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MEETING* TRIS DAY.
Friendship Lodge, K. P., at hali-paat 7 P. M.
AUCTION 8ALES THIS DAT.
A. 100180* Bona will Bell at - o'clock, on
Central Wharf, Porto Elco sogar.
Leitch & Bruns will sell at U o'clock, near
the Poatoffloe, real estate.
William McKay will sell at 9 o'clock, at the
Calder House, fornitura, Ac.; and at half-past
10 o'clock, at his atore, dry gooda, Ac.
Paul B. Lalane A Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their store, mackerel, batter,'Aa
. Steffens, Werner A Daoker will sell at 9 ;
o'clock, at their stores, batter, strips, Ac.
Henry Cobla A Co. will sell at half-past 9
o'clock, at their atore, shoulders, bams, Ac.
Lauroy, Alexander A Co. will sell at half
past 9 o'clock, at their store, bellies, strips,
John G. M11 nor A Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, dry goods, clothing, Ac.
,t$ ? .-... ?
The range of the thermou ot ir yeaterday,
at the drug atore of Dr. Jos. Blackman, on
the south aide of Broad Btreet, was as follows:
8 A. M., 60f 10 A. M., 66; 12 M, 68; 2 P. M., 71;
AJP. H., 63; BP. M.*, 66; 8 P. M., 64.
S ON ORARI Y EXONERATED.
We publish with great pleasure the following
letter from Professor HalUefert to Messrs. M.
Goldsmith A Soo, offering a discontinuance of
the case Instituted by him as prosecutor
against them. Upon the reading of this ex?
onerating letter the aolloltor, with the ap?
proval ol the court, had the case dismissed :
CHARLESTON, October 26, 1872.
Masar*. M. Goldsmith A Son :
GENTLEMEN-Waiving all questions aa to
ownership, aatbfled after a tborongh exami?
nation ol the case that your purchase of tbe
Iron in question was mir and lo good faith, and
that the Indictment must fall, Twill early on
Monday morning next request the solicitor to
discontinue the prosecution. Unavoidable
absence from the city has delayed my making
the request, -yarr respeottaUy,
(Signed) B. MJJLLKFKRT.
.. .V-'. t?r> KA i
APFODmcBKTS.-The Governor has appoint?
ed Louis Schlier trial justice fer Edgefleld
County, vice James P. Harting, who has left
the coanty; James Pather has been appointed
a trial Justice for Horry County.
ANOTHER GLV-HOUSB Bowran.-A corres?
pondent, writes, to TBS Nxws from Indian
town, 8. C., under date of the 26th lnat:
"The gin -house of Mr. W. H. Ken nedy, a few
miles distant from this place, together with
corten presa, a large quantity of seed, and a
little cotton, was totally destroyed by ure on
last Tuesday nigh t,. It was evidently the work
frf an incendiary. Mr. Kennedy was in
Charleston the night It happened," . .
TH? 8HTP ENERGY J ND CAROO TO BI WRICK
KD.-The ship Energy, from Cardin* for Port
BoyaL, 8. C., -srhioh wes lately stranded, on the
Hoi ting Islands, with a valuable cargo of rail?
road Iron, .ls, we learni'to be placed In charge
or Professor M?illefert, who will proceed from
this port with bis Improved diving and wreck
tog machinery, and eade&Tor to aware the
whole or apart of the valuable freight of Iron
in that ship at the time or ber stranding. Thia
arrangement baa, we understand, been made
through Messina. Roach A Moflo11, of our city.
ACCIDENT COT THE SOOTH CAROLINA RAIL?
ROAD. -The passe nger train o a the Sooth Car?
olina Railroad, doe In .this city, at half-past
fonro'ciook yesterday afternoon, did a ot ar?
rive until seven la the evening. The delay
waa occasioned by the breaking of one of the
trucks of a box ear attached to a freight train.
The accident occurred about two miles south
of Rowe's Pump, on the Columbia brach. Sev
erairaUa were torn from the track before tbe'
known to ba broken. Nobody was
' TEE BANK OF CHARLESTON.-The first In?
stalments of the newly printed billa of the
Bank of Charleston National Banking Asso?
ciation were received yesterday morning
from the treasury department, and will soon
ba found in general circulation. They are
printed In denominations of one, five, ten,
fifty and one hundred dollars, and are, ol
course, uniform with the bills of correspond-.
lng d?nominations issued by tho national
banka throughout the country Ia all respects
except ?be name oi tho bauk. The authorized
circulation of the Bank of Charleston la five
hundred ttiouzand dollars.
.twsftWfl .-? .' -?' .
PaaaoNAL.-Mr. W. H. Rivera, the general
agent of Messrs. W. W. BOBt wi ck A Co., Cin?
cinnati, la In the city making arrangements
for the aile, by subscription, of an engraved
portrait, of Lieut-General Joseph E. Johnston,
lately:?nbllshod by that firm and forming tbe
third of a aeries of mezzotint po rtraits of the
Confederate chieftains of which the portraits
Of General Robert E. Lee and Lieutenant
General '.^Stonewall" Jackson, have already
boenglven to the public. V'"
We bad the pleasure ola call yesterday from
ItjgBff'L. Gentry, travelling agent a nd corres?
pondent of the" Savannah Ne we, who lawmaking
allying visit to Charleston In tbe Interest of
blapaper. Tbe News, Uko most of its name?
sake* throughout the country, la a ll ve ly, en?
terprising and . prosperous Journal, and well
worthy pi the patronage ol any of our mer
cba^ta who desire the services of aa advert??,
lag medium of large circulation In Savannah
and vicinity:- - -.
, A Nsw AND BEAUTIFUL CRAFT.-There ar?
rived here on Saturday last a floe specimen
ol th a nautical art in the clipper schooner
CarriaBonneii, irom Baracoa. Since the war
the fruit and vegetable trade has assumed
large and Increasing proportions, and tbe bu?
siness hais been more systematized and great?
ly extended. Several of onr merchants have
entered largely into the trade, and among
others tbe enterprialng Arm of Messrs. Paul,
Welch* Co. These gentlemen carry on an
extensive business with all parts of the inte?
rior, and Import heavily of oran gea, bananas,
ooooanats and other West India growths, as
well as all descriptions ot Northern fruits ana
vegetables. They have been steadily en?
larging and extending their operations, and
have now added td their facilities the part
ownership In a beautiful vessel, the Carrie
Bonneli. This One schooner was built the
past season at Bath, Me., ander tba supervis?
ion of Captain Joan H. Tink ham, a veteran
salt, who was educated in that great school
lor seamen, the cod land mackerel fishery,
and who will command ber. This vessel ls
perfect to construction, ber Unes and general
appearance giving indication of fine sea
qualities, great speed and complete comfort
and safety. Her cabin and outfit Ia very su?
perior, and. for the trait trade appears to be
ali that could be desired. Her lower fasten?
ings are composition, the upper galvanized
Iron, and ber material mostly ot the best oak
and hackmetack. She la about one hundred
tons, and coat some twelve thousand dollars.
