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TOURNAMENT OF THE HAND KS'
Arrival ot Visiting Companlo
The second annual tournament of tb
Engines of this Department takes y
day tinder the auspices of the Fireman',
The companies will assemble at the
Square at half-past eight o'clock, A. M
tbe line will be formed by the clerk,
by the committee of arrangement?,
then be turned over to the chief and h
tauts, and will move through Calhoun t
down King to Hasel and through to ?
down Meeting to Market and through
Bay, down East Bay to Broad and th?
the City Hall, where the column wil
viewed by the Mayor and Council, an
ter-marcblng at Logan street, where
ere la es will begin as per programme,
engine will run three hundred yards, w
man to every hundred pounds of the
of the engine, to the flre-well ot the co
King and Broad streets. They will h
put down their suctions, reel off fl i cy
hose and play fifty iee t. After this cont
dictance playing begins, and prizes hav
pat up for each of the trials.
On Saturday afternoon the Vigilan
Engine Company, of Columbia, (hand,
Dennison president, arrived by the
Carolina Railroad to take part In the ]
and tournament. They were received
depot by a strong turnout from the v
band engine companies, with a band of :
and escorted down King street to thee
- boase ot the Union Star Fire Company,
the visiting engine will be housed dur
stay. The Vigilants number about for
men, uniformed In light leather caps,
flamnel shirts, with red lacings, and
pants. Their engine was rather uni
decorated with a huge rattlesnake, <
along the brakes from one end of the e
to tbe other.
At ball-past seven o'clock yesterday i
lng the Cape Fear Fire Company, No. S
Richardson, foreman, arrived on the ?
eastern Railroad from Wilmington, 1
Their uniform consists ot a blue flannel
with red facings, blue cloth hats with le
front-piece, bearing the rank ot tbe office
the number o? the squad to which the wc
lia private, may belong. The engine 01
comp?ay being the property of the city i
not be spared, but the visitors brought
them a fine band of music. They nu
about fifty men, and with the other vi*
companies are entertained at the head*
tera of the Firemen's Union, In Bere
Ia Addition to the prizes already desci
are silver trumpet?, a pair of electro-]
* goblets, presented by Lieutenant Governc
J. Ra H H 1er, and other prizes to be brought
during the day. The stands, Ac, have air?
been put ap la Broad street, and every pr
ration ls being made for a large gathering
a sharp contest.
THC AUGUSTA EXCHANGE has been organ 1
by the election of the following officers: W
Herring, president; W. 3. Roberts, vice-p
ident; H. H. Hickman, treasurer, and Mes
Bussell, Clark, Phlnlzy, Wheless, sibley,
ben and Jackson directors.
. A TESTIMONIAL TO JUDGE RUTLAND.-A he
gold-beaded ebony stick was to be seen at
establishment of Messrs. Carrington, Thoi
& Co., on Saturday, which is intended a
present to Judge James M. Rutland, from
members of the bar of the Fourth Circi
; Tbe stick Is a very handsome one. and is r
- dered doubly valuable as a testimonial of i
kindly feelings which exist between the bei
and bar of the Fourth Circuit.
ANOTHER DIRECTORY". -Mr. T. C. Jowl
Whose "Charleston City Directory and Bu
ness Register " bas become aa established 1?
tore la thia city, and aa absolute necessity
every office and counting-room, announc
that tbe edition for 1872-73 is ia active pre]
ration and will soon be Issued. It will coate
' a new map of the city, corrected ap to dat
and various "other improvements which co
tinued experience la directory making has sn
g es ted._
CLUBS AND STABS.-An old customer, w!
was too drunk to take care of himself lo Met
lng street was sentenced to pay a fine ol oi
dollar or speed ten days in the House of Cc
reotlon. He preferedtogo to the House.
Robert Loyd, lodge! by the detectives c
tbe charge of vagrancy, was refered to a tri
Toney Washington, a maa who wanted I
see fair play and pitched into a policeman fe
stopping a fight between two boys, was fine
one dollar, which be paid on the spot.
PERSONAL.-Mr. Salem Du tc her, of the ed!
torial staff of the World, was ia town las
Saturday, on bia way to Augusta, where b
expects to remain a few days on a visit c
pleasure and personal business. Mr. Dutche
la a careful observer and a forcible writer, i
gallar t ex-officer of the Confederate service
and bas accomplished a great deal during hi
connection of some years with the World, an
especially la his communications to that papei
doringa rather extended tour through th
Booth in the spring of 1871, toward correctlnj
the malignant misrepresentations concerni?)
the condltton of this section, which have beei
so industriously circulated at the North.
Toon OP EUBOPB.-Colonel J. B. Johnstoi
opens his celebrated panorama of a tour In Eu
rope to-morrow evening at the Hibernian Hal),
Tbe panorama opens with a scene at tba huge
emigrant depot at Castle Garden, New York,
whence, in company with tbe tm m o roue
colonel, the spectators are figuratively trans?
ported through Ireland, Switzerland, France,
Italy, the Holy Land, along the R.dne, ?fcc,
the pecullartraits and striking characteristic
of the country being fixed by scenes both
grand, cari?os and amusing. The colonel ac?
companies the exhibition with aa interesting
and humorous lecture, embodying his experi?
ence in these strange lands and places, and
will also sing the beautiful ballad of Kate
Kearney. The prices of admission are rea?
sonable, and one hundred valuable presents
will be awarded each night.
GRAND IRISH FESTIVAL.-One week from to?
day will be given at the Sch ut zen platz a grand
festival under the auspices of the Irish Rifle
Club of this cit7. Ia another column will be
found a programme lor the parade and subs??
quent festal amusements in detail. The
parade bids fair to be the largest and one of
the most enthusiastic among the citizens of
Charleston since the war, and the amuse?
ments bave been arranged with a view to
bringing out all of those traits of manly skill
and pluck which should adorn the young men
to whom Charleston looks lor her stay and
support In many a year to come. The hosts
opon this occasion have outdone even Irish
hospitality Itself, and eleven more clubs will
participate ia the enjoymeats of the day. The
ander taking ls a great one, especially with a
company of such recent organization and
standing, bat we doubt not that Irish pluck
will solve tbe problem, and make the festival
c a grand success. Every accommodation for
reaching the Platz will be ready, and cards of
invitation may be procured ol the committee
named*. Let tbe friends of healthy recreation
and amusement give the Irish Rifle Club a
helping hand in their magnanimous work.
