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JFISAjyCIAZ AXJD COXXJEXCIAZ.
Thc Money Market.
TBCKSDAY, February 17
SOCTHERN BANK BILLS. Current.Rates
Baale of Camden. i0? .<
Bank of Charleston. Par
Bank of Chester. ???
Bank of Georgetown. 05?
Bank of Hamburg. ?3@
Bank of Newberry. par.
Bank of South Carolina . IP?
Bank of State of South Carolina,
prior to 1S61. 55?
Bank of State of South Carolina,
after January 1,1861. 10?
Commercial Bank, Columbia. 02?
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 10?
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank. Cheraw. 03?
People's Bank, Charleston. PaT
Planters' Bank of Fairfield. 03?
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (oWJ. nar
Southwestern Railroad Bank,
Charleston (new). par.
State Bank, Charleston. 03?
Union Bank, Charleston. par.
City of Charleston Change Bills. par.
State of S. Carolina Treasury Notes. par.
BONDS, STOCKS AND COCTON8.
City of Columbia Bonds.... CS? 70
City of Columbia Coupons. 68? 70
South Carolina Railroad und Bank
Stock (whole shares). 42 00?
South Carolina Railroad (half Bhares) 21 00?
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent
Bonds. 73 00?
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per
Cent. Bonds.:. 82 00?
South Carolina Railroad Certificate
of Indebtedness. par.
City or Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 55 oo?
City or Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.. 75?
State or South Carolina Bonds (old). 86? sr
State or South Carolina Bonds (new
issue of January 1, 1867). 81?
State of South Carolina Bonds (issued
for Bank of the State bills). Si?
State or South Carolina Stock. 80?
State or South Carolina Coupons
People's National Bank Stock.103 50?
First National Bank Stock.lis oo?
Union Bank Stock. 7 50? 8 00
Bank of Charleston Stock (whole
Bank of Charleston Stock (han*
People's Bank Stock. 5 60? 6 00
Planters' k Mechanics' Bank Stock.. 2 50? 2 75
South Carolina Loan and Trust Com?
pany Stock.104 00?105 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds. 60?
Greenville and Columbia First Mort?
gage Bonds. 75?
Charlotte, Augusta and Colombia
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds. 82 50? S3 00
Northeastern Railroad First Coupons
Northeastern Railroad Stock(capital) 8 00?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
ferred. 30 00?
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of
Indebtedness. 65? BO
Cheraw and Darlington First Mort?
gage Bonds. 76?
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 92 50?
Charleston etty Railway Stock (ex
dividend. 68 00?
Charleston Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company's Phosphate Works ..@
Charleston and Savannah RaRroad
Bonds (State guarantee). 56? 60
Savannah and Charleston RaUroad
(State guarantee)Seven Per Cent.
Savant i\nd. Charleston, Railroad
Bonds (drst mortgage).* ?"5? 80
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 28 25? 24 00
City of Savannah Bonds. 85? 86
City of Savannah Coupons (due pre?
vious to June 1,1866). 97?
City of Savannah Coupons (due after
City of Memphis Bonds (endorsed by
M. k C. Railroad.es* ,,
Gf ??ff plus Bonds (uuendoreed) W?
City of Memphis Coupons. 75?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Stock ll 00?
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Bonds ss?
Memphis and Ch.t'ton R, R. Coupons 93?
Georgia State Bond, 7 per cent, (old) 82?
Georgia State Bond, 7pcrccnt.(new) 86? 88
Georgia State Coupons. 97?
Export s for tuc Week-February 1G.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Bombay-185 bags sea
Island cotton, 2610 bales upland cotton, 215 sacks
cotton seed_Per bark Wetterhern-172 bags sea
island cotton, 2180 bales upland cotton, 314 bbls
rosin, 208 sacks cotton seed, 2 tierces beeswax.
BARCELONA-Per Spanish bark Pepina -533
bales upland cotton. 260 obis rosin.Per Span?
ish brig Audaz-490 bales upland cotton, 400 bbls
rosin_Per Spanish brig Pajaro del Restrillo
240 bales upland cotton, 190 bbls rosin. I I
BOSTON-Per sehr Ida Bella-28 bales upland
cotton, 1500 bblB naval stores, 7000 feet lumber,
92 casks clay, hides and sundi les. I <]
NORTH WEYMO?TH, MASS-Per sehr A Haley- | <j
330 tons phosphate rock.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-256 tes
rice, 65 bags sea island cotton, 194 bales upland
cotton, 45 bales yarn, 48 bbls oil, 80 empty barrels, t
56 packages... .Per steamship James Adger-370 ,
bales upland eotton, 42 bags sea island cot?
ton, 8 tierces rice, 43 bales domestics and sun ;
dries._Per steamship Tennessee-355 tierces t
rloe, 404 bales upland cotton, 13 bags sea island
cotton, 112 bundles paper, 13 casks clay, 30 pack
ages sundries.Per sehr Lilly-91 bales upland
eotton, 78 casks kaolin clay, 4 bales paper, 2 bbls
beeswax, 36 boxes glass, 13 boxes mdse, 100 empty
barrels, 125,000 feet lumber, 1000 empty carboys.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-91
tlereae rice, 387 bales cotton, 147 bales domestics,
90 bbls rosin, 84 bunches bananas, 2500 cocoanuts,
and sundries.Per sehr Anna Barton-350 tons
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-367 bales
cotton, 46 tierces rice, 4 casks clay, 160 bbls rosin,
O bales yarn, 20 hhds sheeting, 24 bales waste,
and sundries.Per steamship Falcon-292 tes
rice, 382 bales upland cotton, 15 bales rags, 19
rous leather, and sundries
SAVANNAH-Per sehr J B Marshall-Inward
The Charleston Market.
