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MEETINGS THIS DAT.
St, Andrew's Lodge, A. P. M., at 8 P. M.
Sumter Bifle Club, at 8 P. M.
Republicans ol Ward 1, at 8 P. M.
Republicans of Ward 2, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Encampment, I. 0. 0. F., at
Charleston Dramatic Club, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
, William McKay will Bell at 10 o'clock, at
store, stock of a country store.
* THE WEATHER.
The range ol the thermometer for the past
two days at the drug store of Mr. Joseph
Blackman, on the south side ol Broad street
was as follows : Saturday, 8 A. M., 78; 10 A
M., 81; 12 M., 83; 2 P. M., 84; 4 P. M., 82; 6 P
M., 80; 8 P. M., 78. Sunday, 8 A. M., 74; 10 A
M., 76; B M., 78; 2 P. M., 79; 4 P. M., 78; 6 P
M., 76; 8 P. M., 75.
Durlog Saturday afternoon the weather on
" derwent a sudden and very agreeable change
which brought coverlids into general demand
that night. Yesterday the temperature was
as cool as October, and people gladly forsook
the light wear of Bummer for the warmer
habiliments of fall. This being the second
cool change since the first of September
ls safe to Infer that the backbone ol the sum
mer a broken._ ?_
-Chief Justice Moses ls in the city, staying
at the Waverly House.
-The German Fire Company give a ball on
Wednesday, the 2d of October.
-A dangerous hole has caved Into the
sewer in Broad street, near Church.
-A notice Irom the city treasurer to tax
payers and holders o? city st oct will be lound
in another column.
_It has been shrewdly remarked that ad
verLtslog ls the oil which wine merchants put
Into their lamps and foolish ones neglect to
-The letter or our Spartaubnrg correspon
dent, dated September 7, ic postmarked Spar?
enburg, September 14. The news bad been
Mister George Lee did not appear at the
j. Courthouse on Saturday, but the clerk did not
open the Inferior Court, Saturday being con
al de red a Judicial holiday.
-"Many Voters" have addressed a petition
to R. B. Elliott, chairman of the Republican
executive committee, asking him to decide as
to the regularity of the nomination of A. J.
Banaler for Congress. They argne that lt was
not a regular nomination.
-The CaUlopean Club meets In the Hiber?
nian Hall, at eight o'clock, this evening. This
' club has been organized by a number ol
yoting men who are anxious to obtain In?
struction In muslo. Their Instructor is Mr. R.
Senior, an accomplished vocalist.
-A dispatch announces, the arrival at Port
Royal ol the ship Lady Dufferln, from Cardiff,
Wales,'with over thirteen hundred tons ol
Iron for the Port Boyal Railroad-the vessel
drawing twenty-one feet of water, and landing
her cargo at the railroad wharf.
-The Governor has made the following ap?
pointments for commissioners or elections
and trial Justices : Beaufort County-J. G.
Thompson, vice R H. Cleaves, declined; W.
C. Morrison, vice W. J. Verdler, declined, and
J. H. Norman, for Colleton, vice C. L. John?
' -The Post Band gave a delightful prome?
nade concert upon the Battery on Saturday
afternoon. A number ol vehicles passed on
South Bay, opposite the muslo stand, during
the performance. The band were conveyed
to and from the Battery in a special car, free
. -The till' of Mr. 0. D. Abrens, on King
street, and that of Messrs. Martin & Mood, on
Meeting street, were upped on Saturday.
Fifty dollars In currency were taken from the
latter. The loss In the former case ls un?
known. Joseph Myers, alias Trlckey, has
been arrested and locked up In the Detective
office, on suspicion of having committed both
William McClosky, drunk; one dollar. John
' Mativla, drunk and disorderly; one dollar.
Robert MUls, William Murphy and Moses Max?
well, turned over to a policeman by a con?
ductor of the South Carolina Railroad on sus?
picion of having robbed a store In Summer?
ville; held for examination.
. Supreme Court.
In this court on the 14th Instant, In the case :
of J. M. Sullivan et al vs. W. M. Thomas et al, I
lt was ordered that t'je decree o? the Circuit 1
Court be modified abd the case be remanded to j
the Circuit Court for further proceedings, i
Opinion by Willard, A. J.
THE CHURCHES. !
The churches throughout the city were well
filled yesterday, both mor ni n g and afternoon.
The Huguenot Church was closed, the Rev.
C. 8. Ved der, pastor, being absent on Sulli?
van's Island for the purpose of holding ser?
vice In the new church at Moult rle vii le.
The Rev. John L. G ira rd eau, of the Glebe
street Presbyterian Church, returned to the
city last week from a short visit to North
Carolina, and preached yesterday morning to
a large congregation.
The Rev. W. H. Hanckol, of St. Stephen's
Episcopal Church, who has been absent in the
up-country, likewise returned to the city last
week and officiated as usual yesterday.
At the Cathedral Chapel, Queen street,
Bishop Lynch preached a sermon in the
morning upon the necessity ol loving both
God and man.
Services were conducted at the Orphans'
Chapel, Vanderhoret Btreet, in the afternoon
hy the Bev. J. V. Welsh.
The services at Christ Church yesterday
afternoon were very largely attended, and
were of an Interesting nature. The singing ,
was particularly fine. Au excellent sermon
on the Importance or overcoming little sins '
was preached by the rector, the Rev. J. Mer- 1
FREIGHTS FROM BALTIMORE.-There arrived
here yesterday lrom Baltimore, after a quick
run, the first-class steamship Wm. Kennedy,
Captain Foster, with one of the largest
freights ever brought here from that city.
The Wm. Kennedy belongs to the Boston and
Baltimore Line, and occupies temporarily the
place of the steamship Falcon, which vessel
ia undergoing repairs. The Kennedy is a
superior craft, quick o? movement, and com?
manded by a skilful and popular officer.
