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MEETING* IBIS DAT.
Orange Lodge, A. TU, at 7 P. at.
German Rifle Club, at half-past 7 P. M.
Grant Cavalry, at 3 and 7 P.M.
Palmetto Division, B. T., at half-past 7 P. M.
Book and Ladder, No. 2, at halt-past 7 P.
Palmetto Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M.
Medical Society, at half-past 7 P. M.
Irish Volunteers, al 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES IBIS DAT.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, showcases, cutlery, Ac.
Leitch <fc Bruns will sell at ll A. M. and C
p. af.y at their office, watches. Jewelry, 4c.
The following: ls the range of the thermom?
eter lor the patt two daja:
Saturday-3 A. M., 61: 10 A. M., 55; 12 M.,
11; % p. H., 60; 4 P. il., 57;%6 P. M., 66; 8 P.
Bunday-8 A. M.. 62: 10 A. M., 66; 12 M Ol;
2 P. M., 64; 4 P. M., 64; 6 P. M.. 60; 8 P. M. 67.
THE MASONIC TEMPLE.
Tho Dedication To-Worrow-In tere s tl nc
Ceremonies-i'he Program mc-Sames
of Presiding Offlceri. ?
The dedication of the new Masonic temple
by the Grand Ledge of South Carolina will
take place at 1 P. M. to-morr?w. The temple
ls not quite finished, but as tbe Grand Lodge
meets only once a year, lt becomes necessary
to dedicate lt at the present time, BO that lt
can be used by tba subordinate lodges before
December, 1873. The temple consists ot the
Grand Lodge room and the ?lue Lodge room,
with ante and preparation rooms and closets
for the safe keeping of regalia, Ac
THE GRAND LODOS BOOM
occupies the aeoond floor. It is a vast hall in
the form of a parallelogram with a lofty
arched ceiling. The walls aie painted In Imi?
tation of grained freestone, and the nortb and
west are studded with French Gothic windows.
Having trimmings of black walnut. In the
east wall ia a series of sliding doors, which
alford entrance to the room. Tbese are
painted In the color as the window trimming?.
Above tba doors la a balcony with a black
walnut balustrade. In the sooth wall ls a
aeries of niches In the form of the windows
already mentioned, and having trimmings
of Ute same material. Tbese niches have
been provided for tablets which will be from
time to tome erected to the memory o? distin?
guished members ol the craft. The celling of
the room ts arched from the fonr walls, form?
ing a square In the centre. The arched por
Hon ls painted In an ashes-ol-rosea tint, while
tbe tqaaxe ls in a French gray, and the Impost
moulding surrounding lt ls white. In the
middle Of the square a pendant ls secured,
?blobsupports a temporary burner, consist?
ing ot a tobe bent Into the form of a large
circle, and supplied with numerous Jeta on
the outside of Us circumference.
THC CLUS LODGE ROOM
ls about one-iourth the . size of the other. It
ls situated la the'east end of the building,
upon a sort of quarter floor, raised aboui
twenty feet above the floor of the Grand
Lodge room. It ls square, with walls colored
In Imitation of grained 1 rees tone. The eel 1
. lng forma a dome, which terminates In a
square skylight. Thia room will be used lor
. the meeting ot tbe various city lodges. The
Grand Lodge room will be rented for balls and
publio entertainments during tbe intervals be?
tween tbe meetings o? the Grand Lodge. Nei?
ther ot tbe rooms bas been furnished as yet,
norwin they be furnished for some time to
come. The furniture to be used In tbe Grand
Lodge room to-morrow ls only temporary, it
having been loaned by the different lodges
especially for tbe occasion. The three chairs
whtch will be respectively occupied by the
Grand Master and the two Grand Wardens,
belonged originally to Franklin Lodge, No. 2.
or this city, and are over one hundred yearn
old, having been presented to that lodge lu
1T66. The ark belongs to tbe Colombia Chap?
ter No. 2. It ls enveloped by a white silk co v
erlng, which was made for lt by a lady ot thl
city: The candlesticks, which will be ranged
around the altar, were presented to Union
Kilwinning Lodge No. 4, of this city, lo 1760.
by the Grand Lodge ol Scotland, in acknowl?
edgment of a donation made to tte charity
food of the latter lodge by tbe former. Pro?
fessor T. P. O'Neale bas organised
- " A-carola
of about twenty ot the beat male and female
voloes in Charleston, and they have recently
bad several rehearsals. In appropriate pig?
oes, during the ceremony of dedication, the
following anthems wlii be sung In the order in
Slob they stand: 1st, "Bow down thine
3d, '-Now shouts In anger;" 3d, '-How
bright and fair." A full brans band bas also
been engaged to assist in the Ceremonies.
The Hon. Henry Buist, Pa?t Grand Haaier,
will deliver an oration suitable to tbe occa?
sion. Tbe ladles are, especially Invited to be
present, and will be supplied with seats. No
tickets are rt quired to secure admission; the
dedication being public, all persons are tree
tb attend. The Grand Lodge will meet to?
morrow at the Odd Fellows' Hall, corner ol
King and . Liberty streets, lor the purpose ol
organizing Ita session and hearing the address
of the Grand Master, giving an account of bis
atewardahfp lor the past year, as well as a
survey o? the general condition ol Masonry
throughout the world.
The subordinate lodges are summoned to
meet, in regalia at Hoi me s's Lyceum at half
past twelve o'clock. The members will then
proceed to form In two parallel lines extend?
ing from toe entrance of tbe Odd Fellows'
Ballon Liberty street to that or the Temple
oa Wentworth street. Bach lodge will take a
position, according to tbe date of its charter
being first. As soon as the lines are formed
the Grand Lodge will descend from the
Odd Pellowe* Hall, and pass between them to
the Temple, where the remainder of Its ses
.toawiu be held. The tallowing are the
i ames of tbe presiding officers :
R. 8. Bruns, of Charleaton, grand master;
General J. B. Kershaw, of Camden, deputy
grand master; James A. Hoyt, or Anderson,
senior grand warden; James Birnie, or Green?
ville, Junior grand warden; H. w. Schroder,
of Charleston, grand treasurer; ?. ?
Campbell, or Laurens, grand secretary; Re?.
A. Toomer Porter, of Charleston, grand
chaplain; Wm. Elliott, of Beaufort, J. H.
Villeneuve, ot Cberaw, senior grand deacons;
W. L. Held, of Cberaw, P. B. Hacker, of
Charleston, Junior grand deacons; B. A.
Muckeoluas, o? Charleston, W. L. West, of
Greenville, grand stewards; H. D. Corbet, of
Meyersvllle, grandlparsulvant; Colonel J. Zim?
merman Davis, A. T. Smythe, J. Ogren,
grand marshals of tbe day; W. A. Wilson, ol
Charleston, grand tiler.
Foanos li?OaT8.--Tht Brliisb bark Stormy
Petrel was oieared on Saturday lor Liverpool,
by Mr Henry Card, with 9 bags sea Island cot?
ton, 1(451 bales upland cotton, 140 tons phoe
phate rock, 3 bola beeswax, and 2 tierces cot
it?n ? ?V?j??)iirt iiVri>MMiif?iii?*Mi?taM*wi V'?
! TBS CANAL ACROSS THE NBCK.
A Highly Ia portant Public Work-Tbs
Advantage a, Direct and Indirect,
willoh are Kxpected to Flow from lt.
