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MEETINGS IBIS DAT.
Washington Ugbfw?ttt Charitable Aa
aoclatloo, at 7 P. M.
BL Cecilla Society, at 7 P. M.
National Zouaves, at 7 P. M.
Eagle Fire Company, at 3 P. M.
Marlon Fire company, at half-past 2 P. M.
Washington Fire Company, at 3 P. M.
Knights Templar, at 7 P. M.
Marion Lodge, I. 0. 0. F., at 7 P. M.
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT.
Wm. McKay will sell at 10 o'clock:, at his
store, toys, notions, Ac
The range ot the thermometer yesterday at
the drug store of Dr. Joseph Black man, on
the south side of Broad street, was as follows:
8 A. M., 44; 10 A. M., 60; 12 M., 66; 2 P. M., 58;
? P. M., 66; 6 P. M., 64; 8 P. M., 64.
-Coroner Aaron. Logan qualified for office
yesterday, and was duly Installed.
-The firemen will find In another column
an important notification from Chief Nathan,
lnwhioh they are ali interested.
-Noah Session, the colored Beaman of the
schooner A. Thomas, who waa struck upon the
head by a boom on the lOi h Instant while on
the passage from New Torte to this city, died
yesterday at the City Hospital.
-A sp?cial meeting of the Irish Rifle Club
-waa held last evening at Ar che r's Hall to re?
ceive the report of the committee of arrange?
ments for the oomlng ball. The meeting was
weU attended and harmonious In every re?
spect. The report, alter being amended in
tome trifling particulars, was adopted.
-The various Presbyterian congregations of
the city united yesterday In thanksgiving at
tho Glebe street Church. The assemblage
waa large, and was presided over by the Rev.
Dr. Buist, Addresses were delivered by the
Ber. W. H. Adams, pastor of the Circular
Church, and by the venerable Thomas Smythe,
. TBS SHS?IFF'S OFFICE.
Deputy Sheriff Dingle received a communi?
cation yesterday from ex-Sheriff Mackey, in?
structing him to turn over the office to Sheriff J
Bowen. This communication waa maLed at [
Columbia previous to Mr. Maokey's departure
for Washington. D?ring the atternoon Mr.
Maokey's farnlture and other private property
were removed from the office, and possession
was formally accorded to Mr. Bowen.
AHR EST OF A DBSFEBADO.
John Smith, colored, engaged In running a
sloop for tue Devereux Bros., bas been for
ioma time past suspected of appropriating a
portion of every cargo to his own use, without
making any return therefor to the owners.
OQ Wednesday afternoon last Information
wat lodged against him at the detective j
office, and two officers were detailed to
watch his movements. These encount?
ered him in Chlsolm'a Mill yard, at the
weat end of Tradd street. In order to
effect his escape he pluoged into j
the river, and waded through water, waist j
deep, to a point nearly opposite the west end
of Booth Bay street. There he remained upon
ar. oyster bank for several boors, until he was
finally taken off In a boat by the detectives.
When rescued he was so paralysed by cold
and fatigue as to be unable to walk. He was j
taken to the detective office on a cart Before |
.. reaching the office he drew a knife, and at- j
tempted to ont one of the officers but was pre-1
vented. Yesterday he waa turned over to a |
trial Justice lor prosecution.
DISASTROUS FIRE ONEDISTOISLAND.
Varty Thouaad Dollar?* Worth of
Property Destroy ed-Se veral Persons
The store and g?vhouse of Mr. Jno. Wright,
situated on Ed la to Island, about one mlle from
the Edlsto wharf, were destroyed by fire at
one o'clock on last Wednesday. The fire
originated in the motelng room, and was
caused by an attempt to light a pipe made by
a colored woman employed therein. The
room was filled with a dense mass of floating
lint, wbloh Ignited from a match the woman
had struck. The progress ot the flames-waa
?o rapid that the gln-houBe hands barely es?
caped with their lives. Several were severely
barned. One colored woman had every par?
ti?le of clothing burnt off of her, and her con?
dition was such that she was not expected to
live ont yesterday. The gin house con tai ned
ton McCarthy gins, a corn mill and
bolting machine, grain fans, elevators,
and other machinery as well as about twenty- j
four bales of sea island cotton and two thous?
and bushels of sea Island cotton seed, ail of |
which were completely destroyed. The en?
gine-house and engine attached to the gin
house were also destroyed. The store con?
tained a large stock ot dry goods, groceries,
?a, all of which, exoeptlng about one hun?
dred and fifty dollars' worth of dry goods,
were lost. There was no Insurance. The los?
ls estimated at between thirty-live and forty
thousand dollars. Of the cotton destroyed,
about eighteen bales were the individual
property of Mr. Wright. The remaining six
bales were owned hy Major Cari Berlin,
Messrs. 0. L. Mars teller, A. Berg, S. L. Bay
sard, and a colored man named James Hut?
chinson. Ot these Major Berlin is the heaviest
loser. Mr. Wright ls at present in New York.
The store and gin-house were under the man?
agement of Mr. G. Stevens, who has had
Charge of them for the past four years.
THE CITY RAILWAY.
The Rutledge street cars will run at fifteen
minutes Interval, leaving above on the hour,
and 16. 30 and 46 minutes after, and leaving
the Postofflce at 6. 20 and 60 minutes alter the
hour, and the battery at 36 minutes arter.
The King street cars will run at twelve
minutes interval, leaving above at 6,18, 30, 42
and 64 mlumee after the hour, and leaviogtue
Battery on the hour, and the Postofflce at
12, 24, 36 and 48 minutes after.
NEW LOUISIANA SUGAR AND MOLASSES.
Messrs. T. Tupper A Sons have received by
rali from New Orleans the first shipment ol
new Louisiana sugar and molasses. It came
through In six days. Fair to fully lair sugar
.old al 10}; prime molasses at 77.
RIAL ESTATE SALB.-Messrs. Lowndes A
Grimbail sold at auction yesterday the tract
of land in Charleston County known as the
Soutu Island plantation, containing lorty-four
hundred acres, for fifteen hundred dollars; one
quarter cash, balance payable In one, two and \
Dux PRICKS 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 holness card of the house forwarding it,
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price,
lor ten copies or more, with business cards,
two and a half cents per copy; single copies
FATAL CVTTTXG AFFRAY.
3ne Negro Stabs Another to the Heart at
tlie Six-mile House.
William Davis, a negro about twenty years
Did, was fatally stabbed In tbe store ot Mr.
