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CHARLESTON DAILY NEVS....FEBR?ABY 5,1866._ _:--_cr-?
MONDAY MORNING. FEBRUARY 5, I860.
COKEY, C B-Per brig BiTerside-381 toas Coal, to W
5OW YORK-Per steamship Alhambra-671 bags con
taming 2500 bushels Bough Bice, 411 packages
dasao, 75 bales Cotton, 9 bbls Metal SO bbls Rosin,
13 packages Sundries, 15 bales Hides and Skins, 78
WEOMDiGTOX. February 2, 6 P. M.-TtrapmrrnrR.
IT4 bbls, roceived and sold at $5.25 for yellow dip, $
aw tts. A lot of 1800 bbls., former arrivals, was re?
sold at the same price as above.
SPTJUTS TrmrENTiNK.-Sale of 6C bbls. at 55@57Ko. fl
gallon for white, in N. Y. packages.
Roane.-In Common wo note sales of 34 bbls., at $2
far loose, 156 do. at $3, 53 do. at $3.40, and 50 do. strain?
ed a*.$S?0 * bbl,
TAJL-156 bbls. Bold at $3.15 H bbl
COROM-Is in fair inqiury, but prices are rathor irre?
gular. Wo qU'>to sales of 35 bides at 35c for re-packed,
Me. fer low middling. 42, 42K@43?- for middling, and
44c ^ Jb for good middling.
lanna.-One raft sold at $13 ?I M.
BALTIMORE, February 1.-Corran.-CoiTee is quiet,
tate only sale we have heard of to-day bel?g ono of 75
hie? Eic at 19 cents, gold. The market, however, con?
tinues strong, and wo again quote as follows, viz: Rio
at 18&19 cents, gold, for common to fair; 20@20K cts.,
gold, for ? ood to prime; 20K?21 cents, cold, for choice;
Loguoyro at 23@23.Si cents, gold; and Java at 2302334
oonta, gold. Stock to-day in first and second hands is
about 20,000 basa.
FLOUTS.-There is very little doing in Flour, and tho
market may be sai : to he dull and heavy for almost all
descriptions. There seems to be no inquiry for Flour
for export, and the sales making are almost ezclnnively
te the local trade. Prices are nominally unchanged,
sod good Flour, the stock of which ls light, ls held with
eossiderable firmness. Wo heard this morning of a sale
of 1300 bbls. fair Howard-street Extra, but the terms
did not transpire. Ws quote as betoro:-Howard-street
?t $8.50<as.75 forSup- r; $9.25?9.62K for Extra; $10i&
19.60 for Fancy do.; $11.50? 12 for Familyr Western at
$8.25(^8.50 for Sup<r; $firstname.lastname@example.org for Extra; $0.75@10 for
Fancy do. ; $11(011.50 for Family; City Mills at $8.50?
9 fer Super; $9.25?9.50 for standard Extra; and $11.50?
ll.TS for high erode Rio Ext-a. Patapsco, Reservoir
and other brands of Baltimore Fara''Iv and high grade
Extra are now selling to the trade at $14.50 for the for?
mer, and $12.75 per obi. tor the latter. Rye Flour ls
very dall at $4.50(^4.75, and we quote Corn Meal dull at
QoAcr-Corn was in better supply to-day than for
some time past, the receipts, a considerable portion of
which were by water, embracing some 20,008 bushels
white, and 13,000 bushels yellow. White, in consequence
of the increased supply, was rather lower, but the de
maud tor it WM active, ami some 15,000 bushels sold st
93o. Yellow was also in good demand at full rates; sales
ware made of CO JO bushels at 78@79c. ; 1000 bushels st
Soe.; and a lot of 1000 bushels very choice brought 83a
ne offerings of wheat reached 3000 bushels, and sales
vere reported of some 200 to 300 bushe's fair rod at $2.10
6)8.15, and of 1C00 bushels good to prime do at $2.30?
2.35. Wheat generally was dud and rather heavy to?
day. Oats were finner than on yesterday, som? 2000
bushels selling at 49?50c, but there was nothing dono
ta rye. We quote it, however, as before at 80@90c for
Maryland and Pennsylvania.
MOLASSES-We heard of no sales of Molasses to-day.
We quote as before : Cuba Muscovado at 43@60c ; Eug?
lah Luand ot 40c. for common ; 65?75c. for good to
prime, and Porto Rico st 65?80c. for good to prime.
Pito VISIONS,-Th* market for Provisions is inactive,
but steady and tolerably firm. There hos been some
inquiry to-day for Lard, and we note sales of 150 tierces,
part for export, at 18c. for City, and 18>;o. for Western.
Bulk Meat is wanted, but there is very little cored of
iering. - TL J re were sales yesterday of 25 hhds. Clncin
stati-oared Bulk Shoulders at ll Vc, and of 20,000 lbs
Ohicagedo. not fully sured at U.^o. To-day we have
beard Of no sales. Shoulders are held generally at
l??o.@13c., and Sides st 15Kc. There ls a fair Jobing
demand for Bacon at 15c?15J?c. for Shoulders, I7\'c.
@18c. for Fides, and 22c.@25c for plain and sug??r.
oured Hams, but thore are BO Urge lots selling. Mess
Perk i* held st $30 9 bbl., but there ls none nailing so
xor os-we are advised, and w* quota Lard os closing at
ISo. for City, and is\c ?18 Kc. for Western.
