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.li EE TIS'G S TB2S DAY.
Board of Examiners of Charleston County,
at ia A. M. _
AJJ.CUON SADES THIS DAT.
William McKay will sell at 7 o'clock P. M.
at bia store, plated ware, cutlery, 4c.
'" THERMOMETRIC AL.
The folio WIDE was the range of the ther?
mometer yesterday, April 4tb, at the drug
oto re' ol Hr. Joseph Blackman, on the south
Bidrof Broad street : 8 A. M., 63; 10 A. M.,
68; 12 M., 73; 2 P. M., 75; 4 P. M., 74; 6 P. M.
71;8-P. M.; 68. _
Ia ocr advertising columns this morning
wu? be found the foll programme of the Qer
mar>BooaU??fe9t which will be given daring
? the week, commencing on Monday the 21st
Instant. The programme ls very full and at
- tractive, and includes one novelty-the Punch
and Judy exhibition-which promues a large
rn?tf of amusement to all the visitors. Full
iriormatloo In regard to tre places lor obtain- J
lug tickets, the regulations for the festival,
4c'., Will be found in tbe advertisement.
A DOST CHILD.
Mrs. Sarah Turner, of Columbia, writes to
Trna Naws lu great distress at the loss ol her
lop. Samuel Turner, a white boy thirteen
years of age, who bas been missing from bis
home for tbe pas : six weeks, and who, as she
bai been informed, has come to Charleston,
and Is now working lor a gentleman on King
street He ls rather short and stout for his |
years, and bas been employed In selling news?
paper! In Colombia. His mother ls ILL, and ls
greatly troubled by her son's continued ab?
sence, and any one who may know of the
Doy's whereabout! would confer a great favor |
bj scuding him back to bis home,
.-.rini. . - ? ?
THE FLORAL FESTIVAL.
'.Tbe executive committee of the Agricultural
Association met last evening at HolmesV
Book House to receive the report of the com
mltiea of ai rangements for tbe coming floral
exhibition to De given under the auspices of j
tbe society. Upon thia report, willoh waa
unanimously adopted, lt was decided to
hold the fair on Tuesday, Wednesday end
Thursday, April 29tb, 30tb and May 1st, on
the campus of the College of Charleston. The
. post band will be engaged for the festivities,
and tbe grounds brilliantly Illuminated with
Chinese abd other lanterns, and also by a
large number of gas jets. Premium lists may
be obtained from the committee of arrange?
ments, which consist of the following named
gentlemen: Dr. A. B. Bose, chairman, and
Messrs. S. L. Boche, A. Barron Holmes, C. A.
Chlaolm and 8. P. Bavenel.
RVRQLART AND GRAND LARCENY.
i Tbe. barroom of Mr. John Hanlon, at the
comer of Bute and Queen streets, was en?
tered on Thursday night and robbed of a gold
j watch and chute valued at one hundred dol?
lars, a gold pencil case valued at ten dollars,
and sixty-five dollars in greenback!. Entrance
waa elected through the door, which was
opened by a pair of nippen, by which
the.koy, that bad been carelessly left In
; tbe look on the Inside' of the door, was
. seized and turned. A whits mar named
Oampbellton Matheson, who bad jean fre?
quently seen in the vicinity during tbe night
by a policeman, was arrested on suspiolon and i
carried bef?te Trial J UBI lee Levy. A search I
of bis person brought to light tbe missing
pencil case and a torn five dollar bill, which
Mr. Hanlon was able to identify. Matheson I
was committed to jail for trial before tbe In-1
ieriox Court on a charge of burglary and grand j
larceny._ jj g \
... LOCAL LACONICS. I
? : U i :. . ?. f; 6iyjUu. . I
-The Mi eh aw Zouaves had aa undress drill
ti iii ll tars Hall lost evening.
-The new wooden pavement bas been
nearly completed on King street,,_? between I
Wentworth and ;aas?i.- i
-Ttie steamship Ashland, Captain Hunter1
of tbe Glyde line, sails et noon to-day for
-The German Hussar Tilting Club had al
parade and Ult in the suburbs, yesterday
afternoon.. r+iC '
-The Hon. B. B. Cox, the representative in j
the last Congres" of the Sixth District or New
York, ia ipending a few days in the city on 11
bia way North.
- -?Two ne wane, handsome flags have been
received from Washington for the Poitofflce I
and Customhouse, respectively, and were fly- j
lng over the Postoffloe building yesterday.
-Dr. B. A. Bosemon, tbe new postmaster
of Charleston, bas executed hts official bond j
for 176,000, and forwarded it to the Postofflce j
Department at Washington for approval.
-Tho Bural CaroUnlan for AprU has come I
. to band well mi 3d aa usual with attractive,
valuable and rueful article! upon subjects I
I connected with tbe farm, garden and house- J
-It ii said that it single-mile dash baa been
arranged to take place at the Washington
Bace Course, on tba 21st Instant between two I
\ promising colt! named respectively Jonoe
Hooper, Jr., and Lady Alice. The stake will be
five hundred dollars, one-half of which bas
been put up aa a forfeit
-Captain Norton, the Inspector of the I
lighthouse board at this station, has been or-11
" dared to Ban Francisco as a member of a
naval court-martial for the trial of Paymaster I j
Bogart After the trial, he will return to this j ?
city and resume the position which he now j,
filia so acceptably.
-Last Thursday evening, while a party of
young gentlemen were playing bolt near the I
: west end of Broad street some colored roughs
appeared and endeavored te raise a disturb?
ance, in doing which one of the lads was
struck by t, colored man with, a brickbat and
-Trial Justice Levy Is about to desert bis 1 '
old office fer a more spacious and comforable I
tani situated on the south side of Broad I ;
?Met, about midway between Slug and Meet-1 :
lng. irhe new office ls now Atting up. It will I'
have a front apartment lor the trial of oases, j '
and an innor apartment for the private medl-1 1
tationi ot laeJuBtlce.
-Professor Cromwell will commence an-1
otter brief season of his elegant art enter- 1
talnmenta at the Academy ot Music, next '
Thursday evening, A special feature of this 1
serlea of entertainments, which wm continue
through Easter week, will be the exhibition :
of the splendid collection of statuary views i
taken in Italy an* the art galleries in other
parn ol tte old world. ?
-Captain Hamlin, the ikilful and genial
commander o? tho United States revenue cut?
ter Bacer.Tiai been ordered North to take '
tte command of a larger vessel, and to be i
succeeded by Captain Warner, of the revenue ;
lervlce, who ls now stationed at one of the I !
Connecticut porto. Lieutenant Travers, of
the aame vessel, ls about to be relieved at bis \
own request for tte purpose of making a visit i
t? Baltimore. I.
