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JXEUS OF XSTBRBST FROM THE
Relisions Services for To-Motrow, Sun?
day. May 19,1873.
Church of the Huiy Communion-corner of
Ashley and Cannon i-uveis-10 30 A. M. Morn?
ing Prayer. Sermon by Rev. J. D. McCullough.
Evening Prayer, ai 5 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth streel, near
Gleoe-10 30 A. M. Moruine Prayer. Ser?
mon by Rev. C. C. Pinckney, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 5 P. M.
bl. John's Chap-1-corner of Amherst and
Hanover aire?is-10 30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. John W. Motte. Evening
Prayer at 4.30 P. M:
St. Luke's Cnnrch-corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte stree 8-10 30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. P. F. Stevens. Ever
lng Prayer aud Sermon at 5 P. M. Sunday
Sonool al 9 A. M.
St. Michael's Church-corner of Broad and
Meei lng streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. R. S. Trupler, rector. Eve-1
olag Prayer at 6 P. M.
8u Pau'rt Church-Coming, near Warren J
street-10.30 A. M. Morning Pra\er. Sermon I
by Rev. James H. Ei.lott, rector. Evening !
Prayer at 6 P. M. !
St. Pol lp'u Church-Church street, between
ween aud Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Moraine I
rayer. Sermon oy Rev. B. F. D. Perry. I
Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Su stephen'* Chapel-Anson street, between I
Soolety aud George-10.30 A. M. Morning I
Pra?er. Sermon bv B-v. N B. Fu?W. Even-1
lng Prayer ac 5 P. M. Sermon by Rev. P. F. I
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite I
Archdale-Rev. Dank 1 J. Quigley, pastor; j
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Ma-s at I
7 aud 9 A. M. H'gh Mass ai. 10.30 A. M. Ves- I
pei s and Benediction at 6 P. M. Sunday- J
school at 9 A. 'M.
St, Joseph's Church- Anson street, near I
-George-Bev. C. J. Croehan, pastor. L?w
' Mast at 7 A. M. Hlzh Mass at 10.30 A. M.
Vespers and Beneulctlon at 7.30 P. M. Sun- j
day-school at 9 A.- M. I
St. Mary's Church-Ha?el street,-oear King- I
Bev. C. B. Non hr ip, pastor. Low Mass ai 7 I
A. M E .'h M 'ss at 10.30 A. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
st. Pat rick's Church-corner of Radcliffe
and Sc Pnllip streets-Rev. John Moore, 1). I
D., pastor; Rev. S. Carew, assistant. Low
Mass at 7 aud 9 A. M. Hlen Mass at 10 30 A. I
M. Vespers and Benediction at 6 P. M. Sun- I
day-achool at 9 A. M. I
First Church-corner ?d' Meeting and Tradd
s tr eei s. Srmon at 10.30 A. M . by Bx V. J.
Forre.-1, D D . pastor, and ai 4 P M i
8 -cono Church-coruer ol Mating and Char?
lotte -treeut. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. I
Mr. Reed, and ai 8 P. M by Rev. W. P. J i
oobs. Sunday-sciiool at 3 30 P. M. !
Central Church-Meeline street, near Soci I
_ pry. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. by Rev. W. C. I
' Dana. D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M. I
Glebe Ptreet Church-GL be. street, near j
Wentworth. S erm >o at 10 30 A. M., by Rev. j
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D.. pastor. j
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhoun I
streets, hermon at 10.3o A. M., by hev. J. I
H. C. McKinney, and at 4 P. M. by Rev.-I
Sui.day--chool at 9 A. M. j
Spring Street Church-corner of Spring and
Coming m ree1?. Sermon at 10.30 \. M.. bv I
Bev. w. D. K rklaud, and at 8 P. M. by Rev. I
C. Toma??n. Sunday-School ai 3 30 P. M.
Trinity Church-corner Hasel street and I
Ut d -u lane. Sermon at 10 30 A M., by Bev. I
Whitefoord Smith, P. D" pastor, aud ai I
8. P. M , by B-v. K. J. May nardie D. D. Sun
day-School at 4 P. M.
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church I
-King street, near Vaoderhorst. Sermon ai
10 30 A. M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and at I
4 P. M. Sunday-School ai 9 A. M.
BL John's Evaogell :ai Church-corner Arch
dale aud Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. I
M bv Bev. T. W. Dosh, pastor.. Sunday
scholi at 9 A. M.
v\vni worth s>reet Church. Sermon at 10.30 I
A. M. by Bev. W. S. Bowman, pas . jr, and at 4 I
P. M. j
?Citadel Square Church-corner of Meeting I
and Henrietta Ktreets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.,
by Rev. J. N. Hart, an/i at 4 P M. by Rev. G. I
B. B-uofcett. 8unday-School at 9 A. M. 1
First Bil tist Cnuroh Church t-treet, be
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A. I
IL. by Bev. B. D. Smart, and at 5 P. M. Sun I
duy-8chool ai 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between I
Queen and CumoerlimL Sermon ai 10 30 A. I
M. by Bev. W. P. Jacobs, and at 5 P. M. by
Bev. T. H. Legal e. j
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen andi
Church sf'teis Sermou at 10 30 A. M by
Bev. C. S. Vedder, pas: or, and at 6 P. M. Sun
day School after moruL g service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale street, bel ween
Queen and Clifford. Sermou at 10.30 A. M.
and 8. P. M. by Rev. R. P. Cutler.
Marinera' Church-Church street, between
Water street and stol i's ailey. Sermon ai 10.30
A. M. by Bev. W. B. Yates, cnaplalo.
Or ph an O'?use Cnapei-Vanderhorst street,
between Klug and St. Pnllip streets. Sermon
at 6 ?. M. by Bev. Whitefoord Smith, D. D.
THE NEW TORE FariT MARKET_The Dally
Bulletin or Tnursday, May 16th, says:
Apples are riiher slow, and if anything a <
trifle easier. Strawberries are lower, and the
large receipts anticlp-ued yesterday go off
rather slow. We quoie as lollwws : Strawber
rle? 20i50c. per quart. Apples, mixed lots fdr,
t4<4 25; do. prime, $4 50a5; russets, Boxbury,
|5a6 60; favorite va. ie tie? 15 75a6.
AN UNPLEASANT INTRUDER.-Between nine
and ten o'clock on? Thursday night, ? colored
youth, about fourteen years of age, stealthily
entered the apartment of a lady residing at
the Calder House. She gave the alarm, and a
gentleman succeeded in capturing the in
trader, who proved to be an old* offender
called Joe Gibbes, with half-a-dozen aliases.
