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MEETINGS IBIS DAT.
Washington Lodi*, A. F. M., at 7 P. M.
Cathollo Institute, at 8 P. M.
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 1 F. H.
Stonewall Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
.Etna Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Preparations for Ita Observance in
!Thl8 being the day set apart by the munici?
pal authorities as a day ol thanksgiving tor
the blessings of the past year, and prayer for
their continuance, the courts, public office?
and banks will be closed to-day, and it is ba?
ll eved that there will be a general suspension
of business during at least a portion of the
At moat of the churches there will be divine
service this morning, and in some of them
there will also be preaching In the evening.
In the Episcopal churches the form ol worship
prescribed by the Bishop and puollahed In last |
Monday's Naws will be followed.
At the First Baptist Church there will be
preaching by the pastor at 10* A. M., and also
at 7? P. M.
At the Hasel street Synagogue there will be
divine service at 10 A. M.
At the Spring street M. E. Church a Bermon
will be preached at li A. M.
sr, John's and the Wentworth street Lu?
theran churches will worship unitedly this
. morning at the Wentworth street Lutheran
Church. Both pastors will participate In the
. .-The readers of THB NEWS will meet its
familiar face at their breakfast tables as usual
to-morrow. That is something to be thankful
-The Western Union Telegraph Company
discontinued Ita. Harton office on Friday, 1st
Instant. The Marion folks don't like being
compelled to do without the wires.
-A concert and dramatic entertainment
wiU be given at the Fruendschaftebund Hall,
corner of Meeting and George streets, this
-A small show of great wonders bas estab- j
Uahed Itself upon the old Theatre lot in Meet
lug street, and ls attracting large crowds of
-SOUP.? Nichols, a white woman arrested
and looked np in the main Guardhouse yester?
day morning for being drunk and disorderly,
attempted to set fire to the cell In which she
waa confined. The attention of a policeman
wai fortunately attracted In time to prevent a
-The fire at the Phoenix Ironworks on
Toeaday evening occured In the weather?
boarding of the blacksmith shop near a forge,
and is supposed to have been caused by a
spark from the forge. A small hole burnt In
tho weather-boarding was the extent of the
Court of General Sessions.
This court was opened at the usual hour
yesterday morning by Judge Graham, but the
trial of Solomon Ly on s, co lore J, for the mur?
der of Henry Manlgault, colored, was postpon- j
ed, upon the application of Messrs. R. W.
Seymour and A. M. Mackey, counsel for the
prisoner, until next Monday, and there being
no lurther business bet?re the court, it waa
adjourn?*! o QUI to-morrow morning.
Trial .Justice?' Courts.
? Joseph Mitchell, colored, was before Trial
Justice Mackey, yesterday, charged with swin?
dling Sarah. Hamilton out of twelve dollars
entrusted to his care for -making some pur-1
chases. The charge was proved, and he was
sentenced to return the money and pay five j
dollars and costs, or spend thirty days in Jail.
Joe seems to be quita an adept in this line of j
business, as he ls charged by another- person J
with having perpetrated a similar fraud seve?
ral months ago.
United States Commissionsr.
Emanuel Boiln, colored, ot Beaufort County,
waa bound over for trial at the January term
of the United States Court on the charge or
forcing a boy under age to vote.
McBride A Craig, running a cart without a
lieenae, continued. W. J. Cox and Plnckney
Means, colored, Bteallng fifteen dollars from
Kelly H. Harris, colored, turned over to a ;
trial Justice. Daniel Flshburn, fowl stealing,
thirty days. James Green, colored, lodged by
a trial justice, delivered to warrant. John
Leny, drunk, disorderly and resisting the
police, two dollars. Andrew Anderson, drunk,
disorderly and trespassing, two dollars and i
peace bond. Joseph Mitchell, colored, swind?
ling Sarah Hamilton, colored, out of twelve
dollars, turned over to a trial Justice. George j
Stanley and Marla Brown, colored, disorderly
and fighting, turned over to a trial justice.
SAEE OF A CONDEMNED LIGHTSHIP.-Messrs.
Leitch A Bruns sold at auotlon yesterday the
hull ot the U. 8. Lightship No. 33, for $500,
cash. This ship has been used until recently
as the lightship for the "Knoll," north ot Tybee
Island, Savannah river.
THB NATIONAL ZOUAVSS.-At a meeting of
the National Zouaves, held on Tuesday eve?
ning, It was resolved te order sixty uniforms
from New York at once. The uniforms will
consist of blue flannel Jackets, vests and j
trowsers, with leather or white canvass leg?
gings. They will be made up by J. W. Fraser
A Co., Dey street, New Tork, and will cost
eighteen dollars each, to be paid by the mem?
bers In monthly instalments ot three dollars.
Mr. Mullenhauer, at the corner or Wentworth
sad Coming streets, will take the measures of
the members. The club will commence to
drill regularly after the 20th instant.
.A COOL ROBBERT.-Eliza Levy, colored, was
arrested yesterday by a policeman and car?
ried to the upper Guardhouse tor Bteallng a
sum of money and a lot of clothing from Mr.
"William Addison's residence, in Ann street.
Mr. Addison had.recently employed the girl as
housemaid. Yesterday, while that gentlemen
was absent at his business, she told bis wife
that Mr. Addison's mother-in-law had been
taken suddenly 111, and urged her to visit that
lady Immediately. Mrs. Addison left the house
without delay, but bad not done BO many mo?
ments before Eliza followed Bult, with all the
money that Bhe had been able to find and a
large bundle of clothing under her arm.
A TEMPTING DISPLAY.-One ot the finest
and choicest displays of foreign and domestic
fruit ever seen In this city is now presented
at the new establishment of Mr. George W.
Bell, No. SA Queen street, between King and
Meeting. The stock is all fresh and cbolce.
It Includes every variety of fruits, nuts,
raisins, ?c., known to the trade, and Mr. Bell
U enabled, by means of his location, his con-1
nectlon with large wholesale houses, and
other advantages which he possesses, to offer
the choicest articles In his line, In large or
.aaU quantities, at the very lowest market
rates. AU of our readers who are In search of |
delicacies for the table or the sick room will
dowell to examine the stock at Mr. Bell's new
establishment, which bids fair to become the j
jnost popular and fashionable one in town
Another large audience assembled at the
Academy of Muelo last evening to witness tue
repetition of Harry Watklns's original melo?
drama, "His Worst Enemy." Tie acting was
fully in keeping with the Watklns's reputation,
the stage machinery worked with ease and
satisfaction, and altogether the play was ren?
dered with much better effeot than on the pr*
vious night. The same play will be repeated
to-day at the matinee, which begins at two
o'clock. This evening the popular Irish drama
"Kathleen Mavourneen" will be given, with
Mrs. Watkins In the title role.
