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_ _CHABLESTOff 17AILY NEWS....OECEMBER 6, 1865.
WKPXK8DAY MORNING, DECEMBER G, 1805." :
QL?.CE BAY. C D.?Dr bark Fijarleso?COO tons Coal, to !
A Gotty k Co.
?RW YORK, VIA WILMINOTON-Sclir Robert Cold-,,
w?>H ?20 balos Upland Cotton. 3G1 bundle? Paper, 34
packages Furuiture" GO tons Sand BaUast, 5 bales .
Till". CHARLESTON HAUKCT.
Tuesdat, December 5.
OOTTON.?Wojiuvo no chango to report ii: our cotton
market; wo thoroforo continue previous quotations, viz:
?So. Ko 4fic. for middling, 47c. for strict middliug, und
*Sc. for good middling. ,
New Voris ItlnrUets.
Th? Now York Herald of the 2d hist, reports that tho
gold ma rkct WMinactive but utcody, and seven percent,
wan paid for having coin carried. Tim ojiuiiuik prico
?w Jl?, and the only variation WM an advaucu to l?S'?,
at which it stood at the clone of business.
Foreigu es change was diUl. ?Junkers' bills at Sixty
days woro quoted at 109 <fi) ,'?'. an l 110'i at uliort sight.
Oommor eUU bills continuo Bcsrcc, end in demand?t 108
Th?? Now York Evoniug Tost of the 2d huit, mentions
that tho loa n market is active, but well Huppltal at 7 "p
cent. Commercial payer ia not offoriut! bo freely, au?l
tho doraand is increasing.
Of specie to day tho Not?- York takes out ?87,ii()0, and
tho C\ -y of London none.
Foreign Exchange Is firm but dull. Rills at CO days
on London are quo tod at 108,'?(?in08J? for commercial;
TWIW109 y for bankors' : do. at suort sight 110>,'@lio y ;
Pari? at 00 layo, B.ttJt'QS.U.M!, do. at Bbert Bight,
V01UB.- Tho marlot lor State and Wertem flour ruled
LnoaUvo, .and prlcca declined 0c.(<i>20c. on all brands ; but
principally ou tho lower grades of unsound, tho Block
of which was very heavy. Tho saleB were about 7000
bbl*. at our revised subjoined quotations, tlic market
alet?Ajj heavy at tho decline, southern Hour wns in
moderate demand, but prices woro also in buyer's favor.
The sales woro 4G0 bbls. Canada flour was dull and
drooping, the market closing 5c.(?pl0c. lower for aU
grades. The Bales were conUued to 200 bbls. Rye dour
w?a inactive. Com meal was steady, with further sales
of 40? bbls. Brandywino at $4.50. Wo quoto:?
Btujotbuis and Western Flour.$7 CD & 8 00
EsTra State. 8 25 0 8 40
Choice Stato. 8 45 D 8 00
CWniruon to medium extra Western ....... 8 Mm 8 50
- r?tra round hoop Ohio.8 80 O? 9 00
wl*h*-?: trade brands. 9 00 @i 10 75
Bray and extra 6?.10 10? 15 50
Common Canadian. 8 25 O 8 40
Tho inquiry for wheut was hmited, and prices do.
dined fully lc. Tho sales were only 30,000 bushels, ai
?2 tu tor new amber State, $1 82 for amber Milwaukee,
XI 73 (rf> $175 for Milwaukoo club, ond SI 12 @ $1 75 foi
Chicago spring. Thu com market wus also lcaa active,
4ad priocs were eomowhat, though not noticeably lower
TV> talcs embraced 80,000 bushels, at 90c. ? 9lc. f - un
sound, and 95c. <&: 9Gc. for sound mixed Western. Thi
transactions iu oats were to a very moderate estent, am
pricoa ruled lower. Tho sales wcro at 48c. @ 53c. foi
onroundL and COo. 0. O4o. for sound.
Cotton.? Receipts 2927 bales. Tho market continue?
iSaU and prices ruled even more irregular, closing en
ttrely nominal, with holders anxious to realize Th<
?Ale? were about 2300 balcB, at our quotations, as fol
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N. O.dM.
Ordinary.37 ?7 38 38
UiddUng.GO 5? 5l 61
<Jood Middling....52 52 63 53
Cores?: was rather quiet; but prices were sustained
ajtid thn market closed firm at our last quotatlous. Tb
?retient stock couBists oi 35,6>.IC bags Rio, 4760 do. Cuba
'X& do. ?lamaica, G30 do. Laguayra, 523 do. Maracaibc
213 do. Angostura, 200 do. Mexicuu, 10? do. African am
43 ?lo. ?iavaniUa. Total, 43,031 bags.
Hay oontlnued in fairly activo demand at full pneof
City balo sold at 7fic.(?83c, and shipping sold at C0c.<?
?S6c, the market ehiHitigsloady.
Nvvai. 8ie?8>?Wore without important chango i
*ny deportment. Rosius, if anything, were rath?
weaker, ?trainedruUngJiao.?Sec, u buyer?' favor; othi
qualities wcro nominaUy unchanged. Wo noto sales <
1300 hblH. common, per 280 pounds, part, if not an, i
$7 ; AW do. strained at $7.37 }i@ 8, 400 bbls. No. 2 at S
@U, 320 bbls. No. 1 at flS&lB, and about 400 bbl
?>rlmo pole, including small lota Virginia, ut $19@2
*"*r wuH weaker and something lower, with Bales of 5?
bob?., including OU orondw. at Sl<"" 6. as hi quality; stoc
large and Increasing. Fitch wan In alead? ?ooj dw?
at previous prices. Sales of about 400 bbls. at $7(#
Spirits Turpentine were somewhat firmer, with sales i
OB? bbls. mostly at ILOSftLlO, the market closing i
tb.e latter rate. Crudo ?lo. was in small demand at S3.!
