Newspaper Page Text
.t "ii ff io?? Ser-elees ft?r To-Morrow, San.
?*M<r,Wrt?y, NoTtmbtr 3, 1873.
Christ Church-Butledge avenue, above Line
street-* P. M. Evening Prayer. Sermon
by Ber- J Mercier Green,rector. Sunday-school
"cnurohof the Holy Communion-corner ol
Ashley and Cannon streets-10.30 A. M. Morn?
ing myer. Sermon by Rev. A. Toomer Por?
ter? rector. Evening Prayer at 4 P.M.
Grace Ohnrch-Wentworth street, near
Glebe-^IO.SO A. M. Morning Prayer. Ser?
mon toy Bt. Bev. W. B. W. Howe. Sonday
school at 9 A. M.
St. Paul's Chnrch-Badcllfifeboro'. 10.30 A.
IL Morning Prayer. Sermon by Bev. James
H. Elliott Sector. Evening Prayer at-P. M.
St. John's Chapel-corner of Amherst and
Hanover-streets-10.30 A. M. Morning Prayer.
Sermon by Bev. A. W. Marshall. Evening
Prayer "at 4 PM.
si Luke's Churoh-corner of Elizabeth and
Charlotte streets-10.30 A. M. Morning
Prayer. Sermon by Bev. William 0. Prentiss,
rector. Evening Prayer and Sermon at 4.30
M. Sunday-school at 9 A. M.
St. Michael's Church-corner of Broad and
Meedng streets-10.30 A.M. Morning Prayer,
sermon by Bev. B. S. Trapler, Sector. Even?
ing Prayer at 5 P. M.
St. PhUlp'a Church-Church street, between
?ueen ana Cumberland-10.30 A. M. Morning
rayer. Sermon by Bev. Jobn Johnson, as?
sistant minister. Evening Prayer at 6.30 P. M.
BL Stephen's Free Courch-Anson street,
between Society and George-10.30 A. M.
Morning Frayer. Sermon by Bev.: w. H.
HaackeL Sermon by BL Bev. W. B. W. Howe,
- -SJ- . BOMAN CATHOLIC.
Cathedral Chapel-Queen street, opposite
Archdale-Rev. Daniel J. Qulgley, pastor;
Bev. H. P. Northrop, assistant. Low Mass at
1 and 9 A. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M. Ves?
pers and Benediction at 6.30 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
St, Joseph's Chnrch-Anson street, near
George-Bev. C. J- Croehan, pastor. Low
MeSaTYA. M. High Mass at 10.30 A. M.
Veapers and Benediction at 7.30 P.M. Sun?
day-school at 9 A. M.
St- Mary'* Church-Hasel street, near King
Ber. a B. Northrop, pastor; Bev. John O.
Schachte, assistant. Low Mass at J A. M.
Verb. Mass and Sermon at 10.30 A, M. Ves?
pers and Benediction at 5 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
gt. Patrick's Church-corner of Badcllffe
sod St. Phillp streets-Bev. John Moore, D.
D., pastor; Rev. B. Carew, assistant. Low
MaasAt 7 and 9 A.M. High Mass at 10.30 A.
M. Vespers and B?n?diction at * P. M. Sun?
day-set ool at 9 A. M.
Mais and . sermon on Sullivan's Island at ll
A. AL ' -
Pint Church-corner of Meeting and Tradd
streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Bev. J.
Forrest, D. D.? pastor, and 4 P. M.
Second Choren-corner of Meeting and Char?
lotte streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.. by Bev.
G. E. Braekett, pastor. Sunday-school at 6 P.
Central Churoh-Meeting street, near Soci?
ety. Bermon at 10,30 A. M. by Bev. W. C.
Dana. D. D., pastor.
Glebe street Church-Glebe street, near
Wentworth. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Bev.
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D., pastor.
Sullivan's Island Churoh-Sermon at ll A.
Bethel Church-corner of Pitt and Calhoun
street?. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by Rev. A. M.
Chrlei zberti, pastor, and at3.30 P. M. Sunday
school at 9 A. M.
Spring Btreet Church-corner ol Spring and
Coming streets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.,
and at 7. P. M., byJobn T. Wightman, n.
U, pastor. Sunday-school at 4 P. M.
trinity Church-corner Basel street and
: Malden lane. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., by
Whitefoord Smith, D. D., pastor. At 7 P. M.
sermon by Bev. B.D. Smart. Sunday-school
at 3^0 PM,
LUTHER Ali. .
BL Matthew's (German) Evangelical Church
-King street, near Vanderhonrt Sermon at
10.30 A. M. by Bev. L. Muller, pastor, and at
4 P.M. Sunday-School at 9 A. M.
St. John's Evangelical Church-corner Arch?
dale and Clifford streets. Anniversary Sermon
at 10.30A. M. by Bev. T. W. Dosb, pastor, and
at4 P. M. Sunday-school alter the morning
''wentworth Street Church. Sermon at 10.30
A. M. hy Bev. W. 8. Bowman, pastor.
Quarterly Bund av-school exercises at 3.30 P. M.
Bunday-aohool at 9 A. M. g
??-. V , "-, .j. ?" * v
Citadel Square Churoh-corner of Meeting
arid Henrietta ?treets. Sermon at 10.30 A. M.
2Ber. J. A. Cham bl Isa, Pastor, and at 3.30 P.
Bunday-schoal at 9 A. M. Monthly Mis- j
aionary meeting at 7.16 P. M.
First Baptist Church-Church street, be?
tween Tradd and Water. Sermon by Bev.
.P. Gowan, at IC.30 A. M. Sunday-school at 9
Unitarian Choreto -Archdale street, between
Queen and Clifford. Servloec at 10.30 A. M.
Circular Church-Meeting street, between
Queen and Cumberland. Sermon at 10.30 A.
M. by Bev. W. H. Anama, pastor, and at 6
Huguenot Chnrch-corner of Qneen and
Church streotfl. Sermon at 10.30 A. M. by
Bev. O. S. Vedder, Pastor, and at 4.30 P.M.
Mariners' Church-Church street, between
Water street and Stoli's alley. Sermon at 10.30
A, M. by Ber. W. B. Yates, chaplain.
OrptaanboDse Chapel-vanderhorst street,
between King and St. Phillp streets. Sermon
St 3.30 P. M. by Bev. Wm. H Hanckel.
Reform? tl ou Davy.
Last Thursday, the 31st of October, was the
anniversary of the Beformatlon. Services
commemorative of the day are usually held
IQ the Lutheran churches on the Sunday near?
est the-anniversary. The Bev. T. W. Doab,
pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Arch?
dale street, will preach a sermon In that
ohnrch to-morrow morning, on Tbe Befor?
All Saints* Day,
Yesterday was all Saints' Day, a festival ob?
served by the Catholic and Protestant Eplsco- j
ral Churches in commemoration of all the
eninta. Of tbe Episcopal Churches In this city
morning services were held In St. Michael's
and St, Philip's. Early mass was celebrated
at 6 A. M., in tbe varions Catholic churches,
and inter In the day the usual Sunday servi?
ces were held.
