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A Knight'? Song Throe Hundred Years
Xx ornaments are arms.
My pastime is in var,
My bed le cold upon the wold.
My lamp, yon star.
My Jonrneyings are long.
Tty slumbers short and broken ;
From hill to hill I wander still,
Kissing thy token.
I ride from land to land
I sail from sea to sea
Some day more kind I fate may find,
Some night kiss thee 1
rXKAJrCIAJt AJTD COMMERCIAL.
\ The Money Market.
THURSDAY, October 7.
' Wi hare no change to report during the past
weak; the few transactions have not affected the
price of securities, and the quotations given be?
low are therefore strictly nominal. There ls, how
aver,, a better feeling with both buyers and sellers,
and the general impression ls that the bottom has
hean touched, and securities will soon appreciate
In value. Money is l to l)j 'f. cent, per month on
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
Bank ot Camden. 68?
Bank of Charleston. oo?
Bank of Chester. 12?
Bank of Georgetown. 15?
Bank of Hamburg. 7?
Bank of Newberry. 84?
Bank of South CaroUna. io?
Bank of State of South Carolina,
prior to 1861. 83$ ,.
Bani of state of Beeta Carolina,
after January 1,1861. io?
Coauherclal Bani. Columbia., ca?
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 18?
Farmers' ana Exchange Bank,
Merchants'Bank, Cheraw. 12?
Peopled Bank, Charleston. 93?
Planters' Bank of Fairfield. 07?
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,
-Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (old). 73?
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (new). 78?
State Bank, Charleston. 08g "
Unkm Bank, Charleston ","""" ss@
CgTOf Charley rftififo BUTS. ?5?
Stat? ai ?, carolina Treasury Notes. 95?
?O.VDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
CKy of Columbia Bonds. 68?
City of Columbia Coupons........... 70?
South Carolina Railroad and Bank
- Stock fwhole shares). 40?
Sou th Carolina Railroad (half shares) 19?
'Booth Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent
. Bonds. 70? ..
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds...... 80?
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. 95?
?ty of Charleston Six Per Cent.
?nt Stack. 57?
-City o? Charleston FirelxxuHBonds.. 76?
State of South Carolina Bonds (old). 70?
State of South Carolina Bonds mew
I issue of January l, 1867). 67?
State of SeratU Carolina Bonds (issued
? .tor Bank of the State bUls). 65?
State of South Carolina Stock. 65?
Stat? of South CaroUna Coupons
(fundable). ?6? 70
People's National Bank Stock.115 oo?
first National Bank Slock.116 oo?
Union Bank Stock. 7 25?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 62?
Greenville and Columbia First Mort
. gage Bonds. 70?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds. .80?
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
(put due).. 65?
Northeastern Railroad Stock(capital) 8 00?
Northeastern hallroad Stock (pre?
ferred. 30 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
vheraw and Darlington First Mort?
gage Bonds. 80?
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 22?
?tmarleston City Raliway Stock (ex
Charleston Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company's Phosphate Works ..@
?h?rteste? ahd Savannah Railroad
Bonds (State guarantee). 69? ,.
Savana ah and Charleston Railroad
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
.. r'T(8a*ftgaarante?)Seven Per Cent.
City of Savannah Bonds. 90?
City of Savannah Coupons (dne pre?
vious to June 1,18*8). 97?
Oby er Savannas Coupons (due after
June 1,1866...... 97?
OJty of Memphis Bonds (endorsed by
M. St C. Railroad. 60?
Memphis and Chariesten R. R. stock ll
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Bonds 82?
Mfflsphtfl and Cha'ton R. R. Coupons 93?
Kl ..,v,The Charleston Market.
voa ISS WE SK ENDINO. TBXBSDAY, OCT. 7, 1869.
THI Capps AND RECEIPTS.-There have been
heavy rains over sections of the cotton region
drating the week, which has somewhat interfered
with securing the crop; but no Information has
Bwhv received indicating any damage of note,
and the weather having again.taken a settled
aaaraeiervit hf thought that an equinoctial blow
W?1 be escaped, and that the season will be favor?
able for picking for several weeks. The receipts
at the principal cotton ports have continued
good, and the following table will show the com?
parison with last year:
. SBRT 186?. 1868.
New Orleans, October 6..60,464 68,066
Mobile, October 9..............23,293 16,300
Savannah, October 6..........53,698 22,680
oaariestoa, October 6..26,867 11,112
texas, October l... .' 8,161 6,776
c *H?an?ual vtsrt of the caterpillar on the seacoast
ha* draws the attention of planters to the necessity
of ? substitute for the present sea Island crop, and
aexera) have, we learn, experimented with the su?
perior qualities of aplancicotton with considerable
success, and a more extensive planting of these av
riattts the coming season may be anticipated.
* *4An COTTON MAJUCKT.-The market for this
staple for the period trader review has exhibited
rather more steadiness, and the opinion enter?
tained by many that the article has perhaps
reached its minimum for the present, unless the
rature receipts should be unexpectedly large, will
no doubt have a healthy influence on prices. The
staple m the English market opened nat at the
commencement of the week at I2j?d., but after
wards became firmer, and slightly hardened to
I2*d.@i2\-d. At New York the article began at
27 *c., improved to 28, and has since receded to
S7Xc.; while at this point the rates were 25c. for
middling uplands, but afterwards hardened to
The movements at Liverpool and New York
since our last weekly report have been as follows:
On Friday, October 1, the former closed flat, up?
lands 12s d, sales 6000 bales; the latter was un?
changed at 27,s'c, sales 2000 bales. On Saturday
the former was quiet, uplands TSJfd, sales 7000
hales; the latter was firmer at 27\c, sales 4700
bales. On Monday the former was Armer, up
? i?nfls 12>??I, sales 10,900 bales; the latter was
- -Aver, closing quiet at 28c, sales 2800 bales. On
Tuesday the former closed firmer, uplands 12.vd
?l#Kd; the latter was quiet and unchanged at
ase, sales 1800 bales. On Wednesday the former
wat firmer, uplands 12?;d, sales 12,000 bales; the
latter was a shade easier at 27^c, sales 3000
hates. Yesterday the former was dnUat 12=,'d;
tae latter was quiet at 27??c.
