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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
The Mom-y Market.
THURSDAY, January 27.
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS. Current Kates.
Baulc of Camden. 60?
Bank of Charleston. K>r.
Bank of Chester. 15?
Bank of Georgetown. 20?
Bank of Hamburg. 07?
Bank of Newberry. par.
Bank of South Carolina. 12?
Bank ol'State uf South Carolina,
prior to 1SG1. 50? 55
Bank of State of Suntu Carolina,
after January l, ISO!. 20?
Commercial Bank. Columbia. 03? 05
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 15? 20
Farmers' and Exchauge Bank,
Merchants'Bank. Cheraw. 08?
People's Bank, Charleston. rar.
Planters' Bank ol' Fairfield. OS?
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (old). 05?
Southwestern Railroad Hank,
Charleston (new). 9->?
State Rank. Charleston. 09?
Union Bank. Charleston. par.
City of Charleston Change Bilis. par.
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
BONDS, STOCKS AND COUPONS.
City or Columbia Bonds. 6S? 70
City or Columbia Coupons. 68? 70
South Carolina Railroad and Bauk
Stock (whole shares). 38 50? 38 75
South Carolina Railroad (hair shares) is 00? 19 00
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent
Bonds. 77 00?
South Caroluia Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds. 80?
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
or Indebtedness. par.
City cr Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 55 00?
City or Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.. 75?
State or South Carolina Bonds (old). 50?
State or South Carolina Bonds (new
Issue or January 1.1S67). 80?
State or South Carolina Bonds (issued
for Bank of the State bills). $0?
State of South Carolina Stock. 72?
State of South Carolina Coupons
(fundable). 78<S> so
People's National Bank Stock.102 50?
First National Bank Stock.115 00?
Union Bank Stock . 7 50? 8 00
Bank or Charleston Stock (whole
3hares). 24 00? 25 00
Bank of Charleston Stock (hair
shares).12 50? 13 00
People's Bank Stock.. 5 50? 6 00
Planters' A Mechanics' Bank Stoek.. 2 50?
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 02?
Greenville aud Columbia First Mort?
gage Bonds. 75?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds. 82 50? 83 00
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
Northeastern Railroad Stockicapital) 8 00?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
ferred. 30 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate ot
Indebtedness. 55? 60
Cheraw and Darlington First Mort?
gage Bonds. 76?
Charleston Cas Companr Stock. 22 50?
Charleston City Railway Stock (ex
dividend. 51 00?
Charleston Mining and Vanuiactur
ing Company's Phosphate YVork3 .. @
Charleston and Savannah Railroad
Bonds (State guarantee). 56? 60
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
(State guarantee)Seven Per Cent.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Bonds (first mortgage). 75? 80
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 23 50? 24 00
City or Savannah Ronds. SO? 86
City or Savannah Coupons (due pre?
vious to June l. 1S06). 97?
City or Savannah Coupons (due arter
City of Memphis Bonds (endorsed by
M. A" C. Railroad. CO?
City or Memphis Bonds (unendorsed) 50?
City of Memphis Coupons. 75?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock ll 00?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Bonds 85?
Memphis and Cha'ton IL R. Coupons 93?
Georgia State Bond, 7 per cent, (old) 82?
Georgiastate Bond, 7 per cent.(uew) 86<a 88
Georgia State Coupons. 97?
Exports of the Week.
LIVERPOOL-Per British steamship Adalia-456
bags sea island cotton, 769 bales upland cotton,
218 Heroes rice, 1SS bbls rosin, 17S tons phosphate,
1684 bags cotton seed.Per British bark Yu
murl-321 bags sea island cotton. 991 bales upland
cotton, S7 tons phosphate, ?il bbls rosin, 4S8 sacks
BREMEN-Per Norwegian bark Hombersund
1338 bales upland cotton.
BARCELONA - Per Spanish brig Manu"'-377
MONTEVIDEO-Per bark Clara-308,124 feet steam
NEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-29 bags
sea Island cotton, 841 bales upland cotton, 7S tes
rice, 32 bales yarn, 110 empty barrels, 3S pack?
ages.Per steamship Champion-HI bales cot?
ton, 16 bales domestics, 79 tierces rice, 6?
packages.Per steamship South Carolina-33
bags sea island cotton, 935 bales upland cot?
ton, 189 tierces rice, 41 bales yarns and do?
mestics, 89 casks clay, 50 bbls oranges, and sun?
dries.Per steamship Magnolia-l bag sea
island cotton, 188 bales upland cotton. 39 tierces
rice, 46 empty barrels, 5 packages oranges, and
sundries.Per sehr N \V Smith-68 bales upland
cotton, 300 tierces rice, 153 casks clav, 2?o bbls
ro4in, 700 empty carboys, 3 cases tobacco, 2 boxes
shavings, 4 trucks. 3 boxes mdse, 120 packages
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Marvland-403 bales
upland cotton, 61 tierces rice, 72 casks clay, 73
bales yarns and domestics, 15 bales waste, and
WILMINGTON, N C-Per sehr John Johnson-20
tierces rice....Per sehr Hud A Frank-35hhds
Thc Charleston Market.
FOR THE W?TK E>'I)LVa THURSDAY, JANUARY 27
THE RECEIPTS.-The arriv?l* at tne cotton I ,
ports up to Friday last show an increase ?"*r tue | 2
week berore, and were 9y,951 bales, against SC,3ll
the previous week, and ?2,664 bales Tor the cor?
responding time last year. Thc arrivals at this
--^Jiave been light and much less than the same
?riod lasTTearTVhiie ?S -Ve,v 0rlcans th<*
amount to nearly half the whole supply.
The total receipts at the principal Southern ports,
np to the latest dates, have becu about as
New Orleans, January 20.593;0'-,?, f&X*
Mobile, January 20..00,416 . ?uo,o3i
Savannah, Jauuary 26 . 330,44G 233,418
Charleston, January 26.103.425 120,533
Texas, Jauuary 20.113,302 S3.239
Virginia, January 22.133.S98 86,711
THE COTTON MARKET.-Notwithstanding the
very full receipts now being reported from week
to week at most of the cotton ports, and the pro?
bability that the highest figure that the crop is
likely to reach has already been estimated and Its
influence felt, the article during the week under
review has shown a firm front, and prices have
taken an advancing turn. The appearance of the
English market is decidedly better, and under its
effect New York has taken a firmer attitude. At
the former prices opened at ll?id and improved
to ll&d, and the latter advanced rrom 25??c to
25KC for middling uplands, while at this port the
article stiffened from 24,l4' to 24&c for middlings,
with but a limited supply offering.