FOR THE WEEK ENDINO THUKSDAT, FEBRUARY 17.
THE RECEIPTS, Ac-The arrivals at thc South?
ern ports, for the week up to Friday last, show a
small decrease, and were 98,544 bales, against
104,601 bales the week before, and 71,420 bales for i t
the same time last year. It is thought that this j
slight falling off in the supplies indicates that the
amount of weekly receipts have passed their
maximum, and that for the future the arrivals
coming forward will show a steady decline. New
Orleans is thc great, point of supply, and at that
port they were 51,301 bales for the week, being
over hair the total. The entire amounts at the
chief Southern centres show about the following
figures np to the latest dates:
New Orleans, February 16_ 739,440 636,808
Mobile, February 10.233,828 179.218
Savannah, February IC.370,2.r.l 273,217
Charleston, February 10.182,209 148.970
Texas, February ll.140,099 9.1,104
Virginia, February 12.102.970 107,017 I
THE COTTON MARKET.-The continuation of full I I
receipts has caused this article to have a lower
tendency during the period under review, and
prices have had a declining character. In thc
English market, which opened at ll>id <?l Hi for
middling uplands, the rates receded to n.'.d "fl
lb; at New York, which began at 25,l?, they fell
off to 24>??24?r; and at this port, which com?
menced at email@example.com. they have been rather well I (
maintained, this grade closing at 24c a lt. ll
The Liverpool and New York markets have
shown the following transactions and prices for
the week: On Friday, February nth, the former I 1
was 3teady at lijid. sales 10,000 bales; thc latter I t
favored buyers at 2.r>.'4'c, sales 2500 bales. On Sat?
urday thc former was unchanged at 11*41, sales | (
12,000 bales; the latter was a shade easier at 25^,
sales 2000 bales. On Moajjcy the former was
steady at ll t?d, sales lO.ooo^alcs; the latter was
"heavy and declining at 25,li, sales 1700 bales. On | l
Tuesday the former closed dull at ll},'@ll}id,
Bales 10,000 bales: the latter was heavy and lower I I
at 25c, sales 1000 bales. On Wednesday the for?
mer was quiet at ll"?'@llj?d, sales 10,000 bales;
the latter was heavy and lower at 24'ie, sales 1600 | l
bales. Yesterday the ronner was dull at ll??d;
sales 10,000 bales; the latter wa3 lower at 24>?@
The supply of the staple in sight at the latest
dates was as follows:
Stock In Liverpool. 352,000 260,390
Afloat fl'om India. 55.000 112,000
Afloat from America. 177,000 116,000
Stock in London.(est.) 101,000 119.450
Afloat for London. 30,000 58,000
Stock in Havre. 86,500 59.7ii2
Afloat ft r Havre. 32.453 50.622
stock in Bremen. 4,4C9 9,001
Afloat for Bremen. 14,739 24.062
Stock in united Statesports_ 639,551 414,24?
Stock In the interior towns. 101,094 00,822
Total. 1,49-1,836 1.315,014
Increase in visible supply...N 179,522
Stock or cotton held by Manchester spinners at
the mills now, 65,000 bales; same time iSOi), 100,000
bales. Middling uplands now ll&d; then U&d
The receipts or the article at this port have been
224 bags or sea island aad Floridas, and 4011
fcales of uplands, against 225 bags of sea islands
and Floridas and 6554 bales of uplands the pre?
vious week, and 137 bags of sea islands and Flori?
das and 6241 bales of uplands for the correspond?
ing period last year. These supplies have come
from the following sources: Say or uplands per
South Carolina Railroad 4389 bales; per North?
eastern Railroad 453; Georgetown, S. C., 28; Pee?
dee 40; Edisto 1. Of sea islands, Edlsto 14;
Northeastern Railroad 9; Beaufort, S. C., 61;
Savannah 19; Florida 121.
The transactions and prices prevailing in this
market, for this period,.have been as follows:
On Friday, February ll, there was a moderate
but steady inquiry, which, with a very limited
oifcrlng stock, enabled factors la some cases to
obtain rather better rates; sales about 500 bales;
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 22@
2S}?, low middling 23^, middling 24@24.'?, and
strict middling 24>?@24>ic fy lb.
On Saturday the market exhibited no impor?
tant variation, the light offering stock continuing
to sustain prices; sales about 400 bales; quota?
On Monday there was a good demand at firm
prices; sales 600 bales; ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 22@23K, low middling 23J?@24,
middling 24>4', strict middling 24Ji@24J<c fy lb.
On Tuesday the demand was limited, with an
easier tendency; sales 400 bales; ordinary to good
ordinary being quoted at 22@23>4, low middling
23,V, middling 24.>4', strict middling 24,','@24Kc fy
On Wednesday the article was dull and easier;
sales 250 bales; ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at 22@23.'?, low middling 23>ia23>4\ mid
d'ing 24^24 v, and strict middling 24J?c. fy lb.
Yesterday pricesdecllaed }-??}?c. fy lb; sales Goo
bales, say : 4 at 18; 2S at 19; 13 at 20; 10 at 22:16 at
22>i; 13 at 23tf; 31 at 24; 175 at 24>4; 8 on private
terms; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
22@23, low midding 23,'i, middling 24, and strict
middling 24.'?'c. i?, lb.
