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_^ CHABLESTON DAILY NEWS....MABfJH 14,1866._ SI
The Daily News.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, MARCH 14, 1866.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
Ibero was a good demand for the staple yesterday,
and about SOO balea were sold at an advance of one cent
per pound on previous quotations. Wa quote :
Low Middling to Middling.36331
AUGUSTA, March 10.-COTTON.-The market is de?
pressed and unsettled, so mach so that we are onable to
(Ive correct quotations. The offering stock ls light,
while purchasers have withdrawn, in a mess are, from
ti? market Very little is being done in consequence.
GOLD.-Buying at 31 to 32, and selling at SA, Silver
Buring at 25, and selling at 30.
MACON, March 9.-COTTON.-The demand yesterday
resulted in the salas of 75 bales. We quote 30 cents
" ttl? top of the market
COLUMBUS, GA, March 10.-Corrow.-Owing toe
dispatch haring been received Thursday afternoon that
Cotton had declined ld. in Liverpool, the market waa
extremely dull. Middlings 30c Before the haws was
jTsaerally known, a considerable number of bales of this
?tun waa sold at 32 to 33c
GOLD.-Buying 131, Bellin? 134.
8rLv?B.-Buying 128, selling 132.
HxoHiiron-On New Tork ?flc, premium; on New
Orleans j,'*o. premium.
; MOBIL'S, Match 6.-COTTON.-There waa a good
demand to-day, chiefly ou French' account. 1600 bales
were sold. Middlings 40c Market closed quiet and duh.
GOLD.-The buying and selling rate ia 130 to 133.
. Sovran.-Buying at 125, and selling at 125 to 130.
XxcHixus.- Sterling bills, leading bills, 140 to 141.
( KAW York 5 and 10 days, X to X diaconat.
-J?<? oi?l??. Bank rate par.
Exchange race dealers and brokors checking at same.
New Orleans, f ?cd demand,X pram. ; fair DUB lasse
MEMPHIS, March 8.-COTTON.-The market opened
with . good inquiry, and buyers find some of the hold?
ers willing to sell at rates within their limit, bougnt
with more freedom than our market has seea this two
weeks. Middling went at 35 to 36c., bat the lower quali?
ties were higher ia proportion than the lower grades.
About 1.500 or 1,600 bales changad hands. Between 2
and 8 o'clock in the eveoing the market was brought to
tstand by the arrival of dispatches stating that cotton
in Liverpool was down another quarter of a penny,
while in New York gold had declined to 31X, and cotton
waa nominal st a cent below former quotations-42o.
This, of coarse, entirely changed the aspect of prices,
and we omit quotations. The following is a summary
Of the sales reported to ns, Including a lot of 225 bales
at 83S' cent*, sold tate on Wednesday evening: 3 bales
at 80c repacked; 73 at 31. ordinary;-81 at 32, and 154 at
S3, g??d ordinary; 39 at 34, low middling; 122 at 31 X.
fl at 35, 4? at 35X. and 243 at 36 middling; 39 at 37, strlot
middling; 13 at 33, and 13 at 39, good middling; 225 at
32)4*? good ordinary.
GALVESTON. March 2.-Our market opened nrm but
quiet on Saturday, buyers still claiming concessions
which were not granted. On Monday they came for?
ward more liberally, and sales showed a considerable in?
crease. Daring the balance of the week the demand
continued animated, causing the pretensions of factors
to be more stringent, and resulting in an ?dranos of
about X cent per lb. Som? lots of superior stapled,
rreo-running cotton, brought prices beyond our outside
figures, and we have also heard of sales below our in?
cido rates, bat oar quotations below embrace the range
within whloh the balk of salea were made
The market closed firm at outaldo figures, with a more
liberal supply offering than has been tho case lately,
from the unwillingness of holders to accept carrent
rates. The calca for the week amount to 1765 bales,
againat 1166 last week. We quote in specie, exolaaivc of
Ordinary.....24 925 >;
The general market haa not exhibited any great de?
gree of animation, and, except in some of the leading
articles, ha? chown but few changes of any moment
during the past week.
This Tear. IB80-61
Stock on hand 1st Sept 1865.bales 13,857 8.108
Socoived thia week. 2,721 934
Beoeived previously.117,795 90,835
Jtecolved at other ports.16,705 21,139
Exported to Great Britain to date, .bales. .34.419 36,017
Exported to France. 911 2,587
Exported to other continental ports. 1,190 8.940
Exported to New Orleans.33,059 21,691
Exported to New York.44.456 22,828
Exported to Boston. 0,450 21,108
Os hand and on shipboard, not cleared.. .24,563 6,675
WILMINGTON, March 10.-COTTON.-Sales of 31 bales
middling at 32c
SPUUTS TuarKMTTNR.-6 bois, splr.ta turpentine sold
at 61c for white, and 9 bbls. at Si Xe for ditto.
Caro a TTJBPXNTTNE.-We noto sales of 70 bblo., 60
bois, and 34 bbls., all at $4.10per bbL of 280 lbs. for yel?
BOSIN.-300 bbls. strained common changed hands at
$2.50, and 100 do. at $185.
TAB.-One lot of 85 bbls. anda lot of 130 bbls. were
disposed of, all at $1.80.
TTKBEB.-Sales of 6 rafta at prices ranging from $10.50
to $18.25, according to quality.
BALTIMORE, March 9.- Corra a. -Market quiet, no
eales ; price? nominally unchanged tor good.
FLOUR--There ls some inquiry for export, but the
heavy decline In gold checks operations; common Sa?
pors and Extra are very doll, bot good descriptions are
held more firmly. No salea reported worthy of special
remark. We repeat quotations, viz : Howard-street Su?
per and out Extra $8 *8.50 do, Extra $firstname.lastname@example.org>, do. Fam?
ily $12913; Ohio Super and cut Extra $email@example.com,*do. Ex?
tra $999.25, do. Family $12913; Northwestern Saper
$firstname.lastname@example.org; Ci y Mills, good to fancy brands Super, $8
?$8-75, do. chipping brands Extra $11.25911.60, do.
a tan dard Extra $9.2599.50, Baltimore, Welch'a and
Greenfield Family $14.60, do, high grade Extra $1X78 ?
bbL Bye flour, new, $59$5.3J. Com Meal-City Mills
and Brandywine $3.50 fl bbL
The following are the inspection? of Floor and Meal
la the City of Baltimore for the week- ending March 8,
18C?. vis: Ho ward-street, 6621 bbl..; City Mills, T057
bbls. and000half bbls.; Ohio, 1488 bblc, and Family
3014 bbls.-total Wheat Floor, 17,208 bbls. and OOO half
bbb. Together with 132 bola. Bye r lour, and 654 bbls.
and 15 half bbls. Corn Meal
G.' tnt-The offerings of Wheat to-day ware comprised
Of only a few hundred butha! * white and 1500 bushels
red. Market wa? dull for common, of which thc receipts
were principally comprised. We report sales of 160
bushels prime white at $2.87, and 560 bushels common
red at $190 ft bushel. Corn-10,000 bushels offered;
market duiL with sales of 6000 bushels white at 70 to 72
?onto; 2100 dc mixed at 65 cents; 2000 bushels prime
yellow at 67 cents, end several small lots at 85 cents ?
bushel. Oats-2300 bushels received, and part cold at
49 cants ?-eight. No receipts or eales of Bye for several
HBUP. -We notice a cale of 10 tone American rough at
12K oeijts, 4 mo.., interest added: quote dressed at
(4.25 to $4.50 per toe. Supply and demand both light.
