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Fate ot a Fighting Dog.
. BY T. ERST HARTE.
x man he owned a terrier dog
A bob-tailed ornery cuss
And that there dog got that there man
In many an ugly moss;
jor the man he was on his muscle,
And the dflg he was on his bite,
So to kies tbe dog oned animal
Was sure to raise a light.
A woman owned a Thomas cat
That flt at fliteen pounds,
The other cats got np and slid
When that there cat was round.
The man and dog came along one day,
Wneie the woman abe did dwell,
And thc purp negrowled ferociously,
Then went for the cat like-everything.
He tried to chair the neck of the cat,
?Bot the oat he wouldn't be chawed,
So he Tit upon the back or that there dog.
And blt! and chawedl and clawed!
Ohl the hair lt flew! and the dog he yowld
As the claws went into his hide.
And chunoks of flesh was peeled from his back;
Thea he flnmmexed, and he sicked and died!
The man he ripped and cussed, and swere
As?e' gathered a big brickbat,
That he wotld be darned essentially
ir ht aidtft kin the cat!
But thfe old woman allowed she'd be blessed if he
AH ii snatcbed"up an old shot gun.
Which was fired, and pepper?d his diaphragm
With bird shot number one.
They toted him home on a window bund,
And the doctor cured him up!
But he never was known ta ugh: again,
Or to own another pup.
Polks may turn up their snoots at this here rhyme,
I tion't care a cuss for that;
All I want to show ls, that fighting dogs
May tackle the wrong Tom cat.
Exports of til e Week, ending Much 3.
LrvRBPOOL-Per Nor bark Ueland-iee bags sea
Island and 639 bales upland cotton, 181 bbls rosin,
Sro tons phosphate rook.Per Br bark Sailor
Prince-UTI bales upland cotton, lia tons phos?
A PORT IN GREAT BRITAIN-Per Br bark Ansdell
-836 bbls spirits turpentine, 1434 bbls rosin.
CORK ANS A MARKET-Per Br brig Prothesa-240
tons phosphate rock. -
GOTTENBURG-Per Nor bark Prof Schwel^ard
10S2 bales upland cotton.
BARCELONA-Per Span bark Elvira-785. bales
upland cotton, 20 bbla rosin, 4000 reet lumber.....
Per Span brig Marcelina-504 bales upland cotton,
207 bbls rosin.
BALTIS PORT. RUSSIA-Per Nor bark Emanue>
825 bales upland cotton.
NEW. YORE-Per steamship Georgia-r-145 bags
sea Island and 1180 bales upland cotton, 605 bbls
rosin, so tierces rice, 40 balea yarn, 26 bales rags,
Ac, 25 bois peas, 34 empty bbls, and sundry pac
ag?s,Ac..Per steamship Charleston-17 bags
sea island and 602 bales upland cotton, 52 bales
domestica and yarns, .82 packages of sundries.
...<_Per steamship Champion-21 bags of
sea Island cotton, 616 bales upland cotton, so
tibrces rice, 26 bales domestics, 60 empty bbls, 100
pkgs mdse, 7 horses.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Fall River-107
bales cotton, 183 bales yarn, 373 bbls roam, 14
hhds iron, and sundry packages._Per sehr Ella
Uatth?wes-186 tons old iron, 38,000 feet lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-159 bales
cotton, 240 tierces rice, is bales domestics, 20 casks
clay, 4 hhds and 1 bale hides, 7 pkgs, and isoo feet
lumber..Per steamship Sea Gall-190 tes
rice, 176 bales cotton, 8 bales domestics, 5 hales
and 1 hhd Mdee*6 .rolls leather, sooo feet lumber,
27 pa cfragea s und rles.
NB-W ORLEANS-Ter sehr DB Everett-3441 sacks
peas, 3(6 whole and 2 half tierces rice.
- Tile Charleston .n*rKet.
TOE TOT WEES ENDINO THURSDAY, MARCH 2.
THE CROPS.-The weather ha? been generally
dry and cool, with a moderate rain in the early
part of the week, No event of interest has trans?
pired during the time bearing upon the crop soon"
to be placed in the ground, while appearances in?
dicate great economy in the management of plant
em. Provisions and manures are purchased light -
]y and wtth close attention to cost. Outside re?
porta state that lnmany sections the cotton area
will be reduced at least one-fourth, and aa in?
creased surface placed m corn and other grain,
sufficient to give an ample aupply for home use.
Tbe labor of the farm ls now employed in prepar?
ing the lands for the crops.
TSE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for tub week up to Friday last show a large
increase on last year, bat a slight decline from
the week before, and Vere 186,661 bales, tn con?
trast with 141,957 bales the previous week, and
82,753 bales ror the time the year before. The
receipts at New Orleans were 62,750 bales, and
- 45,469.bales for the week the year previous. The
total supplies at the cotton ports from September
1,1670, np to the latest mall dates, were 2,775-,587
' bales, against 2,105,211 bales last year, showing
an increase of 670,376 bales. The receipts at the
chief Southern markets from September l, 1870,
np to the latest telegraphic intelligence as con?
trasted with lest year were as follows:
New Orleans, March 1.......1,005,708 630.788
Mobile, Marchi..-.330,110 248,707
Savannah, March 1.....612,608 389.230
Charleston, March 1.282,481 191,182
Galveston, March 1.I7i,ei3 165.929
Virginia, Masch 1.250,205 167,035
p ?Orth Carolina, March t.70,476^ 46,687
The following are the receipts at tbe'rlncipal
cotton centres from February 23-to March 1,1371,
inclusive, as reported;by telegraph.. ' Tnls em?
