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Tho? fairest dame, frank, wise and good,
For whoee dear sake alone I Uve:
Then sweetest mould of flesh and blood,
- jo picture whom in vain men strive;
Though painters, sculptors, bards they be,
They cannot grasp that inborn grace
Of sos), which more we feel than see.
Whene'er we meet those eyes, that face.
Think m? these sad songs to find
The ring of jo?, the tone or peace;
My Boaga are idle ?e the wind.
And hoarse with s.-hs that seldom cease,
I sing at hazard-slog iSe one
Long lost to hope, to pleasare lost.
Who mourns ambit lon s sunken sun.
On rocks or passion tempest-tost.
Yea lost to honor, lost to rame,
Desiring, and yet loth to die;
What save the echo or thy name. "
A weary, mournfal voice, am 1 ?
Thee had the Grecian ?corner seen,
Hadst thou then lived, his fount beside,
How weir av? nged had echo been,
How well chastised Narcissus's pride !
I N?w YORK-Per steamship James Adger-14
kiga sea Island cotton. 1225 bales upland cotton,
90 tierces rice, 50 buriles paper, 90 packages sun?
dries, 1 horse....Per steamship Hercules-1450
.bales cotton, 57 bbls spirits turpentine, 411 btis
rosin.Per sehr LiUy-15 bales upland cotton,
~*46 bbls rosin. 658 bbls spirits turpentine, 54 bales
.?Oes, loo casks clay, 5 boxes furniture, 14 bbls
?ottos seed- oil, 34 bbls ale, 50 empty barrels, 4
fends bones, 4 packages mdse, l dipper's phos?
phate, 4 boxes axle grease, 2 boxes medicine, 1009
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-160 tierces
rice, 745 bales cotton. 69 bales yarn,17 bales warp,
124 rolls leather, 4 bales Tags, 35 sacks dried fruit,
3 hhds and 4 bales hides, and sundries.
?The Charleston Cotton, nice and Naval
OmCI CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
TUESDAY EVENING, November l, 1870. j
COTTON.-There was a well sustained inquiry
for this article, and prices were slightly firmer,
Improving in some cases about ?c ? ft. Sales
1000 bales, say 15 at 13* ; 15 at 14?; 9 at 14?; 101
at 14? ; 56 at 14%; 204 at 16; 34 at 15?; 183 at 15?;
49 at 15?; 114 at 15?; 86 at 15?; 13 on private
terms. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.13?@14?
Low middling.15 @18?
Ricx-The market for this grain was dull and
lower; sales 40 ?eroes of good, olean Carolina at
. .?Xe ? ?.
. NATAL STORES.-There were no sales of note.
FREIGHTS.- To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal; via New. York, ?d on uplands, l?d on sea
taland? ; by sall 7-l6don uplands, ?tl on sea
Wands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
york, by steam, ?c on uplands and lc on sea
toland s ; $2 fl tierce on rice; by Bail, ?c V lb on
cotton; - fl tierce on rice; 40c fl barrel on rosin ;
$7?s ft M on lumber; $9@io fl M on timber. To
Boston, by sail, ???c fi ? on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sall $8 fl M on boards, ?c
1 ?bon cotton; by steam $l ft bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, ?c fl lb
ion uplands; by sall, $7 9 M on boards; $9 on
umber; ga fl ton on clay, and $3@3 60 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, ?c ft lb ; by
sall, $5 60?7 fl M on boards; $3@3 25 9 ton on
phosphate rook. Vessels are m demand by
eur-merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. G., Harlen and Satllla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
#13 fl M are the rates on lumber and boards.
SxcBAKOx-Sterling so day bills i9?@ao.
Dom?ne Ex CHANGE. - The banks purchase
sight checks at ?@ ? og, and sell at par.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LOUDON, R O ve sober 1-Noon.-Turpentine 298
' Evening.-Consols 92?. Bonds 89?. Tallow
42? 0d. Common rosin tts 3d ass 6d. .Turpentine
LIVERPOOL, November 1-Noon.-Cotton opened
steady; uplands 8?a*i; Orleans 9?a9?A; sales
Evening.-Cotton closed Arm; uplands 9?d
Orleans 9?d; sales 15,000 bales; export ano sp?cu
Hnr YORE, November l-Noon.-Stocks very
strong. Money 4att per cent. Sterling, long, 9?;
?kort 9?. Gold ll?. Sixty-twos, ex-interest,
9. Flour heavy. Wheat a shade easier. Corn
steady. Pork, new and old, ranges from $24 to
$26 6a Lard nominal. Cotton a shade easier;
np lands ie?c Turpentine firmer at 45?s46c
Rosin firmer; strained $2. Freights firm.
Evening.-Money sae per cent, sterling 9?a
??. Gold weak at ll ?all?. Governments steady;
sixty-twos 9?. Southerns generally dulL bot
steady. Cotton steady and in fair demand; sales
4800 bales: upland s its? c Fionr, State and West
ora, macare and 5al0c lower: superfine $510a
* 30; Southern heavy and declining; common to
fair extra $6 85aoeo. Wheat ia2c lower, and
more doing for export; winter red and amber
Western $1 SOal 84. Com. a shade better; now
?0?; ol? 83885. Beef quiet Pork and lard nomi
-naL Whlikry 88?. Turpentine 45?a4?. Rosin
steady. Freights Armer.
BOSTON, November 1.-Cotton quiet; middlings
17c; sales800 bales; net receipts 17; coastwise 379;
total 660; stock 3000.
BALTIMORE, November l.-Flour sw adv and
fairly active. Wheat dull and lower; Maryland
*mber $i coal ?5. Corn active, white 60a70c; yel?
low 70a80c Oats steady. Rje70a75c Provisions
mn cha s geo. Whiskey 88c. Gotten quiet and
firm ; middUngs 16?c; sales loo bales; net receipts
100; coastwise 880; total 480; stock 4130; exports
CINCINNATI, November 1.-Flour and cora quiet
and unchanged. Lard dull and unsettled, new
13?c; old scarce, ?
