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MEETINGS XHIS DAT.
Washington Light Iofantry Elfie Club, at
Palmetto Encampment, I. O. 0. F., at 7
P. M. ...
Delta Lodge Of Perfection, at 7 P. M.
German Elfie Club, at 7 P. M.
* Carolina Sportsman's Gab, at 7 P. H.
City Ballway Company, at 10 A. M.
' AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
' ? A. C. McGilllvray will sell at ll o'clock, at
the Courthouse, ?eal estate.
The United States Marshal will sell at ll
0'elook, near the Post?nico, real estate.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clook, at his
salesroom, So.'45 Wentworth street, cassl
meres, satinets, clothing, Ac.
THERM OMET RIVAL.
The range of the thermometer for the past
two days atthe drug store of Dr. Jos. Blackman,
on the south side of Broad street, was as
Saturday-8 A. M., 61; 10 A. M., 64; 12 M.,
?5;2P.M.,65; 4P.M., 64; 6 P. M., 63; 8P.
Sunday-8 A. M., 68; 10 A. M., 60; 12 M, 63;
a P. M., 64; 4 P. M., 60; 6 P. M., 69; 8 P.
M., 68. '
THE CHURCHES YESTERDAY.
The .Ber. T. W. Dosh, pastor of St. John's
Lutheran Church, preached a sermon yester?
day morning on the Reformation in commem?
oration of the anniversary of that great event.
The sermon was characterized by much
thought and elegance, and was listened to by
a full congregation.
Bishop Howe preached at Grace Church, In
the mornlng,asermon in behalf of the Widows*
?nd Orphans' Society, before a large congrega?
tion. In the evening he delivered another
sermon at st, Stephen's Church.
The Sunday-school of the Wentworth Street
Lutheran Church, held a quarterly celebration
n tte afternoon. An appropriate sermon was
preached by the pastor, the Rev. W. S. Bow?
man. The children occupied the body of the
Church, and nader the leadership of their
teachers sang several hymns with a creditable
result. At the conclusion ot the exercises a
collection was taken np In aid of the Behool.
At the Spring Street Methodist Church, a
sermon was preached at 7 o'olock in the even*
lng by the Pastor, Ber. John T. Wightman,
The Ber. B. D. Smart preached aeermon in
Trinity Church, Basel street, at aeren P. M.
In the lecture-room of the Citadel Square
Baptist Church a monthly concert ol prayer
tor the missions was held.
In the other churches throughout the city
the usual services were held morning and
afternoon. The attendance was generally
good. " ?
LOCAL LACONICS. j
-The Ber. 0. G. Plnokney, rector of Grace
Church, returned to the city yesterday from a
sommer tour In Europe.
-The Garrison Light Infantry have cour- j
teously sent Tra News a* season ticket to their |
fair now in progress at the Military Hall.
-That floe property, the Columbia Hotel, ls
tobe soldat auction on the 3d o? December.
-John Davis, colored, was lodged in the
upper Guardhouse yesterday, charged with,
stealing a pistol from A. M. White.
-The steamer Dictator arrived at her j
wharf at half-past 7 P. M. yesterday, haring
made the trip from Savannah to this port in
leas than eight hours.
-In anticipation of the election all bar
. rooms are ordered to be .closed from twelve t
o'clock to-night until sfffl'Rbck next Wed?
nesday morning. . ?
-The removal of night soil Is now allowed
by the police authorities, and a monthly In
, spectlon of the carts employed In this busi?
ness ls to be made during the winter.
-Robert Lee, colored, was struck upoa the
head with a bar of Iron by J. Cai lag h a?, yes?
terday, In Market street. Lee received a
^painful out He was placed under the care ol
Dr. Joseph Tates.
. -Charles Peters was severely cut on the
right side of the lace by George Frost, on Sat?
urday afternoon. Peters struck Frost with a
stick, and the latter retaliated by using his
laufe. The cut which Petera received was
about lour Inches long, extending perpendicu?
larly across the cheek. Both men were taken
to the upper Guardhouse, and bound orer to
appear before the Mayor.
A MARVELLOUS ESCAPE.
The Columbia Union reports that on Mon
day evening last one of the passenger oars on
the Bpartanburg and Union Railroad jumped
the track, overturned and rolled down an em?
bankment some twenty feet or more, where
lt now lays, landed "top side down." There
were several passengers in lt at the time, as
reported, who miraculously escaped with a
few bruises, the one being hurt the most re?
ceiving a ont under the eye. The train went
on to Spartan burg after the accident, carrying
' the passengers in the box oars.
Mo NTH LT UNION FOB PRAYER.-The month?
ly meeting for prayer of the churches ot all
denominations will be held at Trinity Metho?
dist Episcopal Church, Hasel street, at quarter
before four o'clock this afternoon. Subject:
.The Finished Course, 2d Timothy, 4:7. Rev.
Thomas Smythe. D. D., ls expected to preside.
AN OLD Brana Cera TO GRIEF.-John Kirk.
weU rememberedIn Charleston as one of the
ringleaders io the Street oar riot,** for which
he was sentenced to two years' in the Peniten?
tiary, but was pardoned by Governor Scott,
after haring served four days, was, at the ad?
journed term of the Sopreme Court for Rich?
mond County, sentenced to twenty years in
the 3eorgla Penitentiary, having been con
rioted on two indictments for "burglary at
night" On the stand he entertained the un*
reconstructed Georgians by rehearsing the
circumstances of his conviction and pardon in
Tra TIMBER AND LUMBER TRADE-FIRST
. ARRIVAL.-The trade in timber aud lumber in
this market has for a long period been on", ot
leading Importance, and, with the valuable
pine forests within a moderate distance of this
city, the business can probably be made one
of large magnitude. The demand for the yel
low pine ls steadily growing, and Its use in
building purposes ls so Important that the con
sumption will continue to increase with the
growth of the country. Our dealers here are
?bowing a most commendable enterprise, ex
tending their milling faculties and making
earnest efforts to place this market In a lead?
ing position. The first arrival of new timber
this year bas Jost occurred In the receipt by
Mr. E. L^Halsey, one of our most prominent
timber and lamber dealers, o? a lot of five
hundred sticks, averaging m lots Irom eight
hundred feet to one thousand leet per stick.
It is unusually large and very fine timber. The
business promises to be heavy during the
THE HORSE MALADY.
Innre aslng Indications of Ifs Appear?
ance ta Charleston-Hundred? of
Hones Laid np In the Stables."
