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THJTBSDAY MORNING-, DECEMBER 20, 1866.
COMMERCIAL.
Exports.
JSEW YORK-Per steamship Moneta-148 balea SI Cot?
ton, 406 bales Upland Cotton, 52 pkgs, 5 bales Yarn,
25 bbls Potatoes.Per sehr Lilly B FranciB-150
bales S I and 79 bales Upland Cotton, 402 cashs Rice,
52 M feet Lumber, 79 casks Clay, 7 bbls Cement, 24
rolls Felt, 3 casks Beef, 64 bars Steel, 1 crate Crock?
ery, 2 hhds Bottles, 20 coses Mdze, 110 empty Bbls,
10,800 White Oak Staves.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE DALLY NEWS, ?
CHARLESTON, Wednesday Evening, Dec. 19, 1866. J
The advancing condition of the foreign market caused I
?D active inquiry, but operations were much circum- |
?scribed by the small stock of Cotton on the market.
Sales near 600 bales, at an irregular improvement of a j
hah? to one cent ia ft, viz: ll at 29; 80 atSO; 47 at 30?
10 at 31; 27 at 31%; 122 at 32; 13 at 32%; 95 at 32%; 76 |
at 33; and 87 at 33% cents. Wo quote:
Low Middling.31%
Middling.32 %
Strict Middling.33%
Augusta, Market.
AUGUSTA, December 18.-FINANCIAL-The money
market is still very quiet, and the scarcity of funds causes
*he sales of Securities and Stocks of all descriptions to be
very limited.
EXCHANGE-Checks remain at par at the Bank; out
.door rates %a%c discount; thirty day rates l%c off; sixty
day rates 2%c off.
Gc ID AND SILVER-The demand for coin is very mo?
derato and is only wanted for soecial trade. Brokers buy
Ctold at 138 ana sell at 140. Silver is bought at 135 and
sold at 138.
COMMERCIAL-Since our last report there has been
-great activity among our merchants. Tho influx of coun?
try trade, especially the wagon trade, has been very great.
The d?chue in provisions of all kinds has been taken ad?
vantage of, and many wise ones are laying in their sup?
plies. We notice also au increasing trade in Hamburg.
Would not a *? free bridge" bring .that trade over to this
aide?
COTTON-There has been, in the aggregate, a very ac
tlve week in the' Cotton market. The market stiffened
somewhat on Tuesday, and advanced on Wednesday from
%al cent, which continued up to Friday morning, when
prices fell back to the quotations of last week, and so con?
tinued to this morning, notwithstanding the favorable
news in thia morning's papers from Liverpool. The
scarcity of money ie the great drawbacE upon the trade.
Middling. .30 @31
Strict mddling.31 ?31 %
Good Middling.31%@32
TOBACCOS.-Medium to handsome in good demand;
low grades unsaleable-range,, 30ca$l 40.
WEEKL? STATEaiENT OF COTTON FOB AUGUSTA AND
HAMBUBO, DECEMBER 18TH, 1866.
Stock on hand September 1st, 1866. 9,588
Received since 4th inst.:.8,237
Received previously.25,436
-33,673
Total...43,261
Exported since 4th inst.6,173
Exported previously. :.19,816
-25,989
Stock on hand December 18ta,-1866... &..:...-.17,272
P. S.-There has been a very good demand for Cotton
to-day. and the sales foot up 911 bales: 5 at 27, 7 28, ?
at 28%, 82 at 29, 97 at 30, 42 at30%, 99 at 81','62 at 3iV,, 96
at 31%, 7 at 31J?.172 at 32, 210 at 32%, and 76 bale? at ?2%
cents. The receipts are 725 bales. We quote the market
stiff, as follows:
Low Middling.30 @30%
Middling.31 ?31%
Strict Middling..31%@32
Good Middling.32%@322?
Savanna.ri Cotton Market.
SAVANNAH, December 18.-The Cotton market to-day
has been rather dull, holders being firm and holding at
an advance, the news received during the day from the
North being encouraging. We hear of some sales at 31c
for Savannah middlings, but would quote at 31a31%c
Moalie Market.
MOBILE, December 20.-COTTON.-The market opened
rather quiet, but on the receipt of the cable dispatches,
announcing an advance in Liverpool, a very general de
maud occurred, and 3500 bales were sold, the largest
transactions of any one day this season. The market
dosed firm at ?lo for middlings.
MONSTAB? AND FINANCIAL.-GOLD.-The market open?
ed at 137&al39%, buying and selling. It declined on
receipt of the noon dispatches, and closed at 137%alS9.
SILVER.-133al36, buying and selling.
EXCHANGE.-New York sight % dis. New Orleans par
to % pr em. Sterling nominal.
Wilmington. Market.
WILMINGTON, December 18-ROSIN.-252 bbls sold
at 22 75 for common, S15 for No 2, and $4 for low No 1,
and 73 bbl? extraNo 1 at $6a6 50.
Sprarrs TURPENTINE-Has gained 4 cents, the market
closing firm at 65 cents; 290 bbls were sold at 62ca65c.
CRUDE .TURPENTINE-IS quiet at $410 for virgin and
yellow dip, with sales of 110 bbls..
COTTON-Under the favorable news from abroad-has
regained the figures lost in the last two days; 4T bales
sold at 30832c for Low to Strict Milling.
TAB-Continues inactive. Sales of 28 bbls at $150.
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, December 17.-COTTON-The market is
steady, but demand light at 33a3S% cts for Middling Up?
land.
COFFEE-There is a little more tone to the market, but
we have only to notice sales of 75 bags Rio at 18%al8%
eta gold. .. w u .._...'..
