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TH ER XOIUETRICAL.
The range ol tue thermometer yesterday at
the drag 8tore of Dr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south Bide of Broad street, was as follows:
gi.lL, 49; 10 A.M., 66; 12 M., 69;2 P.M., 60;
4 P. M., 59; 6 P. M., 66; 8 P. M., 66.
Items of Interest-Who Fills tne Pul?
pits In tbe Different Cfcurefeea To*
The Rev. E. T. Buist, D. IX, of Po marla,
W?l officiate at the Citadel Square Baptist
Churoh at half-past 10 A, H. Sunday-school
at 9 A. M., and no night service.
Divine service will be conducted lu the Or
pbana' Chapel, on Sabbath afternoon, at half
past three o'clock, by the Rev. W. C. Dana,
At the First Baptist Church the morning
servie M will be performed at half-past 10 A.
H. by the Bev. Samuel Langley, and at 7 P.
M. by the Bev. W. S. Bowman. D. D.
Divine service will be held In Zion Presby?
terian Church, Glebe street, to-morrow morn?
ing, at half-past ten o'clock, the pastor, Bev.
J. L. Glrardeau, D. D., officiating.
Bishop J. P. Campbell, D. D., of the African
Methodist Episcopal Church, will hold Divine
service in the morning and evening at the
Calhoun street church, and In the afternoon
at the chapel in Morris street. j
The Bight Bev. Bishop P?rsico will deliver
st lecture at-talf-past seven o'clock to-morrow
?vening, at SU Patrick's Church, for the bene?
fit ot the Catholic orphan boys. "The unity
of the church" ls the subject chosen.
The New York' Times says: ^"An appeal
b being made by the friends of Christ Church,
In Chdtrlestou, 3. C., for aid to enable its au?
thorities to carry on their Christian labor.
Mr. A. C. Kaulman, a banker from that city,
ls now In this city, at the St. NIobolaa Hotel,
and will receive any subscriptions which may
be sent to him for the benefit of the church."
-The residence ot Mi 8. John Farley, in 8t.
James Goose Creek, with ita contents, was
consumed by fire on last Saturday. The cause
o? the fire was accidental.
-an intoxicated sailor fell In the dock of
North Atlantic wharf on Thursday night. B>
was fished np, not drowned, bot frightened
Into a sober condition.
-The anniversary meeting of theChrestr
jnathlo Society will beheld In the chape r*
th? Charleston College at half past -seven
o'clock on Monday evening next.
-The poor pool* ry ar? also doomed. The
dreaded chicken disease has appeared In Wil?
mington, N. C., and fowls are "flitting, flit?
ting from the view."
-Mr. Wm. McKay sold yesterday a lot on
the south side of Horlbeck's alley for $600
cash. The store and dwelling at the the north?
east corner of Washington and Calhoun street*
waa sold by the same auctioneer for $1600
.-Tho dedication o? the new Masonic Tem
pla will cau?e a large influx of visitors to the
city, and it would be a decided advantage to
both parties to the contract If the railroads
throughout the State would pass delegates to
and irom Charleston for one fare.
ACCIDENT ON THE NORTHEASTERN
The np train from Charleston, on the North?
eastern Railroad, yesterday rsa over two bulls
and a cow, twenty-five miles from the city,
throwing the engine and tender in a swamp
about twelve feet te the right of the track.
The express car was thrown on Its side to the
left o? the track, while the passenger coach
assumed ? position at right angles 'to the
track. Besides the wrecking of the cars, the
rails were bent and the track otherwise in?
jured. No one was hort, with the exception
of the engineer, who sustained some bruises.
On the arrival of the down train at the scene
of the disaster, connection was made by
transferring the passengers and baggage.
The animale were not seen until too late to
avert the disaster. A force of hands was sent
to the spot, and the detention to travel by the
accident has been very Blight.
THE ENTERPRISE RAILROAD.
City Attorney Corbin yesterday made a
motton before Judge Graham, at Chambers,
foran injonction to restrain the Enterprise
Ballroad Company from proceeding further
with the laying of their traok. The grounds
ot tho motion were that the track projected
above tbs level ol the street bed, and thus
constituted a violation oi the city ordinance
on the aubjeor, and that the Trail, the kind
used by the company, waa interdicted by the
ordinance. The company was represented by
the Hon. J. B. Campbell, who answered that
the city was responsible tor the projection of
the track above the street bed, inasmuch as
lt had torn up the paving made by the com?
pany. He also produced affidavits to prove
that the T rail was more commonly used In
the United States than any other. The Judge
reserved his decision.
Tn CANAL ACBOSS nu Nsox-City Engi?
neer Bar bot commenced on Tuesday last a
survey o? the route for the proposed canal
across C har le? ton Neck, to connect the Ashley
and Cooper rivers. He has already completed
about one mlle of the survey, having ascer?
tained the lowest tide level on the Ashley
River side and located that m o ut h of the canal.
DEATH or A POLICEMAN.-private John Gra?
ben, of the upper wards night police, died on
Thursday. His funeral took place yesterday,
ind was attended by the chief ot police, as?
sistant chief, and a squaj ot policemen. Hm
body was Interred la Bethany Cemetery, Mag?
Bolla. He was a German, and formerly kept
a baker's shop lo ibis city.
las EnzooT rs SAVANNAS -The Forest City
folk appear somewhat indignant at the state
Bent that their commercial facilities are crip?
pled by the horse disease, and are eager to
rise and explain. The fact that one Journal
ofthat city acknowledges the necessity tor the
na?, of tome other motive power, while anotht-r
deplores the disheartening aspeot ol business
affairs and raises the doleful cry of dull times,
a a sufficient answer to the oharge. B the
Savannah people wish to see alive, go-aheadL
tire, energetic business centre, let them visit
ANOTHER BAILBOAO COMBINATION.-A special
meet! og of tbe a ookholoers of the WU ming
ten and Weldon Railroad was held in tb?
former olly on Wednesday last, and after due
deliberation lt was decided lo accept a propo?
sition leasing tbat road to the Wilmington,
Columbia and Augusta Ballroad. The con?
tract waa closed by a subsequent action o? tbe
latter road, and a lease for a term of ninety
nine years waa signed, the same to be re?
newable forever upon auch terms as will pro
tide tor the payment of the regular Interest I
*a all the bonded debt vf the company, and
the assumption of au its assets. The two
toadlas consolidated will be under the manage?
ment of the Wilmington, Columbia and Au
gnitn Ballroad Company.
