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MEETINGS THIS DAT.
La Candeur Lodge, A. F. M., at 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, shoes, clothing, &?.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, athis
store, carriage, furniture, <tc.
The range of the thermometer yesterday
at the drug store of Mr. Joseph Blackman, on
the south side ol Broad street, was as fol?
lows : 6 A. M., 66; 10 A. M., 70; 12 M., 73; 2
P. M., 76; 4 P. M., 74; 6 P. M., 72; 8 P. M., TL
-It is said that a new line of steamers to
Monnt Pleasant are about to be started by the
Charleston Land Company.
O. H. Kelley, Esq., secretary ol the Nation?
al Orange Patrons of Husbandry, arrived tn
the city yesterday afternoon from Columbia.
He ls staying at the Charleston Hotel.
-The new front ot Greer's book Btore bas
been completed. It constitutes a great Im?
provement te the appearance of the Blore and |
-John Bonum, of the Bowen nominees, has
resigned a position which be held in the Cus?
tomhouse at the time of his nomination. The
puce has been filled by Thomas Osborne.
-At a meeting; of the' Catholic Institute,
held last evening, the new constitution was
submitted for adoption. It was taken np by
sections and the greater portion adopted.
Several letters ot application for membership
were also read.
-The residence ot Mr. E. L. Boche, upon
bis farm abont a mlle from the city, on the j
Meeting; street road, was entered a few eve?
nings ago and robbed ol a lot of valuable
clothing. The robbery was committed about |
eight o'clock, while Mr. Boche and bis family
were la the city.
-Cotton now goes to ali the New England
mills by Clyde's Steam Lines to Providence;
thence in through oars, loaded on Providence
Steamer wharf, to all the Eastern cotton
points. No d ravage anywhere up to the
Canada - line. The Gulf Stream sails to-mor?
THE ENTERPRISE RAILROAD.
The following order was Issued by Judge
Graham on Saturday last in the case ol the
Enterprise Railroad against the City Connell j
of Charleston :
It ls ordered that unless the plaintiff, within
ten days from date, put the streets named in
the order of September lath, 1872, made in
the above entitled cauee, In proper repair, as
Indicated in said order, the City Council of
Charleston shall have leave, immediately [
ailer the expiration of the said ten days, to
proceed to repair raid streets, keeping a 6triet j
account of all expenditures ' In that behalf:
Provided, That the said Cliy Council shall not
tear up or remove the timbers or tract thusi
far laid down by said company, for the per
mane nt purpose of the road, and shall not ob- j
struct the actual progress of the work ol con?
struction o? said road.
THE NEWS has already announced the fact!
that the iron for the Enterprise Railroad has
arrived in Charleston. On its arrival, the engi?
neer of the road, Mr. John K. Gourdin, was
summoned from tbe country, and he returned
to the ci ty a few days ago. A large number of
banda have been engaged, and preparations
are now being made to commence the - work
of laying the Iron on next Monday morning.
The work will be commenced in Washington
COTTON FOB GREAT BRITAIN.-Mr. Henry ?
Card cleared yesterday the British bark Gran?
ton, Captain Rowland, for Liverpool, with
fifteen hundred and twenty-eight bales upland
cotton and one hundred and Ul ty-five tons
CHILDREN'S PORTRAITS.-Some of the most
beautiful children's pictures we have ever
seen . are those made at the photograph gal?
lery of Mr. 8. T. Sonder, the well known j
King street artist For gracefulness of posl- j
Hon and beauty and brilliancy of finish, they j
. cannot be surpassed.
RIAL ESTATE BALKS.-R. M. Marshall & Bro.
sold at auction, yesterday, a small wooden
atore and dwelling, situated In Alexander
street, for $700 cash.
Leitch A Bruns sold yesterday, at auction, :
wooden residence, situated onTrapman street,
for 1900; one-fourth cash, balance payable In
one and two years.
MASS MEETING OF CUBANS.-A meeting; of J
tile Cuban residents of Charleston was held
last evening at No. 340 King street for the pur?
pose of organizing the Cuban Association or j
the South, No. 5. The Cuban Association ex?
tends all over the United States, and has for
Us object tbe furnishing ot pecuniary aid lo
the Cabin cause. The meeting was called to
order by Mr. Victor Valdez, the agent ot the
association for th'.s State. A permanent or?
ganization was effeoted, and the followlog
officers were elected : Jose G. Gomez, presi?
dent; B. L. Morillo. Secretary; Jose Rosls,
* AGRICULTURAL * SOCIETY OF SOOTH CARO?
LINA,-A regular meeting o? the Agricultural
Society of South Carolina was held last eve?
ning, at the Board of Trade rooms. The com?
mittee appointed at the last meeting to revise
the constitution and by-laws made their re?
port, which was referred over to the next reg?
ular meeting for action. One hundred copies
of the revised constitution were ordered to be
printed in the meantime.
- Br. Otto A. Moses made some valuable sug?
gestions on utilizing the ammoniacal water or
gas-wella for fertilizing purposes.
THE DAT OF ATONEKBNT.- Next Saturday
evening, the 12th instant, corresponding with
the/ 10th day of the Jewl?h month Tlshrl, -the
Day or A} on em eut commences, and continues
tot twenty four h..urs. During all this time
tHe Israelites abstain from lood and drink
wita great rigor-not even a drop of water is
allowed-and pass the time In reading the
solemn prayers and confessions which are ap-.
proprlate to the occasion. lt is a day OL00*9-1
ly spiritual exercise and devotion. All busl- '
ness ls appended, and the most pressing
seoular employments are for that day forgot?
ten; body and mind being alike devoted to the
great and absorbing duty of repentance and
GOVERNOR SCOTT'S LIBEL SOIT,-Governor
Scott, who Is now In ibis city, received a letter
yesterday from his agent, Judge Tom Mackey,
who was sent to New York to commence
legal proceedings against the New York Tri?
bune for its alleged libel in publishing a state?
ment made to one of Its reporters by M. R.
Delany. The letter stated that the declara?
tion in the case was flied on Tuesday, the 8ih
instant, lu the United States Circuit Court for
the Bouuiern Circuit of New York, Mr. Henry
Clews, the banker, signing the bond for the
costs, and that the case would probably come,
np for trial about the aeCond Monday In De
Z^L ?^S*00* wa8 ?Pect<* to be
fostan? T0rk Tlmes of the 9ttl
First Page for o^L^T
THE ST. PHILLP STREET MURDER.