He was turned over to the police, and, being
brought belore the Mayor yesterday morning,
was sent to the Home ot Correction f?i twen?
ty days. ?
A GEORGETOWN FIRE COUPANT.-The Hes- ,
ton Fire Company, of Georgetown, S. C., ar
rived yesterday afternoon by the steamer, and
were escorted up through the streets by dele
g?tions from several of the hand engine com?
panies. The Hestons number about fifty men,
in light leather bats, red flannel coats trim?
med and laced wlih blue, and black pants. '
They brought their engine (hand) alone, and '
had lt handsomely decorated with flowers and '
wreaths. The machine was dragged up to Co
Iambus street, and housed In the building of
the Ashley, No. 9.
FIREMEN'S PRIZES.-The prizes to be con?
tended for at the tournament of the hand en?
gines or the Fire D-p irtm-'nt, to take plate
on Monday, were on exhibition yesterday ut
the handsome silverware and Jewelry estab?
lishment of Messrs. Carrington, Thomas &
Co., oo King street.
The first prize, for the "best time." consists
of a handsome sliver pitcher, waiter and gob?
let, all cosily and beautifully engraved. The
pitcher was presented by County Auditor
Sam'l L. Beuoett. i
The second prize, for "distance playing," ls
similar to the above, with the exception that I
the several pieces are all plain silver.
The third prize, a new patent set ot silver i
castors with the "bell" attachment. i
The fourth prize, silver cup.
In addition lo these there are several oiher
valuable prizes to be presented by various offi?
cials, which bava not yet been pl ced on exhl
tlon. The articles are all of considera?
ble value, especially those which have been
presented, and will be well worth a struggle
The Vigllanf Fire Eoglue Company, (col?
ored,) ot Columbia, will visit the city and par?
ticipate in the parade ?nd tournament.
rlilted Stute? Court,
Ia the Dist rici Court, before Judge Bryan,
yesterday, John Peter Muller, ol' Hanover,
gave notice of his intention lo become a citi?
zen of the United States, and was duly sworn.
The lollowlng cases for violation of the in?
ternal revenue law were tried: .
. D*nlel L. DeSaussure and F. L. Phelps
selling tobacco improperly stamped. Verdict
guilty, aud damages assessed at $160.
Amelia Ei.as-verdict guilty, and penally
Qxed at $50.
D.ioiel Kirkley-verdict gnilty, and dam?
ages assessed at $50.
Wm. C. and Wm. J. Gerald-guilty, aud
damages assessed at $150.
Jordan Wiley-gullly; damages $50.
Charles Ellas-guilty; damages $100.
Edward J. Conway -gullly; damages $25.
DI BA KRUPTCY.
The petition of Ctiailes Cathcart, of Fair?
field, for a final discharge was referred to re?
gistrar Ciawson to report.
Samuel Rea, ol Greenville, bankrupt, was
granted his final discharge in due form.
J. K. Terry, deputy marshal of the State of
South Carolina, appeared and qualified.
Toe report of the registrar on the petition of
John W. B.irbldge, for the Bale or perlshaole
property belonging to the estate of Burrel
Binders, was ordered to stand as ihe judg?
ment of the court and the property to ba sold.
Adjourned uuill ten o'clock mis moiolng.
State Supreme Court.
In the Supreme Court of the State on Thurs?
day, before Judges Willard and Wright, the
followlug business was disposed ot:
Lucy H. Shelton, respondent, vs. Albert J.
Miybin, appellant. Mr. Mooreman asked and
obtained leave to complete the record, and
was heard for appellant. Mr. Steedman for
respondent. Mr. Mooreman in reply.
Rebecca Speake, respondent, vs. Louisa C.
Kinard, et al, appellants. To be sujmitied on
Michael Werts, et al, administrator, re
SDondents, vs. Latiner W. Long, et al, ap?
pellants. To be submitted on printed argu?
The docket was closed and the following
order was made:
It ls ordered, that at the November term of
this court, commencing on ihe loutitt Tuesday
ol November next, the causes ou the several
circuits shall be called In the following order,
and ihe time to be allowed to the hearlag ot
c-mse?. irom each circuit, snail be to ihe day
fixed for the comineucmeur of Hie next, .ex?
cept as to ihe Second and Eighth Circuits; <o
which snail oe allowed two and three days
?Six? h Circuit, Tuesday, November 26.
Seventh Circuit. Monday, December 2.
Third Circuit, Thursday, December 6.
First Circuit, Monday, December i?.
Fourth Circuit, Mondav, December 16.
8econd Circuit, Thursday, December 19.
Fifth Circuit, Thursday, January 2,1873.
Eighth Circuit, WeuneBday, January 8,
The court then adjourned until Thursday,
May 30. -
DELINQUENT TAXPAYERS. - On the first
Monday in June ail lands upon which any
laxes remain unpaid will be absolutely sold ai
public auction for whatever they may bring,
the State guaranteeing the title to the pur?
chasers. The county auditor, in another
column, prints a list of some of the property
so offered for sale, and it is urged that delin?
quents who do not desire to sacrifice their
lands proceed to pay up their arrears at once.
CRUMBS.-President W. H. Jones, ot the
Hest <n Fire Company, ls a member of the
Legislature, and ls spoken of as e candidate
for secretary of State.
Tne Wagener Artillery received their arms
and had a drill at Lindstedi's Hall last
Bad weather is nothing to the men cf En?
terprise. The work upon the road went on
last night in the rain as if the moon was shin?
ing brightly, and East Bay suffered fearfully.
A wild Texas mustang was subdued yesier
day at the Mi ls House stable on the Barey
system. He was afterward bridled and sold
lor one hundred and ten dollars.
BET YOUR WATCHES.- Tne handsome clock
in the iront pediment ot the Postofflce was
yesterday turned over to the Chamber ot
Commerce as In perf-ct working order. As a
time-piece, it is warranted In every respect
and the public may rely upon its correctness.
It was ordered by the Chamber of Commerce
through tne house of Mr. A. H. Hayden, King
street, from the makers, E. Howard A Co.,
Boston, Mass. It ls guaranteed to run lor ten
years, and afford an accurate time standard.
The publio are also in a measure Indebted to
Mr. Oakshott, of the Customhouse, i ' the in?
terest manifested by him In the matter, he
having erected the plaiform in the building
on which.the machinery rests.
MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS.-Yesterday after?
noon two- boys quarrelled at the corner of
Columbus and Nassau streets, and appealed to
their fl.-ts. One of them was handling the
other pretty roughly, and had given him a
severe cut on the cheek, when a policeman
came up and proceeded to stop the row by
arresting the combatants. A colored man,
named Touey Washington, who was looking
on, Interfered to see fair play, and hie out
viciously at Clubs and Stars. The latter re?
linquished his hold upon the boys, who
escaped, and captured the admirer of lair
play, who was forthwith locked up In the
Guardhouse. The tray will be Investigated
this morning before the Mayor.
A BOAT RACE AHEAD-THE CAROLINAS
THROW DOWN THE GAUNTLET.-A meeting of
the Carolina Independent Boat Club was held i
last evening. The subject of a race between
the two clubs was discussed, and lt was re- ,
solved lo challenge the Palmer o Regatta i
Club to a trial ot speed between the boats of
the respectivo clubs. Mes>rs. Roland Alston,
J M. Bryan and R. M. Means were appointed a ?
committee to notify the Palmettoes ot this I
action, and to make all necessary arrange?
ments lor the race. This ls expected to take
place on the second Saturday In June, and, as
there ls but little doubt that the Palmettoes
will accept the challenge of their juniors, we
look for an exciting contest. The boats are
both trim and keen, and of the same build,
thal of the Independent Club being five feet i
longer than the other. The Palmettoes, how
ever, boast a crew whose skill and training
they expect to counterbalance the advantage
of their rivals. _
EXCURSIONS.-A moonlight excursion to aid
in building a hall and purchasing a library for
the Mechanics' Union, No. 1, of this city, will
leave Market wharf ou Tuesday evening, at
eight o'clock. The enterprise ls a laudable
one, and should receive a helping hand irem
all wbp are Interested in the education and
elevation ot the mechanics and apprentices ot
our city. These form the bone and sinew of
our city, and their endeavor to secure the ad?
vantages becoming their weight and influence
In ihe community deserves all success. A
tine band ls engaged, and the trip promises lo
be a most pleasant one. See advertisement.
The Palmetto Division. No. 4. S >ns ol Tem?
perance, will esjoy a moondah: excursion on
the 24th Instant, leaving Market wharf at
half-past eight o'clock. The fine steamer
Pocosin ls engaged, and every arrangement
ls being made to Insure a pleasant evening.
Ticket* may be procured of the committee.
THE TOOR OF EUROPE, a panoramic work of
great merit, will open here on Monday night.
See adren bernent.
THE IRISH FESTIVAL.-The following dona?
tion.?, ia addi i iou lo those already published,
have been received : B. Feldman, King street,
a Davis diamond ham; P. Walsh, Market
street, a case of liquors; T. O'Brien, a pig;
Mrs. M. Dunlap, King streer, a handsome
TUE IBI9H VOLUNTEER RIFLE CLUB.-This
sterling corps held a meeting at the Hibernian
Hall lust evening, at which several applicants
were elected members. The club then had a
drill In the large hall on the lower floor, and
concluded the evening in discussing the con?
tents of a capacious punch bowl. The meet?
ing was a decided success.
CLUBS AND STABS.-Richard Fleming,
fa-t drayman, was reported for driving his
team too fast around the corner of Anson and
MarKet street, Instead of walking, as required
by the ordinance. He was flaed two dollars,
with the alternative of twenty days in the
House of Correction. Fine paid.
A party who was reported for allowing
water to be thrown from tho upper wlpdow ol
his residence showed that the compliment was
but too welt deserved by the person below.
The latter did not appear in court, and the
case was dismissed.
Tne owner of certain premises up-town was
reported for allowing one of the chimneys to
take Are. He explained and was discharged.
ON THE BATTERY-Since the last public
parade, (the fifteenth amendment celebra- j
ti on.) the old ?tanti opposite the Bathing
House has been taken down, and, under u
resolution of Council, a more pretentious
structure 1B being erected in the western patt
of White Point Garden, where the old flag?
staff used to stand. This rouen old mast has
also been pulled down. The floor of the new
stand is flve feet from the ground, and it is
octagonal in shape. On four opposite sides
are neat steps for ascending the si and. and the
01 her four sides are enclosed by a strong bal?
ustrade, with convenient seats, the space be?
neath the floor being enclosed by a neat lal h
grating. Around the large centre-pole are ar- j
rauged stands for music. The Bland ls twen?
ty-five feet In diameter, and is covered by- a |
fancy conical shed, twelve feet from the floor.
The apex of the roof ends on the tall flag?
staff, with suitable halyards. At each ungle of |
the octagonal roof are smaller fUg-9taffd for
little flags. The stand was designed and built
by Mr. Frederick Lucas, and will be finished
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Daily Bulletin of Thursday, May 16, has the
The large supply of green vegetables and
slow demand for old potatoes has had the
rff-ct of causing a deollue inmost varieties,
and we therefore reduce our quotations.
Swt'Sis are al mot-1 all g.die and prices some?
what nominal, au hough we will com in ne to
quote a dav or iwo longer. NV w Bermudas
?leariy at $9 from dock per barrel. Our quota
lions are lu bulk; in shipping order 50c per
barrel mnsl be added. We quote as follows :
$2a2 50 per barrel for Peactibiows; $1 75*2 per
oarn-l for Early Bose; $lal 50 for early Good?
rich; $1 75a2 per barrel for Dyrlghts; $l 50a2
per barrel for Jackson whites; $1 75 ?2 for
Prince Alberts. Sweet potatoes $4a4 60 for
Delaware kllu-dried. Io vegetables, quite a
feature ol the market was the receipt ot four
cases of can ifliwrr from Sacramento, Cal.
MoSl descriptions of g e*n stuff are lower,
owing principally lo the increase of supplies.
Wr quote green peus, Noifolk, at $8 prr Ob',
and North Carolina $4*6 per bbl. Cai ruts $2 75
nf 3 p. r barr?-). Kadtsru-s 75a$l for Jersey and
Lon ir l-l md, per 100 bunches. Russia nu nips
$3i$3 50 perbol. Parsnips $1 50u$2. Onions,
5Ccu$l for red, and about tb" saiou for while.
Sol nach $2 50o3 per barrel. I rm ucla tomatoes
$1 per box; do onions $1 25al 60 per crate. Rhu?
barb $4 per 100 bunches. Jersey and Long
[-land asparagus G.UOc.: do. 0>>ter Bay Hl.?
13c. Lettuce $4a8 per 100. Sprouts $3 per j
Hotel Arrivals-May 17.
