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LIVERPOOL-Per Br snip MuBoongns-37 sea lel?
and and "2135 bales upland cotton. 304 tons phos?
phate rock. 195 bags and 9 obis cotton seed.
WEST INDIES-Per sehr Geo Washington-10,000
feet lamber and sundries. . ,
Nsw YORK-Per steamship James Adger-so
baga sea -Island and 573 bales upland cotton. Ila
tierces rice, 53 bales domestics, 62 bbis rosin, 60
pkgs sundries. ? _
Vue Charleston cotton, itlcc ami Nu val
OFFICE CHARLESTON SEWS. 1
TUESDAY EVENING, February 21,1871. I
COTTON.-The market commenced with a good
biqntry and a firmer reeling, the oontiDuing ten?
dency to harden being more decided arter re?
ceipt or dispatches, but showing some irregularity,
the advanoe amount ng to %@%c ? tb. and ex?
tending from good ordinary qualities up, while
common kinds remained much as before. Sales
about 1300 bales, say 1 at io, 3 at 11%. 4S at u\,
7 at 12%, 135 at 12%. 1 at 123?, 87 at 13, 7 at 13%,
?0 atis%. 146 at 13X. 127 at 14,132 at 14%/15 at
14;.;, 4 at 14%, 136 at 14%, 16 at 14%, 235 at U%,
3~at 14%, 46 at 15. We quote:
' Ordinary to good ordinary.12 @l3%
Strict middling. .. .I4%@id
RICE.-The market for this grain was of a steady
character; eales about iso tierces or clean Caroll
aa., say 27 tierces at 7%, 130 at 7?? 20 at 7#c ?
ft. We quote common to fair at 7@7%; good 7?;
NAVAL STORES.-There were-no sales of note.
FREIGHTS.-TO Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands; via New York, %d on up?
lands, ld@l%d on sea islands ; by sail
7-16 on uplands, Aid on sea islands,
To Havre nommai. Coastwise-to New rork.
hg steam, %c on uplands and ,'4c on sea
islands ; $1 75 f> tierce on rice; by Bail, Kc 9 lb on
cotton; SL n tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on ros.n ;
$708 V M on lumber; $9?10 ft il on timber. Tc
Boston, by sail, KO # Ik on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sail $3 9 M on board?, Kc
fi ft on cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on New
York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, xe ft lb
on uplands; by sail, $7 ft M on boards; $9 on
timber; $3 V ton on clay, aad $3123 50 cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, >ic ? fe by
sail, $b 5Q@>7 fi Mon boards; $3@3 25 ft ton ot.
phosphate rock. Teasels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights fi t m
Georgetown, S. G., Darlen and Satilla River, Ga.
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
@12 fl M are the rates on lamber and beards.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 20V3 2%.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.- The banks purchase
Bight checks at %@% off, and sell at par. *
Markets by Telegraph.
'. LONDON, February ' 21.-Noon.-Consols P2.
Bonds 91 x.
. Evening.-Consols 92. Bonds 91.
Nsw YORE, Febrpary 21.-Noon.-Stocks strong.
Governments steady but dull. State bonds vet y
dalL Sixty-twos 11%. .Geld steady nt 11%. Mouey
4. Exchange-long 9%; short io\ Freights
Eveni,ng.-Money very ea3y at Si4. Sterling
steady at 9%a9%. Gold 11%. Bonds steady.
Sixes-14Sixty-twos lift. Sixty.fours "ll,1;.
Sixty-fives same; new T0%. Sixty sevens same.
Sixty-eights 11%. Forties 10%. Southerns dull
and steady. Tennessees 64%; new same. Vir?
ginias 65%; new 60. Louisianas 63>?; new CO;
levees 7a; eights 84. Alabamas 98: fives 67. Geor?
gias 8u??; sevens 90%. North Carolinas 49; new
27. Soc th Carolinas 73; new 58%.
NEW ORLEANS; February 21-Sterling 21 ii. Sight
exchange % discount. Gold 11%.
coy ON MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, February 21.-Noon.-Colton Arm;
uplands 7yid; Orleans 7%aSd; sales 10.C00bales.
Afternoon.-Cotton firmer: uplands 7%a7>id;
Orleans : %a8d ; sales 12,000 bales; Tor speculation
and export 3000.
Evening.-Cotton advanced a fraction: yams
and fabrics firm at Manchester.
LIVERPOOL, February 21.-Evening.-Cumber?
land cut 60s. Turpentine 37s 6da3Ss. Pork 95s Gd.
? NEW YORK, February 21-Noon.-Cotton uriner;
' uplands I5%c; Orleans 15%; solos 3000 huhs.
? Evening.-Cotton dull and declining; sales 3900.
bales at ?%c.
BOSTON, February 21.-Cotton qniet; middlings
15%c; net receipts 1215 Dales; gross receipts -ir.fi;
sales 400: stock 700.
BALTIMORE, February 21.-Cotton in good flt?
mand^aud pricato5?vanced; -BiittaUtig? M%c:
gross receipts 520 bales; exported coastwise ll?;
sales 425; stock 15,850.
NORFOLK, February 21.-Cot'on firm; low mid?
dlings 13%al3%c; net receipts 1610 bales; exports
coastwise 271$; sales 175; stock 6797.
WILMINGTON, February 21.-Cotton firm; mid?
dlings 14c; net receipts 377 bales; sales 186; stock
AuoosrA, February "2L-Market active at >4'e
advance, say I4%c for middlings; sales 1218 bains;
SAVANNAH. February 21.-Cotton in fair de- j
mand; middling 14%c; net receipts 3052 bales;
exported to Great Britain 1550; coastwise 143A;
sales 1400; stock 99,790.
MOBILE. February 21.-Cotton quiet and firm; 1
middlings 14i?c; net receipts 2832 bales; exports
coastwise 783; sales 1030; stock 82,499.