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals of this quali?
fy of thc article were 224 bags of sea islands and
Floridas, against 225 the week previous and 137
"or the corresponding week last year. During
the early part ol this period the market was dull
md but little was done; but for several days past
in active inquiry for sea islands has prevailed,
ind factors hare been enabled to sell readily and
In some coses at even limier rates. Floridas have
:ontinued dull, and even lower rates have been
accepted for these descriptions. The transactions
n sea islands have been about 400 bags, and '
tbout 100 or Floridas, making about 500 bags or 1
til qualities. Among the sales were 4 Floridas at
36c; 30 at 42c; 8 at 46c; 16 at 47c; 13 at 50c; 4 at
35c; 4 at coe. Of sea islands, 4 at 45c; 20 at 50c; 34
it 55c; 34 at 60c; l at 65c; 4 at 70c; 1 at 75c; 10 at
55c fy ft. We quote common Floridas at 36@40c; 1
aiedium 40@45; good 4J@50C; good to fine 50@55c,
ind fine and choice C5@60c ?. lb. Sea islands
may be quoted at 45@60c for common; 60@55c for 1
medium; 55@65c for medium to fine, and 70c@ !
|1 fy lb for fine a*d choice.
RICE.-The arriva? of Carolina rough have been
ight and quite unimportant. The market for
;hls grain has generally been quiet, and prices i
lave rather lacked firmness, but factors arc not i
Ilsposed to make important concessions. The
iransactions for this period have amounted to ,
mont 900 tierces of clean Carolina, among which 1
vere : 30 at 5%; 20 at 513-16; 370 at a; ??at "x; 10
it 6 3-16; 15at C.','; 73 at 6??; 12S at 6.*; 135 at C*'c
a lb. Wc quote common to fair clca^; Carolina
15K@0; good G,v@e,S'c fy lbt carolina rong'i ,
aay be quoted at SI 15^ 3u fy bushel for inte- 1
lor, and $1 30^; 60 ^ bu?hel for seacoast. 1
NAYA1 STORES.-In the absence or any receplts !
ifhote the market has been without transactions. ?
there was received during the week the first
ot of new rosin, which classed extrapole, and
lold at ?8 ?0 fy bbl. Quotations arc nominal.
HAY.-There have been received about 300 :
jales of North River qualities. Thc demand is re- j
itricted mostly to the wants of thc local trade. ;
Ibout 100 bales of North River were disposed c f at
>1 37J? fy hundred. ,
CORN.-The receipts have continued to come
'orward liberally, and were about 30,000 bushels
'or the week, principally from Baltimore and Nor
'olk. There has been rather a good demand for '
:ountry consumption, but thc full supplies have
.nosed prices to soften. Wc note sales, in bulk, 1
if prime white at $112 fy bushel, weight. Jobbing
larcels of prime white were selling at $1 20@i 22 1
a bushel, weight, sacks included.
FLOUR.-There has been a fairly sustained In
lulry Tor this article, both for city and. country <
lemand, prices of high grades continuing steady,
vhUe fino and supers were slightly firmer In con
iequence or an inc. ?sed demand and a reduc?
ion or the stocks or these descriptions. We quote
?orthern and Western flue at $5@5 25 $ bbl;
inper $5 50@5 75 fy bbl; extra $6?' fy bbl, and ?
'amiiy at $7 25@S fy bbl; Southern qualities are in j
noderate supply, and may be quoted at $7@7 75
P bbl for extra, and $s@9 fy bbl for family.
BACON.-The market is moderately supplied |
vith this article, with a fair inquiry, bnt prices ,
vere lower. We quote prime smoked shoulders
it 14014xe fy lb; prime smoked clear rib sides '
it i7>4'c; dry salted shoulders at 12K@12.vc, and <
?lear rib-sides at lo.'ic fy lb.
SCGAR AND MOLASSES.-Limited transactions ?
tave taken place in Louisiana sugars, and wc <
?note good to prime at il@l3c fy lb. There has 1
ieen some inquiry for New Orleans molasses, and ,
re note sales at 7S<3>S0c fy gallon fur prime. A
argo or Cuba molasses was received during thc I
veek, but we learn or no transactious. ?
FRUIT.-The market is bare or oranges and ba- j
lanas, but several cargoes arc expected. Apples 1
ire in moderate supply and are held at $6@G 50 '
VEGETABLES.-There is a good stock or Irish po
atoes in thc hands of dealers, which arc selling at
!2 25 to $3 50 fy barrel. Fancy brands for seed
nay be quoted at $5@0 t* barrel. Onions are in
Imlted supply at $6 50 barre!.
BCTTER AND LARD-There ls a fair stock of
(rime Goshen. Wc quote good to prime at 40?
5c fy lb. Western and other lower grades se1.'
rom 30@35c fy lb; country do. at 20(g>30c fy lb,
is m quality. Lard ls in good supply and is held
SALT.-There have been no receipts of this arn?
ie. Lots from store selling at $1 40@1 50 per
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls fairly supplied
vlth this article, and we quote 23@24c fy yard
Jundee bagging, 44 inches, 1>? lbs. for the yard, ,
s held at 30@35c. Sea island bagging, 45 Inches
vide, 2 lb for thc yard, is held at 45c
ROPE.-The demand Tor rope ls moderate, and
irlccs arc somewhat nominal ut quotations. Wc
mote hemp at -cents fy rb; greenlea!at lOcents;
md jute at 8K@9 cents fy tts.
IRON BANDS AND TIES ror cotton, or the most
ipproved patterns, are offered on the market at
iii?"}ic fy lb, and sales have taken place al
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market ror this arti?
lle ls dull. We quote timber for milling purposes
rom $5@9. Shipping timber $10@15; 4-4@5-4
looring at $14@15 fy M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to BIZC, from
S20@24 fy M by the cargo.
