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MBEIINGS IBIS DAY.
Survivors* Association, at 7 P. M.
..BL Patrick's Benevolent Boclety,at naif
past 7 P. M.
Friendship Lodge, K.P., at 7 P. M. .
Hebrew Orphan Society, at 5 P. M.
St. Cecilla Society, al 8 P. M.
Lafayette Artillery Charitable Association,
Oar Social Circle, at 8 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
' John G. Milnor ? Co. will sell at half-past 10
o'clock, at their store, clothing, dry goods, Ac
Leitch A Bruns will sell at ll A. M., near
the Poatoffloe, real estate.
J. A. Enslow & Co. will sell at ll o'clock, on
Southern wharf, the 8panlsh bark Pordicho
and her appartenances.
Steffens, Werner & Duoker will sell at 9
o'clock, at their stores, butter, cheese, Ac.
J. A. Enslow A Co. will sell at 10 o'clook, on
Middle Atlantic wharf," upland colton.
"Lauroy, Alexander A Co. will sell at 10
o'clock, at their Btore, ham3, strips, Ac.
? The following ls the range of the thermom?
eter tor. yesterday: 8 A. M., 52; 10 A. M., 66;
13 M., 57; 2 P. M., 67; 4 P. M., 55; 6 P. M., 49;
8 P. M., 46. >
. - LOCAL LACONICS.
IKJT ? - ? -_
"barnes Jones, colored, was detected in the.
act of stealing a lot of lead pipe from the
Spanish bark Aorella yesterday, and was ;
locked np In the main Guardhouse.
-Trial Justice John G. Mackey committed
Blx Goose Creek negroes to Jail yesterday for j
trial at the next term of the Inferior Court on
a charge -of oow-steallog and killing.
*-TheBt. Rev. C. T. -Qulntard, Bishop of
.?nneesee, arrived In the city yesterday, and
ls.-the guest of Bishop Howe. It ls under?
stood that he will remain here for several
days, and he will doubtless preach in one of j
Ute-.Episcopal churches on Sunday next.
avalanche of Irait ls a very welcome
visitation, la vie wot the approach of the holi?
days; and that' ls Just what that enterprising
firm. Messrs. Pani, Welch A Co. announce in
to-day's Sswa. Their cargoes of the luscious
products of tba West Indies Jost in are ex-1
V-^A little white boy was thrown by a male
In Broad street, near Church, on Sunday af?
ternoon. The back part of his head Strock the
cobble stones, and was so seriously injured as
to render him Insensible. He was carried to j
the offlcepl Dr. De8au8aurft who administered
toa proper remedies to rc s lore consciousness,
bat without avail. ' The skull was not ffac?
tored, but the ecnstQ8lon waa so severe that
ir ls thought the child will die.
' United statu CommltJtoDcr.
Samuel Fraser, colored, of Beaufort, was
ind,over''yesterday by Commissioner Ppr
. trial at the next term of the United
? Court, on ? charge of perjury.
' TJeltrd Slavte? Coori-December 7.
Beiore Judges Bond and Bryan :
In re Wi n lam J. Sor even.. Io bankraptcy.
The Judge approved the appointment of Bene
B, Jervey ms assign?e.
Tba clerk was ordered to administer the
Jurors' Ku-Klux oath to the Jurors present.
Th? errand Jory retarneo trw bills BA to
Henry Mooro ?ort John 8u??l? tor COD?piracy,
and Allen Heath, Samuel Goodwin, James
Miller and Joseph J. Hagen, for conspiracy
and murder. .
- Ex parte EL H. Thompson, In re James A.
Janett Petition ior sale of properly, 4c. Or?
dered ?hat the petition be referred to Begls
ti.-ar Clawson, and that the assignee sommons j
all-creditors to appear before said-registrar, j
and that he report afro taking testimony lo |
-Exparte E. B. White. Petition (OT final dis?
charge Io bankruptcy. Referred to Registrar
J. C. Carpenter to inquire and report to the
coori on. tile 27th December, 1872, and credi?
tors be notified to appear and show canse why!
thc debtor should not have bis final discharge.
' Untied'States vs. Robert Moore. Conspira?
cy against Thomas Bound tree. The following
Jurors were sworn: J. Duncan Allen, fore?
man; W. L. Dennis, Javan Barnett. Lewie
Bedrern, colored, Ed. Marshall, colored, L E.
Walker, colored, Henry Wilson,1 colored. "Vir?
gil Johnson, Wash. Aahe, oolored. G. P. Kirk?
land, Trezevaot 8111, T. S. Biddle. Several
witnesses were examined on tbe part of the
government; defence offered no witnesses.
Mr. Corbin argued the case on the part or tb?
government, and Mr. 7. J. Pope tor the pris
sooer. Judge Bond charged the Jnrv, after
which they retired, and ina short time re?
turned a verdict ot guilty as to the Ont and
fourth counts, 'and not guilty as' to the third
and ni th cou nus of Ind I ct me nr.
: ?"-'"' ala nie ?pal Court.
Lake Drayton, colored, drank and disorder?
ly, oae dollar or tea days. Ann Matilda,
coloTwj, insane, tamed over to the county
commuMioaers. Daniel Middleton, oolored,
allowing his hogs lo roo at large, one dollar.
