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OOMMJES GZA-L yjsws.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br ship Kate Troop-2422 bales
upland cotton, 297 sacks cotton seed.
BEAUFORT, K 0-Per sehr Virginia Dare-63,ooo
feet bridge Umber and plank, 10 tons zinc ana
Tue C lim lt?to ii Lonou, Klee amt Naval
OPFICR CHARLESTON NBW8. \
MONDAY EVENINC, March 6,1871. j
COTTON.-The demand for this staple commenced
with a weaker tendency m rates, the softening In?
clination rather Increasing during the day,
amounting later to a decline in some cases of an
X? 9 rb, the market showing a rather fair In?
quiry throughout. Sales about 1400 bales, say 150
atllK, 40ati2,niatl2K, 7 at 12}*, 37 at 12&,
161 at 13, 66 at 13,-i, ill at i3'4', 27 at 1Z%, 112 at
13,'?, 115 at 13 9 16, 60 at 13=0, 41 at 13K, 125'at
is;;, 12 at 14, ll at 14;?, 124 at 14>?, 4 at i-?;We
Ordinary to good ordinary.J1K913
Low middling. :.ISK@
Strict middling.i?K?- i i
BICE.-This grain was without change, the mas.
kel being somewhat quiet, Sales about 200 tierces
of clean Carolina, say 30 tierces at 713-16,109 at
7J?, 24 on private terms. We quote common to
fair clean Carolina at 7K@7K! good 7?i@8c 11 rfc.
NAVAL STORES.-There were no sales'of Impor?
tance. Crude turpentine may be quoted.at $1 65
for hard, and $2 80 9 bbl for soft.
FRSIOHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands; via New York, Kd on up?
lands, io?isd on sea Islands ; hy Bail
7-16 on uplands, Md on sea Islands,
To Havre nominal, ceastwrse-to New-York,
hy steam, Kc on uplands and KC on set?
Islands; $1 759 tierce on rice; by sail, Kc V lt OL
cotton ;-9 tierce on rice; 40c V barrel on roam :
$7? 3 9 Mon lamber; $P@IO 9 if on timber, 'lc
Boston, by BRU, Kc 9 fe.on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sall $S H M ou.boards, -sc
9 lb on cotton; by steam $1 V hale on New
Tork rates. To Philadelphia, hy steam, Kc-9 lb
on uplands; by sall, $7 ? M on boards: ?? on
timber; $3 9 ton on clay, and $893-50 cn phos?
phates. To Baltimore., by steam, Kc 9 h> by,
sall, $6 50(?: 9 M on boards'; $e$3 Si 9 ton OL
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights frc m
Georgetown. S. c., Harlen and Satllla Biver, Ga
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and s io
@12 fi M are the rates OB lumbar and board?.
EXOHANOB.-Sterllng 60 day bills 2o,v@20J?'.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. The banks purchase
sight checks at y, err, and sell at par. / *
Market8 hy Telegraph.
$ MONEY MARKETS.
LOKDOV, March S- Noon.-?:enrola 91%. Bonds
Evening.-Consols 8i??. BtTids?2.
FRANKFORT, March 6.-Bonds closed at 96%.
NEW. TOJX, March &-Nucm-Preights dull.
Go vern mest s stead? atxl flot very active. Stocks
active; not much caaagcvlroffijbaturday's quota?
tions. Money 4. Goal IL Exchange, long 9K;
short lOKc _ **
Evening. - Mon ev activer am ou g brokers, at 4a?
percent. SteiHug quiet at 9'*a9K, GoldloKa
ll. Governmente quiet and steady; sixtj-t?te
12K- .southerns cloted dull; Ttnnessaees, old'
and new, 64. Virginias es- new VS%. Loulsishas
69; sew 82; ' Levees TS; new 8&. akrbamas ioor
Aves 67. Georgias teKi aevena so. North CaroMnas
4?; new 8T. South Carolinas nj new COK. freights
Niw^BLBANF. Varch 6.-sterling 21 \. Sight
K dlaeeunt. Gold ll.
COTI ON MASKETS.
LJVSKPOOL, March 6-Noon.-Cotton flat and
irregular; uplands 7\d; Orleans 7Kd; sales
10,000 bates; cotton afloat easier. Bombay cotton
shipment for three weeks to .March 4(h, 20,aoe
Evening.-Cotton duir and tends down; uplands'
bardy 7X<t; Orleans 7 .Sid; sales ?2.0S0 bate?; spec?
ulation and export 400u;. salts afloat and load.ng
at Mobile, 7"M6d for middlings.
NEW TORE, March e-Noon.-Cort?n unsettled ;
uplands UKc; Orleans l^.'c: sales 700 bales.
Evening.-Co ton irregular and heavy; sales
69oe"balef at 145?C. " ?
BOSTON, Maren ff.-Cotton duU; mlddings 15c;
net receipt? 490; gross nso; sales 430; stock 9UOJ
BALTIMORE, March 6.-Cotton -middlings 14K? 1
14Kc; gross receipt? mo j experts coastwise 3?; 1
sales 325; stock 14,790 biles.' ' 1
NORFOLE, March e.-Conon doll; low middlings.
190; net receipts 238 bales; exports ouastwis?
2741; sales 100; stock 4207 bales.
WILMINGTON, March 6.-Cotton dull; middlings
13Kc;net receipts 192 bales; exports coastwise
592; sales 30; stock 400$.
* AUGUSTA, March e.-Cotton market veiy dnli at
ISKalSKc, holders showing no disposition to
press Kales. Receipts 400 oa.es; sales 215 bales.
