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FRIDAY MOBNLNG, JANUAKt 18, 18G7.
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Tlie poem bolow, whiob. wc,? first published in tho
Knickerbocker Mn gazinu, is mado ap of si 'gie linos
from twonty-ilve English ?nd AmorKan potts, bc
finning with Longfellow and ending with Byron,
t would toko some timo to allix each writer** name
to hin Iii.o or lines, though tho majority are, of
course, weil known r
-"Pearls at random strung.
By future poets shill be .ung."
The nient bss come, but not too soon;
Westward tho course of empire takes lt way;
Y* banks and braes of bonnie Boon!
Blue spirits und wbllo, black spirits and gray.
Booked tn th* eradlo of th? doep.
Old Casper's work uss dons;
Piping on hollow road* to his pent sheep,
Charge, Chostor charge ! On Stanley, on 1
There was a sound of revelry by night,
On Linden when tbc son was low;
A voice replied far np tho hight,
TaU oaks from little acorns grow.
What If a little rain shqpld say,
I have not loved the world, nor th* world me:
Ahl well a dayl
Woodman, spare that tree 1
My heart leaps up with joy to sse
A primrose by the voter's brim:
Zsocheus he did climb thc tree;
Few of our youth could cope with him.
The prayer of Ajax wu for light,
The light that never was on sea or shore.
Pudding and beef make Britons fight
Hover moro I
Voder a spreading chMtnut tree.
Tor hours tho crt'her sat,
I and my Annabel Le- ;
A man's a man for t' that.
Truth crushed to earth shall rise again.
And waste its sweetness on tho desert slr.
Ia thuudor, lightning, or In rain,
Nona but the bravo deserve tho fair. <
Tell me not In lupniaful numbers.
The child is father of the man ;
Bush, my dear. Lie still sud slumber.
They can conquer who believe they can.
A change came o'er Um spirit of my dream;
Whatever is. is rlglit;
And things are not what they seem;
My native land good night I . -
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V? SBTPMBNT (to Foreign and Domestic Ports) of
OCTTON, RICE. LUMBER AtfD-NAVAL STORES.
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?TVJS1ISBUI- 0OIUrt*S".r o? band st the iowiatmsr
^r*? ?olyr Jun? 29
exporta for the Week ending TixaraAm-f
.1VERPOOL-Per ship Amelia-ISO balee 8 I and 1827
balee Upland Cotton, .21 bbl? Rosin.Pur bark
Union Sands=a.2 balee S 1 and 1635 bales Upland
3ARCELONA-Per Spanish pol Virg?nea-158 barrels
Spirit? Turpentine. 64 bbla Tar, 318 bbl? Rosin, 4
balos Upland Colton, 2-5, etti Stave*.
B08T0N-Per brig Lizzie SI Mi rrill-25 Uercos Rice, 228
balee Upland cotton, aa bois Spirits 'lurpentlue, 58,
358 feet Lumber, 88.7'JO feet limbor, 141 casks Clay,
26 packages..Per adir Ralph Carleton-97 balos
Upland uottoii, 8:,000 feet Lumber, 23 bales Rags,
Ac, lot' tons old Iron, 5 Psct-ijca.
KEW YORK-Per ?teuuiaidp Delaware-C9 tiorcos Rice,
43 bale* S I Colton. 23i bali? Upland Colton, 71 bales
Cotton Wast.-, and sundries_Per stesmshin Sara?
gossa-171 ti urces Rio , 123 bulos 3 1 sud 359 bu os
Upland Cotton, 8S ba'es Yarn and Domestics. 3 bales
Wool, and 151 packages-Per steamship Monekii
115 ?erccs Ric?, 47 bales S I Cotton. 356 bales Up?
land Cotton, 81 bales Yarn. 166 packages Sundries.
_Per sehr Chas Donnls-?6,09* foot iel ow
Piuc Lurntor, 100 balos Upland Cotton. 22 bolus Sea
Island Cotton. 322 bbls Spirits TnrpenUue, 30 boxes
Starch. 18 empty Carboys, 160 empty Ale Barrels, 14
casks Clay, 3 largo Ouns. . ,
PHILADELPHIA-Por steamship Whirlwind-il bales
Cotton, 8 bales Rags. 4U tons Iron and Metal, 100
Empty Casks, 50 packages Mdz-.Per brig Jaui-s
Baker-1? bales Cotton. 20 Factages Mdse, 230 tons
Iron. 250 Empty Barrels. ?,. _ _
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-1 -8 halos 8 I and
237 boles Upland Cotton, i bales Wool, 168 Packages.
TUB CHARLESTON MAJtKET.
[ron THE wraut ENDINO THTJOSDAT, JTANUAM 17, 1867.J
COTTON._Holdors of the staple hare exhibited much
firmness during the week, and In consequence of the un?
satisfactory condition of prices, haTo, in many instances,
either declined to sell at th? geing rates, or only to offer
In very limited amounts, to satis fy pressing demands.
This state of affairs has rendered it dlftlcult for buyers
to operan?, and tho business of tho week has boen much
lessened in consequence. .Tho receipts of the week show
a slight increase, being C179 bales, against 4697 the week
before. The character of the week's business will bc
seen by th? following report:
On Friday the market opened quiet and easier, pri?es,
in most cases, being about a half cent down, with sales
of 300 bales. Low Middling being quoted at 31>i@32,
Middling 32>??33. and Strict Middling 33Kc.
On Saturday there was but a limited demand, the
transactions amounting to 200 balos, at tho rates of tho
On Monday there was a fair demand, buyers toking
about 400 balos, prices remaining unchanged.
Cu Tuesday sellers were offering bttt very limited
sticks, and although there was a disposition to easier
I rates, buyers were generally compelled to pay about
previous quotations ; soles about 200 bales.
On Wednesday, duriug the first part of the day, the
market was flat and inactive, but later s good demand
j prevailed ; salas about 410 bales, quotations continuing
Yesterday the market was stiff, and advanced a half
cent fi lb.; unies about 250 balos, viz.: 1 at 20 ; 4 at 25 ;
3 at 28; lat 29 ; 27 at 30 ; 16 at 30 ; 6 at SI ; 18 nt 31",- ;
87 at 32 ; 16 at 32>? ; 27 at 82}. ; 71 st 38 ; 2 at 33X. and
15 at 33X- We quote :
ibu IsjLjuiD COTTON.-Our market, for Sea Islands
still continues active. and within the last few days a bet?
ter feeling existed, and prices on select brands have
shown an Improvement at 3 to 4 cents. We have one
feature to noto in the present crop, and that is. tho light
weight of the bags, which will show a groat deficit from
former yaars, and win tend greatly to reduce the even
low estimate now made of tho crop. The sales of the
week have been soar 600 bolos. Wo quote Common -?2@
70; Medium 75?90; Fine SI?1.40. Floridas are soiling
S.IiVd. UpVd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept 1.18GC.. 235 5,300 _
Received from Jan. 10, "07, to Jan. 16,
'67... 618 8.561 191
Received previously. 5,051 71,656 4,906
Total Receipts. 5,904 82,517 5,097
EXPOBTS. S.Td. Dp'd. Biet.
From Jan. ll to
17, '67. 595 5,192 380
Previously. 4,275 53,381 4,158
4,870 63,653 4,538
Tots! exports.4,870 68,553 4,588
Stock oa hand and on shipboard_ 1,034 18,964 559
SA 1(X TIME T.tRT TS lit
& rid. Uprd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,18CS. 362 1.G10 100
RecciptarromJanlltol7. '66. 118 545 75
Received previously. 2,386 4C.041 1,323
Total Receipts.2,861 47,196 1,498
Expo BTE. & rd. Up'd. Rice.
From Jan 12 to
18, '66. 440 6,962 34
Previously...... 2,332 37,512 1,686
2,772 44,484 1,<20 -fe*
Total Exports. 2,772 ?4,484 1,420
Stock on hand and on shipboard_ 89 2,732 78
RICE.-The receipts have been limited, having been
some 6000 bushels of Carolina Rough Rice, and 77 tes. of
clean, from Georgetown, S. C. Thon? has been a good
demand, and prices have advanced about l@lXc V lb
during tho week. We noto sales of 120 tes. ul SX ; 62 do.
at 8 13-16; 54 ot PK; TO at and 60 tes. yesterday at
95? cents i?j? lb., the market cloping firm, with a light
NAVAL STORES.-Tho supply in tho interior being
nearly exhausted, the receipts have been almost nomi?
nal, and we have no solos to report.