ROBBERT AT SUMMERVILLE.-The store of
Mr. Llmehouse at Summerville was ente/ed
on Thursday night last, and robbed ol three i
pleoes ef calico, twenty pairs of shoes, two ,
Colt's revolvers, and one silver watch. Three :
negro men Bnpposed to have cjmmltted the .
robbery were arrested on Saturday by the I
conductor of the early morning train on the I
South Carolina Railroad and turned over to
the policeman at the Line street Depot. They i
were carried at a later honr before the Mayor
who turned them over to the detectives for ex- ]
POLITICS ON TBK ISLANDS.
A Bowen-Macltey Meeting on Kdlsto
Breaks Up In a General Row, and Re
selves Itself Into Two Meetings.
A meeting of the dusky partisans of Mackey
and Bowen was held on EdUto Island last
Friday, In the neighboreood of the Episcopal
Church. The meeting was called to order by
Edward Hutchinson, a Bowenlte. who nomi?
nated another Bowenlte lor secretary. The
vote for secretary belog taken, the Bowenlte
was voted down, whereupon Hutchinson
arose and said that if the meeting did not ac?
cept the man whom he had nominated as sec?
retary it should have no other. This declara?
tion led to much excited Jabbering on the part
ol the crowd, during which two ebony politi?
cians proceeded to settle their differences in
pugilistic fashion. The friends of the two
champions gradually ranged themselves on
opposite sides, and in a few minutes the row
became general. A hand to band fight with
knives, sticks aud missiles of all kinds follow?
ed, which lasted about two hours. The par?
ties then drew off and carried on the battle at
longer range for some time further. The
Mackeyltes in the end retained possession of
the speaker's stand. The number of wounded
in the fray was considerable, but only about
twelve were severely Injured and still fewer
oeriously. Hutchinson, while engaged in
pommeling a Mackeyite, was struck la the lace
by a brickbat and had his Jaw bone broken.
Late iu the afternoon the assemblage was or?
ganized Into two meetings, representing the
political stars, Mackey and Bowen. These, In
company with several lesser lights, then ad?
dressed their respective gatherings. After
the adjournment of these meetings, P. P.
Hedges, the clerical politician, and a support?
er of Mackey, was assaulted and severely
beaten by several Bowenltes.
THE LAST DATS OF THE CIRCUS.
Departure of the Show-A Disorderly
nob-A Buffalo at Large.
The Great Eastern Circus concluded its per?
formances here on Saturday, and left yester?
day for Beaufort, by a special train on the Sa?
vannah and Charleston Ral Ire ad. A number
ol drays were kept busy during the great?
er part ot yesterday, In transporting the camp
equipage from the Citadel Green to the Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad depot. One un?
important break-down was the only accldeni
that attended the removal. The afternoon
and evening performances on Saturday were
as good as that of the previous evenings, and
were almost as well attended. Two colored
boys were arrested while the afternoon per?
formances were going on for throwing brick?
bats at the tents. In the evening several ne?
groes attempted to get a surreptitious look at
the show by creeping under the canvas. They
were detected by Herr Lengel, the lion-tamer,
and ordered away; they retired, and subse?
quently returned and cut holes in the canvas,
when Lengel, tor the purpose of intimidating
them, fired two blank cartridges from a pistol
which he used In making the animals perform.
The reports ol the pistol excited the crowd ol
negroes outside, which was quite large, and
for a short time a row seemed Imminent Thia
was, however, prevented by the prompt action
of the policemen on duty, who resolutely kept
the crowd back-. Lengel was arrested by
Lieutenant Webb, of the police loree, but was
released upon explaining that he meant to do
no harm, and was Ignorant ot the city ordi?
nance prohibiting firing within the city limits.
While the menagerie tents were being taken
down for the start, one ot the buffaloes got
loose and caused a general scamper, by dash?
ing over tho Green. He was soon recaptured.
REMOVAL OF TRIAL JUSTICES.
Governor Scott has removed Wm. Y. Lov?
ett, Martin Caulfield and A. M. Mackey, trial
Justices of this city, for "encouraging petty
litigation." Henry C. Inwood and Edward
Petty, trial justices of this county, have also
been removed; the former lor "bribery In of?
fice," and the latter lor general incompetency.
H. W. Schroder, ol this city, James P. Moore,
of Greenville, and Jesse C. Smith, of New?
berry, have resigned their positions as trial
Justices, and their r?signations have been ac?
OUR WHOLES ALh x'RADB.
The Experience or a North Carolina
Mere nant Among Oar Jobbers.
A Wedesboro' (N. C.) merchant writes a
lively letter from Charleston to the Pee Dee
Herald, from which we make the following
We find Charleston lull of life and activity.
Merchants having anticipated a heavy trade
tiia fall provided themselves with the ?artiest
ind most complet ? stock of goods they have
jver offered to the trade; and they are Justl
Bed la doing so, for tbelr trade, even at 1MB
season, is enormous, (twenty per cent, bettor
than same mouth last year,) aud they are kept
constantly busy day and night. Goods are
Bold lu this market at slight advance on New
fork cost, and country merchants buying
small stocks, we know, will be better profited
by buying tn Charleston than to tuy in omer
markets farther from home.
THE NEW TORE VEGETARLE MARKET.
The Dally Bulletin, ot Saturday, September
14, says :
New potatoes are plenty and a shade easier.
Sweets decidedly lower. In vegetables, egg
lant ls off a trifle. Green corn and Lima
eans less plenty and held higher. Tomatoes
steady. Other descriptions without new fea?
ture. Our quotations are in bulk; in ship?
ping order 50 cents per bbl must be added. We
quote: Early Rose at $1 50al 75, and early
Goodrich aud Jackson whites at Hal 25; sweets
$3 50a4 per bbl. We quote vegetables: Green
corn $lal 25 per 100. Red onions, per bbl, $2a
2 50; do Connecticut white $4 per bbl. 8qua*h,
marrowfat, per bbl 76ca$l. New turnips $2 20a
2 50 per bbl. Cabbages $8al2 per 100. Beete
Jersey, ?1 60. Tomatoes, 60a70c per basket.
Egg plant 50a75c per dozen. Lima beans 75c
per bag; do, shelled, $4 per busher.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-SEPT. 14 AND IS.
