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FUNERAL OF TBE REV. DR. BEB
solem? and I capre ?sive Ceremony-An
Eloquent Dleconrae >>y Bishop Per?
alco-Services nt the Grave.
The funeral services ol the Rev. T. Ber
mingham. D. D., the late Ylcar-General of
thia Diocese, took place last Saturday morn?
ing at the Cathedral Chapel on Queen street.
At the earliest dawn of morning tue faithful
vigils ot the vestrymen, who had guarded the
venerated remains during the long watches of
the night, were interrupted by throngs of
devoted worshippers who came flocking to
the house i f P^yer to take a last look at the
loved leatures ot the dead priest, and to join
In the last sad offices prescribed by the church
of which he bad proved so worthy a Bon and so
diligent a servant. There were many touching
Incidents as the moving groups pressed around
the bier to catch a sight 01 the humble, unpre?
tending face, now worn with weeks ot illness,
and stiff and rigid In the hands of death, but
still wearing a calm, benignant smile, as
tho Jgh the earnest aonl which once lighted up
Ita eyes bad indeed Been the "gates ajar," as
lt quitted its earthly tenement and caught one
rapturous glimpse of the eternal peace- be?
yond. Children were lilted up by weeping
mothers and showed no childish terror at the
sight ot the still tace of the good man, "whose
end was peace." Frequent ejaculations of
fervent bat homely prayer for tbe rest of his
soul mingled with the women's sobs of grief,
and strong men felt their eyes grow moist
and a solemn hush stn led the active pulses ol
their heans as they, loo, looked on, wlthlold
ed Lands, behind their backs and prayerful,
downcast faces. At half-past eight the Chapel
was crowded In every parr, and at that hour
the clergy Issued from the sacristy, and the
Impressive service of the dead, prescribed by
the ritual of the Catholic Church, began. The
services were led by Bev. J. 0. Schachte,
and the trained voices of the Cathedral
choir, mingling with the rich tones of the or?
gan, filled the church with harmony. This
was followed by a solemn requiem high mass,
celebrated by Rev. C. J. Croghan, with Dr
John Moore as deacon, and Rev. C. B. Nor
throp as sub-deacon. Daring the offertory ol
the mass the beautiful tenor solo, "Thou
Didst not Leave His Soul in Hell," was Bong
by Mr. Moller. When the last strains of the
solemn music bad died away, the Bight Rev.
Bishop P?rsico administered the last absolu
lion, assisted by the Bev. H. P. Northrop,
deacon, and the Rev. A. M. Folchi, sub-dea?
con. Alter thia sacrament au eloquent dis?
course was preached by Bishop P?rsico. He
showed that it was a tradition from the earliest
ages of the world that the patriarchs honored
their dead by-prayers and sacrifices. Then.
. when the law ol God was given to Moses, thi&
custom was confirmed and the holy
Institution' of prayer for the repose ot
the dead was found throughout the history
of the Jews. The Saviour came, and finding
the custom in existence perpetuated lt, and
enjoined upon His apostles the duty of honor?
ing the body aa the temple of the Holy Ghost
He pointed to texts in various parts of the
Scriptures, enjoining this duty and promising
the resurrection of the dead. The Bishop
then briefly reviewed the lite of Dr. Berming?
ham, eulogizing especially his supreme de?
votion to his vocation. He said that he had
travelled much in the districts which bad been
confided to the tplrltoal charge ot Dr. Ber?
mingham, and he said that after the name of
Bishop England he had heard no name so
olten mentioned as that ot the faithful priest:
now lying dead before them, nor had he ever
heard a servant of tbe church more uolver
sally extolled for his indomitable zeal and
courage In defence of the holy Catholic faith.
The funeral procession was. then organized
by Bev. D. J. Qulgley in the following Order,
and marched down the centre aisle chanting
the De Profund ls and the Miserere
?i. Bev. A. M. Folchi, sub-deacon, bearing
the processional cross, and accompanied by
two acolytes tn white surplices.
2. Thirty-five boys of the Catholic Orphan
Asylum, dressed in their uniform of gray, and
led by 8lBter DeSales.
3. The Inmates of the Female Orphan Asy?
lum, on Queen street, about seventy in num?
4. Sisters o? Mercy, twenty-five in number.
6. Vestrymen ot St. Peter's Church, St.
Joseph's Church, St. Patrick's Church, St.
Mary's Church, and of the Cati,-edral Chapel.
6. Ten altar boys from the Cathedral Chapel.
7. The clergy of the city, comprising Rig ut
Bev. Bishop P?rsico, assisted by the Master of
Ceremonies, Ber. D. J. Qulgley and the Bev.
H. P. Northrop; Bev. John Moore, D. D., the
new vicar general of the diocese, and the
BOTS. C. B. Northrop, C. J. Croghan, S. Carew,
C. B. Maroney, and J. 0. Schachte
8. Body bourne by eight pall bearers, as fol?
lows: Messrs. John McK9egan, Edward
Lafitte, C. B, Cassidy, John H. Devereux, M
P. O'Connor, John Commins, M. W. St
Amaad, D. McDonald.
The route was through Queen, Friend and
Broad streets to the grave, near the west side
of the Cathedral grounds, where Bishop Per
elco blessed the grave, and the coffin was low
ered to its final resting place In the presence
of ac immense concourse of people, all kneel
lng reverently and with uncovered heads.
A solemn requiem mass ls to be celebrated
at. nine o'clock: ibis morning at St. Mary's
Church for tbe repose of the soul of Dr. Ber?
ARREST OF BURGLARS.-On Thursday nlgbt
last tko residency of Mr. A. J. Him?, No. ?1
Hasel street, was broken into by thieves, who
carried off a valuable lot of personal property,
consulting chiefly of jewelry and clothing.
The detectives were notified, and at four
o'clock on Saturday morning Alfred Hutson, a
colored man, was arrested by them in a house
in Duncan street with a suit of clothes and
other articles in his possession, which were j |
identified as part of the property stolen from
Mr. Mima's residence. On Saturday night the
detectives also arrested John Washington
alias Charles West, who was Hutson'B partner
In the burglary. John bad several shirts and 11
other pieces of the stolen property in his pos?
session, and also a match-box, filled wi in
powder, which he used, he said, to blast the
locks of the doora which he could not enter, j t
A RAID UpoM A BREAD CART.-About six
o'clock on Saturday morning one of those
tasteful and springy vehicles known as bread
carte stopped at the corner of Reed and Meet?
ing streets, and the well-bread driver de?
scended as usual for the purpose o' leaving at
a house the quotidian supply of brown loaves.