Prolessor Anderson, the wizard, necroman?
cer, illusionist, Ac, repeated his wonderful
performances last evening at the Hibernian
Hall belore a large assemblage o? persons.
HIB feats of legerdemain presented some new
leatnres which completely mystified his audi?
tors. The celebrated serial suspension feat
concluded the entertainment, and ialrly
transfixed the beholders with amaze?
ment The distribution of prizes at the
conclusion constituted an interesting
scene, the varying phrases of which pro?
duced frequent outbursts of laughter. One
gentleman, well known for his modesty, was
presented with a looking glass, another very
young gentleman received a cradle and turn?
ed very red in the face. A United States
official drew two baby chairs, which he refus?
ed to brin g away from the stage. The profes?
sor will give a matinee at three o'clock this
afternoon, at which every child present will
receive a prize. The programme for this
evening is promised to be an entirely new
Old John Robinson's Show.
The distribution throughout the city yester?
day of about ten thousand ten-page pamph?
lets, describing In glowing terms the wonders
of "old John Robinson's" museum, menpge
rle, aquarium and hippodrome combination,
served to excite the public curiosity and to
set hundreds ol staid old citizens and thou?
sands Of eager children on the tiptoe of ex pee"
tatlon. The tickets are selling rapidly at
Holmes's book etore. and tbe Indications are
that the veteran showman will receive a rous?
ing reception and a rich harvest of fractional
currency upon this return to his native City by
the Sea. _
A BRUTAL OUTRAGE.
On last Tuesday atternoon Mr. George F.
Habenlcht, a grocer residing on South Ray
street, was struck over the head with a stick
and knocked down, by a negro named Harvey
Wilson. Mr. Habenlcht was standing near
his door talking with a negro who had given
him Borne cause for offence, when Wilson
went up and said he would take the negroe's
part, and at the same time began cursing Mr.
Habenlcht. That gentleman ordered Wilson
away, and made a Blight demonstration to en?
force compliance with his orders, when the lat?
ter struofc him with the slick. The blow inflicted
a severe wound in the scalp, which has con?
fined Mr. Habenlcht to his bed ever since lt
was inflicted. Wilson had the additional au?
dacity to take out a warrant at Trial Justice
Mackey's office for Mr. Habenicht's arrest on
charge of assault and battery. As soon, how?
ever, ss the facts became known to Mr.
Mackey, he arrested Wilson and committed
him to jail to await the result of the Injury
received by Mr. Habenlcht.
Messrs. Smith & Valk, the well-known and
enterprising Haeel street machinists, In order
to provide greater facilities for their rapidly
Increasing business, have recently commenced
the erection of a spacious addition to their
machine shops. The addition will be of wood.
The frame, which ls already in position,
thirty-six feet front by forty deep,
two and a half stories high, and ls
covered by a pitched root of tin. The first
floor will be used as a shop for finishing all
kinds of iron work. The second floor will be
the pattern shop, where wooden models of all
work ordered will be made for the guidance
> of toe workers In iron. The third floor will
be used as a pattern loft, or store room. The
work ls progressing under the supervision of
I Mr. H. Wragg, who hopes to complete lt by
, the 15th ot December.
HOTEL ABBITALS, NOVEMBER 13.
I M. D. Balley, North Carolina; H. Fink and
son, Baltimore; A. Cullen, Montreal; P. Mag
nuB, Loudon; J. F. Brocklngton, Williams?
burg; R. Tllklns, John Robinson's show; C. R.
Harlin, Clarendon; T. R. Gaines, Sooth Caro
I lina; V. Smith, Bldgeville; L. P. Hast, Fort
Motte; W. C. Harli oe, A. Lory er., South Caro?
lina; B. I. Barnett, Sumter; A. Hyman, B.
Hyman, South Carolina; L. D. Clark and wife,
South Carolina; G. A. Kaminer, Gadsden; J. E.
Fellln, South Carolina.
A. J. Coe, Boston; G. R. Boxburg, Virginia;
E. Bonulnger, Baltimore; Massman, Philadel?
phia; G. R. Weitzter, Jr., H. A. Blunt, Bead?
ing; E. V. Smattery, New York Tribune; J. E.
Fripp, E. R. Whitman, Ballimore; L. J. Garon,
Savannah; T. ff. 3evlor, New York; J. M.
WaudruB, Florida; W. H. Pir?me, Jackson
ville; D. F. Appleton, New Fork; M. Mantl
man, London; W. R. Sanders, Mare's Rluff;
R.Cotchklss and wife, J. S. Browne, New
York; G. W. Johnson, Mrs. J. Oddell and son,
THE NEW YORK VEGETABLE MABKET.
The Daily Bulletin of Tuesday, November
The disease among horses throughout the
country prevents free shipments ot round po?
tatoes, and the market at the moment ls nearly
bare of stock, excited and higher. Sweets
are without essential change. Vegetables
are In moderate request at about former
prices. Our quotations are In bulk; In
shipping order 60 cents per barrel must
be added. We quote : Peachblows $2 50a3;
Early Rose at $2a2 50, and Early Goodrich,
and Jackson whites at $1 75a2, and Dyrlghts
$1 25al 76. 8weets $2 60a2 75 per bbl for
Virginia, and$2 75a3 for Delaware. We quote:
Vegetables, red onions per bbl $2 50a3; do
yellow $2 60a3;do Connecticut white $4a4 50
per bbl. Squaab, marrowfat per bbl 75ca$l.
Russin turnips $1 76 per bbl, white turnips
$1 25 per bbl. Cabbages $6a9 per 100; red
cabbages tSalO. Reeta, Jersey, $1 25al 50.
Carroio per bbl $125a2. Celery $l 75 per dozen.
Cauliflower, $la3 per dozen.
FORKIQK Ci-KARANCBs.-The British bark
Tiber, Captain Lewis, waa cleared yesterday
for Liverpool by Mr. Henry Card, with 94
bags nee Island cotton, 2964 bales upland cot?
ton, ?5 bags cotton seed, and 263 tons phos?
Th? fine American ship Nautilus, of twelve
hundred tons, was cleared for Havre yester?
day by Messrs. C. N. Hubert* Co., with the
heavy and valuable freight of 3650 bales or
HOUSTON'S NSW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY, NO.
307 King street, ls constantly thronged with
visitors, who gaze upon the beautiful Photo?
graphs with wonder and amazement. The
Celebrated Rembrandt Pictures made at this
Gallery surpasses anything ever introduced in
this city before. We have over fifty different
style o? Frames. Also, a large stock of Albums,
Case?, Ac. novl2-tuthB3
WE WODXD request those interested in Ma?
rine Insurance to read the card of Messrs.
Huger & Ravenel in this morning's paper, by
which it will be seen that the Orient Mutual
Insurance Company, of New York, bas lost
nothing by the Boston fire. This company 1B
purely marine, and has an extensive business
here, and it will be gratifying to Us friends to
see it ls all right.
