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MEEIISQS IBIS DAT.
Tira Lodze, A. F. M., at 7 P. M.
ToDacc^aalerB'Proteo?ve?aloa, at 8 P. M.
?vanos SAL-ES THIS DAT.
Wm. McKay will sell at half-past 9 o'olock,
at No. 35 Queen street, tue contents of a bar?
room; and at 10 o'clock-, at his salesrooms,
toys, china and glassware, ?c.
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at half-past 10
o'olock, at No. 66 Broad street, furniture, 4o.
B. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at half
past 10 o'clock, at their offloe, a mule.
The range o? the thermometer yesterday at
the drag Btora of Dr. Joseph Blackman, on
tbe soutb side ot Broad street, waa as follows:
8 A M.. 4J; 10 A. M., 48; 12 M., 51; 2 P. M., 55;
4 P. M.,' 54; 6 F. M., 52; 8 P. M., 48.
.-'Av AO. Thomas, local editor and busl
n ss m'.na?i r of the Beaufort, 8. C. Times, ls
lut?tf city, on business connected with his
-ia? Grant and Wilson Club, colored, have
courteously sent THB NKWS an invitation to
their promenade ojncert now In progress at
the Military Hall. *
-Mc John Davis, the occupant of the build
in i No. SI Cannon street, in which theare
occirrud on Monday afternoon last, is not col'
or.tl, but white. '
-Th? fine steamer Bellanca will receive
fra.gbt to-day, at middle Atlantic wharl, for
Gi. r?etowu, 8.C., and landings on the Pee-1
dd - h.vei, and will leave to-night.
-To morrow has been set apart as a day o? j
thanksgiving and prayer by the General As?
sembly ol the Presbyterian Church In the
United btates. Services will be held In the
Churches ol that denomination throughout the
-The residents o? that respectable portion
ot this city, euphoniously termed ''Rouen
boro,"' were thrown' Into a wild state of ex?
citement about hall-past 5 o'olock yesterday
afternoon, by the catching on fire of a chim?
ney at the corner of Marsh and Inspection
streets. The lire waa extinguished before any
damage could result,
A SERIOUS AFFRAY..
One Negro Stoned by Two Others anti
Throtvn Into Convulsiona.
An altercation occurred yesterday between
three colored hands employed at the works of
the Marine Blver Phosphate Company, near
the east end ot Calhoun street, In which .one
ol the number, Prince Gibbs, was seriously
lu] ired. The circumstances, as related by the
ot er hands who were present, are as follows:
till bs and several hands, among whom were
iwj brothers, Morris and George Holmes,
w. re engaged in discharging a load of phos?
phate rock from a lighter moored to the i
' wtiarf. Gibbs was about to attach tbe book or |
t..e hoisting apparatus to a tub which he had
Ulled with rock, when Morris Holmes went up
and tried to take the hook away. Gibbs
seized him by the throat and pushed bim
away. Holmes thereupon took up a large
rock and struck Gibbs upon the left
aide ol the head, near the temple,
causing him to fall down. George
Holmes bad, In the mean time, gone to
his brother's assistance. Gibbs soon regained
his feet and attempted to approach the broth?
ers, but was again struck, about the same spot
with a rock thrown by George Holmes and a
second time prostrated. Gibbs had beeu cut |
by the blows and was bleeding pretty freely,
bul be rose to a standing position, and after
pauslog for a few minutes apparently unde?
cided what to do, walked to the wharf and
,thence to the engine room near by, where he
was shortly taken with, convulsions and fell
down Insensible. He was carried to his home
lo Vanderborat street, near St. Phillp, in an
unconscious state. Gibbs and Morris Holmes
had got Into a difficulty on the previous day,
and thejbands alleged that Morris had carried
his brother George to work with him yester?
day lor the express purpose of beating Gibbs.
The brabera remained about the scene of the
a.. erection only about ten minutes after its oe. j
curren e and then made off for parts un?
MalUand Soirees Ntxt Week-Raffle of |
the Charleston Riflemen.
The coming week promises to be a galajone
la maay respect; in addi tien to the national
thanheglvlng on the 28th, which will afford
the p-:-jpi- ol South Carolina an opportunity
of rerdering thanks for the Ku-Klux persecu?
tions nd ot oe:- similar blessings, the following
balla "Sr.-; bcireea have been announced to
ta ie p ace:
.. The flrat grand annual soiree of the Charles?
ton Heck abd Ladder Company No. 1, will
ta .e place at the company's hall in Queen
st -eft, near King, on the evening of Tuesday,
th.. 2ttu Instant. The soiree promises to be
an rxueedlogiy pleasant alair. The members
ot tbe Fir* Department are requested to at?
ti d:ni">Uorm. Tba following are the names
.t ho committee of arrangement* : J. H.
Loeb, chairman; J. F. Lyons, F. J. MoGarey,
John Kresse!, J. E. Corbett.
On the same evening at 8 o'olock, the grand
ball ol the Deutsche Sohutzen Gesellscbraft
(U?rman Rifle Club; will take plaoe In th'
Hibernian Rall. The aptitude for getting up
agreeable entertainments, and for contributing
to the on|oy ment ot all who mingle with them,
which our German lellow citizens are well
known to possess, ls a sufficient guarantee ol
what the ball will be. The committee of I
ar angemenia ls composed as follows: Vic
President, G. Logemann; John Klatte, W.
M lleobauer, W. Bemken, F. J. Lil ien cha),
TheodoreMelcher*, Henry Buck, John Garves,
E. H. Knee.
On the following evening, Wednesday, the
Greenwood Social Club wi il gi re a select
soiree at Temperance Hall lu King street,
opposite the Academy of Music Th? commit?
tee is as follows: A. Kafttrom, chairman; C.
F. B. Bremer, W. h. Cooke, W. E. Milligan, R.
T. West, J. F. O'Connell, floor managers.
On Thursday evening tbe Freundscbaftsbund
will give, at their hal, corner ot Meeting and
George streets, a combined concert and dra?
matic entertainment. The ladles have been
requested to attend attired in calloo, and th>
programme will conclude with a grand calico
Tue grand raffle in aid of the Charlestoa
Riflemen Club will take plaoe this evening at |
the Merchants' Hotel ball, at 7 o'clock. The
articles to be raffled are 68 in number, consist?
ing ot a handsome sewing machine, Winches?
ter rifle, silverware, ?0. The holders of j
tickets are invited by tbe club to attend the
Beac ESTATE KALES.-Messrs. Wardlaw A
Carew sold at auction yesterday a bouse and
lot on State street, near Chalmers, lor $686;
and the lot Nb. 25 Hay ne street, twenty flvr
by one hundred and seventeen feet, for $760;
half cash, balance payable In one year. They 1 <
also seid 47 chares Mount Pleasant and Bulli* lt
Tanti Island Ferry Ca's 1 toe k at $70 per share.
United States Court.
Toe following Jurors were drawo for the
January 1873 term of the court, which opens
In this city on the first Monday in that month:
B. D. Boper, Charleston; Miles M. Brane
boy. Leesville; John Mitchell, T. M. Cater,
Charleston: Warren Mlnton, Columbia; Jessie
L Craig, Walterboro'; Colonel John B. Carew,
Cnarleston; Warren K. Heston, Georgetown;
William Drlffle, Walterboro'; W. H. Burney,
Charleston; John O. Brown, Columbia: A. J.