Pao visions.-Bacon continues In fair Jobb inc request,
and p ri oas steady at 14 to 1$ cents for Shoulder, and
Bides. Bulk Meats are offered sparingly, with some
little inquiry; prices remain aa before quoted, 13 J?' ots.
for Shoulders, and 16X cent? for Sides Meas Pork is
dull, and prices nominal at $27 60 to $28 per bbl. Lard
quiet; wequote City at 18 eta., and Western at IS X cents
per lb. for jobbing lota.
Bios -We report sales of 250 bags East Indies, part
In bond, on private terms, and balance at 9X to 10 eta.
per lb. Carolina is scarce, and may be quoted nominal
at 12X to 13 otc
SCOAB.-The market la sympathy with the continued
declino in goid, is dull, and in the absence of calca
prices are but nominally maintained.
Refined Sugart.-Prices were again reduced to-day
%o. on hard, and Xe on sott crushed. We now quote
for extra flue powdered 17o. ; crushed, powdered, and
granulated, lC\c ; soft crushed A white, 15 *-,'a. ; O extra
14Xo circle A white, 15S'o ; B white. lBMo.; 0 extra,
M Ko. ; O yellow, 14 Xe : circle 0,14 Xe., for lota of 20 or
more bbls; lots of 100 or more bbls. Xe- less. Syrup
steady at u 0c. * gal- for Golden in bbls. ; half bbls. and
kegs 5@l'Jc. additional.
HALT-Ia inactive, particularly for Ground Alum; job?
bing eales are made at $2 for ooastwi.e sacks, and $2 10
for direct importations. Worthington's Fine $3 65 to
$3.60, and other brands less known $3.40 to $3.60 par
nek. Turk's Island la acaree, with come inquiry; hold
?toad 7 at 60 cnta pe" bushel frc m store.
SXZDS -Clover continues duiL aud pnces nominal at
$6 to $G 50; prime ic soirccbat lower grades abundan t.
Timothy ia in light supply, bat the demand ic very
?low; quote at $4 to $4.12X- Flax dull at $2.40 to $i.60
per buanel-no sales reported.
TOBACCO.-We report sales, the past weak, of 430
bhds. Ohio, comprising all descriptions, and including
some few hbds. of new orop, within our previous rangs
of prioec Small aales of new crop Maryland have also
been made the past week at from $6 to $18 ft 190 tbs.,
MWitter-Was quiet to-day; no sales reported. We
-quote at $2.29 to $130 per gallon.
New Tork Market.
The Timtx. of the 10th in.tant, cays:
There was an additional fall of 1 to 1X P?r cent on
Gold to-dav. tho siles ranging fron IMK ts 131? per
Seat through regular 'Change hours. Bibs on London
and Paris, which promised como steadiness last night,
were doll and the rates'O&setUed for Saturday's steam?
ers. The demand ran in? fair measure npon good Mer?
chant Bills on france, against Cotton and on Southern"
Bank Bills. We learn that a large amount of the former
were sold on private terms, but understood to be at
cheap ratea. Southern Bank Bills were done at 108% to .
% per cent, and the ratea for our standard Bankers
were 108% to 1(J8% per cent on London, and 6f.21%c
to 5f.20c. on Paris. The telegraph reports from New
Orleans a cheap market for Merchant Bills drawn against
Cotton and Gold, in the close neighborhood of 130 per
cent The importers and domestic commission people
aro marking d :~n their staple Dry Goods this week, to
meet the decli"<j in Gold and cheaper prices for Cotton
in thia and tho Southern markets. The market for
Money grows o&sier In Wall-street to the Stock Brokers,
while there la loss facility in passing Merchant paper at ?
Bank aud through the Discount Brokers. The discrim- :
ination in regard ts these credits, as on previous occa- <
si ona of the same nature, is very rigid, and the classifi?
cation of names unusually strict, on account of the i
falling prlcei) of Marchandise.
The New York Herald's commercial article states that ;
there is no improvement in the tone of the markets, and i
the future is not encouraging for holden of marchan- i
dise or speculators who are carrying any description of I
property in the hope of realizing higher prices. Gov- t
eminent has been working for the last year to convince <
the people that contraction of the currency, and lower i
prices for gold and all commodities were inevitable at i
an early date, until the specie standard for all prices t
was reached. The people now believe these official as- t
sortions, and are ac ting on them by buying aa little and i
selling as much as possible. It matters not that the i
currency has been increased instead of being decreased i
since March, 186S, if the people believe and act on tho 1
reverse. Everybody eager to sell, and nobody anxious .
to buy, is that which is depressing all our markets and I
paralyzing the capital and enterprise of the nation. i
PRODUCE Sf AB SET.
FRIDAY, March J-G P. M.-BMADSTUFM.-Receipts, j
5251 bbls. Flour, 294 do. and 2463 bags Corn Meal, 1550 i
bushels Corn, 1805 do. Oats, and USO do. Malt. Prices <
ruled a trifle easier for common grades, but not particu- j
larly lower, under a very limited demand. Prime quai- j
[ties were held firmly at previous prices. The sales \
were about 9000 bbls., at our annexed quotations. South?
am Flour ruled dull and somewhat heavy. The salea
were toa fair extent, comprising SOO obis. Canada
Flour was in moderate demand, and prices were without
material chango. Inferior brands, if anything, were a .
little in buyers' favor. The sales were 409 bbls. Bye
ilonr continued inactive and nominal. Com Meal was j
lull and somewhat heavy, We quote:
Superfine and Western flour..$6 85:3$7 35
Extra State.7 15? 8 35
Ohoice State. 7 90? 8 30
Oommon to medium extra Western. 7 60@ 8 40
Cora was inactive and heavy, with sales of 43,000
bushels at 73?75 cents for unsound and 76@78 cents ,
tor sound mixed Western. Oata were in moderately ac?
ive demand at 36@43 cents for unsound and 54@55 cents !
