THE DAILY NEWS.
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Il tko hushed ?nd charmed ?ir ;
All thing? woo theo, all things loro thee,
Maiden fair I
Gentle z< phyrs perfumo breathing.
Wait to thee their tribute sweet,
And for thee the spring is wreathing,
In their caverned cool recesses.
Hongs for thee tho fountains tramo;
Whatsoe'er the wave cares: es
Lisps thy name.
Greener verdure, brighter blossom,
Whorcsoo'er thy footsteps stray.
O'er the earth's enamored bo?om. .
Where*oe'er thy presence lingera.
Wheresoo'er thy brightness beams,
Fancy weaves with cunning flngors
And the heart forgets theo never.
Thy youuK beauty's ono delight ;
There it dwolls and dwells forever.
AFFAIRS IN THF STATIS.
The Spartan says: nf any of onr farmers are
bringing in their cotton, and on Tuesday of
this week, wore selling at twenty-seven cents.
We understand that corn is Belling from the
wagons at ninety cents, and peas about the
same. Some ot our planters are still holding
, their cotton for higher pricos.
The Democrat sayB: A taint effort was made
during the Christmas holidays, on the part of
the freedmen, to combine lor high wages, but
the danger ot' failing to gee a good place had
its proper influence, and the effort fell through.
'Planters have never before found it BO easy to
procure the hands they desired, on reasonable
terms. Wo aro glad to be informed that the
majority of the contracta are for wages, the
Senora! rule boing six dollars per month to a
retrate hand, the planter furnishing house
room and rations.
MUCH WEAB AND MANY WASHINGS.-I am
acquainted with a variety of sowing machines,
and while ready to do justice to all, I greatly
prefer yours, which I have used for more than
three years. Very slight insUuotion and in?
genuity are required to uso it. The nebdle is
?hort and straight, consequently not hablo to
bend or break. It never misses a stitch, and
makes a firm, even seam. I have used it on
every kind of olotb, from delicate lace to heavy
woouen, and find its work perfectly satisfactory
in all eases. After much wear and many wash?
ings, the stitch retains its beauty and firmness,
even after tho fabric has worn out.-[Mis. J.
H. Yerkes, Rochester, N. Y., to Willcox &
Gibbs S. M. Co., May, 1866.
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financial and Commercial.
Th* Chwrlcsfam Money Market.
TuUBSDAY, Jauua> y 31, 1869.
Although the amount of general ?tock business
done during the week bas not been large, prices are
firm and tho tendency of the market ls deoidedly
upward. The attention paid by the New York bro*
kera has encouraged holders here to lock up their
HOC ur i tie F, and the impression is current that the
abundant supply of money in the South, and the in?
quiry in the Northern markols, will push our choice
bonds and stocks to much higher than tho present
prices. State bonds and storks are looked upon BB
likely to improve, for the roason that no Southern
State, of which we have knowledge, has a smaller
debt in proportion tb ber resources and the produc?
tive capacity of the peopl e. First-class railroad bonds
are also in demand and promis e to look up. City
stock bas been bot little affected by tho recent move?
ments in the contested election case. Largo sales
were made yesterday at 07, and unless there is a
blind and foolish paulo, no cont ingen^y should run
prices very low. South carolina Railroad shares
are firm at i7. Ike bonds of tho company are stiff
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.42 #00
Bank of Charleston.42 @c0
Bank of Chester.IO #00
Bank of Georgetown.10 #00
Bank of Hamburg. 5 @00
Bank of Newberry.,.,...41 #42
Bank of South Carolina.ll #00
Bank of State of S Carolina, prior to 1861.20 @00
Bank of Stateof S. Carolina,after 1st Jan.,
18C1. 6 # 6
Commercial Bank. Columbia. 1 #2
Exchange Bank, Columbia.10 #00
Farmer*' and Excbango Bank, charleston..0 #00
Merchant's Bank, Cher? w.A .9 ($00
People's Bank, Charleston."60 #09 ?
Planter's Bank of Fairfield. .... 6 #00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charleston.26 @00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank, Charleston. 4 #00
Union Bank, Charleston.88 #00
City of Charleston Change Bills.95 #00
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.90 #00
BONDS. STOCKS AND COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds.65 #60
City of Columbia Coupons.66 (?100
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
i whole shares).46%@47
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).23 @00
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.72 @74
S. C. R. R. Seven Per Cent. B'ds.83 #84
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.65 #00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock_57 #00
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.65 @70
Stateof South Carolina Bonds (old).60 ex coup
State of South Carolina Bonds (new Issue,
of January 1,1867).08 @00
State of South Carolina Stock.63 @00
State of South Carol in a Co ii po us.60 #00
People's National Bank Stock.par.
First National Bank Stock.par.
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.55 @00
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonde.83 #85
Northeastern R.R. 1st Coupons (past due).(30 #1)0
Northeastern lt. ll. Certificates of Indebted?
ness.,,, .,.,.,.6d #00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.20>[email protected]
Charleston City Railway Stock.50 #51
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(Stato guarantee).40 #4i
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.CO #00
Oity of Savannah Bonds.86 #88
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st Juno, 1866).95 #00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1S66).96 @C0
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .50 #00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.87 #00
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .93 #00
ISxports for tile Week ending Thursday
LIVERPOOL- Per bark Egeria-219 bags of Sea is?
land and 1755 bales Upland Cotton.
PROVIDENCE, R I-Per brig Croton-65,410 feet
BOSTON-Per Behr Jonas Smith-509 bales Upland
Cotton, 6474 bushels Rough Rice, 1562 bags Rice
Flour, 139 bags Cotton seed. 18 casks Kaolin
Clay, 4 pkgs Glassware, and 1 tierce [tico.
