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Cl rm ma ts. nee-The Orange.
It rlpen'd by the river bunks.
Where, mast and moonlight aiding,
Don Joans play their pretty pranks,
Dark Donnas serenading.
By Moorish damsel lt vas piuck'd,
Bec ea 'i the golden day there:
By awain 'twas then in London sacVd,
Who flang the peel away there.
He conld not know In Pimlico,
as little she ID Seville,
That I should t upon that peel,
And wish them at the devil I
BABCBLOKA-Per Spanish brig if anuel-360 bales
Vite Charleston cotton. Rice and N a val
OPTICI CHARLESTON" NEWS, (
MONDAY EVENING, December IL 1871. j
COTTON.-Thia staple showed a Armer charac
at tba opening; when the dispatches came to
hand tl as?urned a steadily hardening and active
tendency, with an advance of an v@ Vc V m.
Closing with a strong ard bnoyant feeling on the j
rut of sellers. The transactions were about 1000 ,
bales, say 4 at 16X. l at 17X. 16 at lix, 1 at 17X, 26
at 18, 21 at ISM, 1? at IS*. 139 at 18 V. TS at 18*.
288 at 18X, so at is,',', 271 et if, 9 at 19 vc. We
Ordinary to good ordinarr.IT @18X
Low middling.18X?- ?
Strict middling.19 @19V
Rica-Thc transactions were fair, with a Arm
market. Sales lit tierces of clean Carolina, say
70 tierces at TXc 60 at TX. 60 at TX. 40 at TXc ft
ts. We quote common to fair at e*@7 *c, good
NAVAL STORES.-The market to-day showed a I
little mee activity, and the following sales were [
made : le? bbl* low No l at |6, so bbls extra No
2 a. $5, and 147 bb s No 3 to extra No 2 at $4 is?
15. No sales of spirits.
I'EB ia HTS. -To Liverpool, by steam airee t, non: l
naloL uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
York, Xd on uplands, ld on sea islands; by sall,
T-lsd'bn rolands, on asa Islands nominal. To
Havr ; lc on uplands. Coast wise-to Kew York by
steam Ko so uplands and lc on sea islands; $2 *
Mr.rce JU rice; by eal! Xo oe cotton;- n tierce
va rice; 40c il barrel on rosin ; $ 7@s ?koa lam*
ber; $9@io 9 M on timber. To Bolton, by sail
Xo V lb on upland cotton. To Providence, by
aaU $s f, Mon boards, Xo* lb on cotton;by
steam (l f bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam xo V lb on uplands; by san, $7
9 M on boards; $9 on timber; 18 per ton en clay.
Md f 8a$8 60 en phosphates. To Baltimore, by
.vea m vc ? rb by sail, $6 50@7 * Mon boards;
$S?* 26 <p t n on phosphate rook. Vessels are in
demand by oar merchants to take lamber freights
from Georgetown, S. C , Derlen ead Satilia River,
Ga, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and ?10912 ft M are the rates on lumber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 00 day billa 17X@18.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur
chasing sight checks at X off, ead sell et per.
Marketa by Telegrmpn.
MON BT MARKETS.
LONDON. December ll-Keon_Console 91%.
Bonds 92V- .
Evening.-Consols 92. Prince of Wa?ea'a death
has been discounted.
FaANxroBT, December ll-Koon.-Bone's 97X
Palm, December ?i-Noon.-Rentes 66f 60c
Evening.-Rentes 66f T6c.
Kaw You. December ll-Noon. - Freights
dan. Stocks dall and heavy. Gold heavy at 9*a
9X. Governments unsei'led. Five-twenties or |
1887 very strong. Money arm at T. Exr,auge, long
9, short ?X
Evening,-Money closed stringent at T, curren?
cy to gold worth 1-16 to a commission. The cat
flow of currency c ntlnnes. Sterling 9. Gold
SK i9X- Governments steady; sixty twos iori.
States steady. Freights doll.
Nsw ORLEANS, December ll.-Sterling
Sight X discount. Gold ?X
LivKRp. OL,December ll-Koon.-Cotton opened 1
strong; uplands 9%d, Orleans lcato-'d; nearly
doa from New Orleans oxd; shipping at New Or.'
Later.-Cotton active and armer; uplands ?Vd
Orleans lexdt eeles 80,000 ba c Bpecnlatton and
export 7OOO;shipping at Savannah or Charleston
9j?d; nearly due from Charleston or Savannah
Evening.-Cotton cloded active and Armer: op
land* 9Vd. Orleans 10Vd.
Niw YOBX. December ll-Noon.- Cotton Arm;
salea loco balea: sp?culation T 0, part In transit
Satur day availing; apian da 19X* ; Orleans 2o^c
Salee of in tores saturday evening 12.550 balee, as
follows: December 19 T-1S, ie v. l9*c: January
19*. 19 9- S, I9X; f bruary 19X; March ?X*1?X;
Aprtl 20al916-16; May 20c. '
Bveatog.-Uutsoa Arm; sales 6T63 bales; up
lands 20c, Orleans icy c. Sales cotton in tares to?
day I9,e001 ales, as follows: December 19*. io*.
19 9-16 19V. 19 18-16; January IP j.. 19 is-le, 20.
1? u-ie, ivx; FBbfoaTy i9X. 19 ls-is, 19X. 20;
March 2b. 20 US, 20V. 20X- 19 1616; Apr? 20,
*)X? 18 8 18. 18* ; Moy 20*, 20X
BOSTON, December IL-Cotton. slong; mid
dllnds 20tia20WC.net recelpis 66 bales; gross 2223:
sale* 609; stock 7600; exports to oreat umala lal
PHILADELPHIA, December IL-Colton very
Strong; middilsgfl 20c.
BALTIMORE, December 11_Cotton active and
teodlna op; uplanda I9*ai9*c: net receiPt;J soi;
groes S60: exports coastwise 437; tales 695; stock
-SSM be ea
NORFOLK, December ll-Cotton Arm and hold?
ers asking higher prices; low mldniings 18.wa
J8XC; ari receipts 2591;'exports coastwise 2520;
?alea ??0; stock 7048 bales. 1
WiLMtsoTON, December ll.-Cotton firm; mid?
dlings ls* cu: net receipts 273 bales; exports
coauwise 636; sal ?fl 115; stook 1744.
