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THE EPISCOPAL SUNDAY-SCHOOLS.
InteriiMting Anniversary Exercises at
Grace C burch.
Tbe anniversary exercises of all the Episco?
pal Sunday-schools In the city were held yes?
terday afternoon in Grace Church, Wentworth
street, and proved more than usually attrac?
tive and Interesting.* The schools represented
were those of the Church of the Holy Com?
munion, Grace Church, St. John's Chapel, St:
Luke's Church, St. Michael's Church, St. Paul's
Church, 8t. Philip's Church and St. Stephen's
Chapel. The children first assembled in their re?
spective Sunday-school rooms and there form?
ed in procession, which, at4 P. M., marched to
Grace Church, preceded by the banners ol the
different schools. At Grace Church, the posl- j
tlpn allotted to each school was indicated by
printed cards attached to the pews, and the
vaBtthiongs o? children where by this means
promptly seated. The scene in the church
was striking and beauM Int The brlght-laced
children, whose dresses reflected every hue of
the rainbow, with a fair sprinkling of adult
friends and teachers, completely filled the
body of the church, and could not have num?
bered less than one tho?sand. Upon the walls
at the side of the church were displayed the
banners of the different schools, and In the
chancel were assembled a number of the Epis?
copal clergymen of the city, including the
Revs. John Johnson, of St. Philip's; C C.
Plnckney, of Grace Church; A. W. Marshall,
D. D., of Sc. John's Chapel; J. Mercer Green,
city missionary, and W. H. Hanckel, of St.
The exercises were preceded by a service of
prayer, conducted by Bev. Messrs Hanckel
and Johnson,"alter which the annual reports j
of the varions schools were read by Bev. Mr.
Johnson. These were listened to with great
Interest, and exhibited very encouraging de?
gree of progress during the past year, and a
very satisfactory condition of the schools at
the present time. A hymn was next sung by
the choir and -the congregation, and thes an
address was delivered by Mr. H. P. Archer,
In which he reviewed the work of the past
' year, pointed out its features of encourage?
ment, and exhorted his hearers, both teachers
and scholars, to press on with Increased ener?
gy and zeal, keeping ever before them the
banner of Christ, and remembering that in
that sign they must conquer.
After the singing of another hymn the chil?
dren were addressed' by the Bev. Mr. Plnck?
ney, who exhibited a, map or chart, showing
by a series of light and dark squares, each
representing one million of inhabitants, the
comparative space of the earth's surface oc?
cupied by Christians, Jews, Mahomedans and
heathen, and the number of people embraced
in each class. By means of this chart he
showed the giant strides that had been made
toward Christianizing the'world, and de?
duced lessons of encouragement rfor all de- j
voted to the service of Christ in the nurseriea |
Of His church.
This was followed by another bymn,\Uter j i
which the benediction was pronounced by the j
Bev. Mr. Plnckney abd the schools were dis?
ORGANIZED.-At a meeting of the directors of
the South Carolina Beal Estate, Planting and
Mining Company, held yesterday io pursuance
of notice, the following officers were elected:
William Aiken, president; William J. Magrath,
first vice-president; John Chadwick, second
vice-president; Francis G. Cart, secretary and
treasurer; J. B. Campo;11, solicitor.
PISTOLS AND COFFEE.-Monday night, about
twelve o'clock, a disturbance occurred at the
corner of Concord and Inspection streets, in
which Isaac Evans, colored, drew a pistol
upon Robert Wilson. Before the weapon could
be used Clubs and Stars put In an appearance
aud the drawer submitted to the arrest. The | jj
case was referred to a ir lal Justice for adjudi?
NORTHERS VISITORS TO FLORIDA.-The Jack?
sonville (Fla.) Union says that never before
has that city had such an influx of Northern d
Visitors as during the past season, and es ti- C
mates that their numbers during the past six tl
months have reached 15,000. The register of
one hotel shows for that term 3342 names, o
That ls only one ont of thirteen hotels and P
boarding houses in the city.
GRANT Aim SCOTT.-Jas. Grant, a colored tl
man convicted at the late term of the Inferior el
Court of assault and battery,-was yesterday ti
pardoned by Governor Scott. Grant bad been ti
sentenced on the 3d day ol May to pay a fine ?
or ten dollars, and spend thirty days in the [
Charleston Jail. He had already served ont si
eighteen of the thirty days bet?re the pardon IE
was granted. The pardon takes off twelve tl
days of confinement, and he Is now Scot free, tc
COLONEL JOHNSTON'S PANORAMA , of a Tour In ti
Europe, was witnessed by a large audience at 0
the Hibernian Hall last evening. Tbe enter- ti'
talnment was much enlivened by the humor- tr
ous descriptions with which Colonel Johnston 0I
accompanied the exhibition, and passed off n
very agreeably. The gorgeous transiormatlon 01
scenes, supposed to represent picturesque '
caverns under the Bhine, were generally ad?
mired, and elicited frequent applause. This
evening the performance will be repeated,
with the attractive distribution ol one hundred
CRUMBS.-The schooner Herald was sold at
auction, at South Atlantic wharf, yesterday
morning, by William McKay, for six hundred
The general committee of the State Sunday
School Convention hold their final meeting
this evening, at the hall of the Young Men's
Christian Association. All sub-committees
are requested to make their final reports.
