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LIVERPOOL-Per Spanish bark Tio y Sobrino
890 bale9 upland cotton, 100 tons or phosphate
BAHC-'..ONA-Per Spanish brig Joven Carmelita
-250 bales upland cotton, 101 bbls rosin.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Gulf Stream
372 bales colton, 201 bales domestica and iroods,
17 tierces rice. 2i7 bbls nava, stores, ?0 ba^a of
cocoanuis, and 2S4 pkzs sundries.
The Charleston Cotton, .'Ute and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NRWS, I
FRIDAY EVENING, December 29, 1371. j
COTTON.-This staple was dull, and the limited
demand was at easier rates, purchasers being
enabled to operate to a moderate extent at some?
what lower figures, but quotations in the state or
the market are quite unreliable, and we ouly
give t;.em nominally; sales about 300 bales, viz:
20 at 17. 9 at 17>i, 5 at lTJfc 41 at is, 50 at 18 V 51
at 18X, 33 at l&X. 10 at 18%, 63 at 19. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.1" @1SX
Strict middling.19 @
RICE.-There was a moderate demand ror this
grain; ?ales about 160 tierces or clean Carolina,
say 20 tierces at 7X, 22 at 7 o-io, 75 at TX, 13 at
7 ll 16, 27 at "\ cents 3 lb. We quote common
to fair at 6X@7X, good 7X@s cents * lb.
NAVAL STORKS.-There were no Baies reported.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea islands; via New
York, \'d on uplands, ld op sea Islands; by sall,
7-l6d on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre lc on uplands. Coastwise-to New York by
steam \c on uplands and lc on sea Islands; $2 $
tierce on rice; by sall Xe on cotton; - fl tierce
cn lice; - oe V barrel on rosin; $7@8 ? Moa lum?
ber; $9@lo ?M OQ timber. To Boston, by sall
Xe %i rb on upland cotton. To Providence, by
?all $5 "A M on boards, xe V rb on cotton; by
.team $1 H bale on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam xe 9 lb on uplands; by sall, $7
f u on boards; $9 on timber; $3 per ton en clay,
sad $3af3 ?0 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
.team xe ?? tt by sall, $6 50@7 ft M on boards;
$3@325 *.* : noa phosphate rock. Vessels are In
demand by our merchants to take lumber freights
(tom Georgetown, S. C, Darlen and Satilla River,
Qa, and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io@l:i 3B M are the rates on lnmber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling 60 day bills 17X
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka are pur
-caaaing sight checks at X orr, and sell at par.
Marketa by Telegraph.
LONDON. December 29-Noon.-Consols 92X.
PAR??. December 29-Noon.-Remes sor 60c. I
specie decreased soo.ooor.
Nsw YORE, December 29-Neon.-Freights dull. I
Stccks very strong and active. Gold 9Xa9X
Go vern m eu ts strong and steady. State bonds
firm and steady. Money very tight at 7 l-16a7X I
per day. Exchange, long 9>;, short 10.
Evening.-Money cloded at 7 currcacy to gold.
Sterling 6Jf. G ld 8Xa9. Governments active I :
and advanced xaX* slxtv-twos 9 v. States rn-1 .
active. Ter ne-sees 62. new 63Xt Virginias 68,11
naw 55; Louisianas 60; Alaoamas 92, fives 62; I
Georgias 70, serena TO; North Caro.leas 31, new 13. 11
Freights heavy. Cotton by steam xd. 11
KEW ORLEANS . December 29.-sterling 17X. I
?ght XaX discount. Goldi. li
COTTON MARKETS. '
IrvxarooL, December 29-Noon.-Cotton open
ed steady; uplands 9Xal0, Orleans loxd; sales I
10,000 bales; sales of the week 53,ooo; export 9000;
speculation f000; stock 667,(00, American 169.000; I
receipts 93,ooo, American 57,000; actual exoort
Later.-Cotton quiet; export and sp?culation I
2000 bales. Cotton nearly.due from Savannah or I '
Charleston 91316. Stock afloat 401,ooo, American I ?
187.000. * I
Evettng.-Cotton closed quiet at noon qnota-1 '
tlons ; yarns and fabrics steady. I
Nsw YORE, December 29-Noon.-Cotton open-1 i
ed weak and nominal; Orleans 20.\'c; sates 385 I
baits. Sales of cotton luturea Ian evening 4i:o I
-bales, as follows: December 19X. 19 W6c; Jann- 11
ajyiox. 19 7-tP; February 19X; March 20 3-16, ll
SOX; April 20X. 80 7 16. 20X. I
Evening.-Cotton quiet: sales 857; uplands 20c,
Orleans 2u.\re Sa.es or mtnres to day 7500 bales I
as follows: December 19 x. 10 516al9X; January
19X."? M6i l9 91tol9X: February 19X, 19Xa20; .