SA VANS' 4H lecemher ll.-cotton bnoyant. ac?
tive ene excited; middlings 19* eta; net receipts
: 4053 b.M; exports to Havre 2620, coastwise 2611;
eales 2000: sr oek ?5.245.
AUGUSTA, Deco "ber IL-Cotton Arm and in rah*
deman : midi Tings lax CIB; receipts loco bales;
B?l?s 800. ?Ms
MavrBis, December lt-Cotton active and ex
' cited, middlings 19 vc ; receipts 3526 bales.
MOBILE, Deco ber ll.-Cort n active and ex?
cite?, nd aeon rate quotations cannot be given;
* middlings i9*e: net receipts 3676 bales; exports
to Great Bri'am 720; sales 600; stock 41,802,
NTT ORLEANS. December ll -Cotton strong;
mtddlln< a I9*al9*c; net receipts 7630 balea,
groas 9077; exports to Great Britain 11,201, Havre I
18,378; Adie* 8000; stock 118,038. '
PROVISIONS AN? PROOCCB MARKETS.
LIVEHPOOL, December 11-Evening.-Camber
land cut 658. Bt er *ea for One Western prime.
Tallow 48s 9d.
NEW YoKjr, Decemb r ll-Noon.-Flour steady.
Wheat Arm- Corn shade Armer, Perk Arm; mess
|r8 60. Lard steady; steam OXaOXc. Turpentine
Arin at 66a66c. Rosin very Arm; strained $4 95*6.
Evening.-Flour-Southern unchanged; com?
mon io .fair extra IS 80*7 35; go <d tn choice 17 40a
918. Whiskey lower. When very quiet; winter ?
red Western $1 Wal 60. Coin cl sed dall; 77a79c.
Rice 8Va9c Pork Armer at ns ?0*13 70. Beer,
Slam, $9*11. Lard A m ; kettle 9* e. Naval stores
rm. Ta'low anchan ced.
BALTIMORE, December ll_Flour unchanged.
wbeat dud. Com firmer; white 'e7a72c; yellow
70a73. Rye oocall. Pork $14 25. Bacon very
quiet: shoulders 7*c. Whiskey 99ca$l. ,
WILMINGTON, December ll.-Spirit* turpentine
Arm at eic Rosta Arm at $415 for strained, f 5
for low NO 1. $4 60 for No 2, 14 26 rcr low No 2.
Crude turpentine steady at $3 60 for hard, $5 26
lor yellow d ip, $5 35 for virgin. Tar, no eales.
LOUISVILLE, December ll.-Bagging heavy and
week -tienne. Provisions quiet and Arm. Whis?
key 92a 93c.
CINCINNATI, December H.-Floor and corn nn
changed Pork tn speculative demand and high?
er at $18 7a> lard, 9Vc asked. Bacon lu light
demand and Arm. Shouldeis 7,vc; sides 7*a7*.
Whisker dedtmo.. at 950.
Kiw ORLEANS, December ll.-P.our Arm; super?
fine 16 76; dobbie $7 26; treble $7 75. Corn scarce
and firmer; white 82*a85c Bacon quiet; shoul?
ders, ci>-ar nb 7*c; clear 7*asc Lard, choice la
demand: poor dall; tierce 9a9Xc. Sogar cored
hams dull at Muse Sugar firmer; inferior 6*a
6Xc; fair to folly fair 8a8Xc: prime 9vasx- Mo?
lasses active and advancing: in fer.or 20326c;
common 30a32c; ralr a4a38c; prime 89a40c: strict?
ly prime to choice 41a44c. Whiskey, rectified 95c
a$102*. Coffee 16VS20C.
WILMINGTON, December 9.-SPIRITS TOBF-EN
TINE.--ale? of 66 casks at OOo per gallon for
Ro-iN -1322 bbis sold at $4 16 for strained,
$4 25 for No 2. 14 60 fdr extra No 2,15 for low Ko
l, 16 75 for low pale.
TURPENTINE.-Sales of 121 bbls at 13 60 ror
hard, $5 26Tor yellow dip and $6 35 ror virgin, per
TAB -86 bbls sold at $2 60 per bbl.
COTTON.-sales or 168 bales as roUows: 40 at nx.
141 at 18, 8 at 18*. and 9 at 16 Vc per lb.
Charlea a. Barton's Cort >n Report, for
the Week Kadina; December 8.
NEW YORK. D comber 9 - HI MAVKBT.-In
oar lest rep-rt tne market closed quiet and steady
et 19c for middlings. Saturday, the marget was
quiet und Arm; sui es 2440; middlings 19c. Mon
dar, with favorable foreign art vice*, the market
was filmer and prit ci a i-nade nlgbcr; holders
offend a moderate -mount of stock, and In face
of Ugh receipts at the ports were unwilling fli?
ers tt quotations; buyers, however, were n<t anx?
ious auu operated sparingly; sales 1703; middlings
119.S?C. Tuesday, there was & go d demand for
spinning ?nd export at unchanged prices; sales
4265. Wednesday, the demand contloued and
prices were advanced *c on all gt ade". The
otTei inga were moderate and of a poor selection ;
sales 3952; middlings 19*?. Thursday, the mar?
ket waa linn et unchanged prices; sales 8586.
Yesterday, the market was more active and prices
firmer; the demand from exporters was princi?
pally lor cjtton in tranalt; sales 6772; middlings
Upland and Mool e New Texas.
Florida. O leaos.
Ordinary.16* 16* 17* 17 V
, Good ordinary...18* 18* 18* 18*
Low middling....18* 19* 19* io*
MKnUlng.19* 19* au* 20*
Sates of the week 22,673 bales-Including 6703
I to spinners, 1289 to speculators, and 14,852 to
; Gross receipts at this port for the week 21,0S6
bales. Since 1st Septemoer 266.602 bales, against
352,162 last year.
.STATISTICAL POSITION- 1871. 1870.
