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StEETINOS THIS DAT.
Irish Volunteer Elfie Club, at 8 P. M.
Friendship Lodge, K. P., at half-past 7 P. M.
Carolina Elfie Clnb, at 8 P. M.
Carolina Independent Boat Club, at half past
8 P. M. 9
AUCTION BALES THIS HAT.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, hams and shoulders.
. John G. Mllnor & Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, dry goods, clothing, Ac.
Paul B. Lalane & Co. will sell at hair-past 9
o'clock, at their store, hams, mackerel, coro.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, hate, millinery goods, Ac.
-The City Council meets at five o'clock this
-Mr. Henry Sparnlck, editor of the Aiken
Tribune, bas been nominated by the Republi?
cans of Aiken County for the office of probate
-City Contractors May and Powers, to?
gether with a number of their drivers, were
reported yesterday for thro wins offal and gar?
bage upon a vacant lot In President street.
-The pood near the intersection ol Rut?
ledge and Calhoun streets was drained off yes?
terday. An immense number of tbe finest
mallet were left in the mud, and the negro
1 boys gathered them by the bushels.
-Conductor Boumlllat, of the City Raliway
car No. 7, lost his pocketbook, yesterday, con?
taining about fourteen dollars in tickets and
currency. The finder will greatly oblige the
conductor by leaving lt at the City Railway
Office, Broad street.
REPUBLICAN WARB MEETINGS.
In accordance with a call of E. W. M.
Mackey, county chairman of the Regular Re?
publican party, meetings were held last eve?
ning in each of the wards for tbe purpose of
electing ward officers. The meetings were
well attended, and were ot an orderly nature.
-The following le the result as far as ascer?
Want No. 1.
W. N. Tait, president; D. H. F?rst, first vice
president; J. A. Williams, second vice-presi?
dent; James F. Greene, secretary; H. L. Ben
Ward No. 3.
Thomas H. Jones, president; W. J. McKin?
lay, vice-president; F. M. Johnstone, secre?
Ward No. 3. .
J. Bruce Howard, president; H. J. Mahers, f
vice-president; W. E. Burke, secretary, and ,
W. E. Elliott, treasurer. f
Ward No. 4.
8. G. Russell, president; P. L. Miller, vice
president; A. M. Mackey, secretary; W. G. ,
Fields, treasurer. ?
Ward No. 5. f
A. F. Gregorio, president; Alfred Bernard t
?toe-president; Samuel Mears, and E. B. Greg?
orio., secretaries;-Fraser, treasurer.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
The following transiera of real estate In c
Charleston County have been registered at ,
th? m?me conveyance office dnrlng the past t
November 27th, 1868. Lota on Bay t
street, Hampstead, C. H. Bte
?vena, per executor, to Eliza F.
Smith.$9,800 00 '
Joly 25th, 1872. Lot Rose lane, W. W. t
Graves and others, to James B.
Campbell, In trust. 400 00
Augnst 31st, 1872. Ferry slip, foot of !
Queen street, Duryea A Cohen, to a
City Connell ot Charleston. 306 1.1 "
September 7th, 1872. Lots w. s. New
street, George E. Gibbon, to Wm. v
F. Ostendorn", trustee. GOO 00 c
FOR BALTIMORE -The fine steamship WIN
Ham Kennedy will sail for Ballimore on Thurs?
day next; This ship has a much larger freight t
capacity than the other Baltimore steamers, t
being able to carry twelve to fifteen hundred t
barrels more of merchandise. The ample i
room and Increased facilities afforded by the t
Kennedy should command the attention of i
all shippers. "* j.
TBS CALLIOPEAN CLUB.-A meetihg of this 11
dub was held at the Hibernian Hall last even- '
lng, at which a committee was appointed to
draft a constitution and set ot by-laws to be
acted upon at the next meeting. An election
for officers will likewise take pjace at that
time. The club ls composed ol t?any^froml
nent young men, and promises, under the
management of Mr. Senior, to be completely j
successful. I tl
THE CONUAREE BRIDGE.-The Columbia B,
Union says: "Rapid progress ls being made j ?
on the new bridge over the Congaree river.
The fifth ot the spans has been commenced.
The structure ls ot tbe most substantial kind,
and the work and design reflects credit upon
all engaged. The scene In the vicinity ls a | [
busy one. Houses have been erected for the
convenience ot the workmen, and to view the
hoge piles of lumber and Iron puzzles one to 0
Imagine where lt all can be used. The piers a
have been raised about four feet, and there ls r
no danger ol damage by freshets." t
PAINFUL ACCIDENT.- -Mrs. A. Langer, wife
of the Market street fruiterer, fell from the
- second story piazza of ber husband's new
?tore In Market street near Church, about
half-past ten o'clock yesterday morning, and
fractured her right leg a little above the
knee. Dr. Mood was called lo, and, after ex?
amination, pronounced the injury a simple
fracture. The accident was caused by an at?
tempt en Mrs. Langer's part to walk on a 1
plank across an opening for a stairway. The [
plank broke and precipitated the lady to the
? first floor, a distance of about twelve feet. r
Last evening she was doing well. '
DEATH OP A VETERAN PRINTER.-Mr. JoBhua t
Burle, a veteran Charleston printer, died at a
seven o'clock yesterday morning. For many v
years he was foreman of the Charleston Mer- y
cory, only resigning that position on account d
of 111 health. He was subsequently the agent I
of the Mount Pleasant Ferry Company, and r
during the war captain of a supply steamer.
Daring the last three or lour years he worked 1>
at the case; chiefly in the Republican office, d
Mr. Borle was a warm-hearted and consclen- 1
tiona mao, and was universally liked. His 1
fanerai will take place this morning, and will
be attended by .?Bena Fire Eugine Company, ol
which organization the deceased was a mern-1
ber for about thirty years.
SPELL YOCR NAME CORRECTLY.-Nobody of y
the name of Thompson likes to see his name f
spelt Thomson, and vice versa; so with Clark j
and Clarke, Simmons aud Simons, Johnson
and JehnBton, Brown and Browne, and vari?
ous other names of similar sound but differ- \
?nt spelling. Messrs. Walker, Evans & Cogs- a
well do not wish to offend any of their d
numerous frtendB who rejoice in those names, c
and have taken especial pains to try and get r
them right for their city directory, but errors c
may occur and they, therefore, ask as a favor 0
that any one very particular about the spell- ?
