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MEETINGS THIS DAY.
' Marlon Lodge. 1.0.0. P., at 7 P. H.
Phceolx Fire Company, at half-past 7 P. M. *
AUCTION SALES THIS DAY.
William McKay will eell at 10 o' clock, at his
store, furniture, hardware, Morgan mare, Ac.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boots, shoes and hats.
The range of the thermometer yesterday
at the drug store ol Dr. Joseph Blackman,
on the south side of Broad street, waa aB fol?
lows : 8 A. M., 63; 10 A. M., 68; 12 M., 71;
2 P. M., 72; A P. M., 70; ? P. M., 68; 8 P.
M., 67. '
-A Northern drummer WBB arrested by
the detectives yesterday for selling goods
without a lloense. He paid the piper.
-The Feast ol Tabernacles waa celebrated
In the Jewish churches yesterday. This la a
festival ol rejololog, attended with ancient
and curious ceremonies, and concluded by a
least of. breads wine and fruit..
- -Yesterday morning as a street car io King
street, near Spring, was passing a hay wagon,
which had a load upon lt about ten feet high,
thc- haj fen over and partially buried the horse
attached to the oar. The horse took a philo?
sophical view of the accident, and stood
quietly eating until the hay was cleared from
Henry Mack, stealing colton; thirty duys.
William Brown and Henry Drane, drunk and
disorderly; two dollars for Brown. Charles
Bentham and Bobert Vesey, drunk and disor?
derly; one dollar each. A mule at large; one
ValUd State? Court.
In the oase of Motte A Tarrant, bankrupts,
an order was. issued extending to the 30th
Instan Uh e time In which the sheriff of New?
berry County is allowed to show cause why
the property ol -the bankrupts should not be
G. D. Bryan was appointed assignee of Wil?
liam Gregg, bankrupt.
Jobo W_ Burbidge was appointed assignee
of Auifuatos-Verdler, bankrupt.
In the-esie of E..B, White, bankrupt, an
order was issued turning over the money in
possession of the court, together with the
property of tbe bankrupt, to C. O. Tr um bo,
' THE EREVNDSCHAETSBUND.
This dab yesterday evening opened the
?aaaoo with one ot its musical and dram a tl o
entsrtalninenis. Their favorite hall, bril
Bautiy illuminated and filled with a galaxy of
bright faces and fair forms, afforded a coup
Sott? that would nave moved a stoic. The
. overture from "Tancred," by Metz's Band, waa
" succeeded by a pleasant interlude, "not in the
bum," in the form of a surprise presentation.
Mr. Peteraen, who had served the bund for
over ten year* in Tarions capad ?es, and who
by hill uniform zeal and Intelligent activity bad
materially contributed to the prosperity or the
Club ana the entertainment ol Its members,
waa called to the stage by the secretary, Mr.
Charles Biegung, who then and there, in a
neat speech, gave Hr. Petersen to understand
In what bign esteem his efforts were held by
the Fre undoo h arts bu nd, and In the name,
:._ end in behalf of the society, presented to him
a handsome gold watch se a feeble token of
- tho- appreciation of the bund for him. Hr.
Petersen waa taken perfectly by surprise, and
wee so overcome with emotion that he was
unabie to do more than! ook his acknowledg?
ments.' ' ^* "
After this pleasant interruption, the pro?
gramme proceeded, "Come into the Garden,
Maud," ?tenor solo, by Mr. K , being next
-followed bye duett on the piano, by Miss J.
and R-ofeiMor Eckel.
"The second part of the entertainment con?
statad in a pleasant comedietta, '-Unter'm
Regen bo gen," ("Under the Rainbow.") The
amateur performers acquitted themselves very
handsomely, and put the audience In the best
of "hu m ora. This over, the floor was cleared
Zor dancing, in which pleasant and exhllarat
^g^jtaictaes the balance of the eveniog was
Prom this agreeable opening soiree we
augur favorably for the series of entertain?
ments that are to follow in tbe course ol the
pjsBsjai si amii
HOTEL ARRIVALS-OCTOBER 17.
H. Belsslng, New York; 0.0. Bartlett and
family, Baltimore; A. H. Leery, Arthur Par?
ker, W. 8. Wynne, New York; E. 8 ch us ter,
.Savannah; P. H. Elmore, Colombia; O.M.
Pallaban, ?. 3. A.;Chas. R. Fowler, and wife,
New York; Be v. W. D. Bice, Society Hill; Jno.
Crosby, New Orleans; w. J. Detrevllle,
Orangeburg; J. C. Brown, Mobile; Charles
Williams, Philadelphia; D. D. Leadbetter,
J. Setiegart, Germany; W. E. Sims, Sooth
Carolina; A. J. Finlayson, Wayne County; J.
M. scott, Goldsboro'; w. J. Dansey, Gonrdln's;
w. J. Spirea, St. Stephan's; A. McKenzie, Flor?
ence; 0. Creech, Hardeevllle; J. J. Jackson,
Port Motte; P. M. Gibbon, Clarendon; J. K.
Taylor and lady, Bridgeport; 0. G. Mathe wee,
/Society Hill; A. & Weet, Sand Bank, Ky.; J.
P. ?wens, Port Royal Railroad; 0. 8. Park,
Savannah; A. B. Leib, Jacksonville.
FOB PsiLADiLPHLt im> PROVIDENCE.-The
YirginlA, Captain Hinckley, will Bali this af ter
noon. ' She connects with all the New Eng?
MnxntmaT.-We direct attention to the ad?
vertisement of Mrs. H. Armstrong, No. 343
King street She has a large and fine assort?
ment of millinery. Those who desire a per?
fect love ol a bonnet will do well to call.
Ova Psion CURRENT.-We especially Invite
tue attention of our merchants to Tas NEWS
Prices current, Issued this morning. Made
ap with the ntmoat care, and handsomely
printed with entirely new type, lt forms, with
tho business card of the house forwarding lt,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
lor ten copie* or more, with business cards,
two and a bali cents per copy; single copies
five cen ti._
BONI OF TEMPERANCE.-At a regular meet?
ing of Palmetto Division, No. 4, SODB of Tem- ,
peranoe, held on Monday evening, October
7th, the following Br?then were Installed by i
aoung Deputy G. W. P. Brother E. E. SeU: ?
P. A. Sohlffley, W. p.;T. Ogler Smith, W.;Sam- i
uel G. Procter, B, 8.; Arthur B. Bell, A. B. S.; 1
W. E. Muligan, F. S.; J. H. Wheeler, treasur- i
er; George L. G. Cook, chaplain ; Richard Cald- J
well, conductor;.James W.McMillan, A. C.; j
W. J. Woodward, J. 8.; otto Sonntag, 0. 8.;
Th ornas A. Baynard, P. W. P.
MANAGERS OF ELECTION.
A meeting of the managers of election for
this county will be held at the Military Hall,
this day, (Friday,) at 12 M.
0. M. MAGRATH, Chairman,
Board of Managers.
JOHN FREEMAN, Jr., Secretary.
