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M KETTS G S THIS DAT.
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 7 P. M.
A. L. and P. Association, at - P. M.
Hope Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Jeffords A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at their
store, mackerel, hams, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, hams, lard, Ac.
Pani P. Lalane & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock
In B. O'Nei?'B back store, Irish potatoes.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, shop goods, Ac.
THE WEAT HEB.
The range of the thermometer yesterday, at
the drug store ot Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the Bouth Bide of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M.t 74; 10 A M., 77; 12 M., 78; 2 P. M., 80;
i P. M., 79; 6 P. M., 77; 8 P. M., 76.
-There was no meeting of the Board of
-Major George L. Buist has consented to
actas counsel (orL. L Woolf, the murderer of
-Prank P. Beard, editor o? the Temperance
Advocate, published at Orangebnrg, 1B on a
visit to Charleston in the Interests ot his
paper. He ls staying at the Pavilion Hotel.
-The old brick pavement ot that section of
the market between Church and Anson
streets ls being taken up preparatory to the
laying of a new one.
-The freight received at Union wharves
from New York, which had not been removed at
siz o'clock yesterday afternoon, constituted a
pile about two hundred and fifty feet long,
thirty feet wide and fifteen feet high.
-Ahorse, attached to a dray loaded with
cotton, tell down, about half-past eleven
o'clock yesterday, at the corner of Broad and
Bast Bay streets. It was' painfully braised
about the hips, but did not appear to be seri?
-A movement was on loot yesterday to re?
lease ex-Trial Justice Lovett from Jail on a writ
of habeas corpus, but for some unknown rea?
son the application for the writ was not made.
It was also rumored that the proceedings
against him were about to be dropped.
THE BUSINESS SEASON.
Activity of tine Jobbing Trade-How tne
Present Compare! with Previous Sea?
sons - Old Charleston Thoroughly
- The jobbing trade of Charleston opened this
year at least two weeks earlier than usual,
and under the most favorable circumstances.
The' merchants, ld contemplation of a good
business season, had laid in very heavy stocks,
and were prepared to offer every Inducement
to buyers. Since the 15th of Augue* every
department of trade has displayed a deg ? e of
activity that has not been approached, at this
season, in any year since the close of the war.
With last year, there can hardly be said
to be. any comparison.. The Jobbing
trade, pf Charleston was on the whole
~ better last year than In any previous year
slnoe the war; bnt at this season the buying
was done principally through orders, and con?
sequently the selling was confined to houses of
established reputation, and those that were
able to send out drummers. Thus while the
older and stronger houses were selling at this
time last year as many goods, In some cases
more than they had ever sold before, the
younger and weaker houses were compara?
tively Idle. This year, on the contrary, a
continuons and increasing stream of country
merchants has been pouring into our
good old city from the 15th of August to the
present time, and while the principal bouses
have largely Increased their sales, those
houses that were doing nothing last year have,
at the same time, come in tor a respectable
share of the trade. In groceries, some firms
have doubled their business, but, in the ag?
gregate, the Increase thus far has been from
ten to thirty per cent over last year. A
marked feature of this branch is indicated by
the Act that several country merchants who,
since .the first of September, went to New
. York for goods, have returned and purchased
their stocks of groceries In Charleston.
The same can also be said with regard to cer?
tain leading classes of dry goods. The shoe
and hat branches show an Increase
ol thirty to forty per et-ut.', fancy goods of
fifty to seventy-five per cet.' hardware about
fifty per cent , and dry goods of thirty to fifty
percent. Some dry goods firms have Bold as
high as forty thousand doll ar a' worth of goods
in a Bingle week, and many bave already been
twice compelled to replenish their entire
stocks. All are head over ears in work, the
employees being often kept at the Btores until
two and three o'ciook in the morning. The
merchants are unanimous in pronouncing the
present trade of the most healthy and salls
tory nature, and they say the present Indica?
tions are that the business o? October, No?
vember and December will be equally as satis?
factory aa that of the present month, If not
HOTEL ABBITALS-SEPTEMBER 26.
J.\JL Wannamaker, Orangeburg; F. Leach,
New York; M. H. Albergar, Washington; B.
E. J. Miles, Cincinnati; J. A. Bremer, Augus?
ta; J. S. Browning, Columbia; A. J.. Narden,
Savannah; J. M. Bassy, Augusta; J. OL Steele
and L. B. Duval!, Kentucky; J. Thu ck ara,
Florida; C. F. Griffin and J. M. Peregoy, Sa?
vannah; W. T. J. 0. Woodward and J.
Bakeais, South Carolina.
8. W. Boads, B. Ward, J. C. 8nyder, T. You
mans, Beaufort; B. W. Youmans, Barnwell; J.
E. Boblnson, New York; O. H. Best, Allendale;
J. 8? Hook, Columbia; M. 0. Brewer T. M.
Heenttt Graham's Cross Boads ; j. B. Bonton,
Conwhyboro'; J. Dreyloss, Atlanta; J. w. Pere?
goy, H. P. Griffin, Savannah; A. White, J. w.
Ayers, 8. H. Mosely, Carnsvllle, Ga.; G. j.
Sheppard, Ninety-Six; A. G. Dickson, C. W.
Nunn, CrawfordsriUe, Ga.; David Levi, Man?
ning; G. J. Tovey, South Carolina; F. P. Beard,
Orangeburg; J. B. Skinner, F. P. KIlgotiB, Dar?
lington; A. P. Postell, G. P. Cotchett, Savan?
THE GOLF STE SAM VOR PHILADELPHIA TO?
MORROW.-Shippers are reminded that the
Philadelphia steamer leaves to-morrow, at
two o'clock. No postponement on account of
ALTERCATION. - An altercation occurred
upon the plantation of Colonel John E. Carew,
at Goose Creek, on Monday last between ?
negro named Winter Clay and his son-in-law,
James Green, in the course of which Clay was
struck on the lefthand near the thumb Joint
with an axe. The thumb waa nearly severed
from the band. Clay was carried to the Cltv
Hospital yesterday, where his .wound was
properly dressed. He was doing well last
evening. A warrant has been Issued for the
Arrest Pi Green.
. Municipal Court.
Thomas Bowen, drunk, disorderly and strik?
ing the assistant chiel of police, turned over
to the post commandant. Henry BparkB, dis?
orderly and trespassing, thirty days. S. Lar
tora, disorderly, two dollars, ? cow at large,
United States Commissioner.
