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MEETINGS THIS DAT.
Carolina Chapter, B. A. M., at 7 P. IL
Marlon Lodge, L 0. 0. P., at 7 P. M.
Eagle Fire Company, at 7 P. M.
Palmetto Guard R.fle Clnb, at 7 P. M.
Carolina Club, at half past 7 P. M.
A VCTIOS BALKS THIS DAT.
William McKay will sell at 10 o'clock, at bia
?tore, carpeta, furniture, Ac.
Miles Drake will sell at 10 o'clock, at his
store, clothing, hats, Ac.
The range of the thermometer yesterday at
the drug store of Dr. Joseph Blackman, on
the sooth side of Broad street, waa as follows :
8 A. M.. Si; 10 A. M., 68; 12 M., 61; 2 P. M.,
62; 4 P. M., 61; 6 P. M., 67; 8 P. M., 66.
-Isaac Levy, Esq., city sheriff 0i Augusta,
who was originally a Charlestonlan, died on
Wednesday, aged sixty-three.
-Byrne 4 Fogarty'a new grocery, No. 318
King street, is a capital place to boy choice
goode at low rates.
-There w?l be muslo on the Citadel Green
this afternoon by the First United States In?
fantry Band, commencing at four o'clock.
-A chimney on South Bay street took fire
ab out six o'clock yesterday evening. It bnmt
Itself out without doing any damage.
-Prince Heyward, the negro who was barl
karled In Bt. Andrew's Parish on last Sunday
afternoon, continues to improve, and the
probabilities are that he will recover.
-A difficulty occurred near the foot of J
Broad street, about ten o'clock last hight, be?
tween a yoong man named Charles Keegan
and some negroes, which resulted In the for
mer being badly ont below the ribs. No ar?
-The new county commissioners held their
first regular meeting yesterday. In conse?
quence however of the day belog thanksgiv?
ing day they adjourned over until Monday
without transacting any business.
-The Comet Star, Union Star, and Prudence
hand engines underwent Inspection of bose
yesterday afternoon at the corner o? Broad
and King streets. This closes the lnspeotlon.
The chief of the (Ire department will embody
the resalt In a report to the Council.
-The office of the city treasurer bas been
undergoing a complete overhauling and repair?
ing within the last week. The floor has been
raised to tbe level oftbat o? the adjoining apart-1
menta, the Internal arrangement of the office
ha? been somewhat altered, and the general
appearance has been muob Improved.
-James Fraser, colored, rejoicing In the
possession o? a first rate appetite, broke the
window glan of a cook shop on King street j
end filled his pockets from tbe many delicacies
that were temptingly arrayod therein. A po?
liceman observed the performance and car?
ried James to the Guardhouse, where the lat?
ter lost the eatables and his appetite too.
The National Thanksgiving yesterday was j
only partially observed. The banks baring |
oloeed virtually suspended business In Broad
street, so that nearly all o? tbe brokers' offices
were deserted. In Meeting, Hayne and East
Bay streets, business waa during the fore?
noon very little less active than on any
other day. In the afternoon, however, many
atores were closed. The business of transpor?
tation from the wharves to the railroad de?
pots was fully as active as usual, the
thoroughfares between the respective points j
being constantly crowded with drays, trucks j
and wagons. The stores on King street were
all either wholly or partially open in the
morning, but a number were olosed In tbe
afternoon. That fashionable resort was, be?
tween the boars of twelve and two o'clock,
more than usually crowded with tbe fair sex.
Most of the ohorohei In the city were open In
the morning for service, and, as a rule, were
very well attended.
Owen Dowd, a white longshoreman em?
ployed In loading the steamship Manhattan,
was yesterday the victim of a terrible acci?
dent. He was engaged In attaching cotton
bales to a hoisting apparatus worked by
steam. While standing alongside of a bale
which was Just rising Into the air, the large
iron hook used for attaching the bales slipped
from Its hold and struck him upon the Inside
of the len lore arm, near the elbow. The
hook took a deep hold, and the full power of
the engine having been applied to tbe appa?
ratus, the flesh for the space o? six Inches
towards the hpnd was literally pealed from
tbe arm cf tbe unfortunate man. The hook
finally tore Itself clear, and the man fell back?
wards to be picked up by his comrades In a
state of Intense bodily pain. He was carried
to Dr. Keller's drug store on Broad street,
where the doctor sewed the. flesh back into
position and administered the proper reme?
dies to alleviate his sufferings.
George A. Coleman, colored, disorderly,
turned over to a trial Jastloe. Seabrook "Mill s,
colored, vagrancy, thirty days. Edward
Sweeney, colored, drunk, two dollars or twen?
ty days. Caroline Prioleau, colored, chimney
on fire, two dollars. The store of Mr. H.
Leldlng. on Hayne street, was reported as
found open on Wednesday night.
Trial Justices' Courts.
Duncan Washington, the negro who ont
Prince Heyward In St. Andrew's Parish on
Sunday last, was arrested on Wednesday by
a constable ot Trial Jastloe Mackey. From a
number ol severe contusions opon bis body lt
appeared that be bad been badly beaten with
clubs. It is said that after cutting Hey ward
he attempted to stob several other negroes
who set upon and beat him in self-delence.
He was committed to Jail to await the result
of Hey ward's wound.
Henry Flckney alias Nassau Grant, colored,
a well known tlll-tapper, was committed to
jail by Trial Justice Mackey for examination
on the charges of vagrancy and assaulting an
officer with a deadly weapon.
RATLSOAD Meerim-The requisita amount
of stock having been subscribed for, a meet?
ing o? tbe stockholders of the Greenwood
and Augusta Railroad will be held In Augusta
on tbe 3d or December for the purpose of or?
ganizing the company.
PRINCE CLAIMS.-Several lawyers of thia
olty have entered into an arrangement for the
purpose of oolleotlng the French spoliation
claims, whioh are now being agitated anew.
One of their number has gone on to Washing?
ton to Investigate the matter, and make all
necessary preparations for prosecntlng the
.ame. Any persons Interested would do well
to avail themselves of this opportunity of se?
curing, perhaps, a dalm hitherto giver np.
