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LiviRPOOL-Per British bark David McNutt
1713 bales upland cotton, 39 bags sea Uland cot?
ton. 175 tons pho8phate rock and 1146 staves.
NEW YORK-Per steamship south carollua-39
bags sea island cotton, 1994 bales upland cottou,
6 tes rice. 107 bbls naval stores, 3S0 bags oil cake,
NEW ORLEANS-Per sehr Riverdale-154 tierces
rice. 1500 bushels peas.
BALTIMORE -Per sehr Matoaka-250 ton3 phos?
Exports of til? Week ending Dec'ber 28.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Agra-2005 bales up?
land cotton, 13 bags sea island cotton, 250 tons
phosphate rock, 1200 staves.
GLorcESTHR, Eso-Per Br bark Zella-400 tons
phosphate t ock.
CARDENAS-Per sehr Old Chad-25,045 feet pine
NETT YCRK-Per steamship Georgia-276 vags
sea island cotton, 1924 bales upland cotton, 78 tra
rice, 64 bales domestics and yarns, 372 sacks rice.
06 bbls naval stores, and 69 packages of sundries.
Total, 2S79 pkgs.Per steamship Champion-148
bags sea lslaud cotton, 1719 bales upland cotton.
88 bales of domestics. 50 tierces rice, 140 pack?
ages oil ca1; e. rice meal and sundries.Ber
v*>' mahlp Charleston-1743 bales upland cotton,
jalea domestic goods, 74 bbls rosin, and 63
BALTIMORE-Per steamship sea Gull-103 tierces
rice, 262 bales of cotton. 15 bales domestics, 20
casks clay, 22,000 feet of lumber, 5 hhds hides,
1420 sacks ground phosphate, and 81 pkgs sun?
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia-211
bales cotton, 167 tierces rice, 527 bbls naval stores,
174 bales domestic goods, 54 bundles paper, 77
casks clay, 25 bales rag*, 20 tons old iron, and 87
Til? Charleston Market.
TOR THE WEEK ENDINO THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28.
THE CROPS.-This period has been moderate,
with rme rain. Becoming clear and cold, and
being Christmas week, work was generally sus?
pended, with the coming In of the new year,
business engagements for the nest crop will be
entered Into, and early developments In connec?
tion with this important matter may be expected.
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals af the cotton ports
for the week np to Friday last were large, say
130,013 bales, lu contrast with 120,913 the v.eek
before, and 130,210 for the period laat year. At
Kew Orleans, the receipts were 38,019 bales,
against 41,996 the week or the year previous. The
total Buppilesat the cotton ports from September
1,1371, up to the latest mall dates were 1,327,513
bales, against 1,582,396 bales the season previous,
Bhowing a decrease or 254,873 baiea. The arrivals
at the principal Southern markets fr .m Septem?
ber 1, 1S71, up to the latest telegraphic Intelli?
gence, as compared with the year bet?re, were
aa rollows :
Kew Orleans. December 27 .389,549
Mobile, December 27.1*3,734
Savannah. December 27 .263,390
Charleston, December 27.161,363
6aivstor>, December 27. 08,06?
Morroik, December 27.142,637
Wilmington. December 27. 32,221
Other ports, December 27. 76,552
Total bales.1,327,518 1,582.396
Total decrease to date. 251,373
The arrivals or cotton at the chief Southern
oentres from December 21 to 27, 1S71, Inclusive,
as reported by telegraph we e as follows. This
Includes all pointa but overland :
Dec 21.5.402.Dec 22. 2.0521
Dec 25. 10.050.Deo 23.....17.843 S39.763
Dec 27.4.416..Dec -.-J
The receipts for the week last year were. 43,803
Dec 21.2378.Dec 22.20521
Dec 23 . 3540.Dec 26 . 6206 >/16,lS6
Dec 27 .2001. Dec -.-J
Dec 21.-.Dec 22 . 6337)
Dec 23. 3545.Dec 26.4240 H6.725
Dec 27.3553.Dec -.-J
Dec 21.1437.Dec 22 . 22761
Dec 23..2637.Dec 26.5140 ^13,446
Dec 27.".1958.IMC -.-J
La t year.10,360
Dec 21.1,875.Dec 22.10141
Dec 23.1000.Dec 26.1690 }- 8,998
Dec 27.8A9u.Dec -.-j
Dec 21.1312.Dec 22 . 7691
Dec 23. 821.Dec 26.1501 ). 6.125
Dec 27.1722.Dec -.-j
Last year. 7,316
Dec 21. 587.Dec 22 . 5391
Dec 23.-.Dec 26.2710)- 4,410
Dec 27. 574.Dec -.-J
Last year. 1,620
The stocks of the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
Stock in Liverpool..bales...43S.ooo 37-1.000
Stock In London . .144.544 59 300
Stock m Glasgow. 250 ooo
Stock In Havre.118.400 64,4 0
Stock m Marseilles. 16.538 r.soo
Stock la Bremen. 13,914 3,890
Stock rest of Continent. 78,000 20,000
Afloat ror Great Britain (Amer?
ican,). 133,000 315,000
Afloat for France (American
and Brazil). 68,211
Afloat tor Bremen (American).... 11,145 22,548
Total Indian cotton afloat ror
StCKjfc in United sutes ports.457,111 486.635
Stock m the Interior towns. 89,360 109,543
Increase of stock In sight. 280,267
The receipts at this port for the week just ter?
minated were 474 bags of sea Islands and Floridas,
and 12,974 bales of uplands, in contrast with 620
bags sea islands and Floridas, and 14,250 bales of
up' an ? H the r revio us week, and 372 bags of sea
Islands ?nd Florida?, and 9983 bales of uplands
for the time last year. These supplies have come
as follows, say of uplands, per South Carolina
Railroad, 11,376 bales; Northeastern Ralroad
1016; Savannah and Charleston Railroad, 55
wagons, 194; Georgetown, 3; reedee, 300; Flor
Ida, 30. Ol sea islands, Northeastern Railroad,
107; wagons, 4; Edisto, 68; James Island, 13
John's Island, 9; Christ Church, 2; Beaufort, 27
Savannah, 55; Florida, lil; Toogoodoo, 3; Savan
nah and Charleston Railroad, 75.
