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FRIDAY MORN?^ NOVEMBER 15, 1867.
Thc Last Word.
BI MATHEW ARNOLD.
Creep into thy nar ow boil,
Cree:', and let no moro be ?aid !
Vain thy ouse: I all stands fas' -.
Thou thyself must break at last.
Let tho lone pontention cease !
Geese are swans, aud swans aro geese.
Lot them have it how they willi
Thou art tred ; best be S?ll !
They out-talked thee, hissed thee, tore thee.
Better men fared thus before thee ;
Fired their ringing shot and passed,
Hotly charged-and broke at last
Chargo once moro, theu, and be dumb !
Lot the victors, when they come.
When tho forte ot folly fall.
Find thy bodv bv the wall.
Thc A ! n bu ii KI State Convention.
8WEEPING DISFRANCHISEMENT OF THE WHITES PRO?
POSED-A SEW OATH -SAYINGS AND DOINGS OF THE
A letter dated Montgomery, Ala., November ll,
To-day the Convention has entered soriouslv into
the discussion of the main question for its decision.
The Committee on tho Electivo Franchise, unable
to agree, have presented both a majority and a
minority report. As was expected, tho majority
have recommended a sweeping mensure of dis?
franchisement. The report they have presented
consists of three sections. Tho iirst provides that
every malo citizen twenty one years of URO. who
shall bo a citizen of the United States, or declared
his intention of becomins such, who shall have
resided in the Stete six, and in thc County three
months preceding an election, shall be deemed an
elector, it provides, however, that no soldier,
sailor or marine in tho United States servico shall
acquire a residence by being stationed in tho
Tho second section provides for the registration
of all persons elected except the following three
classes: First, thoso who, during thc late rebel?
lion, in any way violated the rules of civilized war?
fare; second, thoso who have been convicted of
treason, embezzlement of public fuuds, malfea?
sance in office, crime punishable by law with im?
prisonment in the penitentialy, or bribery; third,
those who, having boen registered in accordance
with the provisions of the Reconstruction Ac; of
Congress, refuse to vote either for or agains* tho
new Constitution, when it shall be submitted for
ratification; provided, however, that no person
shah bo disfranchised by this clause whose failure
to vote shall be iu consequence of sickness, neces?
sary absence, or any providential occurrence ren?
dering it impossible for him to reach the polls;
and provided, further, that the General Assembly
shall have authority to remove the disability in?
curred under this act.
The third section provides that all persons be?
fore registering must take the fohowing oath*
ldc solemnly swear or affirm that I will support
and maintain the Constitution and laws of the
United States and tho Constitution and laws of the
State of Alabama; that if I nave ever believed m
tho right of a State to secede I hereby abandon it;
that I accent the civil and political equality of ali
men, aid agree not to attempt to deprive any per?
son or persons on account of race, color or previ?
ous coildition of any political or civil right, privi?
lege or i. munity enjoyed ->y any other class of
Caen; and, furthermore, that I w?l Dot in any way
itjurc or countenance in ethers any attempt to in?
jure any person or persona on account of past or
present support of the Government of the United
States, the policy o.'f the Congress of the United
States, or the- principle of tho political and civil
equality of all men or affiliation with any political
Tue minority roport, while it recommonds uni?
versal negro suffrage, protests againat any mea?
sure of disfranchisement, except for crime or vio?
lation of the rules ol civilized warfare. The ex?
treme men arc, however, undoubtedly in tho as?
cendant, and tue majority report will be adopted
witnoutany essential modification, unless contra?
ry instructions are immediately received from
Mr. Bingham and bis crowd do not disguise that
thoy are legislating solely for partisan enda. They
say they eau ouly keep tho State Republican by
enfranchising the DOgroes ~.d disfranchising the
Conservative whites of tho brate, und they are re?
solved, therefore, to accomplish both objects. Tho
reports are made the special order or to-morrow,
and the question will probably reach a vote in a
day or two. The negroes, although they have
thus far taken no part m the deliberations' of tho
Convention and nave persistently kept sUence,
will vote solid with the more extreme party.
Various petitions, ordinances and resolutions
have also been presentod. An ordinance correct?
ing abuses under the apprentice laws; another
legitimatizing the children of persons of color who
may have ..ved together while slaves without hav?
ing been married, and a third providing that com?
mon carriers shall make no distinctions between
citizens on account of race or color, wero offered,
all of which wero referred. The last ordinance is
behoved to compel the railroad companies to car?
ry negro s in sleeping cara. Tho report of the
Committee on Finance and Taxation reported in
favor of maintaining the credit ot the State in?
violate. A committee ot thirteen was appoi ted
to prepare an oath of office to be taken bv even
CAPTAIN HALL'S SEARCH FOR THE REMAINS OF
SIB JOHN FRANKLIN.-Bv the arrival t > steamer
Nimrod, Captain Chapel, at St. John's, N. F.,
from tho Arotic fishing grounds, we have some
information of tue progress Capt. Hail is making
in his search for the remains of the late Sir Johu
Franklin. It appears that having been disappoint?
ed m obtaining a team of dogs, Capt. Hall had
started on a sledging tour, i i the course ot which
he met a party of hostile Esquimaux, from whom
he learned that at about the time of the lo.- s of
Sir John Franklin's vessel somo white men ear?
ned a dead body on shore, and built a brick
vault, which they carefully cemented, and in
which they deposited the corpse, afterward cov?
ering the vauit with heavy stone flags. This
body Mr. Hali be ieves to bo the remains of Sir
John Franklin, and his intention is to visit tho
locality and satisfy himself upon tho point if
possible. Since, however, this region is inhabited
by hostile natives, Mr. Hall has thought it neces?
sary to ck' with him ? amah force of white men.
To secure thu he offered $500 in gold each to any
five men from the whaling fleet who wou d accom?
pany him. 0: course he secured his mea, and
all hands will start this Fall ou their journey, so
that it is not improbable that next Summer wo
may receive definite information as to the resting
place of Sir John Franklin. Captain Hall has
secured many valuable articles formerly owned by
Sir John's party.-Boson IravelUr.
Exports for the Week ending Thursday,
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Amoila-18 bag* SI Cotton, 3038
halas Uplai d Co.toa, 666 bbla Roam, 7 tierces and I
BREMEN-Per Bromen bark Harzburg-1899 balea Up?
?ARCELONs- Per Spanish po lacro Anon sisal on Fomen?
to-?61 bales Upland Cotton.
BOSTON-Per steamship George B Upton-597 bales
Up and Cotton, 16 bales hags and Paper. 131 tierces
Rice, 4tf hhds and bb.s Iron, S packages Matting, 18
boxes Mdze, 4 balea Straw, 3 boxes Beeswax.
PROVIDENCE, R I-Per bark Kate Stornier-903 bales
PROVIDENCE-Per achr Ethan Allen-170,000 feet Floor?
