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CHARLESTON. DAILY NEWS....DECEMBER 12, 1865.
1
COMMERCIAL.
NEW YORK, December 8.?Cotton dull at 60e. for
Middling. Floor ?lull, sales 7000 -bin. ut $7.10(uiH.'-5
t urState. $&_O0$lt.M Oblo, JH .00?$ lSHouthern. ?8.10
Canadian. Wheat dull; sates of *_0,< itl? bushels ut $1.00
for Chicago Spring, $2.40 fur Anil>cr State. Corn dull;
sales Sft.OOO bMshcla at Ul cents. Uccf ?pilet. Pork tlrin,
28 cents for mess. Lard dull. Whisky steady.
BALTIMORE, December G ?Coffee.?-Tho cargo o?
tho British bark Clifton, from Rio. haB arrived sine, our
last week's roviow, and 3000 hags were sold without
-eight of eaniplo?, to a New York house; subsequently
123? bags, b ?lance of samo, woro sold in Now York for
Western shipment on torins not transpired, but under
stood about 19?? cents, gold. Homo lots of common Rio
bave boon taken by tho trado at 27.!?(??28 cts. currency.
At th<* close thore wiis very llttlo stock ill first hands,
but the bark Amelia Gehring is reported below with 5000
bags. Stock in -Oeoud hands 7r>(K'?J?81)00 bags, ?pioto
prime to choice Rio '_0*_@21 cts., gold.
FiAiim.?Tho market generally has ruW dull and
heavy, the only exception being for choice supers, which
have been in uuxlorate demand for shipment and home
tra?lo. Extra of all kimls aro neglected. We k?vo trans
actions for tho week as follows: 1U0U bbls. City Mills,
shipping brand, at ill.MS; choice held higher; 2r.()<)
bbls. City Mills Super, 400 bbls. Rovul York tlo., 500
bbls. Howard-street do., all at ft); 200 bbls. City Mills,
unsound, at $8.25. Wo givo closing prices as follows :
?Iownrd-Htroet Super and Out Extra f8.00@D; do. Extra
$t).5t)'<?li); ?lo. Family $l'2??.i:l; Ohio Super und Cut
Extra $8.60*39; do. Extra $9.60*$ 10; ?lo. Family $12(?l3;
Northwestern Super $H.r>i)<'<r tf.7.r>: Chicago extra chotea
$9.50r?ylO;City Mills g'iod to fancy bruiuls Super, $8,50
t_.9, do. do. shipping brands Extra $lt.7(M_ 12; Staudard
?Extra $0.80010; Baltimore Family' *?lr>: do. high grale
Extra $13; Ryo Flour, now* $-.7-1.-7- Corn Meal?City
Mills and Rrandywiue, $4.5<i; Buckwheat per 100 lbs.
bulk, $4.7.V<i)5.2ri.
GnMN.?Our market continues but lightly supplied
-vitb Wheat, particularly prime and choice lots, which
are mostly wanted for nomo milling; inferior and low
grades arc neglect?*?!. Prices rules comparatively steady.
Corn has been in largo supply, and flu* demand, though
still brisk, favored buyers ut the close, especially for lots
not strictly prime. Oats are steady. Rye dull. We
givo trans actions for the week at the Corn and Flour
Exchange us follows: Wheat?The offerings to Wednes
day, inclusive, amount lo only 15,DUU bushels, withsali*s
of':i500 bushels white, at _ l.90eii2.70; 10,000 bushels
red, at $I.76(a>1.9ft for inferior, and $8.300X99 for good
to choice. Market closed nominally, as follows: For
prime to choice white, $2.75(?'<.2.80; fair to good, $'2.2.">(<?
2.50; inferior, $l.9()'?i 2.10; prime to choice red, 89.460
_.50; fair to good, $2.10(g)-.35; inferior, $1.75?-. Corn
?Receipts to Wednesday, inclusive, loot up 12.j,ooo
bushels. Market has bcou activo for export, but prices
at th close favored buyer? several cents, included In
the sales were 50,000 bushels whit?-, ut 87(?.9'.c; 15,000
bushels inferior and ?lamp, at SOfi.n.'ic. ; 3000 bushels yel
low, at l>0Tp02e., latter lor old; 13,000 bushels new, at 87
@88c. ; 8000 bushels do., ut M?0SC. ; inferior old at 8l)c.
Market closed at 85c. for good aud !)0c. for prime dry
white, and 84((?i8"ic. for yellow. Oats hive been In mod
orate receipt, "with sales of 11,000 bushels, at !>0(?.?'ic,
weight. Ryo?Very little arriving, and only Bale re
ported was a small lot at 85.
Hay ani> Stjiaw.?There is no change in the market.
We quote with fair demand prime bal?:d Timothy $21@
'22, und Rye Straw at $18**j?3_ per ton.
