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Orange Lodge, A. F. M., at 8 P. M.
Cnarlefton Riflemen, at halt-past 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
John G. Mllnor & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at residence Coming street, opposite St. Paul's
Cbnrch, household furniture.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, photographic Implements, dry goods, &c.
rn vu.no.ut: TRI CAZ.
The range of the thermometer on Saturday
and Sunday, at the drug store of Mr. Joseph
Blackman, on the south side ot Broad street,
was as follows: Saturday-8 A. M., 82; 10 A.
M., 85; 12 M., 87; 2 P. M., 88; 4 P. M., S8; 6 P.
M., 86; 8 P. M., 83. Sunday-8 A. M.. 83; 10
A. M., 85; 12 M., 87; 2 P. M., 88; 4 P. M., 88; G j
P. M., 86; 8 P. M., 83.
A TERRIBLE DEED OF BLOOD.
Brutal Butchery of a White Jinn by a
Negro-The Victim Slashed In Seven
Places-Kc mar kat? ie Nonchalance or I
the Murderer-Indignation In the
About nine o'clock last Saturday evening
was committed one of the most brutal and
bloody murders that bas disgraced the annals
of this city for many years. The victim was
Mr. John T. McDowell, a white man, who re?
sided on the southeast corner ol Shepherd
and King streets, and his murderer was a
burly negro known as Cain Simons. The
scene of the tragedy was Mr. McDowell's resl
dence, and the cause ol the affray, which has
resulted In the horrible deatb of one of its
participants, and must be visited with swift
and terribie retribution upon the ol.h.?r, ap?
pears to have been merely an attempt by the
unfortunate victim to repel an unwarranted
Intrusion upon his premises. The residence
was occupied conjointly by the deceased and
a Mrs. Baxter, a white woman, and on Sal ur
day evening Mr. McDowell, who was in his
room in the Iront of the house, was attracted
to the door by the noise of on angry alterca?
tion lu the yard. He found the negro Simons
and the woman Baxter engaged in a dispute
about a dog belonging to the latter, which the
negro had taken away Irom (be premises that
afternoon and had either lost or made away
with. On seeing Mr. McDowell, the woman
appealed to him to put Simons, who was
becoming violent and abusive, out of her
house, and McDowell, responding to the call,
seized hold of Iud negro, and led, or partially
forced, him into the jard. There the
latter drew, from a sheath which he
bad concealed In his pocket, a large
and murderous-looking knife, and made
a desperate lunge at McDowell who, however,
was too quick for hi rn, and felled him to the
ground with a piece ol wood which he picked
up. Except this rude and clumsy weapon.
McDowell was completely unarmed, and he
retreated Into the kitchen, wither he was pur?
sued by the Infuriated negro, who, cursing
and shouting that he would have his revenge,
seized a loaded gun which stood lo a corner
and rushed upon McDowell. The latter closed
with him, and the fierce death struggle began.
McDowell succeeded lu wrenching the gnu
from his antagonist's grasp, but at that mo?
ment the latter, getting bis right arm free,
brought bis dagger down with fatal Force,
plunging lt up to the hilt lu McDowell's left,
shoulder, near the neck, and penetrating into
the cavity of the lung. Mrs. Baxter and a
colored woman were standing by and wit?
nessed trie sickening irageuy, ?ua tney
rushed Into the yard screaming "Mur?
der" and "Help," but no help was at
hand. Meanwhile the two powerful men were
still clenched in the deadly strife. Both were
powerful men, and they rolled over and over
on the ground while fate seemed trembling in
" -the balance. The silent dagger of the negro
however, was dreadfully busy, and in a few
minutes more McDowell lay dying in a pool of
bis own blood, slashed with no less than seven
wounds. The murderer then dragged the still
quivering body into the yard and fled the pre
mises, but, impelled by some strange freak ol
late, he went directly to the upper Guardhouse
and told Lieutenant W?bb that a great row
was going on at the corner of Shepherd street
and Rutledge avenue. Lieutenant Webb told
bim to pilot a squad of police men to the spot
While the policemen were preparing to go, he
deliberately washed the blood from bis hands
at the pump !n the Guardhouse yard. After
going a short distance with the policemen he
managed to get away from them, bu'-, was ar.
rested a short time later, in a grocery store at
the corner of Line and St. Philip streets, by
two colored men, William Darrill and Frank
Mason, and taken back to the Guardhouse
Yesterday morning he pretended to be totally
Ignorant ol the murder.
Coroner Taft Impanelled a jury of inquest
yesterday, which adjourned until ten o'clock
this morning, without taking any evidence.
A post-mortem examination was made yester
day by Dr. J. Somers Buist, which developed
the fact that deabh wan immediately produced
by the severance of :he sub-clavian artery
[wound on the front of the left shoulder]
although death would have resulted irom
the other wounds on toe back, whioh reached
In the cavity of the lUDgs. The coroner deemed
lt prudent to let the prisoner remain yester
day at the Guardhouse, as many persons, both
white and colored, expressed a desire to lynch
A MOSQUITO FLKET.-A large crowd of
ladles and gentlemen were attracted lo the
pond at the east end of Queen street, on Sat?
urday afternoon, by four miniature steamers
whioh were steaming over its surface. They
rode swiftly and gallantly over the waves,
and drew forth the admiration of all specta?
tors. They are owned by Mr. Bj Aveilhe, who
took tbem out on that occasion for a trial trip.
Hotel Arrivals-August 10 and ll. v
J. A Bremmer, Augusta; Jamas H. Walker, D
Virginia; S. V. Bunting, P. P. C. C.; J. G.
Thompson, Beaufort; C. H. Guild, Rhode f
Island; F. H. Gordon, Columbia; R. D. Potis,
U. S. A.; J. P. Miller, Winchester, Va.; R. A. jj
Stearns, Pensacola; C. O. Bernard and wife, li
Jacksonville; N. M. Bowen, Americus, Ga.; R
Dorsey, Columbia; E. A. Marshall, Pbiladel- t
phia; R. W. Hamilton, Baltimore; Timothy t
Harley, Columbia; J. W. Spaulding, Wilmlng- li
ton; J. W. Scott, Florida; T. H. McIntosh, A. f
McLaughlin, Savannah; E. G. Johnson, wife a
and mother. Lake City, Fla.; John L. VlHaJ ii
hogh, wife and daughter, Miss Lucy S. Rogers, t
J. A Vlllahugh, Savannah; William J. DeTre- b
ville, Orangeburg. D
J. J. Maher, Jules Kahn and wife, South tl
Carolina; J. 8. Panchen, Rome; D. M. true,
Augusta; John Gill, Hugh Gill, Boston; N. RU- c
Uer, John W. Gaillard, Florence; W. B. Mc- li
Clel'ao, McClellansvllle; F. Glaser, Chisolm's v?
