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igxports ot tlie "Week ending Decker M.
LIVERPOOL-Per bark Evanell-1425 balea up?
land conon, 102 tons phosphate roos.
Coax AND A MAKKXT-Per sehr W L Burroughs
-1523 bales upland cotton.
BARACOA-Per sehr Sue -Enslow-10,953 reet
pitch plae lumber, 5 bbla tar, 10 bbls rosin, 6 bbls
apples, lobb-banu. 20 bbls potatoes. .
BABCBLONA-Per Span brig Laureano-wo bales
BOSTON-Per sehr Montana-500 bbls spirits tog
?entine, 800 bbls rosin, 40 tons iron and metals, 14
a'ea noland and 10 bales sea Island cotton, 70
balea raga and paper Block? 100 loose hides, 50.000
feet flooring boards.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship Ashland-29 bags
sea island cotton, ?75 bales upland cotton, lol
bbls naval stores, 20 casks clay... .Per sehr Mary
Mankln-80,000 reet lumber, 22,000 feet timber....
Persteamahlp South Carolina-254 bags Bea isl?
and aud 1108 bales upland cotton, 277 tea rice, 13
bales yarn, 60 casks clay? 10 bbls oranges and
sundries_Per steamship Charleston-14 bags
.ea leland and 860 bales upland cotton, 122 tierces,
rice, Tl bales domestics, 99 boxes muskets, 70 bun?
dles paper; 40 tons cottonseed, 51 packages sun?
dries.Per steamship. Mereedlta-116 bags
sea island and sie bales upland cotton, 79 tierces
rice, 90 bales domestics, 56 bbls oranges and sun?
-PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-26
tes rice, 185 bales cotton, 85 balea yarn, 2 bales
hides, 53 casks clay, 14 linds iron, 213 cases ord?
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-249 tierces
rice, 146 bales cotton, 333 bbls rosin, 6 hhd s and 2
bales hides and sundries.
Thc Charleston market.
[T0K THE WEES ENDINO DECEMBER 22.] .
THE CBOP3.-There waa some rain during" the
week just, closed, and little progress could have
been made 'in oat-door work. This wet spell has
p'revAflea over large" Becttons of country, with
some ?now and rather wintry, weather to the
northern portion of the cottor. heir.
TBS RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the-week ending on Friday last were the
heaviest of the year up to this period, say 155,717
baies,.in contrast with 152,321 the week before, and i
110,071 bales for the corresponding time Jb/s year
previous. At New Orleans the receipts wen 55,233 j
hales, against 35,283 last season. The total sup
piles at the cotton ports from september 1, is: 0,
ap to Ahe latest mail datea were 1,358,001 bales,
againsr 1,110,022 the year previous, showing an in?
crease or 24 s, 659 bales. The'total arrivals at the
chief Southern centres from September 1, 1870, up
to the latest telegraphic Intelligence, as contrast?
ed with last year, were aa folio w s :
J ' . 1870. 1869;
NemHleans, December 21...469,560 400,814
Mobile, December 21..'..164,300 152,511
Savannah, December 21.365,621 255,689
Charleston, December 21...-..185,539 l3l,o:o
Galveston, December 21.57,890 85,137
Norfork, December21..182,097 100,679 1
Wilmington, December 21....43,833 31,059 ?
.The supplies of cotton received at chief South
em centres from December 16 to 21, 1870, as re?
ported by telegraph, were as follows. This In?
cludes all points but overland :
Dec 35.,.7095..Dec 16..11,4701
Deol7.8424........ Deo 19.. 8542 1-46,693
Deo20. 7067.Dec 21.. 8095J . .'<
DOC 17.-."Dec 19....2163 ?-12,709' (
Deo 30 . 2336.Dec 21....3219 J"
Dee 15...... .8900. .Dec 10... .4818 V ,
Dec 17.4432.Deo 19... .4793 j-28,008 1
Deo20.....5679..Dec 21-4363 J 1
CHARLESTON- . '
Deels....1819.Dec 16....18871 1
DeelT.2000.Deo 19....1792 5-12,191 ?
Deo 20.2321.Dec 21.. ..2372 J . t
GALVESTON- . *. ,
Deo la.. 722.Deo 16.;. .24111
Dec 17..1724.Deol9....1722 }. 7.T4C
Dep20...v. 794...Deo21.... 307J f
Deo 15.-.Dec 16....20931. r
Deo 17.2159.Declfl....3316 j-11,577 ?
Dec 20.2249...Deo21....1780j >
WILMINGTON- ' . 8
DM 10. 289.DecTfl.... 3551 m
-Depl7.495..DeC?O.... 832}- 2,173
Dec20. 452.Dec21.... 250J -
- ,- fi
. Total.....". ......121,095 q
The receipts for the corresponding wft?k last r
year were 104,031 bales. s
The atock of the article lu sight at latest dates g
was aa follows: t
STATISTICAL POSITION. i87o. i860, c
StocX In Liverpool. 385,000 349.100 "
Afloat S America. fflfl? iftOfr'
Stock m London. 00,670 108,400 a
Afloat fer London. 20,000 57,000 ,
Stock m Havre..'*. 05,500 72,000 P
Afloat for Havre... 2,047 51,0(0 11
Sttwk to Bremen. 7,250 2,173 t
Af.oat for Bremen. 5,000 .5,494 ,
S'.oci: m United States ports.. 468,980 33S.808
Stock to the interior towna... 104,340 88,856 ?.
,Tfctal.-.-. 1,601,299 1,291,101
Excess to visible supply, com- i .
pared with 1869. 210,193
Stock of cotton held by Man?
chester spinners at the mills .120.000 110,000
Price of mid uplands to Liver- . '
.pool. 8J? 121-16d
price of mid uplands to New
Pficeoffc-old. io? . ax.
The Xollowing ls the latest intelligence of the
Bombay shipments by special telegrams from
Finlay, Clarke A Co:
! . Gt. Brit. Cont. GL Brit. Cont.
rer 3d -to De?
cember 9, to
Previously ' r e
ported.832,000 150,000 937,317 174,825
832,000 156,000 937,317 174,825 a
Deficit to Great Britain....,.105,317 ,
Deficit to Continent. %. 18,825 0
Tho receipts of cotton at tfci3 port for the past
week* were 599 bags of Bea islands-and Floridas
and 11,592 bales or uplands, incontraatwithses
bags of sea islands and Floridas and 12,857 bales c
of uplands the week before, and 922 bags of Bea *'
islands and Floridas and 11,157 bales of uplands fl
for thc >?rlod the year previous. These supplies n
kaw CJUIO from tue foUowlng sources: Say of $
uplands, per South Carolina Railroad, 9893; per
Northeastern Railroad, 1257; per Savannah and Q
Charleston Railroad, 221; Beaufort, 12; George-* s<
town, 00; Santee, 72; Edlalot 45; Wadmalaw, 8;
Cooper River, 5; Florida, 10; Savannah, 9. Of sea J
islands, Northeastern Railroad, 51; Ed io to, no.; "
Kiawah, 2; Santee, 4: Beaufort, 137; Wadmalaw, &
45; John's Island, 47; Christ Church, 24; James Is- r<
land, 32; Toogoodoo, 24; Cooper River, l; Florida, b
80; Savannah, 30.
