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A Seaside Sketch.
The ian MOM down s round red disc;
Aad seen against it, tapering tain
' ?Relieved of ?ll ?he caree of risk.)
Tbe^shing-e macis come ridmg ia.
Stew rinks the orb behind the hay,
. Qr to, at least, lt soems to sink
.T A thirsty chartrer, snail I ta} ?
Slow stooping in the tea to drink.
aad beating shoreward, aee-gray gulls
Come sailing up the sound in flocks.
Then clean their wines and iee ii their holes,
alon amid the rifted rooks.
The ?oft winds play found poop and prow,
Too weak to climb tbs rock? cliff.
Within wnoee deepening shadow now
Lie bulky barge and troy skiff.
And over oil the scene anon
A denier darkuese draws ironed.
The Tillage lights show one by cae,
and night comes hushing every sonni.
/iaiiritl tte (iopwrrrigl
T?a? cnarifiton Stoney market.
THuasnaT, August SI, 1869.
lhere has been no material chance in the market
?ince the last report Money is tight, and there
hare been few transactions du ling the week, and
the price* given below are mei ely nommai,
?o cr Hara aura EILIS.
Bank of Camden.76 @00
Baak of Charleston.86 ?00
Baak of Chester.13 @00
Bank of Georgetown.IS 000
Bank of Hamburg.8 @oc
Bank of Newberry. .83 000
Baak of South Carolina.IS @00
Bank of State of S Carolina, prior to 1861.40 @00
Baak of Stateof S.Carolina, after lat Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.? Ca, :)
Exchange Bani, Columbia....IS &
Barnsen' and Exchange Bank, Charlton.0C ?oe
People* Beak. Charleston.93 ?00
natter's Bank of fairfield.7 000
flautet?*and Mechanics'Bank,Charieaton.93 goo
iouttrweetern Ral tread Bank, Charleston,
South wee tern Bailroad Bank, Cu aries ton,
. State Bani. Charlton....8 ?tt
Union Bani, Charleston.09 @oo
City of Charleston Chante Bills.... A.97 OOO
State S. Carolina Treasury Note?.87 @0O
BOHD6, STOCKS ABD COUPONS.
City of Columbia Bonds.68 (?00
City of Columbia Coupons.76 @0O
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
(whole shares).?J? ts 46*.
Benth Carolina BaOroad (half shares).20*0302
6.C. Bailroad Six Per Cent. Bonds..73 300
S. C. KB. Sevan Per Cent. B'ds,.81 082
-ft C. Railroad Certificate t>f Indebtedness.90 000
City of Charleston Six Per Ct. Stock (dull). SO 060
CU? of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.77 Q0O
?Uteof South Carolina Boude (old).68 (?00
l?ais of South Carolina Bonds (new issue.
of January 1, 1887).66 000
Atate of sou Ja Carolina bonds tissued for
. Bank of thc state tulls).63 000
Aerie ct* tiocth Carolina Stock.85 g GO
?tatecf ftmth OaitllaaOansiaa?<fiiaiMbk)70 000
FeopeCs national Bank Stock......113 ?00
JPiratBatioaal Bank 8toci.,.119 (300
Union Bani Stock..18 000
CiasavflWi and Columbia Bailroad State
guaranteed honda.60 000
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
_ Bonds.?8 000
Northeastern B. B. 1st Mortgage Bonds.83 000
darthaaataxn E.R. lat Coupons (past due).70 000
Ncrth?UfiterD Bailrc*d tieck (capiW).$8 000
Northeastern BaOroad Stock (preferred). . 833 a00
Xoriheariexn B.B. Certificates of Indebted.
Cherew end Darlington lat mort, bouda..83 000
?Btarieeton Gas Company Stock.33
Charleeton City Ballway Stock.54
Ck? tact on Mining and Manufacturing
Oompany'a Phosphate Work*.00
Charleston and Savannah Bailroad Bonds
Savannah and Cnarleaton R.B. Stock.29
City of Savannah Bonds.99
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to lat Jute, 186?).-n..7.....J7 ?00
City cf Havannah Coupons (due after lat
June, 1068).97 @co
Criy of Memphis beads, endowed by M.
AC Railroad.68 000
Memphis aa* Charleston BaOroad 8tcO:.?ll 000
Memphis end Charleston Railroad Bouda.90 600
Menvpaw and Charleston R. B. Counons. .93 000
Sipo rta from the 20th to the 31st An
LIVERPOOL-Fer Brinah bark Minnie-1000 bbU
Spirits Turpentine. 1798 bbla Rosin.
BALMA, MAJORCt-Per sehr Waiata-41,820 feet
Lumber, 133,916 feet Timi* r.
BOSTON-Pe? bri* H H MsCilrery-225 tons Phos?
phate, 20 oceject Lumber_Per sehr Sali?te
IBM bala Naval Stores, 9 bags fee leland cotton,
3 bales Moas, 22 tona Matal, and 6 Pat ka*ea.
PBOYlDRNCi-Per ?ehr Stampede-107,COO feet Bc
. sawed Lamber, 18,090 feet Timber.
X.BW TOBA-Per steamship Manhattan-44 pack
.(?ea Soadrtee, 1 Plano, 78 balea Upland Cotton,
9 bags Sea ?aland Cotton, 9 cases Mdse. 43 ba'es
Domestics, 376 bbla Rosin. 3 tierces Rice, 153
empty B?rrela, 10 hhds Copper, Ac, 95 balee
Waite. 60 casia Clay, 46 empty Carboy a, 58 bavs
Pindera_Per steamship Minnetonia-34 balee
Upland Cotton, 4 baga Sea Island Cotton. 96bales
Taras and Domestics, 148 bbla Botin, 80 cai ki
Clay. 63 paetag?B t-undrlea_Per steamship
Champion-4 bags Sea bland Cotton, 147 bales
Oplaad Cortea, if 1 tierce? Rice. 61 baden Dome?
flea. 46 bags Pindera, Iff bbla Rosin, 35 casks
- fikay, 10crate? Brm*.30package*Sundries ...
Per Behr R WSmt-h-i?O.ooo feet Lumber, 486
bbl? Naval Stores. 34 hhds Molasses, 1 Piano, 6
oases kid??. 300 kegs Powder.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship J W Everman-60
bales- Cotton. 46 biles Tern and Domestics, 1
bale Wool, 638 bala Naval stores, 17 ton? Pb oe- j
phate Bock, and 144 package? Sundries_Per
scar B h Hawkins-elS tons Phosphate Bock.
.ATI H. OBX-fer steamship Sea Oufl-114 tierce*
Bte?, SS bale* Cotton, 10 bale* Bags, 143 bbla
Bo?in. 523 boxee Canned. Peaches, 8 b. les Domes?
tic*, 8 bal?* Leather, 41,000 feet Flooring Beard*.