. _ DRESSED HOGS-Are bi fair receipt, with sales of coun?
try lots at $8a8 50 # 100 ms..
FLOUR-Baltimore Family, and high grades of Winter
Wheat Extra, were further advanced to-day 50 cts ^ bbl,
and low grades of Extra and Super brands 25 cts ^ bbl.
For Western and Howard Street descriptions holders
were firmer, but there was less inquiry from the trade,
and no shippers in the market. The only sale worthy of
remark was 150 tb's Northwestern Extra, choice brand,
at $12 25 ; 100 bbls Rye Flour at S6 25. Corn Meal is held
higher on account of the advance to-day in Corn. We re?
vise quotations os follows :
Howard-street Super and Cut Extra.. .$11 00 @$11 25
Howard-street- Shipping Extra. 12 25 ? 12 50
Howard-street high grades. 13 00 @ 14 00
Howard-street Family. 15 50 @ 16 00
Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 10 50 ? ll 00
?hio Extra Shipping.... 00 00 @ 00 00
Howard-street retailing. 00 00 @ 00 00
Howard-street Family..14 50 ? 15 50
Northwestern Super. 10 00 @ ll 00
Northwestern Extra.ll 58 @ 12 50
City Mills Super. 10 25 @ ll 5s
City Mills, Standard Extra.ll 50 ? 12 75
City Mills Shipping brands Extra. 15 00 @ 16 00
Balitare, Welsh's & Greenfield Family. 15 50 ? 17 50
Baltimore High Grade Extra.... 16 75 ? 00 00
Eye Flour, new. 6 25 @ 6 50
Corn Meal, City Mills. 5 0? ? 00 00
GBATN.-Wheat is very scarce, only 1550 bushels offered
to-day, and demand good; we notice sales of prime white
at $3 25; 1600 bushels good to prime red at $3a3 20; choice
would sell at still higher figures. Corn was in large sup?
ply, 37,000 bushels white and 11,000 bushels yellow
offered; market very brisk, at an advance of 8 to 10c per
bushel; included in the sales were 22.000 bushels good to
prime new white at Slal 05 ; 6000 bushels damp lots at 90
a98c; 400 bushels old white at $110; 4000 bushels new
yellow at $193, and 1000 bushels do at $105. Oats-1809
Bushels only received, and 1500 bushels reported sold at
57a60c per bushel, nearly all at the latter figure.
MOLASSES-No sales; prices nominal as before reported.
PROVISIONS.-There is very little doing, and that con?
fined to small lots of Bacon from jobbers, including both
shoulders and sides, at 12al3c for old new stock. We
quote mess pork at $23 $ bbl, with small sales. Bulk
shoulders-issi sale at 9%c for new. Lard 13%sl8c ^ &.
New bacon hams 16al8c for plain and sugar-cured.
BICE_Nothing doing; we quote .Carolina nominal at
39a9 25 ^ 100 Hss.
SUGARS-Are quiet, but we notice a slightly improved
feeling on the part of holders; no sales, and quotations
nominal as before.
SEEDS.-No Clover offered to-day; we quote st $9&9 25,
but nominal. Timothy quiet at $3 eOaS 76, and Flaxseed
at $2 75a3 3* bush.
SALT-Is' steady as last quoter., viz: for Liverpool
Ground Alum, lots from dealers, $2 15a2 20; do Fine $310
?3 20 9 sack. Turks Island OOo 9 bush.
WHISKEY-No eales reported to-day.
Fnilauselpklta. Market.
PHILADELPHIA, December 15.-COTTON-There is
no material change m price or demand. Small sales of
middlings are making at 34&35%c per lb fur uplands and
New Orleans. .
GROCERIES-Coffee continues scarce and we< hear of
xio sales worthy of notice. DA sugar there is more do?
ing; 1200hhds of Cuba sold at 10%c per lb, currency.
FLOUR-The market is more active and prices have
asain advanced 25c per bbl; 1800 bbls sold in lots to the
home trade, including- ...
Worthwest Superfine at.$7 25? 7 50
Northwest Extra...,..?. 8 75? ?60
NorthwestFamily.ll 00?12 50
Pennsylvania and Western Superfine........ 8 00? 8 75
Pennsylvania and Western Extra.. 9 00310 60
Pennsylvania and Weetara Sxara Family.li [email protected] 60
Pennsylvania and Western Fancy... t..14 [email protected] 60
?ye Flour.. :.?J T 26? i 60
GRAM-There is no new feature to present in the
Wheat market, and in the absence of sales we quote at
S3 65*2 86 for Pennsylvania red; $2 90a315 for Southern
do; and $3 20a3 30 for whit?. Bye la held st $1 Stol 40
per bush. In Corn there was less doing; sales of ne?
yellow at 95ca$L and old do at .?116al 17. Oats remsin
without change; eales at 58c per bush. The receipts to?
day are as follows: 3900 bbls flour, 2800 bush wheat, 6800
bush corn, 3075 bush oats.
Pao VISIONS-The demand is limited, but prices are
Tattier firmer; small sales are reported st $22 50 per bbl
for Hess Pork; 15*19 per BJ for plain and laney Bsooa
Hamfi;Ta)?al3c fbrpicWeddo; 9%sl0c te salt Shoulders;
lS%alSc for prime Lord to bbls sud tos, and 16s30o per
io toe Butter, as tc quality.
WHHULEX-u? quietanlhoiderssax $2 43per gallen 1er
Oblo and $2 36 for Pennsylvania bbls, but sales are mak?
ing at lower figures.
