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MEETINGS IBIS DAT.
Phoenix Flro Company, at 2 P. M.
German Fire Company, at half-past 2 P. M.
.Etna Fire Company, at hair-past 1 P.M.
Ashley Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
La Candeur Lodge, at 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
John G. MUnor & Co. will sell at 10 o'clock,
at their salesroom, clothing, dry goods, caps,
. Leitch A Bruna will sell at ll o'clock, near
the Postofflee, real estate.
Lowndes tc Grlmball will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Postoffice, real estate..
Steffens, Werner & Ducker will sell at 9
o'clock at their stores, butter, shoulders, As.
Blecke & Peterman will sell at hall-past 9
o'qlockf at their stores, hams, shoulders, &c.
Lauroy, Alexander & Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at their store, strips, bellies, Sec.
The range ol the thermometer yesterday at
the drug store of Dr. Joseph BlackmaD, on
the south side of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. Mv. 66; 10 A. M., 61; 12 M., 68; 2 P.M.,
69; 4 P. M., 67; 6P. M., 62; 8 P. M., 61.
Ula reported that au uocompllsbed Charles?
ton organist has been invited to take charge
or the preparation of the oratorio of the Ore.
allon lor presentation to the public during the
winter. No city of Us : size has a larger cum?
ber of accomplished professional and amateur
musicians than are found In Charleston, and
the Creation could, no doubt, be rendered In a
highly satisfactory manner. It wonld, of
course, require lime and hard work, but the
resp.lt would amply repay those engaged lor
their labor ol lore. The winter does not
promise to be superlatively gay, and lt ls
hoped, therefore, that lt will be lound practi?
cable to work up the oratorio spoken of.
THE FIRE DEPARTMENT.
The Hope, the Pioneer and the Stonewall
Steam Fire Engine Companies were. Inspected
yesterday, and passed the ordeal very satis?
factorily. As far as lc has gone the inspec?
tion shows that the machinery and apparatus
are' in ?ood order, and that the department ls
in first-rate working trim. The officers are
well satisfied, and the public may rest confi?
dent that their examination was searching
and thorough, not a holiday affair. Orders
hare been given for what additional bose ls
needed, and in ten days every company will
hare a maximum supply. Inthe meanwhile
there la plenty of material on hand for every
A RAP UPON THE HEAD.
Edward Bennett, colored, was struck on the
bead .with a large chu el, by another colored
man named Foster, in Mazjck' street yester?
day. The. blow Inflicted an ugly gash upon
the right tide of the forehead, Just abore the
eye. Bennett went to the City Hospital,
where hie wound was dressed by Dr. Young,
the surgeon in charge. It was not of a serious
nature. Bennett's statement was that be was
disputing with his landlady when Foster came
up and interfered. He told Foster to go away,
as the matter under dispute was not of his
concern, whereupon the latter struck him
? with a chisel which he held in his band.
THIC CONGEST OF OLE BULL.
?TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEWS.
Nature has implanted In every bosom the
love of harmony, and in every age music has
been identified with civilization. All popular
amusements in which muslo forms a promi?
nent feature, improve the morals, and ought to
receive the decided encouragement of a com?
munity as an essential element Intimately con?
nectai with the social welfare and happiness
Of the people. These remarks hare been sug?
gested by the announcement of the concert of
the great maestro of the riolln, which will take
place on Thursday next. His last appearance
In this city waa la the year 1858, when his ser
vloea were kindly volunteered to the lad lea In
behalf of the Calhoun Monument Association,
All who were present at Institute Hall (which
was crowded to its utmost capacity) on that
occasion, will remember the dellolous-stralno
or bis violin, which tended to harmonize and
assuage the passion?, touched the heart with
floe emotions, and opened the secret avenues
of our nature to the m agio power of his will.
Them was a magnetism in his musical genius
OB that erasing.that made its Impression on'
every heart. Becent art criticisms, both in
Europe and America, accord In pronouncing
him without a peer, the greatest living riolln
?st. Ole Bull will be assisted by Miss Bldg
' way and Signor Farraptl, both, possessing
highly cul tl vated voices, and Mr. J. N. Patter
non will preside at the pianoforte.
" We advise all who desire to listen to delight?
ful strains of matohless harmony to secure
their seats early, as a-full and fashionable at?
tendance will be sure to greet the distin?
guished artist. PAOAN?NL
THE NSW CLERK OF COURT.-Mr. Jacob Wlill
mao, recently elected clerk of the court for
thia county, waa duly installed Into office yes?
terday; and all the property, books, papers,
Ac., pertaining to the clerk's office were turn
?ad orer to his charge.
';, "The new school commissioner will not bein-'1
stalled Ia bia office until January.
THE FLORAL EXHIBITION.-Toe Agricultural
Society of South Carolina rill hold Hs annual
floral exhibition, in this city, during the com?
ing spring. Any intonation desired will be
given by Dr. A. B. Bose, chairman of the
committee of arr an ge m enta.
A FALL BT TES WATSIDB.-Yesterday after?
noon, about a quarter-past four o'clock, a
gray horse ataohed to a cart filled with
bricks, driven by Mr. Michael" Barlow, while'
turning the corner of Ll berty and King si rue ts,
.Upped and fell, breaking che- right shaft off
.the1 carr. The policeman on 'dutyVTn the
.?Iclnliy assisted the drlrar In freeing the. anl
m al from ?IB burden.
CARELESS Darmo.-A lady and two Chil
dren were run over by a horse and buggy at
the corner of Vaoderhorat and King streets
.'yesterday afternoon. The lady was seriously
lr.Jured, but the occupant of the buggy, with a
nonchalance that m .Tits the severest repri?
mand, did not slacken his speed, and seemed
to'care nothing about the victims of his rapid
iNTK&ssrcro TO NDMISJ?ATI8TS.-A cata?
logue bas been issued by Mr. W. H. Stro?
bridge, of New Tork, containing a description
of the coins and medals belonging 'to the e*
tate pl our late fellow-citizen, the Hon. Chas.
M. Fur man, and announcing the sale td take
place at Clinton. Hall, Astor Place, New York,
on the Uth, lSth and lath of December next,
bj Messrs. Geo. A. Learnt A Co., under the
dlreoyomof Colonel Jno. E. Carew, the ad?
At the eame time and place will be offered
for sale a collection ot rateable paintings by
the old master,, belonging to the eame estate,
among which are ?Tbs Greyhounds," by Bu?
bons, date 1625, and an "Ecce Homo," by
SERIOUS CUTTINO AFFRAY.
1 Negro Man Han-Karled tn St. An.
A negro named Prince Heyward was dan?
gerously Blabbed by a negro named Duncan
Washington in an affray wblch tcok placo on
Sunday afternoon near the workshops ol' tbe
Savannah and Charleston Railroad Company
in St. Andrew'd-Parish. Hey ward was stabbed
in the calf of the right' leg, and In the leit
side o? the abdomen, near th-J groin. From
the latter wound a mass of Intestines protru?
ded, and in that condition he was brought
across Ashley River a~d carried to the City
Hospital about Ave o'clock P. M. on Sunday.
The intestines were restored to their normal
position, and the wound waa sewed up by Dr.
