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OAHDENAB-Per British sehr Llzz'e Deciers-50
hh^BoSrfroThhds and 265bbls molasses, loo
dozen pineapples, and 60 bunches, bananas. To
.. . . Exports.
Nsw YORK-Per steamship South Carolina-SO
bags sea Island cotton, ssauates -noland cotton,
US tierces rice, 100 balee domestics, 65 bales
hides, 81 bbls naval atores, SO empty casks, and
TS packages san dr lee.
Export? or the Week ending March 98.
3 Li YB RPO OL-Per British ship Jolla-155 basts sea
Island cotton, 2710 bales upland cotton, 200 tons
phosphate rook. _
^KINGSTOWN AND A MABXirr-Per Ger bjrk Uriel
-Too tons phosphate rock.
Kaw YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-67 baza
Bea Island cotton, 1S9 tales upland cotton. 239
tierces rice, 160 bales domestics and goods, 64
casks ciar. an>i 202 pkgs sundries.-Per steam
ship Georgia-288 bales upland of cotton, 225 tes
rice, 45 bales domestics and goods, 163 bbls
rosin, 60 casks clay, 768 bundles staves, 102 pkgs
sundries.Per steamship J [.mes Adger-20)
bales upland cotton, 100 tierces rice, 50 casks clay,
882 packages oil cake, and sundries.Per sehr
Fanny Elder-106.000 feet re?awed lumber.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamsnlp Geo W Clyde
714 bales cotton, 359 tierces rice, 170 bbls naval
stores, 154 bales domestics and goods, 200 bags
oil cake, 40 bundles paper, 16 tons old Iron, loo
stand grape shot, 10,080 feet lumber, and leo pkgs
mindrie*..Per sehr C B Wood-110 tons
Iron, 110,000 feet lamber.
BALTTMOBB-Per steamship Maryland-3 bales
cotton, 176 tea rice, 25 bales domestics and yarns,
180 tona railroad iron, 66,000 feet umber, and 15
pkgs sundries.Persehr Paul A Thomson-300
tons phosphate rock.
HEW OaLKA?S-Per sehr Banger-4800 bushels
~~ ."' TM? Cnavrieaton market.
?>? THX WSBK INDINO THURSDAY, MARCH 28. ,
THE CROPS.-Thu iper.od was for much or the
time cold, wet and Inhospitable, with some snow
in the Interior,, andi presented very unfavorable
conditions for agricultural labor. The cont.nued
winter weather will probably Have a damaging
influence In the great delay or planting time,
and the absence or a proper preparation of the
randi; The. week* closed with a clear and more
TBK RECEIPTS.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for. the week, up to Friday, last, were 80,180 bales,
against 49,972 the 'week before,- and 81,426 for the
-corresponding time the year previous. At New
Orleans the supplies were 14,227 bales, In contrast
with 82,222 last year. The total receipts at tb?
cotton porta from September 1, 1871, np to the
latest dates, were 2,393,701 bales, against 3,267,?
265 bales the year before, 8howlog a decrease of
of .878,664 bales.' The arrivals at the principal
Southern markets from September 1,1871, opto
tire -latest-telegraphic intelligene, aa comp a 1
with' the year before; were as follows:
- 1872. 1871.
Sew Orleans, March 27 . 844.052 1,163,682
MO'iiUe, March27.271,211. 351.998
Savannah, March 27.413,029 663,182
Oharlestun, March 87....243,604 304.847.
Galveston. Marca 20.175.714 202,741
Norfolk, March 27..237,607 280,040
Wilmington, March-27..'... 46,422 80,651
Other ports, March 27....;..161,362 280,214
Total bales.........2,393,701 3,267.265
Total decrease to date..873,664 j
The following are the receipts of cotton at the J
principal Southern markets from March 21 to 27,
1872, inclusive, as reported by telegraph. This
includes all points bat overland:
HW ORLEANS- ?
Marchai. 8570.~.March 22..... 38891
March 28.... 24891.... March 26..... 1824117,815
March 2d.... 2120 .....March27...:. 4944]
For the corresponding week last year.... .25,716
March 21..... 847.March 22. 6001
March 23..... 146.....March 25.1080 V 2,768
March 26.419.....March 27. 166 J
March 21. 742 ?...March22.L 7891
MATCh 23.. ...1205.March 25..1701 V 6,485
March 26..... 958.March 27.1000J
March 21..... 156.....March22. 4411
March23.... 248.March26. 513 y 2,608
March26.... 846.....March 27 . 406J
March 21.... 166.March 22.2)41
March 28.... 200.....March 26 . 262 }- 1,262
March 26.... 281.....March 27.J
Las: year.e, seo
"March 21.?. 491..v...March 22.....; 3151
Mat3h 23... 682......March 26.718 j- 3,408
'March 26...1292.March 27.J
? Last year....6,801
March 21...? 74.March 22.1
March 23.... 94.....March 25. 87 V 664
March26.... 149.March 27...... 260J
Last year.......... 289
Total 1872.. 34,620
The'stocks or the article insight at the latest
datea were as follows :
Stock lc Liverpool..bales...676.000 780.000
Stock In London.I88.000 72,000
Stock In Glasgow. 400 800
Btook In Havre..203,000 " 40,000
Stock in Marseilles. 14.000 4,000
Btook m Bremen. 16,600 9,260
stock Test or the Continent.110,000 26,000
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
Afloat for Havre (American , .
and Brazil,).. 10,760 22,000
Afloat for Bremen (American).... 16,260 39,000
Total Indian cotton afloat for
Stock tn UnltetTprutes ports.?0,025. [j ?a?1.948
Stock in inland towns. 77,034' 92,881
Increase or stock In sight. 129,680
The receipts at this port for the week Jost ter?
minated were 22 bags or sea islands and Floridas
and 2586 bales uplands, against 24 bags or sea
islands and Floridas and 8131 bales or uplands
the week Wore, and 37 bags of sea islands and
Floridas and 3646 bales of uplands for the week
the year previous. These supplies ca Te as fol?
lows: Say 0: uplands, per South Carolina Bail
road,'2392 bales; Northeastern Railroad, 81;
Savannah and Charleston Railroad - ; Pcdee, 100;
Florida, 3,- San tee, 7; 'Georgetown, 3. Of sea
lslandB: Beaufuit, 13; Florida, 8; Santee, 1.
THE COTTON MARKKT.- Thl? staple preserved a
quiet aspect dm l:ig a part of this period, but be?
came Armer with better prices, the rates in the
foreign ma-feet being at lld fl lb for middling
uplands, advanced toU011>?d; at New Tork they
were at 22 x and lmpjcovext to 23xc, waite at this
point ml diing upi ands'commenced at 21 &c f? lb,
and hardened to 22c fl lb.
