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THE METHODIST CHURCH.
tim H IN O PROCEEDINGS OE THE
SOC?B CAROLINA CONFERENCE.
The Appointments for the Ensuing
[PROM OCR OWN C0BRB8P0ND?NT.]
ANDERSON, S. C., December 17.
Alter religions services, conducted by Kev.
B. o. Oliver, the Conference was opened in due
lorm by Bishop Paine. Sumter was selected as
the Bite for the session or the next annual Con?
Rev. S. B. Jones was appointed to preach the
annual sermon before the under, graduates of the
Conference at Its next Bes-lon.
The committee on the Orphan Home reported
and their report was adopted. The Orphan Home
has been locked at spartanourg. A donation or
ian thousand dollars has been made for the erec?
tion of the home by Mrs. R. C. Oliver, and very
liberal contrloutions have been made durinn the
year for Its support. Kevs.?. 0. OUver and J. H.
0. McKinney were appointed agents.
Rev. W. Capers, chairman of the committee on
the Bible cause, submitted the report or the com
"^chaffin*of the joint board of finance sub.
mined bis report, whlc. was. on motion, adopted.
Tue report gives the gratliylog ?nwUigeuce or an
increasing liberality of the church In its contrlbu
tlonsfOr the supeiannuated preacners.and. for
the widows and orphans of the deceased minis?
ters of the Con'erence. , - _K_
Rev. H. A. C. Walker reported for the commit?
tee on education in reference to Wcfford College.
The report atiows the patrunage of the college to
be Increasing, but recommends an assessment
for supplementing the salarles of the faculty. The
same committee reported as to Columbia remale
College, which was on motion adopted. Tne report
recommends the immediate reopening o? the col?
lege. 1 he same committee reported as to Cokesbu
ry Conference School, which was declared to be In
an unusually prosperous condition. The wu
llamston Female College, under the prealdency or
Rev. s. sander, was commended by the commit?
tee to the conference as worthy of their pa
t ron age.
M. V. Wood, R. W. Barber, J. C. Davhi and G.
H. Pooser, ta addition to those already admitteu.
were admitted on trial. """"
M. A. ConoUy and C. V. Barnes were, on motion,
olaced on toe supernumerary list
John E. PeoDy was located at his own request.
John Watts was superannuated at his ownre
qlOOnference adjourned with benediction.
The Conference met according to adjournment.
Minutes of morning session read and approved.
ABanMoGorquedile was superannuated at his own
request. The committee un memoirs submitted
their report. Appropriate memorials of the late
Cnaa, Betts, A. L. Smith and 0. Thomasson were
read amid deep emotion In the Conference.
The appointments were announcer;, and the
Conference adjourned with the benediction.
The following ls the list of appointments of the
South Carolina Conference for the ensuing year,
as announced by Bishop Paine, on Tuesday eve
CHARLESTON DISTRICT-W. T. MOUZON, F. E.
Trinity and Cumberland-G. H. Wells.
Bet&el-J. T. Wightman.
Spring Street-K. D. Smart.
Berkley circuit-A. G. Gantt,
st, Paul's Mission-To be supplied by J. 0. Bran?
Cypress Circuit-W. Carson.
St. Paul's Mission-To be supplied by G. Smith.
Lower St. George's circuit-A. R. Danner.
Bamberg Circuit-P. F. Rlstler.
st. George's Circuit-w. A. ciarte.
Walterboro' Circuit-B. G. Jones, H. B. Green.
Collete? Circuit-Thomas Kaysov.
Allendale circuit-T. E. Wannamaker.
Temassee Circuit- G. H Pooser.
Black Swamp circuit-M. L. Banks
Bardeevuie Mission-J. R. coburn.
OXANSKBUBQ DISTRICT-H. A. C. WALKER, P. E.
Orangeburg Station-P. Auld.
Eastern Orange Circuit-0. Wilson.
Provide oe Circuit-J. H. Zimmerman.
St Matthew's Clrcult-T. J. Clyde.
Branchville Circuit-D. J. Simmons.
"Edlsto circuit-J. L. Slfley, R. B. Tarrant,
Graham's Clroult-J. W. McBoy.
WUllston Circuit-J B.Massabeau.
Aiken Mission-G. J. Griffiths.
Granltevllle Mission-L. c. Loyal.
Upper Orange Circuit-J. S. Bc aa ey.
Upper St. Matthew's Clroult-J. J. Workman.
COLUMBIA DISTRICT-WM. MARTIN, P. E.
? Washington Street-O. A. Darby.
Marlon Mreet-W. D. Kirkland.
. City Mission-To be supplied.
Columbia Circuit-s. p. H. Elwell.
Richland Fork circuit-i. K. MoKalo. ->
Winna boro' circuit-J. s. Connor, supernume?
Fairfield Circuit-J. T. Kllgo, J. A. Chiton.
East Chester circuit-J. M. Boyd.
Chester circuit-J. W. Humbert,
Rock: Bill circuit.-j. E. Watson.
.Vorkvllle station-A. w. waiker.
York Circuit- u A. Johnson, supernumerary.
Lexington Circuit and Mission-J. c. Miller.
Leesv?V circuit and Mission-G. w. Gatllu.
, Upper Edlato Mission-To be anpplled. .
President Columbia Female college-S. B.
Agent columbia Female College- S. H. Browne.
8TJMMR DISTRICT-W. H. FLEMING, P. S.
- Sumter Station-J. M. Carlisle.
Sumter Circuit-J. A. Porter. One to be sup
Bishop ville Circu? t-S. J. Hill.
Camden Station-R. L. Harper.
Sante? circuit-Thom'is Mitchell.
Fulton Mlssloa-Tobe supplied by 0. W. Felder.
' Manning Circuit-j. B. Platt.
Lyncbourg Circuit-L. M. Little and W. A.
TlmmonsvlHe Circuit-L. Wood.
Darlington circuit-J. B. Campbell and M. V.
- Gheraw Station-A. Coke Smith.
- Westfield Creek Mission-Simpson Jones.
- Chesterfield Circuit-A. Ervin.
Zoar Circuit and Lynch's Creek Mission-Sup?
plied by 0. A. Ply 1er.
- Hanging Book Circuit-T. W. Munnerlyn.
Lancaster Station-J. R. Llt?le
BeUe Air Circuit-j. r. England.
MARION DISTRICT-J. W. KELLT, P. s.
Marlon Station-W. c. Power.
Marlon Circuit- W. L. Pegues.
Buck Swamp circuit-w. w. Jones and D.
Little Rock Circuit-J. 0. Stall.
. Beonettsvlils Circuit-J. A. Mood and L. M.
North Marlboro' Circuit-E. T. Hodges. R. R.
Klngstree Circuit-A. Nettles.
Johnsonville circuit-j. c. Russell,
liberty Chapel Circuit-A. J. Stafford.
Lynch's Creek Circuit-D. w. Seale.
I Darlington Station-A. M. Cfcrletzoerg.
Georgetown Station-A. A Stokes.
Bucksvule and Conwayboro'-C. 0. Flshburn.
Con way boro' Clroult and Mission-R. L. Duffle
and A. C. Mann.
Waccamaw Circo Lt and Mission-W. H. Klrten.
SPARTANBjlJHG, DISTRICT-T. O. HKRBSRT, P. S.
? Spartanborg station-c. H. Prltohard.
Spartanburg Circuit and Mission-J. o. Crisp*
Cherokee Circuit;-To be supplied.
