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Wagoner Artillery Club, at 8 P. M.
Phoenix Fire Company, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
Laurey, Alexander ?fe Co. will sell at ll
o'clock, at the corner ot Inspection and Con?
cord streets, contents of a grocery store.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
Store, perfumery, soaps, *c.
Hiles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, bats, ?cc.
The range ol the thermometer yester?
day at the drug store of Mr. Joseph
Blackman, on the south side o? Broad street,
was as follows : 8 A. M., 79; 10 A. M., 82; 12
M., 84; 2 P. M., 80; 4 P. M., 80; C P. M., 78; 8
P. M., 75. 9
-A Northern drummer was arrested yester?
day by the detectives, and made to take out a
license and pay the usual fine.
-Whipper ls on the war path in Beaufort
County 1H behalf ol the True Republicans. He
made speeches at several points last week.
' -A dispatch from Columbia announces that
Mr. Loots R. Johnson was last night formally
; placed upon the Bolter's ticket as a candidate
for Congressman at large.
-The steamer Georgiasalls at seven o'clock,
to-morrow (Thursday) morning, instead of
seven o'clock, in the evening, as heretofore '
-Mr. E. H. Jackson, the popular proprietor
of the Charleston Hotel, returned to the city
yesterday after an extended tour through the
-Judge Lee kept out of reach of the hun?
gry Jurors yesterday. It was rumored that
Colonel B> W. Seymour bad consented to con
- duct the proceedings against him.
-A neat-pavement ls being laid from tbe
doors ol' the new German Church on King
street to the fence in front of them. It is
composed ot alternate blocks of white and
bluish marble, twelve Inches square.
-Tbe 'True Republicans" are In motion.
IQ another column will ba found a call from
City Chairman R. B. Art so a for primary elec?
tions for delegates to the County Convention,
which ls.to.be held on the 25th instant.
. -We have reason to believe from repre?
sentations that have boen made to us that the
police report published In yesterday's NEWS,
chancing Mrs. Lyons with keeping a disorder?
ly house was incorrect, and did an injustice'
to a respectable resident.
United Stutts Commissioner.
8. M. Carroll, of Bt. Paul's Parish, Colleton
County, was before Commissioner Porteous
charged with selling liquor and tobacco with?
out ap Internal revenue stamp. He waa bound
over to appear at tbe next term of the United
Trial Justice Courts.
? Margaret Middleton was before Trial Justice
John G. Mackey yesterday, charged with com-'
milting an assault and battery upon Emma,
-' Jlles; one dollar and costa or twenty days.
Hantel pal Court.
Fanny Brown, disorderly and Indecent ex?
posure of person, two dollars or twenty days.
James Mitchell, disorderly, twp dollars or |
twenty days. R. A. Smitb, disorderly, one
dollar. Andrew Williams, vagrancy, to be |
gent to his home at Branchville. John L. Ed?
wards, soliciting orders without a license,
tamed over to the city recorder. M. Powers,
a city contractor, dereliction of duty in seve?
ral streets, ten dollars. Lawrence May and
M. Powers, city contractors, tor allowing their
sartmen to deposit offal and garbage upon a
vacant lot In President street, dismissed.
Arthur Smith, Samuel Rollins and Jeffrey
Brown; city cartmen, tor depositing offal and
garbage upon a lot in President street, dis- j
missed. Henry Page, drunk, disorderly and j
threatening the police, two dollars and
peace bond. Jobn Stanley, drunk and tres?
pass, turned over to a trial justice.
Aonvrrr OF STEAMSHIPS.-The steamship I
Georgia, of the Iron Line, arrived early Mon?
day with a crowded freight for all parts of the
Southwest It was discharged and sent off |
Immediately. She ls now loading with a foll j
freight o? cotton, naval Blores, Ac. The steam?
ship Charleston, of the Adger Line, left for!
New York yesterday afternoon with near moo |
bales cotton and other merchandise. The
Champion arrived from New York yesterday
with aa overflowing freight, and the Virginia,
of the Philadelphia Line, arrived on Monday
night with an unusually valuable freight llet.
. UNITY AND FRIENDSHIP SOCIETY.-At the
anniversary meeting of the Unity and Friend?
ship Society, held on the 16Ux instant, the fol?
lowing officers were duly elected for the
ensuing year: Wm. Eden, president; Robert
MorrlBson, vice-president; James Macbeth,
treasurer; John V. Izard, secretary. Stewards
-E. J. Perry, J. D. Mettevla. Standing com?
mittee-A. Ohaponle, E. W. Brown, J. B. Nell,
J. J. Canneville, Joseph J. Grant Belief com?
mittee-C. B. Nell, M. G. Camplin. Commit- j
tee on burial ground-J. A. Burney. William
Mathews, H. L. Wayne, L. B. Shay, George
Moultrie. Clerk of burial ground-Bichard
THB BUBAL REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE HOARD.
Thia board, an organization of the Tomlin
son action of th? Republican party, held a
meeting In one of the rooms in the basement'
of the Fire-Proof Building on Monday. The
meeting was presided over by Aaron Logan,
chairman of the board. Speeches in support
of Tomilnsoa were made by Aaron Logan, W.
M. Jervey and others. A resolution, ratifying
the nomination of Tomlinsoa aad his ticket,
wai adopted, as was also another, authoriz?
ing the chair to appoint a committee to pre?
pare an address to the voters of Charleston
County. W. R. Jervey, -Divine and_
Thompson were appointed on the committee.
TH? GERMAN SETTLEMENTS AND LUTHERAN
CHTJBOH TS THB CAROLINAS.-This history of |
the German settlements and of tbe Lutheran
Church io North and South Carolina from the
earliest period of the colonization of the Dutch,
German and Swiss settlers to the close of the
tathalf of the present century, by the Bev. G.
D. Bernhelm, pastor ol St Paul's Evangelical
Lutheran Churchy Wilmington, N. C., has Just
been Issued from tbe press of the Lutheran
Book Store at Philadelphia. It is dedicated
te the Bev. E. L. Hazellus, D. D., and to the
Rev. John Bachman, makins a handsome
Tn T? 0t five nunared and fllty-soven pages.