Holy WeellC in St. Patrick's Church.
Tbe office of Teuebrse will begin at 7 P. H.
on Wednesday, Thoreday and Friday. Each
evening a sermon will be preached by the pas?
tor on tbe following subjects, viz: On Wednes?
day evening, Jesus Christ, the High Priest ot
the New Covenant ; on Thursday, Jesus Christ
really present In the Blessed Sacrament; on
Friday, the Passion of Jesus Christ the sacri?
fice of atonement lor the etna of the world.
On Holy Thursday, at 8 A. M., High Mass,
followed by the procession, In which tbe
blessed sacrament ls carried around the aisles
of the church to the repository, previously
prepared for Its reception. On Good Friday
the mass of the presaootlfled begins at 9
o'clock; in the afternoon, at 3 o'clock, there
will be the devotion of the Btatlons, or the
holy way of tbe cross. On Holy Saturday
the services will begin at 8 o'clock. On Easter
Sunday the usual masses will be said at 7, 9
and 10.30 o'c.ock, and Vespers will be at 7
The Churches To-Morrow.
Al St. Stephen's Churcb, Anson street, the
morning service will commence at the usual
hour, 10.30. There will be no afternoon ser?
vice; but In the evening, night service will
take place at 7.45.
In the Plymouth Congregational Churcb,
Pitt street, services will be conducted at 4 and
3 o'clock, P. M., by the pastor.
The Union Prayer meeting at Zion Church,
Glebe street, will be conducted at 4.30 P. M.,
by Bev. G. R. Bracket!.
In the Orphans' Chapel,divine service will
be conducted at 4 P. M. by the Bev. J h.
Girardeau, D. D.
At the Citadel Square Baptist Church servi?
ces will be conducted at 10.30 A. M. and at 8
P. M. by Bev. J. A. Chambliss.
In tbe Unitarian Cburoh services will be
held at 10.30 A. M., Bev. James Boyd offici?
The Et. Bev. Bishop Lynch will deliver a
lecture to-morrow evening at half-past 7
o'clock In St. Patrick's Church on "Bismarck
and the Churcb." Tickets of admission fifty
cents; can be had at the church door.
A CALEDONIAN FESTIVAL.
Programme for the Annual Picnic of |
the Burna Charitahle Association.
The annual spring picnic of the Burns Char?
itable Association ls announced to take place
at Mount Pleasant, on tbe 29th Instant. It will
Include the usual exhibition of skill and
strength In tho athletic sports of Scotland,' |
agreeably varied by dancing, which will be
commenced on the arrival at the grounds and
continued throughout the day, except during
the time allowed lor games.
Quoits will be considered a side game, and
rinks will be formed to suit competitors.
At one o'clock P. M., the games will be com?
menced as follows: 1. Throwing the heavy
hammer; 2. Putting the stone; 3. Bunning
Jutnp;4. Standing leap; 6. Hop, step and Jump; J
6. Throwing the light hammer; 7. Throwing
the light hammer tor ladles; 8. Walking
match; 9. Bace three hundred yards; 10.
Three legged race; ll. Sack race over hurdles.
12. Wheelbarrow race.
THE COLUMBIA COTTON CLAIMS.
The testimony tor tbe claimants against the
United States lor damages on Recount of loss?
es Incnrred In the destruction of Columbia In
1866, has now been* presented before the
mixed commission appointed for that pur
pose, and the witnesses for the defendant, the
United States, have also been examined. The
claimants, wbo are represented by George R.
Walker, Esq., ot the firm of Messrs. Walker ?
Bacot, have now tbe opportunity ot present?
ing testimony in rebuttal of that produced by
the United States, and a sitting will be held In
the Charleston Library Building, In this olty,
on Thursday next, the 10th Instant, for tbe
purpose of taking this test i mo ny. Another
session will be held at Columbia on the 15tb
Instant, another at Baltimore on tbe 23d In?
stant, and another at Savannah on the 1st
A MILD MURDER CASE
One of those curious cases which occasion?
ally turn np belore magistrates and in the
courts, presented ltsell at the office of Trial j
Justice Levy yesterday. A colored woman,
named Beady Simons, made an affidavit for J
the arrest of her husband, Joe Simons, on a
charge of attempting to murder their four
children. The curious part of the case is tbe
manner In which the attempt to murder was
alleged to bave been made. The woman
stated that her husband and herself had
been married for many years, during
which time they bad been blessed with
sigh; children, loor or whom wer? still living,
tbe youngest being a boy nine years old. The
husband bas of late become Indifferent to the
affections of his wile and the necessities of his
children, and has relnsed to oontrlbiite any?
thing to their support, and so the wife prays
that he may he arrested and tried on the
charge of attempting to mnrder, in the man?
ner above set forth. A warrant was Issued
for the arrest of the recreant Joseph, and he
will have a hearing to-day.
HOTEL ARRIVAI S -APRIL 4.
H B Banting, Philadelphia; W H Young and
lady, San Fradciaoo; 0 K Dllkes, T P Wallton,
Philadelphia; H & Johnson, J Mccord, Columbia'
H O Bannemacher, Pennsylvania; W B Clark and
lady, A Looker, Hartford; J M Stephenson and
lady, Michigan; Urs A A Carpenter, Chicago; j H
Baldwin, Massachusetts; T M Knowles, Wilming?
ton; J B Backer, Albany; J B PI cse t and lady,
Boston; Miss Rollins New Hampshire; a M Ogden
md lady, New York; W o Snell, Boston; s To wie,
New York; E P Ontter, Chicago ; J Purcell, Brook?
lyn; AL Farrington, A Smith, J O Woodruff, T J
Latham, E L Paddock and lady, p Herzog, New
York; M McLeod, Detroit; J Mackay, Miss H M
Jordon, Montreal; J M Coburn, Jr, and lady, New
York; W Euantli and lady, Master 3 nanci 1, H
Heed and lady, Chicago; J S Wood, lady and maid,
the Misers Polhemas, Miss M B Van Wyck, Miss
J F Wood, S S Wood, F Hunt, Miss M Hnnt and
maid, Brooklyn; Miss A Foster, Hartford; s Vail,
Q Q Harens, Mrs O L Wildley and maid, J H Led
Ile and lady, New York; E K Harris, Mrs LA
Harris, D Stetson and lady, Miss A A Hood, Boa
con; R 0 Mitchel; and lady, A M Mitchell, F Mar?
tin, New Tork; J H Madden. Columbia ; A Dally,
Providence; J D M urges, Augusta.
