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BX "GEORQIAC."-VTBQIL BE-VERSED.
Little lo wear.
And lees to eat 1
Som and substance and net receipt
Southern side of the balance-.-.-, et:
After the burthen.
And after the beat
Of a cotton year.
To the farmer, clear,
Little to wear and less to eat
Picked and sifted, compressed,
That's the weight of his "elephant"
?.NEAT I "
Little to waar
. And less to eat;
That's the paradox we meet
At every corner of the street
It isn't the laud
And it ain't the band?
it isn't the sun
And it xoan't thc stand
Only a madness, with naught to match it;
Hurling the handle after tho batcb.pt
Chasing sorrow, aud sure-to "catch itt "
Little to wear! ?rom pole to pole
Not a civil or a savage BOUI
Btit bides bis nakedness or hie dirt,
More or less, in a Georgia shirt I
LESS TO EATJ When the "grass' we siay
Would bury New England knee-deep in hay,
And fatten the "shirted" (above) tn mass,
Fatter than evor was flush from grass t
Lord I Lord I
By the longest odds,
Of the foolB abhorred
By men and god",
Ts the folly which
Fights the world with a "single line,"
Without a ditch
And "break*" in credit, in cash and spine,
"A gittin' EICH!"
Sell an acre
And buy a-PLOW !
Borrow a sheep
And bes a BO VT !
EUI King Cotton
And crown your
Another year, if wo Uve to see't,
Shall make both ends and middle
With enough to wear, and a
PLENTY TO EAT !
The debates in the convention yesterday
were unusually heavy and protracted. The
great fight of the day was upon the petition
offered by F. L. Cardo2j and Beverly Nash
(both of whom have recently relurnod from
Washington), praying Congress that certain
tracts of land in the pos?ession of the United
StateB Tax Commissioners may be allotted to
One party waa lead by Beaufort delegates,
and it was plainly evident that they regarded the
appropriation of these lands to the Port Boyal
Railroad as being far more essential to the prac?
tical welfare of the State than if they were sold
for small sums to freedmen, and the aggregate
applied to educational purposes. The oppo?
site side, with equal vehemence, contended
that it was p.ll-impo;taut to the interests of
education that the fund for public schools
should be ii creased from every possible source
of revenue, and that no better means could be
adopted to conter a double benefit upon the
impoverished freedmen and ignorant children
of the State than by securing these lands from
Congress and selling them at low and remu?
nerative prices to the poor.
During the discussion, F. L. Car doz a stated
that having been in Washington he was advis?
ed to draw up and present such a petition, and
he felt satisfied that it would be favorably en?
tertained. Tho question was not decided until
the evening session,' when Mr. C. C. Bowen,
Chairman of tho Judiciary Committee, to
whom the petition had been recommitted for
further consideration, made a report, i
mending the adoption of the following resolu?
1. Resolved, Tbat this convention do recom?
mend to the Congress of the United States that
the prayer of F. L. Cardoza and W. B. Nash be
granted as set forth in the accompanying peti?
2. Resolved, That this convention do further
pray Congress that the proceeds of the sale of
lands within the State of South Carolina for
taxes due the United States, or so much there?
of as may now remain unappropriated, may be
Sauted to South Carolina for the support ol'
e public schools of the State," under such
regulations as the Congress of the United
States may prescribe.
3. Resolved, That a copy of thc petition
aforesaid, together with a copy o' the forego?
ing resolutions, be forwarder1' at onco by tho
President of this convention to the 1'resident
of the Senate and Speaker of the House ot Rep?
A further attempt was made by L. S. Lang?
ley, of Beaufort, to postpone thu consideration
of the resolution until they could bo printed,
but the usual amount of .'fillibutering" fol?
lowed, and (he report of the committee was
.The consideration of section 5 of tbe Edu?
cational. Ar ti clo of the const tntion was resumed,
the question being on the motion of B. F.
Randolph to strike out .the proviso of R. B.
Elliott, adopted yesterday, which reads ss fol?
lows: "Provided that no person shall be de?
prived of the right of suffrage for the non?
payment of his poll-tax." On the yeas and
nays being ordered, they were taken, and, by a
vote of eighty-one yeas to twenty nays, the
motion to strike out was not agreed to.
The section as amended was passed to its
The following sections were likewise passed
to their third reading with little or no amend?
SEO. 6. Within five years after the first regu?
lar session of the General Assembly, following
the adoption of this constitution, it shall be the
duty of the General Assembly to provide'for the
establishment and support of a State Normal
School, which shall bo open to all persons who
may wish to become teachers.
SEO. 7. Institutions for the benefit of all the
insane, blind, and deaf and dumb, and such
other benevolent institutions as tbe public
good may require, shall be established and
Bupported by the State, subject to such regula?
tions as may be prescribed by law.
SEO. 8. Provision sha 1 be made by law, as
goon as practicable, for the establishment and
maintenance of a State Reform School for ju?
SEO. 9. The respective districts or counties
of the State shall make provisions, as may bo
determined by law, for all those inhabitants
who, by reason of age and infirmities, or mis?
fortunes, may have claim upou the sympathy
and aid of society.
SEO. 10. The General Assembly shall provide
for the maintenance of the State University,
and, as soon as practicable, provide for the
establishment of an agricultural college, and
shall appropriate the land donated to this State
for the support of such a college by the act of
Congress, passed July 2,18C8, or the money or
scrip, as the case may bc, arisiug from tho salo
of said lands, or any lands which mav here?
after be granted or appropriated for such pur?
poses, for the support and maintenance of
such college, and may make the same a branch
of the State University, for instruction in agri?
culture, thu mechanic arts, aud the natural
tciences connected therewith.
SEC. 12. The proceeds of all lauds that ix? .
been or hereafter may be granted by the Unit?
ed 8tates to this State, and not otherwise ap?
propriated by this State or the United States,
and of all lauds or otu^r property given bv in?
dividuals, or appropriated by the State for like
purpose, and of all estates ol deceased persona
wb.? have died without leaving a will or heir,
shall be securely invested and sacredly pre?
served as a State school fund, and the annual
interest and mcome of said fund, together with
such other means as tho General Assembly
may provide, shall bc faithfully appropriated
for the purpose or establishing and maintain?
ing tree public schoolb, anti for no other pur?
poses or uses whatever.
Section ll is as follows: "All the public
schools, colleges and universities of this State
supported by the public fends, shall be fre?
and open to all tho children and youths of tho
State, without regard to race or color."
On receiving its second reading, F. L. Car
doza moved that it be recommitted to the Com?
mit tee on Education, aa they wanted to recon?
sider thc subject further. '
B. P. Randolph moved that it bo instructed
to report to-m?rrow.
J. K. JiUson movud that it bo instructed to
report on the 11th ind ant.
[The New Hampshire election takes place on
B. P. Randolph said it is evident this motion
is roado to yet rid of those two little word?,
"race or coloi." I understand it all sir. There
is no uso in our backing dowu lroni these ques?
tions. We aro laying the foundation of a new
s'ructure hore, and the timo has come when
we shall have to meet theso lliinpa squarely,
and wo must meet them now or nover. Tho
day is coming when wc must decide whether
the two races shalt live together or not, ana I
appeal to the gentlemen in this convention to
sustain tho motion I liavo inado, so that Uris
question can bo brought up to-niorrow and
discussed. , ,
F. J. Moses, Jr.-I move to amend by re?
quiring (bat thc committee shall roport a week
nonce at hall-past twelve o'clock; and I wish
to sav hore that, as far ns 1 or thc chairman ot
the committee are concerned, tbore exists no
intention ol' striking ont tho words to which
thc gentleman irom Oran?eburg has alluded.
I do not caro to ?tate my reasum? publicly for
desiring that thc consid?ration of the Hection
shall bo postponed until to-niorrow week, but I
pledge my boner (bat when they hear my rea?
sons privately given ?very ono will be thor?
oughly sati.<ned of the proprioly of sucb a
L. S. Langlev.-I hope thc amendment ivill
not prevail. The subject has been thorouglily
considered in tho committee, and as ono ol' its
members I say I hat I will not chango my mind.
I dm a little astonished at this motion to post?
pone until tho 11th ol' .March, for it seems to
toe that tho gentleman has backed down from
the sentiments he uttered in the committee.
