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TH* BBIT18B BB** ??E8TION.
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The subject of keeping op the supply of meat
in England uft8 become a matter of political as
well as of vital Interest, and the agitations
now going on indicate a growing popular
movement for the demolition of the arlsto
oraUo land system which bas so long prevailed
(here. To give some idea ol the strength ol
sentiment and importance of the movement,
we take the following from the London Post
o? tin. 13th instant :
A second mass meeting of workingmen ot
Birmingham was held on t-aturday evening to
agitate for a reduction in the orice of meat.
Ur. Councillor Whateley, who was called
opon to preside, said that one ot the means to
be adopted to lower the price of meal was to
open the ports for the Importation ot healthy
foreign cattle. Mr. Forster has made a small
concession In this respect. There was no
doubt, that the disease was spreading, in con?
sequence ot which the Germans had laid an
emoargo upon the admission of loreign cattle
into their ports. Many people had resolved to
do without meat altogether, or to abstain from
lt three or four days a week till it was 7$d. a
pound. An alteration ot the land laws wa9
also required, so as to bring Into cultivation
large tracts of land which were now employed
for preserving game and other amusements
of the landed proprietors. There were maBy
clerks and other classes of the community
who had not participated In the rise of wages
to whom the high price of all commodities
was a serious grievance. They most meet
week by week to agitate and send resolution
to their members. If they were united and
determined, he had no doubt they would be
as successful as they were In getting the corn
laws repealed, the ballot, reform and other
Mr. Baffles said that the landowners were
poshing tne working people Into an ugly cor?
ner, but they would soon get fixed themselves
If the people were ou ly true to themselves.
Daring ?"ie last three months lhere were 163,
109 fewer head o? live stock Imported into the
Midlands than during the same three months
of last year-a state of things which waa
brought about bj the cattle plague raised by
the landlords, i be cry ot the foot and mouth
disease meant closing the ports, the monopo?
ly o? the article which they sold, and making
tho people pay ls. ld. and ls. 2d. a pound for
good meat, li the government did not adopt
some means to get the land of the country oat
of the hands of those who used it tor their own
benefit, Instead of for the advantage o? the
greatest number, the people would do lt
themselves. [Applause.] He hoped they
would use Australian meat, because it was
cheap and nourishing, and lt won'd help-them
to fight the battle against the selfish landed
Interests ortho country, lt was very hard
that, to enable those Interests to get more tor
their cattle, hundreds and thousands of the
workmen of the country should be deprived
of their Sunday Joint. It was a double injus?
tice that there was no means ol'raising the
price of manufactures In proportion to the
rise of the necessaries of life. Protection,
which they thought had been banished for?
ever to the Infernal regions, had returned In
Ita worst form.
' He deprecated the cry for closing the ports
vhJch had been raised by the conservatives
and landed Interest, and said that when mixed
cargoes arrived tney ought to destroy the cat?
tle which were diseased and slaughter all the
healthy for Immediate sale. Ii the price ot
meat were lowered the next day they must not
stop their agitation. The snake must not be
merely scotched, but killed, and the protec?
tion must be utterly abandoned. By depriv?
ing the population o? animal diet a race ol
dwarfs would be raised, the moral stamina
wonld be taken out ol the nation, and thous?
ands of the strongest and b*st of the working 11
classes would leave for those countries where I,
they could buy meat at three halfpence a
pound. He asked Birmingham to come to the
front In 1872 the same as they did In 1632, and
never cease harassing their so-oalled liberal
government until they had freely opened the
ports for the unrestricted admission of all the
necessaries of Hie. He concluded by moving
"that, In the opinion of this meeting, t he gov?
ernment should prevent the killing of lambs
and calveB by act of Parliament for two years,
to enable the home stock to Increase aa near
as possible with the Increasing demands ot the
Mr. Beech, of We6t Bromwich, In seconding
the motion, commented upon the hardship of
depriving the people of their greatest enjoy?
ment In sitting down to their leg of mutton or
round of beef, and then graphically depicted '
the slavish, toll ot the rollers, shinglers and I
puddlers ol the Black Country, with ibe sweat i
pouring ofTthem, while ten thousand of them
had rear ived to do without meat killed In thia 1
.country (or a montb. After suggesting a diet
of egg? Hud Australian beef, he called upon
the men ol Birmingham and tbe surrounding
district to speak out with a voice, loud enough
to reach St. Stephen's; then commended th?
thirty botchers of West Bromwich who had *
resolved to close their shops and help th? s
people in their agitation. The cause ot tbe ?
present dear meat lay deeper iban the butcher
or even the deficiency of grazing land, tn . de- 1
maud being beyond the supply, and to meet It 1
they must remove all the restrictions that ^
were laid In the way of admitting foreign cat?
tle. Many landed proprietors were also large
cattle feeders, and If the government com?
bined with them to keep Russian cattle out ol
the country, thousands and millions of the'
people must say they wonld have it no longer;
then meat would be cheaper In a few days.
rObeera.] To give a practical Illustration to
his remarks, the speaker held up what seemed j J
very like a piece of carrion, which he said had j
been bought at a butcher's shop for lOd. a
Mr. Adams supported tbe motion, earnestly
denying the imputation which bad been made*
that those who had got up this agitation were
getting any profit out o? IL He animadverted
_upon- those who held aloof from all publie
movements, and assigned motives to those : ?
who took the responsibility of them, and then i 1
denounced still more vehemently the com bl- i (
ration o? land-owners to put an artificial prie? !
upon commodities in order to enrich their j
own pockets. I
The motion was put, and oarrled unan!- t
Mr. Dalzell rose to propose the second reeo- j
lutlon, saying the; must have free trade In "
land; There were 30,000 men who had almost
the whole of the land of the country. The
ftther and grandfather o? the Duke of Suther?
land evicted some thousands of their tenants
for the purpose of enlarging their own hunt?
ing grounds. They never yet had a Radical fl (
government, bat the Whig and Tory admlnls- ? t
trallon had assisted In the passing of lndosure
acts, by which the people had been robbed ol
nearly 20,000.000 acres o? land. Alter other
remarks of the same tendency, be moved
"that, in the opinion of this meeting, it ls th?
duty of the government to take-up the land
question, to secure to the use-o? the English
people many millions ol acres now in an un?
productive condition, for the purpose of iu
creaslng the home stock, of animal food."
