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' - THERMOMETRICAL,
The range of the thermometer yesterday at
the drug store of Dc. Joseph Blackman, on
the BO ut h side ot Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 49; 10 A. M., 63; 12 M., 56; 2 P. M., 66'
AP. M., 55; 6 P. M., 63; 8 P. M., 60.
- ' RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.
Itemi or IntereitHfrom [thc Churche
Trie Service? To-Morrow.
Bishop Howe ls annouaced to preach to?
morrow afternoon in the Protestant Episcopal
Church at Pineville.
The First Baptist Church will be open for
Dlvioe service to-morrow at 10.30 A. H. and 7
P.M. The seats are free, and strangers are
cordially Invited to attend.
Tue pulpit at the Orphan's Chapel will be
filled to-morrow afternoon by the Bev. J. A.
Cnambllss, pastor ol the Citadel Square Bap?
tist Church. The services will begin at 3.30
There will be no services lu the Glebe street
Presbyterian Church In consequence of the
absence ol the pastor, Bev. J. L. Girard eau,
D. D., who ls in attendance upon-the Presby?
terian Synod m Columbia. The Sunday-school
will, however, bo held as usual.
* The services O? Corist Church, on Rutledge
avenue, jost -above Line street, will be held
he real ter In the morning instead of the after?
noon. There will be morning prayer tomor
at 10.30 A. M., with a sermon by the Bev.
Green, rector, and. Sunday-echo?1
At the Citadel Square Baptist Church there
will he preaching by th? Bev. J. A. Gbambtlss,
pastor, afc 10.30 A. M. aad 7.16 P. M. Stran?
gers visiting th* city are cordially Invited to
. attend, andra committee will be found ai the.
door to provide acate. The Sunday-school
will commence aa usual at S A. M.
.'.The semi-annual-celebration of the Sunday
school - connected with the .Bethel M. E.
Church, wo lc h was postponed bom last Sun*,
day on aocouat.cft?e weather, will be held
to-merrow evening, co m me ucla g at 7 o'clock.
Addresses will be delivered by Professor
F.; ^.-Capers and several of the scholars.
Th3 f*rc?bytrrlar> Synod.
The principal proceedings at the opening of
fha annual meeting of this body in Columbia
have already been reported by telegraph lo
THE Maws. .Tue following are the standing
Bills and Overtures-Bev. H. B. Dickson,
Bev. J. B. Blley, W. L. T. Prince.
Judiciary-Bev. E. T. Buist, D. D., Bev. D.
McQueen, D. D., James Hempblll.
UurraUve-Bev. J. D. A. Brown. Bev. A. P.
?Hlcmjlsom; J".^.'Workman. -*' ' - * -*
Thee logical Seminary-Bev. P. Pierson, Bev.
J. L. Wilson, James B. Cunningham.
Finance-A. B. Towers, A. F. Censar, James
Presbyterian Church-Bethel-Bev. w. A.
Gregg, Bev. F. L. Leper, J. A. Leland,
Charleston; Bev. E. H. Buist, Bev. J. S.
Tonn?, H. M. iBank?, South- Carolina; Bev.
"TrTWT"Milled Bevr A. A: James, Dr. W. H.
Wyman. Harmony; Kev. J. H. Saje, Bev. P.
Gowan, B. 8. Finney.
Mimita?, of General Assembly-Bev. W. 8.
Plomer, D. D., Bev. 8. L. Watson, J. M. Bal?
? -Devotional Exercises-Bev. Geo. Howe, D.
- D'J, Bev; J. G. Richards, A. Crawford. .
Leavfl of Absence-Bev. J. B. Dow, Bev.
James Douglass, Carner Randall.
Davidson College-Bev. J. L. Kennedy,
.?eT.'S.-'H; Bular; Bev. T. W. White, J. A. Le?
land, T. Stenhouse. j
loreign Missions-Bev. J. L. Girardeati, D.
D., Bev. HT Strong, Bev. J. 8. Balley, B. H.
Wa rd! aw, J. P. Davidson.
Domestic Missions-Bev. J. L. Martin, Bev.
l8vH. Hay, Bev. W. P. Jacobs, J. G. Lowry, J.
-Mayor Wagener ls confined to bis boose
by- an attack of rheumatism. Alderman
O'Neill ls acting Mayor for tbe present.
-The detectives last evening arrested Phil?
lp Harris for stealing fifty dollars.
-General J. Vogd?s and staff arrived In
this city last evening on tbe steamship
Charleston, from Nsw Tork. The general
wjj^jajt?y command of this post.
-A policeman "fired three shots last even?
ing on Boyce's wharf about half-past eight
o'clock at a thief who had filled a small bag
fe with cotton and attempted to carry lt oft The
bag ol cotton waa captured, but the thief es?
caped. "X' ?
-A gold watch, stolen from Mr. HolmeB's
residence, In Water street, on Tuesday last,
wai recovered yesterday by tbe detectives
from a white woman named F. Ellas. The de?
tectives also recovered, yesterday, a coat re?
cently stolen from Mr. Bun dre th. Both arti?
cles were returned to the owners. i
Jofe? Bottason'*' big sh?w arrived in tbe
city yesterday morning. In the forenoon
there was a grand pro ce esl on through the
principal streets. Tbe procession consisted ol
aa elegant trlnmpbal car, painted In gold and
scarlet, wblch contained a fine baud of music.
Next followed a phaeton of like color, driven
by a young girl dressed In the stars and
stripes, and drawn by fourteen 8hetland po?
nies. Then came a car, upen which stood a
royal Bengal tiger and bia keeper. Several
camels and a monster elephant brought up
.the rear. The. menagerie contains a large
and varied collection of animals, most of
which are finespeolmens. At the performance
last evening the big pavilion was Ulled to ita
? utmost capacity. The performances warean
really first-class. To-day a matinee will be
?given at two o'clock, and tba larc well per?
formance will take place in the evening.
Four or E3i3To, November H.
* 'TO THE EDITOR OF THE ?EWS.
.-. In justice to Hr. Samuel Dibble, whom I re*
gardedas the author of the article written
over the signature ol "Fair Play," published
in TBS NKWS of a recent date, I hereby with?
draw au remarks contained In my communi?
cation of the 6th inst., intended to apply to
him, as that gentleman informs me he is not
the author of the article referred to.
> " PAYSAN.
INQUEST.-An inquest was held yesterday at
No. 80 Line street over the body of a white
man named John Cotta, who died suddenly on
toe previous night, A verdict of death from
apoplexy waa. rendered. .
EUROPEAN CARGOES.-Mr. Henry Card clear?
ed yesterday the British ship Edith, for Liver?
pool, with 60 baga sea Island cotton and 2913
bales upland cotton. Also, by the same, the
Spanish bark Augusta Elsa, for Liverpool,
with 846 barrels spirits turpentine and 1872
barrels rosin. By Messrs. Lesesoe A Wella, the
British bark Freeman Dennis, for Amsterdam,
with 2825 bales upland cotton.
HECTOR GARONEB AGAIN IN LIMBO.-Tho no?
torious mulatto confidence operator and Jail
breaker, Hector Gardner, was again arrested
lest evening at the circus, by Detective Nipson
He bad la bis possession a large number of
complimentary tickets to the show, wtaloh he
had stolen from one ot the agents Just to keep
bis hand In. He also had an express receipt
which showed that be had shipped some of
the proceeds ol bis BldgevUle robbery, re
?sntly reported la Tax NEWS, to this city.
