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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER IS, 1S67.
Unlucky Vulcan 1 Ve ius tricked him ;
A tunion wUh tho ladies this is.
I'm uo. amiss; but I'm a victim
loa whole best o wicked mistee.
Mia? Fit supplier my b ote :,uii reata,
And rai i i- all ruy indignation;
My Mah book and my gold anti note?
Aro managed by Mi;a Calculation.
Misi al?o his p'aved mo roany a trick:
Miss Spell will always write my .otters;
ll J ?. trust declines to give roo ti.-k:
Miss Manage lota off all my daUors.
Miss Pr.n: i? wont to sp.ll my rbyme
A very Wicked ba' -it hrrs;
And if t '.cy anote me amy time.
Mus v ; ._ til o frtri to usc tbs scissors.
When Christmas bumpers overflow.
Aud bel s rm,- ou i tor many a minster
I can't gi t ?.car to Miss L lo
Save with some vex..' ancient spinster.
Well, oaav 'tis down hill to g'.ide,
and vain to Par.? .o importune;
So let me wed my bonny . ride
A charming cnild she is-AI'ss Fortune.
[Echoes/rom tts Club*.
Thc Attorut y-Gcneral on Congress.
THE LEGALITY. OE THE SPECIAL SESSIONS OF CON
A dispatch from Washington, dated November
Attorney-General Stanbert* is out with an opin?
ion, presumed *o be ur.tmcial, inasmuch as it
appears as a communication m the newspapers in?
stead of being addressed to the Pr?sidant, on tho
additional session of tue fortieth Congress. After
quoting tho provisions of the Constitution for
the meeting of Congress, the article says that
the Act of January 22, 186", does not change or
interiore with tbe day of meeting fixed by tho
Ccnstrution, and all session of the fortieth
Congress held piior to the first Monday lu D?
cember, except such as were convened by tho
President, arc irregular. It is true that tho
term for which members are elected, whether
Se atora or Reptes ntaUves, begins and is
dated from the 4th of March, but that doc-,
nor affect tho time fixed for tho regular annual
sossion to bogia. A new Congress cannot mcof,
under ,ho Constitutional provision, before t o
first Monday in December, unless convened in the
iater.m by the Preside ut. He. ce, unless Congres,
bylaw ap oint* a different day for such regular
annual sessions, th ie ein bo no eonat.tutioaal
mcetn.g ol' t. uncross prior to the first Monday in
December. Any meeting of Com/iess in tao k.
teivou.ng period would be un extra sess on, a..d
ca., bo caLed only by tho President on au extraor?
dinary oecas on demanding ir, of winch ne is to
judge, ibo Constituiian docs not anywhere in
any other way proviCe for any other than tho reg?
ular sos iou of Congie--. It does not am. oriao
Congress to pre-vide for un additioual meeting,
but BMIply gives it pa?v r to ciaange tba day tor
sue J regular meetings from the first Monday of
Decomuer, by appointing a tV fieront day.
Tuero is a "th at and secmia session of each Con?
gress and tho meeting ol a new Ceng.ess com?
mencing be toro tho time fixed by tue Constitution
for it to assemble in regular legislative s s sion
oan:.ot be legalized by ca hug il au additional ses?
sion or un ad_ikioual meeting. The Attorney-Gen?
eral then goes on to say that thc Thuty-nint? Con?
gress had no power to "pass tho Aet ol tho twenty
second of JaLuai'v, 18o7. otheiwise it had power
not only to convene an extra session, but to create
an extraordinary occasion for it, in contravention
Ot tue cowers of the President. Tue article con?
cludes as follows: '.l'uo prosent meeting of Coi>
6ress is noe an adjourned meeting from tho regu
Tho session of March 4th, 18S7, a3 has been
ehowu, was not a regular session. It wis a now
and extraordinary "nicotine" created by tho Act of
January 22.1, lab?. lu additiou to the present re
gu.ar times ol the meeting of Congress, as de?
signed Dy the Const.tutio.i, tho Act expressly so
designates it. How 'acld.tionat?" Not to auy re?
gular meeting ol thc Thirty-ninth Cin?reas, for
that Congress uxp.rod o.i tue 4:h of March. !So7.
Nor was it ' additiOuaT to any regular meetias o.
the Portieth Congress, "for tho present regular
times of mee mg" tor the Forti. til Co.igro8i aro
tho first Mondays in December, 1867 and 1838, aud
that C nsre a lias as yet held no such r?gulai- sts
sior. It is not eveu yet fully organized by tho
sesaiou of March 4:h, 1867, and its adjourned
meeting constitutes au extraordinary aeajion ol
the Fortieth Congress, created and convened hy?
the Act of January 22d. 1867.
"The timo wi 1 come io; a review of its acts and
proceedings, aud wo wmld suggest to those now
acting under these prov.sums ol'that act, if it bo
not too laic, to pause and consider its very ques?
tionable constitutionality and comprehend tho
precedent they are establishing, or else chango
the tim? fixed by the Constitution for the regular
meeting ot Compress by appointing a different day
therefor than tho first Monday in Decomber iii
every year." It is learned that the arguments
contained io this opinion are substantially the
same as those set forth by tho Attorney-G ;ncral
in Cabinet mooting, wheu the subject of sending
in tho President's Message and documents to
Congress was under consideration.
Foreign Items by Cable.
A fog hid the meteors from English eyes on
Postage between tho United States and Belgium
is fixed at fifteen cents.
It ia reported on good authority that Lieutenant
Gene al Nico.as Iguatl, at present Minister of J
Russia at Constant aiople, will replace Pnnco
Gcrtschakoff" as Minister of Foreign Affairs.
M ANCHESTER ST OTEES TO BE EXECUTED.
MANCH?STLB, November 15.-T.io execution cf j
Allon and tho other prisoners condemned to death
by a spec.al commission, except Maguire, whose
pardon has boen aanoimcod, will tako place on tho
23a inst., in this city.
FRENCH STTLITABY CHANGE-THE PROPOSED COSTEE
PARIS, November 15, eveuing.-Marshal Bazaino
bit been a )pointed to succeed Marshal Florey in
the command ot tho third anny corps, with head?
quarters at Nancy. No day for the assomblin? of
tue proposed general conference is mentioned in
the lust note of the French Cabinet to the Eu?
S?STS maUW PARLLA3IEXT-SPEECH OF THE ETNO
BSBLCf. Novembor 15-Lvening.-The third
Parliament of the confederation of North Germany
asscmbied to-..ay. Tho session was oponed thii
morning .by the EIUK of Prussia, who ma?o
the usual "speech trosi the throne in person.
The King, after congratulating the member;
Senerally on seeing thom again assembled, .va?
reasen "a cordial v\ leonie to the deputies from
these provinces which were now represented for
the first time in the body. The attention of tbe
members was then called to the work of legislation
before them, and tho various bills which would
be submitted to their consideration were ro.'erred
to in de tal. Alluding to foreign affairs, tho Kin i
declared the relations of thc confederation wit.i
other nations of Europa were entirely Batisfactor.
Foreign powere a.l appreciated and respected
the pacifie arms . of Prussia. In regard
to the pro-re sa of German unity, hi.
said a conflict with tho two ?states cf South
Germany, allied to Prussia, was no longer to bo
feared, aud in settling the question of the future
relations of the Soutn German States with the
Confederation, tho Prussian Government wou.d
studiously endeavor to reconcile the views of their
Catholic subjects with the internal and interna?
tional interests of the wuolo latherland. THO
king concluded his speeoh with t.ie dec.aratr.i
that tho pieservanon of peaee in Europe was non
THE METEORS.-Tao astronomers of the United
States and Europe.it seems, wero well prepare 1
tor aseries of observations of the expected meteors
on the moraine of the 14th. Those in the United
States were not disappointed. There were scien?
tific watchers at Pailadelphia ; Haverford College,
neu Philadelphia ; Naval Observatory, Washing?
ton; Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; Dudley
Observatory, New York ; Yalo College, Now Haver.
Cona.; University of M.caigan, Ann Arbor, and
perhaps at other places. The annexed statemeLt
ls in teres ling :
.yf^The prevailing belief now is that these meteor: o
shower:- aro caused by the passage of tho eattii
and its atmosphere through a stream of nebul?n 3
or cloudy matter, loosely aggregated, wiiicn
stream has au orbit reaching in a long olhpso
from a perihelion point near the sun to an apb. -
lion p .int near tho orbit of tho planet Uranu.-.