If wo are Republicans lot us have a republi?
can government and stand by OUT principles.
J. K. JiUson-I have my reasons for making
this motion; others know them, and therefore
I denv the charge that 1 have backed down.
D. H. Chamberlain-1 think it due to tho
convention that the rossons should bo slated.
Unless it is done, it. will be unwise to postpono
the consideration of this section.
B. F. Randolph-Don't you uuderstmd the
D. H. Chamberlain-I do.
E. F. Randolph-Do you think any political
event depends on this ?
D. H. Chamberlain-I do not.
J. 8. Craig-As there seems to bo important
reasons, and we don't waut tho public to know
them, 1 inovo that wc gu into secroct sossiou.
Thc President-The rules of the convention
do not permit such a thing to b? done.
A. J. Ransier- I think that as a matter of
courtesy, the request, of tho chairman of the
committee should be favorably considered. I
am not piepared to say for how long a time tho
subject should be recommitted, bul 1 am deci?
dedly in ia or ol' Bonding the section back.
F. "J. Moses called for the previous question,
and it l eing susUincd, tho motion to recommit
to the committee was agreed to, all amend?
ments being voted down.
[This disposes of tho matter until the com?
mittee see lit to report ii.]
A tow minutes later, while section ll was un?
der consideration, B. P. Randolph mado tho
following remarks, which also bear upon tho
Tho gentleman has lake? fright at tho wolds
"race or color." I understand it all. The
convention will understan 1 it all. Some of you
have racoused nie of being too conservative;
but you will see who uro the Conservatives in
this house. Well, ? hope this section will pass;
that lands will bo appronriated to schools, and
that the colored children in the Stato will get
as mucti as they can: but I tfllyou that for one
I am not alraid of tho New Hampshire elec?
tions, nur any other elections.
The President.-The .' gentleman must come
Thc convention prucoeded to the consider?
ation ot the article on tho militia, and alter a
short debato and some amendment, its three
sections wei? passed to a third reading.
On motion of M? N. G. Parker, the offices
ol' Adjutant and lnspeetor-lieneral wore made
subject to election by thc peuple, tho incum?
bents thereof to rank us Brigadicr-Ucncral,
their duties and compensation tobe prescribed
The article un corporal ions was next taken
up, amended, and passed to its third reading,
and the convention adjourned ut thc usual
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Hope-2100 sack* Salt, to W
B Smith ,V Co,
CARDENAS-Per bri? John Pierce-252 hhds, 23
tierces and 15 bbls Molasses, to J A Ennlo.v k
Exports for tito Week c-ndliitf Tlimrsday,
LIVERPOOL-Per louisb brig Sola-7-1 bugs s laud
64 bales I'; land Colton, H.vj bbls Rosin.
BOSTON-Per Behr s J Waring-730 bale-; Upland
Cotton, 1 bale Vam. Soil bbls Ro.-in. TJ00 White
NEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-090 bales
Cotton, 104 tierces Rice, 10 casks Clay. 70 empty
Barrels, 15 Packages_Per steamship Charles?
ton-115 tierces Rice, 843 boles Uplaud Cotton,
425 bogs com, 4i'5 bags Feed, 8u boles YoniH
and Domestics, 60 bills Puj er, aud Sundries.
Per steamship Champiou-l'J bags S I aud 1169
boles Upla- tl Cotton, 00 tes Rice, 10 bales Waste,
37 bales Domestics, C packages Sondrio*, 440
bags Feed_Per steamship K ll Souder-7 bags S
-I und 807 balts Upland Cotton, iW casks Clay, 10
hhds and 3 bales Bides, 40 Raci.'ugcs.Per
steamship Gulf Qty-006 bales Upland Cotton
.Per steamship Ashland-071 balee Upland
Cotton, 50 bbls Kunu. 40 casks Clay, and Sun?
dries_Per steamship Key Weat-726 bales Up?
land Cotton, 70 cooks Cloy, 000 bushels Corn
....Tor schooner ? B Warner-508 bales Up?
laud Cotton, 75 bbl* Rosin, 20 bales Rugging, 1
cask Kaolin Clay, 3 boxes li?nos, 10 packages
Mdzc, 1 Eugine Boiler, kc.
PHILAOELFHI \- Per sehr J J Spencer-489 halos
Cot on, 50 hhds and 25 (OUR Iron.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-164 tien es
Rice, 700 bales Uplaud ditton, 48 bales Rags and
Bides, 10 hhds Bides, and Sundries.
THK CHARLESTON MARKET.
[FOBTUB WIEK INDINO TBUKSDAY, MAHCH fi.|
COTTON.-The marka for this article ut the com
uieucemeut of the week opened steady, but on Satur?
day lost became weak, Middlii g I plaud ou that day
being tiuofed here ut -JO.'jostle. ft ft.; but the article
soon rallied. DOtwuhitaudiug thc declining charac?
ter of tho English market, and has siuco mude u
strong movemeut upward, the rains advancing 9Q
2>ic. ft lb. on ull quoll tice of tho staple, and with a
general feeling of confidence u:< oug holders that
prices will mle high for the remainder of the season.
The general reports from tho interior ot this state
ore to thc oficct that there is bul a limited amount
of stock lolt iu thc eouu;ry, und it is the opinion that
receipts will soon show o rapid lolling oQ. Tho quo?
tations at Liverpool for tho week opened ot 9?,d. ft
lb. for Middling Upland, recedtd gradually to Od.,
and has sinoo advanced to 9??(s9J?d. ft ib.; in tho
New York murkct. during thc t-omo time, the article
commenced at 29a22j?, receded to 22, but has sinco
improved to 25(g,25><c. ft lb. lor New York Mid?
dling, while lu this market Middling Upland began
at 21c, fell off to 20^(2,21, but has since advanced to
23>ic. ft lb. for this quality.
"I he arrivals of loug stap'c q uah lie.? ol' Hie article
continue very Ug.it, while Upland descriptions are,
up to tliis Unie, In fair supply, the receipt* ot thc tor
uier having been 157 boles, anti or (ha lutter 8754
bales tor the week, against 187 bole of th? former
and 11,310 of the latter tor the week befor;-, and '.il3
bales of the f irmer und 3514 ol the lader for thc cor?
responding week lasi year.
The transactions and prices ol thc fibre tor the
week just tcrmin;ited will bc seen by the foUoitBag
Ou Friday, February 28, the Inquiry wus mode?
rately active, wi h much stiffness on thc vari ol'
holders, but prices were without important cbaucc.
sales 1200 bales, Ordinary to Good Ordinary being
quoted nt 171?@t9& Low Middling al 20(2,20 J?, Mid?
dling ot Ji. aud Stri.-l Middling ai rJc. ft lb.
du Saturday the niara* t was qniel arly in the day.
aud prices receded K<: ft lb.. Ibeinquiry atterwardfl
improving, and the article ulosiug ii mer. Sales
loon bali s. Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quoted
atl7ji@10, Low Middling ai IVi-Jetili. Middling ut
20>?@31, omi Strict Middling al 21 }?c ft lb.
On Mouduj there was a fair demand, which, with
a light stock und niiuh firmness ou the part of hold?
ers, caused prices to borden S?@lc ft lb. in the face
of o dccliniu-! marketa! Liverpool. Sa'es 030 bales,
Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quoted ut 17>/.@
19.?, Low Middling at !S0?20& Middling at ?16211?.
aud Strict Middling at 22c. ft Iii.
On Tuesday, with an active demand, a limited sup?
ply of the staple and much firmness in holders, pro?
duced a hardening of prices, cud the rales improved
?urlng the day }?@lc. ft lb. Sides near 1000 bales,
Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quoted at 18>j@
20. \, Low Middling at 21@21J<c. Middling at 22c,
iud Strict Middling at 22>j@23c. ft ft.
On Wednesday the staple was active with a de?
cidedly advancing character, prices improving dur?
ing tho day 1 ?#20. fi ft. isles 950 hales, Ordinary
to Good Ordinary being quoted at 20@22c, Low
Middling at 22?@'-3c, Middling at 23?c and Strict
Middling at 2i@24?c. fi ft
Yesterday the market waa quiet and prices had a
lower tendency without quotable change. Sales 300
bale?, viz: 4 at 17?. 12 at 18, 35 at 19?, 19 at 20, 38
at 21,17 at 21?, 25 at 22,14 at 22?, 19 at 23J?, 28 at
23 ??> at 23?, and 33 at 24c. We quote:
^ LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.20 @L.