Landing; John Elliott, Evansville, Ind ; Bob't tl
Bowden, New York; A. McCobb, Jr., Captain tl
N. T. Talbot, Jr., Captain O. McCobb, Rock- ti
port/ Me.; C. 8. Laneau, Gourdin's, North- ll
eastern Railroad; Hugh Green, Jos. Brower, c
THE CITY FATHERS AFLOAT.
A Toar of Marin? Inspection-A 8150
Municipal Excursion-Startling En?
croachmcntg of Old Neptune In
Charleston-The Lazaretto Fated.
In accordance with an invitation by the
quarantine committee of the City Council, a
large party of gentlemen proceeded down the
harbor last Saturday morning, on the steamer
Emilie, to make aa inspection of" the Lazaretto
building, on Monis Island, which the State
authorities are desirous of conveying, in trust,
to the City of Charfeston. The steamer started
from 8outh Commercial wharf at about half
pasL seven, havin? on bo>rd Aldermen Swee
ean, Michaels, Brown, Glover, Kenny and
Voigt; City Attorney Corbin; Major Cal?
lahan,' ot the United States army; Cap-i
tala Ramsay, commandant of the Arse-1
nal; Dr. Gib3on, post surgeon; Dr.
Robert. Lebby, Sr., health officer ; Dr.
Chazal, ot Hie medical committee of the board
of health; Dr. Buist, of the City Hospita), anda
number of other members of the board. Also,
Captain Minolt, Lieutenants Fraser. Fielding |
and Fordham of the police force; City Engi?
neer Barbot, the Rev. Messrs. Yates, Muller
and Qulgley, Lieutenant-Go vernor Ran s i er.
and about seventy-five invited guests. Tbe
Mayor was detained In the city by municipal
duties. An invitation had been extended to
Colonel Ludlow, of the United Stales engineer
corps, but he was prevenied from being j
present by business. The steamer touched at |
Sullivan's Island for Clly Registrar Pelzer,
Aldermen Bowen and O'Neill, and several
members of the board ol' health, after which
she proceeded directly to Morris Island. The
morning was bright and clear and rendered
delightful by a strong breeze coming lu from
the ocean. All on board was life and anima?
tion. A miscellaneous and constantly varying
crowd filled the main saloon, some surround?
ing the long table spread with substantial
viands and making ample amends for hasty
breakfasts, while others filled bumpers to the
pleasant termination of the tour of inspection,
and every one was happy. Reaching Com?
ing's Point most of the party disembarked in
a small boat and proceeded leisurely down tbe
beach to the Lazaretto, over a mlle distant
pausing every now and again to gather shells,
sea grass, or some other curiosity. Morris
Island ls a narrow strip ot sandy land, varying j
In width from fifty to two hundred yards, and
is densely covered with a long grass peculiar j
to the sea shore. Abeu a quarter of a mile
northwest of the Lazaretto is the famous Bat?
tery Wagner It has almost lost Its identity;
the bomb proofs have long since caved io, and
the Interior has therefore assumed the ap?
pearance of a long and narrow gully. The
non heust parapet has been washed away by
the encroachment< ol tbe sea;Hie logs used in
building lt lie on Hie beach in a confused heap,
half covered with sand. Here and lhere are
fragments of shell reduced almost to dust by
continued exposure to the salt air. And on
the north side one may notice strips of half |
iecayed rubber cloth, which were probably
winding sheet?, as tho dead were buried on
The Lazaretto stands upon what was known,
luring the war, as the ''curlew cround," the
'pot where so many colored troops were
ilaugbtered at the storming of Bat'ery Wag
ler on the 18th of July, 18?3. It is a one-story
s-ooden building, seventj-flve feet by twenty,
vi th a piazza on the southeast front. The ln
erior is one large room, on either side of |
?vhlch stand a row of cots. The w? and
ceiling are yellow washed. Beneath the cen
re of the floor is a brick cistern, capable of I
lOldlng seven thousand five hundred gallons [
?f water. In the rear of the Laza-etto bulld
?0 u tho t-uuiuir'H iioiiflA. a neat iwo-slorv
ilrucltire, laney style, containing two rooms
>elow, and one above, situated upr>n the cen
re of the roof, and resembling a large square
?up?la. Both buildings are in excellent con?
ti Hon. Toe Lazaretto contains no patients.
?be high waler mark is already under the floor
if the Lazaretto, about ten feet from the
A discussion arose between Alderman Swee?
ten, of the quarantine committee, and Dr.
.ebby, upon the terms of agreement between
be State and the city, In case the latter as
umed charge of the Lazaretto. Dr. Lebby
aid that the State would reserve the right to
end patients thither from quarantined ves
els. Mr. Sweegan wished to know whether
he city would be expected to maintain such
)atlents at her expense. Dr. Lebby replied
hat such patients would be maintained at the
'xpen se of the vessel from which they were
aken. There seemed to be some doubt, how?
ler. In the minds of several of the commit
ee, whether vessels always paid the hospital
iHJs ol their sailors. Mr. Sweegan Bald he
Fould object to receiving the Lazaretto from
he State, on two grounds : First, it was evi-1
ent the foundations of the building would
oon be washed away; second, as a party con- ?
lected with the shipping Interest, be would
bject to having sailors, who were afflicted
?lth other diseases, sent to a small-pox hos-1
iltal. The quarantine committee, and ihe
aembers of the Board of Health presont, then
tijou rn ed to the keeper's house, and there held
,n informal meeting, with Mr. Sweegan in Hie
hair. Mr. Sweegan briefly stated ihat the
ibject of the inspection was to ascertain
vhether it would be advisable for the city to
istablish a small-pox hospital upon Morris
stand. A resolution was passed Inviting Dr.
jebby lo be present at the meeting, AI Mr.