EXPORTING PHOSPHATES.-The British bark
Henrietta cleared at the Customhouse, on
Saturday, with 900 tons of phosphates and 345
bags of cotton seed, consigned to London, by
Messrs. Wagner, Huger & Co.
CRUMBS.-The children of the Unitarian
Church had a picnic on Saturday, at Mount
! Firemen and boys were as plenty as black?
berries along the streets OB Saturday.
The Union Star have a large white banner
stretched across King street, in front of their
engine-house, and inscribed thusly : "Wel?
come to this City, our Fire Brethren.of Beau?
THE I. V. R. C.-At a meeting held at Hiber?
nian Hall, last Friday evening, the Irish Vol?
as teer Rifle Club was presented by Director D.
A. J. Sullivan, on behalf of Mr. T. P. Forreston,
with a handsome lava tobacco box, and by J
Messrs. Goldsmith & Bon with a fine set of |
The following prizes have been donated In
addition to those already mentioned to be shot
'for at the Festival: A handsome lava smoking
stand, by Mrs. M. A. McNamara, No. 128 King
street, and a pair of silver salvors, Irom Mr.
D. A. J. Sullivan. _
DAMAGE BY LIGHTNING.-The city was visit?
ed last Saturday afternoon with a brisk shower,
accompanied with vivid flashes of lightning
and. violent thunder. The sloop James L.
Rrandt, which was coming down Cooper River,
was struck by the lightning, the mast wa'
shattered and the occupants of the vessel, two
young men named Hamlin and McDowell,
were considerably stunned, although neither
or them sustained serious injuries. At about
eleven o'clock at night there was another
thunder shower, during which a bouse on the
eastern side of the city was struck by ilghf-1
nlng and the chimney knocked down.
"?TAKE WARNING BT HER."-About ten
o'clock Saturday night, Mrs. M. C. Altman,
residing In the upper part ot the city, got out
of her house and into a serious row on the
street, by interfering with a passer by. She
was arrested and taken to the Guard-house
and her husband sent for. The latter came,
and upon Anding out bow things stood, coolly
told the police to keep her there, as she was
Insane. Mrs. A. became highly excited at
thia, and went on In a way which only con.
Armed the allegations of the husband. She
was seen locked up to be out of harm's way,
ami Mr. A. left the scene of action for a
HARD ON THE MOLE.-On last Wednesday a
young man riding upon a mule bad Just time
enough to reach his father's place, about three
miles from Wlnnsboro', whither he had been
on business, when it began to rain heavily.
Stripping the saddle and bridle from the
mule, he Jumped into the piazza of the house
oat o? the rain, and let the animal go. The
latter walked off a few yards, and was about
to enter the door of the stable, when a dash of j
lightning came and it lell dead la Its tracks.
Tne young man was metaphorically thunder?
struck, but the mule v. as literally so, and has
gone the way of all flesh.
CURTAILING FUN.-On Saturday afternoon
an Immense excitement was created on Meet- j
lng street, near the Mills House, by the sudden
appearance of an unfortunate cur racing down
the street with aa empty lobster can tied to
hts narrative. The frightened animal, in Its
efforts to leave the trundling torture behind,
dashed into Inglis's fashionable hair-dressing
saloon, causing the occupants to vacate the
premises in all the blooming glories of luther
and champoo, &c. It was soon found, how?
ever, that the dog was not mad, and having
been freed ot the appendage the anim il went
Its way, leaving the occupants ol the saloon to
laugh over their sudden discomfiture.
WHITSUNDAY OB PENTECOST.-Yesterday WBB
observed In the Roman Catholic, Protestant
Episcooal and Lutheran churches as Whitsun?
day, commemorative of the descent of the
Holy Ghost on the day of Pentecost. Whit?
sunday occurs tea days after the Ascension,
aud derives its name Irom the fact that on this
day, in the ancient church, the catechumens,
who were thea baptized, as well as those who
had been baptized at Easter, appeared In
white garments. Pentecost was one of the
three great festivals of the Jews, on which
every male was obliged to appear before the
Lord at the tabernacle and afterwards in the
temple. The modera Jews celebra te lt dur?
ing two days, which they keep like those of
MAN KILLED ON THE RAILROAD.-About
eleven o'clock on Saturday night, a white man
was killed by the up train on the wilmington
and Manchester Rallrsad, one mlle above Flor?
ence. The men on the train, as they passed
up, saw that some one was ran over, and
hacked down to the place. They found the
body of a white man, who had evidently been
run over, with one leg and arm cat off and the
body otherwise fearfully mutilated. The blood
upon the body was hard and clotted, and
did not Aow as from a person who had
Just been killed. Near by was lying
the body of a colored man whom tbey took to
be dead and raised upon a plank lo take back
to Florenoe. As they raised bim he came to
his Benses suddenly and said he was all right.
He stated that the white man and he had acci?
dentally fallen asleep on the road while walt?
ing for the train. He had been In a sitting
posture, and was only knocked aside and
Btunned. The body of h's companion was
taken back to Florence where an Inquest was
held yesterday upon it.
CAT?OS A' SPRINGS.- NOW that the warm
weather ls upon us, our citizens begin to feel
the need of relaxation-the necessity of flee?
ing to some place, where, free from the cares
of business and the heat and turmoil of the
city, they can And both health and pleasure.
To such there Is no place like the celebrated
"Catoosa Springs," lying In the Piedmont
region ot Georgia, twenty-five miles southeast
ot Chattanooga, Tenn., and within two miles
of the Western and Atlantic Railroad.
These springs, fifty-two In number, embrace
every variety of mineral water found In the
famous mountains of Virginia. White, Red
and Black Sulphur, Alleghany, All-Healing
and Chalybeate, Magneslan, Soda and Iodine;
as also the waters characterizing the Mont
vale Springs of Tennessee and Indian
Springs of Georgia ; all of which are to be
found here In abundance, affording a certain
cure for dyspepsia, rheumatism, gout, liver
complaints, scrofula, all kinds of cutaneous
affections, and, in fact, every disease that
human Aesh ls heir to.
