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I"t.re.t!?B Bxercl.es at the Citadel
Square Baptist Chnrch-The Singing,
Speeebes and Presentation of Prizes.
The anniversary exercises of the Citadel
Square Bapilst Church Sunday-school were
held yesterday afternoon, though they may be
said to have begun In the morning, aa the pas?
tor. Rev. E. T. Wlnkler, D. D., read during the
morning service the annual report of the able
and efficient superintendent, John G: Milnor,
Esq. Tne report refers to the conversion of
three of the scholars during the year, and the
death of one, and also alludes very feelingly
to the death of Deacon W. S. Henerey, one ot
the officers of the school. The school consists
of four officers, nine male teachers, twelve
female teachers, eighty-five male scholars,
one hundred and one female scholar?. Toial
of teachers and scholars, two hundred and
eleven. There has alao been added to the
library of the school, during the past year,
over five hundred volumes, at a cost ot two
hundred and Bixty-four dollars and eighty-six
cents. A statement was also made of the
Clothing fund, showing a balance on hand In
the haurt^ of the treasurer of twenty-eight dol-1
lars <*nd ninety-five cents.
At five o'clock P. M., the children and teach?
ers, together with the parents and members ot
the congregation, and a large concourse of
friends anxious io witness the interesting ex?
ercises, a?sembled In the spacious church.
The services began by the singing by the
school of the bymu "Bless the Lord, 0 my
Soul.'' The singing waB accompanied by the
plano, played by Miss Cuthbert, and the whole
conducted by Wm. Tnayer, Esq., whose thor?
ough acquaintance wlih and love of music
eminently qualify him as the Instructor of the
children tn sloging the beautiful songs of Zion.
The sluging was particularly sweet, and the
scholars exulblted the results of thorough
training. AU of the songs selected were very
beautiful and appropriate, and they were sung
with a precision and life wbich spoke volumes
for their Instructor, and showed that their lit:
tie hearts were full of the praise they suhg.
Ailar an opening prayer by Dr. Wlnkler, and
the Binging of the second hymn, the Scripture
lesson for the day was read by the pastor, the
children and teachers uni tine in the responses.
The lesson waa taken from 2 Kings. 21:10 16.
Then followed the salutatory address by Mas?
ter W. C. Miller, who, though with one arm in
a sling, extended a very graceful welcome to
all. Next was sung the beautiful hymn, "Our
Bright Home Above," after which Master R.
Hall Tapper delivered an address upou the Im
penance of Truth. After singing the next |
Hymn, "The Bright Forever," Masters Tho*
Balta Wilbur and W. Cutiino wilbur spoke In
a dialogue, entitled "Step In the right direc?
tion." "The Angels in the Air" having been
then sung, little Master Edwin Wlnkler recited
Leigh Hum's beauUful little poem, "Abou Ben
Ad hem," with fine effect. The next hymn was
"My Sabbath Home," then Master F. L. Meyer
delivered an address "To Paren ts and Friends."'
Next followed "That Beautiful Land," succeed?
ed by an address lrom Master Cornelius Wink.
1er, whose subject was, "You may pay too
dear for your Whistle." This closed the ad?
dresses on the part of the scholars, all of |
whom acquitted themselves well, and gave'
great promise ol becoming good men and elo-1
quent speakers, whether at tbe bar, in leglsa
tlve halls, or In the pulpit. The distribution ol
prizes followed the addresses. The superin?
tendent first delivered two prizes, whicb had
been offered by two friends ot the church to
the teachers of the class of male and female
scholars respectively which should make the
largest contributions to tbe benevolent object
or the Behool. These prizes were awarded to
Mr. D. Mustard, whose class had contributed
sixteen dollars, and to Mrs. E. M. Miller, whose
little class ol girls had contributed twelve dol?
The young men's Bible class, taught by Mr.
Wm. G. Wauden, and the young ladies* Bible
class, taught by Colonel Zimmerman Davis,
have together contributed about one hundred
dollars during the year, but they were not con?
testants for these prizes. Mrs. Miller was also
awarded a prize for punctuality, never having
been late once, and only absent a few Sabbaths
from sickness. To tbe only teacher who was
never absent or late one Sabbath In the year,
Mr. M. L. Almar, a handsome prize was also
awarded. The superintendent then presented
a handsome edition of Wordsworth's poems to
Miss Ella Gantt, given by ber teacher aa a
prize for punctuality aud regular attendance
ber absence during the epidemic causing her j
to fail In receiving the necessary number of j
tickets to entitle her to a prize accordiog to the
terras Imposed for the whole school,* Then
began tbe distribution of prizes to all those
Who bad been present at the opening of the
Behool for lorty-five Sabbaths, or more, during
the year. In ihe male department the follow?
ing werej tbe recipients : Thomas Smith Wil?
bur, W. Cu ttl no Wilbur, James A. Dixon, Rob'
?rt A. Wilbur, Herbert Wilbur, Hall L. Bisse!!,
Orville Bissen, W. C. Miller, Moultrie Goddard,
James E. Goddard and Edward McTureous.
Io the female department the recipients were
Misses Lula M. Wilbur, Mary Aimar, Eva I i
Shokes. Mary Shokes, Mary J. Dallas, Ammie I j
Smith, Martha Desportes, Cornella Desportes.
Eveline Sweeney and Flora Mciver. Thirteen
Ult!** girls and eight little boys, in the infant
Class, also received suitable prizes for good
behavior, upon.the recommendation of their
teacher. The superintendent took occasion to
refer to the marked punctuality of the four Ut-1
tie Masters Wilbur and their sister, Miss Lula.
Toe distribution of the prizes by the super?
intendent having been concluded, Colonel Da?
vie took him completely by surprise- by pre?
senting bim, in behalf of the teachers and
ech?la. ? cr the Behool, with a handsome silver
goblet and salver, for his faithful discharge of j
the onerous duties of superintendent for the j
past four years. In the course of his remarks
Colonel Davis mentioned the fact teat during
tbe whole period of four years Mr. Milnor had
never once been late In attendance. No I
wonder that such punctuality on the part of
tbe superintendent should result In such a
Tbe goblet is of massive sliver, handsomely
engraved, lined with gold, and bearing the
following inscription : "Citadel Square Baptist
Church SunrJay-nchool to John G. Milnor,
superintendent, 1872." On the handsome sal?
ver, which accompanied the goblet, are en?
graved the initials J. G. M., In German text.
