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FESTIVITIES OF TSE SEASON.
. Maroon o?. the German Firemen Yester?
day-Picnics to Come.
GERMAN STEAM FIRE ENGISE COMPANY.
The annual picnic of the German steam
Fire Engine Company took place yesterday at
Mount Pleasant, the members, with a large
number of the fair sex and other Invited
guests, leaving the city at 10 o'clock A. M.
The day was spent In shooting, turning, ?co.,
and la3t, but not least, In dancing, which was
kept up with untiring vivacity. The dauclng
. hall had been prepared for the event, and was
neatly dressed up. At the close of the day the
marooners procured lights, and the picnic
ended in a most enjoyable ball, which lasted
until a late hour, when the party took the boat
for the city.
WASHINGTON STEAM PIRE ENGINE COMPANY.
The annual maroon of the Washington
Steam Fire Engine Company will be given to?
day at Mount Pleasant, under the manage?
ment of a committee of arrangements, con?
sisting of tb* following gentlemen: Messrs. L.
Cavana..gh, chairman; T. Murray, Jacob Kno?
beloch, C. F. Lynch and John McCaffer. The
boat will leave the wharf, at the foot of Mar?
ket street, at 10 A. M.. and 1 and 3 P. M.
PALMETTO OU ARD RIFLE CLUB.
The annlversiryof-ihls giillant organization
occurs on the 28th of June, and will be cele?
brated this year by a street parade, lo which
lt ls expected that the Palmettoos will be es?
corted by the Washington L'ght Infantry and
the Sumter Bille Club?, and a picnic at Mount
Pleasant, with target shooting, dancing, and
the whole round ol amusements that gene?
rally accompany such an occasion.
CHARLESTON SOCIAL CLOU.
The first annual picnic of this flourishing
young organization will be given at Mount
Pleasant on the 11th proximo, under the man?
agement of Messrs. T. Ostendorff, C. Bell, J.
Alley, J. Lockwood, P. D. Bell and D. C.
A SHASHTNO PARAGRAPH.-A soldier, while
reeling along King street yesterday with too
much spirits aboard, burst through the glass I
show window of Burnbanks drug store. He
was taken out and assisted to the Guardhouse.
A BABY PRINTER.-The other day, Sidney
Alexia McMillan, son of the proprietor of the
Marlon Crescent, set 5800 ems in nine hours.
Sidney ls but eight years old, forty-seven
inches high, weighs fifty-lour pounds, and has
not been at regular work for much over a j
month. He bas, however, been assisting in
the office for two months, occasionally setting
a stick or two of type.
AN INVITATION FROM SAVANNAH.-An invlta
.tlon has joe en received from the Savannah
Sehnt zengesellscbalt by the German Bille Club
Ot this city, to participate in the Sch?tzenfest |
of the iormer, which will take p'ace In Savan?
nah on the 17th, 18th and 19th of June nexr.
The Charleston Sch?tzen will doubtless send a
strong delegation to represent thom at this
pleasant gathering in the Forest City.
CHARLESTON MOUNTED CLUB.-A meeting o
the members ot this club was held last evening
at the Mills House tor the purpose of reorgan?
izing. The affil rs of the club were discussed
at length, and a committee ot five-appointed
to examine Into the same aud report next
Friday night, until which time the meeting ad- j
journed. An election for officers will then
take place, il the number of members war?
rant lr, and also the st j le of sabre to be used
will be determined on, alter hearing the re?
port of Mr. Chapeau, who was appointed a
committee of one to make the selection.
CORRECTION-.-In the proceedings ol Council
published yesterday morning the name of
Alderman Brown rppeared In two places,
instead o? the name of Alderman Bowen,
tai the discussion relative to the Enter-1,
prise Railroad and the employment of I
counsel to test ita right to dig'up the
streets. Alderman Brown was not present at J f
the meeting, and lt ls but due to Alderman
Bowen to say that be voted against the em?
ployment of counsel at a cost ot two thousand
dollars, in the first lestance, and bas always
strenuously and uniform!y opposed the mea?
ACCIDENT AT STEINMEYER'S M ILL.-At about I C
Tibie o'clock yesterday morning the cast-iron I 0
front of the fire-box supporting the boiler In 111
Stelmneyer'B Mill, at the foot of Beau?ain I 5
street, suddenly gave way and Iel!. Tne accl- ! ^
dent dislodged the boiler and broke the water I e
pipes, and tbe hot water contained in the I1
boiler was forced ont by the steam and severe-1 D
ly scalded a colored fireman who was stand-1 d
lng ]ust In front of the boiler. Tbe wounded Ia
man was promptly attended by Dr. Pro Hean, I9
who pronounced his Injuries very severe, and I 0
possibly fatal. The accident will probably In-1
terropt the business for about one week. I Q
A DEVILISH ATTEMPT.-Last Monday night j 0
some scoundrel weot to a new wooden build-1 *
lng in Queen street, near Elna:, where a family I *
reside, and pouring a lot of kerosene oil from I 8<
a bottle upon the floor near the door threw a I 0
lighted match Into it. The first attempt tailed. I [
and tbe house-bumers were alarmed In their I ?
work, and left before tbey accomplished their I a'
design. Tfie bottle of kerosene, the half-burnt I tl
match and the oil upon the floor told the fain- I w
Hy of the horrors they had escaped, and the I Q
circumstance was at once reported to tbe offl ? Cl
cen. Nothing bas since been heard ot the J
parties._ j ri
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CLUBS ANO STABS.-Not a single offence I at
against the peace of the city was reported at I Cl
the Mayor's court "yesterday morning from the j cl
upper wards. From the lower wardsacolored J fri
youth, named John Brown, found asleep In I by
the market, was discharged, and the case of I pl
twenty-seven barrels of fish, not removed I
from Venolng's wharf, under the orders of the j m
city registrar, was suspended until both par-1 H,
ties could be heard. The streets are now re- J.
markably quiet, except: certain portions ot ra
East Bay and Meeting streets, where the work-1 to
men on the Enterprise Railroad are makiog I
things ring to the music of the pick and I
shovel. ' I jj,
UNITED STATES COURT.-In the District j de
Court yesterday, before Judge Bryan, a wagon, I m
two uorses, thirteen boxes of tobacco, ?tc, j B,'
seiwd on Information for violation of the In- j pe
ternal revenue, were relessed to the claimant I pa
on his giving bond to the clerk In the sum of I J10
three hundred dollars to abide the final ludjr- I iii
ment j Sa
United States vs. Joseph M. Gayle, defend- 18
ant. Verdict for the plaintiff for six hundred qu
and seven'dollars and eighty-four cent?. ad
William K. Flint was tried and found guilty Ne
of violating the internal revenue law, and the 11
penalty lu his case was fessed at four hun- Gc
dred dollars. j JJj
The petition of Charles w. Fawcett bank I to*
rupt, of Fairfield, was referred to Registrar P?
