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TUESDAY MOIiirCNG, DECEMBER 25, 18GC.
CALENDAR FOR 1867.
The C?isrlo??ai? Cotton Market.
Buyers arc still indisposed to enter tbe market, hold?
ing off to sec the turn that Gold may take ; the demand
ia consequently very light, and the market in favor of the
buyer ; sales about 175 bales, viz. : S at 29 ; id at 31 ; 51
at 3VA ; 57 at 32, and a choice lot of 15 bales at 33J?C. fl
Ss. Thc transactions were generally on tho basis of 32c.
fi Bs. Tor Middling Cotton.
Bnrfeailcics Lamber Market.
[FKO?l OUR OWN COBEESPOKDENT.]
BRIDGETOWN, November 23.-PITCH PIKE LUM?
BER is quito nominal, and dealers supplied for
.-tomo little time ; tale of a cargo from Jackson?
ville on private terms, supposed to be about S24
M. rJ ?ingles of all descriptions saleable. Stocks have
come .'jrward freely, and, in the absence of Staves, have
been tiikeri ct good rates, say S115 to 120 each.
Ilavaiia Market. \
HAVANA, Friday Evening, December 14.-SUGAR
(CL -.YED.)-There is some demand for special qualities
for Spain, for which reason we believe that the first arri?
val of tho new crop will bring good prices. Some 1500
boxes of the same havo come to market, but tho greater
pari- are of low grade. For foreign markets the ox^era
tiou3 have been of small importance, for want of the
grades from Nos. 10 and 13, in good condition, which are
most in request for thc said ports. In sales on the spot
?we note the following :-323 boxes, No. 9, at rials
arrobe; 400 boxes, No. 8 34, at 7% rials arrobe.
Qur stock is now reduced to 32,000 boxts, of which
25,600 are in second hands.
MUSCOVADO'ES.-Nothing has been done for want of
stock, and we must on.it quotations altogether.
MOLASSES.-No sales hav..- been made hore during the
week, and wa have heard of no transactions at the out
FREIGHTS.-There is not much demand for tonnage at
present, either for th? United States or for Europe.
NASHVILLE, December 20.-We havo advices from
Liverpool of a decline of }?? to-day, the closing quota?
tion being 14>?d.
The Now York market opened firm, and prices Vere a
shade better, though notquotably higher. It closed less
buoyant, owing to the European intelligence, but prices
remained unchanged. Sales of the day 2000 bales.
Our market opened brisk at 29!ia29>?,* and up to 3 P.
.M., was fully : as active-as yesterday if not more so.
The decline in Liverpool, however, dampened activity
somewhat, and'the market closed quiet but steady at the
Opening figures- . ? During ?ile fornoon over 60 bales were
sold as high as 30c, while on the other cami several lots
of. inferior changed hands at figures much below the
market. We hear-of one lot of dogtail going off at 16c,
tai paid. . . . j
Receipts and shipments continue liberal. The follow?
ing exhibit gives the transactions of the day:
Received. . Shipped. . Sold. Prices.
. 813 j ; 726 ' 694 27@30c.
*N. B.-These quotations include the 3c Revenue tax,
and a deduction of 3c must be made when the purchaser
assumes the tax.
MOBILE, December 19.-COTTON-There was a good
and general demand at the opening of the market to-day,
at 31c for Middlings. Later in the day, on receipt of the
Liverpool advices, the market became excited. The salee
for the day amounted to 5300 bales. The market closed
firm at 82c for Middlings.
GOLD-The market opened at 138&139 buying and sell?
ing. On receipt of the noon dispatches declined, and
closed at 136>?al37K.
SILVXB-133al36, buying and selling; closed at 132a
EXCHANGE-New York sight irregular, #a}?, New Or?
leans par al-16 prem. Sterling nominal.
Galveston Cotton Statement.
GALVESTON, December 15.
This Year. 1835-66 1860-61
Bales. Bales. Bales.
Stock September 1,'66 . 7,605 13,857 3.16?
Received this week at this
port. 5,042 3,569 4,621
Received previously at this
port. 29,063 61,683 55.76E
deceived at other Texas ports. 5,260 . 6,633 9,20c
Balea Balsa. Bales.
.reat Britain to date. 4,709 14,557 17,184
France. .... ....
Other Continental ports. .... 816
Mexico. .... ....
New Orleans. 5,911 25,798 9,735
Havana. .... ....
Baltimore. .... .....
Philadelphia.. .... ....
New York.10,776 23,244 18,493
Boston. 1,125 7,807
ConBumedby rope factory .... - ....
21,396 64,724 54,834
On hand and shipboard
not cleared...25,574 24,023 18,725
BALTIMORE, December 22.-COFFEE.-Market con tin
nos dull, with prices nominal.
