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He loves sot well whose love is bold;
I would not have thee come too nigh;
The sun's gold would not seem pure gold
Unless the sun were in the sky.
To cake him thence and chain hiT near,
Would make bis beauty disap t ear.
He keeps his state; do thon keep thine
And alune upon me from afar?
So shall I bask ia light divine
That falls from love's own guiding star.
So shall thy eminence b? high.
And so my passion shall not die.
But all my Ufe s'iall reach its hands
Of lofty longing toward thy face,
And be aa one who speechless stands
In raptuie at tome perfect grace.
My love, my hop.. my au shall be
To look to heaven and look to thee.
Thine eyes shall be the heavenly rights,
Thy voice ihall be the summer breeze,
What time it ?ways oo moonlit nights,
The munnruins tops of leavy trees.
And I will touch thy beauteous form
In June's red roses, rich and warm.
But thou thyself shall come not down
From that pure region far above;
But keep thy throne and wear thy crown
Queen of my b e i rt and queen of love.
A monarch in thy realm com pie :e,
.And I a monarch-at thy feet.
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LIST OF SHIPPING
Ia the Port Ot Charleston, September 34.
rxssxLS r/SD EB 100 TONS, uro STXAXB&S COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Auger A Co.
Sea Gull, 016 tons, Dutton, at Union wharf, for Bal?
timore, loading-Courtenay A Trenhohn.
E C Winthrop, 940 to a s, Stuart, at Atlantic wharf,
to load for Liverpool-Patterson b Stock.
BOW Doug-, S3? tons, Thompson, at Central wharf,
from Philadelphia, dis chirping-H F Baker &
Mary A Louisa, 428 tons, Davis, at Union wharf,
hom New York, diacharging-Master.
Scio (Br), 181 ions, Brown, at Bennett's wharf, f r
Matanzas, ready-J A Enslow b Co.
Cecilia (Br), 202 tons, BLsturp. at Boyce A Co's
wharf, from Liverpool, discharging-R T Walker.
Neurita/-._tons, , st Quarantine, from Ma
tan..ia, waiting-J A Enslow A Co.
Robert Caldwell, 4G6 tons, McCormick, in Ashley
Elver, for New York, loading-W Roach.
W R Beebee, 406 tons, Lozier, in Ashley River, for
for Nsw York, loading-J A Enslow b Co.
Alonzo 0 Austin, 234 tons, Foster, at Marshall's
wharf, for Boston, ready-H Goldsmith A Sons.
Prudence, - tons, HcCobb, hi Ashley River, lor a
Northern Pott, loading-Olney b Co.
Jonas Smith, 397 toes, Nichols, at N E Railroad
wharf, for Providence, ready-W Roach.
Lizzie Batchelder, 884 tons, Milton, at Adger'3
wharf, for Boston, loading-W Roach.
A G Ireland, 285 tons, Townsend, In Ashley River,
for New York, loading-J A Enslow A Co.
HaiY Manton, 284 tons. Gifford, at Atlantic, wharf,
from Nsw York, discharging-J A T Getty.
Waranga, 127 tons, Munro, at Central wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-H F Baker lt Co.
/inanri?l aub (immtiM.
Ki;port? for the Week ending Thur?d?}',
MATANZA9-Per British brig Scic-166,000 feet
Pitch Pine Lumber.
POBT IN CUBA-Per sehr Sophia-321 bbls and 151
sacks Southern Flour, 40 bbls Rosin.
BO" TON-Per febr A C Austin-190 bbls Spirits
Turpentine, 1332 bbls Rosin, 33 tons Iron, 17
bales BSRS. 4 . bis Phosphates.
PROVIDENCE-Per scbr Jonas Smith-230,000 feet
dry Flooring Boards.
NEW YORK-Per steamship James Adger-279 bales
Upland and 4 bales S I Cotton, 104 bales Domes?
tics, C bales Wu sta, 99 tierces Rice. 112 barrels
Rosin, 56 empty Barrels, 234 sicks Dried Fruit
.Per steamship Manhattan-509 bales Up?
land Cotton, 63 cassa Clay, 39 bbls H oslo, 70
bales Yarn, 307 bbls Flour, 310 packages Dried
Fruit, 206 empty barrels. 50 packages Sundries.
.Per steamship Monterey-568 bales Up
laid Cotton. 271 bbls Rosin, 53 tierces Bice, 89
bales Domestics. 3 bbls Wax, 69 bbls and 588
sacks Dried Fruit, 15 packages Sundries, 36.000
PHILADELPHIA-Per brig Josie A DeTereaux
200,000 feet Flooring Boards... .Per sehr Lilly
420 tons Phosphate Rook.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-266 bales Cot?
ton. 96 balsa Domestics, 563 packages Dried
Fruit (w-igbin? 46,565 lbs) 881 sacks Turk's
Island Salt, 50 tons Ashley Phosphates, 63,000
feet Lumber, 16 bales Rags, Ac, 14 biles Hides,
6 rolls Leather. 16 hhds Bones and Iron, 25
packages F arni turc, and Sundries.
The Charleston Money Market.
