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COMMERCIAL y JEWS.
New YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-92 bags
sea Island and 512 bales upland cotton, loo bales
domestics, 158 tes rice, 53 packages, and 64 boxes
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J w Everman
164 bales upland cotton, IOU bales yarns and warp.
6i tes rice, 42 bales rags, 5 hhds old Iron, 6 easies
clay, 14 pkgs sundries.
BALTIMORE- Per sehr E J Palmer-115,000 feet
NEW ORLEANS-Per brig E H Kennedy-400 tons
?Wando fertilizer, 22S5 bushels cow peas.
The Charleston Cotton, Ute? and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NEWS. 1
SATURDAY EVENING, January 7,1871. j
COTTON.-The lnqnlry for this staple waa to a
moderate extent- The inferior qualities in which
the transactions were mostly composed Indicated
at an early hour a decline of about s'c, and in
some cases *c it lb; the stock cf the good grades
being light, they were held more firmly, but the
dispatches continuing bad, limited siles of these
kinds took placo? scant low middlings touching
13*c and middlings 14?,'c ?> n>; but factors did
not appear to be offering freely at these rates, the
market showing soma Irregularity and rather dif?
ficult to quote. Sales about 1000 bales, say 87 at
13; 93 at 13*; 56 at 13','; 92 at 13)6', ISC at MHi
236at 18*; 28 at 13*; lt? at 14; 27 at 14*; 70 at
14%; 4 at io,'; 10 at llV: 4 at 14*: 16 at 15c, and
omitted the day before 200 bales at lSc ? m. We'
quote the market weak at the close and somewhat
nominal, say.' -
Ordinary to good ordinary.18 @13*
RICE.-The market was rather firm, with a fair
demand; sales about 400 tierces of clean Carolina,
say 207 tierces at e*c: 25 at 6 916; 39 at 6*c f>
ft. We quote good clean Carolina at 0*?6*c
lift. - *
NAVAL STORES.-There were no sales of note.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct * on
uplands; via New York, *d on uplands, l*d on
?ea islands; by sall 15-82a*d on uplands,*d on sea
Islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise-to*New
York, by steam, *c on uplands and lc on sea
Islands; $2 fi tierce on rice; by sail, >,'c $ ft OL
cotton ;-fi tierce on rice; 40c 9 barrel on roela :
$7@8 9 Mon lumber; $9@io fl M on timber. To
Boston, by sall, *@J?c ? ft on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sall SS fi M on boards, xe
fi ft OB cotton ; by steam $1 fl bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, }?c f* ft
on uplands; by sall, $7 fi" M on boards; $9 ou
timber; $3 fi ton on clay, and $S&8 50 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam. ,-?c fi ft; by
?ail, $6 50?7 fi M on boards; $5@325 ?> ton ou
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
Our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. G., barten and SatUla River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $ic
012 fi Mare the rates on lumber and boards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 dey bills 19*@19*.
JJOaTBSTlo EXCHANGE. - The hanks purchase
sight checks at X@ >i off, and sell at par.
. Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, January 6-Neon.-Consols 92>i. Bonds
89.*?. Sugar afloat 29s 6da29s 9d.
Evening.-Consols. 92*. Bonds 89*. '
January 7.-Amer IcaL securities'quiet. Stocks
quiet. Erle 19. Consols 92* for both.
Evening.-Cons-Hs 92*. Bonds so j,'.
FRANKFORT, Jaauury 6-Evening.-B. nds closed
at 94*. ,
LrvEF.rooL, January 6-Noon.-Cotton dull and
irregular; uplands 7*a8d; Orleans 8a6*d; sales
10,000 bales; for the week 50,000; export? 7000;
speculation 1000; stock 620,000: American 212,000;
receipts 182,000; American 130,000. Highest grath s
wheat lOsalOd 4d. Flour 26s. Corn, new ?ls Od.
Afternoon.-Cotton heavy; uplands 7*a7*d:
Orleans 8a8*d ; stock aQoat bound hither wara
368,000 bales; American 230,000.
Evening.-Cotton closed flat and irregular; up?
lands 7*a7*d; Orleans 3as*d: sales 10,060 huies;
speculation and exports loco. Yarns and fabrics
at Manchester, dun. ] Breadatuus and provisions
January 7.-Noon.-Cotton opens doll with a
downward tendency; uplands 7*a7*d; Orleans
7*aSd; sales io.ooo bales. Corn 3ls Cd.
Evening.-Cotton closed firmer; uplands 7*d;
Orleans ixl. Sales 10,000 bales; speculation nc)
export 2000; sales of cotton on ship loadlugat
Charleston : j,'a; J,d for middling uplands Ked
winter wheat ios Oil. Short rib middles 50s.
NEW YORE, January 7-Noon.-Stocks better.
Gold lo*@io*. Money 6@7. Sterling-loug
9J?; short 9?,'. Bonds 8>i. The bank statement
shows a loan increase of $2,lCO,ooo; specie in?
crease. $5.529,000; circulation decrease, $3S,0CO;
deposits Increase, $13,814,000; legal tenders in
crease, 33,786,00o. Hour dnU and unchanged.
Wheat quiet and heavy, corn a shade limier.
Mess pork steady: r.ew, $19 75@20 00. Lard in fair
request. Cotton dull and heavy; uplands 15c;
Bales 1000. Turpentine firmly held at 48*@l9c.
Rosin firm; straiued, $2 30@235. Freights duli.
