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LTTERPOOL-Per Norw bark Bona Fi<lc-1 case Mdzo,
200 casks Bottled Beor, 50 package.) Bottled Beer, to
Gibbes A: Co; 100 cases Champagne. 10 quarter casks
?Dd 200 cases Brandy, to J F O'Neill & Son: 23,800
Slates, 210 coils Rope, to R T Walker; 31 hali chests
Tea, 50 kegs Soda, 1 caso Earthenware, 1 case Brush?
es, to C E Must in: 20 bales Dimdee Linens, to C T
Mitchell: 18 cases Mdse, to N' J fttesj 0290 sacks
White Salt, 30 bales Woolan Manufacture, 20 bids
Brandy, ll cases Effects, Gi) bola Bottled Beer, 25.000
Slates," 20 crates Earthenware, 2 bundles Iron, 1 case
Percussion Caps and Needles, to Order.Per Br
bark Western Belle-W tons Omi Coal, 300 kegs Bi
Carb Soda, to Marshall, Beach & Co; 1 case Wearing
Apparel, to Gourdin. Matthiesseu ?: Co; 1 case Sta?
tionery, to Willis & Chisolm; 15 bale* Mdze, 43 crates
Earthenware, 2823 sacks Common Salt, to Ordert
HALIFAX, N S-Per Br bark David McNutt-70 cases
Brandy, 15 quarter caskn Wine, 21 baskets Cham?
pagne," 5 hhds Porter. 20 cases Gin. 4 octaves Shcrry
Wiue, 5 half chests Tea, 2 bags Coffee, 520 tons coal,
1702 bushels Oats, 285 bbls Potatoes. 185 bbls Her?
rings, C4 bbls Fish, 270 kits and hall' kits Labrador
Herrings, 7u bbl? Mess Pork. 39 bbls Onions, 100
boxes Smoked Herrings, 50 boxes Codlish, 2 bbls and
2 cases Cheese, to R Mure & Co.
HAMBURG, December 27.-COTTON- quiet, prices
ranging from 20 to 27 in gold, and from 30 to 40 in cur?
AUGUSTA, December 29.-Corros.-There is but little
doing in the market at present Holders are very firm.
"JYe quote good middling at 42.
THE MONEY MARKET.- Gold is in very moderate de?
mand. Our Brokers are buying at 14G and selling at
147. Silver buying at 142 and selling at 14G.
WILMINGTON, Dccomber 30.-No sales reported In
Crudo Turpentine or Tar.
SPOUTS TCRPEN-TISE.- Twenty-three bbls. changed
bands to-day, at 57cents for colored and GO cents fl
gallon for white.
Bosrs.-Sales to-day of G73 bbls. Common, as follows :
60 bbls. Inferior at $4; 72 do. at $4.25; 75 do. mixed at
$4.75; 316 do. at $5, and 100 do. strained at $5.25 ?
DbL Lu No. 2, sales of 75 bbls. at 55.50, and 40 do. at
$6 9 bbL
COTTON.- Fifteen bales sold, at 3G cents for repacked
?nd 43 cents f, lb for MlddUug.
Cons.-A lot of 1000 bushels damaged sold at auction
to-day, at prices ranging from 20 to 80 cents bushel,
according to quality.
NASHVILLE, Tenn., Do-ember 29.-The river is still
rising. The water is- probably thirty-five feet deep on
the shoals. 'A fleet of fifteen coal barges, from the Cum?
berland coal mines, in Kentucky, arrived here to-day.
There aro no means of crossing tho river at this point
except by skiffs. Active preparations aro in progress
for the construction of a suspension bridge. One cable
of the bridge was thrown across yesterday.
Cotton is firm, with an Increased demand. Prides
range from 38c. to 42>ic.-an improvement of about lc.
on a pound on ah qualities. Shipments and receipts
Nen- York Markets?
NEW YORK, Friday, Dec. 29, G P. M.-Thc gold market
TOS dull throughout thc day, aud, after opening at
145>,'@1?', it cloded steady at 145?4. There was more de?
mand from borrowers, and loans were generally made by
paying two per cent, interest upon the currency advanced.
A large amount has been sold "short." in anticipation of
the effect of the payment of the January coiu interest on
thc public debt, aggregating $9,735.700.
Foreign exchange waa duh, on thc basis of 109 ."4 for
prime bankers' bills at sixty days on England, and
109@109li for otber grades. Tho leading drawers found
their bills difficult of sale at the former rate, owing to the
advance of American securities in London, under the
favorable effect of thc President's Message and Treasury
report, which led importers to look for shipments ti)
meet the foreign demand and a consequent increase in
the supply of exchange. Commercial bills continue
Bcarce at rates varying from 108 '4 for inferior to UKI for
prime. Southern bankers' bills drawn against cotton
would bring 109, but there are none offering to an
amount worth mentioning.
