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WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 18t?G.
Who hither rides so hard? a BOOUt.
Just aftor midnight ho stale out,
Nows, comiadcB! thorc's his signal shout:
"Ono-two-three"-three miles in front
Yaukoos in camp. Call up the hunt:
Now for tho chase, the charge, the hrunt;
Sho's killed, that staggering foam-splashed brown 1
Her ridor, gashed Iront brow to crown,
Gasps "forward 1"- clutches-reels- goes down
" Guorrillal"-lookl bis flickering oyes
Flash " forward 1" ovon whoro ho lies,
Anti the scout charges as ho dies,
Well, here's tho hill, and there's tho camp,
And thoro tho drowsy pickets tramp;
Our bravo steeds sniff tho smoko and stamp:
'Tia but a chcor, a plungo, a yell
Upon thom, horse and man, poll-moll-.
And thon tho uamo old talo to toll:
Boo tho stout Major's Borrol fret;
Lord I what a Harry-ing yo'll get,
As when at Bath, Luray, wo met:
Ridel-wo'vo an Ashby in each man;
Ohargol- wo'vo a Gilraoriu tho van;
Btriko !-as ahundrod Mosbys can
** Uuor-r-r-r-illa I"
[From the Boston Post.]
Garibaldi has resumed his farming.
Thoro is nn anxious inquiry after tho Lincoln
Two huudred thousand copios of Tupper's Philo
sophy havo boon Bold in England.
A pnpor printed in Chiucso and Japaneso is pub
lished in London.
A woman in England recently died of OXCCSB?VO
At a banquet to Mr. Pcabody in Baltimore, 72,
000,000 wero represouted.
Now Jorsoy has tho biggest kind of a buckwheat
Tho Radicals aro discovering that it would bo
bettor to impeach Butler than the President.
Ono of the now b.valovards in Moscow has been
named tho Boulevard Aniorikanski.
SanFrancisco has received nearly $40,000,000 in
treasuro within nine month?.
Tbo IOBS of tonnago by marine disasters last
month is oqual lo $2,o00,000, exclusive of cargoes.
Tho bulk of Mormon proselytoB aro from Protes
tant nations-no Irishman or Frenchman is a Mor
Emerson Etboridgo is mentioned as a candidato
for Governor to succeed Brownlow.
Tho cholora, aftor oarrying off 400 pcoplo i_p San
Antonio, Toxaa, baa disappeared.
A Goorgia planter says ho shall realize live bales
of cotton to too hand.
Gorman farmers picklo their hay, packing it down
Navy offlcora don't like tho idoa of having to wear
a "swallow-tail coat."
Prof. Wood says Mt. Hood is volcanic and 17,000
A robber in St. Louis, closely pursuod by a po
liceman, plunged into the rivor and was drowned.
Ohio baa about 1000 prisoners in bor Stato pris
Tho woolly record of crime in Chioago lins boon
rampant, ranging all tho way from petit larceny to
A man in Paris has recovored 400 francs from a
woman for broach of promise of marriage.
Tho Chicago Driving Park is to bo abandoned
and horse racing in that city ended.
Throo murder trials aro on tho docket of ono
county court in Indiana.
Daring tho pa?t fiscal year $4,000,000 was trans
mitted from ono part of tho country to another
through tho monoy order offices.
Mohammedans, Brahmins and various other
sects havo fixed upon tho year ?8G7 as a poriod
to bo marked by 'some groat and marvellous
South Carolina took tho lead iu tbo rebellion,
and is now taking the load in all sonsiblo measures
London, "Iho largost, richest and nastiest city
in tho world," amuses 5000 plcoplo at hor thaatroB
Gov. Throckraortou, of Toxaa, announces that
clovon m?n and women havo juBt boon released
from captivity among tho Indians.
In tho Moldo-Wnlladrian Principalities all tho
crops upon which tho peasantry- depend for thcir
austonanco havo failed.
Tho English and Fronch Govornmonts aro to in
terfore in the disputo between Spain ana tho South
Tho pooplo of Victoria, Vancouver's Island, havo
petitioned tbo Queou to annex thcmsolvcs to tho
Since tho process of photographing upon Bille
and linen has boon porfected in France, many per
sons havo taeir portraits upon thoir linon instoad
of their names or initials. They ar. not injured
Not long nineo an Amsterdam merchant, after
lavishing afortune on furnituro and paintingB.caus
ed tho lloor of ono of bia apartments to DO laid
with Spanish dollars set on edge.
Vermont has a village with four churches and
only one bell, butas tho congregations without a
boll rol'uito to pay for tho ringing tho boll ia not
rung at all. That's Radical, ain't it?
Anothor matrimonial escapado is creating a com
motion in Louisville. A sick daughter has boou
spirited away by hor uilhiilv, hoarts and hands
joined, and an angry parent foft in tho lurch,
A Connecticut Divino, of tho Radical Behool, re
cently preached on a Sunday morning from tho
text: "Wo aro tho children of tho devil," and in
tho afternoon, "Childron oboy^your parents."
An unmannerly fellow rocently took a standing
placo noar Niblo's, directly in front of Horneo Groo
Iey, whereupon tho philosopher patted him on tho
shoulder and gently said: ''If anything entertain
ing occurs on tho stage, will you ploaso describo
it to mo ? for you BOO, my doar B?r? that at prosont
I must totally'dopond upon your kindness.
A very interesting Ubol suit ia boforo the Courts
of Now York, whoroin a wealthy Australian mer
chant, George Robinson, who had won tho affec
tions of a handsome and captivating Jewish widow
with a logaoy of $000,000, is charged, just on tho
ovo of tbo marriago, of boing iv transported Eng
lish pickpocket. Whereupon ho has hau tho accus
er., arree tod for Ubol. Tho widow don't bolievo tbo
Tbo Now Yorkers gave Brlgnoli a tromondous
grooting. Tho Tribuno Baya bia "npponranco waa
the signal for tbo boartioat and most, cordial ap
plause that wo over saw awarded to an artist in a
concert room. The applause rose and fell, and rose
again and again, so that Brignoli uooraed to be
painfully embarrassed; but it scorned to cheer bim
on to hin labors, for ho Bang his first song mool
charmingly, lila voico ia as beautiful na ovor, bul
it gives evidence of more careful and intoUigonl
Of tho town of Ponlotoc,MiB8., tho fonndor, fion.
