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Items ot ln(?reit from the Churches in
die City and Country.
The pulpit at the Orphan House will be sup?
plied at 3.30 to-morrow afternoon, by the Rev.
John T. Wightman, D. D.
At the Trinity M. E. Church, Hasel street,
the services to-morrow will be conducted as
follows: 10.30-A.M., sermon by the Rev. White?
foord Smith, D. D.; 7 P. M., sermon by the
Bev. W. H. Adams; 3 P. M., Sunday School.
At the Citadel-Square Baptist Church there
will be preaching by the pastor, Bev. J. A.
Chambllss, at 10.30 A. M. and 7.15 P. M. Stran?
gers visiting the city are cordially invited to
attend, and a committee'will be found at the
door to provide seats.
The Be?. C. C. Pinckney having returned to
the city after a four months1 visit to Europe,
will resume his ministrations to-morrow at
Grace Church. Sermon at 10.30 A. M., and
evening prayer at 4 P. M.
The hour for evening prayer at St. Michael's
has been changed to 4 P. M.
The Rev. Mr. Babbitt, of Columbia, Is to
officiate to-morrow morning and aiternoon at
the Church of tba Holy Communion.
The semi-annual celebration of Bethel
Methodist Church Sunday-school will be held
In the 'church, to-morrow evening at 7 o'clock.
Addresses will bo delivered by Professor F.
W. Capera and several scholars. The public
are Invited to attend. .. .
An adjourned meeting of the congregation
of BL Philip's Church will be held at five
ovfrok on Monday afternoon in the church.
The Bible has been translated Into the Ea
The Episcopal Recorder (low church) and
the Church Weekly (high oburch) have both
.The whole number added on examination to
the Presbyterian Church last year was 28,768.
Oeing an average of six to each congregation.
The Methodist Episcopal Church organiza?
tion of this country need about eight hundred
new preachers every year to keep the itiner?
ant ranks filled.
The Rev. John Btelndle, formerly a priest in
the Roman Ca th oil c Church, has applied lo be
admitted aa a member of the clergy of the
Protestant Episcopal Churoh in Missouri.
At a late meeting at Rockville, Maryland, oi
the Western District Baptist Associa?
tion of Maryland, Dr. Wilson, of Baltimore,
showed that there were fewer Baptists In
Maryland than in any other State or in any
territory of tho Union.
The Presbyterian says: "Revivals and
camp-meetings are held in great horror by
some of oor high church friends. The neces?
sities of the case in some parts of the Western
States are causing a modification ot taste, If
we may Judge from a case in Iowa. In Dal?
las County a Protestant Episcopal parish that
?as no churoh building, lately chartered a
train and went ont to a beautiful country
' frove,where they had several days of wor?
ship, and where Sunday was the great day of
their feast. A bishop attended and actually
preached under the trees. This was not, Of
course, a camp-meeting, but that is Just what
Methodists cali lt."
LOCAL JJ ACON ICS.
-Benjamin Hernandez bas been appointed
a trial Justine by Governor Scott.
-A horse belonging to a drayman named
Burke died yesterday of the hone disease.
-The members o? the bar are requested to
nwt In the Equity Court room on Monday,
the 11th Instant, at ten A. M.
-In view of the general prevalence of the
equine epidemic and the serious interference
with local travel which ls likely to result
therefrom, Mr. F. Von Santen, the well
known bazaar man, has imported a large
number of wooden horses which are warranted
sot to take the disease. The travelling public
wDl do well to bear this lac t in mind.
-The infant found in flori beck s alley, on
Wednesday evening last, died yesterday.- The
nurse la whose han de the child was placed
expressed the opinion that ils death was
caused by laudanum, administered before It
was found by the policeman. The coroner
.. was notified, and a jory of inquest was im?
panelled, which will assemble at the coroner's
officie this morning to consider the case.
-A small store on East Bay, near Went?
worth street, kept by F. Brayton, was entered
oft Thursday night by burglars, who s/ole
three bolts of cloth and' about seventy-five
cents in money therefrom. In a re*; com
pertinent of the drawer from which the
Burney was taken was a large roll of green?
backs, about sixty dollars, which the burg?
lars overlooked. Entrance was effected
through a front window, which the burglars
opened by removing an iron bar lhat se?
cured lt. ? ?.
Joshua Powers and Philip Smith, colored,
disorderly and stealing coal from Central
wharf,' ten days each. Emma Hamilton,
colored, disorderly, two dollars or twenty
days. Thomas Bushfield, driving his omnibus
over a lantern on the plank-road In Washing?
ton street, Ive dollars and costs of repairs. A
cow at large, one dollar.
Th?Court of General Sessions.
Simon Gall and Robert W. Brown, who were
arraigned for murder, pleaded not guilty, and
their trials were fixed for Friday next. The
court then adjourned till Monday, when the
trial of Francisco Victor Valdez will take
United Stetes Commissioner.
Two colored men were before Commission
er Porte?os yesterday charged with violation
of election laws daring the late State election.
The charge was disproved and the men were
released. They immediately had the. man who
made the affidavit against them arrested for
perjury, and he was committed to Jail for ex?
amination on the 20th ln?tank
\*S**Biae Court,l'a-* imbers, 1873.
Stewart, admlnlstratOi, ya! Pearson, et ux.,
et al; Stewart, respondent, vs. Blease; Mayer*
Brother vs. Long, et al. It ls ordered by the
court that unless briefs in the Bald cases, with
the points and authorities, be not filed with
the olerk witbln ten days from receipt by the
oonnsel for the appellants of a copy of this or?
der, (to be forthwith transmitted to such coun?
sel by the clerk, ) that euoh of them, lu which
this order be not complied with, be struck
from the docket.
William R. Jones ve. Henry P. Hammett, et
.I. It ls ordered by the oourt that a re-argu?
ment be heard in the case stated.
ANOTHER GIN-HOUSE BUBNEB_The gln
hoose of Mr. H. McKee, on Braes's Island,
hear Poootaligo, waa destroyed by fire on the
*th instant, together with about three thous?
and1 dellars' worth of seed and ginned cotton,
which was stored therein. The fire originated
in the upper story, and ls supposed to have
na^.?!^by,aplpe8moke<lby one o? the)
SSffiSkWlTT Mr. McKee,
M.rilT* extinguish the flames, got
nr?T^r M barned- fortunately a
portion of Mr. McKee's cron wa? i"
smother building. p 8 8tored In
TUE IRREPRESSIBLE MACK
A Yorkvllle.Edition of hil C
Charge-The J?an tie ot Jeffreys
lng On .tlacltry.
I It appears from the York ville Enqu
I the 7th Instant, that his Honor Thom as
Ison Mackey, the irrepressible judge
j Sixth Circuit, whose insatiate itching fe
I riety ls well known to the readers
j NEWS, has broken out in a new place.