John D. Zanoga, firing two pistol shots lo his
store oo. Klag street, continued. Thomas
Cav^aeaugb', drank, one dollar. Prince
Brown, colored, -drank, tresspasslng and cut?
ting";A-'TtP Philippi, tamed over to a trial
J^OA>- Handy WUllams, colored, drank and
disorderly,' peace,, bond. Alfred Thompson,
drank, one dollar. Albert Davis ead Jane
Harris, colored, drank, disorderly and fight?
ing, >eace bond for the former, and two dol?
lin V twenty days for the latter. William
Hicks, colored, disorderly, one dollar. A dog
and a cow at lar-je, one dollar.
Of -,ttK BREUNDSCHAETSBUND.
'The-Preundschaftsbaud celebrated their an?
niversary last evening by a grand entertain
nrent In their hall, at the comer ot Meeting
and George streets. The hall waa crowded
with tte lady and gentlemen friends of the
society. The entertainment was of the same
general character as those which are given
every Thursday evening alternately by the
same_ soelety and the Br?derlicher Bund, that
Isvoo1dif8ttog of a concert, theatricals' and "tar
*>saIL JR. wa* agreeably varied, however, by
tba serving np br an elegant supper, 'over
which many good thoughts and sayings
sprang into existence. The dsnce was kept
up far Into the night.
MEDICAL SOCIETY OE SOUTH CAB
i OL TX A.
The-ninety-second anniversary meeting of
the-ifedlcal Society of South Carolina was
held yesterday, at twelva o'clock. Dr. Man?
ning Simons was re-elected secretary, and Dr.
H. W. DeSansrare, Jr., was elected treasurer
and librarian. Dra. W. F. Robertson and F. L,
Parker ?ere elected trustees of the Roper
Hospital. The following committees were ap?
pointed : Committee on Epid- mles and Meteor?
ology-Dr?. J F. M. Geddings and E. A. Kin?
loch. Committee on Accounts-Dre. T. S.
Thompson. J. s. Buist, and George E. Trescot.
Committee on Books-Dre. W. H. Huger, W. C.
BaveneLandT. Orange Simons. ID the eve?
ning, ? convivial celebration of the annlver
sary was held at Tully's.
FOHEO* lAffxmT8._Mr. W. P. Hall received
ye?erday par 8pani3b bark Providencia, irom
"??jetoxia, a fine cargo o? Spanish Jacks, for
breeding purposes, with a valuable list of
irults, wines and sundries.
Now ls the time for dealers In all classes of
holiday goods to advertise their wares. The
largest and nest purchasers almost Invariably
make their selections early In the season,
while Stocks are full and varied, and before
the rush of customers has set In. Those who
are the first to make known to the publio the
attractions they propose to hold out are
therefore sure to reap the rlcheBt harvest.
We need hardly add that to do this thoroughly
the columns of THE NEWS should be used. As
an advertising medium lt ls conceded to pos?
sess unrivalled advantages.
THE MASONIC TEMPLE
Dedication Ceremony To-Day.
The dedication ceremonies of the new Ma?
sonic Temple begin at one o'olock this after?
noon. As already stated In THE NEWS the
Grand Lodge will at noon open Us Besslon at
the Odd Fellows* Hall, corner ot King and
Liberty Btreets. At half-past twelve o'olock
the subordinate lodges of the city will meet In
regalia at Holmes's Lyceum, when the mem?
bers will proceed to form two parallel lines,
extending from the Odd Fellows* Hall to the
Temple, In which each lodge will take a posi?
tion according to the date of Its charter, with
the oldest lodge In the first position. Between
these lines the Grand Lodge will pass in pro
cession under the charge of acting Grand Mar?
shal Zimmerman Davis, assisted by Brothers
J. Ogr.'n and A. T. Smythe. The following ls
the programme of the dedication :
" 1. Opening Anthem by the Choir-"Bow
Down Thine Ear."
IL Grand Master's Address of Welcome.
Ul. Architect delivers Implements to the
IV. Uncovering of the Lodge, with muBlc
by the hand.
V. Consecration Prayer by the Grand Chap?
VI. Dedicatory Services.
I VII. Anthem by the Choir-"Night Shades
VIII. Address by M. W. Henry Buist, P. G.
IX. Anthem by the Choir-"How Bright
and Fair." ,
x. Collection by the Grand Stewards lor
the relief of destitute Masons, their widows
The following are the names ol the presid?
R, 8. Bruns, of Charleston, grand master;
-General J. B. Kershaw, ol Camden, deputy
grand master; James A. Hoyt, of Anderson,
senior grand warden; James Birnie, of Green?
ville. Junior grand walden; H. W. Schroder,
of Onarleston, grand treasurer; B. B.
Campbell, of Laurens, grand secretary; Bev.
A. Tourner Portar, ol Charleston, erand
chaplain; Wm. Elliott, of Beaufort. J. H.
Villeneuve, of Cberaw, senior erand deacons;
W. L. Beld, ot Cheraw, F. B. Hacker, of
Charleston. Junior grand deacons; B. A.
MnoaenfOBS. ot Charleston, W. L. Weel, of
Greenville, grand stewards; H. D. Corbet, of
MeyersvllR grandlpursulvant; Colonel J. Zim?
merman Davis, A. T. Smythe, J. Ogren,
grand marshals ol the day;W. A. Wilson, ol
Charleston, grand tiler.
The Conpmnns nt the Academy.
