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ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE
Kel I s lou? Services for To-Morrow, San.
day. Blay ?6,187?.
Charca of the Holy Communion-corner of
Ashley and Cannon streets-10.30 A. M. Morn?
ing Prayer. Sermon by Rev. B. B. Babbitt, of
Columola, Evening Prayer ut ft P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth streeJ, near
Glebe-10.30 A. M. Moruinir Prayer. Ser?
mon by Rev. C. C. Pinckuey, rector. Eve
nine Brayer at 5 P. M.
Sr, John's Chapel-corner of Amherst and
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. A. W. Marshall, D. D , rec?
tor. Evening Prayer at 4.30 P. M.
St. Luke's Church-corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte Btreeis-10.30 A. M. Mornlnz
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. William O. Prentiss,
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 6 P.
M. Sunday-school at 9 A. M.
St. Michael's Cburch-corner of Broad and
Meetlug streets-l?.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. R. S. Trapler, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 5 P. M.
8t Paul's Church-Coming, near Warren
street-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer. Sermon
i>y Rev. James H. Elllotr, rector. Evening
brayer at 5 P. M.
St. Philip's Church-Church street, between
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon ny Rev. John Johnson, as?
sistant minister. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
St, stephen's Chapel-Anson street, between
Society and George-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. W. H. Hanckel, rec?
tor. Evenlnz Prayer at 5 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite
Archdale-Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, pastor;
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Mass at
7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Ves?
pers and Benediction at 6 P. M. Sunday-1
school at 9 A. M.
St Joseph's Church-Anson Btreet, near
George-Rev. C. J. Crochan, pastor. Low
Mass at TA. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M.
Vespers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M. San
day-school at 9 A. M.
St Mary's Church-H?sel street, near King
Rev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass at 7
A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. IL Sunday
BChool at 9 A. M.
St. Patrick's Church-corner or Radcliffe
and St. Philip streets-Rev. John Moore, D.
D., pastor; Rev. S. Carew, assistant. Low
Mass at 7 and 9 A. M. Hlsh Mass at 10.30 A.
M. Vespers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sim
day-school at 9 A. M.
First Church-corner of Meeting and Tradd
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev. J.
Forrest, D. D.. pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Second Church-corner of Meeting and Char?
lotte streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
G. R. Blackett, pastor, and at 8 P. M. sun
day-school at 3.30 P. M.
Central Church-Meeline street, near Soci?
ety. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. W. C.
Dana. D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe street Cburch-Glebe street, near
Wentworth. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D., pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhoun j
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Hev. A.
M. Chrietzbore, pastor, and at 4 P. M. Sun?
day-School at 9 A. IL
Spring 'itreet Church-corner of Spring and
Coming htreets. carmon at 10.30 A. M., by
Rev. J. P. Wightman, D. D., pastor. Sunday
School al 3 30 P. M.
Trinity'Church-corner Hasel street and
Maiden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
Whitefoord Smith, D. D., pastor, and . at
8. P. M., hy Rev. R. D. Smart. Sunday
school at 4P. hi.
LUTHER v N".
Sr. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
-King street, near Vanderhorst. Sermon at
10.30 A. M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and at~|
4 P. M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
St. John's Evangelical Church-corner Arch?
dale and Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30 A.
A. by Rev. T. W. Dosh, pastor.. Sunday-1
scholl at 9 A. M.
Wentworth Street Church. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. S. Bowman, pastor. Sun?
day-school anniversary at 4.30 P. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Meeting j
and Henrietta streets. Sermon at io.au A. M.,
by Rev. E. T. Winkler, D. D., pastor, and at 4
P. M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
First Baptist Church-Church street, be?
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M., by Rev. L. H. Shuck, pastor, and at 5 P.
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
Queen and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A.
P* b7 ??V' W" H Aaams' P*9101^ snd at 4,30
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen and
Church streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. by
Rev. C. S. Vedder, pastor, and at 5 P. M. Sun?
day School after morning service.
Unitarian Church-Archdale street, between |
Queen and Clifford. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.
and S. P. M. by Rev. E. P. Cutler.
Mariners' Church-Church street, between
Water street and Stol l's alley. Sermon at 10.30
A. H. by Rev. W. S. Tales, chaplain.
Orphanhouse Chapel-Vanderhorst street,
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermon
at 5 ?. M. by Rev. C. S. Vedder.
Revival In Columbia.
An encouraging revival in religion has lately
been experienced In the Marjon street M. E.
Church. Columbia, Rev. W. D. Kirkland pas?
tor. The meetings were continued with -un?
abated interest for four weeks, and resulted
in over twenty-five accessions to the church.
The anniversary exercises of the Sunday
school connected with the Wentworth street
Lutheran Church will be held In the Cbnrch
edifice to-morrow afttraoon, commencing at
half-past four, and will be participated In by
the children of St John's Sunday-school. The
school ls in a flourishing condition, and the
occasion promises to be one of great interest
County Sunday-Sent ol Convention.
The Baptist Sunday-School Convention for
Marlboro' County was he'd lase Saturday, with
Mr. Jas.-B. Willis uialrman, and Mr. R.A.
Douglass secretary. Nearly five hundred del- j
egates were in attendance, and the proceed?
ings were exceedingly interesting. Encourag?
ing reports were received from all parts of the
county, and delegates were elected to ? 2zp- j
Hst State Sunday-School Convention, which
ls to be held. _ _
.CLUBS AND STARS.-Not a single case was
reported yesterday morning at the lower
Guardhouse, and the Mayor's attention was
only taken up with a few trifling cases (rom
up-town, which were disposed ot os follows:
Christopher Gardner, a small boy who had
ron away from his parents, was turned over I
to the maternal care.
Frank Campbell, a colored youth who was
arrested lor cursing and abusing the watch?
man at the Bouth Carolina Railroad Depot,
was sent to the House or Correction for ten
A solitary milch cow, astray on South street,
was fined one dollar, which her owner paid.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Dally Bulletin of Thursday, May 23, says:
Old potatoes continue dull and heavy. New
Bermudas are lower; held at $8 from door.
