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ITEMS OF INTEREST FROM THE
Religion? Servier? foi To.borrow, Sun.
day Ja|F 6?1878
Christ Church-Bm ledge avenue, above Line
street-5.30 P. M. Evemng Prayer. Sermon
by Rev. J. Mercier Gwen, rector.
Cnurcn of tne Hoiy Communion-corner ol
Ashley and C * mou streets-10 30 A. M. Morn
lag Prayer. Sermon by Rev. A. Toomer Por
1er. rector. Evening Prayer ai 5 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth street, near
Gleoe-10 30 A. M. M..ruin.' Prayer. Ser?
mon by Rev. C. C. Pinckuey, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 6.30 P. M. Sunday-school at 9
, St. John's Chapel-corner of Amherst and
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
* Sermon by Rev. A. W. Marshall, D. D , rec?
tor. Evemng Prayer at 5 P. M.
8 BL Luke's Cnurcn-comer of Elizabeth and
Charlotte suee.3-10 30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon by Rev. William O. Preorls?,
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 6 P.
M. Sunray school at s A. M.
Si. Michael's Church-corner of Broad and
Meeting streets-10.30 A. M Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Rev. R. S. Trapler, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 6.30 P. M.
Su Pau V Cnurcn-Coming, near Warren
street-10 30 A. M. Mnrniug Pra\ er. Sermon
by Rev. James H. Elliott, rector. Evening
Prayer at? P. M.
Su PnMp's Church-Church street, between
Queen and Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon oy Rev. John Johoson, as?
sista ut minister. Evening Praye r at 5.30 P. M.
8u Stephen's Free Church-Anson street,
between Society and Geoige-'-l0.30 A. M.
Morning Prayer. Service aud Confirmation
at 5.30 P. M.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite
Archdale-Rev. Dauirl J. Qulgley,* pastor;
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. LuW Mass at
7 aud 9 A. M. H'gn Mass at 10.30 A. H. Ves?
pers and B?n?diction at 5 P. M. Sunday
acbool at 9 A. M.
St. Joseph's Church-Anson street, near J
George-Rev. C. J. Crochan, pasi or. L->w
Mas-i at 7 A. M. High Mass at 10 30 A. M.
Vespers aud Benediction at 7.30 P. M. Sun- :
. day-school ai 9 A. M.
bU Mary's Church-Ha?el street, near King- i
Rev. C. B. Non hr op, pastor. Low Mass at 7 1
A. ?L H.gh Mass at 10.30 A. M. Sunday
school al 9 A. M.
St. Patrick's Church-corner of Radcliffe
and Su Pul.ip streets-Rev. John Moore, O.
D., pastor; Rev* 8.? Carew, assistant. Low
Mass at 7 and 9 A. M#. Hieb Mass at 10.30 A.
M. Vespers and Benediction at 6 P. M. Sun?
day-school at 9 A. M.
Mass will be celebrated on Sullivan's Island
at 7 A. M.
First Church-corner of Meeting and Tradd
streets. Sermon at 10.-30 A. M., by Rev. J.
Forrest, D. D . pastor, aud at 4 P M
Sdcond Church-corner of Mating and Char-1
lott?? streets. Sermon at 10.30 A M.. by Rev.
G. R. Brackett, pastor. Sunday-school at 5 P.
Central Church-Meeline street, near Soci?
ety. Bermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. W. C.
Sana, D. D., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe street Church-Glebe street, near
Wentworth. Sermm at 1030 A. M., by Re?.
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D, pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhoun
Streets, sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Kev. A.
M. "hrietzberg, pallor, and at 5 P. M. Sun?
day-.- choul al 9 A. M.
Spring Si reet Church-corner of Sering and
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by
Rev. R D. Smart. Sunday-school al 4 P. M.
Tn ni ty Church-corner Hasel street and
Malden lan-'. Sermon at 10 30 A. M.. by Rev.
"White ford Smith, D. D., and ai 8.16 P. M. by
Rev. R. D. smart, 8tiuday-scbool at 4 P. M.
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
-King street, near Vam le rn ois t. Sermm at
10.30 A. M. by Rev. L. Muller, pastor, and at J
4 P. M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
St. Johu's Bvaugeli .-al Church-corner Arch- j
dale ann Clifford streets. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M by Rev. T. W. Dosb, pastor, and at 6 P. M.
Sunday-school al 4.30 P. M.
Wen. worth Street Cnurcn. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. 8. Bowman, pa-tor, and
at 5 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-comer of Meeting I
" and Henrietta streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.,
by B-v. R. D. Smart. Sunday-echoul at 9 A.
M. M lesion* ry Prayer Meet lug at 8.30 P. M.
First Baptist Church-Church street, be- j
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M, by Rev. L. H. SHUCK:, pastor, and at 6 P.
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
Queen and Cum be ri-ind. Sermon at 10 30 A.
M. by Bov. W. H. Aaama, pastor, and at 4.30
Huguenot Church-comer of Queen and
Church streets. Sermon at 10 30 A. M. by
Bev. C. 8. Ved der, pas' or, and at 5 P. M. San
d?y School after mornl. g service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale street, between
Queen and Clifford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, between
Water street and stoll's ailey. Sermon at 10.30
A M. by Rev. W B. Yates, chaplain.
Orph?nnuuse Chapel- Vandernorst street,
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermon
at 5?. M by Rev. G. R. Bracken.
The Sunday-school of Union Associate Re-1
formed Church, near Rich Hill, ia Chester,
will have a celebration on Thursday, the 25th
Instant, which ihe public generally, and all
the other Sunday-schools la the coaaty espe?
cially, are Invited to attend.
The Rev. J. F. Lau mer, late of Abbeville, ls
elected a professor ol Davidson College, N. C.
The camp-meeting lo be held at Zoar Camp?
ground, In Lancaster, will commence on
Wednesday, July 31. The camp-meeting at
Salem will commence on Wednesday night,
September 4, proximo.
The new Baptist Church, near the Mineral
Spring, la Marlboro' County, was dedicated
lase 8unday. Rev. T. W. Hart preached, and
Rev. J. A. W. Thomas made an address tn re?
lation to the object of the erection of the
church. Both of these reverend gentlemen
acquitted themselves well, and were listened
to with marked attention. The church is
forty-five feet in length by thirty-two in
breadth, and ls neatly finished except la
plastering and pain Hog.
ARREST OF ALLEGED BOROLARS_John
Roach and Wilson Brown, two colored men
charged with having committed some burg?
laries la Atlanta, Georgia, were arrested ia
this city a day or two stace oa a warrant is?
sued by Trial Justice L. L Woolf. They
were returned to Atlanta yesterday la charge
of parties who had pursued them hither.