Burke, G. W. Nunan. Charleston ; James
Miles, Columbia; Frank Moses, Camden; P. O.
Bockwell, Aiken; J. B. DaCosta, C. H. Peters,
Henry Basc?me, Charleston.
PETIT AND PLEAS JURORS.
Tbos. Bichardson, Isaac Kline, Walterboroj;
Samuel Meares, A. Alchel, Patrick Doran, B.
K. Kinloch, P. P. Locke, Dr. David Geiger, L.
V. Campbell, Peter L. Miller, B. Doscber, M.
J. H. Osiendorff, W. 0. Dukes, A. Meiling, K.
A. Alston, H. Hogarth, Edwara Horlbeck, J. ?.
Driscoll, Charleston; J. B. C. Cuusart. Ham?
burg; Archy Green, colored, W. B. Anderson,
Mack Mabln, colored. Richard Wilson, Colum?
bia- C M. Browning, Blackville; R. G. Holmes,
Beaufort: Moses Langley, E. C. Balney,
Georgetown; Cato Reid, Cheraw; Theodore
Vince, Orangeourg; James Peterson, Kings
tree; David wilson, Bennettsville.
The following ls the decree of Judge Bryan
In the case o? Charlea Madsen and othera peil
tloners for the involuntary bankruptcy of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad Company:
Doited States of America, Eastern District of
South Carolina-lu re. the Greenville and
Columbia Railroad, ex parte Daniel B Scan
nell, ex parte Charles Madsen-Petition for
It will oe seen that the Issues made by the
pleadings lo. this case are aa follows:
First. Whether this court has jurisdiction,
the State of South Carolina having instituted
proceedings as guarantor upon tue bonds of
the respondent, and In the State court, under
which all the property of the company has
been taken possession of ?
Seoond. Wnetuer the Greenville and Colum?
bia Railroad Company ls a corporation subject
to tbe provisions of the bankrupt act?
Third. Whether the Interest coupons sev?
ered i rom ttle bonds are commercial paper,
aud the non-payment thereof for fourteen days
ls an act ol bankruptcy ?
Fourth. Whether the Greenville and Colom?
bia inroad Company was bankrupt a"'' lnsol-1
venWft ene lime lt suffered Judgment to be
taken against lt by delault?
Fifth. Whether being bankrupt and lnsol
vent, the defendant suffered payment to be
taken against lt with intent thereby to give a
^reference to those creditors, or to deteat or
delay the operation ol the bankrupt aot ?
Sixth. Wuetber the respondent nas suffered
Its property to be taken on legal process with
intent thereby to deteat and delay the opera?
tion ot the bankrupt act In the case ot tbe
State ex relatlone, the attorney general,
against the Greenville aud Columoia Railroad
As to the first question, I hold that whatever
tba interest dr lien tbe State may have in or
upon the property ol the said Greenville and
Columbia Railroad Company, if said company
be bankrupt, the Jurisdiction of the oauk
m pt court ls not ousted, because the State ls a
creditor. " . .
As to the second question, I hold that the
Greenfield and Columbia R-kit road, under the
act and decisions upon the act, ls a corpora?
tion subject to the provisions of the bankrupt
iCAs to the third question, I hold that the
Interest ooupons severed from the bonds are
commercial paper, and If the Greenville Bali
road were "a banker, broker, mercbaut,
trader, manufacturer or miner," the non-pay
ment of Its ooupons for fourteen days would
be au act of bankruptcy; but as lt does not (in
my opinion) fall within any one ot these
classes, the penalty lor auca stoppage does
AB to the fourth question, (acting Instead of
a jory,) 1 nave not oeen able to find the lnsol
vency of the compaBy, or decide that it ls In
As to the fifth and sixth questions, not hav
lng found the Greenville and Columbia Ball
road insolvent, lt is not necessary that I should
I have Btmply steted my conclusions upon
the issues presented, without arguing them
and without reference to the authority upon
which they rest for support Time bas not per
Let the decree be entered accordingly.
GBOROB S. BRYAN,
Circuit Judea District South Carolina
The petition of Wm. J. Screven, of Fairfield,
for voluntary bankruptcy, was referred to
A lot of tobacco aud snuff, aggregating
twenty-lour hundred and ninety-three and a
half pounds, was condemned for violation of
internal revenue laws and ordered to be sold.
The marshal was ordered to furnish Joaeph
M. Wilder, a prisoner confined under sentence
of the court, with a suitable supply of
E. L. Kerrison and Herman Leldlng, for
merly copartners as Kerrison & Leldlng, were
finally discharged from bankruptcy.
A. H. Ford was appointed assignee of W. J.
Maxwell, bankrupt, or Darlington.
In the case of Goodman & Son, bankrupts,
$18108 of the assets were ordered to be paid
to John J. Stork In sat Isl action ol a Hen.
The sealed verdict rendered in the case of
Solomon Lyons, colored, who was tried on
Monday for the murder ot Henry Manlgault,
also colored, at Verdler'a place, St. Andrew's
Parish, on the 20th of October, was opened
and read In tbe court yesterday morning. It
pronounced the accused guilty.of manslaugh
The court was occupied yesterday with the
trial ot Robert W. Brown, colored, for the
murder of Ellis Allen, colored, at Gray's lot In
St. Phillp street, on the night of the 5th ot Oe
tober last. Brown, lt will be remembered,
cleft Allen's skull with au axe, In au alterca?
tion which was witnessed by no persons other
than those engaged. Messrs. John G. Mackey,
R. W. Seymour and E. Baynard Seabrook ap?
peared tor the defence, and Solicitor
Butts for the State. The examination ol
witnesses was conducted by Mr. John I i
G. Mackey. A large number were ex-1 !
amlned, but their testimony was prin?
cipally hypothetical and very contra?
dictory. One of the witnesses testified to
having heard Allen say that he would make
Brown eat his breakfast in h-L Brown was
also put upon the stand by his counsel. He
testified that Allen attempted to cut bim with
a knife and that he struck the blow with the
axe as the first weapon of defence that pre?
sented itself, but without the Intention to kill.
A knife similar to what sailors call a Jack?
knife was found on the morning after the af?
fair near the spot where Allen had fallen. This (
knife was clearly proven to have been Allen's j
property; and lt was on this fact and the ?
above declamation alleged to have been made
by Allen that the argument for the defence ? j
rested. The argument for tbe defence 11
was made by Messrs. Seymour and Seabrook.
Mr. Seabrook spoke first, and lt was three
o'clock by the time that he concluded. The
oourt then took a reoess until five o'clock. On
reassembling Mr. Seymour resumed the argu
ment, and he was followed by Solicitor Buttz
for the Slate. At the conclusion of the solid
tor's argument the judge obarged the Jury
upon the merits of the case. The Jury (which
Is comp, sed of two white and ten colored men,
as follows: Bobert Allston, white, fore?
man; George C, Webb, colored; J. H. Aibere,
white; John Crosp, James Lewis, 8. C. Browo,
H. W. Smallp, P. M. Gregorie, A. B. Mitchell,
J. B. Wright, Alex. Williams, and T. D. Smalls,
odored,) retired at about eight o'clock, and
was ordered to render a sealed verdict, after
which ihe court adjourned. Up to a late hour
last night the Jury had failed to agree.
