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Soft waves of warm brown nair,
With gold lights shining through,
Shading a face as sweetly fair t .
As ever Taney framed in air,
As ever painter drew.
Sweet spirit, frank and true,
With love, with kindness rife;
What tender heart but to tnee drew !
What kindly eye but In thee knew
. The sunshine of our life :
Sweet Sprlnsr, bright Summer pa-.t,
And Autumn come again;
The west-wind's spoils ?ejailing fast
What ls our change brought witti that blast !
Why fal! :ur tears like rain?
Only a new-turned heapc
One little grave, new ma le.
Bare ls the earth o'er which we weep;
Never a flower to pluck and keep,
Never a grassy blade.
Silence, where late waa mirth;
One mother's heart h. AIM i ven;
One vacant seat beside a hearth ;
One loving spirit less on earth;
Ose angel more In heaven !? *
NBW YORE-Per ateamship Georgia-1677 bales
upland cotton. 79 bag* sea island cotton, 84 bales
domestics, 1591 s rice, 360 bois naval stores, 123
pkgs sundries. _ , ,
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-129
bales cotton, ll tierces rice, 795 bbls naval Blores,
and 195 packages sundries.
BzporU of thc Week ending Nov'bcr 9.
LrvsRPOOL-Per ship Reunion-3631 balea up?
land cottony.Per Norw bark Draupner-l^i
bales upland cotton.
A PORT IN GRXAT BRITAIN-Per Br bark Victory
-541 bbis spirits turpentine, 1050 bbls rosin.
BOSTON-Per prig "Vinnie Abbe-315 tons phos?
phate rock, 113 bales upland cotton, 200 barrels
tosi?, 50 casks clay.Per sehr Chas Comery
120.000 feet pms limber.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Jas Adger-58 bags
?ea ls'.an d and 1114 bales upland cotton, 102 bales
domestics, 789 packages oil cake, and pkgs sun?
dries.Per steamship South Carolina-186
bags,fea island cotton, 1804 bales upland cotton,
96 tierces rice, 98 bales domestics, Ac, loo bbls oil,
60 pkgs ott cake, 304 okgs dried f. ult, 100 pkgs sun?
dries, and 2 carriages_Per ateamship Manhat?
tan-97 baga sea Island, 1295 bales upland cotton,
10 tes rice. 58 bales domestics, 138 empty bbls, and
86 packages.Per sehr Jonas smith-118,030
feet timber, 92.no feet plank.
PHILADELPHIA.-Per steamship Gulf Stream
114 bales cotton, 59 tierces rice, 764 bbls naval
?tores, 286 bales domestics and eoods, 50 bbls
floor, loo bags cocoanuts, 128 packagea old Iron,
smd 91 packagea sundries,
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-150 tierces
rice, 704 bales cou rn, 30 bales domestics, 365
bags phosphate, 353 bus rosin, 33,00) feet lum?
ber, 6 balee and 4 hhdB hides, 13 'bags dried rm -,
and sundries.Per sehr John s Lee-140/0"
feet lumber....Per sehr Matoaka- IKLOM feet of
Nsw ORLEANS-Per steamship Tappahannock
880 tea rice, 50 sacks corn, 47 aacks peas, 26 sackB
floor, 26 sacks cow feed.
WILMINGTON, DBL-FT sehr John Shay-440
- tona phosbphate rock.
.Bat CREEK, S C-Par ?ehr Carrie S Webb-770
pigs mdse rrom Sen York.
Th? Charleston AUurket.
POB TBS WEEK ENDINO THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9.
'THE CROPS.-The psst week has generally been
-dry, somewhat cool, but it lias failed to reach the
frost point, and has cont inned pro, liions for se
oaring and maturing cotton, closing, however,
with a mc derate rain. The delay tn reaching
cold weather, and tue protracted good harvest
time, Bhpnld have a favorable effect on the cotton
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton port i
for the week up to Friday laatjajrere 96,078 bales,
in contrast with 93,969 balea the week before, and
106,406 bales f r the time the year -previous. At
Hew Orleans the receipts were 25,676 bales, in
contrast with 80,266 la?t season. The total sup?
plies ai the cotton pom from September l, 1871,
ap to the latest dates, ? ere 559,866 bales, against
631,373 bales last year, showing a decrease of
72,007 bales. The arrivals at the principal Sauth
?ju marketa from September l, 1871, ap to the
latest dates, as compared with the year before,
were ss follow?:
Brew Orleans, November 8.156,576 168,8.0
Hob tie, No vernor 8.64,015 re 399
- Savannah, > o ve mb er ft.110,819 192.069
Charleston, November 8 .74.595 103,266
Galveston, November 8 . 47,007 14.997
Horfoifc, November 8_.70,096 45,811
Wilmington. November 8...-.16,183 20537
Other ports, November 8..21,676 21,474
Total bales.569,308 631,373
Total decrease to date. 72,007
The receipts of cotton at the principal Southern
markets. from November 2 to November 8, 1871,
Inclusive, as reported by telegraph, were as fol
tows. This Includes all points but"b ver land:
Bf JW ORLEANS
Nov 2..5306.No? 3..68011
HOV 4.2036.NOV 6..3245 126,494
HOV 7.6634.Nov 8.3972 J
Th? arrivals tor the week last year were..84,122
' NOV 2.1754.Nov 3...*..13461
HOV 4.1399..Nov 6.315? J-11,500
Hov 2.3349.NOV 3.34191
Hov 4..2702.NOV 6 .466)f 20,615
Hov 7.S400.Nov 8.3185}
Hpv 2..1773.NOV 3.1616)
Nov 4..911.Nov 6.3437 110,67
Nov 7.1460."..Nov 8......1475 J
La t year.13,C05
Hov 2.. 562........Ko* 3..10931
Hov 4 . 638.NOV 6. 907 V 6,138
Hov 7.1085.N?V 8. 853 J
Last year. 5,207
Hov 2.1784.Nov 3.1377 J
Nov 4.1637.Nov 6 . 2433 HO.097
Howl.159J.NOV 8.1221 J
Hov 2. 107. To? 3.1131
Hov 4..109.OV 6..',... 473}- 1,431
Hov 7. 37,3_NOV 8.266"J
Total this year....*..86.C07
Total last year.109,309
The stock of the article m sight at the latest
dates was as followa:
Stock m Liverpool..bales...517,too 463.000
Stock ld London.111,924 3i,73l
?stock in Gia-gow. 200 1,800
Stock in Havre.118.470 95,350
Stock In Marseilles. 19.300 10.500
Stock in Bremen...24,713 10,47
StooR rest of Continent.100,000 20,b00
Ado&t for Great Britain (Amer?
ican,). 67,000 80.000
Afloat for France (American
and Brazil,). 20,673 1.401
Afloa- for Bremen (American).