J. Mapls at tbe Six-Mile Home, about one
o'clock: yesterday, by a negro boy named Ru?
fus Conyers. The particulars or tbe affair, as
related by Mr. Maple's clerk, the only witness,
are as follows : He waa si tiing upon a piazza
in front of the store door reading a newspa?
per, and Conyers and Davis were standing lo.
side the Blore. Conyers held an old carving
knife In his hand, the blade of which was
about four Inches long, and ground to a
sharp point like a dirk. Davis Bald to
Conyers, "That is the knlle you gave
a boy to cot me with the other day." Conyers
called Davis a liar. The two got into a souf?
fle, aod the clerk went to separate them.
When he got np to them he notioed some
blood npon the floor, and that Conyers was
about to strike Davis with the knife. He
therefore took the latter by the hand and
pulled him boyond reach of the knife. On ex- j
amlnation be found that Davis had been
stabbed In the chest, on the lett side, near the
heart. E avis attempted to walk to his house,
about three hundred yards from the btore,
but fell down before he had gone twenty
yards. Two negroes who happened to be
passing got a cart and carried him home. He
died about Ave minutes alter reaching the
house, and about thirty minutes after he re?
ceived the wound. Conyers In the mean
time made his escape, but was captured
later In the day by a negro named Hilliard
Johnson, who brought him In the direotlon ol
the city with the avowed Intention of deliver?
ing him up to the officers of the law. Both
negroes were residents of Mr. L. Seel's farm,
adjoining the Six-mile House. Davis had nn
regular employment. Conyers was recently
a cow minder for Mr. E. L. Roche; he ls onh
fifteen years old. Coroner Logan was noti?
fied of the morder late in the afternoon. He
repaired Immediately to the spot and Im?
panelled a Jury of inquest, whloh was ad?
journed to meet at the coroner's office at ten
o'clock this morning.
HOTEL ARRI VALS-SO VEMBER ?1.
J. H. Breaner, N. C.; W. W. Hogan, Kings
.wile; E. W. Ferris. Klngstree; R. Eisi-nln,
and wife, Bennet! ?ville; 8. Ben lo rd, Anderson; j
J. W. Conn, Barnwell; W. B. Bradford, King- J
B. M. Adam, Auguste; J. T. Wood, Liver- j
pool; C. Tyler, Baltimore; M. Tobias, Miss E.
Tobias, N. T.; W. H. Betbea and wife, Miss A.
Wilson, Wilmington; W. H. Wormer, Oreen- ?
ville; R. Bradley, Jr., Savannah; O. B. Anson,
Providence, B. I.; P. S. Crowell, J. 0. GI est- j
log, Cincinnati; w. B. Denham, Florida; A. E.
Ou ter brid ge, N. T.; W. W. Wheeler, Portland,
T. T. Nelson, Baltimore; C. A. Heckseber, N.
Y. ; B. F. Wi ck era ba rn, Georgetown; H. Fisher,
Sumtei ; J. P. Boyle, G. G. Wells, New York.
See First Page for other Local Matter?.
REMBRANDT PHOTOOARPHS.-Mr. Sonder
having secured the services o', two additional
artists, one of whom bas had an experience of |
several years ?a one of the first galleries in
Europe, heirs to Inform the public that he is
now able to finish Portraits with more prompt?
ness than heretofore, and with the same
delicacy ot style and artistic touch that have
marked hlB past year's work. Au elegant as?
sortment cf Frames, Passepartout?, Ac, of the
newest styles, at moderate prices. SOLDER'S
GALLERIES, NO. 263 Hing street.
DB. WEIL, an eminent German optican, Is
now at the Pavilion Hotel, where he is pre?
pared to improve the eyes of all afflicted per?
sons. He has a superor assortment of Spec?
tacles and eye-glasses of the celebrated Bra?
zilian pebble. _ _ *
THE KOKET wlil be refunded If Durand's I
Frenoh Polish does not do what lt claims
to do. _ novl3-lmo
ONE CASE MORE of those cheap 12-4 Quilts,
only $2, worth $3. Three cases of Super Bed
Blankets at $4, $5, $6 and $7 60 per pair. La?
dles will fl ad the above goods very cheap, at j
Stoll, Webb A Co. nov20-wfm6
MESSRS. STOLL, WEBB & Co. beg to offer a 1
iresh assortment ot Cashmeres, Tweeds, and
French Cloths and Doeskins. Also, Water?
proof Cloaklngs, in gray, mixed and gold
mixed, at U 26 to SI 50. nov20-wim6
"NEW STYLE CALICOES."-TWO cases ot as?
sorted New Style Calicoes, Just opened in our
retail department. Ladles will find the above
goods the neatest ever offered on King street,
at Stoll, Webb A Co. nov20-wfm6
A FAVOFABLE NOTORIETY.-The good repu?
te lon of "Brown's Bronchial Troches" for the
relief of Coughs. Colds and Throat Diseases j
has given them a favorable notoriety. Dowie,
Moise A Davis, Agents. nov2C-wfm3
FuBOHQOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, are the Sole Agents for the Celebrated
C nielle j 'a Kid Gloves. Each pair is Bold nnder j
TIME IS MONEY.-Clocks, fifty different styles,
in wood, bronze and marble cases, at Allan's,
307 King street, _
FCRCBOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, have reoelved a new stock of Shawls,
Blankets, Cloaklngs, Ac. Also new lines of |
Silks, Poplins, Reps and Mourning Goods.
FUBCBQOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, have received the latest importation of ?
Parla and Berlin Cloaks, alBO 200 pieces of all
styles ot Carpets-great bargains.
GIFTS FOB THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, eold Opera and Yeat Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
BUILDING 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 wareroome,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Pinckney street.
The above are all made at his own lac tory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Steined Glass, Slate
MantelB, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the j
best manufacturers. mchS-fmwlyr
HOUSTON'S NEW PHOTOGRAPH GALLER%NO.
307 King street, ls constantly thronged with
visitors, who gaze upon the beauUlul Photo?
graphs with wonder and amazement. The
Celebrated Rembrandt Pictures made at this
Gallery surpasses anything ever introduced In
this city before. We have over fifty different
style of Frames. Also, a large stock ol Albums,
Cases, ftc _novl2-tuths3
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDREN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes, Roccklng-Horses, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, Ac, Just received at Yon San ten's,
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
The Charleston Market.
'JR THBWBBX ENDINO THURSDAY, NOT. 21, 1ST2.
