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FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
B08T0N-Per sehr Montana-120 bales upland
. cotton. 350 bbls spirits turpentine, 2J8 bbls rosin,
828 tons phosphate rock, 106 tasia clay, 20 pieces
NUTT YORK-Per steamship Sooth Carolina-100
bass sea island cotton, 750 bales upland cotton,
*2 bbls rosin, 62 balea domestica and goods, 45
bales moss, and 130 packages sundries.
Exporta ol tike Week ending Feb'ry 29.
LrrKRPOOL-"er bait Jennie S Barker-172
bags Bea island cotton, and 3319 bales of npland
cotton.Per BrliUh ship Edith-161 bags
sea island cotton, 2"35 bales of upland cotton, 250
tons phosphaie roctc.
HAVANA-Per sehr Old Chad-24.000 feet of pine
MAYAGUEZ AND A MARKET-Per Behr Leonessa
146,400 resawed yellow pine lamber.
BOSION-Per sehr F Merwin-146,800 feet resaw?
ed yellow pine lumber, 45,003 feet timber, 66,000
Nsw YOHK-Per steamship Georgia-189 bags
sea island and 1141 balea upland cotton. 83 tes
rice, 77 bales domestica and goods, Od caakB clay,
206 bandies paper, 430 baga O S meal. 109 pkgs
sundries..Per steamship Manhattan-531
balas npland cotten, 27 tea nee. 73 bales domes?
tica, 642 empty carboys, and iso packages sun?
dries......Per steamship James Adger-18
bags jea island cotton, 586 baleB upland cotton,
*8 tea rice. 54 bales domestica and goods, 250
PHILADELPHIA-Pertsteamship Gulf Stream
332 bales cotton, 67 tlerci* rice, 462 obis naval
atores, 203 bales domestica, Ac, 200 bags of rice
floor, 7 tons old iron, io bbls oranges, and 121
BALTIMORE- Per steamship Falcon-495 tes rice,
170 bales cotton. 90 bbls roslD, 23 bales domestics,
6 hhda and 1 bale hides, 20 pkga fruit, 33,000 feet
lember, and sundries.....Per sehr j H Stickney
365 tona or phosphate rock... .Per sehr J P Allen
119,470 feet of lumber.Per sehr Harriet Bi?
ker-150 tons of phosphate rock, 26,000 feet lum?
Nsw HAVEN-Per Behr Wapella-213,918 feet of
flooring boards and plank.
AITAJKAPAS-Per sehr J Truman-40.900 feet of
DARI BK, GA-Per sehr Ida Blrdsall-164 pack?
Tn? Charleston Stock and Bond Harket
The market for securities has been dull. City
stock sold atanctionatsi@5iK.and Charleston
-and Savannah 6 per cents., ex coupons, at 69.
Southern Bank Bills.
Bank of Camden... 10
Bank or Chester....;. 13
Bank or Georgetown....-. 01 02
Bank or Hamburg. 17
Bank or South Carolina. Ol
Bank of State of South Carolina,
- prior te 1861. nominal
Bank or State of Sooth Carolina,
after 1st January, 1 sei.
-Commercial Bank, Columbia.. 02
Exchange Bank, Columbia. 02
Tannera' and Exchange Bank,
Merchants' Bank, Cheraw. 01
Planters'Bank Fairfield. 01
State Bank.... 01
State Bonds, old.
State Bonds, new. ' ..
-State 8toek.......?. ...
S. a Railroad and Hank Stock._ 36 00 87 00
8. 0. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.. .. en 00
S. c. Rall road Seven Per Cent, Bonds .. asco
& C. Railroad First Mortgage Bonds .. 85 00
Northeastern Railroad Stock (capi?
Northeastern Railroad Stock (pre
Northeastern Railroad First More
- - gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 92 00 93 00
. Northeastern Railroad Second Mort
... gage Bonds, 8 Per Cent. 83 00
; Savannah and Charleston Railroad
'Stock. 20 00
i Savannah and Charleston Rauroaa
First Mortgage 7 Per Cent. Bonds. .. 73 00
Savannah and Charleston Kailroau
7 Per Cent. State guaranteed
Bonds. 70 00
Charleston and Savannah 6 Per
Cent Bonds, (ex coupons). 59 00 60 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
.""Co. Stock. 160 2 00
Greenville and Colombia Railroad
ts I Per Cent State guaranteed
Bonds.. 65 00 66 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent. First Mortgage Bonds .. 95 00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad
7 Per Cent Second Mortgage
Bonds..... 48 00
Oheraw and Darlington Railroad
First Mortgage Bonds. 90 00
Cheraw and Darlington Railroad
Second Mortgage Bonds. 72 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
Railroad stock. 40 00
Charlotte, Columbia and Augusta
, - RaUreadFirst Mortgage Bonds... .. 82 00
Spartanbdrg and Onion Railroad
State guaranteed Bonds.
Blue Ridge Railroad First Mortgage
City Secarme*. -
-City of Charleston Six Per cent.
?Stock.. 61 00 62 00
C:ty of Charleston Fire Loan 7 Per
Gent. Bonds. 72 00
City or Columbia 8 Per Cent Bonds. .. 60 00
City of Columbia 7 Per Cent Bonds. .. 70 00
.First National Bank of Charleston
: Stock.. 126 00
People's National Bank Stock. 108 00
Union Bank Stock. 46 00 60 00
.Sontn Carolina Lean-and Trust
Company. 95 00
^People's Bank Stock. 2 60 S 60
.Plantera' and Mechanics' Bank
Stock.......... 20 00 25 00
-Bank of Charleston Stock. I860 I960
-Carolina National Bank Stock.100 00 '
k Charleston Gas Company Btock.I9 60 2000
.City Railway Stock.63 00 64 00
The C nuneaton market.
TOB THE WBBX ENDING THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 29.
THE CHOPS -T.. weather for most of this time
presented favorable conditions for agricultural
T abor, having been moderately cold and generally
; dry, and hos promoted the disappearance of the
./excess or moisture which interfered with work.
'Preparations for the coming planting bas pro?
ceeded nointrruptedly, and without any promi?
nently obstructing event. The week closed some?
what unsettled, with rain.
