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LAWS OF THE STATE.
ACTS OF THE GENERAT, ASSEMBLY
OF SOUTH CAROLINA.
Published by Authority. ]
AV ACT io Tepeal a Joint resolution entitled
"Joint resolution authorizing the Governor
. to purchase two thousand stands of arms, of
the most improved pattern, with usual
- -complement of ammunition," approved
March 16, 1869.
SECTION L Be lt enacted by the Senate and
Souse of Representatives of the State of
South Carolina, now met and silting In Gene
ral Assembly, and by the authority of the
That the joint resolution entitled "Joint
?resolution authorizing the Governor to pur
Chase two thonsand stands ot ? arms, of the
jmost Improved pattern, with th? ,usual com
plement of ammunition," approved March
16, 1869, be, and the same ls hereby, re
Omen SECRETARY OF STATE, )
COLOMBIA, 8. C., February 5, 1872. j
The foregoing act having been presented to
.the Governor of this State for his approval,
?and not having been returned by him to the
branch of the General Assembly in which lt
originated, within the time prescribed by the
constitution, has become a law without his
approval. F. L. CARDOZO,
Secretary of State.
Ax ACT to incorporate the Town of Chester?
. SECTION 1. Be it enacted by the S?nate and
House of Representatives of the State of
South Carolina, now met and Bitting in Gene?
ral Assembly, and by the authority or the
That the persons residing within the area of j
one-half mlle In the direction of north and
south (rom the courthouse, In the County ot
Chesterfield, and one-half ef a mile In the di- ?
rectlon of east and west from the said court- |
bouse, are hereby created a body corporate
.under the name of the Town of Chesterfield,
with the officers the same In number, and
having the same powers and privileges, and ,
?abject, In every respect, to the provisions of |
the charter grant?d to the Town of Manning,
by an act approved the 9th day ot March, A.
SEC. 2. That this act shall be taken and
-deemed a public act, and shall continue lu
force until amended or repealed.
SEC. 3. That all acts and parts of acts Incon?
sistent with, this act be and the same are
hereby repealed. j
Approved February 6, 1872.
JflNAJiO LAL ANO COMMERCIAL.
NEW TORE-Per ateam?blp Champion-ss ba?s
sea Island cotton, sse bales upland conon, 179
' tot noe, 81 bbla rostn, 792 pk?* cake and meal 69
'; bales domestics, 120 bales moss, and l?0 packages
Szports or tho Week ending Feb'ry 15.
CARDENAS-Per sehr B K Dresser-27,eoo feet or
CORK AND A MARKET-rer Br bark Stormy Pet?
rel-760 tons phosphate rock.
BOSTON-Per sohr George B Thatoher-SOO tons
. phosphate rook.
KEW TORI-Per steamship Manhattan-276 bags
sea island cotton, 1107 bales upland cotton, se
rice. 100 bales <lom<*<tlrs and KO"ds, 733 pt (ja
Sundries..Per steamship Georgia-93 ban
sea uland conon. i;3s bales npland cotton, 149
tee rice, lOl bales domestics, 61 ba es waste, 431
bbla naval stores. 32 nales hides, and 182 packages
sundries..Per sehr B N Hawkins-432 bales
upland cou. n. 121 ca**? rice. 288 casks clay, 100
empty ale bb s, 12 box*-s starch. 8 cotton gins, ll
boxes machinery, 21 boxes Congress water, 6 Obis
oaatlnga, 1 pl ma 2 b >xes and sundries.
Per su am* hip James Adger-1051 oales upland
> and 97 bag-? s a island cotton, 109 tierces rice,
. 480 p-oks meal and sundries,
PHILADELPHIA-Per nttamahlp Gulf Stream
832 bales c?ttoa, 63 Heros rice. 172 bbls Baval 1
S stores, 113 bales domestics, Ac, 26 bales rags, 20
bbls sugar. 60 bass cocoanut?, 14 tons old Iron,
And 92 pk?* sundries.
BALTIMORE-Per steamshln Falcon-628 bal s
colton. f>40^ tierces rio-, 60 caa fcc clay, 14 bales
yarn and dom-stioH, 7 hh-is and 1 bale hides. 17
roils leather, 43 pkgs sou dries, and 4600 feet lum
Th? Charleston stock suid Bond Market.
The chief movement during the week bas been
Ha South Carolina Railroad stock which has sold
as high aa40*. city stock has sold, at auction,
St 68>?. Savannah and Charleston guaranteed
sevens at 67, and Bank of Charleston stock at 1
Southern Bunk Bills.
_ BTU. ASKED I
"Bank of Camden. io ..
Sank of Chester. 18
Bank or Georgetown....-. Ol 02
?Bank of Hamburg. IT
Bank or South Carolina. Ol
Sank or State or South Carolina,
prior te 1861. nominal
Bank of state of South Carolina
after 1st Jan nary, 1861......
Commercial Bank, Columbia.. 01
Ezobange Bank, Columbia. 01 02
Farmers' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 01
Planters' Bank Fairfield. Ol
Bute Bank. 01
State Bonds, old.
8tatc Bonds, new.
8.0. Railroad and Bank Stock..... 40 00
8. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.. .. 86 00
S.C.Rallroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds 66 00 68 00
S. C. Raliroa l First Mortgage Bonds .. 85 00
northeastern Railroad stock (capl?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
. fe rr ed.
Northeastern Railroad First Mort
-. gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent.?2 00 03 00
Northeastern Railroad Second Mort?
gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 83 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
" Stock.18 00 20 00
Savannah and Charleston Railroad
? v. First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 73 00
-Savannaa and Charleston Kailroaa
T Per Cent. State guaranteed
-BO?08.v. 67 00 70 00
Charleston and Savannah 6 Per
Cent Bonds. w 00
-Greenville and Columbia Railroad
Co- Stock. X 60 i 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds......... .. . 65 00 66 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Ronds .. 96 00
Greenville and Jolumbta Railroad
7 Per Cent. Second Mortgage
Bonds. 48 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 00 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. 72 00
Charlotte. Columbia and Augusta
Railroad stock. 40 oo
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad First Mortgage-Bonds... .. 82 00
Spartanburg and Union Railroad
8tate guaranteed Bonds.
