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* CITY AFFAIRS.
PERSONAL.-The friends of the Rev. Dr.
Ile;nardie, whose severe indisposition has been
the cause of much anxiety In this his native city,
.will be glad to know that he arrived here on Tues?
day, and ls thegue8t or L. Chap?n, Esq. We most
earnestly hope that he will soon be restored to
health, and to the ministry where he has labored
with such seal and.power.
WIIOLESALB-ARREST.-Last night about 10
o'clock. Lieutenant Philipp?, wttb me Detective
force, made a descent upon a house In Warren
street, and took Edward Sweeney, Jim Bingley,
Robert Wickles, Joe Williams and Wm. Fowler,
colored, pruoners. These are said to be the prin?
cipals in a regular (tang of thieves, and are
charged with bel?g implicated In the numerous
rohherles which have occurred of late. They are
held for examination, and will be brought before
the Mayor this morning.
SUNDAY-SCHOOL PICNIC-The annual picnic
of the Wentworth street Lutheran Church took
place yesterday at t>e Schutzeuplatz. The
grouuds were covered with the happy throng.
The "merry-go round," with its seats crowded
and coursers ridden by juvenile knights, revolved
unceasingly, and ball-playing and other outdoor
amusements were actively kept up. A substan?
tial lunch was partaken of with the keen relish of
youthrul appetites, sharpened by exercise, and at j
half-past 5 the train bore the joyous young pleas?
ure-seekers back to the city.
Miss HARRIET P. RONAN IN -'THE HUNCH?
BACK. '-The fair Charleston debutante was cheer?
ed last night with a highly tattering house. The j
Academy was fairly mied; and among those j
present, we noticed some of our most prominent j
citizens. . Miss Ronan had evidently s udled her
role well, acting "Julia'' with perfect ease and
grace, and at times with considerable passion.
The audience was highly appreciative, rewarding
her eHurts with frequent applause, numerous
bouquets, and calls before the curtain between
the acts. Wc hope Miss Ronan will meet with
distinguished success in the profession of her
choice, and have a brilliant career. We bespeak
for her the good offices of cur co-temporaries of
THE PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL SOCIETY.-The
anniversary meeting of ibis society for the ad?
vancement of Christianity in south Carolina, was
held last evening, at Hoimcs's Lyceum. Ac elec?
tion for officers being held, the fellowing gentle?
man were chosen to serve forNte ensuing year :
Rev. c. C. Pinakney, vice-president; Mr. H. P.
Archer-, corresponding secretary; Mr. John
Baue xe;, recording secretary.
Trustees-Revs. C. P..Gadsden, W. B. W. Howe.
A. T. Porter, R. S. Trapler, J. H. Elliott, T. F.
Gadsden, J. D. McCullough, W. P. DuBose, LeO.
_F. Guerry; Messrs. C. G. Memmlnger, W. C. Bee,
A. H. Hayden, W. C. Courtney, R. W. Shand, J.
B. Palmer. The attendance on the part of tt
clergy and laity was good, and several Interest
lng reports were read.
PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL CONVENTION_The
proceedings of yesterday's session of this body
were furnished to THE NEWS at so late an hour
last night.as to preclude their publication. The
bishop's address was read, giving an interesting
review of the condition of the church interests in
the diocese daring the past year. The document
concluded wit,ri the request that the convention
elect an assistant tlsnop. The election, held In
pursuance of this suggestion was the feature of
the day's session,- and resulted as follows: Whole j
number or votes cast38. Necessary to a choice j
20. Of which Rev. C. P. Gadsden received 20; Rev.
W. B.W. Howe, 15; Rev. J. S. Kidney, 1; Rev.
C. C. Piackney, 1; blank 1-38. Whole number or |
lay votes 41. Necessary toa choice 21. Of these;
Bev. W. B. W. Howe received 19; Rev. C. P. Gads?
den, 12;?Rev. W. P. DuBose, 4 ; Rev. C. C. Piack?
ney, 2; Rev. J. H. Elliott, l; Rev. J. D. McCollongh,
1; Rev. J. H. H. Wingfield. 1; Rev. John Johnson.
1-41. The further balloting will take place to?
MARION FIBE ENGINE COMPANY.-The thirty
second anniversary meeting of the Marlon Steam
Fire Engine Company was held at their hall yes?
terday morulDg, when the following officers were
elected for the ensuing year : R. C. Barkley, presi?
dent; T. S. Slgwald, vice-president; 0. A. Calder,
secretary ; A. J. Jager, treasurer: W.H. Sigwald,
engineer; H. L. Calder, assistant; Tao?, R. Keegan,
first dlrtctor; W. H. Sturken, second director; M.
Maxcey, third director; J. Plaspohl, fourth direc?
tor; J. DeLe- Un, E. M. Doar, K. E. Cox, H. Linn,
axmen; Dr. T. R. Aldrich, surgeon; Hon. W. D.
Porter, solicitor; Rev. J. L. Girardeau, chaplain;
J. W. stevens, hallkeeper. Committee on Fi?
nance- T. L. Sigwald, M. Harris, J. Piaspohl.
Committee on Letters-Thomas R. Keegan, W. H.
Stenken, M. Maxcey. Committee un Relief-T. S.
Sigwald, A. J. Jager, M. Maxcey, J. W. Stevens,
W. H. Starken. Committee on Burial uround-T.
S. Sigwald, A. J. Jager, G. A. Calder.
After the election of officers the company ad?
journed to the "Cool Blow Garden," on the Meet?
ing street toad, for target exercise, with the fol?
COUPANT PRIZES. .
First prize-Handsome silver Ice pit cher-F. F.
Second prize-Silver goblet-L. L. Bryant,
Third pi Ize-Large cup-B. F. Axson.
Best single shot-set soud silver castors-M.
First prize-Handsome silver Bervlce-vice
President T. S. Sig walu.
Second prize-Mammoth tin cup-J. C. R. Tay?
?hird prize-Large cup-Dr. T. H. Aldrich.
After the presentation of the above prizes, Dr.
Aldrich, In behalf of the members of the com?
pany, and with a few appropriate remarks, pre?
sented to President R. C. Barkley a haudsome
gold medal badge, tastefully engiaved by Mr.
Fisher, of this city, tn the race was the presl
dent's uame, the engine's name and date or In?
corporation, 1839. On the reverse was "Present?
ed to B. C. Barkley, president; by the members or
Marion Steam Fire Engine Company, in testi?
mony or their esteem, Charleston, s. c., May 12tr,
1871." Mr. Barkley, on receiving the medal from
the company, thanked the members kindly for
xh"lr good feelings, towards him, and assured
them that he would ure lils utmost endeavors to
mei lt a continuance of the sime. At 4 P. M. the
company marched to their engine house, in Can?
non street, and partook ur a collation, alter -.fhich
the members sepuiated to prepare for the ball,
which took place in the evening, at Hiberniau
Hall, and which was a very enjoyable affair.
THOSE TIDAL DRAINS.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NE**:?.