&Jfl per bbl. of 280 lbs.
Bun.?We noto salos of 30 tierces prime Cuolina I
li\e..(H13yc. Some common grados weru offered at 19,Hj
3Titb?ut selling. Rangoon was held at V?c.f&V?c}i. V
?fiLTii of no eales.
SaXiT.?Eulk wus rather quiet, but pricoa were wit!
ant mttoriol e&aoge. Suck was iu good jobbiug roque
at full prices. We quote (stor?> rates) Ashton's S4.7
Kirs?iail'M $4, and Liverpool ground S2.a0(ji.f2.40.
iargo Turk's Island, on bark lloUaud, comprising 111
i biihhels, sold ou private terms.
Si.a.iK was firmer uudcr on improved domand, son
bottlers asking au advance. The sales were 20o h lid
Kartinlque, at 12.lj@13o.; 378 hhds. Porto Rico, at 12
f&lKc, and 50 hhds. Cuba muscovado, at 14c; also 23i
i boxea Havana, mostly averaging No. 10, part at 131.;.
114a., but mainly on ?iri\ate terms. Roflned was slight
?rmer, with a better demand.??Veto l'ork Herald, '.
WILMINGTON. December 1? C P. M.?Business t
Jsty has bien vory inactive, and but few trausactio:
'aAvn taken place.
Oottom.?We quote tho sale of a small lot of goi
middling at i.V\
Stultts TtrapimriMK.?No sales.
- Onrrnx Turpentine_Salos of 77 bbla. at $5.25.
TCxtt.?"We. quote sales of 100 bbla. at $3.15.
TnuKn.?Sales of 4 rafts good mill at $14@$tG, am!
?Ut infer? or mill at $12 V> M.
1*? steamship Quaker City, from New York.?
S'eaeo, Mrs W Pease, M?hh M E Peaso, M Freucb, 1
Ue?Tefl, H Redmond, L O Pratt, Jos PurceU, Capt Th
FjiK?wood, C K Huger, J C Egan, air Frask, Mr llosfoi
^lOiMackey, Mr Mlddhdon, A King, O ?Jusdorff, Tli
SToyer, i Lynch, O W Smith, W J Barn, R A OaU, F V
-a?uatoD, 3 Orumko, T Cordes, J Hellen, F W Oteen a
? children, Mr Neu fier, C H Higgins, Mrs Lopes, nui
.sxA 3 children. Miss Fannle L Cook, Miss Latinio
i?r*U, Mr Cottinel and family, Mrs Willing ton, Alex
Vcwmin, S 8 Sherwood, Oeo R Cathcart and wlfo, 1
-oad Mrs Chas Durfco, Mr and Mrs Jas Donagkue, a
txlters in tho steerage.
Consignees per Nortltcaatern Rallrontl,
, December 'i, 1 und 3.
243 bales Upland Cotton, 250 bbls Naval Stores, c
?TLrniturc, Lumber, pieces of Ordnance, baka Wo
Orain. itc. To L E Thomas, 1? OiJi van, OuUlard ?: .'
iWtt, Dukes it Co. T Street, J H Raggett k Co, 1) Oilla
.SThomas, O W.Williams A Co, Marshall, Utuch k (
a Q Pinckney, Fuss k Mlntz, H W TlRon', 8 Howard
if Itodgero k Co, Oraeser k Smith, Colcock, McCallo'
JMWltiy, MowTy A: Co, JiiJD Kirkpatrick, T C Gallic?
?f n. All ston, Hart k Co.
nisr.s. i sr/w.
moon l mo
?IIAfrKS Of TUE MOON. -,
3Tuil K. 3d, lb. 'i&m. even. INew AT. 17th,llh. 2?a.mi
.S?i Q. 9th, Ch. 42m. ovea. jFiwl Q. 25th, 71i. Onv mo
0.. C I 1.
... MARINE. NBW^,
?? o iinTTr?^i??rAi??ru s~to?t
AralvcU Yesici?lny. ijje
_atuarashlp Quaker City, Wait, New York?left 8at
xay- Van, Xo llavencl k Co. Adama Express Co,
*rw*tI?'"g Ai Co, llavndtu Expros.i Co, Adams, i'roi
?-?, O D Ahrens, Austin k Alb^e, Abele. Myors k Ce
-X Aiuiuc, AlU:cn. Noyes k .Inbubton, C II Wright. H
??*~,,;.A,lS,U)B k Dmboij. h ?lachorr & Co, w r tars
i"? 1 * T O Hudd. M UcriiUtlm, T W Oreen, R M 5
???ir ?? ?if 2?? ?'barlostou Hotel, O W Whlldcn,
msSiXSt' n,H "J1",?*1,1* & Co? ??rukmoyer k Moffult,
Hriatol B?tefc.V*?f.*-niach..ff,BU^l Bros, T
* S i Si?n? nLJ-'^UUHon' A WHUwgeB, W M Ihr
-kTit^Ar^^'^e^V^' >VJ Bennett. Qu
- ??nai S?^' T ,Cro.lgl T,">??"'y * Co, Mrs Tanl
?a. Jie^' 7 Hulzbachor, W Unrnoy, t'uhu, Krib
?Oa. J A ?3?Dok k Co, EL, Culdwcll, (,co 8 Cook J <
CUuseou, 1 Commlns. Camerou. Jia\iley & Co T?r
J (^>?grovo. H Cobla k Co, Clark fc Umber aw n?