THE RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
. for the work up to Friday last were 77,037 bales,
' against 88.966 the week berore and 136,661 for the
period last year.- At New Orleans the supplies
were87,515 balts, in contrast with 62,780 the cor?
responding time the year previous. The total re?
ceipts at the cotton ports from September i, 1871,
ap to the latent dates, were 2,205,813 bales,
against 2,863,770 last yea*, showing a decrease or
660,9?7 bales. The supplies at the principal South?
ern markets from September, 1, 1871, up to the
latest telegraphic intelligence, aa compared with
the year before, were as follows:
New Orleans, February 28 .706.853 985.467
Mobile, February 23 .258 934 326,621
Savannah, February 28.389.908 6U8.608 |
Charleston, February 28.'.-33.496 282,481
Gaiveaton,- February 28.168.914 170,047
Norrolk, February 28.2*2,828 246,051
Wilmington, F< brnary 28 . 42,541 69 B28
Other ports, February 28.132,339 177,667
Total bales.'..2,205,813 2,869.770
Total decrease to date..660,957
Thc receipts, as reported by telegraph, at the
pi in-. leal Southern markets, from February 22 to
28,1872, inclusive, were as follows. This includes
all points but overland:
Nz w ORLEANS
Feb 22. 6383.Feb 28.. 2437)
Feb 24. 4343.Feb 26.....10.567 ^34,339
Feb 27 . 4467.Feb 28 .... 6162J
For ihe corresponding week last year._60,475
Feb 22. 940.Feb 23. 6601
Feb 24. 631.Fib 2(1.3593 r 6,283
Feb 27.217.Feb 28 . 242 J
Feb 22.1700..Feb 23.12821
Feb 24..1892.Feb 26.20671- 9.433
Feb 27.1369. Feb 28.1123 J ||
Feb ti. 861.Feb 23 . 9201
Feb 24.677.Feb 26.1240 J- 5,663
Feb 27 . 570.Feb 28.1295 J
La t year.-..7,324
Feb 22 . 674.Feb 23.2151
Ftb 24. 583.Feb 28. 745 V 3,225
Feb 27. 690.Feb 28..318 1
Last y ear.9(133
Feb 22 . 696.Feb 23. 9601
Feb 24. 842.Feb 2t?.1420 r 5,978
~ Feb 27.1130.Feb 28. 930 j
- Feb 22. 174.Feb 23. 1971
Feb 24.. 168..Feb 26. 107 V 859
Feb 27. 98.Ftb 28...115J
Last year.-. 1,428
Total 1872..:. 65,680
Total 1871.~.121,918 ,
Toe stocks of the article la sight at the ls
dates were as follows:
j 1872. 18
Stock in Liverpool.bales...569,000 764
Stock la Londou.181.000 76
Stock In Glasgow. 4M
Stock lo Havre..200,000 42
Stock In Marseilles.I3.ooo 4
Stock in Bremen. 14,600 2
Stock rest ot the Continent.90.000 26
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat Tor Havre (American
and Brazil,). 22,750
Afloat for Bremen (American ).... 20,678 zr,
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock In United Mates ports.651,821 698
?tock in Interior townB. 87,065 us
increase or stock in sight. 1?,
The arrival at this pi rt for the week Jost
mlnated were 161 bags of sea Islands and Flori
and 5402 bales of uplands, against 142 bags of
islands and Floridas and 4790 bales or uplai
the week before, and 311 bags of sea islands t
Floridas and 7082 bales of uplands for the con
ponding time the year previous. These supp
came as follows, say of uplands per South Ca
lina Railroad, 4541 bales: per Northeastern R
road, 479; Savannah and Charleston Railroad
Peedee, 250; San tee, 107; Florida, 19. Of sea
lands, Northeastern Railroad, 10; Beaufort,
Santee, 10; Florida, 69; Savannah, 4; savant
and Charleston Railroad, 22; Edlsto, 8 bales.
THE COTTON MARKET.-Trie movement in t
article waa dull, with easier prices during t
period, and the rates In the foreign market, wh
opened at n>?@ll*?d $ BJ for mld?llng apian
declined lijfd; at New York prices commen
at 22nc and receded to 22^c; while at this po!
middling uplands began at 22@22#c and fell ol
21XC fl lb, closing entirely nominal. The tra
actions and prices at Liverpool and New York,
this time, were as follows: On Friday, Februi
23, the former was dull, uplands 11X911X4, se
12,000 bales; the latter was quiet and dull, i
lands 22J?C, sales 1024 bales. On Saturday
former was dull, uplands 11X4 sa'e3 10,000 bal
the latter was steady at 22J?c, sales 2189 bal
On Monday the former was dull upi at
i: ?.. vi. sal.s 10,000 bales; the latter was qo
uplands 22Xc, sales 1506 bales. ' On Tno day at i
former there was co business; abd the latter v
steady at 22jic sales 1456 bales. On Wednesd
the former was dull, uplands ll)?@ll>?d, sa
12.OCO bales; the latter was dull and nominal
22#c, eales 913 bales. Yesterday the former ^
doll at ilXd; the latter was dull and nominal
The transactions and prices lu this market 1
the week just terminated were as follows :
Friday, February 23, the demand was modera
with rather a inlet and dull reeling; sales 1
bales, ordinary to good ordinary being .quoted
20@2lJ?c, low middling 21*. middling 22@22
strict mi idling 22*ic. fi lb. On Saturday l
market was dull and prices Xe. fl lb easier; sa!
SOO bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quot
at 20@2i?i. low middling 21??@2lX, middling !
strict middling 2?tfo. 1? lb On Monday the c
mand was light and prices x@)?o. fi rb. low?
sales 250 biles, ordinary to goo.i ordinary bell
qoted at 2c@2i, low middling 21 >?, middling 2l<
strict mildling nominal. On Tuesday lhere wi
but little inquiry, prices nominally unchang
sales 150 bales; quotations as before. On Wednc
day the market was nearly at a stand; sal
about 300 bales, mostly stained qualities; quot
tiona nominal. On yesterday the article oontlnui
dull and without movement of note; eales 1
bales, say 3 at 20, 2 at 20tf, 20 at 20X, 26 at 22. ?
reliable quotations can be given.
SKA ISLAND COTTON.-The receipts of th
quality of the staple were light, say ab .ut li
bags of Carolinas and Floridas for the wee
There has bsen a steady and wei u FUS tain cd d
mand for this article, the market thowlng Urn
ness, with transactions amounting to near 6!
bags, among which were some 60 bags at 90c@i
and upward fl lb. Of the transactions we noi
the following, say: Of Carolinas, 8 at 65c, 5 <
70, 6 at 72, 42 at 75,1 at 76, 2 at 78, 26 at 80, 211
si, 25 at 85,29 at 90, and 26 on private terms. (
Floridas, 18 at 55c, 2 at 60, 2 at 66,4 at 76c. By
careful count of st ck yesterday, the ameunt o
hand waa found tocou?l t of 722 bags of Florida
and 1533 bags of Carolinas, or which amour:
about loo were on the wharf in course of shit
ment, leaving a net stock of 2155 bags or a!