THE SUBURBAN TRAGEDY.
A Verdict of Wilful Marder.
Tbe inquiry Into the circumstances connect?
ed with tbe ?Hiing ot William Davis, colored,
by Bufas Co ayers, colored, In the et oro ot Ur.
J. Mapls, at '.be SlX-Mlle House, ou Thursday
afternoon last, was conducted yesterday at the
coroner's office by a Jury of Inquest. The
principal witness was Mr. C. W. Englles, the
clerk of Hr. Mapls, whose testimony agreed
substantially with the statement published In
THE NEWS of yesterday.
Hilliard Johnson, celored, the man who ar?
rested Co ny era, testified that Co ny era bad said
after he was arrested that Davis was In the
habit of 111-treatlog him, and that he had not j
stabbed Davis with the Intention of killing [
bim. The other witnesses testified that they
did not know ot any previous difficulty be?
tween Conyers and the deceased. A post?
mortem examination was made yesterday
morning by Dr. B. A. Bosemon, colored. The
I Jury rendered a verdlot of felonious killing.
Conyers had been lodged at the upper
Guardhoua 3 In the morning, and wes kept in
the coroner's office during the Inquest. After
the verdict wai rendered he was committed
to Jail. Ho ls a light mulatto, with an un?
healthy and very youthful appearance.
TESTING TBS HOSE.
Three Steamers PMS the Ordeal-One
Couves Out witt Flying Color?.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Fire*
masters and a special committee of the City
Connell a resolution- was adopted requesting |
the chief und assistant chiefs of the depart?
ment to eramlne the hose of every steam and |
band engine In the city, and report every
steam company that was not supplied *with
eight hundred feet, and every band company j
not supplied with four hundred feet of ser-1
I vlceable bose.
In accordance with this resolution the Eagle,
' Marlon and Washington engine companies were
ordered to assemble at the corner of Meeting
and Henrietta streets, at three o'clook yester?
day afternoon, with their engines and avail-1
able hose. The companies were promptly
upon the around, and, as usual, their presence
on the street attracted a large crowd of the j
inquisitive ot each race. The Eagle went upon
the ground with six hundred leet of hose, tbe
Marion wi ;h eight hundred and fifty feet, and
Washington with nine hundred and twenty
five ieot. The tesl applied was the throwing
I of a stream of water one hundred feet long
through a one and an eighth Inch nozzle and
two hundred feet of hose, with a pressure of |
forty pou DOS of steam. It under this testa link
of bose burst In any place it was immediately I
condemned and thrown aside, and another ?
link substituted. In this way about one hun?
dred feet of hose belonging to the Eagle was
condemned; fifty feet of the Washington's,
and two hundred and fifty feet of the Marion's.
At the meetlog referred to above, lt was also
recommended that the companies found to
be possessed of less hose than the Btanaard
established by the r?solution should be sup?
plied with the deficiency by the City Connon,
unless they at once supplied themselves, and
that the money so expended be deducted
from their monthly pay. It will be seen by the
above that the Eagle and the Marlon were de?
ficient In their supply of hose. The Palmetto,
Young America and Vigilant Steam Com?
panies will undergo a similar inspection at
three o'clock this alternoon at the fire well in
Market street, near Meeting.
The band companies will notice that the
order requiring all of them te assemble at the
corner of King and Broad streets, on Wed?
nesday next, at one o'clook p. M., has been
modified as follows: The Niagara, Ashley,
United and Promptitude companies will as-1
semble at the corner of Henrietta and Meeting j
streets at ten o'clock A. M. Wednesday, and
the Comet Star, Union Star and Prudence will
assemble at the corner of Broad and King
streets at turee o'clook P. M. Thursday.
United State? Court.
The proceeds of one keg of liquor, two
mules and one wagon and harness, sold for
violation of Internal revenue laws, were or?
dered to be paid to C. L. Anderson, collector
of Internal revenue, alter deduction of costs.
The proceeds of two and a half barrels of |
liquor, one horse, one wagon and harness,
sold under like circumstances, were similarly
A warrant of arrest was Issued again st the
schooner Franois Satterly on the suit of Geo.
E. Huggins. The warrant ls returnable this
The arguments in the suit of the bark
Agnes Campbell were continued.
James Jaokson, colored, drunk, one dollar.
Perry Chlsolm and James McNeill, colored,
fighting, one dollar or ten days each. James
Moultrie, colored, lost child; sent borne. Bu
fus Conyers, colored, killing WUUam Davie, at
the 8lx-Mlle House, turned over to the coro?
ner. J. Pear, drunk and disorderly, two dol?
TO THE EDITOR OK THE NEWS
We not:co in to-day's Courier the following:
"UNUSUALLY SIZED LUMBER,-Messrs. Steio
meyer <fc Stokes received a consignment of
lumber yesterday from Edisto, which surpasses
anything ol the kind wblch bas come this way
since the war. The BUoka average in measure?
ment from 1000 to rtOO leet."
We have In our pond now a large lot of tim?
ber ranging In size from 1100 to 2200 feet to
the stick, and have frequently had lots of
larger sizes. h. B. HDDQINS" A Co.,
Mills foot Lucas and Bull streets.
Charleston, November 22,1872.
THE HORSE DISEASE.-The horse disease
haB almost entirely" died out in thia city. The
City Raliway Company had yesterday resumed
something uko regularity In the schedule run
on each line. Instaoces of meeting sick
horses or mules on the streets were exceed
I logly rare. The stock at the various Bale sta
I btes have entirely recovered, and are now In
I as good condition as ever. Buyers will find lt
to their interest to come to Charleston and
J parchase animals that have been cured, and
I are, therefore, not liable to the disease.
OLE BOXL.-Amusement seekers and lovers
Iof the beaut i tul in music will be pleased to
e learn that the world-renowned Oie. Bull,
whose violin has oharmed crowned heads, will
favor the Onarleston public at the Aoademy
on Thursday next. Mr. Arthur J. Pickett,
the advance agent of Ole Bull, ls now lo the
city to make arrangements for the grand con- I
cert. Tbe company who will appear with ?
Ole Bull are described in the New York Mu-1
slcal Review as follows:
Signor Earrt.nu, well known to all opera and
concert patrons, and wno ha* been heard la ?