Evening.-Money easy at ca7. Sterling steadv
at * 9*a9*. Gold lQ*aio*. Governments aie
stronger, and advanced \a*. Southerns dull
and heavy. Tennessees 62. Virginias (7; new 63.
Louisianas 64; new 63; levees Vu; eights 80. Ala?
bamas 95; fives 69. Georgias 48; sevens 83*
North Carolinas 44*: new is. South Carolinas 80;
new ci. Demand for loans promptly met. Sixes
10;?'; sixty-twos %y,\ sixty -fours 8*; sixty-flves 8*
new 7*; sixty-eights 8; ten-forties 6*. Cotton
dull and unchanged ; sales 2600 bales at 15c Flour
dull and 5aT0c lower; superfine State and Western
fj 30a5 60; common to choice extra State and
Western $6 ioao co. Wheat closed rather firmer;
winter red and amber Western $145al 50. Corn u
shade easier; new 76a7S)a'c rork, new $20a
$2012*. Beer steady. Lard firm at I2*al2j?c.
Groceries and naval stores flint. Frei-rbis lower.
BOSTON, January 7.-Cotton duU; middling*
15*c;net receipts 260 bales; gross receipts-1365 ;
sales 800;- stock 7000. ,
BALTIMORE, January 7.-Cotton duli and tend?
ing lower; middlings 14*: net receipts 1-5 bales;
gross receipts 930; sales C60; stock 12,805.
CINCINNATI, January 7.-Breadstuff* dull. Mess
pork unsettled at $19 60. Green meats firmer.
Bulk meats buoyant. Bacon-limited jobbing de?
mand. Whiskey drooping at 86c.
LOUISVILLE, January 7.-Bagging Active at 25a,
26c Hour quiet; family $5i*. Provisions buoy?
ant. Mets pork $20. Lard 12c Bacon-shoul?
ders 10*c; clear sides 12c; bulk shoulders 7*c;
clear sides Ile Whlskeyiwe.
NORFOLK, January 7.-cotton dull; low mid?
dling nc; net receipts 1154 bales; exports coast?
wise 281; sales 1 0; stock 7950.
WILMINGTON. January 7.-Cotton dull; .mid?
dlings 14c; net rece.pts 320 bales; sales IO; stock
AUGUSTA, January 7.-Cotton opened with a
fair demand at Lie for Liverpool, and 14*c for
New York middling. About noon, the market
declined irre gular y. but about *o per pound, and
continued quiet nm ll the aft?rnoon accounts were*
.received, after wh ch it rallied and closed steady
at the opening price-7- Saleados bales; receipts
SAVANNAH, January :.-Cotton in Ughtdemand;
middling U&c; "et receipts 4903 bales; exports to
Great Britain Si bales; sates SOO bales; stock 89,751
Mo ni LE, January 7.-Cotton dull: middlings
14c; net receipts 2296 bales; exporta coastwise
378; sales 150C: stock 64.039.
GALVESTON, January 7.-Cotton dull and lower;
middlings 13,\ic; net receipts 28S9 bales; exports
coastwise 839; Bales looo; stock 55,067.
NEW ORLEANS, January 7.-Cotton active; mid?
dlings 14*al4*c; net receipts 8345 bales gross
3694; exports to Great Britain 2835; to barcelona
2367; to Genoa 1220; coast wis* 1007; sal?* 7350;
stock 224.479. Molas-es ?aster; common 40a45c;
prime 55a56c; choice 59a60?; others unchanged,
sterling 20*. New York sight * discount Gold
New York Rice Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, January? : The stock
hero continues rather small and pretty well under
control, with reports of but lttne to come to hand
for some time yet, and holders tn consequence are
firm on prices and offer lightly. The demand,
however, proves moderate aad merely for such
lots as may be required by the pressing wants of
the trade. Sales 50 tierces Carolina at 6*a7 -, c.
From the World, January 4 : The demand con?
tinues moderate, and. In the main for such small
lots as the current wants of regular dealers re?
quire; butas the accumulation is light and not in?
creasing holders remain firm at lull ronner
figures. Salea or 46 tierces Carolina at 6>?a7*c.
From the Journal ol Commerce: Thc merket ls
unchanged. There ls bot little stock arriving,
and the demand ls about ?quai to the supply- We
From tue Herald: Carolina wa3 dull and un?
changed. A few small lota were seid at from 6*a
7c. nangeen was dull and nominal. No Bales.
From he limes: Rice has been quiet but steady.
Stock 875 ca-Ks Carolina and 9200 bags Rangoon,
against 1670 casks Carolina and 7829 bags Ran?
goon same time last year.
From the Dally Bulletin. January 6: Holders
remaiu verv firm, owing to the continued small
supply, and (or choice lots In a small way obtain
rather tngn>r figures, but the demand does not
Improve, the daily wants of goobers affordinii the
main outlet. Sales or 45 casks Carolina at o*a
7*c, cash. _ ,
From tue Journal of Commerce: There is no
new feature to i ote. The ba ines ls Ught, but no
change in values ts noticeable. We- quote 6*a
7* c. Sales 30 tierces.
From the Times: Trade a little slow, but sup
?ly small and prices firm. Sales of 40 tierces
aroUna at 6*a7.L?c; a few very choice 7*c.