T. Hurley, Columbia: F. Zweefel, Norfolk;
Thoa. H. Gibbes, Columbia; J. B. Campbell,
Jacksonville; T. J. Blackwell and slater, El?
berton, Ga,; W. T. Davidson, Wallace J.
DeesBh, Auguala; W. H. Alden, wife, child and
servant, St. Helena; J. F. Burrell, Newburgh?
N. Y.;M. Carroll, Blackville; W. W. Cressey,
New York; J. H. Lynch, Philadelphia; W. S.
Dewles, Baltimore; J. H?nry, Hawklnsville,
Ga.; A. Schoch, Savannah; R. H. Ford, Phila?
delphia; D. Connel, Culverton; C. B. Norton,
New York; Nathan Appleton, Edlsto; O. P!
Burt, Brunswick; J. French, Wilmington, N
C.; H. P. Tuchmann, Philadelphia; Captain J.
R. Thomas, C. H. Campbell, New York; E. F.
John H. Kearney, Philadelphia; P. S. Wa
Bhan, Kingstree; W. B. Washan, Oakley; 8.
W. Maurice and daughter, Kingstree; F. Ailln
tler, Cincinnati; W. H. Coburn, Summerville;
John McIntyre, Wisconsin; H. J. Leich, J. G.
Newton, Circus; 8. C. Potts, North Carolina;
J. B. LuBmce, F. P. Bryan, Geo. F. McIntyre
South Carolina; W. T. Councilman, Baltimore;
Captain J. L. Breese, New Orleans; John P.
Lee, St. Stephen's; E. E. Lee, wile and two
children, Suffolk; J. Carroll, P. M. Carson,
Port Motte; J. T. Allen, Orangeburg; D. Mc
Elkins and wife, W. P. Appleby and daughter,
Reevesvllle; F. H. W. Brlggman, Orangeburg.
A WOMAN FOR TBE TIMES.
An Example That Young Meit Should
A young lady of Bamberg, South Carolina,
has cultivated twenty-two acres of cotton
during the past spring and summer, with no
other aseistance than one negro girl, whom
she hired for the year for ntty-six dollars.
The yonng lady did the hoeing, while the girl
did the ploughing. The ground was manured
with four tons of Wando fertilizer, and, it ls
estimated, will yield twelve bales of cotton,
sis of whioh have already been received by
Messrs. Reeder & Davis, factors, of this city.
In addition to the cotton, the young lady will
make an abundance of corn, peas and pota?
toes, and enough Bugar and syrup to last her
for three years. She ls only nineteen yuars of
age, and this is her first attempt to make a
crop. She nevertheless affords an example
which many young men, and middle-aged
ones too, will do well to follow.
A NEW DRT GOODS FIRM.-Messrs. dilbert,
Tovey & Glen announce this morning that they
have purchased the entire Block and good will
of Mr. A. R. Stillman, the well-known dry
goods dealer, and will continue the business at j
his old stand. These gentlemen are all expe?
rienced In the trade, and their knowledge of I
the wants of Charleston customers will go far j
to Insure the success of their house.
GENTLEMEN'S Coats, Vesta and Panta dyed,
cleaned and renewed at Otto Sonntng's, dyer,
No. 34 Wentworth street, near Artesian
Well. m_ *
"NOT VERT WELL."-A feeling of vague
bodily discomfort, which does not amount to
positive Illness, and yet ls incompatible with
health, ls often aptly described by the phrase
"not very well." This feeling usually arises
from a deficiency of the nervous power which
ls required to keep the vital machinery In
rigorous and healthful operation. Nervous
weakness has too frequently turned out to be
the prelude of some serious malady to admit
of any doubt In the matter. Inactivity of the
bodily functions as surely begets their de?
rangement as cause precedes effect. It ls,
therefore, absolutely essential for the preserv?
ation of health, perhaps of life itself, that this
warning should be promptly heeded. The
oase does not admit of delay. Revitalize the
system at once, and effectually, with Hostet
ter's Bitters-that peerless Invigorant, which,
by Infusing now bealth and strength info the
system, protects lt against disease more surely
than ever knight of old was protected by
armor of proof against his foe.
LAXO LE Y ls still making those fine Cotton
Shirts, with Irish linen fronts, for $2 CO.
Also Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds
of Ladies' furnishing goods, at very low
stitching of all kinds done to order, at No.
161 King afreet. sep9-lmo
MKS3R3. FOROHGOTT, BENEDICT '& Co. notify
the public that on or about September 20th
they will remove to their new and elegant
building, No. 275 King street Besides their
excellent stock of Dry and Fancy Good 3, they
will make lt a special department and lay In
an entire new stock of all kinds of Carpets.
Ingrain and Hemp Carpets, two and three-ply
Carpets, Venetian Floor and Stair Carpets,
Tapestry Ingrains, English Body and Tapestry
Brussels, Floor OH Cloths, all widths; Rugs,
Mats and Matting, all at very low figures.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PORCHASINO FOR
CASH.-That they can save twenty per cent
by calling and examining the stock ot Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, &c, on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 46 Wentworth street.
PLATING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50c
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. febl9-m
LAWYERS can have their Brlels printed In
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
COTTON FACTORS In need of Market Reports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
ENVELOPES, White or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASEL STREET BAZAAR
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS_By act of the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE to each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon the label on
each bottle or package. TUE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be Been on application.
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
I Views, $1 50 per dozen. HASEL STREET
ENVELOPES.-A large stock ol envelopes al?
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, ?c.,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav
ng orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his wareroome,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, ?c., from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
VERT CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy ol
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have Just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire ol fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current, issued this morning. Made
up with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, it forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; gingie copies
BOBTON-Per sehr A E Glover-225 tona old Iron,
loo casks kaolin clay, 287 obla rosin, 21 bales pa?
per stock, 70 iron bedsteads.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-6 bags
sea Island and 1235 bales upland cotton, 76 bales
.lomoatics and goods 2oo bbls naval stores, and
76 pttgs sundries.
