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MEETINGS IBIS DAT.
Survivors' Association, athali-past 7 P. M.
Carolina Bin* Club, at 7 P. M.
Hope Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Washington Rifle Club, al 7 P. M.
Union Chapter, R. A. M., ai 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
ft Henry Cobla & Co. will sell at 9 o'clock, at
their store, bacon, bee!, ?c.
Wardlaw & Cirew will sell at ll o'clock, in
front of the Pdstomce, real estate.
B. IC. Marshall 4 Bro. will sell at ll o'clook,
near the Postofflce, real estate.
John G. Mllnor * Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'olock, at their store, dry goods, hosiery and
Laurey, Alexander ? Co. will sell at three
quarters-past 9 o'clock, at their store, butter,
-The first snow of the season fell In Flor?
-The Baptist State Convention for South
Carolina is appointed to meet at Darlington
next Thursday. Rev. Dr. Wlnkler, late ot the
Citadel Square BaptistChurob, lato preach the
-The'Palmetto Riflemen, colored, belter
known as "Captain Joe Green's Company,"
bada parade through the principal streets
yesterday ntornlng, and target practice In the
neighborhood of Bkersvllle later in the day.
-The livery stablemen complain very loud?
ly of the condition of several of "the best
drives In the city, which they say are Ailed
with boles and ruts. Cannot the city fathers
look Into the matter and remedy any evils
that may exist ?
-A little white boy, named John Drigge?,
applied at the upper Guardhouse last evening
fer lodgings. He said that his parents lived
at Sommerville, and that be had ran away in
consequence ot Ill-treatment inflicted on him
-A little white boy named Dowling fell from
a horse upon the plank road, In King BI ree:,
near Mary, on Saturday afternoon last, and
struck his head. He was taken up insensible
and bleeding at the ears. His Injuries could
not have been serlou?, however, as he was ap?
parently quite well again yesterday.
-Abram Johnson, a colored drayman, who
ls said to be a well known t h 1er, was arrested
yesterday by a constable named Lyon.', at?
tached to the office of Trial Justice Le ry. He
made a desperate resistance, and Lyons was
compelled to call upon the bystanders for as?
sistance. Arrived at Levy's office, Johnson
was no sooner released than be again attaoked
Lyona and made an exhibition of pugilistic
skill that waa the admiration of all beholders.
He was Anally locked up in Jail.
THE ENTER!BISE RAILROAD.
Xjiylog the Track-Cool Contempt of
The long-promised commencement of the
laying of the Enterprise Railroad track was
made yesterday at the lower terminus ol the
road in Bast Bay street. Up to noon the
weit track bad been laid to Tradd street, a
distance of about two squares. The Iron ls
the common T rall. AB now laid down lt pro?
jects about two Inches above the bed of the
* street, and thereby constitutes a direct viola?
tion of the city ordinance on the subject,
which requires that the tracks of all roads
running through the streets be laid on a level
wlih the street bed. treal Jen t Hurley says
that the work will now be pushed vigorously
forward and brought to an early completion.
Tt was rumored yesterday that several dray?
men were in favor of tearing up the track at
the muzzle of the pistol.
THE NEW COUNTY OFFICERS.
Bowan Preparing to Move on th?
. . :. K Hemp's Works.
Most of the Charleston County officers elect
received their certif?cales of election from the
State board of canvassers yesterday, and pro?
ceeded to file bonds and subscribe to the
oaths of; office prescribed to be flied and
token, by them .to enable them to take posses?
sion ol their respective offices. The newly
elected sheriff, Bowen, was particularly quick
on the trlsger, and had his bond flied in the
office of the county commissioners aod ap?
proved by them before twelve o'clock In the
day. This bond ls In the sum o? $25.000, and
the bondsmen are 0. C. Bowen, George H.
Undated t. David T. Corbin, Alfred Bernard,
Timothy Hurley and M. H. Collins. This bond
and the two oaths of office required of the
sheriff will now be immediately forwarded to
the Governor who will thereupon Issue his
commission to "Sheriff Bowen." Mr. Jacob
Wllllman, the new clerk of court, was sworn
lo by Trial Justice John G. Mackey. He ex?
pects to toke his seat on next Monday.
W. H. Thompson, the only candidate
for county commissioner on the Bowen
ticket who was elected, was sworn lo
by A C. Bloh mond, notary public. Sheriff
Mackey ls now in Washington, asd is said to
be looking for a Federal plaster for bis wound?
ed ambition, and bis desks and furniture were
yesterday being removed from the courthouse,
which would seem to indicate that be bas
wisely resolved to accept the situation and
not attempt to reverse the Immutable decree
of fate as representen by the muta?le caprice
of a Radical constituency. Li roi est mort i
Fit? Is roi / '
A Frai AT EUC OROVB.-A Are occurred
last Saturday evening at the Elm Grove
Plantation, in Christ Church Parish, occupied
by Mr. J. R. Thomllnson, which resulted in
the burning of a part of the roof of the
dwelling house and some loss of ootton,
walch bad to be thrown out of the windows
of the dwelling house to prevent the lurther
progress of the Are.
THE SPANISH STEAMSHIP POERTO RICO.
This first-class iron steamship, which was
laden lor L'v?rpool by Messrs. B. Mure & Co.,
and which departed from here just previous
to very heavy gales In October, has arrived at
ber port ot destination In safety. This In?
formation reached here by cable to the above
firm yesterday, which mentioned that the
ship bad bad weather on Uje passage.
FIRE ZN CANNON STREET.-A fire broke out
atflveo'oloofc yesterday afternoon, ai No. 31
Cannon street, in a bouse occupied by a col?
ored man named John Dav!?. It was discov?
ered by a policeman and exMnguished bet?re
any damage had been done. The Are is sup?
posed to have been caused by an Improperly
constructed hearth, consisting of one layer of i
bricks laid upon the flooring boards.
Crrr IMPROVEMENTS.-A neat and comfor?
tably finished wooden cottage bas just been
completed on the westside of Butledge ave?
nue, one door north of Calhoun street. The
cottagrt ls two stories high, with double
.piazzas on the south front. It contains fot? j
square rooms, with high ceilings, pantries and
dressing room; arno a kitchen and a cistern.
It was built by Charles Vaoderhorat, a colored
contractor, and ls now offered for rent to a
General Beuton?, Before Judge Graham
The jory la the case of Jack Drayton, col
ored, who was tried on Saturday for the kill
lng of Joseph 8egar, colored, rendered a ver
diet of gully ot manslaughter, and the prison
er was remanded for sentence.