The closing hymn, "Peace on Earth," was
thea sung with fine effect by the children of |
tbe school, and a benediction by the Rev. Dr.
Wlnkler terminated thc highly interesting ex-1
SCOTT OK THB RAMPAGE.-About ten o'clock
on Saturday night considerable excitement
was occasioned at the corner of Woolfe and
Meeting streets by several shots fired In quick
succession, which, on investigation, were
found to proceed from the pistol of a'sable
bacchanalian named R, M. Scott. ThlB lively
youth and his companion, A. Ancrum, were
both fast Buccamblng beneath the effects of
their potations, but managed to abuse the po
llceman who came up to arrest them, and
threatened his life with the pistol. Clubs and
Stars, however, did his duty, and bern of these
disturbers of the peace were soon snoring
peacefully in their cells at the Guardhouse,
and dreaming that the Mayor had compli?
mented them for their good behavior and dis?
1 RADICAL MEETING.-Mr. R. 8. Tharln will
deliver a epe ?ch from the City Hall steps, te?
mor ow evening at eight o'clock. Subject,
"The Past, Present and Future of South Caro?
BASK BALL.-A match game was played on
Saturday afternoon, ot the weBt end ol Broad
street, between the Chlcora and Excelsior
Base Ball Clnbs. The Cnlcoras were victori?
ous by a score of nineteen to nine.
IN THE WRONO POCKET.-A. P. Judohn, a
colored youth, was detected yesterday after?
noon In a store al the corner of Pitt and Dun?
can streets, with his hand in Thomas Maxwell's
pocket, from which he was extincting certain
greenbacks. Judohn was turned over to the
police and lodged in the Guardhouse.
CELESTIAL FASHIONS -A magnificent
meteor flamed along the western sky about
ten o'clock on Saturday night. The trail waB
long and brilliant, and Ut up the heavens for
several seconds. The stranger wore a star
on ber head, and her train was a most exag?
gerated and unquesiionable Dolly Tarden.
DELINQUENT TAX SALES.-The sale of real
estate on account ol taxes due WBB resumed
on Saturday morning. Two buildings belong?
ing to C. Vauderhorst, to wit: No. 5 Dereef's
court and No. 58 Morris street, were offered,
and there being no bids, knocked down to the
State for the taxes, $15 23 on the first and
$18 38 on the Becond. The sale was but poor?
ly attended and there was no bidding. To-day
the sales will be continued, beginning at the
letter W. _#_
CAJ?PSEN'S FLOUR MILLS-N. V BOOTHE RN
FLOUR.-This excellent establishment, so con?
venient to onr citizens for the purchase of
ire8h-ground and high-classed flour, is now
turning out a double-extra quality, ground
from new South Carolina wheat. The very
superior crop of this grain raised in the South
the present season will enable purchasers to
secure an article o? high Btandard, the product
of wheat grown near home, and which can be
relied upon lor its purity and good(baklng
qualities. The above mill, while employing
home labor and adding to local prosperity, ls
one of many forms ot industry which it la well
to encourage and sustain.
THE CHARLESTON JOINT STOCK COMPANY.
In the official advertisement lp, 8atnniay*s
NEWS of the numbers drawn ia Friday's raffle
ol the Charleston Joint Stock Company, the
number 02 appeared erroneously In Class No.
c. The numbers should have read as follows :
CLASS No. 5-FRIDAY MORNING, June 21.
54-63-22 - 36- 8-24-34-16 -70-19-77-59
CLA3s No. 6-FRIDAY EVENING, June 21.
71-16- 2-27-44-55-46-19-72 -41-73-32
This enterprise is now in complete working
order, and Us inauguration was celebrated
last Saturday evening by a very pleasant sup?
per party at Tully's.
PALMETTO STREET.-The lower end ot this
lovely little street Is the chosen place where
the freedmen, just landed from the country
In their boats, with produce, Ac, love to con?
gregate and talk over the state of the market,
chaffer, buy and sell. On Saturday nights it
ls peculiarly lively, owing to the unusual id
flux of visitors to make their purchases for
Sunday. It was crowded last Saturday eve?
ning. Trade was brisk, and everything went
well until one ot the men was struck by some
one la the dark, and began to hit out blindly
In the direction of the blow. A free fight en?
sued, which resulted in the Intervention ot
the police and the capture of A. McElvaney
and James Davis.
STABBING AFFRAT ON MOUNT PLEASANT.
On Friday night last, an affray occurred in the
Village of Mount Pleasant, between Messrs.
Furman Gregory and Marion Ross, in which
the latter was severely it not fatally stabbed.
It seems that the two young men, who are
both well known residents of the villasre, bad
some small difficulty about money matters,
and on the evening in question Gregory had
asked Ross to pay him some money which the
latter owed him. A quarrel ensued, and Ross
assailed Gregory with his fists. The latter
eire w a pocketknife, and in the dark stabbed
Ross in the left side of tbe neck, near the hol?
low of the clavicle, Inflict!ag a small but deep
wound. Thus uncled the fight, and Ross was
c[uickly taken to a house where medical as?
sistance was rendered him. During Saturday
E.nd yesterday he was lying in a critical con?
dition, but hopes are entertained that he will
survive the wound. Last night his condition
was much the same as on Saturday and Sun?
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MARKET.-The
Dally Bulletin: of Saturday, June 22, says :
The feature in the market for potatoes has
been the arrivals of new, which have weak?
ened the price ot all kinds, both old and new.