THE COTTON MARKET.-This staple during the" b
week under review has-generally exhibited steady -v
and even armer features, the article in the for- ?
eign market being nnchaged at s&d * is ror ' 5
middling uplands. New York commenced at P
ld, hardened to 15 )?, receded to 16J?, and improv- b
ed to 15,^'c; and at this point, middling upland?, 0
which began at 14X014*, stiffened to lix? 0
14J?C ? m. G
The movements of the staple at Liverpool and a
New Tork for this period have been as follows: On *
Friday, December 15, the former elosed dull,
uplands 8X. sales 12,000 bales; thc latter was d
' steady at 15c, sales 4300 bales. On Saturday the
former closed finn, but not higher, uplands SXd, 1 r
sales 12,000 bales; the latter was firm at 15X c, sales d
20:0 hales. .On Monday the former was steady, -
' uplands "sx<?, sales 12,000 bales; the latter P
was active and strong at 15XC, sales 7S00
hales. On Tuesday tho former was steady at 1!
8Xd, sales 12,000 bales; the latter opened higher
but closed weak at 15 hie, sales 5500 pales. On
Wednesday the former was steady, uplands s.vjd,
sales 12,000 bales; the latter was dull and lower
at 15}?c, sales 5900 bales. Yesterday the former j?
was steady at 8>4'; the latter was strong at 15>?C m
The transactions in this market for the week
have been as follows : On Friday, December 16, the ?
staple generally displayed steady features, with Q,
slight Irregularities and a farr demand; s.tles 1090 IC
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted a: 5'
12M@13K. lovr*middling 13#@14. middling u\,? S^
14X, and strict middling T4X@WXc ?. Cn S;
Saturday the operations in some cases showed
more firmness, with a light stock and moderate |j
Inquiry; sales 900 bales; ordinary to good ord Ina- le
ry being quoted at I2#@l3tf, low middling 13,'i(g> bl
14, mlddimg 14K@l4ii, strict middling l4X@I4Xc $5
? Bs. On Monday rales were higher, and Improv- 91
ed XOXc ^ ft; sales 1100 bales; or. lnaiiy to ,?
good ordinary being quoted at 13^13;,; low T
mlddhng 14@14>4-, middling HX?14J?, and ur
strict middling 14X@14XC? rb. On Tuesday tue ^
article advanced Mc ? Bs; stock light; sales 1000 S
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at ai
13X@MX, low mlddhng 14>4'?i4X, middling 14,v R<
@UX. strict middling I4.x@l4jic ft lb. On Wed- ,r
nesday there was a ateady Inquiry at unchanged kit
rates, sales 1000 bales, quotations as before. Yes?
terday the article waa qalet early in the day, but
the inquiry became fair, and prices were un;
changed. Sales 1000 bales, Bay: 14 at IS; IB at
13X; M at 13Ti ; 10 at 14; 34 at 14X ; 164 at 14X; **
at 14s'; 112 at 14X; SS at 14X; 182 at 14X; 46 at 16,
and 111 on private terms. We quo te :
Ordinary to good ordinary.I3"x@l4,x
SEA ISLAND Corros.-The .arrivals of Ihlsolasa
of the staple were moderate and light compared
with last year, say 599 bags of sea islands and
Floridas, against 568 bags of sea Islands and Flo?
ridas the week before, and 922 for the period the
year previous. Carolinas have been lu steady
and active request, and a good business has been
done in these descriptions at about previous
rates, the transactions amouniing to about 350
bags, among which were 5 at 40c;5at43c; 3 at
45c; 6 at 43c; 34 at soc; 19 at 52c; 5 at 52Xc; 26 at
55c; 26 at 58c; 38 at 60c; 27 at 65c; 4 at 70c Flori?
das have been in good demand, and aboot 250
bagB were disposed of, among which were 21 at
3ic; 8 at soxc; 7 at 32c; 15 at 33c; io at 34c; 17 at
35c;38at40c;8 at 43c; 4 a: 45c. Carolinas may
be qnoted at 37@45c 9 Bs for common, 4S@55c
for medium, 56965c for good to fine, and 66@85c
for fine and choice grades. Medium to good Flo?
ridas sell at 27@3Sc fl lb. '' ' .
RICE.-There have been fair supplies of this
grain received during this period, the arrivals of
Carolina rough amounting to some 40,ooo bushels.
A fair demand has'prevailed during the period,
and prices have shown no ohange of importance,
the transactions amounting to about 1000 tierces
of clean Carolina, among which were 60 tierces at
6X; 17 at 5X; 45 at 5X; 9 at 6X;lis at 6; 39- at
61-16; 3S0at 6X;67 at 63-16:210 at 6X; 37 at 6616;
is at exe 9 ft. We quote Common to fair
clean Carolina at CK?6; goed 6X@6X c fl ft.
NAVAL STOBSS.^-The arrivals have been to a fair
extent, say about 2600 bbls for this period. The
market has been quiet, with light transactions,
among which were 18 bbls spirits at 42X@4Sc? 55
bbls pale rosin at $3 75 ; 98 bbls No 1 at $2 50; 7
bbls dull at $2; 7 bbls low No 1 at *i 90; 9 low No
1 at il 85; 68 No.2 at $165?160; also 201 bbls extra
No 1 at 33; 163 bbls No 1 at S2 40; 12 bbls low No l
at $1 90; 6 bbls No 1 at $2 25 ; 20 bbls dull and
opaque at ?l 76; 5 bbls Ko 1 at $196; 21 bbb No 2
at $1 55; 34 bbls Nos 2 and 3 at $146.
HAY-The supplies received were about 400
bales or North Fiver and 450 bales cf Eastern
qualities. Sales of North Hiver took place at ?i 65
@160, grnerally the latter figure. Eastern.may
be quoted.at about $1 70 9 hundred.
COHN.-The arrivals consist of limited amounts
of good to prime white, mostly from Baltimore.
The trade ia local and moderate. Sales of inferior
white took place at 93c 9 bushel, and prime at
about 96c fi bushel, weight, sacks Included. Job?
bmg lots of good to prime white sell at about $1?
105 9 bushel, weight, sachs included.
OATS.-The receipts ?re sufficient for the de?
mand, and we quote country oats at about CO;,
md Baltimore at 65@70 ft bushel, weight, sacks
FLOCK.-There ls a moderate supply o'most de?
scriptions of this article with a steady inquiry, and
.ather higher prices for all qualities. Northern and
(Vestern flne^may be quoted at $5 75 fl bbl; super
it $6 25?s so 9 bbl.; extra at $7@7 60 9 bbl;
amllyat$8@8 50 9 bbl. Southern descriptions
ire in moderate stock, and may be quoted at
5025@6 75 fl bbL for super; $7@7 50 fl bbl. for
ixtra; $s@s 50 fl bbl. for family, and $e@9 50 fl
>bL for extra and fancy brands. High grades
ure generally scarce.
