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MEETINGS THIS HAT.
Tobacco Dealers' Union, at half-past 7 P. M.
Begatta Association ot South Carolina, at 2
Executive Committee of South Carolina Ag?
ricultural Society, at 8 P. M.
Palmetto Lodge. K. P., at 7 P. M.
German Fire Company; at half-past 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods, Ac.
B. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at half
past 10 o'clock/.at their office, a horse.
Miles Drako will Bell at 10 o'clock, at bis
store, dry goods, ehoe?, 4c.
. THE WEATHER.
The range of the thermometer yesterday
at the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south aide of Broad street, was as fol?
lows : 8 A. M., 73; 10 A. M., 76; 12 M., 77; 2
P. M., 77; 4 P. M., 75; S P. M., 73; 8 P. M., 72,
. LOO AL LACONICS.
-L.The managers ot elections are rapidly
flung- their oattw of office with the clerk of
-The Sumter Social Club will give a soiree
thia evening, at their hall, corner ot King
-Governor Scott has pardoned Theodore
Hay,-colored, of Fairfield, who waa sentenced
to ten years' imprisonment for aiding a pris?
oner to escape.
-A colored carpenter, named Gordon, fell j
from a scaffolding about ten feet high, at No.
26 Mary street, yesterday morning, and savere- j
ly injured his back.
-The new steamer of the Marlon Fire Com?
pany did not arrive until eleven o'clock, last j
night. It will be carried to their engine
house, on Cannon street, this morning.
-Ellis Allen, the negro who waa chopped In
the head with an axe,,on .last Saturday night,
was still alive last evening. Though remain?
ing unconscious, he waa supposed to be. a
' -At a meeting of the German Bide'Club,
held on Monday evening, Mr. H. Theas, the
present keeper of the Schutzenplaiz, was
unanimously re-elected to fill that position for j
-the ensuing year.
-Colonel D. H. Jacques, editor of the Bural
Carolinian; Dr. A. B. Bose and E. Ewing
Brown, Esq., left this city yesterday for Co?
lumbia, to attend the organization of the
State Grange, Patrons ol Husbandry.
-The members of the Washington Llgbt
Infantry Rifle Club, after their meeting, on
Monday night, engaged the services ot the
Sntaw Band and went around, the city sere?
nading their friends.
-The avenne leading to the whari of the I
Adger Line of New York steamships ls so
Jammed with drays and other vehicles of |
transportation during the day that a foot pas?
senger can hardly make his way within the
- ?-The game of chess that was In progress
through the evenings of last week, by tele?
graph, between the Columbia and Augusta
clubs, was closed Saturday night, and result?
ed In a draw. It is stated that the Augusta
dub will again challenge the Columbia club.
-Yesterday, about one o'clock, while a j
dray loaded with colton was passing down
East Bay, In trout ol the Postofflce, a portion
of the harnefs gave way, and the cotton had
to be taken off and placed upon another dray.
One of the bair s slipped from the men hand?
ling lt, and, In falling, struck the well-known
crippled match-boy upon the shoulder, throw- J
lng him to the ground. He was picked op j
unhurt, but badly frightened.
-Two Btndents of the University of Vir?
ginia of the past session, Mr. Frank P. Dun?
ningham, o? Ballimore, and Mr. J. B. Adger,
of South Carolina, bave had the honor ot fa-1
Torable mention In the proceedings o? the
Boyal Society of Great Britain, in connection |
with an analysis made by them, moder Pro-j
feaaor Mallet's direction, In the chemical labo?
ratories o? the meteoric genus which fell in
Angosta County, Va. Other original investi?
gations by the same two young gentlemen j
were made before the British Association for
the' Advancement ol Science, at Its annual
meeting In July.
SERIOUS CUTTING AFFRAY;
On? White Boy Dangerously Wounds
William Morrissey, a white boy about seven?
teen years old, was seriously, and lt ls feared
mortally, stabbed, about six o'clock yesterday
afternoon, by another white boy named John
Magrath. The stabbing occurred in Mazyck
street, near Magazine. The boys had been
quarrelling about some trivial matter. Mor?
rissey waa standing upon the steps ol his
mother's house. No. 20 Mazyck street. Ma?
grath waa standing directly below upon the
sidewalk. Several DOJB, but no grown per?
sona, were present. The boys say that Ma?
grath dared Morrissey to come down from
the steps. Morrissey came down, and imme?
diately that be reached tbe sidewalk was
stabbed twice by Magrath. The boys cried out
that "Willie had been stabbed," and the In
mates ot the house running Into the street
found the boy lying upon the ground bleeding
profusely, and unable to speak.. One of the
wounds was on the right side o? tho chest,
near the Bhoulder, the knife having passed In
and perforated the upper part of the right
lung. The other was on the left side of the
back, .a little above the hip. This was a very
large wound, and apparently extended into
the cavity of the stomach. ' The kind of knife
used 1B not known,, but lt is supposed to have
been a large dirk. Judging from the size of
the wound. Drs. Buist and Lebby were called
In, and did what they could to alleviate the
sufferings o? the poor boy. They said lhat
very Hule hope could be entertained ol his re?
covery. Magrath ran off, and had not been
arrested at a late hour last night. He is only
fifteen years old. Morrlseey bears an excel?
THS PHILADELPHIA. STEAMERS.-The steam?
ship Everman (extra) will sall full this morn?
ing, taking a good list of cotton for Nsw Eng?
land mills. The Gulf Stream arrived yester?
day, and ls appointed to sail on Saturday, at
eleven o'clock A. M., and affords cheap and
rapid transportation to Philadelphia, Provi?
dence, Boston, Fall Blver, and all the New
England cotton centres.
THE AUGUSTA FIRE PARADA.-The parade of
the Augusta Fire Department, appointed for
the 23d instant, which was to have been par?
ticipated in by the Vigilant Fire Company, ot
this city, wm not take place. At a meeting of
the Vigilants, held last evening, a letter from
Captain Foster, of the Gazelles, the company
which extended them the Invitation to be
present, was read, atatlng that the board of
flremastersof that city had decided to post
?T6 ??. Pa^6 QDUl the ""O'") Tuesday in
May, 1873. The reason of-this decision was
that several of the mvltad^compahies wouli
not be able to attend a parade at this time.
James Burke, drunk and disorderly, two
dollars. A. B. Halght, drunk and disorderly,
two dollars. George Bbode, drunk and tres?
passing, two dollars. H. T. Alexander, ap.
plied for lodgings, discharged. James Kelly,
disorderly, one dollar. M. Wallace, keeping
hogB on his premises, Ave dollars. Frederick
Herlson, drunk aad disorderly, dismissed.
William Fraser, drunk and disorderly, one
dollar or tea days. Phillp Conweld, drunk,
one dollar, held for examination. Wm. Hicks
and Benjamin Perry, drunk and fighting, dis?
missed. Frank GordoD, cutting Sbadrack
.Scolt in the head, ten dollars or thirty days..
A cow, found trespassing upon a farm in the
suburbs, was turned over to a trial Justice.
The court was opened at ten o'clock yester?
day. Seven grand Jurors being absent rules
of attachment were iBSued against them, and
the sheriff was ordered to summon other ju?
rors Irom the bystanders. The Juries were
then organized and sworn in as follows:
Joseph P. Howard, foreman; E. M. Pitray,
Wm. Gowan, W. H. Jenkins, Robert Wells. B.
A. Vesey, James Whipple, Edward Weathers,
A. A. Asplnall, BenJ. Hernandez, George N.
Little, W. G. Lawton, 8amnel Perronneau, C.
F. Burke, Phillp Blainey, Wm. Glover H. L.
Bentord, A. Marocbetll.