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
USEFUL, ECONOMICAL AND HANDY-Durand's
Furniture Polish. Only 60 cents per bottle.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, cold Opera and Yest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains in Carpets, Bugs, Drug?
gets, Oil Cloths, ?fcc; also special bargains in
Cloths ot all description.
TIME IS MONEY.-Clocks, fifty different styles,
.In wood, bronze and marble cases, at Allan's,
307 King street.
FADED OVERCOATS, Winter Sacks, Water?
proofs, Pants, Ac, Ac, made like new at Otto
SonntagV, Dyer, No. 34 Wentworth street,
between Meeting and Anson streets.
Yon MUST go to Yon Santen's, No. 229 King
street for all Popular Games, Outdoor Sports
and Home Amusements. oct30-w
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. offer a very
fine Sid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,
$1 36. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated
Cheil?ey's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
lor which we are the sole agents.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.-The best as?
sortment in town can be found at Furchgott,
Benedict A Co.
MR. SOUDER Invites attention to his Stock ot
Photograph Frames just received, embracing
upwards of thirty different styles, many ol
them of entirely new design and beauty of j
finish, which he offers to cash buyers at a
small advance on cost. SOUDER'S Gallery, No.
263 King street. oct31-lmo
WORN TO A SHADOW.-Flesh, muscle and
mind alike deteriorate when the stomach fal
tera In Its duty and the bowels do not perform
their part as scavengers of the system regu?
larly and naturally. In cbjpclc dyspepsia the
body ls usually emaciated, the muscular fibre
loose and flabby, and the brain Incapable of |
prolonged or vigorous exertion. Every organ,
every member, even the immortal mind itself
ls lo a certain extent dependent upon the
stomach for support Strengthen and regu?
late this feeder ol the system with Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters, when lt falls to perform Its
functions properly. A good appetite, an In?
creased flow of the gastric Juice, and perfect
digestion and assimilation will assuredly be
the result The manner In which the great J
tonic and alterative effects a cure of dyspep?
sia, Is direct and simple. It stimulates the
digestive organs, cleanses without convulsing
the bowels, regulates the flow of bile and de?
termines lt Into the right channels, and exer?
cises a tranquilizing influence over the nerves.
THE FINEST AND PUREST FRENCH CONFEO |
TIONXRY ever offered In this city has Just been
received at Yon Santen's, 229 King street, and
connoisseurs are respectfully requested to
inspect and sample it before they purchase
elsewhere. _ _ octl5-tuth
THE BEST EVER INVENTED !- Ladles' Inflata?
ble Rubber Bustles. Price $150. Sent by
mall, express or postage paid, on receipt of j
$2. Address Fred. Yon Santen, dealer in all
kinds of Rubber Goods, Fancy Goods. Toys,
Ac, No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
HAVRE-per ship Nautilus-3660 bales upland
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Tiber-94 bags sea isl?
and cotton, 2604 bales upland cotton, 94 baga cot?
ton seed, 363 tons ph-aphate rock.
BALTIMORE-Per orig Edith Hall-346 tons phos?
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, )
WEDNESDAY EVENING, November 13,1872. j
COTTON.-This staple was In good and well
auBtatced demaud at firm and full prices, and
some transactions showed an advance of about
Kc ft lb. Sales about 1200 bales, viz: 2 at 16, l at
15?, 16 at 16,19 at ie?, 66 at 16?. io at 16?, 40 at
17?, 67 at 17,17 at 17?, 3 at 17?, l at i242 at
17?, 66 at 17?, 846 at 17?, 46 at 17?, 121 at 18, 66
at 18?c We qnote:
Ordinary tn good ordinary.16?@17?
Strict middling.18 @18?
Rios.-There was a fair demand for thia grain
at firm prices. Sales about 210 tierces, of clean
Carolina, viz: 16 tierces at 6?, loo at 6?, 23 at 7,
90 at 7?c ft lb. We qnote: Common to fair at
6@6?c; good 6?@7?c.
NAVAL STORKS.-Tho arrivals were about 80
bbls. spirits turpentine and 120 bbls. rosin.
There were no transactions announced.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, dlreot,-]
on uplatda, nominal on aea islands; via New
York, ?d on uplands,-on sea IsUnda; by aall,
?d on uplands, and \d on ara Islands. To
Havre, l?o on uplands. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, ?c on uplands and - on sea
ls'and-t; $2 ft tierce on rice; eoe ft bbl on rosin;
by sall,-c * ? on cotton; -cl? tierce on
rice; 60c I? bbl on roaln; $11@12 ft Monldmber;
$12^12 60 ft M on timber. To Bost n, by steam
?0 on uplanda and $2 60 fl tierce on rice; by aall,
-c ft lb on nplanda; rosin 70c; reaawed st mr
$12012 60; timber $13@13 60; phosphate $D@5 50.
To Providence, by aall $io@n ft M on boards;
-0 ft lb on cotton; by steam ?c via New York.
To Philadelphia, by Bream ?0 on uplands; $1 76
ft tierce on nee; eoe 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 this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By sall, $8 ft M on boards; $12 on timber; - ft
ton on clay; $3 60 on phosphate?. To Baltimore,
by steam -0 ft lb; by sall $8@8 50 fl Mun
boards;-on timber; $3 60 ft ton at city; $4?
4 60 ft ton up river on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Sarn?
ia River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10@12 ft H are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day billa 21?.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New York at ?@?per cent, off,
and Bell at par.
New York Alee market.
NEW YORK, November 12
The Daily Bulletin says: The market hat been
quiet, but rules steady, with sales of 200 bags
KauROou at 7?c, 40 tierces Carolina at 7?a8?c,
and 60 baga Patna at 7?a7?c.
WILMINGTON. November 12.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-Sales of 16 caskB at67c
aod io caskB at 67?c per gallon for Southern
ROSIN.-Sales of 120 bbia at $4 50 for pale and
$6 50 ror extra pale
UM?DK TURPENTINE-Has again adVMneed 10c
on yellow dip sud vlrsrln. Receipts and sales to?
day were soi bbis at $3 20Jfor hard and $5 26 for
yellow dip and vlrjnn. and 70 bbls at $3 26 for
hard and $5 eo for yellow dip and virgin.
nnTi?^ ?? ?J 82 bWa at *3 30 ?er bbl. Market
quiet and steady.
C0TTON.-Th? market waa very quiet and easy ? 1
?K?fJ?? TAY wuh transactions of only 10 bales 1
at I7?c for low middling. ?
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, November 13.
Koon.-CODBOIS 02. Fives ss)*'.
PARIS, November 18.
Evenlrg.-Rentes 62f 70c
Nsw TOKK, November 13.
