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AUCTION SAJbEB^ THIS DAT.
B, M. Murat ail A Brother will sell at half*
past 10 o'dooi, In front of their office, mules,
horses, carts, Ac.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, dry goods, <fcc
The range ot the thermometer yesterday,
at the drug store ol Dr. Jos. Blackman, on
the tooth side of Broad street, waa aa follows:
8 A. M., 68; 10 A.M., 60; 12 M, 64; 2 P. M., 64,
4 P. M.', 62; 6 P. M., 60; 8 P. M., 69.
' -A Grant and Wilson mass meeting is an?
nounced to beheld lu this city under the
auspices bf the Radical State committee, next
-A reporter of TH? Narwa, yeaterday, made
a visit to eaoh of the principal stables in the
city lu quest of the horse "Influenza." No
eigne ol the epidemic were discovered.
-They are a little short of sensations In
Augusta Just now, and the Chronicle heads
the discovery of a little negro in a strange bed?
room, and the subs?quent foot-race and fence*
climbing "A Daring Burgl ary. "
-A gentleman residing on Vanderh?rst street
yesterday exhibited to us a ban oh of ripe ?nd
luscious bananas, the growth of his own gar?
den. Ti: e fruit In appearance and flavor was
equal to tnt S?est tropical article.
-The coroner sent yesterday one of his
deputies in search of the body which was dis?
covered the previous evening In the neighbor?
hood of the Atlantic Phosphate Works on
Ashley River. The body had, however, van?
ished before ?ie arrival of the deputy.
-A white mau named Hogs, and another
named Gardner, had a pugilistic encounter
yesterday in King street, near Spring. Gard*
ner received a terrible pounding about the
eyes and month, and was carried to bis home j
by n policeman through the advice ol a
physician. H?ge waa locked np in the upper
Guardhouse. . " ' '.'
JtllcftDetn at the Academy.
. Mrs.-Bowers was greeted by a very large
boase last night In ber presentation of Eliza?
beth. The play lt perfectly unhistorical, and
the Elisabeth which lt portrays ls certainly
not after Mr. Fronde. It hat the grave artis?
tic fault alto of containing no definite dramatlo
conception, whose development and unfolding
oan be dearly traced throughout The action
ia abrupt and uneven, and the Interest ls
ms de to depend upon a number of striking
scenes etrung together bj a very slight cord of
probability. The work of the actress, there?
fore, ls necessarily reduced to making effec?
tive pointa, rather than subtly interpreting a
Mrs. Bowen proved no less admirable than
we had sa tic! pated in the role thus Indicat?
ed; and the numerous striking situations of
t?sapcay lost nothing In her nanda. She look?
ed hex royal part thoroughly ; and the succeed?
ed In harmonizing by her skilful and sustained
action the rather Incongruous scenes Into
which tho famous Queen ls thrown by the
salt ting clrcu muran ces of the drama. She was
. twice called out in the courte of the evening,
and the perfect silence ol the house during
the last act with Its thrilling death scene was,
perhaps, eren a greater tribute to her success.
We should certainly rank her Elizabeth
above -her Lady Audley. The fustian melo?
drama of the latter is far leas congenial to her
real ability than the stately tragedy of the
Armer. - _ -
To-night she plays Mary Stuart, a role in
which many will be anxious to compare ber
more closely with Janausche'--. She can hard?
ly'tall to satisfy nor critics, '". a part so well
suited ? her genius.
"Mallum in Pavrvo."
The nirlety combination or the McCarthys,
0*Beardon and Lograda, which ls to succeed
toe engagement of Mrs. Bowen at the Acad?
emy, ls said to be a most agreeable entertaln
ntahL The performing canaries are a never
. eadtng^ource of delight to the Uttle folks.
. Vatted State? Co-art.
"Christopher F. Orth was made a citizen of
"The petition of John H. Lopez to establish
UtsIn the case of I. S. K. Bennett, bankrupt,
was referred to Registrar Carpenter for a re-1
UsUteA States Commissioner.
Several negro men were before Commis?
sioner Porteo us yesterday obtrged with crea?
ting a riot at the Six-Mile House on election
day. They were discharged, however, for
want of evidence against them. Monday
Waties was bound over for trial on the charge
ot creating a riot upon one ot the sea islands
oin the same day.
The Northeastern Railroad Company wat
found guilty of neglecting to pay money to the
The Booth Carolina Railroad Company waa
found guilty of the tame charge, and also of I
toe charge of refusing to pay money to the [
A. J. Salinas waa found guilty of carrying on
business without a State license.
. Paul Johnson, sleeping in the street, held
fbr.examination, narla Hargrove, drunk,
disorderly and breaking the window glastet
of Mr. Carroll's house in St. Phillp street, cost
of damages. Thomas Loftus, drunk, two dol?
lars,. Henry Drene, disorderly, one dollar.
John Cunnlngr,am, drunk and disorderly, two
dollar*. Fanale Brown, disorderly, nod Mar?
garet Bryan, drunk and disorderly, one dol?
lar for the former, trna, twa dollars for the lat
ter. Wm. Boat, applied tor lodgings, Bent to
the hospital. A car load of horses arrived by
the BQuth Carolina Railroad, consigned to F.
^BWJhOrg, wate'turned over to the health
-Axons* BATCH OF PAS DONS.-Governor
Scott bas pardoned out of the State Peniten?
tiary the following named persons, viz: Dan?
iel Coxe, Robert Hughes, Harvey Faulkner
James Rivers, Handy HUI, Samuel. Barnside]
Anderson Cade, Wm. Camey, Washington
Phillips, Minot Riven, Bob Williams, Prince
Fripp, and Callo way Service.
STANDARD Tine FOR CHARLESTON.-We are
requested by the president of the Chamber ot
Commerce to make the following announce?
ment . for. ? publlo information : On Thursday
next, the Slat instant, the Postoffloe dook
wuleonform to thetime given by telegraph
from Washington, with, the required differ
?hce tor Charleston, which will, hereafter, be
the standard time.
-i AJJOCSTA-Last Monday after
S???-*- SeelJ, a colored man living on
Aa*1M^L' sot Into an altercation
2^~?"!w **W man named David Craw
S^SS^-T^^ cbuS? * buckshot
the lauer being committed ror murder. Both
gg?ppjfr Md Crawford say, heS
blue went off accluentally.
MORTUARY REPORT FOB THE WBBIX.
The following ls the official return of deaths
in the <?ty of Charleston, for the week end?
ing Ootober 26,1872. '
BLICKS OS COL?
Whiten ll, Blacks and Colored io-total 30.
Under l year otago.
Between i and b years or age.. -
Between 6 and io years ot ago...
Between lo and 20yeara]of age...
Between 30 and 80 yean or age...
Between 40 and 60years or agc...
Between 60 and 00 yean or ase...
Between 70 and 80 years of age...
Gio. 8. Pauma, M. D., City Registrar.