New Xor?t Market.
MOHEY BIABKET.
The New York Evaning Post, of Monday, tho 17th
instant, says :
A conviction that the volume of movements of our
paper money aro not likely to receive any change at
present from the legislation of Congress or from the ma?
nipulations of the Treasury, is operating, with other
causes in monetary circles, and the recent depression
has given place to a more cheerful, buoyant feeling,
which for the moment extends itself to the money-lend?
ers, as well as to the dealers in Government and other se?
curities.
The loan market is in a moderately tranquil condition.
The rate is 6a7 on miscellaneous collaterals, and CaG on
Governments. The tone of feeling is rather bettor than
prevailed last week.
The stock market is animated. Governments are firm,
without much activity. Railroad shares opened strong
and closed steady.
For gold this forenoon the following were the leading
quotations: 10:00, 137%; 10:16,137?; 11:00,187?; 11:30,
138; 13:00,138?; 12:30,138?; 1:00, 138?; 1:30, 138?;;
2:00,138?.
Foreign exchange fina. Bills at sixty days on London
are quoted at 108?al09? for commercial; 109?al09? for
bankers'; do at Bhort sight, 110?all0?; Paris at 60
days, 5.17?a5.13?; do at short sight 5.13?a5.11? ^-Ant?
werp, 6.18?a5.15; Swiss,5.17?a5.15; Hamburg,36?a36?;
Amsterdam, 41a41?; Frankfort, 41?a41?; Bremen, 78?;
a79?; Prussian thalors, 72a72?.
PBODUCE MABKET.
NEW YORK, December 17.-FLOUR, &c-The market
for Western and State flour is less active, but all grades
are 15a25c higher. The demand is confined entirely to
the home trade, but the extreme prices asked and the ex?
citement and the weather checks business.
The sales arc 11,400 bbls at $8 2Sal0 25 for superfine
State; $10 40all 90 for sound extra State; S9&11 25 for
the low grades of spring wheat Western extra; $10 R6al2
for shipping Ohio; $12 10al3 60 for trade brands, and $13
25al6 50 for St Louis extras. *
Buckwheat flour is firmer at $3 75a4 per 100 lbs.
Canadian flour is fairly active and better. Hales of 350
bbls at $13al5 for trade and family brands.
Southern flour is more active and is better. Sales of |
1000 bbls at $llal3 20 for common to fair Baltimore and
country extras, and $13 40al6 40 for trade and family
brands. ^??WS?fe ..?
Rye Flour is firm. Sales of f?OtSSfi? at 56a7 50.
Corn Meal is quiet.
GRAIN-The wheat market is somewhat excited and
prices are about 5 cents higher on spring and S cents on
winter. The inquiry is good and chiefly for TniTHrig pur?
poses. The sales are 64,000 bushels at $2 20a2 42 for No 1
Milwaukee Club, and $3a8 10 for amber State, and $3 10a
$3 17 for white Canadian.
Barley is firm and in moderate demand. Sales of |
16,500 bushels at $117 for four-rowed State, and Canada
West in bond on private terms.
Canada peas are moderately active. Sales of 8500 bags
at $1 35 for Canada West in bond.
Oats are firm but quiet. The sales are 40,000 bushels
fair to good Chicago at -65a66?c, State at 70c, and Jersey
at 68c.
Rye is firmer. The sales are 85,000 bushels Western at
$1 22; free Canadian $1 30.
Corn is firmer but coses quiet at the improvement.
The inquiry is moderate and confined to the home trade.
The sales are 38,000 bush western mixed at $114al 15 in
store and attoat :'Jersey yellow at $1 80;r.ew choice South?
ern white at $113.
STOCK OP GRAIN IK TEE KEW TOBE WAREHOUSES, DEO. 17.
Wheat.bus. 1,593,859 | Barley.bus. 1,660,632
Corn.do 8,083,644 I Malt.do 71,250
Oats.do 2,343,152 Peas. do 39,099
Rye.do 482,820 |
PROVISIONS-There has been a very good business do?
ing in pork, but prices are decidedly lower, a d the market
closed dull and heavy. For' future delivery we hear of I
1500 bbls new mess, seller 'January, at $2Ta21 25. The '
sales, cash and regular, are 6250 bbls at $20a20 20 for old
me BS; $21a2125 for new do.
. Beef is firm and moderately active. Sales of 175 bbls
at $9^13 Tor oid plain mess; $13al8 for- new do; $13al8
for old extra do, and $17a2150 for new do.
Tierce beef continues in fair demand and firm. Sales
of 200 tes at $28a32 for prime mess; 332a36 for India
mess, and choice brands at higher rates.
Beef hams are in demand, and with s moderate supply
prices are advancing. Sales of 125 bbls at $29a33 for
Western-choice generally held at $35.
Cut meats are dull, lower and heavy. Sales 50 packages
sweet pickled Western hams at ll?c.
Bacon is dull and nominaL
Dressed hogs are not plenty but the market is heavy.
We quote at 9a9?o for city.
Lard la very dull and prices heavy. Sales of 500 bbls
and tea, at 12al2?c for No 1; 12?al3?c for city and for
fair to prime old steam and settled rendered Western,
and about 13c for new do.
ASHES.-The market is dull at $8 50 for pots, and $12a
12 50 for pearls.
COFFEE.-All kinds have been very dull, but prices
are without change. u
COTTON.-The market to-day is steady but quiet. Mid?
dling Uplands are quoted at 84a34?c, and New Orleans at
36?c:
EAT.-The demand is fair and the market firm at $la
tl 05 for. shipping, and SI 25a 1 40 for retail iota.