JURY NO. I.
James H. Bra wi ey, foreman; H. L. Burck
myer, James Stocker, Robert Brown, F. B.
Bonne?u. Paul Balley, J. Blake, G. H. Danlz-1
man, William E. Elliott, John Goings, 8. P.
Graham, Richard Gaillard.
JORY NO. ir.
N. Levin, Jr., foreman; J. A. Gaillard, E. W.
Riley, Henry HolmeB, W. S. J. Jennings, Alex?
ander Johnson, Joseph Lee, L*. Legare, P. B.
Morgan, Charles Osborne, James Patterson,
H. S. Plckenpack.
N. Perry. P. Green, Jr., W. C. Rivers, Law?
rence Barnfield, George Shrewsbury, A. Small,
Charles Ladson, A. Washington, Robt. Fields,
Robert Alston, Thomas Garlty, Thomas Barn- J
The grand Jury made the following find?
True bills: John Donnelly, grand larceny;
Mingo Goodwlne, Samuel Bates and John
Washington, burglary and larceny; Samuel
Middleton, burglary and larceny; William
Stuart, grand larceny; Frank Thomas, assault
and battery; Peter Daniels, grand larceny;
William Harrison and Joseph Burdow, burg?
lary and larceny.
No bills : ' Samuel Fraser, assault and bat?
tery ; Leah Washington, assault and battery, j
Edward Weathers, a grand Juror, having ab- j
seined himself, was sentenced to for.'elt two
I days' pay, and spend twelve hours In Jail.
The~agument tor the defence was heard In
the caso of Samuel Middleton, assault and
battery, after which the conrt adjourned until
ten o'clock this morning. '
The United 'States Court.
The court was opened at the usual hour
yesterday morning, when the Juries were or?
ganized and sworn In, as follows:
John S. Biggs, foreman; John S. Alston,
Charleston; J. M. Beteel, Oraogeburg; Jaoob
8. Beck, Salter's; I. S. K. Bennett, J. M. F.
Dereel', E. FL DeLeon, J. A. Enslow, Charles?
ton; J. W. Ehrhardt, Lexington; Aberdeen F.
Gregorle, John W. Gordon, Robert Gordon, A.
W. Getty, Simon Magwood. John W. Miller,
Timothy O'Brien, -F. P. Seignlous, William
Wright, W. G. WW Iden, Charleston; Asa Race,
PETIT JURY NO. I.
Henry F. Faber, foreman, Charleston; Carey
Atkin, Darlington; William Bott, Columbia;
Lawrence J. Broughton, Cheraw; Fortune
Burroughs, Kingtree; Theodore Cordes,
John Cudworth, Moulton Emory. Joseph Gray,
William Graham, Charleston; Wesley Dargan,
Darlington; William Henegan, Benneltavllle.
_ JOBY NO. IL
Samuel D. Stoney, foreman; W. B. H.
Hampton, Eugene Buchet, B. K. Kinloch,
John F. Knox, Arthur M. Mackey, Moses
Plnckney, J. F. Steinmeyer, Phillp Salters,
Charleston; James Major, Aiken; Wm. Scott,
Klngstree; Robert H. Miles, Orangeburg.
Wm. Webster, Camden ; John Wulburn,
I. S. K. Bennett was declared a bankrupt on
the petition of the Union Bank ol South Caro?
lins, and his case was referred to J. C. Carpen-1
William Bowe and John Willock, sailors of |
the brig Hayes, charged with disobedience to
the captain and neglect of duty, were lound
The grand Jury made the following findings:
True bills: A. E. Philippi, Illegal retailing
of liquor; 3. Q. A. Gaillard, same charge; John
Baker, selling liquor without paying special
No bills: D. W. Escridee, selling tobacco in
improper packages; J. H dawson, Illicit re?
tailing; John Sayas, selling tobacco In un?
stamped packages. D. W. Escrldge was dis?
charged from recognizance.
Supervisors of Klee tiona.
The following supervisors of elections were
appointed on the recommendation of S. T. Poi?
nter, general supervisor :
Democrats.--Dr. William Wright, Augustus
Wallace, John Moseley, John Franks, Laurens
Courthouse; John Copeland, Clinton; Robert
Hollingsworth, Cro.-s Hill; Jesse M. Young,
Martin's Depot; Henry Watkins, Hamilton's;
WUUaai WoOdB, Tumbling Shoals; Robert
Brooks. Brooke's; William Stewart, Lyon's;
Hugh P. Sharp, Young's Store; A. P. Thomp?
son, 8cufBetowo; Joel F. Smith, Brewerton;
Gabe Puruon, Mount Pleasant ;0. H. P. Fant.
Democrats.-James M. btaggen, Klngatree;
John A. Salters, Salters; E. J. Parker, Sultons;
Wm. 8. Camila, Anderson; B. M. Nesmlth,
Black Mingo; James Mc A rieben, I od I ant own
John E. 8cott, Cedar Swamp; Thos. R. Grier,
Muddy Creek; Julius P. Ganlfee, Gourdln's;
Dr. S. D. McByrd, Levy's Store.
Democrats.-Joseph M. Wilder, A. D. Backer,
Sumter; Robert Brown, Manchester; 0. M.
Crane, Statesburg; J. W. Young, Sanders's
Mill; John F. Ballard, Providence; Daniel Rey?
nolds, Spring Hill; John E. Muldrow, Bishop- j
ville; E. H. Holllman, Carter's Crossing; Moses
P. McLeod, Swimming Pens; B. F. wilson,
Corbet's 8tore; Hamilton Witherspoon, John?
ston's Store; Ezekiel Keel, Player's Cross
Roads; William J. McLeod, Lynchburg: J. A.
Mayes, Mayesville; W. J. Durant, 8t. Paul;
William Nettles, Privateer.
Democrats.-J.Thomas Austin. Austin; Wm.
iVesr, Bates: H. T. Stroud. Butler; A. Taylor,
Jhick Spring; Jesse Cleveland, Cleveland; C.
E>. Smith. Dunklin: Dr. D. C. Bennett, Fair?
view; T. J. Turner, Gaunt; J. B. Beed, Glassy
(fountain; H. A. Cauble, Greenville; 8. F.
Trowbridge, Grove; G. W. Holizclaw, High
and; John Stonsel, Oak Lawn; A. T. Reese,
deal's; C. J. Hill, Paris Mountain; H. E.
.Republicans.-Thomas Clark, Austin; J. H.
poleman Bate's; J. A. King, Butler; F. J.
Lowell, Chick Springs; J. E. Mulllnase. Cleve
and; Frank Davenport, Dunklin; John W.
jrault. Fairview; Manuel Rogers, Gaum ; Har?
ris Pitman, Glassy Mountain; James Trotter,
^nvllle: James Cox, Grove; Joel Farmer,
Fnrtii rvi iP* Sulllva?< ?ak Lawn;James D
Trial Juatlcea' Couria. 1
Henry Johnson, charged with beating his
wile was sentenced yesterday, by Trial Jus?
tice McBJnlay, to pay five dollars and costs, or
spend thirty days In jail.
Prince Jones, was sentenced by Trial Jus?
tice BollInB to pay one dollar and costs, or
?pend twenty days In Jail for committing an
issault and battery.
August us Edwards, for striking Henry Har
ison In the bead with an iron handspike, was
lound over for trial In the Criminal Court.
Robert W. Brown, the negro who cut Ellis
Men m :ue head with an axe, on last Satur
lay nigh -, was sent to Jail by Trial Justice ,
lackey, to await the result of the wound.
THE TOWN TALK.