At a meeting o? the City Council, beldon
I the 29LU ol October last, the Mayor read a
communication from himself, setting forth, in
part, the advantages of a canal aortss Charles?
ton Neck, irom the Ashley River to the Coop?
er; stating that a large portion of the desired
route had been gratuitously tendered the city
by Mr. John H. Devereux, and asking Council
to authorize the making of the necessary
surveys. The request was unanimously
granted by Council, and that fact, together
with the text of the communication, was pub?
lished in THE NEWS of October the 30th. TM
NEWS has also subsequently noticed the be?
ginning of the survey. That portion of the
work ls now about complete, and a map o? the
surveyed route can be seen at the office of itu
city engineer. The canal will be about one
mlle and a hs If long, with a uniform breadth
of water surface of seventy-tfve feet, anda
low water depth of ten feet, Increasing
at high tide to fifteen or seven
tec*n feet. The Ashley River termi?
nus ls located lu the m du tb. of n large creek a
short distance -north ot Rose's Farm or
Low nd ra's Grove. From that point the line
runs In a northeasterly direction lor a little
over three-fifths of a mlle, when ll makes a
slight deflection to the north, crossing Meet
log street a few hundred feet north of the'
Weil known Paine or Cool Blow farm, and
passing about fifty feet north of the Magazine
walle, ' terminates In the bold creek, which,
flowing In irom Cooper River, washes the
northeast front of that property. The route
for about half a mlle from Ashley River
extends through a low marsh tract, taking
In many elbows ol the winding creek, whose
mouth marks the terminus on that side, thus
utilizion the natural advantages of the loca?
tion, and affording comparatively easy exca?
vation. One-filth of a mlle further carries li
over the high land and Into another marshy
' bottom, through which lt extends the remain?
der of Its length.
The first half mlle of tbe route irom Ashley
River ha* already, as above stated, been
gratuitously given to the city by Mr. John H.
Devereux. A little more than three-fourths
of a mile further remains to be secured, the
recent, purchase of the magazine property by
the olty having secured a suitable outlet to
Cooper River without cost It ls sincerely to
be hoped that the citizens owning the prop?
erty through wblou the unacqulred three
! fourths of a mlle passes will have the public !
' spirit to follow Mr. Devereux's example, as
the enbanoed value of property in that vicin?
ity resulting from the opening of the canal
will far more than compensate them for the j
loss o? the narrow strip of land required for
the work. The advantages to be gained by
the opening of the canal are manifold to the
property holders on the nock. The gain from a j
I sanitary and agricultural point of view will be
I simply Incalculable. The healthiness of any
local 1 ty depends, In great measure, upon the fa
! illltlea lt possesses for getting rid of Its surplus
water; In other words, upon the perfection ol
I its system of drainage. It is a well-known
j fact that many of the farms on the neck, from
their Inland position, possessing no outlet to j
either liver, are very Imperfectly drained, and
are, la consequence, quite unhealthy during
.the summer. The effects of drainage upon
cultivation need not be told to farmers. One
of the most important objects of the canal ls
to furnish facilities for properly draining
these Inland farms, rendering them more val?
uable for the purposes of cultivation, and
habitable for white persons during the whole
year. A vast quantity or vegetables and
I other productions o? the farm will also find
its way to the shipping through Hie canal, at
a red need cost for transportation. To th*
lumber and timber trade, the advan?
tages will also be very considerable. The
vast expanse o? marsh land which lies adja
cent to the Ashley River mouth of the canal
will afford a safe harbor lor the timber and
lumber approaching the city from the west,
while the canal Itself will furnish Bare and
easy aacess for the same material to the ship?
ping In Cooper River. Another advantage
may result to the commercial Interests of
Charleston tu the facility lt will afford the
South Carolina and Northeastern Railroad
Companies for transferring merchandise to
and from their depots and the shipping by
means of lighters. Tbls, lt ls claimed, by ob?
viating the necessity for draying, will mate?
rially reduce the ooet ol transportation, and
add largely to the volume of freight which
flows through this port.
It ls calculated that the cost of cutting the
canal will be fully counterbalanced by the sale
of the sand and earth lt will furnish fer the
purposes o? building and of filling up the low
lot? throughout the city. The City Govern*
ment for publlo purposes alone annually uses
a vast quam Ity of sand, for whloh it pays at
the rate of fifty cents per cart load, whereas
the oanal will furnish lt at a cost of twenty?
five cent? per load. The low lots In various |
portions of tbe olty have long been regarded
as less healthy than those on higher ground,
and wonld have been filled up long a?o If a
"ufflolent supply of cheap material could have
been at any time obtained-so that If the ca?
nal could be rendered useful for no other pur?
pose than furnishing the earth necessary to
fill up these lota, Ita opening would still be a
great benefit. It Is Cno proposed lo make a
wide tow-path on either baok of the canal,
which will be planted with shade trees, so as
to make splendid drives extending from one
river to the other.
The subject of opening the canal will be
be brought, up for the consideration of Coun?
cil at Its first meeting In January, when lt ls
anticipated that action will be taken looking
to the Immediate commencement of the
HOTEL ARRIVALS-DECEMBER 7
James E. Smith, Dan'l M. Willis, Eugene
8elU, H. B. Hunter, New York; Wm. Curry,
C. Ssblamm, Savannah; E. U. Chester, wif?,
ohlld and nurse, Fernandina; Wm. F. Smith]
ML-s M. L. Smith, Glenn Springs, Geo. W Fox,
E. W. Eetcham, Rlohmond; John Loohrane,
Georgia; W. W. Murphy, Frankfort; 0. 8.
Stetson, Jr., and wife, Philadelphia; Mrs. H.A.
Butler, Mrs. W. H. Ellis and child, Miss Ovrle
Wernfleld, Vermont; James B. Dey, J. E
Hunt, Clarksvllle; A. J. Coe, Boston; Louis
Lelderman, Blackville; B. J. Witherspoon,
Lancaster; R. 0. Billings, Lancaster. 8. C.;
W. A. Heddon, Louisville; P. L. 8. Vlrden,
Philadelphia; A. W. Lebben, C. T. Aldrich, O.
D. Carrlgh and wife, New York; H. Hendry, J.
F. Goodrich and wlfr, Newark, N. J.; F. Good?
rich. Mrs. C. B. Goodrich. Charlestown, Mass. ;
H. Yeatman, Ballimore; Y. 8. Hair, Newoerry;
, ?> Herndon, Cokesbury; C. H. Delano, Wil?
mington; A. J. Currie, Northeastern Railroad:
H. A. Matthews, Waterbury, Conn.; H. A.
Sumner, R. R.Snyder,Savannah;R.A. Hayles
and wile, Louisville.
Thos. F. Hlgbee, Camden; J. T. Easly, Sa?
vannah;!, a Sung, Florence; D. Byanebur.
ger. New York; B. F. 8wlft, Alexandria; D.
Magrath, Washington; T. F. H. Peck and wire
Nt. Louis; H. NT Lathapl, Augusta; T V'
Wal-h. Si'raier; Wm F. Porter and wire,
Brighton; W B. Wright, W. 0. and B. E. R.;
R. Mortimer, New York; Wm. Blake, 8par
tanburg; Miss B. Chapman, Miss E. Chapman,
Mrs. H. Chapman, H. 0. Ford, Savannah; 8.
