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SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBEB 22,1866.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Nunquam Dormio-04 bags S I
and 3552 balea Upland Cotton.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Lulu-13 balea Cotton.
40,000 feet Lumber, 20pkgs and 3 cases Mdze, 6 hhds
and 5 bales Hides, 8 bbls Naval Stores, 17 bales Rags,
3 kegs and 1 cask.
Tlie Cliai-leston Cotton Market.
OFFIC *. OF THE DAILY NEWS, 1
CHARLESTON, Friday Evening, Dec. 21, 1866. J
The faU in Gold and tho belief that prices at this point
were relatively too high in proportion to other markets,
caused buyers to act with caution, and produced a light
demand, and prices fell off in consequence during the
day about a half cent ty lb, with sales of 330 bales, say:
6S at 31c. ; 12 at 31 >ie. ; 18 a: 32c. ; 29 at 32 >Ao. ; 34 at 33c. ;
Ilat33>?c.;55at3ic.;73 at 34>?c, and 35 at 35c. Wo
AUGUSTA, December 20.-GOLD-Brokers buy a? 136
and sell at 138all0.
SILVEB-Brokers buy at 133 and sell at 137al38.
Cue hundred shares of National Bank Stock were sold
at $113 per share; forty shares of Georgia Railroad Stock
COTTON-There continues a good demand, but transac?
tions aro limited on account of the scarcity of money.
We Hud an advance, as indicated by sales, of >?c per lb.
Bales of tho day aro 566 bales : 1 at 26; 3 at 28; ll at 28 J? ;
4 at 29; 49 at 30; 12 av 80K; 39 at 31; 52 at 32; 60 at 32,^ ;
152 at 32Y-, ; 33 at 32%; 62 at 33; 25 at 33*?; and 63 at 3?K
cts. The receipts are 740 bales. We quote : ?
Middling.32 ?32 >i
Na. sh. vi Ile Market.
NASHVILLE, December 19-The Cotton market during
the present week has fluctuated considerably. At the
first of the week the price reached as high as 30c, but
there' came an immediate decline and the market went
down to 28>?c
The prices yesterday ranged from 28K to 29c, and clos?
ed extremely dull.
The following comprised the transactions for the day:
Tho transactions for the week foot up as foUows:
Tho.shipments, as wiU be seen by the above, Iwve been
very large duriug tho last week. For three days the ship?
ments footed up nearly 2000 bales.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, December 15.-COTTON.-The market
throughout the day was dull and drooping, owing to tho
unfavorable advices'f.om Liverpool. Factors in general
evinced a disposition to seU, aud also to make conces?
sions, but the majority of buyers were reluctant to
operate unless at reduced prices. The eales, in conse?
quence, were restricted to 2000 bales, participated in by
thirteen brokers at prices indicating an irregular decline
of- >ic per lb, several parties claiming lc. Referring to
the above remarks wa now quote as foUows, assimilating
to Liverpool classifications: Ordinary, 25J?o26J?c; good
ordinary, 27>?a28J?c; low Huddling, 29}?a30Kc; and mid?
dling 31^0 per lb.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand Sept 1, 1866.bales..102,082
Received to-day. 6037
Cleared to-day. 8536
Stock on hand.195,109
The clearances comprise 6137 bales for Havre, 630 for
Boston, and 1769 for New York.
TOBACCO-The inquiry on foreign account is good, and
offers havo been made and refused, and we hear that ne?
gotiations are pending for several lots. Factors are very
firm in their pretensions, and refuse to yield to those of
buyers. ' The sales to-day were restricted to 4 hhds, of
which 2 at 8c and 2 at 12c ty ft. A few hhds were taken
for the city trade and for baling within the range of the
Inferior lugs-SK? * c Inferior lugs.... 4 ? 4%c
Good lugs.4%@ 4Kc Goodings.4K@ 5 c
Inferior to com- Inferior to com?
mon leaf.5K@ 6 Kc mon leaf.6 ? 7Kc
Medium leaf_7 ? 9 c Medium leaf.... 8 ?10 c
Fair leaf..10 ?12 c Fair leaf.ll ?12 c
Tine leaf..12 K? 14 c Fine.T2K@15 c
Choice . selec- Choice selec?
tions-cutters, 15 ?20 c tions-fillers. .18 ?20 c
SUGAB-The market is quiet, but steady and firm,
with a fair demand at yesterday's prices. AU th3 re?
ceipts, which comprise 629 hhds since yesterday, had
aiot been landed, and sales were consequently confined
to about 300 hhds, at 7%a8c for inferior; 8Ka8%cfor
common; 9>?a9%c for fair; 9}?a9%c for good fair; 10>?a
lOKc for fully fair; 10%allo for prime; TlKall%c for
-choice; 10 Kc for seconds, and 12al2Xc for yellow clari?