SiR-Peimit me to reply lo your article in
reference to tidal drams, lt is staled that there
"was no wa'.er in the drains on Monnay night, lt
isio proof that lhere was sufficient water in the
drains at that time. The suction pipes of the en?
gines are sume times lowered into the well so
deep that Hie basket enters the mud, thus draw
Irg up mud Instead of water.
ALEX, WILLIAMS, K. T. D.
CARD OF THANKS.
At a meeting or the employees of Messrs.
Walket, Evans und Cogswell, held on Friday, the
12th inst., thc following preamble and resolutions
were unanimously adopted :
ft'hertaSi We, the employees o." thc stati >nery,
punting and binning establishment or Messrs.
Walker, Evans A Cog? veil were the recipients 11
a picnic and excursion, to 'he Middleton Place, on
Ashley River, Thursday, th? mit M..y, 1,71,
generously tendered ns and our friends by Messrs.
"Walker, Eva is A Cogswell; and whereas it is
proper that wu shot-Id give expn s-lon of t.nr ap?
preciation or an act hitherto unprecedented, and
hope that an atlair so auspiciou-!y inaugurated
may be the forerunner or many such happy occa?
sions; therefore, be it
Resolved, That we. the employes of the sta?
tionery, punting anil biodtrur establishment ol
.Messrs. Walter, Evans .*.- Cogswell, hereby lender
xur grateful . hanks to ocr tinployers ror the
pl asure wh:eh we enjoyed on the occas on of the
picnic aud ex ur.-lou.
JtwotPtd, That we will eve-, In our arter years,
CB<*ri?li the m -inory or 1 ire oera*i.<n.
Resolved, TLat thc secretary fot ward the above
?rearable and resolutions to Messrs. Walker,
vaos <fc Cogswell, and nave them published in
the dally lwpers or the city.
H. P. COOKE, Chairman.
J. M. EDWARDS, Secretary.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a regular monthly meeting of the Broth?
erly Association, Held ou the evening or the 8th
instant, the fallowing preamble and resolutions
were unanimously adopted:
iFherea ?, It has pleased the Almighty Ruler or
the unlveise to remove from among na our worthy
brother and ex-president, Wm. E. ;iirshall, we
deplore his untimely end, bu: bow submissively
to the will of Him who does all things well. There
fore, be lt
Resolved, That by this dispensation or Provi?
dence thin association have lost an efficient and
faithful member, and the community a worthy
and uprigat citizen.
Resolved, That while we bow in humble submls.
sion to this all-wtse decree of the.Great I Am. we
cannot but deplore the loss of him with whom we
have spetit so many pleasant hours, and have
been associate'1 with so many years.
?esolrat, That we extend to the bereaved fam?
ily ol our departed brother our heartrelt sympa?
thy and condolence in this their hour or need.
Resolved, That In respect to the memory of our
deceased brother, and as a tribute of our affec?
tionate regard for his virtues and many manly
qualities, a copy or these resolutions be transmit?
ted to his family, and that a Hank page in our
minute bcok be inscribed with hts name and dedi?
cated to tis memory. t ,
Rcsolveil, That this preamble and these resolu?
tions be published In the dally papers or this city.
From the minutes.
JJJO. N. GRJGG, Secretary.
LIST Ol' LETTERS remnlning in the Postoffice
at Charleston, tor the week ending May 12,
18T1, and printed officially in THE DAILT NEWS,
as the newspaper having the .largest circulation
In the City or Charleston.
tS- Fer ions calling for Letters Advertised,
should state that they are "Advertised."
SS* Office hours rrom 8 A. M. to OX P. M. On
Sundays, from 5}? to 6>i P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
Abrams, Mary Galliott, Miss AiMilier, Miss Ella
w C Mitchel, Mrs Jas
Agean, Mi3 Ell- Gerideau. Miss j ?
za Resena Uitche.. Mrs A
Al.en, Mrs L A Gibbes, Kosena ?M?trh*l, llarrlit
Alexander, Mrs Graham, Miss .Miteiisi.2l.ss So
Mary E Sarah phia
Abeeda, Sirs Su-Hawthorn, Mrs [Muse, Mi>-sU A
san Mary ?M ore, Mrs Car
Anderson, Mrs Balsa!, MS A El rle
Ettie Ann Herman, Mts1- M ?Morns, Miss
Ap'.c-r, Mt-s Jo- A Be; tis
nann F Bardy, Mr- Jis ?Mi rray. Betsey
Armstrong, Mrs Hani" \uit? diej (col'd)
Anua F Haas, Mrs 1 >u ? Murphy,Miss Jo
Austin, Miss Ad- isc lianna
die Ueywan'. Mri (McCarthy, Mis*
Bachman Mrs Christine i M Bell
Ellen . Herman, Miss McFali, Bet'y
Bell. Miss IR Mollie ; Mc Ken sie, Mrs
Beult, Miss Hen-Herman, Miss Amelia
rei er Mnry Offer, su.-an
Blt erson, Mrs Henderson. Mrs Jane
Caroline Rebecca ?Oh ant, Miss
Brown, M s Herman, Mrs Mi Pedertke
Null A Oldenburg, Miss
Brown, Miss Higgins, Miss ! C
Ellng Elizabeth 'Phelps, Mts
Brown, Mis Mal- Horan, Mrs El- j drucy
com M lon Picket lugs, Mrs
Burch, Mrs G Irving, Miss \ Rosa
Bergman, Miss Alice Pralonee, Miss
Gustlu Jackson, Mrs ; Hester
Cammer, Miss Juda ?Purcell. Mrs B
Louisa Ja mes,Miss Mat Purse, MVs Sal
Campbell. Miss tte j ile
Rachel J Jenkins, Mrs .Randall, Miss
Chapman, Mrs Mollie Anna
sb Jenkins, Miss ?Reed, Miss Sal
Chapman, Miss Jane I lie
OP Jones, Miss Au-|ltlce,Annie
Chesnut, Mrs na L iKivers.MrsMary
Elizabeth Jones, Miss A L Hivers, Mis Sa
Clinton, Mrs Johnson, Mis i rah B
Louisa Mary ?lt:vet?, Mrs Liz
Cooper, Miss Al-Johnson, Mrs Ul zle
IUB L ?Rose. Mrs Eliza
Cooper, Miss Johnson, Mrs El Bouse, Mrs Sa?
ga to J I rah E
Collins, ML- s A Johnson, Eliza . Seabrook, Miss
M (col'd) ! Sarah A
Collins,Mlss Ma- Ksnapaux, Mis Shugrue. Mrs
ry Eugenia Cathrine
Crighton, Mrs A Klutocb, Miss Sukr-K Miss
M Sophy Alllce
Days, Miss Han- Kinloch, Mrs Te-;S;ovich, Mrs M
uah na A
Dennis, Miss Sa- Keene, Mrs Eli- ?Sontag. Mrs O
rah za ?Suberoux, Miss
Dillon.- M, i Sa- Lellman. Miss Emily
rahV ML Istnfford, Mrs H
Dozer, Miss Ma- Lear, Miss Me- j II
ry Jane bey >ell, Mrs Char
Dnoose. Mrs F F Lee, Miss P J j lotte
Edwards, Mrs Lee, Mrs D E Stonie, Mrs Nan
Hetty Lee, Mrs Annie ! cy Ann
Edwards, Miss Livingston. MrsjStewarr, MrsD
Nancy Mai ie F 'Strobert. Miss
Edwards, Miss Livingston, Mrs i Isahella
Johanna Sallie Stelling, Miss C
Elsworth, Miss Lowery, Miss Sweecy.Mrs Ma
Keth Jul a rt?