THE COTTON MARKET.-This article has gene
rally presented quiet and somewhat easier fea
tures during this period, business being inter
rupted by the holidays, the foreign market being
at 9j.i5.iod ror middling uplands, New York at
20>?c receding to 20}i@20c, and at this point thia
grade wai at l9c 9 ft. tecomlng easier at the
close. The movements tu the article at Liverpool
and New York for this period were as rollows
On Friday, December 22, the former was strong,
uplands 9%t?>l0d, sales 12,000 bales; the latter was
dull at 20>4C sales 2995. On Saturday the former
was steady, uplands 9%@l0d, sates 10,000; the
latter was dull at 20Xc, sales 1040. On Monday
being Christmas day there was no business at
either place. On Tuesday, December 26, at the
former there was a holiday; the latter was dull
and easier at 20c, sales 429. On Wednesday the
former was quiet, uplands 9"?@10d, siles 10,000;
the latter was dull and drooping at 20xc, sales
2422. Yesterday the ronner was quiet, uplands
?^@tcd, sales lo.o.o; the latter was dull at 20c.
The transactions and prices In this marke: dur
lng the week just closed were as rollows: On Fri
day, December 22, there was a welt sustained in
qulry at steady rates ror low grades, and rather
firmer prices ror the better qualities; Bales 1700
bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at
17>i@l5^c, low middling 13??@is;i, middling
9c, strict middling 19>i@19>4'c ? ft. On Satur?
day the transactions were In a moderate way,
with a quiet market atunchangel rates; sales 600
bales; ordinary to good ordinary be ng quoted at
TTJ?@18>?c. low middling 18>?@18J?c middling
19c, strict middling 19J?@19,'.?C V* ft. Monday
being Christmas day there was no business done.
On Tuesday the demand was light; sales 226
bales; quotations as berore. O s Wednesday the
Inquiry was mo l^raie, with rasher less strength
In prices; sales 750 bales; ordinary to good o di
nary being quotel at 17>i@l8J?c, low middling
18X?, mlddUng 19c, strict middling 19^c ? ft.
Yesterday there was a limited demand, the mar?
ket showing Irregular and somewhat easier
figures; sates about soo bale?, say 8 at 17, 46 at
ISM. 25 at IS','. 38 at MM, 39 at IS.V 75 at is*,-,
100 at 187?, 430at 19, 20 at 191;. we quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.I7>i@i8?,'
Low middling.18?;@18!? | 1
Strict middling.19 @19>i
SKA ISLAND Corros.-The receipts of this quali?
ty was to a fair extent, say about 474 bags of Car?
olinas ana Floridas. The market presented a
quiet and unchanged character, the transactions
being quite limited and amounting to less than
loo bags or all kinds, among which were ol Caro?
linas 7 at 53; of Floridas, 20 at 65c.
RICK.-The supplies or Caro ina rough were
abont 15,000 bushe s. The business has been
modera*e, with sales or 40O tierces of clean Caro?
lina at steady rates, among which were 49 at
7 5 16,60 tierces at TJfi 64 at ta, se at 7 9-16,77 at
iy" 45 at 7\', 2 at 7Ji, ll at 8e ?? rb. We quote
common to ralr clean Carolina at 6X@"X> good
7X@?c ft rb.
KA VAL STORES.-The receipts or these articles
were abont 2000 barrels of all kinds during the
week. The market was generally quiet with Um'
lted transactions, the following sales taking place:
On Friday, December 22, there were no sales re?
ported; on Saturday, December 23, there was no
business of note; on Monday, December 25, there
was a holiday ; on Tuesday, December 26, sales of
400 bbl8 rosin at $4 25 ft bbl ror No 2 to $7 75 fl
bbl ror extra No 1, also 56 bbls spirits or turpen?
tine on prlva'e terms; on Wednesday, December
27, there were no sales reported; on Thuraday,
December 28, the following sales transpired, say
81 bbls low No 1 rosin at $6, 361 bbls No 2 at $4 60
@4 60, 71 Obis low No 2 at $4 40, 196 bb IJ No 3 at
$4 25, also 250 casks spirits turpentine at 64c.
Crade turpentine may be quoted at $3 25 ror hard,
and $4 50 for virginia and yellow dip.
HAY.-Thet e were only limited receipts or this
article, say 85 bales, from Pniladelpbia, and the
transactions were at $1 so ft hundred from the
wharr Tor North River descriptions.
CORN.-There have been received about 8000
bushels ot this article, and the market was quiet,
the sales being la a jobbing way at about 9Se@$l
"i* bushel, sacks included, ror prime white. Two
car loads per rall, Western white, sold at 8S@9lc
fl bushel, F ac Ks Included.
OATS -The business In this grain was restricted
to a sale or about 700 bushels at etc $ bushel.
PEAS.-Small lots or this article are coming
forward, aud clay qua ities may be quoted at $1
50@1 60 fi bushel.
FLOC-R.-There ls a fair stock or most qualities
or this article on the market, with a moderate
local and country demand. Northern and West?
ern super may be quoted at $6 75@7 ft bbl, extra
at $7 50@81* bbl, ramily at $8 25@9 fi bbl. South?
ern descriptions are in moderate supi ly and super
may be quoted at $6 75?7 ? bbl, extra at f 7 50@S
lt bbl, ramily at $8 25@9 fl bbl, and extra family
at $9@10 f* bbl.
1; ICON'.-The demand ror meat ls jlmlted, the
market showing a fairly assorted supply. Prime
smoked shoulders may be quoted at 7)j@7%c fl
rb, prime smoked clear rib sides at -"X@9c ft rb.
Prime salted shoulders dull at 6X@6X fl ft, and
prime salted sides at 7\@5c fi ft. These prices
are tor jobbing parcels; Urge lots would have to
be sold at concessions.
