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THE DAILY NEWS.
Each and All.
J thought the sparrow's cote from heaven,
Singing at dawn on the alder bou^b,
I brought bim home in his nest at even,
He Bings his Bong, bat it pleases not DOW.
For I did cot bring home the river and sky;
He sang to my ow-they sang to my eye.
The dc nea io waves lay on the shore;
The bubbles of the lato-1 wave
Fresh pearls to their ?nam el gave;
And the bellowing of the savage sea,
Greeted their sate escape to me.
I wined away the weeds and foi'm,
I fetched my sea-born treasures home;
But the poor, unsightly, noisome things
Bad left the'r beauty on the shore,
With the sun and the sand and the wild uproar.
The Cbarleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY. NEWS, j
CHARLESTON. Friday Evening, October 2, 18C8. j
There was but little dono early in the day, the
market belog quiet and the transactions on the basis
of 24c. fi B) for middlings, but after receipt of tele?
grams a good demand sprung up with advancing
but rather irregular rates, some sales taking place at
the prices of tbe early part of the day, while others
showed an advance of ?@ "?c. $ ft. Sales 413 bales.
Bay lat 22?, 20 at 23?, 19 at 23?, 20 at 23}-", lat
23?. 77 at 24, 47 at 24?, 96 at 24?, 51 at 24?, 6 pre?
pared by the Gullet gin at 25c, and 54 on private
terms. Our quotations are based on the closing
raies of the day. We quote:
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.21?@23?
Low Middling.23;, (a. li
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, October 2.-Consols unchanged; bonds
PARIS, October 2.-Bourse firm; rentes 69 francs30
centimes. Bullion bas decreased 24,000.000 francs.
HAVRE, October 2.-Cotton higher and buoyant.
1 franc 35 centimes.
LIVERPOOL, October 2-Noon.-Cotton active and
tending upwards. Sales 15,000 bales. Sales of Oae
week S 5,000 bales, whereof 1700 bales are for export
and 9000 for speculation. Stock on hand 424,000
ba'es, whereof 107,000 are American. Breadstuff
and provisions unchanged. Sugar firm.
Two P. M.-Cotton buoyant; uplands 10?d, Or?
leans 10? d. The salee will reach 18,000 bales. Stock
afloat 581.000, of which 6000 are American.
Three P. M.-Cotton buoyant; uplands 10?d, Or?
leans 10? d, uplands afloat 10 ? J. Yarns and fabrics
at Manchester quiet. Bed wheat dechhed to 10s Td.
Evening.-Cotton closed buoyant; prices un?
changed; sales 20,000 bales. Corn 36s. Common
rosin 5s 6cl. Turpentine 25s. Sugar afloat 25s 9d
NEW YORK, Oct. 2-Noon.-Money active on call
at 7 ; Sterling 8?. Gold 39?. Flour dull and 10?15c
lower. Wheat dull and favors buyers. Corn heavy
and lc. lower. Pork dull at $28 37?. Lard quiet;
steam I9?al9?. Cotton firmer at 26?a27c. Tur?
pentine quiet at 43?a44. Rosin dull ; strained com?
mon 2 50. Freights firmer.
Evening-Cotton a shade firmer and closed rather
quiet; Balee 1800 bales at 26?a27c. Flour heavy
and unsettled, but rather more doing; common to
fair extra Southern, $8 50a915. Wheat favors buy?
ers. Corn very heavy and 1 to 2c lower. Mess
pork, $28 50. Other provisions and groceries un?
changed. Turpentine, 43?a44c. Ro? in, $2 45a7 50.
Freights firm r on grain; on cotton unchanged.
Money continues active, on call at Y Sterling ad?
vanced to8?a8?. Gold weak at 39?. Southern
bonds stronger and higher.
WILMINGTON, October 2-Turpentine steady at
39c Boein firm; strained, $170; extra, $2 25. Tar
firm at $260. Cotton, rniddhng, 24c
BALTIMORE, October 2.-Cotton firm and advanc?
ing. Flour dull and nominal. Wheat dull; prime
to choice red $2 25a2 60. Corn and other articles
firm and unchanged.
. AUGUSTA, October 2-Cotton firm; sales300 bales;
receipts 471 bales; middling, 24c; sales for the
week 2000 bales; receipts 2186 bales.
SAVANNAH, October 2-Cotton firm, but in light
demand; middling, 24?a25c; sales 183 bales; re?
ceipts 960 bales.