Iweegan's request, Dr. Lebby produced a copy
f .Governor Scott's letter, authorizing him to
urn the Lazaretto, with its furniture, over to
be city, lu trust for the Slate. On being |
sked by Mr. Sweegan If he understood the
?lter from Governor Scott to reserve the right j
? sending quarantine patients to the Laza- j
etto alter it had been turned over to the city,
ie entered Into a lengthy explanation of the I
luaranllne law. After thia was concluded, 1
Ir. Sweegan said he did not see anything In 1
he letter wblrh lmpfled tho reservation of the
Ight, and th if tbe city was expected lo
nter Into an agreement, the terms of which .
rere couched in such language that they could '
tot be understood, the negotiations had belter '
e brought at once to a close. Dr. Lebby '1
ero abruptly left '.he room.
The following resoiutlon was offered by Dr.
Resolved, That, in Hie opinion of the board i j
f health and ihe quarantine committee, lt is
ieemed Inexpedient to locate a small-pox
loepltal upon Morris Island.
Dr. Chazal called attention lo the fact thai
he city, if it established a small-pox hospital
here, could oblige none but paupers to go to
t, as the law in Charleston forbade Ihe en?
twood removal of patients to a hospital when
ny of their friends objected, and they or their
riends had the means to support and attend
hem at home. He thought, however, that
efore the question was called for it would be
etter to consult with the elly engineer on the i j
sasibility of stopping the encroachments of j]
Mr. Barbot accordingly exhibited some
harts showing the effect of llio waves since
B33. It was found that the high water line
ras eight hundred and fifty feet further up on
ie Island last Saturday than lt had been in
lat year. Two hundred feet, Including a hill
.velve feet hish, bad been washed away since
366. Mr. Barbot paid that the Lazaretto
ould probably be saved by building a break
?ater of palmetto logs five hundred leet long
between lt and the ocean, which would cost
about four dollars to the running foot.
The resolution was then put and unani?
mously adopted. This ended the meeting, and
the party returned lo the steamer. It had
been proposed to touch at Fort sumter on the
trip back to the city, but Just before the fort
was reached it was discovered that two little
boys of the party were missing. A return to
the island was thereby necessitated. The boys
were found alive and well; they had been
bathing in the surf and failed to notice the de?
parture of the steamer. The trip was altogether
a delightful one, and was much enjoyed by
all on board. The steamer returned to the
city about?three o'clock in the afternoon.
THE REOPENING OE CHRIST CHURCH.
Assured Success of the New Religious
Enterprise-A Career ot Usefulness
The re-establishment ol Christ Church,
Shepberdsvllle, under the ministrations of the
Rev. J. Meicler Green, ls now no longer a
doubtlul experiment, but an accomplished
fact, and lt is meeting with a degree of en?
couragement that is most gratifying, and
which exceeds the brightest expectations of
Us most sanguine lrlends. Yesterday after?
noon, the little church waa well Ailed with a
most respectable congregation,' Including
many influential members of other Episcopal
Churches, and all expressed their gratifica?
tion at the success attending Its re-establish?
ment and the promise ol great usefulness In
the cause of Christianity which It promised
in the luture. The service was held nt hall
past five o'clock, and will be continued at that
ho ir every Sunday evening hereafter. Yes?
terday afternoon, a Sunday-school was organ?
ized with nineteen scholars, and with Henry
P. Archer, Esq., as superintendent, and this
will ba held in future at four o'clock, every
The agreeable weather of yesterday attract?
ed large congregations In all the city church?
es, the ladles especially being out In large
The vestry and congregation of Grace
Church have agreed to lorego their afternoon
service for ihe present to allow the Rev. J.
Mercier Green, who ls supplying their pulpit
in the absence of their rector, the Rev. C. C.
Pinckney, to attend lo his ministrations at
The Right Rev. Bishop Howe, attended ty
the Rev. Messrs. Johnson, Capers and McCul?
lough, preached last Sunday in 8partanburg,
In the course ol his annual tour through the
The Methodist clergymen throughout the
city preached sermons yesterday appropriate
to the week of prayer, of which It was the
The Right Rev. Bishop P?rsico, of Savannah,
preached an eloquent sermon at the Cathedral
Chapel yesterday morning.
A quartette choir Is forming for Christ
Church, and, It is said, will Include some of the
best amateur talent In the city. An excellent
instrument his already been secured.
The Baltimore and Washington malls failed
to reach the city last evening.
The semi-annual examination at the College
of Charleston commences this morning.
Mr. Matthew Ogilvie, once a prominent
hardware merchant on Broad street, Is dead.
The weather during the past few days has
been delightful, the heat not being oppressive,
and a continual breeze blowing in from the
The harbor on Saturday was enlivened as
usual by scores ol pleasure parties dotting its
surface with yawls and yacht* of all sizes.
That cow case from Summerville comes up
again this mornlDg bet?re Trial Justice
The Comet Star Fire Engine Co mpany Is to
have a fine new engine house "and yet they
are not happy."
A rumor was prevalent, yesterday, that an
extensive robbery of money and other valua?
bles bad been committed on Saturday, in Sum?
The main pediment of the new Custom?
house ou the Bast Bay iront has been finished,
and some idea of the fine proportions ol the
building may now be obtained.
Major A. J. Mlms, Most Worthy Grand Mas?
ter ol the I. 0. 0. F., ls on a tour through the
upper counties ol the State, visiting the lodges
under his charge.
They have got an alleged burglar in Char?
lotte, N. C., named McLure, who is badly
wanted tn Savannah, Ga., and a great rattling
ol telegraphic wires is being kept up over our
beads about it.
A grocer, on Meeting slreet, reported at the
Main Guardhouse, yesterday, that a padlock
bad bi en stolen from the door of his store,
and requested that a watchful Club and Star
be placed In hts neighborhood after nigh tull.
A match game of base ball was played on
the Citadel Green, Saturday afternoon, be?
tween the Gray Stockings and the College
Nine. The result was a drawn game. The
doubtful point will be settled on next Satur?
MUNICIPAL COURT.-E. Johnson disorderly,
two dollars or twenty days.
UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE.