COFFEE.-The mar.et for this product exhibits
steady firmness and prices are strong. Fair to
prime Rio may be quoted at 22@24c t? ft.
SCGAR AND MOLASSES^-The stocks are moderate.
Fair to rally fair Louisiana sugar may be quoted
at &@tos'c fi ft. good to prime grocery sugars
may be quoted at HX@12Xc f? ft, ralr to good
Cabas lo.s?@il;? New Orleans molasses, prime
at 57@60c fi gallon. Cuba muscovado molasses
may be quoted at 36@35c In hhds. and 40c in bbls;
clayed at 33<5>35o In hhds. and 35@37c In bbls.
Sugar-house syrup sells at 2i@23c In hhds, and
27c In barrels. A cargo or Demerara sugar and
mol .sses ls jost to hand, and will soon be placed
on the market.
BUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a ralr stock or this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 35 cts;
New Tork State, prime, 25@30c; medium 20@25c;
ordinary grades, swee:, 15@l8c; choice Western
20@25c. Lard ls In ralr supply, and ls held at
12@13c fl ft. Cheese-factory choice 15@l6c.
SALT.-Jobbing parcels or Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 60@1 70 fi sack.
Parcels 0: loo sacks from store sell at $1 50 ft
IRON BANDS AND TIES ror cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
&X@6c V> ft. Wallis tie 5@5Xc.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls dull. We quote
fi yard, gunny cloth 16@l7c; domestic ls quiet,
and double anchor, 45 inches, may be quoted at
is@l7c; elephant atie@l7c, Ludlow 16xc, other
brands as la quality.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market ror this arti?
cle ls quiet. We quote timber ror milling pu.posee
from 16010. Shipping timber $10@15. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mlUs, cut
to size, from $18@22 ft M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $13@15; river lumber, $10@12; dressed
FREIGUTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi
aal on uplands, nominal on s?a isl iuds; via New
fork j?d on uplands, ld on sea Islands; by sall
M6d on uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Havre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York,by
iteam Xe on uplands and leen sea Islands; |2
fl tierce on rice; by sail, - ft ft on cotton;
- fi tierce on rice; 40c fi barrel on rosin;
|7@$8 fi M on lumber; $ii@10 fl M on. tim
>er. To Boston, by sail, xe fi ft on upland
?ott on. To Providence, by 9 a il, $S 00 fl M on
wards, xe fl ft on cotton ; by steam $1 fl bale on
.few York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam,
Kc fl ft on uplands; by sall, $7 fl M on boards;
(9 on timber; S3 fl ton on clay, and $s@3 50 on
ihosphates. To Baltimore by steam, xe fl ft,
>y sall, $9 60@7 fl M on boards; $3@3 25 fl ton
in phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
mr merchants to take lamber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Danen and SatUIa River, Ga.,
md Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
0@12 ft M are rates on lamber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas
ng sight checks on New York at xe discount;
une bills nominal. They are soiling sight checks
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester
lay was nominal at 16X@l7X for 60 day btus.
OOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
3 and selling at 9.
Marketa by Telcgraplt.
LONDON, December 28-Noon.-Consols 92Ji.
Evening.-Bullion decreased ?20,000 during the
PARIS, December 23-Noon_Ren*es 55r 45c.
FRANKFORT, December 28.-Bonds 96s,'.
NEW YORK, December 28-Noon_Freights dall.
Stocks stron; and active. Gold strong at 8^a8^
Governments dull and steady, state bonds very
Brm. Money ttfrht at 7 1-I6a7x per day. Ex
chang;. long. 9>?, short 9X.
Sj Evening.-Freights heavy. Money, general
rates 1-16 commission, but balances loaned at
the close 7c currency. Sterling 9. Gold 8s;asx.
Qovernraent8 advanced, BX". States very firm
Tenne-sees 61; new the same. Virginias 50; 1 ew
S5X- Louisianas CO; new so. Levees 6'.; eights
1*2. Alabamas ?3; nves63. Georgias ?; sevens
rs. North Carolinas 31X; new 12. South Caroli?
na? 43; new 24.
NKW ORLEANS, December 28.-Sterling1 17^
Sight X discount. Gold 9<i.
LIVERPOOL, December 23-Noon.-Cotton open?
ed quiet; uplanos OXalOd. Orleans lo>4-ri.
Later.-Cotton quiet; sales 10,000 bales; specu?
lation and export 2000.
Evening.-Cotton quiet at noon's quotations
NEW VOKK, December 2s-Noon.-C mon dull
and weak; uplands 20Xc, Orleans 20X; sales
200 bales; sales last evening 26'. Futures, last
evening, 25W bales, as fallows: December I9i?
January 19 916; February, 1915 16: March, 20 5 io ?
20>?; April 20X; May 20X. '
Eventng.-cotton dull; sales 1211 bal-s; uplands
20c; Orleans 20Xc; sales or cotton rutares to-day
?.20 bales as tallow.: December 19 7 i6ai9s;
January 19*. 19 9-16a'9 15-16; February wV
March 20xa20Xi April, 20Xa20 7-ie; May -?oxc
BOSTON, December 28.-Conon dull; midJiings
20c; net receipts 460 bales; gross 1302; sales SOO*
stock 8000. ' '
PHILADELPHIA, December 28.-Cotton dull
middings 20xc. '
BALTIMORE, December 28.-Cotton steady- mid?
dlings i9Xc; net receipts 242 bales; gross 403
.xpurts to the continent 518; coastwise 133; sales
467; stock 3314. '
NORFOLK, December 28.-Co*ton duli; low mid?
dlings i8>?al8Xc; net receipts 1241 bales; exports
:oastwlse 1955; sa.es 200; stock 3921.
WILMINGTON, December 2S.-Cotton steady
middlings 19c; net receipts 479 bales ; sales 14V
SAVANNAH, December 28-Cotton Irregular*
middlings 18X'c offered, l8Jial9c asked, some
sale-* were ma ie at l3Xc; net receipts 3873 bales
sales ISO- ; stock 81,399.
