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THE GRAND LODGE, A. F. X.
TUESDAY, December 10.
W. K. Blako, M. W. G. M.. presiding.
Grand Lodge was called on lrom refresh?
ment to labor at 12 M.
The roll was called, and repr?sentai i vr s
from one hundred and twenty-three subordi?
nate lodges were fo id to be present.
The reading of ihe minutes of the last grand
communication was dispensed with, on motion
of Bro. Buist, printed copies being in the bands
ol the delegates.
On motion of Bro. A. T. Smythe, all Master
Masons in gcod standing were admitted to
seats within the Grand Lodge during its ses?
The grand master, at this stage of the pro?
ceedings, read his addreFS, which was refer?
red to a committee, cr nsisting of Bros. M. L.
Benham, C. Ing'.efby, E. T. McSwaln, W. P.
Compton, N. F. Kirkland.
The following committees were appointed
by the grand master :
On By-Laws of Subordinate Lodges-Bros.
Burke, Havne, Slawson.
On Appeals and Grievances-Bros. J. Adzer
Smythe, Jame3 Birnie, J. S. Buist, J. K. Vance,
J. L. Wofford.
On Jurisprudence-Bros. W. G. DeSaussure,
G. T. Berg, R. S. Bruns.
On Grand Secretary's Report-Bros. H.
Buist, Dr. Parker, S. S. Knight, F. M. Trim
On Grand Treasurer's Books-Brcs. W. T.
Walter, Calhoun, Shuler, Lumpkin, Peeples.
The R. W. grand treasurer presented his
report on finances, which wa? referred to the
committee on treasurers books.
The R. W. grand secretary presented his re
por, which was relerred to the committee
on grand secretary's books.
The report of the G. secret irv cn foreign
correspondence was referred to a committee
consls iag cf Bros. Hoyt, Durham, Richardson
P. G. M. Conner submitted the report of the
committee on the new hal', which wai laid on
the table for the present.
On motion of G. P. If. Henry Buist, an
amendment to the constitution to make all
voting hereafter viva voce, was made the
special order for this ever'.ng at quarter
On motion of Brother Henry Buist fae elec?
tion of grand officers was made the special
order for to-morrow evening at half-past 7.
Cn motion cf R. S. Bruns, the report hereto?
fore presented ai to district deputy grand
masters was adopted.
On motion, the lime of the annual communi?
cation was changed to the second Tuesday in
An amendment to article 75 of the constitu?
tion, changing the formation of the hall com?
mittee, was adopted.
An amendment reducing the salary of the
grand secretary, was, on motion, laid cu the
t?t>le for the present.
The Grand L' dge was then ca'Ied off from
labor to refreshment till seven P. M.
Th2 Grand Lodge called on at 7 o'clock.
The committee on the grand master's address,
asked to be discharged from so much of it as
referred to the new hail. Tali was granted,
and the matter was relerred to the building
Bro. Bu st presented a. report on the grand
secretary books, which was adopted.
The special order for quarter-past 7 P. M. was
taken, and Bro. Bonham brought up his
amendment to article 9 of the constitution.
The vote being taken, the amendment was
Bro. Richardson read a letter from J. M.
Richardson, of Georgia, with respect to the
Ca'rolUnstltute; also, a letter from the grand
master of Georgia. On motion, the thanks ot
. the lodge were voted to the Carroll Ins'itute.
On motion, lb? thanks of the Grand Lodge
were tendered to the. Charleston Board of
Trad-; for courtesl^exten-led.
Toe report o? the committee on foreign cor?
respondence was read and adopted.
Bro. Smythe read the report of the commit?
tee on appeals and grievances, which was dis?
posed of as follows: Appeal of J. P. Chase,
report recommitted; of E. W. Ham, report
adopted; of J. M. Oppenheim, report road and
a lop ted; of J. G. Thorp, report read and
adopted; of J. A. August, report read and
adopted; of Peoples, not acted on, and con?
tinued for further report.
The report of the committee on the grand
treasurer's books was read and adopted.
A resolution ot thanks to the Odd Fellows,
offered by Bro. S. Bu'st, was adoptedi
The unfinished Uusims? was then taken up
as to the amending ot the constitution.. The
report of the grand secretary, with communl
. cations from the Grand Lodges ot various
States ot the Union, was read, received as In?
formation, and a compendium ot the report
ordered to be spread upon Hie minutes.
An amendment i reposing to strike out Ar?
ticle No. Ul of the constitution was then taken
up and discussed at length, up to a late hour,
when the Lodge'called off until nine o'clock
this ii ornlng.
INFANTICIDE.-About ten days ago a colored
man, named Thomas McNeill, living with his
family on the p'antatlon of Mr. McDowell, on
Wando Rivtr, threatened to kill h's wife, and
Ill-used her 'o such a degree that she jumped
out o.r the window of their home to save her
eelt from his attack. Soon after this frat she
gave birth to a still-born Infant, over which
an inquest was held. From the evidence be?
fore them the jury found that the death and
premature birth of the child had been pro?
duced by the woman's Jumping from the
window, which was caused by the cruel treat?
ment ol'McNeill. The latter was b ought to
the city, and has beeu committed to jail on
the chat ge or murder, for trial at the February
term of the Court of General Sessions.
THE MASONIC CELEBRATION TO-DAY.-The
imposing preparations In the way ol timber, at
the corner ot King and Wentworth s reets, re?
ceived their decorations last evening, and
kept the lhoroughlare crowded with specta?
tors, who stopped to gaze upon the unusual
sight. The speakcts' stand had been duly en?
closed with a drapery of while cloih, and from
the framework overhead were suspended flags
and gay streamers ot every hue. The lotty
wal's of the new temple were also draped with
joyous colors; but the grand arch across King
street was the centre ol attraction. The great j
span was ail decorated and illuminated with
transparencies, wbich waved In the wind and
gave the work an appearance of dream-like
grandeur. Everything seemed propitious for
the grand display this morning. In another
column will be found the order of the proces?
sion, arranged by the grand marshal, P. K..
Coburn, to which the attention ol the cralt is
especially invited. The occasion prenvses to
be something unusual; and weare glad to hear
that arrangements have already been made by
the enterprising and popular artist, Mr. S. T.
Souder, for photographing the scenes attend?
ant upon the la\ing of the corner-stone.
PCSINKSS ENVELOPES.-THE NEWS Job Office
is now prepared to furnish good envelopes,
with business cards printed thereon, at M
per thousand. Sehd your orders. Every
merchant and business man should have his
?ard printed on his envelopes.
MEETING OF CITY COUNCIL.
A special meeting of Council waa held yes?
terday afternoon at the usual hour. Present,
the Mayor, and Aldermen O'Neill, Bowen,
Smith. Voigt, Garrett, Kenny, Sweegan.
Glover, Taylor, Moran. Brown, Garden,
Simondp. Pelzer and Slgwahl.
