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MEETINGS THIS DAT.
Washington Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Friendship Lodge, A. F. M., at half-past 7
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, woollen goods, clothing, ?fcc.
The range of the thermometer for the
past two days at ibe drug store of Mr.
Joseph Blackman, on the south side oi Broad
street, were as follows :
Saturday-3 A. M., 73; 10 A. M., 75; 12 M.,
77; 2 P. M., 78; 4 P. M., 77; 6 P. M., 75; 8 P.
8unday-8 A. M., 74; 10 A. M., 78; 12 M., 81;
2 P. M., 83; 4 P. M., 81; 6 P. M., 78; 8 P. M., 77.
-Bids are Invited for the renting of the new
stores under the Masonic Temple.
-The Post Ban* performed as usual upon
the Battery on Saturday afternoon. The Bat- j
tery waalhronged with promenaders.
-The State Board of Equalization meets
again on next Friday ai ter noon, at four
o'clock, in the County Auditor's office.
-J. W. Rawlings has been appointed deputy
collector of this port, in the place of R. M.
Oak man, Jr., who resigned a short time ago.
-There are seven ships now at Bull River,
Sooth Carolina, loading with phosphates. All
are foreign vessels-three from England and |
tour from Spain.
-The residence of Mrs. Philips, on Meeting
street, near Woolie,was entered about noon on
Friday, and robbed-of several articles of cloth?
ing. No clue to the thief.
-The \vloler schedule ol the City Railway j
ears begins this evening. The last cars, yellow |
and red, will leave the Battery and the Post
office respectively at 9 P. M.
-Columola and Augusta begin a cheao|
match by telegraph this morlng. Twenty min?
?tes Is the limit allowed for eaoh move. The
consulting committee ot each club numbers
Be ven of ita beat players, a majority of whom
shall decide upon all moves to be made.
-Two negroes were arrested In St. An?
drew's Parish on Saturday and brought to the
City obarged with stealing a largo amount ol
seed cotton from the barn of Mr. B. D. Frost.
They have been retained tn custody, and will
be examined by Trial Justice John G Mackey j
-A large crowd was collected in Meeting I
street, near Wentworth, on Saturday after-1
noon, by the antics of a balking horse attach?
ed to a boggy. The obstinate animal slopped
directly across the track of the City Ballway j
Company and refused to budge one inch In
any direction. He was finally pushed out of
the way of the cara by the bystanders.
THE CHURCHES YESTERDAY.
TLe churches throughout the city were well
attended yesterday, both morning and after?
noon. The day was marked In several ot the
4 Episcopal churches by changing the hom* of
holding the afternoon service from half-past
Ave to naif-past four.
The Citadel Square Baptist Church was j
reopened by the Rev. O. F. Gregorie, after j
having been closed for several Sundays.
In the evening a temperance sermon was
preached by the Rev. C. 8. Vedder, at Trinity
Church, Methodist, before Washington Lodge, ,
I. O. G. T., which was largely attended by the j
The usual afternoon services at Christi
Church were as well attended as heretofore.
The Rev. J. Mercier Green preached an Inter?
esting sermon from the 18ih verse of the 33d
chapter of Exodus: "I beseech Thee, sho?/ me
Morning and afternoon services were con?
ducted in the new church on Sullivan's Island
by the Bev. John F. Glrardeuu, of the Gleoe
Street Presbyterian Church.
Supreme Court, September 80.
Ex parte Theodore De Hay. It ls ordered
that notice ol this order be given forthwith by
the clerk of this court, In writing, lo the sher j
Iff of Fairfield county, who, within three days |
of its receipt, shall demand and receive from
the superintendent of the State Penitentiary J
the prisoner Theodore De Hay, and bim safely |
keep until duly discharged, and the aforesaid,
on suoh demand, shall transfer the said prlaon
' er to such sheriff. Opinion by Moses, C. J.
Samuel Smith, drunk; one dollar. A col.
ored child, named Adeline, running away from
her parents; discharged. Robert Guillar?,
breaking a street lamp; one dollar and cost ol
repairing, or twenty days. William Balley and j
Henry Draine, drunk and disorderly; turned
over to a trial justice.
? Trial Justices' Courts.
Smart Grant was before Trial Justice Rol?
lins, on Saturday, charged with assaulting July
Smalls. He was sentenced to pay two dollars
and cost,, or spend twenty days lo jail.
M. Hogap, white, brought a suit against]
John Peronneau, colored, for the recovery o'
< a horse, which he alleged the latter bad ob- ]
fained by passing off a glandered horse In ex?
change. The case was tried before Trial J JB
tice John G. Mackey and a Jury. The Jury
rendered a verdict in favor ot Hogan, return?
ing bim the sound horse.
TASK COURAGE, INVALIDS.-Pain and weak?
ness produce despondency, and the invalid
who is laboring under bodily torture, debility
and mental depression at the same time ls in?
deed in a pitiable condition. But let all who j
are thus situated take heart. A balm ls pro?
vided both for their physical aod mental inflr- j
mides in Hosteler's Stomach Bitters. Among
the commonest sources of pain, uneasiness i
and melancholy are the diseases which affect j
the stomach, the liver, the alimentary canal,
the nerves and the musclep, such as dyspep- j
ela, bilious disorders, constipation, headache,
hysteria, and rheumatism, all of which yield
readily to the regulatlog, Invigorating and
purifying Influence o? this peerless vegetable
tonic, stimulant and restorative. Take cour?
age, sorrowful Invalids; you will find the help
you need in Hosteller's Bitters.
LAUNCH OP THB STEAMER LOUISA.-The |
Georgetown Times, describing the launch ol
Mr. A. Morgan's new steamer at that place,
says: "On her first movement the colors went
up and she was christened Louis* by the break?
ing of a bottle of wine by Miss Julia Forster,
the sweet and interesting daughter of Dr. A.
M. Forster. The Louisa ls intended for the
trade between Georgetown, the Santeea and
Charleston, and is staunchly and strongly
built, and will have ber machinery put upon
her in Charleston by those well known machin?
iste, j. p. Taylor & Co. 8he ls somewhat
smaller, but very little, than the Reliance,
launched two or three months ago for the Pee- j
de? trade, and ls tn every respect well calcu?
lated for the busloe* she ls Intended for.
Her dimensions are iso teat ?eei, 8* hold, 28
feet 4 inches beam; carpenter's tonnage 3 4.
For a river boat she ls an exceedingly fine
ACTIVITY OF FREIGHTS.
Poll Cargoes by Every Steamer -
Charleston as a Cotton Port.