John Baker was bound over by Commissioner
Porte?os on Saturday lo appear at ihe next
term of the United States Court, to answer the
charge of selling liquor and tobacco without a
BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS.-The closing sale
3f the stocks at, A. R. Stillman's Dry Goods
Souse, No. 281 King street, still continues.
Black Broadcloths, Black and Colored Cassi
meres, for summer, lall and winter wear;
Black Alpacas, Empress Cloths, and other
Mourning Goods ut cost; White and Colored
Piques, Bird-Eye Diapers, Table Damasks,
Towels, Napkins and Dollies, Ladles', Gents',
Misses' and Boys' Linen Cambric Handker
Jhlels. A lot of Silk and Gingham Parasols
ind Sea Sides, will be sold lor less than cost,
it A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
GENTS' COATS, Vests and Pants cleaned,
lyed and renewed at Otto Sonntag's Dyeing
Establishment, No. 34 Wentworth street, near
NOTICE.-Previous to removal to our new
store, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all ol our
present stock nt extremely low prices.
FtirtCHGOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co., No. 244 King
street. July 22
NOTICE.-Previous io removal to our new
?tore, No. 275 King street, Browning's old
Dry Goods stand, we will close out all of our
.iresent etock at extremely low prices
PURCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
itreet. _ _ July22
DRESS GOODS 1 DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
b Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
jubile to their Fresh Stock of DreBS Goods,
ust received, comprising the latest novelties
ind styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
>er cent, below their cost of importation. A 1
tall is respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN 4 1
Jo., No. 248 King street. mayl6 (
lee First Page for other Local matters.
TRAVELLERS' TESTIMONY.-Thousands of
travellers by land and sea have vouched for the
efficacy of Hostetter's Stomach Bitters as a
preventive of the physical disturbances which
ordinarily arise from change of climate
the changes of diet, water, &c, incident
wandering life. Upon systems toned,
vlgorated and regulated by this genial vege
table antidote the external causes of debillt
and diseases seem to produce little or
effect. Forearmed with Hostetter's Bitters
the voyager may bid defiance to Beaslcknes
and encounter the chilling fogs of the Brltlsl
Isles, the coast winds of the Antilles, the
temperature of Northern Alaska, or the burn
lng beat of the tropics with equal Impunity
The effect of thlB admirable medicated stlmu
lant is greatly to increase the vital energy
the system, thereby enabling it to resist
j repel the exciting causes of disease.
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HABEL STREET
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stocl
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds
Balusters, MouldlngB, Ac, are kept conBtantlj
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street
The above are all made at his own lactory
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, al?o, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums ai
now sold at 60c. each. HASEL STREBT BAZAAR
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 60c
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
?W THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances or Mr. and Mn. O. J. H. CASTES
and of Mr. and Mrs. H. Gears, and of Mrs.
Mehrtens, are respectfully InvPed. to attend the
Funeral of the former, at his late residence, No
180 King street, at half-past 3 o'clock THIS APTBR
MW DEUTSCHE SCH?TZEN GESELL?
SCHAFT.-You are hereby summoned toatiend
thu Fnneral Services of yoar late Brother-Mem
ber, O. J. II. CA ST ENS, atjnis la'e residence, Ko
HO King street.THIS DAY, at half-past 3 P. M.
By order. H. H. KNEE,
augis . _ Secretary
MW WASHINGTON LODGE, No. 5, A
F. M.-You are hereby summoned to ai tend the
Funeral Services of your late Brother-Member
C. J, II. CASTE vs, at his late residence, No. 186
King street, THIS DAY, at hair-past 3 P. M.
By order. T. E. STROTHER,
?WJE TNA FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
You are hereby summoned to alt -nd the Funeral
Services of yoor late Honorary Member, 0. J.
CASTENS, at his late r?sidence, No. 186 King
street, THIS DAY, at half-past 8 P. M.
By order. J. MoLEISH,
MW GERMAN FIRE COMPANY.-YOU
are hereby Fummoned to attend the Funeral ser
vices of your late Brother-Member, C. J. H. OAS
TENS, from his late residence, No. 188 King
street, Tum DAY, at hair-past 3 P. M.
By order. J. U. OSTEN DORFF,
augi2 , . Secretary.
?BW DEUTSC HE BRUDERLICHER
BUND.-You are hereby summoned to attend the
Funeral Services of yonr late Brother-Member,
J. H. HASTENS, at his late residence, No. 186
King street, THIS DAY, at half past 3 P. M.
By order. W. MICHAELIS,
$W THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT
ANOES or General and Mrs. R. H. ANDERSON
are invited io attend the Fnneral Services of the
latter, at St. Mary's Church, Haset street, at 10
o'clock THIS (Monday) MORNING. augl2
?W THE FRIENDS AND ACQUAINT
ANUES of Mr. and Mrs. MATTHEW OGILVIE are
Invited to attend the Funeral or the former, at
the First Presbyterian Church, THIS APTMNOON
at 6 o'clock. angl2-*
CHARLESTON TURNVEREIN. -
Members are requested to attend the Funeral
Services of oar late Brother-Member, Mr. L
KOESTER, at No. 12 Anson srreet, THIS MORNING
at e o'clock. By order of
aug!2-? THE PRESIDENT.
PHILLIPS.-Died, at Mount Pleasan^on^hl?St?
Instant, ANNAGIBTRUDE, ln'ant daughter of Jno
E. and Rebecca J. Phillips, aged 1 year, 2 months
and 2 days.
LUMUKU CI.-ll. NHWP.
NKW YORE-Per steamship James Adger-o bags
sea l-l?nd cotton, 80 ba'es upland cotton, 95 bales
domestics and goods, 130 tes rice, 61 casks clay,
692 bbls naval sioreB, ISO pkgs sundries
BA i,TI MOKE-Per steamship Falcon-194 bales nt
upland cotton, 87 tierces rice, 632 hbls rosin, iso
car axles, 36 car wheels, 86.000 feet lumber, 26
rolls leather, 4 bags wool, 2 bundles hides, ? hhd
tobacco. 20 packages sundries.
PROVIDBNCH, R l-Per sehr Hattie-103,645 feet
WILMINGTON, DBL-Per sehr E o Rommel-450
tons phosphate rock.
Thc Ch an mon Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NBWS,
SATURDAY EVENING. August io, 1872.