. Rich Hill Circuit-To be supplied by J. F. Smith.
Pacolet circuit-J. Lee Dixon.
Fair Forest circuit-J. B. Wilson.
Untonvllle Statlon-s. A. Weber.
Goshen HUI circuit-N. K. Melton.
Belmont Circuit-M. A. McKlbben.
Clinton circuit-R. N. Wells.
Cane ''reek circuit-T. W.SmltJa,
Laurens circuit-j. B. Tray wist
President Wofford College-A. Mi. Shlpp.
Professors Wofford Cone^e-W. Smith. A. H.
Editor Southernk Christian Advocate-F. M.
Superintendent Carolina Orphan Home-R. 0.
Agent o. A. o. Home-J. H. C. McKinney.
O0XX8S?BT DISTRICT-H. M. MOOD, P. X.
. Cekeobury station-W. W. Mood.
CokeBbury-J. W. Murray, H. W. Whittaker. I
Abbeville station-w. T. capers.
Abbeville-K. R. DagnalL
Lowndesvlile Station-A. J. Caothen. C. V.
Barnes, supernumerary. ?
Tumbling >hoals-John Finger.
Greenwood-william Hatto. W. H. Lawton. 1
supernumerary. ' ,
south Abbeville-G. M. Boyd
Newberry Station-Manning Brown.
Newoerry-J. L. Shulord, D. D. Damz'ar
Little Saluda-J. W. M. creighton?
Edgefleid-William Tnomas. 1
Gokesbury Bchool-rG. M. Round. ,
GRHTTNYILLE DISTRICT-R, P. PRAKES, P t
Greenville Station-E J. Meynardl-i.
Greenville-John Attaw?y. ?
Buena Vista and Batesvuie-A. B. stephens
- wainaiia-J. w. Dickson,' T. M. Morgan, super?
. Plckensvlile-C L. Durant. \,
Williams ton-R. W. Barber.
Seneca Ci oult and Mission-To be s applied by
.. Rosny Creek-To be suppUed by j. Q. stock?
Anderson Station-G. T. Harmon.
Anderson Circuit and Mission-A*. D. Byars.
W. A. Hodge?, sopernumerary.
Pendleton-p. J. McMil en.
Cheohee circuit and Miss! n-j. C. Davis.
- President WUliamaton Female College-s. Lan
Q^?^erred to Baltunre Confereace-T. A.
rJkEP&l-ZL: Townsend. W. c. Patterson, D. '
wS? M?b5u?^ l"Scarhorongh,John ,
A CHARLESTON FACHETIN DISTRESS. '
mu x BALTTMORB, December 19. !
The schooner Lewis Ehrman, from Charles
ton fortBaltimore, was seen off the W?u Trap with '
mam ana mizzen masts gone. (
. MEETINGS IRIS DAT.
Carolina Rifle Club, at half-paBt seven P. M.
Marion Lodge, I. 0.0. F., at seven P. M.
Zerubbabel Chapter, R. A. M., at seven P. M.
Drayton Lodge, A. Y. M., at half-paBt seven
P. M. t
AUCTION SALES THIS DAT. .
William McKay will sell, at tea o'clock, at
his store, English rags, dry goods, &c
Miles Drake will sell, at ten o'clock, at his
Blore, clothing, hats, Ac.
Leltoh & Rruns will sell, at ten o'clock, at
No. 260 King slre?t, balance of stock ol dry
goods, Ac. .
IF YOU want a Sewing Machine that won't
give yon any trouble, buy a Singer.
CHESS MEN, Backgammon Boards, and a
variety of cameB for "youth, can be had at
Fogartie's Book Depository. dec20-3
THE "WILLOW OB BASKET WORK Box," for
sale at '-Fogartie's Book Depository," is a new
and exceedingly beautiiul article.
decl8-wf m3 _
PAINT BOXES, Models for Drawing, and Ar?
tist's CaBes-call at "Fogartie's Book Deposi?
tory," and see a variety ot entirely new and
beautiful contrivances for youog artlsls.
TAILORS will find it to their advantage to
call at Singer Office before purchasing a Sew?
I GOLD PENS! GOLD PENS!-The best are
made by Mable, Todd * Co. For Bale by B.
K. Neulville, No. 107 East Bay. decl8-wfm3
THE MOST uaefal and beautiiul OhrlstmaB"
present you can preaent your lady friend with
ls an Improved Home Shuttle Bewlng Ma?
chine. Be Bure and not forget them.
WHO WILL CAM FOR MOTHER NOW ?"-Buy
her a Home Shuttle Bewlng Machine and she
will take care of herself.
THU SrNOER Bewlng Machine, is the most
popular in the world, ii sales are any crite?
LIBRARIES FOR TM YOUNG.-Good bookB, in
sets, nently bound and beautifully Illustrated,
put up In attraotlve boxes, suited to children
of all ages, at Fogartie's Book Depository.
THERMOMETERS, Paper Weights and Ink?
stands, of tbe most novel and beautiiul de?
signs, can be found at FOGARTIE'S BOOK DE?
PICTURE CARDS, Illuminated Texts and Mot?
toes, ornamented in colored and gilt, suitable
for week-day or Sunday-Schools, at FOGARTIE'S
BOOK DEPOSITORY. dec20-im2
FANCY PEN HOLDERS, Paper Cutters, and a
variety of Fancy Articles In Pearl, Ivory, and
Scotch and Sandal Wood, can be had at FO?
GARTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY. decl8-wfm3
KID GLOVES ! KID GLOVES I-J. B. Bead &
Co., No. 263 King street, have this morning
opened another complete assortment of Har?
ris's Seamless Kid Gloves; also the "Victo?
ria" Kid Gloves, two buttons, at $1 76. .
OUR SUNDAY SCHOOLS should be remem?
bered at this our festal season. A contribu?
tion of library books from parents whose
children have received the benefits ol these
excellent institutions would be an appropriate
offering. Fogartle'a Book Depository ls tbe
agency for all Sunday School publishing socie?
A NEW STOCK ot improved and extra or?
namented Home Shuttle Sewing Machines
have Just been received at the agenoy for
Christmas Gifts. Nothing more suitable.
DISH COVERS, Plate Covers, Plate Warmers,
Chafing Dishes, Toilet Sets, English Tea
Trays, Plated Spoons, Forks and Castors, Bird
Cages, Boys' and Men's Tool Cheats, for sale,
at low prices, by S. B. Marshall & co., corner
King and Society streets._dec6-mwfl2
S. R. MARSHALL & Co., corner King and
Society streets, have on hand an elegant as?
sortment of Rodgers & Sons and WoBten
holm's Table and Deaaert Knives, Carvers and
Steels; also, the greatest variety of Pocket
Knives, Scissors and Razors In cases, and
Ladies' Cutlery cases to be found in the city.
These goods are of the best quality, and have
been selected expressly for the holiday trade,
and are sold at low prices. deo6-mwfl2
STANLEY'S "HOW I FOUND LmKGSTON.n
This anxiously looked for book ie now ready
for delivery to subscribers. It ls published
only by subscription, by Scribner, Armstrong
A, Co. The only agency for this State Is Fo?
gartie's Book Depository, No. 260 King street.