SAVANNAH, March e.-Cotton duU and depress
ed; accurate quotations caunot be given; mid- 1
dungs lSjfc; uet receipts 28-0 bahs; exports
* coastwise 2422 bales ; sajes J60? bale?; Stock b6,123 '
MOBILE, March e.-Colton quiet; middling i3?4'o* 1
net receipt? 13W bales: exp*orts"ro Continent 1516;
coastwise 325; sales, 1060: stock 7B.941.
GALVESTON,Marchi.-Cot 1 OD declining:good or- >
dmary lii; Mt ?ecetpts 1803 oalest Safes IOOJ; '
" GALVSWON, March 6"-Cetton flat; good ordfe
nary i2KaiZJic; net recrip? n? bale?1, expiris
coawtwise s; stock 69.432.
NEW ORLEANS, March e.-Cotton dull and
. nominal; middlings Hr.H.^ct r.-t rt Cripta 29,794
bales;gross 29,910 bales; exp or. ? to tireal Britain ,
?MB bales; to Bremen 8380 'bale; to Amsterdam
837'bales: to Vera CUB 449 tv.les; coastwise 1431
bales; ?ales ?co bales; stock 291.5V6 bales.
. PROVISIONS ANO rSOOGCB MAREXT8.
LoNDON,Mw/cha-Noon.-Breadstup> firm. Tal
LIVAMFU?I, March-a-Noon.-Red winter wheat
Hs sd. Cern, new ?cs 3d.
Evening.-Pork 98a ed. 'ParpenMoe 87s 6.
NEW YORK, MaKh a-Soo??-Fleer aa 10c better.
Wheat Oi mer una quiet., Con held higher. Pork
$21 15. Lard liaise. Turpentine Sic Boam
firm at $a 65a2 7Ctffer attained.
Evening.-Flour, Sont hem Urna; common to fair
extrait LIO a 7 70; good to aiioetr )7 7&a9. Whiskey
92a32K> Wheat Armer; * inter red Si 65. Cora
laie better^-coti ern yellow 88aM. Klee quiet at
8Ka?8Kc. Pork?steady at $2175. Beer quiet. Lard
sreaoy. TnTpentme^Jsc. Roenj, strained $2 0oa
2 70. Tallow qafftC.; VP*\ f?
BALTIMORE, Marek-G.-Flour quiet and firm ror?
ari grades, Wheat, tmyiaagtd. Corn act ive :?
white Southern 84a87e; 'yellow SlaKc. Pork'
qtdet at $22 60. Baconshomde.8 9^a'ioc. Whiskey
CINCINNATI March 6 -Corn In goodflemand at
foll prices, 57c Mesa perk dull and drooping at
$2175. Lard UMalSKJc. Bacon dull and droop?
ing; clear iib He. Whiskey unchanged.
ST. Lons, March'0,-corn Arm; mixed bulk 56
851C Whiskey oui! at 87Kc. Pork $21 so. Ba?
con, clear rib llKc Lard retaihi.gatl?^a^Kc.
LOUISVILLE, March a.-Corn, sacked ami shelled,
680. Provisions Armer. Mei's pork $21 75. Bacon
steady at 9c; shoulders, IIKC: clear rib IIMC.
Lard, Tierce, 12al2Kc; kegs 13al3-Ke. Whiskey
qnlet at 84c.
NEW ORLEANS, Marth" 6^-SagarAill hndlrreg
nlar; primo 9Ka9Jic. Molasses, prime at 48a00c.
New York Ric? market.
From the Daily Bulletin. Mai ch-4: Encouraged
by the tenor of the recent southern advices hold
era of the limited supply ol- don-esilc continue ex?
tremely Arm, though bu>ers are slow at the
prices asked- and - take nothing except for
special use. Sales Of 30 tes Carolina In small lota,
at 8Ka8Kc fur good to prime, and SMc tor choice.
Foiegnsj mpathizes with domestic und shows a
stronger tone generally. Sales 200 hage at 8Kc,
currency, duly paid; and3Ka3>$c, ?o.d, in bond.
From the Journal of Commerce: There ls nour
much business doing. Holders are cuDfldeut,
basing their theories on the recent advances lu
the South but bu) era are still mdirferent, and pur?
chase only lo small lota as present wants render
necessary. We quote Carolina at 8,Va8??c; and
Rangoon, In bond, at 3Ka3Kc, gold, sales 25 tes
Carolina and 200 bags Bang-, on.
From the World: iiomestic in- sn;all supply and
at the late advance ia Armly held, >noHi:h buyers
want nothing except to a Jobbing way as rr quired
??J?5&! uee- S?kB 01 20 Carolina at
SKabKc rpr good to prime, and' 8Kc lor choice.
Foreign also Armer, with sales 0: 2ou baas at 7 ac
cnn ency, duty pHld..aiid3Kc, geld, m-bund
From tue Herald: Rangoon W&B sriiine In a
small way at 7a7?c. carolina was slow of sale
but unahered in VP me: prices wei? taite 8teadv
owing io the small stock. Small sales were made
at from 8c to 8Kc for common to prime. .
New York Sa va* Stores starke?.
From the Journal of Commerce, March 4: spirits
turpentine continues in light demand at 54c with
100 obis ?ol<l lu lots at that puce. Rosins.'-The
market ls ntm for ali gradee, with aconfltriied
free inquiry lor strained, deliverable ta Whinine
ton, and a^utiei aie trade in CnequaiitiesrvSaleii
embrace-come 800O bbis atralneir, ,n V llmrottum
on priva i e terms, understood a?-$2 uauoratraui
ed at $2 60a2 65; No. 2 $2 f.0?3 25; No. 1 $3 50a4 c??
pale $4 SftAi SO; ex ? ra pale $6. Tar is qnlet. We
quote at $245az 50 for Washington ami Wrrmtng
Mew York Hay Market.