The New York and Liverpool markets have
shown the following transactions and prices ror
the week : On Friday, January 21, the rorraer was
steady at il??d., sales 12SO0 bales; the latter was
weak at 25?;c, sales 1100 bales. On Saturday the
former was steady at ll,5;d., sales 12,000 bales;
the latter was unchanged at 25?ic, sales 2300
bales. On Monday the former was buoyant at
at ll?,'d., sales 18,000 bales; the latter was firmer
at 25>ic, sales 4000 bales. Ou Tuesday the former
was buoyant at ll*id.?U%d., sales l5,ooo bales;
the latter was firm at 25;'?c, sales 4500 bales. On
"Wednesday the former was buoyant, uplands
llj?d., sales 16,000 bales; the latter was quiet and
Arm at 25*?c, sales 2S00 bales. Yesterday the
former was steady at HXd.', sales 12,000 bales;
the latter was quiet and steady at 25??c. V> lb.
The stock of the article in &Ujht at thc latest
dates was as follows:
Stock in Liverpool. 341,000 21)4.730
Afloat from India. 61,000 102,000
Afloat rrom America. 141.000 130,000
Stock in London. 115,670 119.090
Afloat for.London. 40,000 09,000
Stock in Havre. 62,310 77,275
Afloat for IlHvre. 55,411 22,773
Stock in Bremen. 2,718 7,922
Afloat for Bremen. 18.020 12.518
Stock in United Stales ports_ 476,070 319,028
Stock iu the luterior towns. 100,206 76,933
Total. 1,413,455 1,201.262
Increase In visible supply- 162.186
Stock or cotton held by Manchester spinners nt
the mills now, SO,000 bales, same time 186i>, 90,000
i .iles. Middling uplands now UXd; then ii?,'?
Iliad H lb.
The arrivals at this port for thc week have been
364 bags of sea islands and Floridas and 4*92 bales
of upland, against 618 bags of sea islands and
Floridas and 0909 bales or uplands the week be?
fore, and 333 bags or sea islands and Floridas aud
9341 bales or uplands for the same period last
year. These supplies have come as follows :
of uplands per South Carolina Railroad 433S b
per Northeastern Railroad 283 bales; Peedee
wagons 13; Santee 75 bales. Of sea islands, Ja
Island 4 bags; Beaufort 86; Chlsolm's Mill
Northeastern Railroad 16; Edisto C; St. Paul
Christ Church 3; Santee 8; Savannah 27; Flo
16S; Ashley River 9 bags.
The operations in this market for this time
the prices prevailing have boen as follows :
On Friday, January 21, thc market was ste;
with a fair demand; sales 500 bales: ordin?r
pood ordinary being quoted at 22,'?@23.?0c;
middling 23Ji@34c; middling 24.U', and si
middling 24&024XC fl lb.
On Saturday the article was quiet, prices sh
ing no alteration; sales 350 bales; quotations
On Monday thc inquiry was good at Uri
rates, but business was restricted for want
stock: sales 400 bales; ordinary to goooVordin
being quoted at 22}?@23*?; low middling at !
@24; middling 24&9S4& and strict middling :
@24#c fl lb.
On Tuesday thestaplewasingood demand, i
thc article advanced }?@}?c ? 16: sales 650b a
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at :
23??: low middling 24?,'@24\i; middling 24j
24?.', and strict middling 24>?@25c ft*.
On Wednesday there was a steady inquirj
firmer rates. Sales near 600 bales: ordinary
good ordinary teing quoted at 20@24: low n
diing 24,'4'@24?i; middling 24/S,@24,V; strict n
diing 25c tl lb.
Yesterday thc article was firmer and derna
good. Sales about 600 bales, say 1 at 22; 22
22'?': 6 rt 23; 13 at 23 ? ; 21 at 23>i; 57 at 23?? ; 5:
24; 53 at 24.'4-; 64 at 24,li ; 8 at 24? ; CS at 24>i ; 130
25; 21 at 25.'^'c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.23 ?24'i
Low middling.24 Jf?
Strict middling.25 @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Thc arrivals have be
moderate of this qua'ity of thc staple, say J
bags, against CIS the vock before and 333 for t
week last year. For most of this period, the inqui
has been almost entirely for the common qm
ties of Floridas and sea islands, mostly the fi
mer, of which the sales arc largely compost
while the better grades of the article were gem
ally neglected. Yesterday there was some i:
provemcnt in the general demand, but baye
were unwilling to purchase the belter grades u
less at concessions. The transactions lia
amounted to near soo bags, or which some 3
were Floridas. AmoDg the sales were or Florida
29 at 41; 2 at 43; 21 at 44; 55 at 45; 47 at 40;
at 47; 21 at 48; 28 at 50; 15 at 52; 16 at ?
8 at 57; 3 at ose; 1 at 75; or sea island
1 at 50; S at 75c lb. We quote com mi
Floridas at 40?45; medium 45@4S; medium
good 50@G0; Une 65c fi lb. Sea islands may I
quoted at 45@55 for common; medium :>:><? c,
medium to fine 6S@76, am. line and choice at 80c
$1 fl lb.
RICE.-The repeipts of Carolina rough wei
light and rather unimportant. There has been
fair business doing In this grain, and prices liai
been with'?". Important alteration, thc transa
tions hRvii._ ,^en to a considerable extent, sa
about 1200 tierces of Carolina clean, among whit
were 20 tierces at 5?*c: 52 at 5 l3-.ee; 27 at 5*?'i
291 at oe: 63 at 6,>,'c: 191 at 6 3-iec; 344 at 0A?c; l
at 6 7-l6c; loo at o.l?c ?i lb. Wc quote common t
fair clean Carolina at 5?4@6/'?C good G^'aSjic '
lb. Carolina rough may bc quoted at il Hal 4
for interior, and $1 30al 60 for seacoast. Wc not
sales of 1800 bushels of seacoast rough at $1 cu \
NAVAL STORES.-Thc supplies coming forwar
of these articles is quite light, and business gome
what restricted. There have been no transnc
tiens of note inspirits turpentine. Rosins ma;
be quoted at SI 90 H bbl for low No 1: $1 cu fl bli
for No 2; SI 50 f. bbl for No 3, and SI 30 p bbl fo
black. Crude turpem IDS is without change sa;
$2 SO ^ bbl for virgin; $2 CO for yellow dip am
$1 co for hard.
