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ITEMS OE INTEREST FROM THE
Religious Service? ror To-Morrow, San.
day July 13, 1879.
Christ Church-Rutledge avenue,above Line
street-6.30 P. M. Evening Prayer. Sermun
by Rev. J. Mercier Green, rector.
cnorcn of tn? Hoiy C >mmuulou-corner ot
Ashley and C ninon btreeis-10 30 A. M. Morn?
ing Prayer. S-rmon by Rev. A. Toomer Por?
ter, rrotur. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
Grace Church-Wentworth street, near
Oler ?-10 30 A. M. Murutng Prayer. Ser?
mon by Rev. C. C. Piackney, rector. Eve?
ning Prayer at 5.30 P. M. Sauday-schcol at 9
SL John's Chapel-corner of Amherst and
Hanover streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by-. Evening Prayer at 5 P. M.
SL Luke's Church-corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte streets-10 30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon by Kev. William O. Prenti**,
rector. Everuug Prayer and Sermun at 5 P.
M. Bunbay school at 9 A.M.
Si. Michael's Cnurch-coroer of Broad and
Mt-eilug eireets-10 30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Kev. K. S. Trapler, rector. Eve?
ning Pray- r at 6.30 P. M.
Su Pau'H Cii'<rcn-C->ming. near Warren
street_10 30 A. M. Morning Pra\er. 8ermon
by Bev. James 'H. Elliott, rector. Evening
Prayer at 5 P. M.
Bu Pnldp'e ?:i?urch-Church street, between
Queen aud Cumberland-1O.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon oy Rev. John Johnson, as
slataut minister. Evening Prayer at 5.30 P. M.
BU Stephen's Ftee Cn uren-Anson si reel,
between Society and Geoi ge-10.30 A. M.
Morning Prayer. Service aud Connnnatlun
. ROMAN CATHOLIC.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite
' ?reh?lale-Bev. Daoirl J. Qui rley, pastor;
Rev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Ma*9 at
7 aud 9 A. M. H'gh Mass at 10.30 A. M. Ves?
pers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
Su Joseph's Church-Anson street, near
George-Rev. C. J. Crochan, pastor. L.w
Mass at 7 A. M. High Mass at 10 30 A. M.
Vespers and B-ueutctluu at 7.30 P. M. Sun?
day-school ai 9 A. M.
bU Mary's Church-Ha?el street, near King
Rev. C. B. Northrop, pastor. Low Mass at 7
A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
Su Patrick's Church-corner of Radcliffe
and Su. Pu 11 lp streets-Rev. John Moore, D.
D., pastor; Rev* 8. Carew, assistant. Low*
Mass at 7 aud 9 A.M. High Mass at 10.30 A.
M. Vespere and Benediction at 6 P. M. Sun
day-BQiiool al 9 A. M.
Mas* ?Ul be celebrated on Sullivan's Island
at 7 A.M.
First Church-corner of Meeting and Tradd
streets. There win be no seivlce to day.
Second Church-corner ot' Me?- ting aud Char?
lotte Ftceeirt. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev.
G. R. fir-aokett, pastor. Sunday-school at 6 P.
Central Church-Meeting street, near Soc!
?ty. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Rev. W. C.
Dana. D. O., pastor, and at 4 P. M.
Glebe street Church-OKbe street, near
Wentworth Serm ,m at 10 30 A. M., by Rev.
J. L. Girar dea u, D. ? , pastor.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt (ind Calhoun
streets, sermon at 10.3U A. M., by bev. A.
M. Chrietzber*, pa-nor, and at 5 P. M. Suu
day-cc h od ai 9 A. M.
Bprlug Street Cnurch-corner of Spring and
Coming Hireeis. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by
Rev J. T. Wightman, and In the evening al
8 o'clock. Snudaj-school at 1 R M.
Trinity Church-coruer Hasel street and
Maiden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by
Btxhop Wightman and at 8.16 P. M. by Rev.
Whitefoord Smith, D. D. Sunday-school at 4.30
St. Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
-King st reel, near Vauderhoist. Sermon, ut
10.30 A. M. by Bev. L. Muller, pastor, and at
4P. M. Haiidft)-Schoolai 9 A. M.
Bu John's Kvaugeli ai Church-corner Arch?
dale ami Clifford B<reels. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M ?bv Rev. T. W. Dosb, pastor, and al 6 P. M.
Suida y-school al 4.30 P. M.
Wen- worth Si ree t Cnurch. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. by Rev. W. S. Howman, pa-tor, and
at 5 P. M. Sunday-school at 8.45 A. M.
Citadel Square Church-corner of Meeting
and Henrietta streets. Sermon ar. 10.30 A. M.,
2R-v. Dr Windier. Sunday-school at 9 A.
No >? er vi ce In ibe al te moon.
First Baptist Church Church street, be?
tween Tradd and Walqr. Sermun at 10.30 A.
M.. by Rev. L. H. Stine* pastor, and at 5 P.
M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
2ue*D and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A.
. by Rev. W. H. Adams, pastor, and ut 4.30
FRENCH PROTESTANT. ?
Huguenot Church-corner of Queen and
Church streets Sermon at 10 30 A. M. by
Rev. C. s. VvHlder, pas-or, and ai 6 P. M. Sun?
day School after tnorul. g service.
Unitarian Church -Archdale street, between
Queen and CUfford. Services at 10.30 A. M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, between
Water street and atoll's ailey. Sermon ar 10.30
A. M. bs Rev. W B. Yates, chaplain.
Orphan>K'Use Chapel- Vanderhoret street
between King and Su Philip streets. Sermon
at 5 ?. M. by Rev. W. O. Prentiss.
Sal i Ivan'? leland Presbyterian Church.
This church will be dedicated to-morrow,
when the services at ll A. M. and half-past 4 j
P. M. will be conducted by the Rev. Dr.
The average sa'aryof Biptlst ministers la
said to be seven hundred dollars.
