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MEETINGS THIS DAT.
La Ci?deur Lodge, A. F. H., at half-past 6
Stonewall Lodge, K. P., at 7 P. M.
Clumber of Commerce, at 7 P. M.
AUCTION 8Ali SB THIS DAT.
WQllarn McKay will ? ell at 10 o'clock-, at his
store, dr; goods, notions, Ac.
B. M. Marshall & Brother will sell at ll
o'clock, at residence* west side of Jasper's
Court, household farnltnre.
The Stonewall Fire Engine Company, run?
ning hosereel npon the pavement in King
street, between Market and Beresford streets*
continued. The fire at No. 13 Legare street,
wat referred to the chief of the Fire Depart?
ment and the city recorder for investigation.
THE PORTRAIT OF THB ZATH ALFRED
Tbe portrait or the Hon. Alfred Enger,
whloh was disposed of at the Cb a m ber of Oom- j
maree rooms on Friday, was painted by Mr.
Bogle during the winter of 1871-73. It ls a
striking likeness, and does great credit to the
well known skill or the artist who painted it
for the Confederate Widows1 Home. Mr.
Hngerwas known and honored thoroughout
South Carolina, and lt ls a great satisfaction to
his friends that so fine a portrait of him
?boald have been taken In almost the last days
of his life.
- The audience at the Academy of Music OD
Saturday evening, though not as large as on
the opening night, was as good as even happy
Gal Wagner himself could have hoped for in
snob biting cold weather. Tbe programme, as
had been promised, was entirely new, with
the exception of Fred. Wilson's Grecian
Statue act, which ls loo good to be omitted.
The singing, especially In the quartettes, was
realy fine. Cal Wagner and Sam Price were,
as nsnal, the bright stars in the galaxy, bat |
whilst OD the first night Price took the palm,
old Cal's B tar wasln the asoendant on Saturday
evening, and he bore Ute laurels. A new bill
LOCA L LACONICS.
-Another mite of $1 60 received for the
Fuel Society. More wanted I
-A rehearsal of the oratorio of the Creation
will take place at eight o'elock to-night.
-Easterly and southerly winds, wlthln
. creasing cloudiness, ls predicted for lae
Southeastern States to-day.
-A chimney at No. 376 King street blazed
op about half-past eight o'clock on Saturday
morning. The flames died out without doing
-Alderman W. B. Smith, with his wife and
daughter, and Kiss Gibbon, arrived In New
York yesterday on the steamship Oce?nica,
o? the White Sbir Line, hating bad a very
-The Rev. C. B. Northrop, of St, Mary's
Church, was presented with a gold-headed
cane on Christmas evening, by the teachers
.nd pupils of the catechism classes or that
-On Saturday evening the South Carolina
train, on the Camden branch, about twenty
~ two miles Ito m Ringville, ran over some cows,
which threw the engine from-tub traca,-rmr
engineer, Mr. Miles, broke hts leg. None of
the passengers were In any way Injured.
-There was a very pleasant entertainment
on Saturday aboard of Mr. Morgan's new
steamer, the Louisa. Hearty good wishes
s wore expressed for the prosperity of the
steamer, of ber owner, Mr. Morgan, of her
captain, Mr. N. T. Slawsoo, and of her agents,
Meters; Shackelford ? Selly, la all whlob, In
spirit, Tax News Joins.
-A depraved wretch, without regard for ?
the feelings of the oommunlty, etc'- Dr.
Joseph> Blackman'! thermometer on Sunday
evening-that thermometer whlob has so
often -made the passers-by button up their
coats with a shiver. May it give cold oomfort
to Its dishonest possessor. The next will be
guarded by a torpedo, filled with a ohemical
compound, warranted to kill a thief at Sight.
IT. X. I.-BIRTH DA F BULLETINS.
.Letter* fro tn General Coaster, Colonel
Simons ?nd Or. Robert Lobby, "a
Meaeberr of 1934.''
CUABLISTON, November 4, 1872.
To 0. 0. Trumbo, Esq., Secretary:
DEAR Brx-I am In receipt of your note of ?
11th October, enclosing resolutions of the W. L.
I. Rifle Club, and with pleasure accept the In?
vitation to resume honorary relations with the
company, and beg to express my g ratification
at tne revival ot the military features or the
old W. L. L Yery truly yours,
Bx-Captaln W. L. L Vols.
Io G. 0. Trumbo, Esq., Secretary:
DEAR Sm-Your letter requesting me to
accept and reassume the relations ol honorary
member of your company has boen received,
and the invitation ls cordially accepted.
Whether regarded as an association with
those who have preceded me, or a renewal ol
the many ties which have connected me per?
sonally in the bonds of friendship and frater?
nity, the call ls equally inspiring and gratify?
The names of my family who have In the
past been honored with your confidence, the
very flag of Eutato, presented by those who
are akin to me In blood and marriage, and the
many acts of kindness and regard extended
to me while an active member of the Wash?
ington Light Infantry, all bind me, In the
eloseat ties, to your corps, and ID the warmest
wishes lor your success and prosperity.
Permit me to congratulate you on the hap?
py auspices under whloh you will assemble in
February next, and on the futnre which thns
brightly opens, and to assure you that there la
no one who more highly appreciates the past
or ls more Identified with your present, and
hopeful of your future, than yours, with the
highest regard and esteem.
THOMAS Y. SIMONS.
CBAKLEBTON, November 6, 1872.
fo 0. O. Trumbo, Esq., Secretary :
DKAR SIR-I have the honor to acknowl?
edge the receipt of your commanicatloa trans?
mitting the resolutions of the Washington
Light Infantry Bifle CrvAb^invitlog me to hon?
orary membership witn^tqis organization
which yon DOW represent. I accept slr this
Invitation with feelings of prideiSd pleasure
especially as lt brings to recoUecSon that
when a youth, I was In the ranks of thraonie
corp?, which, with the old Frenoh Fnslle&v
Captain Foll?n, formed and composed the
body guard of the Illustrious Marquis de La?
fayette, wheo fae visited Charleston; also
when the widow of the gallant Colonel Wil?
liam Washington presented the Eutaw flag to
our noble corps, I was present in the ranks,
.nd was detailed as one of the color guard on
receiving the flag from our beloved captain.