J L Grumpier, San tee; J F Early, Darlington; W
Wilson, Beaufort; T H Cooke, Greenville; j J de
3ran Atlanta; B McCarty, New York; W N Cause,
Leesville; M. s eh cm lia. Oreen Pond; s J Marden,
--; W 3 McKcenan, Marlon; O B Collins, New
fork- C O Merriman, Locust Grove, N Y; J Bates,
Saltlmore; J H Howard, ocala, Fia; j Lee, Mem?
phis; Cal Wagner, J L Wagner, J H Haverly, E
aaveriy, J Booker, E M Hall, O Heywood, Jean | <
Daulfleld, Harry Booker, Jr, Ben Brown, Charlie
Welling, j w Freeth, Albert Welling, WUUam
freiling, william Barbour, cal Wagner's Troop;
aeorge Barbour, J H Moreau, Henry Miller, Geo
Bouok. J A shafer, Messrs Harry Clapham and D
3 Hodges, agents, cal Wagner's Troupe; S Frank <
tad lady, st Louis; s M Sanders, Halifax; N B |
Jlarkson, P s BsawelL Geonretown; the MlsstB
Leonard, Lanshi ibnrg; J T Walker, Peter Wal?
ter, Chester; J Bell, M Bell, Virginia; Mrs Dr G D
Jhase, MUledgeville; JB Bragdon, Marlon; Thos
i Latham. New York.
THE MORRIS-STREET PUBLIC SCHOOL.
Annual Exercises and Award of Prices
A Creditable Exhibition.
The cloalug exercises of ibis lnstitulion for
the education of the colored yoma took place
oo Thursday forenoon. Tbe ball was crowded
with the lrlends and relatives of tbe pupils.
Appropriate addresses were delivered by Mr.
A. L. Tobias, tba attending commissioner,
and Mr. J. D. Geddings, a veteran teacher.
Tbe following is the list of prizes awarded:
Principal, A. Doty, Jr.; vice-principal, J. B.
Haskell-oue hundred and fifty-five pupils.
First CIUSB-Teacher, J. B. Haskell-tweuty
one pupils. Premiums, James Wbite, Made?
line Connor, Bosalle Jones. Teacher's prize
for cunduct, Margaret Conyers. Honorable
mention, Margaret Williams, Louis Ariuon.
Distinguished for good conduot. attention to
studies and proficiency, Alfred Caboule, Mar?
garet Conyers. " . "
Second Class-Teacher, Mrs. S. J. Robinson
-thirty-three pupils. 1st premium, Bon
Robinson; 2d premium, Peter Gibbes. Hon?
orable mention, Edward Sanders, Catherine
Conyers. Distinguished for good conduct,
attention to studies, and proficiency, Kills
Green, Gracia Lord. ? . ?
Third Class-Teacher, Miss Josie M. O'Neill
-twenty-nine pupils, lat premium, Henry
Nesbit; 2d premium, Sarah Smith. Honorable
mention, Charles Smith, Sabina Lockwood.
Distinguished tor good conduct,' attention to
studies, and proficiency, Ida Parker, Harriet
Fourth Class-Teacher, Miss Jane D. Wright
-forty pupils, lstpremlum, Georgiana Wea
cou; 2d premium, William Edwards. Honor?
able menilon, isaiah Beed, Catherine Perry.
Distinguished fer good conduct, attention to
studies, and proficiency, Benjamin Morrison,
FUth Class-Teacher, Mles Julia L. Mous
seau-Thirty-two pupils. 1st premium. Eco?
rna J. Pritchard; 2d premium. Benjamin Pinck
ney. Honorable mention. Edward Washing?
ton. Jane Keeley. Distinguished for gocd
conduct, attention to studies and proficiency,
Rosanna Kelley, Taomas Brown.
Grammar Department-Prize for perfect ]
conduct, Boss RobluBun.
Principal, Mrs. Elvira L. Oxlalde; vice-prin?
cipal. Mrs. Amelia Parker-Two hundred and
First Class-Teacher, Mrs. Amelia Parker
Thirty-five pupils. 1st premium, Nathaniel
dinkier; 2d premium, Marla Smart. Honora?
ble meutlon, Bosa Green, Moses Brown. Dis?
tinguished for good conduct, attention to
studies and proficiency, Helen Rivers, Thomas
Second Class-Teacher, Mrs. M. M. Clarke
Tbiriy-nine pupils. 1st premium, Lydia
McCall; 2d premium, Adrienne Anson. Hon?
orable mention, Cuarles Robinson, Harriet
Miller. Distinguish?d fur good conuuet, at
Uun to studies und t roflciency, Harriet Smith,
Tnird Class-Teacher, Mrs. Julia 8. Brails
ford-Forty-seven pupils, let premium,
Celestine Colchester; second premium, Estelle
Johnson. Honorable mention, Isabella Perry,
Tnomas Williams. Distinguished for good
conduct, attention to studlea and proficiency,
Ellz. Connor, Margaret Prloleau.
Fourth Class-Teacher, Miss Mary P. Jef?
fords-Fifty-six pupils. 1st premium, Mary
ABb; 2d premium, Louise Elliott; 3d premium,
James Barrow. Honorable mention, Francie
Fitch, Cecilla Cardoza, John Singleton. Dis- j
unguished for good conduct, attention to stu?
dies and proficiency, Elizabeth Large, Marga?
ret Plnckney, Ann Mucneli.
Fifth ClaSa-teacher, Miss Elizabeth McKen?
zie- Sixty-three yupiis. 1st premium. Rosa
almonds; second premium, Bettie Pierce; 3d
premium, Harrison De wees. Honorable men?
tion. Rebecca Jackson, Sophia Middleton, Mo?
ses Brown. Distinguished for good conduct,
attention to studies and proficiency, Cecilla
Patterson, Charles Simpkin, Mary Allen.
PRIM ART DEPARTMENT.
Principal, Miss Sarah A. Weldon; vice-prin?
cipal, Mles Virginia Webb-six hundred and
forty-two pupils. .
First Class-Teacher, Miss Virginia Webb
Sixty-six pupils. 1st premium, Mary Green;
2d premium, Fanny Hall; 3d premium, Solo?
mon Moultrie. Honorable mention, William
Suares, Hilda Grant, Dora Slater. Dlslluguieh
ed for good conduct, attention to studies and
protlcltinoy, Harriet Rivera, Abram Smith,
Mary Elizabeth Brown.
Second Ciasi- Teacher, Miss 8. E. Blngley
Seveniy-seten pupils. 1st premium, Daniel
Blley; 2d premium, Cecilia St. Clair; 3d pre?
mium, Kebeoca Bell. Honorable mention,
Susan Dart. Mary Mitchell, E i ward Robinson.
Distinguished for good conduct, attention to
studies and proficiency, Henry Holman, Rob?
ert Morris, Augustus Brown.