I nearly a l parts ot the United States with the
Parepi Rosa company aud Carlotta Patti con
certcompany, ls now engaged to appear with
the Ola Buirconcert company during tbe kine
ot violinist's lour through the southern Star***
Farranil IK Jus'ly dubbed tbe prince or buffo
sioLT-rs, and bis performance or dueit witb toe
pref y and angelic little prima donna Miss
Graiiielia Ridgeway, who so recently supported
Mi-s Nilsson during her operatic season, aud
with the most flattering success, will prove a
most enjoyable feature of the veteran violinist's
ever popular concerts. The eminent pianist
and composer. Mr. J. N. Patterson, has also
HOTEL AMBIT ALB-N OV. ?9.
C. C. Klahlearn, New Haven, Gonn.; B.W.
Fulton and eon, J. II. Shaw and servant, Kings
tree; E. Labiche, Savannah; J. Wlstark, Coo
saw River; B. Eastman, Leesville; W. Bow?
line t. Salter's Depot.
W. H. Warren, Augusta; G. Bushow, J. J.
Stelweil, Louisville; H. Cranston, Augusta;
H. W. Addison, Edgefleld; J. E. Chandler and
wife, Illinois; A. Groverman, Jr., C. H. Adams,
Augusta; W. H. Pomeroy and wife, Hiss If. F.
Pomeroy and nurse, C. Remington, A. W.
Libby, C. T. Aldrich, New fork; J. Hunt, Miss
L. Hunt, Pennsylvania; D. P. Smock, J. Sund'
beuner, New York; W. S. Byles, Savannub;
Colonel J. C. Ludlow, Newark; C. B. Wooster,
New Haven; H. Browning and wife, G. T. Lee,
New York; A. T. Pickett, Agent Ole Bull; B.
W Glenn, Greensboro'; R. H. De Waal. Amster?
dam; L. Chamberlain, T. H. Stanwer, New
York; J. 8. Kuppa and wife, A. V. Smith, wife |
and three children, Pennsylvania; J. W. Smith,
North Carolina; C. W. Skinner, wife and three
children, Wisconsin; J. W. Trade wei:, Colum?
bia, E; A. Marshall, Philadelphia; C. E. Austin,
England; H. Cranston, Augusta; C. M.
Schmutz, Philadelphia; W. H. Phelps, New
TBE NEW TOSH TBOETABLE MAR?
The Dally Bulletin of Wednesday, November j
Common potatoes are still held at fully late
Agares, though tbe general tone of the mar?
ket Is easier. Sweets are scarce and firm. Vege?
tables are without Important variation. Our
quotations for potatoes are In bulk, In shipping
order 50o per barrel must be added. We
quoic: Peachblows S2 50J3; Early Rose at
$2a2 60; Early Goodi ich and Jackson whites
at $2. and Dyrlghts $1 25al 76. Sweets
$3a3 25 per bbl tor Virginia, and S3 60a4 for
Delaware. We quote: Vegetables: Red onions,
per bbl $2 60i?3; do yellow $2 60a3; do Connec?
ticut white, fia* 60 per bbl. fcquash, marrow?
fat, per bbl, Slat 26. Russia turnips. $1 76 per j
bbl, white turnips, $1 26 per bbl. Cabbages,
$6a9 per 100. Red cabbages, $8al0. Beet?,
Jersey, SI 26al 60. Carrots, per bbl $1 26*2. j
Celery. $1 76 per dozen. Cauliflower, Sla3 60 |
per dozen._. _
"RICH AND BABS WERK THE GEMS SHE
WORE" ba? passed Into a proverb, but lt ls no
less certain that Messrs. Thomas A Lanneau,
the enterprising Jewelers, at No. 289 King j
street, can furnish a trousseau far superior to
that worn by Moore's Irish maid. This Arm
has made extensive preparations for the holi?
day Beason, and offer ad admirable selection i
of choice Jewelry and other articles, both use- ]
ful and ornamental. "Visitors to tbe city dur?
ing the coming month should not forget that
their establishment ls opposite the new Ma-1
CLOAKS, SHAWLS ANO FURS.-The Cloak and
Shawl Boom ol Messrs. J. R. Bead A- Co. now
contains unusual attractions; the latest North?
ern novelties are constantly being displayed.
No FAMILY once using Durand's Polish, win
ever be without a bottle In the house.
DBKSS Goons.-One case cheap Dress Goods,
25 cents per yard; also, all the liner grades ef I
drees fabrics from 30 cenis to $2, now being [
shown. J. B. BEAU A Co. nov23 stuth
B. M. MARSHALL A BRO., 33 Broad street,
bay and sell on commission, Real Estate,
Stocks and Bonds, negotiate Loans, Rent I
Property, and sell at auction, furniture at |
SIEOUNO'SIS one ot the musical landmarks
of Charleston, and all whose "hearts In tune
are found" will be pleased to learn that Sleg
Ung's selection of music and musical instru?
menta Is as complete as In days of yore, and
warranted to give the same satisfaction.
REMBRANDT PHOTOOARPHS.-Mr. Souder I
having secured the services ol two additional
artists, one of whom has had an experience of |
several years in one of the first galleries In
Europe, begs to inform the public that he ls
now able to finish Portraits with more prompt-1
ness than heretofore, and with the same
delicacy of style and artistic 'touch tnat have
marked his past year's work. An elegant as- J
sortment of Frames, Passepartouts, Sec., of the
newest styles, at moderate prices. BOUDER'B
CALLERIZS, No. 263 King street.
Km GLOVES.-J. R. Read A Co. have now In
I stock a full assortment of Kid Gloves, at tl 00,
$1 25, SI 60, $1 75. nov23-stuth
FeROHOorr, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, are the Sole Agents for the Celebrated
[ Cblelley'a Kid Gloves. Each pair Is sold under j
TIME IS MONEY.-Clocks, fifty different styles,
In wood, bronze and marble oases, at Allan's,
307 King street?_ _
J. E. READ A Co., 263 King street. Invite at
attentlon to their assortment of Light Kid
Gloves (Opera compre) with one button, at $1,
2 buttons, $160 per pair. noy23-stuih
CHILDREN'S HATS In great variety at
Plenge's, No. 201 King street.
FOR AN elegant and stylish Hat go to
Plenge's, No. 201 King street.
FOROHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, have received a new stock of Shawls,
Blankets, Cloaklnga, Ac. Also new lines of ?
Silks, Poplins, Reps and Mourning Goods.
FORCHQOTT; BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King j
street, have received the latest importation of |
ParlB and Berlin Cloaks, also 200 pieces of all
styles ot Carpets-great bargains.
HARRI Vs "SEAMLESS " KID GLOVES, the first j
Imported. J. B. Read A Co. are the sole j
agents for Charleston. nov23-Btuth
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware, |
fine Watches, roid Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
J. B. READ A Co., 263 King street, have now
In store Biaok Dress Guods In great variety.
Special attention invited io this department,
containing, In part, every grade Black Alpaca,
Berlin cord, Biarritz, Serge, Cashmeres, Me?
rlnoes, Eplngliaes, Satteens, Ac, Ac.
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelet?, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to ?
Allan's, 307 King street.
HOUSTON'S NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLERT, NO.
307 King street, la constantly thronged with
visitors, who gaze upon the beaulUul Photo?
graphs with wonder and amazement. The
Celebrated Rembrandt Pictures made at this
Gallery surpasses anything ever introduced In
tbts city before. We bave over fifty different j
siyie of Frames. Also, a large stock ol Albums,
Cases, Ac. novl2-tuths3
VERY CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy ol
Muslo. jul,** i
IX?UUkJ* Mil * ^ ?-y -
How TO Usa HsBcaRr.-Never put mercury
ato your stomach. Tba proper place ior it ia
he thermometer or tris barometer. There it
viii Inform you o? the changes of temperature,
>r forewarn you of the coming ol storms, thus
nd (eating the times sud seasons when It ls
lecessary to reinforce the system with Hos
,etier's Stomach Bitters, la order to ward off
;be ailments which peculiar conditions of
.he elements produce. When the quicksilver
mddenly falls several degrees of Fahrenheit,
is It 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 Invlgorants.
Or If the Indicator of your barometer points to
stormy, brace up for those damp, driving
gales .which are sure to search to the very
marrow o? an untoned organization. Fever
and ague, chronic indigestion, violent colics,
dysentery, bilious intermittents, rheumatism
and a host of pulmonary complaints, come o?
Buch visitations. novl9-tuths3D*w
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOGRAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street.
PLATINO CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street.
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
Th? Charleston Stock ?nd Bond Harket.
Southern Bank Bille.
Bank of camden. M ? ..
Bank of Cheater. J ?? j
Bank of Georgetown..?.-. | .. [
Bank or Hamburg. 16 ..
Bank or South Carolina.
Bank or State of South Carolina,
prior to 1661. IS. ..
Bank or State of South Carolina,
after 1st January, 1881. 16
Commercial Bank, Columbia. 01
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 01 .. .
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants'Bank, Cheraw. 01
Plantera'Bank Fairfield. 01
State Bank. 03
state Bonds, old.
State Bonds, new.
S. C. BaUroad and Bank Stock..... 80 00
S. c. Railroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds .. en 00
S. C. Railroad First Mortgage Bonds 83 co
Northeastern Railroad stock (capt
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
Northeastern Railroad First Mon?
gaga Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 02 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, I Per Cant..,.,,. 82 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 78 00
Savannah and Charleston Kallroaa
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 06 oo
Charleston and Savannah o Per
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent, state guaranteed
Bonds. 60 oo
Greeuvllle and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds 86 00
Greenvale and coln; nb la Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 92 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds.,,. 73 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad Stock. 80 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonds. 88 00
Spartanburg and Union Railroad
state guaranteed Bonds.
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 66 00
City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent. Bonds.i. 78 00
J i ty or Columbia 0 Par Cent. Bonds. .. 60 00
Ji ty or columbia x Per uent. Bonds. .. 76 oo
First National Bank of Charleston
Stook.:. 126 00
People's National Bank Stock..109 00
Colon Bank Stock. 60 00
South Carolina Lean and Trust
People's Bank Stocc. 8 60
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock. 28 00 26 00
Bank or Charleston Stock. 20 00
Carolina National Bank Stook.
National Bibk of heater.., .. no 00
Charleston Gas company Stook. 18 oo
City Railway Stock.- 62 00
BiRCHLONA-Per Spanish brig Boslta-883 bales
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Guir stream
805 bales upland cotton. 262 tes rice, 470bbl* naval
atoren, 2us balea domestics, 211 ns iron, 78 bbls
oranges, 200 bunches bananas, 68 pkga cocoanut*,
15) p?gs sundries.
BALTTMOBB-Per B'eam?hlp Maryland-876 balei
cotton, 261 tea rice. 144 bbls naval atores, 20 balea
domestica, 147 caaka clay, 6 hhds and 1 bale bides,
17,600 feet lumoer, 160 baga cocoanut*, 4 pkga or
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OPTICS CHARLESTON NKWS, 1
FRIDAY BVBNINO, November 32,1872. j
COTTON.-There was a somewhat quiet and duU
market lor thia article, the transactions early in
the day belog st about previous figures, bot later a
partial decline was submitted to In tome oases;
sales about soo bales Bay 70 at 17X, 31 at 17 io at
IVS', 63 at 1?X, 123 at 18, 9 at 18X, 233 at 18x, 16
atl8X- We quote:
Ol di nary to good ordinary.17 ?17X
Low midddog.18 ?18*
Strict Middling.- ?18\
Rica. -This grain was In good request ac un?
changed rates; sales 175 tierces or clean Carolina,
say 30 tierces at flSc, 26 at ax, ie at 8 IMS, 16 at
616-16, 86 at 7c. We quote commoa to fair at 6?
6%, good 7@7Kc.
NAVAL STORKS.-The receipts were 87 bbls spirits
turpentine and les bbla roam. The market was
quiet and no sales trok pia:e.
FBBIOBTB.-To Liverpool, by steam, direct,
on uplands, -m on sea islands; via New York,
U-ieaXd on uplands, l#d on sea islands; by sall
Xi on uplands, and Md on sea islands. To
Havre, lc on uplands. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, \c on uplands and - on sea
island -J; $2 ft tierce on rice; 60c fl bbl on rosin;
by sall,-o fl m on cotton ; -o ft tierce on
rice;soc fi bbl oh rosin; $ll@i2 fl M on lumber;
$12913 60 fi M ou timber. To Boac n, by steam
X0 on uplands and $3 50 fl tierce on rice; by sall,
-c ft a 00 uplands; rosin 70c; rosa wed stuff
$12312 60; timber $ is@is 60; phosphate $6@6 60.