BACON.-There ls a moderate ?tock of prime
lew meat, for which, however, the inquiry ls
rery limited. Prime smoked shoulders may bc
[hoted atl2X@13c fi ft; prime smok'.d clear rib
iderat I5@15xc 9 ft; dry salud shoulders at
?9Xe and salted clear rib sides at I2?l2xc
YEO STABLES AND FXCTT.-Irish potatoes are in
;ood supply, and firmer. Peach blows. may be
[noted at $4 fl bbl ; Jackson whites at $3 50; Good
ich, Ac,$350@4 fi bbL Onions are inmoderate
tock,*and sell at $4 75@550 fl bbL Cabbages,
;rown In this vicinity, are coming forward of a
;ood quality; and sell at about (12 9 M. Northern
abbagesAre In moderate supply, and arc held ut
ibout $20 fl M. Apples are in limited stock,
IOU avu ow ?v wvq ? w TJ. WM W.WM^W u.I. UV.1?T
,t $3 50 9 hundred. Baracoa bananas KC!i at
1304 9 bunch. The active Christmas demand
as kept up a good trade, which ia fully met ny
he arrival of several fine cargoes rrom Baracoa,
lavar?a and Nassau.
SUOAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks arc light
mt gcod to prime grocery sugars may be quoted
ttllK@l2o9 ft. Muscovado molasses may be
[noted dull at S9@loc in hhds, and 4l@42o fl gal?
on in bbls; clayed at 33@35c 9 gallon. New Or?
eaos molasses, new crop is'being received, and
>rime may be quoted at 75?soc fi gallon. Prime
louisiana sugar isheldat nx?i2Xc.
BUTTEE AND LAKD.-There ls a fair s;ock of
?rime Goshen. We quote good to prime at 35?
i5c ? ft; Chicago prime 29@30c fl ft; Western
md other lower grades sell from 20@30c9 lb;'
?cuntry at 25@30c 9 ft, as In qnality. Lard is in
;ood supply, and is held at 14?l5c 9 ft.
SALT.-A cargo of about 3700 sacks Liverpool
llrect arrived yesterday. Jobbmg parcels of
.iverpool received direct may be quoted at $l 70
?1 75 fi sack.
ISON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
pproved patterns, are offered on the market at
@7c fu ft.
INDIA BAOOINO.-There ls some limited inquiry
Dr this article. We quote 26X9380 fl yard.
TIMBKT. AND LUMBER.-The market for this art?
ie is dall. We quote timber for muling purposes
rom $537. Shipping timber $8@14; 4-4?5-4
ooring -at $11?12 fi M. Bright lumber, good
merchantable, from city mills, cut to size, from
15@22 fl M by the cargc.
FBEIOHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct fcd on
p!ands;vla New York, %? on uplands, l*id on
ea islands; by sall Xd on uplands,' xd on sea
ilands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise - to New
Ork, by steam Xe on uplands and lc on sea
ilands; $2 fl tierce ou rice; by sail, xe 9ft on
otton;- fl tierce ou rice; 40c fl barrel on
Dsln; $7?$8 ft M on lumber; $9?10 ft Mon tim?
er. To Eoston, by sail, X@Xc 9 ft on upland
otton. To Providence, by sail, $8 00 9 M on
oards, Xe 9 lb on cotton ; by steam 919 hale on
lew York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam,
ic 9 ft on uplands; by Bail, $7 9 M on boards;
9 on timber; $3 9 ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on
hosphates. To Baltimore by steam, xe 9 ft;
v sail, $0 50?7 9 M on noards; $3@3 25 9 ton
n phosphate rock.. Vessels are in demand by
ur merchants ta take lumber freights from
corgetown, S. C., Darien aud Satina River, Ga., j
nd Jacksonville Fla., to Northern ports, and
10@12 9 M ar? rates on lember and boards.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate y ester
ay was 19S19X for 60 day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas- 1
ig sight checks on New York at X?X off; five
ays X off; 10 days l off; 15 days ix off; 20 days
-.; 30 days -. They are selling sight checks at
GOLD.-The brokers were yestenlay buting at :
) and celling at ll. j
Itlurkets by Telegraph.
LrrEitrooL, December 21.-Evening.-colton <
rm; uplands S.uaSXd; Orleans 8Xa8Xd: sales
1,000 bales; speculation and export 3500. Com- 1
ion rosin 5s 8d<t56 9d.
NEW YORK, December 22-Noon.-Flour and ?
heat quiet and firm. Cora g:-arce end Orra,
jrk Kietuly, new $19 T2;ial9 00. Lard heavy. c
jttou quiet but strong; ut ?and-t 15XC; Orleans 5
c; sales 1500 bales. Turpen?aedaJlat45Xa4*o.
oslo Cnn, strained S2I2& Trclg ts steady. ~
nek? easier. Gold lox- Money easy at 7 per
mt. gold. Sterling exchange, 1 ag. 9; snort. OX- r
xty-ttros7X. Virginia cx-coapou 67, new 64. f
Ev uing.-Money active at 7 currency ta gold.
erllu^' quiet at 9ti:>'X- Gold 10'ialOX- Govern- j
ents dechued XaX- Southerns very much neg- ?
e?O't;- l'ennetaees heavy ; North ?. anilinas strong r
lt ?tti? doing; Tenuessecs ?S; Virginias 6;.y,
?W C5: Louisianas 7n;?, now 64. tevees 70X, eights
; Alabamas ?ooj?, fives 7o; ?euiyias 31, seven,?
X; North Carolinas44Xi new 23t.'; South Caro- .
tas S?, new Os. Conon*Arm aud in good de
aud; sales G700 balea at 151 ? cts. Flour steady ; :
runion togoud extra Strathern S'jatiiO. Whiskey
ichang'cd. Wheat ic better and In fatr export
mund; red and amber West-rn ?tl 44?U 46. A
im scarce and Armer; aew73a15X cts. Pork j,
mer; old new $?9 50. I'.eef steady. Lard ^
shade Urmer; kettle 12c. Turpetitina 45j?a46c. .
isln Urra. Tullow dull Freights dimer.
BOSTON, December 22.-Colton quiet; middlings
.'.4c: net receipts 94 bales: gross receipts ION:
les 300 br.l?3;s;o^k 500C. ' ' s
.BALT?MOBS, December OL-Flour flrm ind ac?
ure. Wheat doll for common and choice brande,
nrm for white. Corn, receipts light; white T8?75c;
isllow 72a73c Meas pork $20. Shoulders Ile.
Whiskey 93>?a94c Cotton steady and In fair de?
mand; middlings lSXc; net receipts 286 bales;
gross receipts 380 bales; sales 400 bales; Btock
CINCINNATI, December 22.-Flour steady and in
moderate demand. Corn firm and scarce, but in
good demand at 62a63o. Perk in little demand
but holders firm; $18 76ai9 asked, $18 60 offered.
Lard firm; steam lOJic; Kettle Ile Bacon only m
Jobbing demand; shoulders 10c; Bides lltfallJic.
Whiskey Bteady at 86a87c.