braces one. day of last-week, consolidated with
the first-day of this term, amount lng to a total
estimated for the day of about 10,000 bales, ivbich 1
will nave to be deducted to obtain the net. Thia 1
statement does not inorado the overland: i
FBb28:2days.l2409........Feb 24.. 74721
Feb 26..8548..Feb 27..10,36? \60,475 ,
Feb 28.......12,847..Men 1....7832J 1
MOBILE- ? 1
Feb 2S..2 days..2106...Feb 24... .3889 ] (
Feb 25.878..Feb 27... .1265 }? 14,440 \
Fefr.28,.4919.Mch 1....1384 J
Feb 23..2 days..4696.Feb 24... .22761 1
Feb?5.2644.Feb 27. 8964 S20.680 1
Feb28..857i:...?...Mch 1....3729J ,
Feb 23..1533.......Feb. 24... .1218)
Feb25.."...1128..:.Feb27....1377 S 7,423 "
Feb28....rm.......;.Mch i_?osij. t
Feb 19..2 days.. 296.Feb 24... .14691 j
Feb 2b.....2591.Feb27....1736 V 9,133
Feb23.2254....Mch 1.... 787J '
Feb 23.-2 daya.8017.Feb 24. ..12701 q
Feb25....1794..Feb27....-i- 8,238 r
Feb 28...1020.Mch 1....1137 j \
WILMINGTON- ' - 1
Feb 23..3 days.. 480.Feb 24.... 2701
Feb26. 218.Feb 27.... 118 1- 1,427
Feb28. 173.Mch X.... 168J P
The arrivals for the 'corresponding week last a
jj . yearwere 73,197 bales. -v c
The stocks bf the article in sight at the latest 1
date's were as follows:
1871. 1870. i
. Stock in Liverpool.bales. 76I.000 311,000
Stock in London. 79,341 81,705 :
Stock in Glasgow. 25? 300 "
Stock In Havre. 44,230 91,500 6
Stoctln Marseilles. 6,850 4.600
Stock m Bremen. 3.450 csoo
Stock rest or Continent. 25,000 32,000" 1
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican). 294,000 249.000 c
Afloat for France (American .
and Brazil*. 41,674 r
Total Indian cotton afloat for li
g Europe. 131.632 108,512 t"
Stock m United States ports.. 698,890 663,749
Stock in inland towns. U6.3S2 101,843 P
Total. 2,168,026 1,592,383
I Increase ci stock in sight. 073,642
The receipts at this port for tbe week Just closed
were 341 bags of sea islands and Floridas and ;oS2
bales of uplands, against 355 bags of sea islands
and Floridas, 6874 bales of uplands lhe previous
-week, and 186 bags of sea islands and Floridas
and 2963 bales of uplands for the contrasting
week last season. These supplies have come rrom
the following sources, say of uplands, per South
j Carolina Railroad, 6043 bales; per Northeastern
Railroad," 480 bales; per Sa van u ah and Charleston
J Railroad, 122;Peedee, 425; Savannah, 3; Florida,
* 9. Of sea islands-Edisto, 6; Northeastern Rall
! load, 2; Beaufort, 40; Savannah, 7; Florida, 286.
r THB COTTON JARRET.-The full character of
[ the receipts coming to hand has kept up a feel
! lng of depression in the market for this article,
: and during its continuance the prospect of a ra?
fe Torable change seems uncertain. Prices have
generally shown cn easier tendency durln^ 'his
y .time, and in the foreign centre the rates, which
??fropened ? for middling uplands, rece*
ed to 7Jid;'??l?fcg'ork1 where the art icle com
oeac6det??x?V*^fcecamc dull and nominal at
while nt this point middling uplands early
in the week ruled at UXOUfto ^ ?, but de
ollned to li)ic. The transactions at Liverpool
and New York for this period were'as follows:
Cn Friday, February 24, the former was quiet
and steady, uplands '7*d, sales 10,000 t
the latter showed a good demand with rall p
jales 6000 bales at 15*c. On Saturday the
m er closed doll, uplands 7*d, salee lb,OOO I
the latter was quiet at 15 itc, sales 2200 bales.
Monday the former was dull and easier, upi
7*@7*d, sales 10,000 bales; the latter
dull and nomi oil at 15 \c, ' sales -3850 bales,
Tuesday the former was dull and tending d
uplands 7*@7*id, sales 10,000 bales; the]
was dull and irregular, at l5*c, sales ".ooo 1
On Wednesday the former was dull and tet
down, uplands barely 7 Ka, sales 8000 biles
latter was dull and downward, at 15*, sales
bales. Yesterday the former was nnchai
the latter dull and weak at 15*c
The transactions in thia market for the '
were as follows: On Friday, February 24th,
qualities were strong and others weak; sales
bales; ordinary to good ordinary belag qt
at I2@l3*c, low middling 14*@l4*c, midi
I4*@l4*c, strict middling U*@15c fl lt.
Saturday there was ? limited demand a
changed prices, the market closing quiet;
800 bales; quotations unaltered. On Monda;
Inquiry was moderate but steady, prices beii
some cases slightly easier, but without impoi
change; sales 1100 bales, ordinary ,io gout
dlnary being quoted at I2@l3*c, low midi
14@14'?c, middling 14*@l4*c, strict
diing l4J?@i?c fl re. On Tuesday the ms
opened easier and declined *c fi re; salcB
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being qo
at 12<fM3*c, low middling I4@14}?'c, midi
14*c, and strict middling I4*@l4*c fi
On Wednesday the article was dull and depres
sales 400 bales, mostly stained at ll*@l2*c,
market closing unsettled and Without reli
quotations. Yesterday the market was ef
and prices *@*c fl lb lower; sales 900 balea,
4 at 9, io at ll.??', 112 at 12,135 at 12*, 62 at :
7 at 13,116 at 13*, 33 at 13*, 35 at 14, c at 1
188 at 14*, 109 at 14ft 51 at 14*, 4 at 14*.
Ordinary to good o - nary.12 @13??
SEA l=naM>.l'OTTas.-Tiie arrivai? cr tr.ls Q;
ty of the staple were J4t bags or sea. 1-land*
Floridas, in contrast with 355 the week bef
and 180 for the same time last jtason. Tl
has been a good demand for medium and g
Carolinas from 60 to 75c fl }b, but the ?narke
bare of thia kind. Other Qualities-have been
little Inquired for, or were neglected, the art
generally presenting quiet features. The si
have been about 200 bags of Carolinas and Fl
das; arnon; which of Carolinas 9 frosted at ?
r> at^c, is at GO, 3 at 65, 2 at 75, 3 at 80,10 at 82,
at Sic. OTFloridas: 8 at 40c, 15 at 48,2 at- 62,
at 55"21 at 56,2 at 60c. carolinas, common n
bs quoted at 50@6Cc; medium 60@67; good es(?
fi; te abd eil r? Ste at w&ti ? refuB? pp wai
Floridas, common may be quoted at 35@40c; g
40@4~; One and extra n_e at 48@55c and upwa
RiCSL- Th? arrlvabs of Caroona rough liaieb
llghtTSat abTJTrt ETO0'hushel8"for the Week"." 1
grain bas ueen in steady jeqneet, and prices lu
had a hardening character, factors reeling co:
dence in the strong position of thia article. 1
transactions tor the week have been about 1
tierces cf clean Carolina; among which were
tierces at 7*c fl re. 35 at 7*, 10 at 7 5-10, 37
7*. 90 at 7 7-16 , 25 at 7*. 54 at 7* 194 at 7*, :
at 7 1316, 147 at .7*, 250- at 7 15-16, 40 at 3, 12
8*c fl IB. There was a sale of 1400 bushels
Carolina seed rice at $3 25?$3 U fl bushel. 1
.-?note common ty,fay ci<?au (^rolkit&at 7*OU
food 7*?S&j?S? i ? jH '<
NAVAL STO?R?S.-The*r?c?lp:s*bf these artic]
iave ?;e?n limited, and were looo bbl9 for tl
ime. -The following, transactions in rosin to
>lace: l bbl pale rosin at $5, 2 bbla extra No l
li, 6 bbis No l at $3, 13 bills low No l at $2 50,
Ms extra No 2 at $2 25, 352 bbis No 2 at $2 10,
>bls Nos 2 and 3 at $2 05, 301 bois No 3 at ii 05.
ibis black at $2, 4 bbis black at $1 80 fl bbl.