The call lor petitions by wards was respond?
ed to by none of the Aldermen, and the Mayor
mad the following report*:
Report from the eily inspectors showiug the
condition ot' tho di nins eiamlned by them
since last report, and the depth of mu 1 from
ten to fifteen inches in said drain?. Relerred
to the committee on streets.
A report from the chief of police as to the
matters referred to him, stating: First, that
the building belonging to the estate of Faber,
on the north side of Centra! wharf, was in a
dilapidated condition, but that he had been
assured by the agent that the premises should
be attended to, and the dangers removed.
Second, that he had communicated withS. L.
Bennett, tr astee, as to the nuisance commit?
ted by the boys ol the State orphan school, in
George street, who bad assured him that the
nuisance should be abated. Third, that as to
the chimney contractors he had Instructed
the police to arrest all sweeps who volunteer?
ed their services, and to report all citizens
who shall prevent the sweeping of any chim?
ney as directed by ordinance. The report was
received as information.
Statement in the caee of Mary Johnson, ad.
ministra;rix of James Johnson, vs. the City
Council, showing that the plaintiff had ob?
tained a verdict which, with Interest and
costs, amounted to about two thousand dol?
lars. This amount had been awarded by the
jury as damages lor the iatal injuries received
by James Johnson, who was s anding upon a
cellar door In Q ieen street when the same
fell in. throwing him violently down the ce lar.
In the same connection, the Mayor read a
statement in the case ot E. IL Whiting, guar?
dian, vs. the City Council, showing that the
plalntlffbad obtained a verdict, on the 20th cf
September last, fer past due etty stock, which,
with the costs amouuted to two thou=aad two
hundred and forty-one dollars and eighty-nine
On motion, both of these matters were re?
ferred to the city attorney to report to Council.
A communication from John F. O'Neill de?
clining his removal from the board of Orphan
house commissioners to that cf the Almshouse:
A communication from P. Tecklenburg re?
signing the positbn to which he had been
elected us commissioner of public lands. Ac?
The Mayor stated that there were now two
vacancits in the board of commissioners,-and
asked the pleasure of Council. On motion of
Alderman Simonds, the elec-ion was postponed
until the next regular meeting.
Alderman O'Neill tendered his resignation
as commissioner of the Orphanhouse, and
begged to no. linate John F. O'Neill lor the
position. On motion, the resignation was not
A letter from Major M. R. Delany, thanking
Council for the honor of electing bim a com
m'ssloner ot public lands. Ac, accepting the
position and expressing his Intention of aid?
ing Council In all Its laudable effoits for the
good of the city, was received as Information.
The chairman of the committee of ways and
means reported that, arter consultation with
the chairman of the committee on city lauds
and the Mayor, they considered lt expedient
that the city should control the properly
known as the Powder Magazine, which was
advertised last week for public 6ale by the
commissioners of the State sinking fund
With this conviction they bad attended the
sale on Friday last au i bid in the property for
$7100, and asked that the purchase be confirm?
ed by Council. They then proposed the fol?
lowing resolution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That the City Council confirm the
action of the chairmen of the above named
committees, and that the Mayor be authorized
to make a settlement for the sa-ne according
to the terms of sale, when the titles luve beeu
prepared aud properly examlued by the city
The committee on brick and wooden build?
ings reported that they could fini no ordi?
nance prohibiting the erection of wooden
buildings ou the north side ot Calhoun street,
and recommended that the petition ot L. M.
Mills to that effect be granted. Adopted.
The committee on accounts reported bills to
the amount of $1712 59 as having been exam?
ined and found correct, and recommended the
I same lor payment. Adopted.
The committee on tidal drains in the matter
of extending the drain in Coming to Shepherd
street, reported that they, with the commiltee
on streets, had concluded to consult the city
engineer, and asked that the matter be laid
over for. his opinion. Received as Information.
The committee on the Fire Department sub?
mitted their report, which was ordered to be
printed and laid on the desks of the members
Alderman O'Neill introduced a bill to pro?
vide for the storage of gunpowder within the
limits of the City of Charleston, and to estab?
lish the office of keeper of the Powder Maga?
zine. The bill took its first reading, and was j
ordered to be printed.
The bli1, to regulate licenses for the year 1872
,wa3 then taken up, and having received its
second and third readings, was ordered to be
engrossed for ratification. It is as follows:
A BILL TO REGfLATE LICENSES.
SKCTION 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Aldermen of the City of Charleston, in City C. un?
di assembled, That every person, firm, c mpany
or corporation, engage i in any trade, business or
pro'es-lon. hereinafter mentioned, shall obtain en
or before the twe--t eth day of January, x. I>. one
thousand eignt hundred ad seventy-two, a
license therefor, in manner herlnafter provided.
Those commencing business after the twentieth
day of January, shall obtain license b fore enter?
ing upon euch business, an t Itinerant deaers
shall obtain a license before solidi lng custom,
>e ling, or ottering to sell, by sample or otherwise.
SEC 2. Every person, Orin, company or cor?
poration required by this ordinance to obtain a
license to engage In any trade, business or pro?
fession for which a license ls requ red. shall reg?
ister with i he cuy appraiser, or assistant city ap?
praiser, first his or her name or sty c. and In case
of a firm or company, the names of the several
peisons constituting such firm or company, and
their place* ot husmea*: second, the trade, busi?
ness or profession for which a licence ls rcq ilred;
third, the puce where such trade or profession ls
to be carried on-if a wholesa e or retail dealer lu
goeds, wares a d merchandise, the amouut, ex
tei.t and value ot business Intended to be carried
on, excluding dNtilled spirits. a)ljt>f which, and
answers to questions relative to which, shall be
giV'n under oath.
SEC 3. If any person < r persons sha'I exercise
or carry on any fade, buslnesi or profession, for
the exercising, carrying on or doing of which a
license ls icq ni red by this ordmauce. without
taking cut such licence as in that 'ehalt required,
he, she or they thali, besides being liable to the
payment for the license, be subject to a penalty
equ?l to the amount required tobe paid f?rihe
license; to be sued fur and cllected in the City
Court, or any other court of competent Jurisdic?
tion; one-half of the penalty, after deduc [ag ex?
pense? of pro ecutlon, to be paid to the person
who first in orms of the matters a d things
wherebf the penalty is recovered, and the other
ha:f to the city.
SEC. 4. tn every license to be taken out. under
or by authority of thts ordin?r ce. shall he contain
eil and se: rorth the purpose, trade, business or
profession Tor which auch license ls gram ed. and
the name and place of business of the pe soo or
persons taking out the rame; If a wholesale or
retail dealer in goods, ware? and merchandise,
the amount, extent or value cf the business tu?
tende I to be i arr.ed on. The city appraiser shall
prepare a proper form of license, to be Issued In
each case, which license Bhall be post-.-d np or
I kept by the rerson receiving ;he ?ame as the elly
api r lser shall direct.