Th? Charleston Cotton? Klee and if aval
OPFIOB CHARLESTON NEWS, )
SATUROAY KVKNiNo, September 14,1872. j
COTTON.-This staple had a quiet character,
with a very light inqury, the market showing no
Important change, salea about loo bales, say 4
at 17%, 20 at 18%. 24 at 18%, ?? at 19c ? lb. We
' LrvEBP?OL. CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to good ordinary.18 @18
Strict middling.19 @
Rios.-There was a limited business m this
grain at steady rates. Sales 33 tierces of clean
Carolina, say 8 at 8, and 25 at 8 ?ic fl lb. We
quote common to fair at l?i%, good at 8@8%c
NAVAL STORKS.-The receipts were 149 bbls
spirits turpentine so bbls rosin and 30 bbls crude
turpentine. On Friday about 300 bbls spirits tur?
pentine were sold, free on board, at 52o, and 3:0
bblB extra No 2 rosin at. $3 75 fl bbl. There
were no transactions reported to- day. Crude tur?
pentine may be quoted at $8 60 $ bbl for virgin,
$3 io for yellow dip, and $180 fer hard.
KU SIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct, nom -
aal on uplands, nominal on sea lsunrie; via New
fork, 9 lsd on .oplanda, - on sea islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on rea islands nominal.
To Havre - on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 60on uplands and - on sea islands;
$2 fi tterco on rice; eoe fl bbl on roam
by sall Kc ft lb on cotton; - f? tierce
on ric?; soc Vi barrel on rosin; $8 fi M on
mm uer ; ?io fi M on timber. To Boston, by sall,
Xe f* hs on upland cotton; rosin eso; resewed
staff $10310 so; phosphate $5@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fi Mon boards,%c fl lb oo
cotton; by steam $l fl bale on New York rates,
ro Phllaielphia, by steam $2 fi on cotton;
by sail, $8fi M on boards; $9 60010 on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $ sat s so on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by i tea tn KO fl Bi by aaU, $0 60@7 fi
H on boards; $898 60 on timber; $8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rook. Vessels are in de?
mand by our merchants to take lamber freights
from Georgetown, s. O., Darien and satin a River,
aa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10^12 fi M are the rates on lumber and
ExeuAKOx-sterling 60 day bills 20%.
DOMESTIC Elz CH ANO a.-The banks pnrohase
alght checks on New Tork ai %@% per cent, off,
and soil at par.
marketa ny Telegraph.
PARIS, September 14.
Noon.-Rentes fifif. 37c
NSW YORK, September 14.
Noon.-Stocks dall. Gold ti m a- 13%. Money
easy at 4. Exchange-long 8; short o. Govern?
ments dull and steady. State bond-? quiet.
Evening.-specie shipments to-day $.'60,000.
Money easy at 2a4. Sterling 8. Gold 13%al3%.
Governmeuts very doll and steady. Slates very
qalet-new South Oarollaas not quite so firm.
LIVERPOOL, Septfmber 14.
Noon.-Cotton opened heavy; uplands 9%d,
Later.-Cotton closed heavy and unchanged;!
sales 8000 bales; speculation and export 2000.
Nsw YORK, September 14.
Noon.-Cotton irregular; sales 1H4 bales; up
laudable, Orleans 'ilxe.
Evening.-Cotton Irregular: sales 1114 bales; up?
lands 21 c, Orleana 2iXo. Sales of cotton futures
to day 11,600 bales, aa follows : september, 19%a
19%; ociober, 18 ll-16al8 16-I8c; November,
18 n-16at8%c; December, I8%al816-16c; January,
19 3-iGaio 6-iec; February, 19 n-iaaie 1310c;
BOSTON, September 14.
Cotton quiet; middlings ll%o; gross receipts I
525 bales; salea 800; Block 0:00.
PnrLAOKLPBiA, September 14.
Colton quiet: middlings 2i%c.
B ?LTIMJKK, September 14.
Cotton dull; middlings 21c; gross receipts 119 J
bales; sales 6; stock 868.
Non FOLK, September 14.
Cotton dall; low middlings I8%ai8%c; net re- j
celpta 210 bales; ixporiB coustwtse 32; stock iocs |
WILMINGTON, September 14.
Cotton quiet; mldddnga i8%c; net receipts 120
biles; sales 13G; stock 257.
SAVANNAH, September 14.
Cotton irregular; good ordinary 17c; low mid?
dlings 16%; middlings 18%; net receipts 1187
tmles; exports coastwise 283; sales ?io; stock
AUGUSTA, September 14.
Tho market opened with a moderate demand at
18XC for mlihiiiugs and closed quiet; we quote
strict middlings ab >utl8Xc; middlings 18%al8X; j
low middlings 18al8%; buyers and sellers consid
erably ai vallance tn regard to quotations; eales
426 bales; receipts 592.
LOUISVILLE, September 14.
Cotton dnll with nothing doing; middlings
20%c; receipts 121 bales; Block 36.
NASHVILLE. September 14.
Weekly receipts 123 b?les; sblnments 163; spin?
ners 34; stock in 1871, 264; in 1872, 139.
MEMPHIS, september 14.
Cotton Armer, but Inactive: orcluary leaiaxc;
good ordinary 18%al8xc; low middlings I8%a
IBU; middlings T?xc; receipts 262 bales; ship?
ments 185; stock 2060.
MOBILE, September 14.
Cotton dall and easier; good ordinary l7%a I
I7%c; low middlings i8Xc; middlings 18%c; net 1
re. dp ts 443 bales; Bales 3u0; stock 2608.
NBW ORLEANS, September 14.
Cotton unsettled: ordinary and good ordinary
no market; low .middlings 18Xal8%c; middlings
nominal; net receipts l?7 bates; gross 1833; ex?
ports coastwise 108&: sales 1260; stock 16.046;
516 bales deducted from net to cancel error made
, . GALVESTON, september 14.