Mackin, Bays : "In ono month aftor I laid off the
town, I sold oighty thounand ($80,000) dollars wortil
of lota. In two mouths I put up a hotel; good log
houses, with brick chiranoys, to accommodate 4?K
porsons with board and lodging; stable-room and
lots to accommodate 400 hornos. In tinco months
aftor tho laying off of the town, thoro were 15 n t or ot
and 33 grocerioa. Property changed banda to tin
amount of $30!) 000 por day for four years. Such i
placo waa novor seen boforo by tbo oyes of man
and will nevor bo Boen again."
Tho Comptroller of tho Currency announces tha
bonda havo boon received for dopo.il t with thi
Troaeuror of the United Statos to an amount suffi
oient to aoouro tho ontlro throo hundred million
- of national circulation authorized by law, and n?
more can bo rccoivod after this dato. The lind
.. has been reached, and hore&fter it will bo UHOICH
to forward bonda or to apply for inareaso of cap!
tal, or for the organization of now banks or to a
anything with tho expectation of gotting dren
OmOIAL IHTEIiLIOENOE F110M EMPBBSS OHABLOTTA
-A 8-IOHT HOPE OF REE BECOY_J__ - ILI/
KE8S OF TUB EMPEBOB.
NEW Om?_AN3, October 31.-Ad vicos from tho
City of Ulcxico to October 22 bnvo boon rocoived.
Tho nowa of tho moulai discaso of tho EmprcBS
Carlotta had boon rccoivod from I lu* Mexican
Ministers in Europe. Solemn florvicoa had been
ordorod by tlio ccclcBiasticul authorities in tho
cathedral und tho other chief churchos, invoking
tho assistance of Heaven in hor behalf. Her din
oiiBO is styled brain fover. Sho bad been convoyed
to tho Palnco of Mirimar. Tho last dispatch re
specting bor condition, dated October 12, gnvo n
baro hopo of her recovery. Tho Emperor had
beou sick of intomiittout fovor.
Tlio condition of Mexico .was no bettor, though
tho Imperialists wcro bucce_sful in all tho engage
Porfolio Diaz ha*J possession of the city of Oaxa
cft, but the fortified placea wcro in tho hands ol'
tho Imporiali-ts, who iron expecting rcinfoico
SAH PBANCISCO, October 30.-A lottcr from Mn
zatlan, of October 23, eaya military uiiittors aro
not materially changed. Somo say Corona will
soon attack tho city; others that ho will make a
demonstration on Tepic; but all say ho will fight
tho French boforo tho evacuation of Muzatlan.
Tho transports Ithino and TaliBinan wcro daily
expected to romovo tho horses, mulos and
ammunition. Somo grui- had beou taken from
tho forts and tho forts dostrovod. Tho Im
porial Commissioner had issued a dooroo re
quiring proporty-holdors to pay root to tho Im
porial Government instead of to the ownors. Tho
goods of thoso rofusing to oboy woro boing scizod
and sold. Tho bark ?rancis Palmer had boon re
loasod. Tanori, Almada aud sovonlccu othora woro
captured in au open boat, unarmed. They rando
no resistance. Ahilada was shot immodinloly by
Albitozo, whoso brother waB shot by Almada some
months boforo. Tanori and tho balanco of the
party woro taken to Guaymas, and shot on the 2Gth
of Soptombor. Tho econo at thoir execution is.
said to havo boon horrible. When the first volley
was flrod Bomo woro praying, and others wero ours
ing their captors. Not half of them having been
killed bv tho first discharge, a socond vollov was
fired, after which the oiliccra rushed in with re
volver? and sabras, shooting and cutting all who
showod signs of lifo. Thiltoon other prominent
Imperialists woro captured and shot on tho 10th
of Augnat. Thuso oxocutions, it is said, will cud
tho Importai caiiBo in Sonora.
< ..m m 11 ? i n i iiiitr...
Tho Boston Travcllor laments tho decline of
conimorco between that city and California. It
appears that thoro baro boon only twelve ships
cleared from Boston for San Francisco during the
present year, and only three nrrivals from the
same port. Our contoinporary attributes tho de
cay or this trade to tho fact that "California is be
coming rapidly sclf-sustainl'ir, and is requiring
less and leas every year from iho Atlantic Statos."
Thoro is another cause of tho declino of tho Cali
fornia trade of Boston, which tho Traveller lias
overlooked. That trade, lilio tho China and India
trade of years ago, is gradually boing diverted
from Boston to Kow York. Tho number of ves
sels, not including stoamors, that havo clcarod
heneo for San .Francisco, during tho year onding
1st inst., is fifty-four. A largo portion ol' tho
freight between tho commercial centres of tho At
lantic mid Paoific ?States-Now York and San Fran
cisco-which formerly passed around Capo Horn,
now linds it way via tho Isthmus, and yot a vast
trade by Railing vessels is still maintained, and
cannot bo divortod.