MOLASSES.-The demand continues good, prices firm
and full, and are tending upward. There is little or no
?tock in first hands, and nearly all the receipts-which
comprise since yesterday about S19 bbls-were sold at
40c per gallon for inferior; 50a53c for common; 53a57Ke
for good; 60a62c for prime, and 64c for choice.
FBEIGHTS.-There is very little disengaged coastwise
tonnage on the berth. The offerings for shipment are
free and the rates are looking upward, Disengaged
American vessels on the berth for Liverpool are held at
%d. ty Bs for cotton to I?verpooL The rates are ic ty ft
for cotton, Dy steam, for New York, $1 ty bbl for flour and
70c ty bbl for molasses. Steam for Boston, l%c ty Hs for
?otton, $112 K bbL for flour, and 7c ty gal for mo?
lasses. Sail for New York and Boston, %a%c ty ft for
.otton, 7?a80c ty bbl for flour, and S2 for molasses. Sail
for Liverpool 9-16d ty Jib for cotton; for Havre lKc
Sail for Liverpool ld ty lb for cotton.
BALTIMORE, December 19.-COFFEE.-The market
-continues dull; no sales to-day.
COTTON.-We notice a better demand to-day, and an
improving tendency in prices under favorable cable ad?
vices from Liverpool. We quote Middling Uplands at
8334 cents, closing firm.
FLOUE-IS held higher though inactive. We notice
sales of 100 bbls Howard street Super at Sil 50, and 100
bbls Ohio Extra at $13 per bbl. We revise quotations as
Howard-street Super and Cut Extra.. .$11 25 * ?$11 75
Howard-street Shipping Extra. 12 25 ? 12 50
Howard-street high grades. 13 00 ? 14 00
Howard-street Family. 15 50 @. 16 00
-Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 10 50 ? ll 00
-Ohio Extra Shipping. 00 00 ? 00 00
Howard-street retailing. 00 00 ? 00 00
Howard-street Family. 14 50 ? 15 50
Northwestern Super. 10 00 ? ll 00
Northwestern Extra. 12 00 ? 13 00
-City MiUs Super. 10 25 ? ll 50
?City MiUs, Standard Extra.ll 50 ? 12 75
City Mills Shipping brands Extra. 15 00 ? 16 00
Baltim'e, Welsh's & Greenfield Family. 15 50 ? 17 50
Baltimore High Grade Extra., 16 75 ? 00 00
Bye Flour, new. 6 25 ? 8 50
-Corn Meal, City Mills. 5 00 ? 00 00
GBATK-Wheat was in better supply to-day, 4200 bushs
red and 800 bushs white offered; market advanced for
.choice red, a sale of 400 bushs at $3 30, and 1000 bushs
?good do at $310a315; no sales of white reported. Of
Corn ?> ?,000 bushs white and 7500 bushs yellow compris?
ed th ? 'i/arings; demand was active and prices further
adv ;. ."t 3c; included in the sales were 22,000 bushs
white ' ? $1 04al 08, nearly all at $1 05al 08 for good to
. prime dry lots; damp lots sold at 90c upward, as to con?
dition-2600 bushs yellow at $1 03al 06, and 4000 bushs do
at $107a$l 08. Oats-3400 bushs offered and sold at 60c
MOLASSES.-No sales reported.
PROVISIONS-Are quiet, and prices same as yesterday,
viz: for mess pork $23 ty bbL Lard 13al3Kc ty ft. Ba?
con shoulders 12al3c for both old and new, and the same
for sides; hams 15al6o for plain sugar-cared, and 18c for
fancy do. Nothing doing in bulk meats.
BICE-No sales; we quote nominal, Carolina at $9 12y"
?9 50 ty 100 fts, and Rangoon in bond at New York sold
at $2 59a2 75 gold.
SALT-We report the sale cf an invoice of 1450 sacks
fine, per Ann, terms not transpired. From dealers the
demand is good and prices steady at $215a2 20 for Liver?
pool Ground Alum, and S310a3 20 ty sack for fine. Turk's
Island 60c ty bushel.
StroAB-No sales to-day; quotations same as reported
WHISKEY-Wo hear of no transactions to-day, hui
quote City in prime packages nominal, at $2 35 ty gal?
PHILADELPHIA, December 18.-COTTON-The mar?
ket continues very dull, but prices are without change;
?mall sales of middlings are making at33a34c for up?
lands, and 35a36c per lb for New Orleans.
GBOCEI?TE'?-Coffee continues scarce; small sales of Ric
are reported at 16al8Kc per lb in gold. In sugar there
ls little or nothing doing.
FLOUR-There is a fair demand from the homo trade al
foll prices; about 2100 bbls sold in lots, including
Northwest Superfine at..'.$7 00? 7 ll
Northwest Extra. 8 50? 9 0(
Northwest Family..ll 00?12 7?