Hafen 20Xa20 3-16*; April SO*. 20 7-16a20X; May i
"20 9-10; Jnne 2 %. I
BOSTON. Deceuiber 29.-Cotton dull; middlings I
20Xa2Oxc; net receipts 428 bales: gro3s 1064; sales i
"300; stock 8000; net receipts or me week TIM: I ;
groas 12 567; exports to Great Britain 255; sales of 11
the week 1500. I
. PROVIDENCE, December 29.-Cotton flat; net re- I
celpts for the week 1360 bales; stock 10,000. 11
\ CITY POINT, December 29.-cotton receipts for I
the week 4*01 I
PHILADELPHIA, December 29.-Cotton qnlet; I
ssiduun^i 20xc; net receipts, 696 bales; gross,
BALTIMORE, December 29.-Cotton firm; mid?
dlings 1P,V; gross receipts 93* exports coastwise I
110; sales 153; stock 2623; net receipts of the week I
810; gross 2353; Continent 573; coastwise 752; sales
or the week 1630 bales. j ;
NORFOLK, December 29.-Cotton dull; low mid-11
.dlingsisxaisxc; net receipts 1421 bales; experts 1
coastwise 1.84; ea ta 100; Mock 4078; net receipts I !
of the week 6706; exports coastwise 8078; sales or 1
the week 4078.
? ? WILMINGTON, December 29.-Cotton eteady; '
-'jstddilngs 19c; net receipts 43j bales; sales 86;
steck 6024: net receipts or the week 2885; exports I
. coastwise 1(37; sales of the week 280.
?AVANNAH, December 29.-Cotton-fenyers and I
..Sellers apart, tending upward ind quiet; bolders I
firm; middlings 18X-?l9c; receipts 3920; exports ;
to Franc 2603; coastw se 1535; sales 9000; stock
?81,183; net receipts of :ue week 19,183; exports to I
Great Britain 486; Continent 2603; coastwise 4312; ( '
-sales or the week 7700 bales.
AUGUSTA, Dt cern br 29.-Cotton qnlet andi
steady; middlings 18"; receipts 626 bales; sales
.soo; sf ck 1870,19,213; 1871, 19,035; receipts of the I -
week 6515 ; sale ? of the week 8720. I,
MACON, December 29.-Cotton firm,; middlings | :
Mc; receipts 3024 ba es; shipments 1970; stock I'
2870, 18,194; 1871. 14.590. . ;
CoLCMBrs, December 29.-Cotton quiet; sal's I i
Of toe week 525 bales; rec iprs 1350; shipments | <
12,865; stock for 1870 12,455; 1871 10,096. '
MONTGOMERY. December 29.-Receipts of cotton | *
for the w. ek 2119 bales; shipments 2330;atoci for I '
1870 12 SOd: 1871 '1,665.
SELMA, D# CHU ber so.-Cotton receipts 3041 | '
-Shipments 2a".0; stock 1870, 11000; 1871, 8310. I *
Mc BILE, December 29.-Cotton quiet; ml 'dllngs I
18xc; net reeelpis 4149 bales; exports to Great | 1
Britain 4491; coastwise 4143; si es 500; stock
63,44 ' ; net receipts or the week 17,750; expotts to
Great Britain 4191; Continent 840; coastwise 6554;
sales of the week 9KO. I
MEMPHIS, December 29.-Cotton quiet; mid- P
dltngs 19c; receipts. 8850 bales; shipments. 1285; |,
stock-is:o,' 33,004; 1371, 26,oo?; receipts cf the '
week, 11,400; sales or the week, 9,450.
NASHVILLE, December 29.-cotton dull and |.
nominal: low middling I7\al8c; receipts lor the 1
week 4277 bales; shipments 1445; stock 1670. '
6222; 1871, 5487.
NEW ORLSA .*% December 20.-Cotton irregular; I '
middlings i9Xc: net receipts TOTS bales; groFs
7732; expciti to Great Britain 4902; to Amsterdam 1
1151: coastwise 3600; sales 7000; stock 175,160; net
receipts or the week 49,878; gross 54,216; exports |
to Great Britain 17,276; Barcelona 2707; Amster
dam 1151; sales of the week 32,800.
GALVESTON, December 29.-Cotton steady; goo l I
ordinary, i7xal7Xc: net receipts 1331 boles; | i
salea, 1000; crock 46, u 9; net receipts or thc week,
10,340; exports, to Great Britain, 1119; coastwise, |.
955; sales or the week, 49CO. (
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS. I 1
LONDON, December 29-Noon.-common rosin I
12s 9d to 13s.
LIVERPOOL, December 29-Noon.-Breadstuff's
.quiet, corn 6ts Ol. |
Nsrw YORE, December 29-Noon.-Flour duli I
and unchanged. Wheat qnlet and Arm. Corn |
?nlet and steady. Pork steady; new $14 37ai4 75. |
ard qnlet. Turpentine firm at 67c Roam dull I ?
and nominal: |4 90a4 9a.
Evening.-Flour-Southern dull and drooping* '
oommi n to fair extra $6 50a7 25; good to ctiolce
$7 80a9 25 Whiskey heavy at 93 cents. Wheat 1
las cents lower: winter red western $1 Mai 59.
Com inactive and unchanged; new ye.low and
.white Southern 75 cents afloat. Rice quiet at
&Xa8X cents. Lard-kettle 9X cents. Turpen?
tine Arm. Rosin dull. Tallow steady.
BALTIMORE, December 29.-Flour quiet and
Urm. Wheat dull and unchanged. Corn quiet |
and scarce; white C9a7lc: yellow 63a70c. r*ork | ]
.firm. Bacon quiet ; shoulders 7Xc. Lard steady.