What ls Said on the Streets About Hob
Tbe candidates for office whose names are
not found on the Hobson's Choice ticket, or
any other ticket, are virtuously indignant
that THE NEWS should have proposed a plan
of action the result of which may be that they
will hjWVleft out In the cold" on election day.
Tuffen J their friends are busily at work
suggesting reasons why THE NEWS should
have dared to propose a ticket whose only
merit is that lt is the best the people can get,
and can be elected. Among these reasons
they advance the following: That THE NEWS
was paid to put out the ticket; that it was a
bargain made weeks ago; that the ticket
grew out of "a pecuniary arrangement" with
Sheriff Mackey. These are fair specimens ef
the style of talk in which the would-be office?
On the other band the cool, sober-thinking
citizens are fast coming to the conclusion that
lt is wiser to elect a moderately good set of
men than to stay-at-home, or to cast their
votes for very estimable gentlemen who have
not the remotest prospect of winning. This
feeling grows stronger every day, and upon
The Hobson's Choice ls kept before the Con?
servative public. Here it ls again:
E. W. M. MACKEY.
For Clerk of Court.
For Probate Judge.
J. A. MUSHTNQTON.
For School Commissioner.
P. P. HEDGES.
For County Commissioners.
G. I. CUNNINGHAM, LOUIS DUN NEMAN,
WM. G. FIELDS.
W. N. TAFT.
For the General Assembly.
1. J. F. GREENE. 10. B. A. BOSEMON.
2. H. C. MINOTT. ll. C. J. ANDELL.
3. GEORGE CANNON. 12. STEPHEN BBOWN.
4. E. J. ADAMS. . 13. S. D. BUSSELL.
5. W. G. PI.NCKNEY. 14. J. L. WALKEE.
6. O. B, LETT. 15. R. B. ARTSON.
7. W. T. SPENCER. 16. C. F. NORTH.
8. JOHN E. CLYDE. 17. C. H. YANDERBOBST
9. TIMOTHY HURLEY. 18. J. A. WILLIAMS.
TBS PATHOS?, OE HUSBANDRY.
Organization of a State Orange-Lint
of Granges in South Carolina.
Tbe Patrons ot South Carolina assemble In
convention, at Columbia, at 2 P. M. to-day,
for the purpose of organizing tbe State
Grange of South Carolina. The rapid growth
of this order in South Carolina bas been as?
tonishing. On the first day of January, 1872,
only one subordinate grange existed in the
State; that grange was located in this city.
Tbe number of granges existing In South
Carolina to-day ls seventy-nine, aggregating
a membership ot more than one thousand fl ve
hundred persons, among whom are many ot
the most Influential and Intelligent citizens of
the State. The number of granges In the
United States ls over one thousand, with an
aggregate membership of two hundred thous?
The following is an almost complete Hst of
the granges In ibis Stale:
Ashley Grange, No. 1, Charleston-Dr. A. B.
Rose, master; Wm. Dfferhardt, secretary.
Mayesvllle Grange, No. 2, Mayesville-W. J.
Muldrow, master; B. F. Wilson, secretary.
Sumter Grange, No. 3, Sumtervllle-John A.
Richardson, master; A. White, secretary.
Cokesbury Grange, No. 4, CokeBbury-F. A.
Conner, master; Dr. W. Sims, secretary.
Due West Grange, No. 5, Due West-J. I.
Bonner, master; Dr. John A. Robinson, secre?
Louisville Grange, No. 6, Lowodesvllle-J.
M. Latiner, Sr., master; Wm. A. Giles; secre?
Calbouu Grange, No. 7, Calhoun's Mills
Jamea Mc Cas ian, master; J. L. Cov?n, secre?
Long Cane Grange, No. 8. Bradley's Mills
W. E. Bradley, master; J. E. Bradley, secre?
Greenwood Grange, No. 9, Greenwood-A.
M. Aiken, master; L. W. Jordan, secretary.
Ninety-Six Grange. No. 10, Ninety-Six-J.
W. Calhoun, master; G. M. Jordan, secretary.
Clalrmount Grange. No, ll, Stateburg-Jno.
B. Moore, master; H. J. Brownfield, secretary.
Mar's Bluff Grange, No. 12, Mar's Bluff-F.
M. Rogers, master; Walter Gregg, secretary.
Darlington Grange, No. 13, Darlington
Courthouse-E. R. Mciver, master; A. S.
Society Hill Grange. No. 14, Society Hill
W. H. Evans, master; John A. Wilson, secre?
Cheraw Grange, No. 16, Cheraw-James C.
Colt, master; S. G. Godfrey, secretary.
Baltimore Grange, No. 16, Marlon County
Johu G. Sellers, master; Willis Fore, secretary.
Manchester Grange, No. 17, Manchester
W. A. Ramsey, master; S. H. Ramsey, secre?
Little Rock Grange, No. 18, Marion County
-E. T. Stackhouse, master; J. Staokhouse,
Marlon Grange, No. 19, Marlon County-C.
0. Evans, master; J. B. White, secretary.
Centenary Grange, No. 20, Marlon County
J. B. Young, master; E. B. Smith, secretary.
Aiken Grange, No. 21, Benneltavllle, Marl?
boro' County-W. J. Cook, master; T. E. Dud?
Saluda Grange, No. 22, Abbeville County
W. T. Henderson, master; C. C. Law, secre?
Mil way Grange, No. 23, Chile's Cross Roads,
Abbeville County-J. W. Hearst, master; W.
E. Cothran, secretary.
Orange Grange. No. 24, Orangeborg-W. F.
Barloo, master; Mortimer Glover, secretary.
Wloyah Grange, No. 25, Georgetown-Ben.
Allison, master; R. E. Fraser, secretary. ? '""
Fort Motte Grange, No. 26, Fort Motte-A.
D. Goodwyn, master; C. T. Goodwyn, secre?
Pomarla Grange, No. 27, Pomarla-T. W.
Holloway, master; David Buber, secretar v.
Crooked Run Grange, No. 28, Fairfield
County-N. C. Robertson, master; J. L. Cau
Wlnnsboro' Grange, No. 29, WInnaboro'-T.
W. Woodward, master; J. C. Caldwell, secre?
Columbia Grange, No. 30, Columbia-Thoa.
Taylor, master; R. W. Gibbes, secretary.
Gooch Grange, No. 31-H. H Gooch, mas?
ter; John Brown, secretary.
Chester Grange, No. 32, Chester-Wm. A.
Walker, master; J. L. Wilson, secretary.
Sandy River Grange, No. 33, Chester Court?
house- W. Holmes Hardin, master; John H
Fishing Creek Grange, No. 34, Smith's Turn
out, Chester County-G. A. Slake, master; R
H. Crawlord, secretarv.
Rich Hill Grange, No. 35, Chester Court
house-John Blacksirom, master; 0. A. Wy
Rock Hill Grange, No. 36, Rock Hill-A. E
Hutchinson, master; A. H. White, secretary.
York Grange, No. 37, fork ville-E. M. Law,
master; A. F. McConnell, secretary.
Fort Mill Grange, No. 38, Fort Mill, York
3ounty-B. F. Powell, master; A. B. Springs,
Lancaster Grange, No. 39-W. A. Moore,
master; J. A Hasseltlne, secretary.
Lancaster Grange, No. 40, Lancaster Court?
Waxbaw Grange, No. 41, Cralgavllle, Lan?
Gooch Graoge, No. 42, Lancaster Court?
Wateree Grange, No. 43, Camden.