HAY.-There have been no arrivals or this aril
cle, and thc business has been ouly in a reta!
CORN.-The supplies coming to hand have beer
to a ralr extent, thc arrivals for this perin
amounting to about 25,000 bushels. A cargoo;
Virginia white on the spot, say about 7000 bush
?ls, and several cargoes to arrive, were sold on
private terms. There has been a rair demand
"or country consumption, and jobbing lots ol
jrime white may bc quoted at ?125(512S ?
jushel, weight, bags included.
FLOUR.-The market is well supplied with a
ull stock or thc various Northern and Western
>rands or this article. The demand has been
nodcrate, prices showing no change or note. We
inote Northern and Western flue at$5@5 50 fl
Jbl; super at $5 75 ?6 fl bbl; extra at $6 25@C 75
? bbl, and family at $7@7 50 $ bbl. Southern
lualities are in moderate stock, and may be
pioted at $7@7 75 for extra, and $S@9 per bb lfor
BACON.-There ls a rair supply or most qualities
>r meat, for which there ls some Inquiry at about
;he ligures or last week, the disposition to stiffen
irices which existed during a part of this period,
lot having been sustained. We quote prime
imoked shoulders-at 14?r@i5c fl lb; sides at 18c;
itrips lS>i@19c; salted shoulders 13c; sides 10>?@
7c. Primo sugar-cured hams may bc quoted n!
2>i@23c. Transactions in shoulders took place
urilla ,llc wCCk at W?@MjiC
SUGAR AND MoL.'..esES.-There have ben no rc
elpts o! Importance since our last, au,,' ,re learn
f no wholesale transactions.
? ?err.-The market ls well supplied with ba?ii?
i*l and oranges. We quote bananas at SI 50@3
?l bunch; oranges at $2 50@3 ^ hundred; apples
ire In good supply at $5?6 fl bbl.
VEGETABLE?.-Irish potatoes are in good stock,
ind eating potatos may bc quoted at $3?3 50 fl
?bl, and seed do. at $3@4 50 fl bbl. Charleston
?abbages arc selling at $6?8 ~f hundred,
BUTTER AND LARD-There ls a fair stock of
irliue Goshen. We quote rood to prime at 40?
15c 9 lb. Western and other lower grades sell
rom 30@35c ? lb; country do. at 25@30c fl lb,
ts in quality. Lard ls in good supply and is held
SALT.-There have been no receipts of this arti?
cle. Lots rrom store selling at $1 40?l 50per
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is fairly supplied
with this article, and we quote 23@24c fi yard
Dundee bagging, 44 inches, l>< lbs. for the yard,
ls held at 30@35c. Sea Island bagging, 45 inches
wide, 2 lb for the yard, ls held at 45c.
ROPE.-The demand for rope is moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. Wc
quote hemp at - cents H lb ; greenlea! at 10 cents;
and jute at 8>i@9 cents fl lb.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on thc market at
6>?@7>?c f* lb, and sales have taken place at
TIMBER AND LUMBKR.-The market for this arti?
cle is dull. We quote timber for milling purposes
rrom $5@9. Shipping timber $10@15; 4-4@5-4
dooring at $14@15 fl M. Bright lumber, good,
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, rrom
$20@24 9 M by thc cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool dull and somewhat
nominal; by steam, ??d on Uplands, l?id
on sea Islands; by sall we quote 5-10?
?id on uplands and ,li@.s?d on sea islands. To
Havre, %v, on uplands and l?ic on sea Islands by
saiL Coastwise-to New York, by steam, #c on
uplands and lc on sea islands, $2 $ tierce on
rice; by sail, ?;c on cotton; $1 25 ^ tierce on rice:
40c ll barrel on rosin; $8 fl M on lumber; $9@10
tl Mon timber. To Boston,by sail, >?@??c fl lb on
upland cottou. To Providence, $8 fl M on boards,
?ic ll lb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam,
ric f^ lb on uplands; by sail, $C?7 fl M on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 fl ton on clay, ?ind $3@3 25 on
phosphates. To BaPimorc by steam, %@%e ?l
lb; by sall, S6?7 fl M on boards; S3? 3 25 fl ton
on phosphate ;ock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Daricn and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jackson ville, Fla., to Non hem ports, and
?11?12 fl M arc rates on lumber and boa.ds.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The ra'?yester?
day was 31,U@31'? for CO day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Thc banks arc purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at *i discount; 5
days Ji discount; io days l per et. discount; 15
days li?; 20 days -; 30 days -. They are sell
iug sight ch'.'Cks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
19 and selling at 21.
! A PORT IX CTBA-Per sehr Eveline-S5.837
I pitch pine lumber, 88 cmptv linds.
PORT MONMOUTH, W I-per sehr s & M D Scull
130,000 feet lumber.
NETT YORK-Per steamship Tennessee-33 bags
sea island cotton, ooo l?ales upland cotton, 200 tes
rice, ISO bbls rosin, 40 bales domestics, and sun?
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-?434 bales
upland cotton, 246 tierces rice, 28 balesUomestlcs,
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 2" - Noon. - Consols 92.J?.
Bon N S6J?. Tallow Armer.
LIVERPOOL, January 27-Noon.-Cotton steady;
uplands ll??d; Orleans 12d; sales 12,000 bales.
Afternoon.-Flour 21s. Lard firm.
Evening.-Cotton quiet and steady; uplands
HXd; Orleans ll%al2d; sales 12,000 bales; specu
lation and export 3000 bales.
PARIS, January 27.-Louise opened Arm. Rentes
HAVRE, January 27.-Cotton opened Arm nt If
39c, both on thc spot and afloat.
NEW YORK, January 27-Noon.-Stocks firm,
Money easy nt ?a7 per cent. Exchange, long 9),' ;
short 9?i. Gold 21??. Sixty-twos, ceupons, 16;
Tennessee, ex-coupons, 64; new 45,'i; Virginia,
ex-coupons, 07; new 61; Louisiana, old 6S; Levee
sixes GI; eights 76; Alabama eights 94; fives 63;
Georgia sixes 80; sevens 90; North Carolina, old
40??; new24??; South Carolina, old si; new 77,'2'.