H A Yy-Tjie supplies havo been restricted
.bout 90 baies ?r Eastern and ?00 North River d
?criptlons. North River iu a retail way may I
luoted at $1 70, an! Eastern at $l 75al 80 fl hu
CO'.tN.-There havebten received, about 15,0
Dushels or this grain from Baltimore, Norfolk au
S?rth Carolina. A cargo of prime white fro
S'orfolt, say 6000 bushels, was soil at 99 c '
)D3he.', bulk, weight, ami a cargo pf 3J00 bushe
>rlme white North Carolina sold at 93*c ?
lushel, bulk, weight! Limited sale, of prim
rlilte took place at ?l 03 fi bushel, and of mixe
it SI 05al 0? fl-bushel, weight, bags mended. ,
argo of 1930 bushels Nonh Carolina strict ?rpi im
rhlte sild at $1 fl bushel, bulk, weight, catii.
OATS.-The demand is Ina limited way for looa
onsumption at 75@aE0; ?. bushel, weight, bag
PEA*.-There ia a goo.1, demand for "clay'
itialities; "which may be quoted at -$2 50?2 BO "
lushel. Mixed sell at $2@2 25 ? bushel.
FLOUR.-This article is in fair supply, an:
rices have exhibited firmness, with a modera',
lemana. Northern and Western fine. may o
uoted at. $?@6 25 bbU s up ?pr St (6 l5#T io:1
bl.; extra st f 7 25 ffctfhi., ai>i"f?aity %*%
99 50 fl bbl. Southern qualities are In mod?rai
tock, and super may be r.uoted at $7@7 so f
hi.; eittia at $8@s 50 ? bbL: ramily $9@9 63 fl
bl., and extra family at $9 oo? io fi bbl.
BACON.-The market is supplied to a fair exteu
(Uh prime meat, with a limited trade doing,
'rime smoked shoulders may be quoted at 110
lKc ft lb; prime smoked clear ribbed sides at li
a:s*c $ rn; prime salted ?lioulders. at 9*$ioc
s lb, and salted Bides at ll*$12e fi lb.
YBOETABLES AND F a L IT.-Irish -potatoes are
ettlngscarce, and are la'demand, rink Eyes
nay be quoted at $4 7?&5 fl bbl.; Goodrich.
,t $5?5 M fl bbl.; Peach Blows at $6@5 50 fl bbl.
talons are Arm ai *? ?. bbl; stock light. Apples
TC generally Inferior ia quality, and may be
[uoted at ?5 so@c 50 fi bbl. Oranges sell at
?3 50 fl hundred for West India and Flor.das.
Sananas may be quoted at t2@4 $ bunch.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode
ate, but good to prime grocery sugars maybe
?inrrCE ;AND LARD.-T?Itia ls $ fair:-stuck
rfme Go?iien. We' q'uo'te'goo?lTo prime at as?
cc ft re; Chicago prime 29@30c ft IB; Western
nd other lower grades sell Jroo^2U(??oe^fiJB;
ountry at?5^30?fvjlj, aart'quaUty. Lar^is In
air supply, and is held at?3*?I4*0 fl re.
SALT.-Jobbing parce'a of Liverpool received
llrect may be quoted at $1 35@l 50 fl sack.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, or the most
?pprovad ?atieras, are offered onthenaarketat
@7c.ffiTfi-:, : ?T? [ri/flg :
ISDiA*BA?Gis?^Tliere ls bu? flttl? Inquiry for'
his article. We quote 22@23; fl yard, nominal.
TIMBER AND LUMIISR.-The market for tills artl
le is quiet. We quote timber Tor milling purposes
rom $6@I0. Shipping timber ?10D15. Bright
amber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
o size, from $1S$22 fl M by the cargo; lumber
er rall, fl3@15; river lumber, $in@iu; dressed
FBKIOHT3.-To Llixrpool, by steam directiiomt
al on uplands; via New York, *1 ou uplands,
d@-l* on sea Islands; by sall 7-ied on uplands;
id on sea islands. To Havre nominal. Coastwise
-to New York.by steam *c on uplands and *c on
ea islands; $175 fl tierce on rice; by sail, -.ft ?
in cotton;-fl tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on
oain; $7@f S fi M on lumber; Se&i'J f? Mon tim
1er. Tc Bostcn, by "su'l, ;,'c ft re ca upland
otton. To Providence, by sail, f? ?u fl M on
loardB, >ic fi lb cn cotton: by steam $1 fl bale on
sew York rales. To I'liikulciphia, by steam,
?ic fl lb on ypuuids; by ?ai!, i? "M M.on boards;
59 un timber: *3 fi ton on clay, ami $3,13 50 on
mosphates. To Ballimore by steam, >ic 9 re;
>y sall, $c :o?7 fl M on ooards; i?i?s ?b a ton
in phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
mr merchants to take lumber freights from
ieorgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilia Uiver, Ga.,
md Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
510@12 fi M are rates on lumber nud boards.
DoiiKSTic ExcuA.soK.-The banks are parchas
ng sight cheeks on New York at * o?r; five
lays *brr: io dava l on*; 15 days i* o:v; -JO ?ays
-; 30 days -. Tliey are selling sigh: checks at
?ar. . : v
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rat? yeBter
lay waa lfi*@2o for 60 day bills.
GoLD.-'The broker? were yesterdav buying at
0 and selling at 11@U*.. 1
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, March 2.-The Bank of England has
"advanced ton rate of interest ?per cent v y
NEW TOBE;-March . 2^Nooo'.-StwkT very
Btrong-Virginias 66; new 62l4. North Carolinas
49X;new27X; Money 4. Gold 10%. Exchange
long 9>, ; short 10X- Freights qalet.