Hew York Naval Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, January 5: The
market for spirits turpentine is hardly so firm,
owlDg torreer arrivals. The demand ls mode
rate. Sales embrace 100 barrels on deckat4SJ?c;
60 barre's at 4Sa4S,'-c, ana rumored 100 barrels tor
latter part of tbe month at a private price. Ro?
sins-strained grades are very strong, with a
continued fair call from shippers and bu: little
disposition to realize. We quote at $2 35 for
attained, with some purtles refusing this price.
Sales to-day are unimportant. Other "qualities are
held steadily, with a moderate ?inulrv, mainly
from the home trade. ' . '
New York Hay Market.
From the Daily Bulletin, January 5 : There is a
little better demand, and prices rule Arm with
light receipts. Sales are 100 boles for Savannah
pef steamer, 190 per sall: 100 for Augusta: 42 for
Macon: loo for Norfolk.and 90 for Jacksonville, all
at SI 20; al=o 105 for Havana reported at il 25.
Relating is rather quiet, but sieady; fancy lots
briLg onr outside price. Lone rye straw is very
Armand scarce; $125 was offered this morning
and refuged. Short and oat are In good supply
and unchanged. Salt hav i? selling slow iv fdr
packing, and prices are steadily held.
COLUMBUS, January 6.-Friday there was a
strong demand for ?ll grades nho-e ordinary, but
comparatively few seUers couhl be fonud. New
Vorl. reported heavy salis-4;000 spot and 10.000
contracts. Sales 362 bales, at about tin following
figures: Ordinary, ll@ll?ic; good ordinary,42>,c;
l>w middling, 13@13>??; Huddling. 13}.'@l3^'c.
Sales of the nreek, 1,093 balea-1.414 on European
orders, - Northern account, 510 for Northern
spinners, 89 for nome consumption. Week's re?
ceipts 2,013 bales, against 2,412 the previous one,
and 1,839 the corresponding week last season
110 by S. W. R. R., 620 by M. A- G. R. R., 113 by
Opelika R. R., 240 by river, 925 by wagons. Ship?
ment 1.9S7 bales-i,9l(? by S. w. R. R., 69 for
home consumption. * . .
Stock on hand September 1, 1S70. 1.572
Shipped past week. 1.&S7
Stock January 6,1S71.12,310
On the week thc stock has increased 26.
KECEiprs ASP SHIPMENTS.-The following table
shows the respective routes by which cotton has
been received and shipped:
3? W. Railroad.1.3S7 2,416
M. A G. Railroad.16,610 1?0S5
i ope ika Railroad.2,210 3,u64
River.. 3,676 3,433
Shipments 39,179 bales-GB.218 by Southwestern
it.nl:oad to Savannah, 48 by upclika Radroad to
Charleston, and lol via Opelika Railroad io New
.OrleADs; 762 for heme consumption.
SALES.-since September 1st 3C4S2 bale? have
been reported sold-21.253 for Europe: 5402 for
Northern sccouut, 12,012 for Northern spiuuer?.
762 lor home consumption. Our factories un y
mos'ly ou streets.
Interior Cotton ,"Ixi-kets.
ABBEVILLE, January 6.-Colton 10*,al2;?C.
ANDERSON, January4.-To-day middlings com?
mand 13 r.3 /? ^ c.
ATLANT i. January 6.-The market to-day
has been quiet and steady; middlings IS1*-; low
midd.lng 12\1-'; good ordinary i2.-j; ordinary ll.
COLUMBIA. January 8.-Sales of cort m yes*er
terday about 100 bales-middlings is.'.c. ,
CHARLOTTE, January C.-Sales ro-duv 42 i*a'jes
! at 13c for ht st grades. Trashy cotton ?or ia de?
mand. Market dull and Irregular.
MACON, January c.-Receipts 616 bale?: snip
ments 202; sale3 c?3. Tlie market quiet wah mid?
dlings at l3Xc.
MONTGOMERY, January C-Conon market is
quiet at 13c for low middlings.
ORANGBBGRG, January 0.-Sn'es during fhie
week 100 bales. We quoie: Ordinal? ll. ww
middling 12, middling 12?;al3.
SELMA. January 6.-There were sale* yesterday
to the amount of 3J0 bales: low middling I3l4c.
strict good ordinary 13. The tleuihud was guoU
with light . fferlnge.
Receipts by iialirpait. Juuuury ?.
sorra C?BOUNA ti.ui.hoti>.
809 bales cotton, 5 bales goods, - cars stock.
To Railroad Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers A co. Frost A
Adeer, G V Witte, Graeser A Smith, L D DcSans
sure, W C Bee A co, W B Williams .v Son, F C May,
G u Walter A co. J A" Quat J^unush, Brodie A co,
Reeder A Davis, Wagen er A Murda ugh. G F; Hin,
w K Ryan. G vt Wilhams A ?6, Beith A Rice, A
B Mulligan, Il Cobla A co, G A 'l'iciilio.'ni A- Son.
w P Hail, Cleghorn, Heiring .v co, A R Taft ,t eo.
Thurston A Holmes, Oami ?ea A co. Bischoff A co.
Street ir-?a A- co. .B O'Nei.L Steffens, werner ?
Ducker, J Hurkamp Sc co. Klinck, Wick?nberg A
co, J H Toilers.
t-ORT KEAST KKK fAILXO.VD.
1S4 bales nplaud and 49 bags sea i?lan>l ctten. .