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City of Charleston six Per Cent.
Stock.?. 64 00 66 00
City or Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Cent. Bonds. 71 00 72 00
City or Columbia 6 Per Cent BondB. .. 60 00
City of Columbia 7 Per Cent Bonds. .. 70 00 |
-First National Bank of Charleston
Stock.;. 126 00
"People's National Bank Stock. los 00
Talon Bank Stock.46 00 60 00
-South Carolina Luna and Trust
.Planters' and Mechanics' Bank
StOCk. . 20 00 25 00
Bank or Charleston Stock....... i8 60 10 so
jOflxollna National Bank Stock.iou 00
"Charleston Gas Company Stock.. 20 00
City Railway Stock.63 00 E4oo
WiNKfBORo,' February 13.
For tbe past week 72 bales ur cot: on have been
sold In this market at prices ranging from 20 to
The Charleston Harket.
POB THB WEEK BNDINQ THURSDAY, FKBB?ABT IS.
TUB CHOPS.-The very wet weather whioh pre?
vailed lately Interfered and delayed moca work
which should have been done at this period, and
an nnlavoi able leas of time has occurred m the
proper preparation of the land. The streams
have been swollen and the roads rendered Im?
passable for hauling throughout this section.
The week closed, however, cold and dry, and with
a more sultaole atmosphere for outdoor labor.
THB BBCKIPT?.-The supplies at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 86,1286 bales,
against 92.66S the week before, and 161,095 Tor the
time last year. At New Orleans the arr.vals were
35,162 bales, In contrast with 67,663 last year.
The total receipts at the cotton ports from Sep?
tember 1, 187l.up to the latest dates were 2,051,677
bales, against 2,603,039 bales the year before,
showing a decrease of 651,862 bales.- The arrivals
at the pris ci rai southern markets from Septem?
ber l, 1871, np to the latest telegraph intelligence,
SB compared with the year previous, were as
rollo ws :
New Orleans, February 14.691:820 873.468
Mobile, Ferbuary 14.243,864 299,079
Savannah, February 14 .376.004 671,337
Charleston, February 14.219,956 268,326
Galveston, February 14.151,371 153,398
Norfolk, February 14....-207,607 220,868
Wilmington, F. brnary 14.S9.100 64 679
Other ports, February 14.119,646 161,885
Total bales.?..2,061,617 2,t03.089
Total decrease to date..661,342
The receipts or cotton at the prlnclp il South?
ern markets from February 8 to 14, 1872, inclu?
sive, aa reported by telegraph, were as follows.
This Includes all points but overland:
Feb 8.3616.Feb 9. 6394 1
Feb 10.63S8.Feb 12..... 10.210 >40,094
Feb 13 . 8386.Feb 14.7101J
The receipts Jor the week last year were. 67,598
Feb 8.641.Feb 9. 9071
Feb 10.2182.Frb 12.2700 y 8,601
Feb 13.1395.Feb 14.776 J
Feb 8.1419.Feb 9.18311
Feb 10.1822.Feb 12.2608 V 10,260
Feb 18..1681.Feb 14. 934 J
Feb 8.1073.Feb 9 . 942)
Feb 10.1600.Feb 12. 769 J- 5,891
Feb 13. 684.Feb 14. 926 J
Feb 8.721.Feb 9. 9421
F- b IO..8036.Feb 12. 484 }. 7,064
Feb 13..?46.Feb IA. 936 j
Feb 8.1749.Feb 9. 6651
Feb 10.911.Feb 12.1819 r 7,639
Feb 18.1270.Feb 14.1225 j
Feb 8.216.Feb 9 . 2781
Feb ia.815.Feb 12.116 r 1.367
Feb 13..147.Feb 14.297 J
Total 1872.. 80.809
The stocks of the article in slgnt at the latest
dates were as follows:
Stock in Liverpool..bales...499.<O0 610.000
Stock In London.178.000 79,341
Stock In Glasgow. 400 250
Stock m Havra.lM.ooo 44,230
Stock in Marseilles. 12.000 6,850
stock in Bremen. 18,600 8.450
Stock rest or the Continent. 90,000 26,000
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American
and Brazil,)..... 66,000
Afloat for Bremen (American)- 17,000 82,500
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock in United Mates portB.674.169 651.169
Htock lc Interior towns. 88,051 129,066
Increase ot stack in sight. 72.622
The receipts at this port for the week just ter?
minated were 867 bags of sea Islands and Flori?
das and 5527 bales of uplands, against 148 bags nr
sea islands and Floridas and 6519 bales or uplands
the week previous, and 684 bags or sea Islands
and Floridas and 7544 bales of uplands for the
time last year. Tn ese suppUes esme as follows :
8ay of nplands, per South Carolina Railroad, 4627
bales; Northeastern Railroad 280; Savannah and
Charleston Railroad si; Santeeitfi; Peedee377;
Florida 36; Beaufort 1. Of sea islands : North?
eastern Railroad 8; savannah and Charleston
Railroad 80; Santee lo; Edlsto 40; Florida 138;
Beaufort 76; Asbepoo 9.
THB COTTON MABKBT.-This staple exhibited a
dull and flat condition during dis period, and the
article was depressed and easie ; the foreign mar?
ket was at llX@HXd, but declined to lix?
una 9 Bs, for mlddllog uplands; at New York
the rates were at 23@23xc, recedl g to 11%,
w hile at this point middling nplands were some- j
what numlnal at 2lX@22c and fell od to 21X?