J* W6l the Lutheran Synod of South Caro
^h?0!,1 dat* of the to euber
SZLV*prlDted mlnute8- T9 ? *e
SU?SST?? T Yhrpr08eQt
laborof tweuty.^years*J?? **, * the
spared to male *co^JS Powere
-truBtwortby historical Zit Th "?
author is now Ia Charlesten ^ we SSS
?t?ommend him and his valuable wo?? m ,H!
iteration of the public l?the
MEETING OF COUNCIL.
The". Enterprise ? Railroad Again - A
Plank-road to be Laid Through Alex?
ander Street-Vaccine for the Poor.
Council met at five o'clock yesterday after?
noon. Present, the Mayor, Aldermen O'Neill,
Bowen, Voigt, Garrett, Sweegan, Glover,
Kenny, Michaels, Johnston, Moran, Brown
andSlgwald. The minutes ol the last meet?
ing were read and continued.
The following petitions were presented: Of
Patrick McNanly, asking permission to use a
piece of vacant city land adjoining the corner
of St. Phillp and Borgard streeis, lor the erec
lion of a wooden building; referred to the
committee on public lands. Of Alexander
Isaacs, asking ior the payment o? past due
ci ty stock; received aa information. O? John
Robinson & Co., to erect a band cotton press
on Atlantic wharf; granted. Of J. Ford Prlo
leau, tor renewal of lost certificates of city
stock; referred to the committee on ways and
means. Ol E. C. Holland, asking that a new
street be laid out along the pond at the west
end of Bee street; referred to the Mayor.
The Mayor read a communication signed by
a number sf draymen, culling attention to the
bad condition of tbe streets In the vicinity of the
Northeastern Railroad depot, and asking ibat
the same be remedied. In this connection, he
stated that the following order had been Is?
sued by Judge Graham on Saturday last:
On motion of D. T. Corbin, city attorney, lt
is ordered that the Enterprise Railroad Com?
pany be allowed until the first day of October,
1872, to put the streeis through which their
track passes In suitable repair lor public
travel, and especially for the relaying o? the
plank-road In John, Elizabeth, Chapel, Wash?
ington an.1 Calhoun streete, so that there
shall be no further cause of complaint against
the said road.
The Mayor, however, stated that, as the fall
trade had begun much earlier this year than
usual, he had Instructed Inspector Ferguson
to lay A plank-road through Alexander street,
from Calhoun io Chapel. The force o? city
laborers .being too small, he was compelled to
employ outside aid. The contractor who laid
the King street plank-road was willing to lay
this road with five sleepers instead of four,
the usual number, at one dollar and ten cents
per running toot. He asked Council to con?
firm this action, and consent to the immediate
la; lng of the road under the supervision ol
the committee on streets.
Council confirmed the action of the Mayor
and consented to the layiog of the road.
The Mayor further stated that be held in con?
templation the laying ot plank-road through
Middle street ior the purpose of connecting
with the road through Alexander street, and
making u straight road from: East Bay to the
Northeastern Railroad depot. He would not
ask: for. the latter road, however, until the
completion of the termer.
Favorable reports were made upon the fol?
lowing petitions: O? Mrs. Mordecai, to erect
a wooden kitchen upon her premises; report
adopted by Council. Ol Isaac D. Wilson and
otnersr/or renewal of lott cenia cat es of City
stock; adopted. Of E. fat. J. Fripp, to erect a
steam cotton gin in Traddstreet, near Council;
adopted. Of residents of Liberty street,
asking that that street be no longer con?
sidered a stand for spring carts; adopted.
An unfavorable report was made upon the
petition of Mrs. Wilson, for remission ol pen?
alties on past due taxes; adopted. The peti?
tion o? A. and O. Blake, for reduction of the
assessment ot lands upon Charleston Neck,
was transferred from the committee on ways
and means to that on assessment. The com?
mittee on contracts reported that tne lowest
estimate for making the contemplated repairs
to tho oharieetoa ooiictc uuu oecn rendered
by George W. Egan. Some alterations ot the
original plans for the Improvements having
been subsequently made by the city engineer,
reducing the necessary expenditure, lt was re?
solved, on motion of Alderman Sweegan, that
Mr. Egan's estimate be laid upon the table and
that new estimates be called for.
The committee to whom was referred the
resolution of the vestry of St. Paul's Church,
offering to allow the City Council to build a
cistern under that church, reported that they
did not ieel authorized to recommend the ac?
ceptance or the proposition in the present im?
poverished condition of the city finances. The
report was adopted.
A resolution authorizing the city registrar
to procure a sufficient quantity ol good vac?
cine matter for distribution among the poor,
was offered by Alderman Sweegan and adopt?
ed by Council.
Another resolution authorizing the publi?
cation In THE NEWS and Courier ol the acts
regulating the construction of brick and wood,
en buildings, was offered by the same alder?
man and likewise adopted.
A resolution offered by Alderman Garrett to
continue the pay of the city police for two
months dnrlog sickness, was laid on the table
after some discussion. Council then ad.
CHARLESTON DAILY REPUBLICAN.
CHARLESTON, September 17,1872.
It ls proper to Inform the readers o? the
Charleston Dally Republican ol the cause of
the non-appearance of the paper this after?
noon. Some months ago, and shortly after
the organization ol the Republican Printing
and Publishing Company, a mortgage of the
personal property of the company was execu?
ted in favor of E. W. M. Mackey. The debt
secured by this mortgage feli due in May last.
Yesterday Mr. Mackey gave notice that unless
this debt were paid, be should foreclose the
mortgage, and last evening and this morning
sent his agents to the office of the Republican
to take possession ot the property of the con?
cern. The presses, type, fte., are now In his
custody. With the legal questions involved in
Mr. Mackey's proceedings the public have no
interest. His unlooked lor actlou has caused
a temporary embarrassment, but the propri?
etor has already made arrangements by which
the publication of the paper can be continued;
iud he Lakes pleasure in saying that lt will ap?
pear to-morrow afternoon and regularly there?
after. J. EVANS BRITTON.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND
The Dally Bulletin, ol Monday, September
16, says :
There is a fair Inquiry for potatoes at about
ormer prices. Our quotations are in bulk;
n shipping order 50 cents per bbl must be
idded. We quote: Early Rose at $1 50al 75,
ind early Goodrich and Jackson whites at $la
. 25; sweets $3 50a4 per bbl. We quote vege
ftbles : Green corn $lal 25 per 100. Red i
nions, per bbl, $2a2 50; do Connecticut white ,
14 per bbl. Squash, marrowfat, per bbl, 75ca 1
il. New turnips $2 20a2 50 per bbl. Cabbages
Sala per 100. Beets, Jersey, $1 60. Tomatoes
?0a70c per baBket. Egg plant 50a76c per
lozen. Lima beans $1 75 per bag; do, shelled,
4 per bushel.