The Inquest-A Vardlct of Wilful
The Jury of Inquest impanelled to investi?
gate the circumstances connected with the
murder of Ellis Allen, colored, by Robert W.
Brown, also colored, assembled at the coro?
ner's office yesterday morning at ten o'clock.
Several witnesses were examined, but their
evidence was in the main unimportant
John Smith, colored, testified that he lives
upon Gray's lot St. Phillp street the scene of
the murder. About hair-past ten o'clock on
the night of October 6, he was sitting In his
doorway. Brown came from the street and
entered his own house, where he made Borne
remarks to bis wife about Allen. Allen also
came from the street about a half hour later.
Brown on hearing Allen come In wentout and
attacked him. The former knocked the latter
down, and beat him for some time while be
was lying on the grouud. Brown at length
got up and went Into bis house. Allen entered
his own. The witness tben closed his door,
and saw nothing of the fight in which Allen
received the mortal wound.
D. F. Fuller testified that he went Into J. G.
Lnden's grocery store, on the corner of St.
Phillp and Warren streets, early on the same
evening. Brown and Allen were then in the
store. Tnej commenced quarrelling, and
drew off to fight The witness stepped be.
tween them and made peaoe. Brown shortly
after left the Btore.
Susan Smith, colored, lives upon Gray's lot
Was in bed at the time the difficulty occurred
between Brown and Allen. Heard some one
cry murder. Ban to the door In time to see
Brown strike Allen In the head with the axe.
The Jury, after a short consid?ration of the
ma tter, rendered a verdict of felonious kill?
ing, which ls equivalent to wilful murder.
Brown was committed to Jail for trial at the
next term of the General Sessions Court
BALL OE THE FR AUEN VEREIN.
Thc first of the grand balls of the season
was given last evening, at the hall of the
Freondsohaltsbnnd, by the .'adles of the Fran
Verein, for tbe benefit of the new German
Church. The beautiful hall was well filled
with ladies and gentlemen, and the affair was j
in every respect a complete success. The
brilliant music, the pleasant company assem?
bled, and the rapid alternations of lively
dances filled up the evening most enjoyably,
and the elegant supper served in an adjoining
room furnished aa agreeable interlude to the
m o re animated pleasures of the dance.
CAROLINA SPORTSMANS' CLUB.
A.} meeting of the executive council of the
Carolina Sportmans' Club waa held in this
city yesterday afternoon, at whloh the follow?
ing gentlemen from the Interior counties were
elected vice-presidents: Colonel J. P. Rich?
ardson, Colonel Henry Benbow, Clarendon; J
Colonel Thomas Taylor, Wade H. Manning,
Captain W. E. Bachman, Richland; Colonel
John Cantey, Kershaw; Hamilton Boykln,
Camden; Captain Robert Ellison, Fairfield;
Robert Aldrich, Barnwell; Major W. J. Gary,
Captain Robert Hughes, Ed ge field; Richard
Singleton, Sumter; Colonel John Haskell, Ab?
beville; L. A. Harper, Colleton; James Fits,
James Caldwell, Colonel W. F. Nance, New?
berry; Henry Rice, Walterboro'; Dr. Fred.
Dantzler, Orange burg; N. G. Chaiee, Lan?
GRANT, WILSON AND GUSSET.
A decided novelty in political campaigning
In this State was exhibited last evening In the
shape of a banner-raining on Meeting street
opposite the residence of General Gurney, the
candidate for Congress from Ibttr district.
The banner ls a buge affair, measuring about
eighteen by twenty-four feet, and bearing on
each side oil portraits of Grant and Wilson,
each about six feet In diameter, and the fol?
lowing Inscription :
Union Republican Nomlnat ons.
For President, torVlce-Presldent,
U. S. Grant. Henry Wilson.
General William Gurney.
The banner-ralslBg was unaccompanied by
any ceremony, but at about nine o'clock, a
Btrong line having been stretched across the
street from tbe Fireproof building to the roof
of the opposite residence, the big banner was [
fiting to the breeze and left there to astonish
the eyes of the citizens this morning and con-1
tribute its assistance toward the election of I
the trio of candidates whose names it bears.
Ona PRICES CURRENT.-We especially invite
the attention of our merchants to THE NEWS
Prices current Issued this morning. Made
np with the utmost care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, it forms, with
the business card of the house forwarding it
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
for ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a hall cents per copy; single copies
FOB CONGRESS-GENERAL WILLIAM \
Massa?. EDITORS-Please announce General
William Gurney as the Republican candidate
for Congress from this district. He will be
supported by the majority of the
FOBOHGOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 276 King
street, beg leave to announce that they have
now completed their Stook, consisting ol
Dress Goods, Silks, Cloths, Ribbons, Notions,
Flannels, Blankets, Shawls, Domestics, Car?
pels, Upholstery, Shades, Ac, whloh will be
sold at the lowest New York prices. ocl4
NOTICE TO MERCHANT.-) PURCHASING FOB
CASH.-That they can save twenty per oent
by calling and examining the stock ol Dry
Goods, Ready-made Clothing, Notions, ?co., on
consignment from Manulacturers, at the Auc?
tion und Commission House of Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street
LARGELY is still making those fine Cotton
Shirts, with Irish linen fronts, for $2 60. Also
Cotton and Linen Drawers, and all kinds of j
Ladies' Furnishing Goods, at very low prices.
Stitching ol all kinds done to order, at No.
161 King street aepl2-lmo
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinda,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Mayne street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own iactory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
TEAT store next to Singer Sewing Machine
office to rent. Good stand for Mllinery busi?
ness or Dry Goods. Apply at Singer office.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-We have just re?
ceived one thousand boxes, each containing
one quire of fine Note Paper and Envelopes
to match, (without Initial,) also Penholder
and Pen. Price 26 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Room,
FINANCIAL ANJO COMMERCIAL.
Th? Charleston stock mud Bond Harket.
Southern Bank Billa*
Bank of Camden. 10
Bank of Chester. 2
Baak of Georgetown....-. 1
Biak cf Hamburg. 16
Bank or South Carolina. 01
Bank of State of South Carolina,
prior to 1861. 16
Bank or State of South Carolina,
after 1st January, 1881. 16
Commercial Bank, Columbia.. 02
Brohange Bank, Columbia. 02
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 02
Planters'Bank Fairfield. 02
State Bank. 02
State Bonds, old.
State Bonds, new.