The transactions and prices at Liverpool and
New York for this time were as follows: On Fri?
day, March .3, the former was dull, uplands lld,
sales 10,000 bales;'the latter was firmer at 22Xc,
sales3278 bales. On Saturday the former was
quiet,-uplands ltd. sales 10,000 bales; th? latter
was quiet at 22X0. eales 1075 bales. On Monday
the former was quiet and steady, uplands lld,
aales ?O.OOb bales; the latter was quiet, uplands
22?ic, sales 1075 b<tles. On Tuesday the former
. was dull, nplanda lld, salts 10,000 bales; the latter
was Arm at 22#c, sales 2999 bales. Ou Wed nea.
.day the former was strong, uplands ll@llx<J,
sales 16,000 bales. Yesterday the former was un?
changed, uplands n?ii;Vd ; the latter was firmer j
This article exhibited the following sales and
prices in this market during the week Just ter?
minated: On Friday, March 22, thc staple was
quiet and dull ; sales 175 bales, ordinary to good
ordinary bel?g quoted at 20@2tc, low middling
21 Xe middling 21XC, Htikt middling nominal.
On1 Saturday the demand was limited at an-1 ?
changed rates;-ales 275 baleB quotations ss be?
fore, on Mou day the market was nearly at a
stand, sales only 82 bales, classed middling, at
21Xcftro. On Tue day the market was firm?
..ith a light inquiry; sales 110 bales, ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at 30@21, low mid?
dling 21 x, middling 21 x, strict middling 22c fi
Th. Oa Weduesd iy there was a good demand,
with an advance of x@Xc fi lb; sales 800 bales,
ordinary to good ordinary being quoted 20@21X,
low middling 2ix@2iX. m'drillng 22, strict mid?
dling nominal. Te>terday there was a fair de?
mand at Orm price*; sales 650 bales, say 1 at 18X.
17 at lox, 21 at 20,21 at 20*, 5 at sox. 14 at 20X, I,
3 at 21,10 at 21 x. 7 at 21*, m at 22, 17? at 22*,
96 on private u rms. We quote:
Ordinary tu good ordinary.20 @2l M
Low middling.21X@21X 11
SBA. ISLAND corr OK.- Toe receipts of tats qasl
, UT of the staple were only Tn the most limited
I way, say 22 bags of Carolina? and Floridas for
this time. The market was generally quiet, with
some transactions In Floridas, but the business in
Carolinas was light, the market showlog no
change. The sales amounted to about iso bags of
all kinds, moally Floridas, with rather more in?
quiry at the close. Among the sales or Carolinas
were 2 at 65, I3at70, io at Mc; of'Florldas, sat
83,9 8166,4 8167, 10at40, 10 at 65, 24 at 76, 8 at
RICE.-The supplies of Carolina rough were only
in a limited way. There baa been a fair business
doing in this grain, at very fl rm and full pricep,
with sales of about 600 tierces of clean Carolina,
among which were 15 tierces at 8c, 18 at 8X. 17 at
8X. 16 at 8 3-18, 65 at S,\i, 80 at 8 5 16, 315 at V/t, 28
at BX, 44 at 8 9-16,13 at 8#c ft rb. We quote com?
mon to fair at 7X@8Xc; good 8X@SXc ft tb.
NATAL STORKS.-The arrivals of these articles
are light, the continued cold weather obstructing
the progress of the hew crop. A few lots or new
rosins are, however, coming to hand, with re?
ceipts of about SCO bbls of. all qualities for this
time. The market has been quiet, and while a few
limited' transactions in spirits and rosins have
taken place, they were generally not made public.
Crude turpentine may be quoted at $6 fi bbl for
virgin, $4 60 for yellow dip, and S3 for hard.
BAT.-There were received abont 400 bales
of North River qualities. Sales o' thia description
took place at $185@l 90 per hundred.
CORM.-The supplies have been liberal, Bay about
42,000 bushels, of which about 19,000 were from
Nor.'olk, 18,000 from Baltimore, and 7000 from
North Carolina. A sale of some 4000 bushels of
Maryland white took place at 86c fi bushel, sacks
Included; a cargo of 270O bushels North Carolina
white at 79 cents fl bushel, bulk. Jobbing lots of
prime white may be quoted at 89390c fl bushel,
OATS.-The receipts of this grain were unimpor?
tant; the business was In a limited way at 68?70o
ft bushel, sacks included.
PEAS.-The market ls supplied In a moderate
WAy by arrivals from the Interior, which consist
of qualit?s more or less mixed. Pure clay prime
to choice may be quoted at $150@l 80, fair to
good mixed at ? i 25@l so, inferior to common
mixed 90c@$l 20 fl bushel.
FLOUR-The market ls fairly supplied with
most qualities, with a moderate oity and country
demand. Northern and Western super maybe
quoted at $7 25@750 ft'bb!, extra at $s@3 SD ft
bbl, faral'y at $8 :s@9 so ft bbL Southern des?
criptions are in limited BU pr ly, and- super -may be
quoted at $7 25@7 60 ft bbl, extra at $s?8 SO ft
bbl, family'at $9@9 56 fl bb', and extrar family at
$lo@io 60 fi bbl.
BACON.-There ls a good stock In the hands of
dealers, with a limited local and Interior demand.
Prime smoked shoulders may be quoted at ex?
8\c ft tts, prime smoked clear r b sides at 8@8xc
ft lb, prime salted shoulders at &%@6c ft m, and
prime sa ted Bides at 7X@7Xc f*- lb.
COFFER.-The article ls In moderate request
for all descriptions. Fair to prime Rio may be
quoted at 23? 25c ft rb.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocka are mode?
rate. Fair to fully fair Louisiana sugar may be 1
quoted at 9X@Uc ft rh, good to prime grocery su
I gara may be'quoted at II@I?C ft lb, fair to good
Cubas 10X@HXc, fair to prLre Demoraras at
HX@i2c ft ft. New Orleans molasses, prime
tn a Jobbing way scarce at 7u@72c ft gallon.
Cuba muscovado molasses may be quoted at Ssc
lu hbds and 40o lu bbls, and In a lobbing way at
4o@42c; played at 33@35c in hhds. and 35?
87c in bbls; Sugar-house syrup sells at 23?24c in
hhds, and 25?27otn barrels.