W. H. Miller. r
Identified in mrny other memorable eveots I '
connected with the old corps, lt ls with ead I <
and melancholy feelings Impressed upon me
that I see very few of my old comrades in
ranks ol the W.L. I. or that date. 1
Again thanking your club for this kind and 1
Olatloguished remembrance of an old comrade <
in arms, let me urge upon the youtbtul mern- \
a;rs of your clubto preserve and perpetuate i
stogie defendant remains to keep lt Intact, (
?nd hand lt down to posterity. With great
respect, I remain, an old comrade, -
ROBERT LIBBY, Sr.. M. D
A member yt the W. L. L 1834.
A BARK OK WIRE.
Two ThoBiaud Bales ot Cotton Barned
or Sank-A. Loss of 9900,000.
The sharp clanging of the alarm bells be?
tween seven and eight o'clock on Saturday
evening camed considerable uneasiness, un?
til lt was ascertained that tbe fire, In all prob,
ability, would be confined to the place ia
whloh lt brake out, the hold o?
TES BAR? J. E. D?FF?8
lying at South Atlaatlo wharf, nearly ready
for sea. The stevedores had been at work
until the uBual hour for knocking off, andas
late as six o'clook some of the orew, who
were in the forward hold, saw no signs of
anything wrong. At hall-past Beven o'clock,
however, the steward Baw a oloud of smoke
above the forecastle. This was the first sign
of danger. The smoke soon became BO
dense that the captain and orew could not
er4? the hold, and a messenger was dis?
patched to the Malu Guardhouse to give the
alarm and call lor help.
T3S ALARM WAS SOUNDED,
sind in a few minutes several powerful steam?
ers came up, ready for action. A cataract of
water was poured into the hold of the vessel,
and during the night the engines were stead
j Hy at work. Before morning the firemen were
completely exhausted, and at six o'clock A.
If. the alarm was again sounded, calling out
as a relief the eoglnes of fire district No. 2.
This ringing of the bells led to tbe erroneous
belief that a second Ara had broken out. AB
soon as the smoke oleared away there was
A VM0RCTJ8 ATTEMPT TO SAVE THE CAROO
of the Daffi.?. The hold was broken open,
but only a small number of the precious bales
could be taken out. Even these were so
much burned as to require to be thrown over?
board. As IB usually tbe case with burned
oolloo, :the flames were ready to break out
afresh as soon as the staple was exposed to the
THE ORIGIN OF THE FIRE
remains a mystery, as the storage of tbat part
of the bark ia whloh the fire made its appear?
ance was completed a week ago. Ia dealing
with the fire the only proper course was to
endeavor to Bink the vessel, whloh now Uee
on th? mud, with a Hst to the port side. Aa
sooo as possible the bark will be pumped out
aod the cotton removed, but lt ls feared that
there will be
NEARLY A TOTAL LOBS OF THE CAROO,
wbloh consists of 2249 bales upland cotton,
shipped by the following merobants :
Gibbes * Barnwell.1099 bales
Lesee ne ? Wells.600 bales
Pinckney Bros.300 bales
T. B. Havne.100-bales
B. G. Wilkins St Co.250 bales
The cargo was worth about $200,000, and ls
probably covered by insurance inlorelgn and
Northern companies, including a risk of $20,
000, gold, ia tho Orient Insurance Company,
of which Mesan. Hager Si Bavenel are the
THE DLL-FATED BARK
was nader charter to Messrs. B. 0. Wilkins &
Co., of Charleston, and was about to sall for
Bremeo. She belongs to Yarmouth ($. 8.1
and ls of about 676 tons burden. She was
built la 1864, and L&d tbe largest cargo ever
taken by ber, amounting to about one million
pounds, against eight hundred thousand
pounds, whloh formed her cargo when she
sailed ont of Savannah.
ACCIDENT AT THE FIRE.
During the rush to the burning vessel oa
Saturday night, when the alarm was given,
several mea ware knocked overboard, sad lt
ls feared that some of them were drowned.
The c?ptala of a neighboring vessel, wbofaH
overboard, would certainly have found a
watery grave but for the prompt assistance of
Lieutenant Fordham, of the police, and or a
gallant fireman, wbo plunged into the freezing
water and rescued bim.
At dark last evening the engines had oeased
working, and the fire appeared to be extin?
guished, tba vessel belog submerged nearly to
the dook, and about ona hundred or more
bales ot cotton had been placed OD the
SUNDAY SCHOOL CELEBRATIONS.
St. John's Luther?? Sunday Behool.
The Christmas festival of BL John's Lutheran
Sunday School took place in that church yes?
terday afternoon before a fair congregation.
The children sung a Christmas chant with
mrch sweetness and efleet, after which the
pastor, the Bev. T. W. Doab., preached an In?
teresting sermon upon the duty of all to be
bappy. In conclusion, the children, accom?
panied by the choir and congregation, sang
"Nearer, my God, to Thee."
Thc First Baptist Charon.
A pleasing oeremoay took plaoe at the First
Baptist yesterday afternooa, lt belog the
quarterly [celebration of its Sunday school.
There was a good attendance ot children and
grown persons. The exeroises were opened
with prayer, and, [after reading a portion of
the Scriptures aod einging some appropriate
hymns, tbe report of the superintendent was
read. This gave a very flatterlog exhibit of
the condition of the school, showing a punc?
tual attendance of both scholars and teachers
during the past quarter. Appropriate remarks
were then made by the superintendent, and,
after again uniting In staging, a collection was
taken up, and the exercises were closed with
Ja .-?s Gallagher, the keeper of a sailors
boarding house, who was arrested about three
weeks ago, charged with beating aod kidnap?
ping a white man named Edward Selly, was
examined on Saturday last, by Trial Justice
Mackey. Kelly had no witnesses. The wit?
nesses brought forward by Gallagher testified
that he was assaulted by Kelly, and that he
aoted wholly upon the defensive. Mr. Mackey
thereupon dismissed the oase.
Gallagher was subsequently re-arrested,
however, upon a warrant of Trial Justice
Levy, issued at the instance of Solicitor Buttz,
and bound over for the inferior Court. It Is
said that Solicitor Butte, while la Washington
recently, received several anonymous letters
intimating that the oase against Gallagher
would be dropped.
HOTEL ABBI VALS-DEC. ?8 AND SP.
