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NEW" YORK, January 31.-Tho steamship
Now York has arrived from Liverpool.
Cotton quieter than last quotations, mar?
ket closing dull. Sales for the three days
prior ta her departure 18,000 bales. Con-I
ParlisViont opens on the first of Feb?
Tlie steamship London, for Melbourne, |
foundered at sea. 270 lives were lost, and |
only 19 saved. ?
The ravages of tho cattle plaguo con?
WASHTNHTON, January 31.-In the Mouse,
to-day, Mr. Stevens, from tho Committee
on Reconstruction, reported back thc Con?
stitutional amendment referred to it on
yesterday, and reported advorsely to strik?
ing ont the direct taxation feature.
Stevens mado a speech, alluding to tho
President in caustic terms, stating that he
had violated the privileges of tho House, by
making commands whilst it was engaged
in tho consideration of an important ques?
tion, and that such an act would, centimes
ago, have cost a British king his head, but j
that we are tolerant of usurpation. At thc
conclusion of his remarks, the vote was
taken, and thc Constitutional amendment
Thc Senate was engaged in the discus- j
sion of a bill to-protect a" persons in their ?
COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL.
? NEW YORK, Januarv 31.-Cotton firm, at !
RICHMOND, January 29.-During thc past
week, the stock and produce markets have
been extremely quiet, but in tobacco more
business has been done, and at advanced
rates. Guano is lower; Peruvian, $110, and
white Mexican, $50.
There is no considerable amount of I
specie in the State, and any demand would [
cause prices to go temporarily higher. A
feeling is gaining ground, day by day, that
no relief in the stringency of thc "money
market can be expected until some modifi?
cation of the present usury law is adopted.
The law has seldom been advanced as a
plea for avoiding the payment of a rate of
interest above that which was legal, but so
long as thc law remains unrepeated, NortL
ern capitalists will not send their money
hero for investment. Transactions have
not beeu numerous in specie, and the
prices are altogether governed by quota
tionsirom New York. Gold-large, 89@41;
smaU, 3S@40. Silver-dollars, 37@39-|
halves and quarters, 34@3G. Thc prj;es of
South Carolina bank notes not quoted be- |
low range from 10@25c: Bank of Camden,
44c.; People's Bank, 45; South-western j
Bank, 37; Union Bank, 70.
BALTIMORE, January 29.-Flour steady.
Wheat scarce. Cor? active. Oats firm,
at 49c. Lard firm. Provisions heavy.
Whiskey firm, at $2.31.
AUGUSTA, January 29.-Thc cotton mar?
ket continues quiet, although there has j
been a little inquiry to-day, but at reduced
prices-say 10c. for good to strict middling.
Gold market dull. Brokers buying at 37,
and selling at 38. Silver dull; buying at
30, and selling at 35.
TWO desirable ROOMS, on Taylor
(Camden) street, to rent. Board can
be obtained opposite the rooms. Terms
satisfactory. Apply to H. McKee, Nicker
son's Hotel. " Jan 31 2*
C. D. MELTON. SAM'L W. MELTON.
MELTON ?L MELTON,
Attorneys at Law,
WILL practico in the adjoining Dis?
tricts, and in Union, \ork, Chester
and Lancaster. Office on Assembly street,
second door South of the Catholic "Church.
Jan 31 3mo
JOHN C. SEEGERS,
WHOLESALE & RETAIL GROCER,
?KEEPS constantly on^23l
hand and sells LOW FOREQCHI
FLOUR, MEAL, CORN, RACON, LARD,
BUTTER, COFFEE, TEA, SUGAR, RAI?
SINS, Ac. ALSO,
WINES, BRANDIES, LIQUORS AND
ALE. AU of the very best.
His rules are: To sell low for cash, to
give full measure and to keep always on
hand the vcrv best articles in the market.
Jan 31 _ "
Brass and Copper?
THE highest prices paid for old BRASS,
COPPER, LEAD and ZINC, at
Corner of Gadsden and Washington ste.
Orders for every description of BRASS
CASTINGS filled with neatness and de?
spatch. Jan 27
20.000 LBS. BOILER AND SHEET
3AA f\ CAST STEEL, Nailor's, Bnt
- V/vJv/ cher's and Wade's.