Bermuda potatoes are also lower. Mom green
vegetables are plenty and lower. Asparagus
s about done: lor this season. Our quotations
?or po'atoes are in bulk; In H h lp pl nu order 60c
M>r bbl must be added. Bermudas are held at
57 50a9 from dock. New Southern $2 50. We
j no tr old ns follows: $1 35al 50 per barrel for
reachblows; 50ca$l per bbl. for Early Bose;
>0a$i for Early Goodrich; 50ca$l per barrel for
lackxoa whites; $lal 25 for Prince Alberts,
[n vegetable wc quote Green peas, Long
[gland, two bushel bags $1 25; Spinach 75c per
>bl. Bermuda tomatoes $la$l 12 per box; do.
anions $1 60a2 per crate. Rhubarb $2 per 100
Minchen. Lettuce$1 25al 50 per 100. Cucum?
bers 50ca$l 25 per crate; do. Norfolk, ha'f
barrel crates $5. Summer squash $la1 50
New turnips $1 75a2 per 100 bunches. New
cabbages, Sinthern. $2a3 per bbl; do. Jersey,
?8 per 100. Strim? beans $3 p-r bbl. Green
onion? $4 per 100 bunches. Beets, Jersey $8;
do. Norfolk, $4 per 100. Cauliflowers, good,
13 per dozen. Southern tomatoes $4 60a5 per
ACCIDENT AT OR ANGE BU RU-A MAN RUN
OVER BY THE CARS.-On Friday night, as the
iown train on the South Carolina Railroad was
passing through Orangeburg, Sam. Mitchel,
illas July, a colored dwarf, while attempting
'o jump upon the train fell upon the track, and
iad his righi leg crushed, and the toes of his
eft foot badly mashed by the car wheels. July
lad just got out of the Penitentiary, where he
Had been serving out his sentence alter hav?
ing been convicted ot robbing Mr. Happoldi's
nore, and on bis way down had stopped in
Oraugeburg a few days. On Friday night he
was going to the depot to take the train
but it moved off while he was on the way, and
he ran down the malu Btreet to head lt. As it
passed he made a J ump for the car-steps, but
missed his aim and caught one railing of each
car. He hung so lor some lime, but being un?
able to get up, he tried to throw himself back,
and in doing this fell upon the track and was
injured as above stated. He was brought to
the city, and on Saturday was taken to the
Oily Hospital. His right leg was amputated
lust below the knee by the Burgeon, Dr. J. S.
Buist, and lour of the toes of his left foot were
also taken off. He ls now doing well. July ls
the able-bodied dwarf with legs about the shape
and length of a bull's horns, who was well
known as a "spot boy" and hanger-on of the
detective off ce during the Plllsoury adminis?
tration. It was while he was In the dectectlve
office that the frequent burglaries upon Mr.
Happoldi's establishment occurred, and July
was employed to find out the thief. This was,
ot course, never done, until one of his pals
told on Joly, who proved to be one of the
prime robbers, aud was afterwards tried and
convicted of the offence.
THE WRONG TREE.-A sergeant and a squad
of soldiers made a descent ou the house ol
Dr. Avery, of York, last week, thinking that
he had returned home. They searched the
house, but came to the conclusion that it was
all a false alarm. It ls now known that the
Canada kidnappers, when they captured Dr.
Bratton. thought they had secured Dr. Avery.
THE CODRTS_There was no business trans?
acted In the United States Court on Saturday.
Judge Bryan has returned to the city, and
court will be held as usual this morning.
In the Common Pleas Judge Graham beard
a few motions and granted orders of no pub- J
Ile interest on the equity side. The court
meets at ten o'clock thid morning, and the fol?
lowing cases are used for trial: Johnson,
Crews & Co. vs. Goodwin & Co.; Brown vs.
Kirkpatrick & Wilie; Dobbin vs. Epping; Mar?
tin vs. Holland; Bernard vs. Crlmmall; Pritch?
ard, trustee, vs. Irby; Conner vs. Hough,
Clendenlng & Co.; Dowling & Co. vs. Padget.
CRUMBS.-The members of Shekinah Lodge,
A. Y. M., have a celebration at Scanlanvllle
Two years ago to-day, Chales Dickens the
In the case of Oppenheim vs. Bulwlnkle
I A Co., tried on Friday In the Court of Com?
mon Pleas, the Jury were unable to agree, and
a mlstrlil was ordered.
The Journeymen barbers of this city Intend
to petition the City Council, at its meeting to?
morrow night, for the enforcement of the or?
dinance forbidding the opening of barber
BLopB on Sunday.
Curas AND STARS.-Anna Williams, an Ethi?
opian bacchante, lodged for disturbing the
neighborhood and being disorderly in Spring
street near Sires, was fined one dollar with an
alternative of ten days In the House of Cor?
W. Montgomery and James Bronson, two
rustic Jehus of color, arrested for driving their
loaded farm carts through King street, and
refusing to turn out when ordered so to do by
the police, were each fined one dollar. They
grumbled and paid up.
Isaac Washington, found trespassing upon
the piazza of a citizen in Tradd street, appa?
rently with an eye to business, was discharged,
no prosecutor appearing1 "gainst him.
The esl ray s consisted of seven goats, a hound
and ? pointer, upon which fines to ihe amount
of five dollars and fifty cents were collected
from the owners. _
THE SAVANNAH SCH?TZENFEST closed
Friday evening, when a number of additional
prizes were awarded, viz:
A. Tharne, pair of boots and pair of pants;
Charles Werner, box of Havana cigars; George
A. Gemenden, a five dollar gold piece; Ferdi?
nand Franz, a cask of rice; Peu ? Schafer, one
barrel of flour; Julius Kauf ma. halt a dozen
silk socks; J. scholl, two fine t> .om shirts; A.
Baster, a meerschaum pipe in a shell ; "Charles
Wescott, box of handkerchiefs; J. Herschbach,
pair of fine gaiters; P. Cornell, a silk scarf and
two silk handkerchiefs; J. Keyser, a barrel of |
President Elsi nger made a handsome speech,
complimenting the Sch?tzen and their first
king. Mr. Karl Werner. Miss Schlamm placed
the chain and medal over the neck of the
king, to whom Mayor John 0. Ferrlll present- ?
ed a silver-mounted Derringer.
The festival was highly successful. Three
hundred and thirty-one dollars was taking in
at the dancing pavilion and twelve hundred
dollars at the gates.