Strict Middling.24 @?l*
S.IsL'd. Upl'd. Rici.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1867. 182 JM 180
Received this week. 157 8754 jw
Received previously. 7084 187981 14422
7423 197545 14808
Exports- ?S. It'd. Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 100 8152 413
Previously. 6944 10524(1 113G1
C044 1V3308 M2J4 ttam.
Total exports and consumption.. 6044 173398 14274
Stock on hand KT. 1 on shipboard 1379 24147 534
SA> ITJIT. LAST YEAR.
& rid. UpVd. St?
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1SG6. 235 6300 ....
Received this week. 913 3514 j? 646
Received previously.12123 104329 8283
13271 113143 8829
Exporte- S. I 'rf Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 1051 3301 411
Previously. 9791 94291 0970
* 10842 97592 7381
Total exporte.10842 97592 7381
Stock on hand and on shipboard 2429 16561 1448
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Thc douiuud for t is quali?
ty of th" staple has bceu good, but the reduced
stock renders transactions limited, and wo note sales
of about 250 bales at firm and lull prices-among
tho lot sold have been, ot Floridas, 34 at 65, 12 at 70,
12 at 80c. ; of Sea Islands, 1 stained at 38,1 do. at 40,
9 at G5, 20 at 70, 2 at 80, 3 at 90c. fi lb. We quote
Floridas, common ijuality, 60@60c; medium, 65(51
75c; Hue, 8O@90c. and upwards for choice lots. Sea
Islands may Lequctod, say lor stained, 25@40c.;in
fetter, 55@65c.; fino, 80?$110; and extra Ano and
choice lots at $firstname.lastname@example.org 9 lb.
RICI'.-The receipt* of this grain have been light,
fay about 500J bushels of Carolina rough and 176
ti? recs of Carolina clean, the latter from George
town, S. C. The demand has been good and prices
steady, the trunsactioiic ol the week amounting to
about 600 tierces of clean Carolina, among which we
note the lollowing sales: 12n tcs.at9?c. ^ lb. ; 20
ataxic; 40at9?c; 62 at 10c.; 26atl0?c; 100 at
10 3-16C. ; 226 at 10)4'c. ; 37 at 10?c. and 22 at 10?c.
fi lb. We quote Common io Fair at 9?@10c. fi lb. ;
Good 10??ll??c.; and Good to Common Prime at
10?i@10?c. fl ll?. -
NAVAL STORES -The crop having nearly all
been sent to market the receipts are very light, say
about 350 bbls. Rosin. WP note sales of 1C0 bbl?, of
Ko. 2 Rosin at $2 60 fi ubi. The balance of the re
coipls were not placed on thc market. There havo
been no transactions in Spirits Turpentine.
HAY.-The arrivals have becu about 800 bales
from St. John's, (M. 13.) The demand has been quite
moderate, being confined to tho local trade. Somo
250 bales o Ed-tern were sold at public sale at S1.25
(?;$?.15 fi hun, red, and 800 bales from St. Johu's at
S1.30 fi hundred.
CORN.-Tho receipts havo been mostly of Tennes?
see and Georgia descriptions, by rail. Mixed Corn
ol' this quulity have been sold from the depot by the
car load at $1.28fol.32 \\ bushol, weight, sacks in
cludi d. The demand bas been somewhat lessened
by tho sale cf two cargoes, partly damaged, from
New Or?. aus, which 1 ir tho moment supplied thc
market. >ovav 10.000 bushels arrived from R^lti
ibOTd consigned to dealers for the local trade. We
note sales of this quality in a.lobbing way at $1.45 fl
bushol, bulk weight. We quote Mixed Tennessee
and Georgia hy thc car load from the depot at $1.28
91.33 fl bushel, weight, sacks included, and White
Tennessee and Georgia $email@example.com fi bushel, weight,
OAiS.-Tho dca i'CH huva receiv.ul about uuoo
L'.mhels from Baltimore, which came to meet the
local retail doman J.
FLOUR.-The stock of Sapors are light, and are
somewhat firmer in consequence, aud we quote this
quality at about SH.50 \\ bbl. Extras ore in good
supply, and may bo quoted at *12.50(?il3 fl bb!.; Or?
dinary Bainily may bc quoted at $13.50@14 fl bbl.'
and Extia Family ut $15^16 fl bbl.
TACON-Is in activo request, and all classes of
meat aro hold firmly. Prime meat is in moderato
supply, and may bc quoted at 14c for Shoulders;
16c. for Ribbed, and 10 ?c. fl lb. for Clear Ribbed
Sides, with an occasional small reduction on these
rates in largo transaction?. Bright second quality
meal in in active demand, but the market is bare.
Some Shoulders ol' this quality wer o sold during tho
week at 13c. fl lb., but may he quoted at 123?@T3c?
Cumberlauds aro bold at 14c. for unsmoked, and 15c.
fl rb. for smoked. Strips arc selling at 16c. fl lb.
tor prime. Bulk Shoulders may bo quoted at 13c,
and Bulk Sides at 15?c. fi lb. Sugar-cured flams
aro dull at 19@20c
SALT.-There have been received about 3700 sacks
direct from Liverpool Bolders, from store, ure ask
iug $firstname.lastname@example.org fl sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The demand continues quite
meliorate. Wu quote large lots at 21fo23 cent.-,
ca?ll, aud higher rates wheu told on tuna Kew
York bunny Cloth is held at 22fo24c. Dundee Bag?
ging, 44 inches, l-? lbs. to tho yard, is held at 30
fox? cents. Sea Island Bugging, 45 inches wide,
2 lbs. to thc yard, is held at 60fo05 ccu Ls.
ROPE.-In consequence of the UBI of Iron Ties,
thc demand for Ropo is very light and prices Irregu?
lar, uud somewhat nominal at quotations. Wc quote
Hemp at 8@12 cents fi lb.; Greenlea! at 12(a)13
c.?uh-, and Jute at 8?fo9 cents fi lb.
IRON BANDS AND TIES- for Cotton are coming
Ino use, and DILLON'S Universal Tic. WM. ROACH,
Agent, thc Arrow Tie, R. MDRE k Co., Agents, the
BKARD'8 Tie, GEORUK W. WILLIAMS & Co., Agents,
aud the WAILEY Bucklp Tie, STREET BHOTHEHS k
Co., Agents, and GOULD k MCINTIRE'M Tie, WILLIS k
CUISOLM, Agents, and the PASSMAN'S Tie, lt. M. BUT?
LER, Agent, ure offered in Otis market al 10fol0?
cents fi lb.
TIMBER AND LUV BER.-There is a mod. rate
st 'ck of thiB urticlo, and wc quote River Floo;
lug Lonnie nt $13 fl M.; !-cuntling uud Plan
?lufol2 fi M.; Timber of shipping and good Mil
qualities there id u limned supply on thc marke
and may be quoted at $11$ 12 fi M. Common in
selling ut $r>foi; fi M. ; and Cltv sawed Lumber ut
S20<?,-5 fi M.
FREIGHT?.-To Liverpool, ?d. on Uplands and
ld. on Sea Islands. To Havie nominal. To the
West Indies but little offering ut $7fo$8 gold,
fi M ou Lumber, lor north side of Cuba, ant
SOfQSlO fi M. gold, lor south side, with tho privi
lego of changing porte. Coastwise-To New York,
by steam, %c to lc. fi lb. on Uplands, and 1>JC.
on Sea Islands; SI.76 fi fierce on Rice. Bj
sail, ?c. fi ttl. on Uplands, und ?1 5Ufc.l 75 4"
I ?oreo on Rice. To Boatou by steam, - fl ,!..
.m Cotton and - fl tierce ou Rice; by s?ul y
C* ir,, ou Cotton. To Philadelphia. fi lb.