-We quote as follows: $2a2 50 per barrel for
Ee?l?Z*' S 75?2 Per barrel for Early Rose;
$lal 50 for earty Goodrich; $l 75a2 Der barrel
forDyrlghts; SlSOazpet 'barrel fe O
whites; $1 75a2 fer Prince Alberta Ia ve2e
tables we quote green r,eaB: Norfolk ?s
per bbl. Carrots $2 7f.<t$3 ?O per barrel
Radishes 50c.a$l for Jersey and Long Island
per 100 bunches. Russia turnips $3a$3 5ij
per barrel. Parsnips SI 50a$2. Onions
6Cca$l for red, and about the same for white!
Spinach $2 50a3 per barrel. Bermuda tomatoes
$1 per box; do onions $lal 25 per crate. Rhu?
barb $3a4 per 100 bunches. Jersey and Long
Island asparagus Gal0c: do. Oyster Buy 16a
18c. Lettuce $3a5 per 100. Sprouts $3 per
barrel. String beans $3 per crate. Cucum?
bers are generally poor and hard to move;
good would probably bring $4 per crate.
DEATH OF SA3I0EL .7. WAONER, ESQ.
A few days since we recorded the demise ol
the late Alfred Huger, Esq., lo the eighty
sixth year of his age. Another venerable
and beloved fellow-citizen ' has been called
hence by the flat of the Great Ruler ol all
thiugs In heaven and on earth. Samuel J.
Wagner, Esq., died last evening, at about six
o'clock, in the eighty firth year or his age.
having been born on the 4th of April, 17R8, in
this eily, where his long and useful life has
been mostly spent, and where his character
as a devoted Christian citizen fully developed
Itself amidst a community always truly appre?
ciative of those qualities which adorn the
head and heart of the good and true.
Mr. Wagner's father, Christopher Wagner,
was a patriot soldier ef the Revolution, who
wedded the widow or the brave Sergeant
Jasper, whose daring at the baltle or Fort
Moultrie and the siege or Savannah, where
he was killed, has Immortalized him. Mr.
Wagner himself took part In the war or.1812,
and in 1815 received an appointment in the
Charleston Customhouse, which he filled
acceptably up to 1861. He was an Alderman
of Charleston before the war, and an influen?
tial member of the Methodist Church. A bet?
ter mun and more faithful citizen Charleston
has not known.
The funeral will take place at Trinity Church
at five o'clock this afternoon.
TUE PANORAMA.-Colonel Johnston's Tour
of Europe attracted another fuir audience to
Hibernian Hall last evening, who were.much
pleased with the panoramic Journey and the
humorous anecdotes with which the veteran
showman Is accustomed to beguile the time
away. This ulternoon a matinee is to be giv?
en for the especial delectation or the ladies
and little folks.
ACCIDENT ON SHIPBOARD.-Yesterday after?
noon, when the sbip "Melita" was about pro?
ceeding to Ashley River, the steward fell from
the hatchway to the bottom of the hold, a dis?
tance or nearly twenty feet, striking his head
and chest upon the kelson, inflicting very se?
vere Internal injuries. He was taken imme?
diately to the hospital, where he now Hes in a
ACADEMY OP MOSIC-Skiff <fc Gaylord's
troupe ot minstrels, gymnasts and burlesque
delineators will opeu nt the Academy ot Music
next Monday evening, for a season or four
nights, after a very successful run in savan?
nah. They come provided with new artists,
new music, new Jokes, and no end of comical?
ities. A liberal scale of prices ls announced
In another column, and seals may be secured
now fer the opening night by application at
the box office.
THE SENTENCED KU-KLUX.-The prisoners
who were sentenced at the recent term of the
Unit,)d States Court, in this city, to imprison?
ment for one year and upward, have been
ordered to be transferred to the penitentiary
In Albany to serve out their respective terms
of sentence. They are twenty-six. In number,
and will be taken North about thc 1st of June,
on one of f he New York steamers, and accom?
panied by Marshal Wallace. Those whose
sentences are for less than one year will be
conflnerTin their respective counties.
INQUEST.-Coroner Taft held an Inquest yes?
terday, upon the body of Charles Canty, Cap?
tain of the sloop J. G. Adelina, who was killed
on Thursday morning, while drawing a load
from bis gun. The evidence established the
facts as slated In TUE NEWS of yesterday, and
the jury returned a verdict of accidental
death. The charge from the gun passed
upward along the breast and neck of the
deceived, striking him Just back or the left
temple and tearing a deep furrow through his
skull and brain on that'side of the head.
LECTURE BY BISHOP LYNCH.-Attention ls
-cailedao the announcement of a Lecture, to
be given to-morrow evening, In St. Joseph's
Church, Anson street, by the Right Rev.
Bishop Lynch. The subject ls one that at the
I present time claims the attention of Protest, -
I ants as well os Catholics. The lecturer Is
eminently qualified to treat this subject In a
masterly and satisfactory manner ; for he can
truly say. as Horace, centuries ago, said ot
himself : " Romas nutrlrl mihi contlglt, atone
docer!.'' In alter years, lt was bis privilege to
visit the Eternal City several times, and to
mingle in Iree and unreserved social Inter?
course with its learned men, and with the
highest dignitaries of Church and State. On
this account the audience may expect a rare
and intellectual treat.
