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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
The Money Market.
TUCRSDAY, January 20.
There has been but little change in the tone of
the market. Money continues tight, and the de?
mand for securities ls limited.
BOOTHERN B.vxK BILLS. Current Rates.
Bank of Camden. Co?
Bank of Charleston. par.
Bank of Chester. 15?
Braak of Georgetown. 20?
Bank of Hamburg. 07?
Bank of Newberry. par.
Bank of South Carolina. 12?
Baak of State of South Carolina,
prior to 1S61. 50? 55
Bank of State of South Carolina,
after January l. 1SG1. 20?
Commercial Bank, Columbia. 03? OJ
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 15? 20
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, "
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 08?
People's Bank, Charleston. par.
Planters' Bank of Ftttrflehl. OS?
Planters* and Mechanics' Bank,
Southwestern It a 11 r o a d Bank,
Charleston (old). 95?
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston mew). 95?
State Bank, Charleston......- 09?
Union Bank, Charleston. par.
City of Charleston Change Bilis. par.
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
BONDS, STOCKS AND COUTONS.
City of Columbia Bonds. 68? 70
City of Columbia Coupons. 68? 70
South Carolina Railroad and Bank
Stock (whole shares). 38 50? 38 75
South Carolina Railroad (half shares) 18 00? 19 00
Sooth Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent
Bonds. 77 00?
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Ronds. 80?
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. par.
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 55 00?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.. 75?
State of Souttr Carolina Bonds (old). st?
State of SoutPCuroliua Bonds (new
issue of January 1, 1867). SO?
State of South Carolina Bonds (issued
for Bank of the State bills). SO?
State of South Carolina Stock. 72? 75
State of South Carolina Coupons
(fondable). 78? 80
People's National Bank Stock.102 50?
First National Bank Stock.115 oo?
Union Bank Stock. 7 50? 8 00
Bank of Charleston Stock (whole
shares). 24 00? 25 00
Bank of Charleston Stock (half
.shares). 12 50? 13 oe
People's Bank Stock. 5 50? 6 00
Planters' A Mechanics' Bank Stock.. 2 50? 2
Greenville and Colnmbia Railroad
'. State guaranteed Bonds. ?2?
Greenville and Columbia First Mort
.' cage Bonds. 75?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds. 82 50? 83 00
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
: (past duel........?
Northeastern Railroad Stock(capltal) 8 00?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
" ferred.i. 90 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
Indebtedness. 55? 60
Cheraw and Darlington First Mort.
' gage Bonds-. 76?
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 22 50?
Charleston City RaUway Stock (ex
Charleston Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company's Phosphate Works ,.?
Charleston and Savanna? Railroad
Bonds (State guarantee). 56? 60
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
(State guarantoe'Seven Per Cent.
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
1 Bonds (first mortgage;. 75? SO
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
< Stock. 23 50? 24 00
Ctty of Savannah Bonds. 85? 86
City of Savannah Coupons (due pre?
vious to June 1,1806). 97?
City of Savannah Coupons (due after
City of Memphis Bonds (endorsed by
M. A C. Railroad. 60?
City of Memphis Bonds (unendorscd)' 50?
City of Memphis Coupons... 75?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock ll 00?
Memphis and Charleston IL H. Bonds 85?
Memphis and Cha'ton R. R. Coupons 93?
Georgia State Bond, 7 per cent, (old) 82?
Georgia State Bond, 7 per cent.(new) % 86?
Georgia State Coupons. 97?
Kxports of the Week.
" BOSTON-Per sehr C E Raymond-294 bales cot?
ton, 1 bale wool, l bale paper, 457 loose hides, los
casks clay, 3S3bbls rosin, 15 tons iron and metals,
28 tierces rice.
NEW HAVEN, CONN-Per sehr James Young
175,000 feet pitch pine lumber.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-Ul
bags sea island cotton, 841 bales upland cotton,
28 tierces rice, 63 bales domestics and yarns, 71
bags peanuts, 65 packages oranges, 35 packages
sundries._Per steamship Saragossa-638 bales
upland cotton 277 bags sea island cotton, 56 bales
tarn, 63" sacks' dried fruit, 47 nols ??!, ll ^.?ii:;?8
sundries.Per steamship James Adger-55$
balej upland cotton, 138 tierces rice, 85 bales
?rw scar a iv s^cr-Inward cargo from Mata
' PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus
417 bales cotton, 76 bales yarn, shirting and do?
mestics, 2 bales waste. 208 bbls naval stores, 41
tierces rice, 142 empty barrels, 12 casks clay, and
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-50^ bales
cotton, 42 tierces rice, 57 casks clay, IC bales rags,
16 bales hides, 30 bales domestics, 117 packages
fruit, roots, Ac....Per steamship Sea Gull-561
bales upland cotton, 5S tes rice, 38 casks clay, 7
packages hides, 10 bales yarn, 58 packages dried
fruit, and sundries_Per sehr Active-300 tons
WILMINGTON, N C-Per sehr Emma-22 casks
rice. _ ,
The Charleston Market.
FOB THE WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, JANTARY 20.
"THE RECEIPTS, Ac-The weekly receipts at the
cotton ports up to Friday last show a marked
falling off, and were 88,311 bales, against 101,093
bales the week previous, and 70.957 bales for the
corresponding week the year before.
The arrivals at the principal Southern ports,
np to the latest dates, have been about as
New Orleans, January 19 . 541,266 512.33?
Mobile, January 19.193,453 146,681
Savannah, January 19.316.984 221.627
Charleston, January 19.158.446 115,076
Texas, Jauuary 13.106,659 78.803
Virginia, January 15.125.679 79,072
THE COTTON MARKET.-With some decline In
the arrivals at the perts, this staple bas assumed
a better attitude, and prices have shown a dispo?
sition to improve, the foreign market going up
from ll>id to ll?id fi ft for middling uplands;
at New York the article advanced from 25\i to
25J?C V ft; and at this port good grades have
been stiff, and middling to strict middling obtain?
ed an improvement of ,'=? '.c 9 ft.
