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MEEI IS OS IBIS DAT.
Pythagorean Lodge. A. F. M., at 7 P M.
Live Oak Soolal Club, at 7 P M.
Irish Bide Clot), at 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES TUTS DAT.
Paul B. Lalane & Go. will sell at halt-past 9
o'clock, at their store, contents of a retail
J. Fraser Mathewes will sell at ll o'clock,
near the Poslofflce, real estate.
Leltoh Sc Bruns will sell at ll A. M. and 6 P.
M., at their office, watches, jewelry, Seo.,
The range of the thermometer yesterday at
the drug store of Dr. Joseph Blaokmao, on
the sooth side of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 49; 10 A. M., 53; 12 M., 56; 2 P. M.,
67; 4 P. M., 56; 6 P. M., 69; 8 P. M., 62.
-Ex-Senator Frank Arnim, of Edgefleld, ls
laying wires lor an European consulate.
-Toe fa?oloatlae sale of Jewelry, by Messrs. I
Leitch A Bruns, will be continued at ll o'clock I
this morning and al 6 o'clock this evening, j
A rare chance for bargains. ?
-When Governor Moses eulogized Oover
nor Scott, the band played " Tankee Doodle." j
Bot when Governor Moses took the oath the
taue was " Dixie."
-Superintendent Solomons gives notice
thai naval stores are allowed to remain in the
Northeastern R vii road yard, free Of charge, I
for twelve days after arrival. After that the I
charge le two cents a barrel a week. (
-The French bark Canton, whloh put Into
Charleston some weeks since, on a voyage I
from Mexico to Falmouth, was Bold yesterday J
by Messrs. J. A. Enslow A Co. The price j
realized was $4575.
-The chief or police announces that he will I
sell at twelve o'clock to day all dogs confined I
In the pound at the main Guardhouse. A valu
able pointer and a setter are among the I
-The gold watch whi-h constituted the I
first prize of the Marlon Fire Company's Girt
Concert was drawn by Mr. W. A. Gibson, a I
druggist, on the corner ot King and Spring I
-The ladles and gentlemen invited to as
slst hi the musical performances connected I
with the dedication of the new Masonic Tem
pie, on the 10th instant, met in the Grand j
Lodge room of the Temple last evening for a j
rehearsal under the leadership of Professor I (
T. P. O'Neale. I
-Edward Sweeney, colored, was arrested I i
on Tuesday last on susplolon of having com
milted a burglary and larceny upon the house I
- of Mrs; Pl Brady, No. 76 King streeton Monday
night. Sweeney ls one of the burglars who I
robbed Mr.^Lewlth's store at the corner of j
King street and Horlbeck's alley a few months I
ago. <_ I
TUE COVETS. I
Tba Butte Supreme Court.
Ia this court on Tuesday the fellowing bini- j
ness was transacted: Ex parte Joel w. Ander- j ?
son, et al. Hr. Fair for appellant; Mr. Jones for j
respondent Henry Halfacre vs. Richard 8. j
Whaley. Mr. Jones for appellant; Mr. Baxter 11
for respondent Rebecca Speake, respondent,
vs. Louisa C. Klnard, et al, appellant. Sub?
mitted on printed brief. The following de-11
elston was rendered: E. J. Moody vs. E. B.
Ellerbe. Appeal dismissed. Opinion by WU
lard, A J. I
United State* D?itrlc t Court,
Jo this oourt on Tuesday: Ex parte E. F.
Baker, E. F. Sweegan and Charles E. Baker, I
Isis co par tc ?rs as H. F. Baker Sc Co., of I
Charleston, 8 C. Ex parte John Bommel,
Jr., Ai Sro., creditors. Petition of Involon-1
tvy bankruptcy. Leseaae Sc Miles, solicitors.
OG hearing thc petition and affidavits, and on
motion or solid tors, ordered that the debtors I
snow cause, on the 9th day of January, at
Charleston, why they should not be adjudged
bankrupt, Seo. I
The Court of Common Pleas was opened
yesterday morning by Judge Graham. The
Juries were organized as tollows: i
J?RT KO. 1. I
L 8. K. Benn tt, w hi te, foreman ; Alex. Arto
E. colored; Tarter Bennett, colored; John I
num. colored; W. F. Dover, colored ; John
Edwards, colored; Moulton Emery, white;
Thomas Fosberrv, white; John Freeman. Sr., I
colored; samuel Fyall. colored; Thomas Howe,
colored ; B. Dose her, white.
JORY KO. 2.
John Commins, white, foreman; J. H. Col-I
burn, white; O . !n Lawr^nc?, colored; Joseph I
Lloyd, colored; Patrick Moran, white; c. 8. !
Miller, colored; Samu-i Mears, oolored; G. A. I
Nenff T, white; Isaao B. Bivera. colored;. E. C. I
Tucker, colored; H. G. Thomas, colored; John
D. Robinson, colored.
J. A Enslow. w. H Dawson, white: Prince I
Tavlor. Isaao Yanderhorat, Wm. Wright,
H. Brown and B. B. Cowperthwalt were
finally exouned from Jury duty.
The case of Nathaniel Bloom against James I
E. Spear was referred to the Judge, who de
creed ons dollar for the plaint iff. i
The case ot the Ohloora Manufacturing, Ex
porting sad Importing Company, against I
Joseph Crews, was referred to M. P. O'Connor, I
Esq.,-** special referee.
The case of Look wood A. McOants against
Edward L. Wells, survivors was partially!
tried and continued until to-day.
The following cases are set for trial to-day : \
Chlsolm Brothers vs. Gregg; Bonnell ve.
Freda burg; Man tous ? Co. vs. Ward; Wagener
Samuel Bates, colored, burglary and va?
grancy, held tor examination. Edward
Hines, drunk, one dol'ar. James Garrett,
colored, stealing cotton, thirty days. Emma
Campbell, colored, drunk and disorderly, two
dollars or twenty days. James A. Melvin, I
ohtmney contractor of Ward No. 4, neglecting
to sweep a chimney when called upon, two
dollars. Anthony Baldrene applied for lodg
lng. discharged. Sires Maok, colored, drunk,
one dollar. William Johnson, colored, drunk,
one dollar. James Finnigan, drunk and dis.
orderly, two dollars. John C. Bryant, drunk, \
one dollar. Two dogs at large, one dollar I
TBS NETT ENGLAND SOCIETY,
i .- ?
At a meeting or the New England Society,
held last evening at the Charleston Hotel,
Messrs. J. B. Bead, J. B. Steele and S. M.
Brown were elected stewards for the ensuing
year. The anniversary meeting will be held
on Monday, the 23d, and after their business
In disposed of the members will sup together
at the Charleston Hotel.
A CASK or MCTINT.-Captain Wishart, of
the bark Henrietta, recently loaded at Bull
River for sea, with phosphates for London,
arrived In this city yesterday morning on the
steamer Pilot Boy. He brought with him seven I
sailors: Thomas Martlo, William Crowly,
Julius Baser, Nichols* Jean. Amile Murcha,
James Feber and August Marla, who refused
to sall with the bark, and attempted mutiny.
The sailors were taken in charge by the detec?
tives, who marched them to the lockup in the
detective office. The sailors allege that they
peoame insubordinate froth being ill fed.
THE TBA DD STREBT GHOST.