MOBILE, October 2.-Cotter-sales 16,000 bales;
middlings 2S?a24; receipts 490; ?xpOrtf ?20; sales |
for the- wee* 4750; receipt? 3777; exports, foreign
hone; coastwise ll8i; ?toe* 12,437. Freigbts-by
steam ?d; by saU ll-16d; coastwise ?d.
NEW OfXJU?, October 2.-Cotton active and ad
vanced; middlings 24?; eales 2600 bales; receipts
3977; salee for the week 20,000 bales; receipts, gross
17,600; net 17,018; exports, coastwise 3964; to Liver?
pool 4700; to Continent 1905; stock 38,148, Sterling
48?a50. New York sight exchange ? discount.
Gold 38?, Sugar rather better; grocery grades 12?
^Wtftaboxwi JINFQi to hids- Molasse8 ?y to*
cargo 81?*35. : '
CINCINNATI, October 1-Family flour $9 to 9 25.
Corn quiet and firm at $1.05. Mess pork firm at
$29 50. Lard firm at 19?c. Shoulders 12c; clear
Bid?3 IP: ; hams 19al9?c. Whiskey dull at $1 28.
NASHVILLE, September 29.-COTTON-Only one
hale received to-day and three bales shipped. The
receipts' of th? wuek amount to only eight bales,
with shipments of twenty. We append :
NASHVILLE COTTON STATEMENT.
Stockton hand September 1, 1863 . 60
Received to-day .1
Stock on hand.13
WHEAT-The eales to-day footed up as follows: 50
bushels inferior red at $1; 149 do Mediterranean at
$1 75; 44do amberat $1 85; 225 do red at $1 85.
COEN-Sales to-day as follows; 60 bushels loose at
73c; 250 do at 75c; 350 In lots at 82c
OATH-Small sales at 50c
- Wilmington Market.
WILMINGTON, October L-Sprarrs TURPENTINE.
Firm.. Sales of 154 casks at 39c.
Boers-Sales of I LOO bbls strained, to be delivered
at buyer's option in ninety days at $1 90. Sales of 177
bbls at $4 25 for pale.
CBDDE TxrBPEirrrNE-Steady. Sales of 106 bbls at
$2 60 for soft.
TAB-Firm. Sales of 46 bbls at $2 60.
COTTON-Sales of 14 bales on a basis of 23?c for
middling and 24c for strict middling.
BALTIMORE, September 30-COFFEE-Market
quiet but firm, with good fair inquiry. Only sales
reported were 200 bags Rio at 15al7?c, gold.
CoxroN-Receipts sine* Monday embrace 158 bales
from Savannah, 213 bale*from Charleston, and 145
from Norfolk, Ac, in all 496 bales, most ot which has
been sold. Included In the sales to-day were 101
bales low to good low middling at 24?a25c, and for
middling 25?c; middling at the close was held at
26c Market very lightly supplied, with good inqui?
ry. At Liverpool the tendency of prices was upward;
eales reported amounted to 15,0.10 bales, closing at
[The brokers in cotton here held a meeting to-day,
at the office of Messrs. C. V. Wagner A Co., at wh ch
all were present, or represented, except one firm,
and resolved unan mously not to sell at a less rate
than ?percent, allsigninca paper to that; effect]
FLOUR-The market is quiet borne little inquiry
was noticed for Western for export, though no sales
GRAIN.-Offerings of wheat to-day were composed
of 2,112 bushels white and 6,700 bushels red ; marliet
steady; no prime or choice white received. Included
in the eales were 272 bushels white at $2 50; 100 ao.
do. $2 40; 300 do. do. $215; Ot red, 350 bushels
choice Virginia Valley $2 70 ; 350 do. prime 52 58;
130 bushels Maryland choice $2 60; 1U0 do. $2 62;
1,110 bushels prime $2 50; 1,400 bushels eood $235;
460 bueh?ls fair $2 SJ; 380 bushels $216; 1,000bush?
els tough $2a215. Com-Receipts only 1,640 bush?
els of both white and yellow. We note skies of 600
bushels white at $118al20; 140 bushels damaged
$115; COO bushelsprime yellow$127al28; 163bush?
els Westsrn mi iee" $1 24. Oaf a-2,225 bushe s offer?
ed, with *ales of 300 bushels at 78 cts. ; 40U do. 76 cts. ;
200 do. 71 cte.; 500 do. 72 cts., all weight; 100 do. 48
eta, measure. Bye- 2*0 bushels offered. 200 bush?
els sold f.t $145a$l 65.
