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MEETINGS ZBI8 DAT.
Washington Light Infantry Charitable Asso?
ciation, atT ,Ww
BtonewaU Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
AUCtifiN SALES THIS DAT.
Wm. MoKay will sell at 7 P. M., at No. 310
King street, stock of a cigar store.
A baines Bale of the material of the Charleston
Charitable Association win take place at No. 147
Meeting street, at 12 H.
Bishop Howe will conduct the services In
the Orphan's Chapel to-morrow afternoon, at
Notwithstanding the disagreeable weather yea.
terday morning a large congregation assembled
at SL Philip's Church to attend the united ser?
vices held In accordance with the appointment or
the day for intercession and prayer. Many of the
Episcopal clergy were present, several of whom
. took part In the services. Bishop Howe presided,
and an appropriate sermon was preached by the
Bev. C C Plnokney, or Grace Church. Services
were also held in St. John's Chapel, Hampstead,
by the rector, Rev. A. W. Marshall, which were
Divine service will be conducted la Trinity
Church, Hasel street, to-morrow morning at half
past ten o'clock, by the Rev. H. M. Mocd. and at
seven o'olock In the eveoiog by the Rev. ii. R.
Brackets. Sunday-school at quarter-past three
o'clock In the afternoon.
Services will be held la the citadel Square Bap?
tist Church at hal?-paat tea o'clock to-morrow
morning, and at qaarter-past seven o'clock In the
evening, by the pastor, Bev. J. A. cbambllae.
The public, particularly strangers, are invited to
The First Baptiit Church, Church street, will be
open for service to-morrow at half-past ten
o'clock, in the morning, and at seven o'olock in
the evening. Sermons win be delivered by the
Rev. L. H. Shuck, pastor.
Christ church, Rutledge Avenue, will be the
??ene of Interesting services to-morrow morning
at ii o'clock. In addition to the usual morn Inst
service Bishop Howe will hold confirmation and
preach a suitable sermon.
The Sisters ot Mercyjgrate'ully acknowledge the
receipt of two cakes, a box or raisins, a box of
almonds, a package of nuts and a package of cur
rants from Mr. Thoa. O'Brien, East Bay. J
The Rev. H. P. Northrop will preach a sermon
os "the claims of the poor," at the cathedral
Chapel, at 7 o'olock to-morrow evening. The col?
lection win be for the benefit of the poor or the
Cathedral parish. .
The Rev. G. P. Claflin, an African missionary,
will lecture In Zion Church, colored, calhoun
street, to-morrow afternoon, at half-past 7 o'clock, j
-JUea Jordan, a colored drayman, was thrown
from hi? dray yesterday and saddled with a cot. >
ton bale, which unfortunately broke his. collar
bone.,, liles was .carried to Dr. E. H. Kellern, who
set tha^roken bone.
-A colored excursion from Wilmington. N.
c., to this city ls being organised for the 24th
Instant; fare for the round trip five dollars. The
colored citizens of Charles ton will doub tl eas have
' I host of visitors.
-A chimney at No. 4M King street, on the
premises of Mr. A. Friendly, biased op about six
o'clock yesterday afternoon, and created mach
excitement In the neighborhood. The fire event?
ually burnt itself ont without doing any harm.
-The down express train of the Northeastern
Railroad, whloh should have arrived here as 3 P.
M, yesterday, was detained some honra at Flor?
ence, awaiting the arrival there or the train from
W urning ton, and, consequently, did not reach the
city until 5 P. M.
-The Rev. a. H. Weil?, who has been appointed
by the South Carolina M. E. Conference, to the
charge of.Trinity Church, In this city, has been for
.HM time a regular contributor to the Southern
flhrtirnnn Advocate. Last year he held the ap
polntment of Timmonsville, s, c.
> --Thft'engine attached to the Northeastern Rall
road train due in thia city at six o'clock yester?
day morning broke, down three m ile i south of
Florence. The engineer, being nuable to move lt
either backwards or forwards, was forcjd to
?sada messenger back to Florence for another
enjlne. The train, after having been carried
back to Florence, reached here at ene o'clock:
-AnIndividual, who has no regard for the in?
jonctions or the eighth commandment, paid hts
compliments on Thursday night to the residence
of Mr. N. Levin, In George street, and, strange to
' sa?, contented himself with walking orr with as
mach o' the lead pipes connected Vrith the wate.*
warks as he could conveniently carry. The veriest
savage sometimes delights in the pipe of peace,
bot this obtrusive civilized man preferred a piece
MISS PUTNAM AS JULIET.
Owing to the Inclemency of the weather,
the" Academy or Music was but tolerably well
li-essaying tho role or Janet, in whloh in the
psst century no artiste-save Miss O'Neal-bas
succeeded ID achieving a marked success, it was
reasonably feared-that Miss Putnam had over?
tasked her powers. Those, however, who wit?
nessed ber portraiture of Juliet last night, were
agreeably surprised, for, with due considera* ion
and proper allowances, she succeeded remark?
ably well, as waa attested by the fact that she was
caBed before the curtain at the end or the fourth
act,' ap?n-at the close or the play, and generously
. In her pee aliar delineations more salted to her
talents, Miss Putnam ls inimitable, and ss sally
Scraggs she was herself again, irresistibly charm?
ing and bewitching. She sasg like a canary, and
her dance, to the tune of Dixie, was enthusiasti?
cally encoded. _
A CHRISTMAS TRES.
At this season when everybody ls in the
happiest possible frame or mind. It ls particu?
larly appropriate that amusements should be
devised for. the children, those "dearest gifts or
Heaven to earth." *? Conscious of this, the mana?
gers of the* Grace Church Sunday-school have in?
augurated a Christmas res tl val la aid of the
building rand of that school, whloh win be given
m the hall or the Washington Rifle Club, No. soe
King street, on the evening ot the 28d instant.
There wu! be a beanUful Christmas tree, a Santa
Otaos and a supper. Admission twenty-five
cents. Stab. ohUd hoi 11 ag a ticket win be pre?
sented with a gut from the tree. Where ls the
Httie boy or girl that oas afford to lose sach a
TOE CAROLINA RIFLE CLUB.
At the anniversary meeting of the Carolina
Rifle Club held last evening, in their han at the
corner of Broad and East Bay ?reeta, an election
wa? held for officers with the following result- T
G. Barker, president ;:c.?lrviue Waller, o. R. Miles
F. K. Hager and Thomas Frost, Jr., vice-presi?
dents; W. st. Julian Jewey, secretary and treas?
urer; L. B. Doolittle, 0. R. Holmes, Jr., L. N.
Ohriaolm, J. P. Lesesue, wardens; J. 8. Coan, J!
Reid Pringle, R. H. Harles ton, T. M. Waring, di
rectors; 0. B. Vslk, ensign; E. A. SmytLe, rifle
Blaster.' At the conclusion or business a supper
was served and the remainder of the aventog was
spent Ul social enjoyment.
CO?TS TO JUDGMENT.