WOOD'S HOLE, MASS-Per s::hr Abbie Pitman
350 tons Phosphate Rock.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Champion-1 bag Sea
Island and 1601 bales Upland Ci tton, 125 tierces
Rice, 36 Packages. 65 Empty Barrels, 46 pkes
rr*?i?, Rn4 W halos Yam-,..,.Per steamship
Charleston-3? bags Sei Island and 1327 bales
Upland Cotton, 147 tierces Rice, 69 bales Yarn,
1 bale Pickings. 48 pkgs Fruit, and 69 pkgs
. Sundries.. ..Per brig Eurus-20 bales Upland Cot?
ton. aj? tierces Rice. 938 bags Cotton ?ned, 15,
na.i fp?piooiing Boar*-. 84 casks***1011" CIliy. 0
bales nS'?r Shavings, 224 emptylAle Barr?is, 4
casks Cnlnuware..... &ar steam sk--P Saragossa
5 bags Sea Island and 1140 baieeTUpland Cotton,
- 25 bales Yarn, 98 tierces Rico, y>3 pkgs Dried
Fruit, 32 pkgs Sundries, and 4f Empty Barrels.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-112
tierces Bice. 6lt) balea Unland Cotton. 5 hhds Old
Iron, 23 bbls Fruit, 3 bales Cotton Root Bark, 1
eighth cask Brandy and Sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-506 bales
Upland Cotton, 173 tierces Rice, 404 pkgs Fruit,
65 bags Peanuts, 29 bbls Potatoes, 44 bales Do?
mestics, 6 Iron Safes, 10.000 feet Flooring BoarJs,
41 Packages and 100 Empty Barrels.... .Per sehr
J M Fitzpatrick-150 000 feet Lumber.
THIS CHARLESTON HARKET,
[FOB THE WEEK ENDINO THURSDAY, JANUARY 21.]
COTTON.-This article during much of the week
under review had a tendency to decline in conse?
quence of the depressed condition of the leading
markets, tho staplest Liverpool receding from lix?
ll&d to ll>[email protected]>?d, and 11X 2)11 %?. fy lb for mid?
dling uplands; at No iv York, which oponed at29&@
29%, the rates dropped off to 29 M, 29#29X, and
[email protected] for New York middlings, while at this point
factors have been generally firm, and only very
gradually yielded to lower rates, tho sales having
been light at figures opening at 28>?o fy lb for mid?
dling * and foll off to 27 J?c fy lb for this grade; but
towards the close of tho week the arttelfe became
firmer, and Liverpool h irdene J to U%@ll>?d, New
York to 29X? And middling uplands here were yes?
terday quoted at 28 %o fy lb.
The great centres have boen reported by telegraph
as follows during the week: Say at Liverpool on Fri?
day, January 15, the staple wa s active, sales 20,000
bales, uplands ll%all%d; at New York on the same
day the fibre was a "hade firmer, sales 6500 bales at
29>[email protected]??o. On saturday the former closed quiet,
sales 15,000 balea, uplands ll%d; tho latter, opened
firm but slosed dull and lower, ?ales 2900 bales at
29 >?c. On Monday the former was dall, Bair s 10,010
bales, uplands ll%d; the latter was [email protected] low or,
salea 1800 bales at 29a29Xo. On Tuesday the former
was dull, uplands llX911%d; the latter ?was dull
and X? lAa lower, sales 1700 bales at [email protected] On
Wednesday the former was firmer, upland? 11 %d,
pales 15,000 bales; the latter was active and deoidedly
higher, Balea 4200 bah a at 29>??29>?c. Yesterday
the former waa active, sales 18,000 bales, uplands
i:^d; the latter was firmer at 29??o fy lb.
The arrivals for the week have been,301 bags of
sea islands and Floridas, and 8265 bales of uplands,
against 203 bags ot sea islands and Floridas and T083
bales of uplands the week before, and 608 bags ot
sea islands and Floridas, and 9461 bales of uplands
- for the corresponding week last year. The receipts
have been from the following sources: any of uplands
per South Carolina Ssihoad 7385 bales; per North?
eastern Railroad 728; from San tee 118; from George*
town, S. C., 39. Of ma islands, from Ed ia to 89;
John's Island 16; St. Andrews 8; Florida 68; Beau?
fort 31; Santee 100; Northeastern Railroad 46.
The transaction? and prices prevailing in thia m ir?
te t for the week have been aa follows:
On Friday, January 15, the demand was moderate
and prices unchanged. Sales 425 bales, ordinary to
good o?d (nary being quoted at 2053 27 X; tow mid.
dung 28, and middling 28>?o. fy lb.
On t wt imlay the position of prices Induoed caution
on the part of buyers, who operated but lightly at
unchanged ratos. Sale? 269 bales, quotations as be?
? On Monday, during the first part of the day, the
market was at a stand, in consequence of depressing
telegrams and the ref usai of seller? to make conces?
sions, but afterwards some factors having lowered
their rates about ??c. fy Vs, about 230 bales changed
hands at the decline, ordinary to good ordinary be?
ing quoted at 25(2)27; low middling st 27 X, and mid?
dling at 28c. fy lb.
On Tuesday seller? in ?om? oases having lowered
their rates to the extent of about %c. ft lb., about
100 bale* were disposed of, the demand being very
light, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted st V>
@26Ji, low middling at 27, and middling at 27 XC
On Wednesday the Ant transao?one were at about
27Xe fy lb. for middling, but with better news the
market soon hardened about Xe. fy lb.; sales 800
bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 36
#27, low middling 27%, and middling 38o. ft lb.