RICE-The supplies cr Carolina were only in
limited way, say about 8000bushels for the weeli
There bas been a well sustained demand for tm
grain at firm prices, the mar ?et showing a stead;
character; sales about l2Cf tierces of clean Caro
Una, among which were, viz: 31 tierces at7&
150 at 7 13-16,160 at VA, 85 at 8, 95 at 8 1-16, 20i
at s.v. 67 at 8 3-16, 69 at 8X, 41 at 8 5-16, 111
at 6J? c fl rb. We quote common to fair at 7J?(s
good firstname.lastname@example.org ft lb.
NATAL STORES.-These articles come forward lo
a limited way, the supplies for the week consist
lng or about 1000 bbls of all descriptions. Tbl
market has been generally quiet, with a Ugh
stock and fair transactions in rosins, bnt spir.ti
was duIL The sales were about as follows: Or
Friday, February 23, there was no business ol
note. On Saturday. February 21, about 567 bbli
rosins were sold, say 4 bbls pale at $9 50, 7 low
pale at $8 50, 30 extra No l at $7 so, 139 No l ai
$7, 331 low No 1 at ss 25, 6 opaque at $5, 33 dull
at $6. On Monday, "February 26, sales 149 bbli
rosins, viz: 79 bbls extra No 1 at $7 25,49 No 1 at
$7,21 low No l at $5 25, ~3 duli at so, l opaque r t
$5. On Tuesday, February 27, there were no sa'es
reported On Wednesday, February 28, mar set
for rosins active and most of the stock sold; s iles
about 1050 bblB, viz: 4 bbls dress at $4 fl t bl, s
black at $4 25, 44 No 3 at $4 45,110 No. 2 at <A 50,
92 extra No 2 'at $4 60,888 low No l at $' 25,77
No l at $7, 60 extra No 1 at $7 25; also ll bbls
new crop rosin, say 4 extra pale at tio, 5 pale
at $9, and 2 dull at $8. No tales ol spirits. Yes?
terday the market was quiet and without sales of
note. Crude turpentine may be quoted at $6 fl
bbl for vlrgln,$5 for yellow dip, an 1 $3 25 for hard.
HAT.-The arrivals were unimportant. Sales
of about 300 bales Eastern qualities tcok place at
$1 80 fl hundred.
CORN -There was received about l7,ooo bushels
ot this grain, say 12,000 (rom Baltimore, SOOO from
Norfolk and 2000 from North Carolina. A cargo
or 2100 bushels white North Carolina, in bulk, sold
at 85c fl bushel; 4200 bushels white Maryland, In
bulk, at 85c. fl bushel, cash; looo bushels
white, In bulk, at 84c, and 2400 do. at 83)?c ft
bushel, In bulk; 2000 bushels white Maryland at
9lc fl bushel, bags Included. Jobbing lots or
prime white may be quoted at 96@98c fl bushel;
bags included. Some 1100 bushels mlxei corn
sold at fc8c fl bushel, bags lucluded.
OATS.-The supplies of this grain were about
3500 bushels from Philadelphia and Baltimore.
Sa es or 1400 bushels took place at 63Xc fi bushel,
PEAS -Limited supplies or clay are coming to
hand, and may be quoted at $1 35@l 50 fi bushel
as In quality.
FLOUR -The market ls but lightly supplied with
this article and prices were firm. We quote
Northern and Western super at $7 25@7 50 fl
bbl, extra at $8 20@8 50 fl bbl, family at $8 75?
9 50 fl bbl. Southern descriptions are In small
bupply, and super may be quoted?at f 7 25@7 50 fl
bbl, extra at $8 25?s 60 fi bbl, family at $s 7i@
9 50, and extra family at $9 60@10 60 fl bbl.
A lot of 50 bbls super to arrive sold at $7 20
BACON.-There is a fair d. maud lor prime meat,
prices showing no change, with a moderate
stock in the hands of dealers. Prime smoked
shoulders may be quoted at 7%c fl lb, prime
smoked clear rib sideB at 8&@8J?c fl lb. prime
Baited shoulders at 6>?c fl lb, and prime salted
Bides at 7\@8c fl tts. Sales ot 64 boxes dry
salted sides took place, to arrive, at 7&c fl rb.
Com:s.-The article ls held firmly fur all de?
scriptions. Fair to prime Rio may be quoted at
23@25c fl lb. ?
s CG AK AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mode?
rate. Fair to fully fair Louisiana sugar may be
quoted at 9>i @iic fl rb, good to prime grocery su?
gars may be quoted at li@i2c fl lb, fatr to good
Cubas io>?@U>?c, fair to p:ime Demeraras at
HX@i2u fl rb. New Orleans molasses, prime
at 56@6'JC fl gallon. Cuba muscovado molasses
may be quoted at 36@37c lu hhds. and 39@10cin
bbls; clayed at 33@3?c in hhds. and 35@37c In
bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 23@24c in hhds,
and 25@27c in barrels.
BOTTER AND LARD.-There is a fair stock of this
article-fancy Goshen may be quoted at 35 cts;
New York State, prime, 25@30c; medium 20@25c;
1 tl.E? unAxbJuuo j
ordinary gradea, Bweet, I5@i8c; choice Western
20@25c Lard ls In fair supply, add ls beld at
12@13c ft lb. Cheese-ractory choice 15@16c.
SALT.-Jobbing parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 oo@i 70 fl sack.