Liberty Hill Grange, No. 44, Liberty Hill,
Flat Rock Grange, No. 45, Flat Bock, Ker
Frog Level Grange, No. 46, Frog Level,
Cooper Swamp Grange, No. 47, Edlsto
township, Orangeburg County-Beni. Pooser,
master; 8. T. Izlar. secretary
Lidlantown Grange, No. 48, Indlantown,
Williamsburg County-James McCutchen,
mauler; W. D. Knox, secretary
Waxhaw's Grange, No. 49-j. H. W.Stevens,
naster; B. F. Massey, secretary.
Laurens Orange, No. 50, Laurens Court
house-Wm. Anderson, master; U. Y. Holmes,
Clinton Grange, No. 51, Clinton, Laurens
County-B. 8. Griffin, master; W. B. Bell, sec
TambUns Shoals Grange, No. 52. Tumbling
Shoals, Laurens County-W. D. Sullivan, mas?
ter; W. H. Maball'y, secretary.
Beth Eden Grange, No. 53, Newberry Court
bouse-H. H. Polk, master; John P. B.lnard,
Belmont Granee, No. 54, Newberry Court
house-L. E. Polk, master; H. D. Boozer,
Be8?S?ryStr?et Grange. No. 55, Silver Street,
Newberry County-J. B. Spearman, master;
W. R. Spearman, secretary. _
New Chappell Grange, No. 06, Newberry
C*urthouse-Frank Moon, master; M. J. Boya,
secretary. _ " _
Barnwell Grange. No. 57, Barnwell-Wm.
A. Martin, master; W. L. Care, secretary.
Allendale Grange. No. 68, Allendale, Barn?
well County-J. w. Ogilvie, master; J. B.
Stoney,secretary. . -j _ .
Buford's Bridge Granee, No. 69, Bamberg,
Barnwell County-G. W. Moye, master; L
Avre, secretary. - .
Spring Town Grange, No. 60, Bamberg,
Barnwell County-E. fi. Dowling, master; W.
B. Rice, secretary. _ ., _
Edgefleld Grange, No. 61, Edgefleld Court
bouse-Z. W. Carwlle, master; M. W. Abney,
secretary. " At
Meeline Street Grange, No. 62. Meeting
Btreet, Edgefleld Conoty-D. C. Tompkins,
master; Alvin Hart, secretary.
Hampton Grange, No. 63, Ridge Spring,
Edgefleld County-B. E. Nicholson, master;
John Kennerly, secretary.
Fork Grange, No. 64, Lexington County,
Columbia Postofflce-D. Nunnamaker, master;
J. L. Shuler, secretary. ", > ,
Plowden's Mill Grange, No. 65, Manning,
Clarendon County-A. J. Tindall, master; J.
N. Hodge, secretary.; " ' ,
Monticello Grange, No. 66, Monticello, Falr
fleld County-J. K. Davis, master; H. M. Zealy,
Spartanburg Grange. No. 67, Spartanbnrg
Courthouse-John HT Evins, master; O. H.
Tyger River Grange, No. 68, Spartanbnrg
Courthouse-8. C. Means, master; L. D. Mil
I t? r st? crtit&r v
Winlaton Grange, Nf. 69, WlUlaton, Barn?
well County, 8. C.-H. M. Thompson, master;
John B. Hair, secretary. ".
Greenville Grange, No. 70, Greenville Court?
house-Alex. McBee, master; W. A. McDaniel,
Anderson Grange, No. 71, Anderson Conrt
house-J. P. Seed, master; J. A. Hoyt, sec?
Abbeville Grange, No. 72, Abbeville Court
house-J. P. C. Dupree, meeter; T.' P. Quarles,
Watere?-Qranee, No. 73-William M. Shan?
non, master; John Kershaw, secretary.
Liberty Hill Greoge, No. 74-J. P. McDow,
master; W. K. Thompson, secretary.
Flat Rock Grange. No. 75-J. J. Tranthem,
master; J. 8. Gardner, secretary.
Frog Level Grange, No, 76-W. B. White,
masler; 8. J. Biller, secretary.
St George's Grange, No. 77, St. George's",
Colleton County-L. A. Harper, master ; T. H.
Cross Hill Grange, No. 78, Cross Hill. Lau?
rens County-W. A. FaHer, master; John 0.
Bobert Swamp Grange, No. 79, Graham's,
Barnwell Counry-J. T. Shoemaker, master;
T. B. Boyd, secretary.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-OCTOBER 8.
G. B. Larllgue, Blackville; E. E. Lee, St.
Stephen's, G. Q. Graham, Myerevtlle; B. D.
Low, Carnesvllle; D. Odom, Bonnean's; W. J.
Spiers, St. Stephen's; W. J. Ferr, J. 8. Tyer,
Augusta; D. B. QHlIsorxTSouthern Express Co.;
J. 8. Bauknlgbt, Walhalla; J. W. Moseley, J.
B. Byrd, Laurens; D. B. Miller, Jr., V. P. Clay?
ton, Columbia; D. B. Howell, Gadsden; James
I Seavorne, Oconee; T. P. Baker, Lowndesvllle;
' P. Mahoney, New York; M. S. Harris, B. D.
McClaws, South Carolina; H. C. Logan, Kings
tree; J. C. McCallman, Dove's Depot; F. M.
! Murchison, New York; E. T. Clemson, North
Carolina; W.W. Bawls, Bldgevllle; M. M. Kuan,
Graham's; L. G. Hay, Barnwell; L. L. Blee,
Graham's; M. S. Flynn, Jonesville; B. Greig,
Monet's Comer; S J. Walton, Northeastern
W. A. Jandln, wife, child and servant, Sa?
vannah; A. Hermann, Cincinnati; M. 0. Dowd,
Augusta; W. Norland, Blackville; G. M. Mlmms, j
Philadelphia; C. 0. Bernard and wife, Florida;
A. W. Alexander, Pendleton; A. 0. Fye, New
York; .T. R. Blunkett, Liverpool; H. B. Bunt?
ing, A. M. Martin, J. E. Martin, G. M. Blake?
South Carolina; J. Sharpless, C. E. D?kes,
Philadelphia; T. A. Dockroy, J. C. Bead, F. P.
Olmstead, C. W. Blew, Florida; W. E. Open?
er: aw, 8. A. Lucas, England; J. N. Cobb, Balti?
more; J. Barcelo, M. Fengo, D. Rion, Bull
FOR CONGRESS-GENERAL WILLIAM \
MESSRS. EDITORS-Please announce General
William Gurney as the Republican candidate
for Congress lrom this district. He will be
supported by the majority of the
THAT store next to Singer Sewing Machine
office to rent. Good stand for MUlnery busi?
ness or Dry Goods. Apply at Singer office.
CHILDREN'S HATS, a specialty at Plenge's,
No. 201 King street
GENTS, do you know where to get one of the
latest Btyle of Hats? At Plenge's, No. 201
MULES FOB SALE CHEAP.-Hogan's Stables,
No. 606 King street, bas Just received a fine
lot of prime working and plantation Moles,
for eale cheap. Planters are Invited to try the
LANGEL Y ls sui; making those flee Cotton
Shirts, with Irish linen fronts, for $2 60. Also
Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds of |
Ladles' Furnishing Goods, at very low prices.
Stitching ol all kinds done to order, at No.
161 King street. sepl2-lmo
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 275 King
street, beg leave to announce that they have
now completed their Stock, consisting ol
Dress Goods, silks, Cloths, Ribbons, Notions,
Flannels, Blankets, Shawls, Domestics, Car-1
pets, Upholstery, Shades, <kc, which will be |
sold at the lowest New York prices. oct4
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCHASING FOR |
CABH.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining the stock ol Dry
Goods, Beady-made Clothing, Notions, ?c., on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Bliads,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pl n c k a ey street.