RicS:-There has been no movement in this article to?
day, but we quote it steady at 9Kc.?l0c, currency, for
Bast India, and 12c. ft 13c. for Carolina.
SUOASS.-The markot for sugars continues dull and
rather heavy. We notice, however, sales to day of 20
bhds. good grocery English Island at 12c, and ef some
M hhds. Cuba and Porto Rico within the roneo of quo?
tations, which aro still as follows, vis: at 10J?c.@llKo.
far fair to good refininc: 12?. to 13 Sic for good to prime
grocery Cuba; 12c. to 14c. for good to prime Porto Rios;
and 14}?c. to 15:ac. for Centrifugals.
REPINED SUOAUS.-Hurd crushed are now quoted at
1TJ?C to 17Xc. ; Whito Soft Crushed at 16Kc. to 16,Kc.
fer A. and 15Kc. to 16ii* for C, ?nd Yellow at Ho. to
B lStfc., but the market lor refined goods li doll.
Mew York Market.
TheHemhlof the 1st February reports: The money
market Bhows~gre.it '.-a.se. and transactions ?moa;- the
brokers and private bankers to-day hsvo ueen mainly at
five per ceat.. although the regular outside rate ls six.
The official notification that tho rate of lutcrest on tem?
porary d'posit < mado at thc Sub Treasuries on and after
to-morrow (the 2d) will be reduced to five por cent., has
. tendrncy to weaken thu rates for call loans. The de?
mand for discounts is not heavy, but still lu excess of
(be wants of lenders, except first class paper, which
passes readily at RC ven per cent Exceptions are noted
at 'ri per cent both above und bolow the legal rate.
The second grade, oonipo-edof good nam' e, finds takers
at 8@10 per cent. Tho temporary deposita mado at the
Sub-Treasury to day uggregate $3,138,270, showing the
large amount of unemployed capital at this centre.
Tho gold market stuadil weakened from 141 at tho
?pening of business to 139 fi at h df-past three, notwith?
standing the scarcity of coin f-r delivery, loans having
been made throughout thc doy at 3-32 ? K per cent, per
4iom in favor of tho lender. It was rumored, however,
that the Treasury was iu tho market as a Belier. Subse?
quently it recovered and closed at 140. A rumor of trouble
on the Rio Gracde was at tho sume time current
Foreign exchange, remains weak and dull at about
106 K for bankers' bills ou England at sixty days. The
decline of yesterday hos caused importers to defer buy?
ing, in the hope of H till lower rates.
[From thc Nae York Times, January 3.]
WEDNESDAY, January 31-6 P. M.-BiiEADrrurps.
Receipts 14t)l bbls. flour, 3600 bags corn meal, 2187
bushels wheat, 1800 do. corn, 6062 do. oats, 95. do. rye,
and 15,085 do. malt Tho demand for State and Western
flour was fairly active, but prices remained unaltered;
the sales embraced nearly 9.0 0 bbls., at our subjoined
quotations. Southern dour was quiet and unchanged;
the sales comprised 600 bbls. Canada flour was in de?
mand at foll prices ; tho sales wera about 300 bbls. Rye
Soor was didi and drooping. We note soles of about
380 bbls. ot our quotations. Corn meal wa? also, to
some extent, in buyers' favor. Wo noto soles of 400
bbls. Brandy wi uc at $4.50. We quote :
Superfine und Western flour.$6 SO ? $7 30
Extra State. 7 65 @ 7 90
Choice State. 7 95 m 8 15
Common to medium extra Western. 7 65 ? 8 25
Extra round hoop Ohio. 8 40 W 8 55
Wwtern trade brands. 8 60 @ 10 30
Common Southern. 8 75 @ 10 00
Fancy and extra do.10 05 ? 15 00
Common Canadian. 7 90 @ 8 25
Oood to choice and extra. 8 30 (a) ll 00
Eye flour (superfine). 6 M w 6 00
Oom meal, Jersey.4 25 ? 4 30
Corn Meal, Brandywine. 4 60 @ 4 60
Corn Meal, Brandywine, puncheons.i' 50 ? 24 75
The demand for Wheat continued modem te. ond prices
vere nominally unchanged. We note ?ales or 7000 bush?
els new white Oenesee at $2.60. Corn was again higher,
and the market cloned firm at an advance of lc. The
ales were to a fair < xtent, comprising 50,000 bushel!*, at
80?82c. for unsound, 85?87c. for sound mixed Western,
and 93c. for prime white Southern. Outs wore quiet
and declining. The sales were at 40@42c. for unsound,
and57?58c for sound Western and State, 57c forCana
da, and ?1(0)520. for Jersey und Pennsylvania. Rye was
without noticeable change. Malt was dull and heavy
Barley was in demand, with reported sales of about 8000
bushels prime Canada Webt at $1.20.
COTTON-i.'outinued iu fair demand, and considerable
was again purehi-ed for thc European market. Prices,
however, were uot BO firm, and ho'dcrs wore free sellers
at sftgtrt concessions. Strictly middling Mobile and
Now Orleans were geucrally held ot &>c. ; some few eales,
bowever. were, mudo at t9&& The market at the close
vas dull aud declining. The sales reached 3600 bales.