Further Information can be obtained by ap
plying to Messrs. Walker * Bacot, Law
Bange, or to A. T. Smythe, Esq.
Thc Ole Boll Concert Last Right.
The Academy was appropriately filled last
evening by a large and fashionable audience,
whose appreciation of the great Norwegian
was most heartily and eagerly evinced. A
scientific criticism of Ole Bull's wonderful
playing would of course be aa out of place
here, as lt, fortunately, ls superfluous. The
power of the violin In Its faculty of Imitating
the human voice, no less than in its marvel?
lous Interpretation of the profoundest senti?
ments and emotions of human nature, could
scarcely havo been more exquisitely exhibited
than by the genius of the maestro who handled
lt last evening. The beautiful arrangement of
? Home, Sweet Home," which he gave lc his
only response to the ott attempted encores,
deserves however a most special and grateful
Hiss Grazlella Ridgeway made a ver>
favorable Impression. Her voloe ls clear,
melodious and sympathetic, and her execu?
tion Is at once simple and effective.
Signor Farrantl needs no recommendation
to a Charleston audience. The popularity
won on his last visit to us was only increased
by his excellent singing and acing last night,
and the favorite Feminine which he introduced
into the seoond part of the programme was
reoelved with most enthusiastic welcome. A
duett from Orispxno, between Hiss Ridgeway
and himself, was also performed with most
sinking and pleasing effect. Signor Ferrantl
ls certainly a most admirable buffo singer,
though inclined at times to a somewhat too
liberal use of the leather and prunella part of
Mr. Patterson's piano-playing also contribut?
ed largely to the success ot the evening, and
was cordially reoelved.
The Freundsohaftsbund gave another of
their usual semi-monthly entertainments last
evening. In their ball at the corner of Meet?
ing and George streets. The hall was crowd?
ed with German citizens, among whom were
a large number of ladles dressed In calico, in
accordance with the published request of the
committee of arrangements. This feature
constituted a novel and not unpleasing sight.
The programme was In the same order as
heretofore; first a concert, second theatricals,
and third the ball. The play was a comedy,
entitled "Ele Llebesdlplomaten," which drew
forth shouts of laughter from the andlence.
The ball was kept up until the "wee small"
HOTEL ARRIVALS-NO VEM BEB 98. j
D. Henry, Angosta, Ga.; Walter 8t!llmao,
New Tork; Mr. and Mrs. Amory, city; A. Mc?
Kenzie, Florence; John Richardson, John L. ?
Black, Spnih Carolina; James F. Slnnote, wife
and maid, O. F. Shoemaker, Philadelphia; Ole ,
Bull, Miss Ridgeway, Mrs. Ridgeway, Signor \
Ferrantl, J. N. Pattison, A. A. Ashfortb, J. B.
Turnbull, William A. Plet, Baltimore; J. B. ,
Stuart, St. Louis, Mo.; N. B. Lanya and wile,
Miss F. Toting, Miss A. Sawyer, Maine; C. J.
Auden, John's Island; Thomas B. West and ;
two ladles, Thomson, Ga.; B. B. Lyons, New i
York; John Gaakroger, Todmorden, Eng?
land ; Charles G. Johnson, New Orleans;
Charles Newhouse Heywood, England; A. J. ?
lu graham, Mrs. W. H. Capers, New Tork; .
Mles Macla r?an, Cheraw;MtBs A. S. Bowley,
Boston; Y. Y. Martin, Jr., Allendale; D. B.
Morris, 8L Matthews; Mr. and Mrs. J. L. WU- 1
BOD, Mrs. e. L. Scott, Farmington, Mass; W. 1
E. Bird, Btitlmore; Miss C. Campbell, Henry
D. Campbell, New York; Mrs. Taylor and 1
daughter, St, Augustine; F. C. Pul liam, Au?
gusta; M. S. Woodhull, D. M. White, Balti?
more; B. M. Stoddard, Norfolk; John H. Clan?
cy, New York. 1
J. 0. Byerly, Richmond; E. H. Parry, Ph ll a- i
ielphla; Y. H. Sturm, Kentucky; W. W. An- i
Ire wa, Le os burg. Fla; P. Brothers, Reeves
ellie; J. Dreyfoas, Virginia; Wm. G. Emory,
Pittsburg; W. C. Best, Allendale,, S. C.; Chas.
Bills, New York; J. Burkboose, Louisville; M. I
V. Bull, Cleveland, Ohio; W. H. McElroy, New I
Orleans; E. E. Lee, BL Stephen's; W. Brown
and servant, Sumter.
OUR PRICES CURRENT.-We especially Invite |
the attention o? our merchants to THE NEWS
PrlceB current, Issued this morning. Made 1
np with the utmost care, and handsomely 1
printed with entirely new type, lt forms, with 1
the business card of the house forwarding it, '
the most attractive and welcome weekly
commercial circular that can be used. Price, 1
for ten copies or more, with business cards, 1
two and a hali cents per copy; single copies
Ave cents. '
BASE BALL.-A match game of base ball 1
was played on the Citadel Green, yesterday 1
Afternoon, between the stonecutters ef the i
Customhouse and a ploked nine of the Charles- <
ton Amateurs. Only six Innings were played, i
it the end of which the score stood : Stone- <
Butters, twenty-two; Amateurs, twelve. Tbe I
lollowlog were the players, Frank Doherty <
acting as umpire, and Oharles Devoe as scorer: <
Stonecutters-C., O'Neill; P., McNeill; 1st B..
J. B. Smith; 2d B., P. Riley;3d B., Manning; R.
F., 8. Jaokson;L. F., J. Connell; C. F., McFay;
8. B, N. Farren. ?
Charleston Amateurs-C., W. Heslln; P., <
Doogan; 1st B., Eggleston; 2d B., O'Connor; ?