Yesterday during the forenoon there was sn acti ve
1demand Irena ? few buyers, end priest improved Me
V Bs., the market closing quiet; sales 600 balo/, say
8at36; 6at 26*; 8 ttMX; 49 at 27; 35 at 27*; ?I at
27ft;?4at27ft;SVat 27ft; 8 at 38; 206et?)ft. and
10 bale* on private terms. We quote:
Ordinary to good [email protected]
Low middling.38 fcc
By New York classification we quote:
?SRA ISLAND COTTON.-Tho arrivals of this class of
the fibre com inned light and were 301 bags of
Sea Island and Floridas, against 203 fer tho week be?
fore and 508 for the corresponding week last year,
iii. ru has been rather loss activity than character?
ized the market the woek before, but tho transac?
tions have amounted to some 280 bags at very? full
rates. Among tho sales were the following, say:
4 stained islands at 30c fl lb. J do. at 37o, 1 do. at
40c, 4 sea islands at 80c, 6 at 85, 8 at 87ft, 5 at 90,
6 at fl,- 8 ut 1 05, 9 at 110, 17 at 1 12ft, 7 at 115, 7 at
1 20, 3 at 1 23, 1 at 1 35, 1 at 1 40, 1 extra choleo at
180 and a few do. at $2 fl fe ; of Floridas. 10 at 67,
15 at 72,10 at 80c, 20 at fl, 27 at 110 and 10 at l ir> fl
lb. We quote common to medium sea islands at
65385, medium to fine at 00?$ 1 10, and flue and
choice at 1 l??f 1 40 fl lb and upwards.
BI OB.-ibo am vals have been light of this grain,
and were about 12.0:10 bushels for the week. There
has boen a steady inquiry for the article and prices
have been well sustained. We note rales of about
8G0 tierces of Carolina clean for the week, among
which were 10 tierces at 8o fl lb ; 05 at 8ft ; 82 at 8ft;
20 at 8 5-16; 40 at 8ft; 192 ats?.;; 131 at 8ft; 18 at
8 11-10; 121 at 8? ; 144 at 8fto fi lb. Wo quote com
moa to fine clean Carolina at [email protected] fl lb; good 8ft
?8ftc fl lb. Carolina rough may be quoted at fl 75
@190 for interior, and $1 [email protected] 20 for seacoast. Yes?
terday the market was quite Arm; sales about 259
tierces of clean Carolina; say 10 tierces at 8c fl lb;
35 at 8ft ; 130 at 8ft ; 39 at 8ft; 18 at 8 13-lGc fl ?.
NAVAL STORES.-Tho arrivals have boen small,
say about 450 bois for tho week. We note sales of
t?p i ri i s turpentine at 46ft @ 47c f* gallon, and a lot of
60 bbis on private terms. No. 1 rosin may be quoted
at f2 [email protected]; No. 2 at fl [email protected] 90, and No. 3 at fl 75.
Crude turpentmo may be quoted at f2 75 for virgh:.
HAY.-Tho receipts of this artilo have been mo?
derate, and were about 550 bales of Eastern and 800
bales North River qualities. We note sales of East?
ern at.fl 40 fl huudred, and North Biver at fl 20 fi
hundred. Jobbing lots ot North River are held at
fl 25 fl hundred.
CORN.-1 he arrivals have boen-a cargo of white
North Carolina, about 2100 bushels, the first of the
season, which Boldon private terms, small receipts
aro coming to hand from the interior by rall, which
are selling in jobbing lots at [email protected] 10 ft bushel,
weight, bags included. There has been rather a
better demand for plantation purposes.
FLOUR.-The market continues to be amply sup?
plied with Northern and Western brands, which
form the bulk of the receipts. Fri .-es for these de?
scriptions show an easier tendency, and wo slightly
reduce our figures, say for Northern and Western
super $6 75?7 fl bbl.; extra f7 [email protected] 76 fi bbl,;
family at f8 [email protected] 00, and extra family and choice
brands [email protected] fl bbl. Southern qualities aro in
light supply, and may be quoted at $9 [email protected] 50 fl
bbb; extra [email protected] 60, and family $11? 1250. Camp
Ben's city mill? are selling at $9 SQ bbl, for super;
flC 50 fi bbl. for extra, and f!2 60 fl bbl. for extra
and ohoice family.
BACON-Is in light stock, and is hold fltmly at
1G cte. fi lb for prime shoulders and 19 cte. fl lb for
prime clear iib sides. Dry salted shoulders are sell?
ing at 14c. fi lb, and sides at 17c. fi lb.
BUTTER.-Primo Goshen, of which there is a
moderate stock, may be quoted at 45c. $ lb. West?
ern and other low grados scU at 30 u>l0e. fl lb, as in
SALT.-We note arrivals ef about 4006 sacks
coastwise. Syracuse salt is Kelling at f2 05 fi
sack from store. Sellers ave asking from store f 2 10
@2 25 fl sack for Liverpool.
INDIA BAGGING.-Tho demand is very limited
We quote [email protected] fi yard, nominal. Dundee bag?
ging, 44 inches, 1,'.; lbs. for the yard, is held at 30?
35o. Sea leland bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. for
the yard, is held at 00?65 cents.
ROPE.-The demand for ropo ls moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents fi Yb. ; greenlea! at 10 cents,
and jute at 8ft?0 cents fi pound.
IBON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approvud patterns, aro offered on the market, and
they are in active demand at 7a8c ft lb.