BOTTER AND LARD.-There ls a fair.stock or this
article-Iancy Goshen may be quoted at 35 cts;
New Tork State, prime,' '25@soc; medium 20?25c;
SALT.-Jobbmg parcels of Liverpool received
direct may be quoted at $1 eo?i 70 fl sack.
Parcels of' l00_sacks from store sell at $1 60 ft
IKON BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, or the most
approved patterns, are ottered on the market at
BX?oo fr- ft. Wallis tie 6@5Xc.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ror this article
maintains a firm character. We quote ft yard,
ganny cloth - ; domestic Double Anchor, 46
laches, may be quoted at l9@20c; Elephant
at -, Ludlow I80, other brands as lu quality.
TTHBBB ANO LU* BER.-The market for this arti?
cle ls quiet. We quote timber for mining purposes
from $a?lo. Shipping timber $io@i5. Bright
timber, good merchantable, from city mills, cut
to size, from $I8@22 fl M by the cargo; lumber
per rall, $13@15; river lumber, $ii@is; dressed
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nomi?
nal on uplands, nominal on sea Islands; via New
Tork Xd on uplands, x* on sea Islands; by sall
Xd on uplands, on sea Islands nominal. To
Havre - on uplands. Coastwise-to New York,by
steam xo on uplands and \o on sea islands;
fl 50 ft tierce on rice; by sail, - fi lb on cotton ;
- fl tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel on rosin;
$8 ft M ou lumber; $10 fi M on timber. To
?Boston, by sail, Xo V ft on upland cotton ;
rosin esc ; resawed stan* $9 so? ID so; phosphate
$6@5 50. To Pro vi der. ce, by sail, $900 fi Mon
boards, xo fl lb on cotton ; by steam $1 ft baie on
New Tork rates. To Philadelphia, by steam. Xe
fl tts on uplands ; by sall, $8 ll M on boards; $9 60
@io on timber; $3 fi ton on clay, and $3?3 60 on
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, Xe fl lb,
by sall, $6 60?7 fl M on boards; $S?8 50 on
timber; $8 26 fl ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are in demand by our merchante to take lnm
ber freights from Georgetown, S. C., Darlen
and Satina River, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla., to
Northern ports, and 10? 12 ft M are rates on
[umber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are parchas.
lng sight checks on New Tork at xe discount to
par; time billa nominal. They are selling sight
sb?ckti X premium.
EXCHANGE-STERLING BILLS.-The rate yester?
day was 19X@19X ror 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
io and selling at ll.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, March 28.
Noon.-Consols 93. Bonds MX.
Evening.-Bullioh has decreased ?178,0)0.
PARIS, March 28.
Noon.-Rea tes 5sr 95c.
FRANKFORT, March 28.
NEW YORK, March 28.
Noon.-Stocks dulL Gold firm at lox. Money
arm at 7. Exchange, long 9X; short lox. Gov?
ernments very strong. Freiguts dull.
Evening.-Freights dull ai d lower; corn per
iteam 4d. Money active at 7 gold to i-io com 1 ?ls
-loo. Sterling dull at 9Xa9X> Gold loxalOX.
Qovernments very stroug, and XaX higher.
North Carolinas, old' strong, new weak. Other
_ _ . . LIVERPOOL. March 28.
Noon.-Cottpn opened Arm; uplands llalixd*
Orleans lixd^'sales 12,000 bales; sales or the
week 5S.o<orV exports 800?>; speculation 10,000;
stock 684.000; of'which 251.000 are American; re?
ceipts 66,000. of which 16.000 are American ; act?
ual export 40op;at .ck afloat 631,000, of which 22s..
OCO are American.
Later.-cd ton continues firm.
Evening.-Cotton cosed arm.
" ' ." . Nsw TOBE, March 29.
Noon.-Cotton la so irregular that no price for
Orleans can be given; uplands 23xc; sales ooo
Evening.-Cotton weak; sales 2281 bales; up?
lands 23XC, Orleans ?Xe. sales or futures to?
day 20.850 bales as follows: March, 22X; April
22 11-16, 28; May, 23. 23X; June, 23X. 23X; July.
ttK 23Xr August, 21X, 21X; September, aix; oc?
, ... BOSTON, March 28.
Cotton quiet; middlings 2sxc; net receipts 23;
-TOSS 63; salea450; stock.16,000... *
. l:- . - r ..' .PHILADELPHIA, March 28.
Cotton quiet; middlings 23Xc
" 1 BALTIMORE. March 28.
Cotton firmer and held'higher; middlings 22Xa
23c; net receipts 380: grisa 400; exports coast?
wise 160; sales 410; stock 11,6(0.
NORFOLK March 28.
Cotton steady; low middlings ??ixe; net receipts
307; exports coastwise 1217; pales 200; stock 3009. 1
WILMINGTON, March 28.
Cotton Arm; middlings 22c; net receipts 129 i
jales; eales 97; stock 363-. 1
SAVANNAH. March 28. \
Cotton very Arm; middlings xlXa2lX't; nen re- I
:elpts 619 bales; exports to Great Britain 3691; S
?xports to the continent 200; sales roo; stock 45.831. I
AUQOSTA, March 28. I
Ootton quiet; fiddlings 21Xc; receipts 200 I
sales; sales 475. I
MEMPHIS March 28. 5
Cotton firm; middlings SzMattXc: reedpts C
126 bales. I
MOBILE, March 28. f
Cotton Arm; middlings 2&22X; net receipts 432
jales; sales 1:00; stock 36.-79.
NEW ORLEANS, March 28.
Cottcn strong: mlddhugs ?iytc\ ne: receipts
1970 bales; gross 1970; exports to Great Britain
7988; to Genoa 1843; to Barcelona 1717; sales
12,000; stock 161,178.
G ALVESTON. March 28.
Cotton Grmer; coed ordinary 20a20Xc; net re?
ceipts 211 bales; sales looa; stock 84,966.
PBOT?BION8 AND PRODUCE MARKETS.
LIVERPOOL, March 28.
Even'ng.-Red winter wheat lis 7?. Corn 27s
Od. Common rosin 8a8s Cd.
Nsw YORK, March 28.
Noon.-Floor doll and unchanged. Wheat
dud and declining:' Caro a shade firmer. Torie
quiet, new meta $1276al280. Lard unchanged,
steam 8Xa8Jic. Turpentine quiet at 71c Boa
in quiet and firm at $3a310 for strained.
Evt-nlog.-Flour steady. Wh ls s ey dull at 87Xc
Wheat steadier; winter red ^estiro $l67ai70.