A Renewal off the mysterious Manlfes
t at lon?;- 1 ,ivel y Times Yesterday
morning-A Doubting Thomas Con?
verted at ? Single Lick - W nat a
Kewi Reporter Knows About Spirits?
An Acrobatic Hair Brusb.
The star Ll! rig manifestations, of a mysterious
nature, which began in Tradd street on Mon?
day last continued yesterday without abate?
ment. The house was visited during the day
by a very large number of persons ot both
races, and though the curiosity f ?aoh and
every visitor was not satlsfled, stu. .here were
some who saw enough to shake the founda?
tions of their scepticism and convince them
that there was more In Tradd street than was
dreamed of In their philosophy. The object
of THE NEWS IS not to give any coloring to the
facts, but to describe the occurrences as re?
lated to Its reporters by the eye-witnesses of
the scenes. The public then oan form their
By naif-pant eleven o'clock, on Tuesday
night, all the Inmates of the house had de?
parted except Emma Moultrie, who rents the
premise?, and a Irlend of here, a oolored
woman. These being afraid lo pass the night
t AMONG THE QH0ST3,
looked the doors and sought a resting place
elsewhere. About seven o'clock, yesterday
mcrnlog, the several occupants returned, and
busied themselves In cooking breakfast and
rearranging che furniture which had been dis?
turbed on the previous night. The house was
then perfectly quiet, and remained BO until
about eight o'clock, when one of the women, I
who was stooping over a stove In the back- j
room of the first floor, was suddenly brought I
to an erect attitude by the noise of a nubbin of
COAL FALLING UPON THE FLOOR
behind her. She looked at the doors and I
wlndowu. They were all shut, and af-1
forded no possibility of the entrance ol
the mysterious nubbin. While ponder- j
log over the new manifestation, another
nubbin dropped very near the flt st, but the
woman failed to mark the direction from
which it came. The exclamations of the j
woman soon brought the other Inmates to the I
spot as well as some outsiders, among them
two white men.
THE NEXT EXHIBITION
ot the mystery was a dry bone which ar -
peared to come from nowhere in particular,
but, Iel I in the midst of the group. It was an
old discolored fragment, a part of a Joint with
about two Inches of shaft bone attached. The
bone was evidently an ancient affair-per- I
haps older than the phosphate deposits. One J
of the bystander* picked up this interesting
relio ol prehistoric times, and while all were
intently examining it a fragment ol brick
STRUCK ONE OF THE WHITE MEN
on the leg. All eyes were then turned to-1
wards a staircase in the northwest corner oil
the room, (rsm which the brick apparently
came. At this moment another fragment ap
peared upon the scene, coming directly out I
of the staircase and falling In the middle of
the floor. Several other fragments ot brick
and coal fell In the course of a hali hour, but
by nine o'clock the manifestations had ceased. I
A reporter ol THI NEWS visited the house
about noon and obtained the foregoing de
tails. He also saw and conversed with one of
the white men alluded to, who solemnly
avowed the trnth of the statement regarding
what happened after he entered the room. '
THE NEXT MANIFESTATION j
occurred about seven o'clock in the evening,
while a reporter of THE NEWS was present. I
This was In the shape of a piece of brlok, I
about one-fourth ot the size ot a whole brick,
which fell in the baokroom before a doorway I
communicating with the room in front The
reporter was standing In the front room and
distinctly saw the bries: fall upon the floor.
At that time there were several colored
women In the baok room, who were bidden I
from view and could easily have thrown the j
brich without being detected, but each and
every one ol them indignantly, and with every
appearance of candor, denied having In any I
way caused the rumpus. Ooe of them, who
held an Infant In her arms, dropped Into a
BURST INTO TEARS.
A little girl drew up in a corner and trem?
bled like an aspea leal. They all agreed that
the brlok came down the stairs already spoken
of. Up-stalrs, lamp In hand, went the re?
porter, followed by several dusky explorers,
and searched every hole and corner, but
NOTHING WAS FOUND
that could have caused the brick to fall. An
examination of the brlok showed that a
quantity of fresh earth was adhering to lt
Later In the evening two gentlemen well
known in this community visited the house.
One ol th?se ascended the stairs with a color?
ed man. and took up a position lo the front
room of the second floor. The other gentle?
man, who had remained in the back room on
the first floor, after tbe lapse of a few minutes
also began to ascend the etalre; He had not
rle en a half dozen steps before
SOMETHING* WHIZZED DOWN
the steps beside bis legs, and fell upon the
floor behind him. It proved to be a hair
brush which the Inmates of the house said
t ley had left upon the oblmney-plece In the
room wherein the gentleman on the second
floor was standing at the time. This gentle?
man positively affirms that neither he nor the
colored man with bim threw the brush down
the stairs. Indeed, neither of them could
have done so, aa the landing of the staircase
Is separated from the room in which they
were standing by a partition wall. Only a
man who could shoot around a corner might
do such a deed. The two gentlemen do not
court publicity, but they are ready to.make
affidavits of the facts connected with the gy?
THE ACROBATIC HAIR-BRUSH
which concluded the spiritual entertainment
of the evening, AS Bald before, the colored
people who lived in the house are panic
strioRen. The women flatly refus* to Blay
there after dark; but a bold explorer was to
stick it out last night, and, unless he has
swallowed a hair-brush, or run his bead
against a brickbat, his ghostly adventures
will be recounted In THE NEWS to-morrow.
ALL MANNER OF WILD RUMORS
flashed through the city. It was declared, for
Instance, that a gentleman who was riding
through Tradd street, In broad daylight, was
saluted with a volley o? rei-hot brickbat?.
Fortunately, these Internal missiles did not
strike him, but his right whisker was badly
sloged. Another report had lt that the ghost
had been seen, and proved lo be the Sur
rency spirit, driven from Georgia by
the astonishing Democratic majority plied
np at the late election. A more mat
tfr-of-fact story was that one set ot In
matea of the haunted house wanted to get rid
of the other Bet, and used the brickbats,
bones and dishes as gentle reminders. What
the outcome of It all will be, none can tell.
If trick there be, lt bas not been discovered,
and many of the visitors who came to scoff
remained to be scared. The events of to-day
promise to be especially exciting. Somebody
will have to "gi ve np tee ghost"
F CRC H G OTT, BENEDICT ? Co., No. 276 King
street, have received 100 sets of Children's
Furs, only 12 25; 100 sets of Children Furs,
$3 and ti; 100 sets Ladles' Pure-eels from
le up. deon i
THE DARK SIDE!
A TRIBUNE VIEW OF AFFALES IN
The New State Administration - No
Immediate Prospect of Reform-New
.sehtme? or Plunder- Apathy ot inc
Whites-Gradual Enlightenment of
[Correspondence of tbe New York Tribune.]
* COLUMBIA, 8. C., November 19.