THE MCDOWELL BUTCHERY*
Trial or Cali*?mon?"iorHlia ?arder-A.
Sealtd Verdict Rendered.
The trial of the* negro Cain Simone for the
murder of John T. McDowell, Jr., on the
night of the 10th of last August, took place
In the Court of General SesslonB yesterday be?
fore Judge Graham. The State was repre?
sented; .by Mr, A, M. Mackey, acting tempo?
rarily as solicitor, and the prisoner, who ls a
large and powerful negro, with a most brutal
and repulsive appearance, was defended, at
the request of tbe court, by Mr. E. B. Sea?
brook. The jury was obtained, after a num-1
ber of challenges on behalf of the State, and
waa composed of three white and nine colored
men, as follows : J. H. Albers, white, foreman;
Francis Lee, colored; M. G. Camplin, colored;
James Lewis, colored; 0. Matthews, colored;
Edward jW. Lee, colored; Thomas D. Smalls,
colored; A. B. Mitchell, colored; S. C. Brown,
white; J. B. Wright, colored;E. J. Lacca
sagne, white; and H. J. M. King, colored.
The first wi mess called for the prosecution
was Dr. J. Somers Buist, who testified that he
had made a post-mortem examination of the
body ot John T. McDowell, on th? 11th of Au?
gust, and found six punctured wounds, two
upon ihef.n te rior portion of the thorax, and
four upon the back, any one of which- would
have been sufficient to produce death. ;
P. W. Washington, colored, testified that on
tho afternoon previous to the killing of Mc?
Dowell, be had been in a store at the oorner ol
Line and St. Phillp streets, where the pris?
oner had cursed the deceased in a most abu?
sive manner and without any apparent provo?
cation. The witness soon alter weat home,
and abont half an hour thereafter the deceased,
.who lived at the same place, came in. Cain
Simons, the prisoner, soon after came Into the
yard, and Julia Baxter, who occupied the kit?
chen, after some dispute over a puppy which
the prisoner had.taken from the yard and
had. not;. returned,- - ordered Mm out ot
the yard. Julia Baxter then went up BtalrB
Into the house where McDowell was, and
asked him to come down stairs and "put that
nigger out of the yard." McDowell came
down and auld to Simons, "Please go ont of
the yard." Simona said, "You damned
_, what have you got to do with the
j yard ?" McDowell asked whom he was ours
; lng, and, picking up a piece of wood, walked
j toward Simons and asked bim if be meant it.
Simons replied, ''Yes, you damned -
_, and at the same time put his hand la
his pocket and took ont ?knife. McDowell
asked Simons what be was going to do with
the knife, at the same time striking Simons
on the nose with bis fist. Simons In falling
cut McDowell on the hand, and MoDowell
struck Simons several times with-bis fist.
McDowell then went into the kitchen to get
his bat, Baying that lie was going ont to
get rid of the fuss.- Simons also went
into the kitchen and seized his gun, which
was standing there. McDowell came up,
took hold o? the gnu, and turned around to
see if it was loaded. At that moment Simons
stabbed McDowell In the right shoulder with
a knife he bad in his right hand. McDowell's
arm dropped, and the butt of the gan fell on
the floor. Both then had a tussel, and Mo,
Dowell throw Simons down. Simons, while
down, and while McDowell was on top of
bim, reached over and stabbed McDowell in
the back. Simons then got on top and stabbed
MoDowell again In the shoulder and once in
the back. Simons then caught McDowell by
the feet, pulled him out of the bouse, and
stabbed hire, three or four times more. Sim?
ons then turned toward the witness saying,
?You-, I will make it your last
end to-night;" and the witness Jumped
through a window and went for the police,
and when be returned McDowell was dead.
The testimony of this witness furnished sub?
stantially the whole story of the tragedy. The
other witnesses examined on behalf of the
prosecution were Miss Julia Baxter, Rachel
Gard Der, colored; William Dowell, J.Frank
Mason, Dr. B. F. Shier,-Lieutenant Wm. Webb
of the city police, J.-Bobert Lyons, and Eliza
Boblnson, cplored. The circumstances of the
killing were repeated by these witnesses, bat
no new or material facts were elicited.
The case was then summed up by Mr. Mackey
on behalf of the State, and Mr. Seabrook for
the defence, after which Judge Graham briefly
charged the Jury, saying that the case pre?
sented to them wu narrowed down to the
three propositions: as to the Inducement no
der which the prisoner Inflicted the fatal blows,
whether the act was done In self-defence, in
sadden.heut and passion, or ia malice. If
they should find that the killing had been done
In self-defence, they would retara a verdi ct of
cot guilty; If la sudden beat and passion, their
verdiot would be, guilty of manslaughter; and
If with malice aforethought, either expressed
or Implied, they would fled the prisoner guilty
The Jury retired at fifteen minutes past two,
and alter about one hour's consideration
brought in a sealed verdiot, which will be
opened at the assembling of the court this
t CITY I1?EROVE1U.RNT8. "
Widening King Street-The Work abont j
tb bc Commenced.
At the last meeting of the City Council, the
contract for removing several buildings on the
west side of King street, south of Clifford, was
awarded to Mr. Thomas Black ou a bid of
$-4850. Tba buildings to ba removed are four
fa number, as follows : a two-etory wooden
bulidiog with brick foundation?, on the south?
west corner of King and Clifford streets,
owned by Mr. C. D. Ahrenp, and occupied by
Mr. William Brookbaoks, dealer In gas-fixtures;
a two-story wooden building next south or the
above, owned by Mr. William J. McKinlay; and
two two-story brick buildings adi bluing the
latter on the south, owned by Mrs. Louisa Bel?
ier. The buildings are advanced six feet
farther on the sidewalk than the line ot the
other buildings, both above and below. The
lots ot Messrs. McKinlay and Ahrens do not
extend further to the rear than the end of the
buildings, and the latter oonld not therefore
be removed back. To obviate this difficulty,
the City Council has purchased a lot on Clifford
street immediately adjoining these lots to the
rear, and have presented the owners with the
required six feet. In undertaking the work
the Council agrees to pay the cost of removing
the buildings and restoring them to tenantable
condition. The work will be commenced as
soon as the contract has been signed by all
the parties concerned, which will probably be
some time during the coming week. This ls
a work that has long been needed, and its
completion will add a great deal to the con?
venience of the public and the appearance ol
THB IRISH BIIXB CLUB are making exten?
sive preparations for the presentation and ball
which is to come off at Hibernian Hall on the
evening of the 2d proximo, and the Indica?
tions are. that it will prove a handsome and
enjoyable affair. The stand of colors aud
markers, whloh are being prepared by a
I number of their lady friends for presentation
to the clnb, are described by the favored few
who have been allowed a sight of them as
being particularly artistic and elegant The
staff of each flag ls made of genuine Irish oak,
Imported for the purpose, and capped with
spears of palmetto wood. J
Ualted Statei District'Court.
The petition of Charles Madden ' and Daniel
E. Scannen for a decree ol involuntary bank?
ruptcy against the Greenville and Columbia
Railroad Company, which was submitted to
Judge Bryan last July alter elaborate argu?
ments on both sides, was dismissed. Mr. D.
