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BATONS AND BRICKBATS.
Some of the Pleasures of Police Duty.
About tea o'clock oa Saturday night one of
the crowd ot colored men and boys who
usually bang around the entrance to the mar?
ket en Saturday nights, became disorderly,
and the policeman, afjer remonstrat lng, seized
and arrested him. The fellow resisted, and
the crowd surrounded the couple, abusing ihe
policeman and assisting the prisoner to escape.
The latter had almost done this when a porty
of the police and two of the detectives came
up, and a sharp pushlog and struggling en?
sued. TaecrowdVe woy and the officers
came ont. having captured four of the rioters,
named i-aao Mitchell, El. J. Lord, N
Whaley and Boston Fowler. The guard
and prisoners started down Meeting street for
the Btatiouhouse, io lowed by a crowd or
negroes armed with sticks, ?fco., and cursing
and abusing the police in the moe?; outrageous
manner. As lt weet down the street the
crowd Increased in size mill nearly Ave hun?
dred-persons must hav<> been present. The
cortege of the police ao 1 prisoners proceeded
quietly down the street until they arrived at
Broad street, whoa some oue In the crowd
threw a brick at the police and the whole
followed suit, sending a shower of brickbats,
stones and other missiles in the same direction.
The prisoners were promptly hurried into the
Guardhouse, and the next moment * ''"tach
ment of the police came out and made for
the noisy crowd. The latter melted away
aa fast as their heels could carry them, but
not before four of them had been captured.
These gave their namea as follows: James
Green, Joseph Richardson, Richard Grant and
Theodore Bell. The crowd was composed en?
tirely of colored men, and the whole affair J
seems to have been gotten up lor some politi?
cal purpose. Private Rivers, colored, of the
police, was struck twice on the head with
brickbats, and Officer arayboy, colored, of the
detectives, narrowly escaped being demolished
by a bottle, which barely missed his head.
Nobody waa seriously hurt
NOTSO!-The Republican states, upon the
authority of Judge Graham, that Mr. T. H.
Cooke, of Orangeburg, bas not been appointed
solicitor lor Charleston County.
EXPORT OP NAVAL STOKES.-There was
cleared on Saturday last, for London, by
Messrs. Wagner, Huger <fc Co., the British
bark Medway, with 1500 barrels spirits tur?
pentine, 2312 barrels rosin, 150 tons phosphate
LYING IN THE CHURCHYARD.-Charles Pi net
ney, a colored youth, was discovered, about
daylight on Saturday morning, lying in the
yard of St Paul's Church. He could give no
acconot ot himself, or his business there, and
waa forthwith arrested. There have been
several rascally attempts made of late to rob
this church and the yard ol furniture, vases,
Ac,, and lt is supposed that Charles knows
something of the affair. He is held for ex?
Tas HOMESTEAD BUILDING AND LO AK ASSO?
CIATION-.-The annual meeting ol this asocia- j
lion was held at half-past eight o'clock on Sat?
urday evening at the hall of Hook and Lad?
der, No. 2, in Wentworth street The annual j
statement of the president and tho reports of |
the officers were read, Bhowlng a gratifying |
prosperity in the affairs of the association, and
a material improvement since the last annual
meeting. An election was then held for
officers, when the following gentlemen were
chosen to serve lor the ensuing yean C. P.
Almar, president Directors-A. Melchers,
W. A. Kelly, H. Klatte, J. L. Moses. The
secretary and solicitor will be elected by the j
board at their first meeting.
CLUBS.AND STABS.-John Washington, col -
? ored, arrested lor assaulting Joseph Singleton,
a rustic vendor of small fruits In Caihoun
street and stealing r..s supply ot blackberries
and plums, was delivered over to a trial jus?
tice. Singleton ls an old man from John's
Island, and Washington ls a emart youth with
an alisa and a smack ol the Penitentiary.
Benjamin Brown and Samuel Drayton,
lodged tor raising a disturbance la Church
street, near Lightwoods alley, were each
finad one dollar.
Of two inebriates found asleep on the street,
one was fined one dollar, and the other fifty
cents. Both paid up promptly,
James Armstrong, a colored boy, was ar?
rested yesterday afternoon for stealing two
dollars from a still smaller boy, the latter bav
lng been sent with the money to the shop.
James ls in the Guardhouse.
A white and colored woman met on Market
street yesterday morning and had a fight with
buckets. Clubs and Stars put in an appear?
ance andjeaptured both of the Amazons, who
were forthwith transferred to the Guard-]
THE STEAMSHIP LINES-LABOE FREIGHT
AND PASSENGER LISTS-ACTIVITY IN THE VEG?
ETABLE TRADE.-Several of our popular nod
admirably managed steamships left our port
early oh Sunday crowded with freight and
passengers; the Manhattan, Captain T. J.
Lockwood, of the Adger line, for New York,
having about 125 passengers, and among her
freight 2230 barrets and boxes of vegetables,
and 1?U9 bales upland cotton; the Falcon for
Baltimore, wi th' about 2500 packages of vegeta?
bles and a large and valuable general cargo.
Tao wharves of these steamers were crowded
with barrels and boxes containing potatoes,
squashes, tomatoes, string beans and other
products of the splendidly cultivated farms
around our city. The vegetable trade is no w
active, and besides the heavy shipments per
steamers the Northeastern Railroad ls taking
off large quantities every day. The late rains 11
have much benefited the farming interest, 11
and has relieved, to a certain extent, the injury
from the long drought. <
WOFFORD COLLEGE.-We have received the I
annual catalogue of Wofford College, Spartan- i
borg Courthouse, which closes its eighteenth ?
collegiate year on the 26th Instant. The his?
torical memoranda included In the volume I t
show that from the year 1854, when the col-1 <
lege was established under the endowment
fund bequeathed tor that purpose by the Rev.
Benjamin Wofford, lt bas steadily progressed
In size, Importance and usefulness until the
present year. It has, however, had its sea?
sons o? embarrassment; and discouragement, t
especially during the war. From 1861 to 1865 t
the number of students was largely affected*' 1
by the demands which were made by ihe civil t
war upon the young men of this State and
section; and during the same years sad in- I
roads were made in the funds of the instltu- r
tion. The college ls under the control of the a
8outh Carolina Conference of the M. E. 1
Church, South. The total number of gradu- c
ateBOfthe Institution Blnce 1855 ls one hua- a
dred and seven, and ot these eighteen have v
received the degree ot A. M. ln-. course, and C
the college has conferred the degree ot D D
on six extinguished gentlemen who are not f
graduates of the Institution. The present v
number of Btudents ls one hundred and four tl
lnoludlmr the following young gentlemen p
from Charleston: John Elana Carlisle, Hilliard v
Francis Chrielzberg and James Winiam Wol- c
ling in tbe Junior class, and Samuel Cordes d
Boar in the sophomore class. a
SAMTVEL AXD TBE TJDDEB.