John Willock, a sailor of the brig Haze,
was before Commissioner Porteous yesterday,
charged with absenting himself from the ship
without the captain's permission. The charge
having bean proved, he was committed to
Jail, subject to the captain's order.
OVE "PATERNAL" GOVERNMENT.
A German View of Oar Internal Reve?
nue System-How the Tobacconists
?re Vlctlmlxed-The Little Game of |
[From the Deutsche Zeitung of September 21]
The petty annoyances on the part of the
United States officials toward dealers lu tobac?
co are still lu progress, and almost dally we
hear of one or another heavily fined for doing
what cannot be fairly construed to have been
! a violation of toe spirit of the law. Now lt Is
an empty cigar box, innocently given away
by a dealer, for which he is fined thirty or
forty dollars. Now lt ia one thing and then
another. The tobacconists must pay, and the
United Blates officials pocket the greenbacks.
The greatest oppression, however, ls in the
construction of the law regarding the sale of
chewing tobacco. The law says such tobacco
must be sold only from the original box; and
the officials here interpret this to mean that
If any one takes a piece of tobacco out of the
box, sells half or quarter of it, as ls commonly
done, and then puts the remainder back in
the box, he is llaole to a fine. No one, there?
fore, who sells tobacco at all can escape these
So when the officers stand In need of money
they go to any tobacconist, lt makes no odds
who he ls, and charge him with violation of
I the revenue laws; and, as the dealer knows '
' that he can have no Justice lu court, or. even
ll he should, he would still have to pay heavy
I fees to counsel, he generally pays at once
whatever ls asked of bim. The regular reve?
nue officer bere ls ot the opinion that these
I industrious officials transcend their duties; bas
said this tous freauentty, and declared himself
ready to pi ota ct lae accused In court, as far
as may lie In bis power. But all tbls bas done
no- good. The evil still continues; and no
dealer lu tobacco IB secure from being fined
any day In the week.
Thus Hr. J. H. Thiele was dragged before
Commissioner Porteous a few days ago,
charged with havlog sold chewing tobacco not
taken ?rom the original box. As Mr. Thiele
knew the two detectives (one white and one
black) who bought the tobacco, and as he was
moreover familiar with the law, he of course
I gave them the tobacco directly from the box,
and has three witnesses who saw him do BO.
When he came before the commissioner, and
the two informers swore that Mr. Thiele had
sold tobacco not from the original box, a dia?
logue aroee between the commissioner and
Mr. Thi ile. somewhat as follows:
Thiele. vMust I tell the truth here ?
Porte?os. Of course. Ton have sworn to
tell the tru .h, and nothing but the truth.
Thiele. Thsn I have to say that tue two in?
formers have told a lie.
Porteous Tou must not use such language
In court,'else you will go to JalL
Thelle. I thought I was to tell the truth.
Porteous. Then you should Bay that you
did not sell the lol teco.
Thelle. Yery well. Now suppose that I
should prefer not to stand suit, what would I
r have to pay?
Porteous, (very affable.) I can tell yon very
easily, as I have just given Mr. Bamon his bill
of costs upon a similar charge. His was
$36 50. Yours wlU be $150 less; and I am
ready to receive the money.
Thiele. Not quite so fast. I could have com?
promised for ten dollars with one of these in?
formers if I bad been at borne.
Informar. T sha!I aoa yon for llbel
Thiele. You may sue If you like. I have
witnesses who beard you say before my door j
.to your fellow-Informer, "Let us go in again
and offer to drop the matter for ten dollars." ,
- Informer. I demand this man's arrest.
Porteous. If you want to bring suit for libel
you must go to the State Court. He cannot J
be arrested here.
As Mr. Thiele was not willing to compro- ?
mise, h? bad to give ball for his appearance at
the next term of the United B?tes Court.
Now. should he gain bis snit, which ls by no j
means certain, he Would have to pay not less
than fifty dollars In counsel fees; and lt ls for
this reason that most, If not all, pay at once,
as soon as they are accused. The tobacco?
nists should form an association and collect
.funds, so that, when any of their members are
accused, they may engage the best lawyers
and bring the matter regularly before a Judge
?of competent Jurisdiction, and to Wasnlng
ton, that this petty persecution may be at last
brought to an end. This case of Mr. Thiele
should be thoroughly followed up, and other to?
bacconists ought to assist him lu defraying the
expenses of suit, as it ls for the interest of all.
''And if lt Is found that thc se Informers engage
In false swearing they should be hauled up for
perjury, and an example be made of them, BO
that others similarly inclined may be made to
know that they incnr some risk in inventing j
Idle charges against peaceable and law-abid?
ing elli zens.
THE NEW YORK VEGETARLE AND \
. FRUIT MARKETS.
The .Bally Bulletin, ot Tuesday, September
24, say? :
The supply continues moderate and prioes
steady, with a fair geueral nemand. Sweets
unchanged. Vegetables without new features
of Importance. Our quotations are In
bulk; In ?hipping order 50c per bbl.
must be added. We quote: Early Bose
at $1 50a!!, and early Goodrich and
Jackson w h i tes at $1 25al 60; sweets $3 60a4 per
bbl for Virginia, and $3 75a4 for Delaware. We
quote vegetables: Green corn 75ca$l per 100.
Ked onions, per bbl, $2a2 60; do yellow $2 50a
3; do Connecticut white $3 50a4 per bbl.
Squash, me.rrowiat, per bbl, 75ca$l. New tur?
nips $2 60a3 per bbl. Cabbages $8al2 per 100
Beets, Jersey. $1 50. Tomatoes 60a70c per
basket. Egg plant 60ca$l per doten. Lima
beans $2a2 60 per bag; do shelled $6a7 per
bush. Carrots, per bbl, $2 50.
Peaches continue flat, and prices about the
same as las* reported. Bartlett pears continue
very scarce. Apples without improvement.
Grapes rattier slow. Melons very dull. Plums
about steady. Other fruits unchanged.
We quote us follows: Apples-Pall pippins, per
bbl, 75a$l 60;black plpplns,do., 75a$l 50; Qreen
l??8?,rd0'J5ca$1 25- Pears-Bartlett, per bbl.
$15a25: Dutchess, do, $8al0; Flemish beautv
per bbl, $6al0; table, per bbl, $2a3 25; common i
do, $la2 60. Grapes-Concord, per lb, 4a6c'
Delaware, do, 8al0c. Peaches-Delaware,
good to prime, per crate, 75a$l.
ASSAULT UPON LIEUTENANT FRASER.-TbOS.