Oval, Round, Tire, Horse-shoe, Broad,
Rand and Hoop IRON.
IN LARGE Q UA VfTl 'PIES,
AT VERY LOW PRICES,
Jan 31 Imo*
$??~ Newberry Herald, Winnsboro Neics,
Laurensville Heralrl, Abbeville Banner and
Anderson Intelligencer copy twice and send
OFFERS his professional services to the
citizens of Columbia and its vicinity.
.Residenee corner of Pickeus and Sonate
* tree! s._Jan 4 Imo?
TO tho physicians and citizens of Co?
lumbia, t would respectfully inform
you that 1 have taken charge of the DRUG
DEPARTMENT, in the store of Mr. Hardy
Solomon, Assembly Street, where he will
keep constantly on hand a FRESH AND
LARGE SUPPLY OF DRUGS AND ME?
DICINES.? I will give my strict attention to
the PREPA R ATI ON OF PRESCRIPTIONS
at all hours of night and day. My long
uxperience in thc drug business in this city
is a sufficient guarantee. Respectfully,
E. M. ZEALY, Druggist",
At Hardy Solomon's, first store on Assem?
bly Street," Wi st side. Jan 17 lin
DR. R. W. GIBBES, JR., has removed
to the bouse and office recently occu?
pied by Dr. P. M. Cohen, on Pickens street.
Fastend of Ladv street. Office hours, 8 to
? A. M., 1 to 2 P*. M. Jan 21 Of
KING & C
NO. 151 HEBET
E. D. KINO, M. D., & JESSE J.
Jan 14 2m
NEW YOBS: AND CHARLESTON
PEOPLE'S STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Leaving each Port evert/ Alternate
STEAMSHIP EMILY B. SOUDER,
CAPT. lt. W. LOCKWOOD*
STEAMSHIP MOX E Iv A,
CAPT. C. P. MABSITMAN.
THESE STEAMSHIPS, offering every
inducement to SHIPPERS and the
TRAVELING PUBLIC, having superior
accommodations for Passengers, with
tables supplied by every luxury the New
York and Charleston markets can afford;
and. for safety, speed and comfort, are un?
rivalled ?ii the coast.
CAPTAIN C. *P. MARSHMAN,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC
WHARF, ON THURSDAY, February
8, 1866, at - o'clock.
Liberal advances made on consignments
to New York.
For Freight or Passage apply at the
Agents. WILLIS & CHISOLM,
_Feb 2_North Atlantic Wharf
CORN, HAT, OATS ?ND FEED,
Constantly on hand and ready for shipment.
JOHN S. BtBDt J8*t&C0*t
COR. CHURCH & TRADD STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Jan 21 Imo
G. K. Huger & Bentley D. Hasell,
M. K. Jesup & Co., of New York,
4rO EAST BAY STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Manufacturers' Agents, and dealers in
RAILWAY EQUIPMENT AND SUP?
PLIES, PORTABLE AND STATION?
ERY ENGINES, SAW MILLS, and all
kinds of MACHINERY required by Rail?
road Companies, Contractors, Manufactur?
ers, Machinists and Agriculturists. Ad?
vances made on consignments of Railroad
Iron; also, on Cotton and other Produce.
BENTLEY D. HASELL,
CIVIL, MINING AND CONSULTING
Estimates made and Contracts taken.
Office 46 East Bay, Charleston, S. C.
Jan 20 Hlmoj
The Charleston Daily Courier,
BY A. S. WILLINGTON & CO.
Daily, one year.$10 00
Per Square, ten lines. 1 00
Less than a square proportionate Tates.
The Charleston Daily News.
ON the first of January, 1866, the
CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS will
be permanently enlarged to the size of t .
'New Orleans Crescent," the largest daily
journal published in the United States,
and will bo greatly improved in its general
Thc paper has already the largest circu?
lation of any journal in the State, and is
universally considered the organ and rep?
resentative of the feelings of South
The very finest ability in the country is
engaged on its columns, and thc proprie?
tors intend to spare no pains nor expense
to make it a first-class daily journal.
Terms, $10 per annum, payable in ad?
vance. Send for a specimen copy
CATHCART, McMDLLAN * MORTON,
Dee 28 18 Hayn? st., Charleston, 8. C.
