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LIVERPOOL-Per ship A B Wyman-6554 sacks
Bait, to J M Fredsberg.
MATANZAS-Ter sehr R M Brooklog-99 hhds
molasses, loo bbls molasses, 125 boxes sugar, 127
ands sugar, 24,000 oranges.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Missouri-ns bales sea
Island cotton, 2482 bales upland cotton.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-73
tierces rice, los bales cotton, 164 bbls rosin, 65
bales yarn, 112 casks clay, 43 boxes dried fruit,
The Charleston Cotton. Rice and Naval
OFTICE CHARLESTON NEWS, 1
MONDAY EVENING, March 14,1670. j
COTTON.-The staple showed no material altera?
tion, the demand being in a moderate way at un?
changed figures. Sales about 350 bales, say: S at
16; 16 at 16%; 12 at 17; io at 17%; 34 at 18; 8 at
18%; ?at 19; 34 at 20; 19 at 20%; 98 at 20%; 20 at
20%; 67 at 21. We quote:
Brtlnarr tn gow! ordinal?:.... .IT <?l9>s
L6W middling.... -W?*
Strict mlddung......-.::......-.? ?
BICK.-The Inquiry Tor this gral'i was limited
?nd transactions light. Sales. 34 tierces or clean
qarollna, say ?6 tierces at 6 316; 18 at 6%c ft re.
We quote common to fair clean Carolina at 6?
*%;good5%@6c ft ft.
NAVAL STORES.-There was a moderate business
doing. Sales 178 bbls low No 1 rosin at $2 ft bbl,
and 50 bbls spirits turpentlue at 40c ft gallon.
FREI*.'HTS,-To Liverpool, c-y steam, engage?
ments are making at >,ii ? a on uplands and
l%d on sea Islands; by sall, we quote %d ft rb
on upland cotton, and Sd ft ft on sea
Island cotton. To Havre, by steam, nomi?
nal; by sail, nominal at %c on uplands
and ixe on sea Islands. Coastwise to
New York, by steam, Ss ft ft on uplands :
and Sc on sea islands; by sail, S c ft ft on up- j
lands. To Boston, by steam, nominal; by sail, s
@ ,*i c ft lb on uplands. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Xe ft ft on uplands; by sall, somewhat nom?
inal. To Baltimore, by Bteara, %?%c ft ? on
uplands; by sail somewhat nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 days bills 2O%?20%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks purchase
sight checks at par, and sell at % premium.
Outside, they purchase at par to X discount
and sell at par to s per cent, premium.
" OoLi?.-The brokers were buying at llal2 and
selling at 13@14- . [
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, March 14-Noon.-Consols 92%. Bonds
LIVERPOOL, March 14-Noon.-Cotton steady:
uplands io%d?*"Or?e?ns ll%al2%d; sales 10,000
tales! Beef lftts 6d. Lard 68 6d.
Evening.-Cotton steady. Sales 12,000 bales;
for speculation and export 2000 bales. Bread
stuffs Arm. Naval stores Armer. '
HAVRE, March 14.-Cotton opens firmer. Afloat
PARIS, March 14.-Bourse opened ?rm. Rentes
NEW YORK, Murch 14-Noon -Stocks firm.
Sterling, long 8%; short, 8%. Gold 12%. Sixty
_two's 11%. -Money easy at 5a6 per cent. Ten?
nessee sixes, ex-coupons, 60%; new 49%; Vir?
ginia sixes, ex-coupons, 71; new, 70; Missouri
sixes, ex-coupons, 92S', Louisiana sixes, old, 77;
new, 70; levees, sixes, "2%; eights, S3; Alabama
. eights, 97; fives, 70%; Georgia sixes, 84; sevens
S3; North Carolinas, old, 46%; new, 22; South
Carolina, old, 87Jf ; new, S3. Flour dull. Wheat
dull and drooping. Corn quiet. Pork quiet,
mess $25 95a20. Lard firm at I4%al4%c. Cotton
firmer at 21 %c Turpentine quiet at 44%a45c
Rosin dun at $2 05a$2 10 for strained. Freights
Evening_Cotton firmer, [ closing quiet; sales
3000 bales at 2l%c Floor rather favors buyers,
prices unchanged. Wheat dull at about lc lower;
winter red and amber Western $2 05a2 08. Cora
heavy, lc lower. Pork heavy at $26. Lard closed
heavy at 14al5c. Whiskey unchanged. Groce?
ries dull, but quiet. Naval stores dull. Freights
quiet. Money easy, more demaud at 5a6. Ster?
ling weak at 8%. Gold closed unsettle?], 12 bid.
Governments closed steady and firm; Southerns
BALTIMORE, March 14.-Cottcn firm at 21 cents.
Flour dull, low grades 'Jrm, and prices unchanged.
Wheat dull; Pennsylvania $123al 25. Corn firm at
99a94c; yellow ?ia92c Oats &3a55c. Provisions
firm. Shoulders 12al2%c Lard 15aicc. W^,skey
CINCINNATI, March 14.-Corn steady; mixed 75a
76c; white and yellow TOaSOc. Whiskey 92. Pro?
visions firm. Pork $26 25a26 50. Bacon quiet;
shoulders Ile; sides I5al5%. Lard held higher;
LOUISVILLE, March 14.-Corn unchanged. Pro?
visions heavy ; no sales. Lard, prime, tierces 15c.
SAVANNAH, March 14.-Cotton In good demand;
middling 20%a2ic; receipts 1G40; exports to Great
Britain 2670; continent 1000; coastwise 684; sales
400; stock 66,089.
NORFOLK, March 14.-Cotton, quotations nomi?
nally unchanged; low middlings I8%al9c; re?
ceipts 600 bales; exports, coastwise 736 bales; no
sales; stock 6729 bales.