NEW YORE-Per steamship Champion-73 bags Sea
Island Cotton, 1263 bales Upland Cotton, 160 tierces
Rice, 81 bales Domestics, 32 balts Yam, 20colls
Rope, 35 empty iiorre.s, 9 bbla Lage.- Beer, 36 tbls
Oranges, 33 Packages.Steamship Matanzas- 19
b gs a I Cotton, 771 i a .cs Upland Cot. on, 223 tierces
Ric?, 22 bales Yarn, 9 Factages, 4 bbla Whiskey, Ac.
.Per steamship James Adger-13 bags Sea
Island Cotton, 872 bales Upland Cotton, 114 tierces
Rio?, 195 balea Domestics, 12 bales Yarn, 6 b les
Moss, 16 balsa Rags, 50 bundles Paper, A Packages.
.Par steamship Moneka-i bags s 1 Cotton, 463
balee Upland Cotton, 90 ucrces Rice, and ?unary
BAL'ilMuhE-Per steamship Falcon-675 bales Cotton.
36 bales bid.s and Skins, 18 bale*. Woo., 19 bags
Feathers, 10 rolls Leather, ll bales Raga, 18 Pack
ages, 6 hhds skins.
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
[ros nu WISE aroora XHUISSAX, J-OVXUBER il]
OOTTON,-With increasing arri vs ls ol this article, and
a consequent better supply on tho market, the demand
baa been active dui lng much of tue week just closed,
prices generally varying about a half (X) cent *ft ft. ex
tremea during the week, and indiea?Lg that the rates
have reached a basis when we may hope tor more steadi?
ness in the price of the staple The following have been
th? quotations at the great centres :
The Liverpool rates at the commencement of the week
were 8 9-16u. for Middling, advancing to 8 U-1GJ, aud since
rectding to 8>?d. nominal- New York bogan ut 18)?, ad?
vancing to 19, and receding to 18>ic. for Now York Mid?
dling. The staple at this port on Friday last was quoted
at 16>? for Low Middling. 16*?(&17 for Middling, advan?
ced to 17c. for Middling, and yesterday closed at 16 tjc. "fl
ft. for this grade.
The receipts 1er thc past week at this port amount to
306 bales Sea Islands and Floridas, and 11,052 bales of
Upland Cotton, against 19J balee of Sea Islands and Flo?
ridas, and 11,421 bales nt Upland Cotton the week before,
and 354 bales of Sea Islands and Floridas, and 57G7 bales
of Upland Cot? ot lor tho same week last year. Thu wea?
ther continues highly favorable in this section for secu?
ring the crop, with some limited leports of thin ice lu
We submit tte following statement of the sales and
prices of tho staple here for the week just closed.
On Friday, November 8th, the business in the staple
commenced with a stronger feeling, weich, with a good
Inquiry, light stock, and an improved market at New
York caused prices to advance somewhat irregularly,
but generally lo the extent or go. $ ft. Sales 800 balee ;
Low Middling being quoted at 16.^; Middling at 16X@
17, and Strict Middling at I7"'"@l7j$c. ? ft.
On Saturday there was u good demand at steady
prices, tho market closing with rather more nrmnes-;.
gales 660 bales, Low Middling bjing quoted at 16jjc,
Middling at 17c, and Strict Middling at 17X017J.C.
On Monday, during the first part of the day, the mar?
ket was steady, 'ant closed with a lower ten lency. sales
430 balee, Middong being quoted at 16X@17c.
On Tuesday the demand was active throughout the
dry; prices generally without change. Sales, including
some omitted before, wy 1600 bales. Low Middling bc
Log quoted at 15X@16Jic; Middling at 16X?17c, and
Strict Middling at 17>*c. $ lt).
On Wednesday the inquiry was without animation, and
prices had a drooping tendency, declining about Kc. 3
ft. in some transactions. Sales 669 bales. Low Middling
.Ming quoted si 16j?c" Middling at 165?c, and Strict
Middling at 17(3,17>,c. "p ft.
On Wednesday the market was activo and declining,
price? tailing oft from XQX* $ ft. Sales IMO balee, J
including loo tlu> evening before; say 41 at 16
16; 76 st 16.V. 19 at IC1. : 571 at Itt V. 1C2 at 16"
15 at IT'j.-., and 3 bales Zipporah, Extra Staple
Wc quote Liverpool classification;
& Md Upi
Stock on band Sept. 1,1867. 18) ti
Received this week. 3(19 HO
Received proviously. 441 424
Experts- 8. It'd. Up'd. Rice.
Tn:* week. 136 9820 708
Previously. 318 28923 2348
City and local
4M 3x743 9956
Total exports and consumption 441 387
Stock ou ban>l and on shipboard_ 488 156:
hAlir TIMK LAS! Y EAU.
Stork on hand Sept. 1. 1S?0. 398 631
Received this week. 354 571
Received previously. 1239 2561
Exports- - .V. /'d Cp'd. Rice.
Thu ?eek. 329 2754 ICO
Previously. 938 21051 796
1257 26805 930
1 Total exports. 1257 268C
I Stock on hand and on shipboard_ 671 991
SEA IPLAND COTTON.-Tho receipts are inoroai
have been 309 l'aies of Sea Island and Floridas
190 bales the previous week. There has been :
quiry, and about 120 bales, mostly Flori las, ^
pos, d of at 30 @ 35c. fl lb. for stained, 49 ? 6?
for clean and good staple, and 60 @ 70c. lor cb
extra Floridas. Wc note sa'es 0: good to pr
Islands at 45c. (a, SI fl lb., and a few choice bal
casionally higher rates.
RICE.-The arrivalb ol" thia grain have been 1
ring the week, and amount!; to about 30,000 bi
Carolina Kcusb, and 329 tierces of Carolina Ciel
thc latter from Georgetown, (S. C.) There his bee
enquiry, and factors have generally sold readily
and firm prices. Wo note sales of about 500 ti
Clean Carolina-say 50 tierces nt 8l4c. fl lb.;
8J?C. ; 23 do at 8 7-16c. ; 76 at 8Jjc, ; 113 tierce? a
75 at 8J,'c. ; 18 do. at 8 11-16; and 80 at 8 1316c. fl
quote fair at 8A? @ 8J?; good 8)i ? S-"; ande
prime at 8J? @ 8 13-lGc. fl lb. Yesterday thei
good demand at Armor prices, sale-, about 80 tierc
60 at 8}" ; 30 at 8 % ; aud GO tierces Middling Rice s
BJ?C. fl lb.
M AVAL STORES.-There has been received abc
bbls. Rosin and 150 bbls. Spirits Turpentine. N<
received. We note sales of Common Rosin at $2
Pale at $4 fl bbl. The Spirits Turpentine was d:
of at 60?50)?c. fl gallon.