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N. O. <?. T.
Ordinary.41 42 42 43
Middling.49 49 60 60
?*od Middling-51 51 52 62
FBEIOUTS W tv very qniet. but rates were unchanged.
The ouiri(;env-uts were: To Liverpool, 300 tons staves,
?5s.;*L' do tallow, 17?. Gd.; per steamer, 500 bales cot?
ton, K<? To London. 4900 bushels oat?. 5Ud. per 32
lbs. Tho (Asitars were a bark for Cork, for orders,
grain. 6*. ; s br.g to 'Uo, flour, 75c, and to Kingston
60o.; a baik tn Liverpool, staves, private; a British
nohooner Mi tho Windward. $S'Jfl, gold; ono to Juctnel
?nd buck. $It9M, half gold; one to south side Cubi and
?bock, $15iui oiift gold: ?brig to St. Pierre, Martinique
$1150; a b irk to New Orleans. $3600; a schooner from
Wilmtugt m. N. C.. to Kow York, naval stores, 60c. : one
?frcj" EHzib lUiiort ti) dutton, Iron, $3; ouefrom Eliza?
beth? .? to Pr 'Vldcnew, $U 50; two hence to Providence,
iron, $2.10, tt?d corn 6c: a brig to MatauEas, ship
"Thatcher M.. inn, in Sutto.i s Co.'s Uno to San Fran
toco, aud i s ii,, i V i v Jrlotns on private terms.
PBOVISIDSS.- Receipts. 3.261 bbls. pork, 188 bblslx-ef.
tl?pkcs nm moats THC pkg*, rod 13 kegs lard. Th-i
pork ma'ket vas dull, heavy am lower. The sales were
about 4 SOU bbls. lor pres- 'Ut delivery at $28 31?S29 02
for new m *.?, cl sin? at $28 50, cash; $28 for o?d mess
$80 50?$2t for prime, and $22 50 for prime mes?.
Also for locv.arrt delivery, ineiiidiug April, seller's op?
tion, about 4.0 0 bbte now mesa at $2? 5^ <?$28 7A
Beef was tiru, wi til a fair demand. The sal-s were
about 45 i bbl:. at $ G 50??2o for new plain mess and
$21@$2t f >r i" W extra mess. Beef hams were nteady
vith further talcs, embi acing 150 bbls. Western at
$41@$41 60. Cut meat? were quiet, but prices were
well sustained. The sales were about 200 packages at
llc.@i2c for shoulders and 10c.@18c. for hams. The
transactions in lard were to a very moderate extent, but
prices wen without particular change, though the mar?
ket waa somewhat heavy. Tho sales wore about 300
pkgs. at 15r.@17?ic., and nearly 3,000 pkgs. for Febru?
ary, March and April, Bellows option, at 18c. Butter
wa? steady sut inactive at previous prices. The sales
were 20c @ 33c. for Western and 25c.@38c for State.
Cheese wat norn tn ally unok?ng?d. Small sales were'
made at from 12,^c.@18Kc, as to quality; tho latter
price was ai extreme for choice.
Susan-i he market continued quiet and prices were
nominally a shade in buyer's favor, though no quotable
change was noticeable. Tho sales woro, a cargo Marti?
nique, comprising 100 hhds.. at I0f*c. at Ile, and 120
hhds. Cuba at from 10c.@ll^c. also 10 boxes Havana
at 10c Refined was dull and drooping. Standard hards
were heavy at 17c.@17>ic
Corrow bas been in fair demand at advancing prices;
Middlings 49@61c. per lb. Sales and rcsalus stneo our
! last 5200 bales. The receipts at this port during the
current week have averaged 3079 bales a day, making
82,630 bales ?ince January 1, 18CC, and 626,043 bales
since the commencement of tho current Cotton year,
September 1.1866. The week's exports of Cotton from
this port have been 8301 bales. Mr. Wm. P. Wright, in
his circular for the Asia, says: "The following in a
statement of the movement in Cotton at all tho shipping
ports since the 1st of September last: Receipts at the
ports in the United States, 1,085,000 bales; exports to
Great Britain, 483.000 bales; exports to France, .01.000
bales: exports to other foreign ports, 18,000 baies; total
exports, 552,000 bales; stock on hand, 569,000 bales. Of
which during thc past week included in the above: Re?
ceipts at the pores, 50,000 bales; exports tn Great Britain,
37,000 bales; exp?rtate France, flUOO bales; exports to
other foreign ports, 2000 bales; total exports, -14.000
bales." Relative to the probable suppiy, Mr. Wright ob?
" Until within a short time I believed that from peace
to September 1, 1366, our total receipts might provo
fully 2,100,000 bales. From information recently re?
ceived I am satisfied that this is excossivo. I be gin ti
Bee evidence that tho supply is becoming exhausted at
many points. Tho rivers have been up for two weeks,
and we haro received cotton from remote points, still
eur total is less than last week or before. The supply
from Mississippi and Louisiana is nearly all in, and thc
Vicksburg boats bring hi but half cargoes. Tho various
depot? in Alabama are no longer crowded with cotton,
and the main riv -r delivers but a small portion of what
is received at Mobile. In Texas, also, the railroads aro
all clear of cotton. Under all the circumstances I arrive
at the conclusion that the total, as above, will be rathor
under than over 2,100,000 balos." Thu available stock of
cotton in the New York market ia estimated at 235,000
Current prices in New York for Liverpool Classification.