'.OT sound Western, 53 cants for State, and 64 cents for ?
Tauada. Bye was a trifle in seller'a favor, with a bet- .
:er demand. Tho sales were about 20,000 bushels West- j
una, mainly at 73@80 cents. Malt ruled inactive and (
lominaL Barley was quiet but prices were not ma teri- ,
illy alterod. We note sales of about 5000 bushels Oana- :
la West, part If not all at $1.10. !
COTTON.-The market was dulL heavy and lower, with jj
ales of about 1800 bales, mainly at our subjoined quo
ations, which are altogethor nommai and somewhat ,
ibo ve the market at its cl m. We quote :
Upland. llorido. . Mobile. N.O.ctT. .
)rdiuary. 35 35 36 30 ;
,ow Middling....38 39 S9 40 1
liddling. 41 41 42 42
jo od Middling. 42 43 43 44
Corm waa dull and nominal. No demand prevailed 0
jr cargoes, and the trade waa confined to small Jobbing I
Corran.-Tho market for ingot continued inactive
ut prloea were nominally unaltered. The sales were
aostly In small lota, comprising about 60,000 tbs. Balli
lore at 33c, and 20,000 lbs. Portage Lake at 34%@35o
re quote Detroit ut 36c., with very small sales. New 1
heeling and yellow metal were heavy at previous nomi- 3
al quotations. u
Canana.-Tho market was nominally unchanged; *
mall lots of adamantine were sold to the trade at 32?
Sc., but no special sales were heard of. Patent and
perm continued in small jobbing request at 5Q@52c,
nd 40@43c b
Fastens-Were dull, except cotton, which was of- *
ired more freely. The engagements were: To Liver- F
ooh 800 bales cotton at 5-16@ %d. ; 30,000 bushels com, ?
I4%d.; 160 tons staves, private; 200 boxes bacon, at v
9s. ; per steamer, 2000 bales cotton, at Xd. ; 900 tiercel *
eef, at 3a. Sd. ; 600 tierces lard, at 25s. ; 1000 bbls. pork, 7
t2s. Sd., BOO boxes bacon, at 25s. To London-22,000 *
ushela oats, at Gd. To Antwerp, 7000 bushels rye at *
1. To Glaagow, per steamer, 7000 bushels oom at Cd. ft
he charters were, a bark to Amsterdam, 18,000 bushels "
ye at 8d. C
MOLA*?*.- Thc inquiry wa? altogethor for trade lots. *'
ricca continued nearly nommai for all descriptions. s
he sales were 75 hhds. Porto Blco at 70c. and 45 bbls. 0
tew Orleans at $ I to $ 1.05. 81
NAILS.-No particular chango was noticeable in the fl
lark et for any description. Cut sold readily at 7 He, 8,
eat assortment in small trade lota at V>tc. AU other ?
jrta ware rather quiol. Wo quote clinch at 9c. to 9%c,
>rged horse at 36c for Sd., copper at 60c, yellow metal O
t ile and ame at 20c. cash.
NATAL STOazs.-Tho market was inactive and some- 7<
'hat nominal in all dopartmnnto. Rosins heavy and
?ther lower, with small aalos common, comprf-lng650 *(
bis., mainly at $4.25; we note salos 300 bbls. strained, 1!
4 50 to $5; 280 bbls. No. 2, $6 to $8, and small lots No. 01
, $9 t) $12, and prime pale. $14 to $17-the outside ft>
ite an extreme. Spirits turpentine was nominally a re
'ide lower. Large lots wore offering at 90c, and retail w
areola at 92%c. There has been no doman t for crudo
?rpentine. and in the absonco of transactions prices m
ro altogether nominal; vre quote for a basis $6.25, at fo
hich small lota wore offorcd. Tar was dull and droop- P<
lg, with small sales at $2.60for Newborn and $4.25 for
Wilmington, with as bigh as $4.60 demanded for choice %
its of the latter. Pitch was quiet; small lots sold to c<
mourners at $5.25 to $5.60. di
PROVISIONS -Receipts, 2420 bbls. pork, 503 bbls. beef, K<
F2pkgs. cut meat?, 1415 do. and 114 kegs lard and 7C r
resaed hogs. The market for pork ruled firmer, wi h ar
fairly active demaud, in part, from speculators. The 10
ilea were about 8080 bbls.. mainly at $26.50 to $26.87%
r new mess, closing at $26.76, cash, $26.60 for old and iv
17.60 for prime. Also, for future delivery, including Ht
ie month of May, seller's option, about 6500 bbls. new U:
ess at $26.62% to $27.25. The beef market was mora de
itive, but prices were only steady. The sales were >c
>out iou j bbls. at $16 to $20 for new plain mess and JO
fO.50 to $24 for new extra mess. Also 2000 tes. prime 2a
ess at $34. Beef hams were dull and drooping, with 42
rther sales ot 150 bbls., mainly at $39 to $40. Bacon
as quiet and nominal. We note salea of 400 boxes,
ostly Cumberland cut, at 14%c. to 16c. Cut moats cb
ere in fair demand. We note sales of soo packago?, at
.c. to 12o. for shoulders, aud 16c to 18c for hams, ea
ressed hogs were nomiual at last quotations. The lard a ',
arket was steady, with a moderate demand. We note
iles of i SO* packages at 16c to 18 Kc. Butter was steady cc
; 40c. to 5lo. for State, and 28c to 45c for Western, w;
beete rather dull and prices somewhat in buyer's
vor, with sales of choioe at 22 ?, c. We quote for an in?
da price 15 %c al
SnoAB.-The market was without decided change, at
he sales were 78 hhds. Porto Rico at 10% c. tollte, -
id 120 hhds. Cuba Muscovado, and 460 hhds. Derna pc
.ra on private terms. Refined was quiet and nominal. Pi
Tats -The demand con inned very moderate, and ?
dees havo been gradually working down for all oe- to
iriptlons. The sales were limited to 2300 half chests
eena, 1700 half cheats oolongs, about 1800 half chests bl
loolored Japans, and 1200 half cheats souchongs, all on st
-irate terms. Also, by auction, about 1.00 half cheats, fr
ostly oolongs and Japans, comprising a portion of a 27
italogue of 4600 half chests. The balance. 3?00 half V
teats, waa withdrawn, owing to unsatisfactory prieta. Ci
To BAO?.-The market was duU aud heavy, with no fr
Jes whatever outaide very small lota to the trade. hi
WOOL.-We notice no change in the market, unless
st prices of domestic Wools are lower. Holdero are sell- ;
g freely when opportunity offers; fine Wools are firm c
ny. Foreign Wools are very quiet and prices in favor
the buyer; sales S60 bales Odessa, part at 33c to 40c;
00 pounds Texas, on private tvmc; 20.0U? pounds
tue, 27c to 32c ; 160,000 pounds Fleeces at 49c to 68o. ; 67
d 40.000 Mexican Fleeces at 22%C F
WBianr.-Receipts 361 bbls. The market waa quiet ci
d unchanged. Small lots ware sold at $2.28 to $2.30. u
Kew York Cation Circular. H
BSXLT COTTON CI RC UL AB OT SPKTXBS, CHAP ILA* & L
co., ron Tun BTSAMKB zoamuiioH.