The Abbeville Binti- ta wish to buy a lot and
bunda house of worship. They need 84800.
Mr. Henry Smith, of Aiken, has donated the
lot on the northeast comer of Barn well avenue
and Pendleton street, for the proposed rec?
tory of the Episcopal Church.
It is rumored thai Bev. Mr. McBryde, pastor
of the Aiken Presbyterian Church, IIBB re- j
signed his charge, and will accept a.call lrom
some church In Alabama.
Mhsourl has -a larger number of Baptist
churches than any other State In the -South,
having 1250. Georgm has toe Jargest church
membership, having 110,000. T '*
The Raptlst Church at Anderson ls now with?
out a pastor. There ls some probability that |
they will extend a call to the Rev. L. Golden,
formerly of thia .State, bat now in Waster n
The A.rAfrrlUe3?ptlsta-are preparing to es
tataBah mission Etalions at Ninety-six and
Cokesbury, on the Greenville snd Columbia !
Railroad, and at White Hall, in lower Abbe-1
ville. They will be supplied for the present |
by L ders W. 33. Jones aud T. H. Pope.
Toe centennial anniversary ot Cannon's
Creek Church, Newberry County, will be cele?
brated on the 19th Instant, on which occasion
the public, far and near, are most cordially
invited to attend. Addresses will be made by
several gentlemen, among whom are Rev. Hi
T. Sloan and J. F. J. Caldwell, Esq.
The Working Christian learns from pub?
lished statistics that there are, In South Caro?
lina, one hundred and fifty to two hundred
Baptist churches In excess of the number ol
ministers, there being something near Ave
hundred churches and only about three hun?
Ia the course ot Rev. Mr. Carlisle'!) address
before the Mai loa street Sunday-school on the
4th, he gave thc following statistical infor?
mation to his hearers, viz: There are In the
United Slates about twenty thousand Metho?
dist Sunday-eohoois, two hundred thousand
teachers and one million five hundred thou?
THE CHARLESTON SOCIAL MOUNTED CLUB.
This club had their drill al Johnson's farm
yesterday Afternoon, and successfully per?
formed a number ot manoeuvres before a large
assembly. The prizes were not contested for
lo consequence of the lateness of the hour at
which the drill was completed.
THE MARCH OF PROGRESS.
Life on Sullivan's Island.
T?iia delightful Bummer resort has been
steadily Improving for som? years, but at no
period, either before or since the war, has lt
exhibited more signs o? ac?ive enterprise than
now. The Ferry Company's wharf 1B plied
with lumber and shingles, and upon the beach
near by are large piles of new brick, evidently
Just discharged. Nor Is the impression made
by the appearance ot the wharf and its sur?
roundings at all weakened by a walk into the
heart of the island. On every side are brand
new buildings, ihe growth of the past spring
and the present Bummer. Besides the large
number already completed, no less than ten
new residences are in course of erection within
sight of each other. One of these is being
ouilt by Mr. Wm. Jones for Mr. Lee Howard,
another for Mr. Watson, of the firm of Watson
& Bill. Two very large houses are building
by Mr. C. W. Seignlous; and still another by
Mr. Lopez tor Mr. Robert Adger.
Almost every boat from the city carries a
large crowd of visitors and residents. The
scene at the wharf, on the arrival of the half
past nine o'clock boat, ls one of IntereBilog
bustle and confusion. Twenty or thirty vehi?
cles of every description and a hundred or
more persons are assembled together around
the pier. AB the Bteamer touches the wharf
gate is opened, and such a rush follows that
the extremely old and extremely young are
often rudely jostled. Four backs find steady
employment in transporting passengers back?
wards and forwards from the Bteamer to dif?
ferent points on the island.
The afternoons and evenings are spent in
walking, riding and driving on the beach, and
bathing In the surf. A Greeley club la one of
the-features of the place; lt appears, however,
to be mor? social than political; anyhow lt is
quite suitable to the times.
THE STEAMER FALCON.-Passengers by this
steamer need not go aboard until half-past
nine o'clock P. M. . .>
THE BARNWELL TRAGEDY.-Frank Groves,
who was severely wounded on the 1st, is im?
REWARD.-Governor Scott offers three hun?
dred dollars reward for the arrest and lodge?
ment In any Jail in this State, with proof to
convict, of Wash Williams, who murdered
Wesley George, of EJgefleld CouBty, in April
BoiT RACE THIS AFTERNOON.-The juvenile
crews of the "Three F's," the Ignoto* and the
Eureka, have arranged for a irlendly race off
White Point Garden, at hali-past six o'clock
this afternoon. The contest will be an ezoit
lng one beyond a doubt.
COMMUTATION OP SENTENCE.-Governor
Scott has commuted the sentences of Solomon
Norhplet and Jacob Johnson, who were con?
victed of the murder of M. H. Harmon, in
Lexington County, at the May term of the
Court of General Sessions, and sentenced to
be banged on the 26th of August proximo, to
imprisonment at bard labof for life io the
CRUMBS.-Governor Scott has appointed B.
G. Sessions auditor for Horry County.
Sheriff Mackey is wearing a Greeley hat.
Report says that the Iron of the Enterprise
Railroad Company will arrive next week.
A tub race will take place this afternoon lo,
the pond at the foot of Rutledge streer. Seve?
ral entries have been ~nade. A watermelon
will be placed in the middle of the pond, and
a prize ot five dollars elven to the party who
succeeds In takln? Itfinto his tub.
THE LAURENS RAILROAD CASE.-This case
was brought before the United States Court
yesterday. The assignee reported the sale of
the effects, and asked that the sale be con?
firmed by the court. Messrs. Pressley. Lord
& Inglesby, Hayne & Bun, 8lmonton ? Bar?
ker, on the part of the creditors ol the road,
moved that the sale be set aside on the
ground that the effects bad been sold for less
than sixty-four thousand dollars, the price
'fixed by the order of sale. The Judge grant
ted the motion and issued an order setting
aside the sale.
