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CITY AFFAIRS, j
MEETING* TRIS DAT.
Friendship Lodge, K. P., at half-past 7 P. M.
Survivors' Association, at 1 P. M.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso?
ciation, at 7 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at. 7 P. M.
Orange Lodge, A. Pw M., at 7 P. M.
National Zouaves, at 8 P. M.*
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
8teflens, Werner & Ducker will sell at 9
o'olook, at their stores, butter, strips, ?c.
Paul B. Lafane A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, mackerel, salmon, ?c.
William McKay will Bell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, shirtings, hannels, canary birds, ic.
John G. Mllnor ? Co. will sell at half-past
10 o'clock, at-their store, blankets, dry goods,
Ac . .
Lauroy, Alexander & Co. will sell at half
past 9 o'olook, at their store, bellies, strips,
Leitch A Bruns will Bell at ll o'clock, at the
Postotflce, real estate.
A. 0. McOllllvray will sell at ll o'olook', at
the Po* to Alee, real estate.
J. Fraser Hathewes will sell at ll o'clock,
on Southern wharf, the steamer Water Lily.
Blecke A Peterman will sell st half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, bacon, butter,. Ac
Henry Cobla A- Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their store, BUgar-cured hams.
-An extra meeting o? the City Council will
be held this afternoon.
-Muller's Band has been engsged to play
for the Peedee Fair, which opens at Oheraw
to-morrow. The band leaves for Cheraw this
morning, per Northeastern Railroad.
-A serious dre occurred at Wilmington, N.
C., last Sunday night, which damaged a brick
building on North Water street owned by
Messrs. Falconer & SOB, to the extent of
-Ahorse attached to a buggy containing
an eminent divine o? this city tripped and fell
down at the corner of Broad and Meeting
streets yesterday morning. No damage was
-The cotton-house or Mr. E. J. Lide, near
Darlington Courthouse, was burned on Thurs?
day last about daylight. It ls supposed to
to have been the work et an Incendiary. An
unsuccessful attempt to fire lt had been made
only a few nights before.
-An important sale o? real estate Is an?
nounced to-day by Messrs. Leitch and Bruns.
The property consists of the three story bri cfc
store Nc 286 King street, and the terms of
sale axe two thousand dollars cash and the
balance not to exceed six years, with Interest
at seven per cent, per annum.
-The schedule of the Mount Pleasant and
Sullivan's Island Ferry boats will be changed
to-morrow morning. Tfie first and the last
boat from the city wllr leave respectively at 10
A. M. and half-past 6 P. M., and those tor the
city at ll A. M. and half-past i P.K. 'There
win ber an extra boat from the city every
Monday morning at half-past six o'olook.
a ni ?ed States Court.
George p. dorry was ordered to show cause,
on the 4th of November next, why he shonM
not be attached for fal lure to pay the costa in
the case'o? George P. Curry against J. W.
Stokes and others, as or.dered by the court.
F. H. Bates, debtor, was declared a bank?
rupt on the petition of a creditor.
The petition for final dlsobarge from bank
rut toy of E. C. Cunningham was referred to
Registrar dawson for a report.
- john Hanokel and H. D. Alexander were
appointed assignees of I. BL K. Bennett, bank?
O. B. Glover was appointed assignee of A.
J. Frederick, bankrupt.
Court or Common Pleas.
The osee of Henry Byers against John Wi rt o,
snit to establish partnership, was argued be?
fore Judge Graham, at chambers, yesterday.
Byers to o te nd s that he was admitted to part?
nership by Wlrth, which Wlrth denies. The
cane was referred to Colonel B. H. Ba fledge
for .a report, and Colonel Rutledge's report
sustained the defendant. Byers's counsel ex?
cepted to the report, and the case was accord?
ingly carried before Judge Graham, who, after
hearing the arguments, reserved his decision.
James H. Stevens was found guilty of as?
sault and battery.
Wilson Steadman was found guilty of grand
larceny, bot recommended to meroy.
San! Cuthbert was found guilty of robbery.
N. Levin, Jr., foreman of Jury No. 2, was
excused from further duty, and George Shrews?
bury, a supernumerary, was appointed fore?
man ia his stead.
- M. L. Davy was found guilty of assault and
The following oaf es were noL pressed: Fritz
Stalling, obstructing an officer on duty, and
rescuing a prisoner; Jerry Coleman, assault
with Intent to kill and assault and battery;
Joseph Wilson, robbery; Henry Wilson, grand
The grand jury made the following findings:
Nassan Givens and Robert Lloyd, grand lar?
ceny, trna bill; H. A. Cohen, assault and bat?
tery, trae bRI; Catherine Coben, assault and
battery, no blU.
Jacob Jenkins, drunk and disorderly; two
dollars. Elisabeth Brown, Oeoll Williams,
Moise y B winton and Jeannette Bin gie ton,
drunk and disorderly; one dollar eaoh. E.
Jaeger, "drunk and disorderly; two dollars.
Robert Green and York Wright, fighting; one
dollar each. Edward Duncan, disorderly and
crying fire; turned over to a trial Justice
Margaret Lee and Aleck Dicks, disorderly; one
dollar eaoh. Augustus Flynn, drunk- one
dollar. Prince Albert, disorderly, two dollars
or twenty days. William Morris, drank; two
dollars or twenty days. Carroll Olsen and
James Dann, drank; one dollar for the for?
mer and two dollars for the latter. A cow
and a goat at large; one dollar for the former,
United States Commissioner's Omeo,
i Samuel Hatch was before Commissioner Por?
te?os yesterday, oharged with creating an
election riot. His case was continued until
this morning. Frank Wilson, Thomas Preston
and Ba wi lui Small were committed to Jail for
examination on the same charge.
Trial Justices' Courts.
George MIR, mate of the British bark Belle
Stoart, waa . before Trial Justice Levy yester?
day afternoon; charged with beating Augustus
Flynn, a seaman of the same ship. The caa?
waa continued, antll this morning.
BALL OF THE WAOXNSB. ARTILLERY CLUB.
The second grand annual ball oi the Wagener
Artillery Clnb will be given to-morrow even?
ing at the Hibernian Hall. The organization
fa a spirited one, composed of young men be?
longing to the first German families of this city*
and which fact affords the best guarantee of
what will tn the nature of the entertainment.