MOBILE, March 14.-Cotton firm; middling2lc:
receipts 295 bales; sales lOOO bales; stock 76,523
NEW ORLEAN3, March 14.-Cotton in active de?
mand at full prices; middling 21 %a21%c; net re?
ceipts 3920; coastwise 459; total 43S5; exports to
continent 2041; coastwise 510; sales 5300; stock
HAVANA, March 5.-SUGAR_Thc sngar mar?
ket has been quiet during the wetk, owing to our
local feasts to begin wltb and the unfavorable
news from foreign markets for our produce. We
give the quotations authorized by the board of
brokers, and as reported bv Spencer: For whites
through at $5%a7% ft 100 lbs: yellows do. Nos M
to 20. at $4%a5% do; drowns. Nos ll and 12, at $4
MS do; Cucuruchos, Nos 7 to io, at $3%a3% do;
Muscovadoes at $3%a3% do; centrifugal at $4%u
4%; grocery sugars or muscovadoes have been
placed at $4a4%; molasses sugars do at S3'4'a33<
do. Shipped during thc week hence and rroin
Matanza-*. 52,205 boxes, 8017 htids, or which to the
United States and canada 11,921 boxe*, -JSCS linds,
and balance to European ports, including TIT
boxes taken for Montevideo, leaving stocks in the
two ports equal to 315.363 boxes and 22,375 li lids
against for thc same period or 1S69 of 141,765 box?
es and 9201 hhds.
MOLASSES.-Sales of muscovado at bx reals per
keg for a small cargo to be loaded here. Honey
at 56%c per gallon aud sales.
WAX.-Steadv demand; yellow $33 to $34 per
100 lbs, and $49 to $60 do.
Rex.-Common $34 to 3d per pipe ; $40 to
$41 for white, and refined at $81 to ?82 do. In
lear tobacco and cigars values commue as long
advised, and factories are fully occupied with all
the hands procurable at this time.
EXCHANGE.-Total or the week-London ?140 -
006; Paris 350,000 francs: United States currency
$364.200, and gold payuble $122,000; closing to-day
at 12 M-for London at 10% to 10% premium;
PArl3 2tol% discount; United States currency,
lo ig 14 io 13% discount: do short 13'X to 11% dis?
count; do payable in gold, long, par to 1 premi?
um; do do short 2 to 2% premium.
FREIGUTS-Matanzas, taken March 1-Ameri?
can bark Arizona, 800 hhd? sugars ror New York
at $6% each; British brig Rossetta, SCO do molas?
ses, fordo, at $3% per HO gulls, Ac; do do Cath?
erine John, boo boics and 200 hhds ?lo at $i 35
boxes, and $5% ror hhds; British bur!. Norma,4M
hhds and 200 boxes sugars and 200 hhds syrup for
do at $6 per hhd and $1% per box sugars, and
$4% per each hhd of syrup; do do Louisa Cook
900 boxes and 200 hhds sugars at $i*? and $5t?
each ; do do Mauritius, 100 boxes and 412 hhds su
gars fir do at $ % und $5% each. 3d, brig A. H.
curtis hhds and boxes or sugars for Boston
at $5% and $1% each; Norweglau bark Bril?
liant . 3000 boxes Falmouth and orders at
?21 21 Cd ; do do Asia, 2200 do for do. sum?
rate; Russian do 3600 do do do at ?2. Taken at
Matanzas, schooner Joseph Segar. ?.0 hh*s inn
40 bbls molasses Tor Philadelphia ut S3 per no ir-i
lons, Ac. awl bbls on deck at $2 each clo- do M
A. Holt, 375 hhds do do at $3 25 per do Ac 4th
brig Frontier, 400 hhds molasses, Sierra Morena
.and north Hatteras, at $4 26 per no gallons rrC
g c; do Geore-e Burnham, 600 do direct north Hat?
teras at $3 SS per do do; brig C. T. Tompkins (Br )
258 hhds sugar or C. syrup, Csibarien for New
York, at $6each. Taken at Matanzas, 3d, sehr.
Abbott Devereux (Am,) 600 hhds molasses
for New York, at $3 25 per 110 gallons, s c g c.'
This business will improve in rates for the United
States and Eui opean ports. j
New York Rice Marker.
The Journal of Commerce, of the 12th instant, I
says: Domestic is qui t. Holders are not offer?
ing much stock, but ; t present there is lery lit?
tle demand. We quote nvoices at 5%a6%c, and
imall lots or selected at %a7%c.
The World, of the same date, says: The market
Jt steady, and alair JUu. ng tra^e u?u.0. tales
of 75 tierces Carolina, at 6a7c for common to
The Times says: Rice con tin oes at declining
prices. Carolina at $5 25a6 75, currency; Rangoon,
in bond, $2 87 >?a3 25, gold, pe- ICO pounds.
Murray, Ferris ii Co.'s Naval Stores
NEW YORK, March 12.-SPIRITS TURPENTINE
Has ruled quiet, but steady at 44)?a45c for mer?
chantable, and 45>?C shippinr. with sales or
bbls, of which 900 are for export.""The Improve?
ment in gold will probably allow the execution of
further export orders and consequent redocUon
of stock, but the (Sniper or the market is adverse
to any large speculative movement. Receipts
259 bbls. Exports 608 bbls.
ROSINS.-The sales as reported foot up 21,717
bbls, (1T.0O0 are low irrades,) much of which we
believe fictitious, at $2 05a2 12>? for common to
good strained; $2 20a2 62J? for No. 2; $2 87Ka4 Tor
No. l, and $4 50a7 ror pale. The scarcity or freight
room and high rates demanded affect straiued
rosin unfavorably, but the light stock admits of
prices being maintained. Another grades aver?
age 25a50c lower than a few weeks since, and the
?,aLketJls e*,treinely dull. We quote good strained
$2 05. Receipts 8751 bbls; exports 14,673 bbl?