The Immense activity prevailing In freights
gives full employment to our steam fleet, and
.the demand for room ls constant and press?
ing. The urgent inquiry for transportation
has caused the Adger Line to Increase their
trips from and to New York, and they now
only await a sufficient period to take in and
discharge. The?large cotton presses on Union
wharves were kept busy all night to finish
pressing the heavy amount of cotton taken by
the big steamers of the Iron Line, and the
Boston steamer, which left yesterday, hada
crowded lrelght. The Baltimore and Phila?
delphia steamships come and go full In every
part, and the rush seems to be steadily in?
creasing. The telegraphic cotton reports for
the last week put Charleston second on the
j list in receipts, even ahead of New Orleans, as
will appear by the following :
WEEKLY COTTON RECEIPTS EV TELEGRAPH.
Savannah, Sept. 20.bales.. 12.782
Charleston. Sept. 20. 10,9?8
New Orleans. Sept. 2a. 10.716
Norfolk, Sept, 20. 8.126
Galveston, sept. 20. 4,625
Mobile, Sept, 20 . 8,762
Wilmington, Sept, 20. 1,146
This makes a gratifying exhibit for old
Charleston, and as Bhe is nearly on an air
line with the centre of the cotton belt clear
through to San Diego, California, ber pros?
pects look well, and her course must be up?
ward and onward.
movements of the Rival Factions.
Sheriff Mackey, the local Hon of the Regu?
lar faction of tbe Republican party, In company
with several of the brightest lights among his
partisans, made a tour of the islands last
week. On Wednesday he addressed a meet
log at Wadmalaw; on Thursday another at
John's Island, and on Friday still another at
Edlsto. These meetings were also .addressed
by B. H. Cain, E. J. Adams, C. C. Puffer and
E. Baynard Seabrook. They are Calmed by
the Mackeyltes as amoL.T the largest meetings
of this campaign, and a* having unanimously
endorsed the Regular ticket Elections for
i delegates to the regilar county convention
I were held at the samo time, with the follow
I lng result : Wadmalaw-W. H. W. Gray,
Robert Simons and Charles Boy ken. John's
] Island-Amos Bilgen, J. P. Fludd. Israel Sea
[ brook, Frank Rivers and William Wright Ed?
lsto-P. P. Hedges, John Thorne, Abram
Brown and Jonas Grant.
On Saturday a meeting of the Regulars,
about four hundred strong, was held at
Monet's Corner, on the Northeastern Rail?
road. Speeches were made by Colonel 'raft,
Stephen Brown, T. H. Jones and others.
Resolutions ratifying the Regular ticket were
A meeting was held at Summerville on
Saturday, at which there were about one hun?
dred persons. Speeches were made In the
Moses interest by Judge H?ge and Congress?
man DeLarge, and In the Tomllnsm interest
by W. P.. Hoyt of St Andrew's. The meet?
ing was orderly, and wound up by endorsing
Moses and his ticket.
The Bolters held a meeting, about one hun?
dred strong, at Adam's Rom, on the Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad, on Saturday.
Speeches were made in Tomlinson's favor by
George W. Clark and Burckmyer, and in the
Moses interest by Primus Green and J. A.
Williams. The Maokeyltes claim that the
meeting indorsed the Regular ticket
A meeting of the Bowen-Tomllnson Re?
publicans was held at Wassamasaw, Charles?
ton County, on last Friday. Speeches were
made by G. P. Rivers, A. J. Jones and T. R.
Tighe, who vied with each other In denounc?
ing the Regulars. The meeting adjourned
after an. orderly session.
It ls but fair to add that the Bolters utterly
ridicule the pretensions ot the Mackeyltes to
any considerable strength anywhere In
Charleston County outside of the city. We
glvo the readers ol THE NEWS the statements
that reach us from both factions, and every?
body is at liberty to believe as much or as lit?
tle of the conflicting reports as he pleases.
HOTEL A RRI FA LS- SEE TE IHR ER 21
F. F. H. Peck, Stono; J. 0. Totten, New
York ; H. A. Ulmb, J. H. Brunsen, Florence;
W. B. McClellan, H. Leland, Santee; N. T. Tal?
bot Jr., Rockport, Me.; A. d'Agulna, New
York; R. R. Osgood, Troy; J. L. Owen, Pori
Royal; J. A. Carmen, Pom? ri a: F. Harris,
South Carolina; S. Powell, England; J. C.
Mc Falls, Bull River; J. C. Wilson, Sumter; A. j
F. Burney, North Carolina.
H. M. Clarke, New York; D. M. McLaln.
Philadelphia; C. 8. Pearce, Boston; A. D.
Darke, U. S. A.; T. H. Osborne, E. M. Cheney,
Johnsonville; H. H. Fay, Boston; J. S. Brown?
ing, J. H. Averill, Augusta; Alfred Iverson,
Macon; W. J. Cook, New Orleans; D. Stern,
Savannah; E. Fall?s, Cairo; J. M. Coulter,
Patrick Walsh. Augusta; H. Royston, England;
H. T. Muckenfuss, Rldgevllle; W. G. Mucken
fuss, Sullivan's Island; J. C. McNulty, Savan?
nah; A. Behrens, C. W. Snow, New York; M.
J. Cowan, Baltimore: P. L. Wlggio, Beaufort;
8. Gerkenhiemer, J. Hohen, E. W. Harral, Sa?
vannah; Jos. Remington, Glen Cove Springs;
M. F. Maloney, Blackville; J. C. Read, Fer?
nandina; J. H. Britton, Jacksonville.
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND
The Daily Bulletin, ot Saturday, September
21, say? :
New potatoes are In fair demand, and former
prices sustained, with only moderate receipts.
SweeUi selling rather slowly at unchanged
prices. Green corn ls easier. Lima beans
quite scarce and decidedly higher. Russia
turnips also held a trifle firmer. Other green
vegetables without essential change. Our quo?
tations are In bulk; in shipping order 60c per
bbl. must be added. We quote: Early Rose at
$160a2, and early Goodrich and Jackson whites
at $l 25al 50;sweets $3 50a4 per bbl. We quote
vegetables : Green corn 75ca$l per 100. Red
onions, per bbl, $2a2 50; do Connecticut white
$3 50ai per bbl. Squash, marrowfat per bbl, 75c
all. New turnips $2 50a3 per bbl. Cabbages
$8al2 per 100.
Apples are without new feature of Import?
ance. Peaches are very slow, and most of the
supply Inferior fruit. It Is expected that next
week will close the Delaware season. Plums
are a trifle higher lor choice, though many
Inferior lots Wire selling at a decided decline.
Grapes are very slow, and offered lower.
Crab apples are dull and irregular. Musk?
melons about done with. Watermelons easier.