No inconsiderablo portion of the freight dis
patched boneo to Culi furnia, both by Bail and H team,
is drawn from Boston aud ?thor citicB and townB
of Massachusetts, for tho obvious roason that Blups
aro sont away with much greater dispatch from
this port than from Boston, while freights aro
generally chcapor boro than there. This ia very
natural, B?MCO tra do mid coramcrco, ovorywhero,
aro accustomed to gravitato to tho great centres,
liko Now York, wboao geographical position, in
torior communications, business enterprise and
great wealth, render it pro-omiuont OB a commer
cial mart on this Continont. Tho efforts of Boston
and Philadelphia to rival Now York aro highly
praiseworthy, but tho advantages enjoyed by tho
great metropolis over any other city on this Conti
nent aro universally recognized, and all the sur
rounding conditions, moreover, give aasuranco of
increasing prospority in tho futuro. As Athone, in
her palmy dava, governed Grcoco, na Carthage
controlled half the trade of the world, in
her time ; and Holland, at a later day was at
tho head of commercial nations,-so is Now York,
to-day, mistreas of tho commercial world on the
Western Continent, and wo have no fears that sho
will not retain tho supremacy. Tho Bo'atonians
aro wclcomo to the opinion that "the time has
gono by when, for the commercial importance of a
city, it must bo situated at tho mouth of a river
like that discovorcd by Honry Hudson," and that,
"water facilities havo como to bo subordinate and
supplementary to tho railway ;" and Philadolphians
may solaco tfiemaolvos with tho rellection that
thoir city covers a groator area than ours, nnd is
Burroutidod by fresh wator instead of saltwater;
but somehow pcoplo will differ on thoso abstract
questions, and Iho commorco of tho world will flow
to Now York in profcionco to going to Boston or
Philadelphia. Outside of tho neighboring cities
mentioned, ono of tho first and moat important
things looked for, in counoctkv.i with a groat com
mercial mart, is a good and safo harbor, accoasiblo
at all times and by tho largest ships. In this
respect Now York is peculiarly favored. Tho
world doo.s not boast a llnor harbor, if, indeed
it has au equal. It may bo safely ontorcd
by all classes of vessels at all soasons; and
when inside, thoy aro promoted from the dangers
of-the storms outside. But ono thing remains to
bo dono, thon, in order to rondor tho nctghbor
ing*?itio3 still moro tributary to tho commercial
greatness of Now York, and that ia to enlarge and
improve our wharves, basins and docks. Tho
prosont dilapidated structures would bo n disgrace
"to a city with ono-fourth tho commcrco enjoyed by
Jfow York. In this ono respect, we aro froo to ad
mit, that Boston is far in au vaneo of us. Tho busi
ness men and capitalists of Now York have it in
their powor to make it asacommorciulmart, what
ever thoy may determino, if only thoso who control
tho public soiitiraont and tho capital of tho city aro
prompt to npprehond and to uso tho advantages
within thoir reich. Evory largo commorcial city
has ita leading busb-MB men, who regulate and con
trol its commorco, trade and business interests
of all Linds. Thoso aro comparatively limitod
in number, but their intlnonco, in all business
muttors, is unbounded. Thoy lead, and the multi
tude is contont to follow. Such mou gain their in
fluonco atfd position by consummate enterprise.
No obstacles can successfully opposo them -no ro
versos permanently check thoir onward c-troor. So
far as tact, talent and enorgy aro concerned, it is
admitted that thoy havo no superiors in tho com
mercial world, and yet thor appear to bo Btrangoly
indifforont to this particular matter of wharf im
provements, which ia so requisito for developing a
branch of commorco that gives impulso to evory
department of industry. May wo not venturo to
hopo that thoso who represent tho ' industry nnd
woulth of tho city, will confer and co-oporato in
this matter, without greater delay, BO that homo
plan may bo agreed upon and carried out, which
will linallie Now York to maintain a much higher
positiou of commercial importance than that which
it boa hitherto hold 1~New York Shipping List.
PEnBiAH LTTEBATUBE.-Oalignani Baye: "The
imperial printing oOlco in Paris has just complet
ed a Bplondld edition of ono of tho oldcat and moat
interesting specimens of Porsian litoraturo : The
Mantle TJttacor, or 'Tho Langnago of tho Birds,' a
religious and philosophical poem by FABID UDNEM
ATTAB. Tho volumo comprises tho Persian toxt and
a French translation by M. GABOR* DE TASSY, tho
learned Professor of Hindustanoo nt tho Imperial
Library. Tho perusal of tho valuable notes which
accompany tho translation may convey an idea of
; tho iminoutio labor of euoh a task, and tho ycara of
fntient investigation it has cost the distinguished
riuialntor. ?Nothing certain is known na to tho
timo of tho Persian poet's birth, which, nowovor,
. is euppoHOd to havo occurred about tho voir 1119
i of our ora; in wbicb caso, ainco his doatii is pro
i Burned to havo takon placo In 1229, ho must havo
. lived to tho ago of one hundred and ton, whon ho
) lost his Ufo by violent means at tho taking of Niah
l apour by Jonghla-Kban. A fow years ago M. Nioh
i otas do Kb a ni koli, formerly Russian ConBul-Gouc
i ral in Persia, discovered an epitaph on a monn
) mont erected to tho memory of tho poet outside
i tho town of Nishapoor. It was with groat diluent
, ty ho obtained a copy of it, tin? proj-uicos of the
natives rondoring it a dangerous task, to bo soon
taking ono. This vnluablo and?uriona document
I which M. Garoin do Tassy has published forth?
j first timo, and translatod in his preface, date;
. from tho reign of Abn-Igazo-nussoin, who died
s about tho year 1506 of our ora."
i UPON THE HEALTH or TUB TK_TH dependa ti?
s purity of tho breath. Preservo thom unblomLahoc
? by tho neo of the famous Sr.roooNT, that porfootb
I. h_ralo_a vegetable pr?paration, and you will neve:
regret it. tort
BOSTON-Por steamship Ocorgo n Upton-25 liorces
Rice, 811 balea Cotton, 32 bundie:! and 1 bulo Hides,
39 roll? and 4 balen Leather, 21 packages OKI Brass,
Coxipor, Load, ka, 17 hillls and 3 buttdlua Iron, 3 bim
dies Hags, 'U packages Sundries, 4 bales Paper, 40
Lallroad Axle?, 5 Railroad Wheel?.
KEW YOltK-Per sehr Ebohautress-015 bales Upland
and 23 bales 8 I Cotton. 328 bbls Rosin, DO bbl3 Spl
rib? Turpentine, 4550 Shin.jlcj, aud .Stmdricu.
Til? Charleston Cotton MarUct.