Parcela or loo sacks from store sell at $1 60 ft
i nos BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, of the moat
approved patterns, are offered on the market at
sx@6o ft Vs. Wallis tie 6@6Xc.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror this article
maintains a firm character. We quote fl yard,
gunny cloth -; domestic Donble Anchor, 45
Inches, may be quoted at I9@20c; Elephant
at -, Ludlow 18c, other brands as In quality.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market for this arti
cle ls quiet. We quote timber for milling purposes
from $e@10. Shipping timber $io@is. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, eui
to size, from $ie@22 "a M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $18@15; river lumber, $10@T2; dressed
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on ssa islands; via New
Tork Xd on uplands, ld on sea Islands; by sall
o-ie@,'id on uplands, on Bea Islands nominal. To
Sarre - on nplands. Coastwise -to New York,by
steam xe on uplands and loon Bea Islands; $2
ft tierce on rice; by sail, - fl Hs on cotton;
- ft tierce on rice; 40c fl barrel on rosin;
$8 V H on lumber; $10 ft IX on timber. -To
Boston, by sall, %c ^ ft on npland cotton;
rosin 05c; resawed stuff $9 50@$13 50; phosphate
$5@5 50. To Providence, by sall, $9 00 "a M on
boards, Xe ft rn on cotton ; by steam $1 ft bale on
New York rates. To Philadelphia, by steam, Xe
V us on uplands; by sall, $8 ft M on boards; $9 60
@io on timber; $3 ft ton on clay, and $3@3 50 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Xe ft ft,
by sall, $6 ?o?7 fl M on boards; $8?8 60 on
timber: $3 25 fl ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand by our merchante to take lum
ber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Danen
and Sanaa River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and IO?12 ft M are rates on
lumber and boards.
DoMBSTic EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks on New York at X@xc discount;
time bills nominal. They are selling sight checks
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 15j,'@i9 nominal Tor SO day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
10 and selling at ll.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, February 29.
Neon -Consols 92X- Bonds 91X
Evening.-Bullion decreased ?144,000.
- PARIS, February 29.
Noon.-Rentes 56f 62c.
NEW YORK, February 20.
Noon.-Stocks dull. Gold heavy at 10X* Money
firm at 7. gold. Governments very heavy. Ex?
change-long 9X; short 10X- Freights dall.
NEW ORLEANS, February 29.
Sterling 20X- Sight X discount. feld lox.
LIVERPOOL, February 29.
Nonn.-Cotton opened quiet; uplandB HXaliXd,
Later.-Cotton heavy; nplands llXallX*, Or?
leans li)?d; sales 10,000; speculation and export
Evening.-Cotton closed heavy; uplands llXd.
Nsw YORK, February 29.
Noon.-Cotton opened nominal; nplands 22Xc,
Orleans 22Xc; sales 620 bales.
Evening.-totten quiet; Bales IS27 bales; up?
lands 22Xc, Orleans 22?c. sales of futures to?
day 23,850 bale*: March 21Xa2IX; April 22a22X;
May 22 3 l6a22 9-16; June i2 5-16*22 V; Joly 22Xa
22X; August 22a22XC
BOSTON. February 29.
Cotton dall and declining; middlings 22x0;
net receipts 338 bales; gross 739; sales 200; stock
Cotton quiet; middlloga 23Mc.
BALTIMORE, February 29.
Cotton dull and heav>; middlings 22Xc; net
receipts 217 bales; gross 354; exports coastwise
76; sales 130; ato.k 8510.
NORFOLK, February 29.
Cotton dull; low middlings 21c; net receipts
840 bales; exports coastwise 2701; sales SOO; stock
WILMINGTON, February 29.
Cotton dull; middlings 22c; receipts 131 bales;
exports coastwise 229; vales 106; stock 3897.
SAVANNAH. February 29.
Cotton qtlet and weak; middlings 2ixc; net
receipts 1399 balea; sales 1600; Rtock 67,720.
* AUGUSTA. February 29.
Cotton quiet and weak; middlings 21c; receipts
60? bales; salsa 450.
M EM rn i *. February 2P.
Cotton dull; middlings 2ixa2iXc; receipts 909
MOBILE. February 29.
Cotton dull and heavy; middlings UKO:nat
receipts 964 bales; sales 100; stock 63.302.
NEW ORLEANS. February 29.
Cotton, buyers end sellers apart and tending
down; middlings nominally 22c; net receipts 3593;
gross 37ti4; exports to Liverpool 9824; coastwise
1146; sales 2300; stock 2I3.S33 bales.
GALVESTON, February 29.
Cotton weak;good ordinary 19Xc; net receipts
691; exports to Great Britain OOO; coastwise 79;
Bales 500; stock 43,278 bales.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL. February 29.
Noon.-Pork 57s. Lard 44s Od. Tallow 4is.
NEW YORK. February 29.
Noon.-Flour dull and heavy. Wheat dull and
nominally lower. Corn dull and heavy. Pork
dull; new mess $l4al4 50. Lard quiet and steady
ut9Xa9X. Turp ntine dull ats IX- Koala weak
at $4 90 tor strained.
Evening.-Flour dull and droop!"-: common to
fair extra $7a7 50; vood ?0 clio. , $7 80a9 50.
WhlBkey moro active and lower at 90c. Wheat
very dull; winter red anU amber Western $163a
1 7u. corn-ralr export and home demand, with
light supply, at 69J?'a70Xc. Rice quiet at 8a6Xc.
Pork a shade ea 1er at $i4di4i2X. Lard a trula
easier at DKaSXc Naval stores dull. Tallow
dull at 8Xau,s,'e .
BALTIMORE, February 29.
Flour very strong; Howard street superfine
$6 25a7; Rio and choice Western a 8hade xbove
out-lde quotations. Wheat firm. Oom, white
03aC6c, yellow 62u62Xc. oats unchanged. Rte
95ca$l 02. PIOVIHIOUB quiet. Whiskey uoauic.
LouiaViLLK, February 29.
Provisions steady. Pork $132). Sluuutersoc,
sides 7Xa7Xc Lard, tierce 9Xc; kcgsioc. Whis?
CINCINNATI, February 29.
Pork $12 75. shoulden 5Xc; sides 7a7X ceuts.
NEW ORLEANS, February 19.
. Oats k wer at 65c. Hay, prime $30, choice $32.
Pork lower at $14 75. Lard quiet; tierce 9X, keg
10c. Molasses tn demand ; lu Tenor, not ferment
lug. 45c; prime ?9u; strictly prime 61c. Other ar*
-\tvr York Rice Market.
NEW YOKE. February 28.
The Dally Bunnin says: >tn.ug m.vices irom
the Som h are reported. 'J he stocks here are not
very large, are very well concentrated and con?
trolled and I olders' Ideas are Him. Mill the cur?
rent calf does net amount 10 much, is contlued in
ti.e main to unimportant traue paro- ls, and busi?
ness has a alow tone generally f<<r all grades,
though io day a rew exira ordert have increased
the movement somewhat Stiles ?r 90 tea Carolina
at 9Xc, loo bug-? Patna at ".sc, loo bags Hat;goon
exe. JU bonn 300 bacs Rangoon 3,\?C ana 500
bags Patna at $3 ?d gold.
New York Naval Stores Market.
NEW YORK. February 28.