THB COUNTY CANVASS.
The board of county canvassers and their
clerks have now nearly completed their labors,
and expect to be able to send their officiai
returns to Columbia In the course of a day or
two. In the case of R. w. Turner, one ol the
Bowen candidates for the Legislature, lt was
stated In THE NEWS, some days ago, that,
when the blunders of the managers should be
corrected, St would doubtless be found that he
had been elected, and he has now succeeded
In clearing up, to the satisfaction of the can?
vasser)!, one mistake whloh occurred at tbe
New Church polling place, the oorreotlon ol
which will add 211 to his vote, and give him a
clear majority. The mistake consisted In the
managers accidentally leaving Turner's name
off ol their return ot the votes, although he
received the same number of votes as tbe
other candidates on the Bowen ticket, and,
yesterday. Turner obtained from the mana?
gers, Dr. T. P. Ml kell, William S. Ficklin and
Virgil Brown, an affidavit that the omission
of his name waa a clerical error, and that he
received the number of votes above stated,
and toe canvassers bave accordingly made
the corrections in their returns.
THE MARION'S NRW BN O IN B.
We bave before noticed tbe arrival and trie
of the new engine built for the Marlon Com?
pany, by the Clapp A Jones Manufacturing
Company, of Hudson, N. T., and now append
a copy of the official certificate given by the
company'to the manufacturera. This atyle
and size ot englnea are winning lavor every?
where, especially where engines are drawn by
band, aa ls usually the case In the Southern
States. Their lightness of weight, (but 3700
pounds, ) tbe great power exhibited by them,
their great simplicity o( construction and
beauty of finish, combined with the low prices
at which they are furnished, aa compared wltb
prices of englnea of twice their weight, bot
of no greater power, commend them to all
parties, and weare glad to note that the sale
of this style of engines, in all parts of the
country, ia rapidly Increasing. We are pleased
to know that the patient "search and vigil
leng" of Hr. M. B. Clapp, the Inventor and
patentee of the boiler and tbe principal parte
of tbe engine, are at last meeting their re?
ward. The engine, as we have before stated,
ls highly finished, elaborately nickel plated,
and ls alike a credit to the builders and to
the enterprising boya of the Marlon, who or?
dered and directed the building of it.
HALT, OF MARION STEAM FIRE ENGINE CO., I
CHARLESTON, S, C., October 24, 1872. j
To the Clapp db Jones Manufacturing Company,
\ Hudson, N. T. :
The undersigned building committee and
members ot thia company take pleasure In
staling to you that the new fourth-class en?
gine, built by you for thia company, la, In all
respects, natlsfactory to the committee and
the members of the company, and tbat tbe
performance of the engine bas more tbao ful?
filled the conditions guaranteed In your con?
tract with tbe committee, and we do certliy
that at tba official trial of the engine this after?
noon at the well at St. Phillp and Cannon
streets, under the direction ol your agents.
Meaara. Harria and Leonard, In our presence,
the engine threw, with one hundred feet ol
hose, an Inch and one-sixteenth stream, two
hundred and fifty-two feet and nine 1 nones,
with an average draft ot water of twelve-feet
lift, the highest steam pressure at any time
being one hundred and forty pounds, and the
highest water pressure two hundred pounds.
The engine is beautiful in style or finish,
light, easily bandied and run-of great power,
as the trial of to-day bas demonstrated, and
the boiler showe unprecedented steaming
power, carrying a surplus or steam while the
engine was doing ita heaviest work.
We desire to congratulate you upon yoor
success with this engine, and take an increas?
ed pleasure In recommencing your engines to
cities and companies who may be contemplat?
ing the purchase of steam apparatus.
R. 0. BABKLarrJPrest Marion B. P. E. Co.
T. 8. SiowALD, vice Prea't and Ch'm o? Com.
W. H. BIG WALD. Chief EngT M. a. F. E. Co.
H. L. CALDER, Asst Eng'r M. S. P. E. Co.
Gao. A. CALDER, Secretary M. S. F. E. Co.
A. J. JAOER, Treasurer M. S. F. E. Co.
P. E. MICHEL, Ex-Pree't M. B. P. E. Co.
F. F. KKEMER.
P. H. O'BBIAN.
W. J. JACKSON.
J. H. STKMKS.
T. A. ALDRICH.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-OCTOBER ?9.
C. L. Beac, Philadelphia, W. B. Hlnaon,
North Carolina; N. Porter, Blackville; G. P.
Wells, Havannah; F. Elden, W. J. Davis,
Bldgeway; J. Morris, J. ?mita, Florence; H.
R. Easterlln, M. D-, Bennettsvllle; J. Harper,
J, D. Harper, Kingatree; J. D. Irving, J. C.
Rlchbourg, 8. G. Gaillard, 8t. John's; D. W
Haines, Florence; W. B. McClellan, Santee; J!
G. Marshall, North Carolina, L. 3. Hopkins,
New York. . * '
8. H. 8bepperd, Robert Bonley, Augusta;!
Rev. J. Abercrombie, New Fork; W. Stephen
son, Augusta; J. M. Lanky, Lynchburg; H. G.
Wolf, H. F. Smith, New York; R. T. Brlckley
Baltimore; Rev. A. T. Hartley, Georgetown';
T. P. Jenkins, T. E. Truslot, New York; T.P.*
B?ndlet, South Carolina; 8. Herbert, T. M.
Sleigh and wife, Florida; G. A. Jobnson, New
York; A. J. Corrie, South Carolina; E. p.
Wella, Savannah; T. 0. Allen and wife, F. E.
Sut Ie, Mrs. J. H. Dusk le, child and nurse, J.
G. Sammers, Jackson ville; J. B. Allard, Key
West; J. Bf Beauchamps, BL Augustine; F.
Boll, Savannah; W. Quarter, P. W. Pond, New
York; J. E. Burney, North Carolina
ME.MINQ OF COUNCIL.
Petition? and Communication?-A. Cu?
?al Acrosa the Neck.
A regular meeting of Council was held yes?
terday afternoon, at which the members pres?
ent were: The Mayor, Aldermen Voigt. Gar?
rett, Kenny, Michaels, Sweegan, Glover,
Johoston, Brown, Simonas, Slgwald, O'Neill,
Gage and Pelzer.
The following petitions were presented:
Ol Mrs. Eliza Dotnage for the sale of a piece
of land on Anson street to the city; referred
to the committee on streets.
Of the superintendent of the Tyler Cotton
Press for the erection o? a street lamp In
Longitude lane opposite that press; referred
to the committee on lighting the streets.
