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THE DAILY NEWS.
I wanJer'd lo ?ely a* ? ole od
That float? on. bj a o'er vales and h?ls,
When all at one? I saw a crowd,
A boat of golden daffodils,
Beafde tee lake beneath the trees,
plottering and dinting in the br?ese.
Continuous as the stars that shins
And twiakre on the nulky way, ;
Issy Btreien'd'in never-ending Oh?
Along the margin of a hay:
> Ten thousand saw I at a glance
Tossing their heads m sprightly dance.
The waves beda? them d s need, but they
Ottdid the snarbnnc waves in glee:
A poet oo*ld not but be gay
Di each a jocund company !
I gaeed-and gat ed-but little thought
What wealth the show to me had brought ;
?er oft, when, o? mi" couch I He,
Tawynxfnupon that inward eye
"Which 1? the bliss of solitude ;
And th? my heart aita pieaaow fule,
And dances with the daffodils.
?A ^if . I " ?-.' '' WOSXWWORTH.
VXTVJSD STATUS COVJtT.
' proceedings of thc United i?taica .District
:~ Conrt fbr the Western LHitrict of Sow th
ram>Una-Au?turt Terna. I860.
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;-.Snut oro ow* ?max*royp?r.J
TWErtT-eirrH PAX*- noemmtmm.
evxavzux!, 8. C., ThuiBday, Sept-ember 9
The wurt epened at 10 o'clock, A. M.
Tba petit and pleas jaran answered to their
At pari? Henry 0. Miller, creditor, vs. Jae.
mC. Key8, debtor, Specifications pf grounds for
WTolttBtfcXT bankruptcy. Samuel McGowan
- and-B. F. Perrv for creditors. J. P. Seed and
Vim. Henry Trescot for debtor. 'Ibis case
- awKcoamneoejd on Tuesday, and the ?ru
.'anent on both sides closed to-day, with tho ex?
ception of Mr. Perry, who will conclude to?
morrow, and the judge will then charge the
-mitfi ievfri read apd ?infirmed, and as
eigne? ordered to sell and apply proceeds of
'."aale aa recommended rn report.
>. Ex parte John H. McDaniel, m re John S.
/ Pree?tey. Petition to establish hen. ?am?
order es above.
, Bx parte Charles Bolt, in re William H. Lar
JLex, assignee. 1 Petition % aale. CJawaoa A
., itteopaou, pro pet, haine order ae above.
? Bjtnai ? ^ Charlee Bolt? assignee, is re H. &
I>. Askew. Idem. Same order as above, i
Esperte J. 6. B. Thompson and T, 8. Jef
freyi; assignees, in re Charlea 8. Cline. Idem.
J. w. Clkweon. pro pet Same order as abc vc.
Bx perte J. H. JlcElvee, in ra A. M. Kie>
bankrupt. P?t i tien to establish lien. T. W.
CNweon, prapet. r&me cider AS above. I
BX rav^E. ii: Crockets, in re John H
'-SrtPf^?nnkrnpt. Petition, to eetabltah Uen.
&Jp!Weaion, pro. pot. Same order aa anove.
Bx nerte J. L. Edwards, in ra. D. G. Stm
?^ayyaWnYrnpfc, Petition to establish lien. G.
'J. Patterson, pro pot. Hun? order as above.
Ex perte F. H. Shurley, in re E. H. Checy,
^Wjj^UCt' ??to establish lien. Joeep'b.
: ^BxpertB^seph'. M. Gayle, assignee, m ro
fcnaf,,;!. F^Lderburk, bankrupt. W. L. De
On'?aobon?. ordered 'bat petition te rt ferre j
tn Bnnislrar Heiiwijti^after nut ai b? esshsuc
teilen creditors fl? appear and ?how cuse,
p5*? W. W. A dims m re ft. G. reaguej
bankrupt. Eeg tstrai'a report aa to liens.
JcnasJk Jonas nra pet.
. Opaered,"thaf repur} be oonfirmod and that
assignee satisfy neus aa esta .dished before
? Bsgistrat; tod he retold rem.Inder ofassota
Igy Q^trfbofaturaaooog genet ai cr. di tor?. '
Bx parto |L Ben?xix. in re K- E. Bainhart.