I be remembered that upon the recent i
I Mon of his court at Chester he deliver?
I self o? a sort of post-mortem charge
I grand jury in whlcb, with a ghoulish
I that would have done credit to Mrs.
I Beecher Stowe or Victoria Woodhull, h
I up the dead and buried corpse of Eu-Kl
I and rattled the dry bones of that pla;
j skeleton with blood-cnrdling eloquen<
I that occasion he seemed to be iollowl
I famous last words of Lord Marmion-"
I Chester, charge;" and now he appear
I paraphrasing the last sentence of that
I exordium Into "On, Mackey, on."
J moved on to York ville, and at the opel
I his court there, on Monday last, he unb
I ed himself of another charge on th?
I subject; and to judge from the quantity
I and venom which lt contains, it must hi
I lleved his internal ;organlzation Immen
I have got it off his stomach.
1 This charge, as reported in the Enqu
j a remarkable document. It la, of COOT
I mensely funny, but, looked at In anoi
I peet, lt ls also malicious and mlschievo
I ls likewise ghastly, and In some of its e
I sions it rises to the dignity of being fie
I It is not necessary to remind the read?
I his Honor Judge Mackey can, upon oct
I display all these traits with the utmost
I and lt re illy seems that they all come n
I to him. He is a versatile actor, and can
I torn a wit, an incendiary, a ghoul or a
I or, like Clark in the Corsican Brothers, 1
I take any two of these characters tog
I and, aa Mrs. Malaprop said of the Droml
I "two gen tlemen at once."
I j The document is too long to be prime
I tire, and, besides, some people might i
I who don't know his Honor Judge Macke
I they might think there was Borne truth
I horrible picture which he draws of affa
j Tork County. The effect would be Bim!
I that onco produced by a scene In the]
I mime of Humpty Dumpty. When Get
. I first put this piece upon the Btage o
I Olympic Theatre^ in New Tork, he bax
I trick seene in which his brother, the I
I loon, was apparently?fturled Into the ali
j steamboat explodion and distributed in
I men ts all over the stage. It was a
I scene, and the two Foxes, standing ?
I wings, used to enjoy It immensely; bat l
j so realu tic that the children and nurse n
I were always affected to tears, and lt had
I left out.
j| In these two charges Judge Mackey
I painted, In graphic "distemper" color
I number ot scenes of Ku-Klux violence w
I if they ever existed at all, outside of the i
I inatfon of the Tribune correspondents,
I long Binse ceased to exist, and he takes,
I care not to mention the date of their all
I occurrence, but speaks of them vague
I happening "in the recent past." This is
I one should argue from the Webster-Park
j murder in 1849 that an epidemic of cris
j now?raglng In Harvard College. He gi
lover the vindication made by the Ut
j States Government, in purer days of the
I public, of the sacredness of the person c
I American citizen in foreign countries, but
I venlently forgets the shooting down of Ai
I lean citizens by Spanish Boldlers In the str
I of Havana, under the benign administrate
J Messrs. Grant and Fish. And worst
J all, because this transcends the iii
I of dramatic eloquence, (which we
I know Judge Mackey must have or but
I and becomes a Judicial mandate, he char
I the grand jury that they must "there!
I make a. most rigid Inquisition Into the org
I ized system of crime In question, and pres
I for Indictment and speedy trial all pera
I who may be shown, by the testimony bef
I you, to have been concerned therein, whet
I such persons stand indicted in the United SU
I Court for violating the enforcement act of C
I gress or not.
After Issuing this command, the Jndgi
I kind enough to leave the subject of Ku-KI?
I ism, and he ls merciful enough to omit to
I der that the unfortunates who are now, une
I sentence of Judge Bond, dragging out wei
I years of Imprisonment at Albany for alleg
I acts of Eu-Kluxlsm, shall be rearrested
I their release and tried over again before 1
I august tribunal.
He next turns his attention to the rec?
I letler of the Hon. B. P. Perry, which has
I ready been published in TH Z NEWS. That 1
I ter was written el ace the judge's Chest
I c h arge, OK he would .doubtless have had it o
I with the distinguished author then and thei
I At York ville, however, the Judge lowered 1
J casque, couched his lance and began his t
I at the letter as follows :
The court desires further, gentlemen of tl
I grand jury, to bring to your attention anoth
I matter not entirely irrelevant to the one Ju
I considered. The newspapers are giving cu
I rency to a letter purporting to have be?
I written and signed by a resident of this Stat
I of high authority upon legal questions, whlc
I letter ls not only a seditious libel upon Its fae
I but ls calculated to seduce many well-meanlr.
I citizens into a grave infraction ot the laws.
Tue writer or the letter complains therel
I of two classes of persons, lo connection wli
I the recent Congressional election In thia di:
I trlct; the one whom he terms the "white v<
Itera," and the other "negro vote rn." H
j charges that the first class generally refraine
I from voting, and that the second class uolve
I sally voted, bat voted against the write;
I The letter ls not entirely explicit as to whet tu
I lt Is designed to subject tbe first class name
I to any "pains anti penalties" for so refrain in
h rum voting: but its purpose In regard to th
I second class is unmistakably set forth in th
I following paragraph :
I "I know that the negroes are banded tc
j gether, as a race, under the lead of vile cai
j pet-badgers and Infamous scalawags, wh
would as quickly sell their God for thirty piece
j of sliver as they have betrayed their race an?
j country fer office, promotion and the hope o
j stealing, swindling and plundering I Bnt, net
I withstanding this antagonism to the whit?
I people, I know that an Influence might b<
j brought to bear on them which they could no
I resist, if. the property-holders ot the atau
I were so disposed. Let every land-holder re
j fuse to rent or employ any laborer, unless he
j will agree, with proper stipulations, to vote
j with his .andlord or employer. This may be
done without incurring any of the penalties
I of tne act of Congress against intimidating
j The court would state that if the exaction
I of such a stipulation from laborers and tenants
I does not violate any existing act of Congress,
lt is "devoutly to be wished" that thew will
I soon be an act of Congress that would be
I thereby violated. Any attempt, however, to
enforce such a stipulation would be an in
I fraction of the election laws ot this State, as a
I manliest "intimidation of voters," and if the
voter consented and fulfilled the "stipula?
it?! ! 11 would render Mm "able to the pen
m?ua MI ?? Jaw- A voter cannot legally
\SS?--?lt?!Sft?^?*?rt a stipula;
. h? ^tC0UD^.0,whlch & IB a citizen, and
Si? TPJ?nlbltB h,lm ,rom ?Bing lt for pecu
??n>?h?S^lDg proflt '^himself lu
I casting lt. The writer further sass
"In this way, and in thia way o?lv can we
rout the carpet-bagger and 8oalaw^%nd get
cootralof the colored people. CuflS? has no
gra-Uude in general, as I have well teated
though there are exceptions, and he can onlv
be Influenced by bis wants and necessities
I, therefore, urge upon the white people ali
over the8tate. to determine unanimously and
at once, to bave nothing to do with the Badi
cala, white or black, in renting their lands or
employing their laborers, without they wfll
afee, in writing, under a penalty, to vote
with them in aUfuture elections "
To "determine unanimously" upon such a
matter Implies'Consultation, and a confede?
racy to attain the end proposed. . Buch deter?
mination, BO reached, will subject the parties
engaged therein to indictment lor conspiracy.