The Mayor read a communication from the
city attorney, Blatlog that the Supreme Court
of South Carolina had refused to set aside the
decision of the Circuit Court In the case of
Mary Johnson against the City Council, ault to
recover damages for injuries received by her
husband in falling into an Imperfectly covered
cellar. The communication also recommend?
ed Connell to pay the Judgment, twenty-four
hundred dollars, with Interest, and the costs of
court. After some discussion the communica?
tion was referred to the committee on ways
and means with power to act, and to Institute
Immediate proceedings against the owner of
the property to which the cellar is attached,
for the recovery of the amounts involved,
j The Mayor read the following communica?
tion, and suggested that the city engineer be
authorised to make the necessary surveys in?
volved in the soheme:
To the City Council-in my annual report I
bad the henor to suggest to Council the ad
vantagen of a canal from the Ashley to the
Cooper Blver. Since then I have made more
exten?!ve inquiries, and have been confirmed
in my first tavorable opinions. I have also
been confirmed In my first selection of the
most practicable route for this moat Important
improvement, and circumstances have con?
curred to enable tbe City Connell, at a small
cost, to carry It out. The acquisition of tbe
Powder Magazines gives us an outlet on the
Cooper Blver, without any iurther expeose.
On tbe Ashley Blver, an Inlet of seven feet
water, together with a nearly sufficient stream
and enough marsh land to obtain a competent
width up to the head of Simmons street, bas
been promised me, free of cost, by our enter?
prising and public-spirited fellow citizen, J. H.
Devereux, Esq. There would, then, only re?
main about one mlle by fifty feet of land, now
used for farming and without any buildings,
tor whloh the city would bave to pay. The
proprietors would, however, be themselves eo
iighly benefited by the enterprise, that lt Is
very possible they may concur to give us the
route iree, or, at most, for a very reasonable
compensation. The cost of canalllng would
very likely, in a great measure, be compen?
sated by using the earth for our low streets
and the filling up of maraby lots. However,
to prepare the way for the lull understanding
ana determinate action of Council In the
premises, I would now respectfully ask per?
mission to have the city engineer, with com?
petent assistant?, survey the line and report
tn foll at an early day prior to the first of Jan?
uary next Respectfully submitted,
JOHN A. WAGENER, Mayor.
The communication waa received as in?
formation, and the suggestion relative to the
surveys was adopted.
The following petitions were reported on
Of Mrs. Rate Bust, ior renewal of lost certi?
ficates of city stock.
Of H. C. Bobertson, for the erection o? three
additional street lamps on Sooth Atlantic
Of Langley ? Pringle, lor permission to
erect a steam engine on South Commercial
Of Otto Sonntag, for permission to erect a
steam boiler In Wentworth street for dyeing
The reports were adopted by Council.
The petition o? the vestry ot Christ Church,
for the construction of a pavement on tbe
east side of Rutledge avenue, between the
church and the terminus of the olty railroad,
was reported on unfavorably. The committee
on streets recommended, however, that a
crossing be laid across the street, from the
church to the pavement on the opposite aide.
The report and recommendation were both
The committee on lighting the streets re?
commended that two additional lampB be
erected in Peroy street. Adopted.
Only one estimate having been received ior
moving certain brick buildings on King street,
near Clifford, action In the matter was deferred
until the next meeting.
Alderman Sweegan offered an amendment
to the ordinance regulating the pay o? the
police force, which received its first reading,
and was ordered to be printed and laid upon
the desks o? the councilmen. The substance
of the amendment ls that alter the lat of Jan?
uary, 1873, the pay of the second lieutenant
shall be $800 per annum, that of the orderly
of the main Guardhouse $720, orderly o? the
upper Guardhouse $650, detectives $650 eacb,
elite guarda $600 each, doorkeepers $600 eaoh,
hosilers $430 eaoh, fatigue men $480 each.
The clerk ol Council was instructed, on
motion of Alderman Voigt, to advertise the
names of the city offices which become vacant
by the end of the present month.
Alderman Sweegan moved that tbe hour of
meeting, in future, be changed from 5 to 7
o'clock P. M. Lost, yeas 8, nays 6; a three
fourths vote being required to carry lt. Conn?
on then adjourned.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Conveyances ot Charleston Property
Recorded Oaring the Past Week.
October 3, 1872-Lota on Mary and America
streets, John fl. Renneker to A. Johnson,
August 20, 1872-One-quarter acre, James
Island, C. Royall to the Baptist Church of
James Island, $300,
AugUBt 28, 1872-Lot, Charlotte street, Wil?
liam J. Gayer, referee, to Alexander Macbeth,
October 21, 1872-Lot corner Alexander and
Charlotte streets, John H Houston to Edmund
September 21, 1872-Lot east side King
street, Vincent M. Salvo to Louis C. Sanders.
January 27, 1872-Six hundred acres, St,
John's Berkeley, S H. and Julia E. Owens to
James G. Murray, $300.
October 2, 1872-Lee Shore Trant Plantation,
8. J. Palmer, per executors, to J. Boswell
September 28, 1872-Lot south Bide Chapel
Btreer, John Blchtons to W. St. J. Mazyck,
October 22, 1872-Lot, Ann street, William
A. Brauer to John Carney, $800.
September 30,1872-Lot north side Doughty
street, Wiley T. Burge to L. B. Michel, $S600.
October 8, 1872-Tract, St. Andrew's Parish,
John Dougherty to Edwin G. Dougherty, $2070.
December 19, 1866-Lot, Concord street, P.
Y., E. M. and B. D. Lazarus to C. B. Grant,
December 19, 1866-Lot, Concord street,
same parties, $700.
December 19, 1866-Lct, Concord street
same parties, $2000.
December 19, 1866-Lot, Inspection street,
same parties, $3000.
October 26, 1872-Lot north Bide Spring
street, Duncan Cameron to R. E. Dereef.
ENVELOPES.-A large atook ol envelopes al?
ways on band at THE NEWS JOB Orran, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
MOBBED EOE OPINION'S SAXE.
j A Contemptible On trage upon a Colored
The Augusta Chronlole, of yesterday, fur
nlshes the details of a cowardly outrage
perpetrated upon Stephen Brown, an in?
dustrious and peaceable colored man of
that city, by a parcel or Radical ruf?
fians of his own color, living across the
river, in Hamburg, S. C., on account of bis
having voted and aoted with the white peo?
ple of Augusta in the recent election. It ap?
pears that on Sunday Brown crossed the river,
In company with his wife and Louis WllHamB,
a colored minister, to attend the services at a
colored church at Hamburg. They remained
through the service, conducting themselves in
a respectable and orderly manner; but, as
soon as they left the church, they were con?
fronted by a large mob of armed negroes, who
had been hastily gathered together with the
avowed intention of punishing Brown for
voting with theDemocrata. They aelaed upon
their victim, and beat bim unmercifully upon
the body, arms and bead wllh their clubs and
bludgeons until he was almost Insensible; but
he managed to get upon the bridge leading to
Augnata, and the noise of the fray being beard
in that city, the police came to the rescue, and
Brown waa carried to bia residence while the
cowardly ruffians escaped to the South Caro?
lina shore. Several of the crew were recog?
nized, however, and three of them, Thomas
Carroll, Silas James and Richard Anderson,
have been arrested and Will be brought before
a Georgia jury for trial and punishment.