THE CROPS.-The past wees comxeuced with
i sharp change, the coldest; or the season, and
caused Ice to be formed probably throughout the
cotton belt. This puts a final stop on any further
development of the plant In sections where the
previous rust and worms had not already de?
stroyed Its vitality. The very early plcklugtlme
and the good weather throughout the fall has
probably enabled planters to Becore a larger share
of the growth from the fields than ever before up
to the corresponding period. The alze of the
crop ls yet a snbjeot of mnch sp?culation, most
estimates ranging from 8,260,000 to 3,500,000, with
some tendency to the smaller amount.
THK RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were lio.oio bales,
against 183,705 bales the week before, and 101,491
bales for the corresponding time last year. At New
O -leans the supplies were 28,077 bales, in contrast
with 30,814 bales the year prevlon-. The total
receipts at the cotton ports from September
1st, 1872, np to the latest dates, were 057,237
bales aad 725,888 bales the year before
showing an increase of 281,399 bales. The arri?
vals at the principal Southern sea ports from
september 1, 1872, up to the latest teiegrsphto
intfHieence, aa compared with the year before,
New Orleans, Kov. 20.25B,e9l
Mobile. NOV 20. 93,9d9
Savannah, Nov. 20.-..233 0t4
Charleston, Nov. 20.i34,8S8
Oalve-ton, Nov. 20. 87.737
Norfolk, Nov. 20.
Wilmlngron, Nov. 20. 19,907
Other porta, Nov. 20. 17,033
Total bales.957,237 7?6 838
Total increase to date.231,399
Tue arrivals of cotton at the chief Southern
seaports from November 14 to November 20, 1872,
inclusive, as reported by telegraph, were as fol?
NOV 14....4882.NOV. 15....6939'
Nov. 16....6;95.Nov. 18-. ..7009 1 33,276
NOV. 19....6968.Nov. 20....4197)
For the corresponding week last y ear....86,938
NOV. 14.... 92.NOV. 16.... 2641
NOV. 16....2264.NOV. 18....2777} 8,995
NOV. 19....2980.NOV. 20.... 028)
Last year. 9,103
NOV. 14....4334.Nov. 16....4176)
Nov. IO....4164.NOV. 18....4436} 36,621
NOV. 19....4182.NOV. 20....43-18 I
Last year. 23,701
NOV. 14....2123.NOV 15....1407)
NOV. 16....1680.NOV. 18.. ..8418 J 13,768
NOV. 19....3260.NOV. 20....1603)
La-it year. 10,290 j
Nf.V. 14 ...2092.Nov. 16....-!
Nov. 16.... 657.Nov. 18....1364 5 6 330
NoV. 19.... 1366..NOV.20.... 871 )
Last year. Moo
NOV. 14....2467.NOV. 16....1822)
Nov. 16....1626 .Nov. 18....2644} 10,711
NOV. 19.2096.NOV. 20.... 267)
Last year....'. 6,678
Nov. 14.... 82.NOV. 15.... 216)
NOV. 16.... 417.Nov. IS.... 212) 1,846
NOV. 19 ... 162.NOV. 20.... 807)
Last year. 1,100 J
The stocks of the article tn sight at I
dates were as follows*
Stock tn Liverpool.bales....486,000
Stock la London.2*7 uuo
stock in Havre..2 ?1.000
?tock in Marseilles. 12.600
i 'oct tn Bremen. sa. ooo
stock in Amsterdam. ei.ooo
Stock in Antwerp.3 i.uco
Stock tn?Barcelona. 42.000
s.oct tn Treste.11,260
moat for Qreat Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil,). 67.000
A float for Bremen (American).... 11,000
Afloat ror Amsterdam (Ameri?
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock lo United ?states ports.....303.012
stock in tue inland towns. 64,281
Exports from United states ports
for week up to Friday Nov. 16.. 76,462
Increase of stock in sight.... 69,688
The receipts at thia port for th? past week were
701 bags of Bea islands and Floridas and 12,065
bales of n; lands against 677 bigs of sea Islands
and Floridas and 13,609 hales o? uplands the week
before, and 496 bigs of sea islands and Floridas
and 10,636 bales of uplands for the corresponding
week the yeir previous. These arrivals came as
fo-tows, say of uplands per South Carolina Kai),
road 8662 bales, Northeastern Railroad 1647, sa
van nah and Charleston Railroad 179, Qeorgetowa ?
10, Florida 7, Peedee 15SO. Of sea Islands-North
eastern Railroad 49 bags, John's Island U4, Sa?
vannah and Charleston Railroad 74, Beauiort 46,
Ed ls io 146, Christ Church 87, St. Paul's 4, Wad m a
law 9, James Island 81, Toogoodo 2, Florida 126,
?st. Andrew's 2, Kia wah 7, Savannah 6.
THE COTTON MARKST.-There was a somewhat
quiet feeling for this staple during the drat ot the
week under review, but later a better demand
and rather Armer rates prevailed. Prices in the
foreign market, which were at 9*?d, improved to
9J? d ft ta for uplands. At New Tork this grade
was at 19X0, and hardened to 19><c fl rb ; while |
at tms point the article commenced at I7^@i8c,
and stiffened to i8xc fl hs. The movements
tn the article at Liverpool and New York du?
ring this period were as follows : On Friday,
November 16, the former waa arm, uplands 9Yd,
salea 12,000 bales; the lat;er was dull, uplands
19 Ye. sales 1016 bales. On Saturday the former
was quiet and steady, uplands 9Jid, Bales 10 OOJ
bales; the latter was dall, uplands i9Yc, sales
luis balea. On Monday the fermer was firm, up?
lands 9>?d?9Xd; ta'.ea 12,000 bales; the latter waa
Arm, uplands 19Y?19Yo, Bales 2486 b iles, un
Tuesday the former was steady, uplands 9Ya9Xd,
sales 12,000 bales; the latter was Arm at i9,s c,
sales2600 bales. On Wednesday the former was
hardening, uplands 9Y@9Yd; tbe latter was
strong at 19#c Yesterday the former was
strong, uplands ej<d, sales 18,000 bales; thc latter
was quiet at 19 Yc.
The transactions and prices of cotton in this
maiket ror ihe week Just terminated were as fol?
lows: On Friday, Novemoer 16, the article was
Armer, and prices haruened *@YO fl fe, de?
mand moderate. Sales 700 bales, ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at 16Y@t7X. low
middling 17X?17X. mlddll gs 17X@'.8o $ rb.
On Saturdsy tbe market was quiet aud sightly
easier, tales 600 bales; quotations unchanged.