Pennsylvania and Western Superfine. 8 00? 8 5(
Pennsylvania and Western Extra. 9 00@10 5C
Pennsylvania and Western Extra Family.12 00?13 6C
Pennsylvania and Western Fancy.14 00?16 0C
Bye Flour.--? 7 21
GRAIN.-The market has ?gain been excessively dui
a.is/% nriraw immimnl- WA rm nfc* Pannftvl vant n. rail a? M M
bushels No 2 spring sold at $2 55 per bushel, an advanco.
Bye ranges from SI 20 to 1 38 per bushel. Corn is scarco j
and higher; 3000 bushels new Yellow sold at $1 02, and
some damp at 95c. Oats remain without change; sales at
67 J?a58c. The recoipts to-day are as follows : 940 bbls
flour; 2070 bushels Wheat; 2950 bushels corn; 3300 bush?
els oats. i
PBOVISIONS.-There is -rory little doing in the way of 1
sales, but prices aro without change; small sales are re- [
ported at S22 50 ty bbl for now mess pork; ISal'Jc ty lb
for plain and fancy bacon hams; 12gallic for pickled do; !
9>ial0>? for salt shoulders; 12??al3 for prime lard in |
bbls and tes; and 15a30c ty lb lor buttor, as to quality.
Whiskey-Continues Tory dull; Pennsylvania bbls arel
offered at $2 10a2 15; and Ohio at $2 30a2 40 ty gallon.
Mew Torie Market.
MONEY MAB EXT.
The New York Evening Post, of Wednesday, Decem?
ber 19th, says :
Gold is lower to-day on rumors that rtbe Treainry is I
secretly selling coin. Tho decline has had the eu'eot of
lowering the price of those descriptions of Government
bonds which are wanted for foreign account, and it thus
enables foreigners to buy our bonds at easier prices.
The loan market is fairly supplied at 6a7 per cont. The i
slight increase of activity in stocks during the past day or
two has caused somo enlargement of the demand for ac?
commodation, and there is more disposition to chargo
and to pay higher rates of interest. Discounts are dull at
Por gold this forenoon the quotations were as follows:
10:00, 137y~; 10:30,137 ; 11:15,137 >?; 11:30, 137%;12:00,
137; 1:00, 136??; 1:30, 130%; 2:00, 13G%.
l^ie supply of foreign exchange pressing on tho
luarkot cou?nues larger. Bills at sixty days on Bondon j
are quoted at 108J?al?9>? for comnereial; 109%al09>i for
bankers'; do at short sight, HOJ?allOJ?; Paris at GO ?
days, 5.17>?a5.13??; do at short sight 5.13V?a5.10%; Ant?
werp, 5.17J?a5.15??; Swiss, 5.17><a5.15Ji ; Hamburg, 36%
a36^? ; Amsterdam, 41a41>? ; Prankfort,41,^a41>? ; Bromen,
78??a79}?; Prussian thalers, 72a72>?.
Of specie to-day the Asia, from Boston, takes out I
550,000, and the Hecla, from this port, $115,437, making a
total of ?105,437.
NEW YORK, December 19_FLOUR, kc-The market I
for Western and State flour opened tame, but ore the I
close the demand improved, and with light receipts sell?
ers have tho advantage.
The sales are 10,600 bbls at $8 25a$10 40 for superfine
State; S10 60al2 15 for sound extra State; S9 15all 40 for
the low grades of spring wheat Western extra; $llal2 10
for shipping Ohio; S12 20al4 00 for trade and family
brands of Ohio, Michigan and Badiana, and $13 50alG 50
for St Louis extras.
Buckwheat flour is weak at S3 30a3 85.
Canadian flour is firm. Sales of 150 bbls at 13al5c for |
trade and family brands.
Southern flour is better and moderately active. Sales'
of 350 bbls at SH 20al3 45 for common to fair Baltimore
and country extras, and $13 60al6 25 for trade and family
Rye flour is better. Sales of 250 bbls at $6 10a7 60.
Corn meal is dull and heavy.
GRAIN.-The wheat market is less active, but holders |
generally are firm. Millers hold off, contending for
lower prices. The inquiry is confined to millers chiefly.
Choice qualities are not offered very freely. Tho sales j
are 13,400 bushels at S2 38a2 45 for No 2 Chicago spring,
and $3 05a3 15 for amber State.
Barley is Arm and in fair demand. Sales of 33,000 I
bushels at 95c for bonded Canada West, and $118 for do |
free, and SI 20 for prime four-rowed State.
Canada peas are inactive at about formor rates. ,
Oats are in moderate demand and prices are rather I
easier for Western. The sales are 4.6,000 bushels, fair to i
good Chicago at 64a66c.
Rye is very firm and in fair demand for home use.
The sales are 22,000 bushels Western at $1 25, and iree |
Canadian at $1 30.
