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THE BAILY NEWS.
BT ALFRED TEXNTSON.
How parc at heart and sound in bead,
With what divine affections bold.
Should bethe min whose thought would hold
An hour's communion with the dead.
In vain ahalt thou, or any, call
The spirits (rom their golden day,
Except, like them, thou too canst say,
My spirit is at peace with al'.
Ihev haunt the silence o? the breast.
Imaginations calm and lair,
The memory like a c ou Hess air,
The conscience as a sea at test
But when the heart is full of din,
And doubt beside the portal waits,
They can but listen at the gates,
And hear the household jar within.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postoince at
Charleston, for the week ending JANUARY- 14,
1869, and printed officially in TUE DAILY NEWS, as the
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"WOUVTEISJ 'S LIST.
Adderson.Hester Grey. Sarah Peronneau, Miss
B isden. Sarah B Hazell, Kate N C
Beaban, Agnes J He:i 'er-on, Em- Pleasant:, Miss
Bowman, Mrs B ma F M
Bradford, Sarah Hecdman.Miss C Pratte, Mrs E J
Buckmyer, Mrs C Richardson, Fan
Butler, Betsy Hinken, Miss R nie
Bythewood, Sa- Hill, Ann Roberson, Susan
rah Honer ry, Mrs M E
Brown, Mrs M M Homes, Mrs S Roberson, Ellen
Caldwell, Miss M Homes Mag?y Rodrick, Mrs J
C Jdes, Hago ?Russell, Mrs M
Calder, Sarah Jeffords, Emma C
Carter, Mary Jervy, Mrs Seymour, Mrs W
Caatlon, Mary B Kenny. Sarah W
j Caldwell, Miss M Kennedy, airs P -cu dd er, Mrs D
Cheeseborough, B M
Mattie King, Miss E sham, Mrs F
Cokely, Mary Kelly, Ann Jane sheridan, Mrs E
Corde*. Elisa M Keckloy, Mrs M J ihier. Mary
Cook, MissE Latheeott, Mrs L Shepherd, Miss
Cowians, Sarah Lathrop, Mrs S MA
A E Singleton, Dean
Cohn. Mrs R Lawton. Maria [ na
Cradle, Mrs C (2) Leonard, Mary A Smyth, Mrs H R
Creighton, Mrs J 0 b'nobr, Mas E
Damor, Mrs M L Lecy, Mrs M Spencer, Miss K
Davis, Miss C Legree, Sarah Smith, Sarah
Daisey, Mary A Meryck, Annie .- mi th. Mary
Deancy, Mrs C M aran t, Anna timms, Mrs C F
Davis, Jane Mci deo, Urs T Tucker, Ann A
Dewigers, Mrs M W thomas, Mrs M
Doyle, Mr- Moran, Ella Tennent, Eliza
Dodds, Mrs B Murdock, Mrs M Terrell, Yergenta
Eas terby. Julia Murry, Sarah Yantine, Annie
Ed gee on, Sarah Mnrxenmaler, Von GI i tin. Anna
Evins, Hrs H Miss C Wald, Miss M
Felder, Mus C Macoalpire, Miss WagoDe?, Flora
Finley, Mrs CG S Weich, Mrs A H
Gaynoo, Miss B McCormick,*] iss Weldon, Miss L
Gilyard, Miss E M Wena elken, Miss
Gaillard, Mrs W McDanile. Marj A
D Nolan, Ann Weinberg, Julia
Gaurs, Miss C Nolan, Mrs T Washington,
Gibbes, Miss M O'Brlan, Mis V Miss P
H 0 Wig fall. Miss S
Giles, Roxey Parker, Sarah Williams, Jane
Geradeau, Annie Peronneau, Miss Wilson, Mrs M A
Gronetine, Miss N (Warner, Nellie
F . .
Alstor, J A Hall, James MMer, Herrn D
Baker, Benjamin bayne, Robert McDowell, J C
Balley. H M Hart, O H, late Nelson, William
Beitz, Kons tan- Brevet Major- Norwood, James
tine General USA R
Bischoff, JCW Hardy. Gustav Osbourne, Nep
Briant, George William tune (col'd)
Brown, Rev Harr, J P Patrick, EU
Francis Hahn, John Parsons, C M
Birk, Edmond Beacken, Master Parker, Alfred
Burdell, Thomas c wari ea F Patrick, John
Calhoun,William Hess, B J Davis
A Hewins, Charles Perry. H H
Campbell, T S Phoenix, B W
Carey, Thomas Saith. Frank Porter, A S
Cambell, James Jerman, Warren Price, John
Caba, Jack (col'd) W Redpath, D C
Chase, C Thurs- Joinnor, John J Rlstig, H W
ton Johnsen, Capers Bogers, Walter
Clark, Edward Johnaton, Eaw'd S
Conroy, P (col'd) Robertson, Mr
Council!, T W Jones,FN-k Bro Rodden, Lanie!
Cooke, W H Kelly, J R Ross, D B
Croghan,6tephen Kelley, Dr Jo- Rokrum,William
Deease, Edward soph R Elexander
Dixon, Thomas Ruck, Johann Shurlock, George
Dickerson,James King-street, No W
Draton, Jacob 307 featon, J W
Drayton, Amos King-street, Ne Sn 1th, William
Esnard, Peter I 677 >mitn, E A
Peen an. Michael Lawton. Wm G Smith, Ge? A
Fifield, Watson Loyd, Joseph Spink, Alonzo
. H Locera, John Stein, Charley
Finley, James B Lound, iivrous Stroub, J W
X Lowry, William Steele, Wm B
Flynn, James Marshall, GIE G Steele, John
Gadsden Amos (Meredith, Rich'd Sweezy, Will H
(col'd man) Mellis, Jacob ' Taylor, E J ft Co
Gartner, Peter Middleton. Natt Thompson, G W
Girardeau. 8 C Machen, Frank Titania, M B
Gibbons, John Mitchell, Wm roomer, Law
(col'd) Miller, Mr renee
Goodwin, Reu- Mitchell, George Whittaker, S M
ben T (col'd) White, R L
Gose, Elijah Morroud, Jno Wilkerson, Ben
Gourdin, Wm 8 Morton, W R jamin
Grant, Jacob Morgoun, Lords White, Laffoty
Greene, Martin Momier, C Williams. Harry
Guyton, NH Moore, Thomas j Wood, B H
Haynes, Hon EE Murray, James Ziegler, Master
Hall J H i to A WO
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Office. January 16
Tin Charleston Money Market.