FOR FLORIDA.-The steamer Emilie has been
engaged to take the place of the City Point,
"withdrawn for repairs, and will leave South?
ern wharf on Thursday at 8.30 P. M, for Fer?
nandina, Jacksonville, Palatka and Su John's
River; returning from Palatka on Saturday
night. It ls expected that the repairs ol the
Dictator will be completed on the 23d, and
that fine steamer will then take her place on
CLUBS AND STABS.-Charles Simmons, who J
celebrated the Fourth with loo many bever- J
ages, was picked up In a state of hopeless
Imbecility on South Battery and taken to the
Guardhouse. He pleaded the license of the
day, and was dismissed with a warning.
Mary Golding, a female bacchante, suffering j
frem an attack of whiskey on the brain, laid
herself down to rest oa the plankroad In Ring
street, near Columbus. She dreamed that she
dwelt in marble halls, and woke up in the
Guardhouse, whence she only made a hasty
retreat alter paying a fine of one dollar.
A dark bay steed, lound taking the air near
the Rutledge street pond, was captured by
dabs and Stars, who shared with the city a
fine of one dollar Imposed upon the peripatetic J
animal by the Mayor. ]
CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH.
Resignation of the Pastorate by the
Rev. E. T. Wlnklcr.
The members of this church and congrega?
tion having recently become aware thal ef?
forts were being made to Induce their be?
loved pastor to accept a call to another field of
usefulness, deemed it eminently proper and
necessary to communicate to him their views
and feelings in ret'ereuce to such proposed
change. For this purpose, a general meeting
of the members of the church and congrega?
tion was held In the church, alter morniug
service, on Sunday, the 16th of June, at
which the following preamble and resolutions
were adopted, and a copy, contained in the
subjoined letter, immediately forwarded to
Dr. Wlnkler, at Marion, Ala.:
CHARLEHTON. June 16, 1872.
Rev. E.V. Winkler, D. D., Marion, Ala.:
DEAR BROTHER-at a meeting of tne Cita?
del Square Baptist Church and Congregation.
Held In the cnurcb this day, 1 inmediately af .er
morning service, the following preamble and
resolutions were adopted, and I take pleas?
ure In handing the same to you:
Whereas, We. the Citadel Square Baptist
Ch uren und Congregation, are a* are that, re?
cent and urgent efforts have b^n xn??- to
Induce our pusior, Rev. E. T. Winkler, D. D.,
to relinquish his present charge and trautler
lils labors elsewhere, we feel called upon to
give expression of our sentiments In view of
tne possibility o? such a cnango. Therefore.
1st. Resolved. That we ceunui regard a ces?
sation of the public ministrations of our pas?
tor, at this time, other than a calamity to the
community in which be has so long lived; an
lojnry to the cnurcn and congregation tie has so
well served, and a los to nie Baptist interest
tnroughout the entire State.
2d. That in our private and Individual rela?
tions we would deeply feel the lots of his
Christian counsel aud care should they be
witndrawn; that the sympathy ot friendship
has tallen to the lot o? many In the lamily
circle aDd In the lamber ot' sickness and
death among us, a w? appeal to our pastor
not to Bunder tied nurtured in love and
SireDglhened In years.
3d. that while we know our dear pastor
will seek guidance ol the God whom he wor?
ships tn ail-trie actions of his life, we will in?
voke the aid of Him "who dueth all things
well.*1 that both pastor and people may be led
In the ways of peace, and so come In HU own
good time to the full union of the perfect day.
4t.b. That a copy of these expressions of our
feelings be forwarded to our pastor, with the
earnest nope that they may have due consider?
ation and iufluence wita him.
Hoping soon to see you amongst us once
more, I remain very truly and fraternally
yours, - WILLIAM B. HERIOT,
Chairman of the meeting of the Citadel
Square Baptist Church and Congregation.
CITADEL SQUARE BAPTIST CHURCH. \
CHARLESTON, S. C., July 1, 1872. j
At a regular monthly meeting of the Citadel
Square Baptist Church, held this evening, the
following proceedings took place:
? The following letter addressed by the pastor
to the deacons, tendering his resignation of the
pistoraie of this church, was read, and, on
motion, lt was referred to a committee con?
sisting of the deacons and Brelhreu Thayer and
Gantt, lo report to this meeting upon whai
action the church should take In reference to
a matter of such grave consideration:
CHARLESTON, June 29, 1672.
To the Deacons of Hie CUctdel Square Baptist
DE AK BRETHREN.-lour kindness to me de?
rna ids my grateful acknowledgments. Will
you please obliga me by communicating to Hie
church, under such condltious as may seem
must expedient, my resignation of the pasto?
I have, for a long time, been deliberating
upon this subject, and notwithstanding fre?
quent caild of a complimentary and lucrative
oort, have shrunk lrum the severance of a
connection cemented by the sympathies and
lender associations of so many nappy years.
It seems to me now almost Impassible lo say
thal my resolve bas beeu actually made. Buen
fnendd as I nave here l never again will hud
In inls world. Yet I must leave you. May
God forever bless you as you have comforted
and strengthened me 1
Willie my own tivaith has broken down so
greatly, the fact that the circumstance has
produced no more remark ls greatly due to
ihe aid which you have extended to me In the
pastoral work. You have Bupplled the pulpit,
and conducted the lectures and prayer-meet?
ings and visited the sick and poor with a
fidelity worthy ol all commendation. You
have "purchased to yourselves a good degree,
and great b klut.-s In ibe faith."
But ibe failure ol my own health has not the
less been feit by myself. And I have been
deeply Impressed by me difficulties under
wnlob the ennrch bas undertaken to support
me, and the large family assigned to my care
by Providence. To repair to a region lest ex
posed to the relaxing ans of the sea. and to a
community where the expense of living would
be less, uas become to me a matter ot Imperi?
Lei me say that I have not called you to
geiuer in council, not because I did noi value
your frieudsnip, or tbewelgntof your Jung
ment, but because I did not wish to nave 3 ou
compromised. In the slightest particular, by
the decision to which I have come.
So much for personal considerations. Mav
I now say something In regard io the condi?
tion of the cnurcn ?
When summoned to the pastorate of two
churches previously quite diverse, I felt that
to blend mern together Into an nulled brother?
hood was an arduous work, involving some?
thing of sacrifice on the part of the member?
ship, and dltetlt-conirol and prudence on that
of the paster, at ttmeB Indeed lt almost
seamed unsuccessful, and I could but pray
thal some minister wholly unconnected wltn
ihe past history ot the CharleBion cnurcnes
might be secured to serve this delicate and
most important 'merest.