D. Killian. Columbus; Owen Smith, Hard
Scrabble; J. F. Adden, Oraiigeburg.
The churches tbrougbout the city were
largely attended yesterday, both morning and
afternoon. Night services were held In the
Citadel Square and First Baptist Churches,
and were also well attended* Bishop Howe
administered confirmation In the morning, at
Saint Michael's Church, to eighteen candi?
dates-four male and fourteen female. He
also preached an appropriate sermon and ad?
ministered the communion. The church was
crowded.. The services In the other churches
were of no ?special interest.
IRE PALMETTO GUARD RIFLE CLUB.
At a recent meeting ot this organization the
new fatigue caps, already desoribed in thia
paper, were formally adopted, and the club
expect to bare them bet?re their next parade.
The contract was given to Mesara. Brown A
Johnson, on King street, and the members
are requested to call at that store and have
their measures taken. The Palmetto Guard
also design procuring the winter pants-of the
uniform, consisting of m Alertai ot the same
color as the coat, with a green oord on the
outside seam. Thia club la a lineal descendant
of one ot the crack militia companies of yore,
and when thoroughly uniformed, as ls pro
posed, they wilt present an appearance In
beeping with their ancient name and fame.
-Thia Is the time to advertise. To make
money you must make business.
-Tne civil docket o? the United States Cir*
ouit Court will be called on next Thursday at
Columbia before Judge Bond.
-General J. B. Hood, who will deliver the
annual oration before the Survivors' Associa?
tion in this city on the 12 Ji Instant, did not ar?
rive yesterday afternoon as expected.
-The Freundsohaftabund will celebrate
their until vere ?ry mis evening with a ball,
ooncert, theatricals, and a supper, at their
ball, corner ot Meeting and George streets.
-Wlnnsboru' ls to have a national baok.
Fifty thousand dollars' worth ol stock have
been secured, and the baok will be put in ope?
ration as soon as the necessary preliminaries
can be arranged.
-Prince Brown, colored, entered the bar?
room ot A. E. Philippi, on State street, yester?
day morning, and becoming disorderly sub
bed the proprietor In the left band. The as*
slstaoce of the police waa invoked, and the
bloodthirsty African was taken to the Malo
Guardhouse, In spite ot a desperate resistance.
-On Saturday morning a party of colored
men attempted ,lo carry several cows from
tbe city to James Island tn a flat. When the
' flat reached the mldddle o? the river It sank,
and consigned the crew and cows to the
waves. Tee cows struck out In every dlrec
tlon lor the shore, but the men held last to
tbe flat. The state of affairs was ob?
served by persons In the city, and several
boats were sent to the rescue, which gathered
together both cows and orew.
-->Hanberry,drunk and disorderly, ono dol?
lar. Daniel Barnwell, colored, stealing coal
from a cart in King street, ten days. Joseph
Cole, colored, drunk aod disorderly, turned
over to trial Justice. G. Slamer, lodged by
a trial justloe, delivered to warrant. A goat
at large, one dollar. A shawl and a boat sall,
the former found upon the Market Hall steps,
and the latter dropped by an unknown Individ?
ual at the sight of a policeman, delivered to
the owners. A bag of cabbages, dropped by
a negro, who la supposed to have stolen it,
was seat to the Orpbanbouse.
Supreme Court -December G.
Before Chief Justice Moses and Associate .,
Justices Wright and Willard :
Ex parte Thomas M. Wilkes. Petition for
admission io practice. Mr. Chamberlain for
petitioner. The petition was granted, and
Mr. Wilkes was sworn and enrolled as an at?
torney, solicitor and counsellor of the Su- i
preme Court. ,
The case o? Kirkpatrick va. Atkinson waa
resumed. Mr. J. J. Hempblil concluded his 1
argument tor respondent. Mr. MoAllley In \
Mr. Richardson was reappointed reporter
ot toe court, and Mr. A. M. Boozer reappoint- 1
ed clerk. e
The court adjourned till Monday, Decem- t
ber 9, wheu the First Circuit will be called.
United -cates] LO ari-December 6.
Belore Judges Bryan and Bond:
The United SuteB vs. W. C. Whltesldes,
John Whliner, Robert Moore and others
conspiracy. These cases were assigned for
trial to-day, but owing to an accident lo B. P.
Hamilton, E=q.. defendants' counsel, were. I *
upon motion ui Y. J. Pope, Esq., continued h
On motion of General Butler the case or
George Street et al, indicted for conspiracy,
Alexander McCloud va. G. W. Clark. Fraser,
Campbell and Seabrook for plaintiff. Mr. Cor?
bin tor defendant. Assigned for trial on Mon?
United States vs. Le?esne, executor of Pet
Igru, defendant. Ooroin for plaintiff. Miles
for defendant. Struck off.
Hali. Smith ?fe Co. vs. C. N. Averill ? Co., de?
fendants. Wnaley As Mitchell for plaintiffs.
Wilaiuson for deiemiants. Conilnueti. 1
T. M"tie Allston vs. estate J. P. Richardson, -
estate B. Manning and J. L. Manulng, ass um 1
flt. Three cases. Pringle lor plaintiff. Porter
? Conner tor defendants.
8. ? M. B. Davie vs. Churchill B. Jones.
Trespass Farrow & Duucau for pialotlffs.
Porter ? Conner for defendants. Continued.
Judge Bond gave notice to tbe bar that ou
Thursday next he would make a peremptory
call of tbe dooket, and that such oases as were ,
not represented will be etrloken from the
The grand Jury returned true bills as to 1
Wm. Webster, HamletLoudelock, et'al, Synez c
Walker, et al, for conspiracy against citizens
of Airlcan descent as to voting.
STRICT OBSERVANCE LODGE.-At (he annual
communication of Strict Observance Lodge,
No. 73, held on Friday, 6ih Instant, the follow- | J
lng officers were elected and Installed to serve
for the ensuing Masonic year: J. D. Easterlln. | ?
W. M.; A. W. Taft, H. W.; B. F. McCabe, J. W.!
F. J. Dawson, treasurer; W. St. J. Jervey, sec?
retary; D. B. GU ll lauri, 8. D. ; E. 0. Marshall, J,
0.; J. D. Btocker, J. L. Sheppard, stewards; F.
L. Meyer, liter.
BUSINESS NOTICES. | J
DON'T fall to see those wonderful things at
Hibernian Hall to-night. Bring twenty-five 11
cents along. 11
OFF TBS SKELLI09, by Jean logelow, tbe c!
English poetess. Price $l 75. At Holmes's t
Book House. ? I
No FAMILT once using Durand's Polish will f t
ever be without a bottle In the bouse. 1
Go TO Hibernian Ha 1 to-night and hear r
the great "Spiritual Band of Music." (July 11
twenty-five cents admission. r
THB "CIACULATINQ LIBRARY " attached to
Foganle's Book Depository, ls now open.
t? peel al arrangements will be made with Clubs
In the ooantry._dec9mtutbs4
A No. 1 DTinraand cleaning of Gentlemen's
Overcoats, Winter Sacks, Shawls, Pants,
Ves:a. Ac, io , at Otto Bonntag's, Dyer and
Scourer, No. 34 Wentworth street, near Ar-1?