2ixc fi BJ. The movements at Liverpool and
New York during this time were as follows: On
FrMay, February 9, the former was flat, nplands
HX@HXd, sales lo.ooobales; the latter was dull
and nominal at 28c, sales 809 bales. On Saturday
the former was unchanged, uplands UX@11X<I,
sales 12.000 bales; the latter was nominal at 23xo,
sales 1202 ba'et. On Monday the former was duh,
uplands 11X@Hx i, sales 12,0i'0 bales; the latter
was dull, uplands 23Xc, sales 683 bales. On Tues?
day the former was dud and heavy, nplands i ixd.
sales 8000 bales; the latter was weak and nominal
at 227(0, sales 334 bales. On Wednesday the
I former was steadier, but closed dull, nplaodB
UX@ll.Xd, sales 10,000 bales; the latter was quiet
1 at 22XC, sales 850 bales. Yesterday the former
was quiet at llx@HXd; the latter was quiet
The sales and prices Instils market for the past
week were as follows: On Friday, February 9,
the artlole was dull and business light, the trans?
actions showlnga decline of about Xe H BJ; good
ordinary Belling at 21XC, middling 21 v, and
Btrlct middling 22s * ht, tvtth salts of 250 bales,
but these rates were not ?ener illy ia\en by sel?
lers and quotatio.vs were somewhat nominal.
On Saturday the marke? opened with or mer rates,
but became quiet and dull; sales soo ba es; ordi?
nary to g ?od ordinary being quoted at 20X@2lx.
low middling 21& middling 22, strict middling"
nominal. On Monday the demand wai light, and
Kransaoilons too limited to admit or reliable quo
tadonB; sales 150 baes at nominal ra'es, say or?
dinary to good ordinary 20X?21X- 109 middling
21X, midd lng 21X@22, strict middling SfSJfC 9
lb. On Tuesday tue lnqury was limited and
prices nominal; sales 43 bales; the quotations
were omitted. On Wednesday thee was alight
demand at Irregular but siuhtiy easl-r flgures;
sales coo bales; ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at 20@2l, low middling 21X@'21X. mid?
dling 21 x, Btrlct middling 22c * Bs. Yesterday
the market was dud and nomluil; sales about r-o
bales, say 9 at 20, 3 at 20X, 52 at 21. 20 at 21 26
at2ix, io at 21?, 22 at 2ixc. We quote, nomi?
Ordinary to good ordinary.20 ?21
SBA ISLAND COTTON.-There wero received
dnrlng tho week ab ut 367 bags ot CarolinHB and
Floridas. The market has shown u somewhat
quiet aspect, and the demand has been moderate,
the article exhibiting no change or Importance.
Sales about 300 bags or Carolinas and Floridas,
among which were, or Carolina i 20 at 70@75,12 at
85,19 al 90,17 at 95. 24 at $1. Of Floridas, 5 at 55,
2 at 57, 10 at 60, S at 65.
Rica.-The supplies or Carolina rough were
quite limited, and were less than 10.000 bushels
for this period. There has been a s-endy and
good demand at Arm and mu prlc< s, wi n sales or
about 1000 tierces of clean Carolus, among
whl h were 41 tierces at ex, 60 at 7X, 12 ai 7 9-ie,
62 at 7X, 22 at 7 ll-IC, -74 at 7X. 56 at 7 13 16, 375
TX. 90 at 8,10 at 8 3 !6,15 fancy at 9@9X, and 112 j
on private terms, we qn ne common to fair at
0X@:>.'c; good TX??'' 9 m.
NAVAL STORKS.-The supplies or these articles
coming to hand were light, and amounted lo
about 800 bbls or all kinds for this period. The
reduced stock and the foll prices demanded for
articles under this head restricted transactions,
and the bv.sln ss has only been in a very limited
way. The following Bales have taken place: 118
bbls. No. 1 rosin at $6 5 @T. 98 bbls. low No. 1 at
$5,218 bbls. low No 2 aud No. 2 at $4@t 10,113
bbla No. 3 at $3 95@4; also spirits turpentine In a
sm <li way at 7b@8oc
HAT-Tr.e receipts wereahout 75 bales from
New York and 100 from Georgetown, s. C. We
note sales or Kort a Elver qualities at ti 80 ?
COBS.-There was received about 7ooo bushels
from Baltimore, 6000 .'rom Philadelphia, and a
small lot from the West by rall. Sales of about
1400 bushels Baltimore white took place at 03c fi
bushel, bags Included. Jobbins lots of prime
white may be qaoted at esc fl bushel, sacks In?
cluded. Some 5000 bushels white were disposed
of at 92X@95c fi bushel, sacks Included.
OAT3.-The arrivals were light, say about 2500
bushels. Sales of 2000 bushels transpired at 72X
a73c ft bushel.
PB AS.-Limited lots of clay are coming to hand,
which sell at $l 36?l 50 ft bushel aa in quality.
FLOUR.-The market ls lightly supplied, and
prices are firmer for this article with a fair looal
and interior demand; Northern and Western
super may be quoted at $7, extra at $8, family at
$80009 9 bbl. Southern grades are inmoder?
ate stock, and super may be quoted at $7, extra
at $8, family at $8 60@9, and extra family at $0?
10 ft bbl.
BACON.-There ls a fair supply of prime meat
in t he hands of dealers, with a good city and conn
try demand. Prime smoked shoulders may be
quoted at 7xe, prime smoked clear rib sides at
8\c, prime salted shoulders at exe, and prime
salted sides at 7X@8c ft lb.
Co FF KS.-The article ls held firmly for all de?
scriptions. Fair to prime Rio may be quoted at
28?25o fl Hs.
