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The Daily ISTews
TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL 17, 1866.
NEW YOBE?Per sehr D 0 H?lse?79 bales rjp'and Cot
ton, 6 bales Cotton Pickings, 26 packages Furniture,
10 bales Hots, 207 bundles and cases Paper, 16 bbls
Herrings, 17 bbls Ale, 18 cases Ale, 53 chests Tea, 51
bbls Peanuts, 75 cases and casks Hardware, 23 kegs
Nails, 22 bundles Steel, 2 bbls Twine, kc, 152 COi'8
Hope, 2 packt ges Marlin, 27 casks Cutlery, Files, 75
empty Aie Bbls. 1 chest Clothing, lot Cypress and
Oak Staves, 41 had.-, tierces ano bbls Old iron, aud
1 cask Lead.
FAIRHAVEX, CONN?Per sclir Eclipse-150,000 fu.t[
Pitch Pine Timber.
The Charleston Cotton Market,
In consequence of the very light stock of Cotton on
the market, the heavy decline at Liverpool announced
by the Saxonia had no porcepable action on the mar
ket here. The small sales yesterday, say some sixty to !
eighty bales, were made at prices tndica'ing but little
MOBILE, April 12.?Corrox.?There was a general
demand throughout the diy, but the market was poorly
supplied with desirable selections. Sales of 2500 bale*
were msde, the market closing firm at fully one cent ad
vance on yesterday's prices. Middling 34 to 35c.
Monetary and Financial.?We have no marked fea
ture to note in the general ruartet to day. The tendency
of matters at Washington, and the amounts of 5-20's
thrown on the New York market !toa Europe, has caus
ed an oxcited and uneasy feeling there, which is also
felt here. The inclination is rather on the Bide of coin
investment, but the more cautlou* are holding off tu
avait further developments. Quotations cl;si about iliej
same as yesterday, but unsettled?say 126 to 12"' for gold.
The market is* f'lUy supplied with Corauiorc:al bur
ling, in which considerable has been done at 130 to 131.
A good business is reported also in Domestic Ex
change, but limited to some extent by thermal supply
offering. We quota for Shiht ii to ?; and five ?nl ten
days' Cotton Bills*"? 10 1 '? discount
New Orleans fight-is without change, say nit to >,'
MEMPHIS, April 13.?Cotton.?The market was less
favorable to the holder than on the day before, yet the
New Wrk quotations were one coot higher, 38.:. Tbis
advance commanded llttie con?d-uc-?, it bsinz difficult
-to find a basis for it; it appears, however, that it was
founded on a change in the rate of exchange. The ef
fect of the advance was to distuab tho market, causing
a higher demand, which holders did rot feel authorized
to meet, and the resu t was less favorable to prices on
the whole than were paid the day before, 'ihecoon
dispatches quoted cotton strong at 37J$@38c. ; gold 27%'.
This news caused the market to close with more firm
ness. The foliowiug is a summary of the sales reported to
us in answer to our enquiries: 17 bales at 18c. 14 at 2'),
7 at 21, 6 at 22, 11 at 2 13 at 23, 10 at 23.?4', 4 at 21. 19
at 25, 17 at 27, repacked, mixed and luferior; 87 at 28,
Low Middling; 01 at 29. and 119 at 3U, Midd?ig; 15 at
'31, 17 at 31 if, and 21 at 32. Strict Middling; 9 at 33, and
4 at 34, Cool Middling. Tbc prices show some irregu
larity, but we again repeat quotations, with tho remark
that tbs inside figures were prevalent: indeed, sales of
Middling were made at lower rates than on Wednesday:
Ordinary.24 to 2?c
Good Ordinary. .2C to 27c
Low Middling.28 to 2!>c
Strict MiddUng.31 to 32 ',c
Good Middling.33 to 34 i
WILMINGTON, April 14-6 P. M.?Tobpenttne.?
Sales of 56 bbls at $5 25 for new virgin, $3 for yellow
dip, and $150 for hard per 280 lbs.
Spibits Tubpentise.?Sales of 19 bbls at52i;c, and
27 do (virgin) at 53c per gallon for white.