Third Class-Teacher, Miss M. E. Roberts
Sixty-five pupils. 1st premium, Anna Gail
lard; 2d premium. Florella Tucker; 3d pre?
mium- Margaret Robinson. Honorable men?
tion, ,'aue Simpson, Sarah Green, Laura Sav?
age. Distinguished for good conduct, atten?
tion to studies and proficiency, Clinton Robin?
son, Geo. Boblnsoo, Lydia Lee.
Fourth Class-Teacher, Miss Ida Ham
Sixty-five pupils. 1st premium, Henrietta
Dart; 2d premium, Geraldine Palmer; 3J pre?
mium, Frank Adams. Honorable mention,
Eliza Wilson, Daniel Hymes, Catharine Alston.
Distinguished lor good conduct, attention to
studies and proficiency, Josephine Mitchell,
Edward Elliott, Henrietta Miller.
Fifth Class-1 escher, Miss Helena Mclndoe -
Sixty-six pupils. 1st premium, Thaddeus
Snead; 2d premium, Emma Seabrook; 3d pre?
mium, William Johnson. Honorable mention,
Cornelius Parker, Emma Ward, William Wes
cott. Distinguished for good conduct, atten?
tion to studies and proficiency, Henry Frazer,
Bell Chichester, Sarah Miller.
Sixth Class-Teacher, Misa -Sixty-six
pupils. 1st premium, Nancy Laurens; 2d pre?
mium, Daphney Clinton; 3d premium, ida j
Hope. Honorable mention, Lottie Dozier,
John Edwards, William Holmes. Distinguish?
ed for good conduct, attention to studies and
proficiency, Josephine Spann, Phillis Noble,
Seventh Class-Teacher, Miss Kate A. Lu?
cas-Fifty-eight pupils. 1st premium, Rebec?
ca Laurens; 2d premium, Sally Rodgers; 3d
premium, william Laurens. Honorable men?
tion, Samuel Barron, Thomas Murray, Alice
Smith. Distinguished for good conduct, at?
tention to studies and proficiency, Mary Macl?
ean lt, Julia Capers, Eugenia Toomer.
Eighth Class-Teacher, Miss Mary Flynn- J
Seventy-five pupils. 1st premium, Eddy Mi?
chell; 2d premium, Maryjane Talbert; 3d pre?
mium, Alfred Loyd. Honorable mention,
Henry Holmes, Charlotte Cono way, Francis
Fraser. Distinguished for good conduct, at
tentlon to studies and proficiency, Eugenia
Cole Storrence, Henry Williams, Daniel Uuest,
Ninth Class-Teacher, Miss S. A. Small?
wood-One hundred and four pupils. 1st pre?
mium, Bachel Ann Pierce; 2d premium.
Joseph Smith; 3d premium. Harry Aiken.
Honorable mention, Jepse Middleton, Mary
Calaway, Ella Hall. Distinguished for good
conduct, attention to studies and proficiency, 11
Mary Smith, Ned Walker, Hagar Robertson.
The exhibition was of a very creditable
character. The pupils in attendance nura- | j
bered 1037, and are ot both sexes.
LITE OAK SOCIAL CLUB.
At the anniversary meeting of the Live Oak
Social Club, the following officers were elected
to Berve for the ensuing year: E. W. Gradick,
president; F. B. Salvo, vice-president; V.
Donahoe, secretary; L. H. Dadln, treasurer.
Committee on Finance-E. W. Gradick, W. J.
McCaffer, J. C. Koennecke. Committee on
Letters-G. Worrell, J. Seel, I. Dixon.
A PINE ASSORTMENT of Children's Straw
Hats at Plenge'B, No. 201 King street, below
FOR ? STYLISH and elegant Sprlag Hat, at a
reasonable price, go to Plenge's, No. 201 King
WM. MCKAY IS closing out stock of fine
Plated Ware and Cutlery at private Bale, this
lay, as the owner is leaving to-night. The
joods will be sold at auction prices. Call and
ALL THE new styles of Parasols, also an ex
:ellent assortment of light colored Kid
31oves, Just unpacked. A full supply of Wln
iow Shades, also Lase Curtains, at Furch
iott, Benedict & Co.'s, No. 276 King street.
THERE IS no excuse for poor Biscuits, Rolls, I !
Bread, Griddle Cakep, Muffins, Waffles, <fcc, '
tvhen Dooley'?; Yeast Powder is used. Gro?
an sell lt. apr3-thslu3
fila rr ico.
GANTT-MOCR?ET.-At Anderion, March 27,
>y nev. E. p. Hyde, Mr. B. F. GANTT and Mina
Selig 10ag JSot\x??9.
?O* UNITARIAN CR^C^-DVT?S?
Service will be held In this Church TO MORROW
M ORNING, at half-past io o'clock, toe Rev. JAMES
B >YO officiating. All strangers are cordially In?
vited to attend. aprs
ft** ZION PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH,
Gl LEBE STREET.-Divine Service will be held in
this Cbnrch (D. V. ) TO-MOBROW MORNING, at half
past io, and at M?HT, at 8 o'clock. Preaching by
the Pastor, Rev. J. L. GIBARDEAU, D. D. ap&*
THE MARINERS' CHURCH WILL
btu pen for Divine Service every SABBATH MOBK
IMO, at hair-past io o'clock, corner of Obnrch and
Water streets, Rev. W. B. YATES, officiating.
Receipts per Railroad April 4.
sorra CAROLINA RAILROAD.
571 bales cotton, 71 bales goods, ?oo bbls floor,
2 cars stoce. To Railroad Agent, Cumpsen A co,
E Willis, w M Bird A co, ft M Butler A Son, u
Fun in A Son. Brewer A Kohnke, Wagener, Mon
sees * co. Quackeabuah, EstUl A co. U O'Neill,
Steffens, Werner A Docker. D H Sllcox. J cant
well, P Macqueen, P U Trenholm, JOH Claussen,
H Bischoff A co, Street Bros A co, W u Cenrtney
A co, Bolimann Bros, W B Smith A co, Wtss A co,
A B Mulligan, Sloan A Slegn.ous, R 0 aharp. A
J Salinas, T H smith, W P uowllog, W W smith.
W B williams A Son, Shackelford A Kelly, Prin?
tie A soo, Pelzer, Rodgers A co.