SEC. 5. The licenses granted under this ordl
nance shall not authorize the person orpers ns
(-xcept lawyers, physicians, surgeons, dentis s
und au'tioneeis,) or firm, company or c n poi a
tton mentioned therein to exercise or erny on
the trade, business or profession specified in
snell license In any other place than that men?
tioned therein. A license granted on and arter
January 1st, one thousand eight hundred ami
seventy-two. shall continue In force until the first
day or Jauuarv following: and all licenses grant?
ed arter the first or January, A. D., one thousand
eight hundred aud seventy-two. shall be issued
upon the payment ol a ratable proportion of the
whole amount or money imnosed rorsuch license:
Provided, however, that no "license be granted ror
less than three monthB, though the time to
the end or the year may be less than
that. Fach license granted shall be dated
on the first day ur the month in which Hie
liability therefor accrued, and the amount to be
paid therefor shall be computed therefrom until
the end of the year, except as herein before men?
tioned, and exc?pt itinerants, who may be grant?
ed quarterly licensee, da'lng on the first day or
the month lu wh eh the application ls made.
And every person exercising or carrying o i any
trade, business or profession, dol g any act ror
which a license ls require 1, shall keep said licenses
at all times or business In the front window if
there be such, and ir there be no such window,
then In a conspicuous part ol the business place
and, on demand of any authorized o ticer or po?
liceman or the city government, produce such
license; and unies* he shall do so, shall be deemed
and taken to have no such license and lt shall be
the duty ct the police and detective force to de?
tect and report any neglect or violation thereor.
SEC 6. Upon the removal or any person or per .
sons from the house or premises at which the
trade, business profession mentioned In such
license was authorized, ir. may and shall be law?
ful ror the etty appraiser to authorize, by Indorse?
ment of such license, the person removing as
aforesaid to any other place to carry on the trade,
business or profession specified In such license
at the place to which such person may have re?
SEC. 7. For a license to carry on anv trade,
business or profession hereinafter mentioned, the
sum hereinafter mentioned shall bc paid to the
city treasurer, viz: For a wholesale apothecary,
one hundred dollars; retail apothecaries, twenty
five dollars; ambrotyplst, (for each member of
a firm) twenty-five dollars; architects, twenty
five dollars; auctioneers, fifty dollars; artists,
dagnerrean, (for each) twenty-five dollars;
agencies carried on by other than regularly li?
censed merchant*!, (each agency.) fifty dollars;
banks, three hundred dollars; bankers, other than
licensed b;okers, one hundred" dollars; bank
agents, one hun ired dollars: billiard tabias, fifty
dollars for the first Uble, and twentyflvndollars
fer each additional table lu the same establish?
ment; sailor boarding houses, twenty-five dollars;
bowling alleys, twenty-five dollars for each alley;
commercial or produce brokers, other than rac
tors or storekeepers, twenty-five dollars: money
brokers and dealers In exchange, one hundred
d liars; pawnbrokers, one hundred dollars; brok?
ers or real e?rate. twenty-five dol?ais; 6tock brok?
ers, twenty-five dollars; coal yards, tiriy dollars;
contractors, other than builders, twenty-five dol?
lars; steam cotton presses, (each estallishment,)
three hundred dollars; cotton hand presses,
twenty-five dollars; cotton gins, one hundred dol
lars: cotton plckery. Arty dollars; collectors (real
estate) anil agents, twenty-five dollar?; re?
tail dealers In goods, wares and merchandise, ex
eluding distille! spirits, whose annual Rales do
not exceed tenthoufand dollars, tweutyfive dol?
lars; whose annual sales are over ten thousand
dollars and under thirty thousand dollars, flr'y
dollars; over ililrty thousand dollars and under
sixty thousand dollars, one hundred dol ars; If
exceeding sixty thousand dollars, ror every ad?
ditional thousand exceeding sixty thousand dol?
lars, one dollar; wholesale dealers In geo J, wares
and merchandise, excluding distilled spirits,
whose annual eales do not exceed nrty thousand
dol'ars, one hundred dollars; and ir exceeding
lirty thousand dollars, ror every additional thou?
sand dollars In excess or fifty thousand dui.ars,
one dollar; dentists, each, twenty-five dol?
lars; express companies, three hundred dul?
lard; rounders, dry dollars; sash and blind
factories, Arty dollars; gas companies, three
hm-Ted dollars; gas fitters, twen'y-flve
dollars; hotels, one hundred dollars; huck?
sters, ten d. liars: tce lu uses, (each) one hundred
dollars; each branch ice-house, twenty-five dol?
lars; Insurance companies or agencies, (the same'
ror each and every agency) one hundred dollars;
intelligence offices, twenty dollars; j jb printing
offices, twenty-five dollars; daily papers, fifty dol?
lars: weekly papera that isssue no dallies, fifteen
dollars; Junk shop?, retail, twenty-ave d liar.-;
wholesale junk sliop?, one hundred dollars; law
jers, iweny five dollars each; lumberyards, one
hundred dollars; lumber ponds, not connected
with lumber yatds; one hundred dollars: manu?
facturers ot soda water, selling rrom founts,
twenty-five dollars; manufactories and bottlers or
soda water, Arty dollars; builders and master
mechanics of all and every traie. Including
barber?, having li their employ from twu to
tour journeymen, ten dollars; those employing
more, twen'y-flve dollars; commission mer
chants or factors, one hundred dollars; flour
lng m'lts, Arty dollars; grist mills, twenty-five
dollars; planing mills, one hundred dollars; rice
mills, one hun ire i dollars; saw mills, one hun
i red dollars; theatri-s. regularly established, per
year, two hundred dollars: circuses, each per day,
and to be paid before exhibition, twenty-five do'!
lars; menageries, each p r day, five dellars; pun
Ile halls. In which may be held or exhibited
operas,concerts, panoramas, paintings, works or
art, or-mecitaol-sm, or lectures, and every lither
kind of pub lc enrerta'nment of an like nature
not herein ppeclfled, e tch per yean one hundred
dollars; pub lc or livery subies, Ar y dollar?; sales
stables, oue hundred dollars; photographers,
twenty-five dollars; physicians, e.ic.i. tea il jllars;
.restaurants, twenty-five dollars; sellers, bj sam?
ple or otherwise, to be rated a? local
dealers: soda-w..ter, selling rrom founts,
for each, ten d liars ; shipping masters,
one hundred dolare; soap boilers ano candie
manufacturers, fifty dollars; stevedores, fifty dol?
lars; steamship agencies, o her than r. r.y-boats,
and vessel asenoies, (ror each agency,) fifty dol?