The court was occupied yesterday with the
trial of Solomon Lyons, colored, for the mur
der of Henry Manlgault, colored, at Ihe Ver
dler plantation, In St. Andrew's Parish, on the
night of the 20ih of October, 1872. The State
was represented by Solicitor Buttz, and the
defence was conducted by Mesar*. R. W. Sey
mour and A. M. Mackey. The jury was com?
posed of one white and eleven colored men, as
follows: Paul Frazier, colored; Edward Sin
j joy, colored; Adam Green, colored; H. J. M.
King, colored; 8. G Bussell, colored; J. F.
Mason, colored; John Cross, colored; Robert
Aleton, colored; M. D. Brown, colored; A E.
Philippi, white; T. H. Jones, colored; Frede?
rick Roberson, colored.
The witnesses examined were Frederick
Brown, Paul Benson, James Simons and Wil?
liam Brown, all colored, and their testimony
was substantially the same as the story of the
murder already published In THE Nsws. The
deceased was the leader of an African Metho?
dist Episcopal class, of which the wife of the
prisoner was a member. The prisoner had
long suspected an improper Intimacy between
bis wife and the deceased, and on the night of
the murder the prisoner followed her to the
house ot the deceased, and a fight had enBued.
In this fight the deceased appeared to have got
the advantage, and the prisoner ran back to
his own House and picked up one of the
militia guns which bad .been distributed
among these negroes, returned to the house
of the deceased, who bad by that lime armed
himself with an axe, and killed bim by a blow
on the head with the butt of tbe gun. This
was substantially the story of the tragedy as
related by the witnesses for the prosecution in
their almost unintelligible Bea island jargon,
and there were no witnesses tor the defence.
Th? Jury were addressed by Solicitor Buttz I
for the prosecution, and by both the counsel
lor the defence, and they were briefly charged
by Judge Graham upon the law of murder and
the different grades of homicide.
The jury retired at about half-past three, and 1
were directed to bring In a sealed verdict,
which will be opened this morning.
On motion of Messrs. Porter & Conner, Trial
Justice John G. Mackey was ordered to restore
to Mr. W. A. Wilson the ship's chronometer,
No. 211, taken by him as alleged stolen prop?
Nero Singleton, colored, drunk and fighting,
two dollars or twenty days. Nero Frey sou
and Charles Henry, colored, applied for lodg- j
lng*, discharged. John Ward, fighting, one
dollar. Wm. Robinson, drunk, disorderly, and
drawing a pistol on James Johnson, turned
over to a trial justice. James Bates, drunk,
one dollar. William Marlin, drunk and dlsor
1 derly, two dollars. J. Nelson, colored, dis or- j
derly and cutting William Hicks on the band,
one dollar. Ellas Lynn, applied for longings,
1 thirty days. Aleck Edwards, stealing clothing,
turned over to a trial Justice William Parker,
stealing fruit, twenty days. Two cows and a j
goat at large, one dollar each.
Trial Justices' Courts.
Paul Meyers, colored, was before Trial Jus?
tice Rollins, yesterday, charged with wife-1
bes.tlog. The charge was proved, and he
was sentenced to one dollar and costs or twen-1
ty days In JalL_
THE WAR ON THE DRUMMERS.
An Amateur Detective Wakes Vp the
The war on the drummers ls prosecuted with
so much watchfulness and vigor in this city,
that a stranger cannot enjoy tbe luxury ot
visiting several adjoining stores without being
spotted and followed until a favorable oppor?
tunity offers for the ''spotter" to corner him.
Teiiterday an amateur detective employed by
the county auditor In behalf of the Slate
observed a gentleman carrying a small parcel
In his hand,, visit consecutively a number ol
etores on King street. The deteottve put his
hands Into his pockets, contemplated their
emptiness, and chuckled with delight at the
thought that the pockets would hot be empty
much longer, for he had "spotted" a drummer,
be supposed. He watched bis opportunity,
and as the gentleman stepped out of a pro ml
nent dry goods establishment, he touched bim
on the shoulder and proceeded to Interview
him as follows: , i
Amateur Detective. I am sorry slr, bnt I \
have to arrest you. . (
Gent. What for f* (
A. D. For soliciting orders without a ll- t
Gent. I am not soliciting orders. Who are (
A. D. Come now, that won't do. I am a
det ective, and you are a Northern drummer
selling goods without a license.
Gent. You are a detective, eh ! Well, I
think you ought to know more about your bu
slness. Ifyouwint to And out who I am go
to Messrs.-& Co., steamship agents, on
East Bay, and ask the name of the man who
noa been collecting their freight bills for the li
psst lour years ? | i
A. D. Oh, excuse me, slr 1 I-I-that is,
I've made a mistake, slr. Good morning, slr I
THE HORSE DISEASE.
Abatement of the Malady- No More
The horse disease appears to be rapidly
abating under the favorable Influences of the
good weather whloh has prevailed for the four
or Ave days. The City Ballway Company have
not lost a single horse out ot the mi.oy sick
at their stables for the past two weeks, and
t?e animals had so far recovered yesterday as |1
to enable the oompauy to run Ave cars on
each ilne. The reports from all the stables in
the' city are highly encouraging. The horses
and mules to be seen in the streets present a
much more healthy appearance than they did
a week ago, and their number has lately been
largely increased. It ls therefore safe to con?
clude that I be malady is fast dying out. The
whole number ot deaths that have resulted
from the disease will not exceed ten, and
most ot those were caused more by Impru
dence on the part of the drivers than by the
Inherent fatality of the malady.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-NOVEMBER 18.
J. R. Hanby, Savannah; B. F. Whlttemore;
Darlington; E. M. Wells, Cheraw; J. L. Dove,
Dove's D^pot; J. A. Drake, South Carolina;
W. A. Rogers, Marlboro'; C. P. Muller, South
Carolina; J. S. Johnston, TImmonsvIlle; t?.
Day and wile, Virginia; D. H. Rice, Jr., M ss
B. Bice, Barnwell; J. F. Poster, CooBaw; R.
Fisbburn, St. Paul's.
G. M. Haines, Savannah; B. R. Croosdale,
Philadelphia; J. L. D. Capers, Savannah; H.
C. Doudes, Baltimore; H. living, wile and
daughter, Philadelphia; J. Bruce, New York;
Mrs. E. W. Mercer, Columbia; J. Coon, Ohio;
H. J. Mather, New Orleans; G. C. Smith, New
York; J. Cunningham Jr., Port Royal; W. W.
xii iii m ? n ........ ^ -.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Convtjantci OT Charleston Property
Recorded Daring the Patt Week.
January 2, 1872. Lot n. s Short court,
Andrew field to Ellzaoeih A. Mo?
October 18, 1872. Tract 15 acree and
turpentine distillery St. Stephen's
Parish, Charles D. McCoy to D.