The new State Government goes into office
next week. The old offloials, who have done
their best to ruin the State since they came
Into power In 1868, will retire with their
gains. They are all rich, and most of them
will probably go back to their old-homes in
the North. They came with little or no other
property besides their scantily-tilled carpet?
bags, and they will return with diamonds and
Une array, with money, stocks and bonds,
with horses and carriages, and some with
large investments in real estate. They found
th? Slate with a debt of about five millions,
but with properly in railroad stock and mort?
gages almost sufficient to pay ber liabilities;
they leave behind them as the trult of their
lew yearB of administration a debt of nearly
twenty millions, and they have stripped the
State of almost everything she possessed, ex?
cept her public buildings and the land upon
which they staud. A f?w ot the most cunning
and rapacious of these plunderers lutend io
remain, and will endeavor to manipulate the
new government. There ls still something io
pick "p, they think. The credit ot the State
ls ruined, so ibat not another bond can be
sold, and ail her property that could be dis?
posed of has been made way with. But the
taxpayers can still be bled, and a lew ad
' dliioual millions can be wrung from them un?
der pretence of paying thu interest on the
fraudulent debt, or redeeming the countless
bogus obligations that are afloat In the shape
of Legislature pay certificates, "revenue
There is a feeble hope in the public mind
that the new government will be less corrupt
than the old. This hope has little foundation
except the knowledge mat nothing couid well
be worse than the outgoing administration,
and the bellet that the State ls now so impov?
erished that little ls left to tempt the cupidity I
of the new rulers. The career ot the new of?
ficials give them no claim to public confi?
dence. There are not more than two ur three
on the list whose reputations have not been
badly tarnished by meir recent connection
with public affairs. The new Governor signal
Ized his exit from tue office of speaker ot the
H -use last spring by depleting the treasury of
over half a million of dollars by putting out
fraudulent pay oertitlcaies, and the new trea?
surer aided, while secretary of Stale, in the
issue ol ihe millions of illegal bonds which
are afloat In New York. Others ot the incom?
ing offloials are charged with delinquencies
somewhat less gross, perhaps, but serious
enough to make the people doubt the sincer?
ity of their professed intention to inaugurate
NEW SCHEMES OF PLUNDER.
Now and then I find a man of an unusually
hopeful turu of mlod who thinks the State has
passed through her worst trials, who finds
comfort In me fact that the new Governor
and attorney-general ard lui h Soutn Caroli?
nians, and who, upou the slightest founda?
tion, builds fine theories about their future
oonduot, arguing ihat mey will have a strong
motive to honest action lu their desire to re?
gain the confidence ot their lormer friends.
I hope this reasoning may prove correct, but
I have little faith tn lt. lu the course of a
pretty thorough Inquiry into the governments
o? many Southern States slnoe reconstruction
was accomplished, I have not found that
natives who ally themselves with carpet?
baggers to plunder the people are any less
rapaolons than their associates. There is one
crumb of comfort, however, which those who
hope for reform trom ihe new administration
will And If disappointed-lt will be BO much
pleasanter to be robbed by tbuse of their own
household than by the bated strangers from
the North. The best lnlormed people In
Charleston and Columbia expect nothing good
Irom the Moses administration. It cannot
sell any more bonds, lt Is true, but
lt can and will, they think, grind
the taxpayers more unmercifully than
has the Scott government. As long as Scott
and his associates could hypothecate or sell a 1
million or so of State securities In New York
whenever they wanted money, they had no
need of Increasing the rate of taxation. That
recourse being exhausted, and the property
ol the State lo railroad stock and mortgages
being all made way with, nothing is lett for
the new offlcU's but to put on the taxes Just
as heavily as can be borne. I: the people are
restive under their grievous burdens, lt will
be easy for the officials to raise the old cry of
Ku-Klux, and invite the aid of the national
government. As near as can be learned
Lhe dnanclal scheme or the new administra?
tion will be as follows: Two million dollars
will be raised by taxation for regular State
purposes, and $500,000 additional lor the pre?
tended purpose of paying a year's Interest on
* the debt; this will make $2,500,000. One mil?
lion dollars ls ample for all the legitimate ex?
penses of ihe government The interest will
not be paid, aod lhere will thus remalo a sur?
plus ol $1.600,000 lor "profit." A large part
ol this will probably be absorbed in paying
Moses's outstanding pay certificates, and other
fraudulent claims against the treasury, which
are held by a few speculators, closely con?
nected with both the old and the new admin?
istrations. Il this view of the probable course
I of Governor Moses and his friends ls unchari?
table, it. certainly ls not unreasonable. They
have given tbe public no cause to expect any?
thing better from them.
SUPINENESS OP TUE WHITE PEOPLE.
I do not hesitate to Bay that much of the
evil which has tallen upon south Carolina
since 1868 might have been averted it the In?
telligent white peoule bad shown courage and
public spirit. They exhibited, instead, a de?
gree of supineness all the more eurprlsng
when one remembers their old character for
Impetuous and chivalric bravery. Only In a
tew of the upper counties has there been
any organized "protest against robbery and
misgovernment, and there lt took the barbar?
ous form of masked marauding bands that
visited vengeance upon the poor, defence?
less, ignorant blacks, while ihe rogues In
office went unharmed. If the Ku-Klux had
marched to Columbia and punished. In vigi?
lance committee fashion, the officials wno
were known to be thieves, public sentiment
would not have condemned the action with
muoh severity. They were too cowardly to
do mis, and no wonder; no man could be
courageous while muffled lu a hood aad gown,
fantastically tricked to look like thc popular
representations ot the devil. Ku-Kinx crimes
In a few counties send utter dejection and
listlessness In all th? others-this ls me
picture toe whites of the South have pre
seuted. The Ku-Klux ls now a thing
of toe past and will ?ever r>e revived, but the
unmanly apathy still prevails. It elected the
Moses tioket In October, delealing the Beform
party, which, while it numbered among its
supporters a lew unworthy men, presented a
ticket infinitely preferable to that of the regu?
lar Republicans. The whites had a fdr chance
to save themselves, und they would not avail
themselves of lt. A few actually voted for a
confessed plunderer because he was a South
Carolinian rather tuan for a Northern mau ot
Integrity, ami thousands stayed away Irom the
pol s a.together. Ii ls not too late now for
effective, action toward foroingahalt in the
road to ruin along which the Stale Is hurried.
A committee of eminent citizens ought to be
formed, which should Include a few ol the
leaning colored men, and this committee
should vigilantly watch the new administra?
tion and the Legislature, empl-ylng abie coun?
sel to Institute proceedings against all persons
guilty of giving or taking brloes or of plun?
dering the public treasury. Every corrupt
scheme and Job should be denounced by this
committee as soon as discovered. Perhaps
nothing could be accomplished at first beyond
exposing the evil courses op legislators and
othclalp, but In the end public opinion would
be so educated and enlightened that rascals
wouid be driven trom power.
THE REAL GROUND POR HOPE.
Unless the wnlte people show more sagacity
I and energy than they have heretofore, and
make a wise und determined attempt to rescue
then State from the evil ways in which lt has
fallen, the only hope of future relorm lies in
the advance of the political knowledge or the
blacks, who constltu'e the great mass of the
voting population. There are already encour?
aging signs of Improvement among them.
They are beginning to know someihlrig of the
methods by which the affairs of State and
county are administered, and to understand
that they, as welt aa the whites, have a vital
Interest lu securing au honest government.
Tne negro politicians are In the main not
much less corrupt than their white associates,
out they begin to recognize the fact
that the great mass of the colored people.
Ignorant and poor as they are, cannot
much longer be held together In the support
ol bad men by the mere name of Republican
Ism. Tbey shrewdly talk ol reform, and those
who succeeded In getting returned to the
Legislature at the late eleotlon had to make
pretty vehement proteste of their boneet in?
tentions. The fellows who took bribes last
winter will no doubt take them again at the
coming session, but they now reoognlze the
growing enlightenment of their constituents
by t be palus they take lo protest that their
hands are clean. This fact, together with
many other evidences of a determination
among the colored people to elect honest men
to office, gives some ground lor the hope that
the day of deliverance for South Carolina can?
not be postponed more than two years longer.
