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Sxporta of th? Wee* ??ding KefrTy 16.
LrvxsPOOL-Per bark Walter-175 bags sea Isl?
and and 73? bales upland cotton, S50 tons phos
skate rook....Per Br bark sabra Moses-lil bags
?a island and 1970 bales upland cotton, 212 saoks
cotton seed, 280 tons, phosphate rock.Per Br
bark Yamuti-121 bags sea island and 1257 bales
ap lane cotton, ss sacks cotton seed, 130 tons phos?
Ax8TBRDAM-Per Br bark Rio de la Plata-2027
bales upland cox ton.
DOMESTIC. ; *
BOSTON-Per sehr Fawn-560 bales upland cot?
ton, GO tons iron, 35 bales regs, and 15 tons cotton
Nsw YORX-Per steamship Champion-131 baga
sea island and 1230 bales upland cotton, 27 bales
domestics, 170 tierces rice, 290 sacks cotton seed,
103 empty bbls, 228 empty carboys, and 70 pkgs
sonarles.....Per steamship Charleston-84 bags
sea Island and 692 bales upland cotton. 172 tierces
rice, 83 bales domestics, 52 pkgs sundries.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Virginia- 60 tes
rice, 814 bales cotton, 516 bbls ro.-ln, 139 bales do?
mestics, 61 ti rads and bales hides and iron, 34 pkgs
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-524 bales
cotton, 198 tes rice, 79 bales 'domestics and yarns.
25 casks clay, 3 hhds and l bale hides and sun?
dries..Per sehr John S Lee-200 tons phos?
phate rock, 60,000 feet flooring boards.
The Charleston Market.
VOR THX WHKK ENDING THURSDAY, Fr. BF. CA KY 16.]
Tua CEO ra.-The weather has been unsettled
during much of the past week, with considerable
rain, and arti te unfavorable for field work, closing
olear and mild. There is some diversity of opinion
in reference to the amount of cotton to be plant
ed the coming spring, and while some sections
win, from necessity, be compelled to pay more at?
tention to provisions, and consequently lessen
the cotton area, others promise to put an average
crop of this article m the ground. The planting
season wi') be watched with more than usual in?
terest, as the country wi lr be thrown on Its own
resources toa greater degree than any year since
the war, and also as' indicating the capacity to
raise the staple at present Agu res.
THE RKCBITTO.-The arrivals at the cotton ports
for the week np to Friday last were large, and
were 161,096 bales against 164,482 bales the week
before, and 98,614 bales for the contrasting period
mst year. At New Orl?ans the receipts were 67,
660 bales, against 61,801 bales the week of the
year, before. The total supplies at the cotton ports
from September l, 1870, up to the latest mali dates
were 2,601,908 bales, and 1,924,486 bales the year
prevlous, showing an increase of 577,423 bales.
The receipts at the chief Southern marketa from
September 1, 1870, np to the latest telegraphic ln
tehlgence, were as follows, as compared with last
Hew Orleans, February 15. 882,261 757,233
Mobile, February 15. 313,395 237,153
Savannah, February 16.....674,261. 374,379
Chark*ton, February 15....263,325 I82j209
Texas, February 16.142,391 14?\740
Vlrgrnla, February 16.228,768 158,740
North Carolina, Februar? 16. 66,636 . 44,757
V-The receipts of cotton at the chief Southern
centres from February 9 to the I5tb, 1871, inclu?
sive, as reported by telegraph, were as follows.
This Includes all points bnt overland:
Feb 9...4877.Feb 10. 16,8761
Feb ll.8120.Feb 18 .24,266 V 57,508
Feb 14.........?043.Feb 15....4416J
Feb 9.1866.Feb 10....16841 ?
Feb ll.6118.Jab IA...5195 r 18,905.
Feb 14.8876...Feb 16.... 273j
Feb 9.4139.Feb 10....26861
Feb ll..8846..Teb ?3?. ...6788 S 22,297
Feb 14.........3077........Feb 16... .2924J
Feb9.......:..1616..:....Feb. 10.... 830V
Feb ll.1276...Feb 13....1964 i 8,123
Feb 14.1044....Feb 15....1609 J
Feb 9..1272.Feb 10.... 1168)
Feb ll.2428.Feb 18... .1074 V 8,308
Feb 14. 749.-..Feb 15....1709 J
Feb?.I486.Feb 10. ..2454)
Feb ll.2276.Feb 13... .3268 [ 12,809
Feb 14.1922.Feb 15....1455 J
Feb?.... 188.Feb 10.... 164)
Feb ll.126.Feb 13.... 878 1- 1,52?
Feb 14. 887.Feb 16.... 846J
The supplies for tbe corresponding week last
year were 96,424 bales. 1
The stock of the article in sight at the latest
dates waa aa follows:
BtOOkln Liverpool.bales. 610.000 852,000
Stock m London.... 75,322 109,593
Stock in Glasgow.'............ 300 .?* 300
Stock In Havre-. 44.700,. 85.450
Stock in Marseilles. 6.6C0 6,100
Stock m Bremen.5,506 -4.590
Stock rest of Continent-... 26,030 85,060
Afloat tor Great Britain (Amer?
ican).....-.?i?ua* ? 879,000 177,000
Afloat for France (American
and Brazil'. 1,818 32,149
Total indian cotton afloat for <. ?
Europe.Bf*. 89.107 103,899
Stoqk m United States porta.. . 651,169 539,551
Stock in Inland toww".. SfP '-129,068 103,836
. Total.. 2,017,082 >,5?,B7*
Increase of cotton to sight..... 456,204
Tho receipts at thia port tor the past week were
684 bags of sea islands and Floridas and 7544
bales of uplands, against. 342 baga of sea islands
and Floridas and 9340 bales of uplands the week
previous, and 224 bags of sea Islands and Flori
dasaud 49?i-bales or uplands the week the rear
before; These arrival* have come as follows :
say of uplands, per South Carolina Railroad, Pil??
bales ; per Northeastern Railroad,-585 bales; per
Savannah and Charleston Railroad, 133 bal.*;
Ed lato, 8; Cata o m'a Milt, 89 balsa; Georgetown,
10; Florida, 4; Savannah, IA Of sea islands, Chis
ol m'a Mill, 81 Toogoodoo, 2; Beaufort, as; Nona ?
eastern Railroad, 12; Florida, 890; Sd ls to, 48; Sa?
vannah, si. -
Tan COTTON MARKST.-The market for this
staple for the week under review has generally
been duU, win Blight ly fluctu?t in g Tates, but
showing a declining character. Prices in the
.foreign centre have teen st 7Xd, receding to 7x@
7>.'d V lb for middling uplands. At Sew York
middling upl*od? ATOoed at 15Xc, Improved to
16X0, and de lined to. 15*c, while at tills port
they began at 14X?l4Xc, touched 14Xc, aud ral?
lied to ' 14X914X0 TV*- The .movements in the
article a: Liverpool aaa New York for this period
have been as follows : On Friday, February 10,
the termer waa daU,uplands' TXdj sales sooo
bales; the latter jgas a shade easier at lo xo, sale* .