Her enterprising owners deserve the best
Uni ted Slate? Court.
G. M. WllklrJB, ofTRIchlandi was finally dis?
charged from bankruptcy.
The compromise suggested by Registrar
ClawBon !n the case of Wm. Weat, bankrupt,
was sanctioned by the court, and the assignee
was Instructed to advertise a portion of the
bankrupt's property for sale at auction.
M. P. O'Connor was allowed compensation
for legal services rendered in the case ol E. F.
schachte and John H. Touhey, bankrupts.
A. H. Brown was allowed counsel lee In the
case of J. B. Kirkpatrick, surviving partner
' of J. ? J. D. Kirkpatrick', bankrupts.
Tbe assets of James S. G. May rant, bank?
rupt, were ordered to be sold, and the Hen
crediton] were ordered to prove their claims
before Registrar Jaeger, at Newberry, by tbe
first Monday In December.
The petition of Strauss, Vance & Co., to
establish Hen against .the steamship Mooeka,
In the oase^-R B:.White, bankrupt, was re?
ferred to Registrar Carpenter for a report.
Tuesday arti' Thursday of each week were
appointed court days.
~- Inferior court.
The following cases were stricken from the
docket: Joseph Roolsden, assault with in?
tent to kill, and assault and batter j; William
F. Redding, same charge; Henry Harrison,
assault and battery; Moses Goldsmith and A.
A. Goldsmith, receiving stolen goods. i
"'- Fra?k Tl.omas was found guilty of assault j
. Nassau Givens and Robert Lloyd were
lound not gailty of grand larceny. |
Frank Ladson, James Rivers and Alexander
Grant were fonnd not guilty of malicious mis?
The grand Jury made the foi lo wing findings:
True bills : Augustus Edwards, assault with
Intent to kill and assault and battery; Thomas
Young, swindling and lalse pretensions; Peter
Nelson, forcible entry and detainer; D. Muller,
assault and battery; William B. Fraser, same
charge; William Wilson, housebreaking, and
No bills: G. W. Johnson, assault with Intent
to kill and assault and battery; John Cbeenut,
assault and battery; Moses Lee, same charge;
Henry Drano, aame|oharge; Daniel L. McCar?
thy, forcible entry and larceny.
The grand jury were discharged, after mak?
ing the following presentment :
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 28,1872.
lb His Honor, George Lee, Judge of the Crim?
inal Court :
The grand jury duly drawn and empanelled
In and tor the County of Charleston, do respect?
fully present to this honorable court that they
have made an examination, touching to some
extent matters and things with wnlch they
nave been charged by law, and pursuant to j
the Instructions of the court.
They first directed their attention to the
negligence ot some ofthe officers of tua court,
falling to discharge their necessary dulles that I
caused the business of this court to be much
obstructed; resulting, particularly, by bot pro?
curing material witnesses in time for many
While on this subject, they will call your
Honora attention to thia- matter, that prison?
ers are now being held, and have-been la con?
finement for the past eighty or ninety days,
caused In part from this same dereliction or
duty, though a portion of this blame ls to be
attached to trial Justices. They too, to a con?
siderable extent, having accepted many straw
bonds, which shows negligence on their part,
and also a non-compliance with the law.
The grand Jury, therefore, do respectfully
recommend that the court uso Its.earnest vigi?
lance by ordering or Instructing these officers
hereafter to comply strictly with the law, so
that snob unnecessary evU may not occur
They regret to say while visiting several of
the trial justices' offices to examine their re?
cords, Ac., they found some of their dockets
kept in an Irregular and Incomplete form. It
seemed of little consequence to many of them
whether their dockets were correct, systemat?
ics! or otherwise.
As an instance of the fact they failed to find
la some of these dockets the comparative
[ number of prisoners committed to Jail, many
ot their booKB failing far short of tbe total
number of prisoners received by the Jailor.
I For Information of the court we will show
the number of prisoners committed, and by
i whom, wblob are aa follows, viz :
Tria i Justice H. w. Schroder.43 prisoners.
Trutl Justice L. L Wolfe.28 prisoner*.
Trial Justice W. T. Lovett.17 pr ison ere.
Trial Justice M. OanLfletd..07 prisoners.
Trial Justice A. M. Mackey.28 prisoners.
1 rial Justice J. 0. Mackey.;.80 prisoners.
I Trial Jnstico Q. R. Levy.40 prisoners.
I Trial J usuco K. B. seabrook.1 prisoner.
I Trial Justice Wm. Ko um....9 prisoners.
i Trial Justice Wm. McKinlay..18 prisoners.
Trial Justice E. P. Walu....s prisaners.
These prisoners have been confined from one
to ten days-a lew for a period of thirty days.
This statement la given, bearing date from the
23d day ol July, 1871, to the 25th of October,
1872.~ ' . - %
Toe grand Jury a so visited the Jail, and
fonnd the same In no better condition than
heretofore reported, and are compelled airain
to bring.to the attention of your honor: The
importance of immediate repairs to the roof
of tbe tower, the same being m a leaky condi?
tion; also, to a burge number of broken win?
dow glasses, and the Imp?rtanos ot having a
store immediately placed on the basement
floor In the tower, which, if not attended to,
I will produce much Hi-health and discomfort to
the prisoners therein confined. There are
now under confinement about fifty persons.
The outer buildings attached to the Court*
house are In a miserable condition, and the
repairing of the same demands the immediate
attention of those officers who have them In
Now, may lt please the court, the grand Jury
are about to be discharged and to leave you as
a body, and while having served as Jurors
under your charge and instructions, they
trust to have given your honor perfect satis?
faction tn all of their duties.