GALVESTON. February 21.-Cotton strong; good
ordinary l2%o; net receipts 224-1 bale*: exported
to Great Britain 485; sales 1200; stock 57.960.
NEW ORLEANS, February21.-Cotton firm, mid?
dlings I4%ul4%c; net receipis 22.156 bales; gross
22,240; exports to Great Britain 5597; Bremen 7214;
coastwise 1305; sales 7000; stock 292,456.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE JIAREETS.
NEW YORK, February-21-Neon.- Flour dull and
declining. Wheat dull and nomma Hy lower, corn
dull and Leavy. Pork dull at $22 37a22 30. Lard
inactive. Turpentine firmer at 03%a&4?. ltosiu
quiet at $2 6U02 65 fur strained.
Evening_Southern flour dull and drooping:
commou to goo? extra $0 50a7 20; good to choice
$7 25-8 75. Whiskey Aimer at 92%s93c. Wheut
heavy and lower; winter red and amber Western
$1 viiii et). Corn unchanged. Mess pork dull nt
$22 37%a22 60. Beef steady. Lard lower: kettle
13%c. Turpentine firm at 53%a54c. Rosin quiet
at $162ai 65. Tallow steady. Freights dull; by
steam, corn. 7d; cotton 616d.
CINCINNATI, February 21.-Flour dall and droop?
ing; family .$6 loae S5. Corn steady. Provisions
doll and nominal; there being no demand cannot
give qnotatlona Mess pork offered at $22. Shoul?
ders 9%c; sides ll%al2c; concessions uecessary SJ
as to se I. Whiskey a shade lower; s;c asked.
LOUISVILLE, February 21.-Flour, corn and pro?
visions mm. Mess pork $22. Shoulders 9%c;
clear sides I2%c. Lard I2%c. Whiskey 87c.
jSr. Loris, February 21.-Flour scarce and firm :
superfine winter $5 76a5 90. Coru dull; white In
sacks 49a5ic. Whiskey 89. Mess pork $22. !. boul?
ders 9%r; clear sides llSfc. Lard easier; kettle
??EW ORLEANS, February 21.-Sugar qniet and
unchanged. Molasses easier; p Imo 4Sn52c.
Iiavu.na Money Market.
HAVANA, February 17.-Exchange on London,
ieal6% premium; on United States, in currency,
co days, 6a?% discount; short sight, 3%a4% di's
eon ut; la sold, GQ.aays, 4H premium; ShoWjSltht
New York Rice Market.
Furn the Dally Bulletin. February* IS: Domestic
is ip .small stock, arrives slowly, and, with a
steady outlet ou trade account, the market bas a
contluued strong tone. Sales of 75 tierces Caro?
lina at 7%a8%c, and 8%c for very choice. For?
eign ls iu deiraud, and, as the stotts beglu to
.show the effects of recent calls, the market has a
slightly biiDvant tone. Sales of soo bags, part In
bond, at 3%c In gold.
From the World: There ls a firm market for all
grades, and a fair trade demand, with some hints
of a specu^tlve feeling. Sales of 70 tierce- Caro
:tea at 7%a8%c, and 8%c for very choice, and
ab mt 600 bags Rangoon at $3 37%, gold, lu boud.
From the Times: Rice has been in fair request
in a Jobbing way at firmer rates, Including caro
lina at $7 75u8 75 for Inrerior to choice, currency
and Rangoon at $3 30a3 40, gold, in bond, per 100
From the nerald: With A moderate demand and
a small stock thc market Tor Carolina was steady
There were sold 30 tierces at (rom 73?aS'?cfor
common to prime. Rungoon was setling lu .s moil
From the Daily Bulletin,.Mondar, February ?o?
Tlie general demand is moderate, without" any
great change in the position, a small supply wvji
under coniro), enabling holders to insist upo'i
about former terms. Sales ur 25 tierces Carolina
at 6A?C and 280 bags Rangoon at 7a7%c. currency
?nty paid,?and S3 37% gold, in boud. '
. Kew York Hay Market.
From the Dilly Bulletin, February 18: Receipts
to-day 950 bah s by boats, and 10 car loads by rail
The demand ror shii-ping ls fair, and prices re?
main about steady a-? rorinerlv quoted. The sales
are 125 bales compre-ced for Bermuda at $1 aft*
160 bales for Jacksonville at Si 20, ci^h; loo fia:es'
for Ch.rle.uon at $1 22%. 20 days' tlinc*, and io
bales compressed for Tallahassee at f. ao Retail
of the be^t quality is Bcarce, and b lues lu a small
way as nigh as $1 45. Salt hay is in fair demand;
we note a pale of 75 bales at 70c for city use.
Clover ls quiet. Straw is quiet but limier; mgh
.prices for long rye are steady, as the 3tock is very
small. Oat also ls held very confidently.
Easton & Co.'s Cotton Report, for thc
Week Emling February 17, 1871.
NEW YORK. February 18 1874.-THE MARKET.-*-""
In on' hist repot t the market closed qniet at t:%c
for midd ings. Saturday, with more favorable
advices rrom Liverpool, the market wus a trifle
steadier, and prices were advanced %c for the
better irrad-s: pales 1543; middlings 1%%?;. Mon?
day there was a better business .transacted at
easier prices; sales i960; middlings 15%c. Tue?
day. the market was quiet anti unchanged; sales
.261 j. Wednesday there was a fair business done
at easier rales. The advices fiori Liverpool were
unfavorable, and exerted a depressing Influence
on holders: sales 4408* middlings 15?c. Thurs?
day the market was dull aiid prices easier,
thonihnotquotably lower; sales 2727. Yesterday
there was a lair demand for export at a decline of
.io on the poorer grades; good cotton was scarce
and steadily held; sales 5333: middlings I5?c.