THCBSDAT. January 14, 1869.
During the week business bas been limited in j ?
amount, but our closing quotations show an im
provemcnt of $3 00 in South Cerolina Railroad shares,
and the same advance ba Greenville and Columbia
bonds. It is somewhat difflm't to give a correct
quotation for city stock, but it may be called 55a6G, I '
with but little effsring.
SOUTHERN HANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.42 @00
Bank of Charleston.42 @M>
Bank of Chester.10 (goo
Bank of Georgetown.10 (SOO
Bank of Hamburg.6 @09
Bank of Newberry.41 @42
Bank Of Sooth Carolina.ll @00
Bank of State of 8 Carolina, prior to 18G1.20 ?00
Bcjik of 8 ta to of ti. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
1861. 6 ? 6
Commercial Bank. Columbia. 1 ?C0
Bxchange Bank, Columbia.10 ?00
Farmers' and Exehange Bank, Charleston. .0 @90
Merchant's Bank,Cheraw.0 @oo
People's Baak, Charleston.60 @00
Planter's Bani of Fairfield. 6 @00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Oharlesten.26 ta oo
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank,CharlMton. 4 ?o o
Union Bank, Charleston.88 <tf 80
etty of Charleston Change Bills.95 (geo
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.so @00
BONDS. STOCKS ASO eoe POM a.
City of Colombia Bonds.65 @G0
City of Colombia Coupons.65 Q,0U
. Sooth Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
iwhole shares).46 @00
Soutk Carolina Railroad (half shares).22}?@oo
S C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.Ti goo
S. C. B. R. 8even Ter Cent. B'ds,.83 @83?i
S. C. Railroad Ce" Jflcate of Indebtedness.60 jr 00
City of Charlei'.on Six Per Cent. Stock_53 @5G
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.G5 @70
Stare of South Carolina Bonds (old).65 @67
State of Sooth Carolina Bonds (new issue.
of January 1,1867).62 @65
State of Booth Carolina Stock.63 goo
' State of South Carolina Coupons.69 ?00 *
People's National Bank Stock.par.
First National Bank Stock.par.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.45 @G0
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
Northeastern R. R. In* Mortgage Bonds.82 (?00
Northeaster* R.B. 1st Coupons (past due).60 @U0
Northeastern R.R. Certificates of Indebted?
Charleston Gos Company Stock.20 ?21
ehariesto? City Railway Stock.50 @00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
?State guarantee).4? $41
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 @00
Otty of Savannah Bonds.86 (988
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1866).96 @00
Orty of Savannah Coupons (das after 1st
June, 1806).96 @00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .60 @08
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.8T (?soo
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .93 @W)
Exports for the Week ending Tnursaay
LIVERPOOL-Per ship 0wego-382 bags Sea Island
and 2709 bales Upland Potion.
A PORT IN PORTO RICO-Per sehr Ranger-64,
174 feet Pitch Pine Lumber, and 9C00 Shingles.
PROVIDENCE, B I-Per sehr Union Flag-180,114
feet Lumber._Per sehr Lewis S Davis-904
bales Upland Cotton.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-71 bags
Sea Island and 1222 bales Upland Cotton, 86 casks
Clay, 40 bales Tobacco, 127 bales Domestics, 64
pkgs Sundries, and 65 pkgs Fruit... .Per steam?
ship James Adger-917 bales Upland and 106
biles Sea Island Cotton, 63 tierces Rice, 50 casks
Clay, 10 bales Yarn, and 92pkgs Sundries... .Per
steamship Magnolia-100 bags Sea Islwd and
1082 bales Upland Cotton, 127 bales Yarn, 132
tierces Rice, 14 pkgs Fruit, 75 casks Clay, and 38
BALI I MO HE-Per steamship Falcon-CIS ba'es Up?
land Colton, 100 bales Vam, 140JS berces Rice,
.lihhdslron, 12 hhdsBid-?, 4 bales HidC3, 53
hbls Rosiu, 10 I undies Leather, 17 Packages, and
4 Horses and Wagon.... I'cr sehr Arctic-125,000
Jeet Flooring Boards and Plink.
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Maxy Riley-217 bales
Cotton. 117 cask3 Rice. 13 bale? Rags, S'l t- ns
Tennessee Marble. 30 to-'S American Pig Iran, "5
tons Old Irop, and 125 Empty B rrcls.
CHESTER, PENA- Per sc'.T Anna Barton-130,000
THE CH A It JU E ST O.V MARKET.
[FOB THE WEEK ENDING THVUSPAT, JANUAR? 14.]
COTTON.-During most of the week the staple
had a very firm and advancing character, thc Eng?
lish market strengthening from U$UJa', 11>4'@
11','d. lo U}?@ll%? fi lb f jr middhug uplands;
ct New York the article improved from 28 to 28>i@
29, 28?i@?9, and 29>.i@2U>?c. fi lb for New York
ruddlings; and under these advances tho. fibre at
this point hardened, and middling uplands, which
commenced at 26c fi lb, moved up tt, 26>i, 28?28}ic.
fi lb, prices afterwards softening to 28c. fi lb for this
grade, but cloeing yesterday at 28Kc. fi lb.
The great centres h.ve shown the following move?
ments during the week, as reported by telegraph:
At Liverpool on Frilay, January 8th. tho staple
closed firmer, sales 12,000 bales, uplands lld: on the
same day at New York the article was lc higher,
sales 10,000 bales at 28c fl lb. On Saturday the for?
mer was active, sales 20,000 bales, uplands ll '8a
llJi'd; the latter was 5?@lo better but closed quiet,
sales 28>i@29c li lb. On Monday thc former was
active, sales 15.000 bales, uplands ll^'d; the latter
opened firm it but closed quiet, soles 3500 bales at
28J?C fi ft- On Tuesday the former was firm- r but
not higher, sales 12,000 bales, uplands ll)?d; thc
latter closed Atm, Bale's 4800 bales, at 28??c fi lb.
