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?OXMB&CIJ.I* NEWS.
Exports of the Wee* ending Jah'ry ?0.
FOREIGN.
LJVERrooL-rer steamship Corinna-IM bag*
eea island and 1868 bales upland cotton, TOO bags
cotton seed....rer Br Bhlp County or?cwu-o
bags sea Island and 2149 bales upland cotton. 16
tons phosphate, 262 bags cotton seed
GREENOCK, ScOT-rer Br bark Lillie M-JOO tons
P RKw?A-PerSpan bark Palmira-554 bales
^C^^?^?t-^000 feet assort?
ed lamber. 30 fathoms cnalu, 6 corn mills, l hand
track and sundries.
DOMESTIC.
BOSTON_Per brig M C Roosevelt-115 bales up?
land cotton. 3C0 tons phosphate rock, 40,000 feet
plank and boards.
NEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-13
hags sea island and SSO bales upland cotton, 96
tes rice. 117 obis rosin, 47 bales domestics, 32 pkgs.
sundries..Per steamship Georgia-202 bats
sea fand and OOO balts upland cotton, 1S5 tierces
rice. 23 domestics, 13 casks clay, 10 bb.s cot?
ton seed oil, 8 pkgs hides, Ac.Ter steamship
Manhattan-810 bales uplind cotton. 1.C7 tes rice.
73 bales domestics, 70 pKgs sundries, 68 hair chests
tea..Per sehr Kellie F Burgess-100,0.0 feet
plank, 20.000 feet boards.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman
182 tierces rice. 160 bales cotton, 149 baleB yaru,
38 bales rags. Ac.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Maryland-460 tes
Tice, 149 bales cotton, io bales yarn. 90 bbls ro=li?.
ll packages hides, and mdse.Per sehr Ellas
Moore-173,000 feet pitch pine lumber.
SAVANNAH-Per sehr John Lenthall-130 tons
" phosphate rock.
The Ch?rle?ton Market.
FOR THE WEEK ENDING THCF.SPAY, JANUARY 20.]
TH* CRors.-The weather has been steadily fa?
vorable dur.ng this period, and such work in thc
field as was necessary could be performed with?
out interruption. Planters have been taking the
earlier steps towards the engagement of labor
and the procuring of supplies,* but arrangements
have not generally progressed sufficiently to in?
dicate their Influence on the crop to be planted.
In cases where full supplies of corn are needed
factors show an indisposition to make liberal ad?
vances.
THE RECEIPTS.-Thc arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week up to Friday last were 140,887 bait-?,
against 132,585 bales the week before, and 03,851
bales for the same period last year. At New.Ol
leans the receipts were 50,559 bales, in contrast
.with 46,449 bales ror the week the year pievtou?.
The total snpplies at the cotton ports from Sep?
tember 1, 1870, up to the latest mail dates, were
2,027,690 bales, against l,6!4,45S boles the year be?
fore, showing an increase of 413,133 bales. The
arrivals at the principal Southern centres from
September 1, 1570, up to the latest telegraphic In?
telligence, as contrasted with Hst year, were as
follows:
1871.
New Orleans, January 25 . 695,826
Mobile, January 25.241,961
Savannah, January 25.489.026
Charleston, January 25.239,553
Texas, January 25.115,358
Virginia, January 25.185,627
North Carolina, January 25.._ 56,558
The following: are the receipts of cotton at thc
chief Southern centres, as reported by telegraph,
from January 19 to January 25, 1S71, inclusive.
This luctudes all points but overland:
NEW ORLEANS
Jan 19.5527.Jan 20. . ..85531
Jan 21.52ft2.Jan 23....66H ?-45,532
Jan 24.4319.Jan 25... 15,370 J
MOBILE
Jan 19.1484.JSP 20....4746)
Jan 21.3518.Jr a 23....5006 }? 19,860
Jan24.4316.......;?an 25.... 300J
SAVANNAH
Jan 19.-.Jan 20... .40061 '
Jan21.3998.Jan 23....5162 ?.23,153
Jan 24.6106.-..Jan25....3SslJ
CHARLESTON
Jan 19. 2729.Jan 20.... 19251
Jana.2233.Jan23....2815 ??13.7S3
Jan 24.2130.Jan 25....1956J
GALVESTON
Jan 19.1841.Jan 20....18081 .
Jan 21.1692.Jan '.3....15G9 J-10,602
Jan 24.2254.Jan 25... .1498 J
NORFOLK
Jan 19.1864.Jan 20....14301
Jan 21.1338.Jan 23... .1945 } 10,535
Jan 24.1307.Jan 25....2101J
WILMINGTON
Jan 19. 320.Jan20.... 2991
Jan 21.317.Jau 23.... 278 i 1,394
Jan 24. 50.Jan 25_130 J
Total.124.433
The arrivals for the corresponding week last
year were 104,272 bales.
The stocks of the article In sight at the latest
dates were as follows:
1871. uro.
Stock In Liverpool.bales. 5t5.000 34l,ooo
Stock In London. 69.077 115,671
Stock lu Glasgow. 450 ?CO
Stock in Marseilles. 6,500 4.150
Stock In Havre. 45.150 72.7no
Stock in Bremen. 3.550 2.70J
Stock rest of Continent. 25,000 33.009
Afloat for Great Britain (Amer?
ican). 290,089 141,010
Afloat fir France (American
and Brazil*. 5S.037
Total Indian cotlou afloat for
Europe. 83.000 87.0GO
Stock m United States ports.. 558,500 470,070
Stock in inland towns. 117,179 101,045
Total. 1,748,406 1.432.C53
Increase or stock in sight. 315,753
The ai rivals at this port ror the week were 033
bags or sea islands and Florida3, and 13,149 bales
or up'ands, lu contrast with 60S bags pf sea
islands and Floridas, and 10,014 bales.or uplands
the week previous, and 302 bags or sea Islands
and or?ias, and 4892 bales or uplands ror tho
week last year. Tlje supplies have come as roi
lows : Say or uplands, per "South Carolina Rall
road, 11,109 bales; per Northeastern Railroad 910
bales; per Savannah and Charleston Railroad 304;
Peedee 429; Beaufort 56; Santee 320; Savannah 10;
Georgetown 6; Florida 5. or sea Islands : North
'astern Railroad 22; Christ- Church 5; John's
leland 9; Beaufort. 204;'James leland 25; Edisto
45; Florida 329.
THE COTTON MARKET.-This staple has shown
not only a steady but rather firmer market daring
the week Jast close 1, the foreign rates having
commenced at [email protected]?id and improved to 8d?
8y?d; at New York they began at l5.?i and harden?
ed to 15&, while ac this port middling uplauds,
which opened at [email protected]'?, stiffened to [email protected]
1? Bs.
The movements at Liverpool and New York
during this time nave been as follow^ : On Friday,
January 20, the former closed quiet, uplands
sales 12,000 bales; the lauer showed small i,rfer
ings, uplands I5i4'c, sales 2100 bales. Ou Satur?
day the former was steady, upi iuds 7J?d, sales
12,000 bales; the latter was uuchanged," uplands
15KC, sales 2500 baies. On Monday ihe ronner
was steady, uplauds 7;?d, sales 12,000 bales; the
latter was firmer atl5>ic. sales S400 bales. On
Tuesday the ronner was firmer, uplands *[email protected],
sales 12,000 bales; the latter was quiet ami steady
at 15>ic, sales 3640 hal. s. "On Wednesday the for?
mer was active, up:ands [email protected]'?d, sales? 12.C0O
bales; the latter was quiet and strong at 15,','c,
sales 5S74 bales. Yesterday, from the ronner
there was no dispatches; at the latter prices ad?
vanced, uplands I5,*?c.