S. 0. Railroad and Bank Stock..... 26 00 27 00
S. c. Rail road Seven Per Cent. Bonds .. 61 oo
S. 0. Railroad First Mortgage Bonds 86 00
Northeastern Railroad Stock (capi?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. Vi 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 82 00
Savannah and Oharleston Railroad.
Stock. 20 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroaa
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 73 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroaa
T Per Cent. Sute guaranteed
Oharleston and Savannah 8 Per
Bonds. 65 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 60 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonda 86 00 80 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Bonds. 92 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 72 oo
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. 83 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Angosta
Railroad Stock. -..
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonda.
Sparenburg and Dnlon Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. ...
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City of Oharleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. M oo
City of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent. Bonds. 73 oo
Oliy or Columbia 6 Per Cent. Bonds. .. eooo
Olty of Colombia 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 76 oo
First National Bank or Charleston
Stock. 126 oo
People's National Bank Stock.108 oo
Onion Bank Stock. .. 60 00
Sonth Carolina Lean and Tnrst
Company. 06 00
Peopla's Bank Stock. 8 60
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
stock. 20 00 22 oo
Bank or Charleston Stock. 20 00
carolina National Bank Stock.
Oharleston Gas Company Stock. 18 oo
City Raliway Stock. ?. 62 00
The Charleston Market.
POB TUB WBBK INDINO TUCKSDAT, OCT. 10, 1872.
Tas CROPS.-The past week was (for much or
the period) warm and dry, and quite favorable
for crop wo:k, which facilitated the taking of
the product from the nelda, and the entire gr jwtb
ls expected to be under cover at a very early
date. The atmospheric conditions have been of a
character for some time past to have the moat
beneficial effect on tho yie d.
THB RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week, up to Friday last, were 74,146 bales,
against 61,208 bales Hu week before, and 46,044
bales for the time the year previous. At
New Cleans the snpplles were 20,294 bales,
in contrast with 8199 bales lor the week or the
year before. The tocal receipts at the cotton ports
from September 1st, 1872, up to the latest dates,
wera 289,661 bales, against 163,149 bales last year,
showing an Increase or 126,602 bates. Tne total
arrivals at the principal Southern markets, irom
September 1, 1872, up to the late.? telegraphic
indulgence, as compared with the year before,
were es follows:
Now Orleans, Oct. 9.7T.26S
nobile, uct 9.V4.I60
savannah, Oct. 6.73,107
Oharleston, Oct. 9.49,636
Qalve-iton, oct. 9.28,210
Norfolk, OCt. 9.26,412
Wilmington, Oct. 9.7,866
Other ports, Oct. 9.8,617
Total bales.289,661 103.ua ;
Total lnorease to date.128,602 j
The receipts or cotton at the chk-r Soothers
centres rrom September 2 to October 9, 1872,
Inclusive, as reported by telegraph, were aa roi
NSW O BX, IAN 8
Oct. 3....3812.Oct. 4. ...21271
.Ct. 6....4795.Got. 7....3397 \ 22,808
Oct. 8....6826.Oct. 9.1849]
For the corresponding week last year.... 8747
Oct. 3....1998.Oct. 4.... 7741
Oct. 6....1651.Cot. 7....2912} 9225
Oct. 8.1323.OCt. 9.... 668]
Last year. 6063
Oct. 3....2016.Oct. 4....8892)
Oct. 6....3267.Oct. 7....8480S 15,604
Oct. 8.... 401.Oct. 0.2618)
Last y ear.12.693
Oct. 3....1711.Oct: 4....1868)
Oct. 6....2764.OCL 7....1873 12,137
Oct. 8....1986.Oct. 9....1946)
Lan year. 8178
Oct. 3.... 769.Oct. 4.... 8111
Oct. 6.... 911.Oct. 7....1006 1 6176
Ocr. 8.1670.Oct. 9....1118J
Last year. 4491
Oct. 8....1080.Cot. 4....1232)
Oct. 6....1496.OC. 7....2064 1 8844
Oct. 8....1466.Oct. 9....1827)
Last year. 4178
Oct. 3.... 216.Oct. 4.... SOI)
Ocr. 6.... 293.Oct. 7.... 86>I 1854
Oct. 8 ...267.Oct. 9.... 427)
Last year. 2620
Total 1872.. 76.447
Total 1871. 46,870
The stock or the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
Stock In Liverpool.bales_7IM,000
Stock In London.231.ovo
Stock in Havre...-.268,000
Stock In Marseilles. 16.600
Stock In Bremen. S9.000
stock la Amsterdam. 74,000
Stock In Antwerp.4 '.ooo
Stock lu Baree ona. 67,000
Adoat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat ror Havre (American
and Brazil,). 9,000
Afloat for Bremen (American).
Afloat lor Amsterdam (Ameti?
Total Indian cotton afloat ror
Stock In United States porta.165 939
Stock In the Inland towns.17,951
Exports rrom h ni ted states ports
per week np to Oct. 4. 27,901
Increase or stock in sight_ 207,995
The receipts at this port ror the week just ter
nlnated were 806 bags or sea Ulanda and Flori
las and 11,831 bale? of uplands, or which 136
me rrom Mobile,'in contrast with 336 bags or
tea islands and Floridas and 10,738 bales or up
ands tha.weefc before, and 137 bags of sea Islands
ind Floridas and 8642 bales of uplands for the
torres pc nd lng week the year previous. These snp
pitea have come as roi lows, say or upland*, per
south Carolina Railroad, 8934 bales; Northeastern
Railroad, 1643; Savannah and Charleston Rail?
road, 180; Peedee, 682; Santee, 422; Florida, 20.
Jt sea Islands, per Northeastern Railroad, 3 bags;
John's island, 22; Christ Church. 23; Wadmalaw,
io; Savannah and Charleston Railroad, 20; Beau
Tort, 20; Sr. Paul's, 3; Edlsto, 64; Florida, 138;
lames Island, 3.
