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Sun and shadow.
Al Hook from tbe ?le, o'er its billows of preen,
To the billows of foam-crea ed bine,
Ton ba k. that f r In the distance is eren,
Salt dreaming ? y eres will pursue ; ?
Bow dark io ina ?had w. abe ?caliera the spray
Aa th? ch-ffin the rrok> of the fl U
How wMreaa 'he e. a-trull abe flies on her way,
3bc ami g. emin,; uu,.,u. ou u?r c*i?.
Tat her piiut ia thinking of dar pera te shun,
Of breafcem tra. whiten and roar ;
Bow hue he care, if rn shadow or ann
They see i un who gaze from tbe shore I
Be lo >x? to th be con that loom s trom the reef,
a o the rock that a nuder hi* lee.
Aa ha dritte eu tbe "last like a wind-wafted leaf,
O'er the tra. fa of the desolate sea.
Ikaa Arl Ung alar to the dim-vaul ed caves
ff ere Ule and ha ventures are laid.
Tba aswan ra wno gase while we battle tbe waves
Bar ase os <n sunshine or abade ;
Tetera to our course, though our sbsdow grow
?Tall trim our broad sail aa before.
And stand by tbe rudder that governs the bark
Bor ask how we look from the snore 1
i /mudd ana iUmmxml
Takt C?aaurleaton money Market.
jffHtraaDAT, augnat 19, 1869.
A general dearth of busineia and the few trans ac?
tions of tbe past week combine to render quotations
merely nomiaai. Billa of the Bank of the State
have depreciated to some extent. Other bank buis
Are in demand, city stock ls dull at 60. Kales were I
?ade daring the wvek by Mr. A. li. Moreland of j
l?.OeO -outh Carolina haiiroad bonds, due in 1872,
sad SOO abare* People's Bank stock, old, at 88 2$.
Boney la easy at X per cent, per month, on good col
latumi security. -
aourauuR BSWK BILLS.
lank of Camden.80
Bank of Charleaton.83 @&5
Bauk of Chester.13 ?15
Bank of Georgetown.13 (815
Bank of Hamburg.8 @00
Baak of Newberry.80 ?82
Bank of Bon tb Carolina.20 ?' 0
Bank of State Of S Carot: aa, prior to 1861.40 ?00
Bank of Steteof 8. Carolina,after 1st Jan.,
.Jo mm ?rial Bank. Columbia.3 04
Sxekange Ban*. Columbia.13 ?14
larmer-' and Exchange Bank, Charleaton. 1 @0C
Merchant's Bani.Cheraw.13 @t0
People's Ba.ik, Charleston.92 600
Planter's Bajxi of Fairfield.7 ?00
Planter?' and Mechanics' Bank.Cbaweston.95 @00
joueb Western Ral tread Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Char leeson,
- (new).78 @00
Baste Bank,Charleston.7 & 8
Union Bank, Charleaton.98 6 98
City o? Charleston Chango Bills.98 ?499
Stare H. Carolina Treaaury Notes.97 000
* ?o?ros, STOCKS awn COUPONS.
Crty of Columbia Bonds....68 6300
Qty of Columbia Coupons.7S ?00
Routh Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
- (whole shares i.45 ?co
Routh Carolina Kailroed lhalf shares;.20 ?CO
8. C. Railroad Six Per C?nt. Bonds..73 ftOO
S.O. R.B. Seven Per Cant B'da..80 (g82
tV C. Railroad Certiflcate of Indebtedness.93 (SOO
Qty of Charleston Sra Per Ot Stock.69 300
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.78 '
ewe of Routh Caro ana Bonds (old) ex peat
due coupons.63 067
Btate of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of Janna cn l, 1867) ex past due on*
Stat? nf south Carolina bonds (temed tor
Bank of the State bills).60 (300
State of South Carolina ?ock.83 ?GO
State of South Carolina Coupons (fun d able) 70 @ 00
People's National Bank Stock.110 (gill
First National Bank Stock..HO ?111
Union Bank Mock.$9 ?00
Bank of > h .Weston stock (old), in demand
and acaree.87 ?8
Planten-' and Mechanics' Bank stock (old)
' doll..84*? 4?
People's Bank stock (old).dull. .65 ??? 00
tireen vine and Columbia Railroad State
' guaranteed bonds.62 ?00
Greenville and Columbia lat Mortgage
Barth eastern B. K. lat Mortgage Bonds. 83 ?100
BoTTheaatera E.R. lat Coupons (past due).83 ?PO
Berthes*tern Bailroad Stock (capital)..88 000
Borsneastem Railroad Stock (preferred)..,|2o ?00
Borth eastern R.B. Ce rtifl catea Of Indebted
Ofteraw and Derfcngtoa 1st mort, bonds. .00 ?00
43?aj?eaton Gas Company Stock (ex dlr)...22 @00
Chewton City Railway Stock.'....84 ?CO
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).60 ?00
Savannah and Charleston R.B. Stock.21 ?00
City of Savannah Bonds.......92 ?00
dry of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to lat June, 1866)....97 ?00
Qty of Savannah Coupons (due after lat
June, 1886).:.....97 ?CO
City of Mempbis benda, endonad by M.
St O Railroad.70 ?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad St<x? $11 ?I %
Memphis and Charleaton Bailroad Bonds.90, ?00
Ji?mphls and Charleston B.. R. Coupons. .93 ?00
THK CfLaRABSTOB M.tRKKT.
8?OK TEX wan axnnro TKUB8D4T, aco. 12, 1883.]