Stock m bivcrnuu..halos...445,OOO 37. ,750
Afloat from India.100,000 83,ooo
Afloat from America.174,000 276,000
Stock m London.150.086 61,466
Afloat for London.148,009 17,000
Stock m Havre.137.670 70,800
Afloat for Havre. bi.ooo 2.047
stock in Bremen..... 14.000 7,250
Afloat for Bremen. 6.976 6.600
Stock in United ?Utes ports.410.6:9 434.531
Stock in lu laud towns. 66,329 95,788
Excess m visible supply as
compared with 1870 . 288,887
Stock of cotton held by Man?
chester spinners at the mills. 300,00) 125,000
Price of middling Orleans m
Liverpool. 10 M6d 8%d
Price ut middling Orleans m
New York. 20*c 16c
Price of gold. 10 IO*
HAVANA December 2_Sro ABS- Clayed.-The
demand for lots or the present stock has been
m oe erarte during the whole week, owing to tue
exiguity of available and desirable lots and the
advance of prices exacted by sel er-. The few
sales reported add about 4000 box-s, for which the
following prices were paid: 9 S'a 9 s rs , Nos. 6*
and 9; loaios' r ? Noa. 10 and io*; 10*al0* rs.,
No. ll, and li * rs.. No. IA The market closes
quiet, but Arm, at 10* r-, arrobe No 12, as quo?
ted last wees, for which rea*on I abstain from
reproducing the Asures then given. Many h lders
are asking io* ra, but no sales have been re?
ported above 10* ? e. No. 12.
There ls a continued active movement In con?
tracte for partial and foll crops for future deliv?
ery, and prices rule high. For clayed sugars there
1- little doing, enly one sale oelug repotted for a
whole crop of Derosne's process, Nos. 10 to 14, at
10% rs. for No. 12 as a b sis, wltn sn advance of
$12,000. The following ls the business done this
week In othei- sorts:
Centrifugal-1000 linds at 10*r?; 10.000 boxes
Nos. 11-13 and another crop at lo*rs; 60O0.to eooo
do. same numner-. and 4000 . o do do, at l0*rs;
2'joo do do do at 9*ra; a full crop at io*rs, with
$:0,000 advance; 6000 boxea Nos 11-12 at 10*ra;
SOO hhds No 11-18 on private terms, suppostdto
be at 10*M for No 12; lOOO hhds No 16, large
gram, at ll * rs, and several parcels on terms
which have not be* n published.
Muscovadoes-2200 hhds Inferior to common re
Anlnlng at 8rs; 500 hhds good do, 600 do do, 603
do do, and 800 do do at 8*ra; 1000 do fair to good
do at 8*rs; 2000 do do at 8*rs, and 400 dr., con?
centrated, at 5 * rs.
Nothing has been done In molasses sugar of the
stock available or for fm ure delivery.
The receipts o1 sugar in the warehouses of the
Sort since January l to date amount to 953/88
oxes and 87.002 h.'ds, against 1.292 521 boxes
and 47,536 hhds in 1370. The deliveries same
period were 699,534 boxes and 37,011 brid*,
against 1.295.967 boxes and 49.772 hhds In 1870.
Stock thi- morning, 72,445 boxes and 617 hhds,
against 48,745 boxes and 229 hhds in 1870. Stock
lo Matanzas, 4565 boxes and 77 hhds, against
1804 boxes and 39* hhds In 1670.
There were no hhds cleared ibis week, against
831 last week, and 131 same week tn ls70, ah from
Several more estates have commenced g tnd
lng, with favorable weather, but no new sugar on
the market as yet.
MOLASSXS.-No salea of actual stock nor par
chases by shippers for future delivery; but con?
tracts between dealers and planters continue on
a large neate at high, though liregaar prices, ac?
cording to time and place of dellveiy.
Co FF EX-Becoming scarce, and cl ?sci steady at
$17*al7* per qtl lor first quail y.
TOBACCO.-Lnrge sales for New York md Eu?
rope at very high prices, ranging from ti > te $68
i er qtl for Vu Ita Abajo, according to quality.
1 >ealer8 are very busy, baling as fast aa they caa.
The sal ? a inls and last week exceed 13,000 bales.
FBKIOHTS.-The demand la duU, with very little
doing lor he United States, and nothing for Eu?
rope. QootattO'is close aa follow.?: Catted States
75890c per b< x for sugar, and nominal for hhds do
and molasses, Falmouth85s nerton.
EXCUA.SGK.-Kates have continued to advance
nm-er a lively demand, prudioad by the local dis?
turbances at the commencement of the week a d
scarcity of all foreign billa Rates close as fol
!nwi>: London, sixty days, ?3*a23* per cent pre?
mium; Parla do 5*a6 per cent premium; Ham?
borg 89 sh per dollar; Spain, etxty days, 1 :*al3
per cent premium; United states, sixty days, cur?
rency. Kal ?er cent premium ; do gold 10*all per
cent premium; short sight, currency, 2*a3per
cent premium; dj gold I2*al3 p r cent p> erbium.
Receipts per Railroad, December ll.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1247 bales cotton. 88 bales goods, 130 casks of
clay. 1 car atock. To Railroad Agent, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co. Geo W Williams A co, G H Walter
A co. W W Smith, A J Salmas, A B MulUjan. J A
Quaokenbusb, Frost, Adger .* co. Wis's A co. Sloan
a Selgnlous. Trenn Im A Sou. W C Bee A co, A S
Smith. Witte Bros, Pringle A Son, Mowry A Son,
Kinsman A Howell, Murdaugh A Mathews, WP
Dowling A co, W C Courtney A co, Reeder A Da
vis. Gr ieser A Harmon, W B Williams A toa, G
Follhi, L D DeSaassure, Warrener A Weekly, i B P
Alley, caldwell A Son, W B Smith A co, Steffens,
Werner A Ducker.
NORTHS AflTXKN RAILROAD.
389 bales upland and 20 bags sea Island cotton,
536 bbls na al stores, esra lumber, wood, rough
rice, tobacco, mdse, Ac. To G W William? A co,
W U Courtenay A co, W K Ryan.TP Smith, A
j -alina?, Reeder A Davis. Geo* H Walter A co,
A s smith. J R Pringle A Son, GA . renholm A
'Son, ca Ul A ell A Son, J C M allou?e. Barden A Par?
ker, E Welling. W C Bee A co. U C Hudgtna, F L
Meyer, Raveuel A co. Howard A Bro, stoney A
Lo wndes, J C H Claussen, Witts Bro*. Wagoner A
Weekly, Dowling A co, H Bolwinkle, Front. Adger
A co, T L Webb. Gaillard A Mlnotr, E Wills, L D
De -amaure, C Emery, Wageuer A, Monsees, Rail?
road Agent and Order.
rum CILEX DAR.