Isaac Wise, a sharp colored boy, also on a
loaf, observed the movement, and slipping
into the cart, proceeded to Inspect the finan?
cial department of the concern by breaking
Into the money drawer. He bad appropriated
the contents and was making off, when the
corpulent Jehu came out and saw what was
going on. Pursuit was out of the question,
but the young man raised his voice a little and
attracted tb* attention of a policeman, who
grabbed Isaac. The latter was taken be-bre
the Mayor, and after a short interview retired
to the municipal farm on Ashley River, where
he will rusticate for thirty days, isaac ex?
pressed the highest disgust for the affair, and
will let bread carts alone In future. He found
exactly six cents in the money drawer.
TOE CHARLESTON REGATTA.
K -Ive?y Afternoon Upon the Water
Prenarlnc ?or the Kace-The Excite
ment on gthe Snore-lnc.den,. or t*e
Conte..-Be?nlon ?t the Hall of the
The long anticipated race between the Pal?
metto Regatta aud Carolina Independent Boat
Clubs took place, according to programme, on
Saturday afternoon, and resulted in a complete
victory for the former club. For weeks* past
i he race had been the alt-absorbing topic
of discussion among young and old. The
merits of thetwoboatB and their respective
crews had been freely canvassed, and the re?
sult was a glorious state or uncertainty, which
added not a little to the excitement and Inter?
est of the occasion. At first the Palmettoes
were the favorite, owing to the prestige ot
their well-trained crew; but as the day lor the
race drew on, the Independents became tbe
favorites, as the superior lengtb of their boat
and the fine appearance of their crewvjuld
seem to warrant. For the past week the
boats were out each afternoon, and would pull
over the course once or twice for practice.
I This took place in full view of the Battery,
and kept the general excitement alive.
On Saturday morning the boats were taken
down and dressed for the contest-the Meteor
I at Southern, and the Wave at South Atlantic
whart. The former received a coaling of
grease, and the latter a polish of black lustre,
extending Tialt-way np ber hail, along a
water-line, which added much to her appear
' ance. At halt-past five o'clock the Independ-1
I ents placed their boat on the water, and row
\ log around to Southern dock, met their rivals
and arranged certain preliminaries. These
having been settled, the crews went to their
boat s and polled out to
THE STARTING POIKT,
the Independents bearing their handsome flag j
ot red satin, bound with white cord, and with
the name of their club and the cross-oars
embroidered upon lt. They rowed in white [
pants and stockinet shirt, their coxswain
alone being in full uniform. The reBt of the J
crew wore thin red lez -caps, with a white
ribbon around tbe band, upon which was
stamped the name of their club. The Pal?
meltoes rowed In lull uniform. The race
boats of course were manned by the first crews
of the two clubs, but the second crews were
also ont in other boats, in full uniform, pulling
excitedly about, and backing their clubs up
generally. As the boats lett the dock for the
starting point, they were cheered by the
crowd, which now swept out io the Battery
and Joined the growing throng which
had gathered upon that delightful promenade.
One of the most popular points for observa?
tion was the Bathing House, and tbe obliging
proprietor, Mr. MoManmon, soon had his ample
piazzas and circular roof crowded with spec?
tators. From this point the whole course and
surroundings could be looked down upon as
on a panorama. The tide was running up
strongly at about three-quarter flood; across
this swept a stiff southwest breeze, raising an
ugly, chopping sea; most difficult to row in,
and greatly Impeding tbe progress of the light
boats. Tbe bay was covered with sailing and |
rowing craft ot every description, from the
fast sailing and elegant yacht to the small
coffin-shaped batteau in which some sable
mariner was vainly endeavoring to "come
about." Small white boats pulled about in a
defiant manner, going nowheres and always J
trying to get there. AH were shipping their
seas most manfully, and the larger boats had
their sails reeled. Among this pigmy flock,
which scudded and glided about in every
direction Just before the race, the steamship
moved majestically down outward bound, and
passed within a stone's throw of the starting J
point where the race boats lay moored to the
slake boat. Close behind came the
THE EXCURSION- STE AUER,
the St. Helena, with her decks crowded with
passengers to witness ihe race. -
The scene upon the Battery was more ex- j
citing still. The crowd of spectators had been
momentarily rncrea?lng until several thousand
persons must have been present. Those most?
ly lined the south face of the Battery and the
east face, tor about one hundred yards up,
three or four deep, watching for the boats.
The gardens were all thronged with pedestrl
aus and crowds of children were at pl?y upon
the grass, in the neighborhood of the new tri?
bunal. Upon this stood the splendid Post
Band, discoursing marches, operas, Ac, and
materially adding to the pleasures of the al- j
ternoon. The breeze on shore was delicious
and the al ternoon most pleasant.
At twenty-five minutes past six the boats
were seen to leave the stake-boat and pull
oui to their posts. The blues havlog won the
choice of position, took the outside and held
on to a float anchored there for the purpose.
The reds held on to the buoy, and in this man?
ner they were aligned by Mr. T. P. Lowndes,
the starting umpire. The small craft now
cleared the course and moved down towards
the coming-in buoys. A puff of white Smoke
was now seen to issue from the stake-boat, to
give the crews warning, and at precisely
thirty seconds after another crash ot the gun
sent the two boats shooting along the course.
The veteran crew of the blues had for weeks
been quietly practicing the start, and as their |
oars caught the water flrst, the Meteor bound?
ed ahead of her opponent. The reds, how?
ever, soon settled to their work, and for about
two hundred yards the race was close. At
this point the blues put on a little, and their
boat drew slowly ahead of the other. The
boats at the start were about one hundred
yards apart, and they rowed along in full view
?f each other. As they drew near the bathing-1
louse, on the last half mlle, it was plainly
leen bow things were going.
THB INVINCIBLE LONG STROKE.
The blues had forged far ahead of their an
agonists, and the space between the boats
videoed momentarily. The Meteor's crew
?ere rowing a sweeping back-stroke, which
rave them the full advantage of their long
poon oars, and helped them greatly in the
ough water. Tho reds, from ?,he start, rowed
i quick short stroke, the men pulling with the
inns entirely, and swinging but little. As
bey-passed the Bathlog House the excitement I
ipon the Battery was intense, and wild cheers I
?ere sent after the boats. The reds now put
)n for the last quarter a quicker stroke, aod
twitched their boat aloog at a splendid pace,
tt was not to be, however. The swinging stroke
)f their rivals sent the Meteor along at a rate
vhlch defied pursuit, and the crew rowed with
i steadiness whloh was the presage ot success.
