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THE DAILY NEWS.
OFFICIAL,.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in Hie Postoffico at
Charleston, for the week ending JANUARY 7,
1869, and printed officially in TUTS DAILV NEWS, as the
newspaper having tho largest circulation in the City
Of Charleston.
flS-Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should
state that they are "Advertised."
4g- Office hours from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun?
days, from 5 to 6 P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
WOMEN'S I/ESX.
Alexander, airs J Geraghty, Miss B Nonan, Miss E A
E Gilbort, Mrs S C Sold. Miss M S
Alston, Flora Gordon, Julia A Seisin, Mr3 M
Anderson, Mrs D G 'oJmau, Mrs Owens, Mary C
A jrur. Jane Oneil, Mary
Amand, Mrs O > rawley, Mary O'conner, Msry
Barrington,Lllet; (laney. Annie Prince. Sara A
Barden, Mrs C Hackett. Miss B Piinee, Mrs C J
Beahin. Miss A J Hasel, Eato H
Benjaxiiin, Mrs H Hart, airs L J Poyas, Mrs E C
J Hall, Mary A Pera, Flora E
Blancho, Mis? J Harrison, Mrs J Picken?, Mrs S B
Bowman, Miss L \V i Patt , ri on, Mrs L
Prem, Diana Bassel!. Mrs W L
Brown, Clara Harmon. Mrs E Ranuey, Sarah
E-*own, Miss L Hey ward, Annie Bailly, Mary A
Brown, Susan S Righting, Mary
Burktnyre, Mary Houck, Miss D ?amp6on, Ann
Burns, Emma Ho tim ann, Mrs T? ?anders. Mrs C
Burckmyer, Mrs Buncken, Mary ?cy!o, Mrs J F
E Bynes, Nellie -hackelford, Mrs
Butler, Eliza Jones, Sarah E H
Callo way, Sarah Jones, Mrs M Shepard, Mrs L
A ' Johnson, Emily Siseo, Rosa
Chat man, Jennie Izard, Virginia Sigwalu, Mrs L
Charles, Sadie Ioglesby, Kate Snow, Eliza
Charles, Sallie L Jacob, Miss C -ollec, Mrs H
Clair, Miss M Kent, Miss C Stimon, Sarah
Cox, Mrs M E Keckeley, Miss G Stevens. Sarah A
Costa, Mis V A smith, Mary M
Cohen, Mrs J Lynch. Miss L Smith, Hager
Cros, Sallie S Larter, Eliza ? raith, Eliza
Curtis, Miss F A Lucas, Mrs J Sally, Bose
Curtis, Mrs J L Lucas, Mary H Trout Emily J
Chisoim, Mrs R Laclaire, MrsC thompson, Miss
Davis, Miss J Mauagault, Mar' X? zia E
Davis, Amanda Marihall, Mrs J Terrv, Annie P
Drayton, Mrs C C Tention, Mrs M
A Mahoney, Miss J Taylor, Janie A
Duncan, Miley A Taylors, Dolly
Dunn, Eliza Maxcy, Annie Watson, Mary
Du Pie, Mrs A H Marshall, Miss M [ Ann
Egan, Miss CE L , Weldon, Sarah
Evans, Mrs J M Mayoa- d.Missll Weinberg, Juba
Far weil, Miss M Mitchell. Miss C White, Mary
D Moore, Hannah Whitney, Miss M
Feehan, Annie Murdock. M-sM G
FarwelL Mies M Miller, Miss M rt'hale v. Miss J
L iMcCottor, Urs Withers, Annie
Flemmine.MrsR McGinnis, Betsy Witcofskey.Mary
Gadsden, Mary |.\ ordeal. Maggie Windburg, Molly
Aston, Edivard
Ascher, B
Baumgardel, FA
Bailey, J F
Beach, E MUls k
Co
Bee, John Jas
Bo?th, W J
Bosselmau, Peter
Brookins, D B
Broderic, Soderic
Brockmans, Jo?
hann
Brown, Sam
Burke, J W
Ruse, Mcoless
Bul wi niel, John
Barrows, John
(col'd)
Bulat, Diediich
Cantwell, J A
Campbell, Jo?
seph
Cahill, John
Catnhjhan, Hen?
ry G
Caan eda y, Jo?
seph
Charlock, George
Chase, Thurston
Clausen, J W
Cleary, P
Coles, W E
Cook, John Bry?
ant
Davis, Mr
Daves, Henry
D'Arcy, John J
Davis, G
Densin, Wibby
Diefenbach, Ph?
Drayton, Kit
Drayton, Capt
Jacob
Dun, Barlow k
Co
Duffy, Bernard
Edwards, Gabriel
(col* j)
Ellington, Ch-.8
Gabriel
Fernandez, Sr Dn
iGibs, P
'Gobante, Sr Da
Eamon
Goodwin, John
'Gos*, ' lijan
[Cfo ej, J J
Gnmtual.Isidere
Green, Wm R
?-rvey, trm
(drayman)
Hargrove, 'lhes
(col'd)
Harvey, John
Hardy, Thomas
Barris, John
Beninger, Solo?
mon J
Healy, John E
Hurbert, Joseph
C
Hotchkiss, Walter
R
Hutchinson,Hon
TL
Byatt, J E
! Jones, James B
Jones, John M
Kerrigan, Patrick
Kerr, William
Kuck, Hiurich P
Linigan, Daniel
Lan, Johan
Legare, edward
Levy, ?lias
Lluk, Solomon
Londwick, Geo
Loth, Edward
Marshall k Mc?
Millan
Manning k Lew?
is
Matheson, J W
Matthews. Ed
Mohr tens, C
Mehr te ns, Chris?
topher
Middleton, Frank
(col'd)
MiBer, J H
Michel, Ec nj ii
min
Michell, John
auton
Fennessy. John
Phiser, Jacob
Fifield. Wa'son
H
Fleming, William
Forbes, J S sc Co
Folker, Edward
B
Galbraith, Bobt
M
Morris k Mac
Neil
Morgan, J M
Mooney, W?ltam
M
Morris, Rev Wil?
liam H
Morrison, Robert
Mott sc Ward
Murdoch, John
W
Muckenfuss, J J
Murray, A L
Meyer. A F
McGuire, Lieut J
\Q
ilcNa'ly, P J
Nevin, George
Net-on, Bobt
Oleridge, Henry
O'Ke.'fe, James
Os'ood, W lt
Ortmann. Julius
Pal ut a ti cr. Lu?
cion
Porter. Charles
Powell, J D
Poulson, Charles'
W
Prince, C J H
Quinn, Nicholas
A
Redpath, D C
Robinson, C S
Roberts, Peter
Rogers, Walter
P
?anders, Izard
Ralph
Scott, Robert
Scott, James
.cheper, F G
seabrook. James
Small, Charlea
Spencer, WUliam
! Spencer, Wm
soUee, Ueury
Struck, Emil
Struck, Ch
Strong, Abram
V
Stanley, W B
Taylor, David S
Ta?es, Djnici3
Tidcmann, Hen?
ry
Thompson, R V
Tower, Moston
Tripp, Harrison
A
Walsh, Phil
j Walker. Andrew
. warte, Robert
Wilcox, Wm A
WUly, Ganger k
Co
Wilson, Rev
Leighton
Wood, Cel J J
1 J
Wood, B
JCS** Persons depositing letters in the Postofflce
will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of tho envelope, and they w?l also
please to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the Dead Letter
Office. January 8
Jmmai ?t? (Eemmcrnal.