30 pkg* Sundries.... Per ateamship * a'con-193
tierce* Bice, 67 bales Corten, 100 casks Clay, 32
bale? Domestic*, 44 bbl* Rosin, 87 bales Bu?,
3W package* irait, 32 bale* Bides and Leather.
JO,OOO feet Flooring Board?,and Sundries....
Bar sehr Francisco-150 tons Phosphates.
tm?. Aajrie ml titrai ?Mat B naines* Proa
That Ta'nahle section of the North An erican Con
Ucea!known a? tho Southern and Southwestern
Stales af the United States ie gradually arising
Bon tko effect- of a sei lea of changes to which few
peoples have era been subjected. Many ocmmu
niiles, less favored by nature and with a popula?
tion of Isa* furos and determination, wouli have
taken geaeratlocs to recover from the crashing fi?
fre* of the event? through which they have passed
and arc passing. With immenee natural resource*,
' aaa AAetertnmstiannot to remain prostrate, they
hive been applying themselves to the development
ci seca industries aa pxomiaed a ftir reward, and
having a.capacity to grow articles demanded far the
- comfort and necees tte* cf the world, tbe results of
their work have found good markets and paying
price?, ?nd each yt.ar sinco tho close of tho war bat
witnessed a ?toady improvement in material pro?
gress wherever good management .has been ex?
hibited. Tbs ch ana ea through which these State*
have passed, hie the action of al) gnat revolutions,
have goa* with ruthless step over many good, but
weak and helpless individuals; but the strong in will
and arm have come through with their power im?
mensely Improved to meet the struggles of life.
These increased power* of body and mind are now
being devoted to the recuperation of the country,
ana a steady progress and a great future may be an
adpa'.ed. The leading productions cf this region,
rotten, tobacco, kc, are in active request by the out?
side world, and the great ?tapie cotton, which is of
prime importance, ia assuming a greater financial
valuo than has heretofore been supposed it could at?
tain, aad the experience of years is slowly convinc?
ing the world that lor Ute growth of this ?rdele no
other coan try possesses the advantages of theee Sou th?
em Stater. These change*, which lt was ?upposed
would nearly prevent the growth of the leading pro?
duct?, have only so far lessened their amount as to
compel the world I o pay enhanced pri ces, and t he posi?
tion of the grower, which for many years was
one of subordination to the manufacturer, baa
become strong, and the future now promiae?
him wealth and prosperity. Tbl* alteiation
is dna to the lessening of the American crop,
say from 5,000.000 to 3,500,010 balee, and which
deae'ency the world has not been able to sup?
ply, causing price? to advance two or three fold ; and
a*, notwithstanding the remunerative rates, the
power of increasing the crop will be limito J for some
lime, the chances are that, with political affairs un
disturbed, the planter will receive paying prias for
all he can raise lor a number of years. This state of
thin*?, If continu ed, should lift the South to speedy
prosperity, an i cause all branches of her ind na tnt ?
to improve and flouriih.
The cotton year, just cloted, ha? been a satiafactoiy
?me to the planters. Price* have ruled well ap, and
middlings, which opened in September, 1868, ?t SI
fell rapidly to 21c during thai month, and did o
descend so low again daring the year, speedily rc
to 23*24:, and remained about tbeae figures for eeo
ame, and in January last improved to 25c, and sot
after lo27a28 and 29a2?,and which rates continu<
j to ?fane, wt en they advanced to 30a 30, and remain?
at about tbeae figur?e to the close of the commerci
year. Wherever Beacons have been fair, and go<
management eil ned, the planter has been getting I
a lound financial position, and the effects produce
by (bis ciuse, and some improvement in the labo
promises, with favorable weather; to show a mot
important increase in the crop now coming <
maturity than any grown since the war; an
while the crop of 1865-66 wu 2,161,043 lalo
1866-67 at 1.951,968, 1867-68 at 2.450,000 lalei
I 1868-69 at 2,350,000 balee, tbe present grow tl
with favorable- VT?a?ierf w?l almost certain]
reach 2,809,000, and may, under muai)y good cot
ditlons, go ur to 3.000.C00. Even with thia last r<
suit, good prices, we think, may be looked for, a
the world is bare of a supply, and middlings will nc
j descend bel w 25 cts., at which rates the Am?rica
crop will be worth near $800,000,000-a sum trul
enormous for one product, and watch must soo
lead to great prosperity in thia section. Up to thi
period (he general prospect for * good cotton crop 1
excellent, and wbiio mat and shedding begins to a
tract attention, and has done ?crions damage tn som
parts of routh Carolina and Georgia, it has not ec -ei
ed op to t kio time surface sufficient to lessen ver
materially the growing crop. Great changea maj
however, yet occur which may reduce the yield t
9bo,000 bales or less.
The I cod crops of thia ? ection for Cte year havi
yielded well In some grains, while others have beei
quite deficient. The wheat harvest of th> past win
te: was generally satisfactory, but in conaequenc
of the very dry summer, thf oom crop in some dis
briet? will be very abort; but the larger portion o
the South will, perhaps, secure food product
enough to carry them through without purchaain
heavily. The manufacturing and mechanical capad
ty of thia section ate coming into prominent notice
and the number of mills engaged in the manufactun
of cotton gooda are already a valuable interest
ni ar 13,000 o ales of yarna and domestica bavin)
passed through this city for Northern ports during
the past twelve months. The publie are coming tc
the conclusion that the South offers unsurpassed
advantages for the production of cheap cotton fab
rles. An uausuil bptrit of enterprise la becomiu t
prominent, and the determination to posh forward
all material pursuits that promise, success was nevei
THE CHOPS IN SOUTH CAEOLEVA.
In abe upper section of the State the crops were dam
aged by tho late spring, and cotton was In many places
ploughed up and corn substituted ; but in the middle
aad lower sections a better stand was secured, and
more tavorable weather afterwards occurring, the
general appearance of tue cotton crop has been re ?
markab!/ good, until lately; when serious complain ti
have been made in soma districts of damage from
reit and shedding; but with good weather from this
ont we look for a decided increase in the growth of
the SUte, and it ia pratuble that from 200,000 to
216.000 bales may be reached, against about 180,000
bales the year before.
THE SEA ISLAND CHOPS.
