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Religious Service? rorTo-Morrow, S\
day. June 23,1872.
Christ Church-Rutledge avenaa, above 1
Btreet-5.30 P. M. Bveulug Prayer. Sen
by Rev. J. Mercier Green, rector.
Church of the Hoiy Cjmmunioo-cornf
Ashley and C*nnon streets-10.30 A. M. Mi
lng Prayer. S-rmon by Rev. A. Tooraer J
ter, rector. Evenlmr Prayer at 5 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth street, r
Gleoe-10 30 A. M. Moroin* Prayer. .
mon by Rev. C. C. Piackney, rector. I
ning Prayer at 6.30 P. M. Suuday-school
Et John's Chap-l-corner of Amherst
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Pra;
Sermon by Rev. A. W. M-ir?hall, D. D , :
tor. Eveuing Prayer at 5 P. M.
8L Luke's Cnurcri-coruer of Elizabeth
Charlotte streeis-10 30 A. M. More
Prayer. 8ermon by Rev. William O. Prem
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at ?
H. 8iinday school at 9 A. M.
St. Michael's Church-corner of Broad
Meeting streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Pra
Sermon by Rev. R. S. Trapier, rector. I
Hing Prayvr at 5.30 P. M.
St. Paut'a Churcn-Coming, near War
street-10 30 A.M. Mornlug Pra\er. 8en
by Rev. James H. Eulott, rector. Even
Prayer at 5 P. M.
St? Phldp's Church-Church street, betw
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Morn
Prayer. Sermon Dy Rev. John Jobuson,
Blatant minister. Evening Praye r at 5.30 P
Bu Stephen's Chapel-Anson street, betw
Society and George-10.30 A. M. Morn
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. W. H. Hanckel, i
tor.. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, oppoi
Archdale-Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, pasi
Bev. H. P. Northrop, assistant- Low Ma*!
7 and 9 A. M. H:gh Mass at 10.30 A. M. "V
pera and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sund
school at 9A.M.
St. Joseph's Church-Anson street, ni
George-Rev. C. J. Cronan, pastor. L
Mass at 7 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A.
Vespers and Benediction at 7.30 P. M. 8
day-school at 9 A. M.
St. Mary's Church-Hasel street, near Klni
Bev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass ai
A. M High M-iSs at 10.30 A. M. - Sund:
school at 9 A. M.
St. Patrick's Church-corner of Radcll
and Sc. Pnlilp streets-Rev. John Moore,
D., pastor; Bev. S. Carew, assistant. L
Mau? nu V - ? Ai Mi.-UVgtt Umot M 10-.3O
M. Vespers and Benediction at 5 P. M. St
day-scnool at 9 A. M.
Mass will be celebrated on Sullivan's Isla
. at 7 A. M.
First Church-corner or Meeting and Tra
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Bev.
Forrest, D. D., paster, aud ar. 4 P. M.
Second Church-corner of Meeting and Ch
lotto streets. Ser mo a at 10.30 A. M., by Bt
G. lt. B ackett, pastor, and at 8 P. M. St
day-school at 3.30 P. M.
Central Church-Meeting street, nearsc
ety. Sermon ai 10.30 A. M.. by Bev. W.
Dana, D. D., pastor, aod ac 4 p. hi.
Glebe .strewt Church-Glebe street, nei
Wentworth. Se rm in at 10.30 A, M, by Bo
J. h. Qlrardeau, D. D., pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Cathoo
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Kev. j
M. Ohrietzbiirc, pa-ttor, and at 5 P. M. Sui
day-?>chool at 9 A. M.
Spring Srreet Church-corner of Spring an
Coming ?tree's. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., ti
Bev. R D. Smart. Suuday-school at 4 P. M.
Trinity Church-corner Hasel street an
Ua<d-<n lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Re<,
Wn tffiord Smith, D. D., pastor, and t
8.15 P. M., by Bev. B. D. Smart. Sunday-sohoi
at 4 P. M.
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Churc
-King street, near Van-ierhorst. Serm >o t
10.30 A M by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and (
4 P. M. Sundav-School at 9 A. M.
St. John's Rv.tngeli jal Church-corder Arel
dale and Clifford s'reets. Sermon at 10.30 A
M. by Bev. T. W. Dosh, pastor, and at 6 P. A
Sunday-school at 4.30 P. M.
Weni worth Street Cnurch. Sermon at 10.3
A. M. by Bev. W S. Bowman, pastor, an
at 6 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Meetin,
and Henrietta streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.
by Bev. E. T. Wlrkler, D. D.. pastor. Sun
day-school at 9 A. M. Sunday-school an ni ver
aary at 5 P. M.
First Biutlst Church-Church street, be
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A
M., by Bev. L. H. Snuck, pastor, and at 6 P
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circulai- Church-Meeting street, betweei
Sne*n and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A.
^. bv Bev. W. fl. Adams, pastor, and at 4.3(
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen ant
Church streets. Sermon at 10 30 A. M. tn
Bev. C. S. Vedder, pastor, and at 5 P. M. Sun
day School after morning service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale street, between
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Harinera' Chnrch-Church street, between
Water street and Stoll's alley. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. B. Tales, chaplain
- Orphannouse Chapel- Vanderhorst street,
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermon
at 6 ?. M. by Rev. J. T. Wightman, D. D.
New Church In Walhalla.
The dedicatory sermon of the new Baptl?t
church building In Walhalla was preached last
Sunday morning by the Bev. Mr. Crimes, of
Gainesville, Georgia, before a crowded congre?
gation. The building ls a neat and substantial
frame structure, with an auditorium sixty by
forty feet in size.