Buist. Tbe wound, however, ls of BO serious
a nature that the man will probably die, Yes?
terday he was in a perfectly rational state of
mind, and he related the circumstances con?
nected with the cutting to a reporter ot THE
According to Hey ward's statement, he and
a number ot other negroes, all employees Of
the Savannah and Charleston Railroad Com?
pany, among whom was Washington, were
playing near the company's workshops, on
the west bank of the Ashley. Washington, who
was drunk, began wrestling with him. He
threw Washington down, and seeing that the
latter was growing angry he got no and left
him. Washington followed and . ? him first
In the leg, and while be was ?bout to get a
stick to defend himself stabbed him again in
the abdomen. Washington was allowed to
escape, but a party of colored men are said lo
have left the olty yesterday for ihe purpose of
I arresting bim._._
ENTERTAINMENTS THIS EVENING.
Soiree of Hook ??it Ladder Company
The first grand soiree ot the Charleston
Hook und Ladder Company No. 1 will take
plaoe thia evening in the company's hall on
Queen street, near King. The committee of
arrangements were basy up to a late hour last
night in decorating the hall with flags, Ac,
and in making other necessary preparations.
The soiree will undoubtedly be one of 'be
most agreeable entertainments of the season,
and will attract a large proportion of the
pleasure loving community. The members of
the Fire Department are invited to aitend in J
uniform. The followlog gentlemen compose
the committee of arrangements: J. H. Loeb,
chairman; John Kresse], F. J. Mc Garey, J. F.
Lyons, and J. E. Corbett. ~
Tbe Get man Rifle Club.
The grand ball of the Deutsohen SchuLzen
Gesellsonaft, or German Rifle Club, Will also
take place at eight o'clock this eveniag In the
Hibernian Hall. The members of the club
will appear In full uniform. Tbe Germans are
celebrated everywhere for the agreeable na?
ture of their entertainments, and the ball this
evening will not fall below their standard.
The price' Of admission ls one dollar. The
following 1B the committee of arrangements:
Vice-president G. Logemann, John Klaite, W,
Molhenhaner, W. Bemken, T. J. Llllenthal,
Theo. Molch era, Henry Buck, John Garves and
H. H. Knee._ .
Jacob Barrett, fast riding through Broad
[ and East Bay streets and abu si og a policeman,
j twx> dollars. John Davis, colored, disorderly
and throwing brickbats into Mr. Edward
\ Daly's store on Meeting street, one dollar or
(ten days. David Davis, drunk, one dollar.
William Holmes, colored, drunk and disor?
derly, turned over to a trial Justice. William
Perry, colored, disorderly, one dollar. Wil?
liam Hicks, colored, drunk and disorderly,
two dollars or twenty days. Thomas Hutson,
drunk and fighting, two dollars or twenty
days. Francis Campbell, colored, disorderly,
resisting and drawing a knife on a policeman,
thirty days. M. Wallace, fast driving by Cente?
nary Church. In Wentworth street, five dollars.
Art ope Judge and Joe Davis, colored, stealing
wood- from Union wharf, held for examina?
tion. Mrs. Mallony, allowing a chimney of
her bouse on the cerner of Washington and
Vernon streets to catch on fire, two dollars.
Joshua White, applied for lodgiogs, dis?
charged. R. Butler and C. Rodgers, colored,
drunk and fighting, turned over to a trial
Justice. Jacob Jenkins, colored, drunk one
dollar or ten days. Simon Fraser, colored,
allowing a chimney of his house, near Presi?
dent street, to get on fire, two dollars. A
dog, and a goat and kid at large, one dollar
for the dog, and one dollar for the goat and
kid. " ^ x.
A COTTON-PICKING MACHINE.
Messrs. Irving A Bruce, of Philadelphia,
have Invented a cotton-pickl ig machine,
whloh they assert will do the work of fifty
two hands, and gather twelve ao -es of cotton
in one day. They -have brought one of the
machines to Charleston, and are ready to put
lt, to work in the-field so that the plantara
maysee and Judge for themselves. As the
maohine is of considerable weight^"they do
not desire to take lt far over the shaky roads
which the defunct county commissioners have
given the" public, but they desire to work lt
on some plantation near the line of the rail?
road, where its merita can be fully tested.
They request, therefore, lhat planters near
Charleston who have cotton not yet picked
out, and who wish to see the machine tried,
will communicate at once with Messrs. Irving
A Bruce at THB'NBWS offloe, In order that the
necessary arrangements may be made without
delay. The communications may . be Bent by
mall or oy telegraph.
DEATH FROM SPASMS.
Wm. Warren, a colored boy about fifteen
years old, died at the City Hospital on Sunday
night from spasms. He was taken to the
I hospital on the Friday afternoon pre viona
with a wound In the ceutre of the forehead,
j which was apparently Blight. The wound was
caused by a blow accidentally received seve?
ral days before his removal to the hospital,
from a piece of wood. The boy lived at No.
310 King street, and waa engaged, when be
received the Injury, In carrying from the
Btreet to the second story some wood which a
sawyer was cutting. Wnlle running rapidly |
down the steps leading from the house to the
street he was struck upon the forehead by a j
piece of wood thrown by the sawyer Into the
passageway. A Jury of inquest was impan?
elled by acting Coroner Mc Kl ia'ay, and ad- j
Journed over lo this morning, when the j
witnesses will be examln- d.
THE CHARLESTON OHRESTOMA THIC
The anniversary meeting of the Charlestorf
Chrestomathie Society was'held last evening,
in the chapel of the Charleston College, which
waa wejl filled with a select audience, largely
composed or ladleB. After music by the band,
the exercises were opened by the Rev. John
Johnson with a prayer. Mr. Robert A. Smith,
of the ooclety, followed lo an admirable ad?
dress on the importance of labor. Professor
N. B. Middleton delivered an address upon
the responsibilities of man, in which be
pointed out the errors of Judgment regarding
character and conduct into which young men
are ap: to fall, and Indicated 'be right course
to pursue In order lo avoid ?hem. Tbe au?
dience was dismissed with a benediction from
IRISH. RIFLE CLUB.
The flag preaeotalloaand bailor this sterling (
club, which takes place on Monday evening,
2d proximo, at Hibernian Hall, will mark aa
event the recollection of which will be cher- '
iehed by our Celtic friends for years. The '
committee of arrangements, under the lead of 1
their active and efficient chairman, Mr. D.
O'Neill, ls now busily engaged in perfecting 1
the various details. The ball will be hand,
somely decorated. A brass and string band
of music has been engaged. One ot Charles?
ton's most distinguished sons, of Irish origin,
has been chosen to present, In behalf ol the
ladles, the beautiful stand of colors which
they have donated; and, a9 ihe president can?
not be present, the duty of receiving lt will
devolve upon. vice-President James J. Grace.
We predict a most enjoyable time for those
who purpose being present.
HOTEL ARRIVALS-NOVEMBER 35.
A. Morgan and wife, Georgetown; Wm. Mose,
Savannah; Jno. Menshaw, Ballimore; E. H.
Packer, New York; Jas. Feldman, Philadel?
phia; Wm. Blodgett, Cleveland; R. Murphy,
Baltimore; A. L. Calhoun, Clio; H. P. Griffith.
Woodruff's; W. T. Blanton, J. W. BlantoD,
Barnwell; D. H. Donnelly, Blchmond; Mrs.|E.