PBcrvuuoKB-The demand for bacon for consump?
tion ia quite brisk with the leading jobbing house3,
and owing to the reduced condition of tbe stock,
prices are stiffer. We quote for shoulders 13?c; rib
Bidet 16.Vc ; clear rib 17c; sugar cured hams 20a22e.
Lard-Western bbls 20?c in jobbing lots; no city
here. Mass pork-sales ot 40 bids, in lots, at $30 50.
BICE-We hear of nothing doing here. At New
York new rr-ip Carolina is coming in freely, and
prices are lower. Sales of 70 tierees reported at $8 75
afl 37; 15 do old crop $9. Rangoon is only wanted
for export, the reduction in the price of Carolina
having superseded its use for domestic purposes:
quote in bond $3 25a9 62?, gold.
Sew York Market.
The New York Commercial Advertiser, ef W?d
day, September 30, says :
The activity in money increases, This norcia j
there has been a general sharp demand, under which
the rate on call loans has advanced to 7 per ct. Some
outstanding lonna are allowed to remain at 5 and 6
per cent, bat, as a rule, 7 per cent has to be paid
oil new transactions.
The boots generally have Utile to lend, andibe
current c re et demand is supplied mainly from pr??
vate beakers. The banks am sending very little
money into the country, and the fcuu-Treasury is
losing rather than gaining currency.
The increase in the balance last evening was only
app?tent, arising from the adjustment of the ac
cuuL .s of tbe department for the monthly debt state
men . The receipts against sales ot gold are poid
out as fast ?? 'hey como in; and the present balance
in the Sub-Treasury is now ?3,000,000 lower than at
the beginning ot tbe monih, so that the Treasury
operations cannot be said to have conduced in any
degree to the present activity of the market.
lt is verv generally conceded that the sudden
change is due partially to ipeculativ.- manipulation;
but the ease with which the rate has been put up
from 4 per cent ta 'j per cent shows that the late
low rates Oh Call loans were, as wo have steadily
maintained, not a fair indication of the real condi?
tion of the loan market, '?he artificial means at
present being used to affect money have but precipi?
tated an advance in the rate of interest which must
ultimately have come from oth< r causes.
A larce amount of crain iransact'ons arc being
temporarily pos.poned, and thc demand from this
source, as well as from the Soutb, must render
more yr leca permanent the higher rates now pre?
Discounts arc active, on the basis of 7 per cent for
NEW YORK, September 30-2 P. M.-FLOUR, ftc
The flour mark-t is hcavv, and lOal?c lower.
The sales are 8,700 bbls at Sti 3017 IS for superfine
State; S7 55*7 85 for extra State; S7 90uS 00 tor choice
do; S8 0?o8 9J ior faneydo; ?C25?7 0? lor superfine
Western; $7 15a7 90 tor common to medium extra
Western; S8 10a8 70 for choice do; So SOalO GO for
good to choice white wheat extra; S7 75n8 20 for com?
mon to good bhippmg brande extra round hoop Ohio;
SS 25a'.010 for trade brands; $8 50al0 for common
to lair extra St. Louis, and $10 00 at 00 for good to
choice do, the market closing quiet.
Southern flour is dall and drooping. Sales 450
bbls., at SS 50a915 for common to fair extra, and
$9 20al3 75 forcond to choice do.
colilornio flour i3 heavy, bales 400 sacks at ?8 60a
GBATX-Tho wheat market is 2c.a3c. lower Sales
55,000 bushels at SI 53al65 for >o. 2 Spnug; SI Cia
1 07 tor No. 2 do. ; $2 25 for Amber Michigan; J2 40a
2 50 for white Michigan; S2 65 for prime white Cali?
fornia; and $2 18 for red Ohio.
Corn is about lc. lower. Sales 78,000 bushels at
SI 12a 115>< for unsound; $1 Kal 17 for sound mixed
Western; and $118 for white Western.
Oats ore lc. lower. Soles 41,000 bushels at ?2^a73c.
for new Western, afloat.
BICE-ls quiet and heavy for Carolina a'. 8%a9,l?'c
for common to prime new, and steady for Rangoon
at 3aa.'Xc gold, in bond, and 9)?a9??c currency, dutv
COFFEE-The market is steady, wfJ), however,
nothing of moment doing.
