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SROOUSe AFFRAY IS MARKET
One Dian Killed.
About twenty minutes before ten o'clock
last evening two young men, the on? a Span?
iard named Francis Victor Valdez, and the*
other a Cuban named- Perez, engaged in
an affray with revolvere- on 'Market street,
near Meeting. Perez was shot through the
right lang, and died at the City Hospital at ten
minutes past ten. Both were young men In
the cigar-making and Belling trade, and at the
time of the difficulty were standlog on the
sidewalk discusing the war In Cuba. Upon
thia question they quarrelled, and one of them
applied the term "traitor" to the other. Both
drew their revolvers, and begau firing rapidly.
When seven shots had been exchanged Perez
iel!, and his antagonist made off.
The wounded man was taken into the cigar
store at the corner, where medical aid was
summoned to his assistance. Upon examina?
tion, lt waa found that a ball had entered his
breas t irbout lour inches below the*collar bone
and about an Inch to the right of the cartilage
dividing; the. rib?, and bad passed directly
through the right lnog. Perez was conscious,
and spoke at times, asking the doctor not to
leave hun. He sank rapid'y, however, and the
city wagon having been sent lor, he was con?
veyed to the hospital, where every remedy
waa tried to revive him. His heart beat
talntly for a few momenta, and he died at the
The deceased was a young man in apparently
good circumstances. The ball did not pass
ont, b?t remained In the body, which made lt
necessary for the wound to be probed. No
blood came from the wound, and lt is sup?
posed that his quick death was caused by in?
ternal hemorrhage. His pistol was picked up
and three ol the chambers were empty.
Lieutenant Chapman, of the police force,
who was quickly upon the scene, started In
pursuit of Valdez, and arrested him abont ll
o'clock In* a house lu George street. He re?
fused to let the lieutenant enter the house,
and the latter was obliged to jump through
the window to make the arrest. The prisoner
ls held at the Guardhouse.
SUDDEN- DEATH IN SAVANNAH.-Mr. E. C.
Hough, tbe paying relier of the Merchants*
National Bank, of Savaunab, was found dead
in his bed on Tuesday last. It 1B supposed
that he died of heart disease.
QUICK . PASSAGE-The Merchants' Line
schooner Myrover, Brown, commander, left
Charleston on the 5th Instant, and arrived at
New York on the lOth Instant-five da; ? pas?
sage. She was laden with limber iud re-j
sawed lamber. This ls as anica: a passage aa
has ever been made between the ports lumber j
? PLEASANT TRIP.-Attention Is invited to
tbe regular excursion trip upon which the
steamers of the' Mount Pleasant and Sulli?
van'? leland Ferry Company go every after?
noon. A'visit to Mount Pleasant, Sullivan's
Island and other points, with a charming sail
anon the waters ot oar bay, fill up two hours
or more most pleasantly,- and all of this ls
within reach ot every one for the moderate I
Bum of twenty-five cents for the round trip.
SOUTH' CAROLINA PHOSPHATE AND RIVER
MINING COMPANY. - At the annual meeting of
the Booth Carolina Phosphate and Phosphatid
River Mining Company, the following officers
were elected to serve daria? the ensuing year:
Wm. Gurney, president; A. 'anale treasurer;
E. Willis, superintendent ; Hon. A. G. Magrath,
solicitor; Theodore P. Wagner, A. 0. Bowen,
Geo. H. Walter, Henry Card, C. T. Mitchell, R.
Cf-Barkley, Timothy Hurley, directors.
THE MORNING STAB AND CATHOLIC MESSEN?
GER. -We received a call yesterday from Mr.
J. Kelleher, the travelling agent pf the above
named flourishing weekly, ol which Father A.
J. Ryan, the famous poet-priest, is edltor-ln
ehlef. The Messenger is a large, handsome,
anl we need hardly add, ably edited Catholic |
paper; and Mr. Kellatier, on exhibiting speci?
men copies; will doubtless secure many will- ]
leg subscribers among the Catholics ol
TAX SALES.-The sale of real property for
taxes dne was resumed yesterday, at 12 Ml, in
front of the Fire-proof Building. The attend?
ance ?as ss small as usual, and the bidding J
even less spirited. Of eighteen pieces of j
?property sold, twelve were Knocked down to
the State for the taxes, without a bid outside,
and the other six pieces were eold as follows,
lor tbe taxes, the purchaser taklog a fraction
less than the wbole interest:
No. 142 Queen street, vacant lot, to E. P.
No. 2 Wall street, vacant lot, to E. P. Wall.
No. 365 Bast Bay, vacant lot, to E. P. Wail.
No. 20 Maizyok street, house and lot, to E. P.
House and lot in Nassau street, belonging to
Jacob D. Motte, trastee, to E. P. Wall.
. Vacant lot in Cannon court, to John Mul?
The sale will be resumed to-day, beglnninz
ii the letter "N."
HANDSOME PRESENTS FOR THE SAVANNAEJ
8CHDT2?N.-Mr. Joseph Bock, the well-known
goldsmith, is now at work upon the presents
which the German Rifle Club of Charleston
will present to ita fellow dab of Savannah at
the approaching Fest of the latter. The first
Is a heavy silver chain and medal of fine
workmanship. The meda! ls round, sur?
mounted hy aa eagle, and on one side ot it is
the coat of arms of the State of Georgia, and
on the other an appropriate Inscription. The
other ls a large gold medal, to be presented
to the king. Tne medal le octagonal, and
hangs from a pin la the shape of two bands
clasped, over which ls a target with two cross
rifles. On o ne side of lt ls a wreath of oak and
laurel, and on the other the following inscrip?
tion: "To the first Klag of the youngest Elfie
- Clab, Savannah, Ga., from the oldest Rifle
Glob, Charleston, S. C, Junen, 1872." Mr.
