
a sort' of political^ injunction on Mr
Artson, Intended to restrain him lrom lesulnj
b!s contemplated cajljtoc. the primary ?lee
tioue on the 8ih. Mr. Artson, however, die
not refrain worth a cent, but proceeded mor
dadoualy and in contempt of Cain to publish
bis call in the Daily Republican of the next
day "regardless ot the supplementary call ol
Bev. E. ii. Cain, of the 29th August, tor the
reason that his call of the 22d was issued in
good faith, and that there ls no misunder?
standing ia the matter by the Repub leane
generally, bnt simply a dissatisfaction by a
Sew self-willed men. And believing that the
Republican party is not to be tampered with
by the county ohalrman, nor to be bartered
4way for a price."
It will be seen that In the language of Slr
. Inclus. O'Trlgeer, "it ls a very pretty quarrel
as lt stands." The Bowenltes are to meet on
the 8<h instant to elect their delegate?, and
the Maokeyltes are to follow ault on the 9tb.
The friends of Mr. Bowen claim that they wil]
nave aa advantage by electing their men on
. the first night, and then, by throwing their
whole strength again into the camp of the
enemy on the second night, electing them over
again; aqd hey claim that by these tactics
they will at least carry five of the eight wards
In the olty, which, with their admitted strength
In. the country parishes, will give them the
oontrol of the convention. This, however, Is
only the prospect as seen through Bowen
spectacles aud the Mackeyites claim that they
will have things all their own way. Inasmuch
as their primary meetings are called by the
direct authority of the county chairman, and
therefore are the only "regular" meetings.
Both are confident, and all are Irreconcil?
ables, and the result must be two county con?
ventions, the only actual struggle being as to
Whioh faction shall crowd the other om and
compel it to take upon Itself the onus of bolt?
ing. Then there will also be two delegations
to th? State convention, and that fact will
doubtless perclpltate the bolt that seems, cer?
tain to be made In that body, for the Maokey?
ltes of Charleston are the baoaoone of the
Scott faction, while the Bowenltes expect to
crystallze unto themselves all the Reform ele?
ment In the Republican party, which are re?
presented by such men as Orr, Corbin and the
other Radical Reformers, and which at o said
to be supported by President Grant and the
national administration. This story, however,
of Grant's supporting Governor Orr and his
adherents, In their attack.? upon the Scott
Bing, is emphatically denied by many
politicians In this State, who ought to know
something about lt, and lt Is very probable
that Grant, while he ls happy enough to be
represented as discountenancing the frauds ol
the Scott administration In South Carolina, for
the sake of effect at the North, will still be found
sticking to what is called the "regular" party
in this 8tate for the sake of ita Presidential
vote, whoever they nominate for State officers
This appears to be the condition ol affairs In
regard to the approaching conventions, and
lrrthe meantime active and anxious caucus
slog is lo progr?s?, the campaign goes bravely
on, and the candidates are as plenty as black?
berries, or to usa a current and perhaps not
iaaptjjuota'lon, "as thick as thieves." There
are Just twenty-eight offices In the gift of tho
people of Charleston County at the approach?
ing election, and for these there are about one
finndred and forty-three candidates, and it is
not a very good season for candidates either.
Below are given the names ot a good many of
of the most prominent, and the Hst might be
Indefinitely extended by including the smaller
fry of the political aspirants.
For the Congressman from the 8econd Dis?
trict, ex-Mayor Gilbert Pillsbury is the chosen :
maa of the Mackey party. County Treasurer
"Wm. Gurney and a Mr. Appleton, who owns
extensive property on Edlsto Island, are said
to be the candidates of the Bowenltes. Judge
J. J. Wright wW also ruo as the representa?
tive of Delany's black men's party, and Lieu
tenant-Governor Banaler is alsc spoken ot as
a probable and formidable candidate, although
it is said that Rausier would be equally wllliog
to serve his country as Congressman at large.
The contest for the shrievalty will be the
tug of war. Here Greek meets Greek In the
persons ot Bowen and Mackey, the great Mo?
guls of their respective lactlons. The other
candidates are Mr. C. B. Slgwald, on the Be
torm or Conservative ticket; Dr. W. D. P. Ar
nau, a Canst Church planter; John Hall, a dark
colored man belonging to this city; and Macon
B. Allen, colored, ol the law firm of Whipper,
Elliott <fc Allen.
For coroner, Colonel W. N. Taft, the pres?
ent Incumbent, is the Mackey candidate, al?
though Deputy Sheriff John A. Mushlngton,
colored, ls also spoken of as the choice of the
Mackeyites.* It may be that Taft has higher
aspirations, but, of course, If he wiBhes to be
con laued In the snug offioe of coroner, he
will have the whole strength of the Mackey
faction. The Bowenltes. lt is said, will make
a choice between B. H. Hoyt, white, of St.
Andrew's PariBh; William Oliver, colored, of
the Customhouse, and William A. Grant, also
colored. The Delaoy candidate ls said to be
John W. Miller, white, and Mr. Ostendorff is
spoken of as the choice of the Reformers..
For clerk of the Circuit Court, Mr. A. C.
Richmond, the present Incumbent, will have
the full support pf the Bowenltes. Delany's
tollowers appear to have settled on J. P.
Howard, colored, foreman of the grand Jury,
and an 111-deflned body of outsiders have
named Samuel Lee, a very respectable color?
ed barber of this city.
The 8olicitorshlp of the First Judicial Dis?
trict wlil be contested for by Messrs. Lucius
C. Northrop, E. B. Seabrook, John G. Mackey
and - Cook, white, and by L. J. Taylor,
colored. The first named is understood to be
Bowen's candidate, and the last named De
lany's, while the others are the candidates
respectively of Messrs. Seabrook, Mackey and
For county commissioners there appears to
to be no lack of willing and self-sacrificing pa?
triots. The present Incumbents-McLaugh?
lin, Miller and Gregory-could all be induced
to remain, while Isaac Reed, Robinson Thom?
as and Thomas E. Dixon, colored, and about
twenty-five others would be equally willing to
relieve them. Mr. C. Dunnemau ls also spo?
ken of as a Reform candidate.