A very large audience assembled at the
Academy last evening to welcome the favorite
Chapmans, whose popularity In Charleston
shows no signs of diminution. The troupe
has been recruited, by the addition of several
new performers pince IL last appeared here,
and the entertainment presents' features ol
novel and varied interest. The performance
began with an amusing) farce called "Betsy
Baker," In which the principal part was sus?
tained by Misa Martha Wren, whose aotlng
was full of Ute and spirit. This was followed
by Mr. John Morris's realty remarkable oos
xame-alcetctxes, \a wblob he chances bia dress
and character seven or eight Ueies wltb the
most ingeni?os and perplexing oelerity. This
performance ls worth seeing, as an Instance
Of the most SUCCesslul prestidig 'dating con?
ceivable. The ease and Bwlltnest with which
Mr. Morris makes his transformations would
do honor to the famous Vicar of ?tray. The
next scene In the performance consisted ai
the "Musical Irish Sketch of Barney's Court?
ship," In which Misa Wren and Mr. Collins
I displayed a power of natural and realistic act?
ing and singing which deserves very high
praise. In its way, this simple little interInde
waa perfectly rendered, and was, perhaps, the
most marked success of the evening.
The inevitable burlesque concluded the en?
tertainment. Of this the most aasldaoos
chronicler of small beer could, we'suspect,
find it In bis heart to Bay little more than that
lt made the audience laugh. Misses Blanche
and Ella Chapman carried off the parts allot?
ted to them with their nsual spirit and aplomb,
and they were warmly received and loudly ap?
plauded. But the piece Itself was sjmply
fustian of the moat unmitigated character.
Mr. Fortesque might moderate his acting
as Zeriina, and either reform or omit alto?
gether some of his gags and witticisms to
great advantage. A varied programme ls an?
nounced for to-night.
"The Tradd Street Mystery."' "
The entertainment of Mons. Valentine
Veaux at the Hibernian Hall last evening was
very enjoyable. It is true that those persons
were disappointed who went with the expecta?
tion of seeing agile brickbats and acrobatic
hair brushes evolved out of the thin air and
sent whizing around the hall; but no one pres?
ent could say that he bad not received a full
and fair return In amusement for his twenty
five cents. Monsieur Veanx in the outset ot
his performance lectured on the science ol
mystery, showing, on general principles, how
such performances as those of the Davenport
Brothers, and the startling manifestations In
Tradd street and at Surrency, are all subserv?
ient to natural laws Instead of being wrought
by eupernatural agencies. A number of clever
tricks of sleight of hand followed. He also
made some wonderful exhibitions of physical
strength. His feats of ventriloquism were
admirable, and contributed greatly to the
amusement ol' the auolence. The last per?
formance will be given this evening, when an
entirely new programme Is promised.
A PLEASANT OCCASION.
j The Tullera Rewarded-Collation at
the Masonic Temple-Presentation lo
the Architect by the Workmen-The
The building committee of tho Masonic
Temple gave an entertainment in the temple
last evening lo the work tuen who have been
employed by the Devereux Brothers In the
construction o' the building. A large number
ol white f,cd colored laborers were present, as
were also the Devereux Brothers and many
prominent Masons. Several huge bowls ot
pnnoh were provided, which evoked much
good feeling and many good sayings. The
colored workmen were especially delighted,
and manifested their feelings In frequent out?
bursts of untutored eloquence, which contrib?
uted largely to the merriment of tbe occasion.
The workmen had prepared a pleasant sur?
prise for Mr. John H. Devereux in the pur?
chase of an elegant gold pen and pencil case,
which was presented to that gentleman by
Mr. John Kerrigan in sultab e and well-chosen
remarks. Mr. Devereux made a short re?
sponse, thanking the givers for the gift, and
Mr. Kerrigan for the handsome manner In
which lt had been presented. At the conclu?
sion of Mr. Dsvereox's remares, three hearty
cheers were given for him, and three more for
Grand Master B. 8. Brans, who acknowledged
the compliment in bis characteristic style.
RAISINS, ALMONDS, WINES, ?C.- Tho-atten?
tion of tbe trade In this and neighboring cities
ls Invited to the.very attractive sale on Friday
next of imported - fine groceries and wines,
composing the cargo of the Spanish bark
J Providencia, Just arrived. These goods are
j the very thing that ls wanted lor the holiday
j trade. See advertisement.
A CHARMIN!} BOOK, lor boys and girls, ls
.The Chatterbox," for 1872, bound lu orna?
mental boards. It ls profusely illustrated. The
reading matter Is of a pure and elevated tone,
Indeed there is much In it to instruct "children
of a larger growth," but written in so pleasing
and simple style as to make lt highly interest?
ing to the youthful mind. We would advise
parents at once to go to Fogartle's Book De
j pository and secure a copy, as the advices
from the Eogllsb publishers are that the edi?
tion ls exhausted, and no further orders can
be Bupplled. decl0-tuths3
THE "SINGER."-The sales of the Singer
Sewing Machine exceeded those of any other
company lu oue year by fllty-two hundred.
To form an Idea of their btialneBB one muet ?
visit their salesroom, No. 186 King street, and
see the stock they keep constantly on hand,
and the shipments they make to different
points in South Carolina. Mr. Bedell tells us
they have one of the finest offices in the
South in Savannah, Ga. See advertisement ?