The Investigations of THK NEWS'reporters
I Into the mme rs of itha appearance In Charles
I ton ot the terrible epldemlo amoDg horseB,
which has caused such widespread Inconve?
nience and consternation at the North, were
continued on Saturday and Sunday, and lrom
the facts obtained we are reluctantly lorced to
the conclusion that the dreaded malady has
found some foothold* in our city, and that lt
may, if not carefully watched and guarded
against, become a widespread and destructive
It was stated In THE NEWS O? Saturday that
a fearfully large proportion of the work
horses lu the city were found to be suffering
from ailments whloh were supposed to have
been caused by the trying and changeable
weather of the past few weeks, and the negli?
gent and sometimes brutal treatment that
they received at the hands o? ignorant and
reckless drivers. The opinion was then ex?
pressed that the utmost care and vigilance on
the part of the owners and drivers of horses
would be necessary to prevent the sickness
which was then apparent from developing
Into the terrible malady which is decimating
the Northern horses. The necessity of such a
oautlon has become more and more apparent
every hour since that article was written, and
lt ls now certain that if the horse owners of
Charleston do not desire to see a widespread
epidemic among their stock, they will do well
to exercise the utmost vigilance In watching
suspected animals and to make use of every
possible precaution by retiring them from ser?
vice and Isolating them from all communica?
tion with others.
It would, : a rh a ps, he not strictly accurate
to say that the horse malady has broken ont
In Charleston, and we certainly have no desire
to sound such a doleful alarm until the fact ls
' established beyond a question. The line of
1 distinction between the common colds to
which working animals are always liable and
the influenza-llke disease which Is raging at
the North, Is an extremely narrow one, and lt
may be that It has not been crossed In any of
' the oases of sickness that have appeared here.
It is, however, certain that there are more
than one hundred horses and mules in this
olty that are so sick as to be incapacitated for
work; and that these cases closely resemble
each other, and as closely resemble the pub?
lished descriptions of the Northern cases.
' The sickness also appears to be contagious, or
else it has been simultaneously communicated
by a common cause to numbers of horses kept
j in stables together. There are several stables
I in the city in which there are now from two
to twenty or thirty horses under treatment
for this mysterious sickness, and in which
: energetio measures have been resorted to for
its suppression. Of the United States horses
at the Citadel, every one has more or less
sickness. They are being treated as for ordi?
nary colds, bnt the symptoms, with the excep?
tion that there ls little or no running at the
eyes, are the same as those observed In the
Northern cases. The disease, whatever lt
may be, has spread with alarming rapidity
among these horses, the entire lot having be?
come affected within forty-eight hours of its
first appearance. The horses are being care?
fully tended, and allowed as much rest as
j possible, and quantities of tar are being burnt
I in the stables. ' >
At one of the largest of the hotel stables
most of the horses have colds, and some of
them are aggravated cases. The symptoms
are a dry cough, running at the nose and
mouth and a loss ol appetite, and In fact the
\ symptoms differ from the newspaper desorlp
1 tions of the epidemic only in their not running
at the eyes. The proprietor says that lt ls cer?
tainly a very unusual affection, and that In the
many years that he has been engaged In bus!
ness he has never encountered any sickness
whloh assumed such proportions or anything J
Instances Uk? these might be repeated
almost indefinitely, but these statements wIU
be enough at least to show that ii the dreaded
horse disease oe not among us lt ls only to be
averted by the moBt prompt and vigorous
John Nelson and Henry Frost, disorderly,
one dollar each? Alfred Thompson, drunk
and disorderly, two dollars. Thomas Mahony,
drunk and disorderly, two dollars. M. Powers,
scavenger of Ward No. 2, dereliction of duty,
Ave doiiars. Three dogs, at large, one dollar |
In fer lor Court.
There was no session of the Inferior Court
on Saturday. The Judge was unwell, and j
wrote a note to the clerk Instructing him to
adjourn the court sine die. He also sent sealed
sentences for the persons against whom bench
warrants were issued on Friday. The next j
term of the court begins on the first Monday
In January next.
Court or Oeneral Sessions.
The Court ot General Sessions will be open?
ed In thlB city to-day by Judge Graham. There
are twelve murder cases for trial: Solomon
Lyons, for killing Henry Manlgault; Francisco j
Vlotor Valdez, tor killing Raphael Perez; Rob?
ert Lorely, lor killing Eliza Smalls; Lafayette
I. Wolfe, for killing Henry L. Perrin; Jack
Drayton, for k Hiing Joseph Segar; Peter Davie,
for killing Alexander Gale; Cain Simmons, tor
killing John T. McDowell, Jr.; Simon Gale,
for killing John Johnson; Robert W. Brown,
for killing Ellis Allen.
The three following cases have been brought
over; they have stood upon the contingent
docket lor several terms, but the persons have
never been arrested: James Davenport, Jes?
sie Chlsolm and James Street.
The tollo wing jurors have been summoned:
J. P. Howard, Thomas Garlty, E. M. Pitray,
William Oowln, Ansel DeLessellne, Thomas
Matthewes. W. H. Jenkins, Benjamin Single?
ton, A. F. Gregorle, Robt. Wells, R. A. Vesey,
James Whipple, Stephen Brown, Edward
Weathers, A. A. Asplnall, Benjamin Her?
W. Richardson. Joseph Pearce, St. An?
drew's; Thomas M. Klngman, city; Nelson,
Daniel, Christ Church Parish: Isaac Glllloee,
St. Stephen's; T. D. Smalls, city; N. W. Jones,
Rt. Stephen's; J. A. Rlrney, city; August
Brown, John's Island; James Lewis, city;
Frank Bonneau, Christchurch Parish; Edward
W. Lee. city; Mercer O'Brien, Strawberry
Ferry; E. M. Pitray, John Brodie, city; Wm.
Lacue* Peter Brown, Goose Creek; F. Dauer
eily; Fred. Robertson, Christ Church; Arcbv
&r'"olt?? P?Illp H- Moore' ?t- Andrew's;
u?d p'n(*ney> St. Stephen's; Ogleby
Pau?' l8aao B- w,l8on' JohQ'a bland?
J^VS^ Christ Church; A. B
S E??lJTiai ?8land; Pt?ter C. Law
A PLUCKY PtLOT.
The Beaufort Republican narrates the fol?
lowing hazardous adventure of a Port Royal
pilot, named Jas. A. Dupong, last Monday af?
He went down In the pUot boat No. 2, and
boarded the wreck of the ship Energy, ashore
off Hunting Island. The ship laid Sn a "and
spit ten or twelve miles from shore, thlrtv
miles north of the light ahlp. Dopon? deter-1
mined to stay on board, SB I- had convinced
himself that the ship might be floated, or at
least a large part o? her cargo saved. The
other pilots were loathe to leave him on the
wreck, as there were indications ol an ap?
proaching storm. He was, however, inflen
ble in his determination. On Tuesday the gale
Increased, and Dupong asserts that the Energy
floated off the spit and was carried almost
Into St. Helena channel. On Wednesday she
broke In two. . His provisions gave out on
Wednesday. During the gale Dupong was
lashed to the wreck; the waves broke over
him constantly and almost stripped him or
clothing. On Thursday Dupong was taken off,
having voluntarily Incurred a peril which
most men would have given ship anoVcargo to
have escaped trom.
