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PREPARING FOR WORK.
County OrgauUatlon 1? Marlon.
The Marlon Star ?pw* lae proceedings ot
a meeting of citizens held on Monday last, W.
W. Harllee, Esq., in the chair.
The following resolution, offered by W. W.
Sellers, Esq., were adopted:
Whereas, organization is essentially neces?
sary to success lu the approaching political
campaign tor the various county offices, to be
filled by election in October nexi ;
And, whereas, the Conservative clement ot
onrfellow-clilzens are not willing that those
offices should be filled by any exeepi by such
as ar? every way qualified, capable aud
Therefore, with a view to such a consumma?
tion, be It
jResolved, That this meeting, either by Its
chairman or otherwise, appolut a committee
ot seven to be styled "The Central Executive
Committee of the Conservative party lor
Marlon County," whose authority shall con?
tinue till sah-s day tn r<eptember next.
Resolved, Tnat said committee Bhall imme?
diately uppolut a committee of three or more
In each township, whose duty lt shall be to
advertIse a public meetiug in each of their re
speed** townships, to be held in eacn town?
ship on Saturday, August 31st iostant. That
sucn township meetings shall each select five
delegates, except Marlon Township, which
shall select ten, to attend a convention to he
held at Marion Courthouse, on sales-day in
September next, to make nominations lor the
various county offices; said convention, when
assembled, also to elect a permanent central
executive committee to plan and conduct l he
campaign, and to act as an advising board for
tbe party. That the convention, when assem?
bled, shall fix the number of votes each town?
ship stall be entitled to cast In making a nomi?
Besolved, That the central executive com?
mittee herein appointed do prepare and pub?
lish an address lo tne people of the county.
On motion, lt was agreed that the chairman
appoint the central executive committee, pro?
vided for In the resolutions.
Th? chairman accordingly appointed the
following named gentlemen as Bald commit?
tee: W. W. Sellers, chairman; A. Q. McDuffle,
J. D. McLucas, J. M. Johnson, T. C. Moody,
C. Graham and I. Iseman.
A GLOOXX OUT-LOOK.
Tt.e oottom worm bas put in his appearance
in Hale and Green Counties, Alabama.
The Marlon, Alabama, Commonwealth Is in?
formed that the cotton caterpillar ls doing
Immense damage In the rich canebrakes of
The all-devouring conqueror worm has ap?
peared In the Bed Elver lands In Louisiana,
and la raining the cotton crops of that sec?
The cotton caterpillar is said by the Eirfaula,
Alabama. Times to be doing much damage In
the vicinity of Eufaula. The Times says that
farms which a few days ago promised fine
crops are now completely riddled und will
make next to nothing.
The drought In Marlon has prevailed In a
large section of the county. The crops
which were pronounced very good in the
whole of the northern portion of the county
to within four miles of Marlon two weeks
ago-have been seriously damaged, and we
find lt extends to and beyond adjoining coun
. ties to a more alarming extent.
The Macon Telegraph of Tuesday says: "Tbe>
sight and sound ol the steadi'y falling rain,
nearly all day yesterday, was neither musieal
nor pleasant to farmers. Better weather for
the caterpillar than has prevailed in this, sec?
tion for fonr days, they could not desire. It is
tel'log on the cotton, too, especially In South?
western Georgia. Tue largest plainer lu that
section told us yesterday that there was scarce?
ly a farm In the counties ot Worth* Dougherty,
Baker, Lee, michell, and Miller, upon which
the worms were not to be tousck and that t bey
Were rapidly webbing up. Such weather as
prevails now just suits them, and our Infor?
mant expressed the gravest apprehensions as
to the result He han, some ten days since,
ordered bagging for the number of bales ot
cotton he thought his prospects warranted
him In thinking he would make, but he bas
Blnce telegraphed, reducing hi& order just one
TEZ SHOWER OE CASH.
A Gorman View of tne Indemnity Pay
The following, which we translate in a con?
densed form (rom the Hamburgh Borsenhalle,
will be found o? interest, as giving the views
of one o? the ablest German Journals upon the
effects of the enormous indemnity receipts of
Germany from France tit will be seen treat the
German advantages are not without "impor?
The first two milliards have raised tb e dde
of money circulation In our midst to sprlug
flood; vat the speculative activity for
the lonndatlon of new enterprises was
BO great that the coming milliards are
looked forward to by our exchanges with
much eagerness. The effect of the first; two
milliards the stock list shows. The enhanced
value o? most necessaries ot Ute and of all
Sreductions of industry, and the natural ten
en cy to make up the higher cost ot living by
speculation on the stock exchange are unwel?
come results. The new milliards will be a ided
to the money market in such a manner aod at
snob Intervals as to bring about in a lessened
degree the running into high Ilde, B9 weil as
the depreciation of the circulating medium.
The first Indemnity fonds have encouraged
social inconveniences, such as the intense
dearth of dwellings, and the strikes, so injuri?
ons to Industry; and certainly we do not wish
either to Increase. Thus far, the coming mil?
liards have exercised a deleterious effect on
the foreign exchanges. People prefer to
rid themselves ot the old securities they
hold; and euch stocks decline. It ts sot the
time of the year a'one which causes the pre?
vailing dullness; but the reflection that ere we
receive the vast additional amounts of the In?
demnity these amounts are withdrawn from
other quarters, with consequent inconve?
nience, and the eventualities which thus
await the exchange market it would be diffi?
cult to duly appreciate at this early statue.
Although our capitalists may largely par?
ticipate in the new French loan* they
will only do so as long as the excitement
lasts; and, gradually, the paper thus created
will wend Its way back to France as the French
fonds have at no time gained a firm and per?
manent foothold on any of the German or
other foreign markets. In the meantime, our
financial press is agitating against the eager
new ot German financiers BOW at Paris to ob?
tain a large share in the French loan, fearing
as these papera do that attention will be alto?
gether diverted from our own locrl securities.