Far/DAT, March 9.-On Saturday, the 3d mst, our cot- s,
a market opened strong, and sales were effected at the j
;t*lde figures of our closing quotations per City of j?,
Haden; but towards noon gold rapidly declined. Thia ?
ought further operation to a stand, and sales of a OOO m
lea mada up the business of the day, chiefly for ex- -
>rt, at about 44 to 44% centa for Middling Uplands,
d 45 centa for New Orleans.
In consequence of the continued downward tendency Ci
gold on Monday, and ita feverish and unsteady con- H
ctlon, exporters were in a measure deterred from fill- gi
g their orders; heaoo tho business was light, par TJ
mlarly aa holders were unwilling to make the conces- Ci
in which shippers demanded. Only 1800bales changed tc
inds at about the closing rates ef Saturday. Q
On Friday the market was dull and Irregular, and A
ost of the sales made were in small parcels; the trans- s
tiona summed up about 1600 balea at about 44%@44o c
r Middling Uplands, and 44,Si c. for New Orleans. As a
ilders showed on Wednesday a moro general dlsposl- ai
oa to meet the views of operators, particularly on the Y
>od ordinary and low middling grades, aialr business, y
Imming up fahy 3-00 > ales, was effected ou a basis of tc
l@43%c for Middling Uplands, and 4i@44%c. for New m
The steamer City o? New York, with Liverpool dates
1 the 22d ult. arrived late on Tuesday evening, and the
tva, with Liverpool advices to the 24th ult, early on ld
hureday morning. The latter steamer brought the B
rotors' Circular, quoting a decline oi, the week of %d. B
he week's badness amounted to 68,000 bales. Mid- G
ling Orleans sold at 18%i ; Uplands, I8%d. ai
The ?uilion in the rank of England bad lnoreased B
527 OOO, under which influence the rate of discount waa O
educed from 8 to 7 ? c. United 8tates 5.20 bonds had Ji
dvancod to 69%. r
The deollne in Cotton was folly anticipated, and lu d'
reat part discounted, before the above intelligence waa n
lade known. Th? advance tn five-twenty bonds, how- ai
ver, had the effect of still further depressing gold; C
onsequeutly, exporters demanded a still further con
esston in tho price of Cotton, which ia some cases was E
Great irregularity in price was tho ruling feature of 8
he day, with sales of some 1800 bales, ranging between ai
2%@43o. for Middling Uplands, 44@44>*c. for New Or- 8
sans, with a more marked decline in Uood Ordinary and le
.jw Middling, y
? o day the market le further depressed by the decllae cl
f gold to 3QJ< per cent, which prevents shipper* from B
makin; any certain calculation aa to the price they can
pay for the staple.
The sales will add np some 1500 bales, at prices rang?
ing between the figures we gire below.
We quote as follows :
Upland. Mobile, N. O. T.
Good Ordinary. ..88 88* 89
Low Middling.. .40 40* 41
Middling.42@42* 42>i@43 43* 44
Good Middling...45 46 45* 48
The Cotton markst during the week under review has
undergone an uninterrupted declino, produced chiefly
by tho ?all in Gold from 36 to 31 per cent., as well as the
still greater dread* that the precious metal may, under a
pressure from sales, go even much lower.
The fleecy staple, however, bas shown a stubbornness
of purpose which no other product of this count: y pre?
sented, appearing as if it were desirous to assert the
right to independence against the combined arguments
of its would-be rulers, thereby indicating that ere long
lt will be subject alone to the question of future produc?
Notwithstanding a vast number of schemes have boon
presented to the capitalista of the North and West,
showing large and certain profits upon small invest?
ments in tho culture of cotton, few are found to examino
the statements, and still fowcr to make tho trial even on
i small scale. Thia apathy toward one section of tho
:ountry from another, which is able to grant the desired
lid, will tell fearfully upon all ere another yaar rolls
round, unless the South shall bs able to sell 1,200,000
to 1,500,000 bales for a much greater consideration than
1,500,000 bales would amount to In ordinary yearn, ad
ling, of course, the depreciation of the currency, to
jether with the Billi greater charge from inflated values
'for we have not sein one reliable estimate, even from
the most sanguine, place the crop of 1806 over the figures
we set down some three months ago, namely, j ,500,000
Dales). Tct, manufacturer goods of all kinds have been
ind still continue to be crowded to the South. How
ind vhen they are to be paid for the future alone can
leclde. But the fact that these goods are sent deter?
mines itself the feeling that pervades all branches of
trade and industry throughout tho country in tho faith
)f our assertion, that cotton must and will rule extreme?
ly high during the summer and falL Our dispatches
Tom New Orleans, making np the total reosipta for the
reek, have not come to hand.
Spross, CHAPMAN k Co., Brokera.
Foreign Markets, Per Jara.
LIVERPOOL. February 24.-Corrow.-The Brokera'
circular says : The demand for Cotton hu been to a fair
M te nt throughout the week, but baa been tVeely met by
lolders, and under the influence of ad rico i from Ame?
rica of increased receipts and a fal! in pri?es, some de?
fine has been submitted to from last week's quotations ;
jut the reduction of the bank rate to 7 per cent has
ended to promoto a steadier feeling at the close of the
narkot American hat continued In general demand,
md in the earlier part of of the week commanded ex
ro mo rates, but during the last two days has receded, ,
ad closes about *d. below former quotations. Sea
Island quiet and unchanged. For other descriptions the
leoline ranges from *d. to *d. per poand. The week's |
justness has been 58,600 halos, including 8440 on opecu
atton, and 11,000 for export. The quotations are: Fair
Means 20*d. ; Middling do. 18%d. ; Fair Mobile 19>4'd. ;
diddling do. 18 *d. ; Fair Uplands 10 ?i'd. ; Middling do.
8*d. Yesterday (Friday) the market waa flat nt the
[notations. Sales about 8000 bales, including 2000 for
peculation and export The stock on hand ia estimated
1418,680 bales, of which 214,6508X0 American. At sea
rom India 620,000 bales.