The money market was easy ander a superabundance
Of capital at six per cent, with exceptions at seven. The
Influx of currency continues, while thc demand ls dis?
proportionately light and the bataneo in the Sub-Treasu?
ry has increased to about seventy-three millions. Tho
demand for money at the West is becoming more brisk,
owing to the pork-packing season having commenced,
and the rate of discount at Chicago is steady at ten per
cent per annum at the banks. Exchange on thc East,
bowever, remains at par buying and 1-10 premium sell?
ing, showing that the current is still in this direction.
The discount line here is steady and dull at 7@9<?l0@
13 for the first and second grades of commercial paper;
bat lenders aro for the most part reserving their forces
for more profitable speculative uses, after the firs: of
January.- Herald, Saturday, December 30.
A NEW BANE.
The prospectus of the English and American Bank has
been issued in London, with a proposed capital of
?1.800.000, Ot about *i2,G32,500 in American currency,
?ner- ?'o tr be sixty thousand shares, of thirty pounds
sterling ev.n, of which thirty thousand shares only aro
at present to be issued. Of these, twenty-five thom;aud
shares have Leen already taken, leaving' five thousand
filiares yet to be subscribed, for the prospectus recites
that this undertaking "is intended chiefly to transact
credit and exchange banking business in Great Britain
and America, but more especiahy lu the latter country,
where an extensive field exists for its operations, and
whoie such a oank is greatly desired." It is further ex?
plained that "in order to provide the broadest aud
strongest basis for the operations of the company, ar?
rangements have been made with thc Oriental Bank
Corporation, and with th*? Union Bank of London, under
?winch the English aud Arn rican Bank will be enabled
to engage in tho credit and exchange business in Amer?
ica and elsewhere, on tho very heft footing."
' PRODUCE MABKET.
FLOCB.-The market for State aud Western flour was
less active, and prices, though very Arm, were without
-special variation. The sales comprised G000 bushell at
oar subjoined quotations. Southern flour was ia good
demand, and prices ruled very steady. The sales reached
1000 barrels. Canada flour was quiet, but prices were
without noticeable change. Rye flour was inactive. Corn
meal was in better demand, and sales were made of 500
bbls. Brandywine at $4 75, and about 20 puncheons do.
at $24 75@25. We quote :
Superfine State and Western.$7 40 (?> $7 S9
Extra State. 8 40 ? 8 60
Choice-State. 8 05 (a) 8 85
Common to medium extra Western. 8 45 (?? 8 00
Extra round hoop Ohio. 8 85 @ 9 15
Western trade brands.. 9 20 10 30
Common Southern.. 9 00 @ 10 10
Fancy and extra do.10 13 @ 15 23
The corn markot was quiet and heavy. The sales were
about 30,000 bushels at 90c.(g>95c. for unsound, and 96c.
(5/96 Sc for sound mixed Western. Oats wero dull and
drooping, wiUa sales at from 48c.@5Cc. for uusound, and
60c.@C2c. for sound. Rye was ia demand. Wo note
r? js of 1800 bushels State at $1 08. Malt was quiet and
nominal Tho demand for barley was inactive, but
prices were nominally unchanged.
COTTON.-Thc market continued active, and yester?
day's advance was easily maintained. Some holders
were asking 54c. for middling New Orleans. We learned
of no sales, however, above our subjoined quotations, at
which the market closed buoyant and firm. The sales
?were C300 bales, mostly for shipment and speculation.
Upland. Florida. Mobile. A*. 0. di T.
Ordinary.44 45 45 45
Middling.52 62 53 53
Good Middling....54 54 55 55
COFFEE.-The market was steady but quiet. We quote:
Bio, prime, 20>ic good 19>ic.fi.20c, fair 18?-ie.(*19c.,
ordinary 17>ic.@18c., fair to good cargoes M&C.&IP&C..
Java, mats and bags, 28e(S;2'Jc., native Ceylon 24c.(<?23c,
Maracaibo 21>ic.'u;2.,c.1 Laguayra 21c.(S.231.;c., St Do?
mingo 17Xc.@18>io., all gold, net cash, duty paid.
O?SNT BAGS.-The markot was inactive, and, in the
absence of transactions, prices ruled nominal. Wequoto
for a basis 32c, currency.
G?NSX CLOTH was quiet and unchanged. Holders
were demanding 29&30c. for lots here, and 23?29c, for
lots In Boston.
HAY ruled somewhat firmer. We quote city bale at
80(??95c., and shipping parcels at 80c.
LEATHER was rather quiet, but prices were firm at
our last quotations.
MOLASSES was inactive but quite steadv, with sales of
about AS hhds. Porto Rico, iu lots, at from ??&SJC; CO
bbls.new crop New Orleans sold at from $1.05@?1.25;
also by auction, about 70 bbls. New Orleaus (new crop)
at S?JiiryOJc., cash.
NAVAL STORES were quiet in everv department. We
quote :-Common rosin, ?56.80, without material sales,
about 300 bbls. strained sold at S7<g $7.50: No. 2 was
held at S3'?,?10. and No. 1 at SH to ill. including low
to Rood. Wc note sales of 210 bbls. prime pale at 817?