Corn lc bet'er, at 70a7i#c Rice in lair request
at 8XB9XC Pork a shade easer, at $12 75. Lard
steady. Naval storea quiet. Tallow dull at 8*?a
BALTIMORE, March 28.
Flour firm and unchanged. Wheat active and
unchanged. Corn, white 63a65c, yellow 83c.
Provisions nominal Lard dull at 8Xa8%c. Whis?
key dull and nominal.
CINCINNATI, March 28.
Flour dull and drooplog; family $6 50a6 76.
Corn dull at 45a?6c. Pork, $12 asked. Lard
prime steam at s>*c. Bacon unchanged. Whis?
ST. Lours, March 28.
Pork $1162>ic. Bacon quiet and unchanged.
LOUISVILLE, Maren 28.
Provisions dulL Shoulders &xc; clear slues 7c.
Pork $12. Whiskey 85 c.
New Tork Coffee Harket.
NEW TORE, March 27.
The Dally Bulletin says: With the tann* ques
I Hon as lt now stands, lu an apparently worse
muddle than ever, and the impossibility of de?
ciding as to the ultimate action of congress, all
hopes of an Immediate general Improvement In
business seem to have been abandoned. Ic ls not
Improbable that, as most Jobbers are very low in
stock, their urgent wants may cccaslooally send
them in to handle a few bvolce-, but buyers
evidently are determined not to operate until they
know Just exact W where they stand, and a gen?
eral revival or the inquiry ls not Indicated by
present appearances. The position of affairs
naturally Is somewhat discouraging to holders,
and complalnrs are plentiful, but still there does
not appear to be any weakness of a decided
character, sud all (roods wor h handling are
found to be firmly held at full former rates, and
many of the leading stocks, especially that of j
Brazil, are unusually well concentrated and spar?
ingly offered. There ls a fair jobbing dlstrlon
HOD, Including a number or parcels of choice
Weat India stock. On to-day's market business
was dull, and we learned of no movement
from first bands, except a lot or 850 bags CoEta
filca at 18Xa20c, gold. The stock of Brazils, as
made np by Mears. Wm. Scott Jr. Sons this morn?
ing, was ss follows : 16,612 bags New Orleans;
6170 do Mobile; 30.220 do Baltimore; 144,230 do
New York. Total bags, 197,251. We qnote Bio.
(nominally,) gold, in bond: Ordinary cargoes 145*
al5: fair lexaiSX; good mi?H', prime is ??ai7.
New y erk Rice- Market.
NEW TORK, March 27.
The Dally Bulletin says: There does not appear
to be any specolative element in this market at
the momear, and In consequence few sweeping
movements or sharp fluctuations in prices occur.
The position, however, ls a Arm one, especially
on domestic stock, and extreme prices are in all
cases'lostated'upoa. the Southern accounts ?till
giving holders much confidence. Foreign, too,
ls well sustained and held with confidence, as
there Is a probability that lt mast take the place
of domestic toa great extent on the spring dis?
New York Naval (Stores Market.
NEW YORE, March 27
The Dally Bulletin says: Spirits turpentine
bas ru ed exceedingly quiet to day, but prices are
higher and arm at the advance. We quote at 7ia
71 Kc for merchantable lota. Sales about 40 bbls
from store at 72c. There baa been a very heavy
movement In strained rosin, and prices are dec!
dediy lower. Sales 11,60 > bbls, here and to arrive,
on private terms, but supposed to be at $3 26.
and 76 bbls good No 1 at $7. Tar Is quiet, and
with a larga stock, net very firmly held. We hear
or sales of 20 bbls Washington at $3 26. Pitch
weak at $125.
Interior Cotton Markets.
1 ; SUMTER, March 26.
About 20 bales have been sold during the week,
ending the 26th. The staple has been dull and
drooping. We quote: Ordinary 17c, good ordi?
nary 10, low middling 19>i, middling 20, strict
' ABBEVILLE, March 27.
Cotton commands from 18 to 19 sc.
SPARTAN BU. G, Marc 126.
Cotton ls quoted at l9Xc.
NEWBERRY, March 26.
Cotton ls sein og at 2: >;c
? ROCK BILL, March 25.
The market remalna about the same as our last
report, and we quote it steady at 20xc for mid?
dlings; sales of tne week 76 bales.
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fro ri the Port of Charleston, from Sep?
tember 1, 1871, to March 27, 187?.
S. I. Up'd. i Rice
Xher Br. Ports
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}ther Fr. Ports
S. of Europe
V. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
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3alt. A Nr'folk
rofl Cse Ports
....j 100841 2.190
....I 73161 6756
287 247 7010
49 8235 643
30| 8i89| 1676
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Exports of Mayal Storea suu Aiumocr
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September 1,1871, to March 27.1872.
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97,186 bales uplands, rronv Mobile 2658 bales up
lari tis; from havannah 3000 bags sea Island and
2084 bales upland, and from Charleston 3280 bags
sea island and 821 bales upland cotton; also,
865 bales wrecked calton from the coast or Flor?
ida-being the receipts at those ports from Mo?
bile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
Cliarleaton Wholesale Prices.
ARTICLES. - PBIC33.
3AooiKG, tl yard
Gunny Cloth. ?
New Torte Double Anchor, 45
inches, 2Xths. 10 ? 20
BALK KOPB, fi tb
Manilla. ? ..
Western. 8 ? 12 X
Jute.;. ? ..
BUTTER-Goshen. 33 ? 86
Country. '.. ?
COTTON, sjt rs
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 20 ? 21 j?
Low middling. 21 fi? 2l,V
Mlddung to strict middling... 22 ? 22>i
Good middling. ?
Sea Island. 66 ? 1 00
OOFFKI, f? lb
Rio. 23 ? 25
Laguayra. 26 ? 28
Java. so ?
Carolina FertUlzer, ft 2000 Ks.
Cash.......... 45 00 ? ..
Time (with 7 per ct. Interest) CO 00 ?
Wando Fertilizer.cash.... so oo ?
Time.65 oo @
Doubl? Refined Poudrette. 30 00 ?
Niles' Phosphate. 63 oo ?
Peruvian Guano, Chinchas.... 55 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, Guanape_ 75 00 ?
Pacific Guano,). 2000 tts.cash. 45 00
Time. 50 oo ?
Phoenix Ouano.47 so ?
Baugh's Phos., V 2000 lbs.cash 4S 00 ?
Rhodes' Phosphate. ? 2000 tts 65 00 ?
Rhodes'Standard Manure (S65
time). 60 00 M
ure nillo Ouano ($40 time).35 00 &
Land Plaster.13 oo @ is oo
Mapes' Soper Phos, ft 2000 RIB. 45 oo ?