The following ls the committee of arrange?
ments : Lieutenants F. J. Pieper, H. B. Wieck
lng; Sergeants J. J. Wagener, J. H. Kahrs;
Corporals J. H. Stelling, George Stoiber;
Treasurer F. W. Jessen; Secretary J. W. Lil
jenthal; M. West, C. Biel.
THE AMUSEMENT SEASON.
Opening of tbs Academy of muele Post?
pone d for One Night.
A dispatch was received In this city yester?
day announcing that a railroad detention had
made lt Impossible for the Pomeroy-Snedair
concert troupe to reach here to-day, as ex?
pected, bnt promising that they would posi?
tively open at the Academy of Mnslo to-mor?
row (Wednesday) evening. This troupe,
which has been everywhere spoken ot as a
brilliant and artistic combination, ls thia year
the avant courier of the amusement season In
Charleston for the winter of 1872-'73. They
will be followed Immediately by Mrs. D. P.
Bowers, the great actress whose name and
merits are familiar to the whole world o? thea?
tre-goers, and who visits Charleston this year
under the auspices o? Mr. Wm. E. Spaulding, a
manager as widely and favorably known as
any one In the profession. The same gentle'
man promises tts during the winter a visit of
one week from Mme. Jananschek, commenc?
ing about January 28th, and two or three
nights of the inimitable cornelian, John E.
Owens, whose visit to the city last spring will
be remembered with pleasure by most of onr
readers. A host *jf- other attractions are
promised by the managers of the Academy, of
which doe notice will be given hereafter, and
these, with the colossal circuses and the va?
riety of lesser ?ho wa already advertised, seem
to Indicate that then will be no lack of
amusement tor all tastes and classes of our
citizens during the coming winter.
Leon Brothers are playing in Raleigh, North
Subscriptions fer the ten days season o? the
Italian Opera Troupe, In New Tork, ran np
to sixty thousand dollars In three days.
The old Southern favorites, Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Watkins, are working down this way. .
George L. Howard, an actor once well
known In the South, died recently at Houston,
Texas, of apoplexy.
The Caroline Bloblngs and C. B. Bishop
Combination play next week In Baltimore.
Miss Lillie Eldridge, who made her debut In
this etty In 1809, with Manager Ford, ls star?
ring lo Kansas City.
The "Great Foi" and his Hnmpty-Dumpty
Company start South In December, and will
probably pay us a visit.
The Norris & Norton Comedy Combination
Company commence an engagement in
Raleigh, North Carolina, on the 10th proximo.
Mr. Bishop, manager and comedian, re?
cently deaerled his company at St. John's,
N. B., owing $5000, about $2700 of which was
due to the company.
A chronique Parisienne B ta tes that the di?
rector of the Imperial Theatre of St. Peters?
burg has engaged for the operatic season in
that olty tho Marquise de Cadx and M'me
Bonzeand, better known as Adelina Patti and
HOTEL ARRIVALS- O CTOBEB ?1.
M. J. Stnoh, Kingstree; H. C. Carlgan, W.
E. Richardson, Wright's Bluff; D. Epps, Kings
tree; W. B. Wortham, Oakley; T. W. Herlott,
Graham's Cross Roads; B. W. D. Bowell,
Marlon; A. J. Gunn, Acton; 3. B. Ne weam,
Williamsburg; W. Ball, South Carolina; W. P.
Youraans, A. M. Toumans, Beaufort; B. F*
Bo nb vare, Fairfield;.. A. McB. Peoples, Bean
J. Llppman, Savannah; L. B. Bliss, E. W.
j Bliss, J. B. Richardson, New Tork; C. W.
Flsbee, Booth Carolina; J. Ogden, New Tork;
J. A. Law, Darlington; W. Hall, New Tork;
G. B. Harris, Rochester, N. T.; B. L.
Breeden, Bennettsville; Mrs. L. Keltt, Miss
Anna Keltt, Soolety Hill; H B. Price and wile,
Now Toirk; J. Colton, Aiken; J. Canley, Cam?
den; E. ii. & enders, W. Sanders, S. C.; Mrs. E.
Storm, Sing Sing, N. T.; J. A. Miller, James
Island; S. Leach, White Hall; J. Buschaum,
Philadelphia; J. D. Harden, Cneraw; T. C.
Bryan, Savannah; Mrs. E. Hale and sen, Beau?
COTTON FOR LIVERPOOL.-The fine Spanish
steamship Puerto Blco waa cleared for Liver?
pool yesterday by Messrs. B. More <fc Co. with
seventeen hundred, and sixty-one bales up?
land cotton and one hundred and twelve tons
phospbsto rook. _
INQUEST.-A Jury ot Inquest was impanel?
led yesterday over the body ot W. E. Evans,
the Customhouse officer who died on Sunday
from lr Juries received by tailing into an open
hatchway of the ship Nautilus, several days
before. The verdict was to the effect that
Evans liad been killed by accidentally falling
into a hatchway left open through the care?
lessness of an officer o? the ship.
A MYSTERY OF THE DEEP.-On last Satur?
day morning, a party of colored fishermen,
composad of Peter Butherford, John Evans,
Peter Walker, William Robinson and B. E.
Maxwell, left De reel's wharf, near the east
end of Chnpel street, In a fishing canoe for
some point off the harbor. The party did not
return that, evening, and nothing was heard
of lt cintH yesterday. Teeterday morning
another fisherman, David Dereel, while
passing near the wreck of the Hoosatonic,
descried a canoe about twenty-three feet long
floating bottom upwardB,aad brought lt to land.
Upon examination lt proved to be the boat In
wbiob the above named party had left the city.
The circumstances attending the Anding of the
canoe Impressed the fisherman with the belief
that lt hart been capsized at some distance
from land, and that the party lt contained bad
all been drowned. It ls possible, however,
that th a crew may have swam to shore or
been picked up by a passing boat.
THE SING SOTO Fots-Another triumph for
Herring's Safe ls recorded In our advertising
columns. It seems almost Incredible that a
safe should be red bot for nearly twelve hours
and yet preserve its contents.