COTTON.-Tho market yesterday waa quite firm, anti
on most grades of Cotton thoro waa a further improve
ment to tho extent of a half (>j) cent per po'-iud, tho ad
vance being most dcciilctl in Middling lad LOW Mid
dling, on which qualiti?* we hnvc put \\p our quotations.
Tho market closed quito strong, with eales of 033 bales at
tho following rates: 1 nt30; 10 at 33; 23 at 35; 8Got3G;
20 nt 3C.?i; C9 at 30.^; 8? at3G*4'; 123atS7; <Uat37,'i;
174 at 37,4 ; 0 at 38, and 10 bales at - cents. . Wo quote:
Low Middling.- @36
New Orien na Market.
NEW ORLEAN8, November 1.-COTTON.-Tho demand
waB fnir ut reduced prices, factors boing disposod Io moet
rtowa of buyers. Kates, howover, seemed to bo altogolhor
of an inside character. Tho Bales of tho day only
amounted to 25,000 bales. Wo con only ropeat our quo
talions: Ordinary 31u32c; good ordinary 33a34c; low mid
dling 35a3Go; middling nominal at 38c.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on band Sept 1st, 18G0.balen 102,032
Received to-day. 3302
Cleared to-day. 1229
Cleared previously.70,040- 71,275
Stock on hand.121,031
Tho clearances aro exclusively for Now York.
SoGAn AND MOLASSKS-Thoro havo not been any re
ceipts of Molasses sinco yestorday. 7 hilda now Sugar
woro received, classed fair, and woro sold at onco at 14c
$ lb. A lot of 40 hhtis Cuba Bold on tho landing on
privato torins. Tho production of Louisiana is very
much in request. Tho market ?B entirely baro, ho wo ver,
both of Sugar and Molasses of tho old or now crop.
With sufllcient aud well assorted supplies, which aro ox
pected very eoon, a brisk btiHlness aud remunerativa
pri?es aro confidently looked for. Tho stock on hand of
the production of Cuba ia very numil. Tuero ia sonic
demand for Molasses for tho city trado, but scarcoly any
for Sugar. The market is nearly baro of Sugar, how
evor, and there arc nono of tbo grades on hand desirable
for grocers' trade. Wo havo not any sales of Cuba to re
port, but quoto Molasses by tho cargo at COc fl gallon and
ut retail at 05c ^ gallon. In tbo total absence of Bales of
Cuba Sugar wo have to omit quotations altogether.
FnEiouTS.-Thoro is less adoring for shipment North,
and loreign freights aro vory dull. Tho rates however,
aro unchanged. They are-le per pound for colton,
COc per pound for Hour, Ice*, Ace. Wo have no change to
unto in freights. A bark was taken up for Providence ut
le, anda ship for bo.-ion al fte t* lb for cotton. Hy steam
to Baltimore and New York, cotton le %? lb, and l??o
to lloston. Sail for New York and Heston fSaitC for cot
ton and 7:")i- lor flour. Sall for Liverpool 9-10 for cotton,
l??alMc to llavre.
[From Hie Price Current.]
NEW ORLEANS. Oelobcr 31.-The general market has
oviueed little variation sltico tho date of our lost issue.
Sugar and Molasses have been extremely dull, and West
ern Prod ii' o has exhibited ubout (ho usual uiovi-mout, at
tended with ix slight dccliucin Pork ; while operations have
tUflWftd considerable animation, ami although priced
have been somewhat unsettled, still the market closed
steady yesterday ut prarlOM quotations.
The Foreign Exchango market has disclosed tolbar
irregularity, and rates, owin? to tim decline in gold, havo
nullen?! increased depreciation. Domestic has cviuced
an improvement, tho market closing yestorday with, an
evident tendency io the side of sellers.
Freight? have Buffered no variation worthy of special
notice. Doth foreign and coastiviso arc still improving
although rates remain unchanged.
Tho weather has becu favorable at thia point, and on
tho wholo seasonable for plantation purposes; ti in ac
counts from tho interior arc less discouraging, but far
Tho river has fallen six inches sinco our la3t publica
tion, and is now twclvo feet below high water mark.
COTTON-Tho sales for tho post three days foot np
11,000 bales, taken partly for tho North and partly for
Tho reef iptu proper for tho past four days embrace
8876 bales, against 7784 during the corresponding period
last weok, showing au inert.aso of 833 bales.
With the remark that the demand during tho past throo
days has been confined to tho higher descriptions, wo
now quoto us follows: Ordinary 30a31, good ordinary 33a
34, low middling 33a36, middling 37a33.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on lisna Sept. lBt, I860.balm. 103,082
Arrived past three days. 8,003
Arrived previously.74,035- 83,598
Exported pant three days. 3,610
Exported previously. 01,4*.)6- C3.00G
Stock on hand and on shipboard.bales. 117,074
BTATHMliNT OP TOUAOCO.
Stock on hand Sept. 1st, 18G0.hluls. 8,707
Arrived past throo days. 100
Arrived previously. 010- 1,022
Exported past threes days. 10
Bxportcd provloufly.3,057- 3,067
Broken up for oiling, city consumption,
ko., sinco Sopt. 1st, 18GG. 100- 3.7C7
Stoclc on hand and on shipboard.hhds. 5.CG2
Kioto lie Market.
MOBILE. Novomber 1.-COTTON.-Tho Droltom report
a limited demand to-day, resulting in sales of 000 bales.
Tho mai kot ia easier, and rather lower than yesterday,
with Factors showing moro disposition to moot tho
views of buyers. Solos of to-day woro made on a basis of
35c for Middling.
MtiNF.TAitY ANO FINANCIAL.-Gold oponed this morn
lng at 1 liial ltf, buying and selling, but on receipt of Now
York tolegram quoting an advance to 147),, dealers ad
vancod their ratcs-to 147al49.