The oOermgs'during the week have been liberal,
and hoblers were free sellers.
The excess in receipts ls now up to 650,450 bale3,
and the excels in visible supply ls 060,S47 bales.
According te this, all or the excess In our crop ls
still in existence, ir the receipts from now on
should be uo larger than last year, and the over?
land sbipmcnis the same, the crop would be
about 3 750,000. Tue receipts Tor the next three
weeks last vear averaged 74,431, mid for teu
weeks afterwards lo.'.ds. ir the receipts ror the
balance of the season should be 50 per c. ut over
last vear, the exec-s over last crop would oe
and Floridas. Mobile. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinary....MJ** 12? 12? 13
Hood ordinary..13? 10? 14 14?
Low middling...14? 14? 14? 15.
Middling.15? 15? 15? 157,'
Sales of the week 22,592 bales, including 3933 io
spinners, 1017 to speculators-, and 17,622 tc^ex
Gross receipts at this port 'or the week 30.413
bales, since 1st Septembei* 067,240 bales, against
467,592 last year.
STATISI IOAL POSITION- ISTI. 1570.
Stock in Liverpool.bales. 750,000 310.180
Afloat Hom India. 84,000 64,400
Afloat from America. 29?.00O 217.000
Stock In Loddon. 76,290 81,OSS
Afloat ror London. 30.000 2s,GM)
Stuc<t In Havre. H"<0 . 73-9S0
Afloat ror ll avro. 1.616 3I.3S7
Stock m Bremen. -Mfw ?.sei
Afloat for Bremen. 18 510 19,094
Stock nt United States ports.. 713,879 532,202
Stock initie Inrerlor towns.... 123,839 103,398
Totft!. 2,142,600 1,482,253
Excess In visible supply, com?
pared with 1870. 660,317
Stock of cotton held by Man?
chester spinners at the mills 100,000 60,000
Price of mid Orleans in Liver?
Price or mid uplands in New
Price of gold...*.. ll? 19?
WILMINGTON, February 20.-TURPENTINE.
Market steady, with sales o.'l660 bids at $3 25 ror
sort, ano S2 io l?r hard, per 283 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-NO sales reported; 49c
offered, and higher figures asked.
ROSIN'.-No .sales that we cnn hear or; ;2 05 ls
ls offered for strained and refused.
TAR.-SSS bbl? sold Ht SI PH' bbl.
COTTON.-Mile.? of 328 bales as follows: 33 nt 12.
S6:.tl2?-', 75atl2?. 14 at 13 i, and 102-at I3?c
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBUS, February 13.-Our market ls quiet:
niildlinzs 13?c; tales 153 balts; receipts 1S5;ship?
ment s 337.
SELMA, February 19.-There were stiles yester?
day to tiic amount of 75 bales; goo 1 ordinary
12?al2*fe; ordl.iary llail?c; clean statned lea
Ile. No good colton offering.
CHARLOTrE. February lS.?-?n'.es to-dar 23
bales, at io?ai3?c extremes; wiles of the week
itt cd pt* by it lilruitii, February Ml.
* SUt/TU CAROLINA RAILROAD.
915 bales cotton. 67 bales goods, 37SMdS flour,
curs stock. To Railroad .Agent, G W William?
?t co. Mi;wry A son. Uurdaiigh A Mathews, A J
Salina-, Pfizer? Rodger*co. Heeder A Davis.
Fros- A Adiier. G Ii Walter co, G W Witte, L 1>
De-nus-ure, W B Smith A- co. Sloan A Beigelous,
A B.Mull gan. G A Trenliolm A son. Wagoner A
Monsce?, R C Sharp, w B Williams * Son. Kaobe
loch.* small,.Thurston i Holmes, Cleghorn, Hel?
ling & co.
73' bales upland coll?n. 310 bbls naval stores,
cars lumber, live sto.cfc, rice, peas, mdse, .vc. To
G W Wnli?nis A co, Frost A- Adger, A .1 Salinas.
W K Rv au, Reeder A J)av??, Caidwe.il k Son, T V
South, W Gui ney, J B Adger A co. J Wieters, S R
Marshall, Pelzcr, Kotigere A co, J Marshall. Jr, F
KP ntworth, sioau A soignions, w c Dukes A- co,
F w Pelper, Graeser & irmith, Cliisolin Bros, ll
Bischoff ?ft co. Kinsman A Howell, E-Welling, Rail?
road Ag'iut ;md order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
? boles cotton. 150 bushels rough rhe, 150
bushe s peas; mdse, ie, Td Wm C Bee A- co, W r
Dowling k <o. Wm M Lawton A Sons, G W Wi:;e.
Piuckuoy Bros. w B Williams k Son, D M Tinr
on. (,'laclns A Witte, M Grien. J Wi e. & co, J !;
Pling.o A- Son, Keeler & Davis. Kliu. k. Wichen
berg A co, F D C Kracke, s Jacks m. s Pluckncy, .11
T Milligan, Andre?;? Salve, c Mitchell. J Bul*
winkle. J Cold" ugh. W U Easterby, W Hey ward,
Waccnor k Murdaugh, l Drayman and others.
Per Kte.nns.lUp .lame? Adeer, Tor New York
J Donley. C Bradley, wife sud child. Mrs G Brad
lev. Miss K Bradley. J s Broiley, Miss J : Urolley,
PXegiey and F Roni.lci.
Per steamship Champion, fron New York
A ii TU T..E Jarvis, s ii 71 Ward, A PSpiro. Mis
Mary Um; tish, Master B?dttsh, .Mrs s E Cai l-l", ll
V. Iceiiuc and wire.-J C Mitton, Mrs Humphrey,
Mrs Stewart; 0 Curls, A G Will?ums, lt swords, .\
U Williams, s Swords. M:H- Robinson, John foul.