John W. Steele,
Nortli-east Corner of King and George ats.,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
THE attention of buyers ia called to
the eompleco assortment of GENTLE
MENSl. FURNISHING & FANCY GOODS
now offered. Shirts, Underwear, Gloves,
Hosiery, Toilette Articles, &c. Fancy Goods
of every variety. Trunks, Valises, Travel?
ing Bags, &c. Tho public are respectfully
invited to call and examine. Jan ll lm
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL.
GRANADA, QUAKER CITY,
THE ships of this line aro all fir .l-class
and reliable, arc at least as fust as any
of thc coast, and built at as great an ex?
pense. They aro in charge of gentlemanly
and capable commanders, and every atten?
tion will be paid to the comfort of the pas?
sengers. Ono of the above ships will bo
despatched from New York anti ono from
Charleston EVERY WEDNESDAY AND
SATURDAY. Cargo by those steamers
insures at the lowest rates. All informa?
tion can he had from either of the agents.
RAVEN EL & CO., Charleston.
ARTHUR LEARY, New York.
Merchandize and Cotton addressed to
either house will be promptly forwarded.
Nov 5 3mo
TOX, S- O.
CASSIDEY. of North Carolina.
Steam Engine and Corn Mill for Sale.
ASTEAM ENGINE, with two boilers to
suit, of 15-horse power; a COEN
MILL, with stones 4 feet diameter, (French
Burr.) Spindle, Gearing. Wooden Frame
and Bolter, complete. Also, 70 feet of 3i
Wrought Iron SHAFTING, with couplings
The aboye machinery has been very little1
used, and will be sold CHEAP for cash.
Apply to WILLIAM LEBBY,
West Point Mills, Charleston.
HE subscriber has returned to Charles?
ton, and may be found, at present, at
Porter & Connor's, in Broad street, Cb ties
ton, S. C., over Dawson & Black: itfs.
Claims prosecuted at Washington through
a partner there. WM. E. MARTEN,
Fob 1_Attorney and Solicitor.
THE undersigned, of tho late firm of
ROBERT ADGER & CO., has this day
Wholesale and Retail
ORV GOODS BUSINESS
At No. 252 King Street, (in the Bend,)
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
And offers a ntocL adapted to a first-class
trade. The business will be conducted
strictly upon the
The patronage of the friends of his late
firm, and of the public gcneraUy, is respect?
?F^JS- 33? BETTS.
Jan 26 ||15w4
XT7E will fill all orders for PERUVIAN
TY GUANO. Cash or cotton must ac?
company the orders. HUNT Sc BRO., ;
Ja ? 24 Imo. Charleston, S. C.
HUNT ? BRO.,
AND FORWARDING MERCHANTS,
(Formerly of Newberry, S. C.,)
I. F. HUNT, J. H. HUNT, Ja.
PROMPTLY forward aU MERCHAN?
DIZE consigned to tm arriving in the
city from Northern or foreign ports. We
will give strict attention to sale and par
chase of COTTON, RICE, FLOUR, &c.
Liberal advances on consignments.
REFERENCES.-G. W. Williams & Co.,
Charleston, S. C.; Russel & EUis, Wilming?
ton, N. C.; Bigelow & Sargent, Baltimore;
Lathbury, Wickersham & Co., Philadel?
phia; N. L. McCready <fc Co., New York;
Ray <fc Walter, Boston; G. W. Garmany,
Savannah, Ga.; G. R. Wilson, Esq., Nor?
Pariies consigning goods to us must
make deposits in tho city to pay ship and
railroad freights. HUNT & BRO.,
Jan 24 Imo_Charleston, S. C.
GAST STEEL, MACHINE BELTING.
MELL and GIN B '.NDS.
CIRCULAR SAWS, and all articles re?
quired by millers and machinists. For
sale by J. M. EASON,
No. 9 Exchange st.. roar old Post Office,
Jan 25 Imo Charleston, S. C.
AND MACHINE SHOPS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
"\T7E are prepared to budd STEAM EN?
VY GINES and BOILERS, Saw Mills and
Machinery of all kinds; Castings in Brass
and Iron. Repairing of aU kinds done at
short notice. Our nrices are low.
Jan 25 Imo J. M. EASON & BRO.