TAR.-The market is very dull, with s4 f5' ror
Wilmington, and $2 30a2 60 for c?an tv as
extreme range. .-'ltn touniT.83
Euston * Co.'s Cotton Report, for the
week ending March ll, 1870t
NEW YORK. March 12.-Tn our last report the
market closeU dull at22Jic for middlings. Satur?
day, the market WBB dull and prices a shade
easier. The demand was light %W? mainly for the
low grades. SaleB 2127 at ?Kc for middling.
Monday, the?parket was toll and lower, the of?
ferings were.moderate. bat sufficient to meet the
demand. SaH?s-2526, Middlings 22>?c. Tuesday,
the market was active, but at a rurther reduction
In prices, mainly owing to the decline m gold.
The offerings were liberal-fresh Raes being
thrown upon the market. Sales 4697. Middlings
21'ic. Wednesday, there was a good business
doing at easier prices, the offerings were lair
with less disposition on the part er holders to re?
alize. Sales 54S8. Middlings 21c Thursday, the
offerings were very small and Insufficient to meet
the demand. There was a better tone to the mar?
ket during the day, and closed firm at 20Jic tor
middling. Sales 4598. Yesterday, the market
opened active and higher under the advance in
gold, but suosequently became quieter. Sales
3216. Closing at 21>?o ror middling uplands. .
Tho market this week declined ljic under 4M
fall in gold to io.}*, and the continued large re?
ceipts. Yesterday, when gold .advanced to 13.
there was a bettor feeling, and a good demand
for contracts at about aoc Later In the day un?
favorable Liverpool news depressed the market,
which closed heavily at 21?c for middling. A
large part of the business or tue week has been In
contracts, which sold as low as 19c In some cases,
closing tt 19Xc ror April, May and June. Buyers
have had much difficulty In tilling orders Tor cot
tou ror immediate shipment, lt is a matter or
surprise to the trade that, with over 40,000 bales
stock, lt should be so difficult to buy ready cotton.
Liverpool has declined i?n on uplands, and l-16d
on Orleans. Tho .'sst wind still prevents arrivals,
and there are now 313,000 bales of American cot?
ton at Bea.
BOMBAT.-Exports first four days of March 14.
000 bales to Great Britain, and 6900 to the Conti?
nent. Total, from 1st January to 4th March In?
clusive, arc this year 80,000 to Great iii i tum. and
30,000 to the Continent, against 152,911 and SJ,.
418 same time last year.
?Dl'd A Fla. Mobile. N. 0. Texas.
Ordinary.". @17? @17% @18 @18.'4'
Good ordinary. @19>4' @19>? @19?? (5> >0
Low middling. @20? ?20M 021 @21'4'
Middling. @21? ?21* @22 ?22*4
Sales of the week 22,652 bales. Including 34?6 io
spinners, 807 to speculators and 16,359 to ex?
Gross receipts at this port for the week, 10,4SO
bales. Since 1st September, 508.563 hales.
Stock In Liverpool. 27l.uoo 2aa.;>4u
Afloat from India. S5.ooo 172.000
Afloat from America. 313.000 163.UO0
Steck In London. co.ooo ?5,810
Afloat for Londou. 35.000 .14.000
Stock In Havre. 74.0S0 59,578
Afloat for Havre. 3S,:;:3 lu.Jku
Stock in Bremen. 0.663 6,057
Afloat for Bremen. 23,s?;7 11.10?
Stock In United States ports- 531,5?7 387.446
Stock in thc interior towns. 101.006 SS.S-'n
To' ' .1.54S.825 1,300.737
Exec... ... visible supply_ 90V,M>8
Stock or cotton held by Manchester spinners ai
the mills now, 40,000 bales; same time ISOJ, 70.i'(io
bales. Middling Orleans-now UKall&d; then
Receipts by Railroad, Mureil il.
SOOTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
220 hales cotton, 69 bales domestics, 1C0 casks
clay. 24 bbls naval stores, 3 curs lumber, 2 ears
stock. To Railroad Agent. Grueser 4 Smith, L I)
DeSau3Surc, Wardlaw k Carew. W K Ryan. Bro?
die k co, Reeder A Davis, Dowling k co, PelZv-r.
Rodgers k co, W G Whlldcn k co. Mowry k Sui;
Clagnom. Herring k co. Watson k Hill, lt Mure'*
co, w Roach, Goldsmith k SOB, and Artu?irong
49 bales conon, 106 bbls naval stores, bags cot?
ton seed, boxes tobacco, bags pindera, cars lum?
ber, mdse, Ac. To if Bischoff k PO, Kins' 1111 A
Howell, T Samuels, W K Rvan. Miss Sanders, W
M Dillon, Reeder k DavH. Smith k Chapeau, Km
dall k Dockery, G W Williams k co. Fros' A Art
gcr. Clacius k Witte, G Foll?n. C Gr?vele;, and
Per steamship South Carolina, from New York
I H Simmons, K J Allen, W Fullgraff. Il Uro nu.
Mrs H Brown. Mrs Green and two children, Miss
CA Nichols, G H Nichols, W Miller, J Niekerson.
Rev A F Ford, W li Pierce and wife, Mrs General
Huyne, S G Palmer, Miss C F Palmer. A G Child. J
Rugheimcr, A M Donald, and J Odell.
PORT CA. L E N D A R~.
New Moon, 2d, 3 hours, 20 minutes, mornlnz.
First Qnarter. loth, 7 hours, 52 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 17th. 8 hours, 32 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 23d. ll hours. 18 minutes, eveuwg.