For school commissioner, Aaren Logan, col
lored member of the Legislature, trial Justice,
&c, is about the only prominent candidate
yet named in the Radical ranks.
For State senator W. R. Jervey ls spoken of
as the Bowen candidate, and Reuben Tomlln
sou as the Mackey representative. It ls also
rumored that Lieutenant-Governor Ransier
has a'reversionary eye upon this office, in the
event of the failure or hid Congressional
This completes the list of county officers,
except the members of the lower house of the
Legislature, and for these positions the candi?
dates are far too numerous to mention. All of
the late members are In (he field, except
Bowen and Elliott, and fully hall a hundred
beside. Of these the most prominent are the
following, all of whom are colored : Paris
Williams, Henry G. Thomas, Cyrus Gaillard,
Robert Turner, Thos. Aiken, W. A. Grant, J.
J. Grant. Wm. F. Dover, Theo. Dupree, Chris.
Burke, Jno. Freeman, Peter ABb, Geo. Philips,
N. A. Quinn, N. T. Spencer, A. Artope, Henry
Thompson, W. G. Pinckney, Primus Green, J.
Prloleau, Jae. Hutchinson, Adam Small, Cyrus
Rivers, Ben. Capers, Ben. Myers, Edward
Petty, and about every third man of the usual
crowd of dusky flaneur1} about the square at
j the Junction of Broad and Meeting streets.
ITEMS OF BIOGRAPHT.-To-day istbeannlver
sary of the death of Queen Anne, of England,
17U Admiral Sir John Leake, the great na?
val commander, at Greenwich, 1720. Rev.
Robert Morrison, D. D , the first Protestant
missionary to China, at Canton, 1834.
THE GREELEY FAN.-A friend has kindly
sent THE NEWS one of the quaint Greeley tana
now in vogue, which may be Been in our
counting room. The beaming face of the bu?
colic philosopher is a pleasant thing to see,
especially when lt serves both to warm the
heart and cool the visage.
THE STEAMER PLANTER.-The steamer Plan?
ter has recently been hauled up on the marine
railway, at the foot of Society . street, and
thoroughly overhauld, repaired and repainted.
Yesterday afternoon a number of gentlemen
made a trial trip In her around the harbor,
which was entirely satisfactory. She will be
put upon the line between this city and Pee?
dee, and will make weekly trips, connecting
with the Swan for Cneraw and Bennettsvllle.
THE PUBLIC BCHOOLS.-The public Bchools of
this city will be closed fdr the summer vaca?
tion on Friday next. There will be no public
examination or distribution of prizes; private
examinations have already been held. The
teacners have each been paid three months'
salary, from the first of July to the first ol
October of the present year. There ls Btill a
balance due them, however, for last year's
NATIONAL ZOUAVES_The National Zouaves
will hold a meeting at the Pythian Hall, So?
ciety street, at half past eight o'clock, this
evening, for an election of officers. As soon
as the organization ls perfected a thorough
system of drilling will be Instituted, and a
parade may be looked for some time in Octo?
ber. Their uniforms have been ordered In
New York, and are expected to arrive here in
GEORGIA NEWSPAPER GOSSIP.-Rev. W. Wat?
kins Hicks has taken charge of the editorial
department of the Macon Enterprise.
On the 1st of September, Colonel A. R.
Lamar, formerly of the Columbus Sun, will
assume editorial charge of the Savannah Ad?
Colonel Sneed, late of the Savannah Repub?
lican, contemplates. In connection with a
prominent politician of Atlanta, re-entering
the newspaper business in that city.
SALE OF THE MTLLS HOUSE FURNITURE.-The
entire furniture ot the Mills House, consisting
of chairs, tables, bedsteads, mattresses, table
covers, carpets, rugs, curtains, bed clothing,
glassware, silverware and every other article
ol value to housekeepers, will be sold by
Messrs. Leitch & Bruns on Tuesday next, at
No. 157 Meeting street, opposite the Charles?
ton Hotel. The furniture can be seen to-day
and persons preferring to do so can make ar?
rangements to purchase at private Bale.
Meetings This Day.
Germania Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
National Zouaves, at half-past 8 P.M.
Cigarmakers' Union, at 8 P. M.
Homestead Building and Loan Association,
at half-past 8 P. M.
Cur 8ocial Circle, at half-past 8 P. M.
Live Oak Social Club, at 8 P. M.
Irish Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, near
foe Postofl??e, real estate.
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., 87; 10 A. M., 91; 12 M., 93; 2 P. M., 03;
4 P. M., 93; 6 P. M., 91; 8 P. M., 88.
THE NEW YORK VEGETARLE AND
The Dally Bulletin of Tuesday, July 29,
New* potatoes are arriving freely, and prices
do not show very tauch Btrenetb. Vegetables
are without Imponant change. We quote:
New potatoes $225a275 per bbl In bulk. Green
corn 50ca$l 25 per 100. Southern OUIODB,
per bbl, $2 25a2 50; do Connecticut $2 50a3
per 100 strings. New rareripes $1 60a2 per
bol. Cucumbers, Long Island 37a50u per
100. Squash, Der Dbl $1; do marrowfat, per bbl,
SUI 26. New turnips Mal 50 per bbl. Cab?
bages $4a8 per 100. B?ets, Jersey, $3 50a4.
Southern tomatoes 40a60 per crate; Jersey
90ca$l per crate, and Long I. land $lal 25 per
Monday usually Isa dull day, and liberal ar?
rivals of any description of fruit hard to close
out. 'Peaches were very plenty to-day and
easier. Melons are also lower. Apples are
Irregular, according to quality. The lot ot
Calliprnla pears ?poken ol lu our last Issue ar?
rived this morning In perfect order, and toe
entire lot, some ?ve hundred cases Barriens,
disposed of at prices ranging from $9all per
case. Other fruits are without material
chance. We quote as follows: New ap?
ples, good, $1 00*2 50 per bbl, 25x50c per crate.