The Daily Bulletin says: Heolpts tu-duy 3248
bbls rosin, 80 do spirits tu ptntlue, 309 do tar.
Stints turpentine is thoroughly demoralized for
the moment, and no positive market price can be
given, although some partira quote about 85L\
Dealeiaare walting to Hec what will turn up at
Wilmington; the market the.c was lower to-day,
and should lt dec lne lurther parties here would
probably buy, but., sh. uld lt advance, pri?es
here of course would stiffen and give the few
holders who control the majority or the st ck tue
advantage. ROSIDS are moderately active and
Jtiady. .-ales lloo bbls strained at $4 70; 600
bbls do at $4 75, and lt bbls Nu l at. $5 75. Tar
is more active, with nales or ?0) bbls Washington
at $3 37X. and 200 bbla Newbern at $3 25. Pitch
1B quiet but firm at $4 8">?a5.
WILMINGTON, February 28.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-salen or 10 casks at 80c,
and 16 casks at 82c per gallon ror Southern pack?
ROSIN.-strained has declined 40c. Sales of 1300
bbls ar. $4 30.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 5U bbls at $4 16
for hard and $6 15 fur yellow dip and virgin.
TAR.-?64 bbla sold ut $2 80 per bbl. Market
COTTON-Quiet. No sales reported.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA. February 28.
Sales of cotton 120 bales; middlings 21c.
SPARTANBURG, Februarv 27.
Cotton ls selling at 20c.
NKWBERRV, February 27.
Cotton selling at 21 tfc.
COLUMBUS, February 27.
Oar market ls nominal; middling-1 2lc. Receipts
three days GM bale.-, against 2?5 I ist week and 568
corresponding week 1871. Shipped same days 363,
against 427 and 611. Sales 172 bales; recemis 76;
MONTGOMERY, February 27.
The market closed quiet this evening, aa fol?
lows: Good ordinary 20Xc. strict good ordinary
20X, low middlings 21, middlings 21X?
New York Ganny Cloth Market.
NEW TOBE, February 28.
The Dally Bulletin says: The market for cloth
remains Arm. Salea loo bales at $11 gold lu
bond, and 400 rolls domestic on spot on p. t., and
600 for March and April delivery at 18c. Bags
ara firmly held. We quote at 10c gold in bono,
and domestic I6>ial6c. BBga doll at l?tfal?Kc
for 113ht and heavy.
Hew Turk Coffee Market.
Nsw Youie, February 28.
The Dally Bulletin says: A more dull and
stupid ma ket could scarcely be Imagined than
the one now under review lor say a week or ten
days past, and a stereotyped report or the posi?
tion has been given by dealers daliy. The whole
difficulty 1B claimed to arise from the uncertainty
as io what will be done with the tariff, and the
trade generally complatn loudly of the delay in
the settlement of the question.. A few country
dealers are obliged to secure small lots to make
good an entirely depleted stock, but they buy no
more than ls absolutely needed, and this move?
ment embraces about all the business doing, AB
to values, they are, of course, still nominal, and
quotations almost uselesB. On duty-paid goods
some concessions have been made since
the dullness set in, but nothing of an
important character, and though bids are
considerably 1 educed, we do not trunk a
pound of desirable cofTee in haod could be
bought at any lower rates. Still, as before noted,
everything Just now la In a nominal condition,
and values cannot be decided upon uutll goods
commence to move. For the day the market for
Brazils remains extremely dall and without sales,
but the apathy on West India grades has been
somewhat broken by the sale of 2756 bags Mara
calbo, per "Impulse," at about 19>?c gold. The
stock of Rio at tte ports, aa mada up by Messrs.
Wm. Scott A Sons to day, was 166,151 bags, In?
cluding 3500 at Galveston, 10,141 at New OrleanB,
4800 at Mobile, 1600 at Savannah, 25 341 at Balti?
more, and 120.863 at New York. We quote Rio,
cold in bond, nominally as follows: Ordinary
cargoes lennie*; fair 17al7X; good l7>?al7J?,
Exports of Naval store? ana Lumber
from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1,1871, to February ?8.187?
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NOTE.-We have ueuueieii rrom New oneaue
BS.579 bales uplands, from Mobile 2530 balea un?
?a' da; from savannah 2784 baga sea Island and
1458 bales upland, anti from Charleston 3155 basts
sea island and "52 bales upland cotton; also,
B55 bales wrecked cuttou from the coast of Flor?
ida-being the receipts at tuose portB from Mo?
bile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Comparative Export? or Cotton and Rle?
from thc Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1871, to February 38, 1879.
Other Br. Ports
Other Fr. Porte
N. or Europe
WV Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports.
S. I. Up'd. i Rice
Bait. A Nr'folk
S. I. Up'd. i Rice
30 71151 1261
Stock of Cotton In the interior Towns
at ttie Latest Dates.
Montgomery.. ..February 23
Charleston Wholesale Price.s
BAGGING, fl yara
Gunny Cloth. ?
New York Double Anchor, 46
Inches, 2Xtha. 19 ? 20
BALK ROPE, ft te
Western. s ? 12 s
Jute.. - ?
BUTTER-Goshen. 83 ? 85
COTTON, ft te
Ordinary to good ordinary.... .. ?
Low middling. @
Middling to strict middling.?
Good middling. ?
Sea island. 65 ? 1 00
U07FBB, ft ft
Rio. 28 ? 25
Laguayra. 26 ? 28
Java. 30 ?
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 fts.
Cash.45 00 ?
Time (with 7 per ct. interest) 50 00 ? ..
Wando Fertilizer.cash.... so 00 ?
Time.66 00 ? ..
Doable Relined Poadrette. 30 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate. 68 00 ? ..
Peruvian Guano, ft 2240 ms... 75 00 ?
Pacific Guano.ft 2000 tts.cask. 45 00 ? ..
Time.60 00 ? ..
Phoenix Guano. 47 60 ? ..
Baugti's Phos., fk 2000 tts.cash 45 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 fts 65 00 ?
Rhodes- Standard Manure ($66
time).60 oo ? ..
urchlllo Guano ;$40 time). 36 00 @ ..
Land Plaster. 13 00 @ 16 00
Mapes'Super Phos, ft 2000 Bs. 45 00 ? ..
Wooiston's Phosphate or Lime 66 00 ? ..
Wooiston'a Vege'or, ft 2000 tbs 65 00 ? ..I
Oroasdale's Gen. Sub.Phos. net 60 00 ? ..