The stocks of the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
Stock in Liverpool. 442,000 424,180
Afloat from India. 244,000 414,000
?float from America.... :.'. 8,000 6,000
Stock in London.4. - 37,610 55,666
Afloat for Ldhdon. 140,000 161,000
oat for Havre. 71,807 74,143
Stock m Bremen. 4,178 9,871
Afloat for Bremen. 801 7,585
Stock m United States ports.... 91,331 78,144
8tock m the interior towns. 19,286 - 11,917
total. 1,122,513 1,2*2,635
Deficiency in visible supply... 170,122
Stock or cotton held by Manchester spinners at
the mills, now 48,000 bales; same time 1868,115,000
bates, ..MhlfViing uplands now 12,','d., then ioj?d.
The arrivals at this port for the week have been
SIS bags of sea islands and Floridas, and 7214
balas of uplands, against 143 bags of sea islands
and Floridas and 642S bales of uplands the week
before, and 89 bags of sea Islands and Floridas
and 5324 bales of uplands for the same week last
year. These supplies have come through the
following sources, say of uplands per South Caro?
Una Railroad, 5617 bales; per Northeastern Rall
road, 1412; from the Peedee, 168; Savannah Rail?
road, 10; Christ Church, 1; Beaufort, 3; Edlsto, 8;
Florida, 6; of sea islands from James Island, 3;
Beaufort, 51; John's Island, 6; Christ Church, ll;
Wadmalaw, l; Savannah Railroad, 9; Northeast?
ern Railroad, V; Edicto, 27; Florida, 86; Savan?
The transactions and prices prevailing in this
Harket for the week have been as foUows :
On Friday, October 1st, a good inquiry pr
ed for the article throughout the day, prices i
lng much steadiness; sales 600 bales, ot dint
good ordinary being quoted at 23<?>24V; low
diing 24)i@24X; middling 23, and strict mid
25 Vc fi lb.
On Saturday the demand was moderate, ]
firm and stock light; sales 325 bales; quota
On Monday prices stiffened '?'?P?e fi lb;
425 bales, ordinary to good ordinary being qi
at23V@24V; low middling 25; middling :
?23\c ft re.
On Tuesday there was a fairly sustained i
ry, with rather softer prices; sales 400 bale
dlnary to good ordinary being quoted at i
24V; low middling 25; middling 23 vc. fi re.
On Wednesday, the demand was active
prices firmer. Sales 700 bales, ordinary to
ordinary being quoted at 23V@24V; low
diing 25; middUug 25V@25V ; strict midi
Yesterday there was a steady inquiry at
changed prices. Sales about 500 bales, viz:
24 V, 20 at 24?,', 164 at 24V, 9 at 24V, 62 at 25,
25V, 54 at 25.V, 12 at 25?,', loo at 25V, io at
10 at 26. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.23V@24,S
Low middling.25 @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals show a st
Increase and were 212 bags, against 143 the t
before, and 89 for the week last year. The i
ket continued dull, and buyers showed but 1
disposition to purchase unless at rates strong
their favor. There have been sold during
week about 60 bags, mostly island cotton ol
medium grades, at rates which were cot gent
ly made known, but were about on the bas
50@55c for common; 60@.65c for medium, and
and upward for Une sea Island qualities.
RICE.-Tlie arrivals of Carolina rough li
been light, and were about 3200 bushels for
week, with slightly Increased offerings. The i
ket has shown rather raore activity, and
transactions have be*;-? abont 250 tierces of cl
Carolina, say: 6* tierces at 8; 68 at 8V; 40 at
and 80 at ; 24 at 8 Vc fl re. We quote corni
to fair clean Carolina at 7K?8.'4'c; good 8?,'@
NAVAL STORES.-There have been moderatt
oelpts under t hu head, the arrivals amountln
about 1300 bbls. of all kinds for the week,
transactions in spirits turpentine were nt 38 V<?
In country packages, and 39','?40 In extra ban
Rosin was sold at $2 75?$3 25 fi bbl. for N<
$2 25@f2 50 fl bbl. for low No. 1; f2? bbl.
dull and opaque; $1 80 fi bbl. for No. 2. and $
ft bbl. for No. L Crude turpentine may be que
at $2 80 ft bbl. for virgin; $2 60 fl bbl. for yel
dip, and $1 60 fi bbl. for hard.
HAY.-There have been received abont S"o bi
of North River qualities. Sales of this descript
took place from the wharf at 9Sc.(3>$l fi pundi
CORN.-The demand has been light, with mo
rate receipts, say about 6000 bnshels from Ba
more, and limited lots from Tennessee by r
About 3000 bushels of Virginia white was s
from the wharf in bulk, weight, at $1 47@1 5(
bushel. Tennessee descriptions may be quoted
the car load from the depot at $1 36@$1 4(
bushel, weight, sacks included, and Mary's
qualities, la Jobbing lots, at $1 45@$l 50 fi busl
weight, sacks included.
FLOCK.-There is a fair supply of most quallt
ta the market, and prices during the week ht
been without important change, the demand
lng firm, both from the city and country tra>
Northern anti Western super may be quoted
$7 25@7 50 fi bbl, extra at $7 75@8 fi bbl, a
family at $S50@9 50 fi bbl. Southern quallt
are in moderate stock, and may be quoted at $7
fl bbl for super, $8@8 25 fi bbl for extra, ai
$9@9 60 for family kinds.
BACON-Is in limited stock, and has been ger
rally steady, with a moderate demand. Prill
shoulders may be quoted at 18c fi re, clear r
sides at 22c, prime stripe at 22c, and dry salt?
shoulders at 18 vc fi lb.
WHEAT.-We quote prime white at fl 70@1
fi bushel, and prime red at $140@1 50.
BUTTER.-There is a fair stock of prime Gothel
We quote good to prime at 40@45c fi lb. Wertet
and other lower grades sell from 30@35c fi lb, ?
SALT.-The arrivals have been ationt 5O0c> na
direct and 3500 coastwise. Jobbing lots may l
quoted at $215<S>2 25 fi sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is well supplie
with this article, and we quote 25@26c fi yard e
to quality, terms and size of lot, Dundee bat
ging, 44 inches, lv res. for Hie yard, is held at ?
@35? Sea island bagging, 45 Inches wide, 2 lb
for the yard, ls held at 45c. j
Rora;-The demand for rope ls moderate, an
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. W
quote hemp at - cents fl BJ; greenleaf at io cents
and Jute at 8 v@9 cents fi lb.