Bishop Howe will preach at St. Stephen's
Church, Anson street, to-morrow evening, at
half-past 7 o'clock.
A (?mon In behalf ot the Widows' and Or- ?
phana? Society will be delivered by Bishop j
Howe, at Grace Church, to-morrow morning.
The Citadel Square Baptist Church, since
the Installation of the new pastor, Bev. J. A.
Cbembllss, bas been regularly opened for ser?
vices on Sunday. Strangers visiting the city
are Invited to attend, and a committee Is sta
oned at the door to provide them with seats.
A monthly concert ot prayer for missions will
be beld in the lecture room, to-morrow eve- i
nlng, at a quarter past 7 o'clock.
The quarterly exercises of the Sunday
School ol the Wentworth strent Lutheran
Chnrch will take place In that chnroh at 3.30
o'clock to-morrow. The children will occupy
the body of the church, and will give exhibi?
tions o? singing. A sermon appropriate to the
occasion will be preached by the pastor, Bev.
W. S. Bowman. Tbe public are Invited to at?
ECIIOPSAH EXPORTS.-There was cleared
yesterday for Liverpool the British bark Bel
Stewart-vessel by Mr. Alfred J. Creighton,
cargo by Messrs. C. N. Hubert 4 Co.-wlth
1938 bales upland cotton. There was also
cleared, on Thursday, the Briilsh bark Ada for
the above port, with 2736 bales upland cotton,
Also the British ship Lady Duntrln lor Liver?
pool, by Mr. Henry Card, with th? large cargo
of 3100 bales npland cotton, and 166 tons phoa
.'tn "' ??r.i. .'?Vi- a ....
RUSTING THE HTTPORHJNORl
A Hlppopathalogloal Toar of Ia
g-atlon-Swinging Ko rand the Cl:
the Charleston Stable!-No Bia
There waa a vague but alarming rumi
terday ot the appearance In Charleston
case o? the dreaded Hlppozymosis, or
ever the Northern horse fever may be
and a reporter of THE NEWS accoi
started out with the full determinatio?
ns would find that hlppozymoslBtlcal b
be were to be lound in Charleston, or pe
the attempt. Alter some hours ot path
vestigatloD, however, in the course of
the reporter interviewed some hundr
horses, ot all varieties of physical con
from the frisky young colt to the spavin
broken-winded cart horse, he was for
the conclusion that this polysyllabic ep
had as yet tailed to find a victim In th
tude, and that the rnmers of Ks arriva
were either a cruel conspiracy again
stable-keepers and the reporter, orelee
a h ear Hess delusion and a snare.
' The stables visited were Graham's,
man's, McCoy's, Bessel's, Picket's, He
Hockaday's, Christopher's, and half a
others, and the number ot horses, i
jackasses, ?fcc., Inspected was somethlc
than a thousand. On several occaslo
reporter got close upon the track of
promised to ben good genuine case
real, original Jacobs, bnt after foilowii
trail of the suspected brute, sometlm
hours, he would finally spot him, and fi
bis inerrable disgust that the terrible epl
was only some wretchedly simple case ol
Some of these adventures had an am
phase, but they were none of them wi
their very disagreeable features, as, fi
etance, In one ciso where tbe reporter w
ferred to a down-town stable, where ll
said a well-known farrier had been sent
haste to attend an aggravated case o
genuine hippo-malaria. The reporter hast
to the stable and found the farrier elaboi
Inspecting the horse's mouth, prying ope
eyes, blowing Into his ears, poking his
and going religiously through all the i
ceremonies affected by the modern 1
doctor, while an assistant was caressing
u stable shovel another brute who was t
to Interfere. The reporter opened bis
and bli note book simultaneously, and
ceeded to interview the whole party,
opened fire first on the farrier as follows :
Reporter. Well, doctor, have you got a
of the hlpporblQorrhea here ?
Farrier. No, slr, I guess not.
Reporter. What are the symptoms ?
Farrier. Well, he has some cough, a 1
discharge irom the eyes and nose, dlslno
tlon for feed, laziness, general debility, &
Reporter (Industriously taking notes.) Tl
are exactly the symptoms they find In
New York cases, aren't they ?
I Farrier. Yes, slr, I believe so.
Reporter. Abd yet you don't think he
the epidemic ?
Farrier. No, slr, I guess not. A good m
horses have colds, Ac, just now.
Reporter. How long since the horse
Farrier. I dont know, slr. Here's
owner ; perhaps be can tell yon.
Reporter (to the proprietor of the stab
How long bas your horse been sick, slr ?
The proprietor (after a long look at
horse and an evident wrestle with his mt
ory.) Well, I don't rightly remember. 1
owned the horse about three years, and 1
j been that way pretty much ever since ]
known him. I bought him out In Georj
and you might find out
The reporter didn't wait to bear any mo
A horse car was going by, and he remembei
an engagement that he bad down town, I
just as he was going ont of the stable tl
brute of a horse that ho had been so sollt
onaly Inquiring about broke out into the mi
malicious horse-laugh that ever emanat
Irom the lungs of any equine devil since t
days of Pythagoras.
After half a dozen false alarms, simular
the last, the reporter worked his way up
one of the largest np-town stable a, ead look
Into that institution In the expectation of flo
lng the latest news about the epidemic. Me?
lng an unbleached citizen, who had evident
been to the circus and was balancing a manu
tort on one section ol a nose which was adn
rably adapted to that purpose, tbe reporter 1
"Got any Bick horses here ?"
"Yes, sab; got one sick h o ss, s ho. He's
The reporter asked to have the anim
brought out lor Inspection, and she was ai
cordlngly produced. She looked slck.'enougl
certainly, to be guilty or hipt .alnorrhea <
any other Jaw-breaking mandy, and sh
looked very sheepishly out of ber well eye i
though ashamed o? being caught In the act (
epozootlclsm. Her head hung down, and be
eyes were filled with big round tears, he
mouth had a watery look abont lt, and
rheumy streamlet Issued from her nostrils
her knees played a tremulous tattoo agalns
each other, and seemed hardly able to sup
port her attenuated frame, and ber nn
kempt coat looked as though it might be lui
of mouse-nests. The reporter felt convince?
that he had at last discovered the genuin?
hlppozymoslstical brute that he had been st
energetically searching for, and he gazed u poi
that venerable and afflicted quadruped witt
feelings of affection, such as a patriotic citi?
zen of Chicago m.-ght entertain toward that
historio cow o? Mrs. O'Leary's. He agait
commenced his Inquiries as follows:
Reporter. What lo they say alls thia animal \
Othello. Well, some says one thing and
some Bays another. Some says Its the strangles
and others says Its the blind staggers. I knows
what lt ls though, and TU tell you If you won't
go and tell nobody.