The Liverpool and New York markets have pre?
sented the following sales and prices for the week:
On Friday, January 14, the former was quiet at
llrid. sales 10,000 bales; the latter was steady at
25.'-;c. sales 3000 bales. On Saturday the former
was Armer at ll>?d, sales 15,000 bales: the latter
was a shade firmer at 25*?e, sales 3000 bales. -On
Monday the former was buoyant at ll ?id, sales
15,00? bales; the latter closed weak at 25?,'c, sales
8800 bales. On Tuesday th?- former was buoyant
at ltXd, sales 14,080 bales; the latter was heavy
at 25>,'e, su.es 2S00 bales. On Wednesday the
former was steady at llr.'d, sales 15,000 bales; the
latter was heavy and drooping at 25?,', sales 2900
bales. Yesterday the ronner was firmer at ll?;d,
sales 12,000 bales; the latter was heavy at 25\'c.
The stock or thc article In sight at the iatest
sates was as follows :
Stock In Liverpool. 380,ooo 300,540
Afloat from India. 56,ooo 113.000
Afloat from America. 171,000 131,000
Stock In London. 122,240 159.790
Afloat ror London. 40,ooo 66,000
Stock In Havre. 65,040 54,496
Afloat R?r Havre. 59,298 51,465
Stock in Bremen. 2,717 S.S'JJ
Afloat ror Bremen. 17.425 10,63a
Stock in United States ports.... 450.173 311,955
Stock la the interior towns. 102,3S3 64,020
Total. 1,452,196 1,271.501
Increase In visible supply_ 180.605
Stock or cotton held by Manchester spinners at
the mills now 77,000 bales, same time 1869, i45,oeo
bales. Middling uplands now ll,s,'d.; then ll'id.
The arrivals at this port ror this period have
been 611 bags or sea islands aiid Floridas and
5909 bales or uplands, against 342 bags or sea isl
ands and Floridas and 4S48 hales or uplands the
week before, and COI bags ol sea islands and Flor?
idas and 8265 bales or uplands for the same week
last year. These supplies have come as follows :
Say or uplands per South Carolina Railroad 51S2
bales: Northeastern Railroad 590 bales; George?
town 0 bales: Santee 61 bales; Savannah 4S
bales. Beaufort l bale; wagons 12 bales; Edisto
9 bales. Or sea islands. James Island 16 bugs;
Christ Church 5 bags: Asbepoo 8 bags; Northeast?
ern Railroad 92bags; John's Island 20bags; Goose
Creek 2 bags; Beaufort 101 bags: Chisolm's Mill 18
bag-; Savannah 39 bags; Florida291 bags; Edisto
The following transactions have taken pla
this market during this period :
On Friday, January 14, the market was in
stock, with a slightly easier tendency, bi
most transactions without quotable altera
sales near 300 bales, ordinary to good ordi
being quoted at 22%@23%c, low middling 2;
23%c, middling 24%?24%c, strict middling :
On Saturday thc article opened weak,
closed with a better tone; sales 400 bales; qi
On Monday there was a steady demand at
prices; sales 550 bales, ordinary to good ordli
being quoted at 22%@23%c, low middling ?
23J?C middling 24%024%c, and strict midt
24?"'c * lb.
On Tuesday the Inquiry was somewhat a<
and with a firmer market, prices, mainly of
better grades, advanced %@%c \i lb; 6ales
bales, ordinary to good. ordinary being quote
22%@23%, low middling 24, middling 24%,
strict middling 24%024%c \f rb.
On Wednesday there was a fair demand at
prices; sales 600 bales; quotations unchanged
Yesterday thc ai tide was quiet, the lc
grades being easier, while good qualities i
steady; sales about seo bales, viz: 2 at 22%;
22%; 22 at 23; 12 at 23%; 22 at 23%; 22 at 23 ^
at 23%; 14 at 23J? ; 21 at 24; 52 at 24%; 4 at 2
35 at 24%; S at 24%c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.22%?23%
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The receipts of this c
of thc staple has been lu good supply, say
bags of sea islands and Floridas for the wi
The article has been dull, buyers showing no
position to enter the market, and thc lower gra
particularly were heavy and difficult to m
common Floridas, in some instances selling
low as 40c. The business of tho week has b
light, amounting to about 200 bags of all kii
among wmch were of Floridas 4 at 40c, 19 at
19 at 46c, 2? at 48c, 13 at 50c, 12 at 65c. Of
islands, 1 stained at 23c, 2 at 55c, 1 at COc, 1 at 1
3 at 70c 5 at 75c. We quote: common sea isU
at40@50c;medium 55?fl0c; medium to fine?
75c; fine and choice SO?$l and upwards ?
About thc close of list week's operations 150 b
of Floridas were sold at .40?i5c r lb.
RICE.-The arrivals of Carolina rough hi
been moderate, about 20,000 bushels for this we
Thc market for this period assumed a tia
character, and prices stiffened %e lb, the I
ter qualities bel?g quite firm, but was quiet j
terday. The operations for the period amouni
500 tierces of clean Carolina, say 15 tierces at l
ss at 6, ITS at 6 l-io, 20 at c>,'. 30 at 6 3-10, 31
6%C, 40 at 6%, 42at 6 9-16, 50 at 0%c 9 lb.
quote common to fair clean carolina at 60C
good 6%06%c lb. Carolina rough may
quoted at $115?l40 for Interior and $1 4001 CC
bushel for seacoast.
KATAL STORES.-The receipts of this arti
have been light, and the business of a very
strlcted character. The only sale of spirits of t
pentlne was on private terras, and we omit q
tatious. Rosins arc nominal at (3 bbl.
extra Ko. I; $2 60@$2 75 ? bbl. for No. 1; $202
?? bbl. for low Ko. l: $l 70 'S bbl. for So. 2, a
$1 60 *>l bbl. for >"o. 1. Crude turpentine ls i
changed-say $2 80 'H bbl. for virgin, $2 00
yellow dip, and $1 CO for bard.