MOLASSES-The market is firm, with a moderato
business doing. Soles since our last 2 JO hbds at 39c
for Centrifugal, and 42c for clayed.
HAT-Is in moderate demand at 75c for shipping,
and $1 lOal 10 for re tali lot?.
t-uoAE-Is steady, with a moderate demand. Sales
since our lost 500 hods at ll^oll.^'c for Cuba; 13c
for Porto Rico; 12a 13c fer Centrifugal, one 520 boxe.1
Havana ot I2&al3/?c.
Bc of is d n IL ?ales of 125 bbls at SI 3*20 50 for new
plain mess, and $20 50a 24 75 for new extra mess.
Tierce beef is duU st $21a$33 tor prime, and $iOa
$36 for India mess.
Beef barns are dull and haavy at $2?a$29.
Cut meats are heavy. .Soles 160 pekgs at ll J?al2>?c
for shoulders, and 12 y? al 8c for hams.
Middles are qui't and heavy. Sales 50 boxes Cum?
berland at I4??ai4.-?c.
Lard is heavy atid drooping. Soles 500 tes ot from
18^al9>?c for tv o 1 to prime steam, and l?^alQ^c
for kettle rendered.
Butter is dull at 31a38c for Ohio, and 40a40c for
Consignee! per Sou tn Carolina Railroad,
458 bales Cotton, 29 bales Domestics, 42 bbls Na?
val Mores, 4 cars Lumber, 1 car Mules. To Rail?
road Agent G W Wilhams ft Co, C N Averill, Pelzer,
Rodgers & Co, G H Walter ft Co, Frost ft Adger, W
Roach, Cohen, Hanokel ft Co, H Bulwinkle, Gold?
smith & Son, TD Mulksi, W W Smith, Hopkins,
McPhers'n & Co, Mowry ft Co, Wardlaw k Carew,
Graeser. Lee, Smith & Co, L D DeSaussure, A J Sa?
linas, W P Dowling.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
140 bales Cotton, bogs Oom, Stock, Naval Stores,
Mdze, ftc. To Ravenel & Co, Pelzer, Rodgers & Co,
Mowry k Co, W K Ryon, Claighorn, Herring k Co,
G W Williams k Co, Ca'dwell k Son, Frost k Adger,
Reeder k Davis, Nachman k Co, Bis ?off k Co, A B
Mulligan, J A QuooBenbush, R H Harney, Mazy ck k
Saltus, S D Stoney, J Adger, Jr. Jeffords k Co, E h
Hughes, Farrar & Barnett E H Gadsden, R Cade,
Railroad Agent, and Order.
Per steamship James Adger, from New York-H
Townsend, Mrs D Townsend, Miss E Townsend
Miss McMahon, Mrs and Miss Vaiy, Master Town,
send, C A Buri, two Masters ?urt, Rodengos, Mrs L
Wheaton, Miss A B CUrk, Madame Seguin, W A
Koppin and wife, Mr Schofield, L C'xciberUin, wile
and two servants, Miss Ii Beck, rtfrs E?bengerger,
Miss Leonard, Miss D Burt, Mrs Knopf, Mrs E Gil
lully, W L Clark, Lieut C E Moore, A S Gibbes, R
O'Brton, J LjH?b. g^goardn-|afi and wife, Mrs J
H Taylor and daughter, Mrs Boardman aila servant,
Mrs Hieuckcn and servaut and 7 in steerage.
Per steamer Fannie, from havannah via Blufften,
kc-D Horlbeck, Dr J A Jackson, Capt M P TJshn,
W Boll, J R Heriot Tr F E Wilder, Mrs Steele, R G
Holmes, Misses Harrison, Miss Johnson, M Chis
olm, and 6 on dock.
Port of Charleston, October ?