This valuable quality of the stapK which ia grown
ia the greatest perfection o a the sea islands of thia
Butte, has been subjected, for two years put, to the
destructive actlos of the caterpUlar, and a lirge por?
tion of this crop in both seasons was consumed by
this insect and planten were, isj?consequence, al?
most hopeless of securing a favorable year. During
the pr?t eat summer the weather hu been exactly of
a kind to prevent the deve'opmeat of this enemy to
the plant, and the crop hu progreued in the moat
satlafactory way. the growth perhaps never looking
better. The caterpillar bas, however, appeared at
numerous points, and bas, in some caaes, done se?
rious damage, but hu n it ahowL generally a disposi?
tion to spread, and the planters are still hopeful of
an escape from a general visit The crop tor the
put year hu been u follows:
SEA ISLAND COTTON 8TATKKEKT.
Receipts at Charleston.bales..7271
Lesa received-from Florida direct and
Crop of South Carolina. 4747
Received at Savannah.10,280
Lees rec ired-trom Florida.3724
Lau received - from Florida in
transita for charleston and
counted at the latter.11C0-4824
Crop of Georgia. 5456
Receipts cf Floridu-at Charleston. 7624
Receipts of Floridas-at Savannah. .3724
Exported from Fernandina, Ac, to
yew York. 600
Crop of Florida. C748
Total crop of sea islands and Fiords*.16,961
#The prospect is that the coming crop will show a
karge increase in these figure*
THE BICE CHOP.
The cultivation of this valuable grain, always so
important a product of the State, and where it attain <
ed ita highett qualities, ia gradually recuperating,
and the rice fields which were ' rendered
ao unfit for cultivation by the destruction
af Iftmka, trunk i and other machinery so
necessary to the cultivation of this plant
are being restored to their former order, and what is
how needed to at once place this cultivation up toits
old standard ii a better supply of capital and more
steady labor. These results are approaching, and
wilt be attained ere long, sad the crops of Carolina
and Georgia, which were about 36,000 toa. ia 1867-6&?
improved to 66000 tea. in 1868-69, and will prob?
ably reach 65.000 to 70,000 la 1869-70.
? HICE STATEMENT.
Exports from Charleston- Tc A.
To foreign porta.j....70
City, local and interior consump?
Exported from Georgetown, S. C.. to
New York. 1,000
Stock on hand September 1,1869... 200
Growth of South Carolina. 36.809
Exports from Savannah
Block on hand. 631
Shipments from other ports of Geor?
Estimated crop of Georgia. 17.973
Total crop o? carolina and Georgia
for 1868-69. 64.782
THE COHN CHOP.
This valuable grain, so Important to the subsis?
tence of thc State, hu been unfortunately largely
curtailed by the very dry summer, and considerable
purchases will be necessary for much of the year;
but with good prices for moet of the staple products
of the State, ft is to be hoped that supplies will be
obtained without much inconvenience.
' THE PHOSPHATES
The invaluable deposits of thia land fertilizer, to
fortunately located on the seaboard of this SUte, are
daily developing in value, and their richness and
importance are Headily increasing. The trade shows
a large growth, and the exporta for the year have
b*en near 26,000 tens, among which were several
tbouaaads to Great Britain, against 4,000 the jeir
before. Several large fertilizine establishments have
commenced business in this city during this season,
their products being largely composed of these phos?
phates, and the manures prepared by them are se?
curing a high repuUtion and are giving general
latislacUon. This twines* will increase rapidly,
and promises to be of leading importance, giving
employment to labor and slipping, and being of
a description for which the demand is**lmcst un?
NATAL STORES AND LUMBER.
The trade in the articles under this head show a
steady increase, and with some improvements and
cheapening in the mode of hauling, this branch of
commerce should increase throe or four fold. Tho
pineries of the SUte afford a floe field for enterprise,
and the time cannot be distant when tho rapid ex?
haustion of Sorthern woods will cause all t he products
of the Southern pine to increase largely In value,
The exports of naval atores fur the year have been
about 70,000 barrels, against about 60,000 the year
before. The exporta ol lumber were near 20 000,000
feet, against about 18,000,000 thepreviou? year.
VEGETABLE! AND (H?TTS.
Th? ciimate and soil In the vicinity of this city,
and atong the Southern coast, is of auch a nature aa
to produce a varied and valuable vegetable growth,
which, united with the central location of this place
and the various railroad and steam lines meeting
here, bas given thia point a leading importance ia
th? growing trade ic vegeUbles and frulU from thc
Sou'h for the slippry of the northern eitle?. There
will be auch to overcome in tl ii? branch of agri?
culture before lt can be exactly on the footing nec
' eseary to make it a great success, which it is des?
tined ultimately to be. There are many processes
in the growth and putting up of these articles, and
in their handling and transportation, which will
be steadily improved upon, and we look upon
this class of industry as of tho highest impor?
tance-the growing and wealthy communities
at the North showing a purpose to bay largely
and pay bigb for eucbproductions and varieties as
gratify the appetite and please the fancy. While the
trade bas been large during the past season, the
competition lt bad to meet waa more than usually
active, and vegetables and potatoes were shipped
from new points, and in greater quantities. The
freights from this place to New York. Were also com?
plained of by grower?, Af the commencement of
the toaron price? were good, but the great competi?
tion soon reduced them. Oreen peas, which in the
first of the season Fold for $10, fell to fl 25 per crate.
Fr&m April to lune prices varied as follows: Beans
W, fell to ll 60. Potatoes 17, fell to $176. Cucum?
bers $7, tell to SOC. Tomatoes 07, fell to$2. Piaches
ranged from $38 to $1 per crate. Some shipments of
grapes were made, but no returns received. The
following ia a statement of the shipments of these
articles during the season just closed :
TO wxw YOU.
May, barrels and packagea. 7.904
June, barrels and packages.38,317
July, packages. 6,627
April, packages. 435
July, packages. 690
April, packages. 856
Hay, packages. 319
July, packagea. 414
Total to New York.45.938
Total to Baltimore.9.195
Total to Philadelphia. 5,240
By all rail to tte North. 3.000
The gross aaloa of the above produce from April 1
waa about $175,000 to $200,000.