HAY.-There has been receive 1 during tho wee!
140C bales, nil North Uiver quantics. Ab jut the <
our last report, a sale took place at $1 25 ti 100, b
market has since been quiet and without wholesali
COBS.-The arrivals have been tonfined to abo
bushels for the retail trade. The demand is of tai
limited character, and we loarn ol no wholesale ti
OATS-Has been in large receipt, and amount u
8000 busheis for the wee;. Transactions have
place at 90? 93 cents V bushel, bags Included,
f FLOUR.-This article continues in fair dem sn
in some cases Bales hav.> been made at easier pnce
quoto : South ?rn Super at ?email@example.com ; Southern
at *T8 fl bbl., and Family at 814 ? bbl. Norther
Western qualities aro in limited stock, but vcrj
demand. We quote : Northern and Western Su
$11.75?12 fl bbb; Northern and Western Extra at
@1J fl bbl., and Family at $13.75fa,H fl bbl.
BACON.-There is a fair supply of the qualities
in demand p::.ces having ? declining tendency, b
inquiry ia very light, and almost nominal. The n
is suppbed with inferior Must, but it sells ut rat
irregular to be quoted. We quote : Prime Should)
H.sffil? centii ji lb.; Primo Ribbed Sides at 17 Ji
fi lb., and Prime Clear Ribbed Sides at 19.s ces
lb. There is a fair supply of Belly Bacon and Stri
tho market, ?hieb is sold at 13 cents fl lb.
SAL!.-Abiut 7000 sacks of this ?rdele has bei
ceived from liverpool. We learn of no large sales,
lots being generally held at $2, and small quantit
$2 25y,2 50 fi suck..
INDIA BAGGING^.-The market is tully supplied
this article, and sellers axe offering large
at 23 cents fl yard, cash, and 23Ji ? 24 ces
time, and smaUer quantities at 25c. fl yard. New
uni:y Cloth is held at 26c. Dundee Bagging, 44 in
1J? ms. to the yard, is held at30?35 cents. Se
bind Bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. to the yal
held at G0?65 cents.
ROPE-In consequence of the use of Iron Ties,
demand for Rope is very b'ght and prices Irregular
somenhat nominal at quotations. Wo quote Her
13@14 cents ? m. ; Grecnleaf at 14?15 cents, and Ji
13 cents fl th.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton axe corning
use, and DILLON'S Universal Tie, WM. ROACH, A|
the Ar.ow Tie, R. Ment A Co., Agenta, the BEARD'S
GEOBOE W. WILLIAMS tc Co., Agents, and the WA
Buckle Tie, STREET BROTHERS A Co., Agents, and CK
A- MCINTXRE'S Tie, WILLIS A CHISOLM, Agents, are c
ed m this market ai 10)i@12)i cents fl lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-Some limited supplie
River Timber and Lumber is coming to hand, am
quote Uiver Flooring Bouras at $13 M. ; scantling
Plank clo? 12 fl M.; Timber of shipping and good
qualities there is nono on tho market; common Tin
is selling at $?@6; City steam sawed Lumber is qu
at $20? -5 fl M.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by sail, were at Jid. f
on Uplands up to yesterday, when they hardenc
9-16d., at which rate some engagements were ni
but holders ol room were asking Jid. on Upland at
close. To Havre nominal. To the West Indies nott
offering. Coastwise-To New York, by steam, lc
lb. on Uplands, and l>*'c. on Sea Islande ls
local aaking rates. $1 50? $2 fl tierce on Rice. By 1
Ji@Jic. 3 lb on Cotton, and Sl@l 25 ?? tc. on B
To Boston by steam, lc. f* ib in Ccttcn and $2 fl tc.
Rice; by sail J^c. f) tb. on Cotton. To Philadelphia,
cent, fl lb. on Cotton,bj steam, and -c. fl lb. by 1
To Baltimore, by steam, Jic. fl lb. on Cotton, and $
fl tierce on Rice. Thc Baltimore and Charleston Ste
ship Company take Cotton through to Cincinnati,
$1.50 fl 100 lbs.; Rice 56c. fl HO lbs. To Louis vi
Cotton, $1.70 fl 100 lbs.; Rice 75c. fl 100 lbs. To
Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fl 100 lbs. ; RiceSec. fl 100 I
Tutee steamerstako freight through to Philadeipl
On Lumber, by coil, to Now York, Philadelphia <
Baltimore, at $0(47 , M, and on limber $9@10 ft
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-the rate yesterday 1
150Ji for sixty days bilis.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purcliaaing Sb.
Chocks on Now York at Ji off; ono to five days, 1 ft ce
off; five to ten days, IJ? off; ten to fifteen days, 1)6 o
fl?toen to twenty ?, vye, 1J? off; twenty to twenty-f
divs, 3 fi cent off; ,-venty-nve to thirty days, 2Ji
cent. off. They are seiMng Sight Checks at par.
COLD.-The broker* w^re yesterday buying at 40 a
sel'ing st 41.
AUGUSTA, November 13-FINANCIAL.-GOLD-Brok?
buying at 139 and selling at 141.
SILVER- Buying at 130 and selling at 133.
COTTON.-Tno market opened with a good deni?nd, <
a basis of 16c ?or Ni w Yors M ddling, but on the recel
of Liverpool advices of Jid decline, c osed dull, lt
difficult tc give quotations correct as nothing of cont
quence bas boen done since these advices to e-tablii
tho marke:, though a few sales were mudo at 15 J?' to 15%
Total eeks 869 bales. Receipts 834 bales.
BACON-Unsettled; Smoked Shoulders 15c, in lot
Clear Sides, 18c; do Long C Sides, 16c do; C R 81de
CORN-New $1 10 a 1 20.
WHIAT- White, $3 20 a 3 30; Red, U 50 a 2 70.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, Novemoer 9.-COTTON-Unusual!
dark and rainy weather, a limited supply on sale, li
creased difficulty in passing loreign exchange, and th
interruption o? telegraphic communication with So
York until a late hour, com bined to prevent even an a'
?rage movement to-oay. and tho sales were confined t
500 bales. Nothing transpired to indicate any chang
in prices, nnd we continue to quote Good Ordinary at -
a lOJic Low Middling - n 17J?. Middling 18 a -, Goo
Middling 19Ji a 20. and Middling Fair 21 a -. Our quoti
tions lor Good Middling aud Middling Fair are pred
catcd on actual sales and the classifications of the buyen
but we understand that Fair bas boen offered at tb
figures set down for Middling Fab:.
STATEMENT Ol' COTTON.
-tock on hand 1st September, 1867.bales-16,28<
Arri ed previously.62.124-63,40'
Clcaryil to-day. 1434
Cleirad previously. 36.062-37,171
Stock on hand and on sbipboaid.. . 41.54?
