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NEW TOBE-Per sehr NW Simm-IT balea np.
land cotton, 48 bbls cotton seed oil, 37 ola iron
? axles, 10 bhds bones, 66 bbls sorap iron, \ cass
-sheet lead, 1700 empty carboys. 88-000 feet Hewn
timber, 80,000 feet flooring boards.
Thc Charleston Cotton, IUce andr Naval
OWICS 0HARI?9T0N NEWS, 1
MONDAY EVENING. March 20. VOL \
COTTON.-This articles showed extreme dull
ness, with very light transactions, the limited
business being generally done at easier figures,
hut was of tdo rest rioted a cbaracter to indicate
pricer ; sales about 150 bales, say 21 at li'X, 12 at
lift, 6 at lix, 85 at 12K. 25 at 13,14 at 13K, 22 at
14,1 at Xiii. Quotations are omitted as nomina'.
Rica.-There was a moderate demand.at rather
easier figures; sales about 200 tierces ot clean
Carolina; 25 tierces at 7?, 89 at 7X, 25- at 715-16,
25 at SS', and 30 on private terms. We quote
common to fair clean Carolina at 7X@7X; good
7Ji@8Xc ? m.
. NAVAL STORES.-Sales of 12 bbls. spirits turpen?
tine at 47c V gallon.
PRBIQHT3.?-TO Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands;, via New York, Xd on up?
lands, ld@i ^'d on sea Islands j by sal.
~3?d on uplands, .ya on sea islands. To
Havre nommai, coastwise-to New ?ork,
by steam, Kc on uplands and Kc on SCJ
Islands; $1 25 fl tierce on rjice: by sail, Kc ? rs'0:
cotton; - ? tierce on rice; 4t)c *p barrel on rosin .
$7@3 H M cn lumber : ?raao V M on timber. Ti '
Boston, by sail, Kc ^ ? on upland cotton.
To Providence, by sail fi * il mi boards, sc
V lb on cotton; by steam $1 H bale on New
Tortrates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Kc V lb
on uplands; by sail, Ji ? li '01 boards: $9 on
Umber; $3 it ton on clay, and $8@8 50 on phos?
phates. To Baltimore, by steam, Kc V lo bj
sail, $6 50@7f Mon boards; $S@3 25 ? ton OL
phosphate rock. Vessels are in demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights frc m
Georgetown, S. c., Dareen and Sat ma River, Ca
.nd Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and $10
012 V M are the rates on lamber and boards,
-axCHANGS.-Sterling 60 day bills 20X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. - The hanks purchase
Bight checks at s@S cir. and-sell at K premium.
Marketa ay Telegraph.
v LOK DON, March 20-Noon.-Consols 92. Bonds
Continental iecurltles flattened/by news
Evening.-Consols 92. Bonds 92.
'.. Nsw Yosx,Marcb 20-Evening.-Fi elgh4 _node
rateiv acive. Money bardenu?'*, 8a7. Sterling
dull, 9J?- Gold nyalls. .Governments steady.
Sixty-twos 12K- State EecnrUieB"dnU. Virginias
advanced a trifle. Tennesstes 62V; new same.
Virginias 67J? ;-new 70X. Louisianas 69:. new 63;
LeveesT3X; eights S6S- Alabamas loos; fives
69K- Georgias 87; sevens 89>;. North Carolinas
-46K; new 26. Sonth Carolinas 78; new 63X
Nsw ORLEANS. March ?0.-,S ter ling 21K- Sight
exchange s discount. Gold ll.
LIVERPOOL, March 20-Noon.-Cotton quiet and
steady; uplands 7,Ka7Xd; Orleans 7Xa7Xd; sales
Evening.-Colton steady; uplands 7Xa7Xd;
Orleans 7Ka7Xd; sales 10.000 bales; speculation
and export aooo. . .
-Nsw YOKE, March 20-Noon.-Cotton quiet and
heavy; uplands -16c; Orleaas 15KC; sales 4500
Evening.-Cotton tending down; sales 5000
bales at u%c. >
BOSTON, March 2a-Cotton quiet and steady;
middling 15Kc; net receipts 285; gross 2000 bales;
? Bales 4.00; Block 11,000.
BALTIMORE. March 20.-Cotton quiet and firm;
middlings 14Xc; net receipts 12SO bale*; exports
to Oreat Britain soo, coastwise 50; sales 475; stock
NORFOLK, March 20.-Cotton quiet; low mid?
dling l2Mc; net receipts 1247 bales; exports wast
**" wise T817; Mitt loo; ?tock ?no. -
WILMINGTON, March. LO.-Cotton quiets mid?
dlings usc; net rec-1 pt s So; exports'coastwise
' 471; Bales 66; stock 319?. * -
SAVANNAS, March 20- Cotton quiet and firm;
middlings 14c; net receipts 2966 bales; exports to
Continent iooo, coastwise 9884; sales I8O0; stock
76,860. - .
AUGUSTA, March 20.-Cotton market dall and
weak; sales iso bales; receipts 188; middlings
MOBILE, March 20.-Cotton qolet; middling*
usc; net- receipts 6960 bales: exports to Conti?
nent 816. coastwise 28; tales 10,000; Btook 69,966.
NEW URL KA NS, March 20.-Cotton quiet; mid?
dlings 14Kal4Xc; net receipts 11,238 bales; gross
11,910; exports to Great Britain 3098; to Amster?
dam 11,556: coastwise 66 590; sates 300; atook
GALVESTON, March 20.-Cotton quiet; good ordi?
nary ll J?ai2c; net receipts J245 bales; exports to
Great Britain 2138; sales 700; nook ?5,295.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS..
LIVERPOOL, March 20-Noon.-Beef nos sd.
Cumberland cnt 48s. Short rib middlings 49s 6d.
NEW YORK, March 20-Noon.-Flour very firm.