Corn inactive and prices are lower. Tho sales are
30,000bushels; Western mixedat SI 13al 14, in store and |
afloat-closing at SI 13; early in the day Western yellow,
delivered, at SI 15 ; Jersey yellow at SI 06al 07.
PROVISIONS-A fair business was done in pork, but at 1
lower prices, closing heavy. For future sales of 1000 bbls
old mess, seller all this month, at S19 87>< ; 500 bbls new I
western mess, seUer January, at S21, and 750 bbls do,
seller February, at $21.
The sales, cash and regular, are 3560 bbls at $20a20 15
for old mess; $20 37J?a20 50 for new do, and $21a21 50 |
for uninspected do.
Beef is in less aetive demand but steady. Sales of 275 !
bbls at S9al3 for old plain mess; S13al8 for new do; S13a
18 for old extra do, and $17 50a21 60 for new do.
Tieree beef is quiet, but prices are without change.
Beef hams are firm, with a fair demand. Sales of 300 |
bbls at $29a33 for western.
Cut meats are quiet. We note a sale of 43 tes sugar- I
cured hams at 12c
Ba: on is dull and nominal.
Dressed hogs are scarce and firm. We quote 82?a9??
for western and city.
Lard is dull and prices favor tho buyer. Sales of 235
bbls and tes, at 12i<al2>ic for city and old fair to primo
steam and kettle rendered Western. New Western sold |
in small lots at 12^?al2J?c, with ohoice lots at 13al3Xc.
ASHES-The market ls dull at $8 60 for pots, and $12a I
12 50 for pearls.
BUTTER-The arrivals h ' ve been light, but as the de?
mand has been moderate and our stock large, buyers
have the advantage, and prices are lower and nominal at
the close. Tho approaching holidays, however, ^n.? in?
duced some demand for strict y fine "Gilt Edge," which '
is now selling above the market, the impression being
that this style will be much sought after the residue of
the month, but the indications are that the stock of choice [
Butter now in the hands of farmers was never larger,
consequently we look for no material advance.
CANDLES-Are firm, with a moderate demand. We I
quote at 22>?a23c for Adamantine; 45c for Sperm, and50c |
COFFEE.-The business in Rio coffee has been to a fair j
extent, but prices favor the buyer. The revised quota?
tions for Rio are as follows: Prime 18c, good 17al7>?c, I
fair 16al6^o, ordinary 15%c, and fair to good cargoes 16 j
al7c, duty -i^id; fair to good cargoes in bond lloara ??c,
all gold. ? r =oars. Wm. Scott & Sons make thc stock of I
Rio in the country 60,902 bags, including 14,000 in Balti?
more and 60,092 at this port. Other kinds are dull and
heavy at about 25a25J?c for Java; 19a21c for Ceylon; 17 >?
al9J?c for Maracaibo; 17Xal8>?c for Laguayra, and 16a j
16%c for St Domingo.
COFFEE.-American Ingot is moderately active and 1
steady. We quote at 26a27M? for Lake and Baltimore.
COTTON.-The market is steady, but at an advance in
prices. We quote at 35a36)?c for Middling Uplands, and
do New Orleans and Texas.
FISH-The market for dry cod is dull and heavy. We
quote at $6 50a7 25 for Grand Bank and St. George's. '
Mackerel are in better demand and firm. We quote at I
$19 for No 1 Mass; $17 50al8 for No 2 do, and $14al4 50
for No 3 do. Herrings are dull.
FRUIT-Raisins are quiet, but prices are without
changa. We quote at $3 70a3 75 for bunch ty box, and I
$3 95 for layers. Other descriptions are dull and some
what nominal. We quote at $26a42c for almonds; 13c fer
currants; 31%a32%c for citron, and 17a20c for Smyrna
figs, new crop. i
HAT-The demand is fair and the market firm at 95ca |
$1 for shipping, and il 20al 35 for retail lota.
HEMP-Manilla is dull at $11 %al2c, gol A
Hors-Are firm and in good demand for home use. We !
quote at from>20a40a60e, as to growth and quality.
ISON-Pig is dull, buyers and sellers being apart in I
their views. We quote at $49a51 for No 1 American, and
$49a51 for do Scotch.
LARD-The market for pig is dull, and prices are nomi- I
nal at $6 62&a712>? for English; $6 02>?a6 75 for Ger?
man refined, and $6 62%a6 75 for Spanish, gold. We I
quote bar at 10c and sheet and pipe at 10%c.
MOLASSES-BJ dull, but prices a e without change to
note. We quote Cuba Muscovado at 41a45c; clayed at
42a44c; centrifugal at 40a42c; Porto Rico at 50a55c; and
New Orleans at 65aS5c. The stock is estimated at 6300
hhds Cuba, 3000 hhda Porto Rico, and 1000 bbls New Or?
