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The Charleston Stock and Bond Market.
MAJUCJST TtxtdTOJ TOT STOCKS, BONIXUAXJ> QTBXL
ncTmrrrjg CAIXXP AT rar CHABLSSTO.V STOCK
BOA?D, PO& THE WKBK KKDTJ.'O OCT. 27, 1870.
1 fPjtbushed officially Oy authority of Stock Board.]
?. - ? i. . ASKBD. Brn.
s. Somth e rn Bank Bills.
"Bank of Camden.....:\ 35
Bank of Chester..... ..' 10
Bank of Georgetown_-. .. 06
Bank of Hamborg. 05
Bank of Sonttr Carolina. 10
Bank of Stat? cf Sooth* Carolina,
prior ta U&U~..."<..;.......-i. . 60 ? so
Bank of Statte of South. Carolina, :
after lar January, 1861.. 46 38%
Commercial Bank. Colombia.. 06
Exchange Bank, Colombia. 05
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Charleston............... 04 03
Merchants' Bani; Cheraw. 06
Planters' Bank, Fairfield...-.-.;..':'... .. 06 ,
State Bank, Charleston. 07
% i?M . v Skate Securities.
State 5CbdS,0?. - 60 00
,State Bonur. Jeane of 1867......... : es 0 J
.State Bonds, i> inn ding bank notes .. 66 00
State Bonds, foy conversion of se
'??BinjlO .. ? 00
State S?OciSriew. ... 66 00 |
' j Hal) mail Securities.
S. C.- Railroad ard Sank Stock. 39 50
S-C.'Railroad Stock:. ^T
B.C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.. 62 00 ... T
ac Railroad. Sevens Per Cent. sj
Bondw......*.-'.^.woo ..* .
Kortheaasern Railroad Stock (capi
7*)^,,,.;. ~,.. M MM?.woo
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
, ftrred... nominal
Koixheastern ' Rallroas- First Mort?
gage Bonds, ft Per Cent..... 87 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort
. jraga?onua,. 8-.ver cene. nommai
Northeastern Railroad Certificates
>f indebtedness. nominal
. Savannah and Charleston Railroad
. . ??CCk. 33 60
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds, nominal.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
(?SePer cent. State ?naranteed
73oods..w-., .;.;.v.. nominal
Charleston ?nd Savannah Railroad
..Ar Per Cent.- State rn aran teed
Mrfji'iiTl'" . 5900
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
. Cac stocks...I2i
Gr-denville and Columbia Railroad
t- 7--PCT' Cent. ' State guaranteed '
Sendai. ?0 00
Greenville Snd Co'nmbla Railroad , ?
? Per Cent First Mortgage Bonds nominal
Greenville, and Columbia Railroad
7 Percent. 'Second Mortgage ^ ,
Bonds;.:.. 3700 '
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
J Per Oehc^ifftincates of Indent- - -
Cheraw and -Bar?ngtoa Railroad - .
Cheraw and- Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. nominal
Cheraw ,aad, Darlington Railroad
Certificates of Indebteuness...... nominal
Charlotte, Columbia and Angosta
?aUroad,St*^*...?v?-& 40f? " . il
c??u)tte, Columbia and Augusta ., Xl
.RailroadFirs: Mortgage Bonds... 8400
gpartanburg and Fnfon Railroad
Btale guaranteed Bonds. 53 00 46 co
Brae Ridge EaUroad First Mortgage
m?ff j----. nommai
Gt^Biilway Stock... 62 00- 6100
ats of Charleston Six Par Cent.
jBfffln ir.JT^.-^..... 60 00 49 00
Cjff?jy^artestcn Fir? Loan 7 Per ^ ^
C?hj^CplAmbia'Vi'?-* Cen? Boiids,'
CpyoX 'Columbi a* 7 Per Cc ot. Bonds! nominal
Bat* , Bask Stock;
irttj^aUonal Bank of ??arjest?n
B^^??dba?Bant Stock.".".'.'.'.107 00 104 00
SOutt Carolina _ Lean and Trust
PeojJleVrisnk's^'k'.'.'.V.'.^ 500 475
Planters' and Mechanics' ? Bank
1tot?c..?~*~?. . nominal
Bsak of Charleston Stock-. .. 2100
Carolina Natl on al Bank Stock...... . nominal
BaW^^^^^wck\. .... "v nominal
SH ?Ueellancoas Securities.
Grafdmilie- Maaurasturjng Com
,?U?faKjU..n^-.-.. 85 00 ?OOO
Ijmttajt Manufacturing Company . ??
stock........ .v w..P... . ' r nominal
Charleston Gae Company Stock.20 50
? ' '? ' Phosphate Stock. ' -l O'
GharleaCcm, Mining and ?Manu rac- r :
turing Company Stock... 140 00 .. j
' Wanda Mining and Man n?a c turin g
company stock...........- nominal .
Snip vario Add..and Sqperphos.
?pk >0<?npany. Stock. ncmfcwl
MSB?add RTver Milling and Man
BiantOring. Company Stoci.. 7a00 .. '-.
AttaticMiniHg and Manufacturing
Oompany Stock...... 106 00 . ..
Palmetto Mining and Manufactur?
ing. Company Stock. nominal
Chico ra Mining and Manufactur?
ing CGupany Stocic. s. par
Stono Mining, .and Manufactulng
Omnpany Stock.. . 95 00
.otVii^FreoXlat. *'.>.'' ?*
State of Georgia 6 per cont. Bonds,
old... ?442$ ??l ?..\.............. nominal
State oF^Cteoma 7 per ont. Bonds.
*act>.*^?^.CT............T: ' nominal
State of Georgia 7 per cent. Bonds, n ?? *
JW. . nominal./
Cirref Savannah 7 per cent.Bonds, t ,
City of Savannah 7 per cent. Bonds,
City or Angosta 7 per cent. Bonds,
City of Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds, . |
City, of Macon .7 per cent. Bonds.... nominal -
City of Columbus 7 percent-Bonds. nominal
d(y o? Memphis 3 per cent, ponds,
City 01 Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
new. ' nominal
dty?.oi Memphis 0 per cent. Kn
doraed Bonds. nomina;
Memphis and Charleston Railroad, - ,
Stock.......?a*?l?.::.?..1000 ' 850
Memphis-and Charleston Railroad . ' . .
-?per ccKU-FlratMortgaee Bonds 87 00 83 00
Mentptus and Charleston'Railroad
'.pei- centSecond Mortgage Bonds * nominal
dr?otAtlanta 8per cent. Bonds... nominal
Macon and Western Railroad Stock 108 00
OeA^TBaUroad of Georgia Stock.. nominal
Georgia Railroad Stock..... nominal
Macon and Augusta Railroad. 1st
Mortgage 7 per cent. Bonds.. nominal .
Macon and Angosta Railroad lat ? ?
Mortgage 7 percent.Bonds, en- *
Macoo^?i-'Btnnsw?ck Batoo?i?" -t'f^^^:'.
