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Marion Lodge, L O.O. P., at 7 P. M.
jjt?i? Volunteer Rifle Club, at8 P. M.
Hook ?nd Ladder. No. 2, at naif-past 7 P. M.
La Candeur Lodge, A. P. M., at half-past 7
.... AUCTION. 8 ALBS THIS DAT.
MBea Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, boote, aboea and hats.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, furniture, carpeting, ?tc
-The State quarantine regulations ceased
itt th e lat of November.
' -Old Probabilities predicts dear and very
cool weather, with fresh and brisk northwest
winds, for the South Alantle States to-day.
Get ready your overcoats.
. -In consequence of the horse disease, not
a single scavenger cart was at work yester?
day.- The officers and roundsmen of the
police force, with lew exceptions, were com?
pelled to perlorm their rounds on foot
' - Ia accordance with a resolution passed at
a recent mee Ung o? Council, the Mayor bas
appointed next Thursday as a day of Thanks?
giving and Prayer. It la to be boped that the
day will be made a general holiday. -
-Savannah la In a flurry at the approach of
Sh? epJsoot, and her cotton exchange 1B dis?
cussing; measures whereby, with the use of
lighters, cotton intended for shipment can be
transported from the termini of the railroads
on the river to the various presses.
-The soiree of the Sumter Social Olub,
given Ott Wednesday evening, was .well attend?
ed despite the threatening weather. The en?
tertainment was agreeably varied by a spread
of choice vianda that received a merited award
Urem the assembled guests.
-Columb us M. McClure, who was convie^ 9..
at the August, 1870, term of the United States
Coart of Illicit dIstiillBg, but failed to appear,!
waa arrested a short time ago, near Green-!
Ville. He baa been brought to Charleston, and
wai yesterday sentenced'byJadge Bryan to
alx months' Imprisonment in the Greenville
Jail aud onie thousand dollars fine. He wiri
leave Charleston for Greenville thia morning
tn charge of a deputy marahal.
? TUM ARTILLERIE VSIERSIUTZUSGS.
At a meeting of the Deutsche Artillerie Un-,
terstatzuDgs-Vereln, held yesterday afternoon,
atXlndstedt's Hall, corner of King and Cal?
houn streets, the tollo wing officers were elect
ad and committees appointed to serve tor the
ensuing jaar.': P. Meie he rs, president; E. H.
Eickels, vice-president: J. P.? LU lent h al, treas-1
urar; P. Wlhdhelm, secretary. Committee on
Flnanoe-E. H. Rlckelo, C. H. Klencke, John
Grav?t, 3. J. W. Luden, J. Garves. Committee
on Bick Members-Ward 1, H. Vlohl; Ward 2,
H. Desebreck; Ward 3, H. P?tera; Ward 4,7.
lit; Ward5, B. Lui jen; Ward fl, 0.
???fc T^F^WcThJetogr-mrd ^ JrG.
.floluepegte ' .
The president reported the amount of cash
on hand at one thousand two hundred and
alxty-two dollars and thirty-four cents. The
organization has expended daring the year
fbur hundred and fifty-one dollars for charita?
ble purposes. Since ita foundation In 1867
about ona thousand seven, hundred dollars
have been expended in aid of widows and
Hick members. The organlzt .1 ? a ia now in ?
very flourishing condition, wi.' ? ?. membership
of over one hundred.
In tire evening the organization gave
grandbaU at the Hibernian, Hall. The Fall
Jae band of music had been
i and gayety reigned from ten o'clock
until near dawn this morning. A sumptuous
?upper was served, and formed an agreeable
Interlude to the dancing. "
THE CAROLINA SPORTSMAN'S CLZ i
This flourishing olnb held a full meeting last j
evening, at the house of the president, Pro?
fesser F.& Holmes, corner Yanderhorst and
'Sfti afeeeta. The committees on the consti?
tution and the game laws reported. The cou
-atltn?on was adopted. By ita terms, the re'gu
Mr-meetings.wUl be held seml-annuaily, the
anniversary meetings being fixed for the
fourth Monday tn November of each year, at
which the elections for' officers win be held.
Special meetings may be called at any time
by the president at the request of three mem
beta. Th? annual dues are two dollars. The
income of the ciub wm be devoted to the en?
forcement of the game lawn throughout the
State. The committee on the game laws sub?
mitted several proposed amendments to tue
existing game laws, whlotr, alter considera?
ble discussion and some modification, were
adopted. The club will endeavor to have
these am an timen ts passed-by the Legislature.
A .le?ding feature or the amendments la an
extension of the time allowed sportsmen for
shooting. The organization or the Sports?
man's'Club fills a want long ie lt in every part
of South Carolina.
HOTEL ARRIVALS. NOVEMBER 7.
8. B. Hack, South Carolina; M. Manheim,
Leesville; J. B. Aiken, G. 0. Proctor, New
Hampshire; H. ZL Graham, Leesville; w. H.
Strickland, Robinson's Circus; A. L. Hlddle
aon, Gokesbury; B. J. Marshall, Jr., Mobile;
B. LeBoy, Columbia; E. P. Klttoe, wife and
three children. South Carolina; W. J. Lee, B.
C. Logan, Klngstree; E. Fryer, A. J. Fryer,
W. M. McNeill, Marlon; E. H. Dowling, Bam?
berg; BL Br Hudson, Baiters; P. Glenn, Coo
T. J. Wilhams, New York; E." H. Br?er,
Washington; T. Wheeler, Georgia; A. A. Bug?
gies, W. B. Mayo, Mrs. Bowen, New York;
Mrs. Petherick, Atlanta; W. M. W il lace, South
Carolina; P. J. MoPhllllps, New Tork; F. P.
?^?lhardt U. Si Ai; J. Butler, -Ir., N?w York;
H. N. Richardson, Allendale; G. J. Zeagier,
Orangaiarg; J. Or?nshaw, New York; Mrs. H.
C. Lancaster, Wadmalaw; H. McLear, Wil?
mington, DeL; 0. Hal??, Virginia; Mrs. A.
Halte and sous, Florida; J. Somers, Philadel?
phia; P. M. Bogers, South Carolina; Mrs.
McCall, T. Davis, Camden; j. A. Keller
Orangeburg; E. W. Hack, Miss S. E. Hack
Augusta; Miss M. 8. Fryer, ProthersviUe; J
W. Benbrook, South Carolina; N. Eyland
8x81008 ACCIDENT.-About seven o'clock
yesterday morning a white mechanic, named
Oscar Prousay, employed at the planing mill
of Mr. George S. Haoker, on King street, op?
posite Cannon, had bia left hand taken off at
the wrist in a tenon machine. His hand got j
caught between a band and a pulley while he
was endeavoring to pot on the band. It is
presumed that the hand was thrown against a
?rt oj revolving knives. The hand was terri-1
lacerated and remained banging by only
Li?!, *??00*- Prousay was carried* by
? 60mrad?8 ,rom scene of the
gg^^^^^e, where Drs.