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 CO ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 66 00 @
Sard y's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ? ".|
Patansco Guano. 66 00 @ ..I
E. Frank Co c's Ammon latee
Bone Phosniiate.......cash. 48 00 (fr
Time. 62 00 @
Ooe'a Pare Dlssol'd Bone.casu 60 00 ?
Time. 65 00 @
Whann's Superphosphate. 60 00 @ 70 Ou
Etlwau Guano.cash.. 66 00 ? ..
Time. 60 00 ? .. |
Etlwnn Crop Food.cash.. 40 oo ? ..
Time.45 00 ?
Etlwan Dissolved Boue..cash. 36 00 @
Time.40 00 @
Zell's Ammonlated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).so co ?
Russel Coe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate (?60
time). 45 00 ?
Cotton Food, per ton. 60 00 ? ..-I
Boweu A Meicer's Superphos?
phate-caab...T. 45 00 ?
Time.00 00 ?
Wilcox, Gibba A Co.'s Manipu?
lated.60 00 ? ..
Stono Soluble Guano ($66 time) 60 00 ? .. I
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($30 time). 2 s 00 ?
Stono Pure Ground Phosphate. 12 00 ?
Atlantic Phosphate Co...cash. 48 00 ?
Time, free ol Interest. 62 00 ?
Acid Phosphates.cash. 28 00 ? ..
Time, Tree of Interest..... 31 00 ?
EurekaAmmo.BonePhos.cash 45 00 ?
Time.60 00 ?
Middleton's Fish Ammonlated
Phosphate.cash.. 45 00 ?
Time. 65 00 ?
FLOUR, ft bbl -
Fine. ? ..
Super. 7 25 ? 7 60
Northern and Western Extra. 8 25 ? 8 60
Baltimore Extra. ? ..
Southern-Super. 7 25 ? 7 50
Extra. 8 25 ? 8 60
Family. 8 75 ? 9 60
GRAIN, ft bushel
Maryland Oats. 68X?
Western Oats. ? ..
Corn. 86 ? 96
HAY, ft cwt
North River. 1 80 ? ..
LUMBER, i? M feet
Clear White Pine, Drat quality. 60 00 ? 66 00
White Plue, good mn.38 '00 @ 40 00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 ? 24 00
Boards, rough. ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Ouba. 83 ? 37
Muscovado. 38 ? 60
Sugar-house. 23 @ 27
New Orleans. 58 ? 60
NAVAL STORES, ft bbl
Tar. ? .. I
Pitch. ? ...
Rosin, pale. 9 00 @ 10 00
Rosin, No. 1. 6 25 ? 7 60
RoBln. No. 2. 4 50 ? 4 6)
Rosin, No. 3. 4 45 ?
Spirits Turpentine, ft gallon.?
Crude Turpentine, ft bbl. ?
Hard Turpentine.'. ?
Oakum, ft ?. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d., ft keg 6 05 ? 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... coo ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. S 00 ? ..
Dunont'B. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, ft te- j
Bacon, Hama. ? ..
Sides. os a? 08X
Shoulders. 07 >i? .. 1
Strips. ? .. I
Lard, in keg. ll ? 12
Cheese. io ? is
Eggs. 30 ? 40
Poultry-Chickens, ft doz.... 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, ft doz. 5 00 ? 5 60
Potatoes, Irish, ? bbl. 2 76 ? ? 00
Onions. 2 75 @ 3 00
RICE, fl lb-Carolina. 07,'i? 08?i
East india. ?
SALT, ft sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool, fine. ? ..
SUGAR, ft lb-Raw. ?
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10X? 12X
BKBSWAX-ft ?J. 88 ? 40
Ut DES. Oreen-ft te. ?
Dry.. 12 ? 15
Receipts per Railroad, February 29.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
356 bales cotton, 36 balea goods, 3 cars stock.
To Railroad Ageut, Peizer, Rodgers A co, Frost,
Adger A co, Trpnhnim A Son, w B Smith A co. A
J Salinas. G li Walter A co, Pringle A Son, W W
Smith, Sloan A Seigolous, M?wry A Son, W P
Dowling G w Williams A co, Witte Bros, Reeder
A Davis, W B Williams A Son, Pringle A Son, J N
Rob-on, Murdaugh, Mathews A co, H Cobla A co,
W O Bee A co, Macqueen A Rlecke, W K Ryan, A
88 bales npland cotton, 50 bbls naval stores,
cars lumber, wood, roach rice, tobacco, mdse,
Ac. To Whllden ? Jones, Frost, Adger A co, G
W Williams A co, w 0 Courtenay A co, T P
Smith, A S Smith, Pringle A SOP, O ATrenholm
A Soi>, J E Adicer A co. Kinsman & Howell. Cald?
well A Son, Chapeau A co. Barden A Parker, S D
Stoney, Crane, Boylston A co, Wagener A Mon
sees, 0 Lelbenrood. L E Connor A Son, J Green, A
J talina?, G Foll?n, E Welling, Railroad Agent
FORT CA LES DAH.
Last Quarter, 2d 4 hours. 50 minutes, morning.
New Moon 8rti. 8 hours 32 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, I6U1.1 hour, 5minutes, morning.
Full M'jon. 24th. 6 hourB, 37 minutes, morning.
FEB. A MARCH
29 Thursday -
H.' A 8.
Per steamship South carolina, for New York
Capt R H Tucker, M H Daniels, Mrs L Webb, H W
?earle, John Foster, Miss Foster, Miss Foster. Miss
Sliwf;,? Cunningham, 0 H Oroney, Thos Purria,
N ? Middleton. Jr. Mr and Mrs T A Boyd, Miss A
A Edwards. Miss E N Edward?, C Olzson, 0 Torn
well. E E Edwards, Miss J P Laarens, and T P
Per steamship Charleston, from New York
J F Redcliffe and wire. Mrs win berg, F M Ware
and wire, and nurse, J o Brown, R F Redcliffe.
J O Pipkin, 1) Levy. 0 E Earns, T Heath, o B
Smith, Mrs Smith, B Stanford, J B steel. L B
Tatum, Rev B M Yarrlngton, D Merritt, Miss M
Merritt, Misa V Merritt, Mrs Tache, and ie in
CHARLESTON, H. C.MARCH 1.
(.at Z'i deg 46 min 88 sec. | Lon 7?deg 57 mm27src.