3tate'Endorsed Bonds, 7 per cent, nominal %
Montgomery and West Point Ball,
road ist Mortgage. 8 per cent., -nominal
Sullivan's Island and Mount Pleas
ant Ferry Company Stock. 86 00 82 00
m demand at the rate of I2@l6per
Ei po ru ol Ike Week ending October 26
' ; . DOMESTIC.
BOSTON-Per brig John Freeman-3? 0 tons ph os
peate-rock, 6f t.erees rice, 201 bbls rosin, 400
empty bbls, 1 piano.... .Per (Cte A E Glover-1600
bbls rosin, 140 bbls spirits turpentine, 20 tons iron
90 bafts .ottoBVie tons cotton seed.
NaiWflM-t-Per steamship Charleston-34 bags
. sea island cotton, 1310 bales upland cotton, 123
Heroes rloe? 77 bales yarn, 90 bundles paper, 40
?*ckages.-Per steamship C W Lord-Inward
cargo....tPer steamship Weybosset-952 bales
npland cotton-Per steamship South Carolina
1974 bales cotton, 34 bales domestics, 120 tes rice
and sundries_Per steamship Champion-23 bags
.sea island and 1471 bales npland cotton, 83 tierces
rice, 17 bales rags, 23 rons leather, li bales yarn 62
Jkgs sandrlea, 51 empty barrels..... Per steamship
Ashland-1267 balee upland cotton.....Per steam?
ship Clyde-886 bales upland cotton, 35 casks clay.
....Persciir jennie Rosalind-400 tons phosphate
rock, low? empty carboys... .Per sehr N W Smith
tint ward cargo.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Leopard-166
tea rice, 637 bales cotton, 94 bales yarn. 4 bales
rags, larolls leather, 260 bbls rosin and ?md rles
T .8tej;msmp ABhiand-515 bales upland cot
* ^rtcc- domestics, 185 ?his rosin,
and Bnalriee.....Per scar Jennie F Wiuev-450
tena phosphate rock..... Per sehr G BMcFari^?d
lumber! aU mortars' 8Ttons old iron* ?pea? ftet
BAI?ORE-Per steamship Sea GuU-131 tes
?2&,3t,!^ cotton' 84 toas railroad iron 87
rolls leather, 66 packages sundries '
WILMINGTON, DKL-Per scar S T Baker-3iotons
phosphate rock. riotous
% The Ckorleaton Alarket.
[TOB THE WXXK ENDING OCTOBER 27.]
THB Cjtorr-.-The weather fbr the past week baa
keen warm, free from rain, and highly suitable
* for successful field labor The progress of crop
gathering has been steady and good, and the beet
results may be anticipated from the continuation
of snch'.very favorable atmospheric conditions.
The following is an extract on the crops from the
-sgncnltnrai Beport for October:
The Increase in breadth of cotton was estimated
in Jmy at 12 per cent. Combining the elementa or
acreage pian ted and Ita coodltlOn on the 1st of oc?
tober, the natural expectation, other cirenmstau
ces bei- i g eqnai, would lead to a comparison with
Sastyearas lohows: North Carolina 15 percent
Sont? Cand?na 9; Georgia 6; Florida 9; Alabama'
$j Mississippi io; Louisiana 10; Texas 90; Arran
na 16; Tennessee L This would Sive %.or
ceedlng three and * half minions of bale*, bi
Indications of tte season tuns tar, since O.
1, and the probabilities ot a favorable antun
mauirlng and picking the "top crop," fl
pro?os?catiTa return of the remarkably
awe experience of the past season.. The .m
crop, vigorous In early growth, running to
rather iaan boU, these hurnedjrith drong*,t
dust and subsequently flooded with rain D
t?mber has endured vicissitudes nnfavora
corniced" i^tfumess, as a general sheddl
fOrms and occasional rotting of the bolls a
ThTboll-worm and anny-worm have been at
ta nlaces and rust is moreor less prevalent
AePSn Stotel The opening of the ater
?uau? wcU advanced m most Placet
the last picking promHes to b,e0^nat;T?^
cations.?nstead of pointing to an UOrene
^cmvMolln? comsponaenia are ali
renortinc the?rnin af planters who gro* C
effiivfiy ?d buy alf agricultural supplleb.
THE RECEIPTS.-The supplies at the cotton
for the week up to Friday last were 82.4281
in contrast with 76,704 the week previous,
82,395 for the corresponding Urne last year
New Orleans the arrivals were 24,678 bales, ag
28,719 last year. The total receipts at the o
ports from September l, 1870, up to the latest
dates, were 357,000, against 365,388 the pre
year, showing a decrease of 8388 bales.
The total supplies at the chief Southern cen
from september l, 1870, np to the latest
graphic intelligence, were as follows:
Kew Orleans, October 26.113,889 12
Mobile, October .26.;.89,056 4
Savannah, October 26.136,643 9
Charleston, October 2?.73,632 6
Texas, October 26. 8,647 2
Virginia October 26. 27,028 4
North Carolina October 2?... .18,526 i
The receipts of cotton at the chief Southern
tres from October 2C :o 26,1870,as reported by
egraph, have been as follows. This include:
points hut North Carolina and overland:
Oct 20.4S09.Oct 21.. .5952 V
*Oct22. 590.Oct 24..,.2097 f2j
Oct 25.9478..Oct 26., ..1174 J
Oct20...........1276...Oct2l'.i.; .. *|
Oct 22.IMS.Oct 24... 3087 J- <
Oct 25.......... 286."..Oct26.... 494 J
Oct 20.398S:.Oct 21....3196"I
Oct 22..5825..Oct24... 4673 ) ii
Oct 25...Z64?.Oct 26... 4814J
Oct'30 ..'.2066..Oct 21....10981
Oct22?.2415.Oct 24...1314 VIO
Oct 25.21C4..,.:..0ct 26...'.1727 J
Oct 20.Oct 21."1
Oct 22....."........297.Oct 24... 21? V1
Oct35;...v..'..'.. 4SI...0ct26... 314J.
Oct20.:.'.... .....599.1;"....Oct21.'. 1.-7721
Oct 22.773.Oct 24. .. 683 i 3
The arrivals for the corresponding week
year were 80,048 bales.
The stock or tbe article in sight at_ th<> ai
dateB was as follows: ^T*rT"
STATISTICAL POSITION2-^ ' ^ABW.-'"" ' ll
Stock in Llverpoo*fr....t-rr.T 539,000 43*
Afloat from India_<<'.. 163.000 ISL
Afloat from america. 47,000 33
Stock in London.. 25,762 66^
Afloat for-"London. 35.000 128
Stock m navre. 135.3S0 &s
Afloat fot/laavre.?5T7-V?SBT^' 4L
Stock wiremen.a.'..;-.,. 14.700 v k,
Afloat fffr Bremen.' ...?A J.T
Stock 4n United States ports. 206,371 ITO,
st?ckln the interior towns.... 32,768- ?,
Total.?.i; 1,207,329 1,160L
Excess in visible supply, com- ? 1 ! Qw?
pared with 1869. ?a
Stock of cotton held by Man- H ?.[
chester spinners at the milla 90,0001 sdi
Prlce'Ofmld uplands In Liver- ? -) fi
' pooI,A..S.%a8%d;' }2d
Price-WSmld uplands in New. - - ?. .* r
Price of gotg.. U% 30
I The l?t?w^ntelligence of the Bombay sh
bents was'?^il^ws, by special telegrams fri.
