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JTBUS OF INTEREST FROX THE
Kell s i oas Service? for To-Morrow, San.
day. Jan? 9,18723.
Church of the Holy Communlou-corner of
Ashley and Cannon streets-10.30 A. M. Morn?
ing Prayer. Sermon by Rev. A. Toomer Por?
ter, rector. Evenlnir Prtyer at 5 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth street, near
Gleoe-10.30 A. M. Moram* Pruyer. Ser?
mon by Rev. C. C. Plnckney. rector. Eve?
ning prayer at 5 P. M., and Condrmatlon by
BiabOD Howe. Sunday-school at 9 A. M.
St. John's Chapel-corner of Amherst ana
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. A. W Marshall, D. D , rec?
tor. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
8u Luke's Cnuroii-coraer of Elizabeth ana
Charlotte streeis-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. William 0. Prentiss,
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 6 P.
ii. Sunday-school at 9 A. M.
Su Michael's Church-corner of Broad and
Meeting streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Bermon by Kev. R..S. Trapler, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 5.30 P. M.
Su Pam's Cnurcn-Coming, near Warren
street-10 30 A. M. Mornlug Prayer. Sermon
by Bev. James H. Elliott, rector, and Con?
firmation by Bishop Howe. Evening Prayer at
5 P. M.
8u Philip's Church-Church street, between
Queen and Cuinbe.Ianrt-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon oy Rev. John Johnson, as
. Blstant minister. Evening Praye r at 5.30 P. M.
Bu Stephen's Chapel-Anson street, between
. Society and George-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermoa by Rev. W. H. Hanckel, rec?
tor. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite
Archdale-Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, pastor;
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Mass at
7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Ves?
pers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
SL Joseph's Church-Anson street, near
George-Rev. C. J. ?rost?an, pastor. Low
s Mass ?t 7 A. M. Hlsrh Mass at 10.30 A. M.
Vespers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M. Sun?
day-school at 9 A. M.
au Mary's Church-Hasel street, near King
Rev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass at 7
A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
Bu Pal rick's Church-corner of Radcliffe
and Su Phillp streets-Rev. John Moore, D.
D.. pastor; Rev. S. Carew, assistant. Low
Mass at 7 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A.
M. Vespers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sun
dav-sonooi at 9 A. M.
Mass wlL> be celebrated on Sullivan's Island
at 7 A. M.
First Church-corner of Meeting and Tradd
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev. J.
Forrest, D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Second Church-corner of Meeting and Char*
lott? streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev.
G. R. Brackets pa-tor. and at 8 P. M. bun
day-school at 3.30 P. M.
Central Church-Meeting street, near Soci?
ety. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. W. C.
Dana, D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe street Church-Glebe street, near
Wentworth. Sermon at 10 30 A. M., by Rev.
J. L. G ira rd eau, D. D., pastor.
Bethel Church-Corner of Pitt and Calhoun
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev. A.
M. Ghrietzbure, pastor, and at 5 P. M. Sun?
day-school at 9 A. M.
Spring Street Church-corner ot Spring and
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by
Rev. J. T. Wightman, D. D., pastor. Sauday
SohoolatS.30 P. M.
Trinity Church-corner Hasel street and
Malden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
Wmtefoord Smith, D. D., pastor, and at
8.15 P. M., bvRev. A.M. Chrietzberg. Kuuday
school at 4 P. M.
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
-King street, near Vanderhorst. Sermon at
10.30 A. M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and at
4 P. M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Su John's Evangelical Church-corner Arch?
dale and Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M. by Rev. T. W. DOBO, pastor. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
Wentworth Street Church. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. S. Bowman, pastor, and
at 5 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Meeting
aov Henrietta streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.,
by fcsv. O. F. Gregory. Sunday-School at 9
*!vst Baptist Church-Church street, be?
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M., by Rev. L. H. Shuck, pastor, and at 5 P.
M. Sunday-School at 9 A? M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
Queea and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M. by Rev. W. H. Aa ams, pastor, and at 4.30
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen and
Church streets. Sermoa st 10.30 A. M. by
Rev. C. 8. Vedder, pastor, and at. 5 P. M. Sun?
day School after morning service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale street, between
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, betveen
Water street and atoll's alley. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. B. Yates, chaplain.
Orphannouse Cnapel-Vanderhorst street,
between King and SU Phillp streets. Sermon
at 6 ?. M. by Rev. Peter Gowan.
TU? Kew German Church.
The brown stone for the Iront steps and the
marble flagging for the parement of the new
German Church have been received from the
North and will be placed In position in a few
Tate Temperance Cana?.
An address will be delivered by Rev. W. S.
Bowman on the subject of temperance,
be fere Palratto Division S. of T., In the
WentworihnRreet Lutheran Church, to-mor?
row afternoon at five o'clock.
Cu era w Bible Society.
At the recent anniversary meeting of the
Ch era w Bible Society the following officers
were elected to serve during the ensuing
year: Major A. McQueen, president; Rev. W.
W. Mood, vice-president, J. C. Medlin, secre?
tary and treasurer. Executive committee
General W. L. T. Prince, Dr. C. KoUock, Rev.
A. J. Wilson, Colonel W. A. McCreight, Cap?
tain Henry Mciver. Major A. McQueen was
chosen to deliver the next anniversary ad?
dress before the society.
Wofford College Commencement.
The baccalaureate sermon before the stu?
dents o? Wofford College, Sparenburg, S. C.,
will be preached on the 23d Instant, by the
Rev. A. M. Chrletzberg, ol this city. The fol?
lowing ls the full programme of the com?
Sunday, June 23d. ll A. M. Annual Sermon
-Rev. A. M. Chrleiz&erg, Charleston, S. C.
Monday, June 24th, 8 P. M. Annual debates
in the cw* Literary Societies.
Tuesday. June 25th, 8 A. M. Annual meet?
ing ol trustees.
Tuesday, June 25tb, ll A. M. Oration before
ii nf0 ?,terarv 8 .cieUes, by Colonel W. 8.
Mullins. Marlon, 8. C.