THE FREEDMAN'S SAVTN?9 BANK, at No. 74
Broad street, ls now doing a splendid busi?
ness, receiving new depositors every day from
among the humble but thrifty classes of the
community, and teaching them, by the prac
tloal and happy results of their prudence, the
value ot economy.
WE HAVE received a fresh supply ol those
$12 Watches. They are warranted time?
keepers. MAA. Ashton, No. 240 King
street. Cali and see them. oct22-tuth2
CHEOE BOOKS on Bank of Charleston, Na?
tional Banking Association, now ready.
Walker, Evans 4 Cogswell, No. 3 Broad
street, Charleston, 8. C.
NEW AND FASHIONABLE JET GOODS.-The
ladles are respectfullg Informed that I have
received a beautiful assortment of Jet Goods,
such as Breastpins and Eardrops, Bracelets,
Long Chains, Chatelaines, Opera Chains, Ac,
A3., and invite their early inspection. F. Von
Santen, No. 229 King street, near Market.
PuBOHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 276 King
street, have received the finest assortment of
Kid Gloves, newest shades and styles.
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
onr customers with Croquet at $3 25. HABEL
STREET IIAEAAB, apr27-stnth
"USED UP."-What is the precise meaning
of this familiar phrase when employed to
signify an unnatural condition of body and
mind ? It means exhaustion, languor, want
of vital energy, mental apathy-a pitiable
state of physical and mental helplessness.
The best and, In fact, the only perfectly relia-1
ble panacea for a "used op" system ls that
most popular and potent of medicinal stimu?
lants, Hostetter'a stomach bitten. No mat- j
ter whether the health has been broken down
by excessive labor, over-study, an Insalubri?
ous atmosphere, anxiety, irregularities in
diet, dissipation, or any other cause, this
powerful and pleasant vegetable restorative
will soon recruit the drooping energies of j
nature, restoring the integrity ol the nerves,
and re-establishing that functional regularity
which ls essential to animal vigor and a hope
, lui frame of mind. As a cure for debility, In
all Its varied manifestations, Hostetter'a Stom?
ach Bitters ls unapproached by any tonic In j
the materia medica. oct22-tuths3Dicw
F CBC HO OTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 276 King
street, have received full lines of Ladles
Underwear-all descriptions. (Department in
oharge of ladieB employed here.)
CHBOMOS.-To close out the balance of our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c. to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
LIVERPOOL-Per Suanlsh steamship Pnerto
Rico-1T61 bales upland cotton, 112 tons phos?
NEW TOBI-Per sehr Jessie B Smith-2004 bbls
! Tbc Charleston Cotton, Rice and N aval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
MONDAY KYSNING, october 21, 1872. j
COTTON.-For much or the day the market pre
sented a quirt and dall aspect, and In the ab?
sence or demand prices slightly softened, amount?
ing In some cases to about %c H o decline, with
transactions amounting to near 700 hales, say fis |
[ at 17X, 41 at ITS', 21 at IT V, 79 at 17%, 03 at 18, ll
I at 18 MO, 83 at 18X. 62 at 18X, 68 at IBS', 67 at j
18S, TO at 18S. 3 at \%\. We quote:
ordinary te good ordinary.17 @17X
BICK.-This gram was in good request at firm
rates. Sale* suout 800 tierces of olean OarollDS,
say 64 tierces at ex, 80 at ex, es at ex. <o at
o 18-10, 20 at 6 16-10, 66 on private terms. We
quote common to fair at ex@6X, good es ?Tc.
NATAL STORES.-Toe receipts were 06 bbls spirits I
turpentine and 661 bbls rosin. Sales 169 bbls
spirits turpentine at 60c, and on saturday seo
bbls on private terms, also on Saturday about
11200 bbls fine grade rosins on private terms. Fine
grades are offered at about $4 60 for lew pale.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam, direct, \d
on uplands, nommai on sea Islands; via New
York, Ve1 on uplands,-on sea islands; by
sall, Sd on uplands, on sea islands nominal
To Havre, ixe on uplands? Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, Xe on uplands and -on ?ea
Island-; $2 9 tierce on rice; ooo V bbl on rosin;
by sall,-o 1? lb en cotton ; --o V tierce on
rice; 60o lt bbl on rosin; $11@12 V M on lnmber;
$12012 60 V Mon timber. To Boat n, uy steam
Xo on uplands and $2 60 V tierce on rice; by sall,
I -o 9 s on uplands; rosin 70c; resawed stuff
! $12? 12 w; timber $i3@is 60; phosphate $&@6 so.
I To Providence, by sall $io@n fi M on boards;
H ? on cotton; by steam Xe via New York.
To Philadelphia, by Bream Xo on uplands; $1 76
fl tierce on rice; soc fl bbl on rosin; $i on spirits.
Through billa of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New England cities are regularly
Issued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
I By sail, $8 ft M on boards; $12 on timber; - 9
1 ton on clay; $3 60 on phosphate*. To Baltimore,
by steam -o V lb; by sall $S@S SO V Mon
1 boards; - on timber; $3 60 9 ton at city; $4?
4 50 V ton up river on phosphate rock. Vessels
I aire In demand by our merchants to take lumber
I freights from Georgetown, S. C., Harlen and Satll
la River, Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
porta, and $10?12 ta M are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 00 day bills 21X<$21X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANG;..-The banka purchase
sight checks on New York at s@K per cent, orr,
and sell ac par.
Marke ta by Telcgraprv.
LONDON, October 21.
Noon.-Consols 92. Fives sss.
Later.-Consols,, ai j;. American securities flat.
FRANKFORT, October 21.
PARIS, October 21.
Noon.-Rentes 62f 92c.
NEW TOBE, October 21.
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks very strong.
Gold Bteady at 13X- Money Orm at 0a7. Ex?
change, long 8XiBoort 10X* Governments dull
I and steady. Bute bonds Arm and quiet.
Evening.-Freights unchanged; colton by
I steam X*7-10d. Money 4a6. sterling ex. Gold
is. Governments dull but steady. State bonds
very strong. Tennessee sixes firm. South Caro?
linas not BO Arm. Alabama e ghts Btrong.
LIVERPOOL, October 21.