On Wednesday the former was activo and advanced,
sales 20.0C0 bales, upltnds lljxd; the latter was
more active and fully >?o better, Eales 11,000 bales at
29.1?cfi lb. Yesterday tbe former was more active,
sales 15,000 hales, uplands ll??@ll*?d; the latter
was firm at 29)?c, with sellers asking higher rotes.
Thc arrivals for the week have been 203 bags of
sea islands and Floridas, and 7083 bales of uplands,
against 391 bags of sea islands and Floridas, and 46:6
bales ot uplands the week before, and 328 bags of
sea island-; and 6815 biles of uplands for the corres?
ponding time last year. The receipts were lrom the
following sources, say of uplands, per South Carolina
Biilroad 6268 biles; per Northeastern Railroad 178;
fromGeorgetowu, S. C., 56; from the Peedee 26S;
from Savannah, 14; of sea islands, per Nert ti eastern
Railroad. 22; Edisto 24; Beaufort 43; Savannah 39;
The transitions and prices prevailing in this
market since our lost weekly report hove been as fol
On Friday, January 8, the demand began without
animation, and some transactions took place on a
tiasis of 26c fi lb for ra ddling--, but on receipt of
telegram during the forenoon from New York an
nouncing an improvement of Hz fi lb at that point,
sellers hardened their tates, and l'mited operations
transpired at 26J? 2 fi ft for middlings ; but factors
In some instances decline 1 these figures, and the ar
tide closed strong, with an upward tendency. Sales
750 bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quo ted at
24@25)?;low middling 26; middling 26M, and strict
middling 27c fi lb.
On Saturday the staple, was firm and advancing,
middling uplands se'ling at 28;. This rate sou s tit
faned to 28)?o fi lb, with sellers In some Instances
asking 29c, the transactions showing an improve?
ment ot 1& S2c 9 ft over the prices of tbe previous
day. Sales about 1200 bales, ordinary to gool ordi -
nary being quoted at 26@ 27 >?? low middling at 28;
middling at 23ii, and strict ?aid Ilia?, no soles.
OnMondiy there was bu', little done, bursts offer
lug easier rates, which were declined by factors.
Sales only 46 bales; ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at 2G?27}i; low minding at 28. and middling
it 28>jC fi lb, the quotations being somewhat nom?
On Tuesday fie market decUned Xe fi ft. Sales
300 boles; ordinary to good o rd: nary being quoted at
26@27; low middling 27; middling 23c fi lb.
On Wednesday the staple was firmer and prices
improved }?<&)?c fi lb. Sales 660 bales; ordinary to
;ood ordinary being quoted at 26@27>?; lowmid
Iling 28, and middling 28?o ft ?.
Yesterday the market was quiet. Sales 250 bales,
say 1 at 26;35at27;42 at 27.t?; 23at 27,'i; IC at 27;? ; | ]
16 at 28; 28 at 28# ; 32 at ?Jil 5 at 29; 37 at 30c fi lb
Ordinary to good ordinary.26 @27}?
Low middling.28 @- ~
Strict middling.no nales.
By New York classiflcatl"n we quote :
Low middling.28 X ?
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-I he arrivals of this class of
he staple have b:en l'ght, and wore only 203 bags of
ea islands and Flo. idos, against' 391 bags tho week
lefore, and 321 for the correspon ling period last | 1
ear. The inquiry ha; been steady and active and
he business bas been Cie largest of thc season, some
00 bales having changed hands atwell sustained
nd firm prices. The follow ng lots were among tho
ales, soy 8 sow-ginned stained at 25c; 1 staiued at
5; 3 do. at 28; 3 do. at 33; 9 do. at 35; 1 do. at 36; CC
ea i-lands ot 70; 2 at 72; 3 al Ti; 23 at 75; 19 at 8.1; I?
it 85; lOot 90; 12 at 92; lot Ki; ll at SI"; 1G at 51 05;
rat $110; 22 at $1 \2}i; 19 at SI 15:10 at $118; 8 at
il 20; 2 at SI 30; oed of Floridis, 3 at 73; 10 ai 75; 3
it 95; 20 at $1 fi lb. We quote common to medium
JIM lines at COtS 80c. ; medium to fine fc 5 S tl, and flue
o choice at $110@1 30 and upwards fi lb.
BICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough have been
ight, and were about 10,000 bushels lor thc week,
lhere has been a good iuquiry, with son e fluctua
ions, in a limited way, in price?, which were occa?
sionally in favor of the buyer or roller, but generally
lid not vary materially from our quotations. We
lote sales of about SOO tierces of Carolina clean for
he week, tay 166 tierces at 8,'4', 115 at 8%, 61 at
3 7-16, 382 at 8>i, and 50 at 8*,'c. Wt quote common
a fair clean Carolina at 7X@8>?, and good b>?@8#c
fi lb. Carolina rough may be quoted at Si 75@2 fi
jushel for interior, and si 95@2 20 fi bushel for sea
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivais have been light,
ay about COO packages of all qualities. We note sales
>f No. 2. rosin at SI 8'J@1 90 fi bbL-the lotter foi
ixtra. 20? obis, 'ipirits turpentine were sold ot IC,-, fi
rall?n ?8 'hey run. Crude turpentine may be quoted
it $2 75 for virgiu.
HAY.-There have been received about 330 bales
)f Eaetera qualities. No wholesale transactions
lave transpired. North River descriptions from
itorc maybe quoted at SI 20331 23 fi hundred.
CORN.-The arrivals have been limite J to mode
ra'e supplies by roil, principally from Tennessee.