THB COTTON MARKET.-This staple during much
ot the week slightly flactnated, the foreign mar?
ket commencing at 9&@9j?d, improved to 93?d,
and receded to 9#@9&d $ ? for middling up?
lands; at New York the rates were at 19X.
advanced to I9?ic, and declined to 19)?c, wh le at
this point middling uplands b?gan at 17%c, hard?
ened to 18c, and fell off to 17%c $ lb. The move?
ments in the article at Liverpool and New York
during this period were as follows: On Friday. Oc?
tober 4, the former was Arm, uplands 9,s @s>?d,
sales 16,000 bales; the latter was firm at ?a^c,
sales 6222 bales. On Saturday the ronner was
strong, uplands a vd. sales 22,000 bales; the latter
was Vc higher, uplands lt>%c, sales 1854 bal *
On Monday the former was active and firmar, np
lands 9Vd, sales 20,000 bales; the latter was quiet
and easier, nplandi ?Vc, sales l68S4bales. On
Tuesday tte former was quiet, uplands 9Vd, sales
16,000 bales; the latter was steady, uplands 19Vc,
Bales 2160 bales. On Wednesday the .former waa
dull, uplands P*;@9\'d, sales 12,000 bales; the lat?
ter was steady at ?o.-?c, sales 1851 bales. Yester?
day the former was easier, uplands ov@9Vd ; the
latter was easier at i9>?c.
The movements in cotton In this market daring
the past week showed the following transactions
and prices: On Friday, October 4, a firm reeling
prevailed, which afterward, with an active In?
quiry and better telegrams, caused the rates to
haroen about Vc ft ft; sales 1600 bales, ordinary
to good ordinary being quoted at 16?17V, low
middling lix. middling 17V. strict middling
nj<@i8c ft ft. on Saturday there was a steady
and good demand, and prices advanced V@Vc
ft ft; sales 1000 bales, ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 16K@T7V low middling 17V.
middling 18, strict middling I8V0 fl ft. On
Monday I he market wan quiet and dull; sales 250
bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
lev?nv. low m ladling 17*. middling 18, strict
middling is a @i s y o f? ft. On Tuesday the mar?
ket was easier, and about Vo V m lower; sales
soo bales, ordinary to good ordinary beleg quoted
atiex@l7V. low middling 17X, middling \:%
strict middling isa ? ft. On Wednesday prices
destined about xe ? lt, at which rate there was
a good demand; Bales IOOO bales, ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at is*?17V. low
middling nv, middling Xiii, strict middling
17,-,'c fi ft. yesterday the market was quiet;
sales 600 bales, say 2 at 16,4 at 16*, ii at lex, 18
at 17*, 84 at 1:*, ss at i:>;, 46 at 17*, 44 at liff,
202at 17V, 1? at 177(, 12 at 18c 9 ft. Weqoote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.... i:16V@l'V
SSA ISLAND OoTTON.-Tnlfl quality nf the staple
ls coming forward In good supply, with receipts
or 806 bags or carolinas and Floridas for this
period. Tue market bas been quiet wit h only a
limited Inquiry, which ls based on easier prices,
with sales of about 160 bags or Carolinas and
Floridas, among which were 24 Carolinas at eoe,
6 at 62, 30 at 660, s at 68. 6 at 70, s at 76, 13 at 80.
or Floridas-3 at 48,10 at 60, 6 at 66, 2 at 68, 4 at
,62^. 8 at 88, lat 76, lat 85.
RICH.-Tue arri va's cf Cars! Ina rough are libe?
ral, and were about ls,ooo bushels for this time.
There was a steady demand with fair offerings of
clean Carolina; sales of abont 700 tierces, say at
ex, 30 at ev, 16 at ev. 07 at iv, 203 at 7; 136 at
71-16,18 at 7V, 156 at 7 V Yesterday there was
a moderate demand at unchanged prices, sales
about 200 tierces, say 8 at 6 V, 27 at ev, 88 at ev,
62 at 7V, 60 on private terms. We quote common
to fair at 6 K@8V, good 7?7VC
NATAL STORES.-The receipts or articles under
this head were moderate, say 467 bola spirits
turpentine, 3366 bola rosin, and 207 bola erode
turpentine. There has been lair movement
In rosins, which, however, in some cases were
somewhat easier. The business in spirits wss to a
fair extent. The transact loni for the week were
about as follows. On Friday, October 4, saleo of
rosins 600 bbls, ail noe grades, at fe for extra
pale, $6 60 for pale, $4 76 for low pale, and $4 26?
4 60 for extra Ns 1, oa Saturday abont 1200 bbls
rosins, all grades, were disposed of at abont pre
vlous rates. On Monday sales 60 bbls spirit! tur?
pentine at 68c for oil and whiskey bbls, and 68c
for regular packages; also IMO bbls fine grade
rosins on private terms, and 800 bbls common
kinda at S3 85 for strained, and $3 00 for low No 2.
On Tuesday eales 600bbls spirits turpentine at 68c
ft gailon. No transactions In rosins reported,
on Wednesday there were no transactions an?
nounced. Yesterday the market was quiet and
without transactions. Cruds turpentine may be
quoted at $4 26 ror virgin and yellow dip, and
$2 60 for hard.
HAT.-The receipts of this article were about
380 bales of/ Eastern descriptions, and the business
was of a retail character.
COR v.-There was received about eooo bushels
from Baltimore; Jobbing lots of prime white may
be qnoted at 97@98c fl bushel, sacks included.
OATS.-The arrivals were about sooo bushels
from Baltimore and Philadelphia. There were no
wholesale transaction reported.
PEAS,-in the absence of supplies the market ls
quiet and nominal.
FLOCK -There ls a fair supply or most qualities
of this article In the hands of dealers, with a
steady local and Interior demand. Northern and
Western kuper may bs quoted at te 2630 76 ft bbl,
extra at $7(98 fl bbl," family at $8 6009 9 bbl;
Southern descriptions are In moderate supply,
and super may be qnoted at $6 50@7 ft bbl, extra
at $7 60@8 60 fi bbl, family at $9@9 60 fi bbl, and
extra family at $10? 11 9 bbl.
BACON.-The market bas a limited stock of
prime meat which,ls held firmly, .and prime
smoked shoulders may be'quoted at SV?9Vc fl
ft, prime smoked clear rib sides at l3V@l2Vc,
prime salted sides stock light and quo tai lons
nominal, and prime salted shoulders nominal.
sea AR Ano MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Ffdr to folly fair Louisiana sogar may be
quoted atovdllo fl ft, good to prime grocery so
gars may be quoted at ll@12c fl ft, fair to good
Cubas lOVdUVe, fair to prime Demoraras at
U Vd iso fl ft. New Orleans molasses, prime
in a jobbing way at - ft gallon. Cuba
muscovado molasses may be quoted at 880 in
hhds and 40o In bbls, and la a Jobbing way at
40@42c; clayed at 83?36o in hhds. and 86?