BegMjraA report a? .to Juins' Joues A Jones,
: TSUI Z-SS f ANTI? IUX's FBOCt?DntOS.' j
BiXl?vt?[^?i O^iUer.'creditor, VB. James
& Bey?, debtor. Specification ol ground a tor
.toro! ont Irv Hssmjnrnptoy. Samuel McGowan
.KrdBl^P?^tor-creditor; J. P. Beed Bud
twroiamrwny,?raacot for debtor. Jury No.
4?charged vfitb th?e csoe, returned into court
.JNUMpiif V?oi guilty. ?. S. Irvine,
^jMJwSkrmv?^.-?^'p?r\? J. M. Crofton, in
ve &ap*LL Badged Registrars reportas to
Bens. Jones A Norris, pro pei. Ordered that
the report bewnflraed, and that assignee pay
BebAiAestab^ed, apd.report to registrar. ;
l^o^PA. O^irimgion, administrator, iri
T?nrn?terT Fa^ Pope k Pope, pro pet. The
tWanjfis^qjtert Stewart, narina; died since
tile WfLw *be petition in ibis case,'and be
Jbre adjudication, on motion of Mes*13- Fair.
PopetfT^dexendanta attorneys, it is or
,ejB^^it?:pjoceedinge be dismissed from
/Jh. Mite P, W^hjck, io re. F. H. Ricard,
btokrmt. Petition todacontiaue proceedings.
Jiair^^pQne., ? Pope, pro pet. On motion, or
aeted iMt t|)S petition be referred to C. G.
Ex parte Isaiah HaltiwaoKer, in re Jacob L.
"Ordered that it be rafeired to C. G!
Vae?9rrBegutjrar. to inquire and report whe
Aber it would bo bcncflcal to the creditors to
niB abe reel and personal property of the estate
lar ?seta, instead of bab? cash, as heretofore or-i
dared,>tth leave to report any special matt er.
JtOSTON-Per trig Joe ISA Devereaux-J8i? bbls Na?
val Stores. SO tons Iron, 13 tens Guano, 34 tons
Cotton ??ed, 84 bates Bags, 13,000 feet Lumber,
SOPO. Horm. 1 Puno.
3UfW TOSH-Per steamship if ania tun-49C bales
Whale? Tero, Cl empty Bari ela. rMPsckaga*.
v-to^fc?^W?^???00 feet Yt?Iow ?aa Tim
Ijrly--17ts;ogo lest Lumber, ?60 bbls Bosin, 22
e?P^BW3t?[l JrO empty Carboys, 4 packages
BT WART'S, G A-Per sehr W H Jones-Grain and
Charleston Cotton, Klee ana Xa'val SU?re?
ICHABLKSTON DAILY NS WS, ?
. Saturday Svenmg, Sept. U. f
t," There wat a moderate demand from
purchasers/the transactions showing no important
alter?baos ta, the ohtracter of the market, except
MUlfciliu guahdes we re somewhat eatier. Sales
abovt 395 balee, vic: 2 at 27; 43 at 38; S at 2SHi Tl \
.t 38\; I at 29; 18 at 30; 24 at 31; 55 st 31^4 eta, We
^ iOrdtnaT> to good ordinary.27
Low a id diing. ?;._30
By Mew York classiflcatlon we quote:
Ricr.-The market was quiet; sales 7 tes. at 8Vc.
?AvauSTcnsa -The market was without impor?
tant change fer this product. Sales 100 casks spirits
turpentine, la country packages, at 38c
31 ax leets by Telegraph.
FOBKIOX af ABXKTS.
LOKSOH, September ll.-Noon.- Consols 92J?
Baads, 8). Tallow. 46a 6d.
Paars, September 10.-Bourse closed n<xn. Ben
September ll.-Bourse excited.