State Senator Y. J. P. Owens, of Laurens, is
stopping at the Charleston Hotel.
The Sea Gull, having been unavoidably de
talned at this port, will sall for Baltimore on
Saturday next, at six P. M.
PBSSENTATION.-At a meeting of Union
Chapter, No. 3, R. A. M., held last evening at
Holmes's Lyceum, Past High Priest Augustine
T. Smythe was presented with a valuable
jewel an an acknowledgment o? valuable ser
vices rendered the lodge. The presentation
was made with complimentary remarks by
Brother J. Somers Buist, and acknowledged
in a suitable and graceful manner by the reci?
pient. The Jewel was designed and artisti?
cally fashioned by Mr. A. W. Lewin. It con?
sists of a heavy triple delta badge of gold
hanging from a crimson ribbon, on which is a
star with the name of the lodge, sormounted
by the pick and spade In gold.
A RADICAL ASPIRAN T.-The following
"notis," by an aspiring colored individual of
Matthew's Bluff, Beaufort Countv, was lately
posted on a store door in that place, and has
since been going the rounds of the press. If
lt be genuine the writer has certainly Bhown
himself to be superior in scholastic attain?
ments to some of the members of the present
L?gislature who can make no pretensions to
writing at all:
May 13, 1872.
Notts of all the Sltison of South Caroallna
For Reperzentlf of Berford County. I was
hlr In this County ever scencel was a Boy
My edecasean I got hear I was bl one i og to
Mr Lane in siaivry time born and raze blr
In this co un tray I will say to ali the Repub?
lics Sltison. * ? J Cook
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
We give below, and propose to furnish from
week to week, a list of actual transfers of real
estate in the City o?. Charleston as recorded
during the past week in the office ol Mr. Wm.
J. McKinlay, registrar of mesne conveyances
for the Countv o? Charleston:
February 16,1871-East Bay e. a., one
lot, H. Pinckney to E. Bull.- - - . **L.-??
November 28, 1871-Doughty street, s
g.. one lot, H. H. DeLeon, referee, to
Cath. Boland.VV'?'?' '
_ 1871-East Bav, e. s.. one lot, C. C.
Pi'ncknev, heirs ol, to F. D. C. Kracke, 159
March C, 1872-Smlth street, e. s., one
lot. Wm. J. Gayer, referee, to Edward
March 28, 1872-Tradd street, s. 8., one
lot, W. G. DeSaussure, referee, to W.
April 23, 1872-Broad street, n. s., one
lot, W. G. DeSaussure, referee, to Jno.
April 29, 1872-Savage street, e. s., one
lot, 76 6 by 93, Conrad Wlenges to Al?
fred Bernard and Henry A. Cohen... 750
Mayl, 1872-Ashley sireet, e. e., two
lots, Wm. Lucas to Robert H. Lucas.. 1,500
May 2, 1872-Whari and Inspection
streets, one lot, Wm. and Jas Bobb to
Chas. A. Rutherford.3j0
May 9, 1872-Spring street, s. s.. one lot,
36 by 52.6, Chas. H. Reade to Jos G ra
May 9, 1872-Kine street, e. s., one lot,
Pat'k Brady to John Hynes. 1,8??
May li, 1872-State Btreet, w. e.. one
lot, H. H. DeLeon, releree, to Cato.
May 15, 1872-Charleston. Neck, farm,
Dan'l B. Gllllland to the Farmers'Fer
Ulizer Company...... ... . .? 8>000
_ 1872-Hayne, Church and Pinck?
ney streets. 3-100 of two lots, Dau'l F.
Fleming to Sam'l A. Nelson... 13,700
_ 1872-Hayne. Church and Pinck?
ney streets. 25-100 pf two lots, Dan'l
F. Fleming to James M. Wilson.13,700
NOT DEAD YET.-James Grant, the colore,
mau who was mentioned In yesterday's NEWS
as having been badly cut with a razor by
another man, on the Bulow place, in St.
Andrew's Parish, was received Into the City
Ho?p" tl on Monday night. The wounds upon
his chin and shoulder were not severe, but
the gash upon the neck was deep and danger?
ous. He received prompt attention, add his
wounds are all healing up rapidly. James
will probably be up and doing In about a
fortnight's time, and will probably be more
careful next lime about who shaves him.
ACCIDENT.-On Monday last, while a boat
containing six white females and children, and
a colored man, was in Wando Hiver, near
Bemley'd Point, lt was struck by a flaw and
upset. The whole party were in imminent
danger of drowning, but fortunately the mis?
hap was witnessed by some colored fishermen,
who hastened to the spot and succeeded In
rescuing all of the unfortunates. The colored
men who ^rendered such opportune assistance
were named William Roper, J. Maurice, Dick
Richardson, Joe Smith, B. Chisolm, S. Hug?