Bat, through me Divine blessing, the pro?
cess of welding has gone forward, until now
our church ls a unit, exerting its undivided
power in the advancement of the Divine King?
dom at home aud abroad. The breakers nave
been passed. The ship now claims the free?
dom of the open sea. No ground fur despon?
dency or fear remains In regard lo the future
prosperity ot tne church. Its resources may
oe cramped temporarily, but Us pr?gress ts
assured. It will prove a blessing lo your chil?
dren and your children's children. It ls now
one of the strongest churches at the South.
Thal I have shared In ihe work of laying Its
loundtttlon 1B a theme of devout gratltud? to
God. Others will lollow under nappier aus?
pices; and, In the end, all will unite lu devout
ascriptions to Him, without whose blessing
Paul may plant and Apollos water In vain.
I will uoi Indulge ihe selfi-h filef which
besets me In thinking how much n ore easily
you can supply my piace than lean supply
that, of the dear friends from whom I now
withdraw. But for personal kindnesses ex?
tended to me and mine I cannot be too grate?
ful. The pastoral care required sympathy on
the part of him to whom lt bas oeen commit?
ted, and IB encouraged by sympathy on the
part of those lo whom lt extends. That sym?
pathy I have largely snared. Let me Bay that
I can only signalize, not repay, In mese scant
words, an obligation which will always rest
upon my heart. And the vicissitudes we
have borne together in times of pestilence
and years o? war; the communion we have
enjoyed beside a blood-bougnt Mercy Seal;
the service I have been permuted to render
at ihe cradle of the newly-born, in the cham?
ber of sickness and of deai h. at the baptismal
tont. In the pulpit and beslie the table of the
Lord, will always be cherished recollections.
Brethreu. farewell ! May tne grace of our
Lord Jesus Christ be wlih you.
Your brother in the bond's ot the Hosp?],
E. T. WINKLE R.
The committee to whom this letter was
referred then retired to the committee room,
and, after due deliberation, returned and
reported the following preamble and reso?
lutions, which were read and unanimously
Whereas, We have received through our
brethren, the deacons, a letter from our
beloved pastor, the Rev. E T. Wlnkler, D. D.,
conveying to us his resignation of the pastor?
ate ot thlt church; and, whereas, although
we had bdeome aware that tir? subject of his
removal lo another held of usefulness bad
been brought 10 his consideration by an invi?
tation from brethren in another State, yet we
had not realized the impending danger of our
los-* until the announcement ot his resignation
came upon us, as lt were, with the shock of an
unexpected calamity; and whereas, we had
hope I that the resolutions adopted at a meet?
ing held by the church and congregation on
the 16th of June would bare had the effect of
Inducing our pastor to decline all calls from
abroad, and to remain wlih us as our beloved
minister, declaring to us, as In limes pant,
tue whoie counsel ot God, and aff rd
Ing ns a contluuailon of ibose kind and affec?
tionate private miulstraiions wblch be knew
how, aud loved so" well to perform; aud
whereas, noiwuhsianding the reluctance,
which, under tne ciicuwstauces of me case,
we may be naturally supposed to feel in ap?
proaching the sut'jvct of our pastor's removal
from us, yet we cannot but realize that the
factlsbeiure us in all the sternness and bitter?
ness ol reality. We therefore on this sad oc?
casion mane record of and gi va expression to
our views and feelings by adopting the loilow
ing resolut ions:
Resolved, Tuut in the resignation of the
R-v. E. T. Wiukler, D. D., of tue pastorate of
tnls church, we have sustained a great and
all but irremediable loss, aud when we think o?
his removal fi om us, aud that we are no more
to euioy his learned loeiruo?ons from the pul?
pit on the Sabbath, nor his ed I IJ In t lectures
and earnest exhortations in our weekly as?
semblies; and that we shall no longer enjoy
bli Budal vii-iiB In which the geniality ot his
character was so kludiy exhiolted, nor have
the beoeflt ot his prayers In our homes, so 1er
veut and comprehensive lu supplication for uil
who are near and dear to us, we feel that
there is aoundant cause for the deepoess of
our grief at tue Bad pio.-pecc ol his removal
from us. ...
Resolved, That we can be reconciled to the
loss ..f our pasior only by the experience we
all have of the uncertainty there la in the
duration of ail earthly reiaiioue, ho A ever
deany ctierlshrd. and oy tne lurtner reflection
that, alinoutih the events of Providence may
io us seem natk and mysterious, yet we know
the great B>ad ol toe Church, who ls too
wise to err, and too good to be uukind, direcis
all events to the wellare ot His Church and
the promottou of H s own glory. Oa these
considerations, we leel bound to submli,and
yield to what seems to be the award of Piovl
dence. , . ,
Resolved. That we must ever cherish for
our beloved pastor the kladest recollections
ut h s miuistnes over us, aud shall ever sym?
pathize wit h him in all tils Joys and sorrows,
wherever In the providence of God tie may be
called to Jaoor lo his Muster's viueyard.
Resolved, Tnar, comd we have reason to
hope that our pastor might be induced to re?
consider biB tendered reelgoatlou, we would
most affectionately urge him to do so, assur?
ing him ot the strong and unabated affection
with which he le still regarded by his flock,
and the deep grief experienced by the pros?
pect of bis speed; removal from us; but we
feel that his declslou, although extremely
palm ?ii to himself, has been deliberately con?
sidered before bel?g taken, and that the only
result of such an appeal to him to reconsider
would be io luflict a renewal of pain io bis
own mlud without eflVctlug the change we
desire. We, tnerefore. moat reluctantly ao
cep" his resignation.
Resolved, Timi a copy ol the foregoing
preauoies and resolU'ions be* communicated
by our deacoustu Dr. Wiukler, ano that at i he
same time they? respecttully request him to
continue bis pastoral ministrations over us
as long as lt may oe convenient lor bim to do
sp. aud as his health suali permit.
Resolved, That this preamole and resolu?
tions be published? lu Tus* CHARLESTON
DAILY NEWS and Courier, aiso in toe Work?
ing CuriBtiau aud Religious Herald.
On the day following (July 2d) the commit?
tee of deacons waited on Dr. Wlnkler, commu?
nicated to him the foregoing preamble and
resolutions, and, as instructed by the church,
requested him to continue his pastoral minis?
trations to the church so long as lt may be
convenient, In view of the state o? his health
and his Intended removal from the city, for
bim to do so.
To this Dr. Winkler replied that he felt
deeply affected by Ihe very kind sentiments
towards himself, expressed by the church In
the preamble and resolutions then communi?
cated to him, as well as by those previous y
adopted by the general meeting of the church
and congregation, and that he could never
forget the many tokens of kindness and affec?
tion wblch he had so often received from the
church and congregation. He further said
that he would gladly continue his services io
the church while he remained la the city, as
the state of his health would permit.