87c In bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 18?20o in
hhds, and 22?26o in barrels.
Corns.-The article ls In moderate request
Fair to prime Rio may be quoted firm at so@28o
BUTTER AND LABD.-There ls a fair stock or this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at SO? 35c;
New York State, prime, 26@soc; medium 20926c.
SALT.--Jobbing parcels of Liverpool reoelvod
direct may be qnoted at $1 6131 76 fi sack,
as to Mse ef lot.
INDIA BAoaiNO.-There has been some de?
mand ror the country trade, and lots of do?
mestic may be qnoted at I6@i6\'c; Ludlow at
TIM B Ha AND LUM BBB.-Tho marta is quiets
We quote timber for milling purpose?
rrom $e@io. Shipping timber $10?16. ?grlght
timber, good-merchantable, from city mills, ont
to sise, from $IB?22 ft M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18?16; river lamber, $11@13; dressed
FBBIOBTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct, Vd
ou uplands, l^d on sea Islands; via New
York Vd on uplands, - on sea islands; by sall
9-18?Vd on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre ive on uplands. Coastwise-to New York,
by steam Vc on uplands and - on sea Islands;
ti ft tierce on noe, coo fi bbl on roam; by sall,
- fl ft on cotton;-ft tierce on rice; 69c ft bb
on roBln; $11@12 fl M on lumber; $12?12 60 fl M
on timber. To Boston, by steam Vc on uplands
and $2 60 fl tierce on rice; by sall, -c ft ft on up?
lands; rosin 70c; r esa wed stuff $12? 12 50; tim?
ber $13@l3 63; phosphate $6?6 60. To Providence,
by sall, $10 60011 ft M on boards, -0 ft ft on
cotton ; by steam Vc via New York. To Philadel?
phia, by steam, vc on uplands; $1 76 fl tierce
on rice, 603 fl bbl on rosin, Sion spirits. Through
bills of lading given to Boston, Providence and
the New England cities are regularly Issued on
this route, and dispatch guaranteed. By sall, $8
fl M on boards; $12 on timber; - fl ton on
clay, and $8 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore by
steam, -0 fi ft. by sall, $6@8 50 fl M on boards;
- on timber; $3 eo ft ton at city, $4@4 26 ft
ton up river on phosphate rock. Vessels are
In demand by onr merchants to take lum?
ber freights from Georgetown, S. 0" Darlen
and sauna River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and I0?l2fi M are rates on
lumber and boards.
DOMESTIC Exeu ANOS.-The banks are purchas?
ing Bight checks on New York at v per
cent, off; time billa nominal. They are selling
sight checks at par.
EXCHANOB-8TBBLINO BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 20)i?2l ror 60 day bills.
GOLD-The crokers were yesterday buying at
12V and selling at 14.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Granton-1528 bales
upland cotton, 166 tons phosphate rock.
Nsw YOBX-per steamship charleston-1387
balen upland cotton. 17 bags sea island cotton, 36
tierces rice, 61 bales domestics, 47 bundles paper,
33 bales waste, 76 tm idles staves, and 95 pfcgB sun?
dries.Per sehr Hyrover-230,000 feet railroad
BALTIMORE-Per s .ea rash ip Sea Gull-406 bales
upland cotton. 20 i tierces rice, 370 bbls rosin,
1 *!ea domestics. 10 bales ra RP. 8 bales vanilla,
8 . J s bides, 6 boxes bacon, 27 pkgs dried fruit,
Eipi. ? or th? 1 Vre lt ending October IO.
BOSTON--Per c teanrblp Meroedlta-670 bales of
upland cotton, 1?6 Uerces rice, 39S bbls rosin, 20
tons iron. 43 pkgs sandrles.
New YORK-Per s' ea m ship Manhattan-104 bags
sea island cotton, i412 bales upland cotton, si
bales cotton waste, 136 bales domestics, 114 bbl-*
rosin. 64 bnndles paper, 112 empty barrels, and 16
pkgs sandrles.Per brig Bio Grande-112.908
feet lamber. 17; bbl'i rosin.Per steamship
south Carolina-21 bags sea Island and 1939 bales
upland cotton, 29 tl jrcea rice, 69 bales domestics,
241 bbls rosin, anc 808 packages sundries.
PerBieamablp Alternarle-996 bales upland cot?
ton, 837 bois rosin, 66 bales domestics, soe bun?
dles staves, and sundris*.
PHILADELPHIA-1 er steamship J W E vor man
432 bales upland cotton, 37 bal : s domestics and
goods, 8) tierces ree, 8I6 bbls naval stores, 82
bb?s iron, 80 bbls liquor, 168 emptv bbls, and
sundries.Per steamship Virginia-661
bales uplands oottos, 171 bales domestics, 472 bbls
naval ?tores, 126 tierces rice, aud 62 packages
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Wm Kennedy-666
bales upland cou01. 182 tierces rice, 68 bales do?
mestics, 462 bbls nival stores,9hhds phosphate
rock. 3 hhds and 1 bale bides, 6 bales rags, 6 hhds
scrap Iron, 40 pkgs an nd rles._
Kz ports of Naval stores and Lam Der
from th? Port of Charleston, rrom
September 1, 1873, to October 9,
Pro vt d'ce. B I.
St John's, NB.
Stock of Cottoin In the Interior
nt tbe Late it Date?.
[ Columbas.October 4
Mom phis..3c loi er 4
Total bales.I 17.951
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Nora.-We :iavo aeouctea from New orleans
16.743 bales uplands, from Mobile 4 bales up?
lands; from savannah 271 bags sea island and
1345 bales uslsnd. and from Charleston 360 bags
sea island arid 820 bales upland cotton; being
the quantity received at those ports from Mo
bue, floria a, 1 axas and savannah.
Comparative Exporta of cotton ?na ince
from thc Port or Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1872, to October 9, 1873.
Other Br. Poru
Tot'l 0. Britain
Other Fr. Porta
N. of Europe
Tot'l N. Europe
S.of En rope...
W. Indies, Ac..
Total F. Porta.,
Bait, A Nr'foik
Oth. U.S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Porta
279| 25480) 482
....| 2026| 2S6
Qrand Total. I sm seissl 984[ 2371 176691 996
202| 109611 676
.... 10271 260
Ctutrieaton vv hoi?tai? mow. ..
BAGGING, ft yard
Gunny Cloth. 16 ? 16V
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2Vhs. ?
BALB ROPB, fl Its.
