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THE LE?:- GRAHAM CASE.
Convenient Ignorance of an Inferior
Judge Lee'e return to the mle made by
Judge Ggaham a lew dayB ago, restraining
him from Issuing an order of commitment in
tbe McLaughlin case until be should show
cause why a writ of prohibition should not be
Issued, waa made at 10 A. M. yesterday by
Solicitor Whipper. The return sets forth that
Judge Lee Is judge of the Criminal Court,
over which Judge Graham has no Jurisdiction,
and therefore denies the right ot the latter to
interfere in the case. The return was over?
ruled and the writ of prohibition issued,
whereupon Solicitor Whipper gave notice of
his intention to appeal to the Supreme Court.
Judge Graham then announced to the so?
licitor that Judge Lee had rendered himself
liable to attachment for contempt of court,
but as Chief Justice Moses had given an
opinion that Judge Lee's action was attribu?
table to Ignorance, he was willing to over?
look the offence upon that ground.
In the case of Sheriff Mackey, who was like?
wise to have answered to a similar mle, Solici?
tor Whipper, at the suggestion of Mr. G. W.
Dingle, deputy sheriff, Informed the judge that
the sheriff was absent from the city, and
asked that further indulgence be granttxi until
Monday next. The Indulgence was granted,
but Judge Graham declared bis intention to
attach Mackey for contempt of court.
Notwithstanding the decision of Chief Jus?
tice Moses as to the illegality of Judge Lee's
proceeding? Io the McLaughlin case, and
Judge Graham's writ of prohibition, Judge
Lee issued another order on Wednesday after?
noon requiring McLaughlin to produce
' certain county checks in bis possession.
McLaughlin being absent from the city the
order could not be served
The Criminal Court
Was opened by Judge I ee at nine A. M.
A nol. pros, was entered in the case of J. P.
Horbach, charged with conducting a lottery.
H. T. Peters, Fenn Peck and James Gllllland,
Indicted for keeping and abetting a lottery,
were ordered to enter a recognizance of one
thousand dollars each for their appearance at
the October term of the court.
Jerry Coleman, couvloted of assault and
battery, was granted a new trial.
The following sentences were passed:
Shradrach Smith, assault and battery, ten
dollars flue and cost of court, or thirty dayB
1 n Jail.
Edward Bay, assault and battery, sixty days
E. F. Benedict, doing business without a
license, ten dollars and cost of court.
F. P. Chap?ala and J. T. Heffron, doing bu?
siness without a license, thirty dollars and
costs of court.
G. Arnett, doing business without a license,
ten dollars and costs of court.
I. W. Kayne, doing business without a ll
cense, twenty dollars and costs of court.
R. Graham and F. F. Chapeau, doing busi?
ness without .a license, two hundred and
twenty dollars and costs of court.
8. Elvers, convicted of doing business with
out a..license, being absent from court, no
sentence waa passed In his case.
The court then adjourned until ten A. M.
Saturday. _ _ .
CRUMBS.-The steamship Sea Gall, Captain
Hunter, sails for Philadelphia, this afternoon,
ot five o'clock.
A small colored boy was painfully bitten In
tbe cheet by a dog on the battery, yesterday.
The dog belonged to Joe Magill, a colored
CLUBS .uro STABS.-John Heffron, an escap?
ed prisoner from the House of Correction, re?
captured and lodged in the upper Guardhouse
on Wednesday afternoon, was returned for
William Simons, a colored husband of irri?
table temper, beat his better-half, and thereby
raised a disturbance In Ainley street on Wed?
nesday. He was fined one dollar and made
to five a peace bond of one hundred dollars.
John Brown, colored, stole a number of
pieces of railroad Iron from the South Carolina
Railroad Company. He was turned over to a
Andrew Rafferty, found lying down drunk
lo State street, near Broad, was carried to the
main Guardhouse. Penalty, one dollar.
John Hardgrave found some difficulty in
avoiding a door step lo Broad street, and cat
down thereon. As his stay seemed likely to
be prolonged indefinitely, Clubs and Stars
came to his assistance. He paid one dollar for
his night's lodging.
John O'Neill kicked up a "general row lu
Beaufaln street, abused the police and pum?
melled one of his fair companions." He was
turned over to Trial Justice O. R. Levy for a
hearing. # .
William Swinton, for being disorderly in
State street, and Interfering with Clubs and
Stars In the discharge of duty, was sentenced
to pay two dollars or spend twenty dayB in the
House of Correction.
One cow found at large In Cannon street,
and four -lu Market street, were fined one
dollar each, and returned to their owners
LIFE ASSOCIATION OF AV ERICA.-WO call the
attention of onr readers to an advertisement
In to-day's issue headed "Life Association of
America." The Policy-holder- Life and Ton?
tine Assurance Company ot LL .. Soutb, owing
to no fault of its managerc, deem it wise, in
cons?quence of unwise and unJuBt legislation,
to reinsure its risks. After examining into
the affairs of many of the leading companies
or the country, the Life Association of America
wu selected. We see that the charter con
. templates organizing each State Into a depart?
ment, the management of the departmental
affairs being entrusted to a board of directors | <
selected from our best citizens, and whose
principal duty ls to attend to the investment
of the reserves In the State.
Thu? lt will be seen that the money our citi?
zens P?y Into thia company for Insurance is
Invested, and, by the charter, must be kept J1
Invested lu the St&te. In a word, it gives to j 1
Sooth Carolina a purely mutual, home co tapa
ny,iwlth tbe strength of a natural organiza?
tion. Any legitimate scheme by which cap!
tal can be retained In our midst instead of
being sent away deserves assuredly the en
oouragement and patronage of our people.