OILS-American linseed is again lower, and we have
had a very dull and depressed market, closing firm at
$135. In fish oils there has been no particular change,
the business being moderate. Lard oil has declined, and I
has ruled very duU.
PETROLEUM-ls dulL We quote crude, 40&47 gr in
bulk, 14Kal6Jic; in barrels 20a20}?c. Refined, in bond,
10 deg test, light straw, 25c; light straw to white, 26 >??
27>?; prime light straw to white, 28a29^c; standard
white, 30a31J?c; and prime white, 32 %/o.
RICE-Carolina is dull at 9a9??c. Rangoon is quiet.
Small sales in bond for export at 4c, gold.
SUGAR.-Bawjaugars aro moderately active and firm.
We quote Cuba as follows: Inferi?? to common Refining
9a8%c; fair to good do 9%alOJ?c; fair to good Grocery
10>?al02?c; primo to choice do Hallie; Centrifugal
(hhds and boxes) 8al0>?c; Melado 6a7c Havana boxes as
follows: Nos 7 to 9 at 9??a95?o; NOB 10 to 12 at lOalOy.c
Nos 13 to 16 at llall2?o; Nos 16 to 18 at 12>?al3; Noa 19
to 20 at 13)?al4c, and white at 13al4i?c. Porto Rico Re?
fining grades at 9%al0#c; fair to good Grocery loralie,
and prime to choice do llj?al2c. New Orleans Refining
grades 9%al0c; fair to good Grocery loralie; prime to
choice do ll>?al3c, and Clarified 12al2%c. Brazil bags
9%aI0%c; Manifla bags 9.}?a9&c; Havana boxos. No 12,
in bond, 4%a4J?c, net cash, gold; the stock is es ti rated
at 37,830 hhds, 54,653 boxes, and . 106,543 bags. Refined
sugars are fuirly active at 14%al5o for Powdered, Granu?
late d and Crashed; 13>?al4c for Soft Whites, and ll Va
12%c for do Yellows.
TALLOW.-The market ia very quiet, and prices are
nominally in buyers' favor.
WmBKEV.-The market is quiet at 38c for State, and
40c for Western in bond.
Charleston Wholesale Pri?es,
? Corrected and Revised Dally.
BAGGING, ty yard
BALE BOPS, ty lb-Manilla.
BREAD, ty St
BRICES, ty M.
BRAN, ty 100 Sta.
COTTON, ty ft- ft
Ordinary to Good Ordinary..
Middling to Strict Middling.
CANDLES, ty lb-Sperm.
COFFEE, ty rn-Rio.
10 9 -
.12 @ Iff
33 O -
58 & 1.40
30 @ 32
25 ? 35
19 A 20
28 a 30
CORDAGE, ty lb-Manilla.I - ? -
Tarred American. 2G ? 23
CORN MEAL, ty bbl.| 6.00 ? -
COAL, ty ton-Anthracite.ll. 00 ?12.00
COPPER, ty lb-Shoot.1 68 @ 60
Peruvian Guano, ty ton.110.00 @
Pacific Guana, ty 2000 lbs. 75.00 ? -
Baugh's Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mapcs' Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs... 65.00 @ -
FISH- Cod, ty 100 lbs._ 9.00 ?10.00
Herring, ty box. 75 @ 85
Mackerel, No. 1, ty half bbl. 11.00 ?12.00
Mackerel, No. 2, ty half bbl.10.50 ?11.00
Mackerel, Nc. 3, ty bbL. - ? -
Mackerol, N>. I, by kits. 3.25 ? -
No. 2. 3.00 ? -
No. 3. - ? -
?ardines, ty 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes_ 48 ? 50
FLOUR, ty bbl-Super.11.00 ?12.00
Northern and Western Extra.12.50 ?13.00
Baltimore Extra.14.00 ?10.00
Southern Extra.15.00 ?18.00
FRUITS-Prunes, ty lb. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. :. 10 ? 28
? Almonds, soft shell. 35 @ 40
Raisins, M. R., ty box. 4.00 ? 5.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.50 ? 5.50
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons. 4.00 @ 8.00
GLASS, ty box of 50 foot
American, 8x10. 5.50 @ 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.50
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ty bushel. 72K? 74
Western Oats, ty bushel. - ? -
Corn, ty bushel. 1.24 ? 1.3a
Beaus, ty bushel. 2.00 ? 3.00
HAT, ty cwt.-North River. 1.40 ?1.50
Eastern. 1.55 ? 1.60
HILES-Dry, ty lb. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-ty lb. 1.00 ? 1.75
IRON-Refined, ty lb. 07 ? 07 )i
Swede. 09 ? 10
LATHS, ty M. 4.00 @ 4.50
LIME-Sholl, ty bbl. - ? -
South Carolina. 1.50 ? - .