Noon.-Cotton opened qalet and Bteady; up?
lands OXaBXd. orleans lOXalOXd.
Later.-Cotton steady; ?ales 14 OOO bales; ex?
port and speculation 4000; sales of Orleans fur Oc?
NEW TOBE. Ootober 21.
Noon.-Cotton dull; Bales 8706 bales; uplands
l?S'c, Orleans 20Xc.
Evening-cotton steady; sales 4180 bales; np
lands 19XC, orleans 20Xo; net receipts -ice; gross
8712. Sales of cotton in ture- to-day 7960 bales as
follows : Ootober. i ?JI 91-lOc; Novemb- r, 18 MOc;
December lSS'alS ll iee: January, 19al91110c;
March,20c; April, 20Xc; May, 20 is-iea2uXc
BOSTON, uctooer 21.
Cotton qalet; middlings 20#c; gross receipts
216 bales; sales 260; h tock 3600.
BALTIMORE, October 21.
Cotton quiet; mlddllnkS ?es'c; gross receipts
690 bales; exports coastwise 120; sales 476; stock
NORFOLK, Ootober 21.
Cotton firm; low middlings issaieso; net re?
ceipts 3280 bales; exporta coastwise 3229; sales i
800; Block 6921.
WILMINGTON, october 21.
I Cotton steady; middlings i8Xc; net recelptrj 417
bales; Btock 4424.
SAVANNAH, October 21.
Cotton Arm and In good demand; nlddllngs
I83?o; net receipts 4874 bales; exports coistwise I
6371; sales 2299; stock 46,767.
AUGUSTA, October 21.
Cotton quiet and weak; middlings 17xc; re?
ceipts 1439 bales; sales 1070.
MEMPHIS, October 21.
Cotton active and firm; middlings i8Xal9c; re?
ceipts 8819 bales; shipments 1617; btock 12 eio.
Cotton quiet and firm; good ordinary 18c, low
middling is sc, middling 19c; net receipts 8118
bales; exports coastwise 2322; sales soo; stock
Nsw ORLEANS, October 21.
Cotton active; good ordtuary i?xc, low mid?
dlings lOXalsxc, middling* l9Kc; net receipts
2488 bales; gro-s 4709; exports to Great Britain
0741; coastwise 4000; eales to-day 2u00; last even?
ing 1700; StOCE 72,992.
GALVESTON, October 21.
Cotton Arm and in good demand; good ordina?
ry 10X(?*17O; net receipts 2718 bales; sales 2600;
stock ?t?, 106.
PBOVrSIONB AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, Ootober 2L
Noon.-BreadBtnrTs qnlet bot steady.
Evening.-Common rosin Hali ss.
LONDON, Ootober 21.
Evening.-Turpentine 41 Od.
Nsw YORE, October sa.
Noon.-Flour steady. Wheat quiet and un?
changed, corn, Bteady Pork Arm at $16 26a
16 50. Lard quiet; sieam 8X <8Xc. Turpentine
Arm at 64 s c. Rosin quiet at $4, 86 for s train ed.
EveMng.-Flour qalet and oncnanged. Whis?
key 92 Hie Wheat Armer; exports limited; millern
holding off; winter red $168al 06. corn heavy
and a shade lower. Rice steady. Pork qalet j
and Arm. Lard Arm. Turpentine Arm. Rosin
arm. Tallow Arm.
BALTIMORE, October 21.
Floor qnlet and Arm. Wneat steady, corn
Arm; white 72a76c; yellow 03a0flc. Provisions
quiet. Mess pork $16 76. shoulders 3.}?c. Whis?
_ ._, WILMINGTON, October 21.
Spirits turpentine Ann at 67c. Rosin Arm et
$3 80 for strained, $4 for low No 1. $6 26 for pale?,
Crude turpentine steady at $8 25 for hard, $5 for
yellow dip and virgin. Tar steauy at $3 so
LOUISVILLE, october 21.
Flour steady. Corn quiet. Provisions nominal.
Shoulders 7Xc, clear nb sides lljic, clear sides
HXo;stook scarce. Lard, tierces 8Xc, kegs lose.
Whisxey steady at 88a89c.
CINCINNATI, Ootober 21.
Flour dull and lower, $7 80a7 so. Corn dull and
unchanged. Pork arm: stock light; $ltal4 60.
Lard quiet; sommer 7>,'a7>? c. Bacon shoulders
OKC; held at exe; Jobbing aales clear nb sides
lie; clear sides liXc; stock light. Whiskey steady
ST. Louis, October 21.
Flour unchanged. Oom dull and unchanged.
Whiskey dull at 89c. Pork quiet at $16 26. Ba?
con firm; ciear Bides, order lots and shoulders
7>?s8c; clear rib sides HXailXc; olear sides
UX*"Xc. Lard dull; summer not worth
The .\ e vf York Cotton Market.
Nsw YORK, Ootober IS.
The Financial Chronicle sayt: ihe market the
past week has improved both in tone and price;
the basis or the improvement has been the in?
creased animation a d better prices at Liverpool,
but lt has been assisted by our easier money mar?
ket, the reports or frost in various parts of the
J?ou'h, a delicien: supply of cotton at and under
consignment tor this market, and the further
fact that the receipts at oar ports, although they
cou linne free, no longer show that excessive in?
crease over last year which they have hitherto
shown. These consid?rations appear* to have
brought ont our spinners ai well as shippers 4c to
the market, and the result has been a fairly
active week, with some trilling fluctuations
in prices. This upward tendency," however, con
tinned uniform until the opening of Tuesday's
business ; on that day wolle cotton on the spot waa
Xe hlgner, being scarce for Immediate delivery,
futures showed oome decline, most marked in the
early, mouths, the receipts at the ports for toe
day aggregating 22,000 bales, and thus giving
promise or an eariy snppiy here. Wednesday
opened dall and weak for both spot and fa ure,
but closed firm, and Thursday opened with a
Btronger tune, which wss continued Into to-day,
culminating tonight in a farther advance of Xa
Xe on spot cotton and 1 lOaXC for futures, the
market alosingstrong at the a .vance. Tne prices
tor futures last reported were (basis low mid?
dling) loxc for October, 18 18-160 for November,
I8X0 for December, 19 vc for January, 19 916c
for February, 20Xc for March, and 20Xc for
April. The total sales of this description for the
week were 64.300 bales. For immediate delivery
the total sales this week were 15,764 ba.es, in?
cluding 6466 for export, 7088.for censumptlon,
268 for speculation, and 1983 in transit.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
COLUMBUS, october 19.
