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COMM Eltl'I AL SEWS.
LIVBRPOOL-Per Cr uart Agra-2005 bales up
and cotton, 13 bags sea island cotton, 250 tons
phosphate rock. 1200 staves.
BALTIMORE- Fer steamship sea Gull-103 tierces
rice, 262 bales of cotton 15 bales domestics. 20
casks clav, 22,000 feet of lumber, 5 hhds hides,
1420 sicks ground phosphate, aud 81 pkgs sun?
The Charleston Colton, Klee and Naval
OFKICB Cr RLESTON NEWS, 1
FRIDAY EYBMNQ, December 22,1871. J
COTTON.-The market exhibited fair activity
or this staple, the better grades showing rather
more strengt h ; sale* about 1700 bales, including 350
?ld the evening before, viz : 28 at 17%. 6 at 17%,
35 at 18,17 at 18,'?-, 19 at 1S%,23 at 1S%, 121 at 18%,
??8 at 13%. 443 at 19, 21 at 19',', 56 at 19%. '.50 oa
private term3, and the evenin0 before 15 at 17%,
30 at 18 '?'. We quote :
Ordinary to ?rood ordinarv.17%@18*i
Kies-This grain was quiet: sales only 18
tierces of c ean Carolina at 7,%c V lb. We quote
.common to fair at 6%@7%, gool 7%(?53c.
NAVAL STOBES.-There were no sales reported.
FR SIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal >u uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
Tork, %dou uplands, ld on sea islands; by sall,
? T-ldd oa uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Havre lc on uplands. Coastwise-to New ?ork by
-?team %c on uplands and lc on Bea Islands; $2 ?
tierce >n rice; by sall %c on cotton; - V tierce
on rice; 40c $ barrel on rosin; $7@S 9 M on lum
?er; $9@10 Uk M on timber. To Boston, by sall?
ee V rb on upland cotton. To Provllenee, by
.all $S 3 Mon boards, ?ic ? ? cn cotton;by
?team $1 t? bale on New Vork rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam %c 9 tb on uplands; by san, $7
H M cn boards; $J on timber; $3 per ton tn clay,
?id f Sft$S 50 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
?team %c 3 lb by sall, SS 50@: ? M cn boards;
$3@3 25 H un on phosphate rock. Vessels are lu
demand by our merchants to take lumber freights
from Georgetown, S. O, Darien anl Satilta Riv. r,
-Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
?nd $10@12 9 M are the rates on ?umber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills nominal.
Don KS ric EXCHANGE.-The banks are pur?
chasing eight checks ar % off, and sell at par.
Markets by Telegraph.
M NEY MARKE TS.
LONDON, December 22-Noou.-Consols 92%.
PARIS. December 22-Noon.-Rentes 56? 22c.
Specie*decreased a trifle.
Smtr YORK, December 22-Noon -Freights
dolt. Stocks very strong and acive, (?old sxa
8%. Governments dull and steady. States dull
and steady. M ney a fraction on commission.
Sterling, long9%; short9% percent.
Evening.-Freights heavy. Money closed a
trifle east r, eminently respectable brokers ac?
commodated at 7 cinrency to gol i ; discounts 10a
IS. Stirling 9*?'a9.v Gold sviaS.S- Govern?
ments steady. sixty-twoB 9%. states rather
dall. Tennessee lc t etter. New South Carolinas
LIVERPOOL, December 22-Noon.-Cotton open?
ed Arm; uplands 9%a.Od. Orleans 10%:; sales
12,000 bales; ales of tne week 73 OOO; export 8000;
?peculation 7000; stock 438 OOO; American 77,(00;
re elp's 43,coo; Amerlcin 36,000; actual exports
Later.-Cotton firm: < xp rt and speculation to
dav 30 Cb iles; stock ad .-at 460,ooo.
Evening.-Cotton closed strong; nplands 9%da
lOd. orleans io vi. Yarns and fabrics st? ady.
NKW YORK, December 22-Noon -cotton noni
Bal; nplands -0%c, Orleans 2ic; f-a es 500 bales.
Evening.-Cotton dull; sales 2993 bales; uplands
30% e, Orleans 21 u
PROVIDENCE, December 22-Ne' receipts of cot?
ton for the week 1590 b ties: s'ock io.coo.
BOSTON. December 22 -Cotton quiet and flrm
ml idlings SOC; n<t rece pt) 43"> bates; gross 20?;
?ales 500: stock 65i0; net re elpts of the week 1623;
(ross 15,635; sales of the week 2500.
PHILADELPHIA, December 22- Cotton quiet;
mtddilr gi 2Q%c; net ieee pts 621 bales; stock
BALTIMORE, Deecember22 -Cotton quiet and
?teadj; middlings 2ocents;net receipts324 bales;
grross 1521; exports coastwise 155; rales 32.:
stock 2543; net receipts lor the week 8?; gross
3327; exports to Great Britain 700; coastwise 1040;
?ales of the week 2417.
CITY POIST, Decembe- 22 -The net receipts of
cotton tor tie week were 940 bales.
NORFOLK. Dece ?ber 22.-Cotton dull; low mtd
eilngs 18%al8% cent?; net receipts T69 biles;
exports tu a twise H20; sales 200; stock 6152; net
rece pt? fo? the week 8062; exports coastwise
434 0; sales of the week 1310.