Boers?20 bbls Pale sold at $9 50 to $10 per bbL
No public transactions in Cotton.
TrsfBEB.?Sales of six rafts at $5 50, ?6 50, $7 25, $11,
$12, $14 to $18 per M , according to qiaUer.
, Baltimore Market.
B A LT III OK E, April 13.?Costek.? We report sales
to-day of 160 bags Bio at 19 K to 20.'., cents; also, 000
bagi do, ex brig Wavelet, on terms nit transpired. The
bark May Queen, from Rio, is in the t ay with 3200 bags.
r Lous.?Baltimore Family and high grades Extra
were advanced to-day 50 cents per bbl We now quote
Family at $15 50, Patapsco Extra $13 50, and Chesapeake
do $12 50 per bbl We reviso quotations generally.
Sales to day em: race 200 bbls Western Extra at. ?9 60;
i:o bbls Royal fork Super at $9 sa to $ir>. closing at the
latter. The range ot the narkavia ua follow,! Howard
street Super and cut Extra $8 50 to $8 75, do Extra $9 60
to $10, do Family $12 60 to $13 5l>. Ohio Supor and or.
xtra $8 26 to $8 ?6, do Extra $9 00 to $9 75, do Famdy
$*2 50 to $13 60; Northwestorn Super $8 25 to $8 50; City
Mills, good to fancy brands Super, f8 50 to $8 75, do
shiaping brands Extra $12 to $li 50, do standard Ex'ra
$? 5i>> to $10, Baltimore. Welsh's and Greenfield Family
$15 5e\ do high grade Extra $13 : J per bbl. Bye Flour,
new, $H 25 to $6 60. Corn Meal?City Mills and Brandy
wine S31-60 to $3 60 per bbL
The fallowing are the Inspections of Flour and Meal
in the cifyof Baltimore for the week ending April 12th,
1866, viz: Howard-street 2196 barrels; City Mills 3561
barrels and* 100 hah! barrels; Ohio 4551 barrels, and
Family 1732vJbarrels and 60 hau* barrels?total Wheat
Flour 13,843 barrels and 60 half barrels. Together with
-90 barrels Rye Flour and 285 barrels Corn Meal.
Obus.? Receipts of Wheat from Maryland and Penn
sylvania are very trifling, giving an indication of an al
most exhausted crop. Tho de sand is good, and ex
treme prices are realized for prime and choice sample4.
We report sales to-day of500 buthels red at $2 55 to $2 CO
per bushel?nothing reported in White. Corn?18 000
bnshels White aud 12,0V0 bushels Yellow comprised the
offerings to day; prices again receded, with sales of 9CO0
bushels White at 82 to 83 cents; 1000 bushels mixed do.
at 78 cents; 4500 bushels Yellow, part to arrive, at 79
cents; 7000 bashels do. at 80 cents; 520 bushels inferior
at 77 cents?market closed at 79 cents per bushol for
prime. Oats?2100 bushols offered and sold at 54 to 55
cedts weight. No receipu. or tales of Rye.
Molasses.?No oalns U>-day; quotations are un
Provisions?There is a jfooi demand for Bacon, but
at slightly easier prices. W e report sales of 50 casks,
including Shoulders at 12', to 12 \ cents, and Sides at
15s to 15X cents; Hams range from 20 to 23 cents, as
to quality and fancy, latter for best canvassed. Bulk
Meats are quoted at 11 cents for Shoulders, 13"? to 14
cents for 81des, and If H cents for Hams, in pickle.
Mets Pork $26 to $26 60. Lard?A sale to-day reported
of Si, tierces Western at 18 !? cents; we quote at UJj to
lb,1, cents; City 18 cents; Western in kegs nominal at
203-i cents; Baltimore refined 21 'j cents per lb.
Salt.?Market quiet, with limited sales from jobbers
-at $1 85 for Liverpool Ground Alum, $3 25 for Worth
ington's Fine, $3 10 to $3 20 for brands less knowu per
sack. Turk's Island scarce and firm at 60 cents per
bushel in lots.