Whiskey 95^960. I
CINCINNATI. December 29.-?lour and corn un- I
changed. Pork In light demand; holders Arm;
$13 50al3 75. Lard 9X asked. Bacon firm; | 1
shoulders 6Xc; clear nbs 7X; clear sides 7X. I
Whiskey 9lc. i
LOUISVILLE, December 29.-Bagging quin at I,
12Xal3c F.our active and fi m. Corn unchanged. |
Pork ?13 50. Shoulders 7xc; clear sides 7Vc. i
Lard 9aioxc. Whiskey 91. | J
ST. LOUIS, December 29.-Flour ateadv with a ,
smali business. Corn declining. Whiskey de- |
din og at 89XC Pork firm at $13. Bacon quiet
but steady with jobbing lots; shoulders 7a7Sic;|
-dear sides 7 Xe. Lard firm at 7Xc. | ]
NEW ORLEANS, December 29.-Flour firm and
unchanged. Corn Armer at 7fia78c. Oats easier | <
at 60a62c Bran easier at si 70. Hay dull bot
.firmer at $33: choice $34. Pork dull at $14 so.
Bacon, lar i sugar, molasses, whiskey and coffee |
?fluiet.at yesterday's prices. I .
New York Rice Harket.
From the Daily Bulletin, Thursday, December
?23: A moderate movement to aupply temporary
wants of the regu'T trade covers abont all the
business doing, ana the market generally shows
a somewhat dull tone. P lc s on most grades
are steady, and holders offer nothing except at
f oil figures. Sales of 30 tierces Carolina at 81
a ?c, and 250 bags Rangojn at 6Xa7c.
WILMINGTON". December 29.-[Weekly Report.]
TURPENTINE.-During ; he past week the market
for tuts article has been In an unsettled condition,
prices having advanced.on yellow dip 35c and on
hard 10c, and again declined. The demand has
not been so great, aud some stock ha3 accumu?
late i. The recelp'8 for the week have been goo 1
and the stock here H 4330 bois, ngaiust 3402 bois
lui 'he previous week, showing an increase of
stock or 973 bbls, the market closinar sr adv at
$3 60 for hard, $5 33 for virgin, and $s 35 for yel?
SPIRITS TCRPENTIKE. -On Friday the market for
this a tide opened weak, and a sm 1! Sale Of 34
casks was effected ?t e4 cents-a decline or l cent
on Thursday'^ sales. Since then the maiket hes
ruled weak "and Inactive, and uo sales were effect?
ed up to Wednesday < vening late, when a stillj
further decline was effected, and sales iLade attr2
Ct nts. At the time or closing our repor? to-day,
(ihnrsi'ay,! there had been no sales, themtrket
being verv dull and weak at 62 cents. The receipts
haveb e? soitd . and the stock on the market at
the cl se ot our last review was 6638 bbl?, while
the amount cf sto.k here now ls 6531 bbls-show?
ing a decease of U?4 bb s.
ROSIN.-with small transaction1, we hardly
know how to give the true state of the market,
as the sales rorthe week have been confined to
only twj grades, (strained and window, glass,)
which have rally malatained prices quoted In our
la: t. The receipts are good, while the shipments
have been light, allowing 8344 bbls to accumulate
here in excess, or atosk December 22, which waa
65.339, making the amount or stock here 64,183
TAR -At the clo9e or our review on Thursday
last, there being scarcely no demand Tor this arti?
cle, with larne receipts, the price on Friday de?
clined 10c. The stock now on market i* 2342 obis,
against 1467 bbls for the week ending December
22, showing that the stock has Increased 875 bbl?,'
which ls lu shippers' hands.
New York Coffee Market.
From the Dally Bulletin. Thursday, December
28: The general market remains very firm, though
the volume of business continues small. On Bra?
zils we hear of only one or two unimportant in?
voices changing hands, and the tone of the mar?
ket ls dall. Mach firmness ts shown, however,
and holders have been further encouraged by the
receipt of later telegrams from Rio Janeiro, which
are construed as quite favorable. The cost of
coffee was unchanged, but the purchases for the
United States had been unusually light, and the
receipts would n; t average over 5O00a5"2O0 bags
per dav. Very little stock ia now offering, even at
extrenie rates-indeed th- bulk of the accumula?
tion ls vir: nally oil the market, aud the figures or
stock In first hands are somewhat nominal. Of
mild coflfe we hear or no sales but there ls full as
much confidence as on Brazils, and scarcely any
goods offerlni? rrom rrst hands. The Jobbing
trade ts a Utile slow at the morneaf. but sellera
show no great anxl'ty to operate. Sales here or
500 bags Rio. per steamer North America, and at
Baltimore 6.0 tags do. per Maty Rice. We quote
Rio. gold, in bond, as follows : Ordinary e-rgoei,
I5al6l?; fair cargoes l?^aie??'; goo.i cargoes 17A?
al7>?, prime cargoes lSaiS,^'.
Interior Cotton .markets.
COLUMBIA. December 23.-Sa:es or cotton to?
day 72 bale?: middling 15>4 cenu.
COLUMBUS, December 21.-Marke- quiet at 13
cents ror middlings; sales 92 bales; receipts 178;
MONTGOMERY, Decembe- 27.-Oar market ls
quiet and weak to-day: go;d ordinary njf cents,
strict good ordinary IS'-.. l>w middlings 13?;,
SELMA, December 26.-Sales to-day 225 bales:
middling 18X cents, low middling 13>?. Market
quiet but firm.
New York \;i va l Stores Mariser.
From the Dally Bulletin. Thursday, D. cember
28: Receipts to-day. 170 bbls. spirits turpentine.