. Meeting Street, Charleston, S. C.
rpHIS HOUSE has been THOROUGH
JB_ LY REPAIRED and itJ???itNl?U
ED, and cannot bo excelled by any in the
city. JOSEPH PURCELL,
STENHOUSE & C0~
FORWARDING AND COM* MERCHANTS
No. 110 EAST BAT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
COTTON and PRODUCE forwarded to
the Northern cities. From their long
experience, they feel confident of their
ability to giv. satisfaction. Nov 10
HAVING a largo STORE and WARE?
HOUSE convenient to tho South
Carolina, Greenville and Columbia Rail?
road Depots, I am prepared to receive and
forward, store or sell, on commission,
COTTON, COUNTRY PRODUCE and
MERCHANDIZE generally. Anything
consigned to my care, with instructions,
will receive my own personal and prompt
attention. J. L. LUMSDEN,
Corner Lady and Assembly streets,
Jan 14 t Near Post Office, Columbia.
Bank of Hamburg, S. C.
ACONVENTION of the Stockholders of
this Bank is called to meet at their
Banking House, in this place, on WEDNES?
DAY, the 28th of February next.
Attendance, either in person or by proxy,
is earnestly requested, as matters ?f great
importance will be presented for their con?
sideration. J. W. STOKES, President.
Hamburg, S. C., January 23, 1866.
Jan 27 Imo
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Jan 14 12*_New York.
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Banker and Broker.
NO. SO WALL STREET, NEW YORK.
&OVERNMENT SECURITIES, STOCKS.
BONDS and GOLD bought and ?old
on commission and carried on the usual
margin, if desired. Interest allowed on
deposits subject to sight. Drafts' and un- J
settled claims adjusted. Particular atten- !
tion paid to tho negotiation of Commercial
Paper and Bills of Exchange.
WEST OHESTEE H?XTSE,
CORNER BROOME S'T AND BOWERY,
THIS house, capablo of accommodating
three hundred guests and kept on the
European plan, is centrally located, and
near to all points. City cars pass the
Hotel to all thc Ferries, Railroad Depots
and places of Amusement every three
minutes. Single Rooms. $1.00 per dav;
double, $2.00. J. F. DARROW & CO., '
Jan IA ly_ Propiictors.
NO. 16 WALL STREET. NEW YORK.
/GOVERNMENT SECURITIES AND
VT other STOCKS, BONDS, GOLD, Ac,
bought and sold on commission for cash.
DEPOSITS received from Banks, Bank?
ers, Merchants and others, subject to check
on sight. COLLECTIONS made on all
parts of tho United States.
DEWITT C. LAWRENCE. JOHN R. CECIL.
CvRtre J. LAWRENCE. \Y?. A. HALSTEO.
BATCBELOR'S R?IR DYE!
THE Original and Best in the World.
The only true and perfect HAIR DYE.
Harmless, Reliable and Instantaneous.
Produces immediately a splendid Black or
natural Brown, without injuring tho hair
or skin. Remedies tho. ill effects of bad
dyes. Sold by all Druggists. The genuine
is signed William A. Batchelor. Also, RE?
GENERATING EXTRACT OF MILLE
FLEURS, for Restoring and Beautifying
tho Hair. CHARLES BATCHELOR,
Oct 25 ly New York.
CONSISTING of CHURNS, MILK PANS,
Butter Jars, Pitchers, Circular Cake
Jars, Spittoons, ?tc. Together with a gene?
ral assortment of Yellow and Rockingham
Ware, just received. W. B. STANLEY.
Jan 27_ _
THE subscriber having associated twith
him Mr. JOS. CREWS, of Laurens,
and Mr. W. P. PURSE, of this ciiv, will
continue the general COMMISSION and
FORWARDING BUSINESS in Columbia,
S. C., under tho name of WRIGHT,
CREWS Sc PURSE. " 3. WJ WRIGHT.
Wright, Crews & Parse,
Successors io WRIGHT & WALKER,
Will givo their prompt attention to tho
salo, purchase and shipping of COTTON
and other PRODUCE and MERCHANDIZE
generally. Will mako liberal advances on
Produce shipped to their friends in Charles?
ton and New York, and have ample ar?
rangements for storing consignments sent
them. Orders left at Messrs. Fisher Sc
Lowrance's will meet with immediate at?
tention. S. W. WRIGHT,
Jan 28 W. F. PURSE.