Samuel TD Ford, Baltimore; G A Townley,
F B Lawrence, W R Wright, Frank Kerns, Kew
York; A J O'Brien, Georgia; Jas Talmage, Jae D
Whitman, Houston; T Wosborne. Florida; WH
Daniel. Savannah; J B Bau aod wire, Melton, N Y;
aw Barton, A A Conner, South Carolina; A J
Dorrie^Northeastern Railroad; M A Glynn, Ma
tanzas; j H Burgess, Columbia; W G Brown, J
Farrell and wire, New York; R O Boss and wife,
airs W G Brown and daughter, Wilmington; Q
Frledlandey. Brunswick, Ga; E A Marshall, Phlla
lslphla; S W steels. Worcester, Mass; W Aiken
md wife, New Haven; Mrs 0Hawkins, Savannah;
?eaerai W B Tlbbets, Troy, N Y.
B R Scott, Spring fi; ld, Tenn.; A Knox, Mt.
Pleasant; Mrs Mrs M Dunnahay,-Miss H Dunna
lay, south carolina; A S Duran, Baltimore; -
J.alg, city; s P Bryan, Salters, NB R h; B
Winthem, Gourdln'a; Geo Eggleston, Chicago, lil;
t M Flyn, New York; Fred Averts, Jas B Grant,
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
Ine Watches, gold Opera and Vest Chains, go
o Allan's, 307 King street.
Fey EBAL OF MB. BASON.-The funeral of
Mr. T. D. Bason took plaoe at the Unitarian
Church, Arc?dale street, at hall-past twelve
o'clock cn Saturday. The church was crowd?
ed with friends of tue deceased. After the
performance of the services by the Rev. Jas.
Boyd, the body was carried to Magnolia Cem?
etery and Interred iq the family burial
ground. ? _ _ _ ?
Nsw YEAR .BONOS.-Have you heard the
wonderful Mechanical Singing Bird? If not,
go io Allan's, 807 Bing street
FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., 276 King
street, have this day reduced all their winter
and seasonable goods, comprising the best se?
lected stock of Dry Good?, Carpets, Ac.
FCRCHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co. are the sole
agents of the celebrated Chellly Kid Gloves,
each pair warranted; also, offer a good One
Button Glove at $1; Two Button Glove $1 26.
HOT BED SASH ! HOT BED SASH l-TWO thou?
sand Hot Bed Bash Just completed, and now
ready for delivery t price low. Call and ex?
amine same at P. P. Toalers, Nos. 20 Hayne,
and 33 Pinckey streets, or OD Horlbeck's
Wharf. . dec30
WE WOULD call the attention of our young
men who are out of employment, and are
competent to rnn a small engine, to the ad?
vertisement in this day's NEWS of our neigh?
bors, Messrs. Walker, Evans A Cogswell. It
ls a good chanoe for one of them to get a
OTTO SONNTAG, Dyer and Scourer, No. 34
Wentworth street, near Artesian Well, has
dyed, cleaned and renewed over 1600 gentle?
men's coats, overcoats, sacks, pants, vests,
Ac, the past year, and begs for the kind
patronage for the coming year. dec30-l*
DIARIES FOB 1873_A large and varied
stock. All the Hoer kinds are prefaced by an
almanac, rates of postage and other valuable
Information, and have at the end pagea for
cash accounts. Diaries with one, OT two, or
three days to page, and all substantially
bound, prloes from 26 cents to $2 60. For aale
by WALKER, EVANS A COGSWELL, NO. 3 Broad
LEDGERS, CASH AND DAT BOOKS, AND JOUR?
NALS-In all the standard sizes, and In various
Dindings. Prices and qualities to suit all wants.
Prices ranging lrom 20 cents per quire to
$2 60. Oar oew style of Full Bussia, and also
of Half Busala, are most elegant and durable,
and not more expensive than the old style of J
Busala Bands, which they are last superseding.
We use on our C and H grades ot Book the
best paper to be had In this country,an d having
the Books mada here, we know that the work
ls thoroughly done,'.anda most serviceable,
durable and elegant Book made. WALKER,
EVANS A COGSWELL, NO. 3 Broad street.
Ix FtTEOBAsiNG a Sewing Machine it is
always safest to trust known dealers, who
will be here when wanted. Never trust to
thoie who warrant for five years, as they do
not expect to be where you eau reach them a
! quarter of that time. dec21
THE WEED F. F. Sewing Machine bas never
been beaten In a fair test, and has a!wayB
taken the highest position as a simple, dura?
ble and reliable machine. D. B. Haselton, 307
ElDg street, _ _dec21
Tana ARK Weed F. F. Sewing Machines In
this city whloh are doing all the work re?
quired, from ooach trimming and shoe making
to the finest work wanted in family sewing,
on the same machines. D. B. Haselton, 307
King street._ dec21
FANCY GOODS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-French
and German Fancy Boxes, Glove and Hand?
kerchief Fancy Boxes, Bets of four, five and
six Boxes, Ladles' Searls, Handkerchiefs and
Ties, Ladles' Fancy Fisc h us, Lace Collerettes,
Sets .md Handkerchiefs, Ac, Ac, Ac, now
open.ng at J. B. Bead A Co. decll-wtm
S. B. MARSHALL A Co., corner Biog and
Society streets, have on hand an elegant as?
sortment of Rodgers A Sons and Wosten
holm's Table and DesBert Boives, Carvers and
Steels; also, the greatest variety of Pooket
Knives, Scissors and Razors la cases, and
Ladles' Cutlery cases to be found In the city.
These goods are of the best quality, and have
been selected expressly for tbe holiday trade,
and are sold at low prices. dec6-mwfl2
Bro GLOVES 1 Km GLOVES I-J. R. Bead A
Co., No. 263 King street, call attention to
their large aseortment of low-priced Kid
Gloves, whloh they are offering at ll, $126,
ll 60 and $176. _ decll-wfm
PISH COVERS, Plats Covers, Plate Warmers,
Chafing Dishes, Toilet Sets, English Tea
Trays, Plated Spoons, Forks and Castors, Bird
Cages, Boys' and Men's Tool Chests, for sale,
at low prloea, by S. B. Marshall A co., corner
King and Society streets. dec6-mwfl2
KID GLOVES 1 KID GLOVES l-T. ?.. Bead A
Co., No. 263 King street, have this morning
opened another complete assortment of Har?
rie's Seamless Kid Gloves; also the "Victo?
ria" Kid Gloves, two buttons, alfi 76.
KEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-OJ baga
sea island cotton, 12*0 b lea upland cotto:>, ei tea
ric.*, 28 tes colton seed, 44 bales domestics, 45
BOSTON-Ptr steamship Mercedita-697 balee
cotton, 20 tierces clay, 200 bola rosin, and aun
.PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-381
balts cotton, 281 balea domestica, 128 tieices rice
27S bois naval st ores, 60 bags cocoannta, 60 pack
ages fruit, 21 tona old metal, 44 packages aun
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-188 bales
cotton. 246 tierces rice, 68 bales domestics, 46
casks clay, 863 bolt rosin, 269 empty bbls 17 hbds
sugar, 12 oates rags, 4 balea hides, 21,000 feet lum
ber, 86 packages.