A NOISY TIME.-Clifford street was alarmed
DD Monday night about hull-past nine o'clock
t>y the loud cries of murder and help which
proceeded from a woman who had taken re?
fuge in a house from the police, and was re?
listing the arrest. She had just stolen a pair
ol shoes, and being pursued by the loser and
the police, had taken reluge as stated. After
? hard struggle, In which it seemed that th
aouse was going to be pulled down, the
woman, Diana Simons, was captured and
edged In the Guardhouse. She admitted the
?eft and disturbance before the Mayor y ester
lay morning, and was sent to the House ol
Correction for twenty days.
CLUBS AND STARS.-John Allen, arrested for |
icing disorderly at the corner of Mazyck and
Broad streets, was fined one dollar, and paid.
Isaac Jervey, lodged for being drunk and
-alslng a disturbar.:e on the premises ot a
gentleman in Lauboll street, was fined one j
Perry Glo*verKlodged for being drunk and
ising Indecent language In Queen street, was
isited with a Blmilar sentence.
Ben Hernandez, arrested for disorderly con
luct at the residence of Hannah 'Deas, In
?burch street, waa turned over to a trial Jus
A black horse, four 1 promenading, cost his
wner.one dollar to. .jgaln possession of his
NIOHT THIEVES ON THE ROUNDS.-Last week,
ie apartment of a gentleman, on Rutledge
ixeet, was entered by thieves, who cut j
irough the window-blinds and pushed back
ie bolt, and carried off a pocketbook and
i venal pieces of clothing.
On Monday night, a residence on Tradd
reet was attempted to be entered in a slml
ir manner. The operators had sawed through I
ie blinds when they were discovered and put |
Yesterday morning the chamber of a gen
eman residing in Legare street was entered [
?r thieves, who carried off a complete suit of I
ne black clothes. They effected their eu
anoe by climbing up into the piazza between']
ie and five o'clock A. M., and effected the
lld without awaking the Bleeping occupants
? the apartment or house. Bolt the windows,
id be careful these close nights.
THE MYSTERIES OP JUSTICE.-A correspon?
dit relates a curious, not to say suspicious,
icldent In connection with the cases against |
ie county commissioners, which after pend?
le for many months were finally discontinued
F nolle pros, in the Inferior Court. He says
lat the books of the county commissioners
low that a check was issued to one Mrs. Mcc?
ullough for three thousand dollars for timber
unis lied In building and repairing bridges;
lat a bench warrant was issued to compel tbe
tendance of Mrs. McCullough, wno was taken
om a Bick bed'and brought Into court as a
lt ness; that she there learned to her surprise
lat the cases were dropped, and that she was
id ls ready to swear that she never had any
mtract and never received any check or j
loney for furnishing timber to the county,
rid that on the contrary she had given the
Dunty commissioners permission to take oil
ie timber they wanted, lree ot charge, in
rder to repair and build bridges for the con
enlence of the public. Somebody certainly
ught to explain.
PRIZES AT THE PICNIC-The tollowlng isa
st of the prizes awarded at the annual picnic
? the Turnverein last Monday at Mount
Target shooting: First prize, silver goblet,
[. Behrens; second prize, lava cigar case,
To the ladies: First prize, handsome toilet
et, Mrs. P. Wltsel; second prize, pair of
ower vases, Miss Louisa Scheibe.
The prize for the guests was won by J.
enlor. The gentlemen ali shot with rifles,
ne weaker-nerves of the ladles being accom.
iodated by an air gun.
The prizes for the beBt turning were award
d as follows: First prize, handsome colored
thoographlc atlas, A. Kroeg; second prize,
nitatlon watch, George Koester; third prize,
mall world atlas, A. Tamsberg.
The prizes were awarded wilh the usual
ompllments late In the afternoon, alter which
Ights were procured, andfhe old Mount Pleas
mt hall shook to the 'steps of tb?! dancers until
,fter ten o'clock in the evening. The ma
ooners reached the city, after a delightful day,
letween eleven and twelve o'clock on Monday
TBE UNITED STATES COURT.
Before Judge Bryan in the District Court,
Burnet Jacobsen, of Prussian Poland, gave
notice of bis intention to become a citizen of
the United States.
Four hundred and twelve pounds of tobacco,
seized from R. E. Williamson & Co., B. A.
Early & Co., G. Richards, Henry Clark, J. W.
Williamson and Julius Brown, were included
In au Infor mat ion for violation of the Internal
revenue law, and new attachments were issued
The report of the assignee of the Laurens
Railroad Company relative to the sale and
bidding off of the property was submitted and
received for the Information of parties Inter?
The petit Jurors were discharged, excepting
a special jury of twelve and three supernume?
raries, who were discharged until Thursday.
The appointment of Morton W. Wigg as as?
signee of Charles Kerrison, Jr. & Co., was ap- J
proved of by the court.
The United States vs. W. L. DePass. Debt I
on Postoffice bond. Verdict for the plaintiff j
for $47, with Interest from the 30th June,
1869, and costs.
Adjourned until ten o'clock this morning.