Cotton in good demand; low middling 17XC,
middling 17Xc; sales 232 bales; receipts 206;
MONTGOMERY, October 19.
Market quiet; good ordinary i7Xc; strlot good
ordinary ny.; low middling 17J-i; middling 18X
Receipts per Railroad, October ai.
SOUTH CAROLINA BA IX BO AA.
1760 bales cotton, 132 bales goods, 222 bbls and
bags flour, 6 cars stock. To Railroad Agent,
Mowry a Son, Jas R Pringle a Son, Witte Bron,
W 0 Courteney a 00, AS Smith, L D DeSaua
snre, T P Smut), Pelzer, Kodgers 4 co, G H Wal?
ter a co, Murdaagh A Weekly, W P Dowling, W
W. smith, Boeder A Davis. A J Salinas, Crawley
a Dehon, Trenholm * Son. F L Meyers, H Leidlng,
W K Ryan, W B Williams a Bon, A B Mulligan,
Caldwell a Son, Geo w Williams a co. sloan a
Selgulons, J Darken, f DO Kracke, Campsen A
co, B O'Neill, Steffens, Werner a Ducker, H
Ord s a co, O F wieters, S B Marshall A 00.
Walker, ?vans A Cogswell, Lesesne A Wella,
Street Bros A co, and others.
808 bales cotton, 247 bbls spirits turpentine, 218
bbls rosin, cars of ?ambe-, mdse AC. To Mowry
A non, witta Bros. B g Frosts; co, WE Byan, A
J salinas, ueo B Walter A co, Johnston, Crewr A
00, T P smith. Jas R Pringle A Son, A S Smith,
W O Bee a co, Qeo W Williams a co, J Wiley,
Reeder A Davis, Caldwell a Bon, Bardin a Parker,
Trenholm ?son, Whllden A Jones, Peizer, Rod?
gers a co, W c Courtney A co, Murdaugb A
Weekly, Ravenel a co, Kinsman A Howell, H
K ia tte a co, Fenwick ? T, Railroad Agent, Order
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
26 bags sea Island and us bales upland cotton,
220 bushels rongb rice, 172 bbls rosin, 21 bbls
spirits turpentine, cars lumber and wood, mdse,
4c. To W B Williams A Son, JOH Clausten,
Wardlaw A carew, H Bischoff A co, R Mure ? co.
Chase ? Cuttlno. Peizer, Rodgers A co, W C
Courtney A co. Mowry a Son, Reeder & Davis, T I
P Smith, W aiioy le, J no Walker, Fraser A Dill,
Witte Bros. J R Pringle A Son. H Albrecht, J H
Hillen, Murdaagh A Weekly, Crawley A Dehon.
8 W Stoney, Jnc McNsmee, Bardlu A Parker,
Wh?den A Jones, and others.
Per steamer Dictator, mm Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and savannah. Qa-Miss
May Slmklna, M E Bliss, A Bass, J Richardson,
and twenty-five on deck.
Per Bteamer M S Allison, from Edlsto, Enter
drlKB, Rockville and Way Landings-Mrs M L
Seabrook, Mrs Col J E Kainga, child and servant,
Master S Edlaga, W 8 Edlngs, - O'.xell, J W L
clements, J Armstrong.
New Moon, 2d, 10 hours, ll minutes, morning,
first Quarter, otu. 8 hoare, 44 minutes, evening,
full Moon, 10th, 10 hours, 16 minutes, morning.
I.ast Quarter, 24th, 3 hours, 84 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 3lst, ll hours, 42 minutes, evening.
a. a a.
CH ARLESTO N, B. C.OCTOBER 22, 1872.
uat S3 deg 40 nun 88 seo. | Lon 79 deg 67 min ar aea
Spanish bark Augusta Else, Fradua, Mayaguez,
PR-10 days. Ballast. To Henry Card.
sehr A H Howe, Medway, New York-0 days.
Salt, acids, guano, ac. To Roach A Monett, w O
Bee 4 co. W O Dukes A co, Pelzer, Redgeis A 00,
Geo W Williams a 00, Ravenel, Holmes A co, and
Sehr Ann S Deas, Qambatte, from West Point
Mill. 274 tierces rice. To Stoney A Lowndes, O
F Hanckel and H Bischoff A co.
Sehr --, from Ashepoo. 1900 bushels
rougn rice. To Louis D DeSauaanre.
sehr Gen R B Lee, Gradlok, Cooper River. OOO
bushels rough nee. Tu Stoney A Lowndes.
Steamer Dictator, Ooxetter. Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. 103 bales
cotton, 16 bales moss, 1 tent, 7 bbls sugar, 1 roll
leather, l lot furniture md e. and sundries. To
Ravenel A co, Witte Bros. Stoney A lowndes, G
W williams A co, Williams A son, J D Kirk?
patrick, W 0 Bee A co, Fraser A Dill, lng rah am A
Son, E B Goddard A co, Wm Harrall, and others.
I steamer M S Allison, 'i'oglio, Edlsto, Enterprise,
Rockville and Way Landings. Ol baga sea laiand
cotton, mdse and dgndrles. To Douglas Nesbit,
W A Boyle, Stonev A Lowndes, Witte Bros. Kins?
man A Howell, Bavenel A .0. Geo A Trenholm
A son, Fraser A Dill, T P Smith, Kinsman Bros,
Jno Hurkamp a co. s A Wondrick, and others.
Boat from John's Island. 2 bags sea island cot?
ton. To stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ chorea. 7 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Edlsto. 8 bags sea Island cotton.
To stoney A Lowndes.
Received from Ohlaoim'a MUL 70 tes rice. To
W c Bee A 00.
Spanish steamship Puerto Rico, Yzagaerre,
Liverpool-Robert Mure A co.
Sehr Jessie B Smith, Williams, New York-E F |
FROM THIS PORT.
steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York. Ooto?
