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LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Oriental-41 bags
Bea Island cotton, 1770 bales upland cotton.
Per Bruis!: bark lia -lida Hilyard-1483 bales up
land cotton, 4S8 bbls rosin, end 155 tons phos?
phate rock.Per bark Devonshire-1161 bales
upland cotton, 50? bbls rosin, 155 tons phosphate
ROTTERDAM-Per British brig Delphine-730
bales upland cotton, 50 bbls rosin.
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carollua-169
bags sea island cotton, 1185 bales upland cotton,
80 carlee. 24 bales domestic. 50 bbls oil, 196 bngs
oil cake, 200 bags cotton seed meal, 25 tc9 clay, 71
piara hides, 198 bbls rosin, 150 pkgs sundries.
PHILADELPHIA-Per a teaman lp Gull Stream
235 bales cotton, 197 bales domestics and roods,
ZS tierces rice. 400 bbls roam, 8 tons metal, a..a
55 pkgs sundries.
Exporta of tue Week ending Dec'ber 14.
LIVERPOOL-Per brig J L Bowen-1068 bal-^s up?
land cotton, soo bbls rosin. l'O tons of phosphate
rock.Per Br bark Grasmere-2547 bales
upland cotton, 200 tons phosphate rock, two half
tierces rice.Per ship Nauitlus-3861 bales up?
land cotton. 175 tons phosphat - rock.
BARC I LONA-Per spanish brig Manuel-seo bales
upland colt. n.
BOSTON-Fer steamship Monticello-200 bnies or |
orland conon, 276 toss phosphate rock, loo tona
sulphur, 1 sewing machine.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Georgia-207 bags
sea island cotton, 1823 bales upland cotton, 86
tierces rice, 36 bales domestic goods. 203 bbls
naval stores. 50 bbls oil. 200 sacks oil cake. 49 bbls
seed rice, 33 packages dried fruit, and 53 packages
sundries.Per steamship Champion-185 bags
s?a island cotton. 1100 bales upland cotton. 93
bales dom sties. 67 tes rice, 600 bags cotton seed
meal, 47 bales waste, OJ pkg3 sundries.Per
steamship Charleston-96 bags sea Island cotton,
1391 bales upland cotton. 150 tis rice, 44 bales
domestics and yams, 200 bags meal, and 62 pack?
ages of sundi les.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-126
bales ( otton, 32 tierces rice, 557 bbls naval stores,
145 bales domestic goods,j?o bundles paper, 82
bales paper stock. 43 tons old Iron, 25 bois flour,
?rd 62 packages sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-269 tierces
rice, 162 biles of cotton loo bois rosin, 85 bales
?rarn and domestics. 20 balea rope. 17,000 feet of
umber, 5 buds sugar, 5 hhds hides, and 24 pkgs
NEW ORLEANS-Per steamship Tappahannock
186 tierces rice, 500 bags peas.
The Charleston .Harket.
FOB THE WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14.
THE CROPS.-The period under review has been
dry and moderately cold, with good conditions
for the performance of agricultural work. Plant?
ers having pretty well gleaned their fields, will
commence now to make arrangements to prose
cure the business of the coming year to the beat
advantage, and we shsli record matters of Inte
rest In this regard as they occur.
. THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the co* ton ports
for the week np to Friday last were 105,839 bales
against 122,126 the week before and 152,321 for
the period last year. At Kew Orleans the receipts
were 85,415 bales and 67,114 the year previous.
The to"al supplies at the cotton porta rrom Sep?
tember 1,1871, up to the latest dates, were 1,070,
027 bales, in contrast with 1,337,380 bales the B?a
non previous, showing a decrease of 267,863 bahs.
The arrival at the principal Southern markets
from -'ptcmber l, 1871, up to the latest tele
graphic intelligence, as compared with the year
before, were as follows:
New Orleans, December 13.301,864 390.883
Mobile, December 18.128,102 148,045
Savannah. December 13 .215,966 329.645
Cbarie-ton, December 18.132,707 173,474
Ga v- eton, December 18. 79,061 80,791
Norfolk, 1'ecemuer 18.125,348 115.994
wilmington. December 13. 23.222 89.683
Other ports, December IS. 63,027 68,866
Total bales.1,070,027 1,837,380
Decrease In receipts to date. 267,368
The following are the receipts at the principal
Southern markets from December 7 to 13,1871,
Inclusive, as reported by telegraph. This In?
cludes all points but overland :
Dec 7.8.211.Deo 8.?,1141
Dec 9..1,670.Dec ll. 7 630iS4,778
Dec 12.13.867.Dec 13. 2,386 J
The receipts lor the week last year were. 61,819
Dec 7 .227?."Dec 8.19*41
Dec 9.2322.Dec ll.8675 ^13,725
Dec 12.2338.Dec 13.1218 J
De-5 7 . 2607.Dec 8.26771
Deo 9..2716.Dec ll.4050 V20 299
Dec 12..-..8918..Dec 13.4331J
Dec 7.1802.Dec 8.184?)
Dec 9.1986.Dec ll.1669 ?11.567
Dec 12 .2369.Dec 13.1906 J
La t year.w.18,4*2
Dec 7. 828.De: 8.12851
IHC 9 . 880.Dec ll.1888 >. 7,201
Dec 12 . 2284.Dec 13.. 69)
Last year. 7,488
Dec 7.1588.Dec 8. 6751
Dec 9.1764.Dec ll.2691 i 9.514
Dec 12.1585.Dec 13.1811J
Dec 7. 92.rec 8. 871
Dec 9.. 136..Dec ll.273 i L178
Dec 12. 289.Dec 13. 297 J
Last year.'.. 2,295
Total this year.98.257
Total last year.146,876
The stock s of tbe article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows :
Stock in Liverpool.v>ales..,445.000 370.750
Afloat from India..100,000 83,000
Aflcat from America.174,000 276,000
Stock In London..160.086 61,466
Afloat for London.143,000 17.000
BtOOk In Havre.137,670 70,800
Afloat for Havre. si,ooo 2 047
Stock In Bremen. 14,609 7,2.r.o
Afloat for Bremen. ?.976 6 soo
Stock In United Mates porta.389,317 422.846
Stock lu Inland towna. 66,329 95,783
Increase of stock io sight. 279,394
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spin?