Evenlng.^M^noy 4a5, exceptions 3>,. Ex
.caar.gtt.flrm at 9Jiaa?i. rGold.lOX- Governments
quiet. Sixty-twos, registered, 12. . Tennessees
j advanced XaX. North Carolinas, old rather
strong. Tennessees 04 K; new 64X. Virginias
65; new 62.. Louisianas 69; new 62>t. Levees 7fc
i eights 83. Alabamas loo: fives 67. Georgias 61;
! sevens ?IX- North Carolinas 46M; new 27,-?.
.NEW ORLEANS, March 2.-Sterfing 21 x. Sight
! ii discount. Gold ll.
LIVERPOOL, March 2-Noon.-Cotton dull and
tending down; uplands barely 7Xd; Orleans bare
BOSTON, March 2.-Cotton quiet; middlings 15X
cts; net receipts 655 bales; gross 2053; saies 300
NEW YORK, March 2-Noon.-Cotton dull and
weak; middling uplands i5;"'c, Orleans l5Xc
SilltB 1000 ti ilCB
Evening.-Cotton dull and heavy; sales 2920
baie? at ?c. : i
BALTWORE, March 2.-Cotton dull and heavy;
middlings 14Xc; net receipts 30: gro?s 221: ex?
ports tu Continent 1645; sales 266; ?tock 13,316
NORFOLK, March 2.-Cotton quiet; tow mid
diing I3xc; net receipts 1435 hare's; exports to
Continent 2060; sales 275; stock 3920. .
WILMINGTON, March 2.-Cotton steady; mid
dllngs l3)?'c; net receipts lil; sales 75: stock 4356
-balea. j -,
"AUGUSTA. March 2.-Cotton market quiet at
l3Xal3Xc for middlings; sales 620; receipts 900
SAVANNAH, March 2.-Cotion quiet; middlings
l4Xal4Xc; net receipts 3703 batts; exported to
Cronstadt 1033; coastwise 1190; salea 1:100;stock
MOBILE, March 2-Cotton quiet; middlings 14c;
net receipts 1593 bales; exports coastwise 6s;
saies 1500; stock 8L398.
NEW ORLEANS, March 2 -Cotton irregular; mid.
dlings ?4Xal4Xc; net receipts 7002 bales; gross
7096: exported to Great Britain 13,973: Cronstadt
1757; coastwise 677; sales 10,700; stock 233.471.;
GALVESTON, March 2.-eot'ton doll and heavy;
good ordinary 12}*'?; net receipts 1064 bales; ex?
port-coastwise 26; sales 900; stock 58,134.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
NEW YORK, March 2- Noon.-Flour a shade
firmer. Wheat a trifle better. Corn quiet and
firm. Pork duli at $22 50. Lard heavy at l3al3XC.
ii pectine steady at ?3j?a;>4. R'jsln (inlet and
?tnof at CW for strained. ?5 ; ; ?
"Evening.-^F'iouT.rabro steady; cororo?n to good
I extr? $6 0Oa7 40; good to choice $7 4Sa9. "Whiskey
a sh ide tinner at 92. Wheat la2c better. Corn
lc better-65a86; Southern 86a87. Pork lower and
more active at $22a2212J? ; old 21 50. Beef steady.
Lava, inactive; kettle 13Xal3Xo. Naval stores
qaiet and Bteady. Tallow Quiet at SXa9. Freights
duli : by sall on cotton X to s-.ia. ?
BALTIMORE, March 2- Flour dull arid Domi?
nai. Wheat quiet but firm for choice: dull for low
grades. Corn a shade firmer; white 83c; yellow
79a50c. Pork $2250a23. Bacon (toady; shoulders
10c. Whiskey ?ia !
LOUISVILLE, March 2.-Bagging inactive. Flour
steady; low grades acaree. Corn quiet. Provis?
ions dull and nominal. Meas pork $21 75. Lard
12XC. Shoulders ox ; clear ?Mes 12c. Whiskey ssc.
CINCINNATI, March 2.-Flour qalet and un
chanced. Conradvancing and in fair demand:
. sjfip'-v liglit&abB?$?TBf Mets rot* nourin,V.; $2b96
asked. Lard dull and unchanged. ' Bacon, only
smslljobbingdemand; shoulders 0c; sides, ll.'4a
! 11? a^ked. whisker dull at 85c.
NEW ORLEANS, March 2.-Flour scarce and
. a'rmtr; sutfOTne $6 627iT<louble-^7 30; treble
. S7-M.-~Pork~irm; mewl*!?.. - Bacon 10X802'?a
I2*?c; sugar-cured hams lOXal'c. Lard firmer;
tierce l'2XalSXc; keg 14414XC. Sugar dull and
lower; prime OXalOXO. corn, oats, bran, hay,
niolassts,* whiskey und coflee are all unchanged.
HAVANA, "February 25.-SUGAR -Prices stiff |
and quotations unchanged; salsa of the week 500O
boxes ami hogshead*; exports for the week to
rcreizu countries, ia.ooo boxes and 82oo hhds: ex?
ports to the United Stales, "oocf boxes and 3000
nhdi.; stock rennin lng in w lrehcrasee- at Havana
and Matanzas. 166.000 boxe, and i ?,ot o hhds.
, LrMBEit-Alaa-iit^supDlied;. whlteplne $26a27;
plrc? plirSt2S|B 75. i ?? - Ti*?
..KKEIU838-?-PI'M: box aspar to Northern and
Southeru ports In the ??hlted States, 75aB0c; hogs?
heads augur to Northern aud Southern ports,
$3 ;'0a4 25; hogshead molasses to Northern and
southern ports, $2 75*3.
I Intti loi Cotton markets.
COLOMBIA, March 2.-Sales o' cotton yesterday
125 bale?; "middlings 18Xc.
CHARLOTTE, February ?8.-200 bale3 sold; ex?
tremes 10,'4 to 13.'4c Market dt.ll and quotations
WILMINGTON, March L-Sn s ITS ICRPENT?NE.
S?tes of HO bbls at 50c per gallon Tor Southern
ROSIN.-Sal's of 1428 bbl* at $2 for strained, %3
25a3 37,'i for No. l, ?4 75 lor pale and $5 25 for
ex I ra pale.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Market steady, with sale3
of emly 62 bbls reported at $3 20 lor.soft, and $.
COTTON.-Sales of only IC bales reported as fol?
lows 4 ?M2X ?nd 9 at 13?ic per pound. Market
clnslDg qntet bur. steady with a fair inquiry. We
quote: ordinary M*12J?c: good ordinarv icc;
low mb'illlng l3.'4c; middling 10;.'c; stri;t mid?
tv o rio lu Grain Market.