119 bbis naval stores, cars lamber at.d wood, eut
ton see-i. mdse. Ac. To G W Williams* A co, G H
Walter A co. Graeser A Smith. A J Salinas, W K
Ryan, J Marshall. Jr, Mowry S' u. Frost k Adger.
Caldwell A Son, Hopkins, McPherson A co, Tl*,
i Sinlih, ll stettz, B Boyd, Pelzer. Rodgers A co.
Reeder Je Davi-, Pringle A Son. W II Chafes A co.
skull A- Selguious, Harden Je Parker: Kinsman A
Howell,Money A Lowndes. Kavenel A'co, street
Bros 4 eo, Archer A F, U Bischoff * CO, H Hut
son. Ellen Nelson, J Wietcrs, S Fais, S D Stoney,
W Carney and Railroad Agent.
SAVANNAH AND CHAKLESTON RAILROAD.
S2 bales cotton, mdse. J-c. To W p Dowling A
co. reiser. Rodgers A co. Framer A Dill. J Whey
A co, Wage ncr & Murd nu ?li, Clacius A Witte. S L
Howard* & Bio, Sloan a SetgDi^ns, J J Weseoat. J
I > Aiken A co. Johnston, Crews A co. Robt Adger,
Stoney A Lowndes.
Per stenmsnip Manhattan, for New York-W
Wilkinson, J Sprlpgs, Miss Gonzales, L D Ross,
Mrs H B Sharp, nurse and two children. Mrs Wil?
liams and two children.
Per steamship South Carolina, from New York
-.Mrs smith fand son, J McBrenon, C. Merrltr, il
Pearson, W Whitaker, W U Hargrave, J L Munn.
J Maloney, J U mellings. H C Krausse.
Per steamer Dictator. Irom Palatka ila Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs Dresser
uud child, Mr Gleason, wife and cbliM, Capt T J
Lockwood, Mr Nathans. Mr Stickman, Mr Brown,
W W Ross and Wife, J McDermott and sister. Miss
a Beatty. Mr Rider. A Lumly. H M Woolf, G S
Wales, W P Denny, W Bradford, F M Bradford, C
C North, G C Gibbs, J S Yenning, J M Authonv, S
T Souder, and 13 deck.
Per steamer Argo, from Edlsto and way Land?
ings-W Whaley, J M Mitchell. Dr D T Pope, Miss
Jobusoo, O Balley, C Ballar. Miss F Sf abrook, L C
Gordon, J J Wilson, E M Wilson, A Robinson. J A
Lancaster, wife and four children, J M Lancaster,
wife and two children, J E Dawson and two chil?
_C_ I _
Full Moon. 6th. 4 hours, 3 minnies, evening.
Last Quarter. 14th, 1 hour, 37 minutes, morniug.
New Moon, -.otb 7 hours, 12 minutes, evening.
First garter, ssth. 9 hours. 04.minute-., inorn'g.
?idos \ eton
t. A S. WAT?B.
$.. 2: 9..21
"9.. 4 1 10.. 5
10.. 9 j 10..51
ll.. 7 ll..30
1..17 ! 2..26
MARINS NS Wa.
CHARTJE 8TON, JANUARY 9.
Br ship Edith, Hilton,- Yarmouth, N S-17 davs.
Ballast. To B S Rhett A Son.
Sehr C S Groves. Weaver. Philadelphia-10davs.
Coal and mdse. To H F Baker A co, W M Bir?i A
co, Railroad Agent. Cameron, Barkley A co, T J
Kerr A co, Kinsman A Howell, Charleston MAM
co, and Order.
Sehr Ann S Deas. Carbatfi. West Poipt Mill. 84
tierces rice. To Thurston A Holmes aud Cohen,
Hanckel A co.
Steamer Argo, Rlssam, Edlsto aud Way Land?
ings, il bags sea island and 7 bales upi iud cot?
ton, muse. Ac. To Douglas Nisbet, D Jacobs. J A
Robinson, G W Witte, L D Mowry * Sjn, stoney
A Lowndes, W Dayton. J Colcock A co, Ravenel A
co. J A Lancaster, J M Lancaster. J Dawson, Mrs
E Murray, M McGorty, Clacius A Witte. WO Dee l
co, Fraser A Dill, Wagener A Murda Ugh, F Rich?
ards aud Order.
Sloop George, from Santee. 1800 bushels rojgh
rice. To Thurston A Holm's.
Sloop Julia, from C oper Uiver.. 1200 bushels
rough rice and 25 bales upland cotton. To stoney
A Lowndes and Thurston A Holmes. .
Sloop Ellen, George. Cooper River. lois bush?
els reogh rn e. Te G H Ingiah.ua .* Son.
Sloop George Washington, Keliy, Pon Pon. 533
bushels r?ugh rice.
Sloop Flora, Sullivan, Pon ron. 745 bushels
Boat f ?.om John's Island. 2 ba?s sea isiuud cot?
ton. To K Boper.
Deceived from Bennett's MUI. 'Z\ tes rice. To
G ll Ingnthani A Son.