There are other articles which enter into the com*
moree of the State, among which are the exports ot
yarns and domestics, which have amounted to some
13.000 balea fer the year; kaolin clay, for which ibero
ls a steady and increasing demand for the manufac?
ture of porcelain, some 8,000 tierces of which have
been exported, and o ! her minor articles
Has been moving up gradually but steadily since the
close of the war, and although every advance bas
Leen with difficulty, the momentum forward baa
boen ateadUy increasing, and notwithstanding the
sharp competition around whi-h ia carried on with
a vigor formerly unknown ; the ex o silent po?ition of
this city, the well known Integrity and fair dealing
of her merchante, are surely gaining back the exten?
sive business which she postea ?ed before the late
disturbances. Her roonied facilities aro being In?
creased; her railroad and steamship linea are be?
ing conducted with a determination to acermanodate
the public, and the wharf-owners tty cotton and
noe belora have lowered manv of their rates and In?
creased the accommodations required f r the trans?
action of their avocitlois. Everj toing indicates a
large and profitable trade at tty point during 'be
season now at hand, and abo lld the agricultural?!
prospect turn out as well a? appearances would in?
dicate, we look for about the following exporta for
the buoine's year now at hand : *??
i otton. uplands, 300,000 bales at $100 per
rotton, aea Islande, 16,0X0 ba:esat$200
per bale. . 3 000,000
Bice. 45.000 tierces. 2,600.000
Phosphates, 30.000 tone. 300,000
Naval stores, 75.000 barrels. 263.000
Lumbar and timber, 20 000.00J feet. 200,Ouo
Domestics and yarns, 15.000 bales. 2,000.000
Til K CHA tt LESTO.V M IKK ET,
fron TBE WEEK sxnnto TUESDAY, AUGUST. 31.]
COTTON-For much of thc period since our list
report, sar from the 20th of August Inclusive the
market st Liverpool for thia article has had a weak
suing tendency and the rates, wbia}> began at IS?? d,
declined to 13yd; at.New York during the same pe?
riod prices did not vary materially, commencing at
J5c, falling off to 31??.-, and stiffening to 34y and
35c; while at this point tho ato.khas been so lim?
ited that the sales wore unimportant and quotations
somewhat nominal, at about 32c fl lb for middling*.
1 he operations at Liverpool and New York, for
the period under review, have been as follows: At
the former, on Friday, August 30, tbe article was
?bade firmer. Sales 18.000 bales, uplands T3yd;
the latter was ye better, closing quiet, sales 1710
balee at 35c. On Saturday, the 21at, tte former was
a abade easier, sales 12,ooo balee, uplands 13yd;
ihela'ter waa quiet, sales 600 bales at 86c On M on?
lay, the 23d, the former was quiet, salea 10.000
bales, uplands 18yd; the latter was unchanged,
sales 400 balea at 33c. On Tuesday, the 34tb,
the former waa a shade easier, uplanda 13yd;
aale i 8.000 balts; the latter waa without decided
change, sales 600 bales at 35c. On Wednes?
day, the 25th, the former was cosier, up?
landa IS.S'd, s.ies 8000 bales; the Utter waa dull
ind ye lower, eales 900 balea at 84yc On Ihu*s
day. the 26th. tte former waa dull, uplanda 13yd?
18yd, sales 6000 bales; the latter was steady, salee
IfOO bales at 34Vc. On Friday, the 27;h. the former
waa heavy, uplands 13yd, salea 6000 bales; the lat er
waa atesviy, sales 8400 bales at 34yc. On fceturday,
Ihe 28th, the former waa dull, uplands 13 yd, sales
WOO bale s the latter was a abado firmer at34y@35c,
ni s 900 l?ales. On Mon Jay, tte 30th, the former
waa easier, uplands 13yd, salta 6000 bales; tho latter
ams a shade firmer, sales 600 bales at 35c. Yester?
day the former was quiet, uplands lsyd, saJrs 6000
bales; tte latter was firm at 35c
'1 he* arri vals at thia port from the 20th to tte 30th
August inclusive have been 3 bags of tea islands
and Floridas and 311 balea of uplanda, against no
bags of ?ea islands and 138 bales ot uplanda the week
before, and no bags of sea inlands and 141 bales of
aplauda for tte same week last year. Thea ? sup?
plies have come throng i the following source, say
of uplands per South Carolina Bailroa<i 307 bales,
per Northeastern Railroad 4 bales of sea Islande, one
bag new crop from Wadmalaw, and one bag new
The transactions in thia market for tte week have
been as follows:
On Friday, August 20th, busincaa in the staple waa
limited for want of atock, but the moderate t enac?
tions indicated an improvement of about ye. tj? lb;
sales 60 bales, 3 of which were new cotton, at 59c. $
lb; ordinary to good ordinsiv old cotton being quot?
ed at 39@30; low middling 31, and middling 32 cts.
On Saturday business was to a great extent Ex?
pended by the reduced condition of tte stock and
the firmnifs of sellers; the transactions were confin?
ed to 2 balet new Georgia middlings at 35 ye. ? lb ;
quotations vero nominal,
On Monday the ari lelo was quiet; sales 19 bales;
quotation!, continued somewhat nominal, say ordi?
nary to good ordinary 28 ?30; low middling 81 @Sly;
middling 83@32yc $ tb
On Tuesday tho demand was light and pnces
weak; sales 18 bales, of which 10 were new cotton;
quotations being, say for ordinary to good ordinary
28S30; low middling 31; middling 32c ft lb.
On Wednesday the small supply of tbe article aal
the dull condition ef other markets, obstructed bus!(
ness, and the eales were only 4 bales of new cotton ;
quotations were somewhat nominal, aay ordinary to
good ordinary 28&30; low middling 31, and mid?
dling 32c. fi lb.
On Thursday the operations were without impor?
tance, and quotations nominally unchanged
On Friday there was a light inquiry at about pro?
viene rates, the transactions being small for want of
stock; sales 19 balea; ordinary to good ordinary
being quoted at 28@30, low middling 31, and nod?
dling 32c ft ft?.
On Saturday tte transactions were light ; sales 10
bales at 30 ye; quotations unaltered.
On Mondty the business continued limited in
consequence of the absence of supplies; eales 51
bale?; quotations being without chango, say: Ordi?
nary to good ordinary 23330c, low m ddiing 31, and
middling 32c fl lb.
Yesterday the market waa quiet but firm, pur?
chasers taking all tte limited lots that were offered;
eales 23 bales, say: 13 at 27>; ; 1 at 30 K ; 1 at 30; lat
31X ; 8 at 32 ; ordinary to good ordinay being quoted
?t 28@30c; low middling 31c; middling 32c ? lb.
By New York classification we quote middling
BEA ISLAND COITOS.-The crop of this article hts
continued lo show a fave-able aspect with bot and
dry weather; the caterpillar making but little pro?
gress. Tho rn.rkct been quiet, and, in its pres
ent bare condition, bas not exhibited any features of
note. The new crop has commenced to make its
appearance, and one ba? of nev Floridas and one
of new South Carolina sea islands have come to
band, and, aa the crop is matutina quickly under
th? bot ran, we may look for early receipts should
prices Offer inducements. Quotations are quite
com mainly common Floridas SOaCO; medium
60a70c ft lb? Sea islands may be quoted at 65a76c
for medium, and SOcaf1 fl lb for fine.