Henry Kirk, wife and child, Baltimore; Jno
Nettles, Northeastern Railroad; W. J. McKer
rall, Marlon; Dr. Smith and servant, Society
Bill; J. G. Smith, Bonnean, S. C.; Geo. F.
Woods, New York; P. S. Worsham, Klngstree;
Geo. F. McIntyre, South Carolina; Mrs. Mary
P. Colburn and two servants, Boston; R. S.
Jno. C. Parker, Memphis; Wm. M. Fisher,
A, T. Tappan, H. G. Volger, New York; E. W.
Johnson, Sutith Carolina; Mii-s Oakley, Miss
Hood, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hood, Brooklyn,
J. T. McC ia. Mobile; Ja?. II. Meade, B. Tobin,
Philadelphia; W. P. Keyes, W. F. Brittain;
New York; Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Pringle, John
Nicholson, South Carolina.
Meetings This Day.
Phoenix Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Auction Suie* Tills Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at 10 o'clock, at No.
4 Glebe si reef, furniture, ?c.
nus IN KS a NOTICES.
"CAN you tell me where Plenge's Hat Store
ls to be found ?" "At No. 201 King street,
AN elegant assortment of Children's Hats at ?
Plenge's, Ho. 201 King street.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS Goons I-Louis Cobon
& Co. beg leave lo draw the attention of the
public to their Freeh Stock of Dress Goode,
just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of lin pc allon. A
call Is respectfully solicited. Lou? COHEN it
Co., No. 248 King street. maylC
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers wlih Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAB. apr27-sluth
DUTC HEB'S LIGHTNING FLT-KILLEB sweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Sold by dealers everwhere.
FDRCHGOTT, BENEDICT &. Co., No. 244 King
Btreel, offer for this week the following bar?
gains: 200 10-4 Allendale Quilt?, $1 37$; 150
11-4 Allendale Quilts, $1 50; 100 12 4 Allendale
Quilts, $1 62i; 100 10-4 Honeycomb Quills,
$1 40; 100 10-4 Honeycomb Quilts, bordered,
$1 60; 10 pieces Block Stripe Japanese, 75
cents; 10 pieces Colored Japanese, Plain and
Check, (new arrival.) 75 cents; 20 dozen
Ladles' TJndervests, 75 eenie; 20 dozen Black
and Buff Parasols, 60 cents. Furchgott, Bene?
dict 4 Co., No. 244 King street. may 13
To BDSINBSS MEN_Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Room. _ decl4s
YOUNG MBN, TAKE NOTICE.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL ?
STREET BAZAAR. _ apr20-s
YE THIRSTY MOBTALS, ATTENTION'-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a regular communication of Union Kil?
winning Lodge, No. 4, A. F. M., held Thursday
evening, May 16, 1872, at Holmes'd Hall, the fol?
lowing preamble and resolutions were anani.
Again we mourn the loss of a chorlshed zeal?
ous and earnest member. Of onr late brother,
James R. Pringle, Jr., ther<> remains with ns noth?
ing now save the memory of a pure and well
spent lire. No one could have fallen from his
place among ns more lamented than he r. nose
death we mourn to-night. No one was more be?
loved. His frank manner, so cordial, so winning,
carrying with it tho assurance that each word
and act came from a nature altogether irne and
genuine, Instinct with warm aff,-ctl,Q for friends,
and with a peoerous courage ror every call of
duty, s remembered by ns all, and endeared him
to all who knew h m.
Full or Ufe and or Jiy and or hope, In the-roll
vigor or youthful manhood, a career or usefulness
and nippiness apparently Just opening before
bim, suddenly he was afflicted with a fatal mala?
dy, and arter a few weeks or patient suffering, he
passed away on the 7th instant. The sad duty
remains to ns of paying a tribute to his memory;
Resolved, That In ihe death of onr late brother.
James K. Pringle, Jr., Union Kilwinning Lodge has
lust an o nicer and a member ever zealous, earn - st
and tCilcieat in adv mclng its welfare; one whose
life conspicuous] di*pi y ed tau precious jewels
of our order-friend ihip. moiallty and brotherly
Resolved, That the foregoing preamble and reno
lutijus oe entered on the Minutes ol the Lodge
In token of onr respect anil istecm for ih-< de
ce sed, and nut a clank page be inBCilbed to bis
Resowed. That a copy of this preamble and
rpsoiuii ns be forwarded by the secretary or thia
Lodge to the (amil? or oar late brother, and be
published In the morning papers or this city.
Extract fiom the Mlaates.
w. GEO (Jinns. Secretary.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-237
bale? cotton, 185 bales yarn and goods. 1033 obis
na> al -torrs. 15 i? l s raus. 85 tons old Iron, 109
bois pomiOPS. 33 empty bbis, 76 crates beans, and
bALTiMoKB-Per BteamBMp Folcon-82 tlerceB
rice, 161 bales collo >, 41 baies yarn aud dornen?
des. 705 1 b s ro-li., 21 Mia leather, 71,000 feet or
lumber, 107 crates vcgetaMe, 29 bbla potatoes, and
36pKifS hun irlea.Per scar Lilas Moore
181,600 feet flooring boards.
Die Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFPIOS *'HARLKSTON NXWS, I
FRIDAY EVENING. May 17, 1872. J
COTTON.-The market opened firm at previous
prices and became active and higher, prices lm
proving v@ Vc fl lb. Sale* about 800 ba es, viz :
22 at iej4', 20 at ?IC, 19 at 21, 27 at SIM 150 at
21V, 192 at 22.124 at 23jtf, 36 at 22J?, 83 at 22>,', 07
at 22Xi 7 at 21J?, 8 on private terms. We quote :
' LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ord i uar v io good on Inary.20 @21 X*
Stnc, middli ng.22X@
BICK.-There was a good inquiry lor this grain,
the market showing tirmness. Sales abont 140
tierces cf clean Carolina;?ar 65 tierces at 7 xe, 84
at 7X- 16 at sc, 3D on private terms. We quote
c immon to fair at ">i@:J,', good email@example.com.
NAVAL STUBBS.-Receipts 117 bbla spirit) and
328 bbla rosin. Thero were no sales of spirits re?
ported. Low gradi s rosins were Arm. sales
about 200 bbl-? strained at $2 85 Crude turpentine
may be quoted at $3 75 lor virgin, $2 80 ror yellow
dip, and $190 for hard.
f BBIQHT8.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, noml
aalon npiauds, nominal on sea Islands; via New
fork, Xd on uplands, Xd on sea islands; by sall,
5 i ed on nplands, on sea islands nominal. To
davre - on npiauds. Coast wise-to New York by
?team $2 on upland! and - on sea islands; $160
1* tierce >n rice; by sall Xe ? lb on cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 60c ft barrel on rosin; f 8 fl M OD
mm ?er; $ io fi M on limber. To Boston, by san?
io* lb on upland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
taff $9 50,310 60; phosphate $5@5 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $9 ft M ou boards, Xe ft lb on
cotton; by steam $1 ft bate on New York rates.