Cotton dull and nomiual; ordinary 16c; Rood
or Inary I0%c; net receipts 88-2 o ilea; exports
coastwise 2033: sales luO; steck 10,070.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, September 14.
Noon .-Breadstuffs and provisions quiet.
NBW YORK, September 14.
Noon.-Flour steady. Wheat Orin. Corn steady
and quiet. Pork steady; mess $14al4 20. Lard
fteady; ateam 8%a9%c. Turpentine quiet; at
68XC. Rosin dali $4 20a4 2i for strained.
Evening.-Flour active and 6al6c better; com?
mon to fair extra $7 76al0; good to choleo $10 05a I
12 60. Wheat-spring la2c lower. Corn active
and Armer. Pork active. Groceries and naval
stores quiet and steady.
_ , , WILMINGTON, September 14.
spirltB turpentine, market quiet at 66 cents.
RO.-.1D, market quiet at $3 66 for strained. $4
ror low No l, $4 26 for No l, $3 76 for extra nale,
S& for low pare, $6a& 50 for pule. Crude turpen?
tine, market Arm at ?3 25 Tor hard, $6 26roryel
low dip and $5 26 for virgin. Tar, market firm at
BOSTON, September 12.
COFFEE.-Tho demand lor coffee has been more
acilve; but prlcea are easier and the tendency of
tne rauntet ls to lower rates. The stock, how?
ever, lu leading markets ls small compared with
previous years, and, with au uverage consump?
tion, priced are likely io rally again. Salea com?
prise 600 baas Rio at i4Xal8c gold; 12JO pockets
Java ut i9.,2oc gold; 20J bags Maracaibo atiGalhc;
and 190 bagBSt Domlugo at 14c gold. The bulk or
rope conlulae8 to De taken for exp?rt to Eu
COTTON.-The market for this arti le has been
quite lluctuailng ourlog the past week, aud prl-es
are easier ana Irregular. Manufacturera have
purchased only in lut* aa wanted, and we quote
ordinary ati7al8c; good ordinary at 20a21c; low
middling at 2lXa22c, and mldddug at 22%a23.; per
lb, including upiandflaud Gulf. Tnere ls a scarci?
ty of the beti er grades, but demand quite limited
at the cloBe, and the marnet very unsettled aud
DOMESTICS.-There la more activity to notice lu
cotton gouda and some roui.d lota have been con?
tracted for at quoted prices. Woollens ard* in
more request and desirable atylea have been in
K Uier ',lemat|d than for some previous weeks, and
tne jobbing trade hus been more active than for a
GUNNY BAGS.-The market ls duli and prices
are nominally I4al5c currency.
GUNNY i LOTH.-me market for this article has
been quite active, with sales of 3*4000 rolls do?
mestic at 13%al4c per jurd, currency. Calcutta
cloth ls sold at 120 currency with small sales.
HAY.-This article t? dull and prices continue to
ravor buyers. The sales have been at $20a26 per
ton for new and $.'6a28 per ton for old.
NAVAL STORES -spinta turpentine has ad?
vanced, with sales at 68a60c per gallon. Tar ls
selling at $4 50ai76 per bbl. In rosin the sales
have been looo bbls of the different grades at fun
prices. Pitch has been selling at $4 50a4 75 per
RICE.-In Rangoon there have been farther
sales of f>oo bags at 7a7%c and 200 bags Patna at
7Xa7%c per lb. Carolina rice ls scarce and has
been selling in small lots at 9a9Xc per lb. New
crop will soon be arriving.
New York Rice Market.
NEW YORK, September 14.
The Dally Bulletin saya: The Inquiry ls fair
and holders adhere to former quotations. Sales
of 250 bags Rangoon at 6%a7%c, 60 baga Patna
at 7%a8c, and^o tierces Carolina at 8%a9%c.
New York Naval ?tores market.
NEW VOBE, September 14.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 1620
bois rosin, 45 do spirits turpentine, spirits open?
ed Arm this morning at ?0a59Kc bat later De
came weak and closed wit h offerings at 6lc, ror
merchantable order without baye?. Sales loo
obis at 69c- ror Southern, s nd 60c for New York
bbls 50New York bbls at otc, 60 soathern bbls at
59ii, 6 obis at 53 Kc. Rosin has rul-d quiet, but
without essential change. Sales -?60 bbls strained
at S4 26, and 560 pale at $<t ,5 60.
WILMINGTON, September 14.
SPIBIT8 TURPENTINE-Tie market Bhows a de?
cline of lc since yesterday ; still lt ls firm a', 05 Kc
per gallon; Salea reporten les bbls at the acove
Rosis.-Market quiet, sales or 1668 bbls at
$3 65 ror strained. $3 70 for No 2, $3 80 for extra
No 2. $4 25 ror No 1, $4 60 for extra No 1,16 for
low pale, $6 60 tor pale, 6 75 for extra pale, and $7
ror window galas.
CRUDE TURPBNTINK.-Market quiet, sales of
289 bbls at $5 26 ror y eliot? dip and virgin, and
$8 25 for hard.
TAB.-Market quiet and Qrm. Sales of 123 bbls
at $8 io per bbL
COTTON,-Market qnlet. Sales of 136 bales at
l?Xc for ordinary. 18c fer good ordinary, 18J?C,
for low middlings, and is KC ror middlings.
Weekly Review ot* Augusta Markets.
AtronsT A, september 13.
Daring the past week a good demand has pre?
vailed for cotton, although but few buyers were
In the market, and the offerings have been folly
equal to the demand. The receipts have more
than doubled those of tho previous week. Indica?
ting the rapid opening of the crop and great
activity of plantera in tie cotton districts tribu?
tary to Augusta Pricer, have exhibited a de?
clining tendency throughout tho week,the market
opening ac 19>?altJ>?c icr middling, and closing
to day at I8<?ai8>?c- full;/ lc on"from the opening
Total sales or the week....2,837
COTTON FUTURES.-Thore was but a single
transaction on 'Change during the week-100
bales, October delivery, at Augusta, at 17Xe
COTTON SI ATBMBNT.