BICE.-The market ia ne^?',y D",re of tbie article,
and the transact!^, n|T? Deen ugttt at firm prices,
ailes &ice tho 19th instant amounting to about 135
tierces of ?lean Carolina We quote common to fair
clean Carolina at 8@?Kc; good 8XCoolina
rough may be quoted at SI 6031 81) for interior, and
$1 76<?3 pe; bushel for seacoast.
NAVAL S TOBSS-The receipts, since tb': 90th of
August, hare been in fair supply say about'JOGO
barrels, with a good inquiry, at steady price? tor
mott qualities. Sales of spirits of turpentine have
taken place at 37>;&33c ft gallon tor inferior and
country packages, and 38>a' for New York barrels.
The transactions in rosin have been at fSafS 50 fi
burel for extra No 1; $i 25af2 75 fl barrel for low
to good No. 1; 12 9 barrel for dull and opaque;
$175afl 86 V barrel for No. 3 to extra No. 3, and
fl TO ft barrel for No 3. Crude turpentine may be
quoted al M 80 fl barrel for vi rein ; 52 CO ft barrel
for j ellow dip, and tl 00 ft bar el lor bard
HAT-Thearrivals hive b en about 200 ba'.cs of
North River descriptions, home 200 bales of this
quality were sold from tae wharf at 97c ft hundred.
Corni-The arrivals have been moderate, viz: about
0000 bushels irom Baltimore and limited lots by
raiL With stiffening prices at th' lea Ung markets
the ratea here have bad an upward tendency. The
demand was limited. We quote jobbing lots of white
Maryland at tl 3'J@1 40 ft bushel, weight, sacks in?
cluded, and fl 35@137 for Tennessee. A cargo of
55(0 bushels of orime white Maryland, in bulk, was
sold at fl 3* ft bushel, weight.
F LOUD - The mai Vet is moderately supplied with
moat quabt'ea, for which there ls a steady inquiry.
We quote Northern and Western super at $7 25(77 50
ft barr?]; extra at 18 V barrel, an 1 family at S8 50
?f0 fl birre!. Southern descriptions are in good
supply, and super may be quoted at f7 60 ft barrel;
extra at f8?$8 50 ft barrel, and family at f9@f 10 ft
JBACON-IS io moderate stork, and prices hive hid
a tendency to recede. Prime shoulders may bo
quoted at 17K@17Xc. ft lb.; prime clear rib sides at
21@21>4'c. ft lb Prime strips are held at 20>;c ft
WHEAT.-Moderate supplies of new Southern
are coming forward, and we quote prime white at
fl 70? 1 75 ft qushel, and prime red at fl 10?
BUTTER.-There ia a fair stock of prime Goshen.
We quote good to prime at 3C<gi* ) els. ft lb. West?
ern aod other lower grades sell from 2U@S0 et*, ft
lb, as in quality.
BAIT.-There have been no arrivals. Store lots
are held at $2 ?0 ft sack.
INDIA BAGGING -There have been considerable
receipts of this article, and under tree arrival*,
prices are slightly easier. We note sales of large
lotsat 26o. ft yard. Wo quote jobbing lois at 20^'c
fl yard cash and 27c on time. Dundee bagging,
44 inches, 1); tv. for the yard, is held at 30@35c.
Sea island bigging, 45 Inchei wide, 2 lbs. for the yard,
a held at 45c.
BOFE.-The demand for rope is moderate, and
prlcea aro somewhat nominal' at quotation*. We
quote hemp at - cents ft lb.-; greenlea^' at lu cents,
and jute at 8)4(5;9 cents ft pound.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most ap?
proved patterns, are offered on the market, at 7
aSc ft lb, and sales have taken place at these figures.
TTMBEB AND LUMBER.-1 he market for tbis arti?
cle ls dull. We quote timber for milling purposes
from f5@9 Shipping timber 110?1G; 4 4(36-4 floor?
ing at $14(?,15 ft M. Bright lumber, good mer-^,
cbanrable, from city milli, cut ta size, from $20
$24 ft M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal ; by
sall, Xd on uplands, at>d Jfd on Eea islands. To Havre,
nominal. Coastwise vessels are ln*demand-To New
York by steam J?c on uplands, and \c. on sea
Islands, fl 50 ft tierce on rice; by sail, Kc ft lb
on cotton; fl ft tierce on rice; 40c fl bbl. on
rosin; fd ft M. 01 lumber ; f9@10 ft M. on
timber. To Boston, by sall, .K@9-16c ft tb. on
ipland cotton. To Providence, M fl M. on boards,
Kc ft lb oa cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un?
settled and nominal; by sail, f0a7 ft M. on boards;
$9 on timher; ?3 per ton on clay; and $3 50@4
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by ateam, un?
settled and nomina]. By sail, f6@7 ft M. on
boards-f3 50354 ft ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
ore in demand by our merchants to take lumber
freigbn from Georgetown, S. C. , Carlen and S?bi?
la Uiver Geo., and Jacksonville, Fla., to North?
ern j crts, and fll@12 f> M. are ratea on lumber
.EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
wa? 144K for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks 00 New fork at par ; 6 days M
ot. They are selling sight checks at % prom.
GQLD.-The brokera ??re yesterday buying at
33K. ?nd scllin? at 84*.
.Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, August 31-Noon.-Consols 93K- Bonds
84K- Tallow 46s Od. Sugar buoyant at 39s 9da40s.
LIVERPOOL, August 31 - Noon.-Cotton dull,
uplands 13Kd; Orleans 13K*13;?d; sales wont ex?
ceed 4000 bales.
Afternoon.-Salea are tow estimated at 6000 baler.
Yarns and fabrics dull and nonlaal. There have
been heavy arrivals of cotton In the patt few days.
Bombay shipments since the last report aro 14,000
bales. Bed Western wheat 9* 0da6?. Flour 3(a Od.
Evening.-?Cotton dull; quotations the same;
salte 6000 bales, $f wbich 3000 bales were for specu?
lation and export. Bed We tern wheat 9s Cd. Na?
val atores dull.
FBAXXTOBT, August 31 -Bonds flat at c8K*88X<
PAUS, August 31-Bourse flit. Bentes 71f 5c.
NEW YOBS, August 31 -Noon.-Stocks unset?
tled. Money easy at 5a7e. Sterling, long 9K; short
10. Gold 33?;. Cotton firm and quiet at ?5c.
Turpentine 41Ka42c. Rosin Bro. strained $2 40.
?vening -Cotton quiet aod steady; ea'es 600 bales
at 36c Flour active; superfine ?5 85a6 20; common
to fair extra Southern $6 50a? 80 Wheat more ac?
tive, winter red Wistern fl 50il 60; Illinois fl 45
al 50; white Hathorn tl 60al 70. Corn closed dall
and 2c lower; Western mixed $1 l?al UK- Pork
firmer at 133 10a3J 60. Lard 19,Jia20c Whiskey
dull, $117all8. Bice steady, tugar fairly active.