Transactions in Sterling continuo restricted. A fair
demand and offering aro reported at 155al50. With a
light demand and good supply. Now York Sight is still
irregular, at from i_n~i discount Tho offerings of
Now Orleans Sight havo increased, but with only a fair
demand. Transactions wera limited at li discount and
CINCINNATI, November 2.-Flour is quiet under the
news from Now York, but prieos aro nnchanged; super
fino ?10 GOall 25; trado brands S12al4 00. Wheat dull,
but not lower; No 1 rod M 85. Corn firm at 00c tor No
1, and SOc for red car, mid GOc for now do. Oats steady,
50c for No 2, and 53 s for No 1. Ityo firm and in good de
mand at DI 35al 37 for No 1, ond iii 40 for oxtra. Barley
steady. Whiskey firm, 31 in bond. Mess Pork dull; no
demand. Hulk Meats unchanged and dull. Bacon in
mo.1cr.ile demand, 16?_?al6 for shoulders: 1G)? for bides;
17y?al"t')? for clear rib sides, and IBVMlSjf for clear do.
Lard advanced 13 t.i. Cotton closed dull at 30 for mid
dling upland under tho English news. Bnttcr and cheese
unchanged aud firm. Gold 14C.
LOUMVILLE, November 2.-Sales of 65 hhds tobacco,
with on advancoon lugs 2?a50; got d leaf ?1. Superfino
Uour M 75atsl0 25. Wheat, now red ?185. Com, mixed
in bulk, 75c. Oats 65o in bulk. Ideas pork '?'.Vi; clear
Bides IO; shoulders 10. Laid in tierce, 14c. Whiskey
$2 34. Tho rlvor is four foot six inches by tho canal
mark, and rising slowly. Weather clear.
ST. LOUIS, Novembor 1.-Flour heavy, business small
end uu.haiigod rates. Wheat without decided chango.
Corn heavy; now $1, primo old mixed and yellow bl 06a
SI 07, choleo yellow und white 80cuSl. Oats unchanged.
Provisions quiet. Ideas pork s 03 25; clear sides l8).?
IB.I.C; shoulden! 10>.jc. Enrd dull. Whiokoy-largo re
ceipts ut unchanged ratos.
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York-Col Tron
holm, wilo and son, tho Misses Trouholm, Mian Hanckol,
J M Ifanokel, Jr, W H Wognor, Mrs Wilkinson, Miss Elk?
Wilkinson, Miss Lou Wilkinson, Alls? Lilly Buger, Min
Minna Gibbos, Mrs F B Holme? and children. M?ES B
Tunno, L Bowio, Robert Muro, lim Muro, Mrs Col Ranis
and daughter, I> Ottelongui, O M Smith and child, Mrs F
L Ward and child, Mrs M Parker aud son, H S Wood, Jr,
U S N, and wifo, Miss Wood, Master Wood, Miss ti C
Judd, Miss Agnes Batos, Miss Mary Bates, Mrs I, C Clark
and children, J Lawson, Jr, II Cogglll, Jr, L M Franklin,
C E Carryl, Jr, O F Lucaa, F Bauobca, II Wagner, 8 0
Euler, E C Betta, A G Jones, E Munday, W Patten, Chas
Rusch, J O Dooly, A Shoulbrcd, O Deonuan, F Woyh
maun, J Campion, wife and children, Mrs M Grow and
child, Mrs Henrietta Daly, Mrs Sehriefor end children,
Mlas E Ilills, Miss La Booth, Miss Anulo Griffith, Mr Car
penter and wifo, Miss Forsyth, Mrs Lacossango, Miss J
11 Thorpo, Mrs Burns and child, Mrs Mary Barker and
child, Mrs M Mayor, Mrs C B Bartlett, Mrs G Pritchott,
and 40 in stccraga.
Por steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via Beaufort
and Blullton-G Ewart, H llslior, Mrs Walters, Miss
Walters, R T Spencer, CHA Balkloy and lady, F Copo*
and lady, Mrs Jenkins, U R ?radon, II L Poland, O J
Lorigan, W Riley. O Hoyward, J Brown, Con Forest, TJ
8 A, G Edward?, I) Wigton, R Small, U Cirocno, and 4 on
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
603 boles Cotton, 25 balos Mdzo, 43 bbls Spirits and 1?
bbls Crudo Turpentine, 31 bola Roain, 31 bbla Tar, 31
baas Flour, 3 cars Lumber, Furniture, and Sundries. Te
OKHuger. D H Bilcox, Willis ft O?lsohn, O O Witte, 1?
O'Noill, J Foster, Shepherd. Uno ii Conon. M A Wregg
J k J D Kirkpatrick, A Robinson k Co, L M Ayoc k Co
E H Bodger? & Co, B Arnold k Go, J OH (Haussen, A J
Salinas, 8 Klatte k Oo, Wlon0'os ft L, W W Smith, G I
Hooley A Oo. Graesor A Smith, King k Oeaaidoy. Albce J
Wama, IIOWT? A Oo, W O Dukds ft Oo, W P Dowling, I
D Uteoy, O W Williams A Co, L D DoSauaaura, Thurstoi
ft Holme?, 3 ti. Caldwell ft Sons, S L Howard, It B Agent
JFrMor&Co, 2!L?AUo,T Bvcnhoueo, Goldanilth ft Son
Jofcn*ton,?r?iri * Oo, lauroy k Alexander, P Mnlkai
Straus?, Vencen ft Co, Milnor, W ft M. BoUmann Bros, !
Iiuc-man, Stoll, Webb & Co, Street Bros k Co, Ebaugh
Consignee? per N-rthrnatern K11 li ron ii,
November a and 3.
nr>2 bslos Colton, 11D bbln Ka val Blores, 0 cars Lumber,
3 cars Furniture, A-c. To Ile: dill k Dockcrv, Itavencl k
Co, J Keilli, G K Pritcbutt, J M Caldwell ft Kou, (IrueHer
& Smith, D A k J t* Earley, Ravoncl k B-.-.ruwell, <1 II lu
graham, It A Kendall, O W Williams ?V Co, .1 ti .1 I) Kirk
patrick, Loo ."c HnoDi i*r, '/, Davis, ltodKcrH ,V Co, Bororen
b Nesbit, Weat k Joins, Gaillard ii Minott, \V O Ilen
in-tt ._ Co, Mowry A; Co, \V K Ryan, Cart, Kopff Ac .lervcy,
J II DagRott & Co, ArJiimn, Frost ii Oo, Willin A: Cliit-olm,
G W Cliu-k & Co, Streut Uros At Co.