W. Fischer, the Bkilfttl engraver, bas tastefully
executed his part of the work. The delega?
tion which will bear these presents leave on
Sunday, and the Savannah and Charleston
Railroad has kindly consented to take them
to and from Savannah lor one fare, issuing
tickets wblcb will be good for ten da;g. *
THE NEW YORE VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Pally Bulletin or Tuesday, June ll, says :
The receipts of old potatoes are less liberal,
and prices show a little more steadiness,
though without quotable improvement. Green
vegetables are In but lair demand, as usually
the case on Mondays, and prices without
essential change. Our quotations for pot atoes
are In bulk; in shipping order 50o per barrel
?"^^-add.ed- Bermudas are held at $9 from
T^N^?I?theril$2 50a5- We quote old as
60a?n?? P?T barrel for Peaohblows; $1
wnitee, JU WAI 75 for Prince Alberts In vei/e
ables we quote green peas $Sa4 50 per bbl
da .-Long Island, two bushel ba? Li sn
Carrow $4a*4 50 per barrel. ?a?s lUt
lor Jersey and Lone Maud, SrSSta???S
Russia turnips $3a$3 50 per barrel PZ ^
SI 60a$2. Onions, 50ca$l for r*d, and ataoS?
tbe same for white. Spinach 75u per barrel
Bermuda tr iuatoea$la$i 12 per box; do onlona
12 per 'jrate. Rhubarb $2<t3 per iou
buncnes. Jersey and Loni: Island asparagus $2
a2 50 per dozen: do. Oyster Bay $3a3 50 per
dozen. Lettuce $1 60A2 per 100. Sp roma $150
per barr el Cucumbers* lal 50 per crate. Sum?
mer squash per crate Slal 50. New turnips
|2a6 per 100 bunches. New cabbages I2a2 50
THE BOARD OF HEALTH.
A regular meeting of the Board of Health
was held yesterday at the office of the city
registrar, Mayor Wagener presiding. Dr. B.
A. Muckenf uss was appointed a member ol the
board for the rest of the term'in the place of j
Mr. H. B. Olney, resigned..
A communication from Dr. Buist, the sur?
geon of the City Hospital, waa read, showing
tbe increased tax upon the means of the Hos?
pital by reason ol the large number of imbe?
ciles and lunatics which had been sent down
from Columbia. Over twenty-six of these un?
fortunates were now there. The city had to
support those irom Charleston, bat lor those
from the other parts of the county be required
the county commissioners to pay at the rate ol
fitly cents per day lor each person. In con?
clusion, the surgeon states that bis accommo?
dations for this number were en irely Insuffi?
cient, and asked that additional facilities be
allowed him, and the enlargement of the Hos?
pital be taken into consideration. On motion
of Dr. E. Geddings the communication was
referred to the committee on hospitals, dis?
pensary, &c, lo report to the board at the
A communication of Dr. M. H. Collins, ask?
ing payment for fifteen thousand four hundred
pounds ol chloride of lime, at eight cents per
pound, furnished to the city last summer at the
request of Mayor Pillebury, while the writer |
was acting as city Inspector, was referred with
the attendant papers to Messrs. W. G. DeSaus
sure and Thos. M. Hanckel. to report at the
An able and lengthy paper, by J. F. M. Ged?
dings, was read, on the prevention of the con?
tamination of tbe atmosphere from sewer
emanations', by means of lunnel-sbaped fix?
tures adapted to th ""-?nings on the street.
Ia these funnels the v,. uer recommended the
use of a liquid disinfectant composed of
pound of crude carbolic acid, one pound of |
white vltrol and two pounds of copperas, mix?
ed In twenty gallons of water. The matter |
was referred to the city engineer to report, as
to the adaptability ot the fixtures to tbe drain
openings on our streets.
The registrar ls now using for tbe draih
openlngs the composition recommended In the
abovs communication, and the expense is
found to be leas than by tbe ordinary methods
of chloride ol lime and copperas alone. This
carbolic acid preparation is manufactured at
the Artesian well lot, in Meeting street, and
will be distributed by the Inspectors, and lur-1
n shed to the citizens at the various depots.
The universal testlmoDy now le tbat carbolic
acid ls one of me best ll not the most power
1 tul disinfectants known.
' Alter discussing some matters of no public
! Interest the board adjourned.
LADIES MEMORIAL ASSOCIATION.-The an-1
nt'&l meeting of this asoclatlon will be held at
the Widows' Home, in Broad street, this af?
ternoon, at half-past five o'clock. Officers J
tor the ensuing year will be elected, and other [
business ot importance transacted. ->
.THOSE TAXES.-The Deutsche Zeitung says:
"Mr. D. Haasens, ot this city, paid hia taxes in
full up to 1871 inclusive, but recently saw lils
property advertised for sale. He looked about
for his receipts, but could not .find them, and
tbe State presented him with the. following,
' little bill: . State tax, $39 60; county tax, $13 20;
poll, $1; penalty, $10 66; costs of treasurer,'
$i 14; advertising, $2; total $70 50. The taxes I
on this property for the year before were $37.' |
EXCURSION OF GOOD TEMPLARS.-A grand
moonlight excursion wlU be given ou tbe eve-:
nlng of the 24th of June, by Washington.
Lodge, No. 1,1. 0. of G. T., on tbe steamer St.
Helena, which will leave Market wharf at half
past eight o'clock precisely. A large number
ot ladles have been invited and will be pres?
ent, and the excursion in the bands ot the j
courteous and efficient committee, composed
of Messrs. T. G. Jeffords, H. Sonntag and E.
B. Earle, cannot fail to be a delightful success.
THE MI-HAW ZOUAVES.-A colored company
of Zouaves have been organized lately under
the above name, and on Tuesday evening last (
held a meeting at Military Hall, when the fol- t
lowing members were elected officers : C. S. t
Miller, captain; Isaac Sawyer, first lieutenant; t
Edwd. Labi to ue, second lieutenant. The com- fl
pany now numbers near seventy-five men.'
The uniform consists of red puffed pants, blue J
jackets trimmed with yellow, blue sashes, red 1
caps with blue tassels, white shirts and white f
canvas shoes. Tbe officers' uniform will have .
a finish of gold lace In addition to the rest. ,
THE GRAND SACRED CONCERT for the benefit v
of the new German Church takes place this
evening, and promises to be a rare treat to f
the lovers of vocal and Instrumental music, t
The splendid programme has been rehearsed i
and practiced by the best musical talent la the I
city, amateur and professional, iud Professors i
Eckel and Heinemann, who will conduct the 0
concert, have beea unremitting ia their efforts f
to perfect every detail ot the concert. With .
these advantages it ls but reasonable to hope
that the music will be as floe as the attendance
ls sure to be large.