HAY.-There have been no arrivals since our last re?
port, and holders hero arc qm te firm at ?1 60@1 70 for
j North River. We loom of a sale of about 700 bales North
River at $1 65 per hundred. There is no Eastern on the
CORN.-Tho arrival? of the week have been large, say
about50,000 bushels. We learn of sales of 1500 bushels
in bulk, weight, at tl 26 per bushel, and 1000 bushels do.
do. at SI 25 per bushel-holders generally dispos? g of
meir stock m limitad lots. We quote for Maryland White
SI 24 to 1 26 per bushel, bulk, weight, and SI 33 to 135 in
OATS.-The receipts bave boen about 4000 bushels.
Th?ro has been a sale of 1G00 bushels, in bulk, ot 75c 9
bushol, weight Some 400 bushels in bags were sold at
87c 9 bushel, bogs Included. Vis quote, in bulk, 75c fl
bushel, weight: and in baxrs, 87o. Cl bii?h*?.
FLOUR.-There continuos to be a fair city and country
demand at about previous quotations, viz: Northern and
Western Super at S12al2 60 ? bbb; Extra do. at $13 25a
$13 50 ? bbl.; Baltimore Super at.$13*13 60 ? bbl., and
Extra do. at $14al6 V bbl. Family brands ore selling at
$?7a?8 9 bbl.
BACON.-The stock of Sides is light, and there has
been a good demand for this description of meat, and wo
nota the market firm at about previous rates, say-for
prime Ribbed Sides 33@13>J cents 9 th.; clear Ribbed
Sides 14 cents 9 lb., and clear Sides 15 cents ?S lb.
Shoulders are less active, and wo quote 12>??12X cents
^ lb. for prime.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-A cargo of Louisiana Sugar
and Molasses has been received by Masar*. TurpEB A
SONS and MORDECAI A Co., from Kow Orleans, being the
first since the war. Apart of tho Sugar has been sold at
11X?. for brown, 12%c for yellow, and 18J?C 9 lb. for
white. About ISO bbl*, of New Orleans Molasses waa
disposed of at 75c.@82c. ip gallon. Some 600 boxes of
Havana Sugar, Nos. 12 and 15, was sold by Messrs. ESS
LOW A Co. atlOX@10Xc. # Bs.
SALT.-There hos been on arrival of about 4000. sacks
direct from Liverpool. There is a limits local and
country demand, which holders are supplying at $2 to
9 sack for Common Liverpool, y
BAGGING AND ROPE.-Gunny Cloth ls extremely
duli and nominal, and we quota from 2S@80c fi yard.
BOPS-There 1? but little inquiry for this article;
Prime Hemp may be quoted at 20c ?* lb., and Jute 12>i o.
TIMBER AND LUMBER_There is some in cress? In
the supply of Timber, but the stock; is still limited, with
only a light demand. We renew our rates, say for Com?
mon Timber $4@$5'?> M; for M1U Timber $7(3810, and
Shipping Timber $12@$15 9 M. Baft Lumber ls selling
at $12@$15 %i M; City Steam Sawed is held st $20@$30
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool X&. tar Upland and ld. for
Sea Island Cotton. To Havre nominal. To the West
Indies nothing doing. Coastwise-To New York, by
steam, 1 cent $ tb: on Upland, IX cent fi tts. on Sea Island
Cotton; $2 9 tierce on Bice; 50 cents $ bbl on Rosin ; by
sail x cent f, ttl. on Upland Cotton. To Boston, by
'tesas, 1 cent ? ?O? Upland Cotton; X cent *A lb. by
iou. To Philadelphia % cont * lb. on Upland Cotton,
by steam, and->i centJ? tt?..byj?vU.- To Baltimore-Tho
steamers take (Totten for Liverpool, ta bo reshipped by
steam through at New York steamer's rates; on Lumber,
by sail, $7 50?$8 fl M.
EXCHANGE. -Sterling Bills-The ?te yesterday was
unsettled, bat may be quoted st 644@647 te the pound
iterBng for 60 days' bills.
DOMESTIC EXCUAFOE.-The banks are purchasing Sight
Checks on New York at }i per cent, off; one to five days,
Siper cent, off; five to ten days, 1 per cont off; fifteen
lays, IX per cent, off; twenty days, ly par;cent, off;
twonty-flvo d iys.lX.per cent, off; thirty days, 3 per cent
iff. They soil Sight Drafts on Kew 1 otk at par.
GOLD.-Toe brokers were yesterday buying at- 3. ?nd
sailing at 38.
Aagutta Mair Stet.
AUGUSTA, January 16.-Gold buying ot 135 and seffitur
it 137. SUver st 128 and selling at 132. Excbango vi
>ar. Nothing doing in stocks or bonds.
Corrow-Market very quiet and prices drooping, trans?
ie tiona limited and offering stock very light-we refer to
lie actual sales as the only correct quotations. Soles of
10 day foot up 1? bales, as follows, viz: 1 at 2*>t; l at
J6;13at27; 13at28; 1 at 27X; 17 at SO; 8at8l;llat
tlX; 66 at 82, and 17 at 32X bents. : Tho receipts are 341
Mles. - .
MONTGOMERY, January 13-COTTON.-We hare no
ihonge to note in our market. Transactions were Uni?
ted yesterday ot 2(!o27?c. purahasor pny.ng tax.
WEEKLY COTTON STATEMENT.
Kock September 1st.bales 3901
teceived psst week.;.1801 -
teceived previously.30,086 -430,687
, Total........ .. 33,678
.xported past week. 1928
Total stock January 13,1887. 18,490
MOBILE, January IA-COTTON-There bas bees a fair
id pretty general demand to-day, but with buyers tik?
is only emoU lots. The market opsnod at 31 >tc for Mid
ling, at which figuro the generality of tho sales wero
ade, but towards the closo buyers demanded a further
incseslon from Saturday's rates, and sales ware mod i
low as 31o for Middling. Ssl?, reached 1250 baleo, tho
aikst closing dull at SlaSlXc
New OrIcn.no Ma.rlc.ct.
NEW ORLEANS. January IX-COTTON.-Tho markot
p..ned iiiis wuf ?l??5 under thc 7* " c -il1---.-:" - -s that pre
ailod yesterday, and contlnuod quiet from the opening
> tho closo. In tho carly port of the day the view? of
olden were quite Urra, bur after the recoipt of tho noon
ispuichc? rcoortlng incrc-s-ed dull noun at liverpool,
lost of them modi dod their Claim?, whilo tho majority
f buyers uhowod little dlsposiU n to operate at any tune
f tli? duy, p eferring to await tho effect of further deval
pment? Under tliouo circumstance? the salo? wore light.
mounting, nt the close, to barely 3000 bale?, takou by
Iltoon brokors, at prices Indicating a falling off _c-f Mc
irr pound a? to the higher descriptions. Referring to
he above remarks wo now quote a? follows: Ordinary,
8u29c; Good Ordinary. 80o30'4c; Low huddling, 31a
aji?; Middling tsaati'ac.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
?tock on hand September 1st, 1866....-bales-102,083
deceived tc-day................... ? ..... 2,303
Stock on hand........ ' 209,169
The clearances compris? 2U78 bales for New Tork: 142
or Vera Cruz; 7387 for Liverpool; 1800 for Boston; 622
or Providence, and 657 for Philadelphia.
SuoAjt AJO> MOLASSES-The receipts ore small and are
.-onllned, since yesterday, to lOOhhds Sugar, 281 bblsand
104 half bbl? Molasses. Tho demand continue? good,
specially for Sugar, and price?. whi.-h ore already very
fuU, . re ruling moro in favor of sellers. The sales to-day
comprised 860 hilde Sugar, 400 bblB and 104 half bbls
Molasses, embracing all tua supplies in first -hands, at the
following prices: Sugar-Inferior 8a8%o "p lb; common
JaUSic; fair loralie; fully fair HXallJi; prime Mc;
choice 12>(,c; ?oconds lO'?alo?* ; yellow clarified 12>?al3c;
white 13??al4c. Molasses-Common 59a60c; lair 63c;
primo 68a70c; choice 72c per Eal. 10* half bbls prii e
Molasses sold at 77a78c por gal.