Yben about two hundred yards irom the end
if the race the stroke quickened, and the
irew responding with a vim sent their boat
lashing past the flag-boat rn magnificent style,
Vinning the race by nearly two hundred yards.
?he reds pulled through and passed the flag
?oat, where Mr. J. ?. Mathewes, the coming-in
impire, was stationed, fifty seconds after their
As soon as the boats had started all of the
raits on the bay, which had congregated
round White Point Buoy to see tbe start, put
in all oars and sall and came up in the rear of
he race boats, and along the whole mlle of |
he race the river was alive with sails and
wlftly-movlng crafts hurrying toward tho
mi. At this point dozens of small boats
hot out from the adjac^at wharves and yards
intll the river seemed alive with them. The
wo race boats now pulled back, the Meteor
irlth her flag flying, and were housed by their J
respective crews, wliosr.^ok bands and smiled
over the matter like true friends and gallant
rivals..- ? . '
In the evening the two boat cjubs, with
several Invited guest?, assembled at the hall
ot the Palmetloes, which was handsomely
hung with flags tor the occasion. The events
of the day were talked over, and the company
passed a pleasant evening in the interchange
of social courtesies appropriate to the. oc?
INCIDENTS OF THE RACE.
Devil fish were very common during the
afternoon. Several were seen leaping Into
the air; one hitched Into the anchor of one of
the floats and ran off with it, and one paid
some civilities to the anchor ot the stake boat,
which "Were highly appreciated by the occu?
The race was one mile exactly. The Wave
shipped several seas, and her crew were com?
UNITED STATES COURT.-In the District
Court on Saturday W. C. Chapman & W. B.
Burke, of Charleston, were, on their own pe?
tition, adjudged bankrupts.
CLUB3 A SD STARS.-Annie Heywood, arrest?
ed lor raising a disturbance on Elliott street,
and flying at the policeman in the Guardhouse
and tearing his coat, was sentenced to pay a
floe of three dollars or go to the House of Cor?
rection for twenty days.
A mad dog which was being chased by a
crowd of boys, at the corner of Warren and
Elog streets, and bita colored man who tried
to club it, was dispatched with a shot from a
revolver by one ot the police. The animal
was a common brindle cur of no value.
Andrew Rafferty, found lying in the Market
in a state of blissful Intoxication, was taken
to the Guardhouse and paid a fine of one
"THE HONEST REPUBLICAN PARTY."-A
promising movement bas begun among the
colored citizens of Summerville and vicinity,
looking to the formation of a new party in the
State with the above title, and a call has been
Issued, bearing the signature of about sixty
colored men, which urges the honest Republi?
cans in the State to call township meetings,
and select two persons for the Senate, two tor
county commissioners, two representatives,
two school commissioners, two for Judge of
probate, Ac, from each township, and then
cali a county meeting, 'and nominate from
those chosen by the townships the required
number of officers for the county; allot the
persons nominated to be members of tbe
parly, and the party support them and no
BURIED TREASURES UNEARTHED.-L oat
Friday mornlog two colored men, while dig?
ging a ditch on Noisette's Farm, near the
lorks of the road, unearthed a large iron pot
or kettle filled with specie, which looked as
If it had been burled for a number of years, lt
i having turned a dirty brown color. The pot
or kettle was made of iron, and was so rusted
that it fell to pieces on being lifted out. It
was filled with Spanish sliver dollars, doub?
loons and some Mexican gold coln, the size of
an American half eagle. The colored men
acted very cautiously about their discovery,
and lt only became known In the neighbor?
hood by a casual remark dropped by a colored
woman who had gone to give them their
dinner, and bad been given four or five of the
gold pieces wlih a warning to keep her mouth
shut. The lucky finders have concluded to
settle in life upon the proceeds of their fortu?
nate discovery, and will doubtless have a
special Interest hereafter In the subject of
FOR A NORTHERN PRISON.-Twenty-four
prisoners, convicted under the Ku-Klux act
and sentenced at the late term of the -United
States Circuit Court, left the city on Saturday
afternoon, on the steamship Champion, on
their way to the Penitentiary In Albany, New
York. They are under the charge ot United
States Marshal Wallace and Deputies Hubbard,
Coates, Anderson and Duncan. A military
guard, consisting of eight soldiers of the Third
Artillery, under the command of Lieutenant
C. M. Callaghan, also accompanied the party.
The prisoners are named and have been sen?
tenced as follows :
Leander Smith, $1000 fine, ten years' Im?
William Smith, $1000 fine, ten years' impris?
Plnckney Caldwell, $1000 fine, ?en years' Im?
Julius Howe, $100 fine, four years' imprison?
Allison Hays, $100 fine, four years' Imprison?
Lafayette Hood, $100 fine, three years' im?
James A. Sanders, $100 fine, two years' im?
Felix Dover, $100 floe, three years' impris?
William Banaler, $100 fine, eight years' im?
Walter Moore, $100 fine, eight years' impris?
Joseph Leckie, $100 fine, eight years' im?
William B. Barnes, $50 fine, one years' Im?
John C. Robinson, $100 fine, two years' Im?
Winiam Lowry, $10 fine, two years' Impris?
Benjamin Strickland, $10 fine, one years' im?
Ellas Burnett, no fine, eighteen months' Im?
Wm. M. Fulton, no fine, eighteen months'
Galbraith Hambrlcht, $500 fine, two years'
David Ransler, $100 fine, eight years' impris?
Elijah Harden, Miles Mcculloch. Wnlter P.
Anthony, Walter Dawson and Geo. S. Wright
FLOURISHING STEAMSHIP TRAD*- GREAT
CARGOES-IMMENSE FREIGHTS.-The vast trade
now enjoyed by our steam lines ls a gratifying
evidence ot their popularity with the public,
and ot the unequalled position of Charleston
tor doing a large business with the leading
Northern cities. The departure, on Saturday,
of two of the Northern bound steamers, with?
out a spare inch of freight room, shows the
flourishing condition of the business. During
ibe morning of Saturday the wharves of the
steamers were crowded by lines of drays,
carts, spring carts, wagonB, and every kind of
conveyance that could be made serviceable In
carrying barrels and boxes of'cucumbers,
squashes, tomatoes, Irish potatoes and other
products of our farms-about nine thousand
packages going in the two ships. During a
part of the time the passages were so blocked
as almost to prevent persons from getting by,
and there seemed lo be ho end to the Immense
amount of stuiT offering for the Northern mar?
ket. The steamship Champion, of the "Adger
Line," had one of her monster cargoes, among
which were near eight thousand packages ol
vegetables and one thousand one hundred and
seven bales upland cotton, of which about two
hundred and seventy came through by rall
from Mobile, and a large quantity ol other
merchandise; also, about one hundred and
arty passengers, some iwenty-four of which
were Eu-Klux prisoners, in charge of a guard
of eight United States soldiers under Lieuten?
ant Callaghan. The Sea Gull, for Ballimore,
bad a large and varied cargo, among which
were near oue thousand packages of ve&eta
Dles, cotton, rice, naval stores and sundries,
rte prompt voyages made by these superior
resselB, and the skill and accommodating
spirit of their officers, give unqualified satls
, THE "KELIANCE."-Tho Georgetown Times
says Mr. A. Morgan's new steamer cost from
$35,000 to $37,000 Instead of $$',1)00. ?