910 biiis. rosin. The general market for naval
stores has ruled quiet, as usually the case during
the holiday week, and pnces are not materially
altered from tho-e current yesterdav. Splr ts t re
a little irregular, being quoted from 6:a67^a63o,
In yard and on dock. We hear of sales of small
lots from wharf at 67a6Sc. Rosins are quiet at $5
for good strained, In yard. Tar is in but mode?
rate demand and uncharged. Pitch held at
$4 87 ?as.
Receipts per Railroad, December 29.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. "
841 bales cotton. 80 bbls flour, 23 cara lumber
and woiid, 6 cars ?tock. Te Railroad Agent, W
W Smith, Pelser, Rodgers A co, A J Salinas, L D
Mowry A Son, W c Courtney A co, O W Wil?
liams A co, T P Smith, Trenbolm A Son, Geo H
Walter A co, A S Smith, Frost, Adger A co. W C
Bee A co, Dowling A co. Reeder A Davis, Jas R
Pringle A Son, Sloan A Selgnlou-', Gratser A Har
mon, Wlss A co, Kinsman A Howell, A B Mulli?
gan, W B Williams A Son. Witte Bro?, E S Mlles,
I C Mallonee, J F Sires. G S Hacker. Shier A Her?
nandez. G S Hacker, W H Jones A co, O Foll?n, F
D C Kracke, Wardlaw A Carew.
132 bales upland and 14 ba;s sea Island cotton,
140 bbls naval stores, rough rice, cars staves, live
stock, mdse, Ac. To T P ?mlth, A J .-allua?, W K
Ryan, Pelzer. Rodgers Ac?. Ravenel A co. Cald?
well A Son, Stoney A Lownde, G W Williams &
co, Mowry t Son. W C Bee A co, G H Ingraham A__
son, watfocn * Jos?, KIU??...W-^*-uu H cnrTTjT*
Courtenay A co, Frost. Adger A co, G H Walter A
co, A s Smith, J C H Clausseu, Wilcox. Gibbs A
co, Pringle A Son, Dr J.A Maxwell, Kanapaax A
Gonzalez, Reeder A Davis, J Isear, Rev O Small, S
D Stone?, Howard A Bro. W Gurney. Witte Bros.
F Klintworth. R G Chlsolm, Chap- aa A Beffron, J
N Robson, G Foll?n, E Welling. J C Mallonee, Rail?
road Agent, and others._
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown. S C
A Yanderhorst and family, Misa Weston, Charles
Alston, B H Ward. Miss Sparkman. W F Brittain,
F H Dalby, D R Smith, Dr R S Herl.t, S Samp?
son. H So omon, W Barnwell. R C Macmnrdo, s T
Atkinson. A M Manlgauit, Jr A HUI, W L Tren
tioim, Master T Weston. Master i P Leseane. E H
Barnwell, J S Barnwell, W H Barnwell, and 94 on
ru HT CAL KM/AK.
Last Quarter. 6?h, l hour. 25 m.nutes, mor:;:: g.
Sew Moon nth. io boars, 42 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 13th. 3 hours, 21 minutes, evenir g.
Full Moon, 26th, 4 hours, 15 minutes, evening.
!5! Monday. 7.. 2
ie'Tuesdayi.... 7.. 2
J71 Wednesday.. 7.. 3
?8 Thursday.... 7.. 3
?Friday. 7.. 3
io saturday.... 7.. 4
?lISunday. 7.. 4
R. a s
DH AELE STD':,1, S.C.DECEMBER 30.
:.at 32 deg 46 mia33 sec. | Lon7?deg67 nun27 s; c.
British bark Lyman Cann, Mills, New York, -
lats. Ballast. To Plnckuey Bro?.
Steamer Marlon, Adair, Sa?tee River. 176 bales
cotton, -150 bb s n?val et?,res, and mdse. To
Ravenel, Holmes A co. GalHard A Mlnutt, W M
Counor, S'L Howard ?i Bro, T P Smith, Pringle A
Son, Pe.zer, Rodgers A co. W C Dukes A co, J A
Smythe, Witte Bros. Ingr?ham A Son, Kinsman A
Howell, Reeder A Davis, S D stoney, w A Boyle,
stoney a- Lowndes. F L Mever, street Broa A co,
Whllden A Jones, Barden A Parker, Wm C B.e A
co, H Bischoff A co. Caldwell A Son, Wagener A
Mon9ee*, Frort, Adger A cc, Wogener A Wetklv.
Steamer Emilie. White, Georgetown, s O.
85 tierces rice, mdse and sundries. To Shacked
rord A Kelly, Jas R Pringle A Son, W L Webb, L
D DeSaussure, and others. The Emilie picked up
at sea the Geo-getown tar buoy, No l, and towed
lt to the city.
Received rrom West Point Mill. 40 tierces rice.
To J R Pringle A Son.
Received rrom Bennett's M UL 65 tierces rice.
To W c Bee A co.
Steamship Guir Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia
-W A Courtenav.
Spanish bat? T?o y Sobrino, Renteria, Liverpool
Soaoish brig Joven Carmelita, Anye, Barcelona
-WP Hall. .
Sehr carrie A Bentley, Falkenburg, Baltimore
ria Jacksonville-H F Baker A co.
Sohr Sarah Wood, Hickman, Fa.1 River via Jack?
sonville-H F Baker A co.
sehr E A DeHart, Plnkham, West Indies-Paul.