ners at the mllh. soo.oco
The arrivals at this port for the week Just ter?
mina' ed were 705 bags or sea Islands and Flori?
das and io 862 bales of uplands, In contrast with
666 bags or sea Islands and Floridas and 12,420
bales of uplands the week previous, and 568 bags
of sea Islands and Floridas and 12.857 bales of
uplands for the corresponding period the reason
before. These supplies came as follows : say or
uplands, per South Carolina Railroad. 9275 bales,
per Nottbeastern Railroad 1311, Savannah and
Charleston Railroad -, Peedee 260, Georgetown
1, Florida 15: or sea Islands, Northeastern Rail?
road 159, John's Island 23, Edisto 163, Jame? Is
land 46, Christ Church 19, Beaufort 69, Florida
220, Wadmalaw 2.
THE COTTON MARKET.-The market mr '. his sta?
ple presented an active and firmer character du
Ung this period, but became easier sud fluctuat?
ing, and the foreign rates, which opened at 9Xd
for middling uplands, stiffened to lo@iovd, but
declined to lOd. At New York the rates com?
menced at 19J-?C Improved to CO'.'c, receded to
19?ic, and was at 20Xc; while at this point mid?
dling u; lands were at is-a'@is>,'c. stiffened to 19x
@19>4C, declined to 19c, and hardened to idhi?
19Xc V lb. The movem; nts In the staple at Liv?
erpool and New York for this time were as fol?
lows: On Friday, December 8, the former was
firm, uplands 9Xd, sales 15,000 bales; the latter
was active and firm, uplands 19^c, sales 6772
ba es. On Saturday the former waa quiet and
steady, uplands 9Xd, sa-es 12,000 bales; the latter
was xe higher, uplands l9\'c, sales 2633 bales.
On Monday the former was ac ve and firmer, up?
lands 9.7?'d, sales 20,000 bales: the latter was firm
SA 20c, sales 5752 bales. On Tuesday the former
was strong, uplands Iud, sales 20,000 bales; the
latter was unsettled, railing to l97,'c. 'sales 2)92
bales. On Wednesday the former was strong, up?
lands lOd. sales 20,000 bales; the latter was firmer
at 20}?. sales 2031 balea Yesterday the ronner was
at io? 10 vd and receded to 10 J; the latter was at
SOXc and declined t > 20 v
Thesales and prices prevailing In this market
for the wfek under review was as follows: On
Friday, December 8, the article was In active re
qt est and pru es full: sales 1600 bales; ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at 16X?17X. low
middling I8XQ18X, middling is,S'@'.8X and
Strict nilJdilug is*,c $ tb. On Saturday the j
market showed a well sustained demand, with
an advance ol X? Kc n ra; sales 1200 bales; ordi?
nary to good ordinary being quoted at iex@i S,V,
low middling 18X@18K, middling 18X. strict
middling 18X01SXO 9 lb. On Monday the arti?
cle was buoyant and prices X@>?c 9 rb higher;
.ales 1003 baleo; ordin?r/ to good ordinary being
quoted at 17019K, low middling 18X, middling
iSTi@i9 and strict mlddUng 19019KC ft rb. On
Tnesday thc market advanced K0Xc 9 rb, bat
became quiet: sales '.soo bales: ordinary to good
ordinary being quoted at T7K018X, low mid?
dling 18X01C, middling 18.S?@19\? and strict
middling 19 sc On Wednesday the article was
quiet and an K?Xc ft lb easier; sales eoo bales;
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 17K?
18K. low middling 18\, middling 10, strict mid?
dling 19>?c fl Its. Yesterday the market opened
Armer, and aa ; ivauce of K0J?C ft tb took place,
but the article closed quiet; sales 800 bale', S3 y
3 at ny, 15 at 17K, 5 at 17&, 27 at 18. 6 at 18?, ?9
at Wit 41 at is?i, 2Q at 18K- 254 at 19, 39 at 19Jd
208 at Wi, 19 at 19K. 52 at 19>i. 5 extra at 20c.
Ordinary to good ordlnr.ry.17K018K
Low middling.19 @- ,
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals of this quali?
ty of the staple were to a fair extent.say about 705
bags of Carolinas and Floridas for the week.
There has been a steady Inquiry for medium to
flne Carolinas and Floridas, the rates showing
generally an unchanged character, with transac?
tions amounting to about coo baga of Carolinas
and Floridas, among which were, of Carolinas,
17 at 7Oe, 5 at 73, 59 at 75,16 at 80, 9 at 85, 23 at 90,
13 at 92, l at 93,12 at $1, 32 on private terms. Of
Floridas. 22 at 38c, 4 at 45, 9 at 50, 2 j at ii, 32 at
56, 2 at 58. 27 at 60, 4 at 65,12 at 68,10 at 70, 13 ut
75, 22 at 80c V rb.
Rios.-The supplies of Carolina rough were
moderate, arnon ting to some 15,000 bushels.
There has b :en a fair inquiry for i his grain at firm
figure', the sales being some lOOO tierces of clean
Carolina, among which were 13 tierces at 7Kc,
147 at 7X. 87 at 7K. 7 at 7 9-16. 215 at 7?i, 63 at
711-16.116 at 7X. 20 at 7X, 14 at 8,15 at 8M, 20 at
8#, and loo on private terms. We quote common
to fair at6K07Kc; good 7X@8c f? rb.
NAVAL STORES -These articles come forward
in a moderate way, the arrivals being .-.bout 2000
bbls or all kinds for this time. The business has
been moderate, but the market has shown a Crra
character. The transactions for the week were
about as rollows : On Friday. December 8, there
were no sales reported On Saturday, December
9. sales 200 bbl3 rosin, say43 bbls low Ko 1 at $6,
88 bbls extra No 2 at $5, lie bbls low No 2 at $4 25,
and 50 bbls spirits turpentine on private terms.