2f,7 bnlnii Coll?n, 2X1 bblH Nival Storon, 3 earn Lumber.
bam Grain, Potatoes, Mdzc, ?Ve. To Kendall .t Dockcry,
Williams A: Cb, Mowry Al Co, ti I. Pril.-holt, \V K Ryan,
J.UU Kirkp-trk-k, Leo k ?poncer, G W Williams A: Co,
Btrcot Bros .V Co, T I? Webb, ltod-jors A; Co, Mowry A: Co,
W o Bennett b Co, Adams, Frost <'c co, Caldwell .*; Sun,
Holmes At Htonoy, J II ll;ij;r;ctt Ac Co, Grawor k Sniitli, C1
II liij?ralmiu. Carl, Kopir.v Jorvoy, W li Dawson, Dukes
k Co, Ji-JD Kirkpatrick.
MIASES OP THE HOON.
Now M. 7th, 5h. 4m. morn I Full M. -2d, 4h. 65m. morn
First Q. 15th. 8b. 47m. morn | Last Q. 2atb, 9b. 45m. oven
OCT. a KOV.
M Alt IN L_ NEWS.
PORT OF CUAKLSSTON.
Steamship Quaker City, West, Now York-left Satur
day, P M. Mdzo. To Itiivoniil & Co, O D AhronR, D A
Axnme, J T) Aiken k Co, Adams k Damon, P llucklicr.it,
Dollmann Brou, Byrne k Foj'.artlo, K li?tes Ai Co, II Bis
choff A: Co, T M Bristoll, A BisebofT, J Campson, Bruns
k Bec, W T Burgo - Co. Bisscll ?V Co, W C Boo At Co, II
Cobla t Co, Cobon, llanckel Al Co, T HI Caler, S G Cour
tenay, Cameron, Barkley A: Co, W II Cbafce, Cartmill,
Harbcson ?t Co, J A Cook At Co, J U Duval At Son, J A: F
Dawson, C1 Davis, C li Dwyer, li J Dawson, Doijdun A:
Baker, Harnden's nnil Southern Express COB, J 8 Fairley,
I ti Folk k Co, D F Fleming k Co, J F Fleken. C Gold
fltcin, W Gurney, C Oravuley, II Oordts k Co, Gibbes A:
Co, A O Goodwin, A^ent, Gruber k Martin, Glutton Bros,
F Horsey, li Harris, Holmes A: Calder, C K IIuKor, F M
Hawley, Hastio, Calliouu b Co, J Hurkamp A: Co, Hunt
Bro?, D Jacob?, Jones A: Knobloch, C U .Johnson, John
ston, Crows ic Co, Klini-k, Wlekonbor?? A: Co, Kin;; .*>.. Oan
Bidey, 15 H Kellers, 1' H I?ej?lcr, H Klatte k Co, F Krcs
sel, I? F Koe.iler. .1 ? - J D Kirkpatrick, Lubra k Htclliiig.
N Lavin, Jr. Levy ?*c Alaxauta*, A Lnngor, Lauroy b
Alexander, W Mattbir.iscn, Agont, Mantouo ft Co, J G
Miluor, T ?Murphy, W H Mccomb, C li Moina k Co, H
Myer, I! Martin, S It Marnhull, Mowry k Co, iUi-Loy A;
Hice, W MclJtrnoy, North, Shiel A: Wardell, J ?V Noland,
Noyes ft Vail, D O'Neill. I? Orcutt, Phillips At McDowall,
C 1* I'oppcnholm, It H I'oiuml, J PurctB. Uavcnel ft Barn
well, B O tt H, M E R It, Stamm. Van?os ?t Oo, G w Rtef
foiiH, li Hnuhoyroux, L Bchucll, J Schirmcr, Stoll, Webb
A: Co, J 11 li Sloan, E Scott, J B To*?i_, Thompson Bros,
O Teidcuian, W G Trott, A Tobins' Sons, UllVrliurdt Ac
Campanil, C F Volmer. J H Vollerp, ?I Van Winkio, I? W
Williams ft Co, G II Walter, Wuhrninnn A; Lillioutlinl, A
Wliite, J Wiley. White ?V Mixer, IV-_an_r, Heath k aloa
sees, J B Wiltborrjer, F Winthrop, Es;?, E J Wiss fc Co, J
Walker, WulU'.'i-u A: Stcllinj;, Zo??b?nj_ A* Youuy, iiud
Steamer Eliza Hancox, Poi.t, Savannah, via Boaufort
and Bluirton, 11 balun 9 I Cotton, and lYXdro. To Fer
guson Ac Holmes. U F Baker A: Co, A Bobin- on, Willis ft
Chisolm, H Small, F Cope.?.
Steamship Geo B Upton, Crowoll, Boston-A J Salinas.
Sehr Enchantress, Blatchford, New York-Win Itoach.
Went to Se? -Tcstcrzla}-.
Steamship Geo B Upton, Crowcll, Boston.
I?IST OF VESSELS
HT, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS rORT.
The Yemurri, Thompson, cleared.Oct 3
The Now Castle, Armstrong, cleared.Oot 3
Tho Cardigan, Young, Bailed.Hcpt l8
The Maria, McKonzie, sailed.Sept 15
The Regina, Cummings, sailed.Oct 17
Ship Amoila. Connrir, oaifod.Oct 1
Br brig Albert, Erikson, sailed.Sept 25
The Paul Maria,-, sailed.Oct C
Tho Mistress of the Seas, Pavus, sailed.Oct 1
Tho Pcnpoll, Crocker, saUod.Oct 10
ThoFollina, DowaU, sailed.Oct l8
Ship Golconda, Mis-oily, cloarod.Oct 1 f.
Brl?? Walker, -, up.Sept 31
Brig George Gilchrist, Gilchrist, up.Oct 17
Sehr ?Mary, Munkln, up.Oct 1*1
Bohr P Dolce, Adams, Up.Oct 2?