Welch A Brandes.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Hunter, Philadelphia.
F?.OM THIS PORT.
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, at Philadelphia,
Bark st Peter, Gage, New York, December 26.
UP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at New York, 25th
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Holmes, at New York, 27th
Sehr Eugene Borda, Latham, at New York,
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, at Cardiff, Wales, 8th
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Ebenezer, Matheson, from Bordeaux, 8 th
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, rrom Baltimore, De
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Niw YORK, December 29.-Arrived, steamships
2lty or Baltimore and City or Washington.
Arrived out, steamships Thurtngla, Columbia,
lava and Silesia.
The British bark Celeste. Fullerton, rrom Ant?
werp, previously reported for this port, arrived at
3ri on Ferry December 9.
The Marla L ulse. Sm th, from Ball River, S C.
irrived at London 9tt) insu
LI9T OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED ANO SAILED FOB THIS FORT.
F O P. E I a N .
Br snip Magdala, Black, op.Oct 24
Br ship Muscongus. Grove9, sailed.Nov 22
Br bark colonist, Bassrud, sailed.Nov 25
The soeskunimeren, Westergaard, sl'd.Octr
The Windermere, Yeoman, sailed.,....Oct 1/
Br bark Sarah M Smith, Bishop, sat ed.Dei. 7
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed...Oct 17
The Little Fred, Dear, sailed.Nov 17
Br bark Perseverance, cook, cleared.?etsi
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, up.Nov 21
Bric: Erle, Sears, up.Dec 19
Brig Minnie Abbie. Harding, up.Dec 9
Brig Ida L Ray.-, up.Nov 26
Sehr J H Hancock. Crowell, cleared.Dec 19
Sehr Lizzie Maul, Bullier, up.Dec 4
Brig Georgia. Swan, cleared.Dec 9
Sehr Vraie, Mason, cleared.Dec 23
Sehr Eugene Borda, Bak?s, up.Dec 15
Sehr Florence Rogers, Shepherd, cleared...Dec 14
Sehr Edwlo, Bellow, up.Dec 23
Sehr SamI Castle er, Lake, cleared.Dec 14
Sehr Open Sea, Coomb9, cleared.Dec 2
Sehr A M Lee. Dukes, cleared.Dec 13
J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.Dec 21
Sehr Willie Luce, Talbot, sailed.Dec 19
The favorite British bark BELTISTE, JCLk
Williams, Master, having a portion of heraHax
cargo engaged, will be dlspai hed for the aoove
port. For Freight engagements, apply to
dec28 ROBERT MURE A CO.
~pOB NEW YORK.
The Regular Packet Schooner MYRO VER, JJ
Brows, Master, wants light freight, cotton, 9
Ac, to All up and leave promptly.
dec23 WM. ROACH ? CO., Agents
T70R SEW YORK.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The splendid Side-Wheel Steamship JAMES
ADGER, T. J. Lockwood, Commander, will rall
from Adder's Wharf on SATURDAY, the 30th
Instant, at 8 o'clock A. M.
MO" Marine Insurance by this line, hair per
SST" Through Bills ot Lading given on Cotton tr
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and the New Eng
.and mannfacturing towns.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
dec.27-4 JAMES ADOER A CO., Agents.
P O R BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The flue Steamship FALCON, Haynle, Com?
mander, will sail for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
30th December, at 5 o'clock P. M.
?a- Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
clt> by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to sample and aell their Goods from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For freight or Passage apply to
PACL C. TRENHOLM, Agent,
dec27-4_No. 2 Union Wharves.
.T^ACIFIG MAIL STEAMSHIP OOUPVS
TTJROrOH LINB TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of tko above line leave Pier,
No. 4a, North River, foo? of Canal._
street. New York, at 13 o'clock noon, or the i6tn
and aorii of every month (except when these
lates ration Sunday, then the Saturday preoea
All departures connect at Panama with steam
-rs for south Pacific and Centrai American pons.
Departure of istti toucaes at Kingston. Jamaica.
For Japan and China, steamers leave san Fran
duce flrst or every month, except when lt falls OD
Sunday; then on th? day preceding.
No California steamers toucli at Havana, bet
go direct from New York to Aspinwali.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult,
Medicine and attendant:? tree.
Fer Passage Tickets or other information apply
it the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on tte
wharf root or Oanal street. North River, New
fork. F. R. BABY, Agent.
QEORGETOWN STEAM PACKET.
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
Until further cotice the Steamer
EMILIE, Captain C. C. White, will,_
run as follows from Commercial Wharf, leaving
Charleston at 9 o'clock at NIGHT, and George?
town at 6 o'clock In the MORNING:
LEAVE CHARLESTON. I LEAVE GEORGETOWN.
SUNDAY.January 31 TCESDAY.January 2
FRIDAY.January 5 MONDAY.January 8
WEDNESDAY..January IO?FRIDAY.Januar? 13
SUNDAY.January 14'TUESDAY.January 16
FRIDAY.January ia MONDAY.January 22
WEDNESDAY .January 24 FRIDAY.January 26
SUNDAY.January S8JTOI3DAY.January 30
All Freight must be prepaid. Apply on board,
or to SHACKELFORD * KELLY.
dec30-stutli3 Southern Wharf.
VIA SAVANNAH. TWICE A WEEK.
?The splendid Steamers,
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL FAIL A3 FOLLOWS 1
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TCESDAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CIT? POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL .'JANDINGS 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.