A? will be seen by the advertisement else?
where, the furniture and effects of ?be Chat leaton
OharBabto Association wtu be Bold under the
hammer to-day, at twelve o'clock. The when of
fortune has come to grief; the chanty which'be?
gan at home and remained there, never even
going out to pay a visit, hag not in thia Instance
covered a multitude of ams, for the wheel has
come to Judgment. The Judgment is In the hands
of Trial Justice Mackey, and berore thto afternoon
the furniture and efleots of the benevolent asso?
ciation wm be lo other hands.
United Buttes Conrt-The Laurens Con?
spiracy Case-Charge of Jud je Bond
The Jory Fall to Agree.
iii the United States Court at Columbia, on
Tuesday, before Judge Bond, the trial of the
Laurens conspiracy case, the United states vs.
Joan T. Craig et, al, was renewed. Mr. Jaeger,
the counsel for the defendants, presented bia ar?
gument In a thorough, sea ream g and cloBe review
of the evidence, urging upon the attention of the
Jory all the weak and disconnecting points. Dis?
trict Attorney Corbin replied In the closing ar
I gument, in his usual forcible manner. Jodge
Bond,m glvlog the case to the Jory, delivered the
Gentlemen of the Jury-It ls not my province
to comment on the facts offered In evidence In
this case, bot to give you the law which muBt
guide you in your consideration of the evidence
m reference to this indictment.
Under the flrsc count you are to Und from the
evidence whether or not there existed a conspira?
cy in the connty of Laurena before the dnulng of
the Ind.ctment, and li yon hod there existed a
conspiracy, you are then to find whether its object
or one of Its objects was that set forth In this
count, to wit : To hinder, prevent or restrain a
olass or persons from voting, by reasou or tneir
color, race 9r;pi< vfocrB condition ot servitude.
The Ara-, count does not embrace a conspiracy
formed to punish that class of voters beean?
thev had voted, but von must And, In order to
convict unaer that count, that the conspirators
looked to prevent th? ciass of persons from vot
'"L'na??M noted to yon. WSSSStXSL
sel, a conspiracy ls an agreement formedby-two
or tore persons to do an uniawiul act. It ls not
necessary that the act soould actuaUy be done.
I The crime ls complete when two or more persons
have consented together or agreed with one ano?
ther to bring the unlawful result about. But lt ls
absolut-ly necessary, If yon find the conspiracy
was formed, that yon Ond Its object was to do the
thing which ls charged to have been Its object la
the first count in tbe Indictment.
And, whUe lt Is true that this agreement must
have existed bet?re the acts mentioned In the evi?
dence, which are offered to prove lt, neverthe?
less lt ls not necessary that the conspiracy should
have existed for any prescribed length of time.
The only duration reqalred ls that which ls neces?
sary to enable the minds of the conspirators to
form and agree upon the common purpose.
If the Jury Und from the evidence the exis?
tence ef the conspiracy charged In the Indict?
ment, having the purpose charged, then lt ls
necessary that the Jury should And that the par?
ties or that were members of lt, and had each
agreed and consented to the common unlawful
Bat ir the Jury believe from the evidence that
what ls charged as a conspiracy was a riot or
mob or sodden outbreak, which had no common
parp?se or agreement, or If lc had a common
parp?se ll did not have the purpose charged In
the Indictment, then the parties are not guilty
oncer the fli st count, even though the Jury may
find they participated in the riotous proceedings
Two of the lemalulng counts of tbe inc lam em.,
gentlemen, charges that a conspiracy was form?
ed to prevent Wade Perrin and Samuel Demy,
the persons whose names are set forth ia the re?
spective conni s, because they bad previously vo?
ted In the particular manner set ont.
What l have said about .conspiracy applies to
these counts. They only differ from the drat
count in that they charge a different parp?se tor
the conspiracy, and that purpose yon moat find
waa ?ne or the purposes of the conspiracy, before
you And the prisoners guilty, ir yon lind they
were members of lt.
To determine the purpose or the conspiracy,
gentlemen, If you find there was one you are at
liberty to consider what the parties engaged lo
it said, and the acts they did in concert or ny
agreement, in furtherance of it. There can be no
better way to determine what a company or per?
sons agreed or conspired to do than to lind out
w hat they did In furtherance of their agn e men r,
acting together or in concert. It ls seldom possi?
ble to prove by tbe words, either written or oral,
or the conspirators what their purpose was.
I Ton sometimes may find that conspiracies are
I not generally formed in pubuo, and yon are left
to the conduct of those who belong to them to de?
termine the intention of the combination.
I feel lt my duty, gentlemen, to say to you that,,
since this case has been so long on trial, and the
mass of testimony, relevant and Irrelevant, IB so
great, that yon will be required, in obedlenoe to
[your oath, to give lt long and patient investiga
Ton owe lt to the government, which ls J ?alona
of the liberty or the citizens, and wishes none bnt
tbe gouty punished, and yon likewise owe lt to
those prisoners who are Jointly indicted, to give
each of their cases that patient, careful and
deliberate investigation that you would give lt
were he alone on trial before 700.
The government ls bound to make bat Its
I theories of the guilt or these parties of the crime
charged to tbe exclusion of every theory of their
innocence whloh accords with the facts and every
reasonable doubt, and by that I mean a doubt
i which ts rounded on a good reason-and a doubt
for wblch you caa Rive a good reason, you are
booed to give to the prisoners at the bar.
You may, gentlemen, And c-*ch party guilty or
not guilty crone or more of the conms in the in?
dictment, or yon may And some gouty aad ethers
not guilty, or you may And a verdiot of guilty or
not guilty generally.
The jory then retired. All tue jurors except
I those on the panel were discharged from attend
I ance on ibis term. V
[By reference to oar Columbia telegrams lt will
[ be seen that the lory failed to agree, ten being
I for acquittal, and that a ml 1 trial was ordered.]
United states va. Elijah Boss Sepangh-con?
spiracy and murder. At the april term or tbe
circuit courtuf the United States, held in Charles
toa, the defendant was tried and found guilty,
and recommended 10 the clemency or the court
and the Executive. A motion W?B made In arrest
of judgment. Upon a hearing of the case, and a
due consideration, the court announce that they
are opposed in opinion to the questions submitted
by counsel, to-wui whether'tue court bas Juris
diction to inquire and And whether the crime or
murder had been committed as set forth and
charged in the latter portions of the Indictment,
la order u> ascertain the measare ot punishment
to be affixed to the offence against the United
states, charged In the former portions of said In?
dictment. Now, on this, the 18th day of Novem?
ber, at columbia, on motion of John F. Flck?n,
defendant's attorney, lt ls ordered that the point
on which said disagreement has happened, and
which Bald disagreement, aa above stated, aa di?
rected by law, shall be cen lAed during this term
*l the court, under its seal to the Supreme Court
of the United states, to be Anally decided.
Bx parte John L. Black, of Blageway. Petition
for voluntary bankruptcy, was read and referred
to w. J. dawson, registrar, for adjudication.
Ex parte D. w. Brown, in re B. K. Clyburn. Ap?
plication for rule on assignee. Ordered that as?
signee do show cause at Charleston, before this
court, on i he 10th day of January next, why he
should not be attached for contempt, for not com?
plying with the order made on the 18th of April,
aud assignee ordered, at the same time, to make
a full report of his actings and doing as assignee.