Finlay, Clark'tVijo. V.
X -llEJp^^ 1869.
Gt."Brit. c?nfc--r .Gi^Brit. coi
Exports 1st Oe- ^5
tober to 14th
October, in- --
elusive. 8,000 1,000 1,776 4
! ported.,/T?fO00 148,000 . 908,066 172,5
803,000 149,000 909,842 172,6
Deficit to Great Britain.106,8
Dene 11 to Con Un en t. 28,9
? The receipts at this port for the .week were 2
bags of sea Islands and Floridas and 10,542 bal
of uplands, against 137 bags of sea Islands at
Floridas and, 13,240 bales oL uplands the we?
before, and 389 bags or sea Islands and Florid
and 10,532bales or uplands fur the contrasta
week last year. These supplies have come i
follows, Bay or uplands, per South Carolina Ra
road, 8680 balee; per Northeastern Railroad 113
Savannah and Cnarleston Railroad 224; Sante
300; Christ Cflurch 3; Chisolm's Mill 9; John
Island 4; Edlsto, 28; Beaufort 15; St Andrew's
Or sei Islands: Wadinalaw 3;. Christ Church 1
Beaufort 29; James island 17; Edlsto 3S; St. Paul
7; Northeastern Railroad 5: Savannah ar
Charleston Railroad ll; John's Island 8; Santce
Seabrook's Island 8; Savannah 10; Florida 53.
THE COTTON MARKET.-The manet for this a
?cle 6howed a strong upward tendency dnrio
che flrst of the week, but has relaxed and becon
easier. In the foreign markets the rates open?
at 8%d for middling nplands, improved to S>@9%
and fell off to 8%d. At New York prices co:
menced at l6%c, hardened to l7%c, and :eced<
to 16%c; while at this point, middlings, whit
opened at I4%c, stiffened to 15%@l6c, and d
c ined to I6@i5%c ? ft.
The movements at Liverpool and Kew York fi
this period have been as follows : On Friday, 0
tOher 21, the former was quiet, nplands 8%d, sal
12,000 bales; the latter was quiet atl6%c, sal*
j?chales. On Saturday the former was act Iv
uplands 8%d@s%d, sales 26,000 bales, the lat ti
closed strong at i6%c, sales 2300 bales. On Mo:
day the former waa active, uplands Sd, sab
*p5,ooo bales; the latter was higher and offcrhuj
small, uplands 17%C, sales 3000 bales. On Tuesda
the former was fiat, nplands Od, sales 16,000 balei
the latter was easier at 17J?, sales 2800 bales. 0
Wednesday the former was easier at 8%d@&
sales 12,000 bales; the latter WAR active and lowe
at 16%c, sales5200bales. Yesterday the former wa
dull at 8%da8%d; the latter was dull at I6%c.
. The transactions in this market for the wee!
have been as follows: On Friday, October 21, th
article was arm, with a demand rather above th
supply, the market at the close showing an np
ward tendency; sales 700 bales; ordinary to goo<
ordinary being quoted at 13@14.>?, low middini)
14%, middling 14% and strict middling 15c H lb
On Saturday the staple was harder, and prices it
some casts advanced sc <?? lb; s too: on the mar
ket quite light; sales 700 bales; ordinary to goot
ordinary being quoted at 13%@13%, low middling
14%@14%, middling and strict middling 14%@15t
$ ft. On Monday the staple was strong and ad
vancing, niidddllng uplands commencing at 15<g
15%, stiffening to 16% and closing with an upward
tendency; sales 3JO bales; quotations unsettled,
but about as follows, say, ordina'y to good ordi?
nary 14@15, low middling 15%@15%, middling
15% and strict middling 16c H ft. On Tuesday
the article opened firm, bul closed quiet and
weak; sales 700 btles; ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 14@16, low middling 15}?@15>,',
middling 15&@16, ttrtct middling 16@16.\ic * ft.
On Wednesday the market was decllulng, and
prices foll off about >ic $ ft; sales 750 bales; ordi?
nary to good ordinary being quoted at 13#@14?i.
low middling 15, middling 15,*, strict middling
15J?C IR ft. on yesterday the market was de
dining, but somewhat active; sales near 1000
bales, say 7 at 13?:; ; 24 at 14; 20 at 14* ; 14 at 14% ;
86 at 14*; 193 at 14%; 153 at 15; 118 at 15K; 50 at
16%; 33 at 15%; 40 at 16%, and 4 on private terms.
Ordinary to good ordinary.13 @?4%
SKA ISLAND COTTON.-The supplies ol this quali?
ty of the staple have been more liberal, and were
about 201 bags or sea islands and Floridas for the
week. The Inquiry has been only in a limited
way, and was entirely confined to Carolina quali?
ties, mostly of the medium and better grades,
of which some 60 bag* have been sold daring the
weet, among walch wera 1 at 60,1 at 62,18 at 66,
-2 a?66, 6 at ss, o at 60,4 at 76,1 at 86. We>quote
com me a Carolina at 3S4&4Z, medium 45@55,'g?od
to One 66965, fine aad choice C6#Wc 9 lb. ."
RICE.-The arrivals bave been moderate, and
were about 14,000 bushels of Carolina rough for
the week ; with more ample supplies, prices have
show n au easier character. The transactions have
been, a bout TOO tierces of clean Carolina, among
which were 28 at 7 7-16; 71at7Ji; eat7 5;i6; 311
at 7X; 60 at 7X; 22 at 71-16;'85 at7; 79 at 6%; 16
at6X;28at6#; 15 at 6Kc ? ft. We quote com?
mon to fair clean Carolina at 6@6>?; good 6#@
7c 9 ?.
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals of these articles
have been to a fair extent, and were about 1500
bbls for this period. The market has been quiet
and transactions moderate. About soo obis spirits
turpentine were resold at 37c 9 gallon; also, lim?
ited lots of spirits at 38c. The following were
sales of rosins : 6 bbls extra No 1 at $2 50 ; 95 ex?
tra Ko 1 and 135 So l at $2 60 9 bbl] 17 low No 1
at $2; 36 low No 1 at $1 60; 10 do at $1 55; 15 No 2
at tl 40; soo Noa 2 and 3 at $14&9150 a bbl.
HAY.-The arrivals nave been only in a limited
way, and the transactions of a retail character.
Coax.-The receipts of this grain are unimpor?
tant. The demand ls light, and almost entirely
local. Jobbing lots of good white may be quoted
at $1 i5@i 20 9 bushel, weight, sacks included,
and $1 io 9 bushel for common.
OATS.-The market is fairly supplied with this
grain, and demand limited. Sales have taken
place at about 65c 9 bushel, weight, sacks in?