Bea AR AND MOLASSES.-A cargo Attakapas
sugar and molasses, say 180 bads sngar and 200
bbls molasses, was sold on landing at8X@loxo
for fair to fully fair sugars, and 65@58c for
good 'to prime molassss. Harket st-ong.
The stocks are moderate. Fair to fully
fair Louisiana sugar may be quoted at OX?
He ft Hs, good to prime grocery sugars
may be quoted at u?12c ft hs, fair to good
Cubas lOXSUXc, fair to pilme Demeraras at
llX?i2c ft lb. New Orleans molasses, prime
at 56?60c fl gallon. Cuba muscovado molasses
may be quoted at 86?87c lu bhds. and 30@40c In
bbls; clayed at 83?36o in hhds. and 35?37c In
bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 21?23o In hhds,
and 25c in barrels.
RUTTER AND LARD.-There ls a rah* stock of this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 36 eta;
New Tork State, prime, 25?30o; medium 20@25o;
ordinary grades, sweet, I5?l8c; choice Western
20?25c. Lard ls In fair supply, and ls held at
I2?l3c fi lb. Cheese-factory choice I5?i6c.
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 eo@l 70 fl sack.
Parcels of loo sacks from store sell at $1 60 fl
IRON BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, or the mosi
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
6X360 ft ft. Wallis tte 5?6Xo.
INDIA BAGGING.-There is an active demand In
Northern markets, mostly ror future delivery, at
higher prices, and sellers here have put up their
rates. We quote ft yard, gunny cloth -; do
mestlo double anchor, 45 inches, may be quoted
at 19@20c; elephant at -, Ludlow iso, other
brands as in quality.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.- Tbe market Tor this arti?
cle Is quiet. We quote timber for milling purposes
from $e?10. Shipping timber $10@16. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cu j
to sute, from tl8@22 fi H by the cargo; lumber
per rail, $18?16; river lumber, $10?12; dressed
FREIGHTS,-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands, nommai on sea islands; via New
York Xd on uplands, ld on sea Islands; by sail
6-16?Xd on uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Havre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York,by
steam Xo on uplands and icon sea Islands; $3
ft tierce on rice; by sall, - ft fit on cotton;
- ft tierce on rice; 40o fl barrel on roam;
S7?|8 ft M on lumber; $9?10 ft ll on tim
ber. To Boston, by sail, Xo ft lb on upland
cotton. To Providence, by sail, $8 oe ft M on
boards, xo ft Ri on cotton; by steam $1 ft bale on
Kew York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam.
Xo ft lb on nplands; by sau, $7 ft M on boards;
$e on timber; $8 ft ton on clay, and $8?8 60 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Xe fl Th,
by aaii, ss 60?7 ft H on boards; $3?3 25 ft ton
on phosphate rock. Vessels are In demand by
our merchants to take lamber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Darlen and Satina River, Qa,
and Jacksonville. Fla., to Northern naru. <uid
io?i3 ft ll are rates on lumber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New Tork at Xo discount;
time bills BomlnaL They are selling sight checks
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was at i8x? isx tor 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
10 and selling at ll.
Marke? by Telegraph,
NEW YOEE, February 16. .
Noon.-Freights steady. Stocks dull and steady.
Money easy at 6. Go. J steady at lox. Govern
meats quiet. Exchange, loug OX; siiort 10.
Evening.-Frelgh s firmer. Myney ea y at 6a7.
Gold lox. Sterling dud at ox- Stocks very heavy.
Government* closed dim. .-southerns dull, but
generally unchanged; new South Carolinas ad
1 vanced 1 per cent. New Mouth carolinas 33X
NEW ORLEANS. February 16.
Sterling lex. Sight X discount. Gold lox
LIVERPOOL, February 16.
, Eve lng.-Cotton opeued quiet; uplauds UXa
HXd, Orleans lixalixu; sales 10,000 bules; spec?
ulation and export 30oo; uear.y due from New Or?
leans, n 7-i0d; from savannah or Charleston,
NEW YORK, February is.
Noon.-Cotton quiet; uplands 2?Xc, orleans
28Xc; sal s 95U bales.
Even lug.-Conon steady; sales 2124 bales; up?
lands 22Xc, orleans 23Xo. bales ol future. 8060
bales, as follows; February 22X&22 3 16; Maren
2*Xa?2X; April 22 13-1682216-18; May 23 l-16a23X;
I Bo TON, February 16
Cotton duli; mlddll gB23xc; net ?ecelpta 307
bales; gross e eo; sales 3oo; s ock 7uoo.
PHILADELPHIA, February 15.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23c.
BALTIMORE, February 15.
Cotton dull and heavy; middlings 22Xc; net
receipts 381 bales; gross 644; exports coastwise
i08; eales 2,9; s.o.-k 4150.
MOBILE, February 16.
Cotton weak: middlings 21HC; net receipts 626;
exports 795; sales 600; stock 66,52? bales.
- o it FOLK, February 16.
Co:ton dull; middling 21Xc; net receipts ?64
bales; exporta coastwise 1731; sales IOJ; stock
WILMINGTON. February 15.
Cotton firm; mid Um^s ?lc; net recel .ts 307
bales; exports cuuBtwlBe ?; stock 3,63.
SAVANNAH, February 15.
Cotton-holders firm; off r.ugs tight wita few
buyers; middlings 21Xc; uet receipts 858 bale?;
exp rta to Great Britain 97?; saie* 2360; stock
AUGUSTA. February 15. .
Cotton firm; middlings 2lc; uet receipts 200
bales; sales 450.
MEMPHIS, February 16.
( ott' n dull and nominal; mludUugs 2<a?2>?c:
receipts 1361 balts.
NEW OH LB ANS, February 15.
Cotton quiet aud weak; miuuiiugs 22Xc; net re?
ceipts 62,ti bales; gross -oar; expels coastwise
928; suit? 4400, stock 264,085.
