Newspaper Page Text
MEETINGS THIS BAY.
Marlon Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Germania Lodge, K. P., at 8 P. M.
St, Josepk's Latin Society, at half-past 7
Hope Fire Company, at hall-past 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS BAY.
John 6. MUnor & Co. will sell at io o'clock,
at No. - Meeting street, two doors below their
store, shoes, dry goods, &c.
Pani B. Lalane & Co. will Bell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, sugar-cured hams.
R. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at 10
o'clock, at their office, a mule.
J. A. Baslow & Co. will Bell t.t 10 o'clock, at
their store, claret wine, molasses and hams.
T. M. Cater will sell al9 o'clock, at hlB store,
Lanrey, Alexander & Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at their store, shoulders, hams, &c.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, buggy, barouche, ?c.
THE WE ATHEE.
The range of the thermometer yester?
day at the drug store of Mr. Joseph
Blackman, on the south Bide ot Broad street,
was as follows : 8 A. M., 73; 10 A. M., 76; 12
M., 79; 2 P. M., 81; 4 P. M., 80; 6 P. M., 77; 8
P. M., 76. _______
-There was no meeting of the Board ot
-The chief of police designates, by adver?
tisement, the streets where spring carts may
stand for hire. I
_On and after to-morrow the first bell will J
ring at 7 P. M. and tbe last bell at 9 P. M.
-The third annual session ol Miss E. A.
Kelly's flourishing school begins on the first
Monday in October.
-The garrison at the Citadel is to have rifle
practice at Shelfs Farm, near the Bace
Course, every week.
-Tho summons against Mrs. Wingate, for
. keeping a disorderly house, was Instantly dis?
missed, there being no foundation for the
-An accident to the engine attached lo the
early morning train on the Northeastern Rail?
road, yesterday, caused the train to be delay?
ed for two hours.
-Isaac Held, a prominent colored politi?
cian of the Bowen-Tomllnson persuasion, died
on Tuesday afternoon of country fever. HIB J
fanerai took place yesterday afternoon.
-A subscriber asks that the city anIhorf- J
- ties will ont down the bush fence on the west |
sido of the King street plank-road, which
fence prevents drivers of vehicles from seeing
tho trains approaob.
-Tho Tomllnson Republicans hold elections
to-day In the various wards for delegates to J
their County .Convention, which assembles In
thia city on the 26th Instant The polls will
open at c A. M. and close at 2 P. M.
-One hundred and twenty-eight cars, load?
ed with freight of various kinds, arrived In
Charleston by the South Carolina Railroad,
between the hours of 5 A. M. and 5 P. M., yes?
terday. They constituted seven long tra?as.
-In consequence of the rush of freight the
steamship Champion will leave this city for j
New Yorx on Friday, and the steamship James
Adger, which is expected from New York this
ill probably leave again on Sunday.
IX that a"perrnon ror me re?
appointment of Trial Justice Lovett, who was j
removed a few- days since, was eigocd by u ?
large namber of citizens, and it ls most likely
th at the request will be granted.
. '-?.A horse attached to the buggy ol Dr.
Bosemon, while turning the corner of Meet?
ing and Chalmers street in a trot, about hall
past twelve yesterday, slipped and fell upon
Its side. The horse was uninjured, but one ol
toe boggy-shafts was broken.
* -Mr. Pritchard, the engineer at Bennett's
'Mill, at tbe east end o? Wentworth Btreet, was
accidentally struck on the head by an Iron
crow-bar while at his post on Monday alter
soon. He fell to the ground insensible, but i
-had recovered sufficiently the next morning
?to return to his duties.
-A colored yon tn, a son of Eogene Wall,
while playing base-ball In Calhoun street,
Tuesday afternoon, received a severe blow
apon tho forehead from a bat which slipped
ont of the hand of a playmate. The injury
may prove serious. This should serve asa
.warning of the danger of allowing boys lo
play base-ball In the streets.
. - The Regular Republicans of Ward No. 7
.looted ibo following officers on Monday eve- j
alng in compliance with tne cali ol their coun?
ty chairman, E. W. M. Mackey: J. A. Mush
ington, president ; Abram Taylor, first vice
president; P. H. Gordon, second vlce-presl*
'dent; James Perronneau, secretary, and E. P.
W*B, treasurer. A committee for rallying
the voters on election day was also elected.
THE BANK OE CHARLESTON.
.. A..handsome luncheon was served at the
offices or the. Bank of Charleston National
Banking Association yesterday morning, in
celebration of the conversion of the old Bank
of Charleston Into a National Bank. Most of j
tho leading bankers and merchants of tbe city i
were present, and took the opportunity of |
congratulating the officers of the bank upon
Its bright prospects.
The business of the bank, we are glad to
say, is steadily and rapidly Increasing, and
the certain continuance ot the energy, liberali?
ty and fair-dealing, which were noteworthy
la days gone by, may ?be relied on to raise the
bank to its old and honorable position as a j
leading monetary institution.
EATHER WARM.-The subjoin ed ex lr act from
a letter from De Soto Parish, Louisiana, gives
the people of South Carolina a mild Idea of j
tho torrid heat which this season has parched
np tba orops of the South In general. The
letter is dated August 30:
It ls so hot and dry here, and no rain, that
the peaches are cooked on the trees. We will
make very little cotton. All near here In the
A LITE PAPER FOR ADVSRTISEES.-Mr. John
Kershaw, the editor and proprietor ol the
Camden Journal, ls now in the city." The
paper which he represents ls conducted with
both ability and vigor, and has a large circu?
lation and wide influence. Advertisers can
not linda belter -medium for communicating
with tbe public of its section than ls offered
them ia the Camden Journal. Trade is open- j
lng, and the progress of Charleston largely
depends on the persistency with which the
claims of the city are published In the columns j
ol the press. .
SUDDEN- DEATH.-Morgan Sweeney, a negro
mah, sixty years old. fell dead about six
o'clock, yesterday afternoon, while working
as a laborer npon one ot the new houses in
?mreo of erection in St, Phillp street near I
Wentworth. The coroner was notified, and a |
J- of inquest was Impanelled, which render?
ed a verdict ot death from apoplexy. After
the Inquest the body was canted to the City
5?^,,tS'mThe decea8ea had been a slave of
Mr. C. C. Trnmbo. He is represented as hav?
ing been a iaithfnl servant. He leaves a iam
The New Plank-road ?n Alexander
Street-A New Storeho - Upon a New
Wharf-Addition to Arnold's Stables.