FREIGUTS.-TO Liverpool are quiet; by ikara,
?d on uplands, l>4d on sea islands; by sall we
mote 5-16@>id on uplands and >x@Jidon sea ls
ands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to New
fork, by steam, >ic on uplands and Xe on sea
slands, $l 25 fy tierce on rice; by 6all, ytc on
:otton;- fy tierce on rice; 40c fy barrel on
rosin; S3 fy M on lumber; $9@10 fy M on lim?
ier. To Boston, by sail, X&fiC fy lb on upland
colton. To Providence, $8 fy M on boards,
fy Ri on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam.
?ic fy lb on uplands; by sall, $6@7 ^ Mon boards;
S9 on timber; $3 fy ton on clay, nnd $3@3 ?=> ca
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, >?c fy
tb; by sail, $6@7 $ M on boards: $3<?3 25 fy ton
jn phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
sur merchants to tako lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
$ll@12 fy M are rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rute yester?
day was 28Ji@29."X for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-nie banks are purchas?
ing sight cheeks on New York at }i discount; 5
days X dlsconut; 10 day3 1 per ot. discouir;15
days IH\ 20 days -; SO days -. They are ?jell?
ing sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
19 aud selling at 21.
COLUMBIA. February Hi-There was but little
cotton on the market to-duy, the sales ouly
amounting io about 40 bales-middling S^aSS/?c.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON, February 17-Noon.-Consols 92??.
PARIS, February 17. - Bourse opened firm.
Rentes 73f 46c.
FRANKFORT, February 17_Bonds finn at 92?i.
HAVRE, February 17.-Cotton opened quiet and
LIVERPOOL, February 17-Noon.-Yesterday eve?
ning cotton closed dull; uplands llXaUXd; Or?
leans ll%all*?d; sales 16,000 bales. Export and
speculation 2000 bales. To-day cotton opened
quiet; Bales 10,000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton quiet; uplands ll??d; Orleans
ll?i'all'?c; sales 10,000 bales, of which 2000 bales
were for export and speculation.
NEW YORK, February 17-Noon.-Stocks steady.
Money easy, at sae per cent, sterling, long,
8K, short OX- Gold 19X- Sixty-twos, coupon,
Tennessee ex-conpon 55X; new 49>i. Vir?
ginia ex-coupons C2^i; new 66& Alabama
eights 94; Aves"62. Georgia sixes 81>i; sevens
92. Louisiana, old 72; levees sixes 70; eights S2)?.
North Carolina old 46; new 26j.f. South Caro?
lina Md 87. Flour dull without change. Wheat
nominally la2c lower. Corn dull and declining.
Pork dull, mess $26 25a2037. Lard dull, 15*?C
Cotton lower, 24??a24"?c. Turpentine drooping
at 47c. Rosin steady at $2 25 for strained.
Evening.-Cotton unsettled and decidedly low?
er; sales 2300 bales. Flour less active. Wheat
dull at noon's decline. Corn closed a shade firm
er. Pork a shade firmer, but quiet at $20 25a
23 50. Groceries and naval stores quiet. Freights
quiet. Money easy at Sac per cent. Sterling
easier at 8??aS??- Gold weak at 10%. Govern?
ments lower. 62's 115. Southerns generally dull.
BALTIMORE, February 17. - Cotton nominal.
Flour active, low grades higher; Howard street
superfine $4 75a5. Wheat unchanged. Corn less
firm. Pork quiet. Bacon firm ; shoulders 12%al3c.
CINCINNATI, February 17.-Corn dull at 72c.
Whiskey 93c. Mess pork $27a27 25. Bacon ir?
regular; shoulders dull atl2*?ar2)?c; clear ribbed
sides advanced to 16c; clear sides lf??c; all
IonsviLLE, February 17 -Provisions firmer.
M "ss pork $27 50. Shoulders 12>ic. Whiskey
WILMINGTON, February 17.-Spirits turpentine
quiet at OUC Rosin firm at $1 65 for strained.
L'rude turpentine firmer at $1 75a3. Tar unchang?
ed. Cotton quiet 22a23c.
AUGUSTA, February 17.-Cotton market dull and
irregular; sales 497 bales; receipts 722 bales; mid?
SAVANNAH, February 17.-Receipts 2007 bales;
exports 974 bales; sales 400 bales. Market quiet;
MOBILE, February 17.-Market dull and weak:
sales 8 bales; middlings 23?,'a23"i'c; receipts 846
bales; exports 877 bales.
Xi ? York Rice Market.
-The Jonrnal of Commerce of the 15th instant,
mys: "There ls thc usual jobbing trade ot about
ronner rates. We quote 6a7c as the full range ror
lots: sales have beeu made of GO casks."
Thc World or the same date says: "The general
range on Carolin a may be placed' at ea7c, with on
Dccasioual jobbing sale at #Mc: but business very
Norfolk Cotton and Corn Market.
Thc Journal, or the 10th instant, says:
COTTON.-Receipts herc have beeu 5310 bales.
Thc market begun with sellers at 23;ic; and al?
though other markets have receded still rarther,
surs remains at about Hie same figures; but the
transactions have been or the very smallest
imount, and entirely confined to very trifling
parcels or the best grade, Hie total or sales hard?
ly going over 570 bales. There has been some?
thing doing lu lower grades or stained-say ut
CORN.-Receipts have been very fair-in all
about 75,000 bushels, beginning at 9la92c for
white and 94a95c for yellow; but toward thc end
lt rell back to SSaOOc ror good mixed ami white,
and 92a93c for yellow. To-day there ls a little
more inquiry, but the weather has been so rainy
that nothing ls done, except at the end of the
day-90c was paid.
WILMINGTON, February io.-SPIRITS TURP?N
UNE-ls a .uc lower; sales of 378 casks at 43>ic
ROSIN-Sales or 515 bids, at $1 60 ror strained,
md gl 65al 75 for No. 2.