Wheat a shade firmer. Corn is without decided
change. Pork quiet, ?il 75a21 87. Lard ateadv
l-'K 12KC Tu i pen tine -qoi-t at 52c. Rositi
heavy, $2 50a2 55 for strained.
Evening.-Floor-Southern steady; common to
fair extra $7a7 60; good to choice $7 66a?. Whis?
key dull at 9l>?a92c Wheat'active ami lc high?
er; winter nd and amber Western ?ittai 74.
Corn dull and easier at 86a8Sc. Rice firm at 8Ka
8Xc. Mess pork heavy at $24. 50a2l 75. Beef
quiet. Lard heavy: kettle iee. Tnipentlne 62e.
Rosin heavy at $2 60a2 56. Tallow inactive.
_" NEW ORLEANS, March 20.-Flour dull; super line
$6a$6 25; double $6 75; treble^: 26. "Corn, mixed
and yellow Ylc; white 73. Oats qnlet; St. Louis
SSC. Bran $1 40. Hay scarce; prime $26a$27.
Pork doll; held at $22 25. Bacon del!; held at sa
lixc to I2ai2xc Hams l6ai6Kc Lard m tieiccs
12Kal2Xc; kegs 13Xal4. sugar, prime 9j?aloc.
Molasses prime, not fermenting, 10a62o; planta
tatton reboiled 46a48. Whiskey dull; Western rec
tlfld 85a96o. Codee inactive at n-jl5%c.
LOUISVILLE, March 20.-Flour firm. Corn qnlet
and unchanged. Mess pork $2L Bacon, packed
shoulders, s KC, citarwides us. Lard 12; kegs
ISKaBK- Whiskey dull at 86.
ciNXi.N.s- A rt. March 20.-Flour quiet Corn droop?
ing. Provisions unsettled. Mess pork $?0 75a2l.
Shoulders ssc: clear sides ll. Whiskey 85.
Inter tor Cotton Markets.
ATLANTA, March 18.-Liss firm .than yester?
day, but prices unchanged; middlings 13; low
middlings 12X: good ordinal y lise.
MONTGOMERY, March 18.-Oat cotton market
is quiet, but there is a fair Inquiry at lower rates;
low middling* 12Kc.
SELMA, march 18.-There were Bales yesterday
.to the amount of 50 bates; low middling 13c. Mar?
ket quiet and very little demand.
''- Montgomery Cotton Statement.
MONTGOMERY, March 17.
Stock on hand September l, 1870.,.1,675
Received astweek..-v. 993
Sh Ipped past wc ck. 941
Stock on hand March 17,1871...8,114
Selma Cotton Statement.
SELMA, March 17.
Stock on hand September 1,1870.bales..1,272
Received this week. 842
Shipped this week.-..1,346
Shipped previously. .......*.....71,468
Shipped previously and not reported. 2,040-74,853
Stock on hand, actnal count, March 17,1871. 5,8:0
Rcw York Rice Market.
From the Dall, Bulletin, Match 18: Business is
still void of anuna! on, th-- extreme cost of check?
ing the call for domestic and foreign not b ;ng
? sought alter beyoud tho immediate wanta of the
traae. Holde s. h wever, me Armand fall former
prices In all cases Insisted upon. Sales of 28 rcs
at8K 8Kc for ordinary to p lme Carolina, asd
8Kc tor choice de. and 16O bag-. Rangoon at 7Ka
7KCcurrency, duty pat-, and 3Ka3Kc gold,in
From the Journal or Commerce: ihemarket is
dull. There ls very Bi tlc B'ock here, bot the de?
mand ls lor small lots for current use." We quota
- Carolina at Sa8Kc. aud Rangoon, duly paid, at 7a
7Kc. Sale.? 250 bags Rangoon.
From the W01 ld: Tho stock is small, well un?
der couti ol arni thetrade^artt taking such lot? as
. jennlred from day to day at tue full former
* B gu res, o?t there is no general inquiry. Carolina
8Xa8??c, aud Rangoon 7u7Xc, wuhsales 150 bags
bf the latter.
From the Heiald: The demand for Can lina
was light; ont'prices were hun, owing to the verv
small supply. A Jew small tots were sold wftinu
the i ange of s s a ssc for coja moa to prime. Ran?
goon, was unchanged. : .
New York: Naval Storec Market.
- From the Joni nal of Commerce. March 18: The
-maxitet for .spirits torten ii ie remains quiet ; toe
-inqt.iry.i- ejit.rely from ihe home traue; we quote
-m. rchm:table lots at j:Se; sales are 95 bbia, jn
??ts. at mat price. Rosins.-The busiueaals very !
small at the momen m all grades;.there has been I
.sam? trude in flue quafitie.s at full prices; bales
arntL-HCt? mo bb s pa e at $6 75:160 bbls No. l at
?60; 400 bbl? ww No. 2 at $2-8S. ami 300 bbls No.
?9LcX;.w,'v,qa?te8t,alQ,i,, ai $2 00 2'85; No. ??at
ffiSaB^-M?*^?*?' P*,e *nd
Sew York Hay Market.
From tbe Dally Bulletin, March 18: Receipts to?
day 12,000 bales, mostly by boat. The market ls
rather more steady, with an Increased demand.
Sales are 380 bales for Jacksonville, 100 for Savan?
nah, 80 for R dimond, 75 for Charleston, 40 for
Fernandina, all at $1 15. and 50 bales for Wil?
mington at $1 io. Retail ls steady at $1 20al 40;
choice ls in good demand. Straw is in good de?
mand, and light receipts, much of which ls wet
Receipts by Railroad. March 30.
SOrrH CAROLIN.* RAILROAD.