HAY.-There have been no arrivals of imp
tance, and thc bc ducss has been ouly of a ret
CORN.-The reoeipts of this grain have bc
about 30,000 bushels-all from Baltimore and Ni
folk. A cargo of 5800 bushels from Norfolk,
bulk, was sold on private terms. Jobbing lots
prime white Maryland sell at about $12201 24 f
bushel, weight, bags included; 4000 bushels
white Maryland, lu bags, was sold on priva
FLOUR.-Thc market is well supplied with t
various grades of this article, and while pde
have had an easier tendency they have undergo
no Important chauge. A moderate inquiry h
prevailed, and we quote Northern and Wcstc
fine at $^05 50 bbl; super $5 75?C "fl bbl; ext
SC 25@0 7? "fi bbl, and family at $707 50 "? bl
Southern qualities are In moderate stock and in:
be quoted at $7 2507 75 <fy>bl for extra, and $$
I 0 "f) bbl Tor family grades.
BACON.-There hus been a moderate business d
lng In these articles, but prices have been wlthoi
strength, closing with a belter feeling yesterda,
Wc u???* prime smoked shoulders 15c H
P'iae clear* rib Sides atlee; ;:!?e ?trips at 19
dry salted shoulders at 13, and sides at 17c. ? ll
prime clear iib sides were sold during the week 1
17, 17% and 17%c 3 lb.
SCOAR AND MOLASSES_The cargo or sugar ac
molasses ex-brig Croton, rrom Cardenas, was so:
yesterday by Mr. W. P. Hall, Importer. Orocei
sugars sold at 12%@12%c In hhds. Clayed ra
lasses, new crop, in hhds, sold at 3???9%, and I
bbls at 44c "fl gallon.
FRL'IT.-The market ls well supplied wil
oranges, both of Florida and Cuba kinds. 1'
quote nominally al $25035 M. Bananas, ma
ket nearly bare. Apples are ia good supply at <
VEGETABLES.-The supply of Irish potatoes
ample. Eating qualities sell at $3(33 25 "A bb
seed potatoes are held at $3 25@5 f. bbl. Onloi
sell at $6(316 50 fi bbL New Charlestou cabbagi
are in good supply at 10?12c each.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There is a fair stock 1
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 40i
45c ?ft lb. Western and other lower grades se
from 30?35e ? lb; country do. at 25030c "ft I
as in quality. Lard ls In good supply and ls he?
SALT.-The arrivals amount to abont 400 sack
Most or the importations have been sold or place
In bond for better rates. Lots from store sellin
at $1 40@i 5? per sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is fairly supplie
with this article, and we quote 23024c "ft yai
Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1% lbs. for the yan
ls held at 30035c. Sea Island bagging, 45 inchi
wide, 2 lb for thc yard, is held at 45c.
ROPE.-Tlie demand for rope ls moderate, an
prices arc somewhat nominal at quotations. \\
quote hemp at - cents "ft lb; greenlea! at io cent;
and jute at 8%?o cents v h>.
IRON BANDS AND TIES, for cotton, or the mos
approved patterns, arc offered on thc market :
6>=07%c H lb, and sales have taken place :
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market Tor this art
cle is dull. Wc quote timber for milling purpose
rrom s?@9. Shipping timber $10015; 4-405
flooring at $14015 "A M. Bright lumber, goo
merchantable, from city mids, cut to size, froi
$20024 y M by the cargo.
FREIGUTS.-To Liverpool dull and somewha
nooiluul; t.y steam, ,v?i on uplands, 1>?
on sea Wands; by sail we quote 5-16<i
%d on uplands and \Q vi on sea islands. T
Havre, %c on uplauds and l%c on sea islands b
sail. Coastwise-to New York, by steam, %c 0
uplands and lc on sea islands, $2 -p tierce 0
rice; by sail. %c on cotton; $1 25 ~t tierce on ric?
40c ? barrel on rosin; $s f> M on lumber; $901
? M on timber. To Boston, by sail, %?%c ?a e:
uplaud colton. To Providence, $8 9 M on boards
?.c -f, lb on cottoD. To Philadelphia, by steam
%C 9 lb on uplands; by sail, $607 $ M on board?
$9 on timber; $3 t* ton on clay, and $303 25 01
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, %0%c 1
tt; by sail, ?0^7 ? M on boards; $303 20 fl toi
on phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand b;
our merchants to take lumber freights fron
1 Georgetown, s. C., Darien and Satilla River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, am
$11012 ~p M are rates on lumber and buurds.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yoster
i day was T.19%0129% for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE-The banks arc parchas
i lng sight checks on New York at % discount; i
days % discount; 10 days 1 per ct. discount ; 15
days 1%; 20 dava -; 30 days -. They are sell
i ing sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buving ai
20 and selling at Tl.
markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 20-Noon. - Consola 92%.
; Bonds SC%.
1 PARIS, January 20.-Bourse opened quiet.
Rentes 73f 12c.
HAVANA, January 20.-Sterling ll ,lial2%. Fede?
ral currency 17% discount.
LIVERPOOL, January 20-Noon.-Cotton easier;
?piantis ll%d; Orleans 11%'d; sales 12,900 bales,
j Evening.-Cotton closed quiet and steady; up
lands ll,?id, Orleans ll%d; sale3 12,000 bales.
Speculation and export 2000. Bacon, new, 58s.
KEW YORK, January 20.-Noon.-Stocks weak.
Money easy at 6aT per cent. Sterling, long, 87?;
short 9%. Gold 21%. Sixty-two coupons, 15%;
Tennesseeex coupons, 54','; new 47%; Virginia
ex coupons, 55; new, 81; Louisianas, old, 02,',;
new: 05; Levees, slxe3, 65%; eights, 80; Alabama
eights, 95; fives, 63; Georgia sixes, 80; sevens, 90;
North Carolina sevens, old, 41; new, 24%; South
Carolina sevens, old, Si; new, 75%. Pork $27 50a
$28. Colton heavy at 25% cents. Turpentine
steady at 44% cents. Rosin quiet at $2 05a$2 io
for strained. Freights Him.