WILMINGTON, November 13-6 P. M.-TURPENTINE
-Has declined 35 couts, and wo quote sales of 302 bbb
at $i 25 lor virgin aud yellow dip, and $2 15 tor bard,
per 280 .bs.
SPIHITS TURPENTINE.-Sales ol* 50 bbl* at GO*, cents,
and 72 do at 51 couts, por gallon.
ROSIN.-Market contin?en to rule dull for all grades,
sales o: 310 Ubis ot s-j 5U for common, S2 00 for No 2,
and $3 a 3 12 ^ for No 1.
TAB-Is duU. One or two lots offering ou market, but
no sales. Prices have a downward tendency.
COTTON.- >ales to-day ot 102 bales at 15 cents for low
middling, nd 17 cents per lb fo middling.
ITMBEB.-Three rafts so.'d ai ?8 25 for lair, and $11 50
BALTIMORE, Novomber 12.-COTTON.- Wa? lesa ac?
tivo to-day; somo inquiry but few sale?. Cabio adrices
cf the ll ib was slightly unfavorable. Wo have only to
notice small sides, 1 murnang Low Middbug at 17c, and
Middling Upland IS?.
COFFEE-No tales to-day worthy ot notice. Market
dull though without quotable chango.
FLOCB-Within a lew days past fiore were sales of 500
bbls choice Super at SlO.cO; 500 bbls good Ci'y Mills do
$10. We also notice to-day 100 bbls Pennsylvania Extra
at $11. Demanu mostly confined to Winter Wheat Su?
pers. M.-irket generally closed quiet, though no quota?
OBAIN-Owing to the prevalence of heavy head wini's
thc arrivals to-day by water were light. Offerings only
800 bushels white and GOOD bushels red. The market was
miner than st tho elote ol the previous day. Prime and
choice samples coutiuue scarce; 130M bushels white, in
ler.or to K?J"J. *2 10 a 2 5U; 200 bushels choice Vir??lnia
Valley red ?3 60; lO.i bushels choice Maryland ?2 55; 3ou
bushels prune do S2 50; 130o bushels good S2 40 a 2 46;
700 bushe s lair ?2 30; 2 Oj bushels g. ed Pennsylvania
?2 32, and small lots infer.or Maryland $2 a 2 25. Com
-2?OU bu-he.s white and 4c00 bushels yellow comprised
the offerings; market was steady tor old crop; 710 bush?
els white sold at si 30 a 1 32; 18u"o bushels vollow $1 32;
small lotb ol new <.rop white at 9C eta ti Si" 08, as to con?
dition; 113 bushels do il 18, for hominy; luoO bushels
new Western mixed ?l 12 a 1 20. Oats-4&U0 bushels te
ceiyt d; marka active and prices steady; U00 bushels in
fenor to lair sold at 03 a 69 cts; MOO bushels good to
primo 70 a 73 ct?. Rye-Otterings small; only sales re
ported were 61) bushels inferior $1 20: 50 do primo Penn
sylvania SI 60.
Pr.ovi.siosH.-W.? notieea lillie mon activity for bscou,
in Jots from Jobbern, wi tb prices steady as last Riven,
vii: Por shoulder* I3.i4'a 13,i?c: rib sides 16.V: clear rib
16*? a 17c; near I7Jgc; new citv cured bani? 19 a 20c.
Mess Pork-We report sales of 200 bbls city mess at
$20 50; quote Western $21 25 a 23 50 for sound lot?, and
$23 lor rotal lots. Lard-Nothing doing In Western;
quote city 12i? a 1 >c, latter for jobbing lots.
RICE.-Wo report a pale of 15 tiercas Carolina at 9c;
quote 9 a 9^c, latter a?ked for prime invoices.
Sew York .Harket.
Tho New York Evening Post, of Tuesday, November
12th, says :
The loan market is stagnant There is an abundant
supply of idle capital, and tho flow of currency sets this
way from tho West, while the demand for tho South is
not very great. Call loans arc 7. with exceptious at 6,
and discounts aro on tho baso of 7 a 9 for first-class
Tho stock market is without chango. Governments
are steady, except thc ten-forties, which have advanced
to 102>.,' under an accession of orders to buy, whether
for loreign account or for speculation, does not appear.
The other gold-bearing bonds aro finn. In seven-thir?
ties little is doing. Railroad shares are quiet and a frac?
NEW YORK. November 12.-FLOCK.-The market for
Western and State flour is moro active, and with
moderate arrivals anda better export demand for the
low grades, aro 10 a 25o better. Medium grades are
firmly held but irregular.
The sale' nre 17,000 bbls at $8 50 a 9 05 for Superfine
State and Western; ?9 40 a 9 90 for Common Extra
State; $10 a 10 25 for fancy State; $9 30 a 10 for tho low
grades of Spring Wheat, West rn Extra; $9 50 a 10 60 for
shipping Ohio; $10 60a 13 60 tor trade and family brands,
and SH a 15 40 for Sc. Louis Extras.
Southern flour is steadier. Sales of 355 bbls at $9 66 a
ll 50 for common to fair Baltimore and country Exuas,
and $11 a 14 :or trade and family brands.
GBAIN-The wheat marke' ls more active and prices
are 3 a 4c better, closing stronger. The demand is quite
general though chiefly for export
The sales are 185,000 bushels at $2 23 a 2 27 for No 1
Chicago Sprin-; $2 18 a 2 22X for No 2 do; $2 a 2 15 tor
No 3; $2 24 a 2 27 for No 2 Milwaukee; $2 30 for Green
Bay, and $2 70 for amber State.
Oats <ptnod firm and fairly active, but closed quiet
at about ont in.-i. o prices, i he sales are 75,000 bushel
Ohio and Western at 76 ^ a 77c, chiefly at the inside.
Rye is iuac ive ; Western is held at $1 62 a 1 63, with
buyers at $1 60.
corn op<ued very firm st our extreme figures; but buy?
ers hel<i off and prices declined, and the market closes
quito unsettled. The inquiry is routined to the home
The sales are 575,000 bushels. Damp and unsound at
$1 34 a 1 36; Western mixed $1 36 a 1 37 in store, $1 37 a
1 38 afloat; new .southern whitest $1 30.
PROVISION?-Tho Pork market has been rather moro
activo and prices aro better, closing firmer.
The sales, cash and regular, are 2375 bbls at $20 80 a
20 90 for mess.
Bacon continues quite active and the market ls firm.
Our outside figures are for choice brands. Sales of 760
boxes Cumberland cut for December at Ile; 100 boxes
Cumberland. 15th December to 15th January, at Ile.
On the spot and for early delivery 300 boxes city Bacon
at 13,Ki a 12 \ic for Cumberland, 13jgc for long rib, 12Xc
for long cut hams, and 12?? a 13c for long clear.
Lard is quiet, neither buyers or sellers manifesting
much disposition to operate. Prices are firm, the offer?