The contract for laying the new plank-road
through Alexander street, lrom Calhoun to
Chapel, which was proposed by the Mayor and
sanctioned by Council at Its last meeting, has
been awarded to Mr. Patrick Brady, the con?
tractor vtiio laid the plank-roads in King and
Spring Btreeta. As this road will be used
principally for the transportation of heavy
merchandise, such as cotton and naval stores,
the planks arv to belaid upon five sleepers,
instead of the usual number, wbich is four.
Mr. Brady has agreed to do the work at one
dollar and ten cents per running foot, and the
distance from Calhoun to Chapel streets being
about one thousand feet, will make an aggre?
gate cost of about twelve hundred dollars.
The lumber has already been carried to the
spot, and the work will be commeuced this
morning. It will be finished by the 28th inst.
A new wooden store-house, one story, of
twelve feet high, forty-five feet long by thirty
broad, with a queen post roof, covered with
tin, has recently been erected upon Hunter's1
wharf, on Cooper Blver, next south of the
east end ol Laurens street. The store-houBe
has been built by Mr. W. H. O'Brien, who has
recently engaged In the wood factorage busl-1
ness. It stands where lhere has never before
been a building of any kind; the wharf upon
which lt rests being a new one recently built
orer a waste mud flat.
? An extensive addition to the sale stables of
Mr. R. Arnold, at the corner of Meering and
John streets, has Just been completed by Mr.
J. C. Lacoste. The addition stands on the
north side of John street, one door west of
Meeting. It consists of a tin-covered pitched
I roof, eighty feet long by thirty wide, Bupport
ed by a solid brick wall, twelve feet high on
the front and rear, and a series ot brick pillars
of the same height on ellher side. Tbe spaces
Intervening between the pillars are closed by
broad panels constructed with narrow inter?
stices for admitting an abundance of light and
air. An old building that formerly stood upon
the lot was pulled down and the new one put
up in Its place within tbe short space of seven
days. Mr. Arnold's main stables are also
being thoroughly overhauled and repaired.
William Burley, drunk, dismissed. Jessey
Jones, disorderly, one dollar. Molt Smith,
lodged by a trial JuBtlce, delivered to warrant.
James Carron, United States soldier, disor?
derly and fighting, referred to the post com?
mander. A cow, atjarge, one dollar.*^
Trial J USC teen' Co urtu.
Motte Smith was before Trial Justice Rollins
yesterday, charged with committing an as
sault and battery upon Henry Smith. He was
sentenced to pay one dollar and costs.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-SEPTEMBER 18.
M. Crawford, Georgia; 8. R. Rodger, J. D.
Bodger, Graham's Cross Roads; A. J. Carrie,
Florence; T. M. Creecy, Northeastern Rail?
road; A W. 8mlth, Nichols, S. C.; J. W. Wood
ham, A. E. Woodham, E. A. Shingler, South
Carolina; B. Williams, White Pond, S. C.; L.
C. Rice, Bamberg; E. Haue, Savannah; Thoa,
MoFeer, Beaufort, S. C.; 0. H. Best, R. K.
Garwin, H. J. Moody, Allendale; A. P. PoBtell,
G. P. Cotcbett, Savannah.
D. Epstein, Columbia; James C. Brown, J.
A. Duncan, umuwen, ii. K. Gardiner, Geor?
gia; John H. Jones, Elberton; H. A. Bodlne,
New York; J. S. Lawrence, Savannah; C. B.
Dibble, New York; Max Eiern, New Huven,
Conn.; H. Rot heh i ld, Savannah; W. B. Herriod,
D. J. Ty a en, Jr., New York; S. C. Hayes, Phil?
adelphia; J. R. Toscano, N. Outmetas, Balti?
more; A. R. Kennady, Williamsburg; J. H.
THE BUIE INSTITUTE.
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 16.
Miss Mary Ann Bule (C. S. F.) begs lo thank
the officers of the South Carolina Railroad
Company lor their kindness In rendering ber
every assistance In establishing her female
institute In the Town ol Aiken, a C.; one of
the most suitable localities in the land. Miss
Buie begs to Inform ber friends everywhere
that she has secured the assistance of Gene?
ral G. Jf Bains to lecture on astronomy and
chemistry and to teach mai hematics and the
languages. None but the ablest teachers will
be employed in her Institute. Everything
will be taught that ls taught In any school in
New York or Baltimore.
Miss Buie begs to Inform all her friends who
have sympathized with her since the war, and
have promised to aid ber when they saw her
succeeding, that she has secured an elegant
building on a hill, with pleasant surroundings,
and will be able to purchase her Institute by
the liberal patronage of her Irlends. She has
taught in all her schools Iree pupils at her own
expense, as her donations have not yet been
paid. She bega the co-operation and aid ol
all who feel au Interest in education. She
will have a free school separate from her in?
stitute. M. A. BOIE, Principal.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND
The Dally Bulletin, ol Tuesday, Beptember
17, says :
Potatoes are not quite so plenty, and held
nominally a trifle Armer; sweets selling freely
at steady prices. Vegetables without essen?
tial change, fair Inquiry for potatoes at about
? or mer prices. Our quotations are In bulk;
lu shipping order 50 cents per bbl must be
added. We quote: Early Rose at $1 60al 75,
and early Goodrich and Jackson whites allia
1 25; sweets $3 50a4 per bbl. We quote vege?
tables : Green corn *$lal 25 per 100. Red
onions, per bbl, $2a2 50; do Connecticut white
$4 per bbl. Squash, marrowfat, per bbl, 75ca
$1. New turnips $2 20a2 50 per bbl. Cabbages
$8al2 per 100. Beets, Tersey, $1 60. Tomatoes
60a70c per basket. Esrg plant 50a75c per
dozen. Lima beans $1 75 per bag; do, shelled,
$4 per bushel.