OJomand.S. P. Smith. 1,200
November 1, 1872. Lot, Charleston
Neck, Merla C. Faber, ex'rx. et. al
to T. A. Jeffords. 750
November ly 1872. Lot, Charleston
Neck, Marla C. Faber, ex'rx. et. al.
to George F. Von Koluliz. 750
February 14. 1872. 31 acres, St. Thomas'
M Parish, Wm. L. Venning to Bull
October 1,1872. Sundry lots, Charleston
Neck, James McCarey te Michael
May 30,1872. Lot s. s. St. Michael's al?
ley, J. Johnston Pettigrew to Jas.
L. Pellgru.'.. 600
November 12,1872. Lot w. s. Church
street, G. N. and C. H. Bernard to
Edward L. Weils, president. 350
November 12, 1872. Lot s. e. Beautaln
street, John S. Biggs to City Coun?
cil ot Char les-ton. 2,011
October 10, 1872. Lot e. s. Trapman
street. Charles E. Carroll, releree,
to Jno. W. McPherson. 900
March 21.1871. Lot w. s. Lynch street.
Sheriff ot Charleston County to So?
phia McEllee, trustee. 3,000
WEEKLY WEATHER CHROXCLB-During the
past week the War Department has commenc- j
ed the Issuing ol a circular under the forego?
ing name, tor the benefit o? agriculturists |
and persons engaged lo commercial pursuits.
It ls issued every Saturday, and ls merely a
summary of the telegraphic weather reports
received at the blgnal Service office during
the week. It Is printed In large, clear type
on good paper, and constitutes a neat and In?
How TO USE MERCURY.-Never put mercury
into your stomach. The proper place xor lt 1B
the thermometer or the barometer. There il
will Inform you of the changes ol temperature,
or forewarn you ot the coming ot storms, thus
indicating tbe times and seasons when lt ls
necessary to reinforce the system with Bos
tetter's Stomach Bitters, in order to ward off
the ailments which pecu lar conditions of
the elements produce. When the quicksilver
suddenly falls several degrees of Fahrenhelr,.
as lt often does at this season, fortify the sys?
tem against the depressing influence of this
sudden abstraction of heat by a dose of the
most genial and wholesome of all invigoranis.
1 Or If the indicator of your barometer points to
I stormy, brace up for those damp, driving
; gales which are sure to search to the very
marrow of an untoned organization. Fever
and ague, chronic indigestion, violent colics?
dysentery, bilious Intermittents, rheumatism
and a host of pulmonary complaints, come of
such visitations. novl9-tuths3D*w
RETAIL GROCERS, as well as Druggists, keep
Durand's Furniture Polish for sale.
FOROHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 275 King
street, are the Sole Agents for the Celebrated
Chlelley'a Kid Gloves. Each pair is sold under ?
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT 4 Co., No. 275 King |
street, have reoelved a new stock of Shawls.
Blankets, Cloak I ogs, ic. Also new J Ines of j
Silks, Poplins, Keps and Mourning Goods.
FURCHGOTT. BENEDICT & Co., No. 276 King
street, have received the latest importation ol
Paris and Berlin Cloaks, also 200 pieces of all
styles ot Carpets-great bargains.
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelete, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, (told Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
TIME IS MONET.-Clocks, fifty different sty leB,
In wood, bronze and marble caseB, at Allan's,
207 King street.
MR. SOUDER invites attention to his Stock ol
Photograph Frames just received, embracing
.ip wards of thirty different ?styles, many ol
hem of entirely new design and beauty of |
lnlsb, which he offers to cash buyers at a
imall advance on cost. SOUDER'S Gallery, No.
163 King street. _ oct31-lmo
HOUSTON'S NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERT, No.
107 King street, ls constantly ihronged with
rlsltors, who gaze upon the beautiful Photo?
graphs with wonder and amazement. The
Celebrated fiembrandt Pictures made at this
kallery surpasses anything ever introduced In
his city before. We have over fifty different
iiyle of Frames. Also, a large stocjtol Albums,
Cases, Ac. novl2-luihs3
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes. Roccklng-Horses, Carts, Wheel
mrrows, &c, just received at Von Santen's,
?Jo. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
Junll-tu_ _ _
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
At the regular communication of Orange Lodge,
?io. 14, A. F. M.. held on the nth of November?
872, the following preamble und resolutions were
inanlmoualy adopted :
The notes of departing time are continually
loundlng in our ears, sud we are dally being re
maded of the shortness and uncertainty of life.
Jue by one are our fellow mortals cut down
wound us and removed from time to eternity.
When a good man dies we feel that he 18 but ex?
changing the sorrows and trials or this proba?
tionary staie ror the joys of Heaven-that the
mysteries of earth have ceased to be masteries to
Ulm, and mat in the presence or the great Source
of all Light he enjoys the fud knowledge or troth, I
out dimly discerned by mortal eye. The roll of
he dead of Orange Lodge, No. 14, far exceeds the |
roll of the living, and FOOU tho names of us al1
nustbe transfer? ed from the one to the other.
5'nco last we sat ia f aternal counsel the mortal
Torrn or George H. smith has put on immortality,
ind we now sorrow because we shall see lils faoe
io mee. Tet we Borrow not as toose without '
nope; for we have an abiding asbU'ance that his ,'
raith has been lost in sight, and bis hope crowned
t>y full fruition. Be lt tUerefore.
Resolved, That in the death of George n. Smith !
the world has lost a go. d man, his country a use- !
ml citizen. Masonry a noble examplar, and thia <
LocUe a much lu ved brother.
Resolved, That our respectru empathies be
sommuidcated to his bereaved widow ano orphan. ,
Resolved, That a page lu our Minute Book be In- !
scribed to hi- memory. ,
Resolved, that this preamble and r?solutions
Do published In the dahy papers ol this city.
Extract from the Minutes.
JOHN B. REEVES, Secretary.
TRIBUTE OF REBPEOT. 11
At the Regular Monthly Meeting of the Vigilant | ?
Fire Engine Company, held on the evening or the
Si h of November, the following preamble and
resolutions vere ad pt ed:
in the Pro vidi ncc of God we arc again called
upon to monrn the lo-a of a valued member of
>ur Company. Thu hind or death hdS erase i
from our roil the name or Lawrence B. Lovegre n.
Although be had scarcely entered upon mindle j
ll e, he wad among the oMest in membership of i
sur asioda'ion, and for m >re than twenty year* j
he had devoted himself to fosterl. g and advanc?
ing the ends of onr Csmpany.
His long connection with us had formed ties of
the closest ch tractor, and in his death we feel a
loss common to us all.
He was among those members of the Vigilant,'t
by no means ie w in number, wno, at the call of
the State, stood In arms rother rights on the field
or battle; and the woond received by him In the
heroic discharge or his duty, at last brought him
to his grave.