PONGS DB LEON SPRINO AND THE KIMBALL
Hon.-E.-This delightful summer resort, lo?
cated at Atlanta, Georgia, ls again open lor
t he Beason, and ollera advantages to the tour?
ist, the pleasure-seeker and Invalid, which
are in no way inferior to those of the most
boasted Northern watering places. The curd?
ive properties of the Ponce de Leon water are
highly spoken of by those who have had an
opportuulty to test their efficiency, and the
hotel ls certainly one of the most commodious
and elegant In the whole country. It has the
"safely passenger elevator," patented by Oils,
Tufts ?i Co., by means of which the guest, de?
siring to reach his apartment on an upper
story, has merely to step lu and be seated In
a cozy and elegantly furnished room, which
straightway ascends without visible agency un?
til the desired location ls reached. It has also a
capacious and handsome ball-room, a billiard
room e.ipeclaly for ladles, elegant parlors and
suites of apartmenib, and every appointment of
a modern and first-class hotel. A band of I
music bas also been engaged for the season,
and hops will be given every evening In the
EXCURSION BY MOONLIGHT.-The Pioneer j j
Steam Fire Engine Company had an excur-11
sion on Friday night around the harbor, on
the steamer St. Helena. The members, with
a large number of invited guests, among
whom the fair sex were well represented, left
Market Wharf on the steamer at eight o'clock,
with Beck's Brass Band on board. After a
short trip on the water the party landed at
Mount Pleasant, where the large dancing hall
was cleared and Ut up, and, with the aid ol
their floe band, the party spent two pleas- j
ant hours lh the enjoyment of the
dance. Again embarking on the steamer,
they moved swiftly from point to point about
the harbor, from within a stone's throw
of the Battery to the, broad harbor mouth
beyond Fort Sumter. The weather was
charming, the moonlight divine and the
music delicious, and with "youth at the prow
and pleasure at the helm," the excursionists
glided on ov# the sparkling water until the
approaching hours of morning warned them
to turn towards home. At two o'clock A. M.
on Saturday they landed at the wharf after
the pleasantest of excursions, and highly
grateful to Captain Christlau, of the steamer,
for his courtesy and attention to the conveni?
ence of his guests.
Meetings This Day.
Delta Lodge of Perfection, at 8 P. M.
Friendahip Lodge, A. F. M., at 8 P. M.
Charleston Zouave Elfie Club, Co. A, at 8
Auction Sales This Day.
Holmes & Macbeth will sell at half-past 10
o'clock. In front ot their office, horse, wagon,
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, si raw hats, &c.
Hotel Arri val J-I u ur '*2 and 33.
B. T. Huested, Missouri; W. W. Croom and
daugnter, Mrs. E. W. Bellamy, Alabama; J. B.
DeBerry, Branchville; Geo. E. Prltchett, Wil?
liamsburg; W. W. Hadlee, A. H. Brown, Mars
Bluff. A. W. Togno, Florence; C. H. Camp,
South Carolina; A. Morgan, Georgetown.
John C. Winder, North Carolina; Miss M. J.
Ferguson,' J. A. Ferguson, Ocala, Fla.; Wm.
W. Woolsey, Aiken; G. A. Seaver, New York;
John T. Atkinson, Miss Eliza Owens, Savan?
nah; C. D. Owens, New York; Jno. Blunt?
Mary Blunt, Margaret Blunt, Atlanta; F. A
Dockray, A. H. Moore,Florida; Edwin F. Gary,
Conimbla; S. B. Wright, Beaulort; P. M. De
Leon, Savannah; Miss C. V. Drew, G. It. Hall,
O. Bronson. Jr., wire, servant and child, Miss
L. F. Colt, Mrs. Taylor and child, H. D. Bon
netheau, E. C. Simons, W. Lawtey, H. C. Dix?
on, Florida; H. Humbert, 0. Goldsmith, New
York; S. M. Spingier, N. H. Soliera, Baltimore;
H. T. Baumall. North Carolina; A. Salcedo, Sa?
vannah; T. J. Robertson, South Carolina.
THE RULES OP THE SUPREME COURT of tbe
State ot South Carolina, adopted at the April
term, 1872, hare been published by Walker,
Evans & Cogswell, No. 3 Broad and 109 Esst
Bay streets, Charleston, S. C. Price fitly
cents; sent by mall, postage prepaid. We aiso
offer the book bound, with the Rules of Prac?
tice of the Circuit Court, in hali law sheep and
Interleaved, lor two dollars; sent by mall,
postage prepaid. Jun24
DRT GOODS_White Piques, Corsets and
other styles of goods, at reduced prices, at A.
R. Stillman's Dry Goods House, No. 281 King
DUTGHER'S LIOHTKTNO FLY-KILLER sweeps
them off and clears the house speedily. Try
lt Sold by dealers everwhere.
A FRESH SUPPLY of Striped and Plaid Ja?
conets and Nainsooks, cheap. Linen Cam?
bric Handkerchiefs al Gi cents. Jean Corsets
reduced to 35 cents. At A. B. Stillman's, No.
281 King street.
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
25 cents eacb, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King street. _ Junl7-lmo
A FRESH LOT of White Piques Just opened,
at 20 and 25 cents per yard. Some very choice
styles reduced to 30, 35 and 40 cents. Buff |
Marseilles, Striped and Figured Piques, in
black and colors, all at low prices, at A. B.
Stillman's, No. 281 King street.
BRESS GOODS I DRESS GOODS 1-Louis Coben
A Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
just received, comprising the latest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent, below their cost of importation. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Louis COHEN A
Co., No. 248 King street, mayl6
A LOT of Dress Goods reduced to 10, 12*, 20
and 25 cents. Summer CasBltnerea to 75 and
80 cents. Summer Balmorals to 50 cents.
Linen Towels to 10 cents. Turkish Bath Tow?
els, Dusters, Hosiery, Gloves, Undervests,
Soaps, Fans, Ac, Ac., at the Dry Goods House
of A. B. Stillman, No. 281 Klog street.
FURCHQOTT, BENEDICT A Co, 244 KlDg
street.-150 rolls fiesh malting, received per
steamship Champion, 25 cents. 20 pleoes 4x4
Dress Linen, In all desirable shades, only 20
cents. 2 cases more of the 10-4, 11-4 and
12-4 Allendale Quilts, at $1 37 and $1 50. Bal?
ance of our Dress Gooda has been greatly re?
duced in price._
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., 244 King
street, have received per steamship Georgia j
4 cases o? 4-4 Ellerton 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.
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souder's Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. Junl7-lmo
YE THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Room. Branch of tbe Hasel street es?
tablishment. _ aprlfl
BUILD INO MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Bashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckoey street.
The above are all made at his own lactory OD
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c.
per pack. Basel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c
i package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
a ow sold at 60c each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR.