New Moon, 3lst, 8 hours. 37 minutes, evening.
Wednesday..! 6.. 10
Thursday- 6.. 9
Friday. 6.. 7
Saturday.... 6.. 6
Snndav. fi.. 5
IL A S.
CHARLESTON, MARCH 15.
Steamship South Carolina, Adkins, New York
len Thursday. Mdse. To Wagner, Huger k co.
W A Courtenay, J E Adger k co, MAA Ashton,
O D Ahrens ,t co. Adams Express Company. South?
ern Express Company. J D Aiken k c?. T W Bliss,
E T Brown, C Bart 4 co, Dr H Raer, il Bischoff k
co, B A co, Burmester A Zerbst, T M Bt'isloll k co.
Broch k Bro, E Bawnn. B Bates k co, J II Brown
lug, W M Bird k co, J H Beckman, Bennett k co.
B O'Neill, J C H Ciau6sen. T M Cater. W Carring?
ton k co, Cameron, Barkley k co, J Commins, L
Cohen k co, Crane, Bovlston k co, R k AP Cald?
well, T M C, Ciaclus k Witte, G S Cook. C D Carr
k co. Chapeau k Heffron. L Ellas, Chatt?eul k
Rockwell, J E Campbell, W C Dukes k co. J & V
R Dawson, P Dorsey. Dowle, Moise k Davis. J L
Engte, C D Fraucke, J s Fairly k co, D F Fleming
k co, Furchgott B?ps, C Graveley, Forsj the, Mc?
comb k co, C Goldstein, P L Guiilcmln, ll B k co,
Graniteville Manutscturlng Company, D B Hasel
tine, J H Hillen, J W ila. rtsson, J k Heath, John?
ston, Crews k co, Holmes' Book House, J Jara, C
H Johnson, B Johnson. Jennings, Tliomlinson k
co, J A co, W D C Kracke, C Kerrlsou, A Langer,
Klinck, Wtckenberg k co, Laurey k Alexander.
W J Lee. D Lopez k Son, A C Lopez, J B L. Leng
nick, Sell A Foster, Mills House, J H Mensing, W
A Mehrten?, McLoy & Rice, W Matthlcssen, agenr,
J G MUnor k co, Muller, Nimitz & co, M A B, N II
Morgan, J Marlo, Menke A- Muller, Mrs C Mackey,
A J Moses. NS i W, BC N, BK NeufviUC, Oak
Pine Mines, S A Nelson. B O'Neill. E J oliver, C P
Poppenheim. J S 4 E Pierson, W H Welch. Palmer
k Phall, J It Pringle k Son, W p Russell, Rogers k
Harris, J R ugh elmer, J R Read k co. G W Stei
rens, J E Spear k co, A R Stillman, W Shepherd
4 co, W Steele. B B Stoddard A co. Strauss A
Vance, W U Smith 4 co, M Schwartz, E Scott. S C
Railroad Company, N E Railroad Company, St oil,
Webb A co, J Shaw. SBA co. J F Taylor A co, li
Thomas, Miss Mary Tyrell, J H Thompson A co. V
von Samen, J ll V?llers, C Voigt. Walker, Evans
A Cogswell, West Point Mills. L Weiskopf. J W 4
C. D C Wilson. G W Williams A co. n ll Williams,
W J Yates, Mrs General Wayne, J Odell, and
Shackelford 4 Kelly.
Bark A B Wyman, Wyman, Liverpool-sailed
January io. Salt, earthenware and mdse. To W
B Smith 4 co, W c Bee A co, W L Webb, Bavencl
A co, J M Fredsberg, and otneiv.
Sehr ll G Hand; Hand. BalUmorc-5 days.
Corn, oats, flour, Ac. To T J Kerr A co, Mordecai
A co, Crane, Boy ls ton A co, E H Stelling, Steu
house A co, R M Butler 4 Sou, and W B Smith
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell. Baltimore-6 days.
Guano. To thc Master, and Railroad Agent. Was
off Ball's on Friday last, but was blown off.
Sehr R M Brooking, Douglass, Matanzas-<?
days. Sugar aud molasses. To W P Hall. Wu?
off this bar on Saturday, but was blown to sea.
Sehr Montana, Parker. Portland, Me-13 days.
Hay and Isnd-plaster. To M Goldsmith A Son" T
Tupper A Son, and J N Robson.
Sehr George Washington, Plnkham, Havana-4
days. Oranges, bananas, 4c. To C Bart A co.
Sehr Ann s Deas. Garbaii. West Point Mill. 45
.tierces rice. To Porcher A Henry, Coheu, Hanckcl
4 co, and J L Shepherd.
Steamer Planter. Foster. Cheraw and Landings
on Peedee River. 92 bales upland cotton. 14 tea
2??L*n2 IAN(LR,?E!; To Ravenel 4 Holmes. L ?
Mo* ry 4 Son, G W Williams 4 co, G ll Walter A
Fhll?1 \??*eT' ^ckeirord 4 Ke?y, Barden
4 Parker. Kirkpatrick 4 Witte, and Order
Sloop Fenian. Jones. Wllltown. 1300 bushels
rough rice. To W C Bee 4 co.
Ship Missouri, Bradburn, Lh erpooi-W B Smith
Sehr Governor Barton, Steelman, Jacksonville.
Sehr Lugano, Johnson, Fernandina
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Tennessee. Chichester, Kew York,
Steamship Charleston, Berry. New York, March
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, Baltimore. March
SrijAE Larrabee, Wardsworth, Wilmington,
Brig Croton, Bickmore, Cardenas, March 1.
Sehr Nicanor, Hannah, Wilmington, N C, March.
Sehr Abbott Devereux, Rich, Matanzas, Febru?