PROGRESS OF THE GRANT CAMPAIGN.
How the Federal Henchmen are Elie
tlonecrlng In laurens.
The following Incidents of the Ku-Klux cru?
sade In the upper counties, which bas been
revived Just before the election, and evidently
lor political effect, are reported by the
Laurensville Herald :
A melancholy circumstance In connection
with the recent deaths of Mr. James Copeland
and wife, mentioned elsewhere, is as follows :
While Mrs. Copeland was dying, a United
States marshal went to the house ot Mr. C. to
arrest bim. He was not taken away, however,
at the lime, and a second visit was made for a
similar purpose. In the meantime Mrs. C. had
died, and the said officer found Mr. Copeland
Monsell, on the second VIBR, In a dying condi?
tion. Death soon relieved the sufferer of all
hlB troubles. Thas we see that not even the
couch of the dying ls any bar to the ltred
right hand of the law," and greedy cormorants
for government pap.
Since our last Issue the following citizens of
this oounty have been arrested by deputy
United States marshals. , The work goes
"bravely" on: Captain W. J. Leak, A. B.
Byrd, A. M. Copeland, James M. Clark, C. C.
Ferguson, C. J. Workman, ullbu Cunningham.
M. C. Cunningham, Robert A. Cunningham,
W. F. Cunningham, Augustus Wallace, W. L.
Fowler, Drayton Barksdale, Richard C. Walts,
C. M. Miner, J. F. Ramage, S. P. Teague.
The above prisoners, who bad been In Jail
lor some time, were brought before Commis?
sioner Runkle on last Wednesday, and balled
In bonds of 15000 each, to appear for trial at
the next term of the United States Court, at
Columbia, on the fourth Monday In this month.
Hence, Mr. DeBerrj'a hotel at this writing
ls empty of military prisoners. How long
this will be the oase "nobody knows bat Jo?
HOTEL ARRIVALS-NOVEMRER 2
N. E. Berry, Coi; et OD ; E. Lewis, Agent Pro?
fessor Anderson; J. W. Ambly, J. 8. Parker,
Midway; J. J. Scott, J. R. Aycork, North Caro?
lina; G. M. Davis, Connecticut; G. A. Huggins,
Miss H. Hoggins, Manning; E. M. Downs, New
York; F. M. Kinloch, W. P. Ferguson, Mt.
Pleasant; W. Burrows, Canada; T. V. Welsh,
Sumter; J. Downey, S. T. Newman, South
Carolina;J. W. Bhackleford, Columbia; J..W*
Hoag, Philadelphia; G. E. Prltchett, Gourdins;
W. B. Worsham, Oakeley; R. Rollins, J. J.
Bonis, W. M. Frlesnor, Williamsburg; S. J.
Walton, South Carolina; P. B. Hewlett, San
M. Ketch um, Savannah; T. J. Montgomery,
G. G. Young, J. Harrison, New Tork; G. L.
! Appleton, wife, daughter and nurse, Georgia;
' Dr. J. M. Johnston and wile, T. C. Arnold,
wife, child and nurse, Miss Sere ven, Savan?
nah; Miss S. E. Winthrop, J. S. Winthrop, Flo?
rida; Dr. Penned and wife, Mrs. Winthrop,
Philadelphia; H. M. Brownley, New Turk; D.
L. Davies, D. R. Charles. England; E. T.
Moore, South Carolina; J. H. Cross, Provi?
dence; N. LazEJus, New Tork; H. Beattie,
Greenville; A. B. Knowlton, W. J. DeTrevllle,
L. Dibble, Orangeburg; W. Gorman, Columbia;
H. B. Wilson, W. O. Avery, J. W. Almond,
New York; J. H. Wales, Philadelphia; A. J.
Corrie, Florence; Captain J. F. Coulklns and
family, H. P. Taclumunoe, Philadelphia; J. W.
Bran", Baltimore; D. V. Scurry, J. 0. Diokhart,
I M. D. Chappels, Mrs. A. McAlpbln, Savannah;
C. E. Austin, England; F. Simmons, Balti?
more; 8. W. Davis, New Tork; N. H. D.
Wilson, North Carolina; L. Dike, H. H. Blake,
Boston; E. F. Martin, Kew York; 8. Hunt,
Baltimore; J. Nutter and wife, New Haveo;
Mrs. Epping, Miss Epping, Columbus; M. E.
Butler, Wm. Wallace, J. D. Tradewell, P. F.
Fraser, C. W. Montgomery, Richland; C. New
house, H. P. Tulbonal, T. D. Mccormack,
Mobile; J. A. McQuillan, New Orleans; M A.
Sterns, New Tork.
I EXECUTIVE APPOINTMENTS.-Governor Scott
has appointed Alfred Price to be a notary pub?
lic for this county,, and James A. Strobel as
deputy surveyor for Colleton County. ^
TAB WEBO F. F. SEWING MACHINE has
proved Itself superior to all lock-stitch ma?
chines that it has been compared with, and
has yet to acknowledge defeat. Call and see
them at No. 307 King street.
HAVE you seen the new improved Home
Shuttle Sewing Machine ' If not, call at the
Agenoy, T. L. Bissau,.No. 265 King street, be?
fore you purohase. nov4-3
GENTLEMEN'S Winter Coats, Pants, Ac,
dyed, renewed, cleaned, binded and mended
at Otto Sonnlag's, Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth
street, near Artesian well, between Meeting
and Anson streets.
A NEW AN? BEAUTIFUL stock o? Rich Fancy
Goods, Toys, Games, Fireworks, French Con?
fectionery, Rubber Goods, Ac, Ao., Is now
opening, (nearly every steamer brings In a
fresh supply of the latest novelties until the
holidays are over,) at Yon San ten's Bazaar,
No. 229 King street, next to Academy ol Mu?
MR. SOUDER Invites attention to his Stock of j
Photograph Frames Just, received, embracing
upwards of thirty different styles, many ol
them of entirely new design and beauty of j
flultib, whloh he oners to cash buyers ata
small advance on cost. SOLDER'S Gallery, No.
268 King street. oct31-lmo
F?RCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains In Carpets, Ruge, Drug?
gets, OH Cloths, Ac; also special bargains In
Cloths ol all description.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.-The best as?
sortment in town can be found at Furchgott,
Benedict A Co. _
FORCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co. offer a very
fine Kid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,
$1 35. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated
Chellley's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
for which we are the Bole agents.
CHROMOS.-To close out the balance of our
stock, will sell framed Chromos from 40c to
$1 each. Hasel street Bazaar.