The buildings have been thoroughly reno?
vated and newly furnished throughout. A
magnificent ball-room, one hundred by thirty
feet, will afford ample room for the devotees
of the "poetry of motion," while ulllard
rooms, pistol galleries and bowling alleys,
good music, epicurean fare, health-giving
waters, brilliantly lighted with gas, buildings
and grounds; a Ane livery, and direct tele?
graphic and postal communication with the
reBt of the world, will give to the visitor every
amusement and comfort to be found at any
pleasure resort in the United 8tates. Excur?
sion tickets Irom Charleston to the sprlngB and
return, including staging, can be purchased
for $20 75. The springs will be opened on the
first day of June.
CONFIRMATION.--Yesterday afternoon the
Right Rev. Bishop Lynch administered the
rite of confirmation to eighty-one. persons in
St. Patrick's Church. Of these five were
STEALING TOOLS-About two o'clock yes?
terday morning Isaac Pontoux, a colored boy,
was arrested on the street with a large lot of
carpenters' tools lu his possession. The pris?
oner was charged by a colored man with hav?
ing stolen the same, and was locked up for
examination. The tools may be seen at the
THE NEW YOES FECIT MARKET_The Dally
Bulletin of Saturday says:
Apples are io light demand, and unchanged.
Strawberries are plenty; some 2000 crates ar?
rived to-day, and sold at 20a25j per quart.
We quote as follows : Strawberries 15d20c per
quart. Apples, mixed lot?, fair, UJ4 25; do.
prime, $4 50a6; russets, Roxbury, $5a5 60;
tavorlte varieties $5 75aC.
IMPORTANT TO DE?OQISTS AND APOTHECA?
RIES.-By the late act of the General Assembly
all persons engaged In these professions are
required to take out a license from the Medi?
cal College, and attention ls Invited to the ad?
vertisement of the Dean of the Faculiy in
another column. The faculty will meet every
Wednesday at the Medical College for the pur?
pose of granting licenses. Applications lor
licenses should be left at Mr. Barbot's apothe?
cary store, No. 48 Broad street.
SKIRMISH ON THE SHELL-ROAD.-Yesterday
afternoon, about six o'clock, two colored men
I had a plUhed battle with their fists on the
shell-road, opposite tho Old Magazine. The
smaller one, finding himself getting the worst
of it, drew a kniie and gave his more power?
ful antagonist a slash across the lett hip. The
big one uow swore at the top of his voice that
he was murdered, audJ tearing a long board
from the lenee, began to belabor the Iii tte one
over his head and shoulders. The latter, how?
ever, stumbled across a large stone, which he
caught up to throw. Hlg big antagonist saw
what was coming, and, seeing that the small
man intended to leave no stone unturned to
win, took to his heels in a style which defied
pursuit. The crowd which had gathered
cheered the li .tie man, who strutted around
for some time, in a high state of excitement
and elation. _ ?
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Dally Bulletin of Saturday, the 18th Instant,
Old potatoes rule dull, but without further
change. S*eet potatoes are about all gone,
and we omit prices altogether. New Bermu?
das are unchanged as yet, but probably will
be lower next week. Our quotations
are in bulk; in shipping order 60 cents per
barrel must be added. We quote as follows :
$2a2 50 per barrel for Peach bio ws ; $1 75>i2 per
barrel for Early Rose; $lal 50 for early Good?
rich; $1 75u2 per barrel for Dyrlgh'e; $1 50a2
per barrel for Jackson whites; $t 75a2 for
Prince Alberts. In sundry vegetables there Is
a fair trade doing and prices do not exhibit any
essential changes. We quote green peas, Nor?
folk, at $6a7 per bbl, and North Carolina about
the same. Carrots $2 75a$3 50 per barrel.
Radishes 75a$l for Jersey aud Long Inland,
per 100 bunches. Russia turnip* $3a$3 60
per barrel. Parsnips $1 50?i$2. Onions,
5Ccu$l for red, and about the same for white.
Spinae! $2 50a3 per barrel. Bermuda tomatoes
$1 per box; do onions $125al GO per crate. Rhu?
barb $4 per 100 bunches. Jersey and Long
Inland asparagus 6al0c: do. O vs ter Bay IGa
18c. Lettuce *4a8 per 100. Sprouts $3 per
Meetings This Day.
Washington Light Infantry Rifle Club, at 8
Sumter Rifle Club, at 8 P. M. .
Palmetto Guard Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Irish Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Riflemen Club, at 8 P. M.
Auction Salet This Day.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, shop goods.
Hotel Arrivals-Slay 18 and 10.
PAVILION HOTEL. .
C. Crane, W. Smith, New York; J. R. Phil?
lip?, -Peck, A. Loryea, South Carolina; W.
A. Torlay, Alabama; A. Ancker, Ballimore; A.
C. Shaffer, Walterboro'; W. F. Fuller, Brook?
lyn; F. M. Drennan, Jr., Columbia; D. W.
J. B. Henry, New York; M. L. Ogden and
wife, U. S. A.; R. P. Carpenter, Philadelphia;
W. H. Ohl, R. S. Hotchklss, Salem Dutcher
and wife, New York; A. R. So?les, Virginia;
Mrs. W. S. Black, Alabama; Mrs. Allan, W. 8>
Black, Columbia; C. D. Farrar, S. C.; Jas. B.
Johnson, Augusta; W. W. Palmer and wife,
Fla.; Mr. and Mrs. H. Anderson, D. C.; F. W.
Perkins, Npw York; L F. Chew, Washington,
D. C.; Sam'l Stone and daughter, Chicago; W.
A. ?Beall, Miss E. S. Willing, E. J. Cosgrove,
Georgia; Th os. Vaughan, Ga. R. R.; M. P.
Hamlin, U. S. R. M.; J. H. Troup, J. S. Pans
lay, Augusta, Ga.; W. B. Boyles, S. Splnz aiid
wile, New York; Geo. T. Leach, Raleigh, N. C.;
J. G. Holbrooke, New York; Ur. and M'me.
DePacher, Austria; Dr. Hy. Stone, N. O.; W.
S. Moore, Graham's X Roads; D. C. Peixotta,
J. C. Peixotta, E. M. Nathan and lady, Colum?
bia; P. N. Lenck and lady, Ga.
BUS m KU a NOTICES.
NEW COMMISSION HODSE_Mr. James Z.
Stocker has Just opened business as a commis?
sion merchant at No. 9 Vendue Range, where
he will be happy to see his friends and cus?
tomers, and Bell them the best of lime,
cement, land plaster, hair, <fcc. Mr. Stocker
has a splendid lot ol fresh lime-Alteen hun?
dred barrels-now landing. Give him a call.