lars; rerry-boat companies or agencies, twenty
five dollars; peddlers, local, Dvedollar*per month;
peddlers, itu. eran:, one hundred dollars per quart,
er; wood-yards, twenty-five dollars; warehouses,
(storage,) "fifty dollars etch; wholesale liquor deal;
ers, ono hundred and ntty dollars; wholesale
liquor dealers who take out a tepetate liceuse for
merchandise In the same establishment, oue hun?
dred dollars; (every person, firm or corporation,
whose business lt is to sell dbtilied splritH, fer?
mented liquors or wines of any kind, in
quantities ur five gallous and over, shall be
regatded as wholesale I quor dealers:) re?
tail liquor dealers, who have to take out
a separate license for merchandise, tn the Rame
esiHbllsbmeot, one hundred do mrs: retail liquor
de-aleraor bar-rooms, one hundred and twenty
livo dollars-(every person, firm or corporal! >n,
whose bus ness lt ls to sell distilled spirits, fer?
mented liquors or wines of any kind, In less quan?
tities than five gallons, shall ne regarded as retail
dealers.;) butchers, five dollars ror each stall; cat?
tle brokers and dealers in horses and males, who
keep no sale stable, each fifty dollars: provided,
that this does not refer to traders -oranglug neat
cattle for sale directly from the country; phos
I hate works, one hundred dollars; for present
City Railway Company, one thousand dollars;
carters, draying, hack-driving, wagoning, (nue
horse.) fifteen do lars; carting, draying, luck
driving, wagoning, (two horses,) twenty Ave
dollars; omnibuses and coaches, flrtv dol?
lars; trucks, two cr more horses, fifty dollars;
boarding house keepers, ten dollars; eash dog
ker t In the city, two dollars. Including price ot
badge; turpentine attila, one hundred dollars; tele?
graph companies (each,) one hundred and fifty
dollars; commercial agencies, one hundred dof
lars: raffle-, drawings and prize awards or any
kind, ir or a permanent character, autliouzed by
i he-State authority, one Hi 'usand dollars; if ora
temporary character and ror the benefit ot any
person or person, society, association or compa?
nies, the Mayor shall have power to impose such
a license as, In his judgment, he deems proper;
han 1 . rgans, ten dollars ror thrre months; wood
sawyers, by bend, three dollars; by machinery,
twenty five dolla s.
SEC. 8. All ordinances and parts or ordinances
repugnant to this ordinance shall be and are
Council then adjourned.
THE PACIFIC FERTILIZERS.
CHARLESTON-, December 19. 1871.
TO TUE EDITOR OF TUE NE IVS.
To confirm public confidence in the Guanos
offered lor sale by me, it has always been my
desire to avail myself of the best scientific abil?
ity ia order to give the planter every possible
guarantee as to their standard. My store?
houses in the ci'y, as well as the Pacific Guano
Worse at Rlkeravllle, have ever been open for
inspection; and although the latter have been
auder the personal supervision ot Dr. St. Ju?
lien Ravenel, yet with his entire approval our
stock has yearly been examined by Professor
Shepard and his endorsements of their lilil?
standard received. I enclose herewith an ex?
tract from hi3 report Just taken. The analyses
are on Hie at my office. J. N. ROBSON,
No. CS East Bay, and
Nos. 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
LABORATORT OF THE MEDICAL COLLEGE, )
QUEEN STREET, >
CHARLESTON. December 15, 1871. j
"In conciuslou I would s ate that the ihree
articles (namely, two samples of Pacific (?uano
and one sample of Com. Acid Phosphate)
examined are fully up to the old standard of
the Soluble Pacific.
"Very respectfully yours,
"CHAS U. SHEPARD, Jr."
esy Papen which have Inserted my adver?
tisements of these manures will please copy.
-Ladies who have just returned from
abroad report that large panniers have gone
entirely out of fashion, and overskirts are
made short and plain. They also report that
the latest style of dressing the hair is lu a
simple coll at the back, and the trout hair
smoothed above the forehead and put back
plainly behind the ears.
MORTUARY REPORT FOR THE WEEK.
The lollowlng 1B the official retara of deaths
for the City ol Charleston, for the week end?
ing Saturday last, December 16,1871 :
! BLACKS UR COL
adults. CUlld'n.;' Adults. Chlld'n
I I 6
Vlsi ation or
.Want or vitality
8 1 T I 2
Whites 9, Blacks and Colored 19-total 23; and
6 s ill-births.
Totals reported for week ending December 9:
Waifs-5 adult males; 6 adult females; 2 male
children. Blacks cr Colored-2 adult male-1; 10
adult remales; 2 maid children; 6 female children.
Certificates far the following received since: 1
far chronic diarrhoea, and 1 from neglect,
JROBBhT iiEDBV, M. D..
LIVERPOOL-Per Ko:weylin bark naming)a-63
cas?s provisions, ti Mordecai A co; 1 bale horse
1 Ides, to W C Bee A co; 4 era es earthenware, to
P Wright A Sons: 2 packages, to W M Lawton A
Sons; 1356 rlousrii rlates, 1279 pots, 1029 camp
ovens, 295 biscuit ovets. 17 casks. 3 cases hard?
ware, 1 bale twine, 20 casks hardware, 23 bags of
nails, to J E Adger A co; 292 pious h plates, leask
hardware, 6 casks chains. 869 spiders, 60 skillets,
2484 covers, 18 casks hardware, to Uart A co; 100
bars iron, to J Agnew A co, I case guns. 240 pots,
219 camp ovens, 249 covers, 1 cisk hardware, to
C P Poppenhelm; 4 casks hardware, 18 casks hoes,
(0 J M Fredsberg; 1 qr cask wlue, 9 bois b mied
be? r, G W WU lams A co; 4000 bundles cotton ties,
50 hags cotton ties, 21 ooo Ure brtctr, to Order; 46
c atea and l cask earthenware, to W L Webb.
. LIVERPOOL-Per bark Albina-2503 bales up?
HAVRE-Per Spanish bark Sino-791 bale3 up?
BARCOONA-Per Spanish bark Gesorla-675
bales upland cotton.Per Spanish brig Ysa
benita-4 6 bales upland cotton.
NEW YOKE-Per steamship James Adger-158
bags sea island cotton, us: bales upland cot?
ton. 71 bales domestics, 59 tes rice, 120 bbls rosin,
5 ii kg s sundries.
The Clisrlciton Conon, Rice anti Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTOH NBWS. )
TCKSDAT EVSNINO./December 19, 1871. J
COTTON.-The demand far this staple showed a
steady and well sjs'a'ned ch tractor, prices being
somewhat variable and irregular, bat exhibiting
in some ot the most important transactions In?
creased firmness. Sales about 1400 bales, say 5 at
18>?C, 7 at 17A?, 29 at 17>?. 54 17?. 6atl7X. 10 Qt
17?-?', 20 at 18,17 at 1S'4'. 108 at 18?i, 75 at 18.';, 119
at Wit 201 at l- v. HS at is*,. 155 at 19, and 400
bales on private term?. We q ?ote:
Ordinary to good ordinarv.I'XQISX
Strict m.ddliug.19 @tP)? .