Total Indian cotton afloat for
RUT OP?.....3S1.0C8 193,213
Stock lu United Mates porta_260,444 253,734
Stock ia the interior towns. 63,98 i 43 243
Increase of stock ta aight. 449,583
The receipts at this port tor the week just ter?
minated were 434 bags of sea islands and Flori?
das, and 10,133 bales of uplands, against 287 bags
of sea islands apd Floridas and 11,329 bales of up?
lands the week before, and 288 bags of sea islands
and Floridas and 15,190 bales of uplands for the
per*id last 3 ear. These supplies came as follc ws:
Say of uplands per South Carolina RaUro.d
8371 bales, Northeastern Railroad 1298. Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad -, Santee 5,
Peedee 402, Christ Church 2, wrecked cotton from
the ccast of Florida loo, F.ortda io. or sea 11
islands: Northeastern Railroad 17, Christ cburch
47, Janus Island 52, Edtsto 122, Wadmalaw 1, j 1
Joan's Island 31, Beaufort 88, St mo 5, Florida, I
THE COITOS MARKET.-The market fer this 11
staple bas Atowa slightly fluctuating features dur?
ing this f/cnod, the receipts from day to day, as j J
they mx.y be heavy or light, imparting a weak or
atrong-aftaracter to the article, and causing limit?
es, ch urges to rates; prices tn the foreign market,
whlca opened at 9>id, receded to 9J?d H rh for ?
mid Jung uplands; at New York the quotations J
were at 18? to 18>?@18>? eta, while at this point J
middling uplands have generally ruled at ns? (
ITXC**. Tne tranaacUons and prices at Liver- t
pool rod New Yoik for this period were as fol
lows: Qa Friday, November 3, the former was dull,
uplands ?;<<!, sales 10,000 bales; the latter was
tending dowi* at 18>ic, sales 2080 bales. ^at
?rday, the foi mer was heavy, uplands 9Xd, Bales
?ooo hales; tbe latter was weak and, Romlnal at
18#@i8>ic, sales 2500 bales. On Mondsy the for
mer was quiet and steady, uplands 9K<% sa
10,000 baie:: the latter WAS arm, uplands 18?
sales 2044 baies. On Tuesday the former was qo
and steady, uplands 9Kd, B?les 10,000 bales;
the latter business was suspended. On Wedfn
day the former waa heavy, uplands 9??d, sa
10,000 bales; the latter was dui! at l8Kc sales3
bales. Yesterday the former was quiet and stea
at s.Kd, sa!e9 lo;ooo bales; the latter was q-ilet
The ea: s and prices of the article lu this m
ket for the week under review were as fellow
On Friday, November 3, there was a moder
demand from buyers at easier figures and facto
to effect sales, had to submit to a partial dec:
or about Kc fi-ft; sal*?s 8:0 bales, ordinary
good or?lnary being quoted at 15@I7KC, ii
middling 17K. mUdling 1TK@IT.;,', strict ra
dllog 17K@l7Kc fl lb. On Saturday lhere vi
rather a steady Inquiry, the market occasions
showing an easier tendency, but underwent
important change- sales 700 bales, ordinary
good ordinary being quoted at 15@17>?C, Ww m
17& middling lTj?QlTX, strict middling 17*
I7?*c fi lb. On Monday there was a steady 1
qulry with a limited offering stock, the marl
showing a firmer tendency, with a partial I
provement of Kc fi lb in some cases; sale) 7
bales, ordinary to good ordinary being qaoed
15@17K. low middling lTJfi middling 17K@17
and strict middling l7Kc ? lb. On Tuesd
there was a steady demand at full and somewh
Armer figures; sales looo bales, ordinary to go
ordinary being quoted at l5@l7Kc low mid-ill
ITXQUXi middling 17X, strict mlddllog 17Xc
ft. On Wednesday the article was quiet with
somewhat easier tendency ; sales soo bales, on
nary to good ordinary being quoted at I5@17x
low middling 11K, middling ITJf, strict ml
diing 17\c fi Bi. Yesterday there was a med?
ate demand, prices being slightly in buyers rave
salas 700 bales, viz : 6 at 16K, 34 at 17, 4S at IT;
53 at 17.K. 330 at 17K. 40 at 17K, 13 > at l7;\<c. '
Ordinary to good ordinary.15 @17K
Strtc: midd.log..17\@ -
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-There have been got
supplies of ttys quality of the staple coming fo
ward during *his tl ne, the arrivais of Carolin!
and floridas amounting to a^out 454 bags. Ther
waa rather less activity in the Inquiry during
part of . this period, buyers apparently loidin
orr, out lt had no perceptible Influence on price
and a lair- demand prevailed since, with stead
rates for medium to fine grades. Sales wei
about 230 bags of Carolinas and Floridas, arnon
which were, say of Carolinas 5 at 62,2 at 77,161
??0, 2 at 82. 12 at 83, 33 at 85, 5 at 90, 3 at 95, 3 I
<1, 6 at $1 os, l at $l 15. Of Floridas, 13 at 40,4 :
4 ., 8 at 60, 3 at 65. 4 at 70. ''? *
Bies;.-The arrivals of Carolina rough wei
moderate, say about 25,000 bnshels for this timi
This grain has been in good demandr at Orme
prices, the market ah .wing a hardening tendet
cy, witb sales or about looo tierces ot clean Caro
lina, among which were 80 tierces inferior at y<
5?, 13 at ?Ki 15 at 6, 30 at 61;, 7aat 'H. 6 at 6X
42 at 6 9-16, 310 at 6K. 148 at 6K. 20 at 6 1316, S
at 6X> 138 at7, 95 at rs-. We quote common t
fair at e@6K1 good 6K@7Kc <p tb.