Clawson to report. f*
Tbe petition of the assignee of J. D. Mell- ??'
wain," bankrupt, for the sale of lands of A. J. 0N
Kebler?and John J. Knox, was granted with to!
the consent of tbe defendants. cr
John D. C. Luders, of Altona. Germany, ap- if
peared in person and filed bis notice of inten- ba
tlon to become a citizen of the United States, be
The Juries were paid and discharged, subject g0
to the call of the court, and the court adjourn- Q"J
ed until ten o'clock this morning. ' a4
TBE COUNTY CONVENTION.
List of Delegates Elected.
Pursuant to the call of the chairman of the
executive committee, meeiings were held last
evening in five of the various wards of the
city for the purpose of electing delegates to
the County Convention, which meets this
morning at eleven o'clock In the Hibernian
Hall. The meetings were all harmonious, and
the business of the evening was dispatched
with an alacrity and precision which showed
but lillie difference of opinion as to the issues
ot' the day, and augurs well for unanimity of |
action at the convention to day.
" WARD 1.
Meeting held at the South Carolina Hall,
Mr. Henry Gourdin in the chair, and Mr. Wm.
M. Sase secretary. Delegates elected: E. Mc
Crady, Jr., H. ?. Young, W. R. Steadman,
Thaddeus Street, Joseph McFall, Marlow
The meeting, which took place at the Hi?
bernian Hali, was organized by Mr. W. H.
Easterby being called to the chair, and Mr.
John A. Moroso being requested to act as sec?
retary. The following delegates were then
elected: Henry Hall, Walter Webb, John A.
Moroso, S. S. Solomons, J. B. P. Alley, C. O.
Trumbo. A motion that no delegate tn the
County Convention shall be eligible to 'he
State Convention was moved, and, after a
short discussion, rejected by a large majority.
Meeting held at Market Hall. Captain A. 0.
Stone In the chair and Mr. P. T. Morey, secre?
tary. Delegates elected: Hugh Ferguson.
John F. Britton, John Hanlon, L. D. Mowry,
Alva Gage, A. J. Mlms.
Meeting at Archer's Hall. Mr. John F.
Ficken in the chair, and Messrs. Robert j
Chlsolm, Jr., and B. E. Kinloch, secretaries.
On motion, it was resolved that no delegate
from this ward to the County Convention shall
be eligible to the State Convention. The fol?
lowing were nominated as delegates, and
elected without opposition: E. R. Walter,
Theo. Boag, E. L. Levy, B. K. Kinloch, B. 5.
Bruns, E. R. White.
Meeting at Oppenheim^ Hall. Colonel J.
D. Aiken in the chair, and Mr. H. H. Oppen?
heim, secretary. On motion of Major A. B.
Rhett, it was resolved that no person be eligi?
ble as candidate for the County Convention
except he be, present at the meei lng, or a good
excuse be given lor his absence. The follow?
ing gentlemen were put In nomination and
elected viva voce: P. Brady, Charles Foster,
A. B Rhett, A. J. Crews, J. B. Steele and W.
CHRIST CHURCH PARISH.
At a meeting ol' the citizens of Christ
Church Parish, held at Mount Pleasant on
Monday last, the following were elected dele?
gates: G. E. Kinloch, M. W. Venning, Dr. I ]
Fred. Horlbeck, Wm. Edmooston. 11
DECORATING THE CMON SOLDIERS' GRAVES.
The ceremony of decorating the graves ol the
Union soldiers, who fell lu this vicinity and
?re buried at Magnolia Cemetery, will take
place this alternoon at half past four. The
programme will consist of a prayer by Rev.
Mr. Fox, an appropriate ode 6ung by Sunday
school children, aa ode read by Rev. Mr. Fox,
the decoration of the graves by children, a | j
dosing ode, and the benediction. A train
(viii leave Ann street depot at 4.15 P. M. and
return at 6.30. The military companies and
:lvic societies have been invited to attend.
Persons wishing to contribute flowers are ] I
respectfully requested to leave them at the
residence corner of Smith and Bull streets
before 10 A. M. to-day'.
SAILING OF THE GEOKG?A-A SUMMER CARGO.
This capacious steamship, ol the "Iron Line,"
vent to sea yesterday morning with a very
arge and valuable cargo, and cabins full ot
tassengera. Our readers who are apt at estl
nating .quantities can amuse themselves by
Igurlng ihe total IQ cubic feet of this "sum?
ner cargo," and will, no doubt, come to the
on elusion that Charleston ls about the only
?ort, South, that ls In the way of furnishing
uch a bulk of freight for a single New York
teamship. Tbe exports by ibis steamer,
vhich can be found In its proper column, ls
o Delusive of the advantages of thia port over
lelghborlng ports, whose trumpeters are
iways at work disparaging '-the City by .the
?ea." When either ot them can send to New
Tork sixteen hundred bales of cotton and the
normous bulk of other cargo, taken out by
he Georgia, we shall be pleased to make a
cte of lt. The South Carolina ls the next
iBpatch on the "Iron Line," and passengers
nd shippers will note that she Is appointed to
ail from Union wharves on Tuesday after
con, June 4tb, at six o'clock precisely.
