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MEETINGS THIS BAT.
AgriculturalEocletToTsouthCarolina, at 8
'charleston Land Company, at 7 P. M.
Washington Lodge, A. P. M., at 7 P. M.
Stonewall Lodge. E. P., at 7 P. M.
Catholic Institute, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION 8ALES THIS HAT.
B. M. Marshall 4 Brother will sell at ll
o'clock, near the Poetoffice, real estate.
J.'Drayton Ford will sell ut ll o'clock, near
the Postofflce, bank stock.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, dry goods and blankets.
Steffens, Werner & Daoker will Bell at 9
o'olock, at their store, butter, bacon, ?fee.
'?? THE WEATHER.
The range of the thermometer yesterday
at the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south Bide ot Broad street, was as fol?
lows : 8 A. M., 66; 10 A. M., 70; 12 M., 72; 2
P. M., 73; 4 P. M., 71; G P. M., 70; 8 P. M., 68.
-The Charleston Presbytery meeta to-day
at Beech Island.
-The forty-eighth annual convention of the
Synod of South Carolina meets to-day In Lex?
ington County. ; jj
-The ladies of the new German Church
give a ball at the FrenndBChaftsbund Hall thia
evening, to raise funds for their church.
_A negro named Fraser was arrested yes?
terday and committed to jail by Trial Justice
Levy on the charge of forging an order upon
General William Carney to the amount of one
hundred and forty dollars.
_A silver watch, lost by a Uolted States
soldier one cr two days ago, was turned over
to the detectives yesterday by a man, who said
that he had taken the watch to prevent the
soldier from losing lt.
-Ellis Allen, the negro who has been so
long clinging to life In spite of a cloven skull,
died at Inst yesterday afternoon. The coroner,
having been notified,vat once Impanelled o'
Jury ol inquest. The Jury adjourned lo meet
again this morning at ten o'clock.
THE MAZTCK STREET STABBING
' Willi JIU Morrisey, the boy who was stabbed
in Mazyck street on Tuesday afternoon, was in
so critical a condition yesterday that lt was :
deemed advisable to take bis deposition. The j
deposition was taken by Trial Justice Levy.
Morrisey was employed to. drive an Ice cream
cart lor Mrs. E. Turpin. He elates that Ma?
grath- and himself had had a fisticuff in the
yard at Ho. 20 Mazyck BI ret 1 early in the alter- j
noon. He obtained the better of the fight.'
Magrath, at the conclusion, cursed Morrisey;
and left the yard, saying that he would meet '
nun again. When the latter returned on his
cart In the evening, about Blx o'olock, Mor
rlsey drove' up to hts house. Magrath was
standing upon the pavement. He cursed Mor?
risey again, whereupon the latter got down
from his cart. As Morrisey went within reach,
Magrath made a. cut al him and ran. Morri?
sey pursued. Magrath being overtaken,
stabbed Morrisey in the manner already de-j
scribed in Tm NEWS. Trial Justice Levy com?
mitted Magrath to jail- to await the result of j
POLICE: POLICE: .
An audacious and remarkably successful
robbery was perpetrated at an early hour yes.
terday morning at the shoe store of Mr. Ed?
ward 8. Haly, No. 121 Meeting street. The store
was olosed at the usual hour on Tuesday eve?
ning, the large show windows being protect?
ed by an iron open-work guard, and one gas
jet being left burning as usual. The occu?
pants of the upper portion of the building
were up until after three o'clock In the morn?
ing, and np to tbae hoar no suspicions noise
was heard. : At about six o'olock, however, a
gentlemen passing by observed that the store
window had been broken in. ?* policeman
waa hunted op, and lt was lound that a large
pane of plate glass' had been broken to pieces,
apparently by repeated pokes with a stick
through the Iron railing, and that the burg?
lars bad then reached lu and helped them?
selves to the stock on exhibition In the win?
dow. The gooda stolen were of the finest
qualities, and the loss amounts to about fifty
dollars. The astonishing features of the occur?
rence are that a burglary which must have
occupied considerable time and caused no
small amount ol noise could have been com?
mitted Without attracting the attention ol the
police, and that the broken glass and the rifled
window should have remained unnoticed until
discovered long alter daylight by a casual passer
by. There have been frequent complainte of
the inefficiency ol the night police, and an oc?
currence of this kind certainly does not tend to
reassure the public mind. It ls reported that
there ?xi ats an Interval In every twenty-four
hours during which the city IB left without
any pretence of police protection-the night
force going off duty at au early heur in the
morning, and the day force not going on duty
until some time thereafter. This ls a matter
which would bear a little official Investiga?
HOTEL ABRITAIS-OCTOBER 9.
J. P. Gamble, Goordln's; J. Cunningham,
Baltimore; J. W. Hogan, Ringville; E. L. King
and wile, Florida; James Robinson, Robert
Tilklna, Robinson's Circus; G. F. McIntyre,
South Carolina; F. N. Walker, Cross Anchor;
J. J. Cross well, Southern Express Company;
S. E. Ingram, C. B. Harvin, Clarendon; J. B.
Godney, B. Hamilton, W. M. Tyson and ser?
vant, South Carolina; S. J. Walton, Northeast?
ern Ballrordj John McNamara, Savannah.
W. B. Lomax, Baltimore; J. B. Johnson and
wifes J. B. Panamore, Savannah; G. W.
Macker, Baltimore; P. Dzlalguskl, Florida;
D. C. Wilson, Beautort; L. Beysenburger, C.
Fusble, New York; S. M. Wniiney, G. King,
Augusta; E. H. Johnson, New York; Miss Sath
awaite, Mrs. Smith and child, Mrs. Lyon,
New Jersey; C G. Kendall and wife, Beaufort
P. Tallafero. John H. Livingston, Jackson?
ville; A. S. Lawson, D. B. McGorrlgal, C. F.
Hulbert and wife, New York; B. F. Brown',
Aiken; F. -H; B?ton, Cheraw; C. E. Dukes] I
Philadelphia. _ _ |
DEATH OF AN OLD CITIZEN.- Mr. James
Armstrong, Br-, who was well known to many
ol onr readero as an old resident of Charleston,
died at hie residence In this city yesterday af?
ternoon at the age of fifty-five years. Mr.
Armstrong was a native of County Derry, Ire?
land, but came to this city at the age of
twenty five, and has lived here ever elnce. Be?
fore the war he waa engaged in mercantile
pursuits; and he has since been a mall agent
on the South Carolina Ballroad. He was a
member of the Catholic Institute, and for over
a qaarter or a century he belonged to the Hi
.I6*; Bolh of "?ese societies are
nvtted to atteod the funeral services, which
take Place thia morning from Bi Mary's
Church In H?sel street.