J uly 30-tnth8_
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, SasheB, 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 nc ko ey street
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mchS-finwlyr
ENVELOPES,-A large stock of envelopes al?
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
and furnished at prices to suit the times.
O OHBIKKCIAX If BW S.
Rio DB JANBIBO-Per Br sehr Sparkling Wave
3800 baga coffee To O N Hubert A co.
HAVANA-Per scar Carrie Bonnell-40,600 feet
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-1102
bales nplaad cotton, 20 bags sea Island cotton. 69
tea rlce( 25 casks clay, 89 ?bales domestics, 116
BOSTON-Per steamship Merced ita-1162 bales
upland cotton, 64 tes rice, 59 pfegd sundries......
Per sehr Eben Fisher-138,375 leet hewn timber,
19.586 feet resawea lumber.
WBYMODTH, MA33_per sehr Ohas Macarthy
125 tons phosphate rock.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval j
OPTICS CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
SATURDAY EVENING, November 2, 1872. )
COTTON.-This market presented a dall and heavy 1
aspect, with a light demand at declining prices,
the rates belngsomewBatnomlnal; sales 350 bales,
say 26 at 17*, 64 at 17*, 64 at 17*. 14 at 17*, 14
at is.v. 46 at 18*, 60 at 18*. 69 st 18*, 24 at 18*c |
fl rb. We quote:
Ordinary te good ordinary.17 @17*
Low middling.18 @18*
Rios.-There was a fan* demand for this crain
at Arm rates; Bales 140 tierces of clean Carolina,
among wblch were 70 toa at 7c, 36 at 7*c, 26 at
7 6-163 ft lb. We quote common to fair clean
Carolina at 8@6*c, good 6*?7*c.
NAVAL STORKS, -sales 1000 bbls rosin at $3 65
for strained to extra No 2. $4 for low pale, and
$4 60 for pale; also loo bbls spirits turpentine a
65c. Grade turpentine may be quoted at $4 26
per bbl for virgin and yellow dip, and $2 JO for
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, di rt ct, n-isd
on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
York, *d on uplands,-on sea islands; by sall,
*@i7-32d on uplands, on sea Islands nominal.
To Havre, l*c on uplands. Coastwise-tn New
York, by steam, *c on uplands and - on sea
leland?\ $2 ft tierce on rice; 60c <B bbl on rosin;
by sall, -0 fi lb on cotton ; -0 ft tierce on
rice; 60c fi bbl on roam; $11312 fi M on lamber;
$12312 60 fl H on timber. To Boat a, by steam
*o on uplands and $2 60 fl tierce on rice; by sall,
-c ft Ut on nplands; rosin 7 oe; res a wed stuff
$12@l2 60; timber $ ia@i3 60; phosphate $6@6 60.
To Providence, by sall $10?11 ft M on boards;
-0 ft lb on cotton; by steam *c via New York.
To Philadelphia, by steam *o on nplands; $1 76
ft tierce on rice; soc ft bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New England cities are regularly
Issued on tbla route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By san, $8 fi Mon boards; $12 on timber; - ft
ton on clay; $3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore,
by steam -c fl ?; by s?ll $8@8 60 f? Mon
boards;- on timber; $3 60 fl ton at city; $4?
4 60 fl ton np river on phosphate rook. Vessels
are In demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown. S. C., Darien and Sat il?
ia River, Ga, and Jacksonville, Bia., to Northern
ports, and $10@12 fi M are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE,-Sterling 60. day bills 19*. _
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New York at *@* per cent, off,
and sell at par.
markets tor Telegraph.
MONET MARES TB.
LONDON, November 2.
Noon.-Consols 92*. Fives so.
FRANKFORT, November 2.
NEW YORK, November 2.
Noon.-Stocks strong. Money Arm at 7 per
cent. Gold heavy at ll*. Exchange, long 108* ;
short loo*. Governments dull and heavy. State
Evening.-Freights active. Bank statement :
Loans increased two and seven-eighths millions;
specie increased one million; legal tenders de?
creased Ave-elghths of a million; deposits In?
creased one and an eighth mullen. Money 4a6.
Sterling heavy at 8*a8*. Gold lj*all*. Gov?
ernments declined *a*. States ami and un?
en an ged.
LIVERPOOL, November 2.
. Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and steady; np
I lands l0*d, Orleans 10 *d.
Later.-Cotton closed unchanged; sales 12,000
bales; speculation and export 30oo,
NEW YORK, November 2.
Noon.-Cotton weak; sales 1067 bales; nplands
19*c Orleans 20*c.
Evening.-Cotton weak, with moderate busi?
ness; ordinary advanced *c; sales 1C67 bales;
uplands 19*o; net receipts 313bales; gross 10,503.
.-ales of cotton futures 10-day 9400 nales, aa fol
lows : November, I8*al8 18-lflo; December,
18 9ieal8*c; January I8*al8 13 16c; February.
1 19*19 716c; March, I9*al9 6-l6c; April,l9 5-l?a
19*; May, 19 5-16a20c.
BOSTON, November 2.
Cotton dull; middlings 20*c; net receipts ISO
bales; groas 1085; saleB 200; stock2609;
PHILADELPHIA, November 2.
Cotton dull; middlings I9*a2uc
BiLTiMoBB, November 2.
Cotton dull; middlings )9*c; net receipts 1
bale ; gross Si4 ; sales 60; stock -?OHS,
NORFOLK, November 2.
Cotton firm; low middling I8*4l8*c; net re?
ceipts 3369 bales; ?sports coastwise 2347: sales
300; stock 9188. *
WILMINGTON, November 2.
Gotten steady; middlings i8*c; net receipts 120
bales; eales 46; stock 3148.
. . SArANNAH, November 2,
Cotton dull, with buyers unwilling to pay
prices; good ordinary 17*0; low middlingI8xc
middling l8*o; net receipts 6489; exports for
Great Britain 4369; sales 1347; stoat 58,5u4 bales.
" . . AUODSTA, November 2. I
Maiket opened quiet, sellers asking 17*c; buy?
ers bid i7*c; closed week, with a declining ten
deafly; sales 1262; receipts 1422 bales. j
,0?,?^ qa,eti mlddllnK I8*c; low middling
18*al8*o;good ordinary l7*c; ordinary 16*al7c!
MOBILE, November 2.
Cotton dull and nominal; good ordinary I8c
low middling l8*o, middlings i8*c; nee recelpu
2038 bales; exports coastwise 839; stock 19,395.
Nsw ORLEANS, November 2.
Cotton In moderate demand and easier- good
ordinary 17*0, low middling 18*c, middlings
I8*a; net receipts 6220 bales; gross ei?6? sales to?
day 1000; last evening 28oo;siock 109,780.