CLUBS AND STARS.-Christopher Boag, re?
ported for having bis chimney on fire at No. 8 I,
Cromwell's court, had bis case continued until 11
this morning. I ]
Julia Spear, arrested for being drunk and ?
raising a disturbance la Hasel and Meeting (
streets, was sentenced to pay a flue of one dot- t
hu*, with aa alternative ot ten days ia the 1
House of Correction. ; .
One cow, found enjoying herself In the City [
Hall Park, was fined one dollar. Her owner
settled. r i
Not a single case was reported from the jj
upper wards. f
GIVING THE DAWGS A CHANCE.-The rigor?
ous measures threatened on the 15th Instant
against the wandering curs will be executed in
lull, but the matter will be so arranged thar
any valued animal which strays from Its owner
may be recovered before a pistol bullet endB
its mortal career. For -this purpose a pound
for dogs will be established at each Guard?
house. Any animal found astray upon the
street will be taken to the nearest Guardhouse
by the police and there placed In the pound.
They wUl be kept there for forty-eight hours,
daring which time they can be recovered if t
called lor by the owner and the fine paid. At 4
the expiration of that time, if not reprieved t
by being called lor, poor Tray will .go the way \
of all flesh. _ _ (
THE STATE CIRCUIT COURT.-In the Common
Pleas before Judge Graham: t
Jno. F. Habenicht vs. Tone/ Stafford, action j
for damages for the detentl -n of a horse, t
which the defendant, the o wne - of the charter
of the James Island Ferry, did not take across -
to James Island from this city at the time
agreed up. Verdict for the plaintiff for forty 1
Martin Caulfield vs. L. I. Woolf, action lor
the recovery of furniture sold by Mr. R. White 11
and delivered to defendant on the order of the Ic
plaintiff. Verdict for the plaintiff.
Samuel A. c. Steed, attached for absence on
Monday, was added tojury list as superuume- 6
Jurors were then discharged until Monday ]
next at tea o'clock A. M. " (
Court then adjourned until Friday, 14th In- 1
stant, when the issue docket will be called and t
the cases assigned for trial. c
'I'ti. Li VXlAMUUk
UNITED STATES COURT.-In the District
Court, before Judge Bryan, the real and per?
sonal property of William West, bankrupt,
was ordered to be sold on the premises on the
Gth of July, the latter for cash, and the former |
on a credit o? six months, and In tracts to suit
the purchases. All of the creditors wera
also ordered to establish their liens against j
the estate within ninety days, and the known
lien creditors to be notified at once.
THE GERMAN SCH?TZENFEST OP 1872.-Prom
the report of President Melchers, read at the
last annual meeting of the German Bille Club,
the following figures concerning the late
Sch?tzenfest are taken :
Sale booth-).$1763 oo
Snooting Ktand.. 023 00
ets. 1645 85
Adver Ising In
programmer.. 326 oo
Receipts in 1871. 4910 30
Prizes. 603 25
Rntert'ng guests 870 60
Wages. 408 00
incidental. 307 is.
Expenses in 1871 3104 40
Net prontsfor 1872.tyjt ?.
Net pronta for 1871. 1806 81
Excess in 1872. 81881
Hotel Arrivals-Jane 13.
G. M. McIntyre, South Carolina; J. W. Cow?
ard, Effingham, 8. C.; W. Brown, Gourdln's;
J. H. Alexander, Camden; J. B. Strickland,
Far Bluff, S. C.
B. McIntyre, Hilton fi ead; H. H. Jones,
Macon; E. T. Moore, South Carolina.
Meetings This Day.
Ladies' Memorial Association, at half-past 5 j
Charle?ton Social Mounted Clnb, at 4 P. ll.
Washington Lodge, A. F. M., at 8 P. M.
Marlon Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
Irish "Volunteers, at 8 P. M.
Catholic Institute, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales This Day.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at j
their store, bacon shoulders.
Paul B. Lalane A Co. will sell at ball-past 9 |
o'clock, at ihelr store, butter, haras, Ac.
Wm. McKay win sell at 10 o'clock at his
store, dry goods, notions, ?fcc.
Leitch A Bruns will sell at ll o'clock, at the |
Postoffice, real estate.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At the regular communication of Orange j
Lodge, No. 14, A. F. M., held on Monday evening,
Juno icth, 1872, the following preamble and reso?
lutions were unanimously adopted :
Kot often In tts history has the Bad duty devolv
ed upon Orange Lodge, No. ll, of mourning at the j
same time the loss of three of ita members. Death
bas stricken from our roll of the living, almost at
one felt swoop, the aged, the middle aged and the
young; and we now address ourselves to the
mournful duty or placing upon record our broth?
erly tribute to the memories or Dr. Samuel H
Dickson, James B. O'Riley, and Theodore D. Clan?
cy, or the many virtues which distinguished each
ot them in. their dally, aile, and or the great loss
to their fellow-citizens, other societies and organ?
izations have borne testimony. It is-as Mas?os
that we knew ta em best and esteemed them
Not many now present enjoyed the honor of
personal acquaintance or friendship with the late
Dr. Dickson; since, for the list fourteen years, be
bas been a professor lo tbe Jefferson Medical Col?
lege or Philadelphia. We do know, however, that
he first saw Masonic light in this Lodge, on ihe
Uh April, 1820; that he served as its senior war?
ien In 1821, and as Its worshipful master In 1822,
find tass ever continued to be a bright and shin
ng light tn the fraternity, conferring honor upon
he craft by the beauty and dignity or his lire and
>y his distinguished attainments ia literature and
Brother James B. o'Riley was our senior war?
ien in 1844, and our worshipful master In 1846,
md was ever an active and zealous member or I
.he Lodge, until smitten by the disease which in
sapacltated him from the performance of the active
loties cf life, and which, for several years, has
>een slowly I it surely eating his ll'e away. We
rarled him or, Sunday, the 6th May last, with Ihe
lonors or our ancient order, agreeable to hts
He : ito lived that when hlB sommons came to
oin the ionumera'ile caravan that moves io the
>ale realms of shade, where each shall take bis ?
chamber in the (lieut halls of death, he went not
Ike the quarry slave at nig^r., scourged to his
lunge jn, but sustained and Boothed by an un
altering trust approached lilt grave like one who
vra; s the drapery ol his conon about him and
lea down to pleasant dreams."