Jacob Fr?lich and wife, Valentine Farlen
and Mrs. E. Farlen, disorderly and fighting;
two dollars each for the men; ihe women dis?
charged. John Thomas, drunk; two dollars
or twenty days. Charles Bentham, drunk
and assaulting a policeman; five dollars or
thirty days. William Durant, drunk; flfiy
cents. James White, disorderly; one dollar
or ten days. Joseph Smith, disorderly; two
dollars or twenty days. James Hayden, drunk;
one dollar or ten days. John E. Clawsen,
drunk; one dollar. William H. Fisher, drunk;
one dollar. John Magrath, the boy who
stabbed Morrison, on Tuesday atternoon, de?
livered himself up at the main Guardhouse,
j and was turned over to a trial Justice.
The grand Jury returned a true bill In the
case ot John Geddes, charged with assault.
A verdict of not guilty was rendered in the
case of Sam Middleton, charged with burglary
and larceny, whereupon the prisoner was dis?
John Donnelly was found guilty of grand
larceny, and recommended to mercy.
William Harrison and Joseph Burdow plead
I ed guilty ot burglary and larceny.
John Geddes was tried for an assault with
intent to ravish, but, the Jury having failed to
agree at the hour of adjournment, the judge
ordered them to render a sealed verdict.
United States Court.
la the Circuit Court, Peckersglll was, on
his own petition, made a party ot (he defence
In the case of the United States against John
Fraser & Co.
In the District Court, a nol. pros, was en-1
tered in the case of R. J. Donaldson and
I John McCullough, charged with perjury In
violating registration laws.
A. E. Philippi and 8. Q. A. Gaillard, charged
with illicit retailing ot liquor, were found not J
A nol. pros, was entered in the case of
William H. GUdersleeve charged with Belling |
tobacco contrary to law.
The-grand jury returned the following find?
True billa. : George Habenlcht, selling to-1
bacco not put up in proper packages; Rudolph [
Hopke, illicit retailing of liquor.
No bills : 8. N. Carro}!, selling tobacco not |
put up in proper packages; John Kressell,
same charge; Thom is L. Quackenbusb, same
chargef J. H. Thiele, same charge; Thomas
Thompson, same charge; John P. Sellers, il?
licit retailing of liquor.
John P. Sellers was discharged from recog- j
Supervisors of Elections.
The following supervisors of eleotlons were
appointed yesterday on the recommendation J
of S. T. Pointer, general supervisor:
PI CK E.N'S COCNTY.
Democrats.-A.. B. N. Folger, Plc kens vi lie;
John A. ariall, Salubrity; L. A. Edge, Gaines;
T. S. Roe, Easly; W. E. Welborne, Pickena
Courthouse; A. J. Anderson, Daciisvllle;-J. B.
Hester, Pumpklntown; Ephraim Gilstrap, Eas
' KERSHAW COUNTT.
Democrats.- John E. Witherspoon, John R.
Goodal, Camden; L. B. Stephenson, Flat j
Bock; Henry Pate, Scrock'a Mills; Wm. B.
Thompson. Bed Hill; Wm. Cato, Buffalo; E,
Parker, Cureton's; Murdock Bethune, Ll
genny's. ? S f 1 '
.: j CHESTERFIELD COONTT.
Democrats.-?. L. Plver, Old Store; E. T.
King. Mount Graham; N. F. Graham, Jeffer?
son; Boderick Shaw, Alligator; Nevin Smith.
Cole Hill; Frank Wilkes, Steer Pen; E. N.
Redjearn, Courthouse; W. Allen Benton,
Democrats.-P. H. Mesoervey, Delaware;
Robert Ftariburne, Jr., Ran to wi es; Edward
Flshburne, Ravenel; Ralph Elliott, Adam's
Run;M. E. Hutchinson. Summerville;P. M. C.
Earnesr, Rldgevllle; Leonidas A. Harper,
George's Station; Robert Campbell, Wai ter
boro'; Dr. Edward Blssell, Blue House ; A. C.
Andersoo, Asbopoo; W. 8. You, Eorsepen;
Frederick Jaiques, Maple Cove; Robert J.
Prentiss, Glov-irVllle; Dr..J. M. Warren,
Smoke's Cross Beads; Joseph Bell, Bell's Cross
Roads; Jonathan Trowell, Schneider's Cross |
Roads; Dr. John W. Colson, Fork; William L.
Republicans.-Z. M. Woolie, Orangebarg;
W. A. O'Caln, Jamison; J. G.Keltt, Lewlsvllle;
Jacob Carroll, Fort Motte: W. B. Wall,
Kogle's; J. A. Keller, Club-House; James L.
Bist. Washington Seminary; J. H. Wallace,
Bookhart's;Daniel Avinger, Avlnger's; J.H.
Felder, Griffins; T. E. Rickenbacker, Four
Holes; David L. Connor, Felder's; D. B.
Meyers, Branchville; Wm. L. Wolfe, Rowe's,
Pump; A. M. Izla, Cedar Grove; Jacob Cooner,
Easteriln'8; Nuthan Porter, Corvettsvllle; John
D. Knotts, Brown's; D. R. Shanahan, Gie a
ton's; J. A. Murnlchen, Bull Swamp; L. A.
Zelgler, Zeigler'a; J. G. Dupolnt, Elliott's.
Democrats.-J. Townes.RobersoD, Joel S.
Berrin, Abbeville; Edward F. Parker.Calhoun's
Mills; Francis A. Connor, Cokesbury; Oliver
McAdams, Centreville; John A. Devlin, Cedar
Springs; John C. Chiles, Chiles's Cross Roads:
Robert W. Haddon, Due West; Simon P. Boo?
zer, Greenwood; Robert E. Hill, Long Cane
Mills; G. B. Reid, Donaldsville; B. A. Jones,
Ninety-Six; Frank A. Wilson, Warrenton; John
A. Jones, St. Charlotte Church; John ti. Lig
gon, White Hall; Wm. A. Giles, Lowndesvlile.
Republican*.-Thomas A. Sullivan, Alexan?
der Bowie, Aboevllle; T. R. Millford, Due
Weat; Robert Donaldson, Centreville; James
Wharton, Cedar Springe; Thomas H. Wharton,
Bordeau;Newlin Mercer, Long Cane; William
H. Shire, Warrenton; Thomas M. Williamson,
Donaldsville; Henry Herd, Lowndesvllle;
Hannibal Wledman. Bradley's Mills; Alfred
Burton, CalhouuV; Ellas Tolbert, Chiles CroPB
Road*; Jacob Tuble, Ninety-six; James Spen?
cer, Greenwood; Mitchell Goggins, Cokes
bury; John H. Turner, Whlteha!