To Phlla lelphla, by steanr*$2 fi on cotton;
oy sall, $8ft M on boards; $9 60@10 on timber; $8
per ton on clay, and |ta|8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by * toara xe ft m by sall, $6 60@7 f>
li on boards; |8@S 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
rom Georgetown, s. c., Danen and Satilia River,
la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind $10@12 ft M are the rates on lumber and
txco ANUS.-Sterling 60day bills 23X@24.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purr hue
night checks on New York at par, and sell at x@
X premium. Outside they purchase at 116(2)},'
ft cent, premium, and sell at 3-io@x premium. '
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 17.
Noon.-Consols 93. Bonds 80X
PARIS, May 17.
Noon.-specie Increased four minion irancs.
Rentes 64f 9ic.
NEW YORK, May 17.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks s tad v. Gold
Arm utl.X- Money easy at MS Governments
firm and quiet. Exchange-lona 9X; short lox.
Evening.-Frelgtus Arm. Money 6a6. Sterling
9X?9X Gull 18Xal3X- Governments cosed
feverisn. Tennessees Brm. New South Carolinas
heavy; others dall.
LIVERPOOL. May 17.
Noon.-Cotton opened Arm; up ands il-vd,
Orleans lix*HXd: sa es 12.000 baie- : sales or me
week 97,000; exp ns 9000; sp-culatlon lo.ooo;
stock 877 ooo, American 32s,0uo; receipts 47,ouo.
Amerlcau 16 000;actual export otoo; afloat 413,
ooo American loo.ooo.
Later.-Cotton Arm; sp?culation and export
Evening-Cotton closed Arm and unchanged;
nearly due from New Orleans il Vd. Yarns and
fabrics at Manchester quiet.
NKW YORK, May 17.
Noon -Cotton nominally X"- higher; eales 97
bales; nplands 24vc, orleans 24Xc
Evenin*.- Cot on qnlet aud nominar; sa es 732
bales; upland? 24 V, orleans 24Xc Sale<i or cot?
ton futures today 13.050 bales, as follows: M?y
:3 V, 28 i3 6; Juiie 23X. ? 16-16; July 24 V; Au
gust 24, 24X; Sepici:be. 22.V; October 20X, *0X;
November lux, 19X; December 19 val?
BOSTON. Moy 17.
Cotton quiet and Arm; middlings 2ixc; net
recel pi s 71 bales; gross 3267; ?ales 150; atock
13.600; weekly net receipts 97^; gross 8215; exports
to Great Britain 96; aalea Koo.
PROVIDENCE May 17.
Cotton-stock 16,000 biles: n ? receipts 1*.
PHILADELPHIA, May 17.
Cotton-net receipts 2u9b,ueu: gio<a isss.
BALTIMORE, M av 17.
cotton Urn and held bisher; middlings 24c; net
receipts 30 bales; gross 36; nales 87 ; H ock 6010;
weekiv net receipts 1901; gro>a 2003; expoaa
coastwise 2481; sales 3712; spinners 82!.
AOHFOLK May 17.
Net receipts 60 biles; exports cnaa wlae 27;
.ves 160; stock 1722; weekly ntt rec.lpta 1112;
WILMINGTON, May 17.
Cot'on Arm; middlings 22Xe; net re-opts 13
bales; exporta eoiatwlse 27; stock 2449; week?
ly net receipts 121; exports castwlse 8a; sales 16.
CITY POINT, May 17.
Cotton receipts 54 bales.
SAVANNAH, May 17.
Cotton Arm and demand f*lr. hut oUVrlngs
light; middling ?BUfC; ?et receipts 72 baba; ex?
porta coast wi-e 456; sales CO; Block16,04 J; ween iv
net receipts 20:o; exporta to touiinent 2 04;
coastwise 1254; t-aies 1U0.
Ano c ST A , May 17.
Cotton Arm; middlings 22c; receipts 126; eales
28u; atock 6030; wtekiy receipts 511; exports to
Great Britain 280; sale? 778.
MACON, May 17.
Cotton steady; middlings 21 Vc; s ock 1871. 3o24;
1872, 2066; weekly receipts 76; shipments 224 ba ei.
COLUMBUS, May 17.
Stock of cotton 3255 bales; rtceip.s 114; ship?
ments 489; sales 144; apluners 75
MONTGOMERY, May 17.
Stock of cotton 1722 balea; weekly receipts 198;
SELMA. May is.
Stock of cotton 1020 bales; weekly receipts 267;
MOBILE. May 17.
Cotton Arm; middlings 22X?22??C; n-1 receipts
67 bale8;sales 600; stock 17,744; weekly net re?
ceipts 8u9; exports coastwise ??OB; -ales480o.
MEMPHIS, May 17.
Coron active; middlings taite; net receipts
228 nales; stock 10.714; weekly receipia 2040; ship?
ments 2084; eales 1950.
NASHVILLE, May n.
Cotton strong; low mlddllnua ii ; atock 5240
balea; weekly rectlpts 135; shipmen is .io.
NEW ORLEANS, May 17.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23c; net receipts 653
hates; groas 958; exporta to Cronstadt ino; Bales
650; stock 82,725; weekly net receipts 6528; gross
66G8; exports t- Liverpool 9208; Havre 2868;
Bremen loss; Genoa 1930; Berceiona 290; Cron
flta.it mo; coastwise 2991; Hamburg 360; sales
GALVESTON. Hay 17.
Cotton-net receipts lol bales; Kales 150: stock
5806; weekly net recelpis 557: exports 10 Great
Britain 3U19; coastwise ll; sales 610.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS."
LIVERPOOL. May 17.
Noon.-Breadsmils easier. Uorn 28s ou. Flour
27s 6 ia28s. Ta.low 439 id.
Kvening.-common rosin 8s od. Turpentine
NBW YORK. M ty 17.
Noon.-Flour dull and declining, whea; dull
and heavy. Uorn unchanged. Pork steady; mess
$13 8 ). Lard qaiet; ste un 9??a9 7-iGc. Turp?n
tl e tlrm at eoe. Rosin firm ; strains! $3 70.