RICE.-There was a mod?rate business at .?teady
rates; sales about 100 tierces or clean Carolina,
say 25 tierces at 6.*c, 57 at iy" 15 at 7.'f. 20 at 8c
fl lb. We qu Ke common to fair at 6>i@7?,', good
NAVAL SToaES.-There were no snles repmed.
FREIGHTS.- To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
York, Jii ou upland*, ld on sea Islands; by sall,
7-161 oa uplands, on s?a Islands nominal. To
Havre lc on uplands. C"ast wise-to New York by
steam Xe on aplauda an t lc on sea islands; $2 fi
tierce ya rice; by sail ?ic on cotton;- fi tierce
ou rice; 40c 1? barrel on rosin; $7@8 ft M on lum
oer; $9?10 fi M on timber. To Bosun, by sall?
ee f? rb on upland cotton. To Provi lenee, by
sall $3 ft Moa boards, ?,'c fi re on cotton;by
steam fl fi bale oa New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam ?ic ft rb on uplands; by sall, $7
ft M cu boards; $9 on timber; $3 per ton cn clay,
a ad $3af 3 ?0 eu phosphates. To Baltimore, by
steam MO i* ft by sall, $6 60@7 fi M on boards;
$333 25 f t jnoa phosphate rock. Vessels are In
Jemand by oar merchants to tike ?umber freights
?om Georgetown, S. c , Danen and Bltiila River,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@12 f- M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 17>i@l7>?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANOE.-Tue batiks ara pur?
chasing sight checks at ii off, and sell at par.
GOLD.-9 $10. .
Mm li? ls bf Telegraph.
M' NEV MAREEIS.
LONDON, December 19-Noon.-Consols 92>i.
FRANKFORT, December 19-Noon.-Bonds 9?J?.
PARIS. December 19-Noon.-Rentes 50: 45c.
NEW YORK, December 19-Noon -Freights
dui. Stocks strung and steady. Gold dull and
heavy at uafix. Governments very dull aud
steady. Money tight at 7 116 Exe ange-long
9l4; short 10 per cent.
Evening.-Freights lower. Money strong; call
1'ans Iguo'e l, loans were entire!v so much per
diem; far turning stocks Hal per day, but closes
easier. Gold WA. Governments steady and in?
active, states dull and heavy. Tennessees weak.
New South cand?nas weak but active. North
Cand?nas, new 23,4.
LIVERPOOL, December 19-Noon.- otton open?
ed quiet aud steady; uplands lOd. Orleans io v.l.
Later.-Cotton steady; sales 12,000 bales;export
and speculation 30 0.
kvcniog.-cotton closed dull; uplands oj?ai0.l,
Orleans lu,'4d.* aianche-t r advices lesa favorable.
NEW YORK, December 19-N ?on -Cotton opened
strong; now quiet; uplands I9?,'c, Orleans 20,','c;
sales 900 ba'es. Sales of futures last evening 2700
bal.s, as fo lows: January ll) 7-16*19X0; Februa?
ry 19 ll-16al9 13 lbc; March 20al9 15 16;; April
Eveulnir.-Cotton aready; s tea 2019 bales; up?
lands lOJic Orleans 25\l,'c ?ales i f cotton futures
to- iay 49.0 balen, as follows: December 19L4a
194; January I9?i. 19 Il-l0ai9?4; February Ira;
March 19.'4': April -?0};: May 20>?.
BOSTON, December 19.-cotton quiet and firm;
middlings 20'; net receipts 43 bale?, jirosslSO;
sales 500; stock 8000.
BALTIMORE December 19 -Cotton quiet and
steady: middlings WJ?C; ne: rcelpts 45 ba es;
frmss:?90; exports coast wis > 50; sa.es 26; stock
SAVANNAH, Decembir 19.-Cotton In good de
maud aud prices a shade higlu-r; middlings 13J?'j;
net re. elpts 445; sales 1600; acock 74,301 bales.
AuursTA. December 19.-Cotton quiet ami
weak; middlings lojic; receipts 13 0; sales 1000
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS
LIVERPOOL, December 19-Noon.-Breadstuff*
quiet, corn 3ie 61. Tallow 46s 3d.
NEW TORK. December 19-Noon -Flour dull at
5al0c decline. Wneat du.; aud nominally 1 ?Wer.
C?rn dull and declining. Pork steal.; mess
$13 62al3 70. Lard heavy at 9?ia9.v,'c. Turpentine
very firm at 03>ia69c. Rosin steady at f5 05a
5 10 far strained.
Evening.-Fiour dull and lower; common to ralr
extra $6 60a9 25. Whiskey active at 9?>?a93c.
Wheat lower and active; winter red Western.$l 64
ni 5?. Corn lower and active w th a fair expert
demand at 75c. R ee Arru at S?ia9c. Pork Urm
at $13 50al3 6^>a'. Lard Hau; kettle 7i?o. Tur?
pentine very firm at 63>iaG9c. Rosin steady. Tal?
low dull at 9a9>4'c.
WILMINGTON, December 18.-Sp rits turpeut ne
firm at 65c. Rosin firm at $4 25 for strained,
$4 50 far low. Crude turpentine ate .dy at $3 SJ
far hard, $5 25 far vellow dtp. |5 35 far virgin.
Tar steady at $2 50.
CINCINNATI, December 19.-Flsur and grain
unchanged. Pork drooping. $13al3 75. Lard
driping, SJ4a9>ic. Bacon dull and unchanged.
ST LOUIS, December IT.-Bagging lower at
I6>?al7c. Potk quiet at $13 25. Bacon steady.
NEW ORLEANS, December 19.-Cotton strong;
middlings I9\c; net receipts 7718 bales, gross
849-j; expur s to oreat Brita n 3500, Havre ?790,
Barcelona 904; sales 4800; stock 135,432.
New York Rice Harket.