Tai Gao PS.-The general raport for the week haa
, on the whole, favorable to the crops, with
? complaint af rest and shed ding itt limited lo?
calities, but aa the weather haa assumed a dryer and
- more settled sppe J rance, these evfia may not prc
babty spread. ^Reports of the opening of new cot?
ton comes from aerara] quarters, and, with dry and
Warm weather, the In creasing receipts cf new crop
may b* looked for speedily, a single balo each har-I
mg been reported in Georgia and Texas. Planters
on tte? sea islands are a abada more hopeful, the
-oat? pillar apparently not progress tag, and lt la
thought that the manet may make a le* a destructive
. -wiatt than heretofore. The rice crop keeps up a
food appearance on moat of the rivera, and a favor?
hie harvest tune is what ia now needed to secures
Tn Corrow MABXXT.-The Engbsh market xor
the period ander review baa preserved considerable j
eteadmesa with moderate transactions-middling
being quoted at lf%A B Bl advancing to 13d; at
Hew York the prices have been without important
I ehanpe, and middlings bare ruled at 38>?c fi lb,
while at thia port transactions, which were on the
most res'rict ed eenie, showed a slightly easier ten
dec cy, closing steady, slide)lugs, which ware some
waatjarmlnal at 81X331, softened to 31 ^c B m.
Tba Liverpool and New York marketa hare shown
the following mc rem en ta for the week On Friday,
Augnat ?, the former was ateady, sales 12,000 balee,
nplandc 13%d; the latter waa firm, sales 1800 bales
at 33J?C ,On Saturday the former waa a shade firm?
er, uplands laXd. eales 12,000 bales; the latter waa
Brm. salee 1800 balea at 33Kc On Monday the for?
mer was quiet, sales 12,000 bales,uplands mid; the
latter was firm, sates 1800 baies at SS^c, On Tues?
day the former was steady, eales 10,000 bale.; the
Batter waa ensitered, sties 1500 balea at 33 yAc. On
. Wednesday SM sumer wea finner, uplands 18d,
sales 12,000 eales; the latter was more active, eales
9600 balea at S3 Kc. yesterday the former waa firm.
. salea 10.000 balea, uplands 13d ; the latter was quiet
trat steady at 83 Xe
The arri vaia at this port for the week hare been no
Bega of aea Ulan J . and 189 balea of uplands, against
no bega of ?ea islands ?nd 166 balea of uplands the
-weak before, and 3 baga of sea leland s and 543 balea
of uplands for the week tat year. These supplies
have come from the following sources : 5-ay of up?
lands, per Routh Carolina Bailroad, 179 bales; per
Borth eastern Bailroad, 10 balee.
Tba stocka of cotton in sight at the latest dates
were aa follows:
Stock tn Liverpool. 277 OOO 580 630
Afloat from India.. 587.000 636,000
Afloat from America. 20,000 8.000
Stock U London. 43,250 35,010
Afloat.tor Locnon. 6*.0OJ 139,000
8tock m Harre. 55.690 36,791
Afloat for Harr-. 115.038 109 095
Stock ta Bremen. li>,086 11,199
Afloat tor bremen. 4.701 18279
Stock In United state? porta..... 34 < 49 5.',946
Stock in the interior towna. 1879 6 006
Total.1,205,7*3 1,621 9.5
Deficiency m visible supply . 416,23*
Stock of o>turn held by Manchester spinner? at
the milla, now 180,000 bala?; same time 18*8,105,000
kele?; middirnn;upland?now 13d. then 9,'id.
The transactions and prices prevailing ta the mar
^ keilor tte week havs been aa follows:
On Friday. August 6, the tendency of the market
wa ? in buyers' favor, the Inquiry being mainly from
one porch: aer ; salea 12 bales; ordinary to go->d
ordinary being quoted at 29@30,V low middlidg 31,
middling 81 X?32c B lb.
On Saiurdiy tbe badness waa light ; tales 20
bales.; ?cotations unaltered.
On MoadaT, there waa bat Utile inquiry and a
limited stace ; aaies un importas t and quot attona
Cm Tuesday there waa but little done, at rather
easter price*; aaa? M bales; ordinary to good ordi?
nary being quoted at?2 ?30, low middling 31, mid
?tag8I>ia BBL . ""
On W?one?d?y tbe- business waa light; salea lr
tralee; quota: iou? nomina.ly unchanged. " *
. yesterday the market wa* quiet; salea 76 bales
put of whLh wes soi? tb? dey before, say 1 at 3e; 1
at 31; 32 at 31J?; 40 at 32c. We quote:
Ordinary to good ordinary.98 030
By New Wk classiflcatini we quote :
Middling, nomiualry.32 ?
SRA ISLAND COTTON.-Tbe stock ot tina article
having become reduced to a few limited lots, the
budnee* has bt.cn unimportant Tte growiac crop
in thi? vicini y ia looking well, and bns n 'BS in thia
class of the staple will be hardly wo-thy of a report
until the new crop begins to come forward. We quote
nominally common.floridas at BOafiOc; medium 60a
70c fi lb. Sea blands may be quoted at 65*75c for
meaium, ani 80ca(l $ Bs tor flue.
hiern. - J he limited stock of tbirgram remaining
on hand is held dimly. The transactions for thc
week bare bet J about 350 tierces of clean carolina;
fay 30 tierces at 7?; 70 at 8c; 63 at 8X; 160 at 9%; 23
at 6>?c fl lk. Yesterday the market was very firm
and heMers were generally aaking higher rates-in
one cage S X' fl Xs waa refused M an si tra lot of
goad rice-quotations are consequently nominal.
KA val. S io BXS.-Tte arrivals under this head for
the week bas bees about 1600 obis. Bales of Ko. 1
Bosin were made at $2 7503 50; low No 1 at $2 23;
extra No. 2 at M 90 ; N o. 2 at $1 80, and No. 3 at SI 75.