THE IRISH FESTIVAL.-In the hurry of
laking up the record of the target shooting
n Tuesday afternoon, for the award of prlzps,
few errors were made by the committees,
'filch have since been rectified and which
hould also, as a matter ol Justice to the marks
len, be corrected In the published reports,
u the case of the Carolina Rifle Club the ag?
r?gate number of centres made bythe clnb
hould have been stated as 231 Instead of 211;
ie numbor made by Mr. J. W. Lewis, who
.on the first prize, 100 Instead of 98, and the
umber of Mr. E. A. Smythe's score, which
irrled off the second prize, 75 instead of 73.
The prizes for the tilting at tho bead and E
ng by the Charleston Social Mounted Club A
insisted of a silver mounted bridle and spurs. w
id a riding whip presented by tbe Irish Rifle
lub, and a floe bridle and a handsome saddle
oth presented by Messrs. Chapeau <tHef
oo, saddlers. They were won respectively
r Sergeant Peiper, and Messrs. Doyle; H. Ap?
er and M. Hogan. ' .
The marksmen of the German Rifle Club
ed the celebrated Happoldt and not ihe
ipsburg rifles. The former are made by Mr.
H. Happoldt ?f thi? city, who won the eene
l prize and also the flretaf the prizes offered
the German Rifle Club, scoring 179 centres.
THE NEW YORK VEGKTABLE MARKET_Thc
?Hy Bulletin of TueBday, May 28, Bays:
S?SJ??'?f0 m*rket >s dull and heavy for old
ar??n9- 7ne f,'ature of vegetan ?
T1 P,re8ent ap'*ar9 10 b? centred In
.rmuda onions, ana ther^iB an acilve spec
alive demand. The bulk ol the stock sp?
ars to have been quietly bought np ov a lew
rties whose Intentions, we are told, are to
kiloran advance: the marketat the close
excited, and prices too uncertain to quote
liably. In other kinds peas are a tri
lower, but with this exception there
no marked change in values. Our
otations for potatoes are In bulk- in
Ipplng order 50c per barrel must be
ded. Bermudas are held at $8 from dock,
iw Southern $5a6. We quote old as follows:
7oa2 25 per barrel for Peach blows; $1 50al 75
r Jb.arlfeI.,i0^Ear,y Ro8e; U?1 50 for eany
*JSi,1^1 75 per barrel for Jackson,
i tes; $1 75a2 for Prince Alberts. lu veee
J?J?* W>" green peas: Norfolk, $3 60a4
e bbl; do Maryland. $5.50*6. Carrots $3 59
1 per barrel Radishes 50a75e. lorVrsey
d Lpns Mand, per 100 bunches. Russia
.nips $3a$3 50 per barrel. Parsnips$1 EES
dons, 50ca$l lor red, and about he same for
lite So nach $1 50 per barrel. Bemuoa?om??
-s $la$l 2oper box; do onions _ l?r
!? TR,hu^arb ? P*r 100 hunches. Jersey ?nd
ne Island asparagus G*10c.: do. Ov>tr Bav
ri ^r W?- Sprouts*L 60 per
wei. String beans $2 50*3 per crate. Cucum
od ln2neral,J,p0ur aort hard to ?Sf
od would probably bring $4a5 ner cratn'
mrner squash per ?ate, $2 25a2 50? New Sri
pe?abWPe bUnChe8: New ca? ?
Ac-ail filly of Music
The Skiff aud Gaylord Troupe of minstrels,
burleequers and contortionists, attracted ano
ther lair audience ut the Academy of Music
last evening, and kept them la good humor
with a rich bundle of comicalities. A mat nee
will be given this afternoon, and the final per?
formance In Charleston mis evening.
The Tour of Ku rope.
Colonel Johnston very kindly entertained
the children of (he Orphan Asylum with his
Panorama of tbe Old World, at Hibernian Hall,
yesterday afternoon, and the Mille folks ap?
peared highly delighted with the trip, and the
Interesting lecture with which the Colonel is
in the habit of accompanying lt. Last even?
ing another exhibition was given to a large
and appreciative audience, including the la?
dies of the Confederate Widows' Home.
The few Panorama,
Next Monday evening, at Hibernian Hall,
the new panorama ol the United States, which
is emphatically a home enterprise, having
had its incepllc . and birth in Charleston, will
be.exhibited for ihe first time In public. The
paintings are spoken of by those who have
been favored with a private view as remark?
ably truthful, effective and artistic,- and the
range of views presented is particularly in?
teresting to Charlestonlans. The opening
scenes of the panorama are devoted to the
most striking localities In this city as they ex?
isted bef jre the fire and the war had made
such havoc with Its beauty, then are given
life-like paintings of cities and scenery in
various parts of the country, and finally a
series of sentimental and humorous sketches,
including some pictures of great beauly and
Borne that aro irresistibly comical.
CRUMB?.-State Auditor Gary is ID town.
A brisk shower commenced ut half-past
eleven ta-t night, accompanied with vivid and
frequent Sashes of lightning.
Colonel Johnston announces a mal loee ex?
hibition of his panoramic lour ot Europe for
BOND SCRIP FOB TAXES.-The following
communication was received In this city yes?
terday by the county treasurer:
OFFICE AUDITOR OF STATE. /
COLUMBIA. 8. C.. May 28, 1872. j
Wm. Ourney. Esq, Treasurer Charleston
Countv, Charleston. S. C :
Sm-Proceedings havlug been commenced
In court lo test the question as io whether the
State ls bound to rec? Ive '-revenue bond scrip"
In payment of past due ia?e.?, you ur?* heieoy
directed to receive none of said "ncrlp" on
?aid account until the question has been
settled. Very respectfully.
EDWIN F. GART.
Hotel Arrivals-Blay 20.
A. C. Appleby, Colleton; M. Bischof, Macon;
Et. 8. Barker, Barnwell; H. Spanier, Atlanta;
a. Vance, Augusta.
Edwin F. Gary. Columbh; Thomas B. Jeter,
Jalon; P. L. WlgglD, Beaufort; S. St. John, H.
