Newspaper Page Text
XXS3IS OF ISTEREST FROM
Kellglou? Service* for To-atorrow,
day, Jane 1ft, 1873.
Church of the Holy Communion_coi
Ashley and CAUUOQ streets-10.30 A.. M.
lng Prayer. Sermon by Rev A Toomc
1er. rector. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Graoe Church-Wentworth street,
Gleoe-10 30 A. M. Moram- Prayer.
. mon by Rev. C. C. Pmckuey, rector,
ffi myer at 5.30 P. M. Suuday-schcc
^fa? John's Chapel-corner of Amhera
Hanoversire.-us-10.3ti?A. M. Morn.ng P
Sermon by Rev. A. W Marshall, D. D ,
tor. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
St. Luke's Cnurca-comer of Elizabet
Charlotte BtreeiS-10 30 A. M. Mu
Pfuv^r, Sermon by Rev. William 0. Pre
rector. Evening Pray?*r and Sermon at
M. Sunday school at 9 A. M.
BC Miohael's Church-corner of Broad
Meei lug streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Pl
Sermou by Rev. "R. S. Trapler, rector,
nine Prayr-r at 6.50 P. M.
Bu Paul's Churcn-Coming, near W
street-10 30 A. M. Mor ai ug Pr a\ er. Se
by Rev. James H. Elliott, rector. Ev
Prayer at 5 P. M.
Bu Philip's Church-Church street, bel
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Mo
Prayer. Sermon oy Rev. John Jo un so
slstaut minister. Evening Praye r at 5.30
BU Stephen's Chapel-Anson street, bet
Society and Georg?-10.30 A. M. Mu;
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. W. H. Hanckei
tor. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
BO MAN CATHOLIC.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opi
Archdale-Rev. Danwl J. Qulgley, pi
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Mi
7 and 9 A. M. Hgn Mass ai 10.30 A. M.
pe-s and Benediction at 5 P. M. Su:
school SA 9 A. M.
St. JoHJn's Church-Anson street,
George-Rev. C. J. Crochan, pasior.
Mass at 7 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 i
Yes pe ra and B-neolctlon at 7.30 P. M.
d ay-BC hool at 9 A M.
bL Mary's Church-Ha?el street, near E
Re v. C. B. Northrop} pastor. Low Mass
A. M. H.Kh Miss at 10.30 A. M. Sui
school at 9 A. M.
Sr. Pat rick's Church-corner of Bad
and St. Ponlp streeis-Rev. John Moon
D., pastor; Rf v. S. Carew, assistant.
Maso at 7 auO 9 A. M. HI ir ti Mass at 10.:
M. Vespers and Benediction at 5 P. M.
day-school at 9 A. M.
Mass will be celebrated on Sullivan's Ii
At 7 A. M.
First Church-corner or Meeting and T
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Be
Forret-1, D. D., pastor, and ai 4 P. M
Secourt Church-corner ol Me?-ting and (
lon? streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by
G. B. Brackrtt. pa-t< r, and at 8 P. M.
day-school at 3.30 P. M. ? *.
Central Church-Meeting street, near i
ety. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. by Rev. u
Dana, D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. Af.
Glebe etreei Church-GI-be "street, I
Wentworth Sermon ai 10 30 A. M., by ]
J. L. Glcardeau, D. D, pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Put and Calh
streets, sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev.
M. Chrietzbunr, panor, and at 5 P. M. E
day-?- chool at 9 A. M.
Spring Street Church-corner of Spring
Coming streeis. Sermon at 10.30 A. M..
Rev. J. T. Wightman, D. D., pastor. Sunt
School at 3 30 1. M.
Trinity Gaurch-corner Hasel street i
Maiden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A M., by 5
WmMoor? Smith, D. D., pastor, and
8.15 P. M., by Bev. B. D. Smart. Sunday-set
at 4 P. M.
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Chu
--King street, near Vaoderhorst. Se rm. m
10.30 A M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and
4 P. M. Sunday-School ai 9 A. M.
St. Johu'B Rvaneell ral Church-corner Ar
dale and Clifford si reeta. Sermon at 10 30
M by Rev. T. W. Doab, pastor, and at 6 P.
Sunday-school at 4.30 P. M.
Wen" worth Street Cm ireh. Sermon at 10
A M. by Bev. W. 8. Bowman, pa-tor, a
at 6 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
CRadel Sqnare Church-corner of Meeti
and Henrietta rtreets. Sermon at 10.30 A. 1
by R-v. J. A. Cbamnllss of Richmond. Va..
6 P. M., by Bev. G. B. Brackeit,aud 8.30 P. 1
by Bev. J. A. Chambllss. Bunday-School a
First Baptist Church-Church street, t
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30
H., by Bev. L. H. Shuck, pastor, and at 5
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, betwei
Queen and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30
M. try Bev. W. H. Adams, pastor, and at 4.
. * FRENCH PROTESTANT.
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen at
Church streets. Sermon at 10 30 A. M. I
Rev. C. S. Ved der, pas'or, and at 5 P. M. Su
day School after mornlig service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale st reft,'be twee
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, betwee
Water street and stol i's alley. Sermon au io. ::
A. M. by Bev. W. B. Tates, ohapl?iu.
Orphanhouse Chapel-Vanderriorat stree
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermo
at 5 ?. M. hy Bev. J. T. Wightman, D. D.
Second Presbyterian Criaren.
We would call attention to the interesting
religions ez'ivisasto take place in thia churcl
to-morrow evening in connection with the In
Btailatlon as pastor of the Rev. G. R. Bracken
The Bev. Dr. Smythe, the venerable ex-pas
tor, who has for the past forty years minis
tered to this people, will preside and pro
pound the constitutional questions. The Rev
Dr. Glrardeau will pre ich the sermon, am
the Bev. C. S. Vedder will give the charge U
the people. The occasion will be one of grea
Interest to all who may be present.
Orangebarg* Bible Society.