SS Cahill ft Co T W Covdox.. I. C?S%m W?%
-?berg k Co. W Young, D ft J Cantcrf "wes ?rake
Dovorcaux. Hopaoa k Sntpheo, Orady k Kcrpuaon. C Q
Duckcr, Deyheu A Bnkor, O UaviH k Co, Howo, Douciu
k Co, J A F PnwBon, F II Duc, K L DcirJiig A- Co. 3 li
Duval k Ron, B Doschcr, L Davis. It Dougls? A Co. A W
Eckell, W H Easterby, F Eolebnan, Mr? Flerclng, Porbcn
A Oillnian, I> V firming k Co, Fraser k 1V1I. Frost k
Co, C H Franke. LOanibrill. H OordtH A Co, J J Qmn.
.1 Orovor, JAD Oretzoii, H ?Hllihuid. It C Oi'lain,' O W
t? k Co. W flurncy, A Uctty ft. Co, II Harria, Uilt?u ACo,
Uunt Drop, Von Holten, Tiiinacn A Co, F Honey, ilur
hamp k Co, W Mancher A Co, H I) Harrison, Sr. A H>
Haydcn, H Harbors, Hort A Co, Harn k Sher^airnnir,.
J Hilton, JctiiilituH, Thomllnaon ACo, II Jager, I W IIk
Co, Johnsons k Whiting, A II Isaacs, ? A C Jolnwon, A'
Rung, King A Goodricb. Kenneth, McLca A Co, J KIn_r
A Co, H Klatto & Co, T Kelly, F Krcescl, P C Kerrigan,
W Kinsman, Kin? ft Coasldcy. Kinsman Bros, H KeroC
Lanrey A Alexander. C Lilicutbal, N Levin. Jr. D ?llion
thal, L Lntzbaclicr k Co, E Lafvttr, O II LiiiHtedi; Mnr
Luvy, II Laubereaux, ? Little A Co, C Lttzghl, I? Lyons
A Co, Melcher ft Mullor, C II Miot, T Murphy. Morgan
Bros, \V McComb A Co, E II Mark k Co, J Marion, O
Mattster, Mantouo A Co, F It Mcaglian. North, Mcc'.oA
Wardcll, 1$ O'Neill, 0 A NeutTur. A Nachmau, Nathan A
Ottolengui, J F O'Neill A Hon. ? F Fond, C F Panknin,
H T Feako, Polit ft Harden, H Hogar, F Pnck-aber, J
Pnrcoll, D Paul A Co, Pond A ?-.mean, 11 Quilty, R B
Rhott, W A Rook, Kobiuaon, R_cklock A Co, W Haben
Klein, J ? iioliwm, Kopcr A t?touev, Itavoiiel A isurr.
woll, J R Read A Co, A Stcflln A t?o, Styles A Carter, F
Von Sauten, T Htrcct, Rtcliiinuynr ft Sou. L Schnell A Co,
O W SteOeiiH ft Co, J Small, V. B Stoddard A Co, D II
Kilcox, 0 Hierck A Co. T btccl, Kuba A Co. T Stcnbouijc,
W A Skrino, O Fricduinn, J UTogni, ,J Spnnccr Terry, T
Tnnpet A Sonn, Tuft A Rowland, IHTurbardt A Caropsen.
J M l_8on, J Van Winkle, O W Wlllianm k Co, W O
Wliilden A Co. I, W?ato_. Wagner, Heath A Mcnsres, F
Wilni.in, W A Warabiiu, Willie A Chlaolm, C W Wlcking,
O Wtchira. W hi Remore ft Go, W White, .J Wiley. C I.
<?iiilliiiiiiiiu', L Welskopt, ?V HeattUi A t!o, Vance. StrausB
A Co, II Marco, T F I lam?an. J McMahon. A W lockern.
McKay A Campbell, O Cohon, and a Hart, Sr. Strong
southerly wtaila ?hiring the whole passage,.
Br Bark Fearless, Patrick, Olacc Soar, C B., 11 days
Coal. To P P Lock?, and A Oettv A Co.
Bark Tuscano, Hkllllng, Bath, Me., 10 days. Hay. To
Oco A Locks A Co.
Steam tug Hun Flower, Farnsworth, Now York, for
Now Orkans, put in for a Biipply of coal. To H F Baker
Cleared Yesterday. [Dec. S
Sehr Hobt Caldwcll, McConnack, New York, via Wit
mlngton, N O.?W Roach.
Steamer Sun Flower, Farnawortb, New Orleans?H F
Bukor A Co.
Went to Sea. Yesterday. [Dec. ?
Sehr M S Reeves, Culleii, Georgetown, S. C.
IPer SteaiTisliip and Sa?JL.