Reporter. My young friend, I am a reporter
of THE CHARLESTON NE wa, and I am bound
to publish lid that paper all the important dis?
coveries that I make. I feel lt my duty to
give you this warning. But If you know what
ails this animal yon must tell me the truth
about lt, lor this ls a very serious matter.
Othello. Well den, 'Mlsser 'Porter, I'll tell
yon de whole troof about it You see, las'
Monday I was putting dis horse up for de
night, and de consarned ornery brute wouldn't
get round no bow. So I kinder punched bim
a attie wld de pitchfork, and I guess lt kinder
went Into bis stomach, and since den be han't
seemed to bab much appetite no how. Bot I
didn't go to do lt, no how, 'deed I didn't,
Again the reporter seemed to suddenly lose
his Interest in the case, and to remember
another engagement at the other end o? the
city, but he does sincerely hope that that un?
happy stable-boy will get his deserts either In
this world or the next for bte cruelty both to
lue mare and the newspaper man.
The simple facts of the case, as far as
Charleston and the horse malady are concern?
ed, are that there has not been a single at?
tack of the epidemic In this city. The trying
and changabte weather of the past two
weeks has been severe on tbe dray-horses,
wbo have durlDg all that time been worked
very hard on account of the activity In the
fall trade, and many of them are now suffer?
ing with colds and are In such a low condition
generally as to be subject to contagion If a sin?
gle case of the disease should be brought to
tbe olly. There are many other horses
that haye lately been brought to the
city by rall, which have been overheated and
chafed hi the box cara and have got severe
colds in consequence. In many of these cases
a short dry cough appears as one ol the symp
tons, but this, as every horseman knows, ls by
no means alarming or unusual. In nearly all
Of the saleB stables the animals are as sound
as a bell and as frisky as kittens, but in the
livery and dray stables many ol the animals
exhibit the ordinary results of the bard work
tbat hus recently been required of tbem. In
the City Railroad stables the stock is in ex?
cellent condition, the only horse that ls
disabled having accidentally had a nail
ran into bis loot The horses of this
company are worked hard, but they are
alwayB carefully rubbed down as soon as
they come Into the stables, and if the
same precautions were rigidly enforced In the
case ot the hack acd dray horses, there would
be far less sickness to report among them.
MEETINGS IBIS DAT.
Typographical Society, at half-past 7 P. M.
Union Kilwinning Lodge, at 7 P. M.
Board ol Examiners Charleston County, at
9 A- M- m
; Mr. M. L. Hearne, the local observer of the
United States signal service, has furnished us
with th" following s uti si les of the weather du?
ring the month ol October. Hean elevation
ol the barometer lor the month 30.058; mean
elevation of the thermometer for the month
64.8; .total rainfall 4.21 Inches; prevailing
wind, northeast; total number of miles trav?
elled by the wind during the month 5185.
The range of the thermometer yesterday,
at the drag store ol Dr. Jos. Blackman, on
the sooth aide of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 55; 10 A. M., 69; 12 M, 63; 2 P. M., 64;
4 P. M., 63; 6 P. M., 62; 8 P. M., 61.
-The attention of passengers and shippers
to Savannah and Florida Is called to special
notice ot agents of steamer City Point, that
she will sall this evening at eight o'clock.
-John Edwards, a cabin boy, ran away Irom
the ship J. R. Boyd yesterday. He was shortly
afterwards captured by the detectives and re?
turned to tbe ship.
-The Devereux Brothers are working night
and day upon the Masonic Temple in order to
effect Its completion by the 6th ot December,
the time appointed for Us dedication.
Hagle, Mirth, and Mnale.
The performances ol the Multum In Parvo
Troupe last night were witnessed by a larger
audience than on the night previous. They
were fully as good as on that occasion, and
were equally well received. Harry McCarthy's
powers of mimicry are admirable, and bis ex?
ercises of them last evening caused the sides
ot tbe spectators to ache with laughter. Tbere
will be a grand matinee to-day, and a farewell
performance this evening.
Fenan McBride and Bella Gaillard, disorder?
ly, two dollars or twenty days eacb. John
Brown, drank, one dollar. Henry Mar, Wil?
liam Doctor and Stephen Smltb, lodged by the
United States commissioner, delivered to
warrant. Harry Saunders, selling fish with*
out a license, dismissed. A goat at large, one
United States Commissioner.
Henry Mack, William Doctor, Stephen Smith
and Thomas Manlgault, from John's Island,
were carried before Commissioner PorteouB,
yesterday, charged with violations of election
laws. They were bound over tor further ex?
The following sentences were prononnoed :
H. W. Hendricks, assault, twenty dollars
and costs or three months In jail.
Mingo Goodwlne, alias William Mackey,
burglary and larceny, four years in peniten?
William Stoard, petty larceny, one year in
William Harrison and Joseph Burdow, bur?
glary and larceny, three years In penitentiary
Wesley Steadman, grand larceny, three
years In penitentiary.
Sol Cuthbert, robbery, three years In peni?
William H?ge, assault and battery, twenty
dollars and costs, or three months in Jail.
Lewis Smith, false Imprisonment and a ?ault
and battery, fifty dollars and costs, or six
months in Jail.
Northeastern Railroad Company, neglecting
to pay money to the State, $1750 and costs;
The South Carolina Railroad Company, ne?
glecting and reiuBlng to pay money to the
State, $2260 and costs; appealed.
The Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Company, neglecting and refusing to pay
money to the State, $1750 and costs; ap?
Augustus Edwards, assault and battery,
twenty-five dollars and costs, or three months
A new trial was granted In the case of James
H. Stevens, assault and battery.
Joe Walker, charged with grand larceny,
was discharged on bis own recognizance, and
hla case was continued to the next term.
Bench warrants were Issued against all per?
sons convicted at the present term of the
court who failed to appear for sentence.
The contingent docket was called. Twenty
two cases were stricken off and nine con?
tinued. Tbe jurors were discharged.
REMOVAL.- Messrs. Stelnmeyer A Stokes,
the extensive lumber dealers, baying lound
their former quarters Inadequate to the in?
creasing demands of their trade, have leased
tbe premises BO long known as Clark's Plan?
ing Mill, at tbe corner of Lynch and Beaufaln
s treets, and yesterday removed their business
to the new location. This enlargement of
their business facilities ls not only encourage
ing as Indicating the well deserved prosperity
ol an enterprising and flourishing firm, but as
an evidence of the progress now making in
building enterprises in Charleston, which ls
causing the Increased demand lor sawed and
dressed lumber aud for otber materials In this
line of trade.
A NEW AN? BEAUTIFUL stock of Rich Fancy
Goods, Toys, Games, Fireworks, French Con?
fectionery, Rubber Goods, Ac, Ac, ls now
opening, (nearly every steamer brings In a
freBh supply ot the latest novelties until the
holidays are over,) at Von Santen's Bazaar,
No. 229 King street, aext to Academy ol Mu?