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals of these article
'were in moderate way, say abont 2500 bbis, c
all descriptions. There has bees a fair tnqulr
for rosins at full rates, while spirits turpentln
has been quie?. and with but little doing. Th
transactions for the week were a? follows: Ol
Friday, November 3, sales of rosins 542 bbls; sa;
18 bois extra No. 1 at $7 25, 89 No. 1 at $6 75, 4
low No l at $6.140 extra No. 2 at $4, 98 No. 2 a
ti 20, 60 bbls low No. 2 at $la4 10, OS bbls No. 3 a
$3 90-no sales spirits. On Saturday, Novembei
4, there were no sales reported. On Monday, No
vember 6, there was nothing doing. On Tuesday
November 7, sales of rosins 600 bbls, viz , io bbl?
extra No. 1 at $7 25, 35 bbls extra No. 2 at $4 60
95 Ko. 2 at tl 20, 125 low No. 2 at $4 10, 331 No. :
at $4-spirits turpem ice was held at 64c, withou
salea On Wednesday, November 8 sales 616 bbb
rosin, say 3 bbls pale at $7 7S, 83 extra No. 1 ai
$7 25 60 bbls No. 1 at $6 75, 28 bbls low No. 1 at
$6, 38 extra No. 2 ht $4 60, 92 No. 2 at $4 20, 2? lon
No. 2 at S4 10,191 bbls No. 3 at $4-no sales Bplrlti
turpentine. On Thursday, November 9, there wai
buta Hilted ausloess at unchanged rates, sa j
303 bbls No. 2 and extra No. 2 at |4 20@l 50. N<
sales of spirit) turpentine. Crude turpentine maj
be qnoted at $4 2? for v.rgin, $3 90 for yellow- dip,
and $3 so for hard.
HAY.-There wer > no arrivals of this article,
and the transactions were unimportant.
CORK_The supplies were only limited, and the
business was In a light Jobbmg way at about $106
?l 08 fi bushel for prime white, Backs included.
OATa-There were received abont 1700 bushels
.f this grain with.sales of about 1600 bushels at
65s .fi bushel, sacks included.
PEAS -The stock in the market ls light, and we
qnote clay quaint s at $1 io?l 25 fl bushel, sacks
FLOUR.-There ls a fair stock or this article In
the hands or dealers, with a moderate city and
country demand. Northern and Western super
may be quoted at $? 75@T fi bbl, extra at $7 SO?
9ft bbl, family at $8 25@9 fi bbl. Soathern de?
scriptions aregka limited stock, and super may be
qnoted at S6 75@T ft bbl. extra at $i 60@8 ft bbl,
farali*ac $8 2f @9 fi bbl, and extra family at $9?
IO fi bbl. . . . * .
BACON'.-The market ls well supplied with most
qualities of prime meat, with a moderate trade
doing, Prime- smoked shoulders may be quoted
ar. 8*@8Jic $ th, salte*, shoulders at 7@7Kc fi
tb, prime smoked clear rib sides at &>?@9,J;c f? lb,
and prime salted sides at ec fi ft.
COFFEE.-This article ls held at steady rates,
and we quote fair to prime Rio at 22K@24c ft th.
Laguayra at 2f&28c, Java at 30c ft lb.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate, but good to prime grocery sugars maybe
quoted at 11K@12KC fi lb; fair to good Cubas
lOK^UK". New Orleans molasses, prime is
scarce. Cuba muscovado molasses may be
quoted at 36@38c in bhds. and 40c in bbls;
clayed at S3@35c In hhds. and 35@37c In bbls.
Demerara sugar, prime * I2@m.c. Molasses,
prime In puncheons 48c; In bbls 62c. Sugar
house syrup Bells at 21@23c In hhds, and 27c in
BUTTER AND LARD.-There lr a fair stock of this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 35 eta;
New York State, prime, 25@30c; medium 20325c ;
ordinary grades, sweet, I5@l8c; choice Western
20@25c. Lard ls in fair supply, and is held at
I2@i3c f> ft. Cheese-ractory choice I5@iec.
SALT.-3200 sacks of Liverpool were sold on pri?
vate terms. Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool re?
ceived direct may be quoted at $1 6031 70 fi
ISON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market ai
5K?6C 9 nv Wallis tic 5g*Kc. .
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls dull. We quote
f> yard, gunny cloth I7@l8c; domestic is quiet,
and double anchor, 45 laches, may be quoted at
18c; elephant at 17K@i8c, Ludlow 17c, other
brands I7@is: as In quality.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market ror this arti?
cle is quiet. We quote timber for milling purposes
from $6910. Shipping timber $10@15. Bright
timber, good-merchantable, from city mills, cut
to sise, from $18??: fi M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $13@15; river lumber, $10@12; dressed
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct nomi
lal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
fork Kl on uplands, ld on sea Islands; by sall
M8d on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Jarre nominal. Coastwise-to New York, by
iteam Keon uplands and Icon sea islands; $2
H tierce on rice; by Bail, - fi ft on cotton;
- fi tierce on rice; 59c fi barrel on rosin;
I7@$8 fi M on lamber; $!>?10 ? ll on tim
?er. To Boston, by sall, Kc fi lb on upland
:otton. To Providence, by sall, $8 00 fi M on
loards, Kc fi lb on cotton; by steam $1 fi bale on
Jew Yuri rates. To Philadelphia, by steam,
ic fi mon uplands; by sall, $7 fi M on boards:
F9 on timber; $3 fi ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on
ihosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Kc fi ft
>y sail, $6 50@7 fi M on boards; $3@3 25 fi to
m phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
mr merchants to take lumber freights from ,
Jeorgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satilla River, Ga, 3
ind Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and '
10912 f. M are rates on lumber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are pnrchas- i
ng sig&t checks on New York at K@Kcdiscount; j
time billa nomina!. They are selling sight checks
at par. ?
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was at 1QX for 60 day bilis.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
ll and selling at 12.
Marketa br Telegraph.
LONDON. November 9-Noon-Consols OJ.
Evening.-Consols 91; bonds 91%. Bullion in?
creased over half a million pou-.ds. - ?
PARIS, November 9-Noon.-Rentes 57f 10c.
Eveiiing.-Remes closed at 5Tf 25c.
FRANKFORT, Novembers-Nooa.-Bonds opened
at 96 S,.
NEW TORS, November 9-Noon -Freights
steady. Stocks strong. Governments steady.
States dull, except nev South Carolinas which
were very active at 34%. Money firm at 6. Gold
11X> St'.rim?, long 9 y" short 9#.