NEW ORLEANS-Per achr Traveller-680 tierces
rices, 70 bags peas.
Th? Charleston Cotton, Rice and Naval
OrncB CHARLESTON HEWS, \
SATURDAY EVENING, December 28, 1872. j
COTTON.-This staple was in fair demand, the
market showing steadiness and rather more In
qniry for the lower qualities, while the line grades
wete srarce and firm; sales aboutnoo bales, say
2 at 14*, so at ie*, 21 at 16*, 60 at io*, 25 at 17,
st at 17LL 70 at 17*. 84 at 17*, 69 at l?, 34 at 18*.
192 at 15*, 44 at IB*, 42 at 18*, 92 at 18*, 100 at
18*, 81 at 19,68 at 19*, S at 19*, 67 at 19*, 14 at
19X. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.17X918*
Bm.-There was a moderate demand for this
grain at firm rates; sales about loo tierces clean
Carolina, jay 20 Heroes at 6*c, 20 at 7. ?a at 7*,
is .at 7*. We quote common to fair at 6*@7o,
good 7*07*o V S).
NAVAL STORIS.-The arrivals were light ; say
about U5 bbls rosin. There were no transactions
FREIGHTS,-To Liverpool, by steam, direct,_
on nplanda, -- on sea islands; via New York,
*d on uplands, - on sea islands; by
sall *d on uplands, and *d on sea islands. To
Havre, lc on uplands. Coastwise-tn New
'ort, by steam, Xe on uplands and -: on sea
llanda; $2 fl tierce on rice; eoe . bbl on rosin;
ty sall,-c V ft sn; cotton; -cv tierce on
1ce;60o * bbl on rosin; $11@12 fl M on lamber;
S ia 912 50 IV M on timber. To Boat. n, by steam
Ko on uplands and $2 GO fl tierce en rice; by sall,
-o ? ft on uplands; rosin 70o; resaired staff
1124)12 fie; timber $18018 fio; phosphate $6@s so.
re Providence,' by sall $10@ll ft M on boards;
-o ?i ft on cotton; by steam ftc via New Tors.
Po Philadelphia, by steam f?o on uplands: $1 75
St cask on rice; eoe ft bbl on rosin; $1 on spirits.
Through bills of lading given to Boston, Provi?
dence and tbe New England cities are regularly
issued on thia soute, and dispatch guaranteed.
By eau, $8 ? Moa boards; $12 on timber; - $
ton on clay; $8 60 on tnospbataa. To Baltimore,
by B toara -o ? nt; by sall $8@8 60fi lion
boards; - on tim mr; $8 60f ton at city; $i@
4 60 ft ton up river on phosphate rock. YeBBels
are in demand by our merchants to take lamber
freights from Georgetown. S. 0.. narien and Sat Li?
la River, Qa., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern
ports, and $10012 fi U are the rates on timber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20j?.
Do niano EXCHANGE.-Tue banks purchase
sight checks on New York at ft@ft per cent, off,
and sell at par.
Markets by Tclegrapn.
,' LONDON, December 28.
Noon.-Consols 8l*a9lft. Fives 89?.
PAEJB, December 28.
Neon.-Rentes 53f 10c
NEW YOBK, December 28.
Noon.-stocks dull Gold quiet at ii Jv Money
Erm at fta8-m per emt. per day. Exchange
long BX; short lotf. Governments dull but
cteady. State bonds very dull.
Evening -Freighti quiet. Bank Statement
loans decreased oneand a quarter millions; legal
tenders decrease tnree and a hair mllllocs. Mosey
closed at MG commfealon. Gold mian c. Gov?
ernments strong and steady with but little busi?
ness states'quiet.i Tenneeaees and virginia*
considered rather heavy.
S COTTON MARIETA.
LIVERPOOL, December 28.
Noon.-Cotton opened Arm; uplands l0.xd, Or?
Evening.-Cotton easier and unchanged.
NEW YORK. December 28.
Noon.-Cotton firm; sales 1624 bales; uplands
2o*c, Orleans 20ftc.
Evening.-Colton arm; sales 1624 bale?; mid?
dling uplands no*c; Orleans 2uft; net receipts
458 baits; gross 2(64 fcal;? or cotton futnies
20,400 bales, as follows: December 19ft, ie*;
January lax. ie 16-18; February 10 1MB, 20 l ie;
March 20 6-16, 20 :.;?; April 7?K\May 21, 211-10;
BOSTON, December 28.
Cotton-Net receipts 6B baled; gross 87; salea
800; stock 5600.
BALTIMORE, Deoember 28.
Cotton Arm; groas receipts 106 bales; exporta
cosatwiae 26; Balea 60; stock 1063.
NOBFOLK, December 28.
Cotton steady; net receipts 401 bales; exports
coastwise 182; sales 20O; stock 18.710.
WILMINGTON, December 28.
Cotton firm; net receipts 221 bales; stock 4046.
SAVANNAH, December 28.
Cotton Arm; ordinary l8ftc, low middling ie*,
middling 19ft; net lecelpte 4802 bales; exports 10
Great Bntaki 0022; coastwise 138; sales 3162; stock
AUGUSTA, December 28.
cotton opened with a fair demand for all
grides above ordinaries, closng steady at
isftc for Liverpool middlings; sales 821 bales;
MEMPHIS, December 29.
Cotton quiet and weak; receipts 747 nales;
sales flaO; stock 38,28?.
MOBILE, December 28.
Cotton Arm; net receipts ie ?7 bru es; exports
csist wise 1134; sales 160; stock t>B,9so.
MW ORLEANS, December 28.
Cotton Arm; good ordinary lssc low mlddUng
19ftc; net recepta 8484, groBs 3464; exports to
Great Britain 46tw; to the Continent 2682; consi
w.se itel; aales to-day 700 bales, last evening
88O0; stock 162,236.
GALVESTON, L scomber 28.
Cotton firm; net receipts 1.80 bales; Bales laoo;
exports to Great Britain 862; stock 60,808.
PROVISIONS AMD PRODOCE MARKETS.
LONDON, December 28.
Noon.-Tallow 446 3d.
LIVERPOOL, December 28.