WU m in pto ri Maraket.
WILMINGTON, January 16.-TtrRpairrrtTE.-Market I
steady and prices unchanged. Sales Of 238 bbls at 14 50
for yellow dip, and *2 26 for bard, per 280 I. s.
Sprnrrs TURPESTISB:-Has declined ono cent, and 17
bbls changed hands at 62 cents per gallon.
EOSLN._Market quiet. No sales reported In either j
No receipts or Ralos of Tar.
COTTON.-Market steady. Sales, of 26 bales at SO cents
for low middling, sud MlJi cents for middling.
Tum EH--Two rafts inferior sold at ?C pox M.
BALTIMORE, January 14.-COTTON-We notice a dull
and inactive markot, but prices without any quotable
change, viz: 33>ia34c for Middling Upland.
Correa-Tno market is firm but not active; Rio car?
goes held at 12al2>ic gold, lu bond. "We have only to re?
port nales of 100 bags nt 16c, and 100 do at 17al8c, tho
latter for prime.
i no un_Ia very dull, but little inquiry and no sales re?
ported to-day on 'Change, and in the absence of transac?
tions we quote prices nominal as boiore, viz:
Howard-street super nnd Cut Extra.. .?ll 00 @$11 50
H ow ard-street Snipping Extra. 12 50 <? 13 00
Howard-street High Grades. IS 00 ra 14 80
Howard-street Family..16 50 & 16 00
Ohio Buller and Out Extra. 10 75 ?S ll 15
Ohio Extra Sldpplng.A..00.00 ? 00 00
Ohio retailing. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Family.-.. 16 00 @ IS 60
Northwestern Super. 10 60 fg; ll 25
Northwestern Extra.ll 75 @ 12 75
City Mills Super. 10 60 @ 12 00
City MiUs, Standard Extra.:.ll 75 @ 12 75
City Mills Shipping brands Extra. 15 00 (a> 16 00
Balttm'o. Welsh's st Greonflold Faro fly. 17.50 @ 00 00
Baltimore High Grado Extra. 16 75 @ 00 00
Byo flour, new. 6 25 & ? 75
Com Moah City Min......... 5 00 ? 00.'00.
GRAIN-Wheat-No white, and only 450 bushels rod
offered; nothing sold. Corn-3000 bushels white and
10,000 bushels jollow received: demand good and prices
steady; included in tbe soles were 1500 bus good to primo
white at SI 87al 10; 400 bus damp at SI 04; 3000 bus yel?
low at $1 04al 05 for cood to prime lots; 800 hus damp
at il 01, and 850 bus WeBtcrn mixed at ?1. Osts-6500
bus offered ; domand bettor, and prices la2c higher, with
s les or 4000 bus at 60a62 eta 'S bus. No Rye received or
Hoos-Wo quote dressed at ?8a8 60 SP 100 lbs, packers
buying at the iuaide price.
MOLASSES-Ko sales; stock in first hands small, and
offers but little inducement to buyers.
PROVISIONS.-Our market is quite* bare or tho hog pro
duct, though receipts from the West ls daily looked for;
' tho demand ia light and confined chiefly to bacon. We
qno.e prices, viz: For old clear rib sidos 12Kal3c; new
sides 13c: doribl'iKc; shoulders Hallie; bulk shoul?
ders 8*?;c; do sides O?ialOc per lb. Mess.pork $2175a
22 per bbh Lard-some \Httle inquiry, and eearce for
prime straight marks; quote 12j-Sc for city and Western
bbls. - -J
EICK.-Wo quote Carolina scarce and firm at lOalO^c
SAIT-Remains Inactivo, though prices are steady for
lots from dealers at ?2 luaa 15 for Ground Alum, and
S-3 10a3 25 per sack for Liverpool Fine, as to quality and
brand. Turks Island steady at 633.60c per bushel.
SUCAB-Was quiet to-day, no sales, but holders firm
at last quotations, via; for fair to good refining lOalO.Sic;
fair to prime grocery Cuba and English Island 10>?all "ic,
and common to choice Porto Rico 10'-?al2c.
WmsKET-IhoirarkotisstUl dull, and prices unset?
tled; last Balo of City reported was 60 bbls at $2 95 par
gallon, in bond. Country lola range considerably lower.
New York Market.
Th? New York Evening Post of Monday, the 14th inst,
. The further development of monetary esse, which has
been long expected, has not yet arrived, and the conse?
quent disappointment gives a gloomy aspect to the deal?
ings at the btock Exchange.
The loan market is close, but not being very active,
the accommodation sought is readily obtained by the
brokers, although some heavy loans aro reported to have
been called in. Tho rate is 7 per cent for demand loans,
and 7a8 for discounts.
The bank averages for the week show a decrease in the
legal tenders of $1,779,751, while the specie has increased
$1.818,GS5. and the loans havo increased S1.U8--.028. The
banks have thus weakened their, greenback reserve,
while they have expanded their liabilities by inlarging
r - For gold this forenoon the foHowmg were tho leading
quotations: J.0:00,134}?; 10:30. 134?-;: 11:00,13*3?; 11:15,
134>?; 11:30, 134J?112:00, 13*X; 1-00, 134J? ; 1:30,134.H ;
2:00. 13-i.L-;. >,
Foreign exchange is firm. Bills at sixty days on London
are quoted at 108;ial09,S; for commercial; lOOXalOTJi
for bankers'; do at short sight, llCallu'^: Pans, at sixty
dHjs, 6.17>?a5.15; do at abort sight, 6.143400.13Ji ; Ant?
werp, 6.17Jia5.16?; Swiss, 5.17J4a5.16J-?; Hamburg, S6X
S36K; Amsterdam, 41,'?a41>?; Frankfort, el^att^;
Bremen, 76>?a79>?; Prussian thalers, 72>-?a72}i.
NEW YORK, January 14.-FLOUR, kc-Th? market
for Western and State flour is less active, and with libe?
ral arrivals thc low and medium grsdesare 10al5c off.
The high grades are heavy and inactive, but without
quotable change in price. The demand is confined to
the local trade.
The sales aro 5100 bbls at $9 eOalO 50. for superfine
State and Western; $10 50012 45 for "ordinary and com?
mon extra State; $12 35al2 60 for fancy State; $10 25?
12 20 for tho low grades of spring wheat Western extra;
$11 90012 60 for shipping Ohio; 312 75al4 50 for trade and
family brands of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana; $14 50al7
for St, Louis extras.
Buckwheat dour is heavy at $3a3 40 por 100 lbs.
Canadian flour is quiet and easier for the low grades.
Sales ef 70 bis at ?13 20 for the low grades of extra, and
$1550 for trade and family brands.
Southern flour Is heavy and is 10c lower on the com?
mon grades. Sales of 150 bbls at S12al-4 40 for common
to fair Baltimore and country extras, and $14 G0al7 for
tr. de and family brands.
Corn meal is inactive and heavy at. tho following
quotations: -$5a5 06 for Pennsylvania; $5 sse for Brand j
i.HATS.-Tho wheat market is inactive and heavy;
holders are firm in their views and do not seam inclined
to sell. The sales are 7600 bushels amber .State on pri?
vate terms,-and $310 for uommon White Canadian.
Barley is more active at lower rates. Sale-; of 63.060
bushels at 84aS5c for Western; 90o93c for Canada West,
Oats are quiet and unchanged, only a retail business
is doing. . Holders generally are firm. Tho Bales are fair
to good Chicago-st-6406601 State at 68aS9c ; Jersey at 66a
Corn opened very unsettled and closed lower and hea?
vy. The inquiry is moderate, in part for export. The
sales are 34,000 bushels Western mixed at $117 in store
and $118al IH;? afloat; Jersey yellow at $1 OSal 10, and
Southern white at $115. .
PROVISIONS-The Pork market has been moderately
active st rather higher figures, but closes dull. The eales,
cash and regular, ara 2500 bi ls at $19 25al9 SI % for old
seas; $19 75s?l) for new mess, and about 12>?c <j> bbl
higher for small lofe; $20 75a2a87>? for new Western;
$19 75o20 15 for Weslarn prime mess.