TRADE AT MANOHKSTBS -There was a fair inquiry rr
or day, and the market generally waa Bteady at lues 1*> ? J
LIVERPOOL, February 24-P. M.-The sales hare keen I
nly 6000 bales, Including 1500 for speculation and ex- ?
ort. The mario t is very dull and prices are easier.
BasADSTUTrs-To-day ai? quiet and without change.
PaovnuoNs-Continues firm at yesterday's prie s.
Boeuf-Is atm declining.
WEIGHT & CO.'S HABEST EXPORT,
Bio DB JANSIBO, February 1.-American Pitch Pine
>eals.-Receipts, three cargoes; of these, two sold at 1
311000, and one at 32IIO00 (being slightly damaged) per 1
oxen of 14x3x9. There ls very little demand for this (
American Lumber, 1 inch-Very dull at 60 rt. per
EXPOBTS.-Coffee-The demand for this article bas
eon good, and superior tad good -quelitiea, owing to
heir great scarcity, hive gradually advanced 200 to 300 1
er ar. The rather flat advices to hand by this convey
nee have had no effect upon prices, and since hor arri
al 72,000 ba have been sold, including 44,000 bs lor tho [
Inited States. As we are no ar far advanced in the crop I.
oar, supplies have faller off very materially, having
vereged about 2800 baga per day during the month,
nd the quality arriving at market ls very poor. Total
ales of Ute month amount to 190,600 bags, or 105 000 bs
>r the United States, 52,800 for the North of Europe and
hannel, 26,300 for the South of Europe, and 6800 for
ie Capa of Good Hope, Blver Platte and Elsinore,
tock is now 60,000 bags, consisting entirely of low and
rdiuary gradea. We quote : Fins superior 7(700 to
1000 nominal; superior 7J500 to 71600 nominal; good (
rst 7010 ) to 7U200perar. And lota: For the United
tates 711000 to 704OO per ar; 60117 to 63118 for tinglo bags;
IIIS to 64117 for double bags. -.
Clearances since 1st March to United Statts-Baltl- J
lore, 10,488 bags; New Tork, 55,855 do.; New Orleans,
IOO do; Mobile, 2700 do.; Sandy Hook, f. o., 4421.do- I
COTTON.-Salea of the month^O?OO bales ; prices firm
; 20il to per ar. for gooAWm Paulo, and 18J500 lo
)||500 for Mina? and Bio de Janeiro, Hydes, dry. Salea
[ 6000. We quote 285 rs per lb. for largo and heavy,
id 230 rs. for small and medium. Sugars-Supplies
'gular, and prices for all grades about 200 to 300 rs. per
'. lower than on 1st ult.
F n RIG HTS.-Freight H have been steady throughout the
lonth. and demand good at unaltered rates. Wo quote
>r United 8tates 42a. Cd. to 45s. North, and 45 to 50s.
sr ton South.
EXCHANGE on London gradually declined from 25* to
d. (ratos of 1st ult) to 24*d. bank, and 24); to j*d.
immorcial billa. Yesterday lt rallied a little, and to
ky's rates are 24*d. for bank, and 1i%d. to 25J. for
>od commercial paper at DU days'sight. Discounts
ho National Bank rate continues to be 9 per cont por (
. Specie-Doubloons 31?80U to S2II000; sovereigns 911750
Bio DI JANEIRO, February 2.-Total sales coffee be
reen steamers, 80,000 bugs; aalcs coffeo for Dnited !
ates, same time, 62,000 bagi; shipments coffee to
tilted States, same time, 27,000 baga; stock coffee at
.te, 60,000 boga; price c offee, 711 to 7|ti00; good to prime
arco and advancing, eales flour between steamers,
00 bbls; stock flour st date, 16,000 bbls; price flour,
ll to 2611; quiet. Exchange, 24>i to 24*. Freights,
INDIA, CHINA, &0.
SHANonAi, January 26.-Tea quiet. Silk steady. Ex- I |
tange un London, Gs. 3d.
HONG KONG, Fobruary 1.-Exchange 4a. 7*d. Total
port of tea to dato, 110,625,000 lbs. It is reported that j
large rebel force ia within 30 miles of Nankoo.
Bo BCD AV, February 19.-(Private telegram.)-The new j
tton crop will bo short by 400,000 balea. Shipments
Ul fall off latterly.
[Correspondence of Ote Journal of Commerce.]
HAVANA, March 1, I860.-Our Sugar market remains
?out the aame aa last reported of; Nos. ll and 12 Arm
$3 87*94.12*. No change in Molasses. Exchanges.
Sterling bills In leso demand; London and other !
ilnta payable there, CC days' sight, at 14* to 16 prom ;
iris and continental points pavable, 2 * to 2*' pram. ;
, 8. Northern oitios. and payable in Nsw York or Bos
n, 22* to 21* discount.
Wharf sales-Feb 24, per John Griffin, New York, 70 I
ils. white beans at $5 87* 9 100 lbs. ; 26th, cargo of
earner Hendrick Hudson, from Philadelphia, reserved |
um the puulle; probably not delire'ed in good order,
th, no salea of U. S. produce; Spanish Flour at $11.75 j
bbL 28th. Hendrick Hudaon, Philsdalphlr, 294 sacks
ira at $2.31.* <a loo tba.; cargo 1019 bblu. Potatoes,
om Boston, per Tonawanda, on p. t ; long voyage and |
savy weather, pei haps.
No charters reported this week.
enstgneea per South Carolina Railroad,
345 bales Upland and 9 bales SI Cotton, 77 balei Yarn,
' sacka Grain, 5 cari Ordnance Stores, 2 oars Lamber,
arniture, Ac, To E H Rodgers k Co, G W Williams k (
> W Walton Smith, W Lobby, Austin, An ima A Co, c
tarey k Alexander, Whittemore, Son k Co, Walter k a
i, G A Renfler. w B Wlillama. Marahall, Beach A Co,
Cobla k Co, J M Caldwell k Sona, J Cantwell k Co, 8
Howard, Dr J J Chlaolm. Capt O Barnard, W H Wea
m, W H Easterby, Graesor k Smith, J B Pringle, W O
ill, J B K Sloan. Webb, Ayer A Trombo, Hilson k
sift, D D Utsey, H Jager, W 0 Courtney, H fr Griggs,
Bark, G Carter, W P Dowling, W F S tau sell, E Wei
lg, Mrs M A Snowden, J Ottolengui, W C .Dukes k Co,
opkins, McPherson k Co, Bavenel A Barnwell.
Arrivals at Merchant's Hotel, March 13.