The above are all made at his own iactory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac., from tbe
best manufacture rs. mch8-finwlyr
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI I-A royal game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Boom. __ apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR. aprl7-w
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.
C mStJBSCZJLL NXWB.
h????w-J?^K~.Per 8!e"?niiihlp South carolina-21
jfflg*?<g?M and 1639 bales upland cotton. 29
leSc^?rlce- 68 baJea domestics, 241 bbls rosin,
and 3:8 packages sundries..
Th? Cn arl? s ton Cotvon, lue? and An, val
OmOB CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
l? r ;TOKSDAYl^i<iito,Ootober8.?872. \
COTTON.-Tue market was quiel and dull early
la the day, after which factors hiving softened
their rates, a more, steady demand prevailed,
the transactions Indicating a decline of a mil "vc
ft m. Saks 800 bale?, i at 16,3 at ie, 10 at lex,
j 10 at lex. 54 at 17, 8 au nv. JOS at 1TJ?? 203 at
17X. 148 at 17X, 51 at 1TX, 134 at 17?, ?tatise.
We quote: - .
Ordinary to good ordinary.. .. ..I6)?@l7??
Low middling.i: ,?.'.'*
Strict middling.18 @
Bio?.-This grain wan in fair demand at un?
changed rates. Sales abont 300 tierces of clean
Carolina, say 10 tierce l at ex, 16 at ex, eo at
6X. M at BX. 42 at 7 , 60 at 7 L-16, 18 at 7 Vc We
quote common to fair tx o v@8 V ; good 7@ 7 vc
NATAL STORKS. - Th c r ; ce lp ; s\were about 105 bois
splilts turpentine, 348 bDls' rosin asd 114 bbls
crude turpentine. Salis of spirits turpentine
600 bb'.s ai 58C fl gallon. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $4 25 for virgin and yellow dip, and 1
$2 60 for hard.
FBHOBTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, Xd
I on uplands, nominal on sea islands; vis Mew j
York, X*X<* on uplandu, - on'sea Islands; by sall,
Xd on aolauda, on Bea Islands nominal.
To Barre ixe on uplands. Coastwise- to New
Torfe, by itoam Xo OD. uplands and - on sea
I islands; $2 V tierce on rice; coo fl bbl on rosin
by- salir-s. fi m.on .cotton:;-? ? Marco on
rice; soc fi barrel on rosin; $11@12 fl H on len -
oer; $12@12 6) fl U on Umber. To Boston, by
Bteim Xe OJ np la. da, ind $2 60 fl tierce oe rice;
by sall, - fl B on nplauds; rosin 70c; resawed
stuff $12012 60; timber $13@I3 60; phosphate $5
@6M. To Providence by .sun IK<*n ft Hop
boards, -3 fl & on oct MU; by steam Xe via New
York. To Pnllalelpnla, by steam Xe on uplatds;
fl 76 fl tierce on rice, soo fl bbl on IOBIU,
$1 on spirits. " Through bills" of ladjbg .given to
Boston, Providence and the New England cities ?
[ are regularly issued on this route, and dispatch
? guaranteed. By sall, ! s V HOD boards; $12on
timber,- per ton enclny.$8 co on phosphates. Tc
Baltimore, by steam -0 9 & by sall, $8@8 ?0 fi
Hon boards; - rn timber; $8 to fi ton at city, $4 !
04 60 fl ton up river 011 phosphate roce. V ousels
are m demand by our merchants to uko iutnboi
freights from Goorgeto wu, S.O.rBarien and S-itillB
River, da., and Jacksonville, Flo., to Ncr fi er L
ports, and $10.312 fl M are tue rates on lumber
BxoHAJtoi.-Sterling eo day bine 20v.
Donatio EXCHANGE.-The" banka purchase
J sight cheeta on New York at X@X Per cent, off,
\ and sell at par.
Market* by Telegrapn.
Noon.-CJD sols 92,f. Fives 89X?
PARIS, October 8.
Noon.-Bont?s 63f ?c.
Nsw YORK, October 8.
Noon.-Freights dell. Gold weaker at 12X<
Governments steady. State bonds quiet. Honey
Arm at 7.
Evening.-Freights dull. Money 4a6. Sterling
8X. Gold 18Xal8X> Governments firm and a
fraction better. States dall and nominal.
COTTO y MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, October 8.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet ana steady; up?
lands 9Xd, Orleans i?xd.
Later-Cotton more quiet; pales 16,000 bales;
speculation and export 4000; Orleans lor Decem?
ber 0 u-iad.
Evening-Cotton : los ed quiet: middling up
lands OXd, Orleans DXd. Yarns and fabrics at
I Manchester dull and ]ulet,bnt Arm.
Nsw YORK, October 8.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 853 bales middling
uplands 19 >;c.
Evening.-cottoa i teady; sates 2460 bales; up?
lands 19 vc, Orleans 19Xc; net recel pt H ?94; gross
4998. sales of cotton m tures to-day 18,760 bates,
as follows: October 18X, 18X: November 18 v
18X; December 18X; January I8X. 18 16-ie: Feb?
ruary 19X, 18X; March 19X, 20*; April 20X; May
BOSTON, October 8.
? O?ttoo QOlet; mid nings lBXc; gross receipts
899 biles; Biles 200; 1 COCK ?OOO.
PHILADELPHIA, October 8.
Cotton qnlet; midd Hogs io.V"i?Vc.
Cotton quiet and rreak; middlings lsxc; gross
receipts 100 bales; (xports coastwise 170; sales
430; last evening 298 stock i860.
NORFOLK, Octobber 8.
Cotton steady; lou middlings l7Xal8c; net re?
ceipts 1468 bales; exiorts coast wise io78: sales 400
I stock 8858. . j
WILMINGTON, October 8.
| b^03tton^flrm^mld.lltoga 18c; net' receipts 267
:; J SAVANNAH. October 8.
Cotton weak; good ordinary i7Xc; low mid
dungs 17X-; net receipts 40L bales; exports to
Great Britain 2808; sales 80; stock 3(197.
?_. AUGCSTA. October 8,
Cotton quiet and M eat: mtddlinga 17 Vc ; n _i re
I celpu 10J8 bales;salas 108?. I
MEMPiua. Oetober 8.
, Cotton in fair denand and active; middlings
j l8Vai8.vc; receipts I188 bales; shipments 1366;
I Stock 4996.
i MOBILE, October 8.
Cotton dull and tending down; middlings is Ve,
low middlings 18Xc: net receipts 13?3 bales; ex?
ports coastwise seo; ?ales 800; stock 8782
NEW ORLEANS, October 8.
Cotton in moderate demand at lOXo fer good
ordinary, 18vc for low middlings, 18X? for mid
dllnga; net receipts r?26 bales; gross 78a ; exports
to Great britain 1864; sales to-day 1000; last eve.
nlng 2600; stock 64,9 is.
GALVESTON, October 8.
Cotton qnlet and steady; good ordinary ie va
l6Xc: net receipts 1670 balea; salas 200; Block
PBO VISIONS AND PRO DUCK MARKETS.
LiVEBPooL, october 9.
Noon.-Breadstuff i quiet. Com and wheat de?
clined; red winter 12a io 12s ld; corn 30B.
"""" _, W NEW YOBS, October 8.
Noon-Flour unchanged. Wheat quiet and
Arm. Corn quiet and Bteady. Pork ateady. Lard
dall ; steam 8 vas v. Turpentine i6aeo.
Evening-Flour qiiet and unchanged. Whlskev
low. r at 9ix. Wheat a shade firmer. Oom rn
acilve. Rice la fair request Pork Omer at $14 62a
14 75. Lard more antivs and in goud export de?
mand. Naval storeu quiet.