THE SAVANNAH FUR.-The annual exhibition I
of the Agricultural and Mechanical Soolety of
Georgia le announced to be given at their lair
grounds at Savannah, commencing on the
second of December and continuing six days.
Our hospitable neighbors of the Forest City
are making extensive preparations for a grand
success, and with their accustomed exuber?
ance are Inviting all the world to come and see
them during their gala week, and those who
nave on previous occasions enjoyed the good
cheer of onr pleasant Utile Bister city will
know that the welcome will be as hearty as
the Invitation ls ample. This exhibition ls
precisely four weeks later than our own State
fair, and everybody in this State, after going
to enjoy next week at Columbia, will find
themselves amply repaid by a visit, four weeke
later, to the entertainment offered by our
Georgia friends. For premium Hate and all
other Information about the fair that may be
desired, the public are referred to Mr. J. H.
Eatlll, the secretary of the society, at the Sa-1
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS FEB EDISTO STEAMER. -
On and after to-morrow, (Thursday) 31st Octo?
ber, the steamer M. 8. Allison will receive
Freight on Thursdays in place ef Fridays, and
leave on Fridays lu place of Saturdays. See
Time Table published in Walker, Evans A
Cogswell's Monthly Information. DOUGLAS
NISBET, Agent, Southern Wharf.
You MUST go to Yon San ten's, No. 229 King
street, for all Popular Games, Outdoor Sports
and Home Amusements; oct30-w
FIRST-CLABS BOARD IN NEW YORE.-Vial
tors to New York City from the Sooth, who
are In quest of choice accommodations, but
prefer to avoid the bustle and expense ol hotel
life, can obtain pleasant and first-class board
at moderate rates In one of the most desirable
neighborhoods of the great metropolis, by ap?
plying to No. 9 West Twenty-ninth street, a
few doors from Broadway.
FDRCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains In Carpet?, Bugs, Drug?
gets, OH Cloths, Ac; also special bargains In
Cloths ol all description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.-The beat as?
sortment In town can be found at Furchgott,
Benedict & Co.
FDRCHOOTT, BENEDICT ? Co. offer a very
floo Kid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,1
ll 36. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated j
Chellley's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
for which we are the sole agents.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
! and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 PI nek ney street
The above are all made at his own factory on
Ho.-ibeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the J
best manufacturers. mohS-frnwlyr
EUROPEAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per d'vzen. HABEL STREET
BAZAAR. _ _ aprlS-mwf
PARCHEESI I PARCHEESI I-A royal game of
India. Hasel street Bazaar, and East Bay
News Boom. apr20-w
FEATHER DUSTERS, 40 cents each. HABEL
STREET BAZAAR, _ aprl7-w
THE FINEST AND PUREST FRENCH CONFEC?
TIONERY ever offered In this city has just been
received at Yon Santen'B, 229 King street, and
connoisseurs are respectfully requested to
inspect and sample lt before they purchase
CHROMOS.-To close out the balance of our
stock, will seU framed Chromos from 40c. to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
MEDICAL BUBBLES.-CO".umns would be re?
quired to enumerate the medical bubbles that1
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 famouB 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 invlgorant, a
general restorative, and a specific tor Indi?
gestion, bilious affections, rheumatism, nerv?
ous debility, constitutional weakness, par?
oxysmal fevers, and all complaints to which
the more aensltive sex are exclusively liable,
la established upon the sound basis of more
than twenty years' experience, and can no
more be shaken by the clap-trap nostrums of j
unscientific pretenders than the everlasting
hills by the winds that rustle through their
THE WAT WE SUCCEED.-A letter Just re?
ceived, containing an Order from a lady In
Georgia, has the following postscript:
"I must write yon ol the great satisfaction
your goods have given In our little town, and
everywhere my Bisters and I have been since
the receipt of our last orders."
We fill all orders very carefully, and are con?
tinually receiving similar testimony.
Having returned from the North our stock
la now complete. M. A A. ASHTON, Ornamen?
tal Hair workers, No. 240 King street.
COM?LERC.IAZ y KW S.
NRW YOBX-Per steamship James Adger-27
o2ga sea island cotton, UM bales npland cotton,
iso tierces rice, 148 bales domestics. 66 PKKB sun
The Charleston Cot ton, Rice and Naval
OFFIG* Cf A ? LESTON HEWS, 1 ii
MONDAY EVENING, October 29,1872./
COTTON,-The market commenced with a quiet
feeling, bat with lmprcv3d dispatches the article
somewhat strengthened, with a fair and rather
steady demand. Sales .ooo bales, nay 4 At 17, 20
at VX, 24 at 17>i, li at 17*. iso at 17*. 8 at 17?,
41 at 18, 17 at 18*, io ac is x. 8 at 18X. 179 at
18K.100 at 18 B-10,109 at .18*,', 78 at 18X, 37 at 18X,
2 at 19. Weqnote:
Ordinary te good ordinary.n @18X
BICK.-lhere waa an active and well sustained
demand fo.- ibis grain. Sales about 600 tierces or
olean Carolina, say 74 tieroea at ex, 12at 6*, 67
at ex. sa at ex, 76 at o 9 io, 24 at ox. 40 at e li ie>
91 at ax, 167 on private .erma. We quote common
to fair at &X?*X, goodga?; common prime 7>;
NATAL STORES.-The receipts were 138 bbls
spirits turpentine and 261 bbls rosin. There were
no transactions of note. Crude turpentine may
be quoted at $4 26 per bbl. for virgin and yellow
dip, and $2 60 per bbl for hard.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, try steam, direct, j?d
on uplands, nominal cn Bea islands; via New
York, \d on uplands, - on sea islands; by
sall, O led on uplands, on sea islands nominal
To Havre, 1X0 on uplands. Coast wise-to New
York, by steam, "go on uplands and - on sea
ulandi; gav tierce on rice; ooo ft bbl'on roaln ;
by call,-? ft m cn 301 ton; -oft tierce on
rice; 6O0 ft bbl on rosin; $11? 12 fl Mon lamber;
$12312 60 ft M on timber. To Best n, by steam
Xe on aplanas and $2 to fl tierce on rice; by sall,
-s ft Bs on uplands; rosin roc; reeawed stun
$12@12 60; timber $i3?is 60; phosphate $6@5 60.
To Providence, by sall $10@U fl M on boards;
-c ft SB on cotton ; by steam %a via New Tork
To Philadelphia, by area m Xo on uplands; $1 76
fi tierce on rice; soc ft Dbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bula of ladlnjr given to Boston, Provi?
dence and tbe New England cities are regularly
issued on thia route, rad dispatch guaranteed.