Mixed Western descriptions have been sold by weight,
jags included, at SI fl bushel. White may be quot?
ed at SI 05@110 fi bushel, os in quality. Prime
Maryland ls selling in limited lots at stout SI 20 fi
FLOUR.-Ibo market has an am nie stock of
Sorthcrn sod Western brands, for which there is a
moderately fair inquiry f'<r city and country con?
sumption. Prices have be;u without important
:bange, and we quote Northern and Western super
itS7fci7 50 fi farrel ?extra at !??(?>f, 50 f? barrel; lam
ily S9@S10, and extra and choice family at $il@S13
fi barrel. Southern brands ari in light stock and
maybe quoted at S9 25^9 50 fi barrel for super,
|10@10 50 for extra, and U1?&12 50 fi larrel lor
BACON-Has been in better demand, and, under
the prevalence of advancing rates in other markets
pnces have generally improved. We quote prime
shoulders at 15>?@16c. fi ft.? rib sides at 18? clear
rib sides at 18>?@I9, and clear sides at I9@19&c. ?
lt. Prime strips are selling at 18c. Dry salted
shoulders are held at lie. Sides ot 17c. fi lb.
BUTTER.-Prime Goshen, of which there is a
aioderate stock, may be quoted at 43c fi lb. West?
ra and other low grades sell at 30 ? 40c fi lb, as in
SALT.-The market is firmer undera fair de
mand and decreasing stock. Sellers are asking from
store $2 20?2 25 ? sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The demand is very limited
We quote 20??@21%c 9 yard, nominal. Dundee bag?
ging, 44 inches, 1% Ste. for the yard, is held at S0@
35c. Sea island bagging, 45 inanes wide, 2 fte. for
the yard, is held at G0@G5 cents.
HOPE.-The demand for ropo is moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at qnotatiens. We
._juo'.e hemp at - cents 9 lb.; greenlea!at 10 cents,
and jote at 8>i?9 cents <b pound.
IBON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market, end
they are in active demand ot 7a8c $ lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There isa mod?rai
stock of this article, and we quote river floe
ing boards at S13 $ 51.; scantling and plan
S10@12 M.; timber of shipping and good mil.
qualities there is a bghi supply on the marke,
and may bc quoted at Sll'?)12 $ AT. Common if
sslling at Sjffi'l ?. M. ; and city sawed lumber at
S20@J5 ti M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool by steam, room is held
at ????%d. on upland?, and %@ld. on sea island; by
sail, 7-lCd. on uplands, and %d on sea islands. To
Havre nominal. To tho West Indies, Cuban port s
north side, on lumber, SO 00 in gold, and $10
south side. Coastwise-To New York ky steam
%c & lb on uplands, and lc. on pea islands,
82 ?? tierce on rice; by sail, J3'c. ti lb on up?
lands, and SI 50 ?i tierce on rice; on boards
SH $ M, on resawert lumber SH f> M., <.n timber
Sis. To Boston, by steam, via Baltimoro, lc. ^ Vb
on cottcn and - ^ tierce on rice; by sail %c.
ti lb on cotton, S12 00 ti M. on rcsawed Inmber
and $13 00 t* M. on timber. To Philadelphia, Xe,
$ lb ou upland cotton by steam and -c. &
lb by sail; on flooring boards ?0 ?i M.; on rc?
sawed lumbe-, $10: on Umber, $12 50 ^ M.
To Baltimore, by steam, cotton %c. ; rice %i
tierce, $1 75 ; phosphates, 2000 lbs., $4 in
packages, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
V M$8@10, as in size; wheat ti bushel 12c, in sacks.
By this line to Philadelphia on cotton, %c;
rica ti tierce $2 00 ; phosphate per ton, .$6
in packages. To .Louisville, Ky., on rice, 75c. ti
hundred. To Cincinnati 55c. To St. Louis 85c,
By sail on boards and scantling, hence to Baltimore.
$9; on lumber $10; phosphates $5. Vessels are in
demand at neighboring ports for lumber and timber
freights, and high rates are offered.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was nominal at 147%@147?? for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks ure purchasing
sight checks on New York y dis., 5 days H discount.
They are selling sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers wpre yesterday buying at
35, end selling at 3G.
.Harket, by Telegraph.
' FOREIGN HA BELTS.
LOSOOS*, January 14-Noon.-Consols 92%; boDde
LIVEBPOOL, January 14-Noon.-Cotton active;
Two P. M.-Cotton more active; uplands ll>ia
ll%d; Orleans ll%all%& Bacon 57s. Lard 72s Od.
Evening.-Cotton-Uplands Il}jd; Orleans ll%d;
soles 20,000 bales. Breadstuff's dull.
HAVRE, January 14.-Cotton quiet; Tres Oidi
naaeonthe spot quiet; middling afloat firm at If
New YOBK, January 14-Noon.-Stocks strong and
unsettled. Money easy at 7. Exchango 9}?, Gold
MX. 'fTs 13%. Cotton firmer at ?%.
Evening.-Cotton ye better, but decidedly loss
active; sales5U00 bales at 20.!-. Flour-State and
Western a Utile moro active, though prices lavor
buyers; superfine S5%a6%; Southern dull and
drooping, common to fair extra $G%a7 20. Wheat
dull aad unchaitgaA Corn a shade easier,
with a fair export and homo demand, new
white Southern 98aSl 00; yellow 99a$l 00. Oats
a shade firmer. Fork heavy aud lower; new $29
o2t) 25. Lard heavy and lower, at 19%al9% cte.
Whiskey active at SI 02al 03. Groceries quiet and
steady. Turpentine 52%i53. Rosin $2 65a2 68%.
Freights drooling. Governments closed streng;
C2's 112%. Tennessee's GS>i ; now 69%. North Caro?
lina's 65; new 62%. Virginia's ?7%; new 60. Mo
n-y comparatively easy on coll at 7 per cent., with
exceptions at 6. Sterling dull at 9%. Gold firm at
36%. Southern bonds firm and higher. Stocks ex?
cited and hither, closing unsettled.
CINCINNATI, January 14.-Flour and corn unchang?
ed. Whiskey dull at 95c. Provisions dull, but held
firmly. Mess pork, country, $28 50 ; city, $29 65.
Bulk meals firm and unchanged; demand light. Ba?
con in fair demand; shoulders 13%al3%c; clear
-ide? 17%c. Lard neglected; 19al9%c
LOUISVILLE, January 14.-Superfine flour $5 50a6.
Corn 58J60C. Pork $30. Lard 19%c Bacon shoul?
ders 14 \ c; clear sides 17%al8c. Whiski y $1.
ST. Lons, January 14.-Flour dull; superfine
t5 75o6 25. Corn duU at 67c Pork heavy at $29 50.