CONFIRMATIONS.-There were con fl rm at lo os
by Bishop Howe yesterday morning la Sb.
Paul's Church, in the afternoon at Grace
Church, and in tbe evening at St. Mark's
TBE GRANT RATIFICATION MEETING, held in
Columbia on Friday, was a small affair; only
about two hundred persons being present.
The usual speeches were made by Governor
Scott, Treasurer. Parker and Comptroller Nea
THE WEATHER yesterday was uncomfortably
warm, and the day might fairly lay claim to
the distinctive but unenviable appellation of
'?tbe hottest day of the season" thus far. The
thermometer rose to 94 degrees in the shade,
and continued at that unreasonable elevation
from about one o'clock until after four. To?
ward evening there was a refreshing breeze
from the west, and at about eight o'clock there
was a slight fall of rain, accompanied by a Tew
flashes of lightning.
THE HENDRICKS CABE.-In the United States
District Court'at Atlanta, Judge Erskine ren?
dered a decision last Saturday ia the case of
H. W. Hendricks, arrested for kidnapping
and brought before the United States Court
on habeas corpus. The decision was that the
writ of habeas corpus be sustained, and the
prisoner released on the payment of costs. At?
torney-General Hammond at once gave notice
of his Intention to appealto the United States
Supreme Court, and Hendricks was or?
dered to be kept in custody until ten o'clock
this morning,' which time was appointed for a
hearing on the question of ball.
CHOICE SECOND-HAND BOOKS.-We have re?
ceived from Messrs. Sotheran, Baer ? Co., of
No. 136 Strand, London, their catalogue of
ancient and modern second-hand books for
the months ol January, February, March and
April; also, their g?nerai catalogue of the best
editions of standard works offered at .dry
moderate prices. This firm ls an old estab?
lished one, and we cordially -recommend lt to
any persons who desire to renew or com?
plete their libraries. There ls hardly a stand?
ard work which cannot be found In the col?
lection of Sotheran, Baer A Co., who also
supply new books at the fullest discount from
the published price.
CRUMBS.-The night express train on the
Northeastern Railroad BOW leaves this city at
eight P. M., and arrives at six A. M.
A match game of base ball played last Fri?
day afternoon on the Arsenal grounds, be?
tween the Carolinas and the Stonewalls, result?
ed In a victory for the latter, by twenty-three
A thrifty German couple in Church street
are the happy parents of a boy infant only one
year old, who weighs seventy pounds.
It is said that the removal of Mr. Thomas H.
Bazin from the appraisershlp ot this port ls
the beginning of the "eonslderatlon" offered
by Grant for bis support in Philadelphia by
the South Carolina delegation.
Three new pumps are wanted by citizens on
Rutledge avenue, Coming and Charlotte
Meeting* This Davy.
German Rifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Charleston Zouave Rifle Club, Company A,
at 8 P. M._
Auction Sales Tnts Day.
Marshal Wallaee will sell at ll o'clock, at
No. 119 Meeting street, marble, stone, granite,
William McKay will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, holsery, &c.
Holmes A Macbeth will sell at 8 o'clock P.
M., at store corner Meeilog and Hasel streets,
balance of stock of hardware, guns, Ac.
? BUSINESS NOTICES.
DRESS GOODS REDUCED IN PRICE, at A. R.
Stillman's Dry Goods House, No. 281 King
street. Other goods la great variety and very
reasonable: Good stock of Cossimeres $1;
Tweeds at 50 cents; Linea Drills and Ducks,
Gauze and Silk-mixed Flaooels, Table Dam?
asks, Damask Napkins and Doylies, Marseilles,
Toilet, Honey-comb and Allendale Quilts,
Linen Sheeting, Pillow Linens, Towels, Rus?
sia, Bird-eye, Huckaback and Basket Diapers,
Crash, Dowlas, white and buff Piques, and
some striped and figured in black and colors,
Linen Cambric Handkerchleis at 64 cents each.
Fans, Hosiery, Gloves and Under-Vests for
ladles, misses and gents, of every description,
gent's Gauze Vests as low as 50 cents-, Toilet
Soap, very cheap, Paper Collars, Aimer's
Cologne, ic, f, ?c., at the Dry Goods House
of AB. Stlllmtt?, No. 281 Elog street.
PANAMA HATS and Gents' Coats, Pants, Ac,
nicely cleaned, and faded coats renewed at
Otto Bonn tag's, Wentworth street, near Arte?
sian Well. JuulO-m w2*
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., 244 Elog
street, have received per steamship Georgia
4 cases of 4-4 G. Clarke's U. S. Bleached cele?
brated Shirtings, which they offer for this
week at 15 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered In any market.
How WARM ARE TOU? Are you warmer
to-day than yesterday? Can yon tell your
friends exactly how warm lt waa on Saturday
the hottest day of the season-so far? If you
desire bereaiter to answer these questions
accurately and mathematically, go early this
morning and -purchase a Thermometer from
Walker, Evans A Cogswell, No. 3 Broad street.
The prices range from 75 to $2.
FURCBGOTT, BENEDICT A Co, 244 Eing
street.-150 rolls ftesh matting, received per
steamship Champion, 25 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, In all desirable shades, only 20
cents. 2 cases more of the 10-4, 11-4 and
12-4 Allendale Quilts, at $1 37 and $1 50. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods bas been greatly re?
duced In price.
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment. _ aprl6
DRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS J-Louis Coben
A 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 fuily twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of Importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. - Louis COHEN &
Co., No. 248 Elng street._ mayl6
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 60c.