IKON BANDSAND TIES for cotton,.of the mos
approved patterns, are offered on the market a
6V@" Vc fi re, ant* sales have taken place a
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-Thc market for this arti
cle ls dall. We quote timber for muling purpose
from $6@9. Shipping timber $10@15; 4-4@5
flooring at $14@15 fi M. Bright lumber, gooi
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, fron
$20@24 fi M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam, nominal
by sall, we quote 9-16d on uplands and ld on sei
islands. To Havre, nommai. Coastwise-to Nev
York, by steam, Xe on uplands and lc on sea ls
lands, $160 fi tierce on rice; by sail, %c on cot
ton; $1 fi tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on rosin; $i
fi M on lumber; $9@ld TH on timber. To Bos?
ton, by sail, Vc fi lb on upland cotton! To Prov!
dence, $8 fi M on boards, ?*c fi ft on cotton. Tc
Philadelphia, by steam, unsettled and nominal
by sail, $6@7 fi M on boards; $9 on timber; $3 fl
ton on clay, and $3 60@4 on phosphates. To Bal?
timore, by "'earn, V<S Ve fi Ms; by sail, $6@7 fi M
on boards; $3 50@4 fi ton on phosphate rock.
Vessels are in demand by our merchants to take
lumber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darien
and Satllla River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and $11@12 fi M are rates on
lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 141 a for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at X discount; 5
days Ji discount; 10 days 1 per cent discount; 15
days IV off; 20 days IV; 30 days 2 off. They are
selling sight checks at par.
GOLD.-Tlie brokers were yesterday buying nt
31 and selling at 33.
Market* Hy Telegraph.
LONDON, October 7 - Noon. - Consols, 93*i.
Bonds, 84s'- Common Rosin, 5s. 7d.a6s. Su?
gar on the spot dull ; afloat quiet.
LIVERPOOL, October 7-Noon.-Cotton dull;
kiplands, 12 vd; Orleans, 12 vd; sales, 8000 bales.
Evening.-Cot ton unchanged ; sales, 8000 bales,
of which 2000 bales were for export and specu?
NEW Y'OBK, Oetober 7-Noon.-Stocks opened
weak, but became armer with an upward ten?
dency. Money easy at 6a7. Sterling, long, 9 v ;
short, 9V? Gold, 31X. '62's, U)i ; Tennessees, ex
coupon, 62; new, 53V; Virginias, ex-coupon, 51;
new, 52V; Louisianas, old, 79; new, 66 asked;
Levees, 64V; 8's, 83; Alabama 8's, 91V; Georgia
6's, 83J?; 7's, 91; North Carolinas, old, 48.V; new,
41 j?; South Carolinas, new, 64v. Flour a shade
Armer. Wheat lc better. Corn very firm. Mess
pork dull at $30 75, Turpentine Arm at 45va46c
Rosin steady; strained, $2 25a2 30. Freights
Evening.-Cotton heavy; sales 2700 bales at
27A?C Flour a shade firmer; on low grades more
doing. Wheat la2c. better, but less doing. Corn
lutte firm for sound. Hess pork $31. Lard quiet
it I8ai8'ic. Whiskey firmer at $1 leal 20, clos
ng dall. Rice firm. Sugar unsettled. Coffee
Inn. Molasses duli. Naval stores firm. Freights
loll. Governments closed steady. '62's, 20V; I
Southerns steady. Money easy at 6a7. Sterling,
>V- Gold, 31 v
BALTIMORE, October 7.-Cotton nominally 27 vc.
Flour duU and weak; Howard street superfine* J
$5 75ac 25. Wheat firm; receipts light; prime, J
ll 46al 65. Corn dull and a small business doing. |
Oats steady. Rye dull. Mess pork, $33. Bacon g
Inn; shoulder*, 17vc Lard dull and heavy at s
IDaaoc. Whiskey doll at $120al 21. *
LOUISVILLE, October 7.-Provisions fina. Mess
jork, $32. Bacon, shoulders, 17c; clear sides,
?0J?C Lard, 19c Whiskey, $l 16.
WILMINGTON, October 7.-Spirits turpentine
>etter at 42a42!,c Rosin steady at $1 60al
Trude turpentine dull and unchanged. Tar
?teady at $2 50. Cotton a shade better; low mia?
A VG CST A, October 7.-Thc cotton market open
id steady at 25c. for middling, but closed dull at
24 vc; sales, 350 bales; receipts, 580 bale.?.
SAVANNAH, October 7.-Cotton receipts, 2072
Dales; exports, 1590 bales; sales, 300 bales; mar?
ket dull; middling, 25.
MOBILE, October 7.-Cotton demand moderate;
closed steady; sales, 1250 bales, 500 bales of which
were after the close yesterday; middling, 24,'?C.;
receipts, 1093 bales; exports, 3559 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, October 7.-Cotton active and
armer at 25'4'a25>,'c.; sales, 3500 bales; receipts,
?410 bales; exports to Havre, 5716 bales. Sugar
lower at I2'4al4c Molasses, 65c Gold, 30V
Sterling, io)i. New York sight exchange V dis?
Manchester Cotton Goods Market.
MANCHESTER, September 21.-Our market for
fania has been very flat to-day, with scarcely I
anything doing. lu shipping yarns, to make
sales to any extent, considerably lower prices
would have to be taken. This branch of the mar?
ket closes very tamely. In home trade yarns also
there ls very little business practicable, and prices
are In favor of the buyer. At the same time there
ls no eagerness to press sales on the part of pro?
ducers. In cloths a moderate business has been
done since last Tuesday in the class of goods suit?
able to India, and especially In 39-inch shirtings,
and stocks have been a good deal lightened; but
these sales have only been effected at a reduction
In price, and a decline has been gradually taking
place from day to day. The prices of all descrip?
tions of goods are quoted decidedly lower to-day,
in? ?? ?s usual under such circumstances, in a flat
market, values are exceedingly uncertain and ir?
regular. At the same time there is less Inquiry
on the part of buyers. The feeling of depression
ls general, and we hear of but few sales having
been effected up to a late hour this afternoon.