P. Wolfe, and two children, T. M. Scott, Wil?
liamsburg; W. H. Kennedy, South Carolina; L
C. Wilson, Sumter; I. V. Bardln, .Leesville. .
Lewis H. Sondheim, Florida; I. B. Farley,
New York; J. D. Weed, Savaonah; H. F. Buck,
Miss F. Buck, Miss A. Buck, J. E. Dunnberry,
Buoksvllle; J. Chadwick, City.
THK CHARLESTON LIGHT DRAGOON SABRE
CLUB.-At a meeting of the Charleston Light
Dragoon Sabre Club, held last evening at the
Board of Trade rooms, it was resolved thai
the club should have a parade and tilt on the
lah ot December. The line of march will be
taken through the principal streets. An esoon
has been tendered by ihe Social Mounted Club
or this city, and a gab day ls expected. The
meeting last evening was unusually large and
enthusiastic, and was a prac : leal 111 us trallon
of the vitality of ibe organization.
? TOO SMALL.
CHARLESTON, November 26, 1872.
TO TBE EDIrOK OF THE NEWS.
A communication over the signature of
Messrs. Stelnmey er & Stokes appears in your
issue of this morning charging us with mis?
representing their large timber. They say:
"The Courlor'd local embraced in tho above,
which reports a particular lot of timber re?
ceived by us, is in every essential respect true
and correcc; and that "their timber ls repre-.
Bented as an entire fleet (on consignment)
auerao-tnp-1100 and 1300 feet;" "that we re?
port certain logs (chosen particularly) which
range from 1100 lo 2200 feet." We beg to Bay
that Mr. Local was lu error, as Messrs. Steio
meyer A Blokes have no entire fleet of that
average, and the one he alluded to Is not on
consignment, but was purchased by them from
the cutter, Mr. Shlder, who offered lt for sale
j to us, but we declined purchasing.
They say: "The lot from which we thus se?
lect is the same, correctly reported by you
(THE NEWS) not many days since, as received
by Mr. E. L. Halsey, averaging 800 and 1000
feet, and elnce purchased by us." True, we
buy all our timb'.r. and can produce 150 Jogs
measuring from 1000 to 2260 leet.
We do not wish to take any wind out ol the
gentlemen's salis, which are always thrown to
the breeze; we only ask that they be a lillie
more careful what they gire to the public In
the WBy ol unusually-sued lumber.
B. R. HCDGINS A Co.
PERUVIAN GUANO.-Mesara. George W. Wil?
liams A Co. announoe tbls morning the ex?
pected arrival of two thousand tons of tbls
favorite and standard fertilizer direct from
the Guanape Islands. They offer the article
for sale In lots of ten tons at $60, gold, per
too. Planters know that this guano may be
THE Cool BOOM OF THE BODT.-The food
that has been cooked In the kitchen must be
recooked in the stomach before it can be ap?
plied to the nourishment of the body. AB a
means of facilitating this second cooking, in
cases where the process is slowly and Imper?
fectly performed, Hostelter's Stomach Bitters
ls Invaluable. It promotes the generation of
heat in the living laboratory In which the
crude materials for building up and recruit?
ing the human frame are turned into con?
vertible ailment. But this la not all It acta
beneficially upon the cellular membrane
which secrets the gastric Juice, upon the
liver, which produces that natural laxative,
the bile, upon the vessels that receive the di?
gested food, and upon the absorbents which
conoect the digestive organs with the chan?
nels of circulation. If any portion of this
complex machinery ls out of order tbe Bit?
ters will set it right, tbna promoting vigor?
ous digestion, healthy secretion, and the pro?
duction of pure, rloh, life-sustaining blood.
ONE BOTTLE DURAND'S FRENCH POLISH will
renovate a house full of Furniture. Only
fifty oems. novl3-lmo
DRESS Goons-One case cheap DreBs Goode,
25 cents per yard; also, all the finer grades of
dress fabrics from 30 cenia to $2, now being
shown. J. Rt READ A Co. nov23-stuth
ONE HUNDRED fine Singing Canaries, Import?
ed from Germany. Every Bird warranted;
call and see them at my store. Call soon and
secure a choice Bird. William McKay, No. 45
Wentworth street. nov25
CLOAKS, 8HAWLS AND F?RS.-The Cloak and
Shawl Boom ot Messrs. J. B. Bead A Co. now
contains unusual attractions; the latest North?
ern novelties are constantly being displayed.
B. M. MARSHALL & BRO., 33 Broad si re et,
buy and sell on commission, Beal Eslate,
Stooks and Bonds, negotiate Loans, Bent
Property, and sell at auction, furniture at
HARRIS'S "SEAMLESS" KID GLOVES,the finest
Imported. J. R. Read & Co. are ihe Bole
agents for Charleston. nov23-stuth
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. have received
a full assortment of Kid Gloves as follows ;
100 dozen one button, good quality Gloves,
only 90 cents ; 100 dozen two buttons, good
quality Gloves only $1 25. Also Sole Agents
ol the celebrated Chudley'a Kid Gloves, each
pair sold uQder'gitarantee.
KID GLOVES.-J. B. Bead <fc Co. have now in
stoi'.k a full assortment of Kid Gloves, at $100,
$1 25, $1 50, $1 75. nov23-8tutb
FCRCHQOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 275 King
street, have received 100 sets of Children Furs
only $2 26; 100 sets of Children Furs $3
and $4 ; 100 sets ol Ladles* Furs $3 ; full line
of finer Furs from $5 up.
J. R. READ A Co., 263 King street, invite at
attention to their assortment of Light Kid
Gloves (Opera colors) with one button, at$l,
2 buttonB, $1 60 per pair. nov23-stuth
FDRCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 21
narked down their large stock of (
ind great bargalos are offered for this
J. B. BEAD & Co., 263 King street, ha
In store Black Dress 'Goods in great i
Special attention invited to this depai
soDtaiDlng, IQ part, every grade Black
Berlin cord, Biarritz, Serge, Cash mer
rinoes, Eplngllnes, Satteens, Ac, Ac.
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARI
Velocipedes. Boocklng-Horses, Carts,
barrows, Ac., Just received at Von St
No. 229 Sing Btreet, Charleston, 8. C.
having secured the services ot two adi
artist?, one of whom bas had an expert
several years in one of the first gath
Europe, begs to Inform the public thi
now able to finish Portraits with more p
ness than heretofore, and with the
delicacy of style and artistic touch thi
marked his past years work. An eleg
Bortment of Frames, Passepartouts, ?fcc.
ne weet styles,- at moderate prices. Sc
GALLERIES, No..263 King street.
TIME IS MONET.-Clocks, fifty different;
in wood, bronze and marble cases, at i
307 King street, _
GIFTS FOR THE HOLTDATS.-For Stive
fine Watches, cold Opera and Vest Oha!
to Allan's, 307 King street.
CHRISTMAS is coming. For handsome
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons,
Allan's, 307 King street.
TRIBUTS OF RESPECT
To the Memory of the late Hon. Fi
At the last regular "communlcath
Drayton Lodge, No. 4. A T. M., the fol
preamble and resoiutltns were u a aa lr
adopted: f ?