44 bales cotton, 139 bbls rosin, ia bbls spirits
turpentine, 2?0 bushels runga rice, cara lumber,
mdse, AC 'Jo Wm Johnson. 0 M, H BA co. W S
Whilden A Joaei, E Welling, N ER R Agent, P
Walsh, J F O'Neill, W K Ryan. J Meyer, SAO
Railroad Agent, H Cooper, Bardin. Panter A co,
s o RR Agent, Martin A Mood. J M Fredsberg,
J E Adger A co, S R Marshall A co, W K Ryan,
Wagoner, Mousees A co, Adams, Damon a co, E
H Frost A co, T P Smith, Kinsman A Howell, W
o Dake? i co, W c Bee A co, Howard a Bro, T T
Chapeau A co. A S Smltb, E Dodiogton, G W Wil?
liams A co, Caldwell A Son, Reeder A Davis,
J cosgrove, Bart A co, M Triest, w F Wietels,
u Lleoenrood, G E Gibbes, D Talmadges' sons,
Per steamship Charleston, from New York-W
Smith, Jno Thacher and wife, A L Fannlogton, ?
O Woodruff. H Beidy, W G schnell, J B Pickett
and wife, S Towlea l ev Jno Purcell, Mrs S T
Jennings, G M Ogden and wife, E P cutler.
Per steamer Km nie, from Georgetown-Mrs
E A u en nmg, Kev J J Hartley and wife A Mor?
gan, J Gnsquie, J K Blackman, J A Atkinson, A
Lucas. P E braswell, J Bell, F Bell, N B UlarKsoo,
and 7 on deck.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.APRIL 5, 1873.
Lat32deg46min33 sec. I Lon 79deg67 min 27 sec
Steamship Charleston, Adkins, New York-left
1st Inst. Mdse. To Jas Adsrer A co, J S Adger A
co, J Appie. D A Am me, C D A tuena, B Boyd, T
M Bristoll A CO, GA Bowman, Sgt, E T Bro wu, C
Bart A co H Bischoff A CO. a Baies A co Mrs M
L Buckley, U J Uenoo, Chase A Cuttlao, Jno
Cam.mtl., Jno Campsen A co, ? G Cnisolm, W H
du fee A co, Crane, Bo>lston A co, L Ouhea A
co, J C H Claussen, Cohen A Wells. Cameron,
Barkley A co, nowie. Moise A Davis, W Douglass.
J T hrwin, E.LE Bros, D F Fleming A co. H
Fehrenbach, A D Fleming, Mrs M Finley, I L
Falk A co, Jno S Fairly A cu, W C A R J F r
sythe, Fm chg tr, Benedict A co, Fogartle'a Book
atore, U L Gamble, w A Gib on, H uerdta A co,
C 8 Gadsden, 0 U Gllduen, N A Bunt, J B Hall
A co, A llammerschmidt, T M Horsey il Bro, Jno
Belan, Bart A co, Holmes, earner A co, F
Uo.mes, A Ult g. Jeffutus A co, Johnston, ere * s
i co, t ? Jackson A co, Johnsen A Brown, c L
Kornahreus, Klinok, Wicxenuerg & co, Kinsman
Bron, Kinsman a Howell, Knooeloch A small,
K'esstl A Brandes, Monsieur Lefdrre, E Lafitte,
Lauroy, Alexander A co, H Lolling, P Loi z, C
murs a co. Jno G Mllnor A co, E W Marshall A
co, Wm McKay, Mclnnis A co, wm Mattolessen,
S R Mat shan A co, Martin A Mood, M Mai ks, W
Marscher, Mauiuue A cu. Melchers A Muller, E C
Metz, McLoy A Klee, P Macqueen, Nactimaa A co,
orphan asylum, W M o'connor, P PlakerpohL E
Perry, Paul, Welch A co. C >' PauKuln, Quacken
bush. Emili a co, J Keid, J R Head A cu, B Kellen,
Kavenel A co, Kavenel, Holmes a co. Blecke A
i'eiermaa, so Ex to, J R Solomon, o F achwet
munn, D H .-lieux. G u sohmeizer, W B Smith A
cu. Smith A Vaik, >i K MliiL.au, J Sohota, WA
akrine, Wm t-beplierd leo Eil stoddard A co,
W steele, ?ell * Foster, L schnell, A ilefenthsl,
iledemau, Calder A co, Thomas A Lannean, s
Thompson, Terry A Nolan, K S Taylor, K K Tay?
lor, Mrs a Watts, S U Wilson A Bro. L Weiskopff,
K White, Wageuer, Montees A co, Walker, Evana
A Cogswtl, P Wiuemau A co, and otu. rs.
steamer Emilie, Wnite, Georgetown, S 0. 180
tes noe. 60 bags teed rice, mdse and tundrles.
T) -hucke.fi.rd A Kelly, J K Pringle A Son, W e
Bee A co. t raser A DUI, J E Adger A co, B F
Unger, F F Thurston, sell A Foster, E P Toomor,
o i aul A co, M Goldsmith A son, Cameron, Bark?
ley A cu,'S Emanuel, R Graham A CO, and others.
Received from ..hisoltn's MILL 78 tienes rice.
To oto A Trenholm A Son.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 104 tierces rice.
W C Bec A CO, and Jas R Pringle A SOU.
Sehr Sophia Godfrey, Godfrey, Palladelpbla, via
Jacksonville. Fia-E F aweegan, agt.
sehr Albert L Butler, Butler, North Weymouth
-Alfred J creighton.
Sehr E L Trefeihen, Sterling, Baltimore,
sehr ulara Merrick, uand, a Northern Port.
FROM THIS PORT.
Spanish steamship Jose, Alblzure, at Liverpool,
steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York.
Br bark J B Du Ant, Killam, ot Liverpool,
MARINE NEWS BY TELE3RAPH.
LIVERPOOL. April 4.
Arrived, Royal standard, Naomi, Nile, uubron
lake, from New Orleans; Geneva, J B Duffus,
.'rom Charleston; Bard, from Gal verton.
Tue sehr B J Hazzard, Brewster, for George
own, S C, cleared at New York, April 1.
The sehr Eagle, from Georgetown. S C, for
ftennebunk, Me, ai rived at Yiueyard Hivcn,
EJrnyo at tDlicleaale.
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ALL RETAIL DRUGGISTS IN CHARLESTON.
ALL RETAIL DRUGGISTS IN CHARLESTON.
sLL RBTAIL DRUGGISTS IN CHARLES I ON.
ALL RETAIL DRUGGISTS IN CHARLESTON.
aLL RETAIL DRUGGISTS IN CHARLESTON.
PRICK-35 CENTS PER BOX.
PRICE--ir, CENTS PER BOX.
PRICE-AO CENTS PER BOX.
PRICE-M CENTS PER BOX.
PRICE-3? CENTS PER BOX.
O GUEE, NO PAY
FORREST'S JUNIPER TAR
:o positively warranted to cure Cough, Croup,
?oarseness. Sore Throat, Spitting of Blood, Asth
na. Bronchitis, and Long Diseases, immediate
elief produced. Look out for counterieiw I The
lenuine ls put up by Dr. JAME? MASuN FOR
."icSX A CO.