Rockport. 2.00 ? 2.25
Cement. 2.75 ? 3.50
Plaster Paris. 4.00 ? 4.50
LUMBER, ty M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality. 50.00 ?53.00
White Pine, good run. 38.00 ?40.00
.YeUowPine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, ty M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tongued_ 23.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, ty lb. - & -
MOLASSES, ty gallon
Cuba. 40 ? 52
Muscovado. 55 @ 65
Sugar House. 50 ? 1.00
NATAL STORES, ty bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch. - @ -
Rosin, Pale. - ? -
Rosin, No. 1. - ? -
Rosin, No. 2. - ? -
Rosin, No. 3_. - ? -
Spirits Turpentine. I? gallon. 61 ? -
Oakum. % lb.I 10 (<o -
NAILS-American, 4@20d, ty keg.I 7.00 ? 7.75
American Wrought. - @ -
Lathing.I 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, ty lb. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 ? 15
OILS-Lard, ty gallon. 1.80 @ 1.90
Linseed, ty gallon. 1.60 ? 1.65
Sperm, Winter, ty gallon. 3.10 ? 3.15
Cotton Seed, ty gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. L), ty gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, ty dozen. 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, ^ gallon. 70 @ -
Benzine, ty gallon. 60 @ -
PROVISIONS-Boef, mess, ty bbl.16.00 ?30.00
Beef, primo.14.00 ?15.00
Pork, mess. - @ -
Rump. - @ -
Bacon, Hams, ty lb. 18 ? 26
Bacon, Sides. 12 @ 16
Bacon, Shoulders. 12 ? 14
Bacon, Strips. 15 @ 17
Lard, in keg. 15 @ 17
Butter. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 15 ? 54
Potatoes, ty bbl. 2.75 ? 3.00
Onions. 3.00 ? 3.25
Aprlos. 4.00 ? 6.09
PAINTS-White Lead, ty Hs. 12 ? 20
Black Lead. 12 ? 14
Zinc, White. 12 ? 18
PLOW STEEL, ty lb 12 ? -
RICE-Caromi?, ty ?b. 8 ? 8K
East Lidia.,.. - ? -
SLATES-American. $ square.12.50 ? -
SHINGLES, ty M. 7.00 ? 8.00
White Pine, first quality.12.00 @ -
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, ty sack. 2.3TK? 2.80
LiverpooL fine. - @ -
SOAP-Bar. ty fis. ll ? 16 .
STARCH, ty tb. 10 ? 12
SPICES, ty Bs-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ? -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 ? 60
Race Ginger. 30 ? -
SPIRITS, ty gaUon-Alcohol.. 6.00 ?6.00
Brandy, Cognac. 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 ? 6.00
Gin, American.;. 3.50 ?3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 5.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E:. 2.50 ?3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 - @ 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUdAR, ty Bs-Raw. 9 ? 13
Crushed. 18 @ -
Clarified A. 17 ?
Clarified B. - ? -
Clarified C. 16 & ? 17
Loaf.. 18 ? 19
Porto Rice. 13J?'@ 1?
Muscovado. 12 ? 14
SEGARS-Jiomcsiiamanufacture, ty M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, ty Bs-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 @ 2.50
Hyson. 1.50 ? LOOK
- Young Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 @ 1.75
TOBACCO, ty Bs, as per quality. 40 ? 1.50
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-YeUowPine. 6.00 ?18.00
Ash. - ?
Poplar..c. - ? -
Hickory.?.. - ? -
TIN-1C Roofing Plate.'..16.60 @ -
IX Roofing Plate.18.00 ? -
IC Tin Plato', 10x14.17.00 ? -
IX Tin Plate 10x14.19.00 ? -
IC Tin Plate. 14x20. 18.00 ? -
Block Tin, ty fis. 40 ? -
T WINE-Cotton, ty Bs. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp.. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH-Bright, ty ga??n.:. 25 ? -
Paraflne.. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wine, ty gallon._ 60 ? -
Cider. 30 ? -
French. 1.00 ? 1.25
WINE, ty gallon-Port. 2.60 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry..-. 2.25 ?5.00
Claret, ty case. 6.00 ?13.50
Champagne, ty basket.25.00 ?30.GO
ZINC-Sheet, ty Bs. 26 & 27
Consignees per South Carolina. Railroad,
847 bales Cotton, 25 bales Maze, 100 bags Bran, 75 bags
Grain, 15 bbls Crude Turpentine, Furniture, &c. To H
F Baker & Co, JG Milnor St Co, Bart St Wirth, J Camp
sen St Co, D F Fleming, B B Agent, J Walker, E H Rodg?
ers St Co, Z Davis, Adams, Frost & Co. -J H Kalb, W W
Hart, L D DeSaussure, J St J D Kirkpatrick, Thurston &
Holmes, Street Bros & Co, W P Dowling, O Reeder, D D
Utsey, A Robinson St Co, King St Cassidey, A J Salinas, J
R Pringle, E C Miller, J F O'NeilL W C Dukes St Co,
; Mowry St Co, J M Meyer, G H Walter St Co, W?lis St
Chisolm, G A Hopley St Sto, R Mure Ss Co, J Fraser St Co,
G W Williams St Co, A Lengnick, W W Lawson, J H Osten
dorfi, E J Wiss & Co, Mentone tc Co, Pinckney Bros, H L
Jeffers Sc Co, J B E Sloan, Chisolm Bros, W W Smith,
PHASES Of THE MOON.