But then our public has been so spoiled lu ex?
pecting, as a matter of course, large dividends
from the German banks, that the latter, so to
say, have been compelled to launch out
into operations on a large scale, and
they are now. under the fatal necessity
to. be continually scanning the horizon
on this side and across the seas for some new
scheme that money may be made by. While
at the time of the first French operations to
raise the money for paying us, German finan?
ci?re have lent no very eager assistance. The
cosmopolitan feeling- of good neighborhood:
has obliterated all hesitation now, and we
predict a liberal participation on the part of
Hotel Arrivals-August 7.
B. Williams, W. N. Ganse, Leesville; Frank
P. Beard, Orangeburg; J. F. Brockington,
Williamsburg; Dr. 0. C. Rbame, Oakley; Geo.
P. Cotchett, Southern Express Company; A.
P. Postell, Savannah.
R. D. Potts, United Slates Army; D. B.
Grlndley, New York; George P?steos, Florida;
a Dibble, Orangebnrg; J. H. Davis, F. 8.
Jacobs, Columbia; Samuel Thompson, Chicago;
M. F. Moloney, P. W. Farrell, Blackville; S. S.
Kendrick, wife and daughter, J. W. Shackel
ford, Atlanta; James P. DePass, Florida; C. H.
Honnnedlen, Cincinnati; S. Blumenthal, Fla.
CHEAP WESTERN FREIGHTS.-Shippers to
the Great West by the popular Baltimore line,
composed of the fine steamships Falcon, Sea
Gull and Maryland, are Informed that the rates
have been largely reduced, the change going
Into force o.i the ttth inst. The line has been
admirably and progressively managed by the
agent, Mr. P. c. Trenholm, who will be
pleased to furnish shlpperr with the new tariff
of rates, which will be found lower than bv anv
Meetings This Day.
Catholic Institute, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
J. A. Easlow & Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at ihelr Blore, hams and shoulders.
Paul B. Lalane & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock,
at their store, butter, shoulders, ?tc.
Henry Cobla <fc Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
ihelr store, hams.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side ol Broad street, waa as followt:
8 A.M., 81; 10 A. M., 83; 12 M., 85; 2 P. M., 84;
4 P. M., 84; C P. M., 83; 8 P. M., 82.
TUE COURTS TESTERDA T.
Court of Common Pleas.
A man named John T. Crlm was arrested in
Oraogeburg a few days tince on a charge of
attempting to make a fraudulent disposal ot a
horse at the expense of a creditor. A motion
was made before Judge Graham, yesterday, to
annul the arrest, and it was granted by the
judge on the grounds that Crlm had made no
attempt at concealment In selling the horse,
and that he was atso possessed of other prop?
erty sufficient to cover thc debt.
Bobert Scott, Daniel Fishburn and Moses
Ferguson, larceny, twenty days each. Bobert
Graham, drunk, one dollar. Fantle Brown,
drunk and disorderly, two dollars or twenty
days. Margaret Lee. applied for lodgings,
turned over to a trial Justice.
Trial Justice Courts.
Mingo Goodwin was examined yesterday by
Trial Justice Levy on the charge of robbing
Mr. Bischofl's premises about two weeks Blnce.
He waa found guilty and committed to Jail for
trial at the next tenn of the Criminal Court.
A new street lamD ls to be erected in Dun?
Fifty Bets of new furniture have recently
been, put in the Pavilion Hotel.
Toe Mackeyites will hold similar elections
for the same convention on Friday evening |
There was a Radical pow-wow at the Mili?
tary Hall last night. There wero no great
The sale ot the Mills House furniture was
concluded yesterday. The prices continued
An Intolerable nuisance-the perpetual
crowds of black rmd white loafers at the Junc?
tion of Broad and Meeting st reels.
A violent Insane patient, named Mrs. Co
mero, colored, was yesterday removed iron)
the City Hospital io the Slate Lunatic Asylum
W. A. Warren, the candidate for superln-1
tendent of education on the ticket or the Wil?
lard faction, Is a white man, not colored as
accidentally stated In THE NEWS yesterday.
The Bowenites hold ward meetings this
evening to elect dele-gates to the Republican
County Convention, which will be convened at
the Military Hall In this city on the 15th In?
The elly contractor lor King Btreet, between
Market and Society, has been very derelict of |
duty for several days. Large, offensive look?
ing piles of rubbish and garbage were to be
seen along the sidewalks at two o'clock yes?
THE NEWt TORK VEGETABLE AND
The Daily Bulletin of Tuesday, August 7,
New potatoes are gradually working down,
.hough the price, quotably, is scarcely any
lower. Vegetables without material change.
Dur quotations lor potatoes are In bulk, in
ihipplng order 50c per bbl must be aided. We
inote: Early Rose, Southern SI 75a2 12; Long
Island $2a2 60; Jersey $2a2 60; Goodrich,
Southern, ?lal 12 per bbl. Green corn Ila
I 25 per 100. Bed onions, per bbl, $2 60a2 75;
io Connecticut $2 50a3 per 100 strings. Cucum?
bers. Long Island 25c per 100. Squash, mar?
rowfat, Der bbl, $lul 50. New turnips $lal 50
per bbl.' Cabbages S8al4 per 100. Beets,
Jersey, $1 60. Tomatoes, Jersey, Slal 25 per
crate, aud Long Island SI 50al C2 per basket.
Egg plant S2 50 per dozen.
The general demand ls only moderate on
Mondays, and to-day's business was not any
exception to the rule. Peaches in fair supply,
wit comparatively Blow. Apples dull, except
"or very choice stock, which . readily Bold.
Pears without new feature. Other fruits and
jerries unchanged. We quote: New apples Ila
150 per obi, 25a50c per crate. Watermelons
&30a35 per 100 for Georgia, and S12a20 per 100
for Virginia and Delaware. Jersey whortle?
berries $2 50a3 per bushel and 8al0c per quart,
tint me? melons $2a3 per bbl. Pears, common
i'2 50a3; do Bell S5aG; do Bartletts, per crate,
I3a5. Peaches, Delaware Sla2 50 per crate,
75caSl 50 for baskets, and Jersey 40caSl 25
UNIVERSITY OK SOUTH CAROLINA.-Dr. John
T. Darby has resigned his professorship (the
chair of surgery) In the medical department
of the University of South Carolina, to take
effect In October next.