Bacon dull; shoulders 13%al4c; clear sides 17%c.
Lard 18%al9c Whiskey duU at 97c.
WILMINGTON, January 7.-Spirits turpentine quiet
ind steady at 47},'. Rosin steady. Turpentine de
.'lined 10-$215a3 35. Tor steady at $2 25. Cotton
j niel and steady at 27%a27%.
AUGUSTA, January 14.-Colton firmer; sales 867
jales ; r> ceipts 762. Middling 28 cents.
SAVANNAH, January 14.-Cotton opened active.
iccame excited, and elosed quiet but firm. Mid
liing 28% celts. Sales 2550 bales; receipts 2140;
sports lb'40 coastwise; 18'.'9 le France.
MOBILE, January 14.-Cotton quiet; sales 1000
sales, at 27%a27%. Receipts 242 bales.
NEWOKLEANS, January 14.-Cotlan irregular a^d
ligher; middliugs 2>%a28%; sales 2890 bales ; ope
?ations restricted by tho weather and light offerings.
teceipts 1938 bales; exports 802 biles. Gold 3G%a
C%. Sterling 4S%a48,'i. Commereial 4Ta47>i.
fork Sight Fxchango y. discouut. Sugar and mo
asses quiet und unchanged.
WILMINGTON, January 13.-6 P. M.-TonmrriKZ.
Harket titead! and pru cs unchanged. Sole? oi 720
ibis at $3 35 for soft, and $2 25 for hard per 280
PPIIIITS TcErENTiKE.-S ales reponed of only 200
abls, deliverable m February, fellers' option, ai Cue
ROSIN.-Oily 00 bbls changed bandi at $5 75 for
.TAB.-120 bbls sold at $2 25 per bbl.
COTTON.-Market lirm and price a shaie higher,
?ales of 104 bales at 27c for mixed grades, ST%c for
ow iniddlme, and 27%c for middling.
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NOTK.-We have deducted from Nc? Orleans
17,753 bales Upland, from Mobile 5252 bales, irom
Savannah 3493 bags Sea leland and ... bolCH Up?
land-and Irom Charleston 1854 baga Pea Island and
168 bales Upland, the quantities received at those
ports trom Mobile. Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
HAGGING, Vi yara
Dandee. 30 ? 65
Gnnnv Cloth. 20?s> 2t?
BALE ROPE, "ft lb-Manilla. - ? -
Western. 8 g 12?
Jn e. 8?? B
COTTON, ft lb- . . -
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 26 @ 27?
LowMiadllng. 28 @ -
Middling to Strict Middling. 28?& -
?so? Middling. -Ca?
sca Island. 00 foi 1.38
COMTEK, 9 A-Kio.i 20 ? 26
Laguayra .I 2h (ti -
J ?VJ....I 35 9 ?>
Wr -.jo Co's Amsaou'd Sol Phos. ?5.60 @ -
F?taioIertilL:er.-. 69.00 fia -
AllcaUnePbesph-.Ls. 30.06? .
Bone Flour. 66.00 ? -
Double IteOnod Psvdrette. . ..... 30.09 ? -
Niles' Phosphate. 68.00 @ -
Per OT ian Guano, t? .'.1100.00 ? -
Psoiic Quana, * 2036 Bis. 61.00 ? -
Pheonix Oua?0. 66.00 @ -
Baugh'sPiiaspiiate, t" 2000 1*8... 00.03 0 -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ?J 260? lbs... 05.00 ? -
Mapes'SuperPhosphate,"> 2000 ? 6S.C0 @ -
Zell's Baw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zell's Super Phosphats of Lime.. 65.00 ? -
Wools lc a'a Phosphat? of Liste..- -1 65.09 ? 00
Croasdale's Sen. Super-Phos, net 60.00 ? 00
Bowers'Complete Manure, net.. 60.00 ? 80
;.- TS Phospho Peruvian, cash. C6.00 @ 00
Sav.ly's Pacits Guano, cash. 60.00 ? 00
FLOUR, Vi bbl-Super.?7.08 ? 7.60
Northern and Western Extra. 7.76 @ 8.50
hal timor? Extra. - @ -
Southern-Super. 9.26 ? 9.60
ff?JlJT-Marylasd Oats, "P bushel. 85 @ 9?
Wasvsrn Oats^t? bushel. 85 ? -
Corn, "P bushel. 1.12 & 1.25
HAY, V> cwt.-North Bivar. I.CO ? 1.20
Eastern.I 1.36 @ -
? Ui-'liE't. "fl IL lcd- I
Ocr : White Pine, 1st quality.!50.00 ?55.00
Wbiti Fine, good run. 38.00 ?40.00
yen*wPiuc. 20.09 ?25.00
Boart's, V M. l'eo?-Ksugh.112.00 & 15.00
Grooved acd Tongued... .?28.00 @32.00
VOLASSES, ? call?n-Cuba.I 12 @ -
Muscovado. Sl/'?? -
Rmnr House. 50 #1.00
New Orleans. - ? _
VAL ST'JRES, "? bbl-Tur.... - ? -
Pitch. - S ~
Rosin, Vale. - g -
Rosin, No. 1.1 , - ? -
Rosin, No. 2. 1-88 1.90
Rosin. No. a. - ?'<$ -
Spirits Ttri'fnlme, ? Rillci. 16 ? -
Oa^uiu. y ib. I 10 <a -
VkiLS- AineneoB, 4.S?20d, ^ kcg..| 6.50 ? 7.60
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g-j 6.70 @
Dupont'?. F.F.F.I 5-60 M ?
Dupenl'b. Bla?ting.I 4-25 @
PROVISIONS-H ft- I
Bacon, Hams, V lb.I - ? -
Bacon, Sid?s.I J? to 10?
Bacon, Shoulders.j 15?? 10
Bacon, Stnps. 18 ? -
Lard, in keg. - g -
Butter. ? CA 50
Oheese. 15 ? 3?
Potatoes,, fi bb!. - @ -
Onions. - ? -
Applos. - ? -
RICE-Carolina, "ff) lb. 7 ? 8%
Bast India. - fi
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, %i sack.. 2.20?? 2.2?>
Liverpool, fine. - (* -
SUUAB, fi lb-Raw.I 13 ? 14
Porto Rico.I ? ? 1?