Salea of 600 bbls and tes at 12J? a 12Sc for So 1 ; 12,'; a
13c for city; 13 a 13^c lor fair to primo steam and kettle
rendered, the latter from store.
BCTTEII-ls dull and heavy. We quote as follows:
Goshen und orange county, pails, ? lt, 40 a 60 ets,
State firkins and tubs, good to choice, 40 a 42c; Illinois,
Iowa and Minnesota, 26 a30c; Western Reserve, good to
choice 32 a 35c; state tubs, Welsh, good to ohoice, 88
a 40c ; Ohio, common to fair. 20 a 24 c.
CHEESE-Thc market is dull and prices aro heavy. We
quote as follows: state factory, good to choice, fl lb, new,
li,-, H 16c ; State fair to good, 13a 14c; State dairies, choice,
13 a 15c; E: glish dairy. Conn., 16 a 17c; English d dry,
Ohio, 16 a 17c; Vermont dairy, good to choice, 12 a 14c;
pineapple, 19 a 22c; Ohio, prime, 13 a 14c. ; Ohio fac?
tory, good to choice. 14 a 16c._
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAir Ol NO, ?? yard
Dundce. 30 ? 65
Gunny Cloth. 23 ? 25
BALE ROPE, ?? lb-Manilla. 24 ? 25
Western. 13 ? 15
New York. - ?
Ju e. 12?? -
BREAD, 9 lt
Navy. _ @ _
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 ? 16
BRICKS, ?? M. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAN, V 100 lbs. 33 O -
COTTON, ?? lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. - @ -
Low Middling. 10 fl -
Middling to Strict Middling. 16>?@ 17
Good Middling. - @ -
Sealsland. 30 @ 1.16
CANDLES, fl lb-Sperm,. 28 ? -
Adamantine. 2 J ? 25
Tallow. 19 (a. 20
COFFEE, ?? lb-Rio. 24 @ 30
Laguayra. 28 (qt 36
Java. Qt 45
CORDAGE, ?? lb-Manilla. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORN MEAL, ?? bbl. 6.00 @ -
COAL, ^ ton-Anthracite. 9.50 010.00
COPPER. W lb-?beet.I 68 @ 60
Peruvian Guano, V ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, ?? 2000 fte. 76.00 0 -
Phoenix Guano. 66.00 ? -
Raugh's Phosphate, ?? 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate. ?? 2000 lbs... 65.00 (a, -
Mapes'Super Phosphate,?? 2000 lb 65.00 @ -
Zell'a Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 (at -
Zed's Super Phosphate of Limo.. 60.00 ? -
Wools ton's Phosphate of Lime..-. | 65.00 ? -
FISH-Cod, 9 100 res.| 7.00 ? 9.00
Herring, ?? box. 45 ? 80
Mackerel No. 1. ?? half bbl. 11.00 ?11.60
Mackerel, No. 2, ?? half bbl.10.00 ?10.50
Mackorel, No. 3, ?? bbl. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. - & -
No. 2. - ? -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, ?? i OJ-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 23
Half boxes_ 48 (at 6u
FLOUR, ?? bbl-Super.11.76 ?12.00
Northern and Western Extra.12.75 ($13.00
Baltimore Extra.13.00 @ -
Extra.13.00 ? -
Family.14.00 Cat -
FRUITS-Vranes, ?? lb. 22 tv -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. 10 @ 28
Almonds, soft shell. 36 (gt 40
Raisins, M. R., ?? box. 4.00 (a, 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.60 ? 5.50
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons, ?? box.16.00 @17.00
cf LASS. ?? box of 50 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 @ 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.50
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, ?? bushel. 89 ? 93
Western Oats, fl bushel. - ? -
Corn, ?? bushol. 1.60 ?1.70
Beans, ?? bushel.. 2.00 ? 3.00
f HAY, ?? cwt.-North River. 1.20 ? -
Eastern. 1.S5 (gt -
HIDES-Dry, ?? lb.j 10 ? 12
INDIGO-?? lb. 1.00 ? 1.76
IRON- Relined, ?? lb. | 07 (at 07
Swede.| 03 (i 1CJ?
LATHS, ?? M. 4.00 ? 4.60
?/.4L&-SheU, ?? bbl. - (a) -
South Carolina.| 1.60 ? -
Rockport.j 2.00 ? 2.25
Cement.I 2.75 ? 3.60
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 (gt 4.60
LUMBER, %i M. ieet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.i38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, ?? M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tongued_ 28.00 (ai32.00
?EATHER, country tanned, ?? re. - 2 -
MOLASSES, ?? gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado. 65 ? 66
Sugar House. 60 ? l.uu
New Orleans. 75 QA 82
NA VAL STORES, ?? bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch.i - ($, -
Rosin, Pale. 4.60 ? 6.00
Rosin, No. 1. 3.76 ?4.00
Rosin, No. 2. 8.00 ? -
Rosin. No. 3. 2.75 (ct 2.85
Suints Turpentine, > gallon. 60 ? 61
OSilUUi. <M re. !. ia, -
IT AILS-American, 4?20d, ?? keg. 5.50 ? 7.00
American Wrought. - ? _
lathing. 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, ?? re. 1.00 (gt -
Galvanized. 30 ? _
Spikes. 12 ? 15
Ol LS- Lard, ?? gallon. 1.40 ? 1.46
Linseed, ?? gallon. 1.64 ?1.60
Sperm, Winter, ?? gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, ?? gallon. - ? -
Castor IE I.), ?? gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, ?? dozen.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, ?? gallon.i 52 ? 64
Benzine, ?? gallon.| 60 ? -
PROVISIONS-Beef, mess, ?? bbl.116.00 ?30.00
Beef, prime.114.00 (415.00
Pork, mess. 28.00 ? 42
Rump. - (g? _
Bacon, Hams, ?? lb. 18 ? - y1
Bacon, Sides. 18 ? 18u
Bacon, Shoulders. 16 (at 16
Bacon, Strips. 18 ? -
Lard, in keg. 12,4? 15
Butter. 30 ? 46
Cheese. 16 ? 54
Potatoes, ?? bbl. 4.00 @ -
Onions. 4.00 ? -
Apples. 8.00 ? 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead, ?? lb. 10 ? 10
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.j 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, ?? lb 12 ? -
RICE-Carolina, ?! lb. S ? 9
East India. - (gt -
SLA TES- American. ?! square.12.50 (a. -
SHINGLES, ?? M. 7.00 (? 8.OU
White Pine, first quality.12.00 ? -
SA LT- Liverpool, coarse, ?? sack. 2.00 ? 2.60
Liverpool, lino. - ? -
SOAP-Bar, ?? re. ll ? is
STARCH, ?? lb. 10 (at 12
SPICES. ?? lb-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ?
