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MEETINGS xais DAT.
?tna Fire Company, at half-past 7 P.
Young America Fire Company, at 7 P.
Hope Fire Company, at halt-past 7 P;
Pioneer Fire Company, at half-past 7 1
Wagener Artillery Club, at half-past I
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Sheriff Mackey will Bell at io o'clock,
133 Meeting Btreet, contents of a banoo
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock,
store, stock of a country store.
v THE WEATHER.
The warm and showery weather whi<
prevailed lor several days gave place oi
day night to clear skies and the cool b
atmosphere ot October. Yesterday m
the weather was almost cold, and throi
the day continued delightful, bringing
.abundance of winter suits. The chang
stn med one of the principal topics of o
sation lo, the streets. The report of Obi
Evans, of the United States signal ac
shows the monthly mean of the baromi
Charleston during the month of Septem
have been 30.53; of the thermometer 77.1
total rainfall ot the month was 7.88 Inch
the 24th tho rainfall was 2.01 inches. Tl
vailing wind daring the month was fro
The range of the thermometer ]
day at the drag atore of Mr. Joseph
man, on the sonth side of Broad stree
as follows : S A. M., 67; 10 A. M., 70; 1
72; 2 P. M., 73; 4 P. M., 72; 6 P. M., 70:
-The fall session of tbe Cedar Springs,
Desi and Dumb Educational Institute
-The Charleston Dramatic Club give o
their entertainments, at tha oorner of 1
lng and Tradd streets, this evening.
-S. T. Pointer, Esq., general snpervii
elections for South Carolina, arrived li
city yesterday, and is staying at the Chi
-An anxious inquirer desires lo
whether the caro of the City Ballway
pany are run by the time of the Post
-Car No. 39 of the Butledge street ll
the City Ballway has been recently repali
It presents quite a fresh and handsom
-Messrs. John F. Taylor * Co., of the I
nix Iron Works, are putting a new set of
ero into the Savannah and Charleston!
road Company's ferry steamer Fannie.
-the work of laying the foundation
Brookbank'e new store, in Meeting sti
. -1 nnarfltiiwin, has been commenced. The v
' jftr?'Tfriiililiitiiil to the helgth of four feet
-A colored boy named Joseph Scott stat
another colored boy, John Mansfield, jes
day afternoon, in President street, near L
The wound Inflicted waa slight. Both!
were locked up In the upper Guardhouse.
. -George Wilson, a negro man, was arr
ed by the detectives yesterday on the cha
of stealing several articles ot clothing fi
the office of Mr. W. W. Smith on Boy
-The tobacco dealers of Charleston are
quested ia meet at Llndstedi'd Hall, at
corner of King and Calhoun streets,
evening at half-past seven o'clock, for
purpose of organizing a protective society.
-The German Fire Company give a ball
their hall, in Chalmers street, this evenli
The committee of arrangements are Mest
J H. Kehlenbeck, J. O. Adieks, H. Pm
haber, E. H. C. Tletjen and J. Ahrens. 1
cards ot admission are one dollar each.
-Captain H. C. Carter, ol the United Stal
secret service, and In cbarge ot Balllmo;
Philadelphia and Washington section ol t
service, bas arrived in Charleston, and ls n<
the guest or General Wm. Onrney, the can
date for Congress from this district.
COTTON FOB LIVERPOOL.-The first colt
?argo thia season for Liverpool waa clear
yesterday by Mr. Henry Card-tbe Brit!
bark Georgiana, with 2112 bales upland ci
ton, 160 tons phosphate rock, 1971 staves
TEE SOUTH CAROLINA UNIVERSITY. -T
Colombia Carolinian says: "We learn tb
Dr. R. W. Gibbes, of this olty, was on yest*
day notified ol his election as professor
anatomy and surgery In the South Carolli
University, vice John T. Darby, M. D., r
signed. It is understood that Dr. Gibbes bi
signified his acceptance of tbe tender made t
bim by the board of trustees of the unlve;
SOUND Busnrsss TALK.-It maybe taken s
a rule that liberal advertisers Bell cheap, ic
they are anxious to change and replenlB
their stock as often as possible during a sei
son, and thus make money by rapid Bales
Other dealers hold on to fixed prices, and wi
not sell unless at a profit on the in vole
established at the commencement of ever
season. These are net advertisers, for we re
peat that liberality In advertising ls sure evl
dence of a corresponding liberality In selling
Our readers may set this down as one of th?
fixed facta of the age. We have watched thu
course ot mercantile evenlB for many years,
and snob ls our opinion, derived from a lons
and close experience.
IN STEAMSHIP CIRCLES.-Great satisfaction ie
expressed at the wonderful tonnage facilities
OD the steamship lines out of Charleston thu
' The Sonth Carolina lei t New York last even?
ing with a gigantic load and one hundred
cabin passengers. The Georgia follows at the
end of the week. The Albemarle (extra
steamer) arrived here yesterday with a large
load and ls to sail this evening full.
The Virginia arrived also last evening, deep
loaded, and left so much freight In Philadel?
phia that Messrs. Clyde have laid on the
steamship Everman, extra, to relieve the
pressure in Philadelphia and at this port.
The cotton presses are at work night and
PALMETTO ORPHAN HOME.-Bev. T. B. Gaines
general agent or the Palmetto Orphan Home,
located at Columbia, ls In this city in the in?
terest of that Institution, and ls endeavoring
to collect the necessary funda to purchase a
site lor the new building contemplated by the
managers. A site h aa already been selected,
v comprising BIX acres of ground, admirably
situated In the neighborhood or General Wade
Hampton's residence at Columbia, and the
price asked for the property is $8000. This
amount, divided among the various counties
of the state, gives $258 aa the quota that
Charleston U expected to furnish, and this is
the amount that Mr. Gaines now desires to
obtain. The Palmetto Home ls wholb devoted
to the training and education of orphan child?
ren, and especially of those whose fathers
lost their Uvea in the Confederate service. It
is wholly non-sectarian ia Hs management,
and ls spoken of by all who have witnessed Us
M * m08t de8erTlD* and valuable in
A FIRE OX BROWN'S WHARF.
A Are broke out about a quarter-past eleven
o'clock last night ia the second story of a
brick building upon Brown's wharf, which ls
occupied as an office by Mr. J. M. Thompson,
a cotton broker. The engines were promptly
upon the scene, but a considerable portion of
the wood work within the building was con?
sumed before a stream could be played upon
the dre. The flames were subdued before
tbey could burst through the roof. The Vlgl
laut steamer was the first engine upon the
ground. The origin of the fire could not be
ascertained last night. It will, however, be
Fire In the Suburbs.