To Providei.ce, by sall $10@n fi M on boards;
-0 fi th on cotton; by ateam %<? via New York
To Philadelphia, by aream Sc on uplands; $176
ft tierce on rice; soc ft bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through billa of lading given to Beaton, Provi?
dence and the New England cities are regularly
issued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By pall, $8 fi M on boards; $12 on timber; - fi
ton ou clay; $8.50 on phosphates. To Baltimore,
I by steam -0 fi lb; by sall $8?8 6ofi Mon
boards; -- on timber; $8 50 fi ton at olty; $4?
* 60 ft ton up river on phosphate rock. Teasels
[ are In demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights rrom Georgetown. S. c., Darien and satll
la River, Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10912 ft M are tra rates oh timber
EXCHANQBV-sterling 60 day billa nominal. *
DOMESTIC Ex ca ANOS.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New York st X@X per cent. off,
and sell at par.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, November 22.
Noon.-Consola 92*. nvea 8?x.
" _ NBW > OBS, November 22
Norn-stock* duU. Gold Arm at 18X. Money
rig? at 1-16. X per cent, per day. Exchange
mog 8??; i-hort 10 oovemmenrs dull and
heavy, state bouda strong, but dull. Freights
Evening.-Freights firmer. Money stringent at 7.
Sterling unsettled at 8*a8X. Q0m oloted at 14.
Governments barely steady, states, except Ten
nesseeV valen are strong, duli. j
LIVERPOOL, November 22.
Noon.-Cotton opened Arm; uplands uftd, Or?
leans loxd; sales ia.000 bides; sales of tbe week
J7,oco; export 8000; speculation 9000; stock 428.0d0;
american 40,000; receipts w.ooo; American 26,000;
actual exports 13,000; ailoat 289,000; American
tater.-Cotton Arm; sales 12,000 bales; specu?
lation and export Suoo; sales of upland for No
vemb- r at BK a? ?s-iad.
Evening.-Golton olosed anchangeU. Yarns end
fabrics are Armer and bigber.
Nsw TORI, November 22.
Noon.-Cotton nominal; uplands IDK, one?na
20c; sales 476 bales.
livening.-Conon weak; sales 713 bales at 19Ka
20c; net receipts 276 ba es; gross receipts 2681;
?ales of fatnrea 19.000; Novemoer 19 l-16al9 3-16.
December is ii- eais.v, January lSKais 15-10.
February i8Kal9K, Marca 19Ksl9 6-18, AprU 19 K
al9X, May i??al9 ll-ifl.
BOSTON, November 22.
Cotton receipts 83 balei; gross, usu; sales 200;
stool 4000; weekly net receipts 888; gross, 11,731;
exports to Great britain ?74; salea 1760.
PROTLDKNCE, November 22.
Receipts 649 bales; stoc* 4000.
PHIL A. jB?PHiA. November 22
Net receipts 394 bales; gross, 2816.
BALTLMOBK, November 22.
Net receipts 70 bales; gross, 864; exports to con?
tinent 100; coastwise 178; sales 317; scoot 6412;
weekly net receipts 1162; coastwise 700; eales 1968;
NORFOLK, November 22.
Net receipts of cotton 2022 bales; expone coast'
wise 1076; sales 200; stock 11,014; weekly net re?
ceipts 12,328; exports coastwise 11,081; eales 1360.
CITY POINT, movemoer 22.
Cottoa receipts 162? bales.
Net receipts of cotton 812 bales; exports coast.
wise 10.7; sales 142; suck 2604; weekly net re?
ceipts 1667; exports coa .: wise -.668; sales 1487.
SAVANNAH, November 22.
Net receipts of cottoi 3662 bales; exports to
continent 3?41; coastwise 1698; sales 791; stock
68.624; weekly net receipts 74.926; exports to Great
Britain 8600; continent 56 5 9; coaatwiae *<41??; sales
AUGUSTA, November 22.
Recelp's 14.290 bales suits 1226; stoek in 1871,
16,201; ki 1872, 2901; weekly receipts 7645; sales
6464; consnmpuon 410; nblpments 6841.
MACON, November 22.
Receipts 2628 bales; shipments 1701; stock 9094.
COLUMBUS, November 22.
Receipts 2681 bales; shipments 2143; spinners
NASHVILLE. November 22.
Receipts 697bales; sbipmer.ts 1639; sro k 8638.
MEMPHIS, November 22.
Receipts 1646 bales: shipments 3201: BK ck in
1871, 20,866; lo 1872, 28,716: weekly receipts 16,728;
shipments 16,861; sales 1160.
SELMA, November 22.
Receipts 1978 bales; shipments 1088; atoes 1871,
MONTGOMERY. November 22.
Receipts 3696 bales; slupments 8642; stock 9622.
MOBILE, November it.
Net receipts 1683 bales; exports te Great Britain
3676;coastwiBe 819; Bains 600; stock 24.472; net re?
ceipts of the week 12,210; exports to Great Britain
6060; continent 1073: coaatwl-te7648;?ales7600.
NEV ORLEANS. November 22.
Cotton quiet and prtoes nominal; good ordinary
17KC; low middlings UK: middlings ?e^; net re?
ceipts 7693 bales; grose 8191; exports to continent
1763; sales soo; last evening 81 Ou; stock i4u.93o;
net rece.pu or tbe weet 89.049; gross 46.018; ex?
ports to Great Brltxfn 6746; continent 14,693;
coastwise 6443; sales 3ooo.
GALVESTON, November 22.
Cotton-net recelpni 1697 bales; t-xports to
Great Britain 786; coa! twise 1 19; sales lout); s-des
last evening 126; stock 49.761; weeklr net re?
ceipts 8287; exports IQ Qreat Britain 785 ; coast?
wise 2788; sales 11,100.
PROVISIONS ANC1 PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, November 22.
Evening.-Cnmberliod cut 83s SJ. 1 ai ow 44s.
Common rosin lis 0 lia sd. abort middies
:Ssw YORK, November 22.