The sales and prices In this market for the past
week have been as fi Hows: On'Friday, January
20th, lhere was a moderate demand, bnt the mar?
ket was weak; sales IOOO bales; ordinary to good
ordinary being quoted at [email protected]?, low middling
14.K, Diddling 14>[email protected]??, strict middling 14;,'@
15c $ lb. On Saturday the ear.y transactions
were at easier rates, but with better telegrams
the nrtic'e assumed a stronger loue; sates 1500
Dales; quotations closing about as bet?re. On
Monday thc article was Armer, and on Hie better
grades about MO tf? ? higher; sales 1400 bales;
ordinary to g?od ordinary being quoted at [email protected]
14, low midd Ung [email protected]>?, mklnltug [email protected]??,
and strict middling 16c "fl tb. On Tuesday prices
-were uot only steadv, but in some cases harder;
sales 1300 boles; ordinary to good ordinary being
quoted at 13,>[email protected] 4M. low middling 14>?. mid. hag
14J?, strict lulddllug 15c Q rb. un Wednesday
there was a fa.r Inquiry at uuchanged rates; sales
1000 bales; quotations as heiore. Yesterday thc
market opened (Inn. with transactions at about
prevlius figures, Dut on n-ceipt or utter tele?
grams, holders advanced their views, which re?
stricted business, the sales being limited arter the
news, and the market b c une unsuited and dim
cult to quote, the later op?rations showing au
improvement ot about >[email protected],".?c "j* lt.; sales eoo
bales; say I at mi, 29 at 13, 33 at 18??*, 40 at 13>,'.
26 at 13x, 7 at 13X, 95 at 14, 36 at 14,'i, 20 at 14A?,
31 at 14?,, 49 nt us. Mt at 14X, 7?at 14.V, 16 at
14 J?, 66 at 15, 33 ut UM. ?t> 15>*', " at l?)(, 27
on private terms. We quote:
LIVERPOOL CLASSIFICATION.
Ordinary to ??od ordinary.13>[email protected]"-?
Low mlddlliiB.14 ?14s;
Middling.147?&15
Strict middling.15^@l5,'i
SEA ISLAND COTrow.~T_ce arr}va,ls ol tb
i!y of the staple Were to a fair extent,
bags of sea Island and Floridas, In contra
cou bags or sea leland and Floridas the w<
viens, and 382 for the corresponding we
rear. There was a steady inquiry fer ne
kinds, but particularly for gocd and tine
of Floridas, which have been active at v
and somewhat higher prices. Tho trans
for the week have been about 250 bags of C
and 400 of Florida descriptions. Among t
of Carolinas were 27 bags nt sec; 7 at 52>?;
25 a: 60; 2 at 65; ll at 72; 4 at 77; 3 at 80; 2
23 at ?l ft ft. Of Floridas, 5 at 35; 50 at 3
40; 2 at 13; c. at 45; 4 at 47; 35 at 00; 1 at 5:
S3: s at 60c H ft. Carolinas may be qui
50aei'C ft ft rorcommon; SOaSTC *{* ? for ra
esa70c $ ft for good, and SOcaSl and upw
ft for ?ne and extra fine grades. Floridas
dlnm and good qualities may be quoted a',
ane a: 4sa53,. and ex:ra flue at 55 and u]
t* ft- * ' ii
Kici-flSie: arrivals or Carolina- tongi
been iig!"i( and'vjfcre less than aojcpo bus
This time. The'market lias shown a qm
tude for mest of the period, buyers offerln;
rather under the views of 'actors, which p
ed transactions, bat, on wednesday, witl
concessions in some cadres, ihe market I
active? Th?sales-cf Cte week were abo
tierce* of clean Carolina, among Which1 wei
0?i; 151 at 6*i; SO Ut 613-16; KO at OJ,'; 700 a
at 7,'i; 46 at 7?4'; 80 at 7,'i : io at 7,'ic; es on |
terms. Wc quote common to fair, clean C?
at [email protected]$J?; good 7?7\ic ? fti
NAVAL STOKES.-The arrivals have beca
rate and transactions llghi. The stock on
being limited, is held flruily. Among th
were 13 bbls. spirits turpentine at'44c ? ga
bb!, extra No. 1 rosin at $3; 4 bbl3. No. 1 al
55 bbls. low No. 1 at $2; Ss bbis. extra N<
?1 55: 254 bbls. No. 2 at $1 80; 103 bbl*. Ni
$1 75; 2 bbls. No. 3 at $1 70 ft bbl; also 7 bbl
its at 44c; 10 bb's No l rb;iu at $3; 15 bbls I
$2; 94 bbls No 2 at $1 85: COO bbls No 2 at $1
bbls No 2 at $175; 7 obis black at $1 55.
HAT.-The arrivais have been light am'
abon: 130 bales of North River and 600
Eastern. Sales or North River took place A
ft hundred. Jobbing lots are held at about
? hundred.
COHN*.-There have been moderate arrlv
this grain from Baltimore and riilla-le
amounting to about 10,030 bushels.- The art
held flriuly. A lot of 0500 bushels white was
on private terms. 1400 bushels prime whi
bags, wes sold at [email protected] 13 ft bushel, wt
bags Included, aDd a lot or Western whi
bags, at Si 10 tl bushel, weight, bags luci
Jabbing lots of good 'oprimo white may beq
at [email protected] 20 tl bu-hel, weight bags include)
OATS.-Tnere have been about 52C0 bushe
ceived during this period. HSUu bushels of 1
land were sold in bulk at toe ft bushel, w?
2400 bushels Western were disposed or, lu
at soc busher, weight, bag* included. Jot
lots may be quoted at 80355c ft bushel, we
bags Included.
PEAS-Arc In request, and sell at $1 [email protected]
bushel.
FLOCK.-This article has had an upward
dency, and prices are higher. Northern and V
ern super may be quo-ed at 56(5)5 75 ft ubi.; e
at ?7 2507 75$) bbl.; and family at $8 25(?
bbl. Southern qualities are hel 1 firmly, and s
may be quoted at [email protected]" ft bbl.; extra $7:
tl bbl.; family at $8 [email protected] ft bbl., and extra f
ly at $9 [email protected] "p. bbl. A sale'of low gr.:de s
took place at $6 ft bbl.
BACON.-The market is moderately sup
with prime meat, with an Improved demand,
we quote prime smoked (boulders at Via ?
prime smoked clear nb shies at 13XQ14C; sa
shoulders at 10c, and sides at V2}:c ft lb.
' VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.-Irish potatoes are
fair supply, and are ia request for s?i ?
poses. Peach-blows may be quoted at ?
bb!; Jackson whi: rs at $4(5, $4 30; Goodrich, Ac.
$460)8 bid.;.pinkly es, f5;i:ar?j' i:ose$7 ^
Onions are io rnod?raie stook, anti sell at, [email protected]
fl bb!. Apples are In limited stock, and sell
$3 50(54 50 bbl. Oranges are held nt $" si
hundred. Baracoa bananas sell at $2 [email protected]
bunch?
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are ll
but coed to prime grocery sugars may be quo
at ll12c ft lb. Muscovado molasses may
I quoted dud ut [email protected] lu hints, and 41?42c ft i
Ion in obis; clayed a 3303)0 ft ganoo. New
leans molasses, prive may bc quoted at 75<?;S0(
gallon, rrime Lo iisiana sujar is held a: ll,1
KA??