6W0,bales cotton, 72 bales goodB. 2 cars stock
To Railroad Agent,-Pelzer. Rodgers ft co, Reeder
ft Davis, O H ?alter t co, tv O Courtney* co, G
Witte. W W Smith, W C Dukes 4 co. W P Dowling
ft co. Mordangh ft Mathews, H Cobla ft co, Geo-A
Trenholm ft Son, A B-Malllpan, G w wunama-*
co, cardwell A- Son, Crane. Bovlston 4 co, Frost
4 Adger, W B Williams ft Son, R Mure 4 co. -
202 bales cotton, 20? obis naval stores, cotton
seed, cars lnmber and wood, - buslieu peas and
rice, live stock, mdse, ftc. To Geo W Williams ft
co, E Palmer. W C Courtney ft co, Xachmaun 4 co,
E Bull, J Prince; Wagener ft Monsees, Gaillaro ft
Minuit, S R Marshall, i Marshall,. Jr, Col Ludlow,
F E Taylor.Ingraham ft Son, J Campsen ft co, Geo
W Witre, W'S. Byan, A J Salinas, Pringle .ft Son,
Kinsman/ft Howell. Matilda Baster, E Mickey,
LDMov'7 * Son, Grae6er ft Smith, E Welling,
Mallonee ? Keitt, Railroad Agent and Orden '
Per steamship Georgia, from New" York-Capt
F W Dawson, Henrv w Raymond, S Hopper. E B
Fenton. E Hopper, F E Wilson. 0 B Buuce, Harry
Fenn, Otto Struck, o J Moore, Miss Moore and M
Haley. . " _
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S C
B U Ward, W A Kelly, D L Pringle and lady. J R
Coffin, G Morris, Jr. J G Smith. Mr Bristoe, E D
Hoar, Mrs Doar, Mrs J Loar, P R Lachicotte, D H
Miscallv. Miss Goodwin, Miss E-H ?-ord. Master W
Walker. Mrs Wilson aud servant. Mw fcdmonu
ston and child, MU? Sperry, and 19 deck._
POST C-1X?"-V DA. K.
Fail Moon, 6th. 10 hours, 19 minutes, morning.
Last Qcarter? isth. 5 horns, o minutes, evening.
New Moon, 20th. io hours. 40 minutes, evening.
First ynarter, s9tb. 1 hours. 24 minutes, rrorn'g.
B. ft 9.
M A. KINE VMWB.
CHARLESTON, S. C..MARCH 21, 1871.
Steamship Georgia. Crowell. New York-left
inst. Mdse. To Wagner, anger 4 co, W A Cqnrte
nav, M 4 A Ashton, Mrs M A Armstrong, F Ansel,
T M Briiti/U 4. co, W 8 Bissel!. H Bischoff ft co, W
M Bird * co, E E Bedicrd, Boll m ann Bros. Edwin
Bates 4 co. H F Baker A co. S Browu. M C Bu.x
baum. W Carrington, J CappelL F E Darbee, J D
Aiken ft co, Fraser 4 DUI, Richmond 4 co, P W
Earnest 4 Sen,*: M Moragne 4 co. P A U Peter
mau. Evans-* Martin ll L Ha-t. H.K J. AO S, O
ft S Benjamin, W S Ctsey. Mrs E Coulon, craue.
?ovlston ft co, L Cohen ft co, Cameron, Barkley.*
co.* H Clarke, P Darcy. G. Pi mee, R L DavM ft co.
Miss M Hazlehurst, J H Dawson, J lt Docker, M
Drnke, Dowle. Moise ft Davis. Elias Bfos. 1) Foley,
B Foley, Fvrrengott, Benedict 4 co, D F Fleming 4
co, J S Fairly 4 co. Forsythe, Mccomb ft co, Mis
ii Galloway, H Gerdts ft co, A G Goodwin 4 co, P
L Gulllemln, Goodrich, Wineman ft co, J u Hillen,
N A Hunt, Uart ft co, T M Horsey ft Bro, K ft M,
I Hyman ft co, C Hickey, C H Jotiuson, Johnston,
Crews ft co, J R Johusto-j, K ' H 3ackson. Killick,
Wickeaoerg 4co, H Klaue ft co C Kerrl?oa^J .41
Lawton .4 cn, Leugnick. ?-(-11 * Foster, A Langer,
C L:h>ntbal * co, J Levisohn. J G Milnor ft cb.y F
Mathewes, P F Murray. Mr s?ndese, s it Marshall,
Meoke ft MoUer, McLoy ft nice. Mantone ft co, A
Melcrier.Harshalhft Burge, P L Pareen 4 co, Mrs
A L Macormack. L DMowry 4 Son, Wm Mannres
sen. B K Neal ville, Nachmenn ft co, D O'Neill ft
Sons. E Perry, Osteadurff 4 co, ? P Poppenhelm,
C F Poppenheim, J S ft E Piers m. T Spring, E B
Stoddard ft co, Stettens, Werner ft DncRer. Mrs C
Stackley. D Soltlere, P Sclrtrckman. Stoll, Webb ft
cor WA Skrlne, M Sch wai z, shackelford ft Kelly,
A J Saer, Sampson ft Alexander, JE Scott, Stee'e ft
Wardell, W Steele; M Twtsu J F.Tayior'A-co, A K
Taft, J Thom H neon lc,iv Crferhjtdt. J VVirtiir\V
H Welch. Walker, Evana* Cogswell, O F Wieters,
J P Walsh, J Wulbero, G*W Williams 4 co, .Wake?
ner ft Monsees", S H Wilson ft Bro, \V J Yntes, S C
Railroad col N E Railroad co. ?onthern Express
co. Agent Florida ^earners. Dally News croce, E
H Barnwell, Ctfapeau ft Heffron. Tobias' Sous and
other?. The'Georgia left ?>u the 16th Instant, but
was Heralded In "New Y'ork Buy 24 hours by dense
fcg. On the 18th. io A M. passed sttamshlp South
Caioltna. Steamship Fall Rlvcr'in compauy last
. Steamship Fall River, Hinckley, ThUadelphlit
left iTth Instant. Mdse. To W A Conrtenav. J 1?