Ex parte Jeremiah T. Walker. In bankrupt oy.
Petition for Anal discharge. The report of W. J.
Clawson, registrar, In favor or the discharge, was
read and dOnArmeo. Judge Bond signed the |
order and. sentries te of discharge, as prescribed
by law. .
Elihu 0. Baker, of Bari ID g ton, and William A.
Bayne, ol' Marlon, were daly qaaUAed as United
States commissioners, and LBW ls Merrill was ad?
mitted to practice aa an attorney or the court
The State Supreme Court, on Thursday, Justices j
Wright and Willard on the bench, disposed or the j
following business :
The State of Sooth Carolina ex re!. R. c. Shiver
j et al, vs. S. L. H?ge, comptroller general, petition
for mandamus. Rule made returnable January
2d. ist'3, at 10 Au M.
The second circuit was called : Charles R. Hilen
et al, trastees, appellants, vs. samuel j. King, et
al, respon dents. Mr. Tracy for appellants; Mr.
Tourna ns for respondents. The Court then ad?
journ wi till. Thursday, January 3d, 18T8, when the
fifth oircul ; will be called.
The case of D. S. Price vs. Stepben Thomas was
referred too. W. Dingle, Esq., aa special referee.
Da the case of William M. Bird A Ca vs. Wm.
H. Walker, salt fot .be collection of money, a
verdiot of $383 4? was rendered for the plaintiffs.
The case of R. F. Forsyths vs. George W. Davis
was continued. The jarles were paid and dis?
Billy Waring, colored, escaped from the House
of Correction, Bent back; Henry Lesesne, colored,
found with a bag of cotton, supposed to be stolen,
held for examination; J. craft, drunk, one dollar;
Mary Walsh, drank, '?ne doUar, or ten days; Jack
Pierson, colored, drunk, one dollar, or ten days;
A. Manigault, oolored, disorderly and indulging
in murderous threats towards a fellow citizen,
two dollars; Hrs. J. Harris, building Ares upon
her lot, on John street; In dangerous proximity
to Hi? neighboring buildings, explained that the j
chimney or her house was in a bad condition,
ordered to repair the chimney ; a dog at large, one I
ALMOST A HOMICIDE.
Several white men were collected together
In a house In State street on Thursday night,
engaged In Blpplng hot toddy. One of the number
taking offence at a rema-k of a colored man
standing near, seized a large cheese knife and
made a murderous thrust at the offender. The
knife, however, Instead of reaching the heart of |
ita intended victim, went crashing Into the ribs of
an inoffensive bystander, who was looking on.
Tue man who had handled tho blade became
greatly alarmed, and hustled the bleeding man to
the nearesvphysiclan. The wonnd proved to .bei a
very slight one, and after lt had been dressed the
two men len the physician's office, and went on
their way rejoicing.
The range ot the thermometer yesterday at
the drag atore of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on the
?oath aide ol Broad street, was as follows: 8 A.
M., 60; 10 A. M., 64; 12 M., 64; 2 P. M., 65; 4 P. M.,
63; 6 P. M., 62; 8 P. M., 6?.
At the annual communication of Union
Kilwinning Lodge, No. 4, A. P. M., held Thnraday,
I evening, lflth matant, at HoimeaM Lyceum, the
following officers were elected to serve for the
enanlng Masonic year: J. Adger Smythe, W. M.;
J. B. E. Sloan, S. W.; W. A, Wardlaw, J. W.;
Douglas Nisbet, treasurer; W. George Gibbes, sec?
retary; W. P. DeSanaaure, s. D, ; E. H. Sparkman,
j. D.;W. P. Bavenel and George H. Ingrabam,
Jr., atewarda; L. F. Meyer, tiler; Thomas P.
O'Keale, organlat. _
HOTEL ARRIVALS-DECEMBER 90*
Walter Fletcher, Wm E Bliss, Thomas Wal?
lace, T M Bissett, New York; Annie McHotte, Gra?
hamville; E O Francis, Captain eal lo wei, England;
O T Goodwyn, Fort Motte; Wm M Wallace, James
T MorrlB and wife, W O Hopkins, Philadelphia;
R U Whiteley, Georgia; a W Freeman, T J Emer?
son, Boston; O Maren, Bridgeport; P F Noland,
Richmond; E P Hi?er, Auburn; W Myles, lady
and two daughters, Toronto; Samuel Hubbard,
Connecticut; J J Myers, two children and Miss
Howitt, Cleveland, Ohio; G H Orowell, Florida;
S Rustler and wife, Savannah; James Carpenter,
Providence ; L Yan Vllck, Batavia, Java.
J D Browne, T R Ayer and servant, Barnwell;
w D McMillan, W H Nevi,s, ti Whaley, Blackville
Courthouse; Mrs Jones, W T Rnasell, D Jones,
suffolk. Ya; J O Dickert, Newberry; K Lewis,
Mara's Binn*; J D Patterson and set vant, T F But
I 'er, Savannah; J P Williams, Bull Creek.
CARD OF TB ASKS ''
At the annual communication o? Union Kil?
winning Lodge, Ko. 4, A. F. M., held Thursday
evening, 19th lestant, the following resolutions
Resolved, That the thanks of Union Kilwinning
Lodge be extended to Bro. Thomas p. O'Neale,
organist, for his assistance In sel-ctlng and per?
forming the very appropriate mosto heard at the
Lodge of Sorrow, as well aa to the able choir of
amateurs that assisted him. Also that Bro. w.
J. Trim receive the thanks of the lodge for the
beantlral and tasteful piece of upholstery which
be designed to represent the Catafalque on that
occasion. Also that to Bro. J. B. P. Allay be ex?
tended the grateful remembrances of the lodge
for the loan of the elegant and handsome casket
used on that occasion.
Extract from the Minutes.
Gio. W. GIBBS, Secretary.
TRIBUTE OF RESPECT.
In Memory of the Late^Joahna Barle.
At a regular monthly meeting qr Charleston
Typographical Union, No. 48, held on the evening
of November 80th, the following preamble and
resolutions were unanimously adopted:
We are called upon to chronicle the death of one
of our oldest co-laborers lu the art of printing,
Joshua Bailo. The subject or this tribute was
Identified with cur occupation when the business
was In Its laolplency, and there are but few prin?
ters now living to bear testimony te the honor
? able position he occupied as an honest craftsman
and upright citizen. But a bright record can
never be effaced by time, and bis character has
been banded down to na of a la:er generation to
preserve and keep untarnished, in our inter?
course with our departed brother we have always
found him consistent in principle, courteous In'
deportment, honest and fearless in his dealings
with his fellow-man. For these noble traits he
was held In high esteem by his brother printers,
?j and lt is a mournful pleasure for us to add our
tribute to the memory of one who has reflected
credit on his calling and on those with whom be
was associated. We therefore offer the following
resolutions as emblematic of our Borrow:
Resolved, That lu tho death of Joshua Barle
Charleston Typographical Onion, No. 43, has ?x
! perlenced the loss of an ardent and efficient
member, and printers generally a warm and sin?