An Argument I* Zol7"<* Elder j
Samuel Holmes, Tlickly-looklng colored
voinh of a romantic disposition, was observed
ou Saturday morniug loafing about the upper
Guardhouse with a woebegone expression ol
countenance, and making doleful complaints
of how "dat gal" had acted towardB him.
Upon inquiry, Samuel, timing each sentence
with a groan, told how Mrs. M- had en?
snared his youthful affections, and kept him
in a state ol feverish hope and ?>xcltement
until that morning, when she had gone off |
with another and wealthier admirer. The for?
saken swain at last went off In a state of mel?
ancholy dejection, and nothing more was
heard of him until about ll o'clock that
night, when a tremendous hub-bub was
raised In the back of a lot in King street, near
Cannon, by an old womac. who went to draw
water and found an alligator or a Ku-Klux or
some thing in the well. The alarm was given
at the Guardhouse, and a Couple of Clubs and
Stars repaired to the well with ropes and
succeeded In fishing dut the body of a drown?
ing mao. It proved to be no other than the
disconsolate Samlvel, who, lu Bheer despera?
tion, had chosen this method of shuffling off j
bis mortal coll. He had at first attempted to
commit suicide by taking alternate drinks or
mean whiskey and meaner laudanum, but
Anding that ihls waa not quick enough he had
gone In his stupefied condition and Jumped
Into the well where he was found. A physi?
cian was sent for who speedily relieved Sam?
uel, and he ls now doing well. He expresses
himself as perfectly satisfied with his experi?
ence, and as having had enough of suicides
and love for some time to come.
METEOROLOGICAL.-Signal Officer Evans re?
ports the rainfall in May, at this point, to have
been 6 30; the mean barometer lor the month
30 023. and the mean thermometer 74.9. The
prevailing direction of the wind was south?
west, and the number of miles travelled by
the wind 5.189._
DELINQUENT TAX SALES_The auction sales
of property in this county to satisfy the unpaid
taxes ot the years 1866, 186?, 1870 and 1871,
will be commenced this morning, by County
Auditor Bennett, and continued from day to
day until the formidable list of delinquents,
now being advertised in TOR NEWS, shall bo
exhausted. The law under which th?"" ?a,ps [
are to be made was passed m ene lust session
of the Lpglslarn"?, and approved March 12.
1877, aaa allows the county auditor co option
but to advertise and sell the lands In fee sim?
ple, without right of redemption, and give
warranty deeds to the purchasers.
BOBBERS SURPRISED.-On Friday night last
several suspicious looking characters were
seen hovering around the residence at the
northwest corner of Pitt and Calhoun streets,
and the detectives being notified of the fact
kept a watch upon the house. About two
o'clock that night the robbers went to work,
and tried to effect an entrance into the bouse
by sawing through the blinds of one of the
windows on the front piazza. They were
alarmed, however, before getting lo, and on
leaving met the detectives at the gate. Three
of them ran back and escaped through the
yard, and the fonrtb, mooing into one of the
officers, made a cut at him. Another of the
officers drew a pistol and fired upon the rob?
ber, the ball passing through the rim of his
felt bat The latter then took to his heels,
outstripping the officers, who followed in pur?
suit and sent another pistol bullet at the fugi?
tive. The robber, however, had been recog?
nized, and Saturday night the detectives made
a deecent upon a card party, in the fourth
story of a house In Elliott street and captured
Joseph Glover, a notorious character, and the
hero of the knife and hat He ls bald for ex-1
THE HENDRICKS KIDNAPPING CASE.-It ap- j
pears from late Atlanta exchanges that a per?
sistent effort is being made to shield Deputy
Marshal H. W. Hendricks from the conse?
quences of his alleged forgery, in altering a
bench warrant issued from the United States
District Court ol this State and arresting au
Innocent citizen of Georgia, by obtaining the
intervention of the United States District,
Court in Georgia. A writ of habeas corpus
having been granted by that court, as already
reported, the argument upon its return was
begun lp-sr Wednesday, and gave promise of J
being long and tedious. The relator, Hen?
dricks, ls represented by United States District
Attorney Farrow and General Gartrell, who
haye submitted an elaborate and extre ' y
Ingenious brief in defence of their client, in ?
which the principal points are that the United
States Court has exclusive Jurisdiction In the
case; that there Is no State law against coun
terlelting or altering a bench warrant Issued
by t.ie United States Court; that there ls no
evidence that the relator altered the process
In this case, but lt is proven that the names ot
Hancock and Spears, inserted therein, are not
in his handwriting, and that be was not pres?
ent when they were Inserted; and the evi?
dence shows conclusively that relator knew
nothing of such insertion, nor did he bave
anything to do with lt whatever. The other
side is represented by equally able counsel, in
eluding Major Spencer and Colonel Hammond,
and private letters from Atlanta say that lt Is
not probable that Hendricks will be allowed to
escape from the clutches of the law by means
of a mere technicality.
A TENEMENT HOUSE BURNED.-About a quar
ter to three o'clock last Saturday afternoon, a
Ure broke out at No. 36 Mary street, at the
aorthwest corner of the South Carolina Ball
road track, which destroyed that house and
ibout two thirds of the adjoining building, No.
W. Mr. H. W. Tienoken, who lives at No. U.
iiscovered the fire on the roof of No. 36, which
?vas a two-story wooden tenement, occupied
)y tour colored families. He gave the alarm,
md endeavored by ascending to the roof to
?xtlngulsh the flames, but without success.
The wind was blowing fresh from the east, and
he flames speedily enveloped the roof and
?ommunlcated to that of the house No. 34,
3oth of which were made of dry shingles
oeated by the sun. By the Urne that the
?nglnesj arrived the. first bouse was
too far gone to be saved, and the streams
were directed upon the adjoining hous'e
,0 prevent the spread of the flames. This ?t
?rapt was successful, and the Are in both
muses was speedily put out. Both houses I
?longed to Mr. W. Van Wyck, of New York,
ind were worth about fifteen hundred dollars,
io. 36 was completely destroyed, and the
oorand second story of No. SA^were burnt
iway. The ground floor, occupied by Mr.