On the following sunday, May 12, we followed
di that was mortal or Theodore D. Ciaocy to tbe
omb. He was more peculiarly one or us. He
nay be taldto havejuat entered upon lire; tbe
rashness or youth still rested upon his brow, and
vlth buoyant heart and hopes thick clustering
mund bim like the blossoms or May, a long Ufo
ir usefulness and honor seemed opening before
dm. But alas, for buman hopes and human
)lan8l The suddenness or his death startled
is, and teaches ns the uncertainty and the van
ty or this lifo, and the necessity or belog ever
)repared for an entrance into the Temple not
nade with hands. Be it, therefore,
Resolved, That la the demise of our past mas?
ers. Samuel Henry Dickson, James B. U'Rlley
ind our younger brother, Theodore D. Clancy!
?range Lod.e, No. 14, bas been bereaved of her
?ildren, und refuses to be comforted because
hey are not.
Resolved That we will ever cherish their mem
iries, emulate their virtues, at>d Imitate tnelr ex
iruples in all that was high and noble and greet
ind Hoon. ^ m. ?
Resolved, That suitable page? In our Minute
?OOK bu in-cnb-d with their nam's, and that our
litar b? draped in mourning for the apace oi three
Resolved, That we offer our respectful sympa
hies to their .bereaved families, and that a copy
J th-se proceedings be communicated to them,
ind a so be furnished THU NEWS and Courier for
Extract from the Minutes.
JOHN B. REEVES, Secretary.
IMPORTED SELTZER'S WATER, warranted gen
llne, by A. Tlefenihal. ., Junl3-3
PANAMA HATS and Gents' Coats, Pants, Ac,
ilcely cleaned, and faded coats renewed at
Jtto Sonntag?*, Wentworth street, near Arte
iian Well. . *
FORCHGOTT, BENEOICT A CO., 244 King
ilreet, have received per steamship Georgia
[ cases ot 4-4 Eilerton U. S. Bleached cele
?rated Shirtings, which they offer for this j
veek at 16 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap
>8t Shirtings ever offered In any market.
YB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard
ler's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
vews Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es
abllshment aprl6 .
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS !- Lonls Cohen
b Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
>ublIo to their Fresh Stock of Dress Gooda,
ust received, comprising the latest novelties
ind styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
?er cent, below their cost of Importation, A
rall Is respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN A
Jo., No. 248 King street._ mayl6
FORCHOOTT, BE X EDICT A Co, 244 King
ilreet.-150 rolls fi ebh matting, received per
iteamship Champion, 26 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, in all desirable shade?, only 20
lents. 2 cases more of the 10-4, 11-4 and
2-4 Allendale Quilts, at $1 37 and $1 60. Bal
ince of our Dress Goods has been greatly re
luced In price.
The cn ariel ton Cotton, nice and .Naval
OrriC? CHARLESTON NKWH, 1
WEDNESDAY EVENING, Jane 12,1872. I
COTTON.-Market dull. No sales; quotations
RICI.-There was a moderate Inquiry lor this
gram. Sales 120 tierces or olean Carolina, say 32
tierces at 7c; 13 at 8)?, 75 on private terms. We
quote common to fair at 7X@8c, good 8 (?@8,Xc
NAVAL STORKS.-Receipts 306 bbla spirits and
lise bois ro ?in. Spirits turpentine was somewhat |
dJIL Sa es about 200 bbls at 6la52c as to pack- J
ages. So atock in first bands. Rosins were dnll
and no.sales reported. The market waa bare of
common rosin. Crude turpentine may be quoted
at $3 5i> for virgin, $2 75 for yellow dip and $ t 80
FBIIOHT8.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi
aal on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via Kew
fork, Xdon uplands, \d onsea ls lands; by sall,
Xd nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To aa vre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York
ny .team $2 on Upland? and - on sea islands ; si to
ft tierce on rice; by sall Xe V ft on cotton; - fi
tierce os rice; 60o fl barrel on rosin ; $8 fi tl on
mmxtr; $10 fi Mon Umber. To Boston, by eau
40 fi Bi on npland cotton; rosin 05o; resawed
stun* $1091060; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fi lion boards,He fi lb on
cotton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York rates.
To Phllaielphla, by steam $2 fi on cotton; I
by sall, $8fi X on boards; $s 6o@io on timber; $8
par ton enolay, and $8a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team ?o ft ft by sau, $0 ?O@7 fi
M on boards; $8?8 60 on timber; $8 26 fi
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lamber rreigate
Tom Georgetown, s. 0., Danen and Satina River,
Qa, and Jacksonville, Fla?, to Northern porta,
ind $IO@12 fi M are the rates on lamber and
EXCHANGE,-sterling 60day billa 24%
DOMBBTIO EXCHANOS.-The banks purchase
sight checas on New York at par to x premium.
Outside they purchase at l-is@x fl cent, pre?
mium, and sell at Z-lN&K premium.
GOLD-13 x 'ii 14 X.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 12.
Noon.-Consols 62X- Bonds 905i.
FRANKFORT, Jane 12.
Kaw YORE. June 12.
Koon.-Freights Arm. Stocks dud aud weak.
Gold heavy at 18%. Mo. ey easy at 6. Ex?
change, long OX; snort lox. Governmentsdnil
and heavy, mate bonds dnd and steady.
Evening.-Fn-Lihts a shade Armer. Morey 4a
6. steniup 9j?u?j-i, Gold 14X- Governments
dnll and XaX lower. Tennessees strong; balance
of Souiuerns.qniet and arm.
LIVERPOOL, June 12.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands nxd,
Later.-cotton dull; uplands u XallXd, Or?
leans ll3id: sales lo.ouO Dalis; speculation and
Evenlug.-Cotton cloged doll and nncbanged.