It will be the duty of this court, with your aid,
gentlemen of the grand Jury, to check, by
prompt and decisive action, in obedience to
the laws, every such proposed system ot de?
bauchery, aimed at the iree electors of the
THE COUNTY CANVASS.
The Board of County Canvassers again assem?
bled at the Fire-proof Building yesterday, and
completed the canvass of the returns with the
result given below. There still remain two
precincts In St. James Santee from which no
returns have been received, but lt is supposed
that no elections were held lu those precincts.
In the case of one of them, Dutart Creek, the
! managers failed to Bend for the ballot box,
and In the case ol the other, Pinckcey Gaul,
lt ls not known whether the ballot box, which
I was Bent out by the commissioners on the
morning o? the election, reached Its destina?
tion In time to allow of the election being held.
The following is a
Summary of the Vote.
PARISH s s
THE AMUSEMENT SEASON.
The Charleston Dramatic Club.
A crowded and fashionable audience was at?
tracted to Hibernian Hall last evening, not?
withstanding the light rain that fell during
most or the night, by the announcement of the
first publio anniversary performance of the
Charleston Dramatic Club, a favorite amateur
association, whioh has given a number ol
very pleasant but less ambitious entertain?
ments during the past few years at a private
residence. The play selected for this first
public appearance was Shield's melodrama ol
Evadne, or the Statue, and the cast was at
King ol Naples....Mr. J. W. witsell
Ludovico (his Favorite).Mr. Florian Mccann
Colonna.Hr. B. U Mathew!
Vicentio.ur. H. c. sm un
Spalatro.Hr. James B. Evann
Guarda, Oonsplratora, Pages. Ac.
On the whole, the periormanoe was highly
creditable to the young gentlemen engaged
and proved the society to be well worthy o
the encouragement and klod wishes of th?
community. The mounting of the play was
good, the costumes admirable a*hd in goori
keeping with the date and country repre
Bented, and the periormers all evinced
thorough study of their lines and a careful at?
tention to the "business" of the stage. Il
would be an ungenerous as well aa au unnec
e&sary act to dwell upon the few short-comingf
that were displayed and that were to be ex
pected at an Initial amateur performance, and
really there were no faults to notice that wlli
not be rapidly remedied by practice and the
evident care which tbeee young gentlemen
display lu their histrionic studies. It was evi?
dent last night that their voices were noi
trained to fill the large hall in which the per?
formance was given, and the performers had
apparently not learned to husband the voice
until the climax of each scene was reached,
The characters of Evadne and Olivia might
have been more true to nature, and the cos?
tume, galt, Ac, might have been Improved
upon, but these characters, were really diffi?
cult, and It was evident that the performen
were unaccustomed at least to tbe dress,
Altogether the entertainment .was com?
pletely successful; the auditors were well paid
for their attendance and appeared mach
pleased and gratified. The critic has ne righi
to be otherwise than lenient, and lt ls to be
hoped that the Charleston Dramatic Club villi
oblige ' the publio with many similar and
equally agreeable performances.
The I ri ?ix Volunteer Rifle Club Ball.
The first call ol (his gallant and popular or?
ganization will be held at the Hibernian Hall,
as already announced, on Monday night, al
half-past eight o'clock. The indelatlgable
committee have been hard at work, and the
ball promises to be one of the largest and
handsomest of the season. At the extra meet?
ing of the club, held last night, the members
were Informed that their lady friends intend?
ed to present them on Monday night with an
elaborate stand of colors. The presentation
will take place during the ball, and will be
made by a distinguished citizen of Charleston.
This will undoubtedly add to the Interest and
pleasure of the occasion. Members of the
different rifle clubs are requested to weai
Hose and Harry Watkins Coming.
Our readers will observe with pleasure the
announcement In another column that Harry
Watkins, with bis talented wife and a ?ne
company, are to begin a season of three nights
at the Academy ot Muslo next Monday eve?
ning with the sterling play of Bip Van Win?
kle, a dramatization of Washington Irving's
curious story of New York lu the days of the
old Knickerbockers. On Tuesday or Wed?
nesday night a new play will be produced
with elaborate costumes and properties,
which are expected to arrive by the New
York steamer to-day. Mr. and Mrs. Watkins
are well and favorable known to the theatre?
goers of Charleston, and we besnsak for them
hearty reception on the occasidnof their re?
appearance. The box office will be opened by
Treasurer Levin at the Academy this morn?
John Robinson's Show.
This famous combination of museum, aqua?
rium, menagerie and circus will exhibit in
Charleston on Friday and Saturday next,
giving two performances each day. For forty
years John Bobinson bas been king of tbe
arena, and his success ls due to the care with
which vulgarisms are excluded from his pro?
gramme as well as to the intrinsic merita of the
exhibition. The little folk look upon his
coming as the great event of the year.
Anderson, the Illusionist,
is announced to perform at Hlberblan Hall, for
three nights only, commencing next Tuesday,
the 12th Instant. There has hardly been Been
in Charleston since the former visit of the
Professor, anything In the way of necromantic
art that can compare with his illusions. The
price of admission to his entertainments Is
but fifty cents, and that of reserved Beats
seventy-five. And in addition to the enter?
tainment, one hundred uselul and handsome
presents are distributed among the audience
CHOICB FRUITS.-A new and attractive fea?
ture of King street Is the neat and well-ar?
ranged fruit store lately opened by Mr. Felix
Fisher, at No. 153, between Queen and Clifford
street?. Mr. Fisher makes a specialty of keep?
ing always in stock tbe richest and most lus?
cious varieties of fruits of all kinds, as well as
the choicest cigars and confectionery. Those
who want the very best fruit to be hod In this
market, at reasonable prices, should give this
establishment a call.
Two New Residences on Logan Street? ?
Others Elsewhere Repaired and
THE NEWS, as a faithful chronicler ol cur?
rent events, ls always on the watch for Items
of interest to the community, but lt takes
especial pleasure in noticing1 each progressive
step in the march of improvement which our
good old "City by the Sea" has lately taken j
up. It has already told how her waste places
are building up with striking rapidity, and j
herewith gives another addition to the long |
string of Improvements previously published.