Blouma.?Imports aud stock light; demand also lim
ited, confined to small lots from jobbers, within our
rango, as follows: Porto Rico, 7.?c*.(?$l; Cuba Muscova
do, 50(?l70c. ; Cuba clayed, -13;?. OUo. ; English Island, 55
008o.
Provisions.?Hogs have been In good supply the paRt
week, and tlio market further depressed, in part attri
buted to the weather, which has been too warm for
slaughtering. Prices fell from $14 to $12.50, within
which rauge 2000 to 3000 head have been taken, mostly
at the latter flgure. We notice the arrival of some small
invoices of Now Dnlk Moats from the West, but bear of
no sales. Quote nominal, for Shoulders 14J? cents, and
Sides ISAM It cents. Suuill sales of green Meats have
been made here us follows: Shoulders 13 cents; Sides
li1: cents, and Hams 14*_,15 cents per lb. Dacou is
dull, small sales of Shoulilers, old, reported at 1G?.?@1C,_
cents; supply fair for the demand. Sides are scarce
with moderate sab's of both old and new at 20 cents;
neu- Hauls urc ?pioti*d at 2 li" _ "> ceuts. Earil is inactive;
--quota Butcher's ut l?fty'-Oc;'Western 24 cents per bbl.
Butter more refined; last sule was at 20 ceuts-, nowquot
?d ut. 23 cents per lb. Of Mess Pork our market is ?piite
bare; ?piote at $30(3)81 per bbl. ; West nominal.
Suoaiis.?Importe this week amount to wo hlids. Porto
Rico. The market has remained inactive, though with
out any quotable change. Wo report pales of 75 Ulula.
Porto Hico, to tho trade, at 13 !?( ?; 14 ?tfc. ; 10 hhds. Eng
lish Island at 13 >?c. for fair groeery. We quote as fol
lows: Cuba und E. I. fab: to good refs., UwttAfe.i fom
months; do. do., grocer}'. -3.*_?S>)14e. net; do. do., prime,
14r.i*. I. 'sc. net; Porto Rico, common to good grocer)'
23X@H}{e. net; <io. do., primo to choice, 15c. net; Ha
vaua, No. 12, 13}?c, four mouths.
Refined Sugars?Aro in moderate demand, and pricot
steady on a basi? of 19>B'c. for hard, and 18 (?c. for A soft
for lots of twenty or more burrels, aud He. less for 10(
barrels or more.
8EEDS.?Clover lias been In limited supply, though thi
X)fr?.*riiig8 on Wednesday were rather larger. The marke
bus ruled steady and linn at $8.50;i/8.75 for good to prinn
?tho outside ligure, however, being ditucult to reolizi
on largo lots. Sales comprise, for the week, 300@40l
bushels. Timothy continues dull, aud prices cutlrcl;
nominal at $.'i.50i?-:i.7?. Flaxsecd wc quote with sales a
.$3.10(5:3.15 -^ bushel.
Salt.? Liverpool fine is very scarce, most of tho deal
ors being out ot'Htock. Small sales of ordinary brand
aromado at $3.70@$3.75. Ashtou's is in better supply
with sales at $4.25. Ground Alum we quote steady a
-$2.35 f*> sack. Turk's Island from store is still eellin
.at 50 cents _t bushel.
Whi KY?Has ruled dull tho past week. There aro n
buyers, tho rectifiers generally being supplied-, priiet
.liovvcver, aro quoted nominal at $2.34@$2.35. Som
.sales have doubtless been made, but not reported.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad
December 8.and '.).
"90 bales Sea Island and 636 bales Upland Cotton, Fui
niture and Mdze. To Hunt Rros, W H Easterby, Will!
A ChlBOlm, T Stenbouso & Co, Hyatt, McBurney k C<
Fraser k Dill, G W Williams k Co, 3 -I Easou, Marshal
Beach k Co, E D White, John Hanckel, A J Crafts, H '
Peako, J R Emery, Mrs Beuwall, /. R Oakoa, C Gr?vele]
J Jones, W H Gilliland, R T Walker, E H Rodgers k C(
O N Averia & Son, J 8 Gibbcs, W Huut, Adams, Frost
Co, R Mure k Co, W P Hall, McElroy, C O Witte, W
"Wordlaw, J Cant well, J M Caldwoll.. Son, Mowry k Ci
Lee k Spencer, Gibbcs A Co, C H Mo?se k Co, and T
Trout.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
December _ and 11.