T. Corbin, ol counsel tor the petitioners, gave
notice of an appeal to the Circuit Court, at the
November term, to be held by Judge Bond, at
Columbia, beginning on the 26th Instant.
The First National Bank and others were
temporarily enjoined from proceeding against
the assignees of I. 8. K. Bennett, bankrupt.
In the case of John Odom, bankrupt, the
Injunction granted on the petition of J. H.
Hudson to establish allen, was dissolved, and
the previous order for the distribution of the
funds by John A. McBae, assignee, was made
The report of Begistrar Clawson, in the case
of E. C. Cunningham, waa excepted to by the
attorney of John C. Seegers.
In the case of Burrill Sanders, bankrupt, W.
C. Bee A Co. were ordered to pay Joel Larrl
sey $301 24, half the proceeds of rough rice
shipped irom Dehon's place, on Ashepoo
Blver, on Joint account of the bankrupt and
United SUttes Commissioner.
Samuel Fraser, colored, was bound over,
yesterday, by Commissioner PurteouB for
trial at the January term of the United States
Court, on a charge of violating Internal reve?
Court of Common Pleas.
The.following named persons have been
summoned as petit Jurors for the December
term of the Court of Common Pleas, and are
ordered to attend on the first Monday, being the
second day of December: ?
J. B. Blessen, city; Boland A. Evans. Black
Oak; and Moulton Emory, city, white; Wm.
Days, James Island; Wm. Wright, city; E. C.
Tucker, city; T. Bennett, Goose Creek; Solo?
mon Cohen, St, Jam s Sttntee; L. Neu meyer,
city; Samuel Tyall, Santee; James Powerp,
olty; Thomas Howe, city; John Edwards,
Goose Creek; Wm. Truscott, city; Louis 8maii,
Goose Creek; SheberMiddleton, St. Stephen's;
Isaac Vanderborat, Christ Chnrch; B. Dosher,
city ; Pompey Collins, Stmwberrj ? "KP Free?
man, at. Stephen's; Antoni Bird, Upper St.
Johns; Abraham Thomas, John's Island; Alex.
Artople, city; Samuel Mears, city;Joseph Som
mers, St. AudrcW4?; James AtiOCk, Jehu's
Island; Daniel Brown, Goose Creek; B. La?
tham, Edlnto; Jonn Izard, city; B. A. Boone,
cliy; Adolphus De Powell, Bdlsto; 8. Brown,
Biggin's Church; and L. Washington, Goose
Greek, colored-three white, thirty three col?
Toney Williams, colored, drunk and disor?
derly, two dollars or ten days. Peter Johnson,
colored, lodged by a trial Justice, delivered to
-warrant. John Ponteau, colored, Bleating cot?
ton from Atlantic wharf, thirty days. Eliza?
beth Elliott, colored, drunk and disorderly,
two collara. William Levy, colored, riotous,
two dollars. Bichara Manlgault, colored, dis?
orderly and potting out lights at the Academy
of Music, five dollars or thirty days. Ed.
ward Murphy, drunk and disorderly, two dol?
lars or thirty days. Two goats, at large, one
dollar each. The store ot Messrs. J. E. Adger
A Co., on Meeting street, was found open by
Trial Justices' Courts.
Thomas Swinton, colored, was sentenced
yesterday by Trial Justice McKinlay to thirty
days lu Jail for striking Nat Nesbit on the
head with a large stick.
James Green and Abe Nelson, both colored,
were yesterday brought before Trial Justice
Levy ter assault and battery, and each fined
ene dollar, with an alternative o! twenty days
In Jail. Phillp Harris was held lor trial In the
court at Wal ter boro' for stealing forty dollars
from Mr. W. N. Cummings, of Bldgevllle.
Two white men were fined five dollars each
Harvey Wilson and Charles Bentham, col?
ored, were bound over by Trial Justice Mao
key for trial at the next term of the Inferior
Court. The former for assaulting Mr. George
F. Habenlcht with a deadly weapon, and the
lattor on a charge of housebreaking and
grand larceny. Several months ago a bar?
room on Meeting street was broken open and
a number of ?rdeles were stolen therefrom,
among which was a pistol. Last Thursday
the pistol was lound in the possession of
Charles Bentham, a well known hanger-on of
the Courthouse, and as Bentham could not
give a satisfactory account of the manner In
which he got the pistol, he was bound over as
Last Wednesday night a negro, named
Emanuel Cohen, living near the Six-Mile
House, secured the assistance of John Blake,
colored, armed himself with a gun and pro?
ceeded to hunt down bis brother-in-law,
another negro named Simons, with whom he
had some domestic differences. The game
having been roused, Cohen, In a spasm of fra?
ternal affection, discharged the contents of hlB
gun at the flying Simons, who, fortunately,
however, escaped uninjured. Cohen and
Blake were carried before Trial Justice
Mackey, yesterday, and sentenced, the for?
mer to five dollars and costs or thirty days
lo Jail, and the latter to one dollar and costs,
or twenty days.
TBE NEW KU-KLUX CRUSADE.
Sixty-Eight Indictments Before ffnc
State Court In York County.
Judge T. J. Mackey appears to be in earnest
In his avowed determination to prosecute the
parties la tbe sixth Judicial circuit who have
been charged with acts of Ku-Kluxlam, and
the grand Jury ot York County have, under
his instructions, returned bills of Indictment
against no less than sixty-eight persons, with
assault upon John B. Farris, William W. Wil?
son, Anderson Brown and James Williams.
The following are the findings in full :
The State VB. Joseph W. Leech. Edward
Leech, Joseph Mitchell and otherB-indict?
ment for riot and tumult on the premises of
John R. Farris. True bill as to Joseph W.
Leech, Edward Leech, Joseph Mitchell, Dud?
ley Jone?, Jr., Allen B. Crosby Sylvin us
Hemphlll, Bunk Childer?, Rufus Garvin, Peter
Brown, BaoKs Kell, John A. Brown, Wil?
liam Johnson Harvey (Juunlug, Bobert Cald?
well, Frank Smith, Daniel Smith, Ruine Doa
sou and Butler Dobson, AB to oth-rs no bill.
i he State vs. John W. Mitchell and others
Indictment for riot, and assault on William J.
Wilson. True bill as to Julius Howe, Joseph
Mitchell, Edward Leech, George Leech, Dan?
iel Chesterfield McKinney, John Morrow,
Thomas Wilkerson, Sherrod Childer?, Jeffer?
son Smith, Marion McAfee, Alonzo Brown, i
Chambers Brown, Harvey Gunning, Rohert
Caldwell, John Bamsay, Hugh Kell and Wil?
liam Johnson. As to others uo bill.
Toe State va. John Gardner. Levi Gardner
and othera-Indictment for the murder of
Anderson Brown. True bill as to John Gard?
ner, Levi Gardner, Green Cuip. Bobert J.
Oaldwe<l, James M. Caldwell and 0. J. Gwinn.
As to Daniel Smltb and Marlin Hall, no bill.
The. State vs. J. Rufus Brutton and others
Indictment for the murder ol James Williams.
True bill as to James Rufus Brutton, Chambers
Brown 8> Ivanus Sherer, William Stierer, H.