INSTALLATION OF TEMPLARS.-At a regular
meeting of Washington Lodge, I. O. G. T.,
held last evening at Temperance Hall, King
street, ihe following officers were publicly In?
stalled by J. W. Brannigan, D. G. W. A num?
ber ot persons assembled to witness the cere?
monies, which were enlivened by Dauer's
Band: J. F. O'Connell, W. C. T.: F. Mitchell,
W. V. T.; Henry Sonntag, W. R. S.;A. Kal
strom, W. F. S.; J. H. Bond, W. T.; E. B.
Earle, W. C.; E. Bonneil, W. M.; C. Z;rnow,
W. t G.: J. W. Browne, W. O. S.; L. A. Nel
son, P. W. C. T.; R. T. West, W. B. H. S.: A.
Kalstrom, W. F. H. S.
COOL.-A few dayB ago a storekeeper named
Tutte, from SL Stephen's Parish, was carried
before United Slates Commissioner Porleous,
charged with a violation o? the internal reve?
nue law. He stated that he had a license, but
that his wile had left home with the key of a
desk in which lt was locked, and asked that
he be allowed time lo produce lt. The com?
missioner allowed him to depart on his own
recognizance. Yesterday he returned and
produced a license which proved, on examina?
tion, to have been issued that morning. Mr.
Porteous continued the case until he could
consult with United StateB Attorney Corbin on
TAKE OUT YOUR LICENSES.-Since ihe 15th
of lost June one hundred grocers of this city,
some of them merchants ot high standing,
have been arrested and carried before the
United States commissioner, charged wim vio?
lations of the internal revenue law. Seventy
five nf these have proved to be actual viola
tere, iwenty-five proved innocent, five have
been bound over to appear at the October term
Df the United States Court, and the remainder
bave had proceedings against them dlscon
linued by procuring licenses and settling
;oste. Besides these many persons from the
jountry have been brought up on similar
marges. Detective are still scouring both
ilty and coputry, and arrests continue daily.
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
A New Plan rar Increasing the Hospital
Facilities Of the C lt y-Excel lr nt San?
itary Condition of thc City-The En?
terprise Railroad Still a Stumbling
An informal meeting of the board was held
yesterday. The Mayor read a resolution of
the City Council referring back to the medical
committee of the board their report on the
projected improvements to the City Hospital,
and stated at the same lime that he had re?
quested Alderman Gage, the mover of the
resolution, to be present at the meeting for
the purpose of giving his reasons for making
Mr. Gage said he had been Induced to offer
the resolution from a conversation held with
a trustee of the Roper Hospital, who was of
the opinion that the elly could get the use ot
that building, and thus save the expense which
the contemplated Improvements would In?
volve. He thought if the medical committee
would hold a conference with the trustees of
the Roper Hospital that some arrangement
mlg'atbe brought about which woiud secure
the use ol the building for a long term ol years.
The three unsightly structures In the
centre of the City Hospital yard, as
well as tho fence, shutting off communi?
cation with the Roper Hospital, could then be
taken down, and the space so occupied plant?
ed with shade trees and converted Into pleas?
ant grounds for the me ot the patients. He
also thought lt would be well for the Council
to get control if possible of the Roper fund,
yielding about twenty-five hundred dollars
per year, and apply it to the purposes pre?
scribed in conjunction with the management
ol the hospital. These were his motives for
offering the r?solu Hon. Should nothing be
effected by the conference with the trustees,
the committee could then return to their
Dr. Geddings said that the nature ol the
Roper trust deed was such that the trustees
would have no power to delegate the control
ot either the fund or the hospital to the City
Council. They could not even lease the build?
ing for any lenglh of time. He, moreover,
thought lt would be Injudicious for Council io
make any hospital arrangements which were
necessarily temporary in their nature. No
further action was taken.
The health of tho city was reported in the
same excellent condition as heretofore.
The premises on the northeast corner of An?
son and Hasel streets were reported In an
A communication was read from Alderman
O'Neil), chairman of thc committee on streets,
calling attention to the fact that the Enter?
prise Railroad Company were spreading the
slush from thegulteis over the repaving on
East Bay street, causing an offensive odor lo
that vicinity, also lo the rough character and
slow progress of the work ot repaving. Ap?
pended was a notification irom Inspector Lu?
cas that the company were laying the stones
in a bed composed of the mud and slush irom
the gutters. The communication was received
as information, and there belog no further
business the meeting adj jurned.
MISSION OF THE REV. P. F. STEVENS.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
As your paragraph in Monday's Issue repre?
s?nteme principally as "travelling" agent for
the Record, will you do mc the favor to pub?
lish the following extract from the minutes of
"The Protestant Episcopal Society for the Ad?
vancement of Christianity in South Carolina,''
as correctly staling the purpose ot my tour
tbrougb certain parts of the State, and the
authority by which lt ls undertaken?
Respectfully, P. F. STEVENS.
On motion ol Mr. Mamminger
Resolved, That the Rev. Mr. Stevens be re?
quested to extend bis missionary labors into
me upper country lor two months during the
ensuing summer, and that he take that occa?
sion to present the claims of this society, and
advance the general missionary work of the
diocese as he may be advised by the bishop.
(SIlined) JOHN HANCKEL,
May 13,1872. Recording Secretary.
A FRESH SUPPLY of the "Negro," by "Ariel,"
Just received, and for sale by B. K. Neufvllle,
No. 107 East Bay. One vol. cloth, $1; by
mall $1 08.
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods Bland, we will close out all ol our
present stock at extremely low prices.
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the H?sel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl l-th
CLUBS, SOCIETIES ANO LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, ?fcc,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav?
ing order? at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
DRUGGISTS' LABELS AND WRAPPERS taste?
fully printed, with appropriate cuts, at New
York prices, at THE NEWS JOB OFFION.