Mi a Roi eris m. nn<l :. in steerage
rer steamer Pilot Hoy. from Savannah? Beau?
fort. I'actdc .Landina*, ferry Island, le-A Ben
ion. C Trump. S J Shepherd, Dr Werner, and l2on.
Per steamer Emil e, fr en Georgetown, s c
Miss V C ?horcas. P ll Lachlcoite, Mrs Lachicottc
ch 11 Bud nurse. Mrs Easterllne end child. Rev c
Bens. Dr A M Forster, Jr, B F Wlckersham,"Wm
\uca-, Jr. and ll 0:1 deck.
Ff.'.! Moon. 5'h. 8 hours. 44 minutes, moruiutr.
Los; quarter. 12th, 9 home, 40 minntes, morning.
Now Moon, 19th. 8 hours. *9 minutes, morning.
First quarter, 27th. 5 hourn, 19 minute'!, morn'g.
R. a 8
MARINE XE IVS.
CH AR L EST O fr, FEBRUARY 22.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
left Saturday. Mdse. To Jnmcs Adger A co, J E
Adger A- eo, J Archer, C D Ahre?s A co. K Bates A
co. T M Bristol! * co, E ? Bedford, E T Brown, W
M Bird 1 co, B Boyd, M C Buxbaum. J U Br?ning
A co, Cameron, Barkley * co. T M Curer, Courier
oillce, W H Uiafee k co, Dowie, M<-.;s2 A Davis, J
H Ducker, E Duty. Elias Bros. L< F Fleming A co,
I $ F:'lk A "co, Furchgott, Benedict & 00, ll Gerdts
A co, J U Craver A co, Goutevenler Bros, Good
I rich. Winemaii A co. J Gravcley, lt Gruham A- eo,
J Uurkamp A co, J W Harrisson, Hart A co. N A
Hun!, D w Jennings, Johnston, Cie?-s & co, w H j
Junes A co, Krlete A Chapman, J P Kelp, T Kel v,
K ine:-:. Wicfc?nberg k :o, Kinsman Bros, Kins
mau .v Howell. Lengnlc'*, Sr 11 A Foster, B L?tz, P
1> Liliane A co, L L,or>'n'E, G J Lohn, L Lilscllgl; A
l.u">eer. Losesne A Wel.s, P F Murray. Murphy A
Little. J a MUnor A co, J M Mason, s 1: Marshall,
J Maiisti,, Uautoue A co, Sister Mary Francie, it
L Morlfo'. J Moloney, Mai sha!! A- Burge, M II Na
than, Nachmann A CO, o.siendoiff A co, ti O'Neill.
D O'Neill a- Sen, J PO'Xeili, C F Pankltiu, Paul.
Welch A- Blandes, C I* Puppenhelm, E Po lard, W
Shepherd A co, Revene! A- CO. A 0 sunn-, J B :-ar
dy, w c sibley. Steffens, Werner A Ducker, E ii
Stoddard A co, Southern Express co,.! shaw, J F
Taylor A co; A ?bias'sous, c Tiedenianu A co, R
Tlionninson-A co, J.'fhinsi/n A eo, .u Triest. A ll
Tyler. J ir V?llers, W Vince, W ii Welch, s n Wil?
son A Bro, u F Wieters. Wm G Whilden A co, 1.
Weiskopff, E Wagner, W". gener A Moiisco.s Wa:k
er. Evans A Cogswell. Had st robg head winds eu
Sour D.i.light, McFaddii, Baracoa-5 days.
Fruit. Io Bayer A K rossel. Jr.
Sehr II W McColley. Hubbard, Elizabeth Cit v. N
C-3 days. 7000 bushe.s com. To lt M Buller A
Sci.r Anu S Deaf, Garbatti, West Point Mill. 131
tierces rice. To Coheu, Uauckel A co, iud i rost
steamer Pilot Loy. sly, Savannah, Beaufort,
Puciiic and ither Lnn.iiiies. 35bugs*seeinland
cotton. Uidse, Ac. Tu J D Aiken A cu. Ruveiiel
A- cu, D Md'iierson, W M Bird A co, Hyman A co,
Wm Gurney, W C Chapman, s c Railroad Agent,
JR Mathews, Southern Express co. Joi.n Prto
tor, colored, fell overboard irom the uppqr deck
while in Coosafr River and was drowned.
Steamer Emilie, White, ueorcetown, s C. 192
tlorces rice, 4.bales icottoii, mdse hud sundries.
To sb.,r,ke!font A Kelly. <? MJ.?Wt?n A '.orts, O .1
Walker, Kinsman A Howe!!, Pinckncy Bros, J lt
Prinslc A son. Caldwell A i-on, Dr G B Weston, M
Goldsmith ? Son, C K Huger, J R Smith,Thurston
A Un?mes, Sheens, Werner A D.cker, Frost A
Adger, au?) others.
Steatiish?i Janies Adger, Lockwood. New York:
-James Adger A co. i . ? ? )
Br Sinti Mus.'o.'igus, Grover. L:verpool-l?rtvc!iel;
Bw'ttP^0. ^ailiinyLpn, Miikliam, West ludies
ram, Wv.ch A iiratides.
' S^SS?.?, f&** A*ls?'- Lockwood. New Tort
Lr nun. Arbitrator, irwin. Uvernooi
Sehr Ceo Wasbington, rinkhan: We*i Indie,
.steamer Dictator, Me.Mlll.in. Pahuka
soaville, S.\vannah. Ac. Ja<'!,?
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston. Berrv, Kew York
February 17. " ,01Kl
Steamship Cuba, Dukehart, Balilraoro, Fcbrn
Brig M C Ko.-cveir, Palmer, Boston, February is
Sehr John S Lee,- Van Gilder, Baltimore, Febru?