On Monday? December Tl, sales of resins 700 bbls,
viz : 16 bbls low No l at $8, 69 b'.ls extra No 2 at
$5. 447 bbls No 3 to extra No 2 at $4 15?$5 fi bbl:
no sales of spirits. On Tuesday, December 12,
there were no sales reporte I. On Wednesday,
December 13, sales of rosins 600 bbl?, say 103 bbls
low paleto extra No 1 at $6 50?$7 59, 500 bbls No
3 to low No 1 at $4 lo@f6: also 30 barrels
spirits turpentine at 61 cents per gallon. On
Thursday, December 14th, the market for
rosins continued very fl m, particularly for the
lower grades, and all 0 ce red found ready buyers.
Some 400 barrels black No 3 and low No 2 sold
at $4, $4 15 and $4 25. Spirits also snowed
more life, and sales were made of ooo barrels at
60c, leaving litte or no stock on the market.
.Crude turpentine was quoted at $5 25 for virgin,
$5 for yellow dip and $3 30 ? r scrape.
HAT.-The receipts were unimportant, and the
business was generally or a retail character. A
small lot or North Carolina, per railroad, sold at
$160 9 hundred.
CORK.-The supplies during this period were
limited, ssy about 1500 bushels. Jobbing Io's of
prime white, from new to old, may be quoted at
$i@i 05 ft bushel, sacks included. A small lot of
Western white a >ld at 95c, sacks Included.
OATS.-In the absence of Important recelpti,
the transactions were mostly tn a retail way.
About 500 bushels sold at 66c per bushel.
PEAS.-Limited lots are coming to hand, which
sell at $1 30? 1 35 * bushel for clay.
FLOCR.-Dealers are well supplied with most
qualities of this article with a fair city and coun?
try trade doing. Northern and Western super
mty be q roted at $6 T5@7 ft bbl, extra at $7 5C@
8 fl bbl, ramlly at $3 7309 fl bbl. Southern de?
scriptions are in moderate stock, and super may
be quoted at $6 7607 ft bbl, extra at $s 60?D fl
bbl, family at $9010 ft bbl.
BACON.-There ls a fair stock or prime In the
market, with a moderate demand prevailing.
Prime emoked shoulders may he quote! at 7X?8c
fl Tb, prime smoked clear rib sides at firstname.lastname@example.org ft
m, prime Baited shoulders at 7c, and prime salted
s des at 8.K0SKC fl ft.
COFFEE.-Prices of this article arc stead ly
maintained, and fair to prime Bio, in Jobbing
lots, may be quoted at 22?24c ft lb.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-T:?e stocks are moderate.
Fair to fully fair Louisiana sugar may be quoted
at 9@iosc ft tb, good to prime grocery sugars I
may be quoted at HX012KC fi lb, lair to good
Cnbas lo.v^n sc. New Orleans molasses, prime
at 57?60c ft gallon. Cuba muscovado molasses
may be quoted at 36038o In hhds. and 40o in bbls;
clayed at 83036o in hhds. and 86087c in bbls.
sugar-house syrup sells at 2i?23c in hhds, and
27c In barrels.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a fair stock or this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 35 cts;
New York State, prime, 25030c; medlnm 23325c;
ordinary grades, stvee:, I5@i8c; choice Western
20025c Lard ls In fair supply, and ls held at
12? 13c ft ft. Cheese-factory choice 15016o.
SALT.-Jobbing parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 eo?l 70 ft sack.
Parcels of loo sacks from store sell at $1 59 fl
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, or the mosi
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
8X060 fl ft. Wallis tie 5@5Sc.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls dull. We quote
fl yard, gunny cloth 16017c; domestic ls quiet,
and double anchor, 46 Inches, may be quoted at
18017c; elephant at ie?l7c, Ludlow 17c, other
brands as in quality.
Ti sc BER AND LCM BER, -The market lor this arti?
cle ls quiet. We quote timber for milling purposes
rrom $6010. Shipping timber $10915. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from olty mills, cut
to size, from $18022 fl M oy the cargo; lumber
per rall, $13016; river lamber, $10012; dressed
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi,
nal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
York ?id on uplands, ld on Bea islands; by sall
7-16d on uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Havre lc on uplands. Coast wise-to New York, by
steam \c on uplands and lc on sea Islands; $2
fl tierce on rice; by sall, - fl rb on cotton;
- fl tierce on rice; 40s fl barrel on rosin;
$70$8 fl M on lamber; $9?io fl M on tim
ber. To Boston, by sail, Kc fl ft en upland
cotton. To Providence, by sail, $8 00 ft M on
boards, Kc fl ft on cotton ; by steam $1 ft bale on
New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam
Kc fl ft on uplands; by sail, $7 fl M on boards:
$9 on timber; $3 fl ton on clay, and $303 soon
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Kc fi ft,
by sail, $6 5007 ft M on boards; $303 25 ft ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darien and Satilla River, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
10012 fl M are rates on lumber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at Kc discount;
time bills nomti.aL They are selling sight checks
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 17K017X for 60 day bills.
GOLD.-nie brokers were yesterday buying at
9 and selling at lus.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON. December li-Noon.-The bank rate
has been reduced s per cent, and ls now 3 per
cent. Consols 92>?.
Evening.-Bullion increased ?244,000. Consols
92K- Bonds BS*.
rRANxFORT, December 14-Noon-Bonds 97?i.
PARIS, December 1+r-Noon.-Rentes S7? 15c.
Evt-nlnsr.-Kentes closed at 57f 20c.
NEW YORK. December 14-Noon. - Freights
steady. BMWKS very heavy, off nearlv 1 per cent,
fromopen'ne. Gold steady at 9K- Governments
dull Money firm at 7. Exchange, long 9; short
Evening.-Freights steady. Money 7. Sterling
Arm at 9a i.S- Gold &sa9S- Governments Inac?
tive. States rather dull.
NEW ORLEAN-, De. ember 14.-sterling 1S&.
Sight Kr i discount. Gold 9
LIVERP OL, December 14-Noon-Cotton opened
firmer; uplands loalo'Kd, Orleans iCKalosd.