CRUDE TURPENTINE-Sales of 1163 bbls. at $2 90
Tor soft, and $1 70 for hard.
TAR-Sales of 5S4 bbls. at f 2 CO per bbl.
COTTON-A small lot sold at 23c per pound.
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Rico
from tue Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 180?, to February 17, 1870.
3thcr Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Jther Fr. Ports
!f. or Europe.
Tot'l N. Europe
i. of Europe..
IV. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
S. I.iUp'd. i Rice
Halt, ft Nr'folk
3 th. U. S. Ports
Tot'l Cse Ports
S. I.iUp'd. (Rice
7791 j 1295
4340 i 125884
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from tlit Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1309, to February 17,1670.
St John's, N B.
O.C95? S,959,70uj 15,153) 6,772,448
21C? 1,007,6'? I
Charleston Wholesale Pri?es.
BAGGING fl yard
BALE ROPE, fy re
BUTTER-Goshen. 30 ? 46
County. 25 ? 30
COTTON, fy re
Ortllnary to good ordinary.... 22 ? 23
Low middling. 23)*?
MlddUng to strict middling... 24 ? U}?
Good middUng. ?
Sea Island. 40 @ 1 00
COFFEE, ?? lb
Rio. 20 ? 26
Laguayra. 28 ?
Java. 35 @ 40
Carolina Fertilizer, fy 2000 lbs. 60 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 ? ...
Double Refined Poudrette. 30 00 @
Niles'Phosphate. 63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, ?? 2240 lbs...loo oo @
Pacific Guano, $2000 lbs. 65 00 @
Phoenix Guano.. 55 00 @
Bangh's Phosphate, fy 2000 lbs 60 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, fy 2000 lbs 05 00 ?
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
Mme). 57 50 ?
Orchillo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 ?
Land Plaster. 13 00 ? 15 00
Mapes' Super Phos, fy 2000 lbs. 65 00 @
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 @
Woolston's Vege'or, fy 2000 lbs 65 00 ?
Croasdale'8 Gen. Sup.Phos. net 60 00 @
Bowers'Complete Manure.net 60 00 @
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 00 ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 ?
E. Frank Co's Ammoniated
Bone Phosphate. 60 00 ?
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone_ 62 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate. 65 00 ? 75 00
Etlwan Guano, No 1 (SCO time) 54 00 ?
Etiwan Guano, No 2 ($<o time) 03 co ?
FLOUR, fy bbl
Fine.5 "bo ? 6 25
Super. 5 60 ? 6 76
Northern and Western Extra. 6 00 ? 7 00
Baltimore Extra. ?
Extra. 7 00 ? 8 00
Family. 8 00 @ 9 50
GRAIN, fi bushel
Maryland Oats. ? ..
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 1 12 ? 1 22
HAY, fy cwt
'North Ri ver. 1 37,'?@
LUMBER, fy M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00 @ 55 Oo
White Pine, good run. 38 00 ? 40 00
Yellow Pine. 2000 ?2400
Boards, rough. 14 00 @ 15 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, fy gallon
Cuba. 40 A 45
Muscovado...:. 58 ? 62
Sugar-house. so ? 1 00
New Orleans. 78 @ 80
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl
Rosin, pale. ?
Rosin, No. 1. 1 90 ?
Rosin, No. 2. 1 00 ?
Rosin, No. 3. 1 50 ?
Spirits Turpentine, fy gallon.. .. ?
Oakum, fy ?. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d., fy keg 6 05 ? 7 00
POWDER- Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 0 70 ?
Dupont's, F.F.P. 5 60 ?
Dupont's, Blasting. 4 26 ?
PROVISIONS, fy re
Bacon, Hams. 21 ? 22
Shoulders....,. 14 ? 14>;
Strips. 18 ? 19
Lard, in keg. 19 ? 20
Butter. 30 ? 45
Cheese. 16 ? 30
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. 2 25 ? 3 60
Sweet. 3 fd ? 4 00
Onions. 6 50 ?
Apples. 5 00 ? 6 00
Eggs. 40 ? 50
Poultry-Chickens, fi doz.... 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 5 00 @ 0 00
RICE, fi re-Carolina. hli? OX
East India. ? ..
SALT, fi sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 ? 1 60
Liverpool, Une. ?
SUGAR, f) lb-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ?
BEESWAX-fi lb. 38 ? 40
HIDES. Green-fi lb. 08 ?
Dry. 18 ?
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
39,779 bales uplands, from Mobile - bales, from
Savannah 5400 bags sea Island and 32 bales up?
land, and from Charleston 3260 bags sea island and
149 bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Slur ks of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not included in the Receipts.
Augu8taA Ham'g...February 4
Macon, Ga.February ti
Columbus, Ga.February 5
Montgomery, Ala...Keb uiry -I
Selma, Ala.February ll
Memphis, Tenn.February ll
Nashville, Tenu.February lu
LrvERPOOL-Per British ship Gorilla-79 bags
sea Island cotton, 2056 bales upland cotton, 700
bbls rosin, 1009 sacks cotton seed.
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carolina- 153J
bags sea Island cotton. 4O0 bales upland cotton, 09
bales yarns and domestics, 183 tierces rice, 20
bundles paper, 20 sacks cotton seed, l mule, ll
packages old iron, 61 empty barrels, 1 steam fire
engine, 20 packages sundries.
Receipts by Railroad, February 17.
BOUTO CAROLINA RAILROAD.