Lxraaroox* September 10-Cotton opened dull;
elated abade firmer; uplands, ISalS^d; Orlecas,
mUgi ?ale?, 10,000 balea; ?peculation and ex
port, aOW_ba'es; receipts for the week, 74,OM bales;
salas. 63,000 balsa; speculation, 9000 bales; exports,
1LC00 bales; ito-k, 449 WK) bale?; American, 87,000
s; stock afloat, 470.000 balee; American. 6900 j
September IL-Noon.-Cotton firmer, but not
nifk?n-; anotado sa unchanged; salea, 10,000 bale?.
Bed wheat 9s 3Od.
? venina* -Cotton closed steady; uplands, 13Xd;
Or Isa ns, liXd; sales, ir, 000 bales; export and speen
laBeanflMt balsa. Perk, 110?.
. H?VSX. fceptember 30.-Cotton cloatd declining;
-spot, If 68c; afloat, li 69c ..
September ll.-Cotton Arm; spot, If69c.
Wsw Yass-. September ?-Noon.-Flow rather
?aaasjtey ,Wk^ laJa-nia.ba^er. corn, ia2 canis
Jowar. Meas Pork, aft > Lard dull. Oot ton quiet at
fl? essMS. Tmrpstrttae Arm at 43 cents ' Rosin quiet ,
l^a^-?ortesi.? rales. 10CP.bales I]
^tSSXa34- ncof 'steadier. Wheat declined since J .
Doon. Oom heavy; mixed Wee tern, $
Whisky decidedly higher at $135. Bee
Peck dull at $31. Lard heavy; kettle, 19?
Naval stores and groceries quiet. Frei?
Money, 6a7 cents. Bank statement rory
ble; specie decreased two sud a hali milUo
finner, opened at 35? and advanced to
?pan the unfavorable account of the cort
cloped at 35?aS5?. Gold export for t
$54,009. Governments scarce; large Genni
on the market caused an advance of ?
fkiled to bring supplies equal to the den
market, however, el of ed quiet with the adv
tlaHy lost. State bonds doll; Tennessees,
cents; new, 63 cents; Virginias, old, 55 ceni
Carolinas, old, 65 cents; new, 47 cents; Lc
orcth&X cents; new, 65 cents; Levees, 65 6
St cents; Alabama 8'e, 93 oeste; 6'B, 63 cents i
C's, SOcents; 7*8, 91 cents.
i?mWtMWi September ll. - Potion du
cent s. i sTtou* quiet and steady. Wheat Bl
eMpts small ; red, ? 56. Corn, ?25. i
cents. Pork quiet. Bacon active. Lan
Whisky active at ? IB.
OnacntJtiTX September ll.-Whiskey fl
?trial 10. Men pork dull and nominal,
shoulders, 15.? cents; aides, 18% cents.
ST. LOUIS, September ll.-Pork dull at
SS75. Bacon buoyant; clear aides, 19 cents;
cents. Lard dall; tierce, 18?al8X cents.
LounrvrLLK, September IL-Piovialoni
Mesa pork, ?S3 35*33 50. Shoulders, 16; cl?
19? cents. Lard,30cents. Whisky,tilt.
WILMOTS TO*, September H.-Spirits tu
39-eec LS. Bosrn, nothing doing. Crude tur
tl 50*3 00. Tar, t3 60. Cotton, middUng, 30;
AUGUSTA, September IL-Oof cm opened \
few buyers st holders' prices; sales of 376 ba
made at different figures, ranging from 29?
cents, tb? market closing dull at 30 cents
best New York middling. Sales for to-day, 37
for the.week, 1619 bales. Beccipts to-day, 43
fur the week, 3309 bales. Stock on hand fl
ni ag, by actual count, 833 bales, showing an 1
from last week of 699 bales.
8AVA5HAB, September H.-Cotton, receip
exporta, 1766; market opened with a mode
maud, but during the day prices softened ci
consequence of advices from New York; m
MOBILE, September ll.-Cotton, nothiuj
ecelpts, SO bales; exports, 163 bales.
Nsw OaLZana, September IL-Cotton,
easier; sales, 370 balea: middling, 31? cants; r
547 bales; exports coastwise, 3091 bales.
34?. Sterling, 45% centa. New York, sig
? per cent discount.