From the length ot time-say au hour and a half- -
taken up by the earth in passing through the
denser part of tho shower, the thickiioss of the
stream is behoved to be out taree timos tba
diameter of the earth, or ab^ut thirty thou?
sand mdes. The length of tho stteam'of me?
iotic matter must bo many millions of milo...
as it consumes some eight or nine years in possit g
that part of the earth's orbit which our planet
reaciios about tho 12tb to the 15th of November
each year. This is held to account for the grear,
difference in the display, in different years, as the
earth som . times pasi-es through the very centre ot
the slre.im, as in 1832 aud in 1833, and at others
through the thinn r sides of it. as in 1866 and 1867.
With respect to the distance of tho meteors trom
tbe 6erface o? the earth at the time of their ap?
pearance there is nt least o c Eatisl'actorv observa?
tion oa record. Thia one was "t.med"a?ditsp t>
noted, d-r.cg the shower of 1S66. at Sunderland,
Lng ?and, ana Aberdeen, Edinburgh, and Glasgow
Booth-id. Its altitude was ascertained to have
peen irom ol to 57 miles, over a spot near Dundee
NEW MAI?SIAI POR PaPEs-The high cost of
rags for the -naiuiacturo of paper has led to
long-continued ana costly attempts to substitute
Otha rodes, such as wood, straw, bamboo, corn?
stalk, husks ic, but owirg to the great expense
for chemicals and tho maebxnery necoasarVfor
converting tho materials into pulp, tho cost of Da
pei has not to my cor.siderab.o extent been rT
dcocd. It is new alleged thai tho okra rlani
which grows luxurantly ir. all parts of the Doited
States, possesses .all tue requisites for makin''
every de?-cnptiot o? paper, fr m the common arai -
ping io the finest book or bank note papei un?
sized cr non-sized without the addition 'of arv
other material whatever. Ii is claimed that thia
has been practically demon-trated, and that tho
discovery na?, witliin tho past tew month;-, mai v
facturad by thc most simple and economical prc
ceas, lu uadercnt nulla, a varie tv o? samples of pa?
pers which, although mado under very nnfavor -
bio ca ci.m.tanci-8, possess all the char cteristiea
iFV'1?;-1"1- haren rags and maralla rope-:
??S V*Lo^d .to? cut to bo trna it cannot fad
very greatly to affwct the price of pap v. aa the
okra can bc raised chcapiv and abundantly, v. "
understand tua; arrangements hi.ro been m'ade fer
oommencin? the manuitcture of okra paper uds
SOLITAEY AND ALONE. -One coloradoan is aa-V
U> be elected to the nest Mt?uiSS?
ture. There were two tho last House, and ? j
aecond was a candidate from Loston this vear but
wasdeieated. - .
LIVERPOOL-Per rrl:i>li bark Hector-9 bags 3 I Cot?
ton. 1836 i ?les l'r--''>d Cotton, 333 bags Co:tou Soc !.
NEW YORK-P r steamship Manhattan-ss bales S I
Coito?. 1013hai s U? land l*ot?< n, 164 tierces Rice.
37bi!-'s Dui sites, .r>0 packages Suudnos.Per
steamship Mragoaaa 23 l'aies S I Conon, 881 bal. ?
Upland Cotton, 48 tiercel Rice, ll bil-s Yarn, 34
p?cidos Min r.'s.i?Vr steamship Zodiac- 10J
.jo ces luce, eic bales Cotton, at biles waaia,
A NOh itii RN PORT- Pur sehr .Nellie Potte:-72.000
lcet Bloc? ur; Hoa ds.
PHILADLLPHIA-Per steamship Alliance-425 b.ilos
. r.iou. TG eu ks Uko, 12 balos Kag?; 57 bales Yarn, 5
bbla turp?n tins, 3 oi.igs 1 ran, 037 bu-heis Lough
Rico, 140 empty Barrels. 60 pacKages Mdze.
Thc Cnnrleston Cotton Marne-.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, >
i H AJILEMOS. Saturday Evening, November ic. isr.7. 1
Th"re v,as a steady d-.-muud, but thc market was with?
out Strength, the tivanuge, inmost instincts, being
with the purchaser. Sale C50 bale?, say 3 at 15S. IC at
15',. 206 at 15J?. 10J at IS. 117 ot 16S, 21 at ICS. 108 at
US. IC at lG'i, 7 Zlpporah (extra ampio) at 18, and 6 do.
do. at lao. 16. V 9 quote
AUGUSTA, NoY.'mber 15.-GOLD-Brokors buying at
IS J and Miling at 141.
SILVER-Buying at 130 and selling at 133.
COTTON.- ihe market opeucd firm this morning with
a Rood demand for fine grades; luwer grades being neg
lee cd; New i'crk Middling sod at abcut 15>ial5J?.
During tho latter part o! tneduy thu market ru ed quiet,
prices remaining nomiuaL as iibovo quote l. Sales 1,195
bales. Receipts, 1,181 bales.
HACOS-Smoked .shoulders. 15o. in lots; Clear 6laes,
18c. do; Lon.; c. bides, 10 du; C. R. Sides, 15* do.
COHN.-New il 10 a 1 20.
WHEAT.-WLU? $3 20 a 3 30; red ?2 60 a 2 70.
SAVANNAH, : ove aber 14.-COTTON.-The receipts of
ootton since th' -3th i. stunt havo been 17.955 bales up
laud 793 bales s 1 i-iand. mikiua tho tot il receipts since
the ls: Se.veuil r95.U51 baies upland and 42? bales sea
island, a^ain-t 1.' 4u3 b les upland and 945 bales sea
island to lu same period last year. he exports since
september 6th have been 14.230 bales upland and 244
balts sea island, as i/llows: lo Liverpool 3735 ba os up
iaud; to Boston 901 bales upLn?; 10 Now York 9157 bal?n
upland and 244 bales .-01 is: nd; to haltimt re 457 bales
Upland-le ivlng ou hand and on shipboard not cleared
Novena cr 13th a stock ot 31,449 bales uplaua and 4>
Da 0; sea i. against 13.931 bales upland and 1103
L a'es sea islan 1 same time last year.
Our marker cl s-.-don Th ral .y last with sales of about
200 bales, at puces ru.lng the day previous, say 16a :0>?c
tor midd in;-, the light sa us being caused by the obs rv
-nc. o: tho day a? a thanksgiving, iriday opened quito
activa with a general iluii nd from buyer?, and under
ttic effe-c: cl an udva..ce iu New ?ork, heavy sales wara
made at an a VA..CO ut S? o 1 the p ice* of tne d y
beiorc, tee salos a1m.U11i.1g to 15?5 biles, wuh a
firm mark t, mid liia^ c osing at l'%c. Ou Situr.lay
t .e miri.ee o: cued with but tittie u ;ti ri 7 .md con?
tinued & that condaion througbou: the diy, owing
the n u-recep iou o. cabio dip.tchos causing
niue i anxieiy on thc part of boih ou^eis and fl?
ers. Tho sales ol th ? cia> umou ted tc 11CJ bales, at a
decline cf S a Sc. ho marke: cl"scd with a dr oping
tendency, un luesday th-.- sam . inac ive spirit wai no?
ticed in tho muk-. , ?ita cly alimi cd demand; he
?.alee were li 70 ba cs. on tho b sis ot iGX a 17c for ha?
uling. Wed&rsday the market show d bu: lit: a anim-.
tio 1, nt: hji- party b in? d:si 0 ed :o operate, and tho
salts made w ic at a decinc cf ^O'IG lucsdiy's prices;
t e d .y'j sale i aggregate .010 talc ; Middling 16Sc; the
:.ia:k_-. cosing somewhat ilroor ag at the lolio . ing
tiooJ U:d nary.1 >i
In tea islands there I s been quit: a bii.-k demand
thus fa:- in tho season. ' ho sales darin < tho past week
hive br on about ISO bal. s, ot prices ranging from 35 to
C6 cents. There is little or no stock 011 Which to 01 erato,
? he receipts up to (hu present time having beun qui.o
light. Wo lo. k irrward to mora frequent arrivals of the
staple, when ti.a market ?iii assume some snape.
COMPABATIVX COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand Sept. 1.
Received since Ntv. 8.
294 4 OGS
Exported since Nov. 8.
ei7'lC0322i 10051 53023
Stock on hand Nov. 4.| 1651 3282c| _ 73| 15706
Hies-'tccelyts light, although ct nstantly increasing.
Dem md light. Wo quote &S o 8>?c at wholesale; rotuli
9; Kango.u continues nominal, Mich little demand and
prices unaltered. Wc quota at 8 a 8sc. according to
SALT.-There is a largo slock, good demand, and prices
have lallen 25c. We quota by the car loa 1 of 190 sacks,
52, and *1 90 by the thomnul sacks; eiailSS 35.