DP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Edith Hail Oliver, at Baltimore, October
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York,
steamship Gulf stream, Hunter, at Philadelphia,
Sehr L C Heckman, Robinson, at Philadelphia
SAILED FOR THIS PORT,
swedish brig Anna, Yannson, from GlrgentL
Sicily, September 0.
sehr Falrland,-, from Demorara, Oct 6.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, October 21.
Arrived, Georgia, Livingstone and Albemarle.
Arrived out, Manhattan, City of Paris and
Evening.-Arrived, St Louis.
The Br brig Woodcock, Neilson, that arrived at
Quarantine, on the 20: h, from Havana, la con?
signed to Messrs cohen A Welis.
Tue sehr Drone, McDonald, for Georgetown, S 0
cleared at Nnw York october 19.
The sehr Kalmia, Rankin, from Georgetown s
C. arrived at New York < wooer 19. *
The sehr Mabel F Staples, Cole, from Pon
Royal, S C, arrived at Portland, Me, October 10.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Br bark Fille de l'Air, Jones, up.August 27
The Mary Jane, Jones, sailed.Sept 20
The Cormorant. Hansen, sailed.August 12
The Emma, Pender, sailed.Sept lo
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, Balled-.Sept 16
Br bark Livingstone. McHnuan, sailed. ...Sept 24
Bark Hellos, Holm, sailed..sept 6
Ship Ancula, -, np.Sept o
Span bark Providencia, -, sailed.Sept 20
GIRGBNTI, SIC ILT.
Swedish brig Anna, Tam.son, sailed.Sept 6
The Santander, Hiles, cleared.oct 4
Sehr Falrland.-, sailed.Oct o
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, to sall.Oot l
RIO DB JANI.TRO.
Br sehr Sparkling Ware, Hoc ken, sailed.. .Sept e
Ship Uncle Joe, Kendall, cleared.Oot 18
I Sohr A E Glover, Terry, np.Oct 7
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, cid.Oct 19
Soar H 0 shepheid, Clara, np.Oct 17
Sehr A E Glover. Terry, cleared.Oct 17
Sour Lilly, Hugnes, cleared.Oct io
fchr Geo B Somes, Pray, cleared.Oct 17
Sehr Jesse S ?lar , clark, np.Oct io
s cur AI dan a Bokes, Rhodes, up.Sept 20
Steamship Guir stream. Hunter, cl'd.Oct 18
Sehr L 0 Beckman, Robinson, cleared.Oct 18
Sehr Jas Gordon, Ireland, np.Oct ll
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, up.Oct 19
Sehr A F Ames, Acorn, np.Oct 12
Sehr Sue Cummings, Lyon.Sept 18
I Sohr Vary Collins, Collins.Oot ll
ti a mc a o?
gO?TH GASOLINA RAILROAD.
OHABLESION, October 21, 1872.
i Excursion Tickets to the Fair at Augusta will
be sold rrum this date to tn ; 2Stb, good to return
j until 81st instant.
Also sold at Stations alon? Line or Road.
oct22 S. ?. PICKEN^, G. T. A.
gO?Tfl CAROLINA RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 27, 1872.
On ana arter SUNDAY, septemoer29, the PPS
senger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston. 9.30 A M
Arrive at Columbia...6.20 r M
Leave Charleston.o 33 A H
arrive at Augusta.....->... 6.401 u
Leave Columbia. 9 00 A M
Arrive at Otarles ton.4.30 . M
Leave augusta.9 oo A M
Arrive at charleston.4.80 r M
COLUMBIA NIG. IT ; UP HESS.
Leave Charleston. 7.10 PM
Arrive at columbia.e.80 A M
Uave Columbia. 7.60 P a
arrive at charleston.6 Al A M
AUGUSTA Niei rr EXPRESS.
Leave Oharieston. 8 30 T M
Arrive at Augusta.7.86 A M
Leave Augusta.*. 0.16 P H
Arrive at Charleston.6.60 A M
SUMMER VU LB TRAIN.
Leave Summerville at.7.26 A H
arrive st charleston ,,.8.40 A M
Leave Charleston.8.26 p M
arrive at summerville. 4.40 p M
Leave Camden..~..7.20 A M
Arrive at Columbia.li.fin A M
Leave Columbia.2. io p M
Arrive at Camden.0.66 P M
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Msxion and augusta Re tl road, Central Kauroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
mont direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago,
st. Louis and all other pc mts Westatid Northwest.
Columbia Night Train oonneots with Greenville
and cc lumbla Railroad ; i ind Day and Night Trams
connect with Charlotte l ^ad.
Through ticket B on sile via thin route to all
Camden Train conned s at Ringville dally (ex.
oept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs tiro ugh to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President,
8. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A._aep27
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHABUUTON, 8. C.. June 8,1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Daily at 10.16 A. M
and 8.00 P. BL
Arrive at Charleston 0.00 A. M. (Mondays ex?
cepted) and 8 P. M. *
Tram-does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., SUN
I DAYS. .
Train leaving 10.16 A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, vu Bicnmonct and acqnla
Creek only, going thron ?h In 44 hours.
I Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and. Washington,
I or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
Pi'.LD AV by this Train li y over on SUNDAY in Bal
timora. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and moat pleas?
ant route to cincinnati. Chicago and other points
nest and No-thweat, both Trame making con?
ructions at Washington with Western Trams of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L CLEAPOR. Gen. Ticket Agent, may21
AV ANN AH AND CHABLES'rON
CHARLESTON, JOUO 13, 1872.
On. and after MONDAY. June nth, the Pas
songer Tra?na on this Road will run aa follows:
Leave Charleston dally. 8.80 p. M.
Arrive at savannah daily..........9.46 P. M.
Leave savannah dally.n.so p. M.
sxrive at Charleston dally. 7 A.M.
leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted, aso P. H.
Leave savannah, Sundays excepted... ll A. M.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. e.60 P. M.
, Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
I make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for all stations os that Road, (Sundays excepted, ?
Freight forwarded daily on through bills onad
lng co points ta Florida and by Savannah line of
! . tea ms hips to Boston. Prompt dispatch given tu
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Roy a -
(Latlroad and ai. aa low rates as by any other line.