TBE SEW TORE VEGETABLE AND
The Dally Bulletin, ol Wednesday, Ootober
The general market presents a more quiet
appearance for all descriptions, and in tbe ab?
sence of demand prices have an easier ten?
dency. Apples are about 25o per bbl eas er
for fancy grades. Pears selling sery slowly,
and though held about the same, to force a
sale decidedly lower prices would have to be
aooepted. Grapes* are also a trifle easier.
Chestnuts have recovered a trifle and held
more firmly. Hickory nuts also a trifle firmer.
Cranberries continue firm and In demand.
We quote : Apples, fall pippins, prime
$2a2 25; Detroit reds $2a2 26; York pip?
pins I2a2 25; twenty ounce $2a2 25; green
treenlngs V6ca$l 50; river stock, all varieties,
75ca$l 76; and Jersey in bulk 75caSl 25 per
bbl. Pea?, No 1, per bbl $12al5; do No 2
*6al0; Flemish beauty per bbl $6al2; Louise
Bonneof Jorsey $9al2; Vlrgalleu $9al2; bteckle
$12a20; Vicar of Wakefield $6a7; and cooking
$3a6perbbl. Quinces $6a7 for apple and $5a6
for pear. Grapes, Concord per lb 6a8c; Isa?
bella do 6a7o; Delaware do 8a9a; Catawba do
8a9c. Cranberries, prime, $10al2 50 per bbl;
per crate $3 50; do fair to good $2 75a3 25.
The demand tor common potatoes continues
about equal to the supply, and prices steady.
Sweets are very dull and heavy. Green vege?
tables are selling moderately at about former
prices. We quote as follows : Peachblows, $2a
2 25; Early Bose at $1 50a2, and Early Goodrich
; and Jackson whites at $1 25al 60. Sweets $2 a
2 50 per bbl for Vlrelnla, and $2 76a3 for Dela?
ware We quote : Vegetables: Green corn, Ila
1 25 per 100. Bed onions, per bbl, $2 60a3; do.
yellow $2 60a3; do. Connecticut white. $4a4 60
per bbl. Squash, marrowfat, per bbl, IL New
turnips, $2 per bbl. Cabbages, $6a9 per 100.
Beets, Jersey, $1 60. Tomatoes, 60a70c per
basket. Egg plant, $5a6 per 100. Lima beins
$5 per bag; do. shelled $10 per bushel. Car?
rots, perbbl, $2a2 26. Celery, $126 per dozen.
SAILING OF THE GEORGIA.-Thia mammoth
steamer of the Iron Line went to sea last eve?
ning at 9 o'clock, carrying ont a very large
cargo of cotton, rice and sundries. Of the
former about 2200 bales.
The SouLh Carolina, of the same line, left
New York last evening with a heavy load and
fifty passengers. Freights continue lull on all
the coasting steam Unes to and from Charles?
GENTLEMAN'S COATS.. Vests and Panta neatly
[ deaned and renewed, at Otto Sontag's, Dyer,
[ No. Si Wentworth street, near Artesian Well.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., No. 275 King
street, have received foll lines of Ladles
Underwear-all descriptions. (Department in
charge ol'ladlee employed here.)
FOBOHQOTT, BENEDICT ? Co., No. 276 Kmg
street, oiler this day great bargains In Car?
pets, Ac See their advertisement.
THAT store next to Singer Sewing Machine
office to rent. Good stand for Millnery busi?
ness or Dry Goods. Apply at Singer office.
:fDBorsAN and American Stereoscopic
Views, $1 60 per d/?en. HABEL STRUT
BAZAAR. _ aprl9-mwf
Tr fi Bandsome Photograph Albums are
now sold at 60c each. HASEL BTBEAT BAZAAR
PLATINO CARDS, Linen, sixteen styles, 50o
per pack. Hasel street Bazaar and East Bay
News Boom._ febl9-m
ENVELOPES, Whfte or Buff, good quality 10o.
a package, or three pack ages for 26c Hasel
street Baisaar and East Bay News Boom.
SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT.-WO 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 25 cents per box. Hasel
Street Bazaar and East Bay News Boom.
BUILD INO MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his ware rooms,
No. 20 Hay no street and No. 33 Pl nc k n ey street
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mohS-finwlyr
To the Late Hon. Charlea at. Forman, T,
Kt ll y and L. 13. Love g reen, Esq.
At a regular meeting of the Hibernian So?
ciety, held on the 8d September, 1873, the follow?
ing preamble and resolutions were unanimously
It la bnt meet and proper that we should pause
In our pursuits to dwell upon the Uves and the
death of those whom when living we honored,
and who have lett behind them a record of honor
and usefulness worthy of belog remembered by
The Hon. Charles M. Forman had attained so
high a position of eminence and worth la the es?
teem of this community, that there 1B nothing we
could add to awell the already Joat and loll tribute
or his praise. Als great worth-his usefulness as
a high toned and public spirited citizen-bis dig?
nified bearing, wide and unostentatious benevo?
lence, and his incorruptible integrity, have been
publicly and sufficiently well attested.
His generous sj m pa thy for all that concerned
the welfare of this society must incur our lasting
praise and be cherished in unfalllDg remembrance.
May every flower that adorna the chaplet to bis
oem ry remain as fresh and as unfading aa those
we now scatter over his honored tomb.
And now another has been added to our death
roll I Onr much loved friend and sympathizing
companion, T. Kelly, has been summoned to bis
eternal rest. His years were not as many as the
psalmist's, but he lingered and toUed among ns
long enough to stamp the Impression of his many
virtues and noble qualities, and draw around him
a large circle of loving and devoted friends. With
a deep throbbing Irish sympathy that was keenly
alive to every exhibition of human misfortune, he
was never contented with the bare profession of
compassion, bnt by works manifested the spirit
that waa In bim. Be was a noble exile or Erin,
overflowing with confidence la his fellow-man,
and unstinted la his desire and efforts to aid those
He has died far away from the land or his birth
and the scenes of his childhood; but the new
home ot his adoption, to which he was endeared
by the moat genial attachments, wai cherish the
recollection or his many good deeds, .which so
orten brought relief to the distressed.
And yet another 1B added to the number of
those whose losa we mourn 1 Lawrence B. Love
green, for years a devoted, earnest member or
this society, has passed from earth. Genial in
temperament, affectionate In disposition, kindly
and generous m all his impulses, there waa before
him the fcdght prospect of a life or meatiness,
now forever unfulfilled. There is left to us but the
pleasant memories or hut companionship with na,
and our sorrow for the loss of one, so valued and
devoted a friend.
Resolved. That as friends and brethren or a
common band, we deplore with beating sadness
che death or the late Hon. Charles M. Fnrman
and the late T. Kelly and L. B. Lovegreen, Eaqs.,
is a public loss, and a source of painful bereave*
mont to this society.
Resolved, Tbat tn testimony of our respect a
page of our Minute Book be dedicated to their
memories, and that copies or these resolutions be
rorwarded to their respective ramilles, and (hat
;hey be published la the daily papers of the city.
Extract from the minutes.