TIMBES AND LUMBEB.-Thure hive been large arri?
vals, cstimatca at Cud 0 0 teat, most of wLich came
through the canal, and a raft ot 100 logs is on the way
around. The sizes that are received ure mediu 1, and
most.y for mil inc.. Holders are asking oi.tler prices than
buyers are d."?posed to yield to, oud sales consequently
have ueen hcht. We quoto mill at ?? a 12; shipping ?Ti
a 20 In lumber there has been some activity ; two dtf
mills rumiiut; an 1 country mi .8 geUeral.y emplove?, thu
latter mostly sawing . ou::: American deal'. Ai least lour
vessels are loading mr f reign perts. We quote mill rel
low pine lumba: ai ?31 to ?24 according to quantity and
quality, tho tonier 1 rice for ordinary and me latter tor
rx.ra sizes, bifficult, $25 to ?30, according to quality.
Flooring boards ?20 to ?24.
IBEGHTS-To N w iork, by steam, uplands lc; sea
islands l)?c; domestics IL To Liverpool, via New York,
by a earn, U-161 :or uplands and 15-16d tor sea island?;
by sail to L'varpool fid. Rico to Now York, Philadel?
phia and Baltimore, ?2 50 f4 tc. To Bal imore, oe up?
load e ttton. Sc; 01. domestics ?1. 'Timber and lumber
t eigbts are somewhat active. A brig waa tak n up .-ut
v i-day at $9 to tlo6ton, for flooring. A tchooner was
chartered lor New York ut $10 on timber. We quoto
amber freight coastwise $10; lum or $9. To ?cum
America, by sail, $19 in gold, and p image.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, November 12.-COTTON-The market
opened this moruiug with only a moderate inquiry, and
but few indica iona of moro than an atorago bus.nc.-s;
hut on t c re eip- ot the telegrams reporting that the
Liverpool market had lost the previous improvement of
l-16d, factor? evinced a disposition to mei t ho demand
more freely, ."lid tnere bei'j? a good supplv offering, for?
eign exchange firmer, and domestic a tracion higher,
buyerg come forward with increased spirit and took 2700
balea, mo,hy on the basis ot 17 u 17>?o tor Low Middling
and lie for Middling A vary' desi olde list 1 f ? ow Mi-i?
dling chanced hands at 17c, and 5C0 balea, variously
elsa Hied as very strict Low Middling and Liverpool
Oood Middling, at 1S .c
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
-tock on hand 1st September, 1807.bales-15,260
Airi cd previously.66,378-67.C03
lacnr-i to-day. none
Cleirod previoualy. 87,683-87,083
Stock on hand and on thipboiid.
WTLMTNGTON, November 1 -TrapEXTTNI-Market
Steady at former quotations. Sales of 376 bids at ?a 33
to.- Virgin and > cl.o* dip. aud ?2 16 tor lard, 9 250 lbs.
SFCBITS TCBPENTTNE-?alee to-day of 10J bel, at 6d tts
ROSIN-Sales cf 285 bbls at $2 ?0 for strained; and 303
bid- ("R&hukee" bran 0 pale at -.6.
TAH-153 b: ls chacftd bauds at ?2 25 9 bbl.
COTTON-Sales of 32 balts at 14*. a 16a for Low Mid?
dling, and : a 15>?c for Middling.
luman-Two rafia coll at ?7 a 0 for ordinary quality.
BALTIMOKF. November 15.-COTTON-Wu quiet to?
day, and closed hravy under cable adv.cts, notlLg a fur
.her d?chue of Sd at Liverpool Wc report sales ot 50
bal s Liw .Middling at 17c; Middling held nominally at
8c, with buyeri at l??fs.
COFTEr-Market du.i tor Rio ; we report sties of SCO
bags nom second hands at I7*t*c; 330 do do at 13s a 17c,
as to quihty. Oa I'hu.-s lay 45d ba^s, not before report
cd, at 16SC
ELOCB-Tho inquiry was less active to dav; no sales
reported on'whiuijc Yesterday a salo cf 30 bbla, not
bet >ra repo ted. s andard City Milis Extra on private
terms, w. qu t - th. market nomm div unch nged.
i-SAW-C?eting!? ct Wheat 10-day 1310 bushels white
a'.d 9S0J bsaoels red; market steady; vtry little prime or
choi-v received-included in the sales were 1000 bmhels
lair to pilma wbite at ?2 50 a 2 63; 3C0 bushols cho ce
Vi gi: ia Valley red at ?2 65; 60U bushels p-lme Maryland
at ?2 60; 1500 bushels good do ut ic 50 a 2 55; 1500 bush?
els ordiaarv to fair a; ?23.< a 2 4'-l.ifarior samples range
still lower. Corn-1200 bushels white and 2400 bushels
yellow receive J; market was steady; sales of aOObusu
eI? new white at .115 a 1 20: iCLO b ?.nels old do al SI 32
a 1 35; 400 bushols do yell wat SI 33; 700 bushels new
Western mixed at $1 20. Oats-.403 bu hela offered;
market dull, no salea reported; quote nominally un?
changed at 70 a Ti: tor lair to prime. Itye-1800 bushels
received, with sales of good and pr.mo at ?1 50al 6, lat?
ter fer Pennsyl-AL ia; 250 bushels 'nfanor at ?135 p. r
MoLtssss.-We notice the arrival of another cargo of
Cuba, increasing stock f tels description in importer's
hands to 1250 hhds and 147 tl roes. No trans ?tions re?
ported, pnces, la the absence ot which, romain nomma'.
PROVISIONS.- Market qui t aud prices n.nvaally ua
chauged. Lard-Wtstein 12S a 12S cents, and City
12S cents-a salo ot 20 packages co tin, ry oa private
RICE.-Market inactive, but cuete Carolina s'en dy at
9,Vi a 9s cents, as lo quality.
bUQAB.-No transactions' rorer ed, but holders firm
under liyht stocks ut Lest quotation.
Sew York Market.
The Nsw York Evening Post, of Fridav, November
15th. says : I
Gold io a rong in ?esponse to tho antlclpatioa that
Congress will stop the farther progress of contraction,
ihe lenders char..e5 a 8 per cen. tor wrying.
'thc slight lmprovaincnt ia ihe tono 01 the flnincial
advices from Luiopo ha= given an impuLe to the market
for Government 6t-cu:i isa.
Ihe loin market is me-rc active but there is no special
pressure. Call loan-are 7 per cent, iho^o running at
6 are no: being paid off. But very few transactions at
this rate a e reported. In ditcouuts there is nothing new.
Choice bills pass at 7 a 9.
NEW YOF.K, November ls.-FLOUR, Ac-The market
for Western and State Fi ur ope..td dull an lower- he
decline being 5 a 10c on the low and ld a 16c on tbe me?
ehi u and high glades. Wa note < onsrierable irregular?
ity In the sates-at the concession there has been nure
doing in the low grades.
The eales are 15,400 bbls at 58 60 a 'J for Superfine State,
$9 60 a 9 90 for Extra Mate; ?10 00 a 10 5 for fancv
State ; ?9 30 a u 90 lor th- low crades of Spring Wheat
We-tero Extra; ?10 C5 a 10 73 lor good to choice Si ring
Wheat tx ras; ;<J ;0 ?1 10 70 tor shr i lng Uino; Sio 75 a
13 5U lor trad.- and lamily to; ?ll Ida 12-'5 for amber
Winter Miobiganand li.eiiaua; $12 4.0 a 15 uO lor white
Wheat 00 ,?0, and ?ll a 15 ?0 tor ?t. Louis Extras.
L'OFFLL.-We hear ol' uo important 6alt?; prices are
C.TioN.-Tho market is weak and prices very irre u
lar and lower, with les deiu^. Wc quoto:
Upland:. Florida. Mobile audlexin.
Ordinarr.15 15 15 JOS
Low Midd.ing.1"S 17S WJ? 13 I
lUddina. 18 li* l?s 19
Good :iiduli!i!.'.20 3' 2 21
HAT.-illara is a ;:aod ?em rad, and prices are arm ct
SOc t^r shipping, aud ?1 a 1 40 or retail lots.
BLUER.-tho ca q.ialitics aie arm aud in demand,
bo poorer .tad ? ate duli. Wu quot.- as tollo s:
Crcsheu nj "raelee county, ca s. '?4 lt>, 50 a ;5 C.b.