Kv, clog.-Frelgats a shade Armer. Money easy
at 5a6. Discounts I0al2. Exchange higher at
8>?a8*(. G lld HtfaltJi. Governments dull and
barely ateady. States steady. North Caro Inas
somewhat " fl?ner. Tennessee? 66; new 65>?.
Virginias 60; new 69. Louisianas 65; new 56.
Levees 63: eights 75. Alabama eights 93; Aves 65.
Georgias so: sevens 86. North Carolinas 37; new
19. South Carolinas 70; new 3?M. .
NEW ORLEANS, November 9.-Sterling 20J?
Sight ii discount. Gold 12. It ls raining, and
business ls light.
LIVERPOOL, November 9-Noon.-Cotton opened
quiet and steady; uplands sy,d, Orleans 9f?d.
Later-Cotton quiet and ateady; sales 10,000
ba es; speculation and export 2000; shipping at
New orleans 9 9-16d.
Evening.-Cotton closed qaiet; inlands 9"ic,
Orleans 0^a9,\c; shipping at savaanah O'ic.
NEW YORE. November 9-Noon.-Cotton opened
quiet; uplands 18>?, Orleans 19?i ; sales 1800 bales.
?ales of futures, last evening, 13500 bales,as follows:
November, 18 1-16; December, IS)*'als 6-16; Janu?
ary, 18 7-l6at8X; February, 13 U-16al8X; Maren,
18 15-16 19; April, 19 3-16.
Evening.--otton steady; sales 3378 bales; up?
lands 18>ic Orleans 19J?C.
BOSTON, November 9.-Cotton quiet; middlings
19c; net receipts 680 bales, gross 1250; sales
400; stock 7000.
PHILADELPHIA. November 9.-Cotton quiet;
middlings 17>;al7 c.
BALTIMOBE, November 9.-Cotton dull; mid
di ngs 18','c; receipts 402; exports to Great Bri?
tain 208: coastwise 22; sales 377; stock 4483 bales.
NORFOLK, November 9.-Cotton quiet; low mid?
dlings 18,'ic; net receipts 2060; exports coastwise
758:sales 200; atoe* 8933.
WILMINGTON, November 0.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dlings !7>,'c; net receipts 287 bales; exports coast?
wise 102; Stock 3194.
SAVANNAH, November 9.-Cotton Irregular and
Ingcod demand; middlings I7)ial7?fc; net re?
ceipts 4578 bale^; exports to Spain 780; sales 1600;
AUGUSTA, November 9.-Cotton firm and In fair
demand; mida.lugs 17Xc; receipts 12oO bales;
M EM rn ts, November 9.-Cotton Arm; middlings
17>?ai7Kc; receipts 1750 bales.
MOBILE, November 9.-Cotton In fair demand:
middlings 17*ie; nrt receipts 1390; exports coast?
wise 694; sales 1009; stock 30,410 bsles.
Nsw ORLEANS, November 9.-Gotten quiet; mid?
dlings* 18c; net receipts 6852 bales; gross 6555;
exports coastwise 27i8; eales 8800; stock 78,900.
POVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, November 9-Noon.- Pork 43s. Lard'
;6a ed. Beer 60s. '
Nsw YORE. November 9-Noon.-Flour quiet
and steady. Wheat quiet and unchanged, eora
dull and unchanged. Pork Arm at $13x2818 25.
Lard steady. Turpentine dall at 69c. Rosin very
arm at $4 34<>. 87&
Evening.-F.our quiet and ateady. Whiskey
more steady at 90c Wheat Inactive and la2c
lower; winter red Western Si Sfjal 60. Corn a
shade easier at 78>?a3i>?c. Rice 7>fa8Xc. Pork
steady. Lard a ahade easier; kettle 10c. Tur?
pentine dull. Rosin very firm. Tallow 9a9%c.
BALTIMORE, November 0.-Flour unchanged
and belter reeling. Wheat active and Armer;
Pennsylvania ll 62al 63. Corn Arm; yellow 70a
72; white 6Sa72c. Oats 47a5lc. Rye 90a93c. Pork,
steady. Bacon Arm and unchanged. Whiskey
quiet at 91K?92C.
WILMINGTON, -November 9.-Spirits turpentine
steady at 6lc. Rosin Arm at $4 for strained, $412 >?
tor "No 2, $7'for pale. Ci ode turpentine steady
at $3 50 for bard, $5 25 for yeuow dip, $6 35 for
virgin. Tar steady at $2 90.
CINCINNATI, November 8.-Flour in good de?
mand. Corn drooping; new46a47c; old 54456c
Pork unchanged at $i2al2 15. Lard dull. Bacon
quiet and unchanged: Whiskey 88c.
NEW ORLEANS, November 9.-Sdgar m good de?
mand and easier; Inferiorere; ralr 8?a9; good
fair 9XalO; fully fair to cho.ee 1 lall S - Molasses
lower; centrifugals 40c; prime 44a46; strictly
prfme 59; all others unchanged.
Interior Cotton markets.
SUMTER, November 7.-The market has been
very steady since last report. Sales 228 bales at
I5sai6>,'c. Shipmen ta as follows: New York 121,
Charleston 123, Baltimore 80. Te al S21 bales.
New York Rice Harket.
From the Dally Bulletin, Tuesday, November 7:
Bu-lnesa not very active and extending only to
the ordinary wanta of the regular trade, but the
supplies on hand, especially of d mernie are some?
what reduced and tidderffa ahade Armer. Sales
of 4i tea Carolina at TMatX?; aD(1 2 0 bags East
lnd;a at 6%a7ac for Rangoon, and 7tfa7)ic for
Som the Journal of Commerce: The market ts
ade stronger. The demand lt l ghr, but there
ls not much stock here, ano holders Insist on full
rates. We quote Carolina at 7>ia8c, and Rangoon
New York Naval Stores Harket.
From the Journal of Commerce, Tuesday, No?
vember 7: Fur spirits turpentine there ls scarce?
ly ao firm a market. The demand ls somewhat
unimportant, and some parties are forcing a mar?
ket for a few lots. Sales are 100 bbla In mer?
chantable order lu yard at 69c, and 70 bbls on
wharf at 69a69?c. Rosina-the market ls rather
quiet; a few email lots are being cloaed out.
Prices show no further change. Sales are 250
bbls strained at $4 75, and 30 obis pale at $7 60.