Sehr Norah, Hawes, Matanzas, February 26.
fcc hr Emily Curtis, Haskell, Matanzas, March 2.
?P FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Jed die, Trott, at Philadelphia, March ll.
Sehr Mary Limeburner. Lansil, at Havana,
Sehr Carlton Jayne, Brown, at Baltimore.March
Sehr H G Bird, Drinkwater, at Baltimore, March
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Spanish [brig Gabriel'* Pages, at Havana,
March 2, '
Consignees per Steamship Zodiac from Phila?
delphia, expected to-day-Jno A Theo Getty, S C
Railroad Ag?iit, Kinsman A Howell, L Ellas. H
Blatte A c??, J Cosgrove, B O'Neill, T M Cater, H
T Peaks, A H Hayden, H F Baker k co, Claclus A
Witt* c L Kornahrens, Dowie, Moise A Davis, F
OpdebeecF. J H V?llers, Cameron, Barkley A co, J
C H Claussen, Goodrich, Wineman k co, Douglass
A Miller, T W Bliss, W S Corwin k co, B Johnson
A co, Kllnck, Wlckenberj; A co, D Paul A co, i> A
Amme, J Hurkarap A co, N E Railroad Agen'" J D
Aiken A co, Claghorn, Herring A co, P Cohen, G
W Williams A co. W Brookranks. F K Euee, E H
Jackson, A Duncan k Son, F von Santeu, Macdui!
Cohen, J M Caldwell A Son, T P Waring, H Gerdts
A co, M H Nathan, Fogartle's Book Store, A Mel
chers, B S Rhett A Son, J M Greer, W Gurney, W
Marscher, Il Bischoff A co. Muller, Nimitz .& co, J
Russell, Mantouc * co, Weiner A Ducker, Boll
Hiann Bros, J H Renncker, W C Bec A co, Jeffords
& co, Budd & Blake, Dr H Baer. G J Lunn, Savan?
nah and Chartesion Railroad Company, F C Bor?
ner, J Stciber, Walker, Evans A Cogswell. H Bul
wlnkle A co, J H Abrahams, W Ferguson, J N M
Wohl tm au a, -and J S Fairly A co.
Thc sehr Allen Middleton, Jr, Ames, from
Georgetown, S C, for New Haven, arrived at Nas?
sau, N P, february 2lst, In distress, with loss of
Jlbboom<aod other damage. Thi3 vessel was sup
posed tc have been lost.
Thc sehr John E Daly. Will, from Georgetown,
S C, arrived at New York March ll.
.:' n LIST OF VESSELS
JCT,*" Cl.KA KED AND SAILED FOR THIS TORT.
FOR E*G N . '
KKW FORT, ENG.
The Island Queen. Brook, sailed.Jan lfi
The Nannie T Bell, Ackley. sailed.Feb 10
The Edith, Chegwidden, sailed.Jan CO
British bark Wm Fisher, Barney, sailed....Feb 14
Spanish brig Gabriella, Pages, cleared.. .March 2
Sehr Mary Limeburner, Lansil, up.March 6
Sehr Ida Bella. Fisher, up.Feb 28
Sehr C B Ravmond, Higgins, cleared-March 9
?=chr Carrie Mctvln, Slater, cleared.March 0
Sehr S N Smith, Smith, up.March 9
Sehr S H Woodbury, Woodbury, cleared.March 9
sehr Commodore Kearney, Philbrook, up..Feb 24
Sehr Ma Birdsall, Rirdsali, cleared.Feb 25
Sehr Marian Gaee. Shepherd, cleared... .March 2
*chr Georgia, Brier, up.March 3
Sehr Z Steelman,-, up.March 5
Sehr Eclipse. Thompson, cleared.March 6
Sehr C S Edwards. Corson. cleared.March 5
Sehr E II Naylor. Nn-lnr. up.March 7
Srhr Samuel L Bussell. Smith, cleared..March 0
Sehr Palma. Bankin, np.March 9
Sehr Mund Webster.-, up.March lu
Sehr Centnil America.-. un.March in
Sehr S II Woodbury, Woodbury, cid.March ll
Steamship Zodiac, nines, cleared.March io
Sehr Anulo S (?nsklll. Gaskill, cleared.... March in
Sehr Anna Little. Crawford, up.March 7
Sehr EA Hooper, Champion, cleared... March io
Sehr Jeddic, Trott, up.Moren ll
Sehr H G Fav. Prescott, np.March IO
Sehr W II Thorndike, Hall, cleared.March s
Sehr L W RnnnflP Bun nell, cleared.Feh ls
Sehr Serene. Jotw?, cleared.Feb 13
Sehr Georgia. Brier, el-ared.March 10
Sehr Carlton Jane. Brown, up.March ll
Sehr lt C Bird, Drinkwater, up.March ll
Sehr Dr Kane, Dodge, cleared.Feb 24
Sehr D Talbot, Amcsbu y, sailed.March 5
?pOR PHILADELPHIA AND BOSTON.
The Steamship ZODIAC. Captain ^?S?e?.
Hines, will leave North Atiaut.c Wliarf ^ayvste?
on THURSDAY, March 17th, at - o'clock.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JOHN A THEO. GETTY,
mchl4 North Atlantic Wharf.
VESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTICE.
Captains and Stewards are respect-^rfi&i.
nilly Invited to call and examine nip'^ffiiffiftf
quality and prices of our COODS. Full weight
guaranteed. Delivered free of expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Uusel,
Charleston, S. C.
eC5T Brunch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
rpRAVELLERS PASSING THROUGH
CHARLESTON EN BOCTE TO FLORIDA
And other places, should lay tn their ^ABNsv
supplies of Clarets, Champagnes, <'nr-~JLJ???-?
dials, Brandies, Whiskies Wines, Canned suupf
and Meats, American and English Biscuits, De?
villed Ham, Tongue, Lobster, Durham Smoking
Tubacco and Imported Sega rs.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King street, opposite Hasel,
Charleston, S. C.