GALVESTON', November 2
Cotton qnlet and firm; good ordinary I6*ai7c
net receipts 1628 bales; exports coastWI-B 948
sales 1350; stook 36,966; net receipts of th? week
11,462; exports to Great britain 1304; coastwise
2206; sales 7000.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
NEW YORK, November 2.
Noon.-Floor quiet and nrm. Wheat qnlet and
Arm. Corn steady. Pork doll at $16 85. Lard
quiet-steam 8*a8*c Turpentine quiet at 62Kc
Rosin dull at $4 20. ???wsi
Evening.-Flour 6al0c better, with fair eKport
and home demand, and good demand fur fntnre
delivery. Wheat inactive and *c lower. Corn
quiet and unchanged. Port doll and lower at
$1512*. Lard Armer; kettle 8*0. Naval stores
quiet. Groceries steady.
BALTIMORE, November 2.
Flour qnlet and unchanged. Wheat steady
? Corn dull and Irregular; wnite 60a?7; yellow 66a
i 60.^ProvlflionB dull and weak. Whiskey scarce
WILMINGTON, November 2.
I Spirits turpentine Arm at 66*a67*. Rosin
qnlet ar. $3 so for strained; $4 26 for No 1; $5 50
for extra pale. Crude turpentine steady at $3 26
for hard, $6 26 for yellow dip and virgin. Tar
steady at $3 30. "
Flour In fair demand; extra family $e 60a7 25
Corn steady; shelled 65aeoc. Bacon, shoulders
6*a7; clear rib sides to*all, packed. Lard 8k"a
9 for tierce; Hall* lor kego, on orders. Whiskey
ST. Louis, November 2.
Flour In fair demand on orders, steady and nn
changed. Corn dnll and low?r; No. 2 mixed 30?c .
yellow 31a32. Pork B'eady at $16. Bacon aulef'
shoulders 6Xa7; clear sides, ll*all*. Lard duli
and nominal; renned 8?, rouudlota. Whisker
steady at 89.
Weekly Review nf Augusta Cotton
AUGUSTA October 26.
COTTON REVIEW.-During the week under re
v.'ew our cotton market, In sympathy with New
York and Liverpool advances, bas maintainer, a
Orm character. A good demand baa existed and
large transactions have taken place upon the
basis of ruling quotations, sellers in the main an
pearlng to be satlsfled with prlcen, notwlthstand 1
lng they were a fraction above buyers' Azures on
Monday, opening at 17* for middling the
rates harde ed 1018*. and receded to theonen
lng Aguresatthe close of the week's business
under the InAnence of the checked advance iri
Liverpool and New York. e in
The weather has been favorable for Aeld c-npT
tlons, wblch, combined with the satisfactory
prices ruling, bas stimulated producers to moT
the crop rapidly into market, our recelnta have
consequently been large for the week, agnreiratinp
ne trly lO.oou bales. "nn^ntmng ?
Notwithstanding the increased estimates orthA
crop, general conodence is felt that no mariai
decl?nelo ?ces will take place for months thus
enabling the producer to depose of at least the
greater portion o' his C"?p at remunerative rates
Sales of the week 8326 bales; receipts 9010
COTTON FUTURES -The transactions In futures
on 'change daring the past weest, have developed
considerable Interest among speculators, as evi?
denced by the resume of the dally operations as
follows : 1
Saturday, 26 -100 bales, November delivery at
Augunta, at 300 bali?. November delivery,
Augusta. 17>?; so balen, January delivery,
Augusta 17#; 60 bales, January delivery, Augusta,
Monday, 28.-200 bales, December delivery,
Augusta, at 17?;.
Tuesday, 2J.-200 bales, December delivery.
An eos-a, 17 Ji; loo bales, November delivery,
Wednesday, 30-160 bales, February delivery,
at Augusta, at 18K: 200 bales Decemberalelvery,
Augusta. 17K; 300 oales, November delivery, Au?
gusta, at i?*,' ; loo bales, December call, 18.
Thursday st.-160 bales, February delivery, Au?
Friday, November i.-loo bales, March dtllve-y,
Angus ra, 18 7-16; 200 bales, August delivery, Au?
gusta 18)i; IOC' bales, January delivery, Augusta,
17 ? 16. .
GEORGETOWN, October 31.
COTTON'.-Nc Bales to report since last issue.
We quote from 16 to 10c per pound.
T?BP?NTINS.-We report for the week ending
30th Instant the arrival of 636 bbls, which sold as
follows: Virgin $6, yellow $6. tine white scrape $3,
free of chips and straw.
HAVANA, October 30.
Sugar is regular; No 12 D. S. UXal2 reals. Ex
ohange quiet and weak, un the United States
80 days, currency, 6a6)i; short sight 8a8X; eo
days, gold, lDXa20; short sight 21>?a22. on Lon
donjla32. Paris U&UK
Interior Cotton Markets.
OHA:;GEECRG, November 2.
Sales during the week 410 bales. We quote:
Ordinary 16c; low middling 17J<c; middling 17\c
O 3LUMBIA, November l.
Sales of cotton to d iy Bil nales; middling 18c.
WIIINSBORO', November 1.
For the past two days 2J4 bales ot cotton have I
been sold in this market nt nan xe
MACON, November 1.
The largest day's receipts of tne season came in
to-cay. The market wai without change. The
receipts to-day were 34f bales; shipments 406;
COLUMBUS. November 1.
To-day our market qule;; sales 260 bale* at the
following quotations; market closed weak: Ordi?
nary 18X818XC, good ordinary 16Jial7c, low mid?
dlings 17Jial8c, middlings 18Jgal8Xc; week's
sales 21M oates; 1336 Nor .norn spin nets, 70 home
consumption; 416 for Ne^r York, 177 to savannah,
loo to Mobile: week's receipts 8252 bales against
2264 the previous one. an 1 ??460 the corresponding
week last season; shipments 2669.
Mo ra OME RY, November 1.
Cotton market quiet; ordinary 16)?o, good ordi?
nary 17J?C, strict good,ordinary 17X0, low aid
diing n xe, middling 18) ; c.
OBBINVTU.S, October so.
Cotton ls selling to-day at nanxc.
UNION, October 30.
Cotton loaiexo; ico bales sold during the week.
ANDERSON. October 30.
The cotton market han been brisk and active
for the past week, sales amounting to 632 bales;
quotations to-day middlings 17J?C.
BENN KirsviLLK, october 31.
Cotton is quoted at .TO n l6al7o.
CHEBA w, November 1.
strict middling lStfc, middling 18c, low mid?
dling 17XC. -
WADKSIOBO', N. C., October 31.
Market active at nxusc.
Receipts per JXnfJiroad, November 14.
SOUTH GASOLINA BATLBOAD.