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Hews, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Champion-14 bags
lea island and 704 bales upland cotton, 184 bales
lo mes tics an t (rood*, Bl tes rice, 26 casks clay,
rc empty bola, 76 bundles staves, 2363 bois pota
oes, 2921 boxes vegetable?, 186 pkgs mdse, 1 steam
Ire eugine, 6 mules. 2 horses, and sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gu,l-l bale cot
.on, 168 tierces rice, 226 ?bis ro-lo, ll bales wool,
io bales raga, 294 crates vegetables, 36 bbls pota?
jes, 60.000 feet of lumber, 6 casts clay, and si
Jkgs sundries. _
r he Charleston Cotton, Rice and If aral
OPPIC3 CHARLESTON NlWB, )
SATURDAY EVBNINO, June 22,1872. j
COTTON.-There was some Inquiry for this arti?
lle, but factors held at rates somewhat above the
?lews of buyers, and thore were no transactions.
RICK.-This grain was in moderato demand at
incbanged rates, sales about QO tierces of clean
karolina, say 37 tierces at 7X. 10 at 7 13 ie, 20 at 8,
' at 8X. 8 at 8 7-1 tic il lb. We quote common to
alrat7K@7K; good S>i@SKc.
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts aol bbls spirits turp?n
;ine, 914 bbla rosin and 97 bbls crude turpentine.
Tbere were no sales reported. Crude turpentine
nay be quoted at (3 60 for virgin, $2 76 for f
,'ell?w dip and $1 80 for hard.
FaiionTB.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, noni I .
lal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
fork, Kd on uplands, j?d on sea Islands; by sall,
'id nominal on nplandB, on sea islands nominal.
To Barre-on uplands, coas t wise-to New York
>y i team $2 on uplands and - on sea islands; $l so
?I tierce on rice'; by Ball Kc V IS on cotton; - fl
-loree on rice; 60c fl barrel on rosin; $8 ft M on
?moer; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sali?
do fi lb on upland cotton; rosin 65c; resawed
?tua" $io?io 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provl
lence, by sall $lo fl Mon boards,Ko fl ns on
x>tton; by steam $1 fl bale on Now York ratee.
To Polialelphla, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
>y sall, $8fi M on boards; $B 60@10 on timber; $8
>or ton on clay, aud $Sa$8 60 on phoepbates. To
Baltimore, by steam Ko ft lb by Ball, to &o@7 fi
A on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
.on on phoapbate roes. Vessels are in de
nand by our merchants to take lumber freights
rom Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satilia River,
3a., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind $10@12 fi M are tho rates on lumber and
ExoHAMoi.-sterUng eo day bills 23*.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka purchase
light checks on New York at par to K premium,
lutslde they purchase at 1-16@K fl cent, pre
nlum, and sell at S-16@K premium.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, June 22.
Noon.-Consols 92K- Bonds 91.
Nsw YORE. June 22.
Noon.-Stocks dull. Gold weak at I3x. Money
>aayat4. Exchar ge, long OH ; short lox. Gov?
ernments dull but steady, ?tate bonds very quiet.
Teunessees very strong; sixes 76; new 74J?.
hvenl'.g-Money essy at 4a6. Sterling steady,
Jold 13KU13K- Governments fluctuated, closing
Heady at a slight declne. Tennessees strong.
Sew South Carolinas weak, other southerns
lu l. Bank statement shows: Loans Increase
our millions; specie decrease three-eights of a
nllllon; deposits decrease flve-elgnts or a million;
wal tenders decrease one and a half millions.
LIVERPOOL, June 24.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands 11,'id;
Later.-Oolloo, closed quiet and unchanged
sales 8000 bales; speculatloa 16,000.
" . NBW YOES, Jane 23.
Noon.-Cotton qutet but firm; sales 687 bales
uplands 28^c; Ot leaus :6>ic.
Evening.-u?tton qalet Dat Arm; sales 68T
uplandB 26a sales or cotton ratures to-day 68o0
aa follows: June, 25.*; July, 26 S-ia, 2&?
Auguat, 25J?. 26; Septemoer, 23J?, 23??; October
21, 21 3-16; November, 20, 20X; December, 19,19
" . _ BOSTON, Jone 22.
Cotton Arm; middlings 26-?c; net receipts 28
bales;gross 23; sales 600; stock io,soo.
PHILADELPHIA, June 22.
Cotton firm; middlings ??ej?c.
BALTIMORE, June 22.
Cotton fair; middlings 26c; net receipts 64
bales; gross 82; exports coastwise 16; sales 23:
NORFOLK, Jane 22.
Cotton quiet; low middlings Mtfc; net receipts
286 bjles; exports coastwise 622; stuct 1799.
WILMINGTON, J une 22.
cotton quiet; middlings 24>*c; net receipts 16
bales; sales 16; stock 1326.
SAVANNAH, Jane 22.
Cotton quiet with no demand; middling 24c;
net receipts 220 bales; exports coastwise 4ai;
aalejS?; stock 8419.
AUGUSTA, June 22.
Cotton sales fl bales; receipts 15; market qalet
and nominally unchanged; middlings 24c.
Futures, 26 bales, September, Angnsta deuvery, at
21\c; loo bales, call lor October, New Yoi k de?
livery, 213 iee.
MEMPHIS, Jnne 22.
Cotton qalet but Arm; middling 26c; receipts
MOBILE, Jnne 22r
Cotion entirely nominal; middling 24)ic;net
receipts 86 bales; stock me.
NEW ORLEANS, Jnne 22.
Cotton dull and nominal; middling 23#; net re?
ceipts 88 ba.es; gross 88; exports to ? ronstadt
400; coastwise 1942; sales loo; stock 26,174.
GALVESTON, June 22.
Cotton, middling 20,*; net recep.s 44 bales;
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
* LIVERPOOL, June 22.
NEW YORK, Jane 22.
Noon.-Flour quiet. Wheat unchanged. Cern
qnlet and unchanged. Pork qnlet at $ ia .10. Lu rd
quiet; steam 9>?a9 7-16. Turpentine quiet bnt
steady at 66a.r>5>ic Rosin steady at f3 20a3 26
?vening.-Flour dull and heavy; common to
ralr t7 60a926; good to choice $9 80al3. Wtieat
steady. Corn active. Pork lower at $i3 25ai3 80.
