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Sumter R'ne Club, at 8 P. M.
Phoenix Ure Company, at 8 P. M.
Hope Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales Thia Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
atore, dry goods, clotblog, ?ic.
J. Drayton Ford will sell at ll o'clock, at the
east end Of Broad street, near the Postofflce,
stocks and bonds.
The range of the thermometer on Saturday
and Sunday at the drug store of Mr. Joseph
Blackman, on the south side o? Broad street,
was as follows:
Saturday-8 A. M., 83; 10 A. M., 85; 12 M.,
86; 2 P. M., 86; 4 P. M., 86; 6 P. M., 84;
8unday-8A. M., 85; 10 A. M., 87; WM.,
85; 2 P. M., 87; 4 P. M., 84; 6 P. M., 82; 8 P. M.,
CHURCH SERVICES YESTERDAY.
Bev. J. Mercier Green, rector of the newly
organized church, preached an excellent ser
mon to a fair congregation from Hebrews, xi,
28, on the subject or the church-God's king?
dom on earth. The exercises at this church
are becoming every week mere and more
widely known and largely attended, and the
Sunday-school aitached to the church is con?
stantly Increasing In numbers and interest.
In consequence of the Indisposition ol' the
Rev. R. S. rrapler, the rector, the pulpit of j
St. Michael's Church was filled yesterday
morning by the Rev. James W. Miles, who
preached a very able and polished discourse
on the civilizing influences of Christianity.
The chnrch was dosed in the atternoon.
COURTS OE LAW.
William Walker, drunk; one dollar. Isaac
Mclellan, sleeping on a door-step in Meeting
street; held for examination. Richard Wash?
ington, firing a pistol in the streets; five dol?
lars. Thomas Nestor, drunk; one dollar.
Three chickens found In a bag in Tradol street ; j
returned to the owner.
Trial Justice Courts.
Messrs. Franois and George F. Kinloch,
planters ot Christ Church Parish, were car?
ried before Trial Justice A. M. Mackey, Satur?
day, charged with a violation ol an act of the j
Legislature to regulate the issuing of checks to
plantation laborers, In having given due bills
for larger sums than allowed by the act.
They were lound guilty, and sentenced to pay
twenty-five dollars. Appealed.
The men who robbed Mr. Puckhaber's till
on Thursday were up, and the further exam I
tlon of their case waa postponed until this
Captain Hand, of the brig Henry and
Louise, was arraigned before Trial Justice
John G. Mackey Friday afternoon, charged
with violating that section of the pilotage law
which requires that the same pilot who brings
a ship into a harbor shall be employed to lake
her out again. Tbe captain agreelog to com?
ply with the requisitions of the law, was dis?
charged on payment of costs.
Two colored boys, for stealing some clothing
and other articles from their grandmother,
were sent to jail for twenty days by the same
Justice on Saturday.
NEW COTTON FROM EDUBFIELD.-The Au?
gusta Constitutionalist says tbat Hie first bale
of cotton ot the crop of 1872, from Edirefleld
County, South Carolina, was shipped by Mr.
T. 3. Williams, an enterprising planter near j
Ridge Springs, and was received on Saturday
by Messrs. Warren, Wallace & Co., of Augusta.
THE GROWD?O CROPS_Advices from John's
Island, Saturday, report the cotton crops
there aa very fine. The caterpillars haveapt
peared In some localities, but only in very lim?
ited numbers. An abundance ol rain hus re
cantiy fallen, but not enough to injure the
crops. The planters are hopeful ol a good
BLISSFUL IGNORANCE.-Sandy Major, a col?
ored rustic with a smile that ls childlike and
bland, was found at the corner ot Tradd and
King streets, Saturday, with a large bundle of
clothing, and, having ?failed to give a satisfac?
tory explanation of the manner in which he
had come by the same, was taken to the main
Guardhouse. He there awaits the considera?
tion of the Mayor, this morning.
A LABOE CAROO OF PHOSPHATE.-The large
ship Calhoun, of one thousand eight hundred
and sixty-five tons, was cleared by the Wild?
man's Island Phosphate Company, from Bull
River, S. C., on Thursday last, destination
Scilly, for orders, willi the unusually heavy
cargo of one thousand niue hundred tons of
phosphate rock. We learn, through Messr.-.
Roach & Monett, that this ship was loaded to
a dratt of twenty-one and one-half feet, and
was towed to sea over St. Helena bar by the
steam tug Christiana.
Music OS THE BATTERY_Through the
courtesy of Major bte vena, the commandant
Ol the United States troops stationed at tbe
Citadel, the Post Band gave a promenade
ooncert In the While Point Garden last Sat?
urday evening, between the hours of five and
seven. The hand were conveyed to and from
the Battery In one of the open cars ol tho
city railroad. The selection of music was | !
very good, including a number ot popular airs
and a few laminar operatic pieces. The
garden waa well filled with ladles and gentle?
men, as well as hundreds of children with
their nurses or parents, and the concert was
altogether so enjoyable an affair as to cau?e
many, on leaving the grounds, to express a
wish for Its frequent repetition.
Tru.-TAPMKa-John Brown, a colored |1
youth, well known at the Detective office, en?
tered the store of Mr. John Luljen, at the cor?
ner of Queen and State streets, Saturday, at a
time when the proprietor and his clerk were
engaged In the rear of the store, and Jumping
over the counter emptied the till of Us cou"
tenta. He was detected In the act by the clerk,
who Immediately gave chose, but had barely
time to cry "stop thief V before he tripped
over a barrel and fell upon the floor. Some
outsiders, however, had heard the cry, aod
took up the chase, which in a short timo b?
came remarkably lively. The thief, lollowed
by a large crowd shoutiog .stop thief, shaped
his course through Queen street to East Bay,
and down that street to the Postofflce. Turn
log suddenly to the rear of that building he
ran abruptly Into the arms of no leas a person?
age than Alderman Kenny. The astonished
alderman gave him a hearty embrace, and in
return for his affectionate conduct was severe?
ly bitten upon one of his hancK Detective
May arrived on the ground a second or two
later, and put an end to the affecting scene by
marching the bellicose Brown to the Guard?
house. The extent ol the robbery ls not
known, Mr. Lutjen being ignorant of the
amount of money m lne Ul, 0n, tw0 dQ,_
lara and forty-five cents were lound upon the
penon ot the thief.
THE COUNTY CAMPAIGN.