La' er -Cotton active, sales 20 OOO nales; spec?
ula'lon and export 7000; shipping at Savannah or
Evening.-Cotton closed"strong; uplands ldd;
NEW YORK, December 14-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
uplands 20X0, Orleans 2lc; sales 2000 bales.
Evening.-Cotton weak; salea 8279 bales; up?
lands 20XC, Orleans 20Xc Sales or rutures to?
day 17 Ouo bales, aa follows: December 19X, 19XI
19 1516,19??.19 7 16,19?; January 20,20X 201-16,
19X. 1915-16, 19X: Febiuary 20X- 20X, 20 9 16,
20 3 18, 20X. 20 5 16, 20, 19X; March 20X- 20 9 16.
20X. 20 3 16; April 20X. 20X, 20X; Maj 20X. 20X,
20X. 20 9 16.
BOSTON", December 14. - Cotton quiet and
str. ng; middlings 20X<*: net receipts 275 bales;
gross 295; sales 700; stock 7000.
NORFOLK. December 14-Cotton firm; low
middlings tSXc; net r< celpts 1139 bales; exports
coa^t * lse 1229: sale* 150; stock 6876.
rm LADE i. ru i A. December 14.- "ot ton firm;
mlddll- gs sox^oxc;
MOBIL", December 14.-Cotton quiet and firm;
middlings l9Xc; net receipts 3S55; exports coast?
wise 78; sales IOOO; stock 43,494 bales.
WILMINGTON, December 14.-Cotton Arm; mid?
dlings 19c; net receipts 310 bales; sales 93; stock
Aro CST A, December 14.-Cotton Irregular; mid?
dlings isxal9c; receipts 550 bales; sales 700.
SAVANNAH, December 14.-Cotton Irregular and
nn-ettled, and huyera and sellers apart with ten?
dency upward but pr?tes lower; middlings l9Xa
19Xc: net receipts 4679 bales; exports to Amster?
dam '.'400, coast wi- e 565; sales 500; stock 74.392.
MEMPHIS, December 14.-Cotton-higher price
a-ked, but no advance established; middlings
19Xc; receipts 2033 bales.
GALVESTON, December 14.-cm ten strong;
gool ordinary 173ial7Xc; net receipts 1535 bales;
exports to Great Britain 785, coastwise 1200; sales
2000; stock 35.215.
NEW ORLEANS. December 14.-Cotton quiet;
middlings l9Xal9Jio: net receipts 9020 bales; gross
10,234; exports to Bremen 2250; to New York 975;
Bales 7500; stock 125,657.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS
LIVERPOOL," December 14. - Evening. - Red
winter wheat Ils ed. Flour 25sa28s. Corn 82s 3d.
NEW YORK, Decemb r 14-Noon.-Fleur dull
and unchanged. Wheat quiet and steady. Corn
dull and he ,w. Pork steady, moss $:3 50al3 62.
Lard quiet at 9x119'ic. Turpentine quiet and
firm at 65Xa66c. Rosin quiet at ?4 85a$4 90 for
Evening.-Flour quiet and unchanged. Whis?
key weak at 97c. Wi.eat ravers buyers; sales
trifling; winter red Western Si 58al to. Corn
more active and unchanged. Rice quiet. Pork
favors buyers. $13 55al3 62. Beer steady. Lard
heavy, kettle 9 X c. Naval stores quiet and firm.
Talluw heavy at 9a9Xc.
BALTIMORE, December 14.-Flour-Western ex
tra fti 75a*50; other grades unchanged. Wheat
und anged. Corn steady; White 65a69; yellow 65.
Ua s52a53. Pork $14 25. Shoulders TX- Lard
OXalO. Whiskey 09.
WILMINGTON, December 14.-Spirits turpentine
Qr:.' at sic. Ko-l::, uo sales reported, crude tur
pentlue steady at $3 60 for hard, $5 25 for yellow
dip. $5 35 for virgin. T, r steady at $2 50.
CINCINCINTI, December 14.-Flour steady. Pork
firm at $14. Lard 9aox. Bacon firm and scarce.
Shoulders 7X- Whiskey 90.
LOUISVILLE, December 14.-Bagzlng dull and
lower at 13Xali. Provisions in lair demand at
NEW ORLEANS, Decemb r 14 - Flour quiet ; su?
perfine $8 75; double $7 37a" 50; low treble $7 61
a7 75. Corn, oats and bran market fair. Pork
dull and held at $15. AU others unchanged.
Kew Tork Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Wednesday, Decem?
ber 13: There does not appear to be anything like
a speculative riding on this market, and the
pr?vaut: g business ls confined almost eotlrely to
the regular dally waats or the trade. The gene?
ral feeling, however, la quite Arm, and sellers In?
different operators. Advices from the South
seem to indicate not only a present small supply,
but light receipts for some time to come, and
this continues to act as a strengthening influence.
Foreign in fair stock and well ma.ntalne 1. we
learn of few export orders at hand. The move?
ment to-day was small, embracing only 60 tes.
Carolina at sx "9c, 150 bass Rang JOH at 6Xa7Xc
and loo bags Patna at 7Xc.
From the Journal of Commerce. Tuesday, De?
cember 12: There ls no new feature to note. We
notice sa* es of 40 tea. Carolina at 8XnSXc 290
bags Rangoon at 6Xa7c, anti iso bags Patna at.
New York Naval Stores Market.
From the Journal of Commerce. Tueaday, De?
cember 12 : The market for spirits turpentine te
very firm at a shade better pnces. The Inquiry
continues brisk, and sales to-day are reported or
500 bbl-, In merchantable order, at 65a65X. and
iso bbls at 66c. closing at 65Xe for merchantable.
Rosins-The market ia moderately active for
strained at Arm prices. Fine grades are held
(Irmly, with a fair demand. Sales are 1000 bbls
strained, delivered, at $4 95, and soo bbls pale at
$7as 25. Strained In yard offering at $4 90. We
quote strained at $4 95a6, No 2 at $5 10a6 50, No I
at $6 75a7, pale $7 50a9, extra pale $9 S0al2. Tar
ls quiet ; 50 b ls Washington sold at $3 50.