MORTUART REPORT FOR THE WEEK.
The following la the official return of deaths
! in the City of Charleston, for the week end
I lng October 6, 1672.
BLACKS OB COL?
H e m o r r lu ce
Want of Vitali?
LsTlub?^ "-total 22;and
Under l year ot age. 2
Between land 6 years or age.... i
Bet weer io and 20 years of age.... 2
Between 20 and 30 years of sge.... 1
Between 30 and 40years or age.... i
3etween 40 au d so years or age.... 1
Between so and 60 years or age.... i 8
Bet ween 60 nnd 70 years of age.... ..
Between 70 ?nd 80 years of sge....} ..
GEO. S. PXLzxB, M. D., city Registrar.
THE MARION'S NEW STEAMER.
Description or the H ac ut ne-The Trial
Tbe new steamer of the Marlon Fire Compa?
ny arrived In this city by the steamship Cham?
pion Tuesday night. Yesterday morning it
was taken np to the company's engine-house
In Cannon street. It ls a No. 4 engine, built
by the Clapp & Jones Manufacturing Compa?
ny, of Hudson, N. Y. It Blands upon a sub?
stantial lrame work of polished iron and steel,
which ls supported by lour vermllllon-colored
wheels. The front wheels are lour feet eight
inches, and the bind wheels five feet in
diameter. The boiler ls covered with a
casing of German silver. It is about
three feet in diameter, by four feet
high, and 1B of the kind known as the M.
R. Clapp patent. It ls guaranteed to raise
steam from cold water in from four to six min?
utes from tue time ot lighting the Are. It is
surmounted by a dome and a great deal of or?
namental work ID copper and other metals.
The boiler ls guaranteed to be of sufficient
strength to bear twice the pressure ever re?
quired In doing fire duty. Tho cylinder and
steam-chest are cased with German silver.
The former has a diameter of eight inches
with eight-Inch Btroke. The forcing pump ls
double acting, four inches and five-eighths In
diameter, with eight-inch stroke, and ls capa?
ble of throwing a Btream of ordinary size from
one hundred and seventy-five to two hundred
and iorty feet, according to the length of the
hose used. The pump ls surmounted by a
handsome globe-shaped air chamber made
of very highly polished German silver.
Above this air chamber ia an ornamental
lantern with four lights-one white, one
green, and two red. The red lights are en?
graved with a fox. On the green light
which ls the head one-is the motto of the
company : "We'll try." The wheels are gov?
erned by a brake," which ls worked from the
engineer's stand in the lue! pan. The engine
ls Intended to be moved either by band or
horse power, and ls furnished with ull the
necessary appliances for both. Between the
boiler and the air chamber ls a neat chair for
the driver. The weight of the engine, exclu?
sive of supplies, ls thirty-seven hundred
pounds. The name of the engine ls "Little
Anna," which ls painted on the back ot the
fuel pan. The cost of the engine, exclusive of
the freight from New York, ls forty-one hun?
The Marions will keep their house open un?
til next Saturday afternoon lo afford the pub?
lic an opportunity of Inspecting the engine.
At a meeting of the company, held last eve?
ning, lt was unanimously resolved to test the
merits of their steamer on next Saturday af?
ternoon. They also extended an invitation lo
the Steam Fire Department, the book and lad?
der companies, the chief of the Fire Department
and his assistants, and the clerk of the Board
of Flremaaters to assemble at their house, on
Cannon street, at two o'clock P. M. on lhat
day to act as an escort. The line ol march
will be down King to Hasel, through Hasel to
Meeting, down Meeting to Queen, thence to
East Bay and Broad, and finally through
Broad to a point west of Meeting street, where
the trial will take place.
THE REGATTA ASSOCIATION OE
Glowing Prospects-A Gala Week in
Contemplation-Movement! or the
A large meeting of the Regatta Association
of South Carolina was held at the Chamber of
Commerce rooms yesterday. Many of the
the most influential merchants ot Charleston
were present. Letters from prominent citi?
zens In various parts of the State, promising
their support, were read, as were also a large
number of letters ot application for member
ship. The roll of membership is already quite
large. The members of the association are
ieslrons of bringing about several rowing and
Facht races, as well as a parade of the Fire
Department and of the various rifle and sabre
:lubs, to take place next spring, simultane?
ously with tbe Sch?tzenfest. In other words,
:hey propose to get up a grand gala week.
The rowing clubs of thia city are making
preparations to purchase "shell" racers. One
club has already raised two hundred dollars
for that purpose.
A RURAL STARRING AFFAIR.
Alexander Gale, a negro boy about sixteen
years old, was seriously stabbed at the Ten
Mile Hill, on the South Carolina Railroad,
about twelve o'clock, yesterday, by a negro
man named Peter Davis. The affair arose out
of a dispute relative to a car whloh had been
thrown from the track. Both were employees
of the road. . Gale, in changing a switch, acci?
dentally put lt In the wrong position, and thus
caused the car to be thrown from tho track.
Davis waa also cut upon the forehead with a
razor. Both bled profusely. They came to
the city In the ai tern o on by the 4.30 train.
Davis went to his hom--, and Gale was sent to
the hospital. The latter ls wounded la the
centre of the breast. Just above tho pit of the
stomach. The knife was a large one, a::d
passed Into the cavity, perforating both lungs.
The .round ls pronounced to be an exceed?
ingly dangerous one.
AN ARTISTIC CAMPAIGN DOCUMENT_Hand?
somely executed cartes de visite of General
William Gurney, the candidate for Congress
from this district, have been published by
Bonder. The general makes a fine picture,
and many of the Conservative citizens are of
the opinion that he will make a very good
congressman. He la a merchant ol good stand?
ing, whose intereala are now completely Iden?
tified with the prosperity of Charleston, and
he enjoya the general respect ol the bualness
men of the city.
TOBACCO DEALERS' PROTECTIVE UNION.-A
meeting of the Tobacco Dealera' Protective
Union waa held last evenlug, at Llndstedt's
Hall, corner King and Calhoun Btreete. The
committee appointed at the previous meeting,
to collect money for defraying the expenses of
litigation, reported that one hundred and sixty
dealera had signed the conatltution, and paid
the fees of admission. An election for per?
manent officers waa held with the* following
result: B. Bollmann, president; CH. Ehr?
hardt, vice-president; H. H. Knee, secretary;
E. J. 8. Fischer, treasurer; Simons & Simons,
solicitors. The president and vice-president
were requested to call upon Mesara. Simona <fe
Simons thia morning, and inform them of their
election. A committee of five waa appointed
to draft a constitution.