They do respectfully ask the court's atten?
tion to this tact: While composed of eighteen
men, many ot them not having those advan?
tages or education which others have had,
nevertheless they have striven to do their
duty with honesty and laltbiulneas, and to the
best of their ability, and without fear orlavor.
It waa unpleasant to many of them a few days
ago to have beard remarked In open court
that they as a body represented nothing but
stupidity and Ignorance, bnt while the gentle?
man, D. T. Corbin, who so Insinuated, may be
educated, honest, learned In the law, Ac,
they thought he should have been amongst the
last to attempt to degrade such as themselves;
possibly, through passion, tbe gentleman had
lorgotten the Important fact that ali, or moat
of them, were once amongBt those ol his con?
The grand Jury desire to return their slnoere
thanks to the officers of this honorable court
for their cordial co-operailon in the discharge
of their duties. Respectfully submitted.
Jos. P. HOWARD,
Foreman Grand Jury, Charleston County.
Stepnney Riley, obstructing the platform of
the Northeastern Railroad depot, with his car?
riage, two dollars. Charles Bright, disorder?
ly and forcing his way Into the circus, one
dollar or ten days. James Hayden and Allen
Gardner, disorderly, one dollar or ten days
each. Stephen Waring and John Alexander,
drunk, disorderly and fighting, two dollars or j
twenty days each.. Rachel McGlnnls, drunk
and disorderly, two dollars or twenty days.
.lameB Drayton, tapping the till of J. C. H.
Harbers, thirty days. Anderson Miller, drunk,
disorderly and rertstlng the police, two dol?
lars or twenty days. Andrew Bryan, disor?
derly, two douars or twenty days. M. Pow?
ers, scavenger of Ward 4, dereliction of dnty
five dollars. Rebecca Fordham, disorderly]
two dollars or twenty days. John Williams'
disorderly, two doUars or twenty days. Wil?
liam Burke, drunk, one dollar or ten days.
A dog, at large, one dollar. A dangerous hole
In Calhoun street, near Elizabeth, referred to
Trini Jruttcea' Coarta.
J. Rlvero Riabae, mate of the Spanish brig
Augusta Elisha, was before Trial Justice Levy,
yesterday, charged with assault and battery
on a aailor. He was fonnd guilty of assault,
and fined fifty cents and costa.
John Coutrier was committed to Jail for ex
ami nation on the charge of stealing eight
palra of Bhoea from a case on board the steam?
er Pilot Boy.
Untied States Commissioner's Office.
The negroes who were arrested several
days ago, charged with creating a riot at the
Six-Mile House, on election day, were yes?
terday discharged for want of evidence against
A MEMORIAL MEETING.
Tribute by the Chamber of Commerce
to tbe memory of Ita Deceased Mem?
The regular quarterly meeting of the Cham?
ber of Commerce waa held last evening, at
the Chamber ol Commerce building, President
8. 7. Tupper lo the chair.
After the reading of the minutes of the last
monthly meeting by the secretary, Mr. Barbot,
the applications of the following gentlemen
for membership were acted upon, and each
applicant was unanimously admitted : Mr. F.
P. Soignions, Mr. Wm. B. Burden, Captain
James'Berry, and Mr. A. B. Ford. The resig?
nations of Mr. A. N. Jackson and Captain
John C. Minott were received and accepted.
This concluded the routine business of the
evening, and tbe president next addressed
the Chamber upon the subject of the deaths
that had occurred among Its membership
since the last meeting. He Bald :
It bas ever been the custom of this Chamber
to do reverence to ita dead, and lt isa custom
most to be ? honored lu its continued ob?
Our records are filled with these tributes to
departed worth, and the lesson ls a wise and
salutary one when lt recalls to memory tbe
virtues of those who have passed from among
At our last meeting the names of three
most prominent members were stricken irom
the roll of the living and transferred to that
longer and still lengthening roll ol deatb, and
now again to-night lt becomes my ead duty
officially to announce to you the decease ot
four others, equally prominent and respected
at, members of this Chamoer.
Charles M. Furman, Thaddeus Kelly, Chas.
N. Hubert and Henry E. Seabrook have passed
from time to eternity. Each in their sphere
and particular avocation had faithfully dis?
charged the duties ol life, and have left be?
hind them the reputation of good and hono?
The lives of such men are a part of the his?
tory of this chamber. Their industry, enter?
prise and integrity. gaVe to us character and
r?putation. Their prosperity insured to us
success and usefulness, and their example and
good names now remain with us as a part ol
the valued and most lasting treasures of this
society. It well becomes us to pay tue custo?
mary tribute to their memory.
But before I Invite your action in relation to
these recently deceased members, lt ls first In
order to inform yon that the committee ap?
pointed some months previous to prepare a
suitable tribute to the memory of the Hon.
Alfred Huger ask for further time, not being
yet prepared to report.
At the conclusion ol Captain Topper's re?
marks, Mr. C. Bichardson Miles was called
upon to express the tribute of the Chamber to
the memory ol the late Charles M. Furman,
Esq., and after a few Introductory remarks,
In which a striking parallel waa drawn be?
tween the characters of Mr. Furman and the
late Mr. Alfred Huger, Mr. Miles read an elo?
quent tri bu te to the memory of the former,
walch bad been prepared for Inscription upon
the minutes of the Chamber,
a Colonel G. H. Walter waa next called upon
for a tribute to the memory of the late Charlee.
N. Hubert, Esq., and he read a preamble and
resolutions eulogizing the worthy, consistent
and honored life of the deceased member,
whloh were unanimously adopted.
Mr. Stephen Howard next offered a series
of resolutions of respect to the memory of the
late Mr. Henry Seabrook, which were also
A communication was then read from Mr.
M. P. O'Connor, briefly sketching the history
of the late Mr. Thaddeus Kelly, and speaking
lu feeling, graceful and appropriate terms of
the character of the deceased, and the letter
was ordered to be Inscribed upon the minutes.
The full texts of the various tributes was then
ordered to be published in THE. NEWS, and
they will appear in the paper of to-morrow.
On motion of John Hanckel, Esq., the meet?
ing then adjourned, and the members pro
- ceoded to do full Justice to the customary col?
lation, whloh forms an Invariable and ag ree a.
ble adjunct to the quarterly assemblages of
-Tbe Comet Light Infantry, colored, gave
a concert last evening at the Military Hall.
-A regular meeting of Council will be held
-General Joseph E. Johnston and family
arrived irom Savannah yesterday evening.