New York Coffee Market.
From the Journal of Commerce, Tuesday, De?
cember 12: Ttie market for Brazils is quiet. The
demand for lot3 for the coun'ry ls Improving, but
dealers do not care to purchase much, and Im?
porters refuse to sell unleu they can obtain full
rites. WP do not learn of any business. East
and West India coffees are Arm, but quiet.
WILMINGTON, December 13.-SPIRITS TURPEN?
TINE. -No sales reponed.
ROSIN.-Sales of 158 bbls at $7 60a7 62x ror
CRUDE TURPENTINE.- Sales or 167 bbls at $3 60
ror hard, $5 25 ror yellow dip.
TAR-Sales or 187 bbls at $2 so per bbl.
COTTON.-Sales or 34 bales as follows: 31 at
18X. and 3(Peeler and Monia) at 20c per lb.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, December 13.-Sales or cotton 175
bales; middlings lsxc.
SUMTER. December 12.-The market has ad?
vanced about x c. Sa'es 297 bales at nxai7Xc.
Shipments as follows: New York 145, Baltimore
lvO, Charleston 133, Wilmington 13, Boston 4; to?
tal 416 bales. i
COLUMBUS, December 12- The market was ac?
tive during a portion or the day and middlings
so d on the streets at 18X; they cl wed quiet at
lsxc; ?ales 436 boles; re elpts 383; shipments 364;
MONTGOMERY, December 12.-Cotton ls Arm
to-day; ordinary 17XC, strict good ordinary 18X.
low middlings 18X. mid ulnas 19c. The receipts
In Montgomery Monday 443 bales; shipped 371.
SELMA, December ll_Sales to-day 420 bales;
middlings l8Xal8Xc Market opened at Inside
prices, but under favorable news advanced and
closed very Arm at outside prices.
ta eec ram sii
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Bxports or Naval Stores and Lamber
from tbe Port of Charleston, from
September I to December l t, 1871.
859| 460,000 3,606| 130,000
8,497> 1,298.482 6,9661 1,086.892
H-.327 425.7641 4,493 427.000
2,728! 1.237.1241 1,367 308,491
Maya A M'ket.
St John's, NB.
Rio de Janeiro
4,11-4,651 16.421 j 2,423,021
Charleston Wholesale Priem.
BAGGING. V yara
Ganny Cloth. ie ? 17
New York Double Anchor, 45
inches, 2}iths. 18 ? 17
BALK ROPE, fi lb
Western. 8 ? 12 X
BCTTER-Goshen. 33 ? 35
COTTON, ft It
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 17K3 18X
Low Huddling. 10 @
MiddUng to strict middling... 19X? 19K
Good middling. ?
Sea Island. 65 ? 1 00,
COFFEE, fi tb
Rio. 22* $ 24
Laguayra. 26 ? 28
Java. 30 ?
t K iiTi LI Z? KS -
CaroUna Fertilizer, fi 2000 tts..
Cash.60 oo @
Time (with 7 per ct. interest) 66 oo @
Wando Fertilizer.cash.... 60 00 ?
Time. 55 00 ?
Double Refined Poadrette. 30 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate. 63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, fl 2240 tts...'100 00 ?
Pacific Guano.fi 2000 tts.cash. 65 00 ?
Time.60 oo ?
Phoenix Guano..... 47 60 ?
Baugh's Phos., ft 2000 tts.cash 60 oo ?
Rhodes' Phosphate. ? 2000 tts 65 00 ?
Rhodes' Standard Manure (S65
time). 67 60 ?
urchillo Guano ($40 time). 35 00 ?
Land Plaster. 13 00 ? 16 00
Mapcs'Super Phos, ft 2000 tts. 65 00 ?
WooLston's Phosphate of Lime 66 00 ?
Wooiston's Vegtvor, fl 2000 tts 66 oo ?
Croasitale's Gen. SUD.Phos, net 60 oo ?
Bowers'ComDlete Manure, net 60 00 ? ..
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 00 ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
PataDsco Guano..:.65 60 ?
E. Frank Coe'a ammontatec:
Bone Phosphate. 60 00 <3>
Cue's Pure Dissolved Bore.... 62 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Guano, Nol ($60 time) 64 00 ?
Etlwau Guano, No 2 ($60 time) 63 00 ?
Zeli's Ammoniated Bone P?OS
phate($7o time).60 co ?
Russet Coc's Ammoniated
Bone Superphosphate ($60
time).t6 oo a
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 oo ?
Bowen A Mercer's Superplns
phote_cash. 45 00 ?
Time.60 eo ?
Wilcox, Gibba A Co.'s Manipu?
lated . 6? 00 ?
Stono Soluble Ouauo ($66 time) 60 oo ?
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($36 time). 33 00 ?
Stono Pure Ground Phosphate. 15 00 ?
Atlantic Phosphate Company. 50 00 ?
Acid Phosphates. 30 00 ?
FLOUS, fi bbl -
Super. e 76 ? 7 oo
Northern and Western Extra. 7 60 ? 8 OJ
Baltimore Extra. ?
Southern-Super. 6 76 ? 7 00
Extra. 7 50 ? 8 00
Family. 8 25 ? 9 00
GRAIN, fi bushel
Maryland Oats. 66 ? .,
Western Oats. ?
Corn.?... 96 ? 100
HAT, fl cwt
North River. ?
LUMBER, fl M reei
Clear White Tine, flrat quality. 60 oo ? 66 oo
White Pine, good run.38 oo ? 40 oo
Yellow Pine. 20 00 ? 24 00
Boards, rough. ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, fi gallon
Cuba. 83 ? 87
Muscovado. 88 ? 60
Sugar-house. 60 ? l oo
New Orleans. 60 ?
NAVAL STORES, fl bm
Rosin, pale. 7 60 ? 9 50
Rosin. NO. 1. 6 76 ? 7 60
Rosin. NO. 2. ? 26 ? 6 00
Rosin. No. 3. 4 10 ?
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon.... 60 ?
Crude Turpentine, fi bbl. ?
Hard Turp?n tine. ?
Oakum, fi tt. 16 ?