8350 bales. On Saturday the former was steady,
uplamls ?Xd, sales lo.ooo bales; the latter closed
stronger at l?xc, sales ?ooo bales. On Munday the
former was duh, uplands 7Xd; sales ia, ooo bales;
the latter waa heavy at 15X0, sales 5966 bales
On Tuesday the former was'quiet, uplands 7>;@
TXd, sales 10,006 balas; the latter was dull at
15X0, sales 2GOO bales. On Wedn esday the former
tras dull, with.a downward tendency, uplands
*X@7-X*r sales 10,000 bales; the latter was dull
and weak at 16Xe? sales' 4410 biles. Yesterday
from the former there was no dispatches; the
latter was dall and heavy, and lower to selL
Thesales and prices'at tnfc'point f?r the week
were aa tallawa: On Friday, February loth, the bet
ter qualities were somewhat higher, while ethers
, were unchanged ; sales 1000 balee ;'ord 1 nary to good
ordinar^ttelugquoted at 12X?l5Jie, low middling
14@!4)?c middling 14X914X0, strict middling
14X@al4Xo ? m. On Saturday the market was
quiet aud weak, and towards the close, ia some
oases, declined Xe * ?; sales soo bales ;. ordinary
to good ordinary being quoted at l2X@l3,Jio.
low middling 14c, middling 14,\i?uxc, atrlet
middling. 14X?14X0 V ?. On Monday ?ne oet
terquatities were he'd firmly in cons?quence of
8csioltrrwhUe others were in favor of buyers;
sales 800 bales; ordinary to good ordinary being
Quoted at .i2X@i3.iie, low middling He, mid?
dling 14XC, atrlct talddling 14X914XC H lb.
On Tuesday the better grades were firmer, others
doll and weak; ?ales ooo bales; ordinary to
good ordinary being quoted at l2X@l3X.c, low
mlddiiDgijic mid(B*s? ztx^nxc strict mid
diing lMtf?Sbi 04 Wednesday the higher qual?
ities continued, strong and the. other s weak; sales
600 bafe^ o^rcinarr to good urdlnary being quoted
At 12X^>1S?O, low middling .14c,' mlddUagl4.^c,
strict JBj^oTmg j4jt^?, J^.y; Yesterday the mar?
ke- was quiet and dull, good-grades mata faining
con-lderaltbiateadlnesa while .others were rather
In buyer-Muvor. saiea^rfeun-B?Artales, say 10 at
12. 10 at 12X. 58 at 12,'9* at 13X. 35 at 1SX, 25 at
?sjj? 46 a* lsx; n at 14,78 at MX, no at 14X? 200
at 14 1616, 65 at 14X, -86at 14X. 15 at 14?, 47 at
14X, 13 at UX. 16-at 16C. We quote:
, LIVSRfO?L CLASSIFICATION.
Gremrary to good ordmarv......i2*i?18>i
SBA ISLAND COTTON_The arri vals of tal
ty or th? article for theweek just closed v
bags of sea Islande and Florida?, against
week before, and 224 for the same time I
som The market bas exhibited a good <
for nearly all Qualities at well sustained
with transactions amounting to about ec
much the larger portion toing Floridas;
the sales wire, say of Carolinas S s aw ginne
ed at iso, 2 at 20,1 at 28,33 at 33, 30 at 40,
ed at 45, S at 50, 24 at 55,13 at 58, 3 at 60, 8
at 63,17 at 70, 7 at 75, 6 at 85, 6 at 90, 6 at S
.fl H Bs; of Floridas 3 sawginned at 15c, 30
32 at 36, 4 at 37, 2 at 38, 187 at 40, 9 at 43, '.
4 at 46, 10 at 47, 25"at 48,17 at 50, 2 at 52, 7 :
at 55, 9 at 56c. We quote Carolinas comm*
@G0c, medium 60@67, good G8@75, flue an
Hue at 80c?$l fl lb and upwards. Florid
be quoted at 35@40c fi lb for common, 40
good, and 48@55 and upwards for One BU<
RICE -The receipts of Carolina rough ha
limited, and were probably less .than
bushels for thia period. The market rnWex
a strong character, with a disposition to vi
rates, factors holding the moderate stoc:
much firmness. The transactions for thl
were about 1000 tierces of clean Carolina,
which were 40 tierces at 7 3 l6c, 6 at 7.1?,
7>?. 144 at 7 916, 898 at 7J?, 50 at 7 11-16,
713-16, 78 at 7H710 at 8c ft ?. We quote ct
to fair clean Carolina at 7@7>ic; go
NATAL STORES.-Tho arrivals under thli
were light, say about - bbls Tor this ]
The transactions have been moderate a
prices. Among the Bales werex73 bbls
turpentine at 46@47c, 9 bbls extra No. 1 rc
$3 25, "66 bbls No. 1 at $3, ll bbl9 low No
$2 40, 40 bbls low No. 1 at $2 25,45 bbls ex 11
2 at $215, 85 bbls extra No. 2 at $210, 63 bb
and opaque at $2, let bbls No. 3 at $2, 12
Noa. 2 a nd-3 at' fl 90?2.
HAY.-There have been no arrivals of th;
eic. The market has been quiet with only :
jobbing trade at?$V76?l 89 fi hundred for
River qt?dl?ee*^. ?% j | J J % j
CORN.-The receipts have been to a fair e
and were about 30,000 bushels from Baltimor
folk and Tennessee. The transactions havi
partly for the supply of the tocal trade at
Si 12?115 ft bushel, weight, sacks include
jobbing lots of prime white Maryland. Als
following wholesale transactions: 32:o bi
mixed white at si 07 fi bushel, 1000 bushels
white at $1 io fi bushel, a lot of mixed nt $
1 07, und good white at $1 03@110 fl bush
weight, sacks Included.
OATS.-This article has been received in a
erate way, say about 3000 bushels for this
The business has been of a limited chan
and retail lots may be quoted at about 80?3
bushel, weight, sacks Included. About 3600
els were Bold hi sacks at 76@76c fi bushel, .
PEAS.-Limited lots are coming to han
rall, and "cluj" are In demand at $2 3 bush?
FLOUR.-rae market Jot this article ha3
hi h i ted firmness, with a Ugh; supply of i
qualities. Southern and Western fine
be quoted at $6?6 25 fi barrel, super at ?6
ig>7 25 v barrel, extra at $7 75@58'26 fl ba
family at $11 75?$9 25 fi barrel." " Southern
scrip tl ohs are in moderate stock, "and" super
be quoted at $S75@$7 25 ft barre), extra at ?