There seems to be no doubt whatever that a very
mater!?' curtailment of oroducUon has taken
place, and that the tendency among the
larger manufacturers ls still further to limit
the production of goods. Very marked
results may be expected from this course
If steadily pursued. The machinery of this
district, which in 1860 was supposed to con?
sume about 48,000 or 60,000 bales of cotton per
week, has increased so as to require a least 60,000
bales, while thc supply of cotton ts less than it
was in 18C0. Either spindles and looms most
therefore be stopped, or moro cotton must be ob?
tained. No amount of demand will better us, so
long as these conditions remain. Any Increase
of price arising from briskness of demand would
go Into the pocket of the cotton grower, not that
of thc manufacturer. Thc demand appears to
have kept pace for the past seven months with
the production, but the value of cotton more than
keeps pace with Hie price of manufactures, and
hence a profitless business . and geucral disap?
SEPTEMBER 22.-The market has no strength of
its own, but ls Influenced by the Liverpool cotton
sales. To-day the sales arc a little larger and
prices a trifle stronger, and In yarn and cloth sel?
lers trim their sails accordingly, ami the market
ls more cheerful. Very little business, however,
has been done, though sellers are more willing to
sell at yesterday's lower rates.
WILMINGTOM, October 6.-TURPENTINE-Sales
of 90 bMs at $2 50 for virgin and yellow dip, and
$1 50 for hard, per 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTIE-Sales to-day of 150 bola at
41c per gallon, market closing steady.
ROSIN-Sales of 660 bbls at $1 65 for good
strained, $1 80 for No 2, and $2 60 for low No 1.
TAR-32 bbls sold at $2 60 per bbl.
COTTON-Sales of 162 bales at 24 V, 24Va25c for
HAY-216 bales Eastern sold from wharf at $1
12V per 160 lbs.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, fl yard
Bundee. 30 fe) 45
Gnnny Cloth.'. 25 fe) 28
BALE ROPE, ft lb
Western. 8 <@ 12 V
Jute. 6 fe> 8
COTTON, fl rb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 23V? 24V
Low middling. 25 fe)
Middling to strict middling... 25'4<a 25V
Good middling. (aa
Sea Island. 50 (a) SKI
COFFEE, fi lb
RIO. 20 (ai 26
Laguayra. 28 fe)
Java. 35 fe) 40
Carolina Fertilizer, fl 2000 lbs. 60 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer.....60 00 fe). ..
Double Refined Poudrette..... 30 00 fe)
Niles'Phosphate. 63 00 6?
Peru vino Guano, v. ?40 ros... 106 00 fe)
racine ?nano, fl 2000 its.65 00 fe}
Phoenix Guano. 66 OQ fe>
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 tbs 60 00 fe) -
Rhodes.' Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs 65 00 fe)
Rhodes' standard Manure ($65
time). 57 50 <?
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 36 00 (nt
Land Plaster. 24 50 fe)
Manes' Super Phos. f> 2000 lbs. 65 00 tai
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 fe)
Woolston's Vege'or, fl 2000 lbs 65 00 fe)
Croasdale's Gen. Sun.Phos.net 60 00 fe)
Bowers' Complete Manure, neU40 00 fe)
gardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 fe)
Saltly 'a Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 fe)
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 fe)
E. Frank Co's Phosphate. 65 00 fe)
FLOUR, fl bbl
Super. 7 25 fe) 7 50
Northern and Western Extra. 7 75 fe) 8 00
Baltimore Extra. fe>
Southern-Super. 7 25 fe) 7 50
Extra. 8 00 fe\
Family. 9 00 fe) ll 00
GRAIN, fl bnshel
Maryland Oats. fe)
Western Oats. fe)
Corn. 1 35 fe) 1 60
HAY, fl cwt
North River. 95 fe) 1 00
LUMBER, fl M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 <a 55 00
White Pine, good run.38 00 Cn? 40 00
Yellow line. 20 00 fe) 24 00
Boards, rough. 14 00 fe) 15 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 fe) 32 00
MOLASSES, fl gallon
Sugar-house. 60 fe) 1 00
New Orleans. @
NAVAL STOKES, fi bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 50 #
Rosin, No. 1 ....*..... 2 75 fe) 3 50
Rosin, No. 2.,. 1 80 (A 1 95
Rosin, No. 3. 1 76 fe)
Spirits Turpentine, fl gallon.. 39 fe) 40
Oakum, fl lb. 16 fe)
NAILS-American 4@20<L, fi keg 5 50 fe) 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 70 fe)
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6 60 fe)
Dupont's, Blasting. 4 25 fe)
PROVISIONS, fl lb
Bacon, Hams. fe)
Sides. 22 w ..
Shoulders. is (a)
Strips. 22 fe)
Lard, in keg. 22 fe) 23
Butter. 30 fe) 45
Cheese. 15 fe) 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. fe)
RICE, ft n-Carolina. fe?
East India. fe)
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 2 15 fe) 2 25
Liverpool, fine. fe)
SUGAR, fi lb-Raw. fe)
Porto Rico. fe)
Muscovado. fe) .
Compar?t i ve Exports of Cot ton and Rice
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1 to October 7, 1800.
S. I.iUp'd. I Rice
Other Br. Ports I.
Jther Fr. Ports
S". of Europe..
Tot'l N. Europe
5. of Europe..
SV. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Torts..,1
?oston. 215 .1. 389 .
s'ew York. 105 15819? 200 27 : 6194 499
'blladelphla. 186?i 15.1 4is| 23
lait. A Nr'folk . 2175 21 . 1239 C5
)th. U. S. Ports.
"Ot'l Cse Ports 106 20075 236 27 8240 587
Grand Total. 10&I 21404 236 27 8327 587
Itocks of Cotton In thc Interior Towns
not Included In thc Receipts.
augusta & Hamburg.October 1
EXPORTS FOR THE WEEK.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Vinco-1339 bales
upland cotton, 33? bbls rosin, C4 tons phosphate.
A PORT IN GREAT BRITAIN-Per British brig
Courier-1828 bbls naval stores.
BUATAN, HON-Per sehr Florence \ Turner-10,
000 feet lumber, 70 bales and cases mdse.
