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THE DAILY NEWS.
Thc Hulling ot the Prineetu.
Wo watched her fondly day by day. >
As slowly from the stocks she row;
TIQ at the water's edge she lay,
Pi irfe-t in her serene repose t
The soft waves crept np dutiful
To greet our Princess beautiful I
Tile fairy ship in the harbor.
Hurrah t hurrah 1 our labor's o'er !
H orrin 1 hurrah I hip. hip, hurrah'
F jr the good ship in the harbor 1
Toe anchor's weighed, tba sails are taut,
We strain our eyes o'er distant blue,
And hearts grow heavy with the thought,
"The sea ls wider than we knew,"
And perils many she may have
from sunken rock and nesting wave
The strong ship ia the harbor t
Yet still-hurrah 1 one loud cheer more 1
Ei'urrah! hurrah! hip, hip, hurrah 1
For the good ship in rhe harbor !
1 te sea is calm, the wind is fair,
Cur flag floats proudly atti er stern;
Our friends on board ; we breathe a prayer
God keep them till bar ede return I "
Then loud we cheer ber o'er and o'er,
As gently gliding fr om the shore,
The brave ship leaves the harbor !
Hurrah 1 hurrah 1 aye, three times more !
Hurrah I hurrah I hip, hip. hurrah 1
. And the good ship clears the harbor 1
SEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-279 ba'es
Upland and 4 bales S I Cotton, 104 bales Domes?
tics, 6 biles Waste, 99 tierces Bice, 112 barrels
j ? . ' Rosin, 66 empty Barrels, 234 sicks Dried Fruit.
The Cnarleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DALLY NEWP, )
CHasLSsrox. Tuesday Evening, Sept 22, '68. J
' The staple-opened at about the rates of the day be
' fore, but pnces soon after receded, and declined
- about ?c. V m-eales 262 bales, of which 60 were
sold the day before, say 2 at 16; 2 at 19; 12 at 20; 6 st
j 21? 33 si 22?; 40 at 23; 76 at 23?; 50 at 23?; and 51
at 34. We quote:
LivxRroox, cT.A no moy.
? Ordinary to Good Ordinary.18 @22
. Low Middling.'...22?@33
Markets by Telegraph.
PABJS, September 32.-Bourse dull; rentes 68r.
Lxvxaroox, September 23.-Koon-Cotton easier,
but not lower; sales estimated at 8000 bales.
Two P. M.-Manchester advices less favorable,
. causing, dullness. Flour 27a. 6d. to 38s. Com
Evenir g.-Cotton declined a friction; uplands lOd,
Orleans 10?d. Flour firmer at 28s. Turpentine 26s
' H t*??? DOMESTIC MARKETS.
NEW Yoax. September 32.-Noon-Money easy.
<5old42?. Sterling 8& Flour dull and unsettled;
favors trajera. Wheat slightly hi favor of buyeae.
Core heavy end a shade low ur. Mess pork nominal
?lt ?28.65.. Lnrd dull; steam 19Xa20c. Cotton dull
and declining ?t 26?28?. Turp?n tin o 45 ?a 16. Rosin
quiet Freights a shade firmer.
Evening.-Cotton a shade lower; sales 1100 bales
at 36a26?. Hour irregular. Wheat heavy and 2a3c
lower. Corn easier-mixed Western tl 19al 30.
Mess pork $38 60. lard easier-steam pressed 19?
1 ?30; tn kettle rendered 30*23?. Whiskey firm-in
bond 80. Groceries flan. Turpentine 46?a47?.
Rosin unchanged. Tallow I3?al4. Freights on
grain sro firm er, on cotton unchanged. Gold closed
weak at 43?. S teri-' n g more active 8?. Southern
. bonds strong.
BALXTMORX, September 29.-Cotton nominal at
26c Four dull and unchanged. Wheat dull; good
, to prime $2 25i2 60. Corn firm; white $116al30;
' ordinary tl lOal 12. Oats 66a7Gc Bib Sides lG?c.
WmmoTOM, September 22.-Spirits turpentine
declined to. 40c, Bostas quiet but steady; No 9,
fl Wa3 00; No 1, 3 75*410. Tar firm at $2 60. Cst
ton firm; middlings 33?o>
AUGUSTA, September 331-Cotton market quiet;
sales 141 bales; middlings 23c; receipts 342.
SA VANS AH, September 31-Cotton duD ; middlings
. 34c: nales 70 bales; receipts 1331 bales.
MOBTXJ, September 22.-Nothing doing in cotton;
quotations entirely nominal; midefirbgs 33a23?a;
eceipts 95 bales; exports 219 bales.
HEW ORLEANS, September 33.-Cotton-demand
fair; prices lower; middlings 23c; sales 1650; re?
ceipts b07. Sterling 53?aS5?. York sight ? dir
count. Gold 41?.
CINCINNATI, September 22.-Flour in good de?
mand; family 1900 to 9 50. Corn advancing, 97 to
' 98c. Mess pork dull at $28 75. Lard higher, 19 <o
19?c. Bacon dull; shoulders 13?o; clear sides
is?c; hams dna at 19 to 30c
WILMINGTON, September 21. - TURPENTIXE
. Market unchanged. Sales of 166 bois at 92 70 for
soft, per 380 lbs.