Peaches are rather slow to day, as usual on
Monday. Apples continue dull but held a trifle
firmer. Bartlett pears are firmer, but other
descriptions in bul moderate demand. Grapes
steady. Other articles without material change.
Wo quote as followB : Apples-Fall pippins,
per bbl, 75ca$l 50; Greenluirs, do. 75ca$l 25.
PearB-Bartlett, per crate, $2a3 25; do., per
bbl, $12a$15; Dutchess, do, $5*6; Flemish
beauty, per bbl, $5a6 50; tattle, per bbl,
*2a3 25; common, ao, $la2 50. Grapes
Concord, per lb. 5a7c; Delaware, do., 10al2c.
Peaches-Delaware, good to prime, per crate,
$lal25; do, fair to good, do, 70a$l; do., per
basket, Weall; Jersey, do, 30ca$l. Plums
green gages, per bbl, $5aC; blue do., $5a6.
Melons-nutmen, Jersey, per bbl, 38ca$l 50:
wa'er< *ierf,ey, Per 100' *!5a20; do, seconds and
LAUNCH OP A NEW BLOOP.-A new sloop,
called the Harrietta, built by Messrs. Tobin &
Brandt, shipbuilders, for Captain Joseph
Emanuel Thackey, was launched yesterday
morning from her stocks at the east end of
Amherst street The Harriella is of a hand?
some model, fifty feet long over all by sixteen
beam, with four leet six Inches depth of hold,
and has a carrying capacity for seventeen hun?
dred bushels of rice. At her mast-head Is a
miniature fireman, gaudily attired and blow?
ing a trumpet. She was built expressly lor
the Santee trade. She sits well upon the water
and presents a fine appearance.
AN EX-TRIAL JUSTICE EXPIAIS8.
CORNHILL PLANTATION, )
ST. ANDREW'S PARISH, j
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
By your Issue of the 16th instant, I learn
with surprise that my commission as trial jus?
tice bas been revolted lor what is termed
"bribery in office."
With all due respect to the Governor of the
State, I declare the charge to be grossly false;
nor did I know aught of the existence of such
?' charge until informed by your issue of the
My removal I find no fault with, but I main?
tain that lc is wrong to charge a man with a
crime for simply political reasons.
I shall make every effort to have the matter
Investigated. HENRY C. INWOOD.
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
The following directory of the Health De?
partment has beeu prepared by Dr. George S.
Pelzer, the City Registrar, and ls published
for the information of the public:
omeo of Board of Health and City Registrar at
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Hon. John A. Wagener, residence No. 64 St.
Phillp Street, Mavor, Chairman.
Ueneral W. O.'DeSanssure, Ward No. 1, resi?
dence No. 27 East Battery.
George H. Moffett, Ward No. 2, residence No. io
Thomas M. Hanckel, Ward No. 3, residence No.
47 Hasel Btreet.
Captain Jacob Small, Ward No. 4, residence No.
4 Bull street.
Thomas D. Dotterer, Ward No. 6, residence
northeast corner Henrietta and Meeting streets.
Dr. B. A. Muckenfuss, office King street, oppo?
site Citadel Oreen.
Thomas D. Kason, Ward No. 7, residence No. 78
William L. Webb, Ward No. 8, residence No. 37
George S- Pelzer, M. D., City Registrar, resi?
dence No. 48 Cannon street.
Eil Geddings, M. D., residence No. 10 George
J. P. Ghizai. M. D., residence No. 6 Wentworth
On Hospitals and Dispensaries-Urs. Pelzer,
Geddings and ObazaL
On Low Lota, Drainage and Nuisances-The
Mayor. Dr. Pelzer and Messrs. Hanckel, SmaU
On Burial Grounds, Sextons and Hearses-Dr.
Ohazal, General DeSanssure and Mr. Monett.
On Public Institutions-Dr. Geddings and
M ssrs. Eason, Dotterer and Olney.
On Epidemica, Pabilc Hygiene and Quarantine
-Dre. Geddings, Ohazal aun Pelzer.
On Accounts-Drs. Pelzer, Geddings and Cha
are open at the upper and lower warda Guard?
houses, and citizens aro requested to report ali
nuisances prejudicial to the public health aa
promptly aa possible, at either of the above named
Mazyck street, above Queen street. Surgeon in
charge, J. S. Buist, M. D. Residence and office,
No. 206 Meeting street.
Marine Departmeut, City Hospital, Mazyck
street. Surgeon In charge, J. S. Buist, M. D.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 1.
Bounded on the north by centre of calhoun
street, on the east by Cooper River, on the south
by South Battery, and on the west by centre of
Meeline street.- _..
riivsiclau In charge. Dr. Manning Simons.
OOBc? and residence, Church street, above Broad,
next to theCharlestou Library building.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 2.
Wes'ern Division, Sblrraa* Dispensary. Bounded
on the north by centre of Calhoun street, on the
east by centre of Meeting street, on the south by
Sooth Bauery and Ashley River, and on the west
by Ashley River.
Physician in charge, Dr. Joseph Tates. Office
at Stiirra'a Dispensary, Society street, between
King and Meeting streets, hesldence No. 14 Lib?
The physician in charge of this district ls re?
quired to attend at the Lower Wards Guardhouse
when called upon.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 3.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on the
east by Cooper River, on the sooth by centre or
Calhoun atreet, and on the west by centre of
Pbystoian la charge. Dr. J. L. Ancrum, om co
and residence No. io Mary street, opposite Eliza?
The physician In charge or this district ls re?
quired to attend at the Almshouse when called
HEALTH OI8TRICT KO 4.
Bounded on the north by city Boundary, on the
east by centre of Smith atreet to Cannon street,
then by centre of cannon to Kutledge avenue,
then by centre of Butledge avenue to George
street, and tneu by a Une running in the same di?
rection through to City Boundary, on the south
by centre of calhoun street, and on the west by
Physician In charge, Dr. T. flr.tnge Simons.
OffioeNo. 18 Ashley street, opposite United States
Arsenal, ttesldence No. 21 Rutledge avenue, op?
posite Radcliffe street.
The physician In charge of this district ls re
qutred to attend at the Old Folks' Home when
H KA' rn DISTRICT NO. 6.