Log of his or her name will send them definite j
Instructions. A large part of the book is now E
In type, and all advertisements and other mat- v
tar Intended for lt should be tarnished at ^
jm?e. Office No. 3 Broad street, second story, IL
King and Cannon streets Brightening
Up-Kew Building? on St. Phillp and
At no period since the close of the war have
the people of Charleston been more hopeful
of the future than now, and in no year since
that epoch has every branch of trade been so
active at this season. These facts are proved
by the large amount of repairing and build?
ing now in progress, to which every day makes
The antiquated brick Iront of the store at the
southwest corner of King and Beaulaln streets,
occupied by Messrs. John M. Greer & Son,
booksellers, la about to be pulled down by
Mesare. Sawner & Ferguson, contractors, and
replaced by a new and handsome Iron front.
The new front has been cast at the foundries
of the Phoenix Iron Works, John F. Taylor &
Co., and ls similar lo the front of Menke &
Muller's new store, at the corner of King and
Wentworth streets. When put up it will con?
sist of two large show windows on Klug street,
with a doorway between, and a large show
window on Beaufain street. The King street
windows will be about eight leet wide by
twelve high and six deep, with square head?
ings, and will have four lights each ol plate
glass. The door will be eight feet wide and re?
cessed from the street six feet. The coin m oe,
five in number, four for King and one for
Beaulaln street, are Bquare and of the Corin?
thian order. The work will be finished about
the first of October.
The old stand of A. B. Stillman, now occu?
pied by the new dry goods firm of Culbert,
Tovy & Glen, has been brightened up by a
Iresh coat of cream colored paint. The name
of the firm ls also being painted on the win?
Mr. C. C. Righter, the popular proprietor of
the Uasel street Bazaar, ls fining up the
wilding a lew doora east of his present stand,
ung known as George's Restaurant, with a
plew to changing' his quarters. The building
la in the hands ot Mr. George W. Egan. A
new Iron front cast at the Phoenix Iron Works
will take the place of the brick one now
standing. It will consist of one door, with a
show window on either side, all having square
headings, and four fluted Corinthian columus.
Mr. Righter will move into his new stand
about the 20th of October.
Four or five residences la Caa no: . street,
between Coming and Rutledge, have been re?
cently repainted. The color that has been
chiefly usod Is white, with green windows.
On the north side of Society street, a few
leora east of Anson, Messrs. James Kenny A
ton are erecting a handsome two and a half
itory brick residence lor Mr. William Casey, a
?vell-known pile-driver. The building is con
ilderably more than hall finished, the walls
ire complete, and the roof, a pitched one, ls
.eady for the laying of the lin covering. Ills
.wenty-seven and a hali feet Iront by forty
hree deep, and contains two piazzas, four
quare rooms, two attics, and the usual num
>er of dressing rooms and pantries. The win
lows and doora are square; those on the front
viii be ornamented by Gothic caps. The front
viii be covered with cream-colored cement,
[he Interior will be lathed and plastered, and
larefuliy finished throughout. The building
viii be ready for use about the first of Novem?
The same contractors ai*e constructing a
bree slot y wooden building on the east side
>f St. Phillp street, one door north of Went?
worth, for Mr. Louis Griman, the restaura?
teur. It is twenty-five feet front by filly
leep, an d has a fiat roof, with tin covering
The first floor will be fitted up as a restaurant,
.nd will be occupied by the proprietor. The
ipper floors will contain six square rooms,
rblch will be used as a dwelling by Mr. Ort
nan's family. There will be a piazza on the
irst and the second story, This building will
lkewl8e be finished by the first ol November.
On the lot next north of the above building,
he Devereux Brothers are erecting a neat
wo story wooden building for Mr. J. Ortman,
he locksmith, and a brother Of Louis Ortman.
'his building is about the same dimensions as
he other, bas a pitched roof and two piazzas,
'be lower floor will be fitted up and used as a
sckBmilh store, while the upper floor will be
iBed as a dwelling. It will be finished about
he 15th ol October.
THE INFERIOR COURT MUDDLE.
lndgel.ee Adjourns his Court Sine Die
and Kefaaea lo Pay the Jurors for
Afore than Two Days-The Jurors In.
Judge George Lee made bis appearance at
tie Courthouse yesterday morning, but did
ot visit the courtroom. He, however, In?
truded the clerk to adjourn the court sine die.
inmediately after the adjournment the con
lableB and Jurors held a meeting and elected
ne of their number, H. Judge Moore, to the
hair. A committee of three was then ap
olnted to walt upon Judge Lee, who was
hen in his law office in the Fire-Proof Bulld?
og, and request his presence in the coon?
oom. The committee waited upon the Judge,
ut he reiused to comply with their request,
fflrmlng that he was too unwell. Upon the
eturn ol the committee lo the court-room,
hey were sent back to the judge to request
lim to sign pay certificates for the whole
lumber of days that the court has
leen in sesBion, ' from the 20th of July to
ate. This the judge positively refused to do,
n the ground that lt would render him liable
D Impeachment. He, however, signified his
willingness to sign certificates for two days'
ay, but tbe committee left In disgust. Sub-,
equent propositions for a compromise of filly
ier cent, were made to Judge Lee, but he
lerslstently held to hit original determination.
?he constables and Jurors were very Indlg
lant, and endeavored to make a motion be
ore Chief Justice Moses, who was In the city,
or a mandamus compelling Lee to Blgn, but
hey were ba Hied by being unable to find an
.lt or ne y who would undertake the case. Ap
ilicatlon was made to several prominent law
ers. but, in every case, the committee were
.ismisse J with an ominous shake ol the head,
'be indignation ol the Jurors against Lee bas
isen to blood heat.
A. C. Richmond, clerk of the court, at a
Uer hour issued pay certificates for thirty
ays to each of the constables and Jurors,
'hese certificates are worthless, however, un
BBB signed by the judge.