It ls most utting that the Vigilant Fire FD gin e
Company, with which he was associated from bis
boyhood, should bear testimony to bis merits as
a man, and his virtues as a citizen.
Resolved, That In the death of Lawrence B.
LiiVi'gr-en, this company has reit the loss or a
valued member and a loved comrade.
Resolved, That a page lu onr M?nate Book be
de?teated to bis memory.
Resolved, That we tender to bis widow and
f i ti. i y our warmest sympathy for them lu their
Resolved, That the secretary be Instructed to
for A a da ropy or this preamble and these reso?
lut looa to the ramilv or the deceased.
Resolved, Tb?t this preamble and these r?so?
lu i urns be published in the morning papers of the
Extract from the Min?tes.
J. A. ENSLOW, Jr.,
Secretary V. s. F. E. co.
BALTIMORE-Per sehr Aldana Rokes-386 tons
rhosphace rock 61,000 leet car stuff.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFPICB CHAHLESTON NEWS, )
MONDAY EVENING, November 18, 1873. j
COTTON.-This staple WAS In steady and well
sustained demand, the market showing active,
strong, and rather firm feenres; sales abont 2700 j
bales, say l at 16 x, 22 at i J, 8 at lex, 4S at ie v. 10 j
at 16X. 60 at 17, io a: 17,v. 100 at 17X. 107an 17X,
88 a; 17#, 20 at HM, 203 ai; 17X, 112 at 17%, 823 at
18,8)8 at 18X, 468 at 18X?>. 3' tn private terms.
Ordinary t* good ordinary.18X?17X
RICK.-Thia was in fair demand at firm rates; I
soles about, 70 tierces of cl-:an Carolina, viz: 10 j
tierces at exe, 60 at o 16-16. We quote: Common
to ralr at S?6Xo; good flX?7xc.
NAVAL STOBRA.-The arrivals were about 22
bbis. spirits turpentine. A Bale of about 6000 j
bbls. low grade rosin, say strained to low No.' 1,
rook place on private terms. ?
Fas IGET.-To Liverpool, by steam, direct, j
on uplai ds, --?on sea Islands; via New
York, xd on uplands, -: on sea islands; by sall,
Xd on uplands, and Xd on sra islands. To
Havre, lc on uplands. Coastwise-tn New
York, by steam, Xo on uplands and - on sea
island-; $2 fl tierce on rice; soc ft bbl on rosin;
by sau,-o ? a. ea cotton; -cutlet'ce on
rice; 60c fl bbl on rosin; $11(912 ft Mon lumber;
$12?12 60$ Mon timeer. To Bost n, by steam
Xe on uplands and $2 60 3 tierce on rice; by sall,
-c ft lb on uplands; rosin 70c; rosa wed staff j
fi2? 12 60; timber $13?IS 60; phosphate $6@5 60.
To Provfdenoe, by sall M0?n ft M on boards;
-c ft Kt on cotton; by meam %c via New York.
To Philadelphia, by steam Xo on uplands; fl 76
? tierce on rice; soo ft bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and tbs New En. ?and cities are regularly
issued on this route, arid dispatch guaranteed.
By sall, $8 fl M on board!. ; $12 on Umber;-ft
ton on clay; $$ 60 on phosphate?. To Baltimore,
by steam -6 fl. lb; .by sall $8@8 5?fl Mon
boards; - on timber; $3 60 ft ton at city; $4?
4 60 ft ton up river on phosphate jock. Vessels
ire In demand by our merchants to take lamber
freights from georgetown, S. C., parlen and Salli
la River, Qa, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $lo@l2 ft M are the rates on timber
EXCHANGB.-Sterling 00 day bills 21X?21X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGB.- The banks parchase
sight checks on New York at X@X per coat, off,
and sell at par.
marketa br Telegraph.
LONDON, November 18.
Noon.-Consols eix. Fives 88X.
. PB.iNXFoBT. November 18.
Noon.-BOB da totf.
PABIS, November is.
NBWYOBK, November 18.
Noon.-Freights steady, stocks very etrong.
Go.d firm at 13X. Money Arm at 7. Exchange,
ong, 8X; short, lox. Governments duli and
steady, state bonds doll a .d firm.
Evening.-Fr-'Illus firmer. Money steadily
?amened, closing a'- i-'O to X commission. Sterl?
ing lower. Gold closed at 13X- Governments
dull and arm. States dull and bteady. Tennes?
LIVERPOOL. November 18.
Noon -Cotton opened quiet and steady; uplands
BXd, orleans lOXd.
Later.-cotton Arro; ttpla ids oxaSXd; Orleans
lOXalOX '; eales 12, ou j bales; exports and specu?
lar lou 20' 0,
I Evening.-Cotton cloned unchanged; sales of I
uplands tor December and J-muary SXd.
Nsw YORK, November 18.
Noon.-Cotton qnlet und Arm; sales 831 bales;
uplands laxe; o? leans i9Xo
Evening -Cotton Cnn; sales 2486 bales at lsxa
l9Xc; receipts to-d-iy-net 1892; gross U.uSJi; salts i
>: tatures today were2636 bales as follows: No?
vember 18 816al9; December 18 u-lsaisx; Jaun
try 18 11-18A18X; Februar? 1IJKMS 16-ls; Maren
!9Xal9 6 10; ApiU 19Xal9X; Hay 19 0-16ai9X.
BOSTON, November 18.
Cotton quiet and steady; middling ?sxc; net re
ct-lpta 18 bates; gross 847; aale? 30Oj_stock 4000.
PHILADELPHIA, November 18.
Cotton quiet; middlings lt sc
I.'ALTIM >BB, November 18.
Cotton firm; middling* ioc; net receipts 106 !
oaks: gross 1366; exports coastwise 26; sates 200,
IM. k 6089.
NORFOLK, November 18.
Cotton steady; low middlings IfJfAlte: net re
:eipis2644 biles; experts coastwise 1461; sales
?00; stock 9811.
WILMINGTON. November 18.
Cotton quiet; middling iBxc; net receipts 212
bales; sales HO; stock 3431.
SAVANNAH, November 18.
Cotton fl m; middling issn: net r.ceipts 4433
bales; exporta coastwise 37t6; to Hie continent
ito; eales2461;stuck 66,83i.
AUGUSTA, November 18.
Cotton In fair demand; middllogs 18c; net re?
ceipts 1018 balet; sales eis.
MBMPHIB, November 18.
Cotton active and firm; middling l8Xal8Xc
reeelpts 4907 bales; shipments 8B30; stock 28 777
MOBILE, November 18.