Flour dull and heavy. Wheat quiet and unset?
tled. Corn quiet and wittiout material change.
Pork dull; mess $20 50a27 50. Lard dull at 16>?a
MJfc Cotton quiet and steady at 25,s?'c Tur
peuMne quiet at tf&c. Rosin firm at $2 15 for
strained. Freights dull.
Evening.-Cotton unchanged; sales 3000 bales,
at 25*?c. Flour rather heavy. Wheat dull and
heavy: winter red and amber Western, $1 28al 31.
Corn favors buyers; new OOaOOc. Pork steady.
Lard dull and heavy; kettle 17^al7?ic. Whiskey
unchanged. Groceries dull. Naval stores quiet.
Freights lower: cotton, by steam, ac; wheat, 4j5'c.
Money ea?y at 4aC, but more active. Prime busi?
ness paper wanted at 7al0. Sterling quiet at fl.1,'
a9'4'. G?hl 21,'?a21??, Governments steady; 62's
15.!,'; Southerns generally steady.
BALTIMORE, January 2S.-Cotton Arni at25,'2'c.
Flour fairly active and slightly favors buyers.
Wheat and corn Arm. Rye unchanged. Pork
quiet at $29 50. Bacon firm; shoulders 13>5'.
Whiskey quiet at 99a$l.
LOUISVILLE, January CS.-Corn quiet and un?
changed. Provisions Arm. Tork $2S. Shoulders
13'jc; sides 16al6,'s'c. Lard 17,l4'c. Whiskey Arm
WILMINGTON, January 27.-Turpentine firm at
42,';C Strained rosin Arm at $1 50. Crude tur?
pentine steady at $1 05 to $2 80. Tar active at
$2 90. Cotton Arm at 23 to 24.'., cents.
Afct'STA, January 27.-Thc market opened with
a fair demand, but closed dull and easier. Sales
cst bales; receipts 780 bales. Middling 24 to 24 vc.
SAVANNAH, January 27.-Receipts of cotton 8308
bales; exports 7299 bales; sales 400 bales. Mid?
dling 25c. Market quiet.
MOBILE, January 27.-Cotton In limited de
maud, but closed quiet. Sales 1000 bales; receipts
1390: exports 30. Middling 24,',' to 24??.
NEW ORLEANS, January 27.-Cotton, demand
fair: high grades Arm at 25c. Sales 5700 bales; re?
ceipts 5810. Exports to Liverpool 4185 bales:'o
Barcelona 1S1 : to Boston 322. Sugar extremely
dull. Molasses Armer; prime 70c. Gold 21
.Sterling ZI}*, Sight '4' discount.
Norfolk Corn Market.
The Journal, of Hie 'juth Instant, says: Receipts
of the week cannot have been less thanC5.OOO
bushels. The market opened nt thc first <>! thc
week at D2a93c. gradually stiffening up to 05a9*e
thc sales on yesterday being about 20.000 bushels
at 96a9G>ic and to-day about 20,000 bushels, thc
i?IIIk of it at o;,'.c for Hie best dry white in prime
-hipping order. All ol ll If going southward both
by rall and vessel. Later advices rrom there
though, speak bf a full supply and an easier mar?
ket. Yellow is quotable at 92a04'iC for good.
Coastwise vessels have been plenty, and their
rates of freight being somewhat reduced lias
bellied corn up, say 2c per bushel.
NASHVILLE, January 24.-COTTON.-The mar?
ket to day was very Urtu, holders in some in?
stances asking a fraction over the quotations, but
as yet no advance has been established. We quote
unlinary 2ln21'?; good ordinary 22a22'?;low mid?
stock on hand September l, I860...-..
Itecdvcd today. 013
Shipped to-day. 387
Stock on hand. .1,975
FLOCK.-But little doing outside of the local
trade. We quote at $4 70a7 for supers to fancy.
CORN.-Orders are accumulating to a conslder
Lble extent, but owing to thc freight embargo on
:he Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, there
?rill be no shipment for several days.
OATS.-Dealers are delivering lu'depot at 67,'jC.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, January 26.-To day the market
.vas brisk, with sales of 130 bales; middlings
MONTGOMERY, January 25.-Our market is
ictiveand advanced; low* middlings 23a23'4c;
SUMTER, January 25.-Our market has ruled
lulet thc past week at from 20 to 23c, according
o grade; very little offering.
ATLANTA, January 25.-The market closed
ictlvc ut for middlings; 22 for low mid*
llings; 20 fur good ordinary.
SELMA,5 January 25.-Active doman:?: mar
;et closing very strong with an advancing ten
lencv for thc belter grades; sales loo bales
#4? for middlings.
COLUMBUS, January 25.-The market, was
itt ive and buoyant; middlings 23a23'^c, thc ex
remes representing "picked up"' bales, and for a
ot of eve:i a few bales. Some sales were effect.
!dat23.'jc: sales 597 bales; receipts 356 bales;
ibipmenta 460 bales.
MACON, January 25.-Receipts to-day 411 bales;
ales 429; shipped 2>a, The favorable reports
rom Manchester and the Liverpool and New
fer? markets to-day, hail a buoyant effect upon
he market here, and prices advanced ?ic: the
Harket closing buoyant this evening at i-J.'^c for
nlddhugs; offerings light.
Comparut ive Eixporin ot* Cotton and '.Vice
from the Port of Charleston, fruin Sep?
tember 1 to January 27, 1870,
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. nritaln
Other Fr. Ports
Total France..j 328
N. of Europe..
S. of Fin ope...
W. ludios, Ac,
Total F. Ports..I 25021 41756
Boston. 1041 1406 ?iel 14 303.'ii 1222
Rhode Island.I.!. 17R4.
New York. 29".0l 741291 50ti7| 1883| 60136! 7156
Philadelphia...! lOi 6886* lill.| 2C20| 937
Bait. A Nr'folkl.? 1034?: 2159 15 115S7 3u92
Oth. U.S.Forts 333 .j 1813 3S?. 1364
Tot'l Cse Ports! 3377? 02TOB 10243
Grand Total.! 5!>09!l34f.25?in-is6
Cxports of Klee, Naval Stores ?incl Lum?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to January ?7..1870.
i 1860-70. 1S0S- 09.