GALVESTON, February 16.
Colton quiet; good urdlu ry i?X; net receip's
1077 baies; exports loastwise 14; sales 600; etuck
PUOVI8ION AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
" _, f>sw YORK. February 15.
Noon.-Flour quiet and Urin. VVneat quiet and
steady. Corn duh aud um nanged. Fo.k dull
aud Heavy; new meas $14 2ian 60. L rd steady
at 9xa?Xc Turpentine strong at 82c. Roslu
firm at $4 6?a4 75 for attained.
Evening-Fl ur more iictive and firmer; com?
mon to fdr extra $6 95a7 60; good to choice $7 65
?9 50. Whiskey lowrr at 9i sc. Wheat Arm aud
better business; winter red Wesieru f l 6?al 68.
Corn closed a shade firmer; wnlte Southern 77c.
Rice quiet at 8a8Xc Pork $14*14 25. Lard in
acuve and a shade ?lrin.r. Turpentine a trouir.
Rosin Arm. Tal.ow quiet.
_ , WILMINGTON, February 15.
spirits turpentine utruug at 8JC Kosln Arm
$4 io for strained; $4 12X for No 2. Crude tur?
pentine quiet, $4 f r hard; f6 for yellow dip and
virgin. Tar Bteady at $2 60.
" , CLNCINNATI. February 15.
Pork nominal at $18 La d, n lders Arm at 9a
9Xc. Shoulders exe. WhMte 87c
LOUISVILLE, February 15.
Bagging Blrong with adv^nclug tendency.
Prov.sluns firmer, but not quo'abi> higher.
ST Louis, Feoruary 15.
Whiskey 87c. Pork $13. Bacon .teady; clear
sides 7Xc- Lard BXc, and higher.
NEW I m LE ANS February 15.
Corn scarce and ...iva- cln<, ai S5a87Xo. Oats
scarce at 62a65c. Pork scarce, mo-s $i?60 Bacou
Urmer, at 7a9Xaluxo- sugar, molasses, whiskey
aud coffee unchanged.
Wilmington .H .rkct.
WILMINGTON. february 14.
SPIRITS TERPENTINE_-aies or 41 ctsks at 79
cents per gallon, and loo ca-ks at 80 cents per
talion for SouUieru packages. The market lt
Ann and has advanced 1 cent.
ROSIN.-Sales of 7162 bbls at $3 90a4 for strain
ed. The market la Arm and bas advanced 10
CETOK TtmpKNTiHB.-Sales of 400 bbla at $3 76
for bard and $6 76 for yellow dip and virgin, and
875 bola at $1 for bard and $6 for yellow dip and
virgin. The market la firm and has advanced 26
TAR.-Sales or 75 barrels at $2 eo per barrel.
Interior Cotton Marketa.
SUMTER, February 18.
The denian i has been gnod during the week
ending the 13th Instant. The sales amount to
.about 89 bale?. We quote: Ordinary 19; good
ordin?r? 20; low middling 20%; middling 21%;
atrlct middling 2l%c.
COLUMBUS, February 13.
Oar market daU and nominal. Middlings 21c.
Receipts four days 248 bales, against 473 last
week and 493 correaponding week 1871. Shipped
same days 235. against 838 and 620. Sales 41;
receipts 88; shipments 63.
NEWBERRY, February 13.
Colton commands 2l%c.
SPARTANBORO, February 18.
Cotton ls selling at 20%c
Comparative Exports or Cotton and iUec
from the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1,1871, to February 14, 1879.
Other Br. Ports
rofl G. Britain
Other Fr. Porta
N. of Europe
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports.
Bait. A Nr'folk
Exports of Naval Stores and Lumber
from the Port of Charleston, (rom
September 1,1871, to February 14. 1879
St John's, NR.
Rio de Janeiro
Charleston Wholesale Price.s
; 3AoaiNo, fl yard
I Gunny Cloth. 0 ..
New York Double Anchor, 46
inches, axtha. is ? 20
I BALS BOPS, ft a>
I Manilla. ?
I Western. 8 ? ian
I BUTTER-Goshen. 88 0 86
I Country. ?
COTTON, ft BJ
I Ordinary to good ordinary.... 20 ? 21
I Low middling. 21X0
I Middling to strict middling... 2l%@ 21%
I Good middling. 0
I Sea Island..-. 65 ? 1 00
I 0OFPBB, fi lb
Rio. 23 ? 25
I Lognaj-ro. >u ^ "_ os ? 93
J Java. 30 ? ,.
I carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 ma.
I Cash. 46 00 0 ..
I Time (with 7 per ct. interest) 60 00 @ ..
I Wando Fertilizer.cash.... 60 00 ? ..
: Time. 66 00 ?
I Donble Refined Poudrette.SO 00 0 ..
Niles' Phosphate. 63 00 ?
Pernvlan Guano, 9 2240 lbs... 75 00 0
Pacific Guano,fl 2000 Bis.cash. 45 00 ? ..
Time.60 00 ?
I Phoenix Guano. 47 60 2 .. ,
Bangh's Phos., fl 2000 tts.cash 41 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 tea 65 00 ? ,.
I Rhodes' Standard Manure (S66
time). 60 00 0
UrchJllo Guano ($40 time). 86 00 0
I Land Plaster. 18 00 0 16 00
I Mapes'Saper PhoB. ft 2000 tea. 45 00 0
I Woolston'a Phosphate of Lime 66 00 0
i Wooiaton's Vege'or, fi 2000 tbs 65 00 @ ,.
Oroasdale'BGen. Sno.Phoa.net 60 00 ?
! Bowers' Complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
I Sardy'8 Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 00 0
Bardy'a Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 0
I PatADflco Guano. 66 00 0
I E. Frank Coe'a ammomatec
I Bono Phosphate.caah. 48 00 %
Time.62 00 0
Cue's Pure Dlasol'd Bone.caah 60 00 (?a
Time. 65 00 0
Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00 6? 70 00
EU wan Guano.caah.. 66 00 0 ..