Emery, Mi si Ly nen. Miss. j Torney, Miss
Anna C Nettle I Juila
Pish burne, Mrs Mack, Chloe Voice, Mrs Ann
(care o: Mr Marshall, Mrs M Ward, Mrs M
Behler,) Mathew*, Mrs C Washington,
Fickilng. Mrs E J Neille
L Martin, Mrs C J Watson, Mrs M
Fisher, Miss Manv.ll, Mrs Ho- Wei s, Mrs Anna
Louisa 6a |Wtbb, Mrs E H
Floyd, Mrs Julia May, Mrs Caro- Wethers, Mrs
A line Susannah
Frazear, Miss Marjimbofl, Miss Wight, Miss Ra
Anna Mete, Mrs M W chall
Freizelr, Mrs Melford, Mrs 'Wigg, Miss Ann
. Elizabeth Jane ) B
Franklin, Mrs E Middleton, Mrs Wrighten, Mrs
U Su?an F Mary
Galtits, Mrs Ju- Milier.MissSallie Young, Mrs La?
lla E M I venta
Alston, Maj S W Hastedt, Her- R tn?. Chas H
Baker, John man K hard-on,
Bat heh lee, Fl Hardy, J Y en ry
Barksdale, Pom- Hand, somers Roberts, Dr T N
pey Hane.--, Wm Boper, Rev Ja
Haly, isaac Henne, A cob
Berry, Wm Henry, Theo L Robinson.James
Bee, John J Heesler. John W
Benton, Chas Uills, John s itnuken, Hcn
Black, Geo (.' Huggins, James I nek
Bli hine, J Johnson, Sum Salmon, B
Blackman, .lr, J ' uel schnueek, John
R Karr, Robert C II
Brown, Jacup Kelly, Stephen ?i neper, R
Brown, Noah Kennedy, John Schmidt, W R
Brown, Billy Kenedy. M Schoben, John
Brown. RS Kilty, Wm ll
Brothers, J W Klngmau. S H .Schroder. Otto
Brunner, F Lauler, J U ?Seabot ii, B Karie
Brcuce, Jcsepli uta,TB ?Senikcu, Henry
Coheu Leary. D D Nemken, Dr
Buldt. Dlcdreick Let, P Sinnett, Percy
Bryson, Jack Lucker, Wm Smith, Allen
Caibeuey, John .Haswell, Jas ?Sn 1th, Wm
Carter, Dr Ntl Matliews.Dauiel.'smltli, W
son Ma ti is, Wm 'Smith, James
Chlsolro, W E Mannlug, Jame.-j-uipe, Paul
Chismain, Sam- M an in, W K Spiro, Albert P
uel B McBetb.Rh hard Ispiuuey. Chas
''layton, Jehu Machet!, Mr C A
Cohen, T F - Mackenzie, Ma- SieniraerrnaDn,
Cooper, Dan son Wm A
Cohen. N A Ulgget, Edward Sttdman, Duk^s
Cross, M W Mllitr, P 1. ,t Co,
Culp. W L Mitchell A S wee- -teankln, Dead
Darby. Fnl ? n y, nek
Dav s, W b ...Mo in ague. Jas S straub, Dr Geo
Davis, W S ?Moonev, James starr. Win S
Deivan. Eddy M-Tall, Kev JLO stivckliiie, Wal
Deweese, Oros F ter
peiuss Morley, Frank P stuart, T S
Dixon, Henry ttourgeou, S E surwarez, Al
Dl8her, R W Moor. Lawrence fred
Disher, Robert Morgan. Owen Symmons, J F
Doran, Enos T Morrissey, Tho Thompson, Ed
Drumniond, El- Mulilngs, Mr II gar W
'^taTa " I A Tiiorburn, G M
Dryer, A H Murdock, Jno II Agent.
Dunn. John i McGuire, Thom Th.-ma^. Wm
Ellery, John as Tuohey. J M
Euglebeit. G McNamre, J.mu Topi*. Adam
Fabian, H ?Nolls, Robert roue John
Ferie, Cnaa Norton, Henry j Tucker. E C
Pink, WUh IXowliu, Jehu iTriial. Jas
Fields, John D jO'Bryau, John luibrlch, Chas
Finley, Jr,.'ohu I O'Neil. Jacob Vnrrens, Du
Flem ng, li ?oppenheim, J J Ju:iu
Flynn. Janr.S .Owens, Levy G ?Wt bb, P G
Frohue, P (Owens. Kubin Ware, James n
Ganten, Luden Parsons, Chas |\\ebb. G ll
Geij s, Allison li ear-on, Bil | Webster, Chas
civet s. L A ??.'liickiiey, Wm i K
Orlessi.aber A- G .'White, A
Reinhard, ii'rioe, Paris IWiilte, JA
Gray, w N tauackenbosb, IwidUiasJoshaa
Grey,Jackson I KL j Wilhams, B
Green, John ?Qnimi'V. E T j custon, isaac
Grant, Hacker juantm. J M j Wp thington,
lu* .Reid, George I: WUJ
Dales, JU J Kee? I, chas Wir-rdcman,
.I Rivers, Nut | Eide
03" Persons depositing letta* ii: the i'ostoillce
will please rlace the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will als"
please to remember that without the stamp a le'
ter oannot be maded, bat wiU bc sent to the Dea
Letter Office .
BOSKCSB BNV?LUPKS-Tan NEWS .Job OUia
ls now prepared to furnish good envelopes, with
business cards printed thereon, at $-1 per thous
and. Send your orders. Every merchant anti
business <nnn should have his card printed on
MATTERS IN WASHINGTON.
WASHINGTON, May 12.
It is understood that the sub-committee ol
seven ol the outrage committee will sit in
Washington to take testimony.
The Senate committee on foreign relations
reported progress in examining the treaty,
and after appointing a committee to investi?
gate the premature publication of the treaty,
adjourned to Menday.
SOUTHERN BAPTIST CONVENTION
ST. Loris, May 12.
The Southern Baptist Convention convened
this morning. Several hundred delegates
were present. Rev. T. A. Mill, of Georgia,
was re-elected president. Rev. Mr. Williams,
of the Theological Seminary, at Greenville, S.
C., delivered the sermon. Various reports
THE POUNDING MATCH.
BUFFALO, May 12.
The Mace-Coburn fight ls postponed to June
2. Coburn and Mace had been sparring shy
for a long time when the magistral and
sheriff entered the ring. While the magistrate
was reading the !aw he was robbed of a thirty
guinea watch. There were no arrests.