Sold by G. W. AIM AR, Agent.
Corner King and Vanderborst streets.
And all Druggists, febl4-fmw2mo
?jrugo at Wholesale.
FRECKLES AND TAN,
MOTH AND FRECKLE
IT IS RELIABLE AND
PIMPLES ON THE FACE,
BLACKHEADS AND FLE8HWORM8,
Dre PERRY'S IMPORTED COMEDJNE ANO
PIMPLE REMEDY-the Great Skin Medicine.
Prepared only by Or. B. C. PKRRT, Dermatulo*
?.at. No. 40 Bond street, New Torie. At Whole?
sale by DOWIE, MOISI A DAVIS, and retail by
every Druggist In Charles on and all through
It has been demonstrated, by a series or prac
cal experiments conducted by eminent phpsiclans
and attested t>y thousands or grate int people who
have been relieved from tneir sneerings by 1rs
use. that the GETTYSBURG KATALYSINE
WATER is the nearest approach to a specific ever
discovered for Dyspepsia, Neuralgia, Rheuma?
tism, Guut, Gravel, Diabetes, Kidney and Urinary
Diseases generally, lt restotes muscular power
to the paralytic. >t cures Liver Complaint, Chron?
ic uiarrDcca, Piles, Constipation, Astnma, Ca?
tarrh and Bronchitis, Diseases of the skin, Gen?
eral Debility, and Nervous Prostration from men?
tal and physical excesses, lr. is the great est. an?
tidote ever discovered lor Excessive Eatlogor
Drinking. It corrects the stomach, promotes di?
gestion, and relieves ?he head almost immediate?
ly. No household should be without lr. Every
hotel should keep lt on hand.
?F-For a history of the Springs, for medical re?
ports of the power of the water over disease, for
marvelous coree, and for testimonials frem dis?
tinguished men, send for pamphlets.
' .WHITNEY BROS., General Agents,
No. 217 South Front Street, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Gettysburg spring Company.
Formale by DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
And Druggists generally. reb2&-tuths3mo3*
ot Chronic and Acute Rheumatism, Neuralgia,
Lumbago. Sciatica, Kidney and Nervous Dis?
eases, after years of suffering bv taking Dr.
FiTLEK'S VKUi-TABLB RHEUMATIC SYnUP
the scientific discovery or J. P. Fitter, M. 0.,a
regular graduate physician, with whom we are
personally acquainted. Who has fur 30 years
treated these diseases exclusively with astonish?
ing results. We believe lt our Christian duty,
aiter deliberation, to conscientiously request suf?
ferers to nse lt, eapoclatly persons In mod?rai e
circumstances who cannot alford to waste
money and time on worthless mixtures. As
clergymen we seriously feel the deep respons .
nilli y resting on us In pu hi cly endorsing inls
medicine. But our knowlege and experience of
its remarkable merit mily Justifies onr ac ion:
Rev. c. H. Ewing, Media, Peno., suffered sixteen
tears, became hopeless; Rev. Thomas Murphy,
D. D , Frankford Philadelphia; Rev. J. B. Davis,
Uightstown. New Jersey; Rev J. S. Buchanan,
Clarence, iowa; Rev. G. G. Smith, Plttaford, New
York; Rev. Josrph Beggs. Fall - Onurcb, Philadel?
phia. Other testimonials from Senators, Gover?
nors. Judgos, Congressmen, Physicians. Ao., for
warded gratia with pamphlet exp arning thone
diabases. < mthousand dollars will be present?
ed to any medicine for sa ue diseases showing
equal merit under - est, or that can produce one
fourth as mauy living cures. Any person send?
ing by letter description of affliction will receive
grails a legally signed guarantee, naming the
number of bottles to cure, agreeing to refund
money upon sworn statement or Its failure to
cure. Afflicted invited to write to Dr. Fi ILE il,
Philadelphia. Ul? valuable advice costs nothing.
Du WI E. MI USE A DAVIS,
Sole Wholesale Agents for South Carolin?.
For Baie at Retail by H. BA ER, w. A. SK KINE.
A. W. ECKEL A CC, Dr. G KO. CA ULI ER, G. J,
L?HN, JOS. BLACKMAN, E. H. KELLERS.
A MOST DELIGHTFUL TONIO AND
Composed of the best Liquor and West Indian
Roots and Spices.
Prevents CHILLS and FE VEE,
AND CREATES APPETITE,
And in Warm Latitudes proves and almost
Pleasant to the Taste, exhilarating to the Body,
and a pow- rf ul aid to the Weak and Ner?
vous System, enervated by disease.
These BITTERS are sold at
per dozen, and wh?n packed in barre's of 6 and
j dozen delivered at Depot tree or dray age.
DOWIE, NIOI8E SL DAVIS.
Wholesale Agen is for the Som hern States.
BURNS IN ANY LAMP,
WITHOUT DANGER OF EXPLOSION OR
Recommended by the leading
Scientific Men, the Press,
and hundreds of thou?
sands of families.
THE INSURANCE CO '6 HAVE NEVER PAID
i loss arising from Its nse; while millions of dol?
ara have been saved them on account or Its gen
?ral Introduction. DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston. S. C.
3 rna 3, ? ?emita is, 0t.
jyjEDICINE AND FOOD COMBINED.
VALENTINE'S MEAT JUICE.
TESTIMONY OF CHARLESTON PHYSICIANS.
This valuable preparation, recently discovered,
lias been extensively tested here and throughout
the country during the past summer, and has
folly merited the character claimed for lt.
Each bottle contains the Juice of four pounds Of
the best be. r, exclusive ol' rat.
Mr. Valentine, the pat entee and proprietor of
thia preparation, has in lils possession numerous
testimonials from the best and most experienced
physicians of the land. Among them the follow?
ing are presented to the readers of THE NEWS,
who will need no further assurance of the quality
and efficacy of the article here offered:
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 26,1872.
Dear Slr-some time ago l had the honor to re?
ceive by express specimens of your "Meat Juice"
for trial. I have not thus far acknowledged y oar
kind communication lor the simple reason that I
never certify to things of which I Know nothing.
I have, In thu meantime, tested yonr "Prepara?
tion," full; and cautiously, and the result or my
experience has been, that. In all cases whsre sup-.
pott t3 demanded, whether In the teething child
or the adult worn down by disease, your "Prepa?
ration" has, nnder my observation, proved far
more efficacious than all the farrago of farina?
ceous articles and so-called extracts, which often
do more harm than good.
I um, very respectfully, your obedient servant,
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
Mr. M. S. VALENTINE, Richmond, Va.
CHARLESTON, S. C., September ll, 1872.