The volume comprises nearly "eight hundred
royal octavo pages," and superbly Illustrated
with "thirty lull-paged engravings," besides a
large number of minor size, and "five care?
fully executed maps ot Africa." Bound in
morocco cloth, gilt, price $5. In order to sup?
ply the demand as a holiday gift, new subscri?
bers will be furnished with their copies before
Christmas, it applied for immediately. Per?
sons in the country, by remitting $6, will "have
their copleB delivered "free of extra charge."
Address Fogartie's Book Depository.
IF YOU desire valuable and beautiful presen?
tation Books, do not fall to drop la at "Fogar?
tie's Book Depository." There you can find
the largest and moat varied stock of superbly
illustrated books and standard books In all de?
partments of literature, lu holiday dress, ever
offered for sale In Charleston. Amongst oth?
ers, too numerous for particular mention, ls
"The Raphael Gallery," twenty Autotype Re?
productions, $18; "Morrillo and the Spanish
School of Painting," fifteen steel engravings
and nineteen engravings on wood, $10; "The
British School of Sculpture;" twenty engrav?
ings and fifty wood cuts, $10. "Keats's Endy?
mion," illustrated by els large steel engrav?
ings, from paintings by Poynlet, $10; "The
History of Sculpture," by Luke, 2 royal octavo
volumes, numerously Illustrated, $18 50; "Pic?
ture Gallery of Sacred Art," twenty photo?
graphs, $6; "Bryants, The Little People of the
9oow," elegantly illustrated, morocco cloth,
gilt $5, Turkey morocco extra, $9.
DUPING THE SICK.-In shape, color and
Bmell the toadstool closely resembles the 1
mushroom, yet the one is a poisonous fungus,
the other a wholesome vegetable. Many of '
the advertised and unadvertised slops which ;
unscrupulous Bpeculatora are trvlng to per?
suade the credulous are "as good as Hos
tetter's Bitters," bear a like superficial re- :
Bemblance-to that Inestimable vegetable res- '
toratlve. Quite a number of these dangerous '
fungi bave started up within the. last two
years, and doubtless, many worthy people i
have been poisoned by them. Some of these :
wolves wear the sheep's clothing of pretend?
ed morality, and inveigh against medical
stimulation as they vend their aold poisons; i
while others offer their liquid compounds of
'forty rod rum" and condemn drugs under
ihe Blang names of "Eye Openers'" "Morning
SlorieB," "Cobweb Cutters," and the like. ]
Beware of them all, for they are deadly and I
leteBtable. deol7-mwf3D*p 1
ON CONSIGNMENT, alz dozen McClellan Bad?
iles at $4 each. JOHN COMMINS' Commlaalon
Souse, No. 142 Meeting street, *
You NEED not tell the shoemakers In
Charleston anytbiog about the Singer Manu?
ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY different patterns
of Cups, Saucers and Plates, suitable for
Christmas presenta, just received by steamer
Champion and tor sale at low prices at Whll
POCKET BIBLEB for presents to Sunday
School soholars, can be had at "Fogartie's
Book Depository, at 50 cents and upwards.
An exceedingly beautiful Pocket Bible, hand?
somely bound In gilt morocoo, with clasp and
ornamented book-marks, for $1 50.
LADIES' and Children's Furs, In great varie?
ty, at PLENGE'S, NO. 201 King street.
Tor BOOKS.-A magnificent display for the
holidays, at HOLMBS'B BOOK HOUSE. decl9-2
CHROMOS.-For choice pictures and at reas?
onable prlceB, go to HOLMES'S BOOK HOUSE.
CATHOLIC PRATER BOOKS, at HOLMKS'S
BOOK HOUSE. ? _ decl.9-2
ILLUMINATED BOOK MARKS, new and beauti?
ful designs, at FOGARTIE'H BOOK DEPOSITORT.
FOR AN elegant and stylish Hat, go to
PLENO E'S, No. 201 King street. de cl 9-G
FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, for Christ?
mas presents, at Hayden's, Klug street.
PURSES, PORTMONNAIES-in fine Russia
leather, at Whllden's. ^_ declS-7
METHODIST, Baptist, Presbyterian and Luth?
eran Hymn Books, lu all the various styles, at
HOLMES'S BOOK HOUSE. deo!9-2
DRESDEN China Cups and Saucers, at Whit-1
den's. _ decl8-7
A SPLENDID stock of English Bibles, at
HOLMES'S BOOK HOUSE. decl9-2
SCOTCH Wood Vases and Boxes, at Whll?
BRONZE FIGURES, Vaaea, Toilet Sets, Ac, at
Hayden's, Zing street. dec!8-7
WHILDEN has a large stock of French China
Vases, at low prices. declS-7
RUSSIA LEATHER GOODS, Baskets, Pocket?
books, Card Cases, ?c., at Hayden's, Kiog
street _ _ deol8-7
LEATHER RETICULES, fine and medium qual?
ities, at Whllden's. _ decl8-7
FINE TOILET SETS and Deoorated China
Chamber Sets, at Whllden's. declS-7
JUST RECBITED, a fine assortment of Chll
dren'a Fancy Hats, at PLENGE'S, NO. 201 King
WRITING DESKS, Work Bosea and Dressing
Cases at Hayden's, King street. decl 6-7
FINE COT GLASSWARE, China Cups and
Saucers at Hayden's, King street. decl8-7
CHINA TEA BETS, forty-four and fllty-slx
pieces, at Whllden'a. _ decl8-7
GIFTS FOR THE HOLIDAYS.-For Silverware,
dna Watches, uold Opera and Vest Chains, go
to Allan's, 307 King street.
COT GLASS DECANTERS, Goblets, Wines, Ac,
at Whlldea'd. _ docl8-7
WHILDEN bas a full stock of Porcelain and
White Graniteware. decl8-7
PLATEDWARE, Jewelry and Silverware, at
Whllden's. _ decl8-7
CHRISTMAS ls coming. For handsome Gold
Bracelets, Studs and Sleeve Buttons, go to
Allan's, 307 King street.
WRITING DESKS, Portfolios, Photograph Al?
bums, Writing Albums and Pocketbooks, of ?
all kinds, at HOLMES'S BOOK HOUSE, declo-2
GOLD AND SILVER-HEADED CANES, in great
variety. Just the thing for holiday gifts, at
Allan's, No. 307 Klug street. ?
FURS FOR THE HOLIDATB.-At Furchget,
Benedict & Co. Furs for ladles, Furs for chil?
dren, Furs for all, at very low figures.
KID GLOVES I KID GLOVES I-J. B. Bead ?
Co., No. 263 King street, call attention to
their large assortment of low-priced Kid
Gloves, which they are offering at $1, $125,
$150 and $175. decll-wlm
FANCY GOODS FOR THE HOLIDATB.-French
and German Fancy Boxes, Glove and Hand?
kerchief Fancy Boxes, Sets of four, five and
six Boxes, Ladies' Scarfs, Handkerchiefs and
Ties, Ladles' Fancy Fischus, Lace Collerettes,
Bets aod Handkerchiefs, Atc, ?fee, ?c., now
opening at J. B. Read & Co. decll-wlm
RIBBONS FOR HOLIDAYS.-Fine, all colors,
Sash Ribbon, six Inch, only $1; fine Watered,
seven inoh Sash Ribbon, $1 50. Great variety
In Narrow Blbbons at greatly reduced prices.