Steamship Charleston, Berry. New York-left
27th lost. Mdse. To Jas Adger A co. J E Adger
A co, J Apple, Adams, Damon A c>, G W Almar,
Dr H Baer, J Burke A Son, E E Bedford. E Bates
A ci. WA Bu roughs, W M Bird A co, Brewer A
Kohnke, H Bischoff A co, W H Chafee A co, Chas
Bart A co, J 0 H Claussen, L Oohes A co, Bowie,
Moise A Davis, Jno Commins, Douglas A Miller, K
N Ellie, Epping. Russell A co, J S Fairly A co, fl
Gerdts A co, Furchgctt, Benrdlct A co. Heath A
Rice, Tiedeman, Calder A co, H H A co, Hart A
co, Harris A Houghton. C H Johnson. Johnston,
Crews A co, J Jara, A Hiing, Jaeger Bros. Ellnck,
Wlckenberg A co. O L Kornahrens, C Kerrison,
L Keneke, R H Kimball, J W Linley, W T Levin,
R Lathers, P B Lalane. K M W, J G MUnor A co,
J G A D C Marsh, R Muller, O L Mathe**, Nach
man A Co. J Wilson, W F Paddon, Q E A co, J
Rugheimer. A G Stolbrand, W Shepherd A co,
Steele A Wardell, S Thomson, J F Taylor A co,
W UGerhardt, ? S Sub Dept, P Wineman A co, S
H Wilson A Bro, Walker, Evans A Cogswell, and
others. Exchanged signals with steamship Jas
Adger 30 miles to the southward or Cape Lookout,
bound north, at 7 30 A M, February 20.
Sehr Emma Baker, Rumley, Georgetown, S C.
2285 bushels rough rice. To J R Pringle A Son.
Sehr Ann S Deas. GarbattL West Point Mill. 210
tes r ce. To J R Pringle A Son, E N Thurston and
Cohen, Hanckel A CO.
IN THE OFFING.
Sehr Loretta Fish, from New York, and a
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York
-Wagner, Hager A co, W A Courtenay.
Sehr Montana, larker, Boston-'A Goldsmith A
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York.
Bohr J H .stickney, Fooks, Baltimore.
Sehr J Truman, Gibb?, Attakapas.
Sehr Carrie E Woodbury, Wooabnrr, Bruns?
Sehr Ida Blrdaall. Johnson, Darlen, Ga.
Sehr Maria 0 Frye, BUM ker, Darlen, Ga
FROM THIS FORT.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Hunter, at Philadel?
phia. February 26.
Ship Martha Bowker, Curtis, at Liverpool, 28th
U s sehr Guthrie, Wright, at New York, 24th
OP FOR THIS PORT.
Brig Minute Abby, Harding, kt Boston, 26th
CLEARED FOR THIS POBT.
Sehr Susan Wright, Mount, at New York, Feb
Sehr J M Brooman, D uglas, at Philadelphia,
MARINE NETTS BY TELEGRAPH.
LIVERPOOL, February 29.
Arrived, the Galveston, Marta, and Kelpie, rrom
Galveston: Aeiaa, (rom Mobile; Annabella, Arbi?
trator and Colonist, from savannah.
NEW YORK, February 29.
Arrived, steamships Moro Castle, Sellnce and
City of Brooklyn.
The sehr Lacy D, which arrived at this port on
the 27th from Boston, reports bad weather tftHat
tera?. On the 19th, a terrine gale sprung up from
NH to N NE, accompanied with heavy squalls of
wind and rain; ll P M, the sea was breaking over
the vessel in every direction, and hove to under
toptall and close reefed mainsail; 8 AM, on the
loth, split mainsail, wind breaking every hoop at?
tached to sail, and was obliged io lay under top?
sail alone; 12 noon, set another main topsail, a
rear/ul sea running all the time and breaking over
the vessel, causing her to leak tn her upper works;
12 midnight, gal*) moderated, wore ship and made
sail; dark and gloomy weather up to the 25th, and
pleasant weather rest or passage. x
Li?t of Shipping
IN TBE PORT OF CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 29.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Charleston, 1250 tons, Berry, at Adger's wharf,
rrom New York, discharging-James Adger
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adner A co.
Virginia, - tons, Hinckley, at Brown A co's
wharf, ror Philadelphia, loading-W A Courte?
Sea Gull. 616 tons, Dutton at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, loading-P C Trenholm.
Eddystone, 1085 to a, Park, at Yu ndei horst's
. wharf, for Liverpool, loadlug-J A Enslow
Palmerston. (Ger.) 1200 tons, K?lln, at Boyce A
co's wharf, for North of Europe, loading
Lese.nie A We ls.
Julia, (Br,) - tons, Baker, at Boyce A co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-R Mure A co.
Melita. (Br,) 904 tons, Llghtbody, at Commercial
wharf, from Madeira, to be repaired-Henry
Eduard, (Ger,) - tons, Hilberstadt. at Accom?
modation wharf, for Liverpool, rea-iy
Sarah M Smith, (Br,) 774 tons, Bishop, at Boyce A
co's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Henry
Ebenctzer, (Nor,) 414 ton??. Mathiesen, at South?
ern wharf, for Cork and a Market, load ng
Architect. (Br,) - tons, Doddridge, at Marshall's
wharf, for a port in Great Britain, loading
R Mure A co.
Uriel; (Germ.) - tons, SleboUl, at N E Railroad
wharf, for a port in Great Bri tal :, loading
Windermere, (Br,) - ton?, Yeaman, at Southern
wharf, from Halifax, N S, walting-H Card.
Waverly, 820 tons, Terry, at Marth'a wharf, from
W H Parka, 140 tons, williams, In Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-Cohen A Wells.
Mootana, 880 tons. Parker, at Marshall's wharf,
for Boston, read)-M Goldsmith A Son.
Elias Moore,-tons, DeGroot, In Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading-street B others A co.
John Slusman, 275 tons, Adams, in Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loadlo?-Cohen A Wells.
Henry Allen.- tons, Tatem. at Ken's wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-H F Baker
Chas Comery, - tons. Plnkham, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Boston, discharging-M Gold?
smith A Son.
E A DeHart. - ton.", Plnkham, ar Union whirr,
rrom Baracoa, discharging-Paul, Welch A
Saarbruck, 250 tors, tink, at Commercial wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging-Jos A Enslow
Lue? D-, 328 tons. Hall, at Union wharf, from
Boston, discharging-Cohen A vVgli,
G C Morris, - tons. Endicott, at Boyce A co's
whirr, from Philadelphia, discharging-A J
Mary Doa ne, 110 tons, Nickerson, at Hamlin's
wharf, for Baltimore, loading-cohen A Wells.
J E Dalley, - t >ns, Long, in Ashley River, for St
George, Me, loading-Street Bros A co.