We quote strained at $4 65a4 75; No 2 at $4 80a
5 30; No 1 at $5 50aS 75; pale at |7a8; extra pale
at $8 25al0. Tar ls tn small demand-Newbern,
$3 70; wilmington, $4. Sales are reported of 75
bbls. Washington at $3 62*83 75. 'Change ad?
journed over to-morrow-election day. City pitch
quoted at $4 76.
New York Coffre Harket.
From the Daily Bulletin. Tues lay, November
7: The market throughout has been quite dull,
and the slight gain of tone noted last week ap?
pears to have been lost. This ls especially notice?
able on Brazils, which are directly affected by a
later telegram, from Rio Janeiro to t ctober 18, and
reporting aale', since October 10, 61,000 bags;
shipments 00,00c bags; loa lieg 55,000 bags; stock
50.000 bags; price $7a#; exchange 23%d; dally ar?
rivals ol effie 6500 bags. This dispatch some
holders construe as favorable, and mere likely to
strengthen than Inj ire their position, but buyers
look upon the advices lu a directly contrary light,
s ul the result ls that very few bids have b en
made, and the market has again become almost
entirely nominal. We return late quotations,
however, as they are ab jut as low as any bolder
would accept at the moment. Other sty les quiet
and a little Irregular, with the tendency, if any?
thing, slightly in buyers' favor. Sales ol 961 bags
Costa Rica at or about. I8)ic, gold, In bond. We
quote Rio, gold, In bend, aa Follows: Ordinary
cargoes ll '^al4>?,falr do UXal?X, good do lo}; a
liX, Prime do 16J?al5>?c.
Stock of Cotton In the Interior Towns
at the Latest Dates.
Augusta.November 3 13,461
Columbus.November 3 5,552
Macon.november 3 7,577
Montgomery...November 3 6,173
Selma.November 3 4 603
Memphis.November 3, 1 ?.226
Nashville.November 3 1,394
Charleston Wholesale Price?.
8A.MINO, fi yara
Gunny Cloth.:. 1?X9 13
New York Double Anchor, 45
lncrffes, 2Xtns. 18 ?
BALK ROPE, fi B
Western. 8 9 12 X
BUTTBB-Goshen... 33 9 3?
Country. 9 . . ?
COTTON, fi ft- /
Ordinary to good ordinary.... ? 9 i?h
Low middling. 17?,9
Middling to strict middling... 17X9 17X
Good middling. ?
Sealsland. 85 ? 100
Laguayra. 26 ? 28
Java. 30 ?
CaroUna Fertilizer, fi 2000 Bs.
Cash. 60 00 ?
Time (with T per ct. interest) 55 oo @
Wando Fenlllzer.cash.... 50 00 ?
Time.'.. 66 00 9
Double Refined Poudrette. 30 00 9
Niles' Phosphate. 63 00 9
Peruvian Guano, fi 2240 Bs.. .100 00 9
PaclflcGuano.fi 2000 tts.cash. 65 00 9
Time. 60 00 @
Phoenix Guano... 47 55 ?
Baugh'B Phos., fi 2000 ft a. cash 60 00 @
Rhodes' Phosphate. ? 2000 Bs 65 00 ?
time).6T 60 ?
urchlllo Guano (140 time).35 oo g ?
Land Piaster....... 13 00 .
Mopes' Super Phos. 9 2000 Bs. 65 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 oo ?
Woolston's Vege'or, fi 2000 tts 66 00 ?
Oroasdale's Gen. Sun.Phos. net 60 00 ?
Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 oo ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
PatADSCo Guano. 65 00 ?
E. Frank Coe'a Ammonia tee
Bone Phosphate......WOO fl?
Coe's Pore Dissolved Bone- 82 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Guano, No l ($60 time) 64 oo ?
Etlwan Guano, No 2 ($60 time) 63/W ?
Zell's Ammonlated Bone Phos- r
phate($70ttme).60 CO ? ..
Russel Coe's Ammoujarted
Bone Superphosphate ($60
tlme)....f;......:.. ?5 oo ? ..
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 oo @
Bowen A Mercer's superphos
phate...:cash. 60 oo ?
Time.oo eo ?
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'s Manipu?
lated. 60 oo ?
Stono Soluble Guano ($8S time) 60 00 ?
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($36 Mme).~.33 oo ?
Stono Pure Ground Phosphate. 15 oo ?
Atlantic Phosphate Company. 50 oo @
Acid Phosphates. 30 00 @
FLOCK, fi bbl -
Super. ? 75 9 ' *>
Northern and Western Extra. 7 60 ? 8 OJ
Baltimore Extra. _ .. ? . . .
Southern-Super. 8 75 ? 7 00
Extra. '60 ? 8 oo
Family. 8 26 ? ? 00
GRAIN, fi bushel- nr ?
Maryland Oats. 85 ?
Western Oats.,. ?
Corn.~.'.. ? ..
BAT, fl cw*- . _
North River.<. ?
LUM BR. ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 ? 66 00
White Pine, good run.. 38 00. ? 40 00
Yellow Pine..T.20 oo ? 24 oo
Boards, rougti. ll 00 @ 12 00
Grooved aal tongued 28 oo ? 82 oo
MOLASSES, f> gallon- ?
Cuba. 83 ? 87
Muscovado.?.. 38 ? 50
Sugar-houBC. 60 ? l oo
New Orleans. ?
NAVAL STORES, fi boi
Rosin, pale. 7 50 ? 8 oo
Rosin, NO. 1.?00 ? 7 25
Rosin. No. 2. 4 10 ? 4 #0
Rosin, NO. 8., 4 00 ?
Spirits Turpentine, fi gallon. ?
Oruue Turpentine, fl bbl. ?
Hard Turpentine. ?
Oakum, fi B. 18 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d" fi keg 5 05 @ 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 00 ?
Dupont's. Blast Lng. .4-00 ? " ,
PROVISIONS, ? tt
Bacon, Hams. ?
Sides. 09X9 09>,'
Shoulders. 08X9 Q8X
Lard, in keg. 12 ? 18
Cheese. 10 ? 18
Potatoes, Irish, ft bbl. 3 75 ? 3 60
Onions. 2 75 ? 3 00
Apples. 4 00 ? 5 00
. Eggs. 30 ? 40
Poultry-Chickens, f> dos.... 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, fi doz. 5 00 ? 5 60
RICE, fi B-Carolina. 06 ? 07 X
East India. ?
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 so ? l 70
Liverpool, fine. ?