MR. M. S. VALENTINE :
Dear Mr-1 have made qnlte an extensive trial
of your "Meat Juice" during the past summer,
particularly in t nose protracted and exhausting
dueises incident to Infancy and childhood, so
familiar to our Southern physicians. The trial
has resulted lu a preference for yonr "Meat
Juice" ab uve all the Extracts which I nave hither?
to need. Solar, it has tully come np to all that
bas been claimed for lt, and if Its preparation ls
conducted with the same case, and the purity of
the materials maintained aa heretofore, I have
no doubt ita nie will oe greatly extended.
Very respectfully your obedient servant,"
F. M. ROBERTSON, M. D.,
Professor of Gynecology and eua leal Obstetrics
in the Medical college of the State of sooth
QUARANTINE PFFICB. )
CHARLESTON, tsovember au, 1872. J
MB. M. S. VALENTINE,:
Dear Slr-Your samples of "Meat Juice" were
received through the politeness of yonr agent,
and used very freely daring the sommer in cho?
lera infantum, low forms or fever and other dis?
eases peculiar to this climate.
Icheerrolly add my testimony to its dietetic
value, and regard your "Meat Preparation" of
great benefit, not only in lnfanil e, bnt also In
adult practice, it ls with pleasure mat l can
recommend Its use to the profession generally
from pa-1 experience and the happy results In my
practice. Very respectrully, Ac.
ROBEKT LEBBY, Ii. D.,
Health Officer. Harbor of Charleston.
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 20, 1872.
Mr. M. S. VALBNTINB:
Dear Slr-During the past summer I have had
a full opportunity of testing your "Preparation of
Meal Juice." particularly amongst children suf?
fering from Darrhcea from "Teething." I flud
that as soon as they lose their appetite and com?
mence to deteriorate generally, your Preparation
administered ls weil retained and mont often en*
joyed by the Uti le s a frere. s. They Improve rapidly
in health and strength. Other preparations are
Lot so easily tolerated, on account of their nn>
plea-ant odor and taste.
I consider the cements of your little bottle
most invaluable in all acute wasting ducasea.
Very respectfully, W. M. FITCH, M. D.
Dr. S. Barueb, of Camden. S. C.. writes:
"I am usina Valentine's Me u Juice with excel?
lent effect In the case of a child, who ls exceed
insly fond of lt, while he positively refuses all
A fresh supply of the Meat Juice jost received
and for sale, wholesale and retail, by
Dr. H. BAER,
No 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted nnder oath never to have failed to
cure. 28,600 Certificates or testimon?ala or cure,
including Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Pennsylvania;
Kev. Joseph Beggs, Kails or Schuylkill, Philadel?
phia; the wire or Rev. J. B. Davis, Hlghtstown,
New Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor Walton,
Philadelphia; Hon. J V. Greeley, member Con
gresa from Philadelphia; Dou. Judge Lee, Cam?
den. New Jersey; cx-Scnator stewart, Baltimore:
ex-Governor rowell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to euro or money refunded.
IK Gi: O.CAUL1KR, Agent,
'nlyl-lvr <marleston, s.e.
NORTHEASTERN KalLROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, s. C., January 20,1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 10.00 A. M
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.46 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 3.30 P. M.
Train does not leave Charleston 8 00 P. M. SUN
Train leaving 10.09 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Richmond and Acqnla
Creek only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.co p. M. Train have
choice01 route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY cy this Train lay over on t-TODAY in Bal?
timore. Those leaving on s ATC? DAY remain SUN?
DA? lu Wilmington, N. C.
This is the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to clnclonatl, chicago and other points
Westend Northwest, both Trams making con?
nections at Washing.0 < with Western Trams of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
Engineer and Superintendent
P. L. CLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. may21
SAVANNAH AND CHABLE9TON
CHARLESTON, March 16, 1873.
On and alter TUESDAY. March 18, the Pas?
senger Trains on thia Road will run as follows:
NIGHT PASSE NO HR-DAILY.
Lr-ave Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at savannah.10.16 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.30 P. M.
Arrive at charleston.7 A. M.
DAY PASSENGER-SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.
Leave Charleston.7.40 A. M.
Arrive at Savannah.3.30 P. M.
Leave Savannah.ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6 60 P. M.
Both trains make connection with Port Royal
Railroad tor ail Stations on that Road west of
Yemassee and for Augusta, Atlanta and thc West.
Both trains make close connection at savannah
for Jacksonville, Fla. Time through to Jackson?
ville, 23 H honrs.
Day train connects at Yemassee for Beaufor*
aud Port Royal. G. g. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
S. C. BOYLSTON, uen'l Ft, and Ticket Agent.
gOUTH CAROLNIA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., December 14, 1872.
On and after SUNDAT, December 15, the Pas?
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.9.30 A M
Arrive at Co ombia.6.20 p x
Leave Charleston.9.30 A M
An ive at Augusta.... .5 20 r M
Leave Columbia.9.00 A M
Arrive at Charleston.4 46 p M
L-ave Augusta.0.00 A M
Arrive at cuarlestou.4 45 p x
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPR3S8.
Leave Charleston.7.30 p M
Arrive at Columbia.6.30 A II
Leave Columbia.7 30 p M
Arrive at charleston.6 46 A X
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.30 p a
arrive at AngnBta.7.35 A M
Leave Augusta.6.16 p u
Arrive at charleston.6.60 A 11
Leave Summeivllie an.7.25 A H
Arrlxeat charleston.8.40 A M
Leave Charleston.3.36 r M
Arrive at Summerville.4 60 p x
Leave Camden..7.20 p x
Arrive at Columbia.11.66 A M
Leave Colombia.2.10 p x
Ar ive at i amden.6.66 p M
Day and Night Trams connect at Angusta with
Macon and Augu-u Railroad, Central Railroad
and Georgia Kalin <ad. This is the quickest ad
most direct r ute and as com urtable and cheap ss
any 0 her route to Lom-ville, Cincinnati, Chli-auo,
s i. Louis and ull other points West and Northwest.
Colum-'la NightTraiu connects witn Greenville
and tolumb a railroad; aud Day and Night Trains
connect wu h Charlotte Road.
Through tickets ou sale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Tralj, and
runs through to colombia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PI0KEN8, G. T. A. declO
m.. . ....?/...ri..,ii?Z?
O R LIVERPOOL.
The c Upper Iron Bark "TIBER," claseed^ffcn,
3 3 11 French, and flrdt-class In LiverpoolSmmL
Underwriters Registry for Iron Vessels. D* Lewis,
Commande -, having a large portion of her onrgo
engaged, and going on board, wld have .dispatch
lor the above port. For balance room, apply to
HENR? CARb. !