?17.50. Spirits Turpentine was dull and lower. About
50 bbls., in very poor condition, sold at HSc. Larae lots
were generally sold at $1.02 >i. Retail pavers sold to a
moderate extant at ?L03. We onoto Tar .;:j.:;7 -. -'i ?0
and Pitch S&GOg f7.
NAILS.-Tho market was only moderately active, but
previous full prices- wen; well maintained. Assorted
sizes cut wero sc-Iiing at 8c., while small sizes moat in
demand were commanding S'.c. We quote :-Clinch,,
Oe.gOUc.; forged horse, 3Cc. fur Sd. : copper, Gue ; yoi-1
low metal, .??lc, and zinc, 20c, cash.
Pnonsrccts.-Receipt?. 402 bbls, pork, io bbls. brof,
73 pkg, , rut meats, ami MO keg? lani. Tho pork market
was beary, and prices were somewhat in buyers' favor,
under rather a limited inquiry. Mess closed at .*20 :il
regular. Thc sales were about C500 "nids, at s20 236?
21? 75 for mes?, $21 50 for prime m?ss, and t24 for new !
primo; also about 5000 bbls. new moss seid for January !
and February delivery, seller's option, at $29 SO.
Beef was only i-i m Kiera te demand, bu: mice* wore 1
steady; Hie sales were SOO bid?., at ?U?:lJ for old
plain mesa, $U?j 17 for obi extra mess, .r!7'-; 20 for new
plain mess, and ?22(0.24 for new extra mess, 1; cf hams. I
were firm, with a moderstc inquiry: thu sales were about
20.) bbls., at ?:12 50.;y.->. Bacon was uol, much wanted, ?
and pricCa were almost nominal: tritliug sales, com- ?
prising 2U0 boxes, were made, at ldc. for short rib and I
15c.@ISj?c. for Cumberland cut Cut meat? were in I
steady request, and prices were unchanged; ibo nales ?
were 300 packages, at Uc.?13c. for shoulders and lara :
10c. for hams. The lard market was without decided
change, though price-, if anything, were something
tinner. We note sales of COO packages at ICc.@20c-thc
latter rate un extreme for small lots choice kettle ren?
dered. Butter waa dull and drooping; sales were made
at 2()c.@35c. for Western and 27c($40c. fur state. Cheese
was dull and heavy.
RICE continued*dull. We quote Carolina at 12 !?r'; 13c.,
and Rangoon at ?'Vr? 10':c.
Seo an -.vam in moderate doman.!. We note sales i if luO
hhds. Porto Rico on private terms, and Hu hhds. Cuba
muscovado at 10.'.ic. ; also 1000 boxes, ranging from No.
ll to No. 12, at irom 12.I?$12&C. There was rather
more doing in refined, and prices ruled a tritio ?nucr,
yet no higher.
SALT.-The market was firm : 2000 sacks Ashton, per
ship Belmont, sold at $3. gold. Two cargoes Turk's
Island Salt have been stored by importers, holding tor
higher prices than the market now alfords. We quote:
Ashton at il.75. Marshall at f l, ground al ?2.25'<j.2.30,
Tnrk'6 Island al 50c.
Tis' was without special eales. Banca was held at
23'j@28",.t'c. ; Straits at 27'.(?27Al'c., and English at
WHISKY.-Receipts, 737 bbls. The market nUed dull,
nominal and a shade lower under a continued limited
demand. Very email Bales were made at S2.27tii.12.2S.
Xeut York Herald, Dtttmbtr '.>'?).
LIVERPOOL, December 16-A. M.
COTTON.-Tho Brokers' Circular stys :-The market
was quiet on Fi iday and Saturday last, waitiug f.irther
American advices, und a concession of about '2d. r Hi.
was submitted to. On Monday tho demand revived
upon thc accounts ncr Persia of diminished receipts in
tho American ports, and with further advices since to
the samo oiTect, although accompanied by lower quota?
tions, a large business has becu transacted daily. Prices
have rallied, and thc week closed on Thursday with ani?
mation, partly attributable to thc bank ruto not having
been raised. American, after receding )?d. Ul lb. carly
in tho week, beeton o decidedly firmer, and closed '^'d. 'c*
lb. above last week in thc ordinary and middling quali?
ties. Sea Island in good demand at previous rates.
Sales of the week SO,300 bales, including 11,770 to specu?
lators, and 22,230 for export The official quotations are:
Fair Orleans.23d. Middling Orleans... .21 \?.
Fair Mobile.2214'd- Middling Mobile.21 ?id.
Fair Uplands.22>,'d. Middling Uplands.. .21 'jd.
Yesterday (Friday) the market was quieter nuder tho
China's hews. Tho sales wero about 8000 bales, at un?
changed prices. The stock on hand is estimated at 313,
000 bales, including 120,960 American.
TllADE AT MANCHESTER.
The market yesterday opened with a quieter feeling,
but without any change in prices. A stronger tone was
manifested toward the close.