Tin*, t- laurieston -Honey Market.
THURSDAY, January 7, 1869.
The transactions during the week have chiefly
been in city stock, of-which a large amount bas
changed hands, at from 67 to 6?. Tho expectation
that the Supreme Court would grant tho mandamus
in the city election case, caused an unseated feeling,
bat the expected effect was discounted, and when
the result was mtdc known yesterday the market
was not unfavorably affected. Early in the morning
the price was 53 to CO, and after the news that tbe
writ ht-1 beon granted a sale of $10,000 city stock
ra effected at CO. We do not anticipate auy perm st
neut decline in tho unrket, as a consequence of the
issue of the writ, but public uneasiness may cause a
pressure or sales, and a consequent temporary de?
cline. South Carolina Railroad stock has beon in
demand, and shows an upward tendency. Soles
were made of half shares, on Wednesday, at 22, and
of a lot of about 10 old shares, yesterday, at 44.
SOfriiERN BANK BILLS.
Curren ' Rates
Baa-- ef Camden.40 @0.1
Ban c of Charleston.40 @t 0
Bank of Chester. 9 ail
Bask of Georgetown.9 tai io
Bank ef Hamburg. 6 @ 7
Bank of Newberry.41 ?00
Bank of South Carolina.ll (SOO
Bank ef State of S Carolina, prior to 18G1.2U @00
Baak of sut? ot S. Carolina, af ter 1st Jan.,
3861. 5 ? G
Commercial Bank. Columbia. 1 (SOO
Exchange Bank, Columbia...10 (?CU
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Chr-rlestou. .0 ?80
Merchant's Bank.Cheraw.9 @80
People's Baak, Ctisrlenton.69 ?00
Planter's Bau s of Fair fl cid.......3 @ G
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charleston.25 @26
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
(old).CC (500
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
(new).33 @00
Ri;.e Bank, Charleston. 4. giOo
*" TJaion Bank, Charleston.f"? tfO0
City of Charleston Chaugo Bills.y., ^ io
Slate S. Carolina Treasury Notes... ^.92 (g95
noss*, STOCKS ANO couro?s.
6ity of Oolumbu Bonds.55 tVjCO
Caty of Columbia Coupons.C5 (g.00
Saith Carolina Railroad and Bank Steak
twholc shares).43 (?H
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).M .3. wi
S. C. Bailroad Six Per Cent. Bonus."I ft 09
S. C. R. B. Seven Per Cent. B'ds.S3 feOO
S. C. Bailroad Certificate of Indebtedness.(iii (aOj
City o?. Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock_CO &0?
City ol Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
ness.95 (597
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.05 ?j,70
State of South Carolina Couds (old).66.ex coup
State of Sou til Carolina Bunds mew issue.
.f January 1,1867J.C2 goo
State of South Carolina Stock.C3 g:00
Statt of South CaroUnaCoupons.60 ^00
People's National Bauk Stock.-.par. .ex. div.
First National Bank Stock.1 ar. .ex. div.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.42 g,rc
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
Bonds.C5 (8 SO
- Nor th ea.-tera lt. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds. 82 (SOO
Northeastern E.R. 1st Coupons (past due'.00 (geo
Northeastern R.B. Certificates ot Indebted?
ness.50 @00
Charleston Ga? Company Stock.21 @00
Charleston City Railway Stoek.50 ?00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).40 @4l
Charleston and Savannah Bailroad Stock. 00 fi CO
City ef Savannah Bonds.86 &C0
City of Savannah Coupons iduo previous
to 1st June, 18C6).95 @00
City of Savannah Coupons idue after 1st
Jone, I860).96 flt CO
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .50 (? .no
Mcrnpkis ai.d Charleston Railroad Bonds.87 (?00
Memphis and Charleston B. B. Coupons. .93 @09
Bxports for tut Week ending Tnarsday
January 7.
DOMESTIC,
BOSTON-Per sehr B N Hawkins-144 tierces Bice,
418 bales Upload Colton, 725 bushels Peanuts,
1989 bags Hice PI our 50 bundles Paper, &c, 96
bags Cotton Seed, 30 tons Iron, &c, 2 rolls Mat?
ting, 2 pkgs Merchandise, and 75 bbls Sweet Po?
tatoes.
NEW TORE-Per steamship Charleston-1384 bales
Upland and 53 lags Sea Island Colton, 189 bbls
Bosin, 25 disks Clay. 21 pkgs Sundries, 22 bales
Yarn, aad 131 pkgs Fnit...Per sehr Myrever
96 bags Sea Island and ICO bales Upland Cotte e.,
207 casks Kaolin Clay, 1000 bags Cotton Seed,
30.000 fcot Scantling, 70 tons Machinen*, 13o ca?
ses Bailroad Springs, 359 empty Beer Barrels, CO
barrels Beer, 85 coils Bope, 40 empty Carboys,
29 pk.'s Purni turc, and 20 bhds Bones_Per
steamship Champion-13 bags Sea Island and
18t7 bales Upland Cotton, 88 tierces Bice, 33
boles Yarn, 77 pkgs Suodries, 42 pkgs Fruit,
and 70 Empty Barrols.Per steamship Sara?
gossa- 63 bags Sea Island and 1114 bales Upland
Cotton, 149 ba'es Yaru, 59 pkgs Fiuit, and 37
pkgs sundries.
Bi LU MOKO-Pu- steamship Pea Gull-71 tierces
Rice, 713 bales Upland cotton. 52 bales Domes
lies, 22 bhds and bales nidi-s, 3t baies Leather.
21 bales Waste, 67 bbls Roots and Potatoes, 50
bbls Oranges, 250 bags Di io J Fruit and 10,000
ieee Lumber.Per sehr Joseph M Wilson
153,000 tect Lumber.Per sehr NeUio F Bur?
gess-110,000 ??.-et Lumber.
THE CHARLESTON HARKET.
FOB THE W.TEK ENDING THURSDA?, JAN?ABT 7
COTTON.-For most ol' tho week this article had
an advancing character, and prices continued
steadily to improve, the ?bre in the Engli-h market
stiffening from 10%d to ll>id fl lb for middling up?
land; at New York, during tho same time it harden?
ed from 2G to 27>?c fi lb for New York middlings,
and here a strong feeling prevailed with but a limit?
ed stock, and prices advanc?d from 24#@25c to 26
f) lb for middling uplands; but at the close ol the
week the leading markets having become depressed,
prices bad an easier tendency, and the stan lc at liv?
erpool was quoted at lld fi rb ; at New York at 2G*ic
%Vft,and at tais port?t 26>?c ?l lb for middlings no?
minal. .