Woolston's Phosphate or Lime 65 oo ?
Woo?8ton's Vege'or, fl 2000 lbs 66 00 @
Oroasdale's Gen. Suo.Phos. net eo oo ? ..
Bowers' Complete Manure, net co oo @
Sardy'B Phos. Peruvian, cash. 85 00 @
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... eo oo &
Pat AD seo Guano. 65 00 ?
E.' Frank -One's A m moni atea
Bone Phosphate.cash. 49 oo ?
Time.62 oo ?
Doe's Pure Dlssol'd Boue.cash 60 00 @
Time.55 oo ?
Whann's Superphosphate.60 oo ? 70 oo
EtlwanGuano.cash.. 65 00 ?
Time. 60 00 at
Etiwi?n Crop Food.cash.. 40 oo @
Time. 45 00 @
Etlwan Dissolved Bone..cash. 85 00 ?
Time. 40 00 @
Zell'B Ammonlated Bone Phos?
phate ($70 time).oo co ? .. '
Russel Doe's Ammonlated
Bone Superphosphate ($60
time). 45 00 ? .. ,
Cotton Food, per ton. eo oo ? .. 1
Bowen A Mercer's Superphos?
phate....cash...I.45 oo ? .. !
Time.. ?o eo ?
Wilcox, Gibbs A Co.'s Manlpu- .
lated.:.60 oo ? .. j
Stono Soluble Guano ($66 time) 60 00 ?
Stono Dissolved Phosphate
($30 time).2 > 00 ?
Stono Pure Ground Phosphate. 12 00 ? ...J
Atlantic Phosphate Co...cash. 48 oo ?
Time, free of Interest. 62 00 ? .. ,
Acid Phosphates.cash. 28 00 ?
Time, free of Interest.. .. 31 00 ?
Eureka ammo.Bone Phos.cash 45 00 ?
Time.eo oo ?
Middleton's Fish Ammonlated ,
Phosphate.cash.. 45 oo ?
Time. 65 00 ?
FLOCK, fl bbl - ?
Fine. ? .. i
Super. 7 li ? 7 60 !
Northern, and Western Extra. 8 CO ? 8 60 !
Baltimore Extra. @
Southern-Super. 1 25 ? 7 60
Extra. 8 oo ? 8 60 I
Family. 0 00 ? 0 50
GBAIN, fl bushel
Maryland Oats. 68 ? 70 ;
Western Oats. ? .. 1
Oom. 79 ? 90
HAT, fi cwt
North River. 1 85 ? 1 60
L7MBKR. fi M feet
Clear White Pine, flret quality. 60 00 ? 66 00
White Pine, good run. 38 00 ? 40 00
Yellow Pine.20 oo ? 24 oo
Boards, rough.ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ? 32 00 .
HOLA8SB8, f; ?talion
Cuba. 83 ? 37
Muscovado. 38 ? 60
Sugar-house. 23 ? 27
New Orleans. 70 ? 72
NATAL STORKS, fi bol?
Pitch. .. ?
Rosin, pale. ? .. ]
Rosin, No. 1. &
Rosin, No. 2. ? .. J
.Rosin. Na a.. ... & -
Spirits Tarpentine, ? gallon.... .. &
Grade Turpentine, V bbl. '4 00 ?6 00
. Bard Turpentine. 3 00 ;#
Oakum, 9 te.?... 16 ?
NAILS-American 4@20d., V keg 5 05 @ 7 00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 ?
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5 00 <3
Dunont's. Blasting. 4 oo ?
PROVISIONS, ? IB
Bacon, Hams. is ? 14
Sides. os @ osx
Shoulders. cos? 6X'
Lard, In keg. il @ 12
Cheese. 10 ? 18
Eggs. 80 ? 40
Poultry-Chickens, $ doz_ 3 00 ? 4 00
Fowls, 9 doz. 5 00 ? s 60
Potatoes, Irish, 9 bbl. 2 76 ? 8 00
Onions. 2 76 @ 3 00
?ires, 9 hs-Carolina. 07X@ 08?
East India. ?
SALT, <p sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 70
Liverpool, fine. @
SUGAR, 9 ib-Raw. .-. @
Porto Rico. ?
Muscovado. 10 X? 12 S
BEESWAX-9 lb. 38 ? 40
aiDES. Oreen-9 rs. &
. Dry. 12 ? ic
Receipts foy Railroad. March 28.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
176 bales cotton, 43 bales goods, 20 bbls naval
Blore', 2 cars stock. To Railroad Agent Geo
williams A co, A S Smith, W B Williams A Son, :
Bischoff A co, T T Chapeau A co, A D Lorlng, E L
Jackson, R E Pedrera, Steffens,werner A Ducker,
Ravenel, Holmes A co, R M Butler A Son.
81 bales cotton, 241 bbls naval stores, oars
lumber, wood, rough rles, tobacco, mdse, Ao. To
Whllden A Jones, 0 W Williams A co, W C Court?
ney A co,-Barden A Parker, Frost, Ad<er A co, r
R Marshall A co, Mrs J Lloyd, O H DeLorme. O '
Holmes. H Hi?ciiod A co, J A QuackenbuBh, Kins?
man A Howell, Pringle A Son, Laurey, Alexander
A co, S A O Railroad Agent, J C Mallonee, E Wel?
ling, Railroad Agent and others.
Per steamship South Carolina, for New York
Mrs O S Dodge, Mrs D L Dodge, nurses and two
children, J C Uulden, H W Mather, M F Coles. Jno
Williams, Miss Isabel Coles.J H Patterson. T Law?
rence, E A Lawrence, Jno Monera, Martin Fox,
B Frost. Miss Murphy. P Roso, Mrs sch went] eu.
Davis, James Muldoon, M .ster J Jos Muldoon, Mr
Borzoi, J P WeathersbT. LeRoy Corwin, Mr and
Mro Kilpatrick, Tftad Davids, Mrs Peck, S W Wil?
liams, J B *illlams and wife, Mrs Hubbard and
two children, Miss Williams, Miss Pollock, Albert
Davis, R A Davis, A N Davis, Geo Leonard, W "
Forman, Geo Christy, M Applegate, Sr, M Apple?
gate, Jr. A F Co old, Be DJ Foster, T D Horsey and
wife, c Letts.