Bowen, a United States soldier, got drunk on
Tuesday night and amused himself In the
neighborhood ot the Citadel Green by molest?
ing passing citizens. Lieutenant W. S. Fraser,
assistant chief of police, happened to be pas?
sing at the time, and endeavored to persuade
the soldier to leave the street ao d return to
his quarters. The latter, however, Instead of
laking Lieutenant Fraser's advice, made a vig?
orous assault upon him. A companion who
was standing near came to the soldier's assist?
ance, seized the lieutenant's club, and held lt
while the other man inflicted several severe
blows upon his head and neck with a brick?
bat. Fortunately for the lieutenant a police?
man was within calling distance, and on being
summoned came up and put an end to the
affair by knocking Bowen down. The other
fellow then ran off and escaped, while Bowsn
was carried to the upper Guardhouse.
NOTICE TO DRUGGISTS.-By act of the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE to each poison or poisonous com?
pound sold by them printed upon the label on
each bottle or package. THE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Sped- j
mens may be seen on application.
COTTON FACTORS in need of Market Rep or ts
and Account Sales will do well to call at THE ,
NEWS JOB OFFICE and examine specimens and ,
prices. ' j
THE HEALTH DEPARTMENT.
The following directory ot the Health De?
partment has been prepared by Dr. George S.
Pelzer, the City Registrar, and le published
for the information of the public:
Office of Board of Health and City Registrar nt
BOARD OF HEALTH.
Hon. John A. Wagener, residence No. 64 St.
Philip street, Mayor, Chairman.
General W. G. DeSanasure, Ward No. 1, resi?
dence No. 27 East Battery.
George H. Monett, Ward No. 2, residence No. 10
Thomas M. Hanckel, Ward No. 3, residence No.
47 Hasel street. -
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. Muckenfuas, office Klog street, oppo?
site Oltadel Green.
Thomas D. Eason, Ward No. 7, residence No. .8
America street. " .
William L. Webb, Ward No. 8, residence No. 07
George S. Pelzer, M. D., Oity Registrar, resi?
dence No. 48 Gannon street.
Ell Ged dinga, M. D., residence No. 16 George
street. ., _,.
J. P. Chacal. M. D., residence No. 8 Wentwortn
On Hospitals- and Dispensaries-Drs. Pelzer
GeddlngB and CbazaL . " ,
On Low Lots, Drainage and Nutsan?es-Tne
Mayor. Dr. Pelzer and Messrs. Hanckel, Small
^Oa^Bor?al Grounds, Sextons and Hea^ca-Dr.
Ohazal. General DaSaussure and Mr. Monett.
On Pubilo Institutions-Dr. Geddings and
Mi-ssra. Eason, Dotterer and Olney.
On Epidemica, Public Hygiene and Quarantine
-Drs. Geddings, Chazal and Pelzer.
On Accounts-Drs. Pelzer, Geddings and Cha
are open at the upper and lower warda Guard?
houses, and citizens are requested to report etil
nuisances prejudicial to the public health as
promptly as possible, at either of the above named
Mazy ck street, above Queen street. Surgeon in
charge, J. S. Buist, M. D. Residence and o Wee,
No. 206 Meeting street.
Marine Department, City Hospital, Mazyck
street. Surgeon m charge, J. S. Botst, M. D.
HEALTH DISTRICT NO. 1.
Bounded on the north by centre of Calhoun
street, on the east by Cooper River, on the aonth
by south Battery, and on the west by centre of
Physician in charge, Dr. Manning Simons.
Office and residence, Church street, above Broad,
next to the Charleston Library building.
j HBALTH DISTRICT MO. 2.
Western Division, Sblrras'Dispensary. Bounded
on the north by centre of Calhoun street, on the
east by centre of Meeting street, on the south by
South Battery and Ashley River, and on the west
by Ashley River. _ ?
Physician In charge, Dr. Joseph Tates. Office
at Snlrra's Dispensary, Society etreet, between
King and Meeting streets, uesldence No. 14 Lib?
The physician la charge of this district la re?
quired to attend at the Lower Wards Guardhouse
when called upon.
HBALTH DIBTEICT NO. 8.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on the
east by Cooper River, on the sooth by oentre'of
Calhoun street, and on the west by centre of
Physician In charge. Dr. J. L. Ancrum. Office
and residence Na io Mary street, opposite Eliza?
The physician la charge or thia district ls re?
quired to attend at the Almshouse when called
HEALTH DISTRICT MO 4.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on the
east by centre of 8mlth street to Cannon street,
then by centre of Cannon to Rutledge avenue,
then by centre of Kntledge avenue to George
street, and then 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. Grange Simons.
Office No. 18 Ashley street, opposite United sutes
Arsenal. Residence No. 21 Rutledge avenue, op?
posite Redcliffe street.
The physician In charge of this district ls re?
quired to attend at the Old Folks' Home when
HEALTH DISTRICT MO. 6.
Bounded on the north by City Boundary, on tho
east by centre of Meeting street, on the south by
oontro or calhoun ?root, and on the weat by cen?
tre of Smith Btreet to Cannon street, then by cen?
tre of Cannon street to Rutledge avenue, then by
centre of Rutledge avenue to Grove Btreet, then
by a line running in the same direction to City
Physician in charge, Dr. Isaac W, Angel. Of
floe and residence, Ht. Philip street, opposite the
The physician la charge of this district 1B re?
quired to attend at the Upper Warda Guardhouse
when callad upon.
From 8 to s morning; from 2 to 8 afternoon.
All dispensary patients who are able shall bo
required to attend at the office of the health dis
net in whloh they may reside during the above
specified office honra. The physicians in attend
ance will afford medical and surgical relief and
medicines gratuitously to all destitute sick poor
persona residents or their respective districts
applying for treatment, who may, in their opin?
ion, be entitled to dispensary relief.
It ls recommended that office patients attend
punctually at the beginning or the office honra.
Oalls may be len on the slate at any timo d arin fr
the day at the respective offices, and at night ar.
the residences of the physicians in charge. The
number and street must be carefully given In all
applications for attendance at home.
GENTLEMEN'S COATS, YEST AND PANTS dyed,
scoured, cleaned and renewed at Otto Bonn
tag's, Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near
Artesian Well._ *
Five CASES of new and elegant stylee of
Dress Gooda Just received at Furobgott, Bene?
dict & Co., No. 244 King street.
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCHASING FOB
CASH.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock of Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, Ac, on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Ano
tlon and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 46 Wentworth street.