NEW YORE, June 12.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 100 bales; mid-1
Evening.-Cotton nominal; sales 2027 bales;
middlings 28Xc sale-, of cotton futures to-day
6760 bales, as follows : Jane 24Xa26; July 26Xa
?ny,; August 28a2fl M3; september 2ajfa28 7-1?;
October 20%; November lBJia?O; December 19*.
BOSTON, Jane 12.
Colton dnll; middlings 20c; net receipts 184
bales, gross 184; sales loo; stucit 1L600.
PHILADELPHIA, June 12.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20x0.
.<..'. BALTIMORE, Jnne 12.
'Cotton dnll and nominal; middlings 2?a2sxc;
gross receipts 86 bales; exports coastwise 2*1;
sales last evening iii; stock 2?2L 1
Mos POLE, Jnne 12.
Cotton qujet; low middlings 24Xo; net receipts
624 bdles; exports coastwise 297 bales; stock 2.08
WILMINGTON, Jane 12.
Cotton firm; middlings 24c; net receipts 10
baie*; stock: 1874.
SAVANNAH, June 12.
Cotton qnlet and demand aman; middlings
24*0; net receipts 84? bales; sales 35; stock 6012
A co CST A, Jnne 12.
Cotton dull and nothing doing; middlings
MEMPHIS, June 12.
Cotton quiet; middlings 25a:&xc; net receipts
MOBILE, June 12.
Cotton Irregular and nominal; middlings 24xc;
net receipts 1; sales 100 ; stock 8762 bales.
KEW ORLEANS, June 12.
Ccttnneaay; middlings :&Xc; net receipts 146;
gross 243; Bales 800; stocx 42,691 bales.
GALVESTON, June 12.
Cotton nominal; good ordinary 2o*c; net re
eelpts 2; atook 1867 bales.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LONDON, Jane 18.
Noon.-the weather ls favorable to the crops.
Russia tallow 628 3dfti2a Sd.
LIVERPOOL, Jane 12.
Noon.-Breadstuff's are quiet. :' ; .
NEW YORE, Jnne 12.
Noon -Flour quiet. Wheat qnlet and firm. Corn
Arm. Pork quiet and sieady at $13 4&al3 60.
Lard quiet, steam 9%&9 7- iee. Turpentine quiet
at 68c Rosin dnll aud heavy at $3 SOforsiralued.
Evening.-Fiunr unchanged. Whiskey 89c.
Wheat steady, and in limited export and milling
demand. Corn in favor 01 ouyen, with a fair ex?
port and trade demand, and a moderate inquiry
to AU contracts. Rice quiet at BXaflxc Pork
Kteady. Beef quiet. Lard dull; kettle uxc
Navsi stores quiet ; rosin heavy.
CINCINNATI. June 12.
Flour and corn nochauged. Pork dall and
drooping, $ 12 26 for regular. Lard quiet and un
changed, 8j<a8Xc asked.. Bacon steady, ba&Xo
asked lot shoulders. 7Xc Tor clear rib, 7xc lur
clear blaes, and c.ear rib salable at 7Xc.
LOUISVILLE Jone 12.
' Floor qnlet, extra family, $7 26. Corn steady
at 66c Provisions unchanged and stronin r.
rork$i2al226. Bacon, 6X0 for shoulders, i\'c
for clear nb, 7Xe for clear aides packed, Lard
OalOc Wniskey dull at 85c
BALTIMORE, Jnne 12.
Floor; good grades firm, low graces dull and
unchanged. Wheat firmer; Penney ivan1 i $1 95a
S2 i 5 corn, white 80c, yellow tee, mlxtd west?
ern 66a67o. Oats duli; Western 60c Rice quiet
and omi. Pork qulei ; mesa $13 60; shoulders 6Xa
6c Lard firmer at Ba9*c Whiskey nominal at
Nsw ORLEANS, June 12.
Nothing: doing In sugar and molasses. Whis?
key dull at 87a96. Coffee quiet; fair nxai6c,
Interior Codon Markets.
ORANQKBCRG, jnne ll.
Sales for the week ending June ll, aoout 9
bales. Ordinary 21c: low middlings 22c; mid?
MACON, Jane 9.
The market ls nominal at 28Xc Receipts ll
COLCMBCS, June 10.
Our market nominal; middlings 24c Receipts
three days 8 bales against 12 last week and el
cone-ponding week 1871. Shipped same day 87
against 878 and 77. Sales 8; receipts 1; shipments
MONTGOMERY, June 10.
The market is nominal ; good ordinary 22,xc;
strict good ordinary 22X; low m iud Un ga *3>i;
"-./. WILMINGTON, Jone IL.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-The market has advanc?
ed 2c The sales yesterday were as follows; 140 I
catks sold at so xe, 119 osaka at 61o, and loo casks
at 52c per gallon for southern packages. The
market c osed ti rm at 52C
Ro.-IN.-Sales yesterday of 1284 bbla at $2 70 for
low No 2, (3 26 for extra No 2. (3 75 for extra No
1, $4a4 25 for low osle. $4 60a4 76 for pale, $6a
6 60 tor extra pale, and $0 for window glass.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-The receipts and eales to?
day were 642 bois at $2 60 for bard, $3 76 ror yel?
low dip and $4 lo for virgin.
TAB.-The marke: was Inactive yesterday,
sellers not being wt ling to submit to a decline,
wi ra held their receipts. A sale, however, er 37
obis was made at $3 per bbl. A decline of 25c.
New York Illec|Market.
Nsw YOBE, Jane ll.
The Dally Bulletin saya: The stocic is held at
about former figures and offered moderately,
holder- Hading no influence to induce teem to
give way. Trade ts a little slow certainly, Dot in
small lots fair amounts go ont, and the outlook ls
considered encouraging, sales or 200 bags Ran?
goon at exa:xe; 7? bass Patna at 7x, ann 30 tes
carolina at SXa9,';c.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NBW YORE, June IL
The Dally Bulletin says : Receipts io day 6240
bbls rosin, 1048 do spirits turpentine. The free
arrivals or spl.lts turpentine to-day were all sold
previouslyror export, leaving the market atti
bare of stock. The transactions to-day were fa>r
aud all at full prices, sales 60 bbs at 68c, loo
bbls t. arrive by the Benefactor at 66xc, and
small lots from oook at 68a58Xc hoslns con?
tinue qoiet owing to scarcity of freight room,
and i rices without particular change. Sales 3oo
bbls good s rslned at $3 60 delivered,. 133 bois at
$3 60, and 107 bbls No l at $4 50. Tar remains
scarce but pri?es scarcely so Arm. Sales loo bbls
washington at $3 75. Pitch m moderate demand
... HAVANA, June 8.