BOSTON, September 8-Corr rx-The t
tiona in erffe? have been quite limited, and
are nominally ihe rame. Java has been sell
23?24? cents, gold, in bags and pockets, and
19a23 cents per lb, currency. There ls u
doing in 8t Domingo, and onces are quite no
COTTON-Extreme prices continue to be ob
for cotton, as stocks hore ?nd at all leading j
pointe bave be oom n so much reduced. Ma
tarers ar* purchasing only in small lots aa w
and we quote ordinary at 30?a3l cents; goo?
narv 32Jujn33 cents; Tow mldolin'g 34?a34k
and middling S5i35?cenlRper lb, including i
and Gulf, the market cloding quiet at there fl
with a stock rednccd to less than 600 bales.
DOMESTICS-Ihe demand for both cottoi
woollen gooda is gradually improving, but. tm
. falls short cf expectation, and prices are still lc
unsatisfactory. Itls generally believed that a
kb'e change will take place, bef?te the season i
?s>hi West and South are likely to purchase
than an average amount c f gooda. Brown she?
delaines, print?, 'and desirable style? of wo
command previous prices, and are held firm.
Gunn BAO3.-The market ls quiet at I6?a
Ti Ouaarx CLOTS.-Demand fair, with sales of
bales at 23c fl yard, currency. Large shipi
continue to bc made to Southern ports.
NAVAL STOKES.- In spirits tux <mine there
been moderate-?*les at45>?a?Gc fl gallon. :
I firm and telling at t3 35a3 ? fi barrel. Bosi
I been in lair demand, with sales of 1000 barrs!
2. for export. (Tn-pnva b terms; 100 barrels \<i
ofjMLsnd 400 barrels isle at $4 50*5 50 ft bi
.Fitch ls quiet
.WILMINGTON. September ll. - Tuarssrn
Ia uncharged lu price, aita salea of 336 h bis a
for virgtn, and $2 AO for yellow dip per 2*0 lbs.
rFiMTsTuBPEKTTsE-Market steady. Salea o
, *bla at 39 centa for country, and 3v? cents pei
lon for N Y. packages.
. BOBIN-No sales reported.
TAB-I5Ubbl? receivefland an!"at'$2 50per b'
CoT*oif--ealoj ol as t>*w a? 33 cents for
[ middling, anet 30?aS9? cents Tor mi <idht.e. _
' AUGUSTA, September ll-P M -COTTON -
Augusta market opened qul?t with * fair demi
The market was, however, in the buyer's lavai
pncee were e?ey and a trine lower-than on Pru
The nows from New York served to depress
market, and balders FOO mod ansons ti rea tire 21
at th?; close. We believe a few sales were mad
J&fcc. sales of ihe dav 334 bales. Becelpta
hales. Middling nominally at 29?c. 'ibestook
Hand is 823 bales. The new crop is coming in fri
all over the Sooth, and the receipts at the ports
to this time lt greatly in excess of the receipts
the corresponding period of last year.
! At the c'ose. of our last weekly review the mar
was aa firm and steady as daring the" week prent
-coniinuicg so for two days-when, from sevr
? canses combined, cht?fly la response to Llverp
and New York marketa lt became ea-ier on Tue?
and continued to become more dull and lower m
to-day it closes weak and depressed st about Mc
cline from last week's quotations, middling be
emoted at ?kc, prire* toeing ia favor of buy?
The receipts are rapidly Increasing, bat the extre
stringency of money prevents operations to a sr
extent Sales of the week 946 bales, and reoeii
1433 bales. Stock on hand to date 833 bales.
Coan-Scarce with moderate demand. We gui
salea at? 50 for pilras from depot.
-Flo*a*-Det?atid good in all grides; prices tel
lng upward-city milk ?alQ. A t retail ? per b
higher. Country .18*11. according lo quality.