THB MONEr will be refunded if Durand's
French Poliah does not do what lt claims to
DR. WBIL, the distinguished German oen<
1st and optician, whose success here has been
io marked, will, on account of professional
iDgagetnents elsewhere, be compelled to
eave tis at aa early day. We therefore ad?
vise our friends and the public generally to
risit the Doctor at the earliest moment. His
apartments are at tbe Pavillon. The follow?
ing letters from Dr.''Geddings and the'Eev.
Dr. Girardeau give ground upon wbioh to
build a good opinion of any one :
CHARLESTON, December 2, 1872.
Dr. M. Well having expressed a wish that I
Bhould ?ive an opinion ia regard tolhe mer?
its of bis eyeglasses, I hare carefully exam?
ined the same, and do not hesitate to award
to them my most favorable appreciation of j
their superior excellence.
(Signed) E- GEDDINGS, M. D.
I cannot speak of Dr. Well's eye glasses
upon trial of them, but I am personally ac?
quainted with many of the gentlemen, espe?
cially the Ministers of the Gospel, whose tes
Umunlds ie has, and have perfcot confidence
la their recommendations.
(Signed) JOHN L. GOARDEAU.
CHRISTMAS is coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve ButtonB, go to
Allan's, 307 King street._
FCROHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. have received
a full assortment of Kid Gloves, and ofTer a
good quality, one button Glove, for ll; two
button Gt ave for $t 25. Also, sole agents for
the Celebrated CoelUy Kid Gloves, each pair
sold under guarantee. dec2
F?RCHOOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 275 King
street, are, lor this week, offering great bar?
gains in Carpets-great reduction made in
this article. dec2
FORCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, have received 100 sets of Children's
Furs, only $2 25; in sets of Children Furs,
$3 and ti; 100 sets Ladles' Furs-sets from
ti up. _^_ dec?
GIFTS FOB THK HOUDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, irold Opera and Vest ChainB, go
to Allan's, 307 King street. '
8. B. MARSHALL A Co., corner King and
8oolety streeis, have on hand an elegant as?
sortment of Rodgers ? Sons and W?sten
holm's Table and Dessert Knives, Carvers and
Steels; also, the greatest variety of Pocket
Knives, Scissors and Razors In cases, and
Ladies' Cutlery cases to be found In the city.
These gooda are of the best quality, and have
been selected expressly for the holiday trade,
and are sold at low prices. dec6-mwfl2
rwH COVERS, Plate Covers, Plate Warmerp,
Chafing Dishes, Toilet Sets, English Tea
Trays, Plated Spoons, Forks and Castors, Bird
Cages, Boya' and Men's Tool Chests, for sale,
at low prices, by S. B. Marshall ? co., corner
King and Society streets. dec6-mwfl2
SODDEN CHAKQKS In the weather ore pro?
ductive of Throat Diseases, Coughs and Colds.
There Is no more effectual relier to be found,
than in the use of Brown's Bronchial Troches.
Dowle, Moise A Davis,.Agents. dec?-wfm8
MESSRS. LOWNDES A GRTMBALL will offer for
Bale at auction on or about the 1st Januar.'
BPXt, several Lots of Land of suitable size for
building purposes, situated In the northeast?
ern part of the city, and commonly Known as
the Blake lands. Further particulars will be
given In a future advertisement. nov27-wfm
BOILDINO MAT?RIAU-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Aa, are kept constantly
sn hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
So. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pl nek ney street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Hamels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
lest manufacturers. mchS-fmwlyr
ODES MAT be termed the "Periodical Age,'
ill the best literature ls first published in the
Periodicals. The only method ol keeping pace
rvith the current literary, philosophical,
identifie and theological toplos ol the day ls to
-ead the Periodicals. No family should be
vi thou t one or more magazines suited to Its
carious members. Specimen copies of all
he English and American Periodicals can be
leen on the tables at Fogartle's Book Deposl
ory. Now ls the time to subscribe for the
lew year. dec4-wfm3
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Stormy Petrel-o bags
iea island and 1461 bales u land cotton, wo tons
tnospbate rock, 8 bbls beeswax, 2 tierces cotton
Ntw YORK-Per steamship Champion-70 bBgs
iea Island and 1770 bales upland cotton, 130 tea
icc, 60 ba ea domestics, I'S packages.
i he Charleston cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLERTON NEWS, )
SATURDAY EVENING, December 7, 1872. j
COTTON-This staple was in somewhat limited
lemand, the market showing a quiet and un
?hanged character; Bales abd at 400 balee, viz: 1 at
4, i at lex. is st 17, 4 at nx, ?0 at nx, 4 at
TX, li at IT?, ll at 17X, 60 at is, 80 at isx, 22 at
8x> 34 at it>x, se at isx. &3 at lOc. We qaute:
urdinnry to good oruinsry.17 Bs "H
Rios.-lhere was a good Icq ?irv for this grain
it firm rates; sales about 200 tierces clean Caro
l?a, viz: a tierces at ox, o at ox, 28 at e e-ie. 20
tt 7, 81 at TX. in at TX, 84 at 7 610c. We quote
lommon to fair at ox?ex c, good T?TXC.
NAVAL STOBES.-The arrivals were 147 bbls
?pints turpentine, and soi bbls rosin. There
vere no sales reported,
FBEIOHTS.-TO Liverpool, by ?team, di root, Xi
in uplands, - oa sos Islands; via Now York,
fd on uplandH, ixd on sea islands; by
lall x J on uplands, and x J on s<>a islands. Tb
Javre, lo on uplands. Coastwise-to Kew
fork, by sterna, Xo on uplands and-on sea
H. and r, $2 ~? tierce ou rice; ouu fl bbl on rosin;
>y sail,-c fl lb on cotton; -of tierce on
ice;60c 9 bbl on rosin; SU? 12 fl M on lumber;
(12912 60fi Hon timber. To Bost n, by steam
l(o on uplands ?nd $2 60 ~~ tierce on rico; by sall,
-e 1? rb on uplands; ro.?ln 70c; resawed mufi
112? 12 60; tlmner t is? 13 60; phosphate $6?8 60.
To fr ovid eu ce, by sail |10?lt fl M on boards;
-0 fi re on cotton; by steam Xo via New York
To Phlladniphia, by sieam Xo on uplands; fl 76
* tierce on rice; ooo fl bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provl
lenco and tho New England enies are regularly
?sued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed,
ly eau, $8 p M on boards; s 12 on Umber; - fi
on on clay; $8 60 on pnoephate*. To Baltimore,
9 si?am -0 fl lb; by sall $8?8 60 fi Mon
loards; - on timber; $3 60 ft ton at city; $4?
60 fl ton up river on phosphate r?ok. Vessels
?rc In demand by oar merchants to take lumber
rclghts frum Georgetown. 8. G.. Harlen and Betti.
i River, aa, and Jacksonville, Fia., to Northern
Orts, and ?lo? 12 fl M are the rates on timber
ExonA.voH.-stcrllng 60 day bills 21021X.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
Ight checks on New York at X? X per cent, orr,
?nd sell at par.
eriRiTs TURP?NTINS.-sales of 160 esaks at IM
1er ga lon tor aouthern packages, a aecilne of lc
ince last iepo'1.
IIOSIN.-Market inactivo, with sales of 800 bbls
I $8 ?0 fur Btrulned.
CRUDS 1 ORPSNTINE.-Sales of 246 bbls at $8 20
sr hurd and ?6 au for virgin and yellow dip.