The second annual meeting of the Oranze
burg County Bible Society was held on tb ?
evening of the 2d instant, in the Bapiis
Church lo Orangeburg. The annual repor
showed that the society was in a flourishing
condition as to finances, aud bad accompli sh et
much good during the year; but complained
o? the apparent lack of Interest and co-ope
ration on- the part of the churches through?
out the county. The election for officers foi
the ensuing yeaf^esulted in the choice of the
following gentlemen: Bev. F. Auld, presi?
dent; Bev. J. D. A Brown and Bev. A. Pope
Morris, vice-presidents; Kirk Boblnson. secre?
tary, treasurer and depositar?an; executive
committee-president and secretary, ex-offlcio:
Dr. T. A. Eilloil, Messrs. M. Glover, F. 8. Dib?
ble, J. H. Fowles, F. H. W. Brlggmann and
J. A Zelgler. ?
THE WILLARD MASS MEETING.-The follow?
ing speakers have been announced for the
mass meeting to be held at the battery nexi
Monday afternoon, in favor of Judge Willard
for Governor : General H. C. Worthington,
Bev. E. J. Adams, Gilbert Pillsbury, F. L. Car?
doso, Bev. R. H. Cain and Judge J. J. Wright.
The speaking ls to commence at 3 P. M.
CAPTAIN EDWARD MCINTOSH, OF SOCIETT
HILL.-This excellent young gentlemen died
near Baltimore, at the residence of his
brother, Colonel D. G. McIntosh, on-the 9. h
InBtant. He was a brave soldier and use. ul
cullen. High-minded, sagacious and of libe?
ral opinions, he waa au ornament and a sup?
port to the community in which he lived. The
news of his death is received with deep regret.
TAX SALES.-The eale of the property ofcdc -
Unquent taxpayers was resumed yesterday at
ll M., In front ol the Flre-prool Building. Ten
pieces of propeny, beginning at the letter R,
Were pnt up, and no one bidding they were ail
knacked down to the Slate for the taxes due.
Toe sale will be resumed to day, beginning
with a few pieces owned by persons whose
names will be found upon the list advertised
W the end ol the letter R division.
COURTS OF LA ff.
Taxing Charitable Associations.
The question as to the constitutionality of
the Legislature of 1868, which Inhibits Lhe
courts hom issuing writs of injunction or pro?
hibition to 6tay the collection of taxes, has
been made and argued before Judge Graham
at the present term of the Circuit Court. It
l-came up in the cases of lhe State ex relatlone
' the Somh Carolina Society, and lhe Stale ex
relatlone "Abee Yetomim Ubne Elyonlm," or
the Society for tho Relief o? Orphans and
Children of Indigent Parents, VP. the county
treasurer and county auditor.
These cases had been previously argued be?
fore the Supreme Court upon a case stated
und agreed by counsel, but the motion was dis?
missed upon the ground that the code had pro?
vided, by section 475, that proceedings by
mandamus or prohibition Bhould not be affect?
ed by any of its provisions until the Legisla?
ture should otherwise provide, and therefore
the proper mode of procedure was by a sug?
gestion for prohibition, and rule to show cause,
with an intimation of the constitutional right
of the court to issue such writs. Il was con-,
tended on behalf of the relator :
1st. That prohibition was a well established
1 remedy in this Slate to prevent the collection
of illegal or unjust taxes.
2d. Tbat section 15 of article 4 ol the con?
stitution giving to Courte of Common Pleas
the riebt io issue prohibition and other writs
necessary to carry Ihelr powers lnio effect,
must be construed with reference to the law
existing at lhe lime of the adoption of the
constitution, and that the power to issue pro?
hibition must be measured by the practice
The real question at issue and thus sought
to be reached ls whether the South Carolina
and the Hebrew Orphan Societies are not
public charities, and, therefore, exempt from
The arguments were heard upon the 4th in?
stant, and yesterday Judge Graham gave his
decision at length. It concludes by ordering
ihai the prayer of the relators be granted, and
that a writ of prohibition do Issue against the
said county treasurer and auditor restraining
them from co.lee ting the laxes erroneously
and illegally assessed and charged against the
said relators. The question ls to be taken be?
lora the Supreme Court on appeal.
United Slates Court.
In the District Couri yesterday, before Judge
Bryan, the petition of Clarissa AfcMahon lo
establish a lieu again"' l?. J. McMahon, bank?
rupt, waa referred to Registrar dawson lo
A writ of habeas corpus was applied for in
the case of Wm. H. Trezevant, examined be
[ fore and committed by United Slates Commis?
sioner Boozer, to which the sheriff made a
return in court. Upon hearing the whole pro
ceeding8 and the arguments of counsel, the
court ordered the case lo be referred back to
Commissioner Boozer to take further testi?
mony, both for lhe prosecution and defence,
and report the same to the court. During the
investigation the defendant was admitted lo
ball in the sum of $3000, to appear upon the
return ot the new testimony by Commissioner
Boozer. Mr. Trezevant 'gave the required
sureties, and was discharged. The court then
adjourned until ten o'clock this morning.
The Court of Common Pleas
was opened at ten o'clock yesterday morning
by Juoge Graham.
The issue docket was sounded, and the
cases assigned for trial in order. The trials
will begin on Monday, and eight cases will be
taken up each day until the docket Is disposed
of. The following cased are fixed for Monday,
! after which printed docket ? will be prepared
lor the bar: 1, McOord va Rhett; 2, Bussell
vs. Cantwell; 3, Bank of the State vs. Wooley
and Tobias; 4, Campbell vs. Home Insurance
Company; 5, Cantwell vs. Reeder; 6, Kenny
vs. Phillips; 7, Mc Leish vs. Hall; 8, Marzyck
& Duenslng vs. Home Insurance Company.
Adjourned until ten o'clock Monday morn?
ing. _ _
NAVAL STORES AND PHOSPHATES.-The ship?
ments of naval stores and phosphates are
quite active at present, and several large car
J goeB were cleared yesterday. Mesera. W. B.
Smith & Co. the Norwegian bark Draupner
for London, wlih 2303 barrels ro-ln, 1500
b?rrele spirits lurpeniine, and 8000 staves.
I Mr. Henry Card the Swedish bark Columbia
I for Dublin, with 666 tons phosphate rock; also,
the Norwegian bark Christiana for the United
Kingdom via Bull River, S. C., where she will
dnlsh loading, and bas now 125 tons phosphate
A LICENSE FOR SULLIVAN'S ISLAND. -Jno.