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 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own lactory 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
BELFAST, IRELAND-Per Br bark Zella-380* ton s
phosphate ruck. "
Kaw YORK-Per steamship Champion-1107
bales upland cotton. 71 tierces of nee, i?6 bales
il?5?S?tiS-.a??.^00d8'168 emnty bbls, 67 bundles
paper, 1774 bbls potatoes, 6752 boxes vegetables,
BALTikfDRK-Per steamship Sei Onll-166 bales
cotton, 19 tierces rice. 2,9- b-a roMo, 10v> ca?ks
clay. 84 ooo fpet of lumber, 46 bbls tl ?ur, 648 crates
vegetaole, 177 bbls potatoes, 14 bales domestic*, l
horse, and 70 pKga sundries.
TUc Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NRWR, I
SATURDAY EVENING. Juue 8. 1872. }
COTTON.-The market was quiet and doll; the
transactions being confined to one factor, say 142
bales, mostly ml)da? g grade?, at 26Xc V lb, say
0 at 22He, 10 at 23, 126 at 25X0 ft tts.
BIM.-Thia grain was quiet but steady. Sales
83 tierces of clean Carolina at 8tfc fl m. We
quote com moa to fair at 7X@8X, good 8J?@8Xc
NAVAL STORKS -There were no sales reported.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $3 76 for
vlrglu, $2 90 for yellow dip and $1 90 for hard.
Pasmara.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on aea lalanda; via New
York, Hd on uplands, Xd on sea Islande; by sall,
?id nominal on uplands, cn sea islands nominal.
To Bavre- on nplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 on upland* and - on sea islands ; $160
fl tierce on rice; by sall \c lb ou cotton; - ft
tierce on rice; 6O0 fi barrel on roam; $8 ft M on
minier; $10 fl ll on timber. To Boston, by sall
?ic * lb on upland cotton; roam esc; resawed
storr $10310 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 ft H on boards, Xe fl ft on
cotton; by ateam $1 fl bale on New York rates.
To Phllatelphla, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
by sall, $8 ft M on boards; $9 60@io on timber; $a
per ton en clay, and $8a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam KC fi ft by sall, $6*60(97 ft
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 lumber freights
from Georgetown, s. O., Darion and SatUla River,
aa, and Jacksonville, fla., toNortborn porta,
ud $10912 fi sf are the rates on lumber and
BzoHAitai.-Sterling eo day bills 2iy"
DOMESTIC B?CHANOS.-The banka pnrchiee
sight checks on New York at par to % premium.
Outside they purchase at 1-16@X fl cent, pre?
mium, and seU at 3-160V premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 8.
Noon.-Consols G2>;. Bonds 90X.
FRANKFORT, Jane 8.
Nsw YORE. Jnne 8.
Noon.-Stocka steady. Gold steady at 14
Hooey easy at 6. Exchange, long 9X; short
10X. Governments dna and steady, state nonda
quiet and Orm.
Evening.-Freights Orm. Money easy at 4aC.
Sterling Gold 14x?al4X> Governments
closed % lower and heavy. Teunessees very; Arm
ac 72Xa73. Balance or southerns dall and steady.
Bank statement: Loans increased two and
three-eighths millions; specie decrease seven
elghtDB ufa minion; legai tendera increase one
ha r million.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 8.
Noon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands HXd,
Later.-cotton firmer; eales 12,000 bales; specu?
lation and export 3000.
Ev. nlng.-uotton dosed firm and unchanged.
Bombay sblpments to the 7th, since last report,
NEW YORK, June 8.
Noon.-Cotton steady; sales 647 balea; mtd
Evening.-Cotton qnlet and steady; sa'.e? ns?
balea; middlings 26)?c. s des of cotton rotures
to day it,?OJ biles, aa follows : June 203?: July
26Xav6%; August 26*a26X; Sep ember 23 ll-16a
S8Jf : October 2iX; November I9xai9 il la.
BOBTON, June 8.
Cotton qnlet and weak; middlings 28Xc; gross
receipts 4s3 bales; sales 300; stock 12,000.
PHILADELPHIA, JUDO 8.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 27?
BALTIMORE, Jnne 8.
Cotton dnll and nominal; uiidddogs sex a
26Xc; gross receipts 26; exports coastwise 32;
sales S3; last evening 42; atoen 2624 bale*.
NORFOLK, Jane 8.
Cotton quiet; low mlddliogs *t%u; net re?
ceipts 196 bales; exports coastwise 334; sales 60;
WILMINGTON, Jane 8.
Cotton Arm; middlings26c; net receipts7 bates;
exporta coastwise 61; sales -jo; stock 1446.
SAVANNAH, Jone 8.
cotton nominal; middlings 24Xa2iXc; nee re?
ceipts 282 bales; exports coastwise 4io; sales 35;
AUGUSTA, June 8.
Market nominal at 24**a25c; sales 183 nales; re?
ceipts il; HtocK by actual count 3963 bales, el
which 411 are sold.
MEMPHIS. June 8.
Cotton qnlet; middling 25a*6Xu; receipts 231
MOBILE, June 8.
Cotton nominal; middlings 26c; net receipts 47
bales; exports coastwise 1684; sates 160; stuck
NEW O ELS ANS, Junes.
Cotton nominal; middlings 23 c; net recelpta
108 ualra; gross 108; exports 3748; salta 4uu;
GALVESTON, Jone 8.
Cotton nominal: good ordiuary SUKc.; Bet re?
ceipts 16 bales; exports coastwise 114; atock 2909.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVBHFOOL, Jtue 8.
Evening.-Breadstnfft [quiet/ Short nb 3?s. Pd.
Common rosin 8s. 6d.
NEW YORK, June 8.
Noon -Flour qnlet and steady. Wueat qnlet
and firm. Corn firm. Pork quiet, mess $ia 20.
Lard steady, steam 9X*?Xc Turpentine 67a
57xe Rosin dull sud lu*er at $3 50for Strained.
Evening.-Fiuur active bnt unchanged. Wheat
a shade firmer, shippers boldlug uti. Corn Inac?
tive and lower at -88a70c. Pora qu et at $13 4ua
13 45. Lard firmer at sXaSXo. Navals, trade ia
dat. Sp i ri ta lu r peu tine aaa sold slowly at 66aa7X
in large lots aua 68a59c by barrel orders Runion
are essie ; for comm JU aD.ut 20 eta off la asked.
Tar and piten, nuue lo Ant hands. The lauor agi?
tai ion affects these two latter items j .st uow. as
their largest conan mers > re out ou the eight hour
movement. Groceries quiet.
CINCINNATI. June 8.
Flonr and corn ateady. Pork nominal. Lard,
demand nght and holders firm. Bacon, demaud
light aud holders firm. Wniakey 85c
LOUISVILLE, June 8.
Flonr weak; extra family $7 25. corn quiet.
Provisions steady. Pork $12 26. Bacon snouiders
6.s,c; sides 7>?a" s', packeu. Lard 9 a loc; orders
X nigber. Wniakey 8?a87c.