Mr. Bradley seconded me motion, wtlch
was pat and carried by acclamat ion, as was
also the following resolution, moved bv Air. .
O'Malley: "That in tbe opinion ot the meeting 11
it would much facilitate the movement if ?ve- f G
ry constituency throughout the United King?
dom would urge their representatives In Par?
liament to Impress upon the government the
necessity o? taking this work In hand, and ls
further of opinion that Birmingham should
set an example by communicating with our
own borough members at once.'?
ni^!,F/?^dlnS8.cloBed 'Uh the usual com?
pliment to the chairman.
CBOBS IN XABIUif COUNTY.
The Marton Crescent, of the 28th Instant
says : "We regret to give an unfavorable ac'
count of the crops this week. 'Rust' has in?
jured ootton very seriously In all parts of th?
county, except, perhaps, in the southern por?
tion, from which we have no late accounts.
We learn that the damage done by lt to the
crops west of Oreat Peedee, ls very great, nor
are other portions more favored as a general
role, though In them we bear of isolated indi?
viduals here and there who have still an ex
oellent prospect. Young corn has been In
jnred by a corn caterpillar to Borne extent
Old corn ls very good."
COTTON IN EIST FLORIDA.
An east Florida correspondent of the Savan?
nah News writes uoder date ci the 24lh lost:
"Almost every plantation In this section of
the country has more or less cotton caterpil?
lars upon, lt evidently awaiting 'marching or?
ders, mr they seem to be resting for the
.great raid.? We have brought ourselves to
look upon them as we would upon a 'fever
oase, a kind of nurtured consequence that
W? M? 01 Tb* last raid they made
upon us was about I7th August, 1869. A hf.lf
crop was not made-that season ?cent InWv
than now, and had shed less of u8 fruit So
you see the threatening aspect of the caternll
tr makes the prospect of the planar e oom v" ! N
indeed in this section." v mer gloomy ?
il IT Y AFFAIRS.
Meetings This Day.
Niagara Fire Coapany, ats P. M.
National Zouaves, at - P. M.
Auction Sales Tula Day.
Will be sold In front of Mills House Stables,
at 10 o'clock, horses and mules.
The range of the thermometer yesterday
at the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman,
on the south side of Broad street, was as fol?
lows: 8 A. M., 84; 10 A. M., 87; 12 M., 90; 2 P.
M., 92; 4 P. M., 86; 6 P. M., 86; 8 P. M., 84;
THE JOHNSON INQUEST.
The Plea of Ace ldent-?Tbc Murderer s
Lunatic-The Vera let.
The jury empanelled to Investigate the cir
stance8 connected with the murder of John
Johnson at Blkersvllle on Sunday afternoon,
met at ten A. M. yesterday at the coroner's
office. Four witnesses were examined; the
wife of the murdered man, his uncle, John
Washington, Rhina Gall, wife of the murder?
er, and Edward Marshall. The testimony
went to establish the fact that Johnson was
shot in a struggle, resulting from an attempt
on bis part to take a pistol away from Gall.
Gall told John Washington immediately after
the shooting that the pistol had gone off ac?
cidentally. Washington was notan eye-wit?
ness, but heard the report of the pistol while
silting in his house near by. He testified that
Johnson was drunk when the shooting oc?
curred; also that he was in the habit of getting
drunk, and was usually quarrelsome while In
that condition. Rhina Gall testified tbat
Simon Gall was leaning against the chimney
of bis house, when Johnson approached and
put his hand Into the pocket of Gall, wbicb
contained the pistol. She did not see tbe pis?
tol drawn from tbe pocket.
The testimony of the other witnesses was
unimportant. All agreed that Gol! ls subject
tofltsof temporr.ry Insanity. He was sent to
tbe Lunatic Aeylum at Columbia during the
summer ot 1871, but after a short stay escaped
and returned to Charleston. He was harm
leas, unless molested. No previous difficulty
had occurred between the two men; in fact
they were represented as always having been
good friends. The Jury rendered a verdict
to the effect that Gall, while in a flt of tempo?
rary Insanity, bad shot and killed Johnson.
The prisoner was committed to jail tor trial at
the next term of the General Sessions Court.
He will be immediately examined by several
competent physicians In order to ascertain
his mental condition.
Robert McNeill, disorderly; discharged.
Trial Justice Couru.
Adele 8tewart, a colored girl, was sent to
lall a few days ago by Trial Justice Caulfield
Tor committing an assault and battery. Yes?
terday a motion was made for a habeas cor?
pus by Trial Justice Woolf before Trial
Justices Lovett and John G. Mackey. The
habeas corpus was issued, and the girl dis?
charged on a bond of one hundred dollars.
TUE NATIONAL ZOOAVES.-This promising
organization will have a meeting this even?
ing for the purpose of completing the election
of officers. After the election the members
will partake of refresh meats.
PERSONAL.-Mr. John T. Bronson, of the
Barnwell Sentinel, ls on a visit to tbls city la
he Interests of his paper. The Sentinel bas a
arge circulation In Barnwell and the adjoln
ng counties. Ur. Bronson ls staying at the
A TRESTLE-WORK ON FIRE.-A trestle-work
>a the South Carolina Railroad, over a creek
l?verai miles above Branchville, was discov?
ered to be on fire but Tuesday night on the
irrlval of tbe night train from Colombia. Tbe
rain was stopped and the fire extinguished
>elore any material damage had been done to
.he ? rest le-work. The fire waa probably the
.vor k of an Incendiary.
CLUBBED WITH A MUSKET.-Samuel Uyers,
\ colored man, was struck over the bead with
the butt of a musket by another colored man,
named Baker, on South Bay, about eight
o'clock yesterday evening, and severely in?
jured. Two ugly cuts were Inflicted, one
upon the lop ol the bead, and the other across
Lhe forehead, above the eyes. Myers was
taken to Dr. ?. H. Kellers, who dressed bis
svounds and sent him borne.