Water melons $50a60 per 100 for Georgia, and
$20a30 per 100 for North Carolina, Virginia
aDdDelawarv. Nutmeg melons $2 00a3 per
bbl Fears $2a9 per bbl. Peaches, Delaware
$2 50a3 per crate for choice; $1 50a2 per crate
lor south of Delaware, and Jersey GOcall per
UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA.-The reputation
and high standard of this great Southern Uni?
versity ls attested by the fact that to graduatea
of the academic department of the session of
1871, 1872, ten professorships have been offer?
ed by colleges and universities; that the stu?
dents ol the medical school obtain high posi?
tions la the competitive examinations of the
United States naval board and city hospitals,
and by the professional position attained
throughout the country by Its graduates In the
sohools of law and engineering.
CRUMBS.-High water this afternoon at
fort j-nlue min ules past five o'clock.
The sun rises to-morrow morning at fourteen
minutes past five.
The crops of corn and cotton in a part of
Marion have been badly damaged.
The Aiken market is completely glutted with
watermelons. They sell at a very low figure.
A barbecue, In the Interest of the Green?
wood and Augusta Railroad, will be held at
Greenwood, S. C., to-day.
Colonel J. P. Thomas, ol Columbia, has been
conflned to his bed since Sunday labt, and ls
still suffering Irom the effects of a"painful sur?
Ic is reported that J. Wood Davidson, for?
merly ot Columbia, later a clerk in one ol the
departments of Washington, has been ap?
pointed lo a Positionen Japan.
A horse attached to car No. 7, ?f the King
street line, fell dead yesterday on King street,
near Morris, from the effects of heat lt is Bup
According to the return of the county treas?
urer, the city poll tax collected for the year
1871 amounted to twelve hundred and forty
one dollars. It should have been in the neigh?
borhood of ten thousand dollars.
General J. B. Hood bas signified his accep?
tance of an Invitation from the Survivors' As?
sociation to deliver an address at Columbia
next fall, during the meeting of the fair at that
Governor Scott offers two hundred dollars
reward tor the apprehension and lodgment in
auy jail tu (.Ule Otale, ?villi prOOI IO COUVlCt, Ol
William Ford, who murdered George Croswell
at Chester Sunday night. '
Passengers down from Charlotte, state that
during the fire that "occurred while the speak?
ing was going on there, Dr. Ross, an old man,
was run over by the engine, and lt is supposed
fatally injured. His head was badly injured
and several ribs were broken.
Tne slaves in the British provinces became
apprenticed laborers on the 1st of August,
1834, by an act ol Parliament passed in 1833.
AU negroes born In the provinces after that
date were free; ihe rest became free, some in
1838 and others in 1840.
The Fairfield prisoners were again before
Commissioner Boozer, in Columbia, on Tues?
day. Dennis Crosby and Adam Silneon were
discharged from custody. Joseph Crosby was
committed to Jail, to appear before the com?
missioner again to-morrow, for a further hear?
William Anderson, the Englishman, who
was charged with swindling the Savannah
Bank and Trust Company, and who has been
arrested five times and discharged without
satisfaction, has again given hlmseli up -in
Macon, and demands a lull Investigation.
In the old Roman calendar August was
called Sextills as the sixth month of tho series,
and had but twenty nine days. Julius Casar
in reforming the calendar added another day,
making thirty. Later, Augustus added still
another day and changed the name to August
In commemoration ot many pieces of good
fortune that bad happened to himself In that
A No. 1 DYEING and Cleaning of Gents'
CoalB, Vests, Pants and Panama Hals, at. Otto
Sonntag's, No. 34 Wentworth street, near Ar?
LONOCLOTHS.-Call at Stol1 Webb & Co.,
No. 287 King street and see their 4-4 Long
cloths at 12J, 15,16}, 20 cents. Also, one case
New Prints, fast colors. One case 10-4 Spreads
at $125. One case 12-4 super Spreads at $2 60.
CHEAP WHITE GOODS at Stoil, Webb 4 Co.,
No. 287 King street. Super Plaid and Striped
Nainsooks at 20 and 26 oents. Bordered and
Striped Victoria Lawns at 35 cents, worth 60.
4-4 Nainsooks 20, 25, 30 cents. Super White
Brliliantes at 25 and 30 cents. White Piques
at 25, 30, 35 cents. July23 tuths6
CHROMOS-To close out the balance ol our
stock, will Bell framed Cbromos from 40c. to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
DRESS GOODS AT STOLL, WEBB & Co.-Three
thousand yards moro of those super Bareges
and Japanese at 12* cents, worth 25. 3000
yards at 6 yards for $1. 1000 yards 4-4
English Cambrics at 6 yards for ft.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-8luth
NOTICE-Great reduction in prices o? Dry
Goods at Stoll, Webb & Co., No. 287 King
street. The subscribers respectiully 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-tuthsG
MARK YOUR CLOTHING ?-Order your Stencil
PlateB at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-th
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to-our new
atore, No. 276 King Btreet, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all ol our
present stock at extremely low prices.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street. july 22
DRESS GOODS l DRESS GOODS I- Louis Coben
& Co. beg l?ate 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 ls respectfully solicited. LOUTS COHEN &
Co., No. 248 Sing Btreet may 16
NOTICE.-Previous to 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
FoRCHOOTT, BINEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 King
CLUBS, SOCKTIES AND LODGES can have
their Consumo one, Summonses, Bills, &c,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav?
ing orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
LAWYERS can have their Briefs printed In
any a.iyle deslnd, at short notice, at THE NEWS
DRUGGISTS' LIBELS AND WRAPPERS taste?
fully printed, with appropriate cuts, at New
York prices, atTHE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
BILL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and t? 50 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
NEW YoBx-steamshlp South Carolina-769
bales uplaud cotton, 131 tierces rice, 107 balea
domestic.-, 1126 bbls naval stores. 86 casks clay.
70 bundles paptr, 4621 watermelons, 168 pkgs of
Th? Charleston Cotton, Rice and ."a aval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWB, I
WBDNBJDAY EVBNING. July 81. 1872. f
COTTON.-Th? market showed easier features,
and was rn oath- in the hands of buyers, factors
having to make concessions to effect sales. The
transactions ?ore abont 400 bales, say l at 18, 0
at lax, 19 at ll, 78 at 17*, 213 at 17%, 64 at 18, 3
atlBXc. Scant low middlings to fall low mid?
dlings selling at I7%@l8c ft lb. Quotations
RICE -This grain was firm and in good demand
Sales soo tierces of clean parolina, say 260 tierces
at 7?;. 30 att^.ia at 7 lc ioc ft lb. We qnote
common -to lair at 7@7#c; good 7?;@SS'.