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 stock at - extremely low prices
FURCHOOTT, BENKOICT St CO., NO. 244 King
NOTICE.-Great reduct iou In prices ol Dry
Goods at Stol!, Webb <fc Co., No. 287 King
street. The subscribers respectfully Inform
their friends and customers that they will
offer their entire Btock of goods at greatly re?
duced prices Tor the next thirty days In order
to make room for Fall Goods. We solicit a
call before purchasing eisernere. Respect?
fully, STOLL, WEBB St Co. iuly23-tutbs6
LONOCLOTHS.-Call at Stoll, Webb <fc Co.,
No. 287 King street and see their 44 Long
cloths at 12*, 15,16?, 20 cents. Also, one case
New Prints, last colors. One case 10-4 Spreads
at $1 25. One case 12-4 super Spreads at $2 50.
CHEAP WHITE GOODS at Stoll, Webb Sc Co.,
No. 287 King street. Super Plaid and Striped
Nainsooks at 20 and 25 cents. Bordered and
8trlped Victoria Lawns at 35 cents, worth 60.
4-4 Nalneooks 20, 25, 30 cents. Super White
Brllllantes at 25 and 30 cents. White Piques
at 25, 30,35 cents. July23 tm USG
CHROMOS.-To close out the balance ol our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c. to
$1 each. Hasel street Buzaar.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-aluth
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
St Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
lust 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 St
Co., No. 248 King street. maylG
BILLHEADS and Letterheads printed at low
rates, plain or fancy; also, Dray Receipts, j
Money Receipts, Cards, Circulars, Statements, l
Handbills, Dodgers, ?tc., at THE NEWS JOB
?funeral SI atices.
ASC Es and the members or the Spring street
Church are respectfully Invited to attend the
Fanerai of Ur. EDEN G. KENT, at the residence
of Mr. A. Kent, Williams Kow, THIS AFTERNOON,
at 4 o'clock, without farther Invitation. augS
pg- TBE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr. and Mrs. C. n. Reid, and or Mrs. 0. R
Mood, are respect rn ly invited to attend the fune?
ral services or CATHARINE GERTRUDE, second
daughter or the ronner, at 4 o'clock THIS k r rBU?
NOON, at the corner or Cannon and Prealdent
THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances of Mrs. SARAH JOHNSON, and of
the family, are respectfully Invited to attend her
Funeral, at her lata residence, corner Green and
St. Phillp streets, Tm j AFTERNOON, at 4 o'clock.
McSAY.-Died, ia this city, on .-unday morn?
ing, the 4th instant, in the 22d year of her age,
Miss MAOOIR MCKAY, second daughter or Robert
and Jane McKay,or Greenville, s. 0.
Tl* finished; the cor met ls passed,
The heaven-bora spirit is fled;
Her sweet smiles will ne'er greet us,
For now she's entombed with the dead.
Her seul has now taken Its ni ?ut
To a mansion or glory above,
To mingle with anReis or light,
And dwell In the kingdom or love.
Then let ua forbear to complain
That she ls now gone from our sight;
We soon shall behold heragolo
With new and redoubled delight.
* A FBIEND.
KENNEDY.-Died, from teething, Angnst 6,
1ST.-, MARY ISABEL, only and beloved daughter or
T. J. and Amelia Isabel Kennedy, aged 14 months
and '23 days. "Of such ls the Kingdom of Hea?
CAPERS.-Depa-t-d this lire on the 3d or Au
gmr. 18:2, JESSIE LBS. dangh'er or John T. und
A. E. Darby, and wire or sidney W. Capers.
BOSTON-Per sehr Rodger Drury-24 bales up?
land cotton, 650 tons phosphate rock, 2 cates of
md?e, 26 pk LT s furniture, 8 rolls matting.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Georgia-490T>aIes
upland cotton, so tierces rice, 168 bales domes?
tics, 1338 bbls naval stores, 60 casks clay. 9 boxes
peaches. 456 sacks rice chan*, 239 watermelons, l
norse, 107 pkgs sundries.
The Charleston Cotton, Ric? ?nd Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NBWS.
WEDNESDAY EVENINO, Augu&t 7, 1872.
COTTON.-The stock was light and he d firmly, a
limited inquiry prevailing, with sales of 27 bales,
say 1 at 18>?, 6 at i9>?, 7 at los, 4 at 20c ? lb,
middling grades selling about 20c ft lb.
RICE.- here was a fd lr market for this article.
Sales abouts tierces or clean Oarolina, say 17
tierces, at 6j-?, 36at7M, 15 at 7>i. 6 at 8.VJ $ m.
We quote common to fair at 7@7S, good at
7K@SKc fi ?.
NAVAL STOBHS.-Spirt's turpentine active;
sales 750 bbl?; market/.opened at 42x<s?43Sc, and
under better advices advanced lc, and closed
firm at 43@44c fl gallon. Rosins firm, stock
light ; saw s GOO bbls at $2 90 for strained, $3 for
No 2. $3 25@3 60 for No 1, $4@4 26 for low pale,
$150? 4 ;& for pale.
PK KI fi ora.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, non 1
talon uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via Nen
fork, sd on uplands, Md on Bea Islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea lalauda nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coast wise-to New york
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands;
ti 60 fl tierce on noe; eoe fi bbl on rosin;
by sail Kc V tb on cotton; - fl tierce
on rice; 60o fl barrel on rosir.; $8 fl ll on
lumber; $10 9 M on Umber. To Boston, by sal),
<cf? ttt on upland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
atna* $10 $10 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fl Mon boards, % o * rb o p.
cotton; by steam $1 s bale on New York rates.
To Phi la tel phlu, by iv cam S2 fi on cotton;
by aaa, f s ti M on boards: $o 60@io on Umber; $3
per ton tn clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphat?e. To
Baltimore by steam sc V th by sall, $8.60?7 fl
H on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 fi
ton on phosphate rook. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lnmbcr freights
from Georgetown, S. O., Danen and Sauna River,
Ja., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
md $io? 12 fi M are tho rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling eo day bills 24 j?@24 s.
DOM HST ic EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checka on New York ai par @ s premium,
and Bell at S@X premmlnm. Outside they pur?
chase at 1-16?s premium, and sell at 8-16 ?s
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, August 7.
No JU.-Consols 92%. Bonds 9i??
PARIS, Angusit 7.