About one o'clock on Monday morning a
fire broke out In the large building situated
near the Six Mile House In the fork of the
State and Dorchester Hoads, which was owned
and occupied by a white man named Scanlon,
and used BB a store and residence. The build'
lng and Its contente were entirely consumed,
The Are is supposed to have been the work ol
THE CITY TAXES.
Four Days of ?race for the Late Comers?
There was no meeting of Oouooil yesterday
afternoon owing to the want of a quorum.
An informal meeting of the aldermen pres- j
ent was held in the Mayor's office, subsequent J
to the hour for holding the regular meeting,
and the following preamble and resolutions
were unanimously, adopted, with one dissent?
ing voice :
wt ere as, several o? our taxpayers, under !
the impression that the first ot October was
included In the extension ol their term of pay?
ment, have paid or offered to pay their taxes
on that day, and have been charged with pen?
alty. Be lt
Resolved, That the city treasurer be and be
is hereby instructed to receive the taxes with?
out penalty to next Friday, October 4, inclu?
sive, and that the penilly ol the third Instal?
ment, already paid, be credited the payers In
their last Instalment.
MORTUARY REPORT FOR THE WEEK.
The following is the official return of deaths
in the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing Sept amber 28,1872.
DB AT H.
BUCKS OB COL
I Di arr lima.
P rem dure
Want of vitall
Whites io, Blacks and Colored 16-total 26; and
Under l year or age.
Between 1 and 6 years of age.
Between 6 and io years of age.
Between io and 20 years of age.
Between 30 and 80 years of age.
Between 80 and 40 years or age.
Between 40 and 60 years of age.
Between 60 and 60 years ot age.
Between 70 and 80 years or age.
G BO. S. PELZBB, M. D., City Registrar.
Peter Peterson, drunk and disorderly, two
dollars or twenty days. George Brown, drunk
and disorderly, two dollars or twenty days.
John L. Pinokney, disorderly and drawlog a
pistol, two dollars and a peace bond. J iffry
McCorkley, applied for lodgings, discharged.
James Gadsden, drunk, one dollar. Henry
Taylor, lodged by a trial Justice, delivered to
warrant. One horse and two cows, at large,
one dollar each.
Trial Justices' CourH.
Hiram Lewis, a policeman, was before Trial
Justice Rollins yesterday, charged with the
false imprisonment of Edith Jones. He was
sentenced to pay one dollar and costs or spend
twenty daya in Jail. Henry Tay' ->r, for com?
mitting au assault and battery, was sent to
Jail by the same Justice for twenty days.
United States Jurors.
The following ls a list of grand and petit I
Jurors that have baen drawn for the next
term of the United States Circuit Court,
which ls opened In Columbia by Judge Bond
on the fourth Monday in November:
S. M. Smart, Ridgeway; Wm. M<wew. W.
O'Larln, R. H. Wile, Orange?urg; James Mc
Larln, John Bristow BeonettBVille; Wm. H.
Marshall, Cheraw; James Burrill, Sumter; Ed?
ward T. Carter, Camden; R. G. Holmes, Beau?
fort; Jackson Smith, Darlington; J. G. Cole,
Beaufort; R. S. Fletcher, J. H. Athen, Jacob I
Mills, S. H. Hare, R. E. Deieef, Joseph Sam?
son, Charleston; Barney Burton, Union.
Henry Wilson. Cheraw; James E. Crossland,
Greenland P. 0.; Archy Green, Gadsden P.
0.; Wm. M. Morris, Calhoun Mills; 8. M. Brown
and W. R. H. Hampton, Charleston; W. L. ,
Dennis, Blsbopvllle; J. H. Hendricks, Lexing?
ton; Henry MacK, 8umter; Wm. McKenna, Lan-1
caster; Isaac Hoffman, Beaver Dam; James
Just, Aiken; Virgil Johnson, Camden; Edward
Marshall, Cheraw; A. Hudson, Lancaster; Addi?
son Waiker, Chester; Louis Redfern, Oro;
Thomas Johnson, Mayesvllle; Lawrence E.
Walker, Anderson; Thomas Brown, Darlington;
Washington Ashe, Bennettsvllle; Ames Ash
brooks, Lancaster; Benjamin Welsh, Graham's
Crossroads; Nelson C. Davis. York ville; Cain
Everldge, Abbeville; John 7. Marks, P. S.
Riddle and George Mittag, Lancaster; John C.
Fltzslmmons and Sancho Davis, Columbia;
George M. Griffin, Bennettsvllle.
RADICAL MODESTY AND DECENCY.
The following elegant extraet Is from a re?
cent speech by J. J. Wright, the negro Judge
of the South Carolina Supreme Court, before a
mass meeting of colored people In Beaufort
County, as reported In the Beaufort Republi?
can. It will be noticed that the reporter
naively remarks that the most sacrilegious
utterance in the whole Indecent harangue
"Drought down the house." It was certainly
calculated to have that effect, literally:
The Judge then gave the convention some
very sensible advice in regard to the course
they should pursue in placing in office good
men; he further stated that white men bad
said that tbe colored man was not capable of
filllDg a seat upon the supreme bench, but be
was giving that the lie. I am the youngest
Judge In the United States, said he, and tbe
only one that has the honor of being a LL. D.;
be then compared the Hon. Robert Smalls
with Jesus Christ, and said that the senator
would hold the hearts of the people If he was
faithful, as the Saviour did, which assertion
brought down the house. He enlarged on the
subject of the echoo! commissioner, for, said
be, the white man can cheat you out of every?
thing If you do not acquire education. 1
BEAUFORT COUNTY NOMINATIONS.
Both factions of the Radical party in Beau?
fort County held their conventions last week,
and nominated full county and legislative
tickets. The Regulars, or Smalia's wing of the
party, met at Beaufort on Tuesday, and, after
a turbulent session of two days, placed iu
nomination the following ticket:
For State senator-Robert Smalls; for re?
presentatives-Hastings Gantt, Samuel Green,
Thomas Hamilton, G. A. Reed, N. B. Myers,
J. B. Bascomb and J. D. Robertson; for clerk
of court-H. G. Judd; for probate Judge-B
1. Carleton; for sheriff-Wm. Wilson; fir
Behool commissioner-Thomas Miller; for
county commissioners-George Waterhouse,
Paul Pritchard, Rev. Seabriu Drayton; for
coroner-A. W. MuckenfusB.