Other fruits without essential change. We
quote as follows: Apples-Fall plpplns,per bbl,
7jail 50; black pippins, do., $75al 50; Green
i??slrdo\J6oa$l 25- P?.rs-Bart;ett Per bbl.
iT. ? J?l,!$nes8? d0? *8lil?; Flemish beauty,
?r ? '?A10; ?bIe- Per obl' *2a325; common,
do $la2 50. Grapes-Concord, per lb. 4aCc;
Delaware, do, SalOc. Peaches-Delaware
good to prime, per crate, 75a$l; do, fair to
good, do, 60aG5; do., per basket, 25a60; Jer?
sey, do, 25d85c. '
PATRONS OP HUSBANDRY.-The State Grange
ot South Carolina will be organized In Colum?
bia, on Wednesday, October 9, at two o'clock
P. M., by a convention composed of the mas?
ters and past-masters of the subordinate
granges Ia the State and the deputl >s of the
National Grange. Charter members of the
order, and all who have received the fourth
degree, are invited to be present.
ACCIDENT IN EAST BAY. -About six o'clock
on Saturday afternoon, tbe hearth ot a fire?
place upon the second floor of the store OD
East Bay, formerly occupied by MessrB. P. B.
Lalane & Co., caved In and tell to the first
floor with aa alarming crash, leaving a hole
about four leet square where it had stood. A
Mrs. Neill, who occupies the upper portion of
the building, was standing upon the hearth at
the time, and fell partly through the orifice,
bruis! np ber legs and hi PB severely. The store
below is at present unoccupied, and le used
as a storehouse tor sugar and molasses.
THE COTTON CROP PROSPECTS.
The committee on Information and statis?
tics of the New York Cotton Exahange make
the following report to the Exchange :
The September report of the Agricultural
Bureau has been carefully examined, and the
result will be fonnd below :
The number of acres In cotton last year was
7,711,199, and the total crop 2,974,351 bales.
Average product of each acre, 385-1000 ol a
bale, or a little over one-third of a bale to the
Acreage this year.8,65,G,???
I Acreage last year.<,711,IBB
.Increase In aerea ere. 916,305
Equal to an Increase over last year,
at the tate of 3S5-1000 of a bale to
the acre, of. 363,042 li ?les
I To be added to last year's crop of.. 2,874,351 bales
I Condition on Sf pt. 1,1872. .01 pr. ct. '
Condition on Sept. l, 1871. .83 pr. ct.
Condi 'n better than last yr.8 pr. ct.
Which shsnld add. 267.063 bales
Product indicated on Sept. 1... .8,605,366 bale
SPARKS FROH THF. WIRES.
i -A Memphis telegram announces the death
< ol ex-Confederate General Patton Anderson.
-The New York bank statement shows a
I loss of nearly two millions reserve.
-A vigilance committee has been formed In
Dakotan'. Two horse thieves have' already
been hung to telegraph poles.
-A dispatch from San Diego reports another
fight between General Cooke's command and
the Apaches. The Indians were slaughtered
THE WEATHER THIS DAT.
WASHINGTON, September 22.
Easterly to southerly winds, with cloudy
weather and areas of rain are probable for the
South Atlantic Slates en Monday.
CHEAP.-A beautiful Box containing one
I quire Initial Note Paper, twenty-four Initial
Envelopes, a "Penholder and two Pens, lor
I '?a cents, at Fogartle's Book Depository, No.
I 260 King street, (In the bend.) Bep23
JUST received a fresh supply of Wisdom
Teeth for Little People, by Mrs. F. G. DeFon
talne. Third edition Just published. Fogar?
tle's Book Depository, No. 200 King street, (In
the bend.)_ sep23
GENTLEMAN'S COATS, VESTS AND PANTS dyed,
scoured, cleaned and renewed at Otto Sonn
tagg's, Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near j
Artesian Well. *
FIVE CASES of new and elegant styles of
Dress Goods Just received at Furchgott, Bene- |
I diet & Co., No. 244 Klug street.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCHASING POR
CASH.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock ot Dry
Goods, Beady-made Clothing, Notions, etc., on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street.
FIVE CASES ot new and elegant styles ot
Dress Goods Just received at Furchgott, Bene
I diet & Co., No. 244 King street.
B. (J Ft AH A M & Co.-The above firm, having
sold their entire livery-consisting of car?
riages, pleasure vehicles, Ac, to the Charles?
ton Hotel stables, will be most happy If the
patronage hitherto so liberally bestowed on
them ls transferred to the said stables, which,
In consequence ot the additions made to their
facilities by thia purchase, are better prepared
than ever before lo conduct the livery busi?
ness in the best possible manner.
Hereafter Graham & Co. will conflue them?
selves to the sale of stock, which they will be
prepared to offer during the season and here?
after, of the best kind, and on their usual easy
The senior of the firm bas Just returned from
an extended lour over the Southern and
Northwestern States, where he made arrange?
ments for shipments on consign ment and pur
! chase of the very best mules and horses that
the markets can supply.
It will be borne in mind that all animals sold
by the firm will be taken back, Hie money re:
funded or another animal substitute,!, If they
I do not come up lo what they were represenl
I ed to the purchaser.
The attention of factors, planlers, mer?
chants and buyers generally, are Invited lo ihe
fact that B. G. & Co. have extensive establish?
ments in Columbia and Savannah, besides In
this city, from either one Ol which selections
of stock can be made and shipped lo un; point
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per dozen. HASEL STREET
FURCHGOTT. BENEDICT A CO. announce to
the public that ihey will open their new Blore
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 before supplying them?
selves for the season. Our prices will be reg?
ulated according to the lowest New York price
currents. Respectfully, FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT
& Co._ sepl9
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, <fcc, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
LANGLEY ls still making those tine Cotton
Shirts, willi Irish linen fronts, for $2 50.
Also Cotton and Liuen Drawers, and all kinds
of Ladles' furnishing goods, ut very low
Stitching of all kinds done to order, at No.
161 King sf/eet. sepO-lmo
ENVELOPKB.-A large stock ot envelopes al?
ways on hand at THE NEWS Jon OKFICB, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to snit the times.
PLAYING CARDS, Linen, sixteen styleB, 60c
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar ami East Buy
News Room. febli-m
ENVELOPES, While or Buff, good quality 10c.
a package, or three packages for 25c. Hasel
street Bazaar and East Bay News Room.
THOSE Handsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c. each. HASKL STREET BAZAAR
BOSTON-Per steamship Mercedtta-703 bales er
cotton, 283 bbls spirits turpentine, 300 bals rosin,
ll hhds iron. 38 pkgs sundries.
NEW YOBS-Per steamship James Adger-1132
bales upland cotton, 22 tes rice, 64 bales domes?
tics and goods. (?54 bbls narai stores, io7 bnndles
paper, and 88 pkgs scndries.