Tho leading centres have exhibited the following
conditions for the week, as reported by telegraph,
say: On Friday, January 1st, being New Year, the
mai kele of both Liverpool and New York were clos?
ed. On Saturday there was no business done at the
former; the latter was lug ?er, Bales 4800 bales, at S0
@2S;ac. On Monday the former was active, sales
20,000 bales, uplards llAU^d,; the latter was firm?
er at [email protected]>4c. On Tuesday the former was ad ive,
sales 15,000 tele*, uplands ll)?d.; the latter was
steady, soles 4000 bales, at 27>?c. On Wednesday the
former was quiet, sales 12,000 bales, uplands 11(g)
11,'j'd. ; the latter was less active and lower, sates
2100 bales, at [email protected]>?, mostly at 27c. Yesterday the
former was quiet, sales 12,000 bales, uplands lld; the
latter was ,'?c. lower, "st 2CJ?c. lb.
The arrivals at this point for the week show a
slicbi gain in long cotton and a heavy de :line in up?
land; thr receipt.- having been 391 bags of sea islands
and Floridas and 4650 bales of uplands, against 246
bags of pea islands and Floridas and 9457 bales of
uplands tho week bet?re, and 638 bags of soa islands
und Floridas and 5716 bales of uplands for the corres?
ponding week last yesr. These suppl-es have been
from the following sources, say: Uplauds per South
Carolina Bailroad 4203 bales; per Northeastern Rail?
road 224; Georgetown 68; Santec 57; Savannah 4.
Of sea islands, per Northeastern Railroad 30; Savan?
nah 83; Florida 138; John's Island 10; Edisto 38;
Christ Church 2; Wadmalaw 3; St, Andrew's 38;
Teosooloe 16; Beaufort 23; James' Island 2; San
tee 8. . '
The transactions in this market for the week have
been as follows:
On Friday, J luuary Itt. there was but little dono,
the day be ng a partial holiday; sates 204 bales, or?
dinary to ge.d ord ina1 y being quoted at [email protected]; low
middling [email protected]>?, middling 24??3>25, and strict
middling 25 >?c ?1 lb.
On Sa'urday, thc nnrkot pres utcd a Arm aspect,
md ha some cases rather harder rates were obtained,
hut business was restricted by the light stock and
Ibo stiff view? of sellers. The transactions wo'ro 500
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
[email protected], low middling 24>?, mid liing 25, and strict
middling 25)?c H ft.
On Monday, business was limited for want of
stock, tho market heiag firmer and prices improved
^[email protected]}?c9 lb; sales 250 biles; ordinary lo good er
linaxy bo ng qaotemt 23J?(??24}?, low middling 25,
Diddling 26>?, and strict middling 20c $ ft.
On Wednesday price J moved up )??lc. $ lb. ; siles
?58 bales, ordinary te geed ordinary being ejuoted
it [email protected]<?, low middling 26, middling 9SK, and
strict middl ng 27c, $ ft.
On Wednesday thc article opened firm but closed
veak, with some transactions at a decline; sales 425
jales, ordinary te good ordiuary being quoted at 24
BSSX? low middling 26, middling 26ft and strict
xiii diing 27c $ lb.
Yesterday some 350 bales wero sold, partly to buy.
.rs from the interior, at rates which in some cases
were slightly aasior, but generally unchanged, tba
market closing weak but not qnotably lewer. The
transactions were 39 at 24; 36 a: 24,'-4'; 24 at 2*j?;17
it 25; 96 at 15>i; 39 at 25&; 76 at 26; 78 at 26.';?'; 24
at 2G;2'.
Onr quotations we quote nomina1, say :
LrvrnreDL CLASSIFICATION .
Ordinary to good orJinary.24 @25,'?
Low middling.2C ta -
Middling.26>i<a
Strict middling.27 @
We quote, by
SEW TOSE CLASSIFICATION :
Low middling.20>[email protected]
Middling.27 (oj
8FA ISLAND COTTON.-Thc receipts of this class
of the staple havo been moderate and amount to
about 391 b:gs of sea islands and Floridas tor tho
week. The inquiry has been of au improving char?
acter and prices have been full und well sustaineJ.
We uoto sales ef about 250 bags of all grades for thc
week, among which were 2 saw ginned at 20, 2 stain?
ed at 30,1 do at ?Oft 2 do it 33, 8 do at 35, C sea is?
lands at 70, 10 at 71, 5 at 72, ll at 75, 12 at 80,1 at 85,
2 ot 90, 2 at $1,10 at SI 05, 4 at $112?, 9 at SI 15, 3
nt SI 20. 5 at SI 30,4 at SI 31,'i, 30 at SI 50, C ou pri.
vate terms, and some extt a choice at higher figures
Of Floridas 10 at 62, 4 at 67, 60 al 70, 2 at 9 ) cents ^
ft. We quoto c ni mon to medium at GO^SOc $ tb,
medium to fine eOc*Si, and fiue and choice SI OS?
1 50 and upwards.
RICE.- Ihe ?eceipts of Carolina rough were light
and amounted to same 15,006 bushels for Oae week.
There was a fail miry during this period, prices
duriug much of thc time being firm. Sales about
500 tierces of clean Carolina, am ung which were 10
tierces at ty, ; 50 at 8),'; C3 at BU; 50 at 8 5-1C; 40 at
8?i ; 165 at 8 7-1C; 53 at 8 ii ; 31 at 8 9-1C; 19 at 8Ji ; 50
at811-1G; 16 at 8%; 15 at t%c fl lb. Wc quoto eom
mon te fine clean Caroliua at 7??(?;8>4 ; good 8J??
8*3 ; common prime at S??. Carolina rough may be
quoted at $1 [email protected] 75 for interior, and $1 75<g2 $
bushel for seacoast
NAVAL STORES.-Tho arrivals for thc past week
hiv.- been about 980 bbls-mostly r jsin. Sales have
been ru;ae at Bl 80?1 90 for No 2. Spirits turp?n
tine sold at 44Jsc ^ pallon early in the week, but
holden ask au advance. Thc stock is very light.
Thc market is firm and with an upward tendency.
Crndc turpentine sold at $2 75 per bbl for virgin.
HAY.-There have been liberal receipts of this ar?
ticle, the arrivals amount:n* to about 1600 bales oi
North Uiver and 450 kalos of Lastern qualities. Th j
Eastern was ?old at $1 35 ^ hundred, cud part of the
No. th River at SI [email protected] 25 fl hundred.
COJ?N'.-'1 hi:; grain c.mtiuutrd in vtry limited dc
maud, with uoderati arrivals from tho interior.