NAVAL STORKS.-Receipts light, say 171 bbls
spirits turpentine and 311 bbls rosin. Spirits tur?
pentine lower, bat active. Sales 1090 bbls at 43?
44c fl gallon, as In pact ages. Rosins In good de?
mand, with sales in the past two days of about
1600 bbl*, partly low grades, not before reported,
at $2 oo for strimed, $2 75 for No 2 and extra No
2. $4 26@4 60 for pale, $3 75@4 for low pale, $3 60
fur extra No 1, $3 26 for No 1. Crude turpentine
may be quoted at $3 16 for virgin, $2 70 for
yellow dip and $1 80 for hard.
Faiteara.-To Liverpool, Dy steam direct, nomi,
aal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
for it, ^d on uplands, Xd on sea Islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coastwtae-to New Fork
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands;
$1 60 ft tterce on rice; eoe ft. bbl on rosin;
by sall X<s fl ? on cotton; - fl tierce
on rice; soc fi barrel on rosin; $8 fi M on
tamper; $10 fi Moa timber. To Boston, by nail
?io *J> ft on upland cotton; rosin esc; resawed
storr $io3io 60; phosphate $5@6 ?0. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 ft M?on boards, Ko ft lb on
cotton; by steam $l ft bale on Now York rates.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
by sali,'$8 fi li on boards; $9 60@10 on timber; $3
per ton en clay, and $3a$8 60 on phosphat?e. To
Baltimore, by i team Ko ft Ot by sall,' $8 60?7 ft
g on boards; ism 60 on timber; $8 26 ft
ton on phospbate* roCK. V?asela aro tu de?
mand by oar merchants to take lamber freights
'rom Georgetown, s. C., Darlon and SatUla River,
Ja., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind sioQiia ft M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANOB.-Sterling 60 day billa 24Ji@25.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka purchase
sight checks on New York at par ? % premium,
and sall at X@X premmlum. Outside they pur?
chase at i-i6@v premium, and sell at 3-18?*
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, Joly 31. .
Noon.-Consols92\a92%. Bonds 9lli.
PARIS, July 31.
Noon.-Rentes 5Cf 46c.
Nsw YORK, July 31.
Noon.-Stocks dull. Gold ntrnng at I6)tf.
Money easy at 8. Exchange, long o\ ; rhort lox.
Governments very strong. S.tate bonds strong
but quiet. Freights steady.
Fvening.-Freights steady. Specie shipments
$800,ooo. Honey more active at e. sterling on
settled and declined at BK*9X. Gold isxai5,\i.
Governments very strong at % ad varee; Tennes
sees strong; remainder States dull and tteady.
. COTTON MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, July SI.
Noon.-'"otton opened quiet; uplands 9%d, Or?
Later -Cotton closed flat; uplands 9Xa9Jid.
Orleans lOtfd; sales 10,000 bales; speculation and
ex oort 2000
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged.
NEW YORK, July 31.
Noon.-cotton Irregular: middling uplands
21>ic, orleans 2l?c; sales 1074 bales.
hvenlng.-Cotton-sales 6855 bales; uplands
2t>ic Orleans 21Kc Sales of futures to-day
is,too bales, as follows: August, 20a20)?c; Sep?
tem uer, 19l6-ifli20o; Oe ober, i9al9Xc; Novem?
ber, 18Jial8Kc; December, 18 6-16al8 7 lflc
BOSTON, July 31.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22c; net receipts 83
bales; gross 208;aalesICO; B'ock 9000.
PHILADELPHIA, Joly si.
Cotton quiet; middlings 21*0.
. BALTIMORE, July 31.
Cotton dull and lower; middlings 21a21>?c;groBS
receipts 427 balea; eales 60; stock nm.
.NORFOLK, July 31.
Cotton dull; low middling 20c; net receipts
so balea; exporta coastwise 22; stock 469.
WILMINGTON, July 31.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20??c; sales 4 bales;
AUGUSTA, July 31.
Cotton dnll and nominal; middlings I9>?c; net
receipts 7 bales; sales 60.
MEMPHIS. Jnly 31.
Cotton dull and nominal; middling 2l%c;
net receipts 87 bales.
_ MOBILE. Joly 31.
Cotton dull and nominal; low middlings nomi?
nal; net receipts e bales; stock 1091.
NEW ORLEANS, July 31.
Cotton a shade lower; some sales of low mld
dlmgri *t I9j?a20c; cet receipts 28 bales; gross 28;
sales 193; stock 8666.
GALVESTON, Ju"y 81.
Cotton unchanged; good ordinary I9xa20c; net
receipts 9 bales; stuck 345.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, July 31.
Noon.-Breadstufl's dull. Cumuerland cut
27s. Lard 37s 3d,
NKW YORK July 31.
Noon -Flour quiet and Arm. Whpat arm.
Corn Arm. Porn quiet at $13 65ai3 76. Lard
dull; steam 8a8Jic. Turpentine dull at62a53>ic.
Kosln q'ilet at $a 30a3 35 lor atralued.
Kvening.-Flour Armer; common to fair extra
$7a8 90; good to choice f 8 95al2. Whiskey dull
at 9ic. Wheat inactive and nuclmuged. Ourn
quiet and Arm. Bice quiet at 8>?a9c. Pork lower
at $13 50ai3 65 Lard unchanged. Naval stores
dull. Tallow 8??a9>?c.
BALTIMORE, July 31.
Flour-new In good demand; old dull; prices
unchanged. Wheat Armer and advanced 5c.
corn Armer; whits 70a75; yellow ooaes. uats
quiet and Arm. Ryo unchanged. Provisions
quiet but Arm. Whiskey unchanged.
ST. Louis, July Si.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Durn a Btiade bet?
ter; No '? mixed 89>ic. Whiskey declining, sales
at ole Pork qui t.; offered at $13 50, without
buyers; sales of order lots at $13 76. Bacon quiet*
shoulders o^c; clear rib sides 8Xa8%c; buyers
last half of August 9c; clear sides 9a?>?c. Lard
CINCINNATI, July 31.