C. F. Perrle, Ballimore; R. R. Bren, Savan?
ah; W. Powell, J. Kenny, Augusta; Mrs. T
V. Parmele and daughter, Columbia; Mrs. M.'
.ollard, Florida; J. C. Clements, Washington
J. Gorham, Savannah; Mrs. Dennis, New
rork; A. P. Atwood, Boston; B. Godfrey, wife
nd daughter, Jacksonville; Mies L. A. An
rews. New York; 0. J. M. Bassselhaa, Ma
on and Brunswick Railroad; H. L. Crawford,
?arlington; M. Marco, Lydia, 8. C.; R. F. Mc
ottry, J. W. Bardic, S. D, McCoy, Willlams
urg;J. P. Gamble, Gourdln's; S. Bracken,
ugusta; T. G. Littlefleld, Gourdln's; I. Sauls,
r.. Branchville; C. B. Hicks, Timraonsville;
.'. K. Council, North Carolina; F. M. Hooten, i
wilmington; W. W. Pate, New Road, 8. C.; J.
r. Burbridge, Walterboro'; Mrs. BateB, Ma
lawvllle, S. C.; G. P. Cotenell, North Caro- ;
Francis Middleton and Abraham Singleton,
disorderly and throwing bricks at the circuB
tents; two dollars or twenty days each. Ed.
ward Robinson, suspicion of larceny; turned
over to a trial Justice. Eugenia Dukes, tres
pass; thirty days. James Campbell, drunk;
two dollars or twenty days. Thomas Hud
son, drunk and disorderly; one dollar. March
and Henry Smith, disorderly and fighting;
one dollar or ten days each. Jacob Helsen?
buttel applied for lodgings; discharged. Mrs.
Lyons and Mrs Wingate, keeping a disorderly
house; turned over lo the detectives for ex?
amination. Two mules, two horses and three
cows at large; one dollar each.
Tri al Justices' Courts.
Robert Mills, Wm. Murphy and Moses Max?
well, the meu who were arrested upon the
South Carolina Railroad on Saturday on sus?
picion of having robbed the store of Mr. Lime
house, In Summerville, were examined yes?
terday by Trial Justice Levy. They were
acquited of the charge, and having proved to
be stragglers of the Great Eastern Circus were
sent by the afternoon train to Savannah In
charge of a detective. Ellen Butterfield, for
j an assault and battery on Mary Brown, was
sent to Jail for thirty days by the same justice.
Ho also sent Joseph Meyers, alias Tricky, to
Jail for thirty days for tapping the till of Mr.
C. D. Ahrens.
Thomas Smith, colored, brought suit against
J. Christopher, before Trial Justice Levy, for
the recovery ol the value of a mule purchased
by the latter from another colored man named
Lawrence, in May last. Lawrence had previ?
ously purchased the mule from Smith, bul
failed to pay for lt. The case waa tried before
a Jury, which rendered a verdict of seventy
five dollars, with interest, In (avor ol Smith.
The defendant appealed.
Alfred Singleton was before Trial Justice
John G. Mackey on a charge of stealing a lot
of clothing. The person lrom whom the cloth?
ing was stolen refused, however, to prosecute,
and the case was dropped.
William Harrison and Joseph Bordean, old
offenders, were arrested on Saturday night for
robbiDg the store or* Mr. Llmebouse, ia Sum?
merville. At the time of the arrest they were
about to enter the night train for Columbia at
Twenty-six, on the South Carolina Railroad.
Yesterday they were examined by Trial Just
Ice John E. Clyde, of Summerville, and com?
mitted to Jail !or trial at the next term of the
Criminal Court, They arrived In the city yes?
terday afternoon, and were locked up In Sher?
iff Mackey's hotel.
Mas. BROOK'S Store will be closed until Tues?
day next, 24th. *
FALL AND WINTER GOODS.-Mr. J. Rughelal?
er, the fashionable tailor, has Just received a
large stock of fall and winter goods and gen?
tlemen's furnishing goods, which he Invites
the public to examine.
LANGLEY is still making those fine Cotton
Shirts, with Irish linen fronts, for $2 60.
Also Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds
of Ladies' furnishing goods, at very low
Stitching of all kinds done to order, at No.
1G1 King afreet. _ sep9-lmo
MESSRS. FQRCHOOTT, 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 Goode, they
will make lt a speolal 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 Oilcloths, all widths; Rugs,
Mats and Matting, all at very low figures.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-sluth
CHROMOS.- TO close out the balance ol our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c. lo
$1 each. H?sel street Bazaar.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCUASING FOR
CASU.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock ol Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, ?sc, on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 4.5 Wentworth street.
LAWYERS can have their Briels printed In
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
JOB OFFICE. _
COTTON FACTORS In need of Market Reports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
PICTURE FRAMES-Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap ! Cheap i HASEL ST. BAZAAR.
FINE LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents
a dozen. HASEL STREET BAZAAR AND EAST
BAY NEWS BOOM. aprlC-tu
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes. Roccklng-Horses, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, Ac, Just received at Von Santen's,
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act ol the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE lo each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon the label on
each bottle or package. THE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
ENVELOPES.-A large stock ol envelopes al?
ways on hand at TUE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to snit the times.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, dec,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav
ng orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
"NOT VERY WELL."-A feeling of vogue
bodily discomfort, which does not amount to
positive Illness, and yet Is incompatible with
health, is olten aptly described by the phrase
"not very well." This feeliDg usually arises
from a deficiency ot thc nervous power which
ls required to keep the vital machinery In
vigorous and healthful op?ration. 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 is,
therelore, absolutely essential for the preserv?
ation of health, perhaps of life itself, that this
warning should be promptly heeded. The
case does not admit ol dela}'. Revitalize the
system at once, and effectually, with Hostet
ter's Bitters-lhat peerless lnvigorant, which,
by Infusing new health and strength into the
Bjstem, protects lt against disease more surely
than ever knight of old wa9 protected by
armor of proof against his foe.
C J 21 ?tl K KCl AZ NEWS.
Tb? cnarleiton cotton, Klee and If ara
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, )
MONDAY BVBNING, September 16, 1872 j
COTTON.-The market opened depressed and
easier, which afterwards assumed a strongly de?
clining character, when factors having Bnbmltted
to an Irregular concession of }?@\ic 9 Hs an
BCtlve inquiry prevailed, with sales or about 11,00
bales, sa; li at v%, 4 at ia, 39 ati7K, 2 at 17%,
47 at 17%, 158 at 18, 209 at 18%, 292 at 18%, 68 at
18%, -3 at is 7-16, ie at 18%, iso at 18%, 13 at
I8%c. We quote prices qnlte irregular but about j
as follows: Say
Ordinary to good ordinary.16 @17K
Rios.-There was a-light stock with steady
rates. Sales IS tierces at 8%c f. Hs. We quote
common to fair at "@iy" good at 8@8Kc
NATAL STORES.-The receipts were 68 bbls
spirits turpentine and 463 bbls rosin. There
were no sales reported. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $3 60 f* bbl for virgin, $3 10 for yel?
low dip, and $1 80 for hard.
FasiauTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, noit
aalon uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, 9 io J on ?aplanas, - on soa islands; by sall,
nominal oa aplaads, on soa islands nominal.
To Havre- on uplands. Coastwise-to New lort
bj steam $2 60 on uplands and - on sea islands;
$2 fl tierce on ncc; eoe V bbl on rosin
by sail >,'c n ft on cotton; - V tierce
on rice; coo fi barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on
luinoer; $10 fi Mon timber. To Hosten, by sall,
lie v HJ on upland cotton; rosin 66c; resawed
stuff $lOig)io 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fi Mon boards, %c fl lb OD
cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on New York rates.
To Philadelphia, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by Ball, $8 ft M on boards; $0 60@lo on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $3a$8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team %o f? tt by sall, se 60@7 fi
M on boards; $808 60 on timber; $8 26 fi
ton on phosphate rook, vessels are In de?
mand by our merchants to take lumber freights
Tom Georgetown, S. c., Darlen and Sat 111 a River,
aa., and Jacksonville, Pla, to Northern ports,
and $10012 ft M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-sterling 60 day bills 21 %.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banka purchase
sight checks on New York al %@% per cent, off,
and sell at par.
Marketa by Telegrapn.
LONDON, september 16.
Nom.-Cons ls 92?; ; new Aves 89%.
Evening.-Consols closed unchanged. Bends
sixty-sevens 92. Erle 38%.
PARIS, September IC.
Noon.-Rentes ssf 26c.
NEW YORK, September ie.
Noon.-Freights steady. Hocks strong. Gold
strong at 18%. Moucy easy at 4. Excnange
long 8; short 9. Governments quiet and steady,
state bonds dull and steady.
Evenlug.-Money easyat4a6. Exchange steady
at 8a8%. Gold 13. Governments strone all day
and ct< aed very arm. Eighty-ones 15% ; sixty
twos 14; sixty-fours 14; slxty-fl ves 14% ; new 13.
states dui). Tennesaees 72>?; new 72%. Virginias
46; new 61; consols 60%; deferred 16%. Louisianas
63; new 48; levee sixes 58: eights 60. Alabama
elgin s 83; fives 60. Georgia fixes 72; sevens 86%
North Carolina* 23; new 20%;- special tax ll.
South Carolinas 51; new 24; April and October 24%.
LTVERPOOLT September 16.
Noon.-Cotton opened dull; uplands 9%d; Or
i aler.-Cotton dull; uplands 9%da9%d; Orleans
l0%d; sales 10,000 bales; speculation and export
Evening.-Cotton closed Irregular; uplanns 9%
a9%d; Orleans 10%d; sales 10,0t0 bales; specula?
tion and export 3oo0.
NEW YORK. September ie.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 628 bales; uplands
2o%c: Orleans 21% c.
Evening -Colton qnlet at 20%a2lc; sales 1672
bales. Sales of cotton miares to-day 10,400 bales,
as follows: septembei 19%, 19%; october 18
1316,19; November ISM, lu; December 18%. 19;
January 10% ; February 20; March 20K, 20%. Cot?
ton receipts to-day, gross 4120 bales; net receipts
BOSTON, September 16.
cotton quiet; middlings 2ic; gross ncelpts 790
bales; sales 400; stock 6000.
PHILADELPHIA, September 10.
Cotton quiet; middlings 21c.
BALTIMORE, September 16.
Cotton firm; middlings 2u%c; gross receipts 348
bales; exports coastwise 20; sales 66; stock 688.
NORFOLK, September 16.
Cotton qu'et; low middling 18 %c; net receipts
870 bales; exporta coastwise 662; sales 16; stock
WILMINGTON, September 16.
Cotton quiet: middlings 18%c; net receipts 209
bales; BUICK 406.
SAVANNAH, September 16.
Cotton Qrm, demand good; offerings fair; good
ordinary 17%c; low middlings 18; middlings 18%;
net receipts 2799 bales; exports coastwise 2386;
tale J 1900; stock 4160.
AUGUSTA, September 16.
Cotton dall and Irregular; middlings 18al8%c;
net receipts 64 bales; sales426.
MEMPHIS. September 16.
Cotton dull and drooping: middlings I9%al9%c;
receipts 8:5 tales;shipmentsi8i;?tock 2481.
MOBILE. September 16.
Cotton dull and nominally lower; low mid?
dlings l8%c; middlings 18%c; net receipts 1199
balts; exports coastwise 47o; solea 50; atock 3367.
NEW ORLEANS, september 16.
Cotton Arm; good ordinary 18%c, low mid?
dlings 18%c; middlings nominal; net receipts
1161 bales; gross 1763; sales 2300; Block 18,408.
GALVESTON, September 16.
cotton dull and nominal; good ordinary l6%c;
net receipts 6S8; bales; exports coastwise 854;
sales 2?2; stock 9774.
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
L1VBKP00L, September 16.
Noon.-Lard is quoted at 408 9J.
Nsw YORK, September 16.
Noon.-Flour il rm. Wheat quiet and nominally
n no ti an a ed. Corn a shade tl rm er. Pork steady
at $14al4 20. Lard quiet; steam 8%a9K. Turp?n
Une steady at 5Sa6?c Rosin steady at $4a4 16
Kvening.-Flour Arm at $7 76alo for common to
fair extra; $10 06al2 SJ for good to choice extra.
Whiskey scarcely 40 ilrni, 92%a93c, outside
price extrem*. Wheat scarcely so Arm, but lu
good export demand; winter very scarce and
Urmer at $1 coal 70 winter red Western. Corn a
shade bei ter with good export and fair home
trade demand, at enc steamer Western mixed.
Pork Arm $14 10al4 26; meca $12 60al2 75. Prime
mess beef quiet and iinenanged. Lard heavy at
8%n9%c. TnrpenUne steady at 5na59c. Rosin
steady at $iai 15 for strained.
BALTIMORE, September io.
Flour steady; holders Arm. Wheat active and
unchanged. Corn actWe and scarce; white 08a
70c; yellow euc. Cats steady: Southern 40c. Rye
dull at 75a80c. Provisions Armer. Pork $14 76.
Bacon lu fair demand and uuuhanged. Whiskey
WILMINGTON. September 16.
Spirits turpentine quiet at 60c. Koslu qnlet at
$3 76B3 90 tor los/No 1. $4 50 tor extra. Crude
turpentine quiet at $3 25 for hard, $6ior yellow
dip and $5 tor virgin. Tar Arm ut $310.