Tuesday, June 25tb, 4 P. M. Alumni ad?
Tuesday, June 25th, 8 P. M. Junior deda
Wednesday, June 26tb. Commencement
.i^6^6^*7'/ane 26th'10 A-M- Senior ora?
tions with graduating exercises.
Wednesday, June 26.h, 8 P. M. Annual re?
union ol students and friends ot the college in
the halls ot the two societies.
The members of the South Carolina Confer?
ence are particularly invited to attend, and
provision will be made tor their entertainment
during the week. A full meeting of the board
of trustees and of the Alumni Society ls ear?
THE HENDRICKS CASE.-The United States
Court met in Atlanta last Thursday, and ad?
journed without any decision from Judge
Erskine In the Hendricks habeas corpus case.
A decision ls expected early next week.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.-On and after to?
morrow the night express train on the North?
eastern Railroad will arrive at G A. M. and
leave at 8 P. M. The day express will con?
tinue as at present.
TBE BOARD OF BEALTB.
Splendid Sanitary Condition of the City
Reported-T?i? Enterprise Railroad
to be Prosecuted.
An important meetin; ot the board of
health was held at the office of the city regis?
trar, with Mayor Wasener presiding, and Drs.
Pelzer, Geddings and Chazal, and Messrs.
Hauckel, DeSaussure, Dotterer, Small and
Moffat, present. After ihe reading of the min?
utes of the last meeting an Interesting report
was presented by the city registrar, Dr. Peizer,
upon the present sanitary condition of the
city, and the measures that have been taken
during the past live months to secure Us clean?
liness and promote its healthfulness. Accom?
panying the document were reports from the
chief of police, and from the city inspectors, glv
log in detail the steps thal bad been taken by
their respective" departmenis. under the
orders of the Mayor, for the accomplishment
of the same ends. These reports emt raced
substantially the same facts iu regard io the
present sanitary prospects of the city and the
exertions of the board of health that were con?
tained in a recent article upon the subject in.
THE NEWS, and, having been ordered by the
board to be published officially, they will ap?
pear In full io the next Issue of this paper.
The report of the chief of police contained a
Hst of streets and localities In the several
wards whlcti, from their present condition or
from the nature of the use lo which they were
put, would require especial surveillance dur?
ing the summer, and these were ordered tobe
copied and referred to the representatives of |
the respective wards in the board of health
for their Information and guidance.
The subject of the breaking up of ground In
various parts of the city by the Enterprise
Railroad Company was next Introduced, and
the correspondence upon this subject which
has passed between the city registrar, the
Mayor and the chief o? police (which has al?
ready been published In full In THE NEWS)
was read by the Mayor. It will be remember?
ed that the city registrar addressed a letter to
the Mayor on the 1st Instant, officially calling
attention to the alleged violation of the ordi?
nance by the Railway Company, and giving lt
as his opinion that the health of the city was
jeopardized thereby. This letter was re?
ferred by the Mayor to the chief of police, with
instructions to conler with the legal advisers
ot the city, and returned by bim with the re?
port that they advised tbat no action be taken
by the police, and that a meeting ot the board
o? health be called at once to ascertain
the exact extent of the alleged damage or
danger to the public health. The Mayor
staled that he had appointed a com?
mission, consisting of the city registrar, the
city engineer, and the two city Inspectors, to
go o'.-or the whole line ot the new work and
ascertaitrVhat amount of damage had been
done and what was the best method of reme?
dying lt. The Mayor then read to the board
the reports of those gentlemen. That of Dr.
Peizer, the city registrar, slated that after
going over tbe whole ground he had found the
work lu an unfinished condition and still open,
thereby exposing the city lo danger from dis
ease, and putting the merchants and others to j
great inconvenience by the obstruction of the j
streets, and that the expense of taking such J
measures aa would insure the health of the
city would be about fifteen hundred dollars In
the cost of disinfectants and of ap pl y i og them.
The city engineer, Mr. Barbot, and City In?
spector Lucas, reported that the expense ts
the city of replacing tho pavements and of
repairing the streets that had been torn up
would be $15,936. City inspector Ferguson
disagreed with this estimate, and reported
tbat the expense would be $20,000. These
reporta were also ordered to be printed, and
will appear in THE NEWS of Monday.
A general discussion followed the reading of J
these documents, Dr. Peizer, Dr. Geddings [
and General DeSaussure taking the ground
that the action of the Enterprise Railway Com?
pany was In direct disobedience 01 the city
ordinance, and should be punished by a prose-1
cutlon tor the recovery of the penalty provi?
ded, while Messrs. Hanckel, Dotterer and
Mo nett were of the opinion that a far more
practical and speedy protection of the health
of the city would be effected by seeking a con?
ference with the directors ot the new compa?
ny to see il they would not undertake at the
earliest possible moment to cover up their ex- j
cavations and restore the streets to their for?
mer condition. Finally, the following resolu?
tion, offered by General DeSaussure, and sec?
onded by Dr. Peizer, was adopted by a vote of
five to four.
Resolved, That the ordinance prohibiting
the breaking of streets from June 1 to Octo?
ber 1, being a police -regulation for the pre?
servation ol the public health, that tbe board
of health, as charged with the execution of
such ordinance, do request his Honor the
Mayor to Instruct the cl y attorney lorthwltb
to Institute proceeding under the ordinance
against all persons violating such ordinance.
The board then adjourned to meet again at
the same place next Wednesday at twelve M.,
cid every Wednesday thereafter during the
SUMTER SOCIAL CLUB.-This popular organi?
zation will celebrate their second anniversary
on the 12th instant at Mount Pleasant. The
maroon will be rendered more entertaining by
the presence of the fair sex, and the votaries
ot the mazy dance will have abundant oppor?
tunity presented for this delightful pastime.
Prizes will be distributed, and a good time IB
CLUBS AND STARS.-BenJ. Jenkins, arrested
for raising a disturbance at the Telegraph and
Postofflce, was fined two dollars, which be
John Davis, a colored boy who amused him?
self by following the policeman in King street,
running from bim and throwing brickbats at
the passers-by, was caught by an Indignant
colored woman and turned over to the angry
Clubs and Stars. The Mayor sentenced John to
pay a fine of two dollars, or go to the House of |
Correction for twenty days. He went.