ST. LOUIS, November 1.-Flour and corn un?
changed. Whiskey heavy at S5?c. Hemp and
bagging unchanged. Provisions fiat. Pork $26.
Bacon ucaanged. Lard 16c
LOCIHTTLU, November l.-Bagging quiet and
inn at 88*29c. Elour steady, extra family $560.
Corn and provisions nominally unchanged.
NoRTOiXNovember 1.-Cotton quiet; middlings
15?al6?c; sales loo bales; net receipts 1575; ex?
ports coastwise 908; stock 5073 bales.
WILMINGTON November 1.-Cotton quiet: mid?
dlings'16?; sales 248 bales: net receipts 503; ex?
ports coastwise 764; stock 1893.
I Aro CETA, November 1.-Cotton strong and ac?
tive; sales 1644 bales; receipts 1722; middlings
SAVANNAH, November 1.-Cotton m moderate
demand: middlings I5?al6?c; se'es ?ooo bales;
net receipts 6282; exports coastwise li: stock 65,
MOBILE, November 1.-Cotton dnU; middlings
16?; sales 600 bales; net receipts 1700; exports
coastwise 538; stock 30,242 bales.
GALVESTON, November 1.-Cotton firm; stxk
ibjiu; good ordinary I3?c; sales 300 bales; net re?
ceipts 66?; exports coastwise 800; sto^k 8385.
Nxw ORLEANS, November 1.-Cotton, quiet and
weak; middlings 15?ai6c; sales 4500 bales; net re?
ceipts 7224; coastwise 588; total 7812; exports to
Great Britain 7588; to Cork 2566; stock 8L281.
Sterling 21?. Sight exchange par to ? premium.
New York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, October 31 : Dealers
continue to receive additions to their stock, and
areoffering everything with freedom; bat there
is scarcely an ordinary trade demand, and me
ssaet shows an excessively dull and depresied
^one on domestic m particular. We hear of ouly
moderate sales or Carolina at 7a7?c.
. - Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON, October 81.-SPIRITS TURP?N
TINK.-Market firm and prices advanced lc. sales
of 61 casts at 41? and 20 at 42o per gallon for
Roew.-Market dnlL Sales 150 bbls No. 2 at
?HOper bbl. I
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Market steady and prices
unchanged. Sales of .only 60 bbls reported at
$2 70 ror soft and $160 .'or hard.
COTTON-Market Arm and prices a shade hbzher
Sales or 328 bales as follows: eat l4Xi mS5:
SJKL^rl'"? at 15*c Per p .und, market
closing at latter quotation for middling.
Interior Cotton Markets.
sales 901, snipped 676. The market was steadv
middlings, something fancy bringingV?c dur
SSe-V?t I4?nc?0n; mark" C??9Cd ?SS
COLUMBUS, October 29.-Oar market showed a
fair demand with middlings at MMI?C ana ?\a
enlmrof prices at clo-e. so that miidiinit conwi
not be bought at less than I4?c. Sales 100 bales
receipts 46Z; shipments 568. *
Kecelpte by Railroad. November 1.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1863 bales cotton, 186 bbls and 296 sacks flour.
4 car stock. To Railroad Agent, and others.
374 bales cotton, 19 bbls naval stores cars lum?
ber, kegs railroad spikes, live stock, tobacco,
md9e. Ac To G w williams & co, S A C Railroad
Company, Frost A Adger, T P Smith, W K Ryan.
Greener A Smith A J Salinas, Walter* co, Mowry
t Son, Caldwell A Son, Brodie A ro, Claghorn.
Jlerring A co, Nachmann & co, Pringle ASon, E
Sates A co.J A Quackmbnah. Sloan A Seignloas,
Jol?nann Bros, J Trie?t, R stephens, In gran am A
San, F Carson or order, j E Hodges k co, j ?a?
saan, Jr, S D Stoney. Barden* ft^SSSfgK
Jfc-80DrKinsman *^Howell. W C Dote? A oo, S o-,
ney A Lowndes, Pelzer, Rodgers 4 oo, A B lanni?
gan, W H (maree * co, SmithyA ChapeauWage?
ner A Monsees. Thurston A H^olmes, ?igM
A co, Wardlaw A Carew, E Welling, and nauroaa
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
ii? balee cotton, 16 sacks rice, 61 sacks peas,
and mdse TO W M Lawton, G W Witte, Pinckney
Bros GW Williams A co, W B Williams A co, fi
Bischoff A co, W C Couitney A co. J W O'Brien, T
c Wccoat, W P Dowling A co, - Pettit, Mantoue
A co J Colcock A co. S L Howard A Bro, Hopkins,
McPnerson A co, P G Hasetl, E D Hudson, W Mor?
gan. J R Pringle A Son. Kanapaux A Gonzales, T
benton. Reeder A Davis, Kinsman A Howell, and
Wagener A Murdaugh.
Per steamship James Adger, for New York-M
Hogsdeo, Miss E Flinn, H L "Benson and wife, Mrs
Ottolengui and servant, Miss Benson, G H Gifford,
B F Clark, O C Burnett, J P Cullen, E L Hall. T G
Budd, O W Adams, Madam Kinging, M Phillips,
and J Broughton. "
Per steamship Champion, from New i ors
Mr Laiourcate and child, J A Bowie, P Cullinane,
Senor de Monada, L Goodrich, Miss J Smith, Miss
A T Brown, T J Wharton, Mrs A F Pequat. Mrs A
J Wharton. J E Pettit, G D Pettit, Miss C ? Clan
cev. A Hanson, H Scanlon, S J Cosford, JE Park,
J A Dawson and wife, J F Dawson, Mrs Forster,
Mrs W H Knowles and child. Mrs J Hurry, Mrs
Mlldebrandt, Mr Hildebrand!. Miss Hlldebrandt,
MlM F Ooh*n, W s Adams and wife, B R Whita?
ker S Den'on, J Smith. Sarah A Baldwin, Mr Va?
reen. Mr McHart, Mrs M A Brown, Mrs L F Rob?