A. R. STILLMAN'S DRY GOODS HOUSE, NO. 281
KINO STREET.-A large and well assorted
stock ol Casslmeres, Striped, Plaided and
Plain, cheap at $1. Tweeds at 50 cents. Plain,
Striped and plaided Cottonade?, Linen Drills
20 and 25 cents. White and Brown Linen
Ducks, all cheap at No. 281 King street.
ONE HUNDRED AND TEN Sluger Sewing Ma?
chines arrived last Saturday per schooner My
rover from New York. This celebrated Sew?
ing Machine seems to "take" in South Caro?
REMOVAL.-Messrs. Paul B. Lalane & Co.
have removed to No. 175 East Bay, two doors
above their old stand.
8-4 WIDE BLACK HERNANI for Shawls at a
reduced price. Piques-some beautiful Bro?
cade Stripes-Piques in colors, Striped and
figured, very handsome. Linen Lawn?,
Blouse Llnen9, at A. R. Stillman's, No. 281
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ?-Louis Cohen
? Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation, A
call is respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &,
Co., No. 248 King street. may 1G
TABLE DAM?SKS, Table Napkins and Dowlas
! very cheap. Towels. Marseilles, Allendale,
Honey Comb and Toilet Quilts, all sizes.
Linen Sheeting, Pillow Linens, all widths.
Russia, Bird "Eye and Huckaback Diapers,
Linen and Colton, all widths. .Genuine Russia
Crash, Plain and Plaid Dowlas, all cheap for
cash at A. R. '.Ullman's, No. 281 King street.
FrjBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, offer for this week the following bar?
gains: 200 10-4 Allendale Quilt?, $137?; 150
11-4 Allendale Quilts, tl 50; 100 12-4 Allendale
Quilts, $1 62?; 100 104 Honeycomb Quilts,
$1 40; 100 10-4 Honeycomb Quilts, bordered,
$1 60; 10 pieces Black Stripe Japanese, 75
cents; 10 pieces Colored Japanese, Plain and
Check, (new arrival,) 75 cents; 20 dozen
Ladles' Underveate, 76 cents; 20 dozen Black
and Buff Parasols, 50 eenie. Furchgott, Bene?
dict ?fe Co., No. 244 King street. may 13
HOSIERY, Gloves, Undervests, Soaps o? all
kinds, Perfumery, Fans, Fans of all kinds,
from a large Palm to a small Pocket Fan,
Pique Trimmings and Buttons, at A. R. Still?
man's Dry Goods House, No. 281 King street.
Ys THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es?
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic views of
Charleston and vicinity for Bale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. _ dec29
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, (1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, MouldingB, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. p. To ale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street
The above are all made at his own tactory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, ?c., from tbe
best manufacturers. mchS-fmwlyr
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
PLATINO CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c.
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 26c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
LONDON-Per British bark Henrietta-900 tons
phosnh.iV>. 84-? baas conon seed.
.NSW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-108
bag<- of sea island cotton, 349 bale? upland cot?
ton. 52 iterces of rice, 109 bales domeattcs and
goods, 490 nbls rocln, 20 biiiei mo.?8. 50 casks clay,
113 empty bbla, UM boxes vegetables, 619 pack?
Tbe Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
Opp TC K CHARLESTON NRWS,. I
SATURDAY EVEKING, May 18,1872. |
COTTON.-The demand was limited, but the mar?
ket showed a firm aspect, with light offerings.
Sales about loo bales, say l at 19,23 at 20\, 12 at j
22, 40 at 22Xr 13 at 22?.. 2 at 23C fl Bs. We quote :
Ordinary to good ore lnary.20 @21S
L"W ral idling.22S@
Rios.-There was a good demand for this grain,
with llrm and tull prices, particularly for good
qualities. Sales about 426 tierces, of which about
200 were Bold before and not reported; say 82 at
rsc, 85 at TS'. 8 at "ii, 13 at TX. o at 7 io-ia, 96
at 8,3 at aj?, 6 hair tierces strictly prime at 9??,
and 200 on private terms. We quote common to
fair at iy.@:ji, good s@8xc.
NAVAL STORKS.-The market waa quiet and
without transactions of note. In reply to inqui?
ries as to the abaeuce of reported Balea of spirits
of turpentine, we are Informed that the supplies
lately cgmlDg forward have been mostly tiken to
meet fat ere sales, made some time since, for May
delivery, on foreign account. We presume, how?
ever, that thete contracts will soon be filled, and
the market have Ita usual business to report.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $3 76 tor vir?
gin, $2 90 for yellow dip, and $190 for hard.
FREIGHTS.--To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi- J
aal on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via New
fork, sd on uplands, \a on sea Islands; by sall,
5 ied on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre - on uplands. Goaat wise-to New vor k by
steam $2 oa uplands and - on sea Islands; $l 60
fl tierce m rice; by sall sc ? rb on cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 600 fl barrel oa rosin; $8 ?a OD
mnuer; $io?Moa timber. To Boston, by sali?
do fl B on npland cotton; rosin esc; resawed
taff $9 60?io 60; phosphate $5@5 60. To Provi?
dence, by kail $8 fl M on boards, Kc fl lb on
cotton; by'steam $l fi bale on New York rates.
To Phi la iel phi a, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
oy Ball, $89 M on boarda; $9 60@io on Umber; $8
per ton en clay, and $3a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ateam Mo fl tt by sall, $o 6Q@7 ft
IC on boards; $8(9)8 60 on timber; $8 25 fl
con on phosphate rook. Vessels are In de?
mand by our merchaats to take lumber freights
.'rom Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and sauna River,
'la., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern porte,
ind $10@12 fi M are the rates on lumber and
nixon ANGL-sterling 60 day bills 23s
DOMESTIC EXCHANGK.-The banks pnrchue
sight checks on New York at par, and sell at s@
S premium. Outside they purchase at i-ie@s
fl cent, premium, and sell at a-i6?x premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 18.
Noon.-Conaols 93tf. Bonds 89%.
FRANKFORT, May 18.
PARIS, May 18.
Noon.-Rentes 64f 86c.
NEW YORK. May 18.