3d B., Flynn; B. F., Hartwell; L. F., Bchlffly;
0. F., Wlleox; 8. 8., Bowcott,
, , m , , 1
BUSINESS NOTICES. 1
ON CONIIIONIONT.-Twenty-four fine Eng?
lish Shafted Saddles, thirty-six McClellan
Saddles. For sale by John Commins, Com?
mission House, 142 Meeting street, opposite
PARTIES WANTING SEWING BILKS are re
spectrally Invited to examine the Singer Man?
ufacturing Company's, at their salesroom, be?
USEFUL, ECONOMICAL AND HANDY-Durand's
Furniture Polish, only filly cents per bottle.
A FOLL assortment of Gents' Famishing
Goods at Melchers 4 Muller, No. 217 King
ONE CASE MORB of those cheap 12-4 Quilts,
only $2, worth $3. Three cases of Boper Bed
Blankets at $4, $6, $6 and $7 60 per pair. La?
dles will find the above goods very cheap, at
Stoll, Webb 4 Co. nov20-wim6
MESSES. STOLL, WEBB 4 Co. beg to offer a
ireah assortment ot Casslmeres, Tweeds, and
French Cloths and Doeskins. Also, Water?
proof Cloaking*, In gray, mixed and gold
mixed, at $126 to $160. nov20-wlm6
"NEW STYLE CALICOES."-TWO cases of as?
sorted New Style Calicoes, just opened in onr
retail department. LadleB will find the above
goods the neatest ever offered on King street,
at Stoll, Webb 4 Co. nov20-wfm6
MESSRS. LOWNDES 4 GROOALL will offer for
sale at auction on or .about the 1st Jannary
next, several Lots of Land o? suitable size for
building purposes, situated In the northeast?
ern part ot the city, and commonly Known as
the Blake lands. Further particulars will be
given In a future advertisement. nov37-wfm j
COORVOISIEB'S SEAMLESS ETD GLOVES are the
best Gloves in the world, and every pair war?
ranted. For sale by Melchera & Muller, No.
217 King street-price, one-button, $2; two
button, extra long, $2 25. Melohers & Mul?
ler are also Agents tor Thomson's celebrated
Crown Kid Gloves, which they offer at $1 per
pair, and guarantee them to be a better Glove
than any sold In this city at twenty-five or
fifty per cent, higher. nov26-mwl3
MELCHEBS * MOLLER, No. 217 King street,
call the attention of the Ladles to their supe?
rior quality of Black Alpaca at 60 cents per
yard, worth 65 cents. Also to their full line
of Black and Mourning Goods, such as, Bom?
bazines, Australian Crape Cloth, Barathea,
Tamlre, Persian Cord, English Satteens, Meri?
nos, Cashmeres, Reps, Valours, Poplins, All
Wool and Domestic Delalns, Silks, Ac. All of
whloh they will sell at very reasonable prices.
nov25-mwl3 . _
MELCHBRS A MOLLER will occupy one of
the mores under the new Masonic Temple on
or about the 17th of Deoember. They now
offer, at their old stand, No. 217 King street,
third door below Market street, great bar?
gains In their well assorted stook of Foreign
and Domestlo Dry Goods, and the Ladles
would do well to gire them a call before pur?
chasing elsewhere. Their reputation for keep
!oe thc best of Goods at reasonable prices ls
too well established to need comment. Mr.
Melchers has been In the Dry Goods business
on King street Blnoe 1863, and enjoys the
confidence of the Charleston public.
BEMBBANDT PHOTOOABPHS.-Mr. Souder
having secured the services of two additional
artista, one of whom has had an experience of
Beveral years tn one of the first galleries in
Europe, begs to Inform the public that he ls
now able to finish Portraits with more prompt
Dees than heretofore, and with the same
delicacy of style and artistic touch that have
marked his past year's work. An elegant as?
sortment cf Frames, Passepartouts, Ac, of the
newest styles, at moderate prices. SODOEB'S
GALLERIES, NO. 263 King street.
TIME IS MONET.-Clocks, fifty different styles,
In wood, bronze and marble cases, at Allan's,
307 King street, _
GIFTS FOR THE HOUDATS.-For Silverware,
fine Watches, ?old Opera and Vest Chain?, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co. have received
a full assortment of Kid Gloves as follows :
100 dozen one hatton, good quality Gloves,
only 90 oents ; 100 dozen two battons, good
quality Gloves only $125. Also Bole Agents
of the celebrated Chellley's Kid Gloves, each
pair sold under guarantee.
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 275 King
street, have received 100 sets of Children Furs
only $2 26; 100 sets of Children Furs $3
and Si ; 100 sets o? Ladles' Furs $3 ; full line
of finer Furs from $5 up.
FCRCHOOTT, BENEDICT A Co., No. 276, have
marked down their large stock of Carpets,
and great bargains are offered for this week.
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
allan's, 307 King street.
Cocoas and Colds are ol ten overlooked. A
continuance for any length of time causes Ir?
ritation of the Lungs or some chronic Throat
Disease. " Brown's Bronchial Troches " are
Ein effectual Cough Remet j. Dowle, Moise A
Davis, Agents._ _nov20-wfmS
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doors, Bashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, ?c., are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his warerooms,
No. 20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnokney street,
rhe above are all made at bis own laotory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
best manufacturers. mohS-fmwlyr
THE COOK ROOM OF THE Boor.-The food
that has been cooked In the kitchen mnst be
recooked In the stomach before lt can be ap?
plied to the nourishment of the body. As a
means of facilitating this second oooklng, In
oases where the process Is slowly and Imper?
fectly performed, Hostelter's Stomach Bitters
ls Invaluable. It promotes the generation of
heat In the living laboratory In whloh the
snide materials for building up and recruit?
ing the human frame are turned Into con?
vertible ailment. But this ls not all. It acts
aeneflcially upon the cellular membrane
which secrets the gastric Juice, upon the J
Iver, which produces that natural laxative,
:he bile, upon the vessels that receive the di?
gested food, and upon the absorbents which
jonneot the Digestive organs with the chan
leis o? circulation. If any portion of thia
Jomplex machinery ls out of order the Bit?
ers will set lt right, thus promoting vlgor
>us digestion, healthy secretion, and the pro?
motion of pure, rich, Hie-s us taming blood.