A RUNAWAY.-TWO horses attached to a car?
riage containing a lady took fright yesterday
on Spring street near Coming, and dashed off
in the dlreotlon of ging at a startling pace.
The driver succeeded In jamming the vehicle up
I against the sidewalk, when both of the horses
broke from the harness. Ooe or two of the
window glasses were broken, and the horses
slightly bruised about the hind legs, but no
further damage was done. Aftei the carriage
was stopped the lady lost no time In getting
out, and vanished. The turnout belonged to
Wallace's livery stable, In Chalmers street.
THE CATERPILLAR IN THE RICE_Rice
planters on the Cooper River report the
presence of large numbers of caterpillars
which are very destructive to the growing
crop. The first brood that appeared attacked
the Dee while young, and lt reoovered from
their ravages, but the present swarm are
eating every thing before them, and the pros?
pects for this staple looks gloomy, as it ls too
late to replant. One gentleman on the
Cooper River, who controls a large planting
Interest, drew the water trom a portion of his
place, and as the river was too salt to allow the
flooding of the fields, he turned a drove of
turkeys on them, and though the piants and
grounds were alive with the worms they
were gobbled up by the turkeys, which proved
very etflclent In ridding the fields pf the
COTTON PICKING BY MACHINERY.-The Jour?
nal of Commerce says: "A cotton gathering
machine was exhibited lately in the Cotton
Exchange, It is In the form of a double oar,
open In the middle, and supported by a large
wheel on each side. ID ts drawn by two mules
who walk between the row of plants?, -AS it
moves forward, the plants between the mules
pass into the open spaoe between the cars,
and are caught by a series of metallic Augers
which allow the stalk and leaves to pass, but
catch the boll, break It from the stalk, carry
it to the interior ot the car and drop it on an
endleas cloth running on guide rollers. The
.cloth is moved by belts connecting the wheels
with the guide rollers, and feeds the bolls into
sacks suspended at the rear of the machine.
The inventor claims that lt will do the' work
of fifty-two men." .
CLUBS AND STABS-Richard Rrown and
Riobard Michel fought lor the possession of a
beefsteak in the up-town market, and were
fined fifty cents apiece.
John Guerry got drunk on Thursday after?
noon and created a disturbance in Montague
street. He was turned over to a trial Justice.
Abraham Chlsolm.for getting di unk In Elliott
street and Indulging in abusive language to?
wards a policeman, was given the option of
paying one dollar or spending ten days in jail.
John Johnson, an escaped convlot, was
turned ovec-lo Sheriff Mackey.
Philip Washington, accused of having stolen
figs from the basket of Sarah Hume on King
street, was proved innocent, and discharged.
A cow found promenading in King street
was turned over to the owner on payment of
DEATH OF GENERAL EASLEY.
Colonel Hoyt, of Anderson, telegraphs to
the Columbia Carolinian that General W. E.
Easley, of Greenville, died at the Kimball
House, Atlanta, on Thursday.
General Eisley was a distinguished lawyer
and a highly cultivated gentleman. He baa
long been a prominent man in the upper part
of the State, and was highly esteemed. In
his death the State loses a useful and patriotic
FASTEST TIME ON REOORD.
A House Built lu Nineteen Days.
A number of gentlemen yesterday morning
Joined in congratulating the Devereux Broth?
ers on their feat of building a large two-story
house, on Sullivan's Island, for a Charleston
merchant, in nineteen working days. The
time allowed by the contract was thirty days,
-and lt was not required that the fitting up of
the house should be finished In that time. Tbe
Idea of doing even as much as this in only
thirty days was hooted at, but the Devereux
Brothers took the bit In their teeth, and hav?
ing the hearty co-operation of Mr. W. P. Bus?
sell, of the sash and blind factory, completed
the work, 'In every respect, in a little more
than half the time allowed them. The house
ls seventy-five feet long, twenty-five wide, and
two-stories high, with piazzas and chimneys,
and lathed, plastered and painted In a thor?
oughly workmanlike manner.
This ls quloker time, for the work done, than
has been made in New York or Chicago !
THE MEDICAL COLLEGE OF SOUTH
The forty-fourth course of lectures given by
this time-honored Institution will commence
on the 15th ot October next and terminate on
the 16th ol March following. Some Impor?
tant changes will be made in its management
and conduct. There has been an Increase in
the- length of the term of study and the
number of professional chairs. Dr. F.
.Peyre Porcher has accepted the chair
of clinical medicine, and Dr. J. Ford
Prloleau that of the principles and practice of
obstetrics. The faculty have also decided to
ofier medical students a complete course ol
free lectures during the coming season,
leaving only those charges which are neces?
sary for the maintenance of the college, such
as lees for matriculation, graduation, <tc,
amounting lu all to fifty dollars. The auiual
announcement of the trustees and faculty will
be Issued in a few days.
CITY IMPROrEMES IS.
The store of Messrs. Adams, Damon & Co.,
In Broad street, next to the corner ol State, ls
being thoroughly remodelled and repaired.
The rear wall bas been palled down, andan
ad di i lon one hundred feet long made to the
building. The celling will be raised three
feet, and ne floorings put In. The wall of a
building also owned by the firm, fronting on
State street, will likewise be taken down, and
the two tbroT. n into one large store, L shaped,
with an entrance on each street. It will be
occupied, as formerly, by the firm as a depot
for stoves and other articles In the house-fur?
nishing line.. The work ls being done under
the supervision of Mr. w. S. Adams, one of
the firm, and will be completed about the
middle of August.
Io Hay ne street, near the Charleston Hotel
stables, Mr. J. W. Sawner ls erecting for the
city a brick building, which will be occupied
by the Toung America Steam Fire Engine
Company. It ls tweoty-turee feet front by
forty feet deep, and two stories high. The
ower story will be used as the engine-room,
and the upper as a hall for the meetings of the
company. It will be completed about tho
first ol September, and will fill up a gap that
has long dl-figured Hayne street.