1 _f\ f\ BBLS. EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR
?.\J \J 99 l.blB. Extra Flour
100 bbls. Superfine Flour
145 bbla. Huper Flour
126 M il h. Fino Flour
60 bblB. No. 1 Mackerel
60 ubis. No. 3 Mackerel
46 hallbbl?. No. 1 Mackerel
40 half bbla No. 2 Mackerel
20 quarter bblfl. No. 1 Mackorel
25 quarter bbls. No. 2 Mackerel
25 kits No. 1 Mackerel
_U0 bbla. Potatoes
26 kegs Butter
25 hade Molassos
10 boxea Bacon Sides
10 tierces llama
10 bhdB. Hams
6 hhda. Baopu Shouldera
6 tierces Bacon Strip?
20 bbls. Crushed Sugar
25 bbls. Powdered Sugar
20 bblB. Claritlod Coffee Sugar
2U bbU. Brown Sugar
20 sacks Coffoo
400 sacks Liverpool Salt
10 sacks Bplcea
-00 boxea assorted Family Soap
250 boxos Fancy Soap?Colgate's
75 boxes Candles
/ 60 boxes Starch
20 dozen Brooms
60 boxes Mustard
20 boxes Black Tea
60 colls Manilla Rope
2G colls Hemp Ropo
2(10 boxes Tin?aSHorled
100 coils Iron Wire
20 coila Lead Pipo
20 dozen Hutchcia
16 dozen H?mmere v
? dozen Wood-Saws
40 dozen Collins' Axes
15 ?lozeu Looking Glasses?assorted
300 M Segars?assorted
76 rcaaia Foubicap 1-per
60 reams Letter Paper
ir, reams Noto Paper
10 boxes Ink
And a desirable lot Carriage Trimmings
For sale by ARCHIBALD OETTY A CO.,
Nos. 126 aud 128 Meeting-street,
December C Warehouses Noa. 63 and 66 Haaol-st.
LIVERPOOL SALT AFLOAT.
rriA SACKS IN SPLENDID SHIPPING ORDEJ
tj \J \J Lauding this day and for salo from the wha:
by THADDEUS STREET,
December C No. 74 East Bay.
1 A A A 8ACK8 LIVERPOOL 8ALT, NOW LAN
J-UUvJ INO per bark "Florence Chiptnan." F
salo low from the wharf by
JOHN KINO A CO.,
December 0 wfmil No. 88 Hasel street.
OF 8UPERI?R QUALITY, CARGO OF BARK Tt
CANO. For B&lo'by
GEORGE A. LOCKE & CO.,
December 6 3 No. 171 East Bay,
LARD, BUTTER AND CANDLEI
JDST RECEIVED, PER STEAMER?
Tubs LARD, Extra Leaf
Tuba Butter ?
Boxes Adamantine Candles, hydraulic pressed
Boxes English Dairy Choose. At
F. CONNER ft CO'8.,
December 6 _3_No. 76 East Bay
4_- CONSTITUTION WATER.? CONSTITUTK
WATER, the only known remedy for Diabetes, 8tone
ko Bladder, Calculus, Gravel, Brick Duat Deposit, a
Mucuoua or Milky Discharges, Irritation of tho Bladd
Inflammation of the Kidney, Catarrh of the Bladder.
Tho astonishing success which has attended this
valuable medicine renders it the most valuable one e
discovered. No language can cqnvey an adequate 1<
Of tho immediate and almost miraculous change wh
It occasions to tbo debilitated and shattered system.
fact it stands unrivalled as a remedy for tho pcrman
cure of tho maladie? Above-mentioned, and also DIA]
TES, IMPOTENOV, 1.088 OF MUSCULAR ENERl
PHYSICAL PROSTRATION, INDIGESTION, OLE]
and every disease any way connected with the dlaor
Persons, if conscious of any weakness, should take
CONSTITUTION WATER; whether broken down by
cobs, \\cak by nature, or Impaired by sickness, the
strung aud relaxed organization 1b at once rebracod,
vlvltlcd aud built up. Well may tills celebrated reiu
bo called tho MEDICAL WONDER.
The stooping, trembling victim of depression and
bllity bocomes a now man; he stands erect, he nu
with a Arm step; his mind, whloh was previously a
in gloom of an almost Idiotic apathy, beoomea brl
and activo, and ho goes forth regenerated, cenadou
new vigor. The medicine reaches the constitution iti
and restores it to Its normal couditlon.
For these, disc?sea it Is truly a sovereign rcmody,
too much canuot bo said in its praise. A Blugiedoso
been known to rolievo tho most urgent symptoms.
It in these cuaeB, and you will give your pralso to C
MALES OR FEMALES, ?to you troubled with that
trussing pain lu tho small c the buck, and through)
l?ps? "Constitution Wale.*' will rclieveyou likeina
For salo by all Druggists. Price $1.
W. H. OBEGO k CO., Proprietor
MORGAN k ALLEN, Oeneral Agenta, No. 40 C
alrcct. New York, ' 6111a_September
"?ar~HILL'S HAIR DYE-FIFTY CEN?
BLACK OR BROWN_Instantaneous In effect, roll
for natural appearance, beauty of color and durabfu
also tho cheapest and best In use. Dopot, No. CO J
street, cornor of William street. Now York, and sol?;
Druggists and Fanoy Ooo-i Stores everywhere.
November 29 6n
J03- AWAY WITH SPECTACLE8?OLD El
made new, without Spectacles, Doctor or Medic
Pamphlet mailed free on receipt of ten cents. Add
E. B. FOOTE. M. D., No. 1130 Broadway, New York.
IN BONI? OK DUTY PAID.
JOST ItECHIVF.D, PER BAKK FLOIWNCK CHIP
MAN, from Eiiropo, a consigriuiont' of vory BU
l-RBOR BRANDY and GIN, in caw and ?yaartir cask?.