Noon.-Freights steady, stocks strong. Gild
heavy at ia?. Honey light at l ia per day. Ex?
change, long 8?; short io?. Goveromenta firm
and steady. State bonds dall and heavy.
Evening.-Freights steady. Money closed at 7,
sold. Sterling doll and heavy at 8?a8?. Gold
I3?al8?. Governments advanced to nan?.
States dall, and slightly lover on Tennesstes and j
LIVERPOOL, November 13.
Noon.-Cotton opened qa let and steady; up?
lands B?d, Orleans lo?d.
Later.-Cotton stead) ; sales 10,000 bales; specu?
lation and export 2000.
Evening-jotton closed unchanged.
Nsw YORK, November 13.
Noon-ottonflrm; sales 1105 bales; uplands
19?c, Oreaos ivy, c.
Evening.-cotton closed Arm; uplands 19?c
Orleans io?c: sales 2387 bales; net receipts 800;
gross, 5417. sales futures 24.300: in November,
at 18 lM6al8?c;December, 18916al8 n-iec; Feb
roary, i-?ais 15-iec; March, 181616al9?c;April,
19?al9 5-16c; May, 19 616al9?c.
BOSTON, November 18.
Cotton-no market; stock 3 oo bales.
PHILADELPHIA, November 13.
Cotton firm; middlings 10?c
BALTIMORE, November 13.
Cotton Arm; middlings 18?c; gross receipts
1201 bales; exports io Great Britain 484; coastwise
es; sales 637; stock 4987.
NORFOLK, November 13.
Co: ton Arm; low middlings I7?al7Xc; net re?
ceipt s 2S40 ba:es; exports coastwUe 228; sales 300; I
stock 12 880.
WILMINGTON. November 13.
Cotton firm; middling )8?c; net receipts 850 j
bales; exports coastwise 07; sales 196; stock 3138 j
SAVANNAH, November 13.
Cotton Arm and in good demand at l8?o; net I
receipts 3337; bales; exports to Great Britain 1920;
to thee r.tlnent 860; coastwise 2788; salea 281; |
AUGUSTA, November 13.
Cotton Arm and bx good demand; middling 17?
al7?c; net receipts 14 3 bales; sales 1082.
MEMPHIS, November 13.
Cotton Armer; middlings I8al8?c; receipts 163 j
bales ; shipments 2883 ; stock 26,637.
MOBILE, November 12.
Cotton firm and advanced ; good ordinary 17?c, ,
low middlings I7?c, middlings l8?c; net re?
ceipts 1406 bales; exports coastwise 52*; sales I ooo;
NEW ORLEANS. November 18.
Cotton in good demand and stronger; good or?
dinary i"?c, low middlings 18c, middlings 18?c;
net receipts 2948 bales; gross 3693; sales to-day
1000; last evening 4000; stock 121.699.
GALVESTON, November 13.
Cotton steady; good ordinary 10al6?c; net re-1
celpts Kia bales; exports continent 460; coastwise
8170; sales to-day 760; last night, rature delivery,
2100; stock 44,930.
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, November 13.
Evening.-Breadst uflsduU. Tallow 40s.
LONDON, November is.
Sugar afloat, 28s edam
NEW TORE, November 13.
Noon.-Flour steady. Wbeat a shade Armer.
Corn very Arm. Pork dall at $16 76al8 Lard
unchanged; steam 8?a8?. Turpentine quiet at |
62c. hos 1 n qui it at $4)36m 40.
Evening.-Pion- rather more active and un?
changed. Whiskey doll and lower at 9&?a96?c.
Wheat a shade Armor, with less doing; winter red
Western $l 68al 63. Corn not so active, but en
changed, owing to a scarcity of freight room,,
which checks export demand for grain. Rice I
quiet at 7?a8?. Pork dull at 15 87al6. Lard 8? ?
as j; c. Navals and tallow quiet.
BALTIMORE, November is.
Flour quiet" and unchanged. Wheat quiet and
unchanged. Corn steady. Mess pork scarce at
$ie 6oal7. Shouldeis 7c. Lard Arm at 8?c.
Whiskey higher at 06c.
WILMINGTON, November 13.
Spirits turpentine Arm at 67c Rosin firm at i
$3 60 for si rained, crude turpentine steady at j
$3 26 for hard, $6 25 for yellow dip and virgin.
Tar steady at $3 30.
CINCINNATI, November 13.
Flour quiet, $7a7 76. Corn stead?, old 42a43c;
new 87a88. Pork nominally $14. Lard steady ; J
kettle 7? os the spot, and generally held higher
Bacon Arm; shoulders nominally 6?; clear rib J
aides io?; clear sides 10?. Whiskey Arm at 91.
Trade ls seriously Interfered with by tbe prevail?
ing epizootic, and lt ls dltnoalt to-day to deliver j
goods except at exorbitant rates.
ST. LOUIS. November 13.
Floor dull and unchanged. Corn ta good de?
mand on ttatsai orders; No. 2 mixed 82?c on
east Bide track. Whiskey steady at soc Fork
lower; small lots sold at $16 76al6. Bacon doll,
with a small business in bulk meats; shoulders I
6?c; clear sloes ll?all? cash. Lard quiet;
LOUISVILLE, November 18.
Tobacco stiffer, with sales of 45 hhds. Flour In
fair demand; extra family $6 25. Corn In fair de
ra an d ; oi l mixed 46c; white 47 on arrival; sales of
ear from store, sacsed and delivered, at 53c. Pro- [
visions in improved demand and steady. Pork,
new mess Belling at $14. Lard 8?a9?. Whiskey
steady at Ole __
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW TORC November 12.
The Dally Bulletin Bays: Receipts to-day 4230
bbl? rodn and 308 bbls spirits turpentine. Spirits
have ruled very quiet to-day, and prices show a
trifle reduction. There was a rumor on 'Change
of quite a heavy movement late last Saturday
embracing 600 or 1000 bbls, supposed to be at
about 62?c. Sales to-day 60 bbls, a very choice
brand, at 63?c; but Block was fairly offered at
62?c with 62c bid. Rosin ls also very dall, aod
we only hear of 120 bbls strained at $4 40. Tar
and pitch unchanged.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ROOK HILL. November ll.
For the week under review the downward ten?
dency noted in last report has continued, and to?
day we cannot quote middling above 16?al7c.
Sales of the week 297 ba.es ; a marked falling off
from last week owing to corn gathering and In
ORANGBBUBG, November 18.
The market ls falling orr; middling closing at
WiNNSBono'. November 12.
For the past week 353 bales of cotton have been
seid in this market at ie?a
Mew HERR v, October 29.
Cotton ls quoted at 17?c. ,
MACON, November ll.
The market was quiet all day, and closed at nc
for Liverpool middlings, with a lair demand at I
that price. The receipts to-day were 690 bales:
shipments 4ll; sales 477.