Noon?-Flour very flrm. W eat Arm. Corn
Arm. Pork steady a'; $i6 40al6. Lard steady;
steam 8?a8\'. Turpentine Arm at 60. Rosin
dall at 14 16 fer strained.
Evening.-Flour moderately active 'and un?
changed. Whiskey heavy at 96. Wheat more in- j
active; best granes lower, corn favors boyera
and in moderate export borne demand. Rice
Arm. Pork qaiec. Lurd Arm at 8d8K, Turpen?
tine Arm. Roam dall. TaPow active.
BALTIMORE, November 22.
flour active bat net Arm. Wneat null, excrpt
for choice, corn fina; white 6i)a63c; ve,low 67a
S ic. Provisions dui. Mess pork $16. Very little
meat of any klud. Whiskey 06)4:0.
WILMINGTON November 22.
Spirits terpentine Arin at 64a66o. Rotla Arm
at ?8a310 for strained, crude turpentine steady
at $3 for bard, $6 for yellow dip a.d virgin. Tar
Arm at $3 70.
CINCINNATI, November 22.
Flour Arm and in fair demaod at $7 2oa741.
Corn steady; old 40 .ile; new 88i39o. Pork steady
at sis 60 lor that maoy to ibip. Lard a-eady.
Bacon steady; shoulders 6\c; eira - rib aide? o\c
clear sides 10c wm iky arm st 89c.
ST. Lons, November 22.
Floor Arm and la fmr demand, wir ti some eales
rather higher, cora dall and a shade lower at
80Ka32c for mixed on track; 33o in elevator.
Whisky Arm at 90c. Pork quiet at $18 lor new.
Bacon, nothing dolo r. Lard unproved demand
at 7Kc for prime stet m.
New Torie JYaval stores Market;
Nsw TORE, November 21.
The Dally Bulletin saya: Receipts to-day 1026
bbls rosin, 148 bbls spirits turpeutlse. Spirits
turpentine has been moderately active, bot
prices again show a weakening tendency, closing
with 69c bid and 0Teringa neely made at 60o.
Sali s Include 160 bbl.?, at 60", 100 bbl. at OOKC, and
200 bbls at atc - ai rained rosin cotitlnu?s dull,
bat prices about ateedy. sales 400 bbls at' $416.
The better grade? ar ; quiet, aod we only hear of J
60 bbls No 1 at $4 76. Tar and pitch unchanged.
. New York Rice market.
NEW TORE. November 21.
The Dally Boll et in saya: The market is o oil and
entirely michanged. sales are reported or 360
bags Rangoon ac l&'Xc, and eo tierces Carolina
atSdSKc The stoc.': of foreign to-nlgnt ls 8000
Weekly Kc view of the Wilmington
Narai atores Market.
WILMINGTON, November 2L
SPIRITS TURPENTINE - sine? tue opening of the
perlud nader review this market has Battered a
decline or ?KC per gfilLm. On Friday the market
waa unsettled aod no trans-, ?tions were reported,
and again on Satuiclay we Were onabie tu leam
of any eales, bat on Monday the market opened 1
quiet at a d?cim? o : 10 since the last reporttd
sales. On Tueadav a farther decline of lc was
effected, and sales of soo casks was made at 64. s e.
on Wednesday titer) existed a good inquiry fur
thia article, and (00 casks cnauged hauds at
thequoiatlonof tho day b fore, vlz:64j?o. The
receipts are good, aod me expoi ts are a little off.
ROSIN.-This mar i et o, eu ed at a decline of ten
cents lor atndued. On saturday no sales or rosin
was reported. Mnnaay, salea of 2.00 obis, were
reported at $3 60 for s rained, and ag? in on Tue
day strained w*a niported ac $3 eu; but lt waa
quite evident that t ne undertone of the market
waa considerably weaker than lt was the u, y pre?
vious, and for the pi ist two days strained bas been,
very dull and dragging. We learn that $3 so is4
all that baa b -en offered for strained for the past
two or three days. The other grades have experl
enced a correspond og decline.
CAUDB TURPENTINE.-AC the beglanlng of the
period under revteir the tone of the m trket ruled
Arm at the olOnlug n notar ion of last week, but on
Saturday the market showed signs of a decline;
since then no prie J bad been agreed upon until
Tuesday, when a cctiCessiou of 26c for yellow dip,
virgin and bard was dem mded and acceded to
by the Inspectors who held - the atook. The re?
ceipts this week ha re been somewhat larger than
tcose of the preced? ag week.
Interior Cotton Markets.
ORIEN VILLE, November 20.
Cotton ls selling to-day at ioxal7e.
. YOREVTLLB, November20.
Market nnehangsd and steady. Extremes 16
tO 17C. :>.-"
CHARLOTTE, November is.
The market ls tinlet aud steady as joliows :
Good ordinary lfl>,c; low middling iry to 17M;
and middling 17K- Sales fur the Week 670 bales.
WLNN8BOE0', November 21.
For the past two weeks 1-2 balta bave b en sold
la this market at pnces ranging from i&ji ai7 *c
CHESTER, November 20.
Market quiet; ordinary leftc; good ordinary
ia?; low middling 10y ; middling 17 y.
MACON, > 0 vern ber 20.
There ls an activo demand for floe coi ton at quo
tattoos, While theie ls little or no tail for inferior"
grades. Tbe mar ket closed ationg to-d.y at isc
for m ddllngs. The receipts to-day were 471
balea; anipmenta 341; aalen 480.
Market In good demand fur better g>adea; or?
dinary i6Kc; gord ordinary 17#; low ml idling
17\; middling 18. Sales 382 bales; receipts 602;
I shipments 447.
! MONTOOHERT, November 20.
Market ArmTo-d?y;oruli ary iee; good ordinary
, 16X; atrlot good ordinary 17Xal7K; lowmddling
I 17x; middling i7*;al7Ji.
OloDeu, 4)ooiertj, Ste.
KIO AND CASTOR GLOVE,
FROM ONE TO SIX BUTTONS.
BlaCk, White, Ltgtt, Mode aod Dark. Ail the new
fancy colors to natch the prevailing shades
of Silks and Dress Goods.
For sale, wholesale and retan, by
ARNOLD, CONSTABLE & CO.,
SOLE AGENT ."OB TBE UNITED STATES.
^??BTHEASTfiBN RAILROAD OOM
CHABLBBTON, 8. C.. June 8,1872.