Sehr M J Russell, Smith, Wilmington, N C, Feb
Sehr G H Squire, Haley, Wilmington, N C, Feb
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeGroot, at Baltimore, Feb?
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Bi bark Hipparchus. Calhonse. at Providence,
February 18, to load for LlverpooL
SAVANNAH, February 21.-Arrived, brig Mary
E Dann, Wood's Hole; cleared, ships Julio. Bre?
men; Euxine, Liverpool; Wm Yeo. Bristol Chan?
nel for orders; bark W H Jenkins, Liverpool; brig
Caroline E Kelly, Philadelphia; sehr Isaac Ober
ton,.Fa 1 River. , , ..
Thesthr B S- Hawkins, WyWt, from Boston for
Charleston, arrived at Holmes's Hole February 17.
The schrldabella Fisher, rrom Georgetown, S C,
arrived ai New York February 17.
The Behr Marv McDonald. Tor Georgetown, S C.
sailed from Belfast. Me, February io.
LIST OF VESSELS
IT, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PUB".
Ship Arrncan, Spencer, sailed...Jan io
Ship Tranquebar, Harward, sailed.Jan 21
Ship Cano va, LeSack. sailed.Fco 8
Bark Annie Kimball, Sanson, cleared.Jan 20
Bark .Florence Chipmun, Jones.Jan 25
The G H Bevan, Bevan, sailed.Jan 9
The Jean Vivian, Brewer, sailed.Jan 2C
. CALLAO. .
Fr bark Intimes, Gefflot, sailed.Oct 16
TAJARDO, P R.
Br bark Minnie, Stewart, up.Jan io.
Sehr S C Tyler, Barreit, up.... ...Feb 13
Sehr Mary Farrow, Baeley, cleared.-..Feb 16
Sehr N W Smiih. Tooker, cleared.Feb 13
Sehr Lilly. Huirhes, up.*.Fei 13
Sehr Jason, Wilev. np.Feb 2
Sehr Walton, Boyd, up.Feb 16
PHIL ADE LPLII A.
Steamship Fall River, Holmes, up.Feb 9
Sehr E A Hooper, Hooper, up.-Feb 18.
Sehr E B Everman. Corson, cleared.Feb 3
Sclir A E Glover, Terry, up....'.-eb 7
Sehr Danenhowcr, Grace, np.Feb 9
Br bark Lord Baltimore, Brown, np.Feb 18
Brit; M E Rowland, Howland, cleared.Feb io
Sehr Mary Stow, Rankin, cleared.Fen 13
Sehr Arctic, Woodsman, up.......Feb 18
Sehr C 8 Edwards, Corson, np.Feb 18
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeGroot, up...Feb 20
M-hr W H Thorndike, Hall, to sall'..Jan 17
Sehr Frank & Emly, McCobb, cleared.Feb 3
Br bark U-pparchus, Calli mu, cleared.Feb IS'
The Steamer I. R. STAPLE?, In r
?rood order, and a first-class TOWJB5???3?
Boat for .shipping. Capable of'towing tue largest
??hips t<? ?ea. Apply to WM. ROACH 4.CO.,
The Al British Bark BELT1STE, Nielsen, JJt
Master, havlnc a portion r f her cargo en-St?i?
gaged and being of small capacity, will med willi
dispatch for the above port. For Freight engage?
ments, apply to ROBERT MURE Jc CO.,
jp O R NEW ORLEANS. '
The New Al Schooner D: B. EVERETT, Sik
having three-tour!hs of he Cargo engaged,SS*
will receive dispatch lor thc above port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
fcbl7 STREET BROTHERS 4 CO,,
pAClFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMFY>
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDLSED.
steamers of the above Une leave Pler^-f-.Sef*
No. 42. North River, foot of Caaal??&&?5?
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, ?TTheTil
iud Seth of every mon til (except when ?l;es3
dates fallon Sunday, then the Saturday pieced
Departure of the SOt J connect?t Panama witt:
steamers for South P. -?..nie ?iud courrai . menea.
por>a. Those of 4tti touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship GREAT REPUBLIC leaves San Fran
Bisco for Jupaii and China March 1, 1S71.
No California steamers toucU at Havana, ba
go direct from- New York te AspluwalL
one hundred pounds bascase Ireeto each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information appi>
ai the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharr foot of Canal street, North River, Sew
Vork. . K. R. BABY, Agent,
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer CITY _ ^1T?s>w
POINT, captain I). B. Vincent, will jggggfigg
leave Southern Wuarf for the above pLiee on
FRIDAY EVENING, February 24, 1871, at 8.30
The Steamer DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Ooxet
ter, will leave Som hem Wharton TUESDAV EVE?
NING, February 28, 1871, at 8.30 o'clock, ror the
above place. RAVEN EL A CO., Agents,
?^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DAR1EN AND
The favorite Steamer
ELI ZrA. HANCOX,
Captain L. W. BDRNS,
will receive Freight at South Atlan- ? ??T^v
tic wharf for above poini3 every.?suBSS*
TPESDAT, and leave on every WEDNESDAY Moa*
INO. at 7 o'clook, arnvlng at savonup.h the sam?
ivtming, and leaving for Harlen, Ac, the follow
lng morning. Returning, w:u leave Savannah for
.'honeston every MOND?T MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or p-ussage, apply to.
RAVENEL, HOLMES & CO.,
scpio_No. 177 East B--.V.
If.vO Jt F L O R I D A ,
TWICE .A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERN ANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE. PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. J OH Vb RIVER.
Thc Steamer DICTA Tu H. Captain r Y-ff*^
L. M. COXETTEK. Will ->.l!l lv"- ifalTM?m&ro
Southern Wharf for obove points every TUES? A j
KVV.SISG.U' fi.30o'clock, arriving back ai Charit*
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, a: 5 o'clock.