Musco var1' .I 13 ? 16
Comparative lixpoi-ts of Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleston.
Other ih-itish Ports.
l u'.al to Great Britain..
Other J renell Ports.
lo'.al lo France.
North of Europe.
Total North ol Europe..
.-outh of Europe.
West Indie*, fcc..
Total Foreign Portf.
Rhode Island, .
Baltimore and Nor. Ik
Other United Stales Ports.
Total to Coastwise Por's.
Consignees per Soutti Carolina Kain <. nd
114G bales Cotton, 6S dales Domestics, 2654 bushels
Grain, 8 bbls Molasses, 50 hbds fcusar. 51 bbls Tar,
77 bbls Naval Stores, 8 curs Lumber, and i car Stock.
Io Railroad Agent, L D DcE?u:curo. Graeser, Lee,
Smith 4 Co. 1 burston k Holmes, F C Mcy, John
Hanckel, Vi W Smith, Pelzer, Rodgers * Co, Mowry
S: Co, Dow.ing k Co. Frost & Adger, Reeder k DaviB,
3 g waite]- ?? Co, W C Bee & Co, JD Aiken k Co, A
j Salinas, ii W Williams k Co, E J Wiss. R C Miarp
k Co, W B Williams k Son, Willis k Chisohn, M Gold?
smith A Sou, Claghorn, Herring i Co. West k Jon;s,
F DC Kracke, H Bisel off & Co, T Tupper k Sons,
r-.deman & Co, and J Campsen k Co.
Uxports or* Klee. Naval Store? ana 1.-am?
ber Irom the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to January 14, 1869
N. STOEKS. LUMUKU.
Other 0. S.Ports..
Total Coastwise j
Majorca ft o Market)
St Johns, N B...
11,6521 22,2791 6,590,720
Consignees per Northeastern Kailroad
47 bales Upland and 5 bales Sta Island Cotton, 150
bbls Naval stores. Mdse, ftc. To H Bischoff ft Co.
Klimk, Wickenbcre ft Co, Re> der k Darts. Caldwell
? Sons, J Marshall, Jr, M Geraghty, J F O'Neill &
Son, J H Wuhrutan, S D Stoney, C ft T, Kirkpatrick
ft Witto, Frost k Ad^er, Mantoue & Co, L Coben &
Co. Ptlzer, Rodgers k Co, M Goldsmith ft Son, W K
Ryan, J A Quacacnbu-h, W J Lesesnc, D C Ebaugb,
NolaD, JUE Sloan, H W Kinsman k Co, Hopkins.
McPherson k Co, G H Walter k Co, J B O'neill. R H
Harney, Jeffords k Co, J D Aiken & Co, Von Dohlen,
J P Orimball, Naehnian k Co, Johnston, Crews k Co,
G W Wilhams k Co, H Hutchinson, Maj G E Alden,
J'iuoniev. Ravciicl k Co, Mazycks k Salters, > ti n
house k Co, W Stock, F L Meyer, Gaillard k Minutt,
T L Webb, Hart, Mrs S Perry, andP S Worsbam.
Per steamship MagBelia,for Now York-J K Pearce,
H Tiles!on, Cot Patten, G (J Mitchell. Mt KMurray
and lady, J Dunham, S M Lewis, P Dillon. C L Wood?
ward, George Woodward, G F Yon Kolnitz, Major
Weiden, and James Read.
Per steamship Charleston, from New York-K- V G
J Porter, wife and child, J Mees, Edward Daly, Mi s
Anderson, 2 children and nurse, F Montgomery, J
Milnoi, S McCready, and 8 in steerage.
Por steamer St Helena.frern Edisto and Rsckville
J Whaley, E Whaley, C Whaley, A M Wholoy, Miss A
D Loper, J W Beabror k, and 14 on deck.
Port of Charleston. January 1G.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
Lost Quarter, 5th, 1 hour. 2 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 12th, 1 hour, 33 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 20th, 7 hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Full MOOD, 27th, 8 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
RISES. I SETS.
ll'Monday.... I 7.. 5 . 5..ll
12 Tuesday.... 7.. 5 . 5..12
13!Weduesday.| 7.. 5 | 5..13
14|Thursday...| 7.. 5 C..14
15 Friday. 7.. 4 6.. 15
i 10 Saturday... 7.. 4 5..16
nteunday.I 7.. i 5..17
sets, i 6..57
6..13 I 8..20
7.. 8 . 0.. 1
H.. 2 j 9..37
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-left 12th
inst. Mdse. To J Adger k Co. J E Ad gar it Co, J
D Aiken k Co. D A A mme, M k A Ashton, H Bischoff
k Co, C D liraho & Co, Bart k Wirth.J C Birckoayer,
T M Bristoll, E Bates & Co, B k A P Caldwell Cour
tenay, Dewie ii Moise, Miles Drake, Geo Dryer. I L
Falk k Co, B Fcldmann k Co, Forsyth, McComb k
Co, DFFlcming & Co, ASFrcitas.Furcbfrjtt k Bros,
H Gerdts k Co, J H Graver, NA Hunt, J K Heath
Hopkins, McPherson 4 Co, J W Harrisson, CH John
Bon, Jeffords k Co, Johnston, Crews ft Co, Klinck,
Wickenberg k Co, Kinsrmn Bro, H Klatte & Co, F
Kressell, Jr, W H Leonhardt, Lauroy k Alexander,
Wm Mari cher. J B McElhose. McLoy & Rice, Wm
Matthiesscn, R Morello, Nieman k Borger, Prentice
k Lamb. Palmetto Pioneer Co-Operative Association,
D Paul & Co, C PPoppcnbcim, J A Quackenbush, P
Quinn, Ravenel k B ol tues, J R Read k Co, W P Rus
sell ic Go. J Ravenel, L Sch-.ell, E B Stoddard k Co,
W Sheppard. Southern Express Co, street Bros & Co.