Ctose connection is 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 ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharr and Fast Bay.
Through Bills or Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio tor Darlen, Brunswick,
Satllla River, and all Intermediate landings.
Freights for these points must be prepaid here.
^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH, GA-,
SEMI-WEEKLY TO BEAUFORT, S. C.
?? I H. O T BOY,
Captain W. T. MCNELTY,
Will leave Accommodation Wharr _
every MONDAY MORNING, at 8 o'clock, ^?fifiaSC
for Savannah. Beaufort, Hilton Head and span
i-h Wells. Returning will leave Savannah every
Tr s.-PA Y MORNING.
will leave for Beaufort, Pacific and Chlsolm's
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 Agenta will be for?
warded free of storage or commission.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
novl No. 177 East Bay.
R E SH VACCINE.
Reliable Scabs for sale by
dec22 DB, H. BAER, NO. 131 Meeting street.
"yyr HAT ADVANTAGES.
THE "ELIAS HOWE"MACHINE OVER OTHERS?
FIrat.-Thc public know it to be durable. A
conclusive evidence ls, twenty yeara have not
placed second-hand '-HOWE" Machines in'the
market, lt cannot be said of any other macnine.
Second.-It contains the material ror ita own
Third.-It lia? less wearing points than any
Fourth.-It draws u? a stitch as voa do by
hand; others do not.
Fifth.-You have perfect control over both
threads; ethers Have not.
?sixth.-It gives on* thread in proportion to the
thickness of rabric sewed, thereby av. ldlng slow
motion ovi-r reams dropping stitches and break?
ing or needles-a great objeci?n to ali other ma?
seventh.-It sews a tight seam in cassimere,
burying the thread on either side, and then a
tissue paper, without change of tension.
Eighth.-The presser foot ls easily swung out
of the way when you set a needle or pat under
work, lt s not ao with any other.
Among the many "FIRST PREMIUMS" award?
ed THE ELIAS HOWE SEWING MACHINES, may
be mentioned the following:
The International Exhibition of all Nations,
London, 1862, a Cold Medal.
New York State Fair. 1866.
Exposition Universelle, ra ris, 1367, a Gold Medal.
Cross of the Legion of Honor to Elias Howe,
Jr.. as Original inventor.
Ohio State Fair, 1868.
New York State Fair, 1888.
Vermont State Fair, 1868. "
Recollect that Mr. HO (VE was the Original In?
ventor of Sewing Machines, and gave twenty
years of his life to perfecting this Machine.
EVERY MACHINE IS FULLY WARRANTED.
AND SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
IN EVERY CASE.
ta- If yon are prejudiced la favor of any par?
ticular Machine, at least examine THE HOWE
before yon purchase.
OFFICE NO. 392 KINO STREET,
ALFRED G. ELY,
decl6-3wlmo _Agent South Carolina.
F. F. SEWING MACHINE
has not yet become such a drug In the market as
to require to be hawked through the streets or
le;t at the residences against the wishes of the oc?
cupants. But my sales have not diminished, nor
bas the reparation of these Machines suffered by
Call and see them and yon will be convinced of
D. B. HASELTON,
dec20-imo N". 307 KINO STREET.
THE SEW IMPROVED
WHEELER & WILSON,
THE MOST IPOPTJEAR
FAMILY SEWING MACHINE.
I Between Blx and seven hundred thonsand now
in use. Is the molt simple, rans easier, and makes
less noise than any other first-class Lock stitch
Machine. Does all kinds of work usually done by
band. Has better attachments for Hemming,
Frilling, Tocking. Cording, Quilting, Gathering,
Ac, than any other Machine. These Machines
are now offered fer sale in this city on th? LEASE
PLAN, at Ten Della's per month nntil paid for.
Thorough Instruction given, and satisfaction
guaranteed In all cases. Old Machines repaired
and adjusted by a competent machinist. A few
live men can find regular and profitable employ?
ment, either on salary or commission, by applying
Parlor and Sale-room No. 209 KING STREET.
W. G. BRUCE, Agent.
WHYTE A HARRAL, General Agents, dec 18
~toOTOtiTyi?) Hfimwr STOVF.S
WILLIAM SHEPHERD & CO.,
NO. U HAYNS STREET,
NO. 35 P1NCKNEY STREET.
IF YOU WANT CHEAP COOKING STOVES
Call at No. 1G Broad etreet.
"MOTI'3 CELEBRATED DEFIANCE
A LARGE VARIETY OF HEATING STOVES,
For Parlor, Church and Office.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF HOUSE
Furnishing Articles and Kitchen Utensils.
TIN ROOFING, GUTTERING AND
Plumbing Work promptly attended to.
WELL, CISTERN AND FORCE PUMPS,
Of every Description.
ADAMS, DAMON ?Sc CO.,
dec21-thstu No. 16 Broad street.
Dru 93 cinb ?flebicines.
gU GAR-CO A TED 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 Profess!' n and to the Trade
a tull Une or the above articles, at manufacturers'
Warner's Iron and Ijdoform Pills are well
known and highly approved by the Faculty. Their
medicines, are carefully prepared and perfectly
relia o.e. For sale wholesale and retail by
DR. H. BAER,
dec22 Wholesale Agent for South Carolina.