BUTTER AND LARD.-There is. a fair stock
prime Goshen. We q lote goo I to prime at 3;
43c ft ft: Chicago prime 29^3ic ft ft; Weste
and other lower grades sell from 20t333c ill
country at [email protected] tl ft, as In quality. Lard is
fair supply, and ls hel 1 at 13X&14tfc ft ft.
SALT.-Jobbing parcels of Liverpool recelv
direct may be quoted at $1 50<??i 60 ft sack.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, or the mo
approve-, patterns, are otrered on the market
6<?,7c ft ft.
INDIA BAGOINO.-There ls but little Inquiry fi
this article. We quote 221323: ll yard, norain?
TIMBER AND LUMBER-The market for this an
cle ls dull. We quote timber for milling purposi
from [email protected] Shipping timber $S<3>14; [email protected]
flooring at [email protected] ft M. Bright lumber, got
merchantable, from city mills, cut to si:.e, froi
[email protected] ft M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam direct nora
na', on uplands; via New York, ???d or uplands
l.Vd on sea Islands; by sail ,s^@7-l6d f.n upland!
Vd on sea Islands. To Havre nomlon. Coast wis
- to New York, by steam Xe on upi inda and lc 0
sea islands; $2 ft tierce on rice; bj sall, gc lift 0:
cotton;- tl 'ilerce on rice- 40c ft barrel 01
rosin; [email protected]$8 ft ?I ou lumber: |[email protected] fl Mon tim
ber. To Boston, by sall, >ic ft ft on uplam
cotton. To Providence, t y Ball. $8 00 11 M ot
boards, ??c ft ft on cottor ; by steam $1 tl bale ot
New York rates. To i'hlladelphia, by steam
Hz ft ft on uplands; r>7 sat), $7 ll M on hoards
$9* on Umber; $3 ft to:i on clay, aud [email protected] 50 ot
phosphates. To Baltimore by steam, ytc ft ft
by sail, $6 [email protected] ft M on ooards: [email protected] 25 ft tor
on phosphate rock. Vessels are lu demand bj
our merchants to take lumber freights from
Georgetown, S. C., Harlen and Satllla Elver, Ga.,
and Jacksonville, Fla., to Northern ports, and
*[email protected] 12 ft M are rates on lamber and boards.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchas?
ing sight checks oa New York at [email protected] orr; rive
days ?? orr; 10 days 1 off; 15 days l,'.i off; 20 days
-; CO days-. They are se ling sight checks at
par.
EXCHANGE-STERLING KILLS.-The rate yester?
day was I0.^@i9?i for 60 day bills.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
9'i aud selling at ll.
Marketa by Telegraph?
MONEY MAKKET8.
LONDON. Januarv 2*>.-Noon.-Consols 92V
Bonds 9O;?.
FRANKFORT, January 25.-Bonds 95j?.
NEW YOUR, January 20 -Noon.-Stocks dull
and heavy. Governments very strong, especially
sixes of SI. State securities very steady, ?oil
steady at 10??. Money 5a6. Exchange, long 9U;
sh- rt lo;? Ciiited States sixes of issi, registered
UH; coupons 12; five-twenties of 1802, regis?
tered 9.
NEW ORLEANS, January 20. - sterling 20J,\
Sight ii discount. Gold ?uj?a o.'i.
. COTTON MARKETS.
LivERrooi., January 25.-Noon_Cotton buoy?
ant ; uplands 8d; Orleans s^'d: sales 15.ooo bales.
Afternoon.-Cotton active; optaudl Sus^'d; Or?
leans s.'?das'?d. The sales ?rill prottably reaci
20.0OU bales. Cotton afloat from New o?leans,
loaded in December, 8'?d for middling-?.
Eveniutf.-Cotton firmer; uplands s,'0'; Orleans
Bl?atJ?; sales -O.oco ii il-a; s, eculaflon and export
50uu; sali s ruesday 4000 bale3 more titan preft-'
ousiy reported >ale?; loallntt at Mobile S'4'd ror
middlings: bins afloat from New Orleaus shipped
m Ueeeiuoer 8)?d.
NEW YORK, January 20.-Noon.-Cotton in fair
deniaiul and Kc higher; middling uplands 15??'c;
<Tl?-aus Ic.tf?. .
Evening.-Cotton quiet; salis 4S0D bales, at
lo fi C.
BOSTON*, January 20.-cot on-mbwilings iee;
"to<-k'astw 2i> es; gro3b ie*-'e'PtH 860; sales 500;
BALTiMo'ttE, Januar;. 88-Ootton firmer and
neil hiL'in r; middlings l??ie; net rece i ts "95
Se^77^^c?l,91,; lXP0r'8 ??T"**T->
ports i oastwise ll?; salen 50; stock 2145
NORFOLK. January 26.-uottou finn; i?w mid?
dlings 14,'??tl4}?c; net receipts till bales; txports
coa-t ise 1497: saiesJuo; 810CK 10 001
SAVANKAH, January to.-Cotton quiet but Arm
mlddliugs 15c; net noeipts 5i?6u nales; exports
coastwise 1446; saies 210 .; >tocK 00 015.
MUBII.K. January 26- Cotton buoyant; mid- .
dhugs MXe; net receipts 1126; expo.ts tu Great
Britain 2700- coastwise 103; sales 2500; ?tock 25,
34GSTEBTON, January 28.-Cdttoh quietm Arm;
good ordinary i3ol3??; net receipts 1386 bales;
sa'e3 500; stock 58H2. . .
Nsw ORLEANS. January 20.-The views of buy
ersand sellers are teutilng upward; "W^B9"?
15Kc; net receipts 9335; gross 978>; exports to
Grot Britain ok; to Antwerp 2919; sales 5100;
stock 138,688 bales.
FROVI3ION3 AND PRODUCE MARKET.
LIVERPOOL, January 25.-Noon.-Breadstntfs
e'sKw YORK, January 26._Noon.-F;our dull and
unchanged. Wheat heavy. Corn ?all ana un?
changed. Pork Arm; mess S22 87a$23. Lard
doll; steam lZKalSC, Sarai.stores and turpen?
tine quiet, and Urm; turpentine MMM9C. Rosin
unsettled at S2 25 for strained. Freights dull.
Evenlng.-Southein flour quiet; common to
good extra $6 95a7 50; good to choice $7 ooas .5.
Wheat quiet and lower; winter red aud a ni o er
Western $1 56al 57. Corn dull; new esaeoc. cor?
ree lu fair request; Rio I3?al63ic. Sugar firm.
Molasses easier at 62,S'c. Rice Arm at IM?
Whiskey, uew. 23a23>?c. Mess por* $238? 50.
Lnrd firmer l?.??c. Turpentine firm, ?osin,
settled, S2 25. Tallow BKB9C. Freights ?oil; on
cetton, 6-l?aXd. . ^
New York Klee Market.
From the Daily Balletin, January 24: The mar?
ket ls without much activity and doe, not show
mile so much tone, as the supply ls a t ne
larger, and some outside lots arc offered a lit.le
off Sales of 70 tierces at 7>4'a7?ic for Caro.lna.
From the Journal or Commerce: Domestic ls
strone. Tnere ls some Inquiry from thc trade, bur.
"the very small supply keeps pices under sellers'
control. We quote 7'ft8c fer common to prime,
and fancy ??c nigher. Sales 40 tierces. In i-as.
ludia there is a little jobbing trade at 7c, curren?
cy Some T* bogs have changed hanns.