Wrxai??GTON, December 22.-Cotton i weaker;
middlings l'JJ?c; net receipts <266; coastwise 43;
stock 876; sales small.
NORFOLK, December 22.-Cotton quiet; low
middlings 14c; net recepta 1798; exports coast?
wise 2146; sales 160; stock 9523. ? -. .
AUGUSTA, December 22.-Cotton market firmer,
with a good demand; Bales 1170 bales; net re?
ceipts 1450; middlings 14%c.
SAVANNAH, December 22.-Cotton Brm : offerings
light; middlings 14Xc; net receipts 367 bajes; ex?
ports to Great Britain 887; other foreign ports 1112;
sales 1200; stock 78,470.
Nsw ORLEANS, December 22.-Cotton steady,
demand fair; middlings UXaMKo: net receipts
8442 bales; gross 4180; exports to Great Britain
2865; to B oston 1241 ; gross 1963; sales- 7650; stock
171.980. Sugar firmer, prime 9-^aloc. Molasses,
prime 55a67c; choice GOaSlc; others unchanged.
Stirling 20a24. Sight exchange }? discount.
New York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, December 20: The de?
mand contin?es moderate and matnly for small
odd lots, with no new features to note. So far as
business goes prices are steady, but a concession
would be necessary to sell freely. Sales of 60
tierces of Carolina at 6K&70.
From the Journal of Commerce: Rice remains
dull and heavy. There ls very little stock coming
to hand, but fully as mnch as ls wanted to meet
the demand. We quote 6.ya7 ,yc.
WILMINGTON, December 21.-TURPENTIHE.- !
Market steady and demand fair; sales of 1809 bb'.s
at $2 90 for soft and $1 70 for hard, per 280 j
pounds. ? .." .
Snmrs TUEPEKTINE.-Sales of 162 bbls at 41 >? c
Boam-Sales of 550 bbls at $T 60 for strained,
$3 for Na l, $4 25 for pale, and $4 75 for extra
TAH.-1S3 bbls changed hands at $1 70 fl bbl.
Corros.-Sales of 23 bales at I2>i, 13, ital J.yc
HAY.-Sales of 40 bales at $1 so, and 209 bales
at $l 26 per loo pounds for Northern.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA. December 22.-Sales of cotton yes?
terday 112 bales. Middling I3ftais>ic.
. SUMTER, December 21.-About 229 bales have
been sold .during the week endtng the 21st. We
quote: Ordinary 12ye, good ordinary 12}?c, low
middling Ti&c, middling 13c, strict middling
13*C. ? *
CHARLOTTE, December 20.--Sa!es to-day 127
bales, extremes 12alS,yc. Closing quiet at 13c for
MACON, December 20.-Receipts 551 bales; ship?
ments 325; sales 503. The market flrm, with
middlings at luxe.
SELMA. December J20.-There were sales yester?
day to the amount of 450 bales. Low middling
luye. Sales were made at the above quotations
for fuU grades, but upon the receipt or favorable
news, factors asked higher rates, which restricted
sales. . _
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N0T3.-We have deducted from New OrleanB
33S17 bales uplands, from Mobile iocs bales, from
Savannah 458 bags sea island and 839 bales up?
land, and from Charleston SS3 bags sea island and
931 bales upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Comparative Export s or Cotton and Rice
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1 to December '49,1870.
S. I.|Up'd. i Rice ?S. I. [Up M. ?Rice
Di her Br. Ports
rofl G. Britain
jther Fr. Ports
N\ or Europe
V. indies, Ac.
??tal F. Ports..
tait. St Nr'folkl
34.1 510 j 454
2161I 311591 4170
30" 5218! 43S
....[ 73041 2309
.... . 20:J2
2-25 04281! 9463
281011523741 94C3I 35OC?.04871
Fer steamship Georgia, for New Tork-Mr and
Irs Kerrigan, A Barrow. B Cochran, K B Uanna
an, L Brodie, Rev A D Waltrous, Edw Haolon.W
. . Imports.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Arbitrator-3775 sacks
alt. To Wagner, Huger A co.
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& r1 ls
(9 A S 'S S
S a o? SO
to e? to
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Export? of Rice. .Naval Stores awf Lum?
ber from the Fort of Charleston, from
September 1 to December ga, 18T0.
St John's, N B.
Rio de Janeiro
BAGGING, 9 yard
Dundee.?. .. @
Gunny Cloth. 26&@ 28
New York Double Anchor, 44
inches, 2?iths. 27 @ 28
BALE ROFE, 9 lb
.Western. 8 fi 12>i
Jute. ? ,.
BCTTER-Goshen. 30 ? 40
County. 25 ? 80
COTTON, ta rt
Ordinary to good ordinary,... 13.X? 14J?
Low middling. U%? 14
Middling to strict middling... 14>?? ny.
Good middling. ?
Sealsland. GO @ 85
COFFEE, 9 ft
Rio. 20 ? 22
Laguayra. 24 @ 26
Java. 28 ? 80
Carolina Fertilizer, 9 2000 flss, eo 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer. 60 00 ?
Double Refined Pondrette. 80 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate.ea 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, 9 2240 ft?i...l00 00 @
Pacific Guuno, 9 2000 tts. 65 00 @
Phouix Guano. 56 00 ?
Baugh's Phosphate, 9 2000 lbs 60 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, 9 2001 ft s 65 00 @
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
I time)... 57 60 ?
? OrchiUo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 ?
Laud Plaster. 13 00 fi 16 00
I Mapes'Snper Phos. 9 200011)3 . 66 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 66 00 ? ,.
I Woolston's Vcge'or, 9 2000 lbs 66 00 fi
Croasdalc's Gen. Sup.Phos. net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 85 00 ?
Sardy'8 Paciflo Guano, cash... 80 00 ?
Patnpsco Guano. 66 00 @
E. Krank Co's Ammonlated
Bone Phosphate. 60 00 ?
Cfie's Pure Dissolved Bone_ 62 00 &
Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
Etiwan Gnano, No 1 ($60 time) 54 00 ?" ..
Ellwan Guano, No2 ($00 time) 63 00 fi
Zen's Ammonlated Bone rhos
phate($70 time).60 CO ?
Russel Coe'B Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($65
time}.80 00 ?
FLODB, 9 bbl
Fme.,. 6 76 ?
Super. 6 26 ? 6 75
Northern and Western Ei tra. 7 00 ? 7 6?
Baltimore Extra. ?
Southern-Super. 6 25 @ e 76
Extra. 7 00 ? 7 50
Family. 8 00 ? 0 50
GRAIN, 9 bushel
Maryland Oats. 60 @ 70
Western Oats.- fi
Corn. 94 @ 1 00
? HAY, 9 cwt
North River. 1 55 ? 1 60
LTJXBER. 9 M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 50 00 ?. 55 0o
White Pine, good run. 0i 00 ? 40 00
Yellow Tine. 20 00 @ 24 00
Boards, rowrh. ll 00 fi 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES. 9 gallon
Cuba. 31 @
Muscovado. 39 ? 42
Sugar-house. 60 ? 1 00
New Orleans. 75 @
NAVAL STORES, 9 bbl
Tar. ... @
Rosin, pale. 3 25 ? 3 76
Rosin,No. 1. 1 85 @ 3 00
Rosin, No. 2. 1 65 ?