450 bales cotton, 24 bales domestics, 52 barrels
whiskey, 4 cars stock. To Railroad Agent, J R
Pringle k J5on, W K Ryan. G W Williams A co, G
H Walter A co, Pelzer, Rodgers k co, Reeder k
Bavis, Bowling k co, Mowry k Son, W C Court
ney k co, S D Stoney, Frost k Adger, Wagener k
Monsees, R Mure k co, Claghorn, Herring k co,
w p Hall. W W Smith, Kirkpatrick k Witte, and
Graeser k Smith.
Per steamship South Carolina, for New York
J Odell, A 0 Stevens, H G Bridges, A R Sloan.
Captain Baxter, J H Pritchard, E Tlernan, and 13
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 18.
Sehr Venlla, Eaton, Baltimore,-6 days. Corn.
To Stenhouse k co.
Sloop George, from Santee. 1C00 bushels rough
rice. To J R Pringle k Son.
Received from Chlsolm's Mill. 105 tierces rice.
To F G Cart, and Thurston k Holmes.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York
W A Courtenay.
British ship Gorilla, Say, Liverpool-R Mure k
British ship Slleve Bloom, Leask, Doboy, Ga
Ravcnel A co.
Sehr Abbott Devereux, Rich, Matanzas.
FROM TniS PORT.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore, Febru
Sehr C E Raymond, Higgins, Boston, Februa?
UP FOR TniS PORT.
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, at New York, Feb?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York, Feb?
Sehr Daniel Brittain, Carroll, at New York, Feb?
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Tennessee. Chichester, from New
York, February 17, 3 PM.
SAVANNAH. February 17-Arrived, steamship
Alhambra, Boston; brig Marla White, Philadel?
phia; Susan B Franklin, Freeport, L L Cleared,
steamship General Barnes, New York; ship Louisa,
The bark Clara, Nichols, from Charleston for
Montevideo, was spoken Fcbraary 2, lat 33.51 N,
The brig Hampden, Perkins, from Georgetown,
S C, arrived at Martinique January 18.
The J A H Crowley, Crowley, from Bucksvlllc,
S C, was at Ponce, P R, January 25.
List of Shipping
IN THE TORT OF CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 17.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Lumsden (Br), 1481 tons, Rutter, at Boyce k co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure k co.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A co.
South carolina, 1600 tons, Adkins, at Union wharf,
for New York, ready-W. A. Courtenay.
Maryland, 631 tons, Johnson, at Union wharf, for
Ballimore, loading-Paul C Trenholm.
Missouri. 824 tons, Bradburn, at Brown k co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W B Smith
Gorilla (Br), 755 tons, Say, at Boyce1 k co's wharf,
for Liverpool, ready-R Mure A co.
R 0 Winthrop. 940 tons, Stewort, ror Liverpool, at
Atlantic wharf, loading-Patterson A Slock.
David Brown, 906 tons, Nichols, at Bennett's
wharf, for Adelaide, Australia, loading-Street
Bros k co.
Slleve Bloom (Br), 815 tons, Leask, in the Stream,
for Daricn, Ga, ready-Ravencl k co.
Bombav, - tons, Jordan. In the Stream, for Liv?
erpool, rcadv-Willis k Chlsulm.
Southern Cluer, 1218 tons, Higgins, at Atlantic
wharr, for Liverpool, loading-Willis k Chis
Skjold (Nor), 392 tons, Albrethscn, In Ashley River,
for Rio dc Janeiro, loading-It Mure k co.
La Kemba (Br), 684 tons, Brown, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry
Wetterhorn, 692 tons, Mlnott, at Brown k co's
wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Street Bros A oo.
David McNutt (Ur), 602 tons, Lockhart, at Central
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R Mure k co.
France (Fr), 605 tons, Exmclin, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Mottet, Buchet
Annie Torrey, - tons, Libby, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W Boach A co.
Warren Ordway, 430 tons, Hoyt, In the Stream,
for Baltimore, ready-J A Baslow k co.
Contest (Br), 5?7 tons, Scott, In Ashley River, for
Rio de Janeiro, loading-H F Baker A co.
Elliott Ritchie, - tons, Pung, at Accommodation
wharf, from Guanape Isles, Peru, discharging
Lilly, 412 tons, Hughes, In thc Stream, for New
York, ready-W Roach A co.
E Slnnlcksen, 275 tons, Wlnsmorc, at N E Rail?
road wharf, ror Philadelphia, loading-Risley
Abigail Haley, 267 tons, nalcy, at N E Railroad
wharr, ior Boston, ready-Risley k Creigh?
Benjamin Reed, 197 tons, Gregory. ntN E Railroad
wharr, for Bostou, loadlug-Risley A Creigh?
S II Sharp, 308 tons, Webb, ot. Central wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker k co.
Fannie H Bucklln, 241 tuns. Bucklln, in Ashley
River, for wilmington, Del, loading-J A Ens
low A co.
Anna E Glover, -tons, Ryder, at Atlantic wharf,
for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith A Son.
Oakes Ames. 290 tons, Edwards, in Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-W Roaoh A co.
Oneida, 272 tons, Davis, lu thc Stream, for Bucks
ville, S C, ready-J A Enslow k co.
Robert Caldwell, 460 tons. Mccormack, at Adger's
wharf, from New York, discharging-W Roach
Leila. 143 tons, Foss, at Palmetto wharf, for Sa
tilla. Ga, ready-J A Kuslow A co.
J B Vandusen, - tons, Young, In Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loading-.Master.
Altoona, 170 tons. Fitzgerald, at Atlantic wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-Willis A Chis?
Emily Curtis, 301 tons, Haskell, at Atlantic wharf,
Mediator, - lons, Gage, at Brown A co's wharr.
rrom Norfolk, Va, walting-West k Jones.