Try man ANO 1 LUMBER,-i har? is a mod?r?t
stock: of this awtuuf, -? WK quuiu river nor. .
lng boards at #13 fi M.; scantling and plan
$10? 12 fi M. ; timber of shipping and good mlh
qualities there is a light supply on the market
and may be quoted at $11 '?,12 fi M. Common ie
selling at f5?6 fi M.; and city sawed lumber at
f20? 25 fi M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool by steam are depressed
and we quote 7-16d on uplands, and % d on sea Island ;
by sall, nominal on uplands, and - on sea Islands. To
Havre nominal. To the West Indies, Cuban ports
north Bide, on lumber, $9 00 in gold, and ' flo
south Bide. Coastwise-To New York ty steam
Jic fl ll) on uplands, and lc. on sea islands,
f2 fl tierce on rice; by sail, fa fi bale on up?
land?, and fl 50 fi tierce, on rice; on boards
flt fi M, on resowed lumber $11 fl M., on timber
fl?. To Boston, by steam, via Baltimore, lc. fi lb
on cotton and -fl tierce on rice; by sail 2-lCc.
fi lb on cotton, f12 00 fi M. on resawed lumber
and $13 00-fl M. on timber. To Philadelphia, ftc,
fl lb on upland cotton by steam and -o. fi
ft by sail; on flooring boards $9 fi M.; on re
sawed lumba', $'0; on timber, $12 5<J fl M.
To Baltimore, by steam, cotton ftc. ; rice fl
tierce, fl 75; phosphates, fl 2009 lbs., Si in
paokages, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
fi M f8?10, as in else; wheat fl bushel 12c, in sacks.
By this line to Philadelphia on cotton, ftc. ;
rice fi ttorce $2 OC ; phosphate per ton, f 6
In packages. To Louisville, Ky?, on rice, 75c. fl
hundred. To Cincinnati 55c. To St. Louis 85c.
By sall on boards and scantling, hence to Baltimore.
$9; on lumber flO; phosphates f 5. Vessels are in
demand at neighboring ports for lumber and timber
freights, and high rates are offered.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-Thc rate yesterday
was nominalst 146ft for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks aro purchasing
sight checks on New York ft dis., 5 days ft discount.
They aro selling sight cheoks at par.
GOLD.-Tho brokers were yesterday buying at
85, tind selling at 86.
Marketa by Xclcgrapn.
LONDON, January 21--Noon.-Consols 93ft; bonds
75ft. Tallow 47B Cd.
LIVERPOOL, January 31-Noon.-Cotton active.
Uplands llftd; Orleans llftd. Sales 13,000 balee.
Two P. M.-Cotton active. Uplands llftd} Or?
leans lift. It is thought that the sales will reach
Evening.---Cotton closed active. Uplands llftd;
Orleans llftd. Sales 18,100 bales.
HAVBK, January 31.-Cotton opened active. On
the spot If 35ftc; afloat If 86o.
Nsw Toss, January 31-Noon-Stocks steady
and dull, Money 7. Exchange 9ft. Gold 36ft. 62's,
18. Cotton firmer at 39ft cents.
Evening.-Cotton Armor; salea 8300 biles at 39ft,
some sold at 39ft. Flour-State and Western BalOc
lower ; superfine f5 68*6 20; Southern common to
fair extra drooping at $6 60a7. Wheat steady and
firmer. Corn less active but utichsnued; New Or?
leans white 8ffa88. Oats lower. Pork firmer at 880a
8013ft. Lard firm at 19fte30. Whiskey dull; West?
ern fl 02; city fl 01. Turpentine SSaGSft. Rosin
f a 60a8 Sd. Governments closed steady. South Caro
Una new 80ft. Money closed easy at 6a7. Dis*
counts 7a*. Sterling 9ft. Gold 85ft, Southern
eoourltles active and generally higher. Slocks gene?
rally buoyant, but unsettled at olose.
BALTIMOES, January 31.-cotton firm. Flour
dull and lower; superfine, $6 35a7. Wheat dull;
goo i Pennsylvania, fl 76. Corn dull; prims white
and yellow. Soe. Oats dull. Bye fins. Bacon
shsmlders.'Mo. Lard, 20c.
CINCINNATI. January 31.-Flour and porn un?
changed. Whiskey active ai 98c Provisions firmer
and higher. Pork heavy, and sold at 880. Balk
meats advanced; shoulders 13ftc. closing ftc higher.
Bacon advanced; shoulder* ISftc ; olear sidas 17fto;
holders-asking fte more. Lard 19fta30c.
WILMINGTON, (N O,) January 31 -^Spirits turpen?
tine unsettled. Botin advanced 10c; strained and
No 2, f3; low MO 1,83 88. Turpentine steady. Tar
advanced lOOj . ?j? ?? SC Cc ti cs qa.l?l, suddliag?,
AUGUSTA, January 31.-Cotton quiet but firm;
sales 800 natos. Beotipts 1687. Mid?ilncs 97ft.
SATAKNAH, January 21 - Cotton quiet but firm;
middlings 385^aMH. Receipts 16t0; exporta S661.
MOWLE, January 21.-Cotton quiet; sales 1000
bales; middlings 28c; receipts 410 bales.
Nsw OBLKAMS, January 21.-Cotton active, Xo
higher; middlings 28^a28)?c; sales 6509 bales ; re?
ceipts 0264; exports 1781. Gold 36*?. Sterling48
Commercial 47a47??; York sight exchange X dls
.count. Sugar and molasses firm and unchanged.
NASHVILLE, January 18.-COTTON.-The market
to-day was very much depressed, mnd holders were
refusing to soU at the decline. We report the mar .
ket cloting dull as follows: Ordinary 26?; good or?
dinary 27; low middling 27?. The business of the
day foots up as follows: Receipts 843 bales; sales
407; shipments 304.
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock Sept?mberl, 1868. CO
Received to-day. 313
Q.. To'a1/--. 24,654
Shipped to-day. 304
Stock on hand. \ 373
COHN-I he tran fact ions in corn to-day amounted
to 1600 bushels at 55c buying, and C9c delivered at
river, and 70c sacked and delivered tn depot.