Wes tem. 8 @ 13X
Goshen. 30 ? 86
Country. >. 0 ..
COTTON, fl B?.- . .
-Ordinary to Good Ordinary..., lex? 17V
Low Middling. 17X0 ..- '
Middling to Strict Middling... nv? 17*
Good Middling. .. ? .. j
Sealsland. 0 ..'fi
COFF KB, ft ft.
KIO. 2C ? 33
Laguayra. 24 ? 20
Java.. 80 ? ..
Carolina Fertilizer, fl 2000 tts. 1
Cash. 46 00 ?
Time (with 7 per cent. In?
terest)..so 00 ? .. .
Wando Fertilizer, cash.60 00 ?
Time. 56 00 ? ..
Double Beaned Pond re tte..... 30 60 ?
j Nih s's Pbospate.. 63 00 ? ..
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas_ 8 5 00 0 .. .
Peruvian Omino, Guanape.... 75 00 ?
Pailflc Guano, 2000 tts., cash.. 46 00 S
Time.60 00 @ .. .
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 ?
Baugh's Phosphate, fi 2000 ft H.
cash.45 00 @ .. .
Bhodes's Phosphate, fl 2000 \
BB.... 65 00 @
Khodes's standard Manure,
(t55 time).i.60 00 @ .. ;
nrctilliaGn.no ($40 time).s5 00 ? .. ?
Land Plaster. 18 00 ? 15 00 1
Zed's Ammontated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).co 00 ?
Bussell Ooe's Ammonlatea
Bone Superphosphate ($60 I
time).:.46 00 0
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 9 .. I
Bowen ? Mercer's Superphos?
phate.cash.48 00 9 ..
Time.co 00 ? ..
Wilcox, Gibba A Ca's Manipu?
lated.so oo @
Stono Soluble Guano ($68 time) 48 00 9
Steno Dissolved Phosphate
($31 time). 28 00 9
Stuno Pure Ground Phosphate. 12 00 0
Atlantic Phosphate Oo... cash. 48 00 ?
Time, free of Interest. 62 00 ?
Acid Poosphates.cash. 28 00 &
Time, free of Interest..... 31 00 ?
Eureka Ammo, Bone Phos, cash io 00 ? ..
Time.co 00 ? ..
Middleton's Fish Arum m la ted
Phosphate.cash.. 46 00 0
Time. 66 00 0
Philipa's Carribean sea Guano,
per tun of 2000 fts....cash. 60 00 ?
lat November, per ton.... 66 00 9
Mapea's superphosphate, ft
2000 lbs. 46 00 ? ..
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 ?
Woolston's Vegeistor, fi 2000
tts. 66 00 0 ..
Oroasdale's Gen. Superpnos
ptiate, net.. 60 00 0
Bowen's Complete Manure,
net. 60 00 0 ..
Sardy's Phosphate, Peruvian,
cash. 65 00 0
Sardy's Paclflo Guano, cash.. 60 00 &
Patapsco Guano. 66 00 ? ..
E. Frank Ooe's Ammoniated
dune Phosphate.cash. 48 00 0
Time.......62 00 0 .. :
Coo's Puro D isa ord Bone, cash 50 00 ? .. '
Time.66 00 9 ..
Whan n's Superphosphate. 60 00 @ 70 co
EtlwanGuano....cash.. 56 00 ?
Time. 60 00 0 .. - 1
Etlwan Crop Food.cash.. 40 00 0: ..
Trae...... 45 00 @ ..
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 86 00 ? ;
T.me. 40 00 0 '.
FLO ?B, fl bbl
Flue. ? .. j
Super. 8 16 @ 6 76 I
Northern and Westorn Extra. 7 00 ? 8 00
Baltimore Extra. 9 .. j
Southern-Super. 6 28 9 6 76 |
Extra. V 00 9 8 00
Family. 8 60 01100
GRAIN, fl bushel
Mary land Oatt. 9 .. :
Western Oats. a?? 9 KA ,
HAY, fl cwt
North River. 9 ..
LDMBBB, fl M feet- .
Clear White Pine, amt quality. 60 O0 0 65 00
White Pine, sood run.88 00 0 40 00
Yellow Pms. 20 00 M 24 00
Boards, rough.ri 11 00 9 12 00
f- ? Grooved and tongued 28 00 0 82 00
MOLASSXS, fi gallon
Cuba........2. 88 0 87
Muscovado.S. 88 0 60
Sugar bouse. 28 ?27
New Orleans. 9 ..
NAVAL SToara, fl bbl
Tar.?.-. ? .".
RoBta.-pale. ... 0 ...
Ka-IB, NO. 1. ?
ROSln, NO. 2. 8 90 0 4 00
KO on No. 3. 8 86 0
spirt's Turpentine, fl gal.... 68 9
Crude Tnrpenttne, fl bbl. 4 26 9 .. 1
Hard Turpentine. 2 60 9 .. :
oakum, fl ft........ 16 9 .. 1
SAILS-American 4?20d, fl keg ..9 . 1
Dap .DI'S, F. F. F. g. 6 00 ? ..
Dupont's, F. F. F. 6 00 9
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 9 ..
PROVISIONS, fl ft- ? . j
Bacon, Hams. 20 9 22 ?
Sides.a. 12X9 12V
Shoulders. O9V0 09V
Strips.... 0 ..
Lard, in keg. ll 0 12
Cheese. ? .? 0
Eggs. 20 9 26
Poultry-Chickens, fl dos.... 8 00 9 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. ? 00 ? 6 60
Apples. 0 ?.. "
Rica, fl ft-Carohna. ObV? 07V
East India..0 . ?
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 65 9 1 76
Liverpool fine. 0 . .
SDOAB, fl ft- _
Porto Rico. ? 'J
BBK8WAX, fl ft. ?8 .0 40
Potatoes, Irish, fi bbl. g
LONDON, October 10.
Noon.-Oi.Bols 92V. nrJ?fcn?wO
9iT ?olds or 1866 93Va ?Pesfe m Bank of
England has been decreased *77S,0OO since last
reP?rt- PABK, October io.