From the Dally Bulletin, Monday, December 18:
The trade has bought fairly In small lots and paid
full form/r figures without objection, the market
showing a continued firm and uniform tone
throughout, though domestic probably holds Ita
own with the greatest ease. Sales of 50 tierces
carbina at 8??a9%c, and a few small invoices at
8%a9c ror the choice grades, which are very
scarce; 260 bogs Rangoon fold at ej?a"c, and 150
bags Patna at 7>?a7??c
Receipts by Railroad, December 19.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1808 bales cotton. 100 bbla Hour, 1120 sacks of
flour. To Railroad Agent, W W Smith. Geo W
Williams co. A J Salinas, Trenholm A Son, Wis*
A co. Sloan A Selgntous, Frost, Adger A co, L D
Mowry A Son, A s Smith, Pelzer, Rodgers A co,
Caldwell A Son, W c Courtney A co, Murdaugh
A Mathews, w ? williams A Son, Dowling A co,
W Gurney, Kli sman A Howell W B Smith A co,
W K Ryan, J Wiley A co, A B Mollig? n. Reeder A
Davis, Gaillard A Minot:, John Hanckel, and F L
92 bales upland and 7 bags sea island cotton,
190 bbis na al stores, cars lumber, wood, rough
rice, furniture, mdse, Ac. To T P smith. Reeder
A Davis, A J .salinas, A S Smith. J R Pringle A
Son, G A 'l renholm A Son, Barden A Parker, S D
Stoney, Frost, Adger A co, Kinsman A Howell,
Mowry A Son, W K Ryan, W C Courtney A co,
G w williams A co, Wm C Bee A co, Pelzer. Rod?
gers A GO, Witte Bros, Wilcox, Gibbs A co, Jno
Wieters, Graeser A Harmon, J Carson, Ravenel A
co. Hart A co, B Boyd, Kllnck, Wickenberg A co,
S Thomas, J Schlr.ner, W Sayer, S H Wilson A
Bro, Joe Johnson, Wardlaw A Carew. 0 Leiben
rood. T T Chapeau, W Jackson B Mallefort, A B
Mulligan, j E Adger A co, J C Mallonee, Railroad
Agent and Order.
Per steamship James Adger. ror New York
F Meltzler. U Talmadge, Miss Talmadge, Cape D R
Scott, W K Fox.
Per steamship Champion, from New York
W H Armstrong and wife, Miss K Peck, E Spear,
M WU lams, Dr S S Wadsworth, J Myers, N Yo he.
S T Rowley, J Travis, W Travis, M Llnehan, C H
Giles, w Diver, T E Wood. S O Lee, T Stoik, Miss
Mary Hawley. N R Middleton, Jr. capt Pees, Miss
Peck, Miss S Prltchaid, T M Niven, Mrs Jessnn, j
L Kequa and wire, R D Chuter and wire, Mrs S A
Webb, and 6 steerage.
Per steamer Emilie, rrom Georgetown, S C
Rev Dr Wlnkler. Rev O F Gregory, W H Heriot, J
S Laurence, Miss Richardson, Mrs B H Wilson
|?and child, A Morgan and wife, Miss Murry, Hugh
Wilsou, C lt Anderson, Rev Samuel Miles, am 18
Per steamer Pilot Boy, rrom Savannah via
Beaufort, Huton Hetti, and other Landings-G
w Hardcastle and wife, H M Stuart, B B Sams, G
F Lincoln. W W Wild, J ll O nneman, E C Mar?
shall, L Rosen field, E N Chisolm, and 25 on deck.
MA III XE XEWS.
CHARLESTON, S. C.DECEMBER 20, 187).
bat ad deg ? in.u 33 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
left 2d Inst. Mdse. To James Adger A co, S C ?
Railroad co, Jas K Adger A co, John Archer, C D |
Ahrens. MAA Ashton, Southern Express co. J
Apple. T M Bristoll A co, B Boyd, E Bates A co, F I
C Bot tier. E E Bedford, Bollmann Bros, C Bart A |
co, H Bischoff A co, E T Brown, Geo A Bowman,
C U Brahe A co, A Browner, E M Buel, Dr H Caer,
Blum A Miller. S Brown, S H Bjeriy. John com?
mits, Chase A Cuttlno, w H Chafee A ce, Crane,
Boylsti n A co, T D Clancy A co, Cameron, Bark?
ley A co, U Cobla A co, K R Cowperthwalt, John
Campseu A co, R H Cain, J B Duval A Son, M
Drake, P Darcy, J H Ducker, Bowie, Moise A Da*
vis, Elias A Bro, Edgerlon A Richards. A W Eckel
A co, B Fe d mann A co, G H Eysenbach, I L Falk
Ao, Forsythe, Mccomb A c >, Furchgott, Bene?
dict A co, Jno S Fairly A co, D F Fl?ming A co, S
Tass. Frost. Adger A co, H G-rOta A co, J H Gra?
ver A co, D Goldstein, A Getty, Geo A Glover, C
Oraveley, Uart A co, J w Hantsson, J H Hillen, P
L Gulllemln, A H Uayden, C Hickey, J Uurkamp
A co, Goodrich, Wineman A co, u 3 Hacker, E u
Ha ll A Uammerschmtdt, G Honman, Holmes A
Calder. F K Houston, Houston A Flood, H S Hart,
J Heesemau A bro. Mrs Uuoeken, I Hyman A co,
Holmes'* Book Store. J S Byer, Harbesoa A co, A
Illing, Jaeger bros, Johnston, Crews A co, D U
Jennings, Jeffords A co, C U Johnson, E H Jack?
son, Kinsman Bros, KItnck, W ckenberg A co, T
Kelly, H Kia;te A co, Chas Kerrison, Kanapanx A
Gonzalez, U w Krtete, Kinsman A Howell, Krank
Kressel, Jr. P B Lalaoe A co, A Langer, J H Lopez,
Laurey A Alexander, J W Linley, J H Lawton A
co, C Lllscligl. G J l inn. L Lorentz, S M Ledere r,
Macqueen A Rle:ke, Mc Loy A Rice, J G Mi: cor A
co, S K Marshall A co, J Melony, Mantoue A co. W
Marschor, McLean A K, John Mulrooney, J R My
rl:k, Marshall A Burge. Dr C H Mort, M Marks. A
Nimitz, T S Nipson, Jno F O'Neill. B O'Neill. F L
O'Neill, D O'Neill A Sons, E Perry. Paul, Welch A
Brandes, W F Paddon, C F Panknln, C Plenge, c P
Poppenhelm, J R Read, Ravenel A CO, Wm Roach
A co, naver.el. Holmes A co, Mrs J A Ryan, Capt
K R Robinson, J Reed, B F Richwood. J F Huckle,
J Kn g ii el mer, Steffen?, Werner A Ducker, Steele A
Wardell, E B Stoddard A co, shackeirord A Kelly.