FLOUR.-There is a good stock of most descrip?
tions on the market, but the article has been dall
of movement except at easier rates. We quote
Northern and Western fine at $5 60 9 bb'.; super
at $5 75@6 26 9 bbl; extra at $6 D0@7 9 bbl; fam?
ily at $7 2S@8 9 bbl. Southern qualities are com?
ing forward in good snpply, and super may be
quoted at $6@6 50 9 bbl; extra at $6 76@7,26 9
bbl; family at $7 so@s 50 9 bbl, and choice and
fancy at $9a9 50 9 bbl.
BACON.-Prime qualities are in moderate stock,
and clear rib sides are scarce. The market ls
? firm, and we quote prime smoked shoulders at
l5X@i6c 9 ft: prime clear rib sides at 19c 9 .lb.
Dry salted shoulders at i3#@i4c, and sides at ie J?
@17C 9 ft.
VEGETABLES.-Irish potatoes of the new crop
are in fair supply, and may be quoted at $3a8 60
per bbl. Onions are in fair stock and sell at $4 60
@$5 9 barrel.
S?GAB AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are light,
but good to prime grocery sugars may be quoted
ntllJi<?l2c $ ft. Muscovado molasses may be
quoted dull at 39@40c ia hhds, and 41?42o 9 gal?
lon in bbls; clayed at A3@36c 9 gallon.
BCTTBR AN'I> LARD.-There ls . a fair stock of
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 36?
45c 9 ft; Chicago prime ?9?coe 9 lb; Western
and other lower grades sell from20@30c 9 ft;
country at 25@30c 9 ft. as in quality. .Lard is
lu good Supply, and is held at 18 ?ic.
SALT.-Lots from store selling at $l 40@150
9 sack.' .
INDIA HAGGING-There ls some limited in quiff
for this article. We quote 29@30c 9 yard.
IRON BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
-'>'Tur?R3u?Miiw for this arti
i?e^^u?.^We qu^t?'S?Tam?or^mimng purposes
from $5@7. Shipping timbef%^8@?; 4-4@5-4
flooring at $11@12 9 M. Bright lamber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to*\lz\ from
L FBu^nr^^Tobi^rpooItjOyste am [dlrecanom
Wi via Near, York\fld on^pplanda, lJid on-sea
?lands;]by ash tfd on uplands, >?d on sea lalands.
To Havre nominal. jc^twoe - to Kew Tork, by
steam lie on. uplands and'lc on sea islands';
#8 -1Jpferc(^?n .rj^;;toy|3?U, hie 9 ft on.
oottonj'ji-*%" tl?reaon rjee; 40c 9 barrel on'
?- sm; $??$8 9 M on lumber; $9@10 9 Mon tim*
r. Ta Boston, by, sali?rijfe#c fi ft on upland
[ oo.toa. Io ?rovld?nce,.by sail, $8 00 9 M oh
^a'ro^r^c^^n^btroTffby steam $19 baleen ;
1 Kew York rates. To Philadelphia, by; sto?rn, j
JWc V rb on uplands; by sail, $7 ? M on boards; I
$9 on timber; $3 9 ton on clay, and $8@3 60 on
phosphates. To Baltimore ..by ateamj^c 9ft;
by sall, $6 50?7,9-M.on ?pard5?-*$3?3 25 9 ton
hou phusprrate'roek. Vba8?asr*are m demand by
our merchants to-tSke lumber freights from
" Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilla River, Ga,
and Jacksonville,, Flo., to. Nor thenn ports, and
$io@i2 9 M are' rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STIRLING BILLS.-The rate yeater
I day was 20??@2l for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANOX.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks oh New York at ht?X off; five
days X oil; io days l off; 16 days i.?* off; 20 days
-; 30 days-. They are selling sight checks at
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
12 and sel.lng at 13. . ft
Markets by Telegraph.
. LONDON; October 27-Soon.-Consols 92?ia92K.
Evening.-Consols 92\'. Americans quiet Sixty
two s 89??. Stocks quiet. Linseed oil declining.
Sugar, od the spot 32s Sd; afloat 27s 9do28s.
LIVERPOOL, October 27-Soon.-Cotton quiet
aud steady; uplands 8^a9d: Orleans 9.','a9?4d;
sales io,oo6 bales.
Afternoon.-Cotton dull; uplands SX>?8?id; Or
leauH 9a9'4'd; sales wont exeeed 8,000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton, uplands, closed at 8??a8j?d;
Orleans 8j?d; sales Sooo bales; speculation aud
KEW YORK, October 27-Noon.-Stocks heavy.
Gold n%-ai2. Money 6a7 per cent. SterUng,
longos; short 9}?. United Sutes sixty-twos
12.V. Flourflrm. Wheat dull. Corn doll. Pork
heavy at $26 87a26. Lard quiet. Cotton dull and
lower;uplands 16J-?. Orleans 17J?c; sales 1300 balee.
Turpentine quiet. Rosin dull. Freights Arra.
Evening.-Cotton dull, lower aud unsettled;
sales 1800 bales: uplands l6*ic. Flour. State and
Western less active and firm; superfine $6 16a
5 30; Southern steady ; common to fair extra $6 65;
good to choice $6 70a8 75. Wheat heavy and low
ey : winter red and amber Wes'ern ti 34al 89. Corn
scarce and better; mixed Western 79a81c. Beef
dull; mess $10al5; extra $16al8. Pork dull and
heavy at $25 87a26. Lard dull at 14al4Jic.
Whiskey lower at 89??a<?0J?c. Groceries quiet
and tirm. Turpentine quiet at43)?a44c. Rosin
duli at $] 95a2. Strained tallow 9>ia0c. Freights
active andflrmer. Money Gat per cent. Sterling
quiet and firm at 9J?a9,?i. Southerns dull.
BOSTON, October 27.-Sales 300 bales; net re?
ceipts 42 bales: coastwise 413 bales; total 456 bales;
stock 300 bales.
BALTIMORE, October 27.-Flour quiet and firm.
Corn dull and unsettled. Pork firm at $27. Ba?
con very firm and scarce. Shoulders 15c. Whis?
key dull at 90c. Wheat dull and lower, Maryland
amber $16S.il 75. Cotton sales 100 bales; net re?
ceipts ito; coastwise 205; total 315; exports to
Great Britain 172; Continent 61; coastwise 50;
WILMINGTON, October 27.-Cotton quiet; mid
dunes 15c; sales 19 bales; net receipts 467; exports
coastwise 700; stock 1400.
NORFOLK, October 27.-Net receipts of cotton
1087 bales; exports coastwise 822; stock 2090
LOUISVILLE, October 27.-Bagging quiet. Hemp
28. Flax 29. Flour Arm; e*tra ramify $5 50.
Corn 75c. Pork $26. Shoulders 14)?c; hams 2ic.
Lard 10?ic. Whiskey 85a86.
CINCINNATI, October 27.-Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn firm; new 55c; old 60c. Provis?
ions dull and unchanged. Whiskey dull and low?
er at S3a84c.