BOSTON-Per sehr Anna E Glover-145 bales up?
land cotton, 078 bbls naval stores, 7 bales Dundee
bagging, 1 lot bedding and furniture, 20,000 feet
lumber, and sundries. "1 .s
ROCKPORT, ME-Per sehr Dexter V\ashburne
170,055 feet Lumber. "", ,
NEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-SG3 bales
upland cotton, 22 bags sea island cotton, 59 bales
domestics, 12 casks clay, 27 bbls dried fruit, 1?
bundles paper, 35 packages....Per steamship
Charleston-1169 bales upland cotton, 24 bbls
rosin, 31 casks clav, 54 bales domestics, 20 pack?
ages sundries.".Per steamship Champion-l.
bags sea island cotton, 1848 bales upland cotton,
10 packages, so empty barrels.
503 bales upland cotton, 15 tierces rice. 54 bales
domestics, 1C2 bbls rosin, 100 bags coconnuts, 3
sacks cotton seed, 10 bales rags, and sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-184 bales
cotton, 20 tierces rice, 39 bales yarn, 10 bales rags,
io bales hides and skins, 11,000 feet boards, and
STOCKHOLM-Per Norwegian bark Juventa-5957
bars and 189 bundles iron, to J E Adgcr 4 co; 3045
bars and 40 bundles iron, 505 bars plough steel, to
Hart & co; 291 bars iron, to J ft T R Agnew; 10 36.
bars iron, 52 bundles Iron, 1265 bars plough steel,
to J M Fredsberg and Bones, Brown & co.
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4,509 bales uplands, from Mobile - bales, from
Savannah 07 bags sea island and - bales up?
land, and from Charleston 149 bags sea island and
19 bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Exports of Itit i-, Naval Store? and Lam?
ber from the Port ot Charleston, from
September 1 to October 7,1869._
?AVAL; j_L'MBER. feg? LCXBI
STOR'S jSTOR S |
Oth'r U S P'rts
St John's, NB.
RAILROAD RECEIPTS, OCTOBER 7.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
796 bales cottton, 30 bales domestics, 230 bbls
nour, loo sacks flour, 565 bushels corn, 2 cars
stock. To Railroad Agent, J R Pringle. Mowry 4
co, Graeser A Smith. W C Courtney k co, Wardlaw
4 Carew, Caldwell * Son, W K Ryan, Kirkpatrick
A Witte, Wagner. Stewart k co. Telzer, Rodgers
k co, Dowling 4 co, G H Walter w co, A J Salinas,
Reeder A Davis, Frost 4 Adger, W W Smith, A B
Mulligan, Wiss 4 co, Johnston, Crews 4 co. Bul
winkle 4 co, Campten 4 co, Tideman 4 co, and
Knobeloch 4 Small.
304 'jales upland cutton, 3 bales sea island cot?
on 30 bbls naval stores, 205 Kegs nails, boxes to
lacco, 20 bushels rice, mdse, Ac. To J E Adger A
:o. Kinsman A Howell, Claghorn, Herring A co,
Kendall A Dockery, L Cohen A co, Frost A Adger,
3 W Williams A co, Mantoue A co. Nachmann A
'o, J A Quackenbush, Gaillard A Mlnott, A J Sa
Inas, (I H Walter A co, Heeder A Davis, Graeser
t Smith, JUE Sloan, Mrs Albright, F L Meyer, W
K Ryan, Mowry A co, Kirkpatrick A Witte, W K
[tyan, Caldwell A Sons, Brodie A co, w Gurney, J
Dawson, W P Dowling A co, J L Webb, G Fo?lln,
Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Association, Pe?
ser, Rodgers A co, F W Emanuel, Ingraham A
ion, Ravenel A co, ami Nrder.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
Cotton, rough rice, and mdse. To \V C Dec A
:o, \V C Courtney A co. Wagner, Stuart A co, A J
Salinas, R Fishburne, Fraser A Dill, J R Pringle A
Son, Wagner, Huger A co, H Klatte A co, J Wiley
t co, and G H Walter A co.
I' O KT C AL EX D A It .
Sew Moon, 5th, 9 hours, 0 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th, 4 hours, 42 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 20th, 8 hours, 37 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 28th, 3 hours, 14 minutes, morning.
I 6.. 1
! 6.. 2
lt. * S.
M A RT XE XE WS.
CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 8.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
phia-left - Inst. Mdse. To Jno A Theo Getty,
and others. (Consignees previously reported.)
Norwegian bark Juventa, Wright, Stockholm
03 days. Iron. To J M Fredsburg, J E Adger A
co, Hart A co, J A T R Agnew, and Bones, Brown
Merchants' Line brig Mary M Francis, Francis,
New York-5 days. Mdse. To W Roach A co, J E
Adger A co, Adams, Damon A co, J Apple, Pal?
metto Pioneer Co-operative Association, H Bis?
choff A co, A Bischoff, Herbussee A Burkemyer,
W M Bird & co, T W Bliss, Dr H Baer, J Campeen
A co, W H Chafee A co, H Cobla A co, E R Cowper
twalt, Cameron, Barkley A co, W S Corwin A co,
Dowie A Moise, J B Duval A Son, H A Due, Dou?
glass A Miller, Goodrich, Wincman A co. U Gerdts
A co, P L Guillcmin, C Graveley, J Gorham, Hart
A co, J Heeseman A Bro, G S Hacker, J Uurkamp
A co, W c Hunes A co, Jenniugs, Thomllnson A
co, T J Kerr & co, U Klatte A co, C Kerrison, G J
Lunn, M Lubrs, D Lopez A Son, Lcngnlck A Sell,
R Lawless, C Lillenthal, McDuff Cohen, Muller,
Nimitz A co, R Mure A co, W A Mehrtens, Osten?
dorff A co, J C Ojemann, J F O'Neill A Son, Lall
road Agent, C C Plnckncy, Jr, Rlecke A Schachte,
Ravenel A Holmes, W P Russell A co. D H Silcox,
Stenhouse A co, W Shepherd, W Steele, H Stender,
F von Santen, J Small A co. A Tobias' Sons, Tele?
graph co, M Triest, W L Webb, Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, J N M Wohltmann, Werner A Ducker, J
W Williams A co, W G Whllden A" co, J II Wurh
manu, W J Yates, ? S Quartermaster, and T M
Sehr Wenonah. Mitchell, Baltimore-3 days.
Corn and mdse. To Rislev A Creighton, S R Mar?
shall, Mordecai A co, H Bulwlnkle A co, R M But?
ler, J Catnpscn A co, Wagener A Monsees, Chichis
A Witto, W II Chafee A co, Goodrich, Wlneman A
co, and J H Wurhmann.