From the Oaily Bulletin, March 4 : Receipts are
more libt-ral, aud the slock of shipping grades ls
accumulating, which mck'S the tone rather
weak, and close buyers ure able to obtain light
comesslous from former prjers. The demand
from th- Soui h ls very small, and no lots of anv
size are reported. Ktt"ii is tn better dmand at
2???2???:?J5V?W ls stl11 scarce and wanted at
fl J?.I?! 60-for long rie. ?
WUnatngtom Market. .
WILMINGION, Mai ch 4 -sriRiT3 TcRPKNTrNB.
Small sales at 60o per gallon for Southern paos
ages. Market firm.
HROSIN.-sales of 170 bbls at $2 for strained.
CRUDE Tun PESTIN?.-Sales' of 63 Obis at (3 26
for snit, and S210 for hard.
i AIL-Sales of 550 bbls at $160 per bbl, an ad?
vance or wc.
Norfolk Grain Market.
NORFOLK, March a.-Conn.-There is no spe?
cial activity in-the market-to day, bot all the re?
ceipts have been sokl. Thesales are 3700 bnshe'.s
white at 80c,-2000 bushels slightly mixed at 79J*c,
and 1700 bushels yellow at 79c.
OATS.-We hear of no transactions fur the last
PEAS.-No sales to-day that we hear of. Clay
ate wanted, and may be quoted at ?2 05a2 35, as
to quality and condition. Blackeye are in light
demand, and many of these arriving are very
poor, which makes them hard to seit.
SFLMA, March 4.-COTTON-There were salee
yesterday to the amount of 100 bales; low mid?
dlings viftc; strh-t good ordinary 12#c; good or?
dinary m?al2c; ordinary loralie. The demand
was light, and factors weie unwilling to meet the
Stock on hand September-1, 1370......bales..1,272
Sh&ped this week.1.407
Shipped previously. ..68,872-70,279
Stock on hand Friday, March 3, 1871... 6,612
Kee? ip ts by rtaiixoad. Mareil 6.
SOCTEf CAROLINA RAILROAD.
.1113 bales cotton, 83 t'aies goode. 300 bbls flour,
1669 bushels oats, l car stock. To Railroad Agent,
G W Williams 4 co, G H Walter A co. G W Witte,
Prlngle-4 Son, L D DeSam-sure, Pelzer, Rodgers
4 co, Mowry 4 Son, Graeser 4 Smith. A J Salinas,
Vf c Courtney -A co. W W Smith. Caldwell A Son;
Frost * Adger,' A B Mulligan, Sloan A Seignior?,
Geo A Trenholm A Son, W B Williams-* Sou, G
Foll?n, Sbackelford A Kelly. ?
NORTH EA ST Kit.S RAILROAD-. ?
os bales cotton, 62 bbls naval stores, cars wood,
rough rice, peas, mdse. ACi To Geo W Williams
A co. Frost A Adger, A J Salinas. Mowry A Son.
W K RyaoijjT P Smit .ildweli 4 Son, Pringle 4
Son, M E smith, D Paul A co. Kinsman A Howell, '
J Marshall, Jr, Barden 4 Parktr, WC Bee 4 co.
J Cosgrove, Mr Whilden Sloan A Seignious, G H
Walter 4 co. Reeder A Davis. C Graveley, Abra?
hams 4 Son, F W Emanuel, Railroad Agent and
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from savannah, via
Beaufort, ?c. W Blake. A White, J G Nichols, H
Franz, M Maloney, J Norris, Captain Breaohen,
W A Hussey and 17 on deck.
Full Moon. 6th. 10 hours, 19 minnies, mornlntr.
Last yuan er. 13th. 5 houts. 0 minutes, evening.
New Moon, 20th. 10 horns. 40 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, ?9tu. l hours, 24 minutes, morn ?.
K. * S,
6..49 , 7..56
?.. 0 9..19
10.. 9 10.. 1
ll. .15 10.. 61
morn. ll.. 53
MARINE XE tra.
CHARLESTON. 8. C.MARCH 7, 1*71.
Bf bark Lord Baltimore," Dunford, Baltimore-?
da vs. Ballast. Tb H F Baker 4 co. Experienced
he?vy head gales during ibeentlre passage.
Steamship Fall River, Diuckley, Philadelphia
le:t - Instant! Mdse. To W A Courtenay. E E
Bedford. ? ?ate? ?L co, J Campeen 4 co, J C Coc? '
ran, MeDuff Cohen, Gamer n, Barkley A co, T M
Cater, Wm H Chafee 4 co, T Ll Butterer. Dowie.
Moise 4-Davis. C 1> Franke. J H Graver A co, J M
Greer ic Son. M Greenland, Jco Hurkamp A eo. W
Hello, A Uammerschmi'lt. Holmes' Bool; House.