OATS-?zales of 500 bushels sacked and delivered in
depot at 70.
?Overland to manufacturers.
NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
17,393 bales TTpland, from Mobile 6005 bales, from
Savannah 3748 bags Sea Island and ... balee Up?
land-and from Charleston 1922 bags Sea Island and
168 bales Upland, the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
s S? 2?
Exports ot* Rice, Naval stores and Lan
uer front tne Port of Clb.aEit.9ton, fros
Septem!?cr 1 to January Al, 1360
New Orleans... ...
Other U. 8. Ports..
Majorca & a Market
Halifax, N S..
St Johns, N B.
stock* of Cotton .in tb m Interior "Towna
not included 1 if tne Receipts.
Augusts, Ga,.-.january 20
Macon. Geo.January ISL
Columbus, Ooo;.Jan nary 15|
Montgomery, Ala.January 17
Swum, id*...%....January io
Memphis, Tenn. .January 16
Nashville, Tenn..,ft.January 18
Comparative Exporta of Cotton, from
the Port of Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Groat Britain...
Other I rcnc'li Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
^outh of Europe.
West Indies, & c..
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, wc.
Baltimore and Nor ilk...,
Other United Stn tes Ports,
Total to Coastwise Ports
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, fy yard
Dm ide o., 80 (a) 6(5
Gunny Cloth. 20>? & 1\%
BALE ROVE, fy lb-Mauilla. - ? -
Western. 8 @ 12>?
Ju e. 8>?? 9
COTTON, fy lb
Ordinary to Oood Ordinary. 26 (? 27 %
Low Middling. 28 ? -.
Middling to Strict Middliug. 28}i? -
Good Middling. - (co -
Sealsland. 60 cu 1.30
COFFEE, fy lb-Rio.I 20 @ 20
Laguayra. 2h ? -
Java. 35 roi 40
Wando Co's Aminou'd Sol Phos. 05.00 @ -
Potato Fertilizer. 50.00 ? -
Alkaliuo Phosphate. 30.00 ? -
Bono Flour. 65.U0 ? -
Doublo Refined Poudrctte. 30.00 ? -
Niles* Phosphate. 63.00 ? -
Peruvian Guano, fy ton.100.00 fra -
Pacific Guana, fi 2000 lbs. 65.00? -
Pheonix Guano. 55.00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, ^ 2000 lbs... 00.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... 05.00 ? -
Mapes'Super Phosphate,^ 2000 lb 05.00 ? -
Zoll's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.??0 ? -
Zcll's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 05.00 ? -
WoolBton's Phosphate of Limo..- . | 65.00 ? 00
Croasdalc's Con. Super-Phos, not 60.00 ? 00
Bowers'Complete Manure, net... 00.00 ? 00
Sardy's Phospho Peruvian, cash. CG.00 @ 00
Sardy's Pacific Guauo, cash.,.... 60.00 ? 00
FLOUR, fy bbl-Super. 6.76 ? 7.00
Northern and Western Extra. ?.25 ? 7.75
Baltimore Extra. - ? -
Southern-Super. 9.25 ? 9.50
Family.". ll.CO ?12.50
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, fy bushel.? 85 ? 00
Western Oats, fi bushel.I 85 ? -
Corn, fy bushel. 1.C5 ? 1.25
HAY, fy cwt.-North River.| 1.20 (al 1.25
Eastern.| 1.35 (fl) -
LUMBER, fy M. teot- I
Clear Whlto Pine, 1st quality.?50.00 ?55.00
White Pino, good run.?38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, fy M. feet-Rough.112.00 (a 15.00
Grooved and Tongued_?28.00 ?32.0U
MOLASSES, fy gallon-Cuba.| 42 @ -
Muscovado. 51>?? -
Sugar Bouse. 50 ? 1.00
Now Orleans. - ? -
VAL STORES, fy bbl-Tar_ - ? -
Pitch. - ? -
Rosin, Pale. - ? -
Rosin, No. 1.? 2.75 ? 4.00
Rosin, No. 2.1 1.80 ? 1.90
Rosin, No. 3. 1.75 ? -
tmirits Tuinentinc, fv gallci.| 46 (a) 47
(Ai.tnm. ^ Ift. I 16 ral -
NMLS-American, 4?20d, Wkeg..| 5.50 @ 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... I 6.70 @
Dupont's, F.F.F.| 5.00 (ai .
Dupont's, Blasting. 4.25 ?
Bacon, Hams, fl lb.| - ? -
Bacon, Sides.| 18 (ai 19>?
Bacon, Shoulders.j 16 ? -
Bacon, Strips.I - ? -
Lard, in keg.I - ? -
Butter.I 35 ? 60
Cheese. 16 ? 30
Potatoes, fi bbl. - ? -
Onions.,. - ? -
Apples. - ? -
RICE-Carolina, fy io. 8 (?881-100
East India. - ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fy sack.. 2.10 ? 2.26
Liverpool, Une. - (S> -
SUGAR, fy lb-Raw.| 13 ? 14
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Muecovad' .| .13 ? 16
tuu?i|ii.?? po, tlowtu Ctirollna KnllroaU
1498 bales Cotton, 141 balaB Domestics, 137 bbls
Naval Stores, 18 cars Lumber, S cars Aood, and 3
cars Stock. To Railroad Agout, Pelzer,Rodgors At Co.