THURSDAY, September 24, 1868.
The market for stocks and bonds is dull with a do
cliniog tendency, but from the absence of any large
transactions it is impossible to give an; reliable quo?
tations. State securities cannot at present be quoted
reliably, and the nearest price made for bills receiv?
able is 60a76. First National Bank stock is in de
mond, with no sellers.
The banks axe buying New York sight at }? dis
count, five days' bills at discount, md ten and
fifteen days' bills at ?? discount.
Money commands 1 per cent per mon .h.
SOUTHESK BANK BILLS.
Back of Camden.30 ?00
Bank of Charleston.80 @i 0
Bank of Chester.9 000
Bank of Georgetown.9 OOO
Bank of Hamburg.10 @00
Bank of Newberry.3? ?32
Bank of South Carolina.10 @09
Bank of State of S Carouna, prior to 1861.13 01?
Bank of State ol 8. Carolina,after 1st Jan.,
Commercial Dank. Columbia.1 WOO
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 @00
Fanners' and Exchange Bank, Charleston. .1 @00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.9 @00
People's Bank, Charleston.SO 052
Planter's Bank of Fairfield. .4 ?00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank. Charles ton. 20 011
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
"Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charlaste*,
State Bank. Charlestoa. 6 00?
Union Bank, Charleston.82 ty Si
City of Charleston Change Bills.tc 097
State S. CarolinaTreasury Nota?_nom..00 001
BONDS. STOCKS A1TD COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds.IO 000
City of Columbia Coupons.40 000
South Carolina Railroad and Baak Mock
.whole abares).?. .16 000
South Carouna Railroad (half aharte).17X000
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent Bondi.05 000
S. C. Railroad Seven Per Cent. B'ds.77 000
& C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness .60 000
City of Charleston Six Per Osnt. Stock....37 088
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.12 000
SUte of South Carolina Bonds (old).nominal
State of South Carolina Bonds (aew issue,
of January 1,1867).nominal
State of South Carolina otoek.nominal
State of South CaroUna Coupons.unsaleable.
People's National Bank Stock.97 000
First National Bank Stock.par.
3 reen ville and Columbia Railroad State
guaranteed bonds.37 000
??orth eastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonds
(ex coupons).76 000
Northeastern R.R. 1st Coupons (past due).63 000
S?rth eoe tern E.R. Certificates ol Indebted?
Jbarleeton Oas Company Stock.18 009
Charleston City Railway Stock.fl 000
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(Stete guarantee).87 000
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 goo
Jity of Savannah Bonds.85 000
Sty of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1860).95 090
Sty of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1866).97 000
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock..62 054
am phis and Charlaston Railroad Bonds. 87 000
dem ph is and Charleston R. R. Ooapons. .f8 000
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
'OB TBS WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, 8XFTKHBEB 34.
COTTON.-This article, at the commencement of
he week opened at firm rates with an active de
oond; middling uplands being quoted at Liverpool
110.'4d ?* lb, but the market there has since some
rhat softened, and uplands have receded to lOd; the
lew York xnirket, during tho same time, receding
rom 26>; to 25@25J?c. The want of strength in
rices is caused to some extent by the decided in
rease in the receipts of the staple at tue g.ilf ports
nd Savannah, as compared with the previous year,
be excess being considered an evidence of a large
rop, the arrivals this season amounting, ap to the
8th inst, to about 35,00)biles, against about 18,000
tie yesr before. The position of the leading mar?
eta has been as follows: On Friday, the 18th inst.,
he article at Liverpool was active an 1 higher; sales
5,000 biles; uplands l?^d; thtv New York market
it the same day was moro steady ; sales 1800 bales at
5>sc. On Saturday the former was quiet and un?
hanged; sales 10,000 bale?; the latter was firm ; ede s
400 bales at On Monday tho former closed
ulet and lower; Biles 10,000 bales; uplands 10 #d ;
he latter was st?-dy; sales 830 bales at 23>i s. On
tuesday the former dtolined a fraction; Bates 8000
.!es; uplands 10J; the utter was a shade lower;
ales 1100 bales at 2C@233?o. On Woiuosday the
inner was easier but not quotably low >r ; siles io,
00 bales; the latter was duU and a anode easier, wita
ght sales at 25J?@26. Yesterday tbs formo: wu?
asier; sal s 8C03 balta, and tho latter dull and low
r at 25@25&.
In this market early in the week transactions were
enerally on the basis of 24c ?3 lb for mlddUngs, but
trices have since receded to 22%c.
The receipts at (his point bavo been 29 bags of sea
stands and Floridas, and 18S3 bolos ol upland cot?
on, against - boles of sei island and Floridas, and
100 bales of upland cotton for tho corresponding
reek last year. The following report will show the
laily transactions and prices in this m arket.
On Friday, September 18. the market opined ac?
ive atan improvement of >i@lc, but close 1 quiet
?ales 225 bales, ordinary to good ordinary being
rooted atlSa22c, low middling at 23c, and middling
kt 24c 9 lb.
On Saturday holders were firm and the stock light,
vhich limited the transactions. Soles near 200 bales;
iw tations continuing unaltered.