AN OUTRAGEOUS ANNOYANCE.-There is evl
I dently^b*crew loose somewhere in the mak?
ing up'oTthe list of property now being adver?
tised for sole in consequence ot the non-pay?
ment of taxes. Several pieces or property
have lately appeared In this list upon which
the taxes have been paid long ago, and for
which the owners hold the tax receipts or the
county treasurer, and these owners are now
subjected to. the annoyance of going to the
treasurer's office and waiting In the crowd
sometimes for hours to present their tax re?
ceipts and have tbeir property stricken off tbe
list. These glaring inaccuracies In the delin?
quent list would seem to indicate an extreme?
ly careless system of records In the treasur?
er's office, and should certainly be corrected
PICNICS AND EXCURSIONS.-The annual picnic
of the Freundschaftsbund took place yester?
day at Mount Pleasant. The steamer left the
wharf at the foot of Market street at three
o'clock, with its decks and saloon thronged
with a host of bright eyes ann smiling faces,
and the gay parly which crowded up the long
bridge at Mount Pleasant shortly after was
enough to astonish the natives. The dancing
bali had been prepared for their advent, and
the contused crowd having resolved Itself Into
couples, a general sacrifice lo Terpsichore fol?
lowed. Games of various kinds were also put In
requisition, which varied the monotony or the
dancing and kept the marooners in a most plea?
sant state ol'existence. At six o'clock large ad?
ditions were made to the party by the arrival or
the island boat with a large number of young
men and ladies, who had not been able to be
absent all day. This occasion added new life
to the sports, and everything went merry as a
marriage bell until 8 o'clock, when the party
moved down to the boat, which had been
chartered for the occasion, and started on
their moonlight excursion. The evening was
calm and delicious, the moonlight was en?
trancing, the waters.of the bay shone like
glass, and ihe eyes "of the fair excursionists
played havoc with the hearts of the sighing
beaux. Song and sentiment were the order
of the hour, and gave place to each other
with pleasing variety. Late In the night the
steamer reached the city and discharged her
Joyous party alter a most pleasant evening.
The members of Palmetto Division, No. 4,
Sons of Temperance, gave their moonlight ex?
cursion last night, the steamer Pocosln leav?
ing Market wharf with the party at balf-past 8
o'clock. A band or music und other amuse?
ments had been provided by the energetic
committee, and with the beautiful moonlight
and weather to aid them the excursion passed
off most agreeably. A large number of ladies
were present, and of course contributed vasily
to the pleasure and success of the excursion.
THE CHARLESTON REGATTA.
A Rat r Decided Upon Between tlie Two
Club*-The Coarse, Distance, ?c.
At a recent extra raeeilng of the Palmetto
Regatta Club, the challenge extended by the
Carolina Independent Roat Club to a trial of
speed between the boats ol the respective
clubs was considered and unanimously ac?
cepted. A committee of three was forthwith
appointed to confer with the committee from
the Carolinas and arrange all the prelimina?
ries for the race. _ The committees have de?
cided upon the following points: The boats,
with a crew each consisting ol four oarsmen
and a coxswain, will bo started from White
Point buoy and run straight up the Ashley lo
a point off Bird's shipyard. The distance ls
exactly one mile by measurement. The start?
ing will be regulated by experienced gentle?
men, and ihe coming in will be noted by care?
ful and competent Judges, who have kindly
consented to act for the occasion. A hand?
some sliver goblet is put up os the prize, to be
bought by both of the club.?, and awarded to
the winner of the race. The afternoon of the
8lh of June (two weeks from to-day) is ?x?d
upon as the lime, and the excitement is al?
ready running high. The race crews practice
every evening, and a most exciting comest
may be looked lor.
JUA' AND TARIFF REDUCTION.
Under the tax and lariff bill passed by the
House ol Representatives on Monday, the
total reduction ol internal revenue and cus?
toms ls estimated from $12,000,0000, $49,000,
000. The reduction (Internal taxes) on to?
bacco is estimated at 10,720,000, on gas and
matches $4,823,123,und on back check; $1,250,
000. The following is the estimated reduction
duties on foreign importation:
Coal. $216,254 00
?alt. 616.622 00
Leal her. 620,490 00
Cotton (manufactures of). 1,077,383 25
Wool and manufactures or. 3.C'8.274 03
Iron and manufactures of. 1,370,642 13
Metals and manuiactuies of, N. O. 8. 2^.9-011
India rubber and manufactures of.. &3,207 01
Gutta percha abd mau u fae tures of.... 610 99
Straw and manufactures of. 65,347 67
Oilcloths and mannractures or. 2.780 ai
steel and matiuractores or. 489,268 20
Burlaps, Ac. (flax dressed).no est. made
Lumber and m a uu fae ai res of. 185.980 67
All other articles, (Including chenil
cats, AC ). 694,944 51
Books prlnteii, .tc.no oat. maue
Newspapers, periodicals, ?tc.no csu made
' vermuth.no cst. made
Mustard, ground.... 10,4?2 90
Currants, Uga and ralstus. 1 036.517 80
copper and manufactures or. 37,763 00
Pluto glass (inclndtog silvered). 94,291 06
Tin lu sheets or plates. 919,077 82
Screws, embraced In Iron reduction,
Mosaic Iron.no est. made
Paper (manufactures or not In?
Total de 'action dutiable.$11.070,029 66
Free list, Including tea ?Dd codee_ 19 6b9,i48 60
Total tariff reduction.$29,045,178 oe
MATINEE.-The young people will be glad to
heir that Colonel Johnston will exhibit his
panoramic tour in Europe at three o'clock P.
M., at the Hibernian Hall to-day. Admission
tor children 15 cents.
IMPORTANT SALK_The splendid mansion at
the northeast corner of Rutledge and Monta?
gue streets, with a lot 135 feet In front by 213
feet deep, was disposed of on Thursday at pri?
vate Bale, by Messrs. Leitch & Rruns, for
$16,000. The purchaser was Mr. D. McPherson.
THE NEW YORK FRUIT MARKET.-The Dally
Bulletin, ot Thursday, May 23d, says:
There is scarcely anything moving ?In ap?
ples. Strawberries aro very plenty to-day,
and some fine Delaware seedlings are sold os
high as 40c per quart. We quote strawberries
10a40c per quart. Apples-Russell's Roxbury
$5a5 50; Russeti's golden, $4*4 50.
! GLOVER VS. POAO.-Daniel Glover and Fran?
cis Poag had a skirmish yesterday morning, In
Duncan street, with sticks, brickbats, Ac.
Glover was struck In the head and was bleed?
ing freely when the police came up and
bagged both of the combatants. They spent
the day looking through the bars of the upper
Guardhouse, and will call on the Mayor this
CRUMBS.-To-morrow ls Trinity Sunday.
'Ihe evenings are now delightfully bright
The delegates to the (.fennan National
Sch?tzenfest in Hanover sall to-day for New
The contract bas been completed for the
erection ol the monument to the Com ed er ale
dead at Columbia.
