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The Charleston Cotton? Ric? and Naval
OFFICE CHARLESTON NBWS, - \
SATUBOAT ETSNIKQ, February 10,1872. f i
COTTON.-There TOB a better demand at firmer
rates early m the day, but the market afterwards
became quiet and dnu. Sales 500 bales, viz : 2 at
so, 8 at 20s-, 4Tat 20fi, 103 at 20?i, 15 at 21,16 at
21K, 142 at 21K, 44 at 21*. 66 at 22. We quote :
Ordinary to good ordinary.20,?i@2i >i
S tri ct middling.nominal.
RICK.-The market for this grain exhibited a
strong character. Sales abont 300 tierces of clean
Carolina, viz : io tierces at 7Kc, 45 at 7K, ill at
7% io at 8 3-ls, 02 on private terms; we quote
common to fair at G,V@Tgood 7Xa8c.
NAVAL STORES.-There were no sales reported.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct, nomi?
nal on uplands, nommai on Bea Ulanda; via New
Tork, Xd on uplands, ld on sea islands; by sall,
11-32? ?i< J on uplands, on sea islands nominal. To
Havre lo on nplanda Coast wise-to New Tork by
?team Mo on uplands and lc on. sea islands ; $2 ?
rtlerce in rice; by Ball ?ic on cotton; - <p tierce |
<on rice; 40c ?? barrel on rosin; $7@8 9 M on lam
Oer; $9@:o ?ll on timber. To Boston, by sall
Kc H lb on upland cotton. To Providence, "by
a .ni $? ? Mon boards, ^of tb on cotton; by
*team$l * bala on New York rates. To Phila?
delphia, by steam Ko $ m on uplands; by sall, $7
.? M'on boards; ss on timber; $3 j>er ton en clay,
?aad$3a$3 ?0 on phosphates. To Baltimore, by
steam Kelt Bs'by sall, $6 50@7 ?Kon boards;
sa@ 3 25 3 ton on phosphate rock. Vessels are In
demand by our me r ch an ta to take lumber r reign ta
from. Georgetown, s. c., Darlen and satilia?River,
Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports,
and $io?i2 M are the rates on lamber and
EXCHANGE.-Sterling SO day bills 18K@18K
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banka . are pur?
chasing sight checks at Kc discount.
markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, February io.
Noon.-Consols 92. Bonds 91K.
FRANKFORT, February io.
Noon.-Bonds 95jf. '
PARIS, February 10.
Noon.-Rentes 66f S2c.
Nrw TORR, February io.
Noon.-Stocks steady. Governments quiet
Money Arm at 6a7. Gold strong at 10X> Ex?
change, long 9K; short 9K* Freights steady.
Evening.-Money sae. sterling 9,\'a9>i. Gold
lQKalOK. Governments closed strong and ac?
tiva New South Carolinas-January and July
fcsue-large sales at 84Ka85K. The statement j
made by tbe Governor of South Carolina lu re?
gard to the total amount of the debt was proba?
bly the occasion of ibis risa Balance of the Hat
duli. Bank atatement: Loans Increased two and
seven eighths millions; specie decreased two and
three-quarter millions; deposits Increased- one
eighth or a million; legal tenders increased a
trBla Freights firmer.
NRW ORLKAN. , February io.
Sterling lax- Sight KaK discount. Gold 11,
> COTTON MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, Febrna-y 10.
Noon.-Cotton opened Arm; uplands UkillKd,
Orleans ll Kail Kd.
Later.-Cotton unchanged; sales 12 ooo bales; 1
speculation and export 4000; near.y due from
New Orleans llKd;Savannah or charleston ll,vd.
Nsw TORR, February 10.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; uplands 23Kc, Orleans
23?c; sales 223 bales. Sales of cotton last eve?
ning for future deUvery 7160 bales, as follows:
February, 22>ic March, 22X, 22 nie, 22v.
2213 16, 22K. 23C AnrU.,.23, 23116C, 23*. 23 3-16.
23K, 23 5 16, 23*0. May,'.3*, 23 3-18, 23e.
Evening.-Cotton nominal; sales 1202 bales; up?
lands 23KC, Orleans- 23>ic Sales or cotton rutnres
to-dey, 10,200 bales, as follows: February 22V
22K; March 23, 22K. 22 15-16, 22K. 2213-16; April
23K, 2S 5 16. 23?, 23K? May 23 9-19,23K, 23K, 2SK?
June 23K, 23 9-16. - '
BoiTON, February io.
Cotton atrong; 'mlddlt gs 23Ka23Kc; net xe
cetpta 123 bales; gross 490; sales 400; s oes: soco
PHILADELPHIA, February 10.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23j?a28Kc
BALTIMORE, February 10.
Cotton quiet and Arm; middlings 22X&23C; net
receipts 292 bales; gross 343; exports coastwise
43; sales 296; stock 2790. v
. " NORFOLK, February 10.
Cotton firmer; low middling 22a22?ic; net re?
ceipts 911 bales; exports coastwise 127: sales 160:
WILMINGTON, February 10.
Cotton firm; middlings 22>;c; net receipts 315
bales; exports coastwise 610; sales 46; stock
SAVANNAH, February 10. I
Cotton quiet, and holdere Arm; middling* 2lkc,
net receipts 1822 bales; exprrts to Great Britain
1235; to Havre 2947; coastwise 670; sales 1300:
AUGUSTA. February 10.
Cotton was quiet during the day, and closes
dull and nominal, with sellers asking 21 ?ic for
Live/pool middling, but buyers not Inclined to
offer more than 2iKa2iKc Receipts 491 bales;
MEMPHIS, February 10.
Cotton firm; middlings 22Ka22Kc; net receipts
MoNTQosiEKY, February 10.
Receipts of the weet 625 bales: ahlpmeata lioi:
stock in 1871,10,500 bales; 1872, 7615.
MOBILE, February 10.
Cotton nominal; middlings 22c: net receipts
2182 balea; sales 400; stock ?6,709.
NKW ORLEANS. February io.
Cotton firm; middlings 22;;c; net receipts
'6388 bales; gross 6238; exports to Great Britain
S323; to Havre 3337; to Barcelona 460; sales 4600;
: BtOOk 247,350.
GALVESTON, February 10.
Cotton steady: good 01 dinarr 200; nee receipts
-SO86; exports to Great Britain 654; sales 500; stock
PROVISIONS AND PROD rcs MARKETS.
LONDON, February 10.
Noon.-Sugar afloat sos. ?"^1
? NBW TORR, February 10.