The anniversary exercises of the flourishing
Sunday-school connected with the cu adel
Square Baptist Church will take place to-mor?
row afternoon at five o'clock. The programme
promises a phasing variety of singing and ad?
dresses by the children of the school, the an?
nual report by the superintendent, John G.
Mil nor, Esq., and toe distribution of prizes for
faithful attendance during the year.
The Baptist Sunday-School Convention.
The second annual convention of the Bap?
tist Sunday-schools in this State is to begin on
the 25th instant, and the Sunday-school work?
ers throughout the Stale are urged by the Bev.
O. F. Gregory, corresponding secretary, to
communicate at once with him, and tosend
delegates to the convention. County superin?
tendents will please send a complete list of ail
Sunday-schools In their boundaries, so that
blank forms may be sent to be filled out.
Christ Church Reopened.
It has been determined to resume the ser?
vices.at Christ Church, on Rutledge avenue,
above Line street, which have been suspended
ever since the evacuation of the city in 1865.
It will be seen by the religious announcement
above that evening prayer will be conducted
at this church to-morrow evening at half-past
five by the Rev. J. Mercier Green, rector, and
if the attendance should prove sufficiently
large o ?ncourage lt, the services will be
regularly continued every Sunday morning
and evening hereafter.
Baptist Union Meetings.
The following union meetings are announc?
ed to be held during the coming week:
The York and Chester Unions will meet at
the Chester Church on Friday, the 28th in?
The Seedy River Association will convene
on the same day with the Cross Boads Church.
The Black River Union will meet at the
Home Branch Church on Saturday, the 29th
The Abbeville Association will meet at the
Olive Branch Church on Friday, the 28th In?
Church Centennial in Spartanltarg.
The hundredth anniversary ol the formation
of the Naz ye th Church la Sparenburg was
appropriately celebrated last Saturday, the 15th
Instant, The occasion attracted an audience
pf about one thousand people, and the exer
cises Included singing, a historical sketch of
the venerable soolety, read by the pastor, Rev.
R. H. Reid, and an eloquent address by Dr. B.
M. Palmer. The first house of worship built
upon the site of the present building was
erected In 1765 by a few families of Scotch
Irish Presbyterians, who emigrated irom
Pennsylvania and settled upon the Tygers In
1761, and a church was regularly organized in
the spring of 1772. The first minister who
preached for this congregation was Dr. Alex?
ander, who then resided on Bullock's Greek,
in York District; and the first public road
through 8partanburg County was an enlarge?
ment of the bridle path cut out for Dr. Alexan?
der lo travel when he went to discharge his
THE CHARLESTON DAILY REPUBLICAN will re?
sume publication this afternoon, as a dally
paper, and will be Issued every afternoon at
GRANT RATIFICATION MEETING.-A Republi?
can procession and mass meeting ls announced
for next Wednesday evening for the purpose
of ratifying the nominations of the Philadel?
phia Convention. The Republicans of each
ward are requested to assemble at their
respective headquarters, and march thence to
Military Hall, where the meeting will be held
and addressed by Lieutenant-Governor Ran
8ler, Attorney-General Chamberlain, Mr. C. C.
Bowen and others.
GOING NORTH FOB R IMPAIRS.-The Marion
Steam Fire Engine, stripped of all her apparel,
was dragged down to the wharf yesterday
morning, whence she will embark this after?
noon on the steamship Champion ?orNew
York. The engine ls en route for Hudson,
New York, where she will be thoroughly over?
hauled by ber builders, Messrs. Clapp & Jones.
She will have new pumps put in, and be lur
nlshed with a new furnace and all the latest
improvements ot a steam fire apparatus. In
about two weeks, or a few days more, the en?
gine will be back and ready for work.
SECURING A DOCTOR. - About half-past seven j
o'clock on Thursday evening, a sable disciple |
of .?teculaplus entered the premises of Mr. S.
Yeadon on Drake street, and began to make
htmsalt generally disagreeable. Seing ordered
out, he refused to go, and his abusive language
to the proprietor and his family made the ser?
vices of a Clubs and Stars necessary, who
speedily took the angry Sawbones to the
Guardhouse. He became still more ob s trepe-J
rous here, and his belligerent attitude? ?*0(1
language obliged the offley ?? lock ,,lm UP
The doctor_was br^ugnt before the Mayor, but j
a warrane had already been taken out, and,
yesterday morning, he was turned over to the J
tender mercies ct a trial Justice.
CHEAP Tarps TO EUROPE.-It is not surpris?
ing that thousands of good Americans should
go to Paris before they die, when they find
that the expense ot crossing the ocean in a
fine steamship ls reduced, by competition, to
au insignificant Bum. The Cunarders, trust?
ing to tholr reputation, keep up .their high
prices, but other lines equally comfortable
and safe run at much lower rates. The Anchor
line, for instance, of which Mr. Douglas Nisbet J
ls tho Charleston agent, charges only $120 tn
currency for the trip from New York to Liver?
pool and back, the tickets being good for |
twelve months. The Anchor line of steamers
are luxuriously flited up, and are commanded
by thorough seamen.
THE NEW .PROFESSORS.-The Columbia
Union, the Radical organ, has nothing to say
about Dr. Ctimmliigs, the newly elected pro?
fessor of mathematics in the University of
South Carolina, but gives the following par- j
tl cu lars about the new professor of chemistry :
Dr. Roberts Is eminently qualified to fill the
chair to which he is elected, if the numerous
letters from brethren of his profession, who
have known bim in his private and public life,
are ol account He has nigh testimonials from
several eminently scientific men, attesting his
proficiency in the science and his fitness as in?
structor ot ir. Among his testimonials may be
enumerated those of wm. J. Land, M. A., ana?
lytical chemist, of Atlanta, Ga.; Professor |
< "hf rt re?, professor of chemistry of the Medical
College of Savannah; Surgeon A. K. Smith,
?. S. A., nnd many others.