Teuucssce and interior com may be quoted at $1 05
?l 10 ^ bushel, weight, bags included, iu a limited
way, and good to primo Maryland white at Si 30?
1 2> %i bushel.
OATS.-Tue arrival! consist of small lot* by rail
from the interior, tb.1 whicu there is only a very
light local dcuimd. Wc qaote 85(j,90c H bushel,
weight, sacks included, as iu quality.
FI.OUK.-Thc market is w<-l) supplied with a good
stock ol Northern and Western brands, sud the ar?
ticle during the week has had au easier tendency,
Oac transactions being moderate. Wo quote North?
ern and W esteru super at $7?7 50 ? bb!. ; extra $7 75
(?8 50; family S9gl0, and extra iamlly and choice
brands at $10 50&13 bbl. i-oe them qualities arc
somewhat nominal for want of stock, (hs mirket be?
ing bar? of some grades. We quote Southern super
at $9 25(59 50 ? bbl.; extra at StOglO 50, nud family
at SH ??12 50 $ bbl.
BACON.-The market is mederatcly supplied with
meai, but the demand is vcrv light We qmoteprime
shoulders at ll)*'? 15; prime rib sides at ls,
and prime clear rib sides at 18.'ic. ~$ lb. Prime
strips aro selling at 17>ac. 9 ft. Bulk shoulders are
hold at 13c., and sides at IC','?: fa ?? lb.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-Fair receipts of new
crop Louisiana sugar and molasses arc coming to
hand. We note a good demand at ll)[email protected]??c ii ft
for common, [email protected]>ic ft for fair, and ll? 14 %?
fi tb for prime; and molasses is in good request at
SOc fi gallen fer prime New Orleans.
BUTTER.-Prime Goshen, ef which there is a
moderate stook, may be quoted at 15c fi rb. West?
ern and other lew grades sell at 30? 46c fi lb, as in
quality.
SALT.-The arrivals amount to about 8000 sacks
direct from Liverpool. The market is rather easier
under libera! arrivals, and wc quote from shipboard
at S2 fi sack, and from store at $210.
INDIA BAGGING.-The demaad is very limited
Wo quote [email protected]?c fi yard, nominal. Dundee bag- I
ging, 44 inches, 1 '4 lbs. for tho yard, is held at 30?
35c. Sea island beginer, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. for
the yard, is held at COtc 05 cents.
ROPE_The demand for rope is moderate, and
prices aro somewhat nominal at, quotations. We
quote homp at - cents fi lb.; greenlea!'at 10 cents,
and jute at 8?(S;9 cents fi pound.
IRON BANDS ANO TIES for cotton, of thc most
approved patterns, are offered on tho market, and
they are iu active demand at 7a8c %T lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a moderate
stock of this article, and tro quoto river floor?
ing boards at S13 fi M.; scantling and plauk
51 Nfc. T.' ?|i M.; timber of shipping and good mill
qualities thcro i3 a light supply on thc market
an.1 may be quoted at Sll?12 fi M. Common t's
selling at $5(S?H fi M.; and city sawed lumber at
$20? 25 fi M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool by steam, room is held
at ?d. en uplands, and ld. on sea island; by sail-,
7-lCd. ou uplands, aud ?d. on sea islands. To
Havre nominal. To thc West Indies, Cuban ports
north side, on lumber, $9 CO in gold, and S10
south side. Coastwise-To New York by steam
?c fi th on uplands, and lc. on Fea islands,
52 fi tierco oa rice; by sail, ?c. fi lb on up?
lands, and SI 60 fi tierce on rice; on boards
SH ?i M, on mawed lumber $11 fi M., on timber
SIS. To Boston, by steam, via Baltimore lc. fl Pl
on cotton and - fi tierce on rice; by sail Jfc
fi lb ou cotton, ST2 00 fi M. on rcsawed lumber
and SI 3 00 fi M. on timber. To Philadelphia, ?c,
iii lb on upland cotton by steam and -c. ~f.
lb by sail; on i>oring boards 89 fi M.; on re
sawed Tarnee-, $iu; on limber, $12 5d fi M.
To Baltimore, by steans,, cotton ?c. ; rice fi
tierce, $1 75 ; phosphates, fi 2000 lbs., $4 in
packages, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
V M S8&10. as in size; wheat fi bushel 32c, insackF.
By this line to Philadelphia on cottoB, Xe;
rice fi tierce $2 00 ; phosphate per ton, SG
in packages. To Louisville, Ey., on rice, 75c. fi
hundred. To Cincinnati 55c. To St. Louis 35c,
By sail on boards and scantling, bonce to Baltimore.
SO; on lumber $10: phosphates $5. Vessels ore in
demand at neighboring ports for lumber and timber
freights, and h'gb rates are offer sd.
EXCHANGE-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
iras nominal at 146? for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks arc purchasing
light checks on New York ? dis., 5 days ? discount.
They are selling sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers .vere yesterday buying at
?4, '.nd selling at sc.
Markets by Telegraph.
FOP.HIGN" MARKETS.
LONDON, January 7-Noon.-Cens?is 92?. Bonds
"5?. Thc specie has decreased in tbe Bank of Eng?
end f evcr..'7-four thousand pounds.
LrvsBPOOL, January 7-Noou.-Cotton quiet ; sales
10,000 bales. Shipments from Bombay to tho 2d
net, 11,000 bales. Corn, old, 3Ss. 3d. ; new, 36s.
turpentine buoyant
Two P. M.-Cotton dull;uplands, on tito spot, lld:
ifloat, 10?d; Orlean.?, ll?d. Bacon^SGs. Lani, 70s.
'erk, 92'. Od Turpentine, 29s. Cd.
Evening.-Cotton quiet and unchanged. Wheat
irm ; red Western 10s.a 18s. 3d. Provisions and pro
luce unchanged.
HAVES, January 7.-Cotton quiet, both en the
pot and afloat. Lew middling, afloat, If. 27c.
BOHESTTO MAT.KETd.
NEW YORK, January 7-Neon.-Stocks strong.
Josey. 7. Starlin;. SK- Gold. 35)?- 62's coupons,
2. Cotten dull sad drooping; middling upland?, 27.
Evening.-Cotton opened dull and declining, but
losod steady; siles 2500bales at 26?a27c. Flour
teady; shipping grades less activo, and scarcely so
Irm for ethers; bupcrfino State SC 1 Ca fi 35; Southern
ixtra quiet, common to fair extra S7al0 CO. Meat
Irooping. Corn dull, and lc lower; new white South
rn $105. Pork firmer; new $29 25. Lard firmer at
9?a20c. Whiskey steady at $1. Groceries qniet
nd duil. Naval stores quiet. Freights quiet; on
ctton by steam 5-lGa?e. Governments alosed a
hade easier;'62's, 112. Tennessee, new, 66?. North
larelina, 65; new 62?. Money easy at 7 per cent
n currency to gold. Gold firm at 35?a35?. stor?
ing 9?,
&<crsNATL Jamia-y 7.-Fleur firm. Corn de
lleing. Whiskey dull at $1. Provisions excited
ind unsettled. Sales of mess pork at $30. Bacon
shoulders held at 13al3? ; e'ear sides 18. Lard 19a
ST. Loma, January 7.-Provisions very firm. Mess
xrk held at$30. Bulk meats active and buoyant.