Bounded on the north by city Boundary, on the
east by centre of Meeting streeton the south by
centre or Calhoun street, and on the west by cen?
tre of Smith street to cannon street, then by cen?
tre of Oanuon street to Rutledge avenue, then by
centre of Rutledge avenue to Grove street, then
by a line running in the same direction to city
Physician In charge, Hr. Isaac W. Angel. Of?
fice and residence, at. Phillp street, opposite tbe
The physician la charge or this district ls re?
quired to attend ac the Upper Wards Guardhouse
when called upon.
From 8 to 0 morning; from 2 to3 afternoon.
All dispensary patients who are able shall be
required to attend at the office of the health dl(?*
irtct In which they may reside during the above
specified office hours. The physicians la attend
ance will afford medical and surgical relier and
medicines gratuitously to all destitute SICK poor
persons, residents of their respective districts
applying for treatment, who may, in their opin
lon, be entitled to dispensary relief.
lt ls recommended that office patients attend
punctually at the beginning of the office hours
Calls may be len on the slate at any time during
tue day at the respective ?nices, abd at night at
the residences of the physicians la charge. Thu
number and Btreet must be carefully given in all
applications for attendance at home.
PARTIES desiring to Hil their orders for Bag
ging can be supplied this day by Messrs.
Roach & Mi ffelt, who have supplies landing
at reasonable prices.
FIVE CASES of new and elegant styles of
Dress Goods Just received at Furchgotl, Bene
diet & Co., No. 244 King street.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCHASING FOR
CASH.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock ot Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, &c, on
consignment from ManulacturerB, at th? Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street.
FIVE CASES of new and elegant styles of
Dress Goods Just received at Fttrcbgolt, Beni
diet & Co., No. 244 King Btreet.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act of the Leg
lslature, druggists aro required to have the
ANTIDOTE to each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon I ho label on
each bottle or package. TUE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
FURC?IOOTT. BENEDICT 4 Co. announce to
the public that they will open their new store
No. 275 King street, on Monday, September 30.
Preparations are made for the display of the
very latest and finest styles of Dress Goods,
(all descriptions,) Shawls, Ac., and ladies are
most respectfully requested to Inspect the
very latest fashions belore supplying them?
selves for the season. Our prices will be reg-,
ulated according to tho lowest New York price
currents. Respectfully, FURCUUOTT, BENEDICT
& Co. se pit)
MARK YOUR CLOTHING!-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Room. octl4-th
LANGLEY is still making those fine Cotton
Shins, wllh Irish linen fronts, for $2 50.
Also Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds
of Ladles' furnishing goods, at very low
Stitching of all kinds done to order, at No.
161 King street. sep9-lmo
CROQUET SEASON-.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr27-stuth
CHROMOS.-TO close out the balance of our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c. to
SI each. Hasel Btreet Bazaar.
ENTELOPES_A large stock of envelopes al?
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, ?c.,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav
ng orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE.
COTTON FACTORS In need of Market Reports
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and
LAWYERS can have their Briefs printed in
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
NEW YORK-Per sehr L S Davis-245,724 feet of
Th? Charleston Cotton, Klee ana Narai
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
WEDNESDAY EVENING, September is, 1872 f
COTTON.-There was a moderate Inquiry, the
market being much depressed, with prices quite
irregular and lower. Sales about 600 bales, say 2
at io.'?, 24 at io*, 12 at lex, f4 at 17, 20 at 17*. 8
at 17*. 84 at 17*, 20 at 17*. 67 at 17*. io at
82 at 18,24ai is*, 8at is*, 20 at IB*, io at 18*c.
We quote nominally :
Ordinary to good ordinary.16 @17*
Rica.- The mai ket was firm with a light stock.
Sales 35 tierces of clean Carolina, say 6 tierces at
:*c, so at 8*c ft Ht. We quote common to fair
at :@7*, good 8@s*.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts wcro 86 bbls
spirits turpentine, 810 bbls rosin and 10 bbls
crude turpentine. Sales 800 bbls low grade rosins
at $3 50 ? bbl for strained, $3 60 for No 2, and
$3 75 for extra No 2; also, in the past two days,
aboot loo bbls spirits turpentine at 63@54c V gal?
lon. Crude turpentine may be quoted at $8 60 V
bbl for virgin, $8 10 for yellow dip, and fl 80 for
FBI ta HTS.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, oom?
aal on uplands, nommai on sea isl an Ja; via New
York, 016d on uplands, - on sea islands; by sall,
nominal on uplands, on Bea islands nommai.
To Havre- on uplands, coast wise-to New York
by steam $2 60 on upland s and - on sea Islands;
$2 V tierce on nee; eoe 9 bbl on rosin
by Ball Ho y ~ft on XTtranT~"^rTy tierce
on rice; soc ft barrel on rosin; $8 y M on
lum ser; $10 9 u on timber. To Boston, by sall,
<c V ts on upland cotton; rosin esc; resowed
stuff fio?to 60; phosphate $5@G 60. To Provi?
dence, by sall $10 ft H on boards, *c f ts OD
cotton; by steam $l y bale ou Now York rates.
To Pillia tolphia, by steam $2 v on cotton;
by sall, |IV M on boards; |0 60@io on timber; $8
per ton on clay, aad $0a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam *c * B by eau, $6 60@7 *
M on boards; $8@8 60 on timber; $8 28 V
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de
maud by oar merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. 0., Derlen and Satina River,
aa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@i2 it M are the rates on lumber and
B?CHANOS.-Sterling so day bim nominal.
DoKBSrio EXOHANOS.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New Tork at *@* per cent, off,
an? sell ok par.
markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, September 18.
Noon.-Oonsolfl 92*a92*; new rives 89*'. Tbe
bank rate ls advanced *, and U now four per
FRANKFORT, september 18.
Noon.-Bon. s 06*.
Noon.-Rentes 64f S2c.
NEW TOBE, September 18.
Noon.-Freight* quiet, ?stocks excited, but
better. Gold flrmjat 14 Money tight at 7a7*. Ex?
change- longVA\ short 8%. Government* dull
and weak. Mate bonds ht avy.