Per steamer City Point, from Palatka via
Jacksonville, Fernandina and Savannah-A ~
Sleeper, 1 haddens Davids, A Devereux, Jr, R
Comou, Mr* Lewis and two daughters, J M Mc
Ktonan, wife and two children. J fl Williams, Mrs
D Hubbard, S Williams Mi's M B Williams, Miss
M Patrick, Mrs Peck, Mr and Mrs Kilpatrick, Mrs
Wilcox and sou, W Porter, Mr curtin, Mr Wolfe,
Mhs Wescott, Ur Gilbert and wife, R A Davis.
Davis, A Davis, N Applegate, S Applegate, B Fos?
ter, O Letts, Geo Lenard, Geo Christie, N R Fur
man, A J Conover, J Hancock,, wife- and Child, Dr
Clark and wife, and 10 i?Z':'r
Last Quarter, 2d. 2 hours, 0 minutes, evening.
New Moon 9th. 7 hours 84 minutes, morning.
First Quarter. 16th, 0 hours, 6 minutes, evening.
Full Muon. 24th. 8 hours, 24 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter, 3ist, 9 hours, is minutes, evening.
CHARLESTON, 8. C.MARCH 29, 1872.
Lat 38 deg 46 min 88 sec. | Lon 79 deg 67 min 27 sec.
Steamship Virginia, Hinckley, Philadelphia-lert
- in.-tant. Mdse To W A Courtenay, Railroad
Agents, J D Alexander, bollmann Bros, E Bates 4
co, W M Bird A co, Bnlcken ? Wohltmann, Blum
A Miller, T M Bristol! A 00, JA Blake, f W Bliss,
Dr H Bacr, H Bul winkle, H Bischoff A co, Jas Cos
frove, W H Otiafee A co, Cameron, Bark.ey A co,
C H > laussen, Geo S Cook, Gsa co, T M Cater, R
L David A co. Dowle, Moise A Davis, H A Due, 0
D >. ranke, Ellas Bros, Foganle's Book Store Jno
S Fairly A co, John H Graver A co, H Gerdts A co,
J H Grothere, John Gerklus, J M Greer A Son, Jno
Hurkamp A co, Hart A co, D?lmes A Calder, J A
Johnson, Jeffords A co, E T Jaque, 0 Kerrison H
RIMtte A co, Johnston, Crews A co, E H Kellers, 0
L Kornahrens, Kinsman Bros, J Lee, G J Lubn, J
G Mllnor A co, Wm Matihiessen. W A Mehrtens,
S R Marshall A co. P F Murray, Wm McKay, S R
Marshall A co. N E Railroad Agent, B O'Neill, C O
Plenge, O P Popp nhelm, Qoackenbush, Estlli A
co, Ravenel A CO, T Roddy, R Both, H Splnker. H
Rosenbrock, Wm Shepherd A co, O saunler, S T
Souder, Sbackelford A Kelly, H stender, Steele A
Wardell, Moll, Webb A co, Sell ? Foster, A Tiefen
thal, W A Skrlne, John F Taylor A co, W L Truss,
W L Webb, D Welskopf, J H W?hrmann, P Wiue
man A co, Wngener A Monsees. Walker, Evans A
Cogswell, G W Williams A co, P Walsh, W J Yat ts,
Biltlsh sehr Lizzie Dakers, MoDonald, Carde?
nas-9 days. Sogar, molasses and fruit. To W P
Sehr Marietta Steelman, Stee'.man, Baltimore
5 days. Coal. To the Gaslight co. Teasel to the
Sehr Ann S Deas. GarbattL West Point Mill. 275
tienga rice. To James R Pringle A Son, GPO A
Tren holm 4 Son, Cohen, Hanckel A co, and John
Colcock A co.
Steamer uty Point, McMillan, Florida, Ac.
60 pkgs mdse. To Ravenel A co, Plnckney Bros,
W M Bird A co, Jas Salvo, and others.
Steamship South Carolina. Beckett, New York
-Wagner, Huger A co, W A Courtenay.
Steamship South Carolina, Beckett, New York.
FROM THIS PORT.
Norwegian bark Eldorado, Thomasen, at Lon?
don, March 9.
Sehr Mary E Mangham, Beveridge, at Baracoa,
Sehr Henry Collins, Tatem, at Baltimore, 26th
Sehr E A DeHart, Pinkham, at Baracoa, 10th
Sehr Daylight, McFadden, at Baracoa, March 10.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, at New York,
Steamship Sea Guli, Dutton, at Baltimore. 23th
MARINE NEWS BY TELEGRAPH.
Nsw YORE, March 28.
Arrived, steamships Prussia, Idaho, Harmonia,
Crescent City and Cleopatra.
Evening.-Arrived, the Australia.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Nor bark Draupner, Ingoldsen, cl'd.Jan 8
Br bark Lucy, Jones, cleared.Jan 19 ?
The Avondale, Adams, up.Jan 18
Br bark Fille de l'Alr, Jones, up.Feb 20
ship Nautilus, Spencer, aalled.Feb 16
The Anevoca, Williams, sailed.Feb 2
Br bark Harvest Home, Dickey, sailed.Jan 18
The Carl N Dobeln, s te?an, sailed.Jan 10
Sehr Henrietta. Burnett, cleared.Dec 18
The Medway, McMillan, sailed.March 8
Bark Rio de la Plata, -, sailed.Jan 26
rae Lalla, Goudy, aalled.Feb 27
Sehr A E Glover, Terry, cleared.March 18
Sehr J S lng rah am. Packard, cleared... .March 19
Sehr James Wall, Grover, cleared.March 23
Sehr Carrie Hyer. Poland, up.March 23
9chr May Morn, Hatch, up.March 19
Sehr Sidney Price, Godrrey, cleared_.March 21
Sehr Albert Thomas, Reese, up.March 22
?chr J H Stickney, Fooks, up.March 22
List Of Shipping
IN THE PORT OF CHARLESTON, MARCH 28.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
within the State, excepted.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger'a wharf, .
for New York, loading-James Adeer A co.
Virginia, - tons, HincKley, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Philadelphia, loading-W A Courte- 11
Falcon, 672 tons, Haynle, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-P 0 Trenholm.
Eddystone, 1085 to-s, Park, In the Stream, for 11
Liverpool, ready-J A Enslow A co. If
Palmerston, (Ger'n,) 1200 tons, K?lln, la Ashley
-River, . for ? the Kortb. . of-Barope;--ioadtDgr
Lesesne <t Wejls.
Jolla, (Br,) - tona, Baker, id the Stream, for Liv?
erpool, rea-ly-R wore & co.
Melita, (Br.) go* tons, Llghtbody, at Marsh's
wharf, from Madeira, repairing-Henry Card.