In this Issue._
THE LADIES can find the very latest styles
of fashion in the human bair department by
visiting the Miases Ashtons, and If lt ls re?
quired they can also be suited in every article
that bas been introduced lately in imitation of |
bair. The wants of all have been studiously
considered. _ _ declO
THE ATTENTION ol the public is invited to the \
auction sale this morning, at eleven o'clock,
by J. A. Enslow & Co., auctioneers, of the
Spanish bark Pordloho, lying at Southern
wharf. Bold by order of the Spanish consul
for account of whom lt may concern.
JE WELBY, SILVERWARE, ic.-Mr. Koldewey,
the Jeweller, No. 302 Ring street, has a choice j
stock of the moat attractive novelties in bis
line, well worthy the attention of those who
are seeking holiday presents.
A VERT LARGE assortment of Jet Jewelry of
every description can be found ot Misses Ash
tons. The EnglUh goods lately Introduced,
which are manufactured of India rubber, are
marvels of beauty and obeapness. declO
MASONS, ATTENTION ! -You can find all the
standard works on Masonry at Holmes's Book
House; also Diplomas and Demits.
RENOVATE your old Furniture by nsing Du- j
rand's French Polish. Sold everywhere.
UNPRODUCTIVE FRAUDS. - Imitations and
counterfeits ei an established, popular res?
torative, although mischievous in their direct
effects, are indirectly beneficial tn some re?
spects. They teaoh the community to rate at
its Just vaine the preparation that has been
slmllated and pirated. The reputation and
saleo' He B tetter's Stomach Bitters, for exam?
ple, have been greatly enhanced by the at?
tempts that have been made to supplant lt.
The dupes of impostare who from lime to
me have been induced by plausible false?
hoods to try some worthless succedaneum for
the standard tonio of Amerioa baye Invariably
returned to lt in an enthusiastic frame of |
mind, ready to obamplon ita merita to the
uttermost. The warmest panegyrists of its
preventive and curative properties are those
who have weighed the nostrums of envious
adventurers in the balance and found them
wanting. In a pecuniary point of view, all
attempts to undermine the popularity of this
medicine have proved advantageous to the
proprietors, and exoept for the sake .of pro?
tecting the pabilo, the game of exposure
would not be worth the candle.
THE "CIRCULATING LIBRARY" attached to
Fogartle's Book Depository, is now open.
Special arrangements will be made with Clubs
In the country. _dec9mtutbs4
CHRISTMAS IS coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. bave received
a full assortment of Kid Gloves, and offer a
good quality, one button Glove, for $1; Lwo
button Glove for $1 25. Also, sole agents for
the Celebrated Cbeilly Rid Gloves, eaoh pair
sold under guarantee. dec2
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., No. 275 King
street, are, lor this week, offering great bar?
gains in Carpets-great reduction made In
ibis article. "_ dec2
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co., No. 275 King
street, have received 100 sets of Children's
Furs, only $2 25; 100 sets of Children Furs,
13 and $4; 100 sets Ladles' Furs-sets from
$4 up. dec2
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, gold Opera and Yest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
JUVENILE BOOKS AT FOGARTIE'S Boos DE?
POSITORY.-Special attention has been given
to this Important branch of literature. Care
has been taken to select good as well as beau?
tiful books, suited to children of all ages. No
department of their extensive stock ot books
for the holidays presents a more attractive ap?
pearance. They are mostly English editions,
and beautifully illustrated. There ls no more
appropriate offering lo youth than aa instruct?
ive and entertaining buok. decS-thsiuS
"THE POCKET COMPANION" (a new and very
neat article,) containing a slate pencil, pen?
holder, sponge, India rubber, memorandum
book and penlinlfe, all for 50 cenu?. "The
Student's Companion,1' wlih ink stand, pencil,
penholder and Bponge, for 40 and 50 cents.
"TheScholar's Companion," with sponge, rub?
ber, penell and chalk, for 26 cents. All the
above to be had at FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSI?
TORT. _ _dec7-8luth3
GOLD AND SILVER-HEADED CANES, in great
variety. Just the thing for holiday glfta, at
Allan's, Nc. 307 King street.
R. M. MARSHALL A BRO., 33 Broad . street,
buy and sell on commission, Real Estate,
Stocks and Bonds, negotiate Loans,. Bent
Property, and sell at auction, furniture at
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes. Roccking-Horses, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, ?c., Just received at Von Santen's
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C. .
NEW YORK-Per sehr Myrover-217,05? feet re
sawed lumber. "Ti
SAVANNAH, GA-Per sehr Eclipse-200 bbls and
230 bags guano.
The Charlea to tl Cotton, Rice and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS, I
MONDAY KVSNISG, December 9, 1872. J
COTTON.-rbis ..market commenced quiet and
.lill;, afterwards There was'more doing, with
slightly easter ratea in some cases, bat the soften?
ing w'as'dot sufficiently decided to caus? ah'al?
teration of quotations, which we renew some?
what nominally, sales about 1200 bales, say 18
at,14}?, 20 at 15,809 at lex. 4 at lag, 86 at 17, 42
at UK. 84 at17X? 108"at l7X.24~at ?7X. lot? at
17%. 6 at its, 104 at 18, 33 at 18X. S2 at 133*, 24
at 18X1 49 at lsji, 12 at 19c, 50 on private terms.