The Bolters, or Whipper faction, met at
Ye mass?e on Wednesday, and alter an equally
protracted and disorderly session, made the
following nominal lone:
For State senator-W. J. Whipper; for re?
presentatives-W. C. Morrison, T. C. Johnson,
Peter Seagrlff, Dennis Lockwood, John Mat
tern, W. H. Campbell and M. D. Troublefleld;
for sherlff-Plerson Peoples; for coroner
John Coneant; for clerk of the court-Alfred
Williams; for probate Judge-J. H. Tonking;
lor school commissioner-Rev. George A.
Harris; for county commissioners-S. D.
Daniels, James McOrea, J. Airs.
MOTEL ARRIVALS-OCTOBER 1.
W,H. Jones, Athens; W.McCarney,Augus?
ta; WP. Williams, Bull Creek; A. W. Loyns,
Florence; S. D. Russell, St. Stephen's; R. H.
Morrill, Spartanburg; Miss M. Wilson, Cam?
den; J. H. McFadden, Clarendon; J. A. Salters,
S. J. Walton, E. L. Ward, Mrs. J. F. Quinn,
Northeastern Railroad; A, F. O'Brien, South
Carolina; D. E. Connor, W. C. Rives, Sonth
Carolina; R. J. McCarty, Augusta; A. M. Ruth,
T. T. Bpears, Silver Hill, 8. C.
H. P. Hamilton; W. Eressell, Beaufort; W.
G. M. Davis, J. H. Flagg, Florida; T. R.
Gaines, W. 8. Morney, South Carolina; S. T.
Polmer, Spartanburg; J. P. Elnnard, New?
berry; Charles Einstein, F. E. Lewis, New
Tork; J. B. Eaten, "J. 8. A.; E. Muldrow,
Florence; Colonel B. H. Kirk, J. D. Had well,
Columbia; 0. If, Sadler, W. F. Peake, North
THE NEW TORK VEGETABLE MARKET.
The Dally Bulletin, of Monday, September
Potatoes are without essential change*
Vegetables are quiet. Our quotations
for potatoes are in bulk; in shipping
order 50o per bbl. must be added.
We quote as follows: Peachblows, $2a
2 25; early Rose at $150a2, and early Goodrich
and Jackson whites at $125al 60; sweets $2 76a3
per bbl for Virginia, and $3a3 26 for Delaware.
We quote vegetables: Green corn 76ca$l per
IBO. Bed onions, per bbl, I2a2 50; do yellow
$2 60a3; do Connecticut white S3 mt per bbl.
squash, marrowfat, per bbl, 76ca$l. New tur?
nips S2 50a3 per bbl. Cabbages $8al2 per 100.
Beets, Jersey, SI 60. Tomatoes, 60a70c per
basket. Egg plant, 60oaSl per dosen. Lima
beans. $4a4 60 per bag; do. shelled, $10 per
bushel. Carrots, per bbl $2 50.
REAL ESTATE SALES.-Lowndes <t Grlmball
sold the four Hamilton lois, situated in Sum?
merville, at auction yesterday for five hundred
and sixty-five dollars; one-third cash, balance
In one and two years. They also sold a tract
of land situated on Wassamaasaw Swamp,
containing six hundred and thirty-six acres
for nine hundred and sixty dollars; terms of
sale same as the above.
J. Fraser Mathewes sold at auction pleoe of
property situated east of East Bay street, near
WllUams's wharf, for four thousand one hun?
dred dollars; one-third cash, balance In one
and two years.
FOBSYTHE, MCCOEB & Co. have removed
from their late stand, No. 394 King street, to
the New Store at the corner ot King street
and Burns lane, where they will continue the
Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods Business, as
GENTLEMEN'S COATS, VESTS AND PANTS dyed,
scoured, cleaned and renewed at Otto Bonn
tagV, Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near
Artesian Well. *
THE POBOBLAIN "CUPID" will be raffled at
Langley's, No. 161 King street, on Thursday,
the 3d instant, at seven o'clock P. M.
FIVE CASES of new and elegant styles of
Dress Goods Just received at Furchgott, Bene?
dict ? Co., No. 244 King street
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCHASING FOB
CASH.-That they can Bave twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock of Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, dec, on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street.
Fr/BCHQOTT, 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 Ip.test and finest styles of Dress Goods,
(all descriptions,) Shawls, Ac, and ladles 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 Tork price
currents. Respectfully, FUROBOOTT, BENEDICT J
FIVE CASEB of new and elegant styles of
Dress GoodB Just received at Furchgott, Bene?
dict ? Co., No. 244 King street.
LANGLEY ls still making those fine Colton
Shirts, with Irish linen fronts, for $2 60.
Also Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds j
of Ladles' furnishing goods, at very low
Stitching of all kinds done to order, at No.
161 Klug sf/eek Bep9-lmo
Nonos TO DRUGGISTS.-By act o? the Leg?
islature, druggists are required to have the
ANTIDOTE to eaoh poison or poisonous com?
pound Bold by them printed upon the label on
each bottle or package. THE NEWS Job Office
ls prepared to print to order all such labels,
being provided with the requisite cuts. Speci?
mens may be seen on application.
PARCHEESI 1 PARCHEESI I-A royal game of j
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay [
NewB Boom. _ _ apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. apr!7-w
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, SI 50 per dozen. HABEL STREET
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly j
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pl n c k n ey street.
Fhe above are all made at his own faotory on
Son bock 'a wharf. He keeps, also, French and
american Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Hantele, Builders' Hardware, Ac., from the
jest manufacturers, mch8-tflnwlyr j i
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Georgiana-2112
bales upland cotton, ISO tons phosphate rock, 1071
staves, 7 bbls wax.
Th? Charleston cotton, Kio? ?nd Naval
OFFICE CHABLBBTON N BWS, ?
TUESDAY EVENING. October 1, 1872. f
COTTOK.-There vas a continued and rather j
good demand for this article, the market stowing
a limited stock, which sold at Arm and In some
cases slightly belter rates; sales about 700 bales,
Bav 12 ar 16Xc, 2t at io, 7 at lex, 14 at lex, 26 ai
18X, 17 at lex, 23 at 17, 7 at 17X. 86 at 17X, aa at
17X. 102 .at nx, 93 at i: *i. is? at i;\. We
Ordinary to good ordinary.18 @17
BIOB.-Tola grain was In moderate request at |
easier rates; sales 116 tierces of clean Carolina,
say 46 tierces at 7Xc, 70 at 7X- We qnote com?
mon to fair at ax@7 ? gcoo 7X(a : ?ic.