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N.O.ATex.
Ordinary, fl lb.40 40 40 41
Middling. ^ lb.49 49 50 61
Midling, fair, fl lb...53 55 56 07
[New York Herald, Feb. 1st.
New York Weekly Coffee Circular, Jan
Stock of Rio Coffee on tho 23d Jan., 1866.f0,909 bags
Received einco to dato por "Eugenie,"
(Hamburg). 1,342 bags
Received since to date per "Caricoa". 5,009 bags
Sales for consumption, estimated at.12,666 bags
Stock of Rio and Sin tos Coffee on the 30th
day of January, 1866 . 50,645 bags
Stock of Government Java. 800 bags
Stock of Cuba Coffee. 4,294 bags
Stock of Maracaibo. 760 bags
Stock of La;uayra. 1,000 bags
Stock of Ceylon. 5,219 bags
Stock of other descriptions.4,187 bags
66,905 bags j
QUOTATIONS.-Rio Coffee, prims, 23>i@21o. ; do. good.
20@20??o.; do. fair, 18018Kc; do. ordinary, lT@17J?c;
do. fair to good carg?os, 18@20c ; Java, mata and bags,
27X@28Xc; Native Ceylon Coffee, 23 \Tg) 14 S c. ; Mara?
caibo do. 21?t'@23>io.; Lagnayrado. 2l@3ie; St. Do?
mingo do. 17>i@18c.. gold, net cash, duty paid.
RKMAHKS.-Salea of Rio during tho past week reach j
13,666 bags, and embrace 5000 bags par "Caricoa" (before
reported); 1138 bags per Bravo, at 15,^015)^0. ; 898 baga
per Edith Bote, at 12c ; 1000 bags per Nora, at 13c. ; 1400 j
bags (balance) per Eaglet; 357 bags per Alerte; 699 bags j
per Jessie; 1,391 bags per J. A. S tami er, from Europe;
315 bags '-er Volkyrien, and 250 bags per Undine. The
market closes firm.
STOCK or Bro.-New Orleans, 15,000; Baltimore, 8000;
New York, 50,646. Total, 73,655.
Financial and Commercial.
The Times' city arti clo of Tuesday, January 16, aays:
The tunda thia morning opened at a fractional im?
provement, but it was not maintained. The Aral quo?
tation of Consols waa 87,-; exactly, and the final bargains
were again at 870K
In tue discount market there was no alteration.
?30.000 waa withdrawn from the Bank to day for Alex?
Pennsylvania Railroad shares declined 1 >;.
The Times' city article of Wednesday, January 17,
The heaviness of tho stock marketa increase, and
Consols have closed to-day at a fresh decline of a fi per
cent, vix; 80# io &
An increased demand for money in tho Stock Ex?
change, In conneeUou with tho half-monthly foreign
settlement, seemed to be thc chlof cause of tho adverse
The discount demand at tho Bank continuos modorate.
French rentes closed flat at CSf. < 5c ; Erie paid up
share?, and Illinois Central shares improved (| each.
LIVZm-OOL, COTTON MAUSET-JAN. IS ANO 16.
Market steady, prioes unchanged. Sales for the two
days 11,000, 3000 bales on speculation.
LIVERPOOL CORN M ARK KT-JAN. 15.
Wheat l(a,2d. ft c. dearer. Flour firm and unchanged.
Indian Corn Od. fl quintal dearer.
LONDON, Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Consols aro lower, and close at 86Ji(#87.
Tho French Rentes aro quoted at cst. 57c.
LIVERPOOL, Wednesday, Jan. 17.
Cotton irregular and vory duh at unchanged pricos ;
sales on Wednesday were 7000 bales, including 2000 to
speculators and exporters. The sales on Monday and
i uesday wero 11,040 balos, including 3000 to speculators
and exporters. Tho markot was then easier and tae
tendency dowuward. Quotations wero barely main?
tained in some cases, whilo in others they woro >?d.
The Manchester market waa very dull.
Consignees per Mouth. ?Carolina Railroad,
210 ba'es Cotton, 682 bushels Rough Rico, 45 bbls
Rosin, Furniture, ic. To E H Rodgers ft Co, W Lebby,
G A Neuffer, G W Williams k Co, Ravcncl A Barnwell,
S Cohen, Goldsmith i Son, C D Carr. A G Rose, W B
Smith. M Ogilvie, A Getty k Co, J G Gibbes, J & F Daw?
son, J M Caldwell ft Sons, R W Disher, Craemer, E L
Kerrison, W Ravenel, P Lyons A Co, I Browne, D Jen?
nings, 81oan, S P Welsch, Frazer. U Cobla & Co.
Per steamship Alhambra, for New York-A W Rowe,
W E Rowe, W Miller, C P Poppeuheim, Capt J E Calla?
ghan, J B Betts, G Savage, G H Hunter, J R Boyle?ton,
W A AUton. Miss M Joost, J O Bronson and lady, H H
Badeuhotr, S T Dudevan. Capt D R Hunt and lady, O H
Seymour and lady, J Noyes, U P Taylor, A Wedemoyor,
and 28 in steerage.