Jeffords it co. E H Kellers, T J Kerr a co, Kiltie
4 Chapman, J H Kleucke. A D Lt remz, A Meyer,
Manihnll A Burse. VV A Mertens. J G Vi door A co,
Mucqueeu 4 Riecke. Maiitoue 4 co, M H Nathan,
A Niomann. X E KailsoRtl Agent, B O'Neill, (him
dorn" A co. Fl L O'Nt-i 1, C P 1'oppeuhelm.E Pin v,
Paul, Welch 4 Brand*?*. Capt J A llanuay, Mis A
Rosa, Ravenei -fc co. W Steele. A Seeberger, Jut? F
Taylor 4 co, P F Murray, Sierfens,Werner A Duck
tr. Walker, Evans A Cogswell, 4teo w williams *
:o, W H WeltlwFotartle S J M, W J Yates, U Han?
sehr Edith B Evcrman, Corroo. Philadelphia
10 days. Coal and britte. To H F Bsker A co. T 4
Rei r A co, Cstendonr A co. Kinsman 4 Howef, J
A QuackenbUsb. J li Wulirmaun, c D Franke, Geo
W Wiiiums 4 co. Camero?; Bnrklev 4 co. Rail?
road Agent-, Howie. Mdse A Davis, c PPt ppcn
helro, H Kii-choff A co, J H Gi aver A co. s lt Mar?
shal, J M Fredsberp, W S l^iss ll, Jeffords 4 co, H
Cobla 4 co, Wageuer A MoMseea, T S Hund, 'i M
C.t'er, Charleston Ml;ilng A- Manufacturing c?ai)d
stheis. Was detained ?early a mouth In Dela?
ware Break water by Ice, and t-noountered ad verse
winds^lurmg the ea'ire-voy age.
Sehr Gen R E Lee, UTndlck. Cooper Hirer. 2:00
lushela tough rice. To P G Hazell.
Steamer E!!z* Hancox, Burns, Savannah, via
Beaufort, Ax. 37-bigs s?u Wand cotton, mdse,
te. To Ravenei, Holmes" 4 co, D McPherson.
Southern Express company.
.".loop F.Heu, George. Cuoper River. 1400"bushels
rough rice. - To W McBurney.
Rec?4vtd from. Chlsolr?'.- -Md?. 117 tierces rice.
TO Frost 4 AOger and H Bischoff 4 co.
Br ship Kate Troop, Clocker, Liverpool-Geo A
Ti es holm 4 Sos.
Sehr Virginia Bare, Joh uson, Beaufort. N C-J A
Eoslow A 00.
Br ship Moscongus, Grover, Liverpool.
Span bark Eulalia, Arana, Liverpool.
FROM THIS PORT.
- Sehr Florence Rogers, Sheppard, New York,
Scar ?ila Matthews, McEiwee, Philadelphia.
OLEA REI) FOR THIS TORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York.
Sehr J B Marshall, Seavey, at New Orleans;
behr.Harry Lee, Mato, ot Baltimore, March 3.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Charles Wester, f-riffiu, from Beirast, Me,
SAVANNAH, March 6.-Arrived, steamship Her?
man Livingston, Niw York; schuouers Grace
Girdler. Bos on: Lorata Fisk, Portland; Alexan?
der Yoong. Baltlmoicv Cleared, Btewns'.ilp Ylcks
bu-g. Bobbin; ships Alexandria, Bremeu; Uni
verse, Liverpool. v
The ?hr J B Marshhll. which cleared'at New Or
leans for ibis port March- 3. has on board a caigo
bl 14 OUO'bOBhtis corn.
^LIST OF VESSELS "
TP, CLEARED Altn 3A."LED KOR TEIS TORT
?hip Tranqnebar. Harvard, soiled....Jan 21
Ship Cauoviw Lessack, Bailed.:...Feb s
Bark Ann e Kimball. S insi.n, cleared.-tan 20
Bark Florence Chipman, Jones.Jan 25
NKWF0K7. ESQ. '
Tlie G H Bevan, bevau. sailed."'an 9
Thc Oscar, Feters-ou, sailed.Feb 5
The Jean Vivian, Erewtr, suited.Jan
Fr bark Intimes, QefBot, sailed.Octi?
D o??i?SiTJ C .
BOSTON. . - - .- -
Ship Cit? or Boston;-wyman, cleared. .>i~; Feb 19
Sehr S C?y?w,"BarretV-ap-...Feb 13
Sehr j S-Bajirkibs, Wyatt, up..."..."..;jf?b 22
t "A ' itR W VOStt.
Sehr ?B/, Hnihes. cb'tved..".-..'.. r...v..Few 34
Sehr V?rale? MU* o ti, uo. twSi "4
Sehr Waltoff, Dpyd, cleared.??tye-? "s
Sehr E A"5?riet?Huo?>er. up:.. ...i.^vljF?tf 13
Sehr A feTGr?^fcTerry, np.',r..^...t, ^ ab 7
Sehr Jessle^rTtajrifJClfirk, ?JoaTBd... .Feb 21
Schi uaneuhower. Guace"! clea'red?:.Feb 20
Sehr Clara, Mulford, up.Fei<
Brig M E Rowland, Howland, oieaied.Feb 16
Sehr Arctic, Woc-deman. u[.Feb 18
Sehr Ellas-Mo w. Dc G root, cleared.March 2
Sehr Sea Queen. Rosebrook, cleared.Feb 24
'Sehr Kure-ka. Mayo, up.March 2
Sehr Hurry Lee, ?:ayo, cleared.'..March 3
- . _ ROCKTORT. Ma
Sehr Frank A EJUUX. McCobb, ce ?red.Feb 3
. , UELK.vST. ME.
Brig Chas Wesley, Grim?, galled.Feb 17
" . , ", PKOVIDENCE.
sr baric Hipparcus, Calhoim, cleared.Feb 18
Sehr J B M>rshai;,WLavey!'cu-ai'etl.March 3
Jg. S ? K ? C .? I V ? j) ,
Pendleton's Panacea, or Vegetable Pain ta
A fresh supply of Fleming^ Worm Confections
the most reuableaa use.