MORTUARY REPORT EUR TEE WEEK
The following ls the official return of deaths
for the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing May 18, 1872 :
11 BLACKS OR COL?
L! j Adulte
Anemia ir om
Whites 13. Blacks and Colored 12^-total 2C
Under 1 year orage.
Between 1 and 6 years or age...
Between 6 and 10 years of age...
Between lo and 20 years of age...
Between 20 and 30 years of age...
Between 30 and 40 years of age...
Between 40 and 60 years ol age
Between 60 and 60years or age...,
Between 70 and ? 80 years or age...,
Between 80 and 00 years or ags....
' Oso. S. PKi.zEh, M. IL, City Registrar.
THE LILLY.-A telegram dated the 20th re?
ports the arrival of this fine schooner at New
MURDER IN SAVANNAH.-A quarrel on the
Thunderbolt Road, Savannah, last Sunday
evening, between a small party of colored
men, resulted in the death on Sunday after?
noon of Chaney Davis, who, it appears, got
the worst of the fight and was most brutally
beaten and kicked by Alonzo Robinson, Ned
Robinson and John Thompson. An inquest
was held on Monday, and a verdict rendered 1
In accordance with these facts.
EXCURSIONS.-The steamer Dictator left
Southern wharf last evening, about eight
o'clock, on her grand excursion to St. Augus?
tine and up the St. John's River. The excur?
sionists numbered about thirty, and seemed
In high spirits at the gala time ahead. A
large addition to this number is expected to
be made in Savannah, which is the first stop?
The first moonlight excursion in aid of the
hall and library lund, for the Mechanics'
Union, No. 1, of Charleston, took place last
Bvenlng, the steamer leaving Market wharf |
with the party about eight.o'clock. The night
was lovely, and the excursionists, with a flue
brass band onboard, spent a delightful time.
THE NEW YORK FRUIT MARKET.-The Dally
Bulletin, ot - Monday, May 20, reports as fol?
Apples are quiet and In favor of buyers.
Strawberries are hardly so plenty to-day, and
1 trifle better prices were obtained. We quote
is follows: Strawberries 15a20c per quart.
Apples-mixed lot?, fair, Uni 25; do. prime,
ii 50a5; russets, Roxbury, $5u0 60; favorite va?
rieties, $5 75aC._
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Dally Bulletin of Monday, May 20, says:
There is little If any change to notice
In these markets. Our quotations are in
mik; in shipping order 60 cents per bar?
rel must be added. We quote as follows :
(2a2 60, per barrel for Peach blows; $1 75a2 per
Darrel tor Early Rose; $lal 60 for early Good?
rich; SI 75a2 per barrel for Dyrights; $1 50a2
3er barrel for Jackson whites; $1 76a2 for
Prince Alberts. In sundry vegetables there Is
1 lair trade doing and prices do not exhibit any
?ssenllal changes. We quote green peas, Nor
"oik, at $6a7 per Dbl, ana North Carolina about
she same. Carrots $2 76aS3 50 per barre).
?adishes 75a$l for Jersey and Long Island,
Der 100 bunches. Russia tumi ps $3a$3 50
|>er barrel. Parsnips SI 60A$2. Onions,
iCcaSl for red, and about the same for white.
Spinach $2 50a3 per barrel. Bermuda tomatoes
(1 per box; do onions SI 25al 50 per crate. Rhu?
barb ti per 100 bunches. Jersey and Long
[eland asparagus Cal Oe. : do. Oyster Bay 16a
18c. Lettuce $4a8 per 100. Sprouts $3 per
Darrel. _ .
Hotel Arrivals-May 'M.
C. H. Lanueau, Jr., Mobile; E. J. Caugh
nan, Lexington; R. E. Holcombe, Pickeos;
r. M. Pollock, Columbia; W. W. Rawle, Rldge
rttle; Y. Beatty, agent Skiff & Gaylord; W. W.
9ar>!ee, Mars Bluff; G. A. Stanley, Ballimore;
r. Harper, Kingstree; J. Allen,.J. J. McCown,
Florence; Wm. McNeill, Leesvitle; E. Fryer,
Peedee; W. P. Carter, South Carolina; T. M.
Sreecy, J. P. Creecy, Northeastern Railroad;
H. P. Hamlin, Revenue Service. \
Y. J. P. Owens, Laurens, S_. C.; D. Wyatt
Aiken,Cokesbury, 8. C.; A. R. Simons, Geor?
gia; A. G. Fisher, Vermont; John Postell, Sa?
vannah; W. McRae, G. H. Baselhurst, Macon;
B. D. Townsend, Society BID; Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Mciver, Cneraw; W. W. Brady, Marlon;
D. Epstln, Columbia; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Kel
llnger, nurse and Infant, A. W. Repine, wife
and child, J. W. Arborn?, New York; L. H.
Hammond, J. 8. Guignard, Missouri; C. Joy
and wife, New York; R. Scotfield", Master Scof
fleld, Columbia; Mles Comrys, New York; Mas?
ter Joy, New Jersey; Mrs. George Rogers, MISB
Grace Rogers, Boston; J. Small, New York;
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Duchalce, two children
and nurse, Miss Hilton,-Michigan; R. A. Bull,
Master N. H. Bull, Orangeburg; L. Bourgeois,
New York; A. Getty, South Carolina; R. 8.