COLUMBUS, November ll.
Market dull; nothing doing; low middlings 17c
Sales 62 bales; receipts 390; shipments 166.
MONTGOMERY, November ll.
Market entirely nominal to-day; ordinary 16c;
good ordinary ie?c;' strict good ordinary ie?c;
low middling l7?c; midding n?c.
Receipts per Railroad, November ?.3.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1799 bales cotton, 93 bales goods, 105casks clay
To Railroad Agent, ON Huoert A co, PO Tren
holm, G H Walter A co, G W Williams A co, Pel
zer. Rogers A co, W 0 Courtney A co, Kinsman A
Howell, Bloan A Selgolons, D F H emin tr A co A
B Mulligan, W W Smith, A J Salinas, W B smith
A co, R o Sharp, Pringle A Son, W O Bee A Co A
S fcmtth, W K Ryan, W P Dowling, Crawley A De
hon, Murdaugh A Weekley, E H Frost A co, L D
DeSausaure, witto Bros.
N0VKMB SR 18.
1802 bales cotton, 28 bales good, loo bbls nour
7 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, J U W uhr man
A co, Jeffords A co, B O'Neill, Bodman Bros H
Bischoff A co, H Bulwinkle, W II Jones A co' H
Cobla A co, CN Hubert, Street Bros A co, o' W
Williams A co, Pelzer. Rodgers & co, Kinsman A
Howell, Sloan A geignions, G H Waiter A co R
Hure A co, A J Salinas, Pringle A Son, Wo Bee
A co, WIBB A co, A S Smith, A B Monigan, W B
Williams A Son. E H Frost A co. Caldwell A Son
Crawley A Dehon, Counts A Wroron, Reeder ?
Davis, W A Boyle, Murdaugh A Weekley W K
Ryan, Mowry A Son, Witte Bros, W p Dowiinz w
889 bales upland and u bags sea island cotton
13 bois spirits turpentine, 29 bbls rosin, cara lam?
ber, mdse. Ac To Frost A Co, W K Ryao, A J
Salinas, G H Walter A co. T P Smith, A S Smith
Mowry A Son, caldwell A Son. G w Williams A
co, W C Courtenay A co, w c Bee A co, Barden A
Parker, Trenholm A Son, Whllden A Jones. Pel?
zer, Rodgers A co, Murdaugh A Weekley, Witte
Bros, Ravenel A co, Reeder A Davis, H Blachrfl A
co. J E Adger A co, Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co
Kinsman A Howell, W c Dukes A co, Ingraham A'
Son, Quackenbush, Estlll A co, W P Dowling Ji
Wiley <t co, Gaillard A Mino?. Howard A Bro T
Mltcnell. J H W?hrmann, S D Stoney, E Wei Ibu
Order, Railroad Agent, aBd others.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
63 bugs sea Island and 85 bales upland cotton
24 bbls spirits turpentine, ; o bois rosin, cars rough
rice, lamber, live stock, mdse, Ac. To Gaillard
A Mi nott. Stoney A Lowndes, H Smith, W A
Boyle, Whllden A Jones, Kinsman A Howell, Wm
Gurney, W P Dowling, Crawley A Dehon, Reeder
A Davis, Mowry A Eton, Muidaugh A Weekley
Pelzer. Rodgers A co, W C Bee & co. F D C
Kracke, D McPherson, PlDckney Bros, T P smith
New Moon, lat. 12 hours, o minutes, morninr
first Quarter, 7th, io hours, 82 minutes, evenin?
Pull Moon. 14th. ll tiourB, 49 mlnutes/evenln*
l.aat Quarter, 23d, 12 hourB, 26 minutes, morning
New Moon. 30th, l hours, 16 minutes, evening.
*> * & WATER.
Fer steamer City Point from Pal at ka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs T A
Wallace, J W Westcott., vire and 2 children, Oolo
nol Jobn Mc Rao, Mr Gora lorant, O Vosa, J H Black.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from savannati via Bean
fort-Wm Harrison, A v Kanapaax, R P Barry,
Esq, Captain Bookley, Captain Earley, and 4 on
Per steamer ll S Alli mn. from Edlsto, Enter?
prise. Rockville and Woy Landings-Mrs T Hop?
kinson, Master J HopklDBon, F Hopkinson, Mrs C
Balley and child, Mrs o r Balley, Wm Beckett, Dr
j u Losnykyn, N Riven, F W Whllden, W B Jen?
kins. W H W uray and cmid.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.NOVEMBER 14, 1872.
Lat 80 deg 46 min 33 sec. j Loo 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Br bark Stormy Pet rel, Dick, St Thomas, W I,
via Tybee Roads-12 naya Ballast. To Henry
Sehr A F ?mea, Acborn, Baltimore-4 days
Corn acd mdze. To Street Bros * co, W O Bee ?
co, O F Winters, J T?ompson A co, J P Byrnes,
Brown A Holmes, Mr Mitchell, O L ustenriorrr A
co J A Graver A Bro, Knobelocn A Small, P Wi ne?
nian A co, H Bischoff A co, M Larca, ? H Meiling,
J Uampsen A co, Bellman Bros, Howie, Moise *
Davis, Wagner 4 co, C Lllllentnai 4 co, Wageuer
A Montees, H K lat te 4 co, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker, Hart A co. R sf. Butler A sou, Quacsen
buili. ? sun A co, Balli oad Agent, W H cnafee A
co, W T Rice, Holmea ft calder, J W Leeden Bur
melster A Zer?Bt, W ll Jones A co, J H Graver,
order, and otners.
Steamer City Point. McMillan, Palitka, via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and favannah. 106
balea cotton, 60 pkgs fruit, 24 ca.-ks rice, 3 boxea
scales, 3 pkgs m> se. To Bavenel 4 co, Witte
Broa, stoney * Lowndea, J A J D Kirkpatrick, S
u Ea&terby, G W Willh.ms A co, Fluckney Bros, G
H lograbam A Son, W3 Williams A Son, Fraser 4
Dill, Johnston, Orews fc co, W F Price. W M Bird
4 co, D Tslmage'a Sons, J M Salvo, J A Enslow A
co, J F O'Neill, H Klatta A co, J E Hunt, A o stone,
P B Lalane A co.i
Steamer Pilot Boy. J J Flynn, Savannah via
Beaufort 62 bales tei Island cotton. 160 bags cot?
ton seed, mdse, Ac. To Bavenel, Holmes A co.
Singer, Manufacturlnf Company, Pelzer, Rodgers
4 co. S Werner, G W Williams A co, Bavenel a oo,
T P Smith, J Hauckel. D McPherson, W O Bei 4
co, Mrs M A Snowden, E tdwards, Sarah Mills,
Stoli, Webb A co, J F ?aylor A co, BoUmann Bros,
M Mest. J Oampaen A co, J Oolcock 4 Co. ? Dunn,
W A Courtenay. _., - .