THE MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.-The first pub- j
Ho meeting ot the gentlemen interested In the
proposal of establishing a merchants' ex?
change In this city, was held at the rooms ot
the Chamber of Commerce yesterday after?
noon, with Mr. T. D. Jervey presiding, and
Mr. John W. Lewis acting as secretary.
Colonel Wm. Trenholm, from the committee
appointed at the preliminary meeting to dralt
a constitution and by-laws, made a report,
which was adopted, and submitted a draft of a
constitution, which was ordered to be printed,
so as to be ready for consideration at an ad?
journed meeting io be held next Monday after?
noon, when the organization of the exchange
will probably be completed, and Its first bbard
of officers elected.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY.-The an-1
nual meeting of the Atlantic Phosphate Com?
pany was held last Wednesday afternoon, and
the following gentlemen were elected o Ulcers
tor the ensuing year: Directors, Francis J.
Pelzer, Vf. P. Hali, Louis D. DeSaussure, B.
G. Plnckney and Wm. Lebby; Francis S. Rod?
gers, treasurer; G. B. Muckenfass, clerk. The
board of directors afterwards met and elec?
ted Francis J. Pelzer, Esq., president of the
company. It affords us pleasure to state that
this well managed corporation gives indica?
tion of a highly prosperous career. The de?
mand for fertilizers has been large, and is
constantly Increasing, and the reports irom
all sections of the South where the manufac?
tures of this company have been need speak
of them as a marked .success, and give the
most satisfactory accounts of the results at?
tending its application.
CLUBS AND STABS.-Edward Sweeney, a
mild-looking youth of color, accused of steal?
ing a pair of shoes from a store 11 King street,
near Morris, denied the soft Impeachment.
Bis arrest with the shoes as he sloped from
Lue store convinced the Mayor, but only
Drought forth a soft smile upon this victim of
appearances, who retired forthwith to the
suburban villa on the banks ot the Ashley to
spend thirty days In rustic retirement.
Anottier darkey, of mischievous proclivities,
amused himself by throwing brickbats, in
Vauderhorst street, at the buggy of a physi?
cian. Cubs and Stars put in au appearance
md took the unlucky descendant of Ham
before the Mayor. He was sent to the House
3f Correction for ten days, and, as he wended
his way to the suburbs, Richard Simmons
softly sunn "There's no place like Home."
The next offender was a small boy called j <
Ed. Gadsden, who kept throwing brickbats at
i man on Wentworth street. Before he L
inew it, Edward was flanked by a policeman, j I
ind at the request of the Mayor, Joined Slm
nons on his visit to the House of Correction
for the apace of twenty dayB.
An unfortunate young man came next, who
lad taken his shadow lor a policeman and
iept dodging around the corner of MeetlDg
ind Calhoun streets, until a bona fide Clubs
ind Stars did come up. He told the Mayor he
would never mix bto liquors agatn, and
saving paid up his dollar, went his way re
A pointer, a bull and a black dog and one
mule, were presented under the head of
estraye, and the sum of three dollars and fifty J ]
:ents was collected trom their owners. I i
A QUESTION OP COLOR.-It wa9 the Phoenix
and not the Chlcora Band that furnished the
enlivening music for the Willard mass meet
lag at the Battery, last Monday evening. The
former ls a full-blooded organization of black
men, under the efficient leadership of Mr. B.
H. Miller, while the members or. e Chlcora
Band are compelled to admit an Pd. nlxture of I
the Interior Caucasian element In tnelr other- [
wise admirable and musical velnB.
THE SAVANNAH SCH?TZENFEST.-The fourth
day of this festival ( Thursday ) passed off quite
successfully, the principal excitement being
the king's shot at the eagle. The body of the
bird, the last piece lett standlog, was shot
away by Mr. Charles Werner, who ls the first
king of the Savannah Sch?tzen and will reign
until the next fest. Besides the golden medal
and chain presented by the German Rifle Club
cf this city, the king falls heir to a purse of j
fifty dollars, a flue derringer and other valua?
bles. The king was crowned yesterday after?
noon and the festival ended last evening.
EXCURSION AND PARADE.-The Palmetto I
Guard Rifle Club will celebrate the anniversa?
ry ot the battle ot Fort Moultrie, June 28,
1776, by a picnic up the Ashley on the steamer
Pilot Boy. iThe Washington Light Infantry
Rifle Club have accepted an invitation of the
Palmettoes, and will send a delegation to par?
ticipate in the festivities of the day. The ex?
cursion party will return to the elly at half
past five o'clock In the' afternoon, and will be
met at Southern wharf by the Sumter Guard
and Washington Light Infantry Rifle Clnbs.
The clubs will have a parade around White
Point Garden, ic, the two latter acting as an
escort. The parade ot the Palmettoes last
June waa quite an event, and their celebra?
tion Is looked forward to with much Interest.
A VALUABLE INVENTION.-Messrs. Wright &
Wara ? cb, of Barnwell and Beaufort Counties,
S. C., have just introduced to the market a
valuable addition to the mechanical depart?
ment of plantation labor, in the form of a new
horse-power, which is represented by those
who have seen lt la operation as the most
simple, efficient and economical horse-power
ever manufactured. It is of home invention
and manufacture, and ls in the hands ot gen- ;
tlemen whose names are a guarantee that the
machine 1B all that is claimed for lt. It ls
called the Anti-Friction Horse-Power, and lt ls
claimed that, by ns peculiar arrangement of
cog? nml pinions In relation to each other, the
absolute minimum of friction has been ob?
tained. It is compact, durable and portable,
and caa readily be moved and put up, and one
of Its greatest advantages ls that the rising or I
falling of the floor upon wnlcb lt rests does not [
In any way affect the working of the gear.