COTTON.-The decline in gold has weakened the mar.
ket, and Middling Uplands are quoted at 32 K to 33c.
FLOUR.-Dullness pervades this market,, and pricei
-were decidedly, weaker, holders being willing to mak<
concessions that they rofused three days ?go, but as nc
sales of importance were reported we do not alter quota
tiens: ? '
Howard-street Super and Cat Extra.. .$11 35 50
Howard-street Shipping Extra. 12 50 ? 13 00
Howard-street retailing. 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
Ohio retailing. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Family.'. 14 50 @ 15 50
Northwestern Super..... 10 60 @ ll 00
Northwestern Extra. 12 00 @ 12 50
City Mills Super. 10 25 & ll 50
City Mills, Standard Ext:a.ll 50 @ 12 75
City Mills Shipping brands Extra.- 15 00 @ 16 00
Baltim'e, Welsh's & Greenfield Family. 17 50 @ 00 00
Baltimore High Grade Ex tia. IS 75 (?) 00 no
Bye Flour, new.. 6 35 @ 6 50
Oom Meal, City Mills. 5 00 (? 00 00
PEOVT IONS-With some light .lobbing demand pricei
continue the same-Bacon Shoulders and Sides, old abc
new, at 12 and 13c. . Hams aro quoted at 15 to 18c Lan:
12>?? to I30- Hefts Pork quiet at $23 fl bbL
SALT-There is a very active demand for Liverpool
both ground alum and fina, but prices are without alter
allon. We quote ground at ?2 15 to 2 20, and fine at $3 ll
to $3 20 per Back. Turk's Island is still selling at 60u pe:
bushel. . . . _
SuoABfl-In despite of the fall in gold holders are no
.openly offering any groat inducements to buyers, andthi
market is consequently very dull.
WHISKEY-WO hear of no sales, but prices are nominal
Weekly Review ot the Philadelphia
PHILADELPHIA, December 21.-CANDLES-Are dull
Adamantine sell in a email way at 22c for 13- oz; 23c. lo
13 oz; 24c for 14 oz, and 25 for hotoL
COM.-The collieries, with but few exceptions, hay
suspended operation-., and trade generally iH very mud
-depressed. No transactions worth noticing have beet
reOosTxn-There is more hero in first hands, and th
market has been extremely quiet. Small sales of Bios
-24aS5J?c, and Java at 36c
COTTON-The market has been Tory dull, bnt prices
are without any material change; about 600 bales sold in
lots at 33%a34o for uplands, and 85aS6c per lb for Kow
Orleans, closing at 34a3Cc por lb.
FEATHERS.-?Small sales of good and primo "Western
within tho range of from 85 a 90c.
FISH-Trade in mackerel has boen vory trifling, and
prices, although without material change, have been in
favor of buyers. Tho sales aro wholly confined lo store
lots at 522 a 23 for store No 1; $19 CO for bay do; 118 for
bay No 2, and SU 60 a 15 for large No 3's. Codfish are
quiet at $6 50.
FRUIT.-Lemons hive been in moderate request at $3
a 3 75 per box. By auction, on Monday, 3550 boxes dam?
aged raisins, layers, sold at SI 90 a 3 40; 1449 do do bunch
at $1 05 a 205; 532 half boxes do layers at *i 17% a 1 50;
and 629 quarter boxes do do at 45 a 60c, cash. Dried ap?
ples soil at from 8% to 10c per lb. In dried peaches we
notice sales of quarters at 14"al6c; mixed at 16 a 17c;
halves at 18al9c, and pared at 30 a 33c,
FLOUR.-There is littlo or no demand for shipment,
but a fair inquiry from the home trade at full prices.
About 9000 bbls sold in lots at prices ranging from *8a
8 75 for superfine; S9al0 50 for extra; Sllal2 75 for low
grape and fancy Northwest extra family; $12al3 50for
Pennsylvania and Ohio family, and $14al6 por bbl for
fancy brands, as to quality. Bye flour is without change ;
400 bbls sold in lots at S7 25 per bbl.
GRAIN-Primo wheat is scarce and in demand at an
advanco, with sales of 5000 bushels good to primo South?
ern red at $3 15a3 25 ; 8000 bushels Pennsylvania do at
S-2 70a3 10, tbo latter ra*o for choice; 2000 bushels New
York amber at $3; 600 bi? s els No 2 spring at 52 55, and
6mall lots of white at i 3 25a3 40 ty bushol, as to quality.
Bye sells at tl 30al 38 ty bushel for Western and Penn?
sylvania. Corn is ia demand at an advance. 40,000
bushels now yellow sold at ?lal 01, in store and in the
cara, and ?1 Ollal 05 afloat; 5000 bushels new white at $la
1 01, and 3000 bushels old yellow at &1 17:;113 ty bushel. ;
Oats aro in fair demand; 20,000 bushels sold at 57a58c ty ?
bushel. The receipts to-day areas follows: 1450 bbls
flour; 3O0O bushels wheat; 5100 bushels corn; 4200 bush?