D McGregor, J E McGregor, Hilton Head; O Kelly,
ilumbia; J ano M J dams, H R Swinton, adams Bun; \
D Dennis, lady and child, Morida; W 8 Hewas, Vir- '
nia; J P McNair, Cheraw, SO; E W Jones. Chaplain 1
8 O T; C Straub, Strawberry Station; W W Starr, 8
arolina; J W Rowan, Columbia; W H Sewell, Darling
n; J M Thompson, lady and 4 children, Ofdcnsburgh;
Miller, Croea Keys, Ala; A F Newman and servant,
labama; H L Porrino, Havana; Major J D Ter' s, Oity ; I
V lslingomo, Orangeburg; J A Turner, Waahlnfcion, D (
; A Pendleton, Mies Pecdloton, Master Pendleton, two I
las Kane TS, Now >ork; N Elngsmore, City; W Nelson
id lady, D V Macy. Washington, D O; W Bia: ad eil, N '
ork ; Lieut O A Clark, Lieut H N Loomis, Summerville,
O ; E Dubondorf, Detroit, Mich; Capt E L Jone.-, Boa
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York-Mr and j
[rs Horton, (J Rosswog, J Bette. H Weef ndoreck, Mra
enderaon. E Cram, Mra S Watts, Mr and Mrs W O
rownlng, Hon John Van Buren, J Foster, T A Lathrop,
A Munger, Miss E H Brown, Miss H Brrvn, J E Lax
ma N Hart, J Spring, A Manko, Mias Gomez, Misa A
art Mies Rosalie Hart, H Slender, N A Hunt. 3 O
ray, J R Barkley. A Hein. H Van Neat, A A Neal, Mlaa
?ne E Moore, Mra F Krieneel, J McKinney, Miss Lea
r Mr and Mra Miller, Kr and Mr* Bronson, Mra Oada
a'n and slater Mr and Ure Stuvesant. Mr? Forsyth ?nd
ikid. Misa KeDnedy, Miss Hartard, Mias Pringle, Capt
nd Mrs Hunt MU* White aud maid, J A Grem. J. R
offln, and other* in tho steerage.
Per Bteamer Fountain, from Savannah, via Hilton
ead and Beaufort-M Cohen, W H Hayward. Mr Chad
ick. 8 Dickey an?l lady, E Kirkland, O P Kirkland, J M
mith, H A MoLeod, Mr and Mra Pago, rf O Getty, lady
ad 2 children, Vangautand lady, J Van Benaletter. A J
raith. J O Dow, H Wellman, B Young, M Cordova,
idy and child, Lieut Wobater, S Dickey, U B Carder, J J Jr
?illey. W 8 ThomRS. O White, W L Dennis, lady and ]
tilld. f! K Collins. O J Jervcy, J M Rice, J F Chaplin, *
PHASES OT TBS KOON.
Foll M. 1st, 6h. 33m. morn I New H. 10 th, ?h. 17m. oren
Lut Q. Ota, 10h. 13m. mom I First Q. 33d, 7h. 43m. morn
Full M 30th, Uh. lim. even.
MSW. J. BETS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON,
Arrived Yesterday. I HAUCH 13
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York-left Satur
day, FM. Md zo. To Kavenel & Co, Adams Express
Co, Hoffman, Brabham k Co, Weir k Cunningham, J R
Bead k Co, Jennings, Thomlinson k Co, Forrester A
McLean, C H Mlot, Philips & McDowell, Willis k Obis
olm, J Wallach, Craig, Toomey & Co, S S .ones, S E
Moore, T Eelly, J Purcell L Ohapin k Co, J E Adger k
Co, Hatcham k McMaster, Douglas k Miller, Coroelson,
Kramer k Co, Hopson k Suthpen, J R Bigelow, J Ma?
rion, Baum Bros k Co, Nachmann & Co, L Cohen, W 3
Henary, A Y Lee, T Steen, H T Peake, H Bischoff k Co,
J A Gannon, Wright k Coppock, J M Smith k Co, S R
Marshall, H Jager, D Helburt, Creighton k Son, J H
Hardy, A Tobias' Sons, Eli nek, Wickenberg k Co, W G
Wbilden k Co, Gower, Cox k Markley, T Steen, C Grave
ley, Pond k Duncan, J Lorenzt, J H Heise, Bailay,
Parks & Balley, R Stewart, Aua tin k Albee, Hart & Co,
S P Boozer & Co, G Schofield k Co, J Walker, D Lopez,
Dial k Pope, Fisher k Helnltsch, Hastie, Calhoun k Co,
Barber k Wyhe, A Isear, Forbes k GuiUemin, G W Wil?
liams k Co, J Van Winkie, J B Betts, B O'Neill, J Flaum,
D Loeb, G Hoffmann, E J O Wood, J McKenzie, H Sou
beyroux, J Small, J A Morgan, King k Oaasid?y, J H
Cathcart, P Cantwell, Sharp k Pant, Y Yglosiaa, Huger
k HaaelL J Mcconkey, D Mower, Mrs M Ward, Pratt <k
Wilson Bro, L Hawley, A Bischoff, G W Steffens k Co, 3
Ru8seU, Twitty s Co, S G Courtenay, A Palmer, Town?
send k North, T Clarry, Cameron, Barkley & Co. H Da?
ly, T M Bristoll, C C Macey, J D Munn, Bavenel k Barn?
well, McMxkia k Caulfield, A D Fleming, Courier Office,
H Harris, A Lor ye a, J R Smith, Shiver St Beckman, D
Lopez, Pearlffton k Son, O Scott, Little k Marshall, Ca?
hill k Co, Mr.) S Watts, W S Bailey k Co, Anderson k
Law, T Zimlong s Co, J Sulzbackor, G 8 Hacker, J R
Bigelow, E J Dawson k Co, Pendleton Factory, Hodg?
son k Dunlap, A H Abrahams k Son. C Ring, J W Tay?
lor, TJflerhardt k Campeen, Miss M Wilson, Craig k To?
bin, P EpEtin. B D Schur, Strauss,Vanees k Co, Styles k
Darter, 3 M Wilhams, Fisher s Lawrence, Ot W Pond, N
Levin, Jr, Eonneth k Gibson, J A Benner, Sup't, Tur
ncr k Lorin, J W Hardy, Wagener s Bro, D Paul k Co,
I Heseman, O Ei A S Johnson, B B Stoddard k Co, O
Levin, Abels, Myers k Co, J Fisher, T J Lockwood, j P
Brown, G Little k Co, H Slender, L Ducker, H Leopold,
Muller k Robertson, L D Sh ap er d, Corbltt k Ca s s id ey,
L Rich Ac Son, Lengnick A Sell, F Ansel, Dorbaum ?
ble '??? ??toll, Webb .<c Co, Craig & Tobin. Segar Stand,
' T .lill k Co, M M Quinn k Bro, G S Hacker, Adams,
vi; JU k Co, N A Hunt, M Marks, H T Peters, Bissoll
Urea, L P Wagener, A Wndhagen, McGee k Smith, Wy
le k Roddy, Baum Bros, A Illing, E Stavenhagon, Von
S?lten, ?amsen k Co, J Hurkamp k Co, J Cosgrove, H
P Rugg, T Talbert, J Michaelson, Epstin k Semana, D
a Silcox, W E Earle, A Mauro, G D Lunt, National Ex
jress Co, J Rosendale, H Beattie k Co, Mrs W W Fripp,
Hov D Lynch.