NAiis-Amerlcan 4@20d., fl keg 5 05 ? 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6 00 ?
Dupont'B. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, f. tt
Bacon, Hams. 9
Sides.;. 09 ? 09s
Shoulders. 07X? 08
Lard, in keg.... 12 ? 18
Cheese. io ? 18
potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. 3 00 ? 8 50
Onions. 4 00 ? 4 60
Eggs. 80 ? 40
Poultry-Ch''"iens, ft doz.... 3 00 ? 4 oo
Fowls, fl doz. IM ? 5 60
RICE, fl tt-OaroUna. 06*? 08
East India. ?
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool, flue. ?
SUGAR, ft tt-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. 0
Muscovado. luK? MM
BKBSWAX-fl tt. 88 ? 40
HIDES, Green-fl tt. ?
Dry. 12 ? 15
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NOTE.-We nave ueaucusu iront New orieani
60,652 bales uplands, from Mobile 2437 bales np
la ds; from Savannah 710 bags sea (Bland and
389 bales upland, and from Charleston 1301 bags
sea island and 482 bales npland cotton; also,
855 bales wrecked cotton from the coast of Flor?
ida-being the receipts at mose ports from Mo
bUe. Florida, Texas and savannah.
Stock of Cotton tn the Interior Towna
at the Latest Datea.
3. CO J
Comparative Exports or Cotton and Ki ec
from the Port of Charleston', from Sep?
tember 1 to December 14, 1871.
S. I.Up'd. I Rice
Other Br. Ports
To fl O. Britain
other Fr. Ports
K. or Europe
W. Indies, ?c.,
Total F. Ports.
Bait. k NrTolk
2757, 655141 3337
....I 38311 872
-1 85531 2-266
- Ill 8289
256* 102956. 9793
18531 774001 3692
30| 60831 412
-1 794 I 2120
Receipts by Railroad, December 14.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1607 biles cotton. 100 bbls flour, 2 cars stock.
To Railroad Agent, W W Smith. Geo vv Williams
co. Geo H Wa ter k co, A J Salina?, Trenholm A
Son. A B Mulligan, Wlss k co. Sloan k Selgnions,
Frcst, Adger A co, W C Bte A co. L D Mowry A
Son. Reeder A Davis, \ s Smith, Pelzer, Rodgers
A co, Murdaugh A Mathews. Street Brcs A co,
T P sra.th. Caldwell A Son, W 0 Courtney A co,
Crasser A Harmon, J R Pringle k Son, Ingraham
k Son, C R Holmes, W B Williams k Son, 'ow?
ling k co, J E Adger k co, Claghorn, Herring ?
co, J Campsea A co.
305 bales upland and 8 bags sea Island citron,
635 bbts na ul stores, cars lumber, wood, rouga
rice, tobneco, mdse, Ac. To G W Williams A co.
T P smith, A J .-allr.a?, Reeder A Davis. Oeo H
W titer A co, A s Smith. J R Pringle k Son, GA
Trenholm A Son, Caldwell A Son, i C Malionee, J
Green Barden A Parker, E Willis, Frost, Adger A
co, W c Bee k co. Ravenel A co. S D Stoney, H
Elatte k co, Pelzer. Rodgers A 00, Witte Bros, J
Wiley k co, Kinsman A Howell, Fraser A DIU, T
L Webb, J A Qnackeobu?h. w Gurney, J D Aiken,
Kllnck, Wlckenberg A co, Smith A Chapeau, Hart
A co, C Lelbenrood, Railroad Agent and Order.
PO KT CALENDAS.
Last Quarter 5tb. l hour, 25 minutes, morang.
New Moon nth, io horns. 42 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 18th. 3 honrs, 21 minuted, evening.
Full Moon, 20tb, 4 hours, 16 minutes, evening.
a. * 8
CHARLESTON. 8. C.DECEMBER 15, D371.
Lat 3d deg 40 min 38 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Ship Albsrt Edward. McKinney, Savannah, -
days. Ballast. To Lesesne A Wells.
bpaolsb brig Joven carmelita, A nye, Clenfce
gos-ie djys. Ballast. To W P Hall.
Steamer Marlon, Adair, Santee River. 476 bales
cotton, 120 bb e naval stores, and mdse. To
Ravenel, Holmes k co. Gallard k Mlnott, W W
Sm th, Pringle k 8 n, I\ Uer, ((odgers A co, O h
Walter k co. Reeder k Davis, Witte Bros, W C Bee
A co, W O Dukes k co, Caldwell k Son, T P Smith,
Frost, Adger k co, S D Stoney, A J Salinas, G W
Williams k co, L E connor k Son. T << Snowden,
Shackeif >rd k Kelly, Howard k Bro, F J Meyer, J
Wiley k co, Stoney k Lowndes, Barden k Parker,
Dowling A co, A S Smitn, J nu Colcock A o, w K
Ryan, Wagener ? Wetkiy, Wagener k Mo sees,
Whilden & Jones, W A Boyle, Kinsman k Howell,
A T Smythe, Mrs Holmes, T 0 Harleston.
Sloop Mary. Mills, from Pon Pon. 050 bushels
rough rice. To W 0 Bee k co.
Sloop Ellen, George, from Cooper River. 1818
bushels rough rice. To G H Ingraham k Son.
Boat from Johna' Island. 4 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To R Roper.
Boat from st Andrew's. 7 bags Bea island cot
ton. To Gaillard k Mlnott.
Boat from Pocotallgo. 2 bags sea Island cor
ton. To W M Lawton k Sons.
Boat from J. na's Island. 10 bags sea island
cotton. To Wm Gurney.
Boat from Christ Church, l bag sea island
cotton. To W Gurney
Boat from Toogoodoo. io bags sea 1 land cot?
ton. To W A Boyle.
Boat from Edlsto. 2 bags sea Island cotton.
To Fraser k Dill.
Boat from Stono. ll bags sea Island cotton.
To Fraser k D.U.
Boat from Belleveu Mill. 6 bags sea Island cot?
ton. To Fraser k DHL
Steamship South Carolin a. Beckett, Nsw York
-Wagner, Huger k co, W A Courtenay.