D. B. GrxiJLAND, Secretary pro Tem.
COMMERCIAL SEW S.
The Charleston Harket.
FOB TOT TBI KNDrNO THURSDAY, OCT. 17, 1372.
THE CROPS.- The special feature of the wees
bas been the cold change, which caused Ice to
form in exposed localities within a few miles
of Charleston. This puts an end to any further
development ot. the plant, and fixes the limit of
the crop. The period has been dry and favorable
for field work.
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week, up to Friday last, were 67,2?S bales,
against 74,140 bales thu week before, and 64.097
bales for the corresponding period the year previ?
ous. At New Orleans the arrivals were 24,424 bales,
lu contrast with 11,660 bales for the week last
year. The total receipts at the cotton ports
from September 1st, 1872, up to the latest dates,
were388,f.}8 bales, against. 236,798 bales the previ?
ous year, shewing an increase of 161,610 bales.
Trie total supplies at ihe prlnolpal Southern mar?
ket?, from september 1, 1872, up to the latest
telegraphic intelligence, as compared with the
year before, were as follows:
1872. . 1871.
New Orleans, Oct. 16..98,846 46,399
Mobile, OCt. 16.32.772 24.331
Savannah, Oct. 16.98,783 62,842
Charleston, Oct. 16.61,492 40,076
Galve-Jton, OCt. 16..40.595 23,291
Norfolk, OCt. 16.40,709 31,988
Wilmington, Oct. 16.10.191 lo.5u8
Other ports, Oct. 16.4,919 8,868
Total bales.388,308 286.798
Total lnorease to date.101,510
The arrivals at the chief Southern centres from
Ootober io to October 16, 1872, lnolnslve, aa re?
ported by telegraph, were aa follows:
Oct. 10....6018.Oct. ll....6601)
rot 12.... 1644.OOt, 14.... 2676\ 24,650
For the cor rasp on din g week last year....13,992
Oct. 10....1272.Oct. ll....1466)
Oct. 12....1489.Oct. 14....1989 J 8867
Oct. 16.1812.Oct. 16... .1189)
Last year. 7676
Oct. 10....8610.Oct. ll....4090)
Oct. 12....1800.Oct. 14....4972} 22,03 2
OCt. 16....4662.Oct. 16....3399)
Oct. 10... .1763.Oct, ll. ...1679)
OCt. 12....1908.Oct. 14....2378} 12,080
Oct. 16....2461.OOt. 16.. ..2011)
Oct. 10....1269.Oct. ll....1689)
OOt. 12....1188.Oct. 14....1788} 8631
Oct. 15.... 884.Oct. 16....1988)
Last year.?.*.. 4868
OCt. 10....1061.Oct ll....1000)
Oct. 12... .1076.00'. 14... .2561 \ 10,847
Oct. 16....2869.Oct. 16....2286)
Last year. 8322
WILMINGTON- , .
Oct. 10.... 167.Oct. ll- 276)
OCM2.... 829.Oct. 14.... 402J 11774
Oct. 16 ... 811....Oct. 16.... 289)
Last year. 1700
TOMI 1872.. 88.681
Total 18T1. 66,869
The stocks of the article in sight at the latest
dates wei? as follows:
Stock in Liverpool....bales....627,000 471,000
Stock In London.224 ooo 113 a*5
9tock in Havre..266,000 117,240
Stock in Marseilles. 16.600 1 8.836
Stock in Bremen. 88.000 27,469
Stock in Amsterdam. 71,000 s?.ooo
Stock in Antwerp.4 \00Q 15,000
stock in Barcelona. 48,000 05,000
afloat for Oreat Britain (Amer?
ican,). 21,000 88,000
Afloat Tor Havre (American
and Brasil,).18,760 22,201
Afloat for Bremen (American).
I Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
Total Indian cotton afloat for
8took in United states ports.187.654 149,948
Stock in the inland towns. 22,686 27,940
Exporta from United States ports
per week np to oot. ll. 87,834 18,417
Increase of stock In sight.... 268,873
The arrivals at this port for the past week were
426 bags of sea Islands and Floridas and 11,654
bales of uplands, against 306 bags or sea islands
and Floridas and ll,83t bales of uplands the pre?
vious week and 219 bjgs of sea Islands and
Floridas and 13,e74 bales of uplands for the week
or last year. These supplies came as follows: Say
or uplands, per south Carolina Railroad. 9ee?
bales; Northeastern Railroad, 1796; savannah and
Charleston Railroad, 176; Santee, 3; Georgetown,
4; Florida, 14. or sea Islands: Northeastern
Railroad, 8; Edlsto, 89; John's Island, 81; Christ
Church, 21; St. Andrew's,4; James Island,ll;
Beaufort, 26; Savannah and Charleston Railroad,
21; Wadmalaw, 6; Florida, 209.
THE COTTON MARKET-The market ror this ar.
tide had a firmer tendency during this period,
and the foreign rates, which were at 9X@9Xd
hardened to 9\'d "ft rb for mlidllng uplands. At
New Tork, prices which were at 19,\'d, stiffened to
19Xd, and fell off to i9Xc, while at this point this
grade began at KX improved to 18Xc and re?
ceded to i8@i8>;c fi m. The transactions
and prices at Liverpool and New York during this
time were as 10. lo wa : On Friday, Ootober il, the
former was quiet and steady, uplands oxd@9Xd;
sales 10,000 bales; the latter was firmer, uplands
19J?o; ?sales 33J6 bales, on Saturday the forme,
was steady, uplands 9Xd@9Xd; aa!ea 12,000
bales; the latter was firm atl9Xo;sales 2868 bales.
On Monday the former was active and firmer, np
lands OXd; sales 20,000 bales; the latter was firm,
uplands 19X0; sales 2426 bales. On Tuesday the
ror mer was .strong, uplands 9\<?; sales 16,000
bales; the latter was easier at ?oxc; sales 2128
bales. On Wednesday the former was firm; np*
lands 9\d; sales 16.ooo bales; the latter was quiet
at I9>ic ; sales 1692 bales, yesterday the former
waa steady, uplands ax J; sales 12,000 bales; the
latter was steady at ii*KC.
The transactions and prices In this market dur.
lng the past week were as folio WE : On Friday,
October ll, there was a fair demand at firm rates;
?ales soo balea, ordinary to good ordinary Oeing
quoted at 16X@17XO, low middling 17X@I7X0,
middling 17*4-0. and strict middling 17X@l8c ?
Hs. On Saturday the market stiffened x@Xc, j
with a steady Inquiry prevailing; sales soo bales,
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at lex? j
173ic, low middling I7\c, middling 18c, strict
middling l8X@l8Xc V lb. On Monday there was j
on active and well supported demand, and prices
Improved xe, sales 2000 bales, ordinary to good \
ordinary being quoted at l6X@i7Xc, low mid?
dling 18c, middling l8Xc, strict middling ?8X0 fl
fis. Tuesday the market was quiet and somewhat
dull; sales 600 bales, ordinary to good ordinary
being q 10ted at 16X@17Xc, low middling lSc,
middling iBK?l8tfc, strict middling I8X0 f? fi?.