Mencken as a saloon, was saved, but the stock
onsiderably damaged by water. Mr. Tlencken
.Iso lost the whole of bis household furniture,
fhich was but partially insured In the South
karolina Mutual Insurance Company. The
re ls supposed to have originated from
parks blown from a fire by which a colored
roman was engaged la Ironing clothes at the
Ime. The engines found some difficulty in
laying upon the fir owing to the scarcity of
'ater. The loss upon the buildings is fully
overea by Insurance ia the Liverpool, Gon?
ion and Globe Company. C. T, Lowndes ls
A WHOLESALE RAID ON THE RANKS.
The additional details furnished by later
Georgia exchanges ol the wholesale swindles
upon the banks of Savannah, Macon and
Augusta, reported lu THE NEWS ol last Satur?
day, prove them to have been conducted with
remarkable adroitness and skill. The ope?
rations appear to have been simultaneous,
and of course concerted, and three members
ot the gang bave been arrested, but whether
the money that they obtained from the banks
will be recovered ls not yet known. In Au?
gusta the victimized Institution was the
Georgia Railroad and Banking Company.
Last Monday morning a stranger, of respecta?
ble appearance and business-like demeanor,
giving bis name as George Holmes, called at
the bank and presented to the president a
skilfully forged letter of Introduction from the
president ot the National Bank of the Repub?
lic of New York, and an equally well executed
certificate of deposit in the same bank of
$9100. Both documents were subjected
to the usual careful scrutiny, and appearing
to be all right, the certificate was promptly
cashed, and the swindler went on Ms way re?
joicing. The certificate was sent, In the ordi?
nary course of business, to the New York
bank, and on Friday a dispatch was received
from there saying that it was forged, and the
Augusta banklug company opened their eyeB
to the uocomtortable lactthat they had been
quietly swindled out ol'over $9000. The de
ecripiion of the swindler was immediately
telegraphed to various parts of the country,
and be wa9 arrested in Montgomery, Ala?
ine Georgia Central Bank, ot Macon, was also
swindled on the same day, and In precisely
the same manner, out of $t>500, by one Ben?
nett, who, with a supposed accomplice giving
his name as George Morris, has since been ar?
rested and held lor trial in Macon. Tbe third
victim ot this remarkable series of iorgerles
was the Merchant*' National Bank, of
Savannah. There the swindler gave his
name as Thomas C. Holmes, and presented a
certificate of deposit lrom the Bank ot
the Republic, New York, which he de?
sired to be cashed; and, when Informed that
be would have to be identified, he pleasantly
remarked that he had provided for that con?
tingency, and produced a letter from the
cashier of the bank mentioned, certifying to
bis signature, and Introducing him to the
banks in this section as a prominent merchant
and man of mean*, A comparison of signa?
tura? apparently proved that "everything was
right, and the check, which was for the nice
little sum ol nine thousand dollars, was
cashed with pleasure. Tne swindler then left
on the Atlantic and Gulf Railroad, but is be?
lieved to be the same man who has turned up
and been arrested at Macon under the name
of George Morris. Since the arrest ol' Ben?
nett and Morris, (or Holmes,) a dispatch has
been received from Chief McConougb, ot the
St. Louis police, saying that they hive been
committing iorgerles on the banks of that
city, and requesting that they be held until an
officer could be sent from there. This Indi?
cates that the operations ol this gang of forg?
ers have extended over a large portion of the
country, and entitle them to the unenviable
distinction of the champion swindlers of the
day. ' _
ANOTHER ZOUAVE CLUE.
In addition to the Zouave Rifle Club, the
preliminary organization of which was men?
tioned a few days ago, another company of
the some kind is now being actively recruited
and expects, In a very few weeks, to make Its
first public appearance in the handsomest uni?
form and with the finest weapons that have
been seen in Charleston since the war. The
preliminary meetings have been held at
Pythian Hall, on Society street, near KL g, and
the enterprise has been kept comparatively
secret because Its projectors have been more
anxious*!? secure the right kind ot material
for the new club than to get In a large num?
ber of men without regard to their physical
or moral fitness lor members of a first
class and effective organization. It has .been
decided to admit none but veteran soldiers
who can stand a rigorous physical ex?
amination, and whose moral character and
social standing Is unexceptionable. The uni?
form decided upon is somewhat similar to
that ot Duryea's Zouaves, the Filth New York
Volunteers of the Federal anny, who were
stationed hereJUBt after the war, but richer in
material and more stylish cut. The coat will be?
the short cut-away Zouave Jacket of dark blue,
with bell buttons and gold braid. The com?
missioned officers will wear shoulder knots
and gold braid on the lower portion of the
sleeve, one strand for second lieutenant, two
for first lieutenant and three for captain. The
non-commissioned officers will wear chevrons
of gold braid in the usual laiantry pattern. In
stead ?f a blue flannel shirt, the new company
will wear white embroidered shirts without
collar, and the jacket sleeve will be slashed
from the elbow down to reveal the embroid?
ered shirt sleeve. On the head will be worn a
red cloth fez, with large blue 'assel.
lhetrowsers will be of red eli i (.not
flannel,) ot the baggy or petticoat pattern,
and with gold stripes at the side. These will
be gathered in at the ankle, with white leg?
gings, and the shoes will be of stout leather
and laced in front. The arms are to be the
Ballard rifle, which ls a breech-loading, re?
pealing weapon, very light but very servicea?
ble, and sword bayonets. The drill will be
the full Zouave drill, copied from the French
army, with the dashing bayonet exercise, pic?
turesque groupings, Ac, and an exhibition
drill ls expected to be given at the Citadel
Square as soon as the club is organized and
uniformed. Arrangements have been made
for getting one hundred uniforms and rifles,
on exceedingly liberal and easy terms, and
they will be ready by about the middle ol
July! The club already numbers over thirty
active members, and will be organized by the
election or officers, ?c., as soon SB there are
sixty men on the rolf.
THE JUNE TERM of the Court of General
Sessions will commence this morning, and the
court will be opened at ten o'clock, by Judge
INCENDIARY FIRE.-Last Tuesday night, a
small building on the plantation known as
Cattell's Retreat, in St. Andrew's Parish,
owned by Mr. N. M. Porter, was fired by a col?
ored incendiary, and burned to the ground,
causing a loss of three or four hundred dol?
lars. Au attempt was made the same night to
burn the venerable brick mansion on the
place, but the scoundrels were frightened
away by th? barking of a watch-dog. It ls
said that the incendiaries are known, and will
soon be brought to Justice.