IRON.-Holders of pis metal arc less firm in their j
views, and there is very littlo demand. Sides of 200 t->ns
No 1 anthracite at $50; No 2 foundry nt S45a4G, and grey :
forge at S43 per ton.' Scotch pig is quiet. Blooms con?
tinue to move slowly. Manufactured iron remains with?
MOLASSES -The market is extremely quiet, and the ;
only salo reported is 50 hhds. Cuba at 50c.
NAVAL STORES-Have been firmer. Sales of common
rosin at $4 50 per bbl; No 2 at S5; No 1 at $5 50a6 50, and
pale at S7a8 50. Tar and pitch'are nominal. Spirits;
turpentine has boen selling in'tanall lots at 73a74c, an ad- i
PROVISIONS-Thc market has boon excessively quiet for
all descriptions, but prices aro unchanged, ?sales of |
Mess Pork at S22a22 50, closing at $22 50; primo mes- at
$20 and prime atS18. Mess Beef remains without change. I
Wo quote extra family city packed at $22a23 50. Beef ]
Hams are lower, and 100 bbls sold at S30a32, mostly at
the former figure. Dressed Hogs are selling at 9a9% cts.
Bacon-The demand continues limited and prices aro :
mostly nominal, falos of pickled Hams atl4al8c; ribbed i
and clear Sides at 13c, and Shoulders at Hal 2c. Green
Meats-The market has been almost ata stand and prices
nominal. Sale of pickled Hams at 12%al3c; Sides at
10"'ic, and Shoulders at 9a9%c. Lard-Trade has again
been excessively dull and prices have a downward ten?
dency. Sales of bbls and tes at 12%al3c for steam and j
kettle rendered, and kegs at 14 cts. Butter-There has ?
been a fair demand for prime roll, but inferior and com?
mon grades aro unsaleable, except at a material conces- j
sion. Sales of roll at 25a3G cts for inferior and choice;
glades dairy at 30a33c; solid packed at 15al7c for com?
mon; lSa22c for iair, and 25a30c for very choice. Cheese I
meets with a limited inquiry at 16al7c for New York fac?
RICE.-Small sales are .making at 9a9%c for Rangoon,
and lOalO?n'c ty lb for Carolina.
SALT.-Prices are unchanged; 11,500 bus Turk's Island
ai ri ved to a dealer, and 2iJ00 sacks of Ashton's fine cold
on private terms.
SEEDS-Are less activo at a decline. Sales at $8 25a !
S9 37% ty 64.1BS. Timothy ranges from $3 25 to $3 75 ty
bus. There is a fair inquiry for flaxseed, and 800 bus
sold at $2 90aS3.
SPIRITS-Brandy and gin move slowly at former rates.
Nev* England rum sells in a small way at S-2 65a2 70.
"Whisk'y is lower and entirely unsettled; 500 bbls, duty |
paid, wero offered at $2 10.
SUGAR.-There has been more doing, and prices are
rather firmer; about 2000 hhds Cuba sold at 10al0%c ty
TALLOW-Continues dull; small sales ar? reported at !
ll%c for city rendered.
TOBACCO.-There is very little doing in either leaf or !
Kew Torie Marlcet.
.- KOOTY MARKET.
The New York Evening JPosi Of Saturday, 22d instant,
Gold has sold down to 132%, and the borrowing rate
ranges from flat to % per cent a day in favor of the len?
der. Foreign exchange is dull at 109.
There appears to be more ease and loss activity in. mo?
ney this morning. Tho rate for loans on call is 7 per
cent on miscellaneous collaterals, and 6 per cent on gov?
ernments with a fair volume of business atJower rates.
Discounts aro dull at 7a9. Very few choice Dills are ma?
king in consequence cf the dullness of trade.
The stock market- is better. Governments ore steady
at the decline, and there is more disposition to invest.
Railroad shares have in part recovered from the heavy
faR which took place after board hours last evening. At
the opening, however, in the street, there was a very de?
pressed feeling, prices being irregular.
For gold this forenoon the following were the leading
quotations: 10:00 133%; 10:30 132%; 10:45 133; 11:00
132%; 11:30 133%; 12:00 133%; 12:30 133%; 1:00133%;
1:30 133%; 2:00 133%.
The dopression of gold and foreign exchange, with the
consequent decline ot five-twenties and derangement of
our foreign trade, have elicited "information from the De?
partment as to whether the Treasury was soUing. A
"Washington semi-official dispatch says that "a denial was
given in all cases. The Secretary claims that he sells
gold only when he wants currency, and that he does not
make a sale merely to reduce the premium on gold. He
prefers obtaining currency in that way to calling on the
national banks." II the sales of gold are made to avoid
caihng on the national banks for tho Government money
they hold, it will be well to inquire in what banks the
largest sums are deposited.