H. Sb .Ter, James Sherer. E las Bamsay, Boo?
en Elegios, Hugh Kell, Henry Warllck, An?
drew Kirkpatrick, Robert Bays Mitchell, Na
?oleon Miller, Alonzo Brown, Wm. Johnson,
ames Neel, Addison Carroll, Miles Carroll,
Harvey Gunning, Pmckney Caldwell, Bulus
B. Mariam. Bobert Caldwell, Holnrook Good,
John Caldwell, Robert Dickson Bltcham, Ell
Boss Stewart, Samuel Ferguson, Josiah Mar?
tin. As to Bascomb Kennedy, no bill.
Most of these men have already been In?
dicted In the United States Courts, many of
them have been tried therein, and, In fact,
some of them are now serving long terms of
Imprisonment In the Albany penitentiary un?
der convictions in those courts for the very
offences for which it la now proposed to try
them In the State courts.
IQ the meantime tne re-elected Federal ad
ministration seems inclined to relax ita prose?
cution of the Kn -Klux oases in this State. A
number of vague intimations to this effect
have been received from lime to time, and we
have been recently Informed by a prominent
Federal official that at the ensalng'-term of the
United States Circuit Court, to be opened by
Judge Bond on the 26th Instant, ac Columbia,'
there will be but few oases ot this kind pre?
sented for trial. These will Include only those
cases where the crime of murder is chat ged,
and only the most prominent of the men
named in the murder Indictments, BO that lt ls
probable that there will be but a very small
quantity of criminal business before the court
at this term.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, NOVEMBER IS.
John Bobinson and wile, Mrs. Haywood and
child, Robert Stickney and wife, W. Hazzoni
and wife, B. Robinson and wife, G. Fiaher and
wife, G. N. Robinson and Wilson, J. Robinson
and Charlie, G. Selly and Conrad, F. Robinson
and McCarty, J. Saw bone and Frank, W. Hol?
land and Pani, G. Sloman and Costello, J.
Quinton Robinson and Louis John Robinson,
E?blDBon'a Cirons Company; J. A. Mason, Co?
lumbia; D. Odom; J. J. Williams, Bonneau's;
P. Mellen, S. W. Mellen, F. Mellett, Sumter;
H. C. Baggett, S. C.; W. M. Cummlngs^RIdge
ville; S. W. Maurice, Klngstree; A. Bowe, Mt.
Pleasant; J. T. Green, Sumter; W. J. Spelrs,
J. P. Lee, St. Stephens; Mrs. W. H. Jones,
Bouneauos; J. F. Plimley, R. G. Bradley, N. Y.
P. Garvey, Belfast, Ireland; H. W. Wilkins,
Bull Biver; O. B. Bowen, Boston; H. Scalp
man, Bonneaue; W. Hamllon, wife and child,
Jersey City; -A. Morgan, Georgetown; B. 8.
Gulnor, Charlotte, N. G.; S. 0. Dickert, M. D.,
Chappella; B. F. Jones, Graham's.
J. W. Jlpplns, Philadelphia; D. M. Walduct,
Miss L. Walduct, MISS V. B. Talmadge, New
York; F. F. Hoyt, Brooklyn; Bev. B. P. Smith,
Fulton, N. Y.; J. Fraser, Canada; E. L. Ripley,
General J. Yoydez and wife, Miss Lawrence,
Mlaa Yoydez, Master Yoydez and servant, Col.
Caneselwae, wife and two children, New
York; W. N. Watt, E. Watt, B. Boberts, Sa?
vannah; M. Thorne, Macon; 0. Cluemano, Mrs.
F. A. Sawyer, South Carolina; P. A. Burr,
Pittsburgh, Pa.; B. T. Bunker, H. Pincus. New
York; L. E. Gannon, Washington; G. A. Milla,
Baltimore, H. Pariah, wife and child, Philadel?
phia; L. Nelson, Boston ; G. E. Ho ad ley, Miss
K. Trott, NewYork; E. A. Marshall, Philadel?
phia; A. 0. Frenob, Wilmington ; B. J. Brown,
New York; Captain J. T. Hubbard, Ship Rich?
TBE NEW YORK VEGETABLE AND
FRUI J MARKETS.
The Dally Bulletin of Monday, November
The supply ol potatoes continues moderate,
ana former prices are sustained. Oar quota?
tions for potatoes are In bulk, in snipping
order, 60c, per barrel must be added. We
quote: Peaohblowe, 2 60a3; Early Bose at
$2a2 60; Early Goodrich and Jackson whiles
at $1 75*2, and Dyrlghts $1 25al 76. 8weets
$2 60a2 76 per bbl tor Virginia, sod $2 76a3 for
Delaware. We quote: Vegetables: Bedonlone,
per bbl $2 60.>3; do yellow $2 60a3; do Coonee
lieut white, tasa 50 per bbl. Russia turnips,
ll 76 per bbl, white turnips, $1 26 per bbl.
Cabbages, $6u9 per 100. Bed cabbage?, $8*10.
Beete, Jersey, $1 26al 60. Carrots, per bbl
$125*2. Celery, $176 per doz sn. Cauliflower,
$3ati per dozen. . .
Apples are atill held with considerable confl
deuce, although the demand la only moderate.
A car load of Californian grapes were received
to day by Jamea D. Farnum, consisting of 391
boxea .? lame. Tokays and Muscatels. The
fruit arrived in good order and fully sustained
the reputation which they found last year.
They are Belling rapidly at SSc for the Mus?
catels and 60c for the Tokays. Mr. Farnum
also bas a oar load of California. pears ol dif?
ferent varieties which he will offer to the
public to-morrow. Eastern grapes are
rather slow but prices about Bteady,
Others fruits without essential change
We quote: Apples, Newtown pippins |3a3 60;
Fail pippins, prime $2 50a3 00; York pippins
$2 50*3 00; greenings $176a$2 26; Baldwins $2 26
u2 60; Spitzenberg $2 25a2 50; river s tock,all va?
rieties, $1 76a2 26; and Jersey, in bulk, 31 26a
1 60 per bbl. Pears-Dutcheas, NaW, per bbl.
520*25; Sleckle $16a25; Vicar of mkedeld $8
alO, and cooking $4a6 per bbl. California,
winter Nells $6; Easter Buerre $6, and Glou
Morceau $5 per case. Quinces $6a7 for
apple, and $4a6 for pear. Grapes, Isabella
per lb 6a7c, Catawba do 8a9c; Iona do
9c; Diana do 8a9o.. Cranberries, prime $10al2
per bbl; per crate S3 60; do lair to good
$2 76a3 26.
IF YOU WISH fresh, delicious and inviting
Fruit, yon can procure It at Fisher's elegant
fruit store, 163 King street, between Clifford
Tae SUN is bright, and so will your furni?
ture be ll yon use Durand's Furniture Polish,
HAVE rou BEKN Into Pienge's Hat Store, No.
201 King street ? He has a splendid assort?
ment of gentlemen's Hats and Caps.
THE LADIES pronounce Fisher's Fruit Store
a model ol beautiful taste and display, and the
moBt attractive In the city.
CHRISTMAS is coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
WILD ENGLISH DUCKS for sale at No. 9 Mar?
ket street, and Btall One Flab Market.
* TERRY <fc NOLEN.