Lard heady at s y, ao 7-iflc. Groceries qalet but
t toady. Naval stores trade quiet, bat for ihe sea?
son lalrly steady ; offerings Tor Juiy rreeiy range
rrom 48 to so >i cia; spot Bales show a decline or
about 3c, with further soiienlDg apparent. Rosins
slow or sale at $816a8 20 for cum mon ; $6 60a6 66
for Une pitch. Tar ls lifoiets.
LOUISVILLE, Jnne 22.
Flour dull; extra family $6 76. Corn quiet at e3o
for choice shelled sacked. Pork $12. Bacon In
fair demand, should*rs 6)?c; clear rib aides 73?a
TXc; clear sides 7??a7J?c; sugar-curtd hams m
good demand at 12 ity,v. Lard quiet but Bteady
at 9al0c. Whiskey higher at 80c.
New York \aval Stores Market
Nsw YOBK. June 21.
The Dally Bulletin says: .Receipts to-day 1697
bbls rosin, 168 do spirits turpentine. Spirits tur?
pentine has been In but moderate request, but tbe
price for spot delivery ls held prettv firmly.
Sales 205 bbls at 65a65)6c, and 30 bbls in lots at
67a68c. Bosln has been more active, but the
prices or strained contluues to tend downward
Sales 1000 bbls strained at $3 26 In yard, 600 h Dis
do ad mt at $3 26, 600 bois do, tl rat hair of July,
alongside, at $3 12X, 400 bblB do at $3 26 deliver?
ed, ?42 bbls tine rosin at $4 76o6 30. 100 bbls do No
1 at $426. Tar ls lu moderate request, s iles 160
bbls Washington at $3 60a3 76. Puch unchanged.
New York Hay Market.
NEW YORK. Jnne 21.
The Dally Bulletin says: Tbore ls rather a bet?
ter feeling in the bay trade. Receipts are less
liberal, and there ls a light inquiry for shipping,
which Imparts a steadier tone, and the majority
of dealers seem to oe or the opinion that bottom
has been reached. We quote shipping North
River per loo lbs at $11 sal 20.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORK, June 22.
The Dally Bulletin saya : Domestic stock con?
tinues Arm, with a tendency on the higher grades
toward an advance, as tue supply immediately
available la moderate, and onysrs appear to be
taking very fair amounts dally. Foreign moves
to some extent, bot 'he demand ls not large as
compared with tbe stock Sn band, and though re?
fusing to name any further concession, or to
offer au amount or goods in eftcess or the outlet,
holders are pretty wiling operators at about for?
mer flgnres. Sales to-day of 160 bags Rangoon
at ex&TXc; Soo common do at o,v ; 126 bags Pat aa
at 7.S, and 26 tierces Carolina ai 9?0y(c.
WILMINGTON, June 22.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales or loci casks at 48c
per gallon for southern packages.
ROSIN.-Strained lias declined lOc. In the
other quaililes we report no change. The sales
to-day embrace 1914 bois at $316a2 25 for strained,
U 35 for extra No. 1, $2 76 for low No. 1, S8 for
No. 1, $8|76 for extra No. 1, $4a4 26 for low pale
and $6 for extra pale. '
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Recel pta and sales or 649
bbls at $2 60 foi hard, $8 76 yellow dip, and $4 for
TAR.-106 bbls were received and sold at $8 05
per bbl. Market steady.
GEORGETOWN, June 20.
COTTON.-No sales to report since st is-mo.
We quote rrom 18 to 20c per pound.
COHN.-Retailing from store at 90ca$l per
bushel, a cording to quality.
CATS-selling at 80c per bushel.
TIMBER.-This article arrives rreeiy. Salea thia
week or 481 sticks, and sold at from ll to io*.
TURPENTINE.-Virgin $4; yellow $3 26; fine
white scrape $2 60.
Interior Cotton Markets,
UNION, Jnne 21.
Cotton commands 20c.
LAURENS, Jane 20.
Cotton ls selling at 20>,c. *
0RANI;Encrto, June 21.
Sides dnrlng the week ti bales. We quote: Or?
dinary 21c; low middling 23; middling 23}?c.
ROCK BILL, Jaue 21.
The market has ruled uniformly dull the past
week. Prices are about steady at 23J?o for mid?
dling; receipts or the week 1 bale; tales or the
week 22 baits.
MACON, June 21.
The market continues very flat, lt ls, In fact,
nothing, as there ls no market worth speaking of.
Middlings are worth 23Xc; receipts 7 bales; sales
au; snipped 63.
Receipts per Railroad, Jane 22.
SOUTH O AHO LINA RAILROAD.
410 bales cotton, 73 bales gooda, ll bbls spirits
turpentine, 119 bbls rosin, 100 bbls flour. To
Railroad Agent, Kinsman A Howell, Tiedeman,
Calder A co, O H Walter A co, Chapeau A co, G
Foll?n. A S Smith, Burmeister A Zerhat, Steffens,
Werner A Ducker, J Campsen A co, MTrlest, M
Goldsmith A Son, D McPherson.
3 bales cotton, 35 bow crudo turpentine, 90
bbls spirits turpin' lue, 363 bbls rosin, cars lumber
and wood, mdse, Ac. To Barden A Parker, R T
Walker, Whllden A Jones, E Welling, i'elzer, Rod?
gers A co, Kinsman A Bowell, R Thomllnson A co,
Railroad Agent, and others.
Per stoamsliin Champion, for New York-Miss
L C Mowry, Mri u Q Matheson, Master Mathea, n,
W W Wooisey, Mrs Royster, J C West, S Denton, J
Johnson, Master West, A Josseyler. H M Price, C
Weirs, J Bus-ell and wife, Rev J Wightman and
wife. E O Lindquist, M P O'Connor and wire, Miss
Ramsey, Miss brewster, E O Francis, W H Laina,
G E Crowell, Mrs Wise, J Mealaou, E Lebeau, C T
Anderson, J Kd wards, J W De ano and wire, Mrs
A D Mowry, T Casi ian, and 17 deck.