Murphy was brought before the United States
commissioner yesterday morning, charged
with selling liquor without a license. The de?
fendant ls the proprietor .of a flourishing bar
on Sullivan's Island, and excused himself by
Baying that he had been wanting tu get a
license all along, but did not have an opportu?
nity, and lt they allowed him a chance would
do so now. He was allowed the chance, and
returning shortly from the collector with a
lull fledged license, was set at lloerty forth?
with. Tbat license will probably be a curiosi?
ty on Sullivan's Island for Borne time to come.
CRUMBS.-The Iron Line steamship Georgia,
for New York, was reported off the High?
lands, at one o'clock yesterday, Inward bound.
The dog law goes Into effect to-day.
Titree forlorn looking watermelons were
( visible in the market yesterday.
Messrs. B. Graham & Co. have Just received
a splendid lot of horses and mules, which are
for aale at thc Mills House stables.
The Enterprise Railroad hands were employ?
ed yesterday taking the cobble-stones from
the middle of East Bay and piling them on the
side of the street.
A darkey was showing a boxful of Juvenile
alligators on Meeting street, yesterday, for
sale. He says he bas a hole on '-Jim Island"
with about a thousand of them in lt, and that
tbey are all going to vote for Grant.
The Customhouse flag waa flylcj; ?rora thc
Postofflce yesterday, denoting the removal of
the officials to that building, the second story
ot which has been lately fitted up for their ac?
FOR THE SAVANNAH SCHOTZEXFEST_The
delegation ot the German R fie Club of this
city which will attendj the festival of their
brethren in Savannah, will leave for that city
on Sunday morning on the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad. Over Atty members are
already on the list of the delegation, and it is
supposed that about sixty will go. They will
be accompanied by Metz's Bras* and String
Band, and will bear the handsome silver chain
and golden medal as presents from their club
to their host?, which have been already de?
scribed at length in THE NEWS.
The arrangements for the festival are being
puslted forward with all energy In Savannah.
A long list ol valuable r -bes will be contested
for, and the several crae ...hots which accom?
pany the Charleston delegation will doubtless
show their markmanship to advantage. These,
however, must bear in mind that the targets
are two hundred yards from the shooting
boxee, which ls about twenty or twenty-five
yards further than those at the Cnarleeton
Platz. Everything promises a brave show, a
happy reunion among the brethren of the rifle,
and a gala time generally.
THE MARKET STREET HOMICIDE.
Verdict of the Coroner1? Jury-Valdez
Released on Ball.
The inquest upon the body of Raphael
Perez, who was shot by F. V. Valdez, in Mar?
ket sireet, on Wednesday night, was resumed
yesterday at the coroner's office. All of the
persons In the vicinity were examtocd, and
their evidence established the facts that Perez
had a grudge against Valdez for having been
turned out of the cigar factory of Mantoue Sc
Co. by Valdez, who was foreman; that he fol?
lowed him on the night ol the shooting, pro?
voked the quarrel, and fired the first shot.
The jury returned a verdict that Perez had
been shot and killed by Valdez as above
stated, but found that the killing was In self
defence and excusable.
Valdez was forthwith brought before Judge
Graham on u writ of habeas corpus, and dis?
charged upon his giving bond, well secured,
for $500 for his appearance at the next term of
the Court of General Sessions.
THE WAGENER AR TILLER T PICNIC.
Thia fine club assembled early yesterday
morning to the number of about forty at
Llndstedt's Hall, and, preceded by Melz's Brass
Rand, paraded through the principal streets
down to the wharf at the foot of Market street.
The Club presented a gallant appearance as
they marched lu their handsome dark blue
uniforms, and on their way from Broad street
up East Bay saluted THE NEWS Office In a
manner which was fully appreciated. They
proceeded by steamer, accompanied by an
imposlog array of the softer sex, to Mount
Pleasant, where everything had been ar?
ranged for their reception, and all partook' o?
an appetizing collation. With a fine band of
music, a large hall, rides, fine weather, A-c. a
most delightful day was enjoyed by the parti?
cipants. In the evening a moonlight excur?
sion gave a fitting termination to the plea?
sures of the day, and landed the club and
their friends In the city, highly pleased with
the success of their maroon, about eleven
Among the many prizes shot for was a
handsome golden meda!, In the form of a Mal?
tese cross, with a floe likeness of Mayor Wag
ener in the centre, which waa presented to
the club In an eloquent speech by Captain
jame? Armstrong, Jr., one of the guests, in
behalf of the donor, Captain Henry Wagener.
This was shot for at the target ol honor, and,
together with a handsomely embroidered shot
pouch, was won by Captain Wagener himself.
As he had presented the prize to the club, he
gracefully gave way, and, at his Instance, the
two prizes were awarded to the next best
shots on the target.
The shooting was with the short Enfield
rifles of the club, the targets being one hun?
dred and fifty yards off. and was far above the
average. The prizes wera awarded aa follows
for the best average, each man having three
1st. H'.udsome sliver pitcher and two gob?
lets, won by Captain H. Wagoner.
2d. Pair of solid gold sleeve-buttons, by
Lieutenant F. W. Pieper.
LADIES' MEMORIAL SOCIETY.
An Interesting Review of tne Past
The sixth annual meeting of the Ladies'
Memorial Association was held last Thursday
ai te moon at the Confederate Widows' Home,
and the following ladies were re-elected offi?
cers for the ensuing year : Mrs. M. A. Snow?
den, president; Miss E. C. Palmer, vice-presi?
dent; Miss A. Simpson, secretary, and Miss
Adger, treasurer. The following Interesting
report was read :
Toe sixth anniversary of our association
duds us, unfortunately, with but little to record
as the work of me past year. From various
causes we have met but rarely, and accom?
plished but little, though not from a dlmluu
lo'i of Interest lu the sacred task lor which we
associated ourselves together; nor yet, we
trut-t, I ruin flagging energy lor our hoiy work.
Our members are out few; possibly yearly they
grow tess; yet yieater will be the triumph and
iiratlncaliuu lo that falthtul lew when we can
[ at ia*t exclaim* "Excelsior !"
It Bhould not be discouraging, but rather
arouse us to renewed emulation, to learn that
our Maier associai IUDS, lu the neighboring
cities, are rapidly moving on to the completion
! of their labors; though checked and hampered
by local dlcauvantai/es beyond our control,
still, by keeping steadily In view our great ob?
ject, we shall move on and Anally succeed.