Alten ft co. Adams .v co. J H Abrahams. B Bovd,
E Bates* co. E E Bedford. II Bischoff* co, WM
Bird ft po, M C Buxbaum, Cleghorn Hei ring ft co,
L Chap?n ft ca, McU Co.!?eu. cunt rou, Barkley *
co. J C Clauseen,' E R Cotrpertltwalt, J-Campsei. *
co, W ll Chufee 4 co. U Cobla 4 co, E Daly. Elias
Bros, Dowie, Moue ft Dov!*, J M Predabei-g. 1? F
Flemlugftco, Foganle's Book Depository. H?U
Fehreubach, C D Francke, Goodrich, Wlnematr ft
co, Gaslight co. J H Graver ft co, E ,u Grlinke, RC
otrchrrvt, J M Greer 4 Son, J llurfcamp ft co, Cor?
nella Hancock, Holmes' Book House. J R Johnson,
Holmes, Calder ft cu. Jeffords ft cc, Kinsman ft
Bro, T J Kerr ft co, Knobeloch ft ? man, A Langer,
A D Lorentz, O J Luhu, Longnlck. Sell ft Foster,
Macqueen* 4" Rlecke. Malawi .\ McMillan. J no G
MU nor 4 co, W A Mertens, E C Metz, J Marshall,
Jr, Mordecai A co, Mun tune 4 err, M H Nathan, B
K Neufvllle. B O'NeilL Ostendorfl 4 co, FOpde
beck, J C OJemann, CP Poppenhelm, Jno Rossel),
Ravenel 4 co; W Shepherd ft co. W D Steffeus,'P
F W Schnitz, J N Schule, shackelford 4 Kelly, E B
Stoddard 4 co, W steele. R W Turner, A 'Tiefen
thal; P Walsh, Waiker, Evans ft Cogswell, ThOB R
Waring, S H Wilson A Bro.
Steamer General Manigault, Conies. Peedee
Landings. 17 bales cotton. 18,000 shingles, '25
bbis potatoes, 16 bars peas, und sundries. To
Shackelford, 4 Kelly. Mowry 4 Son, G W Witee;
Steamer Emilie, White, Georgetown, S C. 274
tierces rice, 62 bags seed noe, mdse and'sun?
dries. To Shackelford 4 Kelly, A E Gibson, J R
Pringle 4 Son. Mrs G N Wilson, C Graveley, W C
Bee 4 co, Cameron, Barkley 4 co, Mordecai 4 co,
Thurston ft Holmes, and others.
Received from Chlsolm's Mili. 80 tierces rice.
To Frost 4 Adger.
IN THE OFFING. 1
Three schooners unknown.
_ CLEARED VESTE RDA V. -
Sehr N*W Smith, Tooker, New York-W Roach
Brig Chas Wesley, Griffin, BucksviUe, SC-J, A
Enslow 4 co.
Sehr Baltic, Parker, Boston via Georgetown, S C
-J A Enslow 4 co.
Br bark Minnie, stewart, Liverpool.
Sctlr Jessie S Clark, Clark, Jacksonville.
FROM THIS POUT.
Sieamshjp .Charleston, Berry, New York,
Sehr Warren Sawyer, Smith, Boston. March 17.
Sehr C s Groves, Weaver, Daflen, Ga, Marola 14.
?' CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, at New York
Sehr St Elmo, Davis, at New York, March 18.
TJ??, CLEARED AND FAILED. FOR' TUli 'OiJ.
Ship Tranqnebar. Hartvard. sallen.Jan 21
Ship Car.ova. LeSaek, salieU.Feb
Bark-Aume Kimbah", Stlnsuu. cleared.Jan "?
The G H Bevan, Bevan, sailed.:.Jan 9
MLODLKBORO', ENG. '
The .Oscar, Peterson, sailed.Feb. 5
Br bark Maggie, Holman, 6Hlled.'..Feb
Br brig Slr Robt McClure Grinlihs, sid.Feb ?
CARDIFF. .' "
The Jean Vivian, Brewtr, siBcd...'*.....Jan 26
Fr bark Intimes, GeiHor. sailed...Oct 16
Sehr Marcus Hunter, Orr, op.March 3
DOM E'S TIC.
Ship City of Boston, Wyman, cleared.,_Feb 19
Sehr S C Tyler, Barrel t, up.Feb 13
Scnr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, cleared.March ll
Scnr M R Somers, Somera, cleared.March ll
Bark S E Frazer. Knight, cleared.........March j?
Sehr Vraie. Mas?n, cleared.March 8
?Sehr Walton, Boj d. cleared.March 9
Sehr Mvrover, Brown, Cleared.March 13
Sehr St Elmo, Davis, cleared.March 18
SeTirTlorence Rogers. Sheppard, up-March 16
Sehr Cha? E Hillier,-, up....March 16
i'HILADK: I ill.'..
Sehr E A Hooper, Hooner. np.'.Feb 18
Sehr A" E Glover. Tcrrv, np.-eb 7
Sehr Ella M athews, McElwee, cleared.. .March 15
Sehr Clara, Millford, cleared."..Maroc. 9
Scnr Ben '.artslde. --. cleared?.".M ?rch 13
Sehr D V ?Rreaser, Van Gilder, up..March 16
Bark Caroline Lamont, Marriott, cl'd....March 16
Sehr Elia*Moore. DeGroot. cleared.Maren 8
Sehr L Q c Wishart. Mason, up.March 16
. BELFAST, MK.
Brig Chas Wesley, Grittln, sailed.Feb 17
I ?chr Neille Doe, BichanlSou. cleared_March 8
sehr J B Marshall, seavey, ci ared..March 3
Sehr Dan Gifford, steclman, cleared.March .11
. PROVIDENCE. ?