KOOK'S PB ASKS.
Last Qaarter. 5th. 1 hour, 25 minutes, morriu g
New Hoon 11th, io hours 42 minutes, even tc g.
First Quarter. IS tn. 3 hours. 21 run; ur e.,. eve ni: g.
Full Moon, 26th, 4 hours, 15 minutes, evening.
a. a s
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CHARLESTON, 8.C..DECEMBER 12.
Lat 32 deg 46 min83 sec. | Lon 7?deg57 mm27 s< c
Steamship Gulf'Stream, McCrery, Philadelphia,
left - mst- Mdse. To W A Courtenay; Railroad
Agents. C P Poppenhelm, Hart A co, E Perrv, P J
Coogan, C L Eornahreas, S R Marshall A co, "w p
Paddon, JeUords A co, J M Greer A son, Walker,
Evans A Cogswell, L Chap?n, A Johnson, Byrne A
Fogariles Manioue A co,' C Clacos. M O'Brien, J F
Taylor A cb, B Boyd. Bollmaun Bros, P Walsh, S<
A 0 Railroad co, m E Railroad co. w H Chafee A
oo. Macqueen A Blecke, C W Wi.liams A co. Jas R
Pringle A Son, B Feld rt ann A co, havened A co,
Kinsman Bros, Capt G W Brudley. J N Schede, L
Elias, H W Knete, M Greenland, Dr H Baer, H A
Doc J A Blake, J G Ul nor A co, Chase A Cuttino.
T M Bristoll A co, FogHrtle's Book Depot, Holmes1
Book Depot, J A Wltner, Crane, Bt.jlsion A co. F
L O'Neill, J C Og- lxaaan. C D hranke, Knobel. ch
A Small, Pani. W elch A Brandes. S T Souder, J B
Duval A Son, A W Eckel A co, Johnston, Crews A
co, H Bischoff A co, 0 F Wietera, WH Welch, J U
Graver A co, Steffens. Werner A Ducker, Gat? co
J E Adger A Cu, D F Gleason, J G Slater, Wagener
A Mon-eea, J A Quactenbusb, L Drucker, Order
W Butcher A son, G J Lunn, Cameron, Barkley A
co, a TiefeuthaL L Neumeyer. L F Robertson, s H
Wilson A Bro. U Blatte A co, Adams, Damon A
CO, T K Ghupeln, Jno W Linley, E E Bedford, T ll
Cater, Thomas A Linnean, C F Panknln, Geo W
A mat, and others.
Merchants' Line sehr Myrover. vrown, New
York, - days. Mdse. To W Roach A co* Adams,
Damon A co, J E Adger A co, T W Bliss. H Cobla
A c\ Bollmann Bree, H Bischoff A co. J C Brandt,
G W Bradley, W C Bee A co, D Buiwinkle, Wm U
Chafo A co, A F Chevreau, C Berbusse, C Ciaclus,
E R Cowpertiiwait. L Dunueman, U A One. Jas M
Eat< n A Bro, Howie. Moise A Dari , H Gerdts A
co, D F Fleming A CO. Goodrich. Wlneman A co, J
H Grav-r A co, J Gorham, R Gannon, J S Dyer. J
Hurkamp A co, J U Hillen, Burt A co, Kanapacx
A Gonzalez, C Kerrison, Jr, A co, H Klatte A co, J
P Kiep, Klii:ck, Wicken bet g A co. P- Kressel. Jr. c
L Korna'irens, C l.lllt-nihal A co, P B Lalane A co.
J W Linley, Mantone A co. A McLelsh, U Crlnch,
C L Mcciennahan, S R Marshall A co. B O'Neill, B
K Neufvll e, J F O'Neill. D Paul A co, J A Quack
enbunti, S C Railroad co, W Shepherd A co. Jno II
Voller?, Stttlen?, Werner A Ducker, K Th .mun?
son A co, J H Wuhrmann, E K White, Wagener A I
Monsees, W G W.uuden, O W Williams A CJ, W L
Webb, Otto F v leters, J N Robson. ?ium A Miller,
order and r-th?:<?.
Sehr Loretto Fish, willey, Ph ladelpbla-8 cays,
Coal. To H -' Baker A co.
Sehr Emma BUKT, Rumley. Georgetown, s C.
23<;o bushels rough rice. To J R Priagl. A Sou.
Scar Southerner,-. Georgetown, S O. loco
bnshel i roagb rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Scbr Anns Deas, Garbear,l. Weet Point MUL 46
tiercee rice, ioffu Bee & co, and Frost, Adger
Coast survey sloop steadfast, from Baltimore
for st Augustine.
Boat from John's Island. 8 bags Bea island cot?
ton. To R Roper.
Received from Chlsolm's Min. 83 tes rice. To
w u i ee A co.
Spanish brig Manuel, Pares, Barcelona-Jos A
Enslo w A- co.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, Liverpool.
British bark Lucy. Griffiths, Liverpool.
Brig J L Bowen, Taylor, Liverpool.
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, Wilmington, M C.
F HOM THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York, 11th
D QC t* tn bc r?
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, at Baltimore, Decem?
sehr E B Everman, Corson, at Philadelphia, 8th
CP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, at Cardin*, Wales, 2lst
Sehr Bowdoln, Randall, at Baltimore, Decem?
Sehr Louise Crockett, Flanders, at Baltimore,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull at New Tork,
D GC 6 m t) ? r 9
Ship Albert Edward, McKinney, at Savannah,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK, December IL-Arrived, steamships
City of Paris, Columbia and Atlantic Arrived
oat, the Daclan and Virginia.
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS FORT.