ST. LOUIS, June 8.
Whiskey 86a87c.'lPork, orders $12. Bacon lower;
shoulders6c; sides 9%; order lots uighur. Lard,
. BALTIMORE, June 8.
Flour dull and unchanged. Wheat, recelpta
and demand light. Corn, white serong aud ac?
tive at 78a80c: ra-xed We .tern 67a68. tun o uh;
Western 61a62c; bruht63a54; Western ?>6a68. Rye
quiet. Provisions dull and nominal. Whiskey
Interior Cotton Markets.
LAURENS, Jane 6.
The difficulty of shipping from thia point will
account mr the low prices compared with other
markets. We quote lor this market at 22Xc.
Littie if any offering.
UNION, Jnne 6.
.Cotton at 23c. 19 bales sold during tne week.
ANDESSON, June 6.
sales of cotton for the week ending to-d.-y 6
bales. Prices this afternoon rat'ge iroui 2ia23xc.
ORANOEBUKO, June 7.
Sales during the week 16 bales. We quute: Or?
dinary 2?c, low middling 23c, middling 24C.
RUCK HILL, June 7.
After last report our market steadily advanced
np to yesterday wheu salea were made as high as
?ftc lo-day the wire brings unfavorable news
and we canuot quote middlings above 24Xc; sales
of the week 68 bales.
MACON, June 7.
The cotton market ls firm at 23a2ixc fur mid?
dlings, bales 76 bales; receipts 7 (.nipped 31.
MONTGOMERY, June 7.
The market ls: quiet Good ordinary 22x0;
strict good ordinary 22??c; low middlings 23xc;
New York Ri cy Harket.
Nsw YORK, June 8.
The Dally Bulletin says: We do not dud much
change In the general position of thia market,
holders asking about former rates, and buyers
submitting fairly, and the feeling appearing
steady and uniform throughout. '1 he call la about
entirely from the trade, and the orders baaed In
the main upon positive wants; but lt la thought
that the distribution must materially Increase,
and owners of desirable parcels uf goods a1 e con
Odeiit. Domestic stock ls olalmed to be ia a
very strong position, and likely to advance w th
anv decided Increase of tbe demand. Sa es 260
bags Rangoon at 6Tia7>4c, and 25 tierces Carolina j
New,York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YORK, June 8.
The Dally Bulletin says: Rrcelpts to-day, 1829
bbls rosin, 386 do spirits turpem li e. The s toe
or spirits turpentine continues light and keeps
abi nt all sold up as fast as it arrives, bales ia
bbls at 67c, and 35 nols at57Xc. Ro lu ls dull and
decidedly weaker, with good strained o ire re t at
$3 co, but wltnout reported transactions worthy
of nute. Fine rosina are also rather quiet bat
steady. Salts 50 bbls No. 2 at $4,20b bbls pale at
f s, and. 100 bblB strained at S3 SO. Tar ls pearce
ano wanted, a? d prices show a decided advance
and held very strong. Wilmington quoted $4 60,
Washington and Newberne a. Pitch in fair Job?
bing loqolry at steady ?rices.
Weekly Augusta Market.
AUGUSTA, June 7.
COTTON RKVIRW.-At the opening o? the week
nnder review the market was quiet and boders
fir n at the closing quotation* or the previous
week, viz: -4c ror mi -dil; g The demand during
the first hair ol th? week waa mir, ina offering,
stock liberal, and prices appreciated fatly lc.
During the latter part or the ween the market
evinced little or no activity, the Agares of noy?
ers falling to meet the vtews of holders, wno.
were Arm In asklog 26J?C, while boyer* for the
most parc deciloed lo operate upon a .basis of
more than 2*c for middling. The market conse?
quently closed da 1 and nominal at 24xa*JSc, with
nuldera flrm In an early reaction, which will
yield them a higher price.
BOSTON, Jane 6.
COFFEE.-The market is very Arm fur all kinds
or coffee, and prices are gradually tending up?
ward. Sine . recent large movements In Java,
nothing has been done or any Importance, with
sales in bond at io>;a2l%c, gold; Rio at 15 aal8>? ;
Maracaibo and LaguayraatlSaiSc per pound, sro ul
In bO?d. In ->t. Domingo nothing has been done
for a week or two past, and prices are quite nomi?
COTTON.-Prices of cotton have rapidly advanc?
ed ander speculative lonu- nces at New fork, bot
there li little or no demand at the extreme prices
now current from manufacturers, and quotations
are entirely nominal. We q tote ordinary at 20&
a2lc ?cod ordinary at Maxine, low middling at
25>?a26c. and middling 28?a27o per pound.
bo M SST i cs-The upward movement in cotton
bas imparted more firmness to th? goods market,
hut the demand continues quite lin ht, and no
transactions of importance. Woollens also move
quite slowly, and the trade continues unsatisfac?
OONNT BAOS.-The market for ganny bags ls
quite dall and prices are nominal y 16al6&o cur?
onNriY CLOTH. -Thu article is Arm," with sales
or 1700 rolU domestic at iee ror prom or, and 17 xe
ror rutare delive y. Kow held at 16>? and ns a
18o per yard.
NAVAL MORES.-Spirits turpentine has declined,
and sales are now making at 631? .. in tar the
sates , have been In small lo s at $4a4 25 per bbl
for Wllml gton. Rosin ls quiet at $3 76a4 tor
common, and $4 26a4 60 for No 2. np to $6a7 60
p- r bbl ror nate, in pitch, sales at $4 60a4 76 per
bbl lor Sour hern.
Rios.-Carolina ls doll and no sales or any con?
s?quence. Prices range from 8ABXC per pound,
for common and prime. In Rangoon sales ai f>% a
7c. and in fair demand; ' and Paina has been Bed?
ing at luanna per poaod, In sault lots.
Receipt? per Railroad, Jane 8.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
726 bales cotton, 61 bales tr cods, 183 obis naval
stores, 1 car stock. To Kail road Agent, Frost,
Adger A co, G H Walter A co, Kinsman A Howell,
W a Smith A co, A s Smith, o Leioenrood, w w
smith. Dowie. Moise A Davis, Cohen, Hanokel A
co, H BulwInkle.C UlienthaU Tiedeman, Calder A
co, H Cobla A co, H Btocho? A co, W M Hird A co.
NORTHEASTERN BAIL ROAD.
408 bbU naval stores, cari lumber, mdse, Ac
To Barden A Parker, - R T Walker, Whllden A
Jones, Kinsman A Hovell, Chaoeaa A co, 0 Lei
benrood, E Welling, Walton, W A co, Railroad
Agent, aod other*.