SPARKS FROM THE WIRES.
-Sir John Frederick William Herschel, oniy
6on ol the astronomer, is dead, aged 73.
-Little progress is made in adjusting the
Pennsylvania coal mining troubles.
-The yellow fever in Buenos Ayres is
lrightful. -Business is entirely suspended, and
the eily, to a great extent, is deserted. The
customhouse and all the banks are closed. The
ravages will apparently only cease for want of
THE WEATHER THIS DAT.
WASHINGTON, May 12.
It Is probaole that by Saturday morning the
storm prevailing in the Southern States will
have moved northeastward, with light rains
and winds on the middle Atlantic coast. No
serious disturbance is apprehended in that,
region. Fresh winds, and cloudy weather will
probably prevail oh Saturday on the lakes.
B U 8 F N E 8 S NOTICES.
MKS. PARTINGTON ON WILSON'S DOLLAU T?
Mrs. Panhtgtun say3 that "Wilson's grocery ls a
.nice institution, but she thinks she can't patron?
ize him much longer, as her son Ike wants Wil?
son's tea three.times a day. when If she gets an
article from any place els.' he never touches it."
And the old lady threw down her knitting nee?
dles, and,.with a heavy said : "ike's extrava?
gance must be nipped in the bud; butt will have
to use Wilson's u-a-no other kind -nits me."
Have you tjrled my dollar tea? No. 306 King
A nox containing one quire of Note Paper,
with Envelopes to match, for iSC, at
CHAS. C. RlOIITEB'S,
maylS-stuth. Hasel street Bazaar.
IF YOU would have new life, . 7 blood and re?
newed vigor, use Uelmbold's Grape Pills. Purify
the blood and beautify the complexion by the use
of Uelmbold's Extract Sarsaparilla. They are no
cheap patent medicines, but thoroughly pharma?
ceutical, and are not equalled by any Eng' sh or
F; ench preparation.
THE ATTENTION OF WATCH-BUYEBS is called
to our large stock of Waltha n .Watches. These
Watches have been long kuown throughout the
Cotted States as tim best and cheapest in thc
market. All Watches guaranteed. . .
W. CAKIUNGTOS A Co.,
maris _ No. 236 KlngBtreet
CROQUET ! CROQUET ! ! -CROQUET ! ! !-Im?
mense reduction in price I The largest Field
croquet at $4.
ll ASEL STRSXT BAZAAR AND NO. lot KINO ST.
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI !-A royal game ol
India. . Il ASEL STREET BAZAAR,
apr20 And No. 161 King Street.
ATTKNTION, TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic view?
>i Charleston and vicinity, at No. 161 King street,
or at the Hasel street Bazaar.' novl2
NEW ?'ORK LEDGER, WEEKLT, SATURDAY
NIGHT and FIRE SIDS COMPANION, six cents a
copy, at No. 161 King stree:. may3
MARK TOUR CLOTHING !-Order yonr Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street -Bazaar. oct ii-rs
COMMERCIAL XE WU.
LfVBEPOOL- Per British bark Volage-65 bacs
sea Island cotton, 2318 bale? upland cotton, Ml
bags cotton seed, ISO tons phosphate rock.
BOSTON-Per Behr David Miller-701 bids rosin.
300 bbls spirits turpentine, 23 bbls pitch. 1 hhd
glass, 1 bund.e lead, 13 hhds Iron, 50 tons louse
PHILADELPHIA-'Per steamship Vlriglnla-151
bales cotton. 72 tierce- rice, 772 bois naval stores,
238 bales yarns and domestics. 277 packages vege?
tables, 10.C00 feet lumber, lo casks clay and sun
Tile Charleston Cotton, Klee and Naval
OFFICE CnARLK^Tn;: Saws. I
FRIDAY EVENING, May 12,1571. j
COTTON.-The market was stronger but unset?
tled, the stock being light and held at. higher tlg
uies, which buyers were generally unwilling to
meet; quotations were conseuuently nominal.
Snlcs 250 bales, say l at 10, 4 at ll, 3 at ll>?, 12 at
12, 5 at 12.'?, 4 at MX, 45 at 13, 17 at 13#, 1 at 14,
9 at 14A?, 95 at 14>ic, 40 on private terms.
RICE.-This grain was at steady raies. Sales
130 lierces or clean Carolina nt 8??e lt. We
quote: C.imtnun to rair clean Carolina ats-OSJi
good 8','@SJ?c ? lb.
NAVAL STOKES.-The market was quiet and
without t ales of note.
MtKiuiiTii. - To Liverpool, ry steam' direct,
iemlaal on uplands : via New York,
un upliuds ; ld on sea islands ; by sa;.,
%'\ ou upland?, Sid ou sea islands. .Tu
davie uonviuai. coastwise-io Nsw . Tfd:>*?
jy steam, >?c on upla:i;l? and \c cn .-. u
island-;; $i 25y tierce uu nee; by su-i. =i : <* lb .
sotten;-*P titree ou rice: izc V larrc-i on res;n ;
trites v M eu ?umber; *9y;jo y M. ou tituber. ;
Boston, by sail, j,'c 'S lb on upland co::.;:.
To Providence, by sail $S "fl M cn boar.*.?,
V rb on colton; by steam $l ? ea.'e on Ntw
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. S'c tp ir?
on uplands; by sai!, J7 *?j. M on bosr.ls; $3 oti
?amber; S3 9 ton on e!ay,".MJtU3$3 ?o on Phos
phaics. Tb rainmore, hy steam, ?ic .* b b:
sail, ?? 5U?07 a w ou beards; |.3@? f , "
;nogphate rock. * Vessels are m demand bj
rar merchant* to. take iururcr freights ihm
?corgetowu, s. c.Jiarien and Sat! ;.i inver, t;..
md Jacksonville, ila., tr: Northern 'urti. uu?i ft.
&!2 fi M are thc ra'?? ou lamber and bi ards.
?xci?AN(iS.-s;e:?mx KD .?ny billa 21?;.
joHxsTjc EsctiAS-j?. - The -.-.?KS p3rc.1a.-e
light checks at j? oil to par, and sell at -4' pre
Markets by Telegraph.
MO* KV MAItKETS.
NEW YOKE, May l2->oou.-Freights firm, i
Governments very dull, hut uuciiaugcd. --locks
very duli anti heavy, ?"tales t-tioii? end ac?
tive Money easy nt 4. Guid steady at ll',.
Sterling IO??; long Ju.Vi : .-hort lnjf.
Evenliij!.-Money easy ut 3al National D?tes
H*K illfCOUnt. Ster.ln^ qu'ut ?ind linn. Gold
li.\?all"-i. Governmeut-i closed Brm, with ad?
vance of \i on 62's, 4's aud 5'f. Southerns . t
second call were Uniter, south Carolinas mure
active. Tennessees 7i)j?; new 70. Virginias 6?:
new 71 >?. Louisianas 08; new t?2; levees 70; e?ghis
84. Alabamas IU3; lives 7u. Georgias 85; sevens
91. North Cai'OhUiiS 47)?; new 26)2 South Caro?
linas 73; nt w 03. Stocks active; low priced have
preference. Specie shipments to-morrow esti?
mated at half a million.