TBS ADQBR NEW YORE STEAK LINE.-The
luperlor steamship Manhattan, Captain M. C.
iVoodhull, arrived at her wharf In this city,
rom New York, on Tuesday. She had one of
hose crowded cargoes whioh are now reaching
lere from the above port, partly for onr city
rade and tor the supply of the country In
georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Tennessee.
Fhese goods were promptly lor * arded to their
lesllnation in time to be ahead of all com
THE NEW YORK IRON 8TBAM LINK.-Informa
-ion has reached here that the capacious and
?legant steamship Georgia lett New York for
his port at 3.15 P. U. yesterday, having on
?card one of the largest freights ever sent
louth. She brings also a considerable passen
;er Hst of returning Southerners. The steam
bip South Carolina, of the same Une, depart
d from here yesterday with a valuable cargo,
onslsiiogol' 1600 barrels naval stores, 600 bales
olton, and other merchandise.
SUDDEN DEATH.-About seven o'clock, on
'uesday evening, Mr. C. Gerklo, a respectable j
ierman citizen, fell down In a flt at the cor?
er of Vanderhorst and King streets, while on '
ls way home from business. A crowd of j
er8ons collected Immediately, and some of ,
ie more thoughtful endeavored to relieve the <
nfferer by applying such restoratives as were j
t hand. Every effort failed, however, to
rouse him. Lieutenant Heidt, of the Detect?
ive force, happening lo be near, summoned a 1
aseing vehicle and sent bim to his borne, at I
ne corner ol Morris and 8mith streets. Dr. 1
.ockwood WOP sent for, and, on arriving, pro
ounced Mr. Gerkln to be laboring under a
troke of apoplexy. He died about an hour
Uer reaohlng home. The deceased was for a 1
ang time a baker, In Uorrls street, but was 1
aore recently a member of the night police 1
orce under the present city administration.
Lt the Urne of bte death he was employed in a
iakery on Klug street near Caihoun. !
Hotel Arrivals-August ?8.
CHARLESTON HOTEL. (
J. R, Edmondson, Georgia; j. s. Allen, Tal- ?
Jkas; O. U. Sadler, North Carolina; W. J. De?
lville, Orangeburg; S. T. Ponier, Spartan
urg; W. h. Burke, A. Br?ssel, Macon; J. D.
tarden, C. and S. Railroad; W. P. McDaniel, 1
.llanta. 1 1
R. E. UcManas, Augusta; J. P. Gamble, c
ourdi n's: John Floyd, Darlington; W. J. Ball, c
ooper River; J. T. Bronson, Barnwell Senti- t
si; W. B. Worsham, Oakeley; J. L. Turner, a
. E. Railroad; J. B. 8. Kipp, San tee; J. H. ?
-A crazy negro man was seat to tbe City
Hospital yesterday. He was so violent aa to
require two men to hold him.
-There was no meetlog of the Board of
Health yesterday. The city registrar report?
ed the city In an exceedingly healthy con?
-Ex-Mayor Pillsbury has received Invitations
to canvass New Hampslre and Connecticut for
Grant and Wilson, and will leave Charleston
In a few days to enter upon that work.
-Several Northern drummers have been
arrested by the detectives, during the past
week, for Belling goods without licenses. A
strict watch will be kept up for all who, In
the future, persist in violating the law.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND
The Dally Bulletin, of Tuesday, August
27, says :
There has been some business in new pota?
toes, with sweets firm at $5 60a6 for whites.
Vegetables are n t moving very actively, but
quotations remain about as belore. Our quo?
tations for potatoes are In bulk; In shipping
order 50o per barrel must be added. We quote:
Early rose at $2a2 25, and early Goodrlcn and
Jackson whites at $1 76a2. We quote veg?
etables : Green corn 25ca50c. per 100; red
onions, per bbl., I2a2 60; do. Connecticut. $2a
3 60 per 100 strings; cucumbers, Long Island,
25a40c. per 100; squash, marrowfat, per bbl.,
Heall: new turnips, $1 75al 60 per bbl.; cab
bagea $8al0 per 100: beets, Jersey, $1 60; tom?
atoes, Long Island, 16a30c per basket; egg
plant $1 50 per dozen ; Lima teans $1 per
The offerings of peaches are liberal, with
some fresh lots coming in in good condition,
and a fair business dolmr. We quote: New
apples 50ca$l 50 per bbl. Watermelons $12a25
per 100 lor Carolina, and $4al4 per 100 for Vir?
ginia, Delaware and Jersey. Nutmeg melons
50a75c per bbl. Pears, common $la2; do. Bell
$3; do. Barnetts, per crate $la2. Peaches
Delaware 75ca$l 25 per crate; 40a60c lor
baskets, and Jersey 30a60c per basket. Plums
$3a5 per bbl for all kinds. Grapes 4al2c per lb.
THE 80LIC1TOR8HIP OF THE FIRST
TO THE EDITOR OP THE NEWS.
In the card of C. C. Bowen, published In
your morning's Issue, I rind the following :
"They (meaning Bowen's delegation) Invited
the Orangeburg delegation to meei tbem at
the Statehouse, and unanimously nominated
L. C. Northrop ior the solicitor for the circuit."
If Mr. Bowen means to say that the Orangeburg
delegation met with bis delegation, or partici?
pated with or took any part whatever in nomi?
nating Mr. Northrop, he asserts what he ought
to know ls not true, as they did not do any
such thing. The community well knows that
thlB judicial circuit is composed of the coun?
ties of Orangeburg and Charleston. In the
convention Orangeburg had Uve delegates, and
this county eighteen. The County of Orange
burg sent three sets of delegates to Columbia,
one for Sute, one for Congressional, and the
other for Circuit Convention. There were no
contestants irom Orangeburg; the party ls
united in that county, so they had the right to
determine with which of the two delegations
from Charleston County they would meet, tbe
same as Barnwell and Colleton counties de?
cided which ot the two delegations they would
meet with from Beaufort and Charleston coun?
ties in the Congressional Convention. The
delegation beaded by Colonel Mackey, from
this county, was admitted luto the State and
Solicitors' Convention, and Mr. Bowen's dele?
gation In the Congressional Convention. Mr.