On Mendav the inquiry was moderate, with seR
trs asking foll prices, the transactions amounting to
157 boles; ordinary togood ordinary being quoted at
!S?22, ".ow mtddUngat 23, and middling at 24c fi lb
On Tuesday, some transaction] t.ok place at an
?orly hour, at about the rotes of, the day bet?re, but
ifterwarls declined about J? cent 9 m. Sales 262
mles, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 18
822; low middling at 23, and middling at 23}? cte.
On Wednesday, there was a fair demand, but re
reding rates in the leading marketa caused prices t?
all off about %c. ft lb. Sales 261 bales, ordinary to
pod ordinary being quoted at 18 321 ; low middling
tt 22@22>i; middling at 23, and strict middling at
!3>?@24c. 9 lb.
Yesterday thc article was active, but prices declin
K1 Kc. 9 lb. Sales near 300 boles', say 13 at 20>i; 25
it 21; 45 at 21 ii ; 53 at 22; 19 at 92K; 06 at 22& and
5 bales, prepared by the Gullett Gin.at 25c. 3 lb. We
Ordinary to Good Ordinary..*.... 18 @2l
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals have been about
!9 bales for the weok, all new cotton, 24 of wnich
?vere from Florido, 4 from Wadmalaw, and 1 from
Beaufort, S. C. Some 8 bales of new, of m diam to
medium fine qualities, were sold, say 1 Florida at $1
fi rb, 1 Carolina sea Island at 00e. fl lb, 2 do. at 95c
P lb, and i d >. at r 1 ft. Tacre have not been suf
ieient transactions on which to base reliable quota?
tions, and until operations assume a more extended
?hankttcr we omit them. Reports ia reference to the
:rop continue unqualifiedly bad, and only the most
.imited yield caa be looked for.
RICE.-The new crop ls beginning to come for?
ward, and with tie expectation of a fair production
n proportion to the land cultivated, buyers gen era]
y ofl\r declining price?. We note sales for the week
>f about 123 tierces new good rice at 8>?c. V lb. ; 30
.ii rees of new good clean Carolina at 8 li c. $ 16. ; 20
I JU t I 1 X> ll l I KT m -
tierces Carolina prime at 8}?c fl ft.; SO tierces do.
do. at Bc fl ft. The arrivals have been some 7000
bushels cf new Carolina rough and 90 tierces of new
Carolina clean, the latter from Georgetown, 8. C.
We quote good clean Carolina at 8Kc. fl ft. ; good
to common prime at 85?@9c. V ft. A cargo of 2000
bushels of routih rice was sold on private term?. We
quote Carolina rough rica at $1 50@2 fl bushel.
NAVAL STORES .-There have been re eived about
900 bbls. Rosin has been sold at $2 50? 3 CO for
No. 1, $2 for No. 2, and $1 90 for No. 3. Spirits of
turpentine has been disposed of at 38@39}?c. fl gal
lon, the latter in New York barrels. Crude turpen?
tine is without change, say $2 63 fl bbl. for virgin
HAY.-The arrivals of North River qualities for
the week have been liberal, say about 1400 bales. No
Eastern has boen received. Some 800 baies of North
River were sold from the wharf on private terms.
CORN.-There have been no receipts of note du?
ring the week, but there is au ample stock on the
market with an exceedingly restricted demand,
Pnces remain without important change, the trans?
actions being mostly of a retail character. Jobbing
loteare stiling at $1 18@1 20 fl bushel, sacks includ?
ed, by weight By the car load from the depot the
article may be quoted nominal at $113al 15 9 bush?
el, weight, sacks included, for Tennessee descrip?
tions. Large lots are diffleult to move, and would
have to be sold at considerable concessions.
FLOUR.- 1 he market has an easier tendency, and
prices are generally lower. Wo quote Southern
super at $9 75alO ppr bbl, extra at 10 BOill per bbl,
and family at$llal2 per bb'; Northern super may
be quoted at about S9a9 2 j per bbl, ex tra at SI Ol 10 50,
and family at Sllall 50 per bbl. The market is well
supplied with most b-ands. The first cargo of South?
ern flour shipped to a fo.-elgn port from this place
since the war his taken place during the wee'', des?
BACON-Is in light demand with a moderate I tock,
but at rather easier prices. Wo quote as follows:
say 15al5,:2'c per ft for prime shoulders, 17jjal8c per
ft for prime nb, and 13 J18;,'C per ft for prime clear
rib sides; prime strips at 20: per ft, and second
quality and inferior hams at 12al7c. The market is
bare of second quality shoulders.
SALT.-We note sales at $1 90 fl sack from store.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is well supplied,
and there ls a fair demand pre vallie g. The article may
be quoted at abott 24a fl yard. New York gunny
cloth is held at 26 cents. Dundee bagging, 44 inches,
1>4 Bs. to the yard, is held at 3O03S oents. Sea
island bigging, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. to the yard,
is held a 60065 cents.
ROPE.-Tho demand for rope ls light and prices
are somewhat nominal at quota-tions. We quote
hemp at - cents $ ft.; greenleaf at litany cents,
and juts at 8>?09 cents $ pound.