NATAL STOBBS.-The receipts were 02 bbla
spirits turpentine, 431 bbls rosin, and 31 bbls crude
turpentine. The market was quiet and without
transactions. Crude turpentine may be quoted at
$3 60 ? bbl for virgin, $8 io for yellow dip,
and $1 80 for hard.
FaaiOHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, Xd
on uplands, nommai on sea Islands; via New
ifort.x lon uplands,- on sea Islands;by sall,
Xd ou npiaada, on aaa islands nominal.
To Harre-on uplands. Coast wise-to New York
by steam Xe on uplands and - on sea
islands; f 2 B uerce on rice; soo . bbl on rosin
hy sall -c % ft on cotton; - ? tierce on
I rice; 60o * barrel on rosin; $ U#U V M OD lom
3er; $12@12 51 tg Mon Umber. To Boston, by
Bte. m xe o i npla da, and $2 60 fl throe oe rice;
by sal), - ? n on uplands; rosin 70o; resawed
I stuff $12912 so; timber $18018 6?; phosphate $6
0660. To Providence, by sail $l(911 lt Mon
coorda, -3 ? ft on cotton; by steam Xe via New
Corr. To Phtia ielphla. by steam Xe on uplands;
$1 76 ? tierce on rice, 6O0 ft bbl on roslo, j
$1 on spit its. Through bills of lading given to
Boston, Providence and tbe New England cities [
are regularly issued on this route, and dispatch
guaranteed. By sall, $8 . M on boards; f 12 on
ti tu ie-,- per ton en clay.. $8 soon phosphates. To j
Baltimore, by steam -c * ft by sall, $8?8 60 ?
tf on boards; - cn timber; $810 ft ion at .city, $4
I @4 60 9 ton up river on phosphate rook. Vessels
are m demand hy our mero han ts to tate lumber
j freights from Georgetown, S.O., Dari en and sauna
stiver, Qa., and Jacksonville, Pla., to Northern
ports, and $io?ia ? M are the rates on lumber
KXCHAWOB,-sterling 60 day billa 20X
DOMB8TX0 El CHANG!-The banka purchase
tight checks on New Tork at X@X per cent, off,
and sell at par.
marketa cy Telegrapn.
LONDON, October 1.
Noon.-Consols oax. F'vea 8SX
PARIS, October 1.
Koon.-Rentes 62 f wc
NEW TOBE, Oolober 1.
Noon.-Freights Arm: Morts firm. Gold Arm
at 14. Money tight at 7X> Exchange-long 7X; |
I short 8X> Governments strong. State bonds
Eveolng.-Freiguts firm. Money, atrlngency
increased, closing at 7, with a fraoiion commis
alon. Dla connu ireqnently ranging from 12 to 16
for prime names. Sterling unsettled and weak.
Gold l4Xal4X> Govornmenta v.iry Arm and xa
X higher, states bonds steady, lennessees
Arm. The debt statement shows a decrease ol
ten and three-e'ghta minion:,; ootn in the treas,
ury seventy-eight and a halt minions; currency
eight and a hair millions.
LIVERPOOL, October L
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet; uplands BXd, Or?
leans OXd. 1
Later.-Cotton Arm; aalei 12,000 bales; specula?
tion and export 8000. baie? of Orleans lor No
vember at SXd; December 9Xd; nplands Novem?
ber 9 6-i8d ; December 9 6 16d.
Evening.-cotton ,clo-ed unchanged. Tarns ]
aud fabrics quiet and unchanged. Bombay ship?
ments, since last report, to 30th ult, 8000 balea
NEW YORK, October 1.
Noon.-Cotton easier; Bales 688 bales; uplands
lBXc Orleans i9xc.
livening.-Cotton steady; sales 2842 bales; up
lauds 18XC, Orleans l9Xo. The receipts of cotton
tc-dav are net 881 bales; grata 19JI. Sales of
futures to-day eioo bales, as follows: October, isa
181 leo; November. 18 M6al8X; December, 181-16
ai8X; January. 18X; February i9Xal9X; Maren,
19X<U9 13-16; April, 20B21X.
BOSTON, October 1.
Cotton quiet; middlings 19c; gross r.celpts 80
bales; sales 260; stock MOO.
PHILADELPHIA, October 1.
Cotton quiet; middlings 19c.
BALTIMOBB, October 1.
Cotton dull; middlings 18Xc; gross receipts 171
bales ; sales ibo; atook 2830.
NOB FOLK, October l. I
Cotton quiet; low middlings l7Xo; net re?
ceipts 995 bales; exports coastwise 832; sales loo;
WILMINGTON, October L
Cotton Arm; middlings 17xe; net receipts 813
bales; exports coastwise 14; salea 73; stock 1668.
SAVANNAH, October 1.
I Cotton In fair demand; middlings I7gc; net
receipts 3630, gross 4289 bales; tales llOO; stock
I AUGUSTA, Ootoberl.
I K * ?"faulet; middlings laxe; net receipts 906
D&1C8? 8<fl 963*
. " .. , MEMPHIS, October L
I Cotton Inactive, and prices drooping; middlings
17Xal7Xo; receipts 626 bales; shipments 372;
atook, by actual count, 474C
" - MOBILE, October L
Cotton weak and In light demand; low mid
alinga 17Xal7Xc, middlings 18c; net reeelpts 1032 I
S*S>! exports coaotwise lili; sales 800; stock
Nsw OBXEANS, October 1.
cotton-demand moderate; good ordinary
17X?. low middlings 18X0, middlings l'Xc; not
receipts 6281 bales; gross 6227; exports to Great
Britain 2208; salea 2200; stock 4293.
_ .. GALVESTON, October L
cotton arm and in good demand; good ordi?
nary leifc; net receipts I8OO balea; exports to
Great Britain 788; sales 12C0; stoat 14,418.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LiVEBPOOL, October L
Noea.-Breadstuff's Arm. Corn sus 9d. Tallow
NEW TOBE, Ootober L
Noon.-Fleur quiet and unchanged. Wheat
quiet and arm. corn quiet and Arm. Pott steady
at $1420. Lard dull; steam SXasx. Turpentine
dull at 64a64X. Rosin quiet at $4 60.