NOBFOI.K, February 28.-CORN.-The market
has been dull and heavy daring the wiiole week,
but price? show but little decline from these pre?
vailing ut tlie close of our last weekly report. The
sales or the week have been about 28,000 bushejs;
white bringing 80c*. mixed from nc- ro 79c. anil
yellow 76a79c The sales to-day are about 4U00
bushels. White sold n: 7:ia?0c, and mixed 77a76c,
at which the market closes dui].
OATS.-Tne week's receipts are aBbut 5000 bush?
els, all of wluch"were sold. We quote the market
at tlje close at 698800. * , ' . -J
.??it. .. r ,-. ?, , - ,-.
Trew Sr'oric Rive Markt-?.
From the Dally Bulletin. February 2S : The
market is without, any important i-hauge. the de?
mand ruling moderate, but holders firm at full
former 3gu res on most grades. Sales or 40
tierces Carolina at 8XaSXC,' and 4C0 bags Kan
goon at $3 40 gold, in bond, rot export, and 7a
7Xc currency, duty paid, to thejrade.
Prom the Journal or Commerce: Rice-remains
without change. The demand is moderate, and
the smafl stock enables holders to obtain att'ady
rates. We notice sales of 40 tierces carolina at |
S't'aS??c for prime, and 400 bags Rangoon ut 7a
7XO currency, for lota duty paid, and $3 40 gold,
Tor lots, tn bond, for export.
From the Times: Rice bas been quiet but steady ;
sales 4) tes Carolina at $837a6 02, and 400 bags
Rangoon at $7a7 12X currencv, free, aud $3 40
gold, in bond, the latter ror export.
From the Wor.U: Rice scarce ami firm; very
little doing at late prices; Carolina SaSiic; Kau
goon 7a7Xc currency, duty paid.
Comparative Export s-of Cotton and Ktce
from rite Port of"Charleston, fk-om Sep?
tember 1,1870, to Marc? 1, 1S71.
1870->71. I 16C9-"70.
EXFQSTB? TO c-?-z- g-*
Tot'H?^'Brit?ib ' 3374 199586;.. ;.'.[25SB;^K49\. 428
Havre-.,.i 556 1288 C-!7
Of her Fr. Ports.j.j.j.
T^J^ran?e^. 1 TT.Ti ?T.. " *... ~J~?58|^r20?' 347
N. Of-Earope. 12948].;.j 1338;.
'fofl N.Europe. 12946;.j.| 13381.
Wk La dies, *e,
Otb. U. S. Ports
i?364o|;..ii! soso :ebigsrf 775
3135 540' 113? 1678 131
4393l106966 l 7940j 3155: ?0521r7539
SOI 71151 1261- IO: 7942; 14oc
10899; SS4? .*.?.. 12404! 3398
. 6059 .I 333j 1981
44571127986121154 j 3?'.7S:i0237S:l43S6
SxportsTtrt"Klee. Naval Stores and Lum?
ber from tin Port of Charleston, from
Sept. 1,1S70. to Starch 1. 1871._
Provid'ce.R I. !
Halifax, N S..
St John's, NB.
Bbis. ? Feet.
239,228 10,532, 126,424
1,658,7301 5.458'. 2,b49.??-?
78U.0?0? 4,54?: -67,10C
720,4011 092, 509,400
4,144,302| ?l,5?9l 4,531,001
Rio de Janeiro
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NOTE.-We have iledueted rrom New Orleans
57769 bales uplands, from Mobile 3268 baleB up
lar ds and burned 502| from Savannah 2014 bags
sea island and 1435 bales upland.and from Charles?
ton 4271 bags se? Island end"1309 -bEles upland
the qUautitle3 received at those ports from Mo?
bile, Florida. Texas and Savannah. J
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NEW YoitE-rer steamship South Carollna-902
balea uplan? and 95 baps sea island cotton, 290
hnls rosin, ce bales domestics, 64 casks clay, 10
bales rags, 12 tes rice, 44 pkgs sundrlts.
Receipts hy ltailroail. March 2.
S0CTH CA ROL IK A EAILBOAD. ^
1191 bale? cotton, 58 bales goods. 100 bbis naval
stoics. To r.Bilroad Agent, G W Williams A co,
l'elzer, Rodgers & co.W C Dukes & co, G W Witte,
Heeder k Davis. W B Williams & Son, T P Smith.
O'H Walter ? co, Mowry & Sun, W WStnltb,R
?lure <V co. Graeser * Smith, W c Uee * co, B J
Wlss A co, Tliurston A Holmes. A J Salinas. J R
Pringle A Sou. Sloan .A Selgctons^ A B Mulligan,
Wardlaw A Carew,' Frost A Adner, Calw ell'A
f-on. G A Treaholui A Sou, Watsun A Hill, W C
Courtney A co.
'- >:oHT?EA9TERS ziitiSox?.' "'"*'";* '
92 bales np'and cotton, 290 b'>is naval stores,
cars lumber atm wood, rough ric?, pen?, ind?e.
Ac To 0 Sf Williams & co, Frost A Adger. T it
Smith, A J Salinas, WK Ryan, J C H Claussen,
Mowry A Son. Peizer, Rodgers A co, J Anderson
A co, caldwell A Son. Kinsman A Howell, T H A
W Dcwees, Barden A Parker. J A Quackenbusb,
C BelttEer, F W Pelper, AV C Courtney A co, W C
Dukes A co, cracscr ft Smith, H cobla A co. W A
Courtenay. WT Sanders, D C Ebaug?, E Welling,
?ailroad Agent and Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON EAILR0AD.
28 hales cotton, 317 bushels rough rice, - bush?
els peas, mdse, Ac. To T P Smith, H Bischoff ?c
co, S R Mnrsiinil. P J Dutson, J M Kason A Bro, 3
R Pringle A Son. Mautoue A co. W M Lawton A
Sons, Plncknty Brus. W D Johnson, J D Oater
holtz, E T Reynolds, C McHonev, J B Ferrell. M
GaitiaTd, Arthur Sumner, M Triest and Railroad
BAGGING, ? yara
Oaaiiy ploth.... 22 ? 23,
New York.' Double Anchor, n
inchea?2i<ts#. . <9
BAU Rora, ? j*- -
Manilla. .... a
Western."... 8 @ 12X
BCTTKE-G oBnen. 30 ? 40
Country. 25 ? 80
COTTON, T? TB- '
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 12 ? . 13>i
Low middling.133?? 13?
Middling to strict middling... 14;?? iv?
Good middling. ?
Sealsland. 40 ? l 25
COFFEE, ? lt- ?
Rio. 10 ? 19
Lagnayra....... % -T.