Steamship" James Adger, Lockwood, New York
left 29th ult. Mdze. To Jos Adger k Co, Steamer
Agents, S O Railroad Agent. N E Railroad Agent,
Southern Express Co, J D Aiken & Co, Adams, Da?
mon k Co, J E Adger k Co, C D Ahrens k Co, T A
Beamish k Co, J Apple, E Bates & Co, H Bischoff ft
Co, Bollmann Bros, C D Brahe k Co, T M Bristoll, H
Bullwinkle k Co, Brown k Hyer, T M Coter, Came?
ron, Barkley k Co, Clacius 4: Witte, G Connor, J &
F Dawson, H Daly, J R Dickinson, ageut, Dowle k
Moise, B F Dunkin, H A Due, J M Eusou & Bro, J S
Fairly k Co, B Feldman, J Ferguson, D F Fleming
k Co, A S Freilas, Furchgolt & Bro. H Gerdts k Co,
C Gravelcy, C Goldstein, Goodrich, Wlneman k Co,
J B Graver, G H Gruber, W Gurney, Hart k Co, A
H Hayden, Hastie. Calhoun k Co, M Hayes, Hop?
kins. McPherson k Co, H Heiozo, F Horsey, N A
hunt J Huriamp ft Co, Jefforde & Co, Jeunings.
Thomlinson & Co, C H Johnson, Johnston, dews &
Co, T Kelly. J P Kelp. H W Kinsman, H Klatte ft
Co, KUnck, Wickenberg 4 Co, Krietc k Chapman, A
Langor, Laurey k Alexander, Lengnick k bell, J D
McElhose, D LiUcnthal k Co, D Lopez k Son, Man
toue k Co, McLoy k Rice, M Marks, W Morscher, J
Marion, S R Marshall, Marshall k Burge, J G Milnor
ft Co, A Monaugh. W A Moartens, Muller, Nimitz k
Co, J H Murray, N lem?n k Borger, North, Steel \
Wardell. M P O'Connor, Olney & Co, B O'Neill. J F
O'Neill ft Sou, D O'Neill, D O'Ne?l k Sou, J C Oje
mon, Palmetto Pioneer Co-operative Association, J
R Read ft Co, Pelzer, Rodgers ft C?, E H Rodgers ft
Co, Boper ft stoney, J Bossel], W P RUB ell ft Co, H
Salas, agent, Seymour ft Silcox, W Shepherd, G W
Steffens ft Co, Stenhouse ft Co. E B Stoddard ft Co,
Stoll, Webb ft Co, Strauss, Vanees ft Co, I Tupper ft
Sons, Uflerbardt, Campsen ft Co, J H V?llers, Wake?
ner, Heath ft Mousecs, Walker, Evaus ft Cogswell, P
Wa'sb, F Weybman, Werner ft Ducker, W G Whil
den ft Co. Lieut T M Wilay. J N M Wohltman, W J
Yates, Mrs M J Zernow, Zogbaum, Young ft Co, A
ming, Chisolm Bros, Crane, Boylston ft Co, Holmes'
Book Store, Goudkop ft Beuthner, J F Taylor ft Co,
Fogartie ft Stillman. Cartmill. Harbeson ft Co, For
sj th, McComb ft Co, Melchers ft Muller, J B Togni,
D Solteri. W H Webb, A W Jager. C Plonge, Miles
Drake, First Baptist Church, W Steele, O D Carr k
Co, Edgerton ft Richards Russoll ft Co, A G Good?
win, agent. Burt ft Wirth, R ft A P Caldwell ft Co, J
Wyley ft Co, A O Stone. On the let inst, 30 miles
south of Hatteras, ?xchanged signals with t-team
ship Cleopatra, bound North; on 2d inst, at 3 A M,
off Georgetown, passed steamship Saragossa, hence
for New York.
Brig John Pierce, Melvide, Newport, R 1-5 days.
BiRist To J A Enslow ft Co.
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 80 tes
Bice . To Porcher ft Henry.
By Savannah Railroad from Pocotaligo. 1000 bush?
els Hough Rice, To Frost ft Adser.
Boat? from Christ Church. 5 bags S I Cotton. To
Gaillard ft Minott, Roper ft Stoney, R S Venting.
B at from John's IslanJ. 2 bags S I Cottou. To
SUamer Fannie, Varden, Savannah, via Bluffton,
ftc. 17 boles SI and 5 bales Upland Cotton, 68 bags
Corn, end Sundries. To J Ferguson, Capt Usina, J
A Enslow ft Co. Lieut Alduct, frost ft Adger, Rave?
nel ft Co, Hopkins, McPherson ft Co, F J Porcher.
E L Deane, H Von Horten, W Kres6ell, Miss Nollie
Johnson, Bina Proctor, W Matthiessen, P A Reed, W
M Bird ft Co, Lieut W H I onelson, J Adger ft Co, R
Chi6olm, Jr, Southern Express Co, E H Barnwell, F
E Wilder, and Order.
From this Fort.