Peaches are In but moderate request to
lay, but without essential change in price.
)ther fruits continue quiet and unchanged
Ve quote as follows : Apples-Fall pippins,'
ter bbl, 75ca$l 50; Greenings, do, 75ca$l 25. 1
?ears-Bartlett, per crate, $2*3 25; do., per F
ibl, 312d$16; Dutchess, do, $5u6; Flemish
leanly, per bbl, $5a6 50; table, per bbl,
? i3 25; common, do. $la2 50. Grapes
Concord, per lb. 5a7c; Delaware, do., 10al2c.
'eaches-Delaware, good to prime, per crate,
lal 26; do, fair to good, do, 70a$l; do., per
lasket, 40ca$l; Jersey, do, 30ca$l. Plums
Teen gages, per bbl, $5aC; blue do., $5a6.
felons-nutmeg, Jersey, per bbl, 38ca$l 50;,.
rater, Jersey, per 100, $15a20; do, seconds and ?
nbs, $3al3. 1
MORTUARY REPORT EOE THE If EEK.
The following ls the official return of deaths
in the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing September 14, 1872. Of the three deaths
among the whites, one was caused by murder,
another by a nervous affection, and Billi an?
other, the case of an infant, by marasmus.
Five of the seventeen deaths among the col?
ored were caused by trismus, or lock-jaw, In
Infants under ten days old. The E1X still?
births were also colored._
BLACKS OR COL'
Whites s, Blacks ana Colored 17-total 20; and
M l-? \ *
Under 1 year of age
Between i and 6
Between 6 and io
Between 20 and 80
Between 30 and 40
Between 40 a^d 60
Between 60 and 60
Bet wee- 80 and 00
Between 90 and loo
years of age.
years or age.
years or age.
years of age.
years of age.
y ears-or age.
years of age.
years or age.
Oxo. S. PELZKK, M. D., City Registrar.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-SEPTEMBRE 17.
Wm. A. Cielo, North Carolina; S. Emanuel,
New York; P. D. Garrick, Gadsden's; G. D.
Berrlheim, Wilmington; S. V. Bunting, North
Carolina; George H. Camelson, Orangeburg;]
C. Jaffer, Columbia; S. A. Treat, Boston; G.
A. Wilkins, Savannah; N. H. Coleman, Geor?
gia; John W. Stokes, Atlanta; John B. Neal,
Thompson; A. F. Hopkins,Providence; Henry]
Hahn, Aiken; George McGlnley and family,
Florida; Mrs. Snyder and two children. New
York; Blair Anderson, Georgetown; James F.
Gadsden, Columbia; L. Rutbdauff, Macon; |
Robert M. Welch, Sumter; J. W. Drowning,
Bamberg; Major A. R. Egbert, U. S. A.; Henry
M. Fuller, South Carolina.
Gao. S, Sbirer, Orangebnrg; J. E. Hendrix,
North Carolina; E. J. Caughman, Lexington; |
E. D. Pearsall, North Carolina; W. McNeill,
South Carolina; Wm. Gelsner, Jr., D. W.
Haines, Florence; W. P. Callum, Batesvllle; |
R. Collins, Marlon; J. DI vi ne, W. C. Birchmore,
New York; G. 8. Wilson, Jacksonville, Florida;
A. Wiehman, Walterboro'; H. C. Richard, W.
J. Doyle, Florida; R. S. Smith and wife, Tim
monaville; E. G. Whitney, North Carolina; F.
E. Turner, Wlnnsboro'; J. H. Houee, Georgia;
Jas. W. BellowB, G. W. Anderson,-Little
and wife, Georgia; John Clarke, Port Royal
Railroad; M. Albrecht, Orangeburg.
TITO OTATE DOAZID OF EQUALIZATION.-The
State Board ot Equalization met at the county j
auditor's office at twelve o'clock on Monday.
Messrs. George S. Hacker, C. W. Selgnious,
John H. Devereux, W. J. McKinlay, R. E. De
reef and S. L. Bennett were -present. The j
meeting was organized with Mr. Hacker as !
chairman and Mr. Devereux as secretary, and
then adjourned to meet again on Friday next,
at four o'clock P. M., in the same piace. Ap?
plications for reduction of asseBments will al ?
that lime be considered.
STRAWBERRY PLANTS -Messrs. Blum A Mil?
ler offer for sale plants of ilia celebrated Kal?
mia strawberry. The berries ot this variety
took the premium at the floral fair in May last.
See the advertisement.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PDRCHASINO FOR
CASH.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock ol Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, Ac., on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act o? the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE to each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them prim eu upon the label on
each bottle or package. TUE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print lo order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Sped- j
mens may be seen on application.
"NOT VERY WELL."-A feeling of vague
bodily discomfort, which does not amount lo
positive Illness, and yet Is Incompatible with
health, ls olten aptly described by the phrase
"not very well." This feellDg usually arises
from a deficiency o? the nervous power which
ls required to keep the vital machinery In
vigorous and healthful operation. Nervous
weak ness has too lrequently 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
case does not admit of delay. Revitalize the
system at once, and effectually, with Hostet
ter's Bitters-that peerless Invlgorant, which,
by infusing new health and strength into the
system, protects It against disease more surely
than ever knight of old was protected by
irmor of proof against his foe.
LANGLEY is still making those Une Cotton
Shirts, with Irish linen fronts, for $2 50.
Also Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds
jf Ladles' furnishing goods, at very low j
Stitching of ali kinds done to order, at No.
.61 King afreet sep9-lmo
Hews, $1 50 per
American Stereoscopic I
dozen. HASEL STREET
ENVELOPES.-A large stock of envelopes al?
lays on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
oercantile purposes, which will be printed
,ud furnished at prices to snit the times.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
heir Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, <fec, .
trinted neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav- J fl
ig orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
FEATHER DDSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
ITREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
COTTON FACTORS in need of Market Reports
nd Account Sales will do well to call at THE I ?
?EWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and '1
BUILD INO MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
ind large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at bis warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pinckney street.
The above are all made at bis 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. mchS-fmwlyT
MESSRS. FOBCHQOTT,- BENEDICT & Co. notify
the public that on or about September 20th
they will remove to their new and elegant
building, No. 276 King street. Besides their
excellent stock of Dry and Fancy Goods, they
will make it a speoial 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 Oil Cloths, all widths; Bugs,
Mats and Matting, all at very low figures.
PARCHEESI 1 PARCHEESI !-A royal .game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Boom. apr20-w
LAWYERS can have their Brieis printed Id
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
NKW YORK-Per s'eamship Charleston-ll bags
sea Island and 1661 bales upland cotton, 30 tierces
rice, 129 bales domestics, 8i2 bbla rosin, and i66
packages sundries.Per brig W H Parks
24,276 feet lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per sehr J H Stickney-396 tons
Th? Charleston Cotton, ince and rt ar? l
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, )
TUESDAY KV MN INO, September 17, 1872 f
COTTON.-This staple was in moderate demand,
the rates generally ruling about as the closing
rates of the day be rere, with an easier tendency
In some cases; sa es soo bales, say I at w%, 2 at
ie*, 4 at 17,14 at ITM, 31 at 17K, 04 at 17X, 132
sit 18, 412 at 13>;, 17 atl8K, 31 at 18K, 60 at 18K&
Ordinary to good ordinary.io @I7J?
RICE.-There was a limited business at steady,
rates; sales about loo tierces of clean Carolina, say
4 tierces at 7c, 86 at 8,45 at sj?c 9 m. Wo quote
common to fair at :@7K. good 8?8>?.
NAVAL STORES.-THO receipts were 112 bbla
spirits turpentine and 664 bbls rosin. There
were no sales reported. Crude tnrpentlne may
bo quoted at $3 60 fl bbl for virgin, $3 io for yel?
low dip, and $180 for hard.
Ka s io nra.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct, nore -
salon uplands, nominalen sea islands; via New
fork, 9 led on ?aplauda, - on sea islands ; by sall,
nominal ou uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre- on uplands, coast wise-?o New york
by steam |250on uplands and - on sea Islands;
(2 fl tierce on rice; coo fl bbl on rosin
by sall Kc 9 ?on cotton; - ll tierce
on rice; 60o fi barrel on rosin; $8 fi M on
tomoor; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by sall,
<c ft Hi on upland cotton; rosin 66c; rosa wed
stun* $10010 60; phosphate $6@o oo. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 fi Mon boards,Kc ? ? or,
cotton; by steam $1 fl bale on New York rates.
TO Philadelphia, by steam $2 fl on cotton;
by sall, $3 f M on boards; $9 60@io on timber; $8
per ton en clay, and $3af8 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team Ko ? ? by eau, $0 6007 fi
M on boards; $808 M on timber; $8 26 fl
ton on phosphate rock. Voasels are in .de?
mand by our merchant! to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, s. O., Darlon and satllla River,
aa., and Jacksonville, Pia., to Northern ports,
and $io@i2 fi U are tbe rates on lumber and
Ex.CHA NOB.-sterling 60 day bills unsettled and
ooussrio EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
tight checks on New York at K@K per cent, oil,
and sell at par.
markets by Telegraph?
LONDON, September 17.
Noon.-Consols 92X. New lives 89K?
Evening.-Consols and American securities un?
KEW YORK, September 17.
Noon.-Freie hts steady. Stocks weak. Money
6. Gold 14. Exchange, long 8; short fl*.
Evening.-Money active and strong to-day,
wheu tbe rates for call loans advanced from a to
7Ka7K per cent, per day at the close Demand
very pressing from stock brokers. Gold excited
at i3Kal4K. Governments steady and closed
strong. Eighty-ones 15K; slxty.twos 18*; sixty
lours 13K; sixty-Aves 14*; new 12*. States dall
and stesuy. Tennessees Isjtf; new 72K; Virginias
46; new 61;consols 60>?; deferred 16K; LOUIBUDBS
64; new 48; levee sixes 68; eights 60; Alabama
eights 83; fives 60; Qeoula sixes 72; sevens 86:
south Carolinas 60; new 24K; April and October,
" . LIVERPOOL, september 17.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands 9ka9?id
Or leans lOaiOKd; sales yesterday reached laoM
bales, whereof 2000 sold after close. 1
Later.-Colton. Bteadler; sales 10 OOO bales
6pecul?tlon and export 300?. * '
Evening-tost?n closed unchanged.
r. .. NKW YORX. September 17.
i?nHVoenonn5 "^?,tt0n weak; ealea e?* bales; up
landB 20>ic,O.leaflB 2lc; receipts or cotton tb
net 48 bales; gross 1456. Sales of cotton
w'400 biles, as follows: ?ep?en?
iw'tiK^' 0cl0Der> 18*aiec; November,
i!S?W2.; Peceml?r. 18 l3-ieai9e; January, loxa
Aplite! MT'1913"16a20c: M*rch' *x*?*?i
riMtt^m i.- BOSTON, September 17.
"f?.1.00 qulet: middlings tlc; gross rccel?ts
799 bales jBftlfi BAO; Block 6000. receipts
PHiLADhLpnu, September 17.
Cotton quiet; miudlings ?O^C.
n..*^ , ,. B.LTIMUKB, September 17.
hl o? .dQl ! middlings ?xe; gross receipts 1216
g?SS""i 8al*> *?? even
NORFOLK, September 17.
J?, tiffi5 low middlings i8Kc; net re
bales 5 lxP?rtB C(W8twl8e 273; stock ie62
n"?-? WILMINGTON, September 17.
cotton quiet; mlddlngs 18c; net receipts 295
Dales; exports coastwise 656; sales 192; stock loo
, SAVANNAH, september 17.
cotton in moierate demand; middlings I8?c
f2ofbSfe%y5.17XC;net ,ecelptfl2?8bal,,8; sa'e3
" ... .. AUGUSTA, September 17.
, 0?"??dull; middlings 17Kc; net receipts 884;
n"f,?" A " MEMPHIS, September 17.