Whereas, it has pleased God In His lnaci
wisdom to remove from our midst a
cherished brother, and from our beloved S
nseful citizen, and again are we remind e.
the grand mystery of life and death still
. o ver our race; as ic lui been from the begi
"man goeth to his long home and the mo
go about the street." The consciousness (
own mortality but makes more polgoai
angnlah when a friend and brother lo tt
vigor of his manhood la no more In thia life.
in-our collective capacity, we bow with at
alon to the wilt of "He who doe th all t
well," and mourn the premature demise (
w t. o possessed marked traits of character; tl
young in years, hla tense of right acid J
waa keen, and be was always found on th<
of right, maintaining lt ax all hazards; pose
as he was of a clear miad, a s rong will, au j
intellect, a warm and affectionate beare, tu
destined to be one of South Carolina's fa
and honored sons. Hts memory we will ev
vere and love; for there ls a halo of light i
gather * about his deeds and acta that wll
forever lu the history of his native Carolina;
whtlo we mourn for bim, t tricKon down l
full vigor of his manhood and usefulness t
dearly beloved State, we are solaced by the r
tion that his ds<tth had been appointed by
vrh ) gaveth and who hath taken away." T
fore, be it . , .
Resolved, That In the death of Florian H. f
thu Lodge haa lost a brother who haa been
to us, and of whom we were all prond, and
State an upright, honest and promising y<
Resolved, That while sro lament the deat
one so deservedly dear to us all we will
cherish the remembrance of hts many vin
and hts coarse while la our midst received
hearty endorsements and deserves to be t m
ed nv all.
Resolved, That we extend to bia bereaved
widowed mother and her family our ainrere
heartfelt sympathy In thtB great affliction
sorrow, believing that "God ubaateneth t
whom He loves."
Resolved, That a blank page In our Mil
Book b .? lof cnb. d to his memory, and that a i
of this preamble and t he-e resolutions be tr
mitte? to his distressed mother and her faml
Resolved, That the above preamble and rei
Mob8 be pub.lahed In THE DAILY NEWS ot
j Extracts from the Minutes.
E. PITH A Y BBAIRD,
Secretary Drayton Lodge, No.A, A T. 1
The Charleston Cotton, Rice and Na
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS,
MONDAY EVENING, November 26, 1872.
COTTON.-There waa rather a good demand
thia staple, the market Bhowing generali
steady tone. Salea about 1500 bales, viz: 2
17,20 at 17 x. 182 at 17X. 131 at 17X, 22 at 1
442 at 18. 09at 18)?', 187 at IS*, 173 at 18X.
at lb),', 17 at 18),'c. We qa o te :
Ordinary to good ordinary.17 ?17X
Low mldd.lng.18 0
RICE-This market ahowei steady reata
with a irood annand, ?alei about 800 tierces
clean Carolina, say 72 tlercea at exe, iso at i
60 at 7, 49 at TX, 10 at 7 ?c fi rb. We quote ot
mon to fair at 6X<$0%o;gtiod 7@7Mc
NATAL STORES.-Toe receipts wera 175- h
spirits turpentine and 610 bbls rjBin. Th
were no s ales reported.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Pteam, direct, -
on uplands, - on sea islands; via New To
U-lOaXd on uplands, IMd on sea Islande; by s
)?d on uplands, and fid on sea islands.
Havre, lc on uplands. Coastwise-to Ni
Tork, by steam. Mc on uplands and - on a
Islands; f 2 ft tierce on rice; eoe fl bbl on rosl
by sau, -o f lb cn oottoo; --o fl tierce
rlce;60c fl bbl un rosin; $11012 fl Monium.be
$12 $12 60 9 M on timber. To Boat u, by etea
Mc on uplands and $2 60 ft tierce on rice; by aa
-c ft lb on uplauda; rosin 70o; resawed ati
$12@12 60; tlmr-er $13013 60; phosphate $506 ?
To Providence, by aatl $io?n ft M on board
-c ft lb on conon; by steam ftc via New Tori
To Philadelphia, by aream S'c on uplands; $i
ft tierce on rice; soo ft bbl on rosin; $1 on spirit
Through bills of lading given to Boston, Prot
dence and the New England cities are regular:
issued on thia route, and dispatch guarantiee
By sall, (8 ft M on boards; $12 on timber; -1
ton on clay; $3 60 on phosphates. To Bal tl mon
by steam -o ft lb; by Ball j;9?8 flo fl Ho
boards;-on timber; $3 60 ft ton at city; $4(
4 60 ft ton up river on phosphate rook. Teasel
are In demand by our merchante to take lumbe
frelghta from Georgetown. S. C., Darien and Satli
la River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northen
ports, and $10,312 ft M are the rates on timbe
ExcHANOB.-sterllng 60 day bills 20M.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchas
sight checks on Now York at x@X per cent, off
and sdi at par.
Markets by Telegraph.
Wnnn n"? , LONDow, November 25.
52?"-Consols 92*. Fives 88*.
changed8 ' 1,80 8 aBd American seem liles un
o PARIS, November 26.
Rentes?0'6 ?ecrcafle(1 ??alf million francs,
K7Pnrr^Boi!Seoxc,tfd-ftnd nat- Rentea62f.
hveuing.-tteniea 62f 76o.
Nonn p?."h. "aw T?RK, November 25.
fin,? J?;7H re'Kht8 hearty. Stocks very strong.
?" Money firm at 7. Exchange
? & 1 ort ,0- Government* dull and heavy.
Staie Bonds very quter. T**
?r?H?!1!DfrrGol(1 ,or commlaslon moatly MS.
5*2?L??f?? bankers sate higher. Gold ISM.
Goverumenta firm, atatva steauy. vumi0-'?
M""" " ; LIVERPOOL, November 25
?S?? I4'OOOBA,E8- s*T?
EvenlnirTcotton cloii-d fl-m but unchanged
uP'ands for December and January
RnmhDnlmroK?annary- 9 "-"J ?htpmente from
Bombay to 25th since last report 4000 b des.
..""" "M. NEW YORK, November 25.
?SMSS?*^ 88 2,M BR,E8: UPLAND9
Evening.-Colton stead;; sales 4106 bales at
19Xc; net receipts 887 balta; gross 10,806; fa tures,
Saturday evening 2100 balsa, as follows: Novem?
ber, io 3 leal?*; Deo9mbiir, 18J?; January. 18#;
Febrna<y 10 l ie; March, 19)?; April, locals 9-16;
May, i9j??; Bales or faturet to day 20,700 bales, SB
follows: November, 18 ? leuis'i; December 18
1-16; January. I8j?al9; February. 19*al9 3
March, 19Xal9X; Aprl-, itu; May 19%.
BOSTON. November 2S
Cotton quiet and: stead?r; net receipts 32 bales
gross 2821;sa ta 260: stock4000.
BALTIMORE, November 26
Cotton Arm; middling! 19c; net receipts 28
bales; gross 713; exports coastwise 26; sales 126
8108k 616 J.
NUEFOLK, November 26
Cotton steady; net receipts soso bales; exports
coastwise 1666; sales 260; nock 11.268.
WILMINGTON, November 26
Cotton Arm; net receipts 2626 bale?; salea 106
A feDSTA, November 25
Cotton qnlet; midd lin rs UJic; receipts 1171
bales; sales ii36
SAVANNAH, November 25
Cotton quiet aud Orm; :iet receipts ests tales
exporta coastwise 2948;sides 2264; stock 70 232.