Bul we must not lisum to the whisperings of
of ease and indolence, or yet to that shame?
less cry, "lils (imo to forget;" "Let the dead
past bury Its dead." We have ourled our dead,
but not io forget ibem, or their claims on our
memories or gratitude; and, in token of such,
we urge our members to renewed exertions
lor the succeeding year. Having adopted the
design, and signed the couti act fur tne build?
ing or our monument, (which, doubtless, ere
this has been commenced,) we shall have to
study and devise meaus wherewith to meet
the aram upon our coffers; and lt ls pleasing
io record the many cheering promises of belp
that have been accorded to us io encourage
and stimulate hope lu our future labors. Let
a not be Bald that Charleston was the last, tue
very last, io accomplish that wnlcn can alone
manly io future ages her grateiul remem?
brance and love lor our heroic dead.
Taoleis, corresponding wlih ibe others, have
been placed at tue mounds which cover the
remains of our Gettysburg martyrs, wno now
sleep quietly with their comrades at Magnolia;
and nu grave ibero (under our charge) ls now
unmarked but that of the gallant yuuug hero,
Captain Mitchel, whose claims are too weil
known tu be reiterated here, and to whum we
uwe more than a mere i ablet. We trust a
kind Providence will smile upon our city, and
enable us, In the advancing year, io accom?
plish our aim and object.
A cordial note 01 ihanks was extended to
Mr. Burns, keeper of Hibernian Hall, and his
son, fur kind assistance rendered on Memorial
j COTTON BLOOMS.-We have received two
blooms from thc plantation of W. C. Cofer &
Co.; one of which opened on the 10th and the
utber on ihe 12th. The field contalas fourteen
acres, was planted on April 15, and was man?
ured with forty bushels green cotton seed and
one hundred pounds of Atlantic phosphate to
the acre. The stands are knee high, with thir?
ty forms on some stalks.
? * -
SAILING OP THE VIRGINIA FOB PHILADEL?
PHIA-"Large oaks from Utile acorns grow,"
and while two years ago it was hard to ballast
a couple of small steamers homeward bound,
and southward bound freights between this
port and Philadelphia were very trifling, now
two large sized steamers come and go lull
every week. The Virginia is the last dispatch
and was obliged lo refuse freight yesterday,
two hours before her Balling hour. The Gull
Stream is more capacious and sails next Fri?
day at four o'clock.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Tribune, ot Wednesday, Juoe 12, Bays:
PerhapB there is little firmness lu good old
potatoes, many of tne new Southerns being
poor, and Bermudas milne higher. Three
cars double-headed peachblows oold at $2 25.
Bermuda staff is higher ail round, c har les?
ion string beans do not pay freight Cu?
cumbers are very plenty. A few Florida
watermelons have been received. Quota?
tions : Onions, Bermuda, crates, $1 7d?2 00;
Putatues, Rose, per barrel, $1 25al 75; Peacn
blows, red. $1 50a2; Prince Albert $1 50al 75;
Jackson $lal 25; Dyright $1 25*1 50; New Ber
muoa $9; New Southern $3a5. Tomatoes,
Bermuda, per craie, $lal 12. String Beans,
Maryland, per crate $3; siring beaus, Vir?
ginia, per bbl., U. Green Peas, Lou g Is?
land, per bbl., $5?6. Cucumbers, South Car?
olina, per craie, Hal 25. Cabbages, Virginia,
per bbl $2 50; do. New Jersey, per 100, $8.
Squashes, .South Carolina, summer, per crate, I
$lal 60. Turnips, New Jersey, per 100
THE ENTERPRISE RAILROAD, AGAIN.
OFFICE ESTERPRISE BATLROAD COMPANY, \
CHARLESTON, B. C., Jua? 14, 1872. \
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Dr. Pelzer, as city registrar, has made cer?
tain statements, which I, as engineer of this
road, wlah to correct. The work on the road,
since tte first of June, has been cleaning out
the trenches, putting down cross ties and
stringers, and filling in. There have been
two exceptions, one ot fltty-six, the other
o? thirty six leet. Previous to the first of
June the trenches as to depth, width and di?
rection, were complete, leaving only the usual
small connections here and lhere, necessary
to precision. I have worked four nights in
five weeks. On the 4ih of Jone there were
thirty-eight men at work on the road, suffi?
cient lumber, ?c., on the ground, ready for
use, and also at the South Carolina Railroad
Depot, with the ability to obtain more
when wanted. There ls no need, at
any point, to deepen the trenches, either
six or eight Inches below my original ex?
cavations. Dr. Pelzer's partisan heat has
no doubt led him into misstatements and
coloring of facts-a thing that seldom hap?
pens here to men of correct feeling, espe?
cially in a confidential officer, and certainly
not without its becoming a source of regret
to them In their calmer moments, which I
sincerely hope may be his case. His criti?
cism on the engineering of the road shows
that he did not understand the matter-a
thing perfectly excusable in him; and his
prompter was not more fortunate. The
whole style of Dr. Pelzer's letters on this
subject is that of a hot-headed partisan, verg?
ing, in one case, to coarseness. A health
officer should exhibit calm intelligence and
deliberate wisdom, which would tend to en?
courage and instruct those under his care,
and not Indulge in promiscuous use of hot
adjectives, which tend to com use the matter
under discussion. Respect fully.
JOHN E. GOURDIN,
Engineer Enterprise Railroad.
THE NEW YORK FRUIT HARKET_The Tri?
bune of Wednesday, lhe 12th Inst., says:
Strawberries arrived lreely this morning,
from Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey, a
lew coming from this State. Tuey were gene?
rally in fair order, and had a good demand at
12,i 15c; inferior lots, and late" sales at 8al0c.
Some fine Wilsons sold at 18c. with 18a20o for
C. Downing, and a few Jocundas and Agricul?
turist at 30*600-in one Instance 76c for G
Downing. Jersey small baskets went at 3a4c.
with up-river thirds at 6a8c. Cherries come lu
freely, but most ot them are of inferior sorts,
or not sufncleDily ripe. A few B. Tartarian
sold at 250, with some cherries at 7u8c. Goose?
berries go very slowly; some ot them are over
CLUBS AND STARS.-Patrick Carrol, arrested
for Improper behavior at the corner of Meet?
ing street and Horlbeck's alley, was fined one
Francis Brown, lodged for being drunk and
creating a disturbance In a house in Calbonn
street near Lucas, and for fighting the police,
was sentenced to pay a fine of two dollars
with an alternative of twenty days in the House
The occupants of apartments in the second
story of a house In King street, near Hudson,
was reported for throwing down water on the
head of a colored belle who was passing along
the sidewalk below. After some discussion
lhe parties oompromlaed and the Mayor dis?
missed the case.