TBC Steamer CITY POINT, Captain I). BL Vincent,
will sail from Soul beru Wharf for above potnu
every FRIDAY EVBKIKO, at -.30 o'clock, arri vin ?
back at Charleston WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, ai
RAVENEL ft CO.. Agents,
TjlORSAVANNAH V?A BEAUFORT AND
. PACIFIC LANDING.
Tue Steamer PILOT LOY, Captain ? -rfT^k
J. W. sily, wili leave Central WharfcaSBBK
I for above points every MONDAY MORMNU. a: s
o'clock, and for Beaufort aud PaclfU Landing
every THURSDAY, leaving hore at 8 o'clock A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
J. D. AIKEN, Agent,
febl No. 5 Central Wharf.
O R WRIGHT'S BLUFF
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE
Thc steamer MARION. Captain w. _
F. Adair, ls now receiving Freight?^^QC_
at Accomtdodation Wharf, and will leave OL WED
XESDAY NIGHT, the 22d instant.
Freight and Warfagc prepaid.
No r.-vtgiit received after sunset.
For engagements, apply to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A-CO.,
fcb21-2_No. 177 East Bav.
jgXCURSION TO PHOSPHATE WOEKS,
The Steamer ST. HELENA, Cap?
tain D. Sinclair, Jr., will leavo as_ _
above Tnt'RSDAY MORNING. 23d inst., at 9 o'clock,
rrom Market Wharr, root or Market street, touch?
ing at Chisolm's Landing and West Point Mill,
goingand returning, leaving upper landing on
rellim at half-past 3 o'clock, reaching city about
Passage for trip, $1; children half price.
Tully will be in atlendanee to furnish refresh?
ments as before. J. U. MURRAY.
OR N E W ? Q 2 S .
ON THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23D, AT i
O'CLOCK P. M.
SEW IRON STEAM L FSE-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-ROOMS UL O.V DECK.
The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowe]], Commander, will sall-for
New York on THURSDAY, February 23d, at 4
o'clock. P. M.. Irom Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
Insurance bySteamers of this Line H per cern.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 20 Broad street, or
to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
fe'o20-4 . , _;_
JP OR NEW; YORK.
OL.O LINE .V EVP* YORK AND CHARLES
ESTABLISHED 1 84 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
Thc verv rast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of tatt* -Line will sall froiir Adger's-South
Wharf SH fallows durlng*r.lie month or FeBruary:
CHAMPION, SATURDAY. 25th, at 7 o'clock P. M.
CHARLESTON. TUESDAY. 2Sth. at 12 o'clock M. .
?8~ Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and thc New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marker
Freights on upland cotton through to Liverpool
UveelghiliB of a penny: sea Island one penny.
Upland cotton to New York ii ceut, sea island
For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
felil-lmo JAMh.fr ADOEIt Je CO.
fJlHEOUGH BILLS LADING TO
UALTiMORE PIULA DELPIIIA, BOS?
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST! ,
TheDne Steamship SEA GULI-, S. T-.flr&fa.
Dutton, Commander, will sail fur Bal- afcspHS
ttmore on TIIUKSDAY, 23d February, ai b o'c.ock
XS- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
cit? by rRiiroad rrom Baltimore without- addi?
tional insurance, mid Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Uoods rrem
the Railroad Depot m philadelphia.
PAUL C. THEN HOLM, Agent,
feb21 3 No. 2 Union Wharves.
JpOR FORT SUMTER.
nie Steamar POCOSIN, Captain W. - ^"^ w
H. Gannon, will lenve as above?ig^i^gS*
every TUESDAY, TUURSDAV and SATI'KDAY, UL ta
o'clock, from Market Wharf, root ol Market street.
Returning at a quarter-past 2o'clock.
. Jau25-lmo J. H. MURRAY. Agent.
?jyjONEY CANNOT BUY IT!
FOR SIGHT IS PRICE LE SS ll
-The DIAMOND G LASSES, manufactured br J. E.
SI'KNCER A CO.. New York, which ?ire uow oriercd
to the public, are pronounced Lyall Hie celebrated
Opticians ol the world to Lc the mos: Perfect, Na?
tural Artificial i.elp to the human eye ever-Known.
They are ground under their own supervision,
from minute Crystal Pebble/*, melted together,
and derive their name. "Diamond/' oa accorm:
ot their hardness and brilliancy.
The sclent Hie. principle on which they ni e con
struced brings the core or centre or the lens di?
rectly In front or thc eye. producing a'clear and
distinct vision, os in tho natural, healthy sight,
and preventing all unpleasant sensations, such as
glimmering and wavering of sight, dizziness, Ac,
peculiar to all others In u.-e.
They arc mounted lu thc finest manner, lu
frames or the best quality, or all materials used
for that purpose. Tnelr finish and durability can?
not be surpassed.
CAUTION.-None genuine unless bearlug their
trade mark stain oed on every frame.
"Dealer In Watches. Jewelry,
Sterling Silverware and Optical Goods,
No. 307 King street.
Wl'-mwslyr Charleston, s. C.
For su:e by WILCOX. GIBBES A co., importers
ami Dealers In GUANO, No. MS l?riV street. Saran
nnh. Ga.; No. 341 Broad stree:. Ango-tn. Ga.; No.
lal LAST BAY, Charleston, S. 0. For further in?
formation,address as above, for southern Agri?
culturist Almanac. febl-lmo
rjlHE GREAT GERMAN BEMEDIto
l'rorcssor LOUIS WUNDRAM'S BLOOD PURI
FY1NG AND PURGATIVE HERBS, fin PIUS
Powders,) for the cure of all Acme or Chrono
Diseases, resulting from tmr.ure biocd and Impel
feet digestion. '
Also, the following Medicines by rhe same 'Pro?
fessor Louis Wundram. Brunswick. Germans :i
Herb Tea ;ror Dyspepsia and Nervoo3a3S?.i
Rheumatic Herb Tea.