WILMINGTON, December 22 -Cotton flrm; mid?
dlings toe; net receipts 539 bales; exports coast
w se 248; sale* 65; stock 4115; net receipts of the
w ck 3uio; exports coastwise 1155; saes of the
.week 37 >.
SAVANNAH, December 22.-Cotton stroig and la
?ctive demand; middlings 19c; net re .-el? s 5337
bales; exports to Rotterdam 1710; coastwl-e 1072;
asl-R 3000; sto k 74,331; net receipts or the week
36.-js J; extorts to Great Britain 4167: to the conti
?ct 15 447; coastwise 4730; eales of the week 9700
Acorar A. December 22.-Cotpn ate ?dy; mid?
dlings 18%; bet receipts 3855 bales; sales looo;
?tock 1870. is soo; 1671, H.3SS: n< t rece pta of the
'Week 9365; sales of the week 7:95.
.NASHVILLE, December 22-Cotton firm; lo?
middlings l8%c; receipts of the week 3100; ship?
ments 061 ; stock 26 5.
MONTGOMERY, December 22 -Cotton receipts of
toe week 3850; shipments 3064; stock 1870, 12,290;
1671, 12. Ot.i
COLUMBUS, i"ecember2:.-G tton quiet; recel nts
'2930 bale*; shipments USO; sale? 75; stock 1870,
I 12,20. ; 1871, 9610.
MACON. December 22-Cotton flrm; middlings
" I8%c; receipts 4117 bales; shipments 1650; stock
1870. 12.450; 1871, 13,5i5.
MEMPHIS. December 22 -Cotton dull and nomt
1 ?al; middlings l9%c: receipts 169; bales; stock
' 1870." 86.448; 1871, 2?.96?; receipts oP the week
17,982; shipments 16,5)5.
MAWORLEA>S, December 21-C tton flrm ; mi l
di ngs 19Hc.net receipts 5979 bales; gross 6655;
exports to Great Bru. in 3023; coastwise 1520;
?ales 3100; stock 150,952; ret receipts of the week
43,019; gro s 43,134; exports to Great Britain
12, SCO: coutlnent ?983; coast Aise 5462; sales of the
MOBILE. December 22.-Cotton easy; midd Ings
I8%c: ne' receipts 2052 bales; ex r or ts 0 Great
Btltaln 4048; . oastwise 4590; sales i",oo >; sto:k
S1.675; net receipts of ttte week 17,278; ?-xports to
Great Britain 4043; cons wUe 5359; sales of the
QAI-ESTON, December 22.-O tton active: good
.ord I ?ia 7 i: se; net receipts 1914 bales; exports to
Great Britain 2*81: coast* he 45: >a!e< 20 0; st. ok
37,843; receipts of the we-.-k 10,452; exports to
Great ?rita u 4915; eoastwlse 2008; sales of the
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS
LONDON. DC comber 22 -Sugar on the spot 35a
35s 6 i: afloat 3ls.
LIVERPOOL. December 22 -Noon.-Breadstuifs
quiet. Pork 62s 61. Lard 45*.
Evening - cumberlan 1 c;?t C4s 6d.
NEW YORK. Deodinner 22- Noon -Flour dull and
declining. Wheat dull but favors buyers Corn
nominal. Pork $13 50. Li>rd heavy. Naval stures
Evening.-Flour drooping; common to ralr ex?
tra S<> 50a7 2\ go? d to eh ice $7 35a9 3 >. Whiskey
?6c. wheat very quiet; winter red Wester .J SI 66
?159. Corn ucchange 1 and la moderate home and
export demand. Bice ?tea y at 8%*9c. Pork
lower at $14 75. Pe f steady. Lard qitet. Tur?
pentine 60c. Rosin $5A5 10. Tallow h m at 8Va
BALTIMORE. December 22.-Flou- quiet and
steady. Wheat dull and nominally un-hangul.
?Corn active; white 63a70: jed ov 7). Ons fl 53a
? 50. Poik $115. Bacon quiet; s'.ioul Icrs 7jf.
Lard 10. Wi lskey 95.11-6.
CINCINNATI. December 22.-Floar unchanged.
Fork nominal at $13 5*>al3 75. Lard qatvt: kettle
Scents. Bacon very wrak; shouldeis t>% cents;
sides 7%. Whiskey 90 ccniB
ST LOUIS, i'ecem er 22.-Flour unchanged.
Corn eoBter. Whiskey 89 cent-. Pork and bacon
nnchange I. Lard dec lutng. 8%aSJi cents.
louisviLLB, December 22-Hagging quiet at
13%ai5 cents. Provisions dull. Mes *14 for
NEW ORLEANS, Do ember 22.-Sugar dull an 1
lower; Inferior 6 6%c; common to good common
?%a7; fair to fully fdr 7%a8%; pr.me 9a9%.
1?O?.I.-SC* easier; inferior 20auuc; common 3H34;
fair 35833: prime 39a40; strictly prime 42a44.
Whiskey ?carce at 95ea$la$l 03%. Coffee flrm at
WILMINGTON. December 21.-[Weekly Report j
TURPENTINE.-Wo have DO change to report in
this article since the close of our last, the market
?a regards prices ruling Hie same a* reporte.; for
.everal weeks pasr. There, ls a moderate de
.mind existing from both shippers and dlstllleis,
?nd the present lecelpts are just H:ttlcient 11 sun
ply the demands, allowing no stock to accumu?
late. The market, cio-es active at $3 60 for hard,
-$* 25 f ir yellow dip, and $5 35 for virgin, per 230
lbs. Since then an advance of 10c has been ob- '
sained on hard. This advance has had 00 ten
. J ency towards advancing other grades, as the
l?gber figure was paid for a lot which Just suited 1
?the buyers' convenience.