Steamship Gul f Stream, McCrsry, Philadelphia
-W A Courtenav.
British bark Oriental. Dunham, Liverpool-W B
Smith k co.
Brinah bark Matilda lill j ard, Lovltr, Liverpool
-W B Smith k co.
British bark Devonshire, Havener, Liverpool-B
S Rhett k Son.
Bri lsb brig Delphine, Bonneau, Rotterdam
Street Bros k co.
Steamship South Carolina. Bereit. New York.
Steamship Gulf Stream, McCrery, Philadelphia.
British bark Grasmere. Lester, LlverpooL
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, at Philadelphia,
Deer ra ber n.
Norwegian bark Draupner, IngolJsen, Liver?
pool, De ember 14.
Sehr L S Davis, Mitchell, Wilmington, N 0,12th
Sehr I) V Streaker, Van Gilder, Boston, Decem?
Sehr Marlon, Zephyr, Boaton, December ll, via
CP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Minnie Abbie, Harding, at Boston. 8th
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, at New
York, December 12.
sehr Robert S Graham, Smith, at Philadelphia,
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Croweli, from New York,
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
KEW YORK, December 14.-Arrived, steamhlps
Thnrlngla and Henry Chauncy.
Arrived out, the Java.
SAVANNAH, December 14.-Arrived, steamship
Tonswasda, Philadelphie; ship Moscher, Bristol;
bark Wm Stephenson, Barrow. Cleared, steam?
ship Herman Livingston, New York; barks Tiger
and La Plata, for Liverpool; br g Hiram Abifl, St
John's, P R; sehr W R Beebe, Satllla River.
The sehr Chas Comery, Plnkham, from Charles?
ton for Bo.oton, which touched at New York, was
at Vineyard Haven December 9.
The sehr Marlon, at Boston on the 11th Instant,
from this port, reports being 16 days north of Hat?
teras, wltn a succession of westerly gales, In
which split sails.
The sehr Faruirut. Hart, from Beaufort, S C,
arrived at Boston December ll.
LJ3T OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS TORT.
Br ship Muscongus, Groves, sailed.Nov 22
Br bark colonist, Bassrud, sailed.Nov 26
Br8htp Mandala, Black, np.Oct 24
Br bark Bel'lste, Williams, sailed.Oct ie
'he -oesk?mmeren, Westergaard, sl'd.oct 17
The Windermere. Yeoman, sailed.Oct 17
The Hamlrja, Birkland, sailed.Oct 26
The Preso, Jenkins, sailed.Sept 29
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Oct 17
Ship John Sidney, Bartlett, Balled.Oct 18
The Little Fred, Dear, sailed.Nov 17
Br bark Perseverance. Cook, cleared.> ct 31
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, np..Nov 21
Br bark Celeste, Fa nerton, np.Oct 21
Span b ig Joven Carmelita, Any?, sailed.. .Nov 25
Brig Minnie Abbie, Harding, up.Dec 9
Brig Ida L Ray,-, np.:.Nov 26
Scbr s V w Williams, Simmons,cleared....Pee 9
Sehr J H Hancock, Crowell, up..Nov 80
Sehr Lizzie Maul, Baiter; up.Dec 4
Brig Georgia. Swan, cleared.Dec 6
Sehr Guy R Phelps, Shailer, cleared.Dec 5
Sehr C A Bentley, Falkenberg, up.Dec 4
Sehr Florence Rogers, Shepherd, up.Dec 4
Sehr Robert S Graham. Smith, cleared.Dec 9
Sehr Open Sea, Coombs, cleared.Dec 2
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, cleared.Deo S
Sehr Bowdoln, Randall, up.Dec 9
Sehr Louise Crockett, Flanders, up.Dec 9
List of Shipping
IN THE PORT OF CHARLESTON, DECEMBER 14.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Manhattan, 1837 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New Tork. loading-James Adger A co.
Falcon, 672 tons, Haynle, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-P O Trenholm.
George Green, 999 tons, Wilcox, at Union --.harr,
for New York, loading-Street Bros k to.
City of Halifax, (Br,) 850 tons, Onmminw f*
Union wharf, fur Liverpool, loading-Lcati
Albert Edward,-tons, McKinney, at Boyce k
co'a wharf, from Savannah, just arrived-Le
sesne k Wells.
Albina, 820 tons, Waefela^r, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-J A Rnslow k ce.
Oriental, (Br,) 549 tons, Durham, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Wm B Smith
Orange Grove, (Br,) 375 tons, McLean, at Mar?
shall's wharf, for a Port in Great Britain, load?
ing- R Mure k co.
Vinco, (Br.) 438 rons, Robson, at Accommodation
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Devonshire, 643 tom, Havener, tn the Stream, tor
Llveipool, readv-B s Rhett k Sun.
Brothers, (Br.) 537 tons, Jenkins, at southern
wharf, lor Amsterdam, loadiug-B G Wilkins
Agra, (Rr,) 639 tons. Fisher, at Union wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Matilda Hllyard. (Br.) 5S? tons, Lovltt. In the
Stream, for Liverpool, ready-B S Rhett k
Strlo. (Span.) 327 tons, Laudeta, at Brown k cp's
wharf, for Havre, loading-w P Hall.
T?o y Sobrino, (Spau,) - tons, Renteria, et Brown
k co'd wharr, for Liverpool, loading-W
David McNuit. (Br.) 602 tons, Lockhart, at Cen?
tral wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry
Gesorla, (3pan.) - tons, Sibils, at Atlantic wharf,
for Barcelona, loa-dog-W P Hall.
Acacia, - tons, Robinson, at Adger's wharf,
fr m Boston, discharging-W Roach k co.
Zella, (Br,) - tona, Murphy, in Ashley River, for
a Port in Great Britain, loading-Charleston
Mining A Manufacturing co.
Delphine; (Br,) 242 tons, Bonnesu, at Boyce k co's
-wharf, for Rotterdam, ready-Street Bros
Ysabelllta, (Span.) - tons, Oliver, at Brown k
co's wharf, for Btrce'ona, loading-w p Hall.