Wc quote : . -
urdmary tu good ordinary.17 ?-7X
ri ?es.-1 here was a good demand for this grain
at steady prices; sales near 300 tierces clean Caro?
lina, say 38 tierces at OK. 108 at 6%, no at 7, 18
at 7Xi 20 at TXC We quote common to fair at ex
@8%C, gOOd 7@7XC
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals were light, ray
38 bois spirits turpentine. Sales spirits turpen?
tine, 200 obis, at 55c <R gallon; also loco bois ro?
sin, strained to No. 2, at about (3 26 *n bbl. .
FREIGUTS.-To Liverpool,.by steam, directed
on uplatds, -- on sea Islands; via New York,
%d on uplands, lXd on sea islands; by
sall Xd on uplands, and 13-16d on sea Islands. To
Havre, lc on uplands. Coastwise-tr? New
York, by Bteara, \a on uplands and--on Bea
island-; $2 $ tierce on rice; 60c 9 bbl on rosin;
by Ball,-c "* ft en cotton; -efl tierce on
rice; 60c 9 bbl on roBln; $11@12 ? Moa lumber;
$12^1260 f M ou timber. To Boat n, by steam
Xe on uplands and $2 60 $ tierce on rice; by sall,
-c 3 lb on uplands; rosin 70c; resawed atoa
? 12012 60; limner $13?13 60; phosphate $505 so.
To Providence, by sall $io@ 11 "ft M on boards;
-c ^ rb on colton; by steam Tic via New York
To Philadelphia, by steam Xo on uplands ; Si 76
*B tierce on rice; eoe t? bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bills of lading (riven to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New England citiesaTe regularly
issued on' this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By pall, $5 "fl M on boards; $12 on timber; - "f
ton on clay; $8 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore,
by stsam -r-c ? ft; by sall' $s?s 50 * Mon
boards;- on timber; $3 60 "ft ton at city; $4?
4 60 "ft ton up river on phosphate ?ck. Vessels
are In demand by oar merchants to take lamber
freights from Georgetown. S. C.. Darlcn and .Sat ll
la River, Qa, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $to@l2 ?A-M are the ?tea on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling80 day bills 2l?2ix.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The bunts purchase
sight checks on New York st x@>i per cent, orr,
and sell at par.
Maritata by Telegraph.
LONDON, December 9.
Noon.-Consols Qih'aOl. Fives 89Jf.
FHA SK KO KT, December 9.
Noon.-Boc da Sex
R . PARIS, December 9.
Noon.-Rentes ssr 87c.
NBWYOBE, December OV
Noon.-Freights unchanged, stocks steady.
! Gold drm at ia. Money nun at l-32?l-:io per
I cent. Exchange-long 8X; short lo. Govern?
ments dull and steady. State bonds dull and
Evening.-Money closed a- 4a5 percent. Ster?
ling arm, 8*a8X- Gold 12%al3. Governments
sightly easier. Tennessees very strong; other
State Btooks dull. Freights qalet and-firm.
LrvBRPOoL,' December 9.
Noon.-Cotton opened quiet and steady; up?
lands 10; urleacs ioxaio?<d.
Kvening.-Colton cosed unchanged; sales
16,000 bale*; for speculation and export SOOO;
.-ales of uplands for December 95id.
NEW YORK. December 9.
Noon.-Cotton easy; Bales 10JO bales; uplands
i9Xc; Orleans 20Xc. ; L
- ?.vening.-Cotton" easy;' laleB 2941' bale?; up?
lands i9\ . orleans 20X; net receipts to-day ess;
g ross .6089. Sales or c tton I inures 9100 bales,
aa foildWBt December 1813-18, 18XY January 18X
19 1-16; February 19X. March 19 6-16.itftf; April
19 o ?a, 19X; May 1916-16, 20; June vox.
B.iSTON. December o.
Cotton finn: rnlddlloc" '-"'<-: not receipts -83
balea; ?rosa IB78;??!CT? ?oo: stock 4600.
PHILADELPHIA, December 9.
Cotton quiet; midd 11 RB <9XO.
BALTIMORE, December 9
Cotton firm; middlings luxe; net receipts BOO
biles; gross 7oo; exports to oreat Britain 199;
coastwise 76; sales 260; stock 7795.
> o a FOLK, December e.
Cotton, estimated net receipts 20,0 bales; stock
WILMINGTON, December 9.
- Cotton quiet; middlings 18x0; net receipts 1S8
bales; sales 65; stock 2742.
A OG esr A. December 9.
Cotton In fair demand; middlings 18Xc; net re?
ceipts 1624 bules; sales 904.
Cotton quiet and arm; middiiugs l8Xc; net re?
ceipts 4689 bileB; exports to Great Britain 4104;
Continent lv87; coastwise 1695; salea 1181; stock
MEMPHIS, December 9.
Cotton Arm; mlddlldgs I9al9xc; net receipts
4271 hales; shipments 30J 1 ; Block oy actual count
MOBILE. December 9.
Cot'on arnot; good ordinary 17Xo; low mid
ding l7Xc; middling 18Xc; net receipts 4225
balea; exports coastwise 219; sales sou; stock
42,085. . , .
NEW ORLEANS, December 0.
Cotton In good demand; good ordinary 17jic;
low middlings 18Xc; middlings 19c; net ro eipt?
2131 bales; groas 2682; exp rta to ureat Britain
73a3; coastwise 1275; sales 1000; last evening 6200;
GALVESTON, December 9.
Cotton steady; ordinary lexc; nee receipts
2637 bales;stock 08,422. .
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
. LIVERPOOL, December 9.