By san, $8 ft M on boards ; $13 on timber; - fl
ton on clay*; (8 60 on phosphate?. To Baltimore,
by stAam-c ft lb; by aall $8?8 60 fi Mon
boards;-on timber; $8 60 fi ton at city; $4?
4 60 fi ton up river OD. phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand by our merchants to take lamber
freights from Georgetown. S. C., Darlen and Satil
la River, Ga., and Jack Bonville, Fla., to Northern
porta, and $10012 fl U. are tbe ratea on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 00 day bills 21 x.
Doirasno EXCHANGE.-The banka parchase
sight checks on New Y ark at X@X per cont, off,
and sell at par.
mark*ts toy Telegraph.
LONDON, October 29.
Noon.-Consols 82x. Fives 88X- i
PARIS, October 29.
Noon.-Bentes 68f ldc
Nxw YORE, October 29.
Noon.-Freights quilt Stocka strong, uold
steady at 13& Moony firm at 7. Exchange,
long ax; short io*. Governments firm and
ateady. State bouda d oil and stead y.
Evening.-Freights more active and firm.
Honey, arter a stria gi nc day, closed at 7. Ster?
ling 8J?- Oold i2\ai:ji. Governments ateady.
Stacee dull. Bonds stoady.
COTTO ? MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, October 29.
Noon.-Cotton r perte I quiet and steady ; uplands
9Xa8J?'i, Orleana io*UOXd. Bombay shipments
since last report to 28th lust, I800 bales.
Later.-Cotton firm; uplands 9%d, Orleans
lOXaioxd; sales 16,000 balea; rpeculailon and ex?
port 6000. Sales of ur eans for October 10 7-16d.
Evening.-Cotton cLaed nt changed.
Nsw YORK, October 29.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 1241 bales; uplands
200, Orleans 20XC.
Evening.-Cotton steady; sales 2124 bales; up?
lands 20c; Orleans 20>ic; net rec I pta 10 je bales;
gross 4816; sales 16,200 : October 10X*1911-16; No?
vember i8Xais;i; December 18Xal8X: January
18161flal9; February 19X; March I9ftal9 16-16;
April 2OXa20 6-10; May 2uXc
BOSTON, october 29.
Cotton atrong; middlings 2uxc; net receipts so
balea; grose 260; tales 400; atock 2c00.
BALTIMORE, October 29.
Cotton quiet and firm; net receipts 204 bales;
gross 076; exports ooaiitwlse 110; sales 840; last
evening 660; steck 1920.
WILMINGTON, October 20.
Cotton firm; net receipts 107 ba.es; aalea ll';
SAVANNAH, October 29.
Cotton quiet and firm: middlings ?sxaissc;
net receipts 6230 tales, sales 1016; atock 64.399.
AUGUSTA, ootober 29.
Cotton quiet and firm; middlings 18c; net re?
ceipts 1027 bales; aaien 1819.
MBMFHIS, Cctober 29.
Cotton firm; middlings l8Xal9c; nat receipts
8174 bales;shipments :?007; atock 18,898.
MOBILE, october 29.
Cotton firm; mild! uga 19c; net receipts .0.12
bales; exporta coaatvrlae 1663; aalea ooo; stock
NEW ORLEANS, October 29.
j Cotton In fair demand; good ordinary lo,vc
low middling 18X; mlidlinga i?)ic; net receipt
876 bales; gross 11,249; aalej to day 1000; last eve?
ning 8700; atcck 94,441.
GALVESTON, October 29.
Cotton-estimated net receipts 1700 bales; stock
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS,
LIVERPOOL, October 29.
Noon.-Breadatnffs ( pened quiet.
Evening.- larpent lt e 41s 2d. Common rosin
Ila 3d to 0.
Nsw YORK, October 29.
Noon.-Flour dull arid declining. Wheat quiet
and heavy. Corn dull and nnonanged. Pork firm
at $16 90. Lard stealy; steam 8X?8Xc. Tur?
pentine doll at 02X0. hosln qulotat$4 36.
Evening.-Flour doll and lower; common to
lair extra (7 loa716; good to choice $9 2oa9 60.
Whiskey firm at 93X- Wheat heavy and commun
grades declined; winier red western $1 66a 1 66
corn opened dun, bnt closed a shade firmer, with
a moderate export demand. Pork a trifle easier
at $16 80x16 87X. Lard weak ac sXaSXo. Tur?
pentine don. Rosin quiet. Tallow firm.
BALTIMORE, october 28.
Flour quiet. Wheat dull, choice white sa ?6a
210. Corn strong, wtlte 72o; jellow 43a46c. Pro?
visions quiet and unolianged. Whiskey acaree at
WILMINGTON, Octobar 29.
Spirits turpentine arm at 6SXa67Xc. Rosin
firm at $3 60 ror strained; $4 26 for No. l; j6 60
ror extra pale. Crude turpentine steady at ts 26
ror hard; 26 ror yellow dip and virgin. Tar stea?
dy at $3 80.
CINCINNATI, October SB,
Flour dull and unchanged, oem in fair de?
mand and firm at 40 c. Pork nominal, $14 60a
14 68X- clear rib sides 10c bid, ?oxc astea . clear
sides lixc. Whiskey steady at 89c.
ST. LOUIS, October 29.
Flour qotet and walk. Corn dui!; No. 2 mixed
86c Whiskey stead; at 89c. Pork, atock ex
Lauded. Bacon quiel ; cash lots or shoulflers.7o:
tides lixaiix. order lots Xe higher. Lard" in
good demand tor future delivery at 7X
LOUISVILLE, october 29.
Flour In fair demand; extra |mmuy $e t)6a7 26.
Corn ateady; mixed 46c; white 47; Provisions
scarce, nothing doing. Shoulders oxaoxc; clear
rib sides loxaiox. Packen lard and pork hone
here. Whlafcey firm at 89c.
The New York Cotton Market.
_ " , i ?1 . Nsw YORK, October 25.
The Financial Chronicle says: Tne market the
past week ror spot cotion has been only moder?
ately active, buipriceii were well sustained uutu
Thursday, when the? waa Xe decline. To-day
the reeling was better again, and there was a re
covery ot xe on middlings and above, and xe on
ordinary audi low middlings, in rntures lhere
has been less doing, and prices were off about xe
until to dsy. On saturday last there waa a de
cline of Xa8 16c and ii further decline on Tues?
day Ol l-16aXC To-day there waa rather more
loqolrv, and atan ad \ ance of about l-16c. The
principal business has been for the early months,
ic being claimed that a corner for October was
not improbarle. Some of the later months show
a deollne ror the week. The fluctuations or the
week show the sensitive state of the market.