MB. SODBEB invites attention to his Stock of
Photograph Frames Just received, embracing
upwards of thirty different styles, many ol
them of entirely new design and beauty of
finish, which be offers to cash buyers at a j
small advance oncost. BOEDER'S Gallery, No.
263 King street oct81-lmo
FrmcHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains in Carpets, Bogs, Drug?
gets, Oil Cloths, Ac; also speolal bargains in
Cloths ot all description.
GENTS' FDBNISHINQ Goons.-The best as?
sortment In town can be found at Forchgott,
Benedict A Co.
FDROHQOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co. offer a very
floe Kid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,
$1 35. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated
Cheilley's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
tor which we are ihe sole agents.
CHROKOS.-To clOBe out the balance ot our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40o. to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
MEOICAL 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 bave from time to time
been introduced, in the hope of dividing tbe
field with tbat famous vegetable remedy.
Signal failure has been the lot of each and all.
The reputation of the Bitters as 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 teven, and all complaints to which
the more sensitive sex are exclusively liable,
ls 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
bills by tbe winds that rustle through their
PLATINO CABOS, wholesale and retail, very
I cheap, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street.
YEST CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy ol
? ? ?
GENTLEMEN'S Winter Coats, Pants, Ac,
dyed, renewed, cleaned, binded and mended
at Otto Sonntag's, Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth
street, near Artesian well, between Meeting
and Anson streets.
WHAT THERE Is left of those fonr hundred
I Singer Sewing Machines tor Bale for cash,
J with discount off, or on Instalments ol ten
] dollars per month. oot26-stu4
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
I each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street,
LIVERPOOL-Per Br ship Lady Dufferln-3100
bales upland roci?n. 166 tona phosphate rock..
Per Br bark Aaa-2735 bales upland cotton.
Per Br bar* Bel ? te wart-1933 balea upland cot?
NEW TORE-Per BC hr Florence Rogers-eos bbls
naval stores, 498 casks kaolin clay, 60-tona plate
Iron. 70 empty ale barrels, fl boxea machinery.
PHILADELPHIA--Per steamship Virginia-667
balea cotton. 40 tierces rice, 882 bbls naval scores,
116. bal es domestica, 67 bau cn es of bananas, and
46 pkps sundries.
BALTIMOBB-Per sehr Mary Man kin-120,000
feet lumber.Per sehr Bei Jamln Gartolde-460
tons phosphate rock.
w xv M OUT a, MASS-Par sehr F Merwin-620
tona phosph a tc ruck. -
The Charleston Cotton, Rice anti Narai
Store* Pl a ric rt s,
OFFIOI CHARLESTON NEWS, \
FRIDAY EVENING, November 1, 1872. J
COTTON.-with a restricted demand the market
I showed dull and weak features, caialng prices to
be weak and easier and somewhat nominal,
sales near soo bales, say 36 at 17, 60 at nx, 88 at
18,28 at isM at ian, 20 at 18?. We quote:
Ordinary te good ordinary.17 ?\'X
Low ml idling.isx@
RICK.-This grain waa In good demand at Arm
and fall prices. Sales about 140 tierces or clean
[ Carolina, among which were 4 tierces at ex, 46 at
I ex. 37 at 7 l ie. s at TX, 36 on private terms. We
quote common to fair at e@ax; good BX?iX.
NAVAL STORES. -The receipts were 128 bbls
spirits turpentine end 806 bbls roam. The mar.
ket was quiet and there was no business re?
ported. Grade turpentine may be quoted at |4 26
per bbl. for virgin and yellow dip, and $2 60 for
FREIGHTS. TO Liverpool, by 6team,direct, Il iad
[ on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
Tork, *t*d on nplands,-on sea Islands; by sall, J
??@17-82d on uplands, on sra islands nommai.
To Havre, ixe on nplands. Goastwlse-to New
York, by steam, Mo os uplands and - on sea
leland-,; $2* tierce on rice; soo V bbl on roBln;
by sall,-c fl te on cotton; -0? tierce on
rice; soc fl bbl on rosin; $11? 12 fl M on lnmber;
$12?12 60 fl M on timber. To Boat n, by steam
[ Xe on uplands and $2 60 ft tierce on rice; by Ball,
-efl noa uplands; ros lu 700; rosa wed staff
$12? 12 60; timber $13@T3 60; phosphate $6@6 60.
[ To Providence, by sall $10@ll fl M on boards;
ft nt on cotton; by steam xe via New Tork.
To Philadelphia, by steam xe on uplands; $176 j
fl tierce on rice; soo fl bb! on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Throngh bills of lading given to Boston, Provl
[ dence and the New England cltleu are regularly
issued on thia route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By sall, $8 fi M on boarda; $12 on Umber;_ft
ton on clay; $3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore,
by steam -0 ft lb; by sall $8@8&o fi Mon
boards;-on timber; $3 60 fi ton at oliy; $4?
4 60 fl ton upriver on phosphate rook, vessels
are la demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown. S. C., Darien and Satll
la River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern
ports, and $10012 fi M are the ratea on timber
Exeu ANGE.-.-S te ri log so day bills 20.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka parchase
I sight checks on New York at X?X per cent, off,
and sell at par.
Marketa br Teiegrapn.
LONDON, November 1.
Noon.-No market to-day.
FRANKFORT, November L
PARIS, November 1.
?... NEW YORE, November 1.
Noon.-Freights steady. StockB easier. Gold
heavy at I2tf. Money Arm at 7. Exchange
! long, 8X; short 9#. Qovernmenta dull and
heavy, state bonds dull.
Kvenlng.-Freights steadier: cotton 3ia7-16
Money 4a6. Sterling 8Xa8?. Gold llj/all*'
Governments fraction lower, very dull, steady.
LIVERPOOL, November 1.
Noon.-Cotton opened qolet and steady : nplands
lOXd; OrleanslOxd; sates 12,000 bales, ?or the
week 103.000; export 12,000; speculation l3 0t.o
atocg 467,000, American 38,000; receipts 76 ooo'
American 20,000; actual exports fl.uoo; a?oat
204 ooo, American 65,000. AMM*J
Lmer.-co ti on steady; speculation and export
3,000 bales; uplands loalOtfd; orleans io,'<d.
Evening.-Yarns and fabrics Arm anti prices
generally higher; cotton closed unchanged.
NEW YORK, November L
Noon.-Cotton dull and nominal: uplands I9??f
Orleans 20*0. _Z
Evening -cotton weak; Balea 2360 bales- mid
dlin?s i9Xc; Orleans 20&; net receipts Ooo baie*
gross receipts 2830. Sales of futures 22,200" N?
vember, I8\ai8 ls-lfl; December. 19?al9 ?i-ia
January, 18X&IS%; February, 19al9>i; March
June lix' APrU' 19 ll'16a19 13'16' Ma*?