_ BALTIMORE, October 8
Flour quiet and unchanged. Wheat dull and
S5S?5fSft Corn quiet, unchanged andecarce.
Oats Arm: Southern 43a46c. Provisions dull and
unonanged. Whiskey quiet at 93o.
-, . , CINCINNATI, October 8.
Flour steady. Oom dall aad une hanged. Pork
Arm at $13 76; stock light, and estimated at 2600
pols. Lard-sales or summer at 7Xc: Bteam or?
?n^ " 7Xc; keJUe 'reelJ offered U8e. Bacon in
Jobb.ng demand; sides at Ile; clear sides ll Va
11X0. Whiskey In fair demand and firm at 8?"
", j. .. ST. LOUTS, Octobers,
i. .?RKTERY. DNJ,; txebIe' e;ttTa aDd 'ower brands
ls salable at a decllae ofl0a20c; amall bnalness
Corn steady; No s mixed 36d86X at East st
?Dn l?ack' Wi'l?k?y not salable over 89a
89X. Pork quiet and unchanged at $n 75 on
%?SLf?22i deTaTa "?ht and holdera firm;
shoulders 8; clear rll> sides 12; clear sides 12K for
order lota. Lard quiet ai>d unchanged.
Wew York Naval Stores .Harket.
_ " _ . NEW YORK, October 7.
The Daily BaUetln says : Receipts to-day 351
bbls rosin. Splrltahavo been dun, but price' re?
main nominally Pbout tbe same. Offerings were
made at 64c. but wimont bnyers. Koala moder
5?2 ?ales 200 tDl8 common airalued at
$4 40, 800 bbls Btrained at $4 66,160 bbls No 2 at
14 70, and 200 bbls do at $4 80. Tar and pitch un?
New Yo ri* Cotton Marker.
-m.- TM ToB?' friday, p. M., Oct ober 4.
me Financial Chronicle Bays: The market the
past week his recovered Its tone and shown a de?
cided recovery in prices. This ls in part the re?
sult or me previous rapid decline, and in part also
or tue continued active demand which Das sprung
up here for consumption and export, but more
especially ls to be tittrlbuted to the Improvement
lu the Liverpool quotations, which have advanced
from 9vd last Fridny to 9Xd to-day, with Increas?
ed actlv.ty. As a result ol thesd causes our mar?
ket has, aa stated t.bove, assumed a Armer tone
for Bpot cotton, and for October and November
delivery, the improvement having b-en reizuiar
and continued eac a day since Tuesday, closing
to-day at Xe advance from yesterday for spot cot?
ton, bnd about ibu same improvement ror the
next two months. For the later months there has
been lesa doing and less strength developed; ibis
ls due to the fact that the prices have been ali
along higner for tliose moaihs. and now, as tbe
receipts continue liberal and the most critical
period of the crop has passed, and European con?
somption does not promue to equal last year, leas
oonAdence appears to be felt In future higher rates
than waa felt earlier In the season. The priesa for
futures last reported were (basis low middling)
18 11-I8C for Octoter, 18XC for November. 18XC
ror Decemoer, 19Xc for January, lOXoforFebro
ary, and 20xc for Itarch. The total sales of this
deacrlptlon for the week are 102,100 baief. For
Immediate delivery the total salea foot np for this
week 14,188 bales, lnclu :lng 8009 for export, 6889
for consumption, 61 for speculation, and 209 in
New York Rice Market.
-Ph-?., " N*w'Y?k*.'October'T*.'!
"Jii?paUy Bulletin says: Tnere was about the
IW ? Dn,,n?"fW*nsaoiea to-day In both foreign
V&JfSESS* ana P^"?4 were unchanged, ?ales
and 160 bags Rangoon at GXaVttc.
KPT?,TJ TrrD?-v.m WILMINGTON. October-7. I
T?R?BNTINS--5>aies of M8 casks at 68c
per gallon tor southern packages '? u
.ASS^^'WI^ S W for strained;
piS ' *6 60 f0r Ko "? ana *5 tor to*:
???H?WW8!^ ot "S bbls at $8-60
tor bard, and $6 60 for yellow dip and v?ralo
TAR-sales ot 135 bbls at $3 30 per bbl
8 aCS;-eT?bfl?eB ?f 8 ?ak'8 at 3'at 17*. and
Interior Cotton Markets.
Sales of cotton ?^6^?^^
.^JSS? ?sss* sa
5T ol ??S?BJK r"?adlly t4keD- "me market closed
hrmatHXc ror New York middlings. Receipts
to-day were 469 bales; shipments ?orales 279.
Receipt* per Railroad, October 8.
BOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
neo bales cotton, 89 bales goods, 270 bbls and
sacks nour, 18 CUM lumber, 2 cars stock. To Rail
?2a,d. Atte,lt> Mowry & ^n, A J Salinas, Geo W
williams ft co, W p Dowling. W W smith, Jas R
Pringle A Son. Peizer. Roagers * CO. Witte Bros,
Reeder A Davis, E a Frost i co, Murdaugh 4
Weetly, G H Walter & co, Tronholm A Son, Wm
Gurney. Wagoner A MonseeB, Caldwell A Son, H
bischoff A cu. Crawley .* Dehon. W U smith A co
Whllden A Jones, C N Hu Wt, W C Bee 4 co. Wlss
A co, Bollmann Brea, O Foll?n A Son, E S Mlles J
O Mallooee, W B Williams A Son, O Olaclns, W E
Ryan, Kinsman A Bowell, 0 A Graeser, Roach A
207 bales upland cotton, 4S bbls spirits turpen?
tine, 440 bbls rosin, oars lumber and wood, mdse,
Ac To E H Frost A co. W K Ryan, A J Sali?
nas, W O Bee A co, Howry A Son, G W Williams
A co, Thoa P Smith, Wbllden A Jones, Tren
holm A Son, Barden <fc Parker, Caldwell A Son, '
Peizer, Rodgers A co, OH Walter A co. Kinsman
A Howell, A s smltb, Ravmei A co, W O cou -1
neyAco. OF Levy, J D Kirkpatrick, Pringle A
Son. H Kiarie A ci. Reeder A Davis, E Welling,
Railroad Agent, Order, and otners.
Per BteamBhlD Ohamnlon, from New York
W A Baker, A W Eckel, J St-iber, Urs E Ticknor,
Misa Coffin, Mrs C W Bien, Mrs W H Lockwood, J
Rosmlnsky, W T Burge, F Mason, O Klug, Thosi
Early, P McQuaide HD Hanahahn. B Z Z id icu, A .
S Lawson, Matilda Hlrafleld, D R McGonlgal, Mrs
Pegg and daughter,. Mrs O H Peters, T M o?r, J B
Bee, S M Whitney, G Wheeler, Misa M Simmons, C
Hastings and wire, Mi's L Park, IIIBS F K Heder..
Mrs Burdell and child, Miss L Matter tb watt, Mi's C
O Webster, Mrs H sir j bing. Rachel Stein, Mrs Hi
Manville, W H Balley ami wire, Mrs s G Brown, O
G Kendall and wi e, Urs Davis and daughter, 0 F'
Hulbert and wife. Mrs J E Smltb, Mles bayes and
servant, Miss Lyon, Ann Dickson, Mr Street, Pat
Crlbbary, A Werthein, and nine deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from savannah via
Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Way Landlogs-W
Harrison, Miss Kirby, Capt Barc?le, t apt Rengo,
Capt Kios, s J Pregnall, and tight deck.
MARINE NEWS. "\
I CHARLESTON, 8. C....OCTOBER 9, 1672. |
?at 8* ueg 40 min 88 sec. | Lou Tffdeg 67 mm 27 seo..