3. Plait, Mrs. Dening and child, Augusta; H.
Browning and wife, Misa M. Browning, Aiken;
E. W. Johnson, E. C. Green, S. C.; D. Bead,
ady, servant and child. James Hunter, Mrs.
?V. A. Avrry, H. L. Stevens, Savannah; P. W.
Hiller, Washington; S. C. DePass, Memphis;
Samuel Lowder, Philadelphia.
Meetings This Day.
Amateur Literary and Fraternal Associa
don, at 1 P. M.
Irish Volunteers, at 8 P. M.
Cleburne Society, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales THU Day.
Jeffords & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
itoreB, sugar-cured hams.
Miles Drake will sell -at IO o'clock, at bis
tore, clothing, hals, <fcc.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
tore, shop goods, shoes, ?fcc.
Henry Cobla & Co. will sell nt 9 o'clock, at
heir store, hams, shoulders, kc.
P. B. Lalane & Co. will sell at half-past 9
.'clock, at their stores, cheese, butter, &c.
NEW Goons FROM NEW YORK.- Messrs.
?toll, Webb & Co. ate again In the il eld, ahead
f all competitors, with a large and carefully
elected assortment of dry goods from New
rork, which they offer at remarkably low
JOHNSTON'S TOUR OF EUROPE.-Last mall?
ee Friday afternoon. Everybody receives a
resent. No blanks.
FAMILIAR SCENKS AND WELL-KNOWN LOCAL
riES can all be visited by going to Hibernian
[all on Monday night. Only 50 cents.
MR. LBE, proprietor of the Pavilion Hotel
tables, bas just received another of those
ouLiiioiinted Clarence Carriages. They were
irnlshed by the old carriage house of L.
Ihapln, No. 193 Meeting stree!, and are not
quailed In style and finish by any in this city.
JOHNSTON'S TOUR OF EUROPE gives a present
) every body Friday afternoon. Last marl?
RECEIVED per Norwegian bark Dratipner,
ogllsh Bass's Ale and Rhine Wine, on draught.
Iso, Philadelphia lager beer, fresh every
eek, by A. Tiefenthal. maj30-3
"CARRY THE NEWS TO SARAH !" "What news?"
'hy, the Great Panorama of tbe Uni i ed States
peas at Hibernian Hall on Monday night.
LADIES, why will you do your sewing by
ind when you can buy a sewing machine on
ich easy terms? The Singer Sewing Ma?
tine Company are selling their celebrated
achines on the instalment plan, and their
rms are so very liberal that anybody can
ly one. They Invite tho ladies to their par
r, No. 186 King street, where lt will afford
e agent a great deal of pleasure to show the
fi?rent styles ol machines; also, sam) les
ew) of work done on them, whether you
?sh to purchase or not. maj30-ihm2
FRESH and fragrant is the verdict ol every
ie who has used Hoyt's German Cologne,
has njet with suco, a popular reception that
r. A. H. Hayden has been compelled to in?
essa bia orders, and those persons who sp?
ecials a pleasant delicate perfume can
i accommodated at the corner of King and
PREVIOUS to taking Inventory of stock Furch
itt, Benedict & Co. offer unprecedented bar
tins In all of their departments, containing
Iks. Dress Goods, Domestics, Fancy Goods,
bbons, Corset?, Handkerchiefs, Ladles' and
mia Underwear, Housekeeping Goods, Car?
ls, Matting, ?c. may27
BnsiNEss ENVELOPES.-I HK NEWS Job Office
now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
th business cards printed thereon? at $4
r thousand. Send your orders. Every
ir chant and business man should have his
Pd printed on his envelopes.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
y's celebrated Soda Water, at lbe East Bay
iws Room. Branch of the Hasel street es
bl lah ment. apr 16
WORTH THE ADMISSION ALONE.-What? A
look at -Ihe City by the Sea," Monday night
at Hibernian Hali.
PREVIOUS to taking inventory of stock Furch
gott, Benedict & Co., 244 King street., have
marked down all of their goods, and- offer
greater bargains in all ol tbelr departments
than ever before, maj27
FIFTY CENTS is all that is asked for admis?
sion to the grand nierai exhibition of the age
at Hibernian Hall on Monday night.
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS !- Louis Coben
it Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
pub;ic 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 COHEN ?t
Co., No. 248 King street; majl6
NOTICE TO TOURISTS.-Stereoscopic vlewB ol
Charleston and vicinity for sale nt the Hasel
street Bazaar. dec29
BTLL HEADS printed on fine paper at $3, $4,
$5, $6 50 and $8 50 per thousand, according
to size, at THE NEWS Job Office.
MARK TOUR CLOTHISO!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel si ree t Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-th
GAMES ! GAMES !-Magic Hoops, Building
Blocks, Alphabet Blocks. HASEL STREET BA?
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At the regular meeting o? the Palmetto
Guard Rifle Club, beldon tht 28th instapr, at Ar?
chers Ball, the followlug preamble and resolu?
tions were unanimously adopted:
Since tho formation of this Club deatn has
claimed several members from onr ranks, and we
are now sgiin called to mourn the loss of a com?
rade. Sud leniy, and with scarcely any warning,
the snmm ms came, and T. D. Clancy passed
from the portals or life into that unseen booree
whence ; o traveller return-. To chose he left re
hind rem Uns tho sad dury or paying a tribute to
his memory; therefore, belt
Resolved, That In thc death of Theo. D. Clancv
this Uub liss mst a member endeared to them by
p -st associations, and one whose luterest in the
ur?ni za I >n had neveras td.
Resolved, Tnat this Cl o crear the usqal badge
of mourin og on tbe next parade.
Resolved, That the f ingoing preamble and
res lu ions be soread Upon toe Minutes, anda
ci'py of the same he forwarded to tho family '.f
oar deceased comrade, and be published lu tue
Fxiractfrom the Minutes.
A. S. nora LAS,
Secretary and Treasurer.