The interiurol No. 318 King street, opposite
Liberty, has been overhauled and repaired,
and fitted up as a wholesale liquor and cigar
store by Messrs. Byrne & Foganie. .It will be
completed In a day or two.
Ashed is in course of erection upon'a lot In
Cannon street, adjoining the rear of the upper
Guardhouse, for the accommodation of ani?
mals found roaming about the streets. It ls
the work of the city.
THE COURTS YESTERDAY.
The Criminal Court
The Criminal Court was opened by Judge
Lee at 9 A, M. yesterday.
E. P. Benedict, 8 Ri vera and 0. Arnott were
found guilty of violating the State license
law, and bench warrants were ordered to be
issued for their arrest
A verdict of not guilty waa rendered In the
case or the State against Cyrus Elvers, for as?
sault and battery.
A nol. pros, was entered In the case of Hen?
ry Baker, charged with assault with Intent
to kill and assault and oatiery.
The grand Jury made the following returns :
The State VB. John Hackett alias Gus Wil?
liams and Sarah Hackett, burglary and larce?
ny. True bill.
The Sute vs. Edward Bay, assault and bat?
tery. True bill.
The State vs. Joseph Wilson, robbery. True
The State vs. Henry Wilson, grand larceny.
The State vs. Matthew Hayes, rape, No bili.
The State vs. Phillp Buchhelt, assault and
battery. No Dill.
John Washington, Alfred Matson and Joseph
Glover, confined on a charge of burglary and
larceny, having escaped from Jail, their cases
were struck from the docket, to be reinstated
when the fugitives are again arrested.
The names o? A. 0. Andrews, Hugh O'Brien,
Ann Toung and George F. Habenicnt were
stricken from the docket.
The case of William Ghisolm, assault and
battery, was continued to the October term.
The case of H. W. Hendricks, charged with
assaulting the reporter of the Courier, was
also continued to the October term. .
The court then adjourned till Monday next.
United States Cour:.
The District Court of the United States was
opened by Judge Bryan at ten o'clock yester?
Aa order was Issued setting aside the recent
sale o? the Laarens Railroad, the assignee hav?
ing accepted a bid lower than that fixed by
the order of sale. ^
A part of the testimony was heard in the
case of A. B. Van nu ver a ral nat the bark Agnes
Campbell, libel tor collision, and further hear
lng was postponed until 1 P. M. to-tiay. The ?
court then adjourned.
TBS MCLAUGHLIN CASE_A motion was
made before Judge Graham, yesterday morn?
ing, to have another writ of habeas corpus
issued lu this case, but the Judge refused to
lS"ue the writ, affirming that he had no power
to enforce ?ny order that he might make in
the premises, the Bherlff being ready to obey
any contrary order or the Criminal Court.
Judge Graham telegraphed to Attorney-Gen?
eral Chamberlain, who may take the necessary
measures for vindicating the outraged dignity
of the Circuit Court.
MR. JNO. D. BROWNS, who was for thirty
three years the keeper of the City Cemetery,
died yesterday la his seventieth sear. Io the
dre of 1838, when Mr. F. Schnierle and Colonel
0. Steedman were killed, Mr. Brown, who was
then In the Fire Department, was blown up, in
the d Bcharge of his duty, and terribly Injured.
As no pension could be given him he was ap?
pointed keeper of the City Cemetery. He was
turned out of office last winter, and from that
time sank rapidly.
Hotel Arrivals-Joly 19.
George B. Aiken, Ballimore; CC, Walker,
city; E. M. SpelghtSt wife and child, Wm. F.
Nanoe, South Carolina; J. A Brenner, Angosta;
Fred. 8. Berger, New York; J. 0. Badenburgh,
Columbus; E. A. Marshall, Philadelphia; H. E.
Shepperd, Baltimore; w. S. Ellis, Macon; Ed?
ward Hutchinson, Atlanta; D. H. Logan,
M. A. Bland. Charlotte; D. Odom, Bon
neau's; W. C. : ? ?ves, D. E. Conner, Bleves's
Station; G. Holmes^ Beaufort; C. D Land,
Gourdln's; J. L. Rollins, Wassamasaw; J. Fnl
gham, Monck's Corner; J. T. Brady, New
York; D. McKnight, Thomaston; McDaniel
Meetings Thia Da.y.
Franklin Lodge, A. F. M., at 8 P. M. >
F0R0HO0TT, BENEDICT A CO. advertise for
this week a clearing-out sale of all their Dress
Goods. A reduction as never before has been
made In this department. ] u 1 y 8
F?BCHGoTT, BENEDICT ? Co. beg to call the
attentlor of the public to their this day's ad?
vertisement, ju ly 8
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ot fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
DRESS GOODS I DREBS GOODS I-Louis Cohen
& Co. beg leave to draw (he attention of the
public to their Fresh Stock of Dress Goods,
jost 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. LOOTS COHEN ?
Co., No. 248 King street may 16
PLATINO CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street.
Junl-s y_ .
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH PRAXES, at 10 cents
each, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street
YOUNO MBN, TAKE NOTICE_Base Balls and
Bats-cheaper than the cheapest. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. _ apr20-s
To BUSINESS MEN.-Save your money by
purchasing' your Blank Books at the East
Bay News Boom. decUs
VERY CHEAP_A Handsome Box,-contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Yon Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy of
FRENCH "PASSEPARTOUT" FRAMES for Card
Photographs, 25 cents each, at Souder'o Galle?
ries, No. 263 King street Jonl7-lmo
CARO PHOTOORATHS beautifully colored for
25 cents each, at Bonder's Galleries, No. 263
King street"_ Junl7-lmo
YB THIRSTY MORTALS, ATTENTION!-Gard?
ner's celebrated Soda Water, at the East Bay
News Boom. Branch of the Hasel street es- j
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
views, $1 60 per dozen.. BASEL STREET
BAZAAR. : * apr 19 mwf
CROQUET SEASON_We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at 13 26. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr37-stntb
BARCELONA-Per Span brig Carmita-1046 bbls
rosin, 70eo ft et lumber.