Noon.-Flour quiet and firm. Wheat less ex?
cited sud nominally unchanged In price. Corn
quiet and firm. Port doll and heavy; newness
$14 12X*I4'26. Lard nncanged at OjiBOKc. TUN
Dentine firm at sOaSOKo. Rosin Arm at $4 55a
4 60for strained.
?vening.-Flour qntet and unchanged. Wheat
? a Bhade easier. Corn Inactive and unchanged.
Pork heavy; new mai4 25. Navala quiet and
very firm. Groceries In fair reqnesr.
Nsw ORLEANS, February ia
Sugar quiet; inferior 6a7?c; common 7>?a8c;
ralr to fully lair 6?ia9Xc; prime to Btrlctly prime
emalee. Molasses In good demand and supply
iignt: inferior 30a35c; cora mon S5a40c; CentMrugal
S?a4Sc ; fair 45a46c; prime to strictly prime 48a53c
CoAee quiet at 20a22Kc
BALTIMORR, February lo.
Flour active and very Arm and favors sellers.
Wheat Armer. Corn quiet. OatsS2a54c. Rye Kia
105. Provisions steady. Whiskey 95a9">>?c.
CINCINNATI, February 10.
Flour m fair demand; family $7 20a7 85. Corn
steady. Pork quiet and unchanged at $12 25.
Lard8Ka9Kc Bacon drooping; shoulders 6?c;
sides7?ic Whiskey 86a87c.
. - LOUISVILLE, Ftbrnary io.
Bagging Arm at 14al5c Flour active; family
$6 50. Corn active at ase. Provisions steady.
Whiskey 87c _r
Rio Janeiro markets.
From Joseph M. Wright A Co.'a Market Report,
dated Rio de Janeiro, 12th January, 1872: since
oar respects or (he 23d ult. the desle?a have ad
advanced their pretensions 600@6CO rs per arroba,
which has naturally restricted business. Aa we
have been rassing through the season or holidays
on the plantations, oar receipts nave been re?
duced to an average or about 3750 bags per day,
bat they are now expected to Increase again.
The total sales since 231 ult. rave been 48,loo
bags, of which 34,600 bags for the United States,
12,700 bags fur the Channel and Non h cf Europe.
400 bags ror the Medltteranean, and 400 bags lor
otber pointa. 1 he stock ls estimated at 160.000 to
We have advices from Santos to loth instant.
Since the 20th ultimo 26,650 bags has changed
hands at gradually increasing prices, the later
eales having been made on tbe basis of 3$ soo for
- Machina superiors. Of these parchases, aa far SB
we can ascertain, about 8000 rags were for the
United Statea. Receipts had fallen off to about
1200 bags per day; the stock was 45,000 bags. A
good cargo could not be, bought under 8$600,
equal at tnree per cent commission, at exchange
24Kd, to 73s ed uer cwt, and at 109 per cent to
16.90c per lb on beard.
Savannah Market-Weekly Report.
" HAVANNAH, February 8.
COTTON.-The receipts during the week have
amounted to 14 978 bales uplasd against 25,670
bales for the corresp ndlng week last year; sea
Islande, 166 bales against 1267 bales lor the cor?
responding week last year. The market closed
quiet at 22c for middling, 20>?a2OJ?c for low mid?
dling, and 20Xc for good ordinary. The correa
pondlng week la*tyear closed quiet at 14Kal4jic
.for middling, l4al4Xc ror low middling, and 13^c
lor good ordinary. The atock on hand at the
-close or the market ye terday was 77 082 bales un
.land, and 1498 bales sea tsland.
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-There has been a good
demand for sea Islands this week, and some 375
(bales have been sold. Prices are without change
and we repeat the quotatlrraa or our Issue of 1 he'
2d Instant : Medinm Floridas 45a50; medium fine
?5a60; Ane 65a70. The qualities above Ane are
rarely to be seen In our market, and when offered
?ia lom of one to two and three bags only.
BBCEIPTS.-The receipts at this port Tor the
past week have bsen 14,978 bales of upland and
166 bags sea Island, from the following sources:
Central Railroad 11,094 bales upland, Atlantic and
Gulf Railroad 2119 bales npian 1, augusta boats
1026 bales upland, Florida boats 128 bags sea
Island and 214 bales upland, wagons and coasters
49 bales upland and 40 bags sea Island, Alt amana
river boats 476 balas upland.
EXPORTS.-The exporta for the week save been
6920 bales npland and 12 baga sea Island, aa fol?
lows: Liverpool 2664 bales upland, New York 2642
bales np lani and 10 bags sea Island, Philadelphia
714 bales upland and 2 oags sea island.
. New York Naval Stores Market.
KEW YORK. February 10.
The Dally Bulletin says: Receipts to-day 187
bbls rosin and 9 bbls spirits terpentine, spirits
I turpentine ls again excited and rapidly advanc
I lng. with a fair business done, closing very strong
at 30a8i?, and some holders even asking 82c
Sales 600 bbls at 79a80c, 76 bbls at so >ic 60 bbls to
arrive at 80c, and loo bbls lo Kew York at 8oj?c.
Rosina are held a shade higher to-day at $166a
4 66 for common to good strained, $4 "Oat 90 for
No 2, $5ai 60 for Ko 1, $7a8 Tor pale, and $8 50al0
for extra pale. Sales of 160 bbls good strained at
$4 oo, 130 bbls strained at $4 50, and 1000 bbls on
private term0. Tar ls quiet but Arm. Pitch ls
j V'! A
New York Coffee Market. ' ' j
NBW TOBK, February 10.
The Dally Bulletin says: The market ls again
fairly active to-day. The demand from the trade
la more urgent, and holders are more disposed'to
realize, without reference to influences which
have for some time past been considered potent
In the market. In fact, the inclination ls to re?
duce the current large stock of Rio, and as the
trade of city and country la nearly bare of sup?
plies, there ls much less trouble In agreeing upon
prices than there has been for some time. Still,
invoices are more salable than cargoes-a feature
of the market ihat ls not without .ta significance
at this time. The sales of Rio have been: ?ooo
bags per Erie at 18c. 600 do per steamer Booth
America at 18Xc. both gold In bond; 908 do and
324 do by steamer Sonth America, on private
terms. In other coffees we hear of no Important
business, and prices nominally unchanged. We
quote-Bio, gold, In bond, as follows: Ordinary car?
goes 16KC, fair do 17, goodjdo 17&, prime do l8>i.
New York Rice Market.
KEW YORK. February 9.
The Dally Bulletin says: The Jobbing demand
waa very light, and the aggregate business not
worth recording, but we notice the sale of a Une
or 60 casks prime Carolina at 8Xe.