Evening.-Cotton dull and heavy; sales 1600
bales. Flour dull, and favors buyers. Southern
dull and drooping, ranging from $5 40 to 9 75.
Wheat closed lc better. Corn scarce, and 1 to 2c
better; new mixed Western 95a98; old $1 03a
$1 04%, steady.. Oat3 a shade firmer; Western
unchanged. Whiskey lower at $1 02a$l 03. Rice
and sugar dull. Coffee active; sales 2100 bags
Rioatl5%c. Molasses dull. Turpentine 44a45c.
Rosin $2 ioa$S. Freights quite firm-on cotton
by sall 3-16. Money closed quiet and easy at 5a
7 per cent. Sterling weaker at 8%. Gold dull
and heavy at 28%a20%. Governments closed
steady. Sixty-twos, 15%. Southerns Btrong.
BALTIMORE, January 20.-Cotton quiet and
steady at 25c. Flour steady and in Improved de?
mand; Howard street ?4 75a5. Wheat firm; choice
Maryland $145; Pennsylvania SI 35. Corn steady.
Oats 54a57. Rye Slal 08. Pork quiet at $29a30.
Bacon quiet: shoulders 13%c. Lard quiet at 17a
17%c. Whiskey firm and scarce at $lal 01.
CINCINNATI, January 20.-Corn dull at 75c.
Whiskey higher; sales 1200 bbls in bond, at 94c.
Mess pork very dull at $27. Bacon firmer; clear
sides 16c; shoulders I3%c. Lard dull.
ST. LOUIS, Jannary 20.-Corn dull and unchang?
ed. Whiskey dull at 02%a93%c. Provisions
heavy; mess pork $27a27 50; shoulders 13al3%c;
clear sides 17%c.
LOUISVILLE, January 20.-Pork $28 50; shoul?
ders 13%e"; clear sides 15%c. Whiskey firmer at
WILMINGTON, January 20.-Spirits turpentine
firm at 41c. Rosin dull; strained $1 50. Crude
turpentine steady. Tar steady. Cotton steady at
23 to 24c. Weather cloudy and threatening.
AUGUSTA, January 20.-Cotton, market quiet
and prices a shade easier; sales 490 bales; receipts
470: inlddliugs 23a23%c.
SAVANNAH, January 20.-cotton, receipts 24S3;
exports 1334; sales SCO; middling 24a24%c; market
MOBILE, January 20.-Cotton In good and gene?
ral demand and closed firm; sales 2000 bales; mid?
dling 24c; receipts 059 bales; exports 201 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, Januarv 20.-Cotton firm at
24%u24%c: sales 5500 bales: receipts 3350 hales;
exports to Liverpool 2694 bales: to Havre 3475
bales. Sugnr. prime, 12al2%. Molasses, prime,
67a69. Gold Sljtfi Sterling 81%.- Sight %c dis?
N orfolk Corn Harket.
The Norfolk Journal of the" 19th Inst, says corn
has arrived pretty freely-to the extent of about
30,000 bushels. The week begun at about 88a9lo
for white and yellow; but, under a good demand,
it has run up to 95a9Cc for good dry white forshlp
ping, at which lt closed, the weather to-day, how?
ever, preventing any transactions. Coastwise
vessels are scarce aud much wanted.
WILMINGTON, January IO.-SPIRITS TURPEN?
TINE-Market firmer with sales of 121 casks at 40%c
for mixed country and New York casks.
ROSIN-Sales of 322 bbls at $1 75al SO for ex?
tra No. 2.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Sales of 114 bbls at $2 SO
for soft, and fl OA for hard.
TAR-Sales of bo bbls at $1 S5.
COTTON-Sates or so bales at 21, 22, 22%, 23, 23J?
Interior Cotton Markets.
MONTGOMERY, January IS.-Montgomery cot?
ton markt t easier; low middlings 22%c.
ATLANTA, Jauuary 18.-The market closed
active at 22,'?c tut middlings; 22c for low mid?
dlings; 200 tor good ordinary.
SELMA, January IS.-Market quiet and de?
mand moderate. Sales leo bales at 23%c for low
middlings. Thc better grades were very scarce.
MACON, January 18.-Receipts to-day 23S bales:
sales 362; shipped 21GY The market continues
firm with a good demand at 23c for middlings.
Offering stock still light.
COLUMBUS, January IS.-There has been a
good demand to-dav on the basis of 22%c for mid?
dling. Sales 390 bales. Receipts 2ii9 bales-3.'. liv
S. W. Railroad, loo by M. and G. Railroad, 13 bj
Opeltka Railroad, 115 hy wagons, 0 by river. Ship?
ments 544 bales-404 by S. W. Railroad, G Tor
home consumption, 134 tu New York by Opelika
Ka Iroml. via charleston.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING. ?) yard
Dundee_,. 30 ? 45
Gunny Cloth. 23 ? 24
KALE ROPE, f\ ft
Western. 8 ? 12%
Jute. 6 ? R
BUTTER-Goshen. 30 sj 45
County. 25 ? 30
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary to gootrordinary.... 22?,'? 23%
Low middling. 23%? 24
Middling to strict middling... 24%? 24%
Good middling... ?
Sea Island. 40 ? 1 00
COFFEE, ?> ft
Rio. 20 ? 2?
Laguavra. 28 @
Java. . 35 ? 40
Carolina Fertilizer, fl 2000 lbs. 60 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 ?
Double Refined Poudrette. 30 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate. 63 60 @
Peruvian Guano. fi 2240 fts...loo 00 @
Pacific Guano, fi 2000 lbs. 65 00 @
Phoenix Guano. 55 00 ?
Baiigh's Phosphate, fi 2000 ft* 60 no ?
Rhodes' Phosphate. ft 200? fts 65 00 ?
Rhodes* Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 50 ?
Orchillo Guano (.?40 time). 35 60 ?
Lund Plaster. 24 50 ?
Manes' Super Phos. fl 2000 lbs. 65 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 ?
Woolston's Vege'or, fl 2000 fts 65 06 ?