The Hon. W. D. Porter, who has examined
carefully the charter of the Life Association,
says, in a recent letter to General J. B.
Hood: "I bave examined tbe annexed
charter of the Life Association of America.
It appears to me to be well guarded and
well adapted to secure tbe ends In view
The feature of Investing In each departments
the 'net presea; value' of the liabilities of the
company under policies Issued to members in
such department, ls especially worthy of com
mendatlon, and affords great security to poll
cy-holdors." Our citizens will need no better
eudorsatlon than the above. We would espe- j ,
dally call the attention of our readers to tbe
names of the gentlemen who have been select
ed as directors for the ensuing year, each of
whom holds a policy of Insurance in the com-1 i
pan y of ten thousand dollars. No better guar?
antee can possibly be given that the affairs of
the company and the Interest of the policy?
holders In this State will be faithfully and
THE HEAT YESTERDAY.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug Btore of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 84; 10 A. M., 88: 12 M., 90; 2 P. M., 91;
4 P. M., 88; 6 P. M., 88; 8 P. M., 85.
RIeettnga 'Stkl* Day?
Marlon Lodge, L 0.0. F., at 8 P. M.
Hope Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Chlcora Mining and Manufacturing Compa?
ny, at 12 M.
Zerubbabel Chapter, R. A. M., at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at the
(northwest corner of Church and Chalmers?
[ streets, furniture and store fixtures.
J. A. Enslow & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock, in
front of the postoffice, hull of schooner W. B.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
[ store, clothing^ hats and notions.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ot fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without Initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
Jan3f _ _
F?RCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. advertise for
this week a clearing-out sale of all their Dress
Goods. A reduction as never before has been
made in this department. ]uly8
FoBoeooTT, BENEDICT & Co. beg to cali the
I attention of the public to their. this day's ad
! vertlsement._ Ju'y8
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
& Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent below their coBt of importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. LOUTS COHEN A
^ Co., NO. 248 ?lng Btreet. may 16
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT'' FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Soud?es Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. junl7-lmo
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
25 cents each, at Bonder's Galleries, No. 263
King Btreet. _ _ Junl7-lmo
YE THTRSTT MORTALS, ATTENTION [-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
Newe Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es?
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BAZAAR. _ _ aprl9-mwf
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at bis warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne Btreet and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at bis own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from tbe
best manufacturera, mchs-fmwlyr
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI I-A royal game oy
India. Basel street Bazaar, and East Ba.
News Boom. _ _ apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
Kxporta or the Week ending July IB.
BARCELONA-Per span bi.? Oarmlta-1045 bbis
roam, 7oao ftet lumber.
KEW TORE-Per steamship James Adger-16
bags sea lalaud and 359 bales upland cotton, 55
tierces of rice, 61 bales domestics and goods.
523 obis rosin. 74 bales waste, loo bbls flour, 128
empty bbls, 2304 watermelons, and 171 packages
sundries..Per seor Myrover-240,000 feet rail
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-10 bales of
cotton, 139 tierces rice, 400 bbls rosin, 9 balea do
meitics, 7 bales rags, 76.000 feet or lumber, 83
crates peaches, and snndriea.Per sehr Vir?
ginia- 52, AI feet re-sawed lumber. '
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-7
Dales cotton, 158 bales domestics and gooda, 727
obis naval stores, ss tierces rice, 26 tons old Iron,
20,066 feet lnmber, and 131 pkgs sundries.
QUINCEY POINT, Mass-Per sehr Florence
Rogers-240,000 feet resawed lumber.
Nsw HAVEN-Per brig W H Parles-80,000 feet
Umber, 30.000 feet lumber.
Tte? ( haritHon market.
FOB THE WBEX ENDING THURSDAY, JULY 18, 1872.
TUB CHOPS.-There were heavy showers during
i part of this period reported In the interior of
the State, which, In some cases, had cn unfavor?
able act inn, and complaints of too much rain are
frequent, with reports or injury to the plant m
consequence. These statements, and Indications
of the appearance of the worm, causes anxiety,
?nd lt la feared that this destructive insect wUl
somewhat later come forth in numbers, as
showery weather la promotive of their In?
crease. The cotton crop is now at a very
critical time of its growth, and propitious c'ori
iJ I tiona ars necessary to a good yield. The week
m this vicinity closed dry, with full summer heat.
The first bale of new cotton from" the Interior of
Texas was received at Galveston on the 16th Inst.
THE RECEIPTS. - The arrivals at the cotton
ports for the week up to Friday last, were 3267
bales against 4673 bales thc week before, and
16,886 bales for the contrasting time of the year
previous. At New Orleans the supplies were 470
ba es against 6900 for the week lara year. The
total receipts at the cotton ports from September
li 1871, up to the latest dates were 2,697,603
bales, la contrast with 3,941,771 bales the previ
Jus year, showing a deorease or 1,244,1^3 bales.
The arrivals at the principal son th ern markets
fro m September l, 1871, np to the latest telegraphic
Intelligence as compared with the year before,
were aa fol iowa:
New OrleanB, July 17.951,181
Mobile, July 17 .287,691
Savannah, July 17.443 976
Dharlestoa July 17.267.117
galveston. July 17.189,416
Sorfolk, July 17.271,941
?V?mlngton, July 17.61,640
3ther ports, July 17. 234,742
Total bales.2,697,603 3.941,771
Total decrease to date.1.244,168
The following are the receipts of cotton at the
>rlnclpal Southern markets from July ll to July
L7, 1872. inclusive, aa reported by telegraph:
.July ll.118.July 12. 98)
Ja ? 13. 41.July 16. 180 ( 512
??ly ?. 46.July 17. 30)
For the corresponding week last year..... 4568
JTa)y M. 7.July 12. 27>
Joly 13. 27....July 15. 2.5
Joly 16.-inly 17._
July ll.141.Joly 12. 10)
July 13. 73.July 15. 17} 317
Joly 16. 69.July 17. 7 j
Last year. 658
July ll. 109.July 12. 209)
July 13..... 268.July 16. 361 772
July 16.1119.July 17. 42)
July ll.-.Jnly 12.