Steamship South carolina, Becket'. New York
-left 6th lust. Mdse. To Wagner. Huger A co,
W A Courtenay, J D Aiken Ac co, .-.oui hem Ex?
press Company. S C Railroad Agent. J E Adger,
Adams. Damon A co, G >V Aunar, 'J Apple, Bayer
4 KreaselL T A Beamish. P F Marrar . ti Bates A
co, E B Bedford, li bischoff A co. \X M Bird A co,
T M Kristo.! A co, C O Brahe v co, M?llmann Bros,
J A Brenner. G A Bowm?a, M c Bus baum, F C
Borner. J C Brown, J H Brunning. R .-Cl?s Im,
Chapeau A Heffrou. Craue, Bojlsion A co, Came?
ron. Barklev A co. H Cobla A co. Colbnrn A How
ell, Douglas A Miller, ixiwle, Moise A Davis, H A
Une. J B Duval A Son. Ellas Bros. B Feldman n A
co. Furcbeoit, Benedict & co. u F Fleming A co
B Foley. H Gerdts A co, A O Go idwm, J Gerklo,
Gramann A Sch srake, C Grave ey, H .rbeson A co,
Hart A co. Hovey, Haynes A co, Jeffords A co, C H
JoliLBon, Johnston, Crews A co, O E & A S John
SOD, J Kelly, L Kenake, C Kerrison* Kinsman A
Bros, Klinck, Wlckenbcrg k co, Knete Je Caap
mauyXaurey k Alexander, G J Lehn, P B Latarr
& co, J Warren, iv Matth!essen.-Mai'shill * Borge,
S h Marshall, E C Metz, Mc Loy A Bice, J G M lin or
k co, Macaneen k Rlecke, Mclchers k Muller, G
McGlnley. J H Muller, J F O'Neill, B O'Neill, Osten
dorff co, ? Paul A co, C F Panknln, E Perry, Rod?
ders k Adams, JOE Richardson. W P Russell k
co. G A Schuffley. L Schnell; D H Sllcox, 8t??Teirs,
Werner k Ducker, J Steiner, n Slender, A R sul?
man. E B Stoddard k co. J K SmltA, A R Taft A
co, J F Taylor A co, O Tledemann, M Trl?st, W J
Trim, J H Trelzlng, J Ttlest, S Thomson. Walker,
Evans A Cogswell, J Wehiuaan, G W Williams A
co, W J Yates. Saturday, 10 A M, met steamship
Georgia off Hatteras.
Sleamer Dictator, McMillan, .Palatka, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. 107 bags
sea Island cotton, and so pxgs mdse, Ac. To J D
Aiken A co, G W Witte, W M Lawton A Sons, G H
Ingruham A Son, G W Williams & co. E E Buford,
M Goldsmith k son. Caldwell A Son. J F O'Neill,
Mrs Pieper. W B Williams k Sou, PInckney Bros,
Stoney A Lowndes, Dowie, Moise & Davis. Dr J R
Solomon. J A JCnslow k co, R S Venulng, A J Sali?
nas, J Triest, E Gaillard.
Sloop Julia Dean, Harris, Gombahee. 1210 bush?
els rough rice. To w c Bee A co.
IN THE OFFING?
Ship R C Winthrop and a ship unknown.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, ?Sew York-?
Jairtes Adger & co. ,* !
Steamslitp j W ftverman, UlncKiay, PMUdel-t
phia-w A Courtenay.
Brig E H Kennedy, Hallet, New Orleans-Street
Bros A co.
Sehr E J Palmer, Smoot, Baltimore-H F Baker
Sehr L S Davis, Bishop, Satilla Elver, Ga-Wm
Roach A co.
Steamship Manhattan. Woodhull. New York.
Steamship J W Everman, Hinckley, Philadel?
Sehr Mo'es Patten, Harding. Bucksvllle, S C.
Sehr David Miller, Rogers, New Orleans.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Mereetllta, Leonard, New York, Janu?
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, Philadelphia, Janu?
Br bark Belgium, Greeno. Liverpool, January 2.
Br bark Architect, Kosename, Plymouth, Eug,
Brig Margaret. Johnson, at New Orleans, Janu?
Sehr D B Everett, Hooper, at New Orleans, Janu?
Sehr Mary Man tin, Halsey, New York, l Janu?
?chr Henrietta. Gllson, New York, January 4,
for Woods' Hole.
Sehr Montana, Bearse, Boston, January 6.
. IP FOR THIS PORT.
Br brig Jennie Moodie, Crowley, Glasgow, De?
Sehr HC Sheppard. Oiaik, Baltimore, January 4.
irciu- David Currie, Bemt, at New York, Janu?
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brii Mary C. Roser cit, Palmer, from Savannah,
The sehr Nancy Smith, from Baltimore for
Ohiirleston, passed Fortress Monroe January 4.
Thc sehr Ridgewood. Derricks- n, from George?
town, s C, arrived at New York January 8.
The stthr Aun E Caril, Tyler, from Georgetown,
S C. arrived at Providence January 2.
PLYMOUTH, December 21.-The Architect. Rose;
warne, which arrived here to-dny from St Helena
Sound, had l03t foi e and top-gallant masts, two
i'i>at*. sails, bulwarks, Ac, and had Jettisoned
about so tons of cargo.
GLASGOW, December 21.-The brig Jeanie Moo?
die. Crowley, which arrived hcie from Charleston
10th inst, reports: L lt Charleston October 27th:
experienced uo heavy weather until the otb of
November, when, lu a hurricane from NNE io
S.sw. when, turtling before the gale, she shipped
a heavy sea, which carried away the wheel, break
lagit in piece*, uls" wheel standard, starting stern
and sterupost, flooding calila aud staterooms, de?
stroying part of the provisions, washing away of
buiivaris. aud,causing sbipAo, leak badly. Expe?
rienced no more hcavy.woatlicruuiil thc 27th of I
November, when within uiO miles of Tory'Island,
fell :uto a succession of heavy ? asterly gales, and
was obliged to put Into Broadhaven island to re?
pair salis and'other'dUBiage,
LIST OF VESSELS
Cf, CXBARBP AND PAILKD FOP. THI? TORT.