DRESS GOODS.-One case cheap DreBs Goods,
!5 cents per yard; also, all the finer grades ef
iress fabrics from 30 centB to $2, now being
shown. J. B. READ & Co. nov7.3-stuth
B. M. MARSHALL A BRO., 33 Broad street,
buy and sell on commission, Real Estate,
StookB and Bonds, negotiate Loans, Bent
Property, and sell at auction, furniture at
NEW AND CHEAP CHILDBEN'S CARRIAGES,
Velocipedes, Roccking-Horses, Carts, Wheel?
barrows, Ac, Just received at Von Santen's,
No. 229 King street, Charleston, S. C.
You M?8T go to Von Santen's, No. 229 King
street, for all Popular Games, Outdoor Sports
and Home Amusements. oct30-w
TRIBUTS OF RESP RUT.
At the regular monthly meeting of the Hope
Steam Fire Engine Company, held at their hsll
on the evening or the loth November, 1872, the
following preamble and resolutions were intro?
duced and adopted:
Words were Inadequate to express our grief
when we received the sad intelligence of the sud?
den demise of our esteemed ex-president, John
E. Marley, who died lu Aiken, s. c., after an ill?
ness of brief duration, which ead information
prompts ns to offer a doe tribute of respect to one
we loved while with ns, in onr Inception; to one
we admired for his sagacity and firmness in
action, and also for his urbanity in deportment,
whloh noble traits were truly characteristic or our
devoted and departed friend, John E. Marley.
After mingling with as for a period or years as
oar faithful representative, how sadly we missed
him when he wai called from among ns to fill a
position rar away, though there 1B now left but a
few in our ranks that could recall the vivid remi?
niscences er the past. Therefore, be lt
Resolved, That In the death of John E. Marley,
Esq, ihm company has lost a true and well-tried
Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympa?
thy to his ame ted family lu their sad bereave?
Retolved, That the secretary be requested to
forward a copy of this preamble and resolutions
to the familyor the deceased, and that a page in
our Journal be dedicated to his memory, and the
same he pubilahed m the dally papers or this city.
Extract from the Minutea. o. A. BUE KO,
Secretary Bops Steam Fire Engins Company.
The Chtrleiton Market.
FOB THK WBBX KNDINO THURSDAY, KOT. 28, 1672.
TBS CROPS.-Toe weather was generally dry
and moderate during the past week, the tempera
ture and conditions being mild and almost spring?
like. The period has been good for securing
whatever of the crop may have remained in the I
fields; this work, however, ls probably mostly
finished, although reports from some quarters in?
dicate that considerable remains to be picked,
labor being scarce in some sections.
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 118,686 bales,
against 110.610 balee the week before, and 104,723
bales for the corresponding time last year. At New
Orleans the supplies were 32,077 bales, In contrast
with 33,688 bales for the week of the previous
year. The t ot ai receipts at the cotton ports from
September l, 1872, up to the latest dates, were I
1,114,316 bales, aad 841,340 bales to same time the
year before-showing an Increase of272,076 bales.
The arri' ala at the principal Southern seaports
from september 1, 1872, up to the latest tele,
graphic intelligence, as compared with the year
previous, were as follows:
New Orleans, NOV. 27.3i7,oio 227,811
Mobile. NOV. 27.109,489 07 888
savannah, Nov. 27.263.084 170,022
Charleston, Nov. 27.147,832 109,432
Galveston, Nov. 27.106,234 61,636
Norfolk, Nov. 27.184,018 102,5.6
Wilmington, Nov. 27. 13,401 20,462
Other ports, Nov. 27.21,437 46,683
Total bales.1,114,816 841.840
Total inorease to date.272,976
The following are the receipts of cotton at the
principal Southern marrett from November 21
co November 27, 1872, inclusive, ss re ported by
NOV. 21....9602.NOV. 22....7698'
NOV. 23....1041.NOV. 26....6789 } 42,606
NOV. 26... 10,20?.NOV. 27....7672)
For the corresponding week last year....89,843
Nov. 21....1088.NOV. 22....1688)
NOV. 23....2401.NOV. 26....2098 12,836
NOV. 26....2966.NOV. 27....1804)
NOV. 21....4163.NOV. 22....8662)
Nov. 23....4140.NOV. 26....6818 } 28,140
NOV. 26....6664.Nov. 27....8813)
NOV. 2t....2364.NOV. 22....1637)
Nov. 23....2262.NOV. 26....2014t 18,212
NOV. 26....3070.NOV. 27....I960)
NOV. 21 ...2308.Nov. 22....11607 I
NOV. 28....1886.....NOV. 26....3488) 14,191
NOW 28....3870.......NOV. 27....1798)
Last year. 6,6631
NOV. 21....2074.NOV. 22....2022)
NOV. 23....2887.Nov. 26....8090} 14,426
NOV. 26.2409.NOV. 27....2444)
Last year. 7,219
NOV. 21....-.Nov. 22.... 842)
NOV. 23.... 429.NOV. 26.... 262) 1,406
NOV'26 ... 210."....NOV. 27.... 162)
Last year. 684
Total 1871.m. 98,962
The stocks of the article In sight at the latest
daces were as follows:
Stock In Liverpool.....bales....428,000 626,000
Stock In London.222.000 I60.086
Stock in Havre..228.000 137,670
Stock In Marseilles. I8.000 19,238
Stock in Bremen. 88,000 14,609
stock in Amsterdam.69,ooo 33,700
Stock in Antwerp. 33,000 16,000
Stock in Barcelona. 42,000 40,000
Stock In Tresta. 11,260 U',933
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brasil,). 71.000 41760
Afloat for Bremen (American).... 16,000 4,606
Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
can). 6,000 17,400
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock In United States ports.876.279 848,619
Stock In the inland towns. 67,600 67,606
Exports from United States ports
for week up to Friday Nov. 16.. 77,409 62,428
Increase of stock in sight.... 27,994
The receipts at this port for the past week were
1091 oaga of sea islands and Floridas and 11118
bales or u; landa against 701 bags of sea islands
and Floridas and 12,390 bales of uplands the week
before, and 707 bags of sea islands and Floridas
and 11,718 bales of oplands for the corresponding
time last year. These supplies came as follows,
say of uplands per South Carolina Railroad 9174
bale?, Northeastern Railroad 1780, Savannah
and Charleston Railroad 247, Santee 800, Peedee
617. Of sea islands-Northeastern Railroad 23,
Wadmalaw 23, Toogoodo 17, John's Island 71
Christ Obnrch 71 Kia wah 7, James Island 48; j
Beaufort 64, Edlsto 164, St. Paul's 6, Florida 268,
Saatee 126, Savannah and Charleston Railroad
178, Ponpon 7.