Flour, good demand for old at $8a8 25; new $7 60
B7 65. corn advanced, 47al8c. Pork dull and
more regular at $13 60; city $14; no sales. Lard
dull ann nominally 7K, 8i8Xc. Bacon In good
demand; shoulders 6>ic; clear rib sides 8Kc; old
sides ?c. Whisney active and higner at 84c.
_, LOUISVILLE, July 31.
Flour steady; ramify $0 e 25. corn quiet at
62c. Provisions lu fair demand and Arm. PorK
$13 25ai3 60 cash. Bacon shoulders ejic; clear
rib sides 8Ji; old sides 9%, packed. Laru. tierces
9a9X; kegs 10^; order lots J* higher. Whiskey
Arm at 89c.
Baltimore Coffee and Grain Markt t.
BALTIIIOHE, July 27.
COFFEE.-Market, for Rio baa con tinned dall and
almost nominal; importers remain Arm and ex
nib it indifference aboat offering; their atocle. We
nave only to report sales or 1800 bags, In lots,
from Fecund hands, at 17ai9c. and on Thursday
608 bags cholee.ex-Frsnci sJane,understooa 18)?
gold, to go West. To-dav, 4000 bags, ex clio, on
p. t.; supposed l7J?c. Quality gool to prime.
Imports this week 2600 bags per squldneck, and
since 1st January 188,606 nags; same time last
year 339.638 bags. Stock to-day in flrht t.ands
21.620; at New York 118,685; all other ports 6600.
We revise quotations at close, viz: For cargoo*
Rio. ordlnarv i6>? 16; fair I63?ai7; good 17Ka
17X; prime I8al8j?c. Q tote Jobnlng lots: oral
nary I6at8>i; fair to good i7?al7>i; good I8il8)i;
prime 18 Ka 18%; choice 19>?; fancy i9Xal9Xc
All gold, 60da>H.
FLOOR -Receipts generally cnnUoue light. The
product of the steam mills in the city la equal to
.toout 1000 bb ls pt day. Those run hy water lt
H cs ima'ed are not yielding over 600 b'ils per
day. The 1 titer cia? of mills are una de to sup?
ply their local trade demand, in consequence of
this limited production, shipping brands ate held
very firm tor forward delivery, and local trade
brands are maintained at Iud quotations, not?
withstanding the gre t relative di part y in rhe
prlcrsror wheat. Under this conduloa or ihe
marrcet for nome brands, the attention of buyers
are more directed to Interior brands. Good fresh
ground, and new extra and family, are sought
after;good old stock ratnily l-also moving; but
old low grade super and extra ?re very dui1, and
dim nit to sell. The demand ls principally for
itood and prime frc sh ground and new extra at
$7 25a7 60; tnese are wanted by bo'h shippers aud
local dealers. We note transactors for toe week
fis follows '
Howard Street-600 bbis common to stood ex?
tra at S6 60a7 60; 400 bbla ram y $9a9 37* ; 100
choice choice Virgil la $10 26.
Western-(Ohl?,ludia a, ftc.)-203 bbl^-lnferior
soper $4a4 6u;400 bnis good do $6a6 25; KOO bbla
low grade extra $5 76a6 75; 160o bbis good and
prime do $7 26a7 60; loo do choice $8; 1200 bbla
family $8a8 75; loo do $9; 8u0 do st. Louis $9 60a
io. To-day 600 bbla at $7 76a9 26 ; 200 uo super $5
Northwestern-200 bbis extra at $7 37)?a8.
City MI'ls-Nosaiesror export reported; trade
brands to the capacity or production are taken at
GRAIN.-Receipts to Thursday, Indas!vc. com?
prise or wheat eo.iuo bnsi els; corn, 2-3,400 bushels
southern and 67,800 bushels Western; oats, 21,700
busheln ; rye I600 bushels. Wheat, nuder receipts,
and the moderate wants of millers, on account of
their snort grinding for want or water, prices
have declined 10c per bushel, corn-southern
shows a decline or Gale per bushel. We>tern dud
and weaker: western receipts have fallen off con
slderat'l) ; the scarelty of tonnage in port and ab?
sence of freight room, cn. tributes 0 tbe dullness
in e rn. oats are In lighter supply, with prices
heavy. Rye quiet; but little arriving. We give
transactions 1 r tbe week as follows:
Wheat -6600 basnets Soatbern white at $140a
1 70, as to quality; 400 do Western $1 65; 46.000
bnanels Southern red at $l-40al 70, in tue btg.n
nlcg of tbs w ek; subsequently $180ai 76, closing
on Thursday $1 80al 70, us to quality: Tu-day,
16,100 bushels offered; market was heavy, and
dosed 60 lower, with some lota left over unsold.
We repeat 1000 bushels Southern white at $l 55a
166; 10,000 bushels do red $1 30al 70-bulk $16ua
160; only loo bushels brought $170.
Corn.-20,000 bushels soutnern whlre at 77a81c
early la the we k, and dally lower, closing on
Thursday at 7?a76c; 1000 bustle s southern yel?
low 63a64; 800 bu-hels western white 64a68; 1400
bushels No 1 do 74; 2000 b abels Kw mixed do
61c; 17,000 bushels do on privare tenn-; 3000
bushels mixed on tracK eoaei; 12.500 bushels la
lois from eleva or*69a60c, mostly 5'j>?c; 4100 busb
e B No 2 do 66c; 2000 bushels damaged 60dS5c To?
day, 52U0 bushels white, and 60CO bushels Western
mixed-lattt-r went Int? elevator. Market was
dull; sales 1300 bu-diels Southern white 75a77; 25u
do Inf nor 70c; 800 We-rern white 75a"6; 2600
bushels Western mixed from eievaior, on private
terms; 200 bus els do 60c; 800 bushels do damaged
6SC stuck lo elevator 202.8*2 bushels.
cats.-400U bushels Soutnern at 35a42 cts. as to
quad ty; 16,000 lo 20,00 J bush'ls Weaieru at 41a
43 cvots for white. S8a4l cents ror mixed. Ton sj
only .830 bushels received; aaies 2i00 bushes
Weateru mixed at 4la4'? couts; 600 bushels new
Southern at 40 cents; 100 do do 44.