Time.eo 00 8 M
Bttwan Crop Food..cash.. 40 00 0
Time.46 00 0
Etiwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 36 00 0
j Time. 40 00 0
Zell's Ammonia ted Bone Phos
I phate($70timo).?0 CO 0
Russel Coe'a Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($50
I time). 45 00 0
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 ?
Bowen * Mercer's Superphos?
phate....cash...7. 45 00 0
Time. 60 80 0
Wilcox, Gibba ? Co.'s Manipu?
lated. 60 00 0
Stono Soluble Guano ($55 time) 50 00 @ .,
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($30 time).2> 00 0
Stono Pure Ground Phosphate. 12 00 0
I Atlantic Phosphate Co...cash. 48 00 0
Time, free of Interest.6200 0
Acid Phosphates.cash. 28 00 ?
Time, free of interest.3100 0
I Eureka Ammo. Boae Phos.caah 45 00 0
Time.eo 08 0
Middieton'a Fish Ammonlated
I Phosphate.cash..46 00 0
Time.65 00 0
FLOOR, fi bbl -
I Fine. ?
Super. 7 00 0
Northern and Western Extra. 8 ou 0
Baltimore Extra. 0
Southern-Super. 7 00 0
Extra. 8 00 0
Family. 8 60 0 9 00
GRAD?, fi bushel
i Maryland oats. 72%? 78
I Western Oats. 0
Corn. 02% 3 98
BAT, fi cwt
North River. 1 80 ?
I LUMBER, ft M feet
I Clear White Pine, first quality. 60 00 ? 66 00
White Pine, good run. 38 00 0 40 00
I Yellow Pino. 20 00 0 24 00
I Boards, rough. ll 00 0 12 00
Grooved aud tongued 28 00 @ 82 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. 83 0 87
Muscovado. 88 ? 60
Sugar-house. 21 0 26
New Orleans. 96 0 ? 60
I NAVAL STORKS, ft bbl
Rosin, pale. 7 60 ? 9 60
Rosin, No. 1. 7 26 ?
I Roam. No. 2. 4 OJ ? 4 26
I Rosin. No. 3. 3 10 ? 3 95
I Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon.?
Crude Turpentine, ft bbl. 0
I Hard Turpentine. ?
Oakum, ft ft. 16 ?
I NAILS-American 4@20d., ft keg 6 05 @ 7 00
I POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... ooo ?
I Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 00 ? ..
DuDont's. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, ft nt
I Racon, Bama., .. 0
Sides. O8%0 ..
I Lard, in keg. M ? 18
Cheese. 10 ? is
Eggs...... 80 ? 40
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, ft doz. 6 00 ? 0 60
Potatoes, irish, ft bbl. 0
Onions. 0 ;
Apples. ".. 0
RICK, ft te-Carolina. 0flX@ 08
East India. 0
SALT, ft sack-liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool, nne. 0
SOGAR, fi nj-Raw. 0
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado.....*..'.*. 10%? 12%
BKBSWAX-ftlb. 88 ? 40
Stock of Cotton tn tko Interior To wm
at tke Late?t Datei.
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NOTE.-we nave aeuucted trom New Orleans
84.943 bales uplands, from Mobile ?476 bales ur?
ia dB; from Savannah 2440 bags sea island aud
1009 bales upland,]and from Charleston 3016 bags
sea island and 723 balee upland cotton; also,
856 bales wrecked cuiton from the coaat of Flor?
ida-being the receipts ar. tnose notts from Mo?
bile. Florida Texas and Savannah.
Receipts by Railroad, February 15.
80CTH 0AB0MXA RAILROAD.
760 bales upland cotton, 68 bales goods. 16 cars
wood, l car stock, mdse, AC To Railroad Agent,
QeorKe U Walter ? co, L D Mowry & S?D, KroNt,
Adger A co, A S Mnlth. iii os P Smith. A J Salinas,
G W Williams A co, Ward aw & Carew, Johnston,
ere ^8 A co. wlsB A co, Pelzcr. Hodgers & co,
Murdaugh A Matthew-, W W Mnlth, 0 Foll?n, J R
Pringle A Son, Rei der A Davis, W c Courtney A
eo, F L Meyer, U ? Grainger, PInckney Bros, and
Sloan ck selgnloua.
' NOBTHBABTHBN RAILROAD.
Ulbales npland and 4 bag- sei island cotton,
100 bbls naval stores, cars lumber, rough rice,
mdRe. Ac. To A J ^ali?as, Whliden & Joues, A S
Smith, Pelzer. Rodgers ? co, T P Smith, Frost,
Adger A co, Caldwell A Son, Mowry A Son, Jas
R Pringle A S D, Kinsman A Howell. Barden A
Parker, Coe H Walter A co. B Welling, Gaillard A
Mlnott, W K Rvnn, G W williams A co. T>ennolm
A Sou, R G Cblsolm, W S Warner, J A Qnacken
bush, w 0 Courtney A co, Ravenel A co. Holmes
A calder, Jas E Adger A co, Railroad Agent and
Per steamshlD Champion, for New York-T D
Clancey, F o Uo~?dell, s N Andrews. J S Lee. Miss
W Winh, F Ounce. 8 L Hopping. W Powers, H A
Gunther. A L Tiler, W D Mil er, D Merritt. M Ber?
ry, W Kelly, M Wright, W Morton, L Layton.
Last Quarter 2d 4 honrs 60 minutes, morning.
New Muon 8'i. 8 hours 82 minutes, e vet lng.
First Quarter, I6rh, l hour, 6 minutes, morning.
Full M wu, 24th, 5 hours, 87 minute-, m rnlng.