CO HI UER VIAL NEWS,
NRW YORK-Per steamship Georg's- 221 bans of
sea Hand and 1357 baies up and cotton, 162 bales
do nestles an 1 goods, 18 tes rice, 600 norn navsl
store-, 60 casks dav. 60 bandies paper, 149 bbls
potatoes, Mttboxts vegetables ona lui pkgs sun?
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHAKLKHTON WRWS, I
WEDNESDAY EVENING. May 29. 1872. f
COTTON.-This article was In good and well sus?
tained demand at full and firm, and In some
cases rather b t er prices. Sales about 600 b iles.
Bay 48 at 21, 12 at 21 ii, 33at22H. 23 a' 22H. 120
st 23. 80 at SSM, HO ac 23H. 81 at 23H, 6 at 23H.
43 at 2? 40 at 24a. l extra staple at 25,5 extra
staple 26c fl lb. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.21 ?23v?
Kies-The market was quiet but steady.
Sales u tierces of clean Carolina at 8c ? lb. We
quote common to fair at 7H@8C, good sa@B>?C
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts 156 bbls splrlis and
795 bbls rosin. Sales of spirits 250 bbls at 53o for
mixed, and 54o fl gallon for regalar packages.
Rosin-sales 300 bbW cn the hasls of $7 for win -
dow glass, $6 for extra pale, $?.> 26 for pale, $5 for
low pale, $3 for extra No 2, $2 85 fur No 2, and
$2 75 for strained, crude turpentine may be
que ted at $3 76 for virgin, $2 so for yellow dip,
and $l 90 for hard.
FBKIOHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, >,\i on upland H , Xd on sea Islands; by sall,
'id on uplands, on Bea islands nominal. To
da vre - on uplands. Coast wise-to New york by
?team $2 on upland 1 and - on sea Islands; $1 60
fl tierco JU rice; ny sall Ho fl tb on cotton; - fl
norco on rice; 60c fl barrel on rosin; $8 fi M on
mimer; $10 fi M on tlmbor. To Boston, by sall?
ie 9 ts on npland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
cuff $9 60?10 60; pnospnare $5@6 so. To Provi?
dence, by sall $9 fl M on boards, He fl lb on
colton; by steam $1 fi bale on New York rates.
To Phllatelphla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
oy sall, fSBItoa boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8
per ton un clay, and $8a$3 co oa-phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam HO fi D by sall, $0 60@7 fi
if on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $3 26 fl
con on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de
aland by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Sauna River,
ia., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
md $io?i2 9 M are the rates on lamber and
Kron ANGE.-sterling 60 day bills sajtf&ftSX.
DOMESTIC EXCHA' ? 2.-The banks pur h ise
ught checks on New iork al par, and Bell at %?
H premium. Outside they purchase at M6M>X
fi cent, premium, and sell at 3-i6@H premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, May 29.
Noon -Consols 93H- Bonds 9i)J?.
Evening.-CODSJIS ?3H. Bon is 90H.
NEW YORK. May 29.
Noon.-Freights steady, stocks very weak. ?
3?M steady at 18. Money easy ac 6. Exchange- j
oog 9H; short 10H. Governments steady, state .
louds dull and quiet. South Carolinas very ;
Evening.-Montw 4a5. Sterling quiet and Arm. ;
Sold active aud higher; for- lgn oanKers buying at
^aH. Governments closed strone at advance
iii round. S.ates dull and heavy. TenneBsets
ure i e 1 at 73. New South Carolinas 32. Freights
COTTON MARKETS. .
LIVERPOOL, May 2 >.
Noon.-Cotton opened strong; uplands llHd.
La<cr.-cotton strong; sale* 20,000 bales; ex
ion and speculation fioco
Kvenlt g-Cotion closed Barong; nninnds ltHa
lHd. Ot leans ll ??alt gd; Bales -JJ.OOO; specuia- '
ion and export 60.0bates.
NEW YORK. May 29. '
Noun.-Cotton n- ml ally higher; Biles 633
mles; uplands and Or.eans both v6,*?c. t
Evening.- Cotion stead, teales 23.330; mlddllrgs 1
!8,>?c ?sale? of cotton fa'lires to-ua? 2A.800 bales 1
u i.llows: May, 25 7 16a26 * ; June, SC 7-10 *2?H? 1
l'y, ::> ^s2513 IC; August, 26Hs2<H: S -piembcr, <?
ajimSHi ucto' cr, *0Ha21H; November, 19l5-iGa
lu; December, 19^.
BOSTON, May 29.
Cotton, ml dungs 26^c: gross reeeipts 64
tales; sales 21,0 ; stock 15 soo. ,
PHILADELPHIA, May 29.
Cotton arm; middlings 26ac
BALTIMORE. May 29.
Cotton qnlet and firm; mlduimv 25Ha?&Hc; net
ecelpts 83 bales; gros? 097; exports coastwise
180; sales 6o4; stock 47i8.
NORFOLK. M*y 29.
Cotton Arra; low middlings 23?c; net receipts -
0 bales; experts coastwise 138; sales 60; stock
WILMINGTON, May 29.
Cotton firm; m'dd lin gs 24c; exports coastwise
G balea; sales 74; siock 2131 . ,
Cotton quiet and flrm;'mlddd gs 24c; net re
elpta 420; Bales 175; stock 9.61 nales.
AUGUSTA, May 29.
Cotton Arm and In fair demand; offerings :
Ivht; middlings 23j?c; net receipts 88; sales 176
. MEMPHIS May 29.
Cotton very Arm; middlings 24 24Xc; receipts
MOBILE, Mav 28. 1
Cotton qnlet ; middlings 23Hc; net receipts 28
liles; sale, 500; Btock Pi56.
NEW ORLEANS. May 28.
Cort?n strong; middlings 23sc; uer, receipts
3< bales; gross 48t?; sales 2500; stork ?1.880.
O.LVBSTON, May 28.
cotton qnlet; good ordinary 2o>ic; exports 1
oastwlse 168 bales; stock 6604. I
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
.. ; . LIVERPO A., May 29.
NEW YORE, Msy29.