Sehr A J Fabens, Bragg, up.March 3
. . ? NORFOLK, VA.
Sehr Mahaska, Bunker, cleared.March 9
J. ?xxi >-ym.M.j
MT TJiTJRSDAY, MARCH 23D, AT FO?R
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW 1RQN STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1570
STATE-ROOMS ALL OX DECK.
The Splendid New Iron side Wheel S^mahlp
GEORGIA, Crowed, Commander .tl JU
sail for New York on^THURSDAY, March ad, at
4o'clock P. ^^^^h^l^m^k^
The line new Iron Steamship SOUTH CAKO
UNA will follow on THURSDAY, March 30th.
Through Bills of Lading given ??MmU
Idveroool Boston. Providence and the New Eng.
KdTaanniWrlng Towns, at the lowest mar
U Insurance by steamers of this Ltne ? per cent.
For Freight Engagements or Passage, having
verv ?ne state-room accommodations, apply to
WAGNER, HUGER A CO., No. 26 Broad street, or
to WM-A/COURTENAY, No. 1 Unlod Whams.
mar20-4 - .
?p o R NE W__ YORK.
OIiD LINE S EW YORK ANO. CHARLES?
ESTABLISHED- 184 6.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK STATE-ROOMS.
The verv fast and sjilendlrt. Side-Wheel Steam*
shiis orthls Line will sail from Anger's South
Wliarr as follows during the month of March:
MANHATTAN. SATURDAY, 18th, at 4 P. M.
J \MES ADGER.-TUESDAY,*18t, at 6 P.-M.
CHAMPIOK'SAWTKDAY,Mtti, atBP. M. ,
CHARLESTON, TUESDAY, 2Sth, at ll A. M.
43- Through Bills of Lading givea.on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston. Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns at the lowest marke
For?relght or Passage engagements, apply to J
marl-Itno 1- -. MMES AUGER ? Ot). -. 1
JIOR PHIL?D?LPH T A,
WEEKLT STEAM LINE-THURSDAYS-CON?
NECTING WITH FIRST-CLASS STEAM LINES
AT PHILADELPHIA FOR BOSTON AND
The Fast Screw Steamship
FALL R LV E R,
HINCKLEY, ' Commander,
Will be dispatched for Philadelplsa on .*f?Mje.
THURSDAY. 28d Marci), at 5 o'clock p ^ffllffift
M., from Brown's North Wharf.
- srg-Tii rouen Bum Lad m g issued for Cotton,
Rice and Rosin, and to the New England Cities,
Splrlt> Turpentine, as agreed, .ii -1
49~The steamers of inls-line wvr/uite Lumber
to Pniladelphla on accommodating fenns.
For Freight engage m eu ts apply to
.. ' WM. A.-COURTENAY.
snr20>-mtath3 * No. r union Wharf.
fpffl?OUGH BILLS LADING TO AND
FROM BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA,
BOSTON, BRUTO, I iM
AND THE CfTTES OF THE iTDRTrfWESTi :
The ene Steamship MARYLAND,^?B<S??.
Johnson, Commander, will ?ail for Bal-SHABB
tlmore on TUESDAY, vist Marsh. av4 oMock, l\
M., making close connection with/the Liverpool
Steamer NOVA SCOTIAN, topsail onnhe25th.
*#- I'luiadeipnia Freiguts lorwardeu to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed an.
plt- lime to sample and sell, their Goods i rom
i he Railroad Debut In Ptiiia<leUiii.-i.
' PAUL 0. TREN HOLM, Agent, "
marl8-3 No. ?j Union Wharves. .
pACLFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COilP?'li
THROUGH LINK TO
CALIFORNIA, OH TN A AND JAPAN
Steamers of the above line leave rW^iCg?a
No. 42, North River, foot o? Caual^Ufciifc
sircetvNew York, at-19 o'clock poon, of the loth
and &t>th-of'avery -mouth '(except, when the?e
dates fall on Sunday, then the saturday precen
All departures connect?t Panama wit:, learn?
ers tor s ou th Paciilc and ccptral American puits.
Departure of 16th touches at- Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco ttrst of every month, except when lt fails on
bu^dayi then ou UM day preceding. ,
*Nto Cant urnid attardera amen at Ila vana, tut
go difect from-New Turk to AsplnwaJI.
Une hundred pounds baggage free to each adult
Medicine and attendance free.
FoxPai*afe;Tickets orbiter information app??
atCOMPANY'S-TiOK*7f (JPPloB,--On -MW
wharf foot pf Canal -sweat. North River, New.
York. F. R. ItABY, Agent.
.pOS GARDNER'S BLUFF,
AND ALL INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON PEE?
The Steamer GENERAL MANI- p
GAULT, Captain H. S. Cordes, ls.ifrliT? Art?
receiving freight at North Atlantic whan, uud
will leave-as above on THURSDAY MORNING, the
23d instant, j . - ... - - , - .
SHACK. EL FORD. A KELLY, Agents, .
mar24-2 \ - , 6 U NQUBdyce's Wnatff
OR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain
J. W. Sly, will leave every ,THUBS
J>AY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, as above." Keturuiug,
"will leaw Beaufort FRIDAY MORNIMO, at 8 o'ciocu
marai J. D- AIKEN, Agent.
-p?Rl?ORTH ED1STO, BEAUFORT AND
The Steamer PILOT BOY, Captain ^dT^x
J. W. Sly, w?l leave Central WharfaflSHeML
fortheabuve.poim s every MONDAY MUKM.NU. nt ?
o'clock, and, returning, ..will leave Rcaufoitevery
'i'OESDAY, at s o'clock A. M., and Edisto at 3 P. M.
marzi J. D. AIKEN, Aseut.