A Combination Ticket.
The Orangeburg Ti mea proposes the follow?
ing Conservative county ticket, which has
upon lt several of the regular Republican can?
For Senator, Jae. F. Izlar; Judge of probate,
A. B. Knowlton; clerk of the court, George
Bo'-lver; sheriff. Harp?a Riggs; lower House of
^General Assembly, 3-K- Melllcamp, John
Dix, Felder MeyerB, A. C. Wallace. S. L. Dun?
can; county coumltsloners, F. W.Vost Alex
Brown John Robinson; school commissioner!
r. K. McKinlay.
Tho Charleston School Commissioner.
The Marlon Crescent offers this advice to the
?S a prominent colored Republican said lo _
speech Here, we think there are certain "pro
prletles to be observed la the selection of
officialB," and ia our opinion tbe school com?
missioner's office is one which should-at ail
events for Borne time to come-be filled by a
whiteman. There may not be any schools in the
"rural districts" which are attended and taught
by whites, but we reckon there must be, and
the same "propriety" which causes different
schools for each or the races, would, in our
oplolon, preclude the election of an official
whose duty requires a supervision over Iree
schools of all kinds, and who Is also invested
wiih visltorlal power over them. No! good
lrlends, take Bowen's white nominee.
FOR CONGRESS-GENERAL WILLIAM]
MESSRS. EDiTORS-Please announce General
William Gurney as the Republican candidate
for Congress from this district. He will be
supported by the majority of the
AUCTION OP REAL ESTATE.-A oholoe real?
dence in Legate street, and two small dwell?
ings in the upper wards, will be sold at auc
llon, tc-day, by Messrs. R. M. Marshall ?
Brother. See their advertisement.
GENTLEMEN'S Coats, Vests and Pants dyed,
scoured, cleaned and renewed st Otto Soan
tag's Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near
FtJEOHOOTT, BENEDICT k Co., No. 275 King
I street, beg leave to announce that they have
now completed their Stock, consisting ot
Dress Goods, Silks, Cloths, Ribbons, Notions,
Flannels, Blankets, Shawls, Domestics, Car?
pels, Upholstery, Shades, Ac, which will be
sold at the lowest New York prices. oct4
NOTICE TO MERCHANTS PURCHASING: FOB
CASH.-That they can save twenty per cent,
by calling and examining; the stock ol Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, Ac, on
consignment from Manufacturers, at the Auc?
tion and Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street.
LAXOELT IS still making those fine Colton
Shirts, with Trish linen fronts, for $2 50. 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
TROOPS OF AILMENTS VANQUISHED.-On ac?
count ot the promptness with which lt checks
the fevers generated by unhealthy exhala?
tions, Hosteller's Bitters ls considered an in?
dispensable famlfy medicine on the borders ol
our Southern and Western rivers, and in new
settlements where the plough and the axe are
for the first time disturbing the solitudes of
nature. Its reputation, however, ls not con?
fined to such localities. Wherever the ele?
ments of disease are rife lt is the surest safe?
guard of health; wherever sickness prevails, lt
la efficacious as a remedy. Among the seri?
ous diseases which lt ls guaranteed to control J
are Indigestion, biliousness, and all the minor |
aliments connected with derangements of the
stomach, the liver and the bowels-such as
heartburn, headache, flatulence, costiveness,
nausea, distaste lor food, languor and debility,
palpitation of the heart, trembling ol the
hands, noises in the ears, disordered vision,
disturbed sleep sad mental Inquietude. As
these physical and mental disturbances tend
to a general failure of all the powers ot the
system, they should be at once corrected-as
they always may be-bj a course of Hostet
ter's Stomach Bitters. oci8-tutha3t>* w
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
our customers with Croquet at $3 26. HAS KL
STREET BAZAAR. _apr27-stnth
CHROMOS.-To close ont the balance o? our
stock, will sell framed Cbromos from 40c. to
SI each. Hasel street Bazaar.
MARX TOUR CLOTHTNOI-Order your Stencil
Plates at the Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
NewB Room. octl4-th
LiVESPOOL-Per ship Nautilus- 2515 sacks salt,
to Order; 6 oasks chains, 2 baga nails, 4 casks
hardware, l case holloware. to U P Poppenbelra;
6 pkks earthenware, to Asbury A Young; 26 pkga
earthenware, to Wm L Webb; 8 cases and 1 cask
hardware, to Jaa E Adger A co; 1 case mdse, to
Gibbs A Barnwell.
PHILADELPHIA-per ateamahlp j w Bverman
43? balea upland cotton, 37 bal. a domestics and
Kooda. 80 iiercea-rice, 816 bbla naval stores, 82
hhds iron, 80 bbla liquor, 168 empty bbli, and
Tile Charleston Cotton, Klee and Maret
' Stores Market.
OFFICE CBAKLKBTON NEWS, )
" W1DNE80AT EVBNINO. October ?, 1872. J
COTTON.-The market opened wah an eaaler
reeling, when faotora having submitted to a de?
cline or ab. ut Ko fl ttt, a better demand prevail?
ed, with a more steady tone to prices; salea about
ltoo balee: l at lex, 87 at 17,31 at 17*. 30 at 17K.
213 ar. 17K, 164 at 17*, 373 a. 17X. 70 at 17X, 64 at
18c fi lb. We qoote :
ordinary to good ordinary.ionian u
Rios.-There waa a good demand at steady
rates, with a moderate steck on the market;
sa es abont 226 tierces or clean Carolina, say 26
tes at ex, 20 at ax, 97 at 7, 20 at 7X. io at 7xc |
ft lb We quote common to rair at fi^Ooji,
good 7@7Xc $ ft
NAVAL STOBIS.-The arrivals were ie bbla spirits
turpentine, and 449 bbls rosin. There were no
IranoactionB aneounced. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $4 26 for virgin and yellow dip, and
$2 60 for hard.
Fasioara-To Liverpool, ny steam direct, X<1
on uplands, nominal on Bea islaudB; via Nen
fork, X*XJ on uplands, -on sea Islands; by aall,
Xd ou uplands, on aaa islands nominal.