Beef bas boen more active without changi to note in
figures. Sales of 660 bbls at ?9al2 for old plain mess;
$llul8 for new do; tl2al5 for old extra do, and. S17a21 60
for now do. ;.! ?..' .. I
Beef hams are without change. Small sales at $S2a33
Cut meats continue in fair demand at former figures.
Sales of 325 pkg? pickled, hams at ll Kal2c. , ._
Bacon ls quiet Sales of 50 boxen city short dear for
future delivery at ll ac.
Dressed hogs are firm at abos t former figures. Wa
quote at 8a8>-;c for Western, and 8"?a9c tor city.
Lard continues in active demand, and priests sro ?-gain
higher. Sales of 2200 bbls sud tes st I2al2v?c for No 1
rity; 12Kaiaj? for Ko 1 Western; 12Xal3 for fair to prime
Western steam; keino is hula at i3>?c.
COSYZE-Nothing of moment was don? In this article,
prices remaining nominally unchanged. Sales of 2600
bags ex Volkynem; 1163 do ax G. Knyphausen, on pri?
vate terms; and 1000 mats Java at 24>i c. gold.
COTION-The markot ls dull and lower. "We quote st
34 KtSSc for middling uplands and do New Orleans and
Hops-Are in good demand and firm for homo use, st
from 200400600, as to growth and quality. - .
BICK.-Nothing was doing in this article, prices are
steady at 9 Kaloe for Carolina..
SUOABS.-With s moderate demand holders remain
firm in their views at full former figures. Salas of 166
hhds, chiefly Porto Rico, st loralie, and 20o"-bores Ha?
vana at ilario. Refined-are firm at 16lie for hards..
TALLOW.-A vary good business has boan done, sad
prices are firm. Sales of 126,000 lbs at UiiallKo-fbr
fair to prime.
WHISKEY.-The market ls inactive and prices nominal.
Consignees per South Carolina, Railroad
746 bales Cotton, 29 bales Mdze, 10 Sbia Rosin, Furni?
ture, Ac. To DD TJtsey, Adams, Frost k Co, E Bates k
Do, Chiaolm Bros, E H Rodgers A Co, L M Ayer A Co, B
R Agent, O Reeder, Mowry A Cb, Willis k Chiaolm, Bo?
per <s? Stoney. R Mure 4: Co, G A Hoptey & Co, J Proser
SE Co, W W Smith, Miss McLaren, G W Williams A Co
0 N AveriR k Son, H Trent-hard. T P Slider, A .? Black.
?BE Sloan, M St?ren, T Stenhouse, A Tobias' Son?. E J
Wis? A Co, J Witsell, H L -Joffe? A Ob, D O'Neill k
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
379 bales Cotton, Mdze, Ac. To J M Caldwell A Son, I
3 W Williams k Co, W O Bennett A Co, Scrovon A Nis?
bet. Mowry A Co. Kendall A Dockery, B A A J F Earley
? W Clark k Co, W Meade, Dukes A Co, Adams, Frost k
3o, Coleoek & Co, J H Baggett k Co, W K Byan. W'lHs k
?Xbisolm. T B Bacot, J *JD Kirkpatrick, Order. '
Per steamer Fannie, from Georgetown, S C-EH
nisbet, A G Heriot, Mrs G Fitzsimons and 3 children.' C
Pan Eden, Eldridge, and 00 on deck. ".. .
Per ' steamer Pilot Boy, -from Savannah, Beaufort, etc
1 A G Comstock, F E Bash, W A McConnell, W H Free
n?n,?AHorn? w Harris, A Ung, J M Cercopley and
adv, W 3 Morrell, Rev J Stoney, Col W S Graham. W G
aptoes, T H Verdier, J Wright, Mrs Dubois. J Madden,
7 ? Bri5?i'i.i,a^8lantJ A Dudley. Capt A K Hughes, J
aSSS1"' E^PnelP?> J WHusch, R Hood, J 3Fripp, GM
Wilkins, W Thomson, and 12 on deck. .
PORT OF CHABLEgTOn,
Brig John Peirce, S trout, Matanzas, i days. Molasses.
LO J A Enslow A Co. Bound to Boston, and put in for
Brig Josie A Deveresux, Clark, Philadelphia. 7 days.
!oal and Mdze. To H F Baker k Co, Camaroo, Barkley
: Co, J R Pringle; G W Altnar, E B White. J B logm, U
ommora, J E Adgor k Co, C K Huger* .
Sehr Eliza France*. Sawyer, Bal amore, 6 days. Corn,
ol} Herr t Co. .
Behr Azelda t laura, Mclndoo, Baltimore, fr days,
iuano, Ac. To Willis k Chisolm. -
Sehr Dophin, Hill, Elizabeth City, N C. 3300 bushels
ora. To BM Butler. J?.*.
Behr BcnjojDtiln Brown, Crossley, Back River. 6000
nshels Rough Bice. To Cohen, Hone kal A Co '
8teunerP?ot Boy, McNelty. SsVannsh. via "Beaufort,
[ilion Head, Boyd's Lsndlng. to. 53 baies S I Cotton,
ndMdzc. io Ferguson tc Holmes, O A Hopley A Co. F
. Daley. Adams. Frost A Co, Adgcr tc Co, W C Boo A Co,
lopkins, McPherson. & Co, J A Enslow A Co, Cohen,
tanckel tc Co.
Steamer Fannie, Dalis, Georgetown, S C. 145 tierces
ii ce, 145 nag? Bough Bice, and Mdzo. To Ferguson A
lohnes. Thurston A Holmes, Shackolford lc Fraser, J B
Tiugl?, Willis & Chisolm, and others.
Steamer Marion. Mansfield, Choraw, S C. 328. bales
;ottou, fl bbl? Turpcntino, Ac. To ferguson. A Holm os,
lowry A Co. J H Baggett A Co. G W Williams i Co. E H
lodgers & Co. Kendall &_Dackory, J M Caldwell & Sons,
Vdams, Frost & Co.
Sehr Ala Doss, from -West Point Mill. 07 bbs Bice. To
r lt Pringle. ' .
Clark's boat from James Island, ll bales SI Cotton,
to Gaillard tc Minott.
Boat from John's Island. 5 bales SI Cotton. To Gall?
ard Sc Minott,
?ehr L H Hopkins, Loper, Hilton Head-W Roach.
Went to Seat Yesterday.
Brig J Baker, Thompson, Philadelphia.
Johr Chas Dennis, Hughes, New York. . -.TO
Sehr L H Hopkins, Soper, Hilton Head.
Vp for this Port.
Steamship Flambeau. Everson, at New York, Jan 14.
The umack Martha, at this port, spoke on the loth inst,
20 milos - E by- S from Charleston Bar, tho . steamship
City of Port au Prince, from New York .foi-Apalachicola
Tho ?ehr Paragon, from New York for this port, sailed
from Fortress Monroe, Jan .12.
LIST OF SHIPPHG
In the Port of Charleston, January ?7,1807.
Granada, 7C4 tons, West, at Auger's Wharf, for New York,
loading.Ita von el A Co
Nereus, 1056 tons, Nichols, at Atlantio wharf, for Liver?
pool; loading'.. :. ;. .Willis A Chisolm
Confidence, 794 tons. Johnson, at Brown's wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith & Co
amelia, 688 tons. Connor, in the Stream, for Liverpool,
ready.-.A.J Fraser Sc Co
Screamer, 120 tons. Young, at Atlantic wharves, for
Liverpool, loading.,.W B Smith Sc Co
To?cano,'72B ton?,'' Delano, at Brown i Co's wharf, for
Liverpool, loading...Street Bros A Co
Regina (Br), 699 tons. Tobin, st Boyce A Co's wharf, for
Liverpool, loading..R Mure tc Co
Ange Gurniiene (Fr). 486 tons, Willis, at Marsh's wharf,
from Havana, waiting.J A Enslow A Co
B F Shaw (Br), 374 tons. Cann, in Ashley Bi ver, lor
Havana, loading.JA Enslow Sc Co
Mazatlan (Br), 383 tons, ' Fauvre, at "Union Wharf, for
Havre, loading.JA Enslow & Co
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, Stuart, at Union wharf, for
Liverpool, loading..-.R Muro & Co
JamoB'WilBOn (Br!, 364 toiuVDyor, at Kerr's wharf, from
Swan Island, tob? repaired.R Mure A- Go
Ostendia (Swedish), 500 tons. Carlson..at Vanderhorst
wharf, for liverpool, loading..J M i rcdaberg
Regina, 599 tons, Cumminger, at" Accommodation wharf,
from Liverpool, waiting.CN Hubert
Yum uri (Br), 471 tons, Thompson, at Vanderhorst wharf.
from Liverpool, discharging.Raven el St Co
Centro de Esportacion (Span), - tons. Ferres, in tho
Stream, from .Havan?, just arrived..-.W P Hall
.' '- . ji-Biotas.-'l - -? . -l ' -?'