TAR-Market steady, with sales of m bbls at $4
Marketa by Telegraph.
t, _ LONDON, December 7.
Noon-Consols, 91tf. Five?, 89.
" " Nsw i OBS, December 7.
Noon-Stocks steady. Gold steady at 13. Money
tight at x to a per cent, per day. Exchange,
long 8J?; Bnort lo. Governments dnllbat steady,
state bonds dall bat steady. Freiguts quiet but
LIVERPOOL, December 7.
Noon-ootr.cn opened quiet; uplands lod:
Orleans W^alOJid. ' '
Later-cotton closed dull; sales 10,000 bales:
speculation and export 2000; uplands for Feb
Nsw TORX, December 7.
Noon-Cotton opened quiet; Bales 2817 balea;
uplands ls?ic. Orleans 20xc
Evening.-Cotton quiet; salea 1728 bales; up?
lands 19*0, orleans -MX\ net receipts to-day 1162;
gross 7657. Sales of o ?on lutures 6800 bales,
aa follows: December 18X. 18 la-lS; Januar; \&%
18 16-16; February I9)i. March 19 6-18,19?; April
19 918,19*; May 19?; June ??o*. ' V
-il; BOSTON, December 7.
Cotton q?let-middlings 20c; net rectlptu
l?males; grosa receipts 3681; sales ?0; stock
PHILADELPHIA. December 7.
Cotton quiet; middlings l9xai9\o
bALTiM ins, December 7.
Cotton Arm; mid nings i?S'c; tum receipts '.'64
bales; export!coastwise45; saies 3?0;stock 744.
WILMINGTON, December 7.
Cotton steady; middlings l8xc; net. rectlpiB iva
bales; exports coastwise 214; sales 97: stock 2804.
> OKFOLK, December7.
Oot'on steady; low middling niaise; net rs
ceipts 2819 bales; exports coastwise ina : Bales
2C0; stock 11,088.
HAVANNAH, december 7.
Cotton dull and but little d >ing; good ordlnairy
i*Xai7Xc: mw middling 180; middling l8Kc; net
receipts 4,079 bales; expors to Great Brliain ir; j,
coastwise 1918; salea H44; st- ck 79,soa.
AUOC-TA December 7.
Cotton opened with a fair deland at 8c, and
closed steady and uuohanged. bales 904 balta;
MEMPHIS, December 7.
Cotton finn: middling 19 i9xc; lo? middling
liaisjfc;good ordin?r? 17c; receipts. 8101 ba.ea;
shipments 2698; atock 84,060.
MOBILE, December 7 ,
Cotton quiet and eaay; good ordinary 17x;c;
low middlings 18c; mlddlluga I8?c; net receipt*
8501; . x ports to tbe cOatlneut 486; coastwise 4V7;
sales 600; stock 88,079.
NEW OHLE AN 3, December 7,
Cotton In fair de i ana ann easier; good ordi?
nary i:Kal7>ic; low m ddllngs 18*0; middlings
J8ai9>ic; net re elpt. 25oa bau af prosi 2502; ex
p rta to ureat Britain SOO; to the Con luent 48B9;
?ales 1000; last evening 6600; stock 161.986.
QALVKSTON. December 7.
Cotton BU a9y ; good ordluaiy ie Vc; net i ecelpta
1:86 bale- ; exports to Great Britain 224; oontin?nt
I4U&; sales 1000; stock 84,060
PROVISION AND PRODUCE MARKETS.'
LIVERPOOL. December v.
Noon - Breadstufls quiet. Fork, new, 744.
NEW YORE. December 1. .
Neon.-Floor doll. Wueat quiet, out flirm.
Com steady. Pork dull; old mesa $14. Lard
quiet; steam 7j?a8. '1 urpentlne dull at eiafll KC
Ko?in dull at S3 90a4,
Evening.-"-Pionr dall and unchanged. Wheat
held D rm, with moderate transactions. Cora a
shade Armer. Pork lisais lix Lard weaV ar.
7 as. Navals dull. Groceries quiet, bat steany.
OT. Lor/is, December!. .
Flour dalt and unchanged. Corn dull and un?
changed ; No 2 mixed. 280 at East at Lunts, on tue
track. Wniakey Arm &i92c. Pork nominally $12
ai2 60. Bacon quiet; olear rib sides and clear sid- a
I sold in round lots at 7o lor March. Lard activa at
70, spot and future delivery.
wiLMiNsroN, December 7.
Spirits turpentine duh at 45a Rosin dull at
$? 20 for strained Grade turpentine quiet st
SO 20 for hard, $6 20 for virgin and y chow dip.
I Tar steady at}4.
LOUISVILLE. December 7.
I lour in good demand; extra family $7 85. Corn
quiet and small business. Pork In an improved
demand, but email st.les at $ 12 60- Lard steady
at 7Mc for tierce, 8* for kegs, strictly choice lear;
prime steam 1??\ order lou jfaXc better. Whs
key Arm at 880.
New York Rice market.
NEW TORS. December 7.
Tbe Dally Bulletin says : There haa be n a fair
I Inquiry, with sales reported ol'2 0 h g* Kaugoou
at 7a7xc. and 44 tes Carolina at 7Xa8*o.
Mi s-irs, Dan. Talmage'a Sons report me market
lo tnelr.circular of December S aa follows:
CAROLINA -1 he receipts at this point are very
limited and all arriving parcels are quickly taken
from wharfs1 fall rates. The course of tne mar?
ket has thia f eison boen contrary to the expecta?
tion of mo?-t of the trade, and the prospecta do
not favor low prices. The reacuroes of the south
areao much larger than la previous years ? by
their own improved financial onndltlou and also
the Aow of Northern capital hither, that tbe plau
tera are now able to bold their crops when the
markst lalla below a profitable producing p. int
by any unnatural depression. Another fact m iy
be noted as helping to saa am the markets at the
[ booth. The freights from there weat wa? d are as
' elie,ip as from here, so that with the average pre?
vailing rates Carolina has beea a cheap aa, or
very olosely approximating In cont of laying
down, to the East India kinda. In ci ti Ht-quito ce
the demand bas been very liberal, and any hirge
accumulation of stoct prevented.
RANGOON.-Tr>e supply 1B quite small and likely
so to remain, as the Carolina ts absorbing mont of
the demandi .
PATNA.-On y lair j;rade on hand.
New York Naval Stores market.
i From the Dally Bul - tin, Saturday, December 7:
The atock of spirits df turpentine continues very
large and the market evident y is weak, with soc
bid. This, however, ls below the views of hohlere,
and notblig of imp?rtanos has transpired.
?trained rosin ls qui it, with $*3 86 bid and $3 H0a4
asked Sales 100 obis at $8 87 x and soo boin la
lots at $8 90. Tai't ?till acaree and firm. Puch
moderately acive tu a jobbing way at former
prices. Late *ln the day we hear of 2000 gall?os
spirits turpentine la Imperial lins at70c; also800
bois pale rosin at $&, and 126 bbla extra pale at $e.
Interior Cotton markets.
LAURENS, December ?.
Cotton ls quoted at :sxc
ANDERSON, December ii.
The coron market daring the paat weeklies
beau quite aotive. The markets closed to-day
firm at i7al7lCo for m'.ddltngs; aaies Xor the week
amount io 600 bales.
UNION, December fi.
Out', n, low mum:cg 15XalflXc; 200 balea sold
during the week.
OH ER AW, December C.