On Wednesday the article was easier, and declin?
ed x@Xc; sales 700 bales, ordinary to good ordl- j
nary being quoted at l6x@i"Xc, low middling !
17X0, middling 18c, strict middling 18X0 9 lb.
Yesterday the market opened at previous rates,
bot became active and somewhat firmer; salea |
1500 bales, say 1 at ie, 6 at lex, 2 at 16X, 41 at 17,
83 at ITx, 96 at 17Xi 80at I7X, 118 at 17\ 112 at
11%, 161 at 18, 60 at 18 1-16, 42 at 1 sx, 28 at 18 x,
60 at 18 816, 3 at 18XC ft tb, 880 on private terms.
We quota :
Ordinary to good ordinary.iex@liX
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-This quality or the staple I
has come forward in fair supply, with receipts |
for the week of 428 bags or Carolinas and Floridas
Tao market has been quiet, with only a light
inquiry, at easy prices. Sales about iso hags or
Carolinas and Floridas, among which were or
Carolinas 8 at 66c, 8 at 62X. 10 at 65c, 6 at 68c, io
at 7 oe, 2 at 76c, 2 at soc, 4 at 68C, 2 at 90C or
Floridas-4 at 48c, 8 at 46c, 8 at 6cc,3 at 62 x, .12 at |
53c, 6 at 55c, 7 at 68c, 1 at eoe.
Rios-There have been liberal supplies of Car?
olina, rough coming to band during this period,
the arrivals amounting to about 60,000 bushels.
With free receipts and more liberal offerings the j
market has had a softer tendency, and price,
were somewhat lower, but closed steady yes* |
terday. Sales about 1000 tierces, of clean
carolina, among which were eo tierces at 6 918,
65 at 6 y,, e at 611-16,226 at ex, 110 at "%, 94 at
7,88at7x, 83 at 7X, 130 on private terms. Yes?
terday there was a good demand at steady
prices. Sales 400 tierces or clean Carolina, viz: 6 |
at ex. 60 at ex, 46 at ex, 16 at 613 ie, 205 at ex,
26 at 616-16, 6 at 7,18 at 7X- We quote common
to fair at ox?6% good ex@7c. <
NATAL STORM -The arrivals under this head
were moderate, say about 225 bois spirits turpen?
tine and 2273 bbls rosin for this period. The
business has been moderate and at somewhat
easier ratea, the transactions being about as fol?
lows: On Friday, October ll, about 600 bbls
spirits turpentine were sold at 67c fl gallon, and
600 bbls low grade rosins at $3 76 for strained,
on saturday sales looo bbls low grade rosins at
$3 70 for strained. On Monday about 60 bbls
spirits turpentine were Bold at 6eo per gallon, and
300 bbls roBlns at $4 for Mo l and extra No 1, and
$4 60 for IJW pale; the lower grades were easier,
and at the dose wei e at S3 60 for st rain ea to $3 76
lor extra No 2. On Tuesday there were no sales j
reported. On Wednesday the market was quiet j
and without transactions. Yesterday the busi?
ness waa unimportant. Cruds turpentine may be
quoted at $4 26 for virgin' and yellow dip, and |
$260for hard. .
HAT.-There were no arrivals of this article,
and the business waa only of a retail character.
COBN.-There were'received about 1600 bnshela
oftbls grain from Philadelphia and Baltimore.
The demand was light and la a limited way.
Prime white may be quoted at 08c? $1 V bushel,
OATS.-The receipts were light, say abont ooo
bnshclB from Philadelphia. Sales of 1600 bushels
took place at 62c fi bushel.
PEAS.-There were no receipts of note in this
grain, and the market was quiet and nominal.
FLOUR.-There are fair stooke of moat qualities
or this article m the hands of dealers, with a j
Bteady local and country demand. Northern and
Western snper may be quoted at gs 2600 76 fl bbl,
extra at $708 fl bbl, family at $8 6009 fl bbl;
Southern descriptions are in moderate stock,
and super may be quoted at $S 6007 ? bbl, extra
at $7 50@8 60 fi bbl, family at $909 60 fi bbl, and
extra family at $io@n fl bbl.
BACON.-The market ls moderately supplied with
prime meatj and prime smoked shoulders may
be quoted at ox@9>ic ?rft. prime smoked clear
rib Bides at l2Xc fl rh, prime salted lung dears at
io@io?c, and prune salted shoulders nominal.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode- j
rate. Fair to rally fair Louisiana sugar may be [
quoted at 9 x@i ic ft lb, good to prime grocery sn?
gars may be quoted at 11012c fl lb, lair to good
Cubas iox@nxc, fair to prime Demoraras at
11 ?Siso fl lb. New Orleans molasses, prime
m a jobbing way at - f. gallon. Cuba
muscovado molasses may be quoted at 880 In
hhda and 40o in bbls, and in a Jobbing way at
40042c; olayed at 880860 m hhda. ?md 86?
! 87c In bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 18020o in
hhda, and 22026c in barrels.
COFFS?.-The article ls in moderate request
Fair to prime Rio may be quoted firm at 20023c
BCTTKR AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock or this
article-Taney Goshen may be quoted at 80036o;
New York Bute, prime, 26030c; medium 20026c.
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 C5@i 76 fl sack,
as to size ef lot.
INDIA BAQOD?Q.-There has been some de?
mand tor the country trade, and lots or do?
mestic may be quoted at 16c; Ludlow at 14 c.
TIMBRE AND LUMBER.-The market is quiets
We quote timber for milling purposes
from $0010. ! Shipping timber $10016. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cot
to sise, from $18022 fi M by the cargo ; lamber
per rail, $18016; river lamber, $11018; dressed
FBXIOBTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, Md
on uplands, i;,'d on sea Islands: via New
fork jfd on uplands, - on sea islands; by sail
9-16 j on uplands, on sea lslandB nominal. To
Havre i>ic on uplands, coast wise-to Now York,
by steam vc on uplands and - on sea islands;
12 fl tierce on rice, soo ft bbl on rosin; hy sall,
- fl lb on cotton; - ft tierce on rico; 6O0 fl b b
on rosin; $11012 fl M on lumber; $12012 60 fl U
on timber. To Boston, by steam ?0 on uplands,
and $2 60 fl tierce on rice; by sall, - c fi ns on up?
lands; rosin 70c; resawed stuff $12012 60; tim?
ber $18013 60; phosphate $605 so. To Providence,
by Bau, $10 60011 fi lt on boards, -0 fi lb on
cotton ; by steam %c via New York. To Philadel?
phia, by steam, f?o on uplands; $1 76 fl tierce
on rice, OOo fl bblon rosin, $1 on ?pirlta. Through
bills of lading given to Boston, Providence and
the New England cities are regularly Issued on
thia route, and dispatch guaranteed. By sall, $8
f> M on boards; $12 on timber;-fl ton on
day, and $360 on phosphates. To Baltimore by
steam, -c fl rs. by sall, $E@8 60 fl M on boards 1
on timber; $3 60 fl ton at city, $404 26 fl
ton up river on phosphate rock. Vessels are
In demand by our merchants to rake lam?
ber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen
and sauna River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and 10012 fl M are rates on
lumber and boards.