Eveulng.-Money 7 per annum; l-ieth of lper
ct-nr. per day. Exchange 7*a8. Gold- active
at 14*. Government* duil aud heavy. Eighty
ont-B 16; sixty-twos 13*; alxty-rours ia*; sixty
lives 14; new 12*. Tennessees 70; new 67. Vir?
ginias 44*; new 50; consuls 60; deferred 16*.
Loutsixnas 60; new 48; lovee sixes 68; tights eo.
Alabama eights 83; Aves 60. Georgia sues 72;
sevens 83. North carolinas 82; new 20*; special
tax il. South Carolina?45; new 22*; AprU and
October 22. Freights quiet and weak.
LIVERPOOL, September 18.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands 9*a
fl*d, Orleans 10alo*d.
Later.-co?t m dull; uplands 0*d, Orleans 10a
10*; sales 10,000 bales; sp?culation and export
Evening.-Cotton closed dall; uplands o*d.
Nsw YORK, September 18.
Noon.-Cotton Irregular ano heavy; sales 176
hales; uplands 20*c, urleans 20*c. snits of cot
ton futures last evening 2600 bales, as follows:
september 10*. 10*; October 18X. 18 1316: De?
cember 18 13-16,10; January 10*; February 10*:
Eveulng.-Cotton, net receipts today 3100
bales; gross 3737. Sales of cou ou futures to-day
16,600 biles, a* follows: September 10*, 10*;
uciob<r ts*, 18*; November 18*. 18*; Decem?
ber 18 u-ie. i?.jf; Jauuary 10 316, 10*; February
10*. 10 13-16; March 20 6-16; April 2u*, 21. cotton
quiet; aale? 073 biles; uplaudS zb*u, Orleans
BOSTON, September 18.
Cotton dull: middlings 2;*c; gross receipts 160
bales; auks 260; stock 6600.
PHILADELPHIA, September 18.
Cotton quiet; middlings 2o*c.
BALTIMORE, September 18.
Colton dull; middlings 2o*c; gross receipts 01
bales; exputta coastwlBe 106; sales 210; atock 1400.
No H FOLK, September 18.
Colton dull; low middlings I8*ai8*c; net
receipts 800 bales; exports coastwise 60s; Btock
. WILMINGTON, September 18.
Cotton quiet; mldd.lugs 18c; net receipts 246
bales; salea 82; stock 361.
" , AUGUSTA. September 18.
cotton dull; middlings I7*al7*c; net receipts
815 bales; sales 746.
" SAVANNAH, september 18.
cotton ea-y;middlings i8.*c. good ordinary 17o;
net. iecelpts2400 bales; exports coastwise 1367;
sales aoo; ttock 7488.
MEMPHIS, September 18.
Cotton active; mldiMiugs io*c; receipts 406
bales; stock 2080.
MOBILE, September 18.
Cotton unsettled and lrregul ir ; middlings 18*c;
net rtcelpis 481 babs; exports coastwise 20; sales
ythterday 300; stock 3697.
Nsw ORLEANS, September 18.
? otton easier; good ordinary 18c; middlings
10*; net receipts 687 bales; groB8l667; sales 2300;
GALVESTON, September 18.
Cotton quiet and weak; good ordinary 16c; net
receipts 028 bales; exporta to Great Bntalu 772;
sales 100; stock 10,820.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, september 18.
Noon.-Corn ls quoted at 28? od. Tallow
Evening.-common rosin Hs io lia ed.
NEW YORK, september 18.
Noon-Flour Arm. Wheat quiet. Corn un?
changed. Purk steady at $14 10al4 15. Lard
dull; steam 8*a0*c. Turpeutlne firm at 62a
62*. Rosin quiet at $410a416 for strained.
Evening.-Kicnr quiet aud steady. Whiskey
steady at usc. Wheat very quiet, with a mode?
rate export demand; winter red Western $1 68a
1 72*. corn m< r.' inactive aud in buyer's favor,
closlug steady, pork Armer at $14 2Ual4 26. Lard
heavy. Naval stores qnlet. Tallow 8*ao 6-i6c.
bALTiMoKB, sept eu. ber 18.
Flour quiet and Arm. Wheat active Tor white;
choice nd05. i om quiet and small receipts;
white O8a70; yellow 63tt6 ?. Oats-white 4ia43.
Rice steady. Provl-lona quiet aud Arm. Lard
dull at 9c. Whiskey 94.
WILMINGTON, September 18.
Spirits turpentine <iutet at 68c. Rosin firm at
$3 65 for strained, $6 for low No l, $4 26 for extra
pale, $5 f r low pale, $6 60a6 for pale. Crude tur?
pentine steady at $3 26 tor hard, $5 for yellow
dip, $5 1er virgin. Tar Arm at $310.
ST. Louis, september 18.
Flour Arm and In fair demand; superOne win?
ter nd $&26a6. corn active and higher at 87 *c
for No 2, mixed, whiski-y ?teady at ooo. Pork,
nolhing doiDg. Bacon active and nigher; ahoni
ders 8c, clear rib 11*0. Lard Arm; 8*c for sum?
CINCINNATI, September 18.
Flour steady at $7 50a7 75. Oom, demand light
and holders Arm at 45c. Lard Arm; 8*c for sum
mer, fiasco for steam, and 8tfa9o f0r kettle. Ba?
con tn good demand; shoulders 7Xe. clear nb
lOVc. clear sides Ho. Whiskey firm at floe.
_ , LOUISVILLE, september 19.
nour urra and very active at $6 6oa7 for family
extra. Corn quiet at 50ii52 cts. Provisions Arm.
Pork $13 25. Bacon-7>fc for shoulders, lox for
clear ribs, ll for clear sides. Lard 9>ial0Kc lor
order lots. WnlBkey steidy at wc.
New York Hice Market.
_ _ , Niw YORK, September 17.
The Dally Bulletin sayu: The demand is mode
rate and sales are fair, excepting of Patna, the
supply or which ls exhaaated. The Kalea are 200
bugs Kangoon at 7??a8>,'c and 48 tierces Carolina
New York ,\avul Stores Marker.
Nsw YORE. September J7.
The Dally Hoi le tin says: Kecelpts t i-day. 48SS
bbls rosin, 170 do spirits turpentine, 3io do tar.