New M. 7th, Oh. 5m. morn I Full M 21st, 3h/ 14m. evan
First Q. Uth,lin. 23m. eren Last Q. 28th, 2h. 3m. even
PORT OP CHARLESTON.
Bark MaUevIUe, Waite, Portland, Me, ll days. Hay,
Potatoes, and Onions. To W B Brailsford.
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point MUL 90 bbls Bice.
To Cenen, Han ck el St Co.
Behr Elvina, Magrath, Ashepoo. 1500 bushels R Bice.
To J S Schirmer.
Sehr Three Sisters, Christian, Cooper River. 1813
bushels Bough Bice. To Geo H Ingraham.
Sloop Black Bird, JoniceUy, WiUtown. 250 bushels B
Bice? To Geo H Ingraham.
IN THE OFFING.
A barque unknown.
Steamship Lum, Childs, Baltimore-Street Bros. Sc Co.
Ship Nunquam Dormio, Cousins, Liverpool-W B Smith
O.l_f T T _I_/? . i ... Tt?n-1-1- ?<1 T?-V?T>~?
Sehr M W Weaver, Weaver, Wilmington, N C-HF Baker
Sehr Eva Belle, Barrett, Georgetown, S C-H F Baker &
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Buln, Childs, Baltimore.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetler, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah.
Up for this Port.
Sehr E K Vaughan,-, at Boston, Dec 17.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Adele, Hall, ut Baltimore, Dec 19. -
MST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Tho ?amurri, Thompson, sailed.Nov 5
Tho Maria, McKenzie, sailed.Sept 15
Tho Tecumseh, Spinagle, cleared.NOT 17
Tho Paul Maria,-, sailed.Oct 6
Tho Mistress of thc Seas, Pavus, sailed.Oct 1
The Penpoll, Crocker, sailed.Oct 1G
The Fcliina, Dewall, sailed.Oct 18
The City of Rotterdam, Earnshaw, sailed. Oct 22
Bark Mary Belle Roberts, Burnoy, sailed.Deo '5
Bark Toscano, Delano, clearod.Dec 10
Bark Modona, Ryder, up.NOT 15
Brig C B Allon, Pcttoe, cloarod.Nov 27 j
Brig Haze. Hall, cleared.Dec 13 ?
Sehr B K Vaughan,-, up_.*.Doc 17 j
Steamship E B Souder, Lockwood, to leave.Dec 19 |
Ship Nereus, Nichols, cleared.Dec
Brig Abby Watson, -, cleared.Dec 7
Sehr B Caldwell, Mccormack, up.Dec 17
Sehr Mena wa, Disso way, cleared.,.Dec 13
Sehr Paragon, Shute, up.Dec 14
Sehr Kate Mathew, Tapley, up.NOT 29
Sehr Margaret, Tan, up.Doc 1
Sehr Chas Dennis, Hughes, cleared..Dec 6 |
Steumship Adele, Hall, cleared.Dec 19
Steamship Falcon. Rood, up.Dec 13
Sehr Ella & Fish, Willey, up.Dec 18
Sehr E Waterman, Edgell, sailed.Doc 14
Sehr Nellie Tarbox, Pendleton, up.Dec 13
Bark David Nickels, Combs, up_.Nov 27
Sehr Joseph Allon, Kelso, up.Nov 20
Sehr Lovet Peacock, Regan, cleared.Dec 17
Sehr Jonas Sparks, Caruthcrs, up.Dec 12
PORTABLE HAND PO WEE
THE INGERSOLL PRESS STANDS UNRI?
VALLED FOR CONVENIENCE, ECONO?
MY, CHEAPNESS AND RA?
PIDITY OF WORK.
IT CAN BE WORKED WITH TWO OR FOUR HANDS,
AND WILL TURN OUT FROM TWENTY TO
THIRTY BALES, OF FIVE HUNDRED POUNDS EACH,
The Press can be worked either alongside or under the
Ginning Room, and thus be under cover and worked in
all kin tl H of weather. It weighs two thouatuid pounds;
can be very readily broken apart and carried about the
On Exhibition and for sale at
LITTLE & MARSHALL'S
NO. 140 MEETING STREET,
CHAELES?OS, S. C.
ARTIFICIAL LEGS AND ARMS.