On the west side of Logan street, one I
door south of Broad, Mr. B. D. White, of
White's Marble Works, has commenced the
erection of a handsome wooden residence
two stories high, with brick foundations. The
foundations are already finished. The house wll'
be fifty-six feet deep by sixteen front, with
double piazzas on the south side, and a pitch- J
ed roof covered with tin. The house will have
eight square rooms, with pantries, dressing |
rooms, and a kitchen adjoining lo the rear.
The usual outbuJdlngs will also be erected
upon the lot. The work is progressing under
the personal supervision of Mr. White, and [
will be completed about the 16th of December.
Next north of the above, upon the lot at the
corner of Broad street, Mr. L. D. Turner will
commence the erection next week of a much
larger and finer residence, also to be ballt for
Mr. .White, whloh will be folly described In THE
NEWS when the work lo begun.
Three small residences upon the north side I
of field street, near King, and adjoining each |
ether, have recently been repaired and re?
painted, and thereby converted Into an orna-1
ment to the street.
The large wooden dwelling on the east Bide
of Elizabeth street, next north of St. Luke's
Churoh, has been greatly improved recently
lu outward appearance by a coat of fresh
The work on the new Masonic Temple ls
progressing rapidly under the supervision of
Mr. T. L. Webb, the energetic foreman of the
Devereux Brothers. The scaffolding of the
Grand Lodge room was taken down yesterday.
The room is a very large one, in form nearly a
square, with au arched ceiling. The centre of
the celling forms a sqoare, painted in a French
gray color. The impost moulding, separating
the centre from the cone, ls painted white.
The cone is painted In an ashes of roses color.
The walls are the color of grained freestone,
and the trimmings represent black walnut.
The scaffolding In the Blue Lodge room was
also taken down last night. The cellist: or
this room forms a dome; It and the walls and
trimmings are colored similarly to the Grand
Lodge room. The Messrs. Devereux will
! I open the temple for the Inspection of the
1 ladies about the 1st of December previous to
taming lt over to the Masons.
THERM OM El RI CAL.
The range of the thermometer yesterday,
at the drug store of Dr. Joseph Blackman,
on the south side of Broad street, was as
follows: 8 A. M, 61; 10 A. M., 66; 12 M., 67; 2
P. M., 67;4 P. M., 66; 6 P. M., 66; 8 P. M., 64.
'I HOTEL ARRIVALS-NOVEMBER S.
J. W. Weeks, New York; W. J. Spiers, South
Carolina; Z. Williams, Wilmington, N. C.; J.
R. Taylor, Sooth Carolina; D. Odom, Bon
oeau's;B. B. Gary, Georgia; P. B. Morgan,
Klngstree; A. C. Izard, W. Q. Heyward, Sonth
W. W. Briggs. D.Stuart, Jr., Liverpool; J.
Hallinans, Philadelphia; E. J. Godlne, New
i I York; S. S. Lee, Boslon; A. Kutzer, New
York; B. T. Co wart, Wilmington, North Caro?
lina; J. Clark and* wife, Jacksonville; Mrs.
M. B. Gel chen, New York; J. McBae, Wilming?
ton; H. Terry, Columbia; G. W. Palmer, C
K. Cordlero, J. P. Cordlero, New York; W. J,
Copes, W. Bose, Savannah; H. B. Elliott,
Washington; W. J. Cooper, G. S. Cooper, J?
McCutchen, Williamsburg; C. T. Fllthhebelt,
wife and three children, South Carolina; J. A.
Btemer, Miss J. T. BIser, Augusta;C. G. Alden
and wife, Maine; E. J. Brown, New York; E.
W. Denny Jacksonville: J. M. Kinney, C. Hun?
ter, J. F. Yeans, F. B. Laurence, P. Barder, J.
G. Little, New York; B. Douglass, Augusta; G.
W. Strange and wile, C. 0. Strange, Canada;
H. Durwell, United States Army; F. L. Childs,
A QUADRUFEOAL "BIPED."-Mr. Lewis Ken
ake has at his restaurant, in* Klug street, a
half-grown rooster of the common breed,
which pr?senle a remarkable freak of nature.
It Is well formed, and bas perfect Umba. But
it bas a third leg, which has grown out of the
backbone from a point Just between the hips.
This leg hangs down the left side of the back
perfectly limp, but projects to the rear instead
of touching tbe ground. It Is about six Inches
long, the same length as the others, and
I branches off two and a half inohes from Its
lower end into two shanks, each terminating
! In a foot. These extra feet are perfectly
formed, but the toes are contracted from lack
of use. The leg above the branch ls crooked
lo one or two places. The fowl is owned by
.Mr. Mo elle r, a merchant at Orangeburg. It
appears to be quite healthy and active.
"CAN TOD tell me where Plenge's Hat 8tore
I is to be found f>; "At No. 201 King street, slr."
MR. SOUDER 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
I finish, which he offers to cash buyers at a
small advance on cost. SOODER'S Gallery, No.
263 King street. ^ oct31-lmo j
FURCHGOTT, BENEOICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains In Carpets, Bag*, Drug
I gets, Oil Cloths, dbe; also special bargains in
Cloths ot all description.
FURCHOOTT, BENEDICT <fc Co. offer a very
floe Kid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,
$1 35. Will opsn on Tuesday the celebrated
Chellley's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
for which we are the sole agents.
GENTS' POBWBHINO GOODS.-The best as?
sortment In town can be found at Purchgott,
Benedict & Co.
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
A NEW AN? BEAUTIFUL stock of Bloh Fancy
Goods, Toys, Games, Fireworks, French Con?
fectionery, Bubber Goode, <kc, _c., is now
opening, (nearly every steamer brings in a
fresh supply ol the latest novelties until the
holidays are over,) at Von Santen'B Bazaar,
No. 229 King street, next to Academy of Mu
VERT CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
I Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy of
I Muaic- _____ JuJye-8
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
PERNioroos P?EGAI IV ES.-The brlluant Idea
of haifa century ago that the weak and ailing
could be bled, bllateied and salivated Into a
condition of health and vigor la happily ex?
ploded; but violent end prolonged purgation
is still, to some extent, In vogue. We have
impostors who are daring enough to offer to'
the world as tonics sud restoratives the most
destructive cathartics, unmodified by a single
stimulating, soothing or restorative element.