COTTON.-There was some demand from buy?
ers, but factors were holding rather above their
views, and the sales were conOned to 8 bales,
classed low middling, at 10c H lb.
RICK.-The mirket waa quiet and no business
of note reported;
NAVAL STOBU.-The receipts were 122 bbls
spirits turpentine and 650 bbls. rosin. There were
no rales reported. Crude turpentine may be
quoted at $816 for virgin, $2 70 for yellow dip,
and $180 for hard.
FBBioaTs.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nom l
nal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
York, Xd on uplands, jfd on sea islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To Havre-onnpianda. Coastwise-to New y ort
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea islands;
$1 60 "fl tierce on rice; eoe 9 bbl on rosin;
by sail xe 9 lb on cotton; - fi tierce
on rice; 60c 9 barrel on rosin; $8 9 M on
lomaer; $10 ? M on timber. To Roaton, by sali,
-.?cfHh on upland cotton; rosin 66c; resawed
otnir $10@i0 60; phosphate $5@5 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $io ?Mon boards, xe* Bs on
cotton; by steam $l V bale on New York rates.
To Philalalphla, by steam $2 ? on cotton;
by sall, SB fl Mon boards; $9 60@io on timber; $a
per ton en clay, and $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltlmoro, by steam Xe ? ft by sau, $a 60@7 tjt
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $3 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
rrom Georgetown, S. C., Darion and Sattlia River,
Da., and Jackaonvllk?, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@ia ?1 ? aro the rates on lumber and
EXOHAKQB.-sterling 80 day billa 21>?@24X
D0MS8TIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks purchase
Jlght checks on New York at par @ % premium.
and soil at x@Ji premmlum. Outside they pur
:haae at M6@x premium, and sell at 8-l6?X
Harket? by Telegraph.
LONDON, August 10.
Noon.-Consols 92>?. Bonds 02.
Noon.-Rentes 55f 20c.
FRANKFORT, August 10.
Nsw YORK, August 10.
Noon.-Stocks very weak. Gold steady at I5?i.
Money easy at 3. Exchange-loog SH', short 9??.
Governments dnll but Arm. state bonds steady.
. Evening.-Bank statement shows : Loans In?
crease one million; speclp decrease five and three
quarter millions; legal-tenders decrease half mil?
lion; deposits decrease three and nve-eltrh th mil?
lions. Money easy at 2a3. sterling quiet with
better feeling. Gold l5>ial6X. Governments
closed quiet. States dull but very firm. Tennes?
LIVERPOOL August io.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet but steady; up?
lands ion; Orleans l0,*?d.
Later.-Cotton closed dull and unchanged; sales
10,000 bales: speculation and export 2000. Bom
bay shipments to the 9th. since last report, 900
NEW TORE. August 10.
Noon.-Cotton quiet and unchanged; uplands
21 ??Ct .
Evening.-Cotton stead?; uplands 21,ve; Or
leans 22^c; sales 1093 bales. Sate* of cotton
futures to-day 6360 bales as follows : September,
20Jia20?c; October. I9)?al9>?c; November, lSJic;
December, 18Xal8 IMO.
BOSTON, August 10.
Cotton stead r: middlings 23>;c; gross receipts
110 bales; sales 200; Block 8500.
PHILADELPHIA, Angust 10.
Cotton qnlet; mlddilcgs 22c.
BALTIMORE, August 10.
Cotton dull; middlings 2tXc; grcBS receipts 3
bales; exports coastwise 74; sales 83; stock 996.
NORFOLK, angust 10.
Cotton quiet; low middlings 20c; net receipts
60; exports coastwise 30; stock 413.
WILMINGTON, August 10.
Cotton firm; middling lOjfc; stock 848.
SAVANNAH, August io.
Cotton qnlet bat firm; middling 20'4'c;net re?
ceipts 63 bales; Block 1389.
A no DST A, August 10.
Sales of cotton 66 bales; receipts 6. Market
qnlet; middling i9>ic; low middling i8Xc -
MEMPHIS, August io.
Cotton dall; middlings MjtffclUfe; net receipts
MOBILE, August 10.
Cotton dull and nominal; net receipts 4 bales:
Nsw OHLE ASS. August 10.
Cotton nominal; low middling legato Kc; net,
receipts 4 bales; gross 19; exports coistwl?e 952;
sales 102; stock 6d62.
GALVESTON. August 9.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary I9xa20c; n? t re?
ceipts 62 bales; stock 602; net receipts of the week
263; exports coastwise 48; salts 69. Augn-tt io.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 19)?a20c; sales 160
bales; stock 630.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. August 10.
I Noon.- Breadstuff's quiet. Lard 38? 3 j. Short
middles 34s 3d. Turpentine 34s.
NEW I*ORK, August io.
Noon.-Flour advancing, win at quiet but very
Arm. Corn dull and unchanged. Pork steady at
fi3 05ai3 75. Lard steady; steam 8)*a9. Turpen?
tine steady at 6l)?a62c. Losin firm? strained
$3 6603 76.
? Evening.-Flour quiet but Arm. Wheat firmer;
winter red Western $1 82*1 88. Corn quiet but
steady. Pork a shade Armer at $13 76al3 80.
Lard a shade Ann*r; kettle 9#. Navals steady.
Groceries quiet bat Arm.
f BALTIMORE. August io.
FIOUT-good demand for new, b t prices un?
changed. Wheat firm bat Inactive; choice white
$180. Oom dall; white 70a75c; yellow 64c. Oats
Arra; Southern41S42C. Rye scarce and Arm at
70a75c. Provisions strong. Mess pork $14 50.
Bacon shoulders 7J?c. Lard dull at 8Xa9c
LOUISVILLE August 10.
Tobacco Arm; sales unimportant. Flour In lair
demand: extra family $Oso 26. Cnrn steady;
choice slielled and sacked 60c. Pork steady at
$13 25. Bacon In (rood demand; shoulders 7c;
sides Mfalto packed; sales of clear nb fides at
9>?C Lard steady; prime leaf tierce OKc; keg
MMe: order lots uc higher. Whiskey Arm at
CINCINNATI, August io.