Full assortment of Kid Gloves; one button, $1;
two buttons, $1 25. FURCHGOTT, BENEDICT
WILL BE SOLD THIS WEEK at private sale, In
quantities to ault purchasers, by Wm. McKay,
No. 45 Wentworth street, a large and well
assorted stock ol Staple and Fancy Dry
Goods, Perfumeries, China Ware, Toya and
Notions, sui table for the Holidays or Christ- j
mas presents. Ladles are particularly Invit?
ed to examine our stock of Fancy Goods.
Gooda are ordered to be sold by parties ship?
ping regardless of price. Call and see for
BHLNE WINE_Arrived per Bremen bark
Neptun, Hockhelmer, NIeratelner, Lauben
helmer. Also, continually on hand, Stein
Wine, Sobarlocbberger, Buedeshelmer, In?
gelheimer, 1865, Hockheimer, Riesling, Ac
The above Wines are of direct importation,
and, like all my imported and domestic
Liquors, warranted pure. Bergner & En?
gel's Philadelphia Lager Beer, fresh every
week. A. TIEFENTHAL, No. 107 Market street.
BUILDING MATERIAL.-An extensive stock
and large variety of Doora, Sashes, Blinds,
Balusters, Mouldings, Ac, are kept constantly
on hand by Mr. P. P. Toale, at his wareroomB,
N0.-20 Hayne street and No. 33 Plnckuey street.
The above are all made at his own factory on
Horlbeck's wharf. He keeps, also, French and
American Window Glass, Stained Glass, Slate
Mantels, Builders' Hardware, Ac, from the
beat manufacturers. mch8-fmwlyr
KID GLOVES, of best quality, (Alexandre^
Grande Duchesse,) have been reduced to
tl 25 at Ufferhardt's. Also, the latest In Lace
Collars, and In all Dress Goods, ls put down
In prloe. Fine Broch? Shawls are being offer?
ed very cheap, and a beautiful Black Silk Vel?
vet for Cloaks at $12 50, worth $20. French
Black Silks and German Cloths and Casal
meres, especially la black, are selling at 25
per cent, under late prices. Pleaae do not
forget the corner of King and Market streets
UFFEBHABDT'8. decl8-wfmtu4 ?
The Charleston Jttarket.
FOB THB WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, DEC. 20 1872.
THB CROPS.-This period commenced v?ry cold
with ice. sleet andanow alt over the South, being
one or the coldest changes fdr many years, and
mast have suspended out door labor. Afterwards
the we?ther was moderate, bnt closed with rain.
This being the period when the ol? year ts coming
to an end, and the picking of the crop nearly ter.
mlnated, the time haa been without apeclal move
ment tn the agricultural field, and will remain ao
until after the holidays.
TUB RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 125,664 bales,
against 133,973 bales the week before", and 120,918
bales for the corresponding time ihe previous year.
At New Orleans the auppliea were 87,925 bales,
and 42,756 bales for the week of the year pre?
vious. The i otal receipts at the cotton porte from
September I, 1872, up to the latest dates, were
1 479,440 bales, and 1,189,799 balea for the time
last ' year-showing an increaae of 309,641
bales. The arrivals at the principal Southern oot
ton ports from September 1,1872. up to the latest
telegraphic intelligence, aa compared with the
year before, were aa followa:
Charleston, Dec. 18.187.887 147,261
Other ports, Dec 18.68,461 39,760
Total balea.MIM? WW
Total increaae to date.309,tHi
The receipt* of cotton at the chief Southern
seaports from December 12 to December 18,1872,
Inclusive, aa reported by telegraph, were as fol?
Dec 12...10241.Dec. 13....1974?
Dec 14....1285.Deo. 16....8343 } 30,092
DiC 17...U644.Dec 18....1606)
For the corresponding wees last yoar....44,9B5
Jjec. 12....2031.....Dec 13....7612)
Dec. 14 ...8076.Dec. 16. ...3667 I 19,809
Dec. 17....1990.Dec 18....1684 J
Last year.?. 17,068
Dec 12....1328.Dec 13....6896)
Dec. 14....8456.Dec 16....3814} 23,562
Dec 17. ...5259.Dec 18....3804)
Laat year. 24,462
Dec. 12....2101.Dec 13....2262)
Dec 14....2720.Dec 16. ...2189} 14,368
Dec 17....8266. Deo. 18. ...1818)
Dec 12 ...1327.Dec 13....2513)
Otc 14.... 106.Dec 16....1604 } 7,300
Dec 17.... 156.Dec 18.... 1694)
Last year. 7,672
Dec 12. ...1780.Dec 13....1616>
Dec 14 ...2089 .:..Dec 16.... 1898} 12,060
Dec 17.2699.Dec. 18 ...2233)
Last year. 8,612
Dec 12.... 218.Dec 13.... 210)
Dec. 14.... 192.Dec 16.... 205} 1,174
Dec. 17 ... 174.Dec 16.... 186)
Last year.;. 2,2(0
Total 1872..108 ?46
The atocka or the article In sight at the latest
dates were aa follows: *
Stock in Liverpool.bales....865,000 468.000
Stock in London.2lo.ooo 186 764
Stock in Havre..234,000 123,120
Stock in Marseilles. 18.000 16,638
Stock in bremen. 82,000 iv,639
Stock in Amsterdam,. 43,000 82,400
Stock In Antwerp.... 32,000 13,ooo
Stock tn Barcelona. 28,ooo so.ooo
Siock in Treste. 9,000 6,888
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil,).68,000 62,814
Afloat for Bremen (American).... 17,000 14,071
Afloat for Amsterdam (Ameri?
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock in United states ports.497,71a 389,866
Stock In the inland towns. 78,780 71,436
Exports from United states ports
for week up to Friday, Dec. 13.. 62,785 95,076
Increase of stock In Bight.... . 51,766
The receipt? at u>i? port for the past week
were 820 bags of sea Islands and Floridas and
13,536 bales of nrland-i, against 682 baga of sea
islands and Floridas, aud 13,208 bales of uplands
the week previous, and 620 bags or sea Islands anet
Floridas, and 14,200 balea of uplands ror the week
last year. These supplies came as follows, say
of uplands per South Carolina Railroad 11,704
bales; Northeaatern Railroad 1535 bales; Savan?
nah and Charleston Railroad 199 bales; George- j
town 8 bales. Of sea Islands, Northeastern Rail?
road, 67 balee; Savannah and Charleston Rail?
road 145 balee; Christ Church 68 bales; Edlsto 120
bales; John's Island 37 bales; James Island 60
bales; Wadmalaw 16 balea; Florida 227 bales; st.