Per steamship Champion, for New York-Miss
I L P Hnger, J B Hubbard. S J Coates. 0 ? Darling,
JD P Dauern, J w Anderson, G ? Tnxbnrry, S P
Russell and wire. Jas Mcconkey, T L James and
wife, L Spencer, W .-mutti, p caldwell, M Howe. C
Hood. F Dover, W Moore, Jos Leckie. J 0 Robin?
son, R H Wallace, G F Wallace, w L Brenner, KB'
Reason, J R Graves, Mrs J A Newman. Mrs W B
sarvls, W Lo wray , W M Fulton, 0 Barnett. W D
Barnett. B strickland, G Bambrlghc, E Harden, W
Mccullough, W Dawsou, A bayes, J Sanders, W P
Anthony, W Ramsay, D Ramsear, Q S Wright, J B
Taylor and wife, Mrs D Rlker, Miss-Biker, Mrs N
Brown, F P salas, W Davis, Miss J E carr. Bev A
Giouuie, wife and child, J H Jenka an i wife, Mrs
Dr L-land, Mrs J Foster, Mrs J W Bradley and
child. Mrs Woodberry, Mrs Hoyden, V Conyers. 8
Plncfcney, M Drayton; B W Aiken. J Coleman, T
Cochran, W Trumbull. 0 D McLean, Lciot Calla?
ghan and 8 ? s soldiers, F H Lafonrcade, Mrs J
Heriot, tl Redding, Mrs M Slegllng, Mrs Thoa Y
aimons, Mrs E 0 Horlbeck, Miss K Kruse, Master
F Riker, J A aimons, R Slegllng, Mrs Anson, Mrs
Gibbs and two children, W B Taylor, Miss Wood,
Mrs Baxter, J Go J rd I u, W Young, Capt Stewart,
J Smith, Mrs Becsman-and two children, C S Hol?
den, Q T Mitchell and wife. Mrs Lor ng, J Mad?
den, W Brown and wife, R D Brooseo, ? Brown,
M Wheeler, Mrs M R Bacot, A M Rhett, P Djyer, S
0 Gillette, wlte and child, and 84 deck.
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-Capt
Jas Berry, Mr? T 0 Whitehead. M St John, Mrs M
Au.ier-on. G McKenzie, A 0 Haynes and wife, Ed
Canon, Mrs M Asticroit, Miss A Ashcroft, Mr and
Mri A J Cartis and two children,. Miss L Garbed, J.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via
Beaufort, linton Head, and Way Lanuiags-Col
R S Duryea, E A Marshall, H W crouch, U Jones,
J Fi i z rimons, W Harrison, and one deck.
Per steamer city Point, from Palatka via
Jacksonville. Fernandina and Savannah-Miss L
Davia, H M Ohltd, J K Mio't, Lieut Egbert and 4
men, Mrs Harsnhn, W Bradford, Miss McNnlty, C
L carter. MTS Bomond, Mr Marshall, Mrs Cooper,
Mrs Marshall, and five deck.
Per B teamer Water Lily, from Edlato, Enter?
prise. Rockville, and Way Landings-Miss L
seabrook, F Schaffer and J M Whaler.
MOON'S F HAS XS.
Now Moon, 6ib. io honra. 4 min?tes, evening.
First Quarter, 14th. 2 hours, o minutes, morn'g.
Fuu Moon. 21st. l hoar, 30 mtuates, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 hoars, 8 minutes, evening.
R. a s.
CHARLESTON, S. 0.JONE 10, 1872.
oat 30 deg 4d min 88 sec. | Lon 70 deg 67 min 27 Bec
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-left
- instant. Mdse To Wagner, Unger A co, W
A Courtney A c i, Soutnern expr?s* co. J E Adner
co, B Boyd, J Apple, W M Bird A co. FC Berner,
tl Bischoff A co, J H Brenner, J H Brnnulng a
c ), Buick en A Wohl tina n, Mrs J M Brown, Coas
BerboBse, ? S Burnham, Jno Baker, U Bulwlnkle,
Major budlu gt on. Wm H Chafee A co. Cameron,
barkley A co, Chase A Outtiuo, T M Cater, Car?
rington, bornas A co, Cohen A Wells, L Chap?n,
Charleston Hotel, Dawson, Dowle, Moise A Davis,
K L David A co, P Darcy, P Daly, J B Dnval A
son, J Dawson, Mrs Dnniap, J S Fairly A co, R H
Gordon, Fors y the, Mc Co mb A co, D F Fleming A
co, B Feldmann A co, Geruard A Beecher, jno H
A co, R a Gant, Jno Graver A Bro, D F Gleason, R
Gowers A co, Hart A co, N A Hunt, F s Holmes,
tiolme* A caloer, J Heeaeman A Bro. J Hanlon. B
Reisling A inmg, Jeffords A co. J P Juhnson. WA
Jones, J R Johnson, Kilnck, Wlckennerg A O, U
Kerrison. Kjobeloch A Small, Kinsman Bros, A
Langer, Kinsman A Howell, Lanrey, Alexander A
co, P B Lalane A co, R Lewis, Ladd, Marun A
Mood, P L?tz. J W Linley, Wm Mattaie&seo, s R
Marshall A co, McLoy a Rice, J G Ml nor A co,
Wm McKay, Wm Mar cher, Wm Mitchell, R Mil?
ler, R n McDowell, P F Murray, Jno Maloney, T S
.Nlpson,D O'Neill, F L U'NeiU, F W Pelper, Paul,
Welch A Brandes, C P Puppenbelm, D Pani A co,
C F Pan Kum, W S Palmer, Kev A t Porter. W ?
Hanson, J K Read, Roach A Moffett, Thoa Roddy,
Rodgers A Rose, E Scott, Stoll, Webb A co, F von
san ten, H Slegllng, J F Taylor A co, M Tries t, J
H V?llers, P wioeman A co, L Welskopff, Walter
Steele, Thomas A Lanneaa. s H Wilson A Br?, O
F Wleters, Walker, K vans A Cogswell, E Welling,
J H Wuhrmann A co, W J Yates, and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings.
Mdse, Ac. To Ravenel, Holmes A co, M Tri est, M
Mc?orty, Frost, Adger A co, W M Bird A co, Mrs
M Galloway, P Walsh, Jas Salvo. Tiedeman, Cal?
der A co. T Campbell, Lizzie Barnes, F Kressel, A
M Adger, Col R s Duryea, D Lopez, Southern Ex?
press cu. ?