Br ship Mascongus, Groves, sailed.Nov ss
Br bark Colonist, BasBrud, cleared.Nov 24
Br ship Magdala, Black, up.Oct 24
Br bark BelMste, Williams, sailed.Oct 16
'he soeskummeren, Westergaard, sl'd.oct IT
The Windermere, Yeoman. saUed.Oct IT
The Hamlrja, Birkland, sailed.Oct 26
T?e Preso, Jenkins, salieJ.Sept 29
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Oct IT
Ship John Sidney, Bartlett, sailed.Oct 18
The Little Fred, Dear, sailed.Nov IT
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, cleared.< etsi
Sehr Henrietta, Barnett, up.Nov 21
Br bark Celeste, Fullerton, up.Oct 21
Spanbtlg Joven Carmelita, Anye, sailed...Nov26
HAYAOURZ, P. R.
Sehr Old Chad, -, up.Nov ie
Brig Minnie Abbie, Harding, up.Nov 24
Brig Ida L Ray,-, up.Nov 28
Sehr s V W Williams, Slumona, up.Nov 29
Sehr J H Han<?ok, Croweu, ap.Nov 80
Sehr Lizzie Maul, Babier, ap.Dec 4
Brig Georgia, Swan, up. .Nov 18
sehr Guy R Phelps, Shailer, cleared.Deo 6
Sehr 0 A Bentley, Palenberg, up.Dec 4
Sehr Florence Rogers, Shepherd, up..Dec 4
sehr Robert 8 Graham. Smith, up.Nov 27
Sehr Opeo Sea, Coombs, cleared.Dec 2 |
Sehr Matoaka. Fooks, cleared.Dec 6
Sehr Bowdoln, Randall, up.Dec 9
Sehr Louise Crockett, Flanders, up.Dec 9
Ship Albeit Edward, McKinney, cleared.. .Dec 9
Shep, ?oo?s, e?f.
J. R. READ'S.
PLAIN COLORED 8ILK8,
IN POULT DE SOIE AND JAPANESE,
_ J. R. READ'S._
J. R. READ'S.
BLACK MOHAIR C0RD8,
BLACK SATINS AND BLACK MERINOS.
J. R. READ'S. i
BLACK SILK VELVETS
BLACK AND COLORED VELVETEENS.
J. R. READ'S.
RICH DRESS GOODS
MEDIUM PRICED DRESS GOODS. .
J. R. READ'S._
(HARRIS'S "SEAMLESS" KID GLOVES,)'
ALSO, FRENCH KID GLOVES IN VARIETY,
One and two Battons, $l, $l 25 and8l 60.
J. R. READ'S._
FOR " j
J. R. READ'S.
RIBBONS, FANCV NECKTIES,
HANDKERCHIEFS, LACES AND EM?
_J. R. READ'S._
NECKTIES, LINEN SHIRT FRONTS. HAND?
KERCHIEFS AND GLOVES.
_J. R. READ'S.
LICE Al LINEN COLLIE,
SETS AND SLEEVES, INFANTS' CLOAKS
_J. R. READ'S._
TABLE DAMASKS, NAPKINS,
TOWELS AND WHITE LINENS. LINEN
AND COTTON BHEETING8.
_J. R. READ'S._
CORSETS AND UNDERVESTS.
_J. R. READ'S._
CLOAKS AND SHAWLS,
LADIES' SUITS, CHILDRENS' CLOAKS,
LADIES" JACKETS, SACQUES, Ac.
J. R. READ'S,
0Ct27-tu:;iS6m0S No. 263 KING ST.
Jp O E BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OP THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The floe Steamship FALCON, Havnie, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, ou SATURDAY,
loth December, at IO o'clock A. M.
MW Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
etty by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Gooda from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
decl2-S_ No. 3 Union Wharves.
Jp OB NElTJf OBI.
?BW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship CHARLES?
TON, JANIS Bntar, Commander, will (all from
Adger's sooth Wharf on iCTSDAY, the 13th In?
stant, at 8 o'clock P. M.
MW insurance by this line half per cent.
MW Through Bills of Lading given on Conon r
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and tho New Eng
.and maenfacrnring towns.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
decll-2 JAMES ADOBE A 00.. Agents.
THE PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
GULF STREAM, Captain McCrery,
VIRGINIA, Captain Hanter,
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from Cincinnati, st. Loma, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
MW The GULF STREAM ls appointed to sall from
Brown's wharf ou THURSDAY, December 14th,
at 6 o'olock P. M.
MW The VIRGINIA win follow next week.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY. Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., Agents, Ne. 12 Sooth Dela
ware Avenue. Philadelphia. dccll-mtntha
JpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QjDEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
4?VSS> STEAM COMPANY
Will dispatch ooo of their first -class, full powei
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. 4S N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
WISCONSIN, Capt! WILLIAMS, Dec 18, at 180AM'
NEVADA Capt. FORSYTH.Deo. 30, at 1 P M
W YOMING.Capt. WHINNBKAY.Dec. 27, at 2.30 P M
MINNESOTA, Capt. a organ.Jan. 8, at
IDAHO, capt. PRIOR.Jan. 10, at --
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 30 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. S3 Wah street, N. T.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool issued
by the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars and rato.of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER 4 00.,
WAGNER, HUGER A 00.,
mays Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPF8
TSROOeH UKI TO
CALIFORNIA, CR IN A AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above une leave Pier ^MBa
tte. 42. North Rivtr, foot or CanalSaJBB
a troc:. Krw York, at IS o'clock boon, ot the 16tr
ned aoth of every month (except when these
latea fallon Sunday, then tho Saturday preco?
All departures connect at Panama with steam
.rs for nootb Pac tilo and Centrai American pons.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran
deco first or every month, except when lt falls OD
Sunday ; then on the day preceding.
No california steamers touch at Havana, but
go dlre?t from New York to AspinwalL
one hundred poundsoaggage free to each adult,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Paasage Tickets or other Information app.y
*t tho COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Oana] street, North River, Kew
fork. F. B, BABY, Agent.
pACIFIC GUANO COMPANY'S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$26 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOR
! This article ls prepared under the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVEN EL, expressly for
Composting with Cotton Seed.
It wad Introduced by this Company two years
ago, and Its use has fully attested Its value. 200
to 26S pounds of this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight of cotton seed,
furnishes the planter wltn a Fertilizer of the high?
est excellence at the smallest eosr. A Compost
prepared with thia article, as by prlnte4 direc?
tions tarnished, contains ail the elements of fer
tliiry that can enter into a First 0 ans Fertilizer,
while its economy must commend its llnoral ate
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. HOBSON,
Agent Patine Goano Company,
Nos. 03 East Bay end 1 and 2 uiantlo Wharf.