Manuel, (Span,) - tone, Paree, In the Stream,
for Barcelona, ready-J A Enslow k co.
Sorpresa, (Span polacre,) - tons, Fontana's, at
Brown k co's wnarf, for Barcelona, loading
W P Hall.
Mercedlta, (Span polacre,) - ton?, Fabregaa, at
Brown k co'a wharf, for Barcelona, wai lng
W P HalL
Joven Carmelita. (Span.) - tons, Anye, at Atlan
t c wharf, from Clenfuegos, Just arrived-W
ranchita, (Span.) - tons, Calzada, at Brown k
co'a wharr, for Barcelona, walting-W f Hall.
J P Allen, 161 tons. Clement, lu Ashley River,
for Boston, loading-Cohen k Wells.
Sophia Hanson, - tona Timm, at Ktiwan Works,
Cooper River, for Norfolk, Va, loadlng-^-Edw
Loretto Fish, 316 tons, Wiley, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
Charles Dennis, - tons, McCormick, at Vander
horst's wharf, from Philadelphia, discharging
-Wm Roach A co.
Irene E Messervey, - tons, Wall, tn Ashley
River, for Providence, loading-Street Bros
Old Chad, - tons, Mcclintock, at Union wharf,
from Mayagues, P R, dlscbarglng-r-PauI,
Welch k Brandes.
Book ano Job Printing.
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PRINTING lil I III,
No. 149 EAST BAY,
IS PHEPAKED TO TURN OUT
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. IN THE
M08T >.i*YiSrACTORY STYLE,
UPON BRIEF NOTICE. AT
THE LOWEST RATE8.
OUR OFFICE, IN ALL ITS DEPART?
MENTS, IS ONE OF
THE MOST COMPLETE O THE SOUTH
IS GIVEN TO
0RDER8 FROM THE COUNTRY
GIVE US A TRIAL!
B NEW YORK.
KEW YORK AST> CHARLESTON
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship MANHAT?
TAN, M. S. WOODH?LL, Commander, will sall from
Adger's Sooth Wharf on SATURDAY, the 16th in?
stant, at 8 o'clock P. M.
tar Insurance by thia line of steamers half per
49? Through Bills of Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
decl8-4 JAMES ADOBE A CO., Agents.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL ABD BREMEN.
The fine Steamship FALCON, Hajnle, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
16th December, at io o'clock A.M. >
tar Philadelphia Freights forwarded ra that
cit? by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and aell their Goods from (be
Railroad Denot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRESHOLM, Agent.
dec!2-5_No. a Union Wharves.
pAClFKJ MAIL STEAMSHIP OOUrTS
THEOCGH LIM TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier "
So. 40. Worth River, foot of Canal;_
street, New York, at ia o'clock noon, of the If th
and 30th of every month (except when theta
latos fallon Suuday, then* the Saturday prece;
All departures connect at Panama with steam
?rs for south Pacific and Centrai American ports.
Departure of isth touches at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touoh a? Havana, but
go direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hun ?'rod poonda baggage free to each adnu,
Medicine and attendance free.
Fer Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, en the
wharf foot of Oana! street, North River, New
Tors. F. R. BABY, Agent.
JpOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their first-class, roll power
Bron Screw steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. H., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
WISCONSIN, Capt, WILLIAMS, Dec. 18, at 7.80 A M
NEVADA Capt. FORSYTH.Dec. SO, at 1 P M
w YOMI NQ.capt. WHIN NS RA Y.Dec. 27, at 2.30 P M
MINNESOTA, capt. j.organ.Jan.8, at
IDAHO, Capt. PBICK.Jan. 10, at
Olbin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 39 Broadway) $80,
for Freight or Cabin Paasage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. es wau street, H. T.
N. R-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the aboye line.
For particulars and rato or Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO., ^
WAGNER. HUGER A CO., fir
mays Or- WM. A. COURTENAY.
OR WRIGHT'S BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
The steamer MARION, Captain W.
F. Adair, ls now receiving Freight,_
at Accommodation Wharr, and wtL leave I
DAT NIGHT, the 16th instant. -
Freight and Wharfage mnst be prepaid.
For engagements apply to
RAVENEL. HOLMES A 00.,
decl6-2_ No. 177 East Bay.
.gXCURSION TRIP TO THE PHOS?
PHATE WORKS, ASHLEY RIVER.
The steamer POCOSIN, Captain W.
H. Gannon, will leave as above, -m
SATDSDAT MORNING, the 16th Instant, atSoHdoox,
from Market Wharr, toot or Market street, return?
ing to city about dusk. *
wm touch at Chlbolm's Landing anorWest
Point Mdi going and returning.
Fare for the trip tl
decl4-8? J. H. MURRAY, Agent
GEORGETOWN, & C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain 0.
0. White, will leave Commercial_
Wharf every SUNDAY and WSDNSSDAT
at 8 o'clock,
Freight received on SATURDAYS and WIDNXS
All Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
SHACEELFORD A KELLY.
nov34-sw Agents, Southern Wharf.
jp 0 R FLORIDA,
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers
CITY POINT.:.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The . DICTATOR win leave Charleston every
TLTKSDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY EVEN LNG, at 8
FOB FERNANDINA, ?k fa
JACKSONVILLE, ^1 f
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville and Pa
latka with steamers for Enterprise; also with
steamers for the Oklawaba River.
Close connection IB made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention or freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, baring flrst-chjts ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat's wharf and i sst Bay.
Throngh Buts of Lading given to New Orleans,
TCTJEEKLT. LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. 0.
Captain W. T. MCNBXTT,
Will leave Accommodation Wharr m . ?H*****^
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8o'clock, ?HBSHHC
for Savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head ana Span
lsh wells. Returning wUl leave Savannah every
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Ohisolm'a
Landings every THBSSDAT MORNLNO at 8 o'clock.
Returning wm leave Beaulort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned tocare of Agents wm be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
novl No. 177 East Bay.
J! OR FORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed .^A"-**
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf SK
EVERY DAT, at 10 o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNO.
nevis On Board.