EMPORIUM FOR CHEAP GOODS_The well
known auction emporium ot Mr. Wm. McKay,
No. 46 Wentworth street, 1B one of the most
extensive establishments of the kind In the
South. The stock of goods ls largo and
varied, comprising a miscellaneous collection
of articles In the dry goods, fancy goods,
hardware and furniture lines, and in almost
every other beside?. At present Mr. McKay
haa on hued a large lot of gooda consigned to
him by merchants who have since lost heavily
by the Boston fire. These goods will have to
be Bold at a sacrifice to meet th? demands
upon the gentlemen to whom they belong.
The public will do well to call and examine
JOST RECEIVED in splendid order, fresh Mal?
aga, Catawba, and Isabella Grapea, Bananas,
Oranges, Coooanute, Dates, Prunes, Ac, at
Fisher's fruit store.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, ?old Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
EVERYBODY concedes that FlBher knows how
to keep a Fruit Store, and charges moderate
FUROHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains in Carpets, Bug?, Drug?
gets, OH Clothe, &c; also special bargains in
Cloths ot all description.
FISHER keeps always every variety of choice
fresh Fruit, Canned Fruits and Vegetables,
Preserves, Cordialp, Confectionery, genuine
imported Cigars, Ac. Call and Judge for your?
self at i63 Klug street. The patronage of my
friends and the public generally ls respectfully
TIME IS MONEY.-Clocks, fifty different styleB,
in wood, bronze and marble cases, at Allan's,
307 King street.
GENTS' Frminsama QUODS.-The best as?
sortment In town can be found at Furchgott,
Benedict & Co. -
Ha. SCUD BB in vi tea attention to h la Stock ot
Photograph Frames Just ?eceived, embracing
upwards of thirty dirie :ent styles, many ot
them of entirely new design and beauty of
finish, which he offers to cash buyers at a
small advance on cost, f -OUDER'S Gallery, No.
268 King Btreet. octal-imo
HOUSTON'S NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERT, No.
307 Klag 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 any tb ir g ever introduced In
this city before. We have over fifty different
style ol Frames. Also, a Urge stock of Albums,
Cases, Ac. ? ' . novl2-tuths3
PLATINO CABOS, wholesale and retail, very
Cheap, at Yon San te n's, No. 229 King street.
BUILD INO MATERIAL.- An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, At., are kept constantly
on hand by. Mr. P. P. Tot Je, athis warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and 1 io. 33 Pluckney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Giast, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hort ware,. Ac., from the'
beat manufacturers. ~ mchS-fmwlyr
BEAUTIFUL PHOTCGRAJ >n FRAME;', at 10 cents
each, at Yon Santen's, Ko. 229 King street.
WORK TO A SHADOW-Flesh, muscle and
mind alike deteriorate when the stomach fal- j
[ tors in Its duty and the bowels do not perform
their part as scavengers of the system regu?
larly and naturally. In chronic dyspepsia the
body ls usually emaciated, the muscular fibre
loose and flabby, and the brain Incapable of |
prolonged or vigorous e cer?on. Every organ,
every member, even tb a immortal mind itself |
ls -to a certain extent dependent upon the
?tonisch for support. Strengthen and regu?
late this feeder of the system with Hastener's
Stomach Bitters, when it fatls to perform Its
(unctions properly. 2. good appetite, an In?
creased flow of the gastric juice, and perfect
digestion and assimile lion will assuredly be
the result. The manner in which the great,
tonic and ?lleratlve ei feote a cure of dyspep?
sia, ls direct and simple. It stimulates the
digestive organs, clean tea without convulsing I
the bowels, regulates the flow of bile and de-1
termines lt Into the rlgbt ebannels, and exer?
cises a tranquilizing ln.'luence over the nerves.
FUBOHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co. offer a very
floe Kid Glove at tl: Gloves, two buttons,
$135. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated J
Chellley's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
for which we are the sole agents.
VERT CHEAP.-A Eandsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial flote Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Peo, for
I only twenty-five cent?, at Yon Santen's Ba
I za* No. 229 King street, next Academy of
riN+ PlA.lt Aim COMMERCIAL.
Th?Char, ?ton ste k ?nd Bond Market.
Southern /Sank Bills.
BID. ASE KD I
Sank of Camden. 10
Bank of Chester. 1
Bank of Georgetown....-. 1
Bank of Hamburg. 16
dank of Sou tn carolina. 01
Bank or State of South Carolina,
prior te 1861. 16
Bank of State of Sou li Carolina,
after lat January, ISSI. 16
Commercial Bank, Columbia.. tl
Exchange Bank, Comm Dla. 01
farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants'Bank. Cher.iw. Ol
Planters' Bank Falrflall. Ol
State Bank. os:
Mate Bonds, old.
?t a te Bonds, new.
atate Stock.* ..
S. 0. Railroad and Banlt Stock..... 80 00
s. C. Railroad Seven Pei Cent. Bonds ... 83 00
IS. c. Hali roa 3 First Mot tgage Bonds - .. 88 00
Northeastern Railroad a tock (capt- .
I Nor th eas te rn Railroad 8toc? (pre ?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 92 oo
Northeastern Railroad second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cunt... 8300
Savannah and Charlea on Railroad
Stock...-...v..*, .. 20 00
Savannah and Charles ion Railroad :
First Mortgage 7 fer Cent. Bonds.' .. 78 00
Savannah and Charlea .on Rallroaa
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. .. 66 00
Charleston and Savannah 6 Per
Bonds.. 70 oo
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Greenville and Oolumola Railroad
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 60 oo
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mo -tgage Bonds 86 00
Greenville and Coiumola Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Oheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bom ls. 92 00
Oheraw and Darling- on Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. .. 72 00 '
Ohanotte, Columbia ind Augusta
Railroad Stock. so oo
Charlotte, Columbia und Augusta
Rall road First Mortgage Bonds... 88 00
Spar umbu rg and Urion Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds.
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
stock.. 66 00
Olty ot Charleston Fi re Loan 7 Per
Oent. Bonds. 73 ob
City or Columbia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. .. eo oo
Olty of Columbia 7 Pe r Cent. Bonds. 76 oe
first National Bank or Charleston
Stock.~... 126 00
People's National Bar k Stock.109 00
Colon Bank Stock. 60 00
South Carolina Loan and Trust
Company... .. loooo
Peo p le ' s Bank Stocx. .. soo'
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock.".23 00 26 00
Bank or Charleston Stock.Kr.'. .. aooo
Carolina National Bank Stock.
National BaLk of i helter.. 110 00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.. 18 oo
Olty Ballway Stock. 62 oo
PHILADELPHIA-P<T steamship virginia-466
bales upland cotton, fia tierces rice. 4JSJ bbls naval
stores, 468 bales do nestles. 46 bbl* oranges, 14
nales waste, 36 tomi old Iron, and 91 packages
BALTIMORE-Per BIeamahlp Falcon-641 bales
uplaud cotton, 294 tierces rice, 100 obis rosin, 6
bales domestics 20 tales raga, 20 casks clay. &
packases hides, 7 bills vanilla, 20bbls beer, 16,000
feet lamber, 80 packages foundries.
LIVEEFOOL-Per Br ?hip Edltn-*o bags sea Isl?
and cotton, 2913 bales upland ? cort?n.uer
Spanish bark Augusta Eisa-846.bbls Bplrlts tur?
pentine, 1872 bbls rosin. - ;
PBOVIDKNCB, (R I,)-Per sehr Jno A Griffin
209.OOO feet lumber.