Andrew's 3 bj les; Toogoodoo 8 bales; Beaufort 76
THE COTTON MARKET.-Thia article during the
period under review assumed a firmer tone, with
a strong and more healthy aspect, the ratea In
the foreign market befog at lOKd, advanced to
lOKd 9 lb for middling uplands. At New York
pr cea commenced at \9%c, hardened to20#c,
and receded to 20'"'c; while at this point middling
uplands were at 18Xc, and stiffened to l9K@iexc
9 tb. The transactions and prices at Liverpool and
New York during this time were as roi lows: On
Friday, December 16, the former waa firm, up?
lands lOKd, Bales 18,000 bales; the latter waa
quiet at i9#c, sales 1708 bales. On Saturday tbe
former was steady, uplands lOKd. sales- 12,000
oales; the latter was quiet at lfljic, eales 1657
bales. On Monday the former waa strong, up?
lands lo>id, ?ales 16,000 bales; the latter was firm
at 20c, sales 89S3 bales. On Tuesday the former
waa active and armer, uplands io>id, Bales is,
OOO bales; the latter was quiet and steady, up?
lands 20XC sale) 3460.bales. On Wednesday the
former was firm, uplands lOKd, eales 15,000
bales; the latter waa easier at 20>?c, salea 1229
biles. Teaterday the former was Arm, uplands
lO^d, salea 15,000 bales; the latter waa quiet at
QThe movements or cotton In this market for the
week jost terminated were as follows: On Friday,
December 13, there waa a moderate inquiry and
light stock, with a partial Improvement of about
Kc 9 lb; sales 800 bales, Inferior being quoted at
14X@17, ordinary to good ordinary 17X@l8X.
low middling I8>i, middling 18\, at:let middling
ldc V tb. On Saturday there was a good demand
for this article at unchanged prices; sales 1400
bales, inferior belog quoted at 14X@17, ordinary to
good ordinary at 17X@18K, low middling 18K.
middling IS?;, strict midd.lug 19c 9 Us. On
Monday there was a strong and active market,
with prices about Kc @ lb higher; salea 1500 bales,
Inferior being quoted at HK@ir. ordinary to good
ordinary 17X@18><, low middling 18X@18X, mia
diing 18X@19, strict mldd:ing 18Xc * ft. On
Tuesday the article opened Armer, but - became
quiet; sales 1000 bales, inferior being quoted at
14X@17X, ordinary to good ordinary 17K@18K,
low middling 18K, middling 19, strict middling
i9#c ll lb. On Wednesday there was an active
and well sustained demand, the better qualities
being about Kc 9 lb higher; sales near 2000 bales,
inferior beleg quoted atl5@l7K. ordinary to good
ordinary 17)i@18K. low middling 18Xal8%, mid
diing 19Kal9K, strict middling i9Xc ? rb. Yes
terday there was a moderate demand at un?
changed prices; sales soo bales, say 14 at ieX, 15
atl7K, 43atl7X, 28 at 18, 2iati8K, 23ati8X.
40 at 18K. 87 at 18K, 182 at 18&, 5 at 18%, 55 at 19,
ooati9X. 67ati9X, 66atl9K, 4ati9X, 61 on
private terms. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary...-...17K?18K
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivala of ihiB qual?
ity of the staple were to a fair extent, say 820 bags
of sea Islands and Floiidaa for thia time. There
bas been a good inquiry for most qua leles, wi'h
rather a better tone to the market, and somewhat
firmer rates for cotton above 70c, which kinda
are In light supply. The sales for the week were
about 900 baga of Carollnaa and Floridas, among
which were of Carolinas 9 Santees at 40, 6 San tees
at 60, so sea Islande at 46, 28 at 60, 16 at 62K, 8 at
63, 6 at 60, 8 at 63. 16 at 65,15 at 68, 3 at 70, 5 at
75c; or Florklas, 6 at 36, 6 at 37, 90 at 40, 7 at 41,
43 ac 42, 66 at 48, 63 at 46, 4 at 65, 7 at 60, 1 at 65C,
60 on private terms.
RICE.-There were moderate receipts of Caro
lina rough, -being about 20,000 bushels for the
week. There was a good demand, with a steads/
character to the market;, with sales of about 1400
tierces of clean Carolin:!, among which were 7 at
OX, 55 at BX, 303 at eft OS at 6ft, 370 at 7, 88 at
7116,145 at 7ft, eo at 7 s-18, 58 a'- ix, 106 at
7 616, 71 at 7ft, 18 at 7 Kc, 61 on private terms.
Yesterday tbe market was quiet bot Erm; sales
about eo tierces clean Ciro ina, say, 28 at 7, 30 at
TXo ? m. We quote: Common to fair at ex?
6ftc; good 707ftC.
NAVAL STORES.-There were limited supplies
ot these articles cominir forward, say about 376
bbls spirits turpentine i>nd 1812 bbls rosin for this
time. . There has been i, quiet market for spirits
and rather easier rates for rosins, with a limited,
business doing, and sa es of.800 bbls of pale, low
pale and extra No. 1 rosins at j4, $3 76 and $3 so
fl bbl, 500 bbls Btrained and No. 2 at $3 fl bbl.
HAT.-About 320 bal? of Eastern and 50 bales
of North River quain lea came to hand. Sales of
300 bales Eastern descriptions took place at $175
? hundred; also 800 balea, North Paver qualities,
at $1 6501 70 fl hundred.
CORN.-This market has been quiet, with unim?
portant arrivals, say about lsoo bushels from
Philadelphia, and the t ransactions were mostly of
a retail character. Sal ;s or 800 bushels Western
white took place at sic fl bushel, bags Included;
also, soo bushels Western white at ssc fl bushel
OATS.-There were na receipts or sales of note.
PEAS.-In the absence of supplies this market
has been quiet and nominal.
FLOUR.-There waa s good supply or most quali?
ties of this article in t!ie banda of dealers, with
a steady local and interior demand. Northern
and Western sopor may be quoted at $6 26?e 75
fl bbl; extra at fl bbl; family at $8 6009
fi bbl. Southern descriptions are in moderate'
stock, and super may be quoted at (6 50?: fi
bbl; extra at $7 6o?8 50 fl bbl; family at $9@io
fi bbl, and extra family at $io@$n f bbl.
BACON.-The marken bas a moderate stock or
prime meat with a limited demand. Prime smok?
ed shoulders may be qaoted at6?6ftc fl lb ;fprime
smoked clear rib sides at 9ft?10ofl lb; prime
salted sides 7ft07ftc fl ht, and prime salted
shoulders at 5@5Xc f m.
SOGAR AND M OL A ss zs.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to fully fal? Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at 9X@ioc fl m, good to prime grocery
sugars may be quoted at-fl ?b, fair to good
Cubas io.v@nVc New Orleans molasses,
prime new at 66070 c fl gallon. Cuba musco?
vado molasses ma? be quoted at 88c in
h td s and 400 in bbs, and in a Jobbing way at
40&. "; clayed at !3@35c m hhds. and 86?
87c 11 'S; Sugar-hoc se sy r up sells at 180200 In
hhdB, a 22@26o in oarrels.
Cor flt -The artic e ls in moderate request.
Fair to pi ie Bio may be qaoted firm at 20?23c
BUTTER A> R- ARD.- -There ls a fair stock of this
article-fancy osheii may be quoted at 80036c;
New York State, prin e, 25@30c; medium 20025c.
SALT.-Jobbing parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 6601 76 fi sack,
as to alae of lot
INDIA BAGOIKO.-lhere bas been some de?
mand for the country trade, and lots of domes?
tic at 1?X014O. Ludlow at-c.
TIMBER ANO LCM ?KR.-The market ls quiet.