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Phos. net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, uet 60 00 ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvlau, cash. 65 00 @
Sardy's Pacific Guauo, cash... 60 00 ?
Patapsco Guano. C5 00 ?
E. Frank Co's Phosphate. 65 00 @
Whann's Superphosphate. 65 00 @ 75 60
FLOUR, fl bbl
Kine.5 00 ? 5 50
Super. 5 75 @ 6 00
Northern and Western Extra. 6 50 ? 7 00
Baltimore Extra. ?
Extra. 7 00 ? 7 50
Fnmilv. 7 75 ? 9 50
GRAIN, ft bushel
Maryland Oats. ?
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 1 15 ? 1 22
HAV, fi cwr
North River. ?
LUMBER, fl M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 ? 55 0o
White Pine, good run. 38 oe ? 40 00
Yehow Pine. 20 00 @ 24 oo
Boards, rough. 14 00 ? 15 00
?it Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 eo
??KASSES, V gallon
fThiba. 38 @ 44
Muscovado. 58 ? ?2
New Orleans . so ? 85
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl
Rosin, pale. ?
Rosin, No. 1. 2 00 ? 3 06
Rosin, No. 2. 1 70 ?
Rosin. No. 3. 1 CO ?
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon.. .. ?
Oakum, ft lb. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4?2od" fi keg 5 05 ? 7 00
POWDER- Dupont's, F.F.F. g_ 6 70 @
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 60 @
Dupont's, BlastiUg. 4 25 ?
PROVISIONS, fi ft
Bacon, Hams. 22%? 23
Sides. 17 @ 18
Shoulders. 15 ?
Strips. 19 ?
Lard, in keg. 19 ? 20
Butter. 30 ? 45
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, Irish, fi bbl. 3 00 ? 4M
Sweet. 3 50 ? 4 00
Onions. 6 oo ? 6 50
Apples. 5 00 ? 6 00
Eggs. 40 ? 50
Poultry-Chickens, fl doz_ 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 5 00 ? 6 00
RICE, fi ft-Carolina.6 @ 7
East India. ?
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 ? l 50
Liverpool, line. ?
SUGAR, ? ft-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ?
BEESWAX-fi lb. SS @ 40
HIDES. Green-ft ft. os ?
Dry. IS @
CHESTNUTS- fl busha. 4 00 ?
Stock* af Cotton in the Interior Towt
not included in the Receipts.
Augusta A- Ham's.lanuiiry 14
Macon. Ca...Ian na ry 15
Columbus, cu.lannary 15
Montgomery, Ala.. ...tatiuarv 15
Selma, Ala.January 1?
Memphis, Trun.Iitiiuary 16
Nashville, Tenn.January 15
BR?MES-Per Norwegian bark Hombersund
1338 bales upland cotton.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Magnolia-1 bag sea
Island cotton, 188 bales upland cotton. 39 tierces
rice, 45emptv barrels, 5 packages oranges, and
sundries.Per sehr N W Smith-68 bales upland
cotton, soo tierces rice, 153 casks clay, 260 bbls
ro4in, 700 empty carboys, S cases tobacco, 2 boxes
shavings, 4 trucks. 3 boxes mdse, 120 packages
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Riec
from the Port of Charleston, front Sep?
tember 1 to January 20, 1870.
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l C. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
N. of Europe..
Tot'l N. Europe
S. of Europe...
W. Indies, ftc.
Total F. Ports..
Bait. JL- Nr'folk
Otb. U. S. Ports
Tot'l C's,c Ports
S. I.i?p'd. i Rice S. I.iUp'd.iRice
10? 6S86| 1114
15 i 10995
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to January 20,1870.
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31,796 bales uplands, from Mobile-bale9, from
Savannah 46S9 bags sea island and .... bales up?
land, and from Charleston 2C19 bags sea island and
140 bales upland-thc quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
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Receipt? hy Railroad, January 90.
SOUTH CAROLINA. RAILROAD. *40f<**
400 bales cotton, 10 bales domestics, 4 cars
lnmber. To Railroad Agent, Thurston A Holmes,
W C Courtney A co, WK Ryan, Graescr A Smith,
W B Williams A Son, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. Bro?
die A co, H Bischoff A co, G H Walter A co, Frost
A Ariser, A J Salinas, G W Williams A co, Kirk?
patrick A Witte, J JJ Aiken A co, W W Smith,
Claghorn, Herring A co, and Goldsmith A Son.
Fer steamship Magnolia, for Keir York-C W
Holland, C Rice, Mrs G S Smith, L Hall, Mrs and
two Misses Cheesborough, J Yetta, L (Josa. J Rice,
J Lloyd, W Timon, C E Swelledge, EDP Nick les,
A Keenan, J Murphy. E Monroe, G Witsell, W H
Michel, P Andoln, N Schroeder, Mr Munna, Mucho
Fandango, W A Newcombe, and H Balley.
Per steamship Charleston, from New York
T D Harrison, Mrs S D Harrison, Mrs S H Harts?
horn, H G Bridges, J Vettman and wife, George R
Choi well. C B Schaffer, W H Brown, J F Hind and
wife, W C Scarritt and wife, Hon A Munroe and
wife. T Clyde. W Davy. Master Davy, C S Wilder,
T Calllnau, M Parker, and M Kinney.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Fernandina, via
Savannah and Beaufort-S H Billingham, Frank
Campbell, Dr J Taylor and ladv, S Mayo, C Duun,
Miss Kirby, H D Rogers, and Rev M R Forer.