?! ^S?? ^ 0ff ^ tee wound bound
np. During the operation Prousay acted!
With much fortitude. y
THE VOTE OF THIS COUNTY.
The county canvassers met at the Fire-proof
Building yesterday, and canTuased the returns
from all the'preclncts In Charleston County
with the exception of five precincts, two in
St. Thomas and St. Dennis-and three in St.
James Santee, from which places the boxes
had not been leturned. The following table
gives the official count in all but three of the
precincts, and a close approximation in the
cases of those three:_
PARISH s 8
ST. J AUKS O. C.
Mount Do ly. . .
M. JOHN'S BE? K
Bia CK Oak.
Ca lam us Pond..
ST. THOMAS AND
New Hope Ch...
ST. JAMBS SAN
* Du tart Creek..
.32 Mlle House
Lam o's Farm...
Tne Cut Bridge,
sr. JOHN'S COL.
Total.j 87421 9*611 36Uj 101C9
United Status Con rt.
The petition ot W. J. Murrell, of Darlington,
for voluntary bankruptcy was referred to
The assets of Reese & MoCully, bankrupts,
were ordered to be sold, and Registrar
Jaeger was Instructed to notify the lien credi?
tors to prove their liens on or before the first
of January next
J. N. Cochran was appointed asalgnee of
James K. Yanco, of Cokes bury.
The petition for'voluntary bankruptcy of
winiam C. Reames, of Clarendon, was refer?
red to Registrar Seabrook. -
A similar petition, of Isaac W. Bradley, of
Sumter, wt* disposed o'l In like manner.
The oour. decreed $2500 against Columbus
M. Blackbu rn, for failure to appear In answer
' to a charge of violating Internal revenue laws,
and against each of his; sureties, w. H. Raw?
lings? W. C. Mathews, and B. P. Young.
The court decreed $28G 89 and costs against
Joseph Quash, late postmaster of Aiken, tor
debt on postoffice bond, and against each of
his sureties, C. P. Leslie and Franklin J.
An amended complaint was filed !n the ease
of Jeremiah Towle, against N. Hnnt and Ana |
Court of General Sees lons.
The prisoners aga?ust wh;im true hUla?ori
mulder had been found previous to yesterday j
were arraigned. !>.;".?> ?-tte Woolie and Cain
Simona plead not guilty. Their trial was
fixed for next Tuesday.' Solomon Lyons also
plead not guilty. His trial was fixed for Wed?
nesday next The grand Jury found true bills j
for murder against Simon Gale and Robert W.
Brown, who will be arraigned this morning;,
and tbelr trials fixed. .
Francisco Victor Valdez will be arraigned !
and tried on Monday next for the murder of
Raphael Perez. The Hon. M. P. O'Connor will [
appear as his counsel.
United state? Co m miss lo ?cr.
D. Baxter, of Strawberry Ferry, was bound ]
over for trial at the January, 1873, term of the
United otates Court for selling liquor and to- j
bacoo without a license.
William Johnson, drunk, one dollar. John
Allen and John Brayton, colored, disorderly
and fighting; two dollars or twenty days each.
John H. 81mons colored, sleeping in the ]
Market, twenty days. The infant which was
fouod In Horlbeok's alley, on Wednesday eve?
ning, was turned over to the hospital nurse
to be taken care of. Four goals, at large, one
:~ TH KUM OM KT III CAI..
The range of th? thermometer yesterday,
at the drug store of Dr. Joseph Blackman,
on the sooth side of Broad street, was as
follows: 8 A. M., 69; 10 A. M, 72; 12 M., 73; 2 [
P. M.,75; 4 P. M. 72; 8 P. M, 70; 8 P. M., 69.
See Fine Page for other Local Blatters.
DB. R. B. HEWITT will be professionally
absent from the city until Thursday, the 14th
PHANK C. HOUSTON A Co. begs leave to In
form their friends and the public in general
that they will to-day open the most extensive
Photograph Establishment south of New York.
Our faciu.tea for making large work, fine
Photographs and Porcelains, are unsurpassed.
We cordiuily invite the lovers of art to visit
our Studio and witness the finest collection
of specimens ever ottered to the citizens of j
this city. Gallery No. 307 King street, over
James Allan's Jewelry Store. nov6-3
MP.. SOUDER invites attention to his Stock of |
Pbotograt>h Frames Jost received, embracing
upwards of thirty different styles, many ol
'.hem of entirely new design and beauty of
finish, which he offers to cash buyers at a [
small advance on cost. SOLDER'S Gallery, No.
263 King street. _ oot31-lmo
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer this
week great bargains in Carpets, Bugs, Drug?
gets, Oil Clothe, ?c.; also special bargains in
Cloths ot all description.
FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT & Co. offer a very
fine Kid Glove at $1; Gloves, two buttons,
$1 36. Will open on Tuesday the celebrated
Chellley's Kid Gloves, sold under guarantee,
tor which we are the sole agents.
CENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.-The best as?
sortment in town can be found at Forchgott,
Benedict & Co.
BurLDma MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doora, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldlnga, Ac., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayn? street and No. 33 Plnckney street.
The above are all made at his own lac tory on
Horlbeok's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Blare
Mantels, Soliders' Hardware, Ac., from the!
best manufacturers. mchS-fmwlyr
ENVELOPES.-A large stock o? envelopes al?
ways on hand at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, for
mercantile purposes, which will be printed
?nj furnished at prices to snit the times.
Tbe Cnarlesion Market.
FOB THB WEEK BNDINQ TBDBSDAT, KOV. 7, 1927.
TUB CROPS.-Tlie weather was generally cool
and dry, afterwards wet and nnsettled, daring
the past week, and exhibited atmospheric condi?
tions for apart or the time favorable for field la?
bor. So rar as crops could be benefited by a pro?
tracted good harvest time the advantage has
been secured by the growth ot the present year.