On Monda; there waa an active and weuaustaiued
oemand, the market scowing strong and some?
what higher rates. Sales 27co bales, ordinary to
good ordinary being quote i ac i?*$i7\', low
middlings 17v. middlings 18@18X, strict mid?
dling 18)4c f? rs Oa Tuesday the article was in
steadily good request, with increased firmness In
prices, which hardened ab jut Y@ Ye fl cs. Salts
2600 bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quoTed
at 17@17X, low middlings I7X@18. middlings
18Y@18Y, and strict midd unga 18X318XC fl rb.
On Wednesday the market opened firmer, with
an advance of KC fl lb, but became quiet, sales
1000 balea, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted
at :7?17Y, lo.?/ middlings 18Y?laX, middlings
iSK?18?. and strict middlings is Y@l8Yc fl fe.
Yesterday there was a good inquiry, aud prices
were abont Ye higher, but later the demand
somewhat slackened. Sales about 1200 bales, say
12 at 16, 20 at 16X, io at 16Y, 81 ar 17, 43 at 17Y,
28 at 17X, 70 at 17X. 4 at 17 Y, 16 at 17 V, 146 at 18,
60 at 18X, 196 at 18Y, 123 at IS*, 346 at 18 Y, 28 at
18X, 42 at 13 Ye We qnoie:
Ordinary tn good ordinary.17 ? 18
Low ml idling.18Y c -
SBA ISLAND COTTON-There are fair supplies
of this quality or the staple coming forward, with
receipts for the we< k of 701 bags of Carolinas and
Floridas. 7he market maintained an ea?y char?
acter, and factors, to sel, had generally to accept
softening rates, the article b lng very much in
the hands of buyers, gales about 600 bags of caro
Unas and Floridas, among Which were, of Caro?
lin*?, ls at 40c. 3 at 42.44 at 60. 11 at 62,14 at
62X, 3 at 64, 27 at 66, 16 at 66, 16at 69, 18 at 60, 20
at 80, 3 at 62x, 6 at 86, of Floridas, 40 good at 40,
16 fine at 60?ie,8 at 64,2 at 66o * fe.
Rici.-The arrivals of Carolina rough were
N JNEWS: FttlUAI, nv \ non
moderate, some 20,000 bojaela being received
luring the ?eek. Tbere has been a good and
somewhat active market for this grain, the arti?
cle ehowlng Increased strength and firmness and
somewhat higher rates. Sales albbut 1000 tierces
af clean Carolina, among ^blch were 10 tierces
at ec, 3 at ex, is at ex, IST at ex. 145 at ex. 110
?t 616 16, 515 at 7, 20 at.7*, 48 at 7*. Yesterday
the market was firmer and somewhat stronger.
Bales about 300 tierces of clean Carolina, say 33
tierces at a 9-ie, 21 at ex, 25 at 6 is is, ss at 7,20
at 7X. 34 at 7X, 42 at :%c. We quote common to
fair clean Carolina at ny,$W, good 7@7X> com?
mon prime 7Xc.
NAVAL STOBES-There were received during
the week TOI bbls spirits turpentine and IBIS bblB
rosin. The market has been quiet and dull, and
Bellera, to dlapoae of their stocks, bave had to ac?
cept rather easier rates. A sale of 6000 bbla rosin
from strained to low No. 1 took place on private
terms. About 300 bbls rosin were disposed of at
S3 66 for No. 1 and extra No. 1, $3 85 for low pale,
and $4 50 for pale; strained being quoted at about
$8 30 fl bbl. Also, on Wed a es a ay, 600 bbls spirits
turpentine at 620 fl gallon, and 200 bbls rosin at
about previous tates. Yesterday the market was
quiet and without reported transactions.
HAT.-The arrivals were unimportant, being
confined to a few carloads from the West. The
business was mostly of a retail character. A sale
or 220 bales North River qualities took place at
$160 fi ti a nd red.
CORN.-The receipts were abont 4300 bushels
from Baltimore. The market was quiet, with
limiter! transactions In prime White at 94096c ft
bushel, bags included, some soo bushels good
white were dlspoaed of at 82c ft bushel, bags In
OATS.-There were received about 2000 bushels
of this grain. There wsre no wholesale transac?
PEAS.-A few limited parcels are coming for?
ward, with sales at $1260127 ft bushel f?r small
FLOUR,-The market ls fully supplied with most
qualities 0: this article, with a fair looal and In?
terior demand. Northern and Western su/er may
be quotea at $6 26?* 76 fl bbl; extra at $708 fl
bbl; family at $8 50@u fl bbl. Southern aeacrtp
tiona are In moderate supply, and super may be
qioted at $6 6o@T fl bbl; extra at $7 6008 60 fi
bbl; family at $909 60 fl bbl, and extra family at |
$10011 * bbl
BACON.-The market baa a fair supply of some
kinds and a full stock of others, the general de?
mand being very light at easy and unsettled
prices. Prime a rooked shoulders are in good sup
ply and dull, with sales atox@8Xc fl ?, prime]
smoked clear rib sides at iox@i 1 xe ; prime salt,
ed olear (rib [sides, ?X0'Xo; long clear, no ]
stocs; salted shoulders, 6X05J?C fl lb.
SUOAB AND MOLASSES,-THO atoota are mode- j
rate. Fair to rally fair Loaisl ina sugar may be
quoted at loxo fl ?, good to prime grocery
sugars may be quoted at-ft Xs, fair to good
Cubas iox@ii\c. New Orleans molasses,
prime new at 7Tc fi gallon. Cuba musco?
vado molasses may he quoted at 88c in
hbds and 40o in bbls, and in a Jobbing way at
40042c; clayed at 88986o in hhds. and 85&
arc in bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at l8@20o in
bhds, and 22026c in barrels.
COFFBB.-The article ls. in moderate request.
Fair to prime Rio may be quoted firm at 20?23c J
BUTTER AND LAHD.- There ls a fair stock or this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 80036o ;
New York state, prime, 26080c; medlnm 20026c.
SALT.-Jobbmg pare?is of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at fl 0601 76 fi sack,
as to size cf lot
INDIA BAGGING.-There has been some de?
mand ror the country trade, and lots of domes?
tic are firmer at 14c. Ludlow at -c
TIMBER AND LCKBBB-The market ls quiet.