Steamship Chmnpion, Lockwood, New York, Sep?
Sehr Mencwa, Dissosway, Baltimore, Sept 30.
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, at New York. Sept 29.
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at boston, Sept 28.
TheBrltieh ship David Cannon, from B -Bton fnr
Charleston, was spoken Sept 27, twenty miles south
ot Hatteras, by the steam-ship Champion ot New
The scbr Americus. Daly, from Georgetown, S C,
arrived at New York Sept 3L
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS POhi
The Scotswood, Yeaman, soiled.August 30
British bark Ansdell, 'lurpoll, cleared.August 20
'J Le St Louis, Hubbard, cleared.Sept 4
C ABD IFF.
Bark Jenny Lind, Sherwood, sailed.August -
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No. 3 Broad and No. 109 East Bay Streets,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
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WHITE LE AD AND ZINC PAINTS.
10,000 lbs. PREMIUM PURE WHITE LEAD
8000 lbs. Pure White Lead
10,000 lbs. Pure Franklin White Lead
10,000 lbs. Morning Glory White Lead,
5000 lbs. Pure French White Zinc
5000 lbs. Pare American White Zinc.
ALL OF THE ABOVE FOR SALE LOW BY
HOLMES & CALDER,
No. 12G MEETING-STREET.
August 20 2<no*
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500 gallons PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 gallons Bleached Winter Whale Oil
1000 gallons No. 1 Winter Lard Oil
1000 gallons prime Tanner's Oil
300 gallons pure Neatsfoot Oil
1000 gallons White Oak Oil
600 gallons Boiled Linseed Oil
900 gallons English Liuseed Oil
50 barrels No. 1 Kerosene Oil
20 barrels Rosin Oil
10 barrels Tallow Oil, Tallow and Axle Grease.
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" COLORS, PAINTS. SAND AND EMORY PAPER
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are felt immediately. Dose is a wine glass full before
Each bottle has our stamp ?nd signature over the
cork. DO WIE A MOUE, Proprietors
And Wholesale Druggists.
No. 1C9 Meeting-street, corner Hasei.
August 5 6mo*
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale l>y Druggists Everywhere.
July 2S nae lyr
J? K.A1SKKL1CHE BLUTKEIM.
GU MGS PILLEN.
For sale hy E. H. KELLERS A* CO.,
September lt No. 131 Meeting-street,
GET THE BEST!
McINTIRE'S IMPROVED COTTON TIE,
THE ABOVE CUT REPRESENTS McTNTIRE'3 IMPROVED COTTON TIE, WHICH WE HAVE NO HESITATION IN PRESENTING
to the Public as tho
BEST TIE I HST USE.
It has been thoroughly teBtcd in different sections of the South, and its superior merita freely acknowledged by all who havo tried it. In fact
ita popularity has become so great ns to wan-ant ua in the assertion that it is destined to become TUE UNIVERSAL FAVORITE. This TIE,
combines ease and simplicity of adjustment with undoubted strength and durability. Wo particularly invite the attention of PLANTERS,
PRESSMEN and dealers generally to the following poii,ts : The perfect construction of the Hinge and rounded edges of the Buckle secure the
entire strength of the Band, aud give it great advantages in compressing. It has no Tongues to press against the Band-does not require any
Pins to be slipped in, pulled out or to FALL OUT; and is used without the troublesome opsration of bending or looping the Band. The manner
in which it works is easily understood from the cut. Each Tie is complete in itself-the Buckle being riveted to tho Band; and no part can be
o el. The simple process of running the Band into tho Buckle and letting it go at the proper place is all that is necessary, the fastening being
perfected the moment the pressure of the cotton is brought to bear on the Bands. The Buckle is strong, compact ami small, presenting an
even surface, has no rough edges or protruding pohits, consequently sinks even with the cotton and obviates the great objection to other Tiea,
which are wrenched apart when the buckles of different bales get caught in handling or transportation, and especially when bales are piled on
FOR SALE BY
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
Agents for State of South Carolina, Charleston.
J^pALL AXD WIMTKR IMPORTATIONS
MILLINERY GOODS !
RIBBONS, TRIMMING RIBBONS,
SILKS, SATINS, VELVETS.
FANCY BONNET MATERIALS.
BLONDS, CRAPES, NETS.
FRENCH FLOWERS, PLUMES AND ORNAMENTS.
BONNETS A VD LADIES1 HATS
IN STRAW, SILK, VELVET AND FELT.