Compare the operation of one of these terri?
ble nostrums with that of Hostetter's Stomach
Bi Hers. In which are combined the three great
curative elements-a tonic, an alterative, and
an aperient. The iormer completely para?
lyzes the vital forces, so that nature can make
no resistance to duiease; the latter sustains
the strength of the patient, while lt restores
the suspended functions of the secretory or?
gans and relieves the bowels without violence
or pain. It is simply a choice between restora?
tion and prostration. nov5-tutbs3d&w
BALTIMORE-Per brig Wm H Parks-122,000 feet
I . - ? ?
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
S tom Marketa
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, \
FRIDAY Bri:NINO, November 8, 1872. )
COTTON.-Tula market commenced with a
stronger reeling, particularly in middling grades,
with a steady and good demand during mnch of
the day, but had a more quiet aspect at the close;
sales about 2000 bales, say 4 at 16, 186 at 17, 235 at
T7?', 3 at 17J?, 261 at 17X, 182 at 17 016, 76 at
17?, 20 at 17 IMS, 72 at 17?, 71 at 17%, 230 at 18,
1 at IS?, 400 at Uh, 300 on private terms. We
LIVBBPOOr, CLASSIFICATION :
Ordinary te good ordinary.ic?@i7?
y trie: middling.*.18X0
BICK.-There was a fair inquiry for this grain
at steady prices. Sties or 140 tierces of clean
Carolina, say so tierces at 0 ll-led, 38 at 7X, 40 on
private terms. We quote common to fair at e@
NAVAL STORKS.-There was received 64 bbla
spirits turpentine and 604 bbls rosin; sales 60 bbis
spirits turpentine at 6S?@50?c fi gallon. Rosins
quiet. No sales.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by B team, direct, IM od
on uplauds, nominal on sea Islands; via New
York, \d on upi md J,-on sea Islands; by sall,
?d on uplands, md Xd on sea Islands. To
Havre, ixe on uplands. Coastwise-tn New
York, by steam, Mc on uplands and - on sea
island-!; $2 fl 11?re3 on rice; OOo ft bbl on rosin;
by sall,-o fl lt on cotton; -oft tierce on
rice; soc ft bbl on r*ieln; $11012 fl M on lumber;
$12912 so fi M on timber. To Boat.n, by steam
Xe on uplands and $2 60 fi tierce on rice; by san,
s ft lb on uplands; rosin 70o; resawed stuff
$12^12 60; timber U13018 60; phosphate $605 60.
To Providence, by sall $10@ll fl M on boards;
; ft lb on colton; by steam Tic via New York
To Philadelphia, bj steam Xo on uplands; $176
fi tierce on rice; eco fl bbl on rosin; $i on spirits.
I Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and tbe New England cities are regularly
Issued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By sall, $8 fi M on boards; $12 on timber; - ft
ton on clay; $3 60 an phosphates. To Baltimore,
by steam -o ?i ns; by sall $808 60 fl Mon
boards;-on timber; $8 60 ft ton at olty; $4?
4 60 ft ton up riv Br on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand be our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown. 8. C., Darlen and Satll
la River, Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10012 ft M are the rates on timber
and boards. .
_ EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20X021.
DOMESTIC Exe IANGK.-The banks purchase
I sight checks on Nsw York at X0Xper cent, off,
and sell at par.
Marbi ts br Teiegrapn.
LONDON, November 8.
Noon.-Consols ny,. Fives89?.
PARIS, November 8.
Noon.-Specie li creased ami lion franes Rente*
Nsw YORK, November 8.
Noon.-FrelghU quiet. Stocks very weak. Gold
heavy at 12?. Money quiet at 6. Exchange
longs?; short 9y . Governments strong, state
Evening.-Monty a on call; prime discounts
8?aSX. Gold I2?al3. 81s 16?; 62s 12?; 04H
12?;65B 12?; new 14X< State nonda duli dui
steady, generally nominal. Tennessee 6s 74; nen
74. Virginia es-it ; new 62. Consols 65X; de?
ferred 16X- Mlssaurl 6s 03; St. Joseph si. Ala
bama es 64; De? 48. Levee 6s 60; do 8s 60. Ala
bama 8s 83; do6s 58. Georgia 6s 70; 7B 86. North
carolinas 36; new 20?. speo al tax 14?. South
Carolinas 60; new 26X; April and October 26.
^.LrvBBPOOL, November 8.
Neon.-cotton opened quiet; uplands <?\J, or?
leans lo?d; sale i io,cou; week 62,000; export*
80b0 ; speculation ?ooo ; stock, actual count, 488,000:
American 62 too; stock as estimated 456,000;
American 35,000; receipts 61,000; American 2i,oco
actnal exports 11,000; afloat 192,000; American
63,ooo bales. '- 7 *
Later.-cotton dull; uplands 9Xa9X. Orleans
10?d; sales io,ooo; speculation and export 200C
Evening.-cotton closed unchanged. Yarns
and fabf les dull, with a downward tendency.
Nsw YORK, November 8.
Noon.-Cotton qnlet; middling uplands l9xc,
Orleans 19?c; sales 260 bales.
Evening-cotton, net receipts 886 bales; gross
2792. Sal- s of cotton futures 2U.6&0 bales, as fol?
lows: November is?, 18 016; December is?,
18?; January 18?, 1BX; February 18X, 18X;
March 1816-16, lt l -16; April 19? 19X. 19X?
BOSTON, November 8.
Cotton quiet; IQ ld di inga ie?c; net receipts 219
bales ; gross, 1718; sales 400; stock 2600; weekly
net receipts, lim: gross, 8809; exports to Great
Britain, 68; sales 1060. r ?
PHILADELPHIA, November S.
Cotton quiet; middlings io?c; weekly uet re?
ceipts, 324 balea; grose, 2148.
- ' -. PHOVIDBNCB, November.?.
Weekly.net receipts 63 > bales;-stock 3600.
BALTIMORE, November 8.
Cottonnrm; middlings i8?c; gross receipt a,
430 bales; expor isto Great Britain, loo; exports
coaatwlBe, loo ; tales 735; stock 2173; weekly net
receipts, 232; gross, 8158; exports to ureat Britain,
loo; Continent, H98; coastwise, loos: sales 1456;
spinners 818. ' '
w~w. CITY POINT, November 8.
Weekly net receipts 1984. . - .
???? NOBFOLX,November 8.
CottOB steady; low middlings nxaiTXt net re?
ceipts 1900 bale?; exports coastwise 1086; sales
300; stock 13,380; weekly netrectlpts ir,i90; ex?
ports coastwise Ti.076: sales 1800. .
_ : , WiiJtniGTON,Novembers.
Cotton quiet; middlings I8?c; net receipts 317
bales;exports coastwise 667; sales 41; atock 1767
weekly net receipts liol; exports csastwlae 2362-'
sales 198. '
N",M ," ...SAVANNAH,November8.
cotton in fall demand; good ordinary nwa
17?; low middlings 17X; midddnga lsais?; net
receipts 6018 bales; exports to the comment787:
coastwise 2142; sales 2477; stock 69,88o; weeklv
net receipts 30,813; exporta to Great Britain soi2:
continent 1737; coastwise 8652; sales 11,672. '
_ " . A?ousTA, November 8.