1778 bales cotton, loo bb s flour, 3 cars stock,
67 bales goods. To Railroad Agent, A u Mulligan,
E H Frost A co, W B Smith A co, G H Walter A
oo, Geo W Win tams A co, A J Salinas, W 0 court?
ney A co, Fe zer, Rodgers k co, Sloan k Soig?
nions, W K Ryan, Tretinoins, k Son. Tiedeman,
Calder k co. Jas R Pi ingie k Son, Ltsesne A
Wells, Street Bros k co, Watson k Ulli, H Leid
log, W B Williams A sop, W 0 Ree k co, Uar
daugh A Weekley, Kinsman A Howell, Mowry A
Son, Counts A Wrotor, Roach A Mottete, T P
Smith, BcCutchen?co LDDesauasure, crawley
A Ochoa, Witte Bros, W W Smith, and others.
278 bales upland cotton, 80 bbls spirits tur?
pentine, 183 bbls rosin, cars of lumber, tobacco,
mdse, Ac. To E H Frost k co, W K Ryan, A J.
salinas, 0 H Walter k co, T P Smith, A S smith,
Wlss k co, ceo W Williams k co. Reeder A Davis,
W 0 Courtney A co, ca-dwell k Son, Pelzcr, Rod?
gers A co, Murdaogh A Weekley, Bardln A Parker,
Trenholm A Son, Whllden k Jones. T O Boag,
Wilcox. Olbbs A co, E Willis. Jas R Pringle k
Son, W 0 Bee A co, W P Dowling, R O Chlselm,
J M Henderson, Bollmann Bros, J1 Erwin, 0 > w
lan Oraveley, Ouaokenbusb, Estill k co, ll Bischoff
A co, 0 F Levy, Kinsman k Howell, Ingrabam A
Son, E Welling, S c and N E Railroad Agen s,
Order and others.
Per steamship South carolina, rrom New York
0 A Barlow, Mrs W E Jennings, C E Austin, S
Tnompson, 8 Ehrman and wire, R Rosenthal, L
Marquait, PSuaota. Jos smith, A Lancks, Kev C
C Plnckney, Mrs Geo L Holmes and two sons, Mrs
Engelbret, Mrs J T Ford, Mrs Levach and two
children, Mary E Meyers, colored, and six on
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and savannah. Qa-Miss
Bern, lin Jno Sassard and two children, w
Gregg. Capt Dawsoo, J A McQulnlan, M A Stearns,
F D McOumlch. J M Curtis, Mr McMillan, E B
Hnlett, Mrs Lind, and flfieen on deck.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jack?
son vine. Fernandina and Savannah-Miss A
Gibbs, Mr Gaming, and three on deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from savannah via
Beaufort, Ao-E M Bow lek, Mrs Houston, Miss
Wino, and Ave on deck.
New Moon, 1st. 12 hours, o minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 7th. io hours, 82 minutes, evening.
Fall Moon, 14th. ll nonrs, 40 mluutes, evening.
1 .Hst Quarter, 23d, 12 hours. 26 minutes, morning.
New Moon, soto, i hours, 16 minutes, evening.
R. A rt.
10 . 2
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.NOVEMBER 4, 1872.
Lat 86 deg 46 min 33 sec | Lou TU deg 67 min 27 seo.
Sehr Carrie, Pearoo, Indlanolo, Tex-42 days
Mdse. To H F Batt r, agc She was bonnd to
New York, but baving encountered a heavy
gale, during which BU stained damage to Balla and
rigging, bas put Into .his port ror repairs.
steamer Puot Hoy, McNelty, Savannah, Beau
tort, Chlsolm'a and Pacido Landings. 83 bags
sea island cotton, 16 bags seed cotton, soo bags
cotton seed, and mdso. To Ravenel, Holmes A co,
Witte Bros, Fraser k Dill, D McPherson, H Card
W A Trenholm, saveiiel k co, u Lopez, Walker
Evans k Cogswell, E t Perry, A Nimnz, Mrs Marv
Galloway, Southern ixpreBS co, Roaca A Monett,
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via
Jacksonville, Fernauc Ina and savannah, vi bales
cotton, loo head cattle, 26 pk gs oranges, l horse,
and 1 pkg mose. To Ravenei A CO, Witte Brus
Plnckney Bros, Geo W Williams A co, W B Wil?
liams k Son, Fraser k DHL Stoney k Lowndes
0 H Ingraham A St n, Wardlaw A carew, c ?
I Fairchild. 0 Bart k OJ, Terry A Nolan, J D Kirk?
patrick. Order and oi Hers.
Boat rrom James Island. 2t bags sea island cot?
ton. To Fraser k DUL
Boat irom John's Island. 19 bags sea island
cotton. To Fraser k Dill.
Boat from Edisto. 5 bags sea island cotton.
To Fraser A DUI.
Boat from Wad mi.law. 4 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Fraser k DDI.
Boat from St Andrew's. 3 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Fraser k UiU.
Boat from const church. 2 bags sea island cot?
ton. To Kinsman k Bowell.
Boat from Christ Church. 1 bag sea island
cotton. To W M La vton A Son. '
Received from cnisolm's Mill. 44 tierces rice.
To Joseph Cohen.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett. New York
-left sittt inst. Mdse To Wagner, Huger A co.
W A Courtenay, S c Railroad" Agent, N a Railroad
Agent. Sand C Railroad Agent, Jas Allan, J Arch?
er, ? D Ahrens k co. D A Amine, J E Adger A
co, M A A Ash on, Bremer A Rooke, E r Brown,
H Bischoff k co, J A Blake, B Boyd, T M Bris ton
A co, G A Bowman, C Bart A co, Edwin S ites
A co, Cohen k Wells, Chase A Outtmo, C uiaclns,
Cameron, Barkley k co, L Chap?n, W H Chalee A
co, J 0 U Olaussen, Crane, Boylston A co, Dr Geo
Caoller, E Daly, Miles Drake, Dowle, Moise A
Davis, Douglas A Miller, H A Cue. K L David, J B
Duval A Son. Ellas Bros. A M Eckel k co. Erwin
A McGill, Chas Ellas. I L F*ik k co, Forcngott,
Benedict <s c> D I' Fleming A co, B Feldmann
A co, r . ' J, Mccomb A co. B Foley, Jno S
Fairly A co, Fogarris's Book Store, F Fisher, P L
Gntilemln, W A Gibson. H Gerdts A co, c Grave ev,
M H Garfunke, N A Hunt, Hart A co, W Harral,
TM Horsey A Bro, R Hunter, E Has?, A H Hay?