IRON BANDS ANO TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered on the market but the
demand at present is light
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a moderate
stock of this article, and we quote river floor?
ing boards at $13 fl M.; scantling and plank
$10012 fl M.; timber of snipping and good mill
qualities there is a light supply on the market
and may be quoted at $11912 fl M. Common ia
selling at $506 fl M. ; and city sawed lumber at
120025 V M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool a ship bas been placed
on the berth at fi fl ft. for uplands. To West
Indies and Northern coastwise ports vessels are
in demand for lumber freights. To Liverpool, nomi
aa!. To Havre nominal. To the West Indie?, Cuban
ports, north side, on lumber, $10012, gold, and $110
(ll south side. Coastwise-To New York by steam,
12 fl bale on uplands, and -c. on sea islands, $1 60
ierceon rice; by sail, somewhat nominal fl ft on np
ands, and -c. f* tierce on rice, on ress wed
umber $11 9 M, and on timber $13. To Boston
>y steam, -c. fl lb on cotton and -c fl tierce on
ice; by sail -$ ft on cotton, $11 00 $ H. on
?esawed lumber, and $13 00 fl M. on timber. To
Philadelphia, -c. fl ft on upland cotton by steam and
-c.fi ft by sail; on flooring boards $8 500950 9 M.
Co Baltimore, by steam, cotton fl bale, $1 50; rice fi
loree, $1 25; phosphates, fl 2000 lbs., $4 in
mcksges, in bulk as per agreement; lumber
gt M $8010, as in size; wheat fl bushel 12c, in sacke.
;;y thu line to Philadelphia on cotton, fl bale.
12; rice 9 tierce $1 50; phosphate per ton, tc i
n packages. To Louisville. Ky., on rice, 76c. fl
lund rod. To Cincinnati 55c. To St Louis 85c.
?y sail on boards and scantling, hence to Baltimore,
?8; on lamber $10; ph .>-obstes $5. Y easels are in 1
lemand at neighboring ports for lamber sud timber
EXCHANGE-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
rae 152% for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks aro purchasing
ight checks on New York %, dis., 5 days X discount
0 days ?i discount 16 days 1 disco tint, 20 days \}?
iiscount 30 days 1J? fl cent, discount They are
?liing sight checks at M premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
4, :.nd selling at 46.
Markets by Telegraph,
FOREIGN MARKETS. 1
LONDON, September 24- Noon.-Consols 94^a
<i >i. Bonds 72. .
Evening.-The bullios in the Bank of England has
LIVERPOOL, September 24-Noon.-Cotton flat;
tales 8000 bales, tugar easier.
Two P. M.-Cotton easier. Lard 72s 3d. Pork
noyant at 90s. Tallow 46s 3d. Turpentine 26s 3d.
Evening.-Cotton dull; sales 10,000 bales. Bread
tuffs and lard dull. ;
NEW YORK, September 24.-Flour 5 to 10c lower. '
Vhoat la2c lower. Corn dull and slightly favors ,
myers. Me.?s pork dull at $28 12>? J2S 20. Lard
luR. Cotton lower at 25J?C. Turpentine quiet at
5 to 45Kc Rosin quiet. Mouey easy. St?rung
Evening.-Cotton heavy; sales 1100 bales at 25a
15%c. Flour, snpor?n?, SC 70a7 5); extra$7 85s8 50.
Ybeat 2 to3c. lower. Corn declining; ?nixed Wcst
irn $1 lflal 20. Mess pork $28 37. Lard 19*20#<\ j
ilhiakcy firm at $1 40, froo. Groceries firm and i
iteady. Turpentine lower at 45>?a46. Rosin $2 Gd
' 50. Tallow heavy at IS^alS*;. Freights steady.
02 coupon* 114. Tennessee now 68?. North Caro?
nia new 71. Virginia new 64. Gold excited and J
?erv a rive; market closed weak at 41,','. Stetting
lulet at 6%. Southern bonds lower.
BALTIMORE, September 24-Cotton dull at 25>ic.
Hour du 1 and nominally unchanged. Wheat firm.
;orn and oats steady. Rye 4)a60. Provisions active
>ut-easier. Mess pork $30 50. Rib sides lG><c.
Shoulders IS.1*c. Hams 21 He Lard 20a20>ic.
WILMINGTON, N. C., September 24.-Spirits tur
Dentine firm at 39. Rosins steady; strained $17$;
Ho 1 $191; No 1 $2 7533 10. Tar firm at $1> 60. Cot?
ton quiet; middlings 23.
AUGUSTA, September 24.-Cotton closed [easier;
tales 182 bales. Receipts 259 bales. Middling 22c.
SAVANNAH, September 24.-Cotton dall and nomi
iah Mi'dings 2 lo. Sales 91 bales. Receipts 1482
jales. Exports coastwise 1582 balee.