Evening.-Wheat, red western 12s 2d; red win?
ter ils lodalla luftd. Corn 20a. Pork, new Ola
Cumberland cut Dscon 86s. common rosin 10a
NEW YOBK, DI comber 28.
Koon.-Flour ?steadier. Wheat strong, cora
?tMttrrold western mixed 66*c. Pork unhand
nominal at sis Maia 76. Lard quiet; steam lTfta
17 ftc. Turpem lae nun at sa^aouc. Boola $3 06a
Evening.-Flour quiet but Arm, Wheat a shade
armer. Corn quiet aod a shade easier. Pork
Arm at $13 60ai3 76. Lard steady. Navals duli
and he-vy. Groceries quiet bnt steady.
LouisviLLk, December ?8.
Flour In good demaud; CA tra family $0 76.
Corn Steady. Provisions strong and in fair de
mand. Pork $12 60. Bacon-shoulder^ 60; tides
8*a8*, packed. Whiskey quiet at 8t>c.
Weekly Augusta. Harket.
AUGUSTA, December 27.
COTTON REVIEW.-Durlug the week under ie
view our cotton market has malutalutd a Arm
tone, although mai ked wita but little activity,
i 'titringo have bxen limited or the hu uer grades,
m*.si in ri quest by cayera, and the intervention
or christmas combined to ehectc transau lona.
Tue exceeding uuid weather prevalent caoaird
great diaculty lu securing iranaportatlou of cot?
ton from the ml.roaus to thc wareliouaes-anoth?
er beiloiiB drawoack to a fuUwtek's ousluesa.
Tue estimate of the crop nov generally reacues
3,6uO,uoo ou?es, but no appreoeuaiun of an appre?
ciable decline in pilce li iel'.; at least noi- until
the tranapoitallou avenues io ?he great centres
are need from tue obstructions interpcatd by the ?
leoeut extraotdinury freeze, and 1 he accumula?
tions or colton In the interior go forward to swell
the receipts at tue principal porta. We annex
a resume of tue week's transactions:
saturday, 21- suatket opened witb a modera' e
demand for high grade*, and closed quiet at
18ftolor Llveipool middling; sales ila baits; re
Ccu td 1806.
Monday, 23.-Market opened steady, with a
i air demand, but oiterlnga were ligut, cloning
quiet at isftuisfto lur Liverpool mtudling; SEMS
1360 bales; receipts 1437 bales.
Tneaoay, 2<-The mai ktt opened with a fair
demand, mostly ror the belter qualities. t>nd
closed quiet at I8ftat8ftc for Liverpool middling;
salee lois bales; receipts i960.
Thursday, 26.-Tue market lulcd quiet durlug
the dav, with only a limited demand ror good
cottons, lt closed quiet at 18ftal8ftc for Liver?
pool middling; salea 630 balea; receipts 170. Tile
apiareot smallness 01 tuc receipt-, this uay was
due to the taut that there were 1800 bates ur un
deilvereu cotton at the Georgia Raimad, whion
could not be haudled for lack of local uanspurta
Friday, 27.-The market opened with a moderate
demand, but owing to the difficulty la getting
cotton irom the depots, offerings nave beetrlight
r nd trune act lon P. pin all. cloding at lb ftc tor Liver?
pool middling, aalen 778 balea; receipts 1U27 baku.
Total Balea or the week 4480 bair s ; receipts 0s95.
Colton Fulares.-The transacilous on 'change
lu iutare t-ales wi,s limited to Ku balee, May de?
livery, at i9ftc, on Saturday.
Receipt? per Kaiiroati, December ?48.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1418 ba es cotton, 41 bbis spirits turpentine, 13u
hula rosin, 2 cats stock, To Railroad Agent, Bar?
den A Parker, Whilden A Jones, Lesesne A Wells
>trett, Bros A co Trenholm A ton, Bollmaun
Bros. 0 F Wletera, G H Walter A co, Pclzer, Hedg?
ers A co, A J salinas. G W Williams A CO, E ll
Frost A co, A il Mulligan, W B smith & co, Wil?
liams, Black A Williams, C R Hoiniea. Wiss A OJ,
Kringle A sen, sloan A selgnlous, A Gage A 00.
116 tales upland cotton, 79 bbla rosin, cars lum
tier, mdse, Ac. To E U Frost A CO, W K Ky du,
A J Salinas, T P .smith, A S Smith, Mowry A bon
Caldwell A ton, W 0 Courtney A co. Trenholm A
ion. Haven el A co, G W wan am s A co, Pelzer,
Kodgera A co. Murdaugh A Weekley, J D Kirk?
patrick, W 0 Bee & co, Witto Bros, Reeder A
Davis, E Welling, R R Agent, and others.
?lret Quarter, 7th, 6 honra, 17 minnies, morning
Pull Muon, li th, 4 noniB, 26 minutes, evening.
I.aat Quarter, 22d, 8 hours, 62 minutes, evtnlag.
Sew Moon, 30th, 1 hours, 17 minutes, morning.
Per-steamship South Carolina, rrom New York
3r Brock, wire and 2 suns, Mr Walker, T E Mitch
:11, J wunama, W Fettle.
Per Bteamer Pilot Boy, rrom Beaut rt via Paclflc
ind OuleolnTs Landings-Rev Mr Carew, R B
itanley. W a Calven, and 1 on deck.
Per Bteamer City Fuint, rrom Palatks via Jack
lonvlile. Fernandina and Savannah. (Ja- G B
Fisher and wife, John Monroe, Mr Brown, and 6
Per steamer M S Allison, rrom Edlato, Ent?r?
in?e. Rockville and Way LandingB-Mr- Dr r P
Hiked and daughter. Mrs H B Bentz. Mra K H sea
irook, Mr E B seabrook Mr J Mitchell l.idv. child
ind zervant, Colonel W Whaley, G L Muraibllor, A
11 lark, W Whaieo, Jr. colonel H Weldon, Dr E
renkins, E 0 Whaley, Major J Jenkins, T u Mur
CHARLESTON, S. C_DECEMBER 30, 1872.
Lat 80 deg 40 mia 83 sea. | Loa 70 deg 67 mia 27 eeo.