TH B RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week np to Friday last were 120,405 bales,
against 118,148 bales the week before, and 96,708
bales for the time last year. At New Orleans the
supplies were 35,442 bales, and 23,115 bales tue
week of the year previous. The total receipts at
the cotton ports from September ist, 1872, opto
the latest dates, wera 781,694 bal?ala contrast
with 607,817 bales the year before-showing an In?
crease of 223,867 bales. Tne arrivals at the prin#
clpal Southern cotton ports from September lt
1872, np to the latest telegraphio Intelligence,
aa compared with the year previous, were as
i0U0W8: 1872. ItS
New Orleans, Nov. 6.106,642 ii6,860
Mobile. NOV. 6. 70,665 64.209
Savannah, Nov. 6.182,490 107,083
Charleston, Nov. 6.108,803 74.695
Galveston, Nov. 6.. 63.76t 42,961
Norfolk, NOV. 6 .88,747 70.641
wilmington, Nov. 6.16,987 14,772
Other porta, Nov. e. io,089 i7,8oe
Total bales.781,684 607.817
Total Increase to date.223,867
The arrivals of cotton at the chief Southern
seaports from October st to November 6, 1872,
inclusive, aa reported by telegraph, were as fol?
Oct. 31.8040.NOV. 1....4076)
NOV. 2....6220.NOV. 4....1816} 81,949
NOV. 6....8441..Nov. 6....4357)
For the cor rospon ding week last y ear....24,814
Oct. 81.1696.NOV. 1....1676)
NOV. 2.. ..2088.NOV. 4....U90 14 850
NOV. 6....2960.NOV. 6....2000)
Last year.. 11,640
Oct. 31....4512.NOV. 1....6165)
NOV. 2....6489..NOV. 4....6200[ 89,768
NOV. ft....6655.NOV. 6....8722)
Oct 31....3798.NOV. 1....28221
NOV. 2....2299.NOV. 4....47301 18,194
NOV. 6....2402.NOV. ?....8324)
GALVESTON- . '
Oct SI'... .1878.Nov. 1... .1700 )
Nov. 2....1628.NOV. 4....2004} 11,658
NOV. 6....2420...NOV. 6....?666J
Oct 81....1198.NOV. 1-21661
Nov. 2....3369.NOV. 4....2390[ 15.667
NOV. 6.8880..NOV. 16....2670) ,
Oct. SI.... 103.NOV. 1.... 96)
NOV. 2_120.NOV. 4.... 189} 746
NOV. 6 ... 76....NOV. 6.... 162)
Total 1871. 84,416
The stocks of the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
Stock lo Liverpool.....bales....467,OOO 617,000
Stock in London.2Z4.ooo li7.6u2
Stock m Havre...238,000 121,390
Stock In Marseilles.... 18.260 18,107
Stock in Bremen..... 86.000 14,841
Stock in Amsterdam............ 64,000 33,000
Stock in Antwerp.4,,,ooo le.ooo
Stock in Barcelona.......... 48,000 49,000
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican,). 65,000 67.000
Afloat for Havre (American.
and Brazil,). 60,000 21,444
Afloat for Bremen (American).... 11,750 1,861
Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
can). 3,000 11,400
I Total Indian cotton afloat for
! Europe.163,000 881,523
stock la United states ports.290,506 260,444
Stock lo the inland towns.43.397 63,986
Exporta from United sutes ports
per week np to Nov. 1. 64,661 36,844
increase of stock in sight.... 85,632
.The recelp's at this poi t for the past week were
771 bags of s?? Islands an* Florida?, and 17,433
bales of uplands, In contrast with 70s bags or sea
island and Floridas and 13,610 bales of upland
the week before, and 484 bags of sea islands and
Floridas, and 10,188 bales of uplands for the week
last year. These arrivals came as follows! say
of uplands per South Carolina Railroad, 14,437
bales; Northeastern Railroad, 2755; Savannah
and Charleston Railroad, 227; Georgetown, 9;
Florida, 6. Of sea islands: James island, 49;
John's Island, 65; Christ Church, 67; Wadmaiaw.io;
Daniel's island, 8; Savannah and charleston Kail
road, 102; Edisto, 142; St. Andrew's, 8; Florida,
281; I tawah, 14; Northeastern K al lr 0 ad, ll.
THB COTTON MASK ST.-This staple exhibited a
qulei and doll aspect, and afterwards tosk a de?
clining character, the foreign market being at
lOXd, rall off to 9Ad fl tb for middling uplands.
At Kew York tho rates were at i9\c and receded
to 19X0, while at tbts point upland grades com?
menced at 18X@l8Xc, and went down to nx@
17 A o V m* The mo vernen ts at Liverpool and New
York for the past week were as follows: On
Friday, November l, tbe former waa quiet, up?
lands lOXd, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was
weak at IOMA sales 2860 bales. On Saturday the
former waa steady, uplands ?o^d, sales 12,0:0
bales; the latter was weak at i9Xo, sales 1067
bales. On Monday the former was dull, uplands
iod. sales 10,000 balea; ihe latter was dull, up?
lands 19'xc, sales 1046 bales. On Tuesday the
former waa duli, uplands iod, sales 10,000 bales;
at the latter there was no business. On Wednes?
day the former waa dull, uplands 9Xd; the Utter
was qalet uplands i9*c. sales 2414 bales. Tea
terday the former waa quiet at 9Xd; the latter
was quiet at 19 \c
The transactions in cotton in this market for |
the past Week were as follows: On Friday, No?
vember 1st, the article was dull and somewhat
lower; sales soo bales, ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 17@17X, low middling ISM, mid?
dling 18X918K, otr?ct middling )8Xc ft lb. On
Saturday tbe market waa depressed, prices lower J
and somewhat nominal; sales 850 bales, ordinary
to rood ordinary being quoted at i7@i<x. low
middling 18318?, middling 18X@18X; strict mid
diing 19X4)19X0 fi rb. On Monday the article j
waa dull and easier, some transactions taking
place at about Kc fi lb decline, afterwards, the
rates having receded about xo fl tb from the pri
MS of Saturday, a better Inquiry prevailed ; sales j
1200 bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quo
ted at 16X@17K, low middling 17X017%, mid
dung 18@al8X, Btrlet middling 18Xc fl lb. On
Tuesday there waa a moderate demand at softer
rates; sales 900 bales, ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 16X@17X, low middling 17X,
middling 18, strict middling IB AC f) tb. On Wed?
nesday there was a fair Inquiry, prices being
easier and abont Xe fl Bs lower; sales 1200 bales,
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 16K@
17X, low middling 17X. middling 17X. strict mid.
diing lSXc fl Hs. Yesterday the market was dull
with a light demand, buyers offering lower rates,
bnt factors were eomewhat unwilling to yield to
a marked decline, and we give quotations as only
approximative and somewhat nominal; sales
about 700 bales, Bay io at is, l at lex, 1 at 17, 2 at j
17X, 43 at 17X, 40 at 17X, 270 at 17X, 68 at 17X. 8
at llA, 10at 18,10 at ISA, 46 at 18X, 6 at lax. We j
Ordinary to good ordinary.16?@17X
Strict middling. -@i8x
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals of this qual?
ity or the staple were to a fair extent, the re?
ceipts reaching 761 bags of Carolinas and Flori?
das. The market has been quiet with only a
moderate business at easy rates, tbe sales
amounting to about 250 bags of Carolinas and
Floridas, among which were 1 carolina at soc, 45
at 55,10 at 60,18 at 65,13 at 75, 10 at SO; of Flori?
das. 23 at 40c. fl rb.