MAROON.-The maroon of the Washington
! Steam Fire Engine Company will take place
at Mount Pleasant on Thursday, the 30th inst,
the boat leaving Market wharf at 10 o'clock A.
M. This maroon comes but once a year, and
the Washingtons seem determined to make it
something to be remembered. The affair has
been placed In the hands of a committee,
whose energy and perseverance Insure a gala
time on the 30ih.
UNITED STATES COURT.-In the District
Court yesterday, the mortgage lie ld by Pres?
ley, Lord A Ioglesby against the estate of J. D
Kirkpatrick, -bankrupt, was declared fore?
closed, and the sale ol the mortgage premises
to Wm. Burmelster, for the sum of $3G00, con?
firmed. After payment ot the costs the bal?
ance was ordered to be turned over to the
holders of the mortgage on their delivering up
the same. The court stands adjourned until
BURIAL FOR THE POOR.-The Rev. J. Mer
j der Green, the city missionary of the Protes
cHtant Episcopal Church, has on foot a project
to buy a lot of land in Magnolia Cemetery,
where the remains ol such needy persons as
may die under his charge or that ol other
Episcopal clergymen in the elly are to be in?
terred. The lot will be forty feet square, and
with the necessary enclosure will cost eight
hundred dollars. TbU sum the reverend
gentlemen ls now endeavoring lo raise, and
hopes his application for aid will meet with
favorable responses. The project has the ap?
proval of ihe bishop of the diocese, and should
commend itself at once to the charitable.
Hotel Arrlvuls-Way '-il.
J. D. Kennedy, Camden; H. M. Burnly, Jno.
C. Jacobsen, New York; H. Cranston, Augusta;
George W. Sattler, Baltimore; P. M. Kent,
Cincinnati; J. R. Parsons, New York; L. F
Johnston, Alabama; S. F. B. Gillespie, Wil?
mington; M. R. Sanders, South Carolina; 8. R.
Smitb, Maryland; 8. Hutchinson, New York;
H. W. Davis, Louisville; Mr. and.Mrs. J. A.
Clay, Miss Erringer, Philadelphia; Mr. and
Mrs. George Townsend, Mrs. Chase, Massa?
chusetts; M. W. Gary, M. C. Buller, South
Carolina; A. B. Chatfield, Mrs. Dr. Beard and
Bervant, Mrs. Delano, Brooklyn.
S. J. Coghlan, Sumter; R. Williams, Lees?
ville, S. C.; J. Skenner, Charles Early, New
York; W. D. Hlghtower, North Carolina;
Frank P. Beard, "Times," Orangeburg; A. B.
Harris, Maine; Oliver Hewitt, GrahamV, S. C.,
S. A. Torluy, South Carolina; J. D. White,
Meetings This Day.
Strict Observance Lodge, at half-past 8 P. M.
Typographical Union, at half-past 8 P. M.
PANAMA HATS ?nd Gent's Coats, Pants, Ac,
nicely cleaned at Otto Senutag's, Dyer, No. 34
Wenthworlh street, nyar Artesian Weil.
YELLOW BELLT COOTSR SOUP lor lunch, at
E. H. Selling's, "Our House," corner East
Bay and Queen Btreets. may24
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 ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHKN &
Co., No. 248 King street. mayl6
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated 8oda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment. _ aprl6
DUTCH ER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER sweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Sold by dealers everwhere.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-siuth
FURCHGOTT, EENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, offer for thia week the following bar?
gains: 200 10-4 Allendale Quilt?, $1 37$; 150
11-4 Allendale Quills, $150; loo 12-4 Allendale
Quilts, $1 62J; 100 104 Honeycomb Quills,
$140; 100 104 Honeycomb Quilts, bordered,
|$1 60; IO pieces Block Stripe Japanese, 75
Cents; 10 pieces Colored Japanese, Plain and
Check, (new arrival.) 75 cents; 20 dozen
I Ladies' Undervests, 76 cents; 20 dozen Black
and Buff Parasol, 50 cents. Furchgott, Bene?
dict & Co., No. 244 King street. mayl3
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Room. decl4s
YOUNO: MBN, TAKE NOTICE.-Bose Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-s
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
Once more we now meet In sorrow and In
sadness, for ono whom we loved la missing and
the place that onco knew bim shall know him no
Only a rew years he hos been with us, but
even In that short time he has left the impress of
his quiet, gentlemanly character upon ono Chap?
ter, and now that he has been taken away from
us, we discovered how we depended on him, how
we loved him. But a halt short year and he was
unanimously called to be an officer bearer among
us, and his punctual, zsalona attention to a'l the
duties of that office, until atrlcken down by the
disease which carried him to bis grave, only now
make us more keenly feel how active and efficient
an officer and companion we have lost. We es?
teemed bim In ure. We mourn him In death.
Tharefore be lt unanimously
Resolved, That In tbc death of companion Jas.
R. Pringle, Jr, Union Chapter, No. 3, K. A. M.,
has sustained an irreparable loss, in both troth
and in d' ed.
Resolvec, That while we sorrow, and arest?n at
the saduenlng, heart-rending atroke which took
him (rom na, yet we treasure as a preci?os mem?
ory, na an example worthy or Imitation, the quiet
life of sana peur et sans reproche.
Resolved, That though we cannot Intrude upon
the sadness of the hume grier, yet we claim the
ead privilege or paying the tributo to his memo?
ry, that those nearer to him than we may Bee how
we loved him.
Resolved, That a blank page in oar Minuto Book
be lu-cnbeJ to his memory, that this preamble
and resolutions be published lu the dally papera
of the elly, and a copy bo Bent the family of our
CHARLES PBNNAL, Secretary.