Lotion dull and nothing doing; mi,idlings 19c:
receipts 294 bales; shipments 40; stock 2788.
" MOBILE, September 17.
cotton firm; middlings i8Kc; net receipts 189
jolts; exports coastwise 261; sales 600; stocic 3265.
" " Nsw ORLEANS, September 17.
cotton strong; low ralddllugs 18Kc; middlings
ox; net receipts 6099 bales; gross 65C9; sales
?660; stock 23,917.
nr.TT i M GALVESTON. September 17.
cotton duli and nominal; good on-lnary isa
lO.yc; net receipts 1199 bales; stock 10,973.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, September 17.
Noon-BreadBtHffi firm. Red winier wheat 12s
.d. corn 28s 9d. Lard 41s.
NEW YORK, September 17.
Noon.-Flour advancing. Wheat quiet and
lonnnally unchanged, corn a shaue Armer
'OTK steady at $14 io*14 26. Lard dull;steam 8?i
19 3-18. Turpentine steady at 5S%a69c. KoaiS
quiet at $4 1404 )6 for strained.
Evening.-Flour a shade firmer for common to
air extra; good to choice $i0 30al2 50. Whiskey
3. Winter wheat very scarce; red Western $170
Vestern mixed corn ?3Ka64. Pork firm at $14 ?o?
4 10; mess $Uaii60; prime $i2 60ai2 75; primo
ness beef quiet at $5a7 fur plain mesa and $8aio
or extra do. Lard heavy at 8Xa9K. Spirits mr
entine steady, 68Ka69. Rosm quiet at $4 ioa4 15
WILMINGTON, September 17
Spirits turpentlop quiet at 56?a57c. Roda quiet
t $3 66 for strained. $3 90a4 for low No l ia 76
or extra No 2. Crude turpentine Armer at ?a 26
or hard, $5 for yellow dip and virgin. Tar quiet
nd firm at $310.
CINCINNATI, September 17.
Flour firm. $7 50a7 76. Corn steady at 46. Pork
rm at $13 25. Lard Arm at 8K for steam ren
ered. Bacon lu fair demand at 7Ka7K for
boulders; ile for clear sides.
ST. Loots, September 17.
Flour stpadv. Corn Armer at 36a37 for No 2
ilxed. Whiskey Armer. Pork unchanged ; sales
rd er lots at $14 60. Bacon active and higher;
ales shoulders at VJ?HS; clear sides lix. Lard
rmer; sales summer at s.u.
LOUISVILLE, September 17.
Floor firm and lu good demand; family extra
$6 60a7. Oom quiet at 56a58. Porte lower; $13 25
asked. Bacon in good demand at 7Kail.'i for
clear sides packed. Lard steady at sKaic-K;
order lots # nigher, ?vn fskey s t eady- ?t'90.
New York Narrai Stores Market.
HEW YORK, September 16.
The Dallv Bulletin says: Receipts today 6104
bbl? robin, 959 do spirits turpentine. Spirli s tur?
pentine recovered somewhat from the weakness
noticed at the close or yesterday's market, and
closes steady at 69c tor merchantable order.
Sales 187 bbls including some poor packages at
6Sc, and 60 bbls 68<?c. Jn strained rosin lOoo bbl9
sold early lu the day it $4 and afterward resold
at $4 io, which price was freely bid at the close.
Tar and pitch quiet and unchanged.
New Yorlc Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, September 16.
The Dally Bulletin says: The demand has been
moderate. No sales nf Patna are made owing to
the absence of good grades, which Increases the
sales of carolina. Tf.e sales are loo bassof-Ran
goon at 6j?a7>?o ant 60 tierces carolina at 8MA
Wllaall gton Market.
WILMINGTON, September io.
SPIRITS T?RPENTTHB-Has advanced lc. The
sated to-day were 299 casks at 66c and 71 casks at
66>ic per gallon ior Southern packages.
. ROSIN.-The lowei grades were quiet today
and the market was without transactions. Toe
finer and medlnm glades were in good inquiry,
and 1407 bbls at $6 I6a3 90 for low No. 1, $4a4 25
for No. l, S4 60 for oxtra No. 1, $5a6 25 for low
pale, 15 50 for pale and $e for extra pale.
CK CDS TURPENTINE.-Yellow dtp and virgin
have declined 25c. The receipts and sales to day
were 682 bbls at $3 23 for hard and $6 for yellow
dip and virgin.
TAR.-Receipts an 1 sales of 46 bbls at $310 per
bbl. Market steady.
COTTON_Sales of 121 bales (mixed) ot iee per
Hecelpts per ll tllroad, September 17.
SOUTH OA KOLUNA RAILROAD.
982 bales cotton, 16 bbls rosin and crude. 1 car
car stock. To Railroad Agent, Mowry A ton, W
K Ryau, Geo W Williams A co, Pcizcr. Rodgers A
co, W B Williams A Son, W W Smith. Pringle A
Son, A J Salinas, W P Dowling. Q II Walter A co,
Witte Bros, L D DeSausBure, T PSmith. Reeder A
Davis, A S Smith, w ti l iden A Jones, W C Bee A co,
Sloan A Seignlous, W Gurney, Crawley A Dehoo,
W A Boyle, Murdanna A Weekly, E H Fros A co, F
C Mey, G Foll?n A Si n, Bollmann Bros.
NOHTUK/ STBRK KAILKOAD.
192 bales cotton. 8S bbls spirits turpentine, 744
bbls roslD, io bbls crude, cars of lumber, tobac
co, mdse, Ac. To Whllden A Jones, Barden A
Parker, Klnsmau A Howell, E B Frost A co, Wm
K Ryan, G W Williams A co, Thos P Smith, A J
Salinas, Reeder A Davis, A S Smith, CF Levy,
Pelzer, Rodgers A co, G H Walter A co, Mowry
A Sou, Murdaugh A Weekly, Caldwell A Son, A B
Mulligan, Tren nola A Son, Pringle A Son, T G
Boag, Raveuel A co, W P Dowling, E Welling, S D
?stoney, Dowle, Moine A Davis. Ingraham A son, J
S Gibbs, Dukes A co, W 0 Bee A co, C R Holmes,
G W Mciver, Quookenbush, Estlll A co, S A u Rail?
road Agent, N a Railroad Agent, and others.