@SS 25 fl barrel, family at ?s 58?$9 50 fi tia
and extra family at $9 50@$10 fi Darrel. . ,
' BACON.-^rirae meat Ls In moderate steck, \
a lim'.ted7demand. Prime smokedshbtttders' 1
be quoted at n>??ii??c fi ?, prime smoked c
rib sides at 13>?@13??C fi lb, salted shoulder
lo@loxe, and long clear sides at I2@l2?c fl
VEGETABLES AND FRUIT.-irish potatoes ar?
demand for seed purposes and for consumpt
and Pink Eyes may ba quoted at $4 25?i 6<
bbl; Goodrich at $4 50 ft bbl.; Peach Blow
$4 75@3 fi bbl.; Jackson whites at $4 fl i
Onions are nominal; market bare of a snp?
Apples are generally interior io quality, and n
be quoted gt $5 60?6 50 fl bbl, Oranges se!
S3 60 fl hundred for West India. Bananas, m
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-The stocks are mo
rate, but good to prime grocery sugars may
quoted at lix@12c fi lb. New Orleana molas?
prime may be quoted at 66@70c ft gallon. Prl
Louisana sugar ls held at ll?12c, fair at r
BUTTER AND LARD.-There Is a fair stock
prime'Goshen. .We qi?tc gool to prime at 3
45c fl Jttf Wotto prime 29?30o fi lb g Weste
and (pier fewer grates sell from 2J?joc fr :
.country aT2S?80c ft t?ta?4n quality.-bardia
filr Supply, and ls held at I4@15c fi lb.
SAW:-Jobbins farrels of Liverpool - receiv
direct may be quoted at $1 5?@i co fi sack.
IRON BANDS AND TIBS for cotton, or th? mc
approved patterns^ are o ?reved ou. thc market
e@"c fi lair -. 3>[ 32 VV
INDIA BAOOINO.-There lt but little Inquiry I
this article. We quote 22?23/ft yard, nomtn
! TIMBER AND LOU BB?.-The market for this ai
cle ls quiet; We quote timber for milling purpos
from $6?LO.. Shipaiog timber, &iQ?jj^ Brig
lumber, good merchantable, from. ch/::milis, ?
to size, fro rd t\8?22ft M by the" cargo; tumo
per rall, S13?15; river lumbar, ,$10@12; dress
lumber,?22?25, N v
FRflitrUTtk-To Liverpool, by steam direct non
nat on uplands ; via New York, xd on upland!
w@rj? on sea islands; by sall 7-idd. on upland
?id on sea islands, with a armer feeliuf
To Havre nominal. ~ Ooastwlse - to New Yor
by steam Xe on uplands and lc on s<
islands; $2 ft tierce oh rice; by sall/xc W?c
eotton;-*f? tierce on rice; 40c ft barrel c
rosto; $7?$8-fl M on lumber; $9?TO fl Mon tm
ber. - To Boston, by sail, xe ft lb on tipian
cotton. To'Providence, by sall, $3 00 ft M o
boards, Xe ft lb on cotton ; by kt??tnr Si ft bale ?
New York rates. To Phu?tfelphla; by-stean
Kc ft lb on- uplanda; by sall. 57 ft M on board!
(O oa timber; $8 ft ton on clay, and $3?3?oc
phosphates. To Balt-lmore by steam, Xe ft II
by sall, Sd 50?7 ft M on ooards; $3?3 25 fi to
ou phosphate rock. Vessels are lu demand t
our merchants to take lumber freights., frot
GeorgetowmrS.' C. Jlar?eh ??dS?tfil? RiveV, G?
and Jacksonville, Fla.," to Northern" ports, an
S?0W12 ft M are rotes on lumber and boards*
DOiiESTtc ExCKANhE*.-The"banks are"purchai
mg sight checks on New v-irk ot off; fix
days X off; 10 day31 off; 15 days ^"orff 30 day
-; co days -. They are seuing sight, checks.^
paV. * J^. . "# " . .'
EXCUAXSE-STXKLINO BILLS.-The rate ycstei
day wai 2O09pjft for 80 <lay blUs> j i '.. ,
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying a
10 and selling at Hjfa : . ? ?
Markets by Telegraph.
* 1 MOSEY MARKETS.
NEW YORK, February -is-Noan.-Stocka heavj
and dull. G<dd steady at II?.- .Money easy at I
percent. fixonaoge, long 9X : short io1.,; si xe
si; registered 14; coupons 14; Blxty-tw os regis
Evening. - Money ' steady 'at 4a5. Sterling
steady. Cold lOJiall. Governments very dui!
and unchanged, ."southerns nomina*. South Car?
olinas rai her strong. Tennessee* 64X; new same.
Virginias 65; new SOX- Louisianas o3,::: new Ol.
levees 72: eights 84. Alabamas 99; fives 07.
Georgias -si'i;-sevens ss. North Caroiiuas 48;
new 2o. South Carolinas 73; new 59.
NEW ORLEANS, February 16.-?terliug 21 .'4.
Sight X discount. Gold ll.
LivE/.i'O 'L, February 16.-Noon.-Colton dall,
w.tn a downward tendency; uplands ;xa?Xd;
Orleans,7j?:i75?d- Official report says the market
ls flat; uplands 7 Orleans sale? of mid
?il?? afloat nearly due 7lid, from Mobile.
NKW YORK, February 16-Noon.-Cotton dull;
sales lujo bales; middling uplands ISjjfc? Orleans
15V- Market nominally lower to seli.
Evening.'-Obtton Irregular and duli; 3ales 2S00
bales, nominally 15c.
BOSTON, February 16.-Cotton dull; middlings
I6??al5>?c; net receipts 177 bales; gross 1070
bales: sales 500 bales; stock 6500 bales.
RALTIMORR. February 16.-Cotton unchanged;
middlings i4Jie; gross receipts 275 balts; sales
385 bales; stock 14.008.
NORFOLK. February 16.-Cotton quiet; low mid?
dling .net receipts 1823 bales; exports
cou-twiss 3463 bales; aales 200 bales; stock S469
WiLMiNeTON. February 10.-Cotton quiet; mid
dli-tKs i,c; net reeelpts 322 bales; sales 120; stock
AoousTA, February 16.-Co-ton market quiet,
willi light offerings; sales 512 ba et; receipts 590: .
SAVANNAH, Februarr 16.-Cotton drm; rald
dlmga i4Xc; UH receipts 3383 bales: exports to
Oreat Britain 3434; to Continent 150+; coastwise
1104; sales lsio; stock 102.134.
MOBILE, February 16.-Cotton dall; middlings
14c; net receipts 972 bales; exports coastwise ifi2?:
sales soo; stock 84,918.