Hornau, C. M. Homan, Brooklyn; H. Rogers,
Waterbury, Conn.; Thomas Logan, New York;
Wm. M. Little, Dr. T. A. French, Erooklyn.
Meetings Thia Day.
Palmetto Lodge, K. P., at half-past 7 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
General Committee of State Sunday-School
Convention, at 8 P. M.
Wagener Artillery Club,' at 8 P. M.
Pioneer Fire Company, at 5 and 8 P. M.
Queen City Club, at 8 P. M.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable As?
sociation, at 8 P. M.
Enoch Council, No. 1, at 8 P. M.
Irish Volunteer Rifle Club, half-past 7 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at No.
35 Broad street, chromos.
United States Marshal will sell at ll o'clock,
In front of United States Courthouse, mane
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, hats, Ac
William McKay willj sell at 10 o'clock, at
his store, furniture, pianos, Ac.
N. A. Hunt will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots and shoes.
A CARD.-All operations in Dentistry per?
formed by Dr. Anderson In the most scientific
manner, on the most reasonable terms, and
entire satisfaction guaranteed, at corner of
King and Liberty streets. may22
GRE^N TURTLE SOUP for lunch, at E. H.
Stelling's, "Our House," corner East Bay and
Queen streets, may22-2
DRESS GOODS !\>RESS GOODS!-Louis Cohen
A Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
I Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at pr|ces fully twenly-flve
per cent, below their cost of Importation,
call ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. may 16
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Moulding's, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at hi's own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Gloss, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic vlewB of |
Charleston and vicinity for sale at the Hasel
street Bazaar. * dec29
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, oiler for this week the following bar?
gains: 200 10-4 Allendale Quilts, $1 37?; 150
11-4 Allendale Quills, (1 50; 100 12-4 Allendale
Quilts, $1 62?; 100 104 Honeycomb Quilts,
$140; 100 ICM Honeycomb Quilts, bordered,
$1 60; 10 pieces Black Stripe Japanese, 75
cents; 10 pieces Colored Japanese, Plain and
Check, (new arrival,) 76 cents; 20 dozen
Ladles' Underveste, 75 cents; 20 dozen Black
and Buff Parasols, 60 cents. Furcbgott, Bene- j
diet & Co., No. 244 King street: may 13
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
TE* THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es- |
tabllshment. _ _ aprl6
PARCHEESI ! PARCHEESI 1-A royal game o
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Room. _ _ apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each/ HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
TRIBUTE OE RESPECT.
At a special meeting of the wardens and
vestry of the Episcopal Church of the Parish of
St. Helena, held at Beaufort on the 14 tn instant,
the following preamble and resolutions were
Whereas, It hath pleased Almighty Cod to re?
move from bis earthly to his heavenly home our
late chairman, Henry M. Stuart, we would give
oxpresslon lo our mournfal feelings at this separ?
Mr. Stuart had nearly completed his three
score years and ten, and throughout lils entire
life had ever been, beth as a man and a Christian,
one who could be called a blessing and a benefit
to any society In which ae was placed. Gentle,
courteous and upright, be had endeared himself
to all who knew bim, and leaves a large circle of
relatives and friends to mourn his loss.
He united himself to the Episcopal' Church In
early manhood, and the religion of the Lord
Christ, which he professed, had ever a* command
lng influence over his life; and, in his death, he
leaves us a blessed example of patient snbmls
sion to the will of God. Truly may lt be said of
him that he was "lovely and of good report."
Resolved, That In the doath of Henry M.
stuart, our church has lost a valued and useful
member, whose vacant place we deeply mourn.
Resolved, That a copy of this preamble and
resolutions be sent to nu family, with our pro
lonndest sympathy in their sad bereavement.
? T. O. BARNWELL,
Chairman of Vestry.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I ,
TUESDAY EVENING, May 21, 1872. |
COTTON.-This article was in moderate but
steady reqoeit, the market showing firm and un?
changed rutes. Sales about 850 bales, Bay 2 at
20,1 at 20*, 3 at 20*. 18 at 21, 133 at 21*, Oat
21>i, ? at 21??. 7 at 21,*. 3 at 21*, 21 at 22,8 at
22*, 40 at 22*, 13 at 22*, 40 at 22*, 21 at 23, 1 at
23*. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.20. @2i*
L"w middling.22* @
RICE.-Sellers were offering but little stock
with a firm market. Sales ie tierces of clean Car?
olina, at 8c $ lb. We quote common to fair at 7*
?VA; good 8@8*c.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts 106 bbls spirits and
840 bbl* rosin. There was a fair demand with
sales or about 300 bbls spirits turpentine on pri?
vate terms, also iso bbls fine grade rosins at
Blight concessions on former quotations, and&eo
bbls common kinds at $2 85 for strained, $3 for
No. 2, and $3 25io extra No.2. Orude turpentine
may be quoted at $3 76 for virgin, $2 90 for yel?
low dip and $l 90 for hard.