NEW YORE, February 10.
The Dally Bulletlo say8: The market lavery
quiet and prices nominally unchanged. Stocks
are only moderate... but the demand ls slow,
owing to the difficulty and expense or delivering
goods. Jobbing transactions are reponed; 6.ya
Ixe for Carolina and 6&a7c for Rangoon.
BOSTON, February 7.
! COFFEE.-This article is held with considerable
firmness as there is a very confident feeling that
prices must mle higher, but the trade are pur?
chasing only tn small lots aa wanted." The trans
ac: iona Include 1000 mats Java at 23)?a25c gold;
2a300 pockets singapore 2to, and la200 baga Rio
I9,va22j4c per lb gold. A lot or 600 bags Cape haa
been resold on private terms, and we quote st.
Domingo and Cape at HtfalSo per lb gold, in
pond. . i
: COTTON.-The market lor cotton ls very Arm
and a considerable advance haa taken place the
past week, under the Influence of hlghsr prices at
Liverpool and a falling off In receipts at Southern
ports. There ls more or lesa speculative Inquiry,
but manufacturers are purchasing only In small
lots as wanted. We quote sales of ordinary at
S0?a2lc; good ordinary at 21J?a22,>i, low mid?
dling at 22Xa23Xc and middling at 23%&23%c
per lb, including uplands and Galt. The market
at the close ls rather unsettled but Arm.
DOMESTICS-We notice a better demand for all
seasonable styles of both cottons and woollens,
and prices- are Arm and well sustained, with a
confident feeling (bat prices must rule high for
lome time to come, as the cost or production haa
been considerably increased by the advance in
cotton and wool.
I GUNNY BAOS -We have only to notioe salea of
20 bales heavy at l6?o, currency. The Block ls
generally held at iee
I GUNNY CLOTH.-This article ls quite firm, with
an active demand, and prices have further ad
?anced. The sales comprise 600 bales Calcutta at
6Xc currency, and 6000 rolla domestic at lea
16XC, prompt delivery, and 17al8c per yard for
; NAVAL STORKS.-Splrlt9 turpentine has rapidly
advanced and ls quite scarce, with sales at 82a
63c per gallon. Tar, rosin and pitch are held
Arm and In small lots command full prices.
[ BICE.-The market la quiet, with small sales of
Carolina nt 8>?a9>?c for common and choice, Ran?
goon at 6Ji a/IMC, and Patna at 7#c
GEORGETOWN, February 8.
COTTON-bales arrived since last report, and
sold at from 18X to i9>a'c We quote from 18 to
20 cents per pound.
TIMBER-Thia article arrives slowly. Sales this
week or 200 sticks, and sold from 8 to 16c. A
good article, well gotten np, In demand, and
would command high Agurea.
TURPENTINE-Virgin $5 so ; yellow $5 50 ; fine
White scrape $3 80 ; second quality $3 25.
Augusta Market-Weekly Review.
AUGUSTA, February 9.
COTTON.-Our market during the past week has
been less active than daring the week previous.
Prices, however, have been steady and holders
Arm, and in some instances asking an advance,
while buyers were unwilling to accede to their
views, cons quently the business ol the week bas
been somewhat limited, as there has been but
little variation in prices during tbe week. At the
opening the current figures were 2is'a2l>ic and
at the close we And nommai at 2ia2i>?o. Sales or
the week amount to 2711; receipts 8318 bales.
Stock on hand September 1,1871. 2,648
Receipts since to date. 118,950
Exports and home consumption.105,093
Stock on han . this day (February 9,1872). 16,412
! Total. 121,508
Receipts last season to February 8, 1871....160,771
Receipts present season to date, February
Difference in favor ?rtast y ear.81,811
I Columbus Cotton Harket.
COLUMBUS, February 9.
1 Harket dull and nominal; buyers oder no high?
er than the following nominal figures; holders
will not sell for less than no higher; sales only 18
bales: Ordinary 19c; good ordinary 20c; low mid?
dling 21c; middlings 21 >ie ; sales of the week 2278
bales; week's receipts 619 bales, against sol the
previous one, and 1989 the corresponding week
last season ; shipments 1131. '
WEBE LY STATEMENT.
Stock on band August 31,1871. 1,650
Received past week. 619
Received previously.34,130- 34.749
: Total.+ 36,299
Shipped past week.LUI
Shipped previously....25,315- 26,446
On the week the stock has decreased 612.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, February 9.
Sales or cotton to-day 44 bales; mldnllng ujfo.
ORANGEBUKG, February 9.
Sales or cotton during the week 128 bale?; we
quote ordinary 19c, low middling 20>ic, middling
ANDERSON, February 7.
Sales of cotton for the weekmding to-day 134
bales. Prices this altemoon range from 20 to 21 -? c.
i i CAMDEN, February 8.
Cotton sold m this market yesterday at 2l%c
Ipr middlings * - *
UNION, February 8.
: Sales or cotton during the week 30 bales; mar?
ket opened on Monday at 20c; closed to day at 20c.
MONTGOMERY, February 0.
. . Our market ls dull and nominal, as follows:
Good ordinary 21c, strict good ordinary UKe. low
1 middlings 21 Vc, middlings 120.
I Receipts per Railroad, February IO.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
907 bales cotton, 34 bales gooda, 60 bbla naval
stores, 199 casks clay. To Railroad A. en', A 8
Smith. L D DeSausaure, Pelzer, Kodgers A co,
Kinsman 4 Howell, Trenholm A Son. Mowry A
Son, Frost, Adger 4 bo, G Foll?n. W Gurney, W P
Dowling, a B Mulligan, G W Williams A co. Gall
lard A Mlnott, W B Smith A co, W c Bee A co. W
K Ryan, Lowndes A Grlmball, Wlas A co, Witte
Bros, Goldsmith & S n, W Roach A co.
32 bales upland cotton, 50 bbls naval Btores,
cars lumber, wood, rongh rice, corn, peas, mdse,
Ac. To Frost. Adger A co, Whdden A Jones, W
K Ryan, Caldwell A Son, Quackeobush. Estin A
co, PrlDgle A Son, W C Bee A co, G W Williame A
co, Kinsman A Howell, stoney A Lowndes, H
Buiwlnkie A co, Pelaer, Rodgers A co. ?lowry &
Son, W c Courtenay A co. Barden A Parker. T a
Boag, T Stenhou8e, F Kl ntwonh, F W Pieper, J O
Mallonee, E Weill cg, Railroad Agent, and others.