Resolved, That to his surviving relatives we
tender our heartfelt sympathy In their great
affliction, and that a blank page In our minnie
book be set apart and dedicated to bis memory.
fi. B. BEAU LET, Secretary t?. T. U.
WK HAVE Ladies' and Gentlemen's fine Gold
I Chains, at $15 each. M. ? A. ASHTON. dec21
CHESS MEN, Backgammon Boards, and a
j variety of games for yontb, can be bad at
' Fogartle's Book Depository. dec20-3
ALL THE $25 Gold Watches are disposed ol.
We have still a choice assortment from $30,
and Silver ones from $12-all warranted. M
& A. ASHTON. deo21
PLATING CARDS, wholesale and retail, very
cheap, at Yon Santen's, No. 229 King street.
SINGER Sewing Machin?e sold on Instal?
A GOLD Sewing Machine oan be obtained for
$5, at M. A A. ASHTON, and those In Silver are
proportionately lower. dec21
ON CONSIGNMENT, at private sale, first class
laney boxes of perfumery, suitable for Christ?
mas presents, at Wm. McKay's, No. 4.5 Went?
worth street. dec21-2
How MANY Sewing Machines were sold In
1871 ? Little over 600,000; o? this number the
Singer Company sold 181,260.
THE SWEETEST present ls a bottle of Lu tn n's
Genuine Extract. These and other choice
perl?mes at M. & A. ASHTON. dec21
" CHARLIE, does your wife ever lease you
about buying a Sewing Machine !" " Yes, I
should say she did. She asked me the other
day if I would not stop at Singer office and
get one. I will tell you what I've hall a
mind to do-order one to be sent Tuesday,
anet surprise her with a Christmas present."
PEAT BE patient; the James Adger brings us
a fresh arrival bf India Rubber Sets, and the
Express of this day a large supply of choice
new Tuck Combs and Head Ornaments. M. &
A. ASHTON. dec2l
IN pcROHASiNa a Sewing Machine lt is
always safest to trust known dealers, who
will be here when wanted. Never trust to
those who warrant for five years, as they do
not expect to be where you can reach them a
quarter ofthat limo. dec21 ?
MAKE NO rash purchases. The James Adger
contains for us a fine supply of choice goods
I for presents. We shall open Immediately on
arrival. M. & A. ASHTON. dec21
THE WEED F. F. Sewing Machine bas never
been beaten in a fair test, and has always
taken the hlgneat position as a simple, dura?
ble and reliable machine. D. B. Haselton, 307
King street.. . dec21
MONOGRAM PAPER AND ENVELOPES.-The
newest and most beautiful designs, put up in
attractive boxes, JuBt the article lor a birth?
day, wedding or Christmas offering, and a
very appropriate parting gift, viz : The Bijou
Initial Papi>r, with different tints of paper and
envelope?, 40 cents; the Wreath French Initial
Paper and Envelopes, with four different col?
ored Monograms, for GOJjenlsjTtuo Baronial
Monogram, a beautiful box, containing the
best quality of French Paper and Square En?
velopes, wilh pen holder, pens and rubber,
tor $1. JuBt received at Fogartle's Book De?
FOR AN elegant and stylish Hat, go to
PLENOE'S, No, 201 King street. deel 9-6
TALK: OF Sil ver Weddings ! Here Is a Silver
Christmas lor all-to each of oar customers
wbo purchase to the amount ot $6, we will
give a sliver thimble, of the value or 60 cents*
I lt can be exchanged, lt desired, for any other
lartlole. M. & A, ASHTON. dec2l
THERE ARE Weed F. F. Sewing Machines in
this city which are doing" all the work re?
quired, from coach trimming and shoe making
to the finest work wanted in family sewing,
on the same machines. D. B. Haselton, 307
King street. ; dec21
ONB HUNDRED AND FIFTY different patterns
of Cups, Saucers and Plates, suitable for
Christmas presents, Just received by Bteamer
Champion and lor sale at low prices at Whll
den's. . ' dec204
LADLES' and Children's Furs, In great varie?
ty, at PLENGE'S, NO. 201 King street.
BEAUTIFUL PHOTOOBAPH FRAMES, at 10 cents
I each, at Von Santen's, No. 229 King street,
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, lor Christ?
mas presents, al Hayden's, King street.
PORSES, PORTMONNAIKS-in fine Russia
leather, at Whllden's. j_ decl8-7
VERY CHEAP.-A Handsome Box, contain?
ing One Quire Initial Note Paper, Twenty-four
Initial Envelopes, a Penholder and Pen, for
only twenty-five cents, at Von Santen's Ba?
zaar, No. 229 King street, next Academy ol
! Music. Joly?*
DRESDEN China Cups and Saucers, at Whll?
den's. _ decl8-7
SCOTCH Wood Vases and Boxes, at Whll?
den's. * decl8-7
BRONZE FIGURES, Vases, Toilet Sets, 4o., at
Hayden'B, King street decl8-7
WHILDEN has a large stock of French China
Vases, at low prices. decl8-7
RUSSIA LEATHER GOODS, Baskets, Pocket?
books, Card Caaes, ?kc, at Hayden's, King
street. _ decl8-7
LEATHER RETICULES, fine and medium qual?
ities, at Whllden's. _ decl8-7
PORTE MONNAIES, Pocket Books, Wallets,
Work Boxes, of new and beautiful styles, and
a great variety of Fancy Articles can be found
at Fogartle's Book Depository. decl7-tuthe3
SPLENDID CHRISTMAS PRESENTS.-Gold Pens,
I Pencil Cases, Fancy Boxes and French Note
Papar, at B. K. Neuf vine's, No. 107 Etut Ba?)
HAVE you seen those nice new style Hats at
Martin's ? He has Just received them, and he
sells them cbeap. Ii you do not believe me,
g ; and see him at No. 119 Market street.
CHESS MEN, Backgammon Boards and a va?
riety o? games for yonth can be had at Fogar?
tle's Book Depository.._decl7-tutha3
FINE TOILET SETS and Decorated China
I Chamber Sets, at Whllden's. decl8-7
JUST RECEIVED, a fine assortment of Chll
dren's Fancy Hats, at PLENQB'S, No. 201 King
street. _ _ decl9-6
WRITING DESKS, Work Boxes and Dressing
Cases at Hayden's, King street. dec 18-7
FINE COT GLASSWARE, China Cups and
Saucers at Hayden's, King street. decl8-7
CHINA TEA SF-TU. forty-four and fllty-elx
pieces, at Whllden's. _ decl8-7
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, gold Opera and Vest Chains, go
I to Allan's, 307 King street.
THE MOST useful and beautllal Christmas
present you can present your lady friend with
lis an Improved Home Shuttle - Sewing Ma
I chine*. Be sure and not forget them.
LIBRARIES FOR THE YOUNO.-Good books, in
sets, neatly bound and beautifully Illustrated,
put up In attractive boxes, Butted lo children
ol all ages, at Fogartle's Book Depository.
WHO WILL CARE FOR MOTHER NOW ""-Buy
her a Home Shuttle Sewing Machine and she
Will take care of herself.