LoouvixLE. January 7.-M 2ss pork S30. Lard 19.
3acon shoulders ll?; clear 6ides 18?. Whiskey
ll.
WrunNGTON, N. C., January 7.-Spirits turpen
ine steady at 47c. Risin, extra No. 2, S2 15. Tur
:en(ine firm, prices unchanged. Tar d. dined 15c,
it $2 TO. Cotton, middling* 25,'ic
AUGUSTA, January 7.-Cotton easier. Opened at
15'?C but closed at 25c. Sales 680 bales; receipts
103 bale-.
NEW OHLEANS, January 7.-Colton in light de?
mand; declined Jic; middlings 25?e; sales 1700
?alcs; rccc'pls 4505; exports 8077. Gold 35?. Ster?
ling 47. Commercial 46a46?. York sight ?a? dts
couut. Sugar a.tive; advauccd ?cou all grades.
Molasses active and higher; common GOaG'J; prime
SSa70; choice 72a73.
Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON, January G.-TunrUNTTSE-Ar?
ti ves spaiingly, and i* iu demand. Only 3J bbls re
iicivcd and sold at C-3 3 J lor son, aud S2 20 for hard,
per 280 lbs.
t-nrtiTS TcnrEKTisn-Market firm and demand
active. The price baa further advauccd, acd wo
quote ?alca oiC12b'jl?at 47c for country, aud 150 do
at 47,'ic per gillon ter N. Y. pac?ase*.
ROSIN-ts ni rcqut st au.l thc market rules steady.
Sales of Rill bbls at S2 for strained and No 2, *2 05
lei" No 2, and $3 25 for Ko 1.
TAB-Has alvarccd 2Cc, coil 218 bbls changed
hands at $226per bbl.
COTTON-auks cf only t c bales ol C5?c fer mixed
grades.
Daily Kcvicwof tUc JJIncou Mnrkct.
MON AT AFTERNOON, January 5, 18G9.- COTTON.
We have to uote a brisk and a jtive market' to-day
orde s being plenty, aud buyers seeming to be
anxious takers at thc advance. Our mirkot opened
with a steady demand at 25c for New York mid?
dlings, sud ail thc better grades iu proportion; aud
this continued up to thc close of Mic market-the
day's transactions footing up thc heaviest amount
of (he seasou.
We learned of the sale of 51 bales at 2P?c, but as
this Wal not disposed of to a regular dealer, and
was bought for a spacial purpo c. we cannot quoto
that f\.;ure as the rub'sg price
Wc quote: Ordinary to good ord-'nary lSa21. good
rrdinary 22?, lew middling 24, Liverpool middling
24)-', New York middling 25. sales of tho day lu70
bales; receipts 218. and shipments 3-9 bales.
MACON N STATEMENT.
Stock September 1, lui . 1,326
Received to-dav. 218
R. cei ved previous ! y.41,851-12,069
Total. 13.?95
Shipped to-day. 339
Shipped previously.2i,085-28,424
Stock on hand tiis evening..'. 11.971
Rasla ville Market.
XASHVILLE, January 4.-COTTON-Another ad?
vance reported Sn Liverpool and New York to-day.
and our market throughout ihe day was strong, and
demand good. Wo heard of a few lots to-day cora
imind me as high ns 25c, but the bulk ol' low mid ling
changed bauds at 21 '^c. The market CIOM d timi at
the following quotation! : ordinary 23c; good ordina?
ry 24c; low midd ini 21 ???c. 1 he transactions of trio
day fuoied up as follows: receipts 209; sales 292;
sh patents 217.
COTrON STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1, 18C6. CO
Received to-tbv.209
Received previously.20,271-20,450
Tofil. 2C.510
Shipped to-day.217
Shipped previously. 19,200-19.417
Sto k on h md. 1,123
COHN-The transactions to-day amounted to J"75
bushels ct 50c in the car. 53 for prime white shelled,
and C7, sacks included, delivered in depet.
RTE-Wc heard ot sales to day of300 bnshrls Irom
store, on private ternis, aud also u salo of 150 bush?
els inferior at SI 05.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad
January 7.
51 bales Upland aud 4 bales Sea Island Cotton, 50
bb.'s Naval Stores. 50 bushel < Rough Rice, Md(o, Atc.
To Street Bros k Co. ii W Williams k Co. Caldwell k
Son, M Goldsmith & Sou, Frost k Adgcr, Mowry k
Co, Eirkpatrick k Witte, J F O'Neill iz SOD, H Dis
choff&Co, Stenhouse k Co, F Stauuea, Bavenel k
Co, Farrar k Barnett, and Gaillard k Minott.
Exports of Klee. Naval Stores and lrxva
ncr from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to January 7, 1869
POUTS.
Boston.
New York.
Philadelphia.
Baltimore.
New Orleans.
Mobile.
Providence, RI_
Other ?. S. Ports...
Total Coastwise
Tierces.
891
6,232
61G
2,186
66
103
?44
N. STOBES. L?UBEE.
Barrels.
6,082
3,216
200
1,324
Barcelona.
Majorca k a Market
West Indies.
Halifax, NS.
St Johns, N B....
London.
Bristol, Eng.
Liverpool.
Havre.
Montevideo.
Gro.it Britain. ..
Total Foreign..
Grand Total..
11,2??' 11,451
10,773
11,228'
22 224
Feet.
601.000
2,000,987
1,101,698
1,074,000
64G.O00
108,000
6,431,635
490,069
288,723
778,797
6,210,432
Comparative Pixporis uf Cotton, from
tin Pert ot Charleston..
EXPOl'.TED TO
Liverpool.
Other British Ports.
SKA ISLAND.
Bales.
Total to Great Britain...
Havre .
Other Trench Ports.
Total to France..
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
>outh of Europe.
.Vest Indies, fcc.
Total Foreign Ports.
Boston.
Rhode Island, -e.
New York.
Philadelphia.
Baltimore aud Nor. ilk....
Other United Slates Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Grand Total.
CT-LANS.
Bales.
679 j 14.9C3
.... I
14,968
C79
14
i',?:?
"is
38
1,423
2,102
141
15,109
2,037
880
65,217
?.615
9,836
C9,c85
84.694
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NOTE.-Wo hare dcdncietl Irom New Orlcun-i
16,561 baies l'pland, fix Ul Mobile 5252 bales, irom
Savauuah :!!15 hays Se:t Trla?ul aiul ... bale? Ul?
luud-and from Cherleston 1710 lagn-ea Island and
154 b iles Ui-?anti, thc qoantibes received at those
ports trom ?lobile. Monda, Tesas mu. savannah.