Paul Heyward, lodged for being drunk and
noisy on lhe premises of a gentleman in Rut?
ledge street, was fined one dollar.
Hotel Arrivals-Jun r 14.
James Canton, Columbia; R. Williams, Lees?
ville; F. P. Scovell, J. A. Onderdonk, Texas;
D. Renshaw, Georgetown; Geo. W. McKenzie,
Savanuah; J. W. Valentine, New Jersey.
A. H. Davega, W. M. Nicholson, T. S. Mills,
J. W. Walker, Dr. B. H. Jordan, Chester; Dr.
D. H. Trezevant, W. H. Trezevant, P. F.
Frazer, T. S. Davanf, Columbia; Junina D.
Potts, North Carolina; N. W. B. Clough, Ed.
Towson, Baltimore; B. R. Osgood, Troy; M. F.
Foster, Langley; W. J. Ross, Memphis; Mrs. P.
L. Wade, Mrs. Cass man, Savannah; W. M.
Smith, H. M. Butler, Georgia; 0. P. 2
New Tork; N. Rt land, Virvinia; E. Platt, At?
lanta; John A. Ferguson, Florida; W. J. De
Treville, Orangeburg; D. W. Fludd, wife and
servanr, Rhode Island; R. B. Taggart, George
Meetings This Day.
Relief Loan Association, at half-past 8 P. M.
Charleston Dramatic Club, at 8 P. M.
Auction Sales Th li Day.
Gerhard Rlecke will sell at 10 o'olock, at
the southeast corner of Queen and Mazyck
streets, contents of a grocery store and furni?
"WHAT TO WEAR AND WHERE TO GET IT," is
the question that olten agitates the female
mind, but the gentlemen know that Scott's
fashionable emporium In Meeting street, op?
posite Market, has everything needful to
adorn tbe sterner sex. Mr. Scott has paid
particular attention to gents' underwear,
while his Star shirts are unexcelled. He ls
now disposing of his stock at less than New
York prices, and those who wish bargains j
should attend to their wants at once.
FrjRCHooTT, BENEDICT <fc CO., 244 King
street, have received per steamship Georgia j
4 cases of 4-4 Eilerton U. S. Bleached cele?
brated Shirtings, which they offer ior%is
week at 16 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered in any market.
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co, 244 King
street.-150 rolls ft esb 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 SI 60. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods has been greatly re?
duced In price.
DOORS! DOORS! Sashes! Sashes! Blinds!
Blinds ! ?fcc-Builders and others will find the
above In large quantities at reduced prices.
Inspection of stock ls solicited at I. H. Hall &
Co.'s, corner East Bay and Market streets.
LAMES, why will you do your sewing by
band when you can buy a sewing machine on
such easy terms? The Singer Sewing Ma?
chine Company are selling their celebrated
machines on the Instalment plan,and their
terms are so very liberal that anybody can
buy one. They invite the ladies to their par?
lor, No. 186 King street, where lt will afford
the agent a great deal ol pleasure to show the
different styles of machines; also, samples of
work done on them, whether you wish to pur
chase or not. jun4-ws2
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es?
tablishment '_ aprlO
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. decMa
IMPORTED SELTZER'S WATER, warranted gen?
uine, by A. Tiefenthal. Junl3-3
PLAYING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Von Santen's, No. 220 King street.
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
YOUNO MEN, TAKE NOTICE.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-s
DRESS GOODS ! DRESS GOODS !-Louis Cohen
4 Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their FreBh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cenL below their cost of Importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. LOOTS COHEN &
Co., No. 248 King street. may 16
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT,
By the Town Connell of Sommerville, on trie
death of trie Hon. Peter E. Coburn, Intendant of
Whereas, lt hus pleased Almighty God to re?
move from arno jg men our venerable and hen
ored head-a man, a citizen, a father, worthy of
Imitation, for in all these he lalthf jlly performed
his part, AB "Warden of the Town of Summer?
ville, he was re-elected by his fellow-citizens for
more than twelve years; and then, by a perfect
unanimity, he was elected Intendant, and hav?
ing finished bis work, be died, beloved by his
friends and mourned by his fellow-citizens.
Thereiore, be lt
Resolved, Tba*; we ben?'humbly to Heaven's
eec ee in the removal from among us of the
late Hon. Peter K. coburn, Intendant of this
Resolved, That in M< death onr town and State
have lost a most valued citizen.
Resolved, That, sympathizing with his famtiy
in this ?reit affliction, a copy of these resolutions
be addressed by the clerk, and a page la our
M oates be dedicated to his memory.
Resolved, That the above be published in the
By order of the Intendant.
R. J. LIMBDOUSB, Jr.. Clerk.
COJ?aiKHVlJJL ff EWS.
LONDON-Per Norwegian bark Dranpner-2303
bbla rosin, 1600 bbls spirits turpentine, and 80u0
. DUBLIN-Per Swedish bark Colamba-666 tons
UNITED KINGDOM VIA BULL Brvan-125 tons of
PHILADELPHIA-Pei steamship Virginia-247
bales cotton, 2i6 bales domestics and goods, 848
bb is naval stores, 102 tierces rice, 27 tons old iron,
0i8 bbls potatoes, 1961 crates vegetables, aud 91
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OmOl CHARLESTON NRWR, I
FRI DAT EVENING. Jane 14. 1872. (
COTTON.-The dall features or the market here?
tofore existing continued dnrlog the day, and the
sales were only ll bales, partially tinged, Ac, at
22@?3j<c f? lb; quotations nomioaL
Rios.-There were no transactions in this grain
NAVAL STORES.-There were no sales reported.
Grade turpentine may be quoted at $3 60 for vir?
gin, $2 76 for yellow dip and $180 for bard.