From the Herald: The hlzh pretensions or sell
BTShad the effect ol ctucklirg business, and the
market, mongh strong, was not ?clive. Saes or
Carolina, In lots, amounted to aoout ISO tierces at
norn 7 ii ase ror fair to prime. Choice ???were
held with t)ruines3 at SgaSKc. In Rangoon
. transactions were conflned to about 300 bags lor
domeatio use, at 7c. currency, out or boud. vte
quote Raugoou, gold, lu bond, 3%'?3'4C
Norfolk Corn Market.
From the Journal, January.25: The rwelpts of
thc week are 35,000 bushels, and the sales to-day
4000 bushels, on terms riot named. Tue market
to-day shows more activity than ror several days
past. Wc quote white at 80aS2c; mixed at .6aS0c;
yellow 7Cc corn meal may b-j gaoled at 5lal 0a.
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, Jan nary 25.-Salcs or cotton yester?
day isl balts; mkld?ng lS>?al3JiC.
SUMTER. January 25.-About 100 bales haye
been sold during the wt ek ending the 25th. vie
quote: Ordinary UJ.'c: good ordinary 12-ic; low
middling I2?ic; middling WicjVstrict middling
lO.'ic.
ATLANTA. January 24.-The market to day has
be'eu quiet and Urra; middlings I3?ic; low mid?
dling I2?ic; gO'>d ordinary HW, ordinary Ile.
MACON, January 24.-Cottoa recilpts 742
bales. Shipments 400 bales. Sales 932 bales. Hie
market quiet, with middlings at 14c.
COLUMBUS, January 24.-Cotton In g-mdI de?
mand: lowmldd.ing. good styles, ISKc: midd log
13MC. Sales 556 bales. Receipts CZ? aale?. Ship?
ments 424 biles.
MONTGOMERY. January 24.-Our cotton mar?
ket ls very tl nu, with good demand at 14al4.'4c
for low middlings.
SELMA, January 24.-There were sales yester?
day to the amount of 505 bales. ' Middliug I4>,'c;
low middlings 14c The demand was good and
general, but the ll?-ht snppiy restricted SP.les.
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orl?ans
1S041 bales uplands, from Mobile 29T5 bales up
la ds and burn, d 502; from Savannah 1074 bacs
sea Island and U7u bales upland.and Irom Charles
ion 1971 bags sea island and 1037 bales upland
the quantities received at those ports Irom Mo?
bile. Florida. Texas and Savannah.
i? i"
i 1
5 g
o
M
% S
% v.
.1 ?
"g g g
-.0-1
? *. co o
|U M
O -I -J
-_li 30
5?
io
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IO 13 u M ?J fa IS
_ - - i;
13 o M n in ci.
2 zr
--3
Export s nf Klee. .Va vj tl Stores and Lum
lu i ri om thc Port of Charleston, from
September ], 1S70. to January 86,1871.
EXTORTED TO
1S70-'71.
NAVAL
STOR'S
.Boston.
New York....
Philadelphia..
Baltimore_
New Orleans..
Mobile.
Provld'ce.R I.
Oth'rOSi'rtB
T'nlCoastw'se
LOXSER.
Bbls. Feet.
S,960| 239,228
Si, TL G 1,610,739
5,200 CC9.000
3,621 596,491
Barcelona.
Maj'a&M'kct.
West Indies..
Halifax, NS..
St John's, N B.
London.
Bristol, Eng..
Liverpool.
Havre..
24,803
453
500.314
345,500
3,801,302
581 813,473
1.3041
S.OLT
Montevideo...
Great Britain.
Rio de Janeiro
Australia.
Total Foreign.
Grand Total
7,695
32,398
200
1S?9-'70.
NAVAL
STOR'S
Bbls.
8,6191
6.172
4,035
690
18.560
1,812
Feet.
92,424
2,562.964
83.100
271,140
140,000
345,055
3,491,5S9
. I 288,269
10.C00? 2,056
823,673 10,036
6.2?5
4,C24.97?l 28 C0?
233,269
-3,732.858
Comparative Exports of Cotton and Hice
from the Port or Charleston, from Sop?
tcmbcr 1 ,1870, to January iiji, 1S71.
EXTORTED TO
Liverpool.
Otjier Br.Ports
Tot'l G. Britain
Havre:.
Other Fr. Ports
lt>70-'71.
S. L.Dp'tl.
18C7
1S67
Total France..!
N. of Europe..
Tot'l N.Europe
S.of Europe..
W. Indies, Ac.
Total F. Ports..
Boston..,*..'...
Rhode Island..
New York.
Philadelphia...
Bait. & Nr'rolk
Oth. O. S. Ports
Tot'l C'sePorts
1867
34
3064
30j
7123
6109
70340
4941
5931
87203
145?7
Rice
453
1809-'7O.
S. I.
2264
2204
323
Up'd. i Rice
30073
883 10
328r 883
2592
UM
956611 6411
604?! 965
85431 3534
. 4031
3128 111679115389
Grand Total.! 4995:1989471153391 563G|130642!l0J53
133S
1338
3462
1400
102
29301 72209! 5087
10 6386| 1114
100521 2005
330 1601
3044
91880(10114
Charleston tVTioicsnle Price?.
ART1CLE9. PRICES.
BAGGING, ft yard
Dundee. &
Gunny Cloth. ?2 @ 23
New York Double Anchor, 44
Inches, 2?*ths. O
BALE RnrE, ft lb
Manilla. A
Western. S ? 12 H
Jute.?. (?a
BITTER-Goshen. 30 ? * 40
Comity. 25 "i, 30
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary to good ordinary.... 13.'4'? 14?;
Low middling. UH? UH
Middling to strict middling... UJi? 16<i
Good middling. ?
Sea Island.:. 40 ? 1 25
COFFEE, ft lb
.Rio. 17 ? 19
Laguayra. ?
Java. ?
FERTILIZERS
Carolina Fertilizer, ft 2000 lbs. 60 oo ?
Wando Fertilizer.ca.-h_58 oo fi*
Time. 55 oo ?
Double Retraed Puudrette. 30 00 ? .?
Niles' Phosphate. 63 00 ?
Peruvian Guano, ft 2240 lbs... 100 00 ?
PacitlcGuano,*? 2000 lbs.cash. 65 00 ?
Time. 66 00 ?
Pheonix Guano. 65 00 ?
Bough's Phos., V 2000 ?ss.cash 55 00 @
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs 05 00 ?
Rhodes'Standard Manure ($65
time)."57 50 ? ..
Orchlllo Guano ($40 rime). 35 00 ?
Laud Plaster. 13 oo ? 16 CO
M apes- Super Phos, ft 2000 lbs. 65 00 ?
Woolstuu'8 Phosphate of Lime 65 00 ? * ..
Woolston's Vege'or, ft 2000 tbs 66 00 .?
Croasdale'sGen. Sup.l'hos. net 60 00 ?
Bowers'complete Manure, net 60 00 ?
Sardy's Phos. Peruvian, cash. 65 oo ?
Sardy's Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
Patapsco Guano. 65 00 ?
E. Frank Co's Ainmontated
Bone Phosphate. 60 CO ?
Coe's Pave Dissolved Bone.... 62 00 ?
Whann's Superphosphate.60 oo @ jo oo
Erlwnn Guano, No l (f 60 time) 54 00 ?
diwan Guano, No 2 ($60 time) 63 00 ?
/.ell's Ammoniatcd Bone Phos?
phate (?7u dine).60 CO ?
Russel Coo's, Ammonlated^ ,
Dmie Superphosphate .($65 'rt
time)....?;....,...-. oo oe ?
Cotton Food, per ton... 60 oo", ?
FLO i n, ft bbl- . . -. xi*
Fine....*,.?. $*?> ?