LONDON, December 9.
Noon -Turpentine opened at 4?s 6da44s, doced
at 44s 6da4s.
Evening.-Spirits turpentine opened at 43s eda
44, closed at 44s 6da45.
NEW YORK, December 9.
Noon-Flour dull. Wheat arm. Corn quiet.
PorK duli at $13 60. Lard quie ; atcam 7Xa8Xc.
Tnrpentlne dull at soc. Kosln qnlet at f3 90a<. ;
Evening.-Flour quiet; common to fair extra
$7 lOaO 16; good to choice $9 20al2. vs binkey
armer at S4a95c Wheat quirt and very firm,
offerings light; winter red Western $1 ?Sal 70.
Gora Arm, lair ano ac: ive. Rice dull at 7Xa8Xc.
Pork acr ive and unchanged. Lard weak. Tur?
pentine dui'. Rosin quiet Tallow steady.
Spirits turpentine Arm ut -ssc- Rosin arm at
}8 25 for strained. Crude turpentine steady at
$8 20 ior_hard; ?6 20 tor virgin and yellow dip.
ST. LOUIS, December 9.
Tue horse disease and the Buspens on of river
navigation has almost stopp?J business. The
sales on 'Change were very Hutu. Flour dull and
nominal. Corn firmer for lota accessible to buy?
ers, free of dray age, and none other saleable;
No 2 mixed 29d3uc Whiskey steady. Pork nom?
inal. Lard m gond demand for futures; ?team
7c for December and Jan na-v.
LOUISVILLE, December 9.
Flour quiet and firm; extra lamllv $6 26. Oom
dill and not enough doing to establish quota?
tions. Provisions quiet; pork $12 60. Lard,
tierce 7X; kegs 8X for strictly ciolce lear; prime
steam held at 7X- Whiskey firm at 88c.
The New York Cotton Market.
NEW 1 ORK. D cember 8.
Tho Hnanclal Chronicle says: The m.irket du?
ring the paat week has Improved, bur. theadvauce
in prlcei has bei n quite Irregular for cot on on
tho spot. On Monday a gener?! revi-lon was
made lu offlcal quota'lons; ordinary was ad?
vanced Xe. Rood ordinary reduced X'". middling
advanced X?'. and rood mlddilog advene d ??v.
Wednesday the-e waa a further general ntl vanen
or Xe to 19Xc Tor mliidilDg uplands, and luxe for
1 JW middlings. Receipts at ike port un to Thurs?
day ?bowed a considerable r-ilHnn off HS oom
pated with the pr?Vitia4 week, mgregatlag on
Wednesday night, according to the reports to
the Cotton Exchange, only 83,062 bales for five
days. agHlnst 91.0)4 for the corresponding period
last week. lu the meantime foreign advices were
Btr -TU. stimulating a brisk export demand,
an hough shippers were embarrassed to som- ex- i
teut oy tho scarcity aud high rates of ocean
freien ' s. There was alf 0 a good business for con?
sumption, un Thursday, however, tlierecelpt* at
the r orte aggregated 29,000 bales, and Liverpool re?
pot ted a reduced volume of boslneas, nuder
which cl icu mst ao ces our market became tame,
but tho late advance was maintained. To-day
there was a flrm opening, and about noon h'gber
prices were asked, but the demand proved mode
rate and the cloie quiet. For ruture delivery
there wa? a decided and uniform upward move?
ment until the cio<e of Wednesday's business
with large.tr.inBactions ror December ana Jana
arv. Ytste d iy iheie wa* a reac ion. but to-day
the opening was stronger with sales of 1100 bates
for Dfcen.ber at 19c, and 100 for February at
19 ?ic, but tue close for tnose months was 116c
off. The pnces for tutores last reported were
(baals low middling) is 15-18c for December, 19
for January, 19 3-1? for February, 19X for March,
19 ll-l? tor April, 20 for May and 20^0 for Jane.
The total sales or this descrtpton for the week
are 94,750 bales. For immediate delivery the
total salea foot up this week 19,859 bales, Includ?
ing 9647 for export, 8322 for consumption, 422 for
speculation and 3468 In transit.
^arbnwre, ?gncnltirrttl Jirrplmentsr, Ut.
HART * ??.
Are AGENTS For
AVERY & SONS' PLOUGHS.
A Plough, with Scraper, Bull Tongue, Turning and Shovel
Mould, Complete, for $15 25.
Or if the Dixon Sweep be preferred to the Shovel Mould,
prioe $15 25.
We have also a Full Assortment of One and Two Horse
Ploughs, both Cast and Steel, of AVERY & SONS, as well as
ALSO A FULL LINE OF
FAIRBANK S SOALB.S.
BURDICE'S HAT AND FODDER CUTTER.
We are also in Receipt of a Full Line of
SWEDES IRON, HOES,
ENGLISH IRON, TRACES,
HOOP IRON, NAILS,
PLOUGH STEEL, ROPE,
TURPENTINE HACKS, PLOUGH LINES,
TURPENTINE TOOLS, GUNS,
MILL STONES, PISTOLS,
BEST FISH LINES
SEINE TWINE, i
It ART & CO.,
39 Hayne S treet, and Corner of Kin er; and Market
octl-fthgp?o_CHABLK8TQ1V, S. C.
Ongitufi, iHacfyirurrj, Ut.