Upland Cotton, hy steam, and Jjc fi lb. by sail, in
Ualtunore, by steam, ??c. fi lb. on Cotton, and$l 75 V
tc. on Rice. The Baltimore and Charleston Steamship
Company take Cottou through to Cincinnati, ul
$1.50 fl 100 lbs.: Rico 65c. fi Kio lbs. To LOUIH
ville, Cotton, SI.70 fi 100 lbs.; Rico 75c. fi 100 lb?.
To St. Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fi 100 lbs.; Hice 8ie.
fi 100 lbs. These steamers take freight through to
Philadelphia. On Lumber, by sail, to New York.
Philadelphia uud Ualtiraore, at SU.vi r: M., and on
Timi er S!)@10 fi M. nominal.
EXCHANGE.-sterling bills-Tho rate yesterday
was 152,J? for sixty days' bilLs.
DOMES nc EXCHANGE.-Thc banks arc purchosluy
Slijlil CheeliH oil New York at;.?@ ? off. 'They are not
purchasing at present beyond sight bilte. They
arc Bellin;; Sight Checks at par.
GOLD.-Tho broiera were yesterday buying al
42 and sel lug al 43.
WILMINGTON March L-TURPENIINE-IS 5c
lii-hor, and -IsO bbls sold to-day at $3 30 for aoft and
$2 20 lor hat d, per 280 lbs. '
SPIRITS TurtPENTiNt-Market firmer, and the price
has advanced lc sales of io bbiu at C5c. and 52 do
ai DOO fl galli>n.
KosiN-salos of 713 bbls at S2 30B2 40 for strained
aud No 2, mid ?.! 60 for low No 1
TAH-Sales of 252 bbls at $2 30 ..er bbl.
COTTON-The market h firmer to-day under the
advices from abroad, aud prices have improved 2a3c
1 he sales are 187 bales at pri es raiding from 21 to
23c for mixed lots ut Ordinary lo Low Middling, and
23a24c lor Middling, and one loi ol 8 bales at 25c for
fiddling, the market clealng unsettled, with buynrs
ffering 23c, and lactors holding higher.
MOLASSES-The cargo of now crop just received
rom Cardenas is being landed, and is selling from
?harf at 45o46c in hhds, and -Wc fl galku iu tes, as
TTMBEII-Ten rafts changed hands at SC tor ordi
tary. $7 25a7 76 for fair, and $9 25 fi M for prime
New Orleans Maricct.
NEW ORLEANS, February 29.-COTTON-The
lales to-day amounted to 5U00 balee at irregular
irices, requiring only a slight modification in our
? uotat?ons, as follows: Ordinary at 17?ol8?c. Good
Jruinary ot 19?al9?c, Low Middling st 20?s20?c,
Middling at 21o21?c, aud Strict Middling at 21%
i22c. , _,
Notwithstanding the depressing tenor of the Liv
arpool accounts, tue market oponed with a fair in
ruiry, and a moderate business wan done in th?
?arly part of the dav at figures tending to iusido
rates, but subsequently an advance in gold and
foreign exchange, together with tho limited extent of
the supply offering, Imparted more tiru noss to
prices, and most ol the sales were ot tho above quo?
tations. Strict Good Ordinary was scarce and in rc
truest, and if white and even running, with fair
staple, would have commanded a unction more than
the outside figures forthat grade. There were orders
pending for Low Middling at 20c, which thc parties
were unable to fill. Middling was sold at 21c.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st, 1867.bales-15,256
Arrived to-day.* ?62
Arri. ed previously,..b09,8o6-513.018
Cleared to-day. 5,112
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 105,368
BALTIMORE, March 2.-COFFEE.-Rio advices
to the 8th ot February, received to-day per cable, re?
port o material advance in Coffee, and also a decline
in Exchange, stock of Coffee had been reduced to
3J.O00 bags; shipments to United States light. Ac.
dur mamet to-day was quiet, but holders in conse?
quence of the favorable tenor of the above advices
wore firm at higher prices.
COTTON.-Our nurketna* been again activo to-day,
sales roaching ?OOaJOO? bales, and at luither im?
proved prices. The present movement iu tho mar?
ket i- apparently independent of cahlu advice ?, which
wore even less favorsblo than on saturday. Inc.nded
in tho sales to-day were 131 ba:os Middling at 2llc;
104 do do22?c; 100 bales good style Low Middling
22c; 130 bair B'do 21 ?c; 115 do do 21.-.
J> LOUR.-Wc report sales of 2000 bbls Codorus Ex?
tra at $12, and 2000 bbls Mt Vernon do, understood
at same price; also SOO bblfl low grade City Milla t x
tra at $10 50. Quotatlona generally remain un?
GRAIN,-Whoit 1B in moderate receipt, offerings
to-day were almost entirely from Pennsylvania; mar?
ket unchanged; included in th- sales wero 3">0 Ju
mata white atS2 90; 140 bUBha fair $2 70; 1600 bushs
good fair Pennsylvania red $240; 1000 buslis good to
primo $2 60a2 f?6; 100 busba Southern $2 GO-no
primo to.itheru offered. Corn was in better receipt
thou for some time past, owing to tho arrivjl of sev?
eral cargoes irom ;he Chesapeake; otfciingH ropLTtcd
on 'Change were of white 21,00u bushs, and ol jrfemow
10,200 bushs. There was little or no competition on
tho part of buyers, and sales were small; wo rc;.ort
only 1000 bush* white in lots at $1 14; 1400 bu.-hb
yellow at $1 lOal 15, as to quality, and 6500 bushs
Western mixed toward tho close ot 'Chango at SI 12;
tho market closed unsettled, holder? askiug SI 14,
and buyers only offering $1 Kui 12, and, with this
difference, tho samples quite generally wore with?
drawn in anticipai ion of a bett-.r market to-morrow,
uais-To-d>y, 1460 bu^hs rece ved, small sales re
ported at 61a82c. Rye-350 bush? offered and sold
as follows: 100 bushs $1 65; 130 bushs $1 G8, and 125
bushs SI 73.
.MOLASSES-Wo hear of no sales to-day; inq ?irv
light, but quotations nominally unchanged.
PROVISIONS-The demand tor Bacon was excellent
to-day; orders ?vere more numeious than on S'a1 ur
day. Wo repot t Bales In lot- ol' 200 casks, including
Shoulders at 19? cte; Bib Sides 14? cts; clear Riu
15 cts. Baltimoro Sugar-Cured Hams 18a20 cts, lat?
ter for canvassed. Wc heard of no transactions in
i ulk Meats; offerings light und holders very arm at
rub former quotations. Mess fork quiet; quote held
ut $26 50 for new. Lard ia firmer; lu?; cte was offer?
ed and refused to-day for 100 ICB. Wc report jobbing
lots nt 17 cts fi lb.
RrcE-Market tor Corolina is firm, but not active.
Woauotegood to choice ll !"'uil? cts for Invoices;
jobbing lots .'.ic higher.
Sew York Market.
MON EV HARKET.
Tho New York Evening Post ol Monday, March
The loan market is working ossie r. 1 he rate on
call ls 6 per cent, w.tu more doing at 5. The dis?
count demand is don and without much improve?
ment. Few chote ..ills arc lo be Iud. The nominal
rate is 6?o7><
NEW YORK, March ?-FLOOR, .Vc -'tho m?r?
tet for western Sud slate ?uur I? Sal e. lower ou
thc low Olid m. ilium crade*. I hu diuai d Lu banu
. n.y a oderute, and confined moetij litt tin: home
trade, though we notice soinu imp:, e.. ?or inferior
grudos for export.
The sales are 4200 bbls at i.tr.) toi superfiuo
Slate; $9 OOalO 20 mr extra M?toj jaU2utl0 70 for
louey do; $9 20a9 75 for Ute k?w grados ol Western
extra; 51015ol0 75 lol good ?..choice .-y.nug Wheat
extras; $10 25 all 9" tot ...inn?, ou und limo extras;
$9 70ol0 40 for ship,.ni;, niuo; .Jo bull tor .ladeanU
t.unity brands; $105o^i- 20 .< r .mo. i Ainu r Whet
extra Indiuua and Mielm'-- %i- ICM,VI 25 lor
whi.e Wheat do do., uud $12 OOo.ii t. Louis
and doublo extra.
California Hom- is iuaclivc and heavy, sales oi loo
socks at $12 Lulu 75.