Super. 6 25 .? 6 75
Northern and Western Extra. 7 60 ? s OJ
BaltimoreKxtra.-. .. ?
Southern-Super....-. 6'50 J? 7 00
. Kxtra. 7 50-'? 8 00
? Family. 8?iflH*# 10 oo
GRAIN, ft bushel-' . . . ' : ev
Marviand-Oats. 60 ? 85
Western Oats. i-o ? 65
Corn. 1 10 ? 1 Sa
HAY, ft cwt
North River. 1 ii ? 1 SO
Lot BEI*, ft -M feet
Clear White Pine, first quriil'v. 50 00 ?, 55 Oo
White line, good run.38 oo ? 40 oo
Yellow Pine.20 uo <& 24 00
Boards, routrh. ll 00 ? 12 00
Grooved and tongued 28 00 ?a 32 00
MOLASSES, ft gallon
Cuba. SI ?
Muscovado. 39 ? 42
Sugar-house.'.. 60 ? l oo
New Orleans. 75 ?
NAVAL .STOKE.--,' ft bbl
Tar. ? .. .
Pltrii. ?
Rosin, pule. ?
Rusin. So. 1. 2 CO ? 3 00
Rosin, No. 2. 1 75 ? 1 85
Rosin, No. 3. 1 60 ? 1 70
Spirits Turpentine, "jtgallou.. 44 ?
Crude Turpentine. ?
Hani Tuipentine. @
Oakum, ft rb. 16 ?
NAILS-American 4?nod., ft keg 5 os ($ 7 oo
PoVOKlt-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 @
Dupont's, F.F.P. 6 00 ?
Dupont's. Blasting.f. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, ft lb
Bacou, Hams. 18 ? 22
Sides. 13J?? 14
Shoulders. 12 ? 12>?
Strip*. ?
Lard, lu keg... IC*? 14.>i
Butter. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 15 ? 30.
Potatoes, Irish, ft bbl. .4 oo ? 4 50
Swedt. 3 50 @ 4 00
Onion.-:. 4 75 ? 5 50
Apples. 3 (JO ? 4 50
Egirs. 25 ? 30
Poultry-Chickens, 'ri t:oz_ 3 oo ? 4 oo
Fowls, ft doz.".. 5 00 ? 5 50
RICK, ft lb-Carollua. Oti.u? 07.1^
East India. ?
SALT, 5* wick-Liverpool, coarte 1 SO ? 1 00
Liverpool, hue. @
SUGAR, ft lb-Baw. @
Porto Itlco. ?
.Muscovado.;. 10 ? lix
BEESWAX- ft tt>. 38 ? 40
HIDES. Green-ft lb. ?
Dry. 12 ? 15
CHESTS ITS-ft bushel. 4 00 ?
l'as?en?ci>.
Per Steamship South Carolina, ror New Tork
Dr J E Wbitesl es. WM Terry. EFCiurch and
wile. Il M Doisnd. B W Pyle and wire, Mrs Stack,
W Meains, and uihers in steersge.
_ " Exports._
BOSTON-Per sehr BN Hawkins-840 ba.es up?
land cotton, 41 tes rice, 1080 bnshels paddy, ooo
bushels rice flour, 84 bags cotton seed, 2 bales lea?
ther belting.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Sooth Carolina-84
bags sja Island and 945 bales upland cotton, 17
bales domestics, 155 tierces rice, 147 bois rosin, 49
casks clay and sundries.
llecclptv by ttnilroarl, January 26.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
1794 bales cotton, 2 cars stock. To Railroad
Agent, Pelzer, Rodgers Sc co, W C Courtney A
co, W \V Smith. Sloan A Seignious, Brodie A co,
Graeser ft Smith. L1) Mowry St Son, W Gurney, W
C Bee ft co, G H Walter ? co. Wies A co. Dowling
A co, Reeder A Davis, A J Salmas, Frost A Adger,
Murdaugh ft Mathews, G W Williams A co. W B
Williams A Son. Caldwell A Son, A B Mullipau,
Thurston & Holmes, G A Trenholm A Son, Prin?
gle St Son.
NORTHEASTERN 2AILROAD.
151 bales upland cotton, 425 bbls naval slorcs,
cars lumber and wood, live stock, cotton seed,
mdse, Ac. To Geo W Williams & co, T P smith,
P llutson, Frost Sc Adger, L- D Mowry A Son, W C
Bee A co, A J Salinas. Caldwell A Son, G W Witte,
H Bischoff A co, Dowling A co, Pe:zer, Rodgers Sc
co. Shackelford A Kelly, F W Emanuel, M W Cross,
E Welling. Railroad Agent and Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
40 bales cotton, fongh rice, mdse, A-c. Tow P
Dowling A co, Pelzer, Rodgers St co. W O Bee A
co, Fraser A Dill, Kinsman i Howell, J'Colcock &
co, W M Law. on A Sons, H Bischoff * co, Gaillard
ft-Mlnott, W H Mauldln, S Schwartz. T Pvc, J J
Wescoat, U P?state, C W Bunton, S R Marshall, C
Middleton, J B Sardy, R Roper, T T Hall.
Pausender*.
Ter steamship Charleston, from New York
Maj L E Johnson, Capt Stewart. Mrs T E Coffee, J
Hiker, T Shay, H Groot and wife, Juo Travers, Jr,
Mis Lunny and 7 emigrants.
CHAR LEST ON, JANUARY 27.
ARRIVED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York-left
- inst. Mdse. To Jas Adzer A co. J D Aiken A
co, S C Railroad co, R Adger, N E Railroad co, C
ii Ahreiis, MAA Ashton. Mrs E Bnynord, Wm C
Bee A co, E ti Bedford, E T Drown. G H?lst, G A
Bowman. Cameron, Barkley A co, R G Chisolm. J
C II Claussi n, T D Clancy, A 1) cohen, J Commins,
C. osaw Mining co, Bowie, Moise A Davis, Jas M
Eaiou A Bro. J S Fairly, u F Heming .tjco. Furch
go;r, Benedict A co, ll Gerdts A co, C H Gliddeti,
Goodrich. Wuieman A co, Hart & co. D B Hasel?
ton, Harbison A co, Ho msb's Book House, John?
ston, Crews A co, W II Jone?, F S Holmes. J Hur
kamp & co, N A Hunt, U Kerrison, L Kenacke. H
Klatte A co, Klinck, Wickenberg A c\ Knobeloch
A .- mall, P B Lalane A co, D Lopez, G J Lunn, RA
McDonald, Mantoue A co. J G Mdnor A co. Mc Loy
A Rice, Melch?is A Muller, B K Nt nf vire, A Nie
mann. B O'Neill, D O'Neill A Sons, P F Murray, C
F Panknln. D Paul A co, J Reils, ll H Raymond, J
Rugheimer. Shaffer Bros, W A Skrlne. AV Steele.
Southern Express co, A R Stillman, A Sumner.M
F Taylor A co, M Trlest, Steffens, Werner A Duck?
er, S.Thnmas. W J Trim. Walker, EvanR A cogs
well, p Walsh, Wageuer ft Monsces, Whlitemoje
A Rhodes, J Wiley x co, ship R 0 Winthrop. G.w
Williams A co, Utto F Wietel*, W J Yates, and
otk i rs.
Sehr Margaret C Lyons, Smith. Portland, Me-8.
days. Hay. To J A Enslow A co. Vessel to
Master. 1
Sehr Ann S Deas, Garbattl. West Toint Mill, leo
tes rice. To Cohen, Haoikel A.. o.
Received from Chlsolm's- Mill. CO tes rice. To
Thurfcton A Holmes and Til ft W Dewees.