LIVERPOOL, May 12- Noon.-Cotton quiet and
steady; nplandu 7"i; orleans 1%; sales 10,000
baleH; sales for the week 78,000 bales; for export
l?,00O;for speculation 10,000; stock 986,000; Amer?
ican 592,000; receipts 48,000; American 32,000; ac?
tual export 32,000. Sales of mlatlllngs, on named
ships at Charleston or Savannah, 7#d;at New
Evening.-Cotton close<l with a hardening ten?
dency; uplands 7J<d; Orleans 7?id; sales 12,000
bales; to speculation and export, 3000; sales on
shipboard at New Orleans, 7r??d; at Savannah or
Charleston, 7'i^d. Stock afloat, 469,000 bales, of
which 240,000 are American.
NEW TOBE, May 12-Noon.-Cotton firm; up?
lands J5*ic; orleans 10c; sales 3000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales of 51S6 bales;
uplands l?J?c; Orleans 16c.
BOSTON, May 12.-cotton firm; middlings 15*?c;
gross receipts 49 bales; exports to Great Britain l;
sales 400; stock li.ooo; net receipts of the week
503; gross receipts 42C0; exports to Great Britain
170; sales of the week 3150.
BALTIMORE, May 12.-Cotton strong; middlings
15,Vc; net receipts MO; gross 554; exports coast?
wise 3; sales 700; stock 4015; net receipts of tn e
week 550; gross 1100; exports to Great Britain 895;
coastwise 495; sales of the week 24&0 bales.
NORFOLK, May 12.-Cotton Arm; low middling
13%c: net rec-ipts 550; exports coastwise 160;
sales 50; stock 1602; net receipts of the week 1602;
receipts of the week 2400; exports coastwise 6055;
sales of thc week 300 bales.
WILMINGTON*. May 12.-Cotton Arm; middlings
14c; net receipts 25 bales; exports coastwise 559;
sales 14; stock 1546: net receipts of the week 2C3;
exports coastwise 1050; salt s of the week 101.
SAVANNAH. I'ay 12 -Cotton In good demand atr
advanced prices: middling l4Jial6c; net receipts
082 bales; exports cou3tw.se 442; sales 450; stock
32,416; net receipts Io. lio weeK 497C; exports to
Grear. Britain 39ti;'contiaer.t 7070;coastwise 1820;
sales for the week 3700.
MOBILE, .May ic-Middlings 15c: net receipts
ClO.balcs; exports tb Great Britain 3695; coastwise
1959: sales 400; stock 25.2.14; net receipts of the
week 386; exports to Great Britain 8843; Continent
1200: coastwise 4363; sales of the week 3500.
NEW ORLEANS, May 12.-Cotton active, at full
prices: middlings I5,l?al5??c: net reeeipts 4789
bales; gross 5298; exports to Great Britain 8207; to
llavrp 5S?5; to Barcelona 1260; sales 6000 ; 6lock
140,774; net receipts of the week 10,230; gross
21,554; exports to Great Britain 1011; to Havre
10,110; to Brenen 1770; to Queenstown 1028; to
Hamburg 2u08: to Cork 4207; to Barcelona 1260; to
Antwerp 1527; to Bordeaux 165; to Veracruz 271;
coastwise 3314; Rales of the week 30.000 bales.
GALVESTON. May 12.-Cotton steady and In fair
demand; good ordinary 12J,fal3c; net receipts
927 bah s; exports coastwise 455; sales 900; stock
59,227; net receipts of Hie week 6313; exports to
Great BrHsJn 0127: continent 729; oastwise 1583;
sales o' Hie week 900.
PROVISIONS ANH PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 12-Noon.-Flour 27s. Corn,
new-34s 6d. Fork declining.
NEW YORE. May 12-Noon.4-Flour dull and
heavy. Wheat dull and declining. Corn a shade
Urmer. Fork ?ieady. Lard qi.let. Turpentine
dull at 52>ic. Rosin Bteady ; straiucd $2 37%.
Mew York Rice Market.
From the Datly Bulletin, Wednesday, May ?0:
Thc regular season for domestic may be consider?
ed as pretty nearly over, and the small remain
Inir stocks area sort of fancy articles, held fora
certain ?-pedal trade and naturally at full figures.
We note sales lc t he retail lots of 50 tierces at
6?f?a9,*?c for ordinary " to prime Carolina. .On
lortigu Hie market is a little blt demoralized, and
thoinrii conducted quleik we have good reason
for stating that a large "amount of stock has or
?ate bi eu-quietly nmoaded by Importers both
from parcels on sp t and to arrive: i'hlp ls In the
main in response to the Liverpool market, which
has of lute weakened considerably under the-in?
fluence of a pretty large'accumulation on hand
and the unexpected appearance, of a vessel
through the Suez canal with a cargo of Patna
many weeks ahead of thc usual lime for the ar?
rival ot ;he new crop. We learn of 200 bags Ran?
goon at 0Jrfa7c; lOObags Patna at 7??c;90O bags
Patna and luce bags Rangoon on -private terms,
and other parcels are rumored, but particulars
not for Ute present reported.
From tire" Journal or Commerce: There is a fair
business doing In foreign,, but at a shade easier
rates. The stock ls I arge, and wit li considerable
quantities on the way holders are anxious to re?
alize. Wc notice sales of luO bags Patna nt ">ic
currency; ?00 bags ditto. In u?nd, ou private
terms; 250 bags Kangoon. duty rald..at?6Ma7c,
currcncy.i'.nd lOtO bags ditto, in bond, at. abouf
3,'io, gold. Domestic ls ?ca? ce. and, being In
moderate request, com ai and A ?uil rn?e.-; Tu tes.
sold at SJ?auj?c.
IfeW York Naval Stores Market.
From tho Journal of Commerce, Wednesday.
May 10: Spirits turpentine opened with a dull
market, with buyers generally awaitingthe effect
01 the fupplirs by steamers about due. There
were more sellers, and prices run down to 50c; at
this llgure the demand was rather more active,
and ai the close there seems to be a disposition
among a few parties to buy in pretty freely.
Sales embrace 200 bbls lu merchantable order, to
arrive, ut 50c; 45 bbls on st it sec. and 50 bbls
in lou at 50.152!?c. closing ni ..oom 51c. Rosins
The market remulns Arm for strained, 'with a few
small lots taken, for shipment. The fine grades
are In belier stock, and lower prices are submit
ted to. Best virgin win not bring over $7. Sales
embrace 600 bbls strained on private terms: 700
bbls lo A- No 2 at $2 50. and loo bbls extra pale at
?6. Thc lot or 1500 bbls strained in yesterday's
issue bronchi $2 40. We quote strained nt $2 40;
No 2 at $2 50a2 05; No 1 at f 3a4; pale at $4 25a5 50;
extra pale and virgin at $6a7. Tar ls selling In
small lois at steady price-; 50 bb.s Wilmington
sold at $2 60 In yn?d. Wo quote nt $2 40 for
Wasuiugton.aiiU $2 00 for Wiliutugton se.ectcd.