Two cows, found luxuriating In Aiken's row,
were fined fifty cents each. The owners paid
Two members of the anti-temperance move?
ment were present lo court. Both cases were
harmless, and the offenders were, told togo
and sin no more.
OPELLA FORENSIS.-The following cases
were heard In succession and disposed of by
Trial Justice Lovett yesterday momie g :
Andrew Anderson, a Jolly tar, with plenty ol
muscle, was found guilty of knocking over a
peaceful citizen on Eaat Bay, on Tnuraday
night, and fined one dollar and the costs of |
court, with an alternative of thirty days In
Jail. He went In search of the money, and at
length raised the needful.
Wm. Mitchell, a colored person of vicious
temperament, kicked his wife out of their
common house In Smith street, while laboring
under an attack of menial abstraction. She
brought suit, and her heavy-footed spouse was
sent to Jail for thirty days. .
Mathias Howard, a miachievotts young dar?
key, was amusing himself on Brown's wharf,
on Thursday evening, and seeing a fishing
boat passing by, he bombarded it with a lump
of coal. The descending onthraclte struck
upon the cranium ot a veteran angler, who
swore vengeance against Mathias. The latter
was tried and found guilty of the assault and
battery, and sent to Jail lor thirty days.
OBSEQUIES OF TBE REV. DR. BER?
Arrival of the Rcmnlni-Lying in the
Cathedral Chapel-Th? Funeral Cere?
The rematas of the late Vicar-General of the
Diocese ol Charleston, ?he Rev. T. Berming?
ham, D. D., arrived In Hie city yesterday, at
2.40 P. M., by the passenger express on the
Northeastern Railroad. In anticipation of
their arrival, the clergy and delegations from
the various Catholic Churches of the city had
assembled at the Bishop's residence, and tak?
ing carriages from that place, proceeded to
the depot and awaited the coming In of the
train. At ibe depot, besides the city church
delegations, the town council ot Sullivan's
Inland was represented by Messrs. Daniel Gil?
li land, Asher D. Cohen aud others. As soon
as the train arrived, the box containing the
metal case In which the remains lay was
placed by the pall-bearers upon a hearse, which
moved off slowly down Chapel street, fol?
lowed by the delegations In carriages. The
cortege passed lrom Chapel, through Eliza?
beth and Mary streets, to Wragg street, and
thence through Ann, and down King to Queen
street, where lt stopped in front ol the Cathe?
dral Chapel. The remains were then borne
up the chapel to the head of ihe ceniral aiBle
Just without the chancel, and, the wooden
box having been removed, the body lay in
?tate In the case, the head piece of which waa
glass, allowing the face of the deceased to be
seen. The vespers of the dead were then
sung as soon as the remains were placed
within the church, under the direction ol the
Rev. H. P. Northrop, master ol ceremonies,
by ihe clergy, disposed of as foliows: Epistle
side, Bishop P?rsico and Eathers Croghan, C.
B. Northrop, Schachle and Carew; Gospel side,
Rev. John Moore, D. D., and Fathers Quigley,
H. P. Northrop, Maroney and Folchl.
After these services the remains were vis?
ited by hundred?, who pressed to take a part?
ing loos: at the well-known leatureB of the
dead, or breathe a farewell prayer for the re?
pose of his soul. The night was divided off
into watches, and at regular hours the vestries
of the various churches relieved each other In
their vigils, which will last until the services
begin to-day. The following ls the
ORDER OF CEREMONIES FOR TO-D>V.
8.30 A. M.-Offices of the dead, with the
same order of exercises as on yesterday after?
noon. Master ot ceremonies J. 0. Schachle.
9 A. M.-Solemn Requiem Mass. Celebrant,
Rev. C. J. Croghan; deacon. Dr. John Moore;
sub-deacon, Rev. C. B. Northrop. Master of
ceremonies, D. J. Quigley.
Last absolution by the Rt, Rev. Bishop P?r?
sico, assisted by the Rev. H. P. Northrop as
deacon, Rev. A. M. Folchl, sub-deacon.
The procession will then move through the
middle door ot the chapel, into and down
Queen street, throngh Friend to Broad and up
Broad to the entrance to the Cathedral lot and
thence to Ihe grave, In the lollowlog order:
1st. Sub-deacon with processional cross and
acolytes; 2d. Malo orphans; 3d. Female
orphans; 4lh. Sisters of Mercy; 5th. Vestry of
8t. Peter's Church; Gin. Vestry of St. Joseph's
Church; 7th. Vestry of Si. Patrick's Church;
8ih. Vestry ol St. Mary's Church; 9th. Vestry
of the Cathedral Chapel; 10th. Altar boys;
11th. Reverend Clergy; 12th. Bishop and assis?
tants; 13tb. Body bourne by eight pall bearers,
as follows: Messrs. John McKeegan, Edward
Lafitte, C. R. Cassidy, John H. Devereux, M.
P. O'Connor, John Commins, M. W. St. Amand,
The grave in which the remains will be in?
terred has already been dug near the west
line of the Cathedral yard, Just alongside of
that of Bishop England.
PERSONAL.-General J. B. Hood, of Texas,
and General Harry Helh, ot Virginia, are slay?
ing at the Charleston Hotel.
EXPORT OF PHOSPHATE.-Mr. Henry Card
cleared yesterday, for London, the Norwegian
bark B'Jorvlken, with seven hundred tons
TH? STATE Bosos IN NEW YORK.-The
New York Herald, of Wednesday, in ils report
ot the Block market for ihe preceding day,
says : "Advices from Columbia assert the
prompt collection of taxes In that State, pre?
liminary lo Ihe resumption of interest pay?
ments on the bonds. The printed list of sales
below will show transactions in some of the
new issues of South Carolina bonds, legalized
by the late Legislature, among them the seven
per cents of 1888, which sold at 33|."