Charleston, S. C.
?NO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
O L U B L E
PRICE, $46 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience lu the ase or this GUANO for the
past six years m this State, for Calton and Corn,
han so far established tts character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
in accordance with the established policy of the
Company to famish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
ls pot into market this season at the above re?
t? uced price, which the Comp my ls enabled to do
by reason o Its large facilities atu the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies pnt Into market this ?eason are, as
heretorore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Julian Ra vene i, (merni st of
the Company, at Charleston. S. 0., Ivjnce planters
may rest assured ti at Its quality and c mposlilon
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low prioe. every acre planted
can be fertilised with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the prese t value of 80 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop ls increased by the ap Ucatlon from two to
three fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
under no condition could ita application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guan? Company,
Koa. 68 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wnarr.
Charleston, s. c.
JOHN s. REESE A CO., General Agents.
_ Sinpftfi?. _
Jp OR GARDNER'S BLUFF, AND
INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS OK THE PEEDEE
RIVER VIA GEORGETOWN.
The steamer PL A NT F R, Captain H.
8. Cordes, ls now receiving Freight.__
at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave on
WEDNESDAY? HOSKING, the 13th inst., ats o'clock.
Freight and Wharfage mast he prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having good state-room
accommodations, apply to the Captain on board,
orto RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
decll-a No. 177 East Bay.
OE FLORIDA, VIA SAVANNAH,
TWICE A WEEK,
The splendid Steamers DICTATOR, _ . ?^pa*^
Captain L. M. Coxetter, and OITi aaawaasaBC
POINT, Captain Ooo. E. McMLlan, win aaU as loi
The Die ator will leave Charleston every Tens
DAT EVEN INO, at S o'clock, and City Point every
FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 O clock, for Fernandina,
Jacksonville, P&latka, and all Landings on St.
John's River. These Steamers connect with rail?
road at Tocol for St. Augustine, and at Pataika
with steamers for Enterprise.
Close connection ls also made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana and
shipman can rely on no detention of freights to
New Orleans, and at low rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharf and Fast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. 0.
Captain w. T. MCNKLVY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharf ? . JU*****
every MOND tv MORN I VG, at 8 o'clock, JBtSmmmm
for savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and span
lsh Wells. Returning will kuve Savannah eve.;
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacido and Ohtsolra's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
novl No. 177 East Bay.
?p O R FORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WIDENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed .?u
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf U
SYSKY DAY, at 10 o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
nov 16 On Board.
MENKE & MULLER,
NO. 325 Kl NC STREET,
Invite attention to their large and splendid
STOCK OF CLOTH,
O LOTHIN GJ-,
FURNISHING GOODS, &C.
READY MADE SUITS for sn ages, from the
smallest boy to the largest man.
Dress and Business suit* or all descriptions.
Elegant overcoats, Pea Jackets, Derby and
Plain Sack Stilts, Fine English Walking coats and
Saitu or all colors, single and Double Breasted
Black Frock feats. Black Doeskin aud Fancy eas
si mere Dress P.< ut?, Velvet a HlkS, Cloth, Castor
-Beaver sad Oassimere Vests, manufacturei
under our own observation. We are therefore
sure of a good flt and durable work.
Is auaplied with the finest selection or BROAD?
CLOTHS, Doeskins, Castor Beavers, Chinchilla
Diagonals, Meltons, and all styles or C assumer ea
for BuBinea Snits. Velvets, SIIKB, Plush and Cash?
mere Vestings. And a variety of handsome Pan?
taloon patterns, which we make up to order by
measure at the shortest notice, and guarantee
first class and proper workmanship.
This Department ls supplied with the celebrated
STAB SBIRT8, Imported and Domestic Merino
Shaker Flannel, Ad-Wool Underwear Goods, Half
Hose, suspenders. Handkerchiefs, Linen and
Pape''Coffs and Collars, Imperial, Alexander and
Conrvolslcr's Kid Gloves and a fa 1 assortment
of Buckskin, Dogskin. Beaver and Gass. Gloves.
And a very large assortment of Silk, Alpaca and
Scotch Ginu ham water-Proof [HO] Umbrellas.
Our Stock has been selected with the greatest
care, and price - ra irked very low in plain figures.
Our motto ls quick sales and small profits, fair
dealings. Gooda may be returned if not satisfac?
tory. Buyers In our llue wul find lt to their ad?
vantage to give os a calL octl9-3mos
JMPORTATION OF FOREIGN BOOKS.
By special arrangements we are prepared to ex?
ecute o.ders for ENGLISH AND FOREIGN
BOOKS. Purtles en'rusting their orders to me
may depend upon the utmost dispatch and atten?
tion to their delivery.
FOGARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
J9-WE ARE NOW OPENISG A GREAT VA
VA KIETT" OP FANCY ARTICLES, oESKS, WORK
BOXE:-, WRITING CASES. PORTFOLIOS, AC, AO.
SCHOOL BOOKS, AND ALL KINDS OF SCHOOL
NEW CATALOGUE-NO. 19.
JOWETTS "DIALOGUES OF PLATO," (a Monu?
ment of Modern Scholarship ) Translated Into
EngllBh, with Analysis and Introductions, by B.
Jowett., M. A. M .star ?f Balliol College, Oxford,
and Regina Professor of Greek, 4 Vols, Crown, 8
Americanisms; The English of the New World,
by M. Scheie DeVere, L.L. D., $3.
The invasion of France In 1814, by Erokmann
Chatraln, paper 60c; cloth 00c.
The Early Years of Christianity, by E. De Pr?n?
sense, o. D.. Illustrated, by Annie Harwood, ' The
Martys and Apologists," $1 76.
A Critical Greek and English Concordance of
the New Testament, prepared by Charles F. Hod?
son, under the direction of -Horace L. Hastings,
revised and completed by Ezra Abbot. L.L. I>,
Assistant Librarian of Harvard University, 2d
edition, revised, $2 6?U. i
Mountain Adventurer In Various Parts of the
World: sketches selected from the narratives of
celebrated travellers, with Introduction by Head?
ley, 41 Illustrations, (Library or Wonders,) *160.
Ron tl edge's Every Boys' Annual for 187s, with
numerous Illustrations. 13. .