The chan elton Cotton, Klee and If aral
OfFiCB ?HABLK8TON NEWS, )
SATURDAY EYBNINQ, September 21.1872 j
cor ros -There was rather a good demand bot
nt steadily soft etil ti g prices, the market continu?
ing gradnal.y to weaken; sales about 1100 bales,
say 1 at 14, l at 16%, 88 at 16%, 21 at 18, 40 at
16%, 20 at 10%, 22ati8%. 27-2atie%, 3 at 16%.
SIS at 16%, 34 at 16%, 243 at 17, 20 at 17%.
Ordinary to good ordinary.16 @ie.v
Strict middling....:.- ?
RICE.-The market was bare of stock; sales 22
tierces cf clean Carolina at su V lb.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts wero leo bbls
spirits turpentine, 832 bbls rosin and 9 bbls crude
turpentine. The market was quiet andmore
were no transactions reported. Ornde turpen?
tine may be quot ed at $3 50 <p bbl for virgin, $3 io
for yellow dip and $180 fur hard.
Kasmurs.-TO Liverpool, by ?team direct, oom?
aal on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via New
fork, Jil on uplands, - on sea Ulanda; by ss ll,
9-lfld oa uplands, on sea islands nominal.
To Havre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York
by steam ??@%c on uplands and - on sea
Ijlands; f 2 V tierce on rice; 00c ft bbl on rosin
by sall -3 ft lb on conon; - ft tierce
on rice; 60o ft barrel on rosin; $8 ft M on
lum ?cr; $10 fl M on timber. To Boston, by ?au,
tic 9 lb on upland cotton; rosin 66c; resawed
staff $10?10 60; phosphate $6@6 60. To Provi?
dence, by tiU S io ft Mon boards. Ho f> tb ou
cotton; by stoatn $1 ft balo on New York rater.
j To Philadelphia, by steam - on cotton;
I by sail, $sft 11 on boards; to 50@io on Umber; $8
per ton en clay, and f 3a 13 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by ?team hie fi n by sall, $6 60@7 fi
M on boards: $8@8 60 on umtfer; $8 26 ft
ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are in de
u&nd by our merchants to toko lumber Heights
tom Georgetown, 3. C., Darlon anti ?attila River,
Ja., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Nunkera ports,
ind |10@12 ft M are the rates on lumber and
KZOHANOB.-sterling 60 day bills nominal.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Thc banks purchase
! tight checks on Now York al %@% per cent, off,
and sell at par.
marken by Telegraph.
LONDON, September 21.
Noon.-Consols 92%. New Uves 89>?.
PARIS, September 21.
Noon.-Rentes &4f. 22c.
NEW YORK, September 21.
Noon.-Stocks steady. Gold heavy at 13%.
Money arm at 7. Exchange, long 7>i; short 8%.
Governments dull and steady, state bonds qnler..
Eveulug.-Freights firm;' cotton by steam, ','a
7-l6d. Money fi eely offered at 2%. Sterling 7 wa
.%. Gold I3,5,'ai3 V- Governments closed rati er
heavy, states dull and steady. Bank statement
-loans decrease, 3,7SO,000; specie decrease, 376,
0 0; legal tenders decrease, 3,626,000; deposits de?
LIVERPOOL September SI.
Noon-Cotton opened heavy; uplands oy, d, Or?
later.-Cotton closed ea-1er; uplands 9%d, Or?
leans 9%a9%; sales sooo bales; speculation and
NEW YORK, September 21.
Noon.-Cotton easler.-salea 1070; uplands 18%,
Evening.-Cotton easier; sales 2017 bales; up?
lands IBJ.'C, OrleanB 19%. Cotton fntnres to-day,
18,000 bales, as follows: September, 18%, 18 7-16;
October, 18,18 a-ie; November, 18%, 18%; Decem?
ber, 18 3-16,18%; January, is U-16, 18%; Febru?
ary. 19%, 19%; March, 19%; April, 20%. cotton
receipts to-day, net, none; gross 1900.
BOSTON. Septen ber 21.
Cotton dall; middlings 19>?c; gro.s receipts 698
balts; sales 200; stock &0OO.
PniLADKLpniA, September 21.
Cotton dull; middlings l9j?o.
BALTIMORE. September 21.
Cotton (inti; middlings 18%c; gross receipts 151
bales; sales 76; stock 1266.
NORFOLK, September 21.
Cotton dui1; low middling 17%al7%c; middling
18c; net receipts 787 bales; exports coastwise 938:
sales 30; Stock 1940.
WILMINGTON, September 21.
I Cotton quiet; middlings I7%c; net receipts loo
bales; sales 87; stock 381.
I MOBIL?, September 21.
Cotton quiet and weak; good ordinary 16?o
low middlings 17>.'17%C, middlings I8%c; net I
receipts 692 tules; exports coastwise mo; saicB
300; Stock 3692. '
Nitw ORLEANS, September 21.
Cotton lower, and tn fair demand; good ordi?
nary l7%c. low middlings n%c. middlings 18Hie;
net receipts 265s bales; gross 2871; exports to the
;s?a0ies5iw;s?ockL0sAftVaDa 417; COafltBlae lfl63'
GALVESTON, September 21.
Colton steady; ordinary i4%c, good ordinary
16%alflc; net receipts 65.? b:iies; exports roast
wise 478; sales 900; stock 12,u89.
I PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, September 21.
Noon.-Breadstuff* qniet ami steady. Beef tias
" ... NEW YORK, September 21.
Noon.-Flonr steady. Wheat dull and nominal?
ly unchanged. Corn a shade latter. Pork dull
mess $14 ioaI4 20. Lard quiet; steam 8'iao1-;'
Turpentine quiet ac6l*c hosln s-eady at $4 36*
4 40 for strained. *
" , ". .. SAVANNAH, september21.
Cot'on dull tendlngdown; middlings n>ic- low
middling 17c; sootl ordinary lo%c; ordinary nom?
inal; net receipts 189?|nales; exports coastwise
2405; sales 1406; stock 9702. wi/uouwise
"n" , A uu usTA.-ept em ber 21.
cotton opened at 17c for middling, wu li a good
demand, and closed quiet wb h prices '4c lower
middling 16%al7c; Hales 75* bales: rec' mts 1057-'
stock by actual count of unsold cotton lu the city
2372 bales, slK'Wlng an accumulation of only 20s
tuii H to the stock of unsold cotton during the
MEMPUIS, September 21.
Cotton In demand stoik light and very Irregu?
lar: middling I7?ul7%; low middling 17'? ; re
celpts 667 iia.es; shipments &70; stock 3052.
K ven lu g.-Flour inactive and unchanged.
Wheat Innctlve; low grades a shade lower, corn
heavy snd declining. Pork heavy at $14 06at4 10.
L rd dui-; kettle 9%c. Groceries quiet and tlrm.
Ta low dull.