POUT CA.LKXVAR. ?.
Last Quarter, 2d 4 hours, so minutes, morning.
New Moon 8Mi, 8 hours 32 minutes, ever lng.
First Quarter, 16th, 1 hour, 6 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 24th, 5 hours, 37 mluutes, muming.
R. a B.
Per steamship Cham Dion, from: New
6 W Olney and wife, Miss E O Olney, Mist
Tarlton, Miss M R Baker, K Niennirowltz
Ostrom, Geo A Whltmarsh, Wm B Brown
Davis, J Campbell and wife, O W Whittle
wife, Miss M Drew, Mrs Dr Flanders, ant
Per steamer Water Lily, from Ed late
prise and Way Landings-F Richards, V
kins, W S Edlngs.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetowr
D H Mlscally, Dr Ely and wife, Miss Chlso
A T carr, two Misses C?rr, A M Hamby,
.gan, O L Middleton, W L Dawson, W Sin
I Bourke, Mr McFaddln.A M Parker, E a
and 13 deck.
j ; MARINE NEWS.
'(.at 88 deg 40 min83 sec. | Lon7?deg67mi]
i ARRIVED SATURDAY.
; Sehr Ann S Deas. Garbattt. West Point M
tierces rice. To W 0 Bee ft co.
Steamer Emilie. White, Georgetown,
235 tierces rice, mdse and sundries. To
elford A Kelly, James R Pringle A Son, 0
Wm C Bee A co, Terry A Nolen, G F Wilsc
Thurston, Plnckney Bros, N Emanuel, J S
Cohen, Hanckel ft co, E P Toome, F A A co
j Steamer Marlon, Adair, Santee River. 15
cotton, 316 bbls naval stores, loo baga pei
mdse.- To Ravenei, Holmes ft co, Frost, A
co Pelzer, Rodgers A co, G H Walter ft co,
Caldwell A Son, T P Smith, G W Williams .
D Stoney, Reeder A Davis, W 0 Dukes A c
Bee A co, G H Ingraham ft Son, Pringle ft
Colcock A co, A s Smith, L E Connor ft Soi
Boyle, H Wagner, Ravenei Ss co, Jas Wile;
Gaillard ft Minott, Barden A Parker, F Ra
0 Warley, Whllden ft Jones, Kinsman ft Ho
S Martin, Wagener A Moasees, Howard A
C Rantin, H W Mollenhaner, rennick A T
and J A smythe.
1 Steamer Water Lily, Togllo, Edlsto, Entei
Rockville, and Way Landings. 29 baits Bea
cotton, mdse and sundries. To D Nisbet,
Bros, John Colcock A co, Fraser A Dill,
Pherson, W Gnrney, R Roper, Street Bros A
A Boyle, Stoney A Lowndes, W C Bee ft co,
Ogren, W Jenkins, and others.
' Received from Ohlsotm's Mill. 45 tiercel
To R Roper and t N Thurston.
" m m ARRIVED YESTERDAY. .
i Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New*?
left ?th inst. Mdse. To James Adger ft ci
Railroad Agent, N E Railroad Agent, Son
Express co, J Apple, J E Adger ft co, A M i
Adams, Damon A co, D A Amme, S P Alston
Ahrens St co. Wm 0 Bee ft co, B Boyd, T M B
ft co, W M Bird ft co, E Bates ft co, Dr H Bi
Bart ft co, Cameron, Barkley ft co. L Char
Boll, E F Benedict, J E Britton, D E Bennett
Bedford, W s Bisseil, H Bischoff ft co, A Bi
Held, Henry Cobla ft co. W H Ohafee ft co, C
Boylston ft co, Carrington, Thomas ft co,
Cater, Dewie, Moise ft Davis, Douglas ft Mille
Duval ft Son, Forsyth, Mccomb ft co, Furcl
Benedict ft co, D F Fleming ft co, W 0 Fora
I Falk, H Gerdts ft co, Hart ft co. F S Holm
L Gnlllemln, W Hunt, W R Hoyt, Lt J 0 Has
Holmes1 Book House, W Jacobs, Jaeger Bros,
Johnson, P F Murray, Fletcher ft Gurney
Riep, Johnston, Crews ft co, T Kelly, H Kia
eo, Kllnck. Wlckenberg ft co. Kinsman ft Ho
Kinsman Bros, chas Kerrison. G W King, J
Linley. Knobe och ft Small, PB Lalane ft*c
Matthlessen, S R Marshall ft co, Mentone i
McLov ft Rice, Menke ft Muller, Jno. G Mila
R Martin, Wm McKay, A Nimitz, T S NlpBoo
F O'Neill, B O'Neill. N M Porter, C P Poppenl
D Pani ft co, 0 FPanknlu, Dr A Raoul, J RI
F RicharJs, Ravenei ft co, C U Sheppard, Chi
Scheibe, Chas Schnell, Quackenbusb, Estin <
E Scott, E B Stoddard ft co, A O Stolbrand,
Sear ft co, J E Smith, F Soubeyroux, R Thoi
son A co, Phillp Wlneman ft co, S Tnomso
Trlest, A R Tyler, Walker. Evans ft cogawi
H West. 0 F Wleters, Tiedeman, Calder ft i
Wiley ft co, Sam'l H Wilson ft Bro, W L W
Wilcox. Gibbs ft co, R Wing, Wagener ft Mom
A S WUllngton ft co, Wm J Yates, S Yeadon,
' Sehr Montana, Parker, Boston via Vine
Haven-12 days. Mdse. To M Goldsmith ft
D H-sncox, F 0 Rehkofl, Railroad Agent, H Kl
A ?a, G W Almar. G-W Williams ft co, R Whi
a wilson ft Bro, Klmck, Wiokenberg A co, Gi
Lbcke, P P Locke, Kinsman St Howell, WSW
Order and others. .
Sehr Jesse Hart. 2d, Hart, New York-10 d
Guano. To Order.
Bohr J P Allen; Clement, Rookport, Me-9 d
Lime. To A McCobb. Jr, Olney ft co.
Sehr J Truman, Gibbs, Attakapas, La-8 d
Sogar and molasses. Tu T Tupper ft Sons.
Steamer Planter, Cordes, Peedee River
Georgetown, S O. 877 bales cotton, 32 tes cl
rice, 36 bags rough rice, 100 bales hay. and i
dries. To Ravenei, Holmes A co, J M Oaldwc
Sons. T P Smith. Mowry ft Sor, Frost, Adg<
co, Witte Bros, Reeder ft Davis, G W Wini an
co, G H Walter ft co, A J Salinas, W O Bee ft c
Hanckel, Barden ft Parker, W K Ryan, Chis
Bros, Shackelford ft Kelly,"aud Order.