Turpentine 42c. Rosin $2 30a8. Money easy. Ster?
ling heavy, fXa9& ftocks closed strong. Gold
very quiet at 33}?. '53*133K' Southerns heavy.
BALTIMORE, August 31.- Joitou dull and nomi?
nal ut 31Kc Flour quiet and sica ly. Wheat
firmer, prime to choice r. d SI 45al 55; good fl 30a
135. Corn tirmer, white fl 15al 16; yellow fl 18a
122. Bycdu'l. Oats firmer, prime Wc. Provisions
firm. Whiskey dull at fl 18
CINCINNATI, August 31.-Whiskey unsettled, fl
15 asked, fl 10 offered. Provisions dull. Mess pork
f33. shoulders 15c. Sides 18&C Uni 19?ic.
bi. Louis, August 31.-Whiskey dull fl 15.
Provisions quiet. Mo s pork f34 shoulders, dry
salted 14al4/,4'c. Bacon sides clear 19.KC
WILMINGTON, August 31.-Spirits turpentine
33?ic. Rosin quiet at fl COal 75. Crude turp?n
steady at f 2 50.3 Tar steady at S2 40. Weather
clear. Thermometer 75. The heaviest rain of the
summer tell last nigh', and continued most of the
AUGUSTA, August 31 -Cotton, market firm, with
a good demand; sales 63 bales; middlings SljiC; re?
ceipts 55 bales; sto.-k on band 124 bales.
SAVANNAH. August 31.-Receipts220bales; exports
375 balee; stock light, with a good inquiry; mid?
dlings 32 cents, lotti receipts for tho year :
uplands 351,972 bale? ; sea islands 10,349 bags ;
exports to Great Billin 128,572 bales of upland?,
5100 bags cf sea islands; to Fr nee, uplands 30,963
bales, sea islands 906 bags; other foreign ports,
uplands 12,981 bales, sea i .dar ds 9 bage. -Stock up?
lands 144 bales, tea islands 169 bags. Exports of
uplands to coastwise ports 189.98J baie3 sea Islaoos
MONTOOMEBT, August 91.-The amount of cotton *
received tn thia city from September 1, 1868, to Sep?
tember 1,1869, ia 44,468 bales. The stock now on
hand ii 136 eales.
MOBUR, Angnst 31.-The annual cotton state?
ment shows receipts for tbe past year of 29,621 bales ;
exports to Great Britain 137,484 bales; to France 16,
133bales; to other foreign ports 9637 bales; to tbe
United 8tates ports 84,194 bales; total exports for the
year 247,348 bales. Stock on hand and on ship?
board not cleai ed 1064 balea. Average weight per
bale 49862-100; ave ago price per bale $132 88-100;
average price per pound 24 84-100. Actual value of
exports Of colton io Europe $2,043,149 36. Nothing
done to-day; cotton nominally unchanged.
NEW ORLEANS, August 31.-Cotton aalen 164 balee;
middlings nominal at 32c; receipts 357 bales. Gold
33?. Sterling 46?. New Io,vK sight exchange He
WILMINGTON, August 30.-TURPENTINE-Only
40 bola ?eoeived, which changed hands at $3 for
virgin, and $2 60 for yellow dip fi 280 ms.
SPIERS TURPENTINE-Market steady. Seles of 132
bbls at 38?c fi gallon.
BOBIN-Sales of only 148 bbls at $4 for No. 1.
No other transactions reported.
Murray, Ferris & Co.'a Naval Stores
NEW TORE. August 28 -SPIRITS TURPENTINE
The heavy receipts in the early part of the week
proved to be largely in excess ot the wants of the
trade, and prices gave way lal ?c. with sales of 900
bbls it 41?a43c merchantable, ?2 Xe shipping, 100
N. T. bola at 30?o naked, and 1C00 gallons in tins
at 49c, closing quiet and rather firm at these prices.
Receipts 1986 bola. Exports 115 bbls.
Roars-We have bad quite un active tuiinessin
all grades, and the late receipts of common have
been placed for export on basis i f $3 36 for common
strained in yard, at which tbe market closes firm,
with an implored tendency. Pale meets ready sate
at $3a6, but the miiket is bare of extra graces, i he
sales arnon it to 24 000 bbls, ot which 6000 are No 1
pale, at (2 30a2 38 for low comm OD to good * trained ;
$2 40a3forNo2 $3 2Jai 75 for No 1, sm $6?0 for
pale. Receipts 13 169 bbls. Exports 6260
TAB-Ia ID small demand, but at slightly improv?
ed prices. Sales are 336 bbls. 34i36 gallons, at $2 66
a2 75; 60 prov bbl* $3; 50 Wilmington thin $4 75 free
ol bond. Receip'a 1509. Exports 160.
Charleston Wlaolesale Frlces.
SAWING. * yara
Dundee. SB ?t 43
Gunny Cloth. 26 ia, 27
BALE ROPE. ? lb-Manilla. - ft -
Western. . 8 @ 12X
Ju e. 8,\? 9
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 28 Q 30
Low Middling. 31 ft -
Middling to Strict Middling. 31 ?f 32 %
Good Middling. - ft -
Sealsland. f0 ft 1.00
COFFEE, fl lb-Rio. 20 ft 2G
Laguayri .I ** (a) -
Java.I 35 ia JO
Fl- RT ?LIZERS- I
Carolina Fe Mixer, fl ?OO0 lb?... |C5.01 ft -
Wando Fertilizer.?6C.C0 (a, -
Double Refined Foudrette.|30.00 ft -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 ft -
Peruvian Guano, ft 2240 lbs.195.00 w -
Paciflo Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 66.00 ft -
Phoenix Guano.155.00 ft -
Baugh's Phosphate, B 2000 lbs... 160.00 ft -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 3000 lbs... 165.00 ft -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-?65 time 57.50 id -
Orchilla Guano-.$40 time 35 00 ft -
Land Plaster. 34.50 @
Mapes'Soper Phosphate,fl 2000 lb 65.00 ft -
Zell'B Baw Bone Phosphate. 60.00 ft -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ft -
Woolston'sPhosphate of Lime..-. 165.00 ft -
Woolston's Vegetal >r, ft 3OC0 lbs 63.00 ft -
Crossdale''! Geo. Miper-Phoi, pet 60.00 ft -
Bowers'Complete Manure, net".. 60.00 ft -
fcardy'ePhoaphoPeruvian, cash. C6.00 ft -
Sardy's Pacific Guano, nash. 10.00 ft -
PatapacoGuano.....'.165.00 ft -
E. Frank Co-'s Phosphate..?65.00 ft -
FLOUR, ft bbl-Super. 7.25 up 7.50
Northern and Western Extra. 7.76 ft 8.00
Baltimore Extra. - ft -
Southern-Super. 7.25 ft 7.60
Extra. H.00 ft 8.60
Family. 9.00 ?11.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, ft bushel.; - ft -
Western Oats, fl bushel.! - m -
Corn, fl bushel. 1.34 m 1.40
HAY, fl cwt.-North River.I 97 ft -
Eastern.I - ft -
(.UMBER, fl M. teet- i
Clear White Pine, 1st quality. 00.00 ftSS.OO
White Pine, good run.138.00 (440.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ft24.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.114.00 ftlS.OO
Grooved and Tongued....j28.00 ?32.00
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba.I 45 ft 47
Muscovado. 48 ft 55
BngurHouae. 50 ft 1.00
New Orleans. - ft -
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar.... - ft -
Pitch. - ?t -
Rosin, Pale. - ft -
Rosin, No. 1.1 2.75 ft 9.50
Rosin, No. 3.1 1.75 ft 1.80
Rosin, No. 3. 1.70 ft -
SD?T?IS Turpentine, fl R?IUn.| 37Kft 38}?