CINCINNATI, September 16.
Flonr steady at $7 4oa7 6'>. Corn steady at Joe
Pork in gopd demand at $13. Lard Arm ; summer
8%c; steam S%c; kettle H%B,9C. Bacon in good
cleniand; shoulders 7,l4'c; clear rib 10%c. Whiskey
Arm and in fair demand at 90c.
fT. LOUIS, September 10.
Flour In good demand at full prices, corn Arm;
Noa mixed 38a36%c. Whiskey steady at BOc
P?ik quiet; omer lots $14 5oal4 75. Bacon Armer;
order lois shoulders 7%c; clear tides ile. Lard
Arm; summer 8%c.
LOUISVILLE September ie.
Flour active; ex-famlly $6 60a7. Corn In fair
demand at 6ea58c. Provisions lu good demand
and Arm. Pork $13 60. Beean shoulders 7%c;
clear nb 10%c; clear sides l0%allc, picked. Lard
per tierce 9%c; kegs 10%C; small lots advanced
MC Whiskey Arm at Mc
New York Cotton Marker.
NEW YORK, September 13.
The Financial Chronicle save: The market the
past week has been depressed and prices material'
ly lower,the greatest concussion being made in
cotton on the spot, though futures, especially for
the early months, have participated largely in
the downward mov. ment. The decline began in
futures on last Saturday, and In sp its on Mon
day, and liss continued day by day without any
check sluce. until ii -day, when prices were more
steady and officially unchnuged. Tue reduction
Monday un spots was %c, on Tuesday Kaon
Wednesday Keon grades from uidlnary io low
middling, and %c on middling and good mid?
dling; ou Ihuradty %c tor low middling and
grades above; to day, as stated above, there has
been no change in the quotations, though prices
are irregular. The caune or this rapid decline ls
lu the main, to bo found In the rapidity wlih
winch the new cotton ls coming to market. Ar?
rivais have exceeded the deraauQ, and ou whaif
?,ave been Pre*sed for sale at %a%c below quota?
tions. The downward movement btw, however
also found support lu the condition of trade In
England where the compllcatloi.s growing out of
the Eastern trade arc said to be quite txtenMve
and threatening. HM among the trade there ls a
strong-underjoue growing out of the belief that
the crop ls to be a short one, aud hence tor the
winter months the decline has been less marked.
The prices for futures last reported were (basis
low midd lng:) 19 5-I6C tor Sep;ember. 18% tor
October, 18% tor November, 1813-ie tor December,
19 3-16 tor January, 20% tor February and 20i?c
for March. The total sales or this description for
the week are 111,150 bales. For immediate de?
livery the total sales foot np 10,7x3 bales. j
Interior Cotton .narke ts.
COLUMBUS, September 14.
Our market to-day quite duli. There bas been
some demand for Northern spinners-leo balfe
having been bought by one firm. Money tight.
Low middlings 18c. Sale? 13S bales; receipts 273:
shipments 12 J.
_ _ MONTGOMERY. Septemher 14.
The market ls dun at is <iais*.-o for low mid?
dlings; offering free.
Receipts by Railroad, September 16.
SOUTH CAROLI? A RAILROAD.
1533 baleB cotton, Ol bales goods, 373 bbls and
878 sicks Hour, and 1 car stock-. To Railroad
/gent, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Geo H Walter Sc co,
W P Dowling, A J Salina, Pringle A Son, T P
Smith, Q W williams A co, E H Frost & co, Bar?
den k Parker, Sloan <k Selgnlous, Crawley k De
hon, Murdaugh A Weekly, Reeder k Davis, L D
DeSaussure, A S Smith, W W Smith, Witte Bros, J
Hanckel, Johnston, Crews k co, Mowry k Son,
Caldwell k Son, Trenholra A Son, D F Fleming &
CB, wrns k co, colcock A co. F C Mey, Wagener <fe
Monsees. H Klatte k co. Jeffords k co, J Carapsen
4 co, J N Robson, B O'NO'll, Tledeman, Calder A
co. c R Ilolmes, H Bischoff k co, W Gurney, and
676 bales npland cotto:i, 67 bbls spirits of tur?
pentine, 339 bbls rosin, cars of lamber and wood,
mdse, Ac. To Whllden k Jones, Kinsman k
Howell, Barden k Parker, -Pelzer, RodgerBAco,
E H Frost k co, W E Byan. T P Smith, T G Boag,
A j salinas, E Welling, G W Williams k co, G ii
Walter A co, Reeder k Uavls, Caldwell A Son, A
5 smith, w c Bee A co, Pringle k Son. Mowry A
son, Trenholm k Son, WB Williams k Son. Witte
Bros, L E Connor k Son, O Mtluor, J D Klrkpat-'
rick, Frost, Auger A co, Jtfurdaugh A Weekly. J s
Gibbes, W C imsea A co, Ravenei A co, c S Mor?
ton, s D stoney, o W Mciver, Jaa E Adger k co,
Railroad co, and others.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
63 baleB cort?n, 81 bbls rosin, 16 bbls spirits,
cars lumber and wood, mdse, Ac. To Whllden k
Jones, JOH Ciaussen, Barden k Parker, A B
Mulligan, Pelzer. Rodgers k co, Reeder k Davis.
Mowry k Son, Murdaugii k Weekly. J Colcock k
co, Crawley k Dehon, Kinsman k Howell, Jas ll
Eaaon A Bro, J B Bissel;, Waiker, Evaus A Cogs?
well, and others.
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-Mrs
A J Burnell. Rev S E Lane, Mary Hicks, J Kenny,
W Rowell. O B Chichester. B Godfrey and wife. A
B Atwood, J B Betts, Mles Andrews, Dr Baer and
wie. Mrs R R Lansing, Q A Watson, D Verney, J
Williams and wife, - Haines, - Johnston, W R
Clontman, - Ross, Mm C C Dennis, M A Blair,
Mrs M J Quintero.
Per steamer M S Allison, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landines-J King,
DTP Mlkell and two children, Wm Whaley, B S
Whaley, E O Whaley, Dr Sosnowsky, J O Levy, W
C Geraty, D H Tow:es, W A Boyle. J S Baynard.
New Moon, 2d. 7 hours 84 minutes, evening.
Flrat Quarter. loth, 8 hoars, 41 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 16th. ll hoars, 46 minutes, evening. .
Last Quarter, 24th, 8 hours, 2 minutes, e venin g.