SAVANNAH. October 27.-Sales of cotton 600
bales* net receipts 4351; exports coastwise ll;
stock 67,39" bales.
NEW ORLEANS, October 27.-Cotton dull and
lower; mlddlinns nominally 15>?al6&; sales 2100
bale-?; net receipts 2028 bales; coastwise 493 bales;
toial 2521 bales; exports to the continent 23 bales;
stock 62,587 bales.
MOBILE, October 27.-Sales looo bales; net re?
ceipts 1718; exports coastwise 430; stock 33,450.
GALVESTON. October 27.-Soles 200 bales; net re?
ceipts 293; exports coastwise 906; stock 7509.
New York Klee Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, October 25: There is no
business of importance doing sad virtually no
market. The stocks are not large os yet,' but ad?
ditions are daily coming forward, and prices weak?
en accordingly. Sales of about 30 tes Carolina in
a Jobbmg way at 8a8,?.?c, and a few bags Rangoon
Fr m the Journal of Commerce: The market
is dull and prices are drooping. The offerings are
very moderate, but there is hardly any demand.
We qnote Rangoon at 6%a7c, and Carolina at
8>?a83?c. Sales 26 tes Carolina.
From the World: Business ls almost at a stand
and the market little better than nominal, thou^
its tendency is still In buyer's favor. Sales of j
about 30 tes Carolina at 8aS j?c.
From the Herald: The demand was light, but
prices were unchanged. Sales of small lots at
from 8Xc to 8J?c for Carolina, aud 6j?a7c for |
WILMINGTON, October 24. - TURFRNTINB.
Sales o' 371 bbls at $2 05 for soft, and $1 40 for
bard, per 280 IDs.
SPIRITS Trj*rwrrira.-.S?Jw?T18 bbla at 890,
and 71 bbla at 49 Vo for Southern, and 12 bbla at
400 per, gallon forWew YojI&paolageB. -v
Rosix.-Sa: es or 907 bbla at fl 50 ior strained.and
166 Tor m 2". - ? ? '? ? ?? - ~
TAR.-200 bbls, in snipping order, sold at fl 60
perbbL , .
No sales reported in cotton.
TMBBR.-Pour rafts sold at $T 60, f 8a860per H.,
and one lot per railroad at f ll . ..
Interior Cotton. MarktU.
*c' CHARLOTTJl,October 25]-Salea to-day loo bales;
middlings 14>??U5C. closing at 14J?c for beat
grades. Market qulefi ?
SELMA, October ii.-Sales iso bales; middlings
at 15; low middlings at 15?c. Market oloeing
quiet and offerings light.
SUMTER, October 25.-Cotton has been in good
demand for the last few days, caused from favo?
rable reports from Liverpool and the Northern
markets. About 250'bales have changed hands
during the week ending the 25th instant. We
quote: Ordinary 14*o; good ordinary 14Xo; dow
middling I5.iic; middling 15>?c; strict middling
COLOMBIA, October 27.-Sales of cotton yes?
terday loo bales; middlings l4Xc
NEWBERRY, October 25.-Cotton m good de?
mand at I3xal4c.
COLUMBUS, October 25.-Our market was very
irregular in the momlng^Bome middlings brought
15.?c. In the afternoon the. market was easier,
with mlddlisga at 15c, lbw middling l4Kc, ar,
widch figures it closed. Sales 246 bales; receipts
455: bales: shipments 272 bales.
ATLANTA, October 25.-The market to-day has
been more active, and priceB have advanced ; mid?
dlings 14c; low middling 13tfc; good ordinary
l:2,'?c: ordinary lo>?all>?c. .
. MONTGOMERY, October 25.-Cotton market
14XC for low middlings.
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
7732 bales uplands, from Mobile 13 bales, from
Savannah 79 bags sea Island and 260 hales up?
land, and from Charleston 183 bags sea island and
505 bales npland-the quantities received at those
ports fr"m Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
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Exporta or Rice. Naval Stores and Lam.
uitr from the Port of Charleston, from
. September 1 to October ?7, 1870._
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from savannah via Beau
fort and Pacific Landing-H Baxley, W H Allan,
W E McKnight and lady, J J Wright, Colonel R De
T-eville, WH Brisbane,Mr Jervey, Mrs Scheper,
Captain W McNelty, and 6 deck.
& Limpid.-1 Bice
omer Br. Pons
Totl G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe
W. Indies, ic.
Total F. Ports.
Bait, k Nr'folk
Oth. U. S. Ports
Tot;l Cse Ports
1981 39409! 1244
....| 3360] 276
Grand Total.I. 2041 61900| 223lj 49lJ.4076l| 1377
4021 281411 ,636
10 , 21321 237
Charleston ?WU ol ega le Price?.
BAGGING, 9 yard
Gunny Cloth: .-..r.... ~.
New York Double Anchor. 44
BALE ROPE, 9 ft
COTTON, It ft- . ,
Ordinary to good ordinary....
Middling to strict middling...
COFFEE, 9 ft
Carolina Fertilizer, 9 2000 tts. 60 00 &
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 ?
Double Relined Poudrette. 30 00
Niles' Phosphate.68 00
- Peruvian Guano, 9 2240 lbs... 100- 00
- Pacific Gnnno, 9 2000 fte..... 66' 00
Phoenix Guano....... 66 00
Bangh's Phosphate, 9.2000 fta 60 00
Rhodes' Phosphate, 9 2000 fta 65 00
Rhodes' Standard Manure (?85
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 36 00
Land Plaster. 13 00
M apes' Super Phos, 9 2000 ft 8. 65 00
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00
Wooiston's Vege'or, 92000 fts 66 00
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Phos.net 60 00 ?
Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cssh. 66 00 @
Sard j's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
- Patapsco Guano...... 65 00 ?
E. Frank Co's ?mmonlated
29 ? SO
38 @. Vi '
8 ? 12)6
<0 ? ? H
? 16 00
Bone Phosphate.....:.:. 60 00
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone.... 62 00
. Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00
Etiwan Guano, No l ($60 time) 54 00
Kt 1 wan Guano, No2 ($60 timer 68 00
Zel^s Ammonlated Bone Phos
.i phate($70time). eo co
Russel Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($66
time).s. 66 00
FLOUR, 9 bbl
Fine. 6 60
Super. 6 76
? Northern and Western Extra. 6 50
Southern-Super. 6 oo
?ii Extra.... 6 76
Family.'.. 7 ?0
GRAIN, 9 bushel
Corn., 1 10
HAT, 9 cwt
North River. 1 45
LUMBER, 9 M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00
White Pine, good run. 88 00
Yellow Pine.20 oo
Boards, rough................ ll 00'
Grooved and tongued 28 oo
I MOLASSES, 9 gallon
II Cuba.......,:..-....... a
New Orleans..... 77
NATAL STORKS, 9 bbl
Rosin, No. 1.... 1?0
Rosin, No. 2..-. 1 60
Rosin, No. 3.fi. 1 40
Spirits T arpen tine, 9 gallon.. 87
Oakum, 9 ?.. io
NAILS-American 4@20d., 9 keg 6 06
POWDER-Dupont's, F.FJ. g.... 8 00
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6 00 fi
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 oo @
PROVISIONS, 9 ft- ?? r ..