THOMAS P. SMITH, Moderator.
B. J. MOTOREOUS, Church Clerk.
THE GULF STREAM for Philadelphia this af?
ternoon at Ave o'clock.
DON'T ALL SPEAK AT ONCE.-Yesterday
morning a teu dollar bill was picked up in tbe
C.ty Hall Park, near the steps of the Fire
Proof Building. The loser can recover the
same upon proving his loso Irom officer
Nipson, al the Detective offl:e. *.
THU GRAT MARE.-Oa the 18tb of last May,
an old gray mare belonging to S. Q. A. Pail?
lard, a colored mao, was killed by a train on
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad, near
Ashepoo station. Galhard appeared yesterday
before Trial Justice O. R. Levy, and entered a
suit against the company tor one hundred dol?
lars damages. Tue testimony was very con
flic ti og, and the Justice reserved his decision.
CRUMBS.-A dog wblch had bitten a small
ohlld In a yard up King street, near Calhoun,
showed symptoms of hydrophobia yesterday
morntog, and was slaughtered by a policeman
at the request of the owner.
Tbe board ot examiners of this county meet
at tbe Normal School this morning te examine
candidates for positions as teachers lu the
Several new benches have been put ID
Aiken's Park, and the old ones are being re?
TRYING IT ON.-Thomas Fleming, residing
at No. 2 Tradd street, attempt ed on Thursdaj
to cut bis throat with a carving knife, and not
succeeding to his satisfaction, tried next to
stab himself with a pocket knlte. He inflicted
several ugly wounds upon his throat and
chest, and lay unconscious tor a longtime,
but his wounds are not considered fatal, and
he ls* recovering under medical aid. A year
ago Fleming accidentally shot himself on East
B iy, but recovered In time to have a Bun
stroke, by which his mind was affected, al?
though he recovered his health.
AMATEUR BOAT RACE.-The Petrel, Carrie
and Little Belle, three Whitehall boats, will
test their speed this afternoon In a race off
the Battery. The start will be made at half
past six P. M. from the Wuite Point Buoy.
The course will be from the buoy to the slake
boat off tue corner of the Battery, hali a mlle
distant. Mr.' W. B. Seignious will act as the
starting Judge, aud Mr. E. H. Sparkman as
the deciding Judge. Tne crews ol the differ?
ent boats are as follows: Petrel-H. A, De
Saussure, coxwaln; H. Nott Parker,?stroke;
Wm. LeseB?e, DeSaussure Parker and H. B.
Bull, bow. Carrie-Arthur Ryan, coxwaln;
Hugh Rose, Htroke; Lewis Cnisolm, H. Reid
Simons and Eddie Rose, bow. Little Belle
M. Dougherty, coxwaln; E. Dougherty, Btroke;
W. Hughes, H. Trapier and J. C. H. Wilson,
LNCIPIENT EXCITEMENTS.-Daniel Magrath
and Elizabeth Aiken, a swain and damsel ot
dusky hue, quarrelled last night about ten
o'clock In Elliott street, and proceeded to set?
tle the matter lu a summary manner. They
were working away with loot and fist when
Clubs and Stars put lu an appearance and led
them both to the Guardhouse. They will see
Arnold Walden, a spirited youth, Imbibed
too much of the ardent, and his Irate parent
requested a policeman to take tho young man
in charge. Clubs and Stars did . o but found
be had caught a tartar, and a scuffle ensued
which brought out a crowd In Si. Phillp street.
When the official coat bad been reduced to
rags, the youni: bacchanalian succumbed and
was duly incarcerated. The Mayor will get
a look at him also.
These were the only exilements to disturb
the evening, during which the elly seemed In?
clined to keep cool and quiet.
THE BOWEN CAMPAIGN.
An Active and Energetic Canv??g-Nar?
ro w Escape of Bowen.
The Hon. C. C. Bowen, W. E. Jervey, L. C.
Northrop, A. C. Richmond and other promi?
nent Radicals in this county were at Biggin
Church oo Wednesday-the only place, proba?
bly, where Bowen ls not entirely master of the
Bliuation. There are about two hundred votes
at this precinct and the meeting was pretty
evenly divided. Messrs. Bowen and Jervey
made telling speeches against the Scott Ring
and in the Interest of reiorm, denouncing the
corruption and bribery which, in the shape ot
bad whiskey, muskets and money, were al?
ready at work among the people. Mr. Bowen
said that he would pursue the fight he was
making, lor the honor of the State and good of
all the people, day and night, and that
he would not spare his comfort, health
or means until the Republican party
bad purified Itself In this campaign.. An
eariy opportunity was afforded to test the
sincerity of this determined Radical. It ap?
pears that a meeting wai to be held next day
at Calaboy, and belog left by the train at
Mo nek's Corner the party commenced the
Jonrney by night to Charleston on foot. It
was accomplished by a walk ot eighteen
miles, and ny any conveyance that could be
secured for the rest of the way. While
making a short distance on a tralnway pole
car, the pole with which Bowen was hard at
work broke in his hand and he was participa?
ted headforemost immediately in front of the
heavily laden car, which was going at great
speed at the time. The car passed ovei him
without inflicting other Injury than a severe
bruise or two and an ugly gash on the leg.
Despite this, Bjwen walked six miles to
Charleston, and fought the enemy at Calnhoy
with all his usual vigor, ability and pluck.
THE HEAT YESTERDAY.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side of Broad street, was as followB:
8 A M., 85; 10 A. M., 88; 12 M., 90; 2 P. UL, 89,
4 P. M., 90; 6 P/M., 88; 8 P. M., 84.
This shows that the weather was rather
cooler yesterday than the day before, but still
too warm for comfort. It, however, suggests
that the Baftlmorians and Oothamltes might
come down to Charleston to cool off, and then
return to the torrid regions of the North,
The Incandescent Weather.
NEW YORK, Jnly 6.
There were forty fatal cases ol sunstroke In
New York and Brooklyn yesterday. To-day
ninety-seven cases of sunstroke were report?
ed, of which twenty-four were fatal.
There were about thirty-five fires during
the day, but none ot them were \ery serious.
The United States Court.
In the District Court, before Judge Bryan,
the petty juries were organized, as follows:
Jury No. 1.-Theodore Alston, Richard Bir?
nie, William Bell, J. M. Burg, Norman P. But?
ler, Alexander Cadet, Jacob J. Cannevllle, C.