Per steamship Moneka. from New York-Mrs Phifer
and child. L sa Treacott, Mrs Wilson, J A Speyer, Geo
Cassidy, J H Wiggins, E Mars, Col Green, 6th U 8 In?
fantry, Mr Underwood, C H Wieland, wife and 5 child?
ren, J Berry, W McComb, W H Perry, W M Brisbane, L
C Northrop, and 22 iu steerage.
Per steamer Fountain, from Savannah-A J Brown, J
A Browne, J Roundtree, R J Steel J Sherwood, S R
Bennett, L H Causins, C A Miller, Capt Barkman, Miss
Hartrige and niece, Lieut Webster, and 24 in steerage.
_ COnBJtCTED WEEKLY. _
PHASES OF THE MOON".
Full M. 30th. 4h. 9m. even. I New M. 15th, 4b. 63m. even
Last Q. 7th, 2h. 19m. even. | First y. 21st, Uh. 28m. even
5 j FOIEUAiT. I
RISES. I SXTS.
ll..12 j ll..17
POUT O K CHARLESTON.
Arrived Saturday. [FEB, 4
Brig Trindclen, Haskell. Boston, 10 days. Mdzo. To
P P Locke, G F tl 1 clghton, W D Porter, B J Hazzard. J
Hurkump ic Co, E R Cowpertbwait, L L Cordray, Chis
oini Urns. Long. Willis k (Miisoliu, D H Silcox, M Gold?
smith k Sous, J G M*ckoy, E W Bonner, F Conner s
Co. F Conner. G Pillsbury, W O Fisk, 1) A Amine, J N
Hobson, L Schuell ft Co, J Heins, J E Adger k Co, G W
Clark k Co, J I'attaui, and .1 Walker, ?gei.t
.-chr Enchau tress. Blatchford, New York, 5 days.
Mdze. To W Roach, J A Clark & Co. B O'Neill, Loh?
mann Bros, Muller ft Nimitz, J G Uoverson. H Bischoff
k Co, Graeser ft Smith, J W Robson, D Paul ft Co, J W
Brown <i Co. C N Averill ft Sou. J King ft Co, W M Bird
* Co. E J C Wood, S lt Marshall, J E Adger ft Co, G W
Steffens ft Co. J H Devereux. J Adgcr ft Co, Mart hall.
Uart ft Co, Hastie. Calhoun ft Co, E K Cowpcrthwuit, D
ll Sdeox. o W Williams ft Co, J A ii' iran, A Bischoff. G
A Neuffer ft Co. U C ?toll, A Canale. J S Schirmer, W H
Eiaterby, K Bites ft Co F C Moy, 1) L McKay. J A
Smyth, J W Harrisson, J F O'Neill ft Son, Kliuek, Wick?
enberg ft Co. a-.cl Order.
8teamer Rockland, Beaufort, Savannah ria Hilton
Head and Beaufort 83 bales SI Cotton. To A Getty
ft Co, J ft J u Kirkpatrick. U Loo ft Co, G G Martin, J S
Pursn. Porcher ft Henry, and others.
Steamer Fountain. Cas mer, Savannah. 29 bale? S I
Cotton and ICdxe To White ft Paine, Pinckney Rros,
a A tfopley ft Co Nathan it ottolemnu. Dr J J Cbiaohn,
Dr J G C Hspuerath
Bloop Three .-i.stors, from Cooper River. 600 bushels
Rough Rice. To ci U lu graham.
Sloop Ellen, from Ban tee. 650 bushels Bough Bice.
To G H In graham.
Arrived Yesterday. [Fra. 6
Steamship Moneta, Marshman. Neji-York-left Thura,
nay, P M. Maze, To A Getty & Co, WflUs & Chlsolm,
C D Ah rene te Co, Austin, Andrus & Co, A H Abrahams
te Son. C N Averill te Son, Aitkin, Noyes ? Johnson, s
A Amme, Aus ti u te Albee. J .Apu?e, Alexander & Levy,
M Alexander. te Co, Bogart, Denny & Co, A Bischoff, ?
Bates & Co. H D Burkett, W M Bird ? Co, Bollm-wn
Bros, J B Betts, J W Brown A- Co, H R Banks, H H
Badenhop, L Buck, G H Brown, T M Bristoll, 0
Beilog te Co, W T Burge te Co, H Bischoff k Co, Came?
ron, Barkley te Co, J C H Clausson, W U Chalet, Cart
miU k B iger, L Cohen, J M Caldwell & Sons, J A Cook
& Co, G W Clark te Co, Clark te Graber, H Cobia te Co,
8 G Courtenay, C G Ducker, E J Dawson, F H Due, G W
Dc wees, Miles Drake, C C Drako, H Daly, A W Eckel, W
H Easterby, P Fogarty, S Froyborg, Cohen & Co, D F
Fleming k Co, J H Graver, Graeser it Smith, W Gurney,
Gibbes * Co, Grover, Cox te Co, J L Gantt, H Gerdts i
Co, C F Panknin, J H Goetzer, N Bunt te Son, Hunt
Bros, Huger & linnell, 8 S Heyward, Hahn te Schroder,
W E Howland, C Hunekin, J Hurkamp, A H Hayden, C
R Holmes, W 8 Honery, S LHoward, A Hiing, Jennings,
Thomlinson te Co, Jose Jara, F Kressel, King te Cassi
dey, H Klatie k Co, Klisck, Wickcuberg & Co, J King
te Co, D Lillicntha], D Lopez, G H Minstedt, P Lyons, C
Lillienthal, C Litschgi, to McLaughlin, Littlo te Mar?