State firkin*) and tuba to choice, 4Ua42c; tihnoi?,
iowa aa I Minn soli, ?5 a ?j.; W esto rn Reser.t-, good to
choie"? 32 a 35c; uto tubs, Welsh, good tc- choice, 4J
u 42c; ( hi.-. toiLrco:: to i-ir. .0 u -.'4 .
cou herr, flour t- fl m and M ri. active, SaUs of 1150
bb a $9 8C u ll 75 for oanttnoa to good D.ilt m-.-re and
coantrv extr t= ; ?IO 6 > a. 18 CO lor extra G or; ia and Vir?
ginia, ai..1 ;ii 20 a 1120 ter ~oxmoa to good ex.ra Mary
un and Delaware.
Oat-are a shede better ; ad fairly active. Thc sales aro
85,.0O bu h ls ohio and Wc'.e. n at 73 u 78Sc.
Ry eis ?rm, but q-jaot. The salea ar? 6000 bushels
W??iexa at ?169.
Corn oponed steady but closed quite dull and easier.
The demand is mainly for tho horns trade tt-ough partly
'i ho Bulos ere Po.O?O bushels damp and unsound at
$1 33 a 1 34; Western mixed ut $1 81 a 1 35 in Btoie. $1 36
a 1 :V.C afloat; Western yellow at Si 37.
rnovisioNs-Pork has beeu in vory gcod demaud and
prk rn; re again hu;hi r, clo3i g quitj firm.
Ibo salo*, cash and regular, aro 32:5 lihls, at $21 a
2112 l? for mess.
Beet Las mild moro ircolv r. :d former prices realized.
Sale* o: 60J bills at $14 r. 19 for plain mess, and $19 a 21
for ix;ra mess.
Bacon is dull and somewhat unsettled. Sales In lots
for n,-xt week's delivery ol SOI boxes chy at I2j?c tor
Cumbirlan i mr. and l3J<c for extort eicar.
Late yesterday . OJ boxes Cuiaborlnud cut. for Janu?
ary, at ab* ut Ile, and 250 boxes dca laney bracd, at
L ird continues fairly activo-tho domand being chief
ly from .elirers.
Sales of li 00 bbls and tes at 12??' a 12% for No L 13 a
13tf fi r city; 13y? a 13% for fair to prime steam and ket?
BICE-Is in fair demand and steady. Sales of Carolina
at 9 '-4 a 10 \ us to au ility.
SELDs-e lover Seed is dull at 12 u a 12 cts. 'Jimothy
Seed is quiet at $2 50 a 3 00. Hough* Flaxseed is lower,
tales at ?2 40.
SUOAk-Baw Sugars ure firmly held. Wc quote at llX
a 12c f r fair to good refining. Tho demand has been
only moderate. Kenned are steady at 16%o for bards.
BOSTON. November 13.-COFFEE-Tho demand
for Coffoe has beoa moderate durin : tho week, but with
light receipts and unall stocks holders are firm. The
sales have been small lots of Java at 25 u 25c. gold;
Singapore Java at 20c, g ld; Si. Domingo is nominally
10>4' a lu^'c. gold, in bond, lor common ai d Cape, and
23 a 21r, currency ; and common aud goco. Rio has been
hold in sinai lots" at 21 a 2ic ? lb. cur. ency.
COTTON-For a Week past, with rather more favorable
advices nom Great Britain, there bas been a bettor .oel
inj, and prices are a shade higher. Tho article is now
i rrivinj quite freely at all the leading points, ano wc
soon 1 ok lor mote activity, ino sales have been at 15 a
10c for ordinary; li a 18 . f r good ordinary ; 18 a 19c for
lo.v middling, und 19 a 20o tor mid liing. Including Up?
lands linn Gulf. . here ls a lair inquiry .rom spinners at
l ?.NST 11AG3.-The marko'is quiet and no sales of
any importance. A lot ot 75 bales s j.d at 8%c, go.d, la
GcxsT CLOTH.-Tbero has been consideradlo doing ia
this atti.le, but at very low pri- es. 'ibo sa.es havo boen
?OJ bales ut 7>?c, SOO bdes at 7J?C, aud ?JO balos at 7#c
per yard, g ..<:. in b nd.
H .T._There hare been stiles of Eastern and North?
era at $20 a 26 p r on, as to quality.
NAVAL :TOBES-In spirits lurpentlno there have been
sales at 53 a 6Uc $ g3lio;i, cadh, to an iva. aud ou the
spot. lu tar the saleb have been in small lats at $3 7A a
4 lor W Imi. gton. Ros n has been lu lair nemand, with
sdes of 1200 oula common and No 2 at H a 4 23; 150 bbls
tow No 1, ?or export, at i4 60; and 103 obis pale at $5 a
5 25 fl bbl. In pitch, sales ot 10J bbls southern, to ar?
rive, ut ?4 51 $ bbl.
LICE-i here have been sales of 100 tierces Caro Ina at
9J* a 9&c for common to lair, and 10 a lO.^o for good
..nd prune; and -OJ bois Rangoon at t>% a 3)?o %\ VB.
[From the Havana Pnce Current,]
HAVANA, N'ovcmoo:- 9 - "-COAJI, CLA?ED-During the
first days ot tho wee i thc mar.-.t was without animation,
but since yesterday tlicic hos been more firmness in prices
on account of the adva ico at London tue .th inst, und at
New York yesterday, and a mod.-raie budncss hos been
done, i he bal s would h-voueenmoie inolerute wore
it not for he firm ssc the mjjoritv ol holder-, co n
b ned with the declining tmd-ncy ot excluuges Tho
murret to day c osed firm on the Dasi- of 8>? u 8% rials
per arrol-e for u s No 12, as to qau.it/, bnt wo quote on
thc basis of 3'.; rials.
MCSCOVADOES.- Prices of th?3c!as>of Sugar must bc
cons.dercd entirely norn' ; for while on tue one hand
ve aro witi out stocks ?a th : other the pretensions o.
plantera are such as to provent operations on eon ructs
for grow.ng crops. Nominal quotations a'O 7 to 7J? rs
p r arrobe for common to fair refining; 8 a 8>i rs for
gcod to superior do; and 8>i a 9 rs tor grocery g artes.
MOLASSES.-No rales that wo know oh Prices arc
nominal at i}? rs for clayed, at Matanzas, and 4% a 6 rs
FUEIGHTS.-Kor Europe there has been a small de?
mand, the market closing rather duller at 30s to 32s Od
to Falmouth am1 orders, and nominal raies to other Eu?
ro con , orts. J he offers for tho Unit ?d States are ?o low
that the geneiality ol masters ut the close of the week
ate rather inclined to leav in ballast.
EXCUAUOE.-T? e mark t has been weak, with a gradual
decline in sterling and francs, notwithstanding the limi?
ted number < 1 dialers, while with a better demand for
United States currenoy bids, our last quotations have
been pretty wt h supported.
Consignees per loutit taroiiua ttaiirou?,
836 bales Cotton, t>8 bah s Domestics, 432 sacks. Flour,
95 sacks Meal and Gri-t, 24 sacks Ric?, 32 bbl? Nava.
Store?, 1 ear Hogs, kc To J N K bs m. stenhouse fi
Co, G W WU iains A: Co, G A Hopis.) 4 Co, lUilroau
Agent. Street Uro* k Co. lt Mure k Co, J H Hag jett fi
Co, Cart, Kopff A Jervey, Mrs c o White, Courtenay k
Trcnholm, Johnston, Crews k Co, J L Bed, J A F Daw?
son, C N Averid k Son, Graeser, Lee, Smith A Co, J R
Prim le, 'thurston A Hohnes, G W Wi.te, L J W.ss i: Co,
H L Jeffers A: Co, M Ooldsinith k Son, E ll Rodgers At
Co, Wurdlaw A carew, J li E >ioan, G H Walter it Co, L
D Desaussure, Auains, Frost A t o, Wi Us A Chi.-olm, s
L Howard A Bro, cohen, Uanckel k Co, T H Dewcss, J
O mpsen ?Co, WP Holmes, J G Foimcs, Z Davis, O
Reeder, W P Dowling, A Lobins?n fi Co, J Middleton.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
94 bales Colton, 301 bbls Naval Stores, Mdze, Ac. To
Ariams, Froat & Co, Z Davis, Mowry fi Co, J H Bagge t
Co, W K Ryan, oraeser, Lee, Smith A Co, J M caldwell
A Sou, Chisolia Br abeu, Eendah At Do-kery, TL Bacot,
F A Sawyer. W C Duke? A LO, ard Ordor.
Consignees per Savannah and Charleston
Ruilroad. November 1G.
Rico, Cotton, Furniture, Mdze, Ac, To Railroad Agent,
Soulhern Express Co, J R Priuglo & Co, H l'?eldthusen.