Trial Justices* Courts.
William Rivers, colored, wan arrested yes?
terday on a warrant of Trial Justice Levy and
committed tn Jail for examination on the charge
jf striking Policeman O'Donnell on the head
ind rendering him insensible on tbe night of
;he 28th of last September. The circumstance I
?vas fully related la THE NEWS at the time of KB
occurrence. Several negroes were creating a
il8turbance In South Bay street, and O'Don?
nell, In attempting to arrest one of them, was
jet upon and beaten until he became Insen?
Phillp Harris, oolored, arrested several days
ago for stealing forty dollars from Mr. Cum?
mings, of Bldgevllle, was turned over to Trial
Justice Cantwell, of that place, for prosecu?
tion. Trial Justice Cantwell has also made a
requisition for the notorious Hector Gardner,
who. recently committed a burglary and
larceny at Bldgevllle, and who was subsequent?
ly captured on the Citadel Green by the de?
tectives while about to enter the circus. He
will be dellvered up on Friday.
MorriB Gadsden, oolored, encountered an
Intoxicated citizen on the streets, a few nights
ago, and relieved bim of bis watch and chain.
He was carried before Trial Justice Mackey
yesterday, and sentenced to five dollars and
costs and restoration ot the watch and chain,
or thirty days In Jail.
John Drlggers, a boy, applied for lodgings,
returned to his parents In Summerville. G.
Johnson, drunk, one dollar. John Buck,
drunk, disorderly and abusing the police, one
dollar. Charles Allo, Alfred Alio, Lester WU
let. Eldred Bates and Charles Erlon, applied
for lodgings, discharged. Four cows and one
goat ac large, one dollar each. The Are in
Cannon street was referred to Inspector Fer?
guson for investigation into the cause.
Arrangements for the Convention or (
tbe State Association-Tribute to the
Late F. J. Porcher-Delegates and
A meeting of the Survivors' Association of |
this conoty was held last evening in the
Charleston Library building, at the corner of |
Broad and Churoh streets. It was presided
over by General R. H. Anderson, the presi?
dent. The object of the meeting was the elec?
tion of delegates and making arrangements
for the convention of the state Association,
whloh assembles In this city on the 12th prox*
imo. A committee ot arrangements was ap?
pointed to secure a suitable hall for the con?
vention, and to provide a supper for the occa?
sion. Another committee was appointed to
meet General J. B. Hood at the depot on his
arrival In the city. It has already been an?
nounced by THE NEWS that General Hood
would deliver the annual address of the as?
sociation. He will arrive In this city
on the 8th of December. The committee
of arrangements were authorized to
engage rooms lor General Hood In one of the
city hotels at the expense of the association.
A preamble and Bet of resolutions eulogistic
of the late F. J. Porcher, Introduced as a tri?
bute of respeot to his memory by Major
Theo. G. Barker, were un animously adopted.
The following delegates were eleoted to tbe
convention: General James Conner, Colonel
B. H. Butledge, Captain John S. Fairly, Cap?
tain A. G. Magrath, Jr., Captain F. K. Huger.
Alternates, Colonel Zimmerman Davie, Major
Hutton Lee, Captain W. A. Kelly, T, P.
Lowndes, Esq., and E A. Smythe, Esq. The
committees are composed as follows: Com?
mittee of reception-Colonel E. McCrady, Jr.,
Mrijor T. G. Barker and Captain L. D. De
SausBure. Committee of arrangements-Colo?
nel John M. Kinloch, Captain James Arm?
strong, A. W. Marshall, Jr., E. H. Sparkman,
W. W. Pemberton, D. B. Gllllland, H. C. Rob
ertBon, D. Ravens], Jr., G. M. Leitch and S.
MORTUARY REPORT POR THE WEEK.
The following ls the official return of deatbB
in the City of Charleston, for the week end?
ing November 16, 1872.
BLACKS OB COL
Eu ter. tis.
Pre m a ture
Want or Vital
6 I 8 I 9 I 8
Whites 3, Blacks and Oolored so-total S3: and
[Inderi year oi age.
Between 1 and 6 years or age...
Se twee a 6 and 10 years or age...
Between io and 20 years of age...
Between so aud 40 years of age...
Between 40 and 60 years or age...
Between 60 and so years or age...
Between so and 70 years of age....
apt ween so and 90 years of axe...,
Oso. 8. PELZSK, M. D., Olty Registrar.
HOTEL ARRIFALS-NO V. 19.
J. W. Fairey, Branchville; Rev. W. H. Dow
lng, Buford'* Bridge; T. M. Creecy, A. Brlnck
ey, S. C.; J. Edwards, N. C.; 8. Brothers,
Reevesviil?; 0. L. Garham, str. Champion; A.
I. Atkins, J. L. Turner, Cowards; C. C. Craw
ind wife, Miss N. Craw, Miss G. Craw, Miss M.
Draw, Miss E. Petty, M. A. Craw, C. Meade,
??ewark, N. J.; B. C. Raylbom, N. Y.; S. M.
Scott, Williamsburg; Mrs. S. E. Lucas and
laughter, N. C.; J. Flshburn, Oakley; V. T.
Blanton, Winlaton; J. A. Ferrell, Salters;
Knox and Wheelock, Mt. Pleasant.
R. H. Stevens, J. A. Palmer, Georgia; 8. St.
Iobn, Augusta; D. D. Bowers, Brooklyn; R.
Lucius, Savannah; G.Lucius, Havana; H.
?olomoD, H. Sampson, Columbia; H. T. Talla
ierro, Virginia; C. H. Brooks, Chicago; W. fl.
3outb Carolina; A. Schock, Savannah; A. J.
?Doe, Boston; G. B. Aiken, J. E. Trippe, J?.,
Baltimore; J. W. Guppy, wife and three chll
Iren and one nurse, E. L. Gookln, H. W.
Foote, wife and two si rvants, New York; R;
B. Badgers, North Carolina; T. Squire, wife,
,wo children and nurse, Miss G. Otto, New?
port; E. Harmon, Jr., and wife, Miss G. Cook,
Sew Y?rk; J. Nelson and wife, Newport; Mrs.
r W. Collins and child, W. H. Ellis. England; j
3. R. Davidson, Liverpool; Mrs. W. L. DePass,
mild and servant, A. Demaust, New Orleans;
X Zimmerman, wife and daughter, Orange
>urg; J. A. Wilson, H. D. Musselman, Balli- ?
nore; P. Mayo, Massachusetts.
FOREIGN EXPERTS,-Messrs. Street Bros. &
Jo. cleared yesterday the Argentine bark
Snrlque, for Liverpool, with 13 bags sea Island I i
otton and 1948 bales upland cotton. 11
THE CHARLESTON DRAMATIC CLUB.- At the
Anniversary meeting ot the Charleston Dra?
matic Club, held on the 16th instant, the fol?
lowing officers were eleoted to serve for the
ensuing year: J. E. Thomas, president; J. E.
Evans, vice-president; F. C. McCants, secre?
tary and treasurer; J. A. Ball, assistant secre?
tary; M. C. Smith, business manager; B. L.