July 18.-.July 15.
July 16. 3.July 17. l
July ll.110.July 12. 7)
July 13. 6?.Joly 16.261J 615
July 16. 106.Jnlv 17. 35)
Lase year. 696
July :i.-.July 12.-i
July 13.-.July 15. 9} 80
Juiyie. 21.July 17.-)
Last year. 342
Total 1872.. 2,248
Total 1871. 9,711
The Btocfca of the article la tight at the
dates were as rollows:
Stock In London.284 OOO
StocK io Liverpool.bales.602,000 6
Stock in Havre.228.000
Stock In Marseilles. 19.600
Stock in Bremen. 28,000
Stock In Amsterdam. 92,000 ;
Stock in Antwerp. 44,000
Stock in Barcelona. 80,000
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil,). 7,260
Afloat for Bremen (American).
Afloat tor amsterdam (Ameri?
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock in United states ports.124.200 1
Stock lo the inland towns.10,466
lacrease ot stock In sieht.4?
The receipts at thlsportforthe week Jost
mlnated were - bags of sea islands and :
das and 772 balea or uplands, of which 490
from Mobl e, in contrast with - bags ol
islands and Floridas and 762 bales of upland
week before, and - bags of sea Islands
Floridas and 1067 bales or uplands for tbe cc
ponding week the year previous. These arr
came as follows: Say of uplands, per South i
lina Railroad, 753; Nor'heaitern Railroad, 19
sea islands, -.
THE COTTON MARK-T?.-This staple dnrlnj
week under review oxhlblted quiet aspect and
1er rates. In the foreign market,middling upi
were at 10%d, and declined to lOK@loXd \
at New York prices receded, having comme;
at 24XC and fell off to 23c, while at this poln
article was nominal. The transactions and pi
at Liverpool and Kow York during this pe
were as follows: On Friday, July 12. the foi
was Armer, uplands 10j?d, rales 10,000 bales;
latter waa nominal at 24xc. sales 602 bales.
Saturday the ronner was steady, uplands io
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was quiet and
fl lb lower, uplands 24.~?c, sales 8C7 bales.
Monday the former was quiet, upland a io
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was quiet, upla
23X0, Bales 1088 bales. Tuesday the former
heavy, uplands io,v@iojid, sales 8000 bales;
latter waa steady at 23"??24c, sales 466 baleB.
Wednesday tbe former Was quiet and steady,
lan dB 10X@107?d, saies 10,000 bales; the la
was flrm at 23x@23Xc, sales 1875 bales. Yea
day the former was dull, uplands lO/iOlo
Balea 10,000 bales; the latter was dull at 23c.
The following were the transactions lu
staple at this point for the week just closed.
Friday, Joly 12, there waB a limited Inquiry,'m
ly for ordinary to strict ordinary grades, at )
20>?cfift; sales 90 bales; quotations nomli
On Saturday the market was quiet and dull; ai
60 bales at 20c ft ft for ordinary and 23Xc f
for strict middling grades; quotations nomli
On Monday there was a light Inquiry at easy rai
sales 60 bales; good ordinary selling at 21c i
midd.lng at 23c ft lb. On Tuesday the mar
was duh and ea3j; sales lio bales; good ord in
Belling at 20J?c and. middling grades at 22>ic
rb. On Wednesday there was some demand
strict good ordinary grades; sales 200 balee
20X@2013-16 ft rb. Yesterday there was m
Inquiry at easy prices; sales 166 bales, viz : ll
18X, 20 at 19, 60 at 20, 26 ut 20 V, 60 at 20\. 1
transactions were about on the baals of 20c
good ordinary and 20X for low middling, bot v
too nnaettled for reliable quotations.
Ssa ISLAND COTTON.-There were no receipts
this class of the staple during this period. 1
market has been quiet and dull, and, In the i
Ben ce of any demand of moment, lhere were
RICE.-The arrivals or Carolina rough are ot
In the moat limited way, the old crop being abc
all to market. There was a moderate but fair l
qulry for this grain, the market showing genera
unchanged rates. Sales about 600 tlercj of dei
Carolina, among which were 139 tierces at e%
84 at 6j., 28 at 7, 30 at ?Mi 35 at WC 51 at :\'.
at 7J?, 40 at 8, 30 at 8 l-iec fl rs. We quote coi
mon l< fair at 7@7tfc, good 7%@8>,'c ft its.
NAVAL STORKS.-The supplies or Muse artlcl
were to a fair extent, the receipts having bei
908 bbla spirits turpentine, 3089 bbls rosin and 2
bbis crude turpentine. There was a modera
business doing, lu which prices generally showi
no important variation, spinn turpem Inc mill
il 41@42c ft gallon as lu packages. The transa
lions ror the week were about as rollowB. 0
Friday, Joly 12, there was a limited business 1
common rosina, with aales or about too bbls i
(2 60 for No 2 and $2 40 for strained. On Sato
lay and Monday the transactions were mode
ate, say about 400 bblB spirits turpentine at 41(
12c ft gallon, as in packages. Rosins were An
for high grades; sales about 600 bbls at (4 for lo1
pale. On Tuesday the market was quiet; sal?