THU COTTON MARKST.-This staple during the
past week exhibited a quiet and slightly change?
able character, the ford gu market being at v\ @
lOd <B lb for middling uplands. At New York the
rates were at 19X, and receded co 19 * c ft m for
this grade, while at this point prices of middling
uplands were at 18X. recelad to 18Xc fi m. The
movements In the article at Liverpool and New
York during this period were aa follows: On
Friday, November 22, the former was firm, up?
lands 9%d. sales 12,000 bales; tb9 latter was at j
19Xc, sales 713 bales. On Saturday the former
was quiet, uplands 9Xd, sales 10,000 bales; the
latter waa quiet, uplands 19Xo, sales 680 bales.
On Monday the former was firm, uplands 9*?d,
sales 14,000 bales, the latter was steady, uplands
l9xc sales 4196 bales. On Tuesday the ronner J
was firm, uplands sj-,'? 10 J, sales 12,000 bales; tbe
latter waa weak at l9Kc, sales 1260 bales. On
Wednesday the former was quiet, uplands eji@
lod, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was quiet at
19XC, sales 2277 bale?. Yesterday there were no
telegrams, being a holiday.
The movements in thia staple In this market |
during the week just closed waa as follows: On '
Friday, November 21 che article was du 1, and
later la the day a partial decline was tubmttted
to; sales eoo bales, ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 17017X, low middling 18@18X,
middling is*, strict middling 18*0 fl lb. On,
Saturday the market was flat and prices easier |
and somewhat nominal; sales 400 bales, ordinary
to good ordinary being quoced at 17@17X, low
middling 18, middling W?Q1W, strict middling ?
ia *? c ft ib. On Monday there was a lair demand
at generally steady rates; sales 1600 bales, ordi?
nary to good ordinary being quoted ac 17?17X.
low middling 18, middling 18X?18X, strict mid?
dling i8K?i8,S'c fi lb. On Tuesday there was
rather a good Inquiry, but closed quiet and un?
changed; -ales 1400 bales, ordinary to good ordi?
nary being quoted ac 17@17X, low middling 18,
middling 18X@18X. iitrlct middling 18X?18Xo ?
lb. On Wednesday there was a moderate de?
mand, the market having slightly easter features,
particularly In common grades; sales 800 bales,
ord nary to good ordinary being quoted at ie\@
17X. low middling 18, middling is*, strict mid. j
diing 18X@18Xc V ft ; also sales 100 balea rutares,
December delivery, charleston low middlings 18c.
Yesterday being Thanksgiving, there was no |
business of note, and the market was nommai.
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals of this qual?
ity ol the staple were in good supply, and were
for the week about ir94 bags of Carolinas ami
Florldaa. There has been rather more Inquiry
for this article, with perhaps lees depression in
prices than previously. Sales about ooo bags of
Carolinas and Floridas, among which were of
Carolinas, 4 Santees at.46, 7 at 60, 2 Santees at
60, 90 sea islands at 55, 42 at 60, 8 at 68, is at 80,
7 at 86 or Floridas, 18 at 32, 12 at 84, 2 at 37,
15 good at 40,8 at 41,12 at 46,28 at 47, 12 at 68, 41
RICK.-There were moderate supplies or Caro?
lina rough coming rorward, say about 20,000
bushels for the week. The market exhibited a
good and well sustained demand, with steadily
and firmly supported rates. Sales about 1200
tierces or clean Carolina, among whloh were 30
at ex. 66 at ex. 40 at 6X, 176 at ex, 86 at 6 IMO,
76 at 6 13 16,196 at 6%, 90 at 6 16-16.196 at 7.17 at I
7116,86 at 7X, 70 at 7X, 28 at 7X. Yesterday
being a holiday there was no business. We quote
nominally common to fair clean Oarollna at ex?
6Xo, good 7a7Xc.
NATAL STOBBS.-There were moderace arrivals
of these articles vir.., 461 bbla spirits turpentine
and 2005 bbls rosin lor the period. The marr et
has been dull and business light. Early in the
week some 809 bbls npirlta turpentine were so d i
at 62o ft gallon; also about 600 bbls rosin at
$4 26 for pale, $8 76 for low pale, and $3 06 for No.
1 and extra No. 1. Later BP ir lu turpentine was
Armer, and SOO bbls were t Inposed of at 5Sa66o ft
gallon. No transactions in rosin announced.
HAT.-Tbe arrivals of this article were unim?
portant, and there were no wholesale transac?
CORN-.-This grain was qoiet with only a limited
business, the supplies being restricted to about
looo bushels by steam from Baltimore. The sales
were mainly of a retail character.
OATS.-There ware no receipts of note, and the
sales were generally in a retail way for the sup?
ply of the local demand.
PIAS.-in the agence of supplies the market
for this grain was quiet aid aomewhat nominal.
FLO CR.-Tho market ls fairly supplied with moat
qualities of this article, with about the usual
looal and interior demand. Northern and Western
super may be quoted at $9 2606 76 ft bbl; extra
at $v@s fl bbl; family at ts 6009 fi bbl. South?
ern descriptions are In moderate stock, and su?
per may be quoted at $f 6o@7 ft bbl; extra at
$7 6008 60 fi bbl; family ?it $e@a 60 fi bbl, and
extra family at $10?ll f bbl.