We ?.note timbe:; ror milling purpose?
from $6010. Shipping timber $10015. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from olty mills, cut
to sue, from $18021 ft M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18016; river lumber, $11013; dressed
FRBISHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct,
- on uplands, -on sea Islands; via New York
ftd on uplands, lftd on sea islands; by sall
Xi on uplands, ftd on sea islands. To
Havre lc on uplands. Coastwise-to New Tork,
by steam ftc on upi mas and - on sea islands;
$3 fl tierce on rici!, ooo V bbl on rosin; by sall,
- V lb on cotton; - fl tierce on rice; 60c f bbl
on rosin; $il@i2 fl ti on lumber; $12012 50 fl H
on timber. To Boston, by steam ftc on uplands,
and $2 60 fl tierce ou rice; by sall, -c f tb on up?
lands; rosin 70c; reaawed stuff $12012 60; tim?
ber fia?13 60; phosphate $606 so. To Providence,
by sall, $10 60011 tja H on boards, - c fl Bs on
cotton ; by steam ftc via New Tork. To Philadel?
phia, by ateam, Xa on uplands; $1 76 fl tierce
on rice, eos fl bbl on rosin, $1 on spirits. Tn rongh
bills of ladiog given to Boston, Providence and
the New England cities are regularly issued on
thia route, and dispatch guaranteed. By sall, $8
ft M on boards; $12 on timber;-fl ton OD
clay, and |3 50 on ptoapbates. To Baltimore, by
steam, -c fl rb ; by itali $908 60 fl M on boards:
- on timber; $3 60 fl ton at olty, $404 26 fl
ton np river on phosphate rock. Teasels are In
demand by oar mercbhants to take lumber
freights from Georgetown, 9. c., Darien and Sa?
tina Uiver, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to North?
ern ports, and $10I$12 fl M are rates on lumber
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks are purchas?
ing lalght cheeks on New York at ft fl cent,
off; time billi nominal. They are selling sight
checks at par.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 20?20ft ror 60 daya bills.
GOLD.-The brokera were yesterday buying
and aelllng at 12ft, and selling at 13ft.
Exports for the Wee? Ending Dee. 19.
LIVERPOOL-Per Fr ship BAA Lovett-110 bags
sea island cotton. 2749 bales upland cotton, 85
tons phosphate roct.Per Spanish steamship
Rivera-1467 bales upland cotton.
NEW YORE-Per steamship Georgia-175 bags
sea Island cotton. 1736 bales upland cotton, 20e
tierces rice, 100 bbls naval stores, and 76 packages
sundries..Per steamship Charleston-1012
bales upland cotton, lui tierces rice, 119 bales do?
mes: les, 66 tierces cotton seed, iso bundles staves,
103 pkgs.Per steamship Manhattan-284 bags
sea Island cotton, 998 ales upland cotton, 104
tierces rice, 62 bales domestics, t?97 packages.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-203 bales
cotton. 178 Heroes rice, 616 bbls rosin, 40 casks
clay, 8 bale domestics, 6 bags wool, 10 rolls lea?
ther. 21,092 feet lumber and sundries.Per
brig Mary C Rosevolt-SCO tons phosphate rock,
65,ooo feet pitch pine lumber.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-428
bales cotton, 26 Unces noe, 239 obis naval stores
12 tons Iron,. 158 balea domestics, 26 casks clay
and, au nd rles.Per sehr E F Elmer-206 tons
Iron, 60,000 feet limber.
BOSTON-Per steamship Mercedlta-981 bales
colton, 100 tierces i ice. 95 packages.
CAMDBN, N J-Pe;- sehr Howard williams-235,
000 feet hewn tlmter, 45,800 feet resawed yellow
Stock or Cotton in tne interior Towns
at the Latest Dates.
Augusta.December 13 2,203
columbas.December 13 7.363
Macon.December 13 11.710
Montgomery... December 13 n,9ifl
Selma.December 13 7,178
Memphis.December 13 34,091
Nashville..December 18 4,si9
Tota balea. 78,780
Comparative Kxports or Cotton and tu ce
from til? Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1872, to December 18, 1873.
Si L.Up'd. i Bice
S. I.iCp'd. i Rice
Otaer Br. Porta
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Porta
Total France..? 47
Tot'l N. Europe
W. Indlea, Ac.
Total F. Porta.
Bait, A Nr'folk
Oth. U.S. Porte
338| .... 2S7 ....
8814 ?i??!"???33 '?580
1244 40861 980
2466 .i 88101 2623
8672 . Ill 3439
Kxports or naval stores ana ttomber
from the Port of Charleston, from
September l, 187?, to December 18,
Rio de la Plata
St John's, NB.
Markets by Telegrapn.
LONDON, December 19.
Noon.-Consols SIX? lives 89.
Evening.-Bullion increased a hair million
FRANK PORT, December 19.
Noon.-Bonds 96 x.
Nsw TOBE, December 19.
Noon.-Freights quiet. Stocks, strong. Gold
heavy ac 11 y,. Money Arm at X per cent, d illy.
Exchange-long 9;?hort lox. Cover.menus doll
and steady- State booda doll and ateady.
Evenlog.-Freights steady. Money stringent at
Xo commission, and closed Xo commission.
Sterling advanced; p:lme bankers 9X- Gold lix
aux. Governments cioaed very dutl at XaX
decline. Stales dull and steady.
LIVXBPOOL, December 19.
Noon.-Cotton opened firm; uplands loxd,
La er.-Cotton firm; sales 16,000 bales; Orleans
for December lOXd
Evening.-Cotton closed quiet; uplands io*a [
loxd, orleana lOXd ; for December lOXd.
Nsw YOKE, December is.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; sales 1888 bales; uplands
20Xc, Orleans 20Xc.
Evening,-cotton salea2520 bale?; uplands 20x0;
Orleans 20X; neo receipts 1439; groas 2716. Sales of I
cotton Intares to-day 13,100 balea as follow s ; De?
cember. 19*319 6-iec; January, iR*ai9Kc; Febru?
ary, io>iai8Xc; March, 19Xal9 is-itjc; April, lO^'s
20*c; May, ilOXaioXc.
BOSTON, December IS.
Cotton quiet; middlings 20Xc; gross receipts
626 bales; sales 300; stock 6000.
PHILADELPHIA, December 19.
Colton quiet ; middlings 20.*c.
BALTIMORE, December 19.
Cotton firm; middlings i9Xc; grose receipts
472 bales; exports coastwise 126; sales 600; stock
NORFOLK, December 19
Cotton quiet; low middlings ?sxaiSXe; net re-1
celpts 2349 balea; exporta coaBtwlse i26; salis
100; stock 18,820.
WILMINGTON, December 19.
Cotton quiet ; middling 13>?c; ner. receipt? 276
bales; exports coastwise 079; stock: 30.0
SAVANNAH, December 19.
Cotton firm, with moderate offerings; low mid?
dlings i8*c; middling!. 18X4 net receipts 8784
balen; sales 2241; stock.84.86L
AUGUSTA, December 19.
Cotton in lair demand; middlings lsxc; re?
ceipts 1964 bales; sales 1335; stock not given.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, December 19.
Noon,-BreadatufTs dull. Lard 38s 3d.
NEW YOEE, December 19.
Noon.-Flour dull. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn nominally unchanged. Pork quiet; new
$14. Lard dull; sieam 7Xa8X> Turpentine firm
at 60. Koala firm at $ 3 76.
Evening.-Fiour qulec and ateady. Whiskey
firm ai $1. Wheat, spring ia2c lower; winter un?
changed. Corn steady. Rice quiet at 8a8Xc
Pork dull and unchanged. Lard lower at 7X&
8 3-16C. Naval atores firm. Tallow active at 8X0.
LOUISVILLE, December lu.
Flour firmer; extra family $8 20. Provisions
quiet and easy. Pork nomi H ai ly $12 60. Lard
7Xa8Xc. Wblskey easier at 89o.
Sr. Louis, December 19.
Flour dull and unchanged, with small business.
Corn dall and unchanged. Whiskey higher a. 93c.
Pork $12. Bac jn, notnlng do.ng. Lard, no eales.
CINCINNATI, December 19.