BOSTON, November 1.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20Jic; net receipts 40
balea; groes 2?i; stock 260; net receipts of the
week 479; grose 4339; exports to Great Britain 94
PHILADELPHI 1, November L
Cotton qnlet; middlings 20c; net receipts of the
wetk 205 bales; gross 3493.
PROVIDENCE. November L
Net receipts of the week 416 bales; stock S600.
B iLTiM 3RB, November 1.
Cotton dall; middlings lOtfc; receipts iso bales;
gross 240; exports coastwise HO; sales 110; stock
1834; weekly net receipts ?12: gross 2619; exports
to Great Britain 648; coastwise S "ll.
NORFOLK, November 1.
Cotton steady; low mlddllog I8)iai8xc; net
receipts 2165 bales; exports coastwise 280; eales
400; stock 8206; weekly net receipts 12 289; ex?
ports coastwise 11,214; sa es 210.
WILMINGTON, November 1.
Cotton steady; middlings msc; net receipts 96
bales; exports coastwise 128; sales 95; stock 3028;
weekly net receipts t87; exports coastwise 1385;
SAVANNAH, November 1.
Cotton qa les; ordinary iee ; good ordinary 17X&
17M; low middlings lSKalSK; middlings is*; uet
receipts 6165 bales; exports to tbe Continent 1250;
coastwise 1636; sales 1177; stock 67,474; weekly
net receipts 27,833; exports to Great Brlrain 2*65;
Continent 6324; coast wu e bita-; Kales is,63i.
AUGUSTA, November 1.
Cotton easy; middlings 17>ic; net receipts 1941
bales; sales 1469: stock 2487; weekly receipts 9060;
MACON, November 1.
Cotton steady: weekly receipts 4222; shipments
3380; Stock 1Q1872, 6637.
COLUHEUS, November 1.
Cotton quiet; middlings 18c; receipts 2695
bales; shipments 2200; spinners 68; stick 2959.
MEMPHIS, November l.
Cotton dull; middling* lSJio; receipts 3766
bales; shipments 1305; stock 17,696; weekly re?
ceipts 17,083; hhlpments 10.184; sales 10,000.
NASHVILLE, November 1.
Cotton dall; middlings 17*c; receipts 2931
bales; shipments 2492; stock 2249.
MONTGOMERY. November 1.
Cotton quiet; low middlings i7Xc; receipts 8510
bales; shipments 3204; stock 7708.
SELMA, November 1.
Cotton-receipts 2370 bales; shipments 1168;
MOBILE, November 1.
Cotton weak; good ordinary 18c, low mtddllugs
18xc, middlings 18Jic; net receipts 1676 bales; ex?
ports coastwise issi; sales 1000; stock 16,196;
weekly net receipts lv,993; exports coastwise 8000;
NEW ORLEANS, November 1.
Cotton easier: middlings 19Xc, ?ow middlings
I'Ho, good ordinary I80; net receipts 407a bales;
grays 6268; exports to Great Britain 4616; conti?
nent 617; coastwise 882; sales last evening 14Co;
stock 103,614; weekly net receipts 36,663; gross
46,112; exports to Great Britain 10,678; continent
14,414; coastwise 7068; sales23,000.
OALVSSTON, November l.
Cotton, estimated receipts, noo bales; stock 37,
PROVISION'S AND PBODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, November 1.
Noon.-Red winter wheat IIB sdailB ed. corn
Evening.-snort middles 37s. Common rosin
Hs 3d. Turpentine 40a41s.
NEV YORK. November L
Noon.-Floor A shade armer. Wheat advanc?
ing. Cern very Arm. Por- quiet at $16 76al6 80.
Lard doll;steam 8Kc. Turpeutinesteady at 62Kc.
Rosin quiet ai $4 26.
Evening.-Flour rather more active and a shade
Armer. Whiskey Armer with a light supply at 04
a94Kc Wheat ia2c better ; good export bat mod?
erate milling demand; wlater red and Western
$1 eon 67. Corn xe better. Rosin $9; inquiry
mostly for exoort. Rice quiet at 7S'a8Kc. Fork
unsettled, $l6 80al5 86. Lard weak at SKassc.
Naval stores steady. Tallow weak at ?>?<>t?*?c.
BALTIMORE, November l.
Floor dall and unchanged. Wheat Arm and
stead?. Corn higher-white 60a69c ; yellow 65a
eoe. Oats 40a43o. Provisions dull and un?
changed. Lard Armer at 8Xe. Whiskey 94Kc.
CINCINNATI. November L
Flosr steady. Corn in fair demand and Arm;
old and new 38a39c Pork nominal at $16. Lard
quiet and weak; steam 7;i?c;new and old kettie
7d7j;c. Bacon steady; Jobbing shoulders Sjfc;
clear ribs 10c; clear sider lose for mw; no old
offered. Whiskey in good demand aud un?
ST, LoOTl, November 1.
Floor unchanged, porn dull and droop?ot-; No,
2 mixed i3c. whiskey steady at 89c. Pork un?
changed. Bacon rasier; small cash lots, shoul?
ders 6Xa7c; clear ribs usc; clear sides usance.
LOUISVILLE, November 1.
Flour steady. Corn qnlet and unchanged. Pro?
visions-absence of business for want of stock :
Baron shoulders 6Kalp ; clear rib, io sal ic.
Lard 8\c. Whiskey arm at 900.
Wilmington Naval Stores Market
WILMINGTON, Octobar 81.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The market during the
past week has b. eh very unsettled In tone, but
prices have shown bat little change. Friday the
market opened at 67c the closing Agares t f last
,wetk, and ruled steady with large transactions
np to Tuesday, when, ander les? favorhble tele?
grams, lt declined Ko. Wednesday and up to
the time of cloding our review, nie dullness con?
tinues, with prices tending downward: The re
celpta for the week show a decided Improvement,
owing 10 the opening of the water courses, and
were 2865 casks against 1473 casks foi last week.
The exports, 1384 casks, against. 896 for last week,
also show an increase 01' 488 casks. The stock in
market shows a slight 11,crease.
' CRUDE TURPENTINE.- throughout the month
just bronght to a close, there have beeu bat few
alterations of our quotations from week to week.
It appears that the market has reached a stand.
lng point, at prices both sa- lafactory to bur er and
seller, and remains stationary, neither se 1er nor
bayer appearing to take but tittle Interest In the
advancement or red nc; ?on of prices. During the
week the receipts have assumed a size, and the
scarcity felt for man ufa c turing purposes has been
temporarily relieved. The export demand con?
tinues to be very large, and considerable or the
receipts have been taken for this purpose. The
receipts for the r0 .k, 1916 bbls against 802 bbis
for last w mc r ease of 1004 bbls. Tue ex?
ports. 860 uois, agi Ins 1687 bbls, ls also an increase
of 337 bbls. At the tine rf closlog our report,
the market ls steady at $3 26 for hard, und $5 for
yellow dip and virgin.