New York Rles market.
NEW YORK, July 30.
Tbe Dally Bulletin says: There ls a fair general
demand for ad grades at steauy prices, titles ol
80 tes Carolina at 8Xafl>?'c. 200 bass Patna at
7Ka8c, and 300 baga Rangoon at Gj?a? \'c.
New York Naval Stores Market.
Nsw YORK, July 30.
The Daily Bulletin pays: Recelpra to-.iuy 199G
barrels rosin, and 40 bblB spirits turrenilue.
spirits turpentine has ruled very Irregular to-day,
aud riiTr rings made lor lo s to arrive within a few
days at 61c Sales of spot lots reach 205 barrels.
Rosin moderately active and closes a shade firm
er. Sales 1200 barrels strained at $3 30,700 obis
do at $8 85, 117 bbs pale at $4 76 und 400 bbis
good No. 1 and pale at $462)?. Tar and pitch
without new reatare of Importance.
WlLMINOTOH, July 30.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE -The market declined lc
this morning, but closed this evening with an ad
vance of Kc over the decline. The nales were 10(
casks at 45c, 60 casks (selected) at 46.', and t>7i
castes at 46>ioper gallon for southern pacaage-i,
Ko.s IN.-s raine I rosin has declined lue Nc
change or prices in orher qualities. Sales to-il.y
or I4W8 bbla at $2 70 for strained, ?2 00 for low Nc
2, $3 ror No 2, $3 60 ror No 1, $3 76 fur extra N . l,
$4a4 26 ror low rale, $6 26 ror pale, $5 50a6 76 for
extra pale, and $6 for window gtaas.
CRCDK TURPENTINE. -Market str-ady at un
changed figures. Receipts ami sales of 035 bbis ul
$2 60 ror hurd, $8 75 tor yellow dip, ana $4 25 foi
TAR-Bas advanced 15c. Thc receipts and sales
to-day were 27 bbis at $2 86,32 bbis' at $2 00. ami
125 bbis in order at $3 per btji. Market Arm ai
$2 90 per bbl.
Receipts per Railroad, July 31.
80CTR CAROLINA RAILROAD.
27 baleR cotton. 40 bales goods, 163 bbis spirits,
722 bbis naval stores, 414 sacks of wheat. 1 cai
stock. To Railroad ? gent, Chapeau A co, Bar
den A Parker, winiden A Jones, G W winiuiua &
co, O Llebenrocd, J Campseu 4 co Wageuer &
Mon-eos, Kinsman & Howell, G F< llln ? Son, M
Trie-t, Trennolm A- Son. T f smith, ll Lc-ldlng, w
Goldsmith A- sn, paul,Welch 4 Brandes, sieden?
Werner 4 Ducker.
NORTEE ART ERN RAILROAD.
224 bbis spirits turpentine, 640 bbis rosin, can
of lumber, kegs nails, mdse, AC. To Barden 4
Parker, winni en A Jones. Kinsman 4 Howell, J
P smith. J E Adger A co, A s smith, M Golosmltt
A Son, SAC Railroad Agent, Order, and others.
Per steamship South Carolina, ror New York
Mr and Mrs Karalnskl, three children and nurse
Mrs Emanuel, PC Emanuel, W R cloutman auc
wire, H B D jwle, D D coben, wile ami nur-e, J t
Nelson, w s Prince, G w Pemberton, w A Wyl. y
Mary Hicks. W H Laiar E Crippen, P Crippen, ?
ll Crippen, P Tranter, Miss Dunning, Capt Brown
I T w Hoar, Mr Pa ker, M Callahan, Miss H i H lr, J l
Ford, Bishop Lyne', Mr and Mrs Barber and tn
fant, Mary Hays. J Atwell, R B Chinen, T Turner
U iniiah Swenson, Amelia Heltlaue, and live sea
men of tho wrecked Spanish brig Jesu Marla j
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York
Mrs H cornea. E W Gardner, M RoHenthall, Dr !
H Kellers and wife, P Moran and /ire. ic M Oak
man, J W Valentine, O F Agreli, E T Brown. T t
Egleston. L W cent, F L Childs, Wm K Rice, J J
Monroe, and four deck.
Per Bteamer Water Lily, from Edlsto, Enter
orlse. Rockville, ami Way Landings-Rev C
PrenilsB, D J LaRocne, G L Marsteller and Franl
PORT VAL KU L>.m.
New Moon, 4f,h, 4 hours 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th. 12 hours, 83 minutes, mor'ng
Full Moon, 18th. 3 houia, 31 minute ', evening.
Last Quarter, 26th, 3 hours, 16 minnies, evening.
?j JULY A AUO
3 saturday ...
R. A 8
IMA RIK B KRWS.
CHARLESTON, B. C.AUGUST 1, .872.
i.atu2deg4d mm83 sec. | Loc70dc??i7miu27i;ic.
Steamship Manhattan. Woo lbuli, New York
left. Sunday. Mdso. To Jas Adger A co, S C
Railroad Agent, Southern Exp CBS co, N E Rail?
road Agent, SAC Railroad Agent, Adams, Da
mon 4 co, D A Ammo, J E Adger 4 co, S Burns,
MAA Ashton, G W Almar, A M Adger, Edwin
Bates A co, c D Ahrens dc co. B csojd, Il Bischof
ii co, r M Bristoii ft co, J H limning ft co. Mn
M J Booth. W M BIM ft co, B T Brown, Brewer St
Kotinke, F O Boruer, G A Bowman. Lt R Batik*,
Beaurort Republ can. j P Broun. Hollmann Bros,
Coosaw M ft M co, John Campscu ft on, cameron,
uarkley ft co, ft 0, J O ll Haussen, H cobia A
co, Carrington. Thomas 4 co, L cbapln, O Ulscl
us, Craue, Boylston 4 co, WH Chaiee ft co. Mri
O M Coate, T M Cater, steamer Ciry point, Dowle.