den. Holmes A Oak,er, Mrs M Uunnekln, Isaac
Hammond, W H Jones A co, A Johnson, E H
Jackson A co, Johnson k Brown, Johnston, Crews
A co, Klines, WlcksnbergA co, U W Kriete, H
Klatte A co, C Kerrls m, Jr. Mrs N W Kinsman,
Kinsman Bros, J H Lopez, R Lawless, A Langer,
Laurey, Alexander lt co, chas Lltscbgl, J H Law?
ton A co, O J Lunn. Wm Matthlessen. M Marks. W
B McMillan, M A Mi hr ten s, Wm McKay, Mantoue
A co Mureny, Llttu A co, A Melchers. Menue &
Muller, S R Marshall A co, J O A DC March, T
Murphy, Martn A a cod, Jno G Milner A co, E
W Marshall A co, A Nimitz A co, Nachman A
co, L Neumeyer, B S Neurvule, R K Osgood, F H
Orris, B O'Neill, D O'Neill, F L O'Neill, C P Pop
penhelm, Paul, Welch A co, W F Paddon, ?d
Perry, Riecke A Petermann, F L Ruckle, Ravenel
k co, Ravenel, Holmes A co, J R Read k co, E B
Stoddard A co, o A Stone, Steffens, Werner A
??,ol?er.J ? Salvo, o F Schwettman, F A Shinier.
Sell A Foster, Steele A Wardell, Snackelford A
Kelly, J shaw, D H SUcox, Stoll, Webb & co, B
An,?inu'i80ri * C(>. Tleijen A Lnden, Tledeman,
galder A co, Jno F Taylor A co. s Thompjon, Mrs
l^lvV1? watter, hvans A Cogawell,
Wagenex A Monaees, R D White, S H Wilson A
SS'PW?,' Wineman A co, O F Wle
vmil AT??1JW" Union Telegraph co, Jas
Georgia, from Charleston to New York
fere* mist1Pnntar^^' YJ0^', Baltimore
-?erc aist nit. Mdse. To Mordecai * T J P
SSS^S ^S^i11" Hurtamp A co, P win?
Cameron, Barkley A co, Wm Marcher E J H
Fl?ner, J Madsen. J o Cochrane. Tledeman Calder
A co, Jeffords A co, Chapeau A Heffron J H Hil
len, J B Blssell. A W Eckel A co, G J Luhn WL
Webb, Stoll, Webb A co. Johnston, crews A co
Wagener A Monsee^. Bntcben A WohUmanfl
KhncK, Wlckenberg A co, Kanapaux A Gonzalez'
RThomlinson A co, Shackelford A K*ily. Burwel!
A Holmes, Jno Thompson A co. Quackenbusb
Estlil A co. Capt G W Bradley, S 0 Railroad
Agenr, N E Railroad Agent, Jas L Gantt, and
Span bark Ana, Reina, Havana-14 days. Bal?
last. To W P Hall.
Br sehr Sparkling Wave, Hocken, Rio de Janei?
ro- 65 days. 2800 bags coffee. To CN Hubert A
Sehr Jno A Grima. Foster, Philadelphia-6
days. Spirits turpentine barrels. To Shackel?
ford A Kelli, i he Jno A Griffin was blown as far
sou'.h as Ty bee.
?ohr A Harris, Harris, Baracoa-6 days. Fruit.
Toe Bart A co.
Sloop Isabella, Costa, from Combabee. 1700
bushels rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Steamer Dictator, Cozetter, Paiatka via Jack?
sonville, Fer na odin a and Savannah. 91 bales
cotton, 206 loose hides, 41 bbls fruit, io boxes
trait, 7 bales vanilla, 1 bundle bedding, 48 bUBbels 1
potatoes, m Le and sundries. To Ravenel Aoo,
ingrabam A Son, Witte Bros. Flnckney Bros,
Fraser A Dill, Stoney A Lowndes, W B williams
A Son, Geo W William? A co, Reeder A Davis, J D
Kirkpatrick, Mrs J Lind, Mr J A Ehslow, Jr, P B
Laiane & co, Paul, Welch A co, J salvo, A Fehren
bach, and others.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhuh, New York
James Adger A co.
steamship Mercedlta, Marshman, Boston-Jas
Adger A co.
Sehr Eben Fisher, Reynolds, Boston-Jos A
Baslow A co.
sehr Ohas Macarthy, Chase, Wey mont h, Mass
H F Baker, agt.
Sehr carrie Bonnell, Plnkham, Havana-FauM
Welch A co. 1
Steamship Mercedlta, Marshman, Boston.
Br shin Julia, Baker, Amsterdam.
Sehr Florence Rogers, Shenpard, New York.
Sehr Benjamin Gartslde. st?nford, Baltimore.
Sehr Lilly, Hughs, New York.
Sehr Carrie Bonnell, Plnkham, Havana.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Pal aka, via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
steamship Manhattan. WoodhuuV^New York.
Sehr Eben Fisher, Reynolds, Boston,
tchr J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore.
Sehr Geo B Somes, Pray, Boll Creek, S C.
PROM TU IS PORT.
steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, November 2.
Brig samuel Welch, Fisher, at Philadelphia,
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Bark Walter, Berry, at Boston, October 80.
CLEARED FOR THIS PU Kl.
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, at New York, October
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, November 2.
Evening.-Arrived, Alice, from Savannah, with
3400 bales cotton.
Nsw YORK, Novomber 2.
Evening.-Arrived, James Adger. I
The bark Henrietta, Nore, from'Boston, has
arrived at Boll River, S C. consigned to Sooth
Ci roll'.a Phosphate and Mining Company.
The savannah papers of Saturday last report
the lo-s of the British bark Stella, Wetson, or
Yarmouth, on Cape Lookout.
The pilot boat Neca, or Savannah, was ron into
near Ty bee, on Friday, by the entier Nansemond,
which attempted to oroBR the pilot boat's bow.
The pilot boat was bidly dimaged, and was Only
prevented from sinking by placing blankets
over the bow. She was towed to Savannah by
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. 0.
October 28-Sehr Sophia Hanson, Staok, for
Wilmington, Del: sehr? E Woodbury, Woodbury,
for Baltimore; sehr W P Cox, Newell, tor Phila?
LIST OP VE88?LS
rr?, CLEAR RD AND BAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Br bark Fille de l'Alr, Jones, Balled.Oct 4
The Onward, Balevard^up..Oct 16
The Mary Jane, Jones, sailed.Sept 26
Tne Emma, Pender, Balled.Sept 10
Bark Brilliant, Bartley. Balled-.Sept 16
Br bark Livingstone, Mc Mullan, sailed.... Sept 24
Brig Cyclone, Pendleton, sailed.Oct 18
German bark Neptune, Ploghoft, up.Oct 1
The Freihandel, W?chter, aalled.Oct 1
IL" Augusta, Onderberg, sailed.'...oct 6
Bark Hellos, Holm, sailed.Sept 6
ShlpAncUla,-, up.Sept o
Span bark Providencia, -, sailed.Sept 20
Swedish brig Anna, Jansen, sailed.Sept 6
The Santander, Mlles, cleared.Oct 4
Span brig Roseta, Abril, sailed.Oct 16
DBM BR ARA.