A pu/ich?-on of very OLF> SCOTCH 1VHISKY.
Tho?ttcritlon ofcoiinolam;ur?, aivl the public, gen? rail-',
are respectfully solicited.
JOHN F. O'NKILL A HON,
Decombertf wfn?6- No. 107 liaat Bay.
JUST RECEIVED, PER STJKAMKR ORAN ADA l FR?>M
Now Yor!:, a choice fcupply ce FAMILY GROCE
RIES, <-onnistin^ of :
BUGAR.OURHD HAMS, BTRIFBA_ON
Smoked Bcci'hnd Biiflal<i>Tt><ip?.??i
?uperior nrllolo ol Piokltd Biwfl. in J_ bbi??., for
Choleo Gosl.en Butter
Pineapple an 1 iF.ngltttli Driry Oheeae
Kclf-ralBlng PInurand Buckwhoat
Split Peas. Peart Burlov
Sugar, Cofloo and Tea, of all qualttiU?
No. 1 Mackerel,' in kit?
Pickled Salmen, Ac.
GUAVA JELLY and MARMALADES
Frouch. and Wont Lidia Proiiorves, in thtlr own
Juie o, Ac, Ac.
BasketH. Brooms, Tubs, Ac. ko.
For sain I ij N. LEVIN. Jr.,
_ J>ecouib?_ . 0 ws2 Nos. 104 and IOC Market iitrcct.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
Merchai its and Bankers, Charleston, S. C.
1 fifi? i C<)I?'S HEMP AND MANILLA ROPE
L VJ VM ./ 200 bales Gunny Bas plug and Twin?
1000 kega Nalla, msortud sizes
300 bble. OoflVo HugarH, A, B and C
200 baga Rio and Java Coffee
100 bbla. MoIukhch and Syrup
200 boxen Adamantine and Sperm Candle?
100 bbla. Flour
100 bbls. White Wine and Cider Vinegar
100 bbls. Copperas, Blue Stone and Epsom
3000 bbls. Jarvis' Inland (luano
Soda, Segar*. Tobacco, Mackerel
Starch, Spices, Ac , Ac.
BA.'NK NOTES, 8TERLINO AND NEW YORK
Exchange, bought and sold'.
p? comber 4_ mwf?2
SV/GAR, COFFEE, BUTTER AND
f f\(~\ BBLS. CLARIFIED SUGAR
.JLKJkJ 20 bbls. Cruohed Sugar
60 bags Rio CoCTco
76 firkins New York 8_.o Butter
60 -rkins Family Lard
60 boxes Cheese
300 bbls. Flour, Extra and Super
20 bbls. Heckor'H ?elf-Raising Flour
600 boxes Hcnknl Herrings
200 boxos No. 1 Hei-rings
100 kegs Powder, wholes, halfa and quarUra
600 bagB Shot, all numbers
200 bags Shot. Buck
20 hhds. Bacon, Sldoa and Shoulders
? boxen Soap, Starch, Cand?n?, ko.
Just received, por sehr. Robt. Cnldwell and ?toanaoi
Emily B. Souder, and for salo by
No. 102 Enat Bay, Charleston, B. C
. Deoomber 6 4
JUST RECEIVED.?BARRELS EXTRA POTATOES
Barrels Extra Apples
Barrels Extra Onions.
F. CONNER & CO.,
December 6 1
LARD, B-ACKEREL, &_T~
eyrr firkins choice leaf l\rd
?ItJ 26 half-barrels No. 1 Mackerel, now
60 English Dairy Cheeso, small alzos
26 casos Sweet OH, pints and half-pints
20 boxes Maccaronl
26 boxes VormlceUl
60 boxes Soup
50 boxes Candles
10 chests Oolong Tea
40 boxes Starch
too dozen Brooms
100 dozen Painted Buckets.
JULIUS U. OPPBNHEIM'B,
November 20 niwlmo No 114 East Bay.
Rice, Bagging, Rope, Twine, &c
rj F TIERCK8 FRESH BEAT RICE
|t)- 6 bales Heavy Gunny Cloth
100 colls Press Ropo, }? Inch
50 colls Monill? Hope?, _ inch
2C coUb Hemp Rope, ,"-," inoU
15 bbls. Crushcvd Sugar
40 bbls. Coffoo Sugar
8 balea Bagging Twine
60 boxes Candles?R. O. Mitchell k Co.
60 boxes Candle?, fancy canes? R. Q. Mitchell
25 boxes Colgate A Co.'a Family Soap
137 boxes Duryea'a Superior Starch
AU?O IH STORK,
BRANDY, WHISKY, RUM AND GIN.
For sale by BRUNB k BEE,
_Decomber 1 fmw No. 84 East B?y.
Heidsieck & Co's. Champagne.
THE PUREST, BEST AND CHEAPEST IN ?TH
Call and purchase of
OEO. XV. CLARK ?St CO.,
October 13 No. 1_5 Meeting-street.
SALT, FLOUR, ETC.
1 CCAA SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT
J-OXJ\J 60 BACKS TURK'8 ISLAND SALT
100 bbls. beep
100 bbls. and half bbls. pork
200 bbls. extra flour
300 bbls. superfine flour
200 cheese?different kinds.
For sale cheap tor cash by
OEO. "W. CLARK St CO.,
October 13 No. 145 Meeting-street.
FLOUR, RICE, VINEGAR.