HEMP.-Manilla is first and in fair demand at Il?a22c,
gold. Other kinds are dull and nominal.
LATHS.-Eastern are heavy at $3.75.
LIME;-Rockland ia firm, and in fair demand at $1 70
for common, and $210 for lump.
MOLASSES.-The market is quiet. Sales of 100 bbls
New Orleans at 78a84?c.
PETROLBUM-The market is duh. We quote crude 40
a47 gr, at 15al5?c; do in bbls, 20a20?c; refined in bond,
110 deg test, light straw at 25a26c; light straw to white at
26?a27; prime light straw to white at29a30c; standard
white, 81a32c, and prime white 33a34o.
RICE-Is dull, but prices are unchanged.
SUGAR-Raw sugars are- dull, but prices are without
change.
TALLOW-The market is dull and heavy. Sales of 25,000
ms at ll? c.
WHISKEY-The market is quiet at 38c for State, and 40c
for Western in bond
Charleston Wholesale Prices*
Corrected and Revised Daily.
ARTICLES. I PRICES.
BAGGING, ty yard
Dundee.:.
Gunny Cloth.
BALE ROPE, ty ft-Maralla.
Westarn.
New York..
BREAD, ty ft
Navy.
Pilot.
' 'Crackers............
BRICES, ty H.Si,.-.
BEAN, ty 100 ?ss.
COTTON, ty lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary..
Low Middling.
Middling to Strict Middling.
Good Middling._
Sealsland.......
CANDLES, ty ft-Sperm..
?Adamamtin?.
Tallow.
COFFEE, ty ft-Rio.
Laguayra.
Java.
CORDAGE, ty ft-Manilla.
. . Tarred American.
CORNMEAL, ty Vtil.
COAL, ty ton-Anthracite.
Cumberland.
COPPER, ty ft-Sheet.
FERTILIZERS
Peruvian Guano, ty tan.
Pacific Guana, ty 2000 fte.
Baugh's Phosphate, ty 2000 ft s..
' Rhodes' Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs..
Mapes' Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs..
FISH-Cod. ty 108 lbs.
Herring, ty box..
Mackerel, No. 1, ty half bbl.
Mackerel,-No. 2, ty half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 3, ty bbL.........
i Mackerel, No. L, by kita.
i No. 2.-..
I No. 3.
Sardines, ty 108-quarter boxes
Half boxes....
FLOUR, ty bbl-Super.,
Northern and Wester? Extra...
Baltimore Extra.
Southern Extra.
FRUITS-T?raxi?s, ty ft...i......
FfeB..........................
Dried Apples.
Almonds, soft shell.
Raisins, M. R., ty b?x.
,' Raisins, Layer.
Oranges..
Lemons.
GLASS, ty box of 60 feet
American, 8x10.
Americas, 10x12.
French, 12x14..
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ty SusfceL..
Western Oats, ty bsaheL.
Corn,' ty bushel:....;'.
Beans, ty bushel..
BAT, ty cwt-North River. .
Eastern.....
BIDES-Dry, ty ft.
INDIGO-ty ft.
IRON- Refined, ty ft.
Swede........
LATBS, ty M.
LIME-BbeO, ty bbl..,. ..
South Carolina.
Rockport.
C?ment........
Plaster Paris...
LUMBER, ty M.. feet
Clear White Pine, lat quality...
Whits Pins; good tam.
. . Yellow Fine.
-Boards, flt feet^Rougb.....
Grooved and Tongued..
LEATHER, country tann?*, ty ft...
MOLASSES, ty g&Bon
CUDS;......
Muscovado.
"Sogar House.
NA VAL STORES, ? bill-Tar......
Pitch.....
Rosin, Pale............
Bot?n, No. !........
' Boam, No. 3.
Rosin, No. 8.
Spirits Turpentine, ty gallon..
.Osma, V ft.
40
33
25
20
23
- 9 -
9 -
9 -
9 15
920.00
9 -
19
12
9.00
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- @ -
58 ? 1.40
30 @ 32
25 9 26
19 9 20
26 ? 30
25 @ S5
33 <a 45
- 9 -
26 ? 23
8.00 &" -
11.00 (312.00
nominal.
68 9 00
110.00 9
75.00 9 -
60.00 ? -
65.08 9 -
65.00 9 -
9.00 @ie.o?
75 9 85
11.00 912.0?
10.59 911-09
- 9 -
.8.2? 9 -
3.00 . 9 -
r23:S 5?
48 9 69
11.00 ?12.CS
12.60 913.09
14.00 915.09
15.0P 918.09
. ?J -
:.40"9 -
19 9 28
SS 9 49
4.00 9 8.9?
4.59 ? 5.69
4.90 9 8.09
5.59 9 6.09
6.00 9 6.59
7.09 9 8.99
72?9? 74
1.24
2.90
1.40
1.65
10
1.09
07
99
4.99
1.5?
2.00
2.75
4.00
50.00
88.00
20.09
12.08
28.09
91.3a
9 3.00
9 1.50
9 1.69
9 ia
9 1-75
9 973tf
& 1?
9 4.59;
9 -.
9 -
9 8.2S
9 8.69
9 4.69
966.00
949.09
926.99
916.90
?82.00
40
66
50
8.7?
.7,60
8.00
4.58
4.00
9 62
S. 66
.1.88;
7.09
8.68
4.88
66 9 67
IS 9 -
NAILS-American, [email protected], ty keg.
Amerioan Wrought.
Le thing.
Copper, ty ft.
Galvanized.
Spikes.