MOBILE, September 24.-Cotton-sales U00 bales;
middlings 21>ia22c; market opened at theiiielde,but
ilosod firm at the outside figure; receipts 311 bales;
NEW ORLEANS, S?ptember 24.-Cctton declined;
Stiddlngs 22c, sales 1600 bales; receipts 3865. Ster
ing nominal; bank 53. York sight >? di ?count. The
receipt ofpioduce heavy yesterday.
CINCINNATI, September 24-F.our dull. Corn
Inner; in the ear 99-a$l. Whiskey $1 50. Mess
pork dull at $28 50. Btcon firm and irregular.
Shoulders ll}?al2c. Clear side) 15^al6c. Lard
ST. LOUIS, September 24.-Superfine flour $5 50a
585. Corn, choice yellow and white 94a95c. Mess
perk $29. Bacon firm. Clear fides lOalO^c Shoul?
ders 12,'ic. Lord 19e. Whiskey lower, $1 45.
WILMINGTON, September 23.-TURPENTINE-Is
in moderate request and market steady. Sales of
555 bbls at $2 7.1 for soft, per 280 lbs.
fr'PEirrs TURPENTINE-Market quiet and price Jic
lower. Sales of 76 bbls at 39>?c per gallon.
ROSIN-Soles of 628 bbls at $1 75 fir strained, $1 80
tl 90 tor No 2, $3 50a4 for No 1, and $4 25 for low
TAR-Market s tea ly, with eales of 63 bbls at $2 60
COTTON-One small lot sold at 23c for middlln?.
TIMBEE-Two raits sold at ?9 for fair, and $12 60
per M for extra mill. .
Sew York Market.
The New Jork Commercial Advertiser of Tuesday,
September 22, says:
Money shows a steady hardening tendency, and
i [though the balk of the business on csll is done at
I per cent, yet there aro more banks and bankers
than ol late unwilling to lend below 5 per cent
Some uneasiness ???n8 .?0TTT ,ha8
from tho supposition **Jt the d?cimo in gold has
been caused by sales of cO*B at Sob-treasury;
tho supposition, however, is wolly ungrounded,
the Assistant Treasurer having i2?de no sales pi gold
Discounts are fairly active, prime paper generally
bringing 7 per cent, exorpt on some ehort date,
which is current at 6?? per cent.
NEW YOItK. September 22-2 P. M.-FLOTO. AC
The flour market continues irregular, unset! l"d and
The sales are 9,1 f 0 barrels at $C 70a7 60 for super?
fine State; $7 86aS i0 for extra State; $8 15a8 40 for
choke do; $8 60i9 1u for fancy do; $6 70a7 60 for
superfine We-tern; $7 60a8 50 for comm m to medi?
um extra Western; $8 6f a9 20 for choice do; $9 23
alO 90 for good to choice white wheat extra; ? 8 20a
8 70 for common to good shipping brands extra
round hoop Ohio; $8 75al0 70 for trade brands;
$8 75a10 0U for common to fair extra St, Lou's;
and $10 50al3 60 for good to choice do, the market
Southern flour is dull and drooping; sales 440 bbls
at $8 7'Ja9 33 for common to fair extra, and $9 40al4
for good to choice do.
California flour is heavy. Sales 400 sacks at (9
GRAIN-The wheat market is dull, and la2<! lower.
Sales 49,000 bushs at $160al 70 for No 8 spring; $1 75
al 80 for No 2 sp ing. and $2 62>ia2 72yt for white
Corn is a shade easier. Sa'es 86,000 bushs at $114
al 18 for unsound, and SI lPal 20 for sound mixed
Western; and M 20 forhiifh mixed. Dearly yellow.
Oats are lc better, wi h an active speculative de?
mand. Sales 17.0.0 bashs a* 75 i75>?c for new West?
ern, afloat a.d in store; 81}?a8?c for old do in store;
7Gc buyer all September, anJ including 60,000 bushs
to arrive at 74c
RICE-Is quiet and rnchanced.
fcuoAH-1 be nurket is active and firmer. Sales
since our las) 4500 hhds at 10 12c for Cuba; ll>iil3c
for Porto Rico, and 87J boxes Havana at lO^alOJic
MOLAWTES-la ia good request at firmer prices.
Sales since our last 4t)u hhds at 40a42c forMjscova
de, and 60c for Porto Rico.
COFFEE-Rio is quiet and steady, with sales since
our last of 850 bags at ll??al2c, gold, in bond. Other
kindB are dull aud unchanged.
Har-Is steady at 76a80c for shipping, and $110a
1 40 for retail lots.
TEA-ls quiet and steady. Sales J6.*0 half chests
green and 2u0 do Oolonc on private terms.
PROVISIONS-Pork is lower i>ales 830 ? bl3 at $28 ?0
a23 75 for mess, closing at $28 60, regular: $28 5 a29
for old do; SJ4a24 60 for primo, and $26 60a26 75 for
Beef is dull. Sales 125 bbls, at $13a20 60 for new
plain mess; and $20 C0o24 75 for new extra mess.
tierce beef is dull and nommai at $2la33 for prime,
and $<JUa3i> for India mess,
Peef hams are dull and heavy at $25i80.
Cut meats are dull. Sales 150 pkgs at 12c, 13c. for
shoulders, and 14cal9c for hams.