THE MECHANICS' CONGRESS.-Mr. W. Bell
Smith, the efficient and popular master
mechanic of the South Carolina Railroad Com?
pany, left the city- yesterday morning as a
delegate to the annual convention of the Mas?
ter mechanics, to be held lu Boston, on the
nih instant. Mr. Smith has proved himself
during his connection with the South Carolina
Railroad a moat efficient officer, and bis Inven?
tive skill and thorough devotion to the duties
of his position have commanded for him the
respect and esteem of all with whom he has
WHAT THE THIEVES ARK DOBO_Henry Wil?
son and Robert Johnson alias John McBride,
two colored sharpers, wera captured by the
detectives yesterday, charged wilh steilmg a
lot of copper from the loundry of Messrs. Tay?
lor ? Co. Over slxly-five pounds of the cop?
per was recovered at the same time. The
thlevea confessed, were taken before Trial
Justice A. M. Mackey, and sent to Jail for trial.
On Thursday, Mr. Calder's house waa broken
open, and the thieves fell in love with a large
centre-table of mahogany. This cumbrous
piece of furniture they succeeded in carrying
off, and kept it untilthe detectives were placed
upon the track, and lt was reoovered yester?
day in Spring street. The offenders will also
UNITED STATES COORT.-In the District
Court, before Judge Bryan, yesterday, the
tine of one hundred dollars, paid by Benjamin
J. Barnett, for violation of the internal reve?
nue law, In reference to tobacco, was ordered
to be divided as usual between the informer
and the United States.
The fine of one hundred and fifty dollars,
paid by D. L. DeSaussure for a similar offence,
was distributed In a like manner.
Joseph H. Gooch, fined one hundred dollars
for same offence, same order.
W. H. Welch, ot Charleston, was on his own
p?tition adjudged a bankrupt by the court, and
the case referred to Registrar Carpenter.
On the petition of Wm. H. Trezevant, a
writ ol habeas corpus was issued requiring the
sheriff of Richland County to bring the peti?
tioner before the court, on the 14th of June.
Forty-four boxes of tobacco were condemned
for violation of ihe internal revenue, and
ordered to be sold.
A motion for anew trial in the case of
Theodore G. Beckett, sued for plantation sup?
plies issued by the Freedmen's Bureau, was
argued at length, and the motion dismissed.
Thomas Jeffrey, assignee, was ordered to
sell the choses in action at public auction be?
longing to the estate of his bankrupt, Samuel
. All proceedings in the case of John P.
Kinard, bankrupt, were ordered to be stayed
until the further order of this court.
The court then adjourned until ten o'clock
THE RHO ATTA TO-HA Y
A Spirited Contest Expected Between
Onr Ulval Boat Clubs.
The grand annual rowing contest between
the rival boat clubs o? this city comes off thiB
evening on the Ashley River course, just off
the Battery, and a splendid test of skill and
speed may be expected. The members ol' the
two clubs have been preparing assiduously for
weeks in view ol the coming contest. Each Is
confident of success, and as far as the per?
sonnel ol the two crews Is concerned, lhere is
lillie chance for prelerence. The Carolinas
have the one advantage of five feet additional
length in their boar, hut with this exception
the boals are nearly Identical in shape and
size and model, and both have been brought
our. tince the last annual regatta, and will
make to-day their first public appearance be?
fore a large body of our people. The occasion
will, no doubt, attract an unusual concourse
of people to Charleston's most famous prome?
nade on White Point Garden, and In addition
to this an admirable opportunity will be af?
forded of witnessing the racefroma. steam?
er of the Sullivan's Island Ferry Com?
pany, which will leave South Atlantic wharf,
in the rear of the Postoffice, at 6 P. M.,
and will follow up the race, and afterward
make a short excursion round the harbor.
The rules of the race and the names of the
Judges have already been announced. The
Judges ,have selected as umpires Messrs. T.
Plockney Lowndes and J. Fraser Math ewes,the
former io officiate at the start and the latter at
the termination of the race. The boats, crews
and uniforms of the rival clubs are os follows:
PALMETTO REGATTA CLUB.
Whitehall boat Meteor, built by Ingersoll, bf
Kew York. The boat ls twenty-five feel long,
three feet deep, four Inches beam, and is paint?
ed white, with black walnut gunwale, four oars
and brass rowlocks. The crew consists ot H.
N. Parker, stroke, weight 139 pounds; W. M.
S. Lesea ne, second, weight 165 pounds; D. D.
Parker, third, welgbt 134 pounds; H. B. Bull,
stroke, weight 128 pounds; H. A. DeSaussure,
coxswain, weight 120 pounds. Total weight of
crew 686 pounds. Their uniform consists of a
white flannel shirt, with blue Bailor collar and
cuffs, with anchor worked In white on each
point of the collar; white pants and while
BLllor cap, with blue band and streamers, and
the word Meteor In white on the front of the
CAROLINA INDEPENDENT BOAT CLUB.
Whitehall boat Wave, built by Ingersoll, of
New Tork. The Wave ls thirty feet long,
three leet four inches In beam, and ls of the
same color as her ri' a '.. The crew are: E. H.
Sparkman, stroke, weight 140 pounds; C. J.
Huguenln, second, weight 151 pounds; De?
Saussure Bull, third, weight 140 pounds; R. M.
Means, bow, weight 139 pounds; Roland All?
ston, coxswain, 114 pounds. Total weight of
crew, 684 pounds. The uniform ls a white
flannel shirt, with red collar and cuffs, and
crossed oars and anchors In white on the
collar; white pants and red fez cap with wbite
RECOVERED.-Mr. G. N. Caswell, the white
man who waa stabbed In the Bide, and, it was
thought, fatally wounded, in an affray with a |
negro man on last Saturday night at Gra?
ham's Crossroads, ls, we are glad to learn, re?
covering from his wound. The slab was in
the right place and right direction, bnt, for?
tunately, not deep enough to kill. The mat?
ter has dwindled into a simple case of assault j
and battery, to be disposed o? by a neighboring !
trial Justice, and Graham's Crossroads hos
resumed the even tenor of ila way.