They are staying at the Charleston Hotel.
-The steamship South Carolina, detained
here by bad weather nntll Friday last, arrived
at New York yesterday.
-The steamer Huntsville has been libelled
by the owners bf the steamer San Salvador, at
Savannah, lo a case of salvage.
-Deputy United States Marshal A. F. Far?
rar has been commissioned a captain of the
National Guards of Booth Carolina by Gover?
-The boy Magrath, who stabbed another
boy named Morrisey in Mazyck street, a short
time ago, has been released from Jail Mor
rlsaey'a physician having pronounced him out
-Messrs. John F. Taylor A Co. completed
yesterday the work of putting new boilers
Into the Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Company's ferry steamer, Fannie. The steam?
er will be ready for use In a few days.
-A boree attached to a spring cart fell
down yesterday in King street, a short dis?
tance above Calhoun. lt did not rise at once,
In consequence ot which it was brutally
beaten by the driver. Moral, a society is
needed in Charleston for the prevention of
cruelty to animals.
-The dead body of a white man was found
yesterday oa the eastern shore of Ashley
River, near tbe Atlantic Phosphate Works, by
Mr. C. W. Crouch. Mr. Crouoh reported the
fact at the upper Guardhouse last evening.
The coroner was notified, and an inquest will
probably be held this morning.
-Hector Gardner, a notorious fowl thief
and burglar, who escaped from jail, in this
city, a short time since, was arrested last Sat?
urday evening in the circus on a charge of
; having committed a robbery In Aiken. Yes?
terday be was turned over to the sheriff fer
safe-keeping, but he once more effected his
escape while a constable was taking bim to
jail. This constitutes the fourth or fifth time
that he has escaped the clutches of the law.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-OCTOBER 28.
W. K. Spring, Boston; B. T. Hoyt, wife and
child, Borne, J. S. Brockiogton, Klngstree; W.
G. Simms, New York; J. M. Staggers and
wife, Klngstree; D. G. McK. White, South
Carolina; D. Levi, Manning; J. P. Harvey,
Oakley; J. Marshall, New York; M. N. Biley,
E. W. Brantley, Miss C. A. McCants, T. B.
McCants, Orangeburg; J. B. Cain, J. M. Allen,
Barnwell; A. H. Brabham, W. W. Best, South
Carolina; J. G. Foster, Coosaw.
B. N. Bloom, Columbia; 8. Blumenthal, R.
L. Gentry, Savannah; L. Brumer, Augusta; B.
DeTrevllle, Summerville; J. 3. Flliebrown,
Darlington; General Joseph E. Johnston, wife
and servant, Savannah.
Mr*. Bowen's Success Lag! Night.
Mrs. D. P. Bowers opened at the Academy
last evening, In a dramatization ol Miss Brad
don's well-known novel of "Lady Audley'a
We need not recapitulate the incidents of
the play, which follows the plot of the novel
pretty closely. "Lady Audley" was the first
hook that brought its author Into notice, and
with her the race of yellow-haired tigresses
first came into vogue. Nothing, of course, can
make such a character as that of MIBB Brad"
don's heroine natural. As matter of fact, ladles
In the nineteenth century do not change their
names and pretend to be dead In order to
marry, under a new personality, wealthy and
credulous old baronets; nor do they throw In?
convenient first husbands down-wells and try
to burn people In their beds. Consequently,
the presentation of suoh a character on the
stage cannot be said to be, In the higher and
artistic sense of the phrase, holding the mirror
up to natnre. But there are tragic elements
in euch a conception, nevertheless; and what?
ever we may think of the propriety of import?
ing Medea Into the midst of the unromantic
civilization ot the present day, lt must, at least,
be admitted that Medea, In an English manor
house, might be expected to behave very
much ? la Lady Audley.
And so we may say that, granting the role
ot the tawny-dressed fiend to be a legitimate
one, lt could hardly have been mnch better
expounded that lt was last evening by Mrs.
Bowers. Her stage presence ls fine and Im?
pressive, her figure ls good, and ber gesture
and elocution are natural, correct and har?
monious. Her voice, too, though the remains
of a severe cold impaired Us fullness and
truth last evening, 1B strong and musical, and
capable of artistic modulation. She was cool?
ly received at first, but aa the dramatic pas?
sion of the play mounted towards Its climax,
"the cunning of the scene" woke the slum?
bering sympathy of the house, and at tbe
close of the second act a long-sustained ap?
plause brought the actress bet?re the curtain
From this point onwards a steady growth of
power waa manifest, culminating, perhaps, at
the close of the third act, when the maddened,
guilty, ide-traoked woman rushes forth to
burn the cottage which shelters her enemies.
The brlel fourth act, which ends the play,
furnishes some striking tableaux, bat hardly
intensifies the dramatic situation. The cur?
tain fell finally, leaving tbs audience evident?
ly fully satisfied, and Mrs. Bowers waa again
In her strictly tragic acting Mrs. Bowen de?
serves very high commendation. The lighter
parts of the role were not quite BO successful.
The vivacity was somewhat more forced than
natural with BO versatile a character as Lady
Audley's ia meant to be, and the effort in this
direction was rattier too apparent. But on the
whole we are Inclined to prefer Mrs. Bowers
to Janauschek, with whom she has often been
compared. Of thia, however, we can Judge
better when we have seen her In "Elizabeth'?
and "Mary Stuart,"
The support was unusually good as a whole.
Mr. McOollom is an actor of merit-easy, natu?
ral, and not over strained. Miss Bich aa Alicia
Audley and Mr. Nichols aa Luke Marks, also
contributed efficiently to the success of the
The house waa a full one, but not aa orowded
as lt certainly will be to-night, and aa Mrs.
Bowers's talents deserve. We desire espe?
cially to call tbe attention of the management
to the disgraceful conduct of the gallery. The
noise and rude laughter In that portion of the
house last evening was simply intolerable. If
the gallery cannot be prevented from annoy?
ing the reat of the audience it had certainly
better be closed.
anderson, tue Illusionist,
ls making a tour of the principal Southern
cities, and 1B announced to give a season of
three nights, at Hibernian Hall, commencing
Tuesday, November 12. The principal fea?
tures of bis exhibition are the sleight of hand'
illusions, introducing all the latest novelties
of ihe necromantic art, the ?rial suspension,
with novel and startling effects by Leona An?
derson, and the plano performances by Pro-:
f essor Shubert. At the conclusion of each en?
tertainment one hnnored presents will be dis-'
tributed among the audience.