Branch of No. 900 Broadway, corner 20th street.
New York. septtj flinns
JNLAND ROUTE-FOR SAVANNAH VIA
BEAUFORT AND SEABROOK'S LANDING,
HILTON HEAD, TWICE A WEEK.
The steamer PILOT BOY, Captain C. _
Carroll White, will saw for Savan-?Kja__
nah via Beaufort every SUNDAY undruuKsUAV
MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
On the Sunday's trip she will touch?t Chtsolra's
and PnclQc Landings, going and returning, am!
will touch at Bluffiuu, (toing and returning, every
alternate Thursday. Returning will leave Savan?
nah every MONDAY and FRIDAY AFTERNOONS, at
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN * CO.. Agents,
Iun29_South Atlantic. Wharf.
Jp OR PAL AT KA, FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH. FERNANDINA JACKSON
Vit t JS AND LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVE?.
Steamer "DICTATOR," Captain - -c?r"*w
George E. McMillan, salis every???&??S?
TUESDAY EVENING at S o'clock.
Steamer "CITY POINT." Captain Fenn Peck,
sails every FRIDAY Kv EN INO BX S o'clock. Con?
necting wlUi Steamer STARLIGHT for Enterprise.
Through Tickets and through Bills of Lading
for Freight given.
J. 1). AIKEN A CO., Agents,
jana South Atlantic Wharf.
OR GARDNER'S BLU FF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
PEEDEE RIVER, VIA GEORGETOWN.
Tlie Steamer PLANTER. Captain TfT^s
J. T. Foster, i* now receiving freight '.j^jp'TTT*^
al Accommodation Wharf, and will leave un
TniKsoAY .MORNING, thc nth institut, at 5
Freight and wharfage must be prepaid.
For Freight or Passage, having stateroom ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVEN EL A HOLMES.
mchl5 2D40 No. 177 East Bav.
ROCKVILLE, ENTERPRISE, AND WAY LAND?
The steamer ST. HELENA, Cap- _ . yff^0^
tain II. D. Elliott, will leave as above?sg??ihiE2??
TO-MORKOW MORNING, at 4 o'clock, uuilitdistu
THURSDAY MORNING, at 3 o'clock.
Freight received THIS DAV until Bonser.
JOHN H. MURRAY,
Tlie Steamer leaves again WEDNESDAY MORN
ma, March 23, at 8 o'clock, and Edisto THURSDAY
MORNING at 8 o'clock. mchi5 l*
"pOR FORT SUMTER.
The MOUNT PLEASANT FERRY -riT^S
STEAM KR will leave as above, from fcgSfiBHG
Market Wharf, foot of Market street. THIS DAY,
at 12 o'clock, returning at half past 2 o'clock.
JUllS M. MPI'R v Y.
mchl5 l* Market Wharf.
The Schooner MONTANA, Captain Par?
ser, having the larger portion of her heaw ^_.
cargo engaged, wants light .freight to All, and
will sall with dispatch. For freight engagements
apply to MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON,
mchl5 tnths3_? Agents.
The fine Schooner H. W. GODFREY,
Sears, Master, having all her heavy freight^ .
engaged and going on board, wants light freight
For engagements, apply to
J. A. ENSLOW A CO.. Ship Brokers,
mchl5 2 Ko. 141 East Eay.
jyj EECHANTS' LINE.
FOR NEW YORK.
The Regular Packet Schoone;t- N. W.
SMITH, Tooker, Master, hav^g a large
part of Cargo engaged, wm be dispatched
For balanoe engagements, apply to
WILLIAM ROACH & CO.,
mchl5 3 Agents.
fi? Stw Al favorite Bark ANNIE _
TORREY, Libby, Master, having two-SBB
thirds of her cargo engaged and going on boar
will #ave prompt despatch.
For balance apply to
fcb21 mtus WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
jp OR BALTIMORE OR PHILADELPHIA
The Schooner EMMA B. SHAW, Shaw
Masrer. For Freight engagements or chart-:_
er, apply to WILLIS A CHISOLM,
mchio North Atlantic Wharf.
pOR NEW YORK-THURSDAY.
THE Al SIDE-WHEEL STEAMSHIP
tj, SOUTH CAROLINA,
- Adkins, Commander, will sall for^s^ce*.
New York on TITITRSDAT, March nth ^CfflJMMg
at half-past 4 o'clock P. M.. from Pier No. 2,
Union wharves, connecting with day Passenger
Trains from Columbia and Augusta, arriving at 4
Through Bins Lading Trill be Issued for Cotton
to LIVERPOOL, HAVRE, Boston and the New
Englaud Manufacturing Cities.
Freight on Sea Island Cotton, %c; Upland, #c;
Rice, $1 oo per cask.
Insurance by thc Steamers of this line X per
For Freight engagements, or passage, having
very superior stateroom accommodatlons.all new?
ly furnished, apply to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No.
26 Broad street, or to WM. A. COURTENAY,
No. 1 Union Wharves. mch!4 4
jpOR NEW YORK -ON TUESDAY.
The First Class Side-wheel Steamship ^fjfififc,
JAMES ADGER, T. J. Lockwood. Com-2?M?M?
mander, of the New York and Charleston Steam?
ship Company's Une, will leave Adger's South
Wharf on TUESDAY, thc 16th instant, at 4 o'clock
4S~Thc Steamers of this Line are handsomely
and ce raf ort abi v fitted np for passengers, and
their tables are supplied with all thc delicacies
of thc New York and Charleston markets.
SS- Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston and the New England manufac?
esr Insurance by this Line hair percent.