Hotel Arrivals-Jnne 7.
L. fi. Marberry, Baltimore; R. S. Izard and
wife, A. Morgan, Georgetown; M. L. Jones, J
Murphy, W. Feagln, Graham's Cross-Roads.
J. E. Gannlng, Savannah; E. J. O'Connor,
Augusta; E. Schaefer, f Allanto; ? H. Motes,
Laurens County; Theodor Kraus, London; S.
W. Davis, S. Myers, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Carr,
New York; fi. He th, Richmond; W. H. Man?
ning, South Carolina Railroad; J. B. Taylor
and wife, Mrs. J.E. Woodbury, Missachusetts,
Mrs. D. fi. Hayden, New Hampshire; P. J.
Redding, Tennessee; Ja?. McDougall and wife,
HARD WARR AT AUCTION.-The attractive
sale of hardware, agricultural Implements,
guns, &c, comprising the stock; o? Charles
Kerrison, Jr., & Co., by Messrs. Holmes A
Macbeth, which was commenced yesterday,
will be continued to-day, when the rest o? the
stock is expected to be disposed of.
ONE DOLLAR NOTE PAPER-Another cheap
lot, at Walker, Evans Sc Cogswell's, No.
Broad street and 109 East Bay. Jtin7-2
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Booka at the East
Bay News Boom. _ decl4s
GREAT REDUCSMON In Dry Gooda at Melchers
Sc Muller, No. 217 King street. From thia day
we will sell our entire, Elegant Stock of Dry
Goods at reduced prices, and Invite the ladles
to examine the same before purchasing else?
where. _ _ Jun3-6
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street.
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT SC CO., NO. 244 King
street, offer: 10-4 Allendale Quilts, $1 37};
11-4 Allendale Quilts, $1 50; 12-4 Allendale
Quilts, $1 60; Honeycomb Quilts, $1 40. 50
rolls White Matting, 27Ac; 50 rolls Check Mat?
ting, 30c. Lace Shawls reduced 25 per cent.
FUBCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
street, offer, previous to taking a yearly In?
ventory of atock, great bargains in all their
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 oenta
eacb, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION I-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
Sc 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. mayie
YOUNG MBN, TAKE NOTTCE.-Base Balla and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-s
LABIES, why will you do your sewing by
hand when you eau 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 so very liberal that anybody can
buy one. They Invite the ladies to their par?
lor, No. 186 King street, where lt will afford
the agent a great deal ot pleasure to Bhow the
different styles of machines; also, samples of
work done on them, whether you wish to pur?
chase or not. Jun4-wa2
Edwin D. Enaton and George C. Black.
At a regular meellngof the Hlberolan So?
ciety, held on the evening of the 4th Instant, the
following preamble and resolutions were unani?
mously adopted :
We are again reminded, in the death of our
much valued iriecdsantl fellow-members, Edwin
D. Euston and George C. Black, how suddenly
aod indiscriminately the fatvl messenger sends
lils darts. We nave not met to mourn the old, bnt
Hie young and lusty of life. Upon one of our de?
parted companions thc primrose of youth had
just bloomed upon his cheek, and from the other
lt had just began to fade. To us the separation
ls truly mournful; lt severs associations and
memories founded in happier and be ter days,
and prolonged through a long chain or adversity
until the dawn of r.ope seemed abont to break
again All the good which, as a soc et?, we dis
pen ed, they were partaKcrs In the office and the
merit; and the bonds of genial companionship
which bound us In a social Irish union, were
never for a moment jarred or loosened by discord
or unpleasantness. They have journeyed the
way that many dear friends have trod before
them. Wi h us their memories shall be ever held
J?esoZued That in the death of Edwin D. Enston
ami ueorge C. Black tho Hibernian Society de?
plores the loss of valuer members and cherished
Resolved, Thit in respect to their memory a
page upo i onr Minutes be Inscribed with their
names, and i h tt as an exprpsstouof our sympa?
thy in their bereavement, copies of these re?u u
ilons be communicated to tue respective rami?
llas of the deceased, and further that they be pub?
lished in the daily papers of the city.
Extract ir jm the Minutes.
JAMBS ARMSTOSO. Jr., Secretary.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At a regular communication of Delta Lodge
or Perfection, No. 1, of the Ancient aud Accepted
Rite, held on the 3d instant, the rollo wing
preamble and resolutions were unanimously
Death has penetrated into our secret vault, and
Delta Lodge of Perfection ls called to mourn the
loss of one whose genial, frank, gentle and amia?
ble character had endeared him to all of Its mem?
bers. James Kee 1 Pringle, Jr, on the 7th of
May, 1872, was removed from where thc name of
the Great I Am was only dimly shadowed, and,
we trnstfally hope, ls now in that temple not
made with hands, where the Divine Presence
ever shines on those who love and rear him. Life
had apparently much of promise for him. He
was In the vigor or early manhool; he was en?
gaged success foi ly In honorable pursuits; his in?
tegrity, industry and character had given him an
assured position in the business community tn
which he moved. Genial lc manner, frank, gentle
and amiable In disposition, warm personal friend?
ships had clustered around him. A good citizen,
a dutiful chll I, a virtuous mao, there appeared to
open befoie him In the future a promise of use
f u ness, prosperity and happiness. A wisdom su?
perior rar to man's saw good to terminate these
bright prospect* and extinguish all these In an
early grave. To the Mason, God ls our Father in
Beaven, to see whose race ls the highest hope or
the pnte In heart-to whom our most patient and
humble submission is due, and to whose merciful
disport*.1, we are resigned by that death, which wc
hope and believe ls but the entrance to a better
life. In these teachings we believe oar deceased
brother was fully learned, and th it death found
him prepared for that better lire.
Resolved, That in Um death or James Reed
Pringle, Jr., Delta Lodge or Perfection moama
th; Las of one whose purity of life and gentle?
ness of character adorned the position v&hich he
held as a perfect Master.
itesolve?, That, at the next communication or
this Loe ge the chairs or the Grand Master and
onicers be draped with the violet badge or
Resolved. That the name of our deceased
brotbe.-. with the date of Ins death and the rank
which he had attained, be Inscribed upon the en?