200 bbla splrltB turpentine at 41@42c ft gallon, a
co packages. Rosins were quiet; salea 300 bbl
Une grades at $6 26 ror extra pale, $4 26 ror pall
and 40 bbls window glass were sold on privat
:erms. Ou Wednesday spirits turpentine wn
unchanged; sales loo bbls at 4i<3V2c, as In pact
ages. Rosins were easier; sales 600 bbls commoi
gradea at $2 80 ror atralned, $2 40 ror low No '.
(2 50 for No 2 and $2 60 ror extra No 2. Ther<
?-ere DO sales of fine grades which were dall. Yee
ie; day the market waa Armer for spirits; sile
LOO bbls a; 42c ft gallon ; stock light, holders a
che close asking 43c. Rosins were quiet, am
Chere were eales ot SOO bbls at $2 30 for strained
ft 40 for low No 2, $2 60 for No2, $2 60 for extn
s?o 2; flne rosins were dull. Crude turpentloi
nay be quoted at $316 for virgin, $2 70 for yellow
Up. and $1 so for hard.
HAT.-In the absence of receipts the marke'
iv as qu'et. and without wholesale transactions.
CORN.-The arrivals were about "coo bushels, ol
s-h lc h 4000 bushels were from Baltimore by steam,
1000 bushels from Philadelphia by steam. Jobbing
ots of prime white may bc quoted at $1 06@i Ol
fl buBhel, sacKs included. Some 4600 bushels ol
Western white were disposed or at 93c fi bushel,
OATS.-There waa received some 2000 bushels
rom Philadelphia. A sale of 2000 bushels took
>lace at 59c ft bushel, sacks Included.
PKAS.-The market ls flrm, but In the absence or
irrlvals of note the transactions were restricted to
imall lots, at about $l 90 ft bushel for good quali?
FLOUR.-The market has a fair stock of most
lualltles of this article, with a moderate bust
less doing. Northern and Western super may
>e quoted at $6 26@7 ft bbl, extra at $7 ?C@
I ft bbl, family at $9@10 $ bbl. Southern de?
scriptions are lu fair supply, and super may be
[noted at $6~26@7 ft bbl, extra at $760@8 ft bbl,
amlly at $9al0 ft bbl, and extra family at $10
in 60 ft bbl.
BACON.-The stock of prime meat ls limited,
vii h a flrm and stiffening market. Prime smoked
ihoulders may be quoted at 7>?c ft rb, prime
imoked clear rib sides at 9^@9>ic fl lb, prime
lalted sides at 8X@8J?c ft lb, and prime salted
ihoulders e#c fi lb.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror this article
nam tains a qJat and steady character with
ome little Inquiry, sellers of domestic gen?
ially asking about lac ft yard. We
?note ft yard, gunny cloth -; domestic Double
tnchor. 46 inches, may be quoted at -
Elephant at -, Ludlow -, other brands as In
TIMBKB AND LUMBKB.-The market ls quiet.
Ve quote timber for mining purposes
rom $6?10. Shipping timber $10@16. Bright
Imber, good merchantaMc, from city mills, cut
o size, from $18@22 ft M by the cargo; lumber
er rall, $13@16; river lumber, $11@13; dressed
COFFEE-fhe article ls in moderate request.
"air to prime Rio may be quoted Arm at 23@26c
Seo AK AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode
ate. Fair to fully fair Louisiana sugar may be
inoted at 9>?@uc ft lb, good to prime grocery au?
rais may be quoted at u@l2c ft ft, fair to gftod
Jubas lox@iiKc, fair to prime Demeraras at
iX@l2c %t ft. New Orleans molasses, prime
n a Jobbing way at - ft gallon. Cuba
uuBsovado molasses may bc quoted at 38c In
ihds and 40c lu bbls, and la a Jobbing way at
0@42c; clayed at 83@35o In hhds. and 85?
7c In bbls; Sugar-house syrup aells at 23@24c in
ihds, and 26@27c in barrels.
BtJTTSR AND LARD.-There la a fair atock of this
xtlcle-fancy GOBhen may be quoted at S0@35c; '
lew York State, prime, 26@30c; medium 20@26c. 1
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received j
llreot may be quoted at $i ao@i 70 fi Back. 1
Parcels of loo Backs from store sell at $l 60 ?R
ISON BINDS AKD TISB for cotton, of tao moat
approved patterns, are offered on tko market at
sc v n.
FB RIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands ; via New
York hi ti on uplands, Md on sea Islands; by sall
nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands. Coastwise-ti New York,
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands ;
$1 60 ? tierce on rice, eoe ? bbl on rosin; by sall,
- H ft on cotton; - f. tierce on rice; 40c V bbl
on roam; $8 V M on lamber; $10 fl Mon timber.
To Boston, by Ball, xe V ft on upland cotton;
roam esc ; reaawed staff $l0@f io co; phosphate
$5(95 50. To Providence, by sail, $10? M on
boards, xo ? lb on cotton ; by steam $1 ft bale on
New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Ko
fl ft on uplands; by sall, $8 * M on boards; $0 60
?10 on timber; $8 ft ton on clay, and $8@8 60 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, hie 9 ft,
by sall, $8 60@: ft M on boards; $8@8 60 on
timber; $8 25 fl ton on phosphate rook. Vessels
are in demand by onr merchants to take lum?
ber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darien
and Satllla River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern pons, and I0@l2f> M are ratea on
amber and boards.
DOMESTIC RECHANGE.-Trie banks are parchas
lng Bight checks on New York at par to hi
premium; time bois nominal. They are selling
alght checks >(?y, premium.
EXCHANGE-STEELING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day waa 24'i nominal for 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokera were yesterday buying at
13 and selling at 14.
Exports or Naval Stores ana Lamber
from tte? Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1871, to Jnly 17,187a.