Trains will leave u?arles ton Dally at 10.16 A. M
nd 8.00 P. M.
arrive at U?arlos ton e. oo A. H. (Mondays ex*
?pied) and a p. M.
Train does not leave (marleston 8.00 P. H., sra
Train IearlnKIO. 16 A. H. mates through COnneC
lon'to Now lort, via men mona and Acqola
Jreek only, going through In 44 honra.
Passengers leaving by 8.00 P.M. Train nave
toolee o? rente, via Richmond and Washington,
ir via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving
"SIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY In Bal
imore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN.
UT m Wilmington, N. 0.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleas
int route to Cincinnati. Chicago and other points
Weet and No uhwest, both Trams making con
sections at Waahlugton with Western Trains o?
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
?. S. SOLOMONS.
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. OLP.APOR. Gen. Ticket Anent. m av 21
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
OHABXB8TON, Juno 13, 1873.
On and after MONDAY, Jone nth, the Pas
acngcr Trains on this Road will ron as follows:
Leave Charleston daily.8.80 P. li,
Arrive at savannah dally.9.46 P. M.
Leave Savannah dally.1L80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A. M.
Leave Charleston, sunday s excepted.. 7.40 A. **.
Arrive at Savannah, Snndaysexcepted. 8.80 P. al.
LeaveSavanaah, Sundays excepted... li A. h.
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exe'ted. 0.60 P.V.
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for all stations OB that Road, (Sundaya excepted.)
Freight forwarded dally on through bills of lad
mg to points in Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Ruston. Prompt dispatch given to
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal
Railroad and at as low rates as by any other lina
Tloketa on sale at thia office for Beaufort over
Port Royal Railroad. C. 8. GADSDEN,
. Eaglneer and Superintendent
S. a BOYLSTON, Oen'I Ft. and Ticket Agent.
jgODTH CAROLINA RAILBOAD.
cn AELBBTON, s. C., September 27, 1873.
On ana alter SUNDAY, Septcmoer 29, the Pas?
senger Tratua on the South Carolina Railroad will
run aa folio wa:
Leave Charleston.9.80 A M
arrive at Columbia.~.6.20 r M
Leave Charleston.....9.80 a M
Arrive at Augusta.6,40 r M
Leave Columbia. 9 00 a M
Arrive at Charleston.4.80 r ii
Leave Augunta. 9.QJ A M
Arrive at charleston.4.ao p M
COLUMBIA NIGHT IX F Kiga.
Leave Charleston. 7. VJ P M
Arrive at columbia.0.80 A M
Leave Columbia.7.60 r M
arrive at Charleston.e 46 A M
AUGUSTA NIGHT KXPBK86.
Leave Charleston. 8 80 r M
Arrive at Augusta.7.86 A M
Leave Augusta.- -. 0.16 r M
Arrive at Charleston.6.60 A H
Leave Summerville at. 7.26 A u
Arrive at charleston. . 8.40 A M
Arrive at summerville.4.40 F H
CAMD IN TRAIN.
Leav6 Camden.?... 7.30 AM
Arr; ve at Columbia.H.6o A M
Leave jolumbla.3.10 r M
Arrive at Camden.6.66 p M
lfay and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon and Augusta Railroad, Central Railroad
and Georgia Railroad. This ls the quickest and
most direct route and as comfortable and cheap as
any other route to Louisville, Cincinnati. Chicago,
St. Louis and all other points Weet abd Northwest.
Columbia Night Train, connects with Greenville
and columbia Railroad; and Day and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Brad.
Tnrough tickets on aale via thia route to all
Camden Train connecta at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, and
runB throne ti to Columbia.
A. L. TYLER, vice-President?
R. R. PTO KENS. O. T. A. iep27
A. J. SULLIVAN
BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR,
No. 113 MEETING STREET,
NEARLY OPPOSITE CAMERON, BARKLEY A CO
Desiree to inform bis friend* and tb* pubdc
that be ls prepared to oarry on tho HEVCIML
BUILDING BUSINESS. Repairs of all kin .is at?
tended to, Designs and estimates furnished upon
M . J . G A Y JB R ,
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
jy^OSES GOLDSMITH & SON,
COLONNADE ROW, VENDUE RANGE.
Highest cash Price paid for WOOL, WAX
Bides. Skins, Paper Stock, Iron, and all kinds of
. ? ALSO, ?
Dealers in COTTON, Naval Stores and Scorch
Drags at IDhaltsale.
f BELLOC'S CHARCOAL ^
Approved by the Imperial Academy
of Medicine Paris
2rr LOZENGES ^9 Hr
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties that Belloc ? Charcoal owes its
great efficacy. It is specially recommended
fer the following atfections.
. CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OP EMPLOYMENT. - Helloo'. Charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, ils beneficial effects are felt aller the lint
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle'
ol'powder and box of lozenge*.
Depat ia Paris, L. FRERE, 19, roe Jacob
I Agenta In Charleaton: D? WIE, MOISE A ?
\J)AV1S, Wholer-ale Druggists. A
?Hccciie*, SLiqnuia, &-t
H. KLATTE & CO.
AQENT8 FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. LI. KLATTE A'CO.
Sole Ageu's for Charleston for th>s Celebrated
Brand of PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
RYE* and B URBON.
These Whiskeys are guarantied pure KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from all compound im
purities, a- d highly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical use. The Brand la patented
to prevent Infringements.
BARKHOUSE BROS. A CO.,'
we respectfully inform our friends and custom-1
ers that we k-ep constantly on hand a full supply
or the above already favorably well known Whla
eyB. and offer same to the trade at dist mer's
prices. H. KLATTE A CO.,
aug814tUth6mo No. las East Bay.
Tbe first-class British Bark; " NIMROD," J_
HiLLiPS, Master, will have dispatch tor'SUL
DOTO port. For ireigut eogagea eau apply-va -
GibBts 4 BARNWELL, .
novis- Mona Atlantic Wharf.
pOR L I V BR fro OL : 1 :
Toe fl rat-class UrUls? bars S TO RM Y W.T. __A
IEL, 8. w. DICK master, being of smaoSft
?partly and a portion ot ber cargo engagea, mu
lave quick dispatch. - . ;
Apply to HENRY GARD, .
rHE PEI LAD EL Pin A IRON ?STEAM
rHE FIRST-GLASS IROS SCBEWbSTEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Bl neil BJ, ;
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter, i
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a. instr
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad compa?
nies at both termini afford r >pld transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, ead
to and from Cincinnati, st, ionia, Chicago and tbs
principal cities of the Northwest, Boston: Rori
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing.Centre*.
aar The VIRGINIA la appointed to sau from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAS-, 20th November, at
4 o'clock P. M- . >&-tz*. ?