IN THE OFFING.
Br ship Kate Troop.
CLEARED YESTERDAY.
Steamship Sooth "Carolina, Becket, New York
-Wflgner, Huger ft co. W A courtenay..
SAILED YESTERDAY.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New York.
FROM THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, New York, Janu?
ary 24.
Sieamshlp Manhattan, Woodhull, New York,
January 24.
CLEARED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore
Januaiy 24.
Sehr David Currie, Barrett, at Orient, L I, Janu?
ary 2 4.
MEMORANDA.
Thc sehr Cynosure, whxh ariived Wednesday,
reports having spoken ou the 22d Instant, lu lat
2G 45 N, long "9 40 \\\ the scar Louisa, Irom Pott
land. Me, bound Nm th.
Thc sehr W H Thorndike. Hall, from Rockland,
Me, for (.harlestone arrived av ronland, Me, Jan?
uary 2L
The rchr Ida Billa, Fisher, for Georgetown S C,
cleared at New York January 23.
List of Slapping
IN THE TOUT OF CHARLESTON, JANUARY 26.
Vessels under loo tons, and steamers coasting
wubin the State, excepted.
STEAMSHIPS.
Corinna (Br), 1112 tons, Dryden, In the Stream, for
Liverpool, ready-ii Mure ft CO.
Cuba, - tons, Dukehart, nt Union wharf, far Bal?
timore rcpalriug-Mordecai 4 co.
Champion, 141S tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharr,
for New York, loading-Janies Adger ft co.
South Carolina, KOO rous, Beckett, at ?nlon
wharr. for New York, ready-Waguer, Huger
A co, W. A. Courtenay.
Virginia, - tons. Humer, at Brown A co's wharr,
for Philadelphia, loading-W A Courtenay.
Sea Gull, Glu tons, Dutton, at L'nlon wharr, rroni
Baltimore, discharging-P C Trenholm.
SHIPS.
John O Baker, 1110 tons. Spear, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, lor Liverpool, loading-Street Bros
ft co.
Eliza Everett (Br), 89." tons, Dennis, at Vaarter
horst's wharf, ror Liverpool, loading-B S
Rhett A Son.
Aurora (Span), - tons, Boratnn, In A?hley River,
ror thc Rio de la Piata, loading-W P Hall.
Muscongus. (Br). 700 tons. Grover, at Vander?
horst's wharf, tor Liverpool, loading-Raven
el A co.
Edith (Br), - tons. Hilton, at Boyce ft co's wharf,
rrom Yarmouth, N S, walting-B S Rhett A
Son.
R C winthrop. 900 ions, Stewart, nt Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Patterson St
stock.
Island Home (Rr). 725 tons. Mclellan, nt Accom?
modation wuarf, ror Liverpool, loading-Hen?
ry Card.
BARRS.
Line M. (Br.) - tons, (luthrie, In the Stream,
ror Greenock, Scotland, ready-c C Coe, Supt.
HawkeyeHKrj, - tons, freschi n, at Robb's Mill,
for a Port in Great Britain, luadlng-Street
Bros ft co.
Sailor Prince, 445 tons, McManus, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-E Willis.
Ked ir. 330 tons, Sonder, in the stream, for Valpa?
raiso, ready-Si reet Bros ft co.
Arbitrator (Br). 547 tons. Irwin, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-J Fraser ft co.
Yunmil, (Hr.) 44:1 tous, cnmpiel!, at Boyce ft
co's wharr, fer Liverpool, loading- Robert T
Walker.
Sabra Muses, (Hr). (?S6 ton?. Ki'lam. at Boyce ft
co's wharr, for Liverpool, loading-J A Eus
. low ft co.
Batchelors, (Kr,) f.'>5 tons, Tooker, nt noyce ft Co's
wharf, for amsterdam, loading-Lcsesue ft
Wi US.
Eulalia. (Som.) 4.vi toni?, Arana, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liveritool, loading-W p Hali.
Kepler (X Ge }, - tons, Lanckenau, at Atlantic
wharf, front Creineu, discharging-G A Hop
ic .V C
Bows rd't.Ur), "..'O :oi;s. Shaw, at Boyce A co's
u lian, tor Ottenburg, loading-Bs Rhett ft
Son.
Prof Schweis? ni (Nor), 320 tons, swan, at Mar?
shall'* ? har', ?rom Cardiff, discharging-Or?
der.
1 Rio de ia Plata (Rr) C47 tons. Landry, at Commer
Hierein 1 wharf, for Cork and a Market, load
mir-lt Mule ft io.
James Ive- (Ur). 532 tons. Carroll, at Onion wharf,
for Liverpool, luadlng-G A Trenholm A SOU.
Palmira (Span). 230 tuns. Granada, ut Brown ft
uo's wharf for Barcelona, ready-W P Hall.
Moselle (Bi), 299 tons. Lefeuvre," at Palmetto
wharf, fiom Cape de Voids, waiting-R Mure
ft co.
Waller. - ton?, Srinson. in Ashley River, for
l.frei pool. Inadine-R S Rhett ft Son.
Deland (Nor), t ns. Tullakscu; at Marshall's wharf,
from l'oi t Talbot, discharging-' riler.
Vinco (!?r), 438 ions, Bobsnn, at Vanderhorst's
wharf, rrom Liverpo 1, d scliarglug-Raveuel
ft co.
Emanuel (N'or). 215 tons, EhYTSCn, at Marshall's
wharf, nom Port Talbot, Eng, discharging
Order.
Caim.-i .Br), 780 tons. Patten, a* Central wharf,
for Cork and a Mai ket, luadlng-R Mure ft co.
BRIGS.
M C Roosevelt, - tons, Parker, in the stream,
for Boston, ready-Wm Roach ft co.
Prenta (Span pol), 147- toiip, Sansera, Ht Brown ft
co's wharf, tot Barceli na, loading-W P Hall.
Prudente (Span). - tons, Fout, at Brown ft co's
wharf, for C irtleuas, loading-W P Hail.
Catiiiadna (Span), - tons, Singara, at Brown ft
co'? wiitin, (rum Matanzas, just arrived-WP
Hall.
Flora (Br?. 350 tons. Millford. In the Stream, from
New York, wailing-Punt Bros ft co.
Prothusa (Br). - tons. Bal!, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Rio de janeiro, discharging-W
P Hall.
SCHOONERS.
BN Hawkins, 369 ions, Wyatt, at Adger's wharf,
for Itosion. loading-W Coach ft co.
Nancy Smrh. 442 inns, Boyd, at Commerclat
Wharf for Gibraltar and ? Market, loading-C
N Hubert.
Willie Marlin, - tons, Noyes, in Ashley River, for
a poit In Cuba, loading-J A Eusiow ft co.
Neille F Burgess, - tons, Burgesa, at N E rail?
road wharf, for New York, ready-Wm Reach
ft co.
J W Allen, - tons, Doane, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Boston, loading-W Roach A co.
Wm Denning, 179 tons Cook, at Brown A co's
wharr, liom Demerara, discharging-W P
Had.
Charlotte Piso, 234 ton8,WUlUms. in Ashley River,
H 0 Fay, 188 tons, Parsons, ta Ai?ley River, ior
Baltimore, ioadnsr-Street Bros & co. .
DanGlflord, -tons,Terrell, at Commercial whan,
for New ruiean?, loading-Street Bros A co.
Georgetta, 141 tons, Lord, st Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-WRoach A co.
John S Lee, 289 tons,Van Gilder, ot Central wharf,
?from Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker
A co.