Sehr Grace Girdler, Smith, Boston-7 days. Salt
and mdse. To M Goldsmith A Son, Knobeloch A
small, Ostendorff A co, R White, A Langer. C D
Kenrick, D li Silcox, anti Order.
Sehr Tilomas Booz, Somers, Philadelphia-67
hours. Coal. To H F Baker A co.
Steamer Pilot Bov, Peck, from Savannah, via
Beaufort and Hilton Head. 60 bales sea island cot?
ton, 2 bales upland cotton, mdse and sundries.
To J D Aiken A co, A McD Wragg, Dr P M Cohen,
W B Williams A son, W M Lawton, W Gurney, T
D Clancy A co. Reeder A Davis, P W Bellinger, J
F Matthcwes, Mrs D F Huger, W B Heriot, Hop?
kins, McPherson A Co, Ravenel A co, W C Bee A
co, W M Bird A co, Southern Express Company,
Vincent A Brown, W Kressel, Dr St J Ravenel,
and C H Glidden.
Boat from Christ Church. 0 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Gaillard A Mlnott.
Boat rrom Christ Church. 2 bags sea Island
cotton. To W Gurney.
Boat from Christ Church. 5 bags sea Island
cotton. To Roper A Stoney.
Received front Chlsolm's Mill-2 bags sea island
cotton. To Chlsolm Bros.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York.
Sehr F V Turner, Graves, Rtiatan, Hon.
FROM THIS PORT.
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, Boston, Octo?
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Gorilla, Say, at Liverpool, September 20.
The Apollo, Jorgensen, at Liverpool, Septem?
i!H0 tnein i novorcnuv. Clark, at Boston, Octo?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig C V Williams, Thompson, at New York, Oc?
NEW YORK, October 7.-Arrived, steamships
Fairbanks, Hammonla and Bremen.
SAVANNAH, October 7.-Arrived, ship Thompson.
Bath, Me; hark Sitian Star, Providence; schrs
Frank Herbert, New York; J II Franklin, Philadel?
phia; Mary W Hopper, New York. Cleared, steam?
ship Herman Livingston and burk Lamplighter,
Thc sehr Jonathan May, Nell, which sailed from
this port for Baltimore on Monday last, returned
yesterday, having experienced Heavy northeast
Sehr Jessie L Leach, Childs, from New York for
Charleston, before reported ashore at Cape Henry,
and which It was thought would be a total loss,
has been got off by Messrs Baker, and was taken
to Norfolk yesterday (4th) morning.
The brig Monica, for this port, was loading at
Belfast, Me, September 30.
LIST OF SHIPPING
IN THE TORT OF CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 7.
Vessels under 100 tona, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adder's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
Flag, 637 tor s. Leonard, al Adger's wharf, for New
York, loadiiiK-Jumes Adner A co.
J W Everman, 091 tons, Hinckley, at Ai lani lc
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-John A Theo
Vinco (Br), 438 tons, Halliday, in the Stream, for
Liverpool, ready-Henry ('?nil.
Annie Torrey, 781 tons, Libby, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loadinir- W Roach .V co.
Cornucopia dlr), 2io tons. Carter, at Marshall's
wharf, for a Port in Great Britain, loading
It .Mure A co.
Dalkeith (Br), S4S tons, Langwill, at Kerr's wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging-It Mure A co.
Juventa (Nor), - tons. Wright, at Boyce A co's
wharf, from Stockholm, discharging-J M
Bella Dolores (Span), 190 tons, Duran, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Lady Perle (Br), 350 tons, Patterson, at Palmetto
wharf, from Salt River, Jam, waiting-J A
Enslow A co.
A Bradshaw, 245 tons, In Ashley River, for West
Indies, loading-J A Enslow A co.
J B Kirby, 343 tons, Bernard, nt Adder's wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-W Roach A. co.
Cyclone, 222 tons, Friable, at Central wharf, for
New York, waiting-W Roach A co.
Susie J Strout, 190 tons, Hammond, at Palmetto
wharf, from Norfolk, Va, to be repaired-J A
Enslow A co.
Mary M Francis, - fons, Francis, at Adger's
wharf, from New York, discharging-W Roach
Adelaide, - tons, Wilson, at Union wharf, from
Boston, discharging-W Roach A co.
Dexter Wnshburne, 279 tons. Munro, In Ashley
River, for Rockport, Mc, ready-Olney A co. "
Tliomas Mlscomniltis, no tons, Wyatt, at Ben?
nett's wharf, repairing-J A Enslow A co.
J II Stickney, 274 tons, Fooks, m Ashley River, for
New York, loading-Risley A Creighton.
Petrel, loo tous, shanks, at Palmetto wharf, from
Baltimore, to be repaired-J A Enslow A co.
Francisco, 93 tons, Crowther, In the Stream, for
Baltimore, loading-Street Bros A cv*.
Conservative. 293 tons, Kempton, In Ashley River,
for New York, loading-W Roach A co.
Zeta-Psl, 234 tons, Thompson, at Union wharf,
from Boston, walting-J A Enslow A co.
D Talbot, 283 tons, Amsbury, nt Central wharf.
from Rockport, Me, waiting-J A Enslow
A P Cranmer, 304 tons, Cranmer, at Kerr's wharf,
from New York, dlscliniginc-Master.
T T Tasker, - tons, at Gas Company's wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
Althea, 241 tons, Smith, at Central wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A co.
J S Clarke. 245 tons, Clarke, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-II F Baker A
S E Woodbury, - tons, Woodbury, a: Atlantic
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-Willis A
Ridgewood,- tons, Derricksen, in Ashley River,
from New York, discharging-Master.
W B Thomas, 272 tons, Uinsmore, at Central
wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging-II F
Baker A co.
Thomas Booz, 310 tons, Somers, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
Jonathan May, 326 tons, Nell, in tl:c Stream, for
Baltimore, ready-H F Baker A co.
Grace Grldler, - tons, Smith, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Boston.dlscharging-M Goldsmith
Anna E Glover, 298 tons, Terry, in ihe Stream, for
Boston, ready-M Goldsmith A Son.