FBBIGHTB.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
York, *d on uplands, *d on sea Islands; by sall,
*d ou uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Uavre-on uplands. Coastwise-to New York by
steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands; $1 60
ft tlerceon rice; by sall *c f? tt> oa cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 60c fl barrel on rosin; $8 V M on
Inaner ; $io ? Mon Umber. To Boston, by sall
?ic fi lb on npland colton; rosin esc; ree a we J
tn ff $9 50@10 60; phosphate $5@6' 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall ja f. M on boards, Xe fl lb on
cotton; by Bteam $l ft bale on New York rates.
To Phllalelphla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by sall, $8 v M on boards; $9 60@lo on timber; $3
per ton en clay, and $3ai>8 so on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam *c ft BJ by sall, $6 60@7 ft
U on boards; $8@8 ?0 on timber; $8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rook. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
Irom Georgetown, S. C., Danen and saturn River,
Qa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10@12 fl M are .the rates on lamber and
Exeu AMOK_Sterling 00 day bills 28*.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
alght checks on New York at par, and sell at *@
* premium. Outside they purchase at l-ia@*
ft cent, premium, and sell at 3-ie@* premium.
Marketa by Telegraph.
. . MONET MARKETS.
LONDON. May 21.
Noon-Consols 93*. Bonds so.
Noon.-Kornea 55f 10c. PA"".May2l.
" , NKW YORK. May 2L
Noon-Freights quiet. Stocks steady. Gold
Arm at 13*i. Money easy st a. Exchange
long 0?. short io?. Governments steady, state
bonds arm a id quiet.
Evening.-Freights Armer. Money easy at cae.
Sterling steady. Gold i3??al3X. Governments
advanced Southerns steady.
LIVERPOOL, May 12.
Noon.-There ls no cotton market to day.
. NKW YORK, May 21.
Noon.-Cotton quiet and steady: saies 143 bales:
nplands 24)?c, Orleans 24<?c;
Evening.-sales of spot 400 bales: uplands
24J?C, Orleans ?4#C. Sales or futures to-day 8400
bales, as follows: May 23J?a23J?; Jone 23Jia24:
July 24 3-lua24)i; Augast 23 15-I6a24: t-eptemoer
22A221-16; Octooer 2o 5-l6a20%; Novembf r 19 o-iec
V BOSTON, May 21.
Cotton quiet; middlings 24??a24>?c; net receipts
37 bales; gross 1125; exports io Great Britain 92:
sales 150; stock 14,600.
BAXTIMORB, May 21.
Net receipts of cotton 265 bales; gross 295; ex?
ports coastwise 93; sale j 106, 66 last evening:
NORFOLK, May 21.
Net receipts of cotton 97 bales; exports coast?
wise 241; salea 76; atock 1631.
WILMINGTON, May 2t.
? Net receipts 16 bales; exports coastwise 8;
eales 7; atock 2487.
SAVANNAH, May 21.
Cotton In fair demand and Arm: net receipts
182 balea; expurta 1262; sales 200; sthek 16,213.
AUGUSTA, May 21.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22)ic; net receipts 80
bales; sales 136.
MEMPHIS. May 21.
Cotton quiet; middlings 22%a2?c; net receipts
MOBILE, May 21.
Cotton dall; middlings 22??c; net receipts 80
bales; exports to Great Britain 3640; coastwise
403; sales loo; stock 14,847.
NEW ORLEANS. May 21.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23c; net receipts 179
bales; gross 2ou; exports to Great Britain 2062:
sales 1500; stock 77,163.
GALVESTON, May 21.
Net receipts of cotton 86 bales; tt, ck 6937.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 21.
Noon.-Brendstnffs quiet Bed Western spring
wheat lia 6d ila 1 od. Fionr 27a 6<i to 28a.'
Nsw YORK, May 21.
Noon.-Floor steady. Wheat quiet and un?
changed, corn d nil. Pork quiet; mess$13 87a31 90.
Lard dull; - team 9sia63,'c. Turpentine dull and
heavy at oladis'c. Rosin qolet; strained $8 65a
Evening.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Whiskey
89>i; New Orleans 89. Wheat, spring, scarce;
winter unchanged. Corn more active and ?rm
at ?ij?a74; Southern yellow 73>?. Pork 1.regular
and closed heavy at tia 87al4. neef quiet. Lard
heavy at 8j?a9)i. Naval stores heavy. Tallow
more active at sat) -,.
_ BALTIMORE, May 21.
Flonr quiet and steady. Wheat nrm and un?
changed. Corn firmer; white77a78c; yellow 73c;
western pearce at 72c. Pro vial jn s quiet and
Arm. Whiskey 90c.
CINCINNATI, May 21.
Flonr unchanged; family $8 80a8 90. Corn ad?
vanced to 5."u. Pork, lard and bacen unchanged.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, May 20.
The Dally Bulletin saya : From buyers on local
account there continues a good, fair demaiid, and
the market generally ls steady at runter rates.