Disturbances in the London money market, and
the general uncertainty wltn regard to the Euro?
pean consumption, and the extent or our crop,
have been tne doubtful elements affecting the
question of prices. At the *ame time there ap?
pears to be a general reeling or conlldenci la
present values. Tho prices of futures last re?
ported were ibasis low middlings) 19X for Octo.
bor, 18X ror Novemfier, I8X for December. 1816 io
ror January, 1916-10 for February, 19X ror March,
and 20X for April. The total sales or this des?
cription for the week nre 84,660 bales, including
1200 free on board. For imm?diats delivery the
total sales foot up'his week 16,915 bales, includ?
ing 10,446 for export, 4309 ror consumption, 200
for speculation, aud 991 in transit.
ifew York \"av il Store? Binrket.
NEW YORK, October 28.
The Dally Bulletin says : Splrl s are quiet, bat
prices abo at steady. Sales of loojbbls at cs i ic,
and 800 bbl? to arrive, sellers' option next week,
on private terina. Strtlned rosin has ruled dull,
and prices are weaker, ac say $4 3Sa4 40 ror com?
mon to good, sales ?76 bbls No 2 at $4 60. in
tar we notice sales of 118 bbls Wilmington at
$460, ana loo bois, Including 50 previous pack?
ages, at $4 40. Piten la -steady at ?4 87>ia4 50 for
prime city deUvered. ... . . ,\}-_ j,}
"few York Rice Market.
_.._"" " NivYomt\kt?befS8.
The Dally Bulletin says : The market ls steady
and unchanged, witn eales or loo bags Rangoon
at 6Xa7o, 25 bags Patna, at 7Xc. and 28 tierces
Carolina at 7Xasxc. .?miua????.
Wllmlng ton Market.
__ WILMINGTON, October 28. !
SPIRITS TURTKNTINI.-Market quiet, with eales
of only 37 castB at 67c per gallon ror Sonthern
ROSIN.-The sales tbti morning were 125 bbls
No l at $4 37*, and loo bbls extra pale at ss 76
CRUDS TraraiiTiNX^-is in Hi ht receipt and good'.
fiSB?Z: Jb? M'?*-t*day were only iso bb s st
$3 ?6 for hard and $6 ror yellow dip and virgin.
TAR.-Market quiet and steady at unchanged
figures. Sales of 25 bbls at $3 80 per bbL
COTTON.-The sales reported this moraine we*e
2? bales at lao, and 2 bales at l8*o per lb. !
Interior Cotton markets.
.? , COLUMBIA, October ?8.
Salea of cotton to-day 124 bales-middling I7\c.
_ " , MACON, october se. .
Cotton receipts to-day were full. Otfeiings were
light, and were readily taksn at quotations. The
market dotiert strong, with an upward tendency,
ac ttjgo for Liverpool, midd Hugs, and 17Xc for
SPUST** middlings. The receipts to-day were
030 bales ; s Ul pm en ia iel-.sales 45-i. -
? ."" . \ COLOMB?B, october 26.
Cotton in good demand. Low middling? nv* .
midd Ingrisc; sales 603 bales: receipts 488: ahm'
menta 200. "
MONTGOMERY, October 26. .
Cotton market firm; ordinary l6Xc; good ordi?
nary 17X; strictly good ordinary 17X; low mid
diing 18; middling 18X.
Receipts by Railroad, October ?9.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2001 bales cotton, 102 bales goods. 80 bbls spirits
turpentine, 100 bbls rosin..6 cars stools. TO Rail?
road Agent, LeseSne & Wells, Tieoholm i Son
B O'Neill, W H Jones A co, W B Smith & co, Geo
W Williams A co, W ? Bee A co, caldwell A Son,
A B Mulligan, R H Frost A co, sloan * selgnious,
B c ?harp, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, W 0 Courtney
& co, Wiss Aco, A S Smttn, W W smith, A J Sali?
nas. Murdangh A Weekley, Jas R Pringle A- SO*.
Mowry A Son, L I) Desaussure, O Llebeorood,
Wbllden A Jones, Kinsman A Howell, and others.
NO RT HS AST BRU RAILROAD.
256 bales upland cotton. 96 bbls spirits turpen?
tine, 299 bbls rosin, cars or lumber, wood, mdse,
Ac To E H Frost dc co. W K Byan, T li Mccut?
chell A co, A J Salinas, O H Walter A co. chapeau
A Heffron, TPSmlth, A S Smlta, Reeder A Davis,
Wlcte Bros, Mowrv A Son, Caldwell ASon, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, Murdaugb A Weekley, J D Kirk?
patrick, Bardia A Parker, Trenholm A Sou, Whtl
den A Jones, Shackelford A Kelly, Havenel A co,
H Wagener, W O Bee A on, Jas R Pringle A Son,
RThomllnson A co, H Klatte A co, Gen W wil?
liams A co, Wagner, Huger A co. Kinsman A
Howell. G H Ingraham * Son, S D Stoney, O r
Levy, W c Dukes A co, W P Dowling A co, W 0
Courtney A co, T H A W Deweea, ? Welling, Rail?
road Agent,-Order, and others.
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York
Thos H asi lags, wife and two children, Miss M H
Cleary, Miss Willi uns and sister, Mrs Leland. Q
B Jonn, N R Middleton, Misses Middleton, Mrs
Patterson, Miss Adams, Mrs Mclneoy, N H Per?
kins and wife, Miss Taylor, J B Pell and wire.
Misses Pel, B N Hotchklsfl, R Wrlgtr, J archer, P
Cullinane, WB Kenny and wife, Mrs N S Easton,
child and nurse, Messrs Bowe and Byrne, Messrs
Regan and Perry. Miss Moore, Miss Hannan, Miss
Bowen, Miss Hill, Mrs Ritter and two children,
MISS Kelly, Miss Stone, J F Quinn, F K Houston,
A S Wheloern and wire, Mr N R Midd. econ 'a two
servants, Geo Nixon, Mr Banm, Jno. Yauholat,
Frank Miller, P Fitzpatrick and wire, Edward
Ryan, Mr strlDg, Miases Rasten, and five on
deck. - ..
New Moos, 1st. 12 hoars. 0 minnies, morning. .
First Quarter, tun. 8 hours, 44 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 16th, 10 hours, 16 minutes, momma.
Last Quarter, 24th, 8 boars. 84 minnies, morning.
New Moon, 3ist, il hoars, 41 min?tes, evening.
OCT. ? NOV.
a. a s
CHARLESTON, H. G.OCTOBER 30, 1872.
usc 82 dog 46 min 08 sec | Lon 70 deg 67 mm 27 sec
ARRIVED TESTE RD AY.