? [Eiipnja, Novemner 25
Cotton Inactive m consequence of the horse
disease; receipts 4947 bales'; shipments 2719; stock
MOBIL?? November 26
Ordinary lTtfc; low middlings 18Kal8i<; mid
dungs 18J?; net receipts '.1093 oak-s: exports coast
wise 273^; sales 1200; stock 26.881. -
QAIVSOTON, November 25.
Cotton steady; net receipts 3181 bales; exports
coastwise 1007; sales ison; stock 4097.
Nsw ORLEANS, November 25
Cotton active and Arm; good ordinary 17>ic
low middlings 18X; middlings 19s ; net receipts
6789 bales; gross 7916; exports to the Continent
4584; coastwise 2073; sales 2600; last evening 12JO
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
Li rsRPOOL, November 25.
Noon -Breads tun's quiet. Corn 29. Hour SO.
Evening.-Rosin Heal 1? 6d. Turpentine 46s.
LONDON, November 25.
Evening.-Tallow 40s l?d.
Nitw YORK, November 26.
Noon.-Floor steady. Wheat a shade firmer.
Corn Arm. Pork steady; mess $16. Lard quiet,
B-psm 8Xa"ri. Turpem me Arm at 62,Si. Kosln
quiet at $3 86.
Evening.-Floor Arm and moderately active
WhlHkey lower at OStfaiH. Wheat heavy and la2
lower. Corn heavy and lower; extreme scarcity
in freight room cheela export. Rice 7xa8x
Pork $16. Lard weat at 8>fa8Ji. Turpentine
Arm. Rosin quiet. Tallow quiet at 8Va9 v.
ST. LOUTS, November 25.
Flour firm and in fair demand for best super
fine, winter wheat itt 45tl 60. corn steady
No. 2 mixed 80KC, olosed at 80c. Wblskey steady
at ooo. Pork q J let at $14. Bacon only in limit?
ed jobbing demand. Lard uncnaoged.
LotusTiLLi. November 26.
' Tobacco firm, sales very light and receipts
srxaiL Flour steady. Corn dud at 42c. Pro?
CINCINNATI. November 26.
Flour tn fair demand and firm. Corn steady
Pork qnlet at $12 76al8. Lard dull, steam 7 sa
7 M c. Bacon dull; shoulders ejfc; olear rlbo^c
c.ear sides 6*0. Whiskey firm at 89c.
The New Torte cBTton Market
Nsw Toax November 22.
The Financial Chronicle saja: There has been
a decided and very general ad van ce lu cotton
daring the past week. For November delivery
the highest point louohed was #c adva ce on
toe closing price of last Friday, but for ootton
on the spot and the later mont hi prices have
been only a XaJio higher. This would Indioatc
aomethtug or a "corner" in November contraer?
bat the g?ner il 1 m pro vernen t seems to have ne en
mainly doe to tne strong accounts and higher
quoi at lo a a received from Liverpool and to the
decreased receipts at the ports, which' continued
only on a moderate scale for the first four days
of i he Week, on Thursday, however,- th* upper
tendency was checked, the movements to the
ports being free, the receipts at New Orleans rr
p rted on that day reaching double the average
of the week; and, although Liverpool w?s quoted
strong, the export demand fe 1 off, the market
closing quiet at Ko ai vance from the prevtooB
day for spot cotton, while for futures the high est
prices of the day were at the opening, tbe close
being i;is 10 Ho lower, except for November, in
wbich the decline was s-16, and for March Xe
To-dAy the market was dall throughout, wi tn
prices for f ata rps showing some depression, B pot
quotations unchanged. Tne prices for rutares
last reported were (basis low midd lng) 19^0 LT
November. 18Aic for December, 18\c for January,
lee for February, ie o-idc for March, l9)?c fo
April, 10 1146s for May, and 20C for Jane. The
total sales or this description for tbe week are
r, 6,45 J talc. For immediate delivery the total
sa es fout np this week 11.220 bales. Including
8823 for export, eon for consumption, 786 for
speculation, and 600 la transit.
Interior Cotton w arne ts.
BiNNBTrsrnxK, November 22.
Cotton la selling at manne ,
I'HBBAw, November 22.
Strict middling per ponud i7xc, middling 17
low middling l7o.
Receipts by Railroad, November SS.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1561 bales cotton, 166 bales goods, 180 bbls floor,
8 cars stock.To Railroad Agent, A J Salinas, Pel
zer. Kodgera A co. W C Bee A co, Q U Walter A
co, Witte Bros, Pringle A bon, o W William? A co,
A S smith, L D DeSansanre, Counts A Wroton,
Mowry A bon, Colcock A co. Mnrdaugh A Week?
ley, Caldwell A Son, F L Meyer. JuHnstoa. Crews,
A co, w w smith A co, Kinsman A Howell, Sioan1
A Soignions, Reeder A Davis, Jno tfanokel. B H
Frost 4 co, W C Courtney A co, W B Williams A
Son, Trenholm A son W B Smith A co, Wi a s A- co,'
NORTHS AST KBN BAI LRO AD. .. ?_
183bales upland cotton, 3 bags.sea island-cot?
ton. 14 bbls -spirits turpentine, 179 bbls rosin,
cars lumber, tobacco, mdse, Ac To Frost A CO.
W K i-.yan, A J Salinas, O H Walter A co Mowry
A Son, F 0 Borner, T P Smith, A ..-> Smith, Cald?
well A Son, w B williams A Sun, W O Courtney A
co, Q W williams A cc Barden A Parker, Tren?
holm A Son, Whllden A Jones. W O Bee A co,
Prie gie A Son. Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Murd tugh A
Weekley. Raven d A co, Heeder A Du vis, P ti
Fludd, Witte Broi, S D Stoney, Kinsman A'
Hovell. Bollmann Broi. Crawley A Dehon. F 0
Mey. Quackenbosb, 'Estin A 00, TO Snowden,
Ooldamltb A Sons, Gaillard A Mlnott, E Welling,;
Railroad Agent, Order, and others.
SAVANNAH ANO CHARLESTON. RAILROAD.
121 balea upland and is bags sea. island cotton?
1ST bbls rosin, 606 bushels rough rice,-12 bbls
'Spirits turpentine, cars lamber, mdse, Ac. To W
c Bee A co, Murdaugh A Weekley. Mowry A son,
J Cosgrove. W c Courtney A co, s D Stoney,
coonta A Wroton, T 0 Vince, J Ooloock A co,'
Barden A Parker, Ravenel A co, Kin-mau A
Horrell, stoney A Lowndes, H Bischoff A co,
Whllden A Jones, L F Behling, w Onrney, Ooii
lard A Mtnott, s A Gaillard. W P Dowling. Fraser
A Dill, Reeder A Davie, J Haines, J M Pinceel, J 0
H cimiHsen, D MoPlx rson, W M Lawton A Son,
Mrs E P Lawton, E H Pro -t * co, Crawley A De?
hon, Pelzer, Rodgers li co, T P McOotohen A co,
F W Pieper, Pringle A Son, and others.