PHILADELPHIA-Persteamship Gulf Stream-190
.bales cotton, 124 bales domestic good?, uso bbis
naval stores, 147 tierces rice, 20 tons old iron, 77S
boxes vegetables, 48 bbis potatoes, and 149 pkgs
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OPFICK CHARLESTON NBWS, )
FRIDAY EVENING, May 24,1873. |
COTTON.-The market for this staple showed a
firm and strong aspect, and prices were full with
a moderate Inquiry. Salea abone 350 bales, ssy
6at20K, 9 at20K, 5 at 21, 7 at 21K, 7 at 21K, 9
at 22, 4 at 22?i, IS at 22K, 8 at 23K, 78 at 22K,
168 at 23c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.21 MzK
Low middling.2234322 v
atrict m io dim g.no salea
Rica.-The arm aspect or the market restricted
business, and there were no transactions of note
NAVAL STORKS.-Receipts 67 bbis spirits and 470
bbis rosin. There was a moderate Inquiry for
resins, and some 600 bbis changed hands on tho
basis of $8 25 for extra pale, $5 76 for pale, 16 25
for low pale, $4 75 for ex:.-a Nol, $3@4 for dall
and opaque, $2 90 ?yr No 2, $2 86 for low No 2 and
$2 76 for strained. Crude turpentine may be
quoted at $3 76 for virgin, $2 90 for yellow dip
and $190 for bard.
FaiioHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nommai on sea Islands; via New
?ork, Kd on uplands, Xd on sea Islande; by sall,
'id on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre - on uplands, coast wise-to New York by
steam $2 on uplands and - on sea islands; $160
ft tierce on rice; by sall Kc ft lb on cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 60c ft barrel on roam; $8 fl M on
lnmser; $10 fl M on Umber. To BoBton, by sall?
ee ft lb on upland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
taff $9 60010 60; phosphate $5@6 so. To Provi?
dence, by sall $9 fi M on boards, Kc ft ht on
cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on New York rates.
To Phlialelphla, by steam $2 fi on cotton;
by sail, $s a M on boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $8a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam Kc ft lt by sall, $6 60@7 ft
M on boards; $808 60 on timber; $8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rook. Vessels are In de?
mand by onr merohants to take lamber freights
rom Georgetown, S. O., Darlon and Sauna River,
3a., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@i2 ft M are the rates on lamber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day billa 23X023X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
tight chockBon New York at par, and sell at x?
K premium. Outside they purchase at M6?x
ft cent, premium, and sell at 3-ie? * premium, j
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 24.
Noon.-Consols 93Xa9JX> Bonds quiet at 90a
Evening.-Consols closed at 93>?'.
FRANKFORT, May 24.
PARIS, May 24.
Noon.-Rentes 961 soc. Specie increase three J
and a half mi,lion francs.
Nsw YORK, May 24.
Noon.-Freights steady. Btocks steady. Gold
steady at \v/t. Money easy at 6. Exchange
long 9K, short 10},'. Governments ll rm and quiet.
State bonds dull and steady.
Evening.-Moneysnsy at aa". Sterling weaker
atr>Ka9K. Gold 13X- Governments strong at
advance. Tennessees Arm; North and Sooth
Carolinas weak; others very dulL Freights
heavy; cotton by sall 6-32a3-16d; steam Xd. \
LIVERPOOL. May 24.
Noon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands ll ??a, Or?
leans n.sd; sales 12,000 hales; Balea or tue week
78,000; exports 6000; speculation 13,000; stock
858,000; American 299,000; receipts 46.0.0; Amen
can 20C0; actual exp .rta 7000; afloat 420,ooo;
Later.-cotton Arm; uplands lixd, Orleans
HKd; speculation and export 3000 bales.
Evening.-cotton cosed arm and unchanged.
Vai nb and fabrics armer.
NEW YORK. May 24.
Noon-Cotton quiet; sales 1853 bales; uplands
24%c, orleans 2?Xc;
Evening.-Cotton closed strong; sales 2368
bales; uplands 2?Kc. Orleans aalea of cot?
ton futures to day 13,300 bales as follows : Hay
24,"?a2i??; June M%aM ll-L6;July 24Xa2ll6l6;
August 24Ka24K; September 22Xa22 7-16; Octo?
ber 20K; November 19 9-l6al9K; I'ecemberiex.
BOSTON, May 24,
Colton firmer; middlings 2&Kc; gross receipts j
938 bales; sales ooo; stock 14,500; weekly net;
receipts 632; gross 6111; exports to Great Britain
92; sales 2000.
PROVIDENCE, May 24.
Cotton-net receipts 1010 bales; stock I6,ooo.
PHILADELPHIA, Mar 24.
Cotton Arm; middlings UJic; weekly net re?
ceipts 452 bales; gross 1981.
BALTIMORE, May 24.
Cotton Arm; middlings 24 jfatttte; net receipts
141 bales; gross 141; exports c astwiac 40; sales01;
stock 4392; weekly net receipt* 1363; gio*B2lll;
exDOrts'o Great Britain '?45; exports coastwise
1254; sales 2564; spluners 1*3.
NORFOLK, May 24.
Cotton quiet: low middlings 22|?a22i?c; net re?
ceipts 230 bales; exports coaatwise 38; sales loo;
st- ck 1772; we kly net receipts 1305; exports
coastwise 1256; sales 256.
CITY POINT, May 24.
Weekly net receipts of cotton 92 b iles.
WILMINGTON, May 24.'
Middlings 23c; salea 108 baies; stock v3:o; net
receipts of tho week 03; exports coastwise 184;
sales or the week 241.
SAVANNAH, May 24.
Cotton very Arm; middlings 23c; net receipts
374 balta; sales 200; atock 11,174; net receipts ef
the week MIS; exports to Great Britain 4435;
coastwise 605; sales of the week 1160.
AUGUSTA, May 21.
Cotton strong; middlings 22*ic; receipts 58
balea; sales 450; -to;k-lb71 6326, 1872 6202; week?
ly receipts 4S0; sales 1940.
MACON, May 24.
Cotton dall; mlddl.nga 21j?c; atock-1871 280O,
MEMPHIS, May 24.
Cotton active and firm; middlings 23??a23)?c;
receipts 219 bales; stock-1871 8325, 1872 17.466;
weekly receipts 1717; shipments 905; sales 6700.
COLUMBUS, May 24.
Cotton quiet-stock 187 L 3.044 bales; 1872, 2,795
bales ;. weekly receipts 78 bales ; shipments 486;
sales 137; spinners 62.
NASH vi LLB, May 24.
