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riXAJfCJAZ AND COMM BB Ol AL.
Tiie Charit ? t on Stock and Bond Market.
M A RI KT YAIXK OF TDK STOCKS, BONDS AND OTHER
SECURITIES CALLXV AT THE CHARLESTON STOCK
BOAJU), FOB TUE WEEK ENDING OCT. 13, 1870.
$m bl is ti ed offlclall y by au thorlty of S t oct Board.]
OOM.....:. is* ia
Southern Bank Bills.
Bank of Camden. 40
Bank or Chester. ?
Bank of Georgetown....-. jj"
Bank or Hamburg. ?*
Bank or South Carolina. w
Bank or State of South Carolina,
prior to 1861..".. **
Sank of State of South Carolina,
aiier 1st Jannary, 1861. 36 33
Commercial Bank, columbia. la
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 05
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Chai Jes toa. 02
Merchants'Bank, Cheraw. OS
Planters' Bank, Fairfield.?. 0
State Bank, Charleston. 0
Sf ?te Securities.
StatDBondSjOM......;.;.. .. 78 00
Mate Bonds, issue of 1867. SO OJ
State Bonds, for randing bank notes .. 60 oo
State Bondis, for conversion or se?
curities. 63 oo
State Stock, old. esoo
State Stock, new.:. so 00
S. C. Railroad and Bank Stock. 40 00 39 00
S. C. Railroad Stock. 40 00 S900
S. 0. Railroad six Per Cent. Bonds.. nominal
S. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent.
Northeastern Railroad Stock (capi?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre?
Northeastern Railroad First Mort?
gage Bonds, 8Per Cent...:....... 87 oo 86 60
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8Per Cent. nominal
Northeaste\i Railroad certificates
of Indebtedness. nominal
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 3500 2600
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Fl vs t Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. nominal
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
* Per Cent. State guaranteed
Charleston an'' Savannah Railroad
6 Per Cent, state guaranteed
Bonds. 68 00 57 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Co. btock. 160 I
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
: Per Cent. State guaranteed
Greenville and columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds nominal
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Bonds...... 33 oo
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. Certificates of Indebt?
Cheraw and Darllngtcn Railroad
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 90 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. nominal
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
certificates of Indebtedness. nommai
Charlotte,: Columbia and Angosta
Railroad Stock. nominal
Charlotte, Colombia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage Bonds.. 85 00
Spartanbnrg and Union Railroad
State gnaranteed Bonds. nominal
Blue RlJge Railroad First Mortgage
Bonds. 66 00
Laurem> Railroad 7 per cent. State '
Guarani eed Bonds. nommai
City Railway Stock.1. 6100
City of Charleston Six Per Cent.
Stock. 47 00
City or Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent. Bonds.. 65 00
City or Colombia 6 Per Cent. Bonds,
past du*. 86 00 82 00 |
City or Comraoia 7 Per Cent. Bonds. nominal
Fir-it "National Bank of Charleston
People's National Bank StocS..,....103O0
?Union Bank Stock. 650 doo
^onth Carolina Loan and Trust
People's Bank Stock. ?. 4 62
Planters' and ilc.hanica' Bank
Stock. 2 50 2 00
Bank of Charleston Stock. 23 75 20 6t
Carolina National Bans Stock. nominal
Bank or Newberry Stock. nominal
Bank of Camden Stock. nommai
Granltevllle Manufacturing Com?
pany Stock., 75 08
Langley .Manufacturing Company
Batesvllle Manufacturing Company
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 21 00 20 00
Charleston Mining ard Manufac?
turing Company Stock. 140 00 ..
Wando Mining and Manufacturing
Company Stock. nommai
Sulphuric Acid and Superphos
pnate Company Stock. nommai
Marine and River Mining and Man?
ufacturing Company Stock. 70 00 ..
Atlantic Mining and Manufacturlng
Company Stock. 105 00 90 00
Palmetto Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company stock. par
Cbicora Mining and Manufactur?
ing Company Stock. par
.< Free List.
State of Georgia 6 per cent. Bonds,
old.;.. 77 00
State or Georgia 7 per cent. Bonds,
old..'. M 8?P?
8iate or Georgia 7 per cent. Bonds,
D?w. 88 00
Qtr or savannah T per ceut.Bonds,
old. - "?o
City of Savannah 7 per cent. Bonds, rr
new. .. 78 00
City of Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds,
old. 73 00
City of Augusta 7 per cent. Bonds,
new.? ' nominal
City of Macon 7 per cent. Bonds.... nominal
City or Columbus 7 per cent. Bonds. nominal
City ol Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
p- ol d. 55 00
City of Memphis 6 per cent. Bonds,
new. .. 53 00
City or Memphis 6 per cent. En
T doned Bonds. nominal
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
Stock. 8 00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. First Mortgage Bonds .. 84 00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad
7 per cent. Second Mortgage Bonds .. 70 00
City or Atlanta S per cent. Bonds... nominal
Macon and Western Railroad Stock. 108 00 ..
Central Railroad or Georgia Stock.. nominal
Georgia Railroad Stock. nominal
Macon aud Augusta Railroad 1st
Mortgage 7 per cent. Bonds. nominal
Macon and Augusta Railroad 1st
Mortgage 7 percent. Bouda, en?
Macon and Brunswick Railroad
State Endorsed Bonds, 7 per cent. nommai
Montgomery and West Point Rail?
road, lat Mortgage 8 per cent. aominal
Sullivan's Island and Mount Pleas?
ant Ferry Company StOCk. 85 00 ..
Money ia demand at the rate or 18 to'24 per
cent, per annum.
Exports for the Week ending Oct. 13.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Kathleen-1565
bales upland cotton, 76 tons phosphate, 1 ton pal?
metto leaves.. .Per British bark Vinco-1400 bales
upland cottou, 75 tons phosphates.
Nsw YORK-Per steaiishlp Charleston-1543
bales cotton, 97 tierces rice, 45 bales domestics.
10 bundles paper, 27 packages sundries, 3 horses
1 wagon.....?er steamship South Carolina-3
bags sea Island .cotton, 2215 bales upland cotton,
io bales yarn, 129 tierces rice, 76 bbls flour, 22
hags fruit.._Per steamship Champion-17 bags
sea island cotton, 2176 bales upland cotton, 77
bales domestics, 100 bbls rosin, 32 bundles paper,
13 packages sundries.Per sehr My rover-604
bales'upland cotton. 100 bbls turpentine, 146
casks clay, 50 empty ale barrels, 7 packages hard
ware, 28 barrels oil....Fer sehr Wapella-101,000
feet timber, 85,000 feet plank.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman
70 tierces rice, 673 bales cotton, 62 bales yarn, 4
bales hides, 4SI bbls rosin, l-l sacks fruit; and sun
dries.Per sehr Benjamin Gart side-too tons
phosphate rock-Per sehr Mary HStockham
350 tons phosphate rock.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland-433baleB
cotton, 81 tierces rice, 120 obis rosin. 41 bbls EU
wan Fertilizers, 22 bales and 1 hhd hides, 29 rolls
leather, 26 tons iron, 2000 feet lumber, and sun
The Charleston Market.