FIVE CABES ol new and elegant styles of
Dress Goods just received at Furchgott, Bene?
dict ? Co., No. 244 King street
LAWYERS can have their Brlels printed In
any style desired, at short notice, at THE NEWS
FUKCHQOTT, BENEDICT A 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 fluest styles or Dress GoodB,
(all descriptions,) Shawls, Ac, and ladles 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 the lowest New York price
currents. Respectfully, FURCBGOTT, RENKDIOT
* Co. _ Bepi9
LANGLEY is still making those fine Cotton
Shirts, with 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 sr.-eet. Bep9-lmo
NOTICE advertisement in to-day's paper of |
"Store to Rent" next to Singer Sewing Ma?
chine office. Bep2l-stuth3
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 26. HABEL
STREET RAZAAR. apr27-sluth
CHROMOS.-To close out the balance of our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
ENVELOPES.-A large stock ol envelopes al?
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
MARK YOUR CLOTHING I-Order your Stencil
Plates at the H?sel street Bazaar and East Bay
NewB Room. octl4-th
CLUBS, SOCIETIES AND LODGES can have
their Constitutions, Summonses, Bills, Ac,
printed neatly, quickly and cheaply, by leav
ag orders at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE. J
NEW YORE-Per steamship Manhattan-13 bags
sea Island cotton, 1473 bales npland cotton, 63 bbls
rosin, and 06 packages..Per steamship Soo th
carolina-25 bags sea island cotton, 2191 bales np?
land cotton, so tierces rice, 40 packages dried
frnlt, 114 bales domestics and sundries.
Vite Charleston Cotton, Kio? ?nd if ?ral
Orri cm OBABLBBTON NBWS, )
WEDNESDAY EVEKINO, September 25,1872 f
COTTON.-There waa bnt a limited supply of this
staple on the market, which presented a firmer
character and prices advanced about a xo fi lb.
Sales 700 bales, say 6 at 16,86 at 16,13 at lex, 60
at ie*;, 40 at lex, 41 at lex, loo at lax, nat
lex, m at 17, n at 17*. 66 at nxc, 26 on private
terms. We qaote:
LITS SPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to good ordinary.16 016X
RICK.-There was a moderate demand for this
grain at steady rates. Sates 116 tierces clean
Carolina at 7Xc $ tb. We quote common to fair
at 7@7;,"c; good 6@8XO.
NAVAL STOBES.-The arrivals were 163 bbls
spirits turpentine, 671 bbls rosin, and 27 bbls
erode turpentine. The market was quiet, and
there were no transactions. Crnde turpentine
may be quoted at $8 60 ft bbl for virgin, $8 io
for yellow dip, and $i 80 for hard.
FBBIOHTS.-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, nou?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
fork, XJ on uplands, - on sea islands; by sail,
Xd oa uplands, on sea .islands nominal.
To a a vre - on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam X@Xo on uplands and - on sea
slanda; 12 f tierce on rice; soo f bbl on rosin
by sall -a f ik on cotton; - f tierce
on rice; soo ft barrel on rosin; $8 ft M on
lum cor ; $io fl Mon timber. To Boston, by eal),
Ho fi D on upland cotton; rosin esc; resawed
: stuff $10010 60; phosphate $606 60. To Provi?
dence, by sali flo ft Mon boards,Xoft ru on
cotton ; by steam $1 ft balo on New York rates,
rd Phiiaieiphia, by steam - on cotton;
by sall, fsa M on boards; $0 60010 on timber; $8
per ton on clay, and $8a$3 60 on phosphates. To
Baltimore, by steam xo.f m by sail, ts 6007 f
M on boards; $808 so on timber; 18 26 ft
ton on phosphate rook. Y easels are In da
mand by oar merchants to take lumber freights
'rom Georgetown, S. C., Barten and SatlllaRlvor,
Qa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $10012 ft H are the rates on lumber and
ExcnANO*.-stoning SO day bills 2OX02OX.
DOMESTIC EX0HAN8B.-The banks pnrobase
sight checks on New York at X@X per cent, off,
and sell at par.
GOLD- 18014. , _
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, September 26.
Noon.-Consols 92X. Iftves 89X.
FRANKFORT, september 26.
PABLS, September 26.
Noon.-Rentes 63f 82c
MEW YORK, September 26.
Noon.-Stocks activa Money easy ate. Gold
steady at lax. Exchange, long 7X; short e.
I Governments dnll and steady. State bonds quiet,
j Evening.-Freights active and firmer. Money
active at 6a7. sterling doll at 7#a7X. Gold
13Xal3X. Governments steady at a alight de
cline, states dall and steady.
LIVERPOOL, September 26.
, Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands OXaOXd,
I Orleans 9X.
1 ater.-Colton steady; sales 12,000 bales; specu?
lation and export 4000 balee; middling Orleans,
for November, 9Xd; midd Un* uplands, for Octo?
ber, oxd; do, for November oxd.
, Evening.-cotton clcsdd unchanged; sales Of
middling Orleans for September at 9Xd.
. NEW YORE. September 26.
. Noon.-Cotton steady; sales 983 bales; uplands
18XC, Orleans 19X.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 1807 bales; up?
lands 18XC, Orleans 19Xc. teales of futures to-day
118.600 bales, as fallows : September 18XA18X;
October 18 1-I6&J8 3 io; November 18 Meats 5-lc;
I December ia?^al8 9-ie; January 18Xal9; Febrn
ary lox ait/ y. ; March 1915iea20; April 20Xa20X.
BOSTON, september 26.
. Cotton firmer: middlings 19c; net receipts none;
gross 69 bales; sales 360; stock 6000.
PHLLADSLPHIA, September 26.
Cotton firm; middlings 19c.
BALTIMOBE, September 26.
Cotton quiet and firm; middlings I8X0; gross
receipts 177 bales; sales to-day 620; last evening
I 300; stock 1710. "
NOR POLE, September 26.
Cotton steady; low middlings i7Xal7X; net
receipts 882 bales; ? xporta coastwise 238; salea 60;
I stock 2616.
WILMINGTON, September 26.
Cotton firm; midd legs ?exc; net receipts 887
bales; exports coastwise 160; stock 273. .
SAVANNAH, september 26.
Cotton firm and in good demand; good ordinary
16XC, low middlings ire, middlings 17Xc; net re?
ceipts 2?49 bales; exporta coastwise 18JO; sales
\ 1800; stock I8,tii5.
?&L APOOBTA. Septembers^
Cotton firm; middlings laxaiexc; net receipts
11160 bales; sales 1178.
MBMPHIS, September 25.