The receipts of gold reported for customs for the week
ending December 15,1866, are as follows compared with
those of the preceding week:
This week. Last week.
New York.$1,471.495.38 $1,620,657.04
Boston. 210,584.41 S32.869.97
Philadelphia. 150,855.19 111,487.72
Baltimore. 97,517.52 127,983.83
New Orleans (Dec 1 to 8)- 202,748.97 75,601.86
Sa i Francisco (Nov 10 to 17) 134,783.09 98,728.10
Of specie to-day the Arago takes out $125,000; the City
of New York and the Bavaria take out none.
The Ocean Queen, from Aspinwall, brings $1,416,492
NEW YORK, December 22.-FLOUR, Ac-The market
j I for Western and State flour is less active,' and prices of
the low and medium grades are 5 a 10o lower.
Tho sales are 2500 bbls at $8 10 a 10 15 for superfine
State; $10 35 a ll 95 for sound extra State; $9 a ll 50 for
the low grades of spring wheat Western extra; $10 SO a 12
for shipping Ohio; S12 50 a 14 for trade and family brands,
and S13 60 a 16 50 for St. Louis extras.
) I Buckwheat flour is lower at $3 20 a 3 75 per 100 lbs.
Canadian flour is dull. Sales of 100 bbls at $13 a 15 for
trade and family brands.
Southern flour is dull and unchanged. Sales of 250 bbls
at $11 20 a 13 50 for common to fair Baltimore and coun?
try extras, and $13 70 a 16 50 for ta"1 de and family brands.
Rye flour is steady. Sales Of 250 bbls at $6 25 a 7 75.
Corn meal is heavy. Sales 300 bbls at 4510 a 6 20 for
Jersey. . ?. . .
GRAIN.-The wheat market ls inactive, holders decline
to make any concession, and the business consequently
is very liibt. We hear only of a sale of 4200 bushels
choice spring (common) at $2 10.
. Barley is inactive and nominally unchanged.
Oats are inactive and heavy. Wo quote fair to good
Chicago, 63a65c; and State 69c.. ;
Rye is inactive.
Corn opened very' much depressed and' easier, but
closed steadier with a moderate . business doing. The
sales are 38,000 bushels Western mixed at ?1 08al 10, in
store, and holders are asking $1 ll afloat; Jersey yellow
at $1 05al 06.
PROVISIONS.-There bas been less activity in pork,
without important change in prices, the market closing
steady. For future delivery we hear of 1000 bbls new
Western mess at $20 81 seller's option February.
The sales, cash and regular, are 3500 bbls st $19 25al9
50foroldmess;$20 37%a20'50~for new mess; $20 75a21
for new Western me?*, and $24 for clear.
Beef ie a trifle more active at former figures. Sales of
250 bbls at $9al2 for. old plain mess; $llal8 for new do;
$12al5 for old extra do, and ?17a2l 50 for new do.
Tierce beef has been in fair demand, closing at about
our figures. The sales of 500 tea at $27a31 for prime
mess; S30a35 for India meas.
Beef hams are in active demand, and choice brands
very firm. Sales of 350 bbls at $30a33 for Western, the
best now held at $35.
Cut meats are rather moro active and firmer. Sales oi
250 packages pickled hams at U%al2c, the inside foi
Bacon is quiet and nominal ?
Dressed hogs axe more plenty and lower. We quote ai
8%a8%o for "Western, and 8%a9%o for city.
Lard is not plenty, and with moderate offerings and
the extreme rates demanded by holders, business is light.
Sales of 250 bbls and tierces at 12al2 ^c for city and old
Western, in small lots. New is held at nigher figures,
11 but quotations are merely nominal. . ?
11 ASHES-The market is steady with a moderate demand,
at $8 50 for pots and $12al2 50 for pearls.
COFFEE-All kinds bave been in moderate demand, and
we have no transactions to revise; prices ara without ma
DI torial change.. :* ' . \
COTTON-The market to-day is dull, heavy and lower.
We quote only nominally at 33%a35c for middling up
lands, "nd do New Orleans and Texas.
HAT-The market is firm and the demand is fair at 95c
aSl for shipping, and $120al 40 for retail lots.
HOP?-Are in good demand and firmer for home con
sumption. We quote at from 20a40a60c, as to growtb
MOLASSES.-The business continues very moderate,
and the transactions are unimportant, embracing only 4!
bbls New Orleans at 80c. By auction' 23 hhds De s erara
at 47c, and 305 bbls New Orleans at 80a88c cash.
t'KTHOi/Etm.--Tho mirkot is dull. We quote crud?