DOMXPT70 EXOHANOI.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight oheoks on New York at x per
cent, on ; time bills nominal They are selling
sight checks at par.
EXCHANGE-STBRLDJQ BILLS.-rte rate yester?
day waa 21X021)*: for 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The orokers were yesterday buying at
12X and selling at 18M.
Nsw YORE-Per steamship Georgia-46 bsga sea
island cotton, 2140 bales upland cotton, 16 bales
: domestlo goods, 117tenses rice, 26 casks clay, 76
bnndles staves, and 97 pfcgs sundrle*.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship wm Kennedy-431
bales upland cotton, 266 tierces rice, 240 bbls
rosin, 41 bales domestics, 18 roils leather, 4 rinds
and 3.bales hides, 108 piegs sundries.
fixporta or th? Week ending October IT.
Nsw TORR-PerBteamBhip Champion-167 bags
sea island cotton, 116O baiea upland cotton, 54
tierces rice, 188 bales domestics, 76 bundies
staves, iso -packages sundries.Per steam
?hip James Adger-26 basis sea Island cotton, 1144
bales uplands cotton, 90 tierces rice, 122 bbls
ro.-in. 50 casts clay, 66 bales domestics, and 03
P HIL ADI LPHIA-Per steamship Gnir Stream
2QI ba,es npland cotton, 77 tierces rice, 811 bbls
naval atores, ios bales domestics, 174 packages
KALTIMOBB-Per Sehr D F Keellng-^aoo tons
phosphate rock.Per Sehr Matoaka-185 M
reel or lumber.
Co m p ara tire Sxporta or Cotton tut tilca
from the Port of Charleston, from sep?
tember 1, 1878, to October 16, 187?.
a L.Up'd. iRice
S. L.Up'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
Other Fr. Ports
N. or Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. A Nr'folk
Oth. U.S. Ports
mi pori* or flnval Stores and ?.amber
from the Port of Charleston, from
Maj-a A AT Sot.
St John's, NB.
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Non.-We nave oeauctea rrom New oneant
23.428 balea npiandi. rrom Mobile 6 balea up?
lands; rrom savantah 418 bags Bea Island and
1408 balea upland, ar d rrom Charleston 689 bags
sea island and 884 balea upland cotton; being
the quantity reolv >d at those porta from Mo?
bile. Florida. Texas tad savannah.
Stock of Cotton In tue Interior ITowns
at tit? Latest Dates.
Macon.Oct ober ll
Memphis..Oct o J er ll
flirten by T-lefrapn.
LONDON, October 17.
Noon- Consols 92J?. Fives 88X.
Niw YORK, October 17.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocka firmer. Gold
strong at 13. Money 6. Exchange, long 8X1
short lox. Governments dull and heavy. State
bonds very Btrong.
Evening.-Freigntl i firm. Money active but
closed at 4ae. sterling 8X- Gold l2Xal3X-Gov?
ernments a little changed. States very strong,
especially on Tenaesaees. south carolinas
corri ni MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, October 17.
Noon.-Cotton Oponed quiet and steady; up?
lands oxd. orleans ioxd.
Later.-Cotton quiet and steady; salea i.'.cco;
sp?culation and export 4,cop; sales of uplands
for December 9Xd.
Evening.-Cotton idosed quiet and stead' ; up
.ands 9Xd, Orleans lox; sales 16,000 bales; specu
'ion and export 40OO.
NEW YORE. October 17.
Noon.-Cotton steady; Bales 2133 bales; uplands
19Xe; Orleans 20c.
?vening.-Cotton Ann; sales 4366 bales: up?
lands lone; Orleani 20; net receipts 4317 bales
to day; gross 4261. tales or cotton futures te day
8600 bales, as follona : October 18 M-lSelOX' No?
vember 18 9i6al8X; December 18X?1811-16; Jau
uary 19al9 Mfl; March 20 1-16; AprU 20 9-16; May
BOSTON, October 17.
Cotton in good denand; nlddilngs i0c; gross
receipts 1222 bales; nales 600; stock sooo._
PHILADSLPHIA, 0 tober 1?.
Cotton firm and of enngs llnht; middlings lMfft
BALTIMOBB. Octoner 17.
Cotton nrm; mldillogs ?Mo; groai receipts
176 bales; eaporw o Great Britain 432.
coistwU? 180; sales 265-, sales las: evening *w>,
stock 1814. NORFOLK, october 17.
Cotton nrm; low nlddling-isxaisxc; net re
celpts 980 bales; sale, soo; mock 4MI.
WILMINGTON, october 17.
.??I?? liwc net receipts 316
Cotton easy; midd logs ?*c -w COMtwise 359;
bales; exports to ar?at Britain ??. v
sales 190; stock 2041. SAVANNAn, October 17.
Middlings l7Xal'.X; net receipts 1666 bales;
sales 1228. MEMPHIS, October 17.
cotton easier; middlings ?sxaWX? receipts 1794;
Amenta 1025 ; stock 9968. ?
Cotton quiet; middlings 18Xc; low mlddiinw
iso. good ordinary 7Xc; net receipts 1466 bales;
exports coastwise 9C3: sales looo; stock STU.
V NEW ORLEANS, october 17.
Cotton in fair demand;, middlings WXalJXCj
low middlings i8X?t8Xc;good tn^naryjbjaisxc,
net receipts 6029 bales; gross 7236; exports to
continent 7976; coal-twiss 706; sales to-day 1200;
last evening 4300; st->ck 70,924.
NNLL GALTRSTSN. October 17.
,?XS?.n?a?,etJ K??D ordinary 16Xal6Xc; net
receipts 209 bales; sales 360; stock 22,798.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
"""" " LIVSRPOOL, October 17.
moon-Breadstuffa are quiet and steady,
vnnn fi?". .. KBVR YORK, October 16.
neaT7?L?liclli??d- Wneat imet and
ia TS7' T0J?BTEACIY' fork steady; mees $14 80a
Keadv st?Lqttl ? ? J l-16a8cx.' Terpentine
?^7"u "62RoBln D"n at $4 40 for stralne *.
??TO'J??' Irregular; common aft
Simuss.8 nfT haIce; wlDter red Western
iio8aio3. torn beavy and lower hr' nineth
Arm, notwithstanding advance ta^r?tenu Bice
Inmoderate request at ix*sV? pfsS. "V?T.f5
Flour quiet and wea?.%ft?f 5abne5?in
changed Whiskey dud at 89T Pork lower li
$16 2b. Bacon lower; shoulders 7Kc- iwrih
plBC??SSiB*? ?? *>?"?? ? ?.
?"....".. _ LOUISVILLE, October 17.
n? i^a,eady* Corn quiet. Provision firm, but
np pork or city n-ndered lard here. Bacon, snp
FL?mall;8?0,?lder8 he,d at TXa7Xc; clear nb
sides ??arce, l2*c; clear sides I2val2?. Facked
Jard, tierces io; kegs UXalix. Whiskey Arm at
. BALTIMORR, October 17.