Seeds?The season for Clover is nearly over; some
little inquiry tor shipment. We report sales of 100
bushels at $5 25 to $5 50, ' some prime samples held
higher. Timothy is dull, but little offering; quote noml
nalat $3 75 to $4 for small lots. Flax steady at $2 50 to
$2 55 per bushel. ,
Suoab.?Market was quiet to-day; no transactions re
ported; prices steady as last quoted.
Whisket?Continues inactive; we report sales yoster
-day of 30 bbls Country, in paokages, at $2 21; City and
Western jobbing at $2 26 per gallon.
Neva York Market?
~ MONET alABKET.
The Nj w York World, of Saturday, 14th iuat., Bays tho
money market Is quiet aud easy on call, at 6 to 6 per
cent., and first-class acceptances are discounted at 6 to
6s per rant, and business notes at 6J, to 7 s per cent
The foreign exchange market is duU, and prime bank
ers'sixty-day sterling bills are quoted 107,^10 11)7',,
and sales are made at 107% to 107?, Tho gold market
is weak, opening at 127, and closing at 126>4'.
NEW YORK, April 13.?Cotton.?The markot war
more active after the Government Bales, .but at lower
'prices. Sales 3500 bales at 37c to 38c for Middhcgs.
The Government so'e by auction of 3200 bales Mobile
Cotton resulted as follows: 1 balo Middling Fair, 37c; 3i
bale* Strictly Middling, 37c; 232 bales Strictly Low Mid
dlirjg, 35>?c; ?M) bales Good Ordinary, 33'?c; 293 bales
Ordinary, 32>?c to 32Jic; 76 bales Low Ordinary, 29 t,'c
to29?i"c; 249 bales Pickings; 19?je; 1896 bales Rebaled
averaged ?Dout 3'Jc.
The following 1b from the circular of Speyers. Chap
man k Co :
Tho receipts of fot'on at the ; orts of tho United
States have been as follows :
"Week ending April 11. 3?.OC0
Previously reported since September I, 1865... 1,570,000
Total since Septomber 1.1.608,000
Frjm close of war to September 1, 1866. 416,000
Total supp'y to April 11.2.034.oo0
The receipts, exports, and stocks at the principal
ports of the United States, at latest dates, were as loi
Receipts Exports. Stocks.
?? since Sept. t. Bince ?ept 1.
New York, April 11... .703,700 340,100 228.00C
New Orleans, April 10.657,000 068,000 173.1'OC
Galveston, March 31... 146,500 146,600 13,50i
Mobile. April 6 . 369,400 319,700 74.20C
Savannah. April 6.187,200 150,900 14 90C
Charleston, April 6.... 74,900 73,600 5,40t
?Apalachicola, M'chl9..101 800 102.300 12.20C
(The receipts and exports include coastwise ship
't he foreign exports the past week embrace the follow
from New Orleans, four days ending April 1th, to
Liverpool, 8667 bales; to Havre, 666S; to Bremen, CO; to
Barcelona, 2226. Total, 17,498 bales.
From New York, for week ending April 11th, to Liver
pool, 14.108 bales; to Havre, 2416; to Bremen, 703; to
Queenstown, 2915. Total, 20,142.
From Charleston, week ending April Cth, to Liver
pool, 911 bales; to Havre, 1269. Total, 2170.
t. During the early part of the present week cur market
succumbed to lower quotations from causes similar to
that which depreseod the staple iu our last review. For
eign exchanges dragged heavily at reduced rates, there
by confining the purchases of Cotton to a fuw first-clasB
houses. The news, however, brought by the s earners
England, Belgian, and Asia, that our bonds wero return
ing here for sale, in view of the prices abr jad being
sufficiently low to admit of a profit of four per cent,
upou their importation at present rates here and iu Eu
rope, as well as the fear of a moneyed stringency on the
Continent in the event of Austria and Prusa a crossing
swords, influenced a sudden reaction in the exchange
market ?ud gave an immedfato opportunity to commis
sion houses to re-^nter as candidates for the fleecy sta
ple,'which they were not slow to accept. A much greater
improvement than is noted in onr daily report would
have been discernible, bad not several leading operators
declined to execute discretionary orders, on the ground
that should the above named powers become involved in
a war, cotton may yield to lower quotations in Europe.