206 bales Upland Cotton, 195 bales Rosin, cars Fun
fture, bbls Spirits Turpentine, Grain, Ac. To D Gillai
Adams, Frost k Co, Lee k 8pencer, R Q Pinclcney, M
H Mi-ell, T Street, Gaillard k Minott, R Yeadon, Rev
A Pron ti s, Ferguson, H Cobia k Co, J M Caldwell
Son, Mowry k Co, J A J D Elrkpatrick, G W Williams
?Co, Sor even k Niabet, West k Jones, T Stoney, J D Si
lers, G Vf Clark & Co, G H Smith, Mrs L J RoblnBon,
S Rod gers A Co, w K Ryan. >
PORT CALENDAR.
_COB-JCTED WEEKX.T._
?525 M TUB MOON.
JFiill M. 2d, lh. 25m. even. INew M. 17th,llh. 21m.nio
Xast Q. 9th, oil. ?am. even. |First Q. 25th, 7h. 9m. mor
,%\ DEOEMBEB.
11| Monday...
Tuesday..
Wednesday
Thursdoy .,
Friday_
Saturday ..
Sunday_
BUN.
BISES. I BETS.
0..54
6..55
6.. 05
6..50
6. .56
C..57
6..53
4..53
4..53
4..63
4..64
4.. 54
4..64
4..64
MOON
SETS.
1.. 0
1..60
...44
3..38
4..29
6.. 23
6..13
HIOl
WATI
2..11
3.. (
4.. ]
4.. 6:
5..4
6..3:
7..11
MARINE NEWS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday. [Dec.
Sehr Pilot's Bride, Blatchford, Port Royal, 8 C. H
To the U 8 Quartermaster.
Steamer Genoral Hooker, Long, Georgetown. 10 bt
Cotton, S bbls Tar, Ac. To Shackeltord k Fraser, Wi
A Chiaohu, und otbors,
Ofiterholtz flat, from Stono River. Lumber. To C
- A Kopff.
BELOW.
3ark Tojuca, Harrimati, Now York, C days. Md
.To D J Sturges, Capt Rutherfoord, Quartermaster,
Wliey. Howe, Doucin k Co, G W Williams A Co, J 1
X> M?ller, il Klati? k Co, Dollmauii Uros, J Harrissoi]
.llling, J II DevcroAux, Ufferhardt k Cunipsen, J Ca?
sen k Co, Z Miller, J Ilcsomau, Trout k Amsbury, (
Our- A Co, J H Lin.tedt, A Bisclioff, G W Steffen
Co, Scrovon k Nisbot, Jno F O'Neill k Son, J Commi
llavonel & Co. C L Kornahrens, D H 811co_, G G Duel
Btnsell Bros, D C Rcdpath, Wagcnor, Heath k Mouse
C N AveriU A Son, W E Reeves, W M Bird k Co. Geo
Olney, J 8 Bolmer, A Canalc, O L Guilleaumo, Fergui
.k Holmes, H Harme, J 8 Schirmer, Robt Lawless, ]
Amme, C Ltllcnthal, A Blschoff, J 8 Terry, C Grave
E R Cowperthwaft, Adams k Damon, Cahlll k Co, I
A Co. 8 Hort, F Wohman, J B Duval & Son, J Holn
and others,
Hehr Rachel Seaman, O'Neill, Boston, 8 days. M?
To P P Locke, and pthors.
A Horra brig?unknown.
Prom this Port.
Sehr Susannah, Hall. Baltimore, Dee. 4.
iSohr Myrover, H- ghes. Now York, Deo. 8.
Cleared for this Port.
Bohr J F Farland. Avery, at Baltimore, Doo. 6.
Bchr Hiawatha, Ingraham, at New York, Dec. 2.
Bohr Louisa Frazor. Stoclman, at Philadelphia, Doc.
. Memoranda.
Tho Br brig Riverside, NeweU, cleared at Bouton,
?ember 1, for Sidney, C. B., to load for Charleston.
No. 80 Market-street,
BETWEEN KING AND MEETING-STREETS,
IMPORTER
AND
WHOLESALE DEALER
IN
foreign \m domestic
LIQUORS ;
ALSO,
TOBACCO, SEGARS, &C.
2.
Do
f? r\ DDLS. JNO. GIDSON, SONS ?<? CO.'S WHI8KY.