It the Moses administration should, ss most
people fear, be no better than Its predecessor,
whites and blacks will be likely to Join hands
at the next election to drive corrupt men from
Concert at tbe Charleston Flo tel.
The First Artillery Band, under the direc?
tion of band leader Watts, gave a charming
promenade concert at tho Charleston Hotel,
last evening, wbloh attracted many persons to
the vicinity. The band took a position In the
piazza, on the second floor of the hotel. The
following was the programme :
Grand Fest March, fro m Opera Tannhatiser,
Wagner; Overture La Dame Blanche, Boll
dlen; Waltz. First Love, Wall; Grund Selec?
tion, from Opera II Trovaiore, Verdi.
La Ferenada, Roxstnl; Polka, La Petite,
Faust; Dut-it and Finale, from Opera LB
Traviaia, Verdi; Oilop, Just once more, Walt.
The Bruderiloherbnnd wilt give one of
th lr musical and theatrical entertainments
this evening at their ball on King street, near
Horlbeck's alley. These entertainments have
become exceedingly popular with our German
feilo w-ciilzens, and never fall to attraot large
audiences. The play selected for tte ocoaslon
ls uDle JAgh naoh der Wlttwe."
The Chapmans Coming.
The charming Chapman Sisters, always fa?
vorites in Charleston, will make their appear?
ance at the Academy on Monday night. Their
new burlesque la full o? fun, and variety ls
given to the entertainment by the Protean
bu-ine.=B of Mr. John Morris, tbejrraceful Jol?
lity of Miss Wren, and the humor of Mr. Col?
lins. The Chapmans are said to have a strong
support, and they are a host In themselves*
In Savannah they have made a decided blt.
They will do the same In Charleston. The
box office, In charge of Ur. N. Levin, Jr.,
opens on Saturday.
The Largest Fire In Many Tears
Heroic Conduct of Che Firemen.
On Tuesday afternoon a fire broke ont in a
building In Reynold's street, Augusta, next
below the Southern Express stables. The Are
leaped to the next house, occupied by Morris
Cohen, and to Dr. Harker'a stable and a frame
building occupied by G. A. Snead. The excite?
ment was Intense, and the persons In the
vicinity removed their furniture at once. Tbe
flames seemed bent on sweeping through Cen?
tre street, and the building next below Morris
Cohen's was in great danger, as was, also, the
building next to that. The roofs or both build?
ings caught fire, but by half-past Ave tbe fire?
men who had worked heroically had the fire
under control, confining lt to Cohen's dwell?
ing, Snead's office and the adjoining outbuild?
ings. A spark set fire to a blind In the upper
story of Mrs. Dortlc's house, but the blind was
taken down and tbe fire put out. By ball past
Btx the fire was extinguished, a part o? Mr.
Cohen's building being saved. The fire was
caused by the dropping of a match, by a negro,
in the rag-room of Mr. Lesser in Robertson's
range. The loss ot Judge Robertson, to whom
Snead's office belonged, is six thousand dol?
lars, and that of Dr. Harker, the owner of the
bouse occupied by Mr. Cohen, ls tbree thou?
sand dollars; the lormer was not insured.
A SHOCKING ACCIDENT.
GRAHAM'S, S. C. RAILROAD, December 2.
TO THE EDITOR OF THE NEW*.
We had near this place on Friday last, tbe
29tb ultimo, one of the saddest calamities
which has ever befallen our oommunity, which
resulted in the death of tbe wife and daughter
of Mr. R Hamilton Martin. While the young
lady, sixteen years of age, was preparing din?
ner in a cook-room attached to the dwelling*,
her clothing caught fire; she ran in th? ad?
joining room to ber mottler, wbo vainly tried
to extiuguiab the flames by throwing her on
the bed and covering ber with the bedding.
Her agony was BO violent, tbut she rushed
from bet motner, leaving her and the bed?
clothes on fire, and ran into the yard and
around <he house, nntil she fell from exhaus?
tion and pain. In themeantime the mother was
on fire and burning with fearful rapidity. Mr.
Sheldon Hadwin, living with Mr. Martin,
being on the premises near by, bearing their
screams ran to their assistance, and beheld a
moat heart-rending scene The inri was
lyiog in the yard with every article of clothing
burnt off of ber, and sba herself burnt to a
parted crisp; too mother still in the house,
shut np in a room, witn clothes and beddmsr
still burninn. Mr. Had win ran to their relief
with a vessel of water, but too late. The two
Dra. Faust were immediately sent for, who did
all m their power to relieve their BufloriDgs,
but at ten o'clock P. M. death relieved the
mother, and at one A. M. the daughter passed
from lifo to eternity. C. C. C.
HOTEL ARRIVALS, DECEMBER 4.
C. B. Fitz Maurice, Dr. G. H. Rathbone, J.
L. Rigua, wife, sister and son, 0. E. Rlgua,
Elils Munday, Mr. and Mrs. H.t. de Forrest,
three children and two maidp, Miss C. de For?
rest, Miss Julia Seymour, Mr. Geo. Seymour,
Mr. John Seymour, Henry L. Smith, E. s.
Calhoun and wife, R. 0. Wacmurdo, T. TJ.
Kees, Ed. F. Cooke, New York; Thoa. Den?
ham, Chicago; H. 0. Brewer, Miss Brewer,
Mrs. Mechlin, 8. Agnew, Due West; Geo. W.
Blackwell, L. Fisher, New Orleans; Thos. E.
White, Kentucky; 8. G. Gamer, N. B. Clark
Bon, W. 8. Mowry, lady, two children and
nurse, South Carolina; Oscar Coles, Aiken;
G. T. Hurley, Boston; Mrs. A. 7. Smith, two
children and nurse, Syracuse; S. E. Sawyer,
Florida; F. R. Benson, Leroy; D. F. Miles,
Marton; E. M. Davis, Master Joe Davis, Mar's
Bluff; W. M. Conners, Lancaster; R. D.
Wolle, Jas. E. Davis, W R. Coskery, Philadel?
phia; J. M. Lane, Savannah.
F. G. Coachman, J. T. Hunter, Sonth Caro?
lina; H. B. Honman, Graham's CruBS Roads;
A. D. MoNell, Lynchburg; G. 8. Shlrer,
Orangeburg; A. C. Holleogeworth, Laurens;
R. M. Sanders, Ninety-Six; W. Mackay, Scot,
land; J. Mensham, Ballimore; J. M. Robinson,
Michigan; C. L. Gorham, H. W. Lamhaok, New
York; W. S. Uisey, George's Station; A. G.
Plevee, Darlington; J. J. Conyers, Clarendon;
J. D. Murchison, Bennetleville; Vf'. C. Mc
Crelght, Oheraw; J. Wishart, J. Stokes, Coo
saw River; W. W. Bawls, Rldgeville; T. G.
L me, Memphis; J. J. Walton, Northeastern
PROBABLE Poraosixo.-A little daughter of
Mr. HuisoD, the foreman of the Savannah
and Charleston Railroad workshops, situated
in St. Andrew's Parish, died a lew days ago in
a sudden and unaccountable manner. It ls
presumed that she ate some poisonous herb
or berries while wandering through a piece-of
woodland near the shops. She was only
about five years old.