Nutmegs. 2.no t* 2.60
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 4U ? 5u
Race Ginger. 30 ii -
SPIRITS, ?? gallon-Alcohol. 5.0U ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.14.00 ?12.M
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.75
Gin. Holland. 4.75 @ 6.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ?3.76
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum. N. E.I 2.60 (at 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 (a) 5.UU
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 (at 2.40
SUGAR, ?? lb-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 1?
Clarified A. 17 ? 18X
Clarified B. 17 (at 1?
Clarified C. 1C>?? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 16
Muscovai'-. 13 ? 16
SEGARS-Doracs?c manufacture, fl IL 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, ?? lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.5C
Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Youug Uvsou. 1.50 ? l.CU
Black. 1-00 ? 1.75
TOBA CCU, ?i lb, as per quality. 40 ($1.60
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - W -
Poplar. - ? -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? -
I X Roofing Plate.17.00 ? -
I C 'lin Plate', 10x14.15.50 ? -
I X Tin Plato 10x14.17.00 ? -
1 CTlu Plato, 14x20. 16.50 ?
Elock Tin, ?? lb. 49 ? --
TWINE- Cotton, ft lb. 75 ? -
Haling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 ? -
TARNISH-Bright, ?! gatton. 25 ?
Parafiuc. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wino, ?? gallon. 60 ? -
Cider. 30 ? -
French. 1.00 ? 1.25
WINE, ?? gu'-lon-Port. 2.60 @ 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 6.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 6.00
Claiet, ?! case. 6.00 ?13.60
Champagne, ?? basket. 25.00 ?30.00
ZINC-Sheet, fi lb.| 26 ? 27
Export* of Rice. Vin ni Stores and Lamber,
rrom tilt- Port or Charleston, from the 1st
September to November lt, 1807.
N. STORKS.I LUMUKU.
Wilmington, N. C.
St Johns, N B.
Comparative Exports of Cotton from the
Port of Charleston.
Other BriUsh Ports.
Total to Great Britain.
Other French Ports.
Total to Franco..
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
South of Europa.
West Indies, 4c.
Total Foreign Ports.
Ithodo Island, ie.
Baltimore and Norfolk_
New Orleans, ic.
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coaatwiso Ports.
.Harket Report and Quotation Sheet fbr
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, for Week
ending November 14,1887.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.
SOUTHEBN BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.33@00
Bank of Charleston.19?00
Bank of Chester.12? 00
Bank of Georgetown.15?>00
Bank of Hamburg.14@00
Bank of Newberry.38@00
Bank of South Carolina.09@00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.11@00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan., '61. .05? OJ
Commercial Bank. Columbia.02? 00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.10@00
Merchant's Bank, Gheraw.07?UO
People's Bank, Charleston.49?0.
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.08?00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston_18? CO
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.25?CO
State Bank, Charleston.03?CO
Union Bank, Charleston.75?CO
City of Charleston Chango Billa.80?00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.?0?QU
BONDS. STOCK AND COUPONS.
Georgia State Coupons.83(300
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old).83(300
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent, (new).00?oo
Memphis Coupons, City.00?00
Memphis Bouds, City.00?00
City of Columbia Bonds.25?20
City of Columbia Coupons.20?21
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.30?00
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent Bonds..66?00
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent Bonds... 57?00
South Carotina B. lt.Certificate of Indebtedness... 45?00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.32?00
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtedness_80(300
City of Charleston Fire Loan Boiada.60@oo
State of South Carolina Booda (old).34? 35
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of January
State of South Carolina Stock..25?20
State of South Carolina Coupona.28? 29
People's National Bank Stock.95? 30
First National Bank Stock.95? 30
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.68?00
Northeastern Railroad lat Coupons (past due).41? 00
Northeastern RailroadCertificate of Indebtedness.38?00
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 13? 00
Charleston City Railway Stock.35?00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (State
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (lat inter?
est of 2d hen).00?00
City of Savannah Bonds.64?00
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to lat June,
City of Savannah Conpons(due after 1st June,1866).95?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonda.75? JJ
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.92? 00
Money brings 213 per cent a month on first-class col?
Any information in relation to Bonda, stocks, Cou?
pons, or Bank Billa, will be furnished by application,
either i ? person or by letter, to the Broker abovo named,
at No. 8 Broad street
Consignees per south Carolina Railroad,
1931 bales Cotton, 14 bales Yarns, 86 bags Corn and
PoaB, 117 bags Bough Rice, 134 sacks Dried Fruit, 177
bbls Naval Stores, fcc. To Railroad Agent, J M Cald?
well A Sons, M Israel, Clacius & Witto, Col Hunt, W C
Courtney ti Co, E Bates 4 Co, E J Wlss 4 Co, Johnston,
Crews 4 Co, Willis 4 Chisoun, G H Walter 4 Co, J B E
.- loan, J R Pringle, H L Jeffers 4 Co, G W Williams 4
Co. P A Chazal, Graeser, Leo, Smith 4 Co, J r Aiken 4
co, W W Smith, G W Witte, W B Williams, Adams,
Frost 4 Co, Courtenay 4 'irenholm, W H Chafes, Thurs?
ton 4 Holmes, J 4 J D Kirkpatrick. Cert, Kopff 4 Jer
vey, J N Robson, L D DeSaussure, Street Bros 4 Co, W
B Smith & Co, Gibbes 4 Co, G A Hopley 4 Co, E J Daw
t-on, Ctilsolm Bros, J Campsen 4 Co, Goldsmith 4 Son,
P Lanigan, W E Byan, Ravenel 4 Barnwell, Utsey 4
Ken \on, F C Mey, Cohen, Hant kel & Co, Kanapaux 4
Lanneau, J. fiords 4 Co, J D Busch, T H Dewees, F L
Meyer. O Reeder, H Bischoff 4 Co, J Wiley, J Marshall,
A Robint-on 4 Co, Mowry 4 Co, W P fowling. Boper 4
Stoney, W M Bird 4 Co, Mrs L Balser, and Order.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
161 bales Cotton, 483 bbls Naval Stores, 6 cars Lum?
ber, Mdze, 4c. To Graeaer, Lee, Smith 4 Co, J 4 J D
Kirkpatrick, W C Dukes 4 Co, 8 L Howard 4 Bro, Gall
lard 4 Minott, S Middleton, G W Williams 4 Co, Adams,
Frost 4 Co, J M Caldwell 4 Son, A S Johnston, Z Davis,
O Reeder, E H Rodgera 4 Co, Kanapaux 4 Lanneau, G
E Pratchett, T D Stoney, J Welters, G H Djgraham
Son, J H Baggett 4 Co, Kendall 4 Dockery, Mantoue
Co, Kinsman & Howell J R Pringle, J Marshall, Jr, B
Simmons, F A Sawyer, and Order.