Bacon, Hams.......'...:. 24 ?
Sides....:. 10 9
.Lard, in keg.. 17%@
Butter........r............. 30 ?
Cheese.,.. 15 ?
Potatoes, Irish, 9 bbl. 8 00 @
Sweet..:..'..:....1...'. 8 60 fi
Onions..... 4 60 fi
Apples.. -.'. A
Eggs..... 26 fi
Poultry-Chickens, 9 doz.... 3 oo
Fowls, 9 doz-;_.'-... 5 00
@ .70 00
? 66 Oo
@ 40 00
@ 24 00
fi 12 00
@ 82 00
fi' 1 46
fi 7 00
Bacon, Hams..... 24 A 27
. rn Sides....:.?i.V.- IO fi
Shoulders. i5%? 16
. . Strips.7... .? .. .
.Lard, In keg.. 17%@ 18
Butter.......r............. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 15 fi 30
Potatoes, Dish, 9 bbl. 3 oo ? 3 60
Sweet..:..'.......1...'. 8 60 fi 4 00
Onions........ 4 60 fi 6 oo
Eggs........;.........i. 26 fi - 80
Poultry-Chickens, 9 doz.... 3 oo @ 4 oo
Fowls, 9'doz_;- -... 5 00 fi 6'60
IUCE, 9 ft-Carolina.... 7 fi .711-16
East India.... ?
SALT, 9 sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 ? 1 60
Liverpool, fine. .. fi
SUGAR, 9 ft-Raw. ..
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado.:L...... io ? 11%
BEESWAX-9 lb... 88 fi 40
ti IDES, Green-9 ft. os ? .. .
Dry.,. 18 ? ..
CHESTNUTS-y bnshel. 4 oo A
Stock? of Cotton in the Interior Towna
not Included in the Receipts.
Augusta A Ham'g...-October 21
Macon, Ga.October 21
Columbus, Ga.October 21
Montgomery, Ala.October 21
Selma, Ala.October 21
Memphis, Tenn.October 21
Nashville, Tenn.October 21
BRISTOL, "ENG-Per British bark Monsoon-410
tons phosphate rock.
NEW YORK-Per steamship .Georgia-39 bags
sea Island cotton, 2261 bales upland cotton, 146
tierces rice, 46 bales domestics, 26 l?ales moss, and
ATHENS, N Y-Per sehr Jesse L Leach-inward
Receipts by Railroad, October 27.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
15B0 bales cotton, 360 bbls flour, 320 sacks flour,
6 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, and others.
354 bales cotton, 221 bbls naval stores, cars lum?
ber and wood, rough rice, 190 packages tob?ceo,
peas, mdse, Ac. To G W Williams A co. Frost A
Adg'.T, Mowry A Son, W K Ryan, T P Smith, A J
Salinas Graeser 4 -mlth, Reedor A Davis, Wise
A co, Walter A co, W C Bee k co,G W Witte, J A
Quackeubusb, Nachmann A co, Wilcox, Gibbs A
co, Clag horn, Herring A co, Ravenel A co. Cald?
well A Son, Pringle 4 Sou, Pelzer, Rodgers 4 co,
A Johnson, Sloan A Selgnions, J Marshall, Jr. S D
Stoney, J Wletere, Barden 4 Parker, Kinsman A
Howell, U Boylan n, BoUmann Bros, J Trlest, W
Gurney, G Foll?n, S 4 C Railroad Company, Rail?
road Agent, and Order.*
First Quarter, 1st, 3 hours, 69 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 9th, 8 honra, 23 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 17th, 12 hours, 63 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 24th. 10 hours, 13 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 31st, 2 hours, 41 mlnntes, morning.
SETS. R. A B.
CHABLESTON, OCTOBER 26
British bark Bidwell, Baker, Havre, via Capes
or thc Delaware-5 days. Ballast. To R Mure
British bark Mary Killara, Butler, Cape de Verd
-40 days. Ballast. To Henry Card.
British baric Grace E Cann, Cann, Bos toa-9
days. Ballast. Tot ne Ma si er,
behr Eliwan, Brown, New York-1 days. Coal.
To the Master, and W 0 Bee 4 co.
Sehr'Lillian, Howland, santee. 1100 bushels
rongb rico. To W 0 Courtney.
Sehr Ann S Deas, ?-arbatti. West Point' MUI.
122 tierces rice. To Coben, Hanckel A co.
Sehr A'.a, Whitehurst, lack River. 2660 bush?
els rough rice. To W 0 Bee A co.
Sehr General R E Lee, Gradlck, Cooper River.
1650 bushels rough rice. To G H Ingrahnm A Son,
and P G Hasell.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Savannah via Beau?
fort and Pacific Landing. 6 bags sea island and
IS bales npland cottony and rrandries. To J p
Aiken ? co, Pelzer, Rodgers- A-cp,.Heeder A Davis,
Conen, Hanckel k co. SD Stoney, W ll Bird k co,
G Foll?n, Ravenel A co, F'Campbell, and Mrs Jane
.Sloop Emerald, Roberts, Ashepoo. 1350 bushels
roogh rice. T i Frost k Adger. and P G HaselL ,
Sloop from Cain hov. 220 Dos nels rough rice. To
Gaillard A Mino?. .. ...
.By boat from christ Charon. 1 bag of sea island
[?cotton. ToWGurney. H- ' '
I Received from Chlsolm'3 Ginning Mills. 4 bags
, 80% Island cotton. To .'Ravenel A co,- Gaillard? A
Jimott, and S L Howard. . .
. CLEARED YESTERDAY. _ ' .',
Steamship Georgia. Crowel?, New. lork-W A
Courtenay. ....... ^
. British bark- Monsoon^ Monzle, Bristol,- Bug-C
C Coe, superintendent. ,
Sehr Jesse L Leach, Dowdy, Athena, N Y-J A
Enslow&co. . ..; ' 1. ..;
SNAILED TBSTEBpij. ' ' ' \' '
Stenmsbip 0 W Lord, PosV?ew Tort.
Steamship Georgia, Croweli; New York.' <
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
British bark Monsoon, Monzte, Bristol Eng... ...
Sehr-Charles E Paige, Doughty,' Wilmington,;
.NC. ' - '1 . ' '
FROM THIS .PORT. - >m
Steamship Leopard, Hughes, .Philadelphia,Oc?
tober 24. m ? ?
1 DP FOR THIS FOBS.-, ' ss ?6
Sehr John Shay, Fisher, at Phuadelphia, Octo?
ber.?. . .. "; : ..; ? ...
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT. .
Steamship Falcon, Hayne, at Baltimore, Oc?
tober 28. '.
steamship James Adger,'-Lockwood, at New
York, October 25. ...
SAILED FOR- THIS PORT.
Sehr Emma Douglas, Ellis, from New Bedford,
... MEMORANDA. . . ? .'