Mathews, stage manager; T. E. Buff, floor
manager. Finance Committee-D. Welakopf,
ohalrman; C. 0. Glenn, J. A. Leman. Com?
mittee on Lettera-W. L. Bird, chairman;
J. W. Weltaell, M. C. Smith.
WE CALL attention to the advertisement of
the Ph?nix Insurance Company of Brooklyn,
N. Y., which appears In another column, of
which Mr. 8. Y. Tupper 18 agent. ThlB com?
pany has stood the disasters of Chicago and
Boston, and Ita large capital and surplus haa
proved a safeguard to Its policy-holders. It
paid Its Chicago losses without borrowing a
dollar or selling a security ol any kind, and lt
will pay Its Boston loases In like manner, leav?
ing a whole capital and surplus of over $1,600,
000. The Phenlx ls well worthy of public
MANHATTAN FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY OF
NEW YORK.-This well known and popular
company, reorganized since the Chicago fire,
with a cash capital recently paid In, and assets
amounting to near half a million of dollars,
has established an agency in Cbarleaton, of
which Mr. S. Y. Tupper has been appointed
manager and general agent. The Manhat?
tan passed through the Boston fire with a loas
of less than thirty thousand dollars.
ONE CASE MORE of those cheap 12-4 Quilts,
only $2, worth $3. Three cases of Super Bed
Blankets at ti, $5. $6 and $7 60 per pair. La?
dles will find the above goods very cheap, at
Stol!, Webb A Co. nov20-wfm6
MESSRS. STOLL, WEBB A Co. bpg to offer a
fresh aaaortment ol Cassi mere?. Tweed?, and
French Clothe and Doeskins. Also, Water?
proof Oloaklnga, In gray, mixed and gold
miked, at $1 26 to $1 60. nov20-wlm6
"NEW STYLE CALICOES."-TWO caaea of as?
sorted New Style Calicoes, just opened In our
retail department. Ladles will find the above
goods the neatest ever offered on King street,
at Stoll, Webb 4 Co. nov20-wfm6
A FAVORABLE NOTORIETY.-The good repu?
tation ot "Brown's Bronchial Troobea" for the
relief of Coughs, Golds and Throat Diseases
has given them a favorable notoriety.
CERTAINLY tbe best article ever Invented ls j
Durand's French Poliah. Try lt on your bed
FUROHOOTT, BKNEMCT & Co., No. 276 King
street, are tba Sole Agenta for the Celebrated
Cbielley'a Kid Gloves. Each pair ls sold under j
TIME IS MONEY.-Clocks, fifty different styles,
lu' wood, bronze and marble cases, at Allan's,
307 King street.
FUROHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 275 King
street, have reoelved a new s?ock of Shawls,
Blankets, Cloaklngs, &c. Also new lines of |
Silks, Poplins, BepB and Mourning Gooda.
FCRCHQOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 276 King I
street, have received the latest Importation of
Parla and Berlin Cloaks, also 200 pieces of all [
styles ol Carpets-great bargains.
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to |
Allan's, 307 King street.
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-Tor Silverware,
One Watches, void Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
MR. SOUDER invites attention to his Btock ol
Photograph Frames Just received, embracing
upwards of thirty different styles, many ot
them of entirely new design and beauty of
finish, which he offers to cash buyers .at a [
?mall advance on cost. SOUDER'S Gallery, No.
263 King Btreet. octSl-lmo
You MUST go to Yon Banten's, No. 7.29 King
street, for all Popular Gamea, Outdoor Sports
and Home Amusements. oct30-w
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Bashes, Blinds,
Balusters, MouldlngB, Ac, are kept constantly
ou hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Ha vue street and No. 33 Pin c k n ey street
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck'B wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the j
nest manufacturers. moh8-fmwlyr
C 'JUME lt CI A J, NEWS.
LIVERPOOL-Per Argentine bark Enrique-18
baga sea island cottoo, 1948 bales upland cotton.
Nxw YORK-Per ateam hip Charleston-io bags
sea Island cotton. 1?16 bales upland cotton, 146
balea Domeatlce, lis tierces i ice, 121 packages.
The Charleston Cotton, Rice ?nd Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, \
TUESDAY EVENING, November 10, 1872. j
COTTON.-Thia market had an active and atrong
character, with a steady and good Inquiry pre?
vailing, in which faotors were enabled to harden
their rates H&Ho ? th. Sales 2600 balea, aay 178
at ia J?, 1 at lox, 174 at 17, 82 at 17*, 90 at 17*.
39 at IT\, 778 at 17X, 284 at 17X, 126 an 17X, ns
at xix, 165 at 18, 82 at 15*, 116 at 18*, 25 at
18 516, 30 at 18X. 16 at 18*0. We quote:
Ordinary te good ordinary.17 @17X
Low ml idling.17X?18
RiCB.-Tb ti grain waa tn active demand at firmer
rates; salea about 4.0 tierces of clean Carolina,
say 92 tierces at axe, 110 at oj?c, 60 at 61616c.
120 at 7c. We quote: Common to fair at ex@6Xc;
NAVAL STORK.-The arrivai were 118 bola,
spirits turpentine, and 336 bola, rosin. Balta
SOO bbls rosin at $3 05 for No. 1 and extra No. 1,
$3 86 fur low pale, and $4 6o_for paie, strained
m-ty be quoted at about $3 so" - Splrlts?jnrpentine
dull-no sales of note. *?
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Bteam, direct, -
on uplands, - on sea Islande; via New
York, Xd on uplands, - on aea ulanda; by san,
Xd on nplanda, and Xd on sea Islands. To
Havre, lc on uplands. Ooaatwlae-to New
York, by steam, Xe on uplands and-on sea
island - ; $2 fl tierce on rice ; 60c * bbl on rosin ;
hy sall, -o f* lb en cotton; --c fl tierce on
rice; soc fl bbl on rosin; $U@12 V M on lumber;
112^12 60 V Mon timner. To Bost n, by steam
Vc on uplands and $2 60 9 tierce on rice; by sall,
-c fi ft on uplands; roaln 70c; resawed stuff |
$12? 12 60; timber $13@13 60; phosphate $6@5 60.
To Providence, by sad $io@n v M on boards;
-o ? ft on cotton; by steam Xo via New York.
To Philadelphia, by steam Xe on uolanda; $i 75
9 tierce on rice; eoe fi bbl on rosin; $1 on aplrlts.
Through billa of lading given to Boston, Protl
lence and the New England cities are regularly
saned on this route, and Dispatch guaranteed.
3y pall, $8 9 H on boards; $12 on timber;_fi
on ou clay; $8 60 00 pnospnate*. To Baltimore,
>y swam -o f> ft; by sall $8@8 6of> Mon
wards;- on timber; S3 60 fl ton at city; $4?
160 fl ton np river on pbospbate rock. Vessels
ire la demand by our merchants to take lumber
relghts from Georgetown. S. C., Datlen and Satll
a River, Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $io@i2 ? M are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling so day bills 21X@21K
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE_The banks pnrcbase
alght cheeta on New Tort at K@K per cent, off,
and sell at par.
markets by Telegraph. -,
LONDON, November 19.
Noon.-C jil sola 92%. Fives 88K
PARIS, November 19.
Noon.-Rentes 52f 65c.
Nsw TORK, November 19.
Noon.-Freights quiet, stocks steady. Money
quiet and Arm at i-a:ai-ia per cent per day. Gold
heavy ac 13K. Exchange-long 8K; fchortlOK
Governments dull and steady, state bonds
strong, but dull.
Evening -Money 7, gold, to % commissions.