150 bbls. Oltl Kentucky Whisky, various brands
25 bbls. Extra Copper Eistillod Whisky
25 bbls. Dudley's O. K. Baltimoro Whisky
50 bbls. Common Whisky
200 cases Bourbon, Nectar and Ryo Whisky
5 casks Brandy, Otard, Dupuy ?tCo
5 casks Houncssey Brandy
100 cases Brandy, various brands, warrantod
lino
5 pipes Holland Gin, a superior articlo
5 pipes Domestic Gin
50 casca Fino Gin
3 bbls. Jamaica Rum
3 bbls. Now England Rum
10 casks Sherry Wino, "Crown Brand"
5 casks Madeira Wino
5 casks Crescent Port Wiuo
25 casks Tort Wine, warranted a genuino arti
clo
50 cases 0000 Sherry Wine
50 cases Palo Sherry Wino
50 caaos Madeira Wine
- 50 caaes Madeira Wine, Gautcr's brand
150 cases Cider
50 cases Claret Wino
25 cases Hock Wino
25 cases Sauterno Wine
50 baskets Piper's Heidsoick Champagne
25 baskets Moit &, Chindon Champagne
10 baskots Uedon Cliquot's Champagne, Greei
Seal
10 cases Aunissctte Cordials
5 cases Raspberry Cordials
5 cases Curacoa Cordials
5 cases Pcppormint and Lemon Cordials
3 casks Wino Bitters
20 cases Drako's Plantation Bittora
25 casks Allsop's Ale, warranted
25 casks Younger'? Alo, warrantod
25 casks JofTroy's Alo, warr anted
25 casks Bass & Co.'a Alo, warrantod
25 caskB Weir & Son'a Edinburg Alo, warrante
100 casks Massoy, Collins & Co.'s PhiladolpbJ
Palo Ale, very fino
300 cases Philadelphia Alo, very fino
60 casca Falkin'a Alo, warranted
25 oaake Guineas' Brown Stout Portor, warran
ed
25 caaka E. A G. Hibbert's London Portor, wa
ranted
50 caaka Byasa' London Portor, warranted
50 casks Falkin's Stout London Porter, warran
ed
50 caaka Philadelphia Porter, pinta and quar
25 casea Philadelphia Portor
20 gross Gale & Axo'a Smoking Tobacco
10 gross Anderson's Solace Tobacco *
10 groas Anderson's Amulet Tobacco
10 gross Mickle & Son's Forest Rose Tobacco
10 groas Mrs. Miller k Co.'s Fine Cat Tobacci
10 gross Mickle & Son's Grapo Brand Tobacc
10 groas Lorillard'a Olivo Branch Tobacco
10 M Honry Clay Bogara
10 M Jockey Club Sogars
5 M Rose de Santiago Sogars
5 M El Sol Segars
5 M Figaro Segara
5 M La Sublima Bogara
25 M Common Sogara
Kegs of Rappeo Snuff .
300 Demijohns, assorted, from 1 to 5 gallons
100,000 Brandy, Whisky, Gin, Wino, Portor a
Ale Labels
500 gross Corks, anaortod
ALSO,
50 pounds of TIN FOIL, will arrivo in a few da
direct from Europe
3 puncheona Irish Whiaky
2 puncheons Scotch Whisky
50 caaos Irish Whiaky
60 cases Scotch Whisky
All orders ontrusted to mo for any soction of
country, shall have my immodiato attention.
Goods forwarded by Express marked
C. O. D.
F. C. KERRIGAN.
Decomber 12
A
TURKEYS! TURKEYS!
FINE LOT OF TURKEYS, FOR 8/VLE AT LOW
prices, at No. 27 Woolfc-Htrcet.
December 13 1?*
?RIME^?PPLES!
Q/"l DARRELS I'RLME APPLES FOR SALE.
OU Apply to HUNT ? ?: DBO?,
Decnniber 12 l* Accommodation Wharf.
ORANGES AND PINEAPPLES.
I i~\ 4~\I\f\ CHOICE SWEET ORANGES
LU.V/vU ? Dozen Pineapples
barrels Choleo Apples
100 barrels Choice Western Red Potatoes
60 barrels Wliito Potatoes?$3.50 per bbl.
A choleo lot of Almonds
Raising, Cranberries aud Dates.
For solo by E. DAVID,
Nos. 77 and 70 Market strcot.
Country Orders neatly tilled. 3* December 11
ORANGES AND PIKEAPPLES.
JUST RECEIVED. A FINE LOT OFSWEET ORANGES
and PINEAPPLES, in flue order for shipping. For
sale low by J, D. TOON I, 121 Meeting-street,
December 11 2 oppoxitc the leo House.
YELLOW PINE BOARDS
AND SCANTLING..
i)f\ C?dC? FKKT -TOB SALE, IN LOTS TO
?U \J \J \J \J suit piirehnsers, by
TROUT A AMSRURY,
Northwest corner East Ray ami Market-street.
December 13
F0RSALE CHEAP, 7"
AND CONSTANTLY ON HAND, A LARGE AS
SORTMENT of Potatoes, ApploB und Onions, at
No. 10 Vendue Range. D. J. STCROES.
Lee ember 12
FOR SALE.
T/^n. RALES GUNNY RAGGING
J.V/U *?*"? coils Ropo
0 bales Twiuo. Dy
December 11 OIRRES ?t CO.
A
FOR SALE.