U O R FORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGNER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING FOI NTS
AROUND THIS HAf.BOR. '-.
Tbe fast, sure and cnmfort&'tlv appointeduA*
Yacht ELEANOR, wm leaveSouthern wharrgOt
EVERY UAY.at io o'clock morning, and half-past"
afternoon. For engagements, uppiy to- -
CAPTAIN THOU AS YOUNO,
febtf ' : on Board.
pLYDE'S PHILADELPHIA LINE.
The ASHLAND, Captain Hunter, ls appclnted
to Ball fr. m Brown's Wharf on SATURDAY, iRh or
April, at ia o'clock M.. making cloee connections
With CLY LI h's SThiAM LINE to PROVfUENOE,
and ihence by Rail to all the NEW ENGLAND
COTTON MILLS. No car tate anywhere on-thia
great Cotton Route. .--.^ /.
For freight engagements apply to - KM .
WM. A; COURTENAY, A geht, %
apr? -I Corner East Bay and Vendue Range.
JOB NEW YORK.
The Splcnd'd side-wheel Stear^^
TAN, M. s. Woodhall Commander, will sall for
the above port oa SATURDAY, April fi, at 10 o'clock
For Freight or PasBagoengagements apply to
aprt a JAMES A Du KR A co.. agenta.
jp O B B A L T J M O S E.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS OF LADING ISSUED . - .
. TO^ Iii .'UlSSiSfe
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTH Wi 3T.
The Fine Steamship FALCON, J. F. Haynle,
Commander, makmg close connection with a Tri?
weekly Line or One steamships to Boston, will tall
for Baltimore on SATURDAY, sn April at 11
?-Philadelphia Freights forwarded to'that
elly by railroad from Baltimore wlthoat addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
Fer Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. THE s HOLM, Agent.
aprl-5 No. 2 Union Wharvei.
A LLAN LINE OP STEAMSHIPS.
UVERPOOL TO NORFOLK.
PREPAID TICKETS FROM EUROPE.
GREAT REDUCTION OF RATES.*
The Magnificent Steamers or the
ALLAN LINE will leave Liverpool for J
Norfolk, Va., every alternate TUKSDVY, outing
the spring and summer of 1878. * .
PERUVIAN.TUSSDAY, March 26.
HIBERNIAN.TUESDAY, Apnl' S. -
NHISTORIAN.TUI8DAY, April 22.
Connecting with Coast Line RalU-oad to chines
ton, steerage and Intermediate Passage aa fol?
Liverpool Queenstown, ) Steerage.......$84 76
Glaagow.LondouorBris > Intermediate... 66 76
toi to Charleston, S. C..) to........... 67 76
Hamburg. Antwerp. Hoi-) Steerage....'.. 138 76
land or Havre to Charles-1 Intermediate.. 67 76
Paris, Norway or Sweden! Steerage...".$42 75
To charleston.) Intermediate., el 67
Steamers equal to any on the Atlantic. i
Passenger accommodations unsurpassed. ; '.
Parties wishing to send for friends win anply to
RAVEN BL A CO., charleston, ?. 0.
WM. LAMB, General Anent,
mc hil-Imo Norfolk, Va,
QHANGEOPSAlJJNG BAYa ^ Sw
INCREASED SERVICE. 3 ? -
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANYS
THROUGH UNE ZO , r .
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers or the above line lea?e Pier
No. 42. North River, foot of canal ittlMMB
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the luth, pR?
and soih of every month, except when tbeeedates
fall on Sunday, tben ihe saturday preceding. 1'
All departures connect at Panama' with. Steam?
ers for South Pacific and Central ?menean porta.
For Japan aud China Steamers leave San. Fran
cl-C'i first of every month, except whoa lt fais ott
sunday-then on the day preceding. ? "..*
No california Steamers touch at Havana, bal;
go direct Irom New York to AsplnwalL ?
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Me deine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information. apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OF Flux, on tbe
wharf foot of Canal street, North Hiver, New
York. F. E. BABY, Agent.
anglO-lyr - - - -
piOR LIVERPOOL VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AMD GREAT WESTERN
STEAM COMPANY .
Will dispatch one of their nrat-claas,ufgrfMrn.
full power Iron screw steamships rromSBiHE
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEONESd?^Y, |
Ca oin Passage $8C, gold,
steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A G DION,
No. 63 Wall street. N. Y. I
N. B.-Thiongb Bills Lading to Liverpool hauet
by the Charleston and Nsw York Steamers, which
make close connection with i he above Une. 1
For particulars and ra te of Freight apply to '
JAM SS AUGE rt A 00.,
WAGNER, HUG KR A CO.,
maya Or ? Wit A\ COURTENAY^ * '
jpOR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMED?ATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER VI A GEORGETOWN.
At the request or Shippers tbe - ^?-dT^w
Steamer PLANTER, Captain J. J dkKEESii
Flinn, will continue to receive Freight *t ZSowE
modatlon Wharf THIS BAY, the 6th instant, and
leave 'i o -NIGHT.
Freight most be prepaid. 'ajj
Should the River be low, Freight will be trans?
ferred to the Light Draft steamexfSwan.
For Freight or Passage apply to Captain on
board, or to RAVENEL, HOLME- A CO.,
aptfii_No. 80 East Bay
VIA BAYANN AH, -
Ti; splendid side wheel steamers,
DICTATOK, captain L. M. Coxetter,._"
and CITY POINT, Captain Fltxgerald. wul SSS
Charleston every TUWDAT, THURSDAY aud'-SuN
DAY EVENING at 8 o'clock precisely, for sava.v
nah Fernandina. Jacksonville, Magn Ua, G.aon
cove Springe, st. Augustine, Paiatka and all
Lmdings on St. John's River. Connecting at
Paiatka with steamers for the Ociawaha-River
and with the Steamer STARLIGHT lor Enter?
prise, Mellon vine, and au points on tbe Upper
at. John's and Indian Rivers.
Connect at Fernandina with Florida Railroad
for all points in tue inferior, and with Railroad
for New Orleans and Havana, via Cedar Keys..
AU Way Freight mast be prepaid. ' - .
For Freight or Passage, auply to
K A VEN FL A co.. Agenta,
dec2 Cor. Vanderhor-t'e Wharf and East Bay.
NOTICE.-THREE MONTHS AFTER
da e application will be made to Bank of
ui Hrlesto.i for renewal of Cen Moates of stock In
said Bank, ttandlng m the name of .JABFZ
NORTON, Guardian WM. R. NORTON, lo Certlfl
cate No. 8 tes, one Whole Share. Certificate Na.
3SCJ. three Half shares, original Certificate -being
?oat or destroyed. mch33-UuJW*