EXPORTED TO ^^gl LUMBER. j^Jjf.H Lt'MBER.
Bbls. Feet, j Bbls. j Feet.
Ruston. R.fiHi 02,404 8.2771 200.9-12
New York.... 9.122 2,331,04 S 3,1971 2,049.000
Philadelphia.. 3,ssr. 83,ooo 2uo| 1.142,793
Baltimore_1 69U 274,UUO 1,049 1,507,690
New Orleans.. !. .
Provid'ce.R 1. . 113.140.1 62S.S72
Olh'rUSP'rts. 59S.U56.1 313,663
West Indies.. 4' 464,15'J
St J oh 11's, NB.!.
Lon lion. 200;.
Great Britain.! 5.268
Total Foreign.! !0,24o|
Grand Total: 32,500, 4,263,931
_Charleston Wholesale Price?.
BAGGING, ~$ yara
Bundee. 30 ? 45
Gunny Cloth. 23 ? 24
BALE HOPE, lb
Western. 8 @ ?2?
Jute. C @ 8
BITTER-Goshen. 30 ? 45
County.;. 25 @ 30
COTTON. fl re
Ordinary to pood ordinary.... 23 ? 24'..'
Low middling. 24'^?
Middling to strict middling... 24>i@ 25
Good middling. <g
Sea Island. 40 @ 1 00
COFFEE, ? re
Bio. 20 @ 26
Laguayra. 28 ?
Javtt. 35 @ 40
Carolina Fertilizer, ? 2000 lbs. 60 oo @
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 @
Double Reflued Foudrette. 30 oo @
Niles'Phosphate.63 oo ?
Peruvian Guano, 2240 lbs...100 00 @
Pacillc Guano, fi 2000 lbs. os 00 ?
Phoenix Guano.55 00 ?
Bangles Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs CO 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs 65 00 @
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time).;. 57 50 @
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 @
Land Plaster. 24 50 @
Mapes' Super Phos. # 2000 lbs. 65 00 @
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 ?
Wooiston's Vegc'or, fl 2000 lbs GS 00 ?
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Phos, net CO 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 @
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 05 00 @
Sardy's Paciflc Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 @
E. Frank Co's Ammonlated
Bone Phosphate.60 00 ?
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone.... 62 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate.C5 00 @ 75 00
Fi.oi.-R, %} bbl
Fine.5 00 @ 5 50
Super. 5 75 ? 6 00
Northern and Western F.xtru. 6 50 ia 7 00
Ballimore Kxtra. ?
Kxtra.s.. 7 00 ? 7 50
Family. 7 75 ? 9 50
Maryland Oats. ?
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 1 15 <g 1 2s
HAT, fi cwt
North River. @
LUMnKU, ^ M feet
Clear White Pine, first qualltv. 50 00 ? 55 Oo
White Pine, good run. 38 00 ? 40 oo
Yellow Pine. 20 00 @ 24 00
Boards, rough.:. 14 00 ? 15 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, fl gallon
Cuba. 3S @ 44
Muscovado. 68 ? 62
Sugar-house. 50 ? 1 00
New Orleans. 80 ? 85
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl- ,
Tar. .. ? ..
Rosin, pale. ?
Rosin, No. 1. 1 90 ?
Rosin, No. 2. 1 60 ?
Rosin, No. 3. 1 50 ?
Spirits Turpentine, $ gallon.. .. ?
Oakum, fl rc. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d., ? keg 5 05 ? 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 70 ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 60 ?
Dupont's, Blasting. 4 25 ?
PROVISIONS, $ lb
Bacon, Hams. 22'j? 23
Sides. is' @
Shoulders. 15 ?
Strips. 10 @
Lard, In keg.19 @ 20
Butter. 30 ? 45
Cheese. 15 @ 30
Potatoes, irish, $ bbl. 3 00 ? 4 00
Sweet.',. 3 50 a 4 00
Onions. 0 00 ?
Apples. 5 00 ? 6 ?0
Eggs. 40 ? 50
Poultry-Chickens, fl doz_ 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 5 00 ? 6 00
RICE, $ lb-carolina. 5??'? (tu
East India. @ ..
SAIT, sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 & 1 so
Liverpool, tine. ?
SUGAR, fl lb-Raw. @
Porto Rico. Cu)
BEESWAX-fl lb. 38 a 40
HIDES. Green-tl lb. os ?
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NOTE.-We have deducted rrom New Orleans
32,584 bales uplands, from Mobile - bales, from
SavannalL4073 bags sea island and - bales up?
land, and iroin Charleston 2S14 bags sea island and
14C bales upland-Hie quantities received nt those
ports from Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah
Receipts by Railroad, January ?7.
sorrii CAROLINA RAILROAD.
800 bales cotton, 82 bales domestics, 3 cars
stock. To Railroad Agent. Graeser A- Smith, G w
Williams ft co. AV K Rvan. Caldwell ft Son. Wak?
ener ft Stewart, Pelzer. Rodgers k co, Frost, ft
Adger, Reeder ft Davis, Taft ft Howland. Willis A
Cliisolm, G Ii Waller i co, Dowling ft co. Mowry
ft Son. J D Aiken ft co, W C Courtney ft co, Kirk?
patrick ft Witte, Brodie ft co, A B Mulligan, and
Goldsmith & Son.
SO bales upland cotton, 5 bags sea island cotton.
330 kegs nails, boxes tobacco, mdse. Ac. To G w
Williams ft co, Ravenel ft co. Reeder ft Davis, J
Simons. Mowrv ft Son, Graeser ft Smith. Frost ft
Adger, Kendall ft Pockcry. Claghorn, Herring A
cn, W K Rvan. Goillnnl ft Minot t, J E Adger ft co,
Walter ft co, Mts M Davis, A Rutledge. C Grave
ley, S lt Marshall, G Foll?n, S Levy, Naclimann ft
"co, W H Mathews, Coulter ft co, and Railroad
? Sn s" ?3 c ?
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Stock? of Cotton in thc Interior Towns
not included in the Receipts.