Meetings Tilla Day.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso- j
elation, at 8 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
R. WHITE'S "Wakefield" Earth Closet ls un?
equalled by any made, and his "Magic" Earth
Closet unsurpassed except by the 'Wake?
field." Every family ought to have one.
They are Just the thing for Sullivan's Island
Call at White's Furniture House, in Hasel
street, and see samples.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
25 cents each, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King street, juniT imo
BILLHEADS and Letterheads printed at low
rates, plain or fancy; also, Dray Receipts,
Money Receipts, Cards, Circulars, Statements,
Handbills, Dodgers, ic, at THE NEWS JOB
CHROMOS at cost, to close out an Invoice, at
Souder's Galleries, No. 263 King street.
DRESS Goops I DRESS GOODS 1-Louis Coben
& Co. beg leave to draw the Mtentlon of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
Just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of Importation. A
call ?8 respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN ?
Co., No. 248 King street. may 1 o
Fe RC na OTT, BE \ EDICT <fc Co, 244 King
street.-150 rolls fi es h. malling, received per
steamship Champion, 26 cents. 20 pieces 4x4
Dress Linen, lo all desirable shades, only 20
cents. 2 cases more of the 10-4, 11-4 and
12-4 Allendale Quilts, at $1 37 and $1 50. Bal?
ance of our Dress Goods has been greatly re?
duced In price.
FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT <t Co., 244 King
street, have received per steamship Georgia |
4 cases o? 4-4 Eilerton U. S. Bleached cele?
brated Shirtings, which they offer for this
week at 15 cents, worth 18 cents-the cheap?
est Shirtings ever offered In any market.
BUSINESS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at $4
per thousand. Send your orders. Every
merchant and business man should haye his
card printed on his envelopes.
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souder's Gaile-1
rles, No. 263 King street. Junl7-lmo
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of the Hasel street es-1
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
DUTOHER'S LIGHTNING FLY-KILLER sweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt. Sold by dealers everwhere.
BUILD INO MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large varie';, of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?tc, are kept constantly
DD hand by Mr. P. P. T?ale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Borlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, ?c., from the
jest manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
LAWYERS can have their Briels printed In
my style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
jue quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without Initial,) also Penholder
ind Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Room. _ de cl ts
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
:heap, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
.ach, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King Btreet.
YOUNG MBN, TAKE NOTICE_Base Balls and
3ats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-s
C O M SI EH VIAL XE H'S,
PHILAOELPHIA-Persteamship Gulf Stream-151
bales cotton, 134 oal?s domestic good*, 603 bbls
naval stores. 172 tieroes rtce. 37 tuns old iron. 43
bales bides, 24 obis cakes, 1626 boxes vegetables,
and isl pkgs sundries.
The Charleston cotton, Rice and Narai
OFFICE (JHAHLKSTON NBW3,
FRIDAY STONING, Jone 21,1872.
COTTON.-This staple waa doll and tbere were
Rios.-There was a moderate demand for this
gram. Sales abont 70 tierces of clean Carolina,
say io tierces at 7x, is at BX . 41 at 6 -.ic 9 lb. We
quote common to fair at "X@Ui; good BX@8Xc
NAVAL STORKS.-Receipts isa obis spirits turpen?
tine, 402 bbls rosin and 06 bbls crnde turpentine,
spirits of turpentine Was quiet, with 40 asked and
48 bid. There was a fair demand for rosins, with
sales of ationt soo ebli, on the basis of $6 for pale,
$4 so@4 76 tor low paie, $2 60 for No 2 and low No
2, and $2 40 for strained. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $3 60 for virgin, $2 76 for yellow
dip and $1 80 for hard.
fasio ure.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi .
asl on uplands, nommai on Bea islands; via New
fork, Xd on uplands, Xd on sea islands; by sall,
Xd nominal on uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To da vre-on uplands. Coast wise-to Ne w York
oy steam $2 on upland! and - on sea islands; 9160
fl tierce on noe; by sall Mo V tt on cotton; - fl
tierce on rice; 6O0 fl barrel on rosin ; $8 f H on
lumoer; $10 V ll on timber. To Boston, by sall?
ie fl ft on npiand cotton; rosin 66c; resawed
Stoff $10?10 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, Dy sall $10 ft Mon boards,Kc ? ft on
xtton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York rates,
ru PhUaielphla, by steam $2 ft on cotton;
oy sall, $8fi M on boards; $0 50@io on timber; f8
per ton en clay, and $8a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam xe fi ft by sall, $8 60@7 fi
H on boards; $8@B 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
con on phosphate rock. Vessels are lu de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
rim Georgetown, 8, C., Daxlen and SatUla River,
Ja., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
md $10012 fi M are the rates on lumber and
... EXCEANGH.-sterling 60 day bills 23X.
DouBsno EXOHANOS.-The banks purchase
<<gnt checks on New York at par to x premium.
Outside they purchase at 1-16@X fl cent, pre?
mium, and sell at 8-16@x premium.
.Market? by Telegrapn.
LONDON, Jone 21.
Noon.-Consols 92X- Bonds Bl.
FRANKFORT, June 21.
PARIS, June 21.
Noon.-Rentes ?4f 10c. Specie increased four
NEW YORK, June 21.
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks dun. Money
easy at 4. Goid steady at 13X> Exchange, long
OX; snort lox. Governments dnll and heavy.
State bonds Btrong and steady.
Evening.-Money easy at 3a6. Sterling steady.
Gold is>sai3X. Governments unchanged and
very quiet. Tennessees firm; new south Caro?
linas weak; balance doll and steady.