Per steamship Falcon, for Baltimore-Misa Bonner,
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, via Beaufort,
HUton Head, 4c-J Bennelly, Mrs Mellichamp, Dr N
crewel! and lady, Mrs Johnson and sou, H F Howe.
PHASES OP THE KOON.
First Q. ith, 10h. 7m. morn I Last Q. 13th,llb. 40m.mora
Full M. 11th. Th. 50m. even j New M. 2ith,llb. 41m, even
KHZ?. I SETS.
BIS IS. WATEB.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, Philadelphia-left on Sun?
day. Mdze, 4c. To H F Baker 4 Co. E N Fuller, W
G Wh'lden 4 i o, Railroad Agent, J D Chalmers, L Cha?
p?n 4 Co, C S Holmes, shepherd 4 Cohen, J J Baker, W
Kennedy, W H Martin, R J Daniels, Jeffords 4 Co, A S
Willington 4 Co, J Walker, J Marion, D Risley, R Stew?
art, E J Dawson 4 Co, W c Herring, Chisolm Bros, G H
Brown, Cameron. Barkley 4 Co, A J White & Son, Lauroy
4 Alexander, feighan 4 Baker, J Reed, L F Robertson,
Sbackolford 4 Kelly, Heartens 4 Wohltmann, Holmea 4
Calder, A Tobias' Sons, 0 Ring, Clscins 4 Witte, K?uok,
Wickeubu?g 4 Co, P Walsh, Risley 4 Creighton, J Slat?
tery', R Adger, J H Murray. J C Cochran, W M Bird 4
Co, J Lovy, JIB c-o-tzen, D A Amine, F U Plogor, J P
Kelp, Knete 4 Chapman, J Rolls, H Bulwinkle, Werner
4 Ducker, J H Bredenburg, J M Martin, P Meilzier, W
A Skriuc, J R Rusfell, Dr 1 E Hertz, I V? Bliss, H Klatto
4 Co, B O'Neill, Wagener, Heath 4 Monsees, A H Brown,
J L Small, Gruber 4 Martiu, N F Burgess, C P Poppou
heim, Cohen, Hanckel 4 Co, Jeffords A: Co, G Prince, C
sinclair. J Cosgrove, B C Ahreus, W Ferguson, W Gur?
ney, J M Greer, Strauss, Vanees 4 Co, J small, R U Mc?
Dowell. Wickersbam 4 Lang, F Von Santen, D R Neuf- '
ville, Mrs E Flood, Brown 4 Hyer, J N Robson, Fergu?
son k Holmes, J Heescinan k Bro, E Sommers, Dowio A: I
Moise, J B Togni, A Langer, H Brandes, L Mettencel, J
N King, E H Kelltrs 4 Co. C Couklin, and Order.
Steamship Zodiac Rogers, New York, >ia Wilmington,
N C-24 hours from thc latter. Hay, 4c. Tn Willis 4
Sehr Ann S Deas, from Weet Point Mill. 73 bbls Rice. I
To J R Pringle.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah, via Hilton '?
Head aud Bluffton. 29 bales Cotton, 5 bales Hides, 46
bales Bags, Fruit, 4c. To J s erguson. H Harris, Cohen,
Hanckel k Co, J ? p Dawson, Mrs 1 W Hayue, Piuckney
Bros. Ravenel 4 Co, Dr D Sams, A Canale, Quartermas?
ter, Southern Express Co.
Steamer Planter, White, Pee Dee via Georgetown. >
565 bales Cotton, and Mdze. To J rergusou. Mowry 4
Co. J H Baggo-t 4 Co. J 4 J D Kirkpatrick. Adams,
Frost 4 Co, Thurston A: Holmes, Graeser, Loe, Smith 4
Co, G W Williams A: Co, E ll Budgers 4 Co. Kendall 4
Dockery, and Order.
Received lrom chisolm'*. Mill-55 bbls Rice. To Ad- ?
ams. Frost 4 co.
Received from Chisoltu's Mil-45 bbls Rios. To Chis?
IN THE OFFING.
Ship Golconds, troin Bait more.
Cleared Yesterday. I
Steamship Moneka Shackford, New York-Jno 4 Theo 1
Steamship Falcon, Iteed, Baltimore-Courtenay 4 Tren
Went to Sea Wedneeday.
Sehr Douna Anna, Chase, Fernandina, Fla.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Moneka, Shackford, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore.
From this Port.
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, Boston, Nov 14, to
leave on the 19th.
Sehr Emma, P. nton. Georgetown, S C, Nov 6.
l p for this Port.
Sehr Harriet Newel], Gould, at New York, Nov 13.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, at New York, Nov 12.
Sehr Matue E Tuber, Morris, at New York, Nov ll.
The steamship Prometheus did not leave New York
for this port uuui Wednesday, in consequence of a storm
there. Thia will account for her non-srrival at the time
NOW IS YOUR HE !
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT WILL
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
The Cheapest Stove Store Between the
Potomac and the Rio Grande !
A URGE ASSORTMENT OF HALL, PAR?
LOR AND t'00KING- .STOVES, SHEET IRON, LEAD,
ZINC AND COPPER, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, GKATEB
A.ND ORATE TRIMM1NG8.
TIN ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
AT SHORT NOTICE, AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL.
GET THE BEST!
MeINTIRE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE I
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS MciNTIKE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PREiENTI?O
TO THE PUBLIC AS THE
BEST TIE (N USE!
IT HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH, AND TTS SUPERIOR MERITS FREELY ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL WHO?
bave tried it In fact, ita popularity baa become so (treat aa to warrant us in tbe assertion that it ls destined to become the universal favorite. Thia TTE combines
ease and simplicity of adjustment, with undcubted strength and durability. We particularly invite the attention of Planters. Pressmen, and Dealers generally, to the foUow
ing points : The perfect construction of the Hinge and rounded edges of the Buckle secure the entire strength of Lue Band, and sive it great advantages In compressing, lt
ba* DO Tongues to press against the Band-does not require any PINS to be slipped in, pulled out or to raxx. OCT; and is used without the troublesome operation of bending
or loopingThe Band. The manner in which it works la easily understood i rom the cut Each lie is complete In itself-the Buckle being riveted to the Bani; and no part can
be lost The simple process of running the Band into the Buckle and letting it go at the proper place, is all that ls necessary-the fastening being perfected the moment the
pressure of the cotton is brought to bear on the 3ands. The Buckle is strong, compact and small, presenting an even surface, has no rough edges or protruding points, con?
sequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates the great objection to other Ties, which are wrenched apart when the buckles of different hales get caught ia han Hiing or
transportation, and especially when bales are tiled on each other.