SriRiTs TURPENTINE.-Cnder the good a lvlces <
iron both Northern and foreign ma*kets, this ar?
ticle daring the pant week bas advanced fr. m
?day to day. On Friday the market opened with a "
?-better feeling, ?nd sties were made, deliverable I
-SB the 25th. at 62c per ga lon. Saturday there was i
?a active demand from buye s. and sales of 1337
casks were m ide at advanced flgur. s. ?ince then
?aere hos b en a brisk inquiry, and pa'es have f
*>een mad? at a steady advance. To dav, Thurs?
day, the market cio?e* firm a' 65c per gatton. Th-* 1
receipt* are very l'gn-. and the st-ck on mark-t
ls about 3070 bbls, which 1. nvstly la buyers'
A?nds. I g
TAR -The market rales the same as reported at
the close or our last, no change or pnce being
made. The receipts have Improved, and over?
reach any previous week during the month or
De -ember. A mo ?erate demand has existed f ora
shippers during the week, and all brought to
market has met with ready sale nt $2 50 per bbl.
Rc si *.-The report a active demand existing
for all grades or this article has continued
throughout the pas' week, and all Qualities show
a shade advance on previous quotations, sir tin?
ed and No. 2 ore In active lnquir, fr m buyer.-,
but the amount or stock here ls s.) small that
transactions are limped. The finer gra 'es have
advanced a shade, but th; demand existing has
been mostly tor the lower qualities, and higher
grades have Leen somewhat neglected. The re
ceipts by rall show an Improvement, but by river
are only moderate.
Receipts per Railroad, December ?3.
SOCTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2093 bales cutou 103 b ils naval stores. 1 car
stock. To Ratiroad Agent. VY W Smith, Pe'zer.
Rodgers A- co, A J Salmas. L D Mowry 4 Son, W
C eourmev & co, Oeo V Williams A co. Tren
holm A Soo, T P .-?mtth. W K Ryan, w B w tillaras
A Son. Kinsman A Howell. G ll Walter A co, I. D
DeSdussure. A s Smith, Murdaugb A Mathews.
Frost, Adger A co, W C Bee A co, wttte Bros, T T
Chapeau, Waniliw 4 Oarew, Gra' ser A Harmon,
Dowling A co. Ga Hird A Mlnotr. A B Mulligan. J
Colcock A co. iteeder A Davis, Wagener A week?
ly. Sloan A Selgnlou', W Gurney, and W B Smith
78 bales upland and 36 bags sea Island cotton,
170 bois naval stores, cars lumber and wood,
rough rice, cora. mdse. Ac. To L D Mowry A
Sou, W K Ryan, Frosr, Adger A co, G W williams
A co. T P Smith, A S Smith, A J Salinas, Kins?
man A Howell, barden A Parker, Trenholm A
Son. Pe zen Kod.ers A co, J A Quacienbush, H
Klatte A co. Caldwell A Son, Ravenei A co, Edw
willis, Mrs Eas'erby, Thomson, Ravenei A co, W
C Bee A co. Iugraham A- Son, L Finley, Wanltiw
A Carew, Bnrmeister A Zerbs-, B Malletort. Mrs
M A Bennett. Wilcox, Gibbs A co, A T stephens,
F L Meyr r, P B Lalane A co, S ii S oney. Stoney
A Lowndes, Chas Lelnenrood, C A A R G Chlsolm,
Railroad Agent and Order.
Per steamship Charleston, from New? York
C E Jackson, E N Wa'dron. G Wntrbe and wire, J
H Turpeny, Mary Smith. Ann Murphy, J Bishop,
G H and Topenny, J McConkev, Flora Bernstein.
Urs T C Tyler, Miss H F Taylor", C Fink A Ellis, H
W Slop-itr, J P Nesmith and wire, Mrs Jas Berry,
and ll steerage.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, rrom Beaufort. Pacific.
Chlsolm's and other Landlugs- Miss M Kir y. H
Vanne s. Capt Jno Muv, W Ryan. E Baker, Kev T
Musgrove, Cant D Sinclair, C ? Brighton, M Carey,
c J Faller, and 13 deck.
Per. steamer Pocosln, fr?. m Edlsto-W Jenkins
ard 61 deck.
Per steamer Emilie, rrom Georgetown. S C
Miss L J Qulgley. Miss E S Uerio'. Miss M E 11er,rr,
J li 1)-nek, A J tinstone. K H Wilson, J E Rea y,
C M Mauli, Miss Pluck nev. J W Barnwell, Miss E J
Trenholm. II Grimba 1. Miss A G Holmes, G Tren?
holm, J H Holmes, and 12 deck.
MOON'S rn ASKS.
Last Quarter 5'h. 1 c- cr. 23 m nates, morn: g
Sew Moon iKfi. 10 inn s 42 "unwu-s. eveo;ti,?.
First Quarter. 18rh. 3 ^*.nrs. 21 mlnure-t. evecli g.
Full Hoon, ie ii, 4 aours, 15 minutes, evening.
21 Thursday -
JZARIXE XE WS.
CHARLESTON, U.C.DECEMBER 23.