To iiavro ixe on uplands. Ooaatwlse-to New
i'ork, by steam \a on upland* and - on sea
Ulanda; $2 ft tierce on rice; eoe ft bbl on rosin
by sall -0 fi nt on cotton; - fl tierce OD
rice; 60c ft barrel on roam; $11@12 S M cu len. -
oer; $12@12 6} fi 11 on timbar. To Boston, by
steam Xe 01 upla.ds, and $2 60 ft tierce on rice;
by sail, - V ft on uplands; rosin 70o; reaawed
stun: $12912 60; timber $13(2613 60; phosphate $ 6
<36 to, To Providence, by aall |it@u ft Mon
hoards, -o ft ft 00 cotton ; by steam Xe via New
York. To Phllaielphla, by steam Xe on uplacds;
si 76 ft tierce on rice, eoe ft bbl on rosin,
Si on spirits. Through biUs of lading given to
Boston, Providence and the New England cities
are regularly Issued on this route, and dispatch
guaranteed. By aall, $3 fl M on boards; ?12 on
umber,- per ton euclay.$8 ?0 on phosphates. Tc
Baltimore, by steam -0 ft lb by aall, is@8 ?o \
ti on boards ; - on Umber; ll 10 ? ton at city, $4
@4 60 ft ton up nv jr on phosphate rock. Vessels
are In demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown, S.O., Danen and Satuia
River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $io$i2 ft M are the ratea on lnmber
ExcHANoa.-sterling 00 day bim 20X@:ox.
OOMSSTio EXCHANGE.-The banka puronase
sight cheeks on New Tork at X@X per cent, off,
and sell at par.
New York Rice Market..
Nsw YORK, October 8
1 hfi Dally Bulletin says: The market ls dull,
and Carolina has broken, closing weak and un?
settled at 8a8Xc. The sales are loo bags Rangoon
at ej.'a?c, and 60 casks Carolina at 6as\c,
Marketa >y Teletjrapn.
MONET MARKE TB.
LONDON, October 0.
Noon.-Consola 92X. Fives 89X.
FRANEPOBT, October 9.
NBW YORK, Oe: ober 9.
Koon -Frei J h ta Arr J. Hone; Arm at 7. Gold
veal: at i2xal2X- Governments Arm. State
bonds doll std steady. Exchange-long &V;
Evening.-Honer fact na ted: closing at 5a0.
Sterling 8a9. Gold 12.U2X. Governments closed
firm at 12ai2 v ? st au 'a duli and nominal.
LIVERPOOL, Octobor 9.
Noon.-Cotton dell; nplan Ja 9\a. Orleans io vd.
Later.-lotton dull; nplands OXaflX'L Orleans
lOXd; a^les 12,000 cal ss; ^-peculation and export
3 wo. Sales of ii pian is for November 9 vd, Or?
Evening.-Cotton closed dull; nplands OXaexd;
Nsw YOEE, Cctobei 9.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; middling ur-iands i9Xc,
Orleans 19j?c; sales )66 bales. Sales of fmnres
last evening leoo balts, as follows: october 18 V;
November 18 6 iBii8 ; December 18 7-16; Jan?
uary 18 1316c; Febuarv 19 ?l?jiavc; Mai cn
19J? al9 1616c.
livening.-Cotton iteady; salea 1854 bales; np?
lands J9>?c, Or eans IBV'C; net receipts 72; gross
1405. i-niea of rutare i to-day 16,700 bales. &?> for*
lows: October isveisvc; Nnverabtr, 18l-i6g
18 6 16; December, i s 6-i?ats;;; Jannary. i8,Va
WA; February. 19 8 lflalQX; March, 19XalO1510;
. . . BO-TOM, October o.
Cotton easier; midd inga ?oxaWXc; net receipts
76 bales; gross 663; HE le- 350; stock 40,000.
.. - PnixADBLrHiA, october 9.
Cotton quiet; midd logH ie,V'al9VC
BALTIMOBB, October 7.
Colton' qnlet; middlings lsxc; gross re?
ceipts 260 bales; exports coastwise 146; sales 606?
last evening 20B; s toe : 1606.
Cotton duU : low middling 18c; net re?
ceipts 1327 bales; exports coastwise 2828; salea
20J; stock 6762.
WILMINGTON, October 9.
Cotton Arm; middlings njfc: net receipts 427
bales; exports coa&twlse 210; sales 29 bales; steck
SAVANNAH, October 9.
Cotton qnlet and in limited demand; good ordi?
nary l7Xc, low mldiUlngs:nXc, middlings 17Xc;
net receipts 2618 bales; exports coastwise 1216;
sales BOO; stock 33,106.
Cotton In good demand; middlings 17Jic; net
receipts 1071 bales; eales 1004.
MEMPHIS, October 9.
Cotton quiet; middlings i8X*18Xc; receipts
1110 bales; shipment (?8; stock 6447.
MOBILE, October 9.
Cotton dall and nominal ; middlings l8X%a
19sc, low middling! l7Xa!8c; net receipts6,8
bales; exports to Great britain 606; coastwise
1652; sales loo; stock 1*243.
NEW ORLEANS, October 9.
Cotton In mod?r?t B demand and lower; mid?
dlings 18J?C, good ordinary nxc, low middlings
18Xe; net receipts 1829 bales; grois 2933; sales
soo; but evening 600; stock 67,871.
I GALVESTON. Oct. ber 9.
Colton quiet and s:eady; good ordinary luva
le.vc; net receipts 1118 bales; sales 760; stock
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, October 9.
Noon.-Breadstuff* opened qoiec.
Evening.-Turpentine 42s 10 43s,
NEW YOBK, October 9.
Noon.-Floor unchanged. Whtat very firm.
Oom shade Armer. Pork Arm at $14 6oai4 66.
Lard steady; steam iXaSl-l?c. Spirits turpen?
tine dull at 62}?a68c. Resin qnlet at $6 60 for
fcvenlug.-Flour qnlet and unchanged. Whiskey
Aimer at 02/, which holders are inclined to
realize. Oom a shade Armer. .Rice quiet. Pork
shade easier. Lard steady. Turpentine dad.
WILMINGTON, October 9.
Sr irles turpentine firm at 67c Rosin Arm at
$4 26 for low No 1, $4 60 for good No 1, $4 06 for
No 2, $4 for low No 2; erode turpentine, no quota?
tions; market unsettled. Tsr steady at $3 bu
CINCINNATI, october 0.
Flour dall and declining at $7 40a7 67. Corn
dull and unchanged at 43c. Pork Arm at $13 76.
Lard Arm: summer 7Xc; steam 7%; kettle8c. Ba?
con sides strong; clear no sides 11,vc; clear sides
lirais; shoulders quiet ac 7Xa7X. Whiskey
weak at 88c
Sr. LOUIS, October 9.
Whiskey dnll and round lota not, salable at
ahont 880. Perk Arm ac $14 76. Bacon stiff;
ahoniJirn sc; clear rib sides 12; clear sides 12 X<
[ Lard qnlet. once:e sc.
LOUISVILLE. October 9.