H- Iders. on the other hatd, are willing to take the risk,
and prefer to await further dovelopmentn Woio oir-.nnR
choice lists, at the going rates, j>?i ticularly as they be
liovo with a reduction of our stocks and receipts prices
must materially advance.
Uold, 126? to 126%; receipts at Mobile fir four days
ending 10th lost. 1900 bales; receipts at New Orleans,
April 12,1068 bales; exchange on London (Commercial),
106>i to 107; exchange on Paris, 5 22,'i to 5 23: freight
per 6teamer, .l?'d. Wo predict a reduction of receipts
to 20,u00 oalcs per week on or before the 20th of May.
Bbead.->tcffs ?The market sas without ossential
change, and leas active.
The common and medium grades of State and Wcst
I .j Flours were iu soins cases 5o better, but in only
moderate demand. Sales 801U bbl.i at fG 73 to 7 2? f jr
>upers; $7 25 to 7 60 for Extra State ; $7 70 to 8 10 for
Ch ice State; $8 25 to 8 60 for Shipping Bound Hoop
Ohio; $7 40 to $10 for Extra Western; ?10 25 to 14 73for
Doub'e Extra Western and ct. Louis.?
Southern Flour was firm and in steaSy demand. Sales
1400 bbls at $8 65 to 9 75 for Supers; $9 85 to $15 for
Fancy aud Extra.
Canada Flour was firm. Sales 400 bbls at $7 40 to
7 80tfor Ootnnion ; $7 85 to 11 for Oood to Choice Extras.
Bye Flour was dull at $ ? 25 to 5.
Corn Meal was firm, but quiet. Kales 300 bbls at $3 75
for Jersey'; $4 25 for Brandywine.
The Wheat market was very irregular, and closed un
settled, the transactions embracing only small parcels.
Saks 17,010 buahtls, at $163 to $1 65 for >c.v No. 1
Chicago 8pring; SI 61 to $167 for Milwaukee Club;
SI (it) for Amber do: Si 95 to $2 for Bed Weitem; $2 40
for Old Amber Michigau; New Bed State hold at $2 50
and upward; $2 65 fur White'Canada.
Corn was held higher, but buyers refused to nay the
advance, and the market closed dull and unsettled, ciales
2U.0UU oushels Wt stern Mixed at 80 to Stfc.
Cats wore firm, but quiet. We quote: Western un
sound at 40 to 47:; Sound do. 56 to 58c: State at 60 to
62c; Jersoy aud Southern at "1 to 51c.
Bye was a thodo firmer, tending upward. Pules 15.000
bn'liels, Including Western at 67 to 08a. anl State at 84
to 85c. Canada Bye :s nom nal at 93c to $L
Barley was quiet a. $1 to $1 2i lor State and Canada
Birley Malt was dull at $1 20 to $1 30.
Provisions.?Pork was dull and scarcely to firm.
Sale' - 0. 0 bbls., at $21 75 for Oil Mess; $25 62 to $25 75
for New do, closing at $25 69; and $21 75 tor Old Prime.
Lard was firm, but quiet. Sales 000 bbls and ti'rces,
at I6'4'(?t7c for No. 1: 17J?018J?c for fair to prime
Bieani, and ]SV,^18!;c for (Little Rendered
Cut meats were firm at 10.';<$ll '4c for Dry Salted and
Pickled Shoulders; irr,(g)17',c for Dry Silted and Pick
Bacou was held higher, but was quiet. Sales 350
boxes at 14\'c for Cumberland; and ISlio for Short
Rib hi d.
Beef was dulL Sales 4r0 bbls, at $14$ 18 for Repacked
Western Mess, and $18@2:l for Extra do.
Tierce Beef was io good ex ort demand, at $30i&33 for
Prime Msss: $36@37 t a India Mesa.
Beef Hams were firmer, selling) at $37.5C@39.
Butter was dull and irregular, choice old dairies firm
er, I tit new butter lower. We quote 20@40e for West
ern and Ohio; 40@60c for SUto. old: S0&5Gv for do new.