Noon.-Frelghta dall. Stocka strong, uold
steady at 13S Money easy at e. txuhaoge
long 9S, suort 10s. Governments dull a.d
Evening.-Money In rorenoon 0; la'er loaned at
2, and Clo ed a . 2a3. SieillngOSaUV Gold I3sa
13S. G.vernmcn.8 steady. Bauk statement:
Loans Increase three-quatter ml don; specie in?
crease three-eighths million; legal tenders lu
cr ase one and a hair millions; deposits Increase
two mll.lous; circulation Increase three-quarter
LIVERPOOL, May 18.
Noon.-Cotton opened steady; up.ands lis'd,
Orleans 1 lsd.
Later.-Cotton elrae 1 ste'dy; sales io ooo bales;
speculation and t xport 2000; shipping at Savan-1
uah or Caarlestua nsd.
NEW YORK, May 18.
> oom-cotton quiet and steady; uplands 24>?c,
Orleans 24 sc; sates 6Ju bales.
Kveoin*.-Cut on quiet; uplands 24Sc, Orleans
24&c; at es lSuo naas, sutes or cotton futures
touay 5550 bales, aa fi Ho wa: M?y *8X; Jane
.3 16-16. 24; July 24 3-16, 24s ; August 24; ?septem?
ber X*X: October *o>i; November io n-ie.
BOSTON. May is.
Cotton Arm; middlings 2J?ia24Kc; net receipts
197 bales; gross, ?00; sales 850; stock 13.608.
BALTIMORE, Mav 18.
Cotton quiet and strong; net receipts 296 bales;
gross 413; exports coastwise 60; sales 815,733 last
evening; stock 504A
ivoRFOLK. May 18.
Cotton qntet; net receipts 268 baies; exporta
coastwise 72; stock 1910.
WILMINGTON, May is. i
Cotton-net receipts 19 Dales; na.es o; stock
SAVANNAH, May 18.
Cotton very Urra, and lu good demand; mid?
dling 22wc; net receipts 133bales; exporta coast?
wise 412; sales 250; stock 19,363.
AUGUSTA, May 18.
Cotton, middlings 22tfc; net receipts 95 bales;
sales 190; market quiet and steady.
MEMPHIS. May 18.
Cotton quiet and firm; net receipts 308 baie j.
MOBILE, May 18.
Cotton qnlet and easy; middling 22Sa22Xc; net
receipts 11; sales 200; stock 17.896.
Nsw ORLEANS, May 18.
Cotton quiet; middling 28c; nee receipts 92
balt-a; gro.-s U9; exports ooascwlse 4391; Bales
2100; stock 78,463.
GALVESTON, May is.
Cotton, net receipts 21 bales; Bales 450; stock
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON, Mav 18.
Noon.-Sugar on spot sea 6da37a. Turpentine
LIVERPOOL. May 18.
Noon-Breadstufls quiet. Corn 29s. Tallow 48s.
NEW YORK, May 18.
Noon.-Flour dull and heavy. Wheat quiet and
heavy. Corn a sba-ie Armer. Pork quiet; new
mess $l3 85al3 90. Lard quiet and unchanged;
steam 9j?a9*?c Turpentine very firm at 60a62c.
Rosin quiet and steady at $3 65a3 70 for strained.
Evening.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
Irregular and unsettled; winter red western $1 02
al 03. Corn dosed lower at 74a74>ic Others
quiet aud unchanged.
BALTIMORE, May 18.
Floor qnlet and Arm. Wheat, omi and ?carce.
Corn doll; white7Sa80c: yellow 73; mixed western
70a7l. oats stead;; (southern eoe. Provisions
detuning, pork, mess, $14. Bacon unohaaged.
New York Rice Market.
KEW YORK, May 18.
The Dally Bn'letln says: For domeHtlj ihe mar?
ket remains Arm, holders still obtaining stimul?t*
lng accounts from Carolina, but tbe demand ls a
little slow and conflnea mainly to retail lots for
Immediate trade nae. Foreign grades are Bteady,
tire gold premium acting as a sustaining influence,
though toe stock on hand ts not la> ge, and the de?
mand ia very fair. Sales of 260 baga Rangoon at
7a7>ic; loo baga Patna at 7J?a7Ko, and 76 tierces
Carolina at 8??a9<?c.
The Naval stores Trade.
NEW Y?RS, Mar 18.
I Tli e naval stores trade ls In a more encouraging
condition. There have been sales this week of
anon 1 27.000 barrels for July delivery at 45 to 48c,
and about 27.000 barrels for August at 48c. The
market for spirits closes with much firmness, A
similar lively, ta-n has been tn bo. 2 robin, which
clodes firm at $31>7, with stocks well sold ont or
first hands, and a speculative move to reduce
stores In yard. Pale rosin is flu. and common ls
dull, bnt firm at $3 ?0. Tar ls in good demand at
$3 70 for large barrels. Pitch U llieless at $3 25.
New York Naval Stores Market.
Nsw YORK, May 18.
The Daily Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 669
tibia, roam, lu? uo. spirit* turpentine. 60do tar.
Spirits turpentine are inf lr request.and prices
show a decided improvement, cloning v?.ry strung
with 62c bid and eitSi asked for merchantable
order; sales about 600 bbls., including 40 bb s. a
6 'C., 60 bbls. lo arrive at sic, li 0 bots, to arrive
per "Benef. ctor" at oise 88 bbl?, at eic, ana
18 ? bum. at 620. Rosin ls m Improved deo and, but
strained, at the c;o -e, ls a trille easier, and held
at aojut $3 60; sales 700 bbls. strained at $3 So lu
yard; 600 do. to arrive at $3 co; 1000 do. future
delivery on private terms, ino No. 1 at $4 60; KM
do. at $6 60; to do. at $6 76; 330 do. at $6att. and 2 j
extra pa J at $7. Tar ts quiet but nrmly held.
Pitch quiet ana anchauged.
New York Coffee Market.
NEW YOKK, May 18.