1 _Tv_rv BBLS. FLOHR
_L \J \J 76 bags Java Rloe
26 bbla. Cider Vinegar.
For aale low by JACOB B. SCHIRMER,
November 20 No. 18 North Commercial Wharf.
QAAA SACKS, IN FINE 8HIPPING ORDE
&KJ\_/\Jnow ready for dellvory from bark Floren
Chipman, from Liverpool. For sale by
December 4 3 RAVENEL & CO.
PACKAOE8 GOOD MOLASSES, IN HHD!
tierces and b?rrala. For ?ato by
CHAS. H. MOI3E&00.,
December 4 No. 16 Uaync-etreet,
CORN, OATS AND HAY.
O ?__"_ BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY
??OX) 600 bushels Oata
600 bushols Corn.
Landing and In store, and for sale by
TROUT A AMSBDRY,
Northweat cor. Marko t and East Bay street?
KAI8IN8. CITRON. CUBRANT8. NUTB
Preserved Fraila, Jiillo*, Pickles
Wines, bv the caao and gallon
Brandy, Whisky, Gin, Claret ..
Champagne "De Ht. Marcoanx k Co."
Maccuroui, Vermicelli, Olive Oil.
For salo by CHA8. H. MOI8E k CO.,
December 4_^Jo. 16 Hayne-street
INCLUDING A MOST EXTENSIVE SUPPLY
everything lu the LIQUOR BUSINESS,
nuc.it ab :
200 bbla. wniSKY, some old, some splendid, a
aomo very cheap
10 quarter casks BRANDY
100 pachacos WINES, CHERRY BRANDY, g
CROIX RDM, FORT WINE, ?n., Ac.
3000 caaes WHISKY, BRANDY, GIN, _c. ?'?>.
Call at our bu_e Nalea Rooms, No. 146 MEBTI.
OEO. XV. CLARK Si CO.
October 13 _
HAS OPENED A RESTAURANT AT NO. 163 RA
BAY, where will be found ALES, WINES Al
LIQUORS of the best quality.
FREE LUNOH between the hours of 11 and 1 o'do
HAS AX0O IN BACK STOB-,
A fine assortment of OLD LIQUORS, which he \
dispose of by the barrel or in smaller quantiUaa,
WE ARi: IN OON.TTANT RBOKIPT OK. l\ND HAVE
NOIT IN PONO,. TIMBER, of vartoue efaev-aml
qualltie;., millnnlo for HHIPPINO. Mll.LlN'i, WHARF
BUILDING. Ac. fcc., to whn?U we invite the iittuiiti?"*
of Merchants mux Mille?* CHIHOLM BKOl HcltS,
_I)e?^omlK* r. wfi No. 70 Ev?t Bay.
vifriiALKSV-m-roN yarn, assorted NUMBERS,
AlfJ' just rseelved, and for Halo by
HENRY COBIA ft CO.;
_ Deocmbnr 6- 3 qneon-t-trcct, near EaM Bay.
REALLY CHOICE TEAS.
iAIIALV AND QUARTER CUKHT8 Ol' Till'..
Z*V/ choict.it quality of TEAH, .ronststiiiK of IfoRlIslt'
Broakfast. Oolong, Hyson and >Y?uii<;:Myaoii Teas Junt
importe?! uud for Halo by
HENRY COBIA & CO.-,
December fi wh2 (Jueoimtieet, near East May.
CHARLES L. GU1XLEAUME..
No. L48 Mooting-strect,
OKKKHS POR SALK?VI7. :
K? lA RARRKI.K B. SUOAK
r.}\J\J 100 barrels A A Sugar
100 bnrnil? A SUKur
100 barrels C Rueor
fiO barrels C Corteo Hui;ar
50 harrolM CriiHhnd Hues?*
r.OO snckH Liverpool Kalt
2MJ sneks Turks' Inland liait
oo eases Table Halt
(iD socks Rio Cotfoo
25 ?acka Laguayra Coffet?
25 wicks obi Government i iva (SiHis?
10 Hacks? (linger
10 mokfl Pimento
10 packs SplocH
100 boxes Black Toan
100 boxes Orcen 1'<mh
2.ri0 b?rrela Flour
100 hali-barrol? lilour
25 barras Sugar-htiuac Molasse s
'in barrels .Syrup
GO half-barrels Syrup
CO half-barrels No. I and 2 llosuin Mackut.' .
00 quarter-barn.-'.-, No. 1 and 2 1 tonton Mack'. rH
100 kits No. 1 and 'i Boston alaekorel
not) boxes No. 1 Herring?
500 boxes Scaled Horrin^s
250 barrels Potatoes
500 ki'jjn Nuils
Spades, Shovels, Shot, H. 8. NaiU
Buckets, Brooms, Palls, Tuba
Blacking Brushes, Mason's Blacking
Matches. Willow and Oystor ilat-k. I*
Selves, Pipes, ftc.
500 boxes tiptoe?
Mustard, Pepper, Ginger, Cusnia, Ac.
Cream of Tartar, Sodu, ftc.
100 boxes Copperas
100 boxes Brimbtouo
100 boxea Alum
00 boxes Madder
100 BMM Crackers, Ac, f?e, ftc.
500 bo io^ Soap
250 boxes Fancy Soap
1000 boxes Candles, fti.. ftc, & ;.
600 coil? Hope
250 colls Manilla Rope?-various siz.^
150 bales (lunny Bagging
20 balea Sewiug Twiuo, ftc, Iw\, ftc. '
Now ?n store, and arriving, at the LOWEST MARKET
PBIOKa. Dcccinbi r ?j
RAW TAR i RAW TAR!