SS- The Side-wheel Steamship CHAMPION fol?
lows on SATURDAY, the 19th instant, at s o'clock
P. M. JAMES ADGER A CO.,
Agents N. Y. and C. Steamship Line,
Corner Adger's Wharf and East Bay,
mchl4 2 Bp Stairs.
BALTIMORE, PHILADELPHIA, BOS?
TON, AND THE CITIES OF TUE NORTH?
TURO UGH RILLS OF LADING GIVEN FOR
COTTON TO BREMEN.
The fine Steamship "SEA GULL,"
Dutton, Commander, will sall for Bal-J_
Omore on TUESDAY, the 16th March, at 4 r. M.
Thc "MARYLAND" Will follow OU SATURDAY,
O^Irsurance by the Steamers of this Une a
per cent, to Baltimore and Philadelphia. To Bos?
ton X' Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional expense for Induran ce.
USrConslgnees by this line arc allowed ample
time to sample and sell their Cottons from thc
lluilroad Depot In Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENIIOLM, Agent,
i?chl4 2 . No. 2 Union Wharves.
OPENING OF THE SAVANNAH AND
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
MILL STREET DEPOT. }
CUARLBSTO.V, March io, 1S70. J
On and arter FRIDAY, 11th March, there will bc
DAILY COMMUNICATION between Charleston
and Savannah. Passenger trains will run as fol?
Leave Charleston. 8.30 A. M.
Ar ive In Savannah. 3.00 P. M.
Leave Savannah.11.00 A. M.
Arrive In Charleston. fi.on P. M.
C. S. GADSDEN,
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
NORTHRASTEKH RAILROAD COUPANT, J
CUARLKSTON, S. C., March ll, 1870.)
On and after SUNDAY next, the 13th. instant, the
following Schedule will bc run by the Trains on
this Road :
Leave Charleston.9.30 A. M.
Arrive at Florence.a.00 P. M.
Leave Florence.11.16 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.00 P. M.
THROUGH NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.0.30 P. M.
Arrivent Florence.12.00, Midnight.
Leave Florence.1.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.7.30 A. M.
Both ot these Trains make close connection
wirti thc Through Trains to thc Northern Cities.
Thc Night Express will not run on Sundays.
The Trains on the Cheraw and Darlington Rail?
road connect with thc Day Express to and rrom
Charleston. S. S. SOLOMONS,
mchll io Superintendent.
OUTU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CUARLESTON, S. C., Sept. 15, 18(19. j
On and after Thursday, September 16, the Pas?
senger Trains on thc South Carolina Railroad will
run as follows:
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M
Arrive nt Angusta.4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Mem?
phis, Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery
and Grand Junction.
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 p. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester
Railroad, and Camden train.
Leave Augusta.-.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
Leave Columbia.7.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M.
AUGUSTA NIG UT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.0.10 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis. Nashville
nd New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.40 A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) willi Greenville
and Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednes?
days and Fridava willi Charlotte and Soulh Caro?
Leave Columbia.5.50 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.2.50 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.25 A. M.
Camden and Columbia Passenger Trains on
Mos DA vs, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS, ?iud be?
tween Camden and Ringville daily, (Suudavs ex?
cepted,) connects with up and dawn Day Pas
sengers at King ville.-.
Leave Camden.0.35 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.1.45 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.coo p. M.
(Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
aeptis General Superintendent.
?HUPEIN & WINZLER,
OFFICE NO. 276 KING [BTR "KT.
no vi 3 fimos
OUTB CAROLINA GROCERY
much of Wo. 900 Broadway, Corner Twentieth Street, New York.)
WM. S. CORWIN & CO.,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES,
AND IMPORTERS OF
CHAMPAGNES, WINES, BRANDIES, &c.,
NO. 275 KING STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
SOLB AGENTS FOR THE
W. S. C. CLUB-HOUSE GIN, URBANA CHAMPAGNE CO.,
ATMORE'S CELEBRATED MINOE-MEAT, -
i jj STREET "I
L AGUA Y RA,
RRAND'G FRERE'S MF.DOC
Johnston A Son's Medoc
Johnston A Sou's St. LouLes
Ksehcimucr A Co.'s L'uunuc
..M. Julien Medoc
Chateaux La Rosa
Lyucli St. Julien, L. A C.
La Crobc Blanche
: Chateaux I'aliicit
English and Scotch Ales.
FULTON MARKET BEEF,
MOLT A CHANDON GREEN SEAL
Ve Clicquot P?nsardln
Piper A Co.'s Hcldselck
Bouche, Fils A Co.'s cabinet
B. F. A Co.'s Napoleon Cabinet
B. F. A Co.'s Carte Blanche
U. F. * Co.'s Dry Verzenay
G. H. Mutnm's Verzenays
J. Mumin's Private Slock
BORER'S, RUSS', ST. DOMINGO, nOSTETTER'S, ANGOSTURA, DUNHAM'S. STOUGIITON, AND
DRAKE'S PLANTAI ION BITTERS;
Hermetically Scaled MEATS, Suups, Fish, Ntgc'abies aud Pratts, of every variety, by thc can,
(?uzun or crise
Borden's, Leibeg's and Tonrtelot's EXTRACT OF BEEF.
PRESERVES, Jellies, Jams and Brandy Fruits,
English Sauces, Pickles, *?alad Oil. '
Capers, Spanish and French O?VCF.
Patle and Terrine de Fol G rax,
Anchovies, Anchovy Paste,
Wainui,'tomato and Mushroom Catsnps,
PEPPER SAUCE, Currie Powder,
Lemon and Orgeat Syrups, .
Macearon! and Vermicelli.