Per steamship sea Gull, for Baltimore-Mr
and Mrs Quinn, Miss F Schwelrln, H Shoi, and M
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-Mrs
S L Moses, W W Croom, Mrs E W Bellamy, Chas
Roessler, A Youngs, U spanler, J McElroy, M N
ParceilB, A Bernard, A H Moore, T M Brown, J L
Sheppard, Jno Blunt, Mary Blunt, Jno Blunt, Jr,
Margaret Blunt, Rt Rev A Butterfield.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka via
Jacksonville. Fernandina and Savannah-Miss
L Co?t, H li Bonnetheau, Mr Bronson, wife, child
and maid, Mrs Taylor and danghter, J Arpen, Ed
sammln, H Horblt, Dr Ball, Miss Drew. Mr Mc?
Donald, Mrs Jones, Mr Marco, Daniel Hope, and
PORT CALE ti DAM..
New Moon, 5th, io hours, 4 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14tb. 2 hours, 0 minutes, mom'g.
Full Moon, 2lst, l hour, 39 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 27th, 4 hours, 8 minutes, evening.
B, A S
CHARLESTON, S. C.JUNE 24. 1872.
(.at aa deg 48 min 38 sec. j Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-left
19th Instant. Mdse. To Wagner, Hoger A co, W
A Courtenay, Railroad Agents, southern Express
co, J E Adger A co, J Apple, Adams, Damon A co,
O P Atoar, G w AI mar, E Batea A co, H Bischoff
& co, T M Bristoll A co, Capt Geo w Bradley,
E Bull, T L Bisaell, F O Borner, B Boyd. 8 Brails
ford, ohaa Bart A co J A Bremer. Wm M Bird A
co, G A Howman, T ll Cater, Crane, Boylaion A
CJ. Jas Cantwell, H Cobla A co, JOB ^aussen.
Callegas 4 Son. G D A A co, II H O -Ulna A co, O
ciaciua, Cameron, Barkley A co.TCampbe 1. Edw
2my' I^??^?T. Dowle- Mo-9e * Davis. Douglas A
Miller, J M Eason & Bro, Jno Dawson, Foraythe,
Mccomb A co, J s Fairly A co, D F Fleming A co
Eurcbgott, Benedict A co, Fogartie's Book Huns*
O D Franke, H Gerdts A co, J a Gi aver. J Graver
A Bro D Goldstein A Son, Hart ft CO.? Hickey,
Jno Horkamp A e J, J HeeBemahn ft Bro, Holmes
* c1aIlder.t" ? * co, Hiram Harris, IH Hall A co,
A Illing, Jaeger Bros, 0 H Johnson, Jeffords A co.
Johnston. Crews A co, Chas Kerrison. KloBmaa
Bros, Kllnck, Wlckenberg- ft co. Kanapaux ft
Gonzalez. Knobeloch ft small, Laurey, Alexander
A co, P B Lalane A co, J W Linley, Lighthouse
Engineer. S R Marshall A co, McLoy * ?ce wm
McKay, P F Murray, Mantoue A co, W Mathlessen.
D McPherson, J Mcconkey, T S Nlpson, N M Por
ter j u ogemann, F I, O'NeUi. o P Poppenhelm E
Perry, D Paul ft co, W P Russell A co. Ravenel
ft co, w F Paddon, A O Stone, Steffens, Werner ft
Ducker, D H Silcox, 0 Sahlmann, W A Skrine, A
s Tyler, J F Taylor 4 co, 8 Thomson, M Trtest,
Tledeman. Calder ft co, R Thomllnson ft co, D
Vogt, Walker, Evans 4 Cogswell, F Von san ten
P wineman ft co, 8 H Wilson ft Bro, Robt Wing,
wagener ft Monsees, Geo W Williams ft co, T 0
ft co, and others.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka. via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 6 bales of
cotton, 2 bales vanilla, 93 hea> of cattle, lot furni?
ture, 6 pk gs mdse, ftc. To Ravenel ft co, W B
williams ft .?-on, W M Lawton ft Son, H H Hicks,
T D l;ot, erer.
SUamer Marlon, Adair. Santen River. 3 bales
cotton. 500 bbia ne val stores, mdse, ac To Raven?
el Holmes A co. Caldwell A Son, W 0 Dukes A co,
Qnackenbnsh, Estin ft co, Barden ft Parker, chas
Leibenrood, wm.den ft Jones, Chapeau ft co, F L
Meyer, Dowle, Moise ft Davis, JU H Olaussen, J
A Smythe, and ot tiers.
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S 0,
with hnll or steamer Reliance, Just built, which
has been brought to this port to be titted up.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Adgef ft co.
Steamship Sea Guli, Dntton, Baltimore-Pani 0
Bi lg caroline E Kelley, McFarland, Onion Isl.
and, Ga, to load for a Northern Port-J A Enslow
ft co. rt..?
Sehr Paul ft Thompson, williams, Philadelphia
via Jacksonville-H F Baker ft co.
Sehr Daybreak, Blake, South Am boy, N J, via
Jacksonville-H F Baker ft co.
SteamshlD Champion, Lockwood. New York.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton. Baltimore.
Norwegian bark Draupner, Ingoldsen, London.
Swedish bark Columba, Svendsen, Dublin, Ire?
Sehr William E Woodall, Tamer, Baltimore.
Sehr Florence Shay, Hutchinson, Brunswick,Ga.
Brig Caroline E Kelly, McFarland, Karlen, Qa.
Sehr Pani A Thompson, Williams, Jacksonville.
Sehr Daybreak, mate, Jacksonville.
8cbr Carrie Heyer, Poland, New Haven.
KRCM TH18 PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, at New
fork, June 22.
German ship Palmerston, K?lln, at Hamburg,
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, at Liverpool, June 22.
UP FOB THIS PO AT.
Sehr J H stickney, Fooks, at Baltimore, June 20.
CLEAREU FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Carrie A Bentley, Fllkenbough, at New
York. June 21.
Sehr Grace B West, Lord, at Baltimore. June 20.
Sehr Virginia, Dryden, at Baltimore, June 30.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE, June 22!
Arrived ont, the Columbia, Flying Cloud, Anka
tor, Thayer and Nautilus.