Per steamship Charleston, for New York-M
Costello and wife, airs Leon and child, R H Ford,
Miss O A Michaels, W ? Weils, Mr* H Armstrong,
M E Goodwin, G conner.
Per steamship Champion, from New York
E Mnrphy. John Bodkin. H Heed, c B Buist. Mrs J
H Fry, Annie M Fry, J H Durbec, W J Doyle, R S
Bruns, W o Br lc it m or e. B Anderson, N Putney, F
K Houston, L Kutti run ff, J Device, ? Brown, W EL
KI vera, H Brown, J Harris, M Root, Mrs J Adorns,
Mrs O B Pennell, A F Hopkins, Mr Stokes, G MC
(linley, wire and tvo chUdren, A Weichman, Mrs
Schneider, L Schnobert and daughter, L Webb
and wile. G S wilson, Mrs Comerford and three
children, H O Richard, CP Poppenhelm, wife and
two children. A Br.rao, G H Ingraham and wife,
R M Marshall and wire, A T Smythe, J B Neill. E
H Jackson, J W Rdad, W W Childs. W H Watson
and wire. Charlotte Wallace, and nina deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from savannah via
Beaufort, Bilton 13ead. and Way Landings-H
Van ness, wire and child, and four deck.
New Moon, 2d. 7 hours. 84 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, lott:. 8 hours. 44 minutes, evening.
Fun Muon, leth, ll. hours, 46 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 24th, 8 hours, 2 minutes, evening.
F IB KS.
it. ? B.
SI A JUKE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, 13. G.. .SEPTEMBER 18, 1872.
Lat se deg 46 min its sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 soc.
j ARRI PED I ESTERDA 1.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
left i4th inst. Mlae. To Jas Adger A co, J E
Adger A co, S O Railroad Agent, N E Railroad
Agent, Southern Exp. esa co, D A Amine MAA
A shun, 0 D A h rei; s A co, Edwin Bates A co, H
Bischoff A co. Wm M Bird A co, H Brown, T M
Bristoll A co, B Boyd, Dr H Baer, C Bart A co, S
Brown, J P brown, J Bee, T A Beamish, Henry H
Bolger, Thoa S Budd, E F Benedict, J A Brenner,
Balcken A Wobltman, crane, Boylstou A co, W H
1naree A co, L cohen A co, Cameron, Harkley A
co, C Clatty, Chas9 A Outttno. Henry Cobla A co,
Cohen A Wells, J O H Claussen, Dowle. Moise A
Davis, R L David A co, John U Devereux, J B
Duval A Son, Elias Bros, D F Fleming A co, Jno
S Fairly A co, I orsv the, Mccomb A co. Furciigott,
Benedict A co, I L Falk A co, B Feldmann A co,
Fogartle'B Book Depot, E H Frost A co, s Fuss, P
L Gull lenin, C Grnveiey, Hart A co, N A Hunt, J
W Harrison, J Hu -karup A co, T M Horsey A Bro,
J H Hillen, 1H Hali A co, I Hy m <n A co, J Isear,
S Jancovlob, Jeffords A co, Johnston, Crews A
co, il Klaue A co. Kinsman A Bro. H W Krlete,
Kinsman A Howell, Q Koester, J P Kiep. Kreisel
.t Bandes, Kanapaux A Gonzalez. W H Lafar, P
B L liane A co, A Langer, Laurey, Alexander A
co, R Lawless, J Lewis, Locke A Gronlng, Mrs L
Mehrieus, J Q Mllnor A co, E W Marshall A 0 >,
P F Morray. McLoy A Rice, Martiu A Mood, w
Marscher. Man toi e A co, R C Minings, W McKay.
Mn ru a ng h A Wee ?ly, R Muller, A Meie hers, R H
McDonald, A Mmltz A co, J F O'Neill, J C Ojenian,
15 O'Neill, Cha* uliou, C F Panknln. Euw Perry.
C P Poppenhelm, C C Plonge, Quackenbnsh, Eslll
A co. D Paul A co Paul, Welch A co, Haven el A co,
Steamer Pilot Bo], J Rnghelmer, Ravenel, Holmes
A co, Roach A Mo treu, O C Righter, Stol), Webb A
00, O F Wleters, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Geo
H Walter A 00, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, Sun?
day Times, E B Stoddard A co, P wiueman A co,
Wagen er A Mousses. M Tries:, W Steele, Robert
White, Wm Shepherd A co, Rleeke A Pe.erman. P
P Toale. 8 Thomson, H Stender, E Scott. S H wu.
son A Bro. W J Yates, U Soabeyroux, Wm Direr
nardi. Taylor A co, F von Santen, H W Wilson. J
U Wuhrniann A co, and others.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, from Savannah,
Boaurort, Pacific and ChlBOlm's Landings. 4 bales
cotton and mdse. To Ravenel, Holmes A co, L D
UeSaussnre, G Foll?n A Sou, KUnck, Wlckenberg
A co, and others.
steam tug Ben Thatcher, Springe, Georgetown,
S O. To Master. Put lu for repairs.
Pilot boat Neca, Sexton, Savannah. To Master.
Put in for repairs.
Pilot boat Pet, King, Savannah. To Master.
Pat la for repaln..
toat from Christ Church. 3 bags sea island
colton. To W M Lawton A Son.
Boat from Chi 1st Church 8 bags sea iBlaud
cotioo. To Kins nan A Howell.
Boat from Ed lata 4 bags sea Island cotton. To
Kinsman A Howe ll.
Boat from Christ Church. 3 bagssealsland cot?
ton. To R Roper.
Recoivedfrom Chlsolm's Mill. 49 tes rice. To
Ravenel A co, Stoney A Lowndes, and Wm c Bee
Sloop Lalla, from Rantowles. 3 bags sea Island
cotton. To WA Boyle.
Steamship Ohiifleston, Berry, New York-Jae
Adger A Co.
sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
Brig W H Parki, Dix, New Yorjc-Maeter.
Steamship Cha;leston. Berry. New York.
Brlf? M JS Penaell, Plummer, Brunswick, Ga.
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore,
steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palaua via Jack?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship so itu carolina, Beckett, at New
Fork, september 17.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, at Baltimore, leih
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
British ship Edith, Hilton, at Liverpool, 31st
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
BOSTON, September 17.