Bios.-The supplies of Carolina rough oming
forward were moderate, say 20.000 bushels for
the week. There has been a good demand for
this time, prices during the period showing
muoh steadiness, with sales or about looo tleices
or clean Carolina, among whicti were 87 tierces at
ex. 4 at ex, 165 at ex. 86 at 6%, 53 at 6 16 16,106
at 7, 87 at 7 1-16, 65 at 7?, 28 at 7 6-16 9 at 7X, 135
on private terms. Yesterday there was an active
demand at genera'ly unchanged rates; sales
about 600 tierces or clean Carolina, among which
were io tierces at exe, 102 at ex, 303 at ex, 26 at
7\' fl Ys. We quote common to fair at o@6Xc,
good 6X07*c ft D'.
NAVAL STORES.-only limited supplies of these
articles are now coming to hand, and we note
arrivals during the week or 287 bbls of spirits
turpentine and 1080 bbls rosin. There have been
moderate transactions during this period, the
market showing about the following movement:
On Friday, November 1, there were no tranaac
tlona announced, on Saturday sales loco bbls
rosin at $s 65 fV bbl for strained to extra No 2,
$4 for low pale and $4 50 for pale; also, loo bbls
spirits turpentine at 66c fi gallon. On Monday
there were no sales reported. On Tuesday Bales
60 bbls spirits turpentine at 66c fl gallon; also,
loco bbls rosin at $4 ft bbl for No 1 to low pale,
and $4 60 for pale, on Wednesday there were no
transactions. Yesterdr.y the market was quiet,
and no business was reported. Crude turp?n*
tine may be quoted at $4 26 fl bbl for virgin and
yellow dip, and $2 60 for hard.
BAT.-There were receipts of this article of
about 126 bales Eastern qualities, which Bold at
$166 fl hundred. The market was quiet, with
only a tight business.
CORN.-The arrivals were unimportant, with ra?
tall sales at about 97@9Sc. fi bushel, Backs Includ?
ed, for prime white.
OATS.-There were no wholesale transactions In
PE AS.-I a the absence of arrivals the market la
quiet and nominal.
FLOUR.-Tho market la weil supplied with most
qualities with a fair local and country demand.
Northern and Western super may be quoted at
$6 2606 75 fi bbl, extra at $7 5008 ft bbl, family
at $8 5o@9 ft bbl. southern descriptions are in
moderate' stock, and soper may be quoted at
$6 ?0@7 ft bbl, extra at $7 SO@B SO ft bbl, family
at $909 so ft bbl and extra family at $to?il ft
barrel. . nt .
BACON.-There are moderate stocks of prime
meat in the hands of dealers, and prime smoked
clear rib ?Ides may be quoted at lix@i2c ft lb,
prime smoked shoulders at 7K37XC ft ls, prime
salted sides at 9>i@toc, m large lots at 9>?c,
prime sa'ted long clears at 9X@Q%, and salted
shoulders at 6X07o fi ft.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to rally fair Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at g x @ n c fl ia, good to prime grocery su?
gars may be quoted at 110120 fi B, fair to good
Cubas lOMdUKo, fair to prime Demoraras at
11M012O fi m. New Orleans molasses, prime
m a Jobbing way at - fi gallon, cuba
muscovado molasses may be quoted at 88c in
hods and 40o in bbls, and In a jobbing way at
40042c; clayed at 880850 in hhds. and 86?
87cIn bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 180200 in
hhds, and 22?25cIn barrels.
COFFEE.-A cargo of 2800 bags has been re?
ceived direct daring the week. The article ls
in moderate request; -Fair to prime Rio may be
quoted Arm at 20023o ff ft
BUTTXX AND LARD.-There ls a fair a tock of this
arti ole-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 80086c;
New Tork State, prime, 25080o; medium 20a25c.
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 6691 76 ft sack,
aa to atze of lot.
INDIA BAGGING.-There has been some de?
mand ror the country trade, and lots of domes?
tic may be quoted at 18o; Ludlow at -c.
TIMBHR AND LmasB.-The market ia nutet
We quote timber for. milling purposes
from $u@io... Shipping timber $10016. Bright
amber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
to Bise, from *is@2if)M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18016; river lumber, $11018;-dressed
lamber, $21026.' i - -
FREIGHTS.-TO uverpool, by steam direct,
u-iod on uplands, ij/d on sea islands; via New
Tork \a on uplands, - on sea islands; by sall
fid on uplands, on sea islands nominal. ! To
Ba vre IMO on uplands, coastwise-to New York,
by steam Mo on uplands and - on sea Islands;
f 2 fi tierce on rice, ooo f- bbl cn rosin; by sall,
- fi tt on cotton; - fi tierce on rice; 6O0 fl bbl
on rosin ; $11012 fi M on lumber; $12012 60 fi M
on timber. To Boston, by steam Mc on uplands,
and $2 60 ft tierce on rice; by sall, -o f? Bs on up?
lands; rosin 70c; resawed stuff $1201260; Um?
ber 813018 60; phosphate $605 60. To Providence,
by sat), s 10 60O11 _ *R M on boards, - o w ft on
cotton ; by s t earn %a via New York. To philadel?
phia, by steam. Xo on uplands; $1 76 fl tierce
on rice, 60s f> bbl on rosin, $1 on spirits. Tare ugh
bills of lading given to Boston, Providence and
the New England cities are regularly issued on
thia route, and dispatch guaranteed. By sall, $8
fi M on boards; $12 on timber; - fl ton on
clay, and $8 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
Steam, -c ? lb; by sall $908 50 fl M on boards!
- on timber; $3 60 fi ton at city, $404 26 fi
ton np river on phosphate rock. Vessels are in
aemand by oar rcerchhants to take lamber
freights rrom Georgetown, 8. a., Darlen and Sa
Ulla River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla, to North?
ern ports, and $10012 ft M are rates on lamber
DUMRSTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight cheeks on New Tork at X0M f? cent,
off; time blIU nommai. They are selling tight
checks at par.. -
EXCHANGE-STIRLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day waa 2OX02OX for 80 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
12,-.' and selling at ISM.
. lex po ru.
NEW TORK-Per steamship South Carolina
2009 hales upland cotton, 47 bags sea leland cot?
ton, 80 bales domenics, 888 bbl* naval stores, 25
casks clay, 27 tes rice, 2l4pkga sundries.