Knoogh atock for the outlet la available, but there
li no excess, and holders appear Indifferent about
realizing. Sales of 200 nags foreign at 7c fur Ran?
goon and : ?ic for Patna.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YORK, May 20.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 700
bbls rosin. Spirits continue In moderate request,
and prices held pretty firmly at the advance"|
noted last evening. Sales 25 bbU at 62 Xe 20 to
arrive at otc, 40 bbls In lots at 62>ia63>?c, so from
store at 64c 200 bbl*, for August delivery at 47c,
loo for July at 48c. Rosins have rnled exceedingly
quiet to-day, and the only transaction we heard
of waa 60 bbla window glass at $7. Tar aud pitch
without new feature.
WILMINGTON, May 20.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales of 372 casks at 64c
per gallon for sontnern packages.
N08IN.-Sales of 1030 bbls at $2 85 for strained,
$3 251 or low No. 1, $4 for low pale, and $5 lor ex?
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales or 8D bbls at $2 60
for hard. $3 so for yellow dip and $4 60 fur virgin.
Market Arm and advanced 10c for yellow dip and
TAR.-Sales of 28 bbls at $3 80 per bbl.
HAVANA, May ll.
Prices for sugars are higher, under a continued
good demand for the United states and Europe,
and the market closes very Arm.
SUGARS-Clayed.-Buyers for Great Britain and
other north European porta, aa ^eli aa for the
Uuited States, have again operadi d freely, and
with somewnat better newe fi om tho latter quar?
ter, the advanced season and late rainy weather,
which has curtailed the receipts, holders have
been exacting higher prhes, to which the ma?
jority or snippers have been compelled to submit,
especially when goo J, suitable lots were required.
The general prices daring the week were lu.^a
10,'i rs arrobe for No. 12 or common train, and lia
HXra tor Derosne's, and sales have amounted to
some 30,000 boxes, in spite or an intervening holi?
day (on Thnr-day.) Closing quotations-Nos.
to 10 at 8&a8??rs;Nos. ll to 12, lO^alO^rs; Nos. 13
to 16 at in>,'aii%ra; Nos. 17 to 2oat I2al4rs; and
Molasses sugars-Have been, as before, le s ac?
tive than other aorta, but prices remuln Arm at
from 8a6K ra for Noa 8 to 9>?.
ut ni ri tug a.s-Prices now ruling aro considered
too high, aud few buyers are on 1 lie market; still
several lots were disposed of ac from 1 oxalic rs
arrobe for Noa. ll to 13, In boxes, mostly for the
Mascovadoee-The advance of prices In New
York has been followed by a corresponding one
here, walch hos checked the dem md, because
buyers were not prepared to pay the higher val?
ues holders are now asking. Prices are quoted
Arm at 9? ra per arrobe for fair, and 9}? ra for
MOLASSES-The market continues la fair de?
mand, but lower prices have been accepted, some
11,000 hhda having been sold In Matanzas and
Cardenas at from &.?? to 6% rs per keg for clayed,
and ti&eu rs for muscovado, cleared hence 6?o
bhds for New York and 214 for Philadelphia; from
Matanzas 1035 do for do, 680 for Ballimore, 98% I
lor Portland, 1391 for north of Hatteras, and 694
for New York.
. Interior Cotton Markets.
ROCK HILL, May 18.
Since oar last report the unfavorable condition
of the crop In nearly all parta of the soutti has
caused a rnrther advance In New York, in sym?
pathy, we quote our market Arm at 22c for mid?
dling ; salea of tho week 40 bales.
COLUMBUS. May 18.
Onr market firm; middling 2i3?c; receipts to?
day 14 eales against 3 last weeK and 6 correspond*
lng week 1871. Shipments to-day 120 against 190
and 19. salea 32; lecelpts 14:shipments 120.
Receipts per Railroad, May 21.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
12S balea cotton, 48 balee goods, 211 bb is naval
stores. To Railroad Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers A co,
Frost, Adger A- co. H Bichon* A co. F i> O Kracke,
W B Williams A Sou, wt) n un A Jones. W u Bee |
A co, Tledeman, Calder A co, H Bu winkle, W W
smith, P A Cbazal, B O'Neill, A J Salinas, H Cobla
A co, Barden A Parker, A s Smith, A B Mulligan,
G Rlecke, Burmelater A Zerbst, ti ateitz.
3 bales cotton, 614 bbls naval stores, cars lum*
ber, mdse, Ac. To Kin-man A Howell, Barden A
Parker, G W Williams A co, WhUden A Jones, R j
T Walker, G Foilln, Chapeau A co, E Welling, G F
Crawley, Shackelford A Kelly, Mowry A son, C
Lelbenrood, Railroad Agent, and Order.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-Mrs
L Lyons and F M McMillan.
POUT CALEN UAH.
New Moon, 7th. 7 hours. 69 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, I5th. 10 hours, 46 minutes, morn'g.
Full Moon. 22d, 6 hours, 49 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 29th, 8 hours, 63 minutes, morning.
li. ? 3.
CHARLESTON, S.C.MAY 22, 1872.