Floor unchaoged. Wheat Arra, corn, whlt9
ablive at70a72c. yellow 6&a69. Oats, rye and oro
visions qnlet. Whiskey firmer at P3XC. .
New York Naval Stores Market.
KEW TOBE, October 16.
The Dal'y Bulletin says: Spirits turpentine has
I ruled very qnlet, and sales limited to a. few small
I lou in a retail way. Holders, however, as pear to
be pretty firm In tnelr views at 62xc, Wlth 62c bid.
Roam opened easier, but nader a free demand the
market closed considerably stronger at $4 86a4 40
1 for good BI rained: sales 900 bb s strained at $426:
600 fcbla at $4 40; soo bbls good Ko 1 and
low pale at $487X; 100 bbls low No 1 at $480:160
bbls pale at $6; 100 bblB opaque at $4 !(6; and 600
bbis olack at $4. Tar Is still scarce and firm;
salts 40 bola Washington at $-. Pitch ls selling
fairly In a jobbing way at $437Xa4 60.
_ VviiJirNOTON, october ia.
SrrRrreT?RPKNTitJE-Baa advanced )ic. "ales
of 120 cask* at 68 xe. and 20 casks at 57c per gal?
lon for Southern packages. ?
ROSIN.-ibero were sales today of 880 bbl j
strained at 13 80, and 280 do at $4 for No 1 $4 60
for low pale, and $5 60 for pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Receipts and sales of ns
bbls at $3 26 for nara and $& tor yellow din ana
'JAR-Harket steady. Sales Of 32 bbls at S3 so
COTTON.-Sales of 147 bales as follows: 0 at
ic* ; 3 at i?; 4 at is* ; 14 at 17; 1 at n * ; 49 at 18.
and n at 17 xe per pound.
CORK. -A cargo or 1860 bushels inferior sold from
vessel at 7.c per bushel.
Interior Cotton Markets.
SUMTER, October 13.
We repTt 466 baleB for the week ending Sa'ur
dav, 12th Instant. Middling 10X0 low middling
16XC, good ordinary is, ordinary 14*.
OAKDEN, October 16.
We again reportan active market, with sales ol
887 bales. Highest quotations to-day i7*c.
ROCK HILL, Octooer 14.
Since last report there has been but little
change. We quote the market erm to day at
cents for middling. Sales of the week 016 bales.
ABBETILLE, October 16.
Cotton ls quoted at nc.
LEXINGTON, October 10.
Cotton ls quoted at io *ai7c.
ORANGBBCRG, October 16
The market ls Improving, prices advanced X tc
Xe per lo, middlings closlug at IT*c.
NitwBERsr, October 16.
Cotton ls quoted at 17Xe
MACON, October 16.
The heaviest receipts of the season came In to
day, most of the warehouses getting above their
average number of ba es. The market was ac
Use. demand good, buyers taking all that wai
offered. We q tote Liverpool middlings at 17 *c
New York middlings i7Xc. Monday's receip i
were 344 bales; shipments 180; salea 190. He
celpls to-day 049; shipments 408;enies 641.
COLUMBUS, october 14.
Market In good demand; low middling 17Xc
middling 17KC; eales 183 bales; receipts 246
MONTGOMERY, October 15.
Market quiet; good ordinary l7Xc; strict gooc
ordinary n*; low middling 17X; middling is*
Receipt? per Railroad, October lg.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD,
j: 2291 bales cotton, 340 bbls flour, cars stock. Tc
Railroad Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. A J Sall
nas, Jas R Pringle A son, W W Smith T P Smith
W K Ryan. W B Williams ft Son, Geo W wiillami
ft co. F L Meyers, W P Bowling. A B Mulligan
Heeder ft ?Javis Mowry ft eon, McCutchen a co
A S Smith, W C Courteney, L D Desausinre
Campaen ? co, Wlss ft co. Sloan ft Selgnlous, R t
Sharp, W 0 Bee ft co, and others.
234 bales cotton, 9 bbls spirits turpentine, 0.'
bbls rosin, cars of lnmbe?\ tobacco, rough rice
mdfe Ac. To Mowry ft Son, E H Frost ft co, M
K Ryan, A J salinas. Geo H Walter ft co, Csld
well ft Son, T PSmi'h, PA Ammo.'A S smith
Pringle ft Son, W c Bee ft co. 0 R Holmes, G VI
Williams ft co. K B Smith F willis, H Klaue ft co
Reeder ft Davis, Bardin ft' Parker. Trenholm ?
? s< D, Whllden ft Jone?, Bollmann Bros, T O Boag
Ingraham ft Son, Kinsman ft Howell, Pelzer
Kodgers ft co, tturdaugh ft Weekly, L Cohen ?
co, u i c x Gibbs ft co, F o Mey, w C Courtney
ft co, Hopkins, McPherson ft co, O F Levy, I
Welling, chapean ft Heffron, Railroad Agent
Order and others.
Per steamer Emme, from Georgetown, S c
Mrs W St .1 Mazyck and son, Miss Mazy ck. Mrs I
S Fraser, children and nurse, Miss Sarah C Thun
ton, Mrs J J Bolger, s Laurence Stein, J Richard
son, J H Rainer, Rev A T Carr, J Flinn, O lUion
0 Christie, and two on deck.
Per steamship Merced li a, from Boston-I
Smith, MIES A smith, J Haley, Miss J Haley, Cha
New Moon, 2d, io hours, ll minutes, morning,
first Quarter, 9:b. 8 hours, 44 minnie*, evening.
Pull Moon. 16th. io hours, 16 minutes, morning.
1 AM Quarter. 24th, S hours. 84 minutes, morning
New Moon. 31st, ll hoars, 42 minutes, evening.
H. ft 8.
CHARLESTON, H. C.OCTOBER 18, 1872
i.a 182 deg 40 min 33 seo. | Lon 79 deg 67 m m 27 sec
Steamship Mercedlta, Marahman, Boston
hours. Mdne. To JBB Adg>-r 4 co. south Carollm
Railroad, Northeastern Railroad. D A Amme, T H
Bristol:, T L Blssell, Chase and ? uttlno, J Cant
well, J Caniilng, Cameron, Barkley 4 co, E Daly,
B F Dunham. P uarcy. M Douglass, Ellas Bros,
D F fleming 4 co, B Foley, D Goldstein .son, G
H Gliddon. J cadsden. N A Hunt, Holies 4 Cald?
er. F K Houston. I McGill Hall. Jno Hurkamp 4
co J H Hillen, J R Johnston, kinsman * Howell.
Kl nek, Wlckenberg 4 co. Kressel ft vrudw, P P
Locke A Lander, I) McPherson, P F Hurray, R
Marun, E W Marshall 4 co, A Nimitz. D O'Neill 4
son B o'Nflll. 1) u'flriei.J N Robson, Roach 4
Merrett, stoddard * co, 1> H sileox. Steffens,
Werner A Un-ker, P P T-ale, J H Toiler.. Wage
ner Af MonYeei, ? H Wilson ft Bro, P Wa sh, R
White O F Welters, W J ? ates.