OUR STEAM FLEET. '
Arrival or the New Steamer Louisa, of
the Georgetown Line.
The new steamer Louisa, built at George?
town, 8. C., by Mr. H. Walker for Mr. A. Mor?
gan, of that place, arrived In this city on
Saturday evening. She was towed hither by
ihe steamer Emilie for the purpose of receiv?
ing her machinery, which has been manu?
factured at the Phoenix Iron Works of thia
city. Tbe Louisa ls the sister boat of the
Reliance, which was fully described In THE
NEWS of Aogust 30th last. She ls. however,
longer and narrower than the Reliance, being
one hundred and fifty-five feet long over all,
and twenty-nine feet beam, while the latter ix
one hundred and fifty feet long and forty-nine
feet beam. She has accommodations for about
twenty passengers, which consist of a long
saloon upon the upper deck, with staterooms
on either Bide. Her freight capacity ls about
fourteen hundred bales ot cotton. Her esti?
mated speed ls nine to ten miles per hour In
good weather. The work of putting in her
machinery will be completed by the first of
December. The machinery consists of two
one hnndred horse-power, high pressure en?
gines, designed by Mr. E. M. Troth, the Junior
member of the firm of John F. Taylor ? Co.
A SEA ISLAND MTSTERT.
Ghastly Evidences of Foul Play on a
Corpse Washed Up by the Waves.
There seems to be a horrible mystery con?
nected with the death of-j.be negro mail1
whose body was found in the James Island
marsh last Friday. At ihe examination of the
body, made by the Jury of inquest, it exhibit?
ed many signs of having been brutally mur?
dered. The left leg was lopped off Just below
the knee Joint, the breast exhibited a hideous
wound upon the left side, and there waa a
large perpendicular fracture upon the back
part of the skull. Another suspicious circum?
stance lay in the fact that the body waa found
in a perfectly nude state. The flesh had been
stripped from the head, bands and legs, but
the trunk waa comparatively Intact. The
skin was of a very black hue, and the frame
was that ot a man above the medium size, ?j
The Jurymen were ail. convinced that-the
subject of the Inquest bad not been drowned,'
and they accordingly rendered a yerdiot of
death by unknown means. The body was ex?
amined by the brother or the man Mitchell,
who, as mentioned in THE NEWS at the time,
was drowned in Ashley River about a week
ago, but it proved not to be the one be was In
quest ot, and it was evident that it was not
one of the Ave colored fishermen who were
lOBt off the harbor on tbe 19th instant, from
the tact that none of those men were quite
DROWNING ACCIDENT.-Edward Steele, a
colored boy about fourteen years of age, em?
ployed as a deck band on the steam tug Re?
lief, feU overboard from the deck ofthat ves?
sel yesterday morning, and bet?re assistance
could reach bim be was struck by the wheel
RAILROAD MEETINGS.-A special meeting o?
the stockholders ot the Wilmington and Wel?
don Railroad will be held at the president's
office, in Wilmington, on Wednesday, Novem?
ber 20, to consider the question of the lease of
said road to the Wilmington, Columbia and Au?
gusta Railroad. The stockholders of the Wil?
mington, Columbia and Augusta Railroad will
also meet at the same time and place to con?
sider the same question.
.: BUSINE? 8 NOTICES.
MEDICAL BUBBLES.-Columns would be re?
quired to enumerate the medical bubbles that
have risen to the surface and burst since Hos
tetter's Stomach Bitters became the standard
tonic of the Western Hemisphere. Boasts the
most extravagant, fabrications the most pre?
posterous, cant the most sickening, have in |
turn been employed to bolster up the worth?
less preparations that have from time to time
been introduced, In the hope of dividing the
field with that famous vegetable remedy.
Signal failure has been the lot of each and all.
The reputation of the Bitters aa a preventive
of epidemics, a stomachic, an lnvlgorant, a
general restorative, and a specific lor indi?
gestion, bilious affections, rheumatism, nerv?
ous debility, constitutional woakness, par
oirysmal fevers, and all complainte to which
tte more sensitive sex are exclusively liable,
is established upon tho sound basis of more
than twenty years' experience, and can no
more be shaken by the clap-trap nostrums of
unscientific pretenders than tho everlasting
hills by tte winds that rustle through .heir
dollies." ' " 0c"t29^talh83Dftw
FIBST-CLASS BOARD IX NEW YORK.-Visi?
tors to New York City from the South, who,
ace In quest of oholce accommodations, but
prefer to avoid the bustle and expense ol ino tel
lite, can obtain pleasant and first-class board
a ; moderate rates In one of the most desirable
neighborhoods of the great metropolis, by ap
pl}iogtoNo. 9 West Twenty-ninth street, a
few doora from Broadway.. . ;.,..
FtTROHOOTT, BENEDICT i Co. offer thia
week great bargains In Carpets, Rugs, Drug?
gets, Oil Cloths, ?bc.; also spacial bargains In
Cloths of all description.
GENTS1 FURNISHING GOODS.-The best as
j sort ment In town can. be found at Furchgott,
Benedict & Co.
FoROHOOTT, BENEDICT ? Co. offer a very
fine Kid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,
IL 86. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated j
Cheilley's Kid Gloves, sold under guan.ntee,
lor whloh we are the ?ole agents. +
WHAT THERE ls le il; of those four hundred
Singer Sewing'Machines lor sale for cash,
with discount off, ot* on Instalments of ten
I dollars per month. ooi26-utu4
THE FINEST AND PUREST FRENCH CCNEEC
TTONKRT ever offered In this city has j nat been
received at Yon Santen'a, 229 King street, and
connoisseurs are respectfully requested to
Inspect and sample lt before they purchase
CROQUET SEASON.-We are now furnishing
I our customers with Croquet at $3 25. HASEL
j STREET BAZAAR. . - . apr27-sluth
CHROMOS_To cl os 3 out the balance o: our
j tock, will seU framod Chromos from <K)c. to
ll each. Hasel stre? t Bazaar.
THE WAT WE BUCDKED.-A letter Just re?
ceived, containing an order from a lady in |
Georgia, baa the following po si script:
"I most write you ol the great satisfaction
pour goods have gl v m in our Utile town, and
J everywhere my sisters and I havo been since
I the receipt of oar lal t orders."