GALVESTON. February 16.-Cotton steadv; good
ordinary IllfalSke; net receipts. 1721 !>a*les; ex?
ports to Great Britain 1276; coastwise 492; sales
2Q0O; stock 62,008.
NEW ORLEANS, February i6.-Ootton dull and
heavy; mwdrlngs 14Xal4Xc; net receipts 7216
bales; grafts receipts 7686; exports to Bremen
2562; to Genoa 2769; to Malaga 520; Barcelona 640;
sales 9100; stock 281,787.
PROVISIONS AND PRODUCK MARKTS.
NEW YORK, February IQ,-Noon.-Flour dull
and drooping. Wheat quiet and unchanged. Corn
dull and unchanged. Pork dull at $22 76a22 87.
Lard quiet at 13'^al3Jic. Turpentine Arm at 52a
62XC. Rosin dull at $2 50 for strained. Freights
quiet. . ,
Evevlng.-Flour, Southern heavy and lower;
common to good extra $685a7 ?; good to choice
57 40a8 75. w hiskey lower, 93c. Wheat lc lower,
winter red and amber Western $1 58al 62. Corn
quiet, 83aS6c. Pork heavy, $22 82. Beer steady.
Lard firm, 13Xal35?p- Turp?n Une firm, 62a52Xc
Ro3ln dull, strained $2 60. Tallow steady. Freights
very firm; cotton, by steam, 516&%.
BALTIMORE, February 16-Flour active but
weaker. Wheat lu better feeling but not qaotaoly
higher. Corn-white Southern 85c; yellow 81c.
Pork $23 SJ. Shoulders lotfc. Whiskey 93c.
.CINCINNATI, February 17.-Flour Arm and la
fair demand. Corn In ralr demand at rall prices.
Mess dull and drooping; Torced salea at $22; asked
$22 25. Lard In light demand and holders Arm.
Bacon dull and drooplna; shoulders 9>*c; clear
aides 12a WMsXey steady at 87c.
ST. Louis, Februarv 16.-Breadstuff* unchang?
ed. Pork lower, at $22 50. Bacon unchanged.
New York Rice Market.
From the Journal of Commerce. February 14:
For foreign the demand continues to be good, and
with small supplies rall prices are current. We.
quote 7&a8>ic, with salea or 100 tierces. In Rau
goon there is a ralr business doing, and with the
scarcity or domestic full prices are easily obtain?
ed. We notice sales or 650 bags at Ziic, gold, fbr
lots ia bond, and 7??c, currency, for lots duty
From the Daily Bulletin: The demand IB mod??
rete at the moment, but the stock receiving no
addition and holders quite firm at full former
rates. Sales or 30 tierces Carolina at 7&a8Jia
Rangoon moderately active, with sales or 150 bags
at 7a'7>iO. : , ...
From the World: The demand ls very ralr, with
stocks comparatively small; pri?es consequently
rule firm, and we'notice sales cf 50 casks Caroli?
na at 73ia8c, currency, and 500 bags Rangoon, for
home use, at 3,'?c, gold, in bond.
Norfolk Grain Market.
NORFOLK, February 14.-Prices- have ruled
very steadily through/the week, tbs fluctuations
not being more on any day than lc per bushel.
The sa^es of the week have been about 40 ooo bush?
els, at 82a83c ror white, 80a8lc tor mixed, and .8c
for yellow, at which we quote the market to-day.
owing to the bad. weather, there have been no
CORN MB AL-The market has not been very ac?
tive. Prices liuve ruled steadily at 95c Tor unbolt?
ed, and $1 05 tv. bolted.
OATS.-The week's receipts have been 7600 bush
?is, all of which were sold at 66a57o.:. -The market
' Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON, February 16.-SPIRITS TURP?N
TrNE-Salesof257 casksat 47?c per gallon for
Southern packages, and 60 casks, city distilled, at
ROSIN.-Sale? of on'y 178 bbls reported at $2 for
strained; $2 25 for No. 2 and $3 to ror No. 1.
CRUDE TURPENTINE.-Sales of 137 bbls at $3 25
ror sort and $210 ror bard. - ?
TAR,-Sales or 120 bbls at $l 60 per bbl-in
COTTON.-Sales or 181 bales as rollowa: 4 baleB at
12>?, so at 13A?, 8 at 13K and 9 at 140 per pound.
We quote: Ordinary 12c; good ordinary 13; low
middlings 13>;c; middling 14c.
Interior Cotton.Markets. v .
CHARLOTTE, February44.T-Sa1ea lighrto-day,
we contlune former quotations, 10>? to tftfc ex?
tremes. Market quiet and Juli.
MACON, February 14.-Receipts t6l bales; ship?
ments 347 bales; eales S72 bales. The market quiet
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Comparative Exports ofCotton ami Klee
from tltc Port of Charleston, from Sep
tniubar 1,1S70, to February 15, 1871.
Other Br. Ports
Totrl G. Britain
Other Fr. Ports
W. Indies, 4c.
Total F. Ports.
Bait. * Nr!Iolk
Tot'l Cse Pons
. 339 1921
LivERrooi.-Per Br bark Arbitrator-53 bags
sea island cotton, 1603 b iles upland cotton, 340
tons Phosphate rock, 600 bags cottonseed.
NEW YORK-Per steamship South Carollna-181
bnussea island cotton, 685 bales upland cotton,
"5? tierces rice, 414 bols rosin. 52. bales domestics,
7 bales hides, 70 pkgs sundrieB^..;..Perachr My
rover 336 Dales upland cotton. 23 casks rice, 1000
bat?s ?round phosphate, 301 bags cotton seed. 22
bbls cotton seed oil, io bbls whiskey, loo boxes
rice flour, 115 empty ale obis 50 casks kaolin clay,
7 flour and 1060 empty carboys. ..
BALTmoRE-Per steamship Cuba-Inward.|
Per steamer Argo, from Edlsto and Way Land
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L Beckett. J Eddings, O Bulley, Dr E J Hart, D S
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53toe bales uplands. Crom Mobile 2976 bales np.
hinds and burned 602; from Savannah 1772baga
sea Uland and 1401 balee up lan d, an d from Charles?
ton 3658 bags sea Uland and 1330 bales upland
the quantities received at those ports from Mo?
bile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Charl* ?ton Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, ^ yard
Gunny Cloth. 22 @ 23
New York Double Anchor, 44
inches, s^ths. ?
BALE ROPE, 9 lb
Western. 8 @ 12 Jt
Jute.? .. ?
BUTTER- Goshen. 30 ? 40
County. 26 ? 30
COTTON, li ft
? Ordinary to good ordinary.... 12?@ 13H
Low middling. 14 ?
Middling to strict middling... UX? UH
Good middling. ?