Thc Lessons of the Rival Conventions
Bowen Ahead In the Kace ?or Sheriff
Prospects of the snit?: Convention-A
Of the two mala events that have been re
lied upon to decide the Issues of the campaign
in Charleston County, as between Messrs.
Bowen and Mackey, one has now taken place
and the other ls close at hand. The county con
ventlons o? last Thursday Dight formed one
of those events, and the State convention or
conventions, which will assemble at Columbia
on Wednesday next, will be the other, and.
probably, decisive one. It Is well enough un?
derstood that the prize for which both of these
contestants are striving is the shrievalty of
this county, with its immense patronage and
power, and the fact that they have ranged
themselves respectively with the two warring
factions in the State campaign is hardly more
than Incidental to their own struggle nearer
home, in which they have so much greater per?
sonal Interests at Biak??. Tne rival conven?
tions of Thursday night afforded an opportu
tunity to draw a comparison between the
chauces of the two candidates, almost as com?
plete as though the two factions had met
together and measured their Bwords on the
floor ol llie eame convention, and lt must be
admitted thar, so far as those conventions fur?
nish a criterion, the chances have been ebowu
to be all in favor of Bowen. The Mackey
party clelm their strength In Charleston City
and admit, In their own secret councils, that
Bowen has an overwhelming majority In the
country precincts. The Bowenltes calm all
that and more, tor they Insist that In the city
precincts their strength ls at least equal to
that of Ihe Mackeyltes. In addition to these
two main divisions of tho Cnarleston Radicals
there Is another organization, culling itself
the Progressive Republican Association, which
is led by Major M. R. Delany. This body
is,'apparenily small In numbers and imperfect
in organization, but Its leader has a very
large voice, and is a very black man, with a
much better education than most ot the
blacks, and no doubt has a considerable in?
fluence and iollowiog among the colored
voters. At all events the accession ot his or?
ganization to either of the contesting factions
would obviously be ot advantage io that
faction to Just ihe extent of its vote in a con?
vention or at the polls. The Progressivlsts
were attracted to the Mackey convention, and
so iar this circumstance appeared to give the
Mackeyltes an adrantage,but in the cou vcntlon
it was soon found that they wanted in return
for their voies a considerable representation
upon the delegation to Columbia. The men
that they particularly iosisted upon were M. R.
Delany and Gilbert Pillsbury, and when it was
found that those men, as well as James P.
Howard, A. A. Asplnall, John Clyde, William
Murrin and Charles Vanderhorst had been
wholly excluded from the Mackey ticket, there
was a tremendous row In the wigwam. From
that moment there was a scene of uproar and
contusion, and lt was only saved from disso?
lution by the utmost adroitness on the part of |
its engineers. It is evident that the effect o?
such a convention can only be to spilt and dis?
organize the faction, and lt 1B very certain
that the Macksyltes bave lost In strength and
influence by Its being held.
The Bowen Convention, on the same night,
In Hibernian Hall, was a marked contrast to
the otber one. It contained, of course, the
sam" number of delegates, and might have
represented the same number of constituents,
although it ls claimed lliat lt represented from
five to ten thousand more. It was certainly a
more compact, harmonious and thoroughly
organized body, and its deliberations clearly
revealed the fact that lu members and the j
men by whom they ivore elected were witd
Bowen drat, last and all the time. There were
no angry discussions, und no evidence at all
of any spilt or any serious dissensions. The
only differences ot opinion manifested was as
to the proportional distribution of delegates
imong the various precincts, and these were
all soon reconciled. The difference between
these two parties, as shown by the two con?
ventions, is that the Bowenltes are a compact,
well organized and thoroughly loyal body,
while the Mackey faction is sadly divided and
entangled In Internai feuds.
The question of which will be successful In
its purposes In the Slate convention is a diffi?
cult question to answer unlit next Wednes?
day. Boili factions appear equally confident
ol admission to the regular convention,
although each has adopted a different plan to
accomplish that. The Mackeyltes have adopt?
ed resolutions declaring emphatically but In
general terms for Stale reform, and being
careful to accuse no particular official ol the
State rascalities. It ls said that this was done
oecause the Ring, or "syndicate," ns lt is now
jailed, has adopted the vague cry of reform
tself, and expects to capture the Radical Re?
formera themselves by that device. The Bow
snltes on ihe contrary adopted no resolutions,
ind lett their delegates iree to Insinuate
.hemselves luto the convention in any
?vay they please, and do what they
please after they get In, holding thal
Bowen's "persoual Integrity and devotion to
their interests" will be sufficient guarantee
tor them. It ls certain that both delegations
will be in some convention or other, the pros?
pects being still good for a serious bolt, led
either by delegates from Cnarleston or Beau?
fort, which county has also sent double dele?
gations, headed respectively by Whipper and
Smalls. There has been some idle talk of a
jevlce on the part of one ol' the Charleston
lelegatioos to very effectually prevent the
'eating of the other by either getting up a ter
-ible ?ght on tbe train which is to carry the
atter to Columbia, or by just throwing the
.rain off the track, and In the language of the
person who mentioned the rumor, "sending
em to the hospital and Insane asylum Instead
af the convention." It ls not probable, how
?ver. that there is the least truth in the ru?
mor, and the suggestion is so maliciously dia?
bolical that we decline to stigmatize either
action by stating which lt was that was ru?
mored to have it in contemplation.
The majority ol the delegates expect
o leave for Columbia o? Tuesday night.
Sheriff Mackey and Coroner Taft, how?
ler, taking time by the forelock, went
ap on Friday night, and Mr. Bowen followed
DU Saturday. Judge T. J. Mackey was In
town on Saturday, industriously ear-wigging
the local politicians, aud laying no end of
pipes for ihe State convention to which he is a
delegate from Chester County.
BI?TOCS AitazoNS.-Hulf a dozen colored
women got into a dispute Saturday Dight in
St. P?illp street, near Vanderhorst, and
greatly disturbed the neighborhood by using
obsceno and noisy language. They finally
wound tip in a free fight, and were carried to
the upper Guardhouse. Au explanation will
be made this morning.
MACKAY VS. THE BLUE BIDOE RAILROAD COM
PAXT.-lt will be remembered that last week
ihe hearing upon the mle to show cause was
adjourned over until Friday, in order to grant
lime to the plaintiff to produce counter affida?
vits. Upon the affidavits of Colonel Manson
and Mr. Corbin the case was heard. Elabo?
rate arguments were made on the part ol the
plaintiff by Mr. D. T. Corbin, and on the part
af the defendant by Mr. C. D. Melton. Judge
Melton reserved his decision.