ROBBERT BROOQHT HOME.-Peter Edmon?
son, a colored youth, has been arrested by
the detectives, and soon alter his incarcera?
tion confessed to have been the person who
robbed the store of Mr. Henry Wulbern, at
the northwest corner of Church street and St.
Michael's alley. He said he broke Into the
door with an axe, and also carried the officers
lo the place where he had sold the stolen
property, In Church street, near Tradd. Peter
was taken bel ore a trial Justice, and after an
examination, commuted for trial before the
present Court of General Sessions, on the
Charge of burglary and larceny.
CiTT TAXES_Attention ls Invited to the
important tax notice ol City Treasurer Coogan,
printed elsewhere in to-day's NEWS.
THE IRON LINE.-The steamship Georgia, of
this line, arrived in New York on Saturday
morning. The South Carolina ls appointed to
sall from Union wharves, to-morrow after,
noon, at six o'clock, and no freight will be re?
ceived after 5.45 P. M.
PERSONAL.-The Rev. Mr. Muller, the faith?
ful and beloved pastor or the German luther?
an Church, was taken suddenly 111 yesterday
morning, at about the time of beginning the
morning service, and the congregation con?
sequently disbanded. The many friends ot
the reverend gentleman will be happy to
learn, however, that bis indisposition, al?
though severe at first, was soon relieved.
THE NEW YORK FRUIT MARKET.-The Dally
Bulletin of Friday, May 31, says:
There ?B very little doing to-day, and prices
without material change. We quote as follows:
Strawberries 5al5c per quart. Apple?-Ru*
seit's Roibuty $5a5 50; Russett's golden |4a4 50.
Cherries 15a20c per pound for red.
meetings This Day.
Delta Lodge ot Pertection, nt 8 P. M.
Mechanics' Union, No. 1, at 8 P. M.
Washington Light Inlantry Rifle Club, at 8
Carolina Independent Boat Club, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Regatta Club, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
German Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
St. Joseph's Latin Society, at half-past 7 P.
Charleston Riflemen Club, at half-past 8
Auction Sales This Day.
Sheriff Mackey will sell at ll o'clock In front
of the Courthouse, real estate.
William McKay will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, Bhoes, hats, &c.
County Auditor Bennett will sell at ll o'clock,
at the Fire Proof Building, real estate.
A. R. STILLMAN, No. 281 KINO STREET,
Tabllog Damasks, In Bleached, Brown and
Loom, all widths and prices; Damask Doylies
75 cents per dozen; Damask Napkins $1 per
dozen, at the Dry Goods House No. 281 King
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT SC Co., No. 244 King
etreet, oner: 10-4 Allendale Quilts, SI 37*;
11-4 Allendale Quilts, $1 50; 12-4 Allendale
Quilts, $1, CO; Boneycomb Quilts, $1 40. 50
rolla White Matting, 27Jc; 50 rolls Check Mat?
ting, 30c. Lace Bhawls reduced 25 per cent.
WHITE MARSEILLES AND PIQUES, every style;
Colored Piques In Stripes and Figured; Black
Striped Piques; Buff Piques, ail cheap^and
pretty, at A. B. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT k Co., No. 244 King
street, offer, previous to taking a yearly In?
ventory of stock, great bargains in all their
A FRESH LOT of Linen Cambric Handker?
chiefs at 75 cents per dozen; Ready-Hemmed
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs for ladles and
gents; Hemmed Stitched and Mourning
Bordered, in great variety, at every price;
Misses' and Boy's Handkerchiefs, In Colton
and Linen, White and Colored Bordered, at
A. R. Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
PANAMA HATS and Gents' Coats, Panis, <fec.,
nicely cleaned and renewed at Otto Sonntag's,
Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near Artesian
LADIES, why will you do your sewing by
band when you can buy a sewing machine on
such easy terms? The Singer Sewing Ma?
chine Company are selling their celebrated
machines on the Instalment plan, and their
terms are BO very liberal that anybody can
buy one. They Invite the ladies to their par?
lor, No. 18G King street, where lt will afford
the agent a great deal of pleasure to show the
different styles of machines; also, samples
(new) of work done on them, whether you
wish to purchase or not. may30-thm2
COTTONADEB, for boy's wear; Striped, Plaid?
ed and Plain Linen Drills and Ducks; Striped
Satteens, Yellow Nankeen, Heavy Domestic
Checks, Ac, at A. R Stillman's Dry Goods
House, No. 281 King street.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION 1-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS ?-Louis Coben
St, 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 COHEN SC,
CO., No. 248 King street may 16
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?fcc., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at bis warerooms,
No. 20 Hay ne street and No. 33 Pl nek n ey street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
american Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c.
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m .
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 26c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
LONDON-Per British bark Medway-iwo bbls
spirits turpentine, 2312 bbls rosin, and itu tons of
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-loos
baled or upland cotton, 184 bales domestics and
goods, -0 tierces rice, 60 casks clay, 93 empty bbls.
2?3l bois and crates vegetables, and 209 packages
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-52 tierces
rice, 62 hales cotton, 100 tacks rice polish, 63,000
feet of lumber, I8? t>bia roslo, 94 CAOKB clay, 20uo
crates vegetaole, 347 bbls potatoes, 6 bales woui, 6
bales vanilla, l horse, aud 28 pkgs tunurics..
Per senr John Shay-430 tons phosphate rock....
Per sehr sui. v Squall-107,500 feet lumber.
Columbus Cotton Market.
COLUMBUS, May 31.
To-day our market ls quiet at the following
figures, sales l bale: ordinary 2la2ix; good
ordinary 22a22>?; low middlings 23?a23>?; rnld
iilings 23Xa233?c. sales of the ween 806 b?)es.
W.ek's receipts ?5 bales, against 80 the previous
one and 288 the corresponding week last aeafion.
Stock on hand August 31,1871. i S60
Received past week. 85
Received previously.39,092- S9.177
Shipped past week. 987
Shipped previously.37,947- 38,934
Stock May 31, 1872.1,708 i
Un the week the stock has decreased 902.
I Tlie Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
orno? CHARLESTON NRWA. I
SATURDAY EVENING. June 1. 1872. }
COTTOK.-There was some little inquiry, but the
arm views of sellers checked business and there
were no transactions, the stock being light and
held with strength. Quotations are omitted.