SMITH Sc VALE,
MACHINISTS AND FOUNDERS,
SHOPS EAST END HASEL STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
PORTARLE AND STATIONARY ENGINES,
H??S5EYVi ^KSf?y?? MCCARTHY GINS, with or without hi* Attachment for Feeding,
CORN AND SUGAR ALIDA
_ , t . AND MACHINERY OF RVERY DPSCRIPTHM
Having purchased all the Patterns of the late W.LLIAM S. H ENERE r, we are prepared to recel*
orders for all Machinery formet ly made by him. dec5-thBtulmo
YOU WILL FIND IT HANDY, USEFUL AND (JON
THE BEST ARTICLE EVER INVENTED
TO CLEAN AND RENOVATE OLD FURNITURE,
MAKING IT LOOK PERMANENTLY BRIGHT,
EQUAL TO NEW.
G. W. AIM AR, King street.
C. F. SCHWkTTMA?i, King street.
DR. H. BA ER, Mentlng street.
C. F. PANKN?N, Meeting street.
DR. A. RAOUL, King street.
D. VOOT, Klngair?et.
G. J. LUUN, King utreet.
And Tor sale by all G rocera and Fancy Gooda
Stores in Charleston.
Price fifty ceota per bottle.
JOHN F. HENRY,
No. 8 College Place, New Yorfc.
The trade supplied by
PHILIP WINEMAN db CO.,
NO. 85 OAYNE STREET,
Wholesale Agenta for the Southern States,
no vi 3-1 mo
HDrnge ano ft\c?imus.
Approved by thc Imperial Academy
of Medicine Paris
L OZ E SC S3
It is especially to its eminently absorbent
properties tbat Belices Charcoal owes its
great efficacy, lt is specially recommended
for the following alfoctions.
Ol FFICULT DIGESTION
CRAMPS IN THE STOMACH
MODE OF EMPLOYMENT. - Balloo'? Charcoal
is taken before or after each meal, in the form
of Powder or Lozenges. In the majority of
cases, its beneficial effects are felt after the Ant
dose. Detailed instructions accompany each bottle
of powder and box of lozenges.
Depot in Pin, L. FRERE, 19, roe lu?
Agent* in Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE k j
DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. A
_ Shipping.. :
The First-class British Ship ISLAND
HOME, sinclair, Master, having a portie*
of her cargo engaged will h*ve Imm?diat
patch. Apply to r HENKYX'AED,
; JM| , .' Exchange Rant
decT Fla Ki 5 41 AuHflo WI
O R B3.*L toJo'
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, A51) THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
AND THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST.
The Fine steamship FALCON, J. F. Haynie,
Commander, wlllsall for Baltimore, OOSATOBOAT,
14th December, at 4 o'clock P. M.
uonai insurance, and -Coi
ample time to sam pie.and
the Railroad Depot ln-Phlli
For Freight o:- Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
decio 6 So. 2 Union Wharves.
QHANGE OF SAILING DAYS.
- INORE ABED S?By^?E^N SE
PACIFIC MATT, STEAMSHIP^?MP?S'NTB
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the-abov&l&eJttve 1 _
No. 42, North River, rootof Canal street
New Torie at 12 o'clock noon, of the DBE L
and 3oth of every month, except when thea?dates
fall on Sunday, then the Saturday i
All departures connect at J~
ors for sooth Pacific and Cc?
For Japan and China, Steamers leave San'Fran*
cisco drat of every month, except when lt ralla on
Sunday-then on the day preceding. J
No California Steamers .touch;** Havana, but
go direct from New York to^AsplnwalL >
One hundsad ponfds baggage nee to each adult..
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets orotber lnformatton,apply
at the COMPANY'S TICK2?T OFFl??,lok thS
Wharf foot of Canal street, North River, Now
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
J^OR LIVERPOOL, V3 A QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAJLSl^.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTE RH
gffife STEAM COMPANY ' 'g^Jfc
WlUdiapatoh one or their ?Iret-clasa, fjci? power
Iron screw Steamships from. . . '.~>..,
PLEB No, 40 N. R.T EVERY WEDNESDAY^.';,
Cabin Paxasge |? ; . ^ : .
steerage PtAsage twice Ka 29 Broadway) I?,
inrrency. ..: r-vr.. y,*.-.) r^xob?
For Freight or 0a^?a?a^?(jJ5(^ a 9?uj
Na f8 Wallawa* N.T./
N. 5.-Through t? Ula l.adivm' tq' Llycrpoollaaaod"
y the Ohorientou ona New York steamers, whtoi -
dake clcmo couti?mou,witta te^atovc-llpo.
JAMES AUGER A CuTT
WAGNER, HUGER A 00~
-ava Or WM^A. WiURJE^BAX
HANGE OF SCHEDULE.
-s-'?:'>:... '< .A
FOR GEORGETOWN, 8.0., TOUGHING AT.SOUTH
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.
- On and arter 1st December,' the .
steamer EMILIE, Captain 0. 0.J
White, will leave Ohadeston as above ever
DAY and WB DNMDAY NIGHTS .at f
returning, lea ve'Gebrjie town eral
FBI DAY MORNINGS, at 6 o'clock.
Freight received every, SATORS AY and WXDHX*
DAT. '. '-" " - . .."
AU Freight and w narraga must be prepaid.
No Freight received after Htmsat. ' T..
Duplicate receipt? required .with all sWnoient*.