Exports of the Week ending Nor. 7.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br ship Lady Dufferfn-3100
hairs upland cotton, 155 tons phosphate rock.
Per Br bark Ada-2735 bales upland cotton..
Per Br bark Bel Stewart-1883 balea upland cot?
ANTWERP-Per Br bark Lucy-2000 bales upland
HAVANA-Per sehr Carrie Bonnell-40,600 feet
ST THOMAS AND A MARKET-Per brig B S Has
8611-130,000 feet resawed lumber.
NEW TORE-Per steamship Georgia-74 bags sea
island cotton, 1705 bales upland cotton, 623 bbls
rosin, 123 ces rice, 60 casks clay. 80 bales domes?
tics, and sundries..Per steamship Hannat
tan-1102 bales upland cotton, 20 bags sea hland
cotton. 69 tos rice, 26 casks clay, 69 bales domes?
tics, 110 pkgs sundries.Per steamship
charleston-26 bags sea island cotton, 1657 bal B
upland cotton, 98 tes rice, 25 casks clay, 83 bales
domestics, 307 pkgB snndrl s.Per sehr Carrie
-Inward carno.Ber scar Lilly-200,000 feet
lumber.Per Behr"Florence Rogers-668 bbla
naval stores, 408 casks kaolin clay, 60 tons plate
Iron. 70 empty ale barrels, 6 boxea machinery.
PHILADELPHIA-Per sceami-hip Virginia-667
bales cotton, 40 tierces rice, 882 bbls naval scores',
116 bales domestics, 67 bunches of bananas, and
45 pk?8 sundries.
BOSTON-Per steamship Mercedlta-1162 bales
ipi md cotton, 64 tc? rice. 69 pkgs sundries.
Per sehr Eben Fisher-133,375 feet hewn timber,
19.668 reet resawed lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Wm Kennedy-466
tierces rice, 802 bales upland cotton, 69o bbls
rosin, ?9 bales domestics, 86 bales rags, 26 rolls
leather. 6 hnds and 1 bale hides, 20,000 feet lum?
ber, loo pkgs sundries.Per steam-hip Mary?
land-176 t, s rice, 867 balea upland cotton. 63
bales domestics, 81 bbl rosin. 21 casks clay, 20,000
rc et lambe*, 4 hhds hides, 4 bales raga and paper,
and sundries.Per schrJno H Hancock
260.000 feet lumber.Per sehr Mary Man kin
120,000 feet lumber.Per sehr Beojamln Gart
Bide-540 tons phosphate rock.
WEYMOUTH, M A s i-Per sehr Chas Macarthy
425 tons phosphate rock.Par sehr F Mer*
win-620tous phosph 'te rock.
WOOD'S HOLE, MASS-Per brig J W Spencer- j
600 tona phosphate rock.
Exports or Nswavl Stores nwt Lamber
rrom th? Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 1873, to November 0,
Maj >a AM-fcet.
St John's, NB.
Stock or Cotton tn th? Interior Towna
_ at tte Latest Dates.
Comparative JCzports or Cotton ana Klee
from tn? Port of Charleston, from Sep- ?
tomber .1, 1873, to November 6, 187?.
Other Br. Porta
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Forts
N. of Europe
Vf. .'ndles, Ac
Total F. Ports..
P ?iliad el nola...
Bait. A Nr'folk
8. L.Up'd. i Rice
S. L,Up'd.| Rice
.,168| .... 214 ....
1626 Ubi '83848 *1858
-687 ....I 28921 679
1166 .1 22081 876
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NOT?.-We have ceanctea from New oneaui
46.865 bales upland!, from MobUe 5 bales np
latus; from Savannah 1037 bags sea island and
1609 bales upland, and from Charleston U66 bags
sea island and 861 bales upland cotton; being
the quantity recelvod at those potts from Uo
blle. Florida. Texas i nd Savannah.
BAQQINO, 9 yard
New York Double Anchor, 46
inch ea, Stfihs..
BALK ROPB, ? lb.
COTTON, f, Bs_
Ordinary to Good Ordinary....
Middling to Strict tflddUng...
Coma, * BJ.
F LO ca, v bbl
Northern and Wei tern Extra. 7
GRAIK, V bushel
- & ..
.. ? ..
.. ? -
8 & 12?
80 @ 35
20 ? 23
24 @ 26
26 ? 6 76
00 H 8 00
60 ? ll 00
.. ? ..
.. ? ..
97 ? 98
HAT, fi cwt
North River... a
LUMBER,? M feet- .
wwf?1^PLNE'JINT qoallty. 60 00 il
Yellow Pine.-.so 00 a
Board?, rough...."00 ?
Coba. SB /a
Muscovado. ?? Jg
sugar house. ?2 s
Mew Orleans. s
NATAL STORES, 9 bbl
Tar...... , jg.
pitch.. .. i
Boalmpale. 4 ?? a
Kosla.No. 1. 400 ?
Rosin, No. 2. Se* a
Rodn. No. 8. 8 60 a
SplrliB Turpentine, fl gal_ 65 a
CradeTurpentine, ll bbl...... 4 26 a
Hard Turpentine.,. 2 60 - a
oakum, ft BJ ; ?....... ia @
NAILS-American 4@20d, ft keg .. a
Dupont's, F. P. P.g. 0 00 a
Dupont's, F. F. F. 6 00 a
Dupont's, Blasting. 4 00 0
PROVISIONS, fi ra
Bacon, Banu. 22 a
strips..... .. ?
Lard, In keg. u a
Egga.r.. 20 a
Poultry-Chickens, ft dos.... 8 00 a
Fowls, ft doz. 6 00 a
Onions.: ' .. a
Rios, ft lb-Carolina. 09 0
East India..-. ... 0
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coai BO 166 0
Liverpool, line. . ... 0
SUGAR, ft rn
Porto Rico. 0
BEESWAX, ft Tb..... 38 &
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl........ - .. ?
FBRTILIZBR8- i 9 y > .
carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 tts.
Cash.46 00 0
Time (with 7 per cent, in?
terest)..'. 60-00 0
Wando Fertilizer, cash. 60 00 0
Time.66 00 0
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas_00 00 a
Peruvian Guano, Guanape_80 00 a
Patine Guano, 2000 Ks., cash.. 46 00 a
Time.60 00 a
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 0
Bangh's Phosphate, f) 2000 ins.
cash.; 46 00 0
Land Plaster.. 12 00 0
Zell's Atnmonlated Bone Phos- . '? ' '
phate ($70 time). 60 00 0
Russell Ooo's- Am mon la tea l
Bone Superphosphate ($60
time).....-. .t .<...%."......... 45 00 0
Cotton Food, per ton.60 00 a
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'s Manlpu
lated.60 oO. 0
Stono Soluble Guano ($6$ time) 48 00 0
Stono Dissolved - Phosphate' 1 ? -
($31 time;.:. 28 00 ?