Interior Cotton Markets.
I CHARLOTTE, May 10.-Sales to-day 45 bales at
1 G.'iiil tc. Market qu:e\
COLUMBIA, May 10.-Only a few buyers were
operatdig. They were offering lfL-ialS&c, basis
middling. Mai kel closed quio. Sales 288 bales;
receipts nc bales; bhi; niants 195 balts.
MON rcOMEKY, May 10-Cotton is in lair de
marni for the better grades, which art scarce; low
SELMA, May 10:-There were sales yesterday
to the amount ol' 80 bales; low middlings 13??a
I3??c; strict good ordinary 12.'.?c. Market quiet,
wini but little etieriog.
llocslpis by*llaiiroaat. May 13.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
679 bales cition, 55 bales goods, So bbls flour,
14 cara lumber, 1 car stock. io? Railroad Agent,
"AitS-Sinun. LD DeSau-sure,Mowry A Son. Tclzer.
"Rodgers .t c, Caldwell A Son, AV W Smith, G H
Waller A co, ir Fulliii, O A Qraeser, Wiss A co, A
B Mulligan, .-loan & t-clgnious. Frost, A Adger, T
P Smith. W M Bud A co, U Gobia A- co, L Deliz,
Lat.rey A Alexander. K M Butler A Son, Treu
holm A- Son, G S Cameron, and Bollmaun Bros.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, fr m Beaufort and Pa
clile Landing-Col II ? Taft, lady and two chil?
dren. Mrs E U Bennett. Dr J 01i\er, Dr*Warner,
W ll Duuuemjtli, and 3 deck.
MAXINE NEU ti.
CHARLESTON. S. C.-?..MAY 13, 1871.
Lat 32 deg 4G min 33 sec. | Lon 7'i deg 57 min 27 sec.
Steamship Falcon, Haynie, Baltimore-\pn 9th
instant. Mdse. To Mordecai A co. P 0 Tren
holm, S C Railroad Agent, N E Railroad'Agcnt, H
Cob a .fe .co, Si edens, Werner A Ducker, E R Ouw
perthWiUt, J Thomson .t cd. W B Smith A- co, J C
U Ottiusse?, Wageuer A Monies, 0 Litienthul .fe
co, M Lulus, w ii Chufee A co, Walker. Evans A
i ogawi'D, I. lt Uroadbcrt. Macqueen A Riecke, 0
Chitins. P li Ha lane A co, J ll<'e.-e::)nn .fe Bro, B
Feidmanu A co. T J Kerr A co, H Uischod A co, ll
Leidlug. J M-Eason, J P Taylor A co, B O'Neill, F
L u'Nt.ll. Crtyie, UoyisiQn .fe co, J JJ Aiken ?fe co.
Kavent! ?fe Holmes, Klinck, Wickeuberg .v co, J
Wietels, and Ma?toue A co.
Biitish baik Ranger, Cox, Gloucester, Mass-25
days. Ballast. To B a Rhett ?fe aou.
spanish bark Carmen. Battle, St Jago de Cuba
-25 days Ballast. To .v P Hall.
Commercial Llue sehr Harry C Sheppntd, Crark,
New York-IS days. Mdze. To H F Baker ?t co,
Railroad Aged., Goodrich, Whitman A co, ? U
S l'tux, Kt.as ?fe Bros, Osttudorir .fe co, R White, K
ll Oarduer, Wagener A MoiiSees, ll Klaue A co, E
M Grimke, J Huikauip A co. W U Chuleo .fe ce. C
w williams A co, Eu t owperthwult. Cameron,
Barkley A- co. Whittcmore A Rhodes, O F Witters,
j Gorham, Holmes Gauler .fe co. L oiiapin, w jt M.
J M Ea-ou A- Uro, J CU A co, and others.
Sehr S L Russell, smith. Philadelphia-10 days.
Mdse. To H F Baker .fe co. Railroad .Agent, H A
Hue, O W Wu.lams A co t unieron, Barkley A co,
H Bischoff A e, Dr'll Bacr, Ravcnei. Holmes .fe
co, U Sicnken. J N Robson. C D Franke. O F Pank
mu, Howie, Moise A Davis, W il Chafen A co. P B
l.alane .fe cn, Goldsmith A Son, and O F Wieters.
Sehr A F Fabens, lira. g. Providence, lt 1-14
da> s. Ballast. To L T Pot ter.
Sehr Lucy 1), Hu??, New Orleans-12 days.
Cuni. To T Tupper A Sons, and W H Junes A co.
Sehr Aim s Deas, Garbnul. West Point Mili. 20
tierces rice. To Wai C Bee A co.
Steamer l'Ilot BOT. sly, Be.itifort and Pacific
Lauding, s hilts sea island cotton, ?c. To J D
Aiken .fe co. Baveiiei * co. .1 Cfllcock .fe co. Wm M
Bird .v co, C 1 il s Taft, and Terry A Noleu.
Skien .Nestor, Joe, Satucc. 59J bushels rough
rice. To G 11 Iiiuraham A son.
Sloop Orteuieur. Nicholas, Mtratee sie btikhtia
rough rice, lo \\ 0 Bte i co.
steamship Virginia, Hunter, Philadelphia- W
A Ct urieuay.
B'ltlsn b .rs Volage, Mav, Liverpool-Hunt Bros
Scar David Miller, R gors, Boston-Street Droa
SAILED YKSTEKD? V.
steams,.;;i Virginia, Hunter, PhiUuleiphia.
^Fiend: b:ig Dauphin, Blanche; tr, Wilmington,
Steam lug Emma, Recd, Philadelphia.
FROM rms PORT.
Steamship sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore, 11th
aclu- B N Hawkins, Wyatt, Bostou, May 9.
CP FOI! THIS POitT.
Sehr Mary A Holt,-, at Boston. May 9.
CLEAR Kl) FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowd!, at New Yoik,
May 10. , .
The sehr Ocean 'traveller, from Charle.-tcn 'or
Baltimore, arrived at Fortress Monroe May 10. ?
Unction SaU?-'-ifjatnrt Waris.
By W. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BR?NS,
SALE POSTPONED TO MONDAY, 15TH
inst.-Positive Sale ander foreclosne mort?
. Will be sold on MONDAY, the 15th day of May,
ar. No. 29 Hayue street, running through to No. 62
Market street, at 10 o'clock, and continued from
dav to day until the entire stock la disposed of,
The larire and well assorted STOCK of Messrs.
Wm. 0. Wtutden Sc Co., consisting In part of:
Domestic and lmnorted WHITE C RAN1T? C. C.
and DIPPED WARE, in whole packages and In
email lots from shelves.
Varied srock of GLASSWARE, Lamps and Lamp
Fixtures, AC. ?c., and such articles asare usually
found in a flrskoiass wholesale Crockery Empo?