Northrop, and all others who run against me
for solicitor, as Republicans, are simply inde?
pendent candidai< occupying the same posi?
tion that a Republican would If he should an?
nounce himself as a candidate tor Congress
against Mr. Ransler, who received the regular
nomination; however, I do not wish to be
elected by default, and, therelore, hope Mr.
Northrop, Mr. J. G. Mackey, and as many
others as caa afford to be defeated, will remain
CHAULES W. BUTTZ.
AUCTION OF HOBBES.-Two horses and a
mule will be sold at auction before the Mills
House stables at ten o'clock this morning, to
pay charges. See advertisement.
ENVELOPES-A large stock ot Envelopes al .
ways on hand at TBE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
JOST RECEIVED at Furchgott, Benedict 4
Co., No. 244 King street, 25 pieces Black
Alpaca only 60 cents, worth G5 cents; 2
pieces Black Silk only $1 75, worth $2 50; 2
pieces Black Silk only $2 25, wot th $3. aug20
PREVIOUS to removal to our new store, No.
276 King street, we will offer great bargains
in ail ol our goods. Just received, a Une as?
sortment of White Linens, and a line assort?
ment of Bleached Longcloths-all the favorite
brands at favorite figur?e. The best selection
in Calicoes. Elegant stock of Dress Goods.
Ladles' and Gents' Underwear. Broadcloth in
all Its branches, Towels, Damasks, Napkins,
4c. Lace Shawls, Parasols, Gloves, Ribbons,
Corsets. Hosiery, the cheapest and best In
marker, at FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT 4 Co., No.
244 King street, augl5
DRUGGISTS' LABELS AND WRAPPERS taste?
fully printed, with appropriate cuts, at New
York prices, at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
PICNIC AND EXCURSION PARTIES will cousul
thelr Interests by calling at THE NEWS JOB
OFFICE, when printed tickets or posters ore
CHROMOS.-TO close out the balance ol our
stock, will sell framed Chromos irom 40c. to
ll each. Hasel street Bazaar.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act of the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE lo each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon the label on
?ach bottle or package. TUE NEWS Job Office
s prepared to print to order all such labelp,
aeing provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes. Roccking-Horses, Carts, Wheel
marrows, ic, just received at Von Sauten's,
sTo. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
COTTON FACTORS in need of Market Reports
ind Account Sales will do well to call at THE
JEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
LAWYERS can have their Oriels printed in
my style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
>ur customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
ITREET BAZAAR. apr27-etuth
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
heir Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, 4c, i
>rlnted neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav
ig orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE. !
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT_We have Just re- 1
selved one thousand boxes, each containing
?ne quire ol fine Note Paper and Envelopes
o match, (without initial,) also Penholder
md Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel i
Itreet Bazaar and East Bay News Uoom. '
$m* Tim^R?L^rw^AFD FRIENDS
of N. M. Porter and or his family are rea peet'ni ly m
vited to attend the Fanerai services or his daagh
ter, ANNIE M., at the Unitarian Church, Archdale
street, THIS AFTERNOON, at half-past 5 o'clock,
NEW YORE-Per steamship South Oarollna-480
bales upland cotton, 126 tierces rice, 78 bales
domestics and goods. 1506 bois naval stores, 62
casks clay, 07 bnndlea parer, ss pkgs sundries.
Per sehr Hy ne-i20,49S feat lamber.
rn? Charleston Cotton, Rles and flava
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, \
WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 28, 1872 J
COTTON.-The market for this article, with less
fav ' -able dispatches, displayed a dall and heavy
character, with sales of about loo bales, say l at
16,13 at 18, s at les, l at 17, 1 at 17y" 23 at 18,60
at 19, 8 at 19Xc. Low middling grades, good
tyle. selling at i9c f? lb.
RICE.-The business in this grain was light;
sales 13 tierces of clean Carolina, say 7 at 613-16,
6 at 7>ic ft lb. We quote common to fair at 7(j
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts were 42 bbis of |
spirits turpentine, 450 bbls rosin and 10 bbls j
crude turpentine. There was some demand for
common grade rosins, bat the stock was light
and held firmly. There were no transactions re
ported in fine grade u in the past two days some
400 bblB spirt's turpentine were disposed o at 43c j
fi ga!IOD. Crude turpentine may bo quoted at
$3 40. for virgin, (3 for yellow dip, subject to in?
spection, and $180 for hard.
F as io HTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, mu h
salon uplands, nominal on Bea islands; via Net?
fork, sd on uplands, Xd on aealslauds; by sall,
nominal on aplauda, -on ana munda nominal.
I TO Havre - on np] and B". Coastwiso- i o New > ont
by iteatu fi on uplands and - on sea islands;
$1 60 ft tierce on rice; soc fi bbl on rosin;
by sall Xe fl lb ou coaou; - fl tierce
'aa rice; 60c fl barrel on rosin; $8 fl M
lnmoer; $10 fi ll on Umber. To Boston, by san
ic * ft on apland cotton; rosin 65c; reaawed
stuff $10310 60; phosphate $5@? 60. To Provi?
dence, by salt 110 fi lion boards,Xe fi to oo
cotton; by steam $1 fi balo on Kow Tork rates.
TO P hila te! phi a, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by sall, $89 ll on boards; $0 6o@to on timbor; tu
per ton en clay, aud $3a$a 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam Kc ft ft by sall, $6 6o@7
IC on boards; $s@8 60 on timber; $8 26
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels aro in do
maud by oar merchants to take lumber freights
'rom Georgetown, 8. 0-, Danen ann ss.nlia River,
la, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
md Sloan fi M are the ratea on lamber and
Exen ANUS,-sterling 60 day bill? '?1X@2I y"
DOMESTIC B?CHANOS.-The banna pur.hase
sight checks on New Tork at par @ X premium,
and sell at Si@X premmlnm. Outside thoy par?
chase at 1-16&X p renal cm, and sell at 8-16&x
Markst? by Telegraph.