Merchants' Line, sehr Li ly, Hoghes, New York
73 boars. Milse. To Roace 4 Merrett, Adams,
Damon ft co, J E Adger 4 co. J Apple. D A Amme,
H Bischoff ft co T w Biles 4 co, Bollmann Bros,
Bu lc ken 4 Wohl mann, 0 Bart 4 co. Blom 4 Hil?
ler. T M Brlstoll 4 co, W M Bird 4 co, Lr fl Baer,
B Boyd, H Bulwlnkle 4 co, O Claclus, Cameron,
Bai kiey ft co, W H Chafes 4 co, Colcock 4 co,
(j i arie, Boy 1st on ft co, E R Cowperthwalt, Dowle,
Moise 4 Davis, 4 S Fairly 4 co, Simon Fass, For
hvthe, Mccomb 4 co, D F Flemlnir A co. H Gerdts
4 co. R cannon. Bart 4 co, G S Backer, Jeffords
A co, H Kiatte 4 co O L Korn?hren?. Kinsman
Bros, Kllnck, v\ lckenberg 4 co. Locke 4 Gronlng.
J H Lopez, M L?h is. P B La ar-o A co, F L Meyer,
W Marcher, W McLaln, S R Marshall 4 co, Man
tone 4 co, B O'Neil'. F H Oaishotr. O P Poppen
heim, Geo Prince, C F Panknln, Quackenbush,
Estlll 4 co, Kailr. ad Agent, Ravenel 4 co. WF
Rice. Riecke 4 Peterman, Steffens, Werner 4
Ducker, D H.SIlcox. J Saya*, A Sickendorf, W
Shepherd 4 co, Jno Thompson 4 co, R Thnmlln
son 4 co, Tiedeman, Calder 4 co, A Toblas' Sons,
F von Sanien, W L Webb, O F Welters. Wagener
4 Monsees, Geo w Williams 4 co. P wineman 4
co. Martin 4 Mood, O W Wessart, Vi J Tutes.
Sehr J;is Gordon, Ireland. Phlladelpbla-6 days.
Coal. To the Gas Company. Teasel to Cohen ft
sehr Gen R E Lee, Gradlck. Cooper River. 1460
bushels rough rice. To JnoHanckel.
Sehr Elizabeth,-. from aantee. 1725 bush?
els rough rice. To E H Frost ft co
Sehr L R warren, Roberto, from Satina River.
3200 boBbels rough rice. To J R Pringle ft Son.
Sehr Ann S Deas. GarbattL from West Point
Mill. 80 tes nee. To J K Pringle ft Son.
steamer |Plantcr. Foster, Peedee River via
Georgetown, a C. 286 bbls resin, 455 bales cotton
and mdse. To Ravenel, Holmes ft co, Murchison
* co, Murrell * Jannabill, Geo W williams 4 co,
JameB M Caldwell A SOD.. W K Byao, WlOT
Bros, Mowry k son, EH Frat
patrick, T P Smitn, QaacfeeDbnsn, EfltUl ?*? co,
A B Mulligan, Barden A Parter, WhiMeu * Jones,
W H Cbafee k co, and otben. . ssl 5Wg|
Steamer Emilie, Whlre. Georgetown. :. 166 tea
rice, 25.000 shingles, mdse and sundries. To
Snackelford k Kelly, j R Pringle k son, LD De?
Sanssare, Whyte k Harrell, and others
Boat from Christ Chorea. 1 bag sea Island cal?
ton. To W M Lawton k Son. . ;.. .
Boat rr.m John's Island. 8 bags sea Island cot?
ton. Tu R Hoper. . ...
Boat from Christ Churca. 1 bag sea island
cotton. To R Roper. ? ; ?
Boat from John's Island. 4 bags sea Island cot.
ton. To Kinsman k Howell. . . . ;
Boat rrotn St Andrew's. 2 bogs sea Island cot?
ton. To Kinsman k Howell.
Boat from Wadmalaw. s bags sea island cot?
ton. To Kinsman k Howell. ' ' 1
Boat from Christ choren. 4. baga sea island
cotton. To Kinsman ft Howell. '
CLEARED YESTERDAY. ;
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, New York-Wag?
ner, Huger k co. W A Courtenay.
Steamship Wm Kennedy, Foster, Baltimore-P
Sehr Battle, Mcclintock, Jacksonville, Fla
Cohen k Wella.
Sehr D Talbot, Amesbury, Demerara, via Bruns?
wick, Ga-Cohen k Wells.
Sehr Whitney Long. Hayes, Port .Royal-Cohen
Sehr M 0 Lyons, Smith, Philadelphia, Via facto
Bonville-E F Sweegan.
Sehr SV W Simmons, Philadelphia, via Jack?
SAILED YESTERDAY. *
steamship Georgia, Holmes. NewY<
steamship Wm Kennedy, Foster. Bi
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York.
Steamship J W Everman, Morgan, Philadelphia.
Ootoberl4. 1 ijj
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT. ?
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York.
Oct jber 16. ?? .
LIST OP'VESSELS .
np, CLEARED AND BAILES roa THIS P?ET.
. . - ... - ?a"J A
. UTIBfOOL . ..-,0;;
Br bark Fille de l'Alr, Jones, up.. August 2*
The Mary Jane, Jones, Balled."
Tue Cormorant. Hansen, sailed.........Au
The Emma, Pender, sailed... ..Sent 10
Bark Brilliant, Bartley, sailed--.Septu
BARCELONA. '" (
Span bark Providencia, -, sailed...... .'.Sept 20
VALP AB. USO.
BarkSapho, Wilbur, to sall..........."....Oat 1
STOCKHOLM. ? * "?tl?j?
Bark Hellos, Holm,sailed.......Sept -iel
POET SPAIN. Kia U
Ship AncDla,-, up..V.iBCjt d*
BIO na jAxmmo.-.
Br sehr Sparkling Wave, Hocken, sailed...sept -??
BELFAST. . .,
Br bark Livingstone, MoMullan, sailed.. ..Sept ii
DOMESTIC. ' "! ?at
BOSTON. '"? ' ? ' ' y 'V:1'.
Sehr Chas Macartby, Chase, up............OctTar
Br brig Loohlmar. Nickerson,- clewed.....;Oct a
Sehr AB Glover. Terry, up..Oct/''
. . MEW TORE. .
Steamship Charleston, Berry, cleaved/....Oct 16
Sehr A H Howe, Medway, cleared.....Oct H
Sehr Lilly. Hugnes, cleared..*..Oct 10
fchr Geo B somes, Pray, np.;::;:.;-,'.Oot/'J
Sehr F Merwin, Pearce, np.........^...VOOI'
Sehr jesse S ular, clark, up,-.:...-..:.'vMMiril
Sehr Aldana Hokes, Rhodes, up. .Sept 20
raxLADixrHiA. > . -: ? .'^..*itU
Sehr Jas Gordon. Ireland, np..;..'..".1..!..?]