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlato, Enterprise
and Way Landings. 66 pugs vegetables, mdse
and sundries. To D Nisbet, F Richards. M Mc
Gurty. A Langer, S A Woodside, J Mitchell, D F
Fleming, W Whaley.
steamer Planter. Foster, Georgetown,SO. o
bales cotton, 8?o bbls naval stores, mdse and sun?
dries. To Ravenel A co, Mowry A son, Whllden
A Jones. W K Ryan, Mnrdaugh, Mathews A co, D
H sllcox. Barden A Parker, Kinsman A Howell,
Mrs S Watta, Bollmann Bros, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker, H Klatie A co, W L Webb, E Bates A co,
H Bischoff A co, Quackeabnsh, Estin A co, Order,
Sloop Ellen, from Cooper River. 400 bushels or
rough rice. To Ingraham A Son.
steamer City Point, McMillan. Palatka. via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah, i bale of
cotton, 17 bales moss, 10 bales vanilla, 1 lot hides,
6 cultivators, 3 Dkga mdse. To Ravenel A co, J
E Adger A co, Wltie Bros, W R Wll-.on, B F Mc?
Cabe, and J s Schirmen
A Spanish brig unknown.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Allier A CO.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-Pani O
British bark Zella, Holten, Beirast, Ireland-H
Bark Tidal Wave, Crosby, MesBlna, Sic, via Fer?
nandina- w B smith A cu.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Steamship Sea Gall, Dation, Baltimore
Brig Caroline Gray, Snow, Cbisolm's Island,
FROM THIS POST.
steamship soutu Caroling .Beckett, at Hew
York. June 8. TJ "
British ship Julia, Baker, at Liverpool, June -fl.
Bru Mincie Abby, Harding, at Beatfoo, S 0, >
June 6. ? .
/'M?r L T Knight, McIntyre, at Beaufort, 8 0,6th
UP FOB TnTIS PORT.
: Sehr Garrie A Behtley, -Falkenbongh, at New:
?York, Jnne o. - - '??? ] . ;
MARINE NB WS-BY TELEGRAPH;
:. * NEW YORK. Jane 8. .
Arrived, steamships Germania, Algeria, Tarifa,
Sehmidt and Leo.
WrtimfflTOH, Jane 8. ?
The Shanghai, hence for New Vont, threw over
838 bois rosin at Frying Pan Shoats and retained
The celebrated rebel steamer Sea King alias tho
Shenandoah, was totally wrecked in the roadstead
or Zanzibar dnrtng the cyclone or Aprit 16. She
wa-, latterly known as tue'screw steamer Bl Alad>
J id I. and was owned by the Sultan ol ZaozlOar.
Tne Harriet Gardner, Maller, front Georgetown,
S C, arrived at New York June 6. -'
. PORT OF GEORGETOWN, 8.0. ' -
Sehr S E Woodberry, Woodberry, from Balti?
more, Janel. !>?
Sehr L Warren, Roberts, from Elizabeth City, 5
0, Junee. '
CLEARED. - . ftJC't
Sehr Nellie Belle. Kean, lor Waldoboro', Me,
with lamber, Mav 30.
tschr a E Davis, Gottre?, for New. York, with
lamber, Jone 1. _
Sehr o s Webb. Homer, for. New York, wit* ns-'
val stores, Jnne L
Sehr Snsan Wright, Mount, for New York, with
naval stores. Jans 4. . ? .. l .?
MSW YORK AND OHABXJBBTOS
STEAMSHIP TASTBi: f$J ' ' ;
SST AB L IS H E D 1846.
The splendid Side wheel Steamship MANHAT?
TAN, M. S. Woodhall Commander, will sall from
Adaer'a sooth Wharf on SATURDAY, the ie th or
Jnne. at l o'clock P.M., . ... '..>?:
?rThe MANHATTAN is one of the fastest
Steamships on the Atlantic Coast, and ls hand?
somely fitted up for passengers. . '"?
mxr Manne Inaurance by cms line nan*per cent.
kW Through Bills of LAdlng given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and th? Sevang*
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Paassge Engagements, apply to
jonlO-S , JAMES ADOER ALAXL,,Agents.
rpHE PHUiADELPHU LEON STEAM
A LINE. .y;'
THE FIRST-GLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley, - :
GULF STREAM, Captain Eunter-.
Are now regularly on the lane, insuring a first
class sea connection between Palladelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all pointa lu the Cotton States, .and
to and from Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest, Boston1,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen
49"The VIRGINIA ts appointed to sail from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, June uta, at 12
o'clock M. ^.
sa-The GCIF STREAM win rona*.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, Ne. IS
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
p-OK N ? I . I O A K . *
ON TUESDAY, -JUNE ll, AT 7
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The splendid New iron sidewWi Steamship
G E O R G I A , Holmes, Commander, will
sall for New York on TOTSDAY. June nth, at 7
o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wnarves.
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and tho
New England cttlea as usual. -V_. '
InauT-nce bv steamers of this Line K percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement*, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations,apply
to WAGNER, BUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad street,
or to WM. A COURTENAY,No. 1 Union Wharves.
JJEDUCTION IN PASSAGE SATES I
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
Rill way station or Seaport in Great
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Heumar*,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and tao
Cabin Fare from'New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam*
era $60. By Saturday's steamers $66 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120. '
Intermediate, $33; steerage, $28, all payable In
Partiea sendinz for their friends in the Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
Fjr farther particulars anply to the Agents,
HENDERSON BROTH fa! RS,
Ne. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.,
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprll-SmosDAw_Charlean, s. 0.
CWR LIVEKPOOL, VIA q??iuNt?TOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES. MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
WU1 dispatch one of their first.class, full power
Iron Sorew steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office Na 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to ^
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 08 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills lading to Liverpool Issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamera, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Fr?tent apply to
JAMES ADOER A 00.,
WAGNER, HUGER A OA.,
mav6 Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
J10R WEIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN*
The steamer MARION, Cap.
tain w. F. Adair, ia now re-.^_
calving Freight at Accommodation whan, aud
will leave on TUESDAY NIGHT, the nth Inst.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For Freight engagements apply to Captain oq
board, or to RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
junio 2 No. 177 East Bay.
OB F L O B. I D A ,
_The splendid Steamer. _
CITY PuLbi.Cantara MCMILLAN
win leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVKNIMQ,
at half past 8 o'clock.
AND ALL LANDINGS ON .ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, 01TY POINT lean* Palatk*. FRIDAY
MORNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
amving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having rirat-Olaas Ac?
commodations, apply to js'
RAYENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf and East Bay,
m ay io