Steamship E B Souder, Lockwood, to sail.No v ?
Ship Missouri, Edwards, cleared.Oct 28
Brig Jc-sio A Dovoreaux, Clark, up.Oct "ii
Brig C Xf Bing. Ayres, cleared.Oct li
Sehr It C-ldwell, Mccormick, up.Oct 2'J
Sehr Paragon,-, up.Oct 15
Kehr M B BramUall, Hussey, up. .Oct _t
Bohr Susan,-, up.Oct 2C
Behr A J Bentley, Williams, up.Oct _i
Behr Potomac,-, up.Nov 1
Schr W B Mann, Stanford, cleared.Oct 31
Steamship Atlolo, Hall, to sail.Nov ;
Behr Mary, O-born, cleared.Oct It
" MRU. J. (MlllT,
"Emporium of Fashions,"
No. 263 King street,
CIIAULESTO.V, S. C.
ITIRENCn MILLINERY AND AUTISTIC DRESS
J MAKING IN ALL ITS BRANOUES. Lndics',
Miflsos' omi Cliildron'B Dresses, Basques, Socks and
Clcaks cut by measurement, and a perfect fit guaranteod
TrininiiDf?9 and I'utterici of tho lut?-it Paris und Yorli
Fashion- received every month, and sont to any part o:
tho couti try on rocelpt of tho _mounL
Send for circular.
HOLMES & CALDER,
HOLMES & CO.,
II.IPOR.TERB ATVI3 DEALERS IN
mm MEETING AND 55 HASEL STREETS,
0H?UlLE3T0N, _. 0.
WM. K. nOLMI?S.Lato of Hoi_i_s k Co.
WM. CALDKB.Charleston, S. C.
OF EXQUISITE WORKMANBIIIP AND FINISH.
rf-IE UHDE3t?IGNED, HAVING BREN APPOINTED
X Agents for tho colabr-tod Marble- Worlieof WATHAN
k CO., Now York, nro now proparod to rooeivo orJora for
MONUMRMTH. HliADBTONES, and suporb MANTLE
of oxqulslio Hinch; also IRON RAILING?. Call at our
storo and 6O0 numerous designs. Price? at 60 pox cont
lower than can bo purchased In this elly,
HAAG B. HERTZ ??CO., AfronU.
No. 201 East Bay and Cumberland streets.
Ootobor 16 Ima
COTTON' AND CORN FERTILIZER.
BmEOTZONS FOB 08B-BAME AB NO. 1 PERU
VIAM a??-NO, AT LESS THAN HALF Til!
006T. H?a*T?_i 260 pound-oaoh; ?light to tho ton.
HUNT & HBO., ?Agents,
A000MM0DAT?0M trn?iur. cHAaLEaTON, a. a
A PORTION OP OUR STOCK OF PARLOR AND CHAMBER
GRATES is now ready, to which we would invite the attention of
our customers. Wo are prepared to furnish new FENDERS,
BLOWERS and other parts, for old Grates, and to fit them up
generally like new ones.
SHEPHERD, DUG & COHEN,
No. 297 KING-STREET.
COOKING STOVES AND RANGES.
WE ARE NOW PREP AB ED TO FURNISH OUR FRIEND S AND
CUSTOMERS with the most approved varieties of the above. Our
long and thorough experience in this City enables us to fur
nish the very beat article of every class, and WE GUARANTEE
THE PERFECT OPERATION OF EVERY RANGE OR STOVE WE
A.MONQ OUR RANGES TIIERE IS TUE ?
DEFIANCE IMPROVED MOTTS PATENT,
The most convenient, simple, durable and tasteful RANGE ever
made in America, and one that combines all the best and latest
We have the exclusive sale of the celebrated
STEWAET'S PATENT COOKING STOVE,
Which, to all the usual conveniences of the best of other
STOVES, adds a COPPER RESERVOIR for water heated by the
waste smofce; a spacious CLOS ST for keeping food hot when
cooked, and a detached ROASTER of ample size, warranted to
roast all meats perfectly. This STOVE is admitted to be the most
perfect thing ol the kind, and we will take pleasure m showing
it to all who may call upon us.
SHEPHEED, DXJC & COHEN,
No. 297 KING STREET, CHARLESTON.
Saplombor 29 _.lmo _
TINWARE AT WHOLESALE.
WE, HAVING PURCHASED VALUABMl MACH H ER ? FOlt THE PJRPOf-E^F
manufacturing Tinware cxtcr.siuly in all \U brandies would respectfully call
the attention of Merchants and Dealers throughout the country to <?ur H arcs.
Having greater facilities tliau any otlicr House in the State, we are able to oiTer
.mr Goods as low as they can be boughton IKtw York, With the expenses aiid?d.
SHEPHERD, DTJC & COHEN,
NO. 207 KING STREET, CHARLESTON.
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OF ANY KI7.E, 8TyLEORF.IND UULE01O OBDKE,
AND HADE TO ANYPATIEUN.
LETT R, JOTE AKD CAP PAPERS,
BAKERS? BREAD BOOK?.
OF ALL QUALITIES AND STYLE:?.
CONSTANTLY ON HAND, AND AT PRICES T?
SUIT THE TIMES, A GENERAL AfSOl.TMENTOF
LEGAL, CAP AND LAW
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
EXECUTED AT BIT RT NOTICE.
N"o. 59 Broad fe tree t,
CHAKI.KhTOV, S. C.
50th YEAE OF PUBLICATION.
Planters' and Merchants' Almanac
I PRINTED THROUGHOUT WITH NEW TYPE AND
. on good clear papor. Will bo pnblbfltod about iho
sooond wcok In November.
Any Information or oorroctlona^hat oro Intended tor
insertion must bo sont to tbo omeo of publication boforo
tiio l:tst of Ulla month.
AU onlwn for any quantity aro requested na oorly M
poeaible. 1'rlco por linndrod. ?13.
HIRAM HARRIS, Publisher
No. 69 Uroad etrcot, Charleston, B.'o.