OILS-Lard, ty gallon.
Linseed, ty gallon.
Sperm, Winter, ty gallon.
Cotton Seed, ty gallon.
Castor (E. I.), ?4 gallen.
OUve, V dozen.i.
Kerosene, ty gallon.
Benzine, gallon.
PROVISIONS-Beet, mess, ? bbl.
Bo.' prime.
P. rfc, mess.
i ump.
Bacon, Hams, ty ft.
Bacon, Sides.
Bacon, Shoulders.
Bacon, Strips.
Lard, in keg.A.
Butter.
Cheese.
Potatoes, ty bbl.
OnionB.
Apples.
PA/IVT^Wbite Lead, ty ft.
Black Lead.
Zinc, White.
PLOW STEEL, ty ft
RICE-Caxoltcm, ty ft.
Bast India.
SLATES- American, ty square.
SHINGLES, ty M.
White Pine, first quality.;
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, ty sack.
Liverpool, fine.
SO A P-Bar, ty ft.
STARCH, ty lb.
SPICES, ty ft-Cassia.
Mace.
Cloves.
Nutmegs.
Pepper.
Pimento.
Race Ginger.
SPIRITS, ty gallon-Alcohol.
Brandy, Cognac.
Brandy, Domestic.
Gin, Holland.
Gin, American.
Bum, Jamaica.
Bum, N. E.
Whiskey, Bourbon.
Whiskey, Rectified.
SUGAR, ty ft-Raw.
Crushed.
Clarified A.
Clarified B.
Clarified C.
Loaf. .
Porto Rico.
Muscovado.
SEGARS-Domestic manuiacture, ty M
TEAS, ty ft-Imperial.
Gunpowder....
Hyson.
Young Hyson.
Black.
TOBACCO, ft ft, BS per quality.
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine.
Ash._
Poplar.
Hickory._
TLN-? C Roofing Plate.
IX Rsofing Plate.
I C Tin Plate?, 10x14.
IX Tin Plate 10x14.
I C Tin Plate, 14x20.
Block Tin, ip ft.
TWINE-Cotton, ty ft.
Baling.
Hemp.;.
Jute.
VARNISH-Bright, ty gallon.
Parafino.
VINEGAR-White Wine, ty gallon._
Cider.
French.
WINE, ty gallon-Port.,.
Madeira.
Sherry.
Claret, ty case.
Champagne, ty basket.
ZINC-Sheet, ty ft.
7.00 @ 7.75
- ? -
7.60 @10.?*
1.00 ? -
30 & -
12 ? 16
1.80 ? 1.90
1.60 ? 1.S5
3.10 ? 3.15
- ? -
3.00 @ -
8.00 ?ie.oo
79 ? -
60 ? -
le.oo ?30.00
14.00 ?16.00
- ? -
- ? -
20 ? 2?
15 ? 16%
15 @ -
17 ? 19
16 ? IT
30 ? 40
15 ? 64
2.75 ? 3.00
3.00 @ 3.25
4.00 ? 6.00
12 ? 20
12 ? 14
12 ? 18
12 ? -
8 ? 8%
- ? -
12.50 ? -
7.00 ? 8.00
12.00 ? -
2.37%? 2.50
- ? -
11 ? 15
10 ? 12
1.00 ? -
1.75 ? -
75 ? -
2.00 ? 2.50
40 ? -
40 ? 50
30 ? -
5.00 ? 6.00
4.00 ?12.00
3.00 ? 3.75
4.75 ? 5.00
3.50 ? 3.75
5.00 ? 6.00
2.50 ? 3.00
3.00 ? 5.00
2.30 ? 2.40
9 ? 13
18 ? i
17 ?
- ? -
16%? 17
18 ? 19
13%? 14
12 @ 14
18.00 ?45.00
2.00 ? 2.50
2.00 ? 2.60
1.50 ? 1.60%
1.50 ? 1.60
1.00 ? 1.75
40 ? 1.50
5.09 ?18.09
- ? -
- ? -
! - ? -
16.50 ? -
18.00 ? -
17.00 ? -
19.00 ? -
18.00 ? -
40 ? -
75 ? -
45 ? -
45 ? -
50 ? -
25 ? -
- ? -
60 ? -
30 ? -
l.ftO ? 1.26
2.50 ? 6.00
2.25 ? 5.00
2.25 ? 5.00
6.00 ?13.50 :.
25.00 ?30.00
26 ? 2T
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
December 19.
1061 bales Cotton, 80 bbls Mdze, 45 bbls Crude Turp?n- |
tine*, 24 casks Clay, 5 cars Cattle, 2 cars Furniture, Ac.
To Lee Sc Spencer, E H Rodgers Sc Co, S L Howard,
Adams, Frost Sc Co, G W Williams & Co, R R Agent,
Street Bros Sc Co, Thurston Sc Holmes, E J Wies Sc Co, H !
L Jeffers & Co.G W Little, Lengnick Sc SeH,H A McLeod,
J R Pringle, Willis & CMsolm, Hunt Sc Bros, W W Smith,
Williams Sc Covert, J M Caldwell Sc Sons, Chisohn Bros,
H Cobla -& Co, H Trenchard, Mrs A Cochran, Strauss,
Vanees & Co, JB E Sloan, G W Clark Sc Co, J B Collins, E I
B Stoddard Sc Co, Graeser Sc Smith, Cohen, Hanckel &
Cn. Knnapanx, Lanneau Sc Co, L M Ayer St Co, A Robin?
son Sc Co, W P DOWUng, A J Mallaaa. O Roodor, W O
Dukes Sc Co, W C Bee Sc Co, Roper Sc Stoney, a sc Walter I
Sc Co, M Seligman, Mil nor, Wilbur Sc Martin, J Cantwell
Sc Co. Dr. Lockwood, L D DeSauasurc Cart, Kopo" A Jer
vey, Pringle Sc Smith, J W H Armstrong, G A Hopley
Sc Co. J Fraser Sc Co, R Mure Sc Co, F C Mey, and J H
Baggert Sc Co, H F Baker Sc CO.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
December 19.