Sehr Fairland,-, sailed.Oct e
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, to sall...Oct l
Sehr Wm Howe, Young, cleared.Oct 80
Sehr E s GtlderB'.eeve, sharter, up.Oct 30
Sehr Monadnock, Hammond, cleared. Oct 26
Sehr H 0 Shepherd, Clark, cleared.Oct 26
Sehr Albert Thomas, Bose, up.Oct 26
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, cleared.Oct si
Bark Florence, Mayo, cleared.,.Oct 29
Bark Walter, Berry, up.Oct 80
Sehr H Williams, Williams, cleared.Oct 28
Sehr FA HaUock, Tyler, cleared.Oct i8
Sehr L 0 Beckman, Robinson, cleared.Oct 18
Sehr A F Ames, Acorn, up.Oct 12
Sehr Sue Cummings, Lyon.Sept 18
Sehr Mary Collins, collins.:.Oct 19
gftrocmtt, tiguaxa, ?t.
H. KLATTE & CO.
AQENT8 FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. PLATTE A CO.
Sole Agents for Charleston for this Celebratea
Brand of PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
BYES and BOURBON. ^irptcTTrriTY
These Whiskeys are guaranteed puWKSTjfrwis.i
COPPER DISTILLED, free from ?/if0?F05i?2"?
purities, a>.d highly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical use. The Brand ls patented
to Prevent iniwagemwra. ^ ^
We respectfully inform otv fr'ends and custom?
ers that we keep constantly or. hand a full supply
of the above already favorably well known whls
eyB. and offer same to the trade at distiller's
prices. H. KLATTE A CO.,
aug8l-Btuth6mo No. 186 East Bay.
SEW YORK ARD CHARLES^ *
The Splendid sidewheel steamship CHARLES
TON, James ferry, Commander, will sall from
Adger's ?oath wnarr, on TUESDAY, the 6th lost.,
at - o'olock P. M.
?-Throngh Bills or Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool at aa, and to Boston, Providence and
toe New England manufacturing towns at mar?
ket rates. ..; ?>.
???Jrel?ht or Passage engagements apply to :
n0V4-2 J AMB8 ADO KB A Ca. Agent*. ?
^BE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAU
THE FIRST-CLASS IROS SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GOLF STREAM, captain Hunter, . j
VIRGINIA Captain Binckley,.' '.r.
Are now regularly on the Line, lnsnring
class sea connection between FnUadelj
Charleston, and in alliance with Railroad
nies at both termini, afford rapid trans" "
to and from all points in the Cotton Stat??L
to and fromOinolonatt St. Louts, Chicago and
principal otttes or the Northwest, Bosmttr
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing'Oenweii'
ay The GULF STREAM ds appointed to
from Brown's Wharf on PBXDAT, 8UI November,
at 12 o'clock M. . ' ' . -. ; >
49? The VIRGINIA wm follow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves..
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. ll
Sonth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia. . '. - novS^
jpOB NEW YOB E.
ON THUBSDAT, 7TH NOVEMBER, ATV ll
OGLOOK, A. IL
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NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE BOOKSTALL ON DE??.
The Splendid New Iron Sidewheel steamship.
SOUTH CAROLINA Beck.itt, : Commander,. will
sall for New York on THCTLSDAY, 7 tn N?vete ber, at,
ll o'clock A. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool and the
New England cities as usuaL
49? Insurance by steamers of this Une % per
For Freight or Passage engagements, bavin*
vory Sue Deck Stateroom accommodations.- ap- ;
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A ?0., No, 2? .Broad
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, N?. 1 UnWU
Wharves. . ..; POW;
Jl O B B AL T I M O B K.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, ABD THROUGH
BILLS LADINO; ISSUED ../i^Ll7'
_ TO _
PIULAJDKLPH1 A, BOSTON,
AND THE Om ES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship MARYLAND, J. v. Joan
son, commander, will sall for Baltimore, on W?D
NKSDAT, eth November, at 4 o'clock P.M.
as- Philadelphia Freights forwarded* to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Consignees are allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods froto
the Railroad Depot ta Philadelphia. - iTT . . >
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL 0. TRENHOLH, Agent, ,
nova-*_No. 2 Union w~hArvcar
QHANG?j OF SAILING DAYS,
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANTS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN. ."?'
' FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42. North River, loot or Canal street,';
New York, at ia o'olock noon, of the!
and 30th of every month, except when these dates
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preying. '
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for South Pacific and Ces tra! American pom.
For Japan and china, steamers leave Baa ran*
cisco first of every mouth, except whoa lt jans on
Sunday-then on the day p receding. - -. K
No California Steamers touch at Hav*Da,.hut
go direct from New York to Asp?rwsJW- ,
One hundred pounds baggage free to each aoiBfc
Medi?me and attendance free. . .. 'ifcaa
For Passage Tickets or other information, apply
at the WMPANY'a WOa^jOFW?s^oo?:
Wharf foot of Canal street, Hortti^v^jJWtr
?Y/ork. F. H. BAB i, Agent* ,-,
OB F L, O B I D; A , ;
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICB A WEEK. -
The Splendid side-wheel ;ste*mer L??jCSN"
DICTATOR. OaptatnL. M.OopttWuMilBsTlii
CITY POINT, Captain George E. McMUIanv ?nu
leaVe Charleston every TUISDAT Md_FsmT
Fromms, at 8 o'clock, for. SAVANNAH, FSB.
NANDINA, JAClSvlLLJC. PAUATKA, AND
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S lOTtt
laitivrnlnff DICTATOR Will leave PALATE A FBI
arriving here SUNDAT ATOUiNOON. Uamir
uiTY POINT will leave PALATKA ?mn?"
MoSo and SAVANNAH WBONBADAYMOEN
rea Rrrtvlnff here WXDNK8DAY AfTKBh OOH. -,
INCen"? 1? at MM
tine- and ?ato w?eamers for the C^ok
la?uni?trfor way Landings must be prepaid
"iffj&M or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply g?, k ^ - j
oerner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay;.
0Ct8 ' '_ i ?
?moe at tTJnoUsaU.
r BELLOC'S CHARCOAL *
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Medicine Paris
lt is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc's Charoo?! owes its
great efficacy, it is specially recommended
for thc following affections.
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OP EMPLOYMENT. - Balloo'. Ourceal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
ol Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and box ot lozenges.
kDepat in PIM, L FRERE, 19, nu ital *
Agents tn Charleston: DOWIE, MOISE A 1
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. ~WU3* M