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C?rfOi o. o _Ki_0 _<r>. oi o>
"td "co _CO i- "o. "rn "71 IO . CO cn
i3t>iH-to?fri ?. rt S
-1 co o o -4 co cn a a ' to
M o cr
co 1-1 ?5_^1K'S
COO CB X2?2!?i??
o co cn OJ cn co r-'i-'r- JO
fi ? ??S2!5S
2S2S = 5o?Sgci:
SO Ol CB ts l-l h* Ol J-J .
to O O O - co IO to rf- . 3?
co cc -? -' co . i30 Ki
ooloo en*-?oi?; . tai*;
o o o 31- o -? H O" -*.
NOTB.-Wo have aeouctea rrom New Orleans
112,247 balea uplands, from Mobile 2606 bales ap?
anda; from savannah 3129 bags sea leland and
2296 balea apland. and from Charieaton 8331 bags
sea island and 7821 bales upland cotton; also,
?66 bales wrecked cotton from the coast ol Flor
aa-being the quantity received at those ports
'rom Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rice
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1871, to July 17,1879.
?X F ORTE D TO
S. I, ,Up'd. i Rice
Other Br. Porta
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Pr. Porta
N. or Enrope
Tot'l N. Europe
W. Indies, Ac
Total F. Ports..
Bait, A Nr'folE
Oth. U.S. Porta
801 112671 2593
Stock of Cotton In the Interior Towna
at the Latest Dates.
Augusta.J div 12
Columbus..Ju v 12
Total bales.I 10,466
Charleston Wholesale JPn< -.?.
BAGGING, ft yard
Gunny Cloth. ?
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2Xtha. ?
BALK ROTE, fl ft.
Western. 8 ? 12 X
Goshen. 30 @ 36
COTTON, ft US.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. ?
Low Middling. ?
Middling to strict Middling. ?
Good Middling. ?
Sea Island. @
OOPFXBV ft Bi.
RIO. 28 ? 26
Laguayra. 26 @ 28
Java. 80 @
carolina Fertilizer, # 2000 ?SB.
Casi. 46 00 @
Time (with 7 per cent. Ut?
terest). 60 00 @
Wando Fertilizer, cash. 60 00 ?
Time_:. 66 00 ?
Double Helloed Poudrette.- 30 00 ?
NlieB's Phospate.63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas- 85 00 @
Peruvian Guano, Guanape_76 00 @
Pacific Guano, 2000 tba, cash.. 46 00 @
Time.60 00 ? ..
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 ? ..
Baugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 IBs.
cash. 45 00 ?
Rhodea'a Phosphate, ft 2000
Bs. 66 00 ?
Rhodes's Mandara Manure,
liG3 time). 60 00 @
OrchlllaT3uino"($40 ume).35 00 ?
Land Plaster. 13 00 @ 16 00
Mapes's Superphosphate, ft
2000 las. 46 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate or Lime 66 00 ?
Woolston'B Vegetator, ft 2000
Bs. 66 00 @
Oroasdale's Gen. Superpnos*
phate, net..60 00 ?
Bowera's complete Manure,
net.60 00 @
Sardy'a Phosphate, Peruvian,
cash.66 00 ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash., so 00 @
i Patapsr 1 Guano. 66 00 ?
E. Frank Ooe's Ammonlated
Bone Phosphate.cash. 48 00 ?. ..
Time. 62 00 ?
Ooe's Pure Dlssol'd Bone.cash 60 00 @
Time;......?. 65 00 ?
Whann'aSuperpnosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
EU wan Guano.caah.. 66 00 ? ..
Time. 60 00 @
Etlwan Crop Food.cash.. 40 00 ?
Time. 46 00 @
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 36 00 ?
Time. 40 00 ?
Zell's Ammonlated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time). 60 00 ?
Russell Ooe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($60 *
time). 46 00 ?
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 @
Bowen A Mercer's Superphos?
phate.cash.46 00 ?
Time.60 00 @
Wilcox, Gibba A Co.'s Manipu?
lated. 60 oo @
Stono Soluble '.'nano ($66 time) 60 00 ? .. 1
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($80 time). 26 00 ?
Stono Pure uround Phosphate. 12 00 ?
Atlantic Phosphate Co.. .cash. 48 00 ?
Time, free or interest.6200 ?
Acid PDospbates.cash. 28 00 ?
Time, tree of Interest. 31 00 @
Eureka Ammo. Bone Phoa. cash 45 00 ?
Time.60 00 ?
Middleton's Fish ammonlated
Phosphate.cash.. 46 00 ?
Time.a.66 00 ? .. 1
Philipa's oarribean sea Guano,
per ton of 2000 BB....cash. 60 00 ? .
1st November, per ton- 66 00 ?
FLOUR, ft bbl- ,
Super. a 26 @ 7 00
Northern and Western Extra, 7 60 @ 8 00
Baltimore Extra.... f...? .. 1
Southern-Super. 6 26 ? 7 00 1
Extra. 7 60 @ 8 00 ,
Family. 9 00 @ 1160 ,
GRAIN, fi Mistier
Maryland Oats..*.. 69 ? .. j
Western Oats. ? .. ]
corn. 93 @ 1 07 j
HAY, ft cwt- (
North River. ? .. j
LUMBER, fl M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. ?0 00 @ 66 00
White Pine, good run.88 00 @ 40 00
Yellow Pine.20 00 a 24 00
Boards, rough. ll 00 ? 12 00 |
Grooved and tongued 28 00 sj 32 00 j
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 33 ? 37 ]
Muscovado. 38 @ 60
Sugar house. 23 @ 27
New Orleans.: ?