<-' ?1TBRT0O1. I ' '? .
.Srearyhlii-Pii-iieer. Cnlbartsoii. Pf.J.Nov 2i
Bark Tinco, Robson. laired.....1..*,..?.^....I)ec 3
Brig Jennie Moodie, Crowley, up.Dec 10
Park Benjamin Osseua. Hill, sailed.October 10'
Tue Pro! Sch wolgan VSvahg. cleared,..'...Nov io
?* l-ORT TALBOT. -
Thc Emmanuel, Fancrsen. salira...-..Dec 7
RIO HE JANEIRO.
Er brig Trothes, Ball, sailed.Dec -
Fr bark Iutimes. Oetliot. sailed.Oct 16
ST. JOHN'S, N. B.
Br ship Kate- Troop, t'rocker, cleared...:.. .Dec 22
Bark Kepler, Lauckenau. sailed.,....Nov 7
Spanish brig Carraquena, Page3, eallefl. :.. .Bec 2
DOM E~S TIC.
Sehr r.race Girdler. Smith, up.Nov is
Sehr E .fe L Mans, Marts, up.Dec 22
Sehr Fawn. Kelly, up.Dec 26
Sehr A Blalsdell, Gal lie d. up.Dec 27
NEW TORE. * '
Sehr Mary Stow, Raukin, un.Dec 7
Sehr Danen, Bogers, cleared........Dec 6
Sehr-BN Hawkins. Wyatt, up.Dec 10
Sehr Ida S Burgess. Burgess, up.Dec 23
Sch Jno Lenthall. Mamu, up.Dec 30
Sehr Gettysburg. Conon, cleared.:...Jan l
Sehr Grace P Wen, Lord, cleared.Jan 3
Sehr David Currie, Berret, np.Jan 5
PU ILA HELP!! IA.
Br bark Howard. Shaw, cleared.Dec 29
Sehr E A Hooper, Hooper, cleared.Dec 21
Bail; Waiter,.Baker, Cleared.i.Dec 23
Sehr Surprise. Beers, up.Dec 17
Sehr w Martin. Nyes, cleared.Dec 31
SehrNSmith, Boyd denied."...Dec31
Sehr A G Fay. Parsons, up.Dec 31
Sehr n C Sheppard, Clark, np.Jan 4
Brig Margaret, Johns JU, up.Dec 30
Brig Mary C Rosevelt, Palmer, ?ailed .Jan 6
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLO A BITTERS.
H. BISCHOFF & CO..
H. KLATTE ? CO.,
J. A. QUACKENBUSH,
WAGENER <k MONSEES,
MANTO?B ft CO.
FAIRBANKS & CO.,.
No. i62 Broadway. New"York.
No. 166 Baltimore street. Baltimore.
No. 63tJamp street, New Orleans.
FAIRBANKS, BROWS & CO., .
No. 118 Milk street, Boston.
For sa e by leading Hardware Dealers.
jpOB NEW Y 0 RI.
[ON TUESDAY, JANUARY 10, AT 7
"~ f\ MOLOCK P. M.]' 8 r f|
* ? Ii;!? V i f$'S fj
OLD M \ KA KW YORK AND CHARLES?
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
The superior Sldewheel Steamship JAMES AD?
LER, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, will leave
Adder's Wharr as above.
For Freigut or Passage, apply to
JAMES ADQER A CO., Agents.
The CHAMPION follows on SATURDAY, January
14, at 1 o'clock P. M. jano-3
0 S N4E If YORK
ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 12TH AT 4
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-KOOJIS ALL ON DECK.
The Splendid New iron Side Wheel Steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will sall
.for New York on TH?RSDAT, January 12th, at
4 o'clock, P. M., from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves,
connecting with Day Passenger Trains from Co?
lumbia and Augusta, arriving at half-past 3 P. M.
Insurance by steamers of this Line % per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, of
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
' THE REGULAR STEAM LINE-WEEKLT.
The Iron Screw Steamship
Will be dispatched for Philadelphia on ^fj&ffe
SiTURDiT, 14th of January, at liajflB
o'clock. P. M., from Brown's North Wharf.
J?-Through Bills Lading will be Issued to Bos?
For Freight engagements or passage, havlDg
,good cabin accommodations, apply to.
: ; WM. A. COURTENAY:
jano-mwthsi_ No. r Union Wharf.
J3ACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP?'S
THROUGH LINS TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave FlCT^fiBtaaV
No. 42, North River, foot of Canal^&ttSSC
.-.trect. NPW York, at 12 o'clock noon, ol the itn
and 20th of every month (except when these
dates fallon Sunday, then the Saturday preced
Departure of the 20th connect?t Panama with'
steamers for South Pacific and Central Americas
ports. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja
pan and China December 31, 1870.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to Aspinwan.
(me hundred pounds baggage free to each aduli.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
ut the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf foot of Canal street,. North River, New
York. F. R. BABY, Agent.
R F LOR IDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERKANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE, PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain - ?JF"*?^
George F.. McMillan, will sall from .f-^ihiffiS?
Central Wharf for above points every TUESDAY
EVENING, at 8o'clock, arriving back at Charles?