r UK S A JLJ Jhn Ii X
WILLIS & CHISOLM, Agenta,
H. T. MCDOWELL, General Agent for Georgia, South Carolina and Florida.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
lil ST UK VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Nor bark KJeUestadt, Wcrge. cleared.Oet 16
Brinah bark Y um un, Thompson. 11 eared.Sopt 23
The Hakim Adelsteln, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Pawnee, Anker, sailed. Oct 6
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Ost 22
The Triton. Keoger, sailed.Sept 4
The Competitor, Turnar, up.Oet 4
Bremen lurk Gauss, Wieting, tailed.Oct C
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, to leave.Nov 10
Brig John Fyfe, Luce, up.Nov 4
Brig Josie A Devsroaux, Clark, up.Oet 31
Sehr Ida .'ella, Weeks, up.Oct li
Behr E B Glover, Ingersoll, up.Nov 0
Steamship Prometheus, Harria, cleared.Nov 12
Steamship Matanzas, Ryder, up.Nov 1
Steamship Equator, Jackway, to liavo.Nov 13
Brig Tangent, Rich, cleared. :.Oct 14
Sehr Curtis Til ton, somers, clear, il. Nov 1
Sohr Americus, Moss, up.Nov C
Sehr N W smith, Tooker,. leered.Nov 7
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, cleared.Nov 7
Sohr H yrovor, Hughes, up.Nov 7
Sohr Carri?- s Webb, Wortnin^ton, cleared.Nov 7
Sehr ELB Wales, J ac ka way, cleared.Nov 7
Sohr A G Ireland, Townsend, up.Nov ti
Sehr Harriet Nowell, Gould, up.Nov 13
Sehr Mattie E Taber, Morris, cleared.Nov ll
Sehr F B Colton, Robinson, oleared.NOT 2
Sehr Magglo MoNeill, Snow, cleared.Nov 6
Stoamship Sea Gull, Dutton, up.Nov 8
Ship Golconda, Lovett, oleared.Nov 1
Sohr David F Keeling,-, up.Oot ?1
LIST OF SHIPPING}
In the Port of Charleston, Nor. l-l, 1867.
rxasaxLa UNDEB 100 TONS, AND STEAMEBS co ASTIN a
WITHIN TUE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf, ior
New York, loading.Courtenay k Trenholm
Saragossa, 778 tona, Crowed, at Yanderhorst wharf, for
New York, loading.Bavenel at Co
Zodiac, - tons, Bogers, at Atlantic wharf, for New York,
loading.Willis k Chisolm
Alliance, 442 tons, Kelly, at Atlantic wharf, from Philadel?
phia, discharging.HF Baker k Co.
Amelia, 688 tons, Conner, in the Stream, for Liverpool,
ready.J T Welsinan
Chat lotte, 1100 tons, Spear, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver
erpool, loading.W B Smith k Co
Sedbergh (Br), 614 tons, Knealo, at Boyce k Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.R Mure ac Co
Mary Ogden, 080 tons, Coldrcy, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith & Co
Charleston (Br), 678 tons. Morley, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging_R Mure A Co
Hector (Br), 614 tons, Nelson, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading.Street Bros k Co
Artistic (Br). - tons, True, at Marshall's wharf, for
Bristol, Eng, loading.B Mure k Co
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, McNab, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
fi om Liverpool, discharging.Ravenel k Co
Chattanooga, 606 tons. Freeman, at Atlantic wharf, from
Liverpool, discharging.W B Smith k Co
Tavid Mc Nutt (Br), 602 tons, McEUienny, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Halifax, N S,.discharging..R Mure k Co
Liverpool (Br), 690 tons, Greono, at Boyce k Co's wharf.
Irom Halifax, discharging.R Mure k Co
Iecumseh (Br), 636 toni, Sponagle, ut Vuudurhorst wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging.Ravenel A Co
Henry Laurens, 117 tons. Borden, at Union wharf, for
Cleufuegos, waiting.Risley A Creighton
Mary Cobb, - tons, Farrel), at Union wharf, for New
York, loadmg.W Roach
Potomac, 146 tons, Know at Brown & co's wharf, from
Rockport, Me, discharging.Olnoy & Co
Rosalia (^pan pol), 217 tous, Mascaro, at Brown & Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading.WP Uah
Marla (Span pol), 165 tons, Sisa, at Brown i: Co's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading.WP Hall
3oorgia, 285 tons, Holt, at Patton's wharf, from Navassa,
discharging.HF Baker k Co
Lilly, 120 tons. Sail ord, at Marsh's wharf, from A recibo,
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Melly Potter, 129 tons. Somers, in Ashley River, for a
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A L Edwards, 233 tons,-, at Union wharf,
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February 25 Oraneeburu, p
THE MARION STAK,
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of the country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
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November 20 Editor ?urt Proprietor
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PAILLARD, DESPORTES A WILLIAMS.
PATENT UMERS1L COTTON TIE IND IRON HOOPS.
THIS TIE IS NOW GENERALLY ADOPTED.
THIS TIB, WITH THE HOOP COMPLETE, WEIGHS SO MORE TIIAX THE USUAL,
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ti trely superseding the uso of Rope, on account ot ita combination of advantages, its simplicity and economy, while?
its preservation of the Cotton when baled, from destruction by Fire, both in warehouse and on shipboard, runder?
Its security to Insurance Companies a matter for consideration.
FOE SALE, IN LARGE Ott SMALL QUANTITIES, BY
WILLIAM BOICH, Agent for South Carolina.
November 2 imo
TTJE HATE USED GALLIGHAN'S PILLS. AND FIND
W that they will do all that ia claimed for them, and
cheerfully recommend them to public favor.
T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
i. w. A. SANDFORT! Art'y Gen'l of Alabama.
BOBT. DOUGHBBT?, Judga Supreme Court Ala.
From THOICAS J. JCTKJI, Judge Supreme Court.
I nava used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
lor Fever and Agu?, and find them ah that ii claimed Coi
them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
M outgo rr. ?ry, Ala., September 29, 1856.
LOWXDZS Couirrr, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They aro decidedly th? beat medicine for Chilla and 1 e*
rev I ever gave. I would not be without them for flu
time? the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
A Munera, April 17, 1867.
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of Chills and Fever. They are the best medicine tor
r. h ill ? and Fever I ever saw. A. G. ROS ALLSON,
Clerk Stapenor Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MOMTOOKXBT, ALA., July 9, I860.
Messrs. BLUNT 4 HALE-G IN Ta: I have used yont
LIALLlGHAN'S PILLS on two ocasiona for Chills ano
fever, and find that they effect all that they are in te no.
sd to do. They are the beat remedy for the disease thal
I have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
Grand Sec. Groud Lodge ot F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBANY, GA., March ll, 1867.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty casescl
i'bill? and Fever, with pcriect success. Thoy aretL*
beat Fsvor and Ague Pill put up. A. B. FAN!.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
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And by all Druggist!.
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November 6 Q.
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May 13 ljT
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November 12 tye
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September 27 I7?