'.at Si deg 46 mm 33 sec. | Lon "?deg s: ni in 27 s' c.
Steamship Charleston. Berry. New York-left
19th lose Md - e. To Jas Adger A co, J E Adger A
co, J Archer. i? A Amme, U Blsch'<rf A co, chase
A Cuttlno, T M Bristoll A co, B Boyd, D H Byerly,
E E Hertford. T M Cater. Ju HG aussen, u Cobla
A co. Crane, Boylston A co. Cameron, Barkley A
co, L C >hen A co, Dowle, Moise A Davis, K Daly,
M Drake. J H Ducker. G H Kysenbach D B Gilli
land. Elias Bros. D F Ftemin.' A co. D B Haselton,
P L Cuiliemin, Heath A Bice. J Holmes, Hart A co,
J H Hillen, Johnston, Crews A co, A Illing. Killick.
Wickeuberg A co, G W Klinck, C Kerrison, Paul B
Lalaue A co, Laurey A Alexander, c Litschgi. J ll
Lawton A C?, J W Linley, Macqueen A Riecke, J
G Mitnor A co, S It Marshall A co, wm McKav. R
M .ir lu, McLoy A Rice D O'Neil', B O'Neill, F L
O'NelP. ueteudorir A co, J c OJeman, C F Pank
nln, D Paul A co, R Q Pinc?ney, F Schuckmann,
Stedens, Werner A Ducker. W fhepherd A co, E
B Stoddard A co, Southern Express co. Wagener
A Moriaers. R TlioiiiUnson A co. Toldas' Sons, A L
Tyler, S II Wilson A Bro, O F Wleters, W r, Wnll
den. ii M Well , W J Yates, and others. Stormy
passage; dei tine i five hours by a snow storm.
Commercial Lin- sehr Carrie A BeMU-v, Falken
berg, New York-72 hours. Mdse. To ll F Baker
A co, S C Railroad co, H Bl-ch ff A CO, W c Bee A
co. B Bovd, T M Brl-toll A co. W M Bird A co, F C
Borner, K R Cowperth wal', J Gampseu A- co, T M
Cater, 0 Claclm. J H Graver A co. J W Harrisson,
Heath A P.lce. J Iluikamp A co, J Heins, ll Kl itte
A co, A Langer, W Marscher, B O'Neill. Steffens.
Werner A D icker, Paul, Welch A Lnmdc-s, Capt
Stone. Tietjen A Luden. J A Quark^nbush. utto F
Wieters, R Thomllusou * co P P T.-ale, P Walsh,
Wagener A Mousee-1, Wm G Whilden, agent, and
ol he i s.
Sehr Robert S Graham, Smith. Philadelphia-7
days. Co.'l and m ls\ To J A Enslow A co, T M
Cater, Chaikston Gaslight co. Howie, Moise A
Davl?, Railroad Agent, C D Franke, U A Due, G W
Williams A co, Dr H Baer. S R Marshall A co. Jas
Cosgrove, Kinsman A Howell. Goodrich, Wine
mau A co, Stedens, Werner A Ducker, Hart A co,
C F Schettmann. Klluc-k, Wickenberg A co.
Sehr Surah Wood, Hickman, Philadelphia-10
days. Coal. To F P Seignlou?. Vessel :o H F
Baker A co.
Sehr Gen R E Lee, Gradick. Cooper River. 950
bushels rough rice. To w c Bee A co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNolty. Beaufort, Chls?
olm's and Pacific Laudtngs. 27 bags sea island
cotton ami mdse. To Ravenei. Holmes A co. D
McPhersoo. Mary Simons, C M Barnwell. J Apple,
F Kre-sel. S R Marthall A co. W Matihlessen, w
c Bee A CO, J Hanckel. D Lopez. B C Adams. W M
Bird A co, Paul F Mathews, C H Gild len, and
Steamer Emilie. Wnlte, Georgetown, s C.
ITO aerees rice. 3 bales cotton nids? and san?
di les. To Shackelford A Kel y, J R Pringle A Son,
Chas Alston, B Boyd, N Emanuel, A Weston, F G
MlchtL E N Tliuiston, W K Ryan, J R Tucker, D
Semke. L D DeSaussure, Pluckney Bros. W C Bee
A co, Mrs J J Miscally, J Pitman, and oHiers.
Steamer locosin, "aunon, Edistu. 22 bales cot?
ton and sundries. To J H Murray, Ingrahani A
Son, Stoney A Lowndes H F Baker A co, Jno Col?
cock A co. F Richards, W c Bee A co, Wegener A
Weekly. Fraser A Dill, and others.
Boat from Johns' Island. 10 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser A Dill.
Boat from James Island. 5 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser A Di L
- Boat rrom John's Island. 3 bags sea Island cot
tr n. To R Roper.
necetved from Chlsolm's Mill. "0 tes rice. To
L D De;a ?ssure.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton. Baltimore-Paul c
British bark Agra, Fisher, Liverpool-U Card.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton. Baltimore.
Spanish bark Gesoria. Mol?a, Barcelona.
British balk Hr thers, Jenkins. Amsterdam.
Sehr Constitution. Smith, Jacksonville. Fla.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and Savannah.
FROM THIS PORI'.
steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, at New York,
ship Emily B Southard,-, at Liverpool, De?
CP FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Sarah M Smith, Bishop, at Liver?
pool, December 2.