Wenonah, - tons, Mitchell, at Kerr s wharf, from
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, via
Beaufort and Hilton Head-T J McCoy, DW Davis,
H A Hale and wife. Captain Lenington, Mrs Arm?
strong and son, Miss Shepherd, A MeO Wragg, F
K Howard, Master Hey ward, J E Fripp, Master
Rhett, J E Heriot, R G Holmes, C O Barnwell, and
13 on deck.
J! OR HAVRE DIRECT.
Thc splendid New Al American Clipper ix*
Brig MA RY M. FRANCIS, Francis master.SfflK
(Woo hales capacity,) is now ready to receive
freight, and be despatched forthwith.
For Engagements, apply to
oct8 WILLIAM ROACH k CO.
ANTED, 450 TO 500 BALES COTTON
TO FILL UP.
FOR LIVERPOOL DIRECT.
The new A 1 American Bark ANNIE TOR
REY, Lebby master, having two-thirds car_
go nearly on board, is now rapidly tilling up. \
For engagements of above, apply to
OCt7 WILLIAM ROACH k CO,
O Jt HAVRE
The fast sa'llng British Bark JOHN
BRIGHT, J. W. McMullen Master, classes;_
3-3ds 1.1. French Veritas, will be ready to receive
cargo this week, and being of small capacity
will have quick dispatch.
For Freight engagements, apply to
RISLEY A CREIGHTON,
oct5 Accommodation Wharf.
JgXCURSIONS ! EXCURSIONS !
The line fast sailing Y'acht ELLA ANNA.^jjA
the Champion of the South, is now readySaSS?
and prepared to make regular trips, thus atrord
ing an opportunity to all who may wish to visit
points of interest In our beautiful harbor.
For passage, apply to the Captain on Union
?piOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
The Steamship J. W" EVERMAN,
Captain J. N. Hinckley, will leave North^LB?K
Atlantic Wharf ou SATURDAY, oth Instant, at Ba,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J. A T. GETTY,
octS North Atlantic wharf.
-pOR NEW YORK.
The steamship MANHATTAN, M. 8. ^"rgEfV
Woodhull Commander, -.viii leave Ad- ^JUS?Btk
ger's Wharf for the above port on SATURDAY, the
9th instant, at - o'clock.
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
oct" 3 JAMES AOGER A C?., Agents.
jp O R NEW YORK.
The Steamship FLAG, Leonard Com- if&*?f
mander, having a portion of her cargo SMH.
engaged, will be dispatched for thc above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
oct7 JAMES A DO ER A CO., Agents.
rpRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In thelr^^,5B?.
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, ^-fflffiMiT
dials. Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned Soups
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segars.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York._'_sept28 emos
JpACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THRCUOU LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
CHANGE OF SAILING DAY'S.
Steamers of the above line leave Pler^rfjgeav
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal '-rirw"-i,
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 1st, nth and
21st of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of 1st and 2lst connect at Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. Those of 1st touch at Manzanillo.
Departure of 11th of each month connects with
thc new steam line from Panama to Australia and
Steamship CHINA leaves San Francisco for
China and Japan October 4,1869.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further Information ap
plv at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
Volk. F. R. BABY, Agent.
QUA NGE OF SCHEDULE.
FOR PALATKA FLORIDA.
VIA SAVANNAU, FERNANDINA AND JACKSON?
Tlie Elegant- and First-class - L>>*
Steamer DICTATOR, Captain W. T.??*SL?
McNelty, will sail from Charleston everyTuEs
DAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, for the above points.
Returning, the Steamer will leave Savannah
SUNDAY HOBKINS, at 9 o'clock
Connecting with the Central Railroad at Savan?
nah for Mobile and New Orleans, and with tue
Florida Railroad at Fernandina for Cedar Keys,
at which point steamers connect with New Or?
leans, Mobile, Pensacola, Key West and Havana.
Through Bills Lading signed to New Orleans and
All freight payable on the wharf.
Goods not removed at sunset will be stored at
risk and expense of owners.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.. Agents,
oct4_South Atlantic Wharf.
Y ?~K GEORGETOWN, S. C.
WAVERLY', KEITIIFIELD AND BROOK GREEN
MILLS, TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND.
Thc Steamer FANNIE, Captain C. _ ?rff7a>i>.
C. White, is now receiving freight t?s?sWSS*
at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave on MON
DAY MORNING, the 11th inst., at 6 o'clock.
Returniug, will leave Georgetown on WEDNES?
DAY MORNING, the 13th Inst., at 6 o'clock.
Freight must bc prepaid.
For freight or passage, apply to
THURSTON A HOLMES, Agents.
Adder's North Wharf.
N. B.-The FANNIE will leave again on FRIDAY,
thc 15th inst., nt 6 o'clock A. M. Returning, will
leave Georgetown on MONDAY, thc lsth Inst., ut
6 o'clock A. M. oct8 2
jp OR GARDNER'S BLUFF-,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON PEEDEE
Tlie Light Draft Steamer PLANT- _ .-IT"**,
ER, Captain J. T. Foster, is THISJ^HESQ
DAY receiving Freight at Accommodation NVharT,
and will leave with dispatch.
Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL A HOLMES, Agents,
No. 177 East Bav.
N. B.-All Freight consigned to Agents will be
forwarded free ol Storage and Commission.
JP O Ii S A V A N NAH.
INLAND ROUTE VIA BEA CFO RT AND HILTON
HEAD, TOUCHING AT SEABROOK'S.
Thc steamer "PILOT BOY'," Cap-_ ?.?T""?^
tain Fenn Peck, will leave Middle?^?ft?Eu
Atlantic Wharf every MONDAY MORNING, at ?
o'clock, for above points.
Returning, will leave Savannah on WEDNESDAY
MORNING, at 8 o'clock. All freight payable on the
wharf. J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
sept23_South Atlantic Wharf.
ROCKVILLE, OHISOLM'S AND BEAUFORT.
Thc steamer "PILOT BOY," Cap- " -rlT^w
tain Fenn Peck, will leave Middle .?j?^jjgl^
Atlantic Wharf for above points every TO CISDAY
MORNING, at s o'clock, until further notice.
Returning, will leave Beaufort at 6 o'clock FRI?
DAY MORNINO, and Edlsto 2 o'clock P. M. same
All Jreight payable on the wharf.
J. ?. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
sept23 South Atlantic Wharf.