Tloketa on sale at th'a office for Beaufort over
for, Royal Railroad. c. S. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent
8. C. BOYLSTON, Gtm'l Ft. and Ticket Agent.
/ BELLOC'S CHARCOAL
Approved by ike Imperial Academy
of Mediane Paria
?? GDEL ?0Hk
IO ICNCI1 ? ir
It is especially tc its eminently absorbent
properties that Balloo'* Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
for the following affections.
Din IC ULT DIGESTION
CHAMPS ll? THE STOMACH
Cl OLER I NE
MODE OF EMPLOYANT. - BeUoo'? cwoai
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and box of lozenges.
Depot in PIM, L. FRERE, ?9, rae Jieob
Agents in Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE A j
Vp AVIS, Wholesale Druggists. A
g AGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
Deblng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng'a Via Fogs
Dr. Horsiord's Acid Phosphates
Wliber's Codllver Oil and Lime.
For sale by DR. H. BA ER,
No. 181 Metung street.
J-.REIGHT ON COTTON $2 FEE BALE.
FOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LINE.
Tne Flrat-olaas Schooner FLORENCE JL?
ROGERS, Sheppard. Master, warns 200 toQK
300 hales Ootton to fill up.
ncaa_ROAOH k MOFFETT, Agenta.
The Magnificent dipper Iron B&tt J?M
TIBER, having two-thirds of her Carjo en-SSHL
gaged, will have Immediate dispatch.
For Freight Engagements, apply to
HENRY O ARD,
.JP O R LIVERPOOL.. '
TO SAIL WITH DISPATCH.
The Highest Class, Full-powered Iron Brit?
ish Steamship TYNE .QUEEN, William Gaason,
Commander, about 2300 hales capacity, having
a lame i ait of cargo engaged and going on'
board, will met with prompt dispatch and sall
aa shove. For farther freight engagements
apply to J. A. ENSLO w & CO., Agents.
octlO-atuth _No. 141 East Bay. .
OR NEW YORK.
NEW TORR AND CHARLESTON
The Splendid Sldewheel Sf am Bh lp CHARLES
TON, James Berry, lommander, will Ball from
Adger's sooth Wharf, on TUKBDAY, the 22d Inst.,
at 8 o'clock P. M.
*3-Marine Insurance x per cent, by tblsllne,
M> Through Ullis or Lading given on cotton tc
Liverpool, Boston. Providence, and the New Eng
land mannractnnng towna.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to
octai-g_JAMKS ADQKR&CO.. Agenta.
POK NEW IOBK.
JN THURSDAY, 24TH OCTOBER, AT 12
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
Tue Splendid New Iron Sldewheel S'eamahlp
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beclrett, Commander, will
sall tor New fork on muas DAY. 24th October, at
12 o'clock M.. from Pier No. 2 Union Wharves.
Through Bille or Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usual.
49* Insurance by steamers of this line % per
For Freight or Passage engflrements, having
very fine Deck Stateroo n ace >mmodattons, ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 28 Bro.id
street, or to WU. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
TUE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
class sea connection between rhlladelpbla and
Charleston, and in Hillanco with Railroad compa?
nies at both termini, afford r-pld transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, St. Lonls, Chicago and the
principal cities or the Northwest, Boston. Provl
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres.
tOrThe GULF STREAM la appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FREDA v, 25th October,
at half-past l o'clock P. M.
49* The VIRGINIA will follow.
For particulars or Fre'gtu arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Onion Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. IS
Sonta Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. octlO
jp ? R BALTIMORE
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THBOUGB
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on Tn uns DAT,
24th October, at half-past u o'oiock A. M.
49* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and BOH their Goods from
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight: or Passage apply to
PAUL a TRENHOLM, Agent,
octl0-5 No. 3 Union Wharves.
QHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
PACOTC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANYS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pl*r<<^jfiftav
No. 42, North River, lootof Canal stre?ir..2a?aBea5Z
New York, at 12 o'oiock noon, of the lum w3
and 80th or every month, except when these dates
rall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All dep.^ri ur es connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacific and Cest ral American ports,
For Japan and China, steamers leave Sau Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
No california Steamers touch at Havana, bat
go direct from New.York to AsplnwalL
One hundred pou - i da baggage free to each ad nit.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on toe
whurf foot of Canal street, NortQ River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
JGIOB LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
Will dispatch one of their flrat-olaas, foil powei
Iron Screw steamships from
PIER No. 4? N. IL, EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Offloe Na 29 Broadway) $80
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 WaU street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through BIHB Lading to Liverpool lasuei
ny the Charleston ana New York Steamers, whlol
make oloae connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
mays or wv. A. OOURTENAY._
TOOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest Cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Hides, suns, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
Dealers m COTTON, Naval Stores and Scotch
Pig iron. jnayao-mwflyr
REGULAS LINE FOR GEORGETOWN,
S. C., TOUCHING AT SOOTH ISLAND, '
KE1THFIELD AND WAVERLY MILLS. . .! *
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain 0. J .^ir*??"^
0. White,wm receive Frelgtit every?AJyXJJL;
MOND?T aaa TUES DAT at Gomsieroiai (react, :
and leave as above every TUBSDAT NIGHT, at 9
o'clock natu farther notice.
Will touch at Weymouth Mills every alternate;
freight and wharfage pepal J. 1
For engagements apply to . . f
SHACKELFORD A KELLT,
oct7-tnthc3mOB Agents, North Atlantic Wharf.
QHANGE OF SCHEDULE. i
MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
(UNTIL FTKTHKE Nonoi.)
On and after WBDNBSDAT, the 28d _ ?r**hj
instant, the fellowing will be run : jttSBK'
.?s???J?*-110"* Pieaaant at lo E iL, i.
ana bx o'cock P. M.
p.M.av?0ItyIor Ii,and 10 A- ?nd 3 o'clock'.
?ndItfSSp^ror 01ty ftt8.**
r Leave Island for City at ll A M., and <x o'clock
s? ??a the City erny MOMBAY
S?T T???06*. aodfroathe Island every
*??DAT, TuwDAY and THUBSDAT, at 7? o'clock
o'Socl"p'MF^fHT,,NSEL7ED ?aifPMt a
OCtitM E. PRENDERO AST, Agent. !