AcocsTA, Dec ember 28.-Cotton dull; middlings
L8c; r ceints 1200 b les; sales 700.
MEMPHIS. December 23.-Cotton dull; midd ings
19c; rec-lpts 793 bales.
MOBILE. December 23.-Cotton Arm; middlings
l8X'al3Xc; net receipts 1827 bales; sales 1503;
NEW ORLEANS, December 23.-cotton irregular
middlings i9??c; net receipts 10,292 bales, gross
10,622; exports to Great Britain 642, coastwise
1041; sales 6500; stock 176,911.
GALVESTON, December 2S.-cotton steady; good
o'dinary )7)?al7>?c; net recetpta 1876 bales; ex?
ports caastwlis ?27; sales 1000; stock 44,773.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, December 28-Scon.-Breadstuffs
quiet. Corn31s9J. Pork 52s.
NEW YORK, December 28-Soon.-Flour dull and
uncharged. Wheat quiet and steady. C rn
quiet and unchanged. Pork quiet; new mess
$U?ual5. Lard steady. Turpentine dull at 67c.
Rosin dull and nominal at $4 90a5 for strained.
Evening-Flour in fair request and unchanged.
Whiskey heavy .: 93>iafii Wheat very quiet and
Arm. Corn Brm and in lair export for home de?
mand at 77a77>.' for yellow; southern new 77^.
Rice quiet at 8s^aS^. ?eef quiet. Lard a shade
firmer. Naval stores aid tallow steady.
BALTIMORE, Decembe ? 28.-Flour arm, Wi stern
famllv $7 50a8 26. Wheat dull and unchanged.
Corn "dull, white and yellow 68a70c. Oats 53a58c.
Pork $l4 50al5. s-houlders 7*a7*c. Lard 9>,a
Kc. Whiskey-city 95, Wes ern 96c.
LOUISVILLE, December vs.-Bagging dull KUH
13c. Flour active and firm. Corn quiet and Arm.
Provisions has an advancing tendency. Pork
$13 50. Shoulders 7><c: clear sides 7&c. Lard 9
a9??c. Whiskey 91c. . "
CINCINNATI, December 28.-Flour dull and
drooping. Corn In good demand at 47c. Pork,
advance asked but none established, at $13 50a
13 62?;. Lard alvanced; steam 82*c. Bacon, de?
mand light but firm; shoulders 6>?c, Bides 7>ic.
Whiskey 9lc. " . ",
NEW ORLEANS, December 23.-Corn firm at .5
cents. Oats quiet at 62 cent?. Pork dull; offer
lng at $14 50. Bacon dull; sides VA cents. Lard,
good export demand; tierce 9i;a9j? cents; keg
l?calo*. Sugar demand good; Inferior
cents; common to good common8??a7>?; fair to
fully fa" TX; prime 9a9>?; strictly prime 9>?.
Mola?s?s ?irrn; inferior 20a25 cents; common 3Ja
35-fair 37a33; prime 40a43; strictly prime 43a44.
Whiskey 95 cents a$l 3tf. Coffee 19*a22X cents.
New York Rice Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Wednesday, December
28: There ls very lltUe demand, buyers only
wanting enough to meet the distributive call
until after the first of the year. Stock can be
found for all presen; outlets and no advance ls
asked, but holden are also Indisposed to grant
any concessions. Sales of 26 tes Carolina at S.'ia
8%c, 300 bags Rangoon at 6Xa6%c, a little at 7c.
New Yoik Naval Stores Market.
From theDailv Bulletin, Wednesday, December
28: Receipts to-dav 114 bbls spirits turpentine;
1510 bbls rosin. Sp'irlts turpentine are in fair re?
quest, bu: at a decline from last week's prices.
We hear of sales of 250 bbls from yard at 87c, and
150 bbls from wharf at 67a67>,'c. Rosins are less
active an 1 lower. We did not leanor auy trans?
actions to-day; strained ls held at $5. Tar ls
quiet and unchanged. P.tch is steady at
New York Coffee Market.
From the Dally Bulletin, Wednesday. December
23: This ls almost entirely a seller's market Just,
now, the greatly reduced amouut now available,
not only here but to arrive, and the perfect con?
trol under which the stock has been brought,
leaving buyers little to do but pay the prices ask?
ed or fall to make up invoices. Of Brazils there
ls scarcely anything offering, the few lots left lu
importers' hands being seldom shown, snd in
maov cases having no value fixed upon them,
owners simply holding off in full confidence that
they must ultimately obtain even better figures
than thosenow ruling, especially ir the anticipa?
ted Increase of the distribution after the 1st
proximo sets in. All West india styles are also
very stiff at the late advance, and rew lots are to
be round In first hands. Java ls held with much
firmness, and evidently attracting more atten?
tion, with hints current that considerable nego?
tiations are nuder way and large sales probable
at any moment. The Jobbing movement In all
kinds ls fair fi r the season, though not much bu?
siness ls expected lu this line during the present
week. There was scarcely anything doing to?
day In the way or negotiations on invoices, and
no sales are reported at this point. Prices, how?
ever, generally quite firm and the offerings quite
smalt. Sales at Mew Orleans or 4OC0 bags Rio to
arrive per "Davi i." Messrs. Wm. Scott A Sons
made the stock or Rio at the ?rorrs this morning
as rollows: Galveston, 3500; New Orleans, 18,042;
Mobile, 709; Baltlmo-e, 10.060; New York, 52,449;
total 80,651. We quote Rio. gold, in bond, as rol?
lows: Ordinary cargoes leaie^c; lair cargoes
16>iai6Xc;good cargoes l7,Sial7Xc; pilme car?
goes liais Sic.
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Comparativo Exports or Cotton and Klee
fro ut tke Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1 to December 27, 1871.
S. L.?p'd. I Rice
Up'd. i Rice
Other Br. Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
Total F. Ports.