We quote timber ror milling parp?se*
(rom $6010. Shipping timber $1O016. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
to size, from $18022 fi M b;r the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18016; river lumber, $11018; dressed
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool,, by steam direct,
- on uplands, -on sea islands; via New York
11-160X4 on uplands, lXd on sealslande;by san
Xd on uplands, on sea inlands nominal. To
Havre lc on uplands. Coastwise-to New York,
by steam Xe on uplands and - on sea lBlands;
$2 ft tierce on rice, Nc fl bbl on rosin; by sall,
- fi fe on ootton; -r- ft tierce on rice; goo fl bbl
on roBln; $H0t2 fl X on lumber; $12012 60 fl M
on timber. To Boston, by steam X? on uplands,
and $2 60 fl tierce on rice; by sall, -0 ft lb on up?
lands; rosin 70c; resewed stair $12012 60; tim?
ber $13013 60; phosphate $606 60. To Providence,
by sall, $10 60011 fl li on boards, -c fl 0> on
ootton ; by steam Xo via New York. To Philadel?
phia, by steam xe on uplands; $1 76 fi tierce
on rice,'6O0 fl bbl on rosin, $1 on 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
? M on boards; $12 on timber; - f) ton on
clay, and $3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
steam. -c fl lb; by sall $308 60 ft H on boards!
-on timber; $3 60 ft ton at city, $404 26 fi
ton up river on phosphate rock. Vessels are in
aemand by oar merobhanta to take lamber I
freights from Georgetown, s. c., Darlen and sa?
rnia River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla, to North?
ern ports, and $10012 fi M are rates on lumber
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka are purchas?
ing sight , ti eeks oa New York at X0X fl cent,
off; time billa nominal They are selling eight
checks at pu.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 21021X for 60 day billa.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday baying at
13 and selling at 14.
susann, SICILY-Per Swedish brig Anna
404 tons brimstone.
LIVBRFOOL-Per Br sehr Sparkling Wave-1176
bbls Rosin, 206 bags cotton seed.
BARACOA-Per sehr Hary Maogum-81.090 feet
lumber, 36 bbls flour, 20 bbla potatoes, and sun?
DBW YORK-Per steamship South Carolina-199
bags sea bland cotton, 1930 bales upland cotton,
166 tierces rice, loo bbl j naval stores, and 92 pkgs
Export* of th? Week ending .Yo v. iii.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br ship Edith-60 bags sea Isl?
and ODIUM, 2918 bales opUnd cotton.Ber
spanish bark Augusta Elsa-846 bbls spirits tur?
pentine, 1872 bbls rosin.Per Argentine bark
E ?rlque-18 bags sea island cotton 1948 bales up?
RIO DE LA PLATTE- Per Br brig Lochinvar
184.173 feet lumber.
AMSTERDAM-Per bark Freeman Dennis-2825
bales uplaad ootton.
NEW YOBX-Per steamship Georgia-10 bass sea
Island cotton, 2040 bales upland cotton, 298 tierces
rice, 369 bbls naval Btores, 160 pacagea ann
dries.Per steam-hip Charleston-10 bega
sea island cotton. lhl6 balee upland cotton, 146
bales domestics, lis tierces rice. 121 packages.
.Per steamship Manhattan-83 bales Bea
ls sud cotton, 1514 naes upland cotton, 96 tierces
rice, 12 ba,es dom sties, 68 packages.
Per steamship Men edita-1031 bales upland cot.
ton. 76 tierces rice, 200 bbls spirits turpentine. 239
Bo8roN-Per sehr Francis Satteiiy-300,000 feet
resawed planks and beards.
PHIL ADELPHI*.-Per steamship Virginia_466
balea upiaud cotton. 60 tierces rice. 4)2 bbls naval
a. orea, 468 bales domestics, 46 bbla oranges 14
bales waste, 2? ton? old Iron, and 91 packages
BALTIMOBE-Per steamship Falcon-641 bales
upi.ii,d cotton, 294 Heroes rice, 100 bbls rosin 6
bau-i domestics 20 bales rags. 20 caska clay &
packaaea hides. 7 b de* van HU. vObbls beer, 16 ooo
reet. lumber, 86 packages Foundries.Per sehr
Amana Hokes-385 IUUB phosphate rook 61,090 feet
car stuff.Per ischr J a Clark-116,848 feet
PROVIDENCE, IR I,)-Per Behr Jno A Griffln
209.000 feet lumber.
WOAD'S HOLS-Per achr Jennie B Gllkey-486
tona phoaprute mck._
MOI R or Cotton tn tnc Interior u own?
at the Latest Date?.
Columbus.Nov. moer 16
Montgomery... Novemoer 16
J III IV ?Z,
comparative Kxports ot Cotton and Bice
from tbe Port of ?be rle i ton. from Sep?
tember 1, 1873, to November ?O. I8T?.
S. L.Up'd. i Rice
S. L.Up'd. i Rice
j th er Br. Porta
fofl G. Britain
Other Fr. Porta
Total F. Porta..
Rhode Islan d
Bait. * Nr'l'olk
eran d Total
Total Franco..! 47
N. or Europa
W. Indies, ix..
Exporte of Naval Stores and Lumber
from trie Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 187a, to November 30,
T H 73.
Rio de la Plata
St John's, NB.
j i j f*ar$\ l s i
; ; : i ?m i i j
S6??5825 2! 55
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5333 B B BB S 3
If fl I I lill
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NOT?.-We nave aeauctea rrom New orleans
66,301 bales uplands, rrom Mobile 69 bales ap?
ia as ; [rom Savannah 1677 bags sea island and
1992 bales upland, end rrom Charleston 1497 bags
sea island and 888 bales upland cotton; being
the qountlty received at those ports rrom Mo?
bile. Klcirlda. TflTW and Havannah
New Moon, lat. 12 hours, 9 min?tes, m or n In g.
F rot Quarter, 7iti. :.o hoar?, 82 minutes, evening.
Full M1 nm. 14th. ll nonrs, 49 mlnntes, evening.
I>aac Qa arter. 23d, 12 hours. 26 minutes, morning.
New Moon. 30th, 1 hours, 16 minutes, evening.
a. a e.
Charleston WttoUSSlO Frlce?.
BAGGING, fi jard- _
Ganny Cloth. 14 ft
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2Xths.. @
BALK HOTS, fi tts.
Western. 8 ft UM
Goshen. 80 ft 36
aOTTON, fl ft.
Ordinary io Good Ordinary.... 17 @ 18
Low Middling. l8Xft
Middling to strict Middling... 18)4? 1SX
Good Middling. ?
Sea Island .7. .. @
[JOFFES, fl ft.
KIO. 20 ft 28
Laguayra. 24 ? so
Java.. so ?