Windermere, (Br.) - tons, Teaman, at Accom?
modation wharr, for Liverpool, loading-H
Uriel. (Germ.) - tons, Sleboid, in the Stream,
for a port in Great Brltsl , ready-R T
Heinrich B'Jorn, (Nor,) - ton?. Einersten, In the
Stream, from Sligo, Ireland, walting-Henry.
New Republic, (Br,) 680 tons, Bartlett, In the
Stream, for St Mary's, Ga, ready-Henry Card.
Ebenezer, (Xor,) -- tom, Mathtesen, at Union
wharf, to be repaired-Henry Card.
Urses Minor, (Nor,) - tons. Nielsen. In the
Stream, from Sligo, walting-Henry Card.
Waverly, aso tons, Terry. In Ashley.River, for
Baltimore, loauins- Streec Bros i co.
Minnie Abbie, 344ions", Harding, at Ceniral wharf,
for Boston, loading-M Goldsmith A Soo.
Mercedlta, (Span,) - tons, Oliver, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P HalL
Joven Joaquin, (Span.) - tona, Foarrodona. at
Brown 4 c's wharf, f .rBarceloaa, loading
W P Hall.
Almirante, (Span,) - tons. Guanabery;, at Brown
A co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P
Erle, - tons, Sears, at Central wharf, from Boa
ton, discharging-Roach A Monett.
J M Brooman, 221 tons, Don viss ?, In Ashley
River, for Poiladelphla, loading-H F Baiter
Myrover. 440 tons, r.rown, at N E Rallroa l wharf,
for New York, loading-Boich A Monet'.
Flying Scudd, loo tona, Owens, in Ashley River,
for Richmond, Ta, loading-Cohen A Wells.
E R Emerson, 3.e tons, Snow, lu Ashley River,
for Boston, loading-Cohen A Weils.
E L Leonard, 116 ton', Foster, in Ashley River,
for Boston, loading-street Bros A co.
Mary, iso tons, Gilchrist, In the Stream, for
Bucksvllle, S C. ready-J A Enslow A co.
Ranger, - tons, Gooding, at Central wharf, for
New Orleans, ready-Street Bros A co.
Louisa Frazier, - tons, steelman. at Kerr's
wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-H Bul
B N Hawkins, 895 tons. Wyatt; at Adger'a wharf",
from "New York, discharging-Roach A Mof?
Frau k A Emily, -tons, McCobb, at Ken's wharf,
from Norfolk, Va, discharging-Hermann Bul
H O Hand. - tons, Hand, at Keri's wharf, from
New York, discharging-Hermann Bulwinkie.
Stephen G Hart, 255 tons Hart, In Ashley River,
for New Haven, mading-Roach ft Monett.
Wan ata, 229 tons, bv.it. piton, at Atlantlo wharf,
from Wilmington, Del. recharging-Master.
Kate Foster, lu ions, 1 :csebrook, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, from Baltimore, discharging-J A
EnBlow A co.
Lizzie Dakers, (Br.) - tons, McDonald, at Brown
A co's wharf, from Cardenas, discharging-W
Marietta Steelmrm. - tons. Steelman. at Gas
Company's wharf, from Baltimore, discharg?
uavnsAL i-xmemoK OF--s s? i
ALF. LABARRAQUE AND Co
QU INIU M. LAB A BRAQUE
Approved by the.Imperial Academy
The Quintan Labarraque is an eminently
tonic and febrifuge Wine, destined to replace
all the other preparations of Peruvian Bark
The Bark Wines usually employed inme
dicine are prepared from Barks which vary
considerably in the degree to which they
possess the desired properties. Besides,
owing to the manner in-which they are pre?
pared, these Wines contain scarcely more
than the traces of active principles, and
these always in variable proportions.
The Quinlan Labmrraqae, approved by
the Academy of Medicine, constitutes, on (he
contrary, a m?decine of determined compo?
sition, rich in active principles, and on wich
Physicians and Patients can always rely.
TllC Quininm JLabarraqnc is prescribed
with great success for persons of weak con
tilution, or for those debilitated by various
exhausting causes or past sickness ; for youths
fniigucd by too rapid growth; for young
girls whose development takes place with
difllculty; for women in childbirth; and for
aged persons enfeebled by years or illness.
It is the best preservative against Fevers.
In cases of Chlorosis, Anemia. orGreensik
ness, this Wine is a powerful auxiliary of
thc ferruginous preparations In conjunction,
for example, v illi YALU T'S PiLf>, the rapidi?
ty ot ils action is really marvellous.
r?|ct iii Pa b, L. REI'.E. iU, rueJ.rA
i Agent? In Charleston: DO WIE, MOISE i
L A DAVIS, Wholesale Dru-rgtsts. J
WHEELER ft WILSON
SEWING- MACHINE !
THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST
WHEELER & WILSON
AT THE LATE STATE FAIR, HELD AT
Why lt Should Have the Preference of ]
nil Others I
lat. Because lt ls thc sim pleat.
2d. Because lt tew- essier.
3d. Because lt sews raster.
4th. Because lt uses oo Shuttle.
6th. Because lt ruak-a ie*s noise.
et h. Because lt is iui>re durable.
7 th. Because lt ha-t been before the public for
over twenty years, aud hence lt la no experiment
to try lt.
Ninety thousand more Family Machines sold
than bv any other Company. 1rs late Improve?
ments set lt far ahead u? anything lu the market.
Adjusting and re?m ring dune promptly. All
Call and examine, whether wishing to parchase
WHYTE & HARRAL,
General Southern Agents,
IVO. SOO KING ST BEET.
IHoors? Sasljcs ano Diinos
SASHES AND BLINDS.
P. P. TOALE,
Manufacturer and Dealer,
Has removed bis Otr.ce to and opened his pren?
drai SALESROOMS at No. 20 UAYNE STREET
ind No. 33 PINCKNEY >TRE KT, where he takes
pleasure in offering to the p ibllc a full stock or hla
jwn manufacture ol DOJRS. SASHES, BLINDS,
HOrjLDINOS, NEWKLS. BALUSTERS, Ac
WOOD TURN INO la all Its branches.
A specialty made of FRENCH and AMEKICAN
(VINDOw GUSS, at Wholesale and Retail.
Vf Orders for stock of Irregular size work re
;elved either at the Salesrooms, No. 20 Hayne
itreet, or at the FACTORY on Horlbeck'a Wharf.
jp OR N E W-IO R K .
ON TH CESD AY, APRIL 4TH, AT 4
NEW ?RON STEAM LLNL-ESTABLISHED 1870
STATE-BOOMS ALL 021 DECK.