ertson, Mrs S E McManus, Mrs Ingraham, F W
Gillett, Mrs Gillett, Miss Gillett, Mrs Browne, Mrs
Righter, Dr L C HaseU and wife, and - m the
Per steamer Pilot Boy. from Savannah via Beau?
fort and Pacific Landing-W J Verdler. C Dann, R
Small, T Hamilton. Mrs S P Runnels. S Drew, W J
Brodie, Clara Johnson, Mrs W J Verdler, R Thomp?
son, B B Sams, J G Barnwell, W Elliott. W D Han?
nifin, J Mead. J F L Fuller, I Reed, A Williams, R
Gleaves, L S Langley, and 2 on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
N Thompson, Eliza Thompson, C P Allston, Mrs A
P Allston, D L Pringle. Miss J Allston. J J Pringle
and wile. Miss C A Vaux, Miss A E Stoney, B H
Wilson, Col L P Miller, B A Cox, D A Nelson, Rev
H A C Walker, J G Murrell, B B Ward, S E Barn?
well, Miss Kate Hazzard. S M Klag, W C John?
ston, A G Trenholm, and 1 on deck.
CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 2
Steamship Champion, Lockwood. New York
left Saturday, P M. Mdse. To J Adger A co. J D
Aiken A co, Adams, Damon A co, G W Aimer, J
E Adger A co, C D Ahrens A co, J H Bolles, Boll
mann Bros, C Bart A co, E Bates A co, E E Bed?
ford, w s Blssell, T M Bristoll A co, F c Borner,
Dr H Baer, W M Hird A co, E F Benedikt, Beyer A
Kressell, Jr, W C Bee A co. G A Bowman, agent,
W H Ccafee A co, Clacius A Witte, T D clancy A
co, T M Cater, Cameron, Ba'kley A co, L Chap?n A
co. J B Duval A Son, R L David A co, H Daly, J M
Eason A Bro, Douglas A Miller, L Ellas, M Finley,
Foganis'? Book Store, Furchgott, Benedict A co,
J S Fairly A co, Fors vt he, Mc Co mb A co, D F Flem?
ing A co, Cou ie venter Bros, J Goroam, P L Gnllle
min, D Goldstein, H Gerdts A co Goodrich, Wine
man A co, J H Hillen, W Hunt, Holmes, Calder A
co. C Hickey, N A Hunt, H D Hawley, Hart A co,
A H Hay ken. J durkamp A co, Johnston, Crews
A co, C H Johnson, C Kerrison. Kinsman Bros, M
N Klein, Kinsman A Howell, Krlete A Chapman,
Kanapaux A Go zales, Kllnck, Wickenberg A co,
L Lorentz. C Litscbgl, Lau rey A Alexander, G J
Lnhn, J H Lopez, A Langer, Movey. Haynes A co,
Murpcy A Little, Mills House, Menke A Muller, S
Mernaugh. Mrs Mehrtens, W H Martin, Muller A
Witters, Mc Loy A Rice, J G Milnor A co, M H Na?
than, B K Neufvllle, B O'Neill, OstendorfT A co. D
O'Neill A Son, J C OJemann, E Perry. C P Poppen
helm, D Paul & co, Paul, Welch A Brandes, J R
Pringle A Son, Mrs Pillsbury, Palmetto Pioneer
Co-operative Association. Paul A Webb, J A Quack
enbush, Qninby A co, J Reils. Steamer Hancox. J
Steiner, U Stacklcj, bhackclford A Kelly, south?
ern Express Company, Steirens, Werner A Ducker,
W Shepherd A co. Captain U Spencer, S C Rail?
road Agent, D H Silcox, E B Stoddard A co. W J
Trim, A Tiefenthai, S Thompsoo, W Vince, F von
Sauten, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, Wagener A
Monsees. Mrs A Warren. W j Vates, and others.
Steamship Clyde, Hunter, New York-left 29th
ult. Mdse. To Wagner. HugerA co, W A Courte?
nay. J F O'Neill, D Pani A co, Steffens, Werner A
Ducker,- E E Bedford. J H Graver A co, H Bulwln
kle A co, J C Otjen, Kllnck, Wickenberg A co, J
R, O B A CO, P W. R L, S S B, W Hunt, M A W, W
H Chafee A co, A B, Kinsman A Howell, O E A A
S Johnson, B O'Neill. F von San ten, H Klatte &
co, H B A co, D Lopez A Son, McLoy A Rice, G W
Williams A co. Kinsman Bros, W B Pringle, D A
Amine, AB A co, M Drake, J Maloney, Krlete A
Chapman, J R Read A co. Johnston, Crews A co,
Stoll, Webb A co, E J Oliveros. Walker, Evans A
C gs well, Jeffords A ce, Palmetto Pioneer Co-ope?
rative Association. H Gerdts A co, Adams, Damon
A co, and S C Railroad Agent. '
Spanish bark Paquete de Cantabria. Onzaln,
Havana, for Santander-put In dismasted. Sugar
and logwood. To W p Han. Previously at Quar?
antine. Cn the tn sr OctoDcr, m mn n west of
Greenwich, lat 32. N, experienced a hurricane,
which washed a man overboard and threw the
bark on her beam ends, stove bulwarks, carried
away boat and everything movable on deck; suf?
fered other damage and had to cut away mam
and mizzen ma-1 to right the vessel; after which
the-weither moderated, made for Charleston, and
anchored near the bar on the 25th and was towed
f om there to Quarantine.
British brig Isidora, Griswold, Port au Prince
13 days to Quarantine. Logwood. ToJAEnsluw
A co. Bound to Boston. On Satnrday, October
22, lat 34.07, lon 75.38.. experienced a hurricane
from the north, in-; which Started deck load and
was dismasted: also Suffered, other damage.
Br g Mary E nana, O'Neill, Portland, Se-12
days. Hay, potatoes, apples, Ac. To T Tupper A
Son, P P foale, and W S Blssell.
Brig Abby Ellen, Foss, Baltimore-5 days. Gu?
ano. To J A Enslow A co, and Order.
Brig C V Williams, Thompson, Philadelphia-7
days. Coal. To H F Baker A co.
Sehr Mary Mankio, Halsey, Nassau, N P-12
days. Ballast. To J A Enslow A co.