KamauTB.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, xd on uplands, Xd on sea islands; by sall,
y,d nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York
by steam $2 on upland i and - on sea Islands; $i 60
fi tierce on rice; by sall Jio fl ft on cotton; - fi
tierce on rice; 60o V barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
?om Der ; $10 fl H on Umber. To Boston, by sall?
ee fi ft on upland cotton; rosin 65o; rcsawed
staff $io g)io 60; phosphate $5@5 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fi Mon boards,xe fl ft on
sotton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York rates,
to Phllaielphla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by sall, $8fi M on boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8
per ton on clay, and $8a$8 ?0 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam Ko fl ft by sall, $6 60@7 fi
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In de?
mand by oar merobants to take lumber freight?
from Georgetown, s. C., Darlen and satins River,
Qa?, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern pom,
iud $io?ia fl M are the rates on lumber and
EXOHAHOI.-Sterling 60 day bills 24.
DOMESTIC ETCH ANO M.-Tho banks purchase
light checks on New York at par to % premium.
Outside they purchase at M6@K fl cent, pre?
mium, and sell at s-ie@* premium.
markets toy Telegraph.
LONDON, June 14.
Noon.-Consols 92^. Bonds 90*.
PARIS, Jone 24.
Noon.-Specie increased three and a half mil?
NEW YORK, Jone 14.
Evening.-Money easy st 4a6 per cent. Prime
p?pere>*a7. sterling 9\aa\. Gold dull at 7*a
Governments closer nail and steady at. a
fraction decline. Tennessees closed somewhat
heavy; North Carolinas weak; balance or States
quiet. Freights easier.
Li VE i; POOL, June 14.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and steady; up?
lands UXallXd, Orleans 1iXd ; sales 12.000 bales;
Baies of tue week 71,000; expon s 7000; speculation
9000; stock 923,000; American 338,000; receipts this
week 72.U00; american 15,000; actual expjris
9000; stuck arl iat 346,000; American 7000.
Evening.-Cottou closed quiet, .
NEW YORK. Jane 14.
Noon.-Cotton steady; Bales414 bales: middlings
Evening.-Cotton quiet; sales 1140 bales; up?
lands 26*c. hales of cotton futures to-day 70i>0
bales, as follows: Juae 24Jia25c: Joly 26*; August
26 15-i6a26 116; .september ZS ?a* i'j ; October
23*; November 19%; December 19*.
BOSTON. Jane 14.
Cotton dall; middlings 2e*c; un receipts 7;
bales, grosa 775; sales 460; ttuck 11,600; net re?
ceipts of the week I5l; gross 446.!' exports to
Great Britain 608; aales l3uo.
PROVIDENCE, June 14.
Net receipts of cotton for toe wees 296 bales;
PHILADELPHIA, Jane 14.
Cotton dull ; middlings 20*c; net receipts of the
week 5fid bales; gros. 2624.
BALTIMORE, Jane 14.
Cotton qalet ; middlings ??6a2}*c; gross re?
ceipts 12 bales; exports coastwise 642; sales 223;
stuck 1266; weekly gross receipts 32i; exports to
Oreat Pritaln 368; coastwise 873; Bales 741; spin
Crrr POINT, June 14.
Cotton receipts of the week 172.
No H FOLK, Jane 14.
Cotton dall and lower; low middlings 24Kc; net
receipts 36" bales; exports coastwise iso; stock
.O?t\ weekly net receipts 2998; exports coastwise
2330; sales 60.
WILMINGTON, Jane 14.
Cotton quiet ; middlings 26; stock I860; weekly
m-t receipts 69; exports coastwise 200; sales 20
SAVANNAH, June 14.
Cotton qnlet and in demand; m ld di o gs 24c; net J
receipts 67; sales 83; stock 4683; weekly i.et re?
ceipt? 1363; exports coastwise 3832; sales 283
AUGUSTA, Jnne 14.
Cotton nominal; middlings 24c; receipts 64;
sali a 39; s'ocit 18714310,1872 3303; weekly receipts
277: sales 814 baies.
MACON, Jane 14.
Cotton, middlings 23*c; stock 049 balea; week?
ly receipts 3i; shipments 150.
COLUMBUS, Jane 14.
Cotton qnlet; stock 724 bales; weekly net re?
ceipts 38; ehlpmen.s2t; sales 76; apt tiers 30.
NA-H VIL LE, June 14.
Cotton dall; low middlings Mu; stock 1871. 660
bales; 1872,2203; weekly receipts .164; shipments
MEMPHIS. June U
Cotton quiet; middlings 25c; net lecelpta i3l
baleo; atoen 1871, 6870; 1S72, 6646; week.y receipts
992; shipments 6598.
MONTGOMERY, Jane 14.
Stock 944 bales; weekly receipts li; shipments
MOBILE, Jane 14.
Cotton easier; middlings 24*c; net recipes oo
bales; exporta coastwise 6089; sales 100; stock
31,508; weeklv net receipts 201; gross204; exports
coastwise 2383; sales 400.
NEW ORLEANS, Jnue 14.
Cotton extremely dall; middlings 25c; net re?
ceipts 806 bahs; ?rosa 306; aales luo; stock 39.837;
weekly net reeeip's 1654; gross 1827; exports to
Narva 3718; coastwise .1748; sales 2luo.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, Juae 14.
Noon.-BreadstniTs dull. Cora 27? 3u. Wheat
12s 8j to 12s lOd; red spring 12a to ll* 4d.
LONDON Jane 14.
Evening.-Turpentine at 64a66s. Rnaalaa tal?
low active at csa66s. _
NEW YORE, Jane 14.
Neon.-Floor dall and no chang ed. Wheat dall
and unchanged, corn quiet and Bte->dy. Fork
qalet at $18 60. Lard quiet; steam 9?,'aa 7-16u.
Turpentine quiet at 68)ia69. Rosin quiet at $326
r. yening-Flour dntland unchanged. Whiskey
declining at 87>;a8<c. Wheat dull sud heavy at
2a3c lower ; winter red and Western $1 eua tl 92.
ti ? v. rm Md closing dull: prime at 83as4c.
r<?i?nheKVy ?l ????S13 40. Lard, pacfeed, 8*
S8>ic. Naval store* qulot. Tallow d*Ul at 9a9)io.
-n??- "." j ... BALTIMOKB, Jnne 14.