Arrived, eteacishlp Heca. ?
NEW YORK, September 17.
Arrived, steamships South Om olin* and Scotia.
Arrived out, C.iy ot Paris, Limerick, oceanic.
Evening-Arrived, steamships Mauhattan and
Arrived out, the Ville de Paris.
L-ST OF VESSELS
DP, OLEARE] i AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.,
F O R"?7Q N .
ir ship Edith, Hilton, cleared.August 31
ship Nautilus, spencer, salted.August 23
Phe Granton, Rowland, sailed.July 25
3r bark Fille de l'Air, Jones, up.August 27
me Tiber, M mei, sailed.Aug 28
Tho Cormorant, Hansen, sailed.August 12
Bark 8apho, wubur, np.Joly 81
H AV AX A. .
Br bark Glencoe,- Ooliyhorm, sailed.Sept 5
Brig O O Colson,-..np.... Qonf a
sour J H Hanc.cK, ci oweu, I
. NOW YOKE. ..
Brig Rio Grande, McLelian, cleared.. sent fi
Brig Griding-Mar. Freethoy, cleared !^ ll
Scnr Myrover, Brown, cleared. ;T7 7
Sehr Jarnet, Tllton, cleared. *"?'nPn?? ?
Sehr B N nawKlns, Wyatt, np...... 7
Sehr Jonas smith. Hodgkinson, cleared'.*' senlia
Scnr A Murchie, Merrill, cleared.. sf vt o
Scnr Minnie, Hudson, up....Se it io
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, cleared.'..'.""sept u
Pill Li DR I, Viii A.
Brig Haze, Hooper, cleared.-,.sept -
Sehr G P Wright, Cropper, cleared.sept 12
Sehr Lewis Ehrman, Fooks, up.Sept 13
Sehr M E Vancleaf, Thorndike, sall'd.... August 28
Sehr WI.Ile Luce, Talbot, up.Sept 7
EEKLY LINE TO
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, 8. C.
Captain W. T. McNelty,
Will leavo Accommodation Wharf r ..^IFT^js
every MONDAY MORNING,at 8 o'clock', wSBBSm
for Savannah, Beaufort. Hilton Head aud opauiMi
Wells. Returning, will leave savannah every
1 OBS DAY MORN INO.
Will leave for Beaufort, PaclOc and Cblsclm's
Landings every THOKSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
KeturniDg, will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
Freights received WBDNBSDATS and s AT cu ?AT s
must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Freight received for points ou savannah River,
to be transferred to Steamer CLYDE, which leaves
Sovannab every TUESDAY MORNING.
Cabin Passage to Beaufort, $3.
Deck Passage to Beaufort, $1 ?0.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A 00.,
aeplS-wa_-_No. 80 East Bay.
TO A ND FROM SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, TOUCH?
ING AT MOUNT PLEASANT GOING AND RE?
The Mt. Pleasant and sullivan's - . ?fl"**?.
Island Ferry Company will run one JftSSHK
or tbeir Steamers every EVENING, commencing
WEDNESDAY, the nih inst., leaving Ferry Wharf;
foot of Market street, at 7 o'clock:, P. M.; return?
ing, leave the Island at lox o'clock, P. M., until
Fare for round trip. 36 cents.
Sepio E. PRENDERGAST, Agent.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
CaptainL. M. Cozetter, will leave,_
Charleston every TUESDAY EVENING, at han pasto
O'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE, PALATE.A. ANO ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, DICTATOR will, leave PALATKA
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SAVANNAH SUNDAY MORN?
ING, arri viii g ;bere SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
All Wav Fi eight must be prepaid. .
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
commodatlons, apply to
RAVENEL A co., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
Crags at tuhoLcsalc.
WHY SHAKE ANO BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
SILVER SPRINGS, NEAR OOALA, FLA., 1
March 1,1871. j
MESSRS. HOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
S. 0.-Dear Sirs: I regard MOIRE'S FEVtiK ANO
AUUE PILLS os a certain cure, and a blessing to
all living In the malarious districts of the South,
and particularly In the everglades of oar State.
Very respectfully, yours, '
JAS. B. 1 <WENS, M. D.
KING STREE, S. o., December si, 1870.
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHARLESTON, S. C.-Dear sin
I have used your FEVER AND AGUE PILLS in
my practice this fall, and have never In the first
instance failed to relieve my patients. I have
uow frequent calls lu my drug store for them, and
I always recommend them, aud with the happiest
results. I wish that yon may have the satlsfao
tlon of knowing that your "Fever and Agu?
Pills" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medicines that I have tried have
foiled todo. Youm, respectfully..
J. S. BROUKINGTON. M. D.
MBRCATURS, BARNWELL DIST., a. C., i
July 12,1871. J
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Sir: in reply to your
quention as to what has been the success of your
F EV KR ANO AGUE PILLS, that h. ve been sold
by us, we would say as far as we know, they
have given entire satisfaction. We shall continue
to recommend them.
W. T. BLANTON A SON.
NEAR GREEK POND, S. A 0. R. R. 1
November ll, 1870. J
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: 1 am glad to say
your FEVER AND AGUE PILLS are all you claim
for them. 1 have used them in my family and on
my place, and in every case they have proved ef?
fectual; some of the cases I had tiought chronic,
as they have lasted over two years. lu no case
was more than a single box required, and In no
case has the disease returned, and lt is over three
mouths ago since I used them.
Yours. AC B. K. WILSON.
GOURDIN'8 DEPOT. N. E. R. R, Sept. ie, 1871.
MESSRS. DOWLS, MOISE A DAVis-tirs: 1 am im?
proving in health almost as fastas 1 ?...a, laboring
under diff?rent old chronic diseases. I tuon
MODE'S FEVER AND AGUK PILLS, agreeable to
directions, and find them the nest medicine 1
have ever taten, and they have made a complete
cure of ennis and Fever on me, and my case was
one fi the worst.
Your bumble servant.
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY;
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain uo ursenlc or poisonous ingre?
dients of any kind-nothlug in the least degree
injurious to the system under any circumstances
-and may be administered wltu perfect safety
They never fall to care the most obstinate case
when taken HS directed,
sold by Druggists Hnd Dealers everywhere.