A White Man Seriously Slabbed.
Two white meD, Thomas Rembert and James
Mahoney, trot into a difficulty about nine
o'clock Saturday night In the boarding house
of a Mrs. Bresland, at the corner ol Church
! and Market streets, which resulted In the lal
I ter beine seriously slabbed io the neck by the
former. The wounded man was taken to Dr. E.
H.Kellers, who dressed the wound and pro?
nounced that the knife had narrowly missed
the carotid artery. A warraut Tor the
arrest of Rembert was Immediately is?
sued by Trial Justice Levy, but before
II could be s-rved be had been arrested by
Detective May. The origin of the dlfflculiy is
somewhat obscure. The men had lived in the
same house for some time, and always been
good friends. Both appear to have been per
iectly sober at the time of the cutliog. Rem?
bert said yesterday morning that Mahoney bad
been misrepresenllng'hlm to his (Rembert's)
friends. He also denied cutting Mahoney.
Witnesses of the altercation assert that Rem?
bert tried to throw Mahoney over the stairway
landing, on the third floor. Mahoney is a
blacksmith, an1 ls said to be a quiet, inoffen?
sive person. Rembert ls an employee of
Messrs. Adams, Damon & Co. Tnis ls the
second time he has used the knife ID an alter?
cation. He .-. as releasea yesterday alternoon
on three hundred dollars bail.
A While Man Slabbed by a Negro.
Alexander Braid, a respectable white man,
was stabbed In the left shoulder, near the
Joint, about one o'clock on Saturday In his
own house at the corner o? SprlDg and Presi?
dents streets, by a negro named James Brown.
Brown went Into the house and represented
himsell a<<a detective, say log he had come to
arrest Braid. The latter told Brown to go out,
and then went up lo his bed-room on the sec?
ond floor, whither he was followed by the
negro. Mrs. Braid and several other inmates
ol the house heard an altercation above and
heard Braid cry out that he was stabbed.
Brown shortly afterwards ran down stairs and
Into the street. Dr. Lockwood was sent for
without delay, and pronounced the wound on
examination of a painful though not serious
nature. Brown was unknown to any of the In?
mates ol the house, not having been seen by
them belore. He had not been arrested yes?
-The steamship Georgia, of I be Iron Line,
sails for New York on Wednesday, at ten
o'clock In the morning, instead of Ave o'clock
In the afternoon.
-A carne of base ball was played Saturday
alternoon on the Hall Moon Battery between
the Columbios and the Gray Jackets. The lat?
ter were victorious, the score Biaading seven?
teen to four.
-Miss Eliza Devlneau, the organist of St.
Patrick's Church, was yesterday presented by
the children of the choir with a handsome sil?
ver goblet, as a testimonial of their esteem
and their high appreciation of her merits as a
-We have to acknowledge the receipt,
through the courtesy of Congressman De
Large, of a number of Important public docu?
ments, Including the census returns, as far
as completed, and the report ot the Con?
gressional Ku-Klux committee.
-A rumor was prevalent on Saturday to the
effect that Governor Scott bad suddenly and
mysteriously left the Slate the day previous.
This, however, is hardly probable, as the
Governor Is not expected lo leave belore the
5th ol next November.
-A policeman arrested a colored boy last
evening lor maltreating a little colored girl.
While carrying the boy to the Guardhouse he
was assailed by a crowd of similarly colored
urchins, with slicks, brickbats and slung
shote. The policeman signalled for help, and
the whole party-seven cr eight io number
were locked up for the night.
-The steam tug General Scott, belonging to
the Matine River Phosphate Company, was
sunk yesterday morning near the Sullivan's
Island Ferry Company's wharf at Moultrle
ville. One end of ihe lug got hitched up on
the beach, and when the tide fell the other
end dropped so near the perpendicular as lo
prevent Its rising with the flood tide. She
was gotten afloat again, however, by evening
In time to take a party of ladies and gectle
tlemen around the harbor.
8ALE OK THE FIRST NEW CAROLINA RICE.
The arrival of lour hundred bushels new Caro?
lina rough rice. Ute ?ret ol the season, pre-j
vlously announced, was sent to Chlsolm's mill,
where lt was cleaned and the samples placed
on the market on Saturday last. It was classed
low good in quality, with rather more hard- j
ness ol grain, and a better .color than is usual
with the tl ret new rice. The lot was sold
by Messrs. Geo. H. Ingrnham & Son, and pur?
chased by Me-srs. D. Talmage & Sons at ten
cents per pound, and was shipped to New
York per steamship James Adger. The par?
cel was well handled at the mill, and the out?
turn good, some three hundred and ninety-two
bushels, weighing thirty-eight pounds per
bushel in the rouirh, producing eleven tierces
whole, two middlings and three-quarler small.
SK?,1.1 NV, off at and below cost, the stock of |
Eoods at A. R. Stillman's Dry Goods House,
No. 231 King street. Marseilles, Toilet and
Honpy-Comb Quilts, white and colored, offered
at less (han cost. Damask Napkins and
Doyliep, Huckaback, Bird-Eye and Scotch Dia?
pers, Russia Crash, Pillow Linens and Table
Damasks. A large assortment of very cheap
Towels. The remaining stock or Summer
Dress Goods, Balmorals, Lace Points, Ac.,
very cheap at A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 Ring
MISCHIEF IN THE AIR.-We cannot analyze
the orial poisons that produce epidemic and
endemic diseases; but the valuable disco ve
rles which have been made In vegetable phar?
macy enable us to counteract Ibeir maliilc In?
fluence. The most powerful known antidote to
every species of malaria is Hostetter's Stomach
Bitters, a pure botanical medicine, in which
thc finest antiseptics, tonics, alteratives and
stimulants ot th4 vegetable kingdom are skil?
fully and effectively combined. At seasons ot
the year when ihe atmosphere is surcharged
with miasma, and whenever Ihe specific virus
of any Infectious disease is supposed to be
present in the air, this famous corree:ive
should be taken regularly as a protective. All
who choose to observe this precaution may
bid defiance to Intermittent and remittent fe?
ver?, and in fact to all disorders generated by
foul exhalations or impure water,
PREVIOUS to removal to our new store, No.