8 rna rs TURPENTTNE-Market steady. Salea of 539
bbji at 41c for country, and 42c per gallon for N ew
! RO?TK-Has been in moderate inquiry to-dav, and
; the salas reach 1032 bbls at tl ?0 for ?So 2; ?2 50, 2 75,
336, S 50J4 Cor No 1; and $4 76a5 for pale, as in
TAs-Only 36 bois received, and sold at 92 60 per
' ' COTTON-Salsa of 21 bales at 32?c for low midiling,
and 23?c fer middlirg. .
NASHVILLE, September 18.-COTTON.-We note
the receipt of 8 bales old crop to-day. No sales or
shipments. We annex:
. - VFJUSHVnXX COTTON BTATXMTNT.
Stock onhsni Sept i; 1868...:.. 60
Peceived to-day.'.. 8
Received previously. 7_ 15
Snipped to-day. 00
Shipped previously. 60- 60
Stock on band.. 15
WHEAT-The receipt} to-day were liberal, amount?
ing to 2107 bushels. The transactions foot up as
foUows: Hales of 270 rtd at $1 80; 1600 do at $1 82?;
CORN-Offerings freely taken. Sales of 3400 bush?
els, from wagon, loose, at 76o; 377 do at 70c.
r: Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, September 19-COFFEE-We no?
ticed to-day some inquiry from outside parties for
middling and good ordinary, but our market is quite
bsre of those grades. The stock here on the rc artet
ls reduced to about 400 bales; we quote middling at
Corns-After the close of our report yesterday
there were sides of ?74 bags Bio from second
bands on private term.. To-day t;u note further
sales hom second hinds of 400 bags Rio at 16al7?
. FLOUR-Was in bettor demand to-day w.th sales,
vis: 300 bbls Indian?, choice ?uperat$8 62?; 200
bbls Howard street super at $8 50; 250 bbls Western
er.tr? at 99 75; SCO do do choies at 910; 500 bbls
standard City Mills ej.tr? at 910; and sevewl hun?
dred barrels in jobbing lo.'s to the trade within our
GRAIN-Offerings of wheat to-day were very small,
only 1015 bushels whits and 2S0C bushs choice red;
market was steady, witfi eales of 1075 bu hs choice
Indiana whitest 92 55.. 120 bushs choice Southern
.-2i?l!P?i?,?Lb?*a? Prime at 1350; 660 bushs fair
at ?2 30; 1400 bushs low grades at 92 02a2 22. Of
oom 3490 buihels white ?ad 1220 bushs yellow re?
ceive!; no sales of wWte ?ported-of yell w were
j^rtsaJMoMfXJ bushels at 9127; 600 do at 9128, and
550bush, Ught weight, ?ttl 30. Oats-5200 bushs
offered, demand fair, with rales, vs: 200bushs at
76o; 1000bushs at78c; 175do?t 71c; 1285 do at 70c
600 do at 68c; 282 do at 64o; 200 do at 63c; 100 do'
oosnmoa, at 50c. Rye-1140 bushs received; only
salee reported were 116 bushs at $150; Po do at
fl 40 per bushel,
MoLassxs-We note ? sale yesterday, but not be?
fore reported of 50 punchns St Lucia at 45 cents uer
- PROVISIONS-The jobbing demand fer bacon con?
tinues very li vely, ?nd prices steady as follows, viz ?
for shoulders 13??14 cents, for western ?nd city
smoked, 16??17 cents for rib tides, and 17?17? cents
for clear rib do.; hama20a22 cents for sugar-rared,
as to brand. Bulk meats are offered sparingly, but
no buyers except at lower figures than holders are
wiR'ng to accept Mc ss pork steady at 930 25a30 50
for large and small lots. Lard is Jobbing at 19??20
cents per ib. for city and western-round lots may be
quoted ?c. under these prices.
RICE-Market dull ; a sile of 30 tres, common
Carolina reported understood at 8? cents, no prime
here. Rangoon fa quoted from 8 to 9? cts. per lb.
BOSTON, September 18.-COFFEE-There baa been
considerable movement m thu article; sales of 3200
pits Singapore Java on the spot, and 3000 do to ar?
rive on private terms; 2200 bags St Domingo for ex?
port st 9c gold ha bond. Java is held at 20 eta gold,
with sales ot nome 200 pkts in lots.
Ooxrox-Tie reooipts this week have been 235
bales, all of wbicn were by the Providence Railroad.
Taessarket wa? doll in the early part of the week,
sad prices declined ?o * ft. but st the close, in
uuussqninas of favorable accounts from England,
holders refused to sell unless at ? considerable ad?
vance from the carrent rates, and aU o ocra Hons were
at a standstill The sales ot tko week have been
only 609 hales, and the stock here is only ?bout 1000
biles. We quote ordinary at 22c; good ordinary 24c;
low middling 25Kc; middling 26J*c; good middling
28a30c $ ft.
GUKKT BAGS-There have been sales of 100 bair s at
19c currency. The article .is held at 19al9)?o cur?
GU>XT CLOTH-There have been sales of 100 biles
for future delivery at 21&c currency.
HAT-The mai ket is steady, with a fair demand.
Sales of Eastern at S22a23 per ton.
NAVAL S TO OKS- Spirits turpentine is firmer.
Small tales at 47*47ri per gallon. Tar ia dull with
sales at $4 25a4 50, and to arrive 160 bbls at 14, and
160 bb:s at $3 80 per bbl. In roaln sales of 200 bbls
extra pale at $6 50a7 per bbl,
^tiiUips' Provision Eic hange.