B. M. MARSHALL A BRO., 33 Broad street,
buy and sell on commission, Real Estate,
Stocks and Bonds, negotiate Loans, Bent
Property, and ?ell at auction, furniture at
JUVENILE BOOKS AT FOQARTIE'S Boor DE*
POBiroRT.-Special atu ntlon has been given
to this Important bran m of literature. Gare
bas been taken to seleot good as well as beau
tin 1 books, suited to cc lld rea of all ages. No
department of their expensive stock ot books
for the holidays presents a more attractive ap
pearanoe. They are mostly English editions
and beautifully Illustrated. There Is no more
appropriate offering to youth than sn Instruct'
ivis and entertaining book. dec6-lhslu3
OTSTIR SOUP for lunch this day at the
Academy of Music Saloon. Come and try lt.
GOLD AND SILVER-HEADED CANES, in great
variety. Jost the thing for holiday gilt?, at
Asian's, No. 307 King street.
A No. 1 DYE is G and cleaning ol gentle'
men's Overcoats, Winter Saoks, .'-bawls.
Pants, Vests, do.. Ac, at Otto Son mag's, Dyer
and Scourer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near j
Artesian Well. *
EXAMINE the Singer ?ewing Machine before
CERTAINLY the best ? rt lela ever Invented is
Durand's French Pollsfc. Try it on your bed
FUROHOOTT, BEN ED n rr St Co. have received
a full assortment of E d Gloves, and offer a
good quality, one button Glove, for $1; two
button Glove for fl 25. Also, sole agents for
the Celebrated Chelll;/ Kid Gloves, each pair
sold under guarantee. dec2
PCROBOOTT, BENEDICT St Go., No. 275 King
street, are, tor this week, offering great bar?
gains In Carpets-great redaction madelin
this artlole._ . dec2
CHRISTMAS ii coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 807 King street,
A NOT lo appropri?t a offering for the Holi?
day Season li a bandiome Pnotograph Album,
At Fogartlei Book Depository can be seen a
magnifient asaortme u of all the latest styles
of Photograph, Autograph and Writing
Albums. The Mullet! Photograph Album li
a unique and cunningly devised gem, both in
Its novelty and melodious effect. dec8-tuths9
THU HUMAN KITOH CN AND ITS' DUMB WATT?
IES.-The body ls supplied with ailment by
vessels which connest the stomach and its
auxiliaries with the \ enoue.syetem, and, io to
apeak, perform the office of dumb walten In a
restaurant. In other words, these media of
'Bommunicatlon between the animal kitchen
and Its dependents iiupply to each member
and organ, near or nmote, the quantity and
kind of sustenance required to keepit going.
When the stomach is derelict In its duty, or
the dumb waiters inert or obstructed, lt ls the
peculiar province o '. Hostetter'i. Celebrated
Stomach Bitters to ntrengtbeu and' regulate
them. Hence its marvellous cures of chronlo
Indigestion, and the emaciation, debility and
languor which are generally Its concomitants.
It ls, moreover, a powerful alterative and cor?
rective, and the rapidity with which lt checks
irregularities ot tho liver and bowels, and
braces and Invigorates the nervous system, ls
a marvel, not only to the general public, but
to professional men. deo3-tuths3D*w
GrPTS FOR THE H OLID ATS.--For Silverware,
fine Watches, gold Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street,
BALTIMORE-Per sehr A F Ame3-220,000 fee*;
lamber. 32 tiercel rice.Per schrMstoaka
135.000 reet lamber.Per sehr Lewis Ehrman
-65 tons phosphate rock.
The Charleston Cotton, Rle? and Naval
?store? Marke (s.
OmOI CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
WEONBSOAY EVENING, Deoember'4, 1873. j
COTTON.-This staple was In good and some?
what aotlve request, wtth a firmer market, whloh
hardened about xe 9 ft; sales about 1800 bales,
say 7 at 14X, 10 at 16, 4 at 16*. 3 at 18. 9 at lex, 6
ut las', 89 at 17, ie at iv*. 41 at HM, 83 at 17X,
176 at 17X. 244 at 17J?. 166 at 17\, 21 at IVA, 801
nt 18, 91 at 18X, 71 at us at 18X, 173 at 18X.
17 at is?, 62 at isj?, l at 18X. 4 at isc, 4 on pri?
vate terms. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.?axsl?X
KicH.- This grain was In good Inquiry at
about previous prices; sales 400 tierces olean Car?
olina, say 46 tierces at exe, 93 at ax, loo at ej<,
110 at 21 at 7 8-16. We quote c jm mon to lair
at a>i@c?, good 7@7 MO.
NAVAL STORES.-There were received about 18*
Obis spirits turpentine and 763 bbls rosin. The
market was quiet and without transactions.
EXCHANGE.-sterling 60 day bills 21 ? 215*.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checks on Mew York at X@X per cent, orr,
and sell at par.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, De ?em ber 4.
Koon -Money easier; street rate 5?a6?; bank
rato 0. Consola en, agi*. Fives 60%.
Nsw YORK, uecembaM.
Noon.-Freights steady, stocks steady. Gold
steady at 12X- Money Arm at 7. Exchange-long
8X; abort io. Qc vern men ts dnll bnt steady.
State bonds dnll std qniet.
Evening.-F re lg h ;a nrm. Money 7 to a fraction
commlislon. Storing quler, G?ll i2Xai2%.
Governments closed nrm. ?states dull, except
Tennesaees, which ure strong.
LIVERPOOL, December 4.
Noon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands sjtfaiod,
Later -cotton firm ; nplands lod. Orleans lox d ;
Bales 16.000 nales; speculation and export 8u00:
uplands for December 9?d.
Evening-Cotton closed unchanged; uplands
for February 9X; Orleans for January, io.
NEW YORK December 4
Noon.-Cotton qnlet; sales 1637 bales; uplands
lOXc. Orleans ie % c.
Evening.-Cotton steady; eales 3)97 bale*; up?
lands 19KC, uneans 20c; net receipts 282 bales;
gr<>as35l2. Sales ol cotton futures 12,200 bales,
as follows: Decetn sr, 18 6-i6aln;January, 198-16;
etiruary, ie*al9K; March. I9%ai9 ^; April, 19X;
May, 20c. ie-terday's sales oi cot on were 69u9
Instead or 10,000 bales.
BOSTON, December 4.
Cotton steady--nlddllnis i?%c; net receipts
292 nales; groas receipts 1026; eales 600: stock
PHILADELPHIA, December 4.
BALTIMORE, December 4.
Cotton firm; mk'dllni?s 19J; irross receipts 836;
exports coaatwkt 146; sales 360; STOCK 8100.
NO HF J LE, December 4.
Cotton firm; low middlings isc; net receipts
2092 bales; export! coastwise I6i; sales200; stock
WILMINGTON. December 4.
Cotton Arm; middlings lsxu; net reoeipts 121
balee;sales 66; stock3013.
SAVANNAH. December 4.
Cotton Armer; low mldoliogs 18XC. middlings
18Xc; net receipt 1 3776 bales; exports to Great
Britain 1842; coe ineLt ii8o; coaotwise 1676;
sales 6477 ; Stock 79,182.
AUGUSTA, December 4.
Cotton qokt; middlings 18c; net receipts 964
bales; sales 946.