Columbia, January 2L 1866.
From Ncw|York direct, by
A largo and fresh supDly of
Wliich arc offered to the public
AT REDUCED PRICES.
NEW ORLEANS AND NEW YORK
SUGARS-Powdered, Crashed, Coffe.
COFFEE-Java and Rio.
Rice, Chocolate, Spice.
Tea, Chceso, Corn Starch.
Raisins, Mackerel, Lard.
Baltimore Hams, new; Bacon.
Candles, Kerosene Oil.
Potatoes, Onions, Sec.
A full stock of
Consisting in part of GIBSON'S WHIS?
KIES, Hennessec Brandies, Gin, Rum,
St. Marccaux & Co.'s Champagne, Curacoa,
HENRY N. McQOWAN, Salesman.
GERVAIS (OR BRIDGE) STREET,
OPPOSITE THE STATE HOUSE.
Jan 18 _
JNO. C. SEEGERS. C.. DIERCKS.
S?EGERS & DIERCKS,
HAVING erected a largo and convenient
Storehouse on Main streot, in tins
city, wo are prepared to receive Goods on
Commission or for Transmission to any
point. No efforts will be spared to givo
thc utmost satisfaction to all who may
favor us with their custom. Having
alwavs teams and wagons at our command,
there shall be no delay, and our charges
BhaU bo moderate. Goods will also be
GRAIN, etc., for salo at fair market prices.
AXLE PULLEYS, WAGON BODY and
Wrought Nails, Sand Paper. For sal.
bv FISHER Sc LOWRANCE.
Mule?, Horses, dbe.
By Levin & Feixotto.
THIS MORNING, at 10 o'clock, will be sold,
in front of our Auction Room,
Several fine Horses and Mules.
A complete Carriage and Harness.
Double and Singlo Harness, in fine order.
Feb 2 1
Handsome Dwelling and Building Lots.
BY A. B/. PHILLIPS.
On the FIRST MONDAY in February next,
at II o'clock a. m., I will sell, at the Court
House, in Columbia,
That pleasant and desirable two-story
dwelling, on the South side of Richland
street, between Pickens and Bull streets,
formerly the residence of the late Gen.
Gregg. The lot contains half aero. The
house has 10 rooms, 4 in the basement,
4 in thc first story and 2 in second story.
Tthere is a good kitcken, smoke-house,
stablo, and well in tho yard.
2 Building Lots on East sido of Richard?
son or Mam street, between Laurel and
Richland streets, fronting on Main street 52
feet each by 313 feet deep. These lots are
admirably located for business stands,
having been occupied as such for the last
SO years. ALSO,
A very desirable Lot tor a residence on
thc corner of Lady and Marion streets,
opposite the Presbyterian Church, contain?
ing one acre. On this lot there is from 50
to 60,000 bricks. This property may be
treated for at private sale previous to
Terms (which will bc made easy) made
known on day of sale. Jan 18
LUDWIG & KEATINGE,
ENGRAVERS & LITHOGRAPHERS,
CORNER NINTH AND BROAD STB.,
Jan 30_ 3mo
Hubs, Spokes and Felloes.
AFULL supply of HUBS, SPOKES and
FELLOES, tuntable for Buggies and
Carriage and Tire Bolts, Axle Clips, Ac.
In store and for sale cheap for cash by
DIAL ?t POPE,
Jan 27 Successors to Allen & Dial.
A List of Letters
REMAINING in the PoBt Office, Colum?
bia, S. C.. Februarv 1,1866.
Persons calling for lottors in t?.is list
will please say, "They are advertised."
Addison, Mr Legare, S C
Alexander, C II M Legaro, Mrs S
Allston, Jos Paul Levaster, James 2
Anderson; Wm Layton, Mrs LAM
Austin, Miss Ellen Lephart, Mrs Sarah
Burt, Col A McGee, Mrs Dr J W
Barker, E W 2 McCullough, Wm A
Bail y & Boozer, Mcllwain, J D
Beach, Mary McCauley, Dr James
Blakely, E McCrady, Capt C
Bruns, J W McKinsee, Stepheu
Boyd, B P McMaines, K M
Boly, Mary McKenny, Nancy
Bostick, Mrs Wm McLenna, Edward
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