The SplendidNew Iron Slde:Wheel : Steamship
GEORGIA, Crowell, Commander, will sall for New
York on THURSDAY. April 4!h, at 4 o'olocfc P. IL*
from Pier No. 2 Union What ves. j
Through Billa of Lading to Liverpool and Lae
New England Cities aa usual.
Insur-noe b7 Steamers of this Line K per cent
Far Freight or Passage Engagements, having
very fine Deck Stateroom accommodations, apprv
to WAO EN EB, HOGER A CO., No 26 Broad street;
or-to WM. A. COURTENAY, No. 1 Union Wharves, s.
mchzo . ' ' ._ >
JjlOR NEW ?OBK. ;,; :
NEW YORK AJTD CHARLE S TOI*
The splendid Sldewheel : Steamship CHAM?
PION, R. W. Lockwood, Commander, will sail
rrom Adder's South-Wharf on SATURDAY, the
30th instant, at naif-past a o'clock P. H. pre?
MW Marine Insurance by this line half per cent.
sw Through Bills or Lading given on t ott?n to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence, and the New Eng?
land manufacturing towna.
For Freight or Passage Engagements apply tor
mch28-3 JAMBS ADQEB-/A CO.. Agents.
THE PHiriA?ELPHlA IRON STEAM
THE FIRST-CLASS IRON. SORE W STEAMSHIPS
VIBGINIA, Captain Hinckley,
GULF STREAM, Captain Hunter.
Are now regularly on the Line, Insuring a rtrst
obrss sea connection between Philadelphia and
c. a neston, and rn alliance -with RaflrWMl-Com?
panies at .both termini, afford rapio ;;aneportatlon
to and from all points in the Cotton States, and
to and from cincinnati, St. Louis, Chicago and
the principal clues of the Northwest; Boston,
Providence and the Eastern Manufacturing den?
tres.' ' r^T- . ?
' KW The -VIRGINIA ta appointed to aaa from
Brown's Wharf on SATURDAY MOEN INO, March
30, at ll o'c'oefc.
. nrThe GOLF STREAM will follow next week.
For partlculara,of Freight arraiwementa. Apply,
to WM. A. COURTENAY, Union Wharf?.
W. P. CLYDE A CO., General Agenta. No. 13
Sooth Delaware Avenue, -Philadelphia.
JpOR ST. AUGUSTINE.
The Steamer CITY POINT winjajain
stop at st. Augustine on her return J^M?
from St. John's River this trip. ^^^^^
V RAVENELA CO.,
FREIGHTS RECEIVED DAILY, AND THROUGH
BILLS LADING ISSUED
Til II ADKL.P HI A, BOSTON,
THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST,
LIVERPOOL AND BREMEN.
The fine steamship FALCON. Haynle, Com?
mander, wm.sall for Baltimore, on SATURDAY,
March 3oth, at half-pan e o'clock A. M.
$W Philadelphia Freights forwarded to that
cit; by railroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, and Consignees are allowed am?
ple time to cample and sell their Goods from the
Railroad Depot in Philadelphia.
For Freight or Passage anplv to
PAUL C. TRESHOLV, Agent,
mch22-7_No. a Onion Wharves. ?
pAOIFIO MAIL STEAl?&?P'if?V&if?
THROUGH LINE ?TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED. .
Steamers or the above line leave Tlrr ?TiTI?M.
No, 42. North River, fout of Uanali?yifi2J
street. New York, at 12 o'clock noon, or inesita
and soth of every month except when tfceae
dates fail on Snnday, then the saturday preceding.
All departures connect at Panama with stearn-t
ers for Sooth Pacific and Central American ports.
Departure of i&th touches at Kingston, Jamaica,
For Japan and China, steamers leave San Fran?
cisco first of every month, except when lt falls on
Snnday; then on the day preceding. ;
No california steamers touch at Havana, but go
direct rrom New York to Asplawall.
One hundred pounds baggage free to each adult.
Medicine and attendance, free.
For Passage Tickets or other Information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFPlOE. ootha wharf
foot of Canal street, North River, New York. ?
Julj2?-lyr F. R. BAB Y. Agent. ,
jflOR LIVERPOOL; VIA QUEENSTOWN
CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAILS.
THE LIVERPOOL AND GREAT WESTERN
wui dispatch one of their first-class, foll power
iron screw Steamships from
PIER No. 40 N. R., EVERY WEDNESDAY,
Cabin Passage $80, gold.
Steerage Passage (Onice No. 20 Broadway} $30,
For Freight or Cabin Pacage, apply to
WILLIAMS A GUION,
No. 63 Wall street, 5. Y.
N. B.-Throngh Bills Ladlug to Liverpool Issued
.?y the Charleston and New York Steamers, waloo
make close connection with the above Una.
For particulars and rate of Freight apply to
JAMES ADGER A CO.,
WAGNER. HUGER A 00.,
maye Or WM. A. COURTENAY.
jpOR WRIGHT*! BLUFF,
AND INTERMEDIATE LANDINGS ON THE SAN
TEE RIVER. j
The steamer BFNNETTSVILLE, - ;
Captain J. T. Foster, ls now TZ-jmBmml
celvlDg Freight at Accommodation wnan, and
will leave on SATURDAY NIGHT, the 80th mst.
Freight and Wharfage prepaid.
For engagements apply to Captain on board, r
to RAVENEL, HOLMES A CO.,
mch2S 2 No. 177 East Bay.
VIA SAVANNAH, TWICE A WEES.
The splendid Steamers,
DICTATOR...Captain Cox ama
CITY POINT.Captain MCMILLAN
WILL SAIL AS FOLLO WU !
The DICTATOR will leave Charleston every
Tr BSD AY EVENING, at 8 o'clock,
The CITV POINT every FRIDAY EYINTNO, at 8
AND ALL LANDINGS ON ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
These Steamers connect with railroad at Tocol
for st. Augustine, and at Jacksonville wita
steamer Starlight for Mellon ville, Enterprise, and
all landings OD upper St. Johns; an t at Palatka
with steamers for thc Oklawaba River. .
Close connection ls made with steamships
at Cedar Keys for 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 first-class ac?
commodations, apply to
RAVENEL A CO., Agents,
Corner Vanderhorst's wharf and Fact Bay.
Throngh Bills of Lading given to New Orleans.
These Steamers connect at Savannah with
Steamer San Antonio for Dart en, Brunswick,
Satllla River, and all intern -..Hate landings.
Freights ror these points moat be prepaid hare.