PBTt.AOn.PHU-Per steamship virginia-T
balee cotton, 158 bales domes iles and goods, 727
obis naval atores, ss tierces rice, 26 tons old iron,
20,050 feet lumber, aud 181 pkgs sundries.
rh? Ch arl eaton Cotton, Rio? and Naval
Ornes CHARLESTON NEWS, I
FRIDAY EVENING. Joly 12, WML f
COTTON.-There was a light inquiry, mostly for
the common grades of this staple, with sa.es or
about oo bales of ordinary to strict ordinary
qualities, say 45 at 20, 4 at 20Xc ta rb, and 40
on private terms. Quotations nominal.
Rios -The market was quiet and business un?
important, sale J 10 tierces of olean Carolina at
6Xc. We quote common to fair at 707X0; good
NAVAL STORES.-Receipts 131 bbls spirits tur?
pentine, 712 obis rosin and 40 bbl? crude turpen?
tine. There were no sales reported. Oruae tur?
p?n Une may be quoted at $3 1G for virgin, $2 70
tor yellow dip, and $1 SO for hard.
Paiioars.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, nomi
a ai on uplands, nommai on sea islands; na New
fork, Xd on aplands, \ J on sea islands; by Bau,
nominal on aplauda, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre-on uplands, coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 on uplands and - on sea islands;
$1 60 fi tierce on rice; ooo f? bbl on rosin;
by sall xo f TS on cotton; - fi tierce
on rice; 60o fl barrel on rosin; $8 fl M ?on
tum oer; lio fi M on Umber. To Boston, by sail
?(0 fi BJ on upland out ton ; rosin 85c; reaawed
stuff llovi?60; phosphate $606 60. To Provi?
dence, by sau $10 fl Mon boards,%a fi Bi on
cotton; by iteam tl fi bale on New York rates.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
oy san, $8? H on boards; $9 60010 on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $8a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam Xo ft TS by sall, |0 6007 fi
d on boards; |S08 60 on Umber; $8 36 fi
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de?
mand by oar merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Sauna River,
?a., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
ind $10012 fi M are the rates on lamber and
ExonANGi.-sterling 00 day bills 24.
DOMESTIC KIOHANOR-The banks purchase
sight checks on New Tork at par 0 X premium,
and sell at X0X premmlnm. Outside they pur?
chase at 1-1O0X premium, and sell at S-ie&x
LONDON, July 12.
Noon.-Consols 92X- BondB ?ix.
PARIS, July 12.
Noon.-Rentes 63T 96c
Evening ->poclo decreased to two and half
ml.llun francs. _ : 2
NEW YORE, Joly 12.
Noon.-Freights Arm. ?stocks dull. Qold
quiet at 13X Money easy at 3. Exchange, long
9X; Bhort 10X. Governuieu,s dull and steady,
since bonds dud and steady.
Ev. nlng.-Freights inactive. Money easy at
Sat. steillng steady. Gold l8Xal4. Governments
strong ano steady. Te-mesiecS strong. New
South Carolinas Xcff au? market-closed steady.
LIVERPOOL, July 12.
Noon.-Cotton opened firmer; uplands lOXd,
Orleans llXd; sales 10,000 bales; sales of week
51,000; exports woo; speculation 40OO; Btock 992,
ooo ; American 328,000; receipts 29,000; American
11,000; aotnal exporta 6000; afloat 299,000; Ameri?
Lster.-Cotton firmer; sales 12.000 bales; specu?
lation and export aooo.
Evening.-cotton closed strong; uplands lO?id.
Orleans HJiallXd. Yarna and rabiles doll, but
" . " Nsw TOBE:, July 12.
' Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales sio bales; uplands
24J?C. Orl?ana 24XC.
Evening -cot:on nominal; sale? 602 bales; up?
lands 24Xc; Orleans .Uiic. .>ales of cotton
futures 19 450 bales, as follows: August 23Jia24c;
September 22 3-l6a22\c; October 20?fa2ic; No?
vember 19??a<20c; December 19>??19??C.
?"....,. BOSTON, July 12.
Middlings Btronjr at 26>?c; groat receipts 881
baue; aalet St: atnclt lo.ooo; Wrrkiy groBt recetpis
1927; exports to Great Bmain lol; sales 1000.
PHILADELPHIA, Jury 12.
Cotton qule ; middlings *4,KC; weekly net re?
ceipts 08 bales; gross 8*82.
BALTIMORE. Joly 12.
Cotton quiet and firm; middlings 24tfc; net re?
ceipts 30 bales; gro-s 80; exports coastwise 28;
?aus 26; stock 784; weekly net receipts 68; gross
lol; sales 188.
NORFOLK, Joly 12.
Cotton dull; low middlings 22>4c; net receipts 7
bales; exports coastwise ls; stock 6 l; weekly net
receipts 1194; exports coastw BU 1297.
WILHTA?TON, July 12.
Cotton quiet; middlings :4c; stock 731 oales;
weekly exporte coastwise 66; ?ale* 3.
HAVANNAH. July 12.
Cotton qn.et and holders firm; middlings 23c;
net receipts 10 bales; exports coastwise 2?0i; eales
30; stock 7023; weeky receipts 836; exports to
Great Britain 293; coastwise 832; sa es 10.
AUGUSTA, Joly 12.
Cotton firmer and held bisher; middlings 23o;
net recelnts 22 bales; eales 222; Btock 8120: weekly
receipts 87; sales 811.
_ . COLUMBUS, July 12.
Weekly receipts of cotton 10 L a.es; shipments
40; stock 420.
MACON, July 12.
cotton quiet; middlings 22>ic; weekly receipts
28 bales; shipments 49; stock 464.