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, December 21-Arrived, the Catha?
rina aud A Camp, from New Orleans.
NEW YORE. Decemoer 22.-Arrived, steamships
Cuba and Missouri.
Arrived out, the Kussli
The Brlttsh ship County r f pic'.ou. Erskine, for
Bull River, s C, cieate 1 at Bostou 17th luBt.
LIST OF VESSELS
OP, CLKARSD AND SAILLO FOR TUIS POST.
Br ship Muscongus, Groves, sailed.Nov 22
Br bark Colonist, Baos-u !, sailed.Nov 25
Br ship Magdala, MacK, up.Oct 24
Br bark BePlste, Williams, sailed.Oct 18
i he *oe8kummeren, Westergaard, tl'd.(,ct 17
The Windermere, Yeoman, salli d.Oct 17
The Preso, Jenkins', sailed.Sept 29
Br bar? Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Oct 17
ship John Sidney, Bartlett, sailed.Oe, 13
The Little Fred, Dear, sailed.Nov 17
Hr bark Perseverance. Cook, cleared.. ct 31
sehr Henrietta Burnett, up.Nov 21
pan brig San Rafael, Pensativo, cl'd.Dec 9
lr bark Ce:?ste, Fullerton, up.Oct 21
iranb.lg Joven Carmelita, Anye, sailed...Nov 25 11
R. A 8
(So.let and ? aneri (Sta. bs.
HAIR OILS, &C.
JEAN MARIE FARINA'S,
Corner King and Vander
matchee, Jenjelrrj, Ut.
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK
PLAT EDW ARE,
IVE W STORE,
Under the Masonic Arch,
No. 289 King street.
FANCY G O O 13 8,
THOMAS &, LANNEAU.
S. T I OM AS, JR, WM. S. LANNEAU.
No. 255 KING STREET,
CORNER OF BEAUFAIN,
There ts a full and new stock of
SUITABLE FOR TUE CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS.
VTA rCHBS, JEWELRY, SILVER, CHINA
JEWEL STANDS, Ac , Ac,
CHINA CUPS AND SAUCERS,
with and without Mottoes, and with names.
CHINA TEA AND DINNER SETS.
FINE CUT AND ENGRAVED GLASSES,
declS-12 WINES, Ac. Ac.
PUT UP IV CASES, SPECIALLY
FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY, AT
TXo. 307 KING STREET.
Jg ALL, BLACK & CO.
NOS. 565 and 567 BROAD WAT, N. T.,
offer for the HOLIDAYS the most complete and
best selected assortment of the following Goods
to be found In the etty:
DIAMOND AND COLD JEWELRY
Watches for Ladies and Gentlemen
Sterling Silver Table Ware
Bronzes, Antique and Modern
Marble and Bronze Clocks
FANCY GOODS GENERALLY
jyjRS. II. J. COTCHETT,
BRANCH OF MME. DEMOREST,
No. 277 KINO STRBKT. OPPOSITE MES?IS. CARRING?
TON & Co.
DRESS MAKING In all Its brandies. PAT
TERNS alway on hand for sale.
Stitching neat y executed. AU orders promptly
mended to. nov28-ftulmo
IF YOU WANT CHEAP COOKING STOVE3,
Call at No. 16 Broad s.reet.
"MOTI'S CELEBRATED DEFIANCE
A LARGE VARIETY OF HEATISG STOVES,
For Parlor, Church and Office.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HOU8E
Furnishlng Articles and Kitchen Utensils.
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING AND
Plumbing Work promptly attended to.
WELL, CISTERN AND FORCE PUMPS,
AX? AMS, DAMON ?fe CO.,
dec21-thstu No. 16 Broad street.
COOKING AM) HEiTISG STOVES
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
No. 24 UAYNE STREET,
No. 35 riNCKNEY STREET.
tints, (CUDS, ?urs, X?.
fjl E M P L E OF FASHION
269 King street..269
C. H. JOHNSON
Has now on hand the
LARCEST STOCK OF FUR8
ever offered la thia city. In tra tation and real im?
ported gooda. Sets fiom f3 so $15?.
This Stick has been well selected, and Furs sold
by this bouse are warraated to be perfect.
ALSO, A URGE STOCK OF
SILK HATS. WHICH C INNOT BE BEAT, at $5
$6 and $7. A call ls solicLel, and pleasure taken
In showing goods. dec2-swimo
C. C. PLENGE,
No. aOl KING- STREET,
Begs leave to Inform hu falends and patrons
that he has now ou exhibition a COMPETE
CHILDREN'S HATS A SPECIALTY.
? Excelsior Muff.
All of wh;c!i he offers on the most liberal cash
As to the superior qasJttv < f tis Goods, he chal?
lenges the scrutiny o; lbj UiOdl fastidious,
Doors, Susses nnb BliiiTSs
SASHES AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed his Ofllce to and orened his prin?
cipal SALESROOMS at No. 20 HAYXK STREET
and No. 33 PI>CKNKT STREBT, where he takes
plnasure tn offertes to the ru' lie a full stoi k ol
his own manufacture of DO?R?\NA.>UES,BLINDS
MOULDINGS. NEWELS. BALUSTERS, Ac.
WOOD TURNING in all Its branches.
A specialty made of FRENCH and AMERICAN
WINDOW GLASS, at WHOLESALE and RETAIL.