Sehr Grace B West, Lord, New York-3 days.
Stores. To Street Bros A co, and V S Quarter?
master. . .
Sehr B H Jones, Davis, New Haven, Conn-6
?Bys. Salt. . To'lhe Etlwan Fertilizer Works.
?ehr Ann S Deas, ?arbattl. West Point Min.
78 tierces rice. - To. Ra vent-1 A co. 0 T Lowndes, J
R Pringle A Son, and Porcher A Henry.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Sly, Savannah via Beau?
fort and Pacific Landing. 10 bags sea island cot?
ton, and sundries To J D Aiken A co, H Green.
E B Stoddard A co, W Gurney, D W Jennings, and
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, a C. ll?
tierces rice, ll bales cotton, Ac. To Sbackelford
A Kelly, Brodie A co, Frost A Adger, G W Wil?
liams A co, J Isear, J R Pringle A Son, Thurston
A Holmes, Pinckney Bros, Terry A Nolan, Mrs D
? Huger. G H Locke, and H Deas.
Sloop Alice, Lopez, Ashepoo. 950 bushels rough
rice. To P G HaseU.
Boat from Christ Church, l bag sea Island cot?
ton. To P G HaseU.
Flat from james Island. 5 bags sea Island cot
|ton. To Fraser A DIU.
Boat from Toogoodoo. 4 bag i ses island cot?
ton. To WA Boyle.
Boat from Christ Church. 6 bags sea island
cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Ch arch. 2 bags sea island
cotton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Received from Chisolm's Ginning Mills. 3 bales
upland cotton. To P G HaseU.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York
-James Adger A co.
Steamship Hercules, Doughty, New York-W A
Steamship Falcon, Haynie, Baltimore -P C
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New York-W Roach A co.
Sehr Mary A Tyler, Tyler, Jacksonville, Fla-W
Roach A co.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York.
?fr am ship Hercules, Doughty, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Haynie, Baltimore.
Steamer Dictator, McMillan, Palatka via Jack?
sonville, Savannah, Ac
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Weybossett, Bulger, New York, No?
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York, Octo
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Emmre, Herring, from Philadelphia,
NEW YORB, November l-Arrived, the San Ja?
cinto. The steamer Huntsville, from -avannah,
reports: October 30. ten miles from the Frying
Pan Shoals, passed the steamer Hermann Living?
ston, steering south, with an unknown screw
steamer In tow.
The steamship Key West, from New York for
Charleston, previously reported ashore at Cape
Harteras, has broken in two. The wreckers are
saving what they can. She had Dot little cargo.
The vessel will be a total loss.
The sehr Ridgewood, Derricksen, from George?
town, S C, arrived at New York October 29.
LI8T OF VESSELS
OT, OL1ARKD AND SAILED FOR THIS FOBT.
The Heiress, Rea, salle?.August 29
Bark Benjamin Os s en a. Hill, sailed.October io
HALIFAX. N 3.
Br ship city of Halifax,-, sailed.... October 27
DOM E~8 TTC.
~ . NEW BIDFORD.
?car Emma Douglas, Ellis, sailed.October 23
Po.,. ? .. BUSTO!?.
Steamship Empire. Herrtmra?!!** ^."""^ "
Bark Korne, Otm. cleared rt^ll S
Behr John Shay, Fisher, np ;tSSSZ 2
Sehr E A Hooper. Champion, ciVared.*."^ o? S
Sehr L Warren, Roberts,* cleared.October 27
gOUTH CAROLINA INSTITUTE FAIR,
THE FAIR OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA INSTI?
TUTE will be held ia the spacious building erected
on the Washington Race Course, commencing on
TUESDAY, November l, and continuing daring the
week. The officers and Members hope that an av
traci Ive exhibition will be made,, comprising, be?
sides the usual articles of Machine- y, Agricultural
Implements, Mechanical Articles, Ac, Ac, also
Cattle, Horses, Poultry, Ac; Matches at Trotting
and Running wm probably be made, to exhibit the
qualities or the horses exhibited.
The hours or exhibition will be from 9 A. M. to
6 P. M., dally. The prices of admission are as
Season Tickets.1 dollar.
Saddle Horse.25 cents.
Vehicles drawn by one Horse.50 cents.
Vehicles drawn by two Horses.1 dollar.
The riders and persons m the vehicles will be re?
quired te pay as other visitors to the Fair.
Ticket admitting to the Piazza upon the roof
of the building, 25 cents. Pass tickets will not be
Persons desirous ef becoming Life Members may
bes?me so by application to the Secretary. A
Life Member's Ticket is $10.
Tickets can be procured at the stores of Messrs.
W. G. Wbilden A Co.; John Russell; and Holmes'
Book Store; and also at the gates.
The South Carolin a Railroad will run excursion
cars, hourly, to the Fair ground, as will appear by
A Band of Music will be constantly in the build?
ing. WILMOT G. DBSAUSSURE.
gOUTH CAROLINA ANSITTUTE FATE.
PROGRAMME FOR TUESDAY, 1ST NOVEMBER.
The gates will be opened at 9 o'clock every
morning during the week.
At io o'clock Horses of all kinds will be led out
by their grooms over such portion or the grounds
as the committee direct, for exhibition.
At 12 o'clock M., Horses entered for the trial or J
speed In harneas may exercise gently on the track
for one hour.
At 2 o'clock a mile heat for trotting in harness,
best two in three; purse fifty dollars. Five dol?
lars entrance, provided two or more enter.
A4 o'clock a dash or a mlle nader saddle; purse
fifty dollars. Five dollars entrance, provided two
or more enter.
At 5 o'clock a Donkey Race, or such other di?
version as the Committee on Amusements may
Persons intending to enter their horses for any
of the prizes will please leave their names, and
the names of their horses, in writing, at the Di?
rector's Room, In the Fair Building, a? early as
It is particularly requested that the Horses be
brought up promptly at the sound of the bugle.
J. D. AIKEN, Chairman,
F. F. CHAPEAU,
OC'Sl_EDMUND G. HOLMES.