Cotton Arra and In good demand; mldd'lngs
I8?c; nt-t receipts 2777 bales; exports to ihe cou?
ll ucnt 1073; co AS tw Le 1240; sales 1200; atock
NEW ORLEANS, November is.
Cotton active; good ordluary 17Xc; low mid
nings 18Xai8Xc; middlings l8Xal9c; net receipts
low bales; groaa815B; exports to Continent 3561'
:nH8twise 4338; sales to-day ??u; last evenlns
1450; Stock 127,849.
GAI VE-TON, November 18.
cotron firm; good ordinary lSXc; net receipts
1364 bales; exports coastwUe 2140; sales 1200
PROVISIONS AND PB00?CB MARKETS.
LIVKBP; OL, November 18
Noon.-BreadstunN quiet; tallow 448 3d.
Evening.-common roBin lis Klai2.
LONDON. November 18
Evenlng.-Turpcntlne 39- a a40s.
" NEW YORK. November 18.
Noon.-Flour more steady, ?heat ic better
ind a shade Armer. Pork dull at $16 75ai5 80
Lura steady, steam 8Xa8>f c. Turpentine quiet at
50c. Rosin dull at $4 2084 25.
Evening-Flour quiet and unchanged. Whis?
key, more doing at 95>?a9ac. Wheat, sprloir ta2c
ictter; wli.ter quiet, bur, very Arm. corn a "had
lrmer, with a good export demand. Klee ia*.
[J*- porkheavy at $15 70815 75. Lu?d Armer at
l>ia8X. Naval atores and tallow quiet
",_ BALTISIOBB. November 18.
Flour quiet and Arm. Wheat quiet and ar?=adv
^orn steady. Oaw firmer at 42a43c. Provisions
YOI and lower; me<s $18 75ai?. Shoulders sxa
iXc. Lard Arm at 8XC. Whiskev Arm at 9ec
D MI ?IM . . v?i"iisoroN. November is.
..Erv* ,urPentlne Arm at te. Rosin Arm at
$a so r r strained. Crude turpentine unsettled
ind no sales. Tar steady at $3 30.
_, CINCINNATI, November 18.
flour steady at $7a7 26. corn nominal- ?id 42
aew 87a88. Pork sti-adv at $18 26. Urti Arm .'
?leam 7*a7X; kettla 7Xa7X Bacon uemHnd
ight and holdi-n firm; anoniders 6Xa6X- cleir
nb 10; clear sides tox. Whiskey etea 9
L0?I8VILLK, November 18
Flour quiet; extra famny $8 26. Com dall and
ewer; mixed ar d wbltr 0:1 arrival. 4^?43c Pro
miona quiet. Porte $13 60 Lard 8A8XC 'tierce
kjrs generally held at 9a9?c; sales reported at
?Xe; prime steam 7Xc. whiskey steady at 90c.
", _ Sr. Louis. November 18
Flour Armer, but not quotabl higher. Corn
lull and a shade lower; No. t mix? d 8l>ia82con
ruck. 34c In elevator. Whiskey Arm ar 90c Pork
ower: new $13, "1(i |i, 60. Kac-n lower; cash
O's lear rlo.ioxc; clear sides lOXc; order io's
rtearni'*10>?c: c'elir" dB8 llc" Lardquiet; pnmo
New York Naval Stores Market.
_ _ " NEW YORK. November 18
The Dally Bulletin savs: Krcelpis today 2ia
>bls spirits turpentine, 189 bbls rosin, lOibbis
ar. Spirits turpentine ls rapidly declining, dos
log weak- and unsettled at SOaNXo. Sales 120
bbu at 02as8o, 476 bbl-i at Ol, and loo bbls at eitfc,
both early In the duy. Strained is quiet ano a
trifle easier, closing at $4 26a4 80. stales 76 obis
at |4 26, and 40 obis at $4 40. The better gradea
are also quiet bat about steady. Sales 160 bbls
No i and low pile at : 4 76. in tar we uote sales
of loo b ls Newbern on private terms, and 60
bbls Washington at $4 37>?a4 62X- Pitch un?
New Yorlc Rice Market.
NEW YORK. November ie.
The Daily Bulletin nays: Tne market ls qnlet,
the sales being limit d to 200 bigs wangoon at 7a
7 hie. and 40 tes Car. I! na at 7 x as s c.
Receipt* by Kr.llroad, November 18,
SOUTH OA 1.0 LIN A RAILROAD.
1016 bales cotton, 61 bales gooda, 264 bbls flour,
Soars stock. To RMlroad ?gene, sloan dc Meig
liions, G W Williams t o. A E Salinas, Trenholm
A fron. Seeder A Dava, Pringle A Son, E H Frost
A 00, W U Bee ? 00 Pei z er. Hod ge rs A co, W W
Smith, Caldwell A Soo, A S MBltn, G H Walter A
co. W B amii h A co, W B Williams A co. J N Hob?
son, WISB <k ce, Wardlew A carew, Knobeloch A
Small, F D 0 Kracke, Mowry k Son, W K Byan, T
P smith, Kinsman A Howell, W 0 Courtney A co,
L i' Desatusare, Wine Bros, J 0 Mal.once, E s
Hiles, F L Meyer, Mnrdangh A Weekley, Crawley
A i enon, Counts A Wroton, W H Chufee A co,
461 bales upland cotton, 2 bags sea Island cot?
ton. 37 bbla spirits tnrpentluo. 166 bbls rosin
ca's ol lamber aaa wood, mdse. Ac. To Frost A
co, W K Myan, A J Saunas, Mowry A Son, u
H Walter A co Caldwell A Son, T P Smith, A 8
smith, W C Courtney A co, W B winiam-) St Son,
G W Williams A co, Heeder A Davis Barden A
Parker, T G Boag, Trenholm A Son, Wilcox, Gibbs
A co, Pfizer, Rodgers A co, Mnrdangh A Weekley,
W u Bee A co, Pringle A Sun, wmeBroa. WP
Dowling, Sloan A teignions Chapeau A Heffron,
iDgrabam A Son, Kavenel A co, J B Adger A co,
EPhosulx, Stoney A Lowndes, H Bischoff A co,
B Kiatte A co, Snackelford A Kelty, Order, Hall'
road Agen -, and others.
SAVANNAH AND CH A BLEU TON RAILROAD.
16 bales npland and 27 bags sea Island cotton,
280 baa h els ron g h rice, 47 bbls rosin, 81 bbls spirits I
tnrpentln?, cars lamber, md-e, Ac To H Nathans.