281 bales Cotton, Mdze, &c. To Kendall Sc Dockery,
W O Bennett ? Co, Screven Sc Nesbit, Adams, Frost Sc
Co, J Cummings, R A Kendall, Willis Sc Chisohn, Rave- |
nel Sc Cc, G W Williams Sc Co, Mowry & Co, W K Ryan,
B A Sc J F Early. Courtney, Tennent St Co, J M Caldwell {
& Son, West Sc Jones, Thurston Sc Holmes, B H Rodgers
& Co, J Sc JD Kirkpatrick, Z Davis, N ERR Agent, and |
order.
Passengers.
Per steamship Moneka, for New York-J Byrne, Miss
Nelly.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, Fernandina, Jack?
sonville and Savannah-J J Nelson, Bev T Porter, T S |
Coogler, Mrs E M Cade, J B Dupont, Dr D B June, A K
Styles, H G Simpson, Mr Richardson, A Smith, wife, and j
5 children, A Clark, Mrs Armstrong, Mrs Wanner, W j
W Wran", Miss Fleming. Mrs Dupree, Mrs T G
Burr and servant, Miss L Burr, Miss E Burr, Miss N
Burr, C EMilnor. B S Stello, W A Martin, S Ledinia, B
Durrisoe, R E Wilson, R Bradley, Jr, W Thompson, and I
25 in steerage.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C-S Ford, H !
H Wright, H Beck, E Baum, G Ellis, B J Middleton,
Chas Walter, W Porter, H A Middleton, Dr. G B Weston,
CP Dawson, Master Holmes, and 40 on deck.
Per steamer W W Fresier, iross Edisto-Mrs M 3 B?y
nard and servant, Mrs E M Whaley, child and serrant,
Miss M Frey, B P Stewart, W G Baynard, Sr, J 8 Bay- j
nord, Dr R B Hanahan, Capt J E Edings, J S Whalay, J
J B Frey, H L Farley, E M Whaloy, and 60 an deck. '.?
Per steamer Idea, from Edisto and Rockville-Dr Scott,
J R Wilson, WE Fripp, lady and 2 children, Miss West?
cott, G W Waring, B H Knox, A M Smith, F Reid and
lady, Dr Whaley, Miss Schofield, Miss E Gradd, N Sagan,
i L E Johnson, H Lee.
MAEINE NEWS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON
Arrived Yesterday.
Sehr Dolphin, HUI, Elizabeth City, N C. 2250bushels !
Corn. To R M Butler....
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter. Palatka, Fernandina, Jack- j
Bonville, via Savannah. ?L Ales Cotton, and Mdze. To'
J D Aiken Sc Co, J Sc 3 D Kirkpatrick, Geo H Ingrahnm,
Pinckney Bros, Adams a> Frost, Hunt Sc Bro, Boper St !
Stoney. Cohen, Hanckel & Co, EM Wiss * Co, B O'Neill,
J B Togni, J A Enslow & Co, Willis & Chiaolm, Ssnthern I
, Express Co, W M Lawton St Co, Terry Ss Noland.
Steamer Emilie, Adair, Georgetown, S C. 20 tierces
i Blee, 7 bales Cotton and Mdze. To Motto A Pringle,
Shackelford St Fraser, G W Williams Ss Co, J M Cold- I
I well Sc Sons, Pinckney Bros, and others.
Steamer W W Frazier, Torrent, Bdisto. 7 bales SI
I Cotton and Mdze. To C I? GuiUetrume, W IS Lawton Sc I
j Ob, H L Jeffers & Co, ? L Webb, and order. '
Steamer Idea, Willey, Edisto sad Rockville. 60 bales I
j Cotton. To Wm Gurney, Boper Sc Stoney, Chisohn Bros,
I Gibbes St Co, E Pritehett, and Jack Green.
Sloop BE Lee, George, Cooper River. 650 bushels Bl
Bies and 12 bales Cotton. To Boper Sc Stoney.
Cleaved Yesterday.
Steamship Moneka, Lobby. New York-Willis & Chisohn.
Sehr Lilly, Francis, New York-William Roach.
Bohr Yankee Maid, Thomas, Baltimore, Md-H F Baker
St co. ..;
j Sehr S A Honman, Hoffman, Willsington, N C-U 7 Ba?
ker St Co.
Sehr M H Stockham,. Cordery, Wilmington X C-H F
Baker ic Co. . ?? -x. ?? - .
...... -went to Sea Yesterday.
I Steamship Moneka. Lobby, New York.
Behr Maine Law, Johnson, Georgetown (S C)
; Steamer Kate, Lockwood, Palatks, Jacksonville, Fern?n,
dina, and Savannah.
TJp for this Port.
Sehr R Caldwell, Mc Cormack, at New Yoik, Dec 17.
Cleared for tala Pert. .
I Steamship Whirlwind, Fargo, st Philadelphia, Dee 15.
Sailed xor this Port.