Rosin, No. 3. 1 45 ' @
Spirits Turpentine, 9 gallon.. 41 @ 43
Crude Tuioentlne. 2 60 @
Hard Turpentine. 1 50 @
Oakum, 9 ft. 16 ?
NATIS-American 4A20d.. 9 ??eeg 6 os @ 7 00
POWDEK- Dupout's.'F.F.F. g.... 8 00 fi
Dupont's, F.F.F. ? 00 ?
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 @
PROVISIONS, 9 ft
Bacon, Hame. 19 @ 22
Sides. 15 @ IQ
Shoulders. 12>?'@ 13
Strips. @ r.
Lard, i i keg. 14 a 15
Butter. 30 @ 40
Cheese. 16 @ 30
Petatees, Irish, 9 bbl. 3 co ? 4 00
Sweet. 3 50 @ 4 00
Onions. 4 75 ;S 6 50
Apples. 3 00 @ 4 50
Eggs. 25 @ 30
Poultry-Chickens, 9 doa;.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, 9 doz. 5 00 @ 5 so
RICE, 9 lb-Carolina. 05.?i@ 06*
East India. @
SALT, 9 sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 70 ? l 75
Liverpool, ?ne. ? . ?
SCGAK, 9 lb-Raw.@
Porto Rico. @
Muscovado. 10 ? UK !
BEESWAX-9 ft. 38 ? 40
?IDE3. Green-9 ft. @ .. 1
Dry. 12 ? 16
;BESTNCTS-9 bushel. 4 00 ?
Lrv?BPOC^Per' BrBtirp City or Halirax-4878
bates upland cotton, 235 tone phosphate.
Baw TOEX-Per steamship Georgia-37*bags sea
island and 1675 bales upland cotton, 31 tes rice, 29
casks dar, 4 balee bagging, 9 bbls flour, 23 bales
domestics, 4 bales wool, loo packages. and, bbls
fruit, 4c_PerBchr Florence Bogers-21 bales
upland cotton. 197 casks rice, 276 bags rice polish,
108 casks Kaolin clay, 800 bbls rosin, 40,847 feet
lamber and boards,8 psgs furniture, 3 bbls glass?
ware. - -, . .
BA?TDIOBK-Per steamship Maryland-120 tes
rice, 169 bales, 6 linds and 8 bales hides. 25 bbls
and boxes oranges, 15 bags dried fruit, Ac
llece.pt* by Railroad, December 212).
SOOTH CAROLINA BAILKOAD.
1677 hales cotton, 40 bbls naval stores, lumber
stock, ic. To Ballroad Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers
A co, O W*Williams * co; Walter A conloan *
Selgnioua, A B Mulligan, Mowry 4 Son, Frost A
Adger, G A Trenholm A Son, Prmgle A Son, W B
Smith A co, W W s-mltn.'T P Smith, Caldwell A
Son, Brodie A co, Dowling A co, Reeder A Davis,
A J Salinas.
NORTHEASTS RN KAILE 0 Ap. .,
293 bales upland, and, 3 bags se., island cotton,
114 bbls naval stores; 87 bushels rough rice, lum?
ber, mdse," Ac. To G W Williams A co. Graeser A
Smith, Courtenay A Trenholm, Frost A Adger. G
W-Davis, J N Robson, 0 SmaU, Walter A co, T-.-P
Smith, WK Ryan, Mowry A Son, Ravenel A co,
JA Quackenbttsh. Claclus A Witt?,AVoh Doh?
len, J Hanlon; S Thomas, Jr. J Baker, J E Adger A
co, Mrs Hewlir, Reeder A. Davis, Caldwell A Son,
Brodie A co, G W Witte, H Klatte A co, J B Phil?
lips, W C Bee A co, Thurston A Holmes, J S Schlr
mer, Shackeirord A Kelly, G A Howard, Barden
A Parker, John/Marshall, Jr, Kinsman A Howell,
Railroad-Agent and Order. ? . _
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
90 bales cotton, 300 bushels rough rice, mdse,
*c. To Plnckney Bros, W C Bee A eo, Mantone A
co, Gaillard A Minott, J A Qunckenbusb, W B Wil?
liams 4 Son, Wagener A Mnrdaugh, W M Lawton,
G W Witte, Stoney A Lowndes, Fraser A Dill, Mrs
A A Wilson, A J Salinas. J Colcock A co, M Brown,
R Roper, P simons, G W Williams A co. Jonston,
Crews A 00, J H Ic graham A Son, and Willis A
Chlsolm. .. ....
FuU Moon, 7th, o hours, io minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 15th, 3 hours, 61 minutes, evening.
Kew Moon, 22d. 6 hours, 59 minutes, morning.
First. Quarter. 29th. ll hours. 18 minutes, mOrn'g.
E. * Si
vr A nra.
CHARLESTON, DECEMBER 23.
Span ship Aurora, Boratan, Havana-7 day's.
Ballast. To WP Hall.
Br bark Hawkeye, Breachln. GirgentL Sicily
43 days from thc Straits or Gibraltar. Sulphur.
Toe C Coe, sup't. Vessel having reported in the
Br bark Arbitrator. Irwin, Liverpool-48 days.
Salt, To Master and Wagner, Huger A co.
Span bark Ciscar, Morgues, Havana-6 days.
Ballast. To WP Hal).
Brig E,F Dunbar, ?Tickets, Philadelphia-8 days.
Coal. To J A En Bio w A co,- and Gas co.
Soar EAS Conon, Brower, Philadelphia-8
days. Coal and guano. To Master, W Johnson,
T J Kerr A co..
? Sehr Ann B Deas. Garbatti, West Point M11L 136
tierces rice. To Porcher A Henry. Coben, Hanck
el A co, Kinsman A Howell, S D Stoney, and J A
Sehr Geni R E Lee, Gradick, Cooper River. 1600
bo shela rough rice. To G H in graham A Son, and
. Behr John Miller,->, Sat illa River, Ga., mo
bushels rough rice. To J R Pringle A Son. . -?.
Sehr Southerner, -, Santee. 1200 bushels
rough rice. To Thurston A Holmes.
Pilot boat Albion, Morse, Georgetown. To Wm
Roach A co.
Steamer Marlon, Adair, Santee Rivet. 232 bales
cotton, 260 bbls naval stores, 200 bushels rough
rice, mdse, Ac To Ravenel A Holmes, Pringle A
Son, Walter A co, Reeder A Davis, PeUer, Rod?
gers A co, W 0 Bee A co, W 0 Dukes A co, How?
ard A Bro, S D Stoney, Q W Williams A co, Frost
A Adger, Graeser A Smith, A J Salinas, Gaillard A
Minott, G W Witte, Ingrabam A Son, Jas Adger A
co, J Colcock A co, J Marshall, Jr, J Wiley, Street
Bros A co, W A Boyle, T S Meyer, J A Quacken
bush, S Ford, Caldwell A Son, H Bischoff, Barden
& Parker, J A Prichard, Wazener A Monsees. J A
Smythe, W C Courtney A co, Hamlin A Fairchild,
stoney A Lowndes, J J Wagoner, H Molieuhauer,
Mrs O E Huger and Order.