FINE BUGOY AND HARNESS. APPLY TO
WM. II. DAWSON.
November 20 No. 51 Bread-street,
FOR SALE,
aIHE ENTIRE 8TOCK OF A NURSERY AND
Flower Garden, as It stands at present, located on
King-BtreotRoad. comprising adrecn House, 100 ft. long,
Garden Sashes, DcRs, Glasses, Flower Pots, Tools, Cart
and Wagons, Ac.
AJMO,
A LARGE QUANTITY OF DWARF PEAR TREES,
Evergreens and Deciduous Trees and Shrubs. Apply to
A. PUDIGON, King-stroct Road, Churluston, S. C, or bj
mail 0* December 7
Fire Engine for Sale.
PALMETTO FIRE ENGINE COMPANY OFFERS
for sale a first class Engine, double break, in gooi
ordur. Messrs. Pino k Uarlshom, of New York, mukcrs
Apply to either of tho undersigned.
/AS. COSGROVE, TIMOTHY CLAFFY,
JOHN DUNCAN, THOS. FLYNN.
Dee.omber 11
LUMBER^ LUMBER ! !
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.
WIDE AND NARROW GROOVE AND TONGU1
FLOOnrNG AND LINING
Dressed Shelving
Clear inch Boards, dressed
Clear *; Inch, 1?4" Inch, l}? Inch, ami 3 inch Pin
Rough Boards
Joist, Scantlings, Ac.
Nails, Doors
Sashes aud DUnds.
W. E. REEVES.
Wharf foot Market-street
November 22 lmo*
Sashes, Blinds, Saws, Cottoi
OINS, ETC.
WE ARE PREPARED, UNDER RECENT ARRANGI
MENTS, to furnish at prices beyond compclitio
as follows :
SASHES, RLINDS AND DOORS (on orders)
Saw -Mills, of all descriptions, Portable, Ac.
Planing Mills
Tongue and Groovo Machines
Circular ?Saws
Scroll Saws
Engines
otUls, Gins
Corn Shellers.
And aU kinds ot AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY, upo
spoclllcaUous. Descriptions given at our office.
TROUT k AMSBURY,
November 7 Cor. Eist Bay and Market-streets.
No. 9. MACHINE BELTING. No. S
ALL WIDTHS, IN LEATHER AND RUBBER.
For salo by J. M. EASON,
No. 0 Exchange street, rear of Old Postofuco.
December 4
" CROCKERY AT REDUCED PRICES.
Qf\ CRATE8 A8BORTED CROCKERY, ALL GRA?
?V ITE WARE, landing and to arrive, consisting i
DHiNER, TEA AND TOILET SETS, Ewera and Basin
Cups and Saucers, Covered Dishes, Plates. Bowls, ai
all articles usually found in a well selected Stock
Crockery. Wo offer tho above a'.areduced prices for
fow days, in lota to suit purohascrs. Orders by mi
promptly attended to, by O'MARA k PRE8TON,
No. 80 Qucen-nt., betwoeu King and Meeting sts.
December 5 tuths
AGRICULTURAL WAREH0US.
AND
SEED STORE,
AT THE OLD STAND, No. 297 KINO-STREET
NEW NUMBER, 363?viz:
PLOW8, HARROWS, CULTIVATORS, Horse Hoi
Road Scrapers, Corn SheRors, Straw Cutters, Corn ai
Coffee Mills, Spades and Shovels, Hay and Manure Forl
Rakes, Hoes, Meat Cutters and Staffers, Bark Mills, a
Wood, WUlow and Stone Ware. Also, a fresh supply
Landreth'a GARDEN SEEDS, as usual, and 20 bushi
Onion Seta, for planting. For aale by C. RINO,
November 14 tuthsrlmoB Lato D. Landroth k Co,
The American Land Company,
JOHN A. ANDREWS, PRESIDENT
CENTRAL OFFICE :
NO. 67 BROADWAY, NEW YORK,
OFFERS ITS SERVICES FOR THE PURCHAf
SALE. LEASE or EXCHANGE of City or Count
Property in the South and West, or In procuring Wo:
men, Superintendent?, Tenants or Partners, from i
North or from Europe. Correspondents offering p
perty, wlR please forward description and terms,
chargea made except in case of success.
THURBER, SOULE & CO., Agent
NO. 4 STATE-STREET (UP STAIRS),
CHARLESTON, S, C
Novembor 27 Smos
nd
y a,
tho
NOTICE.