G H Walter & Co, Roedor h Davis, L D DeSaussure,
Mowry Ac Co, Graeser, Lee, Smith Ac Co, 0 burston k
Holmes, Wardlaw k Carew, Kirkpatrick At Witt?, G W
Williams As Co, W K Ryan, Street Bros k Co. Caldwell
Ai SOUS, W C Dukes Ac Co, W H Chafee & Co, A J Sa?
linas, J D Aiken At Co. Dowling At Co, D Jennings k
Co, Frost & Adger, W C Courtney k Co, R O sharp k
Co, J BE Sloan, Willis & chi Holm, H Bullwinkle k
Co, Johnston, Crews k Co, W K Ryan, Brodie k Co,
and W B Williams.
Consignees per Northeastern Kailroad
7T bales Cotton, 145 bushels Rioe, Hay, Mdse, kc.
To El in ck, Wickenberg k Co, J Marshaller, S D Sto?
ney, Kinsman k Bowell, J D Aiken & Co, Mantoue k
Co, Frost k Adjier. G W Wilhams k Co, G H Walter
t? Co, J l! kilto ly. Na chman Ar. Co, M Drucker. Clag
horn, Herring & Co, Kondall k Dockery, Caldwell k
Sons, and IVB Purcell.
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-Dr Thog
Stuart, Mr and Mrs McDonald, James Bennett, Mrs
O J Peasman and children, H A BrigUtman, William
Haiper, Aug Lavendier, Mrs Macdonald, and 4 in
steerage. . -
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mi-s McNulty,
Judge Hacke t, J Crniushanks and lady, Douglass,
Martin, Bishop Wightman, John Canfield, Jr, ?speer,
G W Howse, M H Gftinn, T D Gleason, E R sibley.
Oakjdouk, 2 Underbills. C A Foster, T D Adams, E
Scott, Mihi-, Scott, Hoskins, ahaw., Mr Mitchell and
daughter, Col Williams, Captain Coxettcr, and 20 on
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
G A Douglass, W C Balley, Simpson, Mrs E Seabrook,
and 16 on deck.
XJort of Charleston, Junuary S3.
PHASES OF THE HOON.
Last Quarter, 6th, 1 hour, 2 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 12th, 1 hour, 33 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 20th, 7 hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 27th, 8 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
RISES. I BETS.
behr Ada, Whitehurst, Back Biver. 2162 bushels
Rough lt'ce. To W O Bee & Co.
Sloop Jolla, from Aahcpoo. 475 bushels Bough
Rice. To G H Hoppock
Bloop Kmlly, frons Cooper River. 300 bushels
i?ough Rice. To G H Hoppock.
Received from West Point MRI-49 tierces Bice.
To Wm Gurney.
Received from Bennett's Milt-160 tierces Rice. To
H Bischoff Ac Co, Wm Gurney, W O Bee k Co, Louis
Manigault and J H Re kel?.
Received from ohisolm's Mil'.-57 tierces Rice and
12 tags sea Island Cotton. To Chisolm Bros, Thurs
ton Ac Holmes, Roper At Stoney, Gaillard k Minott,
John Hanokei, W U Courtney At Co, and Claghorn,
Herring At Co.
Steamer City Point, McNelty, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fornandtna, Savannah, Ace 50 bales Cotton.
To 13 D Aiken At Co, FE Schroder, Wm M Lawton,
Hopklna, McPherson * Co, W H Ohafee At-Co, nour
din At Co, BOT O Prentiss, Byrne Ac Fogartte, Wag?
oner At Mon?*es, Jeffords At Co, (simon Barr, Railroad
Agent, S 8 Solomons. M Goldsmith At Son, J A Ens
low At Co, Peter Johna. Adams. Damon ? Co, G H
Ittgraham At Son, Pfizer, Rodgers Ac Co, Kirkpatrick
At Witto, J A Alexander, J E Adger Ac Co, Mentone At
Co, and RT Walker.
Steamer St Helena, Ramley, Ed is to and Rock?
ville. 13 bags Sealsland Cotton, and Mdse. To J
H Murray, 0 Graveley. McGorty. J Coleock Ac Co,
Bavenel At Co, Fraser At DUI, LH At Co, J A Scott,
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder. New Yerk-Ravesel k
Steamship Prometheus, Groy, Philadelphia--ino
At Theo Getty.
Stearo.Mp 8*ragosee/BydW*eyr York,
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia.
Bureara this Part, ^
British brig Dauntless,' Edwardo, Bristol, Jan 2.
V? for ?hie Port.
Tba Kdith^Wheelev, at liverpool, Jan *,
Cleared for this I'ort.
Steamship James Adger, lockwood. Mew York. Jan 19
Steamship Falcon, Honey, at Baltimore, Jan M.
Brig Cecilia, Bistrup, st Liverpool, Jan 2.
Hahr Constitution, smi tl?, st New fork, Jan 19.
Sehr Lily. Francis, at New York, Jan 18
Sehr Alex Young, Young, at Philadelphia, Jan 18.
Shlpnew? hy Telegraph.
SAVANNAH, January 21.-Arrived-Sehr Valentino,
Cleared-Steamship Roxana, Liverpool; North
Point, Baltimore; General Barnes, New York; sehr
UIST OK VKsSKjUi
OP, CLEARED AND HAILED FOR THIS I'OA A
e O R H 1 O N
Steamship Golden Horn, Bracklin, faded.Doc 20
British bri,',' Cecilia, Bistrup, cleared.Jan 2
The Edith Wheeler, up.Jun 2
Ship Pacific, Foss, cleared.Dec 29
British brig Baltimoro, V anello, up.Jan 2
8panieh brig Pastora,-, sailed.Dec 22
British brig Wm Nash, McBride, up.Jan 7
DOM E S T IC .
Sehr H Simmons, 'IcdiVcy, sailed.Jun 2
Sehr Sarah A Hammond, Wiley, up.Jen 8
Sehr b & E Coi son, Drown, cleared.Jun 8
Sehr Atalanta, Lebby, sailed.Dec 18
PROVIDENCE, K I.