Rio DE LI PLATTE-Per Br brig Lochinvar
184,178 fee*; lumber.
A MST K RD AM-Per bark Freeman Dennis-2825
bales upland cotton.
New York Na val Stores Harket.
Nsw TOBX, November 14.
The Dally Bulletin says: Hecelp<s to-day 6
bbls. The dem iud tot spit its turpentine contin?
ues light, H nd pri:es are wu hunt apparent
sirengih. Sales 60 bills at Otc. We quote at ema
62o. Ku am ls qnlet but generali? h lu pretty Arm
ly abc ve the views of buyers, sm es loo bbls good
strained at $4 40. We quote at $4 S0a4 36. The
tutu e gradea are quin. IQ iar 20 provision bbis
sold at $4 76. Pitea unchanged.
New Y or ls. Rice Market.
Nxw TORE, November 14
The Da?y Bulletin says: The market ls steady,
an<t sales are reported of 166 bags Rangoon at 7a i
7xc, and 40 tes Carol ina at 7Xe8#c.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and, N
. " Omcs CHARLESTON NEWS, .
FBIPAY EVJDONO, November 16,181
COTTOK.-The market abowed a firm tem
and bayera were asking roll rates, the artic
Molting some Irregularity, bot factors were
rally.enabled to narden their prices X@Xc
Sales about 700 bales, say 2 at 16, e at 16X
10% 41 at lex, 80 at 17, ia at 17X, 14 at l
at 17*. afatu j?38 at r?x, m at ii* ? a
71 at 18,88 at 18tfc. We quote:
Ordinary te good ordinary......iex@l7
. Strict middling...... ......nomina
BICE.-There was a moderate demand w
steady market. Sale i abo nt 175 tierces of
Carolina, viz. 60 tierces at ex. 116 at 7c
We qaote: Common toJ?lr at fl@?xc; good
NAVAL STOBKS.-The arrivals were 167
spirits turpentine and iee bbls. rosin,
market was quiet and without transactions.
I "HEIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, direct
OD n pla id s, - on Bea Islands; via
York, Xd on uplands, - on sea islands; bj
Xd on uplands, and Xd on sea island*
Havre, ixe on uplands. Coastwise-to
York, by Btesm, Xe on uplands trhd--0
lsland-i; $2 ft tierce on rice; 60c V bbl on 1
by Bail,-c fl m on cotton; -efl tier
rice; Mo ff bbl on rosin ;. $11012 fl M on inn
$12?13 to fi li 00 timber. To Bose n, by s
Xe on uplands and $2 so fl tierce on rice ;,bj
-c ft m on uplands; roela 70c; resawed
$12?12 60; timber $18013 60; phosphate $ 5<?
To Providence, by sall $10011 ft M on bo
-c fi Bs on colton ; by steam Ko via New 1
To Philadelphia, by steam Xe on uplands;
fi tierce on rice; soc f> bbl on rosin; $1 on-ap
Through bills of lading given to Boston,.!
dence and the New En;land cities are regu
issued on this route, and dispatch guarani
By sall, $8 fl M on boards; $12 on Umber; -
ton OD clay; $3 60 on phosphates. To Bal tin
by steam -0.ft lb; by sall- $89?65 ?
boards; - on timber; $3 60'ft ton at C..y ;
4 60 ft ton np tiver 00 phosphate rock. VA
are In demand by our merchants to take Itu
freights from Georgetown. S. a, Darlen and ?
la River, Qa-, and Jacksonville, Pta., to Nort!
ports, and $io@l2 ft M are tte rates on tlx
EXCHANGE.-Sterling M day bills 21%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks pure
si3ht checks on. New York at X@xper cent
and Bell at par.
. - ... ;
IKavrJi?ts by Telegraph,
Noon.-troasols si Fivea a%.
Nsw YOB?, November :
Noon.-Freights steady: -tocks dull. <
steady at lSK. Money erm at 7. Exchange, I
BX; short BX Governments quiet ?nd t
State bonds dull and steady.
Evening.-Freights firmer. Money MS c
mission. Gilt edged dine .nuts 12; other pt
high T and irregular, sterling, prime bank
BXa8X- Gold 18X*13X. Governments cu
nun at x. States dall; little change.
Noon -Cotton opened firm; uplands 9Xd,
lean? lOXd; sales 10,000 bales; sales of the w
60,000: export? 60'0; specna'lou 6O1O; stock |
OOO, of wntch 64 too are american; receipts
00). of which 16,000 are American; actual exp?
16.000; afloat224,000,01 which 98,oou are Am
Later.-Cotton flrm ; sales 12,000 bales; spec
lion and export 2uoo; sal'? of Orleans for Nov
ber at lOd.
Evening.-Cotton cloted nncbanged. ti
and fabrics dull and rather lower.
NEW YORK', November l
Koon.-Cotton quiet; sales 1448 balea: upla
l9Xc, Orleans i9Xc
Evening.-Cotton dall; SBles 1782 bules;
landa l8Xc; Orleans l8Xi net receipts io LT bu
gross 4293. Sales of conon futuna to day 18
bales, aa follows : Novemb r 18X?18X''; Deceit
l?xal8 Sie; January i&x; February ISXal
March l9ai9X; April l9Xai9X; May 19Hate ?
Junel9X Sales of eaton futures last even
3800 bales as tallowa : November 18Xal8 ll
December 18X; January 18X; February li
1816-16; March i9Xal9 3-16; May 19 o-ia.
BOSTON. November U
Gotten-no market; middling i9Xo; net recel
79 bait s: gross 849; stock soo; estimated wee
net receipts 896; groas 6866; exports to Gr
Britain 3M; sales 440.
? - ?-k ..- - PROvrnKNOB, November if
- Cotton-weekly net receipt- 228 baIeS;etook4<
PHILADELPHIA. November 11
Cotton firm; mid ri ll og i9xo; Weekly net
celpiB 632 bales; gross 2602.
' BALTIMOKB, November ll
Cotton diillr middling I8X0;-oet- receipts
hale*: gross ou; stock 468i; weeklv net recel
658; "8ross 4:85; exports Xo Great Britain 4
coastwise 936; sales lceo. *
? crrr;PoiNT, November-is
Cotton, receipts for the'week 1002 baiei. L
. . NORFOLK, November I?
Colton Arm; low mlddlloga i7Xai7X<:; net
celpis 1823 ba.es; exports coa-twUe 2896; se
200; stock 9767; weekly oet receipts 13,692; expo
coastwise 17,806; salts 1600.
. WILMINOTON, November ic
Cotton firm: middlings iStfc: net receipts!
bales; t-aus 82; stock 8662; weekly net recel;
1986; exporta coastwise 161; sales 448. .
- SAVANNAH, November if>
Cotton strong with a good demand to- bec
grades; middlings i8Xal8Xc; nee receipts 4:
bales; exports io continent asoo; coastwise 39
salo* 1483; stock 66,634; weexly net reoelpis 24
exports to Great Britain 192?; comment ?e.ei
coastwise 10,198; sales 12,602.
? co CST A , Nf.vember 16
Cotton quiet; nlddltdg? i7X-l8c; receipts 1
bales; saes 18ol;stock2U94; weekly recelptB681
MACON, November is.
Cotton active; middlings 17Xc; receipts 32
bales; shipments 2336; atoo* 81.6-2.