PATIENTS WHO ARE SUFFERING WITH RH1
MATICAL pains and swellings, neuralgia, to
and head ache, gout, spasms, cough, asthma, qulr
deafness, diseases of the eye, contractions, jaund:
suppression of the menses, foiling of the womb, dro)
piles, lichens, aU kinds of Bkln and blood diseases, x
vousness, paralysis, epilepsy, dyspepsia, dysentry, d
rhcra, liver complaint, and all kinds of fevers, ought
try tho natural healing art, called BaunBchoidtism,
Life Reviver, who represents tho moat complete Apol
cary'a shop in tho boat and truest sonso, because the.
fects are warming, animating, relieving, and governs
circulation of tho blood. In critical casos, for instar
apoplexy, colic, pneumonia, nervous fever, chol
yellow fever, tranoe, or apparent death, where we h
no time to bo consultative, where the fact ought to
Instantly decided, in such ciraumstances tbis prove?
once tbo Life Reviver as a aavor of life-, therefore path
attacked with such critical diseases, ought to call in
time at the office of Baunscheldtlsm, and not wait u
their physicians have pronounced the case a hope
one.
Office and residence No. 0 Burns' lane.
Dr. J. O. LUDWIG,
December 6 lmo* Professional Baunichcldtls
THE HAUNWIGLL SENTINEL.
THE PUBLICATION OF THIS PAPER, WH10H
FIOE was destroyed in February lost by the Fed
army, has been resumed. It Is the only paper publlt
In that !**.r~o ?nd populous District, aud to merchants
business men possesses advantages seldom met with.
Terms for advertising, SI per square ot twelve line
less, for each insertion. Subscription to paper, S3
annum. Address E. A. BBONSON,
November 22 Proprietc
THE PHOENIX,
PUBLISHED DAILY AND TEI-WEEKLY IN COL
BIA, 8. O.. by JULIAN A. SELB
Advertisements Inserted at reasonable rates.
The PH NIX has a large circulation throughout
10 upper part of the State. Novembor
HAY AND CORN AFLOAT.
t)()A BALES PRIME NORTH RIVER HAY, LAND
-j?i\J UtO from Schooner Wide World, on Adger'x
Wharf
2700 bushels Prime White Corn, landing from Brig
Alfred, on K?*rr's Wliarf.
For salo low while landing, by
JOHN CAMPSEN k CO..
No. 14 Mnrket-strci't, opposite State-street.
December 12 1
T
50
COTTON SEED.
O ARRIVE, 500 BUSHELS POYA PROLIFIC COT
TON SEED, aud for Balo by
LEU A SPENCER,
December 12_6_ North Atluutlc Wharf.
FIRE CRACKEE8! FIRE CRrVCKERS!
BOXES LARGE No. 1 FIRE CRACKERS.
Just received and for sal?; by
LAUREYA ALEXANDER,
December 12 1 Nos.* 140 ami 142 M.cting-st.
PICKLES? PI0KLE8I!
QQ BOXES PICKLES, A?;., CONSISTING OF GER
?O KISS, Mixed Pickles, Cauliflower, PiccaliUi, as
sorted Pickles, Clmw Chow, Tomatoes Ketcliup, Salmi
Cream, French Mustird, Seville Olives, Marmalades,
Jellies, Ac.
Just received per schooner "John Houston," ami for
culo by LAUREY k ALEXANDER,
Nos. 140 and 112 Meeting-street.
The above invoke of Pickles is put up with the best
white wine vinegar, and we challenge the cntiro trailc
for a better orticl?*. _ December 11
BUTTER, LARD, &c.
If FIRKINS CHOICE GOSHKN BUTTER
fj 25 kegs Choice Leaf Lard
M bids. Mackerel
50 boxee t'liecso
50 kits Htckorel
10 libls. Pickled Herrings
100 boxes Suiokeil Herrings.
Just received anil for sale bv
CLACIUa k WITTE,
No. 80 East Bay, corner North Atlautic Wliarf.
December 2 stuthti
WHISKY?TOBACCO.
-| f\ BBLS. OLD BOND BOURBON WHISKY
X.\J 10 bbls. Mountain Dew Whisky
20 bbls. Rye Whisky
100 cases Udolph Woolfc's Whisky
15 boxes Chewing Tobacco.
For sale low, by
T. SAVAGE HEYWARD k SONS,
December 9 stuth. No. 123 East Biy.
B
CHEESE, BUTTER, LARD.
OXES ENGLISH DAIRY CHEESE
Firkins Butter
Firkins Lard
Barrels Flour
Barrels Onions
Barrels Potatoes
Barrels Apples
Boxes Adamantine Caudles
Boxes Hydraulic Pressed Candles
Mackerel in kits and hull barrels.
ALSO,
A fino assortment CIGAIIS.
P. CONNER A CO.,
No. 70 East Bay,
Two doors south North Atlantic Wharf.
December 9 3
SALT! SALT!
1 OiOtfl SACKS LIVERPOOL SALT, IN FIN
_L\_/\_/\_/ order, und large sacks.
For sale by GEO. W. WILLIAMS A CO.