Cotton very quiet-low middlings 22,"? cents;
stock 1871,1.23 . balts; 1872, 4,776; weekly receipts
112; shipments 695.
SELMA, May 24.
Cotton-stock 1871.1,495 balea; 1872, 902; weekly
receipts 49 ; shipments 167.
MONTGOMERY, May 24.
Stock of 1871, 3675 bales; 1872, 1696; weekly re?
ceipts 195; Bhlpmeut 222.
MOBILE, May 24.
Cotton Arm; ml.idling* 23c; net receipts 99
bales; ex ooria coastwise lflus; sales 500; stock
1294; week y net receipts 827; exports to Great
Britain 3646; coastwise 2011 ; sales 28oo.
NEW UKI.EANS. May 24
Cotton quiet; middlings 23>ic; net receipts b'9
bales; gross 1164; exports to Great Britain 3467;
Davre 8096; sales 2700; stock 70,soe; weekly net
recelpta 8477; gross 4766; exports to Liverpool
966; Havre 3096; coastwise4484; sales 16,000.
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, May 24.
Noon.-B read a tn ifs quiet. Red Western wheat
Hs ed to lia lod; red winter 12s 8 J.
LONDON, May 24.
Evening.-Weather fair but unfavorable to
crops. Russia tallow 63s..
NEW YOEE, May 24.
Noon.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat
held la?c higher, corn steady. Polk quiet; mess
$13 8oai3 90. Lard dull; steam 9>?a9 6-i6c. Tur?
pentine Arm at 63a03xc. Rosin quiet; strained
Evening.-Flour dull and favors buyers. ' Whis?
key 90c. Wheat, spring la?c better; winter
heavy; winter red $1 90al 92, corn Dun at 73 s'a
74c. Pone steady. Lard a trifle easier at s\?a
Vi. Naval stores Arm. Tallow steady.
CINCINNATI, May 24.
Flonr dull and drooping. Corn dull and droop?
ing at 61a62 for ear. Pork quiet and nochanged
In only limited Jobbing demand aLd small sales.
New York Rice market.
NEW TORE, May 23.
The Dally Bulletin saya: The demand ls very
good, a shade better ir anything, and the market
steady. Holders appear to feel confidence, and
do not seek trade beyond such as may come to
them, but still are as yet willing to negotiate on
any full bid. Sales of 375 bags Rangoon at 6*?a
JXc; 60 bags Patna at 7>?a7*?o, and 20 tierces
New York Naval Stores Market.
_ ' M " NEW YORK, May 26.
The Dally Bulletin Fays: Receipts to day, 946
bbla rosin, 10 do spirits turpentine. SplntB tur?
pentine] have beeu moderately active and Arm
WI h an upward tendency. Sales 60 bbla at 64a
C6c In lots, 100 bbls at 02>io, 40 bbla at 63a66c, loo
bbia at 63a63Xc, 20 bbls at 63c, 76 bbls at 68>?c, 100
bbls to arrive ac 63c, 70 do to arrive at63>?, and 50
bbls to arrive at 62c, the market cluuing at 63a
cjx for merchantable order. Rosin ls In fair
request for the better grades but without mate?
rial change of prices, .-?aies ?.ou bbla strained at
$J OJ, 31 bbls uo at $3 69, 75 bbl*, No. 1 at $4 26,
8)7 bbls do at $4 so, and 211 bbla pale at '$6 60.
Tar and pitch unca juged.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ANDERSON, May 22.
Sales of cotton for the week ending to-day 34
bales; prices this afternoon range from 21 to 21 hi
" . YoBKViLLE, May 22.
Cotton ls worth rrom 18 to 21c.
CHARLOTTE. May 20.
Sales during the week very small, comprising
only m bains; low grades dull or sale and raies
nominal. We quote 17al9u for Inferior; good or?
dinary 20; low middling 21, and full style mid
GREENVILLE, May 22.
Cotton ls selling to d >y at 20a2oxo.
M ON TO o M s UT, May 22.
Cotton market Arm with goud demand; good
ordinary 21a2ixc; strict goou ordinary 2lXa22c;
low mlddllags 22 ?ic; middling* 22Xc.
COLUMBUS, May 22.
Nothing doing in our market; mludungB21^c;
rec- ipis Ave daya 62 bale*, against 87 last week
I and 84 corresponding week i87l??8slpped same
days 381, against 359 and 461; salea 26; recelpta S;
I shipments 10.
Receipts per Railroad, May a*.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
122 bales cotton, 113 bales goods, 126 bbls naval
stores, 200 bbls Aour, 4 cars stock. TO Railroad
Agent, Pelzer. Rodgers A co. F O C Kracke, W W
smith, H Bu winkle, Tledeman, Calder A co, T T
Chapeau A co. A J salinas, Wbllden A Jones, w B
Smith A co, Witte Bros, Kinsman A Howell, G H
Walter A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Mowry
A Son, B O'Neil), W H Jones A co, H Cobla A co.
Wagener A Monaees, D Paul A co, Kllnck, Wick
enberg A co, u Phillips
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD. ?
6 balea cotton, 460 bbls naval stores, cars lum?
ber, tobacco, mdee, Ac. To Barden A -Parker, it
T Walker, Whlldcn A Jones, c Lelbenrood Hart
A co, S D Stoney, A J Salinas. Heath A Rice, W c
Oounney A co, Wageoer A Monsteg, W ll chafee
A co, W H Jones A co, M Lubra, J F Taylor A co,
Quackenbuab, Eatlli A co, C Belltzer, O Mack,
Railroad Agent, and Order._
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Way Landings-Col
A u Biown, W P Holmes, H M Davis, Capt Wm
f erroneau, H W Crouch, Jamea u Holmea, and
three on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
Misa S C Brown and servant, Mrs Edmondston,
Miss Edmondston, Mrs sm itu, Mrs J c Logan, K J
Middleton, Mrs Johnson, Mrs Baxter, Mrs Jones,
Mrs Butler, J O Hertz, Geo Paul*, H J Mccormick,
and 10 deck.
CHARLESTON, 8. C..MAY 26, 1872.
Lat 86 deg 46 min 38 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings.