ROSIN.-Boring the week there has been no
abatement of the dullness of the rosin marget re?
ported at the close of oar last week y. Strained,
which ls principally the leading quality, has (ex?
cept In the earlier part of our review) beeu very
quiet and depressed. Friday the market opened
at $3 80, and upwards of 2600bbls chunged hands.
Saturday, advices from New York bein? ad ve-se
to prices, buyers were offering lower Agares, bat
sei en refused to sell. This staie of affairs
was kept np until Tuesday evening, when
the market showing no improved feeLng sel?
lers conceded to a decllue or 10c, and 4oo bbls
changed owners. Wednesday a smad transac?
tion at the previous decline was reported, but the
market was 1 xtremelj heavy. Tu.day there ls
no Improvement In the tone of the marker, and
we close our report with a dall and declining
market. No 2 has been entirely nominal, No 1
This grade also shows a slight decllue. 7 he in?
quiry has been fair, and several transactions have
taken place. Pales-The One qualities of this
grade cent inue to be ir, good request. The lower
grades have, though, been almost entirely ne?
glected. The reoelpta show a decided Improve?
ment, the late rise in the river allowing the quan?
tity which has accumulated tn that seddon of the
country to be brought tn. The exports for the
week were quite free, ima very little if asy stock
WILMINGTON, October 81.-P. M.
SriRrrs TURPSNTINB.-sales of 60 casks at 56Sc
per gallon for southern packages.
ROSIN.-Sales of 1875 bbl? (.trained nt $3 65, 360
bbis low No. 1 and No. 1 (mixed) at $3 75a4 and
60 bbls extra No. 1 at 14 26 per bbL
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Continues to be In fair
receipt, and good request. Receipts and sales of
390 bbls at $8 26 for hard, and $6 ror yellow din
and virgin, *
TAH.-sales of 76 bbls at $3 80 per bbl. Market
COTTON-Market quiet and nominal. The New
York market being sc off, buyers are out of Uie
Weekly Rcvliw or the Savannah Cot?
SAVANNAH. October 31.
COTTON-UPLANDS.-The market bas ruled
strong daring the entire week at excessive prices
all lots being readily taken np as roan as nut
npon the market; in raer, the demand considera?
bly exceeded the supply, and shows the largest
transactions for any one week this season.
The receipts at this port for the week are* Per
Central Railroad, 19.C19 bales upland; rer Atlan?
tic and Guir Railroad, 7797 bales upland and 69
bales sea Island; from An gu? ta and landings 617
bales nplaud; from Fioilda, 14 bales upland'and
189 bales sea island, and, by carts and river
crafts, 44 bales OP laud and 39 bales sea Island
making a toial of 27,601 bales upland and 287
bales sea bland, against 19.476 bales upland and
188 bales Bea island corresponding week last
! The exporta for the same time were as follows .
Foreign-To Liverpool 4106 bales upland* to'
Havre 1260 bales upland; to Cork for orders 1850
bales upland; to Bremen 2269 balee upland- to
Russia 3315 bales upland, coastwise-TO NAW
York 6979 bales uplatd and 6 bale? sea island* to
Philadelphia 9?3 balea upland; to Bost n 1776 ba es
upland, and to Baltimore 60 bales upland, making
a total of 21,826 bales upland and 6 bales sea
island, against 13.768 bales nplaDd and 106 bales
sea island corresponding period la* t year.
SBA ISLAND.-We have no change to note In the
past week. While there has been some Inquiry,
we hear of no transactions, buyers still refusing
to operate unless at concessions, which sellers are
unwilling to conceda We continue to quote
good medium AOa&St ; medium flne 65a60c. Re?
ceipts for the week 217 bales.
New York Rice Market.
Nsw YORK, October 81.
The Dally Bulletin says: Southern advices are
stronger, and the market for Carolina shows an
Improved tone. We note sales of 70 tierces ai 7tf
as sc. Rangoon ls selling lu a Jobbing way at
steady flgures. We hear of 150 bags at 6Ka7c.
No Patna ls moving.
New York hTnval Stores Market.
NEW YORK, October 81.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 1025
bbis rosin. Spirits terpentine is only moderately
active and at the opening Was a shade easier,
thougn toward the close a partial recovery was
established, sales 26) bbls at 62c; 40 bois at 61 Kc
dat; 99 bbls at 62sc, and 60 New York bbls at64c,
Closing with 62cAat bid or equal to about 02Jf*c.
Strained rosin ls ne fleeted and prices nominally
lower owing to a dec une In England reported by
on?l h ?Si ??etter Brades are also quiet, and we
Tar I 8aliB or 300 OW* No 1 at $4 T5a6.
atna? t????vJSi? ^hanged. Pitch continues
ls yet.' 111 not affecting the price
Interior Cotton Markets.
Bales of cotton to-day lu ffi'-^S^^'n
landa I8?i8xc. a,e? ' Addling up
The market conUnuJ?aSl ar00^0"3?'
prices. WenowqTe? advancing
The receipts during t^p^^^^-,
been so liberal as the preceding two week? ?f?
we quote tbe market quiet it 17 cent! for J&?
ordinary 17* to J? cen.aforlowrnldmi^
18 coats for middlings, closing on Sat?T tmh
above quotations barely sus alaed. y ?
WiNNSBORO'. OotOhAr sn
For the past two daya 270 balea or cotton hive
beeu sold m thia market, at 17 to 17 x cents.
. . .. MACON, October 80.
A heavy business wa9 done to-day In the cotton
market. The receipts were very larne Hnd a
good demand took all offerings The market
closed stromr at 17Xc. The receipts to-day were
720 bales ; shipments 378 ; sates 873.
- COLUMBUS, October 30.
Market quiet. Low middlings i8c. middlings
18^0 ; salea 434 balea ; recelpra 760 balea ; emp?
MONTO ou ?KY, October 30.
Cotton market Arm ; 0.17 ; 0. 0., n\ ; s. O.
0., 18 ; L. M., 18X ; M.. 18*.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.NOVEMBBB 2, 1872.
?.at. Si deg 46 min 83 sec. | Lon 7? don A7 mm '?T Ft c.
. ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-left
20ih instant. Mdse. To Jas Adger ft co, J
Archer, J E Adger A co. Adams, Damon & co,
D A Arame, J Allan, B Boyd, H Bischoff A co, 0
Bart <t co, T M Brlstoll A co, Edwin Bates A CO,
A Brookbanks, Bollmann Bro", F U Borner, Ed
Ball, E F Benedict, H Cobla A 00, Geo W Clark,
Crane, Boy la ton A co, Chase ft Cuttlno, L Chap?n,
Mrs-M Dunlap, Douglas A Miller: P Darcy. Dowle,
Moise A Davis, Jas tl Elliott & co, Jno h Fairly A
co, D Fitz (Jibbon, B Farly, 0 D Frau eke. J Trim
A ?o, D F Fleming A co, 8 BAM Forgan le, J H
Graver, J H Gorham, J Graver A Bro, H Gerdts A
00, C Graveley, W a Gibson F L Golllemlo, N A
Hunt, * ll Hayden, G Hoffman, G s Hacker, Jno
HUTKL'' ?. A co, Hatt A co, KUnck, wiekenberg A
co, Elnaman Broa, E Lee. Lilienthal A co, J H
Lopez. E Lafitte A co, J H Lawton P B Laane A
co, Lanrey. Alexander A co, Wm McKay, Man.
tone A co. Mc hoy ft Rice. Jno G M?nor A co, Mar?
tin A Mood, Nacbman A co, A Mmltz A co, B
OJ veil. J F O'Neill, D Paul * co, 0 P Poppen
he im, R.ecke A Petermann, J N Robson, u C right?
er. Rayenel, Holme!) A co, ttaveoel & co, Savan
nan A Charleston Railroad. Wm Shepherd A co,
Stedens. Werner A Ducker, E B stoddard A co,
Thomas A Lanneau, M Trleat, s Thompson, B
ThomllDBon A co, Tiedeman. calder * 00, K L
Wella, ? li Wilson A Bro, O F Wie tera, J H W?hr
mann A co, williams, black A CO, J Apple, K D
Andrews, MAA Ashton", E T Brown. G L Buist,
Joa ??eden, Geo Connor, Chapeau A Heffron, E fl.
Cow per th walt, I L Kalk A co, B Feldman n A c.
Graman A Sch wake, Fogartle'a Book Stoie, W I
Johns, J H Dyer. Kreisel A Bi'andea^A Langer,
M Marks, R Martin. Ed Perry, 0 F Perkins; Quack
enbuHh, Estlll A co, Stoll, Webb A co, .- ttele d
Wardell, bell A Foster. On Wednesday, aoth mat,
8 AM, exchanged signals with steamship James
Adger, off Cape Lookout.
Brig EdltQ Hail, Oliver, Baltimore-8 days
Ci'al and sundries 'io Street Bros A co, H I
Baker, hgt, and order.
Sehr Mary Collins, Coi.ins, Booth Bay-a days,
ll-ti guano. To 0 H Gliddon.
br Behr Equator, wood, Nassau, N P-6 days
fruit. TOA Cacalo.
swop Louisa and Hat le, Fraser, from Edlsto,
20 balea colton. To S L Simons, Jr. Fraser A Dill
Ravenel A co, and stoney A Lowndes.
Boat frbm Christ church. 18 bags sea Island
cotton. To Klusman A Howell.
Boat from Christ Church. 6 bags sea Island cot
ton. To Bardln A Parker.
Boat from Christ Church. 19 bags sea islam
cotton. To stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Edlsto. ll bags sea Island cotton
To Stoney A Lownde*.
Boat from Elawab. 8 bags sea island cotton
To Stonry A Lowndes.
Boat from Hoboaw, a bags sea island cotton
To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from John's Island. 2 bags Bea Island cot
ton. To St mey A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Chnrcn. 4 bags sea Island cot
ton. To R Roper.
Boat from Jo. n's Island. 3 bags sea Island
cotton. To R Roper.
Lawton's boat from James Island. 6 baga set
island cotton. To Fraser A DIU. 1
Received from Chlaolm's Mill. 76 tierces rica
TOFU Frost A co.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 336 tierces rice
To W U Bee A co and Q F Wleters.
Br bark Ada, Durkee, Liverpool-B G wilkins
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-w
A Com tenar.
Br ship Lady Dnfferln, Evans, Liverpool-Henrj
Br bark Bel Stewart, Purdy, Liverpool-A i
Sehr Florence Rogers, Snenpard, New York
Roach A Moffett.
Sehr Mary Mankln, Tyler, Baltimore-Street
Bros A co.
Scbr George Washington, Sherlock, West In<
dies-Kressei A Brandes.
sehr F Mer wm, Pearce, Wey month Mats-E I
Sehr Benjamin Gartelde, Stanford, Baltimore
E F Sweegan, agt.
sehr Geo B somes, Pray, Rs.ndout, N Y, via Bal
Creek, s c-E F Sweegan, agt. -
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley. Philadelphia.
behr George Washington, sherlock, West In
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt. Kefjfcork.
Sehr F Merwin, reare, Weymo?tb, Masa,
Sehr Mary Munkln, Tyler, Baltimore.
FROM TB1S PORT.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Hanter, at Philadel
phld, October 29.
DP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr E S Glidersleere, Shatter, at New York
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Bark Florence, Mayo, at Boston. October 29.
Sehr Wm Howe, Yoong, at New York, Odo
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH
NEW YORE, November 1.
Noon.-Arrived, San Jacinto.
Evening.-Arrived, Old Dominion, Hatteras
? Huntsville. Oregon, Zodiac, Morehead Oliy and
City of Austin.
Arrived ont. Coba and Europa.
The ship Dode Joe, Kendall, was only ll dayl
from Boston, and not ie as before stated.
Tue sehr Palmer, Rankin, for Georgetown, S C
cleared at New York, October 29.
The sehr L A Edwards, Wicks, for Georgetown
S C, cleared at New York, Ootober 30.
?HANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street. SS, ?MK
New York, at Pi o'clock noon, of the lom. zum
and 30th of every month, except when these dates
fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
AH depart urea connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Pacific and Ceatral American ports.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
No California Steamers tonch at Havana, bnt
go direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information, apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on tbe
wharf foot or Canal street, Nortn River, New
York. F. H. BABY, Agent.
p O R F L O B I DA,
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid Side wheel steamer
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Coxen er,_
CITY POINT, Captain George E. McMiitau. wal
leave Charleston every TUESDAY find FRIDAY
EVENINGS, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE. PAI.A1KA. AND
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATKA FRI?
DAY MORNING, and SAVANNAH SUNDAY MORNING,
arriving here SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
CITY POINT will leave PALATKA MONDAY
MORNING, and SAVANNAH WEDNESDAY MORN?
ING, arriving here WEDNKSDAY AFTBRI OON.
Connection ls made at FernanHina with Rail?
road for New Orleans and Havana, via cedar
Ke?8;at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLIGHT
for Mellon ville. Et'terprise and Upper st, John'a
River; at Tocol wita Railroad for St. Augus?
tine; and at Palatka wita Steamers for tho Ock
lawaha River. _ _
All Freight for Way Landings must be prepaid
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents.
Corner Vanderhorat'B Wharf and East Bay.
JP o E B ?lfc. T I M O B g;
FBEiaaTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING) ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST.
Tbe Fine Steamship MARYLAND, J V. John?
son, co m aiiin?i cr. vrui sail for Baltimore, on Wsi>
N its DAT, om November, at 4 o'clock P. M.
?_r? ?miadelphla Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addK
?onal insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and 'sen- theil Goods from
tue Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 8. TRENHOLM, Agent, ;
nov2 4_No. a Union Wharves. ,..