Haze, 264 tons. Hall, in Ashley River, for Boston, load?
ing.J A Enslow A Co
Carmen (Br), 97 tons. Faulkner, in Ashley River, for
West Indies, loading.......Salas Sc Co
Joven Jose, 160 tons. Fradua, at Bennett's wharf, from
Havana, repairing.PJ Esnard
Union (Br), 133 tons. Stickney, at Union" wharf, from
Savannah, waiting.. .Master
Castillan, 261 tons, Hordenbrook, at Union wharf,
from Matanzas, waiting.JA Enslow Sc Co
Chebuctoo (Br), 113 tons, Kennedy, in Ashley River,
for Halifax, N S, loading.:.Budd A Blake
Josie A DevoreMix, - tons. Clark, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging..-. ...HF Baker A Co
John Peirce, - tans, S trout, at Union wharf, from Ma?
tanzas, discharging...J A* En alow St Co
B C Thomas, 236 tons. Crockett, in Ashley River, for
Boston, loading.Bisloy Si Creighton
E Waterman, 107 tons, Edgell, at Marshall's wharf, for
Baltimore, loading.-.PP Locke
Pathway, - tons. Compton, in Ashley River, for Phila?
delphia, loading._1_.. .H F Baker 4: Co
Daniel Brittain, 248 tons. Springer, St Central wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading.. -.HF Baker A Co
Aid (Br), - tons, McCormick, at Union wharf, from
Matanzas, walting..:;......'.....". r.-.Master
Magnolia, 139 tons, Chase, at Atlantic wharf, from Turks
Island, waiting......._J A Enslow &.Co
Eua Tish,' - tomvWilley. at - Marshall's wharf, fer Balti?
more, loading.Street Bros St Co
Louie F-Smith. 264 torts,' 'Chemin 'Ainley JUvor. for
Providence, loading..?.]SJU Ui..A -H.*" baker A Co
Nevada, 143 tons. Doughty, in Ashley River, for Bald
-v^fiW?-ifuuiiTig*" . .. -...JA Enalow"& Co
R Caldwell, 466 tons. Mccormack, at Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading.W Roach
Nellie Tarbor, 128 tons. Pendleton, at Brown A Co's
Wharf, for Now Orleans, loading_T Tupper St Sons
John Crockford, 118 tons. Jones, at Brown A Co's wharf,
for Neis York, loading.Street Bros Sc Co
Jonas Sparks, 187 tons. Crowther, at Brown A Co's
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging.
.Street Bros Sc Co
LiaVy. 120 tons. Woolford, at Accommodation wharf, from
Baltimore, discharging.Screven & Nisbet
R K Vaughan, 235 tons. Howell, at Central wharf, from
Boston,' discharging....,;.H F Baker A Co
David V Strieker, 190 tons. Von Gilder, at Union wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging..Master
J Dailey, 184 tons. Wall, at Union wharf, from Baltimore,
discharging.........Mordecai A Co
D B Warner,- tons, Sartre th, at Adger's.-Wharf, from
New York, discharging.,:..W Roach
Vapor. - tons; Bogert, at Adger's wharf, from New York,
Eliza Frances, - tons. Sawyer, at Kerr's wharf, from Bal?
timore, discharging... .T J Kerr tc Co
Azelda A Laura, --tons, Mein doe, "atr Atlantic wharf,
from Baltimore, ?scharging......."W??s A Chisolm
_ Exports of Cotton
i non THE roer- or CUASLBSTOS, S. O., COHSTKCHIO 1ST
SEPT.. 1868, --o JANUARY 17,1887, racLDsrvB.
Total to Great Britain.
Bordeaux and Rochelle..
Total to France..
I Russia-Northern Ports..,
Russia-Ports of Block Sea...
j Sweden and Norway.
I Spoin-Ports on the Atlantic.
I Spain-Ports on Mediterran'n.
Total other Foreign Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports...
j Exports'of Rice, Naval 'Stores ?ad Lombtr,
from the Port of Charleston, from Sept'ex
lit te Jaennry r7,-186I.
IN. STOBXS.' LOMB rat.
i Newport, B. I_
I Providence, R. I..
Cuba and a Market.
Rio de Janeiro?.. ??
Han fax, N 8*,.
Charleston "Wholesale trices,
Corrected and Revised Dally.
BAGGING, V yard- V
Dundee. 40 <3> 45
. Gunny Cloth.:... . 35 @ 30
BALE ROFE, 9 lb-Manilla.. 24 ? 26
Western.... 26 @ 33
New York...;....-..vr. ' - ? -
Juto...- 12X0 ' -
BRU AD, 9ft
' ! "pBoT"'""'*_ <?' _
Crack?T .\\\\\\""!"\J 13 S 15
BRICKS. %?M..-.i... .--. 9.00 @30.00
BRAN, HlOOlb. 83 ? -
COTTON, 9 tb- ?>??? -
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.,. 31 A .
; Low Middling.......... 32 ? -"
' Middling to Strict Middling. 33 ? S3?
GoodM&dimg..TIT,. - @ -
Ssa.-Talana.jj....... LI r C2r?;l 40
CANDLES,, <9 fc-Sperm..:..'...;...v.*1 Sff-te S3
Adamantine. 25 ? 38
Tallow.,vX*.. 19 & 20
COFFER, a Hs-Bis. 26 A- 86
Xsguayra.......Y..".'.'S. . 38 2 35
Java...-..V. g 45
CORDAGE. ?A Sb-Manilla.....
CORN MEAD. ? bbl.._"
COAL, 9 tes-Anthracite.
Peruvian Guano, ft- too..
Pacific Guan?, f, 20001ns...,,..,
hugh's Phcsmhate, j ? 2000 Ss...
S Rhodes'Phosphate.I* 2000 &?...
Mspea'Supar Phosphate, V 3000 lb
. Zeil'? Raw Bone Phosphate....
, ' Zell'? Super Phosphate of lime
rasa--cod, $ locub?_
... Mackerel,No. 1, 9 half bbl....
Mackerel, No. 2, ? half bbl_
laaetareLNo.3, $ bbL.~..V.. .
Mackerel, No. 1, by Uta: :.;..?..
Hard rn WS, 9 loo-quarter boxes, .
FLOUR, 9 bbl-Super.
Northern and Western Extra..
FR OTTS-Prunes, 9 tb...:."..
Almonds, soft shell...
lUistns, ES,f box.
BLASS, V. box of 60 feet
9RAIN- Maryland Oats, 9 bushel...
Western Oats, 9 bushel..
' Corn, bushell.. i..
. 'Befbov "9, bushel..
HAY, 9 cwt-North River
K2D&?-Dry, 9 ..........
.- & -
38 & 38
6.00 ? -
68 fl 80
12.08 (?12.59 ~i
?a ? -
40 A -
35 @ 40
4.0? @ 5.00
4.60 O 6.60
?-to @ 6.00
6.00 @ 6.60
9T.0B ? 3.00
LOS S 1.T0
moioo- rut-.Ii.oo (?1.75 i
m?ir-Relined, f &. 07 ? 07 Ji
Swodo.-. 09 6* 10
LATHS, f, ?1. 4.00 (J) 4.50
LIME- Shell. V bol. - ? -
South Carolina.I 1.60 ? -
Rock-port. 2-00 ? 2.26
Cement. 2.75 ? 8.50
Finnier Paris. 4.00 ? 4.50
L UMBER. 7s M. feel
Clear White Fine. 1st quality. 50.00 ?6.1.00
White line, good ran. 38.00 ?940.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, fi M. fcot-Rough. 12.00 C4-I5.no
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 (?32.00
LEATHER, country tauued. f. lb. - (a) -
MOLASSES, -B gallon-Cubs. 40 ? 52
'?'*' Muscovado..... 65 rJV 05
Sugar Rouse. 60 (io 1.00
Now Orleans. 75 ? 82
NAVAL STORES, fi bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch. - @ -
Rosin, Pal?. - fe? -
Rosin, No. 1. - ? -
Rosin, No. 2. - ? -
Bosln. No. 3....:- - 6* -
Kpitds Turi-entine. Tr ?allon- - io -
OSAUMI. ? lb. ie ?J? -
JVJ/iS-American. 4(920(1, 1? keg. 7.00 ? 7.75
American Wrought.- ? -
Lathing. 7.50 ieclO.00
Copper, -pib. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized....... 30 (al -
Spikos..... 12 ? 15
OILS- Lard, fl gallon. 1.80 (jo l-l?