Sterling lower a? 8 to 8*. Gold l3Kal3X_ Gov?
ernments closed firm at a fraction decline* States
steady. Freights steady.
M- LIVERPOOL, November 19.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and steady; up
lauds 9?d, Orleans lOKaiOKd.
Later.-Cotton steauy; upland i 9Kd, Orleans
loxaiutf; sales 12,000 bales; speculation aud ex?
Evening.-Cotton ?closed unchanged. Yarna
and fabrics have a downward tendency.
Nsw YORK, November 19.
Noon.-Cotton dall; sales luss bales; upiaods
19X, Orleans 19XC.
Evening.-Conon arm; sales 2600 bales at 19>i a
19Xo; nt t receipts 414 eales; gross rec lpn 7043;
sa e* of futuies 9:5o Dales, as follows : November,
ladies'; December, 18X418 18-16; January. 18Xa
1818-16; February, 18 16 lflalwK; Maren, 19 8 16;
April, ia 7-i6?i8>?; May, i9Kal9X. Sales of
futures last eveulug -too balea, as follows: No?
vember, 18 l6-ieal9; December, 18 n-i6.?isx; Jan?
uary, 18 ll-lSal8lS-la; February, lanais 16-16;
March. 19>i; April, ia>;ai9 7-16; May, ia 9-la; Jane,
BOSTON, November 19.
Cotton steady; net receipts 200 bales; gross
2621: sales 400; stock 4O0O.
BALTIMORE, November 19.
Cotton firm; middlings 19c; gross receipts 470
oa'es; exports to contment 200; coastwise 3o6;
sales 107; stock Olio.
NORFOLK, November 19.
Cotton quiet; net receipts 20uS bales; exports to
brest Britain 790; coast wise 2669; sales soo; stock
WILMINGTON, November 19.
Cotton quiet; net receipts 102 bales; sales 131;
HAVANNAH, November 19,
Cotton linn and In fair deland; middlings
i8\c; net receipts 418?I bales; exports to Ore?t
Britain 8080; to contment 1198; sales 8213; stock
AUGUSTA, November 19.
Cotton lo good demand; middlings 18c; net re?
ceipts 1090 bales.
MEMPHIS, November 19.
Colton Arm with fair demand aud oflerings
ligne ; middlings l8Xal8Jio; receipts 2052 bates;
shipments 1831; stock 28,998.
MOBILE, November 19.
Cotton-good ordinary I7fcc; low middlings 18
alSXc; mlddllugs l8Kal8X"; net recela* 2980
bales; exports coastwise i960; sales 1600; stock
Nsw ORLS ANS. November 19.
Cotton Arm, with little don g; good ordinary
17Xc; low middlings 18X: middlings l9Xi net re?
ceipts 6963 bales; grosb 6889; exporta to ui eat Bri?
tain 3094; Continent 3397; sales 1600 bales; last I
evening 4800; stock 120.147.
GALVESTON, November 19.
Cotton linn; good ordlaary ia xe; ordinary
15X; net receipts 1360 bales; sales 1700; stock
PROVISIONS ANO PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, November ie.
Noon.-Breadstuff's steady. Cora 28a. Tallow
LONDON, November 19.
Evening-Turpentine opened at 40s, ciosed at
Nsw YORK, November 19.
Neon.-FlourBteady. Wheat very Arm. torn
' ad var. cmg. Pork doll; mess $16 7oai6 95. Laid
steady; steam 8Ka89-l0. Tuipentlue quiet at
OOfcaOl. Rosin dud at $4 20a4 26.
fcveuing.-flour In fair request and stead?.
Whiskey io? er at 06a9do. Wneat be d 2 to 3e
higher, storplog business. Corn lc better, but
Inuactlve. Rice steady at 7KaSXo Pork lower
I at $16 6oalO. Lard dim at sxaaxc. radow
BALTIMORE, November 10.
Flour, Improved demand and favor buyers, su?
perfine $6 26a6 60. Wheat heavy, no choice
samples offering. Corn steady. Oats Armer,
Southern 42a4Sc. Provisions heavy (or round
lots. Pork lower, on t be spot $10, to arrive $16 60.
Bacon, lard and whiskey unchanged.
WILMINGTON November 10.
Spirits turpentine qnlet at 45 x. Rosin Arm
at $8 60 for strained, $6 60 for extra pale, $4 lu
(or paie. Crude turpentine steady at $3 for hard,
$6 for yellow dip and vi 'gin. Tar Arm at $3 00
CINCINNATI, November io.
Flour steady. Cor., demand light and holders
Arm. Pork quiet at $13 26. Lard, steam Arm at
7,?io; kettle quiet at 7*a7Xc Bacon quiet; old
1 snou'ders 5 ac. nt>w clear rib toe; ciear sides loxc
Whiskey Arm at 89c
The New Torie Cotton market.
NEW YORK, November 16.
The Financial Chronicle says; we have bad a
variable fluctuating market the past week. On
Saturday the transactions for spot cotton were
light, the martet weiiR, aod prices fell off au Kel
Munday there was but little improvement lu the '
demand, and at 'he dose a funner nee lue was
reported ?fan Kc. Tue-day tbe demand for ex?
port Improved considerably, and abetter feedug
was apparent with a firmer market, thougn no
change lo the quotatlous. Ou w ednesday this
Improved feeling wan further developed, p> Ices ad?
vanced an Kc and it further advance of an Kc
was establlsued on the (ol owing day, Thursday.
To day the market has been quiet and dull, and
cloaeB with the advance barely maintained.
For future deliver? the improvement has been
rauob more decided than In cotton on tue spot.
The lowest prices of the week were reached ou
Monday, subsequently there was a recovery con?
tinued eaoh day, until at the cioae of Thursday's
busli-ess, when the entire improvement had
reached KBKC the greater advance being for No?
vember and March; for which the demaud bas
been specially active, and the smaller advance
being for the winter month-?, which hive been
comparatively neglected. The leedlog influences
at work Increasing the depression early lu the
week were enlarged ea tim at ts of the ci op, the
unfavorable fl asocial outlook in Europe, and on
Monds-y and Tuead ay the Boston fire As, how
I ver, the receipts ct our ports during the aime
time indicated a considerable falling off, and the
effe t of the Bo-ton Are began to be more correct?
ly estimated, the reaction set In which we have
noted above resulting lu ttie advanoe of not h
spots and futures. To-day there was more dlspo-1
sltlon to attribute the decreased arrivals-at the
ports to special clrcunasianees, and consequently
tue feeling was lesli lavorable
The prices for fritures last reported were (basis
lowmiddllna) 18Xc for November. I8x? for De?
cember, 18K- for January, l8Xc for February,
19c for Maroh, ie 6-lOc for April. lOKc for May,
and iO\c for June. The rout salea of this de?
scription for the week are 130.260 bales. For Im
. edlatedellvety tue total raies foot up this week
12,080 bales, h.eluding 6462 for export, 6160 for
consumption, 245 for speculation, and 233 in
New York Rice market.
Nsw YOBK, November 18.
The Dilly Bulletin says: The market ls steady
and whohy unchinged. We note sales of 200
bags Rangoon ac 7a7XC and 40 tierces Carolina
New York Naval Stores market.
Nsw YORK, November 18.