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Sehr Sophia, Robertson, from Portland, Me, 16th
Sehr Ridgewood, Derrlckseo, from New York,
scnr Adolph Hugll, Davis, from New York, 18th
British sehr Troplo Bird, Davis, from Baltimore,
Sehr S E Woodbury. Woodbury, for Baltimore,
wita lnmber, l&tb Instant.
Sehr Palma, Rankin, for New York, with naval
stores, 17th Instant.
LI8T OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Annie, Davis, sailed.March 17
Br bark Onward, Evans, up.April 12
The Georgiana, -, op.April 16
The Duke or Cornwall, Keays, sailed.May 22
Bark Lucy, Jones, np.Jone 8
The Essex, Smith, sailed.March 26
The Amazon, McDonald, np.May 14
Bt bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.June 2
WEST HARTLEPOOL. ENG.
Th evPegarus, Christ lansen, cleared.May 15
The Athene, Sorensen, Balled.March IB
The Brenton, Bich, sailed.March 20
Tho Bachelor, Tooker, sailed.March 26
The Heinrich, wailer, sailed.April 8
Sehr H ? Sampson, Davis, cid.June 16
Sehr Myrover, Brown, np.June 17
sehr Lilly, Hughes, cleared.June 18
Sehr Carrie A Bentley, cleared.Jnne 6
Br bark Jas Holmes, Wise, cleared.May 17
Sehr Caroline Young, Young, cleared_June 7
Brig Al tavela, Cousins, np.Jone 8
Scnr Henry Allen, Tatem, cleared...May 16
Sehr M 0 Frye, Bunker, cid.Jane 17
Sehr virgin 11, Dryden, cleared.June 20
sehr Grace B Weat, Lord, cleared.June20
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, up.June 20
Sehr John A Frank, Mathews, cleared.June 1
DrnaB, Chemical?, f?c.
THE ENEMY SURRENDERS. -THE
dragon alain by St George, and the snake
that Hopped the march of Regulus, were mild
nuisances compared with CHRONI8 INDIGES?
TION and its accompaniments; yet this foe of
health and life, with all the brood of billons and
n?rveas ailments of which lt ls the parent, sur?
Tarrant's Effervescent Seltzer Aperient
and ls banished from the system. At this season,
when the physical powers are so apt to droop and
languish, and the spirits to give way, the toning,
purifying, refreshing, renovating and regulating
operation or this most agreeable or all correctives
ls especially conducive to a heaithinl and vigor?
ous condition of the system, sold by all Drug?
jJliliinern, Straw <3oobst fft.
g PRING OPENING !
MRS. M. J. ZEBNOW,
No. 804 KING STREET,
Will open THIS DAY aa assortment of MILLI?
NERY GOODS, Ladles' and Children's Beady
Sole Agent for Mlle. DEMOBEST'S PAPES
STOCKING SUSPENDERS, and
DRESS MAKING In all Its branches.
Country orders will recelvo prompt attention.
JJ O T I O E .
The BATTERY BATHING HOUSE, Off White
Point Garden, has been thoroughly repaired In
all its various departments, and will be opened
on 13th instant for accommodation of visitors.
The Soda Water and Ice Cream Departments will
bennderthe immediate superintendence of the
Proprietor. Thanking the public for past favors,
I would most respectfully solicit their patron?
age. M. MCMANMON,
JAY ^cboKE, MCCULLOCH 4 Cjp.,
NO.,41 LOMBARD STBEET, LONDON.
COMMERCIAL CREDITS, ?*
..' CABLE TRANSFERS.
CIRCULAR LETTERS .
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE LN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE A CO.,
NO. SO WALL STREET:
Si} ip pm g.
Jp OR NEW YO BK.
NEW YORK AND CHARLE ST OH
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship iAMES^AD
OER, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, win Bail for
for the above port on SATURDAY, the 29th Inst,, at
l o'clock P M preolaely. 1 '
*>-The JAMES ADO BR ls handsomely and com?
fortably fitted op for passengers, and oarers supe?
rior inducements to travellers going North.
aar Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Sag?
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
jgjgjjj JAMES ADOEB A CO., Agents.
PHIIiADELPHIA IRON STEAM
TBE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first,
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and tn alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
wand from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from- Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal eitles of the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres. . ; , ?
49* The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, June 28th, at 12
?ar The GULF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to wu. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. ia
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
OR NEW YORK
ON TUESDAY, JONE 25, AT 6 O'CLOCK
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870,
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New fron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will Ball for
New York on TUISDAY. June 26th. at o o'clock
P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
Insurance bf Steamers of this Line % per cent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES j
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
Raliway station or Seaport in Great.
-Britain, Ireland, Norway, Sweden, Deuinara,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and the
Cabin Fare from New York to London,' Liver?
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wednesday's Steam?
ers $60. By Saturday's *iearners $05 and $75.
EXCURSION TICKETS, $120.'
Intermediate, $83; steerage, $28, all payable In
Parties sending for their friends In the Old
Country can purchase tickets at lowest rates.
For farther particulars apply to the Agents,
. No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y.,
Orto DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprll-SmosPAW_Oharieston, S. 0.
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROUGH LINE TO *
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDU0ED.
Steamers ot the above Une leave Pier ^dRPflfc.
No. 42, North River, foot of CanalStMasssB
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or tue loin
and soth of every month except when these
dates fall on sun day,1 ten the saturday preceding.
All departures con .?ct 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 first of every month, exoept when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, bnt go
direct from New York to AsptnwalL
Cue hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wham
foot or Canal s tr ocr, North River, New York.
jnly26-lyr_F. R. BABY. A gant.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their first-class, full power
Iron Screw Steamships from _
PIER No. 46 N. R" EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 20 Broadway) $80,
currency. , .
For Freight or Cabin Paaaage, apply to.
WILLIAMS 4 GUION,
No. 68 Wall street, TS. Y.
N. B,-Through Billa Lading to Liverpool Issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For partlcularB and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
may? Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
-Tba splendid steamer. _
Clri FOINr...Captain MCMILLAN
Will leave Charleston every TUESDAY EVBwme,
at half-past 8 o'clock,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, CITY POINT leaves Palatk* FRIDAY
MORNING and savannah SATURDAY MORNING,
arriving here SATURDAY AFTERNOON.
For Freight or Passage, having Flrat-Class Ac?
com m od a tiona, apply to
' RAVENEL A CO.. Agenta..
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Big,