Stock on hand September 1, 1872. 9A6
Receipts since to date..3,936
Exports and home com umptlon....;.2,710
Steck on hand this da/(Sept. 13, 1872.)....2,191
Interior Cotton Marketa.
ORANGKBURQ, September 13.
Sales daring the week 315 bales. We quote:
Ordinary 16; low middlings 17X1 middling 17J?c.
WINNSBORO,' September 14.
For the past two days 169 bales have been sold
in this market at 17an?ic.
MACON. September 18.
Quite a large amount of cotton was received
yesterday, considering the time or year. The
mxrket was qalte unsettled and declining: In fact,
lt has not as yet been established, nor will lt be
until English purchasers come into he market
Tho top price was IT .KC Bayers seem to be
plenty, for there was more sold than received.
Receipts to-day 838 bales; sales 339; shipp?d 181.
COLUMBUS, Srptember 13.
Week's sales 493 balea-266 Northern spinners,
60 home consumption, remainder speculation.
To-day our market dnll and lifeless and prices
almost nominal. Currency reported scarce. Low
middlings 18; middling* IS.KC Week's receipt*
1126 bales, against 363 the previous one and 229
the corresponding week last season; shipments
MONTQOMBBY. September 18.
The market ls dull atlSXc for low mid clings.
COLOMBIA. S. C., September 13.
Sales of cotton to-day 73 bales; middlings IT Kc
ROOK HILL, september 18.
For the past week prices have steadily declined
and to-day we cannot quote middlings over l7)?a
17 Xe; sa es or the week 201 balea.
UNION, September 12.
Cotton nal7,Kc; ll balea sold doting the week.
LAUREKS, september 12.
Cotton la selling at 17c.
The Iron Trade.
WOLVERHAMPTON, August 30.
Beal Iron was firm on 'Change here inls after?
noon; flrst-clasj makers displayed no disposition
to yield. Their commitments are at present so
considerable and their expenses so very heavy
that they can see no prospect of being able long
to maintain any serious alteration in existing
rates. Farther, the supply of fuel, though im?
proved, yet ls not equal to the requirements, and
considerable delay 1B here and tuere the result
That matters In this respect will improve lu the
ensuing three months ls altogether unlikely. The
ironmasters cemplatn very much of the persis?
tent determination or the men to keep them with
very small supplies of everything which they
need. The remark apples as well to the makers
of pig as or finished iron. At present the supply
of pig iron keeps nearly up io the requirements
of tho forges, because of the arrivals which have
lately taken place by ran.
The finished article will be greatly Influenced In
respect of the capability of producers to accept
lower rates. Merchant and others are making a
persistent attempt to induce the makers of best
iron to give way, bat they ire only seldom suc?
cessful. AB a rnle, Iron or first quality remains
in sufficient demand to make the producers vt ry
strong In their quotations. The noted makers of
marked bars, for example, will not vary their
terms In any degree; nothing under ?16 will be
accepted tor the ordinary makes, sud when more
than the usual num ber or letters are required (the
letters Indicating quality) more money has to hi
given In proportion to the quality, with'tho
orders such firms have still In hand the new busi?
ness ls sufficient to keep them well employed.
RAYANA, September 9.
The following ls the report of the Havana mar?
ket for the week ending September 7:
Sugar-Market opened At m, but closed dull and
irregular. Merchants refuse to purchase, owing
to the high demands of holders. Nos io to 12 D s
ni.Kall reals per arrobe; Nos 16 to 20 D S lirais
reals. Molasses susar In fair demand at SX'OX
for NOB 8 to 10. Muscovado sugar-Grocery grades
Armer, stock or i agar In warehouse at Havana
and Matanzas 203,400 boxes and 16,800 hhds. Mo?
Naval stores Armer.
Lumber-White pine Arm at J41a43 per M; pitch
pine quiet at ti1), cooperage stock Aar.
Freights quiet (-.nd weaic; shippers refuse to
elis rt er owing to Hie unsettled state or the mar?
ker. To Northern and Southern ports In the Uni?
ted states, per bon. sugar, 75ca$l; per hogshead
of sugar, $ Jut 60; per hogshead or molasses $2 60
HS 5.1. To Falmout lt and orders, 33H per ton.
Exchange quiet and steady. On the United
States, co days, currency, 3>?a4>? premium; OJ
days. gold, is vail K premium. On London, ?9X
aao premium, on Paris I3aitiK premium.
Receipts per llallroad, September 14.
SOUTH OAROLTNA RAILROAD.
805 bales cotton, 91 bales goods, 27 bbls spirits
turpentine, 160 bbls rosin and crude. 170 bbls and
623 sacks llour. 468 sacks gralu, 3 cars stock. To
Railroad Agent, Mowry A t>ou, Pelzer, Rongera A
co, W B Williams A Son, W W Smith. Pringle A
Son. A J Salinas, W P Dowling, O U Walter A co,
C Lelbenrood. W E. Ryau, Geo W Williams A co,
Kinsman A (lowell. Chapeau A co, John Camp?
een A co, W H Jones A co, Laurey, Alexander A co,
J N Robson, H Bischoff A co. Witte Bros, L D De
Saussure, T V Smith, Reeder A Davis, A S smith,
Johnston, Crews A co, Tren holm A Son, Steifes s,
Werner * Ducker, Sloan A selgnleus, W Gurney,
Wlss A co. Caldwell A Son, W a cha ree A co, P o
Trenholm, O F Wletera.