Cotton, strict, mid ir,ag isc, middling 17Xal7y(c,
low middling l7xc.
COLUMBIA. December 8.
Sales of cotton to-diy 98 bale.-; middling i7Jic.
WiNNSBoRO', Deci-mner e.
For tho past two days 190 balen of cot to . ht.v
been sold in this market at pr ces ranging from
1 iX to 17C.
OoLCTOoa, December 8.
To-day oar marke , li quiet, wita a limited de
mano; eales 202 bales, at following flgarca: ur.ii
nary naisse; good ordinary 17a!7Kc; low mM
diing* i7.sai7Ji''; tnldlllugs 18c; week'n sales
2717 bales; wee*'a reoelpta 2481 against 3070 ire
previo?one, and l>22 the corresponding week
last season; shipments 2261
MONTO M gar. December 8.
Market nominal; ordinary l6al6#o; go d ord!
dary lexMfi0; strict good ordinary nxo; low
ml idling l7Kal7Ko; ?ilddllng 17Xal7J?o.
lio&TON. Deoember 6.
COFFEE -The demand for c ffee baa been rather
limited tinco oar last, and in prices no raanga.
Holders In fact a -e quite firm aud indifferent
about selling except at full prices. We quote
sales of Java at I9a:ic, Rio at I4^al9c, and small
lo s Ma Domingo and other kinds at previous
COTTON.-The receipts of the week have been
c insiders le, but mostly on msnnracturers' ac?
count. Prices remain without material chani.'O,
wi 11 a fair demand. Tue eales have been in io is a *
wanted by manufacturers, at 10 x*17c for urdlna
ry, 18tfal9c for a-uod ordinary, 18Xal9J<c r>r low
middling, and 19 ?a?OXc for middling, Including
uplands and enif.
OONY BAGS.-The market ls quiet but arm at
UONNY CLOTH.-This article is firm, with con?
sid?rante speculative luquiry. The sales Cum
pritie 600 roils at 12x0. 9 J days; 2000 rous, deliver
ab e from April to July, 1878. at i8c; 600 rolls at
13Xo for future delivery, and large aaiea arc re?
ported but thc particulars are not public.
NAVAL brossa-Spirits turpentlue bas declined
wltb ,-?ioi at 64*650 fl gal Tar Ia scarce and
(Inn with -ales in small lon aa wanted at $5 :5ns
9 bbl. in Southern pitch, saies at $6 76*8 fl bbl.
Rosin ls quiet ami prices are nomina ly the Bane,
KICK.-Harket firm with a good demand. The
salea comprise 150 cants Carolina at ix^hc;
450 bags R ingoor, tn bood, at axaaxo. gold; 300
bags do at f 6 9oa7, currency, and 126 baga Patna
at 7 vc V lb.
Klee, Coffees and Spices.
BOSTON, December 2.
Riot.-Oar mark9t for Carolina has tem active
dnnug the past fortnlgnt until within (he lajt
three days. The prospect of prices rem alu n. g
firm and Mteady, at least till the c o-e or mu y car,
has eau .cd a better demand from the trade. The
demand ai Southern purts has Kept pace * icu
the supplies. Tn? markets there have cons'j.
qutntly been very steady. Tue demand has been
almost entirely from the rrgular trade, very Utile |
belog taken on speculation. Foreign.-The de?
mand for foreign has been good, and the market
la bare of choice lots, aod with the advanced
figur?e on Carolina there ls more Inquiry from
the trade. As the prices are to a great extent de?
pendent up'in the price of gold, LO idea can te
formed of-the probable range of prices. Rangoon
Isla lair demand without change in price, patna
ls higher, and as stocks both here .,nd la Europe
are light, we cannot expect any decline in price 1.
* oFFEE.-The raaiket has gene any ruled dull
durmg the past fortnight, though a better feeling
0 n be noted durmg tbe past few da>s. The ou-l
ness OOwdoai leen small, however, the trade ne
log very Siow to realize any advai. ce lu price. In
contrast to the dnll markets at home, all ocr
foreign advices abow great ac lvity, and the pros?
pect for the fature seems most encouraging for
holders. We advance our Cg ares for|most kindii.
Javas remain ?D Manged, though the market ls
very muon stronger. The Btock of singapore ls
steadily increasing, t hough still this kiud ls ba
called for by the trade. We give belew the move
men t* or Java since our last: Stock November
18,1872,168,907 mats ol co lbs eaoh; receipts since
cur last 84,087 do do; total 188,844 do do; sales
since our hst 13.666 do do. Total stock In first
hands lr. ike Duned State? this date 170,179 do do.
&PI0B8.-A fair Jobbing demand can be n ted,
thougn the Trade from first Hands has been limit
?~ S?Ket,erally are a shade lower, and hold
?;!;,?.. i,more deposed to make concessions in
i.nnXwoSr??- repDer 18 considered armer, and
nnnh'odn^ab,ie B?8LNE?8 hf e been done. Ginger ls
shade e sier plmenl? aoa a*81* 418 *
Receipts by Railroad, December T.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
f447 bales cotton, 66 bales goods, 8 cars stock.
To Jonnsion, Crews* co. HaWl4 ?7, H S
mg. PA t koa il w O cortney 4 co, LD Le Saos
sure Witte aros, O W Williams 4 co, AS ?mnh,
William*, Biack 4 williams, A J Salinas. Pringle
*,? *U,"Q H,Halter * co. G W Km?. Prizer. R..ug
ers 4 co, Ulusman a Howell. W WSman. WO
Ree A co. Crawley 4 De*ou. Murdaugh k Wees
?-?0?a?*'oaDla * w""ou. ?olcock ?
op. W A Boyle, Reeder A Davis, fi H F OSO * co, F
O May, Mowo, W B Will ams A son. W B Suntu
A co, A a Duncan, 0 R Hoimes, Trenholm k son.
M^S.T"C<fcnTc? SPS? S,oan * Sextons. A rf
Muligan, RC Sharp. Tupper k son. W P Rice. H
cobla k co, Post Quartermaster, Leseane k Wells.
200 1 ales upland and 28 bags sea Island cotton,
38 bois spirits mrpenilue, oars lumber, md.-e, Ac
'10 Frost A co, WK Ryan, Mowry k ina a s
Salinas. Will ams. Buck A wuuams, G H Walter
k co, uaid*elt k ano 1 P MBltn, A a Smith, W 0
Courmey k co. Tle?emann, Calder Ac?. Barden
k Parser, wm.den * Jones, ir nnol u k son, r G
Boag, lreniiolm, Wilo-x. Gi bs k co, Pe.zer
Rodgers * co, Murdaugh a Weekley, Kaven<-i A
co. ?a?ianl A Mlno'.t. A Wllsey, S ? Stoney. W
Gurney. Archer, Walkin, Rahroad Agent. Order,
and 01 bera.
PORT CALKS UAH.
MOON'S PEAS li.
First Qaarter, 7tb. e hoars, 17 minutes, morning,
fon Moon, um. 4 lours, 26 inmutes, evening.
Last Quarter, ??2d, 8 hours. 62 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 80tb, 1 hours, 17 minutes, morning.
a. a a
Per steamship Champion, for New Tone-Lt J
Aude s m, Misa M iiaguert, E R Ku gar and fife,
L Ledurebat, Z P Khan, P D Michies, and 20 la
Per steamship Georgia, from New York-Miss
M i. Simms, Dr D s Steisoo, Jr, and wire, R
Pierce, T ? uunt, J K ney, ui-s O Merrifield, Mt8s
N A Bai ler. Miss N H-Ellis, C F Biehler, F K Wills.