Cotton firm and in aotlve demand; middlings
17Xal7Xc; receipts 602 bales; shipments 481:
I stock 2920. - ?
MOBILE, September 26.
Cotton quiet and firm; middlings isaisxo, low
middlings 17Xal7Xc; net receipts 864 bales; ex
poits coastwise 666; sales 300; stock 4682.
NEW ORLEANS, september 26.
Cotton active; good ordinary 17X. low mid
diing T7X, middlings isxc; net receipts IMO:
gross 2280; sales 4000; Btock 84.998 bales.
. GALVESTON, September 26.
Cotton firmer; good ordinary 16Xc: net re
I celpta 742; sales ooo; stock 13,165 bales.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE M ARRETS,
LIVERPOOL, September 26.
Noon.-BreadBtnffd quiet and steady.
MEW YORK, September 26.
Noon.-Flour doll and heavy. Wheat dull and
drooping. Corn quiet and arm. Pork dull: mesa
$i4ai4lo. Lard heavy; steam 8Xa9c Turp?n
?Evening.-Flour Inactive and a shade easier;
common to fair extra $7 70ato: good to choice
S10 06&12M. Whiskey 92XB92X- wheat unchang?
ed; firm freights check tho export demand.
Rice quiet Pork steady. Beef dan. Lard heavy.
Naval Btores firm. Tallow lower at 8Xa?x.
BALTIMOBE, September 26.
Floor dall. Wheat steady. Corn doll; white
70?76C; yellow 64S66. Provisions strong but un
sealed Mess pork 116 60. Bacon very strong;
quotations unchanged. WM-key 93Xc
WILMINGTON, September 26.
Naval Btores firm and steady.
fcT. Louis, September 36.
Bagging unchanged; l6al6Xc- Flour quiet and
unchanged. Corn easter; No. 2mixed 40c. Whis?
key steady at Ole Pork quiet at $14 60. Bacon
quiet; shoulders 8X; clear rib sides lix; olear
sides 12c. Lard firm; summer 6xa8Vc
CINCINNATI, september 26.
> Flour ld fair demand and held at $4 eoafl to.
I Corn dnll and unchanged. Pork In good demand
at $18 76; now held at $14. Lard dull and a shade
lower; kettle 8X. Bacon In fair demand and
firm; shoulders 7X hld; 8a8X asked; clear rib sides
lix ; clear Bides scarce at 12. Whiskey firm at 00.
LOUISVILLE, September 26.
Tobacco nu changed and sales unimportant.
Floor in fair demand and steady; extra common
unchanged. Provisions strong and advancing
1 tendency. Pork $18 76sl4; shoulders 8; clear rib
sides ux; clear sides 12. Lard OXailX; order
lots x higher. Whiskey steady at 90.
New Torie Naval Stores BX?ricet.
NEW YORK. September 24.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 4108 bbls
rosin, 984 do spirits turpentine, 20 do erode tor
pen une, 466 dotar. Spirits turpentine has been
tn fair request at abont Saturday'a prices, al?
though at the close the tone was a shade firmer.
! sales 630 bbls at 61 xo, 100 do at 610,100 do at BOX
and loo New York bo! at 62c. Strained rosin con
tlnuesquiet anda tr'llelower. We notice Bales
or soo bois No 2 at $4 75. Tar and pitch quiet and
_ WILMINGTON, September 24.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-There were sales to-day
or 103 casks at 58C per gallon for Southern pack?
ages. Market steady.
.ii^8iN ~The salea to day were 600 bbls strained
at $3 76 and 457 bbls at $8 80 for low No 2. $4 for
??w0 N? 'J. ?4 60 for extra No 1, $4 76a6 for low
pale, $6 50 for pale, $6 76a6 for extra pale.
Th? ^Ko.I?RPKNTIi,E -Hard haa advanced 16c
I?o.Toe Pt? and sales to day were 860 bbls at
$8T?"forJ}ar,d? and *5 for yellow dip and virgin.
ca Jl, -JBarket steady and unchanged. Sales of
M bbls at $310, and 75 bbls (In order) at $a asper
COTTON.-Market quiet and weak. Sales or 36
bales os follows: 1 bale at 15c, 1 do at lSXc 7 do
at loXc, and 27 do at J?XC per lb. * '
at 7s??N"Th^ar80 or 1700 busheiB sold from vessel
' ??JLi ;?,l?ere were 8alea or800 bushels (yellow
corn) from vessel at eoe per bushel
Interior Cotton flfarkete.
coi?. nt . COLUMBIA, september 24.
Sales of cotton to-day 62 bales; middling iee.
"v. _""," . COLUMBUB, September 24.
*TM.i?Jr?S8}. naTe been light to-day; market
0?h,i'iwJ?id(11i5g8 16^c;saleB 97 bales; receipts
276; shipments 293.
MONTGOMERY, September 23.
The market ls dull to-day; Btrlct good ordinary
iso, low middlings wxaiexc, mlddflnga iexal7Q.
New York Rica Harket*
. NrivYoaK, September 24.
Tire Dally Bulletin say?. There lea limned In?
quiry for all-grade* with prices steady and wholly
unchanged. We note sales of 200 bags Rangoon
at ejiaTKc 76 bags Rangoon at 7xa8c, and so
tierces Carolina al s*a9. ?c.
Interior Cotton markets.
WnwaBOBo', September 24.
For the past week 606 bales of cotton have been
sold in this market at ie?? to 17??c.
MA COK, september 23.
Business to-day was lighter tban lt bas been
! any day for a week. Tho market closed at is>?c,
and rather weak at that Hecelpta to-day were
1184 bales; shipments 178; sales 121.
Receipts by Railroad, September 85.
SOOTH OABOLTMA RAILROAD.
1241 bales cotton, 07 bides goods, SOO bbls flour,
I 21 bbls spirits turpentine, 266 bbls rosin and tar,
83 cars lumber and wood, 4 cars stock. To Rail?
road agent, Geo H Walser A co, Pelzer, Rodgers
A co, W P Dowling, A J Saunas, 0 W Williams
& co, E H Frost A co, Sloan A Soignions, Craw?
ley ft Dehon, A S Smith, Caldwell A son, Reeder
A Davis, W W Smith, WISB A co, Hnrdaugh A
Weekly, Kinsman A Howell, Witte Bros, w B
smith A co, A B Mulligan, H Bischoff A .co, W K
Ryan. Steffens, Werner A Docker, J Campsen *
co, Wagener A Monsee?, Trenholm A Son, W C
Bee A co, Knobeloch ft h m ill, Mowry A Son, T P
Smith, J 0 Malionee, Barden A Parker, B 8 Miles,
Chapean a co, PO Trentiolm, H Cobla A oo, F 0
Mey.Lesesne A Wells, W B wunama A Son, Utsey
A Stokes, and others.