?Sr- Orders for ntock of Irregular size work re?
ceived either ar. the Salesrooms, No. 20 HAYS8
STREET.or at the FACTORY on Horlbeck'8 wharL
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO;
CASU PRICE AT FACTORY, $45 per ton. Time, $:0.
CASH, S50. TIME, f55.
ACID BONE PHOSPHATE.
CASU, $25. TIME, $30.
GROUND CAROLINA PHOSPHATE
CASH, $16. TIME, $20.
NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER.
The above-named AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC and PHOSPnO-PERCYIAN GUANOS are
rich compounds of ?ne highest grades o' B ne Phosphates, readered soluble and ammonlated with
No. l Peruvian Guano snd animal mstter, making the most concentrated and profitable Fertilizers In
use, combining the ingredients required to produce and support the Cotton Plint and Cerea a.
While these Fertilizers are warranted to be kept up to their high standard, the prices have been
materially reduced for the present season.
Manufactured and for sale at Charleston, S. C.. by
JOHN B. SARDY & SON.
Messrs. G. A. TRFNHOLM A SON, General Agents. Also for sale by Agents throughout the South.
For analyses and certificates s nd for pamphlet. < dec2l-tbstu8rjjos
THREE VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES ARE OPFERED BY THE SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPER?
PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF CHARLESTON, S. C., viz:
A comp ete M?NURF, adapted to COTTON, GRAIN AND TOBACCO, being the well known artlcl?
heretofore offered at the very high gra<ie of 15 PF.R CENT. DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
LIME, with the at ' lt lon. as heretofore, of PERUVIAN GUANO, AMMOSI* AND POTASH Price $55
per ton, if paid on or before the 1st of April next, and $6J per ton payable lat November, 1872.
ETIWAN CROP FOOD.
A new srt'ele of a^out the ?ame high grade of Soluble Phosphate, enmrounded with the elements
or Collen Seed m such a manner as to insure me of the MEST FERTILIZERS FOR lOTrON AND
GRAIN, at a lower pric-? than the ETIWAN GUANO. Price $40 per ton, tf paid on or beiore the 1st of
April next, $45 per ton payab.e 1st November, 1872.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BONE.
Averaging from 18 to 20 pet cent, of DISSOLVED BONE PEOSPHATE. and thus enabling the
Planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of half that, grade at a saving of ONE-HALF COST AND
FRF1GHT. Frlce $35 per ton. If raid on or before the 1st of April neat, $40 per ton payable 1st No?
OS- Take notice that nil these FERTILIZERS are of the highest grade o? SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
and must help for more than one year.
W. C. BEE & CO., General Agents,
dec20 CHARLESTON. 8. C.
pACIF?c GUANO 'COFPXN Y* S
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
PRICE-$25 CASH, WITU USUAL ADVANCE FOR
Thts article ls prepared under the superintend?
ence or Dr. ST. JULIAN* RAVENEL, expressly for
composting with Cotton Seed.
lt was Introduced by this Company two yea-s
ago, and Its us? has fully attested Its value. 200
to 250 pounds or this article per acre, properly
composted with the same weight or cotton seed,
famishes the planter with a Fertilizer or the high?
est excellence at the smallest cosr. A Compost
prepared with this article, as by prlntel direc?
tions furnished, contains ail the elements or fer?
tility that can enter into a First C u-s Fertilizer,
while ns economy must commend its ll eral use
to planters For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. HOBSON,
ARI nt Pacific Guano Company.
NOB. 63 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharr.
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
O L U B L E
PRICE, $45 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the use or this GUANO for the
past six years tn Hus state, for Cotton and Corn,
has so far established Its chirac ter for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy or the
Cotnpauy to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the luwtst cost to consumers, this Guano
is put Into market this season at the above re?
duced price, which the Comp ?ny ls enabled to do
by reason 0 ?ts large facilities an 1 the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies put into market this season are. as
heretofore, prepared under the personal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Jul an Raveuel, Chemi .t or
the Company, at Charleston. S. C., henoe punters
may rest assured ti at its quality and c mpo-l:ton
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can te fertilized with 200 pounds cu a tn ata cost
not exceeding the prese il value of SO pounds or
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition of season and cultivation the
crop ls Increased by the ap Heat ion from tv. " to
three-fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
under no condition could Its application fall to
compensate for the outlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pa -?ac Guan > Company,
Nos. 63 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, s. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
Booti, ?hoes, &c.
H O Elfr H~cT? sT~SH OES!
SPECIAL BV STEAMSHIP VIRGINIA TUIS DAY,
PATTERN OF AMERICAN GAITER,
Coi) PORTADLE. STYLISH AND GENTEBL,
Suited for t'je Ball ro m.
Young Gents walting for them will please call
and procure a (lt.
decIO No. 121 Meeting street.
"pOGABTIE'S BOOK DEPOSITORY.
We arc now displaying an unrivalled stock or
ELEGANT BOOKS lu every department of Lite?
All the New and Standard Poets, Illustrated;
Staudard Literature and Theo ogy, the best edi?
Especial care has been taken to make this de?
partment attractive by the selection of Good
Books, combining entertainment as well as In?
struction to the young. The little folks have had
especial attention given to their wants this sea?
son by the publishers generally. Books for the
young of all ag' s are amongst the most beautiful
publications of the scacon, and much lower in
pi Ices than last year.
BIBLES AND PRAYER BOOKS.
Oxford Editions of Family and Pocket Bibles.