CTNCINNAT r, September 18.-The market for pro?
visions during tho post week has > een unsettled and
rather panicky, with further dechnes. The season
drawing so near the close, with ample stock well dis*
tributed among holder?, who are anxious to close
out and wind up preparatory to a new season, bas
caused many small lots of stuffs to be offered, and
concessions were freely made in order to effect
sales, and towards the close of the week sales were
fair in a email fair, and the demand slightly improv?
ed at the declined prices, but ia being lreely met.
Hoes-No new feature has developed itself, buy?
ers are carole's about contracting for rature d clive ry,
believing that if higher prices must be paid, they
will pay them when t; e time cornea, while drovers
are rather more anxious to contract ahead, but as
yet the views of buyers and sellers do not meet
MESS Point has remained steady all the week, but
buyers have been contending for a concession of 25
to 60c pe- barrel, but talcs have been made at $29.
Tho market closeB dull at this.
LAED hie also kept a steady price at 19c, with an
occasional concession of I ut it is difficult to buy
the beat under 19c. Butchers' lard sells at 18al8)?c.
STSABD?E prime 19419KC
BOXK MEATS-Are In good supply arid nave been
fi eely offered, which has caused a decline, dosing
nominal at 11#, 13%, 14# and 16c for shoulders, nb
?ides, clear rib and clear sides. Holders :.sk a shade
nigher, but tn the absence of eales it would be dim
cull, to give more accurate quotations.
BACON-Tho market bas oeen glutted with that
which bas been packed from three tc five months,
and while the quality is not Impair? >d by being pack?
ed to- long, where it has been held in a cool place,
asHurs have been obliged to make a concession of %c
below fresh smoked in order lo make sales. I quote
fresh packed should rs, ? lear rib and clear sides at
i laji!, 16 to 15)i and 16c. No nb aides of consequence
hers. Hams are still neglected and nominal, and
ample stock. Sugar-cured 20 to 21c; second pickle
17 to IS},c; ptain 16 to 17c.
Consign?es per son tn Carolina it a lin ?ad,
304 balea Cotton. 75 bales Tam, 712 bushels Grain,
45 bbls Flour, 85 t oxea Tobacco, 3 cara Lumber, 1
car Catie. To Bailroad Agent, Jeffords k Co, Sten?
house k Co, Goldi-raith k Son, G W Williams ft Co,
J B Pringle, HF Baker k Co, Pelzer, Bodger* ft Co,
E J Wise, G B Walter k Co, Mowry k Co, Campa en
& Co, Reeder k Davis, G Foll?n, W P Dowling, B C
fc-harp k Co, D Jamings * Co, WC Courtney & Co,
Frost k Adger, Caldwell k Son, Holmes, Waites k
Keitr, J Hanckel Cla?ghom, H ft Co,
Consignee? per Northeastern Railroad,
168 balei Colfoo, cara stock, boxes Ordnance, Fur?
niture, Ac To L Coben k Co, Farrar k Bro, Mowry
& Co, W K Byan, Baveuel k Co, Nae hm an k Co, S D
Stoney. Williams k Co. Kendall k Dockery, Ihurs
ten A Hohnes, Frost k Adger, Major F H Parker, H
Bischoff k Co, Lieut F H Thebert, Reeder k Davis,
Cildwell k Son, .-ere . en k Nesbit, B A k J F Early,
ti H Walter k LO, J Welten, Mary ck 1- Saltas.
Per steamship James Adger, for New York-Mrs
?Mojeley, Miss Moseley, t> Moseley, Master Moseley,
MTH Shddlen, G Walker. A M Lynan;E-"W Macbeth,
W W Mayberry, S b Welsh, Miss C M Welsh, and -
Per steamship Champion, from Kew York-James
Taylor, E E Jones, A Mumm. Mrs R E Brown, D F
Day. wife and child G Waterhouse and wife. B Eden,
wife and child, Mrs Waterbury, Miss Waterbury, A
Porter, Mrs Brandea, MUM M Ashton, J Hayno, A 8
Barron, H G Street, J J P Smitb, Jr, J H Gardner,
J B Waring, A S Murphy, G A Locke, Miss P Zelg
ler, G Leonhardt B H Hughes, W Ashton, A Schnell,
C Burckmyer, J Bary, T W Bliss, M'es Minnie How?
ard, Misa wallie I raith. Miss Agnes Young, Miss Eva
Steward, Miss Nellie Hoffmin, Miss Emilie Wagner,
J R Simonton, A W La id, Mrs Barnfield, 8 R Hub?
bard, W H Abbe, Capt Feck, W T J O Woodward. G
Davis. Mrs Lockwood and granddaughter, Miss Cora
Sommers, Miss N J Babb, J Rugbeimer.
Port of Charleston, Sept'ber 33
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-left
Saturday, P M. Mdse. To Ja/i Adger k Co. G W
Aimsr, C D Ab rena k Co, 3 Allen, J E Adger ft Co,
M & A Ashton, J D Aiken ft Co, Adams, Damon k
Co, T W BUsa, J B Bett?-, E Batea k Cv, D Briggs. C
D Brahe k Co, Berbosse k Burckmyer, J Barnfield,
Bollmann Brost ? P Butt, Bro vn k Hyer, Bart k
Wirth, Mr3 M J Bo th, T M Bristoll. H Bischoff ft
Co, W H Chafee A Co, J Commins, Crane, Boyla ton
k Co, L Chap?n, CD Carr ft Co, Cameron, Barkley k
Co, Cartmill, Harbeso? k Co, Charleston Phosphate
Co, Campbell k Higgins, H Cobla k Co, W 8 Corwin
k Co, Claoius k Witte, T M Cater, Chisolm Bros, F
Entelman, Do wie k Moise, J A Enslow k Co, B Feld?
man ft Co, J S Fairly k Co, Forsyth, Mccomb k Co.