? mp piny.
The fiT8t-cla?8 British Ship JULIA, Baker ?U
Master, having a portion of her cargo en- SOB
gaged, will sail with dispatch.
For Freight engagements apply to
febl_ROBERT MURE A CO.,
J OE PORT SUMTER,
BATTERY WAGENER, FORT MOULTRIE,
AND ALL OTHER INTERESTING POINTS
AROUND THE HARBOR.
The fast, safe and comfortably appointed _/fr*
Yacht ELEANOR will leave Southern wharf SSS
EVERY DAY, at 10 o'clock morning, and 8 o'clock
afternoon. For arrangements, apply to
CAPTAIN THOMAS YOUNG,
jp ROM SOUTHERN WHARF,
FOR NEW OUT, ENTERPRISE MARTIN'S POINT,
EDISTO AND ALL WAY LANDING3.
(INLAND ALL THE WAY.)
The steamar WATER LILY will re- ? . ?JX^?*?
celve freight dally at Southern JB?SSBBk?
Wharf, and leave as above on MONDAYS and Fat
DAI s, as per printed time tables for March.
For freight engagements and passage, apply on
board, or to DOUGLAS NISBET,
mchl-2 At Freight Ofllce, Southern Wharf.
?pOR GEORGETOWN, S. C.
The Steamer EMILIE, Captain C.
C. White, will heteafier make one_
tripa week, leaving Charleston every MUNDAY
NIGHT, at 9 o'clock. Returning, leave George?
town every WEDNESDAY MORNING, at 9 o'clock.
Apply on board at Commercial Wharf, or to
SUACKELFORD A KELLY, Agents.
feb29 Southern Wharf.
O E NEW .TO E K .
ON TH?ESDAT, MAECH 7TH, AT 2
O'CLOCK P. M.
NEW IRON STEAM. LINE-ESTABLISHED 1870.
STATE-BOOMS ALL ON DECK.
Tte Splendid Nev Iron Side Whepi steamship
GEORGIA, Crewel), Commande-, will sall for
New York on TH?BSOAY. March 7th, at 2 o'clock
P. M., from Pier No. 2, Union Wharves.
Through Bills of Lading to Liverpool by
WILLIAMS ? GUION STE AMELINE. To Genoa,
Trieste, Maples, Leghorn, OnT?)tlanl% Gotten,
burg, and to Glasgow, by ANCHOR LINE STEAM?
SHIPS. To New Ena land Cities aa usual.
insurance by Steamers of this Line K per cent.
For Freight or Passage Engagements, having
venr fine Deck stateroom accommodatlOuS, apply
to WAGNER, HUGER Sc CO., No. 26 Broad sOwet,
or to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves.
jpi 0 E NE W Y O B K.
mCW YORK AND CHARLESTON
The-splendid Sldewheel steamship CHAMPION,
R. W. Lockwood, Commander,, .will sall from
Adaer'B Sooth Wharf on SATURDAY, March Sd, at
kif Marine Insurance by this line half per cent.
tbT Through Bills of Lading given on cotton tu
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and tho New Eng?
land manufacturing towns. ' , . .
Fox Freight or Passage engagements apply to
feb.9-3 JAMES AUGER Sc CO., agents.
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
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
to and from Cincinnati, st. Louis, Chicago and
the principal cities of the Northwest, Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing Cen?
?-The VIRGINIA ls appointed to sail worn
Brown's wharf on FRIDAY, March 1st, at 10
O' clock A. Mi
?-The GULF STREAK wlU follow.
For particulars or Freight arrangements, apply
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharves.
W. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents, No. IS
South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
feb26 _ _
FREIGHTS RECEIVED D?ILV, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine steamship SEA GULL, Dutton, Com?
mander, will sall, for Baltimore, on FRIDAY, lat
March, at io o'clock A. M.
The MARYLAND will follow on the 5th-or 6th.
. MST Philadelphia Freiguts lorwarued to that
cit; by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional Insurance, and Consignet^are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Gooda from the
railroad Depot in Philadelphia,
For Freight or Pansage applv to
PAUL C. TREXHOLM, Agent,
feb27-4_No. 2 Union Wharves.
ipACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPFS
THROUGH LINE TO
CALIFORNIA. CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the above line leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot or CanaiSfcflj
E treet, New York, at 12 o'clock noon, of the
und 80th of every month except when these
dates fall on Sunday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures Connect ar Panama with ?team
ors for South Pacific and Cent)al American ports.
Departure of 16th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Sunday; then on the day preceding.
No California steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct from New York to Asplnwall.
One hundred pounds baggage 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 street, North Rlver,*New York.
Joly26-lyr_F. R. BABY, Agent.
JjlOE LIVEBPOOL, VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wm dispatch one of their first-class, mn power
Iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $so, gold.
Steerage Passage (omeo No. 29 Broadway) $80,
For Freight or Cabin Passage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, N. Y.
N. B.-Through Bills Ladi:;g to Liverpool issued
.>y the Charleston and New York Steamers, which
make close connection with tue above Une.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES AUGER A CO.,
WAGNER. HUGER Sc CO.,
maye Or WM. A. COURTENAY. ^
.p^XCTJRSION TBIP TO THE PHOS
PEATE WORKS, ASHLEY RIVER,
The Steamer POCOSIN, Captain
w.-H. Gannon, will leave ????*?<>*,_
Wharf, foot of Market street, SATUKDAY MORNING,
March 2d, at half past 9 o'ciock. on an fcXODR
SION TRIP to the Phosphate Works, Ashley River.
Returning will leave Landing, reaching the city
about dusk. . ,_
Tully will be on board with dinner ann refresh?
ments at usual prices. Fare $1, weather permlt
ting. B- MURRAY,
fer>28 4* _Agent.
VU SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEEK.
_The splendid Steamers,
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
FILL SAIL AS FOLLOWS :
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
T0B8DAY EVBNLKO, at 8 O'ClOCK,
The CITY POINT every FRIDAY ETININO, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for st. Augustine, and at Jacksonville with
steamer Starlight for Mellonvllle, Enterprise, and
all landings OB upper St. Johns; an i at Palatka
with steamers for the Oklawaha River.
Close 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 nrst-olass a?.
comtnodationa, apply to _
KA VE NE L Sc CO., Afcenta,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharf and Fast Bay.
Through Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah wira
Steamer Ban Antonio for Dwrien, Brunswick,
?atula River, and all intermedia's landings.
Freights for these points must be prepaid here.