G ll Walu r & Co, Roper li Stoner. W C Bee * Co, li P
Meyuard o, i d Hey < ai d, Jr, t. H Rodgers Co, R W
Clarke, M A Young, Cia lus it Witte, C T Lowndes, p
Frazer, W Nelson, Mrs Uaanah Wright, J Welters A Co,
Ravenel A Co, Eauapaux & Lauueau, lt L David, Hear}
Seigliup, G li Hoppock, J G Adams, B James, Hcpkius,
Mc berton A Co, Mrs W Dud ey, O Recuor, Mordecai A
Co, W P Dowling. J Hunckel. L D Desaus-ure, Gaillard
ii Minott, J F Dupont, W M Lawton, Il L Jeffers, Cohen,
Hanekel ic Co, Mantouo At Co. J Roger, W P Aiken, L
Waite, and Crdor.
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-J W Stark
lor, H O i houison, L L Hapsberg, V." H sm.thson, Miss
E L t-mlth&on, R T cnUeston, lauy, nurse and lour ch 1
dren, Hon A i Hamilton, Capt R S Hatuaway, J B Re d,
L Al Bcrgiaua and iaJy, C H Mardu, Mrs O'Grady, C V
Jennings and lady, Capt E O Adams, C Jethro, J Aa
drews, Mr Gaylord.
Per steamship Manhattan, for Now York-Mrs 6avago,
J H Henscher, D D RUey, P MUII?L, E H Gardiner, J W
Haas and soa, Master C M Grace, - Biker and tamily.
Per ewumahip eharlestoa. trom New York-Mrs M C
Bulow and cnild, Mi BS Porcher, Hiss M Porcher, Mrs R
Herrick aad chud, O George, - Geddes, J b Costello, O
H Quintare!, MUs C S Wura, O A Thorndike, Mrs L Ma
coaib. Allas A i nar rans. K Drube, Capt Winters, G C
Chapman, Mr (-etty, R Jones aud son, I bandera, G
Jaunt, uno - m steerage.
Per steamship Emily B Souder, from Now York
J H Kelsey, L li Root, iUary A Cameroa, Ida Cameron,
- brown, Mrs Sp ar and child, Mrs Grove aud suter,
Mrs c'rosstido, aud 5 steerage.
Por steamship Sea Gull, from Baltimore-S Fleming
and lady, Miss Lucy Woav r, Miss Irene Marshall, J P
Mouasoau, t.ev J - Iaglo, Mi-u Maggie Dover, Mica Gou
P?r steamer St Delon-, from Edisto and Rockvilio
Mias J L Jenkins, Mra Seabrook, Mrs ?mlth. Mrs Jo.i li?
ston. Mrs Lelia s ..nd uer v.. ut, L M U atcrmaa and cnllu,
J T Did, W ... Layraard, Wllsunmuss, J Whaley, W WU
kineoa, S Howe, uud 12 deck.
FHA6E8 OT TUE AlOON.
First Q. ?th, 10h. 7m. mora I La3t Q-:??h,llh. 40m.morn
Full LL Ut?. 7u. 60ui. oven ] New Mi 2otn,lLi. 41m, oveu
*cx. I MOON j mon
aiaxa. ? ax ra. ? mass, WAXES.
0..34 ! 4..67 i Mora. ! 12..57
6..85 4..?6 i 12.. Ol 2.. 1
6..86 I 4..66 j 1.. 3 I 8.. 2
C..36 1 4..66 , 2.. 3 i 8..68
6..87 I 4..56 8.. 0 I 4..54
6..38 4..63 4.. 0 4..63
6..39 1 4..61 1 4..64 1 6..26
MARINE NE W'S.
PORT OF C ll A R L k 9 T O .s i
6toainfhlp Charleston, Berry, Now York-CO houes.
Mdse, lo f'l.eet bros i: Co, J E Adyer it Co. C D Btobe
S i o. Bolimanu Bros. ll li, R A * P Cald wed, W H Cua
iee. Cameron Barkley A Lo, C D Carr & Co, W S Coiwiu
A Lo, L Davis, J C D al. J B Mcclhoso, Fraser A i ill, a.
F PlamiLg A Co, B Feldman, G W i'lasoh, Gruber A
Marlin, O C A J, C Graveley, ti Goldstein, J H Harrison,
Helmes' Ucok S'oro. H Bischoff A Co, Hart At Co, Eius
taati A Co, J Hurkamp A Co, Jeffords A Co, U K atie &
co, H W Kl .smau, i? W Lyons, L Lorentz, W Matthles
s?a, McLuy Si Rice, J G Milaor, J Mortens, N Ii Minda?
loo, B O'Neill, J Purcell, J.i Qmcenbusu, L H Lodger^
A Co, W Roaoh, J Russell, ll r.v.ts, G W steneas A co,
N E Kai.road A^ent, shepherd A c'oh a. Southern Ex?
press Co, J W Spr.yue A; Co, Shackehord A belly, E B
stoddard. P C S. hroder, J B Toeni. G A Visans..i, A >
Wuhngion A Co, F Vol ht, W F White, G W Williams A
Oo, LWeiskopff A Co, O Wieters, Klinck. Wickeuberg A
Co, W J Vates, .s C liai,roa i Ag-at, K * Co, J Commins,
J F Taylor At i o, L Sci nell A e o, W McComi dc Co, 1) A
Wolcott, M Miller, W Heywood, M N 4: Co, W H M 4: Co.
M A Toaa uusoa. P L Gu Hernia, E O, G H. O George.
Sehr CurUs li.ton, samers. New York-9 day.-;. Muzo
aad Hay. To I Tupper a. son, U i ischoff A co, We. uer
At Lucker, Uart A co, L R Cow? erthwalt, A Chafoe, Rail*
road . gent, ti LidientLal, D H wilcox, li Coda 4 Co, L
H RoJgers A Co, MHB rry, J B Togal, L Weiskop?,
Cook At Nichole, and othorr.
6ohr Ann s Deas, irom We,t Point BUL C6 bbls Rice.
To Auams, Frost & Co.
Steamer St Hele a, Boyle. Edisto and Rockville. 9
bogs b I Cot.on, 79 bags Cottoa Seed, aad Sundries. Io
J li Murray, W Gurney, Campboll 4: li.ggius, G W Clark
& Lo, Fraser A DiB, Roper & Stoney, W P Lowimg.
DoucLs A Miller.
Boat irom John's Island. 4 bales S I Cotton. To Co?
hen, Hanokel A Co.
Steamship E B Souder, Lebby, Now York, left Thurs?
day. Mdze. 'io Juo A Theo Getty, Railroad Agent, C N
Averill A sou, Adams Express Co, ti D Abre-ns A co. D
A A ni nie, LiisscU At Co, J b Botts, L Buoh. W Brookbauks,
U niscliou* it Co. I M Bristoll, L Chap?n k Co, H Cobla
A Co, I M Caler. W U chatee, J Commins, B Deary, u
DJIV, DOW e A: Moise, steamer Dictator, J M Fairbanks,
D F Fleming, Veriju^on A: Hull, W Gurney, H Gerdts i;
Co, J E Glover, C. mmander A K Hughes, A Illing, W
Bar&sber, Klinck, Wicken berg A Co Krcito a Lhapman.
H Knee, ti Litschgi, BJehrtena At Wohltman, W Mccomb
A Co, R Marshall, C Madsen, Mc Loy A Rice, M F Mar?
tin, A Meicbers, lt O'Neill. L> O'Neill A S.-n, J Purcell, D
Paul A: Co. J Reil?, J K lind A: LO, J Russell, G W stet'
lens A Co, Salas A Co, J small A Co, W >empken A Co.
southern Express Co, D il siicox. J n f-ohirmer, Werner
?j Ducker, A l ieJenthil, J Wulki r, Agent, Willis A Chis
olin, Holmes, Col G Wi.liam?, W li M. J Mehrtens, J
Heii'ir. Ula; ton A Cunningham, C ! UhentbaL F Ct rist
man, M TaDUlttbSOn, S W Laiz c? i rc. Courier Ofilce, W
Gili, shacko!.. - J. GjU'lkopt At Leuthuer, Oruher At Mar?
un, 1 Mc arthy, aud otbers.
StcamsLip sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-kit 14th inat.