Steamship Gnu Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
left -inst. Mdse. To W A Courtenay, s O Rail?
road co, N E Railroad co, Southern Express co,
J P Brown, SteflenB, Werner A Ducker, Hlecke A
Petermaun, L D M ii a pira A co, Dowle, Moise A
Davis, W M Biro A co, J Hees-mann A Bro, J A
Blake, F L O'Neill, J H V?llers, B Feldmann A co.!
Butcken A Wohltmann, P B Lalane A co, Walker,
Evans A Cogswell, Quackenbuan, Estin A co, w
L Webb, W H chatte A co, K Agzoan A Son, c F;
Pank.lin, Kinsman Bros, Bollmann Bros, Kressel
A Brandea, F u Des vern ey, O D Pranke, R Law-:
less, Kauapanx A Gonzalez, E F Benedict. J F1
Erwin, R H McDowell, R Thomllnson A co, John
Slattery, T Campoell, Jas Kiley, N Febrenbaoh, L
F Robertson, Mrs Maria, Wagener A Monaeea. J O
H Clansmen, Jeffords A co, J M Greer A bon, H W
Ellette, cameron, Barkley A co, P Walsh, Henry
Gerdts A co, O Olactus, P Wlaeman A co. John F
Taylor & co, J Graver A Bro, Chase A Cnttino, E
[ Daly, a W Meucner, steamer Pilot Boy, J t? Lopez,
D F Gleason, A Tieren'hal, E W Marshall A co, H
Klatte A co, Ellas Bros, O F Wletera, J M Hyer, A
Johnson, Johnston, crews A co, T M Bristoll A co
WTrates, Fogarile's BOOK House, Jas Cosgrove,
Holmes's Book House, Hart A co, Adams, Damon
A co, Moil, Webb A co, E D Andrews, Johnson A
Brown, J W Limey, L Chap?n, and others.
steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York
-left 6th mst. Mdse. To James Adger A co, s
A C Railroad co, s O Rjllroad co, N E Railroad
co, J E Adger A co. O D Abreos ft co, D A Ammo,
J Apple, Adams, Damon A co, Edwin Bites A co,
C Bart A co, T M BrlstoU * co, H Blaoboff A co,
W M Bird A co, E T Brown, J A Blake, B Boyd, T
A Beamish, Dr Haer, C Beruns^e, Jas Blackburn,
Bulcken A Wohltmann, T W B das, O H Bergmann,
Mrs M Burns, Miss M L Buckley, R ? Barokley, 0
A Caminan, carrington, Tilomas A co, Chapeau A
Hen* on, T M Cater, W H Charee A co, Cameron,
Barkley A co, L Chap?n, Charleston Hotel, Mrs J
s Coben, P L Oleapor, L Cohen A co, M H coll cs,
Cohen A Wells, Colbert, Tovey A Glen, Misa O.ear.
Crane, fcojlston A co, N Daly, J H Devereux, A W
Eokel A co, uowle, Moise A Davis, Ellas Bros, M
Jas T Erwin, Erwin & Mcaul, J A Endow A co, J
S Fairly A co, B Feldmann A co, (-ora?the, Mc?
comb A co, D F Fleming A co, D Fitzgibbon, 1L
Fd IK A co, A D Fleming, Furcbgott, Benedict A
co, J E Ford, Fog artie's Book Bouse, Mra Flotey,
Jos Goi hum, Mrs M Galloway, Cowlam Graveiey,
U Gerdts A co, 1) Goldstein A son, Jno Graver A
Bro, Gramann A Schwacke, T M Horsey A Bro, '
Hart A oo, N A Hunt. John Hurkamp A co, Miss
E Haas, W narrai, E M Grlmke, Jno Heesemnn A
bio, f K Houston, Huger A Ravenel, A H Hayden,
F S Holmes, Jaeger Bios, Jeffords A co, A Hiing,
E H Jackson, Johnston, crews A co. A Johnson,
Johnson A Brown, Kinsman A Bro, Klinck, Wtck
euberg A co, H Klatte A co, Knobeloch A Small,
H w Kriette, J Kapple. Laurey, Alexander A co,
P B Lalane A co, Locke A Groning, J H Lawton
A CO, S K Marshall A CO, P F Murray, Wm Mo
Kay. Martin A Mood, J G MUnor A oo, Mantoue A
c ),NV Matthleiaen, M Marka, E W Marshall A co,
McLoy A Rice, R A McDonald, R L Morillo, B K
Neut ville, R Muller, Com 0 S Norton, T S Nlpson,
B O'Neill, D O'Neill A Sons, J F O'Neil, J O'Neill, J
c ojeman, D Paul A co, c P Poppenbelm. Paul,
Welch A co, E Perry, steamer Pilot Boy, Phoenix
Iron Works, M Pollizer, A Palmer, C F Pankolo, H j
Pei kins, havenel A co, Quaokenbush, Estin A co,
Kavenel, Holmes A co, J R Read A co, L schnell,
Rieck A Petermann, G t Radcliff, Sell A Foster, E
B stoddard A co, Steffens, Werner.A Ducker, P
H Schuckman, G 0 Schmelzer, W Shepherd A co.
shackt-lford A Kelly. D H -?cox, A U Squler, Sun
day limes, Q Steiner, A Sumner. W Sieele, Jno F
Taylor A co. E Scott, H Stenotr. Walker, h vans A
Cogswell, Wageuer A MonBees, R Thomllnson A
co, otto F wietera, Wm Crferhardt, M most, P p
Toale, J Thomson, D Vogt, J H Villers, J Wiley A
co, P Wiceman A co, J S Terry, Mrs 8 watts, W
L Webb, W J Yates, S H Wilton A bro, S Yeadcn,
G W Williams A co, and others.
British bark Ada, Durkee, New York, - days.
Ballast. To B 0 Wilkins A ca
! British bark Lucy, Rowland, City Point, Va, -
days. Ballast. To Henry Card.
&chr F K Shaw, Watta, Philadelphia, - days.
Coal. To J A Blase.
Merchants' Line sehr Florence Roger--, Shep?
pard, irom New York-6 days. Mdse To Roach
dc Monett. Railroad Agents, and others, which
were previously reportod.
Sehr Ann s Deas, Garbattl, West Point Mill. 65
tierces rice. To ? F Hanckel.
steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, from Savannah,
Beaufort, Paclflc and Cblsolm's Landings. 12 bags
sea island cot ion and mdse. To Ravenel, Holmes
A co, W J Graham, W o Be* A co, D McPherson,
Hart A co, H Bl6Ctuff A co, W Harrison, Ravenel
A co, Sontnern Express co.
Boat rrom Rockville. 4 bags 6ea island cotton.
To W A Boyle.
received rrom Ghlsolm'a Mill. 43 tes rice. To
H Bischoff A co. . . .
Boat irom John's Island. 2 bags sea Island
colton. To Gaillard A Minuit.
A brig unknown.
IN THE OFFING.
Ship Nautilus, spencer, Liverpool.
British bark AnadeU, rrom Wilmington.
Steamship Soutn Carolina, Beckett. New York
Wagner, Huger * co, W A Courtenay.
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett, New York,
steamer Dictator. Coxetter, FalatKa via Jaca
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig J W Spencer, Thomas, rrom Greenport, L
I, October 6.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE, October 8.
Arrived, steamships MaDiiattau, Niagara, More?
head City and Zodiac. ". " ."1bM.
Arrived out, steamships Algeria, Philadelphia,
City of Montreal, strasbourg and Lelpjic.
Evening - An ived. steamship California.
Arrived out, ateamsnlp Algeria.