Steamer M S Alllaot, Toglio, Edlsto. Enterprise,
Bockville and Way La ndln ga. 80 bags sea Island
cotton, mdse and aundrlea. To Douglas Nea ol t,
Fraser A Dill, Witte 3ros, H Wagener, J Coicock
A co. G W Williams A co, L D Mowry A Son, Sto?
ney A Lowndea, Inmaham A son, IP Smith, W
o Bee ft co, W K Byan, W A Boyle, M McGorty,
and others. ' _
sehr Etlwan, Prince, from Ogechee, Ga 4ioo
bushels rou<h rice. To W O Bee 4 co.
Sehr Sarah Webb, Pigott, from Back River. 2000
bushels rough rice, TO Jas R Pringle 4 son.
Sloop R E Lee,-, from Santee. 1007 bash
els rough rice. To E J Frost 4 co.
Boat from Christ Ohnroh. 6 bags sea island
cotton. To Wm Gurney.
Sehr E M Finney, Colwell, Boston. Ballast. To
Ship Nautilus, Anderson, Havre-O N Hubert A
Br bark Tiber. Lewis, Liverpool-Henry Card.
Brig Edltb Hall, Oliver, Baltimore-street Brea j
Sour Monadnock, Hammond, Port Boyal, S O, to
load tor New York-J A Enalow A co.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York,
November 18. _ ,
steamship South carolina, Beckett, at New
York, November io.
DP FOB THIS PORT.
Sehr A Heaton, Rogers, at New York, Novem?
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPB.
NBW YORK, November 13.
Arrived Montgomery, champion, canada Ocean
ca. WlFconsln, OlympuB, Russia, Thnrglo and San
Jacinto. . ' _. .
Arrived out City of Montreal and Washington.
The sehr Old Chad, McOiintook, for this port,
waa at Baracoa November 1.
LIST OF VESSELS
BP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT,
F o RIBTO N. ^
Br bark Fine de l'A lr, Jones, sailed.Oct 4
The Onward, Balev&rd, np.Oct 16 j
The Mary Jane, Joues, sailed.Sept 26
Toe Emma, Pender, sailed.Sept io
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, sailed-.Sept 16 j
German bark Neptune, Ploghoft, up.Oct 1
The Freihandel, Wt.chter, sailed.Oct 1
Tho Augusta, Onderberg, sailed.Oct 6
Bark Helios, Holm,sailed.Sept .6
Span bark Providencia -? sailed.Oct 16
Swedish brig Ann i, Jansen, ?ailed.Sept 6
The Santander, Mites, cleared.Oct 4
BarkSapho, wilbur, np.oct u
Sehr A Heaton, Bogers, up.Nov 6
Sehr Myrover, Brown, up.Nov 2
sehr Wm Howe, Young, cleared.Oct so
Sehr E s Olldersie;vii, charter, np.Oct no
Sehr Albert Tbomits, Rose, cleared.Nov 2
Sehr L S Davis, Bun ip. cleared. .Oct 31
Steamship Mercedlta, Marsbman, up.Nov 6
Bark Waiter, Berry, ap.Oct 80
Sehr Emma D Mn oe y, Elwell, cleared.Nov 2
sehr Mary E Long, Hardy, cleared.Nov 7
? Ul I, ADULFO I A.
Sehr H williams, Williams, up.Nov 1
Sehr L O HecRman, Robinson, cleared.Oot lg
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, np.Nov 1
Sehr Lewis Ehrmann, Fooks, np.Nov 1
Sehr Sue Cummings, Lyon.Sept is
Sehr Irene E Mesuervey, Wall, sailed.Nov 2
?rano |)ri?e Distribnt.on.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
8500,000 N BANK TO PAY ALL
A FULL DRAWING IN SIQHT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10
At the Second Grand Gift Concert, authorized
by special act o r the Legislature, in ala of the
Public Library of Kentucky, unavoidably post
poned from september 28 to December 7. and
which positively and unequivocally occurs in
Loulsvl le, Ky., Saihrday, December 7, 1872, with
our. further delay on any account whatever, the
following Cash Gifts are for distribution by lot
among the ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH. i 160 OOO
ONE GRAND GIFT.'...t^VTV^/.V"T
l Cash Girt.$26,0001 4 cash Gifts....$2?ooo
1 Cash Gift.?20,000 16 Cash Gilts_$] ooo
} cash Gift.$16,000 20 Cash Girta.... $900
J Cash Sf?.H0.000 ?ash Gifts.... $800
?^?SH6.*9000 26 cash Giru.... $700
} SaBf} SS!. l8>??? 36 Cash Girts.... $600
1 Cash Gilt. $7,000 46 Cash Gifts.... $600
?^Si?1.$6,000 60oaau Gifts.... $ioo
.$6,0001 eoojah outs.... $300
} Si2. I*-000 I 100 Caah Gifts.... J200
i SK* SS -Xii" *80001 812 Ca?& Ql?s.... $ loo
Total-1000 Gif ta, all Gash....$600*000
The money to yay all theae GHta ls now upon
deposit, and set apart for that purpose, in the
Farmers' and Drovera' Bank, aa win be asen by
the following certificate of the Cashier:
FARIIBBS' AND BRO YB BS' BANE, \
LOUISVILLE, RT., September 2a, 1872. )
This is to certify that there ta now on deposit
In thia ban? over Half a Million of Donara to
the credit of tho Girt Concert Fund, $6C0,ouo of
which ls held ty this bank as Treasurer of the
Public Library of Kentucky to pay off all Gina
to be awarded at the drawing.
R. S. VEECH, Cashier.
Price of Tickets.
Whole Tickets, $10; Halves, $5; Qoartera, $2 so;
ll Whole Tickets for $100; 23 for $*66; 66 for $600;
113 for $1000; ?86 for $2600 ; 676 for $6000. No
discount on lest- than $100 worth of tickets at a
The drawing will positively and unequivocally
take place December 7. Ageni s are peremptorily
required to clost sales and make returns Novem?
ber 25, lu order to give ample time for th J floal
arrangements. Ordera for Tickets or applications
for Circulars should be addressed to
Gov. THOMAS E. BRAMLETTE,
Agent Public library of Kentucky, Louisville,
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
OHABijtsTON, a. c., september 27, 1872.
?5 a,iLa ARTER SUNDAY, septemoer 2?, the Pes?
ien ger Trains on the South Oarollna Railroad wih
ron aa roUows:
[leave Oharieston. . an A M
trrive at Columbia..'.*""."*' ?20 p S
[*ave Obarleston. a." . w
arrive at Augusta.*t S
[leave Columbia. ... ."
arrive ot Charleston..lia i
Leave Augusta."* j?%i \ *
Arrive at Charleston.' Y?L * ?