?piAIR AND SOIREE
GERMAN LADIES' SOCIETY,
CONCERT ROOMS OF THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
MONDAY EVENING, October 31sf,
_&,\.TUM>4 7 EVENING, November 5tA,
UNDER THE GENEROUS PATRONAGE OF THE
Gen. J. A WAGENER, J. F. PICKEN,
Gen. JAMES SIMONS, JAMES SIMONS, JR.,
Capt. J. SMALL, RUDOLPH SI EGLING,
Capt. H. GERDTS, W. LA IDLER,
Capt. S. LORD, JB., J. H. MURRELL.
Capt. A. M EL CHE RS J. H. DEVEREUX,
Capt. D. WERNER, J. P. O'NEILL,
Capt. F. W. WAGENER, Colonel T. Y. SIMONS,
Capt. THEO. CORDES, Dr. 0. F. PANKN1N,
Capt. A. STE M MERMAN, Dr. H. BARR,
Capt. J. H. ALBERS. Dr. A W. ECKEL,
C. 0. WITTE, J. H. STEINMBYBR,
JOHN KLINCK, H. LKIDING, .
JOHN H UR KAMP, C. CLAGIUS,
B. BOLLMANN, G. W. WITTE,
H. BISCHOFF, C. D. AHRENS,
J. D. GEDDINGS, P. J. COOGAN,
H. STENDER, H. HASTEDT,
JOHN CAMPS EN, A. TIEFENTHAL,
O. WIETBRS, C. H. BEHRB,
A. BISCHOFF, C. H. ELENORE,
C. F. STRECK FUSS, C. LILIENTHAL,
H. KLATTV. C. AMME,
J. M. OSTENDORFF, J. KNOBELOCH,
E. H. STELLING, H. BUL WIN RLE, Sr.,
C. WULBURN, C. D. "BRAHE,
F. D. a KRACKE, N. F. DEVEREUX,
J. GRAVES, JAMBS M EA SON,
A F. STELLLNG, li 0. BL?M;
Capt. F. W. DAWSON, G. S. HACKER.
Dr. W. G. TROrr, DR. W. C. HORLBEOK,
Capt. F. MELCUKRS, Capt P. TECKLENBEBG.
Bluets of Invitation (50 cents each) may also be
F. VON S ANTEN, Esq., No. 229 King street.
WM UFFERHARDT, Esq., corner King and Mar?
Messrs. MELCBERS A MULLER, No. 215 King
Mr. W. A. MERTENS, No. 282 King street.
GEO. H. LINDSTEDT, Esq., corner King and
WM. S EM KEN, Esq., corner King and Spring
J. HEESEMAN A BRO., No. 321 King streets.
D. A AMME, Esq., corner Meeting and Market
E. F. TORCK, Esq., corner Queen street and
N. BEHREN BACH, Esq, No. C Broad street.
The ladles have entrusted the arrangements to
the following gentlemen:
C. VOIGT, G. LOG EMA N,
J. H. KALB. E.G. SOBLEPEGRELL,
F. WEHMANN, F. VoN SATEN,
W. UFFERHARDT, W. S RM KEN,
J. C. H. CLAUSSEN, J. HAESLOOP,
J. HEESEMANN, D. A AMME,
J. P. MERKHARDT, G. H. LINDSTEDT,
J. RR]LS, F. PUCKHABER,
F. J. LILIENTHAL, N. FEHRENBACTH,
F. B. PLOBGER, E. J. H. FISHER.
L. MULLER, W. STENDER,
J. KLA TTE, W. MICHAELIS,
L. MUELLER, A. KRAEMER,
F. G. GEKARD, R. HEISSER,
J. F. LILIENTHAL. J. BOESOH.
J. H. M. OSTENDORFF, U. BOECSH,
A. W. RIECK E, J. AMME.
COMMITTEE POR HALL.
Messrs. CLAUSSEN, UFFERHARDT and VON
COMMITTEE FOR MUSIC.
Messrs. WALTJEN, KLATTE and MUELLER.
Doors open at 6 o'clock P. M. Soiree closes at
12 o'clock M.
MRS. D. A. AMME, President.
MRS. F. WEB MANN, Secretary.
MRS. J. N. BOESCH, Treasurer.
JpRENCH PATENT MEDICINES.
Prepared by Grlmault A Co., Pans :
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHATE OF LIME, a BOV
erign remedy in phthisis-relieves, Goughs,
Guaran?, lor headache, neuralgia, Ac
Pepsine, for indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac
Iodized Syrup of Horseradish, invaluable foi
persons nuable to take OodUver Oil-especially
recommended m cutaneous affections, and as a
most powerful depurativo.
Matlco Capsules and Ma tico Injection, a sure,
quick and harmless remedy.
Digestive Lozenge? or the Alkaline Lactates, a
pleasant and effective remedy for functional de?
rangement of the digestive organs.
Troches of Pepsine and Paucreatlnc
PURGATIF LE ROY. Pharmacie G?ttin,
VOMITIF LE ROY, Pharmacie Coi tia.
Dragees de Sautonlve.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot'? Asthma Cigarettes.
For sale by Dr. H. BASK,
mayao Ka 181 Meeting strAst.
y O E N E TV Y O R K
ON TH?ESDAY, NOVEMBER 3D, AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New fron Side Wheel Steam?
ship SOUTH CAROLINA will sall for New York
on THURSDAY, November Sd, at 4 o'clock, P. M.,
from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves, connecting with
Day Passenger Trains from columbia and Au?
gusta, arri vlag at half-past 8 P. M.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line M per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
OR NEW YORK.
ON SATURDAY, 5TH NOVEMBER, AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK
OLD LINE NEW YORK AND CHARLES
ESTABLISHED 1 846.
The superior Side-wheel Steamship CHAMPION.
R. W. Lockwood, Commander, will leave Adger's
Wharf as above.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAM KS AOUER A Cf'., Agentii.
?-The CHARLESTON will follow, on TCES
DAT, November 8th, at 6 o'clock P. M.
JP O R PHILADELPHIA.
THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLY.