ARRIVED ? ESTER, DAY.
steamship Son th Carolina, Rooken, Kew Tors
-left 27th Inst. Mdse. To Wai.ner, Hoger A co,
W A Courtenay S u Railroad Agent, N * Railroad
Agent, J Apple, E Batea A co, tum A Miller, T M
Briatoii A co, L Chap?n, Dowls, Moise A Davis,
Ellas A Bros. Fogat tie's Book S ore, D F Fleming
A co, W Carney, N A Bunt, M Lnbrs, McLoy A
Rice, J a Mtlnor A co, S R Mitrsnall A co, Man
tone A co, M H Nathan, J c OJemaan, E Perry, O
P foppen he: m, Ravenei A co, noach A Monett, W
P Russel, Ravenei, Holmes A co, W Steele, E B
Stoddard A co, W Shepherd A no, Steffens. Wer*
ner A Ducker, D S Sub Dept, and others.
- Spanish brig Panchito. Oalsa lo, Clenfaegos-13
days. Ballast. To W P Hall. :
M L sehr B M Hawkins, Wjatt, New York, -
days. Mdse and hay. To Reach A Monett, c D
Ahrena A co, J E Adger A co, Adams, Damon A
co, A M Adger, ti Bischoff A co, j u Voesch, J O
Brandt, Bollmann Broa, L Binder, T M Bristoll s
co, Bulcken A Webliinann. H Urloch, Cameron,
Barkley A co. Douglass A MllHr, Dowie, Moise a
DaviB, B Feldmann A co, Wm Barral. Hart A co,
Knobeloch A small, Kltnck, V/iclenberg A co, Q
W King, O Llllenthal A co, M Lnhra, J H Loper,
Marun A Mood, S K Marshall A co, L D Mowry. A
son, W Maracher, Mordecai A co, Mantone A co,
M Marka, A Nimitz A co, Order, D McPherson, ti
Gerdts, A co. D Goldstein A soi., 0 Gravelly, N A
Hunt, i H Hall A co. Holmes A Calder, H Blatte A
co, Kressel A Brandea, Raniipanx A Gonzalez,
Quackenbuab, Estin A CO. Havenel A Holmea, Dr
ti Pluckney, Steffens, Werner t Ducker, D H Sli?
ces. Tiedemann, calder A co, J Thompson A co,
S C R R Agent, J N Ruhson, Wagener A Monseas,
D A Waiker, Walker, Evana A Cogawell, W L
Webb. H wllllama, 0 F Wietera, P Wiueman A co,
0 w Wllllama A co, and other:i.
Sehr J 0 Wyman, Ferry, Boston-17 days. Mdse.
To Roach A Moffatt, Kinsman A Howell, O W
wunama A co. Veasel to St alu meyer A Stokes.
Encountered very heavy weal her.
Steamer city Point, Fitzgerald, Palatka via Jack
Bonville, Fernaodlna and savannah. 20 balea
outtoB, 2S bales moas, 25packsges mdse, 76 pack
ogea oranges. To Ravenei i; co, Plnckney Bros,
Wardlaw A Carew. Fraser A Dill, W B Williams A
St n, C Royal, Paul, Welch A co.
Br bark Algeria, Anderson, Hamborg. Ballast.
To A J Creighton.
Brig R S Has dell. HodBden. St Thomas, W1-12
day s. Baila-1. TO J A EnslC W A CO.
Steamer Pilot Hoy, McNelty, Savannah. Bean
fort, Cblsulm's. and Pacific Landinas. 88 bbls
dissolved bone, 1 bale cotton, and mdse. To Rave?
nei, Holmes A co. Wilcox, Oi lba A co, J McPher?
son, O Murray, J Davis, M Trieste, p Walsh, lt
Tbomllnson A CO, SO EX Co, F Campbell, B C
steamer Planter. Foster, Peedee River via
Oeorgetown, s 0. io;s. bales cotton,757bbl?.naval
atoreB, mdse and sandi lea. To Ravenei. Holmes
A co, i M Caldwell A son?, G W Williams lt co, Q
w williams A co, LD Mowry A son,TP Smith.
Witte Bros, ? ti Frost A co. vv o Bee A co, O ti
Waiter A co, J D Kirkpatrick, Quackenbuac, Eal lil
A co. W K Ryan, Reeder A Davis, Wbllden A
Jonas, J Hancket, A J salini.s, Bardin A Parker,
Murdaugh A Weekley, Josepn Conen, Shackelford
A Kelly. A B Molllaaa. Johnston, Crews A co, G S
Allord, H Bischoff A co, Bo,Imana Bros, H Klatte
A c>, 0 F Wieters, J sayas Tiedemann, calder A
! co. Kresael A Brandes, L Delts, J C H Claufisen. A
S Smith, K Bates ? co, E B i,to leard A CO, 1 Isear,
Smith A Valk, E F Sweiigao, agent, Walker,
Evana A Cogswell, S R Marshall A co, Rleoke A
Petermann, W M bird A co. O I Thompson A co,
Fenwick A Talbot, Order, and others.
steamer M S Alliaon, Tog lo, Edlato, Enterprise.
Rockville and Way LanJlni;s. is baga eoe, Island
cotton, seed, mdae and susdites. To D Nesbit,
Fraser A 1 Ul, stoney A Lownde.*, Mowry A Son,
Ravenei A co, W M Lawton A son, Dr A W Eckel,
D McPherson, J a Thorn.
Steamer Reliance, Hopkins, Peedee River Land?
ings, Ac. 471 balea cotton, 617 bbia rosin, 05 bbls
spirits larpent ne, 40 bales hay. and ma ce. To
Shackeiford ? Kelly. L D Mowry A Son, Witte
Bros, T P Smith, J M caldwell A Son, J W Mc?
iver, E H Frost A co, A B Mulligan, Pelzer, Rodg?
era A co, W K Ryan, Fenwick A Talbot. Barden A
Parker, WhUden A Jones, w c Wh te, TS Gleason.
Scar Ann S Deas, Oambatte, from Weat Point
Mill, so tierces rice. To (leo A Trenholm A Mon.
sloop Harietts,-. fr om San tee. luco bash
els rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Sloop George Washington, Kelly, Pon Pon. 667
bushels rougn rice. To B Roper.
Boat from Church Flata. 7 baga sea island cot?
ton. To R Roper..
Boat from John's Ialard. 2 bags sea Island
cotton. To R Roper.
Boat from Edlato. 2 wags sea island cotton,
To R Roper
Received from Chlsolm'.i Mill. 86 tea rice. To
OFF THE PORT.
Br bark Tranmere, from st. johns, N B.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York
James Adger A co.
steamship Virginia, Hlr.ckley, Philadelphia-W
steamship Falcon, Hay nie, Baltimore-P c
Steamship Mercedita, itfarahman, Boston-Jan
Adner A co.