The sehr Ida Bella, Fisher, ror Georgeto;. n, S C,
cleared at New York 6th Inst.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GULDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBlng's Pile Hemedy
jueBlng's Via Fugsa
Dr. Horsiord's Acid Phosphates
Wilber's Cc dil vcr Oil and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meeting street.
J? O H "? I V-E-fli Fj6 O L . ogr
Toe Magnlnccot ' Clipper iron Bart J?fc
Tl KER, having H portion of her Cargo en-SHB.
gaged will have diapateh for ttff ?bore port
For Freight f^m^^^M^ .
oot8 Accommodation wharf.
rpHE PHILADELPHIA,; ,TRON: STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSBIPI
GULF STREAM, Captain Hanter,
VIRQLNU, Captain Hinckley,....
Are now regularly on the Line, ensuring a first
class sea connection between rhlladeiphla anti
Charleston, and In alliance with Rallro,au.' Com?a?
nles at both termini, afford r/pld transportation
to and from all pointsiu tue cotton States,-ana
to and from Cincinnati, st. eerala, Chic* go-ap G the
principal cities of the Northwest, Beeton, Provl
dence and the Eastern Manufactnrlng Oentree.
47*The OCi.F STREAM IB appointed, to tall
from Brown's Wharf on SATCBDA-Y. 12th October,
at ll o'clock A M. . . - TAVUU .?i-"
MT The VIRGINIA will.follow. ",.",. ...Vi
For particulars or Fr>lght arrangemeqta, apply
to WM. A: coUTOgjR AT, Union wrarna/
W. P.; CLYDE A- CO.',-General 'AgeaWWRTl
Sontn Delaware Aven ae, Philadelphia; '?< : oct? ?
FO'.B NEW J ?'O.kdfcVti: ?
:. n ; e-r-> -. ? ; ;?.-5,t6f/ba?.
NEW Y OR K. AND CH&HUt?>NftT
._ ??. -::iT I UUM
E ST A B L I BH ED l^gif&t^
The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship CHARLES
TON, James Berry, < ommander, will sall.fortrie
above port from Adger's south Wharf, ouTnTw
DAY, the 10' h Instant, at ll o'clock A. IL . .T*31
?V Through Bills or Lading given on wotto* tc
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towna. . > ; v- ? < ii sta ?. >.-; ;
JKST* Marine Insurance by this lino Xs per cent.
For Freight or Passage engagements>op|y to i
OCtT-4 JAMKti ADollR> C^ Aijw^., _
rjHE PHHADELPIILA LEON STEAJ?
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPa
EVERMAN, Captain Morgan, k
GULF STREAM, Captain Banter,
Are now regalar ly on tue mme, insuring aa?nv
ciaas sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Ona*
pan ie a at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from aU pointa in the ootton "
to and from Olnclnbati, St." Louis," i
the principal cities of the Northwest,
Providence and the Eastern Mawiiae tarina Oesy.
tres. " '... ' ,
avThe EVERMAN ls appointed- to BajLtrom
Frown's Wharf, on WEDNESDAY, eth.O?tober?
at io o'clock A. M. "?Ss?i/
av The GOLF STREAM wu ibnw.1 '"'d?nm
For particulars of Freight arrangemetta, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union W Harras.
W. P. CLYDE ? GO., General Agents, No: "u
Sooth Delaware Avenue PhuadelpiiiaJ . -
FO S L I V E R P O (FL ; ''--V
i . ..ti; i4'?.;
TO SAIL 17? INSTANT.
The Highest Class, Full-powered iron.
British Steamship TYNE QUBEM.-Wll-;
liam Caa son, Commander, about 2800 baie* ?
city, will me-t with prompt dispatch and sall aa
above. For freight engagements apply to . J.
J. A. EN s cow A CO., Agents,
cct7_No. Ul East Bay.
OE BAL TI M O' ttf #i
- . ... ...tiff**!.".'
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED r .7 OD -0 t?tt!
n LAD KL, pm A, BOOTOM,;^;-;;,1;'
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST/.
The Fine steamship SEA GULL, Dutton,
Commander, will sall for.Baltimore, on THTJHS
DAY, loth October, at lix o'clock A. M. j?t??;i
aar Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freigut or Passage apply to ..< >?? "> ? j
PAUL C. TRKNHOLM, Agent, ?
aots-5_ NO. a Union Wharves. ;
"yjT-EEKLT LINE TO "
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMLWEEB?Y TO J
BEAUFORT,'S. C. ?
PILOT BpY, ;JV
Captain W. T. McNelty, ,
wm leave Accommodation Wharf ? _?Jf??.
lavery MONDAY MoBNiso.at 8 o'clock,dBJfsBsBEk
f<r savannah, Beaufort, Hilton Head aud op*uuu
Wella Returning, will leave savannah every
TUESDAY MoBNINQ. '."
Will leave lor Beaufort, pacific and Cbisoim's
Landings every THOBSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock,
Keturnlog, will leave Bean Tort every FBIDAY
MORNING. . *V' J
Goods consigned to care of Agents witt he ?for?
warded free of storage or oommisslon. ' .' '
Freight received WBUNBSDAYS and SATUBDIYS
mnat oe prepaid to Way Landings. ~.i'<S
Freight received for pom? on Savannah RWjai
to be transferred to steamer CLYDE, wnlchlewei
savannah every TUESDAY MOBNTNG. , nW>
N B. After tne 16tn instant. 26 per cen t.. addi
tional will be charged on Freight toall' polnis;
except Savannahand Beaufort. ? ; | JJ : ..: -, :
octo-wa _No. 60 Bait Bay.
OR FLORI D- A,
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK. '
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamer ? .<Jt
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. "~T-t wmWmn
CITY POINT, captain George E. Mouiuan, win
leave Charleston every TDBBDAY and FBI DAY
EVBNDras, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE. PALATRA, AND
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER. -: . <
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PA LATEA FRI?
DAY MOBNINO. and SAVANNAH SUNDAY MOBSDIO,
arriving here SUNDAY APTBBNOON. "v,
CITY POINT WUI 1-AVe PAL ATE A MONDAY
MOBNINO and SAVANNAH' WBDNBBDAY MOBN
INO, arriving here WBDNBSD?Y ArraatOON. .
Osunectlon 1B made at Fernandina with Rail?
road for New Orleans and Havana, via Cedar
Ke?s:at Jacksonville with Steamer.STARLIGHT
lor Mellonvlile. Enterprise and Upper st. John's
River: at Tocoi with Railroad for St Angus
tine; and at Palatka with Steamers for the Ock
laAimlg?Uor Way Landings must be prepaid
?jSr Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, ap^iyw bl k oo ( .
Garner Vanderhorat's Wharf aud East Bay. .
oct8_-Z_ ? ? ?
rj| o WING1 TOWING!
The powerful Steam Tug RE PUB- _ .^ir^fc,
MC, MeilvlUe, commander, hasS?BBBSIHBH
been fitted ont most complete for If s i-a.Do.,tuxi
is prepared to Tow Vessels of any size In the
harbor to sea and the adjacent Phospnate Works
at St. Helena; als J to and from Charleston to Sa?
vannah upon the mos reas nable terms.
Arrangements may be made with Captain
MELVILLE on board, or at the Agenta' office.
ROACH A MOFFEiT, Agents.
49~N B.-She has wrecking Pumpa for assisting
vessel-) in distress and putting out Ores, Ac
rpHE BARNWELL SE S TINEL,
PUBLISHED AT BLACKVILLE, 8. C.
Was established in 1862, and as an Advertising
Medium la unsurpassed by any Country Wee fly
In the Stare. Now ls the time to Advertise,
For Terms, Aa, address E. A. BRONSON,