The Screw Steamship
wm be dispatched for Philadelphia on ^fjjgfife
SATURDAY, 6th November, at 4 o'clock SAIGUS
P. M., from Brown's North Wharf.
^Through Bills LadlBg will be issued to BOB
- ton and New York.
Cotton rate to Philadelphia Kc per pound; Rice
$1 60 per cask; Rosin 40c per barrel.
For Freight engagements only, spply to
WM. A. COURTENAY,
nov2-4_No. l Union Wharf.
PACIFIC MALL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LISS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FAR ESjG HEATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pler^fjMfc
No. 42, North River, foot of CanalJ?JBSK
street, N?w York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 4th
and 20th of every month (except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the Saturday preced
Lpariarc of th? 20th connect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacific and Central Am erl eau
ports. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and Ohma October 1, 1870.
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 other information applj
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street, North River. New
\ ort. (F. R- BABY, Agent.
miMETABLE OP STEAMER "ARGO,"
_L FOR NOVEMBER,'W70.
FOR EDISTO, ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE, Ac.,
ON TUB-DAYS-ED ?ST?. ENTERPRISE, Ac,
. ON FRIDAYS-INLAND ALL THE WAY.
The Steamer "ARGO" will re- - . ?JT^w
celve Freight, as above, at South A^^^gBBKt
1 antic Wharf, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and
leave as follows:
Tuesday, 1st, l P. M Wednesday, 2d, ll A M
Friday, 4th, 2PM Saturday, 6th, i P M
Tuesday, stn, 0AM Wednesday, Oth, 2& A M
Friday, 11th, 8 A M Saturday, 12th, o A M
Tuesday, 16th, ll A M!Wednesday,I6th, 9tf AM
Friday, 18th, 2 P M Saturday, 10th, 12 M
Tuesday, 22d, 6AM Wednesday. 23d, 2* P M
Friday, 26th, iii A M Saturday, 20th. 7AM
Tuesday, 29th, lix A M Wednesday, 30th, 9AM
Freight received until one hour before leaving,
but none after sunset.
DOUGLAS NISBET, AgentA
Office on Accommodation Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
JIREIGHT AND PASSAGE REDUCED.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON LINE
FOUR TIMES A WEEK TO AND FROM
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for
Savannah every MONDAY, at 8 A. M.,_
DICTATOR leaves charleston for savanna
every TUESDAY, at 8 P. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Charleston for Savannah
every THURSDAY, at 8 A. M.
CITY POINT leaves Charleston for Savannah
every FRIDAY, at 8 A. M.
PILOT BOY leaves Savanah for Charleston
every TUESDAY, at 7 A. M.
CITY POINT leaves Savannah for Charleston
every WEDNESDAY, at 8 A M.
PILOT BuY leaves Savannah for Charleston
every FSJDAY, at 7 A. M.
> DIi.'TATOR leaves Savannah for Charleston
every 8OKDAY. at 8 A. M.
The PILOT BOY will stop at Pacific Landing,
Beaufort and the usual Landings on the Inside
route both ways, and go through by daylight.
Freight received at Central Wharf every day
and stored free of expense.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
oct28 Central Wharf.
OR P LORID
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE 8T. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ ,?TPTj??
George E. McMillan, will salt fr- HEB-C
Central Wharf for above points every TDBBDAY
EVENINO, at 8 o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will Ball from Central Wharf for above points
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving
back at Charleston WXONSSDAY AFTERNOON, at 6
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, including
meals and berth, $8.
J. D. AIKEN A CO., AgentB,
octio_Nc 6 Central Wharf.
"^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARI EN AND
The favorite Steamer
ELIZA H -A. TV C O X ,
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at South Allan- ?
tlc wharf for above points ewrv^????pL
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY MORN
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Danen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or pasaagj^w
sepio No. 177 East Bay.
The first-class British Ship J. C. BOYN?
TON, Captain A. Waycott, having herbal-_
1 .st freight on board, ls now ready to receive car?
go, and will load wlih dispatch for the above port.
For balance of Freight engagement, apply to
BOV2 HENRY CARD, Agent.
THREE HONORED BALES WANTED.
The first-class Ship WM. H. MOODY,
Hilton. Master, wants 300 bales Cotton ^aa
to complete cargo.
For engagements apply to
J. A. EN8L0W A CO.,
Oct 28_No. 141 East Bay
.pOR LIVERPOOL-FIRST VESSEL.
THREE HUNDRED BALES TO FILL UP.
The Al British Bark SISTERS, Nairn, Mas?
ter, having two-thirds of her cargo engaged J
and going on board, will take the above quantity
of Cotton, and sall with dispatch.
For freight engagements, apply to
oct25 STREET BROTHERS A CO.
The small Al American Barque SHARPS
BURG, Rogers, Master, having three-fourths :_
of her cargo engaged, will be dispatched for the
For Freight engagements, apply to
STREET BROTHERS A GO,,
No. 74 East Bay, or
octlS BAGGETT A CO., Atlantic Wharf.
pOB LIV S-R POOL.
The American Ship TRANQUE BAR, Can- Jk?
tain Haward, ls now loading, and will beSBflt
promptly dispatched 'or the above port.
For freight engagements, apply to
C. N. HUBERT,
octl8-12_No. 12 East Bay.
TheAl British Bark RANGER, Doty, M??- ?a,
ter,havlng the greater part of her cargo en-'SS?t
gaged.wui be promptly leaded for the above pon.
For balance of Freight, apply to
B. S. RHETT A SON.
ocfl7-mwf8 No. 32 East Bay.
SCHEDULE MOUNT PLEASANT AND
SULLIVAN'S ISLAND FERRY, D?RING
THE FAIR WEEK.
The following Schedule will be
observed during Fair Week: .
Leave City at io A. M., S and 6 P. M.
Leave Mount Pleasant at 8 and ll? A. M., and
4 ? P. M.
Leave City at 10 A. M., 8 and 5 P. M.
Leave Sullivan's Island at 7? and ll? A. M.,
and 4? P. M.
H0V2-1* J. H. MURRAY, Agent.