275 King etreet, we will offer great bargains
in ?ll of our goods. Just received, afine as?
sortment of White Linen?, and a fine assort?
ment of Bleached Longcloths-all the favorite
brands at favorite figures. The best selection
in Calicoes. Elegant stock of Dress Goods.
Lidies' and Gents' Underwear. Broadcloth In
ail ils branches, Towels, Damasks, Napkins,
&c. Lace Shawls, Parasols, Gloves, Ribbons,
Corsets. Hosiery, the cheapest and beet in
marker, at FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., NO.
214 King street. anglo
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act of the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE to each poison or poisonous com?
pound so:d by them printed upon (he labet on
each bottle or package. THE NEWS Job Office
IB prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing yoor Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. decl4s
YOUNO MBN, TAKE NOTICE.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL
STKEET BAZAAR. apr20-s
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, etc.,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav?
ing orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. aprl9 mwf
ENVELOPES_A large stock of Envelopes al
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, &c, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pl nck ney street.
The above are all made at his own lactory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate j
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
.DRUGGISTS' LIBELS AND WRAPPERS taste?
fully printed, with appropriate cuts, at New
York prices, at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
COTTON FACTORS in need of Market Reports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
PLATING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
PICNIC AND EXCURSION PARTIES will consul
thelr Interests by calling at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when printed tickets or poste1 s are
CHROMOS.-To close out the balance ot our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c. to
$1 each. Basel street Bazaar.
J uly30-tuths_ _
LAWYERS can have their Brlels printed in
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-stuth
B EAUTiFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cent
each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
VERY CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy of
Nsw YORE-Per steamsnip Manfiattan-428
balen upland cotton, e tierces of rice, 40 baled
(investies and goods, 8*1 bbls rosin, 58 casks of
clay, and 248 packages sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamsnip Sea Gull-142 bales
cotton, 30 tierces rice, 400 bbls rosin, 180 axles.
210 car wheels. 42 bbls Ettwan guano, 60.000 feet
of lumber, 16 bales rag?, 60 bales dome-tica, 7
biles wool, io hales vanilla, 4 hbds and 1 bale of
hides, und sundries.
Th? Charleston Cotton, Rice anil Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
SATURDAY KVENINO. August 17,1872
COTTON.-Tho demand for thia staple tvas in a
limited way, tho market maintaining a quiet and
uuchanged character. Sales about 66 bales, say
6 at 16X.8 .at 17,10 at 18, 6 at 18X, 7 at 19, 3 at j
19*, 6 at 19X, 1 at 19*. ll at 19V, low mid diing I
grades selling at 19c ft lb.
RICK.-The stock was light, with a firm tone to
prices, sales 23 tierces of clean Carolina, say 7
tierces at 8*, 6 at 8*. and ll tierces new Caroli?
na the drat of the season, classed low good, at 10c
f4 lb. We quote common to fair at 7@7Xc; good
7X@8Xc Hm.. .
NAVAL STOBBJ.-We receipts were 146 bbls of
spirits turpentine, 330 bbia rosin, and 16 bbla
crudo turpentine. There were no sale* reported.
Crude turpentine may bo quoted at $3 16 Tor vir?
gin, $2 70 for yellow dip, and $1 80 for hard.
Panaura.-To Liverpool, Dy steam direct, aoml
aal on uplands, nommai on sea Islands; via Kew
turk, xa on aplauda, xd on sea islands; by sall,
nominal oa uplauds, on sea 'Blands nominal.
TO Havre- . uplands. Coastwise-to Now Yore
by ?team %* on uplands and - on sea islands;
Si 60 fl tierce rm rice; soc ft bbl on rosin;
by sall Kc a tts oa cotton; - fl tierce
on rice; 60c ft barrel on rosin; $3 fl M 00
lu?a aar; $10 fi H on timber. To Boston, by san,
.io fi th on upland cotton; rosin 66c; tesawed
stair $10.310 60; phosphate $s@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sail $10 fi Mon boards,Xe fi lb oa
cotton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York ratea.
To Philadelphia, by steam S2 fi on cotton;
by sall, tsp M on boards; 19 60@10 on timber; $3
per ton un clay, and $3a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team xe * rh by sall, ?6 60@7 V
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; 18 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de?
mand by oar merchants to take lumbor freights
.rom Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Satilla River,
2a., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind $io?i2 fi u are the rates on lumber and
wtoHANoa-stsrllng 00 day bills nominal at
UOMBBTIO EXCHANGE.-Tho banks pnrohaae
sight checks on New York at par? x premium,
and sell at x@X premmlnm. Outside they pur
chase at M6@x premium, and sell at 3-16 ax
Marketa *>F Telegraph.
Bm. " LONDON, AOgUSt 17.
Nonn-Consols opened at 92X for money and
92X for scconut. Bonds quiet; s xty-twos 92X.
LOUB018 and American securities closed un?
""m o PARIS, August 17.
, S???brsP8*ln tne ?ank or France Increased
1,500,000 francs during the past week.
" _ FRANKFORT, August 17.
?, _ Nsw YORK, August 17.
Noon.-stocks dull. Gold Arm at 16X- Money
easy at 3. Exchange, long 8X; short 9X. Gov?
ernments duli snd steady. State bonds quiet.
hvening - Fregius quiet. Monett easy and
??*.'} a?' 13 00 cal1- Exchange dull but steady
at BXaSJi. Gold opened at 15X, sold up to 16X.
then duwij to 15, and closed at l6al5X- Govern?
ments In eood demand and steady-Wghty-ones
18X; slxty-twoB lox; slxtyflves 16X- State
bonds dull but steady all dav; the market closed
very qnlet Tennessees 74; new 73X- Vir?
ginias 45; nev 50X; conaol oox: oeferred,
16. Louisianas sixes 50; new 45; levee sixes 65;
do. eights 70. Alabama eights 83; fives69. Georgia
sixes 73; sevens 85. North Carolinas RSX; new 20
special tax is. t?ontn Carolinas 64; new 28
?pru and Octooer 25.
LIVERPOOL. August 17.
Noon.-Cotton opmed quiet; uplands 9%d Or?
leans lOKd ; Bales estimated at io,ooo bales.
Later.-Cotton closed dull; sales 8000 bales
speculation and export isoo bales.
Eventos;.-Shipments .of cotton from Bombay
to 16th, since last report, soo bales.
NRW YORK, Aogust 17.