Sea Island..M.. ... .< 40 ? 1*26.;
COFFEE, ? ft
RIO.i. 16 9 1?
Java. . .. ? ..
Carolina Fertfilser.ll 2000 tts. ?0 00 ? .. '
Wan flo Fertilizer.each_ 50 00 ? ..
Time. 65 oo % ...
Double Refined Pondrette.80 00 @
Niles' Phosphate^.ss oo $
Peruvian Guano, V 2210 lbs...100 00 9,
Pacific Guano,? 2000 ms. cash, woo @
Time.60 oo &
Phoenix Guano.. 47 60 ?
BanghtoPfios., 92000 ms.cash 60 00 .<? .. r
Rhodes' Phosphate, V 2000 lbs 65 00 m)
Rhodes'Standard Manure (S65 . ..
time). 57 50 ? .( i
Orcluiio Guano ($40 time). 86 00 ?
Lana Plaster.v..... 18 00 ? 16 00
Mapcs' Super Phos. 9 2000 its. 65 00 ?
Woolston's Phosphate rrf Lime 65 00 ? ..
? WooiBton's Vege'or, 9 2000 ms 66 oo ?
Croasdale's Gen. Sno.PhoB. net 60 00 ?
Bowers'Complete Manure, net 60 00 @
Saniv'K PIIOB. Peruvian, cash. 65 oo @
Bardy'a Pacific Guano, cash... 60 00 ?
Pata?sco Guano. 65 00 ?
, E. Frank Co's Amnion lated
Bone Phosphate..;. ?o oo. ? . ..
Coe's Pure Dissolved Bone.... 62.00 ? ...
Whnnn'8 Superphosphate. 60 00 @ 70 oo'
Etlwan Guano, No l ($60 time) 64 oo @ " ..
: Etlwau Guano, No 2 ($60 time) 63 ob ? ..v.
' Zcll's Ammonlated Bone Phos- y i
phare($70 time). 60 CO ? .<
Russel Coe'a Ammonlated
Bone Superphospnate list) . . ^ . .. -
time).,.60 ??' A 'u...
Cotton Food, per t?n.60 00 ?,\ ". .,
wilcox, Gibba ?t Ca's Menlpu- . . tu ?
Fine-. 6 76 A* 6 25 -
Super.M. 6 76 ? -T 26
Northern and Western Extra. 7 75 ? 8 26 -
Baltimore Extra... . .. ?. v.*
Southern-Super... 6 76 @. 7 25
Extra. 1H ? 8 26 ..
. . , FamUy. 8 60 @ 10 00
GRXIK, 9 bnshel
Maryland Oats.75 ? 70
Western Oats... ? ? ..
Corn. 1 05 ? 116, ?
HAY, H cwt
North River. 1 75 ?. 1 80 '
LCMBER.'.?l ii feet
Clear-White Pine, ure: quality. 50 oo ? 05 o0
White Pine, good run. 88 00 ? 40 00
Yellow Pine. 20 00 ? 24 00- ?
Boards, roueh. 1100 ? 12 00 ;
Grooved and tongued 23 oo @ as oo f
MOLASSES. 9 gallon
Cuba. 33. ?. 26 .
Muscovado. U .?? 35
Sugar-house. 60 @ l oo
New Orleans. 66 ? 70 .
? NAVAL STORKS, 9 bbl
Pitch. ? ..
Rosin, pale. .. @ ..
Rosin-, No. 1. 2 40 ? 8 00
Roslu, No. 2. 2 05 ? "2 26
Rosin, No. a..... l oo ? 2 00
Spirits Turpentine, 9 gallon.. .46 @ 47
t rude Turpentine. @ -..
Bard Turpentine.'. .. ?
Oa?;um, ? rfc. 16 <g>
NAIIS-American 4@20d., ? keg 5 00 ? 7 00 ,
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6 00 ? ..J
Dupont's, F.F.F.... 6 00 ?
Dupont's. Blasting. 4 00 ?
PROVISIONS, 9 tt- . .
Bacon, Bama. 18 ? 22
Sides. 13>i@ TSJi"
Shoulders. 11X@ 11X
Lard, In keg. 14 & u
Butter. so 9 40X
Cheese. U ? 30
Potatoes, Irish, 9 bbl. 4 00 ?. 6 00
Sweet. 3 50 ? 4 00
Apples....v. 5 50 @ 6 60
Eggs.;., 20 ? 26
Poultry-Chickens, 9 doz.... 3 00 @ 4 00
Fowls, 9 doz. 6 00 ? 6 60 .
RICE, 9 lb-Carolina. 07 ? 08
East India. ?
SALT, 9 sack-Liverpool, coarse 1 60 ? 1 60
Liverpool, line.?. .. ? ....
SI;GAK, f) Bs-Raw. 0
Porto Rico. ? .. .
Muscovado. 10 ? lljf
BEESWAX-9 ft. 36 @ 40
HIDES. Green-9 ?. .. @ ..?
Dry. 12 ? 1$
CBESTNCTS- 9 bushel. 4 00 ? .. '*
etaporta of Bi ce. SacrsIJtMMMad tea
ber from tUe Port of Ch aa-le it on. from
Sept. 1,187?. to February 15,1871?
Rio de Janeiro
. 03, 922,473
llecelptf by RalTroait, February 16.
BOCTH C ABO LIM A * 3 A lliRO A D.
811 balas cotton, 81 "baleagood?, 2 can stock.
To Railroad Agent} G W Witte, G W Williams A
eo, Wardlaws Carew, J R Pringle & Soo, Petzer,
Rodger? k co, G H Walter k eo, W 0 Courtney
A co, R Mare & co,-W B Smith k co, W W Smith.
Prest A Adger, Sloan 4 Selgnlous, T P Smith, W
K Rvan, H Cobla & co, Pinckney Bros, W c Bee A
co, G ATrenhoim * Son, Sheckelford'A Kelly.E
B stoddard * oo, W P Hall.
NO RTHEASTS ITO ZAILBOAD.
140 bales upland cotton,.84 bbls naval stores,
cara lumber, wood, cotton eeed, rice, peas, mdse,
ac. To G W Williams k co. Frost A Adger, D M
Mowry ? Son, Barden k Parker, Pelzer, Rodgers
A co, A J Saliuas, W K Ryan, Caldwell k ?on,
TP Smith, Goodrich, Wlneman k co, Gaillard k
Mlnott, H Bischoff k co. Goldsmith A Son, Reeder
k Davin, s D Sf ney, J Marshall. Jr. J Wieters. G
B Ingraham k Son, G W Witte, eiaghornv Herring
k co, 0 Cohen, Thurston k Ho.mts, W C Bee A
co, E Welling, Railroad Agent, and Order.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAILROAD.