BACON.-The stock of tiome kinds are ample,
willie others are In limited supply. the market
being quiet with a light trade, and quotations
somewhat nominal. Prime smoked shoulders are
dull, and may be quoted at ex?6j?o fi tb, prime
smoked clear nb sides st iox0iicfitt; prime
salted shoulders dull at &xc ft tts ; prime salted
clear rtb sides in good.<iemand at 9@9><o ft tb,
and salted long clears at e@9>ic ft Bi.
SUOAB AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to rally fair Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at ioj<c ft tts, ?,ood to prime grocery
sugars may be quoted at-fi Si, fair to good
Cubas 10X&UXC. Nt-w Orleans molasses,
prime new at 77c fi gallon. Cuba musco?
vado molasses may be quoted at 88c in
hhds and 400 in bbls, and in a Jobbing way at
40?42c; clayed at 880860 In hhds. and 86?
37 c in bbls; Sugar-house ny rup sells at 180200 in
hhds, and 22926o In barrels.
COFFXI.-The article ls In moderate request.
Fair to prims Rio may be quoted firm at 20@28o
BOTTIB AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock of this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 80086c;
New Tork State, prime, 2608oo; medium20926c.
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at fl 6601 76 fl sack,
as to size er lot.
INDIA BAGGING.-There has been some de?
mand for the country trade, and lots of domes?
tic are firmer at nc. Ludlow at -c.
TiKBia AND LtjiiBKB.-The market ls quiet.
We quote timber ror milling purposes
(rom $6?io. Shipping timber $10016. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
to sise, from $18022 ft M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18016; river lumber, $11013; dressed
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct,
I - on uplands, -on sea Islands; via New Tork
U-ie?Xd on uplands, lgd on sea islands; by sali
Xd on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre lo on uplands. Coastwise-to New Tork,
by steam \o on uplands and - on sea islands;
12 fi tierce on rice, eoe fi bbl on rosin; by sail,
- ft lb on cotton; - ft tierce on nee; 60c fi bbl
on rosin; $11012 ft M on lamber: $12012 60 ft M
on timber. To Boston, by steam vc on uplands,
and $2 60 ft tierce on rice; by sail, -c ft fit on up?
lands; rosin 70c; resewed stuff $12012 60; tim?
ber $18018 60; phosphate $606 60. To Providence,
by san, $10 60011 fi M on boards, - o ft tt on
cotton; by steam %c ria New Tork. To Philadel?
phia, by steam, sc on bplandB; $1 76 ft tierce
on nee, OOo ft 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. Ry sall, $8
ft M on boards; $12 on timber;-fi ton on
clay, and $3 60 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
steam, -o ft tt; by sall $308 60 ft H on boards!
- on timber; $3 60 ft ton at city, $404 26 ft
ton np river on phosphate rock. Vessels are in
aemand by oar merohhants to take lamber
freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darten and Sa
tilla River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla, to North,
ern ports, and $10012 ft M are rates on lumber
DOMESTIC EXCBANOB.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight cheeks on New Tork at X0X ft cent,
off; time bills nominal. They are selling sight
checks at par.
EXCHANOB-STSBLINO BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was nominal for so day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
- and selling at -.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Georgia-117 bags
sea island cotton, 1901 bales upland cotton, 146
tierces rice, 68 bales domestics, 60 packages.
Exporta of ttl? Week ending Nov. 38.
LrvxRFooL-Per Br bark James R Boyd-104
bags sea island cotton, 2661 bales upland cotton,
60 tons phosphate roos, 1 bondie staves..Per
Br sehr Sparkling Wave-1176 bbls Resin, 206 bags
RABOBLONA-Per Spanish brig Rosita-883 bales
BARACOA-Per sehr Mary Mangum-81,000 feet
lumber, 26 bbls flonr"20 bbls potatoes, and sun?
NEW TOBK-Per steamship James Adger-102
bags sea Island cotton, ns J bales upland cotton,
eo tierces nee, 132 bois rosin, 20 casks cliy. 126
bales domestics, lot bundles hides, 87 packages
sundries.Per steamship South Carolina-199
barta sea Lland cotton, lv30 bales upland cotton,
les tierces rice, loo bbb naval stores, and 02 pkgs
sundries.Pereteamsblp Champion-128 nags
se-t island conon, 1836 bales upland cotton, 110
tierces rice, 20 bales domestics, 03 packages.
PBILADSLFBIA-Per steamship Gull stream
806 balea upland cotton, 262 tea rice, 470 bbls naval
storeH, 208 bales domestic*, 211 ns Iron, 78 bbls
oranges, 200 bunches bananas, 68 pkg? cocoanuta,
161 pkgs sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland-376 bale'
cotton, 262 tes rice, 144 bbls naval stores. 20 bales
domestics, 147 caaka clay, 6 hbds and 1 bale bides,
17,600 feet lumber, 160 bags cocoanuta, 4 pkgs or
BOSTON-Per sehr J F Farland-360 tons phos?
phate rook, 216 batea upland cotton.
WEYMOUTH. MASS.-Per bars Florence-461 tons
C ?mparstlT? Kmoru or Cotton anti Mic*
from thc Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 18723, to November HT, 1878.
S. I. t'p'd. i Rice
S. I. Up'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
rofl G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe
W. Indies, Ac
Bftlt. A Nr'folk
0 th. U.S. Ports
Kxports of naval Si to rei ana Lamber
from tn? Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 1873, to November 97,
I, CM B KR,
Rio de la Plata
St John 'B, NB.
Total Foreign. 8,877
Grand Total] Nb??fl
Stock of Cotton tn the interior Towna
at the Latest Dates. .
Montgomery... November 22
Selma..So ve moer 22
Nash ville..November ii
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NOT s.-We nave aeauctea crom New orleans
62,239 bales uplands, from Mobile 69 bales np*
landa; from Savannah 1863 bags sea Island and
2486 bales upland, and from Charleston 1766 baga
sea island and 886 bales npland cotton; being
the quantity received at those ports from Mo?
bile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
00 O COL _
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Charleston Wholesale mena.