I7?OR RaLH, AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, AT No.
? 29 Market-street, opposite Anson-strect. at Shir
Chandlor'B. a? Hn-ember -5
AFINE BUOGV AND HARNESS. APPLY TO
WM. H. DAW.SON,.
_ November 2) No. 51 Bn iid-ntrdt.
MRS. F. M. HARPER (DAUGHTER AND PUPIL OS
the lato Prof. M. S. Ueevkb), tiiror?? her eervtixi
to the citizens of Charleston u? Teacher of VO0 VI. ,' * T
RoBldenco No. 2.6 Society-street. ?rv ':
Refers to Oeu. JamesSimons, Or. v..-. -i, 1
GllANOK nlMONS, ?nul Dr. W. M. FlTCU.
BREAD ! BREAD ! BREAD !
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS REOPENED THE WEL1
known B.YhERY Nr. C? Tradrt-stre-.t. Famille
wishing a good article of well-baked Loaf Bread aro re
queHtod to leave their orders ut Bakery.
Ho has procured competent cart driver*, nnd will dt
liver Bread to any xmrt t>f the city.
November 22 _Into_ J. C. MARSHALL.
R?. 9. MACHINE BELTING. Ne. 9
ALL WIDTHS, IN LE,VTHER AND RUBBER.
For salo hy J. M. EASON,
No. 9 Exchango street, rear of Old Pestofllce.
fTUIE SUBSCRIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS HI
1 friends and tho public, that he has returned an
located himseU at No. 41 STATE-STREET. Thankfi
for tho patronage so liberal? extemled to him before, h
hopos, by strict attention, to. merit a continuance of th
samo. J. U. BOESCH.
December 4 mw2
L. S. tlOYT'? SUPERPHOSPHATE 0]
A SUPERIOR AND WELL APPROVED ARTIOL?
which has beep extensively used both North as
Soutli, and has met with unequivocal auocess.
The subscribers are prepared to take orders.
TROUT ft AM8BURY.
N. W. corner East Bay and Market streets.
PERUVIAN OUANO. BONE DUST, ftc, Ac
PERUVIAN AND SWAN ISLAND GUANOS. SUPE!
PHOSPHATES, and tho Bruce Concentrated Fe
tUizer, are offered to the trade at the lovost wholesa
prioea, by GEO. E. WHITE ft CO.,
No. 66 CUff-atreot, Now York.
Or, CHISOLM BROTHEHB, Sole Agent?,
Nor.Mubor 17 No. 70 East Bay, Charleston, 8. 0.
1 Sf\ BOXES 10 AND IX CHARCOAL. ROOFES
_LO\_7 and HRIGHT TIN?best brand. Just recel
ed. and for sale by T. TUPPER ft SONS,
November 20_lrno _Brown's Wharf.
THE 8UB30BIBER RESPECTFULLY INFORMS TE
public Uiat be has Just received a largo assortmc
of TOYS. al o,
WHITE CHINA TEA CUPS AND SAUCERS. Dinnt
Toa and Breakfast Plates, Gilt Obinu Cups and Saucer
with Mottoes; and a general assortment of GLA8
WARE, to which ho Invites their attention.
O. W. WIECKING,
December 4 3* No. 40 Anson-atreol.
SOUTH CAROLINA 11 A1LUOA I> (OJll'AN'
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENTS OFFICE, I
CuAUitaroN, 8. 0., Nov. Oth, 18d6, I
N AND AFTER THURSDAY, OTH IN8T., TI
1'assrnger Train will ruu ihe following Schedule
Leave Ch.irlcstou..C ?V. II.
Arrlv?) at Charleston.4.15 P. M.
Leave Hopkins' Turn-out.7 A. M.
Arrive at Hopkins' Turn-out.3.301?. M.
U. T. PEAKS,
November 7 General Suuerlutendent.
OLD SOUTHERN EXCHANGJ
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND POPULAR
IS NOW OPEN.
AND THE BE?T MEALS TO BE HAD IN CHARL
TON. U what this place has always been celobruted
and we are pledged ti kocp ui> tho reputation.
CaU and see for yourself at
Ho. 125 Meeting-si
POU LIVERPOOL?IV-I'lI jft?IS
PATCIL--__ fine Ship AMEl'.IA. Jas. Con
nor Master. FIVE IIUNDItKl) lULKH COT
"-"??TON ABP. WANTED OU Frelgh-, to completo
her csrji?. Apply tor JOHN FRAAF.lt A CO.
December 4 _
?Tv_ KOK. LIVKIIPO?II..-.'1'HK ,V _
33kk>Clipper Ship TAMERLANE, JOC-UM Mawtor.
J__^>(>WKiitH 600 BALKS COTTON, and Will haro
_- immediate t-.i.?i>r.t--n. Ltlierul advance? uiado
For Fr.iight ? iifjsg^mt-lH, njifiv to
Decoin'der 9 WILLIS A CHP30LM. _
POR UV?UI'OOI.;:-TIIK 1? IK tro
clas- Clipper R?rU PILLE 1>E L'AIR, Graham
niantcr, wiR moot with dispatch. For Freight
-__&-. aj,j,l- to RAVEN?L_ CO.