.Steele? ol' t ottan in tlM Interior Towns
not luclttdetl in thc i : ccu \n -
Anirnsta. Ga.Jau.ur.v 5
Macon, Geo.January 5
Columbas. Geo.Jamurv 1
Montgomery. Ala..lavuary 3
Memphis Venn.January 2
Nashville. Tenn.....*..January 2
Total.
00,012
Consignees per S-onth Carolina italiroau
January 7.
900 bales Cotton. 63 Vales Domestic. 10 casks Ba?
con, 10 i>bls Molasses, f.5 pkgs l ard, 74 bbls Naval
Stores. 9 cars Wood, 4 cara Lumber, and 1 ear Stott.
To I.ailroad Agent, Pelzer, Rod?eis k Co, Willis k
Chisnhn, T n k W Oewece, G H Uoppoek. G H Wal
ter k Co, G W Williams fc Co, Johustot', Crews k Co,
Frost & Ad?er, Wardlaw k Carew, A J Salinas, R H
Hamey, Reeder k Davis, DowliDg k Co. R C >hnn>
ir Co, 1? Bicrnan, W K Ryan, J ii Arten k Co, Thurs
1 ou k Holmes, J HanckcL J Frank. II Cobia i: Co. B
O'Neill, King k Gibbon, F D C Kracke, T Tupper k
Sons, and Moffat 4: Wharton.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
ARTICLES.
BAGGING, yara
Dandee. 30 '? 06
Gunny Cloth. 20K# 21 Ju
BALE ROFE. ft ft-Manilla. - 2 _
Western. 8 ? \1%
Jue........ 8K<a 9
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary te Good Ordinary. 21 (?? 25>?
Lew Middling. 26 @ -
Middling to Strict Middling. 20K? 27
Good Middling. - 'rt -
Sea Island..-.. G8 ? 1.30
COFFEE, ft rb-Rio.I 20 @ 26
Lagnarra. 2h % -
Java. 35 @ 10
I FERTILIZERS
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos. 65.00 @ -
Potato Fertilizer. 60.00 (fa -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 ? -
Bone Floor. 65.00 @ -
Doublo Bell ned Poudrettc. 38.00 ra) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 @ -
Peruvian Guano, ty iou. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guata, ft 2600 lt 1. 65.00 Q -
Pheonix Guano. 55.00 2 -
Baugh's Phosphnfe, 9 2000 lbs... CO.00 ii -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2060 lbs... 65.00 @ -
Mapes'SuperPhosphate,?! 2000 lb 65.00 (2 -
Zel?'s Raw Bono Phosphate. 65.00 (?a -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 66.00 (4 -
Woolstou's Phosphate of Lime..- .j 65.09 d') 00
Croasdalc's Gen. Super-Phos. net | 60.00 (Si 80
Bowers'Complete Manure, net... CO.00 (rt 00
Sar-ly's Phospho Peruvian, cash. C5.00 @ 00
Sauly's Pacific Uua::o, cash. 60.?0 (S CO
FLOUE, ft bbl-Super. 7.00 0 7.50
Northern and Western Extra. 7.75 @ 8.50
Ballimore Bx tra. - fm -
Southern-Super. 9.36 (it) 9.50
Extra.10.00 (810.50
Family.11.?0 (812.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ft bushel.; 85 0 90
Western Oats, ft bushel. 85 (a) -
Corn, ft bushel. 1.12 (di 1.25
BAY, ft cwt.-North River. 1.20 (to 1.25
Eastern.I 1.35 (?j _
L UMBER, ft M. ieet- I
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.150.90 ?55.00
White Pino, geod run.138.00 (UHO.OO
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ft/26.00
Boards, ft M. feet-Rough.,12.00 (315.80
Grooved and Tongued....?28.00 @32.80
MOLASSES, ft gallon-Cuba.| 42 2 -
Muscovado. Gija? -
Sugar House. 50 (t) 1.00
New Orleans. - Cal -
NAVAL STORES, ft bbl-Tar.... - @ -
PiUh. - lit -
Rosin, Pale. - @ _.
Rosin, Ne. J.I - g) -
Rosin, Ne. 2.1 1.88 @ 1.90
Rosie, Ne. 3. - ($ _
Spirits Turpentine, ft Killen.... | 42J?M -
OJ itu ut. %4 IO.* i 16 (?a _
NklLS-An.encan, 4<?28d, ft keg., j 5.50 @ 7.80
POWDBR-Dupont's, F.F.F. g....I 6.70 @
Dupont's, F.F.F.| 6.60 (? .
Dupont's, Blasting.I 4.25 ?
PROVISIONS-^ ft
Baeon, Haas, ft lb.| - @ -
Becoa., Sides.I 18 (ai 18;a'
Bacon, Shoulder?. 14 J.J'rt 15
Baeon, Strips.I - 17
Lard, in keg.| - @ _
Butter.I 36 0 60
etoeee. 16 Q 30
Potatoes, ft bbl. - @ -
Onieas. - an _
Apples. - u<a -
RICE-Carolina, ft rb. 7 @ 8>?
Bast India. - @ _
5/1 ?7"-Liverpool, coarse, ft aaok.. 2.00 tai 2.10
Liverpool, fine. - A _
SUGAR, ft ft-Baw.j 13 @ 14
Porto Bieo.i u @ 10
Mnwovat1'.j 13 @ 15
Passengers*
Per steamship Saragossa, for Now York-John
ClifforJ, W Harrison, E G Bor. euc and lady, James
Nolon, W Case, W J caihhan, Peter Andrews, H
Boin, lady and ch id, John Bann, Thomas Bann, D
Sullivan, and 2 in steerage.
Per steamers! Helena.1 rem Edisto and Rockville
John Townsend, W J Graham, M S Lee. J M Sea?
brook, E M Bavnard and son, E Townsend. P Wha?
ler, B J Whaley, T O Murray, J R Wescoat, H McKee,
M P&ultliBg. J Mackav, H Canpolman, W D J Pope,
C H Bailey, H M Mikel!, Major J JenVins, Mies La
Roach, Mr Schaffer, E Bates, A Huggins, E B Sea?
brook. F M Whale}-, C Seele, J Eddiugs. Mrs M E
Miketl, Miss Hopkin?, Miss Smith, W Dunn, W ,
Whaley, Major Whaley, F E Bailey, 8 Fegartie, WF
Elfe. J M Jenkins, P A Emanuel and wile. Miss J E
Gibbes, Mrs Seabrook, ani 15 on deck.
farine ito.
l?ort of Charleston. January 8.
FORTS: C/Vi,ffiNDAK.
PHASES OF THC MOON.
Last Quarter, Bub, 1 hours, 2 minutes, morning
Now Moon, 12th, 1 hours, 33 inimit?s, evening.