[FOR TBE WEEK ENDINO OCTOBER 13.] I
THE CROPS'-A large portion or the past week
was dry, and favorable to harvesting; crop
gathering consequently continued satisfactory.
Tue general InteUlgence or the plant has been of
a character to encourage the belief that the yield
will be good.
THE RECEIPTS.-The supplies at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 68,949 bales in
contrast with 55,672 the week pr?tions, and 60,022
for the period last year. At New Orleans the
arrivals were 17,84t, against 22,039 the season pre?
vious. The total receipts at the ports from Sep?
tember 1, 1870, up to the latest mall Intelligence
were 206,484 bile?, against 214,851 baleB last sea
son, snowing a decrease of 8367 bales. The arrivals
at the chief Southern centres, from September 1,
1870, up to the latest telegraphic Intelligence, have
been as follows :
Sew Orleans, October 12. 64.464 81,292
Mobile, October 12.23,524 31,821
Savannah, October 12.....89,759 70,384
Charleston, October 12.86,421 34,396
Galveston, October 12.....8,401 14,216
Norfolk., October 12...18,312 23,583
The following are the receipts of cotton at
the chief Southern markets from October 6 to
12, 1870. as reported by telegraph. This Includes
all points bat North Carolina and overland:
Oct 6.4137.......Oct 7.. .41821
Oct 8.2487..Oct 10... .5093 119,826
Oct ll.2120.Oct 12. .. 1827 J
Oct 6. 939.Oct 7.1
Oct 8.1377.Oct 10... 1279 >? 6,309
Oct ll.2180..MU 12.... 534J
Oct 6.2678.Oct 7....4976]
Oct 8 .3761.Get 10... 4911 ?25,302
Oct ll.4616.Oct 12... 4360J
Oct 6.2160.Oct 7....27281
Oct 8.;.3658.Oct 10... 3678 r16,614
Oct ll.1794.Oct 12....2596 J
Oct 6. 266.Oct 7... 91
0?t 8. 4.Oct 10.I 887
Octll. 339.0? 12... 289J
Oct 6...-. 386.Oct 7.... 8101
Oct 8 . 872.Oct 10... 738 I 3,520
Octll... 048.Octl2... 607J
The arrivals for the corresponding week last
year were 67,853 bales.
The stock of the article in sight at the latest
dates was as follows :
STATISTICAL POSITION- 1870. 1869
Stock m Liverpool. 638,000 459,000
Stock In London. 30,574 39,869
Stock m Glasgow. 600 500
Stock In Havre. 170,280 63,250
Stock in Marseilles. 12,600 3,450
Stock m Bremen. 12,700 4,600
Stock rest or Continent. 30,000 20,000
Afloat for Great Britain (Am.).. 23,000 12,000
Afloat for Krance, (American
and Brazil). 3,214 11,973
Total Indian cotton crop
. Utoat for Europe. 381,000 523,000
Stock m United states ports. 147,082 109 097
Stock m interior towns. 25,766 28J245
Total. 1,874,716 1,269,934
These figures Indicate an Increase In the cotton
in sight to-night of 104,782 bales compared with
the same date of 1869.
The receipts at this port for the week have been
99 bags of sea Island and Floridas, and 16,512
bales of uplands, in contrast with 77 bags or sea
islands and Floridas, and 11,588 bales of up?
lands the week before, and 246 bags or sea islands
and Floridas, and 7579 bales or uplands for the
period last year. These arrivals have come as
fol!own, say or uplands per South Carolina Rall
road 13,858 bales; per Northeastern Railroad 1613;
Charleston and Savannah Railroad 217; Goose
Creek 6; Christ Church 8;St. Andrews ll; George?
town 7; Chisolm'a mill 1; James Island 1; Cooper
River 3; Edisto 47; Beaufort 19; Peedee 703; Sa?
vannah 10; Florida 16. orsea islands, Wad ma
law 6; Beaufort 14; John's Island 2; Christ Churo.
4; Edisto 37; James Island 6; Northeastern RaU
rot-d3; Charleston and Savannah Railroad 5;
THE COTTON MARKET.-This staple has exhibit
id . dullness for the week Just closed, with an
iosler tendency In prices. The article in the loreign
narket, which opened at S*i@8%a, receded to
l?d; at New york, where the rates began at
exe, they fell off to lc;;c and at this point mld
Ulng uplands, which commenced at 14*i@l4Xc.
lecllned to l?@l4>tfc $ m. The transactions
ind prices at Liverpool and New York for this
tertod have been as rbllows:. ' On Friday, October
, the former c osed quiet, uplands 8 *i@8\'d,
ales 10 OOO bales; the ?3tter qalet at 16Xc,
ales 2000 bales. On Saturad tne former was
ulet, uplands 8X@8Xd, sales lO.oC? v3,e85 ,ne
ttter closed duli and lower at ic>?c, sales louJ
ales. On Monday tho former Was steady, up
inds 8?vd, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was dull
nd ettMervnplands 16Xc, sales isoo bales. On
'uesda* the ronner was heavy at 8X@8j?d, aa'es
iOOShales; the latter was easier at loo, .al'is 2800
>ales. On Wednesday the former was quiet at
lX@8tfd; the latter was doU and drooping at
i5\c, sales 2500 bales. Yesterday the former was
lull at 8>?d ; the latter was dull at l s j; c.