40a47 gr., in bulk 13at3%c; ;do.in bbls 20o.. Refined U(
e j degrees test, light straw to white, 26a27c; prime Ugh
a ! straw to white 29a29%o; do standard white 30%a31c; dc
a ? primo white 31a31%c.
! SUGAR.-Tho market is dull, and pri?es are meminall;
e ; unchanged. The demand has been lair for raw sugars
.t j and pricss arc steady at 8%a9%c for fair to good refining
i Sales of 377 hhds, at 8al0c for Cuba; 10%o for Porto Rico
and 4300 boxes Havana, at lOKalO^c Refined are firm?
er, and softs are in better demand. We quote at 12%al3c
for soft yellows; 13%al4o for do whites, cid 14%al5-- for
TALLOW. -There has been more activity, but at easier
rates, the rr %rkot closing dull. Sales, principally yester?
day afternoui, of 20,000 lbs at $1118*?all 37 J? per 100
WHISKEY.-Tho market is dull and prices are nominal.
NEW YOBK COTTON HACKET.
NEW YORK, December 21-COTTON.-The market was
quiet and prices nominally unchanged, but the tondency
was in favor of the buyer. Sales 1500 bales at 34><a35c. ?
for Middling Uplands, and 35a36c for Mobile and Orleans,
HIESSB3. CHAKttAN & HABMONV'S WEEKLY COTTON |
Since the date of our last weekly circular, our intelli- ;
gence from Liverpool has been of a more favorable char?
acter. The irrr sistible logic of facts and figures is at last
admitted by Lancashire, and the wild estimates so sedu?
lously circulated regarding the present yield of cotton in
this country appear about to receive the quietus we so [
often predicted, they would.
Tho advance, howovor, which has as yet taken pTace
there, is as nothing to what must assuredly follow, if |
Liverpool is to bo a bidder for any fair proportion of our
stocks. Every point of reduction in gold here must be
met wth a corresponding improvement in tho price of
tho staple there, for no longer docs there exist a doubt in
tho minds of tho most sceptical regarding thc shortness
and failure of this year's crop. Receivers arc strone in
this belief, and intend to resisti? thc Inst any and all
efforts which n ay bo used to induce a concession even on
the lots which they reluctantly offer for sale on account
of tho requirements of a needy consignor. No large lines
aro oxposed for sale. Few contracts for future delivery
aro upon tho market, and none at less price than one cent |
per mouth over x>resunt quotations, or about an equiva?
lent for cost of carr ing Cotton, including a fair interest j
for tho outlay of capital.
Ono of thc chief features of tho market during tho j
week was the oxport dpmaud for Good Ordinary and Low |
Middling farades, resulting, in their marked improve?
ments, v.-hilst the better grades were comparatively neg?
lected, consequently our quotations present a closer prox-1
imity in thc relative value of grades than for somo time [
The condition of the gold market to-day has unsettled
thc views and actions of exporters. Holders, however,
aro firm. Tho sales include only 1750 bales, mostly |
made by weak and timid holders. We quote :
N. Orleans !
Uplands. Mobile. and Texas.
Good ordinary.32>Cc 32%o 33'ic
Low middling.34><o S4j?c 34??c
Middling.34%o 35c 35>ic
Good middling.30J<c 37c 38c
Middling fair.38KC 39c 40c
GRAIN-There was no white Wheat offering, and only |
1180 bushels of red ; primo red sold at $3 20 ; if choice had j
offered it would have roalized from 5 to 10 cents moro.
Of Corn the receipts wore moderately large, 18,000 bush?
els white and 9000 bushels of yellow, but prices for white
wore not quite so strong, choice dry selling about 2 cents
below the rates of the past two days; yellow was without
any noticeable change; sales of white were for damp 90 j
cents and upwards; mixed 98 cents; dry, good to prime, 1
il 03 to 1 06; of yellow 11,000 bushels sold at 4.1 to $1 01.
Oats were rather dull; receipts 1170 bushels, nud sales
only 200 bushels at 61 cents, weight. Of Rye 20 bushels
offered, but no sale was reported.
Boston Boot and Shoe Market.