. Fixtures, Desks, and Iron Safe.
Parnc3 oesirine catalogues wiil make applica?
tion at No. 29 riayne street.
Terms cash. Goods packed at customary rates
by experienced packers. mayl2
By VT. Y. LEITCH & R. S. BRUNS,
SOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE LOT,
east side of Meeting street, at Auction, by or?
der of thc board of Directors.
will be sold on THUKSDAY, the 23d instant, at
the Old Postortlce. Broad street, at ll o'clock,
The above*described L^T OF LAND, measuring
80 feet front OD Meeting street by 130 feet In dept h
Terms cash. Purchaser to pay us-for papers and
E"S S ELS*''W A N TE D,
To load for NEW YORK,-Philadelphia,
Boston, Sound Ports and Cuna. Cargoes_
ready. Apply to Ii. F. BAKER Sc CO.,
may 13-2 , Central Wharf.
BALL, small capacity, StlnsoD, Master._
having a large portion or her cargo engaged and
going on board, will meet with dispatch.
For engage nents, apply to
W. B. SMITH Sc CO.,
mayll-ths2 Napier's Range.
The Al Iron Clipper Ship REMINGTON,
John F. Fowler, Master, wants600 bales cot?
ton to compleie cargo. Apply to
may3 HENRY CARO.
JP O K N E W Y 0 II ff
ON TUESDAY, MAY IGTII, AT C O'CLOCK
NEW IRON STEUM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1ST0.
Si.ATK-ltOO.irs ALL ON DECK.
TrcSpleudid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GKORGIA, Orowell, Commander, will sail for New
York on TCESDAV, May 16th, at six o'clock P.
M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
'Hie S'Mith, Carolina having hauled off for usual
docking and painting, the popular Side Wheel
Steamsuip CHARLESTON, t'aprain Berry, will
take her pHce, and sall on WKDNKSDAY MORNING,
241 li Instant, at lb o'clock, from Adger's Wharf.
Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, lloston, Provideuce and the New Eug
lund Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
Insurance by Steamers of this Line a per cent.
For freight Engagements or Passage, bavins
very line state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.. No. 2G Broad'street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Onion Wharves.
0 R_ N E W y 0 ll K.
OLD LINK yaW VOIt.M AND CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED 184 6.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS
Tho very rast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships or this Line will sall from Adger's south
Wharf as follows :
JAMES ADGEK, SATCRDAY, May 13th, at 1 o'clock
CUAMPION, SATURDAY, May 20th, at 6 .o'clock
P. Wi-1- 1
JAMES ADGER, SATUUDAY.May 27th, at 12 o'clock
49-Insurauce ii percent, by this Line.
Sa* Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool", Boston. Providence and the Nejv Eng?
land manufacturing towns at thc lowest market
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply te
mayl_ JAMES ADGER A .CU.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE 'CITIES OF THE .NORTHWEST.
The ace Stc-umsnlp FALCON, Hayule, Com?
mander, will sail for Baili inure ou TUESDAY, loth
May, at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.
Ao" Phtlaiierptna Freights lorwarded ;o tun:
city by railroad from Baltimore without nedi
numil insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time.rosample and sell their GoodB from
the Railroad Depot 111 Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent,
mnyl0-6 ?_No. 3 Union Wharves.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMP?*
rnuocoB MKS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN
FAKES GREATLY REDUCED.
steamers ol the eb uve iineict-.vc Pier
Nr-. 42. North ?liver, fool. of Caual2jAlB
?tr^t. Xftw York, ax 12 o'clucK huun, or tue ism
ind ;;o:ii of every mon Hi (except when Uie-t
.tates lol; on Sunday, then 1 ?te. saturday psevea
:ng- ? '.: ...
All departures connect at Panama wu: steam*
ers for sonili IVcihu and ceuiral American ports.
' l)eparture*of 15th toucnes at Kingston, Jamaica.
For Japan nod China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every mouth, except when lt rails on
Sunday; then un Hie day preceding.
No CalifoiIlia steamers toucji nt Havaua, bu
.rn direct from New York tu AspinwalL
Gnc iiuudretl pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance nee.
For Passage Tickets or'other iniormaiion arni
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFIc'E, on the
wharf fool of Cona! stree;, North River, Ne?
V orfc. # F. R. BABY, Agent.
^TTEEKLI LINE TO SAVANNAH,
THROUGH BY DATLI013T.
POE PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT. H1LT0>
HEAD. SAVANNAH, DARIEN AND
The favorite steamer
Captain L. W. BURKS,
will receive i;re;gi.t at Accommoda- r
tion wharf for above points 'every^taSSSSS?
TUESDAY, and leave every WEDNESDAY MORNING,
at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah same evening,
and leaving for Danen, Ac, on the following
Returning, will leave Savannah ror Charleston
every MONDAY .MURSIKG, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or pansage, apply"io 1
RAVEN EL. HOLMES ic CO.,
raay6 No. 17? Ea*: i:av.
R BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain
J. W. Sly. will leave every Tmnts- _
DAY MORNING, at 8 o.'clock, as above, K-.-Iurning,
will leave u-aufor: FRIDAY MORNING, at 3 o'clock.
marji J. D. AlttEJ?, Agent.
Tte Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. - .^rc*?'w
C. White, will leave Chariest on ?SuEfii
every WEDNESDAY NIGHT, at 0 O'CIOCK, and
Georgetown every FRIDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
For engagements apply on board or to
N. B.-Freight will be received on days of Ball?
SHACKELFORD ls. KFLLY, Agents.
mayi3 _No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
JpOR GARDNER'S BLUFF, S. C.,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The Steamer "GENERAL MANI
GAULT." Captain Wa'ts, is now re-_
cetvlog Freight at Boyce's Whan, and win
as above THIS NIGHT, May 13th.
For engagements, apply to
SHACKELFORD ft'KELLY, Agents.
mayl3-l_ No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
?poR EDisTOf ENTERPRISE AND WAY
INLAND ALL THE WAY.
The Steamer WATER LILY, Cap- _ -?IC*j^
tain Peter Tcgllo, will receive haSkwS?m
Freight at South Atlantic Wharf, on MONDAY? and
THURSDAYS, leaving tor the above polntn on
TUESDAYS and FRIDAYS. Returning, will leave
Edisto on WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
For Freight engagements and passage apply on
board, or to DOUGLAS NISBET.
mayl2_South Atlantic Wharf.
JgXCURSION TO ST. AUGUSTINE AND
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER, FLORIDA.