Evening.-Flour favors buyers; common to fair
extra $7 66. Whiskey unchanged. Wheat-prime,
a abane Armer; ordinary, drooping. Corn inac?
tive and lo lower. Rice quiet. Pork armer. Lard
steady. Turpentine doll. Rosin steady.
EVeillig.-Turpentine 44a ed. Common rosin
WILMINGTON. October 1.
Spirits turpentine Arm at 00c. Rosin Arm at Si
for wained, $4 26 for l.w No 1, $4 60 for No 1,
ti 10 Tor low No 2. $6 for low pale. Crnde turpen?
tine s:eady at S3 60 for hard, $6 60 for yellow din
and virgin. Tar steady at S3 60.
CINCINNATI, Octobsr L
Flour quiet and weak at $7 40a7 66. corn ateadv
at 44c. Pork steady at $18 60. Lara dull and
lower, with sales of summer at 7Xc Bacon
ateam nominally 8c; kettle 8X; in lair demand
aed ?rm; shoulders 7Xc; Jobbing sales of cear rib
mISw??11*! clear aW?? 12X; offerings light.
Whiskey arm at 89c.
M W LOUISVILLE, Ootober 1.
Tobacco very Arm; salea as nhds. Piour In
good demand and Arm; extra family $s 60&7
stock scarce. Corn unchanged. Pork, little tn
market; aalea at $13 26. Bacon in fair demand"
shoulders 7Xa8c; clear rib sides llXc; clear sides
12C, packid. Lard Arm at sxail?. msik?j
steady at 89c. sales of leaf tobacco daring the
month of September embrace 707 hhds, valued at
$210,000; atook yesterday evening nearly 4800
* S?. Louis. October 1.
Flour, demand good and full priots. Corn
more doing at a decline; No 2 mixed aaxaaojic-l
closing at 38c, cash, and 88xc for october.''
Whlssey steady at 9lo. Pork uncdanged at $14 60
Bacon Arm for Jobbing and order lota; shoulden
8xc; clear rib sides llXc; clear sides 12c Lard
_WILMINGTON, September so.
SPiBiTs TCRPENTINB.-sales of 120 casks at so<>
per gallon for Southern packages.
ROSIN.-sales of 1410 bbls at $4 for strained
S4 26 for No 1, $4 60 for extra No 2, and $6 26 for 1
low pala '
CBOOB TURPENTINE-Sales of 840 bbls at ts so
for hard, and $6 60 for yellow dip and vlrir?L Th?
market la arm acd has advanced. 1Qe
TAB-Salea of 49 bbls at $8 80 per bbl
COTTON.-Sales of 8 bales at io, 7 at io v tv a?
I8X, 68 at 17, and 2 at l7Xc per lb! We anot?
Ordinary 16X, good ordinary lex, low middling
17, middling i7Xal7Xc ?uaaiing
Interior Cotton Markets.
" , . COLUMBIA, september SJ.
Sales of cotton to-day 100 bales; middling ?exc.
_ MACON, September 28.
There was a falh>g off In receipts to-day. De?
mand were .".ctlVe and quotations arm at iexc for
middlings. There were sales made at xe higher
but that Agure did not rule. The market closed'
active at ia xe Receipts to-day were 297 bales;
shipmen ru 271; tales 26?.
New York Rice Market.
?. ?... KEW TOBI. Sepiember 30.
The Dally Bulletin says: The market la steady
with a light demand ac fall Agares. The sales
are 160 bags Rangoon a; ej?aT??c, 76 bags Patna
at 7\aS, ?6 tierces Caro ima at 8\a9xc
New York Nar ai Stores Harket.
Nitw TOBK. September 80.
The Dally Bulletin naya : Receipts to-day 68
obis rosin. Spirits a-e la moderate request and
very strong at a farther advance. Sah? 60 bbls
at 64c; 00 bbls at oixo, and 66 bbls at 66c. Rosin
has been moro active, rind Bales have been made
or 6000 bbls on privatiJ terms, 400 bbls at $4 60,
and 288 bbls floe at $6 'I6a6. Tar and pitch with?
out essential change.
Receipts per Railroad, October 1.
SOUTH GASOLINA RAILROAD.
1377 bales cotton, 28 bales goods, 2B0 bbls of I
flour, 301 aacks gram. To Railroad Agent, Mow-1
ry A son, A J Salinas, Oro W williams A co, w
P Dowling. W W Smith, Jas R Pringle A Soc, Pel
zer, Rodgers A co, Witte Bros, Wm 0 Bee A co.
Reeder A Davis, Sloan A Selgnlens, E H Frost
A co, If nrdangh A Weekly, Le.-esue A Wells, 0 H
Walter A co, Tiedeman, Calder A co, Tren holm A
Son, JOH Clauisen, Jno Campeen A co, H Cobla
& co, Wlss A co, W B Smith A oo, Wlss A co, W 0
Courtney A co, Crawley A Dehon.
NORTHS AST2RJ? RAILROAD.
289 bales upland cotton, 86 bbls spirits turpen?
tine, cara lumber and wood, nails, mdse, ?c. To
E H Frost A co. W K Ryan, A J Salmas, Wm 0
Bee A co, Mowry A Son, 0 W Williams A oo,
Thoa P smith, Reeder A Davis, Whtlden A Jones,
Trenholm A Son, Barden <fc Parker, Caldwell A
Son, O H Walter A co, Kinsman A Howell, A s
Smith, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Mnrdaugh A Weer.
ly, Priogle A Son, Ravtnel A co, T G Boag, C R
liolmes, Fennlck A Tolbert, T J McCutchen A co,
E Willis, H Klaue A co, W O Dukes A co, Qnaok
enbnsh, Eat lu A co, O A Barn, J E Adger A co, W
O 0 artney A co, F Alston, S R Marshall A co, N
E Railroad Agent, Order, and ott era.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah na
Beaufort, Huton Head, and Way Landings-o
M Wells, Mrs W Douglass and daughter. R P Bar-1
ry, J Campbell, Rev R H Cain, and six deck.
PORT VAL Mit DAM.
Hew Moon, 2d. 10 hours, ll minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 9th. 8 honra, 44 minutes, evening.
Fun Muon. 16th, io honra, 16 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 24th. 3 boura, 8ft minutes, morning.