LrvEM'OOL, Saturday evening, December 16.
COTTON.-Sales to-day 10,0<>U bales, including 3000 to
speculators and exporters, the market cloting firmer,
but quotations unchanged.
Pno VISIONS quiet and steady.
LONDON, Saturday Evening, December 10.
. CONSOLS closed at 87,4(J67'i.
AMERICAN SECURITIES.- The latest sales were : United
States Five-Twenties, 04 ii (6.04 V: niluois Central 6harcs,
81!;@82; Eric shares, G8Ji@68*i'.
Tho Paris Bourse closed firm at C8f. 45c. for the Rentes.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
December 80 and 30.
18 bales S I Cotton, 050 bales Upland Cotton. nndMdzc.
To E H Rodgers ft Co, H F Baker * Co, A H Eosterby, T
Street, R M Butler, Fraser ft Dill, J M Caldwell .V. Son, C
O Witte, J G Mof?ett, Bruns ft Bee, T C H Dukes, J W
Brown & Co. B O'Neill, Cr ll Sass, L droning. Mrs Chi?
chester, IT Cobia ft Co, Adams, Frost k Co, R Mure &
Co, T C CaUicott. O A Honley Sc Co, W C Bee ft Co. Mow?
ry ft Co, W Thorne, c: Atkinson & Co, J J P Smith. J If
Oller, J J McCartcr, W Lt Smith, S Samson, J R Pringle,
S J Robinson, Marshall. Beach k Co, E McCrady .v. Sou,
C W Henry, L T Potter, VA Ulis & Chisohu, R T Walker, J
Purcell, H Winthrop. W Leb'uv. Brabham, Hoffman ic Co,
D F Fleming, H Gerdts, H C Robinson, A S J Perry, J U
Tavlor. Hunt, A B Milligan, Saltus k Roach, C Bryden,
and ? DoWitt.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
33 bales Upland Cotton, Cars Lumber, Furniture, Ma?
chinery. Gram, Mdze,.ftc. To J D Clarke, J L Little, li
W Clark ft Co, J Dixon, Ebaugh k Maloney, Adams,
Frost .t Co, Z Davis, J Horlbeck, Shackelford .v. Fraser,
W C Dukes i Co, J Rvau, J S Riggs -V. Co, and WK Ryan.
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York.-Mr
C C Learv, Col Van Bu- ia, Mr Seabrook, Mr Chun-hill,
Mr Richards. Mr B W Warren, Mr H Gourdin. H M oib
Bon, E G Heiriott Mr Brown, A Ascher, P H Kepler,
wife, nurse and 3 children, J H Banker and wife, Miss
Van Norden and sorvant, A W Bacon, J D Weed, Mrs
Croocker and daughter, Miss Brown, Mrs Herriott and
child, Miss Sweetland, and others in the steerage.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Georgetown-A Morgan,
T P Alston, B F Alston. N Emanuel aud Sou, J C Lauroy,
W B Spraguc, W S Morse, aud 12 on deck.
r-HASES OF THE MOON.
FuU M. 1st, lh. 23m. oven. INcw M. 16th, 4h. 17m. even
Last Q. 8th, 4h. 42m. even. | First Q. 23d, 4h. 34m. even
RISES. I SETS.
6 Saturday ...
PORT OF CHARLESTON',
Arrived Monday. [JAN. 1
Spr-n barkentine Fortuna. Garrido, Havana, 10 days.
Sugar and Tobacco, To tho Spanish Consul. Bound to
Cadiz and put in for repairs, bavin;; sprung aleak.
Sehr Northern Light. Harper, Now York, ll days. Salt
and Lumber. To the Master, G W Clark, and W Reeves.
Arrived Yesterday. [JAN. 2
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York-5S hours
left New York in a N E snow storm. Mdzc. To Ravenel
k Co, Adams Express Co, J E Adger, Adams ft Damon,
Allan k Siddons, C D Ahrens & Co, Bissel) Bros, T W
Bliss, B & S, S P Boozer, D Briggs, H Bischoff, A Bis?
choff, J M Bristol, J'P Bryce, Burk-; k Sou, ll D Burket,
G H Brown.W Bird k Co.Bollmanu Bros, Corbitt ft Cassi?
dy, L Chapin k Co, J H Cathcart A: Elliott, CDS Co, R
Brawn. Chisolm Bros, G W Clark & Co, J Cam poon, Cars
ten i Jacobs, Craig, Tuomey k Co, S G Courteney. Came?