shall, Lengniuk te Sell, J H Lange. J H & D Muller, P
Metzler, to' McComb, M Moses, H Meyer, S R Marshall,
J McCabe, R H McDowell, C H Moiso te Co, McKay &
Campbell, Muller te Co, J McConkey, Mantouo & Co, G
A Neuffer, North, Steel te Wardell, J F O'Neill te Son, J
M Ostendorff, C H Ostondorff, H T Peake, J Purcell, E
H Rodgers & Co. J M Russell. W Rabenstoln, W P Rus?
sell, Ravenel & Barn we U, A P Ross, J N Robson, G W
Stoffmis k Co, L Schnell te Co, E B Stoddard te Co, C H
Baldwin, H W Samson, White 4: 8miih, 8creven te Nis
bot, J Selvas, Steibmeyer te Son, M Sickle, D H Silcox,
T Stenhouse, D J Sturges, H Siegllng, Shnckelftrd te
Fraser. Strauss, Vance k Co, Taft te Howland, J BTogni,
W G Trott, J Thomson, T Tupper k Sons, Von Holten,
TaiDBen te Co. C Voi?t, Capt Vail, J Wallach, W G Whil
den k Co, 8 Watts, C E Weiss, V Woolf, L Wtriskopt, J
Walker. Williams k Ccrcrt, D C Wilson te Co, R Wing.
G W Williams k Co, Zogbauin, Young k Co, Meucuor it
Hallis, J A Morgan, J Fisher, L C Northrop, Lawson te
Jones, W F Gray, 1) Briggs, agent, Kctcbum te McMas
ter, W M Billings, Wilkins & Brown, H David, W H
i Kidd, C C Macoy, J H Cathcart, Twitty te Co, H Doran,
C D Carr te Co, and J Mott, T Street, B O'Neill, Adams
Steamship Erne Knight, Harrington, Baltimore-left
Thursday. To Willis k Chisolm, R M Butler, Clacius
& Witto, W B Williams, Bcnnoksr k Glover, Mordecai te
Co, W A Skrine, Somers te Baruch, Dial & Pope, W G
Whildcn te Co, J W Brown te Co, J Hurkamp te Co, C N
Averill te Son, L Schnell te Co, G W Steffens i Co, J G
Moffett te Co, J Heseman, H Bischoff te Co, Col G W
Thomas, U S A, Hunt Bros, C R Holmes, Muller te Senn,
Alwordt-n, Hnpiug k Stork, Porringer k Brown, G W
Aimar, J Str rk, M Schroder k Co, E C Carr, D Riggs,
Adams, Frost .t Co. Wardlaw & Carew, J k J D Kirk?
patrick, Jennings, Thomlinson te Ce, Lauroy te Alexan?
der, W H Easterby, Cameron, Barkley k Co. T 8treet, J
Dawson. Kenneth te Gibson, W H Chafee, E David, W
G Whildcn te Co, Adams te Damon, J Campson k Co,
Steamship Sea Guli, Fish, Baltimore-left Thursday,
ats P M. Corn, Oats and Bran. To Mordecai k Co, T
Tupper te Sons, and J W Brown & Co.
Br brig Riverside, Nowell. Sidney, C B, 27 days. Coal.
To the Master and W C Tilton.
Brig Crocus, Manson, Boston, 10 days. Ice. To the
Master, and A Gage te Co.
Cleared Saturday. [Fxn. 4
Steamship Alhambra, Crowoll, Now York-Ravcnel te Co.
Went to Sea Saturday. [FEI:. 4
Steamship Alhambra, Crowoll, New York, j
Went to Sea Yesterday. [FEB. 4
Nor bark Bona Fido, Omholt, Savannah.
From tills Port.
Br bark Sarah Pay Ren, Payson, Liverpool, Jan 16.
Sehr Frances Hatch, McNetto, New York, Jan 31.
Sehr Mary Brewer, Pease, Wilmington, N C, Feb 1.
Behr Wm Flint, Howard, Wilmington, N C, Fab 1.
Cleared for thia Port.
Brig Frodonia, Howes, at Now York. Jan 29.
Sehr M E Gage, Hopkins, at New York, Jan 30.
Sailed for this Port.
The Wm Ronnie, Decker, London, Jan 15.
The Orion, which sailod from Liverpool, January 6,
for this port, put baek on the 16th.
The brig Meteor, from Baltimore for this port, sailed
from Hampton Roads, January 3".
Shippf & General Commission Mercfiant,
Auger's South Wharf and East Bay.
AGENT MERCHANTS' LINE FIRST-CLASS NEW
YORK SAILING PACKETS, 1 saving weekly
Charleston and New York. Freight forwarded by this
Line, free of commission in New York, to LIVERPOOL;
also to Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Providence,
Fall River, Lowell, and surrounding points, at lowest
The subscriber is prepared to make advances on con?
signments to Liverpool, and to Messrs. BENNETT, VAN
PELT te CO., New York. Ho ls ready also to seU eon
slgnments, Cottou and Produce, from his country friands
In the Interior. Imo January 22
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANTS
DEALERS IN NAYAL STORES,
Wo. 19 VANDERHORST'8 WHARF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
L. C. STYLES.I. F. CARTER.
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Shipping: an? Commission MercMs,
Nos. 12C AND 128 MEETING-8TBEET.