THREE VERY SUPERIOR ARTICLES ARE OPFERED BY THE SULPHURIC ACID AND SUPER^
PHOSPHATE COMPANY, OF CHARLESTON, S. C., Viz:
ETIWAN <- GMT ANTO.
A comp ete MANURF, adapted to COTTON, GRAIN AXD TOBACCO, being; the well known article
heretofore offered at the very high grade of 15 PER CENT. DISSOLVED BONE PHOSPHATE OF
LIME, with the addition, as heretofore, of PERUVIAN GUANO, AMMONIA ANO POTASH. Price $55
per ten, If paid on or before the 1st of April next, and $90 per ton payable lat November, 1872.
ETIWAN OROUP FOOD.
A new article of about the same high grade of Soluble Phosphate, compounded with the elements
of Cotton Seed in snch a manner aa to Insure one of the BEST FERTILIZERS FOR COTTON AND
GRAIN, at a lower price than the ETIWAN GUANO. Price $40 per ton, If palem?n or before the 1st of
April next, $45 per ton payable 1st November, 1872.
ETIWAN DISSOLVED BOISE.
Averaging from 13 to 20 per cent, of DISSOLVED BOSE PHOSPHATE, and thus enabling the
Planter, by composting, to obtain two tons of half that grade at a saving of ONE-HALF COST AND
FREIGHT. Price $85 per ton, if paid oa or before the 1st of April next, $40 per ton payable lat No?
vember, 1872. * I
KO- Take notice that all these FERTILIZERS are of the highest grade of SOLUBLE PHOSPHATE,
aad mast help for more than one year.
W. C. BEE & CO., General Agents,
dec20-ths:u CHARLESTON, S. C.
OF CHARLESTON, SO. CA.,
Properly appreciating the necessity of fostering the planting interest or the South, resolved In the
outset to errer their FERTILIZERS at a price which would place them within the reach or every
They offer their "SOLUBLE GUANO," a complete Amraonlated Fertilizer, at $45 cash, or $50 on a
credit to the 1st or November next, with approved city acceptance, WITHOUT INTEREST.
The "DISSOLVED PHOSPHATE,'? for composting with Cotton Seed or Stable Manure, ls now
offered at the very low price or $25 cash, cr $80 on credit, a3 above. This ls hlgliiy recommended by
planters who nsed lt last year to their entire satisfaction.
J. D. AIKEN, General Agent.
WM. RAVENEL, President.
ATLANTIC AGIO PHOSPHATE.
Thia Art cie, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction or their
Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, for composting wi: h Cotton Seed, ls now offered at the Reduced
Price of $38 per ton cash, or $31 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Free of la tere.-1.
Orders filled now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1372, or on Time as due.lst Novembej
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagons and Mules are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-4mos BROWS'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
This FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY; undet : he direc?
tion of their Chemist, Dh ST. JULIEN RAVENEL, is now offered td ihe Planting Community AT
TBE VERY REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON C^SH, or SSS PAYABLE 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872;
FREE OF INTEREST.
This FERTILIZER has been very extensively used in this State, and bas given entire satisfaction;
some hf the most practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Gaauo, pound for p und.
All sales made now will be considered as cash oa the 1st of March, 1872, and to those t tying on
time the sale will be considered as due on Lit November. 1S72.
By this arrangement planters will ?e enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Ma iure at a
time when their wagons and mules are idle.
Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHJ TE will be
furnished on application to the Agents.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., General Agents,
dec8-4mos BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
S AR D Y'S
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
_ CASH PRICE AT FACTORY, $45 per ton. Time. ??0.
" PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN GUANO.
O&SB, $50. TIME, $55.
. ACID BONE PHOSPHATE.
CASH, $25. TIME, $30.
GROUND CAROLINA PHOSPHATE
CASH, $15. TJME, $20.
NOVA SCOTIA LAND PLASTER.
. The above-named AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PACIFIC and PHOSPHO-PERUVIAN GUANOS are
rich compounds ol the highest grades o: B.ne Phosphates, rendered soluble and ammonlated with
No. 1 Peruvian Guano and animal matter, making the most concentrated and profitable Fertilizers in
use, combining the ingredients required to pro luce and support the Cotton Plant and Cerear.
While these Fertilizers are warranted to ba kep: up to their high standard, the prices have been
materially reduced ror the present season.
Manufactured and fur sale at Charleston, S. C.. by
JOHN B. SAR DY & SON.
Messrs. G. A. TR FN HOLM A SON, General Agents. Also for sale by Agents throughout the South.
For analyses and certificates send for pamphlet. dec21-thstn3moa
E. PRANK COE S
AMMONIATED BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE,
AND COE'S PURE DISSOLVED BONE.
The above superior FERTILIZERS, admitted by every Planter who has used them to be the best
and most profitable of any of the Commercial Manares, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
much Reduced Prices, ta order that every Planter may be enabled to use them.
Pamphlets containing' the reports of the success of these Fertilizers will be furnished on appli?
cation to the Agents.
The Phosphate li sold at $48 per toa c iah, or $33 per toa payable 1st November, 1872, tree of
The Dissolved Bone at $30 ter ton cash, or $33 per ton nayable 1st November, 18T2, free af
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
decS-lmo3 BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, 8. e. ,
^arbujorc, Otitlctrrj, ?uns, Ut.
HARDWARE, CUTLERY; HUNS, ?G.
-0- ? '
We have just received a fall Stock er English, German and American HARDWARE, consisting in
FINE TABLE AND POCKET KNIVES AND 8CISSORS, OF RODGERS.