PHILADELPHIA. IBON STEAM
LINE. ; .
I THE FIRST-CLASS IBO ll SCREW STEAMSHIPS :
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter, - ?^i'?
VIRGINIA, captain Hinckley,
I Are now regularly on the Line, insuring ;a- first-.|
class sea connection between Phiialeiphle and H
ch ar les too, and In alllar ce with. Railroad Comp?-,
I nies at both termini, afford rtpid transportation .
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and . ?
to and from Cincinnati, SU Uuts;Cl?cattfaMlh%;rr
principal eitles of the Northwest, Boston, Provi?
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres. '
49-The GULF STREAM la appointed to sall
from Brown's Wharf on FETDAT, 8th November, :
at ia o'clock M. <./ .. "as ..; rv
sa-The VIRGINIA will follow. , ' )
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply ;
W. P. OTiYDE A CO., General- Agen?, No. 1*, ?
I aonth Delaware Avenne, Philadelphia. ,'. v flers v
I ON THURSDAY, 7TH NOVEMBRE, AT ll ,
O'CLOOK, A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM L^&-ESTA^U8EBD
STATE ROOMS ALL ON DEOKr'^&?
The Splendid New Iran 8ldewnetf;S:<_
SOUTH CAROLINA Beckett, Oommwader,;
[ sall tor New York on TmnuH_r,Tih noir "
1 li o'clock A. M., from Pier No. 2. Union ' _
Through Bills of Lading to liverpool an* ttt>) ?.
New England cities as nsuaL .y^?.*-??:-;
?9* Insurance by nteamera or Oils line
cent. ' \ -'-K
For Freight or Passage engagements, hsvtng
very floe Deck Stateroom accommodations, ap-1
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 20 BrosA .
street,orto WM. A. OOURTENAY,'Nc-I Union 1
Wharves. _ - ' , taovtf
Jp O R NEW YORK. ' ; , '
NEW TORE AND CHARSaUrlW^
ESTABLISHED.' 1846. ;^rg|i
The Splendid Sidewheel 8traniahlp MANHAT?
TAN, M. S. Woodhull. Commander, will sall >
from Adger's sooth Wharf, on SATOBSAT,tanv*
2d November, at - o'clock. V_
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to
oct30~4 JAMES ADO RR A CO.. Agents, t
FOR BosToN: ;o^Sti
The erst class Screw steamship MEU.^gg??j&?r
CED1TA, Marsnman. Commander. WUIJ^nflHS
sall ror the above port on SAT?BDAT,' the. ad no- ?
vember. ?. ' -?
?3* The steamship GRENADA will falloir on <
SATURDAY, 9th November. '* ; \
' Fer freight or pMsage engsgeraents, apply to?- .
0Ct28-e JAMES AUGER A OW, Agent?*" v
REGULAR LINE FOE GEOBGETOWN, '
S.U. - ; ?
FROM SO3TB COMMERCIAL; WHARF. ." . >? i
Tune Table or Steamer EMILIE,
Captain C. C. White, fer November,,
LEAVE CH AS LISTON. | MAYE aspMiroirBv V
MONDAY, Nov 4, 1 A it W?N?s'r.Jtovej>2*j ;
FR i DAY, ?.?V 8, 7 A M MOND?T,. Nov ir,*ra:^
WBDNBST, NOV 18, 7AM FBIDAT. NOV l^-S-f" r
MONDAY, NOV 18,7 A M wnDHS8'T,Nov?,4Ait ~ .
I- RID AY, Nov 22, 7 A M MONDAT, Nov *?.
WBDNBS'Y, NOV 27, 7 A M FRIDAY, NOV ? S?.
TOUCHING AT SOOTH I^?SD. ??AVBHI,y,;j
KEITHFIELD AND WEYMOUTH MILL?. fy.tV*
EVERT TRIP. ? - ?
n^Freight received day before sailing. ^
Ail Freight and wharfage mass be pepsld. ?
No Fre?an t received after sonnet. - . \A
For Freight or Passage apply^n board or to
SH AC EEL FORD A KEuLY, Agents, .
North Atlantic Wharf, Oharleston. S. G. -
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown, S. a .
nov2-tnths ?__ . . " '
j MOUNT PLEASANT AND SULLIVAN'S ISLAND
(UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE.)
On and after November 2 the fol-.
lowing schedule will be ron: J
Lrave city for Monnt Pleasant at
and 6 o'clock P. M.
Leave City for Island io A. M., sad 3 o'clock '
P. M. ?.-... . . -*.
Leave Island for City at ll A. M., and 4X o'clock ' % ;
Leave Mount Pleasant for City at 8 and TIM A. ' .<
M., nod 4?? o'clock P. M. ' m
An extra trip from the City every MONDAY
at BX o'clock A M.
An extra trip from the Island every MONDAY, ' ".
TUSSDAV, THURSDAY and SATURDAY MO BM INO at :l
7X o'clock A. M. '
un sunday the first trip front Mount Pleasaat ar
8&. and from Island at 9 A M., and last trip from ? ?
Island at 4# o'clock P. M., and Mount Pleasant at ?>..' \
6 o'alocK P. M.
Tne last trip from City for either place at ?' "J
o'clock P. M.
No Freight received after half-past 2 o'clock ?
P. M.. and all Freight mast be prepaid. Dupn- ;
cate Receipts required.
This Schedule will bs run by City Postofflea
D0V1-2_E. PRENDERGAST, Agent- .
I EEKLY LINE T Q?,.
SAVANNAH, GA, AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO r,l
BEAUFORT, S. C. ? ^
Cap:aln W. T. McNelty,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf _ _?Jr^k?
every MONDAY MoRNiKO.at 8 o'clock, Ji^EflflE
for Savannah, Bea?rurt, Huton Head and apauiaa ?
Wells. Retnrnlog, will leave savannah every .
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chlsolm's .
Landings every THURSDAY MORNINQ, at 8 o'clock. .
Keturniug, win leave Beaufort every FRIDAY .
Goods consigned to care or Agents will be for?
warded free or storage or commission.
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATDBDATS-'
must be prepaid to Way Landings,
Freight received for points on Savannah Elver,
i to be transferred to Steamer CLYDE, whiohleave*
I savannah every TUESDAY MORNING,
I N. B. After the 16th Instant. 26 percent, addi?
tional will be charged on Freight to eil pom ts,,
except Savannah and Beaufort.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
octo-wa Na 80 East Bay.
gOUTH CAROLINA RALL ROAD.
CHARLESTON, No vern ber 1, 1878?.
p^nrsion Tickets to the state Fair at Colufi
i.iPwni M onsaleftom the 8d to the 7th No
?imhpr JS)d to return untU loth,
vember, goon w s. B. PIOKENS. G T. A.
?^Angosta, Columbia, Camden, Orangeborg^
BainweU and Aiken papers please copy, novl