'?.JUVENILE BOOKS FOR THE HOLID.' 9.
We nave given especia; a-te nt lon to this depart?
ment. Y< e have all the New Books of the season,
together with ? large stock of the old favorites.
The prices are much reduced from former prices.
Our Village, by Mary Russell Mitford, New Edi?
tion, 2 Vols, $3 SO
Travels In the Air. by James Glaisher, F. R.
S, Camille Flammarion, w. De Foavlile, and
Gaston TTsean iier. Edited by James Glaisher,
with one honored and twenty-five lllus;ratk>ns.
A Second Edition, glvtag an account of the use
of the Balloon daring the Siege or Paris, 810.
tar Persons residing In the country wul please
sear In mind that by sending their orders to ni
ror any books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay tor
rho postage or express,
FOGARTIB'S BOOK DEPOSITORY,
Jo. seo King street, (in the Band.) Charleston, S. O
No. 256 KINO STREET, (IN THE BEND,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Mrs. A. J. KENNEDY begs te announce that "The
Waverly" has not been closed during the preval?
ence or therever.bat has been renovated and paint?
ed throughout. The location or "The Waverly?
la the best or any hotel in charleston, being in the
lm eiiate vicinity or the leading retail stores
and public p-omenade, making lt a pleasant place
tor strangers to atop while in Charleston. The
rooms are large, well furnished and exceedingly
well ventilated, and the table all that the most
fastidious could desire, commercial travellers
will find this bouse a home. The proprietress
would moat respectfully so.iclt a share of that
patronage which bas heretofore been so liberally
bestowed. Mas. A J. KENNEDY,
nov 15-winn mo Proprietress.
_grg <S>oob~f ?c.
No. 944 King street,
Exhibit this week tbe COE AFEST OOODS FOB
TBE SEA-ON, lnall departments._
No. 944 King street.
DRESS OOODS DEPARTMENT.
Examine oar SILE VELOURS and JAPANESE
P PLI NS. at 90 cen ta
Japanese Robes, fall Dresses, only $8 fio
sus Velvet, 30 in. wide, only $0, worth. $10
Velveteens reduced from $l 60 to $126
one ease Black alpaca, 4-4, only 2& cents
One oase Colored Alpaca, 2o cents
Alt other Dress Geoda, Cloaks and Shawls, greatly
FIJBmCrOTT, BBNBlHfiT ttfil,
No. 944 King street.,
THE CHEAPEST AND NICEST.
OAK BE BOUGHT AT *.
FLTRCHGOTT, BENEDICT j CO.'S.
No. 944 King street.
We received 200 more of those nice SETS (CAPE
AND MUFF) OF FURS for $3 only
Children's SetB Cape and Mud, $2 only
Minks, Irmine and Sable Fara.
Also Jackets, very i. heap._
FURWTT, BENED?CT & CO.,
No. 944 King street.
For Sash Ribbons and Cloth
SEE BUSINESS NOTICE.
FURCHIJOTTJ BENEDICTtSt CO..
No. 944 King street
BSCEIVBO. OPEXHD AND READY
ON MONDAY, DECEMBER 11TH,
AT LOW raices, A FULL LD?B.O?
Hos lery, Sdi rta
_Flannels, Ribbone, Bows.
FCBC?GOTT, BENEDICT & CO.,
No. 944 King street.
CARPETS ! CARPETS ! CARPETS 1
Body Brussels Mats
Three Ply s Druggets.
AU at reduced prices._ -,
IWfiWfT BENEDICTA CO.,
No. 944 King street.
A large lot Of UNTRIMMED HATS, to be closed
out cheap. Milliners wilt do well to calL novio ;
POS THE HOLIDAYS
M LADIES* BAZAtR.
THOMAS & LANNEAU,
No. 989 King, street,
Opposite the Vow Masonic Temple.
AK ENTIRELY NEW STOCK OF
JE WELBY, PLATED WABE,
Kow opening, Including
FINK CHINA, and j J
OUT GLASS SETS,
Ali of the Latest and most Beautiful styles.
ALSO, A LABOE ASSORTMENT OF
FRENCH CHINA AND GRANITE DIN?
NER, TEA AND CHAMBER 8ETS,
Decorated and Plaut. .novlS
PUT UP IS CASES, SPEC
I A L LT
FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY, At
No. 307 KING STREET.
Jg ALL, BLACK k CO.,
NOS. 666 and 667 BROADWAY, N. T.,
oner for the HOLIDAYS the most complete and
best selected assortment of the follow.ng Goods
to be found m Ute elly:
DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRV
Watches for Ladles and GenHernia
Sterling Sliver Table Ware
Bronzes, Antique and Modern
Marble and Bronze Clocks
FANCY GOODS GENERALLY
TJENZINE, DOUBLE DISTILL! D.
FOR CLEANING CLOTH ET*
For sale wholesale and retail by
No. 131 Meeung stree:
jy 0 N'T LE TT HB *
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY SLIP!
POSITO ii DRIWINGr, JAN. 8, 1872.
THE SOUTH CARO UH A. LAND AID
IMMIGRATION GIFT CO.VCKHTS _
WW take placo ^
On the day appointed.
SECURE TOUR TICKETS AT ONCE !
?-All Orden Strictly 'ConfldentiaL-6* ?
2405 Gifts, amountingto.??OO,OOQ
./- r : ? .. ?<>".? ? <
Tbs chancea ar? u c usually good-one ticket . In
every s ix ty . tw o ts sure to draw a prise..
Orders for Ticket* reoelved up to the fith of Jan?
uary, after which time'no more Tickets win be
SINGLE TICKJETS $0 EACH.
NO POSTPONEMENT !
ComS-IOITKBa ASS SOTBBtlSOBS OF DBA WIKA :
General A. R. WRIGHT, or Georgia.
General BRADLEY T.J?RNSON. of Virginia.
Colonel B. H. RUTLEDGE, ol South Carolina.
Hon. ROGER A. PRYOR, ot New York.
Great inducement end redaction In price of
Tickets to Clubs.
'Remittances can be made to us, and the ticket?
wm be sent by return mail by ^
BUTLER, CHADWICK, GARY & CO.,
Charleston, S. C., or oar Agent?. ?.. >? i
General M. C. Ben. SB. JOHN CHAD wier.
v General M. w. GABT.