The transactions In this market have been as
olio ws: On Friday, October 7, the article open
Kl with a fair demand at steady rates, with some
Reposition on the part of sellers to harden prices
n consequence of better telegrams, but purchas?
ers refused to meet these views, and the market
;losed quiet and with less strength; sales 700
jales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
13(3)14, low middling J4X@14iW. middling 14#@
L4& and strict middling 16c rb. On Saturday
the early transactions were at uuokanged rates,
mt the market became doll and prices receded X
&>?c H lb; sales about 890 bales; ordinary to
rood ordinary being quot ?d at 13@14, low mld
Jllng 14>?@14)?, middling 14?, strict middling
14 Ji@i4 J.e fl lb. On Monday there was a good de?
mand, but at declining pri?es, the rates receding
Ji@Xc $ rb: sales 800 biles; ordinary to gcod
?rdlqarj being quoted ai.l2X@13X; low mid?
dling I4@i4.tf, "middling 14X@l4>i, strict mai?
lling l4.s'@ii?ic 9 lb. On Tuesday the market j
ivas dull, and prices about H'c lb lower; sales
too bales, ot wulcn about IOO were sold the even
lng before; ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at 12X&13& low middling 14@14X, mid
liing 14>4'@14X, strict middling I4*a'c <p rb. On
Wednesday there was a good demand at declin?
ing rates; sales 1000 bales; ordinary to good or
Unary being quoted at 12>i@l3X. low middling
14, middling 14>?(sU4>?, and strict middling 14*?
@14Xc $ Kv Yesterday there was a good de?
mand at slightly easier rates; sales soo bales; 3 at
11X; 4 at 12; 9 at 12J?; 17 at 12JK?12 at 12Xc; 49
at 13; 39 at 13X; 36 atl3X; 124 at 13%; 66
at 133; 190 at 14;103 at 14X; 12 at 141-16; 30 at
14M; 1-3 at i4?i : 9 at 14*. Good grades general?
ly sold at outside figures. We quote :
Ordlnarv to good ordinary.12K9133tf
SEA ISLAND.-The arrivals have continued light
and were about 90 bags for the week. The mar?
ket has been quiet, with only Ugh', stock and lim?
ited demand, the latter being confined to thc me?
dium and better grades of Island descriptions,
the transactions having been about 40 bags for
the week, among which were 2 common island at
40c; 6 medium sea Islands at 46c 9 lb; 8 do at 47c;
ll at 50, and 3 at 65c. The following quotations
will approximate the market, viz : Common Bea
island 40@42c; medium and mains 45@55; fine 65
@75;.extra fine, none sold above 85c
RICE.-The amount of Carolina rough coming
forward ls still quite moderate, the arrivals hav?
ing been about 24,000 bushels for this period. The
business has been limited, amounting to about
COO tierces or clean Carolina, among which were
56 tierces at 7>ic; 36t'erce3 at T5?? 9 at 7 1316;
60 at7Ji; 21 at 7 15-16; 190 at 8; 50 at 8}?; 19 at
81-16; 50 at 8J4C ? lb. We quote common to fair
clean Carolina at 7>?@7>?c; good 7j?@Sc ? lb.
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals or these articles
were to a modera e extent, amounting to about
1500 bbls ol all qualities for the week. The mar?
ket has shown a fair demand, with a moderate
business. The transactions in spirits turpentine
were 660 bbls at 34c $ gallon. Among the sales were
139 bbls No 1 ro->in at $2 30 $ bbl; 29 No 1 do at
$2; 131 No 1 at $170; 67 low No 1 at $1 CO; 196 No
2 at $1 40@1 55; 68 No 3 at $135; and black rosin
at $l@l 25 1* bbl. The market for spirits turpen?
tine afterwards stiffened, and sales took place at
36c. closing with holders asking 38c ?> gallon. The
transactions in rosins amounted to about 2000
bbls. We quote No 1 at $2@2 30 $ bbl; low No 1
at $1 60; No 2 at $140@150; No 3 at $1 35@140
HAT.-There have been received about400 bales
of Eastern and 1200 do North River qualities.
About 200 bales or Eastern was sold at $1 69 9
hundred. Transactions In North River took place
at $145 ? hundred. We quote thc latter at $1 45
@i 60 ? hundred.
CORN.-The receipts or thl9 grain have been un?
important. The market has been quiet, with only
a limited trade lo a retail way at about $1 25@
130 9 bushel, weight, sacks included, lor prime
ivhlte, and fl 15@l 20 $ bushel ror Western
OATS.-The demand is limited, and confined to
jupply of local wants. Jobbing lots sell at 65?
roc ? bushel, weight, sacks Included.
FLOUR.-The inquiry for this article has been in
a moderate way, prices showing rather an easier
tendency. Northern and Western nae may be
quoted at $5 50 ft bbl, super at $5 75@6 ft bbl; ex?
tra at $? 50?7 ft bbl and family at $7 50@8 25 ft
bbl. Southern qualities are coming forward In
good aupply, and may be quoted at' $6 25@e 50 ft
bbl for super, $7@7 50 ft bbl for extra, $8@8 50
ft ?bl for family, and $9?9 50 ft bbl for fancy
BACON.-Prime meat is held firmly at rather
better rates; prime smoked Shoulders may be
quoted at mc ft lb, prime smoked clear rib sides
at 19c ft lb, dry salted shoulders at l3X@14c,
and long clear and clear rib sides at I6*?i7c
VEGETABLES.-irish potatoes of the new crop
are In fair supply, and may be quoted at $3 so?
4 ft bbl. Onions are m limited stock and sell at
$5 25@6 509 bbl.
SUGAR AND MOL ASS HS.-The stocks are light,
bot good to prime grocery sugars may be quoted
at n*@i2c fi lb. Muscovado molasses may be
quoted dull at 39@40c in hhds, and.41@4?c ft gal?
lon m bbls; clayed st 33@35c fl gallon.
BITTER AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock of"
prime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 35?
-45c fl lb; Chicago prime 29@S0c fi lb; Western
and other lower grades sell from 20@30c fi lb;
country do at 25@30c ft lb, as In quality. Lard is
in good supply, and is held at is*c.
. SALT.-Lots from store selling at $1 40@l 50
LVDIA BAGGING.-There ls some limited inquiry
for this article We quote 31@32c ft yard.
Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1* ms for the
yard, is held at 25c.
IKON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
o@7c ft IB
TIMBER AND LUMBER.- The market for this arti- j
cle ls dull. We quote timber for milling purposes I
from $5@7. Shipping timber $8@14; 4-4@6-4
flooring at $11@12 fl M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, from
$15@22 fi M hy the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi,
nal; via New York, %d on uplands, l*d on sea
islands; by sall *d on uplands, xd on sea islands.
To Havre nominal. Coastwise - to New York, by
steam Xe on uplands and lc on sea islands;
$1 50 ft tierce on rice; by sall, Xe fi ft on
cotton;- fi tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on
rosin; $7@$8 fi M on lumber; $P@IO ft Mon tim?
ber. To Boston, by sall, X@Xc fi lb on upland
cotton. To Providence, by sall, $8 00 fi M on
boards, Xe fi lb on cotton ; by steam $1 fl bale on
Kew York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Xe ft mon uplands; by sall, $7 ft M on boards;
$9 ?n timber; $3 fi ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Xe ft rb;
by sa?, $? 50@7 fi Mon ooords; $3@3 25 fl ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels ate in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and Satina River, Ca.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
f to? 12 ft M are rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE-STKBL?KU BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 21X@21X for M day bUls.