The market for all descriptions hus ruled quiet to?
day. Spirits turpentine Is a fraction easier, but
closes about steady. Sales 176 bbls at 68??a?>9c
Strained rosin held at abont $4 io, but without
transactioDs. in the liner grades we hear o'
sales of soo bbls pale at $6a6 37>?. Tar and pitch
qnlet and nnchanged.
WILMINGTON. September 17.
SPIRITS TURUKNTINB.-Sales of 256 bbls-IS4 at
67c and 171 at saxe Harket quiet.
Kos ts.-Market qnlet. Sale * ol 3634 bbls at
S3 66 for strained, $8 75 for extra No 2, $3 90a4
for low No 1.
CBUDB TURP?NTINB.-The market Arm. Sales
296 bbls at S3 26 for hard, $6 for yellow dip and
$6 for v.rgln.
TAB-Market quiet a id firm. Sales of 44 bbls
at S3 io per bbl.
COTTON-Market qaiijt. Sales of 133 bales at 18c
for middling and UXnfor low middling.
Interior Cotton Markets.
WINN8B0RO,' September 17.
For the past week f36 bales have been sold
In this market at narree.
2. MiCON, September 16.
Receipts for Saturday and Monday were pretty
large, aa also were sales and shipments. The
market was somewhat unsettled, sales of flue
quail y of cotton were made at 17Kc; lower
grades are quotable at 17c; recelpta Saturday and
yesterday 692 bales; sales 64 shipped 451.
Recelpta by Railroad, September 18.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1647 bales cotton. 66 bales goods, 600 bbls and
260 s icks nour, 29 bbls spirits tnrpentine, 172 bbls
rusia and crude, and l car stock. To Railroad
Agent, Pelzer, Bodge -s * co, Geo H Walter A co,
W P Dowling,' A J salinas, T P smith, Geo W
Williams A co, B H Frost A co. Barden A Parker,
Sloan A Selgnlons, Crawley A Dehon, Mnrdaugh
A Weeklv, Reeder A Davis, A S Smith, Caldwell
A Son, Trenholm A Sion, W W Smith, Witte Bros,
wiss A co, Jeffords A co. Jno Campeen a co, J N
Robson, B O'Neill, T.edeman, Calder A co, Kins?
man A Howell, chapeau A co, H Bischoff A co, W
Gurney, G Ko,lin A Soo, W B Smith A co, A B
Mulligan, W B Williams A Son, R C Sharp, t DC
Kracke, O F Wletera, Laorey, Alexander A co, W
C Bee A co, and others.
NORTHKA ?T8RN RAILROAD.
49 balea upland cotton, 63 bbls ernde and 86
bbls spirits of tnrpentine, 367 bbl9 rosin, cars of
lumber and wood, tobacco, mdse, Ac To W bil?
den A Jones, Kinsman A Howell, Barden A Par?
ker. Pelzer, Rodgers A co, W K Byan, T P Smith,
A J Salinas, E Welling, G W Williams A co. G H
Walter ? co, Caldwell A Son. Frost, Adger A co,
Mowry ? Son, Trenholm A Son, A B Mulligan, L
W Ward, chapeau A co, C Lelbenrond. Holmes A
Calder, Smith A W, E' o Kbaogh. cameron, Bark?
ley A co, Ravenel A co, N E Kallroad Agent, and
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON' RAILROAD.
63 bales cotton, 144 bbls naval stores, mdse, Ac
To Whllden A Jones, Barden A Parker, Mowry
A Son, Murdaugh A Weekly, J Oolcock A co, W P
Dowling, Crawley A Dehon, Kinsman A Howell,
Pelzer. Kodgera A co, O McDermott, Witte Bros.
G H Walter A co, W 0 Bee A co. Wm Gurney, J u
willis, K Green, J Livingston, Chase A Cuttlno,
Duncan A Johnson, and others.
. KOOK'S PHASES.
New Moon, 2d. 7 ho: ra 84 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 10th. fi hours, 44 minutes, evenlog.
Fun Moon. 16th. ll honte, 46 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 24th, 6 hoars, 2 minutes, evening.
Th nra day....
n. A B,
CHARLESTON, H. C ... .BEPTEMBBB1?, 1872.
ut 82 deg 46 min 82 sec. 1 LonTPdeg67min27si'c
Steamship Merci dita, Marsbman, Boston-77
hours. Mdse. To James Adger A co, Railroad
Agent, and others. There being no bills or lading
on board, we are nuable io give a Hst of the con?
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, New York-Roach A
Moire tu .
DP FOR THIS POBT.
Sehr Sparkling Sea, Buller, at New York, 16th
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr J H Hancoclc, Orowell, at Boston, 14th Sep
S Al LEI' FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Jame i Adger, Lockwood, from New
York, september H.
MARINE N i WS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, September 19.
Arrived, steamships San Jacinto and Weser.
The steamer J W Everman, from Philadelphia
for Norfolk, which was In collision In Hampton
Roads with Br bark Elisa Marla, from Santos for
Baltimore, reports that the steamer was rounding
Seweil's Point on i he utnal conrse when the look?
out man saw a ll i; it on a vessel close to starboard.
The helm was Immediately put hard sport. A few
moments arter tm steamer struck a vessel lying
exactly In the opposite direction from the one first
Been. This vessel proved to be the Br bark Eliza
Marla. Those on board the.st earner assert posi?
tively that they snw no light on the bark until
af ?er the collision, On the other hand, capt Pal
lo*, or the bark, HITS that he had the required
lights np and the lookout man at his post, and
that this man hated the steamer before the col?
lision occurred. '. he birk was valued at s 12,000
and the cargo at about Sioo.ooo, the latter Insured
in New York and 1 lie former in England.
Liar OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED ..ND SAILED FOR THIS POBT.
1? 0 BETG N .
Br ablp Edith, Hil on, cleared.Auguat 31
Ship Nautilos, spi ricer, sailed.August 23
The Granton, Rowland, sailed.July 26
Br bark Fllle de l'Alr, Jones, np.August 2:
The Tiber, Miller, ulled.Aug 23
The Cormorant, Hansen, sailed.August 12
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.July 31
Br bark Glencoe, Oollyhorm, sailed.Sept 6
LO M ES TIG.