OJ?UU). Vi ib..I 16 m -
NKILS-American, 4ft20d, ? keg.. | 5.50 ft 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g_ 6.70 @ -
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5.60 (ia -
Dupont's, Blasting. 4.25 @ -
Bacon, Hams, fl lb. - ft . -
Bacon, Sides. 21 (rn 21.>?
Bacon, Shoulders. 17>a cc 17J?
Bacon, Strips. 21 ft -
Lard, in keg. 23 ft 33
Butter. 20 ft 40
Cheese. 16 ft 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. - . -
Onions. - @ -
Apples. - ft -
RICE-Carolina, fl lb. 8 ft B%
East India. - ft -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fi tack.. 2.SO ft -
Liverpool, fine. - ft -
SUGAR, fifo-Raw.? - ft -
Porto Elco. 13XA 14
Muicovado.I Wi& 13
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"(fi ol'* M
tomparatlve Kxports of Cotton, from
tue Port ol Charleston.
Other liritish Ports.
l'utal to Great Britain..
Other J rench Ports.
Total to France.
Xortt of Europe.
Total North of Europe..
ou th of Europe.
West Indies, fcc.
Total Foreign Porta.
Rhode Island, ?c.
Baltimore and Nor.' Mk_
Other United Slates Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
4,023 I 49,783
4,023 J 49.7<-9
Stocks of Cotton In thc Interior Towna
not included In the Keceipts.
Augusta and Hamburg.August 28
Macon, Geo.August 27
Columbus, Geo.,. August 20
Montgomery, Ala.August 20
Memphis, Tenn.August 27
Nashville, Tenn.august 27
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Nons.-"We have deducted (rom New Orleans
?a 618 balea Upland, from Mobile 15.C30 balee, from
Savannah 3724 bags Sea Island and 240 bales Up?
land-and from Charleston 2624 bags Sea Island and
332 bales Upland, the quantities received at those
ports irom Mobile, Florida. Texas and Savannah.
Exporta or Klee. Naval Stores and h im
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1 to A ngust 31. 186V
New Orleans .
Other 0. 9. Ports..
Majorca & a Market
Halifax, N 8.
St Johns, N B.
29,619! 70,5491 17.985.009
Fer steimsbip Champion, from New York-Miss
C M Henry, Major T 8 Allison. Master H Haynes, A
Sylvester and wife. Miss Mary Engelbsrd, Mrs E P
Durand, Miss Julia Durand, B White, J Bile v. B Wy?
man and wife, JZurk>man, W Meade. Bose Kelly, ?
B Thurber, 8 Howe, H L 8mlth, M J Qannon, O F
Lincoln, J K J)llson, C ArbO'k, Mrs Brown, 8 Bun?
dall and wife, W Ackerman and wife, Mrs M Secken?
dorf! and child, A T McMillan, L F Benson. Mrs A
H Smith and three children, J Waterhouse, J Morri?
son, Mlis A Allison. Mm ? Allison. Miss H Allison.
Mies Ellen Allison, J A Lee and wife, a* 1 upper and
wife, F YOD Scbaack and wife. F Tagg, H Tagg, T E
Gregg, G I choQeld, E Sumner, 0 Fawns. A Sinclair.
T Williams, EE Bedford, D Blank. O Harefield, T
Singleton, J Spencer, C Hume, B Nelson, L Mann,
Elisabeth Hull, Addie Hull, and Miss Baker.
Port ot Charleston, Sept'r 1.
FHA ES OV THE MOOS.
New Moon, Gtfc, 12 hours, 46 minutes, moraine.
First Quarter, 12th, 4 hours, 3 minute?, evening.
Full Moon, 20th. 3 hours, 21 minutes, evenins.
Ln-t Quarter. 28tb. 4 hours, 2 minute?, evening.
AUG A fei'PT.
BIS??. I SETS.
G..26 I ll..44
C. .24 Morn.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-left
Saturday, P M Mdse. To James Adger At Co, J E
Ad;r<T k Co, G W Aimar, J Apple, J D Aiken k Co, J
Ackerman, Adams, Damon ft Co, C D Ahrena k Co,
H Bischoff & Co, A Bischoff, F C Brown, KT Brown,
D Brahe, Dr H Bacr, C Bart k Co, J Darry, W M
Bird k Co, E Bates k Co, I M BiistoU, Bollmann
Bros, Btown k Hycr, J U Boescb, W S Corwin k Co,
Crace, Boylstoj k Co. Cameron, Barkley k Co, R k
P Caldwell, t'hisohn Bro-, ( bapeau & Heffron, W
H<bafce&Co, Met un" Cohen, J C H tlaussen. JW
Denny, J Gregoiie, Douglass k Miller. M It? Drake,
Bowie 4 Mots?, H \ Due, F Dauer. J B Duval k -on.
W P Do tling, B L David, J ll Elson k Bro. D F
Fioming k <'o, J S Fairly k C). B t'eldminn k Co, J
erguiou. Forsythe. Mccomb kCo, I Ltnlk /: Co, M
Gliddon, Furchgott Bros, A ti Uoodwln & Co, Good
ch, Winemau k Co, W Gurney, J Gorham. J 'toud
kop, 1 E Greg-r, H ilerdts k co, Hobkins, McPher?
son k ?'o, LIuut Bro*. Holmes-' Book itore. Holmes
k Ca'dcr. A U Uuntey. J Hurfcanip & <"o, Hart & Co.