The Daily Ballet la gays: The exact volume of
business on Brazils nurina the past week is
sjiuewhat uncertain, owing to the suppression of
particular, in a great many eases, but t ne aggre?
gate la undoubtedly large, esp.dally where the
re-pal- a of carg -es are lnctodeu. Values bave ad?
vanced most rapid y on the Oner qualities, but
ordinary grades have sympathized tu some ex*
tent, amt holden think must be more freely
H'.ught. after at an early day. Considerable
qoaiuit es have aiso beau distributed a ?d the
B Lock tn o tn first aid second h inds ls redaced
her?and at me ? atports. e-peclallj at Baltimore,
however. Throngliunt the recent changes in the
market Java has been rather neglecieJ, and
no large or ?mportaut movement took
place, bot holders have remained firm
and confident, and seem ts think tn.tt
tne relative cheapness of their stock ronsr,
soon attract attention. On West India
styles tncre ls not much to add to previous re?
ports, tho demand keeping about up to the offer?
ing, und prices generally ruling very tl rm, with a
constant tendency toward a higher range on ail
first-class parcels, and a go d many holders with?
drawing supplies entirely. For the day - ne move?
ment has been fair, and the general market
closes nrmly, wlih a few of our quotations again
somewhat advanced, though, lu some cases, the
outside figures Bhow the asking rather than the
b.ddlug tates. Sales of 1681 bags Rio per North
America; 8033 do per Metrlrn.se. and 1500 bags
Manila, tne ?alter at 16c. gold, in bond. We quote
Kio, gold, in bond, as i olio wa: < n d mary cirgoes
14Xal6c; fair do 15>ial6; good do ttgalT: prime
do nxaissi; Java, mats and bags, gold, duty
paid, 21,s;a??; ?singapore 18al9X; native Ceylon
lsnaioy; Maracaibo 19>?a21; caguayra ISjfssi;
St. Domingo (gold, tn boud) 18al3x; Jamaica isa
IBS': Costa Moa 18a20; Mexican 19ai9J?; Savanlha
Colambna Cotton Market.
COLUMBUS, May 17.
In our market to-day there was a gi.od de?
mand for better grades; sales 818 bales, at the
following figures : Ordinary 18al9c, good ordl
nary 2oa20Xc, low middlings 21KC, middlings
2lXc Week's receipts 1-8 ba'es.against 201 the
previous one, and 171 the corresponding wetk
last season: shipments 424 bales; saieaoftbe
week 432 bales.
Stock on hand August 31,1871. 1,660
Received past week. 118
Received previously.88,894- 89.012
Shipped past week. 424
shipped previously.86,864- 37,278
Stock May 17, 1872. 3,284
On the week the atuck has decreased 306.
, Interior Cotton Markets.
OBANOXBURO, May 17.
Sales during the week 14 bales; we quote ordi?
nary i9Kc; low middling 2QX; middling i>%.
ONION, Hay 16.
17 bales sold during the week; market opened
on Monday at -, closed to day at 2uhi.
LAURENS, May 16.
Cotton ls selling at 20c.
MONTGOMBRY, May 17.
Cotton market firm with good demand; good
ordinary 21;sirlct good ordinary 2iJi; low mid
dim, s 22; mid dings 2JJ4C
Receipts by Railroad. May 18.
SOOTO CAROLINA RAILROAD.
197 bales cotton, 74 bales goods, 476 bbls naval
Blores, 60 bbls Hour, 642 bags grain, 2 cars stock.
To lt ail road Agent, Pelzcr, Rodgers A co. Frost,
Adgt-r A CO, R Ulscholf A co. Q U Walter &, co, T
T chapeau A co, W B smith A co, F u C Kracke,
Kinsman A Rowell, W B Williams A Son, Wau?
den A Jones, W c Bee A co, Tren holm A Son. T M
Hanckei, O Lelbenrood, Jeffords A co, lledeman,
Calder A co. QuacKenbush, EBUII A co, G Foltlu, H
Bu.winkle, B O'Neill, K C Sharp, W C Courtenay A
co, Sloan A Seignl.us, Blanton A son.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York
T liartlgau, Mrs Bond, Mrs Davis, M ss L Kelly. O
A Parker aud wife, Mrs Pard-e, Miss Graham, J
Vun Weyen bei g, wife and Child, J B Santy aud
Wife, Miss ?attelle, Miss bulkley, Mrs B wh.tuey,
N P White. Mrs Mint, Miss Rill, J tr Ne-rn un sud
wife, U whitney, wife and two children, ti Dor?
sey, E lt Houghton and five servants. W U (.lark,
T H Mulholland, W Uaunegao, O P Keyes, Mrs t?
Broughton and three chi.dren, Mrs Miller, Julia
Mee* ut-, Jas Har ral, J oil usn. W Zeha, c Water?
man, O F Wood, s Punue??, s Link, wife and four
children, J B lieu ry, t? Drake, Mrs Grainger, Mrs
aelly, A F Tyler and wife. Mrs P Oolburn aud two
servants, Miss Tiekney, F Harraann. A Simonis.
Mrs L Foster and daughter, Rev M M Wells and
wife, Mrs Bishop and dummer, Jud.ro Oiauum, J
?prague, Major Ogden aud wIf-, E J Cosgrove. 1'
Vaughan, J H Head, J Tobin, Y Toy .or and wife,
Mn. uwyun, Mrs Coventry, Mrs Pringle and twu
cnn J reu, J Palmer and wile, Mrs spears and three
children, Mrs EO'Bi len and two children, W w
Ben) mun, Mrs Potters and (laughter, Mrs Shep?
pard, child and nurse, P F Daveup .rt, H Meyer,
w L. Porter, B Mautouc, P costello, J Buckley, Mrs
McKee and child, and niue decs.
Per steamship South carolina, from New York
David West, Win .-mitti, A Fairchild, A K Suules,
Bishop Lynch, Chas Destiles. K N >>o cbklss, o rt
Guurhrup, C Dietol, Thus Blake, Jas Murra,, Mrs
J R Walker, a Dutcher and wile, Wm S Black and
wife, Mrs Allen, and three duck.
Per steamer Dictator, irom Palatka via Jack
sonvl le. Fern?n-una and Savaunan, Ga-Miss
Wil ie, Mr Bell, Miss Bartel, M as Buckley, Mrs W
Owluu, Miss dill, Mr White, Mr stiles aud lady,
Mrs stickney >? nd turee servants, Mr Stone, Miss
Mt ne. Mis Bishop and child, Judge Black, Mrs
..pear and turee children. Mr Taylor and lady, Mr
Palmer and lady, Mr Tuttle, Mrs l'ardue, Mr Wil?
kinson, J L Ingliss, Mr Smith and lady, P Smith,
and ten deck.
IO HT CA LI" A DA li,
New Moon. 7th, 7 hours 69 minutes, morning.
First Quarter. 16th. 10 hours, 46 minutes, morn'g.
Foll Muon, '.2d. 6 hoars, 49 miuutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 29th, 8 hours, 63 minnies, morning.