The tr m'action s in spirits turpentine amounted tc
about 350 bbls, which were sold at 37X? 38c, as is
packages; and a rm ai lot in New Tork bbls at 38Xc.
the marte* closing firm. Crude turpentine so"' at
83 80 ? bbl far virgin, $2 8J tor y ell sw dip, an j?*c J
for bard. f
Hat.-Tbe arrivals bave been restricted: .//knited
lots of North Elver qualities We note sales of this
description at 95 ft tl per hundred.
Conn.-the receipts have been about 0600 bushels
from Baltimore and limited supplies from Tennes?
see. About 9600 bushels of Maryland white was
soid at 8190 $ bufrbel, weight, Backs included.
Jobbl ip lota of Maryland are selling at about t1 31 3>
1 36 fl bushel, weight, bagB included, and Tennes?
see quali'ie*, mixed, have been sold at 8137 9
bosh?], wucht, by the car load from tba depot
FLOUR.-Northern and Western qualities are in
moderate stock, and super of this quality may be
quoted at 88 75?7 ? bbl; extra at 97 25g.7 75 fl
bbl ; aud family at 886? ? bbl. Southern descrip?
tions are coming forward more freely, and super
may be quoted at V 25(a)! 50 fl bbl.; extra at 88?
8 60 fl bbl., and family at 99910 fl bbl.
Bacon-Tain moderate ? tock and is held firmly;
prime shoulders may be quoted at lT.'^'c fl lb, and
prime clear rib sides at 31c. fl Bs. Some wholesale
transactions took place at rates within these figure?.
Prime strips are held at 20X; long clear salted are
held at 18X&I9. and clear nb sides at 18 XQ19.
WHEAT -Moderate supplies of new Southern are
coming forward, and we quote prime whita at 91 70 J
175 fl bushel, aud prime red at 9160@150.
BVTTKB.-There ls a fair stock of prime Goshen.
We quote geed to prime at 3C@6) cts. fl fb. West?
ern and other lower grades sell from 30@30 cts. fl
?, as in quality.
Saxe-lhere have been no arrivals. Store lots
are held at 33 26 fl sack.
INDIA Baeoxve.-There have been liberal arrivals
of this article, But the demand is aa y et but Hmttedl
We quo>e 26X eta. fl yard oash and 27 cte on Lore.
The stock here at present ls Ught# Dundee bagging,
66 inches, ix tts. for the yard, is held at. S0@35c.
Sea island bagging, 15 lnchet wide, 3 fae. for the yard,
is held at 66c.
Bors.-The demand for rope ls mode, J te, snd
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quote hemp at - cents fl fh. ; green leaf at 10 cents,
and jute at 8,x?9 cents % pound.
IRON BANES AND Tua for cotton, of thc most ap?
proved patterns, are offered on the market, at. 7
aSc ft Bs, and some pales have taken place at these
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-1 he market for this arti?
cle is doll. We quote timber for milling purposes
rrom 85?9. Shipping timber 810@15; 4 Ha 5-6 floor
lng at 916@15 fl M Bright lumber, good mer?
chantable, from city mille, cut to fize, from 920
?26 fl M by the cargo. _ "
Fina HTS.-Io Liverpool, by steam, nominal ; by
sail, %a on uplands, ai d %a on sea islands. To Havre,
nominal. Coastwise vet ?els are in demand-To New
Tork by steam Ho on uplands, and Xe. on sea
islands, 81 50 fl tierce on rice; by sail, Xe fl lb
on cotton; SI fl tierce on rice; 40o fl bbl on
rosin; S? fl M. on lumber ; $9?io fl M. on
timber. To Boston, by sail, x@9-16c fl tts. ou
upland cotton. To Providence 98 fl M. on boards,
Xe fl lb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un?
settled and nommai; by sail, 96a7 fl V. on boards;
99 on timber; (3 per ton on elsy; and $3 50@6
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by ?team, un?
settled and nominal. By sall, $6@7 fl M.' on
boards-$3 50? 6 fl ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
are m demand hy our merchants to take lumber
freight< from Georgetown, 8. C., Darlen and Saril?
la River, Geo., and Jacksonville, Fla., to North?
ern ports, and 911@12 f* M. are ratea on lumber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
waa 166X for sixty day bille.
DOMESTIC EXOHANGX.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on Nlw Tork at par ; 5 days X
oft They are selling sight checks at X Prem.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at
35, and selling at 36X.
Alar Bets by Telegraph.
LONDON, August 12- Noon.-Consol* 92X- Bonds
quiet at 83 \. Sugar dull on the spot, and steady
afloat. . .
LIVERPOOL, August 13-Noon.-Cotton steady.
U pun ts i3Xaiy:.(d. Bales 10,000 bales. Bread stu fb
firmer. Lard excited at 73s Sd.
Evening.-Cotton unchanged. Sa!e3 10,000 bales.
HAVRE, August 12.-Cotton opened steady both on
the spot and afloat.
Nnw Toan, August 13-Noon.-Money steady at
6a7. " Sterling 9X- Gold 86X- Cotton 33Xe. Tur
pen tine 63Xc Bosin firm.
Evening.-Cotton firm. Sales 2300 bales at 83Xc
Flour. State and Western, h?avy and drooping. Su?
perfine to fancy State 86 9Sa760. Superfine to choice
white Western 95 90a7 75. Southern |uiet and heavy.
Common te choice extra 96 9l>all 75. 1 bent- winter
in Rood request at full prices. Spring ie < wer. Am?
ber State 9163al 68Xe Corn heavy and unchanged.
Beef ?leady. Pork quiet at 831 MX. Oid ?S3 76.