DOMESTIC EXCHANOB - TSie banks are purchas?
ing sight cheeki? on New Yo?* at X@X off; five
days X off; io days' 1 oil; 16 ?aya ix off; 20 days
-; 30 days -. They are selling sight checks at
GOLD.-Thc brokers wer? yesterday buying at
12 and selling at 14.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, October 12-Evening.-Consols 02X
October 13-Noon. Consols 92X ror money.
American securities steady. Stocks dulL
LIVERPOOL, October 12-Evening.-cotton clos?
ed dull; uplands 8Xd; Orleans SXd; sales 10,000
October 13.-Noon.-Cotton tending down.
Pork firmer. Lard 71s 6d.
NEW YORK, October ll-Noon-Stocks stormy.
Gold ldX- Money 6ao per cent. Sterling, long, 8;
short ox- Bonds 13X- Flour 5c better. Wheat lo
better. Corn firmer. Pork dull; mess $26 25.
Lard 10*ais*c. Cotton dull and lower; uplands
15?c; Orleans 16Xc; sales IMO bales. Turpen?
tine advancing at 40c. Resin at $2 05a210.
Freights firm. ,
Evening.-Cotton dull and lower; sales 3600
bales at l5Xal&X cent*. Flour, State and West?
ern 6 cents better on shipping grades; super State
$515a5 30. Southern a shade firmer; common to
lair extra $6 &5a6 25; good to choice $6 3'a s 50.
Wheat opened at lc better; closed quiet; No. 1
spring $1 30al 31; new $126; winter red and
amber Western $1 85; white Michigan $158. Corn
opened a shade firmer and closed heavy ; mixed
Western 86a86Xc, closing at 85c. Bier quiet;
mess $l0ai5; extra $l5al8. Pork heavy; mess
$26 25a26 37. Lard Arm at 14Xal6X- Whiskey
more active; Western free 88Xc in wood, 89a8BX
in Iron. Groceries quiet. Turpentine advancing,
46c. Rosin in moderate request, at $2 60 for
strained. Freights very firm; on cotton by steam
7-i6a,*d. Money active this P. M., and at one
time coin Interest was paid, but the best rate was
T. Currency and exchange unsettled and nom?
BOSTON, October 13.-Cotton dull and heavy;
middlings 16c; sales 200 bales; net receipts 49;
coastwise 221; total 270; stock 4500 bales.
BALTIMORE, October 13.-Cotton depressed;
transactions small; prices declining; middlings
15c; sales 150 bales; net receipts 04; coastwise
183; total 247; stock 4054 bales. Flour quiet and
steady; Ho wa d street superfine $5 25a5 75.
Wheat steady. Corn, Southern white aocafi.
Pork firm at $27. Bacon firm and active ; should?
ers 15c. Whiskey In lair demand at 90a96c.
CINCINNATI, October 13.-Flour firm and in fair
demand. Corn dull and lower; oId53a55c; new
44B46C. Mess pork quiet and unchanged. Lard
quiet and unchanged. Bacon, holders firm, and
demand light; shoulders 14c; sides 17\c. Whis?
key duli and unsettled; 85aS6c asked.
ST. Louis, October 13.-Plour quiet and un?
changed. Whiskey Irregular at 88a89c. Corn
steady at 63a85c for white. Bagging firm. Pro?
visions firm. Pork $25 50. Shoulders Mtfc; cloar
sides 19C. Lard firm.
NORFOLK, October 13.-Cotton dull and lower;
low middling 14c; sales 00 bales; net receipts
3900 bales; exports coastwise 1010 bales; stock
WILMINGTON, October 13.-Cotton nominal;
middlings l4Xc; sales 48 bales; net receipts 298;
stock 1801 bales.
WILMINGTON, October 13.-Spirits turpentine
duli. Common rosin firm. Crude turpentine
firmer at $130.
AUGUSTA, October 13.-Cotton closed quiet; mid.
dungs 13Xc; sales 982 bales; receipts 1233.
SAVANNAH, Octooer 13.-Cotton In good de?
mand; offerings light; middlings l4Xc; sales 400
bales; stock 39,845; net receipts 2343.
MOBILE, October 13.-Cotton dull; middling Me?
tales MO balea; net receipts 1323 bale?; exports
coastwise 530 bales; stock 24,432bales.
GALVESTON. October 13.-Cotton firm ; offerings
light; good ordinary 12Xc; sales 2G0 bales; net
receipts 390; stock 6423 bale9. ,
NEW ORLEANS, October 13.-Cotton steady;
middlings l4Xal4Xc; sales 3000 bales; net re?
ceipts 5380; coastwise 335;.total 5724; stock 49,222.
Sugar, white clarified, Mc. Molasses 80ca$l.
j Sterling nominally 23. Sight exchange x dls
' count. Gold 12X
Interior Cotton Markets.
SUMTER, October ll.-We have to record
another dull and declining cotton market. 310
; bales have changed hands, the market closing at
from 10 to 13c, according to grade.
C KARLOTTE, October ll.-Sales to-day SO bale s
at l3Xc ror middling, closing dull with a decline
MACON, October ll.-Receipts to-day 849 bales;
sales 797; shipped 539. The market was steady
with a good demand at I3*c, up to the hoar at
which the usual evening reports from New York
are received, when the demand was inmediately
checked and the market closed dull and nominal
at the opening price-13Xc for middlings.
ATLANTA, October ll.-The market to-day bas
been dull and declining; middling 13; low mid?
dling 12*; good ordinary ll; ordinary 10 to UL
COLUMBUS, October ll.-Futures in New York,
basts low middling, 15X lor October, 1&X for No?
vember and December, and 15X ror January.
Sales 203 bales; receipts 429 bales
MONTGOMERY, October ll -Our cotton market
is quiet; we qnote low middlings at 13 eta.
SELMA, October 10.-Sales 700 oal?s; low mid?
dling 13X to 13*. market opening at inside, clos?
ing firm at ontsldc quotations.
New York. Rice Harket. '
From the Daily Bulletin, October ll: The trade
h?ve been taking a Sew small retail parcels, but
the market ls without any animation, and would
not stand the pressre et a large stock. Sales of
Carolina at sas^c. and Rangoon at Ta: xe.