BAGGING, fi y ard
Cunny Cloth. 14 O
New Verk Double Anchor, 46
inches, 2H>bs. ?
BALB HOPS, 9 03.
Western. 8 ? 12X
Goshen. 80 A 86
COTTOK, fl ft
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.... 16M? 17J?
Low Middling. 18 ?
Middling to strict Middling... 18*? Wi
Good Middling. ?
Sea Island. ?
RIO. 20 ? 23
Laguayra. 24 ? 26
Java. so ?
FLOUB, fl bbl
Suppr. 6 26 ? 6 76
rv mern and Western Extra. 7 00 | 800
Bax. i nore Extra. @
Southern-Super. 6 25 ? 6 76
Extra. 7 00 ? 8 00
Family. 8 60 ? ii co
GRAIN, fl bushel
Maryland Oats. .. ?
Wen tern Oats. ?
HAT, ?J? owt
North River. ?
LUMBER, fl M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00 ? 66 oo
White Pine, good run.38 oo ? 40 oo
Yellow Pine. 20 00 SJ 24 00
Boards, rough.ll 00 ? 12 oo
Grooved and tongaed 28 oo ? 32 oo
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 88 ? 87
Muscovado. 88 ? M
Sugar bouse. 28 ? 27
New Orleans. ?
NAVAL STORKS, fl bbl
Rosin, pale. 4 26 ?
Rosin, No. 1. 3 66 ?
Rosin, No. 2. @
Rosin. No. 8. & ?.
Spirits Turpentine, ft gal.... 66 ? 66
tirade Turpentine, fl bbl. 4 26 ?
Hard Turpentine. 2 60 ?
Oakum, fl ?. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d, fl keg .. ?
Dup ufa, F. F. F. g. 6 00 ?
Dupont's, F. F. F. 6 00 ?
Dupont's Blasting. 4 00 ?
PBOVISIOKS, fl IB
Bacon, Hams.-. 22 ?
Sides. lOJg? ll
Shoulders. oe*? oay
Lard, in keg. ll ? 12
Eggs.". 20 $ 26 .
Poultry-Chickens, f? doz.... SOO A 4M
Fowls, fl dos. 6 00 A 6 IO
Onions. . A
Apples.,. . Z - .
Bios, fi ft-Osrollns. 06x3 v^oTX
Ease India.!......... 2
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse lit 3 1 75
Liverpool, line. a
SOOAB, ft ft
Porto Elco. <a
Mascovado. iou? nw
BBBSWAX, fi ft. SS^S 40
Potatoes, huh, fi bbl. @ ...
Sweet. 9 .,.
carolina Fertilizer, fi 2000 lbs.
Cash.48 oo @ ...
Time (payable 1st Novena- . :;-.<.
>!T ber, Tree cf interest,).... 63 00 @ .. .
Wando Fertiliser, caab.60 oo ra .. '
Time......ss 00 & ..
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas.... 90 00 @
Peruvian Guano, Gnauape_so oo @
Pacific Guano, 2000 lbs., casu.. 48 00 .
Time (without interest)... M 00 m
PhcsnizGnano.47 IO #' .
cash. 46 00 A ..
Land Plaster.la 00. 5't -
Zell'sAmmonlited Bone Phos- ...
phata ($70 time). 60 00 $ ..
Bowell Ooo's Ammonlatea
Bone Superphosphate ($60 .
time).; ? 00 @ ..
Cotton Food, per ton.00 00 0 : ..
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'s Manipu- : ?re?r* '<
lated.so oo a . -
Steno Soluble Guano IBM time) 48 00 ?
Steno Dissolved Phosphate
(?31 time)...i. 28 00 ?
Steno Pare (?round Phosphate, ia 00 h
Atlantlo Phosphate Co...cash. 48 00 (>. .. .
Time, free or interest. 62 00 li ..
Acid Pnosphates.cash. 18 00 < I :?:\v:;r
Time, free of Interest.8100 < > . ... .
Eureka Ammo, Bone Phos, cash ? 00 < ?
Time..co 00 0 .....
Phlllps's Oarribean bea Guano, .-..>'..'
per ton of 3000 rsa....cash. 60 OO '<$
1st November, per ton.... 66 00 *9
Mapes's Superphosphate, ft
2000fts. 46 00 0 .'.
Sardy's Phosphate, Peruvian, .
cash.:.66 00 0
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash.. 60 00 m
Patapsco Guano.06 00 ML, .. .
E. Frank Ooo's Ammonia ted
Bone Phosphate.cash. 48 co ?a
Coe's Pure Dlssol'd Bone.cash 60 00 . ..
Time....;. 66 00 O ..
Whann'ssnperphosphate.SO 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Guano.cash.. 66 00 ? ' .. \
Time. 60 00.ia; . nil ?
Etlwan Crop Food.cash.. 40 00 tja- . ..
Time. 46 00 tm ..
EUwan Dlsaolved Bono..cash. 86.00! .
Time. 40 00 t$ . -
Marketa o y To iegr?p n. 1
LONDON, November 28.
Evening;.-Specie in Bank of England lao. reseed
?1,768.000; note discount Bans of England re?
duced one per cent., making lt now six per cent,
american securities: Sixty Aves, old, 91 x; sixty
seven-, 93X; ten-forties, 87*; new are?, 8SX;
PARIS, November 2?.
Noon.-Beates Iff soc.
LrviBPOOL, November 28.
Cotton quiet and steady; uplands ?XaiM; Or?
leans lOKaloJid; sales 14.000 biles, including 8000
for speculation and export; sales uplands, No?
New York Naval Stores Marke t.
Nsw Toas. November 27.
The Dally Bulletin saya : Receipts to-day 6880
bbls rosin, 680 bois spirits turpentine. Sp Irita
turpentine bas ruled very quiet fv.-day and sties
contle ed to small parcels from the wharf at about
62c Offdrlngs were made at this figure, bot bids
were not above 8 ixe strained rosin continues
qolet, but there appears to be a trin? more in?
quiry and bids a shade better, ?ales 81 bbls at
$4. The finer grades are also quiet, and we only
note 76 bbls No. 2 at $4 20,36 bbls do at $4 26, and
loo bbls No. 1 and pale at$4 60a476. Taroon
- tinnes quiet bot firm, owing to the scarcity of
available stock. Sa es 40 bbls at $6a6 26.- Pitch
selling in a jobbing way at $4 S7Xa4 60. Late.in
the day a cargo of strained rotin, 2001 bbls, sell
afloat at $4.