WHEAT- scarce and in demand and all sold tl
it evered. W* quote white at tl 70G 83; red tl 5
1 63; amber? 08*1 ?6. I
OATS-Active and advanced at ?0a$I
8AVA5N&H. September's.-In our last report \
quoted middling at 33c, since than the Advance
-prices la Hew York has, in some Instances, indue
buyers to nay at high as 32 ?c, and 32? c for tl
same quality. '
The receipts of cotton at thia port bare bey
.large, ccirsidertng to early* period in the seato
Indeed, when we compare them with those of ot
slater Muthern cities, we find that the Forest City i
Georgia ls first and t oremos t, not only in receipt
hut at th* same time comparing favorably with an
seaport in prices obtained tor the raw material W
do not use this as a stimula for those who seek I
saud cotton elsewhere, but by reference to Prici
Current, and reports recclV?d chilly from o thar "ma
kets. we can tately assert that oar market one? !
planiert and others engaged in the cot'on tndi
facilities equal to tb ose of any of our souther
Bo far the business doing has been principally fe
Northern account, the transactions in short rale!
having be*hditcorj tinned in consequence of thc hig
prices hiked by sellers.- -
As regarJs staple ?ad quality of the cotton so fa
received, we find that from g taming too early the or
defiance ot tho c tton is not so good as might b
wished, pin cut and other evidences of picking tot
?arly is perceptible. The staple of the receipt*, ni
to thia tim*, however, compare favorably with thai
of any pjwvjoue year.
. The receipts of the new crop foot up 5719 bales
which at the early period of the year speaks well foi
the rature of savannah. -
Our mariel, although quiet atibe close, can bi
quoted aa followi: Liverpool middling 31?c; lov
middling 30?c. good ordinary 39o.
The receipts at this port .'Ince September 1st. the
date of our la-t weekly report, have been 6484 bales,
as follows: 4798 bales per Central Railroad, 565 bales
per A. <t G B. H.. and 1131 bales per Savannah river
steamer*, o! which 8 balo* were sea island. The ex?
porta, coastwise, for the same time have beeD : to
New York, per steamships, 3511 bales, to Philadel?
phia, per Ibnawanda, 265, to Baltimore, per Ameri?
ca. 363. Total. 4139 bales.
Bier-Firm, ihe flrst arrival of the new crop
came In yesterday from s atilla river, and sold at $175
per bushel, we quote 8?i8? crnts. Retailing 8a
10 cents, according tootuvitj and quantity.
COLUMBUS, September 10 -The firtt pin of the
week to Wednesday ?aw an active market iu Colum?
bus. All the co ion (bat was offered was taken im?
mediately by factors and local operators on the baals
of 31c for middlings, and at on e abipped. On Wed
ne?day. however, currency, owing to the rapid arriv
als and sales ot cotton, which was not anticipated at
60 early a day, was well nigh exhausted, and salee
were effected at ?o lower than would have been done
had banking factfltiea been adapted to the business.
Exchange was abundant but farmers wanted cur?
rency, which the banks did not have. In addition.
New 'Jork and Liverpool declined, and nearly every
order waa cancelled. Thursday saw tbe same state
of affair?, only in a worse form. Few were operat?
ing, because only ?few could command currency. A
large amount or cotton has been stored, which, had
circu'ristances been changed, would have been sold.
Uno? these conditions even, speculation would have
been larger bad there existed confidence in stability
of the ? ew York market.
To-day bat seen few sales but large storage? for
tbe same causes. Planters mostly refuse to accept
the bids marte. Th? banka expect to have sn abun?
dance of currency Dext Monday. Saturday sales
were b7 bales middlings 3lc; Monday 118 atthe same
Airare; iuesiity market unchanged, m'ddlings 31c
jelfes 138 bales; Wednesday 30?c, sales 85 balee!
Thursday 29?c for mdidhngs. sales 144 balea. To- I
Si? "f1 i40,0*1". We give below the quotations
of the sale? to-d?y. premising that they are merely
nominal and due lo ths temporary scarcity o/cur
r*DC?- r&JM gPMMMl 'o get the l anka to dis
;cuot a sight draft on ?Tc-w York, because they were
ierJat?d crfonrjrencv. lbe majority of transaction!
were predicated upon payment nert week. Tte
treat majority of cotton waa stored. Unless New
lark declines greatly as order cannot be filled at
these figures, which now are a half to one cent be?
low what cotton would command if there was cur?
rency on hand. There will be an ample supply
Monday. Some middlings to-day sola as low as 28c.