From the Journal of Commerce: Rice remains
without change. The demand is light, but there
ls very little stock offering. We quote Rangoon
at 7a7X& and Carolina at 9a9j?c.
From the World: The market ls very dull, and
we have only to record Jobbing parcels at 9a9&c
for Carolina, and 7a7)?c for Rangoon.
WILMINGTON. October 12 -SPIRITS TURPEN?
TINE.-Sales of 496 casks at 39, 300 at 40, and 110
at 40M cts ? gallon for Southern packages-mar?
ket closing buoyant at latter figures, with very
light stock offering.
ROSIN.-Sales of 64 bbls strained at $l 40-mar?
ket closing Urra.
CRUDS TURPBNTINB.-Sales of only 18 bbls re?
ported, at $2 50 for sort and $140 for hard.
COTTON.-Market quiet and prices a shade
lower. We have only 48 bales to report, as fol?
lows: 1 at i3j?, 12 at 14, 10 at uy, and 25 at
14j?c We quote: Ordinary 12c; good ordinary
13,'ic; low middling 14al4K; middling 14#c.
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
4459 bales uplands, from Mobile 13 bales, from
Savannah 43 bags sea island and 201 bales up?
land, and from Charleston 50 bags sea Island and
323 bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
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Comparative Exports or Cotton and Rice
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1 to October 13, 1870.
Tofl G. Britaln
Oktaer Fr. Ports
N. of Europe..
TotU N. Europe
S. of Europe...
W. Indies, ic,
Total F. Ports.
Bait. ? Kr'foiR
0th. C. S. Ports
Stocks of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not included in the .Receipts.
Augusta* Ham'g...-October 7
Macon, Ga.October 7
Columbus, Qa.October 7
Montgomery, Ala.October 7
Selma, Ala.October 7
Memphis, Tenn..Octoser 7
Nashville, Tenn.October 7
per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah via Beau?
fort and Pacific Laudlng-Mlss Airnes Vu^Plgoe
Miss Mount, Gen A J Gonzales, W A Susoag, anu
Chart eaton Wholesale Frica?.
BAGOTKO, fl yara- . >? ? ? .*
Dundee... 26 ? 45
Gunny Cloth. 31 ? 32
New York Double Anchor, ?4
. inches, 2jahs..... 33 ?
BALE ROPE, ft tt>
Western. 8 ? 12X
Jute. ...... S
BOTTER-Goshen. 30 sa 40
County.;. 25 ? 30
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 12X? 13*
Low middling. i3x? 13%
Middling to strict middling... 14 ? 14*
s Good middling. ?
Sealsland. 40 ? 85
COFFEE, ft ft
Rio. 20 ? 22
Laguayra. 24 ? 28
Java. 28 ? 30
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 tts. 80 00 ? ..
Wando Fertilizer. N 00 ?
Double Refined Poudrette..... 30 00 ? ..
Niles'Phosphate. 63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, ft 2240 fts...100 00 ?
Pacific Guano, ft 2000 fts. 65 00 ?
Phoenix Guano.55 00 ?
Baugh'B Phosphate, fi 2000 tts 60 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, fi 2000 tts 66 00 @ ..
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 60 ?
Orchlllo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 A
Land Plaster. 13 00 ? 16 00
Mapes' Super Phos, fl 2000 fts. 66 00 @
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 65 00 ?. ??.
Woolston's Vege'or, V 2000 lbs 66 00 ?
Croasdale's Gen. Sup.Phos, net 60 00 ?
Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60 00 ? ,, .
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 00 ?
Sardy'9 Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 @
Patapsco Guano. 66 00 ?
E. Frank Co's Ammoniated
Bone Phosphate. 60 00 ?
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone.... 62 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate.60 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Guano, No l i$60 time) 54 00 ?
Erl wan Guano, No 2 ($80 time) 63 00 ?
Zell's Ammoniated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).60 co ?
Russel Coe's Ammoniated
Bone Superphosphate ($66
time). 60 00 ?
FLOUR, ft bbl
Fine. 5 50 ?
Soper.". 6 75 ? 6 00
Northern and Western Extra. 7 00 ? 7 50
Baltimore Extra. ?
Southern-Super. 6 60 ? ..
Extra. 7 26 ?
Family. 7 75 ? 8 00
GRALN, ft bushel
Maryland Oats. 65 ? 70
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 1 20 ? 1 30
HAT, ft cwt
North River. ?
LCM BRR, ft M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00 ? 66 o0
White Pine, good run.38 00 ? 40 00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 ? 24 00
Boards, rough.ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 31 ?
Muscovado. 89 ? 42
Sugar-house. 60 ? 1 00
New Orleans. 77 ?
NAVAL STORES, ft bbl
Rosin, pale. ?
Rosin, No. 1.1 co ? 2 30
Rosin, No. 2.140 ? 160
Rosin, No. 3. 1 36 ? 1 40
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon.. 86 ? ..
Oakum, ft lb. 16 ?
KAILS-American 4?20d., fl keg 6 05 ? 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, P.F.F. g.... ooo ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 00 ?
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, ft ft
Bacon, Rams. 24 ? 27
Sides.- io ?
Shoulders. 16 ?
Lard, m keg. 17Ji@ 18
Butter. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 16 ? 80
Potatoes, Irish, ft bbl. 3 60 ? 4 00
Sweet. 3 50 ? 4 00
Onions. 5 00 ? 6 60
EggB.25 ? 30
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, ft doz. 6 00 ? 6 60
RICE, ft tb-Carolina. ? ..
East India.... @
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 40 ? 1 50
Liverpool, fine.;. ?
SCOAR, ft ft-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ?
Mus?ovado. 10 ? lix
BEESWAX-ft rb..... 38 ? 40
tl IDES. Green-ft b. 08 ?
Dry. is ?
CHESTNUTS- 9 bushel. 4 00 @
Exports or Rice. Naval Stores anti Lam?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to October 13,1870.
Maj 'a J: M'ket.
Calif ax, NS..
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
NEW YORK-Per steamship Clyde-6 bag3 sea
Island cotton, 2042 bales upland cotton. 53 bales
yarn and paper, 151 tierces rice, ll bales muss,
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-538 bales
cotton. 43 casks rle?. 55 rolls leather, 100 packages
furniture, 86 bbls rosin. 1 box mdse, and 26 bags
tanning material ....Ter sehr Gettysburg-340
tons phosphate rock.