R. A fl.
CHARLESTON, H. C.. .SEPTEMBER 17, 187a.
hat 82 deg 48 min 33 seo. | Lon 70 deg 67 min 27 Etc.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-left
last Thursday. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger k co,
A Courtenay, D 0 Abrens A co, J E Adger k co,
Adams, Damon A co, 0 W Almar, A M Adner, Jas
Archer, Edwin Bates A co, H Bischoff A co. Wm
M Bird k CO, H Browr, T M Bristoll k co, B Boyd,
T S Budd, Bollmann Bros, Capt Bradley, Dr H
Baer, Brewer k Kohnke, E T bruwn. S Brown, FC
Borner, 0 Bart k co, O A Bowman, Berry k co. A
Brookbank", Bart A W rt li, 0 U Bergman, Crane,
Boylstou k co, Cameron, Barkley k co, c Claclus,
W ti ?. haine k co, L Coben A co, L Chap?n A co,
Henry Cobla A co, Chappean A Heffron, E Daly,
Dowle, Moiso A OaviB, it L David A co, Johu U
Devereux, D F Flem mg A co, Furchgott, Bene
diet A co, I L Falk A co, Jno S Fairly A co, ror
sy the, McComb A co. 0 D Kranke, B Feld munn A
co, Franklin k co, s A B M Fugante, H Gerdts A
co, W J Gayer, Ll M Gayer, J Gorham, G A Glover,
J H Graver, u Graveley, Uart k co, N A Hunt, Jno
Hanlon, Wm Hurrah, Holmes A Calder, M Has?
san, J Hurkamp A co, F K Houston, T M Horsey
A Bro, A in,nu, Iugraham A Son, Jeffords k co,
Johnston, Crews A co, KUnck, Wickenberg k co,
ll Klatte k co, Kins nan k Bro, L Kenacke, H W
Krleto, Kinsman k Howell, M Kennedy, Knobe?
loch A small, H W Kriette, K A G, P B Lalane k
co, O A Lengnlck, E Lee, A Langer, Laurey, Alex?
ander k co, R Lawless, H LeMlug, J u Lopez, J W
Linley, Mrs Levison, Bishop Lynch, J Lewis, Mrs
Mart ii, J G Mtluor A co, E W Marshall A cu, W
M .11 Messen, P F Murray, McLoy k Rice, Mart in.
A Mood, Mantoue A co, S R Marshall k cn, Wm
McKay. A Miultz A CO, B K NeuNille. D O'Neill A
Sou, J F O'Neill, J ? OJeman, Eaw Perry, Pelzer
Rodgers A co. 0 P Poppenhelm, C F Panknln, C
C Plenge, Quackenbush, Estlll A co, Ravenei A co,
J Rughelmer, J R Reid A co, J N Robson, A Seck?
endorf, P Wlueman A co, W L Webb, Stol!, Webb
k co, 0 F Wleters, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, R
Thomllnson A co, Jno F Taylor A co, Geo H Wui
ter A co, Steffens, Werner A Docker, Shackelford
A Kelly, Wageuer A Konaees, E B Stoddard A co,
W J Yates, W Steele, U s tua ken, Sell A Foster, s
S Solomons, Mrs Smith, Wm Shepherd A co, Bobt
white, P P Toale, S Thomson, A i. Tyler, c Voigt,
M Trlest, Q W Williams A co. A S Wiillugion A co,
P Walsh. Railroad Agents, and others.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-len
Friday. Mdse To W A Courtenay, SC Railroad
Agent, N E Railroad Agent, J Cosgrove, E Bates A
co, J E Adger A co, ll Buiwlnk.e, L D Shaplra, G
U li.graham A Son, .1 Thompson A co, R L David
A co, J H Devereux. H Bischoff A co, Furchgott,
Benedict A co, G J I.ulm, M U Collins A co, Agent
Florida Steamers, W F Surau, Jno U Graver, S T
Souder, A Langer, V Wai-n, B Feldmann A co, W
U c harte A co. Cowie, Moise A Davis, Rollmann
Bros, Kinsman Bro:, E S Burnham, C F Panknln.
J M Greer A Soo, J li Hillen, T M Brlstoll A co, G
W Williams A co, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, L E
conuor A Son, Tleuemun, Calder A co, Steffens,
Werner A Ducker, r w mem an A co. G Blecke, B
O'Neill, O F Wleters. Martin A Mood, U Klatte A
co, Mrs W A Mebrtens, chase A Cuttluo, W Steele,
W Shepherd A co, A K Lewlth, T Levlusohn, O D
Franko, Johnson A Brown, Un?mes A Calder, Wm
M Bird A co, J P Kiep, D Apeler, w J Whipper, >
M Porter, Ellas Bros, Hart A co, .1 F Taylor k co,
Cameron, Barkley A co, L Chap?n, E F Benedict,
Klinck, Wlckenoerg A co, Wagoner A Monsees, J
C H c laussen, Holmes's Book House, J G Mllnor A
co, R Thomllnson A co, st oil, Webb A co, Gas co,
U Cobla A co, B Boyd, Jeffords A'co, F C Borner,
L Lorentz, C Graveley, MoWry k Son, P McQueen,
order and others.
steamer M S Allison, Tog)io, Edlsto, Ac. 30
bags sea island cotton, mdse and sundries. To D
Nesbit., Fraser A Dili, D McPherson, Ravenei A
co, Witte bros, Stoney A Lowndes, M McGorty.
J Cole 'Ck A co, W A Boyle, W M Lawton A Son, J
c H ciaussen, Kinsman Bros, Kinsman A Howell
U B'Bcaoff A co, and others.
steamer Planter. Foster, Peedee River via
Georgetown, s C. 271 bbls naval stores. 262 bales
cotton, mdse and f.undrles. To Ravenei, Holmes
A co, Mowry A Son, Bardan A Parker. E H Frost
A co. J M caldwell A Son, A J Salinas, W K Ryan,
J D Klikpatrlck, Stoney A Lowndes, G H Walter
A co, W C Bee k o, Mrs E M Bartlett.
Sloop Neille, from Cooper River. 687 buehels of1
rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
sloop-. Iroin St Andrews, soo bushels or
roUHii rico. To Wm C Beo A co. and Stoney A
Sloop Floral, rrom Ashepoo. 600 bushels rough
rice. To stoney'? Lownde*.