Poi iengers. 1 -
Per steamship Falco 1, from Baltimore-Mrs J P
Chapman, Wm Hose, JaoMoonshaw, W Albert j
Per steamer M 8 4 Bison, from Kdlsto, Enter?
prisa Rockville and U'oy Landings-Dr J L Lee,
Miss D Lee, Mlas R W Hart, Mrs J R Wilson, Miss
L Jenkins, Major J Jenkins, Dr RB Hannahan,
uolooei Wm Wnaley, itov J V Welch. J S Wilson;
J S i'ownsenk, D J LaUocbe. J Mitchell, Mr J Pai?
toa, wire and son, w B Sams, W A Clark, J S
Per steamer Emile, from Georgetown-Misa' F
Back, Miss E Back, Mrs IJ Walker, oblidrea and
norse, R H Nesbit, vire, children and naree. Ai
Morgan and wife, Captain Perroneaa, N H ouy
ton, O F Buok, J E Dcsenbery. J Ahreas, Dr F S
Kreit. A Cameron, ll T Peak, E Mazrck and
daughter. J H Raine?. T D McDowell, W H Hali;
E Jones, J Sperry, and 9 on deck and others.
0EARLE8TON, 8. G. ....NOVEMBER 26, 1872
Lat 86 deg46min33 set, | Lon 79 deg67 min27 sec!
Steamship Falcon, Haynle, Baltimore-left -
Inst. Mdt-e. To Mordecai A co. P 0 Trenholm, s
U Railroad AgeQl^N E Builroad Agent, Elias Bros,
Wag. ner A uonsees, Jl Bul winkle, G F ullin A co,
Ts Aipaon, F 0 Burne.-, J H Wilson A Bro,Waiker,
Evans A Cog-well, M B smith, order, Martin A
Mood, Bulcken A Wohitinann, H Ltedlng, Boll
mann Bros, W H Char? A co, o F Wleiers, street
Bros A co. D B JJa:iel on, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker; J H Vol era, ?. Kl* tte A 00, J Wiley A co,
Byrne s Fogarty, J ut, m p?en A co, Wo wnllden,
Josa Jara, L S Connor A Son, Qaackenbosh, Eailil
A co, H Bischoff A co, M Lampe, B Feld mann A j
co, C Voigt, u Claciun, O F PankDln, M Lu h rs. E
H Jackson, AO sou;, Tl demann, calder * co,
O E A A S Johnson, K c Millings, Man tone A co,
N Smith, J bein, J CMilnor A co, F Floher, J H
Gra.ver, C Bart A co, F.ressei A Brandes, J Graver
A ce, C. Litschgl, stol., WeOb A co, Kitnck, W ck
enterk A 0 ., W F Rice, Paul, Wekh * cu, Rave?
nel Holmes A co. J Sawyer, J L Byerly, Knobe?
loch A ?mall, and others,
UUpatch line bark Walter. Berry, Boston-8
days. Mdse. To M Goldsmith A Son, E it Cow
perthwatt, D H Sllcox. Wtetera, J ti Adger A 00,
w luarscher, R White J W Robso 1, H Bischoff A
co, C clacius, Tiedemann, Calder A co. J C uje
mann, Steffens, Werner A Ducker, Dowle, Moise
A Davis, P F Locke, R c Millings, J Thompson A
co, S R Marshall A co, J Rehkopff, W L Webb, A
R ?'aft Railroad Agent, Order, and otbers.
Sehr R H Vaughan. Thompson, Philadelphia-6
da; s. Coal, lo F P Seignlous. Vessel to A J
Sehr Odd Fellow. Power, from Back River.
2 OJ nustiela rough rice. To O F Hanctel. ' I
Steamer M S Allison, TogllorEdtsto. Enterprise.
Rockville and Way Landloga. 104 basa sea island
cottun, mdse and stu dries. To uonglat Nts Ht,
H (lere ts A co, WA Boyle, Wm Gurney, Jno Cul
c xx A 10, Fraser A . ill, stoney A Lowndes, Ha-1
venei A co, R Mure A 00, G W Williams A co, T P |
Smith, Witte Bros, W K Ryan, D McPherson, W O
Bei; A co.
steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, 318 tes
rice, mdse and sundries. To Shackelford A Kelly,
J P. Pringle A Son, W O Bee A co, L D DeSaas
lara, E V Toomer, H Bischoff ft co, F O Borner. N
emanuel, E N Thurston. Wm Shepherd. I
Sloop Jane Hope, from Aanepoo. 1000 bushels of
ongh rica. To u McPneraon.
Boat from Edlsto. 10 bags sea Island cotton,
ro J Ooloock * co.
Boat from Toogoodoo. a bagaaea Island cot
;on. To J C ol cock. * no.
Boat from John's Island, l bag sea Island cot
ion. To J Co I cock ft co. ' . . a .
Boat from John's island. 2. basa sea Island
sotton. ToR?oper. .
Boat from ?Jbrlac Church, l na* sea Island
:ottoa. To B Boper.
Received from Onisolm's Mill. 112 tea rice. Tb
W c Bee ft co
SAILED YESTERDAY. ?>?
Sehr J F Farland. Baker, Boston.
FROM THIS FORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, at New
York, Noismber26. : " ,
steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore
OT FOB THIS POAT.
Brig Gambia, Gllley, at Portland, lie., Novem?
sctir Jennie E simmons, Young, at Boston, No?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
steamship Virginia, Hinckley, at Philadelphia,
MABLNE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, No vember 25
Arrived, south Carolina, Weitem Metropolis
Consignees per Merchant's Line sohr My .-over.
Brown, from New York-Roach A Moffitt, Adams,
Damon A co, L Ali'.sun, J E .dgerftco H Bischoff
A co. Bullmann Bros, B Boyd, T M Bristol) A co.
Buicken ft Wohltmanu, H Baer. U Buiwlukle. W
M bird ft co, Cameron, Barkley A co, W H Oharee
ft oo, U Olaclus, E K Cowserthwalt, nowie, Moise
A i ?avis, c Graveley, Hart ft co. J. H Hall A co, A
H Hayden, J A Jackson. Knobeloch A Small. H
Knute A co, G W (Uns. Kllnck. Wickenberg \ co,
Kanapaux A Qoszalez. P B Lalane A co, M Lampe,
s P Marshall A co. D McPherson, / H Moran, kar?
lin A Hood, Mantons A co, Order, D O'Neill, D
Paul A co. Quackenbusb, Bstflt ft co. 8 0 Railroad
Agent, W .-hep herd A CO. D H SH cox. Steffens,
Werner ft Ducker, 0 F Schwettman. P P Toale,
T epemsnn, calder A co, T B Trout, J Thompson
ft co F von Santen, o F wieters, W L W< bb wag?
oner ft Mnnsees, G W wu lunn ft co. W G Ehu?
den. W-J Yates. S Yeadon, B Platt, Mitchell, Allen
ft co, and others. .. xi .-.
The wrei kin? steamer, B ft J Baker, prevlouuly
reported at Norfolk, Ya, for this port, has arrived
at Beaufort, SC. - ;...
The sehr Ann? E Babcock, Le", cleared-at Boa?
t n, November 22, for Philadelphia, to.load for
..LIST OF VESSELS .'
UP, CLEARED AND BAILED FOB "HTS PORT.
Br Bark Georgianna, Mann, np..Nov 18
Brbark Fine de i'Air. jones, sailed......Oct 4
The Onward, Ballard, cid.Oct SO
The Mary Jane, Jones, saned..Sept. 26
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, salted-.Sept 16
I J 1 f i BREMEN.
German bark Neptune, Pioghoft, up......Oct 1
The Freihandel, W?chter, sailed.Oct 1
The Augusta, Onderberg/sslled.. ..Oct 6
Bark Hellos, Holm,sailed......Sept 6
Span bark Providencia, --, sailed.Oct ie
. * " PORT TALBOT1. .