Also, a fresh supply .-or SEAL OLEOM, the areal
remedy for Rheutoa'ism. ' "^"^ ims ?rea'
-For sale, wholesale and retail, by *
Dr. H. BARR,
may ot) No. 131 Meeting street.
OB N ? ff ? 0 R ? .
ON THURSDAY, MARCH 9XH, AT FOUR
O'CLOCK P. iL
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABL?SUED 3670
STATE-ROOMS ALL ON DECK.
. TheSpItmffld-New fron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell Commander, win Batt
for New York on T?URSDAY, March oth, at 4
o'clock. P. M., from Pier No. 2. Union Wharves.
The Fine New Iron Steam<hlpSOUTH CAROLI?
NA will rollow on THURSDAY 16th March.
Through Bills of Lading given on Colton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the Kew Eng?
land Manufacturing Towns, at the lowest mar?
ket rates. - - -j
Freights on Upland Cotton through to Liver-]
pooLnlne-slxteenthB or a penny. Sea Island one
penny. Upland Cotton to New York half cent,
Sea Mand three quarter cent.
Insurance by Steamers of this Line X per eec k
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
very fine state-room accommoda'lons, apply'to
WAGNER, HUGER & CO.. No.' 26 BrQad-street.-or
t<5 WM. A. COURTENAY, NO. I union wharves,
X Eff YOK?...
OLD LINK N KW YORK AND CHARLES-.
ESTABLISHED 1 84 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
The very fast, and ^pientTld Side-Wheel Steam?
ships of this Line will sall from Adger's South
Wharf as follows (luting the mouth of March: ?
JAMBS AOGER. TUESDAY, Ith, at S P. M.
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, 11th, at 7 P. M.
CHARLESTON, TUES t> AY, 14th, at 1S>? P. M.
MANHATTAN. SATURDAY, 18rh, at iii P. M.
J AMES ADGER, TUESDAY,'Slat, at 0 P. M.
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, 26th,at 7 P. M.
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY, 28th, St ll A. M.
av Through Bills ot Lading given on Cotton-to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest market
Freights on np'.snd cotton through to Liverpool
rt ne-alx teeni ns of a penny; sea island onapenny.
Upland cotton- to New York >i cent, sea island
'*For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
mari-lmo JAMES? ADGER A CO.
rjHBOUGH BILLS LADING TO AND
FROM B ALT TM O KP! PHILADELPHIA^
AND- THE OrrTES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The fine Steamship MARYLAND, ^SSm.
Johnson, Conitcaudi r, will sad tor Bal-j??ygS2?
timor? on TUESDAY, 7th March, at 4 o'clock, r. M.
ff Pmladeipma Ereli? ita lorwaintM u< thai
city by railroad rrom Laltimore wUho.it. adilt
tional Insurance, and Cousiguees are allowed an.
r:e time to sample and sell their Goods .'rom
the Railroad Depot in Phllmleljdiia.
PAUL C. TREN HOLM, Agent,
mar2-5_No. 2 Union Wharves.
pAOLFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMP Y'S
THROCOH LIKE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY JtEDUCED.
Steamers of thc above linc leave Pier _ J"'**,
No. 42, North K.i-tr, foot :?l I . B i ^^frS^
>treer. N*-w York, at .12 o'clock coon, c??u?eTi
rtu*l troth of every nroutli (except when rhe?
laies fallon Suuday.then the Saturday prcccd
Departure PC the 20th connect at Panama wit:
oteante? for south Padttc amt Central Am (.neat.
ports. Those of -ltit touch nt Manzanillo.
Steamship JAPAN leaves San Francisco for Ja?
pan and Clima AprH I, 1**1.
No California steamers touch at Havana, rm
gj direct from New York to Aspinwall.
ouehundred poonda baggage free to tat a "adan
Medicine anti atieuda^ce tree.
For fanage Tickets or other information applv
ttt- the COMPANY'S TICKET OFHlelE, on tue
wharf loot or Canal street, No: th River, New
Vork. F. R. BABY, Agent.
Jp 0 R SAVANNAH.
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, 1*1??"*^.
Captain L. M. Coxetter, will leaveasSS2aS3C
Southern Wharf on TUESDAY EY?NMMTTlareu7,
187L, at 8.30 o'clock, for the above pince.
The splendid Steamer CITY- POINT. Captain D.
B. -Vincent, will leave Southern Wharf fur .tue,
above place on FRIDAY EVENING. March io, 18JLJ
at s.oO o'clock. RAVEN EL & CO., Agents1.
JpOR SAVANNAH VIA BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY. Captain
j. W. Sly, will leave Central Wharf,_
for above pointe every MP'WDAY MORN I ML ai s
o'clock, and for Beenfort and Puclflc L'tindtog
every THURSDAY, leaving here at 8 o'clock A>M.
For Freight or Passage, applv to
J. D. AlkKN, Agent,
fcbl _No. 5 Central Wharf. '
-^TEBKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
. THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. ' < .
1 OR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT, HILTON'
HEAD, SAVANNAH. I)ARLEN AND
The favorite Steamer
captain L. w. BUR Mt,
will receive Freight at Accommoda- "
tien wtaW for above points ewry .E
Tt'Esi>AY, and leave, un every WED.SK.-'DAY Moah
INO. at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the sam
evening, and leaving for Carlen. *c., the follow
mg morning. Returning, will leave*Savannah *or
Charleston every MONDAY MURNIKU, at. 7 ojcloct.
For Freight or passage,- a?prV to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
seplO No. I7T East liar.
OR F L O K 1 ?