LONDON, AngUSt 28.
Noon.-Consols 02\. Ene advanced X; quoted
FRANKFORT, August 28.
Noon.-Bonds 96 v.
PARIS, August '.8.
Noon.-Rentes 65f 62c
NEW YORK, August as.
Noon.-Freights dall. Stocks steady. Gold
flrm at 12X- Honey firm at 4. Exchange- loog
8X; ehort v%. Governments an-4 state bouda
Evening.-Honey easy st4a6. sterling dui at
! SJi. Gold I3.sal3\'. Governments steady and
prices a fraction better, si ates very dull; new
Sooth Carolinas lower. Freiguts a shade
LIVERPOOL, August 28.
I Noon.-Cotton opened flrm; uplands oxaiod,
Later.-Cotton Arm; saes ii,ooo bales: sp?cu?
lation and export 3000.
Evening.-UUttoa uwana unchanged.
NEW YORK. August 28.
Noon.-Ootton lower; sales 741 bales; uplands
2I\C, Orleans 23XC
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 1048 bales; n9
lands 2-.}?c; Orleans 22X. Sales of cotton futures
to day 26.160 bales, as follows : Aoguat 20a20Xc;
september loo l6aie 1616; October 18X*10; Nov
nemoer iss'aiSK ; December 18 6 leatsx; January
18 7-16al8 0 ie; February lsxais n-ie.
BOSTON. August 28.
Cotton quiet and strong; middlings 22sc; groaa
receipts 42 bales; sales l6u; steck 8000.
PHILADELPHIA, August 28.
Cotton quiet; middlings v2c.
BALTIMORE, August 28.
Cotton quiet; middlings 21 j.'c; gross receipts
202 bales; exports coastwise 60; tales 60 bales;
NORFOLK, August 28.
Ootton quiet ; low middlings 20c; exports coast?
wise 112 bales; sto^k 264.
WILMINGTON, August 28.
Ootton quiet; middlings 20Xc; sales 4 bales:
SAVANNAH, August 28.
Cotton better; holders more wining to sell;
middlings 10c; receipts 208 bales; export? coast?
wise 140; sales 120; stock 618.
AUGUSTA, AUgUSt 28.
Cotton nominal; middlings laxaioo; net're?
ceipts 10 bales; salea 82.
MEM ?'o?s, Align?t 28.
Ootton quiet and drm; middlings 2ixa2lXc;
net receipts 20 bales; expoits coastwise 122;
... LOUISVILLE, August 28.
Cotton quiet; middlings nc.
MOBILE, August 28
^Cotton nominal; net receipts 4 bales; stock
* NEW ORLEANS, Angwin 28.
cotton drm; middlings 20xa20Xc; net receipts
168 balea; gro:s 168; sales 26a; stock 6946.
" GALVESTON, A nguBt 28.
Cotton strong; good ordinary l7al7Xc; net re?
ceipts 679; sales 163; stock 41,862.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, August 28.
Noon.-Oamberland cat 33s. Bread-tuna flrm.
_ NEW YORK, August 28.
Noon.-Flour quiet and flrm. Wheat flrm.
Corn steady. Pork $Mai4 10. Lard quiet; a earn
8X?0Xc. Turpentine quiet at 51c. Rosin flrm at
$3 95a4 for ?trained.
Evening.-Flour a shade firmer and more doing;
common to fair extra $7 I0a7 36; good to cholcu
$0 40all75. Whiskey quiet at 03o. Wheat, sprlug
2a3u higher; winter quleaud flrm; uew amber
Tennessee tl 70.- u> ni s shade easier and mode?
rately active. Rice dull at 8Xa9Xc. Pork s eady.
Beef quiet. Lard unchanged. Naval stores
BALTIMORE, August 28.
Flour steady and fairly active. Wheat Armer
and prices unchanged. Corn dull and Lomtnal.
oata flrm. Southern 40a42c. Rye quiet. Provis?
ions quiet and unchanged. Whiskey steady at
WILMINGTON, AOgUBl 29.
Spirits turpentine dull at 4l>ic Rosin fl'm at
$3 oo for siralned; $3 76 for low Nol; $4 for
No l; $6 Tor exira pale; $4 76 for low pale; ts 60
jor pale. Crude turpentine steady at $2 6o for
steady a3t8$V?r ye"ow dlp; ** 36 ,or vlrg *. Tar
_ . LOUISVILLE, August 28.
Tobacco flrm and unchanged; sates 140 hails.
Hour in fair demand and steady; extra family
SS? 26- corn 66*680. Provisions easier. Pork
neid at $14. Bacon In fair demand; bhouiuera
8c; clear rio sides loralie; clear sides llalixo,
picked. Lard-tlerco 9Xn?Xc; keg loxaioxc;
order lots xe higher. Wiilakey flrm at ooo.
_, ST. LOUH, August 28.
Flour qniet and weak. Corn unchanged: so. 2
mixed 36c, Whiskey doll at 89a00c. F?rk qnlet
and steady ; ?rder lota $14 75ai5. Bac .n Armer
and better for clear sides, Jobbing and order iota
nSSSO? 8a8>?c: clear nb aides ile; clear sides
analise. Lard aachanged.
rn*., i CINCINNATI, Aaguar, 28.
JT?"r"Btf ad? at 16 75a7. corn steady at 46a46c.
.nf.?llja lili;!76114- Urd tn fair demand
oobo, dJr3 flrnier; Ke"le- 8%c feely bid, and ?
Xaw^M?SS?P,naMy 8?c; 8nnjnier salable
r????SW at.8X- BftCOn ,u falr demand, with a
?o?aif whiJ??6.8*1?8.5 '*?! ?Wes i
at ooo WnUkeT in ?lr demand and higher
New York Haval Stores St?rket.
Thu nan? D".I?.. NBW VORK, August 27.
bb.f?o?S y?t,n "J*8 : Recel ptH ?d*?7U78
UM n i ifi? orude ?^entine, 48 do pitch.