?- The GULF STREAM will follow. . . . -_
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union "Wnarves.
W. P. OLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. lt
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
OK NEW YOBS.
ON TH UBS DAY, 28THNOTEMBEB, AT
4 O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM UNE-ESTABLISHjp> 1870.
STATE BOOMB ALL ON DECK: V *
The Splendid New Iron Sidewheel steamship
GEORGIA. Holmes, Commander, will sall for New
York on THURSDAY. 28th November, at 4 o'clock
P. M.. from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves. . '
Through BUis of Lading to liverpool and tba
Ntw England cities as usuaL '
ns- Insurance by steamers of this Une % per
For Freight or Passage engagements, bavins
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No. 29 Broad
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union
?HANGE OF SAILING DAYS,
INORE A SED SERVICE. ' (
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COHPANf?
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA' AND JAPAN. ,
? j : <-?
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. 1
_. ii n .);.?! vi*
Steamers or the above line leave Pier
No. 42. North Elver, loot of Canal street.
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of ttr
and 80th of every month, except when ._
fail on .innday, eben tbe Saturday preced
All departures connect at Panama with .
era for ?oath Pacific and Ceatral American porta.
For Japan and China, Steamers leave sad'Fra?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls os
Sunda?-then on the day preceding; . ' .
No California Steamers tonuh at Havana, bot
go direct from New York to Asplnwau. .
- one hundred pounds baggage free to each adulU
at tho COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, OU the
Wharr foot of Canal street, North-River, Kew
York. F. R. BABY, Agent. .
JjpOR LIYBBFOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MALLE.
THE LIVERPOOL AND- GREAT WESTERN
lYiu dispatch one of their nrst-cia*s, full powei
l:on Screw ateamshipafrom
PIER No. 40 N. E., EVERT WEDNESDAY.
Cabin Passage $80. gold. '. '
steerage Passage (Office No. SO Broadway) | sa,
i orren cy.
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WIIJ^IAMfl A GUION,
No. ea wau street, N. T.
S. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
?y the Charleston ana New York Steamers, whick
nake close connection with the above lina. '
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to ;
JAME* ADGER 4 CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER t COU
niavfl Qr WM. A. OOURTENAT. ' ?
JUGULAR LINE FOB GEORGETOWN,
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.
Time Table or Steamer EMILIE, _ l^T^hL
Captain C. c. white, f"r November, Jjrip___
LB A VS CHARLBSTOJf. LB AVK OBOROKTOWN.
MONDAY, Nov 4. 7 A M WBONBS'T. Nove, 5 AM
FRIDAY, .^OV 8, 7 A V MONDAY, Novit, 6AM
w'E?NK?'Y, Nov ia, 7 A M FRIDAY. NOV IS. 6AM
MONODY, NOV 18. 7 AJI *IDNKS'Y,NO*20.6AM
h RID AY, NOV 22, 7 A M MONDAY, Nor 26, 6 AM
WBDNES'Y. Nor 27, 7 A M FRIDAY, Nov 20. 6 A M
TOU'BING AT SOOTH ?MT.ASD. WAVERLY,
EK1THFIELD AND WEYMOUTH MILLS
EVERY TRIP. ; . ?VJ
S6T Freight received day bf fore ssJllD g.
AU i- rei?nt and wbatfag* most be pepald.
No Freight received alter sunset.
Duplicate receipts rcqrored with all shipments.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
SHACKELFOKD * KEuLY, Agents,
North /?Hantle Wharf, Charleston, S. 0.
A. MORGAN. Agent, Georgetown, 8, C.
BEELY LINE TO
SAVANNAH, GA., AND SEMI-WEEKLY TO
BEAUFORT, 8. 0. .
Cap tun W. T. MoNelty,
WU! leave Accommodation wharf . ._~?_
every MONDAY MORNIC o,at 8 o'clock._62E0ba
'< r Savannah, Btaoiun. Huton Head aud ap.uuu
Wells. Returning, will leave savannah every
iCKSi1 AY MORNING.
I wm i. ave .or Beaufort, Paciac and Cblsolm's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
I Keturittiig, wm leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Goona consigned to care of Agents wm be for?
warded free of storage or comm ls don.
Freight received wgnKK-tDATS and SATURDAYS
must be prepaid to Way Landings. ? ' '
Freight received for points on savannah River,
to be transferred to Strainer CLYDE, which leaves
Savannah every TUBSDAY MORNIWO.
N B. After toe 16tb Instant. 26 per cent, addi?
tional win oe chanted on Freight to ail points,
except .*avann*h and Beaufort.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
octo-wa_No. so East Bay.
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid side-wheel Steamer
DI?TATUR. Captain L. MCoxetter,.
CITY POINT, Captain George E. Mci
leave charleston every TUESDAY and FRIDAY
EVENINGS, at 8 o'clocK, Tor SAVANNAH, FER?
NANDINA, JACKSONVILLE PAuATKA, AND
ALL LANDINGS" ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER,
Returning, DICTATOR will leave PALATKA FRI?
DAY MORNING, and SAVANNAH SUNDAY MORN oto,
arriving here SUNDAY AfTBRNOON.
CITY POINT WUI b-ave PALATKA MONDAY
HORNING and SAVANNAH WKDNBBDAY MORN?
ING, arriving hi-re WBDNSSDAY AJTSBI OON.
C*nnectlou ta made at Fernandina with Rail?
road lor New Orleans and Havana, via Cedar
Ke stat JactsonvtUewith Steamer STARLIGHT
lor Mellonvule. Eitorprise and Upper st. John's
River: at Toool with Railroad for S t Angus ,
due; and at Palatfca with Steamers for the Ock
"*all i^ftgMfiv Woy Landmgs must be prepaid
0tFor aFrelght br Passage, having elegant ac
commodauons, *?P$??BL ft cO*i?w?
Corner vanderhorst's Wharf and Bast. Bay.