Noon.-Flour dull and declining. Wheat dull
an<] heavy. Corn dull and uuonanged. Pork
quiet; rata-s $13 4s. Lard dud; steam 9#i9%o.
Turpentine quiet and ur rn at ?JUOJC. KOBIU Urin:
?traine . $3 60
KveolDg--Floor dall anl drooping; common to
fair e?traf8?6aiu75; good to choice $10 80ai3.
Whiskey Ole. Wneat favois buyers; nhl >pera and
millers Insist on lower rates; $i 68al 73 for No. 2;
red Western $2 06a210; amber Western $2a21&;
white $2<i2 IC . om lower at 71a72c. Pork dull and
heavy at $ .3 50nl3 OD. Li rd dui and unchanged.
Navals firm. Tal.ow quiet at OHOK'*.
BALTIMORE, May CO.
Flour quiet and arra. Wheat dull: red Western
$2.i210. Corn-waite 79; yellow 72; mixed corn
Tia:J.. Oatsstron?; Southern 58*61. Provisions
duli with declining tendency. Whiskey excited
CINCINNATI, May 29.
Flonr quiet and unchanged. Corn active at 52a
63. Pork nominal. Oilier* quiet and unchanged.
LOUISVILLE, May 29.
Flour dull; family $7 25. Oom, Backed 63c.
Pork $12 60. Bacou steady. Whiskey t8c.
ST LOUIS, May 29.
Flour easier, bnt not qnotasiy lower, corn dull
and lower; No 2 mlxco Mosaic. Whiskey Sic.
Pro visloni dull. Pork $12 26. B-con un eh toged.
Nsw ORLEANS, Hay 29.
Sngar qalet; fair 8J?c; good fair 9Xc; prime
lo^c. Molasses dull; some thin reserves sold at !
30. Codee 16>4al9u.
HAVANA, M av 25.
SUGAR-stock In warehouse!) at Havana and
Matanzas 438,000 boxes and ?8,C0O hhds; receipts
of the past wees at Havana aud Matanzas 63,uoo
boxes and 8400 hhds; exponed during the week
from Havana and Matanzas 38,000 noxes 640O
hhds, Including 8600 boxes aud 6000 htids to tho
United sta es; market firmer; Nos 15 to 20 Dutch
standard lltfa!4)? rs per arrobe. M lasses
-ilga rs Arm aud stock scarce; sales Nos 8 to lo at
8)i?9 rs per arrobe. Muscovado sugnr, inferior to
common 9a9?? rs per arrobe; fair to good reflnlog
nuoyantat \>%?9J? rs per arrobe; grocery grades
lilian^ rs per arrobo. Molasses mai ket qalet
and we..K; prices unchanged.
LUMBER.--white pine nominal; pitch pine $38a
39 per M. Shooks-box steady; hogshead weak;
for molasses 20 rs. Empty hogsheads active st
$.i 7.1. Um>p> nominal.
FRBIOBTS-Firm; to Northern and Fou'hTR
parts ta me United Stitr-s per box if sogar Sit a
iain; per nhd of sugar $5 75aS76; pirhhdof
mocases $4 25a5; to Falmouth und orders 47B Od
to 62- 61.
rxCHANGE-Excited; cn OnPel States, 60 dava,
currency, par to hi d Broun'; 60 day*, gold, 13a
is .y premium ; snore- sight 14Xal& premium; on
London 2a?a27 P'emlum; on Paris lo^ail premi?
um; spanish bank noies ll di; con ut.
New York Naval Stores Marker.
Nsw YOKE, May 28.
Receipts to day 116 bbl-? crudrf turpent ne, 7216
do rosin, no do spirits turpentine. Spirits tur
pentlue has ruled very qilei to day, but he price
"rm, closing a' 04c for merchantable order. Sales
02 bb ls at. 63 hi a?4c. Rosin excee Ingly dull, and
we did not hear of a single transaction. Prices
nominally unchanged. Tar and pitch qalet and
New York nice Market.
NEW YI RX, May 28.
The Dally Bulletin, of Toesda. saya: The regu?
lar trade are taking enough steele for a few days'
wants, and the aggregate business In thu way
make* s fair showing, toonga the market cannot
be called act ive ? Holders auk former prices, and
a e p etty steady, bm otP r all the at..cte required.
Wf haar to-day ofojly ab jut 200 bags foreign at
7a7??c for Rangoon. 7,^c fur Patna, and small
lots carolina at 9a9J?c.
WILMINGTON, May 28.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Marset H arm and sales
of 376 i a-k-i ba-i been effected at 54c per gallon for j
Som hem packages.
HOSIN. - -n les i?79 bbls at <2 76a2 81 for strained,
$2 8.i for ow-No 2, $8 for No 1. $4 fur low pale
and tb 60 for extra pale. M ir ket ls firm and bas
ad va need 60 Der t>bl for strained.
CRUDS IURPKNTINB.-sales or 480 bbls as fol?
low?: 860 bolt at $2 60 for hard, $8 80 for yellow
dip and $4 80 for virgin, and 130 bois at $2 60 lor
hard. $3 8* lorye le v dip and $4 86 fur virgin
Market is firm and hs.s advanced 6c tor yellow dip
TAR.-Sales of 3T4 bbl' at $3 60per bbl.
COTTON.-sales ol 8 bales late yest, rd av evening
M follow*: 2 ai Tihi. 6 ut 23, and 1 si rict mid?
dling at 24XC per pound.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ROOK HILL, May 26.
Under the Inflaence of continued excitement la
New Y rk we report onr market advancing; mid?
dling 23c; sales of ti<9 week 10 bales.
MONTGOMERY, May 27.
Market firm with good demand; good ordinary j
21 Kc; strict good ordinary 22>?c; low middlings
22\'c: middlings 230. -
Receipts per Railroad, May 29.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
339 bales cotton, 109 bales goods. 213 bbls naval
stores and l car stock. To Kailroad Agent, Bar?
den A Parker, Kinsman Sc Howell, Wmlden ?