H Hillen. C E Huger, I HMUW. T M Hor-ey 4 Co,
K Heath. N A Hunt, A Illing, J tfords k Co. Jen?
nings, ILorall'Joon k ? o, Johuston, C'ews k Co, C
Kornabr-n-, C Kern-on, Klinck, Wickenberg k
o, K:iisuim k Howell, H K atie k i,o, L Lorentz, G
I.'german. Kriste k < uapuan, A Langer, E J Lcw
ith, A H Leavi't Lieut ( ot L>!oid. li Lawless. M
Levi. 1 aurcr A: Alexander, D Lopez & >oo, Leng
ick A: ^ell. W H LoDg, M Lu'jrs. U Li:schgi. Lieut
T Lotui, Mantoue k Co. Miss E Maguire. Mowry
Co, McLo.v& Bice, Muller, Nimita & co, Mcffott k
Wharton. J K McLean, Jiarsball k Burg -, J Mcilay,
W Mazyck, J H Murray, J G Milnor k Co, W Mat
tbiessen, M A Melirtens. L Manu, s II Marshall, B
Mure ? Co S Marco. Moran & Peters Nacl mann k
Co, N E Hai road, Osleodorff k Co, J F O'Neill i:
Son, B O'Neill, D O'Neill k son, Falmetto Co-opera
?ve Association, Paul, Welch Ai Brandes, sv F Pad?
don, J S E Pierson, G E Pingree, J Proger, Quinby
& CO, F Querello J Beils. W Scmcuen k Co, strauis
Bros & Co, SienhoU?C k Co, M Si ertner, W A Skrine,
D Solteri, H Stcnken. J -?ya?, W Shepherd. South?
ern Express Co. L schnell &; co. G W Steffens. Capt
Litbman, J E SemLe, W H Townsend. J F Taylor
k Co. F Yon Saotcn, W G Wbilden ? Co, Wagener k
Monsces, J Wirth k Co, M Welch. G W Williams k
Co. G H Walter 4 Co. C Wittacheo, L Weiskopf, G H
Wil?on, Werner k Ducker, Walker, Evans 4: Cogs
well. B White, W J Yates, and Kailroid Agents.
Br-titth sehr Mary At S.usan, Claro, Elcnthcrj, Bab.
Salt and Finit To A Canale. (Previously r ported
at Quarantine )
Sehr Wanata, Fetherstone, Palma, Majores.
Steamer Dictator, McNetty, Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah.
Smiled for tille Port.
Sehr Dexter Washburn?, Monro, from Bc-ekpert,'k*>
rac mo- ni*.
The sehr Carrie S Webb Howland, cleared at Kew
Tort on the 28th August tor Georgetown, 8 C.
The sohr W Gillum, Mehaffey, cleared at Hew
Tort on the 38th August for Georgetown, 8 C.
Lil ST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOE 1 BIS POA T
The Vinco, Halliday, sailed....^,.16
Bri tish brig Courier, Evar^ UQta.jury 3
The Htimborsund, Ni'^aon, up.August 18
Bark B B Walker. PettingiU, up.August 21
Anna E Glover. Tem, up.August 19
Bohr Ida Bella. Fisher, np.August 36
Sohr Dexter Washbnrne, Munro, sailed... Auguit 3ft
Behr Nancy Smith, Boyd, up.inges: ld
Sehr J M Bichar?s, Irving, cleared.Augcot 25
Sehr M; rover. Brown, up.August Vf
Bark BOW Dodge, Munro, cleared.Augu-t 3d
Sehr Virgiaia Dare, Johnson, up.August 14
LIST OF SHIPPING;
In tue Port Of Charleston, A a gnat 31.
vxsnxs usn rs 100 TOMS, ann STKAMKM COABTTS?
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
fer New York, loading-James Adger A Co.
Saragossa, 778 Urns, Ryder, at Vanderhorst's whait
for New York, ready-Bavenel k Co.
Falcon, 673 tons. Horsey, at Union wharf, for Balti?
more, loading-Courtenay k Tranholm.
Prometheus. 581 tons, Gray, at Atlantic wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-J A T Getty.
Minnie (Br), 333 tons. Robertson, in the Stream,
for Liverpool, ready-S Mare k Co.
Bella Dolores (Span), - tons, Durall. in the Stream,
from SI a tanais, waiting-W P Ball
Suaao E Voorbees, 899 tons, Fulford. In Ashley
River, for Ne* York, loading-Rlsl?y * Creigh?
Josie A Devereaux, 426 tons. Clark, at Central wharf,
from Borton, aischarging-at Goldsmith A ton.
Merrway, 330 tons, Downs, at Quarantine, for Hew
York, ready-J A I'D alow k Co.
M C Borevelt, 236 tons, in Ashley Biver, for Borton,
loading-Risley k Creighton.
GeorRie. ISO tons, ti wan at Marshall's wbtrf, from
New York, discharging-Bi ley A Creighton.
Cyclone, - tone, Friable, in the Hoads, for George?
town, 8 C, ready-Master.
N W Sm th, 396 tons, Tooker, at M E Railroad wharf,
for New York, folding- W Roach k Co.
Emma D Mnney, 164 ?ons, Milton, at Cnlen wharf,
from Jacksonville, Ila, to be repaired-H F Ba?
ker k Co.
A M i lanagan, 270 tons. Collins in Ashley Biver, for
Pbi adelphi?, loadme-H F Baker Ac Co.
Menowa, 211 tons, Disrosway, in Ashley Biver, for
New York, loading-Ri al ey & Creighton.
Wenonah, 90 tons, Mitchell, at Kerr's wharf, front:
Baltimore, discharging-T J Kerr k Oe.
Lilly. 412 toss. Bughet, at Adger's whan, for Nev
York, loading-W Roach.
flings, CijcraiiaLs, (Ctr
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AMS AU ..
Obstinate or long standing diseases of tbe
BLOOD, LTVEB, URINARY ORGANS,
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It purifies and enriches the Blood, eradicates aD
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FORMULA AROUND EACH B01?U.
Recommended by the best Physician?, eminent
Divines, Editors, Druggists, Merchants, ke,
?-THE BE8T AND M08T POPULAR MEDI?
CINE IN USE.
rstPASxn ONLY BI
J. J. LAWBENCE, M. D.,
(An experienced and well-known Physician and
laboratory and Office, No. 6 Main-street,
Nc aro ut, VA.
Price One DoVar per bottle.
For Bale by
GOODRICH, WINBMAN at CO , 1
DOWIE k MOISE,
Charleston, 8. 0.
And Druggists everywhere.
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THE BISHOP PILL!
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Medical Journal, September 8.
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