IN THE OFFING.
A schooner unknown.
steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New Y
-James Adger & co.
Steamship Guir Stream, Hunter, Phlladelp
-W A Courtenay.
Steamship Falcon, Haynie, Baltimore -F
Sehr Mary H Stockham, Cordery, Baltimore
-Georgetown, S c-u F Baiter ft co.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood. New Yo
Steamship Gulf Stream, Hunter, Phlladelphl
Steamship Falcon. Haynie. Baltimore.
British ship Mnscongus, Gove-, Liverpool.
Norwegian bark Eldorado, Thomasen, Londi
Norwegian bark Bamlngja, Birklank, Genoa.
Sehr Benj Reed, Adams, Brunswick, Ga.
Behr J U Hancock, Crowell, Boston.
Steamer City Point, McMillan, Pal at ka, via Jae
son ville. Fernandina and Savannah.
British bark Stormy Petrel, Dick, Cork and
FROM THIS PORT.
Brig.Minnie Abby, Harding, at Boston. 8
Behr Mary E Mangham, Beveridge, at Baracc
UP FOB THIS PORT.
Brig Wm H Parks, Williams, at New York, 6
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Sea Gull. Dutton, at Baltimore. 9
Sehr Lucy D-. Hall, at Boston, February 7.
Sehr Carrie E Woodbury, Wooabury, at Ne
York, February 8.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, from Ne
York, February 10.
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, from Phlladelphl
\ MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YOBS. February io.
Arrived, steamships City or Washington at
PORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C.
Sehr Woodhull, Davis, rrom New York, 1st Fe'
Sehr Mary, Gilchrist, from New Bedford, li
Steamer Gov Worth, Worth, from Savannah, ft
a harbor, 2d February.
? Sehr K V Glover, Ingersoll, from New York, 4t
Sehr M J Adams, Gilchrist, from New York, c
Sehr Jas R Fl-iyd,-, rrom New York, 5t
Sehr L Warren, Roberts, Tur Elizabeth City, N (
sehr Lilian, Davis, for Beaufort, N C, 1st Fe)
Sehr Ridgewood, Derrlckaen, for New York, 2
Brig: Chas Wesley, Griffin, for Guadeloupe, W :
Steamer Gov Worth, Worth, for Wilmington, 1
C, 8<l February.
Hchr susan Wright, Mount, ror New York, wit
naval atores, 6th February.
BUOYS WANTKD.-Officers of vessels using s
Helena and Nonti YAMO bars are complain!^
uountanily or Ww atme-icc or some or the moat Im
portant buoys st these places. Some or the buoy
have been wanting ?Ince September last, an
their Immediate replacement ls demanded by th
htgbrst Interest ol commerce and the safety o
the UVCH or crews and passengers. The prope
oui coi H will p ease lake note of this.
The captain of the sehr Julia A Garrlaon, whlcl
arrived herc on Friday from Philadelphia, report
having apoken on the 2d Inst, lu the Gulf Stieum
near cape Lookout, the sehr David G Babcock, o
Thom aston, Me, rrom Galveston ror New York
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED ANO SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Nautilus, Spencer, up.Jan i
Br ship Magdala. Black, uo.oct 2;
Nor bark Draupner, Iogoldseu, cl'd.Jan f
ibe SoeBkummeren, Weatergaard, sl'd.oct 11
TheAnevoca Williams, up.Janie
Br bark Lucy, Jones, cleared.Jan l(
The Avondale, Adams, up.Jan ie
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed. -
The Lalla, Goudy, Balled.Jan 1
Br bark Harvest Home, Dickey, sailed.Jan 18
The Carl N Dobeln, Steuan, sailed.Jan 10
Sehr Henrietta, Burnett, cleared..Dec 8
Steamship Monticello, Ludlow, up.Jan 27
Sehr Ohas Comery, Piokham, cleared.Jan 15
Sehr John Slnsman. Adams, np.Feb 1
Sehr Lacy D-, Hall, cleared.Feb 7
Behr Mabel Hall -, sailed.Jan 18
Steamship South-Carolina. Beckett, sall'J. .Feb 10
Brig w H Parks, Williams, np....Feb 8
Sehr C E Woodbury, Woodbury, cleared....Feb 8
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, up.Feb 6
Sehr M A Tyler, Tyler, cleared.Feb 2
Sehr Ella M Pennell. Mitchell, cleared.Feb 3
Scbrlda Birdsall, Johnson, cleared...Feb 3
Steamship Virginia, Hnnter, sailed.Feb 10
Sehr G c Morrl9, Endicott, cleared.Jan 25
Behr E A Hooper, Hooper, cleared.Jan 23
Steamship Sea Gall. Dutton, cleared.. ....Feb 9
Sehr Ellas Moore, DeOroot. cleared.Feb 8
Sehr Harriet Baker. Webber, up.Jan 4
Sehr Daylight, McFadden, cleared.Jan 25
Sehr M?toaka, Fooks, cleared.Jan 20
OR L I VE E.POOL
The Ship "EDITH," Hilton, Master, re-^a
quires 500 bales Citron to complete cargo,SB
and will sall with dispatch.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
: febio Accommodation Wharf.
The First-class American Ship EDDY- JJ?
STONE, Charles C. Park, Master, uavlngSBHj
large engagements, will meet with prompt dis
patch. For balance or engagements, apply to
J A. ENSLOW A CO., Ship Brokers,
' Janl8-mwf . _No. 141 East Bay.
OR LIV ERPOOL
' Thc First-class German Bark EDUARD,
Captain Halberstadt, having a portion or__
her cargo engaged, andhelDg of small capacity,
will have dispatch. For Freight engagements
apply to HENRY . CARD.
I feb? Accommodation Wharf.
, The Norwegian Bark? COLONIST, Basra- _Jt*
md, Master, WIS have dispatch for the SOBt
above port. For Freight, apply to
R. T. WALKER, Boyce A Co.'s wharf,
jpiO E. ^ LIVERPOOL.
The Orst-class British Ship JULIA, Baker JBL?
Master, having a portion or her cargo en- SBft
gaged, willean with dispatch. .
For Freight engagements apply to
febl - ROBERT MURE A CO.,
jpro R NEW YORK.
ON TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13TH, AT
HALF-PAST ll O'CLOCK A. M.