COLUMBUS, November 15.
Cotton stiff; low middlings nyc; receipts 2
bales; ahlpments 1276; to spinners los ; stock 67?
'f ELMA, November 16.
Cotton receipts 2110 bales; shipments 184
Stock, 1871, 5240; 1(72,6904.
MONTGOMERY, November 16.
Cotton steady; low middiluga l7Xal7Jic; wee!
ly receipts 3246 bales; shipments 1740; ?to k 97?
MOBILE, November 16.
Cotton quiet and Arm; mlddUngs I8xc;ue>? n
eel pta 264 bales; exi orw to Great Brl'aln 88&1
coaatwi8e5 9u4; sales 60v; atook 26.038; wi-exiy ni
receipts 10.883; gross 10,937; export! to Gre?
Britain4408; aalea 80,0; exrorts coastwlae 4948
NASHVILLE, November 16.
Cotton firm; low middlings 17c; weekly receipt
212; shipments 1603; stock 3-80.
MEMPHIS, November 15.
.. Cotton In fair demand and Armer;, middling
l8XalB#o; receipts x86 bales; shipments ns*
stock 1871, 18 850, 1872, 28.801; weekly receipt
16,686; ahlpments 18.416; ta ea 12,460.
NEW ORLEANS, November 16.
Cotton easy; good ordluar, lTXe. low mic
? Hinca 18XC, mlddilnga I8X0: net recelpra- f ss
bale?; exports to Great Britain 6167; Oontlnec
3168; aalea to-day 1000; last evrningsooo; moci
12,276; we-kly net receipts 2301f groas 82 237; ex
pora to G ?at Britain 11,268; Continent 8061
coastwise 6001; salea 806.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS..
11vEKPcoL, November 16.
Neon.-Breadstuff* quiet, corn 28a sd. Pori
LONDON, November 15.
Evening.-Common rosin i2-?i2* sd,
NBW YOBK, November 16.
Noon.-Flour rather steadier. Wheat a shade
Armer; Corn a true Armer. Pork quiet at $16 76
ai6 90. Lard steady, ateam sxesxo. Turpen?
tine dull at eic Rosin dull at $4 8oa4 40.
Evening.-Floor aoilve and a shade firmer;
common to fair extra $7a9l0; good to cnoice
$9 I6al2. Wheat 2a8 bet er, cbiefl/ for export;
winter red Western $168al65. Cora xe ott: er
with moderate demano; shippers nold off met
firm. Pork duli and unchanged. L ra firmer.
Turpentine weak. Rosin dun. TalliW qnie .
BALTIMORE. November 16.
Flour dull and unchanged. Wheats ea ly. uorn
Arm; white 66a60c; yehnw 64bfloc. Oats Arm;
Souibern 40a48. Provisions dnil and necu .-11 g;
mess scarce, $ie 60an. Baoou, only limited Joh
bing demaud; should ore 7 c v> hickey woo.
* WILMINOTON, November 16.
Spirits turpentine uuseitlcu; no sales. Rosin
Arm; $3 60a8 60 for strained. Crude turp?n tin
firm; $8 .6 for hard, and $6 25 tar yellow dip
and virgin. Tar steady at $3 80.
CINCINNATI. November 15.
The horse malady render? movements ao diffi?
cult and expensive that price? or commodities re
quitina naming are entirely nommai. Corn dull
aud unchanged; old 4 ,'c; new 87a88c Pork nomi?
nal; new $14. Lard quiet; lettie 7Xc; steam
$7 66 per cwt on tb- ?-pot. Bacon .quiet and un
changed; shoulders 6J?c; clear ribs 10c; clear sides
10XO. Whiskey dull and lower at 89o.
&T. LOUIS, November 15.
Flour dull and unchanged, oom si ead ; No. 2
mixed 62)iai8c; track 26aS5, wood ei-vator.
Whiskey firm at 900. Pork lower; new 14c; old
16C Bacon dui!; enoulders 6Xc; clear sides lie
Lard-only retail lots.
LOUISVILLE, November 16.
Flour quiet and steady; prices onchtDged. Corn
unchanged. Provisions quiet. Pork held at $1*.
Bac-in ni.mlnal for old ; no reports or green meats
Lard SXc, krgs 9a9X? for strictly choice ieaf,
prime ai 7 % c. Whiskey q net at soc. Toe eplz 0
tlc continues to interfere with business consider
aoly, and fad Mea tar local transportation are
very limbed, owners of teams charging exorbi?
tant pnces ht hauling.
HAVANA. November ll-vfa Key West.
The following are the quotations of the Havana I
narkers at the does or buAlcesa Saturday, No
remberfl: - ; ' - ?
8ng*r scarce and firm: prices nominal; opera-'
ilona limned, owing to the scarcity or clanes tter'
manded for shipment; Jemand good at full
prices; a raw contracta have been mads foriiuaar
ind molas-es, -. .. t '
segar at Havana and Ms tanz ai: Stock in ware
tvjuse 9?.00O buxes and 72?> hogshead*- rec?late of
the wees 76o boxes and 176 hogsbasdi-exwutad
during tho week 2e,eco boxes and 75 ?o?Mfcead?
including 20.0LO boxos and 76 hogiueads ^oTtti? .
United states. ^ ^^.^w
- W?HITOBOHO'. jfejr?anfeft:.'/
For the past two days 133 bales of c*ttoa?kvB
been seid in thia market at prices ranainir tem
lex to 17 cents. -,
Market active at p ri Corangin # rro'm^B^wv
cents. '-.'-- -V
Cotton ls quoted.as roliswg; Ordmary^j&sy
19>? cents; low to goo l OidCllog KkisSLjSSS^
Sales to-day 180 bales at lTceata, .????.?^'^??c
Sales or cotton today 68 bale?; mlrfdnrij^f
There waa a better feeling tn-^th*oiis??t^K "
day, with a good demand ai 17J?o.-??r .Ltrerooor ..
mlddllDgs. The receipts tofl?y wer?llgh^bem? "
ool< 486 oales; the ahipments .amoMttd"Jol*t ?a
and the sales tom. - t&T&r-S:
. mm-, ^ri : :
Y 0 H K-ME'
LINK. ' ~
The FlrFt-claas Regular, -Packet Sofioocer A*
L. s. DAVIS, Risnop, Master, wiUlosddB ?
promptly for above port. :. ."^^
?gi O B L X, V E R'PP.p'B^-^3^:'-^
The first class British Bark- JAMBS BA r?*.
liOYD. John Q. Perry, Master, having B^Hl '?
large portion of her cargoengsgedT^ru?^bATO ?
dispatch. - apply to - ^^^h..--T"S?
- HFNRT-CABOv '. ;
noys ?_ Accommodation ftfrffr Sg
-.? LOM. .