Sehr Traveller, Hodges, New Orleans-T Tapper
Steamship Mercedita, Marahman, Boston.
Sulp Ida Lilley, Williams, Liverpool.
Ship menai a i ha Third. Hubbard, Liverpool.
Scbr Traveller, Hodges, New Orleans.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Steamship Virginia. Hinckley. Philadelphia.
Steamship Falcon, Hay nie, Baltimore.
FROM THIS POKY.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, December 28.
steamship Gun stream Hanter, at Philadelphia.,
Meamahip champion, Lockwood, at New York,
CP FOR T3IS PORT.
Sehr Thomas W Havens, Brown, at New York,
sehr Jeanie B Smith, Willama, at New York, De?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORX.
Sehr Edward Waite, York, at Portland, Me, De?
Sehr Hannie Westbrook, McFarland, at Port?
land, Me.. December 21.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
L.vBKPooL, December 23.
Arrived, Crique, from .New Orleans; steamship
Calabria, fruin New York, with 1771 bales of cot?
Nsw YORK, December 28.
Arrived. Tb ?ringla, Ocean Queen. City of San
Antonio. Oceanic and James Auger.
Arrived out, Calabria.
The Br bark Freeman Denme, from Charleston
for Amsterdam, waa apoken Decemoer ll, lat 47
3J, lon 26 10.
The abbr Carrie S Webb, Homan, from New
York Rir Charleston, arrived o ir live Ml e Beach,
near Cape May. N J, December 13, her crew being
badly fiosti.iitc?i. Assistance was rendered by
thc crews from tbostatiun Housea Nos 26 and 27.
and tue sehr put back for New York at 3 A M on
Tao sehr Earl P Mason, of Providence, C?p alo
Hardlpg, has been Chartend, aud sailed irom Pro?
vidence on Tuesday for Wood's Hoie, to load guano
for savannah, at fl j 6 per ton. thence to chmulm's
Landing, S 0, to load phosphate (orNew York, at
$4 60 per ton.
The sehr Lewis Ehrman, at Baltimore 24th, from
Charleatou, reports encountering a succession of
heavy N E galea, with high Bea, from Oth to 14th
Inst, and on the 32th. lat 35 20, crrled away main
and mizzenmasts and lost small apara ana ?alls;
on the 14th spoke a brig, unknown, fifty dayz
from New Orleans, bound to Bos on, which re?
ported bad spoken bark June D Foley, totally di?,
masted; loth mt 87 20, lon7840, was >upplled with
provisions bj brig Annie R stover, from Marseil?
les to Philadelphia, (since arrived in Delaware
Bay;) also, 76 m.lea eau uf Hog Island, poseed the
deck of a wricked vuisel.
The steamer Granada, 764 tons built at New
1 oik In 1864, and recently badly damaged by Hie.
was sold at auction December 17, for J6600, pur?
chased by J DeKlvera A co.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP, OLE Alt KD AND SAILED FOR THIS TOUT.
F 0 R"?TG N.
Br bark Tiber, Lewis, up.tlej o
Br Bark Georgianna, Mann, ski.Nov itt
Ship Horella,-. sid.Oft t'O
Bark Sapho, Wilbur, up.UBI ?4 j
Br bark Blomedon, Shaw, up.l*? I
Span brig Dago, Onaroben, ?ld.Deo 7
Spanish brig Paco, Eatrejla. std.Deo 7
Sehr Thomas W Havaua. Brown, up.Deo M
ScbrJesale Bsiuiih. Walilema, up.Ileo tl
Sehr Wm Penn. Thompson, up.Deo 18
Sehr Anny K Hamley. Mehafley. old.Deo 24
Sehr Carrie s Webb, Doman, old.Deo 16
ro sr LA NU. MC
Sehr Kilward Walts, Y?rk, cid.Deo 24
Sehr nanum Westbrook, McFarland, ell....Die 24
adir Johu MoAduui, Willard, old.Dec 10
Sehr Iud SluniKU, Adams, up.Dec 20
sour dravo,-. up.Deo 13
SohrSkyl'irk, Lorlng, up.Deo 4
sehr A L Ratler, webber, cid.Dec ll-1
Steamer Flag,-, up.Dec 22
Scar Eaton? DafrCesey, cid.Dec 14
HAIR OILS, AO.
JEAN MARIE FARINA'S
AIMAB'S PREMIUM ?
CORNER KINO ANO VASDERHORST STREETS.
WM. T^. WEBB,
IVO. 138 MEETING ST,,
NEAR THE CHARLESTON HOTEL,
Hes, in his extensive stock of China and Glass?
ware of direct Importation, a varied
COMPRISING HANDSOME i. Y DECORATED
DINNER AND TEA SETS,
FINE OUT GLASSWARE,
A great variety of Vases and smaller articles
suitable for the approaching season.
WILLIAM L. WEBB,
NO. 12? MEETING STREET.
Next to the corner or Hasel Street.
Cloding, tailoring, &t.
NEW GOODS !
EVERYTHING- NEW !
MENKE & MULLER,
TAIL0R8 AND CLOTHIERS,
INVITE TOE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO
SPLENDID NEW STOCK
OF TBEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
AND CHOICE MATERIALS
FOR CUSTOM WORK.
AN INSPECTION OF THE
GOODS AND PRICESI
IN THEIR Vm
COR, KING AND WENTWORTH STS.,
IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.
THE BEST SELECTED STOCK
BM' & BEH f LOTH ISC,
CORNER KING AND WENTWORTH STS.
ELEG-ANT IN" STYLE
MODERATE IN PRICES.
ORDERED WORK DEPARTMENT.
ENGLISH & FRENCH GOODS.
Drays at tUiioIcsale.
7 CAI vims AL nnsmoN ?r **).*
ALF. LABARRAQUE ARD Co
Approved by the Imperial Academy
Tho Quinium Labarraque is an eminently
Ionic and r. hrit'uyts NY me, destined to replace
ult th? other preparations of Peruvian Bark
Tho Hark NN im? dually employed iniue
duine are prepared trow Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
passem the desired properties. Besides,
owing lo I he manner in which they are pre?
pared, these NNines contaiu scarcely more
than the traces ot active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
t he Quinium Labarraque, approved by
the .Vcadeniy>o? Medicine, constitutes, on the
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients cnn always rely.
The Quiniuin La barraque is prescribed
willi great success for persons of weak con?
tinuion, or loi* those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness ; for youths
fatigued hy t:?o rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
liifllciilly; lor women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.
lt is Ute best preservative against Fevers.