Evening.-Flour quiet and sdghtly in b'ivers'
favor. Whiskey dud at soc Wheat la?c lower;
winter red Western $2a2 05. Cora In monera'e
home export demaud, and prices unchanged.
Klee Hteady at 8)?a9!?c. PorK steady. Beef quiet.
Lard a trifle easier at 8*?a9>?c. Naval stores
Arm. Tallow 9at> M6c.
ST. LOUIS, May 17.
Flour Arm; family $0 Matu 61). corn steady.
Whiskey 6?c. Pork $12 75. Bacon only In limited
Jobbing demand. Lard 8>?.
LONDON, May 17.
Evening. - Common rosin 8s 9da9s. T.rpen
CINCINNATI, Mav 17.
Flour doll; family $8 ooao 26. Oom steady.
Pork quiet and uncnaneed. Lard, Mulders timi.
Bao n Urra; shoulders 6sc: sides 7"\ia7Se. Whis?
key In good demand at 85c.
LOUISVILLE. May 17.
Ragging unchanged. Flour unchanged. Corn
qnier. Provisions active on orders. Pork $12 76.
>h nlders (>uc; clear bides 7.*,'c. Packed lard,
keg 10c. Whiskey 88c.
New York Hay Market.
NEW YORK, May io.
The Dally Bulletin says: T e receipts are fair,
bnt hod L-l s are extreme y firm In m ir views,
and i airier than sell at a fraction nee inc, tinea .
en 10take their nnats bacs, and ste esto k, which
has been carried out lu one or two ln-t nces.
The long continued ubsenceof rain givescreuence
to the prophecies, or croaking*, as called b<
Borne, of a hay famine the cuming year. Price*
are v< ry Biron*, and long straw a ?bade higher,
and aKiiouRh $? 25 has been obtained 11 excep?
tional casca for i etall hay, we hardly feel wurrant
edin advancing our neurea as yet. We quote:
snipping Nor tu River per 100 pounds $1 75ai So.
New Tork Naval Stores Market. .
Nsw YORK, May 16.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 6to bbls
rosin. Spirits turpentine bas ruled rather quiet
to-day, and prices a inflA easter tnan the c use
la-t nicht ; sales of 100 New York barrels at Otc,
abone iou bola la low at eoaeic, 4 bbls at (.9c,
the maritei cl >-tni* about toe ior merch .ntabie
order. Rosin continues quiet but atea y; saies
600 bbls strained at $3 70. and 864 bbls dne at
$? G Duo. Tar quiet; ?ales 50 bbls Washington at
$3 60. Pitch ls arm at $3 76.
New York Rice Market.
_ _ , NEW YORK, May 16
The Dally Bulletin says: The dem md irora the
trade ls very good and ih : market arm for most
grades, with holder* oft* ring iltt.e stock, except
at ext'eme figures. Foreign ls 11 iluenced by the
premium on guid, and do eatlc by thc encourag?
ing >omhern advices, snles of au threes Caro?
lina at 9c, 326 baas Rangoon at ti%a7c, and 1&0
bags PatLa at THC.
Havannah Cotton Market.
SAVANNAH. May 16.
COTTON.-The market during tue early part of
the past week was fairly active, and the demand
being chiefly for wood co ct on H and for good or 1
nary, the grades between being neglected. Lat?
terly the demand has been almost entirely con
11 ned ta qualities from middlings and upwards,,
which are not freely offered, although a fair pro?
portion rem.ias tu first hands, held fur higher
prices. Our stock yet unsold, by a rough calcu?
lation, would seem to be about 10,000 bales, and
lt ls estimated mat we may receive anout tue
same quantity before the end of the season. With
tue remark that sumo Irregularity prevails, we
hazard the pillowing quotations: Middlings
22,'""e; low middlings 21 %\ good ordinary 20^?c.
SBA ISLANDS.-Tue market for thia description 1
of colton may be considered virtually closed. I
Wilmington Naval Storr? Market.
WILMINGTON'. May 16.
SPIRITS.-The market has fluctu .trd considera?
bly the past week. In the early part of the week
(Fri ay) the market was dud and depressed by
uafavoraole advices and a decline ut 1 sc was
accepted, saturday tue market brlghteued and
th . loss was gained by a correspond?a* a?vance.
Monday the market was active and during thc
day advanced 2c The market has s nee rm d
Arm with an active reeling, and large sales have
been made dally. The receipts are large and are
increasing a,most dally, but the shipping has
been good, and the S'.UCK has not been increased
to any great extent, but ls some larger than last
wenk's. T"-daj a funner advance of lc was ob?
tained. The market closes firm at 61c.
ROSIN.-At the opening of ihe period under re?
view, strained rosins were active at reduced fig?
ures, and large transactions were eflecied. un
aatunay more animation was exnlbited by
buyers, and in > he early part of the day Friday's
quotation was the ruling figure; In the evening
sales were made at slow advances, but at the
cior-e of the day 20 cents had been gained. The
market has since ruled very quiet without trans?
actions. The stock is small and is held princi?
pally by buyers for foreign shipment. No 2 has
shown more stability, but the stuck ls not of |
sufficient size to admit free transactions, but the
sale? for the wt-ek are tully up to previous quota?
tion?. No 1 and the finer qualities we>e very ac?
tive in the early part of the week, but for the
P mt three or four days buyers have shown ve y
Une disposition to parchase, owing to the unfa?
vorable Nor hem advice*, and ihe transactions
have ticen smail. Tue rec Ipts have been mode?
rately large, but the shipments are correspond
ii gly h.avy, and the stock H reduced 10 18,821
CRUDE TURPENTINE -As was noted at the clo*e
of our last repoit, the market closing with a dull
tendency, opened weak 011 h rid .y morning, with
a good stock In tue hands of disillers, and no
disposition on their part to purchase, and during
the day yellow dip ann v?rala dec.incl 25c. Since
then the market nas remained steady, with a de
Min) on ihe part of receivers to ed ct a risa wm-n
the day's receipts w re small, but as distil era
now rear no stringency of receipts >hey will n<>t
yield io the de ires, bnt purclu-c wh-n sultan e
quantities are offering ai what ls considered a
fair rate. Wednesday shippers came into t ie
market, bnt, na the receipts w>-re limited, suffi
? lent am .nuts could nut be purchased m lesa at
higher ngurea, which their, 10 effect sales, ac?
ceded to, and the result was an advance o 15c
on j el ow dip and virgin. To-day (Tnuradry) the
market ls nrm at previ ns d?y's prices, closing
quiet, with obly a moderate Inquiry.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ANDERS >N, May 16.
Sales of cot ton for the week ending to-day 29
bales; prices this afternoon range from 20s to
21 cen tB.