Noon.-Cotton quiet and unchanged; nplands
21%c Sales of future cotton last evening: sep?
tember, 2l%a2lXc; October, I9%c; November
18 13-lCal8%c; December, I8%ai8 lM6c; total
Swains?.-Cotton hus been dnli, with only
slight fluctuations. Sales for the week reached
68,160 bales, or which 60,750 bales were for future
delivery, and 8286 hales on spot, or the spot cot?
ton exporters took about 2662 bales, spinners
5702, and speculators 1200. Cotton closed steady
f ales 818 bates at2i%c for middling uplands and
22sc for Orleans Sales ol conon ruiures to-day
38UU bales, as follows: August, 20%; ?eptember,
20%; October, 19%ai9%; November, 18%; Decem?
ber, 18 ll-18al8%; January, IK%, unaer old form
BOSTON, August 17.
Cotton doll; middlings 22Kc; gross receipts 211
bales; sales 160; stock 75uo.
PHILADELPHIA, August 17.
Cotton quiet; middlings 21 Xe.
BALTIMORE, Angnst 17.
Cotton dull: middlings 2i%c: sales 01 bales
38 last evening; stock 020.
NORFOLK, Angnst 17.
Cotton qnlet; low middling 20c; net receipts
5 bales; exports coastwise 30: su ck 289.
WILMINGTON, Angnst 17.
Cotton Arm; middlings 20Xc; net receipts 2;
exports coastwise 20; stock 247.
SAVANNAH, Augnst 17.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 19%c; net receipts 18
bales; sales 18; stock 1039.
A CG CST A, Angnst 17.
Coron quiet and offering light; middlings nomi?
nal at 19c, low middlings l8%c; sales 21 bales; re?
MEMPHIS, Angust 17.
Cotton quiet; middlings 2l%a2i%c; mt receipts
MOBILE. AUBU tn.
Cotton doll and nominal: low middlings nc mi?
na:; net receipts 4 bales; stock 764
NSW ORLEANS. August 17.
co ton dnll and little doing; low mlddliLgs
I9>?ai9>;c: net receipts 4 bales; gross 33; exports
coastwise 683; sales 41; stock 6211.
GALVESTON*. Angnst 17.
Cotton firm; good ordinary i7ai7%c; net re?
ceipts 267 bales; stock io> 9.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, August 17.
Evening.-Spirits turpentine Sds.
NEW YORK, August 17.
Noon.-Flour steady. Wheat dull and heavy.
Corn dnll. Pork steady; mess $13 76al3 85. Lard
quiet; steam a Ka? l ldc. Turpentine dull at 61c.
Rosin heavy; strained % \ 80a3 65.
Evening.-Floor a shade easier at $7 60a9 80;
common to fair extra southern $9 6?al2 76.
Wheat quiet and steady nc $1 5sal 03; No. 2,
spring In store, latter extreme-$1 coal 65. Corn
qnlet and a shade easier ac 62%a63c; Western
mixed el Ka82Xc Pork firmer and more active
at $13 86al4. Mess beef dull. Lard arm and
quiet at 8%&9%e; new and old Not to prime
steam ?Kc, kettle rendered. Naval stores dnll j
and heavy. Groarles quiet.
CINCINNATI, AngUSt 17.
Flour dull and unchanged ar, $6 76a7 corn
steady at47c. Lard lu fair demand and firm;
summer 8K?8%c; no winter steam offered; kettle
held at 8%a8%c; salable au Xhss. pork arm,
with sales at $14. Bacon in good demand; shoul?
ders 7a7%c: clear rib sides 0a9%c; c esr sides
loaio\c with sales. Whlnkey steady at 89c.
LOUISVILLE, Angnst 17.
Flonr In fair demand; extra family $6 60. corn
nominal and small boniness doing. Provisions
very arm with an advancing tendency. Pork
$13 70al4. BacoB In good demand; shoulders
7 X ai Xe, clear rib sides ioalo%c; clear sides loxa
luxe packed. Lard, tierce 9%a9%c: keg loxa
IOKC; order lota xe higher. Whiskey stcauy
ST. Lons. August 17.
Flour qnlet and unchanged. Corn dnll and un?
changed. Whiskey qnlet at 9lc. Pork exel ed
a> d higher at fi? so spot or September; $11 60 in
October. Bacon has an advancing tendency.
Lard qnlet and unchanged.]
BOSTON, August 14.
COFFEE.-The market for codee remains about
the same. Prices are now comparatively low,
particularly Java, and there ls a very confident
feeling of an advance at an early day. The sa es
include 1000 pocket? Java at I9a22c. and 400a600
bags Kio at l6Xal9c per lb gold. Mocha ls quiet
at 22c gold, and a small lot or mts description has
been snipped to Loudon. In st. Domingo and
other descriptions nothing has been done, and
prices are nominal. By auction 1400 mats Java,
damaged, at 8al0%c per lb currency.
COTTON.-'he market Tor this article has been
very qnlet during the week, but in prices very
little change. The sales have been In smaller Ms
as wanted ny manufacturers, and we quote ordi?
nary at i6Xal7c, good ordinary at 19KH2', low
middlings at 2ia2ixe. and middlings at22a22Xc
per lb Including upland and Gnir. Th; market
doses quetat these prices, with a small stock,
particularly or the better grades.
DOMESTICS - Tne market for cotton goods is
quiet, and prices are gradual y falling off, many
leading styles selling at xe p.-r yard decline from
recent prices. There ls more aclvlty In prints,
some or the leading styles selling at li xe, and a j
j few are still held at 12c. Dress goods are In fair
j demand, and woollens remain without Improve
GUNNY BAOS.-Market ls dull and prices quite
nominal. We quote heavy bags at 15al6c%, cur?
GUNNY CLOTH.-This article Is dull and prices
have eased off. Sales of ieee rolls domestic at 16a
is KC. currency, mostly at the lowest rate.
NAVAL STORES.-'spirits turpentlue has ad
va need, with sales at *3a64c per gallon, and Arm
at these prices. In tar nuttung or soy conse
quence has been done, but market firm, wth
small sales at $4 50 per bbl. Rosin ls armer and
tn demand, and stock of low grade qm e small
We quote commoa strained and No 2 at $4a4 60,
No 2 at $4 60a6, and pale at $5 ?0a6 60 per btd.
Pitch lt qnlet and sales small at previous prices.