We have Just received a large invoice of Oxford
Bib es and Prayer Books. The assortment embra?
ces every variety ot editions and styles Issued by
the Oxford press, which, together with a variety
of other English and American editions, make
the la' gest. and most elegant variety of Bibles and
Prayer Books ever orfeied foreale In Cbarlestou,
and at greatly 1 educed prices.
Illustrated Books and Sets ol Standard Authors,
Including Scoit, Cooper, Dickens, Thackeray,
Isaac Disraeli Lamb. Waverly Noven, Macaulay,
Christopher North, Poe, Hallam, Mllmau, Hood,
Froude. Moromsew. Jowett'a Plato, AC. AC.
Our stock 19 too large and varied to enumerate,
but our store ls arranged with a view to the con?
venience or customers, and the price or each
b JOS marked In plain figures.
Desks, Work Boxes, Writing Cases. Portroll js,
Photograph Albums, Fancy Ink Stands, Fancy
Boxes ol Note Paper.
Suuday School Library and Books for Prizes,
Sunday School Cards, Illuminated Texts, Fancy '
Books, and a large variety of Books suitable for
pr?sentation to teachers and scholars.
MST Persons residing in cue couairy will pleasi
bear lu mind that by Bending their orders to ut
tor any books published In America, they will be
charged only the price of the book. We pay roi
rtc postage or express. 1
93- Address v I
FOGABTIE'B BOOK DEPOSrrOBY,
No. seo King street, (in the Bend,- Charleston, s. 0
To the Ladies of Charleston.
To be Raffled bj thc COA ILE ?TON CHARITA?
BLE ASSOCIATION, In public, on SATURDAY,
THE 23D OF DECEMBER instant, can be seen
at Mr. !? K KIN'E's DRUG STORE, No. 260 King
The DIAMONDS consist or sets of Earrings and
Breastpins, and Rings, Bracelets, Gold Watclies
and Opera Chains, Gentlemen's Fine Gold
Watches (Stem-winders) and Ch: ins. All the
goods are warranted to be of the first quality,
and any Jeweller can examine them as to their
.genuinen -ss and quality. 1 he Diamonds are ile ii
and large, and set In the latest stjl>, and have
Just been Imported for the Association by the cele?
brated Importing Jewellers "LARMOUR k CO.,"
of Baltimore City.
CERTIF CATE CHANCES only ONE DOLLAR,
anzcan be purchased at Mr. SARINE'S STORE.
Ladies and Gentlemen are respectfully Invited
to examine these Beautiful Goods. A lady will be
lu attendance there from io to 1 o'clock-, each day,
ari a will be pleased to show the Diamonds,
Watches, Ac. dec7-15
WHEELER & WILSON,
FAMILY SEWING M?ll.
Between six and seven hundred thousand now
In use. ls the moat simple, runs easier, and makes
less noise than any other first-class Lock Stitch
Machine. Does all kinds of work usually done by
hand. Has better attachments for Hemming,
Frilling, Tucking. Cording, Quilting, Gathering,
Ac, than any other Machine. These Machines
are now offered for sile In this elly on tht LEASE
PLAN, at Tm Dolla's per month until paid for.
Thorough instruction glveb, and satisfaction
guaranteed In all cases. Old Machines repaired
an t adjusted by a competent machinist. A few
live men can (ind regalar and profitable employ?
ment, either on salary or commission, by applying
Parlor and Sale-room No. 209 KING STREET.
W. C. BRUCE, Agent.
WO TTE 1 HARRAL, General AgentP. dec 18
F. F. SEWING MACHINE
has not jet become such a drug In the market as
to require to bc hawked through the streets or
left at the residences against the wishes of the oc?
cupants. But my sales have not diminished, nor
has the reputation of these Machines suffered by
Call and aee then and you will be convinced of
D. B. HASELTON,
dec20-imo Nt\ 307 KINC STREET.
THE "ELIAS HOWE" MACHINE OVER OTHERS*
First.-The public know it to be durable. A
conclusive evidence n, twenty years have not
placed second-hand '-HOWE" Machines In the
market lt cannot ba said of any other machine.
Second.-It contalus thc material for its own
TH ni.-It has less wearing points than any
Fourth.-It draws up a stitch as yoi do by
hand;others do not.
Flfcn.-You have perfect control over both
threads; other-i have not.
Sixth.-It gives off thread la proportion to the
thickness of fabric sewed, thereby avoiding slow
motion ov. r teams dropolug Birches and break?
ing or needles-a great objection to all other ma.
Seventh.-It sews a tight seam lu casslmere,
burying the thread < n el-her ?Ide, and then a
tl-isue |)i.,.er, without change of tension.
Eighth.-The presser lout ts easily swung out
or the way when you set a needle or put m.der
work, lt s not so with any ether.
Amongthe many "FIRST PREMIUMS" award?
ed TUE fcUAS HOWE SEWING MACHINES, may
be mentioned the following:
The International Evil bltion ol all Nation?,
London, 1S0J, a'Gold Medal.
New )ork .-tute Fair, 1S6G.
Exposition Universelle, i'., r.s. 1967, a Gold Medal.
Cro-s or the Legion or Honor to Elias Howe,
Ir., as Original Inventor.
Ohio Mate Fair, 186*.
New York State Fair, 18o8.
Vermont State Fair, 1868.