The Santander, Mlle?-cleared.r. ft.-..?Oct 4
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.....Oct 14 j
- HAVANA. - -' S~
Spanlsh bark Elvira, sib art, aid.Nov 14
- C .:'.":"?. - VU. : "i ?,y
NEW TORE. n
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull cle'd.Nov 23
Sehr Traveller, Hodg. a, up..Nov 21
sehr E A Elmer, Conon,cid..Novio
sehr i-lore nee Rogers, sneppard, up.Nov 14
Sehr A Beaton, Rogers, old.Nov 21
sehr Myro,er, Brown, cid..................Nov 14
lit :; ; ' BOSTON. .,:A .-~rTT
Br bark Jerome Jones. Kenney, cid.Nov 20 I
BrtglMelroae. --. upi...Nov ll
Mehr Jennie E simmons, Young, up.Nov 23 j
Steamship Virginia, Hanter, cleared.Nov 22
Brig Mary C Roosevelt, Roberta, cid.Nov 18
ischr Caroline Young, Young, cid...........Suv 20
liohr Electric; D?ie, up.'...-..-.....'..-...Nov 121
l?chr J B Stickney, Fooks, up.Nov 18
SehrMary Maakin,Tyler, cid.........Nov 18
Brig Gambia, Gllley, up............Nov Sol
' ft Oll?OO ? fi.
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
-j CHARLESTON^ S, C., Jnrac 8, 1872;
Trains will leave char ice ton Dally at 10.15 A; M
and 8.00 P. ?L .<? ;. .,
Arrive at Charleston coo A. M, (Mondays ex?
cepted ) and 8 P. M. --\ f
Train doea not leave Char.eston ' 8.00 P. M., btm
I DATE. .'. ;i
Train leaving 10 Ab A. M. makes through oonnec- :
tlon to New York, via Richmond and Acaula
Creek only, going through In 44 honra. !
Passengers leaving by .8.00 P. M. I Train .have.
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Portsmouth and Baltimore. Those leaving <
FRIDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY?Q Bal
tlmore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN- ;
DAY In Wilmlngtur, N. C. .
Thia ls the cheapest, quickest and roost pleas-1
ant route to cincinnati. Chicago and other points
Weat and No th west, both Trains making con?
nections at Washington with Western Trains of:
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad.
S. 8. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent. 1
P. Li OLEAPOR, Gen. Ticket Agent, may31 j
SAVANNAH AND CHABLESTOH:
.itt i-ji RAILROAD.
CHARLESTON, June 13, 1871 ' i
On and after MONDAY. Jone 17th, the Pas?
senger Tra?na on this Road will run as follows : >
, EXPRESS TRAIN.
Leave Charleston dally..........8.80 P. u.
Arrive at savannah dally...?.. 0.46 P. ll;
Leave Savannah dally.1L80 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston dally. 7 A. M,
Leave Charleston, SnndayB excepted.. 7.40 A. M j
Arrive at. Savannah, Sund ay s excepted. 8.80 P. M.
CeaveSavannah, Sundays excepted... lt A Mi
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exo'ted. 6.60 P. Mil
PaaseLgers from Charleston by 7.40 A. M. train
make dose connection with Port Royal Railroad,
for all stations oa that Road, (Sundays excepted )
Freight forwarded dally on through billa of iau .
mg to points in Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given tu
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Rovaf
Railroad and ai. as low rates as by any other ??ne.
Tickets on sale at this office for Bean lort over
Port Royal Railroad. O. S. GADSDEN, j
Engineer and Superintendent
S. O. BOYLSTOV, Gen'l Pt? and Ticket Agent
gOUTH CAROLINA SAILBOAD.
CHARLESTON, S. 0., September 27, 1872. :
On and arter SUNDAY, Septemoer 29, the Pas.
sen ger Tra?na on the South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave (marleston.J ?0 A M
Arrive at Columbia...... A20 P M
Leave Charleston.-.jj.so A M
Arrlvo at Augusta.....??.-Mvr ?
JOB OHARLESTON. . ; j
Laavo Columbia... ? WA *
Arrive at charleston..?." H?^ u
Leave Auguma.:***VT2? A M
Arrive at charleston.4,80 r M
COLUMBIA NIGHT HXPRXSS.
(Sundays excepted.) -
LoavoCharleston................ 7.10F M
Ari ive at Columbia.6.so- A M
Leave columbia. 7.60 p 11
Arrive at Charleston. 6.46 A M
ADGUSTA NIGHT EXTBHSS.
(Sundays excepted.) ,?
Leave Charleston......TfTT.8.80 F M
Arrivent Augusta...7.86 A M
Leave Augusta.-._.. 6.16 p M
Arrive at Charleston...;.6.50 A M
">'.,( BTMMBBVTLLB TRAIN.
Leave Summerville at. 7.25 A M
Arrive M Charleston.8.40 A M
Leave Charleston.8.26 p M
Arrive at summerville.... 4.40 p M
Leave Camden..~.7.20! A M
Arrive at Columbia.11.66 A M
I.eavo cuiumbla....i.2.10 E.M
Arrive at Camdon.6.66 p il
Day and Night Trains connect at Augusta with
Macon und Augusta Kail road, 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 west aLd Northwest.
Columbia Nignt Tram connects with Greenville
3nd columbia Railroad; aDd Diy and Night Trains
connect with Charlotte Road. :
Through tlokets on sale via this route to an
points North. i
Camden Train connects at Ringville dally (ex?
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, 'and
runs thronen to Columbia.
A L.'TYLEB, Yloe-Preaidenr.
S. B. PICKENS, G. T. A sep27
P OB LIVEBP?Q?t^'.j a : n
Th? first-class BritiBh Bark "'NIMROD," A
FILLIPS, Master, will ,have dispatch forf
bove port. For freight engagements a '
GIBBES A BARS?,
novio- . North Atlantic^
~j-!-.-. .? ..... ; . .; ..'Jjlf^ '.?-i ".-.I ..L.. '.!
p O S i*?3? 0)B:B.
"REIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROTJBH
BILI?S LADING ISSUED " , ..
PI?ILAlJKLPIUA, BOBTWIV^ _
IND THE CIT [EB OP THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship FALCON," J., F.
3omman?er, will sall for Baltimore, t
)AT. 29tb November, at 4 o'clock P. M. ?j ?? .?.???
a^.Phuadelpl?a Freights tor ward ed to that
ilty by rallroac. from BaJtimore without.ad?>
ional insurance, and Consignees are acorred
imple time to' tunple and sen their Gooda HIM
;he Railroad Depot in Philadelphia. .-, ,7
For Freight or Passage apply to ". ; . J.. .
. PAU)TaTB?oiiii;'^ie^: ..l
nov26 6 N'a 2 Union Whams.
FOB NEW ?OBS. hilt i o
.- - ......il --rt ; .
ON THURSDAY, 2STH NOVEHHER, AT
.4 . 4 .O'CLOCK ?rjkyt .v. UM $, .
NEW IRON ST:3AM UNELES TAB IilBHffl)' il?I(L
_ ?>.;!!! .