177 bales cotton, 31 bbla spirits turpentine. 318
bbls rosin, cats of lumber, mdse, Ac. Tu Wnll
den A Jones, Barden A Parker, Kinsman A How?
ell, E B Frost A co, Wm K Ryan, Q W Williams
A co. Thus P Smith, Pclser, Rodgers A co. A J
Salinas, Reeder A Davis, A S Smith, C F Levy,
0 Lelbenrood, Trenholm A Son, Pringle A Son,
Murdaugh A Weekly, U H Walter A co, Crawley A
Dehon, Wilcox, Gibbs A co. Caldwell A Son. John
Colotough, Ravenel A co, W P Dowling. Nacbman
A co, E Welling, ii D stoney. Dowle, Moise A Da?
vis. N ft Railroad Agent, cotton unclaimed, and
Per steamship Manhattan, ror New York
W H Mauldln. wife, chi d and servant. T W Bliss,
Judge Graham, J H Br?ning, W T Davidson, W J
Delph, Bliss L M King, Miss E Thompson, Misa L J
Reid, J Melchers, Mrs Jolla Mehrten?, Mrs Booth,
Miss Clare, Mra H Goldsmith and child, J J Erwin,
T Q Vince. E scott. R North, C Pletige. P W New
ton, J Hrauagan and wire, J Correll and two chil?
dren, Mrs B J Whaley, Mrs M J Zeruow, Misa j MC
Klhose, B W Tomilnson, wire aud cnlld, B E Hol?
loway, J Mettzier, J H Mensing, R Q Pluckuey, H
Brandes, R N Oakman, RS Egleston.
Per steamship Wm Kennedy, from Baltimore
John Rugheiraer, wire and Ave children, J connes,
A Marlon, J R Stack, Jr.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and savannah. Ga-D O
Wilson, Mrs Wilson, Miss Wilson, - Ferric, A B
Hemmingway, and ten deck.
rOHI CALEN VAK,
New Moon, 2d, 7 hours, 34 min?tes, evening.
First Quarter, loth. 8 hours, 44 min?tes, evening.
Full Moon, loth, lt hours, 46 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 24ih, 8 hours, 2 minutes, evening.
B. A B. WATER.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.. .SEPTBMBBB 16,1872.
i -at se des 46 min 83 sec. ! Lon TB deg- 67 min 27 Ber.
Sehr B O Rommel, Risley, Philadelphia-6 days.
Coal. To F P Selgnloua.
Sehr Constitution, wicka. New York, - days.
Coal. To U n Quartermaster.
>loop Julia Dean, llama. Combahee. 1200 bush?
els rough rice. To W 0 Bee k co.
Boat from christ Church. 2 bags sea island cot-j
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Edlsto. 4 baga sea island cotton. To
Stoney A Lowndes
Boat from St Andrew's. 2 bags sea bland cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from John's Island. 4 bags sea island cot?
ton. To W A Boyle.
Received from Chlsolm's Mills. 40 tee rice. To
J R Pringle A Son, D McPherson, W A Boyle.
Steamship Wm Kenned?, Foster. Baltimore
left 12th instant. Mdse. To Mordecai Sc co. PO
Trennant, S O Railroad Agent, N E italiroad co,
A W Eckel A co, Kanapanx A Gonzalez N M Parr,
John Hurkamp A co. p Wlueman A co. Ravenel A
co, J G Mlinor A co, G J Lunn, B Feldmann A co," |
W U Boring. Quackenbash, Estin k co, Buletten k
Wohl tm nn, u Llheutbal k co, A Nimitz k co. D
Fitzgibbon, Si ericas, Werner A Ducker, Uart & co,
W H Chafee A co, c Claclns, R Wulte. D H Sllcax.
P B Lalane A co. O Qoettlng, J N Robson, otto F
"Wleters, KThomllnBon A co, P P Toale Kinsman
Bros, J F Taylor A co, I H Hall A co, F Fisher. D
Paul A co, Buroelster A Zeriist, H KU tte k co, H
Bischoff A co, J H V?llers, J u II Claussen, John
Graver k Bro, B O'Neill. M Klein, L E Connor k
Son. J campsen k co, H L Bart, O E A A 8 John
son. P Wineman k co. Tiedeman, Calder k co, S R
Marshall A co, C F Sch wet t man, L Neumeyer. W
L Webb. W F Rice, Lanrey, Alexander A co, Wm
S h roder, Wagener k Monsees, Maotoue k co, 8
A Woodside, atoll. Webb A co. ll Leldlng.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and savannah. 7J bales
cotton, vanilla, mdse, and sundries. To Ravenel
k co, Witte Broo, Plnckney Bros, W B Willlama
A Soo, G W Williams A co, Stoocy A LnwudeS,
Allison A Morriaon, steamer Allison, W M Bird A
co, G H lograham k Son, Fraser A.Dill. Mordecai
A co. J D Kirkpatrick-, N B Porter, W H Chafee k
co, J A Murray, Terry A Nolen, and others.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
Sehr A E Glover, Dayton, Boston-M Goldsmith
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhnu, New York.
Sehr M C Mosley, Wrann, Beaufort, S 0.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
sehr Guy R Phelps, Shailer, at Jacksonville, 9th
sehr E S Gllderslecve, Shailer, at Jacksonville,
Scnr 0 A Bentley, Falkenburg, at Jacksonville,
st i september.
OP FOR THIS PORT. "'
Sehr Lewis Ebrmau, Fooks, at Baltimore, 18th
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York, 12th
Brig Galdng Star, Freethey, at New York, llth
sehr Garret P Wright, Cropper, at Baltimore,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Glencoe, Collyhorm, from Havana,
The sehr David NlcnMs. Wyman, from Charles?
ton for Thorn asi on, which put Into Norfork on 4th
instant, leaky, was surveyed 6th, and found much
strained and making 2500 strokes of water per
hour; her deck load and part of under deck cargo
would be landed, so that she could be tafea on
th? railway tor further examination.
The sehr Adolph Hugel. Davis, from George?
town, s O, arrived at New York 12th inst.
LIST OF VES8BL9
DP, CLEARED AND S AH .ED FOB TUM PORT.
F O R E 1 G N .