Sehr Lovat, Peacock, from Baltimore, Dec 17,
BfeaBiOrandaa*
The Baltimore Mun, of Tuesday, the 18th inst, bas the
?following: -
The brig Wm Nickels, Copt George, of Baltimore, from
Charleston, Nov 4th, for Cardenas, lumber loaded, sprung
a leak on the 6th. had her rudder broken, and became
waterlogged. ' On the 8th' she was blown ashore on
Abaco, and booara* a total wreck. The brig war aa old
vessel, 1 Of 180 tonn barden, bulls hi Cherryneld, Maine,
in 1848, and only partially owned in Baltimore,
,,., ? :. Greenville gwmtaineer,
ALAaaa WSSSLY, ns JSS?KD EVERY THURS?
DAY, at 88 a year, ia ?dranos/ Advertisement*
I inserted at usual Bates.
aerea-baria
6. E. ELFORD.) ^.x.
G. F. TOWNK&,? Editor*.
ALBEE & WARREN,
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS
AND
COLORS,
KEROSENE LAMPS
AND
FIXTURES.
We are now offering our Stock of
G O O D S,
Which is complete,
AT
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES.
City and Country Merchants are
respectfully inyited to giTe us a call
before purchasing elsewhere.
NO. 4 HAYNE STREET,
Sign. Lamp Banner.
December 17 Imo
A. S. FREITAS,
DEALER IS
PAINTS, OLLS? GLASS, PUTTY, ETC., READY-MJXF?
PAINTS, LN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
PURCHASE! .3. (
No. 174 East Bay.
PAINTING.
HOUSE, SIGN, SHIP AND ORNAMENTAL PAINT?
ING, Gliding, Graining, Imitations of Wood, Mar?
ble, and ail other work appertaining ta the trade, exe?
cuted in a neat and workmanlike manner, by
FREITAS & RIDDELL,
No. 17* East Bay.
Ai S. FREITAS.ISAAC S. RIDDELL |
October 25 thstu?mo
HOLMES & CALDER,
SUCCESSORS OF
HOLMES & CO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS Ht
PAINTS, OILS,
QLASS, ETC.,
N0S.126 MEETING AND 55 BASEL STREETS, i
CHARLESTON, S. C.
WM. E. HOLMES ..Late of HOLMES & Co.
WM. CALDER.Charleston, 8. C.
October 16
WILLIAM BROOKSANKS,
STEAM CAS FITTER AM) PLUMBER.
PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES. GAS
FITTING AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TENDED TO. No. 116 KING STREET,
April 6 Between Broad and Queen streets.
?E SOUTHERN EXCHANGE !
THE FINEST OYSTERS
OF THE SEASON!
THE BEST LIQUORS IN TOWN !
THE GREAT POPULAR RESORT.
THE PROPRIETOR OF THE SOUTHERN ES-1
CHANGE, No. 125 MEETING-STREET, respectfully in?
forms the public that the
OLD POPULAR PLACE
Is still open. Tho FINEST OYSTERS TO BE HAD he |
offers by the barrel, bushel, gallon or quart; also, on the |
half sheli ai the counter, cz stewed, ro?5i*d, fried, or in j
any other way desired.
FRESH ALES,
FINE BRANDIES,
GOOD WHISKIES,
FIRST-RATE WINES,
No. 1 SEGA RS.
THOMAS FLYNN, Proprietor.
December 17
CONCENTRATED
COTTON MB CORN FERTILIZER.
BIRECTIONS FOR, USE-SAME AS NO. 1 PERU
YIAN GUANO, AT LESS THAN HALF THE j
COST. Barrels 250 pounds each ; eight te the toa.
' HUNT Ss BRO., Agents,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, & G.
November 1 f . .; 2mo
October ll
O. CHITTE??DEN,
General Commission Merchant,
. AMD
MajfATAi^tTArer of Paper,
OF VARIOUS KINDS,
NO. 137 BEADS STR3BES?,
Corner Hodson Street, Now York.
T. KALES m PAPER AND LN MATERIALS OT
JL7 *very description ici ito manu&ctnre,
Peoaa?er 18 ?a?
STENCIL CUTTING.
STENCIL PLATES FOB MARKING BOXES, BAR?
RELS, Clothing, Cards, Envelopes, ?ic., cut ha the
neatest styles and any design. Business Card Plates eat
at very low rates. Name Plates for marking Clothiag
warranted to please. Encourage a OharlestaniaB. Alt
orders left with S. Lawrence Stein, at Messrs. H. Bischoff
& Co., East Bay, will meet with prompt attention.
GEORGE H. STEEN,
November 24 Imo Charleston, S. C.
WHITE & PAINE,
FACTORS,
Stiling & Commission Merchants
NO i SOUTH ATLiANTIC WHARF,
CliAKLdlSlOai, S, C.
J. J. WHiTJc. .valiO-?U- S. ?x.SE
Mavra oe*
REMOVAL.
C. C. TRUMBO & SON
HAVE REMOVED THEIR OFFICE FROM NO. 145
Meeting-street to No. 42 MARKET-STREET, below
Meeting-street, where they have on band an assortment
of BUILDING MATERIALS, such as Doors, Sashes,
Blinds, Lime, Cement, Plaster Paris, Hair, Sheet Lead,
Nails, 3 and 4 inch; Mahogany Plank of various widths
and strips, sawed out for hand rails; Mahogany Newel
Posts and Ballasters, all at reduced prices. "*???.
Mr. E. AUSTIN, Agent, can bc found th ire. who will
keep on hand PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY AND
BRUSHES-all of which will bo sold at low prices.
November 6 taths'iinoa
AMERICAN
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
NEW YORK.
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
This Company is now folly prepared to furnish
LEAD PENCILS,
EQUAL IN QUALITY TO THE BEST BRANDS.