STATE BO0MS ALL -CKJDECK.' ? f^ '
Th^ Splendid New Jron .Sldewho? Sieuu^p
GEORGIA, Holmes, C^mandOT/^m-Batf W?reV
fork on THtTlSDAT. :E8tn November, ac.4offtiock
p. M., from pier NO. 12, rnioa.Whawest, _..?_,,"
Through Bum or Lading tolliverpoot ifilllj
New England <luea as nauaL"; Oilt csiCi lotUsyJ
??^.lnsuranoeey steamers ert*& Up&?m
For- Freight or Ptuisag* ;eogagim*r?s, m ?lag
very fine Dec* Stateroo u a^>nirB^ti?n*; pSJH
ply to WAGNISR, UCOER AmSS M^Mi
street, orto WM. A. CQUBTKNAY^Non'Utolid
Wnarves: ' v ; [o's w a?XQp*'SlSS9?~
THEFIRST.O;.A83 i^ ;
VIRGINIA, CtoptamEUaokWiutM?"??[?''?cit '
Are now regularly on the; Line; .Uarartng a lflr?tj
class Bea conneodonirlMtweea .^ftddMftjt? .
Charleston, and in alitaace.wtib gifflgMamg
nies at both termlnL,afford r^pld fft?j^At?ffl
to and from all points in the 0ojxdff_StWbt*5?
to and from Cincinnati, St.; LotnXCMcs^?j*JtM
principal elliss of the- Northwest, Wnm7\fMU
dence and the Eastern Manafacturing'Oenuea.-n.i
MW The VIRGINIA ls appointee, to .?ail from
Brown's Wharf on FRIDAY, 29th November..**
4 o'clock P. bL ijr/11 . " ??ip jii-iimia ?t?t?u?
aa? The GULF STREAlC.wulaTOlojw^,?
w. p. CLYDE ;* ^.vjeatmi^v^a
SOntn Delaware Avenue, Phlladelplila. " sJJW'w
nov2?strithari . . ' WB&i oorioa??Aro
? - jg i . . ii ' . 3 . ? stow
GHANGS OP SAILING lHTCH^con
' - IB0RBA8ED SERVICE. :';ina;o^ aj&
. ? ?::.. ;'iu:?. zmbtxti tc aacal
THROUGH LINE TC? rrgftftrinft.
... CALIFORNIA. CHINA :AJSJ/, Pn$&jf*i"idt
' S "r L.-*Mp.oi-fci<if .elle?
' Steamers ol the above une leave nKS??????
No. 42. North River, toot of Canal street. SMU?.
New York, at 12 o'clock DOoa, .oi tb^l<WL ?v*
and 80th of every menin, except when Update*
fail on sunday, then the Saturday preceding ,
All departures connect at Panam* UrTth s?aia
era for south Pacific and Castrai Jamaican Wta.
For Japan ana CI*Jj.a, steamers lejT ^S?? *T*i?
cisco first of every month, except Wheta U fans ca ?
SohBay-i-th?n on the day preceding; ?;0;,r o out
No California Steamers touch at Havana, bot
go direct from New York to^rtuwaiit ^'livrk
one honored r^ndabaakageimto^io^^
Medi?me and attendance; 2a?ndL& -
For Paa?age Tickets or other information, applJ
at the OOM>ANT?o TIOKBT PWOB^oaj*?
Wharf foot of Canal, ^ l^^^
angi9.iyr '. ;;.^e.'
O^ARRTINGTE?5 U^TED 8TJ.T23 Ittbij?^
THE LIVERPOOL ABD GRSAt W^MU?MI'
STEAM CO UPAN" f ^Bl
. Will dispatch one of their tr^swiaaajfM^^p*
iron screw Steann^pefTom^ "_ jl^;2L,f:T
PIER No. tc N. B., EVERY WlBDBBBDAiy
Cabin Passage Wfg^ ? L^:2^??i
steerage paatage^Oini-rtro.? Bnmamx?W*
onrrenoy. Odious M Milo -?I?-M:; ??m f-a
. lil Li ', fi ! " uNo^WWall street, B. 1.
N. B.-Tiirough Bills Lading to Uverpool WA
ny the Charleston and Ne?Xorfc8teiuosyfcrw"tf?
make close connection wi th the above line. ?X
WAGNER, HDQER A 00?,
mave Or - ,WM- A. OOPOTBHAir^.,, 3
"DEGULAE LINE FOE GEORGETOWN,
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WBJDREiCT
!.Time Table of steamer EMILIE, j. ^^fg^
Captain C. C. White, Ul November,ffiiHk
1H?2-. , ., I " . ' IHO" ' ??iii *?..;' _
LIAVB 0HABL?8T0H. 1^ OiWt?lTOWK.
Wn?nlr Nov 4 7AM WjrjW?8?1r, Sot^'B AM
WwnwM?T NOV 18. 7 A M FBTDAT, 'NOV 16; 6AM
MOOTS NOV ffi 7 A M WJPNXS'T, NOV; W,;6 A M
ramar NoV 22, 7AM MONDAY, NOV fi, 6 AM
K'T. Nov 27, 7 A M FaiDAT, Nov 29. -BAM
TfiniTIING AT SOOTH ISLAND. WAVERLY,
Sr?rFr?ightrecei?ed day Core sai?ng- c ?1
Ail h reiant and wharfag? must be pepald.
NO Freight received .IAMTHMua
Duplicate recelptB required with all shipments.
For Freight or Passage apply on board or to
' SH ACKELFORD A KEuLY, Agents, ? .
. North Atlantlc Wharf, Chartestoni'Si Gt" I
A. MORGAN. Agent, Georgetown, 8. C.
oot7-tntb>8moa . - .?.^
FO B FLO B I D A?'I
^ir-: I .
VIA SAVANNAH-TWICE A WEEK.
The Splendid side-wheel steamer - ?4iT-* h.
DICTATOR Captain L. M ?oxetter, ?OH
CITY POINT, Captain George E. McUJUac, will
leave charleston every TUKSDAT and Fain AT
EVBNINOS, at 8 o'clock, for SAVANNAH, FEB*
NANDINA, JACKSONVLLLfc. PAt-ATKA, AND
ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Retnrnlng, DICTATOR wul leave PALATKA FBI
SAT MORN ING, and HAVANNAH SUNDA*MOBiDSa,
arriving here SXTNDAT APTEBNOON. . ? T
CITY POINT w?l leave PALATKA MONDAY
MOBNIMO and SAVANNAH WSONBBDAT MOBN
WO, arriving here WSDNBSDAT AFTBBJ OOH.
Connection la made at Fernandina with Rail?
road for New Orleans aad Havana, via Cedar
Kevs; at Jacksonville with Steamer STARLIGHT
for Mellonviile, Enterprise and Upper st. John's
River; at Tocoi. with Railroad for St. Angas?
tine; and at Paiatka with Steamers for the Ock
lawaha River. ? ; ; : r
All freight for Way Landings must be prepaid
For Freight or Passage, having elegant ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A co., Agents.
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and East Bay.
octa . . : ' ,
QLoii?ttionet^t QTOTJG, &t
NEW AND BEAUTIFUL STOCK OF
Rich Fancy Goods, Toys, Games.
Fireworks, French confectionery,
Robber Goods, Ac.,
m is now opening, (nearly every steamer bringa
In a fresh supply of the latest novelties until the
Holidays are over,) at'
VON SANTEN'S BAZAAR,
nov2 smw24 Next to Academy of Music,