ron, Barkley A: Co, W H Chafce. H Clark ft Bros, E L
Denning, L*Coben, Milos Drake-, O Davis ft Co, Dr C Da
voga, J ?t F Dawson, E ?V. R. F Eniehnan, W H Easterby,
A W Ecket J Enslow, W E Earle, Forbes ft Gilleman, C D
t- ranko, S Frlbourg, Fraser & DUI. J M Greer, W Gurney,
Gas Works, C Graveley, J Graver, Graves ft Lawrence,
Gibbes & Co, Hart ft Co, S L Howard. Harnden's Express
Co, H Harris, Hunt Bros, J W Harrisson, J HUlcn, Hastie,
Calhoun ft Co, W S Houery, J Heibcr, J Hirshfield, J M
Ueiseub?ttel. A H Hayden, Hiram Harris, J P Hurrah, E
E Jackson, Jeffers k Co, J K?ninck, King fe Cassidey, J
D Kirkpatrick, Klinck k Wilkenberg. H Elatto, H W Kins?
man, Lauroy ft Alexander, Luhrs ft Stelling, N Levin, C
Love, D Lopez, G Linstcdt, S R Marshall, F C Moy, J B
McElhose. J Marion, G H Monett, Morgan Bros, O Nach
nian, J C Noland, J C Ojerman, B O'Neill, L Oreut, W F
Paddon, G Pond, C Piense. Pratt, Wilson ft Co, M Pennal,
E H Rodgers, J Russell, Ravenel ft Barnwell, Yt D Ri iok.
Rcnnekcr ft Glover, T Street, H Saubegroux, J SmaU. J
E Schroder. H Siogling, HStoinman, A F Strohecker.H C
Stol!, G W Steffens, M Sickle, C H Panknin, Stall, Webb
ft Co, D Lauderdale, Col C W Thomas, W J Trim, J A
Tidoinan, A Tbomlineon, T Tupper ft Sous, Uffcrhardt,
Campsen ft Co, C /oigt, F von Sant?n, Wagoner, Heath
ft Monscon, W White. J "Walker, W G Whildeu. G W Wil?
liams, Wharton ft Petsch, W A Wardlaw, L Weikopt. Von
Holten, Tamsen ft Co, H ll Williams, W Rabcnstcin, J R
Gulp, Van Devicr & Cox, W Lamb. Webb ft Sage, J M Os
tendorf, J Mott, Wilbur ft Son, P B Glass, Kenneth ft
Gibson, C M H?bt * Johnsons ft Whiting, and W A
Ship Southern Rights, Ross, Now York, 5 days. Hay.
To the Master and W B Williams.
Norw bark Bona Fido, Omholt, Liverpool 73 days.
Salt aud Mdse. To Ravenel ft '.'o, Gibbes ft Co, J F
O'Neill ft Son, R T WaBier, (?Si latin, C T Mitchell, N
J Yates, und ordor.
LRLESTON DAILY K
I Br bark David MeNutf, Chambers, Halifax, X 8., 10
days to thc Bar. Assorted cargo. To It Muro k Co.
Sehr Lizzie L Taplett, Jones, Kew York, 8 days. Pro- j
visions, fax To the Master.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Paine, Georgetown. HS bale? Cot?
ton, 88 bVs Rosin, kc. To Ferguscn & Holmes, Adams,
Frost k Co, and F Conner & Co.
Br bark Sea Queen.
Went to Sea Snnday. [DEC. 31
Brig Mazatlan, Mazunc, Satilla, Geo.
Brig Alfred, Hufnagel, Doboy, Geo.
"Went to Sea Yesterday. [JAX.
Steamer City Point, Talbot, Kew York.
From tills Port.
Steamship E B Sonder. Lockwood, at Kow York. Dec 29.
Sehr A M Flanagan, Hover, at Philadelphia, Doc 2i.
Cleared for thU Port.
Sehr Ridgewood. Dorricksen. at New York, Dec 29.
Sailed for this Port.
Tin- Ezra, Bradshaw, from Liverpool. Div t.".
WILLIAM B. HERIOT & CO,,
No. 249 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTEREST
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX
SLAKE COLLECTION'S AND TltOJirT BE
Reference? lit Sew York:
Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS k CO.
RICHARD' LATHERS, Esq., President Great Western
B. J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. SO Wall-street.
JEOBGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Insur
.nco Company._October 20
"WTMTTUNNO & co.,
BANKERS AND FACTORS,
NO. 6 STODDARD'S RANGE,
W. M. TUNNO.S. H. CON'DICT.D. JENNINGS.
December 21 _thswC
' w.s. MCGILLIVRAY,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
RESIDENCE: NO. IO ATLANTIC-STREET.
ALL KINDS OF CARPENTER'S WORK AND GENE-1
RAL BUILDING AND REPAIRING OF HOUSES |
undertaken and comptotcd with dispatch.
Orders left at tho omeo of R. M. MARSHALL, No. 33
Broad-street, will meet with prompt attention.
January 1 m wi Imo
JAMES W. BROWN & CO.,
Auction and Commission Merchants,
NOS. 13G AND 138 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE PAVILION HOTEL,
WHO HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL
supply of PROVISIONS and GROCERIES.
JAMES W. BROWN.E. JOHN WHITE
GEO. F. YON KOLNITZ.
January 1 4
JOHN S. RIGGS & CO,
REAL ESTATE, STOCK BROKERS,
General Commission Agents,
No. 4 STATE-STREET,
SECOND DOOR NORTH DANK OF CHARLESTON.