Resolved, That the respectful sympathies of his
brethren of this Lodge are onere i to his afflicted
parents, and that a copy or tnls preamble and res?
olutions be seat to theo, and published In the
Extract from the tablets.
CHAS. F. b AM M ia, secretary.
LONDON-Per Norw bark B'Jorviken-700 tons
ph: sptiate rock.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Gulf Stream-411
bales cotton, io; bales domestic good-, 045 bbls
naval stores, 103 tierces rice, 2s tons old Iron, 641
bbls potatoes, 1468 boxes vegetables, and 78 pkgs
Tue Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
Cmos OUAIU.KBTON NBWS, I
FRIDAY EVSNIMO. Juno 7, 1873. |
COTTON.-The market was quiet and dall, with
a lew important tranaactlons at unsettled rates,
the business being m-jstiy in mixed, packed and
lightweights, sales about 40 bales, Bay 2 at 21,
is at 2ifi, 7 at 23, io at 26 fi, l at sac. Quotations
Rice.-This grain maintained a steady charac?
ter. Sales about 32 tierces, aay li tierces at s>i,
ll at ifi, 10 at 8?ic. We quote common to fair at
7K@8>i. good 8X@85ic
NAVALSTOHSS.-Receipts lor two days 327 casks
spirits turpentine and 1165 bbls rosin. Spirits
turpentine was active, with sales or 200 casks at
47Xa48Xc per gallon according to packages.
Rosin was lo fair request. Sales about 700 bbls at
$6 75 for extra pale, $5 fo r pale, $4 75 tor low pale,
$4 for extra No 1, $3 60a3 76 for No 1. The low
grades were lu demand, but there was no stock.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $3 75 for
virgin, $2 90 for yellow dip and $1 90 for bard.
Ka BIG HTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, norn I -
aal on uplands, nommai on oca islands; via New
fork, Xd on uplands, on sea Islande; by aalt,
J?d nominal on aplauda, on sea islands nominal.
To a a v re - on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea Islands; $l 60
fl tierce on rice; by sall KC V Ri on cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 60c fl barrel on rosie; $8 fl M on
manor; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sall?
ee fl lb on upland cotton; rosin eic; resawed
stuff $10310 60; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by saU $10 fl Mon boards,Kc fl Ita on
cotton; by steam $1 fi bale on New York rates,
ro Philaielphla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by sall, $8ft M on boards; $9 co@io on timber; $8
per ton on clay, and $aa$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam fio fl ft by sall, $6 60@7 fi
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lamber freights
from Georgetown, s. C., Danen and banna River,
aa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern porta,
and $io?i2 fi M are the ratea on lumber and
EXOHAMOI.-Sterling 60 day billa H%.
Douasno EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New York at par to fi premium.
Outside they purchase at M6@x fl cent, pre?
mium, and sell at 3-16? X premium.
markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 7.
Noon.-Consols 02fi. Bonds BOX.
PARIS, June 7.
Noon.-Specie Increased three and a half mil?
NEW TORE, June 7.
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks very strong.
Gold steady at MX . Money easy at 6 per cent.
Exchange, long yX, short io>?. Governments
qui-1 ?iud ole id/. State bonds arm and steady.
Evening.-Freights Arro. Money easy at 4-1.1.
Sterling steaoy at 9%a9%. Gold active, closed at
ii.mS'- Governments closed >teady. with some
fluctuations during the day. States very quiet.
LIVERPOOL, June C.
Noon.-Cotton opened Btroog; uplands UXd,
Orleans llXallXd; sales 15,ooo bales; sales of the
week 1G?.0U0; exoorts 12,0o0; speculation 24,000;
stock 6i2,o.o. of which 310.00J are American:
receipts ns.oco, or which 79,000 are American;
shoat 3C0,00u, of which 87,000 are American.
Later.-Cotton strong; sa.es 15,000oates; specu?
lation and export 4000.
NEW YOKE, Jone 7.
Noon.-Cotton unsettled and lower; bales ?06
bale!; middlings 26??c.
Evening.-Cotton sieady; ea'es 395 bales; mid?
dlings 26X0. Sales or finares to day 21.400
ba ex. as follows: June 2lfiu\%: July 25%a^?X:
August 26a26*; September 23?i*23 13-16; nc.ti?
ber 2lXa2i?i; November lOaasJX; December
Duniu.-i, june I.
Cotton dull; middlings 26??c; net receipts 161
bales; gross 329; sales 100; utouk 12,600; weekly
net receipts 654; gross 1764; exports to Great
Britain 785; sales 2000.
PHOVIDBKCB, Jone 7.
Net receipts of the week 136 baiet; stock 16.000.
PHILADELPHIA , Jane 7.
cotton quiet: middlinRS 28#; weekly net re?
ceipts 375 ba ea; gioas net.
_ . . BALTIMORE, June 7.
cotton dull and lower; middlings 26>?a26J?c:
exports coaaiwlse 24? balen; sales IcO; stock 2644;
weeily net recelDtB 18; gro-s 905; exports coast?
wise 480 ; sales ?234 ; apt n ners 1220.
.... "', NORFOLK. Jua? 7.
cotton quiet; low middlings 25c; net recel ps 60
bales, expons coaBtwlne 42; stock 1694; weekly
net receipts 1610; exports coastwise 16J0; sales
CITY POINT, June 7.
Cotton receipts of the week 2?7 b des.
WILMINGTON1, June 7.
Cotton linn; middlings 25c;net receipts B bales
sales 15; stock 15?io; weekly net receipts 27- ex?
ports coastwise 668; sales 67.
Cotton quiet; middlings 24>ia24Jic; net re. eipts
160; stock 7?67; weekly net receipts 1666; exporis
CU .at wi- e 38,031 ; Soles 427.
AUGUSTA, Juno 7.
Cotton nomloal; middlings 26c; uer-receipts 42
bales; sales 45; stock 1871,4334; 1872, 4587; weekly
rtceipts 277; sa ei looi.