December 9 3
~ LIVERPOOL 8ALT AFLOAT.
?r/\/\ SACKS IN SPLENDID SHIPPING ORDEI
_) \J \J Landing this day and for sale from the whar
by THADDENS STREET,
December!!_ No. 74 East Bay.
FLOUR, RICE, VINEGAR.
-| ff\f\ BBLS. FLOUR
_L\-/ V_7 7S bags Java Rice
25 bbls. Cider Vinegar.
For salo low by JACOB S. SCHIRMER,
November 20 No. 18 North Commercial Wliarf.
CORN, OATS AND HAY.
C)?_r_ BALES PRIME EASTERN HAY
??tJ\J bW bushels Oats
500 bushels Corn.
Lauding and in store, and for sale bv
TROUT k AMSBURY,
Northwest cor. Market and East Buy streets.
November 29
BEST ORRELL COAL.
1AA TONS BEST ORRELL COAL, ON BOAR
JLV/\_/ bark Florence Chipman, from Liverpool.
For sale by RAVEN'EL A CO.
December 7 5
GRANITE FRONTS.
THE SUBSCRIBERS ARE PREPARED TO FURNIS
GRANITE STORE FRONTS, of aU styles and fi.
isb, from $500 upwards.
ALSO,
IRON FRONTS, patterns of which will soon bo
hand. TROUT A AMSBURY,
N. W. corner East Bay and Markst Btreeta.
November 25
WELSH SLATES.
Qf\ ?T./"_/"_ SUPERIOR WELSH SLATES, -
?\J \J\J\J SORTED slzca. just received r
bark "Florcnco Chipman," from Liverpool, and for si
by ROBERT MURE k CO.,
November 30 No. 66 Church-street,
TIN! TIN!
IPA BOXES 10 AND IX CHARCOAL, ROOFI?
__??>!_/ ?nd BRIGHT TIN?best brand. Just rece
ed. and for tale by T. TUPPER k SONS,
Novomber20 lmo Brown's Wharf
Stoves! Stoves!
Q/\A STOVES. SUITABLE FOR OFFICE8 (
*J\J\J DOOMS. For sale at Manufacturer's Prie
by HOPKINS, McPHERSON k Co.,
October 31 No. 155 Meeting-street
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. G.
New Accomodation. Line
STEAMER
S.
OF
era
hod
and
j, or
per
O-ZEHST.. HOOKER,
CAPT. J. F. LONG.
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF,
above, To-Morrow Morning, the 13th inst, i
o'clock. She wiR return from Georgetown on Fri
next, and lo&vo hero again on Monday, the 18th last.
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
8HACKELFORD k FRASER, Agents,
December 12 Accommodation Whar
FOR PALATKA, FLORIDA.
"JBESG-TJl-.AR LINK."
THE NEW AND SPLENDLD STEAMSHIP
DM
X.
the
24
CITY POINT,
CAPTAIN E. 8. TALBOT,
WILL LEAVE COMMERCIAL WHARF. CHARI
TON, S, 0., every Wednesday Morning, at
o'clock, touching at Savannah, Fernandina, and
Landing, on St. John's River?leaving Savannah o
Wednesday Afternoon at Four o'clock.
RBTTTRNlNia*:
Will leave PalaUca .very Tkursday Evening, at 1
o'clock, Jacksonville every Friday Morning, at E
o'clock, Fernandina Friday Afternoon, et Four o'ol
and Savannah every Saturday Morning, at Eight o'ol
The 0ITY POINT was built by her present ow
without regard to coat?her HtatoRooms and Cablni
ing famished in the most luxurious manner.
For Treinbt or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL A CO.,
Corner Eaat Bay and Vandorhonit'a Wha
December 1
VOll LIVERPOOL-_TUE ENTHIELT
new and nrtt-daas American itark TU8CANO,
>Kkllling. Master, having a large portion ni" her
===&eurgo engaged, will have dispatch l..i- tlicabovo
port.
For Freight engagcineiits ol lowest market ratet?, an.
ply to THADDEU8 STREET,
DOCOmbor 0 No. 74 EuHt Ray.
I'OH l,lVKlll'OOI..-'hll<- NEW A?
Bark ?TEARLESS, two months ol.l. will lmvu
?iiilek dispatch for the above port. For Freight
engagements, apply to P. P. LOOKS,
December 7 Ki-rr's Wharf.
IP O Ik I.IVERPORL.?TIIK ?V "i
?i^ Clipper Ship TAMERLANE, Jackson Master,
Jit-aSa-1,wants 500 RAIES COTTON, and will have
"SfSSSainuiiedlate dispatch. Liberal advances mado
on consignments.
For Freight engagements, apply to
Dccembcr2 WILLIS k CHISOLM.