First Quarter, 20tk, 7 h oui-, U mia u tes, evemng,
FuU Moon, 27th, 8 heurs, 10 minutes, evoning.
JAKTUBY.
8U5
HISTS. I BETS.
MOOK
BISES.
niGH
WATan.
4 Monday....! 7.. 6
6 Tuesday.... 7.. 6
6 Wednesday. 7.. 6
7 Thursday... 7.. 6
8 Friday. 7.. 5
9 ?Saturday... 7.. 5
10 Uunday. 7.. 6
6.. 6 i morn. ? 12..39
G.. 8 13.. 7 1..25
C.. 7 I..10 I 2..26
6.. 8 ! 2..11 . 3..3?
6.. 9 3..12 4..87
5..10 4.. 8 6..22
5..ll I 5.. 1 6..10
Arrived Yesterday.
Rtitibh bark Black Brothers, Perry, Bermuda, 15
days. Ballast. To the Master.
bleep Julio, irom Cooper River. 12:0 bushols
Rough Rice. To WmGurno;-.
Steamer St Helena, Rumley, t'dlste and Rockville-.
24 bags Sea island Cotton, b bugs Seed Cotton, and
Md?. To J ll Murray, Burns t? Frgart?o, Willis k
Chisolm, Gailkvid ck Minott, G H Boppock, G Oarety,
I raser ic Dill, L D DeSauesurc, E Rates & Ce, G W
Clark & Co, und 01 hers.
Cleared Yesterday.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, Hew York-Ravcnel
Co.
Sailed Yesterday.
Steannhip Saragossa, Ryder, New York.
Steamship Ahearn*. Lim burner, New York.
Sehr Myrovcr. Brown, New York.
From this Port.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York, Jan G.
Up for this Pori.
8chr Ada A Andrews, Robins, at Baltimore, Jan G.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New York, Jan 5.
Steam-hip Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, Jan 5.
Sailed for this Port.
Sc'jr H Simmons, Godfrey, iroci Salem, Masf, Jan 2.
LIST Ulf V??:SSK1,>
W, CLEARED AND SAILED IOU THIS 1-QJ.?
FOREIGN
LIVERPOOL.
Stcnnship Golden Hom, McBjatu, up.Va -
ALLOA.
Ibo Jane. Carson, sailed.Oct 21
LOTH,
ne Harkaway, Horton, sailed.Oct 21
Ike Euighed< u, Ifarllcuilaul. failed.Nov 19
HAVANA.
Spanish pola?rc Marli, Feet, sailed.Dec 25
. CIO'FCEUOS.
Spanish polacroVestal, -, Balled..Doc lu
D O M E % T f C..
WISCASSET, ME.
Sehr Atalanta, Tuc.:er, sailed.Dec 18
ROCKXA.SD, ME.
Sehr Wm Jones, UcKeao, up.Dec 22
SALEM, MASS.
Sehr li S mmous, '?i.dffey, sailed.Jjn
NEWPORT, E. L
Schi James WWI chouse, Jones, sailed.De: 28
BOSTON.
Sehr S F. Cerson, Brown, up.Lee 26
sehr Charles B Raymond, Higgins, cleated...Dec 20
tren volts.
Steamship James A''ger, Lockwood, cleared... Jan 5
Kehr E H Furber, Colt, np.Dec 23
Sehr Robert Caldwell. McCormick, up.Dec 23
Sehr J W Maitland, Laixblou,np.Jau :i
Sehr Annio E Glover, ferris, cleared.Doc 23
Sehr J L Leach, ?lsfford, cleared.De : -2
Behr Ne! ie Carr, Lanai ll, cleared.Dec ?il
Scar A G Ireland, Townsend, cleared.Bec 31
FHILABELPHIA.
Sehr Albert'I bornas, Bougera, cleared.Dec 31
Bteam?ie A?iauco, li?!?nn, cleared.Doc 14
Sehr Charles li Pago. D'jttgltty, sailed.Dec 13
UlLTiaiOBB.
Steamship Falcon, Boraey, cleared.Jan
Sehr A?a A Andrews, ltoolst, un.Ja-i 5
MST OF SlilPPISU
In thc Pori of Cliariciton, January 7.
VBilCSLi Vr-DZlt 100 TOSS. AND STEAMERS COAST1.VQ
WITHIN Titi: STATE EXCLPrEU.
STEAMSHIPS.
Manhattan. 1137 ton?>, Wondhull, at Adgcr's wharf
for New Vor?, loading-James Adijcr k Co.
SHIPS.
Owepo, 973 ton?, Po.?'., at At'aulic wharf, 1er Liver
pool, loadiuti-W B Muitti 'i Co.
Scottwood (Dn, 743 tour, YsMnau.at Doyco's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading-it Jlure ,\: Co.
Peoro Piaudtilit (SiMUiisbl. 824 tons, Amens sal. at
Atlantic wharf, lor Liverpool, iouding-W P Halb
Gorilla (Bri, 755 Inns. Josos, at Atlantic whan, from
Liverpool, wailing-B Mnrc k Co.
Richard Ut, t'?.'. tons, Wood, at ?enromedation
whorl, fom Liverpool, dhoharginj-Master.
Muscor.f us (Br). 791 tons. Groves, ut Boyee'd wharf,
fi om I iverpoi'l. discharging-R More k Co.
Amelia, 683 loan. Borehnm. al Kerr's whorl, fur Liv
orpwd. loading-Patterson k Stock.
Graham's Polloy, - tons, Burgess, in thc Stream,
from Antwerp, just arrived- Patlersou k Slock.
BARKS.
Borneo (Br), 705 tons. Card, at Boyce i Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure k Co
Lizzie H, 896 tons, Spring, at Brown k Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loa iug-Street Bros k Co.
Gauss (N G), C55 tons, Cluvcr, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-G A Hopley k Co.
Monueguash (Bri, 524 tons, Murray, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, wniticg-R Mure k Co
Fgeria, 640 tons, Sarrett. at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading-Patterson k stock.
W G Putnam (British), 700 tons Bichara, at Atlantic
wharf, fat Liverpool, loading-Willis sc Chisolm.
Olimpia (Spanish), 481 tons, Pens, at Brown's wharf,
frem Clenfuegos, walling-W P Ball.
Agra (Bri ish), Sfttons, Fulhnore, at Vandethom's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharg'ng-Raverel k
Co.
Kamma Fondor (Banlshl, 354 tons. Erogh, at Atlan?
tic wharves, irom Liverpool, discharging-Willis
k Chiaolm.
Tho Queen (Br), - tens, Cook, in the Stream, from
Stranrean, Scotland, just arrived-It Maro k Co.
Black Brothers (br), - tons, in the Stream, from
Bermuda, just arrived-Master.
BRIGS.
Pensativo. (Spanish) 211 ton*, Tails, at Uuion wharf,
for Barcelona, loiding-P J EttUfi J.
Eurus, 149 teas, Willey, at Palmetto wharf, from
Point Perre, Guad, Wilting- Master.