R. A 8,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.FEBRUARY 16, 1872.
oat Sd deg 46 min 83 sec. [ Lon 79 deg 67 nun 27 sec.
3chr Ann S Ueas. Oarbattl. West Point Mill. Ol
tierces rice. To G A Trenholm A Son, and flav
enei A co.
Received from Bennett's M11L 63 tierces rice.
To W o Bee A co.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York
James Adger A co.
Steamship Champion. Lockwood, New York.'
Bohr B N Hawkins, Wyatt. New York.
Sehr Jnita A Garrison, Smith, Jackson ville.
FROM Tai? PORT.
British bark Matilda Hllyard, Lovett, at Liver?
pool, Jannai y 28.
DP FOR THIS PORT.
Sehr Mathew Kinney, Barter, at New York, 12th
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, at New York, February IS.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
British ship Palmerston, Rollin, at New York,
Brig Wm H Parka, Williams, at New York, 13th
Sehr Ella M Penned, Mitchell, at New York, 13th
sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, at Baltimore, 18th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORK. February 16.
Arrived, steamships Dacia, Moutgomery, Mer
ce dita and Rising Star.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AMO SAILED PGR THIS TORT.
F O R"ET G N .
Ship Nautilus, spencer, np.Jan 8
Br ship Mandala, slack, no.Oct 24
Nor bark Dranpner, Ingoldaen, cl'd.Jan 8
The soeakommeren, Westergaard, al'd.oct 17
The Anevoca, Williams, np.Jan 15
Br bark Lucy, Jones, cleared...,,..Jan 10
The Avondale, Adama, np.Jan 10
Br bark Architect, Doddridge, sailed.
The Lalla, Goody, sailed.Jan 1
Br bark Harvest Home, Diokey, sailed.Jan 18
The Carl N Dobeln, S te?an, sailed.Jan 10
Sehr Henrietta, Barnett, cleared.Dec 8
Sehr Chas Come ry, Pinkham, cleared.Jan li
Sehr John Slusman. Adams, np.Feb 7
Sehr Lacy D--, Hall, cleared.Feo 6
Sehr Mabel Hall,-, saUed.Jan 18
Br (hip Palmerston, Rollin, cleared.Feb 12
Brig w H Parks, Williams, cleared....;...Feb IS
Sehr O E Woodbury, Woodbury, cleared....Feb 8
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, up.Feb 6
Sehr Ella M Pennell Mitchell, cleared.Feb 3
Sehr Ida Blrdaall, Johnson, cleared.Feb 18
Sehr Mathew Kinney, Barter, np.Feb 12
Sehr Lilly, Hoghes, np...Feb 18
Sehr Ellas Moore. De G root, cleared.Feb 8
Sehr Daylight, McFadden, cleared.Jan 26
Sehr Matoaka, Fooks, cleared.;...Jan 20
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.Feb 18
Mit of Shipping
IN THE PORT OP CHARLESTON. FEBRUARY 16.
V?asela under loo tona, and Bteamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
South Carolina, 1600* tons, Beckett, at Union
wharf, for New York, loading-Wagner, Hu?
ger A co-W A Conrtenav.
Sea Gull, 816 tons, Dutton, at Cnlon wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P C Trenhoim.
Virginia, - tons, Hinckley, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-WA Courte?
Eddystone, 1085 to s, Park, at Vanderhorst'a
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J A Enslow
Edith. (Br,) 802 tons. Hilton, at Boyce A co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-H Card.
Julia, (Br.) tons, Baker, at Boye? k co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-R Mare A co.
Colonist, (Norw,) 678 tons, Baarsrad, at Boyce A
co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R T
Othere, (Br,) - ions, McGregor, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-street Bros
Jennie S Barker. 1060 tons, Waite, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-B O Wilkins
Eduard. (Ger.)- tons. Hlloerstadt. at Accom?
modation wharf, for Liverpool, loading
Onward, (Br,) 688 tona Evana, at Vanderhorst'a
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Sarah M Smith, (Br,) 774 tons, BLhop. at Boyce A
co's wharf, from Liverpool, waiting- Master.
Ebenetzer, (Norw,) - tons. Matu lesen, In the
Stream, from Bordeaux, waiting-J M Freds
windermere. (Br,) - tons, Yeaman, at Southern
Wharf, from Halifax. N S. walting-H Card.
Waverly, 820 tons. Terry, at Marsh's wharf, from
Wapella, -tons, Penny, at N E Railroad wharf,
for New Haver, loading-O 'hen A Wells.
Stephen G Barr, 256 tons, Hart, in Ashley River,
lor New York, loading-Master.
Wanata, 229 tona, Swlonerton. In Ashley River,
for Wilmington, Del, loading-Cohen k Wells.
F Merwin, 341 tons. Pearee, In Aahlt-y River, for
Boston, loading-J A Enalow k co.
Z Steelman. 263 tons, Trice, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Boston, walting-Meses Gold?
smith A Son.
Montana, 880 tons. Parker, at Central wharf,
-, from Boston, discharging-M Goldsmith k
JP Allen, 161 tons, Clement, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Baltimore, loading- Cohen k Wella.
Jesse Bart 2d, 265 tons. Hart, at Cnlon wharf,
from New York, discharging-Jos A Enalow
J Truman, 106 tons, Gibbs, at Atlantic wharr, from
Attakapas, walting-T Tapper k sons.
Jalla, (Br,) - tons, McDonald, at Union wharf,
from Matanzas, discharging-J A Enalow A co.
Old Chad, - tons, Mcclintock, at Union wbarf,
from Havana, discharging-Paul, Welch A
Leonesaa, 205 tons, Meyers, In Ashley Blver, for
Porto Rico, loading-J A Enalow A co.
Kate Foster, 114 tons, Rosebrook, tn Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-J A Enslow A co.