Steamship Manhattan, Woolhnll, Kew York
left Saturday, 26th insu Mdse. To James Ad
ge A co. S C Railroad Agent, N E Ral road Agent,
aoutbern Express co. S A O Railroad Ageut, J E
Adger A co, J W Archer, Jas Allen, D A Amme, J
D alexander, J apple, c D Ahrens A co. com?
manding u?leer cnn lesion Arsenal, B Boyd, J N
Boesch, Bollmann Bros, O A Bowman, H bischoff
A co, T M Bria toll A co, U Bart A co, W 0 Bee A
co, W M Bird a co, TA Beamish, Edwin Bates &
co, Mrs M J Booth, F O Borner, E T Brown, U
Bulw.nKie, W J Bennett, chase A Outtlno, Crane,
Bot ht on. A co, Cobeu A Well*. L Chap?n, Charles
ion City Railway 00, T A O Colbert, W H Chalet
a co, carrington, Thomas A co, P cullinane, E B
cowperthwair, Dowle, Moise A Davis, Bien David,
Miles Drake, P Darcy, E Daly, J B Duval A Son.
G H Eysenbacs, Ellas Bros. Erwin A McGill, J 1
Erwlu, G Foll?n, B Foley, Jno S Fairly A co, O I
Franke, s * B W Fogartle, Fogartte's Book store
Furchgott, Benedict A co, I u Falk A co, D f
Feming a co, D Fitz Gibbon, O Graveley, M Gold
amlih A Son, H Gerdts A co, Jno Hursamp A co
J H billen, Hyman A co, J W Harrison, Chat
Hickey, T M Horsey A co, N A Haut, F K Houston,
Holmes A Calder, E HBSS, A B Hayden, F A
Hoim?a, W H Hambruck, Mr-t M Hunekln, John
son a Brown, Jeffords a co, A Johnson, Jose Jara
Jager Bros, Johnston. Crews A co, HW Kreit
Knobelooh A Small Kinsman Bros, Kanapaux A
Gonzalez, L Kenecke. Kressei A Bi annes, Laurey,
Alexander A co, C LUlenihal, R Lawless, A Leid
lng, Geo Little A co, J H Lawton A co, J H Lopez
Jno G Mil nor A co, R Muller. Mantons A co
McLov A Klee, S K Marshall A co, E W Marshal
A co, W A Mehrtena. udeners A Muller, Ma I n ?
Mood, WG Mood, WB Mo tillan, R Martin, Wm
McKay, P Maqueen, Matihlessen, Wm Marooner,
Nacnman A co, T S Nlpson, A Nimitz A CI, ?
OW elli, J F O'Neill, O r Pantnin, OOP t me,
Paul, Welch A co, Ed Perry, J Parker, Pei?- r,
Rodgers A co, O P Poppenheim, Miss G Pelxoao,
KiecKo A Peterman, J Hell, Kavenel A co. Rave
nel, Holmes A co, J R Read A co Sell A Foster,
Wm Shepherd A co, D H ailoox, Walter Steele, ?
B stoddard A co, Sunday Times,-J B Sardey, 1
schnell, smith A Valk, J shaw, O S Schwett
-man, M Triost, Jno F Taylor A co. R Thumlluson
A co, s Thompson, A H Tyler, Tledeman, Cal i tr
A co, Wm Ufferhardt, F von Santen, H V?llers, P
Wineman A co, s H Wilson A Bro, W L Wenb, G
H Wa ter A co, Walker, fe.vans A Cogswell, Wago?
ner A M'.nsees, o F Wleters, Williams, Black A
co, W J Tates, order and others. Monday, 28th
October, 2.30, twenty miles northeast from Fry?
ing Pan Light Ship, passed fetus W A Leaving
?and Abbie u Hodgman, bound South.
' Steamship virginia, HlncUey, Philadelphia-len
- lnstunt. Mdse. To WA Courtenay, J E Adger
A co, H Bischoff A co, Cameron, Barnie? A CO,
.Dowl*. Moise A Davis, E Daly, Ellas Bros, Fut ca -
gott. Benedict A co, Ft.game's .Book D pot. J H
Graver A Bro, Riecks A Petermann, Holmes A
Calder, Hart A co, Hoimea'a Bobk House, I laear,
Jeffords A co, H Ria te A co, Kinsman Bros. L
Kornahrens, Laurey, Alexander A co, C claclos,
Man tone A co, Kin. cl:, w lc Ken berg A co. Nae to?
man A co, Otto Wleters, T M Bristoll A co, Cra ?e,
BoylBtou A co, Qnackenbush, Estin A co. - Quinn,
Adams, Damon A co, Ravenel, Holmes A co, Stef?
fens. Werner A Ducker, atoll, Weub A co, Jno
Thompson, J TJuterful Walker, Evans A Cogs?
well, w J Yates, P Walsh, Railroad Agent, Order
^pan brig Florentino, Pujol, Cardenaa-7 days.
Ballast, lo WP Hall.
commercial Line sehr Geo B Somes, Pray, New
York-6 days. Mdse. To E F.cweegan, Rallruad
Agents c Bart A co. Geo W Williams A co, C D
Fra'iKe, Kressei A Brana es, O Berbuase, Quacken
ousb, Estlll A co, U Klatte A co, s H Wilson A
Bro, Wagener A Monsees, H Bischoff A co, W L
Webb, vvm M BIM A co. a M Adger, E R Cow
pertiiwalt, D H sllcox, Steffens, Werner A Duck?
er. J P Brown, A Tobie-.' Sons, J H Graver A Bro,
Wm Mancher, U cobla A co, J Cantwell. C Cia
elua, J H Wuhrmann, Ellas Bros, Tied man, Cald?
er A co. P B Lalane A co. Bulcken A Wonltmann,
Duwle, Moise A Davli, Hart A to, O F Wleters, w
U Chafee A co, 0 P Poppenheim, IM Cater, Order,
and others. , ?
achr Jonathan Muy, Neal, Phllade phla-5 daye.
Coal. To c W selgnious.
?ehr Ann S Deas, oarbattl. rrom West Point
MIL. 110 tes rice. To E N Thurston. Kavenel A
co, W o Bee A co.
sehr muan, -, rrom Combahee. 1187
bushels rough rice. To Gaillard A Mlnott.
Sloop Davie,-. rrom combahee. l bag sea
Island cotton and 12 baie* upland cotton. To
Gaillard A Mlnott.
Boat rrom Christ Church. 2 bags sea Island cot.
ton. To W M Lawton A Son.
Boat from Christ Church, ll bags sea Island
cotton. To Kinsman A Howell.
Boat from John's Island, li bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Chorea. 10bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Received from st Andrew's. 2 baga Bea island
cotton. To stoney A Lowndes.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood,- New York
-Jam ea Adger A co.
Sehr A H Howe, Newberry, Fernandina, Fla- :
Roach A Metre tr.
Scar Ohas F Eeysr, Poland, Booton.
.FROM THIS roRT. *..,
steamship oaamplon, i^ifood,*? NeifTork,
October 29. "ult
steamship Sea Gall, Dutton, Baltimore.
OP FOB THIS POET.' 3 .
Bark Stella, Watson, at Provide nco, B I, Octo?
ber 20. - i . " . .
Scar Jno A Griffin,-,.at. HuTaaeJptua, Octo?
ber 26. .??z;??*r?rffXt
MARINE NEWS BY. TELEGRAPH.