S. Davis, Charleston; Jacob Almond, Barnwell;
H. M. Anderson, Conwaynoro'; W. O. Cain,
Orangeburg; Thomas Davis, Bennettsvllle.
Jury No. 2.-Conrad Erhardt, Barnwell;
Thomas F. Fosberry, J. M. Freeman, James
Hogan, Osslan Golding, Joseph Hook, F. M.
Johnston, J. B. Mushlngton, T. B. Maxwell*
Charleston; Mathew Hughes, Conwayboro';
Samuel Jackson, Samuel Marshall, Darlington.
Supernumeraries-E. W. Nowell, Edward 1
0. Byan, J. B. Wright, Charleston; T. J. Tou?
rney, Sumter; Jerry Thornton, Aiken; R. S.
Yenning, Christchurch; M. Wash, Darlington.
Ia the matter of Henry H. Klnard, bank?
rupt, a meeting of all the creditors was or?
dered for the 25ih of July, In the office of
Registrar Jaeger, Newberry, to Inquire
whether lt would be tor their Interest that the
estate of the bankrupt should be settled by a
trustee under the Inspection of a committee
of creditors, and Registrar Jaeger was order?
ed to give due notice of- said meeting by ad?
Adjourned until ten o'clock this morning.
In the Common Pleas, before Judge Gra?
John D. Murphy vs. John Thompson, io.
lion for malicious prosecution. Verdict lor
ihe defendant. This was the last case before
ibe Jury, and the Juries were forthwith dis?
charged sloe die and paid. The conrt ad- j
Journed until ten oictock Monday,morning '
when lt will be opened on the equity aide for
the purpose of hearing motions and granting
orders, Ac. ." \
THE MAGAZINES.-From Fogartie's, In King
street,- comes the Eclectic for July, which ls
rlobly l reign ted with the choicest gleanings
troin the late foreign periodicals.
From the Leonard Scott Publishing Compa?
ny, of New York, comes Blackwood for June,
containing Mr. Reed's paper on Thackeray,
mentioned elsewhere, as well aa the continua?
tion of the two serials and other Interesting
IMPROVEMENT ON EAST BAT.-The building
on ihe east side of East Bay, situated between
the avenues'of approaoh lo Central wharf, and
occupied by Mesara. Kinsman and Howell, is
undergoing thorough repairs. The wall sepa?
rating lt from the building in the rear has been
taking down, and ibe iwo buildings thrown In?
to one large store. The work is being con?
ducted under ihe supervision of Mr. T. H. Dil
lingham, and will be completed about the 1st
of September next. The ground flour will be
occupied aa a wholesale grocery store by
Messrs. Quaokenbnsb, Estlil & Co.; tbe second
story will be occupied as at present by Messrs.
Kinsman and Howell.
THE EIRE AT FLORENCE.
FLORENCE, July 3, 1872.
The subscriber returns bis thanks to the
following citizens ot Florence, S. C., tor their i
valuable assistance at the fire of this morning.
The safety of the property Is due In a-great
measure to their efforts: Rev. E. J. Snetter,
M. Jacoby, Esq., F. D. Smith, Esq., Cooper
Reins, Richard Reins, George Wilson, Joseph
Kershaw, Adam Robertson, Sam Isalh, Yeta
James, Ezra Isalh. , j
JAMES P. CHASE, Agent.
Hotel Arrivals-Jnly 5.
J. T. Bolomons, Sumter, S. C.; W. J. Mc
Kerall, Marlon, S. C.; W. Izard Hey ward,
South Carolina; B. H. Knotts, Orangeburg;
J. D. Browne, Willlston, 8. C.; Eugene Du
meull, Savannah; Wm. Rabow, Mobile. Ala.;
R. Ward, wile, lour children and servant, St.
Helena Island, 8. C. ; M. 0. Brener, R. Wil?
liams, Northeastern Railroad; Fred. D. Howell,
Rochester, N. Y.; M. W. Yenning, Mount
John T. Rhett, Columbia, 8. C.; Thomas M.
Forman, Georgia; E. A. Marshall, Philadelphia;
W. S. Dudley, Orangeourg, 8. C.; E. G.
Nichols, J. H. Clancey, Wm. T. Mason, Beau.!
fort, 8. C.; A. B. Hagen, Lake City, Fla.; D. 8.
Sleeting! This Day.
Board of COUD ty School Examinera, ats A. M.
Solomon's Lodge, A. F. M., at 8 P. M.
Typographical Society, at hall-past 8 P. M.
Auction Baie? This Day.
William McKay will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at No. 12 Rutledge avenue, household
SOMETHING NEW AND VEST BEAUTIFUL.- |
The Dolly Varden Albums, Just received, are
handsomer and better finished than the old
lasiiloned kind, and are Just as cheap, at Von
Sao ten's Bazaar, No. 229 King street.
VERT CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder aud Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Ton Saoten's Ba
: zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy of
! Music. J ul j 6-B.
STOLT., WEBB A Co. are offering the follow
j log goods at reduced prices: Plaid and Stripe
Nainsooks, 20 and 25 cents. Plaid and Stripe
Swiss, 25 to 30 cents. Plain Nainsooks 20 to
60 cents. Bordered Victoria Lawns, Plain
Victoria Lawns, 25 to 60 cents. French Swiss
Muslins, Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs, 75
cents to $1. Ladies Hem Stitch Handker?
chiefs, 25 cents, *sery cheap. Gent's L. C.
Handkerchiefs, 26, 30, 35 cents, extra cheap.
Ladles' Superior White Cotton Hose, 25, 30 to
50 cents pair. 100 dozen Gent's Half Hose at
$3 dozen, worth $4. Jun26-tuths6
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 214 King
street, have received a small lot of the real
Dolly Varden Sashes, something new and ex?
traordinary nice, only $7 60. Great closing
out sale of all ot our spring and summer
dress goods, regardless of cost.
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FR AM SB for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souder's Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street. JunT7-lmo
DRESS GOODS 1 DRES3 GOODS !-Louis Coben
A Co. beg leave to draw the attention of the
publio to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
I Just received, comprising thejatest novelties
and styles, and at prices fully twenty-five
per cent below their cost of importation.. A
call ls respectfully solicited. Lours COHEN ?
Co., No. 248 King street, may IB
CARD PHOTOGRAPHS beautifully colored for
126 cents each, at Souder's Galleries, No. 263
King street. _ Junl7-lmo
TB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es- j
tabllBhment . _ aprie
BIRD'S EYE TIEW OF CHARLESTON.-Frames
I for above $3 each. HABEL STREET BAZAAR.
GREELET SONG AND JOKE BOOKS.-A liberal
discount to the trade. HASEL STREBT BAZAAR.
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Ton Santen's, No. 229 King street.