Shirts a nb ,f lintis Ijing ?ooos.
Made to order of Beat Mat?riels, and
WARRANTED TO FIT.
Sent by Express, C. O. D. to any part of the
country. Directions for measurement sent on
STAR SHIRT EMPORIUM,
Opposite the Market.
FISK, CLARK A FLAGG'S celebrated Special?
ties are for aale by all first-class dealers lu thin
True Fit Shirts.
Patent Pantaloon Drawers.
Laporte's Kid Gloves.
Kew Styles of Keck Dress.
N. B.-Five novelties just ont. Dover Cloth
Shirts and shirtings. Samson Braces, Patent Pan?
taloon Drawers, (red stamp.) Laporte's Cable Kid
Gloves, and the Regent street s -arr.
FISK, OL \RK A FLAGG,
jan22-mwrimo No. OM Broadway, New York.
Y OB LIY EBPOOL X
The s:orwegtan Bark COLONIST, Baars- ??*
rad, Master, will bsve dispatch for the 3MBt
above port. For Freight, applj to
R. T. WALKER, Bo* ce A Co.'a Wharf.
O R LIVERPOOL.
The First-class American Ship EDDY- JCLM
STONE, Charles C. Park. Master, havlogSH*
large engagements, will meet with prompt dis?
patch, for balance' of engagements,, apply to
Janllt-mwf No. Ul East Bay.
jp O E li 'X VEE POOL.
The Ship ''EDlTiLy_Hllton, Master, re- A
qnlres 500 bales Cjtron to complete cargo,2Ssm
and will saR with dispatch.
Apply to HENRY CARD,
fcblO Accommodation Wharf.'
The First-class German Bark EDUARD; Ak
Captain Halberstadt. haviDg a portion o rwy*
her cargo engaged, and being of aman capacity,
will hare dispatch. For Freight engagements
apply to - HENRY CARD.
rebe _Accommodation Wharf.
jp O B LIVERPOOL.
The first-class British Ship JULIA, Baker >JU
Master, having a portion of ber cargo en- Sflft
gaged, will sail with dispatch.
For Freight engagements apply to
febl_ ROBERT MURE A CO.,
JOE FORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf JMS
mar DAT. at io o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to ;:.
CATTAU THOMAS YOUNO,
nov 15 On Board.
pOE NEW TO BK.
ON SAT OED AT, FEBRUARY 17TH, AT
1 O'CLOCK P. M. ;
NEW IRON STEAM LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870^
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON PECK.
Tile Splendid New Iron Side Wheel steamship
SOUTH CAROLINA, Beckett, Commander, will
eau for New York on 17th February, SATURDAY, at
l o'olocaJ?. M., from Pier No. a. Union w harres.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS A GUION STEAM LOTE. To Genoa,
SHIPS. To NewEnaland Cities as nsuaL
losnrance by steamers of this Line X per cent
lor Freight or Passage Engagements, having
V?JT flue Deok stateroom aocommodatto-s, tggg
to WAGNER, H?GER A CO., No. 20 Broad street,
or to TOA? COURTENAY, NO. 1 Union Wharves.
febU. . . 'f_
PHILADELPHIA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON SCREW STEAMSHIPS
VIRGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter.
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a first
Claas sea connection between Philadelphia and
Charleston, and lu alliance with Railroad Com?
panies at both termini, afford rapid transportation,
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, St. Louis. Chicago and
tte principal cities of tue Noruxwest. Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
styThe VIRGINIA ls appointed to sall from
.Brown's wharf on SATOBDAT, 17th February, at 10
O'Clock A. M. *
?-The Steamship GULF STREAM will rollow.
For particulars of Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agents, No.'ll
Sooth Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
Jpi O B BALTIMORE.
FREIGHTS REOEIYED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE OTHES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine steamship SEA GULL, Dutton Com?
mander, will sall for Baltimore, on FBISAT, lath
February, at ll o'clock. ^
ta- Philadelphia Freights forwarded tcfthat
cltv by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional losnrance, and Consign?es are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage anplv to
PAUL a TRENHOLM, Agent,.
feb!4-8_No. 2 Union Wharves.
.pAOIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPFS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pk r
No. 43. North Uiver, foot of flan m1
Bireet, New York, st 12 o'clock noon, of me_
and 30th of every month except when these
dates fallon ?un day, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with steam?
ers for sooth Pacific and Cent-al American porta.
Departure of lfttb touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and china, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falla on
Snnday; then on the day preceding.
No California ateamers touch at Havana, bot go
direct from New York to AspluwaU.
One hundred poonda bagvage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Ticket? or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE on the wharf
foot of Canal stree-, North River, New > orr.
joly26-lyr F. R. HABY. Agent.
O WAGE! TOWAGE!
BT STEAM TUG RELIEF.
Orders for Harbor, River and Bar
Towage will be promptly executed.
Apply to COBEN A WELLS, ageuu.
febl6-2_' ? ' ' +
VIA SAVANNAH. TWICE A WEEK.
The splendid Steamers*
0ITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WELL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
TUESDAY EVENINO, at 8 o'clock.
The CIT? POINT every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Toool
for st.. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
steamer starlight for Mellonvllle, Enterprise, and
all landings ou upper St. Johns; an i at Palatka
with steamers for the Okiawaha River.
Close connection ls made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for New Orleans and Havana, and
shippers can rely on no detention o? 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'a wharf and bast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Danen, Brunswick,
Batu ia River, and all intermedia'e landings.
Freights for these pointa moat be prepaid here.
ABARGAIN I-TO PRINTERS AND
BOOKBINDERS.-A Ruggles Wood Frame
Paper Cutter, win bo sold low for cash. Is nearly
new, oats 28 inches, and has an extra knife. No
charge for package. Price $40. Apply at TH*
Na we Job Office. niara