GEAESER & Mc JUNKIN
OOLU?1?IA, So. Cn.,
OFFER THEIR ?ERVI0E8 FOR THE PURCHASE
or sala or Cotton ?ni ?Txlaoo generally. OrjU?.
ana OonsUanunta nwpootfcdl? aolloltod.
C. ?. fy?kVHtB. W. S. MoJO?*'*.
STATE OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
By His Exc-sllency, JAMES L. Ona, Governor and Com
mander-in-Chirf in and over the Slate of South Carolina:
EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, I
CoLUsrniA, Novombor 1, 18GG. I
WHEJtEAS. TnE OENERAL ASSEMnLY OF THIS
State, by an Act paesod on tho twenty-firat day of
September, in the year of our Lord one thousand cli;ht
hundred and sixty-six, entitled "An Act for the funding
of the interest mid principal of certain storks and bonds
of tho Slate past due," provided that lmmcdi&to provi
sions be made for funding tho following debt of South
CaroUua, to wit: Three hundred and ten thousand dol
lars, now past (hu*, us tim principal of bonus of tbu Stato
issued by virtue of on Act of tho Legislatura passed la
December, in tho year of our Lord ona thousand eight
hundred and lifly-iiinc, togother with tho Interest on said
bouda; the interest on on issue of boudB to tho amount
of otu: million of dollars, under an Act of the Legislatura
passed in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun
dred and fif:y-l'our; and tho interest on an issno of boin!?
to the amount ol' live hundred thousand dollars, issued
Uder an Act parsed in December, in the year of our Lord
ouo thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, for tho build
in" of the new State UoUHe; likowiso tho Interest on ono
million tovell hundred and seventy-five thousand dollars?
of six prr cent, stock, issued for tho purpose of building
the new Stnte House, under several Acta of the Legisla
ture, paswd in the year of our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and fifty-six, fifty-seven, flfty-ciRht, fifty-nine,
sixty-one and sixty-throe-tho said interest to bo calculat
ed as due up to the date of the first day of July, one thou
sand einht hundred and slxty-eoven; without charging
Interest upon interest of any portion of tho arrcur of in
And niwreop, in accordance with the provisions of
said Ail, bondi of this Hiato hnvo been prepared, of tho
amounts ol'one hundred, five hundred ond otto thousand
dollsrs. p:iyabli'.-it llio Treasury in Columbia-one-half
an tint tlrn.t day of January, in tho year of our Lord ouo
thousand ei^lit huiidn-d and ciglity-sovoii, and the other
liah'on the li rsl day of January, in tho year of our Lord
one thousand ci,".lit hundred and ninety MUD, with
half-yearly cour ona for au interest of six per cent, por
iitiuum, beginning to run from tho first day of Jnly, in
(be year of our T/?rd one thousand eight kundrod'aud
Kow, know ye, lhat in obedieneo to tho requirements
of the said Ait. T, JAME8 L. ORR, Governor and Corn
niaiider-in-Cliiel':iM nfore.iaid, do hereby call on all hold
ers of lionels issue I under the Act of eighteen hundred
and lifty-niue, now past duo, aud upon nil per?ons hold
ing coupons paal duo, or to whom interest ia due o?'the
indcbtodiitsa abovo recited, to como forward and re?oive,
at tlie Treasury of tho Htato, in lieu of the existing evi
dences of indebtedness in their hands, tho bondi hcreln
tihovo des tllied-to the payment of which end tho
coupons attached, the funds nnd faith of the State aro
Or should the creditors of tho .State hereby railed on
prefer, tiny may. upon presentation'of their claims at
the Treasury, re?oive, in tho stead of tho Ronds afore
said, Certific?le? of Stock for tho amount of the sums
due them respect i vely, vedeomablo at tho Treasury in
Columbia, on the first day of January, In tho year cf our
Lord one thousand eight hundred and elghty-Beveu,
bearing inN rest, payable half yearly, at tho Treasury, at
Hie rato o? six per cent per annum, on tho first day? of
January end July of each year, . until tho debt bo re
Exrejiilon will he made as to personF lo whom in
tercut U d'.ta neon bonds Issued nineo tho fnsd day of
January, MO thousand eight hundred and eivty-ore.
They ure hereby calita upon to furnlnh to the Treasurer
a salement o? Pie amounts due, and bonds will be issued
to t?icm heree.ilir. in accordance with such a iicalo an tho
(leucm! Assembly may pnserlbo.
Given under my hand mid the great neal of tim Btul -, r.r
tho City of Columbia, tho first day of November,
(L. S.J IBB6, and in tho ninety-first year of the indi pi n
neuee i>? Uto United States of America.
JAMES L. ORR,
Governor of South Carolina.
Wa, R. HnKTT, .Secretary ol' Stato.
November f> ii
ar.o. P. copr.LvND.o. w. DEARDEN.
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
MAIN AN? UPPER BOUNDARY STH.,
COTTON TOWN, COLUMBIA, 0. C,
"?T7TLL ATTEND TO TT?E STORAGE AND SALE OP
W COTTON* AND PRODUCE oomtigncd to us In Co
lumbJa. . We will also ship and sell Cotton In Charleston.
New York or Liverpool. Wo aro preparad io make liberal
advine? . on conntenmente.
f Ctt> ? . 30 lmo COPELAND k DEARDEN.
BOOTS AND SHOES.
T UAVi^ Jusr ?ET??NED FROMTHE NORTH WITH
1 alarie stock of DOOT8 AND 8HOE8 for rolland
Winter Irjde, con?lnUng ot Gente*, Boys' and Youths'
H iota ond Shoe? o? fdl ?orte and Bizca; abK>, Lsdton' Kino
Droflfl Gaitera and Balmon?a; LadiocT Strong Walkin?
SlSSH!^* ?E0** *****}*r2* ?***W ??d Gente' nous?
9 p??S'???d?I,*,?lJm<i Children'? Gaiters and Balmo
rals of au kinds and atece-all or which will be sold at tho
lowest marVot pri?e?, by