Moise 4 Davis, L uracker. I) p Fleming ft co, c
Gray 4 co, Forsythe. McComb 4 co, u urave.ey, J
ti Graver, J Graver 4 Bro, D Goldsieia 4 bon. JJ
Htzuibbon. S ft B M logartle. A D Fleming, r 1
Falk 4 co, B Feldmaun 4 co, H Gerdts ft co, I u
Had * co, Hart ft co. H D Hawley, D B Haselton,
Jno Hurkamp 4 co. A Illing, John-ton, Crews ft
co, Jeffords * co, Kllnck, Wlckenberg ft co, EH
Jackson, Jaeger Bros, Kinsman Bros, J P Kiep, ti
w Krlete, Knobeloch 4 SmaiL, Kanapaux A Gon?
zalez, Laurey, Alexander 4 co, PB Lalane 4 co,
: A Langer, Wm Lebby, O J Lunn, J H Lawten 4
co, R w Lockwood, Ed Lee, Locke A Grorung, J J-l
Mourr?e.,? Uta<-hgt, McLoy 4 Rice, Wm M?tenles
sen, JGMUoor Se co, Martin 4 Mood, Mantoue 4
co, Wm McKay, P F Murray, I W Marshall 4 co,
wm Marscher. K Moller, M Marks. Jas Mahoney
>}LBQn, D O'Neill, Bernard O'Neill, John F
Ocelli, u L Ostendorff, J o OJemann. N M Porter,
Paul, Welch 4 Brande*. O P Poppenhelm, D Paul
? co,-J R Read 4 co, P Paren ?, ?aveael, Bolmea 4
co. Kavenel 4 co. J Relis. G Rlecke, w p Russell
4 co. A Rouinllut, L Schnell. Shuckelford 4 Kelly,
Wm Shepherd 4 co, Steffens, Werner 4 Ducker,
J L Sneppard, H soubeyroux, P sphuehrnann, S
A 4 S Phuaphate co, A O stone, P P Toale, Sun?
day Times, M Trlest, J F Taylor 4 co, Tledeman,
Calder 4 co, S Tnomson, Wm Ufferhardt, J H Tol?
lers, F Von Santf-n, Watker. Evans St Cogswell, P
Walsh. G W Williams A co, Wagner 4 Monsees, P
Wineman 4 co, S H Wilson 4 Bro, O F Wleters. R
wnite, G H Walter St co, Wando M St M co, W J
Tates. J TJ Borsch, and others. '
British bark Architect, Doddridge, Cardiff-60
days. Railroad Iron. To Order. Vessel to Robt
Mnre 4 co.
Bark Ada Carter, Nichols, Boston, - days. Ice
and mdse. To A Gage 4 co, and O W Bradley.
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlsto, Enterprise
and Way Landtags. Mdse and sundries. To D
Nisbet, Frxser 4 Dill, W Moultrie, S A Woodside,
R Graham 4 co, M Trlest, O Berlin, A Johnson, A
Robinson, Kinsman Bros, Klinck, Wickenberg 4
co, and others.
Sloop E c Chapman, from the wreck of Spanish
brig Jesu Marla y Jose, at Stono. Salis, rigging,
4c. To WP Hall.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
-Wagner, Hager 4 co, WA Courtenay.
Sehr Palma, Rankin, New York via Georgetown,
5 C-H F Baker 4 co.
' Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York,
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Hay nie, at Baltimore, 30th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE, Joly 31.
Arrived,1 the Crescent City, from Bremen.
The pilot boat Pride, No 8, spoke off this bar
yesterday the sehr carrie Drew, 80 days from Bos?
ton, bound to Satllla River, Ga.
The bark Edith Hall, from Boston for Charlea
lon, arrived at Vineyard Haven July 27.
The sehr Susan Sorantnn, Farrel, from Little ;
Rive, s C, arrived at New York June 28.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, OLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
The Georgiana, Mann, sailed..v..June 7
The Dnkc or Cornwall, Keaya, sailed.May 22
The Granton, Duke, up.June 19
WB8T HARTLEPOOL. BKS.
The Pegaras, curls Hansen, cleared.May 16
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, up.July 16
Sehr May Morn, -, np.July 16
sehr Minnie, Hudson, cleared.July 24
Sehr Minnehaha. Donal ass. cleared.July 27
Sehr S L Davis. Bishop, np.July 28
Sehr Etiwan. Prince, cleared.Jnly 26
Sehr David Nichols, Wyman, cleared..July 26
Sehr Wm P O- x, Newell, up.July 17
Sehr Caroline Young, Young, cleared....June 7
Sehr Ann s Cannon, cutten, cleared.Joly 3
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, Fooks, np.Joly 19
Sehr Louis Kurraan, Fooks, np.Joly 19
Sehr Dr Rogers, Allen, sailed.July 1
? ci ito ac c. j
CHARLESTON, Jane 1, 187X
EXO?RS'ON TICKETS to-GreeovWe, Anderson
and Walhalla have been put on sale TO-DAY, and
will continue on sale until 1st September.
Good to return until lat November.
BaggH ge cheesed through.
Prien to Greenville and Return $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $16 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $19 30.
Price to Spartanburg and Retara $16 80.
Excursion Hoke ts also on aale to Ca to osa
Springs (Ga.)-price $24.
The above Tickets on Bale at the Line street
Depot, and at the Charleston HoteL
S. B. PICKE NS, A. L. TYLER,
Juni G. T. A. vice-President.
gOUTLi CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0., May 19,1872.
On and after SUNDAY, May 19, the Passen?
ger Trams on theSonth Carolina Railroad will run
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive.at Augusta.4.26 r M
Leave Charleston.8.10 A M
Arrive at columbia. 4.06 P M
Leave Angosta.7.40 A M
Arrive at charleston.8.20 F M
Leave Columbia.7.40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p M
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESE.
(Sundays . excepted.)
Leave Charleston.7.20 F M
Arrive at Augusta.0.00 A M
Leave Augusta.7.40 F u
Arrive at Charleston.0.46 A M
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston..... 8.20 F M
Arrive at Columbia.6.40 A M
Uave Columbia.6.60 F M
Arrive at Charleston.6.66 A M
BUMMER VILLI TRAIN.