1481 spirits turpentine. 160 do tar. The generil
?ar^,r"Uled(Very 2& wllh conslde ani1
LJ??F?iamy n Drlce8- Sp nts turpentine has
been more plenty and easier, with a moderate
done. saieB 0f uo bbl. merchantable a?
fn?V?.c- an>1 131 DbIa d0 at 62c- closing at the
?^"6.*/ Strained roam has been hedd high
nVh5?-?2nMrely ??"??iL We quote $3 80a3 ?5.
otner grades unchanged. Tar more plenty and
sasler. Sales of 36 MKS Washington at $4 75
Dlty pitch steady at $4.
New York Rice Market.
T? .. ? NBW Yobk- August 27.
The Dally Bulletin says: The market la fairly
ictlve and steady, we Dote sales or 260 baga Ran
?oon at 7a7sc, 75 baga Patna at 7Xa8)?c, iso bags
}?J ln.,Dond' at *4 l6a* 26- 86 tierces Carohna at
WILMINGTON, August 27.
SPOUTS T?BPBNTIKB.-Sole- oreo casks ' F. o
B.? at 4A??fi, and 320 at 44>io per gallon for Booth?
era packages. - -
ROSIN.'-sales or 3132 bbls at $3 26 for strained
14.25 lor low pale, $6a6 60 for pale, $6 76 for extra
pale and $020 for window glass.
CRUDS TURPENTINE.-Receipts and sales or 660
bbls at $2 60 for hard, $3 86 ror yellow dip and
$4 36 for virgin.
TAR -Sales of 103 bbls at $416 per bbl.
Receipts ny Railroad, August 88.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
. 26 bales cotton, loo bales goods, 374 bbls rosin,
loo bbls spirits turpentine, I60 sacks Grain, and
fi cars stock. To Railroad Agent, Pelzer. Rodgers
A co. Barden A Parker, Murdaugh A Weekly A
S smith, Mowry A Son, Chapeau A co, E H Frost
A co. ti H Walter A co, G w williams A co, Craw?
ley A Dehon. Kinsman A Uowell. L E Connor A
Son. H Bischoff A co, w B smith A co, W Gurcey
J N Robson, J W Luden, Henry Gerdts A co J (j H
Claussen, and others.
NORTHEASTS RN RAILROAD.
6 balea cotton, 10 bbls crude and 140 bbls snlr
ts of turpentine, 264 bbls rosin, cars lamber,
live stock, mdse, Ac To Whllden A Joues ?
Lelbenrood, Kinsman A Howell, Barden A Park?
erw H Chafee A co. Pelter. Rodgers leo QW
Williams A co, 0 Voigt, Tledernan, oaldrr A co E
H Frost A co, Railroad Agent, Order, and others.
Per steamship South Carolina, ror New York
Pror S A Lee, Miss Hodges, Mrs IA Smltb, Mrs C
Parker, W L Stark, V Richards, w Lawton. Mrs
o Holmes, two Master nolmes, T W Murray five
students from Rev Mr Porter's Parochial Scnool,
and two sieeruge.
New Moon, 4 .ii, 4 hours 26 minutes, morning.
First Quarter. 12th. 12 hours, 33 minutes, mor'ng.
Pull Moon, nt h. 3 horns, 31 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 26th, 3 hours, ie minutes, evening.
R. A rt.
CHARLESTON, B. C.AUGUST 29, 1872.
..at38.leg4? min38sec. | Lon 73.\e?? s: nun " c.
Merchants' Line sobr Lilly, Hughes, New York,
- days. Mdse To Roach A Moffatt, J E Adger
A co, G W Aim ar, H Bise not! A CO, E T Brown, E
Bates A 00. Dr ? Baer, H Bulwlokie, T Campbell,
Buloken A Wohltmann, Bellmans Bros, cameron,
Barkley A co. Crane, Boy ls ton A co, 0 Graveley,
Dowls. Moise A Davis, Douglafs A Miller, John S
Fairly A co, J A EnsloW A co, D F Fleming A 00.
E U Gardner, J Graver A Bro. H Gerdts A co. J H
lliliea, Uart A co, J w Harrisson. J Hurkamp A
co, H Kia'te A co. G W King, P B Lalsne A co, S
R Marshall A co, E W Marshall A co, A Nlmliz A
co. Martin A Mood. C S Norton. D Paul A co. S C
Railroad co, S A C Railroad co, Quack en bush, Es?
tin A co, w Shepherd A ct. F w stanland. Wm L
Webb. Steffens. Werner A Ducker, u U Silcox, W
B Mntth A co. J Z Stocker, Tledernan, Calder A co.
O F Wieters, Wagener A Monsees. J Wiley. Geo W
williams A co. S Yeadon, D A Walker, G J Lunn,
ll Slegllng, Leak A williams, Knobe'och A Small,
Klug land A Heath, B A M, A. and others.
Sehr Mary Collins, Collina, Boston, bl days. Ice.
To A Gage A co.
Sc'ir Cobb, Harris. Elizabeth City, N 0. 1417
bushels O TU. To J A Enslow A 00.
>loop Julia Dean, Harris. Combahee. 760 bush?
els rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
-Wagner, Huger A co, W A Courtenay.
." cur Hyne. Banb, New York-Cohen A Weils.
Sehr A E Stevens, Montgomery, Jacksonville
Cuhen Jc Wells.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York.
PROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Uaynle, at Baltimore, 27th
Aua us t.