KICK.-There was a limited business at Aimer
rates, tho article being somewhat higher. Ssles
30 tierces or clean Carolina, say 3 tierces at 8 vc,
7 at 8 7-16, 20 at 8??C ft lb. We quote common to
fair at 7V@8Vc, gool 8V@8Vc.
NAVAL STORES.-hecelptB 337 bhls spirits tur?
pentine and 1006 bbls rosin. In spirits turpentine
there were some few transactions early In the
day in ex TA packages at sic ft gallon, bat later
In the day, telegrams proving less favorable, the
market was easter. Fine rosins were doll, while
common kinds were held at steady rates. Toe
following are approximate quotations, say win
dow glass $0 76 fl bbl, extra pale $6, pale $6 2$,
low pale $5, extra No 1 $4 20, No l $3 75@4, extra
No 2 $3, No 2 $2 00, low No 2 $2 80, Strained $2 75.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $3 76 for vir
gin, (2 90 for ye low dip, and $190 for hard.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal ou uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, &d on uplands, \'d on sea Islands; by sall,
Vd on uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Havro - on uplands. Coast wise-to New York by
?team $2 on upland? and - on sea Islands; $160
9 tierce jn rice; by Ball vc flus on cotton; - fi
tierce on rice; 60o ft barrel ou rosin; $8 ft U on
lom Der; $10 fl If oa timber. To Boston, by sall?
ee * lb on upland cotton; roein 65c;. resewed
storr $10310 60; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provl
lenee, by sall $10 ft M on boards, vc v ns on
cotton; by steam $ 1 ft balo on New York rates,
rd Philadelphia, by stearn $2 ft on cotton;
oy sall, $81 ll on boards; $9 50.310 on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $3a$8 ?0 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team vc ft lb by Bail, $6 60@7 ft
H on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; S3 26 ft
con on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de?
mand by oar merchants to take lumber freights
rom Georgetown, S. C., Derlen end Satilla River,
Ja., and JackaonviUe, Fla, to Northern ports,
ind $10@12 fi K are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-sterling 60day billa 24.
Do MB ST ic ESCH ANGE.- The banka pnrhtse
sight checks on New York at par to v premium.
Outside they purchase at 1-16@ v V cent, pre?
mium, and sen at a-ie?v premium.
Marketa by Telegraph,
LONDON, Jane 1.
Noon -Consols 93V. Bonds 90V.
NEW YORK. June a.
Noon-Stccks ver? strong. Oom arm at 14.
Money easy at 4 per cent. Exchange, long fl V,
Short 10V. Govern menta quiet and steady. State
hoads steady and dall.
i vent ig.-Fi elgin s a sh de firmer. Monereasy
at 4a6 per cent, sterling un hanged. Gold UV
Governments generally advanced V- Tennessees
tnavy. North Carolinas quiet. New South Caro
Unas very strong at 34va84V- Market closed
dull. Bank statement : .specie shipments two
and three-quarter millions; loans Increase one
mdlloo; ap?ele increase one and one-half millions;
legal tenders increase two and one elghtn mil?
lions; deposits increase three and one-half mil?
NBW ORLEANS, Jane 1.
Sterling 20. New York slgnt V premium.
Li VB SPOOL, June 1.
Noou.-Cotton opened steady; nplanda liva
ll Vd, Orleans ll Vd.
L-iier.-Cotton closed steady; sales 12,000 bales;
[ sp?culation and export 3000.
Nsw YORK, June 1.
Noon.-Cotton Arm at 26V; sales 214 oales.
Evening.-Cotton Arm; middling 26V- Sales of
cotton futures to day 1430, bales, aa foLows: Jane
24 1116.25 15-10; Jaly 26 15 16, 26V: August 20
9-16, 2>v; September 2:1 v. 23V; October 20 16-16,
21; November20; December 19 MO. 19V.
BOSTON, Jane 1.
Cotton steady; middlings 26vc; gross receipts
387 bales; exports to Great Britain 40; eales 400;
PHILADELPHIA, Jnne 1.
Cotton Arm; middling 26Vc.
BALTIMORE, June 1.
Cotton quiet and Arm; mldddug 20c; groaa re?
ceipts 27 bale?; expor s coastwise43;sales 140;
last evening 40; atooa 3421.
NORFOLK, June 1.
Cotton quiet; low middling 23Xc: net receipts
60 bales; exports coasLwlae 162; sales 60; stock
WILMINGTON, June 1.
Cot ron Arm; middling 24c; net receipts. 2 bales;
exports, coastwise 367; Stock 1786.
SAVANNAH, Juno 1.
Cotton Arm but no demand; middling 24s2tvc;
net receipts sos bales; exports coastwise 7o7;
sales 6; stock 6688.
Auu CST A, Jone 1.
Cotton quiet at 24c middlings; sales 149 bales;
MEMPHIS, June 1.
Cotton Arm; middlings 24Va2<Vc; receipts 367
MOBILE, June 1.
Cotton quiet; middlings 24c; net receipts 126
bales; sales loo; stock 7837.
Nsw ORLEANS, Jnne 1.
Cotton strang; middlings 24c; net receipts 68
bales; gross 748; exports to Bremen 1400; sales
700; stock 51,381.
GALVESTON. Jnne l
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 20vc; net re?
ceipts 15 bales; exports coastwise 26; eales 13G;
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LUNDON, June 1.
Noon.-Tallow, Rns?lan S2s.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 1.
Noon-Breadstuffs quiet and unciiangeu. Corn
28s to sos.
NEW YORK, June L
Noon.-Flour dull and drooping. Wheat quiet
and nominally unchanged, corn dull ana on
changed. Pork dull at $1316. Lard quiet; steam
9-iO.vc. Turpentine dull at coaoic. hoam steady
at $i 65%3 70 for strained.
Evening.-Flour dull and I0a20c lower; com
mon 10 fair extra $8 60alu30; good to choice
T>i0 36ai? Wheat unchanged. Corn dull and lc
lower. Pork steady. Lard, navals and groceries
NEW ORLEANS, Juno 1.
Corn easier; mixed 72a73; white i3s74. Oats
eaaler ac 62a54. Pork lower; mess $13. all others
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORANOBBORO, Juno 1.
Sales for the week ending May 28 ar.out 28
bales; ordinary 19c; low middling 3*Xi midd.lng
ANDERSON, May 29.
Sales or cotton for the week endiug to-day 33
bales; prices thia afternoon range lrom 21 v 10
LAURENS, May 3).