BOSTON, December 19.-The demand continues limited j
to small parcels. There aro but few buyors in town and j
they aro looking up and watching the market, but make
few puri'.haiies, as the season is so near the close for win?
ter goods. Prices have not changed materially, but aro
somewhat nominal in consequence of the dull trade sea?
son. In going through the market we notice there is a
disposition to improve the quality of goods for thc com?
ing season, and the best quality is meeting with more
favor than the poorer grades with tho trado. Total ship?
ments by rail 3751 cases. Total shipments of boots aild j
shoes bp rail and sea for the week 6439 cases.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad s
768 bales Cotton, 13 obis Spirits Turpentine, 55 bbls
Rosin, ll cars Lumber, and Sundries. To G W Wilhams
& Co, J & J D Kirkpatrick, Thurston A? Holmes, E H
Rodgors 4 Co, ? H Walter & Co, F Bischoff, Mr L B
Legare, O Reeder, H L Jeffers k Co, Adams, Frost St Co,
G A Hapley k Co, Railroad Agent, J Fraser k Co, Willis j
k Chisolm, E J Wiss Je Co, Hunt k Bro, W W Smith, F j
Warley, J B E Sloan, J R Smith, J W Caldwell & Sons,
Courtenay k Trenholm, B F Simmons, and Ebaugh Sc
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via Beau- j
fort and Hilton Head-W W Davis, A C Gaisid, Mrs H 1
Williams, Jr. E A Willie, L Litchfield, J L Lott, H L
Barkley, A B Wingard and lady, 8 Schuman and lady, J
Mott, R S Bennet, S Harris and lady, Miss E Bistrop, J J
Ward, and 55 on deck.
PHASES OP THE MOON.
New M. 7th, Oh. 5m. morn 1 Full M. 21st, Sh. 14m. evan
First Q. 14th,llh. 23m. even Last Q. 28th, 2h. 3m. even
PORT OF CHA.R.LESTQH.
Arrived Sunday. '.
Sehr Odd Fallow, Wakefer, Bull Creek. " 120,000 Shingles.
To J A Enslow k Co.
Sloop Emily, Thompson, Wandoo. 93 bbl? Rosin and 21
bbls Spirits Turpentine. To J A Enslow St Co.
British sehr Gertrude, Munro, Harbor Island (Baha?
mas), 3 days. Fruit. To A Canale.
Sehr Menewa, Dissoway, New York, 5 days. Hay and
Paving Stone. To W Roach, King k Gibbon, and P
Sehr A S Deas, from. West Point Mill. 60 bbls Rice.
To W C Bee & Co, and J R Pringle.
Steamer Eliza Hancox, Richardson, Savannah, via
Beaufort and Hilton Head. 54 bales S I Cotton, and
Mdze. To Ferguson k Holmes, Hopkins, McPherson k
Co, G H Ingraham, W Lebby, Porcher k Henry, R S
Bennet, J A Enslow k Co, A Canale, and Michael & B.
Sloop Exchange, from Pon Pon. 1560 bushels Rough
Rice. To J A Enslow k Co, and Clifford k Matthewes.
Brig John Peirce, S trout, Matanzas-S A Enslow k Co.
Cleared Xor this Port.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowd!, at New York, Dec 22.
Brig Chebucto, Kennedy, at Halifax (N S), Dec 10.
Consignees per brig Haze, from Boston-vessel to J A
Enslow k Co; cargo to Bart k Wirth, B White, E R Cow
perfhwait, D H Silcox, South Carolina Railroad Agent,
Mackey & Baker, W G Whilden k Co, W B Stanley, P P
Locke, and C Graveley. ,
The following parties are consignees per bark Toscano,
from Boston: Street Bros k Co, John Commins, Mackey
k Baker, Order, C Graveley, Railroad Agent, R White, E
R Cowperth wait, D H Silcox.
.MST OF VESSELS
OP. CLEARED AND SABLED FOR THX3 PORT.
The Yumurri, Thompson, sailed.Nov 5
The Maria, McKenzie, sailed.Sept 16
The Tecumseh, Spinagle, cleared..Nov 17
HALIFAX, N. S.
Brig Cuebucto. Kennedy, cleared.. ,D?o 10
ThaPaulM'-r,.!, -, sailed.Oe* 6
The Mistress of the Seas, Pavns, sailed.Oct 1
Tho Penpeli, Crocker, sailed.Oat 16
The FeHlna, Dewai!, sailed.Oct 18
The City of Rotterdam, Earnshaw, sailed. Oct 22
Bark Mary Bello Boborts, Burney, Bailed..Das 5
Brig Anna D Torrey, --, up.>.Dee 17
Sehr R K Vaughan,-, up.Dee 17
, NEW YORK.
Steamship saragossa, Crowell, cleared.Dec 22
Brig Abby Watson; --, cleared.Deo 7
Sehr R Caldwell, Mccormack, up.Dec 17
Sehr Paragon, Shute, up.Dee 14
Sehr Kate Mathew, Tapley, up.Nov 29
Sehr Margaret, Tan, up_..Dee 1
Sehr Louis F Smith, Cienfereos, cleared. .Dee 20
Bohr Richard Vaud, Powell, doared...Dee 19
Steamship Adele, Hall, cleared.Dec 19
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Bailed....Doc 22
Sehr Ella k Fish, Willey, up.Dec 18
Sehr EWaterman, Edgell, sailed.......Dec 14
Bohr Nellie Tarbox, Pendleton, up...Dec 13
Bark David Nickels, Combs, ap..... .Nov 37
Bohr Joseph Allen, Kelso, up.Nov 20
bohr Jonas Sparks, Carnthers, up.Dec 13
Sehr John Crockford, Jones, cleared.....Deo 12
General Commission Merchant,
Maniifactu-rei" of Paper,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
ITO. 1 ? 7 READE STREET,
Corner Hudson Street, New York.