For Freight or Paaaage-appiy otf boaid^te
SHACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents, rv ii
Nor th-A t lan Ho Wharf. - -
A. MORGAN. Agent, Georgetown, 8."0.'
oct7-tntbt8moa .? ; ? ,y
JP O R S A V A- N \JXr&iB?'
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVEN IN GY
AT 8 O'CLOCK. : - f'< :. - v :
< . ' ' . : a v-r.i
. . ; !.. ?- i; > v . I*, nu
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamers
DICTATOR and CITY POINT will|_
leave Southern Wharf aa above nr
No extra charge made for Meals ana- ?tate?
room*.. > ;. * :> . : UT* iIHff'<
For Freight and Pa sage apply to i . rtv*:;|
RAVENEL A CO-,
.. Corner Vaaderhorsf s W?ar? and EaatJBay. .
dec2 : . .. ,: i,lf?%m ...
OR PLO B I ' D; '-'Kit*'}, -
VIA SA VAN NAB. "V '
.V - ' . . .: i's J.T ..KU*'.
' .? \"t:i - 1-XJ TXWJfi?
v- .. t . ? tfi'JUl -?J-?I?!.
The Splendid sw; e. wheel Steamer a ' ? *??*w
DICTATOR. Captain L. M Cczetter,M3K
CITY POINT, captain Fltifrerald, will Ure
Charleston every TTOWDAT, THURSDAY and SHH.;
DAT EVXHIKO, at 8 o'oloot precisely, for
SAVANNAH, -* .-..~
F ERN ANDINA,
JAOKSONVTLL?, ; . .-.r-r ; j x
MAGNOLIA, . ?.-\ J L
GREEN CQVB.8PB1NOS, ~
ST. AUaUSTJNEi .
. FAuATxA. '
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Connecting at ~Palstka with steamers for
the Ociawaha River and with the Steamer STAB*
LIGHT for Enterprise, Mel lon ville, au d. aa pointa '
on the Upper st. John'a and indian River?. \t .
These fine Steamera, built In New Tort, eape-"
cl ii y adapted for the Florida trade, are fornlahed'
with every comfort and. convenience, aod afford
the CHEAPKST, SAFEST AND MOST COMFORT?
ABLE MEANS OF BEACHING FLORIDA. They
provide a llrst-clasa table,, well furnished, com
rortable Staterooms, -and make NO EXTRA
CHARGE FUR MEALS ANO STATEROOMS.
They land almost at the doors of the principal
Hotels of all above points, eavmg the invalid ?pd
tsarist the dangers and dlscomforta of frequent
changes. ' ' J.
Oftrneet at Fernandina vrlth Florida Ballroad
for all polotB tn the interior, and with Railroad
for New Orleans aod Havana, via Cedar Keys."." r.
For Freight or Pawage, Apply to
RAVENEL <fc 00., Agents, '
Corner Vonderhont'a Wharf and East Bav. !
dec2 ^r,.( : ?:
CHABi?TOs/recember a. ism..
. EXCURSION TICKBTSto this-city, on tr.e occa
sion of tue Dedioauon of the MaBonio.TtonpU^.
wm be on sale at points on ^SmtS??M
8 h to theiothinstant, goodtojetnr^?thelith.
instant. ' L . ' ' 8: B. rTuatns,
A?-Papers in the lntertor will please oppy.
ZZclX General T cket ijettt
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHARLESTON, 8. a, JUDO 8, 1873.
Trains will leave Charleston Dally atlp.ll AM ||
MArrlve1atiCharleston 8.00 A M. (Mondays ex
CV2 ?ot^ave Charleston. 8.00 P. ^ 8OT
D TYaln leavlngio Ja A M. niakesthrwtfhcoimoc
tion to NewYork,via Richmond aiW Acqula
Creek only, going through m*4 honra.
Paaaengera leaving by 8.?l P. M. Traini h^ave
Cbotoe of route, via ^SS^SSSS&mS
or via Portamonth and Baltimore, u J^^1^^
F KID AY by thia Train lay eyer on SOTDATlnHaT
timora. Those leaving on SATDBDAT remain SOT
DAT in Wilmington, N. 0. ?
ThkTu :ne cnea^au qalcteat and:g?pj?
ant route to cincinnati, Chicago and other-points
weat and No thweat, both Trama mating con
SM at Washington with Western Trains of
B?timore and Ohio Railroad^ '?fa??$?
Engineer and SupermU'.ndent.
p L. OLEAPQR. Gen. Tlcteet Agent, maya
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON
CHARLESTON, Jone 13, 18T2.
On and after MOHDAT. June nth, tnePas.
Bon?er Tra?na on thia Road will run aa follows:
aonger mum EXpsESii TBAJN. ??
Leave Charleston dally.MOP. M.
Arrive at savannah daUy.?.? ?*
Leave Savannah dally.H-? P. v.
Arrive nt Charleston dally.. . 7 A.M.
DAY TRAIN. : - .
Laave charleston, 8undayAexoepled...7.Ap=A. ju
Arrive at Savannah, Sundays excepted, a? P. M.
Leave Savannah, sundays excepte^.. U f
Airtve at Charleston. Snndaya anted., tUO ^M.
lng to points In Florida and W%T^Uue%
rteamshlps to Boston.
port Royal -^^V?ieer and 8 vvwnxmten t
S. o. BOYLSTOM, Oen'l Ft, and,fcoket Agent*