CHAELESTON, JANUARY 21.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-left
18th Inst, PM. Mdse. To J Adger A co, J D Aiken
A co, J E Adger A co, G D Ahrens A co, M A A
Ashton, T M Bristoll, W S Bissen, Chapeau A Hef?
fron, W H Chafee A co, J Commins, W S Corwin
A co, II Daly, J A Enslow A co, B Feldmaun A co,
J S Fairly A eo, Fogartle's Book Store, D F Flem?
ing A co. C II Glldden, Holmes' Bock Store, Hart
A co, Jeffords A co, B H Jacksou, C U Johnson, L
Kenecke, Jennings, Thomllnson A co, Kllnck,
Wiekenberg A co, Kinsman A Howell, Klattc A
co, Laurcy A Alexander, Johnston, Crews A co, J
G Mil!?or A co, McLoy A Rice. W McLean, Man
touc A co, McLean A Kendall, M H Nathan, Osten
tendorff A co, N E Railroad Agent, C F Panknln,
D Paul A co, Rlecke A Schachte, J Russell, South?
ern Express Company, W P Russell A co, A Stel?
ling, J H Rennckcr, L Schnell, E B Stoddard A co,
M C Smith, D H Sllcox, S C Railroad Agent. W G
Trott, J Thomson A co, S Thompson, W L Webb,
R White. W G Whilden A co, West A Jones, Wage?
ner A Monsecs, and Walker, Evans A Cogswell.
Thc C arrived ut the wharf at io P M-tletaiued at
thc bar two hours and a half.
Sehr Emma. Magrath. Coinbahee. 2100 bushels
rough rice. To w c Bec A co.
Steamer Pilot noy, Peck, Fernandina via Sa?
vannah and Beaufort. 51 bales sea Island cotton,
7 pockets sea Island cotton. To J D Aiken A co,
J Colcock A co, Fraser A Dill, IV Gurney, Hopkins,
McPhersou A co. J A Enslow A co.. RaveDel A co,
J Dougherty, H Green, Relcke A Schachte. W H
Harrison, J H Wuhrmann A co, M K Forey, E L
Trescott, and J Brown.
Received from ChLsolm's Ginning Mills. 7 bags
sea island cotton. To W c Courtney A co, G H
Hoppock, R Roper, and Wardlaw A Carew.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 90 tierces Rice,
To A Bischoff A co.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, New York-Rave
ncl A co.
Steamship Sonth Carolina, Adkins, New York
Courtenay A Trenholm.
Norwegian bark Hombersund, Netlsen, Bremen
-Ravencl A co.
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, New York-W Roach
Scbr John Johnson, Messick, New York, via
Wilmington, NC-J A Enslow A co.
Sehr T D Wilder, Holmes, Cardenas-J A Ens
low A co.
Steamship Magnolia, Crowell, New York.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York.
FROM TniS PORT.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia, Jan?
CP FOR TniS PORT.
Sehr Oaks Ames, Edmunds, at New York, Jan?
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Rosa, Drinkwater, from Norfolk, Va, Jan?
Tlie sehr Rosa, which sailed from Norfolk for
this port, on the 18th instanr, has on board a
cargo of 900U bushels corn.
The New York Journal of Commerce, of Thurs?
day last, has thc following: "A private letter re?
ceived In this city from Beaufort, N C, dated Ulli
instant, stales that on the 12th live boats from
that port boarded the wreck of sehr George A
Mary, from New York for Charleston, before re?
ported ashore on Cape Lookout Shoals, and took
from her a cat, dog and all the sails except the
foresail and Jib. and they were split and washed
to pieces. It the weather permitted, a party of
men were to go on board on the 13th, to try and
save thc rigging and cargo.
List of Shipping
IN TUE TORT OF CHARLESTON, JANUARY 20.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Adalla (Br), 1272 tons, Sanderson, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Arragon (Br), 1317 tons, Houison, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Maryland, G31 tons. Johnson, at Cnlon wharf, fer
Baltlniore, loading-Courtenay A Trenholm.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, nt Adgcr's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
Charleston. - tons, Berry, nt Adger's wharf, frorri
New York. discharging^Jiines Adger A co.
Missouri, 824 tons, ?radburn, fit Brown A co'8
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W B Smith
Muscorigus (Rr), 709 tons, Groves, at Vandcrhorst's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Ravencl A co,
Gorilla (Br), 755 tons, Say, at Boyce A co's wharf
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
R C Winthrop. 940 tons, Stewart, for Liverpool, al
Atlantic wharr, loading-Patterson A stock.
David Brown, 905 tons. Nichols, at Marshall'!
wharf, from Newport, Eng, diseharglng
Sllevc Hloom (Br),815tons, Leask,at Vanderhorst's
wharf, from Liverpool, walting-Ravenel &
Hope, 800 tons. Ure. at Atlantic wharf, for Liver
pool, loading-Willis A Chlsolm.
Bombay, - tons, Jordan, at Commercial wharf
for'Liverpool, loading-Willis A Chlsolm.
Southern Chief, - tons, Higgins, at Atlantic
wharf, from Genoa, walting-Master.
Skjold (Nor). 392 tons, Albrethsen, at Kerr's wharf
rrom Liverpool, walting-R Mure A co.
La Komba (Kr), 5S4 tons, Brown, at Accommoda
Hon wharr, for Liverpool, loadlug-Hem*]
RB Walker, 301 tons, Pcttinglll, in the Stream
for New York, ready-ll F Baker A co.
The I'ueen (Ur), 698 tons, at Boyce A co's wharf
fruin Liverpool, waiting-R More A co.
David Nichols, 103 tons, Upnian, nt. Palmetto wharf
for New York, to be repaired-J A Elision
Atlantic (Br). 67.r> tons. Vernon, at Atlantic wharf
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Hombersund (Nor), 3S7 tons. Nielson, at Vander
horst's wharf, for Bremen, ready-George I
Hopley A co.
Wcttcrhorn, C92 tons, Minott. at Brown A co":
wharr, for Liverpool, loading-Stre< . Bros ?
Claru, - tons. Nickels, at Bennett's wharr, fo
the Rio de ?a Plata, loading-Street Bros A co
Yumurl (I'.r), 477 tons, Cochran, at Boyce A co'
wharr, for Liverpool, loading-RT Walker.
David McNutt (lit), 602 tons. Lockhart, at Centra
wharf, rrom Liverpool, waiting-R Mur
France (Fr). 60S tons. Exmelln, at Boyce A co'
wharr, from Havre, Waiting-Mottet, Huche
Annie Torrey, - fons. Libby, at Accommndatioi
wharr, rrom Liverpool, discharging-W Road
Manuel (Span). 23S fons. Pares, at Atlantic wharl
for Barcelona, loading-J A Enslow A co.