NBW ORLEANS, Jone 21.
Sterling 2l\. Sight xa? premium. Gold
LIVERPOOL, June 21.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands lixa
nx. orleans nxd; sales 8000 bales; ealei or tno
week 67,000; exports 0000; ap?enla*ion 8000; stock
61,000; ?meilean 34 OOO) receipts 89,ot 0; American
l6,uoo;actnal export 10,000; afloat 204,000; Ameri?
Later -Cotton dull.
Evening.-uotton unchanged. Bombay ship
meuiB or 26th 16,000 balts. Yarns and fabrics
Nsw YORK, Jone 21.
Noon.-Cotton easier; sales 1040 bales; uplands
26XC, Orl. ans 2iXc.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 1333; uplands
26 x. orleans 26Xo. Hales of futures is, ?1 o bales,
as IOIIOWB: June, 24%; July, 26, 26X; August,
26X. 26ii; September, BM, 28?; October, 23?;
November, lox, is?; December, 19?.
BOSTON, June 21.
Cotton quiet; gross receipts 3221 bales; ex.
ports 10 Gi eat britain 681; sales 1200; stock 10.600;
weekly net receipts 225; gross 1692; exports to
Great Britain 681; stock 1300.
PHILADELPHIA, Jone 21.
Cotton quiet; weekly net receipts 657 bales;
PROVIDENCE, June 21.
Net receipts ot cotton 205 bales; stock 14,000.
BAL'IIMORB, Jane 21.
. Cotton Arm; dross receipts 28 bales; exports
coastwise 40; sales 92; stock 908; weekly net re?
ceipts 106; uro.-B 394; exports coastwise 337 ; salea
767; shipmen ts 406.
NORFOLK, Jane 21.
Cotton-net receipts 120 bales; exports coast?
wise 240; stock 2035; weekly net receipts 2816;
exports coastwise 8043; sales 60; stock 2035.
CITY POINT, June 21.
Cotton receipts of the week 7 bales.
V\ I I.M INGTuN, Jone 21.
Cotton quiet: net receipts 7biles; sales 13;
stock 1810; weekly net receipts 28; exports coast?
wise 78; sales 149.
SAVANNAH, Jane 21.
Holders firm; middlings 24c; net receipts 62
baies; sales 7u; stuck 8690; net rtoelpts of the
week 481; exports coast wise 1S74; sales 449.
Cotton nomina'; middlings 24?c; net receipts
1C5 ba.es; sates if; stock 3l4o; net receipts of the
week 2*7, sales 216.
MACON. Jane 21.
Cotton dall, middlings 23: receipts of the week
81 bales; sblpments 71; stock 1871, ion ; 1872, 642.
COLUMBUS, June 21.
Cotton dull; net receipts 26 bales; shipments 64;
spinners 60; sales 106; stock 645.
MEMPHIS, Jone 21.
Cotton dull; middlings 25o; receipts 72 baie?;
stock 6676; weekly receipts 727; shipments 1697:
NASHVILLE, June 21.
Cotton dall; weekly receipts 34 bales; shipments
69; Stock 1871, 892; 1872, 1178.
MONTGOMERY, June 21.
Cotton, weekly receipts 21 bales; shipments 86;
MOBILE, Jnne 21.
Cotton In limited demand at 2?>;c; net receipts
41 bales; exports coastwise 2250; sales loo; stock
1080; weekly n-1 receipts 72; exports coastwise
'?ibu; sales 1000.
NEW ORLEANS, June 21.
Cotton dall and little dulng; midd Inga 24,?c;
net receipts 326 bales; gross 329; siles KO; stock
28.48U; weekly net receipts 1222; gross 1237 ; ex?
ports to Liverpool 6347; Havre 3i59; coaatwlae
2608; sales 2660.
GALVESTON, June 21.
Cotton nominal; net receipts 20 bales; stock
MU; weekly net receipts 197; exports to Great
Britain 864; coastwise 882.
raovrsioNS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, June 21.
Noon.-Breadstnfls quiet, corn 26a 9d to 27s.
Evening.-Tallow 43s. Turpentine 45a.
LONDON, Jane 21.
Turpentine 49a60s. Fine rosin I7ai8s.
Nsw YORK, June 21.
Noon.-Flour dnll and unchanged. Wheat dull
ind unchanged, corn dall and heavy. Pork
dull; mess $18 30. Lard quiet; steam 9%a9 7-16.
Turpent.neflrm at 6&xc. Rosin quiet at, $3 isa
J 26 for Btralued.
Evening.-Flour heavy and lower; common to
ralr ext< a $7 60a9 7B; good to choice $9 80al3
Whiskey more active at 90c. Wheat lo2c lower;
winter red Wes ern $178al 82. Corn in moderate
?xport and home demand. Rice Arm at 9a9xe.
Pork dull at $13 80. Lard and naval atores un?
hanged. Tallow dull at 9a9?o.
BALTIMORE, June 19.
Floor very dnll and nominal. Corn, white
f8a79c; yellow 67c; mixed Western ?6a87c. oats
lull; western mixed 46a47c. Rye firm at $lai 06,
Pt ovlslons m good Jobblug demand. Whiskey 89c.
CINCINNATI, Jnne 21.
Flour dnll and lower and dlfllcult to ?ive ac
curate quotations; family $7 26a7 60. Corn dall
ind drooping at 49&60. Pork dull and regular at
B12 60; city pacKed 14. Lard, demand light and
lolderstiim. Bacon steady; sides 7Xa7?; large
lalee conld not be made at these quotations,
rt'hiok y steady at 85.
NEW ORLEANS June 21.
Sugar dull; fair 8Xc; good to fair 9?c. Mo
asses, city refinery fermenting 46c. Whiskey
I7a94c. Codee l7al0Xc.