D0W1E, MOIsE A DAVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Druggists,
May30-iha6mo Charleston, s. 0.
jy& BARR'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor or these PIUs confidently be
lleves that he has succeeded, by a ekiirul combi?
nation or vegetable remedies, in producing a pre
pat ation that will bring health and happiness to
the unfortunate sufferer, in the following dis?
eases i hey have been nsed by thousands with
most wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Us nen lei y, Pile', Diseases of the Skin,
Pain in the side, BacR and Limbs, f-tck Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfecn safety by
persons of any age or sex. No family should be
Price 26 cents a box; 6 boxes for one dollar.
The usual discount to the trade. _. "_
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
aug?_No. 131 Meeting street.
BEF, WINE AND IRUfl
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are uow getting Into general use, especially in
cases of delicate females and chlhtien. They may
be had of DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A rull stock or Elixirs, and all the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations., always kept on
Jp O R LIVER PO OL. *.
The first-class British Bark GEORGI ANA, JSA
John Mann, Muster, will load with dlspatchSH*
for thea above port. ?Por Freight eo-ragements,
apply-to HES RY CARD
sepl4_: Accommodation Wharf.
jp O Ii NEW TOBE.
KEW YORK AND CHAULE STOW
ESTABLISH E D , 1846.
The splendid Sldewheel Steamship CHAMPION
K. w. Lockwood, Commander, will SB? from
???!r8.S.0D,ll? "Wbwt on FE ID AY, Ute 20tU- In?
stant, at e o'clock A. M.. -, . 9 . ?./
MW Mai tne Insurance by thia Une ??-percent,
r ?????02Pi BmSL?i La(lln& Klvcn on cotton to
?55l???h ^^-VProvldeuoSand the New Eng
land m >n?TactannR towna. ~*
For Freight or passage engagements apply (0
sema.? JAJBES. ADQER A Ct;., ?
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON'SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, oapi^Binckiey, ;
GULF STRE?^Captain Hunter, \
Are now regularly on tho una. mawing a nm
claas sea connection between miad^phla and
Charleston, and m alliance" with Railroad Cora- -"
panles at both termini afford rapid transporterai :
to and from all points in tho Cotton Siatee. ana
to and rrom oincinnatL St Louis, CTMc^aa?S
the principal cities or- the Northwest, Boston:
Providence and the Saaten MaiinlaotarlnriO**^
?.The VlRGlNIAr-la ;app^tW tv kail '?oin -
Brown'a Wharf, oa FJUDAY, September 20, at??
o'clock P. M.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, Ho. ll'
South Dela ware Avenue, PMladelpMa, :
septM . .:z-i -rrk'.' ,-... .. : -.'
pOR KEW YORK.,; V
ON THURSDAY, SEBTEMBEB ?IV?TS"
O'CL OCK A. M. 1
(TEW IRON SraAM r^TNE-EBTABIJSHED" 1870 ?
STAT&BO^jutSALL ON DECK. ' ;v
The Splendid New Iron Bldewheel steamship
GEORGIA, Holmes,. Commander, will
sall for New York on THURSDAY. September. 19, at
7 o'clock A. M.. from Pier No. 2. ?nion Wnarvea.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England Cities as usnaL
ii.sn rn nee by Steamers of this Une }f per cent
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 2? Broad street,
or to WM. A. oouRTSNAY.No. 1 Dillon Wharve*.
arpl3 _?.? . ?
jp O R BO ST ON.
The steamship MERCED1TA, captain ^I-Z&u
Marun man ; will sall from Vanderhom'sSUSK
Wharf on SATTJKDAT, the 2lst Inst, ' Frei? ni tas eu
at reasonable fates.
For engagements, apply to. ? .
JAMES ADGER A 00., .
aepie 6 . . ?? ??? Agents.
pOR . BAL TIM O^B Bi
FREIGHTS RECEIVED. DAILY, .AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
a iii MB TO rnWliifc
FHILADRIiPHIA, BOSTON, ;
THE CITIES OP THE NDBTHWE8fcr ::
The Fine Steamship WM. KENNEDY, --
Ooujman<5er, will sall for Baltimore,' on THOBS?
DAT, loth September, at 7 o'clock P. *L - -. . i< *
. MW Phlladeipbln Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore;withonvadfr
Monal insnrance, and Consign?es are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to V.
PAUL 0. TR EN HO LH, Agent, .
sepu-s _ ' Na a Union. Wnarvea;
.pOU l^IYEBPOOL, VIA;Q?BENS^3WN
CARRYING THE UNITED: STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN ;
a^r?t& STEAM COMPANi
win dispatch ono of their nrat-class, ron power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY.,
Cabin Passage $80, gold. '? '? -
Steerage Passage (Office No. 20 irroadwaj?fa?,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to.
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 68 Wall street, H. Y.
N. B.-Through nula Lading to Liverpool tened
iy the Charleston and Now York Stearne?, whlob
nato dote connection with the above Uno.
For particulars and rato of Freight apply to ?
JAMES ADDER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A GOL
Qiavg Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
QHANGE OF SAILING DATS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH L'NS TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of tho above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street,, _
New York, at ri o'clock noon, of the tum. ann
and .loth of ev?ry month, except when these date?
fall on munday, then the Saturday preceding.
All depart ures connect at Panama with steam*
era for Month Pacific and central American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran*
cisco tl rat of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers touch at Ha vate, but
go direct from.New York to AsplnwalL .
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
Wharr foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. B. BABY, Agent.
<&lovcs, ijosierrj* &t.
KID AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM OME TO SIX BUTTONS.
Black, White, Light, Mode and Dark. All the new
fancy colors to match the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retail, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
NEW TJO R K ,
SOLE AGENT FOR THE UNITED STATES.
JgXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC.
This preparation ts Jost what manyVneraons
need. They wi.?h no oye, but only a HatrWuft
or nair Dressing-something that will keen .?
hair clean, and at the same time be a D easanr
hair dresslng-not too greasy. The "Excelsior''
meets all these indications, and should be ?rivin
a trial. Fitly cents a bottle; Ave bott ea lor tw?
douars. A liberal discount to thetadeT
For sale by the Manufacturer
DB, H. BABB, Nfc 181 kiting street.