E F Tllllngbast, E Miller, E C Mur.oek, J bines
and wir?, J Thiel, Miss N Eaton. J Baker Mrs
Baser, Mrs Wm Johnson, Rev K Gilmore and sis
tor, General Mackae, E Lennirk, Miss E Moody, J
Moud-, Miss E Demure and maid, Le Croix . nd
se: v .nt, j smithers, Mrs J smithers, H Elegscon,
and 16 In stee age, . .
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah. Ga-Mrs
Redden, and 4 on neck.
MARLS E SEWS.
CHARLESTON, H. O.DECEMBER 9, 1872.
?it ?i ?leg -io mm83 sec. [ Lon 7?deg67 mm27sec
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-left
- .'natani. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger 4 00, J ?
Adger k co, D A Amme, C D Andrews, M k A
AS M ton C H Rehre, T L BIssell, G F Br) aa, T M
Bri rt ol l k co, B Boyd, H Bi-c:. off A co, A Bennett,
ET Brown, E Bates k cc. Biewer k Kohl ko, W
M Bud * co, F U Borner, W O Bede', T P Bailey,
J J Bolger, Cameron, B irkloy k c J, L Chopin, u
K cru se, li cobla k co, Chat letton City Gas
Works, W H chafee k c -, Craue, Bo<lstou k co,
L cohen & co, M H collins, O Olaciun, T Camp?
bell, J ? H C aus en. P Cullinane Douglas k
Jackson, E Dal?>, Lowie, Moise k Davis, D y &
ch. Elias Bros, Jas T Erwji, C I) Franke, R Ford,
? Fairley k co, B Foley, D F Flem.ng k co, For
Hythe, Mccomb Ad, Furchgott, Kened let k 00,
B Feldmann k co, L k B Fogartle. J Gervey, 0 U
Cnel en, J Gray, J Hurkarap k co.-J U H ll A co,
N A au ut, Holmes, Hart k co, R Hunter, F Heme,
Hoimea's Book Siore, A Hiing ac., irwin k
Ma. Ul, D Jacobs, J Jara, 0 Juhaton k co, Knock,
wickenberg k 0 ., L Kenacke. Kinsman k Ho veli,
T Kolo e wey, Kinsman. Bros, J P Kelp, H W
Krlt-te, G Koteur, 0 T Lowndes. Lau rey, Alexan?
der A 00, P B Lalane A co, J H Lawto.i A co, Ceo
Little A CO, J W Lin'.ey, A N Lf boy, J H Lopez, H
Lei Ung, Martin k M .od, J G Milner k CO, C
Mc?ienuahan, M Mancher, D McPherson EC
Mets, K H MoDonald, Mente k Muller. E W Mar
"hali A- co, D MUben, Wm Matthleaseu, Melch.-rs k
Maller, s K Marsha 1 k co, A Mmltz ft co. N E K
R Co, D O'Neill k Sou. F L O'.s el 1, D O'Neill, B
o'Nrlll, Pelzer, Kong, rs k co, Paul Welch k 00,
J R Pringle, M Polnzer. C P Poppenhelin. D Pani
Foo, J rt Mead A oo, Qaaokeaouaa, Estin A cu,
Kavenel k D?lmes, Bleust * Petermann. E B
so dard k co, C U suies, Steffens, Werner k
Ducker, J Says-, Sell k Foster, Wm .-hepherd, L
J schuell, Smith k Valle, D H Stloox, W Steele, R
Thomiin<oa k co, S Thomsoa, Thomas k Lan*
n - aa, u Trie t, J F Taylor k co, G Fuliln k son, J
H V?llers, F von Samen, O F Wleters, Waiter,
Evans k e'ogswell, Wageaer k Monsees, W G
Wniidea. P Wine-uan A co, S H Wilson a Bro, F
Wehmau, M A Warren, a a Wlilington. W J Yates
W J ZarnoW, S O it K, N K RR. UlUb'n and -av
K it, M Ea co, Wagener, Hu er A co, W H Oonri
ney & co, and others Decena. er 6th. Hog Island
bea<lne west, ILA M. spoke sehr Florence Rogers,
A a. tain sh ppard. bouud to Charleston.
Br bark Fil e del'Alr, Jones. . lverpool-65days.
Sa t H nd md te. To Henry CM rd.
Br bark Magnet, Brown, City Point, Va-8 days.
Ballast, To G'bbs k BarnwelL
swedish brig Hellos. Holm, Stockholm-83
days Ion. ToJEAdge koo.
soar Mary, Gllcnrist, Weymouth, Mass-10
days. Gua no. To T G Boag.
Sehr K A riooper. Hooper, Philadelphia-6 days.
Coal. To H F Baker k co.
Sehr J QStUkney, Fook->, Baltimore-loo hours.
Mdso. To Street Bros A co, J H Graver k Bro, P
B LaUne k co, G W Williams k co, W ti Ona te k
co, u F Wu torn, c Ltuenthai * oo, Tledemann,
Ca der A co. J H Wuhruiann ko. li Feldmann k
cu, J campeen a co. tur meister k Z-rbst. Rlecke
A Petermann. F W Webmnnn. U BI sc in.ff k co, ri
Klatte k co, F DU K.acke, Pani, Welch A co. W
F Rice, a c Railroad Agent, w U Jones k co,
Order and others.
senr B F Lowell, Falker, Boston-7 days.
Guano. To A J C elghton.
St- amer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka via Jack
sonvine, Fernandina aud savannah. 22 bales
cotton, 3i bbla and boxes orai.ges m i e and sun?
dries. To Raveuel A c?, u lt io dion. Ingr ham k
SH, Fraser k Dui, w B williams A Son Flockney
Bros, Warulaw k Carew, C K Holm- B, and otuera.
sehr Gen R E Lee, uradio?, cooper River, l*oo
bushels rough rice. To W ? Bee a'co, and others,
soar Ana S Dea?, GarbatiL West Point Mill,
0i tierc- M rice. To G A Treuhoim A Son.
.-loop Jolla,-, cooper River. 1884 bushels
rougti rice To G U lng ra na tn k son.
-loop laabrila, Cosslch, Combabee. 1720 bushels
rough ncc To W O Bee k co.
Boat from Christ ch u ron. ll bags sea island cot?
ton. To Kinsman k Howell.
Boat from cnrist Church. 3 bags sea island
cotton. To Kinsman a Howell.
Boat from James Lland. 42 bags sea island
colton. To Fraser 4 DIU.
Boat fr. m Wadmalaw. 8 bags sea Hand cot?
ton. To Fraser a mn.
Boat fr m ndlsto Island. 6 bags sea Island cot
ton. To Fraser a DilL
Boat from J. nu's Island. 29 bags sea Island
cotton. To Fraser k Dui.
Boat from Christ Church. 2 bags sea island
cotton. To Wm Gurney.
Boat from John's leland. 2 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Wm uurney.
Received irom Bennett's Ml IL 114 tierces rice.
To W C Bee k co and H B ec nod & co.
o.eamshlp Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Adger k co.
Br bark atormy Petrel, Dick. Liverpool-Henry
Card*' SAILED YESTERDAY.