Ch.was more active, aud inn'it ITQMO for Ohio;
18?621 for 8tate; 21@2l for Factory made7 The market
was du I and heavy at 24@24>^c for Crude; 38S39c for
Rrfiued, in bond; Refined, free, is nominal.
Beeswax?I? dull at 3Sc to 40c.
Candi.us?Are selling at 22c to 21c for s'iort aud full
Coffee.?The market is quiet, aud we have only to
notice i he sale of a very choice lot of 103 bags Rio, per
Id(. at 15??c gold, In bouiL Wo quote Rio, duty paid,
18c to 20'Jc; Maracaibo and Laguayn, 19c to 22,'jc;
Java. 27c to 28c, till gold.
East India Uoods.? All kinds are quiet, aud prices
Hat?Is firm, but leas active at 60c to 75c per 100 lbs.
Hop.* ?Th<s market is dull, and some of tbo recent
importations are going baok, there being no successful
sale for them. Prices are unsettled.
Lime.?Since last no'iced, about 4000 bb's com mou
Rocklaud have sold at $1 60 per barrel, boing 25c de
cline. The strikes amocg ori:klayers cluck the de
Molasses ?There is a good jobbing demand, and pri
ces >ro steady. Sales 2U0 hhds. Cuba Muscovado, in
lots, at 40c to 6'c; 60 hhds Porto Rico at 66c to 75j.
Metals ?The market is very dull, and p ices pretty
uniformly tending downward. Copper 27\' to 2Sc. for
Baltimore, and 28,'icfor Lake. Iron, No. 1 Scotch Pig,
offering at $11 60 from the wharf. Lead 6','c, gold.
Spelter, 16 %c gold. Tin?Banca. 24c; Straits 23c. Eng
lish, 22',c, a'l golt. Tin Plates nominally unchanged.
I. c. Charcoal, ioxi4. |11, goM. ziuc u;jc to 13c.
Naval Stores.?The market was dull, and was with
out the improved toue noted yesterday, Spirits Tur
pentine 83 to 90 ceuts. Common Rosin $2 50 to $2 75.
Tar S2 25 to $2 62', for Washington aud Wilmington
barrels. City Pitch $1 25 to $4 50. Ctudo lurpentino
Nails ?Cut are seUing at $6 25 to $6 50, which arc
t il Cake.?Bag Cako firm at $43 to $44 per ton.
Oils?Are generally duU. Linseed Oil. in casts and
barrel!, $1 22 to $1 25; Crude Whale $1 22 to $ I 25;
Crude Sperm $2 40, Lard Oil $1 70; Olive Oil $1 60 to
Bice.?The market rules quiet The demand, at boat,
is rather limited, and the trade is not disposed to pur
chase beyond imm?diate wants. Rangoon 3% to 9 cents,
Carolina ll>f to 12>? cents.
Suoar ?The dcina d continues good, and prices
flfni, notwithstanding tbo decline in gold. Fair to Oood
Refining, lu.'.'^lOsc. Sales 800 hhds. at 10Ji<g>lll?c.
for Cuba, and 12@lU>,'c. for Porto Rico; also, 1630 boxes
at 10@12. Refining Sugars steady at :r>\ :,! i for
standard Ground and Cruahod, and 14 VcilJc. for Soft
Tallow.?The market was dull, and prices somewhat
irregula-. 8al.-s 74.000 lbs. at 11 HQUKc, the bighor
price for choice.
Tobacco?Continues without animation ; the inquiry
is ouly for new Substantial Kentucky. Sales, 210 hhds
Eoutucky, 21c to 22c; 120 cases Seodleaf, 6o to 9c; 30
bales Havana, private terms.
Wbi-kex?Is noirly nominal at $2 27 for primo West
Freights? Were dull, and rat? s unsettled. To Liver
pool, 8UO0 Corn in bulk at l>ad; 400 boxes Bacon,
15s; 300 bales Cotton, 5-16d; 600 tierces Beef, 2s 6d; and
per steamer, 200 bales C otton at ?,'d. To London, 15.000
bushel* Corn on private terms. A ship with Deals from
St. Stephens to Glasgow, on private terms.