Sogar at Havana and Matanzas-Mick in ware?
house 477.000 boxes and 27,ooo bhds; .-ecelpts of
the week 69,000 boxes and 7000 hh<ia; exp >rted
during the week 63,000 boxes and 770n hhos, in?
cluding 14,000 boxes and 6200 hhds io the United
states. Mauy estates continue grinding cane.
Marget at Havana quiet and t-teady; Nos 10 to 12
Datcb st mdsrd louait reals per arroba; Nos 16
to 20 Dutch standard U%ai4 reals; molasses sngar
quiet at 8??a9)? reals or Nos 8 to 10; Muscovado
sugar, fair to good rf fining activent 9j?al0)? ria;
grocery grader nail}* reals. Molares dull.
Freights active; to Normern and Southern ports
In the United States, per box or sugar, $1 37,s'a
1 60; per hhd or sugar $5 60a8 76; per bhd of mo?
lasses $4a4 75. To Falmoutn and orders 47s eda
66s per ton. Exchange-On the Uni ed states, eo
day?, currency. lal>i discount; short Bight lalH
piemtum; 60 days, gold, l2Xal3>? premium; short
slgntl4ai4K premium; ou London 26a26>? premi?
um; on Parla 10,v premium; Spanish bank-notes
Receipt? by Railroad. Jane 12.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
614 bales cotton, 387 bbis narai stores, 86 bales
goods, 178 bbis flour. 3 cars stock. To Railroad
Agent, Barden A Parker, T T Chapeau A co, Geo
H Walter A co, W B Williams dr Son, J cam naen
A co. B O'Neill, H Bulwinkle. Kinsman A How?
ell, Tren h ol m A Son, O W williams A co, Mowry
A Son. W w Smith, A S Smith, A J Salinas, A B
Mulligan, F D O Kracke, Knobeloch A .-mali, W H
Jones A co. Lau rey. Alexander A co, H Gerdts A
co, Tiedeman, calder A co.
15 bales cotton. 646 bbis naval stores, cara lum?
ber, mdse, AC To Barden A Parker, Whllden A
Jones, TT Onapeau A co, Kinsman A Howell RT
Walker, C Lelneorood, E We Ung, H Blt-choff A
co. Concord Manufacturing co. Caldwell A Son,
Quackenbnsb, Justin A co, Railroad Agent, and
Fer steamer Water Lily, from Ed is to, Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landings-Bon Jno
Townsend and lady, Dr O Sams, R B Seabrook. W
Jenkins, E M Wilson, J LaRocne, D H Towles, W
PORT CALKS I) A iL
Hew Moon, 6th, 10 hours. 4 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14'h. 2 honrs, 0 minutes, morn'g.
Full Moon, '?1st. l hour, 39 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 hours, 8 minutes, evening.
a. A s.
CHARLESTON, B. C.JUNE 13, 1872.
!>at 82 deg 48 min83 sec. | Lon 7f>deg67 nun27Rrc.
Seor Ann S Deas. OarbattL West Point Mill. 40
tierces rice. To James R Pringle A Son, and W
c See A co.
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlsto, Enterprise
and Way Landings. 2 bagB sea isl md cotton,
cottonseed, pkgs vegetables, mdse and sundries
To D Nisbet. F Richards. M McGorty, Stoney A
Lowndes, J T McMaous, J Mitchell, J Conner. H C j
Robinson, J B Smith, and others.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York.
sehr Snow Squall, Norton; at Baltimore, loth
sehr John Shay, Fisher, at Baltimore, Ju oe io.
Behr Myrover, Brown, at New York, June io.
OT FOB THIS FORT.
British bark Architect, Doddridge, at Cardiff,
Sehr Hattie E Sampson, Davis, at Boston, 0th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, June 12.
Arrived, the Golden Stream and Imoa, from
Galveston. . ,.u- ?
NEW YORE,. June 12?
Arrived, steamships Lazora, San Jacinto, and1
Arrived ont, the Australia.
The brig David B Deane, Veazle, from Bucks
ville, 8 c, arrived at Boston June 9.
The Behr Frank Walter, Brewster, from this port
for New Haven, arrived at New York 8th June.
JBrngg' at UJholesal*.
J^BUGS AMD MEDICINES,
WHOLESALE AND BETAIL.
DR. H . B A E R ,
NO. 181 MEETING STREET,
* . ?an !
In addition to a foll stock of Drugs and Chemi?
cals, offers the- following Patent Medicines and
HORSFORB'S ACID PHOSPHATES
Orlmault's syrup or the Hypophospbate of Lime
Guaran? (Headache) Powders
BERGER'S BEDBUG DESTROYER
Beef, Wine and iron
Elixir Phosphate Iron, Quinta and st ry chi na
Valentine's Meat Juice, made of the best Beef,
without fat, the best Food for Delicate Cbll
dren, aurie.-mg from. Summer O jmpUlnt. It
ls easily prepared, and quite palatable
Helnitsb's Queen's Delight
Leldy's Blood Pins
German Blood Pills
Slr James clarke's Female Pills
Orlmault's Matteo Capsules
Wilbert Cod Liver Oil and Hypophosphate of
Sugar-Coated Plus, of every description
Fluid Fxtracts (a full assortment)
Deuing's Pile Remedy
DeBkng'8 Via Fogaa
Sage's Cata;rh Bemedy
Pierce's Golden Discovery
Simmons's Liver Regulator
McMunn'a Elixir or Opium
Sponges, or every description
earho le Acid, (crystals,) Carbolic Add, In solu?
tion, for Disinfectant Purposes
Carbolic Dlelnfectant Soap
Carbolic Toilet Soap
Solution of Chloride of Soda, a convenient Dis?
Chloral Hydrate, made by Merck, of Darmstadt
Fountain Syringes, Mattson's Syringes, David?