BALTIMORE, September 21.
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull; choice
white $2 06; good to prime red $1 80al 95. corn
dull; white 70a"lc; yellow 64a65c. Oats dull;
Southern 40a42c. Provlsloss very strong. Meas
purk $16. Bacon Arm and higher; shoulders Sc
fib sides Ile; clear nbs 11%C Suirar-curca hams
higher ut ?uwa?oc. Bulk meats strong and
scarce; sales 40,000 pounds clear rib sides at
lo%c. Whiskey OiU&^c.
ST. Louis, September 21.
Hour In pood demand at full prices. Corn arm;
so. 2 mixed, 39c. Whiskey firm at 9ic. Pork,
meas, $14 co, cash; $12 50, Jauuary. Bacon active'
and higher; shoulders. 8,?c; clear rib sides, ll ve
clear sides, i2%c. Lard ora; relined, 9Xc.
CINCINNATI, September 21.
Flour in fair demand and Hi m at$7 50a7 76.
lork In fair demand and Arm. salable at $13 50
nejd at $13 76al4. Lsrd Arm; summer 8%c; steam
8>?a8%c; kettle 8%s9c. Bacon Brm; shoulders
7??c; clear rib lo^ailtfc. Whiskey 90c.
BOSTON, September 18.
,,'?K***VJThe demond for this article ta quite
limited, ihe trade purchasing only in small .ots
?7.7?5t*d! "ales of Java at I9a20c, gold; Rio at
I4%al8c, gold; and St. Domingo at 14c, guld.
Mocks are moderate and holders look for a favor
able change. I
,"(i0'rT0N--There has been a very unsettled a^d
rreguiar market during the week, and prices
nave eased off. -j he increased receipts of the new
crop at Southern ports has made holders more
anx oas to realiza, and manufacturers, ot th? re
SSS*! Pr'ceB, have beca more free purchasers -
^sales have been atioal7c for ordinary i'oa
i:??.^JgOd ordinary; 20a20xc for low mid
uiiug; and 20>ia2i%c per lb for mldd.in?. includ
to??phmds and Gulf. The market doses dull
pnnMM2i,T,C8-Th0 Jo?D?"K Taue In dry coads
Sr" ,|Qlte ?dive, and leading hoSeBwero
rers fh???e ruily e,nPloyfl?- Wim manurac?u
hil!??5, demand has Increased, and brown ami
S^W .'heetingS and other leading goods hive
v?? i1?, ?ff,n,t,re MS?* ,n woollens there ta
?ISoW clmnge- Tnere 13 more demand ro? ,
pecSSon e e0?dH' bUt traUe 81,11 ?a"9 Bh?" of ?- I
Saies of lotf^TS^^ I
S ^^B0Ta'? cl??< of Wi
va?c^?oe^?7,9,~"Spl?118 turpentine has nd
are aulet SSRS peT, gaIlon- Tar- r08ln and P^ch
? ,PP 'oa,nd no 8a,es to report,
eeiveriISM ?h?Mlotsof new karolina have been re
S2 i? ? il 9*c Per 'o- Rangoon has been
setting at 6%ft7>?c, and Patna at 7Ka7%c per lb.
HAVANA, September ll
Sutra' irregular; demand good at full prices;
merchanf? refused tn purchase, owing to the
high demands of holders; market closed quiet and
Bteady; Nos io to 12 1> 3. ingall reals per arrobe;
Nos 16 to 29 D S, UXal3 reals. Molas jes sugar,
7!l?a82? reals for Nos 8 to io. Muscovado sogar,
fair to good refining baoyant; stock scarce; gro?
cery grades, u^allJi realn. Molasses nominal.
Sugar at Havana and Matanzas-stock In ware?
house, 222.000 boxes and 2700 hhds. Receipts of
the week, 3900 boxes s ad 229 hhds; exported dur?
ing the week, 17,000 boxes and 200 hhds includ?
ing 18,000 inxea and 76 hhds to the United
LDMBBR.-White pine In fair demand at $4la42;
flitch pine firmer at $40. Cooperage flat. Fr. lghts
rregular: vessels in demand ; small craft In de?
mand for the United States. To Northern and
Southam port J In the Gaited States, per box of
sugar, $112}?al 26; per hhd. of sugar. $4 26a5 50;
per hhd. or molasses, $2 25a3 76. To Falmouth
and orders, 30-35.1 per too.
HAT AMA, September io
Sugar Armer; No. 12 Dutch standard, lo&alUi
reals per arrobo. Exchange steady; on United
States oo days' currency, 3&a4>? premium; short
sight, 5a?l? premium; co days' gold, WM Pre?
mium: short sight, 19 premium; on London, 29#a
3Q,l? premium; on Paris, 13 premium.
Interior Cotton Markttn,
COLUMBIA, September 20.
Sales orc.ttonto-diiy 7a bales; middling I6>ic.
OKANGEHUKG. September 20.
Sales or cotton during the week 31 bales. We
quote: ordinary l4>ic; low middling lStfe; mid?
dling lflc. . "
ANDERSON, September 19.
The cotton mirket has been rather brisk lor the
past week; the sales amounted to 96 bales Ow?
ing to a depression in foreign markets prices ruled
somewhat lower yesterday, and we quote mid?
dlings at 17c.
UNION. September 19.
Cotton 16>?c; 44 bales sold during the week.
LAURENS, september 19.
Cotton ls quoted at 10c.
COLUMBUS, September 20.
Week's sales 1565 bale?-1476 Boston spinners,
10 home consumption, 70 for New York. To-day.
Friday, our market dull and irregular, at follow?
ing figures: Low middlings 18??c, mlddllugs 17;
week's receipts 1861 hales, against 1120 the previ?
ous oue, and 673 the corresponding week last
season; shipments 1231.
MACON, September 20.
There was an active market until noon to-day
at 17c for Hoer co.ton; but no favorable news
from New York depressed the market, and lt
closed unsettled. Sa les were made lu the after?
noon at 17c, but that fl/ure was by no means es?
tablished. Business for Thursday and to-day
shows-receipts 761 bales, shipments 560, sales
VONTOOMBRT. September 20.
Tlte market is nomiual at 16^c for low mid?
Mew York IVitval Stores Market.
NEW YOKK, September 21.
The Daily Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 2445
bills rosin, 208 do spirits turpentine and 307 do
tar. The market for spirits turpentine ha> been
only moderately acilve, and prie- s are weak and
declining, notwithstanding the high comparativo
at Wilmington. Sal?s 230 bbls at 6ia92c. with
stock freely offered nt oi>.c at the close, without
buyers. Rosin commues strong at a further ad?
vance. Sales 2000 bbls at $4 35, looo bbls at $4 26.