MACON, Jane 7.
Cotton quiet; stock 768 bales; weekly receipts
23; shipments 469.
COLUMBUS, June 7.
Cotton quiet; stock 1871, 26i5 buh?; 1872, 737;
weekly receipts 316; shipments943; sales897; spln
MEMPHIS, June 7.
cotton Inactive and drooping; middlings25c;
receipts 122 bales: stock tljMS; weeaiy receipts
1016; shipments 4003; salea 6850.
NASHVILLE, June 7.
cotton dull and nominal; low ml iuii<iga 24c:
stock 1871,1112; 1870, -?037; receipts ol the week
1173; shipments 230C bales.
SELKA. June 7.
Stock of cotton 229 bales; receipts of the week
196; ahlpmenis 145.
MOBILE, Jone 7.
Cotton nominal; middlings 24)ic; net receipts
27 eales; exports coastwise 2842; saieOOO; atock
6337; net receipts of the week 462; exports 2282;
NSW OHLE ANS, Jane 7.
Cotton nominal; middling* 2i^c; net receipts
321 balts; u ross 423; sales 600; stock 44,074; week?
ly net receip s 1870; gross 1616; exports to Liver?
pool 2726; Bremen 400; Havre 2W2; coastwise
4607; Bales 68U0.
GALVESTON. June 7.
Net receipts of cotton 1 bale; .HUCK 6008; week?
ly set receipt* 198; exporta to Great Britain 797;
coastwise 1.8; sales 3860.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVEH POOL, June 7.
Noon.-Breadstnffs are qoler.
NEW TORE, Jnne 7.
Noon -Flour quiet and steady. Wneat qnlet
and firm. Corn advancl ?g. Pork quiet, meas
$13 30. Lard steady, steam OK*? 6-l6c. Turpen?
tine steady at 6Ba57c Rosin quiet, $3 60a3 66 for
ST. LOUIS. June 7.
Whiskey s-c. Others dall.
WASHINGTON, June 7.
Western markets generally steady om dan. No
Evening -Flour Arm and fair; very common to
fair extra $7 60; good to choice $10, $!0)?al3.
whis s y 90c. Wheat 2a8o better; Western $l 92a
2. corn closed dull, aid at noon's adv ince (oat.
Bice Orm at 8 Kae>i- Pork quiet and unchanged.
Lard a shade Armer at %nj9>a' :. Naval? and tal
i JW ateady.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw Yo ax, June 6.?
The Dally Bulletin pays: There has not been
mnch demand to-day, the lota called for inclnd
lng merely enough to satisfy the immediate
wanta of a few of the regalar trade in attennauce.
Former prtce-i were obtained, however, and deal
era call the position orm for all gradea. Sa es
abont 176 bags Rangoon In small lots at ?j-ga'xc,
and 126 baga Patna at 7??a7??c
New York Naval Stores Market.
KEW TORE, jnne 6.
Tho Dally Bulletin say;: Beceipta tn-day 329 bbls
crude turpentine, 3748 do rosin, 492 do spirits
turpentine, ll do tar. Spirits of turpentine
have been In g. od request, and abont all that
arrived to-day by steamer HHS been s Od, and the
close was firmer with 67o bid; sales 128 bbla at 68,
250at66)i, and 68 bblaln lots fruin store ac 68.
Bo-in has been moderately active, and prices
about steady st $3 60a3 66 f r comm? m to good
strained ; sales 1630 obis at $3 65, 119 bils No 2 at
$4 60, and 234 bbls pale at $5a6 60. Ia tar we no?
tice 70 bbls Wasnlngton at $3 70. Pitch ls in mod?
erate Jobbing demand and ateady at $3 75 mr elly
Savannah Market-Weekly Review.-:
SAVANNAH, Jane 6.
COTTON.-We have had a very quiet market du
rtr g the week under review, with sternly ad?
vancing prices, until Wednesday, wheo middlings
were qaoted at 25j<c to class out. To-day, how?
ever, under the d scouraglng Influence of New
York advices, prices have been checked In their
upward tendency, with pe haps a Utile weaken?
ing lu the market, ai New York baa controlled it
all through the week, iheroreiga demand having:
ceased. Tne total Bales of the week reach about
6O0 bales, of which 70 were soi 1 to-day. The great,
irregularity prevailing tenders lt almost impossi?
ble to quote; but we hazard the following flgur s
as tne average prices of the day for what little has
b-en done: Middling 25c (nominal;) low mid?
dlings 24c (asked;) good ordinary 2i\c. Some
strict good ordinary aold at 23Kc, and some strict
low middling at 24&c.
Interior Colton Marketa.
?CHESTER, Jane 5.
Ordinary 18KC; good ordinary 21c: low mid?
dlings 22Kc ; middling 23c; good middllnga 24c.
CR?ES VILLE, May 29.
Cotton li Belling to day at 22Jia28c.
YOKE VILLE, Jane 6.
Cotton la qaoted at 20a23c.
CHARLOTTE, June 3.
A gond demand previlledduring tne past week
and prices ruled nigher ou best grades, which
are scarce and wanted. We quote middling 22xa
22KC and choice 22?c Tne low gradea commue
duli ana unchanged.
M ICON, June 6.
No stock, and consequently no market. Prices
are nominal ar. MsttJifo. Recap ts 2 bates; sale J
35; shipped 101.
COLUMBUS. June 6.
Oar market ls firm ; middlings 24c; receipts fl ve
davB 22 bales, against 61 last week and 288 cor?
responding week 1871; snipped same days 762
against 6ib ann 123; sates 70 boles; receipts 3 bales;
shipments 290 ba ed.
MONTGOMERY, Jane 6.
The market ls strong; good ordinary 22}io,
strict good ordinary 23c, low middlings 2?yc,
Receipts per Railroad, Jane 7.
SOUTH CAROLINA BAILBOAO.