Java......... -.. ?
Carolina Fertilizer, * 2000 tts. 60 oo @
Wando FertUizer.....cash.... 50 00 ?
Time...*..1 85-00 ?
Double Refined poudrette. 80 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate........?3 oo ?
peruvian Gaano, ? 2240 res...100 oo ?
Pacific Guano,V 2000 tba.cash. 65 OD ?
Time..s. G.. 00 ? ..
Phoenix Guano.,. 47 50 ?
Baugh'sPhos., ?2000Tbs.cash'50 oo @ .. *
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 Its 66' 00 ?
Rhodes' Standard Manure ($65
time). 57 60 @
Orchlllo Quano046 time). 85 00 0
Land Plaster. 18 00 s 18 OD
Mapea'Super Phos, V 2000 res. 65 00 ? "~
Woolston'8 Phosphate of Lime 65 00 ?
Woolston's Vege'or, ~$ 2000 res 65 00 ?
Croasd ale's Gen. 8nD.Phos.net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
Sanly/s Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65.00 @
Sanly's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
Patapseo Guano. 65 00 ? .;.
?. Frank Coe's Ammoniated
"Bone Phosphate. 60 00 ?
Coe's Pore Dissolved Bone..'.. 02 oa @
Whaun'sSuperphosphate...'.. 60 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Goauo, sol I860 time) 54 00 ? '..
Etlwan Guano, No 2 (?60 time) 63 00 ?
'?en's Ammoniated Bone Phos?
phate (S7U lime).60 co @
Russel Coe's Ammoniated
L'une Superphosphate t?ti?
time). 60 00 a
Cotton Pood, uer tun. 60 00 ?
Wilcox, Gibus A Cu.'s Mampo
lated. CO 00 ?
FLOCK, P ubi -
Fine.,. 5 75 ? 6 25
Super. 6 75 @ 7 25
Northern arni Western Extra. 7 75 @ S 25
Baltimore Extra. . .. @
Soiitheri:-Sup.T. 7 CO ? 7 ?0
Extra. 7 7? ? -8 25
Family. S 50 ? io t?
KR ?N, b?shei
Maryland Oats. 75 ? 80
Western Oats. ?. ?
Cyril.'. U5;."?> 1 03
GAV. 9 cwt
Nonn uiver.\. l 70 3 '
ut'ii ML;:, ti ."?I rti-t
Clear White Fine, Srv. quality. 50 00 g 55 O'?
While-Vine, good ran. 38 oo ? 40 oo
Vcllow Pine.t.20 oo ? 24 00
Boards, routh. ll 00 @ 12 00
Grooved and tongued 2s 00 ?32 CO
MOLASSES. ? chiioa
Cuba. 23 ? 26
Musi'uvado. -"I ? 35
aygar-house.:. 50- ? l oo
Nj?tr '?rlt ins.:.:. ?8 ? C-.i
SA VAL STOKES, *? bu?
lar. .. ?
, Pitch... f
Itfisin, pale. ?
Rosin-, No. 1. 2 40 @ 3 00
Rosin, No. 2.'.. -'IO roi 2 25
Rosin, No. 3. 2 CO ? 2 05
Spirits Turpehtlite, T> gallon.. .. ?
. trude Turpentine. @
Bard Turpeutine. ?
Oakum, 16. io ?
Nana-American 4? 2 od., keg 5 05 ? 7 0i
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... ? 00 ?
Dupont's, l-.F.F...-.. 5 00 ?
k Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 ?
Pnorisi'iN?, ? rfc
' Bacon, Hums. 16 ? 22
Sides. 1? ? 13?.'
Shoulden. n ? HU
Lard, lu ket. 13,'i? 14?
Buller. 30 ? 40X
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, Irish, bbl. 5 oo @ 5 50
Sweet. 8 50 ? 4 00
Onions._ 8 0i? ?
Apples. 5 50 @ 0 50
Eggs....'. 15 ? 20
Poultry-Chickens, ^ doz..,. '3 00 ? 4 oo
Fowls. ^ doz. 5 00 ? 5 60
RICE, ^ lb-Carolina. 07 ? os
most India. a
SALT, ? sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 35 ?' 1 50
Liverpool, fine. ? ~
Sr.OAR, ? lb-i:aw.... . .. ?
Porto Rico..'..".. ?
Huscovado.-..10 -? 11J?
BEESWAX-?fi. 3s @ 40
HIDES, Green-lt. ?
Dry. 12 ? . 15
CHKSTNCTS-> bushel. 4 oo ia
Per steamship South Carolina, Tor New York
Mrs Jennings, Hiss Winberg, P Capey. C Zepeda,
P Ward. J Coleman, G Hitchcock, E B Bradlev, J
G Bott' n, F Hamilton, E Blonde!!.
MARISE XE H'S.
CHARLESTON, 5. C.MARCH 3.1871
Swed bark Columba, Svendsen, Martinique via
savnunah. Ballast, to the Master. Has come
herc for repairs. .
Sehr Sarah Webb, rigott, Hertrord, N C. 2000
bushels com. To R M Butler A- Son.
Sehr Southerner, from Santee. 1000 bushels
rough rice. To Thurston k Holmes and others.
Si t amer General Manigault, Cordes, Peedee,
via Georgetown, S C. 199 bales cotton, naval
stores and suudrles. ToShackelford A Kelly, LD
Mowry A Son, Ceo W Witte, G W Williams A co, T
P Smith, S D Stoney. P L?tz.
Sluop Hortensia. Jack, Santee. 210 bnsheis
rough rice. To W C Bee A co.
Received from Chlsolm'a Mill. 115 rcs rice. To
P G H ascii. THAW Dewees, Thurston A Holmes,
and U L Chisolm.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New York
-Wuguer, Unger Aco, W A Courtenay.
Steamship Sou;h Carolina..Becket. New York,
Sour*Jason, Wiley, Georgetown, S C.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Char?estou. Berry, New York,
Steamship Fall inver, ninckley, Philadelphia,
' February 27.
t-pan brig Tania, Bertr?n, Barcelona, Febru?
arys. ' * .
Span brig Monarca, Fern, Barcelona, Febru?
Sehr W L Burroughs, Lowden, Bremerhaven,
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Mai viand, Johnson, at Baltimore,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowd!, from New York,
.Mat oh 2.
C ' SAVANNAS, March 2.-Arrived, steamship Vic fas
burg. BOSLUU; aUip Chance, Liverpool, cleared,
: steamship Geni Barnes, 'New York; Saragossa,
Baltliut roi 8'.hr-C-8 Groves, Charleston. Sallee
Steauu-hip Alh-mbra. Bo?lou; oark Irene, Carn a
rouu-V . .
the Br bark Agnes Campbell, Landry, frorn
CnutHc-ton ' for 'Amsterdam, put- Into Plymouth,
Eng, February 32, w-lth a wrecked crew.