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 6 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will Ball from Central Wharf for above points
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock, arriving
bock at Charleston WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, at 5
J. D. AIKEN A CO., Agents,
octlO_No. 5 Central Wharf.
"^T^EEK/JY UNE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING. BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DARI EN AND
The favorite Steamer
E L.1Z A HAN C Ol,
Captain L. W. BURNS,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- r . ?JP-*w
tic wharf for above points .every?BS?BU
TUESDAY and leave on every WEDNESDAY MOHN
iNO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Harlen, Ac, the follow?
ing morning. Returning, will leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or payane, apply to
RAVKNEL, HOLMES A CO.,
BeplQ_No. 177 East Bay.
JpOR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC LAND
LNG, FENWICK'S ISLAND, .COFFIN'S POINT,
PORT ROY AI RAILROAD WHARF, PARIS
ISLAND I ANDING, STATION CREEK,
AND OTHER LANDINGS WHERE IN?
DUCEMENTS ARE OFFERED.
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain
J. w. Sly.-wlU sail for above points?_
every THURS DAT MORNING, at 8 o'clock, and wu en
inducements offer will touch at any of the above
Will leave Beaufort on FRIDAY MORNING, touch?
ing at Pacinc Landing. J. D. AIKEN A Co.,
nov29 _ Agents.
-pOR SAVANNAH VIA PACIFIC LAND?
ING AND BEAUFORT.
The fast sailing Steamer PILOT,
BOY, Captain J. w. Sly, will leave,_
Central Wharf for above places every
MORNING, at 8 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY will leave Savannah every
TPK8DAT MORNING, at 7 o'clock. Beaufort and Pa?
ne Landing same day. J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
novas Agents, Central Wharf.
WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the best in use.
For sale on the Lease Plan, with monthly pay?
ments, on easy terms, or for cash. AU kmds'oi
Machine attachments, Needles, Cotton, (white,
black and colored,) Silk, OU, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples of
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer In First Class Sewing Ma?
chines and Material, No. 307 King stree:,
augl7 Charleston. 3. C.
. E LIVER FOOL.
Wanted eight or ten VESSELS, capacity
160 to SOO tons, to load Phosphates hence to,
Savannah. Apply to WILLIAM KOAOH A
The Al Bark SAILOR PRINCE, McManna. A
Master, (of 1400 bales capacity,) will haveSfift
dispatch for the above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
deca-^vfmlQ_North Atlantic Wharf.
J10R LIVERPOOL -DISPATCH LINE.
Brig WASP.-This first-class vessel wants
100 bales of Cotton to complete cargo, and J
will clear this week.
Ship J. O. BAKER has three-fo irths of her cargo
on board, and needs only a few hnndred bales to
complete her loading. She classes AL
Bark HATTIE G. HALL, having large engage?
ments, wlH meet with dispatch; capacity only 1800
bales. She is American and ls first class.
For Freight engagement?, apply to
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
jan2 No. 74-East Bay.
OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
. S ANTEE RI VE F..
The Steamer ST. HELENA, C*ap- . ^JT^w
tain Daniel SlnclaT, Jr,, ls now re ??SBm??U
ceiving Freight at Brown's Wharf, and will leave
on TUESDAY NIGHT, January loth Instant.
Freight and wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply to
Messrs. PEL'/.ER, RODGERS A CO.
janO-2 _Brown's Wharf.
JAOR FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE,
PALATKA AND POINTS ON THE "
ST. JOHN'S RIVER;
The Steamer ELIZA HANCOX. Cap- - _
tain L. W. Burns,will receive Frt\ght ?gg?????SBu,
for the above points, at South Atlantic wawi,
TO-MORKOW. (Tuesdat) the 10th instant, and leave
on WBD5E9DAY MORNING, the 11th Instant, at 7
Connecting at Savannah wkh Florida steamers,
Passengers and Freight will have dispatch to all
points tn Florida at as low rates as by any other
For engagements, apply, to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
Jans-2_?_No. 177 EasiBay-.
JM)R " "WRIGHT'S BLUFF, 8. C.,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
The steamer MARTON, Captain W.
F. Adair, ls how receiving Freight at,_
Accommodation Wharf, and will leave on TUES?
DAY NIGHT, the loth instant;
Freight and Warfage prepaid. .
For engagements, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
jane-2 No. 177 East Bay.
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For sale hy Droguista Price $l per bottle.
T PEMBERTON, TAYLOR A 00.,
Proprietors and Chemists, Atlanta, Ga
ROSWELL GA., April 23,1870.
Messrs. Pemberton, Taylor ?co: -
DEAR Sine-I recefved the bottle pf Globe
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JJUSSELL'S SOOTHING CORDIAL
FOR INFANTS TEETHING.
ALLAYS INFLAMMATION OF TOE SUMS. CURBf
CHOLIC. CHOLERA INFANTUM. DXSBKTK2Y.
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CHARLESTON, May ie, ises.
Mr. J. B. RUSSELL, one of mir careful and Intel?
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mitted to my examination the formula for the
preparation of a Soothing Cordial prepared and
vended by him.
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particular ni ses of the diseases of children, which
it ls designed to relieve.
E. GEDDINGS, M. D.
Having had occasion to prescribe RCSSELL'F
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Slain ts In children and delicate females, I have
een much pleased with Its effects. I consider lt
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W. T. WHACK}, M. D.