MEMPHIS, December 4.
Cotton Arm; middlings 19a exe; receipts 2618
bales; shipments ;.632; stock 94,190.
MOBILE, December 4.
Cotton Arm and advanced; good ordinary
l7Xc; low middlings I8X0, middlings 18Xc; net
receipts 2352 baler; exports coast wise 1376; sales
2500; last evening 1800; stock 34 268.
Nsw ORLEANS. December 4.
Cotton active and prie s h gher; good ordinary
1?XC, low middliugs 18alSMc. midd Inga I9%c;
i rece p s 884 bales; groat) 3461; exp rta to
Great Bma<n 460?; coastwise 9S; sales2600; last
evening 4600; atoe'e 147,981.
GALVESTON, December 4.
Cotton Arm; good ordinary lexaiexc; ne< re?
ceipts 1934 bales; exports coastwise 940; sales 2100;
PKOTIBI0N8 AND PBoDUOR MARKETS.
_ LIVERPOOL. December 4.
408 ed eftd8tu,? qulet" 0umD8rlana ?ot
n i _ LONDON, December 4.
Evening.-Common resin its 9d ilia,
-ju*** v," * Nlnr December ?.
Anxf^rJJ0** d2u and nncbanged; Wheat
??^.oucbaoged;- Corn quiet and ancnanired.
quel . TurpenUne ?-alet .? eixaca. Boam
k?VoYcDgviT1?ra<i.utet "an<1 ?wcbanged. Wbls
e?? ^rnoLdSM a ???BT?:-w?nt? red weat
Z S Pn??r5 inactive an j nichanged.
win?? nniot. ?-rf - BALTIKOBR. December 4.
Flour quiet and nncbanged. Wneat firm and
, ", ? 8*< Louis. December 4.
Flour quiet and only a irai demand: wilier
flnpernne $4 2aa$6. dorn dull and unchanged;
Mu 2 mixed 27a27?c;.ac East st. Lo?la, on tra-k,
82c. In warehouse. Pork dall;Jobbins;lots ll.otK
Bacon, no sales. Lsrd, no demand. ?.<?.?.
Pinnr .ra*A*, ..... UHJISTILI?, December4.
Flour steady and ?rm; extn family se ai.
Corn, nothing done; DOW 40c; o:d mixed 42c.
E?rrlt,,?0.m'naUy *1276- Lard ?tead#; obotce
?SK Z*?80: kegs 8Xa9o; prime steam 7 vc
Whiskey Bttady at 88c. -
_, " CINCINNATI, December 4.
rioor in fa'r demand ano firm at$7 86a7 60.
Corn qalet, old 42a4ac, new 410. Pork $12. La.d
ann, attain 7a7 vc ke tie 7V?7Vo. Bacon
steady, olii should-rs 6o; new cle?r rio aides 8*c;
clear sides 8kjc Whiskey bteauy at 88c
Interior Cotton markets.
We note no change In quotations sinos satur?
day. The demand contin?es good tor tine cot?
tons. whl;e thore is little call r?r inferior g ad-?s.
The receipts to-day were 4M bales; suipmenis 212;
COLUMBUS, December i.
Market qnlet ; ordinary ioma \c, goo l ordinary
leVai'c, mw miau,Inga l7Jfc. mldddnns i7>ia
i7Mo; sale* 97 bales; receipts378; snipments2M
' . \ MONTOOMIRV, December 2.
Market nominal to day; ordinary 18*16 VC good
ordinary 18*, strict good ordinary 17%, low
middling 17Msl7X, middling 17Mo.
8FIBITS TUBPkHTISB.-sale* Ol 1:8 casts at M
ceuts uer gai io u tor Mourner n packages.
KoeiN.- harket exhibits more fl-mncss, with
sellers astin? aa advance. No sales reported
CHUOB 'i?BPiNnNi.-tard, yellow dip and
virgin have advanced 25c. Sales of 880 bbls at
%i -tt> for h .rd and $6 2a for yellow dip aud viraln.
TAB.-Market quiet and steady, wita sales or
120 bbls at $4 per bbl.
COTTON.-10-day the market bas been active
under betu-r telegrams ?rom the cotton ceotns
Hales ol 883 bu lei aa f 1 ow-: loi bale* at no 21
St 17?0, 141 St .7HC IB st 17xe. 44 at 17vc, 2 at
18c. 7 at ISM . We qi> te ss folio**: ordinary
16Hc: good ordinary 17Vc; loar middling 17Vo:
middling 18c; ?inc. middling 18 Va is Vc
New York Rice Harket.
Kvw ToHI? December 8.
Tbe Dally Bulletin says : Tne market is quiet
and nnshsngen. soles iso bags Hang OD ai ?Ka
7VC 40 tes Carolina at 7VaSVc. Patna ls quoted
at 7 Vase
New York VI aval Stores Market.
Nsw TORC Decembers.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-dav 1728
bbls rosin. 200 bbls s mri . s terpentine, lui bbls
crude tiirpen?lne,*109 bb:s tar. Spirits turpentine
bas been in monet ate request, b A pricer a trifle
depressed. We note sates ot 112 bbls ac eic 80
bois at ol vc, 40 Lbs at 620, 160 New York bois at
62ttc, 160 bois in lots te trade at eiaeivc for
?outnern, ..nd 0-'VaOSc for New York bhia. and
1600 bbla at wilmington at 62VO. free on board.
Strained rosin li less active and a trifle easier.
Sale* 60 bbls at $410, and looo obis on private
i erena. The Oner grades are quiet, and we only
bear or loo bbiB No l at $4 60. 'iar and pitch wit a
out essential change. '
Receipts by Railroad, December 4.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1997 bales cotton, 227 bbls flour, e bbls spirits
turpentine, 76 bbls rostn36 cars wood and lam?
ber, 8 cars Block. To Rabroad Agent, W K Byan,
Kinsman A Howell, Pringle A Son. KOMatlonee,
ES ?Iles, Chapeau A Heffron. Barden* ranter,
O U Walter A co, urdan, h A Weekley, Crawley A
uehon, W P Dowling, Reeder A Davis, Wisa A co,
Pelz er. Rodgers A co, Mowry A Son. L D DeSaas
sure, E H * rose A co, Q W Williams A co, A B Mal*
ligan, j T Irwin, iTenholm A Son, coonta A Wro
ton. Witte Bros, A S smith, McOutchen A co.
Wa dlaw A Carew, Csmpsea A co, T Tupper A
Son. Tiedeinana, Calder * oo. J OH Clausen, ll
coil* a co, Jeffords A co, Walker, Evans A co,
Seffens, Werner A Dnoker, Q jae ken boah, Estin
A co, Lesesne A Weil-, A J .>allnaa, W O Bec A
co. W Gurney, Slot, j A Soignions, ft O Sharp, J N
Robson, U F w let era, Wu courtney A CO, C K
Holmes, W B Smith A co, J S HUI, A s Duncan
T P Smith.
NORTHS A8TK RN RAILROAD.
226 bales upland and 7 bags sea Island cotton,
26 bbls spirits turpentine, 69 bbls rosin, cars
lumber, mdse, Ac. ToFrost A co, W K Byan,
Mowry A son, AW Salinas, Caldwell A son TP
smith, W O Courtney A co. Barden A Parker,
Wnndeu A Jones, Trenholui A Son, Ravead A co,
Pezer. Rodgers A co. Reeder A Davis, O W
williams A co, Kinsman A Howell, W u Bee A co.