. . Ylt?D?IA, (?ptam^ttrnogle^
Ar? now regularly on the Une,1" insuring ? .iwifc -;1
class sea connection between Htu^ademblaiaM" a
charleston, sud lo pillanes wUh RaUro?3 UoupSr'^ .
nies at both termlnL affont r pld transporta?*.: ;
to ?nd rrom all points ia the Oottoa States,sa*,
to and rromOinclrjna?, sr. l^n^ OMc*g? a?I?e "?
principalolties or the Northwest, r?cst?asJ/tavV
dence and the F-astera Manufacturing Centr?t
The GOLF STREAM ls apretujad - MP SWT
rrom Brown's Wharf on FBJDAV, 2M HoVwalpr; ; ri
at M o'clock M. ,_? ... i.-u ":
ssa- The VIBG?NIA wal follow. - . H r* 4
For psriloulars of Frelgit srrangemenU, tfijtlf -:
to WM. A. COURTLY, Urion WluuW,
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agent*, Ho. U
South Delaware Avenue, Fbuadelpal*. -i ><- ?
novlt-stutttia_' :.'?. ,^".L^? . .
?HANGE .OF BAJXESJI} '"fl|jr.
INOREASED SERVIOS/ vi.^^V
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP ' O??i?>?%:?
THR?U3H LINE TO "\? ??
CALIFORNIA CHINA ABD JAPAN." ??? : - :
_ . ?rc
, :. fAB?OB^ttt^B^Qf^^^V.-S
nrniwTTi " ~i- 'rm^-"- ,fifW.
No. 42. North River, rootorCaneJ streetSySK
New York, at ia ofolock,napa,bf theifakWm-T'
sud *jtn or every month, except when thesedaua
rall on sunday, then the Saturday precedtej'^ ,
All departures connect at tanama'wk^SWiijn
ers for south Paclflc and OeatraLAmerwsajPOTta.
lor Japan and China, S earners l?aVeJ^frso
olsco first ornery mon?i,eic<pt;.t?benlfia^?i
Sunday-then on the day preceding- ' '~ .
No Oalirornia Steamer! touch sAjUsjeaapW? '
go direct rrom New York to AlpinWaiL j-'.,
One hondred pouads baggage rree toeadi adnlk. ~
Medicine and attendance free, ,?*t,
For Passage Tickets or other ?srorniat?od. apply
at the COMPAN Va TICKET OFFIC*,'".fid tfte-.
Wharr root or Canal street, North. Bl?*T.:,'Ne!?r
York. ?. B. BAoY,:iJjra
.anglHyr. ._? ? .?> ?.< i?ii-> -
i .-- ..?;*.-.?.-.ii n-.wuk :awi->'
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDfflGB'flBr?nayuYr"
TEE RIVER. t'/*X..U*J^>
--.:. I . SC?--- fi.
Tbe Steamer MARION, CaptainV-?J25W
W. F. Adair, is now receivingdaDBBC
Freight at Accommodation Wnarrana.ww<eave,
on SATOEDAT NIGHT, the istb instant. > T'*M
Fretgnt and WharfSge must be prepaid. '
For engagements ar ply on board, or to .
RAV?NEL, ?ULMES A CO. .
.novia-a : NoTsaBastisy
EEGULAR LINE FOB GEORGETOWN,
?'. S.O.-. t- .\2ijka ?".
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF?:,._
Time T?ble or Steamer EMILI B, , .?g**^.
Captain C. a White, for November, Js?SBBU
I.3AVB OHAELBSTOH.' L8AVB ?BOOT?p??i.
MuMDAT, NO? 4, 7 A M WBONW?TtJ^?A?I
FBIBAT, NOV 8, 7 A M MOMDAT, NOVlL,?,/?
WBDMBST, NOV 18, 7 A M FBXO*T, NOV
MONDiT, NOV 18, 7 ? M WBDNS^T^?OV ?0.6 fC*
raroiY, Nov 22, un UOKDAT, NOV't?, A A-?
WBDNBS'T, NOV 27,7 A M FBBAXY: .NOV.2|t^HS .
TOUCHING- AT SOOTH ISLAND.. WAYEBLT,
KE1TBFIELD AND WEYjB^HJftMtt?te:
BYBBY TRIP. . . Vi .
ey-Freight received day before sailing/ > ,r
No Freight received after sunset, tjsggj.
Duplicate receipts required with all sbreosnts.
For Freight or Passage apply on board ortb.
SHACEELFOHD A KELLY, Agents,' - ;.;
North atlantic Wharf, Charleston, B.C.
. A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown,?.;?.
oct7-tntht8mos " , . ' V
p O.R J? L O B I D^A; ,
... VI A SAVANNAH-TWICE A.WBBE?.V^
. .? .> ." ' ...?l?'ibtt
m *r. - J?i '.
The8plsBdld Side-wheel steamer r??r~s
DICTATOR captain L. M. Cdxetter. JBEBBBV
CITY F0I5T, capuin George B. MoMlUab. wlQ
leave charie*ton every TUBED IT B n d ?^XIDAT
EvtNDNQS, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FER?
A1,L LANDINGS ON HT. JOHN'S RIYEB*- '
Returning, DIOTATOR will leave PA&ATC*FBX
DATMOBKT?'O, and SAVANNABb??AT-MasaOBa,
arriving here HUOTJAT Afraaw'nKi - ?> ?.
UITY POINT will leave PALATKA .MOM)AT
MORNING and SAVANNAH WXDNBSOAT. MOBN
DJO. arriving here WKDWBSDAY Ajraar OOCB. .
Connection ls made at Fernandina wita.Rail?
road lor New Orleans aid Barana, via Peder
Ke stat jacksonville with Steamer STARLIGHT
for Melionvule, Enterprise and Upper 'St iota's
River; at Tocol with Railroad for St. Aturas
une; and at Palatka with Steamers for tbaOok
lawaha Riyer. '???,M
All Freight for Way Landings mast be prepaid
? For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to .r. J?' .
RAVEN EL A CO., Agents,
Cerner Vanderhorst's Wnarf and Bast Bay.
YTTEBKL? LINE ^ j
SAVANNAH, OA, AND SEMI.WBEZ?? T? !
BEAUFORT, 8. 0. ' ' '*
PILOT BOT, t
Captain W. T. McNelty, - fl ' ' ':
Will leave Acoommodatlou wharf _ .'^Br^fc.
every MONDAY MoE.s^o.at a o'cloct,?m&StBK?m
tor Savannah, Beaufort, Bilton Head and apsui?a
Wells. Returning-, will leave.savannah, every
lu ss DAY MORNING.
Win leave tor Beaufort, rael ac and. Chlsoua'a
Landings every TH?MDAY MORN rue. at 8 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beauiort every FBTDAT
MORNING. r - .. _1
Goods consigned to oare or Agenta-Wlil be for?
warded free of storage or commission!. 1... ? '
Freight received WEDNBSDATS and SATCBPATS
must t>e prepaid to Way Landings. _ " . -
Freight received for points on Savannah .River,
to be transferred to Steamer CLYDE, Which leaves
savannah every TUESDAY MORKINO. *" " . '
N. B. After the 16th instant. 26 percent, addi?
tional will be charged ou Freight to ail points,
except savannah and Beaufort. _
For engagements apply to
iT, RAYEN EL. HOLMES & CO.,
oct9-ws . . Bo. so East Bay.
AVENTINE'S PREPARATION ^OF
Just received, a large supply of the> above. Each
bottle contains four toondi or the best Beet, OX
olnslve of fat; can be ugf^,.wli^,^il?i w?T
water; also can be tafcea with Ccdlrver OH, SJBd
destroys th taste or the Oil. X
Tne only food for aeUcatecbOdrea.- HT
This ls much superior to the "Extract erl Beat,"
heretofo-eofTeredto the public, ss will be found