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
. The Splendid New Iron Side Wheel Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell, Commander, will sall ror
New York on TUESDAY, 13th February, at half-past
ll o'cloc? A?M., rrom Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills or Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS A GUION STEAM LINE. To Genoa,
Trieste, Naples, Leghorn, Christiania, Gotten
burg, and to Glasgow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New Enirland Cities as usual,
^nsuranoe by Steamers or this lane * per cent.
For Freight or Paaaage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. No. 26 Broad street,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
THE PHUADELPHIA IRON STEAM
TOE FIRST-CLASS "IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter.
Are now regularly on the Line, insuring a first
class sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and In alliance with 'Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation
to and from all points In the Cotton States, and
co and from Cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities or the Northwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Mannfaccnrlng Cen?
aarThe VIRGINIA ls appointed to sail from
Brown's wharf, on FRIDAY, 16th February, at ll
o'clock A. M. ?
?-The steamship GULF STREAM wm rollow,
For particulars of Freight, arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTESY, Union Wharves.
W. P. GLYDE A CO., General Agents, No. 12
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia
.febio . _._
T-iOR LIVERPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN.
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one or their Ant-class, foll powei
lion Screw Steamships from_____. "
PIER No. 46 N. R.. EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Office No. 29 Broadway) $80,
currency. . .
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
No. 63 Wau street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Lading to Liverpool lsiraed
Dy the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with the above Une.
For particulars ^*^TSV?$*
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.,
maye or WH. A. COURTENAY.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPY'S
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above Une leave Pier
No. 42, North Fiver, font of Canal^lv??K
street, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or me l&in
and so tu or every month except when these
dates Tallon Sunday, then the Saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for South Paclflc and Cential American ports.
Departure or 15th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, ateamers leave San Fran
cisco flrst or every month, except when lt ralla on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California ateamers touch at Havana, but go
direct rrom New York to Aapluwall.
One hundred pounds bwage tree to each adult.
Medicine and attendance rree.
For Passage Ticken or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the wharf
foot or Canal stree:, North River, New York.
Julv26-lyr F. R. HABY, Agent.
TIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers
CITY POINT.'..Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AB FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TCKSOAY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
Theae Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for St. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
steamer Starlight Tor Mellonvllle, Enterprlae, and
all landings OB upper st. Johns; ani at Palatka
with ateamers for the Oklawaha River.
Close connection ls made with steamships
at Cedar Keys ror New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention or freights to
New Orleans, and at lowest rates.
For Freight or Passage, having Aret-claas aa
commodationB, apply to
RA VENE L A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorat'a wharr and Vast Bay.
Through Billa or Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio ror Darlen, Brunswick,
Satina River, and all lntermedla<e landings
Freights ror these points must be prepaid here.
TO THE PLANTEESTOP THE SOUTH !
KINSMAN Sc HOWELL,
AGENTS FOR THE SOUTHERN STATES.
THE ATTENTION OF SOUTHERN PLANTERS IS INVITED TO THE FOLLOWING NAMED FIRST
CLASS FERTILIZER?, which have been used throughout tho Southern States fer the past, fifteen
years with success :
H. PRESTON & SON'S
AMMONIAT?D BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
COMPOSED OF BONES, SULPHURIC ACID, POTASH AND PEEUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, 945; TIBIE!, 550.
AMMONIATED SOLUBLE PHOSPHATID GUANO,
COMPOSED OF NAVASSA GUANO, BONES, SULPHURIC AOID, POTASH AND PERUVIAN GUANO.
CASH, 846 j TLME.850.
ALL OF THE ABOVE FERTILIZERS ARE MADE FROM THE BEST AND FINEST MATERIALS
tobe procured. The proportions of each of the ingredients are such as to produce powerful and
active Fertilizers. For Plantera' Certificates and Analysis send to
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
Jan29-mwf2mos_ WO. 128 EAST BAY, CHARLESTON, S. C.
M .A. IVE S'S
NITEOGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME.
i ? THE OLDEST SUPERPHOSPHATE MANUFACTURED IN THIS COUNTRY.
TERMS REDUCED TO $15 CASH-$50 Ol? TIME. PAYMENT SOVEMBER1, 18723
- COMPOSED OF BONES, POTASH, PHOSPHAT10 GUANO, CONCENTRATED ANIMAL AMMO?
NIACAL Matter and Sulphuric Acid.. No Salt, Salt Cake, Nitre Cake, Plaster, nor Adulterant or
Absorbent of any kind used. Factory open for Inspection at all times.
NINETEEN YEARS OF PRACTICAL EXPERIENCE,
INTRODUCED IN 1852....PATENTED DECEMBER 2?, 186?
QUICK, ACTIVE AND PERMANENT IMPROVEMENT TO THE 80IL.
TESTIMONY OF HUNDREDS OF WELL KNOWN PLANTERS IN ITS FAVOR ON EVERY
VARIETY OF CROP AND SOIL, EVEN DURING EXTREME ADVERSE SEASONS.
KINSMAN & HOWELL,
GENERAL AGENTS FOR SOUTH CAROLINA,
jan29-mwf2mos_NO. 128 EAST BAY CHARLESTON, S. C.
This FERTILIZER, manufactured by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the dlrec
tlonof their Chemist, Dr. ST. JULIEN RA VE SEL, is nov offered to the Planting Community AT
THF VERT REDUCED PRICE OF $48 PER TON CASH, or $59 PAYABLE, 1ST NOVEMBER, 1872,
PRE*. **** EST. -, . . -
I This FER i ?IZER has been very extensively used In this State, and has given entire satisfaction;
Bom s of the must practical planters admitting lt to be equal to Peruvian Guauo, pound for pound.
All sales made now will be considered as cash OH the 1st of March, 1872, and to those buying on
time the sale wtU be considered as due ?n lat November. 1871 r
By this arrangement planters will be enabled, without extra cost, to haul their Manure at a
time when their wagons and mules are Idle.
I Pamphlets containing the certificates of those who have used the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE will be
furnished on application to the Agents. y
< PELZER, RODGEES & CO., General Agents*
'. deoMmos . BROWN'S AVHAKF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
ATLANTIC ACTO PHOSPHATE^
This Article, prepared by the ATLANTIC PHOSPHATE COMPANY, under the direction of their
Chemist, Dr. BT. JULIEN RAVENEL, for composting with Cotton Seed; ls now offered at the Reduced
Price of $$88 per ton cash, or $31 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, Free of Interest.
Orders Ulled now will be considered as Cash 1st March, 1872, or on Time as due 1st November
1872, thereby enabling Planters to haul lt at a time when their Wagons and Moles are Idle.
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., G-eneral Agents
dec8-4m08 BROWN'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS!