Pringle A son. Witte Bros, W P Dowllog, T Gail
lard, A Head, S D Stoney. Walker A ce, E Wel?
ling, R an aa t Agent,-Order, and others.
SAVANNAH AMD OHAKLXSTON RAILROAD.
60 bales sea Island and 101 bales npland cotton,
181 bbls rosin, bbls spirits turpentine, 655 bu>b
els rongh rice, cars lumber, mdse, Ac To u
McPherson, Crawley A Deina, Marrtangh A Week?
ley , T P smltn, Felzer. Rodgers A co. Mowry A
son, Witte Broa, J UolcookAco, earden A Par?
ker. Stoney A Lowadie. W p Dowling. Rave-iei A
co. J Wiley A 0i), R i 0 Jinnl-i, J C H C amsen.
Fraser A Dill. O W Williams A co, J T Milligan. W
Li Oreen, A M Biooker, Dcaey 4 Stokes, Kinsman
.t Howell, Whlulen A Jones. W A Boyle. Jno
Walker, counts A Wroton. Ssmuel Me agett,.-, D
Stoney, E H Frost A co, F M Young and others.
Per steamship Champion, from New York
J Stryker and wife. F H West and wife, E Hudson,
G E sawyer, j p K Bryan, Captain Coles, H W
Falrban>s. E Munday. H L Smith, J F M array. W
Tarr, G T Harley, F Manson, H Maher, H L alien
and wife, Miss J Allen, Miss H Allen. A H / lieu.
Mrs MoOreen, Mrs MeCreeu, Mrs A J smltn, 2
children and servant. J M Kobina m. J E K?ster,
TR Bray. J L Weat, A West, BenJ U DeF.irrest,
wire A child, M?as 0 De Forrest, Miss J Seymour, J
L Kenna and wire, u E Kenna, Mrs H M Megas,
Milton R?gna, G seymoar, J Seymour. Mary
Hines, R Q'iinn and child. and S lu steerage.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Beauf rt via Chtii
olm's and P icloo Landlngs-J Campbell, H Hart,
s Krlnioa, I smith. H Bnrrongna, Capt Wishart, J
Stokes, and 20 deck.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jaok,
Bonville. Fernandina and Savannah-Rev E L
Klug, Mrs King Gibbs, N C Jordan, and e on
Per steamer M S Allison, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise, Rockville and Wav Landings-J Qeraty,
wile and servant, J WToomer, wife and sa-vant.
Mrs H Bents and two sons, Dr DJ Townsend, E
M wilso?, O St?ren, J Hart, cui'd, R Washington,
W Bart, T Middleton.
?LAMINK if JE WA.
CHARLESTON, d. C.DECEMBER 5, 1673.
Lat 80 deg 40 min SS sec | Lou 79 deg 67 min 37 sec.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New York
left suth lost. Mdse. To James Adger A co
G W Almar, Adams, Damon A oo, C D Ahrenn ?
oo, M A A Asbtog, J Alan, T A Beamish, G A
Bowman, T M Bristoll, E F Brown, C Ban A oe, J
U Br?ning A co, J Campten & co, L Chap?n,
Chase A cutttno, D K chase, Clias'a A Sav Rail?
road, J U H Clausien A oo, Crane, BoyUton A co,
L Conen A co, Cameron A co. T Campbell, E Daly
nowie Moise A navia, U A Duo t sou, J B Duval
A Son. J M Eason A Bro. Ellas Bn?. J T Erwin, J
S Fairly A c >. D F Fleming A oo, Farong <tc, ue.i
edict * co, Forsvihe, McOomb Aoo, DKHzsltn
mons. D P Fleming A CO, Fogarue's B ink score,
D Fitsglohons, u Qoidsteia A -on. 0 Graveiev, tl
M un m. e. P Qulllemi?. J Oornam, H Ge di s A co,
J W Harrls-on, Ban A co. J H Ht len. Huger A
Ravenel, N A Hune. J Hurkamp, M E Huco .Uson,
J H bippolar, R Hunter, Mrs M Honaeken, H
Harris, 0 Hictey, Holmes A Calder, J S ?lyer, A
Ullas. E M Jackson, Johaiton, Crews A oo, D
Jacoos. Jager Br s. K'inoic. Wlckenberg A CO,
Knobelocn A small, H W Krlete; Kinsman Bros,
Laurey, Alexander A co, R Lawle-s, u Lltschgl,
Locke A Qrouing, 0 A Lengnlck. c T Lowndes, J
Lewisham, s R Marshal. A co, Martin A Mood, W
0 Mertens, Mclnnu S eo, W McLean. MoLoy A
Rice, W G Morris. P F Murray. J G Mllnor A co,
Murphy A Little, M Marks, W Mattuies^ea, 0
Matibewf. M-trsn Bros, Nachmann A co, M H
Nathan. Nimitz A co. B O'Neill, D O'Neil A Son, J
F O'Neil), ? P Ponpenneim, D Paul A co, C F
Pancniu, B Perry, QjaoKeuoush, ftSflll A co, Rv
venel A co, Kavent..A Holmes, OU Righter, Q
R U. W F Rice. J RugQetmer. J R Read A co,
sbackelford A Ke ly, w She, herd A co. D H SU
cox, fouttiern Express Company, Steffen?. Wer?
ner A Ducker, Sunday Times, Stoil. Webb A co, J
h Taylor A co, R Tnomilnson A co, iledemann.
Calder A co, M Triest, Thomas H Latinean. F von
San ten, D Vogt, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, P
Walsh, Wagener A Monsees, Whlttemore A
Rhodes, W u Wilder, 6 L wills, 0 E Wright, G W
wnii uns A co. Western Un on Telegraph Com?
pany, R Wing, W L Weob. W J Tates, and other?.
Br Bark Jerome Jone*, Kinney, Boston-10 days,
Balla t. To Lesesne * Waua.
Steamer City Point, Fitzgerald, Pal >tka, via
JacKsonviile, Fernandina ?nd >avannah. 89
bales cotton. 70 p ck^ges oranges. 1 nurse. 18 bbH
ov stern, ro Kavt-nei A cn, Wltce B os, w M Law?
ton A son, J LlvlngPlOu. Fra? r A DUI, D McPher?
son, Terry A Nolan. Mrs B M Til? on, Pluokney
Br..s. G H Ingraham A son, H KUtte A co, stoney
A Lowndes, Paul Welch A co, N Saisard, Waiter
steamer Pilot Boy, MoNelty, Savannah, Bean
fart, cniaoim'a and Pacific Landings. M btlei
sea Island outton and mdse., To Raveael, Holmes
A co, J R Pringle ?Son, BAvenei <v co. J Got?**
ACJ.T P Smith, VKldd,PV.?actoe/,Jf?ni
mons, witt? 'Bros.- "W Si Bird A co, IT MCPhsr
son, L J Michel, .W C Bee 4 00, KUnck, TUeken
berg ft co. - .l_i?> ^
Steamer M S Allison, Togllo, EdUto. Enterprise.