Augusta A Hara'g....Jannarv 21
Macon, Ga.January 22
Colunrbus, Ca.January 22
Montgomery, Ala.. ..January 22
Selma. Aln.January 22
Memphis, Tenn.January 21
Nashville, Temi.January 21
ref steamer Pilot Doy. from Fernandina, via
Brunswick, Savannah and Beaufort-J S Purse
and lady, M Hancock, F M Edwards, F P Pope, R
C McIntyre. Miss L Allen, Dr F E Wilder. 0 Han?
cock, W E Worden, W II Brisbane, Jr, W J Ran?
dolph, II M Stuart, Sr, Miss ? Stuart, A Barnwell,
Miss May Rhett, S Bow, J G Cole, and 33 on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, rrom Georgetown, Ac?
s' Emanuel. J 0 Stockham. B F Blake, D G Patter?
son, J S Courtenay, F M Weston, w A Croft, Mrs
A Vandcrhorst, nurse and two children, Colonel
R Nisbet, and 20 on deck.
Per steamer St Helena, rrom Edisto, Rockville,
S Westcoat. J Kine, F M Balley. E Bates A cn, J J
Mlkell and lady. Mrs J J Pope. Miss E Pope. Mrs J
S Ba.vnard, ?r T Mlkell. Dr J L Lee, Miss F F Wha
ley. J Hopkinson, and 20 on deck.
MARINE NE ITS.
CHARLESTON, JANUARY 28.
Sehr John Mettlcns, Burton, Satllla River, Ga
3T00 bushels rough rice. To W c Bee A co.
Sehr Palmetto, Powers, Ashepoo. 1600 bushels
rough rice. To Frost A Adgcr.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Fernandina via Sa?
vannah and Beaufort. 82 bales sea Island cotton,
30 packages mdse, Ac. To J D Aiken A co, Rave
nel A co, Hopkins, McPherson A- co, Fraser A Dill,
J Davis, D A Amme,FKresscl, Miss E L Mathews,
W C Bee A co, W Gurney, McPhiron, J s Purser,
and Marshall A McMillan.
Steamer Emilie. Lewis, Georgetown. S C. 336
tierces rice. 48 bales cotton, 29 bags rice flour,
nuise, and sundries. To Shnckcllord A Kelly, W
0 Bec A co. Risley A Creighton, J R Pringle ft
Son, Deputy U S Marshal, J M Eason A Bro, Frost
A- Adgcr. J E Adger & co, R D Racot, N Emanuel,
Mrs J D Ward, Terry A Nolcn, Lopez A Leslie. G
W Williams A- co, L D Mowry A Son. Thurstou ft
Holmes, J C II Clanssen, C Allston..Ir, and others.
Steamer St Helena. Elliott, Edisto, Rockville,
Enterprise aud landings. 18 bales sea Island
cotton, mdse, and sumirles. To J lt Murray. H r:
Loper, Mowry A Son. W Whnlcv, J Colcock A co,
Stull. Webb ic co, Dr Eckel, J Fraser Ma I he wes,
Ravcncl A co, Stoney ft Lowndes, and Fraser A
Sloop Julia Dean. Harris,-. 1200 bushels
rough ru e. Tn W C Bee A- co.
Boat rrom Christ Church. 10 bags sea island
cotton. To W (iuiney.
Received from chisolm's Ginning Mills. 7 bags
sea Island cotton. To W C Courtney A co. Frost
A Adgcr, A J Salinas, Porcher A* Henry, Bavcnel
ft co, and W A Boyle.
Received from Chisolm's Rice Mill. 101 tierces
rice. To W c Bee A co.
Received from West Point Mill. 25 tierces rice.
To W Gurney.
Steamship Tennessee, Chichester, New York
Courtenay A Trenholm.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore-Courte?
nay A- Trenholm.
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, a Port lu Cuba
J A Enslow A co.
Sehr Eveline, Dutch, a Port In Cuba-J A Enslow
Sehr Scud. Morgan. Navassa-J A Enslow A co.
Sehr S A M li Scull, Stcelman, Port Moumouth.
W I-U F Baker A- co.
Sehr Katie Maria, Dexter, Savannah-n F Ba- i
ker A co.
Stenmshlp Tennessee, Chichester, New York.
Steamship Falcon. Horsey, Baltimore.
Burk Clara, Nickels, Montevideo. I
FROM TRIS PORT. 1
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York, '
Burk Mary Killara, Butler, Liverpool. January 0.
Sehr John Johnson, Merrick, Wilmington, N C.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Monica, Leroy, at Baltimore, January 25.
Sehr L W Buuncll, Buuncll, at Baltimore, Jan- .
CLEARED FOR TniS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull, Duttou, at Baltimore, Jan?
uary 25. I
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New t
York, January 25.
Sehr Anua E Caril, Tyler, at New York, Jnuua- '
Sehr Oneida, Davis, at New York, January 20.
SAILED FOR THIS TORT.
Steamship South Carolina. Adklus, from New
York. January 27.
Bark A B \\ j inan, Wyman, from Liverpool. Jau- 1
SAVANK.vn, January 27.-Cleared, steamships
Livingston, Now York; ship Nile, Liverpool: hark
John E Chase. Sagtia Ia Grande: Narragansett, ;
Havre: sehr E B Kvcrman, Jacksonville.
Thc sehr Anna E Glover, from Boston for
Charleston, arrived at Halmes' Hole January 22.
The sehr John E Daley, from Baltimore for
Charleston, was at Fortress Monroe Jauuary 24.
Thc brig Julia E A*ery, Cooms, from Koston for
Georgetown, S C. arrived at Holmes' Hole Janu?
List of Shippign
IN TOE TORT OF CHARLESTON', JANUARY f.'7.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within thc State, excepted.
Arragon (Br). 1317 tons, Houison, at Royce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Manhattan, 1337 ions, Woodhull, at Adgcr's wharf,
Saragossa, - tons, Ryder, at Vandcrhorst wharf,
rrom New York, ready-Ravcnel A co.
for New York, loading-James Attirer A co.
Prometheus, 5S1 tons, Gray, at Atlantic wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-Jno A Theo Getty.
Missouri. S24 tons, Bradburn, at Brown ft co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W B Smith
lluscongns (Br), 709 tons. Groves, at Vanderhorst's
whai t", for Liverpool, loading-Ravencl ft co.
Gorilla (Br), 705 tons, Say, at Boyce ft co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-ll Mure ft co.
R C Winthrop. 940 tons. Stewart, for Liverpool, at
Atlantic wharf, loading-Patterson ft Stock.