June?, Mautone & cu, A s Smith, Frost, Adger A
eu, O ? Waiter & co, W C Bee k co, Baumelst r 4
Zerbst, Jno Campeen * co, D O Hld, H O Doscher,
c D Ahrens, Ladd, Martin Sc Mood, and W H Joues
ll bales cotton. 676 bbln naval stores, car* lum?
ber. tub icco, md.-e, Ac. To Barden ? Parker,
Whllden A Jones, RTWalker. Kinsman Sc Hovell,
S ? Money, A J saunas, Mowry Sc soo, Holmes,
Calder A co, W C Bee A co, J R Pringle Sc Son, W
? Courtenay Sc co, J Hyam Sc co, RH Brasswell,
W B p Hin reel. Butler ? Son, J Welters, i c M a; lo?
nee, SAC Railroad Agent, and other?.
Per steamship Georgia, for New York-Capt
and Mrs J B Eaton, Thoa Bed Turd, nurse and
child. Miss Hattie Btd'ord, Miss H O Alliier. Miss
L O Hooke Mian L Butiernelii, Miss Smith, Mrs
Bceler, M s Seeiy. T R Lovett, James M Nelson.
Mrs a 01 mes, Master Holmes, J H Patterson and
wlie. Miss M A Patti-raoo, M B Patterson, Master
J H Patterson, Miss G F Pearson, R Austin, Miss
Williams, Mr Arnot, Mrs Snell, Miss snell. J H
.sullivan, Rev T R Gaines, Miss Church, Mr and
Mrs Church and two children, C P Leslie, M J
Leslie. Miss Adams, Thoa Wil lama, Mr and Mrs
Rice. Geo Woodruff. F F Peck, Miss McPherson.
Miss Kelly, Mrs Clothier, G Kley, R Perkins, J
Mauagauir, J BSmlih. J LSmiih, Mrs J M Wnl
Bcy, Mrs Ford, H C Bennett, Aird W Brunning. Kr
and Mrs H Brunnlag, Wm McDonald, Mrs i T
Denning abd cb,ld. R F Gurney, John Bum n ger,
c Buianger, Mra wil ou, two children nnd nurse.
Miss Anna Leslie, Mr St John, J P Miles, a jd 3
In the steerage.
Per steamer Water Lily, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landings-Dr R
Lebby, J Mitchell, Jno King, D U To wits.
POUT CALKS DAK.
New Moon, 5*.h. IO hours 4 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14tn. 2 honra, 0 minutes, morn'g.
Full Moon, 21st. i hoar, 39 minute*, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 hours, 8 minutes, evening.
MAY A JUNE.
4 62 7.. 3
4 62 7.3
R. * 8.
MARINE yu wa.
CHARLESTON. 8. C.MAY 30, 1872.
.at 88 ileg 46 mm 83 aec. | Lon 79 deg 67 mm 27 sec.
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, Cardiff-days.
Hatiroad Iron. To Order.
Brig Mlnnio Abbie, Harding, Boston-12 days,
ddse. To M Goldsmith Sc Son.
steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlsto, Enterprise
ind Way Landings. Mdse and snndrle-.. To ?
Manet', Fraser ic 1 HI. J o Gieen, H U Robinson,
; Claclu -, Wilson Bro, M Mccarty, S A Woodside,
lamer?n. Barkley A co, F O'N- Ul. Klinck, Wick
mber? & co, t S lld., and others.
Steamship Giorgia, Holmes. New York-Wag
1er, Huger * co. W A Courtenay.
Sehr J W Hinton, simmons, Alexander, Va-J
L Enalow Sc co.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes. New York.
Brig Black s wau, Winslade, Martinique.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore, May
(.pan brig Merced ita. Oliver, Barcelona, May 9.
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeGroot, Baltimore, May 2'.
CP FOR THIS PORT.
The Amazon, McDonald, at Bristol, Eng, May
4 to proceed to Cardiff to load.
Sehr Alatoaka, Fooks, at Baltimore, May 24.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Nellie Clark, Darling, at Portland, Me, May
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, May 29.
Noon .-Arrived, the steamship Cruunc.-ry. Ar
ived out, the steamsnl 1 D itscbiaud.
LI?T OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Tie Annie, Davis, sailed.March ie
lr bark Onward, Evans, up..April 12
The Georgiana, -, np....: April 17
The Dake or Cornwall,-, up.. .May 8
The Essex, Smith, tailed./.Marco 26
BRISTOL. KN G.
The Amazon. McD maid, np..May 14
Bi nark Areli tree;, Duidlington, up........ May 4
Tue Athene, sorensen, sailed.....Maren 19
The Brenton, Rich, saned.-..March:20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed/......March"Sf
The Heinrich, Wu tier, sailed.April '8
, DOME ST IC.
Br bark A K Clements, Kelly, cleared.May 23
Bria C irollne Cray. Snow1, ?teared.M*y 23
Sehr Florence Rogers. Sh'?bpard, cleared..May 17
Sctir F Shay, Hatching, np...:.'..May 20
scar Daybreak, -, np.....May 24
Br bark Jas Holmes. Wise, cleared.May 17
Br b^rk Maria, Sheldrake, cleared.May 17
Bark Tidal Wave, crosby, cleared.May 18
Sehr E A Hooper, Hooper, cleared.May 21
Sehr Matonka. Fooks, np./May 24
sctir J H Stickney, FOOKS, cleared.May 20
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared.May 16
Sehr L T Knight, McIntyre, sailed.May 3
Br bark Jeanie Armstrong, Brown, BIM..May 18
Sehr Neille Clark. Darlmg, cleared.May 25
WASHINGTON STEAM FIRE ENGINE COMPANY,
ON THURSDAY, MAY 30, 1 873.
Members and Invited ernesta will please assem?
ble on Monnt Pleasant Ferry Boat at io o'clock
An Accommodation Boat will leave at 1
Members and invited guests can obtain Pas?
sage Tlckets'on presenting cards of Invitation at
the office ot the Ferry Company.