We fill all orders VBry carefully, and are con-1
tlnually receiving almllar testimony.
Haying returned f rom the North our stock
ls now complete. M. & ?, ASHTON, Ornamen?
tal Hair workers, Nu. 240 King street.
Fura LEAD PENCILS, rubber-tipped, 45 cents j
a dozen. HABEL ? TBE ET : BAZAAR AND . EAST.
BAT NBWB ROOM. j -, . . : ap ri 6-tu
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Yeloclpedes, Roce king-Horses, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, Aa, Just n celved at Yon Santen's,
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. 0.
PICTURE FRAMES--Oval and Square; all
sizes. Cheap I Choap 1 HABEL ST. BAZAAR.
febl3-tu . .
BOSTON-Per sohr Ohsa F Heyer-203,000 feet
Tlie Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
MONDAY K1 -SNING, October 28,1872. j
COTTON.-There wits for much of the day a I
steady and fair demand for this staple, the mar?
ket maintaining very foU ratea, bat afterwards
became somewhat qt let; sales 1100 bales, say 26
at 17, S3 at 17 X. 4 at 17X, 40 at 17X. 29 at 18, 32 at
18 1-16, 18 at 18?, 416 at 18 V, 74 at 18^, 208 at
18*. 2 at isM at lix, ll at 18X. 3 extra staple
at 20, 30 on private terms. We quote:
Ll VS B POOL CL ABS I PIO ATI ON.
Ordinary te good ordinary.17 @18
Rica-The market showing somewhat liberal
offerings or the com c .on grades the market was
slightly easier, but the better kinda were steady;
sales about 400 tierces or clean Carolina, says
tierces at 6X, 8 at ex, 01 at tx, 18 at e 016,0 at
6X, 166 at 6X.40 at 613-16,20 at tx, 126 on private
terms. We qnote common to fair at 6?6?, good
NAVAL STORES - Kecelpis light, say 16 bblsl
spirits turpentine an i 20 bbls rosin. The market
was quiet and there were no sales annonnced.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at 84 26 for vir?
gin and yellow dip and $2 60 for hard.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, direct, Xd
on uplands, nomlnrd on sea Islands; via New
York, \d on uplands,-on sea Islands; by
sall, si Od on uplands, on sea Islands nominal
To Havre, ixe on uplands. Coastwise-tn New.
York, by steam, Xe on uplands and - on sea
island.; $2? tierce on rice; 60c 9 bbl on rosin ;
by sall, -0 fl m ra cotton ; -o ? tierce on
rice; 600 ** bbl on roc In; $11@12 * M on lnmber;
$12012 60 V M on timber. To BoBt c, by steam
Xe on uplands and J2 60 * tierce on rice; by sall,
.c f ft on uplands; rosin 70c; resawed stuff
$12?12 60; timber $1 ii@l3 60; phosphate $6@5 60.
To Providence, by. tall $io@u fl M on boards;
i ? a on cotton; by steam Xe via New York.
To Philadelphia, by 1 iteam Xe on uplands; $1 75
<ft tierce on rice; soo V bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through billa of la ling given to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New England cities are regularly
Issued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By eau, $8 *B M on boards; $12 on timber;-$
ton on clay; $8 60 OD phosphate?. To Baltimore,
by steam -o f* lb; by sall $8@8 60 $ M on j
boards;-on timber; $3 60 9 ton at city; $4?
450 *? ton up river on phosphate roefc. Vessels
are in demand by our merchants to taite lumber
freights from Georgetown, s. C., Danen and SatU
la River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10@12 fi M are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills-.
DOMESTIC Exeu LNOE.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New Tort at X@X per cent, off,
and Bell at par.
Harket* Toy Teiegrapn.
_ LONDON, October 28.
i-oorL-OjDsols 92X. Fives 88?. .
Noon-Rentes 58r. PABIB, October 28...
Noon . HW YORK, October 28.
llrma? Tn$^Jfalet- ST?<*8 qnlet. Money
? lL Exchange, long, 8X;
yii7Vi6CQg,irftFn^l8,ita low?; cotton, by steam,
m&'ion sS*,e HS wim ft faction corni
mituion. sterling quiet. Geld \2\ai3.
, Noon.-cotton oPened^???^2nc.
lands 9Xda9*<-i; Orleans uvaioxd P
Evening -Cotton steaay; sales 4080 bales- nn.
lands lexc; Orleans 20><c; neTrecelp? IM baler
V^??SLSS^? ?*?n ?imreated?wvtt?
h*ie?il??wS.: October 10 e-ieaie-?c; Noveai
?8r?,1Q8.Jik1?eCember 18*a18 n-i?;'jannaiy
20; l'JrU 2?>?f 17 19>?; M*rC igiMf*
. BOSTON, October 28.
cotton Armer; middlings 20xc; net receipts 190
bales; gross receipts 677; sales aoo; stock 3000.
BALTIMORE, October 28. '
Colton firm; middlings i9Xc; net receipts 6J7
balts; gross n?cetpts 7a3; exports coastwise 2xo
Bales 200; a tu cc ie io. '
NORFOLK, October 28.
Cotton firm: low middlings 18Kc; exporte 1987
bales; sales 40); stock 8555.
WILMINGTON. ociobt?r 28.
Cotton firm; sales 37 bales ; stook 3505.
. SAVANNAH, october 28.
cotton qnlet s nd firm; middlings is^aisxc;
exports to continent 6674 bales; coastwise 8900;
sales 1822; stook 49,163; net receipts 4984.
ADGcsTA, October 28.
Cotton qnlet; middlings I7?ai8c; receipts 1672
bales; sales 696.
MEMPHIS, October 28.
Cotton dall; middlings i s xe; receipts 4606
bales; shipments 2580; s toe K 18,320.
MOBIL?, october 28.
Cotton firm; low middlings I8#c; middling 19c;
receipts 3728 bales; exports 1801; sales 600; stock
NEW ORLEANS. October 28:
Cotton actl?e: good ordinary l8Xc; low mid
dllngs l8Xc; middlings lOtfc; net receipts 3466
bales; gross 6)162; exports to continent 0901; sales
to-day looo, last evening 4000; stock ss.iei.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS,
LIVERPOOL, October 28.
Evening.-Common rosin 11s 6dil2s. Turpen?
tine 38s ed.
LONDON, October is.
Noon.-Sogar afloat 20a 84.