Total France..!.| 2235
N. ot Europe..
W. Indies, Ac.
Bait. A Nr'rolk
Tot'l Cse Ports
. 537|.I 34 610 454
7T?47?9 *382 '\ '22231*84533 "4602
.j 4277? 1087 30| 6344' 608
.1 4J72, 2626 .1 7563 : 2498
4 lil 3489. 2310
Exports or Naval Stores ana Lamber
from the Port or Charleston, from
September 1 to December 47.1871.
EXPORTED TO jTTL| LUMBER. "jg* j LUMBER.
I Bbls. Feet. I Bbls.
Boston. 859] 680,000
Sew York.... 10,318? l,2ys,452
Philadelphia.. 11.256 425,764
Baltimore.... 2,728 1,272,124
Sew orleans.. I.
St John's, N B.
2 j 91,855 j.j 456,661
Rio de Janeiro
Stock or Cotton In the Interior Towns
at the Latest Dates.
Montgomery.. .December 22
89,360 j 109,543
Charle.ton W Hole.ale Fi itel.
BAO3iKG, fl yara
Gunny Cloth'. 1? @ I7
New York Doable Anchor, 45
Inches, 2Xths. 18 ? IT
BALE ROPE, ? ft- _
Manilla. @ . .
Western. 8 @ 12>
BUTTER-Goshen. 33 @ 35
COTTON, fi ft
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 1TX@ ls?
Low middling. 18X? 182
Mlddlmg to strict middling... 18X@ WJ
Good middling. .. ?
Sea Island. 65 @ 1 00
COFFEE, fi ft
Rio. 22K@ 24
Laguayra.?. 26 ? 28
java. 80 @
Carolina Fertilizer, f? 2000 tts. .
Cash.60 00 @
Time (with 7 per ct. interest) 66 00 @
Wando Fertiliser.cash.... 60 00 @
Time. 65 00 @
Double Refined Poudrette. 30 00 @
Niles'Phosphate. 63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, ft 2240 tts... 100 00 ?
Paclfl c Guano, fl2000tts.cash. 55 00 ?
Time.60 00 @
Phoenix Guano. 47 50 ?
Baugh'sPhos., 92000ttB.cash 60 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate. ? 2000 ft a 65 00 ?
Rhodes' Standard Manure (S6?
time). 67 60 ?
urchlllo Guano ($40 time). 85 00 ?
Land Plaster. 13 00 @ 16 00
Mapes' Super Phos, ft 2000 tts. 66 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime 66 00 @
Wooiston's Vege'or, fl 2000 tts 66 00 fl
Croasdale's Gen. SuD.Phos.net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 00 @
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 @
PataDsco Guano. 66 00 ?
E. Frank Coe's Ammonlatec
Bone Phosphate.60 00 fir*
Coe's Pare Dissolved Bone_ 62 00 @
Whann'B Superphosphate. 60 00 ? 70 00
Etlwan Guano, No 1 ($60 time) 64 00 @
EU wan Guano, No 2 ($60 time) 63 00 ?
Zell's Ammonlated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).60 CO ?
Russel Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($60
time). 65 00 ?
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 @
Bowen A Mercer's Superphos?
phate_cash. 45 00 @
Time. 60 00 @
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'s Manipu?
lated. 60 00 ?
Stono Soluble Guano ($55 time) 60 00 @
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($38 time). 33 00 @
Stono Pure Groaad Phosphate. 15 00 @
Atlantic Phosphate Company. 60 00 @
Acid Phosphates. 30 00 @
FLOUR, fi bbl -
Fine. @ '..
Super. 6 75 @ 7 00
Northern and Western Extra. 7 60 @ 8 oa
Baltimore Extra. @
Southern-Super. 6 75 @ 7 00
Extra. 7 50 ? 8 00
Family. 8 25 ? 9 Ou
GRAIN, fi bushel
Maryland Oats. 67 @
Western Oats. ?
Corn. 88 @ 1 00
HAT, fi cwt
North RI ver. ?
LCM BER. fl M feet
Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00 @ 56 00
White Pine, good run.38 oe @ 40 00
Yellow Pine.20 00 @ 24 00
Boards, rough.ll 00 @ 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, fi gallon- "
Cuba. 83 ? 37
Muscovado. 33 ? 60
Sugar-house. 60 ? 1 00
New Orleans....... 57 @ 60
NAVAL STORES, fi bbl
Roam, pale. T 60 @ 9 50
Rosin, No. 1. 6 00 @ 7 50
Rosin. NO. 2. 4 40 ? 4 60
Rosin, No. 3 . 4 25 @
Spirits Turpentine, fi gaUon.... 64 @
Crude Turpentine, f? bbl. 4 50 @
Hard Turpentine. 3 25 @
Oakum, f? ft. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d., fi keg 5 05 ? 7 00
POWDBR-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 @
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 00 ?
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, fi ft
Bacon, Barns. ?
Sides. 08\'@ 09
Shoulders. 07X@ 073
Lard, In keg. 12 @ 13
Cheese. 10 ? 18
Potatoes, Irish, fl bbl. 3 00 @ 8 50
Onions. 4 00 ? 4 60
Eggs. 20 ? 40
Poultry-Chickens, fl doz.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, fl doz. 6 00 ? 5 50
RICE, fi ft-Carolina. 08>i? C8
East India. @
SALT, fl sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 50 ? 1 70
Liverpool, fine. @
SUGAR, fi ft-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. 9
Muscovado. IOW 12J
BEESWAX-fl ft. 38 ? 40
HIDES, Green-fi ft. ?
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NOTE.-We have aeuucted irom New orleans
62,674 bales uplands, from Mobile 2453 bales up?
lands; from Savannah 1021 bags sea Island and
413 bales upland, and from Charleston 1715 bags
sea island and 550 bales upland cotton; also,
855 bales wrecked csitoa from the coast or Flor?
ida-being the receipts at those ports from Mo?
bile, FlorUla, Texas and Savannah.
Receipts per Railroad, December 38.
! SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1951 bales cotton, m bbls naval stores, 2 cars
?tock. To Railroad Agent, W W Smith, Pelzer,
Rodgers A co, A J Saltoas, L D Mowry A Son, vv
C Courtney A co, Geo v7 Williams A co, T P
Smith, Trenholm A Son, Geo H Walter A co, L D
DeSaussure. A s Smith, Murdaugh A Mathews,
Frost, Adger A co, W C Bee A co, Dowling A co,
Graeser A Harmon, Reeder A Davis, J R Pringle
-A Son, Sloan A Seignior, Caldwell A Son, Wlss
A co, Kinsman A Howell. T T Chapeau, J K Adger
A co, W B Smith A co. W B Williams A Son. A B
Mulligan, Lowndes A.Grimbail, J A Quackenbash.
145 bales upland cotton, 165 bbls naval stores,
rough rice, mdse, Ac. To T P Smith, A J salinas,
Geo A ?renholm A Son, Frost, Adger A co, W K
Ryan, Pelzer. Rodgers A c>. Ravenel A co. Cald?
well A Son, Stoney A Lowndes, G W Williams A
co, Mowry A Son. W c Bee A co, G H Iagraham A
Son, T G Boag, Whllden A Jones, J H Albers. W H
Welch, Kinsman A Howell, Railroad Agent, and
Per steamship South Carolina, Tor New York
Mr and Mrs Howland and child, W H Wright, HA
Clark, C E Romb and S Berman.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka, via Jack?
sonville, Fernandina and savannah-Mr Skid
more. Gen H M Sanford, P Dealer, C M Covington,
H L Covington, R L Barnard, and 25 deck.
Per steamer Water Lilly, from Edlsto, Enter?
prise, Rockville, and Way Landines-J J Wilson,
J L Beckett, C G Whaley, R J La Roche, and M Mc
Last Quarter, 6th, 1 honr, 25 minutes, m or mr g.
New Moon nth. io hours, 42 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 18th, 3 hours, 21 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 26th, 4 hours, 15 mlnntes, evening.
30 saturday ....
CHARLESTON, S.C.DECEMBER 29.
Lat 82 deg 46 min 33 sec. ! Lon 79 deg 57 m in 27 sc c.
British ! ark Stormy Petrel, Dick, Cardiff, Wales,
36 days. Railroad iron. To Order. Vessel to H
Sehr S P Hall. Homer, Bucksvllle, S C. Lumber.
To J A Enslow A co. Left Georgetown Thursday
morning, 28th, and struck on that bar coming out.
Bound to Ponce, P R, and put in here lu a leaky
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Palatka, via Jack?
sonville. Fernandina and Savannah. 166 bales
cotton, 3 bbls fish roe, and 35 packages mdse, Ac.
To Ravenel A co. Witte Bros. Plockney Bro?, W
M Lawton A Sons, Ingrahim A Son, O Gadsden,
w B Williams A Sou, Cohen, Hanckel A co, J A
Enslow A co, Stoney A Lowndes, Fraser A Bill. R
S Yenning, Shackelford A Kelly, Dr Fitch, Capt
Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlsto, Enterprise.
Rockville, and Way Landings. 6 bags sea Island
cotton, mdse and sundries. To Douglas Nisbet,
Fraser A Dill, Macqueen A Rlecke, Paul, Welch A
Brandea, and Order.
Sloop Isabella,-, from Georgetown, 3 C. 1500
bushels rough rice. '?oWC Bee A co.
Boat from James Island. 5 bags sea Island
cotton To W M Lawton A Sons.
Boat from Christ Church. 1 hag sea Uland
cotton. To W M Lawton A Sons.
Received from Bennett's Mill. 48 tierces rice.
To W C Bee A cc, G H lugrahain A Son, and P G
IN TUE OFFINO.
Ship Martha Bowker, from Savannah.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
-Wagner, Huger A co. w A Courtenay.
British bark David McNutt, Lockhart. Liverpool
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, Baltimore-Street Bros
Sehr Riverdale, Brown, New Orleans-T Tupper
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, Baltimore.
? Steamship Charleston. Berry. New York.
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett. New York.
Ship Gejrge Green, Wilcox, New York.
Bark Devonshire, Havener, Liverpool.
British bark Matilda Hilya d, Lovltr, Liverpool.
British brig Delphine, Bonneau, Rotterdam.
Sehr a V W sim rr DDS, Williams. Jacksonville.
Sehr John Shay, Fisher, Dari n. Ga.
Sehr L T Knight, Blalsdell, Savannah.
FROM THIS PORT.
British bark Brazil, McDonald, at Liverpool De?
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, December 28.-Arrived, the Brazil,
from Charleston, and Carn o, New Orleans.
LIST OF VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Br ship Magdala, Black, np.-..Oct 24
Br ship Muscougus, Groves, sailed.Nov 22
Br bark colonist, Bassrud, sailed.Nov 25
nie ^eskummeren, Westergaard, sl'd.Oct 17
The Windermere, Yeoman, sailed......Oct 17
Br bark Sarah M Smith, Bishop, sat ed.Dec 7
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.Oct 17
The Little Fred, Dear, sailed.Nov 17
Br bark Perseverance, Cook, cleared.1 ct 31
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, up.Nov 21
Bric Erle, Sears, up.Dec 19
Brig Minute Abbie, Harding, up.Dec 9
Brig Ida L Ray,-, up.Nov 26
Sehr J H Hancock, Crowell, cleared.Dec 19
Sehr Lizzie Maul, Buhter, up.Dec 4
Brig Georgia, Swan, cleared.Dec 9
Sehr Vraie, M ison, cleared.Dec 23
Sehr Eugene Borda, Bakes, up.Dec 15
Sehr Florence Rogers, Shepherd, cleared...Dec 14
Sehr EdwM, Bellow, up.Dec 23
Sehr Saml Castlner, Lake, cleared.Dec 14
Sehr Open Sea, Coombs, cleared.Dec 2
Sehr A M Lee, Dukes, cleared.Dec 13
J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.Dec 21
Sehr Willie Luce, Talbot, sailed.Dec io
List of Shipping
I IN THE FORT OF CHARLESTON, DECEMBER 28.