Fraser A Dill, Crawley A Dehnn, Stoner A,
Lownde^, S Lad son, J R Pringle A Son, T P Smith,,
8 D Stoney, L D Mowry A Son, Plr.ckney Bros,
TJtsey A Stokes, G S Hickman. H Bischoff A co,
Klnaman A Howell,. Peiser, Bougera A co, WP
Dowling. Murd-ugh A weekley; Reeder A Davis,
W M Lawton A Son, E A Jones, JOH Olanssen; W
H Green, J M Eason A Bro, and others.
Per steamer M S Allison, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise. Rockville and Way Landings-Mra 0 Berlin,
Mrs J Deighes, Mles Delghen, Mrs L LaRoche. Dr.
Lebby, R E Jenkins, F schaffer, 0 J Andell, WP
Ccate, N Felirenbaok.
PORI CALEN UAH.
MOON'S P HAS XS. -
Row Moon. 1st. 12 hours s minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 7m. 10 hoon, 82 minutes, evening,
f ull Moon, 14th. ll noars, 49 minutes, evening.
Lust Quarter, 28d, 12 honra, 26 mlnntes. morning.'
Now Moon, 30th, l hoars, 16 mlnntes, evening.
WAT s H
I CHARLESTON, 8. C.,. ..NOVEMBER 19, 1873.
j Lat86deg46min33sea | Lon 70deg67 min27 seo..
A ititi vt; u YESTERDAY
Steamship Gulf stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
left-mau Mdse. To W A Courtenay, Ki.Ilmad
Anent, A Langer, Bavenel A CO, L Chap?n, (tame
ron, Barkley A- CO, 1M Br is toil A CO, W A Mettons,
Ravenei, Holmea A co, Ellas Bros, J A Blake, Paul,
Welch A ou, P Poroner, J F Johnson, H A une, H
Maoua, J H W?hrmann * co, Knobeloch A small,
Quackei.baab, Est ill A co, McLoy A Bice, Dr U
Haer, J M Grier A lion, Kinsman B OB, 0 D Franke,
J U Hllnor A co, IS Bates A co. Dowie, Moise A
Davl', J Thompson, T Campbell, w M Bira A ou,
Douglass and Miller, J P Browne, K Thomilnsou A
co, M O'Brien, P Walsh, A M Adger, Tim Doogan,
B Feldmann A co, J K Pringle A Son, J Cosgrove,
A Tiefenthal, Hart A co, J. W Linley, A R Lewltn,
L Nenmeyer, John ion A brown, C Plenge, Byrne I
A Fogarty, H GeiOts A oo, A W Eckel, A Mn Lei sh,
J Archer, Mra Lynch, J G.over, GA Bowman,
Johnston, crews A co, T A Beamish, Shackelrord
A Kelly, B O'Neill. W Steele, W F Quinn. L uruck
er, J Riddock, Fogartlo's Book Depot, Holums's
Book Depot, Greer's BOOK Depot, L Koesur, w H
chaise A co, W L Webb, F E Wlndlieim. V Weir
t heirn, J Mpsen, Otto Popoojtepetl,, J M Martin. B |
B Healin. Peizer, i .odgers A oo. Gas Lin h > comps
uy, J M Predxbnrs, A Brookbants, craue, Boy lo?
ton A co, W F Paeden, Order, and others.
Steamship Mary lund, Jas V Johnsou, Baltimore
-left - ult. Mdse. To Murdtcal A co. Paul
0 T.cnholm, B Bo d, J U Gravar A Bro, W Knobe?
loch, C Ciselas. B Kiatte A co, J 0 Oochrau,
shaekelford A Kel y, P B Lalana A co, Jno uees:
maun A Bro, Bo.imann Bros, C Lltschgl, James J
Simons, J F Tayior A co, Ellas Bros, Hall A co,
Stolt, Webb A co, u Llllenthal A co, H Blscnoff A
co. Qaaokenbaah, Estiii A co, A Nimitz, J Wiley A
co, w Harrall, w Karacher, Ravenei A co, J Cum?
mins, F C Bumer, H Lelding, B Feldmann A CO,
Klines, Wlokenberg A co. J Hnrkamp A co, H
Gerdts A co, L -schnell, W H Chafed A Co, B J
O'Neill, U F Wieurs, Chase A Cu ti ino, E H Jack
a.ra A co, Jordan a Son, S Pallen, and others.
ur bark Mmrol, Phillip*, Sc Tu ornas, W1-141
days. Ballast. TD Gibbes A Barnwell.
sehr Lewis Ehriaan, Fooks, Ba'timore- 6 days
Coal, corn and Hose. To street Bros I co, K
Thomlloson A co, H Bischoff A co, Quackenbu?h,
Kstili A co, w F Klee, J H Wuhrmann A co, Jubn
Ca m pb en A co, Lauroy, Alexander A CO, Holmes,
Calder A co, J Gr iver A Bro. Order, and others.
Experienced very heavy westerly gales the tm lie |
steamer Plant ir. Foster, Peedee River via |
Seorgetown, s a 828 bates cotton, 230 bbls naval
stores, and sandi les. To Ravenei. Holmes A co, LI
D Mowry A Sou, 3 M Caldwell A son, A J Salinas,
w .tte Bros, G H Walter A oo, Bardln A Parker,
Wbllden A Jone i, W K Ryan, T P Smith, E H
Frost A co, W 0 linkes A co. J A J D Kirkpatrick,
Peiser, Rodgers i: co. Wilcox A Gibb*. W c Bee A
co, J 0 H flans-o i, Quacke. bush, Es till A co, A Bj
Mulligan, S K Marsh,ul A co, R White, and others.
Steamer M S Allison, Toglio, Edlsto, Enterprise, -
Rockville and Wsy Landing?. 101 baga sea laiand
cotton, mdse and sundries. To Douglas Ses ME,
Ravenei k co, I raser A Dill, L D Mowry A son.
Witto Bros. J Colcock A co, R Mure A co, w c
Ouurtney A co, U 0 Robinson, T P P Smith. Gall
lard A Minott, D McPherson, R Kt per, W K Ryan,
Stoney A Lown JOH, J S Sanders, W A Boyie, L J
Oeltz, ti Bischoff A co, C Glacing, J C H Clausseu,
Kinsman Bros, ? Johnson, M McO ny.
Sloop Floral, Sullivan, from Raotowhv. 769
bushels rough rice. TO WO Beek oo.
8oop Louise, i '''.li from Cooper River, loool
bus hois rough ri :e. To J R Pringle A Son, 1
Sloop Ailee,-, from Cuoper R.ver. 1660
bushels rough rice. To W O Bee A co.
fr loop Ellen,-, Cooper River. 880 bushels
rough rice. To 'V o Bee A co.
siuop Davie,-, from Santee. 350 bushels
rough rice. To w c Bee A co.
Boat from Christ Church. 8 bags sea Island .|
cotton. To W G arney.