NORTH HASTE IN KAI LEO AD.
407 bales of upland cotton, 10 bbls crude and 77
bbls spirits of turpentine, 303 bbls roela, cars of
lumber and wood, tobacco, mdse, Ac. To TP
Smith, Pelzer, Rodgers k co, W K Ryan, Mowry
ft son, Trenholm A Son, A J Salinas, ? H Frost
A co, G W Williams A ;o, Caldwell A Son, B B
A co, Whllden A Jones, kinsman A Howell, Bar?
den A Parker, W C Bee ? co, Geo H Walter A co,
A S Smith, Witte Bros, Ravenel A co, Reeder A
Davis, Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co, Naobman A co,
H Klatte A co, Murdaugh A Weekly, a Foll?n A
Son, Gaillard:A Min ott, ?LE Adger A co, Dukes A
co, 0 Lillenthal 4 co, Crawley ft Dehon, Wagner,
Huger A co,-Pringle A ton, In graham 4 Son, H
Wagener,j;E Welling, N E Railroad Agent, and
SAVANNAH AND CH J ELKS TON RAILROAD.
17 balea upland cotton, 28 bags sea Uland cot?
ton, 188 bbls rosin, 33 bala spirits, cars lumber,
wood, stock and mdse. To W P Dowling, Barden
Parker, Whllden A Jones. Pelzer, Rodgers A co,
Wm Armstrong, Pringle A Son, Plnckney Bros.W
B williams A son, S L Howard A co, H Tend?, J
B Blasen, Kinsman A E o well, J 0 H Claussen, R
Roper, witta Bros, J A Eloslow ft co, Sam DnBese,
IJ O Bedell, H Bischoff A co, and others.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York
j La cerdo and wife, W Blacknam. J Callegas, wife
and three children, Maliter McDonald, J Stoiber.
Miss McDonald, A W ISckel, H Wright, and N
New Moon, 2d. 7 hours 84 minutes, evening. ,
First Quarter, 10th. 8 he nra, 44 minutes, evening.
Full Moon. 16th. ll hon s, 46 minutes, evening.
I*aat Quarter, 24th, 8 hoars, 2 minutes, evening.
B. A B.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.. .SEPTEMBER 26, 1872.
hat as deg 46 min 88 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Sehr Jennie E Simons, Young, Philadelphia, -
days. Coal. To the Gi s co. Vessel to E F ?wee
Sehr Mary E Vancleal, Thorndike, Rockport, Me,
20 day p. Lime. To A itfccobb, Jr.
Boat from John's bland. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser A Dill.
Sehr Herald,-, Asaepoo. 1966 buahela rough
rice. To L D Desaussrro.
Sloop Nellie,-, Cooper River. 690 bush da of
rongh rico. To W C Bea A co.
Boat from James island, a bags sea island cot?
ton. To Fraser A DHL
Boat from Christ cha rob. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Wm Gurney.
Boat from St Ano rev's. 8 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Oliuroh. 4 bags sea Island
cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from John's Island. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lon ndes.
Received Irom West 'oint Min. 46 tierces rice.
To stoney A Lowndes.
iteceived from Ohlsom'a Mill. 76 tes rice. To
L D DeSausBure.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
steamship south Car alina, Beckett. New York
Wagner, Huger A co, W A Courtenay.
Brig Haze, Hooper, ? altimore via Union leland,
Ga~E F S weegun.
T SAILED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Man hatti ,n, woodhull, New York,
steamship South ctr olin a. Beckett, New York.
FROM '. 'HIS PORT.
Steamship James At ger, Lockwood, from New
I York, September 26.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig O O Colson, Payson, at Boston,-Septem?
MARINE NEW 3 BY TELEGRAPH.
r trw YORK, September 26.
Arrived, steamship'. James Adger, Java, Hol
[ land, Rising Star and Moro Castle.
Arrived ont, steam shlpa Abyssinia, Calabria,
Egypt and Berlin.
We learn that there was chartered yesterday a
vessel of 600 tons, rato AI y,. to clear from a Euro?
pean port within sevtn days for thia bar, at xd
for Liverpool or P ied. Havre to Hamburg, savan
nab or Charleston loading, Charleston option.
The sehr Julia R Floyd, Squires, from George?
town, S O, arrived at Sew York 22d inst.
The sehr Ridgewood, Derrick sen, from George?
town, S 0, arrived at .sew York 22d inst.
LIST OF VESSELS
CF, CLEARED AND BAILED FOB THIS POBT.
Br ship Edith, Hilton, sailed.Sept 8
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, sailed.August 23
Br bark Fllle de l'Alr, Jones, np.August 27
The Tiber, Miller, salli id.Aug 28
C AR DI PF.
The Cormorant, Hani en, sailed.AngUBt 12
Bark Sapho, wilbur, up.jQty 31
Br bark Glencoe, Coll rh or rn, Balled.Sept 6
Br ship Jolla, Baker, :learei.Sept in
Brig O O Colson, Paye on, cleared.Sept 2:2
Brig J W spencer, Thomas, up.Sept 20
Sehr J H Dane.ck, cowell, cleared.Sept ill
! Sehr Minole, HudBon, cleared.Sept 17
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, cleared.septl?
Sehr Florence Rogers, sheppard, np.Sept Kt
Sehr Sparkling sea. Butler, cleared.Sept Ki
Sehr B N Hawkins, v y au, cleared.Sept is
Sehr J B Smith, Willi ira?, np.Sept ic
Sehr Aldana Rokes, modes, np.Sept 20
Bark Mary McKee, G larf, np.Sept 20
Brig Sarai Welsh, Fis 1er, up.sept 20
Sehr J B Simmons, Young, up.Sept 20
? Sehr F K Shaw, WatiB, up..Sept 20
BA L TIMORE.
Sehr Lewis Ehrman, Fooks, np......Sept 13
Sehr Sne Cummings, Lyon.Sept 18
BOC (POBT, MR.
Sehr M E Vanoleaf, Thorndike, sall'd.... August 28
BOOTH BAT, MK.