COLUMBIA NIGHT HXPKX88.
Leave Charleston.;. 710 r v
Arrive at Columbia.e'ao A M
Ltavo Oolumbla.7>60 ? *
Arrive ac Obarleston. 6 46 A w
AUGUSTA NIGHT KXPBX85.
(Sundays excepted.) . .
Leave Charleston.8.30 p M
Arrive at Angosta.7.35 A M
Leave Augusta.M. 0.16 p ie.
Arrive at Charleston.?... e.to A H
Leave Summervale at.7.26 A M
Arrive at Charleston.-.... 8.40 A H
Leave Charleston. 8,25 p M
Arrive at summerville.4.40 p H
Leave Cimden.....7.20 A M
Arrive at Columbia.11.66 A II
Leave columbia.2.10 p H
Arrive at Camden.e.66 r M
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusts Railroad, Centra) Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. Thia la the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, cincinnati, Obicago,
St. Louis and all other points West and Northwest.
Oolumbla Night Train connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad ; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road.
Through tickets on Bale via this route to all
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex
cept sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Colombia.
A. L. TYLER, Ylce-Prcsldent.
S. B. PICKERS. G. T. A. _ Sep27
AY ANN AH AND CHARLESTON
OHABLXSTON, June 13, 1872.
On and after MONDAY-, June I7tb, the Pas
songer Trains on thia Road will mn as follows:
Leave Charleston dally.&80 P. H.
Arrive at Havannah dally.0.46 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.v.U.80 P.M.
arrive at Charleston daily.- TA; M.
. DAT THAIN.
Leave Charleston, Sundays excepted.. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive at savannah, Sundays excepted. &J30 P. M .
Leave Savannah, sundays excepted... HA?.
Arrive at Charleston, SnadayB exe'ted. 8.60 P. M.
Passengers from charleston by 7.40 A. M train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for aU stations OB that Road, (Sundays excepted )
Freight forwarded daily on through buls of lad?
ing to points in Florida and by-Savannah una of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and pointa on Port Royal
ttaliroad and at as low rates as by any other line.
Tickets on sale at this office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. O. s. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendant
s. O. BOYLSTON. Gonn Ft. and Ticket Agent.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
OHABLB8T?N, 8. O., June 8, 1872.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally at 10.16 A M
and 8.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 6.00 A M. (Mondays ox
cop ted) and 8 P. M.
Train does not leave Obarleston 8.00 P. M., SUN?
Train leaving 10.ie A. M. makes through connec?
tion to New York, via Blohmond and Acquis
Crook only, going through In 44 hours.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P. M. Train have
choice or route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY lu Bal
tlmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN.
DAY in Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other points
West and No-thwest, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
b. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLEAPOE, Gen. Ticket Agent, mayal
ISraas and ffle?inrua.
r GUYOTS TAR ~"
CONCENTRATED PROOF LIQUEUR
Mr Guyot has succeeded in depriving tar
of its insupportable sourness and bitterness,
and in rendering it very soluble. Profiting
! >y this happy discovery, he prepares a con?
centrated liqueur of tar, which in a small
volume contains a large proportion of the
Guyot a tar possesses all the advantages of
ordinary tar-water without any of its draw?
backs A glass of excellent tar-water without
any disagreeable taste may be instantaneously
obtained by pouring a teaspoonful into a
glass of waler.
Any one can thus prepare his glass of tar
water at thc moment he requires it, thus
economizing time, facilitating carriage and
obviating the disagreeable necessity of hand?
Guyot s tar replaces advantageously se?
veral more or less inactive ptisans in the
treatment of colds, bronchitis, coughs, and
Guyot s tar is employed with the greatest
success in the following diseases :
AS A DRAUGHT. - A teasponfal in a glass
of water, or two tablespoonfuls in a bottle.
CATARRH OF THE BLADDER
IRRITATION OF THE CHEST
DISEASES OF THE THROAT
AS A LOTION. - Pure or diluted with a
AFFECTIONS OF THE SKIN
DISEASES OF THE SCALP
Guyot s tar has been tried with the
greatest success in the principal hospitals of
France, Belgium, and Spain. Experience has
proved it to be the most hygien'e drink in
lime of epidemics.
Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
Depol ia Paris, L. FRERE, 19, rn Jacob.
i Agents In Charleston, DOW1E, MOISE A 1
I DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. " A
JpiTY THE TENDER BABE!
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrup. A certain popular article of this
name has launched thousands of helpless Inno?
cents into an early grave. ThlB ha? beea proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt,
for which repjon ltla condemned by the majority
Seeing thenecesalty for an article of this sort,
entirely free from oplat's, and other Injurious
drugs, Dr. Baer haa put up the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL,
for the use of Infants Teething, and for children
suffering from diarrhoea, dysentery, Ac Thia
may be given with perfect confidence, and Is ap?
proved by every physician who bas examined the
formula. Price 26 cents per bottle; Ave bottles
Usual Discount to the Trade.
Manufactured and for Bale by
DR. H. BAER,
No. 131 Meei lng street. Charleston.
My assortment of SYRINGES ls unusually large.
I am Agent mr the sale of the FOUNTAIN
SYRINGE, unquestionably the best of all Syringes,
especially for self use. It ls simple, efficient, easy
to manage, and cannot get out of order. One will
last a lifetime. Our best physicians recommend IL
I also have a foll stock or Mattson's, Davidson's
md other Bulb Syringes; also Glass and Hard
Rubber Syringes, and the HYPODERMIC SYR?
INGE. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist,
No. 131 Meeting street.
SAGE'S CATARRH REMEDY,
DR. PIERCE'S NASAL DOUOHE
DR. PIERCE'S GOLDEN MEDICAL DISCOVERY.
DeBlng'a Pile Remedy
DeBIng's Via Fugas
Dr. lion-lord's Acid Phosphates
Wuber'a God ll ver OU and Lime.
For aale by DR. H. BAER,
No. 181 Meeting street. ,?
Ilapatch. app? toer ???o engaged, irAFBfl
3N TH UBS DAY, 14TH NOVEMBER, AT
5 O'CLOCK P. M.
SEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
_T*jeSplenrtld Nsw Iron Sldewbeel steamship
GEORQiAjHoime Commander, will gall for New
York on THURSDAY, 14m November, ac 6 o'clock
P.M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves. -
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and the
New England clues as usnaL ?7*-? ? '
MW Insurance by steamers or tola line x per
Cent. * .- : " V;;
For Freight or Passage engagements, navlnz
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations in?
ply to WAGNER, BUGER A CO., No. - 2? ?road
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No". 1 Union
Wharves._ . . : .norfi: ?