Flour dull and holders unwilling to make con?
cessions; old $7 76a8; new, $7a7 26. Corn steady
at46a46c. Pork* in good demand at $13. La*d
in light demand and holders Arm, qnoted at, 8o8y,
but none offered. Bacon In good demand and
offerings light; sales of shoulders at o'?ao>?c,
now held at 7; sales of clear sides at 9^c, held at
9,','c; sales of clear rib sides at 9??. Whiskey
Arm at 90c.
Br>8T0N, August 7.
COFFEE.-The demand Tor entree has been very
limned the past week, but prices arc Arm au i
turre appears to re a very on&floeat feeling of a
higher range. Thesales of Java comprise 6aeoo
mats at lo.^asi>,'c. 300 bags Kio at 17al8Jic, and
St. Domingo ls nominally i jil cc per pounu. gold.
COTTON.-The demand for cottoti has been
rather limited tho past week, manufacturera pur?
chasing only In small lots as wanted, bot stocks
are quite light the better qualities difficult to And.
and prices are tending upward at the cloan. We
quote ordinary I6al7c; good ordinary l9ilo?;
low middling 20)ia2t. and middling 21&a22c per
pound, Including uplands and Gulf, but an ad?
vance on these prices la now demanded, os
foreign advices are quite favorable. u+m
DOMESTICS.-There ls some Inquiry for cotton
goods, wltn the prospect of more active move?
ments soon. Prices eased off ono half for many
kinds of goods on account of the decline In raw
material. Woollens are steady, with a better de?
mand for Reasonable styles.
GUNNY BAGS.-The market ls dull for gnnny
bags, and prices are quite nominal. We quote
heavy bags at I6al5>?c, currency.
GUNNY CLOTH.-This article ls verv much de?
pressed, and prices have eased o?r. with a limltt-d
demand tor ihe season. Domestic cann< t be
quoted over 16al5Xc, currency; and Calcutta
14c per yard.
SNAVALSTORES.-Spirits turpentine is dall and
lower, with sales at 60a6lc Der gallon. Tar Is Arm
aud has been sold at $426a460 ter bbl. ttosin
lias been in demand, with sales or tuoo barrels At
$3 62>,'ae 60 per barrel lor a-mmon st alned and
pale. Pitch is srlllng at $: 27>ia4 60 per barrel
RICE.-The market ls quite firm for rice, with
sales of Rangoon at 7a7.l?e, and Patna at 7>?a7j?c
per pound. Carolina is quiet at 8>ial0c per
pound for common and choice.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORE, August 9.
Tha Journal of Commerce says: The enrrent
dealings are on a moderate scale, with prices
maintained for desirable lots, sales 40 tierces
Carolina at 8 Jiaec, 260 bags Rangoon at 6??a7c}?,
and loo bags Patna at 7j?'asc.
New York Naval Store? Market.
Nsw TORE, August 9.
The Journal of Commerce says : The market
fori-pirlta turpentine 1B Arm at 6ic The demand
li light at the moment, but the amount of stock
hore is moderate. For parcels to arrive buyers
have the advantage. Sales are 180 bb 8 ar. sic; iou
bbis to arrive at soc, and loo bbls sellers' option
this month at 60c. Rosins-The market fa very
Arm, ?Uh moderate stock and a fair Inquiry.
Sales are 200 bbls common strained at $8 60- looo
bois strained at $3 65 flat; 300 bbls No. 2 and No l
at $4a4 60 ; 600 bbls pale a; $5. and 6t0 bbls t ale at
$6 25. We qnoie strained rosin at $3 65a3 76- No
2 at $3 80a4 us; No. l $4 50; extra pale ami virgin
at$5 76a7. Tar is quiet. Lastsales or Wlltninir
ton rope at $4 37&a4 60. *
New York Coffee Market.
, NEW YORK, Augusto.
The Journal of Commerce says: Holder of Rio
report a rather stronger market on restricted
offerings, bur. without any importa t movement
to indicate any material change in values. There
U a lair call for stock, but the bids runa trifle
under the views or bellew, who Insist on rmi ask?
ing rates, checking operations- in the local mar?
ket. At Balnur re, sales were reported of 4"00
bags by the Mindora oa private terms. Other
growths are also held with confidence on the
basis of former quotations, though no dealings of
moment are made public The Jobbing trade ls
again sonse*hat broken, and fall prices are cur?
rent tor desirable samples, with tne advantage
rather in favor of the selling Interest,
Interior Cotton Marketa.
ORAKGBBURG, August 9.
Sales during the week of 6 bales. We quote:
Ordinary iee: low middlings nc; middlings 17J?C.
KOCK HILL, August 9.
Under rather unfavorable crop reports, the
market for the past week has ruled steady and
rather upwards; middlings lac; sales3 bales.
Per steamship James Adger. for New York -
E H Jackson, wife, two children and servant, K B
Riordan and wife, T S O'Brien, K s Bruns. Mrs o
H Kerr. W J Magrath, Jr, Cul G W Bradley, Mrs N
Rittej, A R Lewitn, B White, A H Brown, Henry
Boylston, T M Horsey, A L Tyler. G M McKltten,
J P Teller, O H Guild, Mrs u Uiarly, capt J lorres.
L Lesser, Lient Burrow*, Mrs I Hammond, J S
Davidson, K Kolloch, E H Ly lia. J H Johnson, J J
Chlsolm, Geo Gage and wire, Mrs Ann Coulln and
two children, Misa Ann Murphy. T B Brtddy, Mrs
Kavanaugh and /our cnllureu, C Kavanaugh, Mrs
A Read T spencer, J Lecesslon, Mrs S Jones, R S
Agnew and wife, D McPherson, J S Thann, W S
clark. H Kohn, F Strom, J H Teary, G Stoepel, L
Putzel, J Egan, and 13 deck. .?
per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-Mrs Jno
Ells, daughter and child, Mrs B strauss, and E C
Per steamshlD South Carolina, from New 1 ork
D M True, J s Pancuen. M W Venning. J Gwlo, H
Gwln, H ? Mcclure, Jos Simo?, Frank ADeal, G
W Little, and ll steerage.
Per steamer St Helena, from Savannah via Beau
fort and other Landings-J Fltzslmons aDd wife,
Jos Fltzslmons, Chas Harrison, E A Marshall, and
two on desk. , _ .
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah, tia-Mrs
Beaty, Mr Brenard, Mrs Brenard, R M Stearns, M
M Bowen, Van White, J Parsons, G F Rogers, R
Wade, Miss Black, and three on deck.