, Sohr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared....
Sehr A F ?mea, Acorn, up.
Brig Wm H Parka Dix, cleared........ '
Sohr Sue Cummings, Lyon........
FORTLAND, RI. .'..*> lf\Wf??i
Sohr Mary Collins, Collins...........Q&fV
- ? :j.rjftrVd.ti('
List of Shipping ' %^ '
IN THE PORT OP CHARLESTON, OCTOEU IO. (
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasioa
within the State, excepted. . : 5r5
STEAMSHIPS. . . ? f?Xaijfi?.
Manhattan, 1888 tons, Woodhull, at Aager* wharf,
for New York, losdtc g-James Adger 4.00. Ni <
Virginia, 597 tons, Hinckley, at Brown:* COT?
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-WA Courte-,
nay. .. v- V , ..??
Merced ita, 8577 tons, Mar atm tn, at Vanderhovst'a
wharf, for Boston, loading-Jas Adger * co.
Pnerto Rico, (9pan,) - tons. Yzaguerreyat Boyes
k co's wharf, for Liverpool, lo id mg-Robert
Mure 4 co.
Tyne Queen. (Br,) - tons, Cassen, at AUan?o,
wtiarf, for Liverpool, loading-Jos A Baslow
A co. i ..
SHIPS. . 5>5 .
Nautilus, 1200 tons. Spencer, at Atlantic wharf;
from Liverpool. dUenargmg-E Willis.;'. ";.rs
.Juna. (Br.)-tons. Baker, at Boy OS 4 co's wharf,'
for amsterdam. 1 adlng-Lesesne 4 Wei's. . .
Lady Du florin, (Br,) 986 tons, EvanB, at . Volon
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry.Card,
Edith, 893 tons. Hilton, at Union wharf, ror Liver?
pool, leading-H Card. . -. .T?> il Wi}
BARKS." . ??.-'fl??
Tuiuca, - tons. Blanchard,'in Ashley aver/
from Booth Bay, Me, discharging-U H Gild
Tiber, (Br.) 923 tons, Lewis, at Atlantto wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Wallace, e 8 ions, Mccormack, at Atlantic waarA'
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros 4 co,
Harriet F Hussey. ?86 tons, Sue*, at Boyce 4
co's wharf, for Havre, loading-Leansae
Mary McKee. 338 tons, Sharp.lu Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loadlng-E F Sweegan. -
Freeman Dennis, (Br,) tons. Fletcher, at Boyce 4t
co's-wharf, from Begast, waiting-Lesesne.
4 Wells. il1!*
Lucy, (Br,)672 tons. GrnndelL.at Urion wharf, for.
Antwerp, loading-Henry Card. -?^
Ada, (Br,) 816 tons. Durkee, at Atlanticwasrf, for
Liverpool, loadlng-B a Wilkins ? co, _ ' ;
AnPdell, (Br,) - tons, Key. at MarshaU'c wharf,;
for a port in Great Britain, loading-R M ure
k co. . ' ' *'
Bel Stewart, ?- tons, Purdy, at Vandethorst's:
wharf, from Boston, walting-A S Creigh
Ranger',- tons Cox, at Van?erhorst's Wharf,,'
from BiBton, walting-Master. ? ' . '
Enrique, - tons. Oren it, at commercial wharf,
from New York, waiting-Street Bros 4 co. '
James B Boyd. - tons, Perry, at Atlantic
wharf, from Liverpool walling-H Cardr
BRios. ; '"I
B S Haseeil, 216 tons, HodtdOD, in Ashley River,
for West indies, loading-Jos A Endow 4
Samuel welch, 229 tons, Fisher, at Northeastern
Railroad wharf, fer Philadelphia, loading-E
Al tavela, 188 tona Cousins, at NorO^^lRall
road wharf, for New York, loatUBg^JOs 4
Enslow k co. . ' '*i ' 2 , -
ohruta 0 eolBon. 300 tons. Payton, at (tow,
wharf from, Boston, discharging-M-Gold-,
smith k Son. .
j w spencer, 3te tons. Thomas, in Ashley Hiver,
for Wood's Hole, loading-Jos 4 Fjiaww 4 co.;
john H Hancock, 444 tons. OroweU, in Ashley
River, for ?oston, loading-Jos 4 Enslow 4
Lewis Ehrman, - tons. Fooks, at Robb's MID,
f.ir Baltimore, loading-street Bros k ca
Matoaka. 21* tons. Fooks, at Central wharf, for
Baltimore, ready-Street Bros k co.
B N Hawkins. 396 tons, Wyatt, m Ashley River,
for New Y OTK, loading-Keach k Moffatt.
Jessie B Smith, 323 tons, Williams, at Marshall's
wt)arr, ror New York, loading-E F Sweegan..
Florence Rogers, - tons, Sheppard, at Adger's
wharf, for New York, loading-Roach* Hof?
Ohas F Heyer, 328 tons, Poland, in Ashley Rim,
for Boston, loading-Cohen k Wells.
Eben Fisher, 266 tons, Reynolds, In Ashley River,
for Boston, loading-Jos A Boelow A co.
Hattie, 244 tons, McO.tntock, In Ashley River, for
Jacksonville, ready-Coben k Wells.
M E Mangain, - tons, Berendge, la Ashley
RlVjr, for West Indies, loading-O Ba't A co.
D Talbot, - tons, Amesbury, at Central wharf,
for Brunswick, Ga. ready-Cohen 4 Wells
Adellza 186 tons. Huntley, at Central wharf, from
New York, discharging-E F Sweegan.
M C Lv..ns. 214 toDB. Mnlth at Wando Company's
wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging-E F
Beniaram Gartslde, 343 tons. Sanford, in Ashley
River, from Philadelphia, ciacharglng-E 8
S Wt? CCTHD.
S V w Simmons, 194 tons Williams, at Central
wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging-E F
Whitney Lons:, -tons. Hayes, at Central wharf,
for Port Royal, resdy-Cone k Wells.
Lilly. 400 tons, Hughes, st Ad ger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-Roach k Moffatt
James Gordon,-tons, Ireland, at Gas'Com?
pany's wharf, from PhUadeipnia-discharging
-Coben 4 Welle.
DR. FITLER'S VEGETABLE RHEU?
Warranted under oath never to have failed to
core. 28,600 Certificates or testimonials of cure,
including Rev. 0. H. Ewing. Media, Pennsylvania;
Rev. Joseph Beggs, Falls of Schuylkill, Phiiadel
ehla; the wife ot F>ev. J. B. Davis, Htghtstown,
ew Jersey; Rev. Thomas Murphy, Frankford,
Philadelphia; Doctor Jennings and Doctor, Walton,
Philadelphia- HOD. J V. Greeley, member con
greaa from Philadelphia; Hon. Judge Lee, Cam?
den, New Jersey; ex-Senator Stewart, Bartimef?:
ex-Governor Powell, Kentucky, and thousands of
others. Warranted to cure or money, refunded*
DB, GEO. CAULUR, Agent?
juiyi-lyr Charleston, s.o. "