175 bbl* No 1 and No 2 at $4 66a4 70, and 250 bbls
pale at $5 26a*60. Tar ls quiet and nominally
unchanged. Pitch il rm at $ 137
New York Rle? Harket.
Nxw YORK, September 21.
The Dally Bu'letin says : The demand is mod?
erate, and prices reman as before. The sales
are 175 bags Rangocu atej?a7>?c, 76 bags Patna
at 7XaSc, and 35 ten Carollua at 8 Vafl.^c.
3KORGBTOWN, September 19.
CORN-Retailing from store at ucea* i per bushel,
according to quality.
OATS-selling from 76c to 80c p?r bushel.
TIM BBB-Arrives nlowly. This article will bo lu
ercat demand this seaton, auU tlmbcrmen will
And oo better martlet in the .-tate Tor disposing
of their timber. We understand that all sales
will be lor cash. We quote from -to-c per
T?RrBNTiNK -Wo report for the week ending
18th lnatart the ari lval or 823 bbls, which sold os
io iowa: Virgin f 25a5; yellow dip $3 76a4 76;
fine white scrape $2 60aa-rrce of chips and
straw. Prices will range better the coming week.
Receipts by I .allroad, September ai.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1700 bales cotton, 791 bbls floor, 339 sacks grain,
81 bbls spirits turpentine, 83 bbls rosin and orude,
9 cars lumber, 6 ca rs stock. To Railroad Agent,
ueo H Walter A co, Pei2er, Rodgers & co, w p
Dowling, A J S?licas, O W Williams A co. E H
Froat? co, bl jan &. Soignions, Crawley A Dehon,
A S Smith, Caldwell A ?on, Reeder dc Davis, W
W Smith, wiss A co, Murdangh A Weekly, Kins?
man A Howell, w .tte Bros, W B Smith A co, A
B Mulligan, Pringle A Son, L D DeSaussure. H
Bischoff A co, W K Ryan, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker, Tledeman. Calder A OT, Trenholm A son.
Rohda Bros, ICuobelcch A Sm il , J C U Claussen, J
Oampseu A co, Wngener A Mousses, Bollmann
Bros, Burmeister ? /.erbat, W C Bee A co, Pinck
uey Bros, W Gurney, Chapeau Ji co, W C Dues A
co, Mowry A Son, John Hanckel. T r Smltb, J 0
Malionee, Barden it Parker, E Sillily, and others.
NORTH S A rr K RN RAILROAD.
140 bales upland and l bag sea Island cotton, 37
bbb spirits of turpentine, 200 bbta rosin, cars of
lumber aud wood, mdse, A-c. To Wlillden A
Jones, Kinsman A Howell, Barden A Parker, T P
Smith, Pfizer, Bolgera A co. WK Ryan, Mowry
A Soo, Trenholm .t Son, A J Salinas. R H Frost
A co, O W Williams A co, Caldwell A Son. T U
Boag. Reeder A Di.vis, Witte Bros, Ravenel A co,
C R Holmes, ll Co bia A co, W C Bee A Co, Ceo H
Walter A co, A S Smith, Wilcox. Gibbs A co, W p
Dowling, Bhackelford ? Kelly, J F Taylor .v co, J
Pearson. J Pluckuey, N K Hollread agent, and
Per steamship i ames Adger, ror New York -
Miss H Ronan, Mitts L Ronan, Mrs My. A Lange,
A Baldwin, E Q F. ands. Mrs C Collins, Rev J w
Miles. P Schuckroan and wife, N~ Cochran. WJ
cook, A J I vernon J B Bean, P Neall, Mr John?, D
Renate. Miss M Muslagham, Mrs S Corrie, U San?
ders, J B Brown.
Per steamship Sjnth Carolina, from New York
R A ll 1 nenian, A (1 Wagner, C Michaels, M Creigh,
W Iledemau. Miss Boper, Mrs Hoffman. L Jacob
sou and wife. Mlsi> A Brown, Mr souder, J Kruer.
E Abram, U Bischoff, P Well, Mrs Rosborougli, J
Rodaraer, J P Albina, R T Love, W Wright, Jacob
Wi ninian n and c aug lu er, 0 S< Hieing, T J Bacon,
C Uuuuhrey and wife, Miss U Humphrey, CHum?
phrey, Jr, J Humphrey. A Ballard, W*S Plummer,
A N Parry, Mr Ad HUB and son, and 10 deck.
Per steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-W
FiKgerson, Mrs B McAllister, ll Drain, and A An?
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatlca via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and savannah, tia-Mrs
Roach, Col J C Re le, J U Benton, and il vo deck.
EO/M CILEX JJ Ali.
New Moon, 2d, 7 hours 34 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, ion. 8 hours, 44 minutes, evening
Full Moon. 10th. ll kout a, 46 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 24t)i, 8 hours, 2 minutes, evening.
a. a s.
M MINE NEWS.
CHARLESTON, H. C... .SEPTEMBER 23, 1872.
.at 83 de? itt min 83 sec. | Lon 7?deg67 min ?sec.
Steamship See. Qui!, Dutton, Baltimore-lert
19th instant. Mise. To Mordecai A co. P c Tren?
holm, W H Cha.ee A co, N E Railroad Agent, S
C Railroad Agen:. G W Aimar, J ? Browne, G w
wunama A co, G Foll?n A Son, Bavenel A co, ? F
Wleters, Agent Florida Steamers, H Blscnoff A co,
B Boyd, O Ulacius, A Tiefenthal. C Lltschgi. Mar?
lin A Mood, E Betes A co Qaackeabush, h's till A
co, E R Cowpertliwalt, J N Robson. N M Porter, J
VVyly* co, H Gerdts A co. Steffens, Werner*
Ducker, Kauapaux A Gonzalez, Stoli, Webo A co,
Kresse! A Brand -E, JI ffords & co, J Helene. W L
Jones, Wagener t Monsees, J U Hillen, cameron.
Barkley A co, P Wlnemau A co, W G Whitden. P
B Lalane A co. Roach A Monett, Tledeman, Calder
A co, J H Devereux, sawnser A Towiulsend, O B
British bark (Irar.ton, Rowland, Liverpool-66
days. Assorted cargo. Jo Henry Card, aud
Commercial line brig Guiding Star. Freethy,
New York-S day*. Mdn.% To B 9 sweegau, A M
/.ilger, H Bischoff A co, w M B;rd A co, Bulcken
A Wohlttnauu, (1 Bart A co. Cameron, Barkley A
co, E lt Cowpertliwalt, W U Chafee A co, Dowie,
Moiso A Davis. 'J' M Cater. J A Enslow A co, EM
Urlmke. 0 I) Franke, M G tnnon, E H Gardner, J
Ut- 'ia, G S Hacker, Holmes A Calder, J w Linley,
A Langer. P B Lalane A co, A McOobb, Jr, Mania
A Mood. R Mure A co. A Nimitz A co. B O'Neill, F
L O'Neill. C P Pi ppenhelm, Quackenbash, Eatlll A
co, Roach A Moffett. Baveaei A co, J V Stocker, D
ll Silcox Raven8L Holmes A co, Steffens, Werner
A Ducker, W L Webb, O F Wleteia, S U Wilson A
Bro. L Welskopff, Wagener A Monsees, R White,
O w Williams ic co, Railroad Agent, Order and
Brig Rio Grande. McLellon, New York, - days.