Noon-Rentes 53f 22c. ^ _ M
Knm -Freights quiet. Gold dull at l2Val2V
Governments dull and steady. State bonds dull
and s easy. Money arm at 6a7. . Exchange, long
. short SV?
livening- Money lent low ss 3 per cent, thia
nr-emoon for brokers' balance; rate at bank
sharp at 7 per cent, and bc st mercantile paper is
auoted at I0al2 per cent. Exchange strong ac
8V. Gold closed at 12Vaia, tlghty-onea 16V;
sixty-twus 15X; olxiy.roura 16V; sixty Uvea 16V ;
new 14V- Tennessee sixes 72; new 72V- Vtrgttiu
sixes 44; new 48, cousols MV; deferred 16. Lou?
isiana i-lxea 60; new 48. Levee sixes 60; do
da hts en. louisiana elgnts 80; flveseo. Georgia
sue- 78; sevens 86, North Oarollnaa 80; new 15.
apecat tax li- -bouth Carolinas 46; new 23V.60
LIVERPOOL, October 10.
Ncon.-Cotton opened steady ; imlays ov&
9Vd, Orleans lOXd: uplands lor octoberjvo.
Later-Dplanus 9X?9Vd. orleans lovd, sales
12 ooo bales; orleans for Novenber 9X<L
inning-cotton cloded quiet and steady; mid
dim? uplands 9Xa9*d; mwdttug orleaas 10a
lOXd;Ea.es 12,000 oaies; speen??n wdexport
4060; baies or middling "PlanadjrtaS0^aSber
Charleston ror November at 9Vd; for Decemoer
9*A' NGW YORK, October 10.
891; groia 4178. sales or lUtures 18,800 bales, a?
follows: October isj?ais 7-iM; November
18 5 16; Decrmber 18 Ji ; January UKAUX; 1
ary l9Mal9 6-16; Maren 18 ls-ieais^ ; April
20 8 16.
? BOSTON. Octebei
cotton quiet; fiddlings 19Xo; net recej
bales; gr^s ima; sales 800; stuck 4?.00. ~
Conon quiet; middlings ii#ui9*o.
Cotton quiet sud weak; middlings lSXt
receipts 14 bales; gross 1008; exports coal
14; salea 880; last evening 14 -; stuck lSWk
. - NOKPoix. Octonoei
Cotton 'steady; low middlings 18c; nat re*
1061 bales; exports coastwise 1863; salas SOO.
Cotton firm; net receipts 167 bales; ex
ctauwise 2; sales 40; stork 8227.
Cotton quiet; offerings light; middlings
18c; net receipffi 8610 bales; sales 1402;
23,718. . .
Cotton quiet; middlings 17Xo; act receipt
bales;sales 774. Q uacj
Cotton qnlet; middlings lanais HO; racapu
.bales; shipmen ts 898; stock 6668. "
Cotton quiet; good ordinary i7c; low nildd
17*; middlings i8c; net reotlpts 1272 bales;
pons coastwise 12.9; .ales 4uu; stool 7286.
" GSLVBSTON, uctooer
cotton flrm and in good demand; good
lexaiexc; net receipts 1269 bales;
1000; stock 18,963. ,
Haw OBLIAMS, October
Cotton in.arm demand wita lower sales;
ordinary mfc*low*, miooimgVfVUttBU
l8Xc; net receipts 601? balta} gto^tanspsx]
coastwise 19J0: nales to-day 1700; last eve
1400;stock62,6? - -: it?a iS.?t: .<>
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MABX5T8.
Li vsKPooL, october
Noon.-Breads tads quiet and steadv. "'*"
8?i9d. Tallow 468 6d. -
" Kaw You. October
Noon.-Flour unchanged. Wheat quiet
steady. Corn Arm. Pork ju &oai4 eo,
steady; steam Sas^c Tnrpentlan a toad rai
Kosln quiet at |4 for strained. < -77-71 a
Evening.-Southern flour quiet anawlthou
elded change in price, S7 80a0 66 lor commo
fair extra; $9 loss is for- good to cholo
I Whiskey dull and nominal ly unchanged, bo
91 Xe;sellera92c Wheat about lc.BESS
I limited supply, $1 65al 66 for ?leter red VI
I ern. Corn a shade firmer, tSKaeio for sois
I Western mixed. Fork a shade easier, tu 44
I mess. Beerqol?t and unchanged. Ssas fori
I mess, s salo for extra da -Lard quat and
at8X?XC Turpentine stead? at ?axe.--a
quiet at ?4 40. K-nsp/OTCmaisai
WrLMDJorcaf, October ]
Spirits torpor tine -firm at 670. Rosin fln
lt i au for strained. $4 26 for, low No 1, IA M
No L $6 for low pahr, $6 60 ?for. pale. ? Crade
I pectine quiet at 98 26 for hard, %6 for yellow
and virgin. Tar quiet at 13 8t>. .-. 'wai ??oiHw
New Torre Store* Harket.
_ i. " " ' . Saw YOBX. October
The Dally Bulletin says : Receipts to-day
I bb ls rosin, 226 bbls spirits turpentine. Spirits
I pen tl ne cunt Iones dall, and In the absence of
I maud prices are weak and lower. We quot!
I tue dose at 62c for merchantable.order. Basil
I bbls at 62c. Rosin has been a trifle more wc
I but toward the close the tona waa easter, il
ooo bbls good strained at ?3 00, and ? I6O0 obis
No 2 at $4 66, 140 bbls good strained at Si 60,
at theo ose 1000 bbls do at fi 40 flat. The fl
I grades are quiet but unchanged. Salea lue!
I 40 bbls pale at $176,100 bola do at $6, ami M l
extra pale at $5 25 Tar ls scarce and h'eW bl* 1
We qjote Washington at $la4 12jtf, and Wilml;
I ton $412xa4 2??>. Fitch fairly active ' and -fir
I sales 160 bbls city at $4 to delivered. "- .
I Interior Cotton Ha rat ?Aa.
I ' StJXTka, October I
I About 279 bales have been a?td sino?last rt-?
I The staple has been in good demand, with an 1
vanclng tendency. We quote ordinary 15c, gc
ordinary 16Mc, low middling ?e^c, auddll
116XC strict middling 17c . ^ - . - ,
; ABBBTTLH, October.?
Owing to an active foreign demand, this sta
I has been gradually advancing In price at thea
I ports, and our market bas responded by aa 1
vence during the past week-ot: Mc pee pom
I We now quote l otr to strict middling ie* tola?
I NXWBHHXY, Octcb?r 8
I Cotton ls quoted at 16*^c.
I Sr ABTANBMQ, October 8
I Cotton la quoted at iso.- . - ,
BOOK HTXL, Octet) er 7
I During the past week our market bas advaoe
I maTerlalJy, and hales have been mads aa high
I l'S'c, bnt to-day there ls v more conxervarr
I feeling, and we quote middlings at 16|?alfl#
I Sales of the week 608 bales. *??