CUT GLASS DECANTERS, Goblets, Wines, Ac,
at Whllden's. _li_??_ decl8-7
WHILDEN bas a full stock of Poroelaln and
Wblte Graulteware. _ decl8-7
OCR SUNDAY SCHOOLS should be remem?
bered at thia our festal season. A contribu?
tion of library books from parents whose
children have received the benefits o? these
excellent Institutions would be an appropriate
offering. Fogartle's Book Depository ls the
agency for all Sunday School publishing Bode
lies. _ _ dec20-3
PLATEDWAJRE, Jewelry and Silverware, al
Whllden's. . _ decl8-7
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
GOLD AND BLLVER-HZADED CANES, In great
variety. Just the thing for holiday gifts, at
Allan's, No. 307 King street,
FURS FOR THE HOLIDAYS_At Furchgot,
Benedict & Co. Furs for ladles, Furs for chil?
dren, Furs for all, at very low figures.
RIBBONS FOR HOLIDAYS_Pine, all colors,
Sash Ribbon, six Inch, only $1; One Watered,
seven Inch Sash Ribbon, $1 50. Great variety
In Narrow Ribbons at greatly reduced prices.
Full assortment ol Kid Gloves; one button, $1;
two battons, $1 26. FUROHGOTT, BENEDICT
RHINE WINE.-Arrived per Bremen bark
Neptun, Hockhelmer, Nlerstelner, Lauben
belmer. Also, continually on band, Stein
Wine, Scharlocbberger, Buedesheimer, Ia
|g.-lbelraer, 1865, Hockhelmer, Riesling, ?fcc.
The above Wines are of direct importation,,
and, like all my imported and domestic
Liquors, warranted pure. Bergner A Ba?
gel's Philadelphia Lager Beer, fresh every
week. A. TIEFENTHAL, NO. 107 Market street.
decl7-6_ . i
OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS are reminded that
by sending their orders for "Holiday PresentB
to Fogartle's Book Depository," No. 260 King
street, (In the Bend) Charleeton, S. C:, their
packages will be sent by mall or exprese,
"iree of extra charge." Describe your wants
and the amount o? money to be expended,
and great care will be taken to give satisfac?
tion. "Pocket and Family Bibles," "Prayer
and Devotional Books," "Standard PoelB, Il?
lustrated,""Prize Books" and Illnmioated Pic?
ture Cards tor 8unday-achcole, Juvenile and
Picture Books, Photograph and Writing Al?
bums, Desks and Writing Cases, and all books
and fancy articles usually found in an exten?
dive book and stationery store, are to be lound
at the Depository, of the most desirable styles
and at the lowest prices. decl7-tuthBB
A NEW STOCK O? improved and extra or?
namented Home Rhuttle Sewing Machines
have Just been received at the agency for
ChrlBimas Gifts. Nothing more suitable.
LoKDON-iPer Swedish t rig Anna-776 bblsspl
rlts turpentine, I'S obis ros In.
Nsw YoBi-Per steamship Gulf Stream-800
SSM! *ott?n, 08 tierces rice, 227 bbla naval stores.
iso bales domestics, S3 bigs coooanuta, 106 pk?
Nsw YOBK-Per sehr Iudex-218 bbls spirits
turpenMne, 1700 bbls ros?i. . .
?????f?g*~r9t wla 1 H S>icknej-l?6,ooo feet
CAMDSN, H J-Per sehr JohnD Palge-6eo"tons
phosphate rook.Pei sehr if E Smith-326
tons phosphate rock.
Th? Charl fi ton Cotton, Hice ana Naval
OFFICE GH.kBLBSTON NEWS, 1
FRIDAY EVIN IMO, December SO, i87l J
Corro y.- itere was rather a moderate Inquiry
for this staple, the market .exhibiting somewhat
less strength In some tases, but was generally
unchanged. Sales abone soo baits, vie: ,7 at ie,
27 at 16% 27 at 16X, 6 at rax, 44 at 17,37 at 17*.
19at 17J?, 73 at 18, 61 a; 18X, 61 at isnoa:
18X. io at is x, 80 at 18x, 26 at ie, 6 at lox, 64 at
io*, 65 at 10#, 40at ion. We quote:
ordinary to good ordinary.l"tf@isx
Rios.-The marget was Arm, but with only a
limited business, sales about 70 tierces clean
Carolins, say 4 tierces at ex, 3 at 7, lo at 7Xi 60
at 7 6.16. We quite cen:mon to fair at 6>i@6j*c;
NAVAL STOBBS.-The .Arrivals were limited, say
6 bois spirits turpentine and 164 bbls rosin. Sales
in the past few days or about 4000 bbls rosin,
mostly medium and lou grades! No 1 and good
No 1 at SS 26, strained io extra No 2 $3@8 OS, all
delivered on the wharr. in spirits turpentine
buyers were unwilling to meet the views of sel?
lers, and no sales t ot piale; also 600 bbls com?
mon rosin at $3 for strained.
FR BIGHTS,-To Liverpool, by steam, direct,
on uplands, - on se, . Islands; via New York,
Xd on uplands, - on sea ls Un da; by
sall Xd on uplands, and Xd on sea Islands. To
Havre, lo on uplands. Coastwise-to New
York, by steam, Xe ot. uplands and - on sea
islands; $2.9 tierce or. rice; ooo 9 bbl on rosin;
by sail, -o 9 ft en cotton; -c 9 tierce on
rlce;60o 9 bbl on rosin- S11@12 9 Monlnmber;
$1201260 9 Mon timbar. To Bost n, by steam
Xe on uplands and $3(09 tleroe on rice; by sall,
c 9 ft on uplands; rosin 70o; resawed stuff
$12012 60; timber $18?>18 60; phosphate $6@6 60.
? To Providence, by sall $10@11 9 M on boards;
3 9 B> on colton; bf steam Xe via New York.
To Philadelphia, by ate im Xo on uplands; $1 76
9 tierce on rica; ooo 9 bbl on rosin; fl on spirits.
Through billa of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and the New England cities are regularly
Issued on this route, and dispatch guaranteed.
By Ball, SS 9 M on boards; $12 on timber;-9
ton on clay; $8 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore,
by a warn -o 9 ft; by sall $808 60 9 Mon
boards; - on timber; $8 60 9 ton at city ; $4?
160 9 ton np river on phosphate reek. Vessels
are in demand by our merchants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown, a. c.. Darlen and Sarn?
ia River, Oa?, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10012 9 M are the rates 'on timber
EXOHANOI.-Sterling 60 day bills 20X@20X
DOMESTIC EXOHANOI.-The banks purchase
sight checks on New York at x@X per cent, off,
and Bell at. par. -
G0LD-12X?18X. < fi
Markau br Telegraph.
LONDON. December 20.
Noon.--Consols oixaoix. Fives, 80X- Erle,
Later.-Erie, 47 x, with immense transactions.
PABI8, December 20.
Noon-Specie decreased hair million francs.
Niw YOBK, December 20.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks strong. Gold
UX> Money tight at Xax-and interest, sterl?
ing exohange-long, fi ; short lox* Governments
dun and heavy. State bonds dull but steady.
Evening.-Money si ringen tat x commission.
Sterling higher. Leading oonda OX for 00 days.