Noon.-Arrired, Minnesota and Atlantic.
Evening.-Arrived, fmojnblpnV ' >"
Arrived out, Abyalnnia,.Cilyaf Load?n, Nevada
and Ville de Parla... ,??? ., . ;
The sehr Adolph. Hugel, fromlotorgatown, 8 0, _
for New Vortc, has put loto Wilmington, N 0, tn
disrrea?, with loss of part of deck load, Ac, ana
will have to undergo repairs. TT*
; , -? ? . . . io r.:
LIST OF VES8EL8
OP, OLBABkO AND HAHJCD FOB THIS POST.
.1 li'-'i i-ii f
FOREIGN. ' V'
LTVEBTOOL. * . .: :.V:-J
Br bark Pille de 1'Alr, Jones, sailed....Oct 6
CARDIFF. ." .r
The Mary Jane, Jones, sailed.491:11
The Cormorant, Hansen, nailed..Attirait 12
The Emma, Pender, sailed.................Sept 10
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, sailed-.-Sept rt
BELFAST. U . j
Br bark Livingstone. MoMnllan, sailed... .Sept Sf
WICKFORD. ? 7'-.i : ul 7/;?. i
Brig Cyclone,,Pendleton, ealled......L.::itC;0?tl8
The Augusta, Onderberg, siiUed.............Oot 6
Bark Hellos, Holm,sailed.......Boot 6
POET ar ACT. 1 :
Ship Ancttla, -, np.....................:%epti?
BARCELONA. ' " ??.'I,
Span bark Providencia, -, sailed. Sept 20
Swedlah brig Anna, Jansen, sailed..Sept fl
roar TALBOT. .' ,;
The Santander. Mlles, cleared...'.M;..t.^.V:o?L?
MATANZAS. ' ' -^v-"
Span brig Roseta, AbriU sailed..............OOH
DEM BRABA. VLVtUii!
Behr Fairland,-, sailed. '....... '...,';vi ,?C? 0
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, to aall........:.yOai i
Rio.DI JAHarao. ; . ?j f??j i
Br aohr Sparkling Wave, Hocken, saned. ;;?J*pt.jy
_. . . . -?.tt-Xl?*!?
DOMESTIC. " ''"J &i &
BXPOBn r---i -..i ?niawn.
Ship Uncle Joe, Kendall, cleared.....^.k.-.oct 12
Sehr A G Glover. Terry, ap.-~;*v"..Oot:fl
? . f - ^ . NEW YORK. : : :t -, ???.".;./
Sehr Monadnock, Hammond, cleared.-..... CWas
Sehr H 0 Shepherd; Clark, cleared..........Gotta
Sehr Jessa 8 ular, Claxkrcleared'....J ...-.i^att st
Sehr Albert Thomas. Rete, np. &&?.-?L&br^ "
Sehr L 8 Darla, Bishop, up,.."...../,
Sehr A E Glover, Tarry, cleared.........,
Scbr LUiy. Hughes, c?eared;..;..'..-,n,
Sehr Aldana Bokes, BJiodes, up.,........ ..<*y?
Sehr Jno A Qrlffln, --, up...............Oct 26
Sehr L 0 Heoaman, Robinson, clearer......Oct LB
Behr Jaa Gordon, Ireland, np...Oe: 1?,'
BALTDfeaa, -; ' \?.?'Jt
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, cleared. ...Oct 19
Sehr A F Ames, Acorn, np.oct 15
Sehr Sae Cummings, Lyon.................Septls
PROVIDENCE. ; .. 7 3 *. ftsjeUJ
Bark Stella, Wetaon. np..-. .A.. ..v. :..... ..Oct 90
roi TL AND, MB, "'
Sohr Mary Collina, collina. "Oct W
?i)?na, ?r?kita,;?f^; ;
~CBJSk, GLASS ?ND:Jr^B^?;';
AT THE OLD WFAWD, ? '
K.IKG STREET, CORNER OF LIBERTY STEEET.'
The Subscriber would respect tn il y Inform bia
friends and the public that bia Stock ls BOW com?
plete in CHINS, GLASS AND CROCKERY, Plain
White and Fancy cn In a, Glass and Fancy Camar
Goods, Lampo, Shades. Ac, Ac. ?
cctio-thstu3mos R. H. MCDOWELL, Agent. .
H. KLATTE & CO.
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AGENTS FOR CHARLItTON. S.
p . . .. i r / to ?iii: .
Wo bave appointed Messrs. H. KLATT?Aoa
, Sole Agenta for Charleston for thia OalebnUed
i Brand Of PURK KENTrjCK? WHISKEYS, both;
, KYE* and BOURBON. ..--STTT - ?
? These Whiskeys are guaranteed pcreKENTtrutLT.
- cOPPf.R DISTILLED, free from ail compound tm
, purities, and hifhiv recommended by eminent .
, chemists for medical use. The Brand U patentad
; to preventinfrmgements. _'.' ,^Ho':
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i we respec*fauy Inform car friends an? OT?U?-'
- ers that we keep constantly on hand a fnBaajghj
of the above already favorablywell kaotwaJWB>'
cys. sad offer aame.to the tradeat ^d?tt?ler?? ?
i prices. - u\f^TI2 : :
aug3i-atath?mo No. IM East Bay.,
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Progs at iPfjciCTglt;..^^^^
Approved by the Imperial Academy
It is especially to its ?ninont?y sis?ttiis?
properties that Belloc's Charrcoal .owea^t? . .
great efficacy. It is spociiilj reconmitoom; r
for ihs following aiftr^ions. .m ?
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ACIOITt . , . ^ffyTv. i
DIFFICULT OI9ESTI0N ow A.br. :
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH >
DIARRHOEA ' - * '.;Jr "' |
DYSENTERY .., ;. r ..r -
BODE OP EMHJOTIIENT.-?elloca ?
is taken before or after each meal, m,UaiiOrm. :
or Pow der or Lozenges, m i,tho majority af '
cases, ils beneficial effects are felt after tba ant
dose. Detailed insiniciionsaccoiapanVeachbo^ .
ol'powder and box of lozenges.
Dtpji in Paris, L. FRERE, 19, na Jiws .
i Agents la Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE * J
Vj) A Vis, Wholesale Drogglata, .. :. < ? (-y ;
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUCHE
DR. PIERCE'SOOLDEN MEDICAL DTBCWBBx.
DeBlng's Pile Remedy
DeBlng'a Via Fogs) V A
Dr. Horsford'e Acid Phosahatsa
For sale by DB* H. BABB,
J_Na 131 Meeting atreet. . ?
sulphuric Add - "V :
Bicarbonate of Soda
Flavorlog Extracta jei> y
Qreaai of Tartar : ri ..
Alcohol, 96 per cent .
Aie., Ac, Ac v ^
At lowest market rates. By