F ?.o aa, ft bbl
?npi-r.1. 6 26 @ 6 76
Northern and Western Extra. 7 00 ft 8 00
Ballimore Extra. @
Southern-Boner. 8 26 @ 8 76
Extra. 7 oo @ 8 oo
Family. 8 60 ft ll 00
GRAIN, ft bushel
Mary laud Oats. 63 @
Western Oau.,. o
Corn. 82 ? 06
HAT, ft cwt
North River. l 60 ft
LUMUKU, fl M feet
Clear WhUe Pine. Orst quality. 60 00 ft 66 00
White Pine, good run.38 oo ft 40 00
Yellow Pine.20 oo M 24 00
Boards, rough.ll 00 0 12 00
Grooved and tongned 28 00 ft 82 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 88 ft 87
Mas co vado.". 88 ft 60
Sogar house. 33 ? 27
New Orleans. ft
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl
?Rosin, pale. 4 60 ft
Rosin, No. 1. 3 86 ft
Rosin, No. 2. ft
Bo in No. 8. 3 80 ft
Spirt's Turpentine, fl gal.... 62 ft
Crude Turpentine, ft bbl. 4 26 ft
Hard Turpentine. 2 to @
Oakum, ft ft. 10 ft
NAILS-American 4@20d, ft keg .. ft
Dap tit's, F. F. F. g. 0 00 ft
1): pout'?, P. F. F. 6 00 ft
Dupont's Blasting. 4 00 ft
PROVISIONS, fl to
Bacon, Hams. 22 A
Shoulders. 06 ? 0634
Strips. ? ,.
Lard, In keg. ll ft ia
Eggs. 20 ft 26
Poultry-Chickens, fl dos_Ji 00 ft 4 00
Fowls, ft dos. 6 00 ft 6 60
Bios, f) ft-Carolina. osxft 07X
East India.. ?
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 es ft 1 76
Liverpool fine. ft
SUGAR, fl ft
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10X@ 12M
BEESWAX, fl ft. 88 ft 40
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. ft
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 tts.
Cash. 46 00 ft
Time (with 7 pev cent, in?
terest). 60 00 ft
Wando Fertilizer, cash.60 00 ft
Time.66 00 ft
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas.... 00 00 ft
Peruvian Guano, Gnanape.... 80 00 ft
Patine Guano, 2000 tts., cash.. 46 00 ft
Time. 60 00 ft
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 ft
Baugh'a Phosphate, ft 2000 tts.
cash.. 46 00 ft
Land Plaster.12 00 ?
Zed's Ammoni ttcd Bone Phos?
phate ( $70 time).SO 00 ft
Bassell Coe's Ammoniateo
Bone Superphosphate ($60
time). 46 00 ft
Cotton Food, per ton. CO 00 ft
Wilcox, Gibba A Co.'a Manipu?
lated. 60 00 ft
Stono Soluble Guano ($68 time) 48 00 ft
Mono Dissolved Phosphate
?81 time).28 00 ft
Stono Pure (?round Phosphate. 12 00 ft
Atlantic PhoaphateCo...cash. 48 00 ft
Time, free of Interest. 62 00 ft
Acid Pnosphates.cash. 28 00 ft
Time, free of interest.81 00 ft
Eureka Ammo. Bone Phos, cash 45 00 ft
Time.so 00 ft
Philipa's carrlbean slea Guano,
per ton of 2000 fte....cash. 60 00 ft
1st November, per ton.... 66 00 ft
Mapes'8 Superphosphate, ft .
2000 tts. 46 00 ft
Sardy'a Phoaphate, Peruvian,
cash. 65 00 ft
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash.. 60 00 ft
Patapsco Guano. 66 00 ft
E. Frank Coe's Ammomated
Bone Phosphate.cash. 48 00 ft
Time.,.62 00 ?
Coe's Pure Dlssol'd Bone, caa h 60 00 ft
Time.66 00 ft
Whann's superphosphate. 60 00 ft 70 00
Etlwan Guano.cash.. 66 00 ft
Time.so 00 ft
Etlwan Crop Food.cash.. 40 co ft
Time.46 00 ft
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 36 00 ft
Time.40 00 ft
Market* br Telegraph.
MONET MARKETS. *
Noon.-Consols 9?x. Fives 88X- r .
Evening.-Bullion increased one-eighth of a
miuu n. i
PARIS, November 21.
Noon.-Rentes 62f 07c.
NEW YORE, November 21.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks strong. Gold
heavy at 13%. Money qniet at 7. Exchange,
long, 8X; short 9X. Governments dull and
heavy, state bonds dali but very strong on Ten?
Evening.-Freights are a shade Armer. Monpy
worked easier at close. Sterling Arm at 8X?8X.
Gold 13}?ai3 ii. Government* closed Arm, X de
decline, states' dull and steady.
LIVERPOOL, November 21.
Noon.-Cotton opened strong; uplands 9va
19Xd, Orleans lOXd. * ~
Later.-Cotton strong; uplands OXd, orleans
lOtfaioxd; sales 18,000 bales; speculation and
evening-Cotton closed strong; nplands 974:
NEW YORK, November 21.
Noon.-cotton quiet; sales 894 bales; uplands
lsxc, orleana 20.
Evening.-0'>tton quiet: sales 2000 bales; up?
lands 19sc. Cotton-net receipts 26? boes; groa-i
195.; sales futures. 18 160: November, 19 8IBalOX;
December, 18 lSMaiO l-iac: January, 18 18-I6al9
I-I6; Februay 19 1 l0al9X; March, l9Xal9X;
April, 19 9-i6ai9M; May, i9X*2o; June, 20 l ie.
BOSTON. November 2!.
Cotton quiet; middlings 200: net receipts 260
bales; gross 3401;sa eti 200; stock 4600.
I'HILADULTHIA. November 21.
Ootton quiet; middlings i? ?alOXo.
BALTiM 'RB. November 21.
Cotton quiet; middlings 19sc; gross rete pta 118
bales; exports to the continent 8 2; coastwise KO;
sales 3500; saies last evening 269; stock 6107.
NORFOLK. November 21.
Cotton firm; low middlings IBXC: nettoeelpts
2074 baies; exports coastwise 1346; sales 860;
SAVANNAH, November 21.
Ootton quiet and Arm; good ordinary 17X*17XC;
low middling 18Xal8Xc; middlings l8Xc; net re?
ceipts 41611 bales; exports to continent ina; coast?
wise 1470; tales 842; stock 69.811.
AUGUSTA, November 21.
Cotton easy; middlings i8Xal8Xo; receipts
1439 bales; sales 1218.
MEMPHIS, November 21.
Ootton active and firm; middlings I9aiesc;
receipts 2996 bales; shipments 20u4; stock 29.73u.