New Moon, Slat, il hours, 42 minutes, evening.
SIFT, a ocr.
It. * 8.
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.OCTOBER 2, 1873.
uat sa dog 48 min88 seo. | Lon70deg67min27sea
i steamship Albemarle, Walker, New York-86
boars. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger A co, W A
Courtnay, J E Adger A co, M a A Ashton A M
Adger, C D Ahrens A co, Mrs H Arms.rong, Edw
Bates a co. H Bischoff A co, J H Braning A co,
Bollmann Bros, T W Bliss, Wm C Bee a co, T L
Blsaell, E T Brown, T M Bristoll ? CO, H R Bants,
W H onafee A co, L Cohen A oo, Ceo connor, J 0
H Clanssen. Crane, Boylston A co. Jas Cantwell,
Camerou, Barkley A co, Cuthbert, Tovey A co, M
, Drake, Dowle. Moise a- Davis, H A Due, Dally
News, B Dosoner, D F Flemiog A co, Purcbgott,
benedict A co, Mrs M Galloway, Forsyths, Mc?
comb A co, T P Forreston, T E Gilbert, Hoyt A co,
Hart A co, F Wehmann, Wm Harra!, N A Haut,
Jaeger Bros, Jeffords A co, Johnston, Crews A co,
A O Jones, 0 E A A S Johnson, J Kanowltskc. F D
c Kracke, Kinsman Bros, Kllnck, Wlckenberg t
ro, P B Lalane A co, A Langer, Lanrey, Alexan?
der A co, J H Lopez, E W Marshall A co, Mo Loy A
Klee, P F Murray, John G Mllnor A co, W Moran,
Menke A Muller, Melobers A Muller, Wm McKay.
S K Marshall A CO, Wm Matthlessen, Murphy A
Linie, Railroad Ageats, B O'Neill, E Perry, Klecke
a Petermann, Ra venel, n cimes A co, J Shaw, J
Rughelmer, Steffens Werner A Ducker, Shackel
ford A Kelly, E B stoddard A co, Wm Shepherd
a co, O o Schmelzer, Tiedaman, Calder A co, W
Dfferhardt, P P Toale, R Tbomllnson A co, sun?
day Tunes, W Steele, seil A Foster, D H Silcox. L
Schnell, E Scott, Whilden A Jones, R Wing, Witto
Bros, G W Willi ima A oo, F von Santen, C Volgr,
P Wineman A oo, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, Mts
8 Watts, O F Wietera, P Walsh, W J Yates, Order,
steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-left
Saturday. Mdse To W A Courtenay, SC Railroad
Agent, N E Railroad Agent, Wagener A Monsees,
Cameron, Barkley A co, W M Bird A co, R H Mc?
Dowell, L Chap?n, W T Bireaa. P Wlueman A co,
Dowle, Moise A Davia, i R Johnson. W Steele. J P
Brown, J Hopkinson, A R Le with, D Goldstein A
Son, Hart A co, Adams, Damon * co, E M Hack?
er. F 0 Archer, A Langer, B Mcinnes, J Slattery,
M Goldsmith A i*on, D O'Neill, G J Lubn, Dr Baer,
E Bares A co, B K Beni ville, J F Taylor A co, c D
Franke, MAA Ashien, E 0 Mets, JOH Clanssen,
W St epherd A co, J E Adger A co, M Tries t, John
Luhrs, F von santen, Qasoicenbush, Estin A co, J
B Devereux, D Fltaglboon, A M Adger, M Luh rs,
M Drake, Holmes'e Book House, Ravcnel, Holmes
A co, and others.
Behr Charles, Whitehurst, George: o sp, S 0.
2000 bushels roogh rice. To W O Bee A co.
sehr Ann 8 Deas. G ar battu West Point M UL 61
les rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Steamer Pilot Boy, MoNelty, from Savannah,
Beaufort, Paclflo and Cblaolm's Landings. 16 bags
sea island conon and mdse. To Ravened. Holmes
A co, Wm Gurney, w c Bee A co. M McOo-ty, W
M Bird A co, D McPherson, 0 F Wleters. M Trtest,
A M Adger, Mr KreaseL F Campbell, Lieut Clarke,
Holmes <s Calder, J Oolcook, Order, and others.
Boat from James Inland. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraaer A Hill.
Received from Bonnett's Mill. 120 tierces rice.
To W 0 Bee A co.
British bark Georgiana, Mann, Liverpool-Hen?
sehr sparkling Sea, Butler, Jacksonville-E F
Sehr M E Vancleaf, Thorndike, Brunswick, Ga.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka via Jack?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship South carolina, Beckett, at New
York, september 28.
steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
Spanish bark Carmen, Battle, at Barcelona, nth
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, at New York,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT,
steamship South Carolina, Beckett, from New
York, October 1.
MARTHE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NIWYORK, October 1.
Arrived, steamships Manhattan and Mont
Arrived ont, the City of Brooklyn and Frankfort.
FUUTHBB OF THB LOSS OP THX SHIP CALHOUN.
The Cal .oun was from Bun River, s O, ror an Eu?
ropean port. Capt G B Orarey, writing norn Lon
don, gives farther particulars ol the loss o( his
ship. The gale which caused the abandoment of
ins vessel occurred Saturday, August 81. Having
increased to a" hurricane, lt threw the calhoun
npon ber beam ends, swept the decks of au ber
boats, five in number, stripped the vessel of all '
her salis, leaving four feet of water in the bold.
The crew had to rig life lines to get around the
ship's deck, until, cutting away her masts, the
ship partially righted. The two following days ;
were spent la pumping the helpless wreok, throw-1
lng overboard cargo and awaiting rt sal te. - On
the third day the Date h steamer came along and >
sent her boats and took oil the captain and crew.
OfeSt Crarey saved only us watch, cbrononuter. '
and the clotnea he stood la. He expected to sail
for New York soon.
The sehr Carno S webb, Homar, for George?
town, S 0, cleared at New York September 28.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THTB POBT.