CHARLESTON AND PEEDEE STEAMERS, '
BETWEEN CHARLESTON, 8. C., AND GARD?
NER'S BLUPF, PEEDEE RIVER, >
GEORGETOWN, SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY AND
KEITHFIELD MILLS. '
Steamer PLANTER.Cant J Ti Postar t
Steamer SWAM....oS ?/LjjSR
The PLANTER leaves Charleston _ ?ijr?WL [
and ths S WAS leaves Gardners &CBC'
BlnflT every TUESDAY NIGHT, conntjetmr on the
R.ver. . -77 ;
Freight received at Accommodatlda wharf
paid7 Mom)AT and TwsoAT.and man t?pre-.
??h?D?Ilta t0 llle of th? Agenta wfli be for?
warded free or storage or commission.
on b^artWorto0rPft5BagC,applyW> 0*Ptt,M:
KAVENEL, HOLMES A co., Agents, j
poB FLO sr v A, ;
VIA SAY ANN AB-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid side-wheel steamer . -**?a.
DICTATOR, captain L. M. Coxerter,
om POINT, Captain George E. McMfflan^rffl,
leave charleston every TUM DAT sud Fain AT,
EVJ-NINQS, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JAUKSOBTYILLM. PAUATKZ ASO
AAA. UANDINO? ON ST. JOHN'S 1UVKK
Returning, DICTATOR W?1 lea ve PA LATKA Fal-'
DAT MOBNINO. and HAVAt?NAU f?KDAT MOBMDt?
arriving here STJNDAT Afraai?O'W. . "i - f
CITY POINT will 1-ave PAL ATE A MOTOAT
MOBNINO and SAVANNAH-WlDNlSDAT MOBK.
INO, arriving here WKDNSSBAY AmBi OOH. .
Connection ls made at Fernandina with Rail?
road for New Orleans asd Havana, vu Cedar
Ke-s; at Jacksonville wira steamer STARLIGHT
for Mellon ville. Et terprise and Upper St Jo?a'i
River; at Toool with Railroad for St. Augus?
tine; and at Pa: at ka with Steamers for the Cok
lawaha River. . 1
All freight for Way Landings mast be prepaid
on wharf. , ? ' ?>
For FreUrht or Passage, having elegant ae-t
commodaUons, apply to
RA VEN BL A CO., Agents, ;
Gamer Vanderhorst'i Wharf aodBast Bay.
rji 0 W I N Gl T 0 T I jg QI:
The powerful steam Tug RE PUB- -JT^j^
LIO, Melville, commauder, haa^^BHsfi
been fltted ont most complete for Ibu ?atou !S3i
is prepared to Tew V?asela of any slae tn tba
harbor to sea and the adjacent Phosphate Works
at Su Helena; also to and from Charleston to Sa?
vannah upon the moe- ress nable terms.
Arrangements may be made with Captain
MELVILLE on board, or ac the Agents' office. ' 1
ROACH ft M9FPE iT, Agents. ;
t fS B.-She has wrecking Pumps for assisting
vcsseli in distress and putting oat flies, ?fcc '
Sep2S.lmo y ri'l; ;
gfrcog ana fiXteuirus.
BUGS AND MEDICINE?.
WHOLESALE ?fe HETAH?
' ? ' : u
DR. H. BAER,
NO. 131 MEETING bTREET,
offers bis Large and Well-Assorted Stock of ')
MEDICINES, v .' q
CHEMICALS, ~ ,
TOILET ARTICLES, ' .
FANCY GOODS, '
?c, ?io?, dbe.,
AT TOB LOWEST MARKET KATES.
Constantly on hand all the ding Proprietary
I Medlotnee- V . i
FRENCH, ENQLI8H, GERMAN ANO
FOUNTAIN SYRINGES, the best and most con
I ventent for general use.
Also, every other kind of Syringe known In the
I market. ' . , ,
Trasses, Abdominal Supporters, . Shoulder.
[Braces, Abdominal Belts, Physicians' saddle
Bags, Physicians' Pocket-Cases, Elastic Stoektngs
! and Medicine chests.
Druggists' Glassware, of every description, a ;
j the lowest rates, and a foll assortment of "Drug*
I gists' Sund rles."
Agent for Nattan's "Crystal Discovery for tnt
I Hair.? . w
Agent for the "New York Medical University's
I Agent for Bison's Tobacco Antidote,' tad Up*
ham's Antidote Co strong Drink. ' " v
Agent for the elegant preparations or w. R,
Warner A Co., of Philadelphia, consisting of a
I fud line of Fluid Extracts, Sngjr-Ooated Pula,
Elixirs, Medicated Wines and syrups, Ll cortes
I and Pepsin Lozenges, Ac, Ac
Special attention ts directed to the following
I arttcles of his own manufacture:
GERMAN SOOTHING COSDUII
An excellent Carminative, invaluable m the
diseases incident to the period of dentition
children; as also ta colic, dlarracea, dysentery;
and other infantile complaints. It ls superior to
other medicines used for this purpose, sa lt ia en?
tirely free from any Injuri?os drug, and
CONTAINS NO ANODYNE I
It ls recommended by the best physicians, and
I mothers may administer lt with, confidence.
THE EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIO, ;
J ls a carefully prepared Dressing for the hair, at
once answering the purposes of nair oil, bair
wash, and hair tonic. It contatas no sulphur
I lead, or nitrate of silver, and ls
NO DYE I
lt will promote a healthy growth of hair, and
J prevent their falling out, and will not tajare tits
I general system.
Baer s Improved Vegetable I .
A gentle Aperient, of purely vegetable sub?
stances, recommended for Dyspepsia, Headache
Constipation, Ac, Ac
DOUBLE DISTILLED BENZINS?
for removing grease spots, and cleaning clothes.
None bat th Purest Drags osed, and satisfac?
tion guaranted, both as to price and quality. >
Order are solicited from Druggists, Phys clans,
Oonntry Merchants, Planters and others, with tba
assurance that they shall receive prompt and
eartui attention. mcb7*smospeaw '