FOR LJVKKPOOI,.-1'IIE PHLST*
c'.ane, fui* sailing Britlall Ship GENERAL
WIND11AM, J. Nlcol Forbes, ma?tor, bavlng a
-" portion other c_rgo engaged and on board, ,w_l
meet with dlnputeh fur the ubivv port.
For freight- c?gagatn??itt>, apply to
ROBKUT MURE A CO.,
Nov<un-ur37 tnw? No. (10 Church-street,
POU PHIL AD R LI*HI A?K.P. _~
STONE LINE.?The Bark (?EN. W. T. SHER
MAN, Vfnum MaaUr.wlU have dispatch. For
Freighter r?iHaJ?/'?.'. a?inlv lo
II. F. HAKER A CO.,
November w No. 21? CumborianA _tnet.
-V -?-* THE HCHOONKlt SMYltl- WOi_
iX4?. have Immediate dUp'_eh lor Baltimore. For
4_u_t??it'r>-.:i?bl mgagwoicuU, apply to
?&---? WILLIS k CHISOLM.
POR SAbK, A. NEW, PAST-SAli,
??jk INO B?OOP, in complete order. She was built
?in 1H64, and earrlea t?.-n corda of wood.
I'or particular? apply ill
No. ?OH MARKET-STREET,
Ileee??el t lr~ Ifotwaeu Kt?g and Meeting.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OF FIR8T-ULANH ?TEAM8HIP8:
ORAXABA, I UUAKKR CIT _,
\I.H\;:.'lllll.l I A.VDALCSIA,
O- IR, -A- __T ___. ID _?__ _.
CAITA IN BAXTER.
WILL LEAVE BROWN A CO.'fl WHARF. OH
WEDNESDAY, December G, at Nino o'clook .p*5
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVEN EL A CO., Agente.
South corner oi Eust Bay and Vandcrhorot'a Wharf,
New York and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Hearing each Port every Alternate Thursday.
8TEAM8HIP EMILY B. S03DER;
Cut. R. Wi Lookwoou.
CU.IT. C P. 3IAH3HM.VN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCB.
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELINa
PUBLIC, having superior accommodations for Prosen.
gera, with table? supplied by every' luxury .the New. York
and Charleston mark?rt? cun nffoi_; an r? for safety, ip**_
and comfort Aro unriv*_cd ou tho coaav
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
I_IVII?_Y B. SOTTDEH,
CAPTAIN R. W. LOCKWOODj
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF OH
THURODAY, December 7, ut 1(1 o'clock, A. M.
Liberal advances made on consignment? to New York.
For Freight or P-.issage apiilv at tho otllce of tlu? Agenta,
WILLIS fc CHISOLM.
December 2 Ncrtli Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PALATKA, FLOB_J)X_
TdE NEW AND SPLENDU> fj-IKAMBHIP
oix*^_r POiN ____ ,
OAPTAIN E. B. TALBOT.
WILL L2AYE COMMERCIAL WHARF, C_AR_?E_.
TON, B, C., every Walnenlay Morning,, iv? Six
o'clock, touching at Savannah, Fernandina. .vnd the
Landings on St. John's Rlvor?leaving Savanna).every
We Jiuj'isy A fttrtuxm at Four o'clock.
Will leave Palatka every Tkursday Evenir^ lit Nine
o'clock, JacVcsttvUle every Friday Mornirng^'at Eight
O'closk, Fexniuidina Friday Afternoon, at ?qu# o'clock?
and Savannah every Saturday Morning, at 3 __t o'clock.
The CITY POINT was buUt by her jr?oscnt owner?
without regard to ooai?ber Stato-Iioom?apA Cahiaa be?
ina furnished in the most luxurious unviHprv
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVE?U-L A CO.,
Oomer East Bay and Van-^i^j?rst'a Wharf.
THE NEW AND 8PLENWD STEAMSHIP;
CAPTAIN E. R. TALBOT,
WILL LEAVE COMMERCIAL WHARF, CHARLES
TON, 8. -C, every Wednesday Morning, at Six
o'clock, for Savannah, F?n-nandlnu, ami tho Landings on
8t. John's River?rleavlng Savanunh every Wednesday
Afternoon, at Four o'closk.
W?1 leave Palatka every Thursday Evening, nt Nino
o'clock, JnckBoovillc overy Friday Morning, ut Eight
o'clock, Fernanulna Friday Aftcrnoo./, at Four o'clock,
an?l SavautiaU every Saturday Morning, at Eight o'clock.
Tho CITY POINT was built by her present owner?
without regard to coat'-lier 8tal?>-R ?_? i und Cabins be
ing fnriiisbed in the most luxurious muiiuer.
Fov Freight or I-.sa,jc, apply to
BAVKNKI. & CO.,
Cornor liant Biy ami Windarborit' Wharf.
THE NEW STEAM T?O TEARILS??, CAPT. N. W.
ALLI-?, having been thorong.lv overhauanl, will
mako arrangements for TOWAOE, ellhor Inside, out
side or dockage, at modoi?te mteH. Ai-ply to Capt-in
on board, or to 8TYLEH A CARTER.
December. No. 10 V? nderhorat'a Wharf._
THE NEW 8T??AM-TCO ARCHIBALD GETTY,
Capt. Merahon, now lying et Accommodation
Wharf, will raalco oogagomouta it moderate rate?.
Apply to Captain on board, ?>r to
ARCHIBALD OETTY A CO..
No. l_tl ?nil 1_8 Meetlng-blreet. and
November 24 Noa. 03 and 55 Ha?ol-atrEot