Noon.-Rentes 65f 42c.
Nsw YOBK. August 7.
So JD.-Stocks strong. Gold quiet at 15 Hi. Money
easy at 4. Exchange, long ?; short 9%. Gov
ernments strong and steady. Stat-; bonds dull
Nsw YOBK, Augu?t 7.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; np lands 2i?ic; Orleans
22; sales 770 bales.
Evening.-Exports or specie to-day $20,000.
Freights very firm. - Moneys, sterling unseated.
Gold ir. s a 10 s Governments closed very dull,
states dull but firm; North Carolinas orr slightly.
COTTON MARKETS. .
I IYBBFOOL, August 7.
Noon.-Cotton opened Arm; npiumii 'JVas'.J;
Lat.-, .-cotton Bt.ong; uplands <jy,d; Orleans
10>id; sales 16,000 bales; speculation and export
Evening.-Cotton strong; uplands OJialOd; Or?
leans io ?id.
Evening-Cotton weak; sa'ca 1467 bales; up?
lands 2l*c; Orleans 22. Sales or cotton futures
to-lay 0660 balea, as follows: August, 20s.
September, 20S'a2i, October, 19al9S. November,
m;;, m 3-lu December, 18#al9, January, I8%al9
old form of contract.
BOSTON. Angust 7.
Cotton steady; mlddl nga 23c: net receipts 41
bales; gross 41; Bales 20?; mock 8000.
PHILADELPHIA, August 7.
Cotton firm; middlings ai;7?a?2c.
BALTIMORE, August 7.
Cotton dull; middlings 21Xc: gr ss receipts 4
bales; Bales 05; stock 1097.
NORFOLK, August 7.
Cotton-middlings 20c; not receipts 3 bales; ex?
ports coastwise 30; ?tock 376.
WILMINGTON, August 7.
Cotton firm; middlings 20Sc: export? coast?
wise 7 ba es; sales 9; Block 34 io.
SAVANNAH, AOgatt 7.
Cotton quiet and IlKht; middlings 20c; net re?
ceipts ii bales; sales 65; stock 1388.
AUGUSTA, August 7.
Cotton qnlet; low middling 19c; net receipts 18
bales; salea 18.
M BM pms, August 7.
Cotton firm; low middlings 20%c; net receipts
MOBILE, August ;
Cotton nominal; net receipts 4 balee; exports
coasuvioe 50; stock 842.
Nsw ORLEANS, August 7.
Cotton nominal; middlings lutfaioso; net re?
ceipts 64 bales; groas 68; sales 112; stock 7648.
GALVESTON, August 7.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary i9sa20c; net
rectipts 82 bales; exports coastwise 48; btock 491.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL August 7.
Red spring who it 10s lOd to DB 12d.
Evening-Breadatuffa qnlet. Sh. rt rib 34fl.
NEW YORK. August 7.
Noon-Flour a shade firmer. Wheat quiet and
verv firm. Corn dud. Pork steady. Lard sready
and quiet; Bteam 8^a8?.?. Turpentine quiet at
50sa5ic. Rnstn firm at $3 65a3 75 ror strained.
Evening.-Flour quiet and firmer; common to
fair i-xtra $7 S0a9 6o; good to choice $9 76al2 25
whiskey 03*0. Wheat ia2c better, and In very
limited supply; winter red Western $1 70al 76.
Corn heavy, closlogjic lower. Bice firm at 8sa?c.
Pork steady. Lard firmer at 8S'a9l?'c. Navals
quiet. Tallow 8Xa9*c.
BALTIMORE, August 7.
Flour firm and unchanged. Wheat steady and
firm; choice while $1 75al 80. Corn firmer for
southern; white 70a72c, yellow Southern B4a65c,
mixed Western weale at 6?sa03ct3. OatB firm;
Southern 40a42c, mixed 46a48c, white 4ec. Rye
qnlet and unchanged. Provlslens very strong
and unchanged, with an advancing tendency,
western bmter quiet and unchanged. Whiskey
arm and stock tcarce ai 94a9?Sc.
LOUISVILLE, August 7.
Tobacco firm and active; sales loe hhds. Flour
steady; extra family $6 50. Corn, choice white
shelled, sacked 60c. Pork steady at $13 25al3 60.
Bacon firm and ia good demand; clear rib 9c,
shoulders, asking 6>?c; tides, asking sc for clear
ribs; 9%a9Sc tor clear, packed. Lard steady at
)??aio>?c, ana cans % higher. Whiskey firm at 90.
CINCINNATI, AUgU9t 7.
Flour active; old ssas 26; new $7a7 75. Corn
iud and decreasing at 46c. Pork dull and nomi
nal; city $13 60, regalar $18 26al3 60. Lard doll
and nominal at 7 Vas Vc. Bacon ateadr. ' shoul?
ders 6Ko; clear rio shoulders, huyera 8J?c; held at
7#o; c?eaf sides ?vc. Whiskey firm at 90c. r
_ . Louis. AugoatT.
Flour firmer; extra winter $5a? 76. Cora
drooping; No 2 mixed ' In elevator 38c; do on ac?
count S?asec. Whiskey steady ac 92c. Pork no
Bales. Bacon stiffer at 6Xc for shoulders; aides
&*a9^c. Xard dull and unchanged.
New York Rice Market.
NEW TOBE, August e.
The Dally Bnliettn says: The market ls steady,
wi*hoar, new feature, sales of 60 tierces Carolina
at 8a?a8Kc; 200 bags Rangoon at 6%a7XcH and
200 bags Patna an Vas .vc. ? .
New York Coffee Market.
NEW YOKE, Anguat 6.
The Daily Bulletin says ; Tne demand ror Bra?
zils has been active, and large sales are recorded.