ME MARYLAND FERTILIZE AND MANUFACTURING CO.
HAVE PREPARED A SPECIAL FERTILIZER ADAPTED TO THE COTTON PLiNT,
UNDER THE NAME OF .
' O O T T O IS" FOOD!
Which they claim to be of the Highest Grade of Fertilizer sold lu the South, and guarantee to equal j
In results Peruvian Guano, ponnd ror pound, and of more permanent benefit 11 the soil. .
It bas been used by several hundred Punters ra North and Sooth Carolina and Georgia, for two
seasons, with the following results :
It increases the crop from io J to 200 per cent.
? ? It resists drought In all cases. The crop ls not affected by rust.
It matures the crop three to four weeks In advance, thus insuring tge crop against early frosts,
or la the event of a backward season for planting enables the planter to put la his crop three or four
weeta later, even as late as the 1st of June, with a certainty ot success.
It produces a better quality or Cotton. . ,
Looking at the low price Of Cotton, the Intelligent planter will readily comprehend the necessity
of using nomine but the nighest grade of Fertilizers, and of strictly avoiding those whose value
has been reduced by adulteraron or the use of cheap materials under the pretence of meeting the J
low price of cotton.
- If his crop ls only doubled by the use of "COTTON FOOD" lt will give him from one to two hun?
dred per cent, profit on h s outlay, with Cotton at I2tf cents per pound, and lt will enable him to plant
fewer acres, with a corresponding reduction of labor and expense, with better results.
$55 PER TON, IN SACKS, TWELVE TO THE TON.
LAWRENCE S?NGSTON, President,
No. 58 EXCHANGE PLACE, BALTIMORE.
J. R. PRINGLE & SON, Agents,
Janl6mwf3mos CHARLESTON, S. C.
E. FRANK 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 Manures, are now offered for sale by the Agents at very
much Reduced Prices, lu order that every Planter may be enabled to ase them.
Pamphlets containing the reports of the success of these Fertilizers win be furnished on appli?
cation to the Agents. . *
The Phosphate ls sold at $48 per ton cash, or $sa per ma payable 1st November, 1872, free of
Interest. . - .
The Dissolved Bone at $50 per ton ca3h, or $55 per ton payable 1st November, 1872, free of
PELZER, RODGERS & CO., Sole Agents,
deC8-4m09 BROW-SB'S WHARF, CHARLESTON, S. C.
jg 0 L TJ B L E
PRICE, $45 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE
Experience In the nae of tb!s QUANO for the
past Blx years in thia State, for Cotton and Corn,
baa ao far established Its character for excellence
as to render comment unnecessary.
In accordance with the established policy of the
Company to furnish the best Concentrated Ferti?
lizer at the lowest cost to consumers, this Guano
is put luto market thhi season at the above re
d need price, which the Company ls enabled to do
by reason oe its large facilities ana the reduced
cost of manufacture.
The supplies put into market this season are, aa
heretofore, prepared under the peraonal superin?
tendence of Dr. St. Johan Ravenel, Chemist of
the Company, at Charleston, S. C., hence planters
may rest assured that its quality and o-imposition
ls precisely the same as that heretofore sold.
At the present low price, every acre planted
can be fertilized with 200 pounds Guano at a cost
not exceeding the present value of 80 pounds of
cotton, while experience has shown that under
favorable condition of season and cultivation, the
crop ls Increased by the application from two to
three-fold the natural capacity of the soil, hence
nnder no condition could its application fail to
compensate for the ontlay.
Apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Nos. 88 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
JOHN S. REESE A CO., General Agents.
?1 RATES 1 CRATES 1 CRATES l
I hereby give notice to all parties In want of
VEGETABLE CRATES that l am prepared to get
them o :t In large quautltles, and ad would do
well io oil and examine for themselves befure
Orders respectfully solicited and promptly filled.
Lumber of all descriptions and Plastering Laths
constantly on hand.
JOHN C. MALLONEE,
Office and Yard, Horlbeck's Wharf,
East Bide Washington street,
febl Near Northeastern Railroad.
pACIFIO GUANO COMPANY'
ACID PHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOB COMPOSTING WITH COTTON SEED.
FRIOE-$26 CASH, WITH USUAL ADVANCE FOB
This article ls prepared ander the superintend?
ence of Dr. ST. JULIAN RAVEN EL, expressly lor
Composting with Cotton Seed.
It was introduced by this Company two years
ago, and Its nae has fully attested Its Taine. 300
to 260 pounds of this article per acre, properly
composted with.the same weight of cotton seed,
famishes the planter wita a Fertiliser of the high?
est excellence at the smallest cost. 'A Compos:
prepared with this article, as by printed direc?
tions furnished, contains all the elements of fer?
tility that can enter Into a First-class Fertilizer,
while ita economy must commend its linera! uso
to planters. For supplies and printed directions,
for Composting, apply to J. N. ROBSON,
Agent Pacific Guano Company,
Noa. 63 East Bay and 1 and 2 Atlantic Wharf,
Charleston, S. C.
JNO. S. REESE A CO., General Agesta.
Cigars, Cobacco, &t.
TAIL MANUFACTURING CIGAR AND TOBACCO
No. 810 KINO STEKKT, THREE DOOKS SOUTH or
MEERSCHAUM PIPES a specialty, therefore
can sell at prices to surprise you. Suitable for
An extensive and complete assortment or all
articles m bis line of business la kept constantly
on hhnd, giving a raclllty or filling, without de?
lay, all orders extended to him, accompanied
with cash, or draft on responsible houses m the
city. Purchasers are requested to examine his
perfect Stock before trading elsewhere.
proprietor of Emperor WlHlam Cigar Store.
gtDTJTH CAROLINA RAILROAD. .. p
CnABLRSTON, S. C.. December 28, 1871.
On and after SUNDAY, December 24, tb* Passen?
ger Trains oa the Sent h Carolina Bailroad will mn
Leave Charleston. 8.10 A at
Arrive at Augusta.................4,25 F x
Leave Charleston.8.10 A kt
Arriva at Colombia. 4.05 FX
Leave Angosta.......7.40 A X
Arrive ac Charleston.....8.20 F x
Leavo Columbia...*-.7.40 A X
Arrive at Cn aries to?.. 3.20 F x
THROUGH WILMINGTON TRAIN.
Leave Augusta......................8.00 A X
Arrive at Ringville..............DM A X
Leave Ringville..13.80 F x I
Arrive at Augusta. 8.30 F X
' AUOU8TA NIGHT KZFRBSS.