Vessels under 100 tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
James Adger, lioo tons, Lockwood, at Adger'a
. wharf, for New York, loading-James Adger
South Carolina, 1600 tons, Beckett, at Union
wharf, for New York, ready-Wagner, Hu?
ger A co-W A Courtenay.
Gui; stream, - tous. Hunter, at Brown A co's
wharf, fur Philadelphia, loading-W A Cour?
Falcon, 672 tons, Haynle, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-P C Treuholm.
City or Ualirax, (Br,) 8"i0 tons, Cummlnger. at
Union wharf, f.?r Liverpool, loading-Henry
Albert Edward. - tons, McKinney, at Boyce A
co's wharf, ror Amsterdam, loading-Lesesne
Albina, 820 tons, Williams, In the Stream, for
Llverpo 1, ready-J A Knslow A co.
Orange Grove, (Br,) 375 tons, McLean, at Mar?
shall's wharf, for a Port In Great Britain, load?
ing-R Mure A CO.
Agra, (Br,) 639 tona, Fisher, lu the Stream, for
Liverpool, ready-Henry Card.
Tio y Sobrino, (Span,) - tons, Renteria, at Brown
A co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W
David McNutt, (Br.) 602 tons. Lockhart, at Cen?
tral wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Henry
Acacia, - tons, Robinson, at Adger'a wharf,
fer Boston, loa ilug-W Roach A co.
Zella, (Br.) - tons, Murphy, In the Stream, to*
a Port In Great Britain, ready-Charleston
Mining A Manufacturing co.
Hamlngj.i, (Nor.) - tons, Birkland, at Vander?
bilt's wharf, from Liverpool, discharging
Rav Del A co.
Anibal, (Span.) - tons, Moragues. at Marsh's
wharf, from Uentuegos, to be repaired-W P
Beltiste, (Br.) 409 tons. Williams, at Central wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging-R Mure A co.
Lyman Cann, (Br,) - tons, Mills, at Union wharf,
to load for the Continent-Pinckney Bros.
Elvira, (Span,)- tons, Capo, at Bennett's wharf,
fr'.ni Havana, just arrived-W P Hall.
Stormy Petrel, 520 ton-, Dick, lu the Stieam, rrom
Cardiff, just arrived-Order.
Sorpresa, (Span poliere.) - tons, Fontanllls. at
Atlantic woarf, roi' Barcelona, loading
W P Hall.
Joven Carmelita. (Span,) - tons, Anye, at Brown
A co's wharr, ror Barcelona, loading-W P
Mercedlta, (Span polacre,) - tons. Fabregas, at
Atlant e wharf, ror Barcelona, loading-W P
5 . 0
R. A S,
Pancblta. (Span.) - tons, Calzada, at Atlantic
wharf, for Barcelona, loading;-W P Hall.
Prudente. (Span.) - ions. Font, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-w P Hall.
Adela. - rons, Zennones, at Brown A co'a wharf,
for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Sussex, (Br.) - rons, West, at Accommodation
wharf, from D.-merara, discharging-J A Ens
low A co.
Irene E Messervey, - tons, Wall, In Ashley
River, for Providence, loading-Stree: Bros
Myrover, 440 tons. Brown, In Ashley River, for
New York, loading-W Roach A co.
M H Stockham, - tons, Cordery, at Central
wharf, for Baltimore, loading-H F Baker
Bowdcln, - tons, Randall, at Ftlwan wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-Street Bros
Robert s Graham, - tons, Smith, at Gas Com?
pany's wharf, rrom Philadelphia, discharging
J A Enslow A co.
Sarah Wcod, - tons, Hickman, a* Union wharf,
from Philadelphia discharging-H F Baker
Carrie A Bentley, 257 tons. Falkenburg, at Cen?
tral wharf, from New York, discharging-H
F Baker A co.
Louise Crockett, - tons, Flanders, at Kerr's
wharf, rrom Baltimore, discharging-street
Bros A co.
Seining illa dj ines.
THE "ELIAS HOWE" MACHINE OVER OTHERS?
First.-The public know lt to be durable. A
conclusive evidence ls, twenty years have not
placed second-hand "HOWE" Machines in the
market, lt cannot be said or any other mac hine.
Second.-It romains the material for Ita own
Third.-It has less wearing points than any
Fourth.-It draws un a stitch as you do by
hand ?others do not.
Fifth.-You have perlect control over both
threads; ethers have uot.
Sixth.-It gives off thread lo proportion to the
thickness of fabric sewed, thereby avoiding slow
motion ova' seams, dropping stl'ches and break?
ing of needles-a great objection to all other ma?
Seventh.-It sews a tight seam In casslmere,
burying the thread on either side, and then a
tissue paper, without change of tension.
Eighth.-The presser toot ls easily swung out
or the way when you set a needle or put Under
work. It s not so with any other.
Amougthe many "FIRST PREMIUMS" award,
ed THE ELIAS HOWE SEWING MACHINES, may
be mentioned the followings
The International Exhibition of all Nations,
London, 1S62, a Gold Medal.
New York State Fair. I860.
Exposition Universelle, Parla, 1867, a Gold Medal.
Cross or the Legion ot Honor to Elias Howe,
Jr., as Original Inventor.
Ohio State Fair, 1863.
New York State Fair, 1863.
Vermont State Fair, 1868.
Recollect that Mr. HOWE was the Original In?
ventor of Sewing Machines, and gave twenty
years of his ure to perfecting thu Machine.
EVERY MACHINE IS FULLY WARRANTED
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
IN EVERY CASE. '
49* If you are prejudiced In favor of anywrnr
tlcular Machine, at least examine THE HOWE
bet?re you purchase.
OFFICE NO. 302 KING STREET,
ALFRED G. ELY,
decl6-8wlnio_Agent Sonth Carolina.