Mdze. To Mordecai <fc Co, Courtouay A Treaholm,
Railroad Agent, F L.^tc-imaa, steamer Diet .tor, J B'logai,
ei W Ste?ens A Co, Ho mm .': Calder. Ora. scr, Lee, .smith
A; Co, L schnell At Co, J H Koni.Oker, ii Gt rdts At Co, ll
C bia /: Co, J B l uval A Sou, J Jackson, Stol), Webb ii
Co, Klinck, Wickenberg At CO, W H Chuleo, Steuhanse A
Co. Grauer k Martin, li Bischoff A Co, JAWS Ann
s'.ioa^, G Lt Stoiietnrd, Birsell At Co, D i'uul u Co, J Bus?
sell, i N li d;m :a iz Co. E ll JioJgars ? Co, B O'Noill,
W L Webe, Lhwiu 4t Witte, s Fleming, Ji.?lords ?t Co. C
N WcTiii s hon, West At Jones, J Cauipaca, Lauroy A
ilexaader. J A Quac^untu h. c LiUleuthal, H Klattc A
Co. Dotulas k Mi 1er. o A Locko A; . o, w Eaobeloch, D
I? Vi cut, : voua. A Barnwell, Osic^ioru: fi co, L 0
Ehaugh, and o Ler3.
.tcaaishap Lquator. Sponcor, New York-lett Wednes?
day. Hay, Atc. To Wi. i-- & chischo, and othcia. Ex?
per t need heavy d-ita on the pas age
Brig J A Devereux, e laxU, foston-15 divs. Mdze.
To btrcot Bros it So, A l'iichoff, W G WLilden, J Thomr
ion, L R Cowperthwait, j EAdgerA Co.?: Graveley, R
White, Camp ell, Knox a Co, ?j ll btlcox, Il Kantie A Co,
T W Lewis, Kinsman fi Howi ll, and others.
brig J W Dri-ko, Luton, Ph LdelpbiU-13 days. Coal.
To Buley A ? 'reighton, J Furguson.
Seht Llvina, Habenicht, Bock River. 2500 bushels
Rough Sic?. To WO Bs? & Ce.
Cleared s ut uni ny.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell. New York-Bavenel k
Steamship MsnJiattan, Woodhull, Now York-Courtenay
" Si Trenliolin.
Steamship Alliance, Holly, Philadelphia-It F Laker ?
SloauisUip Zodiac. Rodgors. New York-Willis 4 Chls
Brlish bark Hector, Nolson, Llvorpool-Street Bros k
I schuhe Pott:r. Somers, a Northern Port-H F Baker
Went to Sea Saturday.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull. Now York,
-teamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York.
MO miElii" Zo? iae, Rodgers. New York.
Sehr Faunie K Shaw, Shaw, Wilmington, N C.
n'eut to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, Pbda :elphia.
From this Fort.
Steamship Moncka, Shackford. Now York, Nov 17.
Steamship .Matanzas Ryder, New York, Nov 14.
Steamship George B Upton. Rich, Boston, Nov 14.
Up for this Fort.
I Steamship Miami, at New York, to leave Nov W.
.-chr shiloh, Hubbard, at Baltimore, Nov 16.
Cleared for this Fort.
Ship St Louis, Ht board, at Now York, Nov 14.
Sehr D F Keo?Dg, hubbard, at Baltimore, Nov 14.
Sailed for this Port.
Spanish sehr Camila, Tosa, irom Matanisaa, Nov 1.
The brig Josie A i ever aux, Clark, from Boston, for
this port, was iu Hampton Roads, Nov IL
The sehr Frank B Colton, from Philadelphia for thia
port, was at tho Delawaro breakwater. Nov LL
Tho stcamor Gerrge. from this pott for New York, ar.
I rived at Fortress Monroe, Nov 10.
The New York Comme cial Advertiser, of Friday, lGth
inst, says: 'the steamer Ouoota. Capt Donn ra ithe crew
of which was rescued e.-J brought here Dy steamet
Nightingale;, loll Charleston in ballast Nov 8 for thia
port, and on the lOdi, when off WUtaincton, N C, i is
ubl d ber eugine, and put into toot port lor repairs. She
lett again uu tho lltb, and on tho 12tb, off Cape Lookout,
too., a heavy galo from NE, and shipped a sea which
filled her and stovo i ll her upper wcrk^. When aban?
doned, she had five feet water lu her hald, and was sink
in" rapidly. '1 ho Oneota waa 17 > ears old, 800 ton?, and
.)wneu by liobert Huntor and J Marshall, of Char.eaton.
She f.innerly run as a ie:r y boat between New York and
LIST UK VBSSICJJ*
(JP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The ?kjold, Albreohtsen, up.Oct 29
Nor bark Kjelkstadt, Wcrge, cleared.Oot 16
ariden, bark Yum uri, Thompson. . leared.Sept 23
The Hakou Adelstcin, hacker, up.kept J<
The Pawnee, Ameer, sailed. Get 0
Tho Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct S3
Che Triton, Eooger, sail d.be?t *
The Competitor, Turner, up.Oct 4
Bramen bark Gauss, Wieling, ?.ailed..Oct 6
-, Ulled.?0T 1*
Spanish echr Camll.-, lo^a. sailed.Nov 1
DOM Ki TIO,
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, to leave..Nov 19
bark John Fyfe, Luce, cleared.Nov 4
-chr-da ella, Weeks, up.Oct 12
Sehr E B Glover, Ingersoll, up.MOV 9
btw TO ax. S
Steamship Miami,-, to leavo.Nov 20
Steamship Prometheus, Harrie, c.eaied.Nov 12
>hip st Louis, Hubbaid. cleared.Nov 14
lirig Tangent, Rich, . leared. :.Oct 14
Soar Americas, Mos.', up.Nov 6
ScurN W smith, Tooker, . leered.Nov 7
Sehr LAE iwards, Marshall, cleared.HOT 7
sehr yrover, Hughes, np.Nov 7
-chr Carrv S Webb, Wort .tugton, o.earod.Nov 7
Sehr ELB Wales, J anua way, clcarod.Nov 7
Scar A G Irelati J. Townsend, up..Nov 8
-cbr Hatriet Newed. GoulJ. up.Nov 13
Sehr Maida L Taber, Morn?, cleared.Nov ll
Sehr F B Colton, Robinson, cleared.Nov 2
.ichr Maggie McNeill, snow, cleared.Nov 6
Sehr David F Keeling,-, oleirnd.Nov 14
Scur Shiloh, Hubbard, up.-NOT IC
Or TILE GEOAOIA STATE LOTTEBT, FOB TILE .BENEFIT
OF THE .'?A50NTC UNPHANS' HOME. CLASS G,
DBAWN AT ATLANTA, GA., WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER
13TH, 18C7. Boro, WILSON & Co., MANAGEBS.
iVb. Prue. I A'o. Prue. I No
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1?C.100 0416.?0U 13978. 100 21616.100
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187.leo 6539.251) 14074 . 250 21672. 200
473.200 6555.lot 14113.IOU 21783. 100
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2060.2U? 8739.100 1 424. 100 25068. 2L0
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3 14.luu ?U256.25u 17045 . 200 26318 . 200
3018 . 500 103U3... .250 17S)56.20. 2U32J.loo
JU77.IOU 10321.10o 1812'..iOC 26444 . 200
3101.2UU 10694.lui 18.34. 26 266O8.200
,14'J.25i .0630.10 18232... . 26( 20710.IOU
3227.10UMU707.100 18626. 100 268u3.100
3 73.25 1U792.loo 16603.10 20813 . 2 0
3277.200 10840. 200 18710.KX 26922. 200
3324.10t 10929.IOU 18?86. 60?, 20040.2uu
33o9.LO i'933.IOo 188U0.-0978. 100
3424.100 10962.20U 18835 . 20(. 37U59 . 200
3139.IOo H . 46. 200 18888.IOU 27109. 20U
3623.100 1142a.lou 18987.IOU 27189.... 60U0
3632.200 11434 .60U 19264.IOo 27223. 250
3766 . 20u U448.IOo 19469.lot) 27811. 260
3828.100 11518.25 10590. 600 27"22.100
3335.200 11552.100 19588 .... 10- 27389. 100
3913.IOU 11669 . 300 197.6 _ 300 27646.... 200
39.9 . 200 U724 . 200 19884.ll? 2,697. 330
lull.COu 11746.100 ?0006. 260 2767o.3J0
4052.200 11766.IOU 20Ui0.IO1) 27680. 100
1137.600 i2t 05... .2600 20219. 25-) 27728. 100
4174. 200 12130 . 26o 2J255. 10) 27775 . 300
1222.20:i 12158.2J0 20281_lUj|'27a21.200
1371.200 12251.200 2U295. 10 J 27858 . 200
4448 . 200 12255.100 203i3.103 23.96. 200
4099. 2 0 12364 . 2i0 20370.lu J 23537 . 200
4012.100 l2o92 . 260 .0385 .... 20j 28577. 200
1?15.20o 12660... .200 20616. 203123093. 200
16?8.1001.2818 . 200 .0346 . 20.128719.loo
1721.2ou 12915. 200 0659. 100 2o7S9.200
4762. 100 12935.100 209u2. 10, 28767. 100
4S25.IOO 13218.200 20975.i00 2-793. 200
4994.100 13334 . 20. 20993. 200 2J878. 100
510 .10 18346 . 200 2103S.26u'28963. 300
5f.'8.1UU 13373.100 21043 . 200?290?6.100
5281.100 13459. 200 21036. 100 22973 . 600
5302 . 200 136.1.IOU 21288 .... 250 29356. 100
5305.10J 13024...60000 21289 . 200 29.18 . 200
5*83 . 200 13758.100 21313. 100 29630.260
5733.10J 13767.30U 213 9. 100 290t8.600
6k>50.10J 13846.200 21350.HO 29810 . 200
EXPLANATION OF APPEOXIMAIION PRIZES.