Sea Queen, - tons, Rosebrook, at Robb's MM,
for Baltimore, loading-J A Enslow A co.
EAL Maris, 271 tons, Marts, at Central wharf
from BostoD, discharging-H F B iker * co.
Margaret C Lyons. 314 tons. Smith, In the Stream,
irom Portland, Me. Just arrived-Mast er.
Cynosure, tons. Piukham, at Union wharf.
from-. B Tacos, discharging-Paid, Welch A
Brandes.
LIST OF VESSELS . .
Ur, CLEARED AND SAILED 50R THIS PORT.
F o R "?l G N .
L?TEnrOCtL. .
The Beltlste. Nielsen, sailed....'.Dec 22
CARDIFF.
The Drenpner, Ingoldson, sailed.Dec 25
POHT TALBOT. .
Br bark Ansdell, Pearce, satLed.Dec 28
CALLAO.
Fr bark Intimes. Ceraot. Bailed.Oct 16
ST. JOHN'S, N. B.
Br ship Kate Troop, crocker, sailed.Jan 1
ST. THOMAS.
Spanish brig Carraqncna. Pages, sailed.Jan 2
NASSAU, N. P.
Sehr "Wonder, Armstrong, cleared.Jan 7
D O ll E S T I C .
S?STOJ".
Sehr Fawn. Mczatlln.Jan 10
Sehr A Blalsdeil, GartJeld. up.Dec 27
- . SK? VOhS.
Sehr M', rover. Brown, cleared.Jan 23
Sehr Florence Rogers. Sheppard, np.Jan 23
sehr David Currie. Harret, cleared.Jan 24
Sehr Mary C Frye; Pendleton, cleared.Jan 17
BALTIMORE.
Steamship Maryland. Johnson, cleared....Jap21
Sehr H C Sh'.ppiird, Clark, up.Jan" 4
Sehr Ida Richardson, Bedell, cleared.Jan 17
Sehr Palma, Rankin, cleared.,.Jan 20
.-chr Albert- Thomas, Rose, cleared..,.Jan 22
eniLAPRLPBIA.
Sehr A M Gaskill, Gaskin, up.Jan 16
I Sehr Marv E Femerlck, Dosey, cleared.Jan 17
Sehr E BEvernian. Lloyd, up.Jan 20
NEW ORLEANS.
Brig Margaret, Johnson, cleared.......Jan 7
Sehr D B Everett. Hooper, up.Jau 4
PORTLAND, M.?.
Sehr MC LyomvSmtth. cleare>>.Jon 17
BOCKrORT. ME.
Sehr W U Thorndike, Hall, to sail..Jan 17
?ailtoa?5;_
CHER AW AND DARLINGTON RAIL?
ROAD COMPANY.
SCPERINTF.NDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CitERAW, S. C.. January 21,1871. J
. On-and af:er MONDAY next, the 23d instant, the
following Schedule will be run by the trains on
Ibis Road :
DOWN TRAIN.
Leave Cheraw nt.6-45 A. M.
Leave Cash's nt.7:15 A. M.
Leave Society Hill at.7:50 A. M.
Leave Dove's, at.8:35 A. M.
Leave Da: inirion at.9:10 A. M.
Arrive at Florence at.10 A.M.
. UP TRilN.
Leave Florence at..6 P. M.
Leave Darlington at.6:50 P. M.
Leave Dove's at..'...7:30 P. M.
Leave S-clety Dill at.8:10 P. M.
Lenveca-h'sat.8:45 P. M.
Atnvc at.Cheraw nt.9tlft P- M.
These trains make close connections nt Florence
with Hip trains to and from Charleston, and to
and from Ringville.
Passengers for Wilmington and the Not th will
remain at Florence from io A. M. uutil 5:45 P. M.
S. S. SOLOMONS. Superintendent
93- Marlon. Sumter. lurlington. Cheraw,
Kingstree, Manning, and Wadesboro' papers wUl
copy._Jan23
J^ORTHEASTEEN RAILROAD.
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. )
NORTHEAVTKKN ItAlLROAD COMPANY, >
CHARLESTON, S. C., January 21,1871. J
On and arter MONDAY, the 231 Instant, th . fol?
lowing schedule will be run by the Trains on this
Road : vj
DAY EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.12 M.
Arrive at Florence.5.20 P. M.
Leave Florence.10.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.3u P. M.
NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston. 6 30 P. M.
Arrive at Fioreuce.-.1L4S P. M.
Leave Florence. 2.0D A. M.
Arrive at Cha/lestuu.7.30 A. M.
There will be no Train leaving Charleston at
6.30 I'. M. on SUNDAYS, nor any orrlve at 7.30 A.
M. on MONDAYS.
The D.ty ExpressTraius makeclose connections
with the Trains to and from the Cheraw aud Dar
llucton Railroad.
Both Trains make close connections at Florence
willi thc Through Trains to and Irom Northern
Culos. S. Sj. SULOMONS,
Jan21_ Engineer and Snperintenrtent.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAl .
VICE-PRESIDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHARLESTON. S. C.,January IS, 1871. J
On and after SUNDAY, January 22, the Passen?
ger 1'raius on 'nc soutu - r .una Railroad will
ru:, as follows:
?OR AUGUSTA.
Leave Chariest on.12.50 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta. g. 15. P. M.
F03 COLUMBIA.
Leave Cnarlestou. s.20 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia. 3.40 P. M.
F03 CHARLESTON.
Leave Augusta. 7.40 A. M.
Arrive ar Charleston. 3.20 P. M.
Leave Columbia.12.15 P. M.
Arrrlvc at Charleston. 7.60 P. M.
ACOLVTA NiUHT KXTREiS.
(Sundays excepted.)
Leave CliArtestnn. 8.30 P. M
Arrive a? Amrusta.7.05 A. M.
Leave Augusta. 8.50 P. ii.
Arrive at Charleston. 5.40 A.M.
COLUMBIA NiOHT EXrHESS.
.Sundays excepted.)
Leave Chartc-ton. 7.10 P. M.
Arrivent Columbia.6.00 A. M.
Leave Coiumu.i. 7.50 P.M.
Arrive at Charleston. 6.46 A. IL
SUMMERVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charlaston.4.30 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville..6.00 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston. 8.15 A. M.
CAMDEN 3R.VNCH.
Leave Camden. O.EOA. M.
Arrive at Ringville...-. 1.20 P.M.
Loave Ringville. 2.30 P.M.
Arrive a: camden. 6.00 P. M.
JanlO_A. L. TYLER, Vice-President.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON KAIL
ROAD.
PASSENGER TRAINS ou this Road "run dally a*
follows:
Leave Charle-tto.S.30 A. M.
Arrive .it Savannah.MOO P. M.
Leave Savannah._ll.15 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.6.^0 P. M.
Connects at Sa vanna li xtUh the Atlantic A Gul;
Railroad for Jacksonville, st. Augustine, and an
points i:i Florida.
Wita Central Railroad 'or Marou, Atlanta, Mo?
bile. New Orleans and the West.
With Steamboats for points on the Savannah
River.
At Charleston with the Northeastern and South
Carolina Railroads, and Steamships for all points
North and West.
Through Tickets over this line on sale at Hotels
in Charleston; Screveu Home, Savannah; aud all
principal Ticket offices North and South.
Freights forwarded dally to and from Savan?
nah and all points beyond.
Through Bills of Lading Usued to Jacksonville,
Palatka. Ac.
Tarirr as low as by any other line.
C. S. GADSDEN,
oct5 Engineer and Superintendent.
"Scales.
pRICES REDUCED.