Lard is a Bhude easier. S-al-t 100 tes. at from 18 Uc
a2dc for Na. 1 to prime steam, chiefly at 19??cal9^c
for prime steam, and 20a20%c for kettle-rendered.
Also, 1500 toe. steam, seller January, at 15c.
Butter is firm at 31ca38c for Ohio, and 38ca45c for
WHISKEY-IS firm. Sales 200 bbls., in bond, at
COTTON-Is a shade easier. Sales 300 bales at 26c
a26|?c fo : middling uplands.
Charleston 'Wholesale Prices.
BAQOINQ, ? yard
Dundee. 30 ? 65
Gunny Cloth. 24 @ -
BALE ROFE. S ft-ManUla. 24 @ 25
Western. 08 @ 12>i
Jue.'.. 8>i@ 09
COTTON, 9 ft
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. IS @ 21
Low Middling. 22 SI -
Middling to Strict Middling. 22^@ 23
Good Middling. - @ -
Sealsland.,.. - @ -
COFFEE, ?Mb-Rio..1..I 20 ? 26
Laguayra.I 2h fi -
Java.I 35 @ 40
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos. 65.00 @ -
Potato FerhUzer. 60.00 ? -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 ? -
Bone Flour. 65.00 ? -
Double Refined Poudrctte. 30.00 ft -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 ? -
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 75.00 & -
Phoenix Guano. 56.00 ? -
Haugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 fts... CO.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 66.00 ? -
Mapod'SuperPhosphate,? 2000 ft 65.00 ? -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. ?5.00 ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 65.00 fi -
Woolaton's Phosphate of Lime..-. I 66.00 ? 00
Croasdale's GOD. Super-Phot, net 60.00 & 00
Bower.' ComOlete Manure, net... | 60.00 ? 00
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super. 9.00 ? 0.2?
Northern and Western Extra.10.50 fill.CO
Baltimore Extra. - ? ' -
Southern-Super. 9.76 ?11.00
9RA IN- Maryland Oats, fl bushel, i - ? -
Western Oats, fl bushel. - ? -
Corn, fl bushel. 1.17 fi 1-36
SAY, fl cwt.-North River. 1.29 ?a -
Eastern.j - ? -
CUMBER, fl M. teel
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.'60.00 @56.00
White Pine, good run. 38.00 ?40.00
YollowPme. 20.00 ?26.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.12.00 (316.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 032.00
MOLASSES, $ gallon-Cuba.| 42 ? -
Muscovado. 61,*?? -
Sugar House. 60 ?1.00
New Orleans. - ,'? -
WA VAL STOBBS, fl bbl-Tar.... - ? -
Pitch. - (fi -
Rosin, Pale. 3.50 @ 4.00
Rosin, No. 1.1 2.53 @ 3.00
Rosin, No. 2.1 2.00 ? -
Boam, No. 3. 1.9C ? -
6bir(tt> Turpentine, Tr gallen.| 36 ? 39.S'
Oi..uin. * ID. I 16 ?ii -
American, 4(a)20d, V> keg..| 5.80 & 7.00
POWDE?-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.. ..| 6.70 @ -
Dupont's, F.F.F.15.60 ? -
Dupont's, Blasting.| 4.38 @ -
Bacon, Hams, fl ft.| 22 ? 23
Bacon, bides.| 1???? 18)?
Bacon, Shoulders. 15 to \6%
Bacon, Strips. 20 ? -
Lard, in keg. - fi -
Butter.-. 36 ? 40
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. - ? -
Onions.?. - ? -
Apples. - ? -
rtJC?-Oarollna, ft ft. 8?@ 9
East India. - ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarte, sock.. 1.90 ?2.00
Liverpool, fine. - wi -
SUGAR, fl ft-Raw.I 13 ? 14
Porto Rico.;.j 14 fi 16
MuHcovai" .:.I 13 ? 16
Comparative Exports of Cotton, from
thc Port ot Charleston.
Diner British Ports.
Total to Great Britain...
Other i reach Ports.
Total to Franco.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe..
?outh of Europe.
West Indies, Ac.
Total Foreign Ports..
Rhode Island, -c.
Baltimore and Not* ilk....
Other United Suites Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Exports of Klee. Naval Stores and Lim?
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to September 33, 1868
New Orleans .
Other O. S. Ports..
N. STORES. LUMBER.
Majorca A a Market
St Johns, N B.
Stocks of Cotton In the Interior Towns
not included in thc Receipt*.
Augusta and Hamburg.Sintember ll
Macon, Geo.September 21
Columbus, Geo.September 19
Montgomery, A's.September 19
Memphis, Tenn.September 10
Nashv?le, Tenn.September 21
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
1,372 bales tlpland, from Mobile. balee, from
Charleston 21 bags Pea Island and - bales Up?
land, and from Savannah- baga Sea leland and
ll bales Upland-the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
CT 1 wa M ?o
Consign?es per Sontn CaroUna Railroad,
217 bales Cotton, C5 bales Domestics. 817 bushels
Grain, 02 bales Waste, 160 bbls Flour, 64 bbls ISaval
Stores, 6 cars Wood, 4 cars Lumber. To Railroad
Agent, Frost A Adger, G H Walter k Co, WUlis A
Chisolm, G W Williams & Co, Pelzer, Rodgers k Co.