Hampden, 150 tons, Gatt, ia the Stream, from Mar
Unique, just arrived-Master.
Croton, notons, lUlliams, at Marsh's wharf, from
Havana, discharging-I A Enaiow 4: Co.
SCHOONERS.
L S Davis, 320 lops, Bishop, ot Kerr's wharf, for
Providence, loading-Master.
Annio Barton, - tous, iu Ashley Uiver, for Ches?
ter, Pa. loading-H F Baker i Co.
B N Hawkins, 39G tons, Wyatt, at Adger's wharf, for
Besten, nady-W Roach k Co.
Arctic, 194 tons. Ogden, in ABliley River, fer Balti?
more, loading- W Roach k Co.
Union Flag, ?97 tons, Malonv, in Ashley River, for
Philad' lphi ', loading-H F Baker k Co.
Ranger, 9G tons, Goo ;i jg, at Bennett's wharf, for
West ludtoj, loading-1 Tapper k ions.
Jos W Wilsen, 271 tons, Somers, iu Achier River,
for a Northern Port, rca ly-H F Bake.- .V Ce.
Mary Riley, 938' toim. R'lcy, al Cen'ral wnarf, fer
Philadelphia, lotdiug-Budu k Blake.
F M Fitzpatrick, 212 tons. Smith, at Palmetto whan,
from Philajelphia- H F Baker k Co.
Surprise, 219 lons, Symnies, at Central wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker 4: Co.
Abbie Pitmm, 287 ten?, Lembat, at N E Railroad
wharf. Lem boston, discharging-Master.
Jonas Smith, 397 ton-. Nichols, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, diseharging-Wm Roach k Co.
H N Squire, 307 ion-. Chare, at A E Railroad wharf,
ii-om Wood's Hole, discharging-Master.
Willie Martin, 152 tons. Collins, at Brown's wharf,
(rom Portland, Me, discharging-T 1 upper k
Sons.
Mary EVanclr-af, - tons, McCobb, at Central wharf,
ii om Reckport, Mc, discharging-A McCobb, Jr.
Mai y D Haskell, 3J5 tons. Barber, at ( cutral wharf,
for Boston, loading-H F itaker k Co.
Soft*.
MARVIN'S
PATENT
Alum & Dry Plaster
FIRE PROOF
SAFES
Are most desirable for quality,
. finish and price. /
MARVIN'S
SPHERICAL BURGLAR
SAFES
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
BANK VAULTS,
VAULT DOORS,
EXPRESS BOXES,
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
COMBINATION LOCKS
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
?o . . ol (265 Broadway, New York.
Principal )m chestnntJ8t Pbi]a.
Warehouses j108Bank St>, Cleveland.O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
United States,
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CHAItLKi?TOfV
December 29 y
Drugs, ?l)cuiirclj, &.
AYb&'ii Cit: KUY PECTORAL
For Diseases of (lao Throat
ami Lungs, such as Coughs,
Cold?, IV hooping Cough,
ilronchitis, A s t h m a and
Consumption.
PROBABLY NEVER BEFORE IN THE WHOLE
history of medicine bjsan.Ythii.? won SJ wi lely and
so decp'y upon the confidence of mankind as
this excellent remedy tor pulm?n':y complaints,
'i hiou';h a long sc -ie.- of yea?*, and ?mju.? moat ot
the races o?iucu, it his ri* u liiglitr a-id hi.-her in
their e tirru'io::, aa i' has become better known. Its
uniform character and i ower to cure the various af?
fection* ff thc muss and throat, have made it known
as a reliable protector -jga-ust them. While a.-iap'od
to milder forms of dise sc and to young children, it
is ct the snme time tho most effectuai remedy that
can he g'veu for incipient consumption, and thc dan
gerou. affectifs of the throat und lung.-?. As a pro
fitton a. aitist sudden n'tacks of troup, it shouid be
kept on baud iu every tamil/, aud Indeed, as all are
sometimes subject to colds aud cough;!, uU should
bo provided with this antidote for them.
Alihuu ;h settle i COXSU?IPTIOH 'S thought incura?
ble, still great nuinb-rs ot cases where the discaso
seemed Het'leJ luve been completely erred, and
thc pati J t restored to sound health by the CHERR?
PccroRAr. i o complete ?3 its nin?stery over the dis?
onara ol thc Lunes and Threat, that the mest ob?
stinate of them yield to ir. Wtttn nothing oise could
reach t'lem, under tbs turnar PitCZOlux they sub?
side and disappoar.
srsoEBs JL>D PUBLIC SIT-UIESJ find great protec?
tion from it.
ASTU?U ii always relieved atid often wholly cured
by iL
BUONCHITIS ia general Iv cured by taki. g the CHEE?
RY PECTORAL it, small and frequent doses.
So generally arj its viriute known that we need
notpuollsh th- cern neates rf thom iif>re, or do mere
than aSJuro thc public that its qualities ar? fully
.maintained.
Ayer's Cathartic Pills,
FOB ALL THE PUItFOSFS OF A FAMILY
PHTSJf',
Aro so compos \1 that disease within thoranieof
their action cnn rarely withstand or evade them.
Their penetrating properties search, and clo.use,
nnd invigorate every portion of the luiaiaa organ
irm. correcting its diseased action, and rest ring its
healthy vitalities. As a consequence ot'theie pro
pertitf?. Ihe isvalid whrj is how- down with paia or
phyai .. 1 detr Uti y is-istou.lshe-1 to fiad his health or
eucr::y rortoreJ hy a rcmetiy Lt once to simple aud
iuviti g.
Not only dn they eure Ihe every-day complaints
of everybody, b-.it L?O many formidable aud dangcr
ons diseaie.?. 'ihe a??::it below tiam?d is ? leased to
fursi.h gratia ruy Amer eau Aim nae, containing
certificates of their enres and directions fot tkeir
usc in tho followirg complaints : Costiveness,
Heartburn. Hcidach* arising from diterdor ef
Stomach, Nausea. Indigestion, Pain In and Morbid
Inaclt n of the Bowels, Flatulency, Loss of Appe?
tite, Jaundice, and ether kindred complaints, aris?
ing from a low state ef the body* or obtrudion of
its functions. They aro an excellent al tent i TC 1er
the renovation of the blood aud thc restoration of
tone and strength to the sytcm debilitated by dis?
ease.
PREPARED BY
Dr. J. C. AYER & CO.,
Lowell. Mass.
Sold at wholesale, by DOWIE k MOIsL,
Charleston, S. C.. and by Uctnil Druggists cvory
where. fmw3mo3 D*C December 25
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HEG EM AN & CO.,
Agents in New York?
MANUFACTURED BY
C. F. PAKKKTN,|
Chemist and Apetkecary,
No. 13 3 Meeting-street|
CHARLESTON, S. C.
jgg- For sale by Drug?risls everywhere.
PBICE :
By single bottle.$1
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