NEW TOBE. October 28.
Noon-Flour dull end beavy. Wheat qatet and
declining. Corn dnll and unchanged. Kork firm
at$16 90. Lard steady; steam 8>*. Turpentine
quiet at 63 >i c. Ros'n quiet at $4 46*4 59.
Evening-Floor dnll and declining;common to
fair extra $7 l&ao 2&; good to choice $9 soal2.
Whiskey m fair demand at 88c Wheat favors
buyers; rather more doing for export; red winter
Western ft 66al 66. Corn favors buyers, closing
steadier on account of the decline In fre?ante.
Rice dull at 73?a8Xc Pork firm at $16 90. Lard
firm. Naval stores quiet.
BALTIMORE, October 28.
Flour dull and nominally unchanged. Wheat
firm and steady. Oats dull; southern 43a45o.
Provisions quiet and nominal. Lard 8Mb. Whis?
key, none offering; 94as4>?c.
WILMINGTON, October 28.
Spirits turpentine firm at 67c Rosin firm at
S3 76 tor extra pale. Crude turpentine steady at
S3 26 for hard ;S6 for yellow did and virgin. Tai
ST. Loom. October 28.
Floor qnlet and weak, not quotabiy changad,
Oom duli and drooping. Na 2 mixture wills
key steaiiy at 89c Pork firm at 916. Bacon un
changed, only limited Jobbing demand. Lard lu
good demand for future delivery, prime 7Jfo: No
-.ember, December and January held higher ai
LouiaviLXB, October 28.
Flour steaJy, extra family $6 60a7 28. Corn
unchanged. Provisions nominal, scarcely any
tb I c?r lu market. Bacon-shoulders 7c; clear nt
sides ii KC; clear aides ll\mc packed. Whis?
key firm at SB'S. ."
CINCINNATI. October 28.
Flour dull and a shade lower at$7a7S0. Corn
firm at 40. Pork firm teales at S14 60; generali]
held at $u "5. Lard, kettie rejected ireely and
offered at 8 Tor steam and" IX for old and new
new wanted at 1%. Bacon, snoulders dull at 6ji
j ? bbing sale i or clear nb sides at io. Whisks)
Arm at 80.
HAVANA, October io.
SUGARS.- Owing to the proximity of the end ol
the year, when prices usually give war ou ac?
count of tb?, new crop coming to market, holdere
have shown some desire to do away with theil
stocks at once, and a lair amount of - business hat
thus been made at previous prices of ii aux rs
arrobe for Na 12 clayed, according to dryness o
the lota offered. There being, however, very few
parcels or really dry ana suitable shipplnc
qualities, the prices asfceJ for them are about x<
higher, and close firm, owing to the advance re
ported per last telegrams irom New York anc
London, which had caused the demand for bott
markets to improve considerably. Of molasse:
sugars two or three large lots have been reallaet
at au ad vance, and the market remaining almoti
bare of suitable kinds; the-same occurs In Man
tanzas, wm re the greater pertlou of the steel
was soin thia week.. '. . . j5J
centrifugals as welLaa moacQvadoea have beet
quiet for wan;-of supplies adequate, to meet tm
demand. Contracta for whole crops of the com
lng season have been checked, both by the ex tra v
agant pretensions of.plant?is and. the unsubtly
of exenangea. combined with the proposed In
crease of taxes and'war subsidies on and are
the let of - January next. Sim, s few have beei
clo ? ed on strictly reserved terms, supposed to b
at very high prices and with heavy cash ad vance
Two crops of melado-were engaged in Matanza
at 5X05 X rs arrobe, respectively, With nana
Quotations for clayed sugars as well as for ceo
tm ugais and muscovado s, are the same as las
given. Molasses sugars worth now sxaox rs, a
to class.- '
Mo LASS* s- Nominal at 8X ra per keg. Dealer
have terminated their contracts with planters fo
the coming crop, prices to be fixed In almos
every Instance upon that ruling at time or de
O B WEIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
The Steamer MARION, Captain - . ?.tT*^t
W. F. Adair. Is now receivlcgJ???2??
Freight at Accommodation Wharf, and will ieav
on WEDNESDAY NiQHT, the 30th instant.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply to Captain on hoard c
to RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
oct20-2._'_No. 80 East Bay.
JJEGULAR LINE FOB GEORGETOWN
S. C., TOUCHING AT SOOTH ISLAND,
KEITHFIELD AND WAYEBLY MILLS.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain O.
c. Whltcwlll receive Freight every,_
MONDAY and TUESDAY at Commercial Waari,
and leave as above every TUESDAY NIGHT, at l
o'clock until further notice.
Will touch at Weymouth Milla every alternat
? relght and wharfage pepald.
For engagements apply to
SUACKELFORD A KELLY,
oct7-tntbf 8tnos Agents, North Atlantic Wharf.
?p O R FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamer
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Ooxetter,, _
CITY POINT, Captain George E. McMillan,
leave charleston every TUESDAY and FRIDAI
EVENINGS, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAE, FEB
N AND INA, JACKSONVILLE. PA LAT KA. AM
ALL LANDING* ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATKA FRI
DAY MORNING, and SAVANNAS SUNDAY MORNING
arriving here SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
CITY POINT will leave PALATKA MONDAI
MORNING, and SAVANNAH WEDNESDAY MOEN
INO, arriving here WEDNESDAY APTERI OON.
Connection ls made at Fernandina with Rall
road for New Orleans ead Havana, via c?dai
Keys; at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLlGHl
for Mellonvllle, Enterprise and Upper St. John'i
River; at Toooi wita Railroad for St. Angus
tine; and at Palatka with Steamers for the oct
All freight for Way Landings must be pr?paie
For Fr et? lit or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL & OO., Agents,
Corner Vandernorst's Wharf and East Bay.
ThlB new and elegant addition to the toilet
table ls coming dally'lnto more general use. A
full supply-aill?rent styles-constantly on Land
At DR. H. BAEK'S Drug Store,
No 131 Meeting street.
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream or Tartar
Alcohol, 06 per cent
Ac, Ac, Ac
At lowest market rates. By
DR. H. BAER, No. 131 Meeting street.
Tbe arat-cia&s Screw steamship ME
GEDITA, Mara timan, Commander. Wt-L_
sall for tbe above port on SATURDAY, the ?a flo
?ember. .-. : .