IT, CLEARED AND SAILSD FOR THIS PCB!.
Ship r'rauiiuebar, Harward, sailed..Jan21
Ship Canura, LeSack, sailed.Feb 8
- ?a va. A nu. e Kimball. S'.Ins oe. cleared_Jan 20
Lark 1 loreuce Chipman, Jones.Jan 25.
The G H Bevern, Bevan, sailed.Jan 3
The Oscar, Pet crt on, sailed.,.Feb 6
The Jean Vivian, Brewtr, sailed.Jan 26
Fr bark Intimes, QerUot. sailed.'.Oct 16
snip citv of Boston, Wyman, cleared.rebl?
Scbr S C Tyler, barrett, np.Jreb li
Scnr B N Lawkins, Wyatt, up.Feb 22
'Steamship Georgia, Crowell, sailed.March 2
Sehr I-m., Hughes, cleated.Feo24
Scbr Vraie. Miison, no.Feb 24
Sehr Walton, Boyd, up.Feb 1?
Sehr E A Hooper, Lioooer. up.Feb 18
SciirEB Everman, Conon, cleared.Feb 3
Sehr A E Glover. Terry, up.....fth t
Sehr Jessie S Clark, clark, cleared.Feb 21
Sehr Daueuliovv;er, Grace, cleared.Feb 20
behr Clara, Malford, up.Feb 25
R* 1.71110 RE.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, cleared.... .Feb 28
Br bark Lord Baltimore, Brown, up...._Feb. 18
Brig M B Rowland, Rowland, cleared.Feb 1?
Sehr Arctic, Woodeman, up.-.Feb is
Sehr O S EdwardB, Corson, cleared.Feb 21
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeGroot. up.Feb 20
Sehr Sea liueen, Rosebrook, cleared..'.Feb 24
ROCKPORT, if E.
Sehr Frank A Emily, MoCobb, cleared;.Feb 8
List of snipping
IN TUE POUT OF CHARLESTON, MARCH 2.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
STEAMSHIPS. _ i
South Carolina, ieee wns, Beckett, at Union
wharf, tor New York, ready-Wagner, Buger.
A co, W. A. Courtenay. -v .,
Manhattan, 188T tons, ffoo'&nll, ?? Adgertlwh?rf,
for New York. loading-James Anger ft co.
Virginia, - tons. Hunter, at Brown 4 co's .wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-W A Conrteney.
Muscoagns, fBrj', 700 tons,' Grover, at Vanfler
horst's wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Raven-I
. er ft co. .
Edith (Br), - tons, Hilton, at Boyce ft co's wharf,
for Amsterdam, loading-Lesesne ft "Veils.
? C Winthrop, 900 tons, Stewart, in the Roads,
for Liverpool, ready-Patterson ft Stock.
Island Home (Br)..725 tons, McLellan, at Accom?
modation wharf,for Liverpool, loading-Hen?
ry Card. . -.
Kate Troop (Br), 747 tons, Crocker, at Atlantic
wharr, for Liverpool, loading-G A Trenholm
ft Son. ?
Atracan., - tons, Spencer, at Southern w^au,
fr m Liverpool, discharging-G A Trenho.m 4
Columba, (Swed,) - tons. Svendsen, at Marsh's
wharf, from savannah, Jnst arrived.-Master.
' BAAKS. .
Kedar. 330 tons, French, in the Stream, for Yalpa- '
ralso, ready-J A Ensl?w ft co. .
Eulalia, (Span,) 450 tons, Arana, In the Stream,
for Liverpool, readf-W P Hall. .
Prof Schwelgard (Nor), 820 tons, Swan, in the
Stream, for Gottenburg, ready-W B mnlth
Moselle (Br), 290 tODav Lefeuvre, at Palmetto I
wharf, Tram Cape de Verde, waiting-R Mure |
Ueland (Nor), 385 tons, Tallakseo. in the Stream,
for Liverpool, ready-B S Rhett ft Son,
Vinco (Br), 438 tons, Hobson, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, for Ltverpoolrioadlng-H-Card.
Belaste (Br), 409 tons. Nielsen, at Central wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure ft co.
Hara burg (S-G), 643 tons, Kuhlken, at Central
wharf, for Queenstown and a Market,, loading
~C O Witte.
Elvira (Sp?n), 306 tons, Oliver, at Atlantic
wharf, for Barcelona, ready-W p Hall. !
Dratpner iNor), 407 tons. Ingoldsen, at Marshall's
wharf, from Cardiff, discharging-IV B Smith'
Minnie, (Br.) 364 tons. Stewart, at Central wharf, .
for L;ve:-poo> loading-aRobt Mare ft co.
Celeste, (Br), 597 tons, Fullerton, at.Boyce 4 co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Flora (Br), 350 tone, Mulford, at Atlantic wharf,
tor Genoa, loading-Hunt Bros & co.
Rosa (Spun polacrt), - tons, Santos, m Ashley
River, for Vljto. loading-w r Hall.
Georgie, - tone, Swan, at Commercial wliarf,
from Georgetown, S C, waiting-VY^n Roach
Toro (Span), - tons, Mas, at Brown 4 co's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading-W P Hui;.
Albert Thoma", - too.?, Rose, In Ashley. River,
for Baltimore, loading-Street Bros & co.
D B Everett, 109 ions. Hooper, at Brown ft co's
wharf, for New Oilcans, ready-Street Bros
Adie Blaisdell, 373 tons. Garfield,, at Boyce 4 cc'3
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-vf Roach 4 co".
J Clark, 201 tons, nix, at N E Ri Broad wharf, lor
Pall River, loai lin ir-u P Baker ft co...
Warren sawyer, 379 tons, .smltii, at Union wharf,
for Weymouth, Mas*, loading-H F Baker 4 co.
Virginia Dare, listons, Johnson, in AsMev River,
for a Non bern Port, lom I lng-J A Eoakiw 4 oo.
Daylight, iou tons. McFadden, at Union wharf,
for West Indies, loading-Paul, Welch *
Mary Stotv, ito tons. Rankin, at Union wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-W Roach 4 co.
Hattie Coombs, ISO t ms. Jamieson, at Kerr's
wharf, from Norfo.k, Va; discharging-T J"
Kerr ic co.
Walter H Thorndike.- tons. ?Hall, at Central
wharr, from Bockport, Me, discharging-A*
N W >mith, - tons. Tooker, at Adgert wharf,
from Sew York, discharging-Wm Roach 4 co.