L. CAVANA UGH, Chairman.
T. MURRAY, 0. F. LYNCH,
JACOB KNOBELOCH, JOHN MoOAFFER.
C?atcbc?, Jemeirn, Ut. .
French and American Clocks,
IS TO BE FOUND AT
No, 307 KING. STREET)
Sima*? Cijtinualf, Ut.
C~ GUYOT'S TAR
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
Mr Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
by this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyots tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring, a teaspoonful into a
glass of water.
Any one can thus prepare bis glass of tar
water at the moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity of hand?
Guyots tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Gnyot's tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfal in a glass
of waler, or two tablespoonf uls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
COLDS * .
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST .
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyot'.s tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it lo bc the most hygienic drink in
time of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depot io Paris, L. FRERE, 19, roe Jacob. ' -
Agents In Chariesttn, DOW.E, MOISE*
L DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. J
Y^TT^ET^ O O L E it s,
CREAM FREEZERS AND
At T. CAMPBELL'S,
No. 138 Meetlog street,
may22-wf6 Opposite Pavilion Hotel.
pHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE asea the Straight Needle,
sakes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
elf-adjasting tension, and ls the onlv first class
ow price sewing M ichlne In the market adapted
or every variety of ,>ewlng from muslins to
leavlest cloths. Price $25 ana $37.
Agents wanted. Send stamp ror circular and
ample of Sewing. T. L. BISSE LL,
j anil-fin wemo Charleston, s. Q,
The Aretelas* Brinah barkALIOE 0., Cap-^
tain Ulx. wants soo balea Cotro'i to com-SZH
p?ete Cargo, and w?l sall with dispatch- ?.
Apply to II KN KV CARD, ,
may23 Accoramod itlon WnarL
R NEW Y ORK.
ON TUESDAY, JUNE .4,., AT "6
O'CLOCK P. M.
: Vi:'! .
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870,
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK. I
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steanuhlp
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander; "will
sall for New York on TUESDAY, Jnne 4th,.a:6
o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual. . .. ., .
Insnr -nee b ? Steamers of this. Une hi per cent.
Far Freight or Passage Engagement, Having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, aprily 1
to WAGNER, HUOEK A co.. NO 2? Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY.NO. l Union Waarvea..
maySO_ . ' ?.
FOE NEW TOBE. f
. ?- ? - -.:..??? .
S KW YORK AND.. CIL1RLK8TON
STK A BTSHTP: JUNK. W
ESTABLISHED 18?. "
The splendid Side wheel Steamship MANHAT?
TAN, M. S. vVoodhali, Commander, will sall from
Adger's sooth Wharf on SATUBDAY, the'1st ol
Jone. atoo'clock P.M. ? .
MW The MANHATTAN ls one of the fascist ?team*
ships ou the Atlanilo Coast, andie u?nd-etueY
fitted up for passengers.
MW Mahne Insnra nee by this Une half per cent.
MW Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverp ol, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng*,
land m ?nofacturlng towna " "' -
For Freight or Piss*ga- .Engagements, apply to
. may27 6 JAMBS ADOBE A CO., Agents..
milE PHILADELPHIA IRON
A . LINE, il
.. .' ?:.) i i.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
.GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter, J
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first. '
class sea connection between Philadelphia ant.
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Oom*
panles at both termini, afford rapid transportation !
co and from all points In the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal oitles or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen*.
tree. ' ..'
MW The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Bro wu's Wharf on FRIDAY, May 81st, at 1 o'clock .
*?r The ??LF STRE AM Will follow, i
For particulars of Freight, arrangements, apply I
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union vf uar ves.
W. P. GLYDE A GO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
may26_,_._. ; . '
OR B A L T I MOB E.'
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CIHES OP THE NORTHWEST; . ?
LIVERPOOL'AND BREMEN. "
? ? ? - M
. .. -:-r> . i
The Fine ' Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Oom* I
mander, will sail for Baltimore, on SATUBDAY, 1st ?
Jun?', at nalf-paet 2o'oiock P. M.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that,
city by railroad from Batlmore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from '?
the Railroad Depot lu Philadelphia.
For Freigut or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent, .
may29-4_so. 2 Union Wharves.
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES I '
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
- i& i
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY. .
Passengers booked to and from apy ^fjfjCfc .
Hillway station or Seaport In Ureat^aMMiS
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Heumars.,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the '
United States, . ' " '
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver- -
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wed Des nay's Steam* i
era $09. By Saturday's steamers $65 and $76.
EX JU KSIUN TICKETS. $1-0.
Intermediate, $83; steerage, $24, all payable In .
Parties sendinz for their friends in the Old .
Cou.i try can purchase tickets at lo west ratea. - '
F jr further p ari ic u i a rs apply t o the Agents,
Kal Bowling Green, N. Y.,
OrtO DOUGLAS NISBET, i
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO '
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN. '
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. '
Steamers ol the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal J__
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or tu? mm >
and 80th of every month except when these i
dates rall on Sunday, then the .-aturday preceding. ?
AU departures connect at Panama with t-team
era for south Pacific and Cen ti al American ports.
Departure of I6tb touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
sunday; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, bnt go
direct from New Yor.% to Asp in wall.
One hundred pounds baguage free to each adult?
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket? or other information a#piy .
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal atreet, North River, New vork.
July26-lyr_F. R. BABY. Agent
pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MALLS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one or their first-class, fml power
(ron screw steamships from r
' PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY, c,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $83,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS & GUION,
No. ?3 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
ly the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For partlouiars and rate of Frelzht apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
mavB Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
The splendid sieamera
Ml Y POINT..Cantaln MCMILLAN
wm leave Charleston every TUESDAY ETKNING,
it half past 8 o'clock,
IND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Return ?rig, CITY PDINT le+ves Palatka FRIDAY
?OKNTNQ and Savannah SATUBDAY MUSHING,
irrlvtng here SATUBDAY AFTERNOON. to
For Freight or Passage, having Hrst-Class Tc*
ommndatlons, apply fo , 7
RAVENEL A CO.. Agents, .
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharr and East Bay.