Br ship Edith, Hilton, sailed......... ?..Sept 3
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, sailed.August 23
Br bark Fille de l'Alr, Jones, np.August 27
The Tiber, tallier, sailed.Aug 28
0 ABD LV7.
The Cormorant, Hansen, sailed.August 12
The Emma, Pender, sailed.Sept io I
Bark BriUlant, Bartley, Bslied-.Sept 16
Span bark Providencia, -a, sailed..Sept 20
Bark Sapho, WUbnr, np.July 31
Br ship Jolla, Baker, cleared.sept is
Br bark Ranger, cox, cleared.Sept 27
Brig ? C Colson, Pays rn, cleared.Sept 22 j
Brig J W Spencer, Thomas, np.Sept 20
Sehr j H Hancock, Crowell, cleared.sept is
Bark Wallace, Mccormack, cleared.Sept 26
Brig Alta vela, Cousins, up.Sept 20
Sehr Minnie, Hodson, cleared.Sept 17
Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, d'd.Sept 28
Sehr sparkling sea. Butler, cleared.Sept 18
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.Sept 18
32K ?,? 8nmh? Wuiiam?, up.Sept 19
?Sh?^i*?,* Rhodes, np.Sept 20
Inh? M H?we- Newburry, up.Sept 27
gchr Lilly Hagnes, up... f......Sept 28
Sehr Adellza, -, Bp..\.sept 28
Brt^m7w?,\e<H>8!larP. cl??red.Sept 24
liX W0Wcl8tl- Flauer, up.Sept 20
lcXl I ? Shaw, watta, up... .. ... .sept 20
Sobr M H Knowles, Batseb, cleared.Sept 23
scar sue Cummings, Lyon... spnt H
Soor Matoaia, Foo?.up....?Stsa
Sehr J H Silckney, Fooks,'^'"""^"iSS
Brig RS HaaelU Hodadon, np.....Sept 20
Mtnqa ot OJr)0leeah;.
CHILLS AND FEVER ?
\ Glori H?^ \
S ILYSE SPBINGB, NEAR OCALA, FLA., 1
Maren 1,1.171. J
MESSRS. Down, Morai * DAVIS, CHARLESTON,
S. C -Dear Sirs: I regard MOISE'S FEVER AND
AQUR PILLS as a certain cure, and a Dieding to
all living lu the malarious districts of the south,
and partlcularlv in the everglades or our State.
Very respectfully, yours,
^AS. B.. -WENS, M. D.
EINGSTBBB, S. C., December 31, 1870.
MB. B. F. Moma, CHARLESTON, S. C.-Dear sin
I have used your FEVER AND AGOE PILLS In
my practice this (all, and have never In the first
Instance railed to relieve my patients. I have
now frequent calls in my drag store for them, and
I always recommend them, and with the happiest
results. I wish that yon may have the satlsfac
Mon of knowing that your "Fever and Ague
Pula" have relieved many under my treatment,
when other medicines that I have tried have
failed to do. Yours, respectfully.
J. S. BROCKINGTON. M. D.
MBBOAT?BS, BARNWELL DIST., S. C., 1
July 12,1871. J
MB. B. F. Morsa-Dear Slr: In reply to your
question as to what has been the success of your
FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, that h.ve been sold
?y ns, we would say as far as we know, they
have given entire satisfaction. We shall continue
to recommend them.
W. T. BLANTON A SON.
NBAR GREEN POND, S. ft C. R. R. J
November ll, 1870. f
MR. B. F. MOISE-Dear Slr: I am glad to say
your FEVER AND AG?E PILLS are all you claim
for them. I have used them In my family and on
my place, and in every case they have proved ef
feotual; some of the cases I bad fiought chronic,
as tn ey have lasted over two yea-s.- Ia no case
was more than a single box required, and In no
case baa the disease returned, and lt ls over three
months ago since 1 used thom.
Toara. Ac, B. K. WILSON.
GOUROIN'S DBPOT, N. E. R..B., Sept. 16,1871.
MBsaas. Dowia, HOIKS A DAVIS-Mrs: I am Im?
proving In health almost as fait as I cnn, laboring
under different old chronic diseases. I took
MOISE'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, agreeable to
directions, and lind them the best medicine 1
have ever taken, and they have made a completo
cure of Chills and Fever on me, and my case was
oae ef the worst.
Tour humble servant,
WILLIAM J. BRADLEY,
Peedee Railroad Bridge Keeper.
They contain no arsenic or polsonouii ingre?
dients of an; kind-nothing in the least degree
injurious to tue system under any circumstances
-and may be administered with perfect; safety
to an Infant.
They never fall to care the most obstinate case
when taken at directed,
sold by Druggists and Dealers evervwhere..
DOWIE. MOISE ft DAVIS,
Proprietors and Wholesale Droguista,
MaySO-tbs?mo Charleston. S. 0.
UNIVERSAL BXHnunOIf OF lie?
ALF. LABARMQUE AND Go
Approved by the Imperial Academy
? of Medicine
The Qui ni um Labarraque is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark.
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicine are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quintana La barraque, approved by
thc Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
The Quinlam La barraque is prescribed
willi great success for persons of weak con?
tinuion, or for those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness; for youths
fatigued by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difficulty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.
lt is Hie best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia, orGreensik
nuss, litis Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
Hie ferruginous preparations. In conjunction,
for example, with VALLHT'S PILLS, the rapidi?
ty of its action is really marvellous.
lepol ?11 Paris, L. FREUE, 19, rae toot). .
Agents In Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE J
^ftjUAVlS, Wholesale Druggists.
Thia unrivalled Medicine la warranted not to
contain a single particle or Mercury, or any in?
jurious mineral substance, but is
For forty yeara lt bas proved its great value in
all diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands of the good and great in all parts of
the country vouch for ita wonderful and peculiar
power in purifying the Blood, stimulating the
torpid Liver and Bowels, and imparting new lire
and vigor to the whole system, SIMMONS'S
LIVER REGULATOR ls acknowledged to have
no equal as a
It contains four medical elements, never united
in the same happy proportion in any other pre?
paration, viz: a gentle Cathartic a wonderful
Tonic, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of all Impurities of the body.
Such signal success has attended its use that lt ls
now regarded aa the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Ltver Oomplalnt and the painful offspring
thereor, to wit: Dyspepsia, constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, Colic, De?
pression of Splrlta,'Sour Stomach, Heart Barn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Is manufactured only by
J. H Z El LIN A CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-si per package; sent by mall postage
paid, $12& "repared ready for use in bottles,
For sale by P- WINE MAN ft CO.
AND BY ALL DElUGGISTS.
?- Beware of all counterfeits and Imita
FilLIiADELPHIA IBON STEAM
LINE. - _.
THE FIRST-CLASS: IBO S SCREW STEAMS H IFS
VIRGINIA, captain Hinckley, - .