A D Fleming, D F Fleming k Co, Furchgott Bros, T
P Forreston, 0 D Franke, J H Graver, C Gravely, A
Q Goodwin, Goodrich, Wineman k Co, Geraghty k
Armstrong, O Goldstein, G A Hopley k Co, Hart k
Co, E Henerey, Heeseman Bros, N A Hunt, F Hor?
sey, A H Hayden. B?hnes ft Calder, J Hurkamp k
Co, A Tiling. Jennings, Ihomlinson A Co, L Jaoco
vich, O K John BOD, Johnston, Crews k Co, Jtffords
k Co, Mrs Knox, H W Kinsman, Kriste k Chapman,
Klinck. Wickenberg k Co J P Kelp, H Kia tte k Co,
Little k MarahaU, Lauroy k Alexander, C Llllienthal,
O Litschgi, A Langer, Lengnick k Sell, D Lopes &
So'i, Murohy, Little k Co, W Matthieesen, Mantouc [
& Co, Melcbers k Muller, J G Milner k Co, J Mano,
J B McE hose, Mu Jer. Nimitz k Co, McLo/ ft Bice,
H Meyers, MacuUar, Williams k Parser, S R Mar?
shall, Mrs L Mehrtens, Mowry ft Co, Nietnann ft
Borger, N. E Railroad Agent J C Qjeman. B O'Neill,
Ostendorff A- Co, D O'Neill k Son, Palmetto Co-ope?
rative Associstiou, C P Poppenheim, 0 F Panknin, N
A Pratt, Pelzer. Bod gera k Co. J W Blgsby, C Biog,
Quinby k Co, J RuaseU. J Rugbeimer, ? H Rodgers
A'Co, B avonel k Co, C Roc aler, Street Bros k Co, L
Schnell & Co, E B Stodlard k Co, .-toll, Webb k Co,
Strauss, Vanees k Co. W Steele. W A Sknn?, Sten?
house ft Co, G W Steffens ft Co, H Stotts, T Tupper
ft Son. J B Togni. J H V?llers. G Waterhouse ft Co,
Welch k Brandea, Mia fe Watts, P Walsh, Werner ft
Ducker. West Point Mills, Walker, Evana k Cogs?
well, T Wohltman, W G Whtldtn k Co W J Yatee,
Mrs M J Zernow, Railroad Agents, and others.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left Sat?
urday, P. M. Mdze. To Mordecai k Co. Courtenay
k Trenholm, Bailroad Agent G H Graber, J F tay?
lor t Co, W L Webb. W il chafee k O', J H V?llers,
Bri-te A Chapman, R k A P Caldwell, H Cobia rc Co,
Gen R O Tyler, J Wiley k Co, R A Murtland, Lau ey
k Alexander, M P Usina, O Voigt, C P Poppenheim,
J L 'J orrent k Bro, W F Paddon, I Lev?, C Lillien
thaL J N Robson, C D Franck, G W Steffens k Co,
H Blatte k Co, H Gerdts k Co, Jeffords k Co, W G
Wnilden A Co, A Tobias' Sons, J A Qoackenbush, D
Pani k Co. Stol!, Web? k Co, Welch s Brandes, Cam?
eron, Barkley ft Co, WA 6krine, J G Milnor ft Co,
Dowie k Moise, I Heeseman ft Bro, Ostendorff k Co,
Marshal], Burge A Bowen, W G Barrett, C Michael,
E Jordan k son, W Ra v. nel, W A Welch, G W Jack
k Co. J H Devereux, J McIntosh, Major Horbicb,
Walker, Evana k Cogswell, T M Harper, Lubra A
Stelling, J Wurhman, J S Fairlv k Co, L Lor?rita, C
Brown. J Hurkamp k Co, W Muncher, R B Rhett,
Jr, k Bro, H Bischoff A Co, H Blatte k Co, P Rogers,
J K Wylie, B O'Neill, Wagener. Hoalh ft Mon ees,
and others. 25th inst off Cape Lookout spoke sehr
J M Richards, from Wilmington, N 0, for New York.
Sloop isabella, from Ashepoo. 1700 bushels Rough
Rice. To LD DeSarssure.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York
. Jas Adger ft Co.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood New York.
Brig G F Geery, Conk lin, New York.
Steamer Qty Point McNelty, Palstka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORI
Th J Scots wood. Teaman, sailed.Anira st 30
British bark AnsdeU, 1 ur pell, cleared.August 20
1 he St Louis, Hubbard, cleared..Sept 4
Bark Jenny Lind, Sherwood, sailed.August
British ship Dr vid Cannon, Jones, cleared. ...Sept 10
Brig E J Carvur, Bnckett. up.August 30
Brig Waverly, Terry, up.August 29
Sehr B N Hawkin*, Wyatt tip.August 29
Sehr Stampede. Stratton, up.August 6
8cbr Fanny S Keating, Daniels, up.Sept 10
Bark Mary k Louis, Davis, cleared.Sept 15
Behr C T BayUx, Sieel, up.Sept 7
Sehr Harriet Thomas, Robinson, up.Sept 14
Sehr J W Knight Plum, cleared.Sept 16
CHARLESTON HOTEL fcTABLB.