FOR LIVERPOOL?THE FIRST
class Clipper ?ark FILLE DE L'AIR, Graham
mauler, will meet with dispatch. For Freight
apply to RAVENEL ?t: CO.
December 1
FtntllKiV V OR K.?"H K KCI1 A NTS?
Regular Line?Tin* fast clipper SchuOUOr WIDE
EWORLD, Piern?n, inaster, being of small capa
i*ity, will be quickly despaletad.
For freight or passage, apply t<>
WILLIAM ROACH,
Corner East Day ar?l A.lgei-'? ?uuth Wharf.
Dt'Cfliihi-r 11
>' EMPIRE LINK."?KOK I'liii.i
. DEI.P1IIA.?The fat-t Brig ? ELLEN P. STK
SWAKT," Holland niaslei*, will sail for tlinabuVO
?="=A?uanie(l cily in n few days with what frolght
may offer, Apply to T. S. ?v T. O. Rl'DD,
Agents at Charleston.
LATHBUUY, WICKEESHAM k CO.,
December 12 Philadelphia.
FOR P II I LA I> K L PHI A? K?T
STONE LINE?TIh) Dark GEN. W. T. SHER
MAN, Welch Master, will bave dispatch. For
Freight or lissage, apply to
H. 1*. RAKER ic CO.,
November 90 No. 20 Ctimherlaml-Htreot.
FOR NEW YORK.
THE REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE
OF FIB8T-0LAS8 STEAMSHIPS:
GRANADA, I QVAKKIt CITY,
AI.MAHlllU A I ANDALl'SIA,
THE
i?Tr4
A.,
A. L H A. M 1* H
CAPTAIN BENSON,
WILL LEAVE BROWN ?t CO.'S WHARF ON
WEDNESDAY, December 13th, at ? o'clock
precisely.
For Freight or Passage, apply t<>
RAVENEL ?t CO., Agents.
South corner of East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf,
Dccciubor 11
New Fork and Charleston
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving cadi Port every ??alternate Thursday,
BTEAMSHIP EMILY R. SOUDER,
Cam?. R. W. Lockwood.
STEAMSHIP MONERA,
Capt. C. P. Mahshman.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, OFFERING EVERY INDUCE.
MENT TO SHIPPERS AND THE TRAVELING
PUBLIC, huvlug miperlor accommodations for Passen?
gers, with tables supplied by every luxury the Now York
and Charleston markets can afford; and for safety, speed
and comfort are unrivalled on tho coast.
THE NEW STEAMSHIP
ON
MONEKA,
CAPTAIN C. P. MARSHMAN,
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF
THURSDAY, December ?, at ? o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments to Mew York,
For Freight or Passage apply at the office of tho Agents,
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
December 0 North Atlantic Wh irf.
?FOB SAVANNAH.
THE UNITED STATES MAIL BOAT
CAPT. GEO. H. BEAUFORT,
WILL LEAVE ON TUE8DAY MORNrNG,- DEC. 10,
at 8 o'clock A. M., from Accommodation Wharf,
for Savannah, connecting with the U. S. Stall Boat
HELEN GETTY for JacksonvUlo and all Intermed?ate
ports.
For Freight or Passago, apply to tho Captain on board,
or to A. GETTY k CO.,
December 12 1 Nos. 126 and 108 Meeting-street.
FOR SAVANNAH.
REGULAR LUSTE.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
O X T "Y POINT,
CAPTAIN E. S. TALBOT,
WILL LEAVE COMMERCIAL WHARF, CHARLES
TON, S. C, every Wednesday Morning, at 8ix
o'clock, and returning will lcavo Savannah every Satur.
day Morning, at Eight o'clock.
The CITY POINT was built by her present owners
without regard to cost?her State-Rooms and Cabins be
ing furnished in the most luxurious manner.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL k CO.,
Corner East Bay and Vanderhorst's Wharf.
December 11
TOWAGE.
JES
Six
the
very
line
ight
ock,
.?ClU
ners
i be
rf.
THE NEW STEAM-TUG ARCHUJALD GETTY,
Capt. Mershou, now lying at Accommodation
Wharf, will nmko engagements at moderato rates.
fApply to Captain on board, or to _
ARCHIBALD GETTY k CO.,
No. 126 and 128 Meeting-street, and
November 21 Nos. 6*1 and 6.*. Hasol-street.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY,
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,)
Ohabixston, S. 0., Nov. 6th, 1866. J
O
N AND AFTER THURSDAY, 0TH R18T., THB
Passenger Train will run the following Schedule;
Leavo Charleston.6 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.16 P. M.
Leave Hopkins' Torn-out.7 A.M.
Arrive at HopVlus' Turn-out.3.30 P. M.
IL T. PEAKF,
November 1 Genoral Superintendent,

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