The splendid and fast Steamer - . .r,TT"CBi?,
DICTATOR, Captain L. M CMxetter,?^g???&S?.
will leave Charleston, TUESDAY, May lbtu, ut uaii
past 8 P. M., on an Excursion to Florida, arriving
at Savannah early on WEDNESDAY, and renam?
ing there until afternoon, affording ample tliaeto
visit Buenaventura and other points of lntoresf
LeaviDg at 3 o'clock P. M., will arrive at SU Au?
gustine THURSDAY MORNING, where a most agree?
able day may be spent inspecting the ancient
Spanish Fortress, the Cathedral, and other "elles
of tne tiret seulement on the Continent, In stiling
OD the Bay or visiting the Orange Groves cf the
neighborhood. Leaving st. Augustine, or Fr IDA Y
MORNING, the Dictator will pass up the St. John's
to Palatka, by daylight, stopping at all points of
interest, thus affording a rare opportunity o ' see?
ing, to the best advantage, the most beautiful of
Returning will leave Jacksonville SATUTDAY,
Fernandina the same afternoon, arriving r,t Sa?
vannah SUNDAY MORNING, and Charleston SUN?
Fnre for round trip, $18.
No extra charge Tor Meals or Staterooms.
mavr-U , ? HAVEN EL A COy; jgWj*
OR F LOR IDA,
rue steamer DICTATOR, captain r ^jr"f*L
L. M. Ooxetter, will leave Southern^E^aagC
Wharf every TUJ?SIIA ? HVBKfr?, ht is3u o-i-iock,
(until further notice,) for Jacksonville, Fe san
dina and Palatka, arriving baa; ai charlton
every SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
m ay ll_KAVENEL ? CO.. Age: its,
?pOR NORTH EDISTO, BEAUFORT AND
. PACIFIC LANDINC.
Tlie Steamer PILOT BOY. captain ,
J. W. sly, wUl leave Central Wa?XtjsBBm
for the above poluts every MONDAYMOBMNU, ai *
o'clock, and, returning, wiil leave Hcanfort ever?
TUESDAY, at 8 o'clock A. M., nnd Edisto at 3 P. M.
mani J. 1). AIKEN, Agent.
OR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN.
The steamer PLANTER, Captain
H. s. Qordes, ls now receivbgc_
Freight ar. Accommodation Wharf, and win eave*
on MONDAY.NIGUT, the 16th instaut.
For Freight ur'Passage, having stateroom ac?
commodations, applv to
RAVENEL. HOLMES * CO ,
raayl2-3 No. 177 East Bay.
UJcUcljcs, icujclrn, &t.
WHILDEN & CO.'S STOCK
AT PRIVATE SALE,
AT AND BELOW.COST,
^In order to accommodate Ladles and ochers
who have been unable to attend'the auction a field
nightly, at the store of W. G. WHILDEN A CO., In
Klug si rcet, corner of Beaurain street, the auc dons
at this store will be suspended during the week
commencing MONDAY. 8th instant.
The store will be opea EVERY, DAY DUBING ms
wEEft, at usual business hours, when the eatlre
remaining stock of Jewelry, China, Glassware
and Fancy Goods will be orftred at private sale
at and bel iw cost.
Ladles are especially luvlted lo call and exam?
ine the stock.
N. B.-The wholesale Stock of CROCKERY, Ac,
of W. G. will LD EN A CO., ut No. 26 Hay ne street,
will be offered at auction, commencing TUSSOAY,
9th instant, at 10 A. M. maye
ALL, BLACK ? CO.,
Nos. 5C? and 507 BROADWAY, N. Y.
STERLING SILVER FOHKS AND SPOONS
In quantity, at
tl 75- GOLD PER OUNCE. '
ThCtie Goods are pronounced superior In beauty
of nnlsh, and greawr la variety of pattern, to any
Table Ware manufactured.'
A LA1WE STOCE OF
CONSTANTLY ON HAND,
Uaols, Sijucs, Ut.
o T i C E
lHE "STAR" BOOT AND SHOE STORE
OPENS Tn ts DAY,
No.-142 KING STREET, EAST'SIDE, BETWEEN
HUDSON AND JOHN,
(BELOW Du. Least's DRUG STORE.;
Cnstomers can depend upon our Goo-is b'jlng
Sold (. heap, as they are Bought for Cash, and our
mol to is . Quick Sales aiul MU.III Piolits."
W. B. BURKE. W. C. CHAPMAN A CO. .
JDOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS.
Receiving ..:is day per Steamships Geo! (fia,
from New York, Fall River, irom Philadelphia,
assi-rieil invoices ul FINE 13U0I'S AND SHOES,
lu addition to thc choice selection ulwayr tn
.stock 1 keen lUuseUAJH/i SCREW WIRE WATER
Sohl Cheap at EDWARD DALY'S,
mar-22 No. lui Meeline street.
By Fail River Steamship from Philadelphia thi
day lam receiving a fresa supply or. those Gent's
Hand-Sewed Mafric Fitting FRENCH CALF
BUUTS. With much time and labor, I have the
same fur Buys and Gents.
mnrSS No". 121 Meei im: streut.
IJIO TUE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Plea-e inform the numerous readers of -onr
paper lhat Hie AMERICAN GAITER. Patented, or
the Shoe ol the Future, is a success. To .sr.] ply
the demands uf tue Trade, another invoice to-lay
by Fall Uiver, rroui Philadelphia.
Sold by EDWARD DALY.
marSS No. 121 Meeting sireer.
BOOTS & SHOES,
For Wet Weather, For Dry Weather.
For Youths, For Ase,
For Gentlemen, For Ladies.
y\ FUT i he City, For the Conni ry,
ForTHrtiifr,'. For Walkin?.
For Fishing, For Hunting.
SOLD UY DKALERS CVF.RYWIIEUE.
See that every one bears the Patent Stamp,
may 11-1 mo
(Eloping axis Jtmufiljing <&ooi*.
SPRING CLOTH I NS.
Ko. 291 KING STREET,
CORNER OP WENTWORTH.
Ah extensive assortment o?
SPRING- AND SUMMER
made up for the trade of this city, now offered at
LOW PRICES. Io the stock will be found the
following Styles of snits :
SCOTCH CHEVIOT MORNING AND DERBY
French Batiste Morning and Derby Snits
SUk Mixed Morning and Derby Snits ; ? '
Diagonal and Crape Coating Morning and Derby
Suits ' .
Blue and Black Flannel Morning and Derby Suits
Light Mixed Cassi mere Morning and Derby Salts.
BOYS' AaD MW SUITS.
SACKS, DERBY AND MORNING COAT SC1T8,.
for ages of from 5 to 17 years. ,
A full supply of all kinds-UNDERSHIRTS AND
DRAWERS, GLOVES, SCARFS, BOWS, 4c, Ofthe
STAR SHIRTS AND COLLARS
I, A- FULL SUPPLY OF ALL QUALITIES.
Offers FRENCH, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN
SUMMER CLOTHS, COATINGS, BATISTE, CHE?
VIOT AND FANCY CASSIMERES, of select pat?
terns and shades, whlch'wUi be made to order in
the best manner, at MODERATE PRICES.
B. W. McTUREOUS, Superintendent.
C O L L A. K S .
CANES AND UMBRELLAS,
TRliNif? & TRAVELLING BIGS
OF THE ABOVE GOODS IN THE
AND AT PRICES TO SUE
j. H. LAWTON & CO.,
ACADEMY OF AIUSK BUILD INt?.