A F?LL STOCK OF HORSES AND VEHICLE
OF EVERT DESCRIPTION,
Which can be obtained at all hours.
OPEN AND CLOSE CARRIAGES AND BTJG
BJCS ALWAT3 ON HAND.
HORSES ALSO TAKEN ON LIVERY.
DOUGLAS * JACKSON,
Charleston Hotel Stables.
September 3 2mos* Plnckney-street
GET THE BEST!
McINTlWS IMPROVED COTTON TIE.
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS MdNTTRE'3 IMPROVED COTTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PRESENTING
to the Pablio BS the
BEST.TIE TIT USE.
It has been thoroughly tested in different sections of the South, and its superior merits freely acknowledged by all who have tried it. In fact
its popularity has become eo great as to warrant us in the assertion that it is destined to become THE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE. This TIE
combines ease and simplicity of adjustment with undoubted strength and durability. We particularly invite the attention of PLANTERS,
PRESSMEN and dealers generally to the following points : The perfect construction of the Hinge and rounded edgjs of the Buckle secure the
entire strength of the Band, and give it great advantages in compressing. It has no Tongues to press against thu Band-does not require any
Pins to be slipped in, pulled out or to FAIX OUT; and is used without the troublesome operation of bending cv 'coping the Band. The manner
in which it works is easily understood from the cut. Each Tie is complete in itself-the Buckle being riveted tc the Band; and no part can be
lost. The simple process of running the Band into the Buckle and letting it go at the proper place is all that is necessarv, the fastening being
perfected tho moment the pressure of the cotton is brought to bear on the Bands. The Buckle is strone, compact ana small, presenting an
even surface, has no rough edges or protruding points, consequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates the great objection to other Ties,
which are wrenched apart when the buckles of different bales get caught in handling or transportation, and especially when bales are piled on
FOB SALE BY
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Agents for State of South Carolina, Charleston.
September 2 u*o wii2mos
_|dti?f rc Jtorrtfimrrti?
JpALL ANO WINTER IMPORTATIONS
MILLINERY GOODS I
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS.
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWERS, PLUMES AND ORNAMENTS.
BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS
TN 8TRAW. SILE. VELVET AND FELT.
We offer the largest and best assorted Stock In tho
United States, con,prising all the latest Parisian No.
velties, and on equalled in ?hoice variety and cheap
ARMSTRONG, CATOR di CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
August 25 ? Imo* Baltimore.
Y H? GRUPY di CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUrH CALVE BT-8TREET,
F. H. OEUPY.E. G. CURTAI
April 20 . CmoF
Q_ HI FF IN, BROTHER & CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
WM. KNABE & CO.,
April 20 6mo
JAMES KNOX.JOHN QII.I
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Na 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE, kc, respect?
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon,
Orders for CORN and BACON promptly executed
-vith care and attention.
DIANOS! PIA NOSH
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEEN
.AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STTEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORE
OFFICE AND WARERGOM. No. 7 N. LIBERIT.
8TREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
STTEFF'S PIANO" HAVE ALL THE LATE91
Improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivorj
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with prlvOego of exchanx*
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser, second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or>
gins always on hand from $50 to $300.
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUR PIANOS IN ?BE:
General Robert ti. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Mesara. R. Burwell a Bons, CLariovte, N. 0.
Max Strakoscb, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson Ac Sons, Sumter, 8. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, 8. C.
April 22 Cmos
"GENERALPRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 Comden-street, Baltimore.
Liberal caah advances on consignments.
^UMSE\, CAKKOLL ?i CO.
PRESERVERS, PICHL KKS, OYSTER PACKERS, io.
No. 18 Light-etroet, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILK,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Mili Companj
April 22 Cmos
E. AUSTIN Uni ALFRED JENKINS, JU,.
ROBERT H. J EM EINS.
.jjlDW. JENKINS ?Sc SONS,
IMPORTEES AND 1>?ALEBS IN
8ADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 183 BALTIMORE-STREET.
April 22 Cnos Baltimore, M
UtetD Xjo? ^oertifitments.
ROWLES BK OT H E K S ?cap ~
No. 12 BUB DE LA PAJX, PARIS..
No. 76 STATE-STREET, BOSTON.
No. 19 WILLIAM-STREET, NEW YORK.
Exchange on London and Paris bought and sold.
Billa on the Union Bank, London. . Circular Let?
ters of Credit, available throughout Great Britain
and the Continent ot Europe.
Pails, April 16, 1868. 8mos September 19
JJATCH, POOIE di CO.,
ADD DEALERS IN
GOLD, STOCKS, Ac.
Boy, sell and exchange at full market rates, all
issues ot U. S. Bonds without delay.
Importers and others supplied w th gold.
Accounts received. Interest allowed, collections
No. 12 WALL-STREET, NEW YOBK,
September 10 _3mos.
?yyiLHAMS & GUION,
Aro. 71 WALL-STREET, NEW YORK,
Issue Circular Letters of Credit Through
ALEX. 8. PETRIE A CO., London,
AVAILABLE FOR TRAVELLERS IN ALL
PARTS OF EUROPE, Sec.