Book aub Job Printing.
THE CHARLESTON NEWS
No. 149 EAST BAY,
IS PREPARED TO TURN OCT
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. IN THE
MOST SATISFACTORY STYLE,
UPON BRIEF NOTICE, AT
THE LOWEST RATES.
OCR OFFICE, IN ALL ITS DEPART?
J1EXTS, IS ONE OF
THE MOST COMPLETE ES .THE SOUTH
IS GIVEN TO
ORDERS FROM THE COUNTRY
GIVE US A TRIAL !
'?VALLE CRUOIS," NEAR COLUMBIA, S. 0.,
FOR THE EDUCATION OF YOUNO LADIES, UNDER THE
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISION OF THE RELIGIEUSES
OF THE URSULINE CONVENT.
The situation or the Convent ls all that can be
desired ror health and beauty. The buildings are
on elevated ground, about two miles from the
Capitol, and In the midst of an oak grove or
twenty acres. It ls within half an hour's drive
from the depot, where omnibuses and baggage
wagons await the arrival of passengers.
TERMS-For board, washing, fuel, lights and
tuition In English, $300, payable $150 In advance,
or $30 per month, payable In advance.
Music. French, Latin, Drawing and painting
form extra charges.
A?- For rurther information, app.icatlon may
be made to the MOTHER SUPERIOR, to Rt. Rev.
Bishop LYNCH, or to the Reverend Clergy.
J. O R LIVBBPO
The favorite British bark B ELTIST E,
Williams, Master, having a portion of her i_
cargo engaged, wilt be cuspate ned for the above
pore. For Freight engagements, apply to
dec28 ROBERT MURE A CO.
OE NEW YORK
The Resrular Packet Schooner MYROVER,
Brows, Master, wants light freight, cotton. SB
Ac. to fill np and leave promptly.
dec23 WM. ROACH A CO., A gen Lg. ^
J"OR F?E'^ S?HTEB, T
BATTERY WAGE KER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf fiHfct
EVRRY DAY, at 10 o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
novlS On Board,
OR NEW YORK.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship JAA?ES
ADGER, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, wiiryati
from Adger's Wharf on SATURDAY, the ??th
instant, at 8 o'clock A.M. \
49* Marine Insurance by thia line, naif per
ta- Through Billa or Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng
.and manufacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
dec2T-4 JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DALLY, AND THROUGH*
BILLS LADING ISSUED
PHILADELPHIA, BOSTON. .
THE CITIE8 OP THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
30th December, at 6 o'clock P. M.
49* Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
city by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Conslgneea are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia,
For Freight or Passage apply to
PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
dec27-4_No. 2 Union Wharves.
pAGIFlO MAIL STEAMSHIP OOMPrS
. THROUGH UKI TC
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamer? of tho above imc leave Pier ^#?*~**t
So. 42. North River, root of Canal ?BUHE
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of tho 1Kb
and 80th or every month (except when ttwM
latea rall on Sunday, then the Saturday preceTT
"Iii departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for south Paolflo and Centrai American perta.
Departure of 16th 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 touch at Havana, bat
go direct from New York to AspinwalL
One hundred pounds baggage free to *?ch adult,
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on th?
wharf foot ot Canal street, North River, New
York, F. R. BABY, Agent?
.pOR LIVERPOOL, VIA Q?EENSTOWr?
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
*??Sfe STEAM COMPANY <f^?9f,
wm dispatch one of their first class, fall power
Iron Screw Steamships from
PIER NO. 48 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
WISCONSIN, Capt. WILLIAMS, Dec. 13, at 7.80 AM
NEVADA Capt. FORSYTH.Dec. 20, at l P M
WYOMINO.Capt. V.'H INKER A Y.Dec. 27, at 2.30 P M
MINNESOTA, Capt. ?Jorgan.Jan. 8, at
IDAHO, Capt, PRICE.Jan. 10, at -
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (omce No. 29 Broadway) $30,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool Issued
ny the Charleston an? New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above line.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to 1
JAMES ADGER A CO., j
WAGNER, HUGER A O?Jl
maya Qr WM. ju COURTENAY. V^T
p O B FLORIDA,
VU SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK,
?^SSBmm The splendid Steamen^fiflHC
DICTATOR.Captain Cox err-.a
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AB FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY EVIND?G, at 8
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 Oklawaha River.
Close connection la made with steamships_
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention of freights'to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having first-class aa
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agenta,
Corner Vanderhorsfs wharf and Fast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah wlt^.
Steamer San Antonio for Darlen* BrnnawlckjF
Sarilla River, and all intermedia-e landlnnL
Freights for these points must be prepaid here. *^
?yyy7*EEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
Captain W. T. MCNELTY, A
Will leave Accommodation Wharf . . ?JT**??a?
every MONDAY MORNING, at 3 o'clock, jnBSSC
for Savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and span
l-h Wells. Returning will leave Savannah every
Will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chlsolm'a
Landings every THURSDAY MORNING at 8 o'clock.
Returning will leave Beaufort every FRIDAY
Freight received WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAYS.
Must be prepaid to Way Landings.
Goods consigned to care of Agents wul be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
novl No. 177 East Bay.
Orngs ano ifl&icin?.
QU G A B - COATE D PILLS.
FLUID EXTRACTS, ELIXIRS, 4c, 4c.
A FULL ASSORTMENT.
Having taken the Agency for the sale of the
GOODS of Messrs. W. R. WARNER A CO.. Phila?
delphia, I offer to the Profession and to the Trade
a fuu line or the above articles, at manufacturers'
Warner's Iron and Iodororm Pills are well
known and highly approved by the Faculty. Their
medicines are carefully prepared and perfectly
reliab e. For sale wholesale and retail by
DR. H. BAER, ^
dec22 Wholesale Agent for South Carolina. \
O T H E R S I ~~^|
For your Children, use none other than tue
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL.
It contains no Anodyne. For sale by the
Manufacturer, DB. LL BARR.