Linseed. f gallon. 1.60 ? 1.05
Sperm, Winter, fi gallon. 3.10 (?? 3.15
Cotton Seed, ii gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. 1.), fi gallon. 3-00 ? -
Olive, V, dozon.,.,. 8.00 ?10.00
KArofle'iio, t*"gaU<ui..'....v....... 70 ? -
Benzine, fi gaUon................ 60 @ -
PROVISION'S-Beet, mess, ? bbl.16.00 ?30.00
B ef. primo. 14.00 fe-10.00
Pork, mess. - ? -
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, f. lb. 10 @ 20
Bacon, Bides. 12 fe? 15
Bacon, Shoulders. 12 @ 12JJ
Bacon/Strips... 15 ? 17
.Lord, in keg. 15 ? 17
Butter. 30 ?j? 40
Oheoae. 15 ? 54
Potatoes, f. bbl. 2.76 (ui 3.00
Onions..'.. 3.00 @ 3.25
Apples........... 4.00 ? 6.00
PAINTS-Whito Load. * ttl. 12 6? 20
Black Load. 12 ? 14
Zinc, White. 12 ? 18
PLOW STEEL, fi lb 12 ? -
RICE-Oao?D?, ? ....v.,... OK? 9K
East Lidia. - ? -
SLA TES-American, f, square.12.50 ? -
SHINGLES, fi M. 7.00 ? 8.06
White Pino, first quality.12.00 ? -
SAtr-^-Liverpcpl, coarse, .fi sack. 2.37K? 3.50
Liverpool, fine. - <c -
SO^P-Bar, iUb..:.-.. ........ ll ? 15
STARCH, f. lb. 10 ? 12
SPICES, f, Ri-Cassia..-. 1.00 ? -
Mace._... 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 fe) -
Nutmegs..'..:.'.'.:.'.:.'..'.. 2.00. fe? 2.50
Pepper,-:-... 40 fe) -
Race Ginger. 30 fe) -
SPIRITS, fi gallon-Alcohol. 5.00 @ 6.00
Brandy, Cognac:... 4.06 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ?3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 ? 5.00
Gin, American. 3.60. fe) 3.75
Rum, Jamaica;. 5.00 fe) 6.00
<--.?. Bum,N: E:...::.t;..'.r:'2.63 ? 3.W
Whiskey, Bourbon.,,..,.. 3.00 @ 5.00
Whiskey, Rectified....".'.. 2.30 (g>2.40
SUGAR, fi lb-Raw.'.. 9 ?13
? - Crushed. 18 ? -
- Ctariflcd A...:....'..~ 17 fe)
Clarified B.- ? -
Clarified C..... . 16K? 17
Loaf...... 18 @ 1?
.. Porto Rico_.13>i@. IA .
" 7 MuBcovai?-'."..:. 12 (gr 14
SEGA KS-Domestic manufacture, f, M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, fi lb-Imperial. a.00 fet 2.50
Gunpowder.j;.".'.'.. 2.00 fe) 2.68
Hyson..;... 1.60 ? 1.60?
Yonne Hyson.-._ 1.60 fe? 1.60
Black. 1.00 fe) 1.76
TOBACCO, fi lb, as per quality.i 40- fe) 1.50
TIMBER-Sawa Timber-Yellow Pino. 4.00 ?15.00
- Ash....:. - fe>
Poplar...... - .?....
Hickory. - @ -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.10.50 ? -
IX Roofing Plate....18.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate', 10x14.17.00 fe) -
_ IX Tin Plate 10x14.19.00 fe) -
I C.Tin Plate, 14x20. 18.00 @ -
Block Tin, ? tb..,. 40 @- -
TBTAE-Cotton,fl lb. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 @ -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute.... 50 fe) -
VARNISH-Bright, f, gallon.......... 25 ?' -
Parafino. - ? -
VINEGAR-White, Wine, f. gallon_ 5? ? -
Cider..^. 30 @ -
...French. 1.00 @ 1.25
WINE, f, gallon-Port. 2.50 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
" Bherry.'.,. 2.25 ?6.00
Claret, ? case..........I... 6.00 ?13.60
" Champagne, f. basket...'...:. 25.00 ?68.00
ZINC-Sheet, f. ra.-.;A:. 26 & 27
Quotations for S. Carolina Baak Notes
." ' ' PREFABED BT
COINTSTKR" Sc "WILSON,
No. 5 Broad Street, Charleston, S. Carolina.
Bank of Camdon.40 .
Bank of Charleston.19
Bank of Chester_,.15
Bank of Georgetown!.:.16
. Bank of Hamburg.".17 .
Bank of Newberry.42
Bank of South Carolina._.08
Bank of state of 8. Carolina, prior to 1861.... .16
Bank of'State of 8. Carolina, arter 1st Jan., .'61. .09
Commercial Baak, Columbia.08
.. Exchange Bank, Columbia."15
Farmer's and ^:^??H*TI?M Bank? ........04
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.16
People's Bank, Cnarluston.40
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.10
Planter's ?nd Mechanic's Bank, Charleston_19
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.36
State Bank, Charleston.08
Union Bank, Charleston. ...67
City of Charleston Change Bifis.92
These quotations liable to fiuctnatloos.
*TC." F O R LIVERPOOL.-THE ELE
z?y GANT fast ?ailing coppered Shin SCREAMER,
HBy S. Young Master, has three-fourths' of her cargo
-^"a- engaged and going obcard.. -For further freight
] engagements, apply to W. B. SMITH A CO.,
January lc . TJaion Bank Building.
jXTk. FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE Al
XG?K American ship "NEREUS," H. N. NicklesMas
jWS^f tor, has a portion of her cargo engaged, and
" 'V will have quick dispatch for the above port.
For further Freight engagements apply to
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
January 1 .... . . North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR NEW YORK-HOSKCHA NTS'
y?jCJL LINE.-The regular- Packet Sehr. ""ROBERT
O^jl^CALDWELL, Mccormack Master, having a por
"?s??E&tion of ber cargo engaged and going on board,
I will receive balance and sail forthwith.
January 14_mwfS_WILLIAM ROACH.
, ^c-^ VOR SEW ORLEANS-THE FINE
?/?k schooner NELLIE TARBOX. having the greater
O-^ft^V portion*of her cargo engaged, will load with dia
?? s's Vii patch for the above port.
For Freight-engagements, apply to
' ' " " T, TUPPER ii SONS.
. ; .- Brown's Wharf.
Liberal ad vitocas made on consignments' tn PRICE,
HTNE A TUPPER, New Orleans.
january is" - -- . . :." rv r :~~~:~fi
CITY RAILWAY COMPANY.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CHT RAILWAY COMPANY,
CHAUT.HHTON. January 17,-1867.
? ? ? ? r '* ' ..?.?. .? r
rriHE CABS ON- TH? BRANCH LINE (THROUGH
X. Went A orth street and-Rutledge avenue) wiU leave
the lower termina, corner Broad and East Bay, on Tho
lost trip at 9:25 P.M.
By order: a ; ? , S. W. RAMSAY.
January 17 . 3 ,.Sec'y and Treas.
SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND ONLY DIRECT BOUTE
.' -WASHINGTON ""
. ** ; WELDON and
-Time through by Express Train to Now York M hours.
. Tickets good by either of the three following Routes :
RICHMOND AND WASHINGTON
-BAY LINE AND BALTIMORE
."?' NORFOLK AND DELAWARE.
Baggage checked through to any point,
. Tickets good until used.