Sal.'. To G W wunama A co. Vessel to Cohen A
Sehr G p Wright, Cropper. Baltimore, - lays.
Corn and oil. To el F Sweegan, agt, J Q&m^-f A
co. Holmes A Calder.
Sehr hmma flaker,-, Santee. 1100 bushels
rough rice. To J cohen.
steamer Planter. Foster, Peedee River via
Georgetown, s O. 234 obla naval stores, 283 ba.lea
cotton.]mdse and sundries. To Ravenel, Holmes
* co, Mowry * son, Barden- A Parker, stoney *
?^^w^'.0 H falter A co. W O Bee 4 co, Jobn
SSSSHvS m Caldwell A son. A J Salinas, W K
?nKblf 8mltb- Wltte Bros, Wbllden A Jones, A
a Mn lugan, Quackenbush, Estin A co, and others.
fp?fi'?S0^.0**011118. Beckett. New York
WA nSS?fh Md8e4 To Wagner, Huger A co.
cTAh?fi?S" p R Railroad Agent.
Anni? iH?^=*T.CJ- G W Mat*r< ? D ADdrews, J
HPB?chofTDl8VnaS0n? 3 Bd*In B*UMI A ?O,
A co B BOT? ??b^mvM BLR<1 * CO, T M BrlStOU
f ? K S uriiii?4 ?Jao F
p 7oh"- 'i" ," ~ w- 'ureugow, ueneuict A CO,
Wm JDQ?y?r- 0 Qraveley, Jos Horhain, J
S A UM?? ti0', uuillemln, D Hart, nan & co,
SA-H?% Uolm?8 4 ?*Wer, J Hnrkainp A co, J as
Hyer. I Hyman A co, A H Hayden TM Horauv *
WHf?, E H Jactaon7John8wS?s
A ?AwnH ?2SSf??V D E * A S Johnson. Johaso i
Kian? ?v?e?0,rdB * c?. Kanapaux A Oonz.lez, H
*?^A0SrA?l??" * Bro< Kllnck- WlckeLb?rg
B^H ^ellere- M cesser. W H Lafar. Laurey,
6f?tn?,er?.* co,.5 J Luhn> p B ^ne A co. E w
Marshall A co, w Mattblesaen, P F Murray J G
MUaor A co, Martin A Mood, McLoy A Rice. Men?
tone A co, W McKay, s R Marshall A co, Menke
A Muller, 0 Meyer, A Nimitz A co, J W O?denbut
tel. B O'Neill, Edw Perry, D O'Neill A Son. jn0 F
O'Neill. J OOJeman, 0 P Poppenuelm. 0 F Pank
nlu, Paul, Welsh A co, Misa o Pelxotto, D Paul A
co, Quackenbash, Balli A co, O O Pleuge F W
Palper, J R Read A co, Ravenel A co, W K 'nyan
Ravenel, Holmes A co. Stoll, Webb A co, Steffens'
Werner ADucker, Walker, Evans A Cogswell p
WlnemanA co, Wageuer A Monsees, Rlecke' A
Pe.erman. P P Toale. S Thomson, S H wilson t
Bro. F von Santen. H s tender, W Steele, Roach A
Moffett. capt J Robinson, E Scott, shackelford A
Ken?, J L Shepherd, Smith A Valk, J Shaw, E B
Stoddard A co, Singer SM co, J F Taylor A co, D
Talmadge A ton. Tledeman, Calder A co, John H
V?llers, J Thomson A co, A L Tyler. U S Quarter?
master, J wiUlman. R White, P Walsh, F Woh?
inan, O F Wie tere, W J Yate, Order, and others.
Steamer Dictator, Ooxetter, Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and savannah. s<) bales
cotton, vanilla, mdse, and sundries. To Ravenel
A co. Witto Bros, W B Williams A Son. Geo W
williams A co, stone r A Lowndes, W M Bird A
Fraser A DHL J D Kirkpatrick, W H Chafes A co,
J M Fredsberg. T P smith, S Robinson, - Einerly,
Jos A Enslow A co, F E Benedict, M Tr lest, and
Steamship Mercedlta, Marsumao, Boston-Jas
Ailier A CO. ?
Steamship James Ad ger, Lockwood, New York
-Jas Adaer A co.
Steamship Mercedlta, Marshman, Boston.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York.
FROM THIS Po RT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York,
sehr Matoaka, Fooks, at Baltimore, loth Sep?
UP FOR THIS PORT.
sehr Jessie B Smith, Wiuiama, at New York,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship South carolina, Beckett, at New
York, september 19.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhall, at New York,
British ship Julia, Baker, at Boston, 18th Sep?
Sohr Sparkling Sea, Butier.-ai New York, 18th
sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at New York, 18th
The sehr L A Edwards, Rowland, from George?
town, s C, arrived at New York 19th lust.
The scar Carrie S Webb, Homar, from George?
town, S 0, arrived at New York 20:h Inst
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S O.
Sehr Prairie Bird, ParteUe, from Fall River, 16th
Sehr s E Woodbury, Woodbury, for Baltimore,
with lamber, 13th Inst.
Sohr J R Floyd, Squires, for New York, with na
val stores, 13th Inst.
Sehr Ridgewood, Henderson, for New York, with
naval stores. 16th inst.
Sehr Chas E Scammel, Smith, for Polut-a-Petre,
W I, with lumber, 16th lust.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP? CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS FORT.
Br ship Edith, Hilton, sailed.Sept 3
Ship Nautilus, spencer, saned.August 23
The Granton, Rowland. Bailed.Joly 26
Br bark Fille de l'Air, Jones, up.August 27
The Tiber, Miller, sailed.Aug 23
The Cormorant, Hansen, sailed...August 12
Bark Sapho, wilbur, up.July 31
Br bark Glencoe, Collyhorm, sailed.sept 6
Br ship Julia, Bakor, cleared.Sept 18
Brig C ? Colson,-, up.Sept a
Sehr J Liliane ck, crowell, cleared.sept 18
NSW YORK. .