SPI sf2
m4 vi fe ? i ^
?S^?fiSP CO S 3
FAIRBANKS di CO.,
No. .'52 Broadway. New York.
No. 166 Ballimore street, Baltimore.
No. 58 Camp street, New Orleans.
FAIRBANKS, BROWIf & CO.,
No. 118 Milk street, Boston.
For sale by leading Hardware Beaters,
octis-ftuamos
Slipping.
pOE LIVE R P O O L .
Tuc British Ship MUSCONGCS, John Gov- ^Ji
er, Master, having.a portion o? her cargoes
engaged, will have dispatch.
Jan?O_ RAVENEL * COL
F
OR GENOA
The British Brig FLORA, Milford, Mas
ter, having.nearly ail her cargo engaged.!_
wants 300 bales to complete same. For Freigut
room, apply to HUNT BROS. A CO.,
jan24 Atlantic Wharf.
J! O R LIVERPOOL.
The First-class British Bari T?MURI, ?xkt
Campbell, Master. SOI
For Frelsrht engagements, apply to
janie R.T. WALKER/Boyce A Co.'s Wharf.
5?) ipa i nu.
F
OE NEW YOKE.
[ON SATURDAY, JANUARY 28, AT 12
O'CLOCK M.]
OLD LINK SJ KW VORK ARD CHARLES?
TON STEAMSHIPS.
ESTABLISHED 1 34 5.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT DECK, STATE-ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Wheel Steam?
ship CHAMPION, R. W. Lockwood, Commander,
will leave Adger'a Wharf as above.
93- Trough Bills of Lading given on Colton to
Liverpool at the following rates : Sea Islanded.;
Upland X?. ..,
For Freight or Passage, apply to M
JAMES ADOER A CO., Agents.
.The CHARLESTON follows on TCISDAY, 31st, at
2 o'clock P. M._Jan 25-4 fl
rjHROUGH BILLS LADING TO
BALTIMORE PHILADELPHIA, BOS?
TON, BREMEN,
AND THE CITIES OF THE NORTHWEST.
The Une Steamship MARYLAND, ?gtt??k
Johnson, Commander, will sall for Bnl-JSfUlBK
timor? on SATURDAY, 28th January; ai 5 o'eieck
P. M.
Mg- PhUadelphla Freights forwarded to that
city by raUroad from Baltimore without addi?
tional insurance, arid Consign?es are allowed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Goods from
the Railroad Depot tn Philadelphia.
The NORTH POINT will foBow on the 3d or 4th
of February. .
PAUL 0. TREN HOLM, Agent,
Jan28-3 _No. 3 Union Wnarvea.
jp 0 R PHILADELPHIA.
THE REGULAR STEAM UNE-WEEKLY.
The Iron Sorew Steamship
VIRGINIA.,
HUNTER, Commander,
WiU be dispatched for Philadelphia on
SATURDAY, 28th of January, at 12?
M.. from Brown's North Wharf.
S3"Through BUls Lading will be Issued to Boa
ton. - ^ ,
For Freight engagements or passage, having
. good cabin accommodations, apply to . -
t WM. A. COURTENAY,
Jan24-tuthfs4_No. 1 Union Wharf.
pACIFIO MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPI'S
THROUGH LINE TO 1 '
CALIFORNIA, CHINA AND JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of thc above line leave Pier
No. 42. North River, foot of Canal:
street. N*w York, at 12 o'clock noon, of ,the 4th
and 20th of every mouth (except when these
dates fallon Sunday, then the saturday preced
lng.
Departure or the 20th conuect at Panama with
steamers for South Pacwc and Central American
ports. Those of 4th touch at Manzanillo.
Steamship AMERICA leaves San Francisco for
lar.an and China February 1, UTI,
No California steamers touch at Havana, but
go direct from New York to Aspluwa?.
One hundred pounds baggage tree zo each adult.
Medicine and attendance free.
For Passage Tickets or other information apply
at the COMPANY'S TICKET OFFICE, on the
wharf root of Canal street, North River, New
York. Fi R. BABY, Agent.
juiylO-lyr_
R F LORIDA,
TWICE A WEEK.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, JACKSON?
VILLE. PILATKA AND ALL POINTS ON
THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, Captain
George E. McMillan, will sail from,_
Central Wharf "for above points every ITKSDAT
EVENING, at S o'clock, arriving back at CharM>
ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 o'clock.
The Steamer CITY POINT. Captain D. B. Vin?
cent, will saU from Central Wharf fer above points
every FRIDAY EVENING, at 8 o'ciock?arrlvmg
back at Charleston WsdNXSDAY AFTERNOON, at S
o'clock.
octio . RAT EN EL A CO.. Agents.
^TEEKLY LINE TO SAVANNAH.
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING. BEAUFORT, HILTON
HEAD, SAVANNAH. DA RIEN AND
BRUNSWICK, C.v.
The favorite Steamer
ELIZA HANCOX,
Captain L. W. -Bras,
will receive Freight nt South Allan- , ^
tlc wnarf for above noiui.s evervoii???LJK
TUESDAY, and leave on every WEUNKSDAY MORN*
INO, at 7 o'clock, arriving at Savannah the same
evening, and leaving for Barten, Ac, ihe follow?
ing morning. Returning, wd) leave Savannah for
Charleston every MONDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
For Freight or nasaape, applv to
.RA YEN EL, HOLMES A CO.,
septo_No. 177 Eust Bay.
JpOR SAVANNAH VIA PACLFJC LAND
1NO AND BEAUFORT.
The feat Failing Steamer PILOr _ T1T?L
.DOV. Captain J. w. sly, will ;eave ???gSSffi
Ceutral Wharf Tor above places eveiy AIWNDAY
MORNING, ai s o'clock.
RETURNING,
The PILOT BOY will leave Savannah every
TUESDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock. Beaufort and Pa?
ne Landing same day. J. D. AIKEN A CO.,
nov29_Agents. Central Wharf.
JpOR BEAUFORT AND PACIFIC LAND?
ING. FENWICK'S ISLAND. COFFIN'S POINT,
PORT ROYAL RAILROAD WHARF. PARIS
ISLAND LANDING. STATION CREEK, ^
AND OTHER LANDINGS WHEREIN- ^
DCCEMENTS ARE OFFERED.
The steamer PILOT BOY. Captain _ -.IT11??^
J. W. Sly. will null for above polnia^HffiBC
every THURSDAY MORNING, at *. o'clock, anti when
inducements offer will touch at any of the above
Landings. _
RETURNING,
Will leave Beaufort on FKJDAY WORKING, touch- *
lng at Pacific Landing. J. D. AIKEN A Co.,
"<>v-9_ Agents.
pOR FORT SUMTER.
The steamer POCOSIN, Captain W. _ "ff-*??^
H. Gannon, will je.ive as above??Mri&b
every TUESDAY, THURSDAY arid SATURDAY, at ii
o'clock, from Market Wharf, root or Market street.
Returning at a quarter-past 2o'clock.
j?n25-lmo JTH.MURRAY, Agent.
iHisEeliancons.
JOSEPH W. HARRISSONS,
ARTIST'S SUPPLY. PAINT AND OIL STORE,
No. 62 QUEEN STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
Patent Thier Detecting (Alarm) MONEY DRAWER.
Jau2-mwramo3_
JAMES MCCONKEY,
PAINTER AND DECORATOR.
Orders received at A. 0. BARBOT'S Drug
Store, No. 48 Broad street._ j an24-imo
^fAENEE'S IODOFORM
AND IRON PILLS.
For sale by - DR. H. BAER, i
J?"1* No. m Meeting street,- *

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