Atomizers, Per.umers, Breast Pumps
Pessaries, Trusses, Abdommal Supporters
Chevalier's Life for the Hair
Montgomery's Hair Restorer
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
Vit jila for the Hair
Allen's Hair Restorer
Barry's T> ?cop herons
ayer's Hair Vigor
Tutt's Hair Dye
Batobelor's Bair Dye
Japanese Hair Dre
Egyptian Hair Coloring
NATTA X'S CRYSTAL DISCOVERY
Basting's Syrup of Naptha
Allen's Lung Balsam
Stafford's Olive Tar
Mar sd en'3 Pee toral'Balm
Ayer'a Cherry Pectoral
Schenck's Pnimonlc Syrup
Russell's Soothing Cordial
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
Chlorate Potash Lozenges
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron
lodlnlzed Cod Liver Oil
Bryan's Pnimonlc Wafers
French Tooth Lozenges
Thomson's Tooth Soap
And all otber Proprietary Med kin es.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM
SUPERlNTrNDENTS OFFICE, J
_ , _ CHARLESTON, June 8. 1872. j
On and after SUNDAY, the 9th 1-ittaot, the Nlnht
Express TralnB on this Hoad will arrive dally at 6
A. M, and leave dauy (SUNDAYS excepted) at 8
The Day Express will continue as at present.
S. a. 8 ILOHUNS,
gOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, June 1, 1872.
FXOURS ON TICKETS io Greenville, Anderson
and Walhalla have been put on sale To-DAT, and
will continue on sale until 1st September.
Good to return until 1st November.
Price to Oree'iville and Return $17 80.
Price to Anderson and Return $ io 70.
Price to Walhalla and Return $19 SO.
Excursion Tickets also on sale to Catcosa
Springs (Qa.)-price $24.
Baggage checked through.
S. B. PICKENS. A. h. SYLER,
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD OOM
CHARLESTON, 8. 0., February ll, 1871.
Trains will leave charleston Daily at 10.16 A. If.
and 8.00 P. IL
arrive at Charleston 6.00 A. H. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 2.46 P. tr.
Train does not leave Charleston 6.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving 10.15 A. V. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Rich mona and Acquis
Creek only, going tnr.mgb in 44 boars. '
Passengers leaving by 6 00 P. H. Train have
choice of ronte, via Rlctimo'td and Washington,
or na Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY la Bal?
timore. Thone leaving on SATURDAY remain S UN
DAT in Wilmington, N. c.
This IB the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant ronte to ciucinnatl, Chicago and otner points
West and No th west, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Ra?roa i.
& 8. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. ma?2l
Ornqs ono ?Oeoinius.
THE PEOPLE HAYE CHOSEN.-7THE
experience of years bas convinced an in-'
trtilgent pub lc that for all al m . nts involving
weakness and Irritability of the stomach, ob-'
struct lons In the bowels, a morbid condition of
the liver and nervous debility,
Ta-rrant'a KITVrveirent Seltzer Aperient
ls the surest, safest and swiftest remedy. Not
merely agreeable, but absolutely delicious to the
palate; it also possesses fonr medicinal elements
which i ave never been united in the same hapny.
proportions in any other preparation, ft ls the'
gentlest and mott painless of cathartics, a won?
derful tonic, and unexceptionable alterative and
a certain corrective of all impurities which may
exist in the blond or other fluida of the body.
Decline all Imitations of the genuine article. Sold
by all druggists. rnav8-l2
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
QE0Pu.LS AND. FEVERA
THEY ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous Ingre?
dients of any Kind-nothing In the least decree
Injurious to the system nader ?ny circumstances
-and may be administered wita perfect safety
to an infant. .
They never fall to cure the most obstinate case
when taken as directed.
They cure ina me lately. In no case will the pa
lient have more than one chill after the first dose,
and in the majority of caa a not even that.
They accomplish the work by destroying the
cause of disease, which no other remedy pretends
. They are an effectuai preventive, neutralizing
the malarious poison in the system, and tuns
PHYSICIANS USE THEM IN THEIR PRACTICE
It la almost universally the case that physicians
condemn what are generally known as "Patent
Medicines.? MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,"
though under this head, the composition-!? known
to many, and s > pa pable are their valuable cura?
tive properties that a number of the first phtsl
ctana lo the South and Weat have adopted them
In their practice, and recommend tn em to their*
patienta as the most reliable Fever and Aguo
NO ONE NEED SUFFER,
be they ever so mach exposed to Fever and Ague,
If they will only take
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
To thos ' who have contracted Fever and Ague,
Instead of usina Quinine, Arsenic, and other power?
ful remedies, i hey win lind not only Immediate
relief, but a positive cure in
MOISE'S FEVER ANO AGUE PILLS,
which ls an old reliable article prepared from the
private formula of . me of the most experienced
physicians In the Fever and Ague districts, who
alter many year-* of successful practice has made
lt known to the pr prietor. Thia article has been
nsed In cases where every remedy has failed be?
t?re, and performed the most astonishing cures;
being a vegetable compound, it removes the
cause of the disease at once, and does not fur?
nish, as many articles do, only temporary relief,
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREPAR?
W. B. WABNEB A GO/,
-Offer the following assortment or Elegant Pre?
parations, new used by Physiotens everywhere.
Send for Price List to Dr. H. B AEit, Charleston:
Iron and Iodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, for impotence, Loss of |
Nerve Power, Ac N
Elixir Cinchonta Calisaya
Elixir Pyropnoaphate of Iron
Elixir Callaaya, lr n and Bismuth
Elixir Calisaya, Ferreted
Elixir Cailsaya, Iron aud Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismuth and Strcytinta
Elixir Vaierianate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine of Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
comp, syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
syrup or Uypophosphltes (for Consumption,Bron?
Lozenges of Pepsin and Iron .
Licorice Lozenges, ootalnlng Vanilla, Tola, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. Thia ls a sew and valu?
able combination of the medicinal properties
of the Dandelion, Wild Cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It is a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt la u-eful as a vehicle
and for marking the bitter taste or Quinine
Elixir Gentian aud Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potassium.