DEALER EN PAPER AND IN MATERIALS OF
every description lor its manufacture.
December IS Gino
TBE BEST TONIC NOW IN WI
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
This Company is now fully prepared to furnish
EQUAL IN QUALITY TO THE BEST BRANDS.
THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PATNS
and invested a largo capital in fitting up their fac?
tory, and now ask the American Public to give
j their pencils a fair trial.
All styles and grades are manufactured.
Great care has been bestowed to the manufactur?
ing of superior HEX^VGON DRAWING PENCILS,
i specially prepared for thc uso of Engineers, Ar?
chitects, Artists, ic.
ra ADE MASK.
A Complete assortment, constantly on hand, is offered
at Lir terms to thc trade at their wholesale salesroom,
No. 3i JOHN ST .EET, NEW YORK.
The Pencils are to be had at all principal Stationers and
J86?7" ASK FOR AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL
December 13 Cmo
Havana Plan Kentucky State Lottery
HURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGEES.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH ^ND
80th each month. Scheme, 30,000 tickets-?27
prizes. Whole tiokets, $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.$3,950 63 Prizes of.S500
1 Prize of.$8,000 155 Prizes of..$300
220 Prizes of $200.
54 Approximation Prizes amounting to $13,050.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
Circuir rs sentiree. Drawings mailed as soon as the
Lottery is drawn.
Address H.T. PETERS, United Stiles Licenjal Agent,
No. Jt H. isa i screet, C?u-riestoa, S. C., c*Ke;- Box 52. i .'.
November IQ imo
?MT BOOK M1N?FACTORY.
SUCH AS RECORDS FOR PUBLIC OFFICES,
Ledgers, Journals, Cash Books, Day Books, kc, con?
stantly on hand, and made to order, and with any de?
scription of Ruling. None but the best workmen em?
ployed, and the best materials used.
A practical experience of twenty years in the above
line, and with facilities unsurpassed, enable meto war?
BOOK BINDING AND JOB PRINTING
In all its branches, with new type, new presses, and
advantages not excelled in this city. Lawyer's Blanks,
'JStles, Bonds, Mortgages, &c kc, on hand and printed
to order. tuthslyr December 1+
FOR THE BOMBAYS!
LIX VARIETIES OF GOODS WANTED FOR THE
HOLIDAYS WILL BE FOUND AT
No. 93 MABKET-ST.
TOTS, CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
RICE THINGS POR THE HOUSEHOLD ,
EVERYTHING THAT'S NICE
m. 93 MARKET-STREET.
(MISTMiS PRESENTS. ~
rTTHOSE WISHING TO MAKE PRESENTS WELL DO
X well to call and examino my goods, as I will sell low
to meet the times, and all goods guaranteed.
MEERSCHAUM and IMITATION, FANCY BRIAR,
PLAIN, and all other kind of PIPES, latest style. 8E
GAR-HOLDERS, SEGAR CASES, and a great variety be?
longing to the trade. Imported and domestic SEGARS,
put up in 50 and 100 boxes. At
CHEAP SEGAR STORE, No. 392 KING,
A few doors above George street.
WILBUR & SON,
OFFICE AND SALES ROOMS,
.Hos. 13 an? 19 Stitt* street and" Nos. 1 and 3
?Jhalmers street, .
CHARLESTON, B. C
FOR COOPER RIVER,
EASTERN AMD WESTERN BRANCH, CO?
MUN GTEE, W?DDLEBDEG, AND WAY
CAPTAIN D. BOYLE,
WELL HAVE PROMPT DISPATCH AS ABOVE.
For Freight er Passage, apply to
CHAS. L. GUILLT*AUME,
Corner East Bay and Atlantic Wharf.
VIA SAVANNAH, ?? R JJ K S W I C K, ST.
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. -JOHN'S RIVER AS
FAR AS FALATKA.
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WELL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely.
A3"Freight received daily and stored free of ebarge.
For Freight or Passago apply on board, or at the ot
?ceof JOHN MAHONEY, Jit., 48 East Bay,
November 13 Above Craig, Tuomey & Co's.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAXD, WAVERLY
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON THE WAC
CAMAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt. ISAAC DAVIS
WELL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored free of charge.