H K ^Uliman, J H Stcrason, J B Teeni, F B Walker,
Werner k Ducker. Moffelt k Whar;on. W J Yatea^
Crane, Hoy ls ton k Co, Mar.haH ft Bargo, S toll, Webb
A Co, OW Steffens k Co, S C Railroad Agent, J G
Milnor k Co, Cameron, Barkley k Co, I W Hayne,
Sehr Josiah Whitehouse, Jones, Rockport, Me, 21
daya. Hay and Lime Rock. Vessel to J X En slow k
Co; cargo to Olney ft Co. Experienced heavy gales
on the passage.
Sehr Charles E Raymond, Higgins, Hosten, 8 days.
Md - e. To Wm Roach ft Co, F Wehmann. J P Kelp,
Goodrich. Wineman ft Co, Hort ft Co, JE Adger ft
Co, R White, G W Williams ft Co, P P Toalc. ER
Cowpartkwait, C P Pi'ippenheim, C Grave I ey, 8 R
Marshall, C Kerrison,Jr, scymovr ftSilcox. E H Stel?
ling, G W Steffens ft Co, JA Quackenbush, H Bis?
choff ft Co, Ostendorff ft Co, SO Railroad Agent,
Miles Drake. J H Renneker, J Thomson ft Co, HW
Kinsman k Co, J shaw, P r Locke. Rev X W Lewie,
D H silcox, G A Locre ft Co, T Murphy, A Langer,
C D Kenrick, Dowie ft Moise, and D F Fleming ft Co.
Sehr Mattie E Taber, Cook, Now York, 7 days.
Salt. To Courtenay ft Trenhohn, and G W Wilhams
Sehr Aun S Deas, from West Point Mill. 43 tier?
ces Nice. To Cohen, Hanckel ft Co.
Sehr Santcc, Prince, Savannah River. 1800 bushels
Rough Rice. 1 o W 0 Bee ft < o.
Steamer St Helena, Rumloy, Edisto and Rock?
ville. 30 bags Sea Island Cotton, and Mdsa. To J
H Murray, Havened ft Co, J Mikell, Culcock ft Co, J
Y Stock, Fraser ft DUI, W E Simons, G W Clark ft
Co, Lancaster, Howe ft Ce, and Order.
bloop Dorothea, irom Combabee. 1200 bushels
Rough Rice. To W 0 Bee ft Co.
Boat from St Andrew's. 3 bags Sea Island Colton.
To Gaill ad ft Mi nott.
Steamship Magnolia, Crawell, New York-R.iv^nel ft
British bark Black Brothers, Perry, Philadelphia-R
Mure ft Co.
Sehr Lewis S Davis, Bishop, Providence, R I-J B
Sehr Mary Riley, Riley, Philadelphia-H F Baker ft
Sehr Arctic, Ogdon, Baltimore-Wm Roach ft Co.
Ship Owego, I\ st, Liverpool.
Vi om this 1'ort.
British steamship Camilla. Peace, Liverpool, Jan ll
Bark Helen saud-, Otis, Liverpool, Dec 26.
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, New York, Jan ll.
Cleared for this Fort.
Steamship Sei Cull, Dutton, at Baltimore, Jan 12.
Sailed for this Port.
British Steamship Golden Hore, Bia eldin, iri.m Liv?
erpool, Dec 2G.
Sehr Atalanta, Tucker, Lcm Newport, Jan 10.
The sehr Hary Gilchrist,-. Lom Beifa:t,Mo'
ior this port, arrived at Gloucester, January 9.
The scar John X Morrill. Wicks, frjm Gc.r?clown,
S C, arrived at New York. Jami iry ll.
Shlpncws by Telegraph.
WILMINOTON, X. C., January 14.-'rrired, steam?
ers W P Clyde, fr m New York, and James A Gary,
SAVANNAH, January 14.-1 rn ved, schrs Sabine,
New London ; Four Sisters, Bosloa; Margaret, Prov
iden -e; Donna Anna, Havana.
Cleared, steamship Herman Livingston, New York:
Weather mild; wind southwest.
LIST OP VKSSK.LS
UP. CLEA It ED AXD SAILED FOR THU
Steamship Golden Horn, Black in, foiled.Dec 20
Spanish hark Ciscar, Oliver, cleared.Dec 28
Spanish bri;: Morry, Vidal, cleared.Dec -28
Spa:iish brig liosa?a, Ma?cavo. cleared.Dec 30
British brig Baltimore, Vauello, up.Jan 2
Spaui?h polaire Marli, Fout, sailed.Dec 23
Spanish brig Pastora,-, sailed....Dec 22
WISC ASSET, ML.
Atalanta, Tuc ?er, sailed.Dec 18
Wm Jones, Kean, sailed.Dec 30
NEW YO UK,
Black Swan, Rodgers, cleared.Jan C
E ii Furber, Cobb, cleared.Jan 7
J W Maitland, LaiL'titou, cleared.Jau 7
Robert Caldwell. McCormick, cleared.... Jnn 7
Lilly, Francis up.Jan 6
Aunio E Glover, Kerris, cleared.Dec 23
J L Leach, Stafford, cleared.Dca 22
Nel?e Carr, Lausill, cleared.Dec SI
A G Ireland, Townsend, cleared.Dee 31
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, to leave.Jan 13
Sehr Albert Thomas, Rodgers, cleared.Dec 31
Sehr Charles E Page. Doughty, sailed.Dc IS
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, cleared..'.Jan 12
Sehr Ada A Andrews, Robbins, cleared.Jau 10
Sehr Kdward Kidder,-, sailed.Jan 10
Sehr West Dennis, -, soiled.Jan 10
LIST OP SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, January ld.
VWKILS UNDER 100 ZONS, AND STEAMIES COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
3tatiro (Br|, 8C2 tons. Way. at Yanderhorst's wharf,
for Liverprol, loading-W C Bee ft Co.
Champion, 1418 tons, ;Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger ft Co.
Charleston, 1220 tona, Berry, at Anger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-J Adger k Co.
Owego, 973 tons, Post, Ix the stream, for Liverpool,
ready-W B Smith k Co.
fco ts wood (Br), 745 tons, Teaman, at Boyce's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading-B Mure k Co.
Pedro Plandolit (Spanish), 824 tons, AmenguaL at
Atlantic wo a rf, for Liverpool, loading-V/ P Hall.