?sw NA - HvrLLE July 12.
Cotton doll andTlomlDa': ?ow middli-ga 2ic;
weekly receipts 42 baL-s; shipments 666; stock,
MEMPHIS, July 12.
Cotton-holder* asking higher l?tes; bajera
rerase; middlings 23Xa23#c; net'receipts 466
biles; shipment- 432; stock, 1871. 6846; 1872, 412u;
weekly receipts 883; sblpmenta 850; aalen 1000.
MONTGOMERY, July 12.
Ootton-net receipts or the week 17 bales;
shipments 34; Btock, 1871, 2089; 1872. 764.
BBX.UA, Jnlv 12.
Cotton-weekly receipts 6 bales; shipments 7:
stock 140. m
MOBILE, July 12.
Cotton firm; middlings 22c; net receipts 27
bales; exporta coastwise 603; sales 76; stock 1487;
net receipts or the week 77; exports coastwise
684; sales 326.
Nsw ORLEANS, July 12.
Cotton nominal; middlings 22xc; net receipts
98 bales; gro-s 98; sales 310; stock 18,014; net re?
ceipts of the week 628; gross 686; exports to
Great Britain 2648; exports coastwise 870; ?alea
GALVESTON, Joly 12.
t Cotton nommai; middlings 20KC; sales 260
bales; stock 636; net receipts or the week 2; ex?
ports to Great Brnaln 82; exports coastwise 136;
PROVISION'S AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, July 12.
Noon.-Breadstuff's are Armer. Corn 28s Od.
The weather throughout Great Britain ls favor?
able for the crops.
Evening-short ribs 31s 6s. Common rosin 7s
9da8s. Cumberland cnt 26a 6d.
LONDON. Joly 12
Evening.-Turpentine opened at 36sa35s 6d, and
closed at 86s.
Nsw TORE. Jnly 12.
Noon.-Floor steady. Wheat a shade armer.
Oom advancing. P rk steady ; mess ? 13 46al8 60.
Lard quiet; steam 9Ka9 7-i6c Turpentine quiet
at 47 x eta. Kosln steady at $8U6J812>? fur
Evening.-Flour active and unchanged. Whis?
key 02,KC Wheat a trifle better; winier red West?
ern $166al 68, Corn a abada netter and in light
supply, nice Arm at sxa?Kc Pork firmer at
$1355. Lard dull at 9fca9Xc. Navals and tal?
BALTIII0BE, July 12.
Floor lu Improved demand, whe?t arm and
stock scarce; choice white $1 70al 76; fair to
prime $1 eoal 86. corn dull; white 78a80; yellow
6ia62. Oats active; white Western 40a41. nye
dull at eoaio. Provisions buoyant. Meas pork
$13 75a 14. Bacon-shoulders 6tfc. Lard un?
changed. Whiskey $1.
CINCINNATI, Joly 12.
Floor steady, $11 26. Corn in fair demand and
Arm at 51 c. PorK an advance asked but none
established, regular held higher, with no boyera,
city held at $16, saleanie at $ 4 76. Lard duh and
nominal summer 7\?7J?C stearn 8Jfa8Xc; ket?
tie 8j?a9c. Bicoo Arm; anoolders 6Jic; ci-er nb
"?T?O; clear sides Sc. Whiskey in talr uemaud aud
LOUISVILLE, Joly 21.
Floor onchaoged. Corn quiet and nothing do?
ing at 02c; provisions firmer; round lota etty
pork $12 60. Bacon ahonlders 6Vc; sldOa 8 .s.Vic.
Packed lard, kettle 9c; contracts at 8\c; kegs 100;
ordered lots Xa,X higher. Whiskey firmer at 87c.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORK, Joly 11.
The Dally Bulletin says: The demand baa been
good, and holden* of carolina renard the poal ion
as more favorable. Tne weakness noticed yes?
terday ha- dleaopeared, and foll prices rulo with
a good degree of firmness. Patna is' also a little
firmer at a slight Improvement. We qujte sales
of2u0 bags Rangoon at 6jia7#c. 200 Patna at 7X
a8c, 150 tlei ces Carolina at fcXafiKc.
New York Naval Stores Market.
. NEW > ORE. JU y ll.
The Dally Bulletin nays: Recelpta to-day 2599
bbls roam, 947 do spirits turpentine. 67 do tar.
There wat a ra r demand for splrirs at abont yes?
terday M closing figures, but toward tbe cl< ae in?
tone showed a trifle more strength, as most lots
from the wha>f had been picked up. We note
Bales or 490 bbls at 47J4C; 80 do a- 48c; 200 do late
last evnlog at 48o; 2U0 bbta In shlppl g order at
48KC, and 800 bbls on private tn ma. Strained
rosin qoler, bot holder'a views pretty Arm at
$3 06a8 12K lor common to gool, wltn $3 freely
bid. The finer grades meet ? moderate derna d
at ste-tdv prices. Aales los bois at $3 io, 188 bbl?
at $3 26, 89 b ila No. 2 ar. $8 75 80 bbls No. 1 at $4,
and 866 obis pale at $4 6iJi?6 76. Tar very scarce
and firm, though to a great extent nominal.
Pitch Beliing m a small way at former prices.
Interior Cotton Markets.
YO H KYI L LE, Joly 10.
Cotton rangea from 20X to 28c
CHARLOTTE. Joly 8.
We continue former quo tat 1. n , vis : 21 Ku for
good ordinary, 22\ to 23c for low middling, and
23XO f * middling, soles for the week light, and
A BBB VILLE, July 10.
Cotton ls quoted at from 18 to 2 tc.
GREENVILLE, July 10.
Cotton ls selling to-day at ay, to 23c.