Tobacco Arm, with a small bosinei-s doing and
prices nnchang?e. Floor la fair demand; extra
fatuity $6 60a7. Corn in fair demand at 48afi0c
ou arrival. Pork steady at $18 76. bacon in fair
demand on orders and Arm; shoulders 9 vc; clear
sides 11.Val2 for round lotspsoked. Lard Arm;
prime leaf tierce 9vc; kegs ll; orders .vc higher.
Tn? British. Cotton Goods Marker.
MANCHESTER. September 21.
In all departments bcuUess nae been extn mely
Oat for tbe who e wees, a diaposliiuii to purchase
j having only bown itself after prices had under?
gone a pretty general r?duction from the rates
asked even on Tuesday. Tnere had been an ap?
prehension cf a further change In the rate of dis?
count alter the rise on wednesday, and when
Thuisday passrd over without the anticipation
being fulfilled, th?re was a reaction towards hope?
fulness. The production has decidedly exceeded
i he retail operations or thc week, aod there is a
consequent accumulation of stocks whlcn had
begun co be embarrassing.
The accounts from the Ease are. stilt very dis?
couraging. Ba era are very reluctant to enlarge
their engagements, and sellers are aimoht equally
i so at present prices, a few considerable sales Hav?
ing already Imparted acme relief, and inclining
both spinners and manufacturers 10 pause agnln
tattier than make the further concessions whlcn
are required lu order to effect raies, snlrilugs
are 1 KU per piece lower theo on Tuesday. Print?
ing cloths and other goods are also easier. Yarns
for export have declined abo Jt vd per lb since
the beginning of the week, and home trade yarns
Ha to *d.
The market remains without any symptoms of
; real imptovement. Tho further reports of recepliB
of cotton and the unratlsfactory accounts of for
I eign markets have aff?cced the. inquiry to-day,
1 and ander these circumstances sates om hardly
j be made, oven at a redaction from the low quota
! tiona of last Friday.
The British Iron and Coal market.
BIBMTNGHAM, September 21.
HARDWARE.-The subsidence of extreme prices
In tue metal market bas co some extent relieved
many local makers, and while there ls a quieter
demand reported by factois and merchant-,
there ls a fair employment in the leariug
branches of local manufacture Letters from
buyers In the Dulled States, Canada aod Aus?
tralia contato assurance of a steady demand
being assured foi some montos, and there ls no
prospect of a oullapse in the shipping trade for a
long time, urea: activity prevails la the brass
foundry aod gaa-fltti,ig trades, but considerable
uneasiness ls leic by the threatened strike of the
work men for SB advance ot 16 per cent. One or
two arms have g run1 jd the demand, but the rest
hold out firmly against any concession. Sheets,
tubes and wire are lower with the recent r?duc?
tion of copper. Yellow metal ls quoted three
larihings perponnd lower. There have beea one
or two failures in the jewelry trade, the causes of
which have ncc, however, been recent.
NORTH OP ENGLAND, september 21.
Though reports coming in from other districts
have indicated a downward tendency la the
rates of iroa and signs of reaction, there does
not as yet appear any similar indication in the
pig iron marset at Mlddlesbnrough, and but
slight appearance of any such feeling are observ?
able in the finished iron trade of Cleveland
auii the North of England, in coal and coke
there ls a certain amount or depression stated bv
ihe colliery owners to exist, and on this ground
tney yesterday refused . the advance of 16 per
cent, asked by the Oorbam miners. Whether
I the men will accept this explanation remains to
I bi seen. Thero has certainly been less pressure
for any class of coal of late.
New York Naval stores Market.
NEW YORE, October 8.
I The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to day 37
! barrels spirits turpentine. Spirits have lulcd
qa et to-day, and prices a trlAo easier, sales 60
; bois at 63vc, and 60 bbls at 64c. Rosin ls also
quiet, and scarcely so arm, though not qn ?ably
i lower. Sales 600 bbls at $450 less brokerage, 26 J
tibia at $466, and 60 bblB at $4 80. In tar wo no?
tice sales of loo nbis Washington at $4. Pitch ia
I fair jobbing demaadand steady at $4 60 for prime
WILMINGTON, October 7.
SPIRITS TORPENTINT.-Sales of iou casks at 67c
per gallon for Southern package*!.
ROSIN.-Sues of 621 Dbls at $3 9oa4 for strained
and No 2, $& for low pale, $6 60 for pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales or 666 bbls at $3 50
for nard and $6 60 mr yellow dip and virgin.
TAR.-sales of 99 bbls at $3 au per bbl.
COTTON.-Sales of l bale at 17,10 at 17X, 3 at
ITV, 48at ITx, 83 at 18, and 2 at is vc perib.
Interior Cotton markets.
COLUMBIA, October 8.
Sales of colton to-day 84 bales; midd lings nv
OK AN EG BU HO, October 8.
The market ls Improving, pnces advancing ,v
to xe per ponnd, mid lungs closing at 17c.
WIKNSBOBO', October 8.
For the past week ??16 bales or cotton have been
so d In this market.
MACON, October 7.
Business was lighter to-day t han it has been for
several previous days. Re ct i pis were lighter,
while a very small amount was turned out. The
market opened Arm at 17c. bot weakened and
closed easier, though perhaps not quotably ljwer
R'ceipts to-day weru 408 bales; sblpixehts 44;
COLUMBUS, October 7.
Market qnlet; low middlings 17al7Xc; middlings
17 Vc; sales 85 bales; receipts 318; shipments 108;
HONTGOMERT. october 8.
Cotton steady; good ordinary 17 vc; strict good
ordinary i7,V'c; low middling IT vc; middling
Raceipu by Railroad, October 9.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1128 balea cotton, 200 bbls flour. 89 bblS-WH
turpentine. 199 bbla rosto, 8 cara stuck. To iiau
road Agent, G ii Walter A co, W O Bee * co. Kins?
man A ?oweil. A J salinas, Peizer, todgers A co,
sloan A selgaious, Beeder A Davis, W P Dowling,
crawley A Uebon, T P smith. G W Williams A co,
W K Byan, Pringle A Sou. Mowry A 8on, L D De
Saussure. Caldwell A Son, W O Courtenay A co,
A S smitn, wtt,ie Bros, E H Frost A co, steffen*,
Werner A Ducker, WIBS A co. Barden * Parker,
Widden A Jooep, Roacn A Moffatt, W B Williams
A Son. Murd aug n A Weekley,'E H Jackson, P O
Trenholm, Wakener A Mon-ees, C N Hubert A co,
Lanley. Alexand-r A co, B Bul winkle, O Ltlien
thal A co, A B Mulligan.