Steamer General Manigault, Cordes, Peedee,
via Georgetown, S C. 368 bales cottdn and sun?
dries. To Sbackelford A Kelly, Mowry A Son, Ceo
W Williams A co, T P Smith, King A Gibbon, W K
Sloop Ursula, --, Santee. 600 bushels rough
rice. To Thurston A Holmes.
Boat from James Island, ll bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Gaillard A Minott.
' Boat from James Island, l bag sea island cot?
ton. Tow Gurney.
Boat from Toogoodoo. 4 bngs sea island cotton.
To W A Boyle.
Steamship Georgia CrowelL New York-Wag?
ner, Huger 4 co, w A Courtenay.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore
P 0 Trenholm.
Br ship City of Halifax, Cunningham, Liverpool
Behr Florence Rogers, Sheppaid, New York-W
Roach A co.
Steamship Georgia, Crow el!, New York.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, Baltimore.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Scar C S Groves, Weaver, at PliUadelphla, De?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Jas Adger, Lockwood, at New York,
Steamship sea Gull, Dntton, at Baltimore, De?
Sehr Moses Patten, Harding, at New York, De?
The brig M E Dana,O'Neill, from Georgetown, S
C, arrived at Boston December 19.
List of Shipping
IN THE TORT OF CHARLESTON, DECEMBER 22.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, ^Yoodhull, at Adger'a wharr,
xor New Tork. loading-James Auger & co.
Georgia, 1800 too9, CrowelL, at Union wharf, for
New York, ready-Wagner, Huger 4 co, WA
Co arte nay.
J W Everman, 691 tons, Hinckley, at Brown 4
co's wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A
Rita (Span), 900 tons, Rles: ra, at Atlantic wharf,
for Llverpoal, loading-W P Hall.
John Sidney, 1002 tons. Bartlett, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W B Smith 4
John 0 Baker, mo tons, Spear, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, for Liverpool loading-Street Bros 4 co.
City or Halifax, (Br,) 863 tons, Cunningham, at
Accommodation wharf, for Liverpool, ready
- -H Card.
County of Picton (Br), 690 tons. Erskine, at Central
wharf, from Picton, NS, discharging-RMure
Eliza Everett (Br), 893 tons, Dennis, at Vander?
horst's wharfy ror Liverpool, loadlpg-B S
Rhett 4 Son.
Aurora (Span), - tons, Boratan, in the Stream,
from Havana, jost arrived-W P HalL
Lillie M. (Br,)-tons, Guthrie, at Robb's Mill,
for a Port In Great Britain, loading-C C Coe,
Evanell, 613 tons, Randell, in the Stream, for
Liverpool, ready-J A Enslow 4 co.
VirgiDia Dare, 801 tons, Skofield, at Atlantic
wharr, for Liverpool, loading-E Willis.
Paquete de Cantabria (Sp). 248 tons, Onzain, at
Brown 4 co's wharf, for Santander, loading
W P Hall.
Sarah, 661 tons, Atkins, at Boyce 4 co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros 4 co.
Ysabel (Span) 343 tons, Auton, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Barcelona, walting-W P HnU.
Blomldon (Br), 563 tons, Gowen, at Accommo?
dation wharf, for Liverpool, loading-H
Aurelia, 561 tons, Lothrap, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W Roach 4 co.
Hawkeye (Br), - tons, Breachln, In the Stream,
from Glrgenti, Sicily, just arrived-Street
Bros A co.
Sailor Prince. 445 tons, McManns, at Brown A co's
wharf, ro.1 Liverpool, loading-W P Hall.
Joven Beatriz (Span), - tons, Klrchoffer, at At?
lantic wharf, from Clenfucgos, walting-W P
Ked-r, 350 tons, French, in the Stream, for Valpa?
Ciscar (Span), - tons, Morgues, in the Stream,
from Havana, Just arrived-W P Hall.
Arbitrator (Br), - tons, Irwin, in the Stream,
from Liverpool, jost arrived-Master.
R B Gove, 463 tons. Harkness, at Atlantic what!,
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Cecilia (Br), 202 tons, Bistrup, at Boyce 4 co's
wharr, from Liverpool, walting-RT Waiker.
Henry Trowbridge. -tons, BlnBley, in Ashley
River, for Jamaica, loading-J A Enslow 4 co.
Laureato, (Span.) 144 tont., Estope, at Brown
4 co's wharf, fer Barcelona, ready-W P I
. Hall. I I
SVasp, (Br.) 442 tons, Deroy, at Commercial wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-street Bros 4 co.
hortensia (Span), - tons, Bertr?n, at Brown 4
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
: F Dunbar, 2C6 tons, Ntckels, at Gas Company's
whr.rf, from Philadelphia, discharging-J A
Enslow A co.
r SCHOONERS. - -, - -
W L Barrongaa, 630 tots, Louden,'In the Stream,
for Liverpool ready-Street Bros * co.
W L Bradley, 432 tons, at Atlantic wharf,. for
Boston, loading-WHoach A co." .'. - I
Florence Rogers, ?0S. ton?, Shepherd, .in Ashley
River, Sot New York, leading-W Roach- m co.
Myrover, 444 tons, Brown; at Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading-w Roach* co.
Harrie C Shepherd, 283 tons, Clark, in Ashley
River, for Baltimore, loading-J A Eiiajow A
Matoaka. 217 tons. Fooks;'in Ashley River, for
Baltimore, loading-Street Bros A co.
Geni Banks, 223 tons, Woodbury, lu the Stream,
for Georgetown, S 0, ready-Street Bros * co.
rda Richardson, 178 tons, Beden, in Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-Street Bros A co. - 1
Emma Green, 190 tons, Collins, at Onion wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Roach A co.
J H Stickney, - tons, Fooks, at Kerr's wharf.
from Baltimore, discharging-Street Broa t
Clara W Elwell, 290 tons, Giles, at Central wharf,
from Rockport, Me, discharging-A McCobb,,
Jr.- . ?. """ ?
jesse Wilson, 248 .tons, Connelly, at Central wharf, I
. from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
<fe co. .... . -i
Thos G Smith, 275 tons, Bacon, at Central wharf, I
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
AOO. . . .
Eogene .Borda, 207 tons, Dukes, at Central wharf,
. from Phil adelph^, discharging-H F Baser
S> H Sharp; 248 tons, Webb, at central wharf,
from Philadelphia,, discharging-H F. Baker
' A col
Aldana Hokes, - tons, Jameson, In Ashley River,-'
from Wood'a-Hole, discharging-C H Widden.
-David Miller,.- tons, Rogers, at. Union wharf,
from New York, discharging-Street Bros
' & co. .?..?- ?