Stono Pure uro und Phosphate. 12 00 @ "
Atlantic Phosphate Co...cash. 48 00 0
Time, me of Interest.....' 62 00 0
Acid PDoaphates.cash. 28 00 0
Time, free of interest, ?-.j; 81 00 0
Eureka Ammo, Bone Phos, cash 45 00 0
Time...:.../.eo 00 ? "
PhlllpB'sOarrlbeansea Guano, -
per ton of 2000 tts... .cash. 60 00 0
1st November, per ton_ 66 00 0. .
Ifapes's Superphosphate, ff ' '
- 2000 TBS...*.*;..-.. :.-. ...45 00 0 -
Sardy'a Phosphate, Peruvian,
oMh,.66 00 a
Sardy'a Pacific Guano, Cash.. 60 00 0
PatapscoGuano.......... 66 00 0
E. Frank Coe's Ammonia ted
Bone Phosphate........caah? 48 co, .0 '
Time. 52 O? 0
. Aloe's Pore Dlatol'd Bone.cash 50 00. a -
Time.v.........66 00 0 ._
Whann's Superphosphate.so 00 a 7(
EtlwanQuano...cash.. 65 00 #r-.
Time...;.;...:...;...:.... 60 00-a
Etlwan Crop Food.cash.. 40 00 a
tv. - -Time....?-:-.^.V...;.-.??-..- 46 00. 0 1
EU wan Dissolved Bone..cash. 86 00 :a <t
Time............, 40 00 0
1 T.',- r ; ; LMA : i* U . . 1.;.
Markets by Telegraph.
. - . LONDON, Novembei
Noon.-OJDSOIS 02?. Fives 80.-.- K
Evening.-Bullion decreased ?186,000.
Noon.-Rentes 62f SAC
" Nsw TOBE, Novembei
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks strong.
Arm at 12*. Money 0rm at 6. Exchange,
8X&8X; BhortOX- Governments duh and BK
SUte bonds firm and dull.
Evening.-Governments Arm. Honey eat
4a6. Sterling arm at 8X. Goldl2XaX. Gov
mentana*; better. Mates steady; new
nesBees somewhat better.
........ urvKBrooL, November
Nonn.-Cotton.opened steady^ uplands ?*d
leans lOXalOXd; - . 1 : . -
Later.-conon quiet; nplands OXaXd, Orl<
io*.-1. sales 12,000; expon and Bpecnlatlon
bales. Sales of uplands for January 9 5-i6d.
Evening.-Cotton closed quiet; uplands 9
NEW YORK, November
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 1846 bales; opts
MM4 Orleans l9Xc .
E veal a g.-cnti ou steady; sales 4482 nales st
al9Xc; rei receipts 669; gross 1640; sales fa .1
l8,6oo bales as follows: November, 18 7-I61I81
December, 18 6-l6al8Xc; January, i8*aie
February, 18 lM6al8Mc; March, 18Xal?o; Ai
loxaioxc; May,l06-ieai9 7-l6c.
Cotton doll: middling 19Jic; grosa receipts
bales; sales eco; stock 2600.
Cotton dull; middling lOXc
. . BALTIMORE, November.
Cotton quiet; middling 18X; gross rece
112 balta; exporta continent 893; bales 49; st
Cottr-n, low 'middling 17\c; net receipts !
bales; exports coastwise 2789; sales 200; etooK 2
Cotton quiet; middlings i8*c; net receipts
bales; exports coastwise 814; stock ?017.
Cotton-offerings of fair middlings l8Xc;
receipts 6694 bales; exporta to Great britain 21
coastwise 1838; sales 2062; stock 67,802.
Cotton In good demand; middlings 17xe;
receipts 1S06 bales; sales 1236.
MKMPHIS, November '
Cotton dull; middling 18Xc; receipts 5
bales; shipments 1904; stock 26,326.
MOBILE, November 1
Cotton in fair demand; middlings I8X0; 1
ports to Continent 2466 biles; soles soo; t?t<
Gorton in good demand and drm; middiii
18XCL net.receipts 192 bales; exporta coa?tw
681; salea lOOO; stock 23,826.
NEW ORLEANS, November 7
Cotton In fair demand and firm; midd Ur
18X?; net receipts9462bales; gross 10,700; expo
to Great Britain 8637; to Continent 1994; sales
day 1000; last tveulng 2500; stock 109,240*.
GALTEbTON, November 7
Cotton-ordinary isxc, good ordinary 16*
net receipts 16,609 bates; salea.600; etock 42,638
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS. .
LIVERPOOL, November 7
Noon.-Breads tods quiet. Pork 67 J.
Evening.-Corn 28s ed. Common rosin 11B
alisad.. - . . ? <? ??s ?: .
- ; .LONDON, November 7,
Evening.-Sugar afloat, 28s 9da29i. Torpe
tine, 39a sd.
NEW TOBE. November 7.
Noon-F.our quiet and steady. Wheat quiet ai
nominally unchanged.' Corn- Arm. Pout Bleat
at $1675al5 85. Lard steady; steam sxalX. TB
penttne quiet at 63c Rosin steady at $4 40.
Evening.-Flour dull, but Slightly in buyer
favor. Whisker active at 9 .c. Wheat heavy, ia:
lower. Corn unchanged; very general reports?
fair demand. Rice steady at 7\aS ? c. Pork ac tn
and Armer at $16 96016. Lard quiet and An
Navai stores quiet. Tallow firm at 9Xa9 6 ac.
Lom - VILLE, November 7.
Tobacco, sales -n hhds; logs $6 60a8. low to mi
dlum leaf $8 25all. Flour steady and Improve
demand; extra family te 60a7 26. Corn m
changed; business Bmall. Providions quiet. B
con unchanged; supply light. Whiskey stead
WILMINGTON, November 7.
Spirits turpentine dull at 57*c. Rosin quiet a
$3 76 ror strained. Ta steady at $8 30.
- ??. BALITXORE, November 7.
Flour unchanged. Wheat quiet and Arm. Cor
quiet and Arm. Oats dull. Provisions nominal!
unchanged.- Whiskey scarce at 96 to es*c.
CINCINNATI, November 7.
Flour quiet and unchanged at $7a7 26. Cori
Arm; old 42c, new 37a88c. Pork quiet; new $13 6
a$l4. Lard steady; steam 7 Xe kettie 7 % c. Bacoi
Arm; shoulders 7Xc; clear rio io*; clear sides ll
Whiskey in good demand at sic.