SUGAR, ? ft-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10X9 ia,*
BEESWAX-fi B. 38 ?. 40
tl ID aa, Oreen-fl *. ?
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NOTE.-We nave ueuucteu irom New Orieanf
25,126 bales uplands, from Mobile 116 bales un?
?a ds; Irom savannah 240 bags sea "land ana
138 bales upland, and irom Charleston 281 wigs
sea island and 307 bales upland cotton; also.
616 nales wrecked cotton from the coast or Flor?
ida- being the receipts at tnos* ports from Mo
olle, Florida, Texas and savannah.
Comparative Ki port s or Colton and Rice
. from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1 to November 8.1871.
S. L.Up'd. i Rice
s. L.?p'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. or Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
w. indies, ?c.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. ft Nr'folk
1102! 338481 1658
-! 2892' 679
1167| 531661 4979
537,1 643841 1892
.... 37791 297
.... 6493 952
.... . 282
Exports of Rice. Naval Storea and L, um?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to November 8, 1871.
?ar& A M'ker.
west Ino les..
Halifax, N S..
St John's, N B.
Rio de Janeiro
Receipts by Railroad, November 0.
so ern CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1613 bales cotton, 24 bales goods, 13 cars wood
and lumber, 3 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, W
w smith. Oeo H Walter ft co, Frost A Adger, G
W Williams ft co, Wm C Bee A co, A J Salinas,
Mowry A Son, Reeder A Davis, Pelzer, Rodgers ft
co, Pringle k Bon, A S smltb, H G^ndglns, W K
Ryan. Murdaugh k Mathews, Thos P Smltb, W B
Williams A Son, Trenholm k Sou, A B Mulligan,
Caldwell k Son, w c Courtney k co, Kinsman k
Howell, Street Bros k co. Sloan & Soignions, R
0 Sharp, Dowling k co, Plackney Bros. Wilcox,
Gibba ft co, C R Holmes, J A Quackenbaah, Wm
Roaoh k co, E S Miles.
174 bales spland and 8 bags tex Uland cotton,
324 bbla naval stores, cars lamber, wood, rough
rice, nalia, mdse, Ac. To Frost ft Adger, W El
Ryan, Pringle A Son, Pelzer, R -dgers k co, W C
Courtney A co, Ravenel k ca. Reeder ft Davis. T
Smith, Wm O B e * co. Barden ft Parker. G H
Walter k co, J C Maltonee. E Welling. Fraser k
Dill. J A Quackenbaah, E Bates ft co, A S Smith,
W O Dukes k co, Geo A Trenholm ft son. Wilcox,
qibhg'A to. Kinsman k Howell, O W Williams ft.
co, Mowry k Son, Whllden ft Jones, Witte Bros,
Smith k Chapeau, H Bischoff k co. Dowling ft co,
Howard ft Bro, A J Salinas, Sloan ft Selgnloos, R
?Hunter, Railroad Agent anil Order.
Lut qr arter. 6th, 7 hours, 34 min?tes, morning.
New M ion, 12th. ll hoar, 49 minutes, morning.
First Qiarter. 19th. 3 hourn. 27 minn'.?J, morning.
Full Moon, 26th, 8 hours, 33 minutes, '"7?nlng.
K. A S
CHARLESTON, 8. C.NOVEMBER 10,1871.
Lat 86 deg 46 min 33 sec. Wen 7? deg 67 min 27 sec.
British bark Oriental. Dunham, Boston-8 days.
Ba last. To W BSmith k co.
Merchants' Line sehr B N Hawkins, Lynch, New
York-8 days. Mdse. To Wm Roach k co, Rail?
road Agents. J E Adger ft co, Adams, Damon ft
co, J Apple, W H Andrews, T W Bliss, W C Bee k
co, W M Bird k co. Bollmann Bros, H'Bischoff k
co, J U Boescb, J J Boesch, J Campeen ft co, E R
Cowperthwait, A F Chevreux, T M Cater, Dowle,
Moise k Davis. Cameron, Barkley ft co. H A Due,
Douglas k Miller, A E Ely, Elias Bros, T P Forrex
ton.D F Fleming k co, Guy k Kinloch, H Gerdts
k co, M Goldsmith k Son, C Oraveley. J W Harris?
son, J Hurkamp ft co, Heath ft Rice, Hart k co, H
Blatte k co, King k Gibbon, KUnck, Wlckenberg
ft co, Kinsman ft Howell, c Kerrison, Jr, Laurcv
k Alexander, w J Trim. A Langer, P B Lalane ft
co, W McLean, C LLUenthal ft co, Mantoue k co, S
R Marshall, W A Mehrtens. D O'Neill ft Sons, S c
Railroad co, B O'Neill, Stellens, Werner ft Ducker,
W Shepherd ft co. G W sties. M A Tanlunson, R
Thomllnson io, Tledeman, Calder k co. Wm L
Webb,Waiker, Evana k Cogswell, G W Williams k
co. Wagener k Monsees, O F Wleters, R White, L
Wetekopr-J N Robson, w J Yates, fl Yeadon, and
Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattt, West Point Mill. 42
tes rice. To J R Pringle k Son, Cohen, Hanckel
Sehr R E Lee, Gradlck. Cooper River. 1500 bosh
els rough rice. To w c Bee a co. .
Sehr Ada, Whitehurst, Combahee. 2200 bushels
rongh rice. loWO Beek co.
Sloop Chlcora. from Pon Pon. 500 bushels rough
rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Boat from James Island. 3 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser k Dill.
Boat from John's Island. 8 bags sea Island
cotton. To Fraser k Dill.
Boat from Edlsto. 2 nags sea Island cotton.
To Fraser ft Dill.
Bost from Toogoodoo. - bogs sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser k Dill.
Boat from John's leland. 1 bag sea island cot?
ton. ToR Roper.
Boat from Edlsto. 2 bags sea Island cotton. To
W A Boyle.
Boat from Wadmalaw. 1 bag sea Island cot?
ton. To w A Boyle.
Boat from Christ church. 2 bags sea island
cotton. To H Bulwlnkle.
Boat from Christ Chnrch. 3 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Kinsman k Howell.
Boats from Christ Church. 8 bags sea Island
cotton. To stoney k Lowndes.
Boat from James Island. 2 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney ft Lowndes.
Boat from St Andrew's. 4 bags sea ls laud cot?
ton. To Stoney ft Lowndes.
Boat from Edlsto. 4 bags sea Uland cotton. To
Stoney ft Lowndes.