-,r?rt^^?adi,Vnlen.t!ra,le8 "'"re active; low
gradea duil. wtieat duli but nrm. corn, white
SnT-Vo1 fSl,Sto,LW> 0at81u,er- Provisions
dui:; mess $13 50. Shoulders SHefls Lard Crm
Wnlskey quiet at 91>ic.
"," . CINCINNATI. Jane 14.
.,o'?rUr ,UDChftDKed- Pork uncnanged; regu ar
$12 20. Lard in light demand and hoidersflrra;
summer 8Xa8*c; winter 8?: kettie IXBacon
nrm; shoulders ?tfaftJ?; Pides 7?<a7>?.Whiskey
lower at 84c, with Urge ?ales. "uwsey
, , LOUISTILLE, Jane 14.
Flour easier for low grades; medium to laney
steady; extra family $7. Provisions firmer and
higher. Pork $12. Bacon, shoulders 6?i: clear
rib 7Xa7X; 8lde3 7i?a7X, packed. ' bard 9a
io; omer lota higher, whiskey dun ar. 84.
OT. Loots, June 14.
Flonr doll and unchanged. Corn dull and
drooping at 46 for yellow. Whiskey steady at 88.
Pork firm at $12. Bacon firm at 5>i for shoulders;
7\ for ciear e.des; order tots a fraction higher.
Lar tl no sales.
Wilmington Market-Weekly Review.
WILMINGTON, June 18.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Has abown a decided
improvement during the past week, aud the
marget nus advanced steadily, as follows: satur?
day, X' ; Monday, lc; Tuesday, lc; Wednesday,
2c; ana to-day ut the time or cioalngour report
the market ls unsettled. 1 he expon demand has
to a large extent abated; and thu purchases dur?
ing the week have been purely for speculation.
The saies lor June, July and August delivery
dm log the month at- prices that are within a
range of the present figures, have given strength
to the tone of ti.e marKet, and ?eceivers are keep?
ing t<ack tbelr ste ck awaiting the result. The
receipts for the week are 4?28 bols, and with only
nu derate srtipmenis, the stock has been in?
creased. Tte market doses weak at 60c per gal?
lon, a decline of 2c.
CRUDE 'i CK PENTIN E.-We have to report very lit?
tle change io t ie geueral position oftne market.
Receivers have been asking about the former
rates except for virgin, which has declined 4uc.
bayera submitted fairly and the leering lits ap
p-ared steady and uniform throughout, There
ceints have been quite large and the wants of the
dial tiler and exponer have been met ire dy, al?
though tl er purchases have been based in the
mam for their immediate went". The stock ia on
the Incn ase, and to-day as taken ls 2)68 boin.
The market closes steady to-day at $2 60 for hard,
$3 76 for ye low dip, and $4 60 for v.rgln. The
receipts and sales for thc Wrek reach lu.uoo bola.
Ri SIN.-The market han been very Inactive and
doll and the lower qualities are a little off
sn alued opened in the carly period of tne week
with a good demand (tum exporters, and last
week's prices were folly sustained, but ?tn Mon?
day the market became less active and declined
26 cents, and closed on Wednesday evening at a
farther decline or 10 cents. To-day the market
cioses with no Improved feeling at $2 60 per bbl.
No 2 has also declined. The stock ts moderately
lame, but the Inquiry ls light, and the market
may ne quoted at $2 90 to $3 tor extra quality,
ito 1 and pates sh w no change as far as regards
prices, lhe receipts, as compatcd with the pre?
vious week, show a decided improvement, and
the stock han lncreahed, uh hough lhe shipments
have been quite heavy. The stuck, as taken to?
day, reaches 31,326 bbls. against 24,831 last week.
Savannah Market-Weekly Review.
SAVANNAH, Jane 18.
COTTON.-Oar market hos during Hie week un?
der review narely maintained the name nf a mar?
ket. The dullness In New York and Liverpool,
and particniarU ihe great decllt-e In futures, has
stagnated operations here and the few transac?
tions reported have been generally on local ac?
count, and even those cannot be resold, as there
are not LOW, nor have theie been for some days,
any buyers for export In the marked
'i he cottons offering are of a quality held too
high for any ma-ket, and the ??prensi?n and
want of sales of cou ns previously sent to other
domestic markets from sheer lack of demand
there, Induces cantlnn In present purchases here.
Wequoie: Fur middlings. 24C offered; low mid?
dlings. 23o ottered; good ordinary, 22c offered; or?
dinary, 20X0 offered.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ToBXTiixs, Jane IX
Cotton ts Belling at 20a22X?
CHARLOTTE, June io.
Sales for the week nominal a' an advance. We
quote 23Ka23% for mludung, .3 for low middling,
and 20a21 for t tal ned.
QUESTER Jons ll
Ordinary l8,\c, gool ordinary 21 Xe', low mid?
dlings 23XC, middlings 24c, goo 1 middl ngs 24Kc
MACON, Jane rx
The market ls nearly nominal ai a slight de?
cline. Fall middlings are wot th 23^0: receipts
1 baie; sales 0; shipped 40.
COLUMBUS. Jane 12.
Oar market nomlual; middlings 24c; receipts
in 6 days 22 bales, against 22 last week and 224
corresponding week of 187i; shipped ssme days
3? nates, against 762 and 4t>8; sales 20; receipts 4.
MONTGOMERY, Jane 12.
The market Is quiet and nomine); good ordinary
22#c; strict good ordinary 2?Xc; low middlings
Receipts per Railroad, Jnne 14.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
172 bales cotton, 61 bales goods, 144 bbls naval
stores, 2 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, Frost,
A dger A co, H Bischoff A ' 0, R M Bnuer A Son. J
Bnrkamp A co, O Foll?n, Pringle A Son, Steffens,
v> eruer A Dncker, Kinsman A Howell, Mowry A
Son, Reeder A 1) .vis, A J salinas, A B Mulligan,
O H Walter A co, W 0 Bee A co. W B Smith A co.
J N Rob-on, ? AAmme, Laurey, Alexander A 00,
Bollmann Bros, capt o W Bradley.
NO HTFJ. BAST ERN RAILROAD.
6S3 bbl* naval stores, cars*lumber, mdse, Ac.
To Barden A Parker, R T Walker, W bilden A
Jones, Kinsman A LI0wen, Ohapeau A co, o Lei
benruod, J Fitzgibbon, Bollmann eros, L Deltz, J
Ureen, Railroad Agent, auu others.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Bead, and Way Lanulogs-Capt
T p Buckley, Miss Julia Nelson, N Ryland, A P
Riggs, ? B ?cahrooK, U Burroughs, and two OeK.