Receipts per BAllroad, August 10.
BOOTH 0AB0MNA RAILROAD.
tJUJSOS? cottOD> ?5 balea goods, 36 bbls spirits
SSETU"NE' 74 0018 'osla, and 80 obla nour. To
ZtPSSS: A.&tll> 0 Lelbenrood, Kinsman A How
ti M 2?* * i300? w'?e Bros, Chapean & co,
T<.mT J E Aaaer * co, J flnrkamp A co,
and oTher?. " * C0> U auwlnUe'R 0 Tren?olm
orl??l?a???v!,a' 128 DWfl SP?? ?nd 34 bbls of
252? WtfSS 484 W?la rosin, cars lumber,
Si? R^n^ ?h,lden * JoDe?. K naman A How'
1 Vo s n ??tiraTkJr- Rallroa'1 ^ent. Chapeau
Llebenrood? WeLllDK- E u Fr?Bt & co, C
Lienenrooa, F Huntworth, Order, and others.
New Moon, 4th. 4 hours 26 minutes, mornln*.
MW?!12 h0Qra- 23 wiamea, morang.
Pull Moon. 18th. 3 horns, 34 minutes, evenln*.
Last Quarter, 26th, 3 honrs. 16 minnies, evening.
R. A S.
Si ARINE HEWS.
CHARLESTON, B. C..AUGUST 12, 1872.
uatS2<ieg40miu83sec. | Lou79dex67roln27eco.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
-left 7th lost. Mdse. To Wagner, Buger A co,
W A Courtenay, Jas E Adger A co. N ti Rollroa i
co, southern Express co, U W Almar, D A Anime,
J Archer, Adams, Damen A co, Dr H Baer, Edwin
Bates A co, B Boyd, f M Bristoll A co, C Bart A
co, W M Bird A co, W C Bee * co, T L BIssell, B
BiscbotT A co. earner JD, barkley A co, O Byrnes,
Crane, Boy lat?n A co. L Chap?n, T Campbell, C
Claclua, L cohen A co, H Cobla A co, J B Duval k
Son, Douglas A Miller. Dowle, Moise A Davis, D
Little, H A Dac, A W Eckel A co. Ellas Bros, J 8
Fairly & co, b K Fleming & co, D Ck Idstein A Sun,
Foray the, Mccomb A co, B Feldmann A co, S A
B M Fugante, E H Frost A co, F urcngott, Bene?
dict & co, J H Graver, C uraveiey, U Qtrrdts A
co, J Graver 4 Bro. Holmes A Gainer, I H Hall A
co,J H Hillen, John Hnrkamp A co, N A Hunt, W
Haut. N M Hendricks, A Lil ls. S J an co v ich, Dr E
H Kellers. Johnston, trews A co, Johnson Mathis,
KUnck, Wlckenberg Se co. Kinsman Bro*, U
Kiatte A co, F KresseL Jr, Lanrey, Alexander A
co, P B Lalane & co, A Langer, S R Marshall k co,
Martin A Mood, J G Mlloor A co, M.Loy A Rice,
Wm McKay, P F Murray, P Lo-z, M H Nathan, L
D mowry A Son, Marn?t, Little A co, Bernard
O'Neill, B K Neurvlile, D O'Neill k Sons. D Pani
A co, N M Porter, Paul, Welch A Brande*, 0 P
Poppenhelm, ?avenel A co. Ravenel, Holmes A
co, J L Sheppard, Steffens, Werner A Ducker. W
A Skrlnc, D H Sllcox, S S solomons, E B Stoadard
A co, J F Taylor A co, Walker, Evans ft Cogs?
well, P P Tonie, Wagger A Monsees, V Wineman
A co, M Trlest. s Tnomaon. Tledeman, Calder A
o, 0 Voigt, D Vogt, O F Wletera, K White, F von
Sauten, s H Wilson A Bro, P Walsh, L welsKopfl,
Whtttemore A Rhodes. S 0 Railroad cn, Orner,
and others. August 9th, SAM, lat 44 46, long
76 43. met a Span.sh lron-clad man-of-war, bound
Steamer Dictator, Ooxetter, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 1 bale of
n w cotton, 3 bnis sugar, 10 bales vanilla, io tes
rice, 127 empty bbls. To Ravenel A co, w M Bird
A co, Witte Bros, Fraser A DUI, H Bischoff k co,
K M Gourdin, and others.
i-teamer st Helena. Christian. Savannah, Bean
fort, Ac. Mdse and sundries. To Ravenel, Holmes
Steamer Planter, Foster, Peedee n>ver via
Georgetown, s C. 3 tierces rice, 1183 bbb naval
siores, 2 bales upland cotton, mdse and sundris*.
To Ravenel, Holmes A co, Mowry A son, James
Vidal, Whllden A Jones, Barden A Parkor, FMBI,
Adger A co, A J Salinas, Kinsman. 4 Howell, Jas
Allan, Wagener A Monsees. Lanrey, Alexander A
co, Steffens. Werner A Dncker, Boltmann Bros, L
Deuz, Qaackenbush, Estill A co, Crane, Boylston
A co, W L Webb, S R Marshall A co, E Bates A
co, and Order.
Sehr Hyne, Babb, Rockport, Me-9 days. Lime:
To J Z stocker.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York
-James Adger A co.
steamship Falcon, Haynle, Baltimore -P C
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, Woods Hole, Mass, via
Chlsolm's Island, Ga-Street Bros A co.
Sehr K C Rommel, Risley, wilmington, Del
Conen A Wells.
sehr Hattie, Mcclintock, Providence, R I
Cohen A Wells.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York.
Brig J W Spencer, Thomas, Union Island, Ga.
Sehr Minnehaha, Douglass, Jacksonvl le.
steamship Falcon. Haynle. Baltimore.
Sehr serene, Jones, Richmond, Va.
PROM THIS PORT.
British bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown, at Liv?
erpool, August 2.
>cnr Palma, Rankin, at Georgetown, S C, 1st
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Granton, Rowland, from Liverpool, Joly 26
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YCBK, Aognst io.
Arrived, steamships California, Goo cromwell,
Schmidt, Columbia and China.
BOSTON, August io.