Boat from Bolicaw. 2 bags sea Island cotton. 1
TO Stoney A Lo'PU des.
Boat from Christ Chnrch. io bags sea Uland
cotton. To Storey A Lowndes.
Received from Chlso.m's Mau. 46 tea rice. To
H Blsohofl A co.
Sehr Aldana Hokes, Rhodes, Baltimore-Cohen
Sehr Samuel Fish, Tee!, Bucksvllle, S C-Mas?
Spanish brig Florentina, Pujol, Barcelona.
FROM THIS PORT.
Spanish steamship Puerto Rico, Yyaguerre,
at Liverpool, Ncvemoer 18.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW TORE, November 18.
Arrived, steamships St Loon, Georgia, Greece
Arrived ont, steamships City of Brassils, Min?
nesota, celtic, Westphalia and City of Antwerp.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND BAILED FOR THIS FORT.
Br bark FUle dc ?'Air, Jones, sailed.Oct 4
The Onward, Ballard, cid.Oct 30
The Mary Jane, Jones, sailed.Sept 26
The Emma, Pender. Bailed.Sept lo
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, ssl.ed-.Sept 16
German bark Neptune, Ploglwft, up.Oct l
The Freihandel, W?chter. Balled.Oct l
The Augusta, Cnderberg, s--lled.Oct 5
Bark Hellos, H ilm, sailed.Sept 6
Span bark Providencia,-, sailed.Oct 16
Swedish brig Anna, Jansen, ?ailed.Sept 6
The Santander, Mlles, cleared.Oct 4
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.Oct 14
Sohr Mary Mangain, Bainbridge, np.Nov 0
wa"er, Berry, cId.:..T:;..t'...Nov 18
t??a W"* RORera, Sheppard, us.Nov 14
Sehr A Heaton, Rogers, np.;.....Nov ff
fS?E ?KFW Brown? old..Nev li
t??l vSSSZ* Yoan*. neared.Oct so
??? 7iS QU?er8Ieeve. barter, op.Oct 30
Sehr Albert Thomas, Ruse, cleared.NuV?
Bark Walter. Berry, np1??.M' Ort so
Brig Melrose,-ll. np" Nov li
Scar Emma D iinney,Elwell, ciwiaZ'.ii?ov 2
" _ PHILADELPHIA
scnr Electric, Dale, np. NOV io
Sehr T, O Hccaman, Robinson, cl??r?d\?.?.\oct lo
- '. - ' BALTIH?K?.
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, cid..... Nov 13 i
Bohr Sae Cummings, hyoa..//////^\\\\\\'^dpt _ \
Sehr Irene E Messervey. Wau, sailed.Nov 2
Ship Richard the Third, Hubbard, np.Nov le
HDrrj ?coos, ' &c
FALL, AND WINTER
E. W. MARSHALL & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRV GOODS ll NOTIONS.
We offer to the Trade sn unusually Large and
Weii.Parchaaed Stock or the above Goods, which
wiu be kept rall darlag the season by a Resident |
cu} er in the Northern Markets, and will bs sold j
at prices as low as can be obtained elsewhere.
E. W. MARSHALL A CO.,
No. 141 Meeting street, Charleston, S. 0.
CHEAPER THAN EVER !
THE LARGE STOCK OP
OF TOB LATE T. KELLT, AT THE STORE, No
2S4 RINO STREET, stilt unsold, will be ottered for
a FEW DATS LONGER, AT REDUCED PRICES 1 j
And all desiring to get bargains will do well urj
call and examine the Stock.
M. J?. O'COINTVOR,
Doors, 5d0l)*0 ano ?iinos
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and healer in
SASHES AND BLINDS,
STORE DOORS, FRENCH AND AMERICAN
MOULDINGS, WINDOW GLASS,
NEWELS, BUILDERS1 HARDWARE,
BALUSTERS, SLATE MANTELS.
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
No. 30 Havne street,
FACTORY, HOB LB BO K'S WHABF
mebS-fmwlv ._- ?
drags at iTJhoLeeaU.
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Mediane Paris
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belices Charcoal owes its
great efficacy, lt is specially recommended
for the following affections.
CRAMP8 IN THE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. - B?W. lafcsrcoai
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the first
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and box of lozenges.
Depjl io PIM, I FRERE, 19, m ii cob
Agents In Charleston: DD WIE, MOISE A
^DAVlS, Whole.-ale Druggists. _J
p J. LOHN,
IMPORTER OF FINE CHEMICALS, PERFUMERY
AND SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
No. 450 KINO STREET, COBNEB OF JOHN.
Now la Stock of my own importation,
LOWSON AND HAYDEN'S SOAPS,
carbolic Acid, __
Fattey's Cold Cream,
English Dalby's Carminative, British Oil, Roche's
Embrocation and chiorodyne.
TILDEN A CO.'S SOLID AND FLUID EXTRACTS.
Pharmaceutical Preparations, Sugar-coated
PIUS, AC. AGENT FOE
FORD'S SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.
AGENT FOE SOOTH CABOLTNA FOB
?B. JEROME KIDDER'S ELECTRO MEDICAL
MACHINE AND APPLIANCES,
surgical Instruments and Goods of foreign man
uracture imported to nrder.
My Dispensing Department ls complete, em?
bracing all New Remedies.
Aron assortment of Trusses and Bandages al?
ways on hand.
PHYSICIANS PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy day or night JanlOwfmiy
gapping. , r. ,
Jp OR LIVERPOOL'.^
The Ure: dsn British Bart .'NIMROD.i'.ysjA
rniLLiF3, Master, will have dlspatob fQjSK
aboreport. For freight engagements ajw to .
GlaBfcS A BARN WK LL,
novio-tf_North Atlantic Wftarf. -
J! O B L I V E R F O O Ii . vi
Theflraf-class British barn STORM? PET--?i
RtlL, S. Wl ulCK master, bein? of am^nSH*
capacity and e portion of her cargo engaged, wul
have quick dispatch.
Apply to HENRY CARD/ '
THE PHILADELPHIA. IRON STEAM
LINE, ? :
THE FIRST-CLASS IBO S SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULFSTREAM, Captain Hunter, 7 "-1
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley, . ' '? '\ ?
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a nra?
claas sea connection between Philadelphia-and
charleston, aud In ?Illance with Rall rosa compa- -
oles at both termini, afford r^pld transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from OincIanatL St. bonis, Chicago andthb
principal cities of tbs Northwest, Boston, Provi?