The bark Almira Coombs. Nilson, from Chiaol m ' s
Island, arri red at Wood's Hole October 23.
The sehr Grace B Webster, Lord, from Eliza
bethport, N J, for Charleston; arrived at New York
October 24. *
. ri . ... " , ?. -.? :i. ; -. .?.: .?.??
List of Shipping
TX TBE PORT OF CHARLESTON, OCTOBER '11.
Vessels under 100 tons/-and steamers coasting'
within jhe State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1387 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
* for New York, loading-James Adger A co. .
Georgia, 1609 tons, Crowel!, at Union wharf, -for
New York, ready-Wagner, Huger A co, w A
Hercules, 764 tons, Doughty,' at Brown ft co's
wharf, for New York, loading-W A Ccpr
, tenay. . ? ' . ... ' ' ' '
J O Boy nton, 740 tons. Wayrott, at Boyce A co's.
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J M Fredsberg.
Aracan, 1037 tons, Spenser, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-G A Tren hoi m A Son. '"" '
Tranquebar, 1807 tons, Harward, at Boyce A co's
. wharf, for Liverpool, loading-C N Hubert. '
W H Moody (Br), 686 tons, Hilton, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J A Enaiow ft,
co. . .' "
Hope, 797 tons, Hancock, at Atlantic wharf, from
New York, wai tin?-W B Smith ft co.. * .r
John Sidney, - tons. Bartlett, in the Stream,
* "from New York, Just arrived-Master.
Cano va, 714 tons, Lock, at Commercial wharf,
... for Liverpool, loading-Willis ft Ohlsolm.
John 0 Baker, llio tons, Spear, at Yanderhorgt's
' wharf, from Boston,: walting-Master. ' *
' BARKS. g - -
FloriM.Hurlbut,49i tons, Hlley, at Marah'aD.-y
Dock, ror a Port in Great Britain, repairing-l
g W Roach A co. c
Xenia, 786 tons, Long, at Boyce's wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading-Street Bros A co.
Sisters (Br), 249 tons, 'Nairn, at Commercial
* wharf, fdr a Port in Great Britain, loading
Street Bros A co. . ' ~ * ?
John Fyfe, 711 tons, Teller, at Brown ft co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Willis A Chisolm.
."loren?e Chipman (Bri, 850 tons, Jones; at Ac
- com mode: ion wharf, for Liverpool, loading
Marta (Br), 577 tonB, Webster, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-B S Rhett A Son. JiJ
Ranger (Br), 635 tons, Doty, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-B S Rhett A
Aunle Kimball, 780 tons, Stlnson. kt Vander
horst's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Rave?
nel A co.
Enrique, 616 ?.ona, at Accommodation wharf, foi
liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Adelaide Norris, 717 tons, Reed, at Palmetto wharf,
. for Liverpool, loading-J A Enslow ft co?. .-.
Sliarpsburg, 606 tons, Rogers, at Atlantic wharf,
, for Liverpool, loading-Baggett A co. '' .
Horace Scudder, 827 tons, Gould,at Adger's wharf,
from Boston, discharging-W Roach A co.
Evanei:, 613 tons, Randell, at Central wharf, from
Boaton, discharging-J A Kn slow ft co.
virginia Dare, - tons, Skoflcld, to the Stream;
from Baltimore, Just arrived-Master. -?:->;:<
Rosella McNeill, en tons, Sproul, at Atlantic
.wharf, from Boston, walting-J A Enslow A
00? . ?
Paquete de Cantabria (Sp). - tons, Onzaln, at
Quarantine, from Havana just arrived-Order.
Mary Killam, - tons, Butler, at Atlantic wharf.
from Cape de Verd. Just arrived-H Card. ->...
Bidwell (Br), 493 tons.m the Stream, from Havre,
Just arrived-R Mure A co. .
Grace E Cann (Br), 700 tons, Cann, In the Stream,
from Beaton, just arrived-R More k Co.
' . BRIGS. ?
Concord, 341 tons, Kelly, in the Streanv?or.Bal?
timore, ready-Maater. ' ? wei v,tn3
John Freeman, 819 tons, Baker, at Atlantic wharf,
for Boston,, loading-W Roach k co.
Mariposa, 298 tons, Nevena, in the Stream, for
Weymouth, Mass, ready-W Keach A co;-'-'
Jane Black,.(Br,) 220 tons. Taplin; at Marshall's
wharf, for a Port in Great Britain, loading
G S Berry, 265 tons, Bradley, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Barbadoes; loading-W Roach A
R B Gove. 463 tons. Harkneis, at Central wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging-R Mur? 'A cot "
Manzanilla, 140 tons. Spear, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Rockport, Me, discharging-Ol?
ney A co.
Isidora (Brj. 03 tons. Griswold, from Port an
Prince, waiting-J A Enslow k co.
Ralph Carlton, ??i tons, Curtis, in the Stream,
for Baltimore, ready-J H Risley.
James A Croo), er, 102 tons, Chase, in the Stream,
for Beaton, ready-J A Enslow A co.
Ella Hodgsdon, 197 ton?, Nlckersou. in Ashley
River, for Gcadaioupe, loading-J A Enaiow
Gcttysbnrg, 288 tons, Corson, to r.he Stream,
for Baltimore, ready-Fl FBakor-Aco.
cliver Jameson, 205 tons. Jameson, lc the Stream,
for Baltimore, ready-J A Ku slow A co.
G B McFarland, 267 tons, McFarland, to thc
Stream, for Philadelphia, ready-H F Baker
A co. '?
Jessie L Leach, 237 tons, Dowdy, at Atlantic
wharf, for Athens, N Y, ready-J A Enslow
Jennie Rosalind, 341 tons, Tooker, in the Stream,
for New York, ready-W Roach 4 co.
A E Glover, 298 tons, Terry, in the Stream, for
Boston, ready-M Goldsmith A Son.
A Richard, 160 tons, Willey, In Ashley River?
for New York, loading-J A Enslow A co.
N W Smith. 866 tons, Tooker, at Yanderhorst's
wharf, for Now. York, ready-W Roach A co. .
ST Baker. 261 tons. Davis, in the Stream, for Wil?
mington, Del, ready-Street Bros A co.
Surprise, 220 tons. Beers, in Ashley River, fbr
Baltimore, loading-H F Baker A co.
Constitution, -. tons, in the Stream, for New
Kork, Teady-W Roach A co.
Moonlight, 198 tons, Briggs, at Southern wharf,
for Chlsolm's Island, ready-J A Enslow A co.
Nellie F Burgess; - tons, McKecn, In Ashley
River, from Wickford, R I, discharging-J H
Lilly, 340 tons. Hughes, at N E Railroad wharf.
for New York, loading-W Roach A co.
John S In graham, 292 tona, Packard, to Ashley
River, for a Northern. Port, loading-Master.
J W Wilson, - tons, Somers, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A co.
Samnel McManemy, 311 tona Nowell, In Ashley
River, for Shelter's island; loading-B S Rhett
S S Lee.- tons, to Ashley River, from Bock
away, L I, discharging-C 0 Glldden.