Sehr Eva N Johnson, Johnson, sailed.Jan 13
Steamship James Adger. Lockwood, clearod..Jan 19
Sehr Franklin, ?walu, up.Jan 14
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, up.Jan 19
Brig Black Swan, liodgcrs, cleared.Jan 0
Sehr J W Maitlund, Leighton, cleared.Jan 7
8chr Lilly, Francis, cleared.Jau 18
Sehr Constitution, smith, cleared.Jan 19
Sehr Albert thomas, Rodgers, cleared.Dec 31
Sehr Alex Younsr, Young, cleared.Jan 18
Sehr Charles E Page. Doughty, sailed.Deo 18
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, cleared.Jan 20
Sehr A<la A Andrews, Itoobius, cleared.Jan 10
Sehr I dward Kldd?r, -, sailor].Jan 10
Sehr Wost Dennis, --, sailed.Jan 10
LIST OP SHIPPING
In tho Port of Charleston., January SI.
VES0KLS TJNDEB 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Statira (Br), 862 tons. Way. at Vandorhorst's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W C Coe it Co.
Manhattau, l.r.n tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf
for New York, loading-James Adger it Co.
Scotswood (Br), 715 tons, Yeaman.at Boyce's wharves,
for Liverpool, loading-It Mure & Co.
Pedro Piandolit (Spanish), 824 tons, Amengual, at
Atlaut ic wharf, for Liverpool, louding-W P Hall.
Gorilla I tir), 755 tons, Jones, at Atlantic wharf, from
Liverpool, waiting-R Muro & Co.
Richard Ul, 985 tons, Wood, at Accommodation
whari, fi om Liverpool, waitinsr-Master.
Museoupus (Br), 791 tons, Groves, at Boyce's wharf,
from 1 iverpool, writing-R Mure & Co.
Amelia, C88 tous, Boroham, at Al lautiu wharl, for Liv?
erpool, waiting-Putiof8on & Stock.
Graham's Policy, 759 tons, Burgess.at Atlantic wburf,
from Antwerp, waiting-Patterson ii Stock.
Borneo (Br), 705 tons. Card, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Muro k Co
Lizzie H. 896 tons, spring, at Brown k Co's wharf,
. for Liverpool, loa :ing-Street Bros & Co.
Gauss (N G), 655 tons, Carver, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-G A Hopley is Co.
Monncguash (Bri, 524 tons, Murray, at Boyce it Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-R Muro & Co.
Egeria, 040 tons, Barrett, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, ready-Patterson & Stock.
W G Pu'nam (British), 7u0 tons Rickard, at Atlanlic
wbarf. foi Liverpool, loading-Willis & Chisolm.
Olimpia (Spanish), 481 tons, Pons, at Brown's wharf,
from Cioufucgos, waiting-W P Ball.
Agra (Bri ish), 639 tons. Eulimore, at Vanderhorsi's
wharf, from Liverpool, waiting-Ravenel & Co.
Kamma Fonder (Danish), 354 tons, Krogh, at Atlan?
tic wharves, for Liverpool, waiting-Willis k
The Quean (Br), 698 tons, Cook, in the Stream, from
Stranrean, Scotlaud, waiting-lt Mure k Co.
Ciscar (Spanish), 261 tons, Oliver, at Marsh's wharf,
from Havana, waiting-W P Hall.
Pensativo (Spanish). 211 tons, Vails-, at Bernett's
wharf for Barcelona, loading-P J Esnard.
EuruH, 149 tons, Willey, at Adder's wharf, for New
York, ready-Wm Roach it Co.
Hampden, 150 tons, Oatt, in the Stream, from Mar
Enrique (Spanish), - toss, Maduena, at Union
wharf, irom Cienfuegos, just, arrived-Mordecai
Maria (Spanish), 156 tens, Font, at Palmetto wharf,
from Havana, waiting-J A Enslow k Co.
Morey (Spanish polacre), 250 tons, Vidal at Brown's
wtaarr, fruin Uavaua, watUug-\V P Hall.
Rosalia (Spanish pouters), 689 tons, Mascavo, at Union
whorl, from Havana, waiting-P J Esnard.
Surprise, 219 tons, Symmos, at Central wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-H F Bik-r is Co.
H N Squire, 807 tens. Chare, In A ?uley River, for a
Northern Port, loading-Master.
Willio Martin, 162 tons. Collins, ia Ashley River, for
Wost ladies, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
Mary D Haskell, 805 tons, Barber, ai Brown's k Co's
whari, for Boston, loading-Il F Baker ic Co.
Minerva. Ul tons, Collins, at Brown k Co's wharf,
tor Weat Dadles, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
Josiah Whitehouse, 276 tons, Jones, m Ashley River,
from Rockport, Me, discharging-J A Enslow
Sehr Mattie E Tabor, - tons, Cook, in Ashley River,
for New York, loading-J A Enslow k Co.
C E Raymond, SOO tons, Higgins, at Adger's wharf,
for Boston, loading-Wm Roach ic t o.
Mary, 160 tons, Gilchrist, at Commercial wharf, from
Belfast, Me, discharging-J A Enslow ic Co.
Wm Jones, 145 tons. Keen, at Brown's whorl, from
Rockland, Me, discharging-Olney is Co.
Nellie Carr, 133, Lansill, at Union wharf, from New
York, discharging-sbackeliord k Kelly.
J L Leach, 237 tons, stafford, at Gas Co's wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-Risley ic Creighton.
Robert Caldwell. 466 tons. Me lonnie c, at Adger's
wharves, for Now York, loading-W Roach k Co.
E H Furoer, 818, Cobb, at Brown's whari, from New
York, discharging-M Goldsmith k Hon.