L schnell, P C Schroder, Col Simons, H Slegllng,
STOH, w ebb A co, L Sherfesee, John F Taylor A co,
J S Terry. S Thompson. RThomllnson A co, F von
Stnten, M Trest, Tobiah Sons, A L Tyler, J Travis,
Tiedemaun, Calder A co, u K Wleters, A R Taft ?
co. s ll wilson A Bro, Walker, Evans A OogdWelL
W Dlferhardr, J li Votlers, Wagener A Monsees.W
G Whllden, P Wineman A co, W U Welch, L W?ls
kopr, W Matthlessen, G U Walter A co. L Waguer,
MUs Wiane, J H Wuhrmaan A co, W J Yates, and
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, Baltimore-left
- lust. Mdse. To Mordecai A co, P C Trenholm,
ll Kiatt? A co, S C Railroad Agent, N E Railroad
cn, F c Borner, H Bischoff A co, H Buwinkle, J P
Biown. B eoyd, TA Beamish, Cameron. Barkley
A co, w H ch afee A co, Crane, Boylston A co, E K
Cowpertltwji , C Uacius. T Campbell. Chapman
A co. J Campsen A co, U Cobla A co, B Feldmann
A co, D Fitzgibbon, Dowle. Moise A Davis, G Fol
Un, U Gerdts A co, j U Graver A co, G A Glover,
Knveael, Huger A co. Uolmes's Book House, J H
lill en, A Hammerschmidt, John Heins, Holmes A
Calder, D B Haselton, Mrs Wehnens, F D C Kracke,
Marshall A McMillan. R H McDowell, Mantoue A
co, J A Quackenbush, T S Nipson, L Neum sr, D
O'Neill A Sons, J Osterholtz. N M Porter A co, W
P Russell A co, Ravenel, Holmes A co. J Hehkopf,
Ravenel A co, Steffens. Werner A Docker, C San?
ders, Shackelford A Kelly, Stoll, Webb A co, W J
Trim. J F Salvo. W Schroder, C O 1 rumbo, Louis
schrie hort, Mr Soubejroux, Terry A Nolan, Chas
Voigt, Thomilnson A co, Tiedeman, Calder A co,
W L webb, Ono F Wlet.-rs, Wagener AMonseis, G
W Williams A co. W H Welch. S U WU-on A Bro,
J F Taylor A o >. J Thomson A co, Wm G Whllden,
Thomas A Lanneiu, acd others.
Norwegian bark Hamlngla, Birkland, Liverpool
-sailed octobef26.' Assorted cargo. To Ravenel
A co, Mordecai A co. Wm C Bee A co. P Wright A
Sons, W M Ljivtoa A Sons, J E Adger A co, Uart
A ce, J Agnew A co, C P Poppenhelm, J M Freds
berg, G w Williams A co, w L W?bb and Order.
Spanish brig Prudente, Font, Cl.-nfuegos-13
days. Ballast. To W P Hill.
panlsh brig Adela, Ztnones, St John's, P R-20
days. Ballast. To W P Ha 1.
comm rda! L>ne sehr Guy R Phelps, Shaler,
New York-8 days. Mils?. To H F Baker A co, D
A Amme. Railroad Agents. H Bischoff A co, Bol I
mann Bros, Cameron, Barkley A co, H Cobla A co.
Wm C Bee A co, J c H Claussen, Chisolm Bros, C
C actus, T Campbell, T M ca'er. Ellas Bros, uowle,
Moise A Davis, C D Franke, Forsythe, McComb A
o, 1 L Falk A co, Goodrich, Wineman A co, P L
Gui lemln, G ? Hacker, Holmes A Calder, Heath A
Rice, W Harra:, W U Jones A co, H Kutte A co. A
Langer, Kinsman A Howell, P B Laiaue A co, Wm
Marscher, Mautoue A co, A McCobb, Jr, Olney A
co, W A Mehr;ens, A Nimitz, ustendo:ff A co, C P
Poppenhelm. Paul, ? eich A Brandes, D Paul A co,
J A i?uackenbush, Ravenel, Holmes A co, D H Stl
cox, i letjen A Lu len. Wagener A Monsees, Tiede?
man, calder A co, O F Wleters, P Walsh, L Weis
kop', W O Whllden, U Slegllng.
Sciir -M U stockham, cordery, Philadelphia-8
days. Coal. To the Gas Company. Vessel to H
- Baker A co.
Sehr Jo in Shay, Fisher, Wilmington. Dei-is
days. Gunn i. To T G Boag. Vessel to Master
sehr O id Fellow, Prince, Back River. 2500
bushels rough rice. Io W 0 Bee A ro.
Jchr Ann S Deas. Garbattl. West Point Mill. 160
To J R Pringle A Son, and W C Bee A co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head and other Landings. 14
bales sea Island colton, and mdse. To Ravenel,
Holmes A co, T M Holmes. Rev John Forrest, Wm
Gurney, WOP campbe.l, Walker. Evans A Cogs?
well, C Lamb, F Kressel, Jessie H Bowles, Wm C
Bee A co Southe' n Express co, D McPherson, Jno
Kennedy, F Campbell, Mrs J K Mathews, Holmes i
A Calder, Manto ie A co. Johnston, Crews A co.
Klnsma i A Howell, J W Delano.
Steamer Emilie. White, ueorgetown. S C.
189 tierces rice, 31 bales cotton mdse and sun?
di Ls. To Shackelford A Kelly, J R Pringle A Son.
Rev A T Porter, W K Ryan, L D Desaussure, E N
Thurston. Terr? A Nolan, J H Dawson, Prof F A
Porcher, W i, W'ebb. Trenholm A son.
Sloop Mary Goodrich, Roberts. Ashepoo River.
1< o bushels rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Sloop-, rrom Cooper River. 520 bushels
rough rice. To shackeirord A Kelly.
Boat from Edi*to. 13 bags sea island cotton.
TJ G H ingratiate A Son.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York
-Jame3 Adger A co.
Bark Albina, Wildatj.s, Liverpool-J A Enslow
spanish bark Gesorla, Sibils, Barcelona-W P
spanish bark Sirio, Landeta, Havre-W P Hall.
Spanish brig Ysabelllta, Oliver, Barcelona-W P
sehr Constltutloa, Smith, Jacksonville. Fla-W
Roa c i A co.
Sehr Chas Dennis. Mccormack, New York-(In?
ward cargo sali)-W Roach A co.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York
Sehr J P Allen, Clement. Boston.
Spanish brig Manuel. Pares, Barcelona.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter. Palatka via Jack?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Monticello, Ludlow, Boston, Decem-. !
steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New.York,
TOREE V?RY SUPERIOR ARTICLES ARE OPFE
PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF
A comp ere MANCRF, adapted to COTTON*, GR,
heretofore offered at the very high gratia of 15 I
LIME, with the addition, as heretofore, of PERUVL
per ton, if paid on or before the 1st of April next, a
A new article of about the same high grade of ?
of Cotton Seed in such a manner aa to Irisare om
GRAIN, at a lower prioe than the ETIWAN GUANO.
April next, $4.5 per ton payable lat November, 1872.
Averaging from 18 to 20 rer cent, of DISSOI
Planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of half
FREIGHT. Price $35 per ton, ir paid on or before
MW Take notice that all these FERTILIZERS an
and must help for more than one year.
W. C. BEE i
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COUPANT,
CHARLESTON. S. C.. December 20. ,
On and after THIS DAT, the NIGHT rXPRESS
TRAIN wilt leave at 5.15 P. M.. Instead or a as at
All other Schedu'es remain unaltered.
dec20-6 g; s. S ?LOMONS. Sop rlntendent.