Families, Hotels and Vessels supplied at waui.caALK PRICES In purchasing by the pnewnge. All
Goods warranted, and FULL WEIGHT guaranteed. Wc will tic picaneo to furnish a List o? Prices to
those who may write for the articles and quantity desired. Ouods delivered to all parts of the City,
Railroad Depots and Steamboats, FREE OF CH A ?ti; t'.
SS- TERMS CASH, OR CITY ACCEPTANCE. Send for one of our Catalogues of Merchandise.
GEORGE H. GRUBER..S. E. BEDFORD.J. S. MARTIN.
Accountant.WM. u. MOOD, Jr.
0 T T E R E R
S I il P It O V E D
PLANTE It .
This PLANTER has been used wi!h great suc-ess for Hi? past three years. It makes, sows and
covers four trenches at onoe. Thc driver can see thc work while riding, and Hie wheels allow the
outer drills to run as near the ditches as may bc desired. It only needs to hu examined to satisfy
any planter of its superior advantages. A silver medal was awarded at the South Carolina Agrl
cjltural and Mechanic'. Society Fair. Manufactured and for sale by
WILLIAM: K. IIENEREY, .
MACHINIST AND FOUNDER, No. 314 ME ETI NC STREET,
m lil tnHislmo Chnrlfston.P. C.
-l/fOXROE'S IMPROVED ROTARY I1AKI1CW?, PULVERIZERS AND HR A IN
JJX CoVERERS.-Adapted to any kind of ground, n-niih or smooth: save time and money; ue\er
ciog: not easily out of order, and arc fur superior m mtv ?flier HARROW now in use.
FORD'S EXCELSIOR CULTIVATORS fur one and two h:>r-:cs.
WAGONER AND MATTHEW K'S IMPROVED RICK DRILL.
TUE "RICE BIRD''REAPER. FOR IIAKVESTTING RICE,
THE BUCKEYE TWO-HORSE CULTIVATOR,
And other Improved Agricultural Implements for sale at Mauulactory Prices, freight added, by
J. E. AUGER A CO.. Sole Agents,
fcb21 ttitlialmo Charleston, S. C.
AGENCY TRANSFERRED TO .
HART & CO.,
No. 30 HA YXE STREET, AND CORSER KING AND ,'I.IRKET STREETS,
CHARLESTON. 8. C.\
OS- A FULL ASSORTME?T CONSTANTLY ON HAND AT MANUFACTURER'S PRICES,
p A L .11 E T T 0
WHITE LEAD, ZINC" AND COLOR WORKS,
TVo. 1 PHILADELPHIA H^EKEET,
CHARLESTON, SOUTH CAROLINA.
THE ABOVE WORKS ARE NOW IN FULL OPERATION AND PREPARED TO SUPPLY THE
Trade and Consumers with LEADS, ZINCS and COLORS, of every grade and superior qualities, at
NEW YORK PRICES.
HOLMES k CALDER, Proprietors,
XeblO Ui3tuDlC2mo No. 205 EAbT BAY STREET.
phate of Ijixne.
FOR COTTON, CORN, VFHBAT, VEGETABLE
ALL OP TTS PHOSPHATES are in a condition to
become quickly SOLUBLE in the poll, and avail?
able t? the crop. The animal matter, blood and
flesh, yielding ammonia, produce an early start
and vigor?os growth, enabling the plants to ap?
propriate tba Phosphates and other valuable in?
grediente m the fertilizer for the complete devel?
opment of the lint and seed of cotton, grain of
wheat and crops generally. Sold by
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
General Agents, No. 128 East Bay,
febl tntbSmos Charleston, S. C.
WILCOX. GIBBS &-<0. ?S.
GUANO, SALT. AND TLASTER- C0M7H5?NTJ?.
for sale by
WILCOX, GIBBS & 00,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS LY
i. No. 91 Bay street; Savannah.
No. 241 Broad street; Angosta.
No. 64 East Bay, Charleston.
BS* Send for Circular giving prices, terms, cer?
tificates. Ac. janis runtime*
SOLUBLE SOUTH SEA UUAN.Ot
RHODES' GROUND GYPSUM!
.esr Circulars with detailed statements furnish?
ed on application to the General Agents.
? B. S. RHETT & SON,
Charleston, South enrollas.
31 A T T II I ESSE N ,
?r^wii^iMkil U*flau*' . ? ?. - y ? r-- ,
No. 291 KING STREET, CORNER WENTWORTH*
AGENT FOR THE MANUFACTURERS
EACH QUALITY OF SU i RT IS NUMBERED-.
PRICES AS FOLLOWS:
No. 42.$2 00
No. 62. . 2 60
No. 72. 3 00
No. 92. 3?0
II E CHAMPION DE AC E.
This BRACE, ta Its peculiar construction, has.a_
the advantages of
SUSPENDERS AND SHOULDER BRACES
First. It does noi disarrange the Shirt Bosom.
Second. It cannot slip o:r thc shoulders. Tblrdt
There ix less strain on the buttons bf the panta
?han with commou Suspenders. Fourth. Each,
section orthennntscan he adjusted Independes:
ly. Fifth. By "niions of the Atljustiblc Pacx Snap
a gentle or powerful Brace caa bc obtained
Sixth, lt attaches to the pants alJtuc same pointa
[ that the ordinary Suspender doea?
Sole Agent In Charleston,
E . SCOTT.,
SHIRTS AND FURNISHING GOODSV
Meeting street. Opposite Market Hall.
MUSIC DEALER, Plano Tuner, Teacher of Vio?
lin, Flute and Guitar. Repairer of Musical lstru
Hitchcock's Five and Ten cents Music always
BALLS AND PARTIES furnished with the bf st
and most fashionable Music lately received trom
Europe at moderate prices. Apply at No. 449
King street, four doors above Calhoun.
oct 12 tuimthfimos