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA. JL4.CF.SO>
TILLE,.PILATKA AND ALL P"!NTS ON
THE ST. JttHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain ., . ^l**"1**"^
L. M. ?0XETTEK, Will Ball itVK-^^^iSSmmm'
Southern Wharf for abovc'uoints cv-?> utM.Aj
EvEXjKo.at f.80o'clock, arriving back at Charles
ton even SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
Tlie St earner CITY POINT, Captain D. b. Vincent,
w.il tail from Southern Wharf for above point;
eery FJIIDAY EVENING, at i.30 o'cloca;, arriving
back at Charleston WEdNESDAY AFTKRNOO:;, at ?
RATEN EL 4 CO.. Agent?,
ootio Southern wharf.
jgXCURSION TO PHOSPHATE WOEKS,
WEDNESDAY, 8TH DAY OF APRIL, 1871.
The Sreamer ST. HELENA, C.ip- . rT^Tt*
ta.H David Sinclair, Jr., will Iv.ive ?jgrffijfiaiC
Ma: ket Wharf, foot of Market street, Nt Vw'cluck
lu the MORNING, touching at Chisolm's Landing,
and West Point Mills, going and returning, leav?
ing upper landing at naif-past 3 o'clock, and to
arrive at the city at dusk.
Passage for the round trip, $1 ; children under
12, hall price.
Tully will be in attendance, in his uatial llrst
class alvie, to famish relreshmeuts. '
inar7-l* JOHN H. MURRAY, Agent.
gBJ??POOLNG AND HAIR CUTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
Attended at their residence? promptly and-ai
reasonable rates. |
Send orders to
W. E. MARSHA LT., garber.
Broad street, next door to Telegraph office.
COTTON FOR BOSTON, FALL BITER,
, PROVIDENCE, 4c-"REDUCED RATES.
THREE HUNDRED BALES WANTED.
FOR NEW Y O R K-MERCHANTS' LINE.
The First-class Regular Packet Schooner JLk
N. W. SMITH. Captain W. A. -Tooker, wantsSEat
Cotton to fill un. Apply to .
mar72 * WILLIAM ROACH.4 CO.
jp OR. LI VE RPO O L.
300 TO 500 BALES COTTON WANTED.
The Al American Clipper Bttrk MIDAS,
Bigplns, Master, wants the above to com
pit t? car?o, Apply to
mar7-2 " WJLLIAM ROACH 4 CO., Agents
j The First-class British Bark MINNIE,
? Stewart, Master, haring a portion or her^AI
I cargp enRaged, and being or small capacity, wi
! meet with dispatch Tor the above port.
For Freight engagements apply to
f? ROBT. MORE 4 CO..
ara Central Wharr.
jp OR LIV E R POOL.
k The Al British Ship "KATE TROOP,"
[Crocker, Master, having nost br her cargo
engagea, will meet with quick dispatch.
For Freight enraiements apply to
febl-t-tuthslO ft A. TRENHOLM 4 SON.
jp O R L'lVERPOOL.
The Al Brltl?h Bark B?LTISTE. Nielsen. _?g
M?rtir, having a portion if her car*o en-SEK
gaged and being or small capacity, will meet wini
dispatch lor the above pott. For Freight engage?
ments apply to ROBERT MURE * 00.,
ieb.21 . Central Wharr.
QT birling 'arro inrnisiiing ?OQ?S.
TO.. REDUCE STOCK, \VE OFFER TE F
BALANCE OF OUR
GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $38 Rhd $10, ;o $35
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $35, to $28
BEAVER OVER SACKS, ?20 and $32, to $25
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $25 and
$28, tb $20 .
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $18 and
. $22, to $15
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER S?CKS, $14 and
$J5, to $11
UNION BEAVER OVER SACKS, $10, to $7
UNION BEAVER OVER SACK?, $7, to $5
BEAVER, KINO WILLIAM, $28, to $20
BEATER, KING WILLIAM, ?20, to $15
CHINCHILLA D. & SACKS, $25, to'$20
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, ?15, to $12
CHINCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $12, to $10
CHINCHILLA D. B..SACKS, $10, to $8.
WE HAVE IN STOCK, .
A FULL"LINE OJ GOODS,
SUITABLE r !
FOR MENS-' WEIR.
J. H. LAWTON & CO..
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BTODEHJ.
GAS ^2L*r PORCELAIN
i X \P9\
GL, AS S
GAS FITTING, PLUMBING
AND TINT HOOFING."
I*. X^. GUILLEMIX,
mare No. 140 CHURCH STREET.
JTANIFOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
To Telegraph and Railway Companies, Brokers,
Repoiters and.Exehange Oillces,
TRY COWAN'S PATENT. IMPROVED MANI?
FOLD AND CARBON PAPERS.
Send for price and particulars to
COWAN & CO., Stationers, .
No. 35 Pine street, New York.
P. O. Box 474S. For sale by all S? ationers.
J JJ. 8 T RECEIVED?
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
Bicarbonate of Soda
Cream of Tartar - - .
Fresh Hopa. "
For Bale, wholesale and retan, by
v >7 Dr. H. BASB,
ocio No. 131 Meeting-street.
irufJt ?r o ceri ?5,
BEDFORD'S (LATE COHWTN'S) GROCERY
HEADQUARTERS FOR SELECTED DAIRY BUTTER
-PURE LEAF LARD
PRIME FACTORY AND ENGLISH CHEESES
ENGLISH AND AMERICAN CRACKERS. *tf
' BISCUITS, ?c., 4c.
S. B.-l CLAIM TO KEEP THE--LARG EST STOCK AND MOST EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT 0)
FAMTLT GROCERIES IN THIS CITY. ' ,
E. E. BEDFORD,
" rocc?sson TO
CHOICE- . . -BRANDIES, WINES
' WILLIAM S. CORWIN 4- CO., ..