R. * S
CHARLESTON, H. C.MAY 20, 1872.
bat82deg46 min83 sec. | Lon 79deg67 min27sec
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett. New York
-left 15i h tu8r. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co,
W A Courtenay, J Apple, J E Adger A co, A M
Adger, Railroad Agents, souihem Expi?es co, O
W Almar, J D Aiken, U Bart A co, T M Bristoll A
CO, E Bates A co, B Boyd, T L Blssell, Capt G W
Bradley, H Blachuff & co, T A Beamish, Mrs M
Burua Bremer * Uotgeu, Cameron, Barkley & co,
T M cater, L cohen A co, Chase A Cuttlno, JOH
Claussen, J Oampsen A co, H Cobla A co, W H
cn afee A co, Cohen, Uancktu A co, Geo connor,
Mrs E Conlon, Ceo S Cook, Crane, Boy .eton A co,
Do wie, Moise A Davis, J B Duval A Son, P Darcy,
Ellas Bros, D Fitzgibbon, IL Falk A co, A W Eek*
el k co, D P Fleming k co, Fnrohgott, Benedict k
co, Forsytne. McComb k co, B Feldmann k co. J
S Fairly k co, B Foley, E H Gardner, O Graveley,
JJ Goldstein 4 son. Hart & co, J Gorham, Hoimea
* Calder, F S Hoimea, Geo A Hopiey A co, N A
Haut, o H Johnson, Johnston. Crews A co. H
. Klaue A co, Jeffords A co, Kllnck, Wilkenberg- A
co, Kinsman A Broa, Knobeloch A Small, ? Kerri?
son, O A Lengnlck. Paul B L-ilane 4 co, Ladd.
Martin A Mood. OJ Lorin, J H Lawton A co, J H
Lopez, S R Marshall k co, EW Marshall k co, J
G Milnor A co. Mc Loy A Klee, Meocke A Muller,
W McKay, Wm Matthlessen. P F Murray, Misa M
Clear. B Montague, Rev I Moultrie. A Nimitz, B K
Nenf ville, T S Nlpson, D O'Neill A Son, B O'Neil, D
O'Neill. N M Porter. O P Poppenhelro, E Perry,
C Plenge, D Pani A co, Paul, Welch A Brandes. J
K Pringle A Sou. Ravenel A co. Ravenel, Hoimea
k co, J R Read, Riordan. Dawson A co, Steffens,
Werner A Ducker, Wm P Russell A co, Shackel
ford A Kelly, L schnell, steele A warden, D u MI
COX, Stoil, Webb A co. A O Stone, Otto F wieters
Jno F Taylor A co, RThomllnson A <o, M Trlear'
F Thompson, A L Tyler. Tldeman, Calder a co, ?
Von Santen, Walker, Evans A Cornwell, Thomas
A Lanneau, P wineman A co, S H Wilson A Bro,
Whltternore A Rhodes, W J Yates, and others.
Commercial Line sehr Alice B Gardner, Turner,
New York-8 days. Mdse. To H F Baker k co,
D A Amme, H Bischoff k co, T M Bristoll k co,
Bollmann Bros, Cameron, Barkley A co, TM Ca?
ter. E R Co wp? rt h wal t, W H Ch if oe A co, Dowie.
Mdse A Davis, John Heins. E M Grlmke, H Klatre
A co, O Kornahren?, G s Hacker, Holmes k Cal?
der, Order, ? 0 Railroad Agent, D H si.cox, Capt
Wm Ludlow, B O'Neill, P B Lalane A co, J W Lin
lev, Tiedeman, Calder A co, N M Porter. Steffens,
Werner A Oueker, Quackenbosh, l?atiU A co, P P
Tone, O F Wiet-ra, 0 W Stiles, Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, P Walsh.
Sehr Snow Squall, Norton, Rockcort, Me-12
days. Lime, lo Jas. Z Stocker. Vessel to H F
Baker A co.
Sehr M M P.ite, Abbott, Boston-10 days. Ice.
To Alva Gage A co,
Sehr Paciac. Tolar, Georgetown, S 0. 8soo bush?
els cord. To ShacKelford A Kelly.
jehr Ann S i 'eas. Garnant, West Point Mill. 00
tierces rice. To W O Bee A co, and Cohen, Hanck
el A co.
Steamer Dictator. Coxetter, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. Mdse and
sundries. To Ravenel A co, Paul, Welch k Bran?
les. Ii L P McCormick, and others.
Sloop Julia Dean. Harris, Oombahee. 1200
bushels rough rice. To W O Bee k co.
Sehr E'la M Pe'' nell, Mitchell, Baltimore-a day?.
Coal. To Guailght co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
British bark Henrietta, Bennett, London-Wag?
ner, Huger A co.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New York.
Seor L A Edwards, Rowland, Norwalk, Conn.
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeGroot, Baltimore.
FROM THU POUT.
Steamship Georgia, Orowel), at New York, is th
Steam tug Republic, Melville, at Philadelphia,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, at Baltimore, May ic,
via Port Royal, Va.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW TOBE, May 18.
Arrived, steamship1* Hain, calabria, Georgia,
England, Cromwell. Uoltej. states and Huntsville.
Arrived out, the Assyria.
The sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, from Charleston
for Boston, arrived at Vineyard Haven nth last.
The sehr Wm Slater, from Georgetown, S O, for
Boston, arrived at Vineyard Haven l4tn last.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. 0.
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, from Charleston, oth
sehr Ridgewood, Derrlckaeu, from New York,
Sehr J G Stover, -, for Bucksport, Me, with
lumber, 12th Instant,
Sehr Mary Lymburner. French, for Albany, NY,
with lumber, 13th Instant.
PORT OF BEAUFORT, S. 0.
Ship En?rgy, Oanlktn?, for Scilly Islands, with
[ 1200 toa-1 phosphates, lath lnsrant.