Mdse, Ac. To Kavenel, Holmes A co, M Triest, U
Kiatte A co, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, W M Bird
A co, Tiedeman, Calder A co, J P Brown, Capt H
Harms, Southern Express co, J Apple, C Dunn, J
Campbell, Dr ?shepard, Roach A Moffett, H M, M
R C, and others. .
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 33
tlercea rice, 140 bags nee flour, MOO shingles,
mdse ana tundrles. To Shackelford dc Kelly, E N
Thurston, Pringle A Son, col C S Walker, u A
Treuholm A Son, A Mazyck, Frost, Adger A co, E
H Barnwell, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, A M, and
Received from Bennett's Mill. 65 tierces rice.
To W O Bee A co.
Steamship Guir Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
-W A courtenay.
steamship -Golf Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia.
Ship Nautilus, spencer, Liverpool.
British bars Lana, Goudy, Liverpool.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull, at New York.
steamship Virginia. Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
Sehr E O Rommel), Risley, at New York, May 20.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Jennie Armstrong, Brown, rrom
Providence, R I, May 18.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
. NEW YORK, May 24.
Arrived, steamships Donan and Abyssinia.
Evening.-Arrived, the Denmark an i Terry.
The bark Midas, Higgins, from Bull River, S C,
for a port 10 Great Britain, waa towed to sea over
St Helena Bar May 24, by steamer Pilot Boy.
Tho sehr W H McCollle, Doughty, from South
Carolina, arrived at Philadelphia 2utu inat.
Tho sehr Mav Morn, Hatch, from Peedee, S 0,
arrived at New York May 21.
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 16
Br bark Onward, Evans, up.April 12
The Georgiana,-, up.April 17
The Duke or Cornwall, --, op.May 8
The Essex, Smith, palled.March 26
Bi bark Architect, Duddllngton, np.May 4
Br bark Fllle de l'Alr, Jones, cleared.March 16
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, np.March 20
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 25
The Heinrich, Wnaer, sailed.April 8
Brig Minnie Abby, Harding, cleared -.May io
Brig Caroline Gray, -, np.May ll
Sehr Florence Rogers, sheppard, cleared..May 17
Sehr F Shay, Hutching, np.May 20
QElotrjing, tailoring, Ut.
SPRING AND SUMMER, 1872.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS BELOW LIBERTY STREET,
invite attention to their large and splendid
Stock Of CLOTHS, 0A8SIMERES, COATINGS,
Snltlng Cheviots, Linens, Ac, and the handsom?
est selection or Pants and Vest Patte rna, which
will be made to order under the supervision of a
most amiral and fashionable cutter.
FOR MEN, YOUTH, BOYS AND CHILDREN, Of
every style and quality, and at very low
AND A COMPLETE STOCK OF GENTS v
Which embraces the celebrated STAR SHIRTS
and the choicest novelties in NECK WEAR.
All orders promptly executed and satisfaction
?rana ?Jri?? Dis tr ib ut. on.
^TLTS^OOT^LTO O !
GRAND GrIFT CONCERT
IN AID OF THE
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
-AT LOUISVILLE, KY. #
By authority In the act of the Legislature Incor?
porating the PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY,
the Ti u st ces .wm give their
SECOND GRAND GIFT CONCERT
Jn the great Hall of the Public Library Building,
In Louisville, Ky., on
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1872.
This magnificent ha'l, known aa WelMger Hau,
IR the largeat, most cent rally located, and best ar?
ranged fur large and fashionable audiences of any
tu Louisville, and IB flited up in mperb style, 'iho
building has a front al les feet on Fourth street,
by a depth of 200 teer, faur stories In height, and
was recently purchased for the Public Library at
a cost of $210,000. Three large rooms are uow
titi ed up for a l.brarv, and contain about 20.000
volumes and a museum ot 100,000 specimens, now
open and free to the gratuitous nae and enj py?
mont or all citizens or every State in the Union.
It ls the purpo-e of the Trustees, by the Grand
Gift Concert now announced, to raise the money
. with which to pay the balance of the parchase
money due upon the Public Library building, to
enlarge the library, and to so endow the institu?
tion as to make lt self-sustaining-and forever be?
yond the necessity of calling upon any individual
who uses the bouka for the contribution of a single
cent toward its support.
10t>,000 TICKETS OF ADMISSION .
will be lssned at $10 each ; hair tickets $5; q a art er
tickets $2 60; ll whole tickets for $100; 28 for
$266; 66 for $600; US for $1000 ; 266 for $2600; 676
tor $6000. No discount on leas than $100 worth
of tickets at a lime.
Tickets will be sent, when requested, by regis?
tered letter. The money for them may be tent
by Adams Express Company and Its connections.
Post?nica money order, registered letter, or bank
The holder or each ticket, or frac lon of a ticket
(a half or a quarter.) Is entitled to admission to
the Concert and to the gift awarded to it. During
the Concert the sum of
$500,000 in Currency
will be given to the holders or tickets by dlstrl
button by lot or ONE THOUSAND GIF l's, as
LIST OF GIFrS.
One Grand Gift, Cash.SUM),oro
One Grand Gift, Cash. 5?,000
1. 20,000 "
1. 15,000 ..
1. 10,000 "
1. 0.000 "
1. 8,000 "
1. 7.000 "
1. 6.000 "
1. 6,000 "
1. 4,000 "
1. 8,000 "
4 outs or $2,000 each. 8,000 "
15 .. 1,000 " . 15,000 "
20 " (00 " . 18,000
21 " 800 " . 10.800 11
26 " 700 " . 17,600 "
36 " 600 " . 21,000 "
46 " 600 " . 22,600 "
50 " 400 " . 20,000 "
60 " 300 ?' . 18,000 "
100 " 200 " .20.000 "
612 " 100 " .61,2ti0 "
Totall.ooo Gifts, all Cash....$600,000
This Concert, like the first or the 16th ot Decem?
ber last, (which was so decidedly successful, and
at which the first grand girt was drawn ny and
paid to Mr. Joan R. Dont, of Memphis, Tenn.,) 1B
;or the benefit of the
PUBLIC LIBRARY OF KENTUCKY.