We offer ?he largest and best assorted Stock In the
United States, comprising all tbe latest Parisian No?
velties, and unequalled in choice variety and cheap?
ARMSTRONG, C.YTOR & CO.,
Nos. 237 and 239 BALTI MORE-STREET,
(GEORGE R. GAlTHtfK, JR., & CO.
GENERAL PRODUCE COMMISSION MERCHANT',
No. 4 Camdcn-strect, Hal 11 ir .
Liberal cash advances on consignments.
-RUMSEN, CARROLL & CO,
PRESERVERS, PICKLtRS, OYSTER PACE ERS, ftc
No. 18 Light-street, Baltimore,
Joint Proprietors and Sole Agents for
BORDEN'S CONDENSED MILE,
Prepared by thc Baltimore Condensed Milk Companj
April 22 Cmos
JAMES KNOX.JOHN OILl
KNOX & GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
No. 125 SMIIH'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
Consignments ot COTTON, RICE, kc, respect
fully solicited, and liberal advances niado thereon.
Orders for CORN and BACON promptly executer?
.nth care and attention.
April 27 12ui05*
WM. KNABE & CO.,
Apri"; 20 6mc
TI IA s o s i PIANOS::
GOLD MEDAL FOR 18C3 HAS JUST BEE?*
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STLEFF FOR
THE BEST PIANOS NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE, PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICE AND WABEROOM, No. 7 N. LIBERI Y
STREET, ABOVE BALTIMORE-STREET,
STIEFF'S PIANOS HAVE ALL THE LATEST
improvement, including the Agraffe treble, ivory
fronts, and the improved French Action, fully war?
ranted for Ave years, with privilege of exchaniM
within twelve months if not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser. Second-handed Pianos and Parlor Or?
gans always on hand from S50 to 5300.
REFEREES WHO HAVE OUT. TlAXOS IN TEE:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
General Robert Ransom, Wilmington, N. C.
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Mesera. R. Burwell ft Sonp, Charlotte, N. C.
Max Strakoscb, Itali m Opera.
Messre. Pierson ft Sons, Sumter. S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleeieu, ?. C.
April 22 Cmoe
Y V. GKUPT ca,"
LEATHER, HIDES AND (JIL,
No. 4.2 SOUIH CALVE HT -STREET,
F. H. GRUPY.H. G. CURTA1
April 20 _ 6moi?
Q^RIFFIN, BROTHER <Si CO.,
G B O C E E S
COMMISSION M EH CHANTS
No. 103 LOMBARD-STREET,
E. AUSTIN JENKINS. ALEEKD JENKINS, J&
HOBEST B. JENKINS.
J^nu . JENKINS di SONS,
IsrPOKT.OES AND U?AXEB8 IN
SADDLERY AND COACH MATERIALS,
NO. 180 DALT1MORE-STBEET.
April 22 fimos Baltimore, M ~
P. P. TOALE,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DOORS, SASHES AND BLINDS,
Chark stoii, S. C.
Particular n'.tentioa paid to Shipping.
July M_Cmos ?
Yon eau do all your Cooking, save time?
trouble and money, and avoid heating tho |B!
home In Summer, by using a
Kerosene or Gas Stove.
Auk for th? UNION (Kerosene) or VULCAN
(Gas) STOVE, They are ino beat. Take no
Send for Circular.
r Aigo Attachments for Lamps or Gas
Burners, Nursery Lamps, Kerosene Gluo
Pots, bc, Ssc
Liberal terms to Agents.
J. B. DUVAL & SON,
No. 337 KING-STREET,
AGENTS FOR CHARLESTON.
Auau?t2* Die 3mo
Sole Asenta kXow3srkIbr J&L&.CQATS,
of Fiiilcy, SeaUamT.
CLOTHING MANUFACTURERS AND PUR?
CHASERS OF SPOOL COITON for use on SewiDC
Machines, demanding thc best and strongest
J. ?Si P. COATS' Nos. 50, CO and 70
Expressly adapted to their wants.
July 7 tutbs3nio
CHARLESTON CITY UAlliWlV CO.IJ.
OFFICE CHARLESTON CITY RAILWAY CO-?
CORNER BROAD AND EAST BAY STREETS, y
CHARLESTON, SO. CA., October 2, 18">8. j
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CIT!