Wilmington Market-Weekly Review.
WILMINGTON. Jane 21.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-On Friday, at the open
ng of the present review, the market havlog
eacbed a standing point reacted under the nu
avorable New York advices, and closed dall and
leavy in thc evening, saturday the previous
lays' feeling was exhibited, and at the close of
he day's business the market showed a decline
>f lc. Monday the dullness continued, and trans?
latons were free at a decline of lc. Tuesday the
Jemand for export bel?g good, the market
itrengrhened and hus since ruled steady at 48c,
ivlth fiee operations The receipts 1 or the week
?each 4892 casks against 4234 for the previous
veek, hhowing an increase of 658 casks. The
foreign and domestic shipments are quito heavy,
)Ut the stock has increased and the amount In
narket ls 4969 casks. The market closes steady
ROSIN.-The rosin market during the past week
las been sluggish and the finer grades nave
icarcely held their own, while the lower qualities
lave giveu way almost dally. Strainer has been
he leading feature, and sales In the aggregate of
.2.000 bbls nave been transacted, at prices in al-1
nost every Instance favoring ouyers. Friday the
narket declined sc, saturday loo, Monday 16 ces,
md at the close of our report the condition of the
market remained unchanged. No 2 baa also, in
sympathy with strained, declined. An extra
qnality of No 2 bas been song tu after, and par
chases to some extent have been quite free at a
good margin above stralued. No l aud pales have
barely maintained their lormer prices, but to day
the market snows a Blight improvement, and
closes witn an onderone exhibiting more
strength. The receipts for the weest are smaller
t ian those of the week previoii-, bnrthe stock has
been increased for the want of ship room, and to?
day, as tasen, ls 83,876 bbls, against *9,217 for
' CRUDS TURPENTINE.-The supply or this article
now in yard. Increased by thc daily teceipis, have
Blocked thc market to an extent which nat eua
h.ea distillers to purchuso to their fait wants, and
has given them the advantage over sellers In
th: early period of the week with exporters pur?
chasing, last wee&'s prices were fol. y mai ut ame I.
Un Tuesday, however, with a dull and ueclining
naval store market, tuts orancn naturally coi res?
ponded to the similar feeling and declined a5o on
jeiiow dip and 36c on virgin, 'the receipts are
considerably larger than those of the i r?vions
week, aud tne stock now In market ls 3828 bois
against; 2308 bbla. The market closes steady at
$2 60 for h?rd, $ J 60 for yellow dip, and $3 76 for
Interior Cotton Marketa.
YORKVILLB, Jane io.
Cotton ls quoted at from 20 to 2?)?c
CHARLU TTS, JUUe 17.
We quote middling 23)?a23Xo, low mtdddng
23c, and.good ordinary 21%c; grades unaer good
ordinary not In demand.
COLUMBUS, Jane 19.
Oar market nominal. Miduiiuits 23,4c. Ke
celpts live days 8 bales against 22 last week, and
6? corresponding week 1871. Shipped same days
82 against 80 und 73, eales 60 baies; ?eceipts 7 ;
MONTGOMERY, June 19.
The marke- ls quiet anu nominal; good ordina?
ry 2?>?C, strict good ordinary 22j?c, lev middlings
23X0, mtddllugB 23&C,
GREENVILLE, Jane 19.
Cotton ts selling to day at 2?)?a23c.
Receipts per Railroad, Jane 31.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
102 bales cotton, 46 bales goods. 61 bbls spirits
turpentine, 214 bbla rosin, 106 bbl- floor, 1 car
stock. To Railroad Agent, Kinsman A bowell,
Tledeman, Calder A co, W bilden A Jone . W W
Smith, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Barden A Parker, Q
H Walter A co, WLs A co, 6 W Williams A co, B
Cobla A 00, Laurry, alexander A co, Wagoner A
Monsees. u Bnlwlmdo, Burmeister A Zerbst, Stef?
fens, Werner A Dnoker.
22 bales cotton, 27 bbls crude turpentine, 168
bbls spirits turpem lne, 370 bbls rosin, cars lamber
and wood, Iron, mdse. Ac To Barden A Parker,
w h. lld en A Jones, E Welling, SAC Ka Uro dd co,
O Leibenrood, i & Adger A co, Kinsman A Bowell,
K T Walker, Mowry A son, A C te Jed, T O Boag,
A J Salinas, Frost, Adger A co, RA trans, John
Wieters, C Lieck ho tr, Railroad Agent, ano others.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Way Landings-Capt
Wm Ludlow, Mrs w B Paine, child and nurse, t
M Bow tc k, T McCarthy, J LSpsnu, Lieut cneiter,
Itev J ohackurt, and one deck.
Per steamer Km 11 ie. from Georgetown, S 0
Mrs A Morgan, Miss Wu luman, Miss A lt ton, Mrs
Capt Swan and children, Mrs Swan, J W Balley,
Rev B L Oliver, O H De ty ens, C J Coe, J P Mercer,
T I) McDowell and wife, Mrs S E Cooper, Rev W1)
Harris, A M McKufen, W J McKiflen, E U Lucas,
Master F F Johnstono, and six neck.
PORI (JA L ?TA Li A. ii.
New Hoon, 6th, io hoars, 4 min?tes, evening.
First Quarter, 141.11.2 hours, 0 minnies, morn'g.
Full Moon, '?1st, l hour, 39 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 boars, 8 minutes, evening.
B, A 8.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JUNE 22, 1872.
uat82deg46min38sec. | Lon 79deg57 nun27ste
British brig Slmoda, Gondey, Boston-13 days.
Ballast. To D McPherson.