Received from Habenlcht Mills, James Island.
6 bags Bea Island cotton. To W C Bee ft co, and
Received from Chlsolm's Mill. 83 tes rice. To
L D DeSausaure.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York-Wag?
ner, Huger ft co. w A Courtenay.
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, Philadelphia-W
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York.
Steamship Virginia. Hunter. Philadelphia.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
UP FOR THIS PORT.
British ship Colonist, Boarsrud, at Liverpool,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York,
sehr Annie Sheppard, Newton, at New York,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Sooth Carolina, Beckett, from New
York, November 9.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
NEW YORE. November 9.-Arrived, steamships
Atlantic, Java and Missouri.
Armed out, the City of London. .1
The sehr Emma Dwight, from Georgetown, SC,
arrived at New York November 6.
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS TORT.
. FOREIGN. *
Br ship Colonist, B^arstud, up.rei 21
Br bars: Belttste, WiMaraB. failed.Oct 18
ihe soeskummeTen, Weatergaanl, ?I'd..".ct n
The Windermere, Yeoman, aatLd.,_Octlt
NEWPORT, BMG. * ' - \
Br bark r/avid McNutt, Lockhart, sailed.. .Sept 2s
The Preso, Jenkins, sailed.Sept 2g.
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Oct 17
Ship John Sidney, Bartlett, sailed.~.Oct 13
Br bark Tinco, Robson, up.". ..Oct 6
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, up.rct ll
A HALIFAX, N 8.
Br ship City of Halifax;, McElhenny, up.Oct 20
ST. STEPHEN'S, N. E.
Br bark Grasmere, Lester, op.'..Oct 20
Br bark Celeste, Fullerton, up.-.Oct 21
Br bark Isabella Harmer. Comer, sailed_Oct 23
- DOMESTIC. %
Br bark Agra, Fisher, cleare'i.Oct 28
Br bark Oriental, Dunham, cleared.Oct 28
Br bark Matilda Hllyard, Lovltt, cleared....Oct 31
Ba' k Acacia, Robinson, up.Oct 23
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, sail'd..Nov 9
Steamship Fall River, Holmes, up.Nov 7
Sehr M.B Harris, Crowley, cleared.Oct 23
Sehr Annie (sheppard, Newton, cleared....Nov 7
Sehr Matilda Brooks, Jones, np.Nov 1
Sehr D V Streaker, Van Gilder, cleared.Nov 1
Bark Devonshire, Havener, cleared.Nov 2
Sehr Vraie, Masen, cleared.Nov 2
Sehr Bessie Morris, Allen, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr Annie S Gaskin. Gaskin, up..Oct 26
Sehr S L Russell. Smith, np.Oct 12
Sehr E C Rommed, Adams, up.Nov 4
Sehr Henry Allen, Tatem. up.Oct 28
Sehr F Segur, Grogan, cleared.Nov 2
List of snipping
IN THE PORT*OF CHARLESTON, NOVEMBER 0.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers .aastlng
within the State, excepted. w
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Auger A co.
Sea Guli, 616 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P C Trenholm.
OUve S Southard, 1182 tons, Theobold, at Vander
horst's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-B G
Wilkins A co.
Reunion, 1185 tons, Curtis, ia the Stream, for Liv?
erpool, ready-Street Broj A co.
Nautilus, 1207 tons, - pencer, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-E Willis.
St Peter, 404 tons, Bartlett, in Ashley River, fer
New York, loading-J A Enslow A co.
Delphine Melanie. (Fr,) 422 tons, bertho, at Robb's
MUL, for London, loading-Gao W Williams
Brazil, (Br,) 650 tons, McDonald, at Union wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-J A Enslow A co.
Mendota, 512 tons. Perry, st Boyce A co's wharf,
for Havre, loading-Street Bros A co.
Keystone, - tons. Berry, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-B S Bhett A Son.*
Draupner, (Nor,) 444 to IN, Ingolrtsen. at Union
wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Wm B Smith
Anale Kimball. - tons. Peabody, st Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Wm B Smith
Albina, 820 tone Waefela r. at Atlantic wharf, for
Llverpo I, loading-Hunt Bros A ce
Luget. (Nor,) 473 tous, Nielsen, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, from JLaverpooL discharging-Bavenel
Lucy. (Br,) - tons, Griffiths, at Quarantine, from
Havana, walting-H Card.
Oriental, (Br,) - tons, Durham, in the Stream,
from Boston, Just arrived-w B Smith A co.
BRIGS. " *
Delphine, (Fr,) 242 tons,-. at Boyce ? co's
wharf, for St Mary's. Qa, to load for Havana,
ready-B S Rhett A Son.
Lewis L Squire, 426 tons. Morton, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-B s Bhett A
E H Kennedy, 360 ton?- Hallett, in Ashley River,
for Boston, loading-Moses Goldsmith A Son.
Carlotta, (Span.) - tons, Portuoudo, at Central
whar , for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Anna Maria, (Swed.) 260 tons, Hoot, at Vander?
horst's wharf, from Stockholm, discharging
J M Fredsberg.
J L Bowen, 503 tons, Taylor, at Atlantic wharf,
from Boston, discharging-B S Rhett A Bon.
Lilly, - tons, Hughes, at Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading-w Roach A co.
Marlon, 338 tons, Leppert, at Union wharf, frdm
Liverpool, discharging-Wagner, Huger A co.*
Geo B Somes, - tons, Pray, in Ashley River, for
New York, loading-H F Baker?* co.
M H Stockholm. - tons, Cordery, in Ashley
River, for Philadelphia, loadlng-H F Baker
Sarah Wood. 272 tons, Hickman, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker
4? co. *
Edith B Everman, 250 tons, Corson, at Atlantic
wharf, from Wilmington, Del, discharging-H
F Baker A co.
B N Hawkins, 889 tons. Lynch, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
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Prepared by Grimault A Co., Pana :
SYRUP OF HYPOPHOSPHATE OF LTME, a SOT
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Pepsine, for indigestion, loss of appetite, Ac
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pleasant and effective remedy for functlonal.de
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Troches of Pepsine and.Paflcreatlnft.
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VOMIT IF LE ROY. Pharmacie Onttin.
Dragees ie Santonins.
Dragees de Morphine.
Lancelot's Asthma Cigarettes. ^ _ .