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE AND SALE
of REAL ESTATE, STOCK8, BONDS, and all
nogotiablo paper, strictly on Commission ; also, all arti?
cles of MERCHANDISE which may be ontrusted to our
JOHN S. RIGGS.J. RAYENEL MACBETH
October 3 w
0. D. PRENTISS,
BROKER MD BIER
NO. 3 STATE-STREET.
O'BRIEN & AIMAR,
WCTION & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
KNOWN AS THE "SAILOR'? HOSIE,"
WILBUR & SON,
SENERAX AUCTIONEERS & COMMISSION
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS
Nos. 13 and 15 Stntc-stfcet and Nos. 1 and 3
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
ALL DESCRIPTIONS OF PRODUCE OR MER?
CHANDISE, either for Public or Private Sale, re
:poctfnlly solicited. Real Estate, in City or Country,
rurohasod and sold strictly on commission.
Successor to John Siegling,
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN
MUSIC AND MUSICAL MERCHANDISE,
(ESTAMJSHED Cl 1619),
Corner of King and Beaufain streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
J1D* Entrance third door on Beaufain-street.
December 27 wslmo*
FURNISHING GOODS FOR GENTS' WEAR, LN ANT
A. S. HULL, Agent,
DRAPER AND TAILOR,
AT WELCH'S STAND,
CORNER MEETING AND MARKET STS.
November 1 lyj
OLD SOUTHERN EXCHANGE
THIS OLD ESTABLISHED AND POPULAR
IS NOW OPEN.
AND THE BEST MEALS TO BE HAD IN CHARL
TON, ls what this place has always been celebrated
and we are pledged to keep up the reputation.
Call and see for yourself at
No. 125 Meeting-st.
" L S. K. BENNETT,
BEAL ESTATE AG-EN 1
No. 40 BROAD-STREET.
HOLMES & STONEY,
JOHN E. HOLMES.SAMUEL D. STONE
FACTOKS & COMMISSION 3IERCILA>'T!
BOYCE ii CO'S. "WHARF.
rrco?isrER & CO.,
No. 76 East Bay-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C
ts- LIBERAL r,\sn ADVANCES MADE ITO
CONSIGNMENTS OE APPROVED M ER CHA NDI&
December 22 _
- WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANT:
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE SALE AN
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports)
COTTON, HICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF. Charleston, S. C.
. WILLIS.A. R. CHISOLJ
ry, c. BEE.THEODORE D. JERVE
WILLIAM C. BEE & CO.,
No. IS EAST BAY'.
October G_ 3moa
J08. B. RUSSELL..CHAS. 8. ELLI!
RUSSELL & ELLIS,
Wilmington, N. C.
' J". KC- BAGQETT ?35 CO-,
No. 10 Accommodation "Wharf. Charleston
IVE THEIR ATTENTION EXCLUSIVELY TO TH
JT Salo or Shipment of Long and Short Staple Cottoi
Charges on Salos er Shipments limited to actual expel
t arcs and commissions. The largest advances mad
n consignments for Liverpool or New York,
j December G wfmlmo
JAMES M. SHACKELFORDT
BROKER AND REAL ESTATE AGENT
Office No. 5 Broad-street, (np stairs.)
SPECIE, NEGOTIABLE PATER, BANK NOTE?
Stocks, Bonds and Real Estate bought and sold o
commission. Imo* December 16
CART & KOPFP;
Francis G. Cart.H. C. SI. Kopfl
/' . . AND
Charleston, S. C.
"ARCHIBALD GETTY & co.,
Stopping and Commission Merchants,
Noe. 120 AND 128 MEETING-STREET.
Nos. 53 and 55 IIASEL-STREET,
CHARLESTOX, S. C.
STYLES & CARTER,
Orleans Linc of Southern Packets
NO. 10 YANDERBORSrS WHARF.
L ? Em) CHARLESTON, S. C.
Advances made on consignments.
WM. H. R0B30N 4 CO., Agents in New York.
December 2 Imo
A. FOSTER BLACK,
No. 26 HajT-ne - street3
AGENT FOR THE SALE OF FILES, CRUCIBLES
AND STEEL, manufactured by the Whlpplo F?
Company. Their Files took tho highest premium at th
American Institute, in October last, over all others, am
are sold for less.
Also, for tho Union Vico Company, formed for th
minufacturo of BRAINARD'S PARALLEL TRAVERS
ING VICE, patented January 3, 18G5, combining mor
avantages than any other in usc, and fast suporcedim
Above articles supplied at manufacturers' prices.
Orders also received and promptly attended to for thi
rocurlng or manufacture of any description of Tool
sad Mu min cry, fmw November 10
TO OWNERS AND SHIPPERS OF
COTTON, NAVAL STORES, TARN, k
CHARLES L. GUILLEA?ME,
OFFICE No. 143 3IEETIXG-ST.,
Directly Opposite Hayne-Street,
CHARLESTON. S. C.,
WELL MAKE LIBERAL ADVANCES ON CONSIGN?