The Ticket No. 13524 having drawn t .0 Capital Prtxe
of ?60.000, ul! those uckets numbering 13031,18622, 13623.
13f>25. 13626, 13,27, 13628, 13823, 13650 me each eaUd.-d
to a prize 01 ?600.
Ino ticket Nu. 16588 having .lrawn thc 326,000 pri:e,
all those tickets numbering 1C551, 16862,16563, 16654,
16656. 16556, 16567, 16559, 16660, aro each end lied to a
prize cf ? 250.
Thc tick.t No. 7620 hiving drawn tho $10,000 prtze, all
those tl kets numuerfnc: 7621, 7622, 7623. 7624, 7633. 7637,
7628, 7629, 7630. nre each en Hied to a prizo ol *200.
1 he ti.-net No. 27189 having dnwo the $5000 prize, all
SSS U^ti9 ly',mo,Tialf 27181, 27182, 27183, 27184. 27185,
271S6. 2718., 27188, 27190, are each entitled to a prize of
ihe ticket No. 9262 having drawn the $2600 prize,
?L n'"Bi i^18 "Umbering 9251. 9263, 02,4, 9266,
9265 9207. 0268, 9269, 9270. are each entitled to ap,lze
The ticket No. 12005 having drawn the other $2500
?on.a inofto??i?0v.?C,k,,a oumberi-'K 1-301. 12002. 120J3,
120.4. 12000, 12007, 13008, 12009, 12010, aro each entided
lo u prize Ol ; 100.
.,,n^bf ri*eT havln8 ??perintended the draging of
the Goorda state Lottery tor the benefit of .he^ila
sonic OipW Home," Claw G. do hereby ce tifv
that the above are the numbers and prizes which were
dds ?lay drawn m public from thi whee ls.
. "??g our bands at Atlanta Ga., this 13th day of Noven*
ALLX M. WALLACE 1 -
M. V. D. CORPUT j sWOrn Commissioners.
Clerk to Commissioners,'J. N. WILUAACS.
fcihnr"?,i!^?T meh ure B0W acknowledged to be,
?? '?1* m 'bis country, SUPEM.iB TO
- Ti?!5/N^M??ICA- These Instrumente pos
KeTin^?i^*?10"* aw o? toe largest size,
cmbrae.nL rtT Lb ? nd PLAlN ROSEWOOD CASES
affiSSieWv?^ 01 5t>'le- ?iCh na3 toe fud
out the ?rni 1ME- 0V^^TRUNG DASS (with or with
GRAvD^u^oTS?1^ ta8 too FRENCH
o er bi ra?kI ?acknowl^B'd to bc superior to any
SLVIV urn LtXccut'on- HMM InrtrumcntB are all
STAVES eonstr?rtt?C^1TER AUD STVE-N ^ .UIUTJ
a id ul thc S ?SM ?R IU0MWM' SEASONED WOOD,
monterSo??S^S?1 ?,at'?r'-'l- ForoBEai FOWE?
f?.ro^hr.^f; J*i*?1?" ??nd PUBITT OP TOMI
sn^ol^?n A^T^^: ELd?GANCiv OF lTNIHE
1^ v\v^ A- e.nv? ' Piano-Fortes of Mesara,
the WOP ri ?VJM U2Surlja?S' :: by any other m .ken in
VHlFi vn'' Mimi? l;ken tie PRBMIUM
?Abie ill^urr^^lli\,LD' 'tv? 81136 SidUliea which
To lib a ?pr?iUCC A SUP?KI? ' ; INSTRUMENT.
r^h??f iw^? ??ertheir PlANO-FOUTEa to the
CLASS muuuia turor in the cou itry.
ls ffvit??ii?' ?? Do*te?- Teachers and othera
?. Ih,ar.H^.^CXai,riliationo' these Pian s before raak.
K ,??.rJ?'^?"S^wbere. Every Instrument la lull?
\\ALLAN, LD FOR FlVt ?EAlts. Descriptive eu-cu.
lars sent to all parts of the couatr, upon up^l c/Jon. Ad
?'cse' Jl NN?S v .-ONS,
" ._". . ", Nos. 23j and 235 tust 21 -l tt ' ork.
Cetwcen 2d and 3d Aienues. Kawrcet,
.sppteuih'-r 27 J
THE liRfcKxviLLi;; JHOURTAINRER
TS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $150 PEP
JL year, m a lvunce. Advertisemeutf inserted at USUAI
ra~- ." Cr. E. ELFORD,
Ma7 1? Wi ter and Prac rvs ter
NOW IS YOUR "TIME!
Stoves 80 Cheap
THAT IT WILL
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
The Cheapest Stove Store Between the
Totoinac and the Bio Grande !
A LABOR ASSORTMENT OF HALL, PAR?
LOR AND .-OOHING STOVES. SHEET IRON, LEAD.
ZINC AND CO PP LR, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, GhATES
AND GRATE TRIMMINGS.
TIN ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
AT SHORT NOTICE, AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street.
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL.
GET THE BEST!
McINTIRE'S HIPEO VED COTTON TIE I
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS McINTIRE'? IMPROVED COTTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION Iff PRE SHS TVMU
TO THE PUBLIC AS THE
BEST TIE IN USE!
IT HAS BEEN THOROUGHLY TESTED IN DIFFERENT SECTIONS OF THE SOUTH, AND TTS SUPERIOR MERITS FREELY ACKNOWLEDGED BY ALL WHO?
have tried it. Lo fact, lu popularity baa become so prcat aa to warrant ns in tbe assertion that it ls destine I to become the universal favorite. Thia TIE combine?
ease and simplicity of adjustment, with uod vbied strength and durability. We particularly invite the attention of Planter?. Pressmen, and Dealers generally, io the follow?
ing points : The perfect construction of the Binse and munded edges of tbe Buckle secure the entire strength of the Band, and ?ive lt great advantiges in compressing, lt
has no Tongues to press against the Band-docs not reqoire any Puts to bc slipped 'u, pulled out or to FALL OUT; and is used withoai the t.oublesome operation of bending
or loo ing the Bund. The manner In which it works is oasily understood ?rom tbe cut. Each i ie is complete in itself-the Buckle being riveted to the Ban i ; and no part can
be lost Ti e simplo process cf running tho Band int > tho Buckle and let'ing it go at the proper place, is all that la neceasjry-the fastening being perfected the moment the
pressure of the cotton ii brought to betir on UAJ ?ands. The Buckle is strong, compact and small presenting an even surface, bsa no rough edges or protruding points, con?
voque:, tly kinks even with the cotton and obvi.tcs ?ha great objection toother Ties, which are wrenched apart when the buckles of different bales get caught in handling or
transport?t on, and especially when ba.es are i-iiod on each other.
FOR WALE BY
WILLIS & CHIS0LM, Agents,
H. T. MeDOWELL, General Agent for Georgia, South Carolin? and Florida.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
*' Prevention is Ueiter than Cure." I
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPBOVCD AN*I) HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
2\_ ii?f ITI-O:II Medical Faculty, as the only salo and
?ataJlible lntuloto against infection from special Disensos.
This I ru h i ;J: lo ( :r? aranon is suited 1 Dr either sex, and
n:ip proved, Irom ample oxperience, ibe most clhciem
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thud effecting a
desideratum long sought for m the Medical World, ll
need according to directions every possibility ol danger
?nay be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all Impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination impossible.
L's wise io time, and at a very small outlay, save Lours ol
uatold bcdtly and mental torments.
Thia most reliable specific, so universally adopted In
the Old World, is now oUcrcu for sale for thc tirar lime in
-.menea Oy F. A. DUPOllT tt CO., only authoriae-J
agents for the Cr i tod States.