Southern flour is ?olOc lower, and is heavy.
Sales of 880 bbls at $8 90o$10 80 ior ordinary to
good extra Kal (amore and country; Sid 00014.50 for
cifra and family Georgia and Virginia, and coi ;;?J.I
$15 for extra and family Marj hun aud Delaware.
Oats ore lowor and lu fdr demand at the conces?
sion. The eal-s are 3U,<iuj bush Ohio ami Western
at 80c In store.
Com is pressed for aal.-, and ia 2o3c lower, i he in
qu.ry ls modctate at ibo concession-u.uiu.y tor tho
Tho sales aro i.'i.uoo lush new Western mixed at
$1 17al 20 delivered; old do tl leal 2u in store. Si 21
delivered; Jersey yellow ut ?12 ,ai 24,which is scarce;
southern white ut ?115ul 17; t-lruw colored and iv hite
Tenn' Bsce at $112ul IC?.
CoFFfE-Thc trade has b.en well supplied by lite
recent liberal purchasea, and we Hud hut Milo dis?
position to operate. Boldi rs arc firm.
HAT-The demand i - mod?late-prices ?ire heavy
at $lal 10 for shipping, uud $1 25al 40 Mr t e ail loto.
PROVISIONS-Pork ls very dull, und in the ao^ell. c
ol' business pnces nominal at $23 12? for old mess,
and $24 56?a24 63? tor now do.
For futuro delivery wo note 250 bbls new mess
seller April, ut $2175.
Beef unchanged. Wo quote at 80al3 for common
brands; $14alo 5n for ploiu meas, aud $19a2l 50 for
Tiorco Beef is quiet. Sales of 30 les at 548 for lu?
Beef hams are firmer, hut HOI active. Salci of 50
bbls ot $35.
Cut meats remain B'cady, anJ have lineo fuirly
active, sales of 200 tierces heavy pickled ham- ut
Bacon is quiet aud nomina ly unchanged.
Dressed hogs are firmer. Wc quote at ll' .'c for
western aud 12c for city.
Lard is q.iict bul firmly hold.
Sales of 350 bbls aud ten at 16?ul5L;e lor No 1 ; 10:i
lG?c for city; 16alC>4c lor lair to primo steam, and
ic?c for kettle rou tercd.
BICE-la quiet. Small Bales of Carolina at Hu
MIOARS-Raw Sugars are duli, uud prices nominal
otH2?ul2?c for fair lo good refining, 'the arrivals
are larger and tho supply increasing. Refined are in
moderato demand and steady.
WHISKEY-Tho market is du'l and prices nominal.
Comparative Export* of Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleston.
oilier British Poris.
Total to Great Britain...
uther i ronch Ports,
Total to France_
Total North of Europe.
outh of Europe.
.Vest Indies, ic.
Total Foreign Purls_
Rhode leland,, '?'.
Baltimore and'' 'iii
lither United Si: h's Porta.
Total to Coastwise Port*.
Consignees pci-South Carolina Ituliroau,
IU arc h r?.
981 balcM Cotton, 99 bales Domestica, 3357 bags
iraiu, 100 bags cotton Seed, 3 ea: s old hon, io ears
lYood and Lumber. A-e. i*? Stenhouse k Co, F ll
'iordon, PMuLkai, E J Dawson k < o, Weat k Jone?,
toilrofid Agent, J w Bp rogue k Bro, M UoldtonlUi j?
iou, J N Rob-on, Street Bros .V Co, JUL Moan, G
/O, tl Xv 1-riUglC, jouumuu, ^itns ?. i-u, u a. i v
iirkpatrick, lt Austcu, J Cnmpscu A- Co, li Salas, M
itoren A: Co, Col Huut. H Bischoff k Co, W K Ryan,
: N Aver?l, G W Witte, O Reeder. Mrs E C Miller,
lowry k Co, L 1 Potter, Rev W s Lee. Bollinutm
Iros, Mrs Kendrick, G S Hacker, H E Grainger, E
Veiling, Dtsey ft Kcuyou.
t?xpoits of Rice, Nava: Stores ana Lam?
ber from the Port of Charleston, ixttux
September 1,1867, to Mai eli 5, lHbS
Hartford, Conn .. .\
Wilmington, H. C..
Majorca k a Market
Ila rac oa.
Sagua La Grande...
st. Jaco de Cuba...
St Johns, N H...
N. STOP.ES. I LUM?... ,
11,838 I . 28,503| 6,393,028
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BA GOING, ty vard
Dundee. 30 fa) 66
Gunny Cloth. 21 <g> 23
BALE ROVE, ty lb-Manilla. 24 fa) 25
Western. 08 fa) V?%
New York. - Ot -
Ju c.I 09
8READ, ty rb
Navy. 7@ J
Pilot. 9 ?) ll
Cracker*. 1'- @ 15
BRICKS, BM. 0."0 ?20.00
BRAN, tl 100 lbs. 33 fa) -
COTTON, ty lb
Ordinary to Good Ovdinary.; 20 fa? 2/
Low Middling. 22>iSj> 23
MiddRn'g to Strict Middling. 23^<gi 24)i
Good Middling. - Ob -
Sea Island. 35 Cv 1.50
CA NDLES, ty lb-sperm. 2H Qs -
Adamantine. 22 (ai. 23
TaUow. W fa) 20
Ctib'FEL, ,' lb-Rio. 20 @ 20
Lagoayra . 2fl f 35
Jan.., .. . 36 ? 40
COItDAO'h', lb-Manilla. - @ -
Tanv.t Anieriean. 20 fa) 28
CORN M LAL, 9 bbl. 6.00 (?y. -
COAL, ron-Anthracite. - ?ti -
COPI Ell. ?rt lb-Sheet. 68 <S? 60
Wando i'o'fl Ammon'd Sol Phos. 65.00 @ -
Pot.-.lu 1'er?lizer..>..-. 60.00 fa) -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 fa) -
Bono Flour. 65.00 @ -
Doublo Relined Foudrctte. 30.00 fa) -
Nil s'Phosphate. 63.00 @ - ..?
Peruvian Guano, ty ton. 100.00 (g) -
Pacific Guana, ty 2000 lbs. 75.00 to) -
Phoenix Guano. 06.00 Coi -
Baugh's Phosphate, ty 2000 Itu... Co.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ty 2000 lb*... ?5.00 (g) -
,Manes'Super Phosphate.fr 20)0 lb 65.00 % -
Zcli's Raw Bono Phosphate. 65.<i0 fa) -
Zell's Super Phosphatoof Lime.. 65.00 fa) -
Woolston'* Phosphate of Linn:..- O?.O'J @ 110
FISH- Cod, fr 100 lbs. 7.00 (a) 9.60
Herring, fr box. 40 fa) 00
Mackerel, No. 1, fr bsil bbl.10.5.1 $11.
Mackerel, No. 2, fr l ab* bbl. !?. (? -
Mackerel, No. 3, fr bbl. - @ -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kihi.75- fa) -
No. 3.i - fal -
No. ?I. - 03
Sardines, fr 100-quari. t u<\\23 (ai 25
.lan IwxesI 48 fa) no
FLOUR, ty bbl-Supe. .11.00 915.60
Northern and Western Extra. 13.00 (m -
Bultiinoro Extra.113.01) fa) -
r'?/7/T.V-l'runcs, fr tb. 22 @ -
Fh?. 10 fal -
Dried Apples. - Oh -
Almonds, suit shell. 35 fa) 10
Raisins, M. lt., fr box. 4.00 fa) 5.00
Raisins, Layer.'.. 6.00 fa! 5.60
Oranges. - @ -
Lomon?, fr box.16.00 (?17,00
. .LASS', ty box ol 60 met
Amoricau, HxlO. 5.50 fa) 6.00
American, 10x12. (?.00 (o) 6.50
Fruooh. 14x14. 7.00 (u) 8.OH
.'.'RA/N-Maryland Oats, *fl bushel.| - fe.) -
Western Oats, ? bushel. - fg -
cora, ft bushel.4| 1.28 (?I 1.45
Beans,bushel.I 2.00 u 3.00
.Lil'. fr cwt,-North River.I - fal -
Eastern.I 1.25 (a) 1.35
HIDES-Dry, ty lb.I 10 HS 12
INDIGO-ty lb. 1.00 Cat 1.75
ISON-Relined, fr Vi.| 06?i(a) 0C
Swede.I 08 foi 09
LATHS, fr M. 4.CO (ii 4.00
/,/.?/?'-Shell, fr bbl. - (?8 -
South Carolina, lu bbls.| 1.60 foi -
Kockport, in bulk.I 1.25 td) -
Cement.| 2.76 foi 3.00
Plaster Paris. ! 4.00 fe) 4.60
i. O M HER, ty M. teel- !