Tl eke is can be procured of E. SE BRING A CO.,
and I. L. MOsES, General Agent?, No. 84 Broad
^aiTJ.gT?>c gljgtribpl on,
rjinririo RLE S TO N
FOB THB easBFrr OF THB
FREE SCH 00 L FUND,
Incorporated by let et Asiembiy, 1870. Approved
. .. . if . March sta, 1871. .
SECOND GRAND SINGLE NUMBER RAFFLE AND
J) ?STRIl?OTK)$ OF ?WARDS.
Free School Fund, wm take place on , a&,
U BATtrBDJT, DECEMBER ?3, 1171,
At No. 147 Meeting street, Charleston, S.O., at 1
o'clock, PVm.?ln public.- :'
CERTIFICATE SHARES ONE DOLLA*.
SCBB: CLE OF AWARDS ,.
One Award or aaet or D.a?ondJ^.Blngir -,
and Breastpin-the diamonds are laTge
and or me purest water ALo a large
Solitaire Diamond mag ann a pair of
very heavy Gold Bracelets, With Tassels
(des?gnatelas No. lin the awards,) val- ...
One Award of one. set of Diamond Ear-Rlngs
and Breastpin; large and pure bril lan ts,
richly set ( i esl mated as No. 2 tn the
awarua,) valued at.1,250
One Award or outset of Dla mond Far-Rings
and BTea tpln. large 'BrtlMattte, (desi*
. nated aa No a In tue awards,) valued ac 1,000
One Award pf one ?et or Diamond Ear RI ogs
Sou Breas:pm, (deslgnat-d as No. 4 tn .') *?
tue awards.) valued at.......... LOM
One award .or onejarge Diamond cross
Breastpin, large diamonds, (designated jv
as No. 4 in the ?ward--?,) valued st. %W
One Award or one rich Cluster Diamond
Ring, (designated aa No. 0 In the awards)
One .Award of one Custer Diamond sing,
act oval, '(designated aa No. 7 in the
awards,) valued et,.. 800
One Award of a Gentleman's Diamond Clos*
- ter Breastpin, large diam on t m centre,
(designated as No. 8 In the awards.) va ?
ned at.ii 700
One Award or a stacie stone Diamond Ring,
(designated as No. 8 In the awards,) vat
ned at. '........7Z,.... 100
One Award of a Lady's ?esl Watch, with
splendid Gold Bpera Chain ano Tassels,
(designated as No. 10 in the awards,)
One Awarii of a Lady's Gold ?Fetch andr,,
heavy Gold Opera Chain,, (d?s mated as
No. ll in the a wards, ) Veined et..; KO
One Award, ot a Lady's Gold Watch and
large Go d Ohaln,?sith Tassel*, (desi?,
neted aa No. U in. the awards.) valued
_ at........."...-.:r.... 200
One Award or a Lady's Gold Watch and
large Opera Chain f aesellea. (designated
as No. 18 la the awards,) valued it.'...,. .00
One Award of a Gentleman's Gold Watdfl,
rem winder? timing arm a^d quarter,
seconds, made by Jerggensdn, one of the
best timing watones m the United
States, with massive Gold Chain, (dasig.
. .dated ss No. 14 in the awards,) valued
one Award of k Gemieaiene.tfcad. J*atoivu-,
stem winder, with large Gold Chain, (de?
signated as No. 18' In the' awards.) val' - ? -
ned at...7:..:....-ft;.'.. 300
One Award or a Gentleman'* Go d Watch,
stem winder, and massive. Gold Chain,
(designated as No.* 10 tn the awards,)
. vaheo at.Kt.t..' 800
One Award of a Gentleman's large Gold
naming Watch, made by Tobias, with
massive Gold chain, (designated aa Ne.
17 in the awares,) valued at. SCO
One Award or a Gentleman's Cold Watch,'
stem winder, wttn. heavy Geld Chain,
designated .as No. 18 la -jue awards,)
, valued at..v............. 300
One award or one vet br Sen d M? ver' sp oona
y and Forks, (designated as No. 18 lu the
awards,) valued at.e.... SOO
One Award of one triple plated Tea Set on
White M?laT, UWTOtefl Walter, one
pair of Frai: Stands,'and one pair Cake
Baskets, (designated as No. go In the
awa.da,) vajaedat,.?Vf.V...'.'.. 200
Twemy Award?, each of a $50 United States
J Gold Bonn,, new issn e, valued at...)...... 1,0?
Sixty Awards, each, cf one-fuur;h of a $100
QM Bond, Cm ti c 'St ate?, n ew issue,
- val ned escn at iv... ^1..al.......... LKW
AU the above awards caa be examined sV t oe
office or the Association. No. 147 Meenngtetreet,
charleston, s. C. a ll -ia* diamonds aie u/.the
-purest quality, and are large and mounted in the
latest siyle, and bavi been expressly imported by
Messrs. Larmonr A 00. Jewellers, Rainmore,
Maryland, for the .isolation and the vaines
named are Jost ai market prices Tne ladles of
Char eaton are respectfully reqne-ted io call and
< ese mine the te h ?eut uni gooda. 0
, * Remeaibe'., every Award must be distributed on
the day or the Mame to the certificate Holders;
Tue- above Awards to be dist rt ou ted ia. Gold
Bonus. Diamonds, Watchem, Jewelry. Ac, m con?
formity to law. ' .. v
For ail orders, address
CHARLESTON CHARITABLE ASSOCIATION.
147 Meeting street,Charleston, S.O.
SASHES AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed his Office to and o*?ned hu prin?
cipal SALESROOMS at SO. to HA-JB STREET
and No. S3 PIN CRN KY STREET, where he takes
pleasure in offering to the while a rnUstockot
his own manufacture orDOORS,SA>HES.Bl(fiiD3
MOULDINGS. NEWELS, BALUSTERS, AC. Y-*
" WOOD TURNING in all Its branches._
A specialty mad? or FRENCH and AMERICAN
WINDOW GLASS, at WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
esr Orders tor atocle of irregular sine workre
cetvert eltner ar. tho Salesroom*. So. 20 HAYNS
STREET,or at the FACTORY on Horlbeck's whart.