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett, cld....vept 19
Steamship Man nat" an, Woodhull, cle'd... .Sept 20
Sehr juruct, Tiiion. cleared.August 6
Sehr A Murellie, Merrill, cleared.Sept 9
Sehr Minnie, Hudson, cleared.Sept 17
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, cleared.Sept 14
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, up.Sept 18
Sehr Sparkling Sea. Butler, cleared.Sept 18
Sehr 8 N Hawkins. Wyatt, cleared.se|.tl8
Sehr J B Smith, William?, up.Sept 19
Sehr a Enright, Cropper, cleared.Sept 12
Scltr Lewis Khrraan. Fooks, up.sept 18
Sehr Sue Cummings, Lyon.Sept IS
ROCK TORT, MB.
Sehr M E Tandear, Thorndike, sall'd....August 28
LATI UER-MOONEY_Un the 4th Instant, by
Rev. T. J. Earle, Dr. J. P. LATIMBR to Miss II ATTIE
F., eldest daughter of Dr. W. A Mooney, all or,
MUSTARD-GRIGGS_On the 13th Instant, by
the Rev. A. 1. Hdrtly. Mr. HUBERT W. MUSTARD to
Mrs. MARGARET GRIGGS, bo: ti ol Georgetown.
9th September, 1872, or convulsions, SAMUEL F.
WILS, lately of New York, In bli 4M year.
New York Herald copy.
drags at tDliolcsule.
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Approved bt? the Imperial Academy
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It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc? Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially ^commended
for the following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OP EMPLOYMENT. - BeLoc. Charco?)
is laken before or after each meal, in the form
ol' Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
eases, Hs beneficial el feels are felt aller the llrst
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
ol'powder and Lox of lozenges.
Depot io PIM, L. FRERE, 19, rae Jacob
Agents in Charleston: DD wi E, MOISE A j
^DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists.
WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS WATER, from the
Celebrated Greenbrler White Sulphur Spring
in Virginia _
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street.
Siping, i '
PHTJ ?ADE LPELA IBON STEAM
LINE. ; ' ^
TBS FIRST-CLASS IBON 80KEW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regnlarly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Pnlladelphla ano
Charleston, and lu alliance with Ral^oadOom
panics at both termini; afford rapid transportation
co ana fro m all points In the Cotton states, and
to and from cincinnati, St. Lotus, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Mimuiaoturinn Cen?
SWThe GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall from
Brown's Wharf, on FMDAY, September 27, ara .
o'clock P. M.
JWTtc VIRGINIA WM foUOW.
For particulars orFrelght arrangements, apply <
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.. 3
w. p. CLYDE tr. oo" General Agents, No, u
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
po ii SEW YORK. .
ON THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, AT 1
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870
BTAT&ROOM^LL ON DE(^^^
The splendid New iron Sldewhoel Steamship^
SOUTH CAROLINA Beckett, Commander, will ?
sall for New York on THURSDAY, sep tem ber 28, at '
l o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bins ot Lading to Liverpool and that*
New England Cities as usnaL .
insurance b; Steamers of this Une % PCT cent. .
Fer Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAONER, H HOER A 00., No. 28 BrOtstlSSet,^
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. l Union Wharves.
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FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, ANO THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND TEE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, com?
mander, win sall for Baltimore, - on .THURSOA?,
26th September, at ix o'clock P. M. -.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi':
- donal Insurance, and Consignees ara allowed;
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to . ... t /.. ? - :
PAUL 0. TRENHOLM, Agent, .
sep2l-a_Na 2 Union Wharves.; ^
p HANGE OF SAILING DAYS,
PACIFIC MATT, STEAMSHIP COMFAN"
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, 1_
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the loco, Win
and soth of every month, except when these dates
tall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with Steam
ers for sooth Pacific and ces t ral American ports.
For Japan and Chino, steamers leaveSan Fran* -
cisco first of every month, except wheals falls on
Sunday-then on the day preceding. ? t v
No California Steamers tonuh at Havana, but
go direct from New York to Asplnwati
One hundred pou nd s baggage free to each adult.
Medtolne and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
Wharf foot of Canal street, North River. New
York. F. H. BABY, Agent,
T>EGULAR LINE FOB GEOBGETOWN,
S. C.. TOUGHING AT SOOTH ISLAND,
KEITH Fl ELI) AND WAVERLY MILLS. ;
The Steamer EMILIE. Captain C.
0. White, ls now receiving Freight
at Commercial Wharf, and will leave as above
on TUESDAY NIGHT, September 24th, at 9 o'clock.
For engagements apply to - ?'
SHACRELFORD A KELLY,
sep23-2? ? Agent?, North Atlantic Wharf. - '
jp O B WEIGHT'S BLUFF,
I AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE S AN?
The Steamer MARION, Captsin
W. F. Adair, ls now receiving._
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and wiU leave
on TUESDAY NIGHT, the24th instant.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply to Captain on board or
to RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
80P23-2_No. 80 East Bay. .
W E E EL Y,
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, S. G., AND GARD?
NER'S BLUFF, Pi .2DEE RIVER,
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY AND
KEITH FI ELD MILLS.
Steamer PLANTER.Capt. J. T. Foster.
Steamer SWAN.Capt. H. S. Cordes.
The PLANTER leaves. Charleston _ .<4r^k.
and the SWAN leaves Gardner's ^gggggg
Bluff every TUESDAY NIGHT, connecting on the
Freight received at Accommodation wharf i
every MONDAY and TUESDAY, and most be pre?
Shipments to the care of the Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to the Captains
on board, or to
KA VE S EL, HOLMES A CO., Agents,
Charleston, s. 0.
B. A. MUNNERLYN A CO., Agents,
Bfp2I-3_Georgetown, S. 0.
jpOB GABDNEB'S BLUFF, 8. C.,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON PEE?
DEE RIVER VIA GEORGETOWN, Ck 0.
The steamer RELIANCE, Captain _ .?JK^"?s?
G. H. Hopkins, is now receivingjsOUS
Freight at Middle Atlantic Wharf, and wal leave
a? above, on TUESDAY MORNING, september 24th.
For engagements, apply to
sHACKELFOKD & KELLY, Agents,
sep21-2* North Atlantic Wharf.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR,
CaDtalnL. M. coxetter, will leave,__^
Charlefcton every TUESDAY EVENING, at naff past s
O'Clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA,JTAUK
SONVlLLIfi, PA?ATKA, AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
Returning, DICTATOR Will leave PALATKA
FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SAVANNAH SUNDAY MORN?
ING, arriving lhere SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
All Way Freight must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
commodatlons, ?jg^ & ^ A
Oerner Vanderhorat's Wharf and East Bay.
BEEF, WINE AND IBON
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA.
Theee deirant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now gaffing into general use, especially m
Sales of dlllca-ifemales and chilien. They may
A foll stock of Elixirs, and all the other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations, always kept on