' onslgnces per Month Carolina Kallroad,
a April 15.
412 bales Upland and 29 bales 3 I Cotton, 41 bbls Bo
sin, 10 bales Tarn, 3 cars Old Iron, 1 car Stock, 1 car
Lumber, Furniture. Ac. To R F Simmons, D D Ut9ey,
Miss E D Swasoy, Adums, Frost & Co, Bollniann Bros,
J Copes, J King & Co, E Wagner, 3 G Barker, R T Chls
olm, G W Wilhams k Oo, W W Smith, B Mure 4 Co, E C
Carr, G H Walter k Co, 0 P Poppenhelm, M Goldsmith
k Son, A McLeish. Willis k Chisolui, H W Kinsman, H
L Jotlers k Co. J Walker. Bang k Vennlng, J W Wilson,
J B Pringle, E J Wits A Co, A L J Perry, W B Willi uns.
Bentieker & Glover, Bunt Bros, Campbell & Milling, F
Per steam sr Emilie, from Savannah vli Beaufort?
R Jacksou, C Parvoa, J Parker, F DcMonte, M Sitler, C
O Gage, W 8 Cunliffe, L Dunancs, F D Dennisoo, Miss
K R ot wood. R Cuthberc, P W Bro?n, H Jouneman, H H
Tbayer, Master Joseph Harrison, D Smith, C Matthews,
M Haye', and 6 in steerage.
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Pehi-aarv 21 6mo Oharleirton.
McK?Y & CAMPBELL,
Nos. 80 an? 82 Hasel-street,
NEXT TO POST OFFICE,
I> ETURN THANKS TO THEIR FRTEND8 AND THE |
it eitizona generally for the land support tendered
them since oponlnp; bualnosa, and hope by strict attcn
Uon to wont o.....i.....n.. ~? .v.-- tT._i?? miul*
various Improvements tn-onr establishment, w? wuitte.
prepared at all times to receive consignments of all kinds
We purpose having
DEY G-00D3,BOOTS AND SHOES,
CLOTHING AND NOTIONS,
First ana TWrd TUESDAYS of Eact
OUR REGULAR SALES i -
OF DRY GOODS, &c., 6ic.
FRIDAY, of Groceries, Liquors,
Furniture, Horses, Carriages,
WELL BE CONTINUED AS HERETOFORE.
Consipments Solicite! -
January IS tuthSmo
JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.,
No. 135 Meeting-street.
Charleston, S. C,
T^ILL RESUME THEIR OLD BUSINESS, ADD
would soUolt consignments of MERCHANDISE of slid
(crlptlons, either for Public or Private Sale.
Kf Particular attention paid to all oat-door sales,
fannary 30 Brant
Greneral Commission Merchant.
rrVHE SUBSCRIBER HAVING RETURNED TO THE
J, City, will resume business as above referred to,
and respectfully solicitS?the former patronage of his
friends and the public In general.
Particular attention w?l bo directed to orders extended
by CAPITALISTS FOR PURCHASE ORjSALE OF FIRST
CL ' 83 LANDS ON THE SEABOARD OR INTERIOR OE
THOS. FARR CAPERS,
November! tn Office No. 51 Broad-street.
rE SUBSCRIBER DESIRES TO RETURN HIS
thanks to his old friends and patrons for past fa
vors and inform them that he has commonced a?ain the
above business, with UPHOLST?RING and JOB CAR
PENTERING. Furniture repaired with nearness and
dispatch, and Old Furni'ure bought and sold.
I would respoctrully refer to the following gentlemer
for capacity and reliability: D. H. 8ILCOX and E B.
Orders left at the store of McKAY t CAMPBELL,
Auction House, Hasel street, next to the Poatomce, wil
meet with prompt attention. J. L. LUSSFORD.
AS^i.CZSIX/D Se CO.,
de ai. 2 im IK
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DEALERS IN -MiQ VISIONS,
So. ISO EAST BAY,
OFFER FOR SALE AT LOW FIGDRE8 :
HA.M3, SIDES, 8HOULDEBS, STRIPS.
Flour, Batter, Cheese, Lard, Soap.