! Bark Tajuca, Blanchard, np.Sept 16
JJE. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGETABLE
The proprietor of these Pills confidently be
lleves that he has ancoeeded, by a skilful combi?
nation of vegetable remedies, in producing a pre?
paration that will bring health and happlne-s to
the unfortunate sufferer. In the following dis?
eases they have benn used by thousands with
most wonderful Buccess: Billons Disorders and
Liver complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head?
ache, Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, Neuralgia,
Dropsy, Dysentery, Plie?, Diseases of the Skin,
Pain In the Side, Bael: and Limbs, >lcfc Headache,
and all derangements of the Stomach.
These Pills may be taken with perfect safety by
persons of any age OP sex. No family ehould be
Price 26 cents a bc x ; 6 boxes for one dollar.
The usual discount t< the trade.
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
ango No, 181 Mee tin g Btreet.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILEO AD
?HAKLKbTUN, a. o.. May li, 1872.
On and arter btw DAT, May io, tie Fassen
ger Tra?na on the Sonta 0aroona Railroad will mn
Leave Charleston. 8.10 AM
Arrive at Augusta.-4< 4.24 p u
Leave Charleston. .. 8.10 A is
Arrive at Columbia.4.06 p M
Leave Augusta.7 40 A n
Arrive at Charleston.8.20 p M
Leave Colombia. 7 40 A M
Arrive at Charleston.?20 p M
AUGUSTA NIGHT SXPBH86.
Leave Charlee ton.....7.20 r u
Arrive at Augusta.e.00 A a
Leave Augusta....7.40 p u
Arrive at Charleston.0.45 A M
COLUMBIA HIGHT HXFOK&S.
Leave Charleston. 8.20 r u
Arrive at Colombia.e.40 A M
Leave Columbia.6.60 r u
Arrive at Charleston.6.56 A M
8 UM MERV [LLB TRAIS.
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A M
Arrive at Charleston at. 8.46 a M
Leave Charleston at. 8.80 P M
Arrive at summerville at. 4.46 P M
C LMD?N BRANCH.
Leave Camden..6.16 A II
Arrive at columbia.10.40 A a
Leave columbia.1.46 r a
Arrive At Camden.6.26 r a
Day and Night Traine connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusts Hall road, Central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Loma vino, Cincinnati, Chicago,
st. Louis and all other points West and Northwest.
Colombia Night Train connecta with Greenville
and colombia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trams
connect with Charlotte En ad.
Through tickets on sale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Colombia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIOKENS. Q. T. A._jMM
VTOIiTH K ASTK?N RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, 8. C.. JUDO 8, 1872. '
Trains will leave charleston Dally at io, is A. M
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston e.oo A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M.
Train does not leavo Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
Train ?eavlngio.? A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, VIE. Rlonmond and Acqnla
Creek only, going through in 44 noars.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train have
choice ol route, via Rlonmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FBDATby this Train lay ever on SUNDAY la Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATUBOAY remain SUN
PAT m Wilmington, NT a
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati. Chicago and other points
West and No thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroa i.
S. 8. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent. may 2i
AV ANN AH AND CHABLESTOfi
CHARLESTON, JUDO 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY, Jone nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run aa follows:
Leave Charleston dally.8.80 P. M.
Arrive at Havannah dally.0.46 P. M,
Leave Savannah ??ally.lLSO P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A. if,
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 3.30 P. M.
Leave Sa van Ban, Sundays excepted... ll A. M,
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 6.60 P. M.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
I mate dose connection with Port Hoyal Railroad
for all Stallone on that Road, (Sundays excepted.)
Freight forwarded daily on through bills o( .aa
big to points m Florida and by Savannah line ol
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and pointa on Port Roya'
itali road and at as low rates as by any otter line
Tlokets on sale at this office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Bauroad. c. a. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
8. O. BOYLBTOJu, Oen'i Ft. and Ticket Agent
?rand J?riK distribu? an.
THE GRi\D M CON?
A. FIXED FACT,
SEPTEMBER 28 THE DAY.
YOUR TICKETS NOW OR NEVER,
The vast sales of Tickets already made, and the
Increasing demand for- them from all quarters
havlog determined the Trastees that the Grand
Gift Concert tor the benefit of the Pabilo Library
of Kentucky, advertised for SATUBDAY, Septem?
ber 28, 1872 ahall positively come on* on that day
without postponement, the Management now
notices all who expect to participate In the draw?
ing that they should buy their ricken at once.
Delny for a few da? s caused many who wanted
Tickets at the Concert in December last to gc
without them. Some living In Louisville waited
until Bales were closed, expecting, no doubt, a
postponement, and then offered fifteen, twenty
and even twenty-five dollars for Tickets which
the day before were offered to purchasers at the
regular price. Others living at a distance sent
thousands of dollars by mail and express, which
got here after sales were closed, and had to be
sent back. These disappointments need not
occur again If the warning now given in due
season ls heeded.
The drawing will begin precisely at six o'clock
SATURDAY MWRNINQ, september 28,1872, in the
great hall of the Public Library Bonding, and
continue until the One Thousand Gina are an
Irfst of Giru.
One Grand Gift, cash.$100.000
Oue Grand Gift, cash....;. -60,000
One Gift, cash.,. 26,000
One Girt, cash. 20.000
One Gi?, cash. 16,000
One Girt, CASH. 10,000
One Girt, cash. - 9,000
ono Gift, oath. 8,000
One Gilt, cash. 7,000
One Girt, cash. 6,000
One Gift, cash. 6,000
One Glit, cash. 4,000
One Gift, cash. 8.000
4 Gifts of S2,000 each, cash. 8 ooo
16 Guts of $1,000 each, cash. 16.000
20 Gilts of $903 each, cash. 18,000
21 Gifts of $800 each, cash. 10,600
25 Girts of $700 each, cash. 17,600
36 Girts of $eoo each, cash. 21 ooo
46 Girts of $600 euch, cash. 22?oo
60 Gifts or $400 each, cash. 20.000
60 Gilts of $300 each, c ish. 18,000
100 Girts of $200 each, cash. 20,000
612 Girts of $ 100 each, cash. 61,200
Total, 1,000 Giris, all cash.$600,000
The Concert Itself will be the most brilliant or?
chestral display that ever occurred in the West.
One hundred performers, gathered from all parts
of this country and from Europe, under the di?
rection or Professor Hast, will contribute to this
grand musical carnival. And to alford ample
room for every ticket-holder to enjoy Buch an un?
usual musical festival, the Concert will be alven
ia Central Park, where arrangements have been
mude to accommodate all who may nome.