OR F LO RIDA
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON
VILLE, Pl LATEA AND ALL 1'UlNTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Toe Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
L. M. COXETTEB, will sail lroin
bout he? Wharf lyr above points cv LI . IL:
BVBKlN6,atF.80 o'clock, arriving backV. Charles
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT, Captain D. B. Vincent,
will sail from Southern-Wharf for above pointe
every FRIDAY EVXMING, at?.30 o'clock, arr;v:us
back al Charleston WE(1NKSDAY AFTERNOON, ut ?
. RAVENEL & CO., Agent?,
octio Southern wharf.
YTTEEKL Y' LINE TO SAVANNAH.
TUROUCJH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR. PACIFIC LANDING. BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH, DARIF.N AND
The favorite steamer
Captain L. W. BURNS,
wtll receive Freight at Accommoda- _ . - ^
lion wharf for above points every???SUESK
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEDNESDAY ?loa;
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the narai
evening, and leaving for Darien, .U\, the follow
lng morning. Returning, will leav<- Savannah fo.
Charleston every MONDAY MORKINO, at 7 o'cloca.
For *'relght or pasaa^te, apply to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A CO.,
seplO No. tr; "a-: KaV.
jp O li SAVANNAH.
ELEGANT STATE ROOM ACCOMMODATIONS.
The Splendid Steamer DICTATOR, - ^rTmm'm.
Captain L. M. Coxen er, will leave jgjS ?mmmmm
Southern'Wharton TUESDAY EVENING,.Maren ai,
18?l, at 8.30 o'clock, Tor the above place. .
The Splendid steamer CITY POINT, Captain
D. B.- Vincent,, wifl leave Southern Wharf for the
ibove.plate on KKIJDAY EVENING, Mardi 24. lSTl,
lt 8.80 o'clock. RAVENEL & CO..
maris - Agents.
The Flret class British Bark FLORENCE Jbk
SHIPMAN, Robt. Jones, Master, ls nowSffl?
ready to receive cargo, and having portion of
?ame" engaged, will have dispatch. T
i Fdr Frelgnt engageftents^Jinply *?
mar21 Accommodation Wharf.
jpOR^EW YOEK--MI:RCHANTS' IJNE.
The Regular Packet Schooner LILLY, Jt*
Hnglies, Master, having on brfar? all heavy SBK
freight, wanta Cotton and light Freight to fill up
md leave promptly. WM. ROACH A CO.
FOR N If W ORLEANS.
The Une Brig MARY E. ROWLAND, Row- JL?*\
land, Master, having a large portion of her sttal
Carfto emraged and gorng on board, will be dis
patched forth? aboveport.
For Freight engagements, apply to
maru STREET BROTHERS A CO.
Jibtllittg ano irnrniafjing ?oo?s.
TO REDUCE-"STOCK, WE OFFER THE
BALANCE OF OUR
BEATER OVER SACSSr $35 and $40, to ^5 -
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $35, to $28
BEAVER OVER SACKS, $30 and |32, ter $25
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $25 and
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $18 and
$22, to IJ5 . "
BEAVER AND MELTON OVER SACKS, $U and
$15,to $11 "
ONION BEAVER OY-ERSACKS, $10, to $7
UNION BEATER OVER SACKS, $7, fl>$5
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $28, tb $20
BEAVER, KING WILLIAM, $20, to $15
CBJXCHILLA D. B. SACKS, $23, to $20
CHINCHILLA JD. B. s AtKS, ?15, to $12
CH INCH ILEA 6. B. SACKS, $12, tc >10?
CHINCHILLA D. BVSACKS,"$10, to $3. *
WE HAVE IN STOCK,
A FULL LINE OF GOODS,
FOR M EIS' WEAR.
J. H. LAWTON ft CO.,
ACADEMY OF MUSIC BUILDING,
Drugs, Cljemuals,' &Tc.
ftOS AD ALIS is the best JUoo d
ROSAD ALIS, a sure ouve for
ROSAD ALIS, endorsed by
ROSAD ALIS, a potent remedy
8 S Q I ^or^heiimatisni.
and true. -
ROSAD ALIS, the best Altera
- tive extant.
ROSADALIS endorsed by the
Dr. R.*WILSON CARR.' bNtaltirnore.
-lu?. T. CrPUOII, di Baltimore.
Dr. THUS. J. BOYKTN, ol Ballimore.
Dr. A: JJ0,RGAN.-ofTurboro,1 N. C.
Dr. J. 5. SPARKS, of Nlcuolasvlle, Ky.
Dr. A. F. WHEELER, of Limn. Ohio.
Dr. W. HOLLOWAY, of Philadelphia. .
Dr. J. L. MecARTHA, of South Carolina,
aud many others. See ROSADALIS ALMANAC.
endorsed by Rev. CADNEY RALL, now of Mary
land-Conrereuce, ftirmerly Chaplain ia the Con?
federate Ai ruy o.fNortheru Virginia.
ls Xlteiatlve, Tonic and Diuretic, aud acts at
one and the same time upon Hie BLOOD, LIVER,
KIDNEYS aud all the SECRETORY ORGANS, ex
pelling all impure matter and building up the
system to a healthy, vigorous condition.
IS SOLD iJY ALL DRUGGISTS.
DOWIE. MOISE A DAVIS, ) Wholesale
GOODRICH, WINBMAN & CO.,) Agents in
Dr. H. DAER, . . ? ): Charleston,
marciy f%! .
OLD CAROLINA BITTERS,
FOR 81LK UV
E. E. REDFORD, King street,
C. D. AHRENS <fc CO., King street,
B. FELDMANN A CO., Krng street,
And by Druggists and Crocers everywhere.
pTj?R ?VTA N QUTN ?. ~
For sate a lol of A No. 1 Chincha Island GUANO,
in store and to arrive. LOUIS Mc LAIN.
Jan4_No. 31 Broad -street.