Junl-s M m.
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAME?, at 10 cents
I each, at Ton Santen's, No. 229 King street.
TOUNG MBN, TAKE NOTICE.-Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr20-a
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by j
purchasing your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. dec!4s
PIQUE.-Another lot of those extra cheap
Piques at 26 and 30 cents, also Apron Linens
at 20 and 25 cents, at S toil, Webb & Co., 287
King street. j un 25-tu thf fi
IF rpu want to buy chiap goods call on
Stoll, Webb ? Co., 287 King street. They are
offering another lot of those Colored Muslins
at 12$ cents, also Grenadines and tterages at j
12$ cents. Japanese Cloths at 15,20, 25 cents,
worth 25 to 40 cents. Juu25- tuthsG
CROQUET SEASON_We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. . apr27-stuth
FUROHOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 244 King
Btreet, have received four cases 4-4 Ellerton
Bleached Shirting, only is, cents, worth 20;
three cases 9 and 10-4 Unbleached Sheeting, 36
and 40 cents; two cases Plain Buff Lawn, only
15 cents; six cases Allendale Quilts, 10 4,11-4,
12-4, $1 25, $1 37, $1 50; two cases Wamsutta
Bleached Longclotb, only 20 cents; one case
Lonsdale fine 4-4 Cambric, only 25 cents: one
thousand pieces Mosquito Nets, only 65 cents.
CUM ?ti tc nat Al, SEtfS.
Tb? Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OPFIOB CHARLESTON NBWB, |
FRIDAY EVBHINO, July G. 1872. j
COTTON.-There was a limited demand, bot fac?
tors were offering but lightly at the present rates,
and the transactions were about 61 bales, on the
basis or 21o V lb for middlings. The sales were
7 at 21, 18 at 23,S?, 34 at' 24o. .We quote some?
what nominally :
' Ordinary to good ordinary.20 ?21
Low middling.28 KO
RICE.-Tills grain was In moderate rf quest at
unchanged rates. Sales eo tierces or clean Caro?
lina, say io tierces at S'ic; 60 on private terms.
We quote common to lair at 7@7xe; good s@8Kc
NAVAL STORBS.-Receipts light, say 86 barrels
spirits turpentine and 178 bbls rosin. Sales 100 j
bbls spirits turpentine at 44c ? gallon. Rosins
were dull tor Cse qualities, while common kinds
were In demand at steady prices. Sales 220 bbls
or dull and opaque at $3 50 fl bbl lor dull and
H 60 for opagne; strained may be quoted at $2 JO
? bbl. Crude turpentine may be quoted at $8 26
for virgin. $3 for yellow dip, and $i so fur hard.
EXOHANOB.-atoning eo day mus W%.
DOMBSTIO EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New Tork at par ? x premium,
and sell at ,v?K premmlum. Outside they pur?
chase at i-ie?tf premium, and sell at 8.16?>?
Mark'll by Tele grapli.
LONDON, July 6.
Noon.-Bollon decreased nearly ?600,000.
Bonds 91. Consols 92ft.
Eveultig.-uonsoia cosed at 92& for mosey and
92Ji lor account. Bonds, tlxtv -two 91
FRANKFORT, Joly 6.
PARIS. July 6.
Noon.-Rentes 63a66f. Specie increased 3,000,
Nsw TOUK, Joly s.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks very stroug.
Gold dall at 13 ?i. Money easy at 3. Exchange,
loug 9%; short lOtf. Governments strong and
steady.' State bonds quiet.
Evening.-Freights armer. Money 4a6 and de?
mand moderate. Exchange firm at 9%. Com?
mercial bills tcarceand la demand. Quid 13 *? a
u*?. Loans 2a4 lor carrying. Governments ad?
vanced. Ten forties X higher; new fives 13?;;
elgntv-ones nx: sixty-twos 14#. ataies, Teu
nessees 74J?; new 74J?. Virginias 4u; new 60.
Louisianas 62; new 60. Levee sixes 69; eights
73. Alabama fives 60. Qeoigla sixes 70; sevens
86. North camu?as 33>?; n?w 21. South caroli?
nas 73)?; new 28
LIVERPOOL, July 6.
Noon.-Cotton dall; uplanus ll "sd; Orleans
li Hi nftd; Bales 80uo bales; sales io?- the week
47,0-0; exports 40u0: speculation 2000; stock
l,009,ooo; american 436,ooo; receipts 44,0o0; Amer?
ican 16,000: BCtail exports 600O; afloat 286,u00;
Later-Cotton steadier; up'ands Hailed; Or?
leans llj?all%d; sales 10,000 bales; speculation
and exports 2000,
Evening.-There will be no cotton market nntl1
NEW YORK. Jnlv 5. .
Noon.-Cotton Exchange closed Ml Siturd .y.
Evening -Cotton closed nnctianged. Tne ship?
ments of cotton from Bombay to tne 6th Rive last
receipts ll.ooo bales. .
... _ _ BOSTON, Jaly 6.
cotton dall; middlings 25X?25J?c: net recelprs
88 bale-; gross 8u4; sales luO; stock 10,000; weeKly
net receipts 181; groas 2988; exnoria, great de?
cline, 312; sale3 soo.
_.?. _., PROTIDBNCK, July 12.
Stock or cotton isoo bale .
" . PHILADELPHIA, July 6. ,
cotton qnlet; middlings 25*a25Xc; weekly net
receipts 3?rf bales; gross receipts IMI
BALTIMORE, Jnly 6.
Middlings 23Jtfc; gross ree ipi? iii bales; ex
pons coastwise 63; salas 101; stock 7T6.
g. . . " , NOHFOLK, July 6.
Cotton dall; low middlings 23Xc; net receipts
98 bales: exports co wi wise 112: BIOCK 674; weekly
net receipts 466; exports coastwise 935.
CITY PMINT, Joly 6.
Cotton receipts for the week 16 bales.
WILMINGTON. July 6.
Cotton qnlet; middlings 24HC; net receipts 3
bales; exports coastwise 277; stock 800; weekly
receipts 3; exports coastwise 287.
SAVANNAH, Jnly 6.
Cotton dall; middlings 23#c.; net receipts 18
bales; exports coastwise 64; axles so; stocK 1613;
w-ekly receipts 816; exports coastwise 842; sales
AUGUSTA, July 4.
Cotton nomlcal; middlings 24Xa24Xa; net re?
ceipts 28 bales; sales lo; atock in 1871,4320; 1872,
3138; wtekiy nee receipts 63; sales 248.
COLUMBUS. Jnly 5.
Cotton qnlet; stock 1871. 18 8; 1872,424; receipts
of the week 16; shipments 117; sa'es 11? bates.