NAVAL STORKS, ft bbl
Tar. ? .. I
Rosin, pale. 4 26 ? .. ]
KoslO, NO. 1. 8 00 <a> 1
Rosin. No. 2. 2 60 ? .. ]
Ro-ln. No. 3. 2 30 @ .. ]
Spirits Turpentine, ft gal.... 42 @ ]
Orude Turpentine, ft bbl. 2 70 @ 3 16 ?
Hard Turpentine. 1 so ? .. :
Oakum, ft B. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d, ft keg .. ?
Dupjnt'a, F. F. F. g. 6 00 @ .. ,
Dupont's, F. F. F. 6 00 @ '
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 @
PROVISIONS, ft B- 1
Bacon. Bama. ia @ 17
sides. 09X? 09tf
Strips. ? 1
Lard, in keg.n ? 12
Eggs. 20 ? 26
Poultry-Chickens, ?t doz.... 3 00 ? 4 00 i
Fowls, ft doz. ? 00 ? 6 60
Potatoes, Irish, ft bbl. ?
RICE, ft B-Carollna. 07 @ 08>?
East India. ?
SALT, fi sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool, Une. @
SUGAR, ft rb
Porto Rico... ?
Muscovado. 10J<(<0 12*
BEESWAX, fl B. 38 ? 40
Market? by Teleejrapn.
Noon.-The bank rate has advanced H, and is
now zyt. Consols si >/,. Bonds 913?.
Evening.-Bullion in the Bank of England de?
creased ?881,000 during the wees. Consols closed
at WA for money, and 92>? for account. Amerl
can securities unchanged.
FRANKFORT, July 18.
PARIS, July 18.
Noon.-Rentes 54f 22c.
Nsw YORK, July 18.
Noon.-Freights firm. Stocks dull. Gold heavy
at i4'i. Money easy at 3. Exchange, long 8J? :
ahort ioi?. oovernments dull and steady, state
bonds dull and heavy.
Evening.-Freights to Liverpool firm. Money
easy at 8a4. Exchange dull at 6Jia9j?. Gold 14Jtf
al4/i. New fives 13X:elghty-ones l7?i; sixty-twos
State bonds dull and nea* y. Tennessees 74;
new 73??. Virginias new 60. Louisianas 60; new
48. Levee sixes 61; eights 74. Alabama tlxes 84;
rives 60. Georgia Bises 76X; sevens 87. North
Carolinas 2i%; new 20. Sooth Carolinas 64: new
LIVERPOOL, July 18.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and steady; uplands
loxaioxd. Orleans Hailed.
Later.-Cotton heavy; uplands lOKalOXd; or
leann ?oj?alld; sales 8000 bales; speculation and
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged.
Nsw YORK, July 18.
Noon.-Cotton dull; salea 2SS bales; uplands
23c, Orleans 28KC.
Evening.-Cotton easy; sales 1731 W.a at 23a
23KC Saies or rotures to day 26,300 bale-, as fol?
lows: August, 21 l-l6a22Xc; september, 20Jia
21 l-l6c; October, 19 16-I6a20 Mee; November.
19)ial9Xc; December, 19 3-I6al9i<c.
BOSTON, July 18.
Cotton dull; middlings 23??c; net receipts 63
bales; gross 419; sales 160; stock 9500.
PHILADELPHIA., July 18.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23#c.
BALTIMORE, July 18.
Cotton dull and nominal; middlings 23Kc; stock
NORFOLK, July 18.
Cotton dull; low middling 22Kc; net receipts
30 bales; exports coastwise 9; s to CK 197.
WILMINGTON, Judy 18.
Cotton quiet and nominal; middlings 24c; net
receipts 18 bales; stock 767.
SAVJJTNAH, July 18.
Cotton nat; middlings 22*c: net receipts 70
bales; exports coastwise 134; stock 714.
AUGUSTA, July 18.
Cotton nominal; middlings 2la2lKc; net re?
ceipts 92 bales; sales io.
MEMPHIS, July 18.
Cotton firm for good grades; middlings 23?a
28#c; net receipts 46 bales.
MOBILE, Joly 18.
Cotton dull and nominal, middlings 22c; stock
NEW OBLBANS, July 18.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22,Ka22xc; net receipts
33 bales; gross l&i; sales 276; stock 18,646.
GALVESTON. July 18.
Ootton nominal; good ordinary 2CXc; net re?
ceipts l bale; atoen 424.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, July 18.
Noon.-Breadstuffa quiet. Beef 64a.
NEW YORK, July 18.
Noon.- Fiour dull and unchanged. Wheat
quiet and heavy. Corn quiet and heavy. Pork
dall at $13 60al3 76. Lard qnlet, new steam 8a
sy,c; old steam 9 7-16C. Spirits turpentine quiet
at i8a49c. Rosin quiet and steady at $8a3 06 for
Evening.-Southern flour unchanged. Whlakey
fi m a 62 vie: held at 93c. Wheat dull and slight?
ly lu buyers favor at $1 eoal 66 for winter red
Western. Corn dull and heavy with scarcely
freight room, and checks export demand. Pork
dull and nominal at $i3 60ai3 75. Mess beef duh
and unchanged. Lara heavy at 8a9Kc. Turpen?
tine firm at 4Sa?9c. Rosin quiet at $3a3 06 for
CINCINNATI, July 18.
Corn lower at 49a60c. Pora flrm and in fair
demand. Lard firm; kettle 8%a9c. Bacon active I
and higher ; c ear sides 8c. Whiskey steady at
LOUISVILLE, July 18.
Flour quiet at $6; family $6 60. Lorn ami and
unchanged. Provisions strong ; advancing ten?
dency. Pork $13. Bacon t-ides hy *8Kc, packed.