JJERGER. & BUTZ EXCELSIOR
'Ten tong of the above celebrated FERTILIZER
will be spld to close consignment. Extensively
nsed in Georgia with highly satisfactory results,
vas letters In oaf possession will show.
Price 545-.cash-$50 and eeven per cent. Inter?
est payable 1st November.
For sale by REELLER & DAVIS,
. Adger's Wharf, Charleston, S. C.
JT E K T I. tri Z E R S . (
:0o rons No. 1 PFRCVIAN- (Chincha) GUANO,
. warranted pure.
KOO birts. Land' Piaster, ground from tbe best
Nbva sco"?!a"Roc"fc, and warranted pare.
100 tons' Pore Dissolved and GroandJ3one:
iso tous Whitlock's Vegetaior. The Vegetator
has been successfully nsed, and bears a
veryTitglrrepntatibn. It ls second* to no
orhei; Fertilizer, except Peruvian Guano,
oilvred in this market.
100 tons "Ralston's*' Dissolved Bone and Ammo
* nln. *
100 bbls. Eastern Island Fish Guano, at $35 per
ton of.2u0? pounds.
Fpr sale by T. J. KERR A CO.
fells ... _
THE s TONo
FH 0-S P HATE JDO MP ANY
OF T-HIS CITY, "
ARE NOW MANCTACTURING.TfiEIR
" SOLUBLE GUASTO,"
Which will be furnished at $50 cash, or $55 OB 1st
November next with City accep ance, and their
"DISSOLVED PHOSPBATE," fox composting with
Cotton Seed, at $33 cash, or on 1st November
with io par ?en: additional.
" "PURE GROUND "PHOSPHATE" at $15 cash.
Contracts for tire Fertilizers may be made tn ex?
change for Cotton.
ORDERS SENT WILL RECEIVE PROMPT AT?
TENTION.* i . .
J. D. AIKEN, AGENT.
jgOWEN & MERCER'S '
APRIL 18, 1870.*'
. Moisture determined at h? deg. Fahrenheit.. ?.8o
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.,. 6.08
Equal to BonePhosph. Dissolved...13.27
Insoluble Phosphoric Acid.>.. 13.75
Equivalent to Bone l'lios. hate... ..30 02
Total Phosphoric Acid.19.83
Totifl Phrsnhate cf Lime.43.29
Lime, Sulphuric Acid -and. A ?kailue -
Salt?, not separately estimated... m 45.37
The foregoing analvsis authorizes ns to pro?
nounce -Kowen it Mercer's'! Phosphate a well
balanced and reliable manni e. The amount of
Ammonia Which tt contains in aid of that sup?
plied ircm natural sources, furnishes a snincient
stimulus for promoting ikagtowth and maintain?
ing the vigor of the p ant, while its liberal supply
of Soluble Phosphoric -Acid 'In combination with
-Lime, must give a satisfactory.fruitage for the
LU*t year. The Insoluble Phosphate, of the, same
base, by slow chemical changes, subsequently
going on In the soil, wi:l luci ease Its capability for
producing a better crop-forthe succeeding year.
. ' A. MEANS', Inspector.
Savannah, chatham Co., Ga.
For sale by
- PAUL C. TRENHOLM.
Agent for "routh carolina,
PACIFIC GUAJSO COMPANY'S
SOI U'B LS PACIFIC GUANO.
This GUANO is r.o.<* SJ well known inallihe
Southern States fir its remarkable effects as ar
agency for Incieasiug ihe products of labor, as
not to require e.?peciaL-coinmendal ion from us.
Its use for. live years past has e^abllshed lu
character for reliable excellence. The large'?aeo
capital Invested by the Comp my in this trade
affords Hie snrest guarantee of the continued ex
. cellenco of its ijunno. J. N. HOBSON,
seline A^en:, charleston, S- C .
JOUN S. REESE A \'0., General Ageue, Bain
more. deoStt-oao .
.^"ATrSON & CLARK'S
(FOP.?IERLT^ CROSDALE'S) * . *
SUPER PHOS PELATE.
TRADE^ I w.c. I MXRK. .
Thc standard of this Fertiliser Is guaranteed.
!t1s manufactured from the South Carolina Phos?
phate Rock. Fir =a'.v by
ft bSl-tutus Sole Agent lor iou tu Carolin J. '
A NEW DISCOVERY I !
V I TAX: I A y
Salvation for the Hair.
CLEAR AV-WATER !
OP?NTSLTHE LIGHT! ! !
.ForRestoring to Gra^iair its
. PHALON'S "ViTALL^i?Fers ut?
terly from all tjj?^ir cdorfng
It ir lijwtpd, sweet smelling,
preclptates no irriiddy or slimy
maroSr,requires no shaking, im?
part no stain to the skin. Hold
it torrie light and it is clear and
cloudless. It leaves no mark on
the scito ; yet it reproduces in
gray hair>iienaturalcolor that
time* or. sicKtl^^^may have
bleached out of
is for one sole purposejfiat of
reproducing,with absolute cer?
tainty, the natura^dior of the
hair. It is nowmtended as a
scurf or ?mdrurT; nor for cu*
ring baJtflness; noF for stimula?
ting tie growth of the hair.-?
Thesf objects may.be accom?
plish? after the color has been
fixed In th the Vitalia, by Pha
lon's Comical Hair Invigo
THE ViTALT^?ta harmless
and unequaled preparion for?
trie reproduction of lie origi?
nal hue of gray hair,ald noth- .
ing else. This is accomplished
in from twototen?jplications,
according to the?j^th of shade
required. SoJ-iHfyall druggists.
Sold at wholesale by
" - - BOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS, *
Wholesale Drnareists, Meeting corner Basel street,
THE GREAT FERTILIZER
. ?st ils.
. MANUFACTURED. BY
- . rn
FOR SALE By
FOR COTTON AND ALL CROPS.