OR FORT SUMTER
The Steamer POCOSIN, Captain
W. H. Gannon, wUl leave as above,,_
dally, during the Fair, from Market Wharf, at
quarter past 12 o'clock, and return at quarter-past
2 o'clock. J. H. MURRAY,
Clotlfing ano inrmarjing (8)0000.
SCOTT .s SCOTT'S
SCOTT'S 'STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTTS STYLES SCOTTS
SCOTTS STYLES SC0TT8
SCOTT'S STYLES SCOTT'S
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER;
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
FALL AND WINTER
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS
IMMENSE STOCK OF
PAPER COLLARS, CHAMPION BRACE?,
STAR SHIRTS, UNDERSHIRTS,
SOCKS, CALL DRAWERS,
SCARFS. AND 8EE CANES,
CANES, TEEM. SCARFS,
UNDERSHIRTS. STAR SHIRTS.
CHAMPION BRACES, PAPER COLLARS,
IN .GREAT VAVIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
IN GREAT VARIETY
SCOTTS STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
oe ts Opposite the Market.
LAWTON 4 CO
NEW CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING.
We open the season with an entirely NEW
STOCK OF CLOTHING, of all grades, and Furnish?
Styles the most Elegant
Stock the Freshest
Prices most Economical
Variety the Largest.
SPECIALTIES IN CLOTHING.
GARRICKS AND OVER SACKS
The Prince of Waies Frock
Thc Derby Sack
The American Walking Coat
Very Low-Priced Business Suits.
SPECIALTIES IN FURNISHING GOODS.
Umbrellas and Canes
Truuks and Travelling Bags
Toilet Articles and Notions
English Driving Gloves
Reynler's Dog Gloves
Garner's Kid Gloves
The Kensington Scarf
The Vernon Scarf
The Temptation Scarf
The Russian Braces
The Guyot Braces.
And, a full Btock of ENGLISH AND DOMESTIC
UNDER GARMENTS, White Sturts, Neglige Shirts,
Linen and Paper Collars, English and German
Half Hose, Linen and Silk Handkerchiefs, Gloves,
and Neck wear of every description.
?-PRICES ALWAYS UNIFORM.
GOODS MARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES.
J. H. LAWTON & CO.,
MA CU LLAR, WILLIAMS A PARKER,
CORNER OP KING AND MARKET STREETS,
oct2l Charleston, S. C., fmw
g OU T HERN DYE HOUSE.
? new FRENCH DYE HOUSE has been opened
at No. 369 King street, where DYEING In all col?
ors, and Cleaning of all kinds ls done at the
shortest notice and la the best style.
BLASCO W, BILLER t CO.,
No. 359 King street, near corner George street,
(gHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADLES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and at
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHAT.T., Barber,
Broad street, next door to Telegraph o Eoe,
T. "":7 T'?" . ' '..l.^'irP1^ ?^??fy ~;~?' "-TT? S
?j H E A P D E: JT' ' 6 ' 0 '0_T^ ' ^J
. . -. - Y L a .; ?AX -t* '. -t?r
SXOUI<, WEB '33 ? ? CO;,
,; . .. ..' . ... :?...;;.... '.rf;-, J j.i'? ? ???wT.
Nos. 987 and 289 King. Street.
One case DRESS GOODS at 12? cents
One case Plain Poplins at 25 cents . . " "
Two cases Plain and Figured Poplins at 30,36,40 and 60 cents
4-4 Ottoman Cloth, all colors, at $1 per yard
Fignred Ottoman Cloths at 86 cents
Superior Silk and Wool Poplins at $i and $160 per yard
Empress Cloths at C6 cents to $1
French Merinoes at 86 cents to $125.
Pin in Wool Delaines, all colors.
DOMESTIC rG..O;;.;0.'-I> . S
One case, Fast colors, PRINTS at io cents ,
Two cases, best mate, Prints at 12? cents -?? *. >
One case Domestic Gingham at 12? and 16.cents ' ! "
3^, 7-8 and 4-4 Brown Shirting . '. ""
3-4,7-8 and 4-4 Longcloth at 8 to 25 cents ' " 'm
io and 11-4 Bleached and Brown Sheetings.
ALSO, A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF '
: ; ; ' . e fed m?f? .
BLANKETS, in White and Colored
White,Bed and Blue Flannels :r . ?: ... ."
Opera Flannels, all colors
Shawls,Cloaks .. J.
Hosiery, Gloves, Lace Gooda, Ac, Ac. : -y
All of which will be sold at the lowest prices, at r
STOLL, WEBB & CO.,
sep28 No. 287 and 289 KING STREET.
tJatcrjrs, Jemclrn, &t.
yrpU??U. G. WHILDEN 4 CO.
Have on hand a largo and handsome stock of
PLATED . WARE,
AND FANCY GOODS,
And arc now receiving their FALL STOCK, which
bas been recently selected from the best manu?
Their stock of goods, of direct importation,
FIN?: CHINA DINNER AND TEA SETS,
CUT GLA-S DECANTERS,
Is complete, which they offer at reduced prices,
in accordance with the low price of Geld.
visitors to the city are requested to call and in?
spect their stock.
28? KING STREET,
WM. G.* WHILDBN, STEPHEN THOMAS, Ju.,
mchlO WM. S. L ANN EAU. fcmos
jyjONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICELESS!
The DIAMOND GLASSES, manufactured by J. E.
SPENCER A CO., New York, which are now offered
to the public, are pronounced by all the celebrated
Opticians of thc world to be the most Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial help to the human eye ever known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal .Pebbles, melted together,
and derive their name, "Diamond," on account
of their hardness and brilliancy.
Tho scientific principle on which they are con?
structed brings the core or centre of the lens di?
rectly In front of the eye, producing a clear and
distinct vision, as in the natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others in use.
They are mounted In the finest manner, in
frames of the best quality, of all materials used
for that purpose. Tuelr finish and durability can?
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearing their
trade mark stamped on every frame.
No. 307 King street.
oct3l-mw8iyr_ Charleston, S. C.
?tactjirurg, Castings, &t.