?61 bales upland cotton, 1 bag sea Island cotton,
36 bbla spirits turpentine, 166 bbla rosin, cars
lumber, tobacco, railroad Bpikes, bare, nuke Ac.
To G W WUllama A co, w H Ryan, Reeder A
Davie. A J salinas, G II Walter A co, Caldwell A
MOD, T P smith, A S smith, u F Levy, WO Bee A
co, Pringle A Son, Bardin A Parker. Trenholm A
Sun, Peizer, Rodgers A co, Murdaogh A Weekley,
Whliden A Jones, Kinsman .A Bowe UH Klatte
A .Co. Bavenel A co. E H Frost A co, K Willis, A
-B Mulligan, E-Welting/J D Kirkpatrick, Mowry A
Hi.n, Gaillard A Mlnott, F W Peiper, bason Bros,
W O courtenay A co, F O Mey, J O Mallonee, Rail?
road Agen', Order and others.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
6* bales upland cotton, 6 baga sea island cot?
ton, 69 bbls rosin, cars of lum uer, wood, rough
ric *, live stock ead mdse. To Peizer, Rodgers A
co, W P Dowling, R Mure A co, Fraser A Dill,
witte Bros, crawley A Dehoo. Bavenel A co. B S
Rhett, j c H oiautsen, H Klatte A co, Mm dangs
A Wtekloy, Mowry 4 Son, W Gurney, C1 Prentiss,
Sloan A selgnious, W M Bird A cn, Jas'Oosgrove,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.'.OCTOBER 10, 1872.
Ut sjt deg 46 into 83 eec. | Lon 79 deg 67 mm 27 sec
Ship Nautiles, Spencer, Liverpool, - days. As?
sorted cargo. To E Willis, Asbary A Young. W L
Webb. J E Adger A co, C P Poppenhetm, Gibba A
Barnwell, ant Order.
British bark Anadell, Key, Wilmington, NC, -
days. Ballast. To R Mure A co.
Brig R 8 Hat-sell, Hodsdon, Belfast, Me-10days,
Molasses and hay. To J A Enalow A co.
?ehr charlea F Heyer, Poland, B ston-8 days.
Ballast. To Coben A Wt l's.
Sehr Chu rles, Whitehurst, Georgetown, S 0. 2O0O
bushels rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Jchr Ann s Deas. Garbattt, west Point Min. 260
tierces rico. To E N Thurston, O F Hanckel, Jos
Cohen, and Kinsman A Howell.
Sloop Ellen,-. Cooper River. 900 bushels of'
rough rice. W C Bee A co.
Boat from James Island. 3 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser A Dill.
Received irom Ohlso'.m's Mills. 28 tea rice. To
L D DeSaussure.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 130 tierces rice
To W O Bee A co, GU Ingrabam A Son.
Steamship J W Kvcrman, Morgan, Philadel?
phia-W A Courtenay.
Steamship J W Everman, Morgan, Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT,
steamship Albemarle, Walker, at New Kork,
Oe ober 6.
steamship Mercedlta, Marshman, at Boston,
CP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Lilly, Hus;net, at New York, October 7.
CLEARED FOR:THIS PORT?
Sehr S V W Willlama, Willama, at Philadelphia,
Sehr E A Hooper, Hooper, at Philadelphia, etta
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Argentine bark Enrique, Orcutt, at New York,
British bark Livingstone, McMnllan, from Bel?
fast, september 21.
Britith sehr Sparkling Wave, Hocken, from Rio
de Janeiro, September e.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORE, October 9.
Arrived, s team si. ip s Russia, Ariadne, Regulator
Arrived out, the Denmark and Holland.
NOTICE.-The British ship Jolla, which arrived
on Saturday, ls consigned to Master.
(Signed) s. BAKER. Master.
GLASGOW, September 23.
The steamship Nada, from New York, which ar.
rived at Dublin 16th lnat, reporte: sept 8 lat ii 22
N, lon 68 16 W, passed the ahlp Calhoun, of New
York, a total wreck above the deck, haviig a
strong list to port, and abandoned by her ere?-.
A Norwegian bark hove to close by, with a bout in
the water, had the appearauce or having boarded
tbe derelict vessel.
RBMABKABLE SAILING_The brig Champion?
Fanning, arrived at Boston October 4 rrom Mala?
ga, utters passage or only 24 cays, bringing the
drat cargo nf new frnit to that port. For five years
in succession capt Fanning has brought thenrat
cargo to Boston, the longe?t passage being . 39
days, and the present one the shortest. "
The sehr Martha, smith, for Backs ville, s 0,
cleared at Bangor October 4,
'titatjs ot ?^olesoleT
THE GREAT NATIONAL PARK IN
ne Yosemite Valley, when finished and
fenced in (I) will be the grandest pleasure-ground
in the world. If lt had a fine medicinal spring,
like the German Seltzer lt woold be perfect. Yet
this ls no importance, for who goes anywhere in
summer without being provided with
Tarrant*! BUTarweseent Seltzer Aperleaf,
which ia identical In its components and ita ef?
fects with the famous Prussian Spa. Ic takes but
an instant to evolve from this preparation the
most delightful and admirable rf a'l medicinal
draughts. As a eura for b lleusness, rlienmaitam,
Indigestion, constipation, nervousness, Ac, and
as s renovator or the system, ic stands alone.
Sold by all druggists._cctio 12
Thin unrivalled Medicine ls warranted not to
i contain a single particle of Meroury, or any in
, jnrlous mineral substance, butts
For forty years lt has proved Its great value In
ali diseases of the Liver, Bowels and Kidneys.
Thousands or che good and great In all parts ol
the country vouch tor its wonderful and peculiar
power lu purifying the Blood, cumulating the
Ii rpid Liver and Bowels, and Imparting new lire
and vigor to the whole system. SIMMOVS'a
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
Tonie, an unexceptionable Alterative and a cer?
tain Corrective of all Impurities or the body.
Such signal success has attended its use that lt ls
now regarded as the
GREAT UNFAILING SPECIFIC
for Liver Complaint and the painful offspring
thereof, to wit: Dy-pepala, Constipation, Jaun?
dice, Bilious attacks, Sick Headache, colic. De?
pression of Spirits, Sour Stomach, Heart Barn,
Regulate the Liver and prevent
CHILLS AND FEVER.
SIMMONS'S LIVER REGULATOR
Ia manufactured only by.
J. H ZEILINA CO.,
Macon, Ga., and Philadelphia.
PRICE-$t per package; Bent by mall postage
paid, $1 2& Prepared ready for use In bottles,
For sale by P. WISEMAN A CO.