WOSTENHOLM ANO OTHER MAKE.
FINE, MEDIUM AND LOW-PRICED MEN AND BOY'S GUNS
HOES, TRAC ES AND AXES.
A F?LL STOCK OF AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, OF MOST APPROVED PATTERNS
We call the attention or Merchants, Planters, and the Public generally, to the above Goods, which
we guara: tee to be all we represent, and will be sold at the lowest figures.
C. KERRISON. Jr., & CO.,
SOUTHWEST CORNER OF MEETING AND HASEL STREETS.
SINGER STILL TRIUMPHANT !
GOLD AND SILVER MEDALS AND DIPLOMA AWARDED TO S LNG ER SEWING MACHINE Af SA?
VANNAH FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1871.
FIRST PREMIUM AT ATLANTA FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOR BEST FAMILY MACHINE
PREMIUM AT THE MACON FAIR, OCTOBER, 1871, FOR FAMILY MACHINE, WITH BEST
AND MOST USEFUL ATTACHMENTS.
FIRST PREMIUM AT THOMASVILLE, NOVEMBER 2,1871, FOR BEST FAMILY MACHINE.
GOLD MEDAL AND THREE SILVER MEDALS AWARDED THE SINGER AT THE AU?
GUSTA FAIR, NOVEMBER, 1871.
EXAMINE OUR MACHINES.
H. D. HAWLEY,
GENERAL AGENT FOR SOUTH CAROLINA, GEORGIA AND FLORIDA.
J. CLARK BEDELL,
novl4-tuthS RESIDENT AGENT, CHARLESTON, S. C.
^CC?^LMOD?AII^ TRAIN. 3 ?
SALE Ol" THE SPARTANBUEG, AND UNI? J
i Persons can attend the sale or the above R> >^
I by leaving Columbia on trie ist cf January n< ?S
THOS. o> Jt, ILK.
dec2fl-3 President S. and U. R. R. Co
(gO UT H CAROLINA RAiLfiO^^
CHARLESTON, s. c., December 28, i87i
On and after SOKDAT, D;cember24, the Passe'
ger Trains on the South Carolina Railroad w
run as rollo wa: \
Leave Charleston.-8.10 A. S
arrive at Angus?......*.4.25 P. ?.
Lsa70 Charleston.8,io A. fc?
Arrive at Columbia..'..A:-.- .. ?.< 5 P. al
. FOB CIIABLJBTOH.
Laave August?.-- ?-Mf K
:mwe at Charleston.p- JJ
L java Columbia.~.7.40 A.M.
Arrrlve at Charleston.v...v?M P. M.
THBOCGH WILMINGTON THAIN.
Leave Angusta.3.00 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.0.C0 A. M.
Leave Ringville.12 30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.0.30 P. IL
AUGUSTA NIGHT AATBSSC.
Laave Charleston._s.ao P. M.
Arrive at Augusta...7.3) A '
Liave Augusta. 0-00T*
Arrive at Charleston.,.1-55,
COLUMBIA MIOUT IXTBSSA }
(SundayB excepted,) i
Arrive at Oolnrnbla.e.*
Lave Columbia._. u
Arrive st Charleston....7.
SmiJiaaVILLE TBADi. M
Leave Summerville at.;.7.**
Arrive at Charleston at........8.4
Leave Charleston at.3.31
Arrive at Summerville at.4.4ft
OAVDX." Sft?2iOH. X,
L?ave Camden...... 6.15V
Arrive at Columbia:.io ol
L?ave Columbia.1.45 hr
Arrive at Camden_tr?~....*..?.25?^~
Day and Night Tr^^a make close connecta
a- Angusta wun Georgia Railroad and Qjkr i ?
Railroad, an i wUh Charlotte, Colombia sr \ I
gusta Rallro?d'.o points North. v- v -
Mght Train counects with Macon and AtsVflQtw
Columbia N?ft ht Train con nesta with Green v.kt 5*
and Columbia Railroad. JJ
Camden Train connects at Ringville daily (exflj
cept Sundays) with Day Passenger Train, ?ad^
rona through to Columbia and returns on MOS'
days, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
A L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PICKENS. G. T. A_ lan? -
(fto.let ir?? italics ?o bs.
JEAN MARIE FARINA'S,
AND ? >\
* ? ' ' ' * V
AIM AR'S PREMIUM
Corner King and Vander*
iTJatcli?B, Jemtirrj, Ut.
Jg A L L , BLACK & JD a. j
NOS. 665 and 667 BROADWAY, N. Y., ' J
offer for the HOLIDAYS the most complete an< j
best selected assortment or -the following Good
to be found In the city: jflB
DIAMOND AND GOLD JEWELRY M
Watches for Ladles and Gent lerne-WH
Sterling Sliver Table Ware
Bronzes, Antique and Modern SM
Marble and Bronze Clocks
FANCY OOO-DS GE N E R AL L 1
ENTIRELY NEW STOCK J
AT THE - pl
Under the Masonic Arch, /?
No. 289 King street.^^
THOMAS & LANNEAU^^
S. THOMAS, JR. WM. S. LANN^ f
nov2 t ft
- ? \
PUT UP IN CASES, SPECIAL!
SUITABLE FOR >
FINE WATCHES A SPECIALTY, AJ^
No. 307 KINO 8TREy
deoo-stutnamoa Z *