Leavo Upper Terminus Leave Looer Terminu
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8 A. jr, and at inter?
vals of ten (10; minnies vals of ten (10) minute*
during tbo day till the during tbe day till 9.3?
last trip at 9 P. M. P.M.
N.H.-Leave the BaU'ryan follows: On the hour,
and ten (10) minutes of the hour, from ? A. M.,
except at twelve (12) minutes of 9 o'clock, A. M. Every
other trip from the old Poetomcc until 4.30 P. Sf,
trom the Upper Terminus, when all thc trips are to
Leave Upper Terminus I Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8.05 A.M., and atintcr
vals of twelve (l2i minutes I vaia of ten (10) minutes
during the day till 8 64 during the day till 9.30 P.
P.M. I M.
N.B.-Leave the Battery at seven'cen fil) minutes
attn the hour, and forty-one (41; minutes after the
hour. Every other trip from the old Postoffice un?
til 4.18 P. M. from T.'ppcr Terminus, when all the
irips are to Ute Battery.
Leave Upp-r Terminus | Leavo tho Lower Termi
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.30 A.M., and at
vals of Aileen (15) min- intervtils of lineen (15)
utcs till 7.00 P. M. I minutes till 7.3J P. M.
N.B.-AU the trips aro to tho Batterv.
Leave Upper Terminus | Leave Lower Terminus'
at 9 A.M., and ct inter- at 9.35 A.M., and a:i Her?
vels of every twenty (20, vals of every twenty (20)
minutes till 0.45 P.M. minutes till 7.C0 P.M.
N.B.-All thc trips aro to the Battery.
S. W. RAMSAY,
October 2 Secretary and Treasurer.
* SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE.)
CHARLESTON, S. C., Septembor 9, 1858. f
ON AND AFTER SEPTEMBER 10TH, RICE
will be carried from Charleston to Cincinnati,
and St. Louis by the Green Lino at NINETY CENTS
PER ONE HUNDRED POUNDS.
Parties shipping to St, Louis mnet take the risk,
or injure from Hickman to St. louis by packets.
No insurance necessary on the route to Cinda
nah. H.T. PEAKE,
September 10 thsrulmo
CHAN GU OK MCHUDULK.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE. 1
COLUMBIA. S. C., March 3L 1808. (
ON AND AFTER IBIS DATE, THE TRAINS
over this Road will run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.4.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte nt.11.00 P. M.
Leavo Charlotte at.tl.35P. bl,
Passengers taking this route, peing North make
close cmuections at Greensboro', Weldon and Ports?
mouth, to all principal Northern cities.
jOSr-Tickets optional from Greni'boro', either via
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either
via Bay Line or Annamrssic Routr. Baggage checked
Connections made both ways with trains of tho
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad.
April 2 Superini.eudeut.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPEBTNTENDEM'-S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mardi 20, 18(58. I
ON AND AFTER &U: DAY, MARCH 29TH, THE
PASSENGER TRAINS oi the South Carolina
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.C.30 A. M.
Arrivo at Augusta.3.30 P. M.
Counccting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,
Nashville and >'ew Orleans, via Montgomery and"
Leave Charleston.C.?0 A. M.
Arrivo at Columbia.3.50 P. M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester Rail?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Hatlraad and
Leave Augusta.G."? A. Mj.
Arrive ct Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.ii 00 A. M..
Arrive at Charlestco.3.10 P. M,
AUGUSTS MGHT EXPRESS
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M..
Arrive at Augusta.0.43 A. M.
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, NashvPle
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction,
leave Augusta.4.10P. If.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A. M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.5.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting (.sundays excepted) wiui Greenville and
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M..
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
SI MMEBVILLE TRAIN.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville.5.Ul P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.20 A. M .
Arrive at Charleston. S.35 A. M.
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leavo Ringville.2.?20 P. M.
Arrheat Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.G. 10 A.M.
Arrive at Ringville..........7.40A.M.
(Signed) B- T- PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent
THU LAKE CU Y PRKSS, PUBLISH?
ED at Lako City, Florida, enjoys the largest cir
culatiin of any newspaper published in the State. It
is circulated principally in those counties in East
Florida, (rom which the merchants of Charleston
not the most trade, but sent to nearly every Post<
office in the State, lt is decidedly a white man's
paper, which, together with lu, extendive circulation,
makes it a most ?le*irable advertising medium for ?
the merchants of Charleston, who wish to encourage
Florida trade. E. W. DAVIS,
September 14 Editor and Proprietor,