97 bales cotton, 300 bushels rough rice, 100
bushels peas, mdse, S.e. To W C Bee k co, Ostea
dorff A co, W H Mauldln. GaiUard k Mlnott, W P.
Dowling k co, Fraser & Dill, H Bischoff k co, Jno
Coicock k co, Perzer, Rodgers k co, J Colclough,
Pringle k Soc, Murdaugh k Mathews, R Adger,
W U Telegraph co, W C Courtney A co, W Harral
A co, H Blatte k co. C Wit chen, W Schroder, Jno
Shannon, F Balley, F D C Kracke, J Drayton, S
Howell, M Shannon, Mrs M A Snowden, P Nell, Ri
Crear, A Strobbart, L Fraser.
CHARLESTON, FEBRUARY 17
Sehr Gen Ft E Lee, Gradick, Cooper River. 1500
bushels rough rice. To G H Ingraham A-Son, P ti
. steamer Argo, Biggam, Edlsto and Way Land?
ings. 13 bags sea '?land- cotton, mdse, ?c. Te
Douglas Nisbet, Ino Coicock k co, W Day t n, L1)
Mowry A Son, Stoney A Lowndes, Fraser A Diu,
and D McPherson.
SlOop Blackbird, from Combahee. 1726 bushels
rough rice. To W C Bee * co. .
'Steamship Cuba, Dukehart, Baltimore"-Morde?
cai k co.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New tork
-Wagner, Huger k co, W A courtenay.
Br bark Arbitrator,' Irwin, Liverpool-Wagner,
Huger A co-W A Courtenay.
N G bark Kepler. I. ant kan nu, St Helena Sound,
S C, to load phosphates for London-G A Hopley
k co. .
Soar My rover,-Brown, New York-Wm Roach
Sehr Mollie, nam mer, Jacksonville-Street Bro3
A. co. I , ,
'Sehr Alfred Richards, Kean, Georgetown, S Or
Strtet Bros A co.
Steamship Cuba, Dukehart, Baltimore.
Steamship South Carolina, Becket, New York.
Bark Walter, Stir.son, Liverpool. .
Br bark "P.lo de la Pitta, Landry, Amsterdam.
Sehr Fawn, Megathlln, Boston.
V FROM "THIS PORTl
Steamship Virginia, Hunter, Philadelphia, Feb?
ruary 14. -
Ship John Sidney, Bartlett, Llverpool,?Febro
Hrig R B Gove, Harkness, Liverpool February 13.
CLEARED FOR THI8 PORT.
Steamship Maryland, Johnson, at Baltimore
.Sehr Traveller, ?-," at Savannah, February 16.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Georgia, Crowell, from New York,
List of Shipping
IN THE TOUT O* CHARLESTON, FIBBUARY 10.
Vesacls under 100 toss, and steamers coaatlnp
within the State, excepted? .
South carolina, looo tons, Beckett,.at Union
wharf, for New Yorki ready-Wagner, Huger
1 co, W. A. Courtenay.
Manhattan, 1337 lons, Woodhull, at Adger'a wharf.
for New York, loading-James Adger A ca .
Sea Gull, 016 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for
Baltimore, repairing-P C Trenholm.
Muscongns, (Br). >700 tons, Grover, at-Yan der
horat's wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Raveu
' el A co.
Edith (Br), - tons, Hilson, at Boyce 4 co's wharf,
for Amsterdam, loading-Leseen* A wells.
.R C Winthrop. 900 tons, Stewart, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Patterson A
Island Home (Br). 725 tons. Mclellan, at Accom?
modation wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Hen
! ry Card.
Kate Troop (Br), 747 tons, Crocker, at A-lantic"
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-G A Trenholm
Hawkeye (Bri, - tons,.Breachln, at Robb's Mill,
for a Port- in Great Britain, loading-Street
. Bros A co.
Sailor Prince, 446 tons, McManos, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-E Willis.
Keilar. 330 tons, Sonder, In the Stream, for Valpa?
raiso, ready-Street Bros k co. .
Arbitrator (Br), dil tons, irwin, at Union wharf, -
for Liverpool, ready .-Wagner, Hoger A co.
Ynmurl, (Br,) 44S tout", Campbell,- at Boyce A
co's wharf, for Liverpool, ready-Robert T
Walker. . - -. ?
Eulalia, (Span,) 450 tons, Arana, at YanderhorsU
" wharf, for Liverpool, loading-W P Hall'.
Kepler (N Ger),- tons, Lanckenau, In the Stream
for St Helena, S C. ready-G A.-Hopiey A co.
I Prof Schwelgard (Nor), 320 tons. Swan, at Atlan
tia.w barf, for Gottenburg, loading-WB Smith
! ?Moselle - (Br), 299-tons, Refenvre, at Palmetto
wharf, from Cape de- Verde, waiting-R More
A co. . --
Ueland (Nor), 285 tons, Tallakson. at Boyce A co s
?wharf, lor Liverpool, loading-B S Rhett ft
Vinco (Br), 433 tons, RobBon, at .Vnnderhorst'a
wliarr, for Liverpool, loading-H Card.
Emanuel (Nor) 2i5 tons, Elnerseh. at Boyce'ii
ca's wharf, for Bullio Port, Russia, loading-G
. A Honlei" ,t co.. . ; ...
BeittsTe (Br), 409 toiis, Nielsen, at Kerr's wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging-R Mure A co. *
Ansdell (Br), ?64 ton?. Pierce.at Mar-hall's wharf, |
from Port Talbot, Eng, discharging-R Mure,
Harzburg (N G), 643 tons, Kuhlken.'at Central 1
wharf, for Queenstown and a Market, loading
-C O Witte.
Elvira (Span), coo tons, Oliver, at Bennett's
wharf, from Havana, walting-W P H?li.s -
Draupner (Nor), 4-37.tons. IngoWsen, at Marshall's,
wharf, from Cardiff, discharging-W H ?smith
. " * co. .*
Celeste, (Br). - tons, Fullerton, at Accommoda?
tion wharf, from St Thomas, W1, just arrived
Flora (Bri, 850 tons, Millford, at Atlantic wharf,
for Genoa, loading-Hunt Bros A co. -
Prothesa (Br), - tons, Ball, at Robb's Mill, for
a port in Great .Britain, loading-J A Enalow
Rosa (Span polaore), - tons, Santo??, at Bennett's
wharf, for Vlgo, loadiug-W P Hall
Margaret. 169 tons, Johnson, at Brown 4 co's
wharf, for New Orleans, loading-T Tup?
per 4 Sons.
Talla (Span). 102 tons. Barbeta, at Brown A co's
wharf, for Barcelona. losan?*-w p-Haii.
Torrent. - tons, Tlbbetv, at Atlantic wharf; from
Matanzas, to be repaired-J A Enalow A co.