Uecelpts by ftullroart, October 1.3
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
2313 bales cotton, 34 bales goods. 80 bbls dour,
1473 bushels wheat, 4 cars stock. To W K Ryan,
W B Williams ,t Son. J R Pringle A Son, Reeder A
Davis, T Psmith, WW Smith, Pelzrr, Rodgers A
ao, G H Walter A co, G W Williams A co, Wagener
A Murdaugh, Dowling A co, Caldwell A Sou, Bro?
die A co, h rest A Adger, Mowry A Son. Wlss A co,
Sloan A Seignlsus, A J Salinas, R C Sharp, Sten?
house A co, W C Courtney A co, Campsen A co, P
C TreDholm, Claghorn, Herring A co, Street Bros
A co, G A Trenhoim A Son, and W A Courtenay. |
285 bales cotton, 378 bbls naval stores, 96 pack?
ages tobacco, cars lumber, rough rice, mdse, Ac
To G W Williams A co, Nachmann A co, Frost A
Adger, Mowry A SOD, Graeser A Smith. Reeder A
Davis W K Ryan, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. A J Sa?
linas, G II Walter A co, Caldwell A Son, Brodie A
co, T P Smith, Claghoru, Herring A co, Pringle A
Son, W C Bee A co. J N Robson. J AQnackenbnsh.
A B Miililuan. Bischoff St co. Sloan A Selgnlous, J
Marshall, Jr, J E Adger A co. ciacms A Witte, G
Foilln. Stenhouse A co, Wilcox, Gibbes A co, A O
?stone, G J Lunn. E Woning, P Canty, and Rail?
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
48 bales cotton, i'i sacks 1 ough rice, ll barrels
rough rice, 157 sacks coffee, and mdse. To W P
Duwling A co.- S L Howard A co, W A Boyle, Sto?
ney A Lowndes. - Benson, M BrowD, J A May, A
W Burnett. Kinsman A Howell. H Elsclioff A co,
H Klatte A co. A M Lowry, J R Pringle A Son, J
A Quackenhnsh, W M Lawton, WC Bee A <o, P
Maxwell, T Young. C Green. C E HennetL Wsge
ncr A Murdaugh. w c Courtney A co. (J W Wil?
liams A co. B W Williams, and Plnckney Bros.
CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 14
Sehr Moonlight. Briggs, New York-7 days. To
C H (?ldden. Li ft New York for Charleston on
the itt) Instant, and had strong winds from NNE
until Friday afternoon, off Cape Hatteras, the
wind hauling to the westward, hove the vessel to,
a heavy sea running. During the night of the
eth, shipped large quantities of water, carrying
away bulwarks and quarter rall; also carried
away fore-gaff. On Fi ?Jay night, 7th, carried
away tiller. On Saturday, at 6 PM, the sehr W
L Springs ran down to us. and the captain re?
ported that the vessel was In a sinking condition,
and wished us to take them off. We done BO and
brought them to this port The crew were eutlre
ly exhausted when they came on board. There
were no signs of the vessel next morning, and
we proceeded on our voyage.
Sehr Emma Baker, Ramsden, Back River. 2200
bushelB rough rice. To Cohen. Hanckel A ce.
Sehr William A John, Leonard, Back River. 20QQ,|
bushels rough rice. To Cohen, Hanckel A co.
Sehr Ann S Deas, ?arbatti, West Point Mill. 32
tierces rice. T-> J R Bringle A Son.
Sehr Odd Fellow, Prince, Back River. 2400
bashels rough rice. To W c Bee A co.
Sehr Sallie Bisseil, Magrath, Combahce. cooo
bushels rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, White, Savannah via Beau?
fort and Pacific Landing, ll bags sea island and
22 bales npland cotton, and 50 pkgs sundries. To
J D AUten A co. B G Wilson. Steffens, Werner A
Dncker, S D Stoney, W P Dowling A co, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, L D DeSenssnre, L D Meyer A co, J I
B-Sardy, Dowle, Moise A Davis. W A Sosoatr, i
Trtest, F Campbell, and Order.
Sloop Mattie, from Pon Pon. 800 bushels rough
rice, TO Ravenel A co.
Sloop Mary Goodrich. Roberts, Ashepoo. 760
b?chela rough rice. To P G Hasell.
Sloop Jabe, from Edisto. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from John's Island. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Stoney A Lowndes.
Boat from Christ Church, i bale upland cotton.
Tow Gurney. ? .
Received from West Point MilL 13* tierces rice.
To Stoney A Lowndes.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 80 tierces rice.
To Reeder A Davis, and G H Ingraham A Son.
Received from Chlsolm's MRI. 55 tierces rice.
To ll Bischoff A ca
Received from West Point Mill. 4" tierces rice.
To JD Aiken A co.'
IN THE OFFING.
Bark Annie' Kimball, Swinson, Liverpool-50
days. Assorted cargo. To Ravenei A co, and
others. On Tuesday, nth Instant, lat 30. lon 80,
spoke brig Charlotte Ann. bound to New York.
Bark Enrique, from Rockport, Me.
steamship Clyde, Hunter, New York-W A
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Pfbl C.
Sehr Neille, French, New York via Georgetown.
S G-J H Risley.
Sehr Gettysburg, Corson, Baltimore-H F Baker
Steamship Clyde, Hunter, New York.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore.
Brig M E .Pennell, Cole, a Northern Port.
Brig Minnie Miller, Leland, Jacksonville.
Sehr Wapella, Penny, New York.
Sehr Benjamin Gartslde, Adams, Philadelphia.
Sehr M H Stockham, Weeks. Philadelphia.
Sehr Myrover, Brown, New York.
Sehr WLBradley, Smith, Boston.
Sehr Frank Jameson, Jameson, Philadelphia.
Sehr Mary E Yancleaf. Jones, Philadelphia.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Bark Evanel, Randall, at Boston, October TL
Bark a urella, Lincoln, at Boston, October ll.
The steamship c W Lord, which started yeater
day forenoon for New York, returned orr the bar
In the afternoon with machinery deranged. She
sent her Havana letter bag to the city to be sent
North. She will probably be up to the city to day!
Loss OF SCHR W L SPRINGS.-BV the arrival at
this port of the sehr Moonlight, bringing the cap?
tain and crew of the sehr W L SpriDgs we have
the following report: The sehr Wm L Springs left
St Helena on the 27th September, with a cargo of
phosphate for Wood's Hole; had a suwessiQu of
adverse winds until the evening of the 6th Octa,
ber, when, with Cape Henry bearing NW about
thirty rn'ies, encountered agale from NNE, whlc?