Lilly. 412 tons, Hughes, at Ad ger's-.wharf, from-]
-.- New York, discharging-W Roach.* co.; u, '
John Slusmau, 279 tons, Adams, at Central wharf,
for Boston, loading-H F BaYer A co:
SA'E Corson.-tons, BrowD, in the Stream,
' <-. from Phuadelphia,Just arrived-Master. ,
;J M Brooman, 221 tons. Douglas, at Boyce k co's
wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging-J-A
Baslow k co. ye*
LIST OP VESSELS 1
Vt, CLSABSB AKT) SAILED FOB THIS POBT.
F 0 RT? ON. \*%?
Steamship Pioneer, Culbertson, up.........Nov 24
Br snip Muscongua, Glover, Bailed..Nov fi.
Br bark Yum irf. Campbell.1 Balled... .'. October 29
.." ? CARDIFF. . pru - ?
Bark Benjamin OsBeua,.HUL sailed.,.. .October io
The Prof Schwelgard, Svang, cleared*..... .No? 19
Fr bark Intimes, Gefflot, sailed....;.... Oct io
Bark Kepler, Lancken au, sailed............Nov 7
KINGSTON) JA. .
I Br bark Louisa, Cook, up..?.....Noy .8
Br bark Agnes, .Campbell, sailed,...........Dec is
CIEN'FUE G OS.
Spanish brig Car'raquena, Pages, sallen... .Dec 2 |
D O M E'S TIC.
BOSTON. .?. . .i
Bark H G Hall, Flake, cleared...Dec 14
Brig J H Kennedy, Hallett, cleared.Nov 30
Soar Grace Girdler. Smith, up.I.......Nov ta?
scar Mary stow, Rankin, up...........Deo 7.
Sehr Darien, Rogers^cleared.....Dec &
Sehr B N Hawkins, wyatt, np..............Dec IB
Sehr LS Davis, Bishop, cIeared.:,rr..L.:.;R...I)eol?'
SohrMary Farrow; Bayley, cleared.........Dec lt
Sehr M Patten, Harding,, cleared.Deo 19
Sehr Gettysburg, Corson. cieared...Nov 27*
Sehr EA Hooper, Hooper, up....:.Dec 6
Sehr E H Naylor, Naylor, cleared,..........Decae
Sehr CS Groves, Weaver, up...........Deo20
Brig Edith Ha'l. Oliver, up...'.,..Dec 19
Sehr Surprise, Beers, up....'.........;.Dec 17
Sehr E J Palmer, Smoot, up. Dec 17
PROVIDENCE. '. . ?> '
Br bark Adriatic, McKenzie, Balled.Deo 10
Bark Sabra Moses, Kulana, cleared....... ..Dec 16
PORTLAND; Mg. l . '
. Schf Fred Fish. DavlB, cleared..Dei 15
p OK NE IY Y O BK.
,[ON SATURDAY, DBCEXREE 24, AT 7
' O'CLOCK P. M.]
OLD LINK NEW YORK AND CHARLES?
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ship MANHATTAN, woodhall Commander, wlU
1 leave Adger's Wharf as above.
The JA UES AUGER* follows on TOSSSAT, De*
cember 27, at - o'clock..
For Freight or Passage, apply to '
dec21-4 JAMES APO ER A CO., Agenta. '
rjlHI?uUGH BILLS LADINO TO
BALTIMORE: PHILADELPHIA, BOS?
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The fine Steamahlp SEA GULL,
Dutton, Commander, will sall for,_
Baltimore on WEDNESDAY, 25th December, at
half-pas; 10 o'clock
?- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tlonal insurance, and Consignees arc allowed am?
ple time ;o sample and sell their Gooda from
the Railroad Depot lu Philadelphia.
PAUL C TRENHOLM, Agent,
<lec23-4 No. 2 Onion Wharves.
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
SANTE E RIVER.
The Steamer MARION, Captain W. P .offish.
F. Adair, ls now. receiving FreightjaSiSK
at Accommodation Wharf, and will leave on
TUESDAY MOBNINO, the 27th Ins;., ai 6 o'clock.
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For.engagements apply to
RAVEN EL k HOLMES.
dec23-3_No. 177 East Bay.
QEORGETOWN STEAM PACKET.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain 0. - _ ^.ff*t->k.
C. White, will receive Freight at iT*m\mmSm
Commercial Wharf, every SATURDAY and WKD
NBSDAY, and leave each port as follows' : . *"
Charleston, SUNDAY and WEDNESDAY NIGHT at
Georgetown, TUESDAY and FRIDAY MORNING at
On SATUBDAY River Freight will be recervecVfor
Kelthtle.d and Weymouth Mills, and on WEDNES?
DAY for Brookgreen and Waverly Mills.
For engagements, apply to ' ; ".
SHACKELFORD A KELLT,
decl7-aw_. Boyce's Wharf.
miME TABLE OF STEAMER "ARGO/'
JL FOR DECEMBER, 1870.
FOR EDISTO, ENTERPRISE AND WAY LAND?
INGS, (INLAND ALL THE WAY.)
The Steamer "ARGO" will re- - .?JT^w
ceive Freight at South Atlantic^BSSBK
Wharf, on MONDAYS and THURSDAYS, and leave
Friday, 2d, 2AM Sundav, 4th, ll P M
Tuesday, 6th, 6AM Wednesday, ?th.. 2 PM
Fr.day, 9th, 7 A M Saturday, loth, 5*i A M
Tuesday, is:h, 94A M Wednesday, 14th, 7AM
Friday, 16th, 10 A MStturday, 17th, ll AM
Tuesday, 20th, 5 A Mi Wednesday, 21st, 2 PM
Friday, 23d, 8 A M Saturday, 24th, 5,S' AM
Tuesday, 27th, 10 A M.Wednesday, 28th, 7AM
Friday, 30th, ll A M|Sa:urday. 31st, 9AM
Freight received until oue hour before the time
Money packages must be properly sealed, and
duplicate receipts sent with each.
For Freight engagements or Passage, apply on .
board, at south Atlantic Wharf, or to
DOUGLAS NISBET, Agent,
Office on Accommodation Wharf.
N. B.-Freight and wharfage payable on the
No Freight received after sunset.
Shippers are respectfully requested to observe
gHAMPOOING AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
mended at their residences promptly and'al
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHALL, Barber,
Broad street next door to Telegraph office.
iJH?RStf YOBk-t?(Mll?TSf LESE*
'The Regular Lffi? Packe: Schooner MY-^A*
ROVER, Brown Master, having ull her heavy S&K
freight on board, wants cotton andlHfht freight
tO flu up. - -> - WM. ROACH A CO.
dec28-2_. ;- .".? ". . .y
JP OE L?VJ? B ROO,!,.., j.
: The Al Bark SALI OR PRINCE, McHanus, Jtk
??asterT?of 1400 bales capacity,) will haveSHt
dispatch for the above pert .. '. ?> * ?
. Por Freight ec g ag eme ats, *^^7<^?jjg 4
' ?ec21-Wfm?o * ^IferSh Ail?nflc-WjUBt;- ?
JOH LI VB P,tfO . , ^
WANTS 800 BALES TO' COMPLETE CARGO.