In caves of Chlorosis, Anemia, or Greensik
ni'ss, this Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
ihc ferruginous preparations. In conjunction,
hr example, with VALLI T'S PUL?, the rapidi
ly o! ils ;.clion is really marvellous. .
! (Virti? Pan?, L. FltE!lE,19,raeJifob.
j Agents tn Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE J
i A DAVIS, Wholesale Druggists. J
Tbs first-class British Bark ALGERIA,
anderson, Hasler, haying a large porMon H
>r her cargo enesged, will hare good dis paton
for The above port.
fer balance irelght engagements, apply to
ALFKED J. UK H IGH ros,
decso_ Rorta Atlantic- Wharf.
JOE LIV ? B P 0*0 L.
The Al l'on Bark MAGNET, Wm. ^A*
Brown, Master, will have dispatch for the%flk
above port. . .
For Freight Engagements apply to
. ? GIBB P s A BARNWELL,
dccl3_North AtlanUc Wharf.
JP 0 Ii NEW YOEE.
ON TUESDAY, 31ar DECEMBER, AT -
O'CLOCK. ; :
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
BTATE BOOMS AT.T. OH DECK, a
The Splendid New Iron Sidewheel 8t?ansabip
SODTd HA ROLIKA. Becket. Oom ra allder, will sall
Tor New fork on TTE BOAT. G tat Ina t., ai - o'clock,
from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves. . ;;V;
Through Bills or Lading- to Liverpool' and toe
New England cities as nsosL r
?- Insurance by steamers of this lina % per
For Freight or Passage engageiaenta^havlng
very fine Deck Stateroom accommtidatiftis, ap?
ply to WAGNER, HUflER A CO.. Noi'SoBroid
street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY, Hq. l Union
J! 0 B B A T A ? N|?.??
TUESDAY, THURSDAY And SUNDAY EVENING,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
The Splendid Side-Wheel Steamem
DICTATOR and CITY POINT wfll,
leave Southern Whare as above.
No extra charge made for M?tis and State?
For Freight and Passage apply to
K AVES EL A CO., V
Corner Vanderhorst's Wharf and Eaa t Bay.
deca . . . ,. .,f-* .
0 B .GABO NB B'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON TEE PEE?
DEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN.
The Steamer PLANTER, Captain ? .^?T*?*k,
J. T. Foster, ls now receiving Frrlg:n?ajSHBjBjC
at Accommodation Wharf, and wm leave To
NIGHT, 80th instant. Freight win ba transferred
to steamer SWAN on the river.
Freight moat be prepaid. ' .
For Freight or Passage apply on hoard, or to
RAVEN EL, HOLMES * CO.'
dec80i_ Ha so. Bast Bay ?
JP OB GABDNEJB'S .BLUFF,
AND ALL INTE S MEDI VT KL All DINGS OS TBS
PEEDEI? sfl&R- *
The Steamer RELIANCE, Captiila r
G. H. Hopkins, ls now receivingJiaflB^B^
Freight at Atlantic Wharf for BODVO pola is,
AU Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
For Frei a ht en gage mt nts apply on board or tov
SHAOKELFOED ATREfJiY, Agents,. ;
decao_North iittan?o Wharf.
QH ANGE QF SAT UNG- DAYS,
PACIFIC MAIL OTEAMBHIP COMI U?TS
THROUGll MHB IX) ? ;
CALIFORNIA OHJCNA AND JaWfc' . '
. . nf IR? J? -'i .' :
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. ?
Steamers or the shove Une leave Pter^Mfc
No. 42. North River, root of Canal street, 2aW9B
New York, at 13 a'ciook noon, of the loui, aaa?
and aoth of every month, except when these dates
fall on sunday, then the Saturday preceding. ' .
AU departures connect at Panama with Steam?
ers for south Pacific and Cer fal American porta.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran*
dsco first of every month, except when lt falla on
Sunday-then on the day p rec? i lng. . u
No California Steam jr* tench at Havana, but
go direct from New York to AirolnwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free'to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free - "
For Passage Tickets cr other (information, apply
at the COMPANY'S -TICKET OFFICE, on'thc
Wharf foot of Oana! street,' north Elver, Hew
York. F. E. BABY, Agent.
OB FLORID A,
VIA SAVANNAH.* , .'
The Splendid side-wheel steamers, _
DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Coietter. JBalBPK
OITY POINT, C?ptale Fltsgerald, wm leave
charleston every TOISDAT, TISUBSDAT and sun
DAT EVENING, at, 8 o'clock precisely, for -
FERNANDINA, . .
GREEN COVB SPRINGS,
AND ALL LANDING?. ON I5T. JOHN'S RIVES.
Conneorlng at Palatka vrlth steamers for
the Oclawaba River and with the Steamer STAR?
LIGHT for Enterprise, Mellon nue, and aU points
on the Upper st. John's and indian Elvers.
These fine Steamers, built In New York, espe?
cial y ad ap:ed for the Florida trade, anyarnianrd
with every comfort and convenience. Sod afford
the CHEAP* ST. SAFEST AND MOST COMFORT?
ABLE MEANS OF REACHING FLORIDA. They
provide a first-class table, '?ell furnished, com?
fortable staterooms, and make NO .EXTRA
CHARGE: FOR MB ALS ADIO STATEROOMS.
They land almost at the doors of the principal
Hotels or au above points, ei.ving the invalid and
tonrlst the dangers and discomforts of frequent
Cen neet at Fernandina with Florida Railroad
for aU points In the interior, and with Railroad
for New Orleans aad Havana, via Cedar Keys.
For Freight or Passage. apply to
RAVEN HL * co.. Agents,
Cerner Vanderhorst's Wharf end East Bay.
PIANOS AND ORGANS,
Furnished at factory prices for Cash, or by
Monthly Payments oe the moat liberal tarma. -
CHARLES L. af CC LENAH AN, I
Piano and Musis Store,
aei?s-4moa Wa? 1st King atreet.
<Eiqari. ttabctito? Ut.
In order to go Into another Business, I will
dispose of my
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. The Goods
must be sold by the last of thur month, as I will
have no use for them.
Call at once and make y oar selections either in
small lots or in bulk.
THE ENTIRE LOT OF
AND FANOY GOODS
MUST BE SOLD.
Emperor William Cigar Store. . J
No. 310 KING STKEET,
mohT-iyrocew o HAR LISTOS, S. O.