ST. Lotus, November 7.
Fleur doll and unchanged. Corn dull and un
changed; No land 2 mixed 38c Bacon dull and
unchanged, nothing doing. Lard steady; prim?
Interior Cotton Blaxltets.
SUM TSR. November 6.
About 3S7 bales have been sold t-ince last re?
port. The staple hus been dall, with a down?
ward tendency, caused from heavy receipts and
unfavorable reports irom Liverpool and the
Nortnern markeiB. We quote: Ordinary 16c, good
ordinary 16, low midullng 16X. middling 17X,
strict middling l7Xc
. SPARTANBURo, November 6.
Cotton ls quoted at 17c.
LEXINGTON. November e.
Cotton Is selling at from i7*ai7Xc
ABBEVILLE, November 6.
Cotton commands from 16 to ire.
CAMDEN, November 7.
Sales of thc week have amounted to 459 bales
at prices ranging from i7Xai8c. the market clos?
ing active at former figures. Shipments for eame
time 720 bales.
NEWBBRRT, November 5.
Cotton ls quoted at 16Xc.
MACON, November 6.
There was a dull market to-day, owing partly
tothefactthat lt wpjfootod day- ??JW?
wagon cotton waa received, while recetpta by na
were lighter than usual. Toe demand tra? very
goos ror fine cottons, bat mus .wa* offering.: The
market closed dnli,$strlct middlings rating aabJgh.
aa 17KC. The receipts tonUy were tai t>aHK
shipmentsss; sales u. ? ??
Harket doh. Low . mldrUlags. 17?; tattm-VK
bales; receipts 318: ahipmentaaofc:: .ztrasa?SV'-"
MOKTO owT^Noveinber*; J
Market quiet to-day; cr.iinarrle^-foodtwdl
nary nc, strict good ordinary 17*0, low nod?
dling 17 ><e,imddilDglBC. ??TU-I???XM-I;
wiLitn?oroN, November?, .
SPIRITS TCRPB??TINB.-BUM O? 40 cAksAt 67c,
and 26 catas (selected) uit.6 r?o per- gallon for
Southern packages. 3?^?wt?r?
ROSIN.-Strained hasadvanoed 6ci sal?? of IMO "
bbls strained and No 2 (mined) at $3 70*2 76 per
bbl, and 860 bbls strained ut ia vs pertb?k-,; . . ?,
CHDDE TtraPENTiN?-Hai declined, IM Ott Wi?
low dip and virgin, sales of 875'bois it-$818 for
bard and $6 60 for yellow dip and virgin, n y
TAH.-Sales of 33 bbls at 18 80 perboL Market
steady. ,., .'.
COTTON_Sales or 37 bales at 18?13XC per
poaud. ' .' : : .i l
:.' . ' .-.i i i., i;; - ?i? vii?i r< " ?.
lloc.lpu p?r U?llrosvo%. ibVekWr.+Jf.1' -
- wo'aOTsaraaM *mi)i?p?.^^^^
. 184 halas, m^d:oojtoD, 64?bia ninia ttupe^
Hue, 664 bbls roaln"cars of Inca ber, toBac?x m4<?,
Ac To E H Frost ft co, w K Byan, A Jj[S?Sm ?
Mowry 4 Son, Q H Walter ft oo. Ti 8mfth;:A 8
Smith, caldwell ft Son, Geo Wtnm*i4* Vbfc'jiL
0 Courtney A co, Reeder 4 Davis, Hardin a Par
ker, Trenholm ft Son, Whlldeh'A JOBSB, WWBe?
4 co, Jaa R Pringle A Bon. T?G-Soag, A*B?tt1Ui
tran, 0 R Holmes, Palzer. Rodgers ft,.00,.Bates*! !
& co. Murdaujo A weekley, i D .Kiriwrta?,
W c Dukes ft eo, sloan ft Selgnlous, Witta Broa
Klnemau ft Howell, Quacken bun a, E?tt?fA,oo,a
Cobla ft co, Fenntck ft T, J M Ward. OSaMaah,
Hart ft co, E Bates 4 co, E' WeEmg, oj^i?aaa.
ottlctBV- -:-^'Vrrn :K^i?r
.' ' '
. moem XBaam iDirl x&aaUl.
New Moos, 1st 12 bours-^i mtanteai morDlht.-.-i
Fltbt Quarter, 7cb. 10 hourn, 82 mantes, evania*
Fun Moon. l4tL ll noars,1!* minutes, evania*.'
Lest Quarter, 23d, 12 boars, 28 nlirat6Am$rf3?f?
New MOOD, 30th, 1 hours, 16 minutes, ev enr?|g. ?
LafSfl deg 48 nan 83 sec. I ix>n 79 deg ST rnto irrseci
- sehr.-*P;Fariand, Bt&jnmamtfalfa r:
Sugar and molasses. Tq.WPJUd, .... ..s^
sehr Gen R B Lee, Gradi* Cooper.Hiver., .ll*
bushels rocgh rice. ToJpa & P?Cg]6^ ?OtL- w
0 Bee 4 co, Bayenel* co,r' ;:,'v^j;^^SJ.
Received from' Bennexfri MIL 123 Maree* now
TO w o Be*A co. * .' ." - ; Jfiiyy&^-i
?' ? ? IN THE:OFFING.?^J&PS*
. . -i .; QUE ABED TESTBED A?-; ?f?-i '-."-ll ' .
steamship sooth Carolina, Beckett, New- Tort '
-Wagner, Huger A eo, WA Coonanar. ?^uLewrl i
? ' ?.> -BAILED T&tiatia?t^> ij'ei&sK-:
Steamship south Carolina. "Beckett; New'tort
Sehr Oarrla; Pearce; NeWTott.f?f ^ :.'
FBOat.TMis. FdBT.-;,'.: 'VfjQ?
.Steamship Manhattan; Woo?hnE^atN?j*^.
Novembar7. ; ^^?^&s^^Wf??*
... SAILED FOR T3IB PORT.,." ^:
Span bark Providencia, Juan, from J3arr?oaa?
October i?.r....:. lb''Jfild ^^cSBSSJSS^-'- -
Sehr IreceE Measervey, Wall, troa??ozU^b
November a,.. . , . -.1 Vi, sa ; lui. U??. a%git :?
..... :r.1.,. .J ??s.7,*: ?.?-:. '
- : :NsTT ro^VoMBMr<7?t1s: .
; Noon.-Arrlved, Australia, City o? MettoO and, ; -
Manhattan. .* ..-..? -r? e.'i?uj' ?