PHILADELPHIA ?EON STEAM
? LUTE. *. ' ,'J ;.-/t?U: u-^SSS?il
THE FIRST-CLASS IROS SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley, . j
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter', *
Are now regularly ba toe Line, Insuring V Anti j.-Vv^'
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and in alllaoce witt RaUroa-i Oompa- ?
nies at both termini, afford rapid rransoortattorl
to and from au points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, 8t. um^CmcagoaadAhe s
principal cities of the North vest, Bostoa. Pron, '
dence and the Eastern Majiof/iotaringOeatrei^. ? i
MW The VIRGINIA la appointed to sall from . 1
Brown's Wharf on FELD AT, November ?th, at 8 "
o'clock P M. . ' ~Y ???
MW The GULF STREAM W?1 foHow Belt week. r
For particulars or Freight, arrangeai**???
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Dnion WhirST
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Axesta, No?U
South Delaware Avenue, Phuadglphla. y.notjtt.?t ,
P OR BAL TI M ?' B Hi
FREIGHTS BECKI VZD DAILY, AND THROUGH^
BILLS LADING ISSUED ? f J. ^ ?p
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON, . /
AND THE CITIES OF' THE HOBT31W18T>*
The line steamship FALCON, J.-F. Hay a le;
Oom mander, wui sall for Baltimore, osV^FxxlAYf ~$S?
lath November, at4o'clock P.:NU .'...'- '..'? ;.r-,,-i.
MW Philadelphia Freishta forwarded to ?fcat
city by railroad from Baltimore without ad dir
tiona! insurance, and Consignees' aro. aXowed,
ample time to sample and sell their Goods croat 3*
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. 'L,
For Freight or Pasaage apply to, 1
PAULO. TRRNHOLM, Agent,
novll 5_No. .a Union Wharves, ' . :
QHANGE OF SAITJNCr DA?S. ] M
INCREASED SERVICE.. ^ ; '. M
PACIFIC HALL STEAMSHIP COMPARTS
THROUGH LINE TO - ' A H - ?
CALIFORNIA CHINA . AND JAPAN. , *
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. .".*'. ' ^
Steamers or the above line leave Yt?\djtMtLJ^ -
No. 42, North River, root of Canal stree t,?ssK f.
New York, at 13 o'clock noon, of thelDmTlEn; "
and 30th of every month, except whenttosiejnwM
rail on sunday, then the Baturday preoedlfl?. '
All departures connect at Panama witoateam
era for South Paclflo and Central American ports* ~;M
For Japan and China, Steamers leave San irrath
claco first of every month, except when lt faBioa\
Su n d ay-then on the dey preceding. ? .
No California Steamers touch at Havana,bot
go direct from Kew York to Aspinwau. : - '
One hundred rwanda baggage free to each adult;
Medi?me and attendance free. .'. ?
For Pasaage Tickets or other lnforniation, *PI& v .-v..
at the COMPANY'n TICKET OFFICE, on the
Whare foot of Canal streut? North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent. r
augio-lyr_ ._ - '?>' ..
LIVBBPOOIi, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED BT ATES MALLS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WEHtaRl '
wm dispatch one of their first-class, fun pow?
iron screw steamships from w . -,? "? j ? ?;
PEER NO. 49 N. R., EVERT WEDNESDAY, :'? ~.??
Cabin Paasaao $80, gold.- ' .'?*.<-1
Steerage Passage (Office No.? Broadway)'IP*! SS
NO.68 WillStnetjH.T.-, . #
H. B.-Throngh Bills Lading to Liverpool lasnad g
oy tn e Charleston an* New York Steamer?, whick. ?
make close connection with tie above un*, f : - ?
WAGNER, HUGER A 00?, ^
ma.,8 or WM. A. OOURTENAY. ? SB
OB ? L O' B I DC A",*
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid Side-wheel steamer . >?
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Coxetter,?aEBHC
CITY POINT, Captain George E. MoUillso, SS
leavo Charleston every TUKSDAY and .FBIDAT
EVXNTNOS, at s o'clock, for SAVANNAH, ns? 5
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, PALATKA, AMD 4
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S BAYE?L _
Returning, DICTATOR wlU leave PALATKA FSn^flV
DAT MORNING, and SAVANNAH SUHDATMOXVINO, WP>.
arriving here SONDAT AnXKNOOH.
CITY POINT win leave PALATKA MONDAT
MORNING, and SAVANNAH WXDNXSDAT MOXN
INO, arriving here WXDNXSOAY AXTBBSOOK ?. .?<
Oennectlon la made at Fernandina wfth. Ban-- \$i
road for New Orleans and Havana, v?Toedar S .-?
Kera; at Jacksonville with Stesmor STARLIGHT
for Mellon ville, Enterprise and Upper St. lonni
I River; at Tocol with Railroad for st. Angus- - .
' tine; and at Pala:ta with Steamers for theOck
lawaha River. . .
AU Freight for Way Landings must be presald ? ?
on wharf. ..'5* *^
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to *
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's Wharf and EastBay.
EEGULAR LLNE FOB GEORGETOWN, %
FROM SODTH COMMEROLAL WHARF. 3
Time Table of Steamer EMILIE, I ijp?w
Captain c. c. White, fm November,?QH!
LEA Va CHARLESTON. I LEAVE OKORO ITO WN.
MONDAY, NOV 4, 7 A M WBDNES'Y, NOV O, 6 AV
FBIDAY, NOV 8. 7 A M MONDAY, NOVILOAM
WBDNES'Y, NOV 18, 7 A M FBIDAY, NOV 16, 6 A K
MONDAY, NOV 13, 7 A M WBDNEST.NOV SO, 6 A M
FRIDAY, NOV 22, 7 A M MONDAY, NOV 26, 5 AM S
WBDNES'Y, NOV 27, 7 A M FBIDAY, NOV ?. 6 A X ^ ^
TOUCHING AT SOOTH ISLAND. WAVERLY, M
KE1THFIELD AND WEYMOUTH MILLS
&g- Freight received day before salli o g.
AU Freight and wharfage must be pepald.
No Freight received after sunset.
Duplicate receipts required with all shipments.
For Freight or Passage apply on board Or to
SHACKELFORD * KEiiLY, 'Agents,
North Atlantic Wharf, Charleston, S. a
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown, 8. 0.
oct7-tntb?3mos - <
BEEF, WINE AND 1B0H> ,!
BEEF, WINE, IRON AND CINCHONA. .
These elegant and excellent stimulating Tonics
are now getting Into general use, especially in
cases of delicate females and childi em They may
be had o? - DB.JBVBAM,
No. 181 Meeting street.
A full stock of Elixirs, and all the'Other new
Pharmaceutical Preparations always xept on
Bicarbonate of Soda -
Cream of Tartar
Alcohol, ss per cent4;
Ac, Ac, Ac '
it tAwnat market rates. By
At lowescmi? BAEU, Na lil Meeting street.