Lat 36 deg 46 mm 38 sec | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 aec
Steamship Gulf Stream. Hunter, Philadelphia
left Friaay. Mdse. To w A Courtenay. Railroad
Agents, Dowle, Moise A Davis, Capt Bradley, C
Bart A co, G W Almar, D A Amme, w s Bissel!, W
M Bird A co, Bollmaon Bros, Bulcken A Wolilt
mann, T M Bri- toll A co, B Bischoff A co, Juins A
Blake, H Bul winkle, Cameron, Barkley A co, Jas
Cosgrove, JOH Olaussen, L chap?n, T M Cater, J
Campsen A co, H Cobla A co, W H Charee & co, E
Daly, J A Devereux, Ellas Bros, Fogartie's Book ,
Depot, o D Franke, B Feldmann A co. Gaslight
co. J H Graver A co, H Gerdts A co, W GibBon, D
i-i l!a8?n' Httrt * co, Holme's Book House, H
Klaue 4 co, Jeffords 4 co. Kinsman Bros, O L
Kornahrens, ll Lubra, A K Lewith. K R MorlUo.
? ? , TS"*1,1 * co- A McCobb, Jr, - Mackey. B
J? 4 D 0 Marsh, M H Nathan, O O
?0??h' X5nd0JPr* c?. 0 F Panknio. A Pilis, O
S.P^f eS?elm',Q5ackeQba8tl- Barlil 4 co. J R, G
Riecke, Ravenel. Holmes 4 co, L F Robertson. J N
i???ckeir?r!!. * Kelly, A R Stillman, Wm
Shepherd 4 co. S T Sonder. Steffens Werner *
Ducser, Mrs Stackley, Tledeman. Calder A co M
Trlest, Thompson 4 co, J F Taylor 4 co. Walker.
Evans 4 Cogswell, A Tiefenthal. 0 K Wieters P
Wineman 4 co, Wagoner 4 Monsees P Walsh' D
A Walker. Whitemore 4 Rhodes. '
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-left
4th Inst. Mdse. To Mordecai 4 co. P c Trenholm
H Cobla 4 co, Macqueen 4 Riecke, B O'Neill w f
Miller, J McD. walker. Evans 4 Cogswell, E Daly
ff Riecke, B Feldmann 4 co, P Wlueman 4 co o
Paul 4 co, O P Poppenlielm, A R stillman, stott
Webb 4 co. Sell 4 Foster, J H Graver 4 co, J P B'
Blum 4 Miller. S L Howard 4 Bro. O Llllenthal 4
co, Mordecai 4 co, Edw Perry. H Bischoff 4 co. W
H Ohafee 4 co. Ellas Bros, Quackenbnsh, Estin 4
co, M H Nathan, Kavenel 4 co, Kllnck, witten?
berg 4 co, J OampBen 4 co, J F Taylor at co, J E
Adger 4 co, M Brady, Boll mann Bros. Wagener 4
Monsees. On the loth inst, off Hatteras, passed
schooner Abbie Buraley, of Boston, In dlstiess,
with steamship Tonawanda, of Philadelphia, lying
by her; wind sw, strong, with high seas.
Sehr Ella M Pennall. Mitchell, Brunswick, Ga,
to load for Porto Rico-J A Ensiow A co.
Sehr Henrietta. Leavitt, Quincy Point, Mass.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka via JUCK
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhall, at New York.
March 21, la 60 hoaw.
DP FOB THIS PO AT.
British bark Architect, Du Jelling ton, at Bristol,
Eng, May 4.
. CLEARED FOB THIS PORT.
British bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown, at Pro?
vidence, U I, May IT.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH. ^
HALIFAX, May 21.
The brig Huntsman ls ashore off cape Charles,
Nsw YORK, May 21.
Arrived, steamships silesia and Humooldt.
Arrlvtd out, Olty of Washington, Minnesota,
City of Brooklyn, Baltic and Algeria.
The steamship Barnes, from Savannah at New
Ynrk May 2iat, repon * having passed a sanken
schooner oa the track of- outward and Inward
bjuna vesselB off Baraegat light.
The sehr Moses Patten. Harding, from Bncks
vllle, S 0, arrived at Belfast, Me, 14th inst.
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THI9 PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 16
Br bark Onward, Evans, np.April 12
The Georgiana, -, np.>.April 17
The Essex, Smith, Balled......'.March 26
. BRISTOL, INO.
Br bark Architect, Huddling ton, np..'May 4
Br bark Fille de r Air, Jones, cleared.... .March is
Br bark Perseverance, cook, np.March 20
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Bich, sailed..'..March 20
Tho Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
Thc Heinrich^ Wailer, salie J.April 8
Brig Minnie Abby, Harding, cleared.May 10
Brig Caroline Gray, -. np.May 11
Sehr Florence Rogers, sheppard, cleared..May 17
Br bark Jas Holmes, Wise, cleared.May 17
Br bark Marla, Sheldrake, cleared.May 17
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, np.May 17
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared.May 16
Sehr L T Knight, Mcintyre, sailed.May 3
Br bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown, cl'J..May 17
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