The steamer Bristol, which Bal ed from New
York last night for Fall uiver, with 600 pashen
gois, run Into al Newport, this morning, the bark
B Rutgers, laden with Iron, which was at anchor.
The steamer made a hole six feet Into the bark
and held her there until the crew of the bark got
Aboard the steamer, when the latter got clear.
The bark sank instantly. The Bristol then land?
ed her Newport passengers and started for Fal
River, bot the leak gaining on her, she was beach?
ed. She will probably be got off In a few days.
The f ehr L A Edwards, Howland, rrom George?
town, S C, arrived at New York 8th Inst.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S 0.
Sehr Palma, Rankin, from Charleston, S G, 1st
Sehr L Warren. Robert, for New York, with na?
val stores, 3d Instant.
Sehr Ida nelia, Fisher, fur New York, with naval
stores. 3d Instant.
Sehr J R Floyd. Sqnlres, for New York, with na?
val stores. 3d Instant.
Sehr C S Webb. H mar, for New York, with na?
val stores, 3d Instant.
Brig M E Dana, O'Neill, for Boston, with lam?
ber, 6th Instant.
Sehr Ridgewood. Derrlcksen, for New York,
with naval stores. 6th Instant.
sehr W P Cox, Newell, for Philadelphia, with
lumber. 6th Instant.
Sehr Palma, Rankin, for New York, with naval
stores, 7th Instant.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP,. OLK AR ED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
The Granton, Rowland, sailed.Joly 28
D O M Ba T I 0.
Brig WH Parks. Dix. up.-.*u&.u?? ?
Behr S L Davis, Bishop, cleared.August 1
Sehr Lilly, HuarheH, UP-----.IVJS08, I
Sehr Jarnet, Tilton, cleared.August 6
SchrMatoaka, Fooks, cleared.August fl
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lt ls warranted to contain neither Sugar of Lead,
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clothes or scalp, la agreeably perfumed, and
makes one of the best dressings for the Hair In
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No. 181 Meeting street, Charleston, S. a
_ g|)iyping. _
pOB NEW YOBS.'
?KW YORK AND CHARTJESTOHF
7H* Superior First-class Sldewheel Steamship
MANHATTAN, M. 8. Woodhull, Commander,
will Bau from Adger'a South. Wharf on SATURDAY,
Au ina 117th. ar half past 4 o'clock P. M.
?-The MVNHATTANls handsomelyBnd com?
fortably fitted up for passengers, and offers
Buperlor Inducements to travellers going North..
49* Marine insurance by this line X per cent.
?sr- Through Billa or Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing town?.
49" First-class passage $20, which includes
State-Rooms and Meals.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
? angi2-e JAMES ADQER A- CO.. Agenta.
ON WEDNESDAY?, AUGUST 14, AT 2
O'CLOCK P. M.
SEW IRON STEAM LfJSE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamahl? :
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, commander., irui ?
sall for New York on WEDNESDAY. 14th ATUrnst :
at 2 o'clock P. M., from Pier No, a, Union
Wharves. . - '. :" :r-.?
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and-the
New England Cities as usual.
Insurance br Steamers of this Line K percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements,, having V
very Ano Deck Stateroom accommodaUons, uplr t,
to WAGNER, HDGElt A CO., No. 28 liroad i-'-.-jei". "
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 11 "iloa Wliarvep,
aug8 _? -
PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS TROW SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM* Captain Hunter, .
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a flirt,
class sea connection between PnlladeiphuV and '.
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Oom-r
panles at both termini, a nord rapid transportatlon
to and from all points In the Cotton States, anil :
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and,'
the principal cities or the NorthwesVBostoni
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen.
4V Tho QDLF STREAM ls appointee Ul sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, loth Aug nat, at ..
4 o'clock P. M. - .
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply i
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, ^ ll
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. >y* ?
anglo_ _1 " ?? .
jpOB LIVEBPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND - GREAT WESTERN
jgffl?fifr STEAM COMP AN" if
Will dispatch one or their first-class, fud powet
fron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 4? N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY, - ~
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 39 Broadway) tat,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. es wail street 5."Y. ".
N. B.-Through BUIR Lading to Uverpoonssned
ny the Charleston und New York Steamers, wilie?
?uako close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A GO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY.
jP OR WEIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN.
TEE RIVER. S
The Steamer MARION, Captain
W. F. Adair, ls now receiving^
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, anc
on TUESDAY NIGHT, the 13th Instant.
Freigut and Wharfage prepaid. . ..
For engagements apply to Captain on board or
to RAVENEL, HOLMES & CO... :\
aogi2-2 _No. 177 East Bay.
J10R GEOBGETOWN, & C.,
TOUOBING AT KEITHFIELD AND WAVERLY
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain c.
0. white, will receive freight THist _
DAT and To MORROW at Commercial wnarf. and
have as above TO-MORKOW NIGHT, the 18th mst.,
at 9 o'clock.
Apply on board or to
.SH YOKEL FORD A KELLY,
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, S. C., AND GARD?
NER'S BLUFF, PEEDEE RIVER,
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY AND
KEITH FIELD MILLS.
Steamer PLANTER..Capt. J. T. Foster.
Steamer SWAN....Capt. H. S. Cordes.
The PLANTER leaves Charleston
and the SWAN leaves Gardner's,_,_
Bluff every TUESDAY NIGHT, connecting on tue
Freight received at Accommodation wharf
every MONDAY and TUESDAY, and most be pre?
P^jh?pmeata t i the care of the Agents w?M be for?
warded free or storage or commissions.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the C?ptalos
on board, or to
j-iAVENEL, HOLMES A CO., Agents,
Charleston, s. C. -
B. A. MUNNERLYN A CO., Agents,
aagl2-2 Georgetown. S. 0.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
DaptainL. M. uoxetter. will leave,_^_
Charleston everv TUESDAY EVENING, at hair past 8
O'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE, PALAYKA AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Betnrnlng. DICTATOR Will leave PALATKA
THURSDAY NIGHT, SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORL?
ING arrivlvlng here same afternoon.
All Way Freight mast be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ao
:ommodatlone, apply to
RAVENEL & CO., Agents,
Corner Vsmderhorat's Wharf and East Bay.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
?OR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE A CO., 3?
NO. 20 WALL STREET.