Leave Summerville at. 7.25 A M
Arrive at charleston at.8.46 A M
Leave Charleston at.a so p M
Arrive at summerville at.4.46 r u
Leave Camden..,.0.16 A M
Arrive at Conimbla.10.40 A M
Leave >;olumbla.1.46 F M
Arrive at Camden.6.26 F M
Day and Night Trams connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Kail road, Centrai Railroad
an<\ Georgia Railroad. This la the quickest and
most direct rou te and aa comfortable and cheap as
any o; her route to Louisville, Cincinnati, Chicago,
St. Louis and all other points West abd Northwest.
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenville
iud columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trams
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Train connecta at Ringville dally (ex?
cept sundays) w.th Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President
S. B. PI0KEN8. Q. T. A. _1anl9
AV AN N AH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jane 13, 1872.
, On and after MONDAY, Jane nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road wm run as ?OIIOWB:
Leave Charleston daily.8.30 P. M.
Arrive at savannah dally.9? ?.
Leave Savannah dally."?*J f" JJ
Arnve at Charleston dally...... iA.it.
DAY TRAIN. .
Leave Charleston. Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 3.30 T. M.
Leavo Savanaah, sundays excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 8.60 p. M.
i passengers from Charleston by 3.30 P. M train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for Beaufort, (Sundays excepted.)
1 Freight forwarded dally on through billa of lad?
ing to points In Florida and by Savannah line ol
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freiehtB for Beaufort and pointa on Port Royal
Kstiroad and at aa low rates as by any other lina
TlcketR on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
H. o BOYLSTOM, oen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent. 1
AT?BTHEASTEBN RAILROAD COM
CHARLESTON, S. C., June 8,1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A. M.
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leavlngio.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqala
Creek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving bv 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY in Bal
timoro. Thone leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
This ts the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and No thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. marji
THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE AP?
PLICATION will be made for renewal of 4
Miares Union Bank Stock, standing In the name
of Trust' es Shlrra'a Dispensary, the original
having been lost.
Charleston, July 3,1872. july4-lamo3
- - ; , . gripping." ~ ^
pOK NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, AT 6
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IBON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel steamship
GEORGIA. Holmes, commander, will sail for New
York on WEDNESDAY. Ansnst 7th, st 6 o'clock
P. M., from Pier No. a, Union Whams.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cines as nattai.
insure ncc br steamers of this Line a per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very Une Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A co., No. 28 Broad street,
or te WM. A COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves,
J^OR NEW YORK..
M KW YORK AJJ?D CH ARLEBTOK
ESTABLISHED 184 5.
The superior nrst-ciass Sldewheel- Steamship
MANHVTTAN, M. 8. Woodhull, Commander, will
sall from Adger*a Sonth Wharf on SATUBD?T, Au?
gust 8, at 6 o'clock P M, precisely. V'V . .
SES- The MANHATTAN ls handsomely and com?
fortably fitted up for passengers, and . offers
great inducements to travellers going North.
MW Marine Insurance by thia Line a percent.
MW Through Bills or Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the Sew Eng*
land mnnuracturlntr towns.
MW First-class Passage $20, which lnclades
State Rooms and meals.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
July 29-6 JAMES A PG EB jj CO., Agenta.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SOREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STRE AM. Captain Hunter,
EVE RM AN, Captain---,
Are now regularly on ino Line, insuring- a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia ana
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Mann rac taring Cen?
MW The GULF STBEAM ls appointed to sall
fr ou; Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, M August; at
6 o'clock P. M. [V - ir?.
S&fThe EVERMAN will follow next'week."
For particulars or Freight arrangements/?ttlj.
to WM. A COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agenta, No. 12
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
O R B A L T I M O' JS :j
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED.?l$t~k
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on BATDXSAT.
3d August, at half-past 6 o'clock P. M.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without 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 c. TRENHOLM, Agent,
July30-8 No. 3 Union Wharves.
jpOR IJVEBFOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their first .class, full power
iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 48 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY",
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (omce No. 29 Broadway) $90,
For Freight or dabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 03 WaU street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
?>y the Charleston and New York Steamers, wJMoh
uake olose connection with the above Une. Tty
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A GO.,
maye- Or WM. A. COURTENAY. -
pA?IFIG MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN .
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. ' '
Steamers ot the above line leave Pier _rf4gr^_
So, 42, North River, foot or Canal^utbaft
street, New York,-at 12 o'clock noon, or the. 10(0
ap'1 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding,
AU departures coanect ar ama-with steam?
ers for South Pacific and Oei. ? American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at hingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and china, steamers leave Son Fran?
claco first of every month, except when lt falls on
?enday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, hut go
direct from New York to Asp In wall. . .
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medici no and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York.
July26-lyr _ F. R. BABY. Agent
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, _ ."flr*a?w
Captain L. M. Coxetter, will lea?e?MBBBC
Charle* ton every TUESDAY EVENING, at hau past 8 -
O'Clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, -JACK?
SONVILLE, PA LA I RA AND ALL LANDINGS
OM ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Return lng. DICTATOR wUl leave PA LATEA
THURSDAY NIGHT, SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORN?
ING, arrivivlu% here same afternoon.
All Way Freight must be prepaid.
For Frelsht or Passage, having splendid ac?
commodations, apply to .*
RAVENBL ? CO., Agenta,
Corner VanderhoraWa Wharf aad East Bay.
JpOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER VIA GEORGETOWN.
The steamer PLANTEK, Captain ? .?IP**s?.
J. T. Foster, will receive Freight atjssssaflBB
Accommodation Wharf, on MONDAY, the 2ath
and leave on WEDNESDAY NIGHT, the Slat inst.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For Freight or Passage apply to the Captain
on board, or to _ .."" . '
RAVEN EL. HOLMES A CO.,
' No. 177 East Bay.
N. B -Arter the 1st Angnst the PLANTER will
leave charleston anti the SWAN will leave Gard?
ner's Bluff every TUESDAY NIGHT, thus establish?
ing a Weekly Line between this city and the Pee
dee River._. ... W?? .
"YT^THITE SULPHUR SPRINGS,
GREENBBIEB COUinT, WEST VIRGINIA,
Famous for their ALTERATIVE WATERS and
fashionable patronage, are now open, ihey are
2000 feet above tide water-affording entire relief
from prostrating sommer heat Oapacity ior two
thousand persona. Y
Charjres-$8 P?r daT and *80per month of thir?
tycmya7 GEO. L. PEYTON 4' CO..