Starch, Cmdtes, Ac, Ac.
January 23 3njo
V. 3. Trout.iJUvtrAnuburj
TROUT Sz AMSBURT,
General Commission Merchants.
V\D DEALERS IN
LIME, CEMENT, PLASTER PABIS, LATHS, HATS
and Shingles, Lumber and Timber, Hay and Grali
Northwest corner of
November J- Orao East Bay and Market-atreeet.
ISTO 102 EAST BA"Y
CHARLESTON;, S. C.
Butter, Cheese and Provisions.
$T Liberal advances made on consignments. ? -.
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS*
% SHIPPING AGENTS..
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ATi.
8HIPMENT (to Foreign and Domcstlo Porta) oi
COTTON, BICE, LUMBER and NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WH AUF. Charleston, 8. C.
STYLES & CARTER,
SHIPPING & COMMISSION MERCHANT*
DEALERS IN NAVAL STORES,
No. 10 VANDERHORST'B WHARF
CHARLESTON, a. c,
L. 0. STYLES.L F. OAjRTEB,
February 2 _
ARCHIBALD GETTY & CO.,
Snipping and Commission Merchants,
Nob. 126 AND 138 MEETING-STREET
' Noa. 63 and SS II AS EL-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C
A. Getty.E. A. Souder.8. T. fifouds*
i AAC E. HERTZ, | EUGENE H?CHET.
Lato co-partner of Mordecai & Co.
ISAAC 32. HERTZ & CO..
CORNER CUMBERLAND STREET,
WILL GIVE PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO THE
purchase or salo of COTTON, RICE. LUMBER,
NAVAL STORES, and MERCHANDISE GENERALLY,
and to VESSELS consigned to our care.
AUo, to sales of al descriptions of Merchandise at
MORDECAI * CO., E. LAFITTE * CO
MARSHALL, BEACH 4 CO.. E. B. STODBABD & CO.,
S. S. FABBAB. BROTHERS Si CO.
Charleston, April 2. 1886._April 2
L. BOWIE & CO.;
COMMISSION AND GROCERY
NO. 17 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
February 20_ Mno
A. S. HULL, Agent,
HAS RESUMED BUSINESS AT THE WELL ENOW*
Shlrl Emporium and Furnishing Establishment a
B? M. Welch, corner of Meeting and Market-streett
here a full Une of all articles can be had for
R. H. WELCH
VU1 give special attention to the
JOHN T. FLYNN,
Many years connected with the weU known hooaa 0
OharleB D. Carr & Co., will snperintond the
Where be will be nappy to see his old friends Vid cni
lomers. lyr November 1
THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE MADE All.
RANGEMENTS with Mr. 3. S. PHILLIPS, to con
Bnue the DRAPER and TAILORING business at theti
old stand. No. 32 BROAD-STREET, In an Its branches
ae formerly conducted by them, and solicit for him fron
their former patrons and friends, the same liberal pa*
ronage so generously extended to themselves,
January 90 EDGERTON 4 RICHARDS
J. S. PHILLIPS,
DRAPER ATSTE) TAILOR,
SUCCESSOR TO EDGEBTON & RICHARDS,
NO. 33 BROAD-STREET,
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND A FULL A880B1
MENT of best grades of French, EngUsb, am
American Cloths, Oassimeres, and Vestings, which wil
be sold by the yard or made to order in the latest hub
Ion. Slop January 80
SCOTT Sc HERIOT,
Brokers and Commission Merchants
Was h in g to n-o t.. Columbia, S. C,
W. B. SCOTT. ? ? . ? .W. C. HTBIOl
Will give prompt attention to Purchasing, BeBing am
forwarding of all Merchandize. November r
LOUIS D. D'SAUSSURE,
BROKER & COMMISSION MERCHANT,
FOB THE SAXE AND PURCHASE OF
REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, &c?
and sale of
Cotton, Naval Stores and Produce.
OFFICE! NO. 33 QROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
March 27_tnthaj tnaSmo
6E0. E. PRITCHETT,
NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
CHARLESTON S. O.