Cotton In fair demand; middlings n?c; net
receipts 1428 bai.js; Hales 1024; stock 1871 13 836;
1872 3228; weekly net receipts 9174; sales 76c?6.'
" , MACON, Novem er 8.
Cotton quiet; middling* i7?c; receipts 3986
bales; ablpmenm 2868; stock 7265.
_ . " , coLUMBOs, November 8.
Cotton dull; low middlings 17?c; receipts 2J02
bales; shlpmentn 309; spinners 67; stock 4686.
MONTGOMERY, .November 8.
Cotton nominal; low ?middlings 17?; weekly
receipts 2616 bales;shipments 2019; stock 8285.
SELMA, N vt ruber 8.
Cotton-receipts 2209 bales; shipments 1772;
MOBILE, November 8.
Cotton quiet; good ordinary i7Xc middlings
18Xc; uet receipts 1763 bales; gros? 1817; exports
coastwise 638; s ?les 600; stock 24,601; weekly net
receipts 14.360; gross 14,414; exporn ooastwlse
6106; sales 8000. . "
MEMPHIS, November 8
Cotton doll; middling 18?ai8?c; recelpie 1884
bales; shipments 1029; stock ??.181; weekly nee re?
ceipts 18,269; shipments 12.481 : sales 1000.
' ' * NASHVILLE, November 8.
Cotton quiet; middlings no; receipt* 2277;
shipments 1696; stock 2861.
Nsw ORLEANS, November 8.
Cotton quiet; good ordinary 17?c; low mid- j
dungs 17Xc; middlings 18%c; net receipts 4970 j
bales: aro-s 6691; sales to-day 600; last evening
7600; stock 114,831; weekly net receipts 34,287;
o ros-J 39,657; exports to ureac Britain 13.488;
to Continent 12.924; coastwise 1930; sales 26,ooo.
GALVESTON, November 8.
Estimate net receipts ieuo bales; stock 44,138.
PROVISIONS AND PBOD?CE MARKETS.
LONDON, November 8.
Prime rosin 15al7s ; common 11 s Od.
Nsw YORK, November 8.
Noon.-Flour dull and declining. Wheat quiet
and heavy. Corn duU. Fork Arm at $16 96al6.
Lard steady ; steam sXaSX- Turpentine Arm at
63 ?. Rosin arm at $4 40 for strained.
E'0DJ!JK--Southern flour dull and In buyers
.io ?V.*716?9 26 ror common to fair extra, $0 sos
?im gf?d ??cllolce do? Whiskey active and
y"c- ^heat laac lower; moderate export,
?.Lrg?ienmand- cl08inK *?it_ a little better feel
heivv inn ? oS'i0r*,wlQter red western. Corn
w?tPrn l?,^adeJ0Wer* 63X8640 for steamer
lu (orMiinn- Prime mess tieer quiet; $8 40a
firme ??nd ??? ?B??H?ftr extra do. Lard
?SfflS Sew?Ta?a S
Flour dull and uncSan?'?^ ,
firm; old 42o, new36a37o. Fork quiet; held at$H
for sp?culai ion, sis asked by sellers for November
Lard firm; 7Xa7Xo for kettle. Balk meat ISK
4Xc f .r shoulders; 7*c for clear rtOsld?s%
clear Bides. All new bacon firm; 6 Vc tor shoal
ders; lOtfc for clear iib aides. Whiskey Arm
. " . ST. LOOTS, November 8.
Floor dull and unchanged, oom dull and un?
changed at 83 for No 2 mixed. Whiskey firm at
90. Pork $18. Bacon easier at G Hi a 6 * for shoul?
ders; il for clear rib sides: HXUX for clear
suies. Lard quiet at 7 ?i for steam.
Lor/iaViLLB, November 8.
Flour In Rood demand, cora quiet at 40; mixed
47. Provisions quiet. Bulk meats from fifteen to
twenty days in ?Blt 6 for shoulders; 8 for clear rib
sides; 8X for clear sides. Bacon nominal. Lard
soidatsxaii. Whiskey 91.
New York Rice Market.
mu " , - . Nsw YOBX, November 7.
The Daily Bulletin says: Business has been
light to day in both foreign and domestic, bat
aoout former prices were yet current. The sales
have been about 40 tierces Carolina at 7X88X0
60 bags Patna at 7xasc. and 126 bags Rangoon at
New York Naval Stores Harket.
Nsw TOBE, November 7.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to day 1624
Obis rosin. Spirits are quiet but steady with 68c
bid. Strained rosin was atrille more actlvp, and
prices are a shade firmer. . Sales 1200 bbls at
$4 40. In the better grades iOO bbls low pale and
No l sola at $4 76a5. Tar and pitch are quiet and
without new feature.
Sea Island Circular of Rogers dc Calder
_ ' i . ?_ .. LIVERPOOL, October 26.
In this description business continues very dor?
mant, only iso bagB ba.e changed hands during
the past week, at prices ran gk g fromiodto48d
Of other long-staple growths there have been
sold some Egyptian at l6xd, 10 Fiji at 83d. 20 Ta?
hiti from 16d to 20d, and 160 Peruvian at 21d pet
The prolonged inactivity or the sea Island mar?
ket li at length producing amore distinct decline,
especially in the higher grades, and quotations
are reduced from ld to 2d per lb. The week's im?
port is 8u bags, and the stock 4629 against 3312 al
the aime time last year.
qnOTATIOhS FOB SSA ISLAND.
Ord. to Good
Mld'g. Fair. Fair. Good. Fine.
Island.-d 20d 26d 81d S6d 44d
1871.-d 2:d 30d 38d 4ld 60d
Florida.... 16d 18d 24d 28d 28d SM
1871.13d 20d 25d 2nd 80d 340
LaATexas.- d -d 24d 26d 29d S4d
1871.-d 19 J 26d 29d 33d 42?!
''interior Cotton Marketa.
COLUMBIA, November 6.
Sales to-day 72 bales; middling 17 Ko. ".
VOHEVILLB, November 6.
A very fair business has been done in this mar
ket daring tho past week at prices ranting fran
18 to 17 xe. . From these prices, however, th<
market has slightly declined, and we now quot*
extremes at 16al7c.
CBABLOTTB, November 4.
Cotton ls quoted at 17 Xe.
. BBKNBTTSVILLS, November 8.
Cotton ls selling at i6al7Xc
MACON, November o.