CHARLESTON, 8. C., 1868.
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proportions applicable to the case.
1 therefore can recommend its use In the affec?
tions for A'hlch lt ls dwrigned.
Respectfully yours, Ac.
T. L. OGIER, M. D.
CHARLESTON. S. C. 1868.
I certify that I have most successfully used
RUSSELL'S Soothing Cordial In thc Summer Com?
plaints of Infants. He has fully exhibited the lu*
gradients of bis remedy, and the tedious method
of preparation. I recognize the prescription
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When much pain or restlessness-attends the affec?
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W. M. FITCH. M. D.
MOUNT PLEASANT, S. C., 1808.
Mr. J. B. Russel :
DEAR SIR-I have used your Soothing Cordla.
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hands of mothers and inexperienced nurses.
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Made by J. B. RUSSELL, Chemist.
Sold by Dr. H. BAER, Wholesale Agent for
South Carolina. OCtlS
No DYE !
Insures Healthy and Vigorous Growth. War?
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other Injurious Drug.
The'Excelsior Hair Tonic wUl keep the head
clear or Dandruff, prevent the falling out of the
Hair, and give lt a soft and beautiful gloss.
It is not injurious to the health of the user, nor
ls lt greasy and filthy like many ?of the prepara?
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Manufactured by DR. H. BAER,
Wholesale and Detail Druggist.
No. 131 Meeting street, Charleston.
Price per bottle 60 cents.
N. B. - AH the preparations manufactured by
DR. H. BAER arc in accordance with formulas
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OL? CAROLINA BIT T?.KS,
FOB 81?E BY
E.R. BEDFORD, King street,
. C. D. AHSENS A CO., King street, ,
B. FEL.DMANN & CO., King street,
And Bf D rug gist 8 and G racer* eve rv where. :ji
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
PASSENGER TRAINS on this Rosa ran dany a?
follows: ? "v
Leave Charleston.....8.30 A.M. .
Arri ve st Savannah.3.00 P.M..
Leave Savannah........11.15 A.M.
AM tv? at Ohariestoa. ..,..5.20 P. J*.
Goanectrat Savannah wita, the AiiaoUfi A Qoji
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and aU
Wltn Central Railroad for Macon, Atlanta, Mo-\
bile. New Orleans and the Weat.
With Steamboats ?or points on the. havannah
At Charleston with the Northeastern and 8onts>
Caroline. Railroads, and Steamships lor ail points
*5fori? and Weat. .
Through Tickets over this line on ?ale atTHote?r
tn Charleston; Screven House, Savannah; and ail
principa 1 Ticket ?nices North and South..
Freights forwarded daily tfl and from Savan^
nah and all points, beyuud.
Through Bills of Lading issued to Jacksonville,
Palatka. Ac. ?- .. . .
Tarin* as low as by any other line.
G. S. GADSDEN.
oot5 Engineer and Superintendent.
Trains leave Charleston dally at 9.30 A. M.,
(Sundays excepted,) and 6.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston 7.80 AM., (Mondays ex?
cepted,) and a P. M.
' Train leaving at 9:30 A. M.. makes through con-'
nectlon to New York via Richmond and Aqula
Creek only-going through in ti hours, and with?
out detention on sunday.
Train leaving at e-so P. M., have choice of rente
via Richmond and Washington, or Bay route via
Portsmouth and Ballimore. Passengers leaving
Friday by this train lay over on Sunday In Balti?
more ; those leaving on Saturday remain Sunday
in-Wilmington, N. c.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
rodte to cincinnati, Chicago and other pomts
West and Northwest, both trains making close
connections at Washington with Western trama 0:
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. .
s. s: SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. Cuuron, General Ticket Agent.
septs _ . . .
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD
GENERAL SCPEK1NTLN I "ft OrfICE, \.
CHAKLStTO.V S. C.. c:-aj ll, 187a I
On and after sunday. May .oth, the Passenger
! Trams upon lue Soato oana Railroad wHJ nw
Leave Charleston.8.80 A-M,
Arrive at Augusta.4.26 P. M.
Leave Cnarleaton.,.8.80 A M.
Arriv? at Columbia.,.4.10 P. M.
Leave Angosta.:.s. 00 A M.
Leave Columbia-.7.<5 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston......*..3.30P. M.
ir/ai-STA Krnur EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.8.30 P. M.
Leave Augusta.6.C0 P. sr.
Arrive at Augusta.T.0& A M.
Arrive at Charleston..-.?.40 A M.
COLUMBIA KKirrr EXTKESS.
Leave- Charleston..7.30 P. M?
Leave-Columbia.~.u> P. M.
Arrive at Columbia... >.3.00 A. H.
Arrive at Charleston......d.tt A. iL
Leave Charleston. .2.1*0 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..4.10 P. M.
Leave Summerville..'..7.10 A M
Arrive at Charleston'..'..'.*.s.iia A. ?.
CAMDEN BRANCH. . ,
Camden and Colombia. Passenger Trains on
MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS am! SATL-RDAYS; and be?
tween Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays ex?
cepted,) connects with up and down Day Pe?
?ongera at Klngville.
Leave Camden.0.38 A at.
Arrive at Columbia.11.00 A hf,
Leave Columbia.1.00 P. M.
Arrive at Camden.6.4a P. M.
* H.T. PEAKE,
may 13 General Superintendent.
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.Dealer in Watches, Jewelry,
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Np. 307 King atreet.
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