BICE.-The market for this article ls arm, tint
the sales have not been to any extent. We quote
Kan goon at 7 Kai KC; Patna at 7%a7%c. ,in j 0<ar
oliua at SXalto per lb. Tho stock of carolina ls
New York Cotton Market.
NEW TORE, August ie.
The Dally Bulletin BITS: There was a fair busi?
ness done in spot cotton during the week ended
last evening, and prices have mai mai ned an un?
usual degree or uniformity from day to day, the
opening quotations having ruled throngriouc the
week. Au improvement in Liverpool placed that
market a shade aoove OB. and gave exportera a
limited margin upon wntch they have operated
very freely, spinners have been led to AU their
wants wi tn rather more freedom, par'ly by ;he
easier rates, but more dire tly lt seems hy the
opinion t har. has gained prevalence th it tie hf-avy
export trade, snould lc continue, will so reduce
tne stock available for home consumption as to
put spinners on short supply before the new crop
comes In with sufficient free.tom to afford much
relief. The position lu Europe, as indicated by
the most reliable advices we have cita no i,
shows a prospective ou net fur v. large ptoportion
of oar Block If prices remain wnere r.oey are ac
present, but any material advance over the cur?
rent Llverpojl quotations would act as a check
upon consomption there. I
Tho southern advices thl* week havo not been
favorab o foi os large a crop an was estimated
previously, owing to well authentic u ed accounts
of the i avages ol the caterpll ar in some sections
of Alabama and Georgia. The prospects, how?
ever, are not snfflcleurry discouraging to give thc
"bolls" much advantage here, nod cveu with a
large r?daction in the stock ptices have not been
advanced from the opening rates of the week.
The fluctuations lu spots and futures during the
week are shown by tne following comparison, the
quotations being based on low middlings:
Deliveries.- Fri. Mon. Wed. Fri.
Aug. 9. Aug. 12. Aug. 14. Aug. 18.
Spots.-J)%c 20Xc aoxc 20Xc
August.20% 20% 20% 20%
september...20% -JO% 20% 20%
October.19% 19% 19% 19%
November..18% 18% \h% 18%
December. ..18X 18X 18% 18%
January.- - 18% 18%
From this it will be seen that while fut urea
were a trifle easier on Monday than at the close
or 1 lit week, tho general tone of the market has
been steady and in sellers' favor on the late
months. This course has bern due mainly to the
crop reports. The business In mtnres has not
ber-n very active on the whole, but there ls more
disposition to operate on the late months, ami,
while the bulk or the trade la -still In September,
the sales of October to January deliveries are In?
New York Naval Storrs Market.
- Nsw YORK, Augnst 17.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 50
ribiB crude turpentine, 6570 do rosin, 597 do spirits
turpentine, 74 do tar. The market for spirits tur?
pentine . pened lower, and some 290 bois sold at
eoe. DUC toward the cloie a Armer feeling was
manifested, and 60Xa6lc generally demanded,
with 60C freely bid. Strained ro-ln is easier, and
one offer was made of a round lot at $3 70. We
quoteat $8 70a3 75. Sales 200 bbls yesterday at
$4, 500 bbls to-day $3 80, 250 bbls No 1 at $4 60 and
600 bbls pales at $6a6 50. 1 ar continues scarce,
and small lots In a jobbing way are held at
$6 ?oae for any brand. Pitch Arm at $4 for city
WILMINGTON, August 17.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales to-day of 315 casks
at 46c per gallon for Southern packages.
ROSIN.-Tue market for strained ls Inactive,
with offerings ac $3 20a3 26, wiihout buyers. No
2 has decllued 10c. Salt s of 1019 bbls at $3 25 for
extra No 2, $3 50 for low No l, $3 76 ror No 1. f4
for extra No 1, $4 60 for low pale, $5 for pale,
and $7 for window giasB.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Market steady at un?
changed flgurea. Receipts and sales of 39S bbl?
at $2 60 for hard, $3 85 for yellow dip and (4 35
TAR - Sales of ll bblB at $4 per bbl. Market I
Interior Cotton Markets.
c.,.. , OBANOBBUHG, Aoaast 16.
"T7.L Sr cotton during thc ween 8 balea. We
lTXc dlnary 18c<low middling 17c, middling
Cotton le quote* atttcT* ?" *" A?gM
Cotton ls selling at 18c UNION, August 16.
New York Rice Market.
The nuil? Hnn?.. Nkw ^ORK, August 17.
wlrh a ??Un !.ayB: Carolina rice ls strong,
is scarce8andf?ii no?celpts. Prime Patna
barefv ?non -M ?nerlne? ?re chi. dy of fair to
suesan%??^ are held at full figures. The
Patna??7Tft8ogBn^Dg00D ??????c. eoobsgs
raina at 7%a8c and 60 caska Carolina at SV,<i9%c.
Receipts per Railroad, August 17.
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAU.
tnrDe^tfn%%Wha,7a2.ba,le8 800?18-26 bbls fP">?
nTfsla???L .?J?* bDl,ana 8*cic8 of
r?al' :""n /,?. wheat, 260 casks clay. To Rall
Pomn ? ^n.?n5Peua,? * S?- bilden 4 Jones. Q
a a? V? S ?olwinlcle, Witte Bros, Mowry
??n PSlh ?r;BBllniaaB Br?a, Q H Walter A
co, John Campsen A co. Cameron. Barkley A co
othe?mme' U Trennolm. Roach A Model *anu
NO KT H 8 ASTERN RAILROAD.
eoV)?ibibl9 ofcrDde ana 101 bbls spirits turpentine,
Si ?.""^ rcare lnm?er. tooaccn, mdse, Ac.
To whtlden A Jones. Kinsman * Howell, Bar?
den & Parker, E Welling, chapeau * co, cnas
Iivibcnrooj, J Pearson, L cohen ft co, Order, and
Pause BSJjfj rs.
Per steamship Manhattan. for New York
JFK Bryan. A Bryan, u c McNmty, 0 Bart, E R
Cowperthwalt, L Ruthroot, W J Fanning, Mra W
Cade, S brown, J Spring, Miss A ts White. Roben
White, A P Miller, U W Johnston, J R Webb w p
Gibbes, Henry Horny, ?ev Dr Reynolds. W Burn?
ham, T L Wltsell, A Palmer, O wi ?am, Mrs c ?