March 9 fimos* '
T. SAVAGE HEY WARD & SONS,
No. 241 Broad-street, Augusta,
WILL SELL AT
PARTICULAR ATTENTION PAID-TO C0N8ION.
M en ts. We hold ourselves strictly responsible
or all goods for which we have acknowledged the re
celpts, and will render up sales as speedily aa possible,
Gooos not insured unless Instructed to do so.
March 3_ Smot. '
WHOMBSAlE AND RETAIL
&BOO BBIE S.
. 680. W. STEFFENS & ?h "
WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM THEIR CUS
TOMERS and the public that, In addition to their
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERY at the corner
of Eing and George streets, thty have -now opened a
wholesale and COMMISSION HOUSE at No. 38
Vendue Range, where they wUl be able to afford their
customers extra faculties. Their arm will comprise
as formerly :
010. W. steffens_I. 0. bobkib_Ik BBZDEKBZBO.
HOWE, DOUCIN & CO.*
Ship Chandlers & Grocers,
O O MMISSI02ST
0. HOWE, Jb., )
P. M. DOUOIN, S No. 1S1 East Bay.
E. 0. HOWE, )
C. & E. HOWE,
bl. a?uowu,} NOm 71 Broadway, New Tork.
Consignments solicited. Prompt attention given ta
sales of merchandise. Produce purchased od commit*
Hon. and liberal adv AN ors ma-dk.
January SO 8moe
EDWARD N. THTJRSTON,
FORMERLY.ROBERTSON, BLACKLOCK 4 CO,
, COMMISSION MERCHANT.
laafM?am irir?gp flaggy yj^^r
WILLIAM B. HERIOT k CO
No. 349 King-street,
charleston, S. C.
RECEIVE DEPOSITS AND AJLLOW INTEREST
DEAL IN FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC EX
IffAKF. 0OLLEOTION8 AND PROMPT RE
R?f?renc?e In New Yorki
Messrs. DUNCAN, SHERMAN & CO.
Messrs. henry CLEWS k CO.
ii?CEARD LATHERS, Esq., President Great Western
B. j. EOWLAND, Esq., No. 80 Wall-street
GEORGE T. HOPE, Esq., President Continental Inn?
mos Company. October 30
E. B, STODDARD ? fa.,
WHOLESALE DEALEB8 DJ '
BOOTS, SHOES AND TRUNK?,
AT THEIR OLD STAND, '
No. 165 Meeting-Street
CHARLESTON, S. 0.
/TUEE PLEASURE IN ANNOUNCING THEIR Hl>
JL .SUMPTION of business, and m vite the attention
of purchasers to their Stock, which is now complete.
B. A. EARLY, ) ( J. F. EARLY.
Darlington 0. H., S. C. j \ Charleston, 8. 8.
B, A. & J. F. EARLY,
Forwardlug and Commission Merchants,
NORTHWEST CORNER OF EAST BAY AND MAB
SET STREETS- Charlestons. C, and opposite
Court House, Darlington, S. 0., WUl attend to the pnr
chase, sale and shipment of COTTON, NAVAL STORES,
snd MERCHANDISE generally. Orders and conaRra
ments solicited. 6mo* January 11
BALTIMORE RIYET AM) SPIKE WORKS?
R. W. TYSON &. CO.,
P. 0. Box 1004, Baltimore, Maryland,
HOOlfHEAD RAILROAD 8PIKES, BOILEB RTF,
ETS, BOAT 8PIEE3, ko.
For further information, apply to
BRUNS k BEE, Agents,
No. 81 East Bay, Charleston, S. a
March i Smoe
C. E. CHICHESTER,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
No. 18 BROAD-STREET,
CHABLESTON, 8. 0.
?GENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND SALE 0?
REaL Es T?TE in any of the Southern States.
also AGENT FOB THE 8ALE, RENTING, BJT.
PAIRING. Ac. of OITY PROPERTY Aagus 39
PUTTY UPJJUTTY UP !
N. M. GILBEETH,
No. 101 Market-street,
HOUSE, SIGN, AND SHIP UtTIST,
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS ORDERS from Hid
old and new customers.
GLAZING promptly attend 9d to, P7JTJY for sale.