Sterling Exchange at Sight and Sixty Bays.
Orders for STOCKS, BONDS and MERCHAN?
DISE executed In london by cable or Mail.
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No. 25 Nassanastreet,
(CORNER OF CEDAE-SXBEET),
DEPOSITS RECEIVED FROiT INDIVIDUALS,
Firms, Banks, Bankers and Corporations, subject
to check at sight, sud interest allowed at the rate
of FOUR PER CENT, per annum.
CE RT1FICA T h S OF DEPOSIT ls-ued, bearing FOUB
PEB CENT, interest, payablo on demand, or after
fix d dates.
COLLEC1IONS made on aU accessible points in the
United States,C.madaand Europe. Dividendsand
Courons also collected, and all most promptly ac?
counted for. .
ORBKES promptly execnted, for the purchase of
Gold also. Government and other Securities, on
INFORMATION furnished, and Purchases or Ex?
changes of Securities made ior investors.
NhGOiIATIONS of Loans and Fo;'iba Exchange
effected. Cmos September 19
rjlHE BENNETTS VILLE JOURNAL..
PUBLISHED IN BENN ETTSVILLE, 8. C., BY
STUBBS A LIT1LE, Proprietors. WM. LITTLE,
Editor; A. A. STUBB"1, Publisher.
The extensive circulation of the Bcnnettsville
Journal in the Pee bee country, renders it a supe?
rior advertising medium for the menhants and bu?
siness men of Charleston, who desire to extend their
business in this section of the State. 'The proprie?
tors have resolved to adver?so at prices to suit the
times, the Journal is the only paper published in
this portion of the State.
The editor will devote his time and energy to pro?
mote the interests aod maintain the supremacy of
the white race, and will unflinchingly perform his
duty in the defence of right and justice.
-yyESTAYAMD THE STAR OF EM?
PIRE TAKES ITS WAT.
SECURE A HOME AV THE GOLDEN STATE.
incorporated under the laws of the Stat?, No?
vember 30th, 1867, for thepurpoBe of providing
HOMES FOR ITS MEMBERS
AND TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES
At Five Dollar? Each,
PAYABLE IH UNITED STATES CURRENCY.
A Circular, containing a full description of
the property to bo distributed among the
Shareholders, Till be sent to any address npun
receipt of stamps to cover postage.
Information as to price of land in any por?
tion of the State, or upon any other subjeot
of interest to parties proposing to immigrate,
will be cheerfully furnished upon receipt of
stamps for postage.
J89-AJJ letters should be addressed, "SECRE?
TARY IMMIGRANT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA?
TION, Postoffice Box No. 86, San Francisco
California." Imo Vugnst 81
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Charleston, S. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
July 30_6mos ?
Ton can do all your Cooking, save time, ;
trouble and money, and avoid heating the :
house In Sommer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove, j
Ask for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN
(Oas) STOVE. They are the best. Take no '
Send for Circular.
Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas
Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Glue
Pots, sc, Ac
_Liberal terms to Agents. I
208 Pearl sSfj
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
August 24 Die 3mo
H. KELLERS Hi CO.,
DRUGGISTS AND APOTHECARIES,
No. 131 MEETING-STREET, NEAR MAREET
FRESH ADDITIONS OF
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS
?9S-PBES0R1PTT0NS POT DP WITH CARE.-gl
January 3 tuthe
H Y ITiiTlTr?"
A LIVING DEATH.
Tho confirmed dyspeptic may almost say with St
Peter, "l die daily." n The object of this arti?
cle is not to remind mmw him of bis pangs, bot
to show him how to ban | ish them forever. The
neans of immediate and permanent rehef are prof?
fered him in
PAN KN IN '8
And it is for him to say whether he will continue to
endure a living death, or put himeelrln a position to
render life enjoyable
Of the efficacy of this matchless vegetable stomachic
are to be found In every city and town in the South;
healthy men and wo m men, rescued from
torture by its use, ond BL eager to bear testimo?
ny to its virtues. It **? differs from any other
Bitters ii existence in this especial particular-it is
EXCHANGE PAIN FOR EASE,
A nd Weakness for Strength. Get rid of the ailments
which intei fere with enjoyment; cast gloom and des?
pondency to the winds; take a stronger hole* of life
and, m short, become a
Through the instrumentality of the most powerful
and popular of all vegetable invigorants and cor?
F.WKN?VS HEPATIC BITTERS.
Biliousness, Indigestion, General Debility, and all
the complaints which proceed from a want of proper
action in the liver, the stomach and the bowels, are
eradicated by a course of this great
Which not only comban and conquers diseases
that have entrenched t emselves in the system, but
is the best known safeguard against all unhealthy in?
fluences. Per. ons wh sa a ose occupations and
?rarsults subject them WLm to the depressing af?
ecte of a close, unwh I M ole some atmosphere,
should take it regularly as a protection against the
low fevers and other disorders which malaria engen?
ders. Individuals who are "
WASTING A WAT,!
Without any special complaint, except a gradual
declination of bodily strength and nervous energy,
will find in the BITTBBS A FOUNTAIN OF VITAL?
ITY AND VIGOR. A8 RE FRESHING AND EXfflLI
RA'fTNG AS A POOL IN THE DESERT TO THE
SAND-SCOBCHED AND FAINTING TRAVELLERS.
PANKNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS
Is composed of the pure juices (or, as they are me?
dicinally termed, Extracts) of Roots, Herbs and
Barks, making a preparation highly concentrated
and entirely lree from alcoholic admixture of any
kind. They will be found
AN UNFAILING CURE
For Liver Complaint,
nie or Nervous De
eases of the Sidneys,
sing from a Disorder
Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Chro
Kbllity, Chronic Ma?
and all Diseases ari
ed Liver or Stomach,
Piles, Fullness of
Blood to the Head,
Acidity of the Stomach,
Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
lor Food Fullness or Weight In the
Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking
or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach,
Swimming of the Bead, Hurried and Difficult
Breathing, i-lettering at the Heart, Choking or
Snffocating Sensations when in a Lying Posture,
Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs bet?re the
Sight, Fever sud Dull Pain in the Head,
Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness
of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the
Sirle, Back, Chest, Limbs, etc.,
Sudden Flnsbes of Heat,
Burning in the Flesh,
ings ot Evil and
Keep your Liver in
geativ? organs in a so
by the use of these re
will ever ass.ul you.
Norder-keep your di
und, healthy condition
medies, and no disease
WEAK AND DELICATE CHILDREN
Are made strong by the us? of these Bittere.
Recovering from any severe attack of sickness, will
find the=e Bitters peculiarly useful in restoring lost
strength, by removing thc cause of oebility and In?
creasing the appetite. They should take a teaspoon?
ful three times a day, mixed with a little water.
The Hepatic Bitters are also recommended to those
suffering with Chills sud Fevers, when lt can be
taken in connection wiih other remedies prescribed
for such complaints, and will assi<t the action of
these medicines, supplying thp system with the
much needed strength lost under the debilitating
effects of malaria upon tho constitution. The doss
in such cases, for a grown person, would be a table?
spoonful three times a day, immediately before
Dvapeptics should never be without a bottle of
HEPATIC BTTTERS, as they bave been uniformly
found to restore the stomach to its lost energies, and
thus lead the patient back to the enjoyment of tho
blessing of perfect health. They should take a des?
sert spoonful thr- e times a day, an hour before each
meal. These Bitters are also recommended to phy?
sicians, and can be used by them In lieu of other
tonics, such as 'linet. Columbo, Tinct. Bark. linet
Gentian, and all the cat a alegue of 'bitter tonics;
far excelling these in its 1 action upon the system,
being a combination of I many useful tonics and
aromatic carminatives, which are rendered aperient
by the addition of a little Turkey Rhubarb, making
a preparation long needed by the profession.
Bee that the signature C. F. PANKNIN is on the
label of each bottle, mu All others are coun?
terfeits. Principal Of Vii flee and Manufactory
at the German Med! Iva cine Store, No. 123
MEETING-STREET, CHARLESTON, 8. C.
C. F. PANKNIN, Proprietor.
HEGEMAN & CO., No. 203 Broadway, N. Y.,
Panknia'8 Hepatic Bitten?, per bottle.$1 00
Panknin's Hepatic Bitters, half dozen. 5 00
45-Do not forget to examine well the article you
buy m order to get the genuine.
JOB SALE BY
GOODRICH WI NEMAN dc CO,
No. 23 BA YNE-STREET, CHARLESTON S. C.
AND BY ALL DRUSGISTS AND DEALERS EN
MEDICINES EVERYWHERE. I
CHAKLKST?il CITY II AI LAI .iY COM.
OmCB CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO..V
CORNER BROAD AND EAST BAY PTKBETS, Y
CHARLESTON, SO. CA.. May 18, ]&& ).
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave Upper Terminus Leave tower Terminu
at 7.30 A.M., and at inier- at H A.M., and at inter'
vals ol eight (8; minut?e vals of eight (8) minutes
during the day till the during the day till 10 P.
last trip at 9.30 P.M JL
N. H.-Leave the Battery aa follows : On the hour,
and twelve (12) minutes ot the hour, from a A. M.,
except at twelve (12) minutes oj 9 o'clock, A. M Every
other trip from the old Postofflce until 4.30 P. M.
from the Upper Terminus, when all tho tr Epa are to
RUTLEDGE'S TRE ET LINE,
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.0S A.M., and at inter?
vale of ten (10) minutes vals of ten HO) minutes
during the day till 9.20 during thc day till9,S5P.
N.B.-Leave the Boltery ot fifteen (15) minutes after
the hour, and thirty-five (35) minutes after the hour,
except at 8.35 A. M Every other trip from the old
Poetofflce until 4.30 P.M. from Upper Terrain us,,
when all the tripe are to the Battery.
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave the Lower Termi~
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.30 A.M., and afc
vals of dfteen (15) min- intervals of titeen (15)
utes till 7.00 P. M. minnies till 7.30 P. M.
N.B.-AU the trips are to the Battery.
HBTLEDG E-STREET LINE. .
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave' Lower TerminuSt
at 9 A.M., and at inter- I at 9.35 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20) vals of every twenty (20>
minutes till 6.45 P.M. | minutes tall 7.30 P.M.
N.B.-AU the trips are to the Battery.
S. W. RAMSAY,
May 17 Secretary and Treasurer.
SOUTH. CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.)
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 9, 1868. f
ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 10TH, RICE".*
will be carried from Charleston to Cincinnati,
and Su Louis by the Green Line at NINETY CENTS
PER ONE HUNDRED POUNDS.
Parties shirping to St Louis must take the risk,
or Insure from Hickman to St Lapis by packets.