Rockvale and Way Landings. Si bags sea Uland
cotton, cotton seed, mdse and sundries; ' TO
Douglas Nisbet. Fraser ft Dill, Stoney ft Lowndes,
D McPherson. Wttte Bros, Oamaru ft Minors, WK
Ry-m. K Roper. W A BOTI , Kavenel 'ft'CO, R
Mar? ft co. W 0 Bee ft co, T P Smito.
Sehr Louisa, .\no mm, from Cooper BiTsr. 1860
bush eis rougli rice. To J R rrlngle ft Son.
Sloop Rebecca tiran vu e,-, from Pon Ton.
uoo busnels rough rice. To isa- R Pringle ft
'''"sloop Harrietta, -, from Saetee. (?soo
bushels rough rice. To W 0 Bee ft co.
Boat from c trna; Church. 7 bags sea Uland cot*
ton. To W M Lawton* Son.. ?:.
Boat from Wad mala w. a bags sea Island cotton,
To J Coloock 4 co. .
Boat from John's Island. 6 bags sea Island cot*
ton. ToJohnOoioookAoo. .; ~ ;'
Boat from Edlsto. 7 bags aaa Island, cotton.
To W a Boyie. u - . .' si '.'
Boat rmm Toogoodoo. io baga asa island cot?
ton. To W A Boyle.
Boat fr. m John's Island.. 1 bag sea island cot
cotton. To Wm Garner. .
Hut from John's Island. 9 baga sea.island
cotton. To stoney ft Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Church. 6 bags sea island
cot on. To Stoney ft Lowndes.
Received from Chlsolm'f Mill-76 tierces rice.
To w 0Beeft.co. ..../. ST. C
Received from Bennett's Mills. 146 tes rice. TO
W u Bee ft co, and T WeUmas.
OLEAKED YESTERDAY. - '
Sehr A. F Ames, Achorn, Baltimore-Street
BrOS ft CO. . ,*....
sc'ir Lewis Ehnnan, Fooks, Baltimore-Strsot
Br. s ft co. '>? ,:x\\
Sehr MatoaKS, Fooks, Baltimore-Street Bro?; A
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New Torr, v t
Br bark Ranger, Obx Liverpool. ... -?.-.j. -
Bohr Lewis Bhrman, Fooks, Ballimore. ?.. * .
sohr Mstoaka, Fooks. Baltimore. ' .
Sehr Mary B Long, Hardy, Weymouth, Mats..-;
Sehr R K Vaughan, Tnompsun, Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT. : . J '", *
Steamship Mercedlts, Maraaman, Boston, Ds-:
comber 4. l7? . I*
OTP FOR THIS PORT. "
Sehr JD Page,-, at Philadelphia, Decem?
ber 1. . '*" ? - '
Sehr L N Lovett, Gage, at New York. Deoera
berl . ?*";/'
MARINE REWS BT TEL!?GRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, December 4.
Arrived, Darteh, Savannah. . ". I'.,".
M aw YORK, December 4.
Arrived, MercedPa, HuatsvQs. ? ??.<-.. \'> 1
Arrived oat, city or tendon, Greece, victoria.
.1 ? .' I ?j
MAR1'H 1 Is.-Died in Jefferson, _
19th November, in her 7otn year. Hrs.
MARCHAIS, ru r m e r ly of this etty?
JjlOB LIVERPOOL. -
The first-class British Bark .,NE?^BC?D,'^?A.:
PHILLIPS, Master, will have dlupatch ror?B
above port. For freight engagements apply to ?
GIuBfcS A BARMWELL, ,
no vi?. - North Atlsatlo Wharf.
JP O R MEW.?O BK. ' * i ;
ON THURSDAY, ' fTH DECfiMBEB, 'J&.T
ll O'CLOCK A. M. . . . !
NEW IRON AT S AM LINE-ESTABLISHED. 1870.'
STATE BOOMS ALL OH DECK.
The Splendid New Iron SldewHeel Steamship.
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander,, will
sall for New York on THOUS DAT. 5 fr-December,
a^ ll o'clock A. M.. from Pier No. a,Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool and tao ,:
New England cities as usual. ? .r-?". m-?> -'i: t
mw Insurance hy steamers or this llna-M-per^
For Freight or Passage engagements, having
very fine Deck 9 tate roo u accommodations, ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER A 00., No. 28 , Bro*U
Btreer, orto WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Unfcm
Wharves. . nov29imw8U>l
THE! PHIIJU)BLFHU IBON 'fcttt?
. UN?. . : -JJrW- .:
THE FIRST-CLASS 1BOS S?BBW
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunt?, -
}. VIRGINIA,Captain Hinckley, '- -
Are now regularly oaths line, insuring A first
Class sea connection between miad(^hl*and
charleston, and In alliance with BaOroadAXmpa
nlee at both terminL afford rapid transportation,
to and rrom all points In the Cotton- states, and
to and from cincinnati, st Lords, (Jhlcago sid^oe
principal cities of the. Northwest Boston^Pro vi
dence and ide Eastern Manufacturing Oentres.
49?The GULF STREAM ls. appointed-^ oatt
from Brown's Wharf on FRTDAT, OtaDeoemoer,
at ll o'clock A. M._-J"_ ..'V
O- The VIRGINIA Will follow._
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
w. P. CLYDE ft CO., General Agents, No. 13
J! O B B A L T' I M O' BJ1.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
gfifflg TO lA?mK
PnilLADKLPHIA, BO STO?T,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine Steamship MARYLAND, J. v. John?
son, Commander, will sail for Baltimore, on FRI?
DAY, otb December, at 4 o'clock P. M.
49" Philadelphia Freiguts forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignee* are allowed
ample time to sample and sen their Goode fresa
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAULO. TREJTHOLM, Agent,
decs 4_No. a Union Wharves.
J O R S A V ANN A H,
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDATEVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Splendid Side-Wheel steamers _ .?JJr*???
DICTATOR and CITY POINT rrih?mfmmMJg2
leave Southern Whsrr as above.
No extra charge mads for Meals and State?
' For Freight and Pa-sage apply to
Corner Vanderhorst's V7aarf and Ei?t.Bay.
dec2_. " .. . "
P 0 fi V L O X I D At
Thespiendid side-wheel Seamers, - ^-Zh
uharleston every T?BSDAT, THTrMDAT and SUN?
DAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock preouely, fer
^^^RBB'N COVE SPRINGS, .
ANU ALL LANDINGS ON ST, JOHN'S BITBB.
I connecting at P?^?,^?SS1??
the Oolawaha River an-J with the Steamer ???>
LIGHT for ^"ffl^f"
on the Upper St John's Mdtsdto?W?V
Theje One S'eam- rs. bunt in sew York, espe?
cial y a dap i ed for the Florida trade, are^ftrrciisaeo
with ever? comfort &?^^>??g2?
the CBEAPfST. SAFEST AND MOST COMTVKi
ABLE MEANS OF RBAOHING PUWDX They
prov.de a Crstclass table, '^"if'tnnS
fortable Staterooms, and Tske NO ?yi?a
CHARGE F</R Mi-ALS AN ? STATBttUU?^
They land almost at the doonvo^gg?fi
Ho.eis or au above point-.,paving *?**S&iH
t urtst the danjera and discomforts or frequent
^C-nnlct at Fernandina with JlorldS
for all poln's In the lnten-r, ?JD
for New orleans asd Havana, via Oeflat K?J*^.;
For Frelgnt or -massage, sppiy to _ ?
* RAVEN?L & co., Agents,
corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and Bast Bay,