For Freight and Passage, at>ply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agente,
November 3 Accommodation Wharf.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MoNrxTT.
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. RICHARDSON.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes?
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday and
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
The ELIZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri?
The Pilot Boy will touch at Bluffton on her Monday
trip from Charleston, and her Wednesday trip from Sa?
Freight received daily and stored free of eharge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
_CLAGHORN is CONINGHAM, Agenta ,
N. B.-The Steamers of this Line connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamers._November 2
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID LEON STEAMER
CAPT. CHAS. McGAREY,
"VOILV?ILNr 17 JEDER,
CAPT. W. T. GARRISSON.
fTTHE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RUN
I regularly between Charleston and Camden; the
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
the "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camden.
Freight for all landings on the Santee and Wateree
Rivers will be received at all times, and stored free of
charge at No. ll Exchange street. All freight shipped
by this line is covered by insurance.
For further information or freight engagements, apply
to the undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
. Exchange street, Charleston,
BROCK 4 BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL. Camden.
6E0. J. MELS, LACY & CO.,
Thirteenth and Chesnnt Streets,
We have a suit of
And Furnished Complete as
PARLORS AND CHAMBERS.
Purchasers can see how a suit of Furniture will appear
in their house, and can from these rooms make a better
selection than they .can from furniture promiscuously
--.heed in Urse w*recooms. 2moa Novsmber 2*
W. G. COURTNEY & CO..
CHARLESTON, S. C
Have removed their office from No. 35 Hayne-st. to
No. 9 BOYCE'S WHARF.
Decembers '. niwiTmo
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
People's Steamship Company.
CAPP AIN Ii. W. LOCKWOOD,
"TjrriLE LEAVE NORTH ATEA NTIC WHARF O?
Vf Wednesday. Doeotubcr 20, at Fivo o'clock P. M.
Lino composed of Steamers ".MONERA" and "EMILY
E. SOUDEE." WILLIS it OHLSOLM, Agents,
December 24 mtuw North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEV/ iOBE.
WILL LEAVE ADGER'S SOUTH WHARF ON SAT?
URDAY. December 29, at - o'clock.
December 24 RAVEN EL & CO.," Agents.
FOB S A. V\A. IST JN'A.BL".
1000 TOWS BUK.T?IKK,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTER,
\T7TLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANIJLC WHARF EVER?
Vt FRIDAY NIORT, at lu o'clock, for this port.
For Frehjhtor Passage, aiiplv ou board, or to office of
J. D. AIKEN ic CO., Agents,
Vn?^>N?r 1 S uth Atlantic Wharf.
FOB PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL ?THE
LANDINGS OK THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
S AY ANN AH, GA.,
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER. .
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
SHEP will sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf, every
Friday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above places.
An freight must bo paid here by shippers.
Gangs of egroes w ll ba t ken to the abore points on
the St. John's River at ?C each. Chil ir n under ten
years of age freo. Horses and Mules at reduced rates,
fl^-Country papers advertising "the DICTATOR" win
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to the
Agency, S nth Atla tic .. u n-. Dec rober 12
NATIONAL STEAM NAVIGATION
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YORK
THE SPLENDID FTEST-CLASS IRON STEAMSHIPS
of this line leave New York every Saturday, from
Pier No. 47 North River.
Ship. Tons. Commander.
FRANCE. . .3,200.(building).
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge.
Steerage Passage Tickets to bring persons from Liver?
pool or Queenstown for i35, currency, can be obtained at
Through passage to Paris, London, Antwerp, Ham?
burg, Bremen, -fcc., at low rates.
BATES OF PASSAGE, PAYABLE IN CTJUSENCT?: ;
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 $30.
For freight or passage, apply to
STREET BROTHERS & CO..
Kentember 1 tut-'?.".-? -r "pptBiv.
PASSAGE REDUCED 1
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FKOM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SALLE?G EVERY WEEK. ALSO
- SPLENDID MATT, STEAMERS, '
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
j^Grcat Reduction in Fare to
CALTPOBNTA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland at the very lowest rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have their
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on them.
For Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 527 King street, iiharleston, B. v.
February 27 lvr
JACOB G. RENTIERS,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF LUMBER, TIM?
BER and WOOD, to be found at Offloo cf STEIN
MEYER & SON, Factors, foot Bcaufain street, respect?
fully offers his services to tho publio in above capacity.
Captain MEDICUS RICKEN BACHER, of Orangeburg,
will be happy to see bis friends at above Office.
49-The Barnwell Sentinel and Edgefield Advertiser
please publish twice.
December 4_._._tn tba
?OM STEAM ME CO.,
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
v . IMPROVED CAR WHEEL BOXES,
MACHIS1STS' TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTION
Works at "Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WARERO0M, No. 223 PEARL ST.,
Pen?* ?18 ?a?