David Brown, 900 tons. Nichols, at Marshall's
wharf, from Newport, Eng, discharging
Slicvo Bloom (Br).Sl?toiis, Leask.at Vanderhorst's
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-Ravcnel ft
Hope, soo tons, Ure. at Atlantic wharf, for Liver.
poul, loading-Willis ft Cbisolra.
Bombav, - tons, Jordan, at Commercial wharf,
ro?- Liverpool, loading-willis ft Chisolm.
Southern Chief, - tons, Higgins, at Atlantic
wharf, from Geuoa, waiting-Master.
Skjold (Nor), 392 tons, Albrethsen, at Kerr's wharf,
from Liverpool, walling-It Mure ft co.
La Remua (Br), 584 tons, Brown, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, for Liverpool, loaning-Henry
The Queen (Br). C9S tons, at Boyce ft co's wharf.
from Liverpool, walting-R Mure ft co.
David Nichols, Lctons.Upinan, at Palmetto wharf.
for New York, repairing-J A Enslow ft co.
Atlantic (Br). 670 tons. Vernon, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-It Mure ft co.
Wetterhorn, 692 tons, Mlnott. at Brown ft co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros ft
David McNntt (Br), 002 tons. Lockhart, at Central
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-R Mure
France (Fr), ooo ton?, Exmelin, at Boyce ft co's
wharf, for Havre, loading-Mottet, H?chel
ft co. . *
Annie Torrey, - tons. Libby, at Accommodation
wharf, rfom Liverpool, discharging-W Roach
Pepina (Span), - tons. Umberr. nt Central wharf,
?rom Matanzas, walting-W P Hall.
Manuel (Span). 238 tons. Pares, at Atlantic wharf,
fur Barcelona,, ready-J A Enslow ft co.
Apollo (Sor), - tons, Reliihart, at Boyce k co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R T Walker.
Lady Pene (Br), 356 tons, Ali?ar, at Commercial
wharf, for Havre, loading-W P Hall.
Castillan, 463 tons. Lang, in Ashley River, for
West Indies, loading-J A Enslow k co.
Croton, no tons. Sherman, In the Stream, for Car?
denas, waiting-J A Enslow k co.
Union fSpnn pol), - tons, Carrlgn, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Josie A DeverCaux, 425 tons, Clark.at Union wharf,
for West Indies, ready-J A Enslow k co.
Pere Audaz (Span), - rons, Botey, at Brown ft
co's wharf, from Cardenas, just arrived-W P
Tajaro (Span), - tons, Rastullo, at Brown Sc co's
wharf, from Mayaguez, P R, just arrived-w
Eliza Pike, - tons, Larkin, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-J ft T Getty.
Thos Miskinimons, no tons, Wyatt, at Palmetto
wharf, from Matanzas, waiting-J A Ens?
low & co.
Eveline. 122 tons, Dutch, at Palmetto wharf, for
West Indies, ready-J A Enslow ft co.
N W Smith, 205 tons, Tooker, in the Stream, for
New York, ready-W Roach A co.
Black Duck (Br), 120 tons, Ellis, at Palmetto wharr,
from Matanzas, to be repaired-J A Enslow
Emma B Shaw, 247 jons, Shaw, In Ashley River,
for a Northern Port, loading-Willis & Chis
Lilly, 412 tons, Hughes, in Ashley River, for New
' York, loading-W Roach ft co.
Sylvan, 137 tons, Yoting, in the Stream, foi Da
rien, Ga, ready-Risley ft Creighton.
S Sc M D Scull, 290 tons, Steelman, at Venning's
wharf, for New York, loading-H F Baker Sc
Mary A Holt, - tons. Holt, nt Adger's wharf,
Jvom New York, discharging-W Roach ft co.
Kare E Rich, - tons. Doughty, in-the Stream,
for Wilmington, N C, ready-W Roach Sc co.
E Sinn^ksen, 275 tons, Wiusmorc, in Ashley
Ri?r, for Philadelphia, loading-Risley Sc
J W Wilson, - tons, Adams, at Central wharf,
from Pliiladelphla, discharging-H F Baker
Mary, - tons, Lvmburner, In the, Stream," for
Bucksville, S C, ready-Olney Sc co.
Eureka, 103 tons, Mayo, in Ashley River, for Alex?
andria, Va, loading-Risley Sc Creighton.
Abigail Haley, - tons, Haley, at Southern wharf,
from Key West, discharging-H F Baker Sc co.
Ida Richardson. 17S tons, Beilul!, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach ft co.
Ida Bella, - tons, Fisher, in Ashley River, from
Rhode island, discharging-W Roach k co.
Benjamin Reed, 197 tons, Gregory, at Union wharf,
from Savannah, discharging-Risley & Creigh?
Marian Gage, 302 tons, Shepherd, In the Stream,
for Wilmington, N C, ready-W Roach k co.
Tennessee, - tons, Creed, in the Stream, for
Bucksville, S C, ready-Master.
jpOR NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
Sim. Adkins, Commander, will sall ^f?^?9u.
for New York on THURSPAY, February
3d, at 3 o'clock P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union
Through Bills Lading will oe issued for Cotton
to LIVERPOOL. HAVRE, Boston and the New
England Manufacturing Cities.
Insurance by the Steamers of this linc per
For Freight engagements, applv to WAGNER,
HUGER A CO.. No. 26 Broad street, or 'o COUR?
TENAY Sc TRENIIOLM, Union Wharves
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
F O il NE W YORK.
Thc First-class side-wheel Stcaniship^v^i?.
MANHATTAN. >L S. Woodhull, O'Ui-gMMi
manlier, will |,>avo Adger's South Wluiri un ?.Vir
URDAV. the 29th lust., at 4 o'clock P. M. precisely.
. ts}"- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
A?rMai?iip Insurance half per cent, hy this Line.
49*Superinr Accommodations for Passengers.
J??f-Tlie Side-wheel Steamship JAMI.S AUGER
follows on TCESPAV, Kebmorv isr.
jan.'i; I JAMES ADGER Sc CO.. Agents.
JP O li L IV E RP??L.
CHARLESTON AM) LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
Thc lino new Civile built Steamship
"ARRAGON." J. G*. Howlson, Muster, V^.,_
?snow receiving enrgo for the above port, to sall
on or about 1st February.
For Freight engagements, apply to ?