Boat from Const Church. 3 bags sea island
cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Received from Ohlsolm'H MUI. 45 tes rice. To
J R Pringle A son, and stoney A Lowndes.
Brig W H Parki, Dix, a Northern port.
sehr A E Glover, Dayton, Boston.
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New York.
Fi OM THIS P?RT.
Sehr John Rat.dolph, Jones, at Jacksonville,
OLE AB ED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York,
sehr Traveller, Hodges, at New York, l4tli Sep?
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, September io.
Arrived, ?team?hlp caledonia, wini 371 bales of
cotton, and Nevada, with soi bales.
BUBTON, September 16.
Arrived, steamship Oriental. _
NEW YORK, September 16.
Arrived, steamships Baltic, Gen Sherman, city
of New York. Montgomery, Oortez, Ocean Queeu,
and city or Brooklyn.
Arrived ont, tie Silesia, Nevada and K?ln.
Evening-Arrived, steamship Minnesota.
Fi HTRR8S MONROE, Septemher 16.
Arrived, brig Ungo, George, from Mexico for
Falmouth, Bhort of provisions.
Sailed, brig Alliance, for New York.
The sehr W P Cox, Newell, from Bncksvllle, S C,
arrived at New York 18th inst.
TheBCbr Palma, Rankin, rrom Georgetown, SC,
arrived at New fork 13th Inst.
The ship Calhoun was wrecked off the coast of
Newrounaland. The captain and crew were pick?
ed up by a German steamship and landed at Ply
mouth. The Cidhoun was rrom Bud River, s o,
Tor turo, e, with a cargo or 2OO0 tons phosphate.
She waa a good old vessel, having been built at
New York in 1858, ana recently repaired. She was
1886 tons reglser, and owned by Spofford Bros A
co, or New York.
LIST OP VESSELS
TIP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, sailed.August 23
The Granton, Bowland. sailed.July 26
Br bark Fille de 1'Alr, Jones, np.August 27
The Tiber, Hiller, sailed.;.Aug 23
The Cormorant, Hansen, sailed.August 12
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.July 31
Br bark Glencoe, Colly norm, sailed.Sept
Brig O O Colson,-, up.Sept 6
Sehr J H Hancck, CrowelL up.sept 8
Brig Rio Grande, Mc Lei lan, cleared.Sept
Brig Guiding Mar, Freethey, cleared.sept ll
Sehr Myrover. Brown, cleared.>ept 7
Sehr J amer., Tllton, cleared.August c
Sehr H N UawKlns, Wyatt, up.sept 7
Sehr Jenas smith. Hodgkinson, cleared...Sept 10
Sehr A Murchle, Merrill, cleared.Sept 0
Sehr Minnie, Hudson, up.Sept 10
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, cleared.Sept 14
Brig Haze, Hooper, cleared.Sept -
Sehr G P Wright, Cropper, cleared.Sept 12
Sohr Lewis Kbrman, Fooks, np.?sept 13
Sehr M E Vanclear, Thorndike, sall'd... .August 23
Sehr Wt:ile Luce, Talbot, up.Sept
Curigs at ittbolesale.
i USAI ->9 SSSB^^
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- Approved by the Imperial Academy
Thc Qa?niam Labarraqne is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all thc other preparations of Peruvian Bark
Thc Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicinc are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Qoinium Labarraqne, approv* by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
The (Joininm Labarraqne is prescribed
with great success for persons ot weak con
Litution, or for those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness; for youths
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty; lor women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness,
ll ia the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia. orGreensik
I105S, Ibis Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
thc ferruginous preparations. In conjunction,'
for example, willi VALLI Vs PILLJ, the rapidi?
ty of ita aclion is really marvellous,
tcpcl iii Paris, L. FREIlli, 19, roe Jacob.
! Agents in Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE j
L A DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. J
This new and elegant addition to the toilet
table ls coming dally Into more general use. A
foll supply-different styles-constantly on hand,
At DR. H. K AK R'S Drug Store,
No 131 Meeting street.
drano |lri)e distribution.
THE GRAND 1?FT CONCERT
Jfc FIXED JFA.CT,
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY.
YOUR TICKETS NOW OR NEVER.
The vast sales of Tickets already made, and the
Increasing demand for them from all quarters
having determined the Trustees that the Grand
Gift Concert lor the benefit of the Public Library
of Kentucky, advertl-ed for SATURDAY/, Septem?
ber 28,1872 shall positively come off on that day
without postponement, me Management now
notifies all who expect to participate In the draw?
ing that they should buy their Tickets at once.
Delny for a few da\ s caused many who wanted
Tickets at the Concert in December last togo
without them. Some living In Louisville waited
until Bales wore closed, expecting, no doubt, a
postponement, and then offered fifteen, twenty
and even twenty-live dollars for Tickets which
the day before were offered to purchasers at the
regular price. Others living at a distance sent
thousands ol dollars by mail and express, which
got here after sales were closed, and bad to be
sent back. These disappointments need not
occur again If the warning now given in doe
season ls heeded.
The drawing will begin precisely at Rix o'clock
SATURDAY MUBNINO, September 28,1872, lu the
great hall of the Public Library Building, and
continue until the Oue Thousaud Girts are all
List ot Gifts.
One Grand Girt, cash.$100.000
Cue Grand out, cash. 60,ooo
oue out, cash. 26,ooo
One Gift, cash. 20.000
One our, cash. 10,000
Coe Giri, cusri. 10,000
one Girt, cash. 9,000
une Gift, cash. 8,000
oue Gift, cash. 7,000
One Girt, casu. 0,0to
une out, cash. 6,000
One Gilt, cash. 4,000
One Gift, cssh. 3.000
4 Gifts of $2,000 each, cash. 8 ooo
16 Guts of $1,000 each, cash. 16,ooo
20 Girts or $900 each, cash. 18,000
21 Girts or $800 each, cash. 10.&00
26 Girts or $700 each, cash. n,600
36 Gilts or $800 each, casu. 21000
4& Gifts or $500 each, cash. 22 600
&0Uirt8or $400 each, cash. 20.000
60 Gifts of $300 each, c .sh. 18,000
loo Gicta of $200 each, cash. 20,0110
612 Girts or $ too each, cash. 61,200
Total, 1,000 Giris, au cash.$600,000
The Concert Itself will be the most brilliant or?
chestral display that ever occurred In the West.