No insurance necessary on the route to Cincin?
nati. H. T. PEAKE,
September 10 thstulmo
CHANGE OF SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTA AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPEBTNTENDtNT'S OFFICE, 1
COLOMBIA, S. c., March 31,1868.1
ON AND AFTER IBIS DATE, THE TRAINS
over this Road will ron as follows :
Leave Columbiaat.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at..n.35 P. M.
Arrive at Columbiaat.6.00 A. M.
Passeugers taking this route, going North make
close connections at Greensboro', Weldon and Ports,
mouth, to all principal Northern cirio?.
4S~Tickets optional from Grerhsboro', either vis?
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either
via Bay Line or Annam?sslc Route. Baggage checked
Connections made both ways with trains of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
April 2 Scperm tendent
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPEBTNTENDEM'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, g. C., March 26. 18?3. I
ON AND AFTER SULDAY, MARCH 29TH, THB
PASSENGER TRAINS of the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. M.
Arrive at augusta.3.30 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and.
Leave Charleston.>.6.30 A. M*.
Arrive at Columbia.3.50 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad and.
F?B CHARLESTON. v.
Leave Augusta.6.00 A. a?
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.0 00 A. M.
Arrive at Charl-eton.3.10 p. M.
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
I SC ND ATS EXCEPTED.)
Leave erarles, on.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Aurista.6.46 A. M.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, NaahvUle
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10 P. M..
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M..
COLUMBIA NIGHT tXPP.ESd.
Leave Charleston.6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting (.-mundays excepted) with Greenville and1
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
St MMEBVTLLE 1BALN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.5.16 S. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. M...
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Ringville.2.20 P. M..
Arrii e at Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.5.10 A. M.
Arrive at King ville.7.40 A. M.
(Signfd) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent
O HT HU NUKED -MILES
UNION PACIFIC BA IL BO A J>
ABE NOW FINISHED AND TN OPERATION.
Although this road is built with great rapidity, the
work is thoioughly done, and is pronounced by the
United States Commissioners to be first-class in
every respect, before it is accepted, and before any
bonds can be issued upon it '
1 aplenty and excellence of cona'ruction have been
secured by a complete division of labor, and by dis- -
tributing tbe twenty thousand men employed along
the lino tor long distances at once. It is now prob?
able that the
WHOLE LINE TO THE PACIFIC WILL BE COM?
PLETED IN 18e9.
The Company have ample means of which the gov?
ernment grants tho right of way, and all necessary
timber and other materials found along the line of
its operations; aleo, 12,800 acres of Und to the mile,
token in alternate sections on cac o side of its road;
also. United States thirty-year bonds, amounting to
from SK,COD to $48,000 uer mile, according to the
difficulties to be surmounted on tho various sections
to be built, for which it takes a second mortgage as
security, and it is expected that not only the inter?
est, but the principal amount may be paid in ser?
vices rendered by the Company in transporting
troops, mails, Ac.
?1 Ht EARNINGS OF THE UNION PACIFIC RAIL?
ROAD, from its way or local business enly, during
the year ending June 30th, 1868, amounted to over
FOUB MILLION DOLLARS,
which, after paying aU expenses was much more
han sufficient to pay the interest upon ita Bonds.
These earnings are no indication of the vost through
traffic that must follow the opening of the line to the
Pacific, but they certainly prove that
FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
upon such a property, costing nearly three times; .
Are Entirely Secure.
The Union Pacific Bonds run thirty years, are for
$1000 each, and have coupons attach td. They bear
annual interest, payable on the first days of January
and July at the Company*? office in tho City of New
York, at the rate of rix per ceut in gold. The prin?
cipal is payable in gold at maturity. The price is
102, and at the present rate of gold, they pay a libe?
ral income on their cost
A very important consideration in determining the
value or these bonds is THE LENGTH OF TIMS
THEY HAVE IO BUN.
It is well known that a lor J on d a'.ways commande
a much higher p. ice tbs" jhort one. It is safe to
assume that during the ?.<. thirty years, the rate of
interest in the Unite5 ..ates will dec ine as it bas
Jone in turope, and no have a right to expect that
fuch six per cent securities as these wiU be held at
ss high a premium as those of this government,.,
whicb, in 1857, were bought in at 20 to 23 per cent,
above par. The export demand alone may produce'
this result and as the Li?ue of a p irate corporation,,
they are beyond the reach of political action.
Thc Company believe that their Bonds, at the pre?
sent rate, ate the cheapest security in ihe market,
and the right to advance the price at any time is
reserved. Subsc iptio-s will be received in New
York at the
COMPANY'S OFFICE, No. 20 NASSAU-ST.,.
JOHN J. CISCO di SON, Bankers,
No. 59 WAXL-STBEET,
And by thc Company's Advertised Agc nts
throughout the United States.
y Remittances should be made in drafts or
other funds par in New York, and the Bonds will be
sent free of charge by return express. Parties sub?
scribing through load agents will look to them for
their safe delivery.
33- A PAMPHL ET AND MAP FOR 1868 has ju9t
boen published by tho Comoany, giving fuUer infor?
mation than is possible in an advertisement respect?
ing the Progress of the Work, the Besouroes of the
Coun'ry traversed by the Road, the Means for Con?
struction, and the Value of the Bonds, which will be
sent free on application at the Company's Offices, or
to any of the advertised Agents.
JOHN J. CISCO, Treasurer,
September 19 Imo Kew York.