It will be observed that there naa been a marked
rise in all the markets during the past week; we
quote 21 vc.
UNION, May 30.
13 bales sold daring the week; market opened
on Monday at -; closed to-day at 22c
MONTGOMERY, May 31.
Cotton market Arm with good demand ; good
ord'nary 21 Vc, strict go d otdinary 22Vc, low
middlings -?SJ, middling? 23vc.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NBW YORK May 3!.
The Dally Bulletin Fays: The BIOCK of spirlis ls
reduced to small pat eels held in store, and the
fortunate holders have been enabled to obtain
their own prices, bales have-been nit de as big 1
as 69c lor to day's delivery, but this extreme
price can only oe obtained for snch iota as are
actually required to-day,"as the Bteamer due to?
morrow morning hus a large snpply, whicu will
relieve the market. For delivery next Monday
stock has been offered at Ole. Ihe sales are small
' and ou y foot up 60 or to bbis at 67S69J. Kosin
has ruled qal t to day, but pnces Arm, with $3 60
bid lor good strained, sales 40u bois good s<rain?
ed at $3 70; loo bbls at $3 r6; 36 bois st $3 60; 60
bbls black at $3, and 1U7 bb.s No 2 at $4. tar and
pitch quiet and unchanged.
Augusta Market-Weekly Review.
AUGUSTA, May 31.
Du'lng the past week hoi era have been re?
warded by a considerable advance in the quota
tiona of coiton over tue figures of the pievious
week-a d,florence of abont lc above theoptnlog
quotations on t?atnmay, the 25 h, viz: 24cfur
s'Nct middling prevailing at the cl -se of the week
on Fil iav. A good demand has ruled during the
week, withmoderateofferings. The trantacilons
have fallt n below tnose of last week, owing to
the scarcity of desirable grades, and holders have
continue ! Arm in demand ef the very outside lig?
ures for all choice off. rings.
Friday 31.-With light offerings the market
was quiet at Thursday's quotations, some asking
24c for full grades middling; receipts el bales;
TOTAL SALES AND RECEIPTS OF THE WEEK.
Stock on hand september l, 1871. 2,548
Hecelpts since to date. 141,634
Exports and home consomption. 138,449
Stock on bani this day (May 31,1872)... 5,633
Receipts last season to tl ay 31, 1871.183,838
Receipts present season to date, May
Difference In favor nr last year. 42,304
NOTE -Tue stock as ?iven above is the total
amount of cotton In trie city. The stock as
counted on the 29th was 4648 balea, unsold.
New York Rice Market.
_ NEW TOBE. May Si.
Tlie Dally Bulletin Eave: The buyers in attend?
ance are not very plenty, and In the main are
representative or our regular local irade looking
jor small pircelB to Batiaiv Immediate wants.
Holders of the stock meet the outlet fairly lu the
way of supply and assortment, but Insist upon
about former prices. >ales of 150 bags Rangoon
at 6Jia7c, and loo bags Patna at 7)?a7*?c.
Receipts by Railroad. June 1.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
297 balrs cotton. 161 bai> B gooda, 2lo bola naval
stores, 1 car ttoeJC To Railroad Agent. Chapeau
ft co, Pelzer, Rodgers ft co, Geo H Walter ft co,
A S Smith, A B Mullican, Wlindon ft Jonts. Chas
Lei ben rood, W W Smith, W B Smith ft co, H Bul
winkle ft co, Johnston. Crews ft co, W c DukPB ft
co, Kinsman ft Howell, w B williams ft Son. D H
Sllcox. H cobla 4 co, D F Fleming ft co, L Deltz,
and M Trlest.
497 bbls naval stores, cars lumber, mdse, ftc.
To Barden ft Parker, wm iden ft Jones, RT Walk?
er, Kinsman ft Howell 0 Leibernood, Chapean ft
co, W c Courtney ft co, T P smith, M Gol smith
ft Son, J ? Bush, Railroad Agent, and others.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York
Robt Itner, John Roes lt-r, H Jones, J H Larkin, J
Fianer, ii D uruna, W Blecke, M Dargan, Miss G
Fuller. G Nicholls. K Nicholls. J M O 'ell, wife arid
chi d. Mrs E M Hutchinson, Mi's E B Taylor, W B.
Taylor. R Reegau, M Aiken, A J Coe. Miss A Carr,
A C Whitney, Mn A Gardner. Mrs Domingo ?nd
child, C T Dunham and wife, Miss M E Dunham.
Miss M P Dunham. MHB K A Dunham, O Gray, C
Spelr. MIBB ? T Dunham, Mrs Wei ster. A Wrlgor,
M a F Loree aud child, Mis? C G rabie, Mrs ken
nety, Miss S B Holmes, Miss M A Holmes, Mis-. M
Holmes, W Reddell. W R Jones, W N Taft, Kev C
E Chiches; er, J Colton aud wife. O Ellas, J Russell.
Miss E >aumet. Mrs Way, J A H werner, Miss N T
crowley, ll Spaanler, J Maloney, TTnake, J Pal-,
mer, c Coutrler, J McEl oy, W T Burge, Mrs J C
Wade, Mrs w imams. Miss F K Wade, Mrs Frost, J
C Carp nier, M C Depas?, P McQut e J, E E Bed
for", ts P CliatfJeld. wife an d two uiuMren, W H
Jones. Mrs J ihuson, chil l aod nurse 0 R Levy, E
S Jamison. M Gleason, c Vetrop. C Jo nson, Mrs
A Oh ooester, J U Perrine, Miss M Gibson. Misa A
Smith, Mrs H nsou. J B King. Miss A matcher, W
A Rankin, Miss Camon, T 0 Morgan, wile and
two children, Mrs Rankin. UIBS EA Taber, JRP
Ka vent I. Mr< J Lt?, W Johns G h oas. i> Porter, S
Badger, Mia Poi e, J S Burges, W schied, H Law?
rence, and .H deok.
Per stearashlD South carolina, from New York
Wm McMurtly. S R Ula chley and wife, H Davis,
Miss E Stafford, Miss A Stafford, B F Brady, C c
Philips, C Lorenaon, He en Sonnecksen, T Goyle,
M Kennedy. S Dutcher, T L James and wife, Mrs
Newberry, Mr Russell and wife, and 6 steerage.
Per t teamer City Point, from Kalarka via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah-Hon D
L Yui-e, W Pratt. Mr Voso and wife, Dr Kier, Mrs
Bm Bey and daughter, Misa Peace. Miss Jones,
Miss Kidney, Ml-a H U Fay and 8 deck.