ROBERT MURE k CO..
Jan25 _ Agents.
p 0 ll N E~W YORK.
The superior Steamship SARAGOSSA,
Captain C. Ryder, will leave Vandcr-_
horst's Wharf, on FRIDAY, January 28, is"0,
at 2 o'clock P. M. RAVENEL k CO..
VESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect
fully Invited to call and examine '''"^'iflUffiil2
piullty und prices of our GOODS. Full weigh I
ruaran teed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 Klug street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
&$- Brunch of No. OOO Broadway, New York.
The Commodious Stern-wheel Steamer
'ormcrly plying between Wflmlng- _ . ?ff**^Js
on ami lin er Side (Cape Fear River) ?^jJS^L
is passenger and freight boat.
Length over all.166 feet.
Breadth of beam. 20 >a' feet.
Depth of hold. 5 feet.
Draft. 3ii feet.
Two Engines iu good order. Cylinder 16 inches
liameter; 0 foot stroke. Upper deck saloon and
lassengcr accommodation are spacious and com
ortabl?. Lower deck and hold for freight.
II. S. GUION,
Wilmington. Charlotte and Rutherford R. R.
Winningen. N. C._kings io
pOR WRIGHT'S BLUFF AND INTER?
MEDIATE LANDINGS ON TUE SAN
Thc Steamer MARION, Captain " ^-rTH^i*
W. F. Adair, will receive Freight?iS",yS??
TO-MOKROW (Saturday,) the 20th Instant, a: Ac?
commodation Wharf, and leave with dispatch.
Freight fl nd Wharfage must bc prepaid.
For engagements, apply to
janSS IVfcU THE CAPTAIN ON BOARD.
?pOR PA ITA TK A, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
St ?amer "DICTATOR," Captain _
George E. McMillan, sails everjf ?rs^i?Si?m
TUESDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT." Captain Fenn Peck,
sails evcrv FRIDAY EVKNINO at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting with Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills of Lading
for Freight given. _
J. ?. AIKEN A- CO.. Agents,
jania _South Atlantic Wharf.
??oii BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA,
VIA BEAUFORT, SHAVANNAH, AND
POINTS ON THE GEORGIA COAST.
Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain C. - .yff^H
Carroll White, will sail every ^^-JSjiwEfa
DAV MURNINI-, at S o'clock, for above places.
The PU o r BtiY will make an extra trip to Beau?
fort and Chisnlm'rt Landing every FRIDAY, leav?
ing here at S o'clock A. M.
J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
Jania _South Atlantic Wharf.
JD O ? GEORGETOWN, S. C.
WAVERLY, BROOK GREEN, AND KEITnFIELD
MILLS, TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND.
SCHEDULE FOR MONTH OF JANUARY.
Thc Steamer EMILI E.Captain P. C. ? ...xR^Lf*
Lewis, will run as follows, leaving fii-iiWii
Charleston ever? MONDAY and Tut'RSl'AY MURN?
INI: and Georgetow n every WEDNESDAY nud SAT?
URDAY MOANING, at ? o'clock:
LEAVE CHARLESTON. ! LEAVE CRORORTOWS.
MOND VY. January 17. WEDNESDAY.January 19.
THURSDAY. Jandar? 20. SATURDAY. January 22.
MONDA v. January 24. : WEPXEsiuv.Janiiary 26.
THURSDAY, January 27. .SATURDAY, January 29.
MUNDAY, January 31. ,'
Freight and Wharfage must bc prepaid.
No Freight will be received after sunset.
Steamer leaves Charleston from Commercial
^ Freight will bc received on the days previous to
For engagements, apply to
SHACKELFORD & KELLY, Agents,
janl2 Boyce's Wharf.
y ESSELS WANTED,
To freight corn from North Carolina; ca- JS?
pacitv from 200o to ft??o bushels; draft ofS-SS
water not over 'ii feet. High rates and dispatch
guaranteed. Apply to *?
jan28 fmw _ Boyce's Wharf.
Jp O R LIVERPOOL.
Tlie Al Norwegian Brig APOLLO, Reinert,
Master, will have quick dispatch for the
For Freight apply lo R. T. WALKER
Thc fine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T. ?it
Blackimrn, Master, having a large port lon 3?2?
of her cargo aboard. For further Freight engage?
ments, apply to W. B. SMITH A CO..
janlT mwf_Napier's Range.
TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT THE 20TH INSTANT.
The first class American Bnrk WETTER- .?1*
HORN, Landerken, Master, of small capa-SSS.
city, ls rapidly loading for thc above port.
For balaucc of freight room applv to
Jan"_STREET BROTHERS A CO.
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TO ORDER, and of the best material, to any
pattern, go to
No. 155 Meeting street, opposite Charleston Hotel.
Charleston, s. C. _dec!4 Cmos
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?1 HECKS ON NEW YORK
BELLS ON ENGLAND AND FRANCE .
STERLING AIVD -FI?ANC8 -
ADVANCES ON CONSIGNMENTS,
By LESF.SNE & WELLS,
nov2 ."mos ** No. io BIIOAD STREET.
QOGNA'G BRANDY IN CASES.
A. TOBIAS' .SONS, otfer for sale, 300 case?, 1
dozen each, Cognac BRANDY, '.Vine Growers"
brand, and three years old, in bonded warehouse.
This BRACE, ,n Its peculiar co istructiou, has al
the advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES
First. It. does not disarrange thc Shirt Bosom.
Second, lt cannot slip ctr thc shoulders. Third.
There is lea? strain on the buttons or thc pants
than with common Suspenders. Fourth. Each
section of the pants can be adjusted Independent*
I}-. Fifth. Rv means of thc Adjust Bile Hack Strap
a gentle or powerful Brace can be obtained.
Sixth. It attaches lo ih<> pants at the sumo points
that thc ordinary Suspender does.
Sule Agent In Charleston,
33 . SCOTT,
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOOD^
Meeting street. Opposite Market Hall.
PHONIX GU A N O
WILCOX, r; i B B s A CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND rLASTER COMPOUND,
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & CO,
IMPOETEES & DEALEES IN
No. f-1 Bay street, Savannah.
No. 211 Broad street, Aug sta.
No. C4 East Bay, Charleston.
^ Send for Circular givirg prices, tems^cer
tl?catcs, Ac. Janl8 tufs3mos