Ann E Caril, 299 tons, Tyler, at Marshall's wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
Chase, - tons, Gross, at Keri 's wharf, from Nor?
folk, Va, waiting-Master.
John Lymburner. 173 tons, Orcutt, at Palmetto
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-J A Ens
low k co.
Nora, 135 tons, Howes, nt Brown k co's wharf,
from Matanzas, walting-W P Hall.
.Hattie M Howos, - tons, at Kerr's wharf, rrom
Noriolk, Va. discharging-T J Kerr k co.
S k E Cerson. - tons, li rower, at Central wharr,
from Philadelphia, discharging-U F Baker
Old Chad, - tons, Mcclintock, at Brown A co's
wharf, rrom Norfolk, discharging-T Tupper
Moonlight, 190 tons, Briggs, at Palmetto wharf,
from Clenfuegos, to be repaired-J A Enslow
Four Sisters, 2fifi tons, Rhltrar, in Ashley River,
for Philadelphia, loadlug-J A Enslow k co.
Wm Flint, 250 tons, Post, nt Union wharf, from
New York, discharging-W Roacli k co.
Nicanor, 112 tons, Hannah, at Palmetto wharf,
from Havana, discharging-J A Enslow k co.
M R Mahoney, 139 tons, Anderson, at Pa.mctto
wharf, rrom Florida, walting-Master.
S B Wnceler, 294 tons, Lloyd, at Kerr's wharr,
rrom Baltimore, discharging-II F Baker k co.
M A Coombs, - tons, at Atlantic wharr, from Bal?
Jessie B Smith. - tons, Williams, at Adger's
wharf, from New York, discharging-W noach
R Peterson. - tons, English, at Atlantic wharf,
from Wilmington, Del, discharging-Master.
J T Weaver, - tons, Weaver, nt Wando Compa?
ny's wharf, from New York, discharging-W
Roach k co.
W Thompson, 91 tons, Eldridge, In Ashley River,
tor Baltimore, loading-J A Enslow k co.
A H Whitmore, - tons, Greenland, at Northeast?
ern Railroad wharf, for WUmlngton, De!,
loading-J A Kuslow k co.
A M Lee, - tons, Dukes, at Brown k co's wharr,
from New York, discharging-Master.
?gXCELSIOR IRON WORKS,
FOOT OF 14TH STREE EAST RIVER.
AND EVERY DESCRIPTION OF IRON WORK
FOR BUILDING FUTirOSES.
GEO. R. JACKSON, BTJRNET & CO.,
BRANCH OFFICE, NO. 201 CENTRE STREET.
CORNER OF HOWARD.
ADAMS, DAMON & CO., 16 BROAD ST.,
Dealers In Stoves, Ranges, Grates, ftc. Agenta
for the AutoBiatlc Washing Machine and Wringer.
ABIAR, G. W.-CHOICE DRUGS, CHB
MICALS, Surgical Instruments, Perfumeries
and Toilet Articles, 469 King, cor. Vanderhorst st.
ARCHER'S BAZAAR, 363 KING ST.,
Wholesale and Retail Notions and Fancj
Goods, 50 per cent, less than elsewhere.
ALLAN, JAMES, WATCHES, CLOCKS,
Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Platedware, Spec
tades, Fancy Goods, Ac, No. 307 King street.
BAZAAR, F. VON SANTEN, IMPGRT
ER of Paris Fancy Goods, Toys, French Con
fectionery,India Rubber Goods Ac, No. 229 King st.
CHAPIN & CO., L., MANUFACTURERS
and Dealers in Carriages, Harness, Ac,, 20
Payne, A 33A35Plnckney st.;also, 193 Meeting st.
C10RWIN & CC, WM. S., IMPORTERS
/ and Dealers in Colcc Whines, Brandies, Teas
and Groceries, Wholesale and Retail' 275 King st.
CHAFEE & CO., WM. H., WHOLE?
SALE Dealers in Groceries, Wines, Liquors,
Ac.; Agents for Exton's Crackers, 207 East Bay.
CnAFEE'S TONIC, THE BEST AND
roost pleasant Stomach Regulator extant.
Chafee A Co., No. 207 East Bay. Manufacturers.
DUVAL <fc SON, J. B., MANUFACTUR?
ERS of Tinware, Dealers in Stoves. House
Furnishing Goods, Ac., 337 King st._"
EASON IRON WORKS, ESTABLISHED
1838, Nassau and Columbus streets; Steam
Engines, Marine, Portable and Stationery. Boilers.
FOLLIN, G., TOBACCO COMMISSION
Merchant, Manufacturers' Agent for the
sale of Standard Brands, No. 151 East Bay.
FURNITURE WAREROOMS, ESTAB
LISI1ED1838. D. H. Silcox, Nos. 175,177 and
179 King st. Goods carefully packed and shipped.
p URXEY, WM., FACTOR AND COMMIS
VT SION Merchant, 102 East Bay, and 1 Accom?
GOUTEVENIER BROS., (SUCCESSORS
to A. Ililli?.) dealers In Millinery, Fancy
Goods. Toys, China. Classwarc, Ac, 237 King at.
HENERBY, WM. S., 314 MEETING ST.,
Machinist and Founder, Manufacturer of
Engines, and improved Agricultural implements.
KINSMAN & HOWELL, GENERAL
Commission Merchants, and Agents for
Mapes' Superphosphate of Lime, No. 128 East Bay.
LA CRIOLLA.-JOSE JARA, IMPOR?
TER and Manufactnrer of Havana Cigars,
Wholesale and Retail, oor. MeeUugand Market ats.
LITTLE & CO., GEO., 213 KING ST.,
sell thc cheapest and best Clothing and Fur?
nishing Goods in Charleston.