MACON. Joly 6.
Cotton dull; middlings 23c; receipisufthe week
86 bales; shipments 36; stock 1871, 1610; 1872,
MKMPH13, Jnly 6.
Middlings 24tfc; net receplM 109 oaies; sales
700; stock 1871, 6275; 1872, 4576; net receipts of j
tne week 496.
NASHVILLE. Joly 5.
Stock 1871.1034: 1872, 2081; receipts of the week
294; shipments 224. ?
MONTGOMERY. Joly 5/
Stock of 18712171 hales; 1872 781. Weekly re?
ceipts 10 bales; sales HO.
SELMA, Joly 6.
Stock or 1871 726 bales: 1872 144. Weekly re?
ceipts 12 bales; shipment ll.
MOBILE, Jaly 6.
Cotton entirely nominal; middlings 2H^a24c:
net recelpis 46 bales; exports coastwise 378; sales j
50; mock 2094. Weekly net receipts 121; exports
coastwiae 878; Balea 600.
? NEW ORLEANS, July 6.
Cotton nominal; midd lings 24,'?c; net receipts
373 bales; gross 373; exports to Liverpool 1764;
sales 26; stock 20 997; net receipts of toe week
787; gross 1086; expone to Liverpool 469; cuaat
wlse 2076; sales 1800.
GALVESTON, Jnlv 6.
Cottoo nominal; good ordinary 20J?c; net re*
celpts 6 bales; sales 40; atock 861; ret receipts of
the week 11^; exports coastwise 1378; sales 40.
PROVISIONS AND" PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVE :-IPOOL, Joly 5.
Noon.- Trie weather ls favorable. Breodstufia
heavy, hed Western spring wheat Hs Sdalls ed ;
red winter 12s 2d. Fiour 27s ed. Corn 26s 3d.
Tallow 42s 3d.
NEW YORK, Joly 6.
Koon.-Flour dull and declining. Wheat qnlet
and heavy. Corn, buyers firmer. Pork quiet;
mess $13 25. Lard dall; steam 9)tfa9 9-i6c.
.ST. LOUIS, Joly 6.
Corn steady at 80. Whiskey quiet and steady
at 87. Perk dull at $u 8oal2. Bacon, clear sides j
Lard dnil at 8 for aammer.
Eveulng.-Southern fionr doll and declining,
17a0 for common to fair extra; good to choice $9;
fine ?12 25. Wh sKey dall and heavy at 91. Wheat
1 to 2 lower; winter red western fl 68*160. corn
lower. Pork a abade firmer; $13 40al3 65 for
mess. Beef dall; plain mess $7Xa9ji. Lard8>?a
9X. i -
BALTIMORE, July 6.
Floor dnil. Wheat dall, new chulee wbite $1 65.
Oom dall, white Southern 78<i80o; yellow south?
ern 62c; mixed Western 621?c. Oats very doll,
mlxeo43>44c Bye dall and?nchanged. Provis
le s quiet and unchanged. Mess porn $13 6 ra
13 76. Boin meats-shoulders 6Xc; sides 6\c;
clear rln sides 7i*c. Bacon-shoulders 6c; rio
sides 7Xa7Xc; clear rib sides 8o; sug-ir-curea
hams I3al4c. Lard 9a0,\,'c for Western. Butter
quiet and steady, choice nc. Whiskey dall, 90c.
Interior Cotton markets.
ABBEVILLE, Jaly 8.
Cotton commands from 20& to 23c
YoHKVILLH, Joly 1.
Cotton ls selling at rrom 20 to 23c.
CHARL TTE, Joly 7.
We quote middling at 22 Ka22Xo; low middling
22;?c ?nt good ordinary 21#c. Sales for toe
CONWAYBORO', Joly 2.
Trapa sn NE.-Since oar last market report tn 1=
article has still fa tnerdeolned. We now quote:
Virgin $160; old S3 to $3 25; mixed $1 75 10 fl
Nu arriva s of timber. Tne ar l ie ls m good de?
mand, and fall price can be obtained.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, Jaly 4.
The Dally Bulletin says: Tbere has been a lim?
ited lnqnuy for all descriptions, bat business was
over at an early nour, and the transactions are
nor, important. Prices role as formerly, with a
fair degree of firmness.
New York Narai Stores Market.
Nsw YORK, July 4.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-d?y 927
bbla. Spirits turpentine has been more active,
and prices held deeldidy armer, with 48a bid for
mercnan able order ai the cto-e. ?ales 60 bb s: at
48c; 60U bt>l?. yesterday ant today at 47c tor
Southern and 48-. for New York bbla; 60 New
York bbl?, at 40c; 60 bri is. at 47o ; 40 bola, lu lots
at 4SHa40e.. and 207 bbls. at 47jfc. Rosin ls heid
cmslderab y firmer at $3 I0a816. with a lLtht sup?
ply. Sales 100 b ls. No. 2 at $8 .6; 4? do pale at
t 'OlX In tar, we hear of 60 bbla. Washington
rope at ta 80. Pitch nochauged.
.Receipt* by Railroad. Jnly 5.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
208 bales .cotton, 38 bales goods, 40 bbls rosin. 8
cars weod and lumber. To Railroad Agent,
W ti lulen A Junes, Pringle A Son, Witte Bros,
Frost, Adger A co, Pelzer, Rodgers k co, W W
>mith. W M Bird A co, B D Lazarus, J B Graver,
Goldsmith A Soo. J O Mallonee, Knobeloch a Soo.
43 bbls erode aud 80 bbla Bpi ri ts turpentine, 426
bbls rosin, cars lumber and ties, nails, tobacco,
muse, Ac To Barden A Parker. Whiiden A Jonen,
Kinsman A Howell. W O Bee it co, SR Marshall,
G Ful In, J.M Freds wg, T P smith, W P Dowl?
ing, U Lelbenrood cnapeau A co, ? Welling, H p
Simmons, and others.
JULY 3 AND 4.-48 bbl s crude and 218 bbls spirits
tnrpenilae. 061 bois rosin, CATS lamber, mdse, Ac.
To Barden A Parker, Wblldea A Jones, Kinsman
A stowell, O Leibenrood, Chapeau k co. T P
Smith, o Foll?n. Trenholm k Son, Crane. Boris
ton A co, J 0 Malloaee, D 0 Ebaagh, s Pass, and
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Beaufort. Pacific
Ohtsolm's and ot her Landtags- Captain P. Ward,
wife, fnnr children and Pars?, Miss Langley,
Miss Cleary. Mst Ellis, Miss R Langley, W
Meh lis. Joba May, E J Holmes, and 8 on deck.