Part of these transactions were closed last week,
but have Just been made public. The terms are
p M vate, but are said to be within Hie range of
quoted extremes, ether descriptions are in?
quired for more freely, without any buslnet-s
bring reported. Prices are stiff, and hios ore re?
garded a ahnde better, thongh not quotaoly chang?
ed. The sales are 4084 bags Rio, ex Nora; 3237 ex
Tyrrlan; 70i0 do ex Ptolemy; 1160 do ex Uiver
P?ate. We quote : Ordinary cargoes lS^alfiV;
fair do levair; good do iT^auv; prime do isa J
18V; Java, ma's and bags, gold, I9a21; Singapore
16al6; Native Ceylon 17al8>?: Maracaibo levais*;
Laguavra l8a*9; St. Domingo 14al4M; Jamaica 16
ai7V; Costa Rica loais; Mexican I7al8; Savanllla
New York Naval stores Harket.
NEW YORK, August o.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day SO
obis crnde turpentine, 661? do rosin. 964 do spirits
turpentine, 166 do tar. Spirits turpentine bas
ruled fairly active to-day, and the supply pre'ty
well sold np. Sales 002 bois st 49>io60c, and 170
bbl? at 49c, though at the close the market ls
stronger, and little, lt any, could bc bought under |
60c. Strained rosin coatluurs firmer, and closes |
a trifle higher, though the transactions are only
moderate. Sales 4C0 bbls trained at $3 86 de?
livered, 408 bbls No 2 at $4, 200 bbls pale at
$4 97X*4 40, and 160 bbls pale $4 76a6. Tar con?
tinues scarce, and prices are higher. s>uec 120
bbls Washington at $41?, and io bbls Wi mins?
ton at $4 25. Pitch firm at $3 60 for city de?
HAVANA, Aujtust 2.
Sugar quiet and weak; No. 12 Duich Standard
lovaiov reals *R arrobe. Exchange Armer; on
United statfp. co days, currency. 3a3V premium ;
short eight 4Va4V premium; short night, gold,
isaisv premium; ou Louden 30a30V; on Paris
Receipts by Railroad. Ansaat 7,
SOUTH CAROLINA II A I).KO A t).
37 bales goods, 76 bbls spirits, 462 bbls rosin and
crnde, 100 bbl? of floor, 166 sacks cern, and 1 car
stock. To Railroad ?gent, J Campsen A co. Otis
Phillips, Barden A Parker, Kinsman * Howell, H
Bischoff A co, Chapean A co, Chas Lt lbenrood, G
Foll?n A Sons. H Cobla A co. Goldsmith A Son. F
D ? Kracke, Wagener A Monsees, J N Robson.
3 bbls crnde and ie bbls spirits or turpentine,
684 bbls rosin, cars lamber, tobacco, mdse, Ac
To Barden A Parker, whinton A Jones, Kinsman
A Howell, O Llebenrnod, Wm O Bee A co, "teamer
isl?, Edw Bull, Q ti Prltchetr, E Welling, Railroad
Agent, and others.
Per steamship Georgia, for New York-Mrs E
J Olen and child, J B netts, F Melcher*. W B Bar?
den, J* Wragg, Mrs Burdell and child. Jas Lenner
ton, Mr Loryea, R K Evans, Miss L Lansing, E P
Speer, F M Jeffray, Mrs Conlln and two children,
W Welcn, M F Moloney, P W Farrell. S J Nernow,
Mr Foster, A Johnston, B O Plnckncy. J It Ken?
drick and wi'e, Miss Kendrick, H W Hendricks,
Wm Reid, w j McLaughlin, W ri Henderson, Mr
Jacobs, W S Weihson. Capt R Hunter, Q Hunter,
O A Nato iii, K Graham, an J 7 deck.
2?OUX CAL Ky l) J.H.
MOON'S FU AB tm.
New Moon, 4th, 4 hours 26 minutos, morning.
First Quarter. 12th. 12 honre, 33 minutes, mor'ng.
run Moon. 18th. 3 bonis, 84 mtnuten, evening.
Laat Quarter, 26th, 3 hours. 16 minutes, evenlug.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.AUGUST 8, 1872.
Lat &a deg 46 min 38 sec. I Lon 79 deg 67 mm 27 see.
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, (new.) Fooks, Baltimore
7 days. Mdse. To Street Bros A co, E Bates A
co, J H Dunneman, D W Qoeijen, Jno H Graver A
co, F O Borner, F Wehmann, W C Ree A co. Rail?
road Agent, nowie. Moise A Davis. H Klattn A co,
M Lubra, Kilner-, Wlckenberg A co. J H Voilera,
Wagoner A Monsees, WMlden A Jones, Marine A
River Phosphate co, Order, ana others.
Mtit Ann ? Deas. Uarbattl, West Point Mill. 41
tes < Ice. To E N Thurston.
Steamship Georgia, Holraes. New York-Wag
ner, Huger A co, W A Courtenav.
sehr Rodger Drury, Gage, Boston-Roach A
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New Tors.
CLEARED KOK THIS PORT.
sah r Matoaka, Fooks, at Baltimore, August 6.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, August 7.
Arrived, the Darlen, irom savannah.
Nsw YORK, August 7.
Arr iv, d, steamship nam munt a.
Arrived out, the Spain and Assyria.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR mia FORT.
The-Georgiana, Mann, sailed.June 7
The linke of Cornwall, Keays. sailed.May 22
The Granton, Dake, up.June 19
WEST H AKTJ.BPOUL. BNO.
The Pegaros, christiansen, cleared.May 16
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, np.July 16
Brig W n Parks, Dix, up.August
Sehr May Moru,-. up.July 16
Sehr s L Davis, Bishop, cleared.August '
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, np.August
Sehr Wm POX, Newell, up.Joly 17
sehr Caroline Young, Young, cleared-June 7
Sehr Ana s Cannon, cutten, cleared.July
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, cleared.August
Sehr Dr Rogers, Allen, sailed,.July 1
Sehr Hyne, Babb, sailed.Jnly 30
Doors, Sashes ana Slinos
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
FRENCH AND AMERICAN
OFFICE AND SALESROOMS,
No. 20 Havne street,
FACTORY, H O R L B E C K'S WHARF
?ran? flriu JBistr?mtion.
GRAND GIFT CONCERT
IS ATD OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
AT LOUISVILLE, KY.
By authority In tue act or tue L?gislature Incor?
porating the PUBLIC Ll BKA KY OF KENTUCKY,
the Trustees will give their .