Brig O O Colson,-, up.Sept 6
Sehr J HHanc ck, Crowell, cleared.sept 1
Sehr Sparkling Sea, Buller, up.Sept 16
Brig Rio Grande, Mc Lei inn, cleared.Sept 6
Brig Guiding stur. Freethey, cleared.sept ll
SchrMyrover, Brown, cleared.sept 7
Sehr Jaroet, Tllioi, cleared.August 6
Sehr B N UawKlna. Wyatt, up.S4*r.2
Sehr Jonas smith. Hodgkinson, cleared...sept io
Sehr A Murchie, nerrin, cleared.Sept 9
Sehr Minnie, Hudson, up.Sept 10
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, cleared.Sept 14
Brig Haze, Hooper, cleared.Sept -
Sehr G P Wrieht, Cropper, cleared.Sept 12
Sehr Lewis Ehrman, Fooks, up.sept 13
Sehr M E Vanclear, Thorndike, saIl'd....Angn?t 28
Sehr Wi.lle Luce, Talbot, np.Sept 7
JAY COOK]'], MCCULLOCH & co.
No. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
OF THE WORLD.
JAY COOKE ? CO.,
NO. 20 WALL STREET.
flJrngs at iTJhoiesale.
This unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
ontaln a single particle of Mercury, or any lu?
irions mineral substance, but ls
For forty years it has proved Its great valne In
ll diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys,
'housanda of the good aud great in all parts ot
tie country vouch for Ita wonderful and peculiar
owcr In purifying the Blood, stimulating the
nrpld Liver and Bowels, and Imparting new lire
nd vigor to the whole system, SIMMONS'S
,IVBK REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
o equal aa a
It contains four medical elements, never united
ii the same happy proportion lu any other pre
?ration, viz: a gentle Cathartic, a wonderful
onie, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer
ain corrective of all impurities or the body,
neb signal success has attended Its use that lt ls
low regarded as the
GBEAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
or Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
hereof, to wit: Dy-pepsla, Constipation, Jaun
ice, BUloua attacks, Sick Headache, colic, De
iresslon of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Burn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
IMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H. ZEILIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE- $1 per package; sent by mall postage
laid, $125. "repared ready for use lu booties,
For sale by P. WISEMAN A CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS,
itv Beware of all counterfeits and imita
COMPOUND EXTRACT OF
A RELIABLE REMEDY FOR ALL
>ISEASES OP THE URINARY ORGANS
This ls a Solid Extract, and ls recommended es
leolally for Druggists' and Physicians' use In pre
crlptlons. The quality and uniform strength ls
naran teed. Tnls Extract ls superior to Copaiba
nd cnbebs, or plain oil or Sandal. Unlike most
.reparations or this class, lt does not nauseate.
The testimonials or hundreds la public and pri?
ste lite who have been onred by this prepara
lon could be added; bnt the proprietor wishes I
o stand upon its own merits," and only asks
Ingle trial to convince the afflicted or tts efficacy.
Circulara and samples eau be obtained by Phy
Iclans on application to
DOW1E, MOISE A DAVIS.
Agents lor so. Ca., Charleston, H. C.
WHY SHAKE AND BURN
CHILLS AND FEVER?
' " ' ? t
SILVER SPRINGS, NEAR Oe ALA, FLA., I
March 1,1871. f
MK3SR9. DOWIB, MOISS A DAVIS. CHARLESTON,
). C_Dear Sirs: I regard MOISE'S FEVKK ANU
VOUE PILLS as a certain core, and a blessing to
ill living In the malarious districts or the south,
ind particularly In the everglades or our State.
Very respectfully, yours,
JAS. H. i>WENS, M. D.
KiNOSTRKK, S. c., December ai, 1870.
MR. B. F. MOISE, CHARLESTON, S. C.-Dear slr:
have used your FEVER AND AG DE PILLS in
ny practice this lall, and have never In the first
ns;ance failed to relieve my patients. I have
tow frequent calls In my drug store for them, and
always recommend them, and with the happiest
cauits. I wish that yon may bave the saturac
Inn of knowing that your "Fever and Agu?
Mis" have relieved many under my treatment,
vben other medicines that 1 have tried have
ailed to do. Yours, respectfully.
J. S. BROOK l.NGTON, IL D.
MERCATURS, BARNWELL DIST., S. C., )
Joly 12,1871. j
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: lu reply to your
I nest lon as to what has been the success of your
.EVER ANO AGUE PILLS, that h>ve been sold
>y us, we would say as far as we know, they
lave given entire satisfaction. We shall continue
o recommend them.
W. T. BLANTON & SON.
NEAR GREEN POND, S. A C. R. R. l
November ll, 1870. j
MB. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: l am glad to say
tour FEVER AND AGUE PILLS are all you claim
or them. 1 have used them io my family and on
ny place, and la every case tiley have proved er
ectual: some of the cases 1 had t iought chronic,
ts they have lasted over two yea s. lu no case
vas more than a single box required, and In no
jase bas the disease returned, and lt ls over three
non;hs ago since 1 used them.
Yours, AC, B. E. WILSON.
GODROIN'S DEPOT, N. E. R. R., Sept. 16,1871.
MESSRS: DOWIB, MOISE A DAVIS-sirs: I am im?
proving in health almost as fastas I cm, laboring
inder different old chronic diseases. I took
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, agreeable to
directions, and find them the beat medicino 1
lave ever taken, and they have made a complete
mre of Ch Ills and Fever on me, and my case was
me of the worst.
Year humble servant,
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY,
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain DO arsenic or pntsouous tugre
Ilents of any kind-nothing in the leas: decree
niurloua to the system under nny circumstances
-und may be administered wita perfect safety
o au infant. . _ ,
They never fall to cure the most obstinate case
vhen taken as directed,
sold bv Dragglsts nnd Dealers everywhere.