EveBUg.-Arrlvedt Bauvla, Morcedlt* and
! ""TT \ V?v:-t
List of Snipping .- ^ : fl
iy rsi PQBT OF CWtBliMfOW, byHUlt?lj-*_-i '
Vessels under ?M tons, and steamew (joaata^
wlthin the state, excepted-. _ 1 ;.r", g
STEAMSlBDr^'. ] : ' -V?_?p
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger'S wharf,
ror New York, loading-James Adgez.* co. '
Gulf stream,- tons, Huntataf
wharf, ior Phllailelphla, loadlng-W. 4, pour- -
tenav. . J..wv
Tyne Qasen, (Br.) -.lonat 0afJ0n;!at .Jj^arUS
wlurr,ior liverpool, loadmg^oa A JWIMSr
Aco. - ' ' .
. ? ?> ali I VR?I ~,:'??::\h?;-<2ii "?ji?f '
A A E Lovett (Br.)
wharf, from Sidney, C B, Just arriyed-rGeo M.
Trenholm A Son. - *' r'l.J?iiSSJELV^
Uncle Joe, - tons. KendaR, at Tanderhorav?
wharf, from Boston, walting-C :N; auTJert
Aco. " ? -A fihiidtO."
Ida Lilly, - tons, Otis,;at Vanderaorsi's f barf,
from Boston, just artved-r|sajtter.? J^^f??' :
Nautilus, 1200 ton?, Spencer, at: A?antto wharf,
torflavre, lo?dlng?-ON Ail?rta oar
Lady Du?ertn, (Br,) 9S5 ions,. ^Evans,?g&gm
Roads; for LtverpooLready-^Hear? ?a*tt?','>t ; '
Edith, 898 tons, Huton, at Union wharf, ror Liver-. <
pool lead?tg-H ?ara; ? <; . - ?J >^$*&&:
? ? . - ; BABB?^^--''^^;-^'^-:
?na,, (Span.) ~ tona,..Bh?i* ^H^wd^
': . Hall. . . . - . a .TU _.?OO.'9.
Emil, (German,) - totiayTschnyl^at^
wharf, norn MUK uiver, Jamaica, dlafcnai?;*
mg-J( s A Enaiow'4 cc. .. . .. ,t?rs~nx :
P^rdioho, (Span,) -toni, io*? ?s)(pW,A?Jgithj
ern wharf, irem Nen Orleanr, dlscharglBg
josA Baslow A.00. . rt?:A??f?
Canton. (Frsnch.);- tons; Oocaraac? A??Bt?
modatlon wharf, lwm-*tin?ipo,^lB^.val*'
charging-Man tone ft 00. '? ' : f, '?']
Augusta Else. (8pan.) - .tons, FiiidUa, at Ma?v\
shah's wharY; for a port in Great Bt?ttin,.
loading-Henry (Jard. ,. ! ; >-.. ? 1 ' -^-^. :
Tiber, (Br,) e? tons, Lewia, at A^tlc .wliirt,
for Liverpool, loading-Henry ?ard.. T
Wallace, e.8 .tons, Mco>maoi\..m..tte; WreO -:
Harriet F ?un?y.^? KM, ?.2^'%2?^
co's wharf, 'for ?B*VG:\n*&-&HrP'
A Wells ?" .- ' **
Freeman Uennla, (Rr,) tous. Fletcher, at Boyce A
co's wharf, for Amsterdam, loa^imr-Lesesne
4 Wells. ? . ? '- :: .:i;"*il?wi 'iii''?2S> -
Luoy, (Br,) ?72 tons, Gruaiell,,ln';the B>^ wf
Antwerp,ready-Henry Para. -,^.:.^v
Ada, (Br,) 816 tons, Darkes, lu ^JMffi. 7orf
Liverpool, ready-B G Mg*?:A
Rapier, -- tons Cox, a? VandeAorst* ??aTf;.
from Boston, wamug-Maa^^^^^
Enrique, 618 was, OrcuK, at Commercial whan,
far Liverpool, loading-streets ros ?joa/ri?-l
Jamel B Boyd, - too* P?ry,,at Atla*?C(
wharf, for Uverpool. loading-H CartL.,.
BBIGS. . .. -
Edith HalL 288 tons, Oliver, at- ?f^J*?*;
from Balt?nora, diseharglag-street urea a7
Rosita; (Span,)was, AbrtL at; Brow^ A oof*
wharf, for Barcelona, Joadlng-W P H11U, *.
Fiorantin?. (Span,)- tana; Pujol, at Brown *
" c^'s wharf, for Bar<?lona,; loadtog^W. ;P;
LocMuvar. (Br,- tuna, Nlekerson, mr A?ley.
R?ver!'ior the River Wtta,-ioadti*ac?heB
w H p*rks, 174 tons, Dix, in Ashley Biter, fot '
Baltimore, ready-B F Sweegan, sgt.... ? ?
R s Hassed, 216 tons, Hodsdon, in Ashley Btrer*
for West indies, ready-Jos A Enalow *,
CO 1 - ^ T
j W spencer, 316 tous, Thomas, In the 8tr?an,;
for Wood's Hole, ready-Jos A E^iMoif* cat .
SCHOONERS. ~ ... H
Mary Collins, 221 tons, CtolUna, In Ashley. BIvary
from Booth Bay. (nscharglhg^Mstesv . ,
Sparkling Wave. <Br,j - lon8^HoCIe^^?i,,i??'
merdai wharf, from Bio de Janeir?, duchar*-;
- lng-aN Hubert A 00. .',^.D|1_>
ino A Griffin; 306 tons. Foater.ln faherBlver,
wharf, from New York, discharging-E. P.
?SSf?SS?n, Fish, lnAshley Wver, ironi;
Booth Bay, dlscharglog-Master. ...
M E FemorlcK, 218 tons, Lyons, at Centrmi whsnf
from Fhukdeiphla, discnargmg-H FBaker^
Monadnock. 142 tons, Hanimond at MartaRj
wharf, from New York, dlschaiiing-Joa; A?
F A Holiock, - tons, Tyler, at JDhnMn^aTL:
from^ Ph?adelphl?, dlschargtog-^Obbea ; *,
j B ?ey, - tons, Gllkey, at Jphnaoh'*wha?V
from Philadelphia, dlscharglng-E F Swe*
jonatha*n May, 826 too* Neal, in Ashley W&r
fer Philadelphia loadlng-B F Sweezan, agt.
Jesse S Clark,- tons, Clark, at Jtemlln^
wharf, for Baltimore, loading-Cohen ft
E Gammell, - tons, BiBley.in Ashlea Blvar/
for Baltimore, loadlnr^-?onen * ^?us.
Anne B Glover,-tons Terry!F
for Jacksonville, resdy-M QoW?a^ * ?on
Aldana Bokes. 291 ions. RhcJes.Jn iwX. ,