Sehr Farragut, Hart, for Kennebnnkport, Me,
206,000 feet resawed lamber, 13th Instant.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 18
The Avondale. Adams, up.Jin 18
Br bark onward, Evans, np.April 12
The Georgiana, -, up.......Apr?l7
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26
The Carl N Dobeln, S te nan, %9???.Jan 10
Br bark Ftlle de r Mr, Jones, cleared.March 16
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, op.March 20
The Lalla, Goudy, sailed.Feb 27
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 10
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Wuffer, sailed.April 8
Brig Minnie Abby, Harding, cleared.May 10
.Brig Caroline Gray, -. up.May ll
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, up.May 6
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, up.May ll
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared.May 16
Sehr L T Knight, McIntyre, sailed.May 3
SAVANNAH, BEAUFORT AND WAY LANDINGS
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will receive Freight at Accommo- r _<JT*??hi
Hon Wharf, every TUESDAY, undaSHsskSStf
leave for above points every WEDNESDAY JUUHN
I>0, at 8 o'clock.
Freight received for points on Savannah R'ver,
to bo transferred to steamer CLYuE, leaving sa?
vannah every THURSDAY.
Consign tn eats t ? care of Agents will be forward?
ed free or storage or commissions.
For engagements apply to .
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
mayl8-2 _No. 177 East Bay.
_?The splendid Steamer,_
wm leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING,
at 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, DI cr \TOK leaves Palatk 1 FKIDAY
MORNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON,
For Freight or Passage, having 11rst-Claas Ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENFL k CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
ST. AUGUSTINE AND ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
Captain L. M Coxetter, will leave.\_
Charleston on TUESDAY EVENING, 21st lnstaut, un
a GRAND EXCU -.Mos to Florida, arriving at Sa?
vannah early Wednesday Morning, and remain?
ing there until the arternoon, affording ample
time to see the city, visit Bu- navem ure and other
pointa of Interest. Leaving .-avannah Wednes?
day Afternoon at 3 o'clock, will arrive at Fer?
nandina same night, Jacksonville early Thursday
muming, and Palatka ?awe evening-thus pas?
sing up st John's River bv daylight, stopping at
all pointa or Interest, atfordiag a rare rpporta
nlty or seeing, to the best advantage, the mo?t
beantlful or southern livers. Returning, will
leave Jacisonvlde Friday Morning for 8t. Augus?
tine, artivlng there same day, where a most
agreeable time may be spent Inspecting the an?
cient spanish Fortress, the cathedral, and other
relic8or the n rs t set i lernen: on the Continent. In
sailing on the Kay, or vl-drlng the orange Groves
or the neighborhood. Leaving St. Augustine on
Sa ui day, will arrive at Fernandina same after?
noon, savannah early sunday Mornlug, and
charleston same afternoon.
Fare tor round trip, $18. No extra charge for
meals or stare-rooms.
For Freight or passage apnly to
RAVEN EL A CO., Agent?,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
roe urstclass British barkALTCEO.,Cap
ram Dix. win accept Freight (CottoM ?orfMf
tho above port. Apply .to HKNRYCARD,
mayis_Accommod itjog Wharf.
J O B BALTIMOBE.
FREIGRTS RECEIVED DAILY, ANO'THROUGH
BILLS LADINO JS?U?D- .
TO . ; x
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
. LIVERPOOL ANO BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship SRA. GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sat! for Baltimore, on FBTDAT, Uta
May, at 6 o'oiock P. M.
ai- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Gooda from
the Railroad Depot tn Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage an ni v to
PAUL O. TRENHOLM, Agent,
may20-5 sa 2 Union Wharves.
OH NEW YOEE..
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The popular SI Je wheel Steamship CHAMPION,
R. W. Locawo'id, Commander, will call from Ad
ger's Soatn Wharf for the above port on SACTTB
JJAT. the 26th inf tant, at 6 o'clock P. M.
tar The CHAMPION is handsome y and com?
fortably fitted np for passengers, and offers supe?
rior 1'idncements to trave b-ra going Nt rth. ' - Tl
av Marine In miranee by tuts lme hair per cent.
49* Through Bills or Lading given on cotton to
Li vcr p ol. Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land un nu factoring towna
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply, to
may20 6 JAMES ADOER A CO.. Agents.
mflE FHJJiADELPHIA IRON STEAK
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SOREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,!
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, lnanrtng a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both term mi. afford ra old transportation
to and from all points lu the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen*
49-The GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall
from Brown'd Wharf on FRIDAY, May 24th, at
4 o'clock P. M.
?- The VIRGIMA Will follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union WUaapes.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, Na. 1%
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
JOB NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY 22D, AT 8
O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
sail 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 Genoa, Trieste,
Naples, Leghorn, Christiana, Gothenberg and to
Glasgow, by Anchor Ltne Steamship; to New
England Cities as usual,
insurance b/ steamers of this Line jf percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement?!, having
very one j>ek Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAH s ER, HUGER A CO.. No 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JJED?CT10N IN PASSAGE BATES I i
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS. - i
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any jgf??^
Rsl!way .-"allon or Seaport tn Great ?AJgtlfS
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, ?tcuiuark,
Gem any. France, Holland, Belgium, and the
, Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $60. By saturday's >< earners $66 and' $76.'
FXoUHSlON TICKETS. $120.
Ia-ermediate, $83; Steerage, $2*, aU payable In
Partie? Bending for their friends In the Old
Cou try can purchase tickets at lowest rates. "'
Fur further part icu ai s apply io the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. I".,
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
pAOlPIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPrS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pier ?tfF&pir.
No. 42, North River, foot of CnB&\^UmSi
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or me iota
and co ttl or every month except when these
dates fall on sunday, then the >aturday preceding.
All departures connect at, Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacltic and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco tl rat of every month, except when lt falls on
dunda?; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplu wall. . .
One hundred pounds baggage free to eac ?adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage "Ticker.* or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, ou the wharf
foot of Canal stree;, North River, New York. .
Jalv26-lyr_F. R. HABY. Agent.
J^OR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their first-class, full power
Iron screw steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. lt., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, anply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Billa 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 AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
miva or WM. A. COURTENAY.
TTO A. MOSES, PH. D
Geological Surveys and Maps promptly and
exactly executed. Phosphate and Mining Pro?
perties reported upon, and Working Plans fur?
nished. Separat ug and Metallurgical Proces?
ses adapted to Ore Dr posits, special attention
to CHEMICAL ANALYSES or FERTILIZERS,
Dinars, Ores, Minerals, Ac. LABORATORY,
dec23-=r,otrmmn Vn. 2? n*n?vA -rt-Ant.
Q ? N D O B A N G O' 1
The undersigned has Just received a supply of
the Great South American Cancer Remedy-CUN.
DURANGO. ? " H. BAER,
j anio No, isl Meeting street.