\ The first-class - British -Barle BLOMIDON,
?ohn R, Oowea, Master, wanta .above qnan-SZIt
itv to complete cargo, and sail Immediately.
For engagements, appiyto ;_.?.
'? <"-'? tr-V- -'. "HENRY CARD, ^;
deesa - r * < s Aoaomgodatjon Whariy-..
pACIflO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMTY'S
: . . '-': -- THEOCQH UHB TO , . . ?gj
FARES GREATLY REDUCED; mftA
; .?? '.' ' - . ; - . 1 . ? ... * weitet]
i > .' " " ia 5? J^~~>'.v. .'. .-j?> y<
, Steamers of the above ltne leave Pler^CMfevr
No. 42, North River, foot or OanalSSHHf
street,- New Yorkyat'12 o'clock noon, o?: the ?ta
and 20th of. every month, (except wheji, thean,
dates .'ail on Snndaj; then the "Saturday jrecedT
ln'fc' B*K5 ??*+- ..'**?. *-vl
' Departure of the 20th connect at Panama wiia<
steamers for South m??e and Centrar American
.portai Those of 4th touch ar Man MTV! Uo. .
i S teamsfi ip J AP AN leaves San Francisco for Jjov
pan and China December- .di, 1870. -... ?*< ^.,0
' No Cal trenna steamers touch, ai Havana, but,
?rn dlrsotjrpm Eejr X?rk to.Aspmwa?.L T^JvT
one hundred pounds baggage free to each adnlti
Medicine and attendance free. ?? <? ;:>M-j*t*
, For Passage Tickets or other information ,appiJ
?at the COMPANY'S ?rciy3T OFHWonThe
wharf foot of Canal, street)_North R^ve^yeir
' York. " ...? F?3t BABY, Agent?
: -jttjyw-iyx > -, - - .?? -nt.?*+f.vvt*it
MOUNT PLE?EAJST M'sffi'
, VAN'S"ISLAND'FERRY COMPANTT-*^5,
H^ask :.--?-*. \??. fr**
? The following Schedule, .will be 8fe4fcjgPSia
observed every day until further UO-(HMSSS>
Leave Mount Pleasant ot 8 and lltf Av4?^luidr .
4MP- M. tnt -, .v . , V- ./.. -
, Lewe Sullivui'i? ..island at 1% and lix A. M.?.
and* P. M.. . '** '*^ >;
d?cO-l? .-/? '."."J; H.^MURJ^T, -AganC -
"POE SAVANNAH VIA PACIE?C LANQ-'^
The fast sailing. Steamer PILOT _ ^?5"^%
BOY, Captain J. W. tfl/.^wiU leaVe?jSfea2
Central Wharf for above places every MONDAY
MORNING, at s.oToloot" .. i ( ^ ^ ^
j ..i.: RET URN LNG, "r .. ..
', .The PILOT BOT will leave Savannah-.ereqt
TOtDAt MoRKU/a, at 7 o'clock. ^Beaufort and Pa
fio Landing same day.1' ?. X L>. AIKBN A ?O.;" ^
nov29_ . Agents, Central Wharf.
j O R F; L ? X X; ?; ^ .
.'r . . J. TWICE A WEEK. '." -
FOB SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON.
VILLE, P1LATKA AND ALL POINTS ON .
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
' - ? '' - .. .'<?? . .i'. jr. H
The Steamer DICTATOR, C?ptala ??._jBE5?Aa>
George E. McMillan, will sall from^UnSEEK
Central Wharf for-above points cveiy TU?SDAY
EnKTNO, at 8 o'clock, arriving back at Charle?,
ton every 8trr*UY ASTKBNOON, at 6 o'clock. D
The Steamar CITY POiNT, Captain D. B. Tin
cent, wfO sall from Central Wharf ror above point?
every FRTD AT EVKNTV a, ttl o'clock, "arriving
beek at Charleston WKLVKSPAY A?-TKRNOOH, at a
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,- '
octio_ Na 6 Central WbarL .
"TfTEEELY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
?: * THROUGH BT DAYLIGHT; ' >
.. -l"' - . ?./ -. '? ti
FOB PACIFIC LANDING. BEAUFORT. HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARIEN ABD . w
RRUNSWICK, OA. '
The ttvorlte Steamer
ELI zjL ii A. rv c. ?/?.,.;!,';
_. Captain L. W. BFSITO,
"wm receive Freight tr South Atlaft
tlc wharf Tor above j>c??L8 every J?BBilKv
Ttnt?DAT, and leave on every WBDNKDAT Moair
LNO, at 7 o'clock, arriving'at Savannah the sam?
evening, amtleavlng for Parlen, Ac^ the roUow
lng morning, Returning, will leave Savannah inc,
Charleston every MONDAY MORNLVO, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or passage, apply to
v> , . RAVEN'KL A HOLMES.
,aepio. . . sb. 177 East Baj.;
EOE BEAUFOET AND PACIFie LAND
.?..fi.. .v - .. . . : ..A . o .
INO, "FENWICK'S ISLAND, C?FFflPS-POINT;
PORT ROYAL RAILROAD WHARF, PARIS' '
ISLAND LANDING, STATION CREEK,.
AND OTHER LANDINGS WHERE IN
DUCEMENT8 ?RE OFFERED. .
. j . --. V '?.
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain -
J. w. Sly, wUl sall for above r-"'"*~mWm
every THTJBSDAT MORNING, at 8 o'clock, ant)
Inducements offer will touch at any of the aaove
Landings. ni ? *? ? ' *
WUl leave Beaufort on FKLPAY MORNING, touch
lng at Paclflc Landing. J. D. AIKEN A Co, ,
nov28_' ? ? . '_" Agents.
SUnrtjea'.s Stare!)- jf
SATIN GLOSS STARCH
'In Six Pound Boxes and 0nt Pound Papers. '
Gives a Beautiful, WHITE and GLOSSY FINISH,
besides renders Fabrics very durable.
Na other Starch so easily n?td, or. mm
Une lt once, and. ,
You will use no .other.
Made with great care, from the choicest White Corn..,
A choice preparation of tKe?mestport?ms of Starch,
from carefully selected white Southern Corn.
UNEQUALLED AS AN ARTICLE OF FOOD,
. OE AS A DELICACY,
By. any other Preparation from Corn.
> one af th? nborp Coorin genuine wi th?
oa! Duryea?' on every package. V
?y Persons unable to procure our goods from their
regular grocer, on addressing. the Manu&cturenv;
49 and 51 Park Place, New York City, will be careered ,
to those in their vicinity who will supply them.
octsi-2mos _ ?/
" Bitters/ ;
OLD CAB OLIN A BITTERS,
FOR SALE BY . .
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
C. D. AHRENS 4 CO., King street,
B. TELDMANN & CO., Eng street
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
PBOFESS0B BERGER'S BED-B?Cr
COstar'S INSECT POWDER . j
Glentworth's Roach Exterminator *
Costar's Rat Poison ,
Isaacsen's Sure Pop-Death to Mosquitoes.
For sale by DR. H. BAEB,
julys No. 131 Meeting streeL