Clear Wliito l'iuo, 1st quality.J50.00 ?&55.00
While Pine, good run.38.C0 (U.10.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 fe; 25.00
Boards, ft M. ?oct-Rough.12.00 (?16.00
Grooved and Tougned_ 28.00 ?32.00
t.EATUElL country tanned, fr lb. - fa) -
MOLASSES, ty yallon-Cuba. 45 @ 50
Uuaeovado....!. 55 fa) 65
Suyar House., . 50 fee 1.00
Now Orleans. 75 (a? 82
NAVAL STORES, ty bbl-Tar.... - fyi -
Pitch.I - (a) -
lii.siu, Palo. - (ai -
Rosin, No. 1. - & -
Dosin, No. 2. - fy) -
llosin. No. 3. - -
M> r.tr. T.triiDuii?u, "i? galli.u. - @ -
? Uiinn. ii lb .. . Ki ut -
Vy|/?.S'-Amenean. 4(ii20d, fr keg.. 5.60 f.? 7.00
American Wrought.... - & -
. Lutbiug.j 7.50 (rjtlO.OO
Copper, V lb. 1.00 Oh -
Galvanize,!.. no ou -
spikes. 12 (n) 15
"I LS-Taird, '?i gallon. 1.35 (c) 1.10
Unseed, ty gallon. 1.20 (?> 1.30
?Sperm, Wiuler, ty gallon. 3.75 (?j) 3.n0
Cotton Seed, H gallon. - og - \
Castor (E. 1.1, V gallon. 3.00 ht? -
Olive, f! dozen.i 8.00 fa?10.ild |
Kerosene, fl gallon.j 52 to; 51
benzine, il Ballon.I 60 foi -
PRO VISIONS-?OOt, moss, fr bbl.|24.00 i.e-it?.iJj
Reel', primo.IM.OO ra;15.00
Pork, mess.123.00 (020.00
Rump. - (ni -
bacon, lian i H, ty ll. 10 itt) 201 ;
Bacon, hide.-. 10 Oj lt?'
Bacon, Shoulders. H (m -
Hucou, Strips. 10 (u) -
Lard, in keg. - (al -
Butter. 40 fa) 6<i
Cheese. 15 fa) 80
Potatoes, ty bb!. 4.00 ff 6.00
Onions.! 0.00 ?ii -
Apples.I 6.00 (ai 8.OH
PAINTS-White Lead, ty lb. 10 fu> 1?
Blarl: Load.| ID fa) 12
Zinc, White.! 12 fa) 16
PLO W STEEL, ty lb 12 Ot -
RIVE- Carolina, ty Hi. S)yt<gx 10
East India. - (a) -v
SLATES-Amarina, ty square.12.50 iii - *
SHINGLES, ty M. 7.00 Of) 8.UJ
White Pine, tirtit quality.12.00 OS? -
SALT-'Liverpool,coane, ty sack., l.to n i.aj
Liverpool, Ono. - fui -
SOAP-Bat, ty Bl. ll (a) 15
STARCH, ty lb. 10 fa) 12
SPICES, ty tb-Cassia. 1.00 (a. -
Moco. 1.75 Ou -
Cloves. 75 Ot)
Nutmegs. 2.00 fi 2.5C
Pepper. 40 y -
Pimento. ... 40 (<> fit
Race Uin^er. 30 f.u -
SPIRITS, ty gallon-Alcohol. 5.Ot) foi 0.1)1.
Urandy, Cognac. I i.OD @12.0fi
Brandy, Domestic. a.od f... :i.7?,
Giu, Holland. 1.75 ?? 6.ii:'
Gin, American. a.5u >.? ?1.76
tann, Jamaica. 5.uti (. c.wi
Bom, N. E.j 3.50 (to tl.oh
Whiskey, Uourbi.n. J.ou in, 5.WI
Whiskey, Recliuod. 2.30 foi 2. Ul
SUGAR, ty Hi-Raw. W fa. l i
Crushed. LH im \>y
Clari li ed A. 17 ks lil
Clarified ll. 17 fr* 1.4
Claritii-dO. '.. 1C.'.>. li
I.oal. IS ia- Vt
Porto Ruo.j ll f.?: l i
Muscovai1 ' .I 13 foi ls
BEGAUS-D?in'ic inanu'ture,ty M. 18.on LI t5.oi
TRAS, ty tb-Imperial. 2.00 (?<? 2.53
Gunpowder. 3.on tit 2.50
H.VM.u. 1.6n (ii l.ttii
Young Hyson. LOU (?y l.BH
Black. Lim (J) 1.75
rOIIAOCO, ty lb. us pi i quality_ ni tn l.?i
TIM ll ER- ii e v/u Timber-Y. line.. 4.08 f..i2.ui
AHII. - itt;
Poplar. . fer
T/.\-i g Uoofiog Plate. 15.Oo w -
I X Kooline Plate.il7.<MI fa.
I C Tin Plan," 10x14. 15.511 M --
i XTin Plate. 3x11. I7.un <? -
I C lin Plate, 11x20. 16.50 (?ii -
Block Tin, ty lb.;. 40 OT) -
TtrfNE-CutUm, ty lb. 75 (t> -
Baliug...'. 45 UL
Hcinr. 45 f,;l -
Jute. 50 fa,
VARNISH-Bright, ty. gallon. 25 f/?
Parallno. - fa
VINEGAR- Whito Wiuc, ty gullon. 60 fa:
Cider.I 30 (a
French. 1.00 to' 1.23
IFLVfii ty gallon-Port. 2.50 OJ 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 fol 5.00
Blierry. 2.25 un y.uii
Claret, ty case. 5.00 fij.l3.?:o
Champagne, ty basket.25.Uo fij.3o.lu
.no?e r??a S?ocU MarKet-tinotatlon. ot
no.,,1?. Stock, ana Bank Billi, for
U . ( k ending Marci. 5 1868.
ANDREW M. MORELAND
Brok rr, No. 8 Broad St., Charlton, S. C.
SOUTHERN BANE BILLS.
D , , Current Estes.
Baila, os Camden. 15(3)0:)
Bank nf Charleston.?.!'.Qo@Qi
Bank of Chester..""oocgjuo
Bank nf Georgetown.<Wq:05
Bank of Hamburg.12@U0
Bank of Newberry.28@00
Bank of South Carolina.10@00
Bank of State of S. Carotina, prior to 1801.06@00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan., 'Cl. .01(5)00
Co m ir crcial Bank. Columbia.01(5)00
Eschango Bank, Columbia.09@00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.04@u0
People's Bank, Charleston.38@00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.03@00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston_18@19
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.28@00
State Bank, Charleston.01@00
Union Bank, Charleston.80@00
City of Charleston Change Hills.9i?(g;00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.83ia)00
HONDS, STOCK AN1> COUPONS.
Geor.jia State Coupons.00(g00
Georgia State Bond Sovou Por Cent (old).OOfalOO
Georgia State Rond Seven Per Cent, (now).00@00
Memphis Coupons, City.38?oo
Mortphis Bouds, City.38@40
City of Columbia Bonds.30(3)32
City of Columbia Coupons.25@00
South Carolina Railroad and Honk Stock.30(gj00
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.. 53(g) 54
bouih Carolina Railroad Soven Per Cont. R'dH.CO?iOO
Souih Carolina R. R.Certi?cate o? Ind'dnosa. ..S0@00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.32^33
City of Charleston Certificate of Ihdebteduess.gfK?JOO
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds*..45@00
Stataof South Carolina Bonds (old).34(gi00
State of South Carolina Ronds (new issue, of
Jauuary 1, 1807).32@00
Stale of South Carolina stock.30@00
Stale ol South Carolina Coupons.30(g)00
People's NuHonal Bank Stock.87(u)00
Fir it Nutiouul Rank stock.90(*UO
N01 thcastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.68(<i)00
No theaetorn Ra?road 1st Coupons (past duc).,45@00
No th-iotem R.R. Certilicato ol Indebtedness. 38(g>40
Chi.rlcston Gas Company stock.,.12)<i(g)13
Chi a-lcston City Kailway Stock. Par.