British bark Fille de 1'Alr, Jones, at Liverpool,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Carrie A Betitley, FaUenberg, at New
York, August 28.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, from New Vork,
S:tp Nautilus. Sptncer, from Liverpool, 23d of
Behr J H Stickney, Collinson, from Baltimore,
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, sailed.August 23
The Granton, Rowland, sailed.Joly 26
The Cormorant, Hansen, sailed.August 12
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.Joly 31
Brig M E Pennell, Plummer, cleared_August 22
Sehr Anna E Glover, Day too, cleared.... August 13
Steamer Merced ita, -,up.angust 23
Steamship Georgia, Holmos, Balled.August 28'
Brig W H Parka, Dix, c. ea red.August 10
Sehr J Randolph, Jones, cleared.August 9
Sehr S L Davis, Bishop, cleared.August 1
Sehr Jarnet, Tilton, cleared.August 6
Sehr Guy R Pm Ipa, Snorter, cleared.... August 22
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, up.August 18
sehr E P Gildersleeve. Shirley, cl'd.August 16
SehrO Lawrence, Robinson,up.Angustio
Sehr O A Bentley, Falkeoburg, cleat'J.. Augu-t 26
Sehr Irene E Mesaervey, Walnut, cl'd...August 10
SchrMatoaka, Fooks, cleared.August 6
S.Iir J H stickney, Collinson, sailed.\uguBt 27
j?ANKING HOUSE OF
HENRY CLEWS & C O
No. 32 WALL STREET, N. V.
Circular Notes and Letters of Credit for Travel
lere, also Commercial Credits issued, available
throughout the world.
Bills of Exchange on the Imperial Bank of Lon?
don, National Baak of Scotland, Provincial Bank
or Ireland, and all their branches.
Telegraphic Transfers or Money on Europe, San
Francisco and the West Indies.
Deposit Accounts received in . it her Currency or
Coln, subject to check at sight, which pass
through the Clearing House as ir drawn upon any
city bank. Interest allowed ou dally balances.
Certificates of Deposit issued bearing interest at
current rate. Notes and Drafts collected.
State, City and Railroad Loans negotiated.
CLEWS, HABICHT A CO.,
may23-x No. ll Old Broad street, London.
gOWLES BROTHERS 4 CO.,
LONDON, PARIS AND BOSTON,
Na 19 WILLIAM STREET,
CIRCULAR CREDITS for Travellers, available
throughout the world. Bills o? Exchange and
Telegraphic t ransfers on any part or Europe In
Bums io SOIL maygs-T
JAY COOKE, MCCULLOCH 4 CO.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE 4 CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET.
THREE MONTHS AFTER DATE APPLI?
CATION wUl be made to the Bank of Charles?
ton for a renewal of Oertlaoate No. 4708 for one
Share, standing In the name or "St. Paul's Ohurch,
Radcliffeboro' Permanent Fund," the original
uetng lost or muilald. july6-lamo8
_ ?ratio fljri?e Pistribnt on.
DAT OP THE ORA WING FIXED.
NO POSTPONEMENT FROM SEP?
TO TUE PUBLIC:
The Trastees of the Public Library of Ren
tacky, belog satisfied from the large sale ol
tickets already made, and the dally Increasing
demaud for them, that there will heno occasion
for postponing the Second Drawing ta trie ant
Concert la old or the Public Library of Kentucky,
have instructed me, as their Agent and Manager
or the Girt Concert, to say to tho public and
ticket holders that the Drawing will positively
take place on September 28th, prox., and winnot
be postponed. An active demand for tickets
comes from every State and Territory of the
Dnlted States, and from the canadas, giving as?
surance to the Trustee!) that no circumstances can
prevent a Drawing at the appointed time.
A sufficient clerical force ls engaged to keep up
with the orders for tickets, and, in order that this
e trico may be relieved of the Immense pressure In*
oldent to the business for the week or two im.
mediately preceding the Drawing, agents espe?
cially, and those desirous . f procuring tickets,
are reqiested to send tn their orders Immediately,
as sales will have to be closed ID time to make the
necessary prepara'ions for the Drawing. It ts
the wish of the management to n i every order
for a ticket, ss well as to s?ll all the tickets, but
those who apply first must first bs supplied; and
if those who put off bay tag until sales are closed
have their money returned, instead of the tickets
ordered, as la the First Gift concert, in December
last, when thousands of dolla'a ttut came too
late were sent back, they will have none to blame
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library, Kentucky.
LouhvUle, Ky., August 19, 1872.
FOR THE COMING MUSICAL SEASON
THE STANDARD. By L O Emerson, of Bos?
ton, and H. R. Palmer, of Chicago. Price $l 60;
$13 60 per dcz.n.
First edition exhausted. Next edition already
sold. This church Mu lc Book the Joint product
of the best talent of the East and West, will be
used Immediately, both West and East. Good
for Chorus o; asses, (loud fur Quartette Choirs
Good for Conventions. Good fir societies and
Singing Schools. Send at least for specimen
copy, which will be malled for the present, post?
paid, at |l 25.
(Note. Just published, Strauss's New MAN?
HATTAN WALTZ, first playod, with great suc?
cess, lu New York. Price SI.)
THE HOUR OF SINGING. By Emerson aud
Tilden. Price $1.
Good, practical, Interesting High School ting
lng Book. Already highly approved and widely
need. Excellent also for Seminaries.
SPARKLING RUBIES. Sabbath Sohool Song
Book. Price 36 cents. None who try lt can help
PILGRIM'S BARP. For Social Meetings. 60
cents. Very convenient tdze. Moderate price.
260 tunes. We i selected music.
GOLDEN ROBBIN. For Com nv-n Schools. 60
cents. An established favorite, which has a
Music and Music Books malled, post-free, on re?
ceipt of retail prie.
OLIVER DITS ON A CO., Boston.
CUAS. H. DiTsoN A CO., New York.
tSrna*, <? titrated*. &i
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL >
Approved by lite Imperial Academy
of Medicine of Purls
?K HODEL itfnht
0 LOZENGES Vj W
lt is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belices Charcoal owes ils
great efficacy, lt is specially recommended
for the following alfections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. - Belloc'a Charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In Hie majority or
cases, its bene (ic i ?il effects are fell after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
ol'powder and box of lozenges.
Dep.il in Fir s, L. FKERK, 19, rue Jacob
VAgent? In Charleston: DOW1E, MOISE A i
DAVIS, Wnolevale Druggists.