THE UNPARALLELED SUCCESS OP THIS
great* FERTILIZER on ALL CROP3 proves it to .
be tte BEST and CHEAPEST. Mannie now cffer- "
ed ta the market/ *.' '. ? .''
It has been need bjtjaany of the most emt
nebr Planters In the South, and
IN EVERT SINGLE INS?ANCE?IT HAS GIVEN
ENTIRE SATISFACTION. ?
OnEC?TTON its effects hare been particularly
marked. It ls no Tare thtagfor WHANN'S PH ri?
PHAtE to increase*the yield frOm~ON? iUN
DREB to TWO HUNDRED' PEE CENT., or even
more. ' .
Mr. George C. Dixon an eminent planter of
Ca meron, Ga , sa// in jflette'r to the Banner, or the
South, November S3, that In an experiment with
seven leading Superphosphates .md Guanos, the
WHANN'8 proved Itself the beat "of all those
Wed, paying a NET PROFIT (even at the pres?
ent low price of. Cotton,) of $20 90 per "acre of
Cctt?n. ' A copy of. Mr. Dixons letter, giving
detaUs.'l^m pe fumlshed on application.
FOR SALE BT
CHARLESTON, S. C., AND AUGUSTA, ?Ju
dec2l-wBtuSmes ? ? '?*.". "'
DICKSON FERTILIZER COMPANY.,
.. BM. Mk
WARRANTED FREE PROM ADULTERATION
DICKSON'S COMPOUNCu-Oft??.. .*.i-*dO
Time (City acceptance).
Time (City acceptance)..
JO ' <!>. '?.
DraThge to Railroad or DOat. Sacks 200 pounds each..............-,..... $i per ton
We use no inferior or adulterating material in ear. mandatures. Planters ore invited to wt our
Lw?rks.-Send lor Cirsulars. ? '. "
J Air KS T. OAHDlHEB, President, AngnK?, OS?
GEO. W. WITTE, Agent, Charleston, S. C. ?
Jan2C-thstn2mos _ J__ ' ._.*
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
?~0 ?ACUA? .
. '.' rri'f .': ./i... 7
FERTILIZING AO MAN?Fi???ttlM M?kM
HAVE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLANT, UND?Br .
THE NAME OF
CO T T O IT JtP Q O ID !
WHICH THEY CLAIM" TO BE OF THE HIGHEST GRADE^OF FERTILIZERS SOLD IN TUE SOUTH,
EQUAL" IN ITS RESULTS TO PERUVrAN GUANO, AND OF MORE PERMANENT
BENEFIT TO THE SOIL.; ??
It has' Been used by SEVERAL HUVbttED PL ANT K fl? in NortJi mid South
Carolina and Georgia, for two Seasons,~vrRli tao folMwIng mnlis :
' IT INCREASES THE CROP FROM ISO TO-300 PER C?XT. .
lt resists drought in alteases. ..Tliccrop is not affected by mst
lt matures the crop torc ? to lour weeks in advance, tlmfclTranrtnjr the crop against early frosts, or
Hu the event of a backward soa^on for planting enables the-planterto'pnt in his ctop three or four
weeks la'er. even as lateas the 1st of June, with a certainty of success..
Ii.produces a better quality of Cotton. M . " .,
Louklngat the low prie--m cotton, i lie tntelllgfnt phtnter witt readily comprehend tire necessity
of nslngno'bins*butthe highest jyiidcof Pert Haere, and ot strictly evotdiUg those whose vaine has
been reduced by adulteration ur me use of.'lfceap materials under pretence of meeting tue low price
of conon. ...
If his crop ls only doubled ny th* use of " COTTONWOOD'' it will gtve Kim from one td two hun?
dred per cent, p otu on hts outlay, witt Cotton at 12}i ceuts per ponfid, and it will enable bim to
plant fewer acres with a cutrwpoiidiug reduction of labor and exp.mse with better results.
JSrSGO PEU TOXjI.V SACKS, 1? TO THE TON.
LAWRENCE SANGSTON, President,
. ' . 68 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
J. R. PRINGLE & SON, Agents; Charleston, S. C?
' ''" ' , ' -i' ff i rt ers:_
^ FJLEST PEKE
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify the blood and
.strengthen the system,
eradicating tho effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame in condition
of healthfulness), dispel th?
Blues and ail mental dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure &?tr
ons <tnd 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 traces
of Deb Ni ty, Nervousness,
Inertness, and Disease?
peculiar to th? sex. . '
^ Thousands of Testimo?
nials can be seen at the
M. JACOBSON, Sols Proprietor,
, W & 66 Water Street, N. Y,,
CLACITJS & WITTE,
General Apanta?br the State of So.' Carolina.
jQR. BIKO'S FILE BEA EDY.
, For sale by DH.H. BACK.
July/ . ' . - . ?.
. WHOLESALE AG ?MS FOE THE
OLD G ARO ? i NA BIT T*E li S,
H. BISCHOFF ? CO., -
IL KLATTB & CO..
J. A. QUACriENBUSBT.
WAREN ER & MONSEES,
. MANTOUB it CO.
GAS FITTING, . P1UMB?NG
AND TIN ROOFING.
I*. Ju. OTJIIJXIE MIN,
rnarS-tothsimo So, 140 CHURCH STREET.
Stools, t?l]ffCS, ' #t.
Q.ET. A PAIR OF~
CABLE SCREW WIRE
BOOTS AND SHOES;
" FOB . . j ,
COMFORT, ELASTICITY. DURABILITY AND
THEY EXCEL_ALL OTHERS.
. Of 140,000 palra sold last year by two leading
Boston manufacturera, and warranted against
MOT ONE WAS RETURNED.
Patent Stamp o ri everyone. Sold by all Lead?
ing Dealers. retcs-?no