MARBLE WORKS.-THE OLD ESTAB
LISHMBNT. E. R, WHITE, Proprietor, 119
Meeting st., next old Theatre lot._
MATTHIESSEN, WM, STAR SHIRT
Emporium and Fine Clothing and Tailoring
House, Gents' Furnishing Goods, 291 King st.
"VTEUFVILLE, B. E., BLANK BOOK
J. i Manufacturer, Job Printer and Stationer, 9
Broad st. Magazines, Ac, bound in all styles.
NOAH'S ARK.-WM. McLEAN, JOBBER
und Dealer In Toys, Fancy Goods, Show Ca
sc?. Stamping A Pinking a specialty; 433 King st.
PIANOFORTE AND MUSIC STORE,
191 King St., ZOG BAUM, YOONG & CO.,
Agents for Knabe A Co. and Dnnham A Sons.
Pl IONIX IRON WORKS,ESTABLISHED
1844, John F. Taylor A Co., Engineers and
boilermakers, 4, 6, 8, io ?>nd 12 Pritchard st.
PERRY, EDWARD, 155 MEETING ST.,
Printer, Stationer, and dealer In Blank,
School and Law Books. ^_
STOLL, WEBB & CO., WHOLESALE
and Retail Dealers in Dry Goods,<No. 289 King
street, three doors below Wentworth.
S~~ COTTS' STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM
and Gents' Furnishing Room, Meetings!, op
poslicMarket Hall. AgcntfortheCliampton Brace.
S"'EAR, JAMESE., 235 KING ST., OPPO
slte llasel, Importer and Dealer In Fine Watch
es. Jewelry, Silver, Platedware. Fancy Goods, Tte
TOE GREAT SOUTHERN TEA HOUSE.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO., 275 King st., branch
House of 900 Broadway, New York._
WEBB, WM. L., IMPORTER OF CHI?
NA, Glass and Earthenware, 128 Meeting
WQILDEN& CO., WATCHES, JEWEL
ry and Silverware, 255 King st. Crockery
and Glassware at Wholesale, No. 137 Meeting ri.
4?.er tili? ere.
WILCOX, GIBBS A CO.'S
GUANO, SALT AND PLASTER COMPOUND,
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & GO,
IMPORTEES & DEALERS IN
No. Ol Bay street, Savannah.
No. 241 Broad street, Augusta.
No. 04 East Bay, Charleston.
esr Send for Circular giving prices, terms, cer
tlllcatcs, Ac. Janis tufs3mos
This BRACE, m Its peculiar construction, has_a_
the advantages1 of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES
First. It does not disarrange the Shirt Bosom.
Second. It cannot slip o?r the shoulders. Third.
There is less strain on the buttons of the pants
ihan with common Suspenders. Fourth. Each
scei lon of the pants can bc adjusted Independent?
ly. Fifth. By means of the Adjustlble Back Strap
a gentle or powerful Brace eau be obtained.
Sixth, lt attaches to the pants at the same points
that thc ordinary Suspender docs.
Sole Agent lu Charleston,
33 . SCOTT,
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODS,
Meeting street. Opposite Market Hall.
GADSDEN H A SE L L,
Charleston, S. C.
Mv Business as FACTOR and COMMISSION
MERCHANT ceases this date. Mr. P. GADSDEN
HASELL succeeds me, and I respectfully ask for
him the courtesy heretofore extended to me.
GEORGE H. HOPPOCK,
Charleston, January 31,1870. febl mwflmo
No. 291 KING STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH,
AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS
EACH QUALITY OF SHIRT IS NUMBERED.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
No. 42.$2 00
No. 62. 2 SO
No. 72. 3-4?O
NO. 92. 3 69
feb3 5moa *
10GNAC BRANDY IN CASES
A. TOBIAS' SONS, offer for sale, 300 cases, 1
dozen each, Cognac BRANDY, "Vine Growers"
brand, and three years old, in bonded warehouse.
Olotljing aub i-nrmsljing (Sopbs.
THE ADVANTAGES WE ENJOY
as the result of a long established
and successful business enables us to
offer inducements that makes this
announcement worthy of
Importing our foreign goods di?
rect, controlling many leading styles
of American fabrics, employing the
best artistic talent in the production
of our goods, and "constant progress",
our motto, we claim to lead the mar?
READY-MADE CLOTHI?IG, j
of which we keep full lines of all
grades, for Men and Boys. In
our products are unsurpassed for qual?
ity, workmanship and elegance. ?n j
GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOGGS
our stock is constantly large and
seasonable. We are the sole manu?
facturers of the
which we supply both ready-made^
and to order.
Prices uniformly low. ^
Gentlemen visiting New-York arc'
requested to call and have their
measures recorded upon our jooc?ks..
System of Self-Measurement, and
other information promptly furnished
Address P. 0. Box 2256, N. Y.
DEVLIN & CO.
febl2 2 ru os
Milliners, irancn (Boobs, Ut.
g PRING AND Sl'ADIEfi IMPORTATION
1 8 7 0.
MILLINERY AND STRAW GOODS.
ARMSTRONG, CATOR ?fe CO.,
IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF
BONNET TRIMMING AND VELVET RIBBONS.
BONNET SILKS, SATINS AND VELVETS,
BLONDS, NETS, CRAPES, RCCUES,
Straw Bonnets and Ladies' Hats, Trimmed and
Untrimmed, Shaker Hoods, Ac.
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE STREET,
OffT thc largest Stock to be found In this Cotm
/ry, and unequalled In Choice Variety and Cheap?
ness, comprising the Latest Parisian Nofkities.
Orders solicited, and prompt attention given.