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Wo. 131 Meeting sur* <*
POE LIVERPOOL. r
The Al American eh lp OLIVE 8. SODTH- JStJk
ABD, J. S. T?tooald Ma&ter.haviog a largeSBK
portion of her Cargo engaged and going on
Hoard, will be dispatched for the above port
For Freight engagements, WPjy??,? *. nn
OCM2 J. 0. WILKINS A CO.
O B NE W_I 0 E C. *
NEW YORK A!? I) CHARLESTON
STEAMS HIP LINK. ^
ESTABLISHED *l 845.
The Splendid SWe-WHeel Steamahlp CHAM?
PION R. W. Loclcwood, Commander, will leave
Adtrers Wharf on SATURDAY, the 11th instant,
at?Tnrongh Billa of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Beat?n, Providence and the New Eng.
iand manufacturing towna.
MW Insurance by thia Line of Steamers' half per
cent. .> -
For Freight or MMM ^ 'i?J?'?
JAMES ADQMft A Co. Agents.
jtyThe Steamship CHABL^TONwUiroflowon
TUESDAT, the 14th instant? ; novs-4
B ALTI? ORE .
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
fffijff* TO ?2J? ' "
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST, 'yt
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN. jT
The tine Steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore,- on SATURDAY,
November ll, at half-ias14 o'clock P. M.
4V Philadelphia Freights toni ardoo to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowee am?
ple time to sample and nil their Gooda from
th ; Railroad Depot tn Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to >n
PAUL C. TKEBHOLM, Agent. .^P
novT-5_Na t TOM WnatTes,
LT VEE PO OL, YU QUEENSTOWN.
CARRY IN Q THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
<tfSS% ' STEAM COMPANY ^fi^k
wm dispatch one of their first -class, foll power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER NO. 4fl N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
aa TOLLO wa:
WYOMING.Capt. WHLNNSRAY.NOV. 16. at 8* A M
MINNESOTA,Oapt.T.W.Kreeman.Nov.22,at 2H PM
IDAHO, Gape. PRica...Nov. 89, at TX A sf
MANHATTAN, Capt J.B.PRICE, Dec, 1, SA -
tOLORADO, Capt. T. F. FREEMAK.DeC, fl, at 1 PM
Cabin Passage IBO, gold.
Steerage Passage (omee No. 89 Broadway) tao,
For Freight or Cabin Parase, apply to
WILLIAM? A GUION,
.' No. ss Wall street, N.,Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to liverpool issued
ny the Charleston an? New York Steamers, whloh
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars ana mts of Frets ht apply to
J AMES A DOE K A CO.,
WAGNER, HUGER A OOH
maye Or WM. a. COURTENAY.
pAOIFIO MAIL STRAM?f?TP 00MFT8
THROUGH LIKE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pler^fam
Na 42, North River, foot, of CaaaiSfflK
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon. oTW?W
8d seth of every month (except when these
tes fall on Sunday, then the saturday preced?
an departures connect at Panama with, steam?
era for Sooth Pacific and Centrai American ports.
Departure cf isth touches atv Kingston, JamaJcaA
For Japan and China, steamers leave san Fran
claco fl ra t of every month, except when lt rans ca
Sudsy; then on the day preceding. *
Mo aaulbTBla ?lennmrs totxeh sa Havana, but
go direct from New Torie to Asp tawan.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adair,
Medicine and attendance free. _
For Paseare Tlcteta or other Information appiy
at the COMP ANT'S TICKET OFFICE. OA tb?
wharf foot of Canal street, North River, Hew
Tort. T.B.BABT, Agent.
1 iiy2fl-lyr _
J^OR .GEORGETOWN, S. C.
REGULAR LINE. '
The Steamer EMILIE, captain c.?.
0. White, wUl make two trips ?wJ
week until further notice, commencing on sra
DAT NIGHT, 22d instant, lea vin? Ch ar les-on every
SUNDAY and WED?SEDAT NIGHTS, at 7 o'clock,
and returning, leave Georgetown every TUESDAY
and FRIDAY MORNINGS, at 5 o'clock. _
Freight received on SATUBDAYS and Warnes^
D Sonday Night tripe will go to Waverly and
Wednesday Night trips will go tb Kelthneld and
All Freight and Passage prepaid.
No Freight received after ? o'clock._
SHACKELFORD A KELLY.
oct20 tstow_Agents, Sonthern Wharf.
OE FLORIDA, VIA SAVANNAH,
TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers DICTATOR, , _?Jt^?a?
Captain L. M. Joxetter, and cm ?????k???
POINT, Captain Geo. E. McMillan, wm aart aa fo7
The Dlc'ator will leave Charleston erny TUES?
DAT EVENING, at 8 o'clock, and City Point every
FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, for Fernandina,
Jacksonville, Palatka, and all Landings on St.
John's River. These Steamers connect with rail?
road at Yocol for st. Aogusline, and at Palatka
with steamers for Enterprise.
Close connection ls also made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention of fi eights to '
New Orleans, and at low rates.
For Fi eight or Passage, having first-class ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderfaorst's wharf and last Bay.
Through Billa of Lading given to New Orleans.
^7-EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, 8. C.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf _ ?Jf^eV
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
for Savannah, Beaufort, Hilton HeaoajidSpau^
lah Wells. Returning will leave Savannah every
TUESDAY MORNING. y
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and (Jhtsolra's
Landings every THUBSDAT MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATUBDAYB.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free or storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
BAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
-, Ko. 177 East Bay.
HONEY t HONEY I HONEY I
Fine New Country HONEY, obs bad in MB??
ties to salt parchssers, of DB, H. BABB,
No. 131 Meeting street
AN OUNCE OP PREVENTION IS WORTH A
POUND OF CURE
GET YOUR DIB INFECTANTS.
Jost received, a supply of
CARBOLIC ACID, -
DARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC, >
CHLORIDE OF SODA, Ad.
Also B supply of MEDICATED WILLOW OB AB
COAL, m Powder and la Pastilles, imported from
Parla, prepared by Dr.. Belloc, and approved by
the French Academy of Medicine. Thier ts the :
beet article ever offered here; recommended by
many physicians as a preventive "f Yellow Fever. ?
Also, a supply of the beet WHITS MUSTARD
SEED, highly recommended as a preventive ol
Yellow Fever. - _
Call early, as the supply ls limited, atitt? Drug?
store or " ?af. HAM,
No. 181 Meeting street. .