Reco lect that Mr. HOtVE was the Original In?
ventor or Sewing Machines, and gave twenty
rears of his life to perfecting this Machine.
EVERY MACHINE IS FULLY WARRANTED
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
IN EVERY CASE.
49- If you are prejudiced In favor of any par?
ticular Machine, nt least examine THE HOWE
OFFICE NO. 302 KIMO STRIKT,
ALFRED Q. ELY,
decl?-swimo Agent Sonta Carolina.
?p~?JB NEW YORK. T
The Reeular Packet Schooner MTROVEP, A?
Brown, Mauer, wa-.? light freight, cotton.SD
Ac, to flu ap and etve prompt y.
dec23_WM. RoAOH .v CO., Agents.
jpOB BOSTON-MERCHANTS' LINE.
The first-class Bark ACACIA, Roblnsor fla
Master, wanta three or four huudred bales SB?
to All up, at low rates
dec22-2 WILLIAM ROACH A CO., Agents.
The First c'ass British Ship CITY OF
HALIFAX, captain E. cumminger, having Wm.
two-thirds of her carg > engaged and going on
boird, will hare Immediate dispatch. Apply to
. ."HENRY CARD,
dec22_ Accommadation Waarf.
^OB NEiY YORL
y KW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship CHAM?
PION, H. W. LOCKWOOD, Commander, will sall Prom
Adser's South Wharf on SATURDAY, the 23d In?
stant, at 8 o'clock P. M. -i
Mf Marine Insurance by this line, halfT"P*t
mr Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton tn
Liverpool, liston. Providence and the New Eng
and manufacturing town.*.
For Frelgbfor Passage, apnlv to
dec2-4 JAMES A PG ER k CO.. Agents.
?JUNARD LISE MAIL STEAMERS,
LEIA VINO NEW YORK ON WEDNESDAYS AND
QUEENSTOWN SAME DAYS OF EACH WEEK.
The SATURDAY STEAMEHS wi l commence
their trips early In January, 187?.
Parties desirlog to engage Passage t > or from
Europe please appply to
dec? WILLIAM ROACH A CO., Agents.
pACIFIG MAIL STEAMSHIP OOUFTS
THROUGH UKI VO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc a bo vu une leave Pier rffih
No. 42, North River, foot of UaualJSUiK
street,NowYork.at 12o'clock noon, oTtneUtn
and 30th of every mon tn (except when- these
lates fallon Sunday, then the saturday pteceo
All departures connect at Panama witt steam?
-ra for ?oath Pacific and Centrai American pom.
I teparture of loth touches at Kingston. Jamaica?
For Japan and Ctr**, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when it falls cn
sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, bat
g') direct from New York to AsplnwalL
one hundred poonda baggage free to each ador,
Medicine and attendance rree.
For Passage Tickets or othor Information apply
it tho COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on tte
wharf foot of Canal street. North River, New
rork. F. s. H AB Y. Agent.
jpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAlLS.^gj
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their first-class, fall power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER No. <%N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
WISCONSIN. Capt. WILLIAMS, Dec. 13. at 7.30 A M
NEVADA Capt. FOK8TTn.Dec. 20, at l P M
WYOMING, capt. WBiNNBHAY.Dec. 27. at 2.80 P M
MINNESOTA, Capt. t organ.Jan. 3. at
IDAHO, Capt. PKICB.Jan. io, at -
Cabin Passage $S0. gold.
Steerage Passage ru mee No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply ro
WILLIAMS A GUION.
No. 08 Wallstreet. N. ?.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool lssnel
ny the Char'eaton and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above Uno.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO..
WAGNER. HUGER A CO.,
maye or WM. A. COURTENAY. A
FOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAY
The steamer P0COSIN. Captain W.
H. Gannon, will leave as above.,_
TUESDAY, 26th Instant, at 1 o'clock r. st., norn
Market Wharf, foot of Market street. Return?
ing, leave Edisto WEDNESDAY, at 2 o'clock P. M.
Fare $160. No Meals furnished.
J. H. MURRAY, Agent.
The POCOSIN will leave again THURSDAY MOB
KINO, 28th, at 7 o'clock, and Edisto on FRIDA?
AFTERNOON. 29th, at 2 o'clock. dec2?-l*
JpOR GEORGETOWN, S.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
0. White, rill leave Commercial_
Wharf evei; SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT,
at 8 o'clock,
Freight received on SATURDAYS and WEDNES?
All Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
SHACKELFORD ? KELLY.
nov24-sw Agents, Southern Wharf.
J O E FI 0 ? IDA
VIA SAVANNAH. TWICE A WEEK.
????SS?^ The splendid Steamers^?aS^'
C1T? POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS F0LL0W8 :
The DICTATOR win leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S ?IVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville and Pa
latka with steamers for Enterprise; also with
steamers f<r the Oklawaha River.
close connection Is made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention of freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class ao
commodatlons, apply to
KA v ENE L A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharf and ?sst Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Darlen, Brunswick, -
Satllla River, and all intermedia e landings.
Freights for these points must be prepaid here.
^y^EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. O.
r i u o x so
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
will leave Accommodation Wnarf
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock,_
for Savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and ?span
Iso. Wells. Returning wUl leave Savannah every
Will leave for Beanfort, Pacific and Chtsolra's
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning wUl leave Beaufort every FRIDAY^
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS. 1
Must be prepatd to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents wUl be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
novi No. m East Bay.