Steamer Empire Dobbins, Eey West-left tbe 9th
nat. Billaat. To the U 8 Q Master, Bound to Washi?
ngton City, and put m for a supply of fuel.
Steamer Fountain, Castner, Savannah, via Hilton
lead and Beaufort 4 balea Upland Cotton, 149 barrais
ron. and Mdze. To White k Paine, H A McLeod, W H
Jhafee, and others.
IN THE OFFING.
Br brig Troubadour, Van Norden, St John's, K B.
.umber. To Order.
Went to Se? Yesterday. [MABCR 13
lr bark Florence Chipman, Jenes, Liverpool.
The sehr Mary Maukin, Taylor, from this port for
Jos ton, arrived at Holmes' Hole, Marok 8.
GEO. H. WALTER ts CO.,
tENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Korti Atlantic Warf,
CEAKLESTON, S. O
iBO. H. WALTER........WM. J. MCCORMACK.
E. ft. WAiiXEIU
BRANCH IN COLUMBI/.,
GEO. H. WALTER k SON.
rVILL?AM B. HERIOT & CO,
No. 249 King-street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
BEOEira DEPOSITS AND ALLOW INTEREST
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC ZX
yAKP! COLLECTIONS AND PROMPT ??%
References In New Y or ki
afesara. DUNCAN, SHERMAN k CO.
Messrs. HENRY CLEWS k CO.
RICHARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Western
ti. J. HOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 Wall-street
J KO ROE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Irs ir
noe Company._October 30
PERRYCLEAR 4 HALSEY,
Factors and Commission Merchante,
FOR THE SALE OF
riMBER AND LUMBER
OFFICE FOOT OF MONTAGUE-STREET.
B. A. EARLY, 1 f J. F. EARLY,
Tarlington C. H., 8. C. J (Charleston, 8. 8.
B. A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwarding and Commission Merchants,
VTOBTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAB
Ll SET STREETS Charleston S. C., and opposite
Jourt House, Darlington, 8. C., Will attend to the pur
hase, aale and shipment of COTTON, N. VAL STORES,
nd MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and ootungn
nents nolle)ted. 6mo* January ll
HOWE, D0?C1N & CO.,
Ship Chandlers & Grocers,
J. HOWE, Ja., )
?. M. DOUOIN, J No. 151 Elast Bay.
ft, 0. HOWE, J
C. & E. HOWE,
I 0?HOWE, ( n?' 71 Bro*dw?y. ??w York.
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention given to
ales of merchandise. Produce purchased on commie
ion, and LIBERAL ADVANCES MADE.
January 30 Smoa
rKE SUBSCRIBER BEGS LEAVE TO INFORM THE
public that he has returned to the city, and resuaa
d his old bualneea. Liberal advance* oaade on all con
ignment*. C. D. OWENS,
East Eay-itreet in the rear of Old Fostomoo.
March 7 wftnl2
HOLCOMB & GARBETTSO'ff.
Southern Real Estate,
No. 79 Nassau-street, New York City.
WITH EXCELLENT FACILITIES FOR 80 DOING,
PILL PLACE COTTON AND OTHER LAN OS IN THE
HEW TOBE MARKET.
March 12 r?? 1
N. HUNT & SON,
No. 17 Hayne-strest,
OFF?,E. FOB SALE
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
CROCKERY AND GLASS WARE,
Original Packages or Packed to Order,
AT THE LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
N. HUNT"& SON,
AUCTION AND COMMISSION HOUSE,
No. 17 Havne-street.
March 13 -
HOLMES & STONEY,
JOHN H. HOLMES..SAMUEL B. STONEY.
FACTORS k COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
BOYCE dc CO'S. WHARF.
GEO. E. PRITCHETT,
KORTI ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. C.
MEHRTENS & WOHLTMANN,
No. 187 EAST BAT,
CHARLESTON, SL O
L KZHBTSHS....../. V. M. WOHLTMAXH.
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE MOKEB,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
.. CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
A GENT FOR THE PURCHA8 S AND BALE Ol
A HRAL ES TATE lc any of the ?cr thorn States.
ALSO AGENT FOB THE SALE. RENTING, BX
PAIRING' kc. OF CITY PROPERTY Aainia 29
SOLOMONS k ROACH,
Auctioneers and Commission Merchants,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT CONSIGNMENTS OF
Groceries, Plantation Implements, and an other
trades of General Merchandise, which ?Ul meet with
mr personal and prompt attention.
3. T. SOLOMONS,
Of the nra of J. T. Solomons A Co.
J- B. ROACH,
Late of the firm of Loring, Winn k Co.
Befers to Messrs. H. B. Clatin A Co., 3. L. Seixaa k
3ro*., Betta, Nichols k Co., E. Bobbina k Bradley,
lowes, Hyatt k Co., New York ; Messrs. Geo. W. WU.
lams ft Go., Marshall, Beach ft Co., Gn*aer ft Smith, 3.
?. Adger ft Co., Charleston, S. a
February 23 fmwlmo
EDWIN J, SCOTT,
(LATE CAsarxn OOIOOMUL rame, occuxsu,)
EXCHANGE AND COLLECTION OFFICE
COLUMBIA, S. C.,
A ND IS PBEPABED TO FURNISH BXOHANGB OH
f\. NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON, in suma to
nit eua tornera.
Careful attention wUi be giren to the sala of STOCKS,
30NDS, GOLD, Ao
President First National Bank, Charleston.
President People's Bank, Charleston.
George W. Williams A Co., Charleston.
President Bar?Jlank. New York.
nuiiBiu?, ?yC: ErFWr-S- mm
E. B. STODDARD & CO.,
WHOLESALE DEALKR8 Di
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNKS,
AT THEIR OLD STAND,
No. 165 Meeting-Street
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
rAKE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR RE?
SUMPTION of buslneos, and invite the attention
)f purchasers to their Stock, which ia now complete.
THIS FIRST-CLASS HOTEL HAYING BEEN RENO?
VATED and neirly furnished, ia now open for the
reception of the trawling public.
March 7 wf8 Proprietor.