Increasing in violence tacked t hip o ir shore until
the next morning, when the vessel laboring heav?
ily aud leaking badly hove her to. On Saturday
morning, the leak increasing and the sea making
a breach over her, at times washing the men
from the pumps, it was deemed advisable to scud
before ir. In the afternoon, on sounding the
pumps, found three feet of water in the hold. At
6 P M, Saturday, Bighted a vessel to leeward and
ran down to her; lt proved to be the sehr Moon?
light, from New York for Charleston. The Springs
then having four feet of water in the hold, and
all hands being completely worn out, having
been at workat the pumps continually three days
and nights, concluded to abandon her, and re?
quested Captain Briggs to lay by and take us off.
At io P M left the vessel, the sea breaking com?
pletely over her, and it being impossible io save
anything. In the morning could see no signs of
the vessel, and she probably sank soon after be?
ing abandoned. Captain Jones returns his thanks
to captain Briggs and omcera for their kindness
to himself and crew.
i.tst of Shipping
IN THE PORT OF CHARLESTON, OCTOBER 13.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger A CO.
Clyde, 1400 tons, Hunter, at Union wharf, for New
York, ready-- w A Courtenay.
Albemarle, - tons. Blackwell, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-J Adger a co.
J C Boynton, 740 tons. Wayrott, at Boyce A co's
wharf, from Stockholm, discharging-J M
Aracan, 1037 tons, Spenser, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-G A Trenholm A Son.
Tranquebar, 1307 tons, Hanrard, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, walting-W Roach A co.
W H Moody (Br), 686 tons, Hilton, at Atlantic
Wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J A Eusiow A
Kathleen, (Br,) 472 tons. Lester, In the Stream, for
Liverpool, ready-H Caid.
Granton (Br), 602 tons. Gr?nden, at Accommoda
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Flori M Burl h ut, 464 tons, H il ey, at Vand erh?re t's
wharf, for a Port tn Great Britain, walting- !
W Roach A co.
Monsoon, - tons, Mouzie, at Robb's wharf, for ;
a Port m Great Brit am, leading-C C Coe.
An sd eil (Br), 338 tons, at Marshall's wharf, fer
a Port In Great Britain, loadlng*-R More A
Xenia, 786 tons. Long, at Boyce's wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading-Street Bros A co.
Sisters (Br), - tons, Nairn. La Ashley River, for I
a Port in Great Britain, loading-Street Bros
John Fyfe, - tons, Teller, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-Willis A Chiselm.
Florence Chipman (Br), - tons. Jones, at Ac?
commodation wharf, for Liverpool, loading
Marla (Bi), - tons, Webster, In Ashley River, for
Liverpool, loadin,;-B s Rhett A Son.
Ranger (Br), - tons. Dot}, in. the Stream, from
New York, Just arrived-Master.
Annie Kimball, - tons, Stlnson, off the Bar,
from Liverpool, Just arrived-Ravenei A co.
Enrique, - tons, In the Stream, from Rockport,
Me, Ju6t arrived-Master.
Jennie Moodie (Br), 313 tons, Cowley, In Ash
ley River, ror a Port in Great Britain, loadin .
Concord, 344 tons, Kelly, at Atlantic wharf, for
John Freeman, 319 tons, Baker, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Boston, loading-W Roach A co.
Mariposa. - tons, Nevena, at Atlantic wharf,
from Boston, discharging-W Roach A co.
Ralph Carlton, 33S tons, Curtis, in the Stream,
for Baltimore, ready-J H Risley.
Montana, Melons', Bearse. at Brown A co's wharf,
for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith A Son.
James A Crooker, 102 tons, Chase, at Atlantic
wharf, from Jacksonville, Fla, walting-J A
Enslow A co.
Ella Hodsdon. - tons, dickerson, in Ashley
River, for Guodaloupe, loading-J A Enslow
Gettysburg, 288 tons, Corson, in Ashley River,
for Baltimore, ready-ll F Baker & co.
Oliver Jameson, 205 tous. Jameson, at Atlantic
wharr, Tor Baltimore, loading-J A Enslow
G B McFarland, 267 tons, McFarland, at Central
wharf, for Phlladelphl?joadlng-fl F Baker
Jessie L Leach, - tons, Dowdy, nt Atlantic
? wharr, from Savannah, to be repaired-J A
Enslow A co.
Jennie Rosalind. 341 tons. Tooker, at Adger's
wharr, from New York, discharging-W Roach
J F Willey, 309 tons, Willey, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A co.
A E Glover, 298 tons. Terry, at Vennlng's wharf,
for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith A Son.
Henrietta, - tons, Leavltt, in Ashley River,
from Wood's Hole, discharging-C H Qlldden.
A Richard, ito tons, Willey, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Portland, Me, discharging-Mas?
N W Smith. 365 tons, Tooker, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, for New York, ready-W Roach A co.
D F Keeling. - tons, nob nson, at Gas Compa?
ny's wharr, from Baltimore, discharging
Street Bros A co.
S T Baker. 261 tons. Davis, at Union wharf, for
Wilmington, Del, loading-Street Bros A co.
Aim E Caril, 299 ions. Tyler, at Union wharf,
from Sew York, discharging-Master.
Surprise, 220 tons. Beers, nt Central wharf, from
Boston, dlscharglug-II P Baker A co.
Emma D Finney, - tons, Jullel, in jhe Stream,
from Savannah, to be repaired-H F Baker
Constitution, - tons, In the Stream, from Jack?
sonville, ror New ?ork-W Roach A co.
Moonlight, - tons, Briggs, in Ashley River, from
New York, discharging-J A EnBlow A co.
Nellie, 222 tons, French, at Central wharr, from
Rockport, Me, dlscharglug-J H Risley.
rjlHKOUGH BILLS LADING TO AND |
FROM BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Dne Steamship " FALCON, " _^iPgp_
Hay ne, Commander, will sail tnr _ (Mi? i
Baltimore on TP?SI?AT, istli October, at half
pn*?-12Fhiladelphla Freights forwarded to thai
cltv by railroad from Baltimore without addi
ti onal insurance, and Consignees are allowed am
nie time to sample and sell their Goods rrom
fae Railroad Depot In Philadelphia.
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
octl4-* _No. 2 Union Wharves.
T7TESSELS SUPPLIED WITH CABIN AND
V MESS STORES ON SHORT NOTIOE.
Captains and Stewards are respect- _ffi?f?L
fullv invited to call and examine theJ&flljBE
quality and prices or our GOODS. Full weigh!
gnaranieed. isellvered rree or expense.
WM. S. CORWIN A CO.,
No. 275 King Street, opposite Easel,
Charleston, S. C.
?- Branch of No. 900 Broadway, New York.
JW BOSTON-MERCHANTS' LINE.*
. FREIGHT ON COTTON $2 PER BALE.