Sehr Aldana Bokes, Rhodes, New York-6 days.
Ballast. To Master.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings.
60 tes rice, mdse, Ac To Ravened, Holmes A co,
W M Bird A co, J S Schirmer, Tledeman, Calder
A co, F Kresse), Jr, and others.
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C.
3 bales colton. 13,600 shingles, 36 pkgs rice, furni?
ture, mdse and bnndrles. To Sbackelord A Kelly,
R J Middleton, Caldwell A Son, O Claclna, Moses
v and erh?rst, 0 G Hame, John Bonos, J Baum, N
Emanuel, J R Pringle A son, E P Tourner, Eason
A Bro, Cohen, Hanokel A co.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
-W A Courtenay.
Sehr Florence Shay, Hutchinson, Brunswick,
Ga-aoach A Moflen.
Steamship Qalf Stream, Banter, Philadelphia.
FRCM THIS PORT.
Steamship virginia, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPD.
Nsw YORE, Jane 21.
Arrived, steamships Holland and Washington.
Evening.-Arrived, the Great Western.
Arrived out, the Scotia and Hecla.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 17
Br bark Onward, Evans, np.April 12
The Georgiana,-, np.April 16
The Dake of Cornwall, Keays, sailed.May 22
Bark Lacy, Jones, np.Jnne 3
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26
The Amazon, McDonald, up...May 14
Bi bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Jane 2
WBST HARTLEPOOL, BNO.
The Pegaras, Christiansen, cleared.May 16
The Athene, Sorensen, sailed.March 19
The Brenton, Rich, sailed.March 20
The Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, Woffer, sailed.April 8
Sehr H E Sampson, Davis, cid.Jane 16
Sehr Myrover, Brown, np.June 17
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, cleared.Jane 18
Sehr carrie A Bentley, np.Jane 6
Br bark Jos Holmes, Wise, cleared.May 17
sehr Caroline Young, Young, cleared_June 7
Brig Al tavela, Cousins, np.June 3
Sour Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared.May 16
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeOroot, up.June 4
Sehr M O Frye, Banker, cid.Jone 17
Sehr John A Frank, Mathews, cleared......Jane 1
Doors, Sashes ano ?iinos
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFI C E AND* SALESROOMS,
No. QO Havne street,
FACTORY, HO BL BECK'S WHARF
Drngo at lUr)olcsaIe.
THE ENEMY SURRENDERS.-THE
dragon alala by Sc George, and the snake
mat ?topped the march of Regulus, were mild
nuisances compared with Oh RON I ti INDIGES?
TION and its accompaniments; yet this foe of
health and ure, with all the brood of bilious and
n?rveas ailments of which it ls the parent, sur?
Tarrant's Effervescent Selixer Aperient
and ls banished from the system. At this season,
wtim the physical powers are so apt to droop and
languish, and the spirits to give way, the ton lng,
purifying, refreshing, renovating and regulating
operation of this most agreeable or all correctives
ls especially conducive to a healthful and vigor?
ous condition or the system, told by all Drug?
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER?
THEY ARE ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous ingre?
dients of any kind-nothing in tho least degree
Injurions to the system nader any circumstances
-and may be administered with perfect safety
to an Infant.
They never rall to care the most obstinate case
when taken aa directed.
They care Imme lately. Ia no case will the pa
tient have more than one chill alter the first dose,
and m the majority of cas* s not even that.
They accomplish the work by destroying the
cause of disease, which no other remedy pretends
They are on effectuai preventive, neutralizing
the malarious poison In the system, and thns
averting Its consequences.
PHYSICIANS USE THEM IN THEIR PRAOTIOE
It ls almost universally the case that physicians
condemn what aro generally known as "Patent
Medicines." MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS,
thongh nnder this head, the composition is known
to many, and BO palpable are their valuable eura
? tlve properties that a number or the first physi?
cians lo the South and West have adopted them
In their practice, and recommeud them to their
patients as the most- reliable Fever and Agne
NO ONE NEED SUFFER,
be they ever BO moon exposed to Fever and Ague,
if they will only take
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
To those who have contracted Fever and Agne,
Instead of using Quinine, Arsenic, and other power?
ful remedies, they win find not only immediate
relier, but a positive cure in
MOISE'S FEVER ANO AGUE PILLS,
which ls an old reliable article prepared from the
private formula of ?ne of the most experienced
physicians in the Fever and Ague districts, who
after many years of saccowfol practice has made
lt known to the pr prletor. This article has been
ased In cases where every remedy has failed be?
fore, and performed the most astonishing cores;
being a vegetable compound, it removes the
canse or the disease at once, and does not fur?
nish, as many articles do, only temporary relief.
i. xi YEBNA i. F XIII Bm on OF iBBft
ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
Approved by thc Imperial Academy
The Quinium Labarraque is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark.
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicinc are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quinium Labarraque, approved by
thc Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
The Quinium Labarraque is prescribed
wi Ih great success for persons of weak con
titution, or for those debilitated by various
ex hans ting causes or past sickness ; for youths
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.
lt is the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia, orGreensik
ness, Ibis Wine is a po werful 'auxiliary of
thc ferruginous preparations. In conjunction,
for example, with VALLCT'S PILLS, the rapidi?
ty of ?ts action is really marvellous.
Depot in Parin, L. FRERE, 19t rae Jieob.
.'.gents lu Oharieston: DO WIE, MOISE
kJ? DAVIS, Wholesale Drngglsta. i
ELEGANT AND RELIABLE PREF AR.
W. R. WARNER & CO.,
Offer the following assortment of Elegant Pre?
parations, now used by Physicians everywhere.