Receipts to-day were the largest of the season
The market was very qnletat i7Xal7Xo, reqolr
lng tue very test cotton to bring the latter. Tbi
receipts to-day were 881 bales; shipments 284
COLUMBUS, November e.
Hsrket dun Low middlings l"X; sales &
bales; receipts 466; shipments 86.
MONTGOMERY, November 6.
Market entirely nominal to-d^y; ordinary lexc
good ordinary 17c, strict good ordinary l7\o
low diddling I7xc; middling 17^0.
Wilmington Naval Stores Harket
WILMINGTON, November 7.
SPIRITS Tun FESTINE.-During the period of ou:
present resume of the markets, this article ha
ruled very steady from day to day. with ver:
little variation or prices. Friday the marke
opened at an advance of Xe on laat week, am
-aiorday a further advance of Xe waa gained
Monday a decline was made corresponding to th
I advance. Since ihe market has beenvuryqule
but steady, without molestation or prices, and a
the time ui closing onr report remains quiet, wltl
large Bales at 67a67Xo. The receipts are on th
decline, and for the week were 1439 caakt
against 2864 casks for last week. The exports
however, have been quite meagre, and the stock
in market has been slightly increased.
CRUDE TURPENTINE_Since last week this arti
cle has been rather unsettled, and tue market ha
shown some slight flactnatlons of prices. Oi
Friday, owing to the late rise in the river, a lot c
600 bblB oame to hand and was placed on market
Being of a size sufficient to meet the necessitle
of our distillers, they paid an advance of 26o oi
yellow dip and virgin taturday the receipt?
which were or mluor importance as compare
with the previous dav, sold at ssme figura
Munday exporters came into market and t
i-flect purchases paid a further advance o
26e. Tuesday the.market remained unchanged
but Wednesday the arrivals being unusually larg
there was a pressure io Bell, bot buyers were no
djsposed to take more than enough fur their im
mediate necessities, and prices declined iso oi
yellow dip and virgin. Today the dullness ooo
Hones, but the receipts have been placed at th
market price. The receipts for the ween, 2967 bbl
against 1916 bbls for la? i week, are an increase c
1051 bblB. The exports were light and the bnlk c
receipts are taken to manufacture The marke
closes quiet at $3 26 for hard and $5 86 for y ello i
dip and virgin.
ROSIN,-Oar rosin market for the lower quail
ties has exhibited more animation since our las
than any preceding week for a month past. Oi
Friday the market for strained opened with ai
.improved inquiry with better telegrams, and 76
bbls changea hands at an advance of cc. Satut
day and Monday the advices being less favorable
buyers dropped out. and the market lay in a toi
pld si ato. Tuesday lt again revived, and 260 bbl
changed hands at an advance of 6c Wedneeda;
morning tran-actions were made at the pre
vious day's figure, bot late in the diy a furche
advance or 6c was gained. At the time o
docing oar noon report today (Thursday) th
market continues buoyant, witn Bellera boldlni
for advanced figures. No 2 has remained ver
quiet without transactions of any importance
j No l has figured but little during the week, a sal
[ of 476 bbia ou Tuesday comprising its movement
-Pales-The better grades continue tobe in goo.
request, but the stock ls only moderately larg
and transactions are consequently light. By tb
resumption of navigation In i he river the receipt
a ti ow a decided increase, but the exports aie mod
rately large and the stock In market is onl;
Receipts by Railroad, November 8.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. .
1698 bales cotton, 27 bales good. 117 casks clay
48 bbls Bplrito turpentine, 68 obis rosin, 7 oan
stock. To Railroad agent, H Bnlwinkie. Laurey
Alexander * co, caldwell 4 Son, Geo W William!
? co, W H Jones;* co, Baumelster * Zarbst, A i
Smith, W W smith, seizer. Rodgers * co, G fl
Walter * co, E ll Frost 4 co, W B Smith Jfc co,
Wies A co, Trenholui 4 Son. A J Salinas, w ?
Bee A co, w 0 Courtney Aco, Mowry A Son, A fi
Mulllgau, WP Dowling. F L Meyers, Chapeau A
Heffron, W B Williams A Son, L D DeSaussure,
Barden A Purker, Counts A Wroton, Kinsman A
Howell, and others. .". '
IN OVBMBBR 7.-2142 bales cotton, 102 bales goods,
2 c ra steck. To K.liroad Agent, and others.
NORTH EASTS UN RAILROAD.
465 bales upland cotton, 8 bags sea island cot?
ton 21 bbls spirits turpei tine, 663 bbls rosin, 45
crude turpentine, cars of lumber, tobacco, mdse,
Ac. Tu ii ti Frost A co, W K Ryan, A J Salinas,
I u fi Walter A co. Mowry A Son, T P Smith. A s
smith, caldwell A Son, Geo W Williams W C
i-our'ney A co, Bard in A Parker, Tren holm A
Son, Goldsmith A Son. Wbilden A Jones, Mantoue
A co, A B Mulligan, WC Bee A co, Jas R Pringle
A Son, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Murdaugh A
weekley, Kavenel A co, J D Kirkpatrick. Wltie
Bros, Kinsman A Howell, J Jackson, lngraham A
Son, H Rlatte A co, Railroad Agent, Ordor, and
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
21 bags sea Island and 76 bales upland cotton,
165 buis rosin, 13 bbls spirits turpentine, 175
bushels rough rice. 20 tons gu ino, cars wood, lum?
ber, mdse, AC. To G W Williams A co. Kinsman
A Howell, w c Bee A co. Mrs K P Lawton. Fraser
A Dill, D McPherson, Wardlaw A Carew. Whilden
A Joues, J Colcock A co, J A Blake, T P Smith, W
P Dowling, Heeder A Davis, W A Boyle, Miss J C
Qui raby, W C Courtney A co, D O'Noill, Crumley A
D. W H Green, Bardeu A Purker, W J Yates, and
Stoney A Lowndes.
Per steamship James Adger, from New York
E N Wald i on. Miss S Waldron, MM A Sampson.
H c Ward, Mrs 0 A Drake, Rev J W Miles, airs J
Mcculloch, T M Carey, M Read, Mrs T J Lock?
wood, E W Denny, E J Brown, u 0 Strange, Q w
strange and wife, J M Kinney, D Penner, J D
Coaghiln, F Cantwell, Miss H F Bonan, J Ryan,
Miss L Ronan, A Barton, C Brown. R Hamilton, J
Cornwell, L J Mitchell, J L Bunnan, A cbudsey, L
R White, T A Handley, A Whitlock, J Jackson, s
J Anderson, Mrs R.Smith, M-Ettings. L V Evans,
Ii Turner, B STrue.-W.D'P?TY|iigt?il, tB Andrews,
M P Howard, and:7 steerage. . 1
her steamer.Pilot. Bor.-from BBaurart^?acJflo
and Ghlsolm Landings-Mrs S T Sams, O Hunter,
F Schepper, W L Tcrriberry, and 4 decs.