Apollo (Nor). - tons, Relnhart, at Boyce A co'
wharr, for Liverpool, loading-HT Walker.
W Creery, 302 tous. Simmons, in the Stream, io
a Northern port, ready-Risley A Creighton
Lady IVnc (Hr). 350 tons. Atinar, at Comiuercii
wharf, for Havre, loading-W P Hall.
Castillan, 4S3 tons. Lang, in Ashley River, fo
Wi st Indies, loading-J A Enslow A co.
Mary Stewart, 203 tons. Adams; at Accommoda
lion wharf, from Baltimore, waltiug-Risley
Croton, no tons. Sherman, at Central wharr, fron
Cardenas, discharging-J A Enslow A co.
Eliza Pike, - tons. Larkin, in Ashley River, fo
Philadelphia, loading^ A T Getty.
Active. 204 tons, Coombs, in thc Stream, fo
Baltimore, ready-Risley A Creighton.
T J Trallon, 1S9 tons. Tapley, in the Stream, fo
North Weymoulh, Mass, ready- Risley I
Ella, ino rons, Montgomery, lu the Stream, fo
Cuba, ready-Risley A Creighton.
Janies Young, 271 tons. Wilson, in the Stream
for New Haven, ready-Risley A Creighton.
Myrover, 404 tons, llrown. in thc Stream, fo
Now York, ready-W Roach A co.
Sarah Fish, los tons. Thompson, In the Stream, fo
a Northern Port, ready-J A Enslow A co.
CE Raymond, 309 tor.?, Higgins, In the Stream
for Boston, ready-M Goldsmith A Son.
Thos "Iskiiiiinons. lio tons. Wyatt,at Palmett
wharr, from Matanzas, waiting-J A Ens
low A co.
Eveline. 122 tons, Dutch, In Ashley River, for Wes
Indies, loading-J A Enslow A co.
NW Smith. 293 tons, Tooker, at Wando Compa
ur's wharr, lor New York, loading-W Road
Black Duck (Br), 120 tons. Filis, at Palmetto wharl
rrom Matan/.as.-to bc repaired-J A Ensloi
Emma B Shaw, 247 fons. Shaw, af Atlantic whar:
rrom Baltimore, waiting-Willis A Chisolm
Lilly. 412 tons, Hughes, af Fairchild's wharl, rroi
New York, waning-w Roach A co.
T D Wilder, -JOS tons. Holmes, at Palmetto whar
for Wilmington. N C, waiting-W Roach A ct
Sylvan, 137 tons. Young, in Ashley River, froi
Wood's Hole, discharging-Risley A Creigl
SAM D Scull, 290 tons, Steclman, at PaUnett
wharf, from Orchilla, W I, waiting-li ? E:i
ker A co.
Kate Walker, - tons, Warren, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Baltimore, dlseharglng-Risley Sc
Wm Allen, 315 tons, Grant, at Fairchild's wharf,
for Wilmington, N C, ready-W Roach A co.
L C Hickman, 230 tons, Robinson, In the Stream,
for Wilmington, N C. ready-W Roach A co.
Hud St Frank, 89 tons, Pendleton, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Norfolk, Va, discharging-J A Ens
low St co.
Marian Gage, - tons, Shepherd, at Adger's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach St co.
Anna Glllcse, - tons, Mitchell, at Kerr's wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-H F Baker St co.
Alexander Young, 220 tons, Young, at Atlantic
wharr, from Philadelphia, discharging-H F
Raker A co.
Ida Richardson. 178 tons, Bedell, ?t Adger's wharr,
rrom New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
Ida Bella, - tons, Fisher, In Ashley River, rrom
Rhode Island, dlssharglng-W Roach A co.
John Johnson, 314 tons, Merrick, at Brown A co's
wharr, rrom Baltimore, waiting-Master.
Azelda A Lanni. 109 tons, Meindo. at Union wharr,
rrom Havana, discharging-Bart A co.
S H Woodbury, 134 tons, Woodbury, at Palmetto
wharr, rrom New York, discharging-Master.
The fine American Ship MISSOURI, L. T.
Blackburn, Master, having a large portion";_
of her cargo aboard. For further Freight engage?
ments, apply to W. B. SMITH ACO..
Janl7 mwf Napier's Bange.
Vessels to load at this and neighboring-?gA
ports for Kitterv, Boston, Mass., New Vork.'Ssft
Philadelphia, Mobile, Middletown, New Haven and
Hartford, Conn., Savannah. Ga., Rio de Janeiro
and Cuba. High rates paid and dispatch given.
Apply to H. F. BAKER A CO.,
jan20 2 No. 20 Cumberland street.
250 bales or Cotton wonted to complete
cargo ol British Ship MUSCONGGS.
ja nio RAVENEL A Cu.
Thc Al Norwegian Brig APOLLO, Bclncrt,
Master, will have quick dispatch for the
For Freight apply to R. T: WALKER.
JiOR NEW YORK-MERCHANTS' LINE.
The regular packet Schooner LILLY,
?I ron ES. Master, having a portion cargo en?
gaged, will load promptly Tor above port.
Janl7 WILLIAM ROACH A CO
Thc staunch British Brig LADY PERIE,.-?iA
Captain Almar, ot 356 tons, is now receiving"S?ML
cargo, a large portion or which ls engaged and
going on board. Insurance upon Cotton by this
vessel can be effected at the cheapest rates charg?
ed Al ships.
For Freight engagements, apply to
AV. P. HALL,
Janl2 10 Brown A Co.'s Wharf.
p OR LIVERPOOL.
TO SAIL ON OR ABOUT THE 20TH INSTANT.
Tlie first class American Bark WETTER
HORN, Lauderken. Master, of small capa?
city, ls rapidly loading for tho above port.
For balance of rrelght room apply to
Jan7 STREET BROTHERS A CO.