T\R. BAE?'? IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of th?se Pdla coofldet.tly be
lleves that he has aaec eded, by a skilful combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, In producing a pre?
ps'ation that wUl bring health and happlne-a io
the unfortunate sufferer. lu the following dis?
eases 'hey have been used by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders aud
Liver complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neura gla.
Dropsy, Lhsentery, Pile', Diseases of the Skin,
Pain tn the Side, Bacs and Limbs, Mck Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect s a ret y hy
persons or any age or sex. No family should be
Price 26 cents a box; 6 boxes for one dollar.
The usual tl IF cou nt to the trade.
For sale by DR. H. BARR,
au?9 No. 131 Meeting street.
-pITY THE TENDER BABE !
Olve lt nut the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of this
name has launched thousands or help e-s Inno?
cents imo an early grave This has been proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow or a doubt,
for which reason it la condemned by the majority
Seeing the necessity for an article of this sort,
entirely free from opians, and other injurious
drugs, Dr. Baer has putup the
GERMAN SOOTHING GORDIAL
for the use of Infants Teething, and for children
suffering from diarrhoea dysentery, Ac. This
may be given with perfect confidence, and ls ap?
proved by every physician who has examined the
formula. Price 26 cents per bottle; five bottles
Usual Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for sale by
DR. H. BA BR,
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
jjlDK N B W ? OKS.
M WEDNESDAY, SEP TE ?BER 4, -AT 7
O'CLOCK P. M.
KW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 187?.
STATE-BOOHS ALL ON DECK.
The splendid New Iron sidewheel Steamship
! BORGIA. Holmes, Commander, will sall for
tfew York on WEDNESDAY, September 4, at 7
i'ciock P. M.. from Pier No. % union Wharves.
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and toa
Jew England cities aa usnaL _
Insurance b? Steamers of this Une )? per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
?erv One Decs Stateroom accommodations, apply
O WAGNER, HUGER k CO., NO. 28 BTOB4 Street,
ir to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union Wharves.
BOSTON AND CHAKLESTON STEAM?
The steamship ME ROE DITA, Captain Harsh
nan, ls now receiving Freight at Boston, and, wai
>ail for this pore on S ATURD AY, the 31st of August,
uns affording shippers direct conveyance for
3ofd8. - * '
The MB Rc KD ITA will leave Charleston for Bos?
on on SATURDAY, the 7th of september, and will
;ake Freight at reasonable rates.
For Freight engagements, apply to.
JAMES ADGER& GO., -.
aug2i _ _ Agenta.'
OB NEW YO BK..
? KW YORK AMD CUARLKSTOI
The superior flrst-c'oss Sldewheel Steamship
MANU AT TAN. M. S. Woodhull. Commander, will
?all from Adger'a Sooth Wharf on SATURDAY,
the 8tst of August, at half-past 4 o'clock P. M. r
aa- The WAN U A I TAN IS nandsomely and com?
fortably titted up for passengers, and offers supe?
rior lnuncements for travel era going Nonn. 1
49- Marine Insurance by this line % per cent.
Mf Through Billa of Lading given on ootton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng-.
land manufacturing towns. . . -;sw;- '.
?-First-class passage $20, wWeb. Includes
state-rooms and meals.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
ang26 8 JAMES A DOER A 00., Agents.
THE PHILADELPHIA IBON STEAM
THE FIRST-GLASS IRON SOREW STEAMSHIPS
GOLF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
are now regularly on the Line, insuring a flrsv
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and m alliance with Railroad Oom*
paules at both termini, afford rapid transport?t!on
to and from all pointa tn the Ootton States, and
to and from einem nat;, sr. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest, Boston.
Providence and tho Eastern Manufacturing Ceo*
sar The GULF STREAM ts appointed to san
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 30th August,
at 4 o'clock P. M.
ea-The-win roiiow. i
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
tn WM. A COURTENAY, Union Wharves,
W. P. CLYDE A 00., General Agents, ?0. ll
sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
p 0 K BAL TI MO BE,
FREIGUTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, "
THE CITIES OP THE NOBTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sail for Baltimore, on THURS
DAY, 29th August, at - o'clock P. M.
49- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tloual insnrance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
aug28-2 No. 2 Union Wharves.
QHANGE OF SAILING DAYS,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINK TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. .
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42 North River, foot of Canal ? treat. ?
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the lota, ?Mi
and 30th of every month, except when these dates
rall on sunday, then the Sarurday preceding.
All dep.?nurea connect at Panama with Steam?
ers for south Paclflc aud ceitral American ports.
For Japan and china, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco flrat of every month, except when it falla on
Sunday-then on the day preceding. .
No California steamera tou-.h at Havana, but
io direct from New York to Aaplnwau.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each ado.lt.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or ot her information, apply
lt the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, On tDO
ivharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
fork. F. H. BABY, Agent.
GABDNEK'S BLUFF, S. C.,
IND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS OITPEE
The tine new steamer HELIAKOE,
JaptauiG. H. Hopkins, will receivefc__r>__
height at Atlantic Wharf on THUHSDAY. FRIDAY
md SATURDAY next for fe ntiove points, and
eave as above on SATURDAY NIGHT.
For engagements, apply to
isHAl KELFORD A KELLY, Agints,
aug28 4 _southern Wharf.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
aptatn L. M. Coxetter, will leave^.^^_
harle-ton every TUESDAY EVENINO, at hall-past i
'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK
ONVILLB. PAtiATKa AND ALL LANDINGS
IN ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning. DICTATOR Will leave PALATE A
nUKSDAY NIGHT. SAVANNAH SATURDAY MORU
so. arrivivlng here same afternoon.
All Way Freight most be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ao
ommodatlons, apply to
RAVENBL k CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf aod East Bay.
A^CADEMY OF O?B LADY OF MEBOY,
MBBTINO STREET, SOUTH OF TRADD.
The Scholastic Year of this Institution wm com?
ience HON DAY, September 2d, terminating July
1 en8Qtng. .4
Prompt attendance ts requested, that the
lasses may be formed without delay.
All information relative to Boarding or Day Pu?
lls can be obtained at the Academy, or at th?
onvent, Queen street. aog2rwntii*8mtu3