Mary Farrow, - tons, Bagley, at Adgor's wharf,
from Sew York, discharging-W Roa^b 4 co.
Arctic. - tons, Woodman, in Ashley River, -sj
Baltimore, loading-J A Enslow 4 co. - '
OF THE DAY.
DUGDALE & i-iimn
MAGNUM BONUM .
* A N A L Y S I S".
Soluble none Pnospnste of Lime..15.38
Bone Phosphate of Lime.19.64
.Eo.mvaJ.-nL to 12 per cen,:, of Sulpbate-of Am?
monia.) ? .
ll will be observed tint our Phosphate has an
ample supply of the all Important and vital crop
producing clements, -vtz : Soluble Phosphate,
Ammonia and Potash, and In view of this fact,
and the strong testimonials which have been
given In its favor by so many planters who have
g:ven the -"Magnum Bonum" an impartial test
nader Cotton the psst season, may we not, with
perfect candor, assert that we have an
UNEQUALLED COTTON FERTILIZER,
And urge each plant? to give it a trial the com?
ing season ?
DUGDALE ft G1RVIN.
EQUAL TO PERCT?AN GUANO-POUND FOR
tVASHi^OTON. V. C., September 13,1870.
Messrs. JOHN METER'S SONS:
1 used the "Magnum Bonum Soluble Phos?
phate" bought of you, alongside of Peruvian
Guano, on Cotton, and rrnn the product equal to
Peruvian Gu ino-pound for pound.
I am much pleased also with its effects on Corn.
WILLIAM J. ARUHBELL.
FULLY EQUAL TO PERUVIAN FOR COTTON.
" STATESVILLE, N. C.. AUgUSt lt, 1870.
Messrs. DOODATE 4 GIRVIH, Baltimore, Md.:
6>n'7em??.-Onr Mr. C. A. Carlton tried under
Cotton, dis year, your "Magnum Bonum Soluble
Phosphate" alongside of No. 1 Peruvian Guano,
and thicks yo?r Phosphate fully equal to thtr
Guano, aud believes that if he. had used the ?ams
money value of each, the "Magnum Bonum"
would not only have equalled the Peruvian, but
far surpassed'it. tv QM. truly.
CARLTON BROS. 4 CO.
MUCH BETTER FOR COTTON THAN PERUVIAN
EWENTON.* N. C., August 20, 1870. A
Mr. A. H. BOND:
Dear afr-The "Magnum Bohtrm w mad? 'jy
Messrs. Dugdale 4 Grrvin, of Baltimore, anti pur?
chased of you, was used under a portion of ray
Cotton, alopgslde of Peruvian Guano, and the
Cotton ls much better squared, and will produce
more than that nnder which I used the Guano,
Yours, most obedient,
- . i
P. iee- |j7 Per Ten Cuh,
S?2 Per Ton Payable (with 7
Per Ce ut, Interest Added j on November 1.
JAS. M. CALDWELL & SON,
ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.,
SEND FOR CIRCULARS !
t HE S TO-NO
OF THIS CITY,
ARE NOW MANUFACTURING-THEIR
" SOLUBLE GUANO,"j
Which will be rurnlshel at $50 cash, or $56 on 1st
November nest with City accep ance, and their
"DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE," for composting with
Cotton Seed, at |S3 cash, or on 1st November
with io per cent additional.
"PURE GROUND PHOSPHATE" at $15 cash;
Contracts for the Fertilizers may he made in ex?
change for Cotton.
ORDERS SENT WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT
' J. D. ^IKEN, AGENT,
)LD CAROLINA BITTERS,,
POR SALE B?.,
E. E. BEDFORD, Klug street,
C. D. AHRENS A CO., King street,.
B. FELDMANN AVCO., King street, >,
And by Druggiate and ?rocera everywhere. '
. HBST PEIZE
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blood and
strengthen til o system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain tho
human frame in condition
of hoatthfutaess, dispel tho
Blues and all mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to d?pression*
They prevent and cure sin* >*
otis and olher Fevers, Fever andr *
arid every complaint Inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies witt find
them a sovereign boon, as 1
they eradicate aU traces
of Debility* Nervousness,
Inertness, and Disease*
peculiar to the sex. ? ?
C^Thousands of Testimo?
ni?is can bo seen at the
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
G4 & 66 "Water Street^. T.
CLACIUS & WITTE,
CH ARL ty TON,
G?n?ral Apentslbt the State of So. Caroliaafc
febii-iyi u*0 . "
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE '
OLD CAROLINA BITTER S.
H. BISCHOFF & CO.,
H..KLATTE A CO.,
J. A. Qtf?CK ENBHSH,
WAGENER 4 MONSEES,
MANTOOE & CO.
' WEED" FAMILY FAVORITE LOCK-STITCH*
are the be*t In ase.
For t?.:e on the Leese Pinn, with monthly nay.
ment?, OB easy^ienus, or lor cash. AU junda af
Machine' ?tT?.chments, Needles, Cotton; (white,,
black aDd colored,) Silk, Oil, soo Ac, *c.
Repairing ?a ubuei. Circulars aaa samples ol
work Bent oe application.
' D. B. HASELTON, *.
General Dealer in First Class Bowing ata- !
? chine? and Material, So. ?07 Klug stree;,
ang!7 .Charleston. S: 0.
Dregs, Cljcmicais. &*c.
QERMAW SOOTS LSG COKDiALJ
AN INVALUABLE RE.M KUY FOR INFANTS I ?
ThLa'ls the beet Medic.ne for young ehiTdren,.
suffering Kith colic, Dlarrlto.i, or any other jom
plaint, in Idtnt to Teething, it tuny be inven1
with safety, a* I? contains no opium, or other in-ir"
Price, 25 eeanrn battle.
Manufacture I and for sale by
. Da. H. BASS.
Also by the following Druggists:
A. W, ECKEL-& CO., Dr. A. RAOUL.
Dr. W. A. SKKLN'E, A. 0. BARBOT,
W. T. LITrLE A C?" i BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN. Dr. E. Ii. KELLERS,
E. S. BURNHAM,' GRAMAN & >t?HWAKE,.
G. W. AIMAR, J LOCKWOOD,
G. J. LOHN, . W. T. LINN,
W. A. GIBSON,
And by Dragcists generally._Jana
STJE/E3 POP !
DEATH TO HATS,
" BEDBUGS, Seo.,
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OIHEBS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND
Sold a'. Wholesale by ' ?
IX>WIE, MOISE db DAVIS,
And at retal ortoSrufgU?s. rebMmo