"The regular Packet Brig JOHN* FREE- Jkk
MAN, Baser, Master, wanta 200 biles to fillS3*'
up and sall promptly.
octl4-3_WILLIAM ROACH A CO.
The Al Ship ARRAGAN, ls loading. ^?
and will be promptly dispatched ?or theS?JL.
For Freight engagements, apply to
. GEO. A. TH EN HOLM A SON,
octl3 No. 1 Broad street.
"P O E LIVERPOOL.
The Al (new) American- Bark XENIA, ,?fa.
Long, master, having more than one-nal?sSS?
her cargo engaged and going on board,- will be'
promptly dispatched for the above port.
For balance or freight room, apply to
STREET BROTHKRS k CO.,
oct7_No. 74 East Bay.
OE LIVE fi P0 OL.
500 BALES WANTED; ?
The flrs^class Ship "WILLIAM H.
MOODY," Hilten, Master, having the J_
larser part of her cargo engaged and going- on
board, wants 600 hundred bales Cotton to nil np..
For engagements, apply to
J. A. ENSLOW k CO.,
octu No. 141 East Bay..
[ON SATURDAY, OCT. 16, AT 10 O'CLOCK P. M.1
OLD LINE NEW TORE AND CHARLESTON
ESTABLISHED 184 6.
The very fast and splendid Side-wheel Steam?
ship MANHATTAN. Woodhull, Commander, wfH
sail from Adger's Wharf as above.
49* Insurance by this Line half per cent. ?'.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
JAM ts ADGER k CO, Agents.
?-The JAMES ADGER will follow, and sall
TUESDAY, October- mn, at 12 o'clock M.
THE REGULAR STEAM1 LINE-WEE Kif.
The large Iron Screw Steamship .
L E O P A IX T>,
1600 bales Cotton capacity, win be flin ^jjjjjta.
Satchecl for Philadelphia on SATUKDAY,22^flfi22 '
ctober 15th, at 6 o'clock P. M., from Brown'?
The LEOPARD will.make'close connection at
Philadelphia with the Steamship ABIES, or the -
Philadelphia and Boston legnlar Une, sailing on *
WEDNESDAY, October 10th.
?-Through Sills LadlBg will be Issued to Bos?
ton and New Ycrk.
Cotton rate to Philadelphia Kc per pound; Fd ce -
$126 per cask; Rosin 40c per barrel.
For Freight engagements only, apply to, ?Vi'Iii
WM. A. COURTENAY,
octlo-m.wfs4_'_Union Wharf. jfc
.JP OE GARDNER'S BLUFP,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON
THE PEEDEE RIVER, VIA
The steamer PLANTER, Captain
J. T. Foster, will receive Freight at. _
Accommodation Wharf, THURSDAY, me ism it
s tant, and leave on SATUHDAY MOKNINO, the ist*.,
Instant, at 6 o'clock-.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
Forangagemeota. Freight or Passage, having
state-room accommodations, apply to
RA VEN EL k HOLMES,
octI2-3 _No. 177 East Bay.
?^EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, F?AUTOET. HILTON:
HEAD. SAVANNAH. DARI EIN AND ?
. The favorite Steamer
LE IJ I Z -V HANCOX,
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- _
tlc wharf for above points everv jgjgBjsgg
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY UOBN
IKU, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same -
evening, and leaving for Harlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, wdl leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNINO, at 1 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
,RAVENEL k HOLMES,
sepio -No. 177 East Bay. -
tH A N G E OF SCHEDULE.
FOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
C. White, will receive Freight at,_
South Commercial Wharf, on .SATURDAY, the I6tt
Instant, and leave as above SUNDA? NICHT, the
16th instant, at 10 o'clock. After which she will
make two trips a week, leaving each port as fol?
SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHTS, at 10 o'clock.
TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNINGS, at 6 o'clock.
For engagements, arply on board or to
SHACK ELFORD k KELLY;- '
jpOR SAVANNAH, BEAUFORT, .SEA?
BROOK'S, PACIFIC LANDING, FENWICK'S IS?
The Fast Steamer PILOT BOY, _ . ?fr*?**?
Captain John My, will resume her?ggg?gtt??
route on TUESDAY, 27th September, leavln ! Fra-.
ser's Wharf every TUESDAY MOKNINO, at 8 o'clock,
for Savannah, Beaufort and Pacido Landing.
Every FRIDAY MOKNINO, at 8 o'clook, for Beau?
fort, Pac mc Landing, and Fenwick's Island.
Will leave Savannah every WEDNESDAY AFTXE
NOO.N, at hair past 2 o'clock, touching at Sea?
brook's, Beaufort and Paclflc Landing. On the
FRIDAY Trip, will cleave Beaufort FRIDAY NIGHT,.
touching at all the Landings on her way to
Charleston. Every alternate FRIDAY, she will
touch at Chlsolm's Landing.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board or
to J. D. AIKEN & CO., Agents,
?po. RF LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK. ? '
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, ?ACKS0N?
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON -
THE ST. JeUN'S-RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain _ ^Tr-**.
George E. McMillan, will sall from ^??H?SSm
Central Wharf for above points every irsaoAY
EVENING, at 8o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY PO:NT, Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will sail from Central Wharf for above points
every FRIDAY EVENING, ar. 8 o'clock, arriving;
back at Charleston WEdNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 6.
Fare from Charleston to Savannah, Including
meals and berth, $3.
J. D. AIKEN k CO., Agents,
oetio_Nu. 5 Central Wharf.
miME TABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO' -'
J. FOR OCTOBER, 1870.
DAYS OF LEAVING CHANGED TO TUESDAYS
FOR EDISTO AND ENTERPRISE, VIA JOHN'S
ISLAND FERRY, CHURCH FLATS. YOUNG'S
ISLAND, BEAR'S BLUFF, Ac.
The Steamer "ARGO." will re- _ JP^
celve Freight at South Atlantic^???SmaZ
Wharf, on MONDAYS and THORSPATS, and leave
Tuesday, 4th... .12 M Wednesday, 5th, ll A M
Friday, 7th, 2 P M Saturday, 8th, 1PM
Tuesday, lltn, 8>f AM Wedne-tday, 12th, 6A M
Friday, 14th, 8 A M Saturday, 15th, 7AM
Tuesday, I8t?, UH A M Wednesday, 19th, ll AM
Friday,. 21st, 2 P M Saturday, 22d, 1PM
Tuesday, 25th, 6 A M Wednesday,26th, &,? AK
Friday, 28th, sj? A M Saturday, 29th, 8AM
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to -m
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent, W
South Atlantic wharf.
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable <>n the