G REK\VI LLB, May 15.
Cotton IB selling to-day at 20a20sc.
YORK VILLE, May 16.
Cotton Belling at I7a20.sc.
CHARLOTTE, May 13.
The market durlne the past week was dull, and
prices on all ?rades hs ve decllued. The Bales
'luring the week were light and embrace only 193 j
bales at from 17 to 21c
Cor UM aus, Mav IQ.
Our market limited demand; middlings 2 >?c;
rec-ipta five days 87 bales, against 122 last week
and 01 corresponding week 1871. Shipped our
days 359 b des, against 129 and 760. Sa.es 61 bales;
recelpta 28; sh pine ts 47.
MONTGOMERY. May 15.
Cotton market firm with good demand; g. od
ordin?r? 21c -trkt good ordinary 21"?, low mid?
dlings 22c, middlings '.'JSC
Receipts by Railroad. Muy 17.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
224 bales cotton. 61 bales goods, 66 bbls naval
Blores, mo bbls flour, 1 car stock. To Railroad
Agent, Pelzer. Rodgers A co. H Bischoff A co. O
H Walter A co, T T Chapeau A co, Barden A Par?
ke', Burmelner A Zerbst, w B smith A co, P C
Tren hoi m, Bollmann Bros, Klusman A Howell, J
H V?llers, G W Williams A co, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker. FOC Kracke. C R Uolmes. W B Smith A
co, Trenholm A son, Johnston, crews A co, Man
toue A co.
7 baies cotton. 467 bbls naval amrcs, cars lum?
ber, mdse, Ac. To harden A Parker, Wlnlden A
Jones, R - Walker, ? Llebenroud, chapeau A co,
Kinsman A Howell, K Welling, Mowry A Son, s
Kass, Mun a gu Matthews A co. Quackenbush,
Estin A co, N E Rann a i co, and others.
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-Miss M
C Grave ll. MirS L W Gravell, D G McIntosh, E Mc
lutos s Miss M lu tosh and one child, L E Ober,
H C Buliard and B Von Glan.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Beaufort, Pacific
ChiBOliu's and other LandluM-Miss A J Mc
Ken ry. Mrs D W sinclair and B.ster, C O'Neill, EA
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S C
MIHB Lowndes, J J Pringle and wife, J L Fraser, M
Har ly, W F Brittain. T M Hanckel, J Richardson,
J J Bolger, K II Newooe. R S Izard, Capt P R La
chlcotte, V Smith, C P Alston, S Hughes, Thomas
Meyers, John M BCilly, A Nowell, G H King, Wes
ton Fire km gi ne Company, and 7 on deck.
POUT CALK* 1)AK.
N - w Moon. 7th, 7 hours 69 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 16tb, 10 hours, 46 minutes, morn'g.
F ill Moon. v2d. 6 hours, 49 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 29ih, B hours. 63 minutes, morning.
6 . 2
MOON - jion
B. ? 8. WATER.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.MAY 18, 1872.
Lat82deg4<imiU83sec. I Lou 7fldeg 57 min27eic.
Swedish bark Columbia, Svendsen, Boston-14
days. Ballast To Henry card.
British bark Verona, Arrowsmith, Hartlepool,
Eon-75 days. Railroad Iron. To Henry tard
Brig Brig Edwin H Kennedy, Hallett, BOBton
ll days, bay aud Ice. To Street Broa 4 co, and
A Ga? e A co
Merchant?' Line sehr Myrover, Brown, New
York-ll day 8. Mdse. To Koa cn A M offert, J E
Adger A- co. Adams, Damon A co, H Bischoff A
co, E Bates A co, F O Borner. Col Bradley, Dr H
Baer, blum k Miller, Cameron, Barkley A co, K R
Oowperthwalt, John C.impsen k co. J Cosgrove,
w J McQahan, w H Ohafee A co, Dowle, Moise k
Davis, Douglass A Miller, J B Pu ; il k Son, Qold
smltb k son, c D Franke, P L Gulllemln, JOB Gor?
ham, K M Grlmke, Hart A co, I H Hall A eo. H D
Hawiev, i io. mea A Calder, Jtffo ds k co. Kiln ck,
Wicken berg A co, Kn-Relock k Small P B Lalane
& co. J H Lonez. w McLean A McOobb, Jr Man
touH A co, is K Marshall A co, H D Michaella, O F
Schwettmann, B O'Neill, D Paul A co. L Schnell.
Order. Railroad Age? ts. Wm shepherd A co. D H
Sllcox, H S>ender. D Talmadge A s ns, Tiedeman,
calder k co, John F Taylor A co, Wagener A Mon
sees, O F w leter?. L Welskopf, P rt in em an A co,
W L Webb. G W King, O W williams A co
Sehr John sha?, taner, Philadelphia-12 days.
Coal. To C W Sermons.
Sehr Ogeeche, . abtaten. Fairfield City, N C. 3200
bushels corn. To W c Kee A co. ?
MoTPcragon. Wahab, Hertford City, NO. 24 0
busnels con). To R M mr 1er A Son.
steamer Pilot Boy, McNeity, Beaufort, Chis
olm's and Pacific Landings. Mdse. To Raven
el. Holmes A co, M G ld sm lt h A Son, and Dowle,
Moise A Davis.
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 178
tierce * nc-, ioi bags rice flonr, 120,000 sningles,
machine)y mdse and fundrlea. To Shackelford A
'Kelly, L i'Desau8snre. Pringle A S n, WC Bee
A co, EN Thurston, Mordecai A co, Mrs J Cald?
well. Jas M Eason A Bro, O L Kornahrens, B F ;
Burger, and others.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-W
Steamship Falcon, Haynle, Baltimore -P c
sehr Kilos Moore, DeGroot.. Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
Steamship Virginia. Hinckley. Philadelphia.
Steamship Falcon. Haynle, Baltimore.
Snanlnb brig'timoteo. Maristany, Barcelona.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Paiatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
p'HOM THIS ru Hf.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York,
Brinah bark Architect, Doddridge, Bristol, Eng,
Brig Home, Mayo, Boston. May. 7.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr L T Knight, McIntyre, from Portland, Me,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, May 17.
Arrived, & t carnal) Ipa Manhattan and Hising Star.
The ship Energy, Oaulklns, for London, sailed
from Bul) River, s c, nth May.