Syrup Phosph. Quinine, Iron and strychnia, (Alt
ken's !>yrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, CbloroslB, Ac
Ellx. Vaierianate or strychnia
Ellx. Phosph. Quinine. Iron and Strychnia (or the
greatest service where there ii a tendency to
Paralysis) . . "
Beer, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in cases of children and
delicate ladles. - _ _
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner & Co.
manufacture a fail line or Fluid Extracts and
Sugarcoated Pilla, ah of which are to be had at
Manufacturer's Prices, of
DB. H BA ER. Na 131 Meeting street,
mch23 dawemos_Charleston, a. 0.
TTTRAPPLNG PAPES FOR SALE.-OLD
YV NEWSPAPERS In large or small quantities.
Price 50 CENTS? PER HUNDRED, Apply at the
office of THE NEWS. mailt
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 18, AT HALF-PAST *.
. O'CLOCK.T?.IL. R
NEW IRON STEAM LINK-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK. .
The splendid New Iron Sldewheel Bteamahlp
SOUTH CAROLINA, Becket!, Commander. wl?
Ball (or New York on TUISDAY. Jone 18th, at
half-past 4 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 3, Union
W h arv ea. -:^/.->;
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities as uauaL - .! .
? Insurance hy steamers of this Line Jf per cent,
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very a ne Deck stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No 26 Broad Street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
NEW YO BK.
?BW YORK AND C FIARLE 8 TON
STEAMSHIP UNE, ;
The splendid Sldewheel Steamship.MANHAT?
TAN. M. S. Woodhall. Commander, will sall from
Adaer's sooth Wharf, on SATURDAY, the 15th or
June, acio'clock P.M. -. ' .
?-The MASHAITAN ts' one or the- fastest
Steamships on the Arlantlo Coast, ana ts hand?
somely Qttei np for passengers. ? (; .
?Br Manne Insurance BJ mis Une han* per cent.
mw Through Bids or Lading given on i.otton ti,
Liverpool. Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land mt nnract arin g towns. . .
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
JnnlO-8 ? JAMBS ADQBBt*: UP., agents. ?
rXiBE PHII^ADELPHIA IEON STEAM
JL LINE, '
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SC KEW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hanter, '
Are now regularly on the Lina, insuring a first?
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
on arl es ton, and m alliance .with Railroad Com?
panies at both te rm lnl, afford raold transportation
to and from all po in ts in the Cotton States, , an d
to and from Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal clues or the Northwest..Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres. " ' .,_,
KW The VI Rn INI A ts appointed ' to- stdLftrom
Brown's Wh?rf on FMDAY, June I4tfi, at IS
o'clock M. : 1 '- - - ?? ' . - sci?vd -
mW TneU3lJLF STREAM will follow. ;. .
. For particulars orFreign; arraogementsv apply
to . WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
. w. p. CLYDE A 00., General Agen? Ne. n
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. ; '.
]ua8 " .* . y-'., . " ".
p O B. B A L T I M O BE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
_ . -j^y
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sail for Ealtimore, on SATURDAY, 16th
June, ot haif-past 12 o'ciock P. M. ;;::>:
49* Philadelphia Freiguts forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without.addi
uonai insurance, and Consignees are; alloweo
ample time to sample and sen their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in P.ni: an el phi?. - 1
For Freigut or Passage apply to ' .' 'W
PAUL 0. Tit EN HOLM, Agent, '
Janl2-t_ - so. 2 Union Wc arrea.
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES I j
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
Railway stailon or Seaport in Great,_
Britain, Ireland, Norway.. Sweden, u*am*tt,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and. tao
United Stated, . ' . '. 7
Cabio Fare Jrom New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by wednesday's Steam
era SSO. By saturday's earners $06 and $76.
? EXCURSION TICKETS, $120. fj??l
In' ermediat-e, $83; steerage, $28, all payable m
Parties sending for their friends in tbe Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
For farther particulars aoply io tba Agents. '
No. 7 Bowling Green, N.T.,'
Orto . DOUGLAS NISBET, -i.i-7,
aptll-amoaPA-w \_Charleston, a. 0.
JpOB LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
ff iii dispatch one of their nm. class, mil :,powet
Iron Screw steamships from nairn
PIER No. 44 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY, -
Cabin Passage $80, gold. - i .ira ?.
Steerage Passage (Office Na 29 Broadway) $30,
onrrency. , ? u
For Freight or cabin Passage, apply to.
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. ?3 Wau street, N. T.
N. R-Through Billa Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, whieh
make close connection with the above Une. '
For particulars and rate or Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
, WAGNER, HUGER A (KL,
mavfl Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
E E K L Y LINE
TO ? \ . .. \
SAVANNAH, GA.. BEAUFORT, PACIFIC ANO
Captain W. T. MCNELTY, ?
Will receive Freight ar. Accommo- " . ?JJP^at.
tlon Wharf, every TUESDAY, and ?mmSmSLt
leave for above points every WEDNESDAY minu?
ma, st s o'clock.
Freight received for points on Savannah Blver,
to be transferred to steamer CLYDE, leaving Sa?
vannah every THURSDAY.
Consignments t ?care of Agents will be forward?
ed free or storage or cora mission?.
For engage ment a apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
may2s-tu No. 177 East Bay.
OB PL O B ID A ,
! - - - . ... -, V ? TB
VIA SAVANNAH. -
- - j ???? ns .ii**
__The splendid Steamer^ _
PUi N r..Oaotatn MCMILLAN
wm leave Charleston every TOES DAY EYKN INO,
at hah"-past 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Beturning, CITY POINT leaves Palatfc* FRIDAY
MONNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATUROAY AFTERNOON.
For Fr?tent or Passage, having First-class Ac?
commodations, apply TO
RAVENEL A CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst'a Wharf and East Bay.
rjlHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
- -The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
oakes the lock stitch, (sllke on both slaesjbas
aeif-ad J os tin g tension, and ls- the only first class?
low price Sewing M .chine in the market adapted/
for every variety of sewing from muslins fia
heaviest cloths. . Price $26 ano $37. J
Agents wanted, send stamp for circular ana
sample of Sewing. T. L. BISSE LL, 'if
Janll-fmw8mo Charleston, s- Ot