Prime S38a28 60. Lard firmer at 30X?30Xc Whis?
key firmer at 8112al 13. Bice moderately active.
Carolina 8Xa9Xc Sugir less active. Coffee fairly
active. Molasses dulL Turpentine 63Xa66Xc.
Bosun 82 3318. Freights Brm er. Governments closed
strong. 62's 36. Southern heavy Money' steady
at 6a7 per cent Sterling 9 J,' al 0. Gold qui et at 36X.
6tocks dull and unsettled.
BALTIMORE, August 12.-Cotton steady. Flour
steady. Low and melin a grades family active. Su?
perfine 86 26a6 TS. Wheat firm. Prime 31 60al 70.
Corn steady. White 8103al ia Bye dull at 8115a
116. Oats steady st 60c Provisions firm. Whiskey
CINCINNATI, August 13.-Provisions quiet and
firm. Pork held at 933 26. Bacon 15 Xe. Hams 26c.
LOOTS VILLE, August 12 -Provisions firmer. Pork
836. Shoulders i6c. Clear .'ilea 19'?c. Hams 22Xa
23Xc. LsnJ^OXc. W hi key $108.
niLMctSos, Augubt 12.- Spirits 'urpentiue ad
vanced Xe Sales st 39c. Boam dud. Crude tur?
pentine 83 60a3. Ta steady at 82 25.
AUGUSTA, August 13-Cotton dull. Sales 6 bales.
Beceiph 37 bales. Middlings nominally Sic.
HAVANNAH, August 13- Receipts 9 bales, two if
which were new ?otton, classed strict low mi diing,
acid one sold at 62c.
MOBILE, AUaust 12.-The market bera dosed dull.
Sales 75 bales. Lo * middlings 30c Bec ipt- 25c.
Nxw ORLEANS, Augast 12.-Cotton, demand lair
and prices firm. Sales 613 bales. Low middling
SOXc. Becerpbj 91 bales. Sugar un-han^e 1 Gold
33Xe. Sterling 63;,c. Sight exchange on New York
NtSBVILLE, Auguxt 9.-COTTON-The market is
still dull and unchanged *? follows: Ordinary 27;
good ordinary x$Ka29; low middling SOaSUX.
NASHVILLE con TN STATEMENT.
Stock on hand September 1, 1868 . 60
Beceived to day. 6
?hipped to-day..... 13
?hipped48hnouBly.01 906-51 916
?.lock on hand. 122
BLOUR-We coo i Inno to quote a b i-k market, with
i great demand for low gruie*. The ?hip . eu s t >
lay amounied 10 600 obis, o ? a basis, of S5 25x5 76;
ingle extra 88 25; double extra 86 60; family 87 25a
7 76 ; ?anry ?8 25?8 (0. Tbe Jackson Hille to-day ad.
vanW 36c f> bbl reund.
WHEAT-Market moderately aetlve, and miine in
favor of buvere. i he receipts to-day foot np 7064
bushels, with Bbipaent* of S2f>0 bushels. Wo anote
Mediterranean at liai 05; red $110; amber $116;
I white $130.
Coas- ' ha reoeipis to-day included 3600 bushels,
purchased looa" at 76 ?? and shipmen s af 3900 bath
els at Wfc and 95c, delivered in depot.
WILMlNGr'?N, August ll - TTmPEimwK-leun
changed in prie?, ?ales of 135 bbla at $3 lor virgin,
and $3 60 'ci j< ! >w dip. per 380 pounds.
:-piijib luBa-SNTnra - ales reported of 16bbl*,
I in oil b?rrela, at <6>?r. and 100 bbls at 38J?C per pal
! los. market elating firm, with an aGvanctn^ ten?
Boam -sates of only 174 bbls at $1 "Sal 80 for Ho
3 a id $2 76, $3 35, $3 50 and 14 for Ho 1, aa to
Ho other eales reported
Charleston wholesale Pri?es.
a ETI OLE S.
BAGGING. fl yard
Dundee. 80 M 43
Sunny Cloth. 96 @ 27
BALM BOPM. ? ft-Manilla. - fi -
Western. 8ft 12X
Ju e. 8K0 9
COTTON, fl ft
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.. 28 ?3 39
Low Middling. 31 33
Middling to Strict Middling. 33 ft 31 J?
Good Middling. - ? -
gea island.:. tc ? i.oo
Q0FFSE, * ?-Wo.I 20 fi 36
^.:::::::::::.r;::::::::| ? I ?
Carolina Ferbliaer, f 3000tts... |65.00 ft -
Wando Fertilizer.60.08 ?j -
Double Refined Poudrette.|3?.O0 ti) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 ft -
Peruvian Guano, ft 3240 tbs.?95.00 KS -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 Ita. 66.00 @ -
Phoenix Guano.,.. 56.00 @ - .