Receipts per Railroad, Jnly Vi.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
209 bales cotton. 44 balea goods, 20 bbls spirits
turpentine, 121 bbls roslu, 189 sacks floor, and 1
car stock. To Railroad Agent, Pelzer. Ro igera ft
00, Kinsman A Howell, Whllden A Jooes, Sloan
ft Selgnloaa, E H Frost ft co, 1 hapeaa A co, A J
Salina*, G Kollin A Sons, Stearn*,Werner A Dnck
Dr, 0 H Walter A co, A B Muligan. U Lt ld lng, G
W Williams A co, Knobeloch A Small, and Martin
66 bbls erode and 39 bbls spirits turpentine, 162
bbls rosin, cara lumber, mdse, Ac To Barden A
Parker, Whllden A Jones, Kinsman 4 Howell, D
0 Eoaueh, C Ltebenrood, Chapeau A co, Stono
Phosphate co, H Kells, J Dent, B Boyd, Railroad
agent, and others.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via
Beaufort, Bilton Head, and Way Lan-dogs- John
lohnonn, F Campbell, Mrs Rice, O G Kendall, wife
iud child, Mrs Blecke, J T B-ady, Miss Jenkins, E
II McKnight, E A Marshall, Mrs Ohleolm and son,
ind two deok.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.JULY 13, 1872.
?at 82 deg 40 minas seo. | Lon 70 deg 67 mm -it Bec
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings.
Mdse, Ac. To Ravenel. Holmes ft co, W M Bird
ft co. W C Bee ft co, Mrs c A Ball, Pani, Welch ft
Brandes, New York steamships, A M Adge', Miss
Boughman, w B w imams ft Son, M McGorty, M
Trtear, Klnem-in Bros, QuackenbQBh, Es.ill ft co,
Sally Graham. Southern Express co.
Received from Weat Point Mill. 60 tierces rice,
ro J R Pringle ft Soo.
Steamship virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-W
Spanish brig Carmita, Coll, Barcelona-W P
Steamship Virginia. Hinckley, Philadelphia.
Sehr Maria C Frye, Bunker. Bronswlck, Ga.
Sobr Virginia, Dryden, Baltimore.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York,
Sehr Paul ft Thompson, Williams, at Jackson?
ville, Ju y 1.
Sehr Daybreak, Blake, at Jacksonville, July 1.
CLEARED FOR THIS FORT.
Steamship Sooth carolina, Beckett, at New
York, Joly 10.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORK, July 12.
Arrived, steamships Nemesis, Crescent city and
The sehr Carrie S Webb, Homer, ?rom George?
town, s C, arrived at New York Joly 9.
?a* THlfB?T?iro^^ AND
Acquaintances of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Moore, and
of Misa Margaret Cobla, are Invited to attend the
Fanerai services of DANI KL P. MOORE, eldest
son of the former, at st. John's Chapel, THIS
MORNING, 13th Instant, at 9 relock. Jnly-13*
* BURS_Died at the residence of her pon-ln-law.
In St. Jolla's berkeley, Mrs. ADELAIDE BCRK.
wife of captain Jbenry Barn, in the 70tb year of
jzarTHE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
acqnalntances of the respective families are re?
spectfully invited to attend her Fanerai Services,
at No. 81 Cannon street, at 7 o'clock, THIS MORN?
ING, without farther invitation. Julyl3-*
THE RELATIVES, FRIENDS AND
Acquaintances of JOHN D. BROWNE, and of his
family, also the Congregation of tho Unitarian
church, are respectfully invited to attend his
Funeral Services at the Unitarian Church, THIS
AFTEBNOiN, at 6 o'clock. Julyl8-*
Uelig ona Notices.
~^ar~SPRING STR? E T ? HUBATEL^-SE R
V10ES ia this Charch TO-MORROW, as nsual.
Preaching by the Pastor, Rev. Dr. J. T. WIGHT?
MAN-ia the morning, ar, half-past io o'clock, and
In the evening at s o'clock. Sabbath-School In
the afternoon at 4 o'clock. JulyiS
CITADEL SQUARE BAPTI?T
CHURCH.-Preaching In this Church by toe Rev.
Or. WfNELkR, TO-MORROW, at half-past io A. M.
Noservloe In the afternoon. '. July 13
?S- FIBST PP1E8BYTEBIAN CHURCH
There will be no service li this Church To-MOB
R iw, Rev. JOHN FORBEST, D. D., having to
officiate at the Dedication Services of the Sulli?
van's Island Church. Jul? 13
p?* SULLIVAN'S ISLAND PRESBYTE
R f AN OBUKOH.-There will be Divine Service in
this Church To MORROW, at ll o'clock A. M., and
at half-past 4 o'clock P. M. The Services will be
conducted by the Rev. JOHN FORREST; D. D.
All denominations are cor/lally Invited to unite.
J uly 13
pS^THE MARINERS' "CHURCH WILL
be ( pen for Divine Service every SABBATH MORN?
ING, at half-past io o'clock, corner or Charch and
Water streets, Rev. W. B. TATES, officiating. .
Ornas at IDholes'ale.
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
THEY ARE "ENTIRELY VEGETABLE.
They contain no arsenic or poisonous ingre?
dients of anv Und-nothing lathe least decree
Inluc lons to the system ander nay circumstances
-and may be administered wita perfect safety
to an Infant. ?
They never fall to care the most obstinate case
when taken as directed.
They cure imme lately. In no case will the pa
tient bave more than one, chill after the first duse,
and in the majority of eas s not even tnac.
They accomplish tue work by destroying the
cause of ul -.ease, which no other remedy pretends
They are an effectual preventive, neutralizing
the malarious pols m In the system, and taus
averttog Ita consequences.
PHYSICIANS USE THEM IN THEIR PRACTICE
lt ls almost universally the case that physicians
condemn what are generally known aa "Patent
Medicines.? MOISE'S FEVEtt AND AGUE PILLS,
though under cms head, the composition ls Known
to many, and s 1 pa pablo are their vajuibie cura?
tive properties that a number ot tRPBrst physi?
cians in the South and Weat have adopted them
lu their practice, and recommend them to their
patients as the most reliable Fever and Ague
NO ONE NEED SUFFER,
be they ever so mu ci exposed to Fever and Ague,
if they will only take
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS.