Mercelina. (Span), -? tons. Pages, at Brown A
co's wharf, for Barcelona, loading-WP Halt."
Georgie, - tons. Swan, lu the Stream, from
Georgetown, S C, just arrived-W. Roach A co.
Lilias, 128 tons, Oriftltn, In, Ashley River, for north
side Cuba, loading-J A Enalow k co.
Ida Richardson, - tons, Bede?l.-ln^Ashley River,
for Baltlmoro, loadiug-Street Bros A co.
Myrover, 440 tons, Brown, at Palmetto wharf, for
New York, loading-W Roach A ca "
Florence Rogers.-tona Shepherd, afr.Adger's
wharf, for New York, loading-Wm. Roach
A'bert Thoma", -? tons, Rose, at Brown A co's
wharf, from Baltimore, dischai ging-Street
Bros 4 co. J,
S L Burns,- tons. Crosby, at Palmetto wharf,
for Union Island, Ga. ready-W Beach 4 oe.
Geo H Squire,'-tons, Haley1, at Central wharf,
from Ballimore,-dis charging- H F Baker 4 co.
Ella Matthews, - tons, McElwcll, at Central
wharf, from Baltimore, dlsoharglng-rH F Ba?
ker 4 co.
Mollie, - tons, Plummer, at Brown A co's wharf,
for Jae's Bonville r-adv- Street Bros A CO.
Marv J Russell, - tons, Smith, at Kerr's, wharf, I
, from Norfolk, Va, discharging-Master.
Alf Md Rich ard?,-tone,Hea?? m Central wharf,
for Georgetown, 8 O, ready-Street Broa k co.
D B Everett, - tons. Hooper, at Brown A CO'B
wnarf,-from New Ol leans, dischargfng-Street
Bros A co. *
Ida Bird sall,-tons, Bi rd sa'I, nt Union wharf*
from New Tork, discharging-Master.
Adie Bia lad ei h - tone, Garfield, at Adder's wharf,
? from Boston, discharging-W Roach A ce.
".VT ?TJ?ST PB32E . '
Paris Exhibition 1867.
Purify- the blood -and
strengthen the system,
eradicating the effect of
dissipation, maintain the
human frame In condition
of healthfulness, dispel the
Blues and all mentaf dis?
tempers, and relieve those
whose sedentary habits lay
them open to depression.
They prevent and cure pat?
ons and other Fevers, Fever and
A ff ne, dillis, diarrhoea, Djisen
dyspepsia, Sea - Sickness,
ute, Chotera, Chotera Morbus,
and every complaint incl?
dental to diet or atmos?
phere. Ladies will . find
them a sovereign boon, as
they eradicate all traces
of Debility? Nervousness,
Inertness, and Diseases
perfilar to the sex.
Wr?;oussnd8 of Testimo?
nials can be seen at th?
M. JACOBSON, Sole Proprietor,
34 & 66 Water Streetz. Y.
CLACIUS '& WITTE,
General Agents for the State of So. Carolin*.
QERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL I
AN INVALUABLE REMEDY FOR INFANTS 1
This is the best Medicine for young children,
s a ie ring with Colic, Diarrhoea, or any other com
plaint, in aleut to Teething. It may -be given
with sarety, as it contains no opium, Or o thar la?
Price, 25 cents a bottle.
Manufacture! and for sale by
DB. H. BAER.
Also hy the followlngllnagglsts:
A. W. ECKEL AUO., D?. A. RAOUL,
Dr. W. A. SKRINE, A. 0. BAH BOT,
W. T. LITTLE A CO., J. BLACKMAN,
P. M. COHEN, Dr. E. ii.-KELLERS, ? v
E. S. BURNHAM, GRAMAN A s CH WAKE,
G. W.-AIMAR, J. LOCKWOO?,
G. J. LUHN, W. T. LINN,
. W. A. GIBSON.
And by Drngglsrg generally._ Janal
STJK/E3 POP !
DEATH TO BATS,
. . NEVER FAILING.
BOXES DOUBLE THE SIZE AS OTHERS.
HERMETICALLY SEALED AND -
Sold at Wholesale by
?DOWIE, MOISE A DAVIS,
And at retal bj all Druggists. rebl-emos
PRICES REDUCED !
For sale by WILCOX. GIBBES A CO., Importera
and Dealers in GUANO. No. US Bay street. Savan?
nah, G a. ;.*?<>. 241 Broad street, Augusta, Ga.; No.
161 EAST BAY. Charleston, S. 0. For further In?
formation, address as above, for Southern Agri
' culturlsr Almanac, febl-imo '
' JOHN S. BROWN,
BEL FA ST, I ELAND.
TRADE x Shamrock > MARK.
I Leaf.. J
Manufacturer ot only.
FIRST-CLASS TA BL ? DA M AS K,
Superior to any imported Imported into the Uni?
ted States. These goods, are noted for.. their
beautyof design, elegance of fabric, and dura
bllltyof wear. - . .
...... _., WHOLESALE ONLY.
No. 215 CHURCH STREBT, New York.
- - s^mn: j__
OB NE VT 0 BLEANS
eWew At Schooner D. B. EVERETT,
Ting three-fourths of her Cargo-engaged, :
.will receive, dispatch for tho above port..
For Freight engagements, apply to
febl7 ?n STREET B ROTHE Bl?i"CO
J10R NEW YORK-MERCHANTS?L?TE.
The first-class Clipper Pocket Schooner
FLORENCE ROGERS, Sheppard, Master, 3
having a portion of her cargo engaged, wi
dispatched promptly. . . M
feblS j WILLIAM ROACH k ?Q.. .
J! OS- L IVER^OOL.
The At British Ship "KATE TROOTV*^*
Crocker, Master, Uvlcg rc03t or her ?stJKBwm
engaged, win meet with quick dispateny - ?
For Frelght engagemenWapp?y"to ^ . -?J
febls-tuthslO G. A. TRBNHOLM'ff.SONj.
o B , s sw YORK,
OL, D LINK \ BW YORK AND CHAM.ES?
TO 21 STJ??lUSHiPi
E S TA BLISSED 18 4i.
SPACIOUS AND ELEGANT D?CK STATE-ROOMS.
The very fast and splendid Side-Whee? Stei?m
shipsof this Line will sail from Ad ger's Sop: h
Wharf as ToBows during the month or February r
MANHATTAN, SATUBDAY. 1 Si ta, at tudf-past 4
o'clock P. M. ?T?
JAMES ADGER, TossbAT, 2Ist, at 7 o'clock. P. ?.
CHAMPION, SATURDAY, 26ta, at 7 o'cWck>. M.
CHARLESTON, TCISDAY, i3th, at 12- o'clock M.