AND BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
49" Beware of all counterfeits and imita?
tions. ang8-t h ?- tn na wa m ow
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeULng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng'd Via Fugas
Dr. Hors lord's Acid Phosphates
Wliber's Oodllver Oil and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. BAER,
No, 131 Meeting street.
The Magnlficeut dipper Iron Batt JZ*
TIBER, hav.ng a portion of her Cargo en-Stt
gaged will have dispatch lor the above, port.
For Freight Engagements, apply to
jp O E BALTIMORE,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LAD LNG ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton,
CommanJer, will sail for BaltJmore,-on THtns?
aw Philadelphia Freights forwarded to thu?
city by' railroad from Baltimore wUlloot addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees aw_ aaowed
ample Gime to sample and sell their Goods DOSI
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
FOt ^h%r^B^M, Agent,
oc?6-5 .NO. a Union Wharves.,
J1 O B NEW T OR K.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The Splendid Sldewbeel scamanip CHARLES
TO.N, James Berry, ? ommander, win salt for tim
above port from Adger'a South Wharf, on THUM-,
BAY, the IO h instant, at ll o'clock A. M.
kW Through Bills of Lading given on cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the Hew Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
S9* Marine Insurance by this line X per cent.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to
ec.T-4 JAMES ADGBR * 00~ Agenta.
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Banter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley, :
Are now regularly on the Line, ensuring ' a fl - at
clas9 sea connection between PMladalphia and
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad Compa?
nies at both termini, afford r jpld transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States,i??
to and from cincinnati, St. boula, Chicago and the
principal .cities of the Northwest, Boston. Provi?
der ce and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres. ,
?.The GULF STREAM ls appointed" to Sail
from Brown's Wharf on SATUKDAT, 12th October,
at ll o'clock A- M. .. 1 "
SW The VIRGINIA Will foUOW. ?
For particulars cf FrMght arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY. Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. U
South Delaware A veone, Phuadelphls^ -. ojctfr-,;
pHANGE OF SATLING D?YB? .^ 1
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO ^
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN. ,.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.. , .i, I
Steamers of the above line leave Pin- < fra*
No. 42, North River, toot of Canal street, ZABHBS*
New York, at ia o'olock noon, of thelma,MJX
and 80th of every month, except when theos dates
fail on sunday, then the Saturday preceding. : z
All departures connect at Panama with steam*
era for sooth Padflo and cestral American pons.
For Japan and ubina, steamers leave San fran?
cisco first of every month, except when tenths oa
Sundav-then on the day preceding^ .11 . ? ' c.
No California Steamers touch at Havana, bav
go direct from New York to Asplnwsn.-- i. "
One hundred p^dadi baggage free to esnhs?tahV'
Medloloeand attendance free. . . . H
For Passage Tickets or other Information, ?pair,
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, 'on the'
Wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Ageht. '
angie-iyr _ -? ," y;-.';r
TT71 O R LIVE RPO O L . - 1
TO SAR, WITH DISPATCH.
The Highest Class; Full-powered Iron JgfffiOSL
British Steamship TYNE QUEEN, WU-Xt?SSB.
Ham Casson, commander, about ??oo n&m otp?-'
oity, will me -t with prompt dispatch and sall a?
above. For freight engagements apply to .
J. A. ENSLOW A CO., Agents,
oct7 ? ^ BftmEjatBay. ,
?Tl O R- P L O'-Br y-W;?':t?\
' VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEES. ? "! .. ' *
'-nj ? .t
. ? ? .: .
The Splendid side-wheel Htssmsri? . W
DICTATOR Captain L. M. Ooxetter, iagSSssK
CIT Y POINT, Captain George E. McMillan, will
leave Charleston every TDBSDAT and FBJUAT
EVEKINGS, at 8 o'clock,' for SAVANNAH, FER-;
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, PALTJU, AND;
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S BATER.
Retornlng, DICTATOR wUl leave PA LAT KA FBI
PAT MORNING, and HAVANNAH SUNDAY MOHHIN?,
arriving here SUNDAY AFTBBNOW. ' . ' . . ' ,
CITY POINT WUl-1'ave PALATKA MOWAT*.
MUKNIN* and SAVANNAH WEDNBBDAY MORH
iNo arriving here Wannan IT Arr tat OOH.
connection is made at Fernandina with Bail-'
road lor?New Orleans sad. Havana, via. Cedar.
Ke v s ; at J ackson ville with Steamer STA BLIGH T ?
lor Melionvlile. Enterprise and Upper St. John's,
River: at Toool with Railroad for.k8V^nm'
tine; and atPalatk? with SteamerafortheOoh
lawaha River. \ '? :_
AU freight for Way Landings must be prepaid
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to _
. ^ RAVENBL A CO., Agents, .
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Hay,
-pOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDD?G8 ON THE SAN
The Steamer MARION, Captain r Mi/TTy
W F Adair ls now receiving JUBSkWm
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and will lear?
TO-MOST, the loth instant . .. , .. ? .
Freight and Whariage prepaid. _
t0octio-i _ No. soEutBay.
rj| OWI N Gl T O WING!
The powerful Steam Tug BEPUB- 'm^gSSh
LU), Meilvllle, commander, ^ ^fiaMHk
been fitted out most complete for *B?',f^'*ii1"
is nrenared to Tow Vessels of any BizeTB ino
ha?oo? rosea and the adjacent rjospketej Works
at Sb Helena; also to and from Charleston to sa?
vannah upoathemos>.ress nable??????
Arrangements may be made^^^Osptaln
MELVILLE on ?tg^tgAj-JJ offlee.
AWN B.-8he has wrwklng Pumps for assisting
veK in distress and putting ont fires, Ac
-pEGULAR LINE FOR GEORGETOWN,
S O TOUCHING AT SOOTH ISLAND,
KEITHFIELD AND WAVERLY MILLS.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain O. r B?4T^?h.
C u hue wTil receive Freight every ^fffij,
MOND?T and TUBSDAT at Commercial Wnarf,
Md leave as above every TUMDAY NIGHT, at 9
nvioek until farther notice. >: .
wm Sat Weymouth Mills every alternate
^freight and wharfage pepald.
oct7-tntht8moa Agents, North Atlantic Wharf.
This new and elegant addition to the toilet
table ls coming daily Into more general use. A
fall supply-different styles-wosmntty on hand
It DR. H. BAER'S Drug Store,
At No 181 Meeang street.
WlHUTE SULPHUR SPBINGS WATER, from the
WUSleorated Greenorier White Sulphur Spring.
* Vlrglnlacongrcas Water *
For sale by _ .PR. H. BaEB,'
10 3 No,i8LMeettng8tnk