Baugh'sPhosphate, fl2000lbs... 169.00 @ -
Rhodes" Phosphate, sj 2000 lbs... 165.00 @ -
Rhodes' Bland. Manure-?65time 57.50 (ttl -
O rehu?a Guano-.940 t?ne?95 00 & -
Land Plaster.[24.60 G
Mapes'Sar^rPhosphate,fl 2000 ib]G5.00 ft -
Zell's Baw Bone Phosphate.|60.u0 ft -
Zell's Super Phospbateof Lime.. 160.00 ft -
Wool tton > Phosphate of Lime..-. |65.00 ft -
Woolstou's Vegetal ir, fl 20C0 lbs C5.90 ft -
Croasdale'8 Gen. Super-Phos. net 60.00 ft -
Bowers'Com p?ete Maanre, net... 60.00 it -
gardy's Pnosnbo Peruvian, cash. C6.00 ft -
Sardy's Paaflc Guano, caeb. 60.00 ?j -
Patapsco Guano.165.00 ti. -
E. Freak <;e*'e Pboaibate.\%6M ?J -
FLOUR, fl bbi-supei . 6.75 ft 7.00
Northern and Western Extra. 7.25 (?5 7.15
Baltimore Rxtra. - ft -
Southern-Super. 7.00 ft 7.60
? Extra. 8.0(1 ft 8.50
Family. 9.CO (211.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oat*, fl bushel. - ft -
Western Oats, fi bushel. - ft -
Corn, fi bushel.. 1.27 ?a 1.30
BAT. ?cwt.-North River. 95 0 1.08
Eastern.I - @ -
?-UMBER, fl M. teet- I
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.'50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.?38.00 MO.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 4*24.00
Boards, V M. feet-Rough.114.00 (?15.00
Grooved and Tongued....128.00 ra;32.00
MOLASSES, ft gallon-Cuba.I 45 ft 47
Muscovado. 48 ? 65
Sugar House. CO ft 1.00
New Orleans. - ft -
NAVAL STORES. f? bbl-Tar.... - ft -
Pitch. - ft -
Rosin, Pale.;. - te -
Rosin, No. 1.1 9.76 4? 3.r0
Rosin, No. 2.1 1.80 @ 1.90
Rosin. No. 3. 1.76 ft -
Suirlls Turpentine, ft gallc-i.| 87Kft 38
Ouana, wi rc. I 10 ft -
VA/XS-American, 4ft20d, fl keg.. | 6.60 " (Si 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g.... 6.70 @ -
Dupont's, F.F.F.?...-6.00 ft -
Dupont's, Bla?tmg. 4.25 ft -
PROVISIONS-"* lb- -
Bacon, Hams, ?lb. - ft -
Bacon, Sides. SO^fe 31
Bacon, Shoulders. 17 (ct 1TM
Bacon, Strips. 20J?ft -
Lard, lu keg. 22 ft 23
Butter. 20 ft 40
Cheese. 15 ft 30
Potatoes, fi bbl. - ft -
Onions. - ft -
Apples. - ft -
B7C?-Carolina, fl lb. 7 ft 8J?
East India. - ft -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sock.. 2.26 ft -
Liverpool, tine. - ft -
SCO AR, fl lb-Raw. - ft -
Porto Bico. 13.V.T) lt
Muscovado. 12?v2 13
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Kxports or Klee. Naval Stores and L it?
ocr from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to August 13, 1860
Other (J. 8. Porte..
Majorca A a Market
St Johns, N B...
8:09. 0,1 0 396
comparative Kxports ot Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleaton.
Other British Ports.
lota! to Great Britain..
Other j-rench Porta.
total to France.
Xortb of Europe.
Total North of Europe,
outh of Europe.
A'est Indica, fcc
Total Foreign Porte.
Rhode Island, -c.
New York. .
Baltimore and Nor ilk....
Other United St-tes Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Stocka of Cotton in the Interior Towna
not tnclaftedl in the Itcecipts
Augusta and Hamb ur..August C
Macon, Geo .august 9
Columbus. Geo.,. August 6
Montgomery. Ala.July 20
Selina. Ala.July _
Memphis, Tenn.Au* tut 6
Nashville, Tenn.august 7
Export? for tho W?ek e?dl?g i hurg?ta> .
A.|?<t 1?. .
ST. GEOHGE'S. BERMUDA-Per British sehr Lion
-96,000 feet Pite li Pine lamber.
BOSTON-Per ?ehr A b Glover-650 bbl? Spirits
Tnrprntine. 240 bbl* Bosin, 91 tons O d Iron
and Me a e. lit bal's Ra*?, lO.OOO feev Lumber,
171 loose Bides, 2 boxes Leath r
PP.?viutNcE, lt 1-per sehr Lottie-143.000 feet
NEW TOB&-P?>r (rtoamnhip Cbamt.io'i-510 Ki|?i
Upland Co ion, 23 rags Sea Island Cotton, IC?
Herkes Ric*. 30 ca?as i'lay, 26 bbl? R-rin,
67 b.les Tam, 19 bundles Paper. 2t puck
age? -undrlo*, 8C6 Melons, 1 Fi e Eng ?UP.
P r steam.fbp Magno,la-19 bales . i. iton. 22
bales furn, 246 bbl? Bo In, 16 tiercel? Bice,
43 casks Clay, "?9 Melons, 48 packueee >un
drtes.Pr scbr Myov?,r-162,000 feet
Lun ber, iou h' di Molasses 16 h ls Beef 18
boxes Wine, 77 bags Cotton Heed 8 parka^c?
Furniture, 3 boxes Bardwa'e, 1 bbl Tinrsar
PHILaDBt Pdlt-Pe seamship J W Eveiman
190 hale? roi ton, 60 hiles Tarn, 7 bal--?' RUMS. 1
balo Wool, 305 bbl* Rosin, 116 tons Pbospba>
....Pee sci r Claru Bell-280 tons Phosphate
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Fal on-71 tierces
Bice, 42 ba'es Co't >n, 240 bbls Hoe in, 80 cask-*
cia *, 46 bales Leatter, 34 bales Hair, 60 bales
Domestics, 4 bales Rigs. 140 fons Ptiotphate
Rock 60 packages Vegetables and Sund iles.
Per brig Klien Marin-800 tor s Phosphate hock
ff 2.9 s s 5 sss.*
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
43,383 balsa Cpland, from Mobile 15,630 bales, from
Savannah 87*,4 bags Sea Island and 240 bales Cp?
land-and from Charleston 2523 bags Sea Island and
232 bales Upland, the quantities received at those
ports from Mobile. Florids, Texas and Savannah.