New Tork Rles Market.
Nsw YORK, November 27.
The Dally Bulletin says : The market, ls fairly
active and continues steady m all gradea, we
note sales of 400 bags Bangoon in bond at $8 80,
200 do duty paid at 7a7Xc, and 80 tierces Carolina
Interior Cotton Marketa.
COLUMBIA, November 20.
sales of cotton to day 117 bales; mlddungo irx.
A choice lot of 21 bales brought 17V.
w INN? s ORO' , November 28.
For the past week 680 baie < ot cotton have been
sold in this market, at prices ranging from 16%
SUMTES, November 28.
About 243 bales have been aold since tatt re?
port, the maiket closing steady. We quote:
Ordinary l4Xo; good ordinary l6Xc: low mid?
dling iee ; middling I6X0; strict middling nc
ABBjrviLLi, Nove ?ber 27.
Cotton is selling at from lo to 16M0.
&PABTANBDBO, November 2d.
Cotton ls quoted at nxc
NEWBERRY, November 26.
Market closed firm at Mjic.
OAKDEN, November 38.
The same activity in our market heretofore
noticed prevailed the past week, with a slight ad?
vance in i rices and a small failing off In receipts.
Sales for the week 811 bales, at 17X to 17X.
LE rm OTON, November 97.
Cotton is selling at from iex to lTc.
h oox LULL, November ?:
For the psst week prices have been somewhat
Irregular, owing to the varying reporta from New
York, middlings selllngat times as high ss nx,
and this state i f thins s has usually been followed
by some decline. Onr market Is steady to-day at
17X for middlings; sales of the week 689 bales.
MACON, November ie.
The demand to day was almost exclu-iveli re?
stricted to fine oottons. For the latter the de?
mand was fair, and the prices of Satn.day were
maintained we quote Liverpool middlings at
r,Xc; New York middlings at iso. Thejfccelptt
to-day were almost entirely by railroad, ssa were
heavier than they have b?en for ten days. 678
b* e coming In. The shipments were 301 bales;
MACON. November 2ft.
Tba market was pretty doll today. The de?
mand was limited to fine co toa. Prices remain
unchanged. Ti srao^pu to-day were 681 bales;
Market quiet since noon and quotations nomi?
nal. Ordinary lteUXo; good ordinary mu KOf
low middlings lTXo; middlings 18c Sales 616
?ales; receipts 4lo; shipments 328.
WnjfljforoN. November 27.
SPIBITS T?BPBNTINB.-sal?* of 820 casks at 663
per gallon Tor Southern packages.
P Roei?.-3slesof 600 bbls *J^?5*2?!2i
$8 36 for strained delivered, ana SOM bbls strained
at ?8 60 per bbl for December delivery.
c^roB TUBP?NTiNB.-sales of 206 bois at $8 for
hard and $6 for jeUow dip and virgin.
TAB.-sales or io bbls at $4 $6 per bbl.
CoTT0N.-8alesof20balea at 18*.'7 atl7X,2
at 18X. and 60 at 18o per pound.
Receipts per Railroad, November HS.
* SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1377 bales cotton, 68 bales goods, 41 bbls spin a
turpentine, 2u8 bbl? rosin, 8 oars stock To Rail?
road Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers a co, W C Bee A co,
Kinsman A Howell. G H walter A co, G W King.
Barden A Parker, E 8 M?>s. EH Frost A oo, A B
Mulligan, W P Dowlitg, W K Ryan, E N Thurs?
ton, Counts A Wroton, A J Salmas, W B williams
A son, T P smith. Pringle A eon, R Mun A CO,
A S Smith L D Desaus&ure. F L Meyer. Jeffords
& co, 0 Graveley, F G Behkopf, R White, G W
wiiuams <* 00, Wins A co, Sioan A SeigUioos, W
B smith A co, Beattie A co, A s Dnncan ,fl Bischoff
A 00, D A Amme, Elias A Bro, A Langer A bon,
Trenholm A son, J D Aiken, Wardlaw * carew.
447 bales npiand and 16 bags sea island cotton,
32 bbls spirits turpentine, 209 bbls rosin, cars lam?
ber, mdse, Ac. To Frost A 00, Mowry A Son,
A J Salinas G A Walter A co, T P smith, A H
smith. Reeder A Davis, GW williams A eo, W K
Byan, Barden A Parkrr, Trenhoim A Son, W O
Courtney A co, Wolidm A Jones, W o Bee a co.
Fraser A Dill, O R Bolmes, Pringle A Son, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, Bavenel A co, J D Kirkpatrick,
Kinsman A Howell, lograban A Son, Witte Bros,
Fenwick A T, W Gurney, Bollmann Bros, H Wohl?
ken W P Dowling. 0 F Levy. Sbackelford A Kelly,
F 0 Archer, S1) stoney, E F Sweegan, Ellas Bros,
F W Pieper, E Welling, Railroad Agent, Order,
?rorrrixi, tiqrwrs, fit.
H. KLATTE & CO.
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
We have appointed Messrs. H. KLATTE A 00.
Sols Agenrs for Charleston for this Celebrated
Brand or PURE KENTUCKY WHISKEYS, both
h YES and BOURBON.
These Whiskeys are gc aran teed pure KENTUCKY
COPPER DISTILLED, free from ali compound im?
purities, a i d highly recommended by eminent
chemists for medical use. The Brand ls patented
to prevent infringements. _
BAKEHOUSE BROS. A CO.,
we respectfully inform our friends and custom*
era that we keep constantly on band a full supply
or the above already ravorably well known Whis
eys. and offer same to the trade at distiller's
prices. H. KLATTE A 00.,
augsi-atntbftmo No. 186 East Bay,