! COLTTMBta, october?
Market dull and weak; low middltngs 173,
I middlings i7*o; sales 184 bales; receipts X
I shipments 162.
I MONTGOMIBT. October 8.
Cotton Steady ; good ordinary J7c; attlee go
I ordinary l7Mo; low mid d?ng? 17)4?; midd un
COLUMBIA, O c to ber 0.
I Sales of cotton to-day 106 balea; middling ll
Nsw York nice market.
i NEW YOBX, October 9,
The Dally .Bulletin says: There is a limit
I business doing, and foreign grades are nnchso
? ed. Caro ina?, are weak and off a i notion,wi
sales or 60 tea at 7\a8c;also loo bags RabgoVn t
6Ji 47,vc, and oo bags Pains at faso.
j WUmlaitto? Marstai
! WTXIONOTON, October 9.
SPIRITS TTJBPBNTIKK.-sales or only 28 casksi
I 67o per gallon for southern packages.
I HOBIN -Sales to day of 960 bbls at $4 for exn
No 2rf406for low Np, 1, Si IS fpr-MO 1, |* 25 f<
extra Nol.>nd-i4 Wior fcw-palo, A * :v
CHTJDB Tr ft PENT LB a-Toe JD ax tst has ittcCtoe
I 60 cern s on yellow dip and virgin. Tbs recap
I and sales this morning were no bbls at $9 50 r<
I ha'd. and a? for yeiiov? o ip ana virgin^ . * *
TAB,-Market sieadv and "gnhpfgH, sales i
I 50 bbls at $3 30 per b ul.
?I COTTON-BM dedraeA about MO. Sales of M
bales, as follows : 4 bales at 17 cents; 8 atl7M; si
?I at 17 H ; 44 at 17X. and is balea at is cents par i
J Wo qno'e the mamet as being quiet and easy.
|| List of Shipping
j IN TQB POST pr CHAHIXSTON, OOTOBBB IO.
I v?asela ander lOO tons, end steamers coxs tin,
j within tho State, excepted.
. I Puerto Rico, (Span,) Ll tans. fSraguerre, at Boye
?I ft co's wharf, for Liverpool,, folding-Rober
Mure ft co. x
I champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, atAdger*s wharf
for New York, loading-James Adger ft CO.
I Tyne Queen, (Br,) - tons, t asson, at A Usn ti<
wnarf, for Liverpool, load tn g-Jos A Enalow
:| ft ca - J l -Ci ' -
I a air stream, - tons, Hunter, at Brown ft co'i
1 wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Coar>
j tenar. ;, <w :,
Nautilus, 120? tons, Spencer, at Boyce k co's
Whirr, from UverpooL discharging-E Willis.
I Jnila, (Br.)-tona Baker, at Boy oe A co's wharf,
I for Amsterdam, 1 adlng-Lesesne A Wella
Lady Dnfler'.n, (Br,) 986 tons, Baana, at Union
I wharf, for Liveipooi. loading-Henry Card.
I Granton, (3r.) 444 tons, Rowland, at Accommo
!l dation wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Henry
I Bengall, (Fr,) 417 tons, Demlaux. at Union wharf,
I mr Havre, loading-Henry Card. , .
Tnjnca, - tons. Blanchard, bl Ashley River,
>l from Booth Bay, Me, discharging-c H and
Tiber, (Br.) 923 tons, Lewis, st Atlantic wharf,.
I for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Wallace, 6.8 tons, Mccormack, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros A co.
I Harriet F Baaxey.eS6 ions, sta c ?j, at Soy ce A
I co's wharf, for Havre, loadlng-Leaeane
I Mary McKee, 338 tons. Sharp, at Boyce ft co's
I wharf, from Philadelphia, dUcdaxging-E F
j Sw eeg an. ti - - CL Vi Ct
I Freeman Dennis, (Br,) tons. Fletcher, at Boyce ft
I co's wharf, from Be.fast, walting-Lesesne
I ft Wells. . .
I Lucy, (Br,)572 tons, arundell, at Union wharf, ror
I Antwerp, loading-Henry Card..
I Ada, (Br.) 816 tons. Durkee, at Atlantic wharf for
I Liverpool, loading-B Q wilkins * co.
Ansdell, (Br,) - tons, Key. at Marshall's wharf,
for a port In Great Britain, loading-a Mare
ft CO. A': J.?I
I Bio Grande, 172 tons, McLellao, 'n the Stream, for
New Yo rlj, ready-Cohen A-Wei ls. ? ?
R S Hassell, - tons, Hodsdon. ai Aaaatfc wharf,
from Belfast, Me, discharging-Jos A Bnslow
I Samuel welch, 229 toas. Fisher, at Wando Com
I pany's wharr. from Philadelphia, discharging
I -E F Sweegan. ...... 11
I Altaveia, 183 urns, Consins, at Onion wharf, from
I New York, discharging-Street Bros ft ec.
'"- 80HOONERS.? rs ST C?
Mvrover, 418 tons. Brown, in thu Stream, for Sew
York, ready-Roach ft Monett.
I D F Keeling. 209 tons, boblnson, m Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loadlng*treet Bros ft oo.
I John H Hancock, 444 tons, Crowed, at Central
wharf, I rom tost?n, discharging-Coben ft
Lewis ?hrman, - tons. Fooks, at Brown ft co's
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-airest
Bros A co. .
Maioaka, 2U tons. Fooks, at Central wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-Street Brea * ca "
B N Hawkins. 396 tons, Wyatt, at Adger'e Wharf,
rrom Kew York, dlscnarglng-Roach ft Moi
fett. . ' . i'-nHv
jessie B Smith, 323 tons, Williams, at Central
wharf, from Mew York, dtscharglng-E F -
F K Shaw, - tons, Watts, at Union wharf, from
Florence Rogers, - ions, sheppard, at Adgor'a
wharr. from New York, discharging-Roach A
Chas t Heyer. - tons, Poland, In Ashley River,
ror Boston, loading-Cohen ft Wells. ?
AN DEUSEN'? WOBM C.JNFTCTI?NS
(Ue.de of Pare sant?n rna ) j ^?
Pleasant, reliable and effectual ; bas stood tja
test of msny years. . ? L -
For sale Wholesale and Retail by
DB. H. BAKE, No. m Meeting street.