The Farmers' and Drovers' Bank ls Treasurer,
and the corporate? and supervisors are all repre?
sentative men. and are among the most respecta?
ble and distinguished citizens of the State.
Shoolu any tlciceis be Jeft unsold on the day of
the drawing, they will be destroj c 1. and the one
thousand gifts oflered will all be drawn and paid*,
bnt diminished in value in proportion to the per?
centage of unsold tickets. For Instance, if only
three-fourths of the tickets are sold, the capital
gift will be reduced to $75,000, and au tue others
Toe Hon. Thoa. E. Bramiette. late Governor of
L Kentucky, has consented to represent the trustees
m the management of this se omi Grand Girt
Concert, and he will personally see tnat the
money irom the sale or tickets le deposited with
the Treasurer; that the drawing ls fairly con?
ducted, and the gifts Justly awarded and prompt?
The drawing will take place in public, ia fall
tew or the audience, and under the immediate
supervision and direction of the Officers and Trus?
tier of the Public Library of Kentucky, and the
following named eminent and disinterested citi?
zens, who have consented to be present and see
that all ls fairly done:
Hon. M. K. Hardin, Judge Court Appeals, Kv.
Hon. J. Proctor Knott, late M. C. Lebanon Dis.
Hon. H. W. Bruce, Jndge Mm h Judicial Dis., Ky.
den. Ell H. Murray, U. & Marshal, Dis. Ky.
Hon. B. Cocran, Chancellor Loo. Chancery Court.
Hon. E. D. standlford, President Farmers' and
Hon. Joan Barbee, Manager Royal Insurance Co.,
Col. Phil. Lee, Com. At t'y Ninth Judicial Dis.
Dr. C. Graham, founder Graham Cabinet.
CoL JllBon P. Johnson, Manager Galt House.
Dr. T. s. Bell. Prof. Medical University, Louisville.
Hon. J. O. Baxter, Mayor Louisville.
Hon. t. L. Burnett, City Attorney.
Henry Wolford, Treasurer Louisville.
A. O. Brannln, President Manufacturers' Bank.
Phillp Judge, of the Louisville Hotel Co.
Jas. Bridgeford, Pres. 2d National Bank'.
W. C. D. Whips, Proprietor Willard HoteL
J. O. Johnston, President Traders' Bank.
H. Victor Newcomb, firm of Newcomb, Buchanan
Henry Deppen, President German Bank.
Andrew Graham, Tobacco and Cotton Merchant.
Dr. Norvln Green, President L. A C. Short Line
Vol. Rose. Agent Adams Express Co.
Those who desire lurcher Information, or who
with to actas /gents for the aale of Tickets, as
well aa those desiring to parchase Tickets, sbonld
THOS. E. Il RAM LET TE,
Agent Public Library of Kentucky,
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
Circulara, giving full particulars, sent on
The first-class British bart ALICE 0., Cap- Jk*
tala Dix, wants soo bales Cotton to corn-SB
piece Cargo, and win sall with dispatch. .
Apply to II KN RT CARD,
may23 . _Accommod uion-Wharf.
THE PHILADELPHIA- EBON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter, -
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring aunt
Class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rama transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton states, and
to and from cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, Boston;
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
kV The VIRGINIA Ta appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharton FRIDAY, May 31st, at 1 o'clock
kV The G?LF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W.P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
ipOR NEW TORE.
ON WEDNESDAY, MAY: 29, AT 4?
O'CLOCK A. M. . . -
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1BT0.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell, Commander, will sall far
New York on WEDNESDAY, Hay 29th, at 10
o'clock A.M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bula or Lading to Liverpool and, tho
New England Cities as usual.
Insurance bv Steamers of this Line X percent.
' For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER, A CO.. No/28 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
jp OR NEW YORE.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
tl i!. . '/
The popular Sldewheel Steamship CHAMPION,
R, w. Lockwood, Commander, will sall from.Ad
ger's south Wharr for the above port on SATUB
DAT, the 26th luttant, at e o'clock P. M. -
OS- The CHAMPION H handsome:? and com
rortably titted up for passengers, and ollera supe?
rior inducements to trave lera going North.
kV Marine Insurance by this line half per cent.
49- Through Bills or Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing to?vns. Cl .
For Freight or Passage Engagements,.apply to
mggM JAMES ADOER A CO., Agenta.
pOR BAL T I M O RE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED rt.? fien
gesamt. . To JsjMfcji
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST,'
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship SBA GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY. 26th
May, at 6 o'clock P. M.
kV 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 Goods from
the Railroad Depot lu Philadelphia. . u
For Freight or Passage apoly- to . . i ,
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
roay20-o No. 2 Union Werves.
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE RATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
Railway station or Seaport in QreatJ
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, iMumara,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
United States,- .
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wedneaaay's Steam?
ers $oo. By Saturday's Steamers $06 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $33; steerage. $28, all payable In
Parties sending for tbelr/monda tn the Old
Country can purchase tickets av lowest rates. '
For farther particulars apply to,the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N.T.,
Orto . DOUGLAS NISBET,
. Southern Wharf.'
aprll-3mosDAw_Charleston, S. 0.
J3AOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN,
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Plrr ?JTjji
No. 42, North Elver, root or Canal ^T\?f??ff
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or toe iota
and 80th of every month except when these
dates rall on Snnday, then the .saturday preceding.
Ail departures connect at Panama with steam
era for ?oath Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco tira tri r every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day precedi? si.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New. York to Asplawall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information ojpily
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York.
jnly2fl-lyr_. F. R. BABY. Agpfc
J^OR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their first-class, foll power
Iron screw steamships from
PIER No. 4? N. lt., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold. . .
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 03 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
by 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.,
niava Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
'The splendid steamer._
Will leave Charleston every TOESDAY ETBNINO,
at 8 o'clock,
FOR FERNANDINA, ...
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.'
Returning, DICTATOR leaves Palatki FRIDAY
MORNING and savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having Flrat-Glass Ac?
commodations, applyJf? __ .
RAVENEL A co.. Agents,
Corner y an der h ors fa Wharf and East Hay.