914 bales cotton, 81 bales goods. 84 bbls naval
stores, 8 J bbls flour, and 2 cara stock. To hall
road Agent, W H Wllliama A Son, Hetzer, Bud?
gers A co, Whilden A Jone?, Frost, Adger A co, T
P .-mitti, Pringle A -on, Witte Broa, Kilos Bros, Q
fi Walter A co, Kinsman A Howell, Chapeau A co,
H Leid mg. WlSS * CO, A J Salina-?, P U Tren Ho ?rn,
Wagener A Monaees, W O Courtney A co.
4 bales colton. 627 bbl* naval stores, cars lam?
ber. nails, mdse, Ac To Barden A Parker, B T
Walker, Whilden ft Jones, Kinsman ft Howell, C
Graveley. E Welling, Heeder A Davis, K A Evans,
Chapean A co, 0 Lelbenrood, Railroad Agent, and
Per steamer Emule, from Georgetown. S G
Misa J Doherty. Mis Alexander, Mrs U D ugla9, N
Emanuel, Mra W K Bow.ey, Bev A Glennie, wife
and child, K S Izard. wire and child, J LaBruce,
Jr, Mr Boyldone, and 6 deck.
CHARLESTON, 8. C..JONE 8, 1872.
Lat 86 deg 40 min S3 sec | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Sehr Minnehaha, s vin ton, Combabee. 2600
bushels rough rice. To W ? Bee A cc
.-teamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C.
32,000 shingles, mdse and bundriea. To Shackel
ord ft Belly, w E Unger. Mra G A Tren h olin, Mrs
B F linger, W B Pringle, Frost, Adger ft co. R J
Middleton, Adams, Damon ft co, Gol G S Walker,
Hart ft co, B uoyd, and others.
Received from ChUolm's Mill. 102 tierces rice.
To K N Thurston, U Bhctioir ft co, and THAW
Sehr Yonng America, Gage, Havana. To M J
steamship Gulf Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
-W A Courtenay.
Norwegian bark B'Jorvlken, Yonossen, London
steamship Gull Stream, Hunter. Philadelphia.
Norwegian bark B'Jorvlken, Yonassen, London.
Sunr Alice B Gardner, Tamer, New Haven.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York.
Steamship Falcon, Haynle, at Baltimore, 6th
Spanish brig Almirante, Gaanabery, at Barcelo?
na, May 19.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr John A Frank, Mathews, at Bangor, Me,
Sehr Daybreak, Blake, at New York, Jnne 4.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brhish bark Architect, Doddridge, from Bristol
via Cardin, May 23.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE, Jone 7.
Arrived, steamship Assyria.
Arrived ont. the R?sela, England, Olympus,
Berlin, Iowa. Alexandria and Trlnacrla.
The bark Atraes Campbell, Landry, from^fcuU
River, S O, arrived at Gravesend 22d ult. . - V .
The sehr Ridgewood, Derricksen. ror George?
town and fort Bluff, S 0, cleared at New York 4th
The sehr Abbie Dunn, Fountain, for Pors Royal,
S C, cleared at New York June 6.
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, captain Monter,
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 rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, and
to and rrom Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
sar The VIRGINIA ls appointed to Sv . from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, Jane 14th, at 12
o'clock M. '
J-sT*The GULF ST RE A. M Will follow. *
For particulars of Freight arrangements, anni*
to - WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
Jon8. - . ._. , >.;?. , ;,, _.u
JOE BALTI ?: O.B^-B.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship SBA GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY, 8th
June, at 6 o'olock P. M. "* "
tO" Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
.tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods rrom
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.. - , ?
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRBNHOLM, Agent,
Jane-3 No. 2 Union Wharves,
R NEW YOR K .
ON TUESDAY, JUNE ll, AT 7
O'CLOCK P. M. .J
NEW IRON STE A ll LINE-EST ABLIKHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK. *
The Splendid New iron Sldewheel steamship
0 BORGIA, Holmes, Commander.., will
sall for New York on TUESDAY. Jane lien?, at 7
o'olock P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.'
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and tua
New England Clues as usnaL 'c ?
Insnr-tnce t> ? steamers ol this Line % percent.
Far Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No. 2S Broad street;
or to W M. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
JP OR NEW YORE. '.. ,
NSW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Sldewheel Steamship ? CHAM?
PION, R. ?V. Lockwood, Commander, win saU
rrom Adder's South Wharf ror the above Port on
SATURDAY, the 8r.h Instant, at a o'clock P. M. .
S3~ The CHAMPION is handsomely and com
rortaolv fitted op ror passengers, and offers supe?
rior inducements to travellers going North."
S3- Marine Insurance by this line hau* per cent.
4V Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool. Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns. . .
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
jnn3-6_JAMES A DOER Sc CO., Agents.
jrjBD?CTION IN PASSAGE RATE^l
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS. -Jj"'
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any ?jfiMjk
R alway station or Seaport tn Great ?jyUg
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, ima marx,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and tao
Cabin Fare rrom New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $60. By Saturday's steamers $65 and $75.
EXOUKSION TICKETS. $120. . .
Intermediate, $38; steerage, $29, sil payable In
' Parties sendlnir ror their friends In the Old
Conutry can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
For farther particulars apply to the Agents, ,
HESDBRSOS BROTHERS, "j, ,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.,
Orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
apm-amosDAW_Charleston, 8. C.
?JIOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
tffljjfr STEAM COMPANY <<ftig*%
?ful dispatch one or their first-class, fud power
iron Screw Steamships rrom
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) 180,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 WaU street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bille Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate or Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER. HUGER A CO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY. ?
JpACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP GOMPTS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pier <<?p?*?""%,
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal^J^S?
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the HtS
and 80th or every month except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the saturday preceding.
AU departures connect at Panama with steam*
era for South Pacific and Central Amerlcan*porta?
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first or every month, except when lt rails on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat go
direct from New York to AsplnwslL
One handred pounds b&ffeage free to ear*adult.
Medi?me and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
root of Canal street, North River, New York.,
Jnly26-lyr_F. R. BABY. Agent.
"C*l O R FLORID*,
_The splendid Steamer,
Cl i Y Puiar.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 Palatk* FRIDAY
MORNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class Ac?
commodations, appty t?_ . _
BAVENEL A CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf and East Bay,