GULF STREAM, Captain Han tar.
Axe now regularly on ^^J^^^j^tHS:
class sea connection between Fi^a^^b^ and
Onarleaton, and In alliance with
punies at both termini, afford rapid tranipomaan
to and from all pointa in the Cotton Staten^ and
to and frcm Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the North weat. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing cen
aj-rne VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall Irom
Brown's Wharr, on FBIDAT, 4th October, at 4
KS" The GULF STREAM Will follow. a tVi
For particulars of Frelgni arrangements, Apply
to WM. A. OOURTENAY, Union Wharves
w. p. GLIDE A co., General Agenta, No. Vk /
South Delaware A?enne. PhUAdelphla. aepM . .
The steamship MEROE DIT A. Marsh
man, commander, will sail from.
Vanderhorst's Wharf on HATTED AT, the i
ber, at - ?'clock.
For Freight engagements, apply to '
JAMES ADO EH & 004 1
POE B A L T I M O B ?,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILT, AND THRtTTjOa
BILLS LADING ISSUED '
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship WM. KENNEDY, H. D.
Foster, Commander, will sall for Baltimore, on
THUBSDAT, Sd October, at ?% o'clock, P. M,
ET* Philadelphia Freights forwarded, to* that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
tlonal insurance, and Consignees 'ara allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.:v . - >
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLK, Agent, r,
aepas-5 : ' SU.E Union WfcartsarBB
LTv^BPOOL, YU Q?EBBSltfffi
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS. .'",
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERS !
wm dispatch one of their flTii-ciaat, ran rpown
Don ?crow Steamahlpaffom . A .o
PIER No. 46 H. R^ EVERY WEDNESDAY, ?.j
Cabin Passage f so, gold.
Steerage Pansage (Onice Ho, 29 Broadway) tai,
TOTTOnOy. .... , ., i; -, .'..' .
For Freight or oabRi^aage, ap^r^;
. No. ?3 Wan street N. T.
M. B.-Through BOIS Lading to Llverpool lacatd
oy the Charleston and New York Steamers,*1Joi
make close connection with the above Una.-, - ;
For particulars and raw of Freight apply to
maya or WM.A.I
CHANGE OP SAILING DAYBi ' i^-^f'
INCREASED SERVICE. - ; I . < **l
I PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANYS
THROUGH LINE TO .
OALIFOBNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. " ' ?
Steamers of the above line leave Pier,
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street, 2
New York, at ia ^doci noon, of thal
and SOth of every month, except when these date?
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding- .
All departures connect at Panama with steam
era for south Pacific and Gest ral American porta.
For Japan and China, 8'-earners leave San Fran,
claco first of every month, except when lt fans on
Sunday-then on the day pwcatunf. ", 2 .
No California Steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to AspIowaU. ?
One hundred pounds baggage rree to each ad ult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket? or other Information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on toa
Wharf foot of Canal atreet, North aver, ,N?w,
York, *. B, BABY, A?ent.,
anglB-lyr . .
B F L O B I DA.
The Splendid-Steamer DICTATOR, - jp?.
CapuinL. M. Ooxetter, wm leaTe^?s?C
Ubarle*ton every TTTMDAT EVSNTNG, ai hair-oast S
o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACK?
SONVILLE. PALATKA. AND ALL LANDINGS
ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. ~* " WWW
Returning, DICTATOR leaves PALATKA Fm-'
DAT MOBNIKQ, SAVANNAH SONDAT MOBsOtO.
arriving here SUNDAE* 'AETBBNOON.'
Connection ls made at Firn angina with Rail?
road for New Orleans and Havana; via : Cedar
Revs; at Jacksonville with Steamar STARLIGHT
ior Mellon ville, Enterprise and Upper st, Joha's
River, and at Toool with Railroad for St Angas.
All Freight for Way Landings moat ba prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, bavins; splendid ac?
commodations, apply to
RA VE NBL A CO., Agents,
Omer Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bar.
rjl O W I ? QI T O W I?N'GI
The powerful Steam. Tug REP.i. . _ *, ?JT^'L.1
LIO, Mellville, Commander, ?BIMMBC
been fitted ont mest complete for thu narbo.,?na
IB prepared to Tow Vessels or any BUM in the
harbor to sea and the adjacent Phosphate Works
at St. Helena; also to and from Charleston to Sa?
vannah apon the most reas jnable terms.' ,
Arrangements may be made with captain
MELVILLE on board, or at the Agents' office.
ROACH A MOFFEIT, Agenta..;
MWS. B_She bas wrecking Pu m ps for assisting
ves s eli In distress and putting oat fires, Ac,
yCT ? ? E L Y LINE T ?
SAVANNAH, OA, AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, S. 0.
Captain W. r. Mcnelty, - ' .
W1U leave Accommodation Wharf - ^^gr^^
ecery MONDAY MOBNihQ.at 8 o'clock, JUCgsjK
for savannah, Beau/crt. Hilton Head and apVuau
Wells. Returning, will leave savannah every
I 1H?S DAT Mo KN INO.
I Will leave ior Beaufort, Paclflc and Chlsolm's
Landings every THUBSDAT MOBNTNO, at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beaufort every' FBIDAY
MORNING. : .
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
Freights received WEDNESDAYS and SATUBDATS
most be prepaid to Way Lanalogs.
Freight received for points on Savannah River,
to be transferred to Steamer CLYDE, which leaves
Savannah every TUESDAY MOBNTNO.
Cabin Passage to Beaufort, ss.
Deck Passage to Beaufort, $ i ?0.
For engagements apply to . . ~?-? ?
RAVENED, HOLMES ? CO.,
B6P18-WS_ Na so East Bay.
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JjlE?lT TREES, SHALL FJtOITS,
ORNAMENTAL TREES AND PLANTS, CHOICE
GARDEN AND FIELD SEED3, Ac
A splendid stock of the choicest varieties.
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All Trees weU packed so aa to carry safely to
any part of the United State*.
SMALL FRUITS AND SMALL PLANTS,
of ell kinds, sent by mall, postage paid, to any
postofflce in the United States.
EDWARD J. EVANS Alia,
Nurserymen and Seedsmen,
July 26-th 4m os York.. Po.
JAY COOKE, McOTJLLOCE A CO.
Np. 41 LOMBARD STREET, LONDON.
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FOR TRAVELLERS, AVAILABLE IN ALL PARTS
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JAY COOEE A CO.,
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