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
Cbirlestou and Savannah Railroad Bonds (lRt
iuterostof 2d hem.00@00
City of Savannah Bonds.07(gt00
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to
1st Jun?, I860).M@92
Cit y of Savannah Coupons iduo after 1st June,
Memphis a:ul Charleston Railroad Bonds.78(0,00
Mi niphi-s and Charleston Railroad Coupons.. .93@0D
stoney Orin 3? 2>i per cunt, a month on tl rat-class
iny information m relation to Bonds, Stocks,
Ccuponsj or Rank Billa, will bc furnished by ap
plxatlon, either in person ol by letter, to tho Broker
above named, at No. :) Brood-street.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, via Beau
fan oud BlufTton-T Drake, Miss Matilda Drake,
Miss clara Drake, J D Matheson, W J Coolbaugh
ai d wife, C Roope, T Z Riiuy, Dr W H Anderson, E
Anderson, Col J J Stoney, G G Landgridge. Capt J
E ng and wilo, J L Crowd], Mrs J R Johnston, J D
B M. O Waterhouse, Dr O W Kres-el, W H Trescolt,
2 Masters Harrison, H H Puttoc, and 14 deck.
.Port ot' CiiarleHton, JYIstrcli 6.
Steamship Promcthous, Harris, Baltimore-loft -
inst. Bacon, Corn, Oats, fcc. 'lo.lao k Thoo Getty,
Failroad agenta, J D Aiken A Co, Bollmann Bros,
T A Beamish, J Binns, H Lisi bott k Co, R k A P
( aldwcll, H Cobla k Co, J Campaon k Co, Douglas k
Miller, Dowlc ft Muse, B Feldman, Goodrich, Wioe
uau *t Co, U Gerdts A: Cn. J U Gravel, Je ll ords it
Co, J4 JO liirkjairick, li Klattc A; Co, Laurey it
Alexander, A McL, Mo. nt Pleasant Ferry Boot, N E
">ailruad. Mowry fc Co, ll O'Neill, Oslendorff k Co,
: Jr N A Pratt, E H Rodgers k Co, Ravened 4: Boru
veli, stenhouse. A: Co, Street Uros k Co, W L Webb,
Order, aud other?.
ship Hope, Hancock, Liverpool-87 days. Salt,
l o W B Smith ii Co. Feb 15, lat 25.4U, lon 4">.45,
passed thc wreck of tt btig of about 20U to 250 tons,
ull of water, maui deck uud'-r water, bowsprit and
loth mosts goue a tc..' lect above dock, half poop
leek and short topgallant, forecastle round, an eim?
ile stem, bulwarks painted sea-green outside; name
m stern, hut under water most of thc time, and so
covered willi barnacles ?hat it could not bo made out
distinctly, but called it Alice Gray; had apparently
been s.mu mouths in that condition. Passed very
close to ber but did. not board.
Brig John Pierce. Bliss, C?rdena-*-G days. Mo?
lasses. Xo -I A Euslow & Co. 'I ho John Ploren bas
experienced heavy NW gale.-. In lb? Gulf, on the
3<l inst, passed thc nebr Ki icu Mal thowsou, from Car
donas luv Philadelphia.
sehr C E l'aide, Doughty, Baltimore-7 days.
Com, Oats and Mdse, io street Brothers k co,
Wugcner, Heath & Mounce*, It O'Neill, G U Linstedt, j
1: Peldinuu, J U Reuueker, J A Quackcnbush, Stcn
house k Co, J W sprague ft bro. J N Teiduman, H
Bulwinklo, J C H cluusseii, West k Drown, Kelp k
Lulicnthal, J Campseu k Co, P P Locke, C N Ave
rill ft Son, J N Robson. The Paige has experienced
heavy gales on tho passage.
Sehr Auu S Deas, from West Point Mill. 81 bbls
Rice. To Ravcuel 4: Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNeil y, Savannah, via Beau
fort. Union Read, AX. 1 bale Cotton, 121 bags Cot?
ton Seed, 100 bags Or. uuduuis, Ice. To J Ferguson,
J R Denni', W W Burns; R M Marshall, L T Potter,
W H Harrison. Hollinan B;o.i, O Hamilton, Southern
Express Co, Monett ft Boyle, W Krc?scll, and Order.
Steamsh p Kc.. West, Rudolf, New York-Courtenay
Sehr s J Wariin.', Smith, Boston-W Roach.
steamship Key We-t, Rudolf, New Yoik.
Brig Henry Laurens, Chandler, Georgetown, S C.
From tills Port.
Steonisbip Columbia, Van Sice, New York, Feb 29.
LIST UP SHIPPING
In thc Port ot' Charleston, March 5,1S08.
VTUeCKLS UNDKlt 100 TONS, AND 3TEASIEHS COASTrNO
WITHIN TUE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1337 tons. Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loa dug-James Adeer A- Co.
Monoka, 549 tons, Shackford, at Atlantic wharf, for
New York, loading-Jun ft Theo Getty.
Matanzas, 12C1 tons, Ryder, at Vai,deihorst's wharf,
for New York, loadinx-r-BavcDOl lt Co.
Miami, 1054 tons, McLaughlin, tit Boyce k Co's
wharf for New York, loading-Jno A: Theo Getty.
Marmion. - tons. 1'uircloth, at Boyce & Co's wharf.
Now York, loading-Courtenay A Trcuholm.for
Prometheus. - tous, Harris, at Union woori, from
Baltimore, di SC barging-.Ino ft Thoo Getty.
Magdala (B ), 707 tons. Coghill, in the Stream, for
Liverpool, nady-I! Mure ft Co.
James A Wilgin, 1273 toa-*. Morse, at Vandcr
borst's Wharf, lor Liverpool, loading-Street
Bros A: Co.
Calcutta. 813 tous, Moses, a'. Atlantic wharf, for Liv
crpool, loading-Patterson A: stock.
R O Winthrop, 'J 11 tons, Stuart, ut Allaiiuc wharf,
for Liverpool, loadlu-*-Patterson ft Stock.
Missouri, 821 tous, Edwards, nt Atlantic wharf, fur
Rosten, loading-W B Smith ti Co.
Gorilla (Bri, 756 tons, Jones, ul Boyeo .\: Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loadbig-R Mure ft Co.
Han nub Morris (Ur), 1 Dill tons. Morns, at Atlante
whorl, for Liverpool, loading-Willis fc Cl)Holm.
Graham's Potter, 7.VJ tous, Burgos, at .ulaut lc wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Patterson k stock
Kate Troop ?Br). 747 tons. Crocker, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Willis ft rhisomi.
Sedbergh (Br). Kneolc, ut Atlantic wharf, from Liv
crpool, discharging-Patterson ft Stock.
Southern Bights, 982 tonn, Williams, at Union wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W Roach.
Hope, - tons, Hancock, iu thu Streunt, from Liver?
pool, just arrived-'.V II Smith k Co
Nordbocn (Nor), 403 tons, llu.-euseu, at I uiou wharf,
for Liverpool, loadiu^- lt I Walker.
Helen S aids. 563 ions. Olis, at Brown fc Co's wharf,
fur Liverpool, loading-Street I ros A; Co.
Sitka, 809 tone, Thump-mi. ::t Brown ft CO'S wiiorl,
lor Liverpool, loading.l.'Msy ft Creighton
Rd-uliiid (Hr). - Inn-, iu ?ie st nfl Ul, iroin Havana,
just arrived-J A Knsii.v. ft Co.
Times (Bi l, 102 lons, Morgan, al Union whur?, from
Carde": e. waiting-J A Knslow ft Co.
Sola (Dan), 132 tons. Anderson, in the Stroam,
tor Liverpool, 1 cady-A 0 Stouu.
Cyclone. 222 tons, Friable, ?ii Control wharf, for Bos
! ' ton, loading-Ruslcy v Creighton.