Ruth H Baker, - tons, Lorlng. at Adger"s wharf,
from New York, discharging-w Roach A co.
B F Lowell, 826 tons, Leavitt, at Union wharf, from
Weymouth, Mass, discharging-J A Enslow ft
Anna Barton, - tons, Frink, to Ashley River,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
E H Navlor, 280 tons, Naylor, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker A
Mary A Tyler, 206 tons, Tyler, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach A co,
Etlwan, - tons, Brown, in the Stream, from New
York, just arrived-Master.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND 8AILED FOB THIS POST.
The Heiress, Rea, sailed..August 29
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, cleared.Oct 16
Sehr Emma Douglas, Ellis, sailed.October 23
Ship Anna Camp, Lincoln, np.October 9
Bark Aurelia, Lincoln, up.October ll
Brig Carmina,-, up.'..Sept 8
Brig R M Heeler, Jones, up.Sept 20
Behr Grace Gruner. Smith, cleared.October 23
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, cid... .Oct 25
Steamship Weybossett, Beiger, cid.October 24
Steamship Key West, Rudolph, cleared....Oct 18
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, np.October 17
Sehr Mary A Tyler, Tyler, cleared.Oct 1?
Brig C V Williams, Williams, cleared.Oct 18
Sehr S L Burna, Crosby, clearea.Sept 10
Sehr Z Steelman, Church, up.Sept 17
Sehr E A Hooper. Champion, np.Obtober 15
Sehr H 0 Sheppard, Clark, cleared.Oct 18
Sehr John Shay, Fisher, up.October 25
Steamship Falcon, Hayne. cleared......October 26
Sehr Mary A Eliza Oroweu, cleared....October 20
Brig Abby Ellen, Fossal -cleared.October 18
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vat** F>AIRBA*K:S, BROW V ?fe CO;, - -?
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i^TEELES'G SIL VEE FO&KS. >A2??
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ilMfl BY THE OUNCE OB DOZEN.
Sent to any part of the conQtry per Express
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Photographs of dhTerent patterns, sent ty mali .
on application.' * ' *?v L**-?-?^
'Crar facilities for mannfacrtring '?na?l? SB "tc?
give selections ir om the largest vane fy ol PA*-"
terns a_.il at Ute lowest price. No extra charge;
for engraving. .w' ".! >
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li HT'Lippinan's Great German Buff rs strength-"
mw me debilitated^ .. mto?* *?
; ?-Ltppman'8 Great German Bitters sirength
'ens the consumptive. c , .
I ear*Lippmann Grear German' 'Blt;ers crir?T
Female Complaints. . .**?* M?*\ i ne--srf
j asr-Llppman's Great Germ an Bittere, the moat,-.
I delight fal and effect i ve hi the world.
; ?-Lippman's rreat "German Bitters cures
."Ueverwell"ipeopte? tu ;?-.O?T?W ?j<r
? ?-Vjppmsn'B Great MJerman Bitwrs aire?J
Liver Complaint. l\ a Sb . 6 VXU? ? ?rfer* ?-*I>.J?
. ASH-tppman's Great German JktteragiTea toa*.,
to digestive organs. - .*"*
aspLiprman's Great German 'Bitters cnre>,:
Nervousness. .. t.? ..-..? .??? ,-?... ^77ie
1 ; ?"Llppman"8 Great Gerriten- Bitters regdlatet?''
the Bowels. ? .-. rsvjttlifT?d Hr?ft -a uwftj*
ihe^?^S^er Greu Ge;ni:Ui-< BllI?rs excite?- ,
j ln>>Llppman*s-Great German. Bitters, teat'"'
physicians recommend. ._>.// *?-ri r af,
: ?-Lippman's Great German.Bitters win give
yoathfoi vigor. y '
I sa-Lippmann's Great German Bitters enr?
iW^ppm?n's Gr?kt"''German' BittiW, ifS?
avonte of Germany.- - . - . - . TYDO
: grrLlppman's Great German Bitten pTe*Mnttr*n
Chills and Fever. , , -, .. -?
asrLippman's Gre a; German Bitters has met
with success every where1.. ? . ' - .
. CHjotw>i*rxsviw.s1,T^, May, 1870. ? ?d
MXSSBS. JACOB Lirr^t?y A Buo.i , ,
ffen?eni?n-I certify that' r have examid- 1
ed and used In my practice Llppman's Great Ger? ?o
man Bitters., .1 regard them as an admlrawat
tonlc'and appetizer. J. W. POINDEXTER, M. D.
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Depots In Charleston S.O.: ... . . - . ,,
W. 0. TROTT. ED. S. BURN?rAM. S?
A. W. ECKEL A CO.. 0^. LCHS, J
.Wt A. SERINE
Wholesale Agents: ,+ -t*
HENRY BIS<?HOFF t CO.
STEFFENS. WERNER A DUCKER.
DOWJ E. MOISE A DAV-IS/DrngirletS, ' " *
CLAOlliS A WITIE. ^ . . iti ?? - S4p*>3
THE GREAT CHILL AND FEVER FATETLL?R? '
ONE D08B ST0P3 tH?f CffiLLS. * * ,
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?BAB GR^j_smi_i?8;"c.?Nov?mrjet ?^?aUC:5r *
MB. LirriaAN: r. .?-^t?-? .- .?
Dear ?Hr-Please Bend me han* dozen, boule?of-..-?
your m valuable and Infallible Pyrafage. The
bearer himself was cured of a two years'Mill and.,
fever,, and his whole famUy. ir"has never- failed-1
In a single case. Yours respectfully. - . , as
,.. " ? ' ; ."VjTji,F^ROBERT.
We annex herewith one of _he irfany .'oertlB
caws for the famous "01E OF IdFE," in our pos- *
session: -. - ..?*.*?
MATOE'S OlTICE. J3B1FFIN, CU., _ J . .
' Febfuart 8,1BQ8.J
This ls to certify that I haw used Prrfe?sdr-.ft' "*
H. Kay ton's "OU of Life-' in-my family. In a oase.
of .aggravated "Neuralgia in, the Face," and after
three application 8, ga ve permanent relief.
0ot26-8? W. M. CLINE. Mayor. **1 5
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1 WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the best In use.
Fo:r sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay
menus, on easy terms, or for ea-bi AH actrs of
I Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored,) Silk, OIL, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and Bampies of
work sent on application. r
General Dealer In First Class Sewing Ma?
ch?n ei and Material, No. CO" King stree;,
ftUgl7 _Charleston. S. C.
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FEVER. A N D A Q JJ E C ? B E ^.
A certain cure for CHILLS AND FEYER-a gen?
uine Southern preparation, purely vegetable; a.
tonic and fever pr?ventive, highly recommended,
and stands unequalled hy any preparation now
offered. To persons residing in pnb.w-'thy sec?
tions lt ls invaluable. ..
For sale by all Druggists, abd by
0. J. LUHN. Agent,
TJrngglst, aontheast corner King and John sta-,
)rmi8~imo6D*c Charleston, & 0?