Leave Charleston.8.30 F x
Arrive at Augusta. 7.80 A K
Leave Augusta..'. e.00 F X
Arrive at Charleston.:.'.. 6.66 A x
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston..............7.10 F X
Arrive at Columbia. .......... 6.80 A X;
Leave columbia......................... 7.co F X
Arrive Charleston....... 7.DO A X
Leave Summerville at.......v.;.....?7.35 A x*
Arrive at Charleston at........J 8.46 A X
Leave Charleston at. 3.30'F X
Arrive at summerville at. ........ 4.46 PM
Leave Oamden.:.6.16 A x
Arrive at Columbia.'.'...10.40 A M
Leave Columbia;.li 1.46 PM
Arrive at Camden.6.26 F X
Day and Night Trains* mase close connections
at Augusta with Georgia Bailroad and Central
Bailroad. * ,
' Night Train connects with Macon and Augusta
Columbia Night Train connects with Greenvia?*
and columbia Bailroad, and with Charlotte BoarP*
to points North. t
Camden Tram connects at King ville dally (ex- .
cept Sunda;8) with Day Passenger Train, and
runs through to Columbia^.
A L. ,TYLEB,.Vlce-Presldent.^
8. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A. ? g Janis j
OFFICE OF THE SAVANNAH AND ;
CHARLESTON RAILROAD :
CHARLESTON, s. C., November 22, 1871. -
On and after MONDAY. December the nth, the
passenger Trains on this Hoad will run as follows :
-EXPRESS TRAIN. -
Leave Charleston dally............'8.26 P. M.
Arrive at Savannah dally.9.is P. at. )
Leave Savannah dally....v.li. 15 p. M., ,
Arrive at Charleston dally.....";.6.36 A. M. ?
Leave Charleston, Sunday s excepted.. 8.16 A. M.
A n l ve at Savannah, Sundays excepted. 4.16 P. M. ,
Leave Savannah, Sundays excepted... 8.00 A. ML ?
Arrive at Charleston, Sundays exo'ted. 4.06 P. M.
Freight forwarded dally on through billa of lad
mg to points in Florida and by Savannah line of
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch given to -
freights for Beaufort and points on Port Royal j
Bailroad and at es low rates aa by ?ray other use,
C. 8. GADSDEN,
Engineer and Superintendent. -
S. C. BOTLSTON, Gen'l Ft. and Ticket Agent,
NORTHEASTERN BAILROAD! COM
; ? PANT. ,-. , r?/0
CHARLESTON, S. O., February ll, 1S7L
Trains wUl leave Charleston Dally at 6.80 A. M.
andr is P. M.. . .. .
! Arrive at Charleston 7.30 A. M. (Mondays ex- !
cepted) and 2.80 P. M. .
Train does not leave Charleston 6 P. M.,.SUN- '
DAYS. . . ..
: Train leaving e.30 A. M. makes through oonneo- -
? m to New York, via Richmond, and Ac quia
0 reek only, going through lu 40 hours.
Passengers-leaving by 6.16 P. M. Train, have
choice of route, via Richmond and Washington,
or via Por:amouth and Baltimore. Those leafttf '
F BID A Y by this Tram lay over on SUNDAY tn Bal?
timore. Those leaving on SATURDAY remain BUK. -1'
DAY In Wilmington, N. O. . . ...f
This ls the cheapest, quickest and most pleasant
route to cincinnati, Chicago and other pointa '
West and Northwest, both Trains making connec- .
tiona at Washington with Western trains o * Balti?
more and Ohio Railroad,
8. S. SOLOMONS,
Engineer and Superintendent.,
P. L. OLEAPOR, General Ticket agent.
febll-12mos _ ' .
(?ngi?W0f i??acrjiners, #r?
CAMERON, Bi?KLEV & CO.
Keep constantly on hand, and ready for imm??
diate delivery, STATIONARY, PORTABLE ANO
AGRICULTURAL ENGINES, and can furnish, at
short notice, any description or Engine not kept
regularly lu stock.
CLBCULAE SAW MILLS,
Of approved Patterns and dur?rent shies, ready
tor delivery, and ntted with either Ratchet or
GRIST SOLLS, *
From Sixteen to Thirty Inch; French Burr, Don*
ble-Geared GRIST MILLS. Also, the Universal or
Star COTTON GINS, THRESHERS, CANE MA?
CHINERY, HORSE-POWERS, Ac.
BAR IRON, STEEL AND METALS.
: A large assortment constantly OB .fraud or the
NAILS. SPIKES &c.
HENRY DI38TON & SON'S
PATENT CIRCULAR, GANG, M CLAY, HAND
AND CROSS-CUT SAWS, GUMMING MACHINES,
FILES, Ac Also,
H MILLER'S CELEBRATED
"INSERTED TOOTH" SAWS.
SWADGES AND SAWYER'S TOOLS CEN
RAILROAD, STEAMBOAT AND
] A full line or Pare OILS, as follows: Sperm,
Lard, Neat s ico t, 0., B. A Co.'s Lubricator, "White
Oak OU," Tallow, Axle Grease.
Rabber and Leather BELTING, warranted.
Also, Gum and Hemp Packing, Jute and Soap* -
Btone Packing, Lacing, Gaskets, Belt Fastenings,
X? E A X> .
Sheet, Pig, Bar and Pipe.
BLOCK TIN PIPE.
HOSE, LEATHER AND G?M. ^v
PUMPS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
or au sises. . *
Steam Ganges, Water Gauges, Steam and
PLAIN AND GALVANIZED ?RON
At Factory Prices or MORRIS TASKER A CO
STEAM AND MALEABLE IBON FITTINGS.
WHITE LEAD, COLORS AND PAINT OIL.
ROPE, OAKUM, SHEATHING FELT
AND PAPER, NAILS, SPIKES, Ac.
CARTS, WAGONS AND TIMBER
or the celebrated make of WILSON, CHILDS A
PATENT IRISH ROOFING FELT.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
N. E. CORNER MEETING AND CUMBERLAND Sra.
aogl4-mth6moDaw CHARLESTON. S. O.
WE LIVE AND LEARN, DIE AND
THE SOUTHERN DYE HOUSE,
No. 350 KING STREET,
Dyes and Cleans by means of steam, Gentle?
men's Ladlea aad Children's ci othes. Fine Laces
and Lace Curtains cleaned and done np with the
Sort or Manufacturers'Finish; Lace and Crape
Shawls and Kid Gloves Cleaned and Dyed.
49" Goods received and returned by Express.
Jun22-lyr L BILLER, Proprietory