Sherwood, N R Middleton, F J Pelzer. Jr, A Smith,
BFWhllden, A J Oretghton. B Greenlea!, Rev F
M McCay, s A Dockery, Col Ludlow and wife, W J
Gayer and wife, MIBS M Jefferson, Mrs a s Con
nelly and maid, Mrs R Q Plnctney, three children
and nurse, A Ratio, slr Madler, J E Walsh, Ml-is J
Mcsweeney, E Walsh, J B Jewell. A T Smythe, 1
Mansell and w.fe, Mrs J cohn, S J Corne, Miss A
R Emery, 0 Emery, Miss M u Emery, W W Tren
holm, J M selkirk. J s Wells, G H Mercer, Col J n
Gilmore, S Small, Rev J B Seabrook, U A Karri
eon, and four deck.
Per steamship Sea Gnu. for Baltimore-Mi
and Mrs Edw Sams. Mrs F Roth, P ll Caserer au?J
Theresa F nrit.
Per steamMblp Georgia, from New York-Mrs
J E Lewis and child, Geo fiant* r, N Federlin, J E
Mather. H S Long, M A Johnson, H J Kenned]
and wife, E Con weil. P S sheridan, M L Wilkins
Mrs L K Henson, H W Hendricks, Wm Read, Mri
E 0 Branegan, C 0 Allen.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack
Bonville, Fernandina and savannah, ua-Mri
Hopkins, J M si lan n. Rev P L Mc Kev, W H Cine. J
H March. 0 Miller, F A Dittery, u H Mercier. Mri
Treadwell, - Wardlaw, - Greenleaf, 1> Martin
Ulss Fiatcbrt. and six deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah vii
Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Way Landings-J A
Hume, E A Marshall, Miss Goodman. R t Graves
P E Gleason, F w sciiepper, Capt H Harms, E J
Holmes, Wm Harrison, J J Dnpoog, ex R C, anc
Now Moon, 4th, 4 hoars 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, lath, )2 hoars, 83 minnies, mor'ng
Full Moon, 18th 3 horns, 34 minutes, evonlng.
Las: Quarter, 26th, 3 hoars, 16 minutia, evening.
a. a a.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.AUGUST 19,1872
i,ar, ns deg 46 min33 sec. | Lon 79deg67 mut27seo
steamer Dictator. Coxetter, Palatka, via Jack
Bonville, Fernandina and Savannah, ll balei
moss, 8 balea vanilla, io bois sugar, and sundries
To Ravenel A CO, W M Bird A co, W B Williams i
sun. - raser A Dill, Ploctnev Broa, Witte Brea,.
Sschlrmer, S ll ft Foster, CL McClenaban, J (
Bede 1. and others.
steamer Planter. Foster, Peedee River vii
Georgetown. ? C. 331 bbls naval stores, mdse au<
sundries. To Ravenel, Holmes A co, Mowry i
son. Barden A Parker, Whllden A Jones. Kinsmar
ft Howell, shack el to rd .t Kelly, H Klatte A 03, L
Deltz, B Boyd, Bolluiana Bros, Qaackeubash, Ks.
till A co, H Cobla * co, and otners.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-left
last Wednesday. Mdse. To Wagner. Huger A co
A Courtenay, D A Amnv, Adams, Damon A- co,
J E Adger A co, A M Adger, J Apple, E Bates *
co, B tsoyd, r M Bristoll A co, C Bart A co, W ll
Bird A co, H Bischoff A co, FC Borner, c H Behre
C H Brown, T A Beamish, Crane, Boylston A co
L Chap?n, T M Cater, Cameron, Barkley ft co. J A
Caldwell A Son, W H Cbafee A co, T Campbell,.
Campbell A co, Jas Cosgrove, Donglas A Miller, I
Darcy, cavanangh A Walsh, Dowle, Moise A Da
vit, J B Dnval A son, J S Fairly A co, B Foley, I
F Fleming A co, S A BM Fogartle, Forsythe, Mc
U" mb A co, Fa rc n pt ott, Benedict A co, ? uraveley
J Graver A Bro, Holmes A Calder, I H Hail A co
N A Hunt, Hart A cu, TM Hoisev A Bro, Rober
Hunter, G s Hack. r. P s Holmes, J H Hillen, l> t
Jennings, A Hiing, Jeffords A cu, E H Jackson
Johnston, Crews A co, H Klatte A co, Kinsman ?
Howell, Kinsman Bros, Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co
F Kressel, Jr, Knobeloch A Small. Dr E H Keilen
Lauroy, Alexander A co, Paul B Lalane A co, J
Langer, J W Linley, E Lee, K Lawless. J H Lopez
P L?tz, 0 Lllleuihal A co, A K Lewltb. Wm Mar
scher, Wm McKay, P F Murray, Martin A Muod
J G Milner A co, McLoy A Rice, Murphy, Llttl
A co, SR Marshall A co, E W Marsha 1 A cn, C 1
Po- ter, O'Neill A Bro, Nach man A co, L Nenmeyer
D O'Neill A Hons, C L Ostendorf, N M Porter, ]
Paul A co. O F Panknln, ?avenel A co, M Pout
zer, W P Russell A co, O 0 Righter, J R Bead A co
K B Stoddard A co, J Shaw, A O Stone, Steffens
Werner A Docker, L Sherfesee, sell A Fost er, Y
steele, A sachtleoen, W Shepherd A co, H sieg
ling, southern Express co, E H stnrcken, Sar
neon U a A. W A skrlne, J F Taylor A co, P 1
Toale, Wagener A Mcnsees, p Wineman A co, A1
Tyler, M Trlest, s Tnomson, Tledernan, Calder t
cu. Walker, Evans A Cogswell, O F Wleters. Mn
J Weinberg, L Welskopfl, s H wilson A Bro, I
Thomlinson A co, Phoenix Iron Works, and ethers
British bark Georgiana, Munn. Liverpool, -
days. Assorted cargo. To Henry Card and others
[Previously reuorted in the offing.]
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah vii
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings
17 casks rice, 146 empty bbls. mdse, Ac. To Rav
ene!, Holmes A co, U Bischoff A co, C L Mc01?Ba
bau, Barden A Parker. A Von Dohlen, R M Gibba
Roach A Moffatt, JOH Clausaen, H Klatte A co
M Trlest, A M Adger, Tledernan, Calder A co, A c
Stone. Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Chas LKacbgl
Southern Expr?s* co, and others.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
Steamship Sea ault. Dutton, Baltimore_Paul (
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhall, New York
Steamship Sea Gnu. Dutton. Baltimore.