Wundwas"ser (the German "Palnklier.)
For sale by ?r. H.* A ER,
may30 No. 151.Meeting strict.
Situ <&xotm?<s, &~t.
BEDFORD'S (LATE CORWINS) GROCERY
T E ^ WAREHOUSE
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
PURE LEAF LARD -
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH- AND AMERICAN CRACKERS, -ia.
3?SCUITS, ?C., AC.
N. B.-I CLAIM TO KEEP THE LARGEST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT 0.
FAMILT GROCERIES IN THIS CITY. * .
E. JE. BEDFORD, ?
I " PDRB
SUCCESSOR TO . I
WILLIAM S. CORWIN A CO., Fr"
AND VERY OLD
No. 375 KING STREET,
OPPOSITE BASEL. J
WHOLESALE AlVD RETAIL DEALER
.' '.. ' '. IS . ..." .. '"I;, ii . ,'.
Fine Teas, Coffees, Sugars- Provisions, Spices, :&e
HERMETICALLY SEALED FRUITS,
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, <fcc."
Ail articles sola iran.this establishment are or the VERY BEST QUALITY ana WARRANTED.
Goods lellvered to all pam or the City, Railroad Depots, Steamboats, .'ree or expense.
EVERi'E. BEDFORD. 1
SEO. H. GR?BER. f
SEND FOR A
j JAS.' S. MARTIN.
I WM. G. MOOD, Js.
TO FACTORS IND PUNTERS!
The undersigned beza to Inform his enstomers and rhe'publlc thor, In addition to lils Works si
Savannah, he ?ins established extensive Superphosphate Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposite this
etty, which are now lu acive operation, mauurajturing his well k:?own rertlllzers. the
J? HOS PHO'P?RUVI A N
AMMOi???T?D SOLUTE PACIFIC,. GUANOS,
AND WHE E HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND
Xo. 1 I? E R U. V JT. A IV GUANO,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,
o'thc highest grade from his Ashcnoo Miue-=. (era le and ground,) analyzing over sixty per cent, o?
Lone Phosphate or Lime; and
These Works ha A beeu opened under thciiisnectmn'or Dr. C. C. SHEPARD. Jr., inspector of
Fertilisers for South Car* Una, and every p ickace wdl be.i hi* brand certifying to its luspecfion.
Uniformity of quality rruarante.d ami prices reduced. *
Messrs. t?. A. TRENH'OEM & SON. Gtnen?'A?Mnts, 1 PHITU h-smv q r
Messrs. GRAESER & SMITH, Agents, \ CHARLbbTON,- S. C.
J. R. 8 A R D Y .
janl3 CORNER EAST BAY AND BROAD STREETS, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ETI WAN GUANOS,
SOLUBLE MANURES AND SULPHURIC ACID,
MANUFACTURED AT THE
CHA 1: LE STON, S. . C.,
BY THE .
TnE NOW WELL KNOWN ETI WAN GUANO IS MANUFACTURED FROM THE NATIVE BONE
PHOSPHATES ol south Carolina. These PHOSPHATES lu their natural state are Insoluble, and re?
quire to be ?round to powder, and made Soluble by Sulphuric Acid. Tnis Company have now in Ope?
ration the largest sulphuriC-Acld Chambers at the Sooth, end are. therefore, able to manufacture at
thc lowe-t rates, Hi . lng'est grade or FERTILIZER; it being e'ear that the gteater the proportion or
Soluble Pliospheto arhli-h any Fertilizer contain* the less ;he quantity required per acre. In order to
make Hie Fertilizer complete,.Ammonia and Potash in suillclent qnftatities nie added. With these
views tht Coo.pacy manufacture and rsfer for talc .
ETI WAN GUANO?,'
WARRANTED TO CONTAIN FROM 1.1 TM 20 PSft CERT. OF FISSOLVEO BONE PHOSPHATE OF
L'ME. and rrom 2 to ??? per eenr. ol AMMOS'I '.. with a sufficient addition of PERUVIAN GUANO and
POTASH, to adapt lt to ail crops. Pnce $03 per ton; ca-h; on .Ime, $70 per too, and interest 7 per
cent, per auuum. ? ..
OF niGH GRADE. SUITABLE TOR MANUFACTURERS OR FOR PLANTERS. BEING IN ITSELF AN
exceKenl FERTILIZER, und specially ada;?i d for Compost.' As lareo quantities of Sui piarrie Acid
arc use-i to dissolve ihe Phosphate, this wUi be round a cheap .nd coi.ventent way to transport that ma
terial The grade furnished will boTrbui 18 o JO per cent. Dissolved Bone Phosphate: Price $40 per
ted. cash: on time. ?16, with :n-e:csr ai 7 per cn;, per uunuin. SOU higher grades wfn bs furnished
io order at sn additional price perceutHge.
COMPOUND ACID PHOSPHATE, .
SPECIALLY PREPARED F R COMP STING WITH COTTON SEED AND OTHER PLANTATION
MANURES. Price ;.'>?'. per ton, ins.: oa time, $4J, with interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
GROUND BONE, .
AT MUCH LOWER RATES, CONSISTING SIMPLY OF THE NATIVE BONE PHOSPHATES GROUND
to powder. Price $?0 per to?, cash; ou time. ?2-, and Interest at 7 per cent, per annum.
WM. C. BEE & CO.,
AGENT*, No. li AUGER'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. Cr -
N. R-T11E PERCENTAGE OF DiSSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF LIME AND AMMONIA IN
ALL TUE KTIWANS i-i-aScertaUfol at the MTi iks, by their Chemist, beroredelivery. S:iOuldany pur
Cbeeer be die*>utisded. he may return average samples or any purchase, within thirty (30) days after
denvery, and they ?rill be analyzed aae*. uu-.t any detlcioucy in the percentage guaranteed will be
made goori io him by thc Company. jan?0-mwf2mos
EIGHTEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL SUCCESS !