Send fer Price List to Dr. H. BAER, Charleston:
Iron ana lodoform Pills, a powerful Alterative
Comp. Phosphorus Pills, tor Impotence, Loss ol
Nerve Power, Ac
Elixir Clnchonla Calisaya
Elixir Pyrophosphate of Iron
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Bismath
Elixir Calisaya, Ferreted
Elixir Calisaya, Iron and Strychnia
Elixir Pepsin, Bismath and Strcyhnl?
Elixir Valerlanate of Ammonia
Wine of Pepsin
Bitter Wine of Iron
Wine or Wild Cherry
Ferrated Wine of Wild Cherry
oomp. Syrup of Phosphates (or Chemical Food)
s>yrup or Hypophosphttea (for Consumption, Bron
- chitts, Ac)
Lozenges ot Pepsin and Iron
Licorice Lozenges, obtaining Vanilla, Toln, Ac.
Elixir Taraxacum Comp. This ls a new and valu?
able combination of the medicinal properties
or the Dandelion, Wild cherry and Gentian,
associated with Aromatics. It ls a very
agreeable and efficient remedy. Aside from
Its medicinal virtues, lt Is useful as a vehicle
and tor masking the bitter taste of Quinine.
Elixir Gentian and Iron
Elixir Bromide of Potasslnm.
Syrup Pbosph. Quinine, Iron and Strychnia (Alt
ken's syrup) for Debility and Nervous Pros?
tration, Indigestion, Chlorosis, Ac ?
Ellx. Valerlanate of strychnia
EUX. Phosph. quinine, if on and Strychnia (of the
greatest service where there ls a tendency to
Beef, Wine and Iron, an elegant combination,
especially serviceable in cases of children and
In addition to the above, W. R. Warner A Co.
manalactnre a roil line or Finid Extracts and
Sugar-coated Pills, all or which are to be had at
Mannractnrer's Prices, of
DR. H BAER, Nc 131 Meeting street,
mch23 dawamos Charleston. S. a
rpHE UNEQUALLED MACHINE.
The HOME SHUTTLE uses the Straight Needle,
makes the lock stitch, (alike on both sides,) has
self-adjusting tension, and ls the only first class
low price sewing Machine In the market adapted
ior every vartety or ?ewing from muslins io
heaviest cloths. Price $25 and $37.
Agents wanted. Send Btamp for circular and
sample of Sewing. T. L. BISSELL,
janll-fmwemo Charleston, g. c.
THE PHLT?ADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IBON SOREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter, ?
Are now regularly on Ute Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, alford ra Did transportation
to and from all points in the CO tum states, : and
to and from Cincinnati. St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the'Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres. - '
ta- The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf on FBXDAT, June 28th, at 12
kW The GULF STREAM Will foUow. . . ' S . - '
For particulars or Frateni arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia,
Jnn22 ? f ? . - '
FOB HEW YO B K;; .
. . . _ :< ; '...!
ON TUESDAY, JUNE 25,' AT 6 CrXJLOCK
P. M. cca
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DEOS, f" >
The Splendid New iron Si de wheel, steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Oommander. will sall for
New York on TUESDAY. June 25th, at 6 o'clock
P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities ss nBuaL ' . - "
insurance bv Steamers or this Line a percent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, haring
very Dno Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad rtreet,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
Junia _ . ,. , ??
OR NEW Y 0 SK.
?SW YORK AMD CHABldllTOI
STB AMS HIP LINK. 1 /
' The Splendid Sldewheel SteamshtpGHAMFlON,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander, will ealTrfrora
Ad Ber's South Wharf for the aoove port on SATUR?
DAY, the 22d inst., at 5 o'clock P.M. - ?. t vir- '
gig- The CHAMPION ls handsomely and com?
fortably fitted up for passengers, and.offen supe?
rior ind?ceme nts to travellers going North, ,..
JUT Marine Insurance by tuts line nalLper cent.
kW Through Bills of Lading given'On Uotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towna.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
JUU17-6 JAMES A DOER A CO., Agents.
OB B A L T I MO EE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The Fino Steamship SEAGULL, Dutton ?oto
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY, 2?d
June, at 6 o'olock P. M.
kW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, bud Consignees are allowed
ample time to simple and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia. '
For Freight or Passage apnly to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent,
Janis-*._So. 2 Union Wharves.
JJEDUOTION IN PASSAGE BATES 1
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
Railway station or Seaport in Great?_
Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Mv?tu
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and tbs
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $80. By Saturday's learners $66 and $76.
EXCURSION TICKETS. $120.
Intermediate, $33; steerage, $28, all payable la
Parties sending for their friends In the 014
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
Fur farther particulars apply to the Agents,
HENDERSON BROTHS KS,
No. 7 BowUng Green, N. Y.,
Orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprll-3mo8D*w ?_Charleston. 8.0.
pAOmO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Fl rr ?ST??L.
No. 42, North River, foot of Cana)S&IMB
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or BS ?SB
and 80th of every monta except when these
dates fall on sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam
era for South Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco firs t of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat go
direct from New York to AspinwaU.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medi?me and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot of Canal stree:, North River, New'York.
July2fl-lyr p. R, BABY. Agent.
I710R LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
W1U dispatch one of their first ?class, full power
Iron Screw steamships from
PIER No. 48 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Omce No. 20 Broadway) $M,
currency. . . .
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
, No. 68 Wall street, N. Y.
N H.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool bumed
t>y tho Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER. HUGER ACO.,
may? Or WM. A. COURTENAY._
_?The splendid Steamer,_
pi UM'..Captain MCMILLAN
wui leave Charleston every TUHSDAY EVENING,
at half-past 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatk-i FHIDAY
MORNING and Savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having Flrat-Class Ac*
commodatlons, apply to
RAVENED A CO.. Agents.
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bag.