CHARLESTON, 8. O..JOLY 6, 1873.
uat aa deg 46 mm as sec. | Lon 70 deg 67 min 27 sec
Sehr Virginia Dryden, Baltimore-8 days. 3600
bnihels corn. To R M Butler A son. Vessel te
Cohen A Wells.
Commercial Line sehr Carrie A Bentley, Falken
burg, New York-10 days. Mdse. To Hi Baker
A co, H R Age-it, O D Ahrens, Bremer A Kohnae,
H Bischoff A co, C BerbUBBe, H Cobla A co, W H
Cbaree A co. J Campten A co, Cameron. Barkley
A co, IL Falk A co, B Feldman A co, ? D Franke.
E M Orlmkc, Holmes A Calder, G S Hacker, Hart
A co. H Klaue A co, JP Kiep, Lauroy. Alexander
& co. Martin & Mood, B O'Neill, A Mouobb, Jr,
F L O'Nfll I, N M Porter, P P Toale. W B smith k
co, Steffens, Werner k Docker, J F Taylor k co,
Tiedemann, Cahier k cn, A Tobias' Sous, Wage?
ner k Moaaees, O F Wleters, S H Wilson k Bro,
steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Beaufort, Chis
olm's and Pacific Landings. 15 casks rice, mdse,
Ac. To Ravenel. Holmes A co. Wm Johnaon,
John cl w, B Bl choir k co, w c Bee A co, j s
Scnlrmer, ?nn Wtbo. W ti Bird A co, p B Lalane
A co, J B Wubrman, Kl nek, Wlckenberg k co,
Mrs Harrison, O LUacbgl, Jas Cosgrove, southern
Received from Bennett's MllL 169 tes ric?. To
Wm O Bee k co.
Span bark Carmen, Batlle. St Jago de Cu ba-10
days. Ballast. To WP Hall.
Crig W H Parks, Dix, New Baven, (Cooa )
Scbr Aldana, Rokes, Rhodes, Kew York.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
* LrviRPOOL. Joly 6.
Noon.-Arrived out, steamships Al.emanla and
NEW YORK. July 6.
Noon.-Arrived, steamships Australian, Erin
The undersigned has Just received a supply of
iSSi*r2.ai^ontil American Cancer Remedy, CON?
DURANGO. H. BAER,
J*al9 NO. ?aij?eettng street.
OS NEW YORK.
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 10, AT 10
. O'CLOCK A. M. <
NEW IBON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
flTATE-BOOMB ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Boimes. Commander.-- will sall for
New York on WEDNESDAY. July loth, ar 10 o'clock
A. M. from Pier No. 2, Uoloo Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
Insurance b; Steamers or this Line K per cent.
Fer Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very tine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, BUGER A GO., No 28 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union Wharves.
PHILADELPHIA IBON STF. A M
THE FIRST-CLASS IBON SOREW STEAMSHIP)
GULF STREAM, Cap tain Hunter, .
VIRGINIA, captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, rn sating a flrav
class sea counectlou between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Oom*
panles at both termini, arro rd rapid transportation
co and from ali points lu the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, Sr.. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or tue Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
?ar The GOLF STREAM ls appointed to sall
rrom Brown's Wharf on SATURDAY, 6th July, at 6
o'clock. P. M. * '
sar Tue VIRGINIA win rouow. 7 I .
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. U
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. ??.???
Jun29 _ ^ '
NSW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship OH (MPION,
R. w. Lockwood. Commander, will sail rrom
Ad ger'a som h Wharf for the above port on SAT?
URDAY, the flt h July, at 6 o'clock P M. V .
w rhH OH ? MPION ls han us om-ly and comfort?
ably ruted op for passengers, and offers superior
indncementsto travellers going North. -,
?-M.nne Insurance by this vessel half per
ter Through Bills or Lading given on Cotton to
LI ver p. ol, Boston. Providence, and the New Ena?
land m murmuring towna Tr:
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
Jnlyl-6 JAMES" ADQER A ggu Agents.
pOB B AL T,I U O B E,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED .
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN, '-'ff
The Fine Steamship SEAaGULL, Datton, Coin?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
6th July, at 6 o'oiock P. M.
$W Philadelphia Freights forwarded td that
etty by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
ttonal Inmrauce. and Consignees are allowed
ample time to simple and sell their Goods from
tue Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apmy to .. ,
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
jnly^S _^o. 2 Union Wharves.
DAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP. COMTES
THROUGH LINE TO .
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JABAN.
FARES GREATLY SEDUCED.
Steamers ot the above line leave Pier ^FSfm.
No. 42, North River, rout or CanalX&BBkm
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or the SS
and 80th or every month except when these
dates rall on Sunday, then the .saturday preceding.
AU departures connect ac Panama with steam?
ers ror south Pacific and Central American pori*.
Departure or 18th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco a rat or every month, except when lt falls ca
sunday ; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Harran?, but go
direct from New York to AsplawalL
One hundred pounds baguage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance rree.
For Pa-mag e Ticket* or other ra fe rm a tl on apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFEIOE. on the wharf
root or canal street. North River, New York.
Jnlygs-lyr_F. R. KARY. Agent
pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATIS MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one or their first-class, mu power
Iron screw Steamships rrom
PIER NO. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Oabm Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 30 Broadway) IBO,
For Freight or Ca^Tp^|^P'^p(^f^
No. 68 Wall ctree? N. X. .
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued
07 the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate ol Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO"
maye Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
REDUCTION IN PASSAGE BATES I
ANCHOR LINE STEAMERS.
SAIL EVEBY WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
Passengers booked to and from any
Rill way sui lon or Seaport in Great;
Britain, Ireland, Norway. Sweden, oeuiuarx,
Germany, France, Holland, Belgium, and too
Cabin Fare from New York to London, Liver*
pool, Glasgow and Derry by Wed n?s ay's Steam*
era $60. By Saturday's ? earners $66 and $76.
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 further particulars apply 10 the Agents,
No. 7 Bowling Green, N. Y~
Or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
aprll-3mosD*w_Charleston, s. 0.
The CITY POINT having been
withdrawn from the line for ra.,
pairs, the ?eainer EMILIE, Oaitdiu o. larioL
White, has been eng ?sed to take her niaoe ror
thiBtrlp. leaving !?oui hern Wharf on THURSDAY,
mn Instant, at naif-past 8 o'cloca P. M., for
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVKR.
Retnrning, will leave Palark.SATUKDA? NIGHT,
Jacksonville SUNDAY MOHNING Fetntudina same
evening, savannah. MONDAY MORNING, arriving
here same afternoon. .
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENMJ A CU., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst'a Wharf and East Bay.
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