The Al British Bark ATLANTIC, Captain
Vcrnam, having a large portion ol her car-*'
go engaged and on board, wants 500 bales or Cot
ton to complete .the same.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE A CO.,
dec28 Boyce's Wharf.
The Brlii.-h Ship GORILLA, Captain Say,
having a large portion of her Cargo en-i
gaged and going on board, ror Freight engage
ment* apply to ROBERT MURK A CO.,
dcc28 Boyce's Wharf.
HE CHAMPION BRACE.
This BRACE, In its peculiar construction, ha9 a
the advantages or
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACE
First. It does not disarrange the Shirt Boson
Second. It cannot slip off the shoulders. Thin
There ls less strain on the buttons ol the pant
than with common Suspenders. Fourth. Eac
section of thc pants can be adjusted Independen
ly. Fifth. By meanH of the Adjustlblc Back Stra
a gcutle or powerful Brace can bc obtalnei
Sixth, lt attaches to the punts at the same point
that the ordinary Suspender does.
Sole Agent in Charleston,
E . SCOTT,
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Meeting street. Opposite Market Hall.
QOGNAC BRANDY IN CASKS.
A. TOBIAS' SONS, offer for sah-, 300 cases,
dozen each. Cognac BRANDY, ' Vine Growers
brand, ami three years old, In bonded warehous
Q HECKS ON NEW YORK
BILLS ON EXULAXI) AXD FRANC
S O I. I >.
STEHLIXG AND irrtANCi
ADVANCES ON CONSIKXJO.NTS,
By LESxISNE Jb WELLS,
nov2 Snios No. io RHOAD STREET.
gHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residences promptly and
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL. Barber,
aprilll No. 31 Broad street, (up staUs.]
-piAST FREIGHT LINE
TO BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA. BOSTON ANf>
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Steamship "MARYLAND," Joan
son. Commander, will sad for Baltimore,
on FRIDAY P. M., 21st January, 1870.
??-Insurance by the Steamers or this Une >i
per cent, to Baltimore and Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton X. Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by raUrbad from Baltimore without addi?
tional expense for insurance.'
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply to
COURTENAY k TRENHOLM,
Jan20 2 Union Wharve-.
OR NEW YORK
The First Class Side-wheel steamship
CHAMPION, Robt. W. Lockwood, Com-]_
mander, of the Ney York and Charleston Steam
ship Company's Line, will leave Adger's South
Wharf for the above port on SATURDAY, the 22d
Inst., at ll o'clock A. M.
SGg- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
j(S~ Marine Insurance half per cent by this Lin*?.
SS" Superior Accoraodations for Passengers,
jania JAMES AUGER k CO., Agents.
CHARLESTON AND LIVERPOOL STEAMSHIP
The Fine Iron Screw Steamship
"A?ALIA," Sauderson, Master, will,_
take whatever Freight offers and saU positively oa
SATCRDAY next, 22d instant.
Tue fine new Steamship "ARRAGON" will fol?
low on SATURDAY, 29th Instant.
For Freight engagements, apply to
ROBERT MURE * CO..
pACIFIC Af AIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LIKE TO .
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Vtojg&S?bk
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal street ^fMg
New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the 5th. ana
2lst of every month (except when these dates fall
on Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.)
Departure of the 2lst connect at Panama
with steamers for South Pacific and Central Amer?
ican ports. ' Those of 5th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
Japan and China February 1,1870. IA.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asp?iwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or further Information ap?
ply at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, OB the
wharf, foot of Canal-street, North River, New
York. . F. R. BABY, Agent.
marchlS lyr _
IJIRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN ROUTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay In thejr^Mjfifc
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, Cor-^aUfflfti
dials, Brandies, Wl?skles Wines, Canned Soup?
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tobacco and Imported Segare.
WM. S. CORWIN k CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
* Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 800 Broadway, corner 20th street,
New York. sept28 Cmos
jp OR PAL AT KA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA JACKSON?
VILLE AND LANDINGS OX ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain _ .?TP-*w
George E. McMillan, salis every.^.??Sa.
TUESDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT," Captain Fenn Peck,
sails everv FRIDAY EVENING at 8 o'clock. Con?
necting w'lth Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills ol Lading
for Freight given.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents,
.Janl3_South Atlantic Wharf.
-piOR BRUNSWICK AND FERNANDINA,
VIA BEAUFORT, SHA VANNA U, AND
. POINTS ON THE GEORGIA COAST. .
Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C.
Carroll White, will sad every sos-,_
DAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, for above places.
The PILOT BOY will make an extra trip to Beau?
fort and Chisolm's Landing every FRIDAY, leav?
ing here at S o'clock A. M.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., '
Janl3_Sonth Atlantic Wharf,
?pOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
WAVERLY, BROOK GREEN, AND KEITHFIELD
MILLS, TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND.
SCHEDULE FOR MONTH OF JANUARY.
TheSteamerEMILIE.CaptainP.C. _ ^TT**^
Lewis, will run as follows, leaving Jsz?aM?3m
Charleston every MONDAY and THURSDAY .MUKN
ING and Georgetown every WEDNESDAY and SAT?
URDAY MORNING, at o o'clock:
SATURDAY, Jannary 22.
MONDAY, January 17.
THURSDAY, January 20.
MONDAY, January 24.
THURSDAY. January 27.
MONDAY, January 31.
Freight and Wharfage must be prepaid.
No Freight will bc received after sunset.
Steamer leaves Charleston from Commercial
Freight will bc received on the days previous to
For engncemonfs. appir to
SUACKELFORD k KELLY. Agents.
Janl2 Boyce's Wharf.
E R T I L I Z ?*'?? ~S
WILCOX, GIBBS .t C O . ' S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND,
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO,
IMP0EH1ES & DEALEES IN
No. 61 Bay street, Savanna^
Ko. 241 Broad street, Augusta.
No. C4 East Bay, Charleston.
JO* Send for Circular giving prices, terms, cer?
tificates, Ac. janis tufs3mos
RAW BONE fl
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