Per steamer Water Lily, irom Edlstn, Enter-'
prise, Rockville, and Way Lan di nea-J W L
Clements, H A Towles, T B Flood, H S Hlrden, J H
CHARLESTON, H. C.JUNE 3, 1872.
'.at 82deg40min83sec. j Lon70deg67 ruin27sec.
Steamship south carolina, Beckett. New York
-lett 291 h lust. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger ft co,
W A Courtenay, J Archer, J E Adger ft 00, A M
Adger, Railroad Agents, southern Express co, G
W Almar, J D Aikeu, O D Andrews, D A Amme, Dr
H Baer, B Boyd, T M bristoil ft co, H unsch?n" ft
co, E Bates ft co. C Bart ft co, W u Bee ft co, T A
beamish, c ?erbuaae, A Bernard, T L Bissel], W u
cn alee ft co, Byrne ft Fogarty, Cameron. Barkley
ft co, J C H ulaussen, H uobla ft co, ? Daly, t: K
Cowperthwalt, Howie, Moise ft Davis. J Dawson,
J M hason Ac Bro, Ed get ton ft Richards, S Fa s,
Furcbgott, Benedict * co. Forsyth, Mccomb ft co,
1L Falk ft co, D F Fleming ft co. B Feidmann
ft co, s ft B M Fogartie, a Gerdts ft co, j H era
ver ft co, M Goldsmith ft son, D Goldstein, u A
Glover, Gourdm, Matthleasen ft co, E M Grlmke,
Hart ft co, J Heese mau ft co. F S Holmes, Geo s
HacKer, Holmes ft Calder, johnston, Crews ft co
A Hiing, C U Johnson, Kinsman Bros, ? Kerrison,
H W Kriete, Knock, Wlckenberg ft ci. H Klatte
ft co, J H Lawton ft cu, A Langer, P B Lalane ft
co, K H Lowndes, W Lebby, J W L.n.ey, G J Lunn,
C Lltschgl, E W Marshall ft co, ? R Marahail ft
co, Wm Matthlesseu, Mc Loy ft Rice, J u Ml nor
ft co, Man iou . ft co, Man tout* ft 00. W A Mehrten s,
P F Murray, Lud J, Mar-.lu ft Mood, B F Neufvuie,
Nachmau ft co, J F O'Neill. D O'Neill, L Neumey
er. N M Porter, 0 P Poppenbelm, Paul, Welcu ft
Brandes, Phoenix Iron Work*. J R Pringle ft son.
Havei.cl ft co. Roach ft Modelt, J H Mead, Mrs 0
ataokk-y, Meneos, Wt raer ft Ducker, U Slender,
t? B Stoddard ft co, Moil, Webb ft co, D H ail ox,
AO Stone, W B smith ft co, M Trlest. M A Tren
noun, Tlcdeman, calder ft co, S Thompson, Wm
Oiler ri ard r, R Thom u nson ft co, J F Taylor ft co,
J H V?llers. O F Wieters, P Wmeman ft co, Robt
Wing, Walker, Evans ft Cogswell, S H Wilson ft
Bro, J H Wuhrmann, W J Yates, u O Witte, end
ot ne rs.
ochr Ann S Deas. Garbattl, West Point Mill. 40
tierces rice. To W O Bee ft co.
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlato, Enterprise
and Way Landings. 131 pugs mdse and sun?
dries. To D Nisbett, Fraser ft Lill. H O Robinson,
; C ClacluH, M MCOorty, Cameron, Barkley ft co, W
C Bee ft co, J Mi: chen, F Richards, C Mathews, 1)
A Amme, and others.
British bark Tidal Wave, Crosby, Philadelphia
14 days. Coal. To the Uas co. Vessel to the
commercial Line brig Caroline Gray, Snow, New
York-7 days Mdse. To UBaker ft co, (J Bare
ft co, Railroad Ag- nt, H Bischoff ft co, W M Bird
ft co, H Bulwtnkle, Bnlcken ft Wohlintann. W H
chufee ft co, A F Chevreux, Cameron, Barkley ft
co, E lt Cowpertbwal, Dowie, Moise ft Davis, c D
Fianke, B Foley, D Goldstein ft bon, H Geid a ft
co, E H Gardner, G S Hacker, Hart ft co, Kilnck,
Wickenbr-rg ft co, H Klar e ft co, PB Lalane ft co,
G W King. J ?V Lindley, AMcCobb, Jr. Order, C F
Pankntu, Quaokmoush, Eatlll fteo, w B smith ft
co, bteireutt, Werner ? Ducker, S H Wilson ft Bro.
Thomas ft Lanneau, O F Wleters, P P Toale. and
- Merchants' Line sehr Florence Rodgers. Shep?
pard, New York-7 days. Mdse, ftc. To Roach ft
M. tret-, J E Adger ft co, G W Almar. II Bischoff ft
co, Bultmann Bros, Bulcken ft Wohltmauu, Ed s
Burnham. Cameron, Barckiey ft co, C Claoius, W
H ch a ree ft co. E K Cowperthwalt F E Dur bec ft
co, Lowie, Moise ft Davis, Ell ia Bros, C D M nuke,
B r oley. H Gerdts ft co. Graman ft Schwacke, M
Goldsmith ft Son, J Gornam, J nnrkamp ft co. I U
Hall ft co, Hart ft co. J W Harrison, Jeffords ft co.
H Klatte ft co, Kilnck, Wickenberg ft co, Geo W
King, Knobeloch ft Small, Kinsman Bros, Laurey,
Aiexan ?er A co, G J Lulu, u Lilleutbal, C Lelbeu
rood, P B LU laue ? co, s R Marshall ft co, J N R,
W A Mehrteus, A McLelsh, W J Mcmahan ft co, D
O'Neill, J H Benedict ft co, W H H, G U R. J A R,
U Prince, S C Railroad co, Ravenel, Holmes ft co,
W Snepherd ft co, Medena, Wt mer ft Ducker, w
B -mitti ft co. Capt Sheppard. T P Smith, Walser,
Evans ft Cou? well, Wagener ft Monsees, A Tobi a
Sons, O F Wieters, W L Webb. D A Waiker. G W
Williams ft co, E M Gi Imke, O A Goodyear, W Cop?
pio and Order.
steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 1 bale of
cotton, 26 pigs mdse. To Ravenel ft co, j L A
co, WC Bee ft cn. w H Ohafee ft co, G Foll?n and
steamer Water Lily.