Sf?- Throngh Bills cr Lading given on Cotton to
Liverpool, Boston, Providence and theXaw Eng?
land manufacturing towns at-ihe l?weirmarkeD
Freights o o upland COMOS, through to Liverpool
Ave elsrhths of a penny; sea island ose MW,
. For Freight or Passage engagements, apply to
feb!-Imo JAMES ADOBJt ? co. i
3nHBOUGH SILLS LADINO TO
ALTIMORE Hm.ADEl,PHIt, BOSL
TOW, BRRMK1V, . *
AND TBE OTTJES OF THE IWJItTHWfc?T.
That tes ?-"T -~ iftmm
Johnson, Commander,, viii s&? ^3mmS&
Baltimore on MONDAY, 20th, February, HS vESSSk.
P. M. '.' "
?T Philadelphia Freights forwarded-' to that
etty by- railroad irom "?aitlmore- wttheas(?W
twnal insurance, and Consignees areaJlovjed am?
ple time to sample and sell their Gooda fronV
the Railroad Depot in PuBadettWa. pm
'PAUL C. TR KN HOLM, AgTSt, . ..
leblM_ No. 2 Paton, ggSfe
jpACIF10 MAIL STRAMHR?W. OOMPT'S
nraorjoa. LINE TO
CALIFORNIA, CHINA ASV JAPAN.
FARES GREATLY REDUCED.
Steamers of the ar*va line leave ^
No. 42, North River, foot? or Ci
street, New York, a*tto??ook.iio*siJ " _ "
and 20ih of every moath (except when these
daterai! on Sunday, then V* Satwday -preced
'Dfepartnre or Osrt?th^nneet atJPaaa?jrltt
steamers for boatli Pacific and OenOal Am ?lean
ewe? fer Japan ail? dim??? % ^
No Cal if om ta., a teamer? MW? MA Havan?, buv
go direet frotu-Pea,York taA^waU.. -
Oneliundredjcuads tfaggagefreetoeach adult*
Medicine and srtteBdaacenee;- -* *_.
For Passat? tickets cr otb er infer insMoa apply
at the COMPANY'S TJOK?I OFFI?&, ?a M
wharr foot of Canal street; North River, New
york.. F. R. BABY, Agent.
jalyia-lyr" .'-?- ' ' ' " ;: ' .
TTTEEELt'LTNE TO SAVANNAH*
THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT.
FOR PACIFIC LANDING, BEAUFORT-H?LTO?
HEAD; SATANNAH. DARI EN AND
' --BRUNSWICK, GAV **
- * the ntvomevteamer
? IJ I Z A H AW?? OX,
Captain L. W. BURNS, ... . ; -
I will receive Frelg4w-at south Atlan- ,
lue wkarf .for-aaove pointa eyery^aSaSPaV
' TUESDAY, and leave xsn every WXDHEJWAT MOBS*
'Kt7, at 7 o'ctcck, arriving at SavanaKh thesamu
?venta* and Je*V?Dg f?r Derlen, *?., ?a ?oBow.
lug ffloTnlnf?. JleUiroiag, wlU leave eavaaaah for.
ChVleston^very MONDAY HORNING, fi 7 tfejock.
aepio .. -, No. 1? Saat Bay.
FOR SAVANNAH, FERNANDINA, TACKS ON
, VILLE, RILATKA AND ALL POINTSOS
THE CT. JOHN'S RIVER.
The Steamer DICTATOR, C?ptala r'-iAffiT^rV
L. M. COXETTEH, ^ill sail tiOAa^jgSBES^
Central \Vharf for above points every TDgsSir
. EvEKiia.ai ?.30 o'ciock, ?rr?v?fr backji Caatles
'ton every SUNDAY AFTERNOON, at 5 oiaopfc
': The steamer crnr POINT, C?ptala D.\? yin
'cent, wm gBiltcomCenti ai Wharf foi a\^*a>ot&?
every FEEDAY ETtKiso, 2X 8.C0 o'cloct.jaTlyinx
back at cn aHeston WEdMisoAY AmuooM, at ?
^eettg^ ' RAVES EL ? OD^jfeittta. ?
XK)B SAVANNAH VIA BjEATJflOJjX *S0>
PACIFIC BANDISO. ,
? fr. - . . ?- ** *. 1
? The Steam?,- ! LOT BOY, jCapnin rjjflC>?
J. W. ?Iv, wIL ' ave Centrai WluiygBflSk
ior'above points every MONDAY MOEOTTO, a? ?.
o'clock, and ror Beaufort and Faclfla "Said??: .
every THCBSDAY, leaving here at s^ciacWB^a?
^For Freight or^Paasage, apply to . u,;
feb! . ' -. J" %t!tc%ai^^t
O R . F" L O B I D A ,
w .'.*? . K '?' .'.?Jr''t i fm! .
. ' TWICE. A WEEK. * '
O B Y. 8 ^ T A N N A H ?; *
! ELEGANT STATE ROO M ACCOMMODAiTJOSa.
. The 'Splendid Steamer CITY ' ? _?B^^??i '
POINT, Captain D. B. V-Incent. will JE^3MgC
leaveCential Wharf for the above plrteorfrKiPAV
EVENING", February 17, isri, at 9.30 b\MCt7
? The Steamer DICTATOR. Captain L. M. Coxet
ter. will leave on Tn? SDAY EVENING, Februar- 21.
mi,atAae-o'dcck. ? *- *? >'
; feblS _, . : RAVENEL A CO,. Agents...
JgXC?RSION TO PHOSPHATE WOBKS?
AS?LEY piVER-SAT??fjAV, FEBRCAEY
\ , - . .1?, .1871.
Tn'e Steamer ST. H ELE N'A, Cap
tain D. Sinclair, Jr.,' win leave MJS?SSSS?m
abover6*TtRDAY MOEVINO,- February 16th, iron
Boyce's Wharf, at o o'clock, tonchlngs* Cotoolm's
Landing and West Pom t Mill, going and rt arn
lng, leaving uppef- lanfllng on'retarh at hair fast
8 o^oIocV, and to arrive lu cltv about duik.
' Fare for trip il. Children under 12, half price..
Tully will be In attendauce ta fnrnlHb, re freak,
men ts BB before. J.-H. MURRAY, Agent.
febl7-2 , '*
JjTOR FORT SUMTER.
. The Steamer POC0S1N, Captain W.
H. Gannon, . will leave as above,_
every TUESDAY, THCBSDAY and SATUHDAT, tc is
o'clock, from Market Wliarf, foot of Market street.
Returning at a quarter-past so'clock.
,jan2&-lmo. .'. J. H. KURRAY, "Agent.
WHOLESALE AGENTS FOR THE .
H. BISCHOFF & CO., .
H. BLATTE'* CO.,
J. A.,QTJA?KiIiB?SH, .< *
W AG ENE E.4. MOUSE E?, -+