British orig Julia Llngley. Pratt, at John's, N B
Sehr Jonas Smith, Hodgkins>n. New Yo: k.
Sehr Frank A Emily, McCobb, Duxbury, Mass.
Sehr Willie Lace. Talbot. Ballimore.
Sehr M M Pote, Roberts, Boston.
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr Myrover, Brown, at New York, August 15.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr E P Glldersleeve, Shirley, at New York
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NBW YOBE. August 18.
Arrived, steamships Baltic, from Liverpool, and
Rising Star, from Aspln wall.
The sehr E E sumps in, Banker, from Beaufort
S C, for Portland, arrived at Vineyard Haven 13tl
The sehr Ridgewood, Henderson, from George
town, s C, arrived at New York Angost 16.
The sehr N W smith, Tooker, from Port Royal,
S C, arrived at New York Aagast 15.
The sehr W P 0.>x, Newell, from Branswlck, S
0, arrived at Philadelphia 15th Inst.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S C.
Sehr Sophia, Robertson, from Portland, Me, 3c
Sehr S E Woodbury, Woodbury, for Baltimore,
with naval stores, 9th Inst.
sehr S L Davis, Cottrell, for Belfast, Me, with
lumber, 12th inst.
Brig Chas Wesley, Griffin, for Searspoit, Me,
with lumber, 12th last. ,
Sehr Sophia Hanson, Stack, for Baltimore, with
lumber, lath Inst.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, OLEABEO AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Ship Nautilua, Spencer, np.;,,a'yo-1
The Granton, Rowlaud. sailed.JulT ?
Sehr AnnaE Glover, Dayton, cleared.... August 13
Brig W H Parks, Dix, cleared.August io
Scar A E Stevens, Montgomery, cl'd.
Sehr J Randolph, Jones, cleared.....
Behr s L Davis, Bishop, cleared.
; Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, np.
Sehr Jarnet, Tiltou, cleared.
Sehr Oar R Phelps, Snalor, np.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, ap.
Sehr E P QUdersleeve, Shirley, cl'd..
! Sehr Irene E Messervey, Walnut, era.. .August io
SchrMatoaka, Fooks,cleared....August 6
.pOR NEW YOKE,
MSW YORK ASD CHARLESTOS
The splendid Sldewheel Steamship JAMES
ADGER. T. J. Lockwood, Commander, will tall
from Adger's South Wharf on SATUKDAT, the 24th
instant, ar- hair past 9 o'clock A. M.
A^-Tbe JAMES ADGER bas superior accommo?
dations ror passengers, and her tab'e ls supplied
wiih aiiot i he delicacies or the New York and
r Bmiof kadlhg given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Ena
land mannracturlng towna
Vf Marine Insurance by thtB line % per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, annlv to
angloe JAMBS ADGER A t?.. Anna.- '
IJIHE PHDiA^ELPHLl ISON STEAM
_: -> . i
THE FIRST-CLASS IBON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, captain Hinckley, . -
GULF STREAM, 0 np tain Hanter, ?'
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a fir*;,
class sea connection he tween Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com
panles at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and ?
the principal cities of the Northwest, Borton,
Providence and the Eastern MAJI refactoring Cea? '
tres. *. .t. 'J?' * *
ff The-ls appointed -tb" sall
rrom Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 23d Augusti at
10 o'clock A.M.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves. -
W. P. GLYDE A 00., General Agents, No. lt
south Dela ware Avenue, Philadelphia. ;.,-.>
OB NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, AT 10
O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870,
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The splendid New Iron side wheel steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will-sall for
New York on WEDNESDAY, AU J USC 21, at 10
o'clock A. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union wnarvei.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and th?
New England Cities as asnal
Ina nr.i nee by Steamers of this Line >i per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagement*, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., NO. 26 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY,No. 1 Union Wharves.
R LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MALLS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT ? WESTERN
will dispatch one of their first-class, fail power
Iron sc row Steamships from
PLEB No. 4? N. lt., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold. r
Steerage Passage (?rflee No. 29 Broadway) ISO,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A JION,
No. 68 Won street, N. Y. '
N. B.-Through Bille Lading to Liverpool issued
?JJ the Charleston and Now York Steamers, whick
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rato of Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.,
mavo or WM. A. COURTENAY.
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, S. C., AND GARD.
NEB'S BLUFF, PEEDEE RIVER,
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERCTAND
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 MOHT, connecting on me
Freight received at Accommodation wharf
every MONDAY and TUESDAY, and most be pre?
s hip ra e a te to the care o? the Agents will be for
warded free or storage or commissions.
For Freight or Fa-sage, apply to the Captaba
on board, or to
BAVENEL, HOLMES A CO., Agents,
Charleston, s. 0.
B. A. MUNNERLYN A CO., Agents,
aogl9-2_Georgetown. 8. 0.
TO AND FROM SULLIVAN'S ISLAND.
The Mount Pleasant and Sulli?
van's Island Ferry i.'omnanv's.
Steamer will leave as above from Market nnaf
every evening at 7 o'clock commencing THIS
UAY. tne I4ih instant, becoming, will leave
Sullivan's Island at half-past 10 P. M., nntU
Fare for round trip 35 cents. . "
aogl4_E. PRfc-NPERQASS. Agent.
OR F L U it i D A ,
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR.
Captain L. M. Goxetter, will ipft??fc _
Charlot ton every TUESDAY EVENING, at hair pose s
o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONV1LLK, PAUATKA AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning. DICTATOR will lea*v PALATKA
THURSDAY NIGHT, SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORN?
ING, arrivtvlug here same af cernoon.
All Way Freight must be prppald.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
commodatlona, apply to _
RAVENEL A CO., Agent?,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf aud East Bay.
J?ANKING HOUSE OP
HENRY CLEWS & CO
No. 82 WALL STREET, N. Y.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel?
lers, also Commercial Credits lssncd, available
throng hout thc world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Bank or Scotland, Provincial Bank:
or Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transiera or Money on Eu - Jpe, San
Francisco aud the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in ? ither Currency or
Coln, subject to check at ?'gilt, which pasa
through the Clearing uouse as If drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed on dany balances.
Certificates or Deposit issued bearing Interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated. !
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO., J
may23-x No. li Old Broad street, London, J