The Dally Bulletin says: Bpirlta tu- pen tine con?
tinues weak and offered at the close at OOo. Sales
42 bbls at eoe; luo obis at Ole, and 200 bbls at 02c.
Strained rosin is weak and lower, hales Include
200 bbls good at $4 86; 300 bbls do at $4 30, and
common strained at $416. We quote for rouud
lots $4 I6a4 20 for common, and $4 20a4 25 ror
good btratned. In the flner grade? we note sales
or 600 bbls No 1 at $4 76. Tar la ver? scarce and
Arm. Pitch ls Bteady.
WILMINGTON. November 18.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-.-alea of 114 ca*ka at eeo
per gallon ror Southern packages, a decline of lc
on laac sale
ROSIN.-strained has declined io cents on last
sale. Sales to-day of 20.0 bbls strained at $3 60
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-235 bbls were placed this
morulug at market price. Tbe highest offers at
tue time of closing our repon were $3 26 for
hard, aod $6*Tor veilow dip and virgin.
TAR -Market steady, sales of 23 bbls at $3 30
COTT.IN.-sales of 238 bales as follows: Oat 17,
02 at 17K, 100 at 17K- 28 at 17K 8 at KS'. 13 at
18K, and 10 at 18C per lb. We quote a quiet and
Receipts per Railroad, November 19.
sonni CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1182 bales cotton, loo bales gooda, loo bbls flour,
3 cars stock. '1*0 Raliroau Agem, K nure A co,
w B Williams A FOU, Heeder A Davis, W ss A co,
T P .?mitti. A J Salina?, A fe MuMgan.alOon A seig?
niors, G H Walter A co, fe U FnrSt 4 co, W K
Ryan, Pelzer. Rodgers A co. G W Wiluamh Ac.
W W Smith, W c Bee A CO. Bollmann Bros, Tren
holm A son. B O' s elli, J N Robson, Kavenel A
CO, Witte Bros, Kinsman A Howell, Pringle A Sun,
Mowry A Sou, O A Graeser. Caldwell A son,
counts A wroton, J eolootk A co, A S - mltb, L u
DeSaus8ure, Murdaugh A Weekley, W B Dowling.
271 bales upland and 7 bags sea island cotton,
42 bola aplrl's turpentine, 6/3 bbls rosin, cars lum?
ber, mdse, Ac To ? ll FIOSCACO, WK K>ao,
A J Salina?, T P 'smith, A S ami'h. W c court?
ney A co, W B williams A sou. G w Williams A
co Reeder A Dav]-, Pelzer, Kodgers A co, J A J
D Kirkpatrick, w O Bee A co, Pringle A son, sloan
A Selgnious, Bollmaun Bros, Kinsman A Ho weil,
Howard Bros, Bxvanel A co, Gaillard A Minott, E
Welllng,|Ballroad Agent, Order, and others.
Per steamahln Oharleston. ror New York-Jaa
No le, Miss Noble, Mr Abbott, W D Garring.
Per steamship Champion, rrom New York
Mrs Jessup and family, W H Klus, H W F?oie.
Mn? Foote aod maid, F pqolies and wife Helen
Squires, ? J Pani, E L Godkin, Kiss McCoy Miss
gut, KO Bayldon?, S D Bacot SS Soi ey, J B
Steele, E Maolgauit, A Booba, T E McCloref MUs
H Harmon, Miss E F Hatch, Mis? ESoT? Har?
mon, Jr, Mrs J w Collins and child Grace ?tin j
Neilson and wife Mis-, M hMa^lSfSiffi
?J5j M "?ok. Miss G cook, J W Guppy wlte 3
chllaren and nnrse, T Davids, Wm L David?i l
Wlf^M Or|^,P5 M^?a" ^?sMWeuS J H Derrik
and wife, Molly Hump-lwp'and w ?t'e???"1'*"
Per steamer Pilot Bov, rrom ?ava.,n?h "io
Beaufort, 4c-FCook, J c Snyder wutf?ftfthi?
? Dunn, O Tronche, and 6 on deck
MAMINE. If JEWS,
CHARLESTON, a. C...NOVEMBER20, 1872.
uat M nug 40 min?3 aec. | Lon 7?deg67 mumaeo
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New* Yort_
leit ?eth mst. Mdse. To James Adner A co
Adams, Damon 4 co, J Apple, o ? Ahrem 4 co
O W Armory, J Apple, G W Almar, H Baer. W ?
Bea A co, (si Berousse, A Bischoff, W M Bird 4 co
Boilmanu bros, B Bo> d, T M Bristoll i co, O Bart 4
co, H Brown, E Bull, E ? Burnnam, E Bates 4 co
O H da?asen, L Cohen 4 oo. Cohen 4 Wells J H
Devereux. Do wie, Moiae * Davis, Milt a Drake, H
A Due 4 Son, Ellas eros, A W Eckel 4 co. B Feld
mann 4 co, D Fitzgibbon, D F F leming 4 co, For
sythe, Mccomb a. co, Furchgott, Benedict 4 co
Fogartle's Book Store, Stn? Fogartie, *erg't ?
El .od, J S Fairly 4 co. H Gerdts 4 co. Rev J M
Oreen, M H GarrunkTe, p L QuUiemln, J n Hale 4
LO. J Hanlon, wm Howell, A H Hayden, Huger 4
Ravcnel, J Hurkamp 4 co, N A. Hunt, Holmes 4
calder, I Uymau 4 co, F S Holmes: c Hi key,
Han 4 co, Holmes' Book House. E .> Hall, E H ir
man, Jr, Mrs nuneken, Miss R Hart, A Hiing.
Jedords 4 CJ, Johna n a Brown, JonuBton, t rewa
4 co. A Johnson, Jaaer Bios O E 4 A a Johnson,
Kinsman Bros, Rimes, Wlckenoerg 4 co, H
Blatte 4 co, Kresse! 4 Branden H w Krlete, J P
Kelp. M N Klein. P B Lalane 4 co, L urey, ilex
ander 4 co. J H Lopez, P L?tz G J Lutin, J H
Lawton, Mmtoue 4 co, si Marks, S K Marchall 4
co, H Martin. W Marscher, Mclnnia A co, W
McLean, J Meltzler, w A Mertens, Menke 4 Mul?
ler. Manln 4 Mood, Wm G M- od. Jr. J G alinor 4
co, K Muller, Wm Matth e-sen, Mc Loy 4 Bice, M
U Nathan. D O'Neill 4 son. T S Ni paon. G L Osten
dorn, W F Paddon, C P Popneuheim, D Paul 4 co,
E Terry, Quackenbuah, Est LU 4 co. Bavenel 4 oo,
Kavent!, Holmes 4 .co, Riordan, Lawson 4 co, j
Beaufort Kepuolioan, J R Kemi, Sell 4 Fos'-er L
Schnell, F E Schroder, W Shepherd 4 co. D -H Su
cox, Southern xpreas Company, steele it War?
dell, J F Stelling, A Stelling, Stedens Werner 4
Ducker. E B Stoddard 4 co, A cumnor, W steele,
5 s aolumuns, H >U gun*. O W Svlh-s. Smith 4
Valk. J Shaw, O F Sobweuman, sunday Times, p
schuokmao l achuru, J F ra. iori co, R Tuom
Hu aun 4 co, P P Tosle, M Trltst, Thornes 4 Lan
neun. A L Tyler, s Thom eon. W Uflerhardt, 0
Voigt, Walker, Evans 4 Cogswell, K W White. O F
Witters, P Wiseman 4 cu, Mrs S Watta, D A
Walaer, W J Yates.