The Al Ame rio ia Ship UNCLE JOE win
receive Frelg11 and nave dispatch for theSBm
above port. For engagements apply to
. novQ-t C N. HUBERT A 00.
The first class British Bark JAMES R-^tA
BOYD. John G. Perry, Master, having a3B
large portion of ber cargo engaged, will nave
dispatch. Apply to _ '
HEBST GABO, . '
FUJI NEW ?OBK. - ?
ON THUBSDAY, 14ra NOVBMBBB, AT>
5 O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.\,
The Splendid New Iron Sldewbeel Steamahlp'
GEORGIA, Holme-, Commander, will ealMor??w :
fork on TH?BSDAT. I4tn November/ at- t o> clova
P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.i -,
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and jua/
New England cities as ususL . ., . .7^"i,.
MW Insurance by steamers ot thia lin4 % per .
cent. " . "f?-%"
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations-, ap- .
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO., Na 28 Bro?d I
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No.lUalon>r
Wharves. -.. .i ^noH^i
y OE NEW YOB J^. t'V'
NEW YORK AID CHARLESTOM '
w The Splendid Sldewheel Steamship CHAMPION,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander, win sall from
Adger'a south Wharf, on SATURDAY, the fl th inst.,.
at l o'clock P. M. . - -r:: - 'J
MW Ma ri ne Irisaran ce % percent hy this Line, :
*S-Through Billa or Lading given on Cotton to i
Liverpool Boston. Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns: '.
For Freight or Passage engagements apply to
noV7-3 JAMBS ADO ER A CO., Agents. '
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON; STEAK./
. LINE. -??? ?I"
THE FIRST-CLASS IROS SCREW STE
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter, Yy\????3
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,? W
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a nrV- *
dasi sea connection between Philadelphia and .. "
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad oompa
nies at both termini, afford rapidtiansportatwai/ f?
to and from all points m the Cotton States,-and. - .
to and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and tho
principal cities of the Northwest, Boston. Provi?
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres.
??- THe GULF STREAM ls appointed to . Satt' j
from Brown's Whasjt on s ATUED AY, November otb,1 ?
at 2 o'clock * M.
.MW The VIRGINIA will follow. .
For particulars of Freight arrangementa, appfy -
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A 00., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia,; ;. nova.:rc ,.
?JHANGE OF SAILING DATS,
INCREASED SERVICE. , V. , ^
PACIFIC WATT. STEAMSHIP .COMPANYS;
THROUGH LINE TO T "..7?"S?
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND; JAPAHV, "A, 'f
FARES GREATLY REDUCED, , , / *
Steamers of the above line leave PlCT^if^sfrA ?
No. 41 North River, footof Canal street,SU?
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of trw lota. iMi
and 80th of every month, except when rhea?date? i
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
AH departures connect at Panama with Steam-,
ere for south Pacific and oeitral American port*.,
For Japan and China, Steamers leave sad Frau-,
cisco first of every month, except when; ?tUM?a
Bnnday-then on the day preceding. . .'-rv ? :?.
No califorula Steamers touch at Havana, bat
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL . w 'iM !
one hundred pounds baggage we to eaoaaomV
Medicine and attendance yo?,.,- ,?"? ???L 1 3
For Passage Tlctets or other Informatica, SPW
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFIOTjj.on tte
Wharf foot of Canal street J^J&ffa&'r -.
York. Ee BA BY, Agent, . j
angio-lvr_.' -_ ^ ;
FOB GABDNEB'S . BLUFF, Sv ; C.', ? !MO? j
.AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON'PBB-; :
DEE RIVER VIA GEORGETOWN, ?l: &; j
The steamer PLANTER, Captain ??S?gSsm
J. T. Foster, ls now receiving b-tight ???mMMm* ?
at Accommodation WharfJ|(aaa wilt leave oft
TUS8DAY NIGHT, 12 th mSttoV ? .. \%
Frelcfit and Warfage mast be prepaid
T> EGULAB LINE FOB GEOBGB?OWN, \ jj
FROM SOOTH COMMERCIAL WHARF. j
Time Table of Steamer EMILIE, - . jsJCSfci - :'
Captain C. c. White, fer November,?a?K, ;
1872* ' ' " 'J
LBAYB 0HABLS3T0K. JUJAVSOMOJOKm. ;
MONDAY, NOV 4, 7 A M ?JBWW^?W iA M 1
FRIDAY, KOV 8, 7 A M MOHDAT, ?
WSDNBS'Y, NOV 18, 7 A M ?MM^Wk g^S- |
MONDAY, NOV 18, 7 A M ffKDNM'Y,N0V. JO, 6 A M 1
FRIDAY, NOV 2?. 7 A M JONDAY, NOV ?,.6 AK I
WSDNBS'Y. NOV 27, 7 A M PBIPAY, NOV ??*AK _?
TOUCHING AT SOOTH ?T'ARD. WAVEMiT, |
KBITHFIELD AND WEYMOUTH MILLS t
EVERY TRIP. J
SWFrelght received day before sailing.
Ail Freight and wharfage must be pepald. :. %
NO Freight received after sunset._
Duplicate receipts required with au shipments.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
SHACEELFORD A KEuLY,- Agents,
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, 8. G.
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgeqewn, 8. 0.
oct7-tuthf3mo8 . . ? ? ' '_,>
yyr KEELY LI NE TO
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, S. C.
. The Steamer
Captain W. T. McNelty,' .
Will leave Accommodation Wharf
every MONDAY MoBNiNo.at 8 o'clock, _
fur Savannah, Beaufort, Hilton Head and opaoua.
Wells. Returning, wlU leave savannah, every ;
'I CES DAY MORNING- _i
Will kave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chlsolm's
Landings every THOBSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
Returnlug, wlU_.leave Beaufort every F?DATt
MORNING. ~ -->_-gw ? ' ~ 2?2
Goods consigned to care of "Agenta will be fot.
warded free of storage or commission. ?
Freight received WBONBSDAYS and SATURDAYS .
mast be prepaid to Wa; Landings. .
Freight received for points on Savannah River, ,
to be transferred to steamer CLYDE, which leaves
Savannah every TUESDAY MORNING.
N. B. After tue 16th instant. 26 per cent, addi-?
tlonal will be charged on Freight to ail points,
except Savannah and Beaufort.
Fot*a^%?y?$t?HOLXsa A ca, .
octO-ws No. 80 East Bay.
""This new and elegant addition to the.toilet .
tame ls coming da?yo^ more&
No. 181 Meeting street.