Flour In fair demand at$7 26a7 50. corn un?
changed. Provisions dull and heavy. Pork dull
and nominal, Lard, kettle 7Xa7Xc; Bales 1200
tierces; h team 7a8c; buyers at otoae oner ed 7c.
Bacon steady; shoulders4X?6c; clejr rib sides 8c;
ctear sides 8Xa8Xc: jobcln* Bales only. Whiskey
In fair demand bm lower at 89c.
New Torie Klee Market.
NEW YORK, December 17.
The Dally Bulletin says: There bas been a little
more inquiry for Carolina, but other grades are
doll. We nute sales of 160 bags Rangoon at 7a
7>;c, and 126 tes Carolina at 7Xa8Xc
Ne tr York Naval Stores Market.
' NEW YOKE, December 17.
From the Dally Bulletin: Receipts to-day 1697
bbla rosin, 682 do spirits turpentine, 86 do pitch,
so do tar. Spirits turpentine recovered the de?
pt esslon of saturday, and tho ugo la good de?
mand, with 67c freely bid for merchantable order,
and 68Xc for shipping order, sellers appeared to
be scarce at these ngaree, and but little was done,
? ales 150 bbls at 67c, and small lo s, say about 60
bbla In all, at 58a58xe. The market for strained
robins broke to-1 ay, andfota or 500 bbls were free-1
ly offered at $3 76 without buyers. We quote at
$3 60a3 66, and note a Bale or 300 bbla good strain?
ed at the inside price. Fine grades or rosin con?
tinue dull and depressed. Sales 116 bbls Ko 2 at
$3 80, and 60 bbls No l at $3 90. Tar quiet and
unchanged. Pitch lower.
WILMINGTON, December 17.
SPIRITS TDRPENTINB.-sales of 126 casks at
64a55c per gallon for Southern packages. Also a
sale of 5 casks reported at 56c per gallon for New
York packages. Markets strong at Mc.
ROSIN.-salea of 200 bbls strained at $3. and
200 at $3 for strained and No. 2 mixed. Market
qU<jRODETUHPENTiNE.-Salea of 442 bbls at $4 76
for virgin and yellow dip, and $3 for bard, a de?
cline o? 26c since last reports. *aEKe^ul?rtAl.
TAR.-Sales or 43 bbls at $3 per bbl. .Market
Interior Cotton Markets.}
COLUMBIA, December 13.
In consequence of the lamentJ?thei?there
bas been little doing in cotton. We quote mid?
dlings at lac. CAMDEN. December 18.
The market considering the bad weather, haa
been very active, and prices have ruled high We
ouotezood to strl' t middlings from 18X toi8XC.
sales 333 baled; shipments Baree time 620.
UBANOKBUBO, December 17.
Middling cotton la quoted at 17X to 18c; STlct
middling 18X tol8X
* EWBEBBY, December 17.
Cotton ls quoted at I8xc.
SPART AN BUBO, December 17.
Cotton ls quoted at 17Xc,
ABBEVILLE, December 18.
Cotton,-la quoted at 17xe.
ANDERSON, December 16.
Cotton ls selling at from i6xai7Xc.
MACON, December IT.
We note no change in the market to-day, but
quote: clean rad l6Xai7. ordinary 16Xal7; good
ordln-try 17X. low middlings 17X. middlings 18X
The receipts to day were 638 balea; shipments 23i;
sales 447 bales.
COLUMBUS. December 17.
The cotton market showed a good demand and
closed quiet. Ordinary J6Xal6)ic, good ordinary
17*al7X. low middlings, 17Xal8c, middlings
l8xal8X: salea 713 bales; receipts 312bales; ship?
ments 547 bales. ^
MONTGOMERY, December 17.
The market ls firm- Ordinary l?XC good ordi?
nary 17X, strict good ordinal y 17X. WW midd Hog
17Xal8, middling 18X
KEW YOEE-Per steamship Wey b08set-666 bale8
upland cotton.Per steamship South Carolina
-1624 bales upland cotton, 289 bags searlsiand
cotton, ?75 tierces rice, 36 baleB domestics and 65
BABCKLONA-Per Spanish bark Elvira-884 bales
Receipt* per Railroad, Dlcember 17.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1414 bales cotton, 84 bales goods, 650 bbls floor,
(cars stock. To Railroad Agent, GT A Hopley A
;o, W o Courtney A co, Street, Bros A co, Lefsrue
k Wells, Quackenbosh, Ea till A co, Tledenmnn.
balder A co, J N Robson, c?mpsen A co, JOH
Jlauesen, Wagener A MonBees, F D 0 Kracke, D
Bud a son. Bollmann Bros, OP Wietera, Topper
i Son, Steffens, Werner * Ducker, Trenbolm A
?on, W o Bee A co. W B Smith. A co, A J Sa?
inas. Sloan A geignions, B H Frost k co.o H
Walter A co, R o .-barp, O W Williams A co.
Williams Black A Williams. Wlss k co. Pelzet,
Rodgers A co, Reeder A Davis, W B Williams A
Sou, Kinsman A Howell, R Mure k ce, Wardlaw
IE Carew. L- D u es anas or e. Pringle A Son. AS
smith. W K Ryan, Crawley A Dehon, 0 A Grac?
ier, WP Dowling.
NOBTHBABTKHN B AILBO AD.
293 balea upland cotton, 14 bags sea Island cot?
on, 154 bbls rosin. 16 bbls spirits turpentine,
?rs umber, mdsel Ac To Railroad Agent, Frost
k co, w K Ryan, Mowry A Son, A J Salinas, G a
walter A co, (laidwell A Son T P Smith, A 8
Smitn. w c Courtney A co, Wnlldeu A Jones,
Trenbolm A Son, F O Mey. Bavenel A co, A B
Mulligan, Pelzer, .Rodgers A co, J M Thompson,
Mnrdaogh A Weekley, W C Bee A co, Witte Bros,
0 R Holmes, J N Robson, Kinsman A Howell S D
Stoney. Stoney A Lowndrs. Gaillard A Minott, E
wei lng, Railroad Agent, Order, and others.
Per steamer Olty Point, from Psmtka; via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina ano savannah-E Buck, D
JoDes and wife, Mr Normt, Kr Wilkinson, F Ma
theaen and wife, 8 A Leake, and loo on deck.
MARINE NEWS. .? : > ,?
CHARLESTON,, H. G... .DECEMBER 18,187?.
uat aa ? leg 40 min 83 seo. | Lon 7?deg 67 mm27 seo
A RBI VED YESTERDAY. '
Sehr F st Clair, Edwards, Steelman, Wilming?
ton, Del-8 days. Guano. To TO Boag.' ,
steamer City Point, Fitzgerald, Palatka, via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and havannah, aa
bales cotton, l wagon, loo pkgs fruit, 16 packages
mdse. To Ravenei A co, Witte Bros, Piackney
Bros, T P Smith, Framer A DIU, WM. Bird A co, I
H Mn-ray; J H Elliott, Wardlaw A OafftW, P B
Lalane A co, Dr ? H Kellers H Gibbs, So Ex Co,
w B Williams k Son, Reeder A Davis, Stoney A
Lowndes, w M Lawton A son, Geo H Ix graham A
sehr Minnehaha, Swinton, Oombahee. 270O
bushels rough rice. To W O Bee A co
Sloop. Em- raid, -,' from Ashepoo. 1840
bushels rough rice. To R Roper.