Lard 9XalOKc. Whiskey quien and steady at 87c.
ST. LOUIS, July 18.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Corn dull at 37c
for No $ mixed on traes. Whiskey steady at 88c.
pork dud at $13 for order lots. Bacon firm at
eve for shoulders, 3 xa3Kc for clear Bides. Lard
dun at 8c for summer.
New York Klee Market.
Nsw YORK, July 17.
The Dally Bulletin saya: The market ls qnlet In
the ab ecce of mall order?, but stock m good con?
dition li held firmly at fall prices. Sales of 175
bags Rangoon at uj;a7\c, 125 bags Patna at 7,Ka
8c, aod 80 tes Carolina Ht 9c.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YORK, July 17.
The Dally Bulletin says : Receipts to-day 2419
bbls rosin, 1100 do spirits turpentine, 216 do tar.
Spirits are only moderately active, but tbe tone
ls a trifle firmer, though without any material ad?
vance, sales 160 bbls at 47Xe 30 bbls In lots at
47Xa48c. 100 N Y bbls at 48Xc, and 60 bbls to ar?
rive at 47 Kc. Rosin m fair request for the liner
grades, with sales of 200 bbls No 1 at $4,174 bbls
at $4 26, 326 bbls at $4 60a4 76, 60 bbls at $6 37 x,
176 bbls at $6 60, io bb s ar. $8 10, and' 21 bbls
blBCk at $2 66. Tar la moderately aotive. with
Bales of 100 bbla Washington at $8 76, and 30 bbls
Wilmington rope at $4 26. Pitch uncoanged.
WILMINGTON, Joly 17.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The transactions to-day
are at an advance of Kale. 107 casks changed
bands at 42 KC and ] 19 CUB s s sold at 43c per gal?
lon for southern packages.
ROSIN.-The general market was very dall dur?
ing the day with only moderate transact lo. a at
unchanged figures The Bales embrace 1029 bbls
at $2 26 for strained. $2 35a240 for No. 2, $2 76 for
opaque, $3 for low No. 1, $3 26 ror No. 1. $8 6J for
extra No 1, $4 ror low pale, $4 60 for pale, $6a5 60
ror extra pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Exporters and distillera
purchased rreely the receipts arni salea at yester?
day's prices. Tue receipts and sales were 459 bbls
at $2 60 ror hard, $3 to for yellow dip, and $3 76
TAR,-The receiDta to-day were only 13 bbls,
which sold at $2 50 per bbl.
Xnteror Cotton Markets.
ORANGEBUBO, July 16.
Sales for the week ending July 16 io bales; or?
dinary 16u, low middling 21c, middling 2i\c.
SUMTER, Jmy 16.
The staple has been dull, wltn a downward ten?
dency, caused from unfavorable reports from
Liverpool and the Northern markets; about 16
bales have been sold during the week ending the
16th July; we quote ordinary 17Kc, good ordinary
i9Kc, low middling 20X, middling 2lc, strict mid?
dling 21 KC.
ABBEVILLE, July 17.
Cotton ls Belling at 18c.
NEWBERRY, July 16.
Cotton la quoted at 2lc.
SPARTANS rn r?, July 16.
Cotton la selling at 22c.
.Receipts by Railroad. Joly 18.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
7 bales cotton, 35 bales gooda, 160 sacks corn,
I bbla spirits turpentine, 18 bbls rosin. To Rail?
road Agent, A S smith, O Llebenrood, Mowry A
ion, A B Mulligan, Raveoel. Holmes A co, Tiede
nan, Calder A co, Wagoner A Monaees. Barden A
Parker. F O Borner, L Ueltz, C Llllentbal, O
Schnell, J N Robson.
KO RT H BASTE SK RAILROAD.
10 bales cotton, 32 bbls crude turpentine, 127
ibis spirits turpentine, 377 bbls rosin, cars lum?
ber, livestock, tobacco, mdse, Ac. To Kinsman
t Howell, Barden A Parker, Whildeu A Jones,
r C H Olaussen, R T Waiker, Charles Llebenrood.
tv m 0 Bee A co, T Klentwortb, smith A co, H
Bischoff a- co, Q H Walter A co. D Paul 4 co, n c
Shaugh, S C Railroad Agent, o Foll?n, D A Amme,
3 Ball, E H Frost A co, Cypress Manufacturing
?O, P Purcell, J E A'iger & co, E Welling, W T
sanders, Railroad Agent, and others.
. rom (XAMKMiAJbL.
?ew Moos, 5tb, 1 hour, 6 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 13th. 2 hours, 29 minutes, evening.
F ull Moon, 20th, 9 hours, 34 minutes, morning.
[,aat Quarter, 27th, 2 hours, 0 minutes, morning.
B. A B.
MARLESTON, B. C.JOLY 19, 1872.
?at 86 deg 46 min 88 sec. I Lon 79 deg 67 nun 27 sec.
Norwegian bark Frier, Theaen, a Port In Great
FROM THIS PORT.
Sehr O A Bentley, Falkenburg, Jacksonville,
CP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr May Morn, - -, at New York, July le.
Sc?r Minnie, Hudson, at New York, Joly 16.
MARINE NEWS B? TELEGRAPH.
NEW YOBK, July 18.