MENTS through bis friends
Messrs. SAWYEH, WALLACE i Co., New York.
Messrs. DOLLNEB, POTTER 4 Co., New York
Messrs. BOONEN, G SAVES & Co., New York.
Messrs. HASELH?EST k SMITH, New I'ork.
Messrs. J. k D. MALCOMSON k Co., Liverpool.
Messrs. JOHN K. GILLIATT & Co., Liverpool.
Messrs. HENRY SLOAN 4 Sos, Philadelphia
Messrs. PENDEBGAST, FENWICK k Co., Baltimore.
Messrs. THAYER, BRIGHAM 4 Co., Boston.
Messrs. GABDXEB, DEXTER 4 Co., Boston.
Messrs. CHAS. SMITH 4 Co., Boston.
His facilities for Insurance cover Cotton, etc., all the
way through by land and sea from any point at lower
ates by floating policies than can be effected here
Produce Bought and Sold here to ail orders at Market
rates, giving owners tue opportunity of selling hero or
Consignments solicited, to which I will give my per?
sonal attention, and returns made in currency, gold, or
o reign exchange._imo_December 13
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
REAL EsfATE in any of the Southern States.
ALSO AGENT FOR THE SALE, RENTING, RE?
PAIRING, &c, VF CITY PROPERTY. A^g;.st 22
GAS FITTING AND TINNING.
FORBES & GUILLEMET,
No. 472 King, opposite RadclifUe-st.,
BEG TO INFORM THEIR FRIENDS AND THE PUBLIC GENERALLY, THAT THEY ARE PREPARED TO
put up new GAS PIPING IN DWELLINGS, STORES, kc, at THIRTY CENTS PER FOOT; and no charge?
inado tor fittings. GAS FIXTURES at proportionally moderate prices. TINNING, ROOFING and GUTTERING:
carefully executed. JOBBING promptly aiton le i to.
Thankfu: f \ past, favors, they hope, by moderate charges and giving satisfaction, to merit i continuance of pt?
Messrs. .TAS.. v: BE OWNJ> CO. Messrs. CAMERON, BARELE 1* & CO.
Messrs. LAUREA A- ALEXANDER. Messrs. E. B. STODDARD & CO.
Mwsra. J. COTDITNS A CO. Messrs. J. ft F. DAWSON ft CO. ' =
' ^?Kft?HiF?*?' E?<I' ROBT. THURSTON, Esq.
?. I1'Mt' n. T. PEAKE. Esq.
J. * EI1- Ii- T. V.'ALKER. Esq.
C. P. ADIAR. Esq. J. R. EMERY. Esq.
G. Ai BOWMAN, Esq. S. G. COURTENAY, Esq.
Capt. C. B. SIG WALU. G. W. ADIAR, Esq.
J. II. DEVEREUX. Esq. G. D. GRICE. Esl.
J. N. ROBSON, Esq. L. P. LEBLEUX, Esq.
J. lt. MOFFETT, Esq. E. FOURGEACD, Esq.
B. AL STROBEL, Esq.
December 27 ? ' 6m
Are now prepared to Press and Compress;
COTTON, HEMP, WOOL, PAPER, RAGS,
OR ANY ARTCLE REQUIRED TO BE BALED FOR TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE OR CON.
Thc superiority of this MACHINE over all others, will be seen by ono trial.
ROYALTY SECURED. NO MACHINES TO BE SOLD
Orders taken at Mesara. CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.'S, or at tho PRESSES, foot of Hasel-street
and East Bar. . ......... ,
P. 8.-Tho attention of Shippers, Owners avid Cotton Factors is particularly called to the above.
Attorney at Law and Solicitor in Entity,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM
No. 33 to No. 31 Broad-street,
OVER ?GILVIE'S HARDWARE STORE.
January 1 . " mwf6
ASHER D. COHEN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
No. 94 Broad-street,
WEST COURT HOUSE.
COMMISSIONER CF DEEDS STATE NEW TORE.
ATTORNEY AND MAGISTRATE,
No. 30 BROAD-STREET.
Messrs. McCRADY & SON,
Attorneys at Law,
HAVE RESUMED THE PRACTICE OF THEIR PRO
FESSION, and for tho present moy bo found at No. 60
MEETING-STREET, next tho South Carolina Society
Hau. _October 25
Attorneys nt Law and Solicitors in Equity,
OFFICE NO. 82 HASEL-STREET, UP STAIRS. NEST
DOOR TO POSTOFFICE. November 7
J. W. CARMALT,
Importer and Dealer in
VARNISHES, &C, &a
No. 50 EAST BAY,
Corner of Boyce's Wharf,
And immediately opposite his old stand.
GENERAL ENGRAVER AND PRINTER.
VISITING, WEDDING AND BUSINESS CARDS
Seals of every description
Brass Stamps, Door, Number, and Pew Plates neatly
XS" Office northeast corner of King and Hasel streets.