Abbott Lawrence, 156 tons. Ober, in Ashley River,
fer a Northern Port, loading-L T Potter.
Anna E Glover. 298 tons. Jerry, at Palmetto wharf,
from New York, discharging-T 1 upper is sons.
A G Ireland, 285 tons, Townsend, at Brown's whari,
for Baltimore, lo.idma-.Wm Roach k Co.
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DEALER TN ^
DOORS, SA SH KS ANO BLINDS
Charleston, 8. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
July 80 _ (imo?*
TO PLANTERS AND OTHERS
HOLD CO TT ON IN ENGLAND,
Where fsTOli \GE, INSURANCE, and other expenses
for holding aro LESS'than m the United States, we
TEN CUNTS PER POUND
Shipped toouriWendBinLiverpool, changing the Eng?
lish commercial rato of h?t?rent, wnlch at present Ie
m FIVB PER CUNT,
And hold ss long ss desired.
OLAGHORN, HERRING lc CO,,
January 16 ? OT
|~1 ll . EA BS,
ATTORNEY AT LA If,
SOLICITOR IN EQUITY.
mt Odos No. 98 ?KOAD.STREET, north aid*"
between King and Meeiing. May 8
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please send for a catalogue lo
MARTIN & CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
Principal ( Broadway New York.
Warehouses jjSS?*?^ gfr P ula; 0
(108Bank St., Cleveland,O
And for sale by our agents in the
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 303 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
SOUTH CAUUL1NA KAltiROAJD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON. H. C., Mareil 2(5, 18118. I
ON AND AFTER SU. DAY, MARCH 29TH, TBE
PASSENGER TRAINS of tho South Carolin?
Railroad will run as follows : .
Leave Charleston.t?. 30 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Connecting with (rains for Mom ornery, Memphis,
Nashvillo and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
Leave Charleston. .C.80 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.3.50* P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and
Leave Augusta.'Vii A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.0 00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.lu P. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
Leave Cbarloston.7.ad P. M.
Arrivent Augusta.6.13 A. M.
Connecting with traius lor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, v:a Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.:.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston..4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT INPRESS.
Leave Charleston.5.;OP. vi.
Arrive at Columbia.0.00 A. Vt.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
SUMMERVILLE 1 KAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.4P P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5.1C 2. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.*.3? A. M
On Monday*, Wednesdays and Saturdays,
Leavt Ringville..2.21 P. M.
Arrhe at Camden. .5.1)0 P. M.
Leave Camden.5.10 A. M.
Arrive ? t langville.7.40 A. M.
(Signedi. . tl. T. PEAKE,
April 20 General Superintendent_
ATLANTIC AXB UV IA*' RAILROAD.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
GEN 1'AL S?PERIN i ENDENT'S OFFICE, )
ATLAN TIC AN D GULF ll AI LRO AD, \
SAVANNAH, OCTOBER 28, 1808. )
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1,
THAIN S ON THIS ROAD will runas follows,
commencing with 7 P. M. '.Crain:
NU?HT EXPJttSS TIIATN.
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at..7 00 P M
Arrive at Live Oak at.3 20 A M
Arrive at Jacksonville at.7 30 A M
Leave Jacksonville (Sundays excepted) at. ...7 15 P M
Leave Live Oak at.ll 40 p H
Arrive at Savannah (Mondays excepted) at. ..8 00 A ic
Leave Savannah (Sundays excepted) at.1 00 A H
Arrive at Bainbridge at..10 20 P M
Arrive at Live Oak at.5 80PM
Arrive at Jacksonville at.1 30 A M
Arrive at Tallahassee, at.12 57 A M
Arrive at Quincy at.if 15 A M
Leave Bainbridge (Sundays excepted)at.? 00 * ll
Leave Quincy at.27 A if
Leave TaUahasseo at. 2 to A11
Leave Jacksonville ot.,.10 18 A M
Leave Live Oak at.7 20 A M
Arrivo at savannah (Sundays excepted) at.. .fl 00 P M
Passengers to Stations west ot Lawton and Live
Oak take Day Train from Savannah.
Passengers from Bainbridge connect at Lawton
with lxpresg Train for Savannah at 2 C0"A. M.
Passoneers from Tallahassoc by Dt?y lrain connect
at Live O ik with Express Train fox Savannah at ll 40
Sleeping Cars on Expr?s.-. Train?".
No change between Jacksonville and Savannah on
Steamer? leave 6t Mark? f r New Orleans, Apa?
lachicola and Pensacola every Friday.
leave St Karka tor Havana, Key West, CedarKfya
and'Jampa every Wrdne?day.
Stearne' H leave Jacksonville for Palatka, Enter
nrise and aU points on the Ht John's River every
Sunday and Wednesday at 0 00 A. M.
H. 8. HAINES.
November 2 ".mo Gonctal Superlntendext,
?AVA??AU AKD CHARLESTON RAIL.
VENTER TIME TABLE PASSENGER TRAIN.
Bf'PBRINTKN LENT'S OFFICE, 1
CRABuaarroN, November 2,1808. J
?\N AND AFTER MONDAY, NOVEMBER ?TH,
J the 1 ri-Wee kl y Train will lei ve Charleston on
ondays, Wednesday* and Fridays, at 9.15 A. M., ar?
riving at Coosawhatchl e at 8.15 P. M.
Returning, leavo Coosawhatchio on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 A. M., arriving in
Charleston at 4 P. M.
Connection,* both ways by backs ?lth Walterbo
rough ite} Beaufort. .
To insure prompt transmission, Freight mutt be
at the Depot, foot of M l ll-a tr * e t, by 2 P.M. on Tues.
^,.,Thurea.y. and saturday g< ^t??,
i f nuer ci d Superintendent.
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