Persons holding whole, hair or quarter tickets
will be admitted to both the concert and drawing,
and none without such tickets will ba admitted
Price mt Tickets.
Whole tickets, $10^ halves, $6; quarters, $2 iO;
11 whoa tickets for $100; 23 for $266; 66 for $600;
119 ror $1000; 286 fotjseee; 676 for $6000. No dis?
count on less than $100 worth of tlokets at a time.
in accordance with numerous solicitations, ar?
ra:, gements have been made with all the railroad
and steamboat lines leading Into the city for the
sale of round-trip tickets, good for six days,-to
au persons who may wish to attend the Concert
- and uraw in g. Snch tickets will be tarnished by
the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, the Louis?
ville, Clnclnna.l and Laington Railroad, the
Louisville, indianapolis and Madison Railroad,
the Ohio and Mississippi Railroad, the Louisville
and Clncinnarl Msllboat Lina and the Louisville,
Owensboro' and Henderson Mall Line Packets.
All agents are required to close sales and make
their returns lo mu time to reach this office by
Thuraday, September 26. To do this successfully
those located at great distances mnst close some
days before the 25th. ' .
All tickets to which girts are awarded will be
paid without discount Dy the Farmers' and
Drovers' Bank, either In currency or by sight
draft upon the Fourth National Bank or New York,
at option of the holder. The tickets mast first be
presented at thia office, Room No. 4, Public Library
building, before they will be paid ny the Bank.
Tne drawing will be published in the Louisville
papara and New York Herald, and offldial copies
sent to purchasers to whom tickets have been
sent oy letter.
THOS. E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public Library or Kentucky.
Public Library Building, Louisville, Ky.
F. VON SANTKN, Agent, Charleston, & 0.
HP HE PHHADELPHIA XEON 6TKAJI
THE FIRST-CLASS IBON 80HEW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STBEAM, Oap tain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley, ' .;/: .
Are now regularly on the Line, Itoroxi?g' h Brat*
claaa sea connection tmrween Philadelphia aaa
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Oom?
pan le a at both termini, afford rapid transportation
coand from all pointa la the Gotten States, and
to and rr om cincinnati, St. Lo ula, Chicago and
the principal ettie? of the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
aa-The GULP STREAM ls appointed to sail from
Brown's Wharf, on Parc IT, September 27, at S
o'clock P. M. r ' ' fi '. '
aa-Thc VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars or Freight, arrangements, apply
o WM. A. COURTENAY, union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE & co., General Agents,' Bec ii
south Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia,
sepn_ ... : ,
PO B B A L T I M O BB,
. . .... . .i (j I
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED ' ' ? > '.;??<
. . ^?S?J? ?'
AND THE OTTTEB OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship BEA GULL, Dutton, oom
manier, will Hall for Baltimore, on THTTMDAT,
20thSeptember, atIMo'clock'P. M. -: . .? ?? ?
49* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
donal insurance, and Consignees are allowed '?
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from -y
the Railroad Depotin Philadelphia.? .."
For Freight or Passage apply to ' ."
PAUL C. TR?N?OLM, Agent,'
sep21-i_ Na 3Union Wharves.
QHANGE OP SAILING DAT? , ; v ;
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP,
THROUGH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. *
st earners of the above Une leave Pl-r ?JJMri
No. 42. North River, foot of Canal etreexSfiHB
New Yorfc, at 12 o'clock noon, of the lum. ioth
and 30th of every monto, except when these dates
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preoed?ng.'"
All departure* connect at Panama with Steam- '
ere for South Padflo and Ceitral American port?. .
For Japan and China, steamsrs leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on i
Sunday-then on the day preceding.' to nph&iriSji
No CaUfornla Steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to AsplnwaU. .. ? . -
one hundred pounds baggage free to each ad alu
Medi?me and attendance free. ?'SK
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; AgCtV.'
LIYE?POOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILA
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
?ffiSfa STEAM OOMPAN? ^??k
Will dispatch one of their flnt-Claas, full power
Iron Screw Steamships from " ;.
PIER NO. 46 N. B., EVERY WEDNESDAY,'
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage passage (Office No. ss Broadway) fsa,
For Freight or cabin Passage, apply to .ft*.
WILLIAMS A GUION, -
No. 68 Wall street, N. T. ?
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued,
af the Charleston and Now York Steamer*, watch,
make dose connection with the. above line.
Por par tlcularB and rite of Freight apply to
J Ail ES AIKlER A Ou,,
WAGNEB, BUGER A 00k. .
maye Qr WM. ATOOUKTENAY.
P O B F L O B I D i, ,
The Splendid steamer DICTATOR,
Captain L. M. Goxetter, will leave Ii
? charleston every TUESDAY EVENING, aTWiuu. a
O'Clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE, PAUATKA, AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. : raime in
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALAXKA ?
FRIDAY AmattOON. SAVANNAH SUNDAY Moav
I INO. arriving ?here S.UKDAY AFTERNOON. .,
' All Way Freight must be prepaid. " .''
For Freight or Passage, having splendid ac
I commcdatlona, apply to
BAVENBL A co., Agents, -
Oerner Vanderhorst's Wharf and last Bay.
ito mg ?0OOB, iVofong, &t.
CLOSING OUT SALE
P1.1? GOODS, NOTIONS, ki
We beg to inform our friends and the Merchants
I generally, that having concluded to close up our ;
present business, we now offer eur entire stock for
sale at prices that should induce all to boy. who
are In want ol any thing In our Une.
Onr Stock ls large and varied, and we are con?.
fldent that lt will be to the interest of all City or
Country Dealers to call?n us before purchasing
STEELE & WARDEHL,
No. 167 MEETING STREET,
sep:-mwflmo Charleston, B. 0..
E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRY GOODS MD NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade an unusually Large and
Weil-Purchased Stock of the above Goods, which
will be kept full daring the season by a Resident
Buyer in the Northern Markets, and will be sold
at prices as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 14? Meeting street, Charleston, 8. 0.
EXTRACTS FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF,
Comprising a variety of Lubln's Choicest Odors
Piesse A Lubin,
And Chirla' Extracts, in great variety
I Soci?t? Hygi?nique Oil
savage's Ursina' *
- Ac, Ac , Ac
For sale by DA H. BARR,
_No. m Meeting street.
RUSSELL'S SOOTHTJSB COBB?AL4
This Preparations highly recommended
by many of the leading Ph/siciang of Charleston,
nd ls always keptforsale, Wholesale and Retail,
by DE, H. BARR, No. 131 Meeting street.