Arrived. Assyria, St. Lanrent.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
rte Georgiana, Mann, sailed.June 7
The Duke or Cornwall, Keays, sailed.May 22
The Graatou, Duke, np.June 19
h bark Arcultect, Doddridge, sailed.June 2
WEST HARTLEPOOL. ENG.
rue Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
lr brig Julia Lingi ey, Pratt, cleared.July 2
irlg Henry A Louise. Hand, . leared.June 28
lebr Myrover, Brown, up.June 17
sehr Florence Balley, Balley, cleared.July 6
Sehr Jonas smith Hodgkinson, up.July 4
ichr Eothen. Brautberg, cleared.July 1
ichr Roger Drury, Gage, up.July 4
j. hr Patina, Rankin, up.Jnly 6
Ichr May Moro, --, up.July 16
icbrMlunie, Hudson, np.July 16
?cur Caroline Young, Young, cleared....June 7
ichr E R RommelL, Ripley, np.July 1
ichr Ann s Cannon, Gutten, cleared.July 3
Irlg AI tavela, Cousins, np.June 6
Ichr J H Stickney, Collins, sailed.Joly 8
Ichr Lewis Ehrmann, Fooks, up.Jnly 6
Ichr J W spencer, Thomas, cleared.July e
List of Skipping
IK TOS POET OF CHABLX8T0K, JULY 18.
V?asela under loo tons, and steamers coasting.
within the State, excepted. ' ?7
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Ad ger1 a wharf,
for New Torfe, loading-James Adger * co.
Golf Stream, - tons, Hunter, at Brown * e.o's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Cour?
Sea Gnu, 616 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P C Trenholm.
Carmen, (Sp) - tona, Bacila, at Atlantic wharves,
lor Barcelona/loading-WP EalL
Tubal Cain, 423 tone. Stone, at Marshall's wharf,
ror London, loading-Cohen A Wells.
Scotland, - tons, Coote, at In Ashley River, for
Weat Indies, loading-W P Hall. ? : it ,
Henry Allen, 209 tons, Ta em. in the stream, for
Brana wick, (Oa.) read j-H ? Baker A co.
' pf THE RELATIVES AND FRIENDS
of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A Murray and family
are respectfully Invited to attend the Funeral
Services of THOMAS A. MURRAY, JB., only son
of Thomas A. Murray, from his late residence,
Anaon street, second door ? south of Calhoun
street, THIS MORNING, at half-past 9 o'clock; pre?
VAND ERH?RST-Died, after a retracted-ill?
ness at hts residence, lu thia city, July 18th, 1872,
Bishop ROBT. M. YAND ERHOBST, of the Colored M.
E. Church of America, aged 68 years.
pf THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acquaintances, the members of tbe Colored M. E
Churon or America, the members of Trinity,
Bethel, and Spring-street Churches,- and of the
other Churches in the city, are Invited to attend
his Funeral at Bethel M. E. Church. South corner
Oalhonn and Pitt streets, Tats AFTKBNOOH, at
half-past four o'clock. ' ." Jnlyio*?
OR NEW TORE.
ON WEDNESDAY, JOLY 24, AT 10
O'CLOCK P. M.
-? '.? : .. : V.\
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK. \
r. \ "i *.-. ..
The Splendid New Iron Sldewhee'. steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, ?rill sall'for
New York on WEDNESDAY. July24th, at 10o'clock;
A. M., from PterNo. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
Insurance by Steamers of this Une 3? per cent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very Une Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER k CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
pOR NEW YORK.
WKW YORK AND GHARXKSTOH
. STEAMSHIP ?BTE.'
The Superior First-class Sldewheel Steamship
CHAMPION', R. w. Lockwood, Commander, will
SHU from Adger'B South Wharf on SATOBBAT, the
20rhlnstai.t ar 5 o'clock P. M, precisely.
KT The CHAMPION ls handsomely and com?
fortably fitted up for passengers, and offers
great inducements to travellers going North.
KW Marine Insurance by this Une One-half
KW Through Billa of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
First-class passage $20, which includes state?
room and meals.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
Jnlyl6-6 JAMES ADGER ? CO., Agents..
FHTJiADELPBIA- IRON- STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Ltue, insuring. a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia ana
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, arjd
to and from Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen
trea. . ? -, .
KW The GULF STREAM ts appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 19th July, at c
o'clock P. M. .',;.
?-The VIRGINIA Will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A COURTENAY, Unlon-WUarves..
W. P. o LY DE A CO., General Agents, No. 18
South Delaware Avenno, Philadelphia.
?pOR BAL T I M O BS.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
^*fl??*, TO J&S??L
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
' The Fine steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Oom?
manaor, will sad for Baltimore, on SATUBOAT,
20th July, at half-past 5 o'ciock P. M.
KW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
:lty by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
Ional Insurance, and Conalgnees are'allowed,
imple time to sample and sell their Goods from
:be Railroad Depot In Philadelphia. ? . *
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL O. TRENH0LM Agent,
Inly 16-6_. No. a Union Wharves.
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPY'?
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND J AP AST.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ol the above line leave Pler^Jitjjk,
So. 42, North River, root of OanalSUHS
itreet, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of tbe DB
md 80th of every month except when these
latea fall on sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with ?team
sro for South Pacific and Central American porta.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica?
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
sisco firat of every month, except when it falls on
sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
llrect from New York to Aaplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free. .
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
rt the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
root of Canal Btreet, North River, New York.
Jnly26-lyr_F. R. HABY. Agent.
TjlOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch ene of their flrat-claas, fun power
iron Sorew Steamships from
PIER NO. 48 N. lt., EVERY WEDSESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold. _ ,_ _ . _
Steerage Passage (Offlco No. 29 Broadway) $w,
jnrrency. , :
For Freight or Cabin Possago, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. ?a Wall street, N. Y. j
2?. B.-Througn B1?9 Lading to Liverpool issued ?
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, whlo?
make close connection with the above line.
* ror Darticulars and ratn of Freight apply to
Y JAMES ADO BB A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A GO.,
ma^s Or ? WM. A. COURTENAY.