t-chr E S Glideraleeve, Shailer, New York, -
days. Mdse, io E F Sw*egan, S C Raiiruaa
Age.it, Adama 4 Damon, H uaer, B Boyd, Bult?
mann Brus, H Bischoff 4 co, C Berbusse, W M
Bird 4 co. U Bart 4 co. cameron, Barr, ley 4 co,
W H CbaTee 4 co, Duwle, Moine A Davis, u H
Fra ike, E M Grlmke, Wm Harrail, Holmes 4
oaidcr, D Jennings 4 Sen, H Klatte 4 co, O Lilien
thal Sc CO, W McLean. Marlin 4 ttood. W Marscher,
AMcOobb, Jr, Bernai d O'Neill, Order, Quacken
bush, Estlll 4 co, r klee, Kieoke 4 Petermann,
Roach & Moffeu, Ravenel 4 Holmes, S effetm,
Werner 4 Ducker, D H Silo X stoney 4 Lowndes,
K von Santen, O F Wietera W L Webb, Weartrn
tjnlon Telegraph company, Wagener 4 Monsees,
P Wlneman 4 co, G W wu?ains 4 co, Buloken 4
V? ohltmaan, R D White, and others
sc ir Matoaka, Fooks, Bat im vc - 5 days.
Gnano. To street Bros 4 co, Peizer, Rodgers 4
co, and Paul u Trenh-jim. The Matoaka expe?
rienced heavy weather on the passage.
Sehr H S Brooks, Ireland, Phllade phla-d days.
Coat. To E F >weegun, agent.
sehr (ie; ty sb ur g, Coraon. Wilmington, Del-4
days. Guano. To T G Boag.
Steamar Reliance. Q"pkiua, Peedee River via
Georgetown, SC. 7>7 ba.es cotton, and sundries.
To shackeiford 4 Kelly, L D Mowry 4 Son, Witte
Bros, ? H Frost 4 co, w K Ryan, T P Smith, Sto?
ney 4 Lowndes, A S fem lt h, WC Bee 4 co. J D
Kirkpatrick, J M Caldwell 4 Son, Peizer, Rodgers
4 co, Fenwick 4 Talbot, A J Salinas, J R Pringle
4 Sun, G ti Waller Sc co, C D FrauKe.
Sehr r.mblem,-G- orgetuwn. S C. 91 bash
ela rough rice. To Shackeiford 4 Kelly.
sehr fraser, --, Aahepoo. 800bushelsrough
rice. To D MoPhoraen.
Soar Ann S Doa-, Garnant, West Point Mill,
eo tierces rice. To J D aiken 4 oo.
Steamer Pilot Boy. J J Flynn, Savannah via
Beaufort. 4c. 28 bales fea Uland cotton, loo bags
cot ton seed, md*?, 4o. To Kavenel, Holmes 4 oo,
J Colcook & cu, W c Bee 4 co, W A Courtenav, D |
Lopez, A M Adger, P Walsh, 1) McPherson, Ticte
manu, Calder 4 co, Quackenbuah. Estlll 4 co, J
W Barnwell, Dr W W sams, Hector Brown, and
Sloop Fraaer, -. from ABhepoo. soo bushell
rough ric.-. To D McPherson.
Boat from Christ Church. 0 baga sea leland
cotton. To S L Howard 4 co.
Boat from chri.-t Church. 8 baga sea island
cotton. To W Gurney.
L-oat from christ church. 6 baga sea island
cotton. To Kinsman 4 Howell.
Boat from Ediato. tl bags sea Island cotton.
To Stoney 4 Lowndes.
Boat from canst church. 3 bags aea Island
cotton. To stoney 4 Lowndes.
Received tram Ohtsoim's Mills. 103 tee rice. To
Kluwnan 4 Howell and Joseph Cohen.
Received rrom Bennett's Mill 04 tierces rice.
To W C Bee 4 co.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-Jas
Adger 4 Co.
Argentine bark Enrique, Orcutt, Liverpool
Streee Bros Sc co.
Steamship Charleston. Berry. New York.
Spanish bark Augusta Elte, Trauua, Liverpool.
Sehr Aldana Botes. Rhodes, Baltimore
Sehr J B Gllkey, Gllkey, Wood's H Je, Maas.
FROM THIS PORT.
Spanish steamship Puerto Rico, Yyaguerre,
at Liverpool, November io.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, November 10.
Arrived, steamship Puerto Rico, from Charles?
NKW YORX, November 18.
Arrived, steamships City of Havana. Oriental,
Arrived out, ateamshlps Parthia, Spain, Cali?
The sehr Ridgewood. Henderson, from George; ]
town, M c, and Port Bluff, cleared at New York
?rand $Jri?e Dietribnt on.
LIBRARY GIFT CONCERT.
8500,000 IN BANK TO PAY ALL
A FULL DRAWING IN SIGHT.
$100,000 FOR ONLY $10
At the Second Grand Gift Concert, authorized
by special act of the Legislature, lu ala of the
Public Library of KentucKy, unavoidably post?
poned from september 28 to eeceraber 7. ana
whlcn positively and unequivocally ?'?cars in
Loultvl le, Ky., saturday, December 7, lari, mm
out further delay on aoy occount whatever, tne
followln* Cash Gifts are for distribution by lot
among the ticket holders:
ONE GRAND GIFT, CASH.
ONE GRAND GIFT.50 000
I caah Gift.$2&.ooo I 4 Cash Glfta....$2,000
1 cash Girt.?2M0O 16 cash Gina....$1,000
i cash Gut.$15,000 20 Cash.Glfta.... $900
1 casu Gift.$10,000 21 cash Glfta.... $800
? cash ai".???? ?ca-h ?Ifta.... $700
1 CdSh Gift. $8.000 36 Caih Gilla.... $600
1 Cash Gilt. $7,000 45 Cash Gifts.... $600
1 Cosn Oin. $6,0uo 60 Casu Gifts.... $400
1 Cash Gilt. $6,000 1 60 Ciah Gilts.... $300
1 cash GM.$4,000 i loo Cash Girts.... $200
I cash Gift.$3 ooo I 612 Cash Girts.... $100
Toral-1000 Gifts, all Cash.$600,000
The money to pay all these Gifts la now upon
deposit, aud set apart for that purpose, lu the
Farmers' and Drovers' Bank, as win be seen by
the following certificate of the Cashier:
FARMBSS' ANO URO VS RB' BANK. )
LOUISVILLE, KY.. September 26, ls72. J
This la to certliy that there is now on deposit
In this nsn< over Half a Milhun of Dollars to
the credit of the out Concert ?una. $61.0,000 of I
which l-i held by this bank aa Treasurer of the
public Library of Kentucky to pay off all Gifts
tb be awarded at the drawing.
IL S. VEECH, Cashier.
Price of Tickets.
Whole Tlcket8, $10; Halved, $6; Quarters, $2 50;
II Whole Tickets for $100; 28 for $?66; 68 for $500;
113 for $toou; ?86 for $2600; 676 for $5000. No
discount on leas than $100 worth or tickets at a
The drawing will positively and unequivocally
take place December 7. Agen s are peremptorily
required to close sales and make letnrns Nov-m
ber 25, in order to give ample time for th final
arraneemenw. orden? for Tickets or applications
lor Circulars should bo addressed to
Gov. THOMAS E. BU A.V.LETTE.