Price $3 per bottle. Lar ito bottle, double size, SA
The usual cisoount to the trade, sent, securely
?.licked, on receipt ol price, to any address, with dine*
lious and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DEPORT & CO.,
Sole Agents tte Dr. Rl-ord's P. L,
May 29 lyr j No. Ti Gold Street. New York.
C. DUCRETJX'S PATE.VT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
rrVHIs INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION",
X whl h baa been patentad in thc United Sutea,
France and En Land, is now offered by the subscriber to
the publie, feeling aasured they wid Cud lt, upon exami?
nation, ono ol the greatest inve .lions oi thu a?o.
Prominent among ita advantages are:
F LOST-ibo facitity *ith which horses mav be harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carrions, ala} r.-nd. n jg n
unnoccssarytor the parson unharnessing to pass bc tu cen
or behind the horses as ia customary, thu? ?vol lng any
liability of being kicked.
SECOND- in cace ot a horse failing, ho may be looked
trom tho carringa in one second, wnaiouc the driver ?OJ v.
ing his seat. It ia so simple lu Ito opera?on .nat a ctn ld
can wora it.
TRIED AND G asa Tin-In ceseti or horses taking fright,
becoming unmauagable or running away, me tomb.o'
consequences which so frequently lollow may bo all avoid?
ed by this simple application to carriages, aa toe horans
eau be loosod tr. m mo carriage "ma twiukl???," and the
carriage is quickly and ?af J y stopped.
Mr. C. DLCREUX gav? several puiihc exhibitions. Tho
greai. favor end praise maidtfstcd by the pub?c ou theao
ocraaions, lt one ol the evidences oi a popular apprecia?
tion of ita merita
I erma may ba known and orders received tor applying
the patent lo carriagea, or purchase of state Eights, by
addressing to C. DC( REUX, Patentee,
No. 93 Elizabeth street, Kaw York.
October 29 Umo
Tl BEST Ulf IW IN M !
P.WK M VS HEPATIC niTTF.Il?,
lM.Mv.MVs HEPATIC BITTE!KS,
.'WK MVS HEPATIC HIlTEUN,
P WK.VI.VS Hf PATIO 11IT1 EKS,
P.WKM.VS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THE BEST TONIC NOV/ IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONI1 ' N ?\V IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
80LD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLP BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGIM I'S.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
November 0 94
Foi the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from thc Hero and
Beautiful Flower from which it takes ita nemo.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PD.ALON !i SON,
BEWARE OT C0?TXTE1SFE??S.
Aim FOB PHALON'S-TAKE so OI?I-K.
Sold by Druggie to generally-, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WIffllS & DO.,
January 91 nr.Llrr
PUN FOR ALiLI
FULL INSTRUCTION.3 BY WHICH ANT PERSON
malo or female, can muster thc croit art o. Ven?
triloquism by a few hours' practice, jnakbig a world oi
fun, ?md after becoming experts thorne ves, can teach j
others, thereby maklLii" It a eource of income. Full m ,
s Iructl&u a 9unt by mall fer 50 eento. Batta faction pelar?
Addrcea P. 0. Drawer 21, Troy, N. I.
May 13 lyr 1
BOOKS ANO STATIONERY.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES I
THE ENTIRE STOCK OF
BOOKS, STATIONERY il MW 1RTMES
NO. 9 BROAD STREET,
AT EXTREME LOW PHI' ES, OW ACCOUNT OF DECLI3TS
IN PRICES LV OUR UNE NORTH.
AS GOOD AN ASSORTMENT AS EVER OFFERED.
CALL AND SEE AT
PATBST (fSHRSH COTTON TIE IN!) IRON HOOPS.
THIS TIE IS NOW GENERALLY ADOPTED.
fe '-W-'m. . -HZ. vi ns ' ??
THIS TIE, WITH THE HCXtP COMPLETE, WEIGHS NO MORE 'THAN THE '/SUAX
ROPE, and randan an allowance for tare unnecessary ; the ONLY TIE REQUIRING NO 6LACT? WHILE
POTTING ON, and ia so perfect that the necessity for heavy Hoops is entirely obviated. Caa be sold by Vc* POUND
OR TON as cheaply aa the heavy Hoops and leas perfect Ties. Each Tie ls warranted perfect. The Iran Tie 1- en
titrely superseding the use of Rore, on account ot its combination of advantages, ita simplicity sad economy, while
ita preservation of the Cotton when baled, from destruction by Pire, both ia warehouse and on shipboard, tender?
ita security to Insurance Companies a natter tor consideration.
FOR SALE, IN LARGE Ott SMALL QUANTITES, B?
WILLIAM ROACH, Agent for South Carolina.
November 2 , lae
WE HAVE USED GALLIQFIAN'S P1XLS, AND FIND
that they will do all that ii claimed lor them, aud !
cheerfully recommend them to pub li.- favor.
T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Atfy Gen'' 0( Alabama.
ROBT. EOUGHERTY, Ju?ye Suprime Court Ala. j
From THOMAS J. JUDOE, Judge supreme Court. '
I have used GALLIGHaN'S PILLS on my plantation :
lor i ever and Ague, und find them all that is claimed foi '
them. THOS, J. J I'D GE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 29, WW.
Lo wa DIS COUNTY, Alabama.
GAlLIGHAN'3 FEVER AND AGUE FILLS will do
Ta.-;/ uro c'ocide Hy the beat medicine for Chills and lc
v iv : ev?r gavu. I would not bo without them forflvr
umea the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
AMXBICUS, April 17, W67.
One box or GALLIGHAN'S FILLS cured meporieotlj j
of Chilli and Fever. They are thc bes: u (hutu fi
CUliis and Fever I ever saw. A. C. RONALDSON,
Clerk superior Cctm, Sumter County, Ga.
UOXTOOMEBT, ALA., July 9,1SC1
Mobara. BLUNT A: tl/.Li".-HIM... 1 have used yoci
UALLlGHAS'S FILLS oa two oe '..-iou* .or chills an?
lever, and ned that they effect all that they ora iu.eni
?J to uo. 'Ibey are tho i..~st wi tedy lo- the disease ;ont
? Lave ever tried. I cons.Uer Lieu pwiecily reliaLie.
Hcspctfully, DAN'L SAYLE,
Crsa? boc. Grund Lodge ol F. and A. AI. of alabama j
AxnaxT, GA., Mar eb ll, 1867,
Thavourcd GALLIOTlAN's PILLS in tony easefCi
Cuni ?ena i'cv^.-. With perfect sc^resa. Xii iv are ttl !
ccst Fever ;.:iu Ague Ml put u> A. U. ff ASH. !
WHOLESALE t\" CHABJ.E5TON, 32
COUPRICB. WIXIL.MAS ?i ^O.,
Na 153 Moeting street.
AS? by all Druggists.
? LOU?T ?i IIA LU.
May U tao Montgomery, Ala. j
BALM OF LIFE!
FUR ALL WHO ARB COVSI JIPTIVK, OR
ARK SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANT IRRITA?
TION OP THE LUA G S WHETHER THE
COUGH HAS BEEN OF LO.VG CONTIN?
UA.\ C.-., OR OF RECENT ORIGIN.
raiMon ELIXIR mm
HAS BAPDDLY DISIINGU-ISHED ITSELF FOB TTS
wonderful restorative and curative qualities. Ua
I der its stimulative influence, and by its penetrative
agency, this health lrvigotatin? cordial excites a araserai
beneficial reaction, and disp> rsej the impermeable ob
I structioQS which prevent ace us to other remedies.
1 While gradually reduct >g thc accompanying co J striction
which attends .ho malady, it reproduces the er anual
! warmth and eia*u'c vigor ol thc respirator}' /easels,
which, by this romed-ai coablnatiou, promote the heal?
ing process hy which rehel and cur?, is effected.
Ucmorrliagei aro arrested and cured, wita ovary other
Aa ?ici hcr narcotic nor emetic properties of any kind
arc employed in this Pul i onic Compound, and the most
arduous attention given to the qua Ly and mediqat
value of eacii comronent article whi h couaticute it, lt ia
cou nd?a ?y and conscientiously recommended f r let
s.'iciy and reliability, withcut rcstrL'tioa tn (faaercua,
wholesome diet, or apprahen loa ox resowed cold trota
For sala wholeaalo and ratall by tho Proprietors*, MM.
CECILIA BOi.'i'lU?ES, northwe? corner Of lOSTIsTC?
AND SOCIETY iTBEEr\ and et tl? Druggists.
P1UCE S Di OLE BOTTLE ?Li*.
Nevsmbex U -.kljt.--w