WEBB & SAGE
HAYING RESUMED THEIR OLD BUSINESS AS
HAYE OPENED TH RIP. STORE AT
No. 5 HLayne-street9
Next door to Messrs. Gee. W. Williams & Co.
rSI ABE NOW RECEIVING STOCK, AND ABB
prepared to aeU by the ?rate, or to repack gooda at
tbe lowest market pricoa.
Feeling oona dent the ad ?mctag ea of their lons; erpe-.
rienoe aa direct Importeis wQi benefit porohaaera, they |
lek a r enewal of tho patronada of their former trlaads
md ef the publia
WEBB & SAGE,
No. 5 HAYNE-STREET.
NEXT D60B TO MESSES. (?BO. W. WILLIAMS ft 00.
January > -wsSmo
THE GREAT SOUTHERN REMEDY FOB
For sale ky JOHN KENIFIOK.
No. ?8 Broad-itrset.
G. W. AIM AR,
Corner K??K and Yanderhorat street?.
And by Drugirlste generally Hmo* March t
ILLS IIIIISE NTiULES.
DEICHEN & BASER
BEG LEAVE RESPECTFULLY TO CALL THE
attention of the public to the fact that they hart
ust received, from the North, several A No. 1 :OAB- ,
BUGES, made to order, for their special nae, byone ol j
the beet Manufactories in Ul. conn try.
These Carriages can be hired at the regularT u?, on
ipp lcation at tho Mills House Stables, in Chalmer*
itreet, either to parties desiring to ?o gage the? oyta*
lour, or to convey passengers to the different depots !
?towners, ships, Ac They can also be<<*fff? f***
?ral.. Apply either at tho STABLES or atthe MLL,
THE E iSTERN SO. CA. JOURNAL
rs P?JBU?HED EVERY SATOBDATHownam
1 tho town of Bennettavllle. 8. 0.. bv W. tr. E. HEN?
JTerut .rhre* dollars uer annum in a Jvanoe, twenty
lotlv. tor von copie* March 8
WILLIE & CHlb?liJML. S
FACTORS. COMMISSION MERCBAlVtV
TJTTLL ATTEND TO THE PDBxmAKB> BAIJIA?
YV SHIPMENT (w /oreign and r^merUo Pwt?>af
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER and NAVAL 8T0BB8.
ATLANTIC WHARF, CliarlMton^S. C.
Octobcr3o_ '- ?
STYLES & CARTES,
SHIPPINit & COMMISSION MEfiXEMW:
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES, 1
No. 19 VANDKRHOaST'8 WBiABP,
L. C. STELES....,.-..Ii 't OABTIB?
Febroary I___r ?'
ASClJlBALD GrETTY & CO.,
WHOLESALE D^ALERCf, :
Wu ul Comm?s-sM ??FCiai?,
SOB. 126 AND 128 MEETING-STEXa? _
wABSHOoncg; ? t ?u ' ?? j.
so?, M UKI HAsiavsnumv,
A. Getty.S.A. Sonder.8. T. Bettie?.
December 13 - . p fi
PRICE, HINE & TUPPER, I
GENERAL COMMISSION lEECIAIffll
AND . J
No. we COMMON-STBEET; g
NEW ORLEANS, LA.] il
J HOB B. PUIOI...T. D. HnrS....TBXBZKU( TD?l%-firV
March T_lae H
EDWAED N. THUESTON, 1
FORMEHLrjROBERTSON, BLAOKLOOK &0O. W
!F .A. CTOB I
COMMISSION MERCHANT. 1
CW BN EE VANDEBHOBST WHARP AND . EAST BAX? fl
CHARLESTON, S. C. H
January 18_ , _BB
CH?BLES BEIiLOIS & CO. I
General Conimission Merchante?
AND , Bj
DEALERS IN PR?FISIWS,
No. ISO EAST BAT, . 9
0FFE2 FOR SALE AT LOW FIGURES:
HAMS, SIDES, 8HO?LDEBS, STRIPS. ' ? JU
Flour, Butter, Cheese, Lard, Soap. , SB
8'Arch, Candle?, &c, ?co.
January 89_- ' f^? emt
L. BOWIE & CO., i
COMMISSION AND GROCER! M
NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. f?
February 30_._- fa?. _BB]
T. B. 'iront.OUycrAanfcMyB
TltOTJT ?Sc -A-lVTSB-CnrY,' H
Gene ral Commission Merchanting
AND DEALERS IN ffiB
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PARIS, LATHS. HAXWK
and Shingle?, Lumber and Timber, Hay and Gtt??W
_ . ,. . " Norihwoit corner af ? 5
November U 6mo Eaat Bay and Marrar M^aeat.^oMr
FORWARDING- & COMMISSIOMI
New York and Charlestoi ' ^
WILL ATTEND TO THE SALE AHD P?BOHi wH
of BEAL ESTATE, BANK and other 8TOC1 W '
MERCHANDISE and ?LAN'UFACTDBED ABTI0LE3,, Wt
Auction or Private Sale. (THOMAS E. BYAN, reetaadWJ :
Partner in Now York, will attend to the sala of BO CT LBJ |
ERN LANDS, and act aa ?mont for tho pro cering og:
labor, 4c.) -
Cons^nmente of Produce and Manufactured ArttOleBBBJ
solicited. Having large Store Booms, will recetr?aeeefl :
on Storage. Bl, '.
WILLIAM B. RYAN, No. 69 East Bay. BH
THOMAS E. BEAN, No. ?1 Beaver-gtreet, New FerfBl ':
February 20_ _ laaJB
WILBUR & SON, ~1
GENERAL AUCTIONEERS & COKIISUH ;
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS, "Z\
Nos. 13 and 15 State-street and Se*. UH
CHARLESTON, S. CL H if]
Marcha_ _ ? ,
0. D. PRENTISS, | i
BROKER AI mun I
NO. 8 STATE-STREET.
December 88_JE n
. ' AND
ISTO 102EASTBAI J
CHARLESTON, S. C. B , -
Butter, Cheese and ProvLsiO m
MW Liberal adrancei made on conrtgnraeite, S
March . , ->
AUSTIN, ANDRUS &
NO. 131 MEETING-STREET*
COUNTRY ORDERS FILLED WITH DISPA
February ll _
JOHN KING & CO.
IMPORTERS & WHOLESALE DJ
. '. n?
. rOBEION AND DO?_
* SEO ABS r r?
BOCEEBY, H9LLOWWABE AND GLASBWAk
BUILDING MATERIALS, LEO? *e.
No. 88 HASELSTRXtwl
Attorneys at Law and Solicitors li
OFFICE NO. 96 BBOADOTBSCT.
?. E. BURKE,
-A_ttornev at Law
SOLICITOR IN EQUir
No. 98 Broad street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C