Kx po ns.
ATHENS, N T-Per sehr W L Springs-160,800 feet
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown, S C
T W Daggett, Dr J B Amer-on. B S Lester, J Jones.
HW! ?lton. A Smith, B Beard, B Bogan, X Brown,
and 6 on deek.
Port Ot ChariPSton. ^ut?ust 13
FHA ?8 OF THE MOON.
N-w Moon, 7th, 4 hours, 46 minutes, evening.
First Quarter, 14th, 7 hoar. 19 minutes, morning.
Full Moon, 21st. ll hours. 3 minutes eveuing.
Last Quarter, 361b. 2 hours, 38 minutes, morning
BISX8. I SETS.
10 rn cad ny....
12,xh urn day...
5. 24 i
Brig E W McGllvery. Stubbs, Bucksport, Me.
Hay. To J A Essiow h Co.
Hclur Francisco Crowther, Baltimore-15 days.
Cona. To T J Eerr & Co. . .
Yacht Loud s-, lrom Port Boyal and Beau?
fort, s c.
Steamer Emilie, Lewis, Georgetown. 43 tes Rice,
Mdse, and Sundries. I o Sbarkellord b Kelly, 8 L
Howard b Uro, J M Eaton k Br >, h s Solomons, J F
1 avior b Co. Mrs J D Word, B O'Neill. Mrs D E Hu?
ger, C J Walker, H Kl .tte b Co, C D abrens & Co, C
Alston, Sr, and others.
Received iront Chisolm'a Wit-36 tierces Bice. To
S.L Howard b Bro.
Scbr W L Sptiogs, Halsey, Athens, New York-H F
Baker k co.
Sailed Veste rd ny.
British bark Fantee, Cleverly, a Port in Great Bri?
Brig Ellen Maria, Smith Baltimore.
*chr Anna g Glover, 'lnrry. Booloo.
Sehr Electric Spark, Cornell, New York.
From Min i on.
Sehr Adolph Huge), Adams, Philadelphia. August 9.
bp tor this Fort.
Brig J A Devereux, Clark, at Bo-ton. August 9.
Cleared tor thia Hort.
Behr Menewa, Dissosway. at New York, August 9.
The steamship San Jacinto, from New York for Sa?
vannah, went ashore on Body Itland on the 'J tb lust.
1 he paaseng1-? and crew wee saved. 1 he ship at
last accounts wag still reiior'ed tu good condition.
LIST OP VKSSBILB
W? CLEARED AND 8 AILED FOB i Ula POl\T?
F O B SJ G N
The Hannah Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared.May 20
The Vinco, ?alh.Jay, sailed.July 15
British brig Courier, Evans, sailed.July S
9 O' Bl E H T I li
Scbr Velocity, Pinltham, sailed.June 16
Brig J A Devereux. Clark, up.August 9
Brig Cyclone, Frinbie, up.August 3
Sehr Geor.de, Swan, up.July 31
*ch Lilly, Buche-, up.ingust 4
behr Menewa Dissosway cleared.Aug oat 9
behr Amanda Flannagan, Collins, cleared... .July 30
LIST OP SHIPPING
In the Patt Of Mr, arie s ton. A a gnat 19.
V??E2L2 r.^ZB ICS IONS, ?ND CTEAMEBS COASZINQ
WITHIN THE ETATS EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1387 tons, Woodhull, at Armer's wharf
for New lora, loading-Jame* Ad?er A Co.
8eaOuVl,ei6 tons, DUHQU, ?mon wharves, for
B*rlMoro: kaiiug-Courtenay A Trenhoim.
Minnie .Tr), 223 toiis. K..bcrtacn, at Marshall's
wharf, for Liverpool, lowdina-E Mure & Co
H W McOih-ery, - t'.n*. starts, in inc ctrcira. from
Frankfor . Me. jost armed-J A vnslow ft Co.
J Ti<?e i Br). 175 urns. LOT-joy. at Bennett** wharf,
for the Mediterranean, load np- .- P Hail.
Bella Dolores hpan). - tons, Dunll at Quarantine,
irom atanziH, WMitinit-A P Uah
.Susan t Voorbeo. 390 tons, Full rd. In Ashlev
Bi ver, for Ne* York, loading-Ri-1 y ft Creigh?
Mvrover, 416 tons, Brown, st Palmetto wharf, for
New York, ready- Kisley ft Crelshton.
stani.. ?do 145 tons. . trattcn. in Ashley Elver, for
P ovldence, loading- L 1 Potter.
Wm I. Springs, 216 lons, Halsey, st N I Railroad
wharf, for New York, loading-H V Baker \- t o.
-arsh ' nilen, 274 tons, Avis, in the >tream, lor
Wilmington. Del, ready-H F Bakor ft Cc.
Clara Bel^e, 166 tone, Arasbury. in ihe ?tream, for a
Northern Pott, ready- Olney ft Co.
Solio e. - ton?, i ext jr, at Vennina's wharf, for
Boston, loadin -M Goldsmith ft Son.
Lotti , 266 tons, Johns on, in the. '-Bream, for Provi?
dence, ready-Risley ft Creighton.
NW m th, 296 tons. Tooker, at Adger'a wbarf.from
New Kerk, olscnarging-W Boacb ft i o.
B N Hawkin?, 896 tons. Mc Wy at Anger's wharf,
from New kork discharging-W Roach .t Co.
Waneta, - tons, Featherstone at Venning'a wharf,
from Nea T?rk, discharging-W P Hall.
Fmmft D unney, 164 ton?, Milton at I nlon wharf,
from Jacksonville, fla, to be repaired-H F Ba?
ker ft Co.