Gold UXaUH. Governments closed Arm and
steady, mates very doll.
LIVERPOOL, December 20.
Noon.-Cotton opened Bteady; uplands loxa
lOXd; Orles ns lOXalOXd; sales 12,000 bales; Bales
of the wtek US.OOO; exports ?ooo; speculation
31,000; stock 336,000. of which 4*,ooo are Amen
can; receipts 46,000, of which 19,000 are Ameri?
can; actual exports 400,000; afloat 400,000; of
which 141,000 are American.
Later.-Cotton steady; sales 12,000.bales; speen*
latlon and export 8000.
Evening.-Cotton closed unchanged, Yarns
and fabrics at Manches'rr tend up.
Nsw YORK, December 20.
Noon.-Cotton dull; sates 804 bales; uplands
20Xc; orleans 20X&
Evening.-Cotton quiet; sales 102o bale-:; up?
lands 20x0; Orleans vox; net receipts 677 bales;
gross 8781. Sales of cocton'futeres 7400, as fol
lowt : December 19X, 10 8-16; January lox, lOX;
February lox; March 19X, 1013-16; april 20,
20 M6; May 20X, 2ux.
BOSTON, December 20.
Cotton quiet; net receipts 70 bales; gro?s 2816
sale8 400; stock 6000; weekly net receipts 837:
gross 10 316 ; salee 2860. . '
(PHILADELPHIA, December 20.
Cotton-Weekly net receipts 885 bales; gross
B ALTIMORE, December 20.
Cotton quiet ; exports to th 1 continent eso bales;
coastwise 50; sales 200; stock 9448; weekly gross
receipts 2386; exports to Great Britain, 3i2; con?
tinent 680; coast wise 687 ; sales 2110.
CITY POINT, December 20.
Cotton, net receipts of the week 1101 bales.
i NORFOLK. December 20.
Cotton steady; net receipts 1820 bales; exports
coastwise 69; sales foo; stock 15,484; weekly net
re^ "?ts 13,075; exports coastwise 10,613; sales
WILMINGTON, December 20.
Co tn i qnlet; net receipts 280 bales; exports
coast wi ^2; tales ;t6; stock 2918; weekly 1 et re?
ceipts ilk exports coastwise 1812; sales 436.
SAVANNAH, December io.
Cotton q. -t and Arm; ordinary 17Xc; go d or?
dinary 17X low middlings 18X0; midd inge
18Xal9Xc; L receipts 6696 bales; exports to
Great Brittan 1343: coastwise 1524; sales 1883*
stock 8469; weekly Let receipts 26.763; exports to
Great Britain Mio; coast wi c 9065; sales 14,439.
AUGUSTA. December 20.
Cotton In modetale demand; receipts 1662
bales; exports to Great Britain un; sales MM.
weekly receipts 7812 ; sales 6997; suck 8816; con?
sumption 3iif shipments 68S8.
MACON, December 20.
Cotton steady ; weukly receipts 3023 bales; shin,
ments 2276; stock 12,468. ?
COLUMBUS, December 20.
Cotton quiet; weekly receipts 2929 bales; snip
menta 1624; spinnen, 170; siock 9930.
MONTGOMERY, December io.
Cotton steady; receipts 2192 bales; shipments
273; Stock 12,036. *
M SELMA, December 20.
Receipts of cotton to-day 1864 baleB; shipments
2204; Stock 6817. 1 ^
?n MOBILE. December 20.
OottorSgHat and euler; good ordinary I8c; low
mlddllngslSX; middling lox ; receipts this day
irai bales; exports to Great Britain 2602; coast
wLe 1182; eales 49CO; stock 42,148; receipts for
the week 1898; exports to ?Great Britain V234
|.continent 946; ccaitw.se 7633; Balee 1000.
NASHTILLB, December 20.
Cotton quiet; reailpts for the week 37H: enl??
mente 2792; Stockeis. y
MBMPHIS, December 20.
Cotton quiet but Arra ; receipts to-day 2485 bales1
shipments 1832; saltia 11,600; receipts for the week
18,180; shipments lii,607; stock 3664.
Nsw ORLEANS, December 20.
Colton easier; good ordinary l8al8Xc; low mid?
dlings IBXC; middlings lwxaiexc: net receipts
9487 bales, gross 11,287; exports to Continent
3800; sales 800, last evening 8700; stock 172 324
weekly net receipts S2.no, gross 39,361; exports to'
Great Britain l?,46i, to Continent 12,661, coast?
wise 6689; sales 3l,ooo. .'
GALVESTON, Dec em er 20.
Cotton steady; net receipts 1715 bales: sales
1000; stock 74,843; weekly net receipts 9578; ex?
ports to Great Britain 1715, to Continent 1425.
coastwise 1664; salen 10,350.
PE0V.SI0N8 AND PBODOdk MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, December 20.
Noon.-Breadstuf's firm. Corn 28s 3d?28s ed.
Lard 88s. Pork, new eas.
NBW YOBK; December 20.
Noon.-Flour dull. Wheat unchanged, corn
dull, 0 d Western mixed eoaeoxc. Pork dull and
unchanged, new i;l4, old $13 ?5. Lard weak,
Western steam 7>;c. Turpentine firm at eoe.
Rosin $3 75.
Evening.-Flour dull and unchanged. Whiskey
decidedly lower, at 97xc Winter wheat scarce
and Arm; red Westein $1 65al 80. Corn steady
and In favor of bnjers. Rice quiet. Pork a shade
easier; new $13 ;6a$14. Lard weak. Naval
stores steady. Tallow quiet.
CINCINNATI. Decem ber 20.
Flour Arm. Cou, steady. Port a shade lower,
at $11 75. Lard steady. Shoulders in good de?
mand; ?ides easier; clear rib 7Xc; clear 8c. Whis?
New Yo rk nice market.
The Dally Bulletin of December 18 Bays : Caroli?
na ls selling only lt. a small Jobbing way, in con?
sequence of the strong prices and lateness of the
season. Foreign grades are tn fair demand.
We note sales or 200 hags Rangoon at 6Xa7Xc,
and 40 tos. Carolins, at "Xa8Xc. 1 J
?_, f -
We* York Suva 1 S tores Market. -
SrnenMT7 SS bblfl? TOa?i> an<1 178 do/spirits
nra? an? r?18 ^rpentine condones to lm
with 82kCh S fnl0BTe ?ttODK.
bbi? ^^aS^?*??"* MBwv. Sales ?6
la d^cidpRi?,?78 b,?la-at 6?C- strained rosin
M^h?1st5?2ft?SiM tbeolose little, ir any.
SS M and ?h^? ,3 76- 8alea 800 ?bla. at
Interior Cotton Marken
Sales to-day 10t balee?utfS^19'
About m bales luw8^.^T^?^.
wee* ending the nth. The ?Spit'hesTbeiMf
with a good demand and a.lgnt advance. w?
quote ordinary lie; g00u ordinal 16?? tow I
dung 17*; middling nj,; strict midd?ng 18X?
_ - MACON. De .emsrr is
.n3S35F*5 *?Uw demand Terejlgraoesor
cotton to day from good ordinary up: out with
? nwS?ra???Kbelow ??2S ordlnarJ th? inarkTls
c owded, with a very light demand. The market
closed easy at yesterday's prices* aa rouows .