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres. ' '
49* The GULF 1ST REAM ls appointed -tb' hall
from Brown's Wharf on FRIDAv, 22d November,
at ll o'clock M. .->
.49" The VIRGINIA Will follow; UH ! i -
For particulars of Freight arrangements, sppty
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agon?a, No. ia
South Delaware Avenue/PhBadelphle.'. ."
novie-atnth8n ' .!"''''-" \ ' r
FO R BAL T-L MM J^EV
FRFJIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS TRADING ISSUED ' . 1
* .* ...'^[> IQ * v : rfhAff
PIULADELPIIIA, BOSTON, ,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST^
? ...':!? - . ? ::} .
The Fine Steamship MARYLAND,' J. Y.'John?
son, Commander, will sall for Baltimore, cst-FBI
DAY, 23d November, at 12 o'clock M. .
49a Philadelphia Freight? forwarded ato ,that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi.
Uonal insurance, and Consignees ar?' allowed
ample time to sample and sell their GcodsTTOm
the Railroad Depot In Philadelphia. . r .-- saT- -
For Freight or Passage apply to ^-. -^ ...
PAULO. TRENHOLM, Agent, '
DQV18 6_No. 2 Umon:W^uurrsa.g
CHANGE OF 8ATLTNQ DAYS." S? Wi
rNCRBASED SERVICE. ra ,}-rR:
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OTMPANVS
THROUGH UN? TOR" " :c' t>f
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN. *
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. ' '
Steamers of the above une leave PIT_I rif?M.
No. 42, North River, loot of Canal BtroewSfiAfiB
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of tbe iain, *L?
and 3oth of every month, except when ,tb^ dAtst
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preying.- - r
AU departures connect at Panama wl?i?He*m/.
ers for south Pacific and Ceatrai Americaa-port*
For Japan and China, steamers leave ssa Fran?
cisco first of t-very month, exoept when lt fails 0?
Sunday-then on the day preceding. ,?gr
No Caiifoniia steamers touch atHssaaa?bat
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL. ' -
One hundred pon-ids baggage free to eacixadolt,
Medicine and attendance free. ' ' T'-'?V
For Passage Tickets or other information, appry '
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
Wharf foot of Canal, street, North River, Sew
York. r F. B. BABY, Agent.
_S5???i??_? ' . "y ^ntW
LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEJSf?TOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAJ LB. ~ -
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
STEAM ?OMPANf ?^fife
?ful dispatch one or their nm-class, ron pow?
iron screw steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold,
steerage Faaaage (Offloe Ha so- Broadway) ian,
.-arrency. o' (ii1 If. Vii X.
For Fr e '.gh t or C ab in Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A (lUIOS,
No. 88 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bule Lading to Liverpool tssned
if the Charleston and New York Steamers, willoi
nake olose connection with the above line, -, ? $?
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CU., . 'Cf.
WAGNER, HUGER A COL,
nisyg Or WM. A. COURTE-IAY.,- --,
Jj! OR GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN. - . .Q
. . ?2VJ|??
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain r .?JK^w
J. T. Foster, will receive Freight Mtf?Sk?Wm?m
Accommodation -Wharr, WEDNESDAY, the som
instant, and leave at NIGHT. . .
Freight wm ce transferred on the River to tbs.
Licit Dr art steamer SWAN.
Freight and Wharfage mast be prepaid. ;, -a-.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to
RAVENEL, HOLMES-A CD, ..
novio 2_Sa 80 Bast Bay
REGULAR LINE FOB GEORGET?WH;
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.
Timo Table of Steamer EMILIE, " ?.g-TT-s,
Captain C. c. White, f,r No vern ber, ?BSHMK
LEAVE CHARLESTON. LEAVE G BORO ITO WN.
MONDAY, NOV 4, 7 A V WBONES'Y, N?V 0, 5 A M
FRIDAY, NOV 8, 7 A X MONDAY, NOV II, S A K
WSDNXS'Y, NOV 13,7 AM FBIDAT, NOV 16. SA IC
MONDAY, NOV U, 7 A M WBDNBST,NOV 20,6 AJC
H BID AT. NOV 22, 7 A M MONDAY, NOV 26, 6 AM
WEDNES'Y, NOV 27, 7 A M FRIDAY, -Nov -29, 6 A IC
TOU'lHING AT SOOTH ISLAND. WAVERLY,
KE1THFIELD AND WEYMOUTH MILLS
EVERY TRIP. -:
49-Freight received day before sailing.
Ad Freight and wharfage moat be p?pald. . ?, x
No Freight received after sunset, fi j A: J
- - --.--1-M i.v, rt 11 aMMnMI
North Atlantic Wharf, charleston, 8. g.
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown, S. 0.
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamer
DICTATOR captain L. M. Coxetter^iafJSSUBf
CITY POINT, Captain George E. McMillan, wt
leave Charleston every TUESDAY and FR ID AT
EVBNiWGS, at 8 o'clock,-Xor'8AVASSAE, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, PALATKA, AND
ALL LANDING!- ON ST. JOHN'S BITER. '
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATE A FBI
DAT MORNING, and SAVANNAH SUNDAY HORVING,
arriving here SUNDAY AFTERNOON.
CITY POINT wlU leave PALATKA MONDAY
MORNING and SAVANNAH WEDNESDAY MOEN
mo, arriving here WEDNESDAY ATTKBIOON.
O?unectlon ls made at Fernandina with Rail?
road for New Orleans aid Havana, via Cedar
Ke. s: afa?acksonviUe with Steamer^TARLIGHT
tor MellonviUe. Enterprise and Upper St. John's
River: at Tocol with Railroad for St Augus?
tine; and at Palatka with Steamers for the Ock
lawaha River. . '.iCLl'.a
AU Freight for Way Landings most be prepaia
oapor freight or Passage, having elegant ac
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf aodT
ITT; E E K.L Y LINE TO !
SAVANNAH, OA, AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, S. C. i; : !
Capialn W. T. McNelty,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf _ .^JT?^
every MONDAY MORNif a,at 8 o'clock, ?amBSSSkm
mr Savannan, Bcaufurt. Hilton Head aud ?pa?isn
Wells. Returning, will leave savannah every
lues DAY MORNING.
Will leave tor Beaufort, PaclOc and Chlsolm'a
Landings every THPBSDAY MORNINO. at 8 o'clock.
KetornlNf, will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free or storage or commission.
Freight received WBONESDATS and SATURDAYS
must oeprepalo to Way Lan .lugs
Freight received for pmnis on Savannah River,
to be tran-ferred io steamer CLYuE. which loaves
Savaunat) every TUBSDAT MORNING.
N B. After tue i6ih instsnL 26 per cent. addi,
tiona! will be chanted on Freight to a:l points,
except havannah and Beaufort. -y^
For engagements apply w>
RAVENEL, HOLMES ACO., -?
oct3-ws Sa 89 East Bay,