H F Baker k Co, W P Dowling, Campsen & Co, J N
Robson, Courtenay k Tronholni, Goldsmith 4 ^on,
Bollmann Bros. F W Claussen. G E Pritcbett, TH?
W Dewees. Holmes. Waities k K, W B Williams, T
Murphy, Caldwell k Son, C Litschgi, and Ostendorff
Per steamship Monterey, for New York-Joreph
Bay. J J O'Gradgand and 2 children, H Ahrrs, C
^P?* steamer EmUie, from Georgetown, S C-C
Mason. J R Sparkman, Jr, Miss Kate Hazzard, Mrs
G A Johnson, Mrs J W LaBruce, Miss M Mi tdleton,
barn Mortimer, B L Fraser, and otbers.
Port of Charleston. Sept'ber 25
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill 40 tes
tierces Rice. To Poreber k Hjury.
Sehr Julia, from Jehosseo Island. 2000 bushels
Rough Rico. To J D Aiken A Co.
6teamer Emilie, Davis, Georgetown, S C. 36&
ticrees Bice, and Mdze. To bhackelford A KeUy, E
E Miscall/. J M Eason A Bro, M Haig, West A Joaes,
J R Pringle. Klinck, Wickenberg A Co, J C Alston,
Sr Col C I Walker. Gon W G DeSausmre, A M Man
ic?ult. Dr A Raoul, W B Pringle, Dr H Boylston. J
M Sbackelford, Mrs C H West, D Paul A Co, E H
BY DRAYS FROM CHISOLM'S MILL
18 tierces Rico. To H Bischoff A Co.
Steamship Monterey, Ryder. New Yorlt-Ravenel &
British brig Scio, Blown, Matanzas-J A Enalow A
Sehr A C Austin, Foster, Boston-M Goldsmith A
Steamship Monterey, Ryder. New York.
Brig J A Devereaux, Clark, Philadelphia.
Front this Port.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowcll. New York, Fept 21.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, Sep?
WEXFORD, September 9 -The ship R H Tucker,
reported on Blackwater-Bank, took fire last night
and burned djwn to the water's edge; very little of
carzo or materials will be saved.
September ll-The captain and mate of tho R H
T?cke-, ?e.-tioyed by fire, have just arrived in Wex?
ford The J and fourteen others were picked off the
burning ship last night by tbe Courtowr. lifeboat
and lauded at Courtown. The Cahoro lifeboat took
off eieht of the crew earlier in the day, and landed
them at Ballgeary, BO that all hands have been saved.
The vessel i < completely destroyed. She has been
burned ii own to tho water line, und nono of the
careo is floating about, so that aU must have been
consumed. The iron lies m the bottom of the hull,
but none ol it can bi recovered. There is no ac?
count as to how the Aro originated, but it first broke
out in* the galley, and extended rapidty through the
LIST OF VKSSHLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORI
The Scotswood, Yeaman, sailed.Autrust 30
British bark AnsdeU, lurpeil, cleared.August 20
The St Louis, Hubbard, cleared.Sept 4
Bark Jenny Lind, Sherwood, sailed.August -
30,000 FRANCS ! !
HE RRING'S PATENT
AWARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
FA TR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR, New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Poris;
WINNER OF THEW AGEE
30,000 FRANCS ! !
(S6,000 IN GOLD).
At toe recent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
The public are invited to call and examine the re?
port of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
and see the official award to the Herring's Patent
over o? others.
HERRING, FARREL & SHER HAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murray-st., New York.
FARR hil., HERRING & CO., ) HERRING b CO.
Philadelphia, j Chicago,
HERRING. FARREL b SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
WALKER, LVAINS& COGSWELL
Nos. 3 BROAD AND IOU EAST BAY STREETS,
March 3 9mo
jp A LL AND WINTER IMPORTATIONS
MILLINERY GOODS 1
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWERS, PLUMES AND ORNAMENTS.
BONNETS AND LADIES' HATS
TN STRAW, SILK, VELVET AND FELT.
We offer the largest and best assorted Stock in the
United States, comprising all the latest Parisian No.
velUes, and unequalled in choice variety and cheap,
ARMSTRONG, GATOR Ai CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTIMORE-STREET,
August 25 Imo* Baltimore.
jp H. GR?PY di CO.,
LEATHER, HIDES AND OIL,
No. 42 SOUTH CALVE BT-STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA!
Q.RIFFIN, BROTHER Ai CO.,
No. 105 LOMBARD-STREET,
April 22 _fimos
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Apnl 20 6mo
JAMES KNOX.JOHN GILI
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS, )
No. 125 SMITH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE.
Consignments of COTTON, RICE Ac, respect?
fully solicited, and liberal advances made thereon.
Orders for CO UN and BACON promptly executed
.Tith caro and attention.