Ordinary 25a25J?e; good ordlnsry 26a26>4c; low mid?
dling 27a27Kc; middling 28>iaQ9c . "",
Sues of the week 744 bales. Week's receipts 98 i
bales, against 202 the previous week, and 358 the
corresponding week of last season. Shipments 567
Stock on hand September 1, 1868.125
Received past we?k. 884
Received previously. 202- 1186
Shipped past week. 567
Shipped previously. 121- 088
Stock on hand September 10, 1869.... 623
Constances ptr sonth Carolina Katlroad
481 bales Cotton, 33 bales Domestics, 36 bale?
Bags, ?cars Wood, 8 cars Lumber, 1 cai Mutes. To
Railroad Agent, J R Pringle. A J Sahnas..Graeser ft
Smi'h, L DDeSaussurt, Peteer, Rodgers Ar Co, Dow
ling A- Oe, Reeder At Davis, G H Walter At Co,' Mo wry
A Co, W K Ryan, Wagner A Btewart, Courtenay A
Trenholm, Claghorn, -Herring st Co, Goldsmith A
Son, and P yest
Consignees per Worlneastcrn Railread
70 bales Cotton, S34 bbls Ns val Stores, 20 bushels
Rice, Lubber, Mdse, Ac. Te- 3 af arenal?. Jr. J V
Barden, 8 D Stoney, ti W Williams A Co, Nacbmann
A Co, Peirer. Rodgers A Co, Stenhouse A Co, Frost A
Adger. A B Mulligan. Gracaer A Smith. Caldwell A
8on, Reeder A Davis, Mowry A Co, JP. Fripperson,
Ingi sham ft Son, J A Ptitcbard. Dieekhoff ft Co,
Gaillard ft Minott, Willis ft Chisolm, Kirkpatrick ft
Witte, bhack?lfbrd ft Kel ry, E J Wiss ft Co, Chisolm
Bros. A J Salinas, E Welling, and Order.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-J T
Agnew, Mrs Sennett, Mis* CampB?n, Mrs Panzer
belter, Mrs Hunneken, child and servant A J White
and wife, Miss Rutter, Mrs M J Zernow, Miss Mc?
Lean. A W Jeger, T Melcher?. J Klinck, Mrs Marsh,
Mr Davis, wile and two children, Mr? Af A 'tann
mason, Miss M O'Neill, C Mc fall. J J Jeush, P Dar?
cey, C Wlenges, J Waterhouse. J Thomson, T Mc?
Carthy, ? b Vaughan, J McElratb. Henry Roll, J
Rhenols, B S Bleekly, J M Appell, J Leibman, Miss
Baynes, C Prank. J H Frank. J H Braning, J Heese
man, F Hookey. G Hookey. G S Hookey, il Swain,
Miss Welburn, and M on deck.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah-Col Sprague and
daughter, Mrs W G Hawkins. Mrs M Taylor and
daughter. J L Wallace, J D Kirkpatrick, Mw Geiger,
Mis stevena and two children, s G Norton, P W San?
ders, O Champion, J L Bouknigbt, O G Noxton, Mia
Hagen, Capte H Dibble, Mr Seabrook, J Gorham, J
L Tonda, and 2 on deck.
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto- T Crea?
ser, lady and child, Mrs Lyons, W Beckett, Mrs M
Merello and cbild, and H R Swinton,
: JBarinr tos.
Port ot Charleston. Sept'r 13.
FHA CS OF THE MOOS.
Sew Moon, 6th, 12 hours, 46 minutes, moraine.
First Quarter. 12th, 4 hours, 3 minutes, evening.
Pull Moon, 20th, 3 hours, 21 minutes, evening.
La>t Quarter. 28tb. 4 hours, 2 minute?, evening. .
6.. 7 t Morn.
C.. 6 12.. 0
6.. 4 12..53
6.. 3 1..47
0.. 2 2..