DB. BEY'S PA
CIAL LEGS AND
ABMS have all
the ' motions of
the natural limbs
and are pro?
nounced by Sur?
geons and other
to be the BEST
TN THE. WORLD.
I have estab-1
lisheda FERMA- |
TH B CITY, and
Kopo those in
need will consult
their own interest
and nave them
" PROPERLY FITTED ON." Remember, no Artificial I
Leg can flt properly without tb? attendance of the patient
at tile Manufactory, no more than a Glass Eye or a set of
Teeth would. Dr. BL Y has the STATE CONTRACT of
Georgia and Tennessee. Those applying from the above
States will be PROMPTLY SUPP! JED.
For particular*, address ? J. K. GARDNER,
Agent and Manufacturer of Dr. SLY'S PATENT ARTI
STENCIL PLATES EOE MARKING BOXES, BAR?
BELS, Clothing, Cards, Envelope*, &c., cut in the
neatest styles and any design. Business Card Plates cut
lt very low ratos. Name Plates for marking Clothing
crarraated to ploasc. Encourage a Cliarlcstonian. All
jrdcrs loft with S. Lawronce Stein, at Messrs. H. Bischoa
Ss Co., East Bay, will meet with prompt attention.
GEORGE H. STEIN.
November 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
Skilling & Commission Merchants
NO 4 SOUTH ATLANTIC WHARF,
Cl?AUL^?l.?lO?*, S? O,
j. jr. waiTi-.,.?ROUGES. ?A:NE
General Commission Merchant,
?Vlaiiiafactxir.er of Paper,
OP VARIOUS EJNDS,
NO. 137 KEADB STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER IN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
evarv description lor its manufacture.
Uecemwr la fito
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
This Company is now folly prepared to furnish
EQUAL TN QUALITY TO THE BEST BRANDS.
THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PAINS
and invested a large capital in fitting up their fac?
tory, and now ask the American Publie to give
[ their pencils a fair trial.
AU styles and grades are manufactured.
Great care has been bestowed to the manufactur?
ing of superior HEXAGON DRAWING PENCILS,
specially prepared for the uso of Engineers, Ar
?^Wchitecta, Artists, &c.
TBADB MA UK.
A Complete assortment, constantly on hand, is offered
it fair terms to the trade at their wholesale salesroom.
No. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
The Penola are to be had at all principal Stationers and
J9S- ASK FOR AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL \
December 13_too !
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th each month. Scheme, 30,000 tickets-527
prizes. Whole tickets, $16; halves, $8; quarters, $4.
1 Prize of..$60,000 2 Prizes of.$4,500
1 Prize of.$20,000 29 Prizes of.$1,000
1 Prize of.$8,950 63 Prizes of.$500
1 Prize of.$3,000 155 Prizes of.. ;?.$300
220 Prizes of $200.
54 Approximation Prizes amounting to -$13,050.
Combination Lottery draws every day; Tickets from
SI to $10.
Circulera sent?rec. Drawings mailed as soon as the
Lottery is drawn.
Address H. T- PETERS, United Stiles Licensal Agent,
No. JL Busei street, Cu^rieston, S. C., c^Ke..- Box52 t .p.
November JO Siro
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
IMPROVED CAR WHEEL BOXES,
BOLT CUTTERS, '
MACHINISTS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 222 PEARL ST.,
WILLIAM BROOKE ANKS,
STEAM OAS FITTER AND PLUMBER, j
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. 116 KING STREET,
April 6 Between Broad and Queen streets.
COTTON AND CORN FERTILIZER.
DIRECTIONS FOB USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU?
VIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF THE
COST. Barrais 250 pounds each; eight to the toa.
HUNT & SEO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
S. A. LAMBERT,
SOUTHERN AND NORTHERN ORDERS FILLED ON
Office of John P. NewMrk,
No 127 READE-STREET, CORNER HUDSON,
AST Agency f for EXTON'3 PREMIUM TRENTON
CRACKERS. AT orders sent will be promptly attended
to. ._ Cmos_December 18
WILLIS & CHIS0LM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. O.
THE PUBLISHERS SF THE "CHARLESTON DAILY
NEWS" hare great pleasure in ?tating to the publie that
they have coaaaoncod the publication of
THE ATM Ol' THE PUBLISHERS WELL BB X?
THE BEST WEEKLY PAPER PUBLISH- '
BD OT THE SOUTHERN ??UHTRY.
rr WILL CONTAIN: 1
ACCURATE HARKET REPORTS
REARING FOB THE FAMILY CIRCLE
POETRY AND LITERARY MATTES
ABLE EDITORIALS ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE DAT
FT HAS MORE
Than any other Weekly published outside of Hem.
STJBS0BJPTION TERMS-ONLY S3 A TOftB. NC?
SUBSCRIPTION ESGETVED WITHOUT THXOAHFL.
CATHCART, M'MIUAN & MORTON,