April 27 12mo?*
i A N o s : PIANOS::
GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BEE*.
_ AWARDED TO CHAS. M. SHEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 7 N. LIBERTY.
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
8TIEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Agraffe treble, Ivory
fronts, and the Improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for five years, with privilege of exchange
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory to
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand'from $50 to $300.
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUR PIANOS IN CSE:
Genoral Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Messrs. B, Burwell b Sons, Charlotte, N. 0,
Max Strakosch, Italian Opera.
Messrs. Pierson b Sons, Sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston, S. C.
April 22 limos
Q_EOilGE R. GAlTHrtH, JR.. Ai CO..
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 4 Camdcu-strcct, Baltimore.
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
RUMSEN, CARROLL Ai CO,
PRESERVERS, PICKLSRS, OYSTER PACKERS, tc,
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MLLE,
Prepared by the Baltimore Condensed Miifc Company
April 22 Cmos
HetD if ark pmitistrntnis.
J?OWLES BR^?lBlBHS^rBar^" .
No. 12 BUE DE LA PAIX, PABIS.
No. 76 STATE-STREET, BOSTON.
No. 19 WTLTJAM-STBEET, NEW TOBE.
Exchange on London and Parla bought and sold.
Bills on the Unicn Bank, London. Circular Let?
ters of Credit, available throughout Great Britain
and the Continent of Europe.
Parla, April 16, 1868. 3mos September 19
JJATCH, FOOTE di CO.
ABD DEALERS IN
GOLD, STOCKS, Ac.
Buy, sell and exchange at full market rates, all
issues of U. S. Bonds without dehy.
Importers and others supplied with gold.
Accounts received, Interest allowed, collections,
No. 12 WALL-STBEET, NEW TOBE,
September 19_3m oe.
"yyiLLIAMS di GUION,
No. 71 WALL-STREET, NEW FORK,
Isaac Circular Letters of Credit Through.
ALEX. 8. PETRIR & CO., London,
AVAILABLE FOR TRAVELLERS IN ALL.
PARTS OF EUROPE, &c.
Sterling Exchange al Sight and Sixty Day?.
Orders for STOCKS, BONDS and MERCHAN?
DISE executed in london by Cable or Mail.
September 19 2moe
GEOBQE OPDTKE. WM. A. STEPHENS
O. FEANCT8 OPDYKE.
GEORGE OPDYK.E & CO.,.
No. 25 Nassau-street,
(CORNER OF CEDAB-BTBEET),
DEPOSITS RECEIVED FRO il INDIYTDUALS,
Firms, Banks, Bankers and Corporations, subject
to check at sight, and Interest allowed at the rate,
of FOUR PEE CENT, per annum.
CERTIFICA TES OF DEPOSIT is-ued, bearing FOUE
PER CENT, interest, payable on demand, or after
COLLECTIONS made on all accessible points in the
United States, Canada and Europe. Dividends and
Coupons also collected, and aU most promptly ac?
ORDERS promptly executed, for the purchase of
Gold, also, Government and other Securities, on
INFOBMAHON furnished, and Purchases ot Ex?
changes M Securities made lor Investors.
N LOO 11 ATI ONS of Loans and Foreign Echange
effected._Cmos_ September 19
Iii ST S IXC 0??T)
?ol? Agents mSew^nrkfnr J ?cPA COJIS,
al Parsley-, Scotian!.
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS ANT? PUB
CHASERS OF SPOOL COTTON for use on Sewing
Machines, demanding the beet and strongest
J. & P. COATS' Noa. 60, 00 and 70
Expressly adapted to their wanta.
July 7 tuths3mo
TITESTWABD THE STAR OF EM?
PIRE TAKES ITS WAY.
SECURE A HOME IN THE GOLDEN STATE.
lucorpoiated under the laws of the State, No?
vember SOth, 18C7, for thepuipoae of providing.
HOMES FOR ITS MEMBERS
AND TO ENCOURAGE IMMIGRATION.
TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SHARES
At Five Dollars Each,
PAYABLE IN UNITED STATES CURRENCY.
A Circular, containing a full description or
the property to be distribute J among the
Shareholders, will b-j acm to any address upon
receipt of stamps to cover postage
Information as to prico of land in any por?
tion of tho State, or upon any other subject
of interest to parties proposing to immigrate,
will bo cheerfully furnished upon rocoipt of
stamps for postage.
J93-A11 lettars should be addresaod, "SECRE?
TARY IMMIGRANT HOMESTEAD ASSOCIA?
TION, Post?nico Box No. 83, San Francisco
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Cbarh ston, S. C.
Particular attention paid to Shipping.
July 30_fimos ?
MITT & HOWARD,
You can do all your Cooking, save time,
trouble and money, and avoid heating the
house In Summer, by using a
Kerosene or G-as Stove.
Ask for the UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN
(Gas) STOVE. They are the beat Take no
Send for Circular.
Also Attachments for Lamps or Gas
Burners, Nursery Lampe, Kerosene Glue
Pots. Ac, Atc
Liberal terms to Agents.
Igt Pearl St.ff X
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
Ko. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
August 21 nae 3mo