Moa, ?J 3 and 03 HASEL-STREET,
CHAELESTON, S. C
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANL
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porta) ol
j COTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. C.
GONZALES, WOODWARD & CC^
NO. 73 EAST BAY-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C..
ForwQing Mereliants and Factors,
Sugar, Molasses. Coffee, Segars, etc.,
\ TT ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OR SALE Ol
VV COTTON AND OTHER SOUTHERN PRODUCE
and forward promptly to Northern ports or points lc
the interior, either by Expross or Railroad, all Gooch
consigne.! to th?-ir care.
Orders from their friends in tho country for the pur
I chaso of Goods will have prompt attention, and Goodt
forwarded by Express er Railroad, as desired.
January 22 mwf30
BRUNS & BEE,
No. 84 EAST BAY,
CH?ABLESTON, S. C.,
WILL GIVE PROMPT ATTENTION TO THE SALE
or purchase and shipment of COTTON, RICE.
NAVAL STORES, tee, and to tho purchase of MER?
Also to the sale of MERCHANDISE, FURNITURE,
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, BONDS, .te., at auction.
HENRY. L. BRUNS.
THOMAS S. BEE.ROBERT S. BRUNS.
JOHN FRABEB * Co., Charleston.
JAMES ADO EB k Co., Charleston.
ADAMS, FBIIHT * Co. Charleston.
GEO. A. HOI'LEV k Co., Charleston.
T. K k T. G. BUDD, Charleston.
W'nxiAM-, B?E & Co., New York,
H. M. LsOourr, Now York.
January 1 113 t?
LOUIS B. HANKS,
BANKINC AND EXCHANGE OFFICE,
ME; HAKES, (FOBMXBLY OP BUMTEE, S. ?:,)
takes pleasure in annonnc.rig td his friends, and
! tho public generally, that he hae this day commenced
the BANKING AND EXCHANGE: BTJ8INE8S, at the j
I above address.._\_February 1
F. S. EDWARDS,
Hope Buildings, No. 39 South Castle-st,
liberal advances made on conmgnmenta of Oot
I ton, Rice and Naval Stores, by
C. K. WAJJKICR,
No. 7 Vanderhorst's Wharf.
November 3 _
WILLIAM B, HERIOT k CO.
No. 249 Kiag-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTEREST
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ES
MAKE COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT RE?
Reference.') tn A'ew Vor ki
Messrs. DUNCAN, 8HEKMAN & CO.
Mes jrs. HENEY CLEWS ft CO.
BICHABD LATHEES, Esq,, President Great Western
a aran oe Company.
-, J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 Wall-street.
EORGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental In sur
noe Company. October 30
HTJTSON LEE, "
BROKER AND COMMISSION AGENT,
No. 40 Broad-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
TT7TLL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE OR SALE I
VV OF COTTON. RICE, NAVAL STORES and LUM?
BER, and also to the Shipment of the same to Foreign
or Domestic Ports.
Liberal advances mode on Consignments.
Beal Estate and all kinds of Securities sold on Com?
Forwarding to the Interior done with dispatch.
January lc Imo
CHARLES BELLOIS & CO.
CHARLES BELLOI8 * CO.,
EUROPEAN BANKING EXPRESS COMPANY,
GERMAN PARCEL EXPRESS,
HO. 1?8 EAST BAY.
SIGHT DRAFTS ON ALL AVAILABLE POINTS OF
Packages, Letters and Valuables forwarded weekly by
the well known Bremen and Hamburg Steamers, at rea?
sonable rates. Prompt delivery guaranteed.
Passage Tioksts for Bremen and Hamburg are ready
for Issue. Smo January 33
HOLMES & STONEY,
JOHN H. HOLMES.SAMUEL D. STONEY.
FACTORS & COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BOYCE A: CO'S. WHARF.
G. MCBRIDE SMITH,
31 BROAD-STREET, (UP STAIRS),
ABOVE FORD k MATTHEWES,
General Ad vert isla g and Commission Agency.
WILL ALSO ACT IN THE CAPACITY OF AGENT
FOB INSURANCE to Collect Money, for tho Purchase
and Sale of Morohandlso, Leasing and Mortgaging of
I ards, &c. Imo January 34
EDWARD N. THURSTON,
FORMERLY ROBERTSON, BLACKLOCK <fc 00.
CORNEE VANDERHORST WHARF AND EAST BAY,
CHAKLEST?N, S. C.
Restaurant and Billiard Saloon,
NO. 119 MEETING-STREET,
WTTITIBE OPENED TO-TRATST.
SPLENDID LUNCH EVERY MORNING.
January 20 Imo
FRARY & KILROY'S
KO. 211 KING.STREET.
fTTHE UNDERSIGNED HAVE THE PLEASURE OF
I announcing to the citizens of Charleston, s.rangers
arriving here, and tho general publia, that th? y have
established themselves in the above desirable locality,
and are prepared to accommodate thom with good
ROOMS; also the bist of Meals-Breakfast, Dinner, Sup?
per served to order, at all hours. Also, calls attentioc
to thoir superior assortment of Wines, Liquors and He
gars. F KARY & KlLKOy.
january 8 Imo
JOHN KING & CO.,
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DEALERS
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC LIQUORS
CROCKERY, HOLLOWWARE AND GLASSWARE
BUILDING MATERIALS, LIME, io.