INTRODUCED IN ?S-VJ.;.PATENTED DECEMBER CO, 1S39.
|?Jldest Superphosphate Manufactured in this Country
IffK* MTRUeSN?ZED fflRPHMATE OF Lil
Bone^ Phosphoric Guano, Concentrated Ammoniacal
Animal Matter and Sulphuric Acid.
NO SALT. PLASTER. SALT CAKE, NUKE-CAKE, NOR ANY ADULTERANT OF ANY KIND USED.
THE AMMONIACAL ANIMAL MATTE!
OF LIME C> e-iet ol the Fi. sh, (comatniuj
1"> per cent. Am moma, ?ol l;nr?ee, beeres,
oil by s es m. rend lor aJ!amuhk-t.
Am.iHwn YteWcd I v th? <>rg.u.: .
9/ t t . ?? I"*" .::.:?. Phosphftrtc Aeid...
:;.ss ft ct. -?.;:.!. n Phosphoric Acid.
3 3- V ct.s l -i - Phi.sph .;;c Acid.
T.--V r vt -:::>:....?:.: A ul.
..Ari ex elli ur Ft-rtiiizer.*1
-I.:. <i )
USED IN M APES' NITROGENIZETJ SUPERPHOSPHATE
!0 per cent, or Ammonia,) and the Blood, (conralning
sh and other an mais, alter expression ol the fat aud
[alter.'.. cst ft cent.
. .Bone Pho phateof Lln;e..T.io.7S ft cent.
.Soluble Puosphate oLLime. 8.48,9 cent.
.Hone Phosphate or Lime (dissolved).. 7 3S ft cent.
.Sulphate of Lime....'...15.43 ft cent.
Respectfully submit red.
CHARLES U. SIIErARD, JK , JC. P..
Inspector of Fertilizers for South Carolina *.
TRICE, S50 CASH.
KINSMAN Sf HOWELL, General Agents,
fcbJj-wrm?mOSD?C No. 123 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON,.S. c.
THE KREA.T FERTILIZER
. - e^--- '
WiA F0R SALE BY jil
FOR COTTOX A>*D ALL OROPS.
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OF THIS
gre t FEKT1LIZER on ALL CROPS proves it to
be UieJBKST fine. CHEAPEST Manure now offer?
ed in the marker.
It has been used by many cf the most emi;
nent Planters in the South, and
IN EVERY SINGLE INSTANCE IT HAS GIVEN
On COTTON Ps erects have been particularly
man.':ed. lt is no rare thing for WHANN'S-PHOS?
PHATE to intrease. the yield from ONE HUN
DKED..?O TWO HUNDRED FER CENT., or even
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter of
Cameron, Ga , says in a letter to the Banner of the
South, November 26, that In an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates and Gunnos, the
WHANN'S proved Itself thc best of all those
tried, paying a NET PROFIT (even at the pres
ent low price of Cotton.) or ?20 90 per acre of
Cotton. A copy of MT. Dixon's lefter, giving
detalls.J?wlll be furnished on ."?"licatlon.
FOR SALE BY
dLAGHOM, HERRING & CO.,
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND AUGUSTA, GA.
gpRMAN S0?Tr3?LN*G CORDIAL! *
AN INVALUABLE REMEOY FOR INFANTSl
Tbl* ls the best Medicine for young children,
snfferlni? willi Colic, Diarrhoea, pr any other cont*
plaint,' in ident to Teething. It may be giren
with safety, as it contains no opium, or other in?
jurious anodyne. '
Price. 25 cen? a bottle.
Manu?actaie "and forsale by
DB. H. BA ER.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W. ECKEL A CO., Dr. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKR1NE. . A. O. EARBOT,.
W. T. LITTLE A- CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN. Dr. E. H. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A .-OHWAKE,
G.. W. A1MAR, J. LOCKWOOD, .
G. J. LUHN, . W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON.
And by Druggies generally._j Jan21
STJK/?r POP !
DEATH TO RATS,
NEVER FA1LIN1?. .
B0XE3 DOUBLE THE SIZE AS .OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold ar Wholesale by
DOWIE, .MOISE & DAVIS,
And at reta! by all Druggists. febl-Omos
~ Bitters. ~~
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS?.
H. BISCHOFF ? CO.,
H. KLATTE & GO.,
J. A. QUACKENBDSH,
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the- blood and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain th?
human frame in condition
of healthfulness, dispel, the
Blues and all mentar dis?,
temper?, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to.depression.
They prevent and cure Bili?
ous and other Fevers, Fever and'
Ague, Chills, Diarrhoeal Dysen?
tery, Dyspepsia, Sea-Sickness.
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint Inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladles will find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
pc \iiiar to the sex.
&"\ i.ousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
64 & 66 Water Street, N. T.
CLACrUS & WITTE,
General Agents for tlie Slate of So. Carolina,
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
m FOE SALE Br
E. E. BEDFORD, King street,
C. D. AHRENS & CO., King street,
B. FELDUANN <J- CO., King street,
And by Druggists and Grocers everywhere. .
1 WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH
are the best ia use.
For Bale mi the Lease r?an, with monthly pay
ments, nu easv terms, or for cash. All tunas of
Machine attachments, Needles, a'otton, (white,
black and colored.} SSk, OH, Soap, Ac, Ac.
Repairing as usual. Circulars and samples of
work sent on application.
D. B. HASELTON,
General Dealer In First Class Sewing! aa
chines and Material, No. 307 Klug street,
aiign Charleston. S.. O.
jgENZLNE, BOUBLE DISTILLED,
FOR CLEANING CLOTHES.
For sale wholesale and retail bv ' '
Dr. H. BARR, *"
No. m Meeting street.