FAMILY - AND VERY OLD
" ? No;-?73 KING STREET, -^-.i.
FLOOR. ^ . WHISKIES.
OPPOSITE HASEL. J . * ~
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER,
? ? " IN
Fine Teas, Coffees; Sugars Provisions, Spices, &e*
HERMETICALLY SEALED FfWITS. 1
VEGETABLES, MEATS, SOUPS, &c.
AH articles HOW from tbls establishment are of the VERY BEST QUALITY ami WARRANTED.
Goods lelivercd ro ali parts o' the Cl?y, P.allroad Depots, Steamboats, free' of expense.
F.VF.Ri' E. BEDFORD. ?
.3E0..H. GRUUER* ? ?
SEND FOR A
I JAS. S. MARTIN.
I WM. G. MOOD, JR.
ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY,
OF CHARLESTON, & C.
P. J. P0?CHEE, President.
F. J. PELZER, Treasurer.
.W. P. HALL.L. T>. DBSAUSSURE,
. .B. G. PINCKNEY
THE ATLANTIC PHOSPHATES AP.E NOW BEING MANUFACTURED AT THEIR WORKS ON
ASHLEY RIVER, nnder the-dlre?tRm o? an experienced and Practical Chemtst. The Companyih
lend tin* tn t)o a Drat cl iss Fertilizer, and one which can-be recommended to Planters.
TUE COMPANY ?RE ALSO PREPARED TO MANUFACTURE .
ACID PHOSPHATE !
FOG, COMPOSTING "WITH COTTO?f SEED.
Tills prep-rut ion ls highly recommended by Chemltts, as with lt Plan ters are enabled to make
their own Fertilizer**. . . .
Tlie ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE is sold at $55 per ton cash, or ?- on time, with interest at the rate
of one per cent, per month.
. The ACID PHOSPHATE ls fold" at (86 per ton cash, or *-*n time, with interest at the rate ef
one per cent, per month.
PELZER, P?OI7GERS &"CO.', General Agents,. .
fc.'.OWK'S WHARP, CHARLESTON, S. C.
TUE (?HEAT FERTILIZE!: FOR COTTON A5D ALL. CROPS.
THE UNPARALLELED SUC.CES5 OF. THIS
gre-.t FERTILIZER cn ALL CROPS prove?'lt te
be the BEST and CHEAPEST Maonre-nowerjer*
fd in thc mat ker.
. lt has been used ty many or th? mo"st emi?
nent Planters in the .Sexth, and
IN EVER" SINGLE INSTANCE IT HAS GIVEN
. ESTIBE SATISFACTION.
On COTTON ifs-effects have been particularly
marked, lt is no rare thing- for WH AN VS PHOS?
PHATE to increase the yield from ONE HUN?
DRED to TWO HUNDRED PER CENT., or even
Mr. George C. Dixon, an eminent planter af
C..mei on, Ga , says ta a letter to the-Banner or the
Eoqth, November 2G, that In an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates and Guanos, the
WHANN'S. proved Itself the best of all those
tried, paying a NET PROFIT (even at the.pres?
ent low price of Cotton.) of 920* 90 per acre of
Cpttos. A*copy of.Mr.- Dixon's letter, -giving
details.tivill be famished on application.
FOR SALE BI
fUGuM.' HERRING ?CO.,
CHARLESTON, 8. C., AND AUGUSTA, GA.
V* FOR SALE BY
DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY,
AUGUSTA, G A".
AVA RR?NTED FREE FROM ADULTERATION.
DICKSON'S COMPOUND-Cash..'.;. $6?
Time (City acceptance}.'... 7?
DICKSON'S COMPOUND-Cash y^Jv.1,-. 66
Time (CHy acceptance).
Dray agc to Railroad or Boat, Sacks 200 pounds euch.........A.$1 per tor,
We use nu inferior or adulterating material in oar manu actnres. Planters are invited tb visit om
Works. Send for Circulais.
JAMES T. GARDINER, President, Augusta, Ga.
GEO. W. WITTE. Agent, Charleston, S. C.
j:iu26-thsttiJmo3 . . .
TO FACTORS ANO PLANTERS!
The tmdehlgned bess to inform hia'customere and the public that, in addition to lils Works ai
Savannah, he has estauiirbeil extensiveSuperpheaphare Works at the WAPPOO MILLS, opposite thia
city, WHICH ure.now in acive operation, manufacturmg his well k: own fertilizers, the ? *
. . P H O S P H O-P E R U V..I A N
^ ' -AND . . '. " " ;>.*.*'
A M tl ON IA JED SOLUBLE . PACIFIC OF ANOS,
\ - . AND WHERE HE WILL ALSO KEEP ON HAND . ' *
No. ^PERUVI AN GUAN O,
SOUTH CAROLINA PHOSPHATE,
of the highest grade from his Aahepoo Mines, (crude and ground,) analyzing over sixty percent ol
Bone Phosphate of Lime; and
. LAND FEASTER.
.These Works luve been opened under the inspection-or Dr. CU. SHERARD, Jr., Inspector o
Fertilizers for South Carolina and every package will bear his brand certifying to Its inspection,
uniformity or qnnlity qnaraute-.d and prices reduced
Mesare. G. A. TR?NHOLM & SON, General Agents, a ?
Mesy?. GRAESER ft SMITH, Agente, f CHARLESTON, S. CT
?T. R. s AJT; ri Y '
Jeni8 CORNER EAST RAY AND BROAD STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
CHABL?STON, S. C.Ftbruary ll, 1871.