Sloop Ailee,-.from Bsh?poo. 180 bushels
rough rice. To R Roper.
Boat from Church Flats. 8 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To B Roper.
Received from Onlaolm'a M11L 181 tes rica. To
Stoney A Lowndes.
Received from Bennett's Min-us tierces rice.
To G H Ingraham A Son and D Jennings A Sen.
ra THE OFFING.
A spanish bark, supposed to betas Manuela,
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
Wagner, Huger A co, WA Courtenay.
steamship Weyboaset, Bolger, New York-Ja?. '
Adger k co.
^spanish bark Elvira, filbert, BarcetoB^-jf P
steamship south Carolina, Beckett, New York.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Mercedles, u?rihm|n at Button,
December if. > . ,
UP FOB THIS^POBT."
Br bark Blomedon, Shaw, at Demorara, Decem?
ber l. . ,
CLEARED FOB THIS PORT.
Sehr Estelle Day, Casey, at Philadelphia, De?
The Br bark Csuarea, Dunlop, for Joli River, a
0, cleared at Demerara, November 29.
The sehr ann A Susan, Podger, for Georgetown.
S 0, via Turk's island, was at St Pierre, Mar, No?
vember 14. . . T ?f
The brig R s Hassell, Hodgdon, from Charlea?
ron arrived at St Thomas November SS, and sailed
prior to December 25 for Mayagues.
The sehr caroline Gray, Prim, from George?
town, s c, was at st Tnomaa, Deeamber e.
' The Spanish bari Pepita, Escoto, for Bull River,
S C, sailed from Havana December a, L;
A letter received at Baltimore, from Oajt Baker,
by one of the owners of the schooner J PFarland.
from < h aries ton for Boston, ashore at Hatteras,
at ?es that the vessel had sunk ont or sight In th?
aand, and would be a total loa J; masts still stand.
List of Shipping
IN TH* PORT 07 CJXARLB8TON, DICKUkB19.
feasels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the state, excepted. '
Rivera, (Spanish) -tons, Aurteueche, In the
stream, for Liverpool, ready-WP Han.' rv i ?
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger?s wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
Onir Stream, - tons. Hunter, at Brown St oo*s
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Cou*.
Maryland', 631 tons, Johnson, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-Paul 0 Trenbolm. ,
Weybossett, 710 tons, Bolger, at Union wharf, for
New York, ready-J Adger A ca.
leland Home. (Br) 750 tons, sinclair, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Intrepid, 1200 tona Simmons, at Union wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-street, Bros A ce. - r -
Richard III, 986 tins, Hubbard, at Boyce A
Co's wharves, for Liverpool, loading-Street,
Bros & co, . .
A A E Lovett, (Br.) - tons, Mullen, ia tbe
stream, for Liverpool, ready-Geo A Tren.
holm A 8nn. _ .
Uncle Joe, 780 tons. Kendall, at Vanderhorat'a
wharf, for Havre, loading-0 N Hubert
Ida Lilly, 767 tons, Otis, at Union wu arr, for
Liverpool, loading-E willis.
BARKS. " *>
Ciscar, (Span) - tons, Mor J sues, In the stream,
from cieufaegoa-W P HalL
Investigator. 698 tons, Ford, at Union wharf, for
Liverpool, loading -Cohen k Well?.
Fille de l'Air, 416 tons, Brown, at Accommoda?
tion Mhirf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry
Magnet, (Br) 625 tonB, Brown, at Atlantic wharf, J
for Liverpool, loading-Gibbes A Barn we IL
Providencia, (Span) - tona, Juan, at Atlantic
wharf, from Rarcelona' discharging-W P
Jerome Jones, - tonB, Kinney, at Boyce A co's
wharr, for Amsterdam, loading-Lesesne A
Wells. - *
Auguste,* (German.) - tons, Onderbjrg. st
Boyce* Co's wharf, fora pott on .the North
Sea, loadlog-Leaeane A Wells'
Elvira, (Spanish.) - tons, Slbert at Central
wharf, for Barcelona, ready-W P Hall.
J B Duffus, (Br) - tons. Killara, at Atlantic -,
wharf, for Bremen, ioadlog-B 0 Wilkins/"
Walter," 443 tons, Berry, in Ashley Elver, for
Boston, loadng-M Goldsmith A son.
Neptun, (German.) - tons, Ploghoft, at Atlantic
wharf, ror Bremen, loadlpg-Geo A Hopley
Freihandel, (German,) - tons, Waobter, at
Kerr's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-O O
Wem worth, (Br) 676 tons, Robb.ns, at Boyoe A
. co's wharves, for Amsterdam, loading-Geo A
Hopley A co.
Nlmroud, (Br) 825 tons, Phillips, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Gibbes A BaxnwelL
EmlL (German,) - tons, Schuylken, at Southern
wharr, from Milk uiver, Jamaica, waiting
Jcs A Enalow A co.
San Antonio, (Span) - tonB, Duran, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Ball.
Segundo Romano, (.-pan) - tona, Carreras, at
Brown A co's wharf, from Matanzas,-W P
Gambia, 245 tomi, Guley, at Central wharf, from
. Rockport, Me, discharging-A McCobb, Jr.
Santona, (Span) - tons, Oerion? In the stream,
from Guayanlila, Just arrived-R More A co.
Hellos. (Swedish) - tons, Holm, at VanderhoraT*
wharf, from Stockholm, discharging-J E
Adger A co. ~
Mary c Roosevelt, -tons, Roberts, m the
stream, for Baltimore, ready-A J Creighton.
F St Clair Edwards, - tons, Steelman, at Atlan?
tic wharf, from Wilmington, Del, discharging
-T G Boag.
E L Fretheren, 85 tons, Thompson, at Union
wharr, rrom Mayaguez, P R, discharging-0
Bart k co. ._. _
Bella Russell, - tons, Smith, at Central wharf,
for Jacksonville, ready-K K Sweegan.
Gov Boron. 205 tons, Jones, st Central wharf,
for Jacksonville, ready-E F Sweegan.
M E Smith, 2J2 tons, Green, lu Ashley River, for a
Northern port, loading-Cohen k Wells.
Traveller, 17a tons, Hodges, at Central wharf,
for - sw Orleans, loading-T Tupper A Son.
Jennie E Simmons. - tons. Young, at central
wharf, for Baltimore, loading-Conen A Wells.
Hattie Turner.-tons, Turner, In Ashley Elver,
from St Jokn's Bay, Me, discharging-Cohen
Florence Rogers, -r- tons, at Adger's wharf, foe
New YorK, loa ? tug-Roach A Moffatt.
J D Paige,-tons, Haley, In the stream, for a
Northern port, ready-Cohen A Wells.
Index.-tons, Garrison, at Marshall's wharf,
for New York loading-Street, Bros A co. .
Mary, - tone, Gilchrist, m Ashley blver, for
west indies, load ng-J A Enslow A co.
B F Lowell, - tons, Falker, in ash'ey River,
for a Northern port, loading-A J Creighton.
J H Stickney, 260 tons, Fooks, at Central wharr,
for Baltimore, loading-street, Bros A co.
Sehr Albert Thomas. - tons. Rose, lo Ashley
River, from Baltimore, ready-Street Bros
jy^OISE'S HOBSB AND CATTLE POW=
DE RS. The best m use. It bas proved most val
nable in the care of the prevailing horse epidemic.
DO WI E, MOISE A DAVIS,