S. 8. SOLOMONS,
Deee.ri.ber 20 - ... >- . . Supt.
THE ESTEY DEG AH,
~T7(OB OBTTBOHES. SUNDAY-SCHOOLS. AND PA B
JD LOBS, with new and valuable. improvements, glv
mg e?traordlnary composs. variety, and a sweetness ct
torn." ' The crowning perfection ls the' VOX HUMANA
ATTACHMENT, a wonderful Imitation of the sympa
tootle sweetmvs of the human vole?. They are steen gi;
Indorsed Oy GEORGS W. MORGA>. WILLIAM A
KTHG,.and ofteMt-thfl hie bent musical anthnray Jj? thr
Dnlteo States. Perfect satlsfaetlon guaranteed.
- PIANOS of all grades and styles furnished at lowe
.J?EO. G, SAXE & CO.,
Na 417 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK,
Attoost 10. -
LOMBARD & CO.,
Q OH MIS SI ON MER0HA N TS
t.-/. . - ASP IMPORTEES AUD EHALIE.1 IM .'. . '
KO. IS LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHARP,
. "BO-ST O If. - -'
Advances made on Consignments of Bice and Cotton
to our *Att&k\ .-" r'.'-'r^l ,'? ' i . . ".' ',; -.
R?f?renc?e -b^ per?nlBtrion: To Mesar*. 'JASAS ADOin
& Co., Messrs. 8TBV,KT BSOTBXBS SS , Co., Charleston, H.
' dinne*1'' (>nto'i?r1
TI^ASnHOOD A?JI>;TJBTJ5 VI?OR OiV YOUTH
?TX restored in four weeks, *y Dr. RICOBD'S ESSENCE
OF LIFE. Dr. EicoM (of Paris), after years of caroet so?
licitation, has st lenKth acceded to the earnost' requests
of the American poblio, an t appointed an Agent ia New
York for the sale ofhls valued and highly-priaed Essence
of Life. This wonderful agent will restore manhood to
tho most shattered constitutions, whether arising from
wvcesses, the effects of climate, or natural causes. The
tifie required to cure the most Inveterate case is four
weeks; and if used: according- to printed instructions,
which are very simple,; failure ls impossible. This Ufo
restnflngTemedy should be taken by all about to marry,
aa ita effects are permanent It ts acknowledged by tho
madias],ps-sss to -bo tho.Brw^-gb discovery-e-mr mode.
UadeveJoping-powora one miraculous, i Success m every
osa?leoaeorta?n- as- thara -eeieiicc overthrowe' lgfiorancft.
Dr. Ricord'aEosonco of Lifo ls told in oases, with ftdl in
strnoUona for use, at-$3, .or four quantitios In one for ?0.
sad. wBI be sect to say. part, carefully packed, on receipt
of reraittsnee to his aoa-edltecV agent -. .
... "_i'.. PHILIP ROLAND.
Mazcb.33 ly No. 34 Liberty street, New York.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
^ROGERS AND BANKERS,
BLAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. W. WILLIAMS ?Sc GO., WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
COTTON F A C T O R S , COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Church-street, Charleston, S. C. No. 147 Maiden Lane, New York.
OEO. W. WILLIAMS. E. C. WILLIAMS. J. II. TAYLOR. WM. BIRNIE, JR. EDWIN PLATT.
IT AV IN Ci ESTABLISHED OUR HOUSER AS ABOVE, WE OFFER YOU OUR SERVICES FOR
THE TRANSACTION OF YOUR BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON AND NEW YORK.
TOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR UNITED STATES MAIL LINE.
~i-r .. ONE Ol' THE FAVORITE AND ELE
.S7J&<~& V"," GANT STEAMSHIPS
F1"' QUAKER CITY, I SARAGOSSA,
?ZSSilS&Jg^. ANDALUSIA, I GRANADA,
?Will leave Auger's South Wharf every Saturday.
JB?* Tho steamship GRANADA. Captain --, will
lcavo Abner's Wharf on SATURDAY. January 19, at 3,'j
o'clock P. M. RAVEN EL A: CO.
January 15 tufa
VIA SAVANNAH, BRU N S \V I C Iv, ST.
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVET. AS
FAR AS PALATKA.
THE FINE STEAMER
ns: A. TE,
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
every' Wednesday iteming, at S o'clock precisely.
??yFrelght received "daily and stored tree of charlo.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at tho of?
fice of JOHN MAHONEY. Jn_. 48 East Bay.
November 13 Above Craig. Tuomey lt Co's.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY I
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON TILE WAC
CAMAW AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE. .Capt,. Is AAO DAVIS
"TT7TLL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
VV TUESDAY AND FBXDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will lcavo Georgetown every THURSDAY
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received daily, and stored free of charge
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON A HOLMES, Agents,
Januarys - Accommodation Wharf.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR. LINE STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID IRON STEAMER
Z. B_ "V-A-IST OE,
.... CAPT. CHAS. McGAREY.
CAPT. L. VOGEL.
fTVHE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RUN
I regularly between Charleston and Camden; the
B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
"VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Blur? to Camden.
FriigbL for all landings on the Sonteo aud Wateree
Riv ens will bo received at all times, and stored rreo ol
ohargo at No. ll Exchange street. All freight shipped
by this line is covered by insurance.
For further information or freight engagements, apply
to tho undersigned. JAMES BROWNE,
? " Exchange etreot, Charleston,
BROOK A BENBOW. Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL. Camden.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY^.Captain W. T. MCNELTY.
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. RICHAKIISOK.
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, abd Savannah every-Monday and Fri?
day. . - - .
The Pilot Boy will touch at Bluffton on her Monday
trip from. Charleston, and her wednesday trip-from Sa
Freight roceived daily and stored tree of charge..
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERUUSUN A HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. 0.
CLAGHORN S GUNING HAM. Agents
i "' 1 " ' Savannah, Ga.
N. B,-Thc Steamers of this Lino connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and GulfRaliroads and
Florida stcamera. January 'i
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
... ... , ? ? ,
. THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
? D I C T A. rr o JEi., "
. . 1000 TONS BURDEN.
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTERv
ON AND AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THT3 FINE
SHIP will sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf, every
iVidav Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above places.
6 AB freight must be paid hero by shippers.
Gangs ol egrocs w ll b.- t ken to the abo e points on
the St John's River at $5 each. Chil ir-n un:ier ten
years of age free. Horses and Mules at re 'uecd rates,
. ?B"Country papers advertising "tho DICTATOR" will
please discontinuo their notices and send account to the
Agents. ' ? . " '.
For. Froight or Passage apply on hoard, or to the
Agency. S nth Atla -.tic ?V ;.v. . Janna' y '5
10OO TONS BSI.KWM3SS,
CAPTAIN L. M. C OXET TER,
VI/ILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANT 4C WHARF EVERY
W FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office of
. . . J. D. AIKEN lt CO., Agents,
January's S nth Atlantic Wharf.
PASSAGE REDUCED !
CHEAP PASSAGE * TO OR. PROM
rr - ? 33 "U" ?R O 3? 23 -,.
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALSO
'SPLENDID MATZ, STEAMERS,
Soiling every WEDNESDAY sod SATURDAY to and from
How York. . -
Great Reduction in Faro to
w_ . OAIjrpORNXA. ASP. AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOB ANT AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Unland at the very lowest rotes.
Passet)ger?, on arrival in New York, will have their
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on them.
For Passage, tte, apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 527 King street charleston, o. ...
Fenrnorv S7 1*?
V$m,m. *>ir?cpT??i, Ciioto-i T??.t. ?t^.- W?,
WM. 3153 at 363 OBSJUrWIOMT.. COB. O? HVSJL4
"A smile wns on her Hp-health was In her loo?
'trength wan lu her step, and lu her hands-PLASTA
A few bottles ol "LA??TATIOK IIITTKCS
Will oura Nervous He?lache.
" Cold Extremities and Fovorfsb Lip*.
.' ?oar stomach and Fatld Breath.
?? Flatulency and Indigestion.
?. Nervous Affections..
" Excesslvo Fatigue and Short Breath.
.. Pain over the Eyes.
" M PT. tal Despondency.
Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, io.
Which ar?-the ovtdeucea of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It ls estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from s deceased and torpid liver. Tho biliary
peorctions of tho liver overflowing luto the stomach poi?
son the ?ntlre system and exhibit tho above symptoms.