Trains leave Charleston Daily al 12 M. and 6:80
P.M. - '
Arrive at.Charleston 7:30 A. M. (Mondays ex*
cep.ted) and 3:30 P. M. - ur?.
Train does not leave Charles: oh 6:33.P. M., StrK
Train leavingat 12 M. make1? through connec?
tion to New Torfe, via JMcBviond and Acqnla
Creek only, golne through in 42 hourn, WITHOUT
DETENTION Ol? S ti 5 DA VS. ^?
Passengers leaving by 6:30 P. M.' Train have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washing too,
or via Portsmouth and Bait imc re. Those leaving
FRIDAY by this Train lay over on SUNDAY ln Bal?
timore. _Tbose leaving on SATURDAY remain SUN?
DAY In Wilmington, N. C.
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to Cincinnati, Chicago and other point?
West'and Northwest, both Trnins making close
connections at Washington with Western wains
of Baltimore and Ohio Railroad. '
S. S. SOLOMONS,
_ " ~ Engineer and Superintendent.
P. L. CLXAPOB, General Ticket Agent.
TeblM2mbs_ . ?.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RALL
? / . ROAD.
' PASSEN?KR TRAINS un ?mr KOad-rua dtU.7 as
Leave Charleston....'..8.?0A. M.
Arrive at Savannah_'..8.001'. M.
Leave Savannah.11.I6 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston?..fi.20 P. M.
Connects at Savannah with the Atlantic A Gnli
Railroad for Jacksonville, St. Augustine, and all
points in Florida. .
Wita Central ?Railroad Tor Macon. Atlanta, Mo?
bile, New Orl?ans and the West.
with Steamboats for points on the Savannah
River. - . . . *
Auanarlestoa?ith the Northeastern andfionta
Carouna Railroads, and Steamships for all peints
North and West. ' " ' *
Through'Trottets ever this line en sale at Hoards
In Charleston; Sere ven Itouse. Savannah; and all
principal Ticket omces North anil South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and al} points beyond!
Through Bills bf Lading issued to Jacksonville, ?
Palatka, Ac <.
Tariff as low as by any other U?e. * '
. . C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 _ Engineer and Superintendent.
OUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
VlOfcPRESIDESrs OFFICE, 1
CnAULK3tO?, S. C.. Jan* arv 18,1871. J
On.and after SUNDAY, January^, the" Passen?
ger, nama ou ..u* sou... : ..ta Rauroau wiB
ru. os XcUowa: '
TOR ACGt?TA. .
Leave Charialioa?;:.12.50 p. M.
Arrive at Augusta.... 845 P. M.
? yon. COLOMBIA. .
Leave Coal lesron.'..>-'.20 A. M.
Arrive ar?olimrtra ...?. .3.40 f. M.
' rOK^GBARLaSTON. *
Leave Augusta..>.7.40 A. M...
Arrive at ?Tinrtestou. :. ?Jto P, M.
Leave ColnnrbaW.:..:. 12.15 P.M..
A rn 1 v t,.: a. aj.it h : cm. ~...... V .50 p. tl.
L OT .-TA M0I11 LUI ?lt ?B.
LesveChafJe9toti.....,V.. 8.30P. 1L+
Arrive at Augusts.,..%.7.06 A. H.
Leave Augusta. 6.6Q P. M.
Arrive a: Charleston..,..?.5.40 At M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EirREBS.'.
Leave Charlton............... 7.10 P. M..
Arrive at columba._.*.6.00 A. M.
Leav^^cramma;. 7.00T. M.
Arrive at Charleston...-..s.46 A. M.
BU M MBH Vl?X TEA1N.
l.cave Charleston.. 4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville:.T?.00-?. M.'
Leave Summerville.:. 1.00 A. M.
Arrive at Chariest on?. -8.15 A. M.
Leave' Carot! err...:.?.te A. au
Arrive at Klajrrtlle..,.. IJOP.?
Leave King voile...2.80 p. M.
Arrive, at- ijanwien.".. t.6.00 P. JL
Dey and Night Trams make close connection*
at Auadata with -Ge.rg'.a Railroad ana Central
Railroad. . ^
Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
eolnmbia NigJiS-TEaln connects with Greenville
and Columbia Railroad.
Camden Train connects daily willi Day Fassen
janl9 . A.-L. TYLER, Yice-PreaMent.
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOR SALK BY
E. E. REDFORD, King street, -
C. D. AHRENS & CO., King-street,
B. ?BLDMANN"4 CO., King street,
And try Druggists and Grocers everywhere.
** F?tST PEIZE
Paris Exhibition .1867.
Purify the blood and
strengthen th e system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation,: maintain tho.
human Tra me In condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and ali rr.enta! dist
tempers, and relleVo those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to 'd?pression.
They prevent and cure sm-y
ores 'and other Fevers, Fever and
Ague. Chills, diarrhoea, Dysen?
tery, Dyspepsia, Sea- Sickness,
Colic, Cholera, Cholera Morbus,
and every complaint Inci?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere- Ladies will -find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all trace?
of. Debility, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
peculiar to the sex.
^Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
64 & 66 "Waler Street, N.T.
CL?CHTS & WITTE,!
Genefal Agents for the State of So. Carolina,
TTPHA?S ANTIDOTE FOR STRONG
A SURE. CURE F?R DRCNEENNESB.
One Dollar a Bottle. Sent by mali, postage
paid, on receipt of price
The Antidote is the best remedy that can te
administered in Mania a-potu, and .alsororari
nervous affect iona
For sale by Dr. H. BAER, ,
No. ISI Meeting atrett,
oct? Agent for South Carolina.