Agent Pnbllo Library of Kentucky, Louisville,
The first-class British Bari "NIMROD,"^p?
PHILLIPS, Master, will have dispatch forSJE
above port. For irelght engagements apply^to
GlaBtS A B AR.\'WELL;
tovis-tf Borth Atlantic Wharf.
poa LIVE a PO OL.
Tim first-class British bari STORMY PET* Jk?
RKli, S.W.uKJK mar.ter, belog of s mall SB
capacLty an<l a portion or her cargo engaged, will
have qalcK dispatch.
Apply to HENRY OA RD,
J^OR NEW ?0BR.
ON THURSDAY,, 21ST NOVEMBER, AT
ll O'CLOCK AM.
NEW IRON STEAM UNE-ESTABLlalt?jma.
STATE BOOMS ALL ON DE?RV'
^ Wit ; .
"'j?j8pten'lld New Iron Sldewheel steamship
JP * 'LINA, Becke-t, Commander, will
aaU 'or New York on THURSDAY, am November,
at ii o'clock A. M., from Pier No. V Ornoo ".-><
Wharves. ? - ,.
Through BUlB or Lading toUverpool and th?
New England cities aa usual, ? -.1'
to- Insurance by steamers oithlB line H psi T a
cent. - ?
For Freight or Passage engagements, hrwlng
very flue Deck Stateroom accommodations, ap
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A 00.. No. 24 Bro?
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, Ko. l rnlon
P O E BA L_T.I M OR; E.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THBOUGB ~>
BILLS LADING ISSUED : V :
PHILADKI PHI A, BOSTON,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.,
The Fine Steamship MARYLAND, J. V. Jotro
son. Commander, will sall for Baltimore; on*FBI- " -
DAT, 22d November, at 12 o'clock M. . t -:?-..?. \
?3- Philadelphia Freights forward ed to that /
city by railroad from Baltimore wlthoot addi- .
donal insurance, and Consignees ara allowed
ample time to sample and sell their Goods from -
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. :
For Freight or Passage applyto . * ' .?<
PAULO. TRENHOLM, Ag?irtf '
novi8 6_vo. 2 Union Wharves. ?
TS GANGE OF SAILING Di?8,-o#7M
PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY* '
THROUGH LINE TO .', ? ;
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN. : [
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave ^'r rf Siam
No. 42. North River, tcc*.of Canal street,5UHE
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or toe uta. saut
and soth of every month, except when'0i9s^ds?sa?. - :> ->
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding.' '?.
All departures connect at Panama with Steam- .
era for South Pacific and Central Amanean ports?
For Japan and China, Steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every mouth, except when lt rails on
Sunday-then on the day preceding. ? , A '. ???Ur As?
No California Steamers tonuh at Havana, but . St
go direct from New Yorfc to AaplnwalL " . V. 4.?&
One hundred pounds baggage tree to etohaqouV
Medi?me and attendance free. .?....ut '. *" 77
For Passage Tickets or other ?i?ormaltom eiW ;s3i
at the COMPANY'?? TICKET- OFFI?Ey'ai vt?? -''SW
Wharf foot of Canal street, North Brrer^Neir .
York. F. it. BABY, Agent; H ,
angl9-lyr , ; ?. g
pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEKNSjjOyW |
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS. \
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN ' j
>7lii dispatch one of their arstolass, fall
iron sorew Steamships from .
PIER No. 40 N. bt" EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $s^, gold.
Steerage Pussage (Omeo Ho. sa Jjroadw?y) Us*
FOX Freight or Cat la Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 68 WaU Btreet, 5. T. >>
N. B.-Through Buls Lading to Liverpool issued,
>j the Charleston and New York Steamer?, wolca
.nake close connection with the above Use."
For panicnJan and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A 00?, '
mays Or WM. A. OOURTENAY.
y OR GARDNER'S B L U F F,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINOS ON PEE?
DEE KTVibR VIA 3E0SQETOWS, 8. 0. '
The Steamer RELIANCE, Captain . _jg**>%?
G. H. HopKius, will rehire ^relgtit?OK
THIS DAY, at Middle Atlantic Wharf, and isa ve
as uh ive i O-NIOHT. November 20th.
Fi eight and Wnarrage must be prepaid.
For engagemeuts apply to
SHAORELFOBD A KELLY, Agents,
nov20-i_North Atlantic Wharf. '
J OB GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE PEE.
DEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN. -
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain -
J. T. Foster, will receive Freight at??32BHC
Accommodation Wharf, WEDNESDAY, -%fw 20th
Instant, and leave at MOST.
Freight will e transferred on tho Elver to the
Light Dra t st- amer &WAN.
Freien rand Wharfage mast be prepaid.
For Freight or Tassage aoply on board, or to I
BAVENEL, HOLMES A 00. ,
novio a_Na 80 Bast Bay
J! O E FLORID A,
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE k WIEK. , .
The Splendid Side-wheel steamer _
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Coxetter, Jm
OITY POINT, Captain George E. Mot_
leave Charleston every TDBKDAT and FRIDAY
EVENINOS, at 8 O'ClOOk, for SAVANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE. PALATKA. AND
! ALL LANDING.?- ON ST. JOHN'S BITER
I Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATK A FRI?
DAY MOSSING, and SAVANNAS&UNDAYMOBVINO,
arriving here SUNDAY AFTERNOON;
CITY POINT will leave PALATKA MONDAY
MORNING and SAVANNAH WBDNISDAY MORN?
ING, arriving hr re WEDNESDAY AFTSBI CON.
Connection ts made at Fernandina with Rail?
road lor New Orleans aad Havana, via Cedar
Ke-s;at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLIGHT
tor MeUonvule. Enterprise and Up er St, John's
River; at Toool with Railroad for Sf Angus.
un*; and at Paiatka with Steamers for the Ook
AU Freigut for Way Landings must be prepaid
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac*
commodatlons, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agenta,
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay. 1
EEKLY LINE TO
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. McNelty,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf._ \?gg0?j?
every MONDAY MoBNioo.at 8o'clock, Js?S?3BSBm
for Savanuan, Beaufort. Hilton Head aud apauun
Wells. Returning, will leave savannah every
Will uave tor Beaufort, Pacido and Chlsolm's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING, at s o'clock.
Returning, will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
MORNING. . ,
Gooda consigned to care of Agents win be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS
must beprepalu to Way Lanalngs.
Frelghi received for points on Savannah River,
to bc transferred ro Steamer CLYDE, which leaves
Savannah every TUBSDAY MORNING.
N B. After tne ??th matant. 25 per cent, addi?
tlonal win be charged on Freight to ail points,
escort Mivann ih and Beaufort. -.
For engagements apply to
RA VEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
oct9-ws_No. so East Bay.
The real, genuine. Imported article, hr
dur-rent styles, comprising
Joseph Antoni Farica
Jean Marla Farina
..4711" (Francois Marie Parma.
Also, a very superior cologne, of my own man?
uiacture, put up m aU stjles.
Give it a trial. , . DR- H. BABB,
Wholesale and Retail Drugalav^
Ho. 181 Meeting atzeec.