LIST OF LETT KR9 remaining in the PostofBce at
Jkarlcston, for the wera -.nding ATJUCKI 12, 1869.
and printed offlelally In Tue DAILY NEWS, as the
newspaper having thc largest circulation In the City
jas-persens calling for Letters Advertised, should
.tate that they arc "Advertised."
49> Office haut? ?rom * A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun
lays, irom 5 to G P. M.
STANLEY O. TROTT. Postmaster.
Allstou, Miss H
Banks. Miss An
Berren, Miss S Ii
Brown, Miss Em?
mie R \
Bryant, Miss Ve?
Burk scyer, Miss
Cambel, Mrs El?
Chisolm, Miss L
Mrs F D
Cook, Mus Ada
Ci ok, Urs Em
Coats, Clari B
Cray ton, sue
Davis, Mrs Cece
Days, Mrs Han
Deas, Miss Catb
Daron, Mrs A
Duff -, Mrs An?
Eady. Mrs Ada?
Dav's, Urs John
MI an K
Fora. Miss Em
Gib .p, Miss Ma
Gibbs, Mi6s Cc
Oreen, Mrs Mar
Hair, Mrs Cath?
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Hillyer, Mrs Har?
Hilton, Mrs J C
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Bombs, Mrs Eli?
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Jones. Mrs C M
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Jones, Mrs Ellen
Kruse, Mrs Wir
Learn. Mrs J
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Muree, Miss A L
Meyer, Ur? Mary
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M r.s. Miss Jen
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Purtle, Miss El?
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Clement, Jan e?
Cnllin, James C
Dale, John C
Davidson, E J
Dohon, W R
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Fengoa, H p
Foster, Kdwin F
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Geldings, Dr J
Gowan, J For?
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ilrlffln k Hoff?
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Harney, W Y
Harvey, D v.
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Huggins, G W
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Kit g. T Bernard
Kunmoy, F M
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Perkins. Wm A
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oller-, Ho ct
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p L I' A lt K F D li
YOU T A K K .
WHEN YOU ARK EXH AUSTED BY OVERWORK
of bead or hand und feel tbe need ol something tn
viKoroiing. don't dnnk whiskey or any intoxica ting
thing, whe her under the name of Hitters or other?
wise, -uch articles give just a- much strength to
your weary bod aud mind as the whin gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESoINU REACTION.
Dodd'8 Nervine and Inv?gorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. Wnat it .gains for
yon. it maintains. When it rf freshes body or mind,
lt refreshes wi'b natural strength that comes to sray.
Weare not recommending teetotalism iu tbe interest
of any faction; but long sod extended observation
teaches us that he wbo resorts to the bottle for rest
or recuperation, will^nd, as he keene at i', that he
ia kindling a fire in his bones which will consume
like thc flames of perdition. Turn from it Take o
tonic that will refreah ?nd not destroy. DODO'S
NERViNK is forsaio by all Bruguists. Trice One
D' Uar. See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each betti Taus* Jana 26
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price, f
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please sead for a catalogue to
' MARVIN A 00.,
4 (oldest safe mansfectaren)
"_? \ t (286 Broadway, New Yeti.
Principal J m che6tottt St,f Phi]a,
Warehouses J m Bank gt#> ?jktyt\x\Ji?,0
And for sale by our agents in tilt
principal cities throughout the
FOB SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD k CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 29 lyr
PAMNIN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ANS ALL DISEASES Or THE
STOMACH AND LIVEB.
l?n ARE axcoifimnm BT IEI
HEGEMAN Ac CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YOEE.
Manufactnred by C. F. PANKNIN,
CSailC? ?SD AP0TSZCAB7,
MWEor Bal* by Druggist* Everywhert.'*?M\
Febrnaiy 15 mwflyr
IPrngs, (gljemifate, CU.
Q U K ? PO Pl
THE ONLY CEBTAIN
AD 0;LP H I8AAC8EN' S
sealed and warranted to
keep fresh for all time
tbe greatest discovery
if its kind In tbe age we
dre in. No perron seed
*^ be troubled with BATS,
Al ICE, BED BOOS or
ROACHES, for Air. Isaacsen'a destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare sud valuable compounds, its cheapness is
as wonderful ss lie efficacy. Bundreds of testimo?
nials have been received irom all perts of the United
The great advantage this SUBE POP possesses
over all similar preparations is tbe FAC T that it is
Certain lu its Kilt ct?,
and free from the unpleasant ess of rats dying in
their holes, as lt causes tbem tn leave tbe premises
to seek air, and consume* tbem so entirely as to
Ko Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ot references can be made to
Persons in this City,
?ho have successfully oued it
SOLE AGENTS FOR SOU 1H CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPORThP.S AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS,
Comer Meeting and Basel-streets,
April '?3 mwt6iuo Charleston, S. C.
1 S O K ' S
Warranted lo l?e m ove all Desire
lt ls Purely Vegetable ?nd contains
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
Bicnx 'ND. VA-, November 28. 1868.
DEAS Rn-The "Tobasco Antidote" prepared by
you according to the leceiptyou have submitted to
me, and the ingredient? ot which I have examined,
1Hpurely vegetab e. entirely harmless, and contains
nothing in the least injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, ?nd a? a home article, I hope you will
meet wi tu ready ?ale lor ir, sua I believe Uiat if the
rlirectiousare lollowed, it will do a l you claimed tor
lt JOBN DOVE, M. D.
MW Price 50 cents per Bot. The usual discount
to the Trade.
MW For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB 80VTH CAROLINA.
gOL'TH CAROLLWA RAILROAD. ^
^HAsuaraii, ?. C., April V, 1M9. f
ON AND A>TBB ol'}. DAY, AP?IL Urn, TH J
PASS..-. >RB IKAJNS of the south Carola a Bal?
road will rus as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 -. If.