JjJ"EETING STREET FOUNDRY
THIS ESTABLISHMENT IS NOW FURNISHING THU IM?
MoGARTHY COTTON OIN,
STEAM ENGINES. AND BOILERS,
Of varions sizes, on hand.
Improved Vertical and Horizontal Corn Mus,
Sugar Mills, Sugar Boilers and Pans, of all
Horse-Powers and Gin Gearing, from 0 to 16 feel
Improved Lever Cotton Presses, for Hand, Power,
Saw and Rice Mills.
Machinery and Castings of all descriptions made
Particular attention paid to House Fronts and
Castings for Buildings, Gratings, Cistern Covers,
Sash weights, Ac, Ac
WILLIAM S. HENERET,
MACHINIST AND POUNDER,
NO. 314 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, ? 2.
A FULL ASSORTMENT just received by
DE. H. BAER,
'alys No isl Meeting street.
#0010. 01)0*0, &t.
O'NEILL A SONS,..
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TB UN KS?
.Ur.- ' . . .. .: ti! 'i'- u'J?W* ..?wn?
. :v.-, ? . Int .* -tunah :--.y
No. 33 HAYNE STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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Especial attention will be given to orders from
Teachers io the country. .u/.ts -.
A complete catalogue of School Boohs, with the
prices attached, wlllbe sent free on application.
CATALOGUE No. 48. . : t .
BEAUTIFUL THOUGHTS, from Greek anthon,
with English Translations and Lives of the
authors, with English Index; also refer*
enees to parallel passages from the Scrip?
tures, Latin and English authors, by C. Tait
Ramage, LL. D. $3.
Beautiful Thoughts, from French and Italian au?
thors. $3 60.
Beautiful Thoughts, from German and Spanish
Beautiful Thoughts, ft om Latin authors. $8 60.
Memoir of Wm. Elierry Channing, with Extract*
from his Correspondence, Ac. 2 vola. I8 60.
Memoirs, of the Lue* and Writing? ef Thome*
Chalmers, B. D., LLD, by bis son-in-law, the
Rev. Wm. Hanna, 4 vols. Edinburgh edL.
The Early Years of Christianity, by E. De Pre?
sense, D.D., translated by Annie Harwood.
The Apostolic Era. $1.76.
Days in North Lidia, by Norman Macleod, editor
of "Good Worda." Illustrated. $2. '
The Poultry Book, comprising the Breeding and
Managemen, of Profitable and Ornamental*
Poultry, their qualities and characteristics,,
by W. B. Tegelmeter, F. R.s., with colored
Illustrations, by Harrison Wier, and numer?
ous wood engravings. $9.
The Pleasures of Old Age, from the French of
Emile SoBvestre. $2.
The Books of Shakespeare Gems, in a series of
landscape illustrations of the most Interest?
ing localities of shakespeare's dramas, mo?
rocco cloth, gilt. $4.
Knight's Half Hours with the best Letter Writers
and Autobiographers. 2 vols. $o.
The Rudiments of Colors and of Coloring, with
the nature of Pigments; for the nae of deco?
rative artists, painters, Ac, by Geo. Fields;,
revised and re written by Mallet. $2. v
The Godey's Lady's Book Receipts and Household
Hints, arranged by Mis. Frost. $2.
PariB m December, 1861, or, the Coup d'etat ol
Napoleon- HI, by Eugene "Jen o t. $2 60.
Lighthouses and Lightships, a descriptive and
historical account of their mode of construc?
tion and organizion, by W. H. D. Adams;
profusely illustrated. $ i 60.
The Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of
Man, with remarks < n theories of the origin,
of species by variation, by Slr Charles Lyell,
F. R.S.; illustrated. $3.
Fisk's Manual of Classical Literature, from the
German of J. J. Eschenburg. $4.
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MW Persons residing in the country will please
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for any books published In America, they will be-,
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the postage or express.
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AGRICULTURAL WORKS, Af
THE PARKS, PROMENADES AND GARDENS OT
PARIS, Illustrated. 1 voL, 8vo.
Curtis's Farm Insects, with Colored Plates. 1 vol.,
Stephine's Book of the Farm. 2 vols.. 8vo.
Insect Enemies of Fruit and Fruit Trees, by Trim
Vlele's Six Lectures on Agriculture
Wright's 3000 Receipts.
Youatt on the Dog, edited by Lewis.
McClure's Diseases, American Stable, Field andi
Farm Yard. .
Stonehenge: The Horse m the Stable and theTf
American Gardiner's Assistant-Bridgman, revis?
ed by Todd.
Bridgman's Kitchen Gardener, a new edition.
Culture of the Grape and Winemaklng, by Robt.
Buchanan, with an Appendix on the Cultiva?
tion of the Strawberry, by Longworth.
Downlng's Landscape Gardening, Illustrated.
Farmer's Barn Book, by Cater, Tonatt, Skinner
Gleanings from French Gardening, by Robinson.
Henry Connland, or What a Farmer Can Do, b**
A. J. Cline
Leavitt: Facts about Peat, as an Article of FueL
The Sportsman and the Dog. 1 vol., 12m o.
Woodward's Graperies and Horticultural Build?
The House: A New Manual of Rural Architecture,
or How to Build Dwellings, Barns, Stables ana
Outbuildings of all kinds. /
The Garden: How to Cultivate Vegetables, Fruits
The Farm: A New Manual of Practical Agricul?
The Barn-Yard: A New Manual of Cattle, Hone:
and Sheep Husbandry.
Warina, a Draining for Profit and Health.
Wheeler's Rural Homes.
Wheeler's Homes for the People.
White's Gardening for the South.
Woodward's Country Homes.
Farm Talk (Bracken.)
Fuller's Forest Tree Culturiat.
Jennings on Cattle
Jennings on the Horse and his Diseases.
May he w's illustrated Horse Management.
McMahon's American Gardener.
Norrifl'a Fish Culture.
The Horse (Stonehenge} English edition, 3va,
The Mule (RUey.)
Thomas's Fruit Culturiat.
JOHN RUSSELL, A
may4 Ho. S?3 Krna