O L M E S & M A C B E T n ,
No. 3 6 BROAD STREET,
Charleston, S. C.,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS.
Will attend to Renting and Collecting of Rents
and purchase and sale of Slocks, Bonds, Gold,
Silver and Real Estate.
To the Purchase of Goods and Supplies for par?
ties In the country upon reasonable terms.
GEORGE L. HOLMES.ALEXANDER MACBETH.
IL LIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WiU attend to the Purchase, Salo and Shipment
(to Foreign and Domestic Porta) of COTTOy,
RICE, LIMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARP, charleston, S. C.
E. Wimp.A. R. CHISOLM.
LIST OF LETTER* remaining in the Postofflco
it Charleston, for thc week ending October 7,
1869, and printed officially in THE DAILY NEWS,
IS thc ncwspapc. .aving the largest circulation^
n the''ity of Charleston.
OS- Persona calling for Letters Advertised;
ill oui d state that they are ..Advertised."
AS" Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On
sundays, from 5 to 6 P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster. .
Allston, Miss jefferson, Mrs HjRoyal. Miss La
Mltty Kimmy, Mrs ! vinia
Barns, Miss Sal- Eliza Robertson, Miss
lie Kennedy, Mrs | C M
Bee. Miss Mary ? Mary Robinson, Miss
A I Kramer, Mr" II j Rachel
Beadon, Mrs L ;Lee, Mrs Eliza- Robbins, Mrs
Blake, Miss Kit-| beth A I Anthony
Hann Lazell, Miss Sa-.Robertson, Mrs
Bolton, Mrs M rah ?AM
Boen, Mrs Milly ?Liudenhall,Pau- Riley, MrsAlmi
Beungust, Mrs : Une ra
Caroline Lewis, Mrs An- Rllcv.MIss Mary
Brooks, Mrs S | nie E * I Elizabeth
Brothers, Miss iLaRoche, Mrs El Robinson, Miss
E Larmar. Mrs Ju-, Rachel
Broughton, Mrs! lia Rampanx, Mary
Jane !Lopey, Mrs Phil- Sevmour. Mrs
Butler, Betsy i lips | W W
Butler, Mrs Em-Luchens, Mrs Sawyer, Miss
ma Met ha Sarah
Buggs, Mrs iMUIer, Miss Bet- Sarvis, Mrs
Laura I sey Mary
Bush, Miss Anna Miller, Maria Steele, Mrs Fan
Canty, Mrs Rich filler, Mrs El-, nie
Canolt, Mrs Z | len Steads, Mrs
Cantwell, Mrs E Mav, Mrs Ann , Ella
Carpenter, Miss Mazyck, Miss M'stafford, Mrs C
AR C [Seabrook. Mrs
Campbell, Miss Mehrtens, Mrs < Chams
E I Julia Seaforth, Miss
Chenelle, Mrs E Morav, Miss Caroliuc -,
Chalmers, Miss j An?ey Sanders. Mis?
Ann ?Mehrtens, Su- : CaroUne
Cordrov, Miss I liane Scott, Mrs Lau
Julia Micheal, Mrs | ra
Cosgrove, Miss ! Mav scott, Caroline
Kate Mills," Mrs F Seamore, Mrs
Cobla, Miss M J McGuire, Mrs Shrewbury.Mlss
Cooper, Mrs C John ' A
Dernity, Mrs Magrath, Mrs J chaffer, Mrs T
DeMacomb. Mrs L V
DuYeaux, Mrs Minis, Mrs LeyaiSheapeard, Miss
Aunie 'Middleton, Mrs, G
Denny, Mrs A Smoke, Miss M
John ! Mitchell. Mrs A| R
Dunmore, Mrs Marshall, Mrs M Smilllng, Mrs
Eve I 8 Nancy
Earle Miss M H Munzenmier, Smith, Miss
Foulling, MrjB WI Miss C Patty
N Mun av. Miss Smith, Miss Car
Farabec, Miss J Sarah A ollne
Fanning, Miss Muller, Mrs Ma- Trout, Miss Sal
Margaret I ria ! He A
Fitzirearled, Murphy, M M FTooby, Miss
Miss Fanuey I M I Emma
Fitzgearled. MeDurmid, Miss Thompson, Mrs
Miss Margaret i M ICR
Foster, Mrs Su- Mccord, Miss Thomas, Mrs
san I Louisa ! Amelia
Fortune, Mrs B 'Norla, Mrs Re- ?Thyne, Miss M
Prender, Mrs 1 becca Tennett, Mrs R
Charles Nesbit, Mrs ?Taylor,
Fuller, MrsRose-l Mary 'Torley, Mrs Em
anna Polntell, Miss Ml ma
Gartner, Miss E (Trout, Miss S A
Sarah ?Purcell, Mrs ?Terpln, Mrs El
Grant, Mrs An- ; Bridget ! len
nett 'Prince, Mrs E B Thomas, Misa
Goft. Miss Mary Pohle, Mrs C L Mary
M 'Polite, Mrs Pol-!Vantlne, Miss
Hard. Mrs BC I lyann | Annie
Havwood, Mrs S Phillips, MrsAb-|Ward, Mrs E B
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Balken, J II Gibbs, Charles Nagel, Adorf
Barlow, Miele Gifford, J J Nelson, J G
Bunios, Robert Gleasson, Den- 'Nights, AS
Behrens, H nis F o'Roy, Charles
Blacksman, J K Glover, Geo Owens, C J
Boland, Patrick Glover, T 'Paddelford, Mr
Boastelc, Frank Glover, John Paul, Joseph M
Boyle, RF iGordon, Plant-Parker, Joe
Brune. Francis : er, John ; Pas?allaigue, E
Brown, Wm Godwin, Geo M
Brown, Joe Goner, E Perktns, Bobin
Brown, Julius .Green, Joseph i Pep per, P M
P Green, Chas B Pluckney.Adam
Bryan, Wm Green, Sam'l 'Powell, Drayton
Penn Green, Casar 'Poiteous, John
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Bruckerhoff, Greener, Isaac iPolnclgnon, E
Weston Gregory, Oliver Read, BcnJ W
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Henry Ham, W A Rieh, Charles
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Buruys, Adam Harrison, Mr Rivers, Jack
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Butler, Johnny | Abram ?Robertson,
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bert ?Murowen, J H M
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