Spanish brig Monarca, Pages, Port Spain, Trini?
dad- 16 days. Ballast. To W P Hall.
sehr Etiwan, Prince. Baltimore-6 days. 6470
bushels corn. To D McPherson.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger ft co.
steamship Falcon, Haynle, Baltimore-P
British bark Medway, Evans, London-Wagner,
Hogey ft co.
Sehr John Shay. Fisher, Ballimore-H F Baker
Scar Snow Squall, Norton, Baltimore-H F Ba?
ker ft co.
. SAILED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Manhattan, WoodhuU, New York.
Steamship Falcon. Haynle, Baltimore.
Sehr snow Squall, Norton, Balintore.
Sehr John shay. Fisher, Baltimore.
Sehr Frank Walter, Brewster, New Haven.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowcll, at New York, 1st
Ship Eddystone, Parks, at Liverpool, May 28.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORE, June 1.
Arrived, steamships Ariadne, Hermann, city of
Baltimore, Columbia, Georgia and Sourer.
The brig Mary E Dana. O'Neill, from George?
town, S c, arrived at New York May 31.
The sehr Ridgewood, Derrlcssen, Trora George-1
town, S U, arrived at New York May 30. ?
The sehr Sophie, Robinson, for Bull Creek. S 0,
cleated at Portland, Me, May 29.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Sehr Carrie S Webo, Homer, from New York,
Sehr Susan Wright, Mount, from New York, 521
Brlsr M E Dana, O'Neill, for Fair Haven, Ct, with
lumber, May 24.
Brig D B 1 JU a ne, Vlezel, for Boston, with lum?
ber, Mav 28.
sehr Rtdgwood, Derricksen, for New York, with
naval atures, May 24.
.?ehr Hariet Gardner, Mitchell, for New York,
with naval stores, May 28.
WRAPPING PAPER. FOR SALE.-OLD
NEWSPAPERS m large or small quantities.
Price 60 CENTS PER HUNDRED. Apply at the
Office Of THE NEWS. maj 15
The first-class British bark ALICE C., Cap
t-ala Dix, wants soo bales Cotton to com
p?ete Cargo, and will aall with dispatch.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
rn*y23_Accommod ttlon Wharf.
jp OR NEW YORK. ~ \
NEW YORK AND CHARLES TOI?
The splendid SI Je wheel Steamship CHAM?
PION, H. ?V. Lockwood. Commander, will sall
from Adser's Sooth wu arr for the above Port on
SATURDAY, the 8ih Instant, at 6 o'clock P. M. *
MW 1 he CHAMPION is handsomely and com
foriaolv fitted up for passengers, and offers supe?
rior inducements to traveller) going forth.
ta- Marine Insurance bj this l ne half per cent.
MW Through Bills or Lading given on t;ottoato
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towna '?'
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to '
Jun3-8_JAMES A DOER A CO., Agenta. ?
1HE PHII .ADE LPH3 A IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GOLF STREAM, Captain Hunter,'
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford ra Did 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 Mannractnrlng Cen?
tres. . . . . . . .. i
MW The GULF STREAM. IB appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharr on FRIDAY, June 7th at 4
o'ciock P. M. .
MW The VIROIVIA will follow.
For particulars or Freurm arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wh?rves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
south Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
Joni_? ? . ? ? .
NEW TO BK.
ON TUESDAY, JUNE* 4, AT 6
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewhe tv Steanshlp
SOUTH CAROLIN A, Beckett, com cinder, will
sall for New York on TOES DAT. Jone 4th. at 6
o'clock P. M.. from Pier. Na- 2, Union Wharves.-!
Th roo ?h Billa or Lading to Liverpool and; the
New England Cities as uanal.
Insurance br steamers or this Line J6 percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very fine Deck Stateroom acer amodatlons, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A COURTENAY,No. 1 Union Wharves.
JJ EDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY^WEDNESDAY AND SATO ?LAT.
Passengers booked to and from any Jsfftj?jk,
Hillway srmton or Seaport in Great^sTllisafci
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, usuiuara,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wed nes a ay's Steam?
ers $60. By Saturday's ?earners $65 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $83; Steerage, $29, aU payable In
Partlea sending for their friends In the Old
Country can parchase tickets at lowest rates.
Fjr farther particulars apply to the Agents, *
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.,
Cr to DOUGLAS NISBET,
Southern Wharf. .
aprll-3moBDAw_ charleston, 8.0.
J3AOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pier ^gfiflKr
No. 42. North River, foot of Canal *^Sasf2
street, New York, at 12 o'clock! noon, or the loin
and 30th of every month except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the aatnrday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for soutn Pacific and Central American porto.
Departure or 16th touches at Elngstoa, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falla OB
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplu wau. .
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket? or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York.
jnlv26-lyr_F. R. BABY. Agent
JjlOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MALLS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GBEAT WESTERN
Win dispatch one of their flrst-clasa, full power
(ron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (omce No. 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to ;
WILLIAMS A GUION, .
No. 68 WaU street, N. Y.
N. E.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, whloh
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A OO,
mave Or WK. A. OOTJRTBNAY.
O?NT PLEAS ANT AND SULLIVAN'S
I:LANu FERRY COMPANY.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
On and after June let, the folkyw- , .?JP*??,
leg Schedule w ll be run: ?Smmm r
Leave city 6.30 and io o'clock A. M., 3, o.a.? Sud7
Leave Sullivan's Island at 6, 8 and 11.16 A M.,
and 4 and 6.15 P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant 6.46,7.30 and 11.30 A M.,
4.15 and 6.30 P. M.
On SUNDAY, the First Trip from City wlU be at
10 A. M.. from Motin: Pleasant at 8.30 A. 4L, and
s ni il van's Island at 9 o'clock A. M.
Excursion Tripj every AFTERNOON, at 3 and
5.30 u'clo-k P. M. Fare for Hound Trip 25 cents;
children Under Tweive Years 15 cents.
N. B. No Freight received after 2.30 o'clock P.
M., and mnst be prepaid.
Juol 8_ ' E. PRENDERGAST, Agent.
The splendid Steamer.
Ult Y POINT..:.Captain MCMILLAN
Will leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING,
at half past 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatka FRIDAY
MOKNINO and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY APIBRNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having tiret-Ciaas Ac?
commodations, apply to
RAYENFL A CO., Agente,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bas,