After long research, we aro able to pres.-nt the most
remarkable cure for th ASO horrid nightmare dlioAnee.
the world bas ever prodnocd. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persona have taa>& the
PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an Instance of complaint
Has come to our knowledge 1
It is a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions, of Ufo.
Th? reports that lt relies upon mineral substances for
It? activ? properties, aro wholly (?iso. For the satis?
faction of the public, and that patiente may consult
their physicians, we append a list of its components.
?ALUATA t-AiiK.-Celebrated fer over two hundred
yearn in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc It was introducid into Europe by the
Count*ss. wife of the Viceroy o: Peru, in 1640. and
afterwards sold by tho Jesuits for the enormous price of
itt own ireight in silver, under thp name of Jetait't Pxra
dert, and was finally made public by Louts XVI. King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to ita
febrifuge qualities during bis South American travels.
CASCA BILLA BARK-For diarrheas, colic and diseases
of the stomach and bowels.
DA.NITF.LION-For inflammation of the loins and drop?
CnAvoMiut FLO WE ES-For enfeebled digestion.
LA VENDED ftjjwKia- Arom?uMc. stimulant and tonio
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
WINTERGREEN-For scrofula, rheumatism, eta.
AMBE--An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-bads, orange, carraway, coriander, satif
re >t, etc.
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish Ladles cf South America, imparting beauty
to the complexi?n and brilliancy to the mind, ls yet no
known to the commerce of the world, and wo withhold
ita name for th? pr?sent.
ROOK mn n, N. Y., December 38,186L
Messrs. P. E. DRAKE & Co.-I have been a great auf
lurer from Dyspeosia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. Abont three months ago I
tried the PlantatlCn Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a well man. I have recommended them in
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. 1 am, respectfully yours.
Rev. J, S. OAT-HORN.
pHTLxnxXFHiA, loth Month, 17th Day, 1863.
. Bz&TXCZBD Flume:-My daughter has been much
boneo Oed by the use of thy Plantation ' Bitters. Thou
wilt send Ko two bottles mora. '
Thy friend, ASA ODRRIN.
SHznatAjf Horas. C rao AGO, Ul., 1
February ll, 1863. J
MESSRS. P. H. DBASX A Co. :-Please send J s another
twelve cases of your Plantation Hitter*. ? As a morning
appetizer, they appear to nave supersed* d everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, JSC.,- CAGE A WATTE.
Arrangements ore now completed ta supply any de?
mand for this article, which liss not heretofore boen
Tho public may rest assured that in no cass wUl the
perfectly pure standard ol tba PLANTATION BITTEBS be
departed from. Every bottle beare the facsimile of ow
signature on a steel plate engraving, er it cannot bogen
Any person pretending to wZZ PLANTATION BITTERS in
bulk or by the gallon, is a swindler and imposter, -Benara
if refilled bodies. See that our Private Stamp is Basra -
ri LATED over every cork. V
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout
P. H. DRAKE & GO.. New Yoi*.
Or Female Hf (?ulular,
. Cure. Suppressed, Eoccessine and -
-fjs^ Pirirful Menstruation, Oreen
' SsatmeiS, Nervous and Opinai Af
fij#3?L- festions. Paine iii the Buck, Sich
BBMBBCM J/riid-K-Jte, Giddiness, And all dis
rsB5?9V ciu?s that spring fron? Irregularity,
KifsV^yV hy removing the catiso and all tb?
-^/?^-St . effects that arise from it. They
^pUragfa are perfectly safe in all cases, eav
Id^t^k? cept iclten forbidden by diree
B^^^JL Huns, and .are ca.?y to administer,
Imflli?fiw;? es tht-y are nicely sugar estated.
Jr'jjipilfj? They should be in the nanda of
every Midden, Wife, and Mother
???^?liSESl Lndlcs can address ns lu perfect
. ^^tat!5flfcis???*. confidence, and Alate their com?
plaints In full, as .we treat all Female Complaints,
im.l prepare" Medici iles sn I table for all diseases to
. . willoh, tn*yare subject.-Thirty-two page pamphlet,
In a Keulrit envelope, free. . .
The Cherokee Pills are sold by all druggists at $1
per box, or.?tx boxee for $5 ; or they are sent by -
niall, free of postage. In an ordinary letter, free
from observation, by addressing the sole proprietor
* Br. W. S. iC?EWIlT, 37 Walker St.; ?. Y. '
N. B.-Cherokee Pills Nb.'2 aro prepared for
tpecinl ernies; when aiilder medicines fail; these
aro dent by mail, free of postage, on receipt of $5,
Vie price of each boos.
Or, Essence of WAt% ? ??????
^^SMMSiMy Cures Gene ral Debility. Wtalc
?WB?S?%W??\WF'S' ne?*. Hysterics ir. Pernales,
SS^SBffl?fip-' ? Piilpttntion of Oie Beart and
^TOaCMI Aereou? Disease*: It re
. -^^v^^^p^"^1 ?tores new life and vigor ti? tba
" TTJin"''c~ aged, causing the hot blood of
eJLryff youth.to oonrse the veins, res
^???23<&?/l ^rlt^loeOrgan, of Genera
neut iffe"_sn. dues tion, removing Impotency and
this Elixir rrjuven- Debility, retorting Manliness
I C'S-the system ami and. full viffor, thus proving a
overcome disease. perfect "Elixir of Love," rer
movlne Sterility and Barrenness In both- sexes. To
tko young,.Diiddl?-aeod, and ?ged, there is no greater
boon than tills ?* Elixir of Ltfe." It gives a new
lease of life, causing tb? weak and debilitated to
have renewed stresgtb and vigor, and Abo entire
system to thrill with joy and pleasure..
Price, one bottle & ; tarree bottles $5 ; sent by
express to any address.
Our mvdieine* are sold and recommended by all
respectable druggists In every part of the etvlfixed
glooe ; soma unprincipled dealers, however, try to
deceive their customers by selling cheap and worth?
less compounds tn order to make money. ' Bo not
deceived-ask fir these medicine? and take no
Others. If the druggist doe? n?t keep them, writs
to us. and we will send them by express, carefully
packed, free from observation. We will be pleased
to receive letters with full statements In regard to
any disease with wklch ladles or gentlemen are
afflicted Address all letters lbr medicines, uatnph
lcta, or advice, to the sole proprietor, A
Dr W. E. ts^WIl?, 37 Walker 8t.,~H. X,
May 3g _ mwf iye
KRAUSHAAR &. CO.
. -. THE ?tour ncroovED
GRAND AND SQUABS
Fall Iron Frame anc? Qveratrung Bass.
MANUPAOTORY AND WAREHOUSE ,
Ho. 19 West Houston-street. Mo. t?
NEAR BROADWAY. NHW YORK.
"T^EE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OP THF ?BM O?
1 KRAUSHAAR * CO., are practical Plano makers,
and as snob have bad a large experience in. connection
?nth sante oi th? best Establishments in this country
and Europe- Tt.eir J lane* are made not merely fe*
ttl em, bot ty them, aid under their immediate personal
supervision, aro ih?y allow no Instrument? to leave the*
fiotoryand sass into the hands ol their patrons, unios?
taey have a power, evenness, flrmness and roundnessoJ
t>ae, an elasticity or tench- without whl?b no m?trn.
aient ought to be aotaafbetory *> ?he pabilo-aa well ev
teat durability in construction, which enables lt lo re?
nam In tone and to withstand sudden changes of tem
?erntnr? and exposure to extreme beat and cold, whit*
are sometimes unavoidable. ,: . .? . ' : -
They will stall times be happy to see the profession
and the public at their Wareroonis, and Invite eonrpari.
tia between their own Ftemoa and those ol any. ethe*
CHARLES 1. BOHONKMANN.
April T8 _ . . .
AL M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Hetajl Oeal?X1??
JirvVSPAP15RS,:: S?A?I?N?RY," BtO^
arr k:i ? is.- s v ?. tstc, '
(Opposite Ann-otrset, '.' '?
Thi ittaat fasnea of the vreoa alvavi on hand.
Sunacrfptijns moelred anti Goods deBroredoi taft
?irded by Mail or Eamon. .
? All CASH OMaata wai aa promptly atienrton ?a