The sehr M A Fulson has been chartered by
Richardson a eros?, of Portland, Me, to load with
Southern pine lumber at Beaufort, s C, for Port?
land, at $11 9 M. '
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SXJLED FOB THIS POET.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 16
Tho Avondale. Adams, up.J m 18
Br bark Onward, Evans, np.April 12
The Georgiana, -, np.April 17
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 28
The Carl N Dobeln, s te nan, railed..ian 10
Br bark Fdic de l'Alr, Jones, cleared.March ia
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, np.March 20
The Lalla, Goudy, sailed.Feb 27
[ The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Wailer, sailed.April 8
Brig Minnie Abby, Harding, cleared.May 10
I NEW YORK.
Brig Caroline Gray,.-, np.May ll
Sehr Florence Rogers, sheppard, ap.May 6
-yy EBKLY LINE.
SAVANNAH, BEAUFORT; AND WAY LANDINGS
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will receive F eight at Accommo- r _ TST^W
linn Wharf, every TOKSDAY. and ?iTr? ?afcwif ?
leave for above points every WEDNESDAY mo?N
INO, st 8 o'clock.
Freight received for points on Savannah River,
to be transferred to st-amer CLYDE, leaving sa?
vannah every THURSDAY.
consign m ea ts t . care of Agents will be forward?
ed free of storage or commissions.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HOLM BS A CO.,
mayl8-2_No. 177 Esst Bay.
P O R PLOEIDA,
_?The splendid Steamer,_
hu i A i un..Captain COXKTTRR
wm leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVUNINO,
at 8 o'cl >ck,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.'
Returning, OICT ?TOR leaves Palatk i FRIDAY
MOKNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For FreiRht or Passage, having First-class Ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENFL A CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and Eait Bay.
ST. AUGUSTINE AND ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, . . ?,ff-?h.
Captain i.. M. coxetrer, wld leave jaSSES
Clurl-Bton on TUESDAY EVENING, 21st inst a ut, on
a (JR AND KXcfJ sio v to Florida, arriving at Sa?
vannah eany Wednesday Morning, and remain?
ing there unlit the afternoon, a doro lng ample
time to see the city, visit Ba naven t ure and other
points of interest. Leaving savannah Wednes?
day Afternoon at 3 o'clock, will arrive at F- r
nandina same nig't, Jensonville early Thursday
m ming, a d Paiatka same evening-thus pas
siug up st. John's River bv daylight, stopping at
all points of Interes;, affording a rare r-pportn
nlty of seeing, to the beat advantage, the most
beautiful of southern rivers. Returning, will
leave JacHsonvl.le Friday Morning for St. Augus?
tine, an Iv lng there same day, where a most
agreeable time may be spent inspecting the an?
cient spanish Fortress, the Cathedral, and other
relics ol the Ural settlement on the Continent, tn
sailing on the tay, or visiting the orange Groves
of the neighborhood. Leaving St. Augustine on
Sa urday, wilt arrive at Fernandina esme after?
noon, savannah i-arly sunday Mornijg, and
Charleston same afternoon.
Fare tor round trip, $18. No extra charge for
meals or state rooms.
Fdr Freight or passag? apply to
RAVENEl. A CO., Agent?,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
"YyEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. O.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock,_
for savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and span?
ish Webs. Returning will leave Savannah every
wm leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Ohlsolra's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Hemming will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNKBDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Oeods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
Freight received for points on Savannah River,
to be transferred to steamer ROSA, which leaves
Savannan ev>-ry TUESDAY MORNING.
Cabin Passage to beaufort $3.
Deck Passage io Beaufort $1 60.
For engagements apply to
RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
feb3-sw No. 177 East Bay.
Tbe first-class British bark ALICE C., Cap - ^AA
tain Dix. will accept, Freight 'Cotton| for^Ht
the above port. Apply to LI KN HY CARD,
may IS_ Accommod alon Wharf.
mHE PHUiADELPHLA. IRON STEAK
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS--"*
GULF STREAM, Captain Hanter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are nov regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all pom ts Jn the Cotton states, and
po and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres. . -~
BW The GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, May 24th, at
4 o'clock P. M.
tar The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars of Frelirrii arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. ia
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
J10R NEW TOBE.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid SlJewheel Steamship MANHAT?
TAN, M. s. wood hun. Commander, will sall from
Adners' South Wharf on SATURDAY, the 18th In?
stant, ar 0 o'clock P. M. precisely.
The MVNHATTAN ls one of the fastest
steamships on the Atlantic coast, and ls hand?
some y fitted np for pas*engcrs.
ta* Marine insurance by tula line half per cent.
jjy Through Rills of Lading given on cotton to
LI ver p ol, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land m inufacturtng towns. *
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
mayl8-6 JAMES ADGER A CO., agents.
jpi O JR NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 22D, AT 8
O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOM3 ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett. Commander, will
sall for New York on WKDNBSDAY. May 22d,
at 8 o'clock A. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by Wil?
liams A Onion's Steam Line; to Genna, Trieste,
Naples, Leghorn, Chris-lana, Gothenburg and to
Glasgow, by Anchor Line Steamship; to New
England Cities as usual.
Jnsur ince by steamers or this Line j? percent.
Par-Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very One LH-CK vjmtmm -^A^f,^.iMnnn. apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 BroadW&t,
br to WM. A. COURTENAY,No. 1 Union Wharves,
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES I
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengere booked to and from any,
R-dlway Marion or Seaport tn Great,_
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, u?uuiarK,
Gern any, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $0u. By saturday's earners $65 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
in'ermedi ite, $83; Steerage, $24, all payable In
l'art 11-s send lue for their friends In the Old
Con u try can parchase tickets at lowest rates.
F jr farther particulars apply to the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. T.,
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
JpAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP CoMPTPS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above Une leave PIT *T?t*m
No. 42, North River, foot o? Canal j?UMB
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of tue iota
and 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on sunday, then the .?atnrday preceding.
All depart ures connect at Panama with o learn?
ers for south Pacific and Central American porte.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica, -
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
?undav ; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bnt go
direct from New York to As pin wall.
one hundred pounds butrsage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York.
Jnlv26-ivr_F. R. RABY. Agent.
J^IOK LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their first-class, full power
Iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Paysage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 39 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,.
No. 68 Wail street, H. Y.
N. B.- Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued -
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
mave Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
?DrtigB and iiUoumes.
'PORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMER?
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS. '
No. 460 KING STREET, CORNER OF JOHN
Now in Stock or my own Importation,
LOW SON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
Pattey's cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carmin at', ve, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and rf?orodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC. AGENT FOB
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA FOB
DB. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
Surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign man
ufacture imported to order.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
A full assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand. _
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night. jamowfmiy