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, sailed.August 23
The Granton, Howland, saded.July 26
Br bark Fl ?le de l'Air, Jones, np.August 27
The Tiber, Miller, sailed.Aug 23
The Cormorant, Hansen, Bailed.August 13
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.July 31
Br bark Glencoe, Colly horm, Bailed.Sept 6
Brig O O Colson,-, up.Sept 6
Schi- J H Ua.nc.ck, Crowed, up.sept 8
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, cleared.Sept 12
Brig Rio Grande, McLellan, cleared.Sept 6
Brig Guiding star, Freethey, cleared.sept ll
Sehr Myrover, Brown, cleared.>ept 7
Sehr Jarnet, Tllton, cleared.August 6
Sehr B N HawRlus, Wyatt, np.sept 7
Sehr Jonas smith. Hodukuuon, cleared...Sept io
Sehr A Murcr.ie, Merrill, cleared.Sept 0
Scnr Minnie, Hudson, up.Sept lo
Sehr Traveller, Uodgea, up.sept ii
Brig Haze, Hooper, cleared.Sept -
Sehr G P Wright, Cropper, cleared.Sept 12
Sehr Lewis Ehrman, Fooks, up.Sept 18
Sehr M E Vancleaf, Thorndike, aaU'd....August 28
Sehr Wi ile Luce, Talbot, up.Sept 7
IS eva lJ"nblu:aiions.
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apply to HENRY C&.RU,
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OU NEW YORK.
The superior first-class Sldewheei steamship
CHARLESTON'. James Btrrv, Commander, will
sall from Adger's South Wharf on TCTKSD AT
the l?th iDStanr, at 6 o'clock P. M.
9- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Pro vid en oe, and the New Eng.
Land manufacturing towns.
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stateroom accommodations, apply to
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rflHE PHLTADELPHIA ISON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hnnwr,,
Are now regularly on the Line, msunng a nm
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?antes at both termini, afford rapid transportation
) and from ail points in the Cotton states, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest.- Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
aar The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Brown'B Wharf, on FRIDAY, September 20, at s
O'clock P. M. -., . *- -a' .,-inu
?-The GULF STREAM WiU follow., J,?
Fdr particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves,
W. P. CLYDE Sc CO., General Agents, No. IS
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia, ft
septH . _.?? ? .. '
OK NEW YORK.
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, AT 7
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NEW IRON STEAM IiLNE-ESTABLISHED 1670
STATE-ROOMS ALL OB DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheal steamihip
GEORGIA, Hohnes, Commander. ?. will
sall for New York onTHuasDAT, Septemberl?,^t
7 o'clock P. M.. rrom Pier Na 2, Union Whaftre*.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool anZttha
New England Clues as nsnaL
Insurance by Steamers of this Line x per cent.
Far Freight or Passage Engagements, having
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to WAGNER* HUGER A CO., No. 28 BrCfdJWSV
or to WM. A? COURTENAY,No. l UnionWharves*;
8?pl3 _ . '
"171 O R BOSTON.
The steamship MERCEDITA, Captain ^RSHBL
Marsnmau, will sall from Vandorhorst'sSBIHsV
Wharf on SATURO ?T, the 21st inst. Freight, tasen/
at reasonable rates.
For "WrW^B^AD01B*??i:- i !
J10R BALTIMOB E,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
nfl rag? TO ZMimmi
1'HIL. ADELPHI A, BOSTON,
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST. . t
The Fine steamship WM. KENNEDY -'->?
Oom manser, will sall for Balttmojre. on THURS
DAT, lflth September, at 7 o'clock P. M. ? - . ,
a? Philadelphia Freights, forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without. ad?.,
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ample time to sample and sen their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to- :
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent, ..'
8epi4-s - No. a Union Wharves.
pHANGE OF SAILING DATS. ,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN. |
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier^rfsHfc '
No 42 North River, footof Canal street. TWkW?
New York, at IS o'clock noon, of the Baa ?Kn
and aoth of every month, except when thesedates.
rail on sunday, then the Saturday preceding. - ,
All depart urea connect at Panama wttftStSMI*
ere for south Paclflc and Oemtral American porta..
For Japan and Ubina, Steamers leave Sao fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt fans on -
Sunday-then on the day preceding. .
No California Steamers ton ;h at Havana,bat
M direct rrom New York to AsptnwalL .
One hundred poa ida baggage free, to each adult..
T??? information, apply
at tte COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, onjt?e
itt f?canal e^?^
EEGULAR LINE FOB GEORGETOWN,
s O TOUCHING AT SOOTH ISLAND,'
'KB?THFIELD AND WAVERLY MILLS.
The Steamer EMILIE. CftPt?ta C.^g>
n White, ls now receiving Freight WSSSm
at commercial Wharf, and will leave as atuve
on " OESDAVMIOHT, September 17th, at 9 o'clock.
sepia-?. Agent*, North Atlantic Wharf.
tSiaV FROM SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, TOUOH
INO AT MOUNT PLEASANT GOING AND RE?
The Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan's
Island Ferry Company will run one^._
or their Steamers every EVENING, commencing
WEDNESDAY, the nth Inst., leaving Ferry wharf,
foot of Market street, at 7 o'clock, P. M.; return?
ing, leave the Island at 10>i o'clook, P. M., until
inn her notice. '
Fare for round trip. 35 cents. .
Sepio E. PRENDERGAST, Agent. -
jl O R
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, ? _ ^-tT^w
Captan: L. M. C'oxetter, will leave JatSS?K?m
Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING, at nan pail 3
o'clock, ror SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE FA LAT li A, AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
Returning, DICTATOR wUI leave PALATKA
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SAVANNAH SUNDAY MORN?
ING, arriving (here SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
AU Way Fi eight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
commcdattons, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Yanderhorat'a Wharf and East Bay.
Jnly27 _ - i
rj!HE HIGH SCHOOL OF CHARLESTON^
The exercises of this Institution will be resumed
on TUBSDAY, october 1st. Careful Instruction im?
parted in the ordinary and the higher branches ot
English, in Greek. Latin, German, French, Mathe?
matics and Bookkeeping. Roys prepared for col?
lege or for an entrance upon business pursuits.
Terms $io per quarter, payable in advance. No
extra charge-. J*
VIRGIL C. DIBBLE, A. M., Principal
WILLIAM SIMONS, A. M., Assistant
CHARLES P. LANNEAU, M D.?i J"T411
L. DuBOS, A. M" French Master.