MOBILE, November 21.
Cotton quiet and e.vler; middlings 19c; nee re
eoeip'B i960 r?ales; exporta coasiwiue 849; sales
SOO; Stock 27,383.
NEW ORLEANS, November 21.
Cotton in good demand; low middimga issa
18Xc, middlings 19X; net receipts 9603 bales;
gro.-s 11,104; exports ro comment 1760; exports
coas' wise 1418; sales 2000; last evening 4500; stock
CALVE-TON, November 21.
Ootton strong; ordinary 16Xc, good ordinary
16X&10X; Det receipts 2308 bal*>s; sales to-day
l?uo; last evening 1750; Stock 49.447.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, November 21.
Neon.-Breada tuffs Ormi-r. Red wiuter wheat j
118 sd to Ila tod. Corn 28s 9d. Flour ?Qa. Cum
bei land out 34s. Pork 67a.
NEW YORK. November 21.
Noon.-Flour a shade drmt-r. Wht-at xo better.
Corn ?rmer. Pork dall at $16 3?>al6 40. Lard
steady. 1 urpentlne quiet and steady. noBlndullI
at $4 15 A4 20.
Evening.-Flour Arm and moderately active.
Whisk?' unchanged. Wheat armer and In fair ex?
port ai.d miling demand. Com a shade firmer and
fairly active. Rice Arm. Pork ?rmer at $16 4oai6
Lard act ve and armer at axaiXc Turpentine
quiet. Rosin favors buyers. Taliow active at
r'lour steady. Wheat Arm and unchanged.
Corn Arm and unchanged. Pr 1 vision s dull and
unchanged. Whiskey u&saP6c and .-carce
Tobacco active and fl<m, wnnsaesof3r had?,
Flour in good deman ; tx ra famliy $6 25. corn
qui t at 42a43c. P rk ow > mal m ?ia AO. Bacon,
ahou dem esaevic; cle.r noa lox? Lard turee
Sc) k go 9. for ruuud lota of choke leaf. Wh.akey ?
Aim at 89C
CINCINNATI, November 21
Flour In fair demand and advanced to $7 16a
7 30. Corn Arm; old 40a42c; new 87a38. Fork j
nominal at $13 to. Lard quiet, kettle 7Xc; steam
7 9 ic. Bacon, demand light and holders Arm.
Old shoulders 6X0, new^teer rib 10; clear alden
LOX. Whiskey firm at 89c ? -
ST. LOUIS, November TL
F our steady and unchanged. Oom -ateady.
Whiskey firm at eoe, Porto.met at $ia. Bacon
lou. with small sales; sides loaioxo. lard nom?
inal at 7J?C. ' :a: .?u-.'fT
. ?? -
Th? New Tor* Rice Harket -'
Nsw YORK November .tx
The Dally Bulletin says: The market Ls rather
inlet, bot prices hold their own and rule steady.
v> e note sales of 200 bags Rangoon at 7a7Xc, and
IO tierces Oaroll ja at 7Xa8Xo.
New York Naiv?l"Stores Harket.
. Nsw TOBE, Novenibei 20.
The Dally Built tin says: Receipts to-day 2348
abls. rosin; 94 bbls. spirits turpentine; SH6 bbls.
;rude tuopentlne; 100 bbis. tar. Spirits turpen?
tine has met wu h a trills more speculative de- -
man J, and sales lncmde 360 Dbis, at Sic; 160 obis,
o arrive at 66c; 27 bbls. at 60X0. and 100 New
fork bbls. ac eic, the market closing steadier
with holders generally asking 61c. Strained rosin
lull an J nominal at $4l6ti4 26 for common to
rood strained ; sales 70 bbl?, at |4 26. The finer
trades are quiet nat steady. Tar la scarce and
Irmly held. Pitch ls unchanged.
Interior Cotton Marlie ts.
NBWBBBBY, November IO.
Cotton ls quoted at 17J4C
CAMDKN. November 20.
Tho market has been qdta active for the past
wees. The sales amount to 368 bales, closing at
at 17Xc tor middlings. The shipments for the
same are 630 bales. ...
MACON, GA . November IO.
There was a marked improvement la receipts
to day, though they were far below what the
average ehouid be at this t-eason or the year. Toa
market closed active at 17X0 for Liverpool mid?
dlings and 18c for New York middlings. Th? re?
ceipts to-day were 604 balea; shipments 417: Bales
B80. ' 't :?
COLUXBDS. GA , November 1?.
Market firm; ordinary iax*l6Xc; ?rood ordi?
nary l7;lowmlddiin*i7X;mlddUngl7Xo. Sales
447 bsles; receipts 247; shipments 892.
MOHTOOKBBT, ALA , November 19.
Market firm to day ; ordtaarv iee; good ordinary
lex; strict unod ordinary wxanjtf; lowmlddllof
17?; middling 17XB17?. il A
Wilmington Harket, f
L" _WILMINGTON. November 20.'
SPIBITS TtJBPKNTiNK.-Market quiet andactlve,,
with sales of soo ca*ks at 64Xc per gallon for1
ROSIN.-strained has declined 16 cents on last
?^?K^aIea lrt,e yesterday evening and to-day or
1200 bbls at ?3 86 nar bbl. . Ki
carma TUKP NTINB.-Market quiet and un
ciauiiedinpn.e. Salejof 177 bbls at fl for hard
and $6 ror yellow dip and virgin.
. JA.R -aal?a of 17 bbls ut ?8 60 per bbl. Market1
flue ii dy,
corr ON -sales of 211 bales as follows: 40 bales ;
17, 17X ami nx cents per pound. .
_HAJUKR* XKWB, ~1
OHARLESTON. 8. C... ..NOVEMBER 22, 1871 .
Lat 86 deg 46 min g seo. | Lon 39 deg 67 mm ?r'aacv;
ABBI VED YESTERDAY. "
Br bark Wentworth, Bobbins, City Point. Va-?1
days. Ballast. To master. . "r*'.
swedish brig Anna, Jansen. GlrgentL ?iolly- ?
73 days. Brimstone. To Wp Hall. . ??
sohr Ellen, Scarps, from Com cartee. 2060 bush- <
ela r. ugh Hoe. To W o Bee & co. . r
Sehr Emma Baker. Burnley, from Back River. >
2200 bushels rough rios. To W C Bee * co.. I i nj
sehr Sarah Wc ob, Pigott, from Back Elver. 2aoo>
bush-ls rough Uce. To J H Pringle 4 Son, a -,
w?0^^1"1 a ?tt^ GaroattL rrom West Point -
Min. 236 tes rice. To W u Bee 4 co, Stoney ? .