Per steamer Emilie, rrom ueorgeiown. 8 u
Mrs Alston. Miss elmo. R J Lowndes and wire, R
T Renshaw, Rev F K Jaqaenut, 0 Alston, Robt B
Taggart, J Flinn. Rev A Carr, Col B B Read, L W
serait, B Ellis, and 10 deck.
31 AMSE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JONE 16, 1872.
Lat se deg 40 min 88 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY. .
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, Baltimore, - days. Corn
and mdse. To street Bros A c i, R M Butler A
Son. w B Smith A co, H tmlwlakle. J Camps m A
co, P B Lalane A co. J Thompson A co, and order.
Previously reported at Quarantine.
Sehr Wm B Woodall, Turner, Port Royal, Ya-7
days. Corn To R M Butler A Son.
steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings.
Mdse, Ac. To Ravenel, Holmes A co, W M Bird
A co, N Brady, J Fraser Mathe wes, 0 Dunn, W W
Harrison, southern Express co.
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C.
4 bales cotton. 22,600 shingles, lol ba.s rice Hoar,
staves, mdse and bundrles. To Shackelord A Kel?
ly, caldwell A Son, R J Middleton, u Smith, W B
Lebby, J Cosgrove, B Boyd, aud others.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 120 tierces rice.
To W C Bee A co.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-W
Norwegian bark Dranpner, Ingoldsen, London
^yjy p Smith Sc CO.
Swedish bark Columba, Svendsen, Dublin, Ire?
Norwegian bark Christiana, Messel, a Port In
the United Kingdom via Bull River, a O, to finish
Steamship Virginia. Hinckley. Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York, 14th
?teamshlp Champion, Lockwood, at New York,
steamship Gulf Stream, Hnnter, at Philadel?
phia, June 10.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORE. June 14.
Arrived, steamships Castle, New Orleans and
The sehr Annie E Stevens, Montgomery, for Port
Royal, S 0, c.eared at New York nth inst.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 17
Br bark Onward, Evans, up.April 12
The Georgiana,-, np.April 16
The Dake of Cornwall, Keays, sailed.May 22
NSW PORT, BNO.
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26
The Amazon, McDonald, up.May 14
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, np.May 24
WBST HARTLXFOOL. BNO.
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Rieb, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Woffer, sailed.April 8
rpHE FHni?DELPHI?. IBON STB?
-L LIN E. .
THE Fix .ST-OLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain ... ter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on tbe Line, insuring a ant
clasB sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and rrom cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing cen?
tar The GULF STREAM is appointed to aaa
frooj Brown's Wharf on.FRIDAY, Jane 2ist. at
4 o'clock P. M. ' '
tar The VIRGINIA wmfouow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, anni*
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Waarre*.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 13
South Oelrt?. are Avenue, Philadelphia.
NEW YO BK. r" ~
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Rldewheel steamship MANHAT?
TAN, M. 8. Woodhall. Commander, will sall from
Adter'a sooth Wharf on SATURDAY, the 16th or
Jnne. at l o'clock P. M.
?ir The MANHAITAN IS one of the fastest
Steamships on the Atlantic Coast, and ls hand?
somely flttc i np for passengers.
aw Marine Insurance by tuts line half per cent.
aa- Through Bills or Lading given on '.ottonto
Liverpool. Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land m mnfactaring towna
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
Jnnio-e JAMES sjDGER A CO., Agents.
OR NEW YORK.
j ON TUESDAY, JONE 18, AT HALF-PAST A
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
sall for New York on TUESDAY. Jane 18th. at
half-past 4 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. a, Union
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool ana"-.ts?
New England Clues as usual. .
Insurince by Steamers ol this Line x per cent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement-?, having
very flue Deck Stateroom accommod itlons, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No 20 Broad street,
or te WM. A COURTENAY, No. 1-Unlon Wh-rves.
Janl2 ? '
jP O B B A L T I M 0 BE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED "DATLT, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY, 16th
Jane, at haif-past 12 o'oiock P. M.
mW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to samplo and sell their Quods from
the Railroad Depot In Pnlladelphla.
For Freight or Passage apnly to i .
PAUL a TRENHOLM, Agent,
Jnnl2-4_NO. 2 Union Wharves.
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES I
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERT WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any,
R-i ll way ?tallon or Seaport in Great,_
Britain, Ireland, Norway. Sweden, iMumara,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and toe
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam*
era $60. By saturday's steamers $66 and $75. '
EXCURSION TICKETS, $1.20. 'J,
Intermediate, $88; steerage, $28, all payama In
Parties sending for their friends lu the Old
Ooautry can parchase tickets at lowest rates.
For farther particulars apply to the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y,,
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
So ut nena Wharf.
aprll-3mosDAW_? Charleston, S. 0.
poU Ld ViSRPOUL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
.Viii dispatch one of their first-class, full power
[ron sere w steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAT,
Oabln Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (omeo Na 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Oabln Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, N. T.
N. E.-Thtuugh Billa Lading to Liverpool Issued
Dy the Charleston and New York Steamers, whian
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER & GO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
JpAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMFTS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN;
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above une leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal J_
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of me-loin
and soth of every month except when -(tieso
dates fall on sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with ?team?
era ror south Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16tb touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco drat of every mon tn. except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on tue day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AsplowalL
One hundred pounds b iguage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket* or oilier information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of canal street, North River, New York.
Joly26-lyr F. R. HABY. Agent.
, " - -s*JTTIQ splendid Stea^er^asa?^MJ???
CI i Y. Puiar...Captain MCMILLAN
wur leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVXNINO,
at half-past 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatks FRIDAY
Mon KINO and Savannah SATURO AY MOBMNO,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freleht or Passage, having First-Class Ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENF.L A CO.. Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
XTOT-C-3--THREE MONTHS AFTER
Jji date application will be m*de to the South
carolina Kall-oad Oj-npany for renewal of lost
certificate (uuiuoer and date unknown) for Nina
Shares, standing in the name orTHjs. P. sMlTU,
Trustee lor SUSAN M. TOWNS KND, .
THOS. P. SMITH?