To mos . who have contracted Kever and Ague,
Instead or nslmr Quinine, Arsenic, and other power?
ful remedies, they will find not only Immediate
relief, bat a posit vo cure in
MOI9E'S FEVER ANO AGUE PILL9,
which ls au old reliable article prepared from the
private formula or "ne of the most experienced
pbysloisns in the Fever and A-gue districts, who
alter many year-? of successful practice has made
lt known to the pr pr le tor. This article has been
used In casen where every remedy has failed be?
fore, and performed the most astonishing cures;
being a vegetable compound, it removes the
cause of the disease at once, and does not fur?
nish, as many articles do, only temporary relief.
THE WARLIKE TROUBLE BREWING
in Europe concerns ns less. Individually,
than the intestine com motions to which each one
or us ls luble at this season or the year, fortu?
nately an disturbances or the stomach, the-bowels
and the liver, engendered by hot weather, sudden
changes of temperature, or nu wholesome Atmos?
pheric conditions are speedily relieved by a dose
or two of
Tarrant'? Effervescent Seltzer Aperient,
which ls neotar to the thirsty palate, and at the
same time the finest or al' cathartics, a healthrul
lnvlgorant aud stomaohlo, and li valuable as a
means of preventing lever and congestion. The
genuine article may be had of all druggists.
Cigars ano tobacco.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL MANUFACTURING
CIGAR AND TOBACCO HOUSE
No. 310 KING STREET,
THREE DOORS SOUTH OF SOCIETY STREET.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO of all kinds.
PIPES of every quality.
call and examine Stock before buying else?
WILLI A rn SCHRODER, Proprietor.
N.B.-The Wheel of. Fortune constant jr on
band. Invest 26 cents and try your luck.
PHU ADE LPHIA IBON STEAM
LIKE. a .
THE FIRST-GLASS IBON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on tue Line, insuring & flrst
class sea connection tie tween Philadelphia and
Obarleeton, and in alliance with Railroad -Com?
panies at both termini, arro fd rapid tran sporta?OQ
to and from all points in the Conon States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Lo ola, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
tres. ......i _
tar The GULF STREAM IS appointed to Ball
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 10th Joly, at 6
o'clock P. M. '. ?*
tarra* VIRGINIA.WUI follow. .
For particulars or freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wita IT os.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., Oeneral Agents, Na tl
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia? .
JnlvlS_? ; /
ON WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, ?T - ?
O'CLOCK ?. M. 1 , ,
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED IMO.
' ? . yr"*
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK. .
Tat Splendid New iron side wheel BteamiMp
SOUTH CAROLINA. Beckett, Commander: will
sall for New York on WKONXSDAT, July nth, at 2
o'clock'P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Un iqn Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities aa usuel, tr
Insurance b? Steamers ofthls Line M par cent.
Fer Freight or Passage. Engagementv having
very one Deck Stateroom accommod.itiona, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER ft CO? No 26 Broadiwe**,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharrea.
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship J AMES AD
GRR, T. J. Lockwood, Commander.willaalL from
Adger'a South Wharf for the above port On.SAT?
URDAY. July ist h. atli o'clock: A. M.
aarTbe J AMES AUDER ls handnomely and com?
fortably fitted op ?for passengers, and offen
superior Inducements to travellers going North,
tar Through BUls of Lading given oh vOtton to
LlverpooW Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land m inufactnrlng towna . '. . '><:
For Freight or Passage Engagements, apply to
Joly8-6 JAMES ADOER ft CO.. Agents.
jp O E BAL T IMO B B.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
. BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIFS OP .THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL ANO BREMEN. v-.ra*
The Fine Steamship FALCON, Hay nie, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
18th julv, at e o'clock P. M.
tar Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by. railroad from Baltimore wlthont addi?
uonal Insurance, and Consign?es are allowed
ample time to s imple and self their Gooda from
the Railroad Depot tn Poli&rielphin. .
For Freight or Passage ap riv to
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent,
]oly9-o ? . vp. a Union Wharves.
JJ ACOTO MAIL STEAMSHIP' C0MF78
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. ,
Steamers ot the above une leave Pler^??Ssk
No. 43, North River, foot of Canal SUgE
street, New York, at 13 o'clock noon, or the lota
and 80th of every monta except- when these
dates fall on su n day, then the saturday preceding.
? All departures connect at Panama with * learn?
ers for south Pacific and Central American ports.
Departo re of 16th touches at Kingston,' Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave Sah Fran?
cisco first of every month, except wben lt falla oil
?unday; then on the day preceding. ' ' J
No California steameis touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to AsplnwalL ' :
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket? or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the Wharf
foot of canal street, North River, New York.
Julvas-lyr_ F. R. HABT, gjfc
j^OR LI VEE POOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THF UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their nrat-ciass, mil power
[ronSorew Steamships from j
PIER No. 48 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
. Steerage Passage (Onice No. so Broadway) ,$80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to 1 -
WILLIAMS ft GUION, -:
No. es Wau street, S. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued
iy the Charleston and New York steamers, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freurht apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO., -
WAGNER, HCGEB 4 00.,
mavfl Or WM. A. COURTENAY._
OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
TEE RIVER. '';
The steamer MARION, Captain W.
F. Adair, la now receiving Freight._
at Accommodation Wharf, and wiu leave va
TUESDAY MORNING, the 16th lust.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply to the Captain, on
board,or to - ,
RAVEN EL. HOLMES ft CO.,
jnlyia-a_ No. 177 East Bay.
SDoors, SastjgQ ano Cliti?*
Manufacturer and Dealer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWKLS, BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOM 8,
No. 20 Kayne street,
FACTORY, HO RLB EC K'S WHA^B F