Clean red l6Xai7c; ordinary l^lYtOt^otSC
?ataRSr. y were 442 b81e?; ?2;
_. , COLUMBUS, December 18.
1BT7?8i raarket showed a good demand, ordinary
JSXalTc; good ordinary I7*al7)i; low middlings
?L??T? 18*al?X- sales 858 bales; re?
ceipts 620; shipments 209.
Receipt? per KaiiroM, Deoembur ?0.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2140 ba es cotton, 71 bales goods, loo bbls nour.
4 cats stock. To Railroad Agent, Heeder A Daviit
^f.08, A ,i^llnaB- PeUier' "odgers A co
A B Mulligan, w W smith. W B Wilhams A Son
Kinsman A Howe?, Q w WUUams A co. Chapean
A Heffron, L D DeSauasure A S Smith, Murdauirt
A We;kley, Mowry A son W P Dowling, Counts A
Wroton. WiB8 4ci,BH Frost A co, W B Smith A
co, Pringle A Son, sloan A Selgnlous, Manton i A
W C Courtney A co, Trennolm A son, a A Hopley
A co, B O'Neill, street Bros A co, Camp-en A co
F D C Kracke. G Graveley, W H Jones A co.
801 bales uplsnd and 17 bags sea Island cotton
53 bbls spirits turpentine, 883 bbia rosin, can
lamber, nidee, Ac. To E H Frost A co. W S
Kyan, A J Salinas, O H Walter A co, Caldwell ?
Son, T p smith, A S Smith, Vf 0 Courtney A co
Barden A Parker, Tretinoins A Son. F O Mey
Kuvenel A co, Pelzer, Rodgers A co, Murdaugb i
Weekley, W c Bee A co, Pringle A Son, Witt?
Bros. Reeder A Davis, Ingrsham A Son, Kinsmat
A Bowell, 8 D Stoney, W P Dowling, o w WU
Hams A co, Gaillard je Mino t, Railroad Agent
Order, and others.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
66 bales upland and 48 bsgs sea Island cotton
40 bbls rotin, - bbls spirits turpentine, I2i
bushels rough rice, cars lumber, mdse, Ac. T<
Reeder A Davis, Gaillard A Mlnott, Plnckne'
Bros, Witte Bn 8, J R Pringle A Son W ? Bee j
co, Fraser A Dill. W Gurney. J O II Uaus-en, Ja
Wiley A co, W A Boyle, 0 B Capers, W 0 Miller, 1
wilson, S Mitchell Pelzer, Rodgers A co, W 1
Dowling, E Barnwell, Mowry A son, J E .Poyai
J R Mur, Bavenel A co, A Jones, H Albright. 1
Geddes, Crawley A Dehon, Barden A Parker, an<
CHARLESTON, B. C....DECEMBER 21, 187"
Lat 86 deg 46 min 83 sec | Lon 70 deg 67 min 27 sec
Sloop Ellen, -, Cooper River. 600 bushel
rough rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Sloop Rebecca Granville,-, from Pon POE
ooo bushels rough rice. To Jas R Pringle i
Boat from Christ Church. 8 bags sea Islan
cotton. To Kinsman A HowelL
Received from Sennett's M11L 94 tierces rice
To Q H Ingrabam A Son, H Bischoff A co, J i
Schlrmer and OF Wleiers.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Bunter, Phlladelphia
W A Courtenay.
swedish brig Anna Jansen, London-J M Fredi
sehr Index, Garrison, New York-Street Bro
t'cur J H Stickney, Fooks, Baltimore-Stree
Bros A CO.
Sehr John D Paige, Haley, Camden, N J-Cone:
Bohr M E Smith, Greene, Camden, N J-Oohe
PROM THIS PORT. -
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull, at New Yorl
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, at Philadelphli
sehr R R Vaughan, Thompson, at Philadelphli
Scbr Lewis Ehrman, Fooks, at Baltimore. Di
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, at Baltimore, Decen
Sehr A F Ames, Achorn, at Baltimore Decen:
OP FOR THIS POAT.
Sehr Abby R Bentley, Mehaffey, at New Yorl
Sehr Wm Penn, Thompson, at New York, D<
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New Yorl
Sehr Emily H Naylor, Naylor, at Phllsdelphli
sehr Alice Borda, Dukes, at New York, Decen
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Spanish brig Paco, Estrella, from Clenfnegoi
December 7. .
spanish brig Hugo, Guanabens, Havana, D?
cern ber 7.
MARINE NEWS RY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORE, December 20.
Arrived, Strickland, Java, Orleans, Al-atla aa?
A telegram received by Meura street Bros A cc
from Baltimore, reports scbrs Maioaka and A J
Ames arrived all light; also Lewis Ehrman,-wit
loss bf main ard mizzenmasts.
The Sehr Julia W Floyd, Dayton, for Georgi
town, S C. oleared at New York, December 18.
The Behr Ridgewood, Henderson, for George
town, s 0, cleared at New York, December 17.
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THI8 FORT.
F O R~?7o N.
Br bark Tiber, Lewis, np.dec
Br Bark Georgianna, Mann, Bid.Nov 1<
The Galona, smith, up.Nov 2
The Onward, Bullard, cid.Oct S
I The Augusta, Onderberg, ss lied....Oct <
1 The Santander, Miles, cleared.Oct
Ship Morella, -, sid.,.Oct 2
Bar K Sap he, Wilbur, up.....Oct l
Br bark mom edon, shaw, up.Dec
Ger'n bark Leopold me Frande, Voght, aid.. Dec
Span brig Manuela, Aguirre, sid.Dec
Span brig Hugo, G uar o ben, sid.Deo 1
Spanish brig Paco, Estrella sid..Dec
Spanish bark Clscow, Mo rag?es, sid.nov 21
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, ord....Dec r
Sehr Wm penn, Thompson, up.Dec 1
Sehr Abby K Bentley, Mehaffey. np.Deo!
>chr Jonas Srattn, Hodgkinson, cid.Dec li
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wvatt, up.Dec I
Sehr Carrie 8 Webb, Boman, cid.Dec 1
8chr s C Webb.-op.Deo ?
Sour LUy, Hughes, cid.Dec
Brig O C Colson, Payson, up.Nov 21
Brig wm H Parks, Dix. cleared.Dee ll
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cid.Dec ll
Sehr U C Rommen, Risley, cid..Dec ll
' bark J-.TO rae Jones. Kenney, cid.Nov 2<
Brig Edith Hall, Oliver, cid.V.Dec 1
sehr Grave, , np.Deo 1?
Sehr Skylark, Lorlng, up..Deo 4
Sehr J P Wyman, Perry, cid.Dec li
Sehr A L Butler, Webber, cid.Deo ll
Sehr B F Lowell, Burton, up.Nov 2i
Sehr R KiVaughan. Thompson, sid.Dec 11
Sehr Estelle Day, Casey, cid.Dec 14
Sehr F St Clair. Edwards, cid.Nov 2C
Sehr Caroline Young, Young, cid.Nov 2i
Sehr George Burton, Sclover. cid.Dec ?