No. SS HA9EL-STREET
November 1 wfm
THOMPSON & BROTHER,
No. ll? EAST BAY.
IN 8TORE AND REOETVTNG BY EVERY STEAMER,
a full supply of GROCERIES,
A general supply of GROCERIES.
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLEHAI.S DEALliJIH IN
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
No. 1G5 Meeting-Street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
qnAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR RE
A 8UMPTI0N of business, and imito tho attrntioii
of purchasers lo their Stock, which is nuw complete.
September 2t _
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET.
CHARLESTON, S. C.
A GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE OF
ft. RE.il. th LATE in any ot the Southern States.
ALSO A GENI FOR THE SALE, RENTING, BE.
PAIRING. ttv..\*i CITY PROPERTY. Aag.,st 22
EVERYBODY MADE HANDSOJMJS.
-.HHw-AttcnUu? of'Everybody and the rest of Maadrind.
SOMETm.Ve KEIF DNDEft THE SUN BT THE SHS.
CARD PICTURES THAT CAN'T BE BEAT.
Q?IIsTB Y & Co., Artists
King-street, over Read's Lace Store.
IPI AN O
THE S0B3ORIBEK8 HAVE RECEIVED. AND VTLL HAVE CONSTANTLY ON HAND, PIANO FORTE*
Iron the above celebrated and favorite makers. Aleo,
GABHABT & NEEDHAM'S MELODEONS,
Harmoniums and Cabinet Organs-,
ALL KINDS OF MUSIC AND MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; VIOLIN, GUITAR AND HARP STRINGS FOX
sale, wholesale and rotalL
TUNING AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO. I
ZOGrBAUM, YOUNG & co.,
No. 191 KING-STREET.
No. 268 KTLSTGr-STREET,
CORNER OF WENT WORTH-ST REET.
25 PER CENT. REDUCTION IN CLOAKS, SACKS AND SHAWLS,
HATING THE LARGEST VARIETY OF CLOAKS AND SHAWLS, IN THIS MARKET, I Witt
Bell them at the above redo ced prices. As tko spring season is approaching, it ia neceeeacy ta
reduce the stock ii erdec to make roam for sprir? Roods.
Having secured the services of the beet salesman in the dry gooda trade, every courtesy and atten?
tion will De paid to the Ladies and all customers in general. Call and examine my stock: yon will bc
sore to save 35 per eent. on all the WINTER GOODS. I will sell off my entire stock of Blankets, i
siating of 200 pair of the beet equalities, 90 per cent, cheaper than they were a month ago.
10-4 White best quality Blanko ta at 96.50 a pair, worth $11.00 per pair, at
No. ?68 KENG-STREKT,
POE MACHINISTS' TOOLS.
EST LEATHEE AND RUBBER.
HILL AID GU BAWDS,
CIECULAE SAWS, CRUCIBLES,
ALL ARTICLES REQUIRED BY MILLERS AND MACHINISTS.
FOR SALE BY
J. M. EASON,
No. 9 Exchange-street,
REAR OF OLD POSTOFFICE.
PRATT, & WILSON BROTHERS,
3STO- 238 KING-STREET,
C H A. BLESTO KT , S . C.
THE PROPRIETORS ARE NATIVE GEORGIANS.
X. A. PRATT, S. W. WILSON.
I Chemist to lata U. S. Nitre and Mining Dareen.
P. B. WILSON,
Chemist to lato C. S. Ord. Department,
HART & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
OFFER FOIL SALE, AT TilBXK HU) STAKD,
CORNER KING AND MARKET STREETS:
"HOE'S" CIRCULAR SAWS, 8 TO 60 INCH
HOLLO WA RE OF ALL KINDS
BRASS AND IRON WIRK CLOTH
H?LTING CLOTH (ANCHOR BRAND)
JULI, ROCKS (18 TO 40 INCH)
H?BB8, SPOKES, AXLES, SPRINGS.
GUNS. REVOLVERS, SHOT AND POWDER
BAR [KUM AND STEEL
METALS OF ALL KINDS
TIN ANO WOODWARK
JU ?USEKREP1NG ARTICLES
TURPENTINE AND COOPER'S TOOLS
AND A LARGE VARIETY OF OTHER GOODS, AT
WHOLESALE AISTL B-ETAIL.
Are now prepared to Press and Compress
COTTON, HEMP, WOOL, PAPER, RAGS,
OR ANT! A '.TOLE REQUIRED TO BE BALED FOR TRANSPORTATION, STORAGE OR OOH
Tho superiority of this MACHINE over all nt hors, will bo seen by one trial.
GOVE'S P A. T 111 KT T .
ROYALTY SECURED. NO MACHINES TO BE SOLD
Orders taken at Messrs. CAMERON, BARKLEY <fc CO.'S, or at the PRESSES foot of TTnnn! *****
and EuMt Ray. ' """""^
F. Sj-The attention of Shippers, Owners ami fitton. Factors is particularly called to the above.