Lowndes, K N Thurston. T rta
Sloop Lalla, ---, from Wadmalaw. 4 bay*
sea Island cotton and eoo bushels cotton seed To >
W A Boyle. ; )
. ir?m Tooeoodoo. 3 bags Bea Uland cot-j
ton. To W A Boyle. . .., .,
Boat rrom Jubn's Island. 3 bags sea Island cot-,
ton. To J Ooloock 4 co. _
Boat from Christ church. io bags sea Uland cot- '
ton. To Stoney 4 Lowndes. . .
Boat from Klawah. 7 bags sea island cotton': '
To st ney 4 Lowndes. > Elwell
Boat from James Island. 12 bags sea Island :
cotton. To Stoney 4 Lowndes. Wu aol
Boat from Hobcaw. 2 bags sea Island . cotton, r '
Tost?n y 4 Lowndes. ..,, , '
Recei vedaron Cnisolm's Min. 48 tes rice. To ; -
J coicock*co. '?
steamship South Carolina, Beckett. New York- '>
Wagner, Huger 4 co, W A Courtenay. t
Br sehr sparkling Wave, Backer, Liverpool-Ar
J creighton. . '.
Sehr E S Glldersleeve,. Shailer, New H?ven?)
Conn, via Jacksonville, Fla-E F Sweegafl.
Scar Mary Man gam, Bainbridge, B*raco?- 0
Bart 4 co.
SAILED YESTERDAY. ? - .
Sehr Mary Mangsm, Bambridge, Baracoa. '" '., j
FROM THIS POET.
Sohr M E Femerick, Daley, at Jacksonville, Nc-. ?
vember 16. . ^
behr F E Bullock, Tyler, at Jacksonville, No-'
vember 16. '
sehr A E Glover, Terry, at Jackson vine, Novem?
ber 16. 1
OLE ABED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New:
York, November io. - ; ./
Steamer B 4 J flaker, Aimers, at Norfolk,Ho?
vera ber 19.
Sohr E A Elmer, Conon, at New York, Novem?
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holstes, from New York,
Hst of Shipping
nt TUB roar or CUABLBSTON, NOVEMBRE 21., ,
vessels nnder loo tons, and steamers coasting1
within the State, excepted.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf;
for New York, loading-James Adger 4 co. r
GuK stream, - tons, Hunter, at Brown 4 co's
wharr, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Ooorv
Maryland, 631 tons, Johnson, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-Paul 0 Trenholm..
SHIPS. J? ,
Richard III, 986 tons. Hubbard, at Boyce 4
Co's wharves, for Liverpool, loading-stree;,
Bros 4 co,
A 4 E Lovett. (Br.)- tons, M?llen, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Goo A Tren?
holm 4 Son.
Uncle Joe, 760 tons. Kendall at Vanderhorst's
wharf, for Havre, loading-0 N Hubert
Ida Lilly, 767 tons, Otis, at VanderhorsT'?
from Boston, walting-Master.
Edith, 898 tons. Hilton, at Union wharf, for Liver?
pool, ready-H Card. ':x<i
Wen'worth, (Br) 675 tone, Robb ns, In the stream,
from cit? Polut, Just sr ived-Master. .. ;
Nimrod, (Br) 826 tous, Phillips, at Ailantto wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Globes 4 BarnwelL , .
Stormy Petrel, (rfr.) -tons, Dick. at?Boyce 4
Co's wharves, for Liverpool, loading-Henry
Card. ' . '
Florence 376 tons, Mayo, m Ashley River, for
Boaion. loadlog-Master. 'J "
Ana, (Spanien) - tons, Berna, at Savannah
Kailroad, for Canary Isles, loading-W P
H?ll ' ./ .
Emil. (German,) - tons, Schoylken, at Southern
wharf, fiona Milk uiver, Jamaica, warong
j ? A Enslow 4 co. . . ? ;
Pordlcho, (Span,) - tons, JOM canto, at Sooth,
ern wharf, rr?m New Orleans, walting
Jos A En-low 4 CO.
Canton (French ) - tons, Oocarant, at Accom
modatiun wharf, from Tupulco, Mex, waif?
ing- Mantoue 4 00. ! :
Ranger. - tons cox. at Vanderhorst's wharf*
tor Liverpool, loading-Plnckn ey Bros.
Enrique, 618 tons. Orcutt, at Commercial wharf,
for Liverpool, ready-Street Bros 4 co.
James R Boyd. - toos. Perry, at Atlantic
Wharf, for Liverpool loading-H Card:
Anna, (Sweedish,) -- tons. Jansen^ in the
stream, ri om GlrgentL, (Sicily,) Just arrived
Rosita, (span,) - tons. Abril, at Brown 4 co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hsu.
Sehr Albert Thomas, - tons. Rose, at Fort John?
son, irom Baltimore, discharging-Street,
Bros 4 co.
Mar/ E Long. 828 tons. Hardy, in Ashley Elver,
for Weymouth, loading-E F Sweegan.
LewU Human, 400 tons, Fooks, at Robb's Mill,
from Baltimore, discharging-street Bros 4
E s Giidersleeve. 302 tpns, Shailer, at Central
wharr for. Jacksonville, ready-fc Fsweegao.
Matoaka, 218 tons, Fooks, at Fairchild's wharf,
ter BA timbre, los'ilna-Street Bros 4 co.
E S rooks. 38 ; t on ?. Ireland, at Msratail's wharf,
for New York loading-F F Sweegan.
Gettysburg, 260 tons. Corson. at Atlantic wharves.
irom Wilmington, ' (Del,) discharging-T U
Lewis s Davis 321 tons, Bishop, at Adger's whf,
from New York, diacnargiag-Roach 4 Mof?
Howard Williams. 362 tons, Rnlon, In Ashley
River, for camden, (N J,) loading-J A Enalow
A F Ames, 281 tons. Achorn, at Chlso'm's Mill, for
Balt'more. loaoing-street Bros 4 cc.
E D KU.ney, - 'ona. Elwell, in the stream, ?rom
Francis Satteriv, 283 tons, Stetson. In the stream,
f r Bo-ron, ready-Kuach A Moffetc
J F Fari nd, - tons, Baver, lo Ashley River, for
Weymouth, loading- A J creljihion.
Physicians'Sa^idie Bags . .
Physicians'Pocket Cases .
Electric Machines. T
For sale by " DR, H. BA?R,
No. lai Meeting street.