December 12 Imo*
Repairing of All Kinds Done Promptly,
NO. 14 HAYNE-STREET AND 33 PINCKN EY-STREET
November 23 _
6as Fitter, Steam Fitter aiifl Pinier,
No. 447 KING-STREET,
Three Doors above Calhoun.
OAS FIXTURES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS ; KEROSENE
LAMPS AND OIL ALWAYS ON HAND.
December 12 Imo
PUTTY UP JJUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBEETH,
No. 101 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP \RTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDERS FROM HIS
old and new customers.
GLAZING promptly attended to. PUTTY for sale.
NATHAN M. CHAFEE,
NO. 205 EAST BAY,
OPPOSITE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.
THE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that ho is prepared to execute orders either
in repairing old or putting up new work, and hopes by
promptness, good execution, and reasonable charges, to
merit the patrouage ofaU who wUl favor him with a
trial. He also oiTers for sale, at reasonable rates, SHEET
LEAD, Lead Piping, Shot, Iron Force and Lifting
Pumps, Bibb Faucets, Iron Sinks, Closet Basins, Cop?
per Closet Pans, kc, kc.
He will also order, at shortest notice, all kinds of
PLUMBERS' MATERIAL, and, with the unusual facili?
ties he enjoys, cannot fail to give catire satisfaction.
CALL AND SEE._Imo?_December 19
. NORTH, STEELE & WARDELL,
WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
STATIONERY, PERFUMERY, CUTLERY,
HOSIERY, FURNISHING GOODS, ore.
No. 107 Mcetin?-strect, Charleston, S. C.
J. B. STEIXE. ) j C. C. NORTH,
A. W. WARDELL, Jr. J / New York. I
October 18 3mos '
?. E CHAFEE, "
Wholesale Grocer & Commission Merchant^
No. 205 East Bay,
OPPOSITE NEW CUSTOM HOUSE.
December 4 Imo
"JOHN JONG 8S CO.,
IMPORTEES & WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUOBS
CROCFJERT, H9LL0WWARE AND GLASSWARE.
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, 4c.
No. 88 HASEL-STREET
November 1 wim .
THOMPSON & BROTHER,
No. lia EAST BAY.
IN STORE AND RECEIVING BY EVERY STEAMER,
a fuU supply of GROCERIES,
A general supply of GROCERIES.
HASTIE, CALHOUN & CO.,
Nos. 24 BATHE AND 35 PINCKNEY STS.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
LEATHER AND SHOE FINDINGS
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Decombor 23 12
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALERS Di
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
No. 1G5 Meeting-Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
rrUKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEES BB?
JL SUMPTION of business, ami invite tho attention
of purchasers to their Stock, which ia now complete.
3ULA?HLAJSr ?Sc GKLVSTNTST,
WEST CORNER CHURCH AND CHALMERS-STREET.
CARPENTERS MD BUILDERS,
RESPECTFULLY INFORM THE COMMUNITY
that they are prepared to receive orders for aU kind',
ol BUILDING and JOBBING. Imo? Decmber li
.A. ILLING, "
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER DI
MILLINERY AND FANCY GOODS,
DRY GOODS, TOYS, &c,
At No.26a KING-STREET, Charleston, S.e.,
AT NEW TOBE PBICES.
Hy YorkviUe paper copy for two months, and send
blR to this office._lyr_November 21
HAS BEMOVED HIS FURNITURE STORE TO THE
CORNER OF KING AND CLIFFORD STREETS,
in tho spacious building erected by the late Wm. Ea?
ston, expressly for that business, where he hopes ta
meet his former friends and patrons, and by strict at
tentior to business merit a share of their patronage.
Onhund and constantly receiving, a full supply of
Cottams Sets, Parlor and Dining Sets,
IN MAHOGANY AND WALNUT.
IN MAHOGANY AND WALNUT.
With every variety of FURNITURE, at the LOWEST
ASH PRICE Imo December 5
New Drug Store
AT FLORENCE. S.C.
WE RESPECTFULLY INFORM OUR FRIENDS,
and the Public generally, that we are now recd*?
mg, and will som offer, at wholesale and retail, theiarg.
est and best selected stock of tine Medicines, Chemical
Paints, Oils, Dye Studs, Perfumery, Soaps, Brushes, keu,
in fact, every article usuaRy found in a first-class Drug
Our stock has been selected from the largest Importing
houses of New York and Philadelphia, by one of ex?
perience: consequently we feel no hesitation in warrant
UiR every article as being strictly pore.
Prescriptions will be accurately and neatly compound
cd, at all hours of tho dav and ii ??lit.
October 21 ' J A PRATT. BA COT k CO.
SCOTT Ss HERIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants..
Washington-*!., Columbia, S. C.
W. E. SCOTT.W. C. HERIOT.
Will (rive priiium attention to Piuvhasinx. Selling and
Forwarding ot alfVeretiaiuiia?. November 20