Gorilla (Br), 765 tons, Jones, at Atlantic wharf, from
Liverpool, waiting-B afore A Co.
Richard III, 985 tons, Weed, at Accommodation
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-Master.
Musccneus (Br), 791 tons. Groves, at Kerr's wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging-B Marc k Co.
Amelia, 688 tons, Boreham, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading- Patterson k Stock.
Graham's Pol ley, 759 toss, Burgess, at Atlantic wharf,
from Antwerp, waiting-Patterson t. Stock.
Southern Bights, - tons. Williams, in the Stream,
lrom Bordeaux, just arrived-Wm Ko ich k Co.
Borneo (Br), 705 tons, Card, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure k Co.
Lizzie H, 896 tons, Spring, at Brown. & Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros ie Co.
Gauss (>* G). 655 tens, Cluver, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loiding---G A Hopley k v o.
Monneguash (Br), 624 tons, Murray, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, vai?og-R Mure k Co.
Egeria, 640 tons, Sarrett, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading - ?attsrson k Stock.
W G Pu: aam (British), 700 tous Rickard, at Atlantic
wharf, foi Liverpool, loading-Willis k Chisolm.
Olimpia (Spanish), 481 tans, Pons, at Brown's wharf,
from Cienfucgos. waiting-WP HaU.
Agra i Bri ish), Gd9 tons, Fullmer e, at Vand er hors l's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-Ravccel k
Kamma Fonder (Danish), "54 tons. Krojh. at Atlan?
tic wharves, from Liver ?jool, discharging-Willis
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, Cook, in the Stream, from
Stranrcan, Scotland, walting-R Mure k Co.
Black Brsthtrs (Br), 651 tons, in the Stream, for
Pensativo. (Spanish) 211 tons, Vails, at Union wharf,
for Barcelona, loading-P J Esnard.
Burua, 149 tons. Willey, ht Adger's wharf, for New
York, leading-Wm Roach k Co.
Hampden, 159 tons, Gatt, in tho Stream, from Mar
Croton, notons, williams, in Ashley River, fora
Northern Pott, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
L S Davis, 829 toss. Bishop, at Kerr's v harf, for
Arctic, 194 tons, Ogden, in Ashley River, for Balli'
more, reidy-W Roach k Co.
Ranger, 96 tons, Gooding, at Bennett's wharf, for
West Indies, ready-1 Tupper k Eois.
Mary Biley, 233 tons, Biley, at Central wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker & Co.
J M Fitzpatrick, 212 tons. Smith, in Ashley. River,
for Baltimore, loadiagH F Baker it Co. .
Surpriie, 219 tons. ?<ymmca, at Central wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-fl F Baker Je Co.
Abbie Purnin, 287 tons, Lombat, at N E Railroad
wharf, from Boston, discharging-Master.
Jonas Smith, 397 ton?, Nichols, at Adger's wharf,
for Boston, loading-Wm Roach k Co.
E N Squire, 307 tra?, Chace, at -N E Railroad wharf,
from Wood's Hole, discharging-Master.
Willie Moron, 162 tons. Collins, at Brown's wharf,
(rom Portland, Me, wai tin;-T Tupper k Sons.
Mary D Haskell, 3do tons, Barber, at Brown's k Co's
whorl, for Boston, loading-H F Baker it Co.
Minerva, 111 tons, Collins, at Brown tz Co's wharf,
from Havana, dtsekwrginc-J A Enslow tt Co.
Jcs'an Whitehouse, 270 tons, Jones, in Ashley Rive-,
from Rockport, Me, discharging-J A Enslow
Sehr Mattie E Taber, - tone, Cook, at Onion wharf,
from New York, discharging-Courtenay k Tren
C E Raymond, - tons, Higgins, at Adger's wharf,
from Boston, discharging-Wm Bosch lt Co.
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HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from 0 to
IO feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES for Hand
power, Saw and Rice Mills
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all descriptions
made to order
Particular attention paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILD?
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, die, <?c,
WILLIAM S. HENEREY, '
MACH INI ?> 1 AND FOUNDER
No. 311 MEETING-STREET,
CHAHLESTON, S. C.
August 3 mw.
D V A S C B S
CO T T 0 li.
TO PLANTEES AND OTHi.^8
HOLD CO TT ON IN ENGLAND,
Where STORAGE, INSURANCE, and other expenses
for holding are LESS than in the United States, we
TE.V CENTS PER FOUND
Shipped to our friends in Liverpool, charging the Eng?
lish commercial rate of interest, wnich at present is
FIVE PER CENT.
And hold os long as desired.
CLAGHORN, HERRING k CO.,
FOR THE WEAK .
FOB THE PALE
FOB THE SICKLY
FOB THE AGED
FOB FE HALES
FOB SPBING USE I
49-NO BITTERS EQUAL. TO THE M..?
TEE CELEBRATED SUMTER RITTERS,
made Of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND ROOTS, 60
well known in Pharmacy:
PEBUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
EBS, SNAKE BOOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HBRB3 AND ROOTS as will in all
cases assist Digestion, promote the secretions of the
system in the natural channels, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YO UNG AND OLD, MALEA??D FEMALE!
All Use It With Wonderful Succ?s
TO TUE PALE WHITE LIP,
BLOOM AND BEA XTTY
' TO THE THIN FACE AND CABE-W0I?
COUNTENANCE. CFRE3 FEVER ANB CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask for SUMTER BITTER-. Sold by Druggists
49-See that eur signature is over the cork ef each
bottle. BOWIE dc MOISE.
POPRIETOBS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
August 5 . 6mo*_Charleston. 8. 0
JOHN D. ALEXA NDE R,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGENT,
So. 10 Brood-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BOSLNESS IN A9
JGSTTNG ACCOUNTS or Merchants .and others,
and in WRITING UP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either In part or whole, kc. January 9
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable-for quality,
finish and price, y
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES?
COMBINATION LOCKS i
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest cafe manufacturers)
. , (265 Broadway, New York.
Principal j che8tmit'St phiIjL
Warehouses |108Bank Bt> cleveland^
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,
December 29 ? *J**