Une hundred performers, gathered from all parts
or this country and from Europe, under the di?
rection of Professor Hast, will contribute to this
grand musical carnival. And to afford ample
room for every ilcket-holder to enjoy such an un?
usual musical festival, the Concert win be xlven
lu Central Park, where arrangements have been
made to accommodate all who may come.
Persons holding whole, Hair or quarter tickets
will be admitted to both the concert and drawing,
and none without such tickets will be admitted
Price of Tickets.
Whole tickets, $10; halves, $6; quarters, $2 60;
ll wno e ticket? for $100; 28 lor $265; 66 for $600;
119 for $1000; 286 fur $2?oo; 575 for $6000. No dis?
count on less than $100 worth of tickets at a time.
In accordance with numerous solicitations, ar?
rangements have been made with all the railroad
and steamboat lines leading Into the city for the
sale or round-trip tickets, good for six days, to
all persons who may wish to attend the Concert
and Drawing. Such tickets will be furnished by
thc Louisville and Nashville Railroad, the Louis?
ville, cinclnna I and L xlngton Railroad, the
louisville, Indianapolis ana Madison Railroad,
the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, the Louisville
and Clnclnnarl Mallboat Line, and the Louisville,
Oweuaboro' and Henderson Mall Line Packets.
All agents are required to close sales and make
their returns In full time to reach this office by
Tknrtday, heptember 25. To do this successfully
those located at great distances must close some
days before the 26th.
All tickets to which gifts are awarded will be
paid without discount by the Farmers' and
Drovers' Bank, either In currency or by sight
draft upon the Fourth National BanKof New lurk,
at option of the holder. The tickets must nret be
preneniedat this office, Room No. 4, Public Library
building, before they will be paid vj tao Bank.
The drawing will be published In the Louisville
papara and New York Herald, and offldial copies
Bent to purchasers to whom tickets have been
sent oy letter.
TH09. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library of Kentucky.
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
F. VON S ANT HIN, Agent, Charleston, S. 0.
TjlOR LIVERPOOL. y
The flrst-clasa British Baric GEORGIANA, JJ?
John Mann. Master, will load wita dlspatchSH*
for tho above port. For Freight ? entzagemeuts,
apply to HENRY OABD.
THE PHLTiAi)ELFHIA LEON STEAM
THE FIBST-GLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VI ROI SI A, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
Are now regniarly on the Line, insuring s nm*
class Bea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, alford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton states, and
to and from cincinnati, st. Loma, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing; Cen?
?a-The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf, on FKIDAY, September 20, at 8
o'clock P. M.
aa-The GULF STREAM Will follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. ll
sooth Delaware Avenne, Philadelphia,
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, AT 7
O'CLOCK P. M. li
- - tr.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1878
STATS-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes, Commander, will'
Ball for New York on THURSDAY, September 10, at
7 o'ciook P. M. from Pier No. % Cul?n Wharves.
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities aa nsnaL ?;
insure ncc by steamers of this Line X percent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very One Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Broad street,
or te WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union Wharves.
sepl3 _; _
The steamship MEROEDITA, Captain . JTrfffc.
Marsnman, will sall from Vanderhont'aaWsBS
Wharton SATURD AY, the i ist inst. Freight taten
at reasonable rates. ; .
For engagements, apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
sepia a _Agents.
jp O R B A L T IMO BB,
FREIGUTS RECEIVED DAILY, ABD THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
J????S TO * iujtAr
THE CITIES OF THU NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship WM. KEN s EDY, ---
Commander, wilt saU for Baltimore, on THURS
DAY, loth September, at 7 o'clock P. M.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to ahat
city by railroad from Baltimore without -addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot m Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to ,
PAUL 0. TRBNHOLM, Agent,
aepH-j_No. a Union Wharves.
QHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANYS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, j
New York, at ia o'clock noon, of the BtESSS
and 30th of every month, except when these dates
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
AU departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacific and Central American ports.
For Japan and China, Steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt raus on
Sundav-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers toueh at Havana, but
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL
One h undred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free,
For Passage Tickets or other information, fcpply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
Wharf foot or Canal street, North River. New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, S. C., AND GARD?
NER'S BLUFF, PEEDEE RIVER,
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLYAND
Steamer PLANTER.Capt. J. T. Foster.
Steamer SWAN..". .Capt. EL s. Cordes.
The PLANTER leavea Charleston _ .jtT^**^.
and the SWAN leaves Gardner's ,TT?a3B3C
Bluff every TUBSDAY NIGHT, connecting on we
Freight received at Accommodation wharf
every MONDAY and TUBSDAY, and moat be pre?
Sh ipm eats to the care of the Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commissions.
For Freight or Pa-sage, apply to the Captains
on board, or to . >
H AVENEL, HOLMES A CO., Agents,
Charleston, S. 0.
B. A MUNNERLYN A CO., Agents,
8?pi7-l_Georgetown, 8. 0.
JgEGULAR LINE FOR GEORGETOWN,
S. C., TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND,
K li ITU FI ELD AND WAVERLY MILLS.
The Steamer EMILIE. Captain C.
0. White, ls now receiving Freight^. -
at commercial Wharf, f^SlL^StSSr
on i OESDAY NIGHT, september 17th, at 0 o'ciocx.
For engagements appiy to irirrTY
SUACKELFORD A KEW.Y,
sepie-2 Ageot-*. North Atlantic Wharf.
TU AND FROM SDLLTV^S ISLAND, TOUCH?
ING AT MOUNT PLEASANT OHING AND BE
The Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan's
Island Ferry Company will run one.tflr?~iTB8M??
or their steamers every EVENING, commencing
WEDNESDAY, tne nth Inst., leaving Ferry wnan,
foot of Market street, at 7 o'clock, P. ^T""1T.:
lng, leave Hie Island at 10* o'clock, P. M., until
lur; tier notice.
gwfor^^fflSgHQig,, Agent. .
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
Captain L. M. Ooxetter, will leave,
Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING, at han..
o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE, PALATKA, AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATKA
FRIDAY AFTBRNOON. SAVANNAH SUNDAY MORN?
ING, arriving .here SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
All "'ay Fi eight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid so
commi dations, apply to
RA VEN E L ? CO., Agents,
Cerner Variderhorat's Wharf and East Bay.
JJOWLES BROTHERS & CO.,
LONDON, PARIS A ND BOSTON
NO. 10 WILLIAM STREET,
CIRCULAR CREDITS for Travellers, available
throughout the world. Bills ol Exchange and
Telegraphic Transfers on any part or Europe in
sums vo amt. maj23-x