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
In the great Hall of the Public Library Building,
In Loni-.ville, Ky , on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
10i',000 TICKETS OF ADMISSION
will he issued at $io each: hair tickets, $6; quar?
ter tickets, $2 50; ll whole tickets for $loo; 28
for $?55; 66 for $600; 118 Tor $1000; 285 for $2500;
676 for $6000. No discount on less than $100
worth of tickets at a lime.
$500,000 in Currency
will be given lo the holders of tickets by distri?
bution by lot of ONE THOUSAND QlFl'S, as
LIST OF QIFTS.
One Grand Gift, Cash.$100,000
One Grand G Itt, Cash. 50,000
1.j. 15,000 ?
1. 10,0' 0 .?
1. 9,U00 *?
1. 8,000 .*
IV.;. 7,000 "
' 1 . 6,00?
1. 5,000 ?
1. ?,000 ?
1. 3,000 ?'
4 Gifts of $2.0110 each.... 8,000 "
15 " 1,000 ". 15,000 "
2D " 90(1 ". 18,000 "
21 " . 800 ?.. 10,800
25 700 . 17,500 "
35 ? GOO ?. 21,0011 M
45 ?. SOO . 22.500 ?
50 " 400 ". 20.000
oo ? ano M. 18,000 .?
100 ?. 200 .?. 2 I i.OOO M
012 M 100 ??. 01,200 "
Total, 1,000 Girts, all Ca?h... .$500,ooo
The Hon. Titos. E. BRAMLETTB, late Governor of
Kentucky, has consented to represent thc Trus?
tees In the management or this SECOND G KANO
GIFT CONGER , und he will personally see that
the money from the sale of Tickets ld deposited
with the Treasurer, that the drawing IR fairly con?
ducted, and the girts Justly awarded and promptly
The drawing will take place In public. In full
view or ihe audience, and under tne Immediate
supervision and direction or trie Officers and
Trust?es or the Public Library or Kentucky, and
the following named eminent and disinterested
citizens, who have consented to be present and
see that all ls fairly done :
Hon. M. R. HARDIN, Judge Court Appeals. Ky.
Hon. J. PROCTOR KNOTT, late M. C. Leb'n Dla.
Hon. Lt. \V. BKDCE, Judge Ninth Juaklal Dis.,
Gen. M.: ll. MURRAY, U. S.Marshal, Dla. Ky.
Hon. T B. COCHRAN. Chan. Lon. Chao. Court.
Hon. E. D. ."TANDiFOHD, President Farmers' and
Uro vera1 Bank.
Hon. JOHN BARBER, Manager Royal Insurance
Colonel PHIL. LEB, Com. Alfy Ninth Judicial
Dr. C. GRABAU, 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. BURNETT, city Attorney.
HENRY WOLFOKD, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. ii KAN.MN, Pns. Maun r?. turers' Bank.
PHILIP JUDGE, of the Louisville Hotel Co.
JAMES BRIDQBFORD, Pres. 2d National Bank.
W. C. D. WHIPS, Proprietor Willard HoteL
J. c. JOHNSTON, Pres. Traders' Bank.
H. VICTOR NEWCOMB, Arm of Newcomb, Bu?
chanan A Co.
HENRY DEPPEN Pres. German Bank.
ANDREW GRAHAM, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
Dr. NORVTN GRBEN, Pres. L. A 0. Short Line R.
VOL. ROSE, Agent Adams Express Oompany.
THOMAS E. BR AWI LETTE,
Agent Public Library of Kentuoky,
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
MfW Circulars, giving full particulars, sent on
R. T. DURRETT, Prertdent.
W. N. I1ALDEMAN, VIce-Frestdent,
JOHN S. CAIN, Secretary.
FARMERS' AND DROVERS' BANK, Treas.
RUGS AND MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
DR. U. BAER, NO. 131 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
Invites attention to the following Preparations
of bia own Manufacture:
THE CELEBRATED GERMAN SOOTHING
CORDIAL, FOB INFANTS TEETHING.
This ts the best Medicine for I niants and young
Children ever offered to the public. It la cate
rally prepared ri om the beat Drugs, according to
a prescription furnlsued by a distingulah-d Uer
man Physician of large and auccessral practice,
and has been tried and approved by many of onr
boat physicians. It ls specially adapted to the
diseases Incident to childhood daring the trying
period of Teeth'ug. and recommends Used"for the
cure of Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Colic, Griping in
? the Bowels, Sommer complaint, Ac lt contains
no Anodyne or other injurious Drug, and should,
therefore, be prererred to the toothing syrups
that now flood the market, which are known to
contain Opium, and are, thereiore, more or less
Injurious. Tboasauds of children are murdered
annually by .-outnmg Syrups; in some cases, this
fact has oeen published la the newspapers, where
thu physician in attendance so stated In his death
cert ideate. In the numerous other cases, where
tho Innocents are murdered by this modern
Herod or the Nursery, the canse ls laid to a thous?
and other causes-to all bat the right one.
Mothers, bear this In mind, and nae the German
Soothing Cordial, which ls safe, ?ludent and
sat iBfactory. Do not rall to try a bottle at once t
The soothing Cordial Is also an excellent Tonic,
admirably adapted in cases or Debility-Hiving
tone to the system, recuperating the strength,
and restoring the appetite.
Price 26 cents a bottle.
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This ts no Dye, bat a Tonic and Hair Dressing
keeps the scalp clean, and promotes the growth
or the Hair; cou tams no Nitrate o' Silver, no Sul?
phur, no Sugar or Lead, and no other Injurious
Drag. Try lt. Only 60 cents a bottle.
DR. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
. CATHABTIC PILLS.
The proprietor or these Pills confidently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a skilful com?
bination ol vegetable remedies, In producing a
preparation that will bring health and happiness
to tne unfortunate sufferer, in the following dis?
eases, they have beeu used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or indigestion, Head?
ache, costiveness, LOBS ot Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Piles, Diseases or the >kln,
Pain In tho Side, Back and Limbs, Sick Headache,
and all derangements or the stomach.
These Plus may be taken with perfect safety by
any person and in all situations in life. No family
should be without them.