THE COMPANY HAS TAKEN GREAT PAINS
and invested a large capital in fitting up their fac?
tory, and now ask the American Public to give
, their pencils a fair triaL
All styles and grades are manufactured.
Great care has been bestowed to the manufactur?
ing of superior HEXAGON DRAWING PENCILS,
.specially prepared for the use of Engineers, Ar?
chitects, Artists, kc.
TRADE MfRTT
A Complete assortment, constantly on hand, is offered
at fair terms to the trade at their wholesale salesroom,
No. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
. The Pencils are to be had at all principal Stationers aad
Notion dealers.
JSSr ASK FOB AMERICAN LEAB PENCIL
December 13 Gmo
ARTIFICIAL LEGS AM ARMS.
/ ,Km DR. BEY'S PA
/ f A'W TENT ARTD7I
/ " ?ffl CIAL LEGS AND
/ ?{.? tm ARMS have all
Is #j?f Jj$r the motions of
??g^tZjj&?? the natural limbs
JSBSR^Ijr and are pro
Cr-?CSp!!!??? nounced by Snr
?j?y^P?f?S^f geons and other
ft/ JTwi ll competent judges
OS ? to be the BEST
T> f?l IN THE WORLD.
?JP I have estab
jrHBBf?, lisheda FERMA
V^r^^^Si KENT MANTJ
FACTORY IN
-??Bm M THIS CITY, and
-^?'l ..Vff?^wv-fi?A need will consult
g^ZT V--^^^*^^^^ their own interest
"*nr<*iri ?ii??'ii^i?- _ and have them
" PROPERLY FITTED ON." Remember, no Artificial
Leg can fit properly without the attendance of the patient
at the Manufactory, no more than a Glass Eye or a set of
Teeth would. Dr. BLY has the STATE CONTRACT ?f
n-aoreia and Tennessee. Those applying from the above
States wm be jfnuaurrxn: UUJ.J.^M>T? - _
For particulars, address J. E. GARDNER,
Agent and Manufacturer of Dr. BLY*S PATENT ARTI?
FICIAL LIMBS, No. 188 KING STREET, Charleston, S. C.
Deo moer 13_mths
Havana PlanKentncky State Lottery
MURRAY, EDDY & CO., MANAGERS.
TO BE DRAWN AT COVINGTON, KY., 15TH AND
30th each month. Scheme, 30,000 tickets-527
prises. Whole tickets, $1G; halves, $8; quarters, $4.
1 Prize of. .$60,000 2 Prizes of.$4,500
1 Prize of.$20,000 29 Prizes ef.$1,000
1 Prize of.$8,950 63 Prizes of..$500
1 Prize of. .$8,000 155 Prizes of.$300
220 Prizes of $200.
54 Approximation Prizes amounting to $13,050.
Combination Lottery draws every day. Tickets from
$1 to $10.
Circulera sent frer. Drawings mailed as soon as the
Lottery is drawn.
Address H. T- PETERS, United Stiles License! A^ent,
No. ?H. Hasel street, On-riestoi,S. C., c-'Key Box5? i .0.
November 10 3 mo
HAYE CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A LAUGE STOCK
. OT
BAILBOAD, STEAMBOAT & SAW MILL
STEAM ENGINES AND SAW MILLS
SAR AND SHEET IRON
OAST AND SPRING STEEL
LOW MOOR AND CAST STEEL O COMOTTYE
TYRES
OILS AND AXLE GREASE
GUM AND LEATHER BELTING
RAILROAD, SHTP AND CUT SPIKES, Ac.
EVANS & WATSON'S FIRE AND B?RGL4J
PROOF SAFES, ?fee, Ac.
jUBRRON, BARKLEY & 60.,
Na 150 MEETING STREBT.
August 28
THE
SOUTHERN EXPRESS CQIPA1T.
Office Ko. 147 Meeting-street.
OpiSTNEIOTIOlsrs
WITH ALL
RAILROADS THROUGHOUT,
TJISHLT^D^STATES.
Every attention given to the
safe Transmission of Freight}
Money, and Valuables.
WILL GALL VOR AND DELIYEB
FREIGHT TO ANY POINT IN
TES ou r- FREE Q?
CHARGE.
EL B. PLAHT,
_ president, Angas**. 9%
PROSPECTUS
OF TBK
CHARLESTON"
WEEKLY Ml
THE PUBLISHERS OF THE "CHARLESTON BASEr?
NEWS" have great pleasure in stating to the public ?hejfc
they have oonuneaoed tho pablioatien of
THE
THE ATM OF TPry. PIBLISHESS WELL. BE T?
M-ATCP.
"PWIfflYIW
-THIS TIM ST WEEKLY PAPER. PUBLISH?
ED UV THE SOUTHERN COTffKTRY
rT WILL OONTATNT:
INTERESTING STORIES
ACCURATE HARKET REPORTS
AGRICTJLTTJRAL INFOBMAXZOH
READING FOB THE FAMTLT CTEOLE
POETRY AND LITERARY MASTER
POLITICAL NEWS
ABLE EDITORIALS ON THE SUBJECTS OF THE BAY.
ST HAS MORE
READING MATTER
Than ?Ba* other Weekly published eatade ?ff 2tet?>
Yori.
gT5BS?BBPnON TERMS-ONLY S3 A YEAR. K?t
SUBSCRIPTION BECETTED WETHOOTTHK CASH.
SOTO?ETS M'MNIAN &, MOSTOS?
N*. IS Hayae-St., (Marleston, 9? ^
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