Br bark Stormy Petrel, Dick, Liverpo L
sehr Joba .-hoy, Tllton, Wilmington De,.
Sehr Electric, Dole. Jacksonville, SC.
FROM THIS PORT.
Dr steamship Tyne Queen, oasaon at Liverpool,
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York,
Dec mber 7.
steamship South Carolina, Beckett, at New
York, December 7.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Skylark, Lorlng, at Boston, December 4.
CLEARED rOR Till M PORT.
Sehr J E Simmons, Yoong, dt Boston, Decem?
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVBRPOOL, December 7.
Arrived, bark Duke of Wellington, from New
Orleans. . _
Nsw YORK, December 7.
Arrived, Charleston, Leo, Java, Cabs, General
Barnes, aouth carolin a and Hatteras.
CThe sehr Joha D Paige, Haiev, from Boston for
charleston, was at Vineyard Haven Dt-cernoer 2.
and during the gale there dragged afoul ot the
brig *nnaDTorrey oar lid away the brig's Jib
b >om, top. aliantmas' aud carnead. Damage to
sc .coner slight.
The Br steamship Tyne Qaeen, which was
freighted at thia p vi for Liverpool, by Mess is J A
Enslow 4 co, and which was cleared November
Beb and salted November lath, arrived at thai
non abone December 6, as per cable.
The Spanlih bark Pepito, Es cato, for Boll Bl ver
8 C, cleared at Havana, November so..
POET OF GEORGETOWN, 8. O. V.
CLEARS D. f
November 28.-Sehr Z R Floyd, Squires, New
Turk, with naval atores. ,:
November So.-Brig u?arles Wesley, Barding,
for -, with, lutnvr: sobr Hary B Barris,
-. for New Bedford. Me, with lamber.
December 2.-Scbr John Winthrop, Lewis, for
Boxsport, ile, with lumber.
. * 'j
PORT OT BEAUFORT, S. 0, :, ,
December 8.-Sehr J B Keeling, Robinson, ft
daya from Kassau, to Major Maaldfo, for lamber.
November 20.-Bark Henrietta, Wishart, from
Bun River, with 868 tons pnoapnate, for London
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, fJL EAR KD AND SAHXD FOB THTB, PORT.
KEW TORS, ,
Sehr 3 0 Webb.-, np.Dej 4
Hohr LN Lovell, Gage, np.........Deo 2
Sor Ltly, Hoghes, ap..Nov?
sehr Traveller, Hodges, old.Nov 80
sehr Horauoe Rogers, sheppard, pp........Nov 14
Brig 0 0 Colson, Payson, op..Nov 36
Br bark J- rome Joues. ?ienney, cid........Hov 20
sehr Saylirk, Lorlog. ap.V..ittt3Daa>a
!?cnr M f. Smith, Greene dd..Nov TT
Sehr Jennie B simmons. Yoongroi?.... .;..Der 4
Sehr B F Lowell, Barton, up.........!.....j:oy ?
Sehr S y W Simmons. Simmons, old..Deo s
sour BtliRasielr, smith, cid.Dec l
Bohr J D Pape, --, np...-.'Deo 6
bohr P St Clair. Edward?, cid............. .NovTO
Sehr Caroline Yoong, Young, cid...........Nov 29
Scar George Barc?n, --, np. ^'..Novii
Behr Ida Rte bardi on, Bedell, np....Nov 80
'ROCBTPOBT, io., : : ;r. '"
Brig Gambia, G Way, np............tHfVlLV
S li ip p lng.
OB LIVERPOOL. ,
The First-lass British Phip ISLAND
HOME, sinclair. Master, Ravine- a portion!
of her cargo engaged will h ve Immediate
patch. Apply to BKNKTUAKD, '
Exchange Banca, '
deo7 _ Atlantic Wtinrt.
NEW Y O BK. ' r~
ON THURSDAY, 12TH DECEMBER, AT
1 O'CLOCK P. IL - : ; -\ '
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED, 1870.
8TATE BOOMS ALL OK DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Stdewheel.
QE0BG1A, Crawell. Commander, willi
York on TH?RS OAT. 12' h December, i
P. M., from Pier No. 2,Un ion Wnjamfc r' v .':.
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and tb?
New England cities as usuaL' . ^????tfer
MW Inauranoeby steamers or thia . line X per
cent. ....... lt '
For Freight or Passage engagements, htYlng
very fine Deck Stateroom acoummodatlons. ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUGER 4 00., No. ,28 Broad
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. *
Wharves._? '.; de"
QHANGE OF SAILING DAYS,
LN ORB A 8 ED SERVICE.
PACIFIC HAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of tbe abd ve una leave Pier.
No. 42, North River, loot of Canal street, J
New York, at ia o>olook noon, of ifm
and 8oth or every month, except wnei< these t
fall on sunday, men the Saturday precetrfni
AU departures connect at Panama with fl?
ers for south PacUo and Ceatral Araiirican pona;
For Japan and China, steamers leave san Fran?
cisco fl rs 10 f every month, except when lt lalla oft '
Sunday-then on the day preceding.
NO California steamers touutr at Havana, bot
go direct from New York to AsplnwalL ?'!. "
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult, ?
Medicine and attendance free. -
For Passage Tickets or other information, apply,
at the COMPANY'? TICKET OFFICE, ' on the
Wharf toot of Canal street, North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent. '
FOB S A V A N N; X<;"H,;
..-.!'. . . ??=?. .a ?a? ?'?<
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK. r. V
The Splendid si de-wheel steamers,
DICTATOR and CITY POINT WllT,
leave Southern Wharf as above. ?. . ?
No extra charge made for Meals and state?
rooms. , . T:. .'
For Freight and Pa ? sage apply to--*;'
RAVRNEL * co..
Corner Yanderhorst's Wharf and Eaic.Bay.
decs _. -; '
B F LO BI D Ai,
. VIA SAVANNAH.
The Splendid a id e-wheel Steamers,
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Ooxetter,,.
CITY POINT, captain Fitzgerald, wuipMaye
?harieaton every TUBBDAT, TOTBSDAT ana sxw
DAY EviNiNO, at 8 o'clock precisely, for
FERNANDINA,_ .. . ?.
MAGNOLIA, " _
GREEN COVB SPRINGS,
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Connecting at Palatka with steamers for
the Oclawaaa River "d wita the seamer STAR?
LIGHT for i^^rj^?^^^^ P0***
on the Upper Sb John's aud indian Rivers.
0 These noe B-eam-rs balltIjNawJo*espa.
CHI y adapted for tae Florida trade, are foralAhea
with averv comfort and convenience, ajdaflbm
t^e OHBAPHST. SAFEST AND MOST COJtFOBT- ;
AB LE MEANs 6 F M40HIS0 FWUW. They
prov.de a nrst-claaa table, ?^"^g:
They land almost at tho doom ora
Hoieis of all above P^Q^^f?^?b
t :url8t the dangers and discomforts qr,
^ffiS?? at Fernandina *m ijfe?
For Fracht ?j^^ijf??
Corner Vanderhorafa Wharf and P" J
COOKING AND HEATING STOYES
PICTURES AND PRICES OF EACH, With lists
or Furniture lor Cook stoves, wUl be sent upon
WILLIAM SHEPHERD * CO.,
No. 29 BAYNE STREBT,
CHARLESTON, S. C