Sehr A E Babcock, Lee. cleared.Dec IC
FOR SALE, THE LIGHT DEAF!
Steamer BENNETTSVILLE, built In 1871,
burthen 103 ton?, length 113 feet, beam overall
24 feet, depth of bold 6 feet 3 Inches, draft lient
2 feet, draft loaded 4 feet 6 inches, carrying capa?
city 500 barrels Naval Stores. High Pressure En?
gine, Diameter of cylinder 16 Inches, Stroke 6
feet, lo complete order and ready for immediate
use. Apply to
RAVENEL, HOLME!} A CO.,
deci8-wfm8 No. BO East Bay.
The flrat-claas Iron Bri? SANTQNAr-^Jfci,
(capacity 700 bales cotton.) Antonio de 32HL
Orlon, Master; will load for the aboveportT1^7
for lrelfnt engagements, apply to rata turi t wj ;
BOBfciT MURE * 0O, - :
decal Central Wnarf.
The Al I-on Bark "MAQNET, Wm. ^AA
Brown, Master, will-have dlapalct? for the SSE
above port. ; : ; J ;?. j. s\ i
For Freight Engagements apply to
OlBBfS * BARNWELL,
decl3 jj , - North Atlanttc Wharf.
FOB NEW TO S K. o> A
The Splendid Side-wheel Steamship CHAMPION,
R. w. Lockwood, Commander, will san (rom
Adger'd Benth wharf, on 8 ATC RD AT, the 21st
Instant, at ll o'clock A.M. . T
For Freight or Passage engagements aonrr to
decio-ihsa J AM Ka ADO BB A CO.. Agent?.
THE PHILADELPHIA. IBON STEAM
THE FIRST-LASS IRQ?J SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley, .
GULF STREAM, Captain finnier, *
Arc now regularly on the'L?TJC, injuring a flrst
cuaas wa connection between fhlladelphli, and
charir-atotvaad in-alllar.ca'wnh. RBUJC^?BB**?
mes ?t both? tenmnl ^S^SSBSa3S?X^
to and from au points In the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Lotrts,Chicagoar.dtbe
principal cities of the Northwest, Boston, Provi?
dence and the Eastern Manufacturing Centres.
MW The VILLIS IA is appointed to sall from
MW The GOLF STREAM, will follow, a ,
For particulars or Freight arrangements, ascii
to WM. A. COCm'KNAT. Union WharvaL
w. p. CLYDE 4 CO., General Agent*,-No. U
Sooth Delaware Phitn^fc^ rVt
JOB B A LT IM; OR iL
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILT, AND THROUGH
AND THE CITIK8 OP- THE HORTHWE8T.
. '. .0 ;--v .-..!r.i?is,: :'St. * , '
The Fl ne Steamship MARYLAND^ J^ Johnson,
Com mander;wm sanroTBatt^^ ~"
2Lat December, at l o'clock P. M. ".
Mfg* Philadelphia Freights forwarded' to that -
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi
donal insurance, and Oonsignees are allowed
ample time to sample and ?Bli their Goods Ina M
the Railroad Depot in Philadelphia,
deci7 5_No. a Union Wharves.
?\ H A NOE o r -ff aaa* U^LB.
AND WEYMOUTH MILLS. ?
? .* ; v;"i .** *>*C ti -5
FROM SOUTH COMMERCIAL WHARF.
, ' ;* . i
On and after 1st De : eran et th? -.^jjr^k
Steamer EMILIE, Captain C. '0.rfaSBE
White, will leave Charleston as above evBry aw
DAT and WBDNBRDAT N 0HT3. at e o'clock. - And
retamtcg, leave Georgetown every TUBBBAYBnd
FBIDAT MORNTKQS, atAO'OlOCk. - - . . ?' i V>
Freight received every SAHTBDAT and WDJTSV ;
D Ali ^e^ht recifti|h^
North Atlantic Wharf.
A. MORGAN, Agent, Georgetown, 8. a
? oot7'4ath|8&Olf,A Y' .* 3l S^lflCff ;
Fv ? R S A V A N N A H, -
,\ \. . ? .?- -fc>W-?5? . iSi) .OyL^
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SUNDAY EVENING, .
AT 8 .O'CLOCK. ..
The splendid side-Wheel Steamers F .?rT^>
DICTATOR and CITY POINT WUI^CSBBM
leaveSontheraWnwtMabovfc . : - ^LHR^.
No extra charge made for Meals and State
I* fyi rp fl
For Freight and *^gjg^ g
Corner Vanderhorst'a Wharf and EastRay.
deon _" ' *.
pOS SAVANNAH AND BEAUFORT ?
SEMI-WEEKLY, . -?'?:->
AND PACLFIC AND CHISOLM* j
: Plicae &fc?t$ii&
Cap iain W. r. McNelty,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf " _*iT^?.
every MONDAY and TBURSDAT MoBN-?aj3HHg
IMO, at 8 o'clock, for Savannah ai a fleawort,
lonchlng at Pactflc and Chlcolm's Landings every
Returning, will leave Savannah TTJXSDAYB and
Freight received WrhjraiDAT. and SATUBDAT,
arjd must be prepaid to all po tn ts except Beaufort
andSavannah. . rrj y *-\.,
Freight received for pom u on sa van nah River,
to be t rans fer red to Steamer CLYDE. '
For Freight or Passage apply to Captain on
board, or to BAVENKL, HOLMES * CO.,
decl4-s w ' tl .'Naso East Bay.
OR FLORID Ay,.
DICTATOR. Captain L. ML <^%MMR
4 OCTY POINT, captain
: >tAQStk COVE SPRINGS,
9 . . ST. AUGUSTINE.
t cialivadaDted for the Florida trade, artil
I ?^MEANS OF MAOHING FLORIDA. They
formule Staterooms, and make. NQ^WgBA
> ??,f& surat??SS
? chr^n?^<t at Fernandina with Florida Balttoad?
' ros all Points m the interior, and with Byroad
[or ?rieans aid Havan?; via Cedar Keys,
j ^Freight or^P^appjrto -
, earner Vanderhorst's Wharf and Bast Bay.
i deca_ '.
CITY HALL, OFFICE OtiBP&jg
COUNOIL, CHARLESTON, & ?, NOVEMBER
218T 1871-Se^ed estimates wlU be received at
' thia office ?oUiT?B8DAT, December M,im, BJ
4 o'clock P. M., for the conversion of th? old
workhouse inw a City Hospital, and for tnere
i owing: o"tte MaaycitWt HosBltsL tte^auing
a??ie buildings ^ud for tte^isane, tte
nreaent building u^ed as a Bakery, andtnecon
?trucuon" f new buildings for Hospitalier the
insane, ?he Bakery and Servant*' f tt
The offers will state separately tbe cost or t^e
alterations, Ac. or the Sf?i>Stttft9C
1 zlne street, the alterations and repairs or we MA
eves atrTet Hospital, the pulling down of the
fngnew one fte pulling ^Jr^JgS? ,
^d%?ions in the offlce| tba clljW
nd,ecl3thmfiu4 'clerk of CounoU,