49-The steamship.GRENADA will follow on
SATURDAY, 9ih November. .
Fer frt ight OT passage engagements, apply to
oct28-6 JAMES AUGER A QO., Agenta.
rE PHIL A. DELPHI A IEON . STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IROM SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, captain Hinckley,
. . GULF STREAM, Captain Hantez, , ?',?.c i
Are now regularly on the "Line, Insuring a'first'
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
charleston, and in alliance with Railroad compa?
nies at both termini, afford npld transportation
to and irom all points tn the cotton states, ana
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and the
principal cities or the Northwest, Boston,.Provi?
dence and ihe Eastern Manufacturing Centre* -
sa-The VIRGINIA ls appointed to nail from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 1st November,--at
6 o'clock P. H. r jjhiT
tOr The GULF STREAM WM-follows.r.?- ;
For particulars of height arrangements. aSDtr
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Whsrr?aV
W. P. CLYDE A CO.. General Agents, Nc. H
South Delaware Avenue,phfladelphf^y Tsotlttt ;':
Tp O B NEW YO ? K. ! ? ?
NEW YORK AND CIIARLEgTOE
ESTA Bli I8HE D . Wi ' Igt
' . . . ? "f-H?-li-?h
The Splendid . sidewheel Steamaain iii*MB8
AUGER, T. J. Lockwood. Commander, will sall
from Adger'a Sooth Wharf, on TtJiaDAT.'ths
29th Inst., at 3 o'clock P. M. . .', "?r*^
MW Through Billa Lading given on . cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, -Providence and me BMW En?
gland Manufacturing Towna..? >*>>IH*?~<I
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to <
00t28-2 JAMMj ADOBE A 00., Agents.
JjlOB NEW YOEE, / ; ; (
ON THURSDAY, 3 1ST OF COTOBrHl, AT 5
O'CLOCK, P. M. ? v::?
NEW IRON STEAM LINC-ESTABLISHED 1879.
STATE ROOMS^LL ON DEC?: C, [
? . sag' - . ?j? ... i
The Splendid New Iron Sld?wn?td?W*ShA!?
GEORGIA. Holme?, oommaatier, - will
sail for New York on THURSDAY, the Slat october,
at 6 o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2 Un ion'Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to liverpool ?and the
New England dues sauapsL ; .. .. f-r., . _
' MW Insurance by steamers ofthi; line 3? pat
For Freight or Passage engagenmti?.nsWn?i
very fine Deck Stateroom acoummodatfo?s'. ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A ?O.^No. 2fl Broad
street,orto WM. A. OOUBTEBAY, NO. l Union
Wharves. T .UBS**.
-nofi LI VE SPOOL/. ;:j
TO SAIL >S?)IBP?TO?. ;; T !
The Highest- Claas, Full-powered Irtt?'BHt
ish Steamship TYNE' QUEEN, William :Cssson,
commander, about 2800 bales capacity,-Aivtag
a. large i art of cargo engaged : and ,going on
board, will mest with prompt disputen and;sall
as above. For further freight eitgagartanta
apply to J. A. ES SLOW A CO., Agents, \
octWuth . N^-Baatpay.!
FOB BAL TI M OB
FREIQ HTS RECEIVED DALLY,-ASP THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED t . ? 1,10tfi
SULK TO UUmK
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, :*--<
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST. 1
The Fine Steamship WILLIAM KENNEDY, H.
D. Foster, Comma_Jer, sail for Baltimore, ce
THURSDAY, 3ist October, at 4 o'clock P. IL T
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that ?gj
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi* -
Donal insurance, and Consignees are allowee ?j
ample time to sample and eeli their Gooda fros _fl
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. !
For Freight or Passage apply to . ;i" ?;? t 1
PAUL C. TRENROLM, Agent, i
oc^8-4_No. 2 Union WUaryes. ?
QHANGE OP SAILINQ DAYS, v f .
INCREASED bEBYlCsV1 ' '
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LTSETO* '1-'
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
. FARES GREATLY REDUCED, ..
Steamers of the above line leave Fler^fi&BL
No. 42, North River, toot ol Canal street, SUB
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the l?m. toib
and acth of every month, except when taesedatea
fail on senday, then the Saturday preceding.' ' i
All departures connect at Panama with steam- 3
ere for south PaclHo and Geatral Am ?rican porta. *
For Japan and China, Steamers leave San fran
cisco first of every month, except when lt huis on
Sunday-then on the day preceding. ."*,,'..
No California Steamers touch at Havana,-but
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL1 .1 -: ?.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult. *
Medicine and attendance free. ?" -
For Passage Tickets or other informa? on, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on UM
Wharf foot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.,
1 anglfl-lyr_.? ' ? -
LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED ST ATES^-L?lLS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERS ?jg
jffiflfe STEAM COMPANY
will dispatch one of their ntst-clA-s, full pow?
iron screw steamship?from
PIER No. 4? N. E., EVERY WEDNESDAY, ! k
Cabin Passage $80, gold. m
Steerage Passage (Office Na 98 Broadway) fsa, M
I'ori're^ht or Cabin Passage, appJv to i WM
WUJJAMS A GUION, M
No. 88 Wall street, Ma Y. ~fj
I N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool latnec-1
)y tho Charleston and New York Steamer?, wtU?a
make close connection with the above Una, >'.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply w
/AMES AMERA 00., -
WAGNER, HUGER A O0V
mayS Or WU A. COURTENAY. /
.QB. BAER'S IMPROVED VEGET^LHLfi
? ATE ARTIC HLL3.
The proprietor of these Mia coDfldently be?
lieves that he has succeeded, by a skUrol oombt
nstlon of vegetable remedies, In producing a pre?
paration that will bring health and.-happiness to
the unfortunate sufferer. In the following dis?
eases they have been used by thousands with
most wonderful saccess: Bilious Disorders and
Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia or Indigestion, Head,
ache. Costiveness, Loss of Appetite, NearaUr__
Dropsy, Disentery, Pile?, Diseases of the Skin
Pam m the side, Back and umba, M ck Headache!
and au derangements of the Stomach. /
These Pills may be taken with perfect s X?tv DT
persons of aar age or sex. No familj ahonf? ti,
without them. _ T 08
price 26 centt a box: 6 boxes for one doii.r
The usual discount to the trade. ,
For sale by - DR. H. RAER, :
s?<? Na m Mating nreet,