Arrive at Augusta.4.45 P. If.
Connecting with trains fer Montgomery. Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery sud
Grand J mutton.
Leave Charleirton.8.30 A M,
Arrive at Cetambts.8.10 P. M.
Connecting witt Wilmington sud Manch ester Bill?
road, ?nc Camden train
Leave Augusta.8.00 A. al,
Arrive at Charleston..;.......10 P. M.
Lea re Columbia.7 45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston..8.io P. If.
AUGUSTA NIGHT CTPBBB8
Leave Charkaton.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Aajmsta.?.io A. M.
Connecting with tiaras tor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, via Grand J auction.
I eave Augusta. 4.1Q P. M.
Arrive at O h?rtesten. .4.00 A M.
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESA
Leave Charleston.C.15 P. H.
Arriva at Columbia.AAA A. M.
Connecting (Sundays excepted) with Greenville an*
Coram bia Railroad.
Leave Columbia.6.50 P. M.
Arrive st Charleston.5.S0 A V.
Leave Charleston.8.88 P. H.
Arrive at Sommerville. MO ?. M.,
Leave Summerville.T.10 A. MA
Arrive at Charleston.A35 A. M
Camden and Columbi4 Passenger Trains en Mon
DAY?, WanjESDAYs aud SATUBDATS, connects with
sp and down Day Passengers al Ringville.
Leave Camden.6.85 A. M.
liri.? at Columbia.ll.oo A. at.
Arrive at Camden.7.05 P. M.
8lgned> B. T. PKAKE,
AorH io flwuwM' -. - vttt.
S A D A A. 1 S
Purifies the Blood.
For Bale by Dvuaglrte Everywhere.
inly 28 lit
rp H E BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI
-THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (8ugir-Coated.). -
"COSTABA" BISHOP PILI,
"ls of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, Ind)}'
gestion. Dyspepsia, Headache, Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "The best PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September A
TRY T H E HI
All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell tbern.
"Costar V flat, Roach, die. External's.
"Cottar's" Bed Bug Exterminators.
?.Costar'?" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remediea known."
"18 year? established in New York."
"2900 Boxes, and Flasks manufactured daily."
"111 Beware 111 of spurious imitations."
"iii Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
Fer $1, $7, 83 and $6 sizes, Address
"COSTAR" CUMPA S Y.
rio. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Bold in CHARLESTON, 8. C., by
GOODRICH, WIN EH Aft dc CO.
March 33 nao i yr
S K u o :
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, LITER COMPLAINT,.
NERVOUS DEBILITY, RHEUMATISM,
NEURALGIA, SIDNEY AFFECTIONS,
EBUPIION8 OF THE ERIN,
Obstinate or long standing diteases of th?
BLOOD, LITER, URINARY ORGANS,
NERVOUS SYSTEM, 4c.
It purifies and enriches the Blood, eradicates
Syphilitic or Scrolulons Taints. Restores the Liver
and Eidneys to a healthy action, aids digestion, reg?
ulates the bowels, and invigorates the Nervous Sys?
49- NOT A SECBET QUACK MEDICIVE.-**
FORMUL A ABOUND EACH BOTTLE.
Recommended by the best Physicians, eminent
Dlviaes, Editors, Druggists, Merchants, Ac.
HST THE BEST AND HOST POPULAR MEDI
CINE IN USE.
PBEPABED ONT. Y BT
J. J. LAWRENCE, M. D.,
(An experienced and well-known Physician aa*
Laboratory and Office, No. 6 Main-street,
I -ice One DoPar per bottle.
For sale by
GOODRICH, WISEMAN k CO.,
DOWIE k MOIsE,
Charleston, 8. C. .
And Druggists everywhere. 4
Jj R. R I C H A U'S
A?K FOB NO OTHKB, TARE NO OTB KB, AND
you will save time, health a?id money.
tu(0 REWARD tor any cate of disease in any
stage which they fal) io cure.
Dr. BICH?D*B ?Ol DEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers, Ulcerated Hore throat sud Mouth. Sore
I-yes. Cutaneous or skin Eruption-, Coup*T Chored
Blotches, -oreness ol the Scalp. Scrofula, kc ; ls ?ne
greatest Benovator, Alterative and Blood Purifier
known, removes a l diseases trom the kyttem, and
lea vee the blood pure und health'.'.
Dr. HICBAO'K GOLDEN KA Ls A M No. 2- cures
Mercurial Affections, Bheumatism in al) it'forma,,
whether t< om mercury cr other causes; gives Imme*
diaterelief in alteases. No d>e>ing i'<cef*ary. I
have thousand* of Certificates urovmg the miracu?
lous cures eflVcleo by these berni dies. Price of
either No. 1 or No. 2, $5 per hotti.-,or iwo bottles for
Dr BICHAU's GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, ?safe ?pee?
dy, p'easant and radical cure lnr ali CnoaryDe
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle. """"
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELTXIB D'AMOUB. a
?adieal cure for fervous or General Debility, in old
or yoong; imparting en?-rgv with wondeifol effect.
Price 85 uer bottle, or two bottles for $9.
On receipt ot price these Bemedits will be shipped
to aay place. Prompt a ?en tien paid to ?H corree
de ut?. None genuine without the name of "Dr.
BICHAU'H GULI'EN B EM EDIES, D. H. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown ki glam ot bot les.
Address D B. BICHAKDS.
No. 228 Varick-stroet, New York'
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Clrcu ara sent ly July j
M1PBBTOB TO THE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and soid wholesale
an? retal? ey Dr. H BABB.
Jue SA N.O 181 Meaang-etreeL,