Price 26 cents a b ix.
( DO CU LB - DI STI LL K D. )
For cleaning Clothes and taking out Grease Spots.
Price 25 cents a box.
A Uocrai discount to the trade on all the above
Dr. BAER Ia Agent for the sale of
The best Instrument of the kind in nae.
NATTAN'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY FOR THE
(Advertised in another part of THE NEWS.)
PROF. WUNDBAM'S GERMAN REMEDIES
For Rheumatism, Gout, Dyspepsia, Diarrhoea,
Dysentery, Asthma, Ac, Ac.
W. R. WARNER 4 C0.'8 ELEGANT AND
(Advertised in another part of THE NEWS.)
These pr?parations, comprising valuable reme?
dies for almost every disease, are dally gaining In
raver at the south, while, in the North and West,
they have tor some years enjoyed a large reputa?
tion and extensive sale. The roi,owing are some
or the best known:
Oomp. Extract or CANCER PLANT.
Hydrated Oxymel, for cough, Ac
Strengthening Tonic of Peru.
Ethereal Phosphorus, (for Weakntss, Nerve Ex?
haustion, Impotence, Ac.)
Amaranth for the Hair.
Victoria Regla tor the Complexion.
jEianthuB Extract, (for Epilepsy, Fits, Ac.)
Always on hand a full assortment or Drugs,
Medicines, chemicals, Patent Medicines-Domes?
tic and Imported: Fancy Gooda, Perfumery, Ac,
all of which win be sold at lowest market rates.
Samplo Orders solicited from the trade.
A full assortment always on band.
The Great South American Cancer Remedy.
jlQB NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 14, A*2
O'CLOCK P. M.
Pi KW IRON STEAM UNE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The splendid New Iron Sidewheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
BAU for New York on WEDNESDAY, lita Auanst,
at 2 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 3, Union
Through Bins of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usu al. -,
Insurance by Steamers of this Line Ji percent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very flue Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER HUGER & CO., No. 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union Wharvef.
JpOR NEW YOEE.
?KW YORK AND CHARLESTON
STEAMSHIP LINK. '
E8TABLI8HE D 1845.
The splendid Sidewheel Steamship . JAMES
ADOER T. J Lockwood, Commander, wUl
sail from A Jger's south Wharton SATURDAY, Au?
gust loth, at 10 o'clock A. M., precisely.: ,.,
MW The J \MEa ADGER ls handsomely andjcom- !
fi mably titted np for passengers, and offers
great inducements to travellers going North.
mw Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to'
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and toe New Eng?
land m annrac tu ring towns. \
For Freight or Pussitge Engagements, apply to
ang6-s JAMBS A DOER k CO.. Agent?.
rpHE PHITiADELPHIA ISON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
EV KELMAN, Captain--,
GULF 8TRE AM, captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance wlth.Rallraad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
co and from all point3 in tho Cotton states, and
to and from cincinnati, sc Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres. : '
MW The EVERMAN is appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 0th August, at
io o'clock A. M.
gWThe GULF STREAM will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
(0 WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. GLYDE k GO., General Agents, No. Il
South Delaware Avenue, PhUadelpUa?.
Jj" O B SALT I MO B E,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND TH ROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
r THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Hay nie. Com?
mander, will san for Baltimore, on SATUBDAY,
10th August, at 10 o'dock A. M.
MW Pnlladelphla Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi,
donal 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 O. TRENHOLM, Agent,
auge-5 Np. 2 Union Wharves.
JjlOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
. CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERS
STEAM COMPANY ^frC?I
Will dispatch one or their first-class, full power
Iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold. \ .. ?'. .
Steerage Passage (Office No. 20 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS k GUION,
No. 68 Wau street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For par t leal are and rato of Freight apply to *
JAMES A DOER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A GO.,
mava or WM. A. COURTENAY.
OB F L O B IDA,
The Splendid Steamer DI0TATOR
Captain L. M. Ooxetter, will lea?et_^_
Charlen ton every TUESDAY EVENING, at baif-paat 8
o'clock, for SAVANNAH, F P. KN ANDINA, JACK?
SON VILLI 1, PA LATH. A AND ALL LANDINGS
ON M. JOHN'S RIVER.
Retnrnlng, DICTATOR. will leave PAL ATE A
THURSDAY NIGHT, SAVANNAH s AT nm A Y MORN?
ING, arnvivlog here same afternoon.
All Way Freight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
commodatlons, apply to -
RAVENBL k CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat'B Wharf aud East Bay.
pOPULAB MUSIC BOOKS.
Now select the Music Book speeded during the
next an'nmn, and agreeably nccupy your som?
mer leisure in examining, playing and singing
THE STANDARD I Price $1 50; $13 60 per doz.
Desrincd to ba the Banner Church Music
Dook or the season. Singers! leadersl teach
erst "Rally round" the banner I
SPARKLING RUBIES I Price 35 cents.
For Sabbath-schools. None better.
THE PILGRIM'S HARP.I Price 60 centa.
For Vestries and Prayer Meetings, Unex?
Take with you for entertainment at sommer
THE MUSICAL TREASURE I *
225 piges of new and popular Songs and
Pianoforte pieces, or
SHOWER OF PKARLS,
Fnll'of the best Vocal Duets. Or,
Full or the best Opera Songs. Or,
PIANIS I'S ALBUM.
Full of the best Plano Pieces. Or,
PIANOFORTE O KMS.
Full or the best Plano Pieces.
Each or the above five books costs $2 63 m .
boards, or $3 in cloth.. Has more than 20O large
pages full or popular music, and elti er book la L
most entertaining companion to alover of music.
Specimens of the standard sent, for the pres?
ent, postpaid, for $i 25, and of the other books for
the retail price. .
OLIVER DIT VINA CO., I C. H. DITSON 4*0.,
Boston, I New York. ?
JgOWLES BBOTHERS & CO.,
LONDON, PARIS AND BOSTON
NO. 19 WILLIAM STREET,
CIRCULAR CREDITS for Travellers, available
throughout che world. Bille cf Exchange and
Telegraphic Transfers on any part of Europe Iq
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