DOWIE, MOIsE A l?AVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Drugalsts,
May3Q-tlis6mo_Charleston, jj c.
rVR. BAER'3 IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor or these Pills confidently be
?eves that he has succeeded, by a tkttful combi?
nion of vegetable remedies, in producing a pri?
vation that win bring health and happlnei-s to
he unfortunate sufferer. In the following dis
ases they have teen used by thousands with
mst wonderful success: Bilious Disorders and
iver complaint, Dyspepala or Indigestion, Head
che. Costiveaet LOSH ol Appetite, Neura'gia,
tropay, Dj sente. Pile1, Diseuses of the Skin,
oin in the side, CR and Limbs, sick Headache,
nd all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
ersons nf any age or sex. No family should be
Price 26 cents a box; 5 boxes for one dollar,
he usual discount to the trade.
For sale by DR. H. BARR,
ango_No. 131 Meeting street.
BEEF, WINE AND IRON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
re now getting luto general use, especially tn
aaes of delicate females and childi en. They may
e had of DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and all the other new
?li ar m ace ut leal Preparations, always kept on
The real, genuine, Imported article, in
ifferent styles, comprising:
oseph Antoni Farina
Jean Marla Farina
"4711" (Francois Marie Farina.)
Also, a very superior Cologne, of my own man
facture, put np in all styles.
Olve lt a trial. DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street.
P OE LI VE R P O O LT~
The first-class British Bark GEORGIANA, J&?.
lohn Hann, Mastf, will load with dispatch JaHL
tor the above port. For Freight engagements,
ipplyto HENRY CARO.'
JpOR NEW TOBE,
?KW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Sldewheel steamship CHAMPION
R. W. Lockwood, Commander, wBl sall from
Adger's h on th Wharf on FRIDAY, the 20ih In?
stant, at 9 o'clock A. M. . .. .
43- Hanne Insurance by this Une ?4 per cent.
KT Throngh Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or passage engagements apply to
JAMES AUGER & Cu.,
sepl8-3_. - - - Agents.
?HE PHILADELPHIA LEON STEAM
TTIE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,%;."
GOLF STREAM, Captain Etant?, |
Are now regularly on the Lina insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with: RaLVoad ; Oom?
panleaat both termlnL afford rapid tniriBporta?on
to and from au points in the Cotton Bta^es^,*B&
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest? r '
Providence and the Eastern Mann "
tres. ' . '
ay The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall rrom
Brown's Whf.rf, on Faro AT, September so,- at e.
O'Clock P. M. ...;(.;,:
jGTThe GULF STREAM WUl follow..... ,.sSm
For partie mars or Freight arran gem eats^ apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves. ?
W. P. CLYDE & co., General Agents,'. Be. ll
South Delaware Avenue, PhfladeiphlSK . - ;
septM : '_. '; v '. ."' ..
OB NEV YOKE.
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, AT 7
. O'CLOCK A. M.
NSW LEON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Sldewheel Steamship
GEO E G I A, Holmes, . Oommandor, will
sall for New York OILTHUBSDAT, September 19, at
7 o'clock A. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union .Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading toUverpoolandthe
New England Glues as UBoaL ' TxR
Insurance bv steamers of this Une ye per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
vory fine Deck stateroom accommodations,appry
to WAGNER, HUGER A CHX, No: UABtoad Street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union Wharves.
sepia_' ? ? --? : -?
ITT. O R BOST ON, .
The steamship MERCEOITA, Captain?sf??k
M irsnman, will sall from Vanderhorflt's?fti?ftj?
Wharron^AT?BDAY,theautlast. Freight s?xea
at reasonable rates.
For engagements, a?P^^ ?DQ?RAOO;?
sept? 6_,, , . Agents.
jPOS LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MALLS,
THE HVERTOOL AND GREAT WESTERB
wm dispatch one of their first-class, l
Iron screw steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold. '
Steerage Passage (om?eNo. ? Broadway) tts,
mrrency. ? noli . r :
For Freight or cabin Passage, apply tosr '.fi?s;
WILLIAMS & GUION, .
No. es wau street, IL Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued ^
sy the Charleston and New York flrnnmnrri. wiltja
.nate oloso connection with the above mle.
For particulars Md rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADO ER A OO, -
WAGNER, HUGHS A 0O~
mftyg Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
QHANGE OP SAILING DAtS,
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THBOUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. \ *
steamers of the above Une leave Pier
No. 43. North River, root ot Ganai street, -
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of thc wm. ?i.n
and 3oth or every month, except when these dates
rail on sunday, then the Saturday preceding^ i
All departures connect at Panama with stearn^
ers ror South Pacific and Oestral American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt faur on
Sunday-then on the day preceding, vii /<
No OalHornia Steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL
One handred pounds baggage free to eachadult
Medlolne and attendance free.
Sjffi ? Canal ?^North?New
TO aND FROM SULLIVAN'S ISLAND, TOUCH?
ING AT MOUNT PLEA3ANTGD1NG AND RE?
The Mt. Pleasant and Sullivan's _ mJTmr\
Maud Ferry Company will run one jBSkSlB??m
of their Steamers every EVKMNG, commencing
WEDNESDAY, the llth inst., leaving Ferry Wharf,
foot of Market street, at 7 o'clock, P. M.; return?
ing, leave Hie Island at 10)? o'clock, P. M., until
further notice. .
Fare for round trip, 35 cents.
SeplO E. PRENDERGAST, Agent.
R FLORI IV A
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR.
Captain L. M. Coxetter, wiU leave,_
Charleston every T?BSDAY EVENING, at hair-past L
o'clock, ror SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE, PAUATS.A. AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. _
Returning, DICTATOR wtU leave PALATKA
FllinAY AFTERNOON, SAVANNAH SUNDAY MOEN
INO. arriving lhere SUNDAY AFTBBNOON.
All Way Ki eight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid no
commodatlons, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Van der hors t's Wharf and East Bay.
mO BAKERS !
J_ Dr. H. BAER offers at the lowest market
rates the following articles, of which he a, way s
keeps a good stock on band:
Carbonate of Ammonia-In jars and In bnlk
Cream of Tartar-pure
Supercarbonare of Soda
Fresh Hops-pressed and loose
Ginger, Race and Gronnd
OU of Lemon
Extract of Vanilla, made of the best fresh bean
For sale Wholesale and^lat^ ^
yo. 181 Meetiog street
wfiTTF SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Cele DratedI Greenorler Waite Sulphur Slings
* ^K^Congress Water
Forsaleby ' ? ?? . . DR.H.BAEF
eor ' No. m Meeting p