Jp 0 R N E W Y O R K
STEW YORK AVI) CHARLESTON'
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship CHAM?
PION, P. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander, will sall rrom
Adorer's south Wharf on SATPRDAT, the 23d In?
stant, at 3 o'clock P. M.
?f Marine Insurance by this line, half per J
?sr Through Bills or Lading given on Cotton td
Liverpool. Boston. Providence and thc Sew Eng
.and manufacturing town*.
For Freight or Passage, appl? to
decao-4 JAMES ADQER A CO.. Agents.
?1 UNABD LISE MAIL STEAMERS,
LEAVING NEW YORK ON WEDNESDATS AND |
Q?2ENSTOWN SAME DAYS OF EACH WEEK.
The SATURDAY STEAMERS wl.l commence
their trips early in January, 1872.
Parties desiring to engage Passage t J or from
Europe please appply to .
decl9 WILLIAM ROACH A CO., Agents.
pACIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP OO.V"T3\
THROUOn nut TO
0 ALI FOHN IA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc abo>: une leave Pier ^i?tfm\
So. 42. North Uiver, foot of CanalSaaflK
?creer, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, Of the 16to
and Suth cr every month (except when these
tates rou on Sunday, then the Saturday preoec
AH departnres connect at Panama wita steam
'rs for South Pacific and Centrai American ports.
Departure of lfith tonches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
cisco nrst of every month, except when lt rails on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch a; Havana, bat
go direct rrom New York to Asplnwau.
one hundred poonda baggage tree to each adnu,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
it tho COMPANY'S TICKET OFFIe'E, on the
wnarr foot of Canal street, North River. New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
JpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of th^lr first-class, full powei
Iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 46 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
WISCONSIN. Capt? WILLIAMS, Dec. 13. at 7.30 A M
NEVADA Capt. FORSTTH.Dec. 20, at 1 P M
WYOMI NO.capt. WHINNER AT. Dec. 27, at 2.30 P M
MINSESOTAvCapt. aorgan.Jan. 3. at
IDAHO, CaptTTRiCK.Jan. 10, at ??
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, 5. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
?y the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Frel?ht. apply to
JAMES ADQER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
fj\ E M P L E OF FASHION,
?69 King street..269
C. H. JOHNSON
Has now on hand the
LARCEST STOCK OF FURS
ever offered in this city, in Imitation and real im?
ported goods. Sets from $3 to $150.
This Stock has been well selected, and Furs sold
by this house are warranted to be perfect.
ALSO, A LARGE STOCK OF
SILK HATS, WHICH CANNOT SE BEAT, at $5.
$6 and $7. A call ls solicited, and pleasure taken
in showing gooda. dec2-swimo
RED BY THE SCLPHT7R1C ACID AND SUPER
. CHARLESTON, S. C., viz:
MN AND TOBACCO, being the well known article
.ER CENT. DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
IN GUANO, AMMONIA AND POTASH. Price $55
nd $60 per con payable lat November, 1872.
toluble Phosphate, compounded with the elements
BOf the BEST FERTILIZERS FOR COTTON AND
Price $40 per ton, if paid on or before the 1st of
.VED BONE PHOSPHATE, and thus enabling the
that grade at a saving or ONE-HALF COST AND
the 1st of April next, $40 per ton payable lat No
i of the highest grade of SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
fe CO., G-eneral Agents,
CHARLESTOS, 8. C.
jToTT N EW TO fi K~
ON THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21ST, AT 2
O'CLOCK P. IL ,
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED ^70.
The Splendid New Iron Sile Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will sall for New
York on THURSDAY, December 21st, at 2 o'clock
P. M., from Pier No. 2, Uti lon Wharves.
Through BIOs of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS A GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste, Naples, Leghorn. Christiania. Gotten
burg, and to olasgow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New England Cities as asnaL
Insurance by steamers of this Line K per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagement?, having
very floe Deck stateroom accommoilatlo s, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street,
or to w. A. COURTENAY, N *. 1 Union Wharves.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIE8 OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine Steamship SEAGULL, Dat ron, Com?
mander, will sall Tor Baltimore, on FRIDAY, 22d
December, at 2 o'clock P. M. >
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
cit; by railroad from Baltimore without addi*
t inn al insurance, and Consignees are allowed am*
pie time to sample and sen their Goods from the
Railroad-Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
decia-5 No. 2 Union Wharves.
.pOR GARDNER'S BLUFF, VIA
GEORGETOWN, S. 0.
The steamer PLANTER, Captain J.
T. Foster, ls now receiving Freight..._
at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave
WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 6 o'clock.
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply on
board, or to RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
declS_No 177 East Bay. -
FOR EDISTO, ROCKVILLE AND WAY*
The steamer POCOSIN. Captain w.
H. Gannon, will leave as above.^
from Martel Wharf, foot of Marke', m reel, on
THURSDAY MORNING, 2lst Instant, at half past ll
o'clock. Returning, will leave Edisto FRIDAY, at
12 o'clock M. J. II. M l" RKAY, Agent.
Fare $ 160 No Meals famished.
The POCOSIN will leave Charleston again FRI?
DAY NIGHT, 221 instant, at 12 M., aad Edisto
SATURDAY, at l o'clock P. M.
Freight received every day._declg-4*
JlOR GEORGETOWN, S.
The Steamer EMILIE. Captain ?. - JjSln
C. White, will leave Commercial iCK
Wharf every SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT.
ftt 8 o'clock
Freight received on SATURDAYS and WEDNES?
All Freight and Wharfage prepaid. w
SHACKELFORD A KELLY.
nov24-SW Agents, Southern Wharf.
jp 0 R FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
??*?E?The splendid Steamers?g??SS??
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The cir Y POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
tor St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville and Pa
latka with steamers for Enterprise; also with
steamers for the Oklawaba River.
Close connection ls made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention of freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Yanderhorsi'a wharf and *ast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans*"
These Steamers connect et Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darlen, Brunswick,
Satlila River, and all intermedia-e landings.
Fi eights for these points mast be prepaid here,
^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
The Steamer .
PILOT B O Y >
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf r .JIT^t*
every MONDAY MORNING, at S o'clock,?&?3?B??%JC
for savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and span
lsh Wells. Returning will leave Savannah every
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chisolra's
Landings every TH CRSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FBLDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
jp O R FORT SUMTER
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf \?Mk
BYBBY DAY, at io o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
nov 15 ?' On Board.
an BE SUBSCRIBER HAS. OPENEDT?
L SCHOOL FOR BOYS at ma residence No, 34
on'ague street, one dr or west of Lynch. The
um al English Branches will be taught, including
Algebra, Geometry and Bookkeeping, together
wi h Latin. Greek, French and German..
An Afternoon Class has been formed for those
ofa more advanced age preparing for Co lege or
Busines?. ' 'WILLIAM SIMONS,