Estevan (Ur), BIO i^ns, Morgm). ai Central whurf,
from Cardenas, repairing-U F Baker i Co.
Maggie Vail (Ur), I*' tons, Agnew, ut Brown ft Co's
whirl', from St John's. N B, discharging-R
Mure .v Co.
Victoria (Spouj. 2P3 tons, XivHlcr, at Brown 4 co's
wharf, tor : ar dona, loading- W P Hall.
Fortuna (Span), :'tr? lou.*, Lionas, at Brown ic Co's
wharf, Mr Karo lona, loading- W P Hall.
Isabella Ueiirmatltl. 210 tous. H ru wu, nt Atbli?c
wharf, from Sauna la Grande, to be repaired -
l.isley ft I ndgliU. 1.
AltavcIa(Br), 159 tons, at Kerr's wharf, I rora Mat 1
zas. dischorgiug- Uialcj ft Creighton.
John Pierce, -- ton ., Bliss, ut Ken's whait, from
C?rdenas, dipelmrgin^-1 A Hiisluw ft Co.
Harlslcnc tU-masted), (?ai iona. Horn, at Kerr's
wharf, for Urtvrc* loading-ltishy & Creigh ton.
Chiloe, 210 tons, Hatch, at Kerr's wharf, from New
Orleans, repairing-J Entuow ft Co.
Express, 2H?I tons, S111RI1, ul Union wharf, fruin New
OrleaiiM, waiting-J A Euslow ,v t'o.
S J Waring. 311 tons, smith, at Adger's wharf, for
Boston, loading-W Roach.
Young Teaser, HU tons. Burger, at Marshall's
wharf, tur New Vurk, loading-street Bros ft Co.
Serene, - tons. Jones, at Ken's wharf, for Now 1 r
lean*, loading-Risley ft Creighton.
N W Smith, 2i*0 tuns, Tooker, at Adger's whorl', for
Now York, loaoing-?W Roach.
W S Doogtateu, 111 toni. Ta tom, ut Fairchild's wharf,
for Providence, loading-L T I'otter.
Charle-; 1 : Paige. - tons. Uoughty, at Brown ft Co's
wharf, iroiu Baltimore, discharging-Street Bros I
ft Co. i Po
lOfltljing ?n^/urHising ?oofa.
?IHE ATTENTION OP OUR CUSTOM?
ERS AND THE PUBLtO IS INVITED TO OUR
STOCK OF CLOTHING,
Trieb, we have replenished with GARMENTS OF
UR OWN MANUFAC11'RF, and aro offering them
; PRICES SUITED TO '.CHE DEPRESSED STATE
F THE MARKET.
We havo also received an invoice of
Gentlemen's Itooishi?g Goods,
a SCARFS, . TIES,
: SHIRTS; AND COLLARS,
OF NEW AND HANDSOME STYLES.
MULLAH, WILLIAMS & PARKER,
No. 970 KING,
CORNEE OF HASEL-STEEET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
PACIFIC GUANO-BAUGH'S RAW BONE PHOS?
PHATE, R ? ES l-.'S FLOUR OF BONE-PHG3NTX
JS^NOrr.t"vcry '"i0 anolyzcd b v Professor SHEP?
ARD, of tho south Carolina Medical College on
irrival here-thus giving tho planter the guarantee
il Its purity imd quality. Tho analysis can be seen
it my office. The following are extracta :
"PACIFIC GUANO.-This cargo is fully up to the
ivorago of former analysis, and has my hearty reeom
nendation. C. U. .SHEPARD."
"BAUGH'S BAW BONK PHOSPHATE.-I have no
?esiUUon ia stating that in my opinion the present
:argo is superior to that of last year.
_ C. U. SHEPARD."
"BEESE'ri FLOUR OF BONE.-The analysis showa
ts oustomary purity and excellence.
_ CU. SHEPARD."
"PHONTX GUANO.-This cargo ia up to the aver
ige of last year. C. U. SHEPARD."
For sale by J. N. ROBSON,
Nos. I and 2 Atlantic Wharf.
AS A FERTILIZER?
pEB TON OF 2240 POUNDS (IN BARRELS OR *
?HDS.), delivered at any,of the Railroad Depots or
vharves lu the city, at $14 per ton.
OLNEY A CO.,
Nos. ll and 13 Vendue Range,
And next Savannah Railroad Wharf,
March 2 mwflmo Charleston, S. c.
ir wii COMPANY,
OF - ^
CHARLESTON, S. C.,
IS PREPARED TO FURNISH
FARMERS AND PLANTERS
COMBINING IN THE HIGHEST DEGREE THE
requisites for the larcest yield of Cotton and
Corn. Our friends who have tried this FERTILI?
ZER give their unqualified testimony of ita com?
plete success in largely increasing tbs yield tf their
:rops. Where the application was double^, the in
jrease of yield was fully as great, and we >^ie assured
that it has proved for cotton
PLANTERS WELL FLSD IT ADVANTAGEOUS TO
svork less around, to cultivate core thoroughly, and
to apply liberally a prepararon such aa the above.
FERTILIZES S 1
ARE MADE UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF
Dr. St JULIES R AVENEL. Chemist,
WHOSE REPUTATION AND SKILL ENSURE A
reliable article We have no hesitation in stating
that in onr STANDARD MANURE the public have a
FERTILIZER which will give the most satisfactory
results. WE CLAIM THAT AT THE SAME COST
PER ACRE, THIS ARTICLE WILL DO BETTER
THAN PERUVIAN GUANO, our Hienda wrliing
that Guano loses ita effect upon the plant generally
ibout tho beginning of September, and thia snsUin
bR the plant in a green and healthy condition until
Lilied by frost. Directions for use sent with ship?
ments. Price $66 per ton of 2000 pounds.
A SUPERIOR AUX IC LE
PURE BONE FLOUR
ALWAYS ON RAND,
$65 PER M OF 2000 POLXDS.
WM. C. DUKES & C0., Ag'fa.
february 17 ._
SUPER-PHOSPHATE OF LIKE
RECEIVED THE HIOHEST PREMIUM
A WARDED TO PERT IL Li. E R S
AT THE FAIR OF THE
II 1? LD AT N KW YORK? OCTOBER, 1867.
'IIHE EXAMINING COMMITTEE ON FERTIU
L ZERS at this Fair reported us loUows: "iyntry
No.298-Fi'.TUILIZEliS manufactured hythe Map?s'
iupor-Pboepbale of Lime and Guano Company are
leddedly tlrst in order of merit. The 'IM ?ROV ED
?UPER-PHOSPHATE ia the brat arUclo of its class
mown to thc judges, whilo thc NITRGGENTZED IS
illly equal to tho best i auufactureJ. The -. Fertih
icis are culi tied to a first premiuir,, as they are lar
nporior to ail others in tho Exhibition."
Analysis ol Mapos' Nitro.ieui^ed ?uper-Phospha.o
if Limo, exhibited at thc American Institute Fair in
tow York. Octooer 22d, 1857, made r.l the direction
f thc Committee on Fert'ufzors:
'hosphorio Acid, soluble Moisture expeheJ at Jil?
in water.6.89 degrees....-.?.56
>ho*pliork Acid, in- SsndandSilica.......6.67
soluble in wat*r...9.C5 Nitrogenous Organic
."," ...20.10 Matter.30.01
Tilt.lmrtc Acid' .. 14.83 (Yieldiu^ Ammonia, 2.02)
Tlio soluble Phosphoric Acid is equivalent to
I.3S per ceut. of Hi-Phosphate ol Lime.
H. W. KINSMAN,
AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
February 22 34 No. VJ East Bay.
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u-Young Men. on Physiological Errors, Abuses and
incases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
hieb create impediment* to MARRIAGE, with sure
cans of relic?. Sent in sealed letter envelopes free
: charge. Address Dr. J. sKILLIN HOUGHTON,
fiward Association, Philadelphia. Pa.
January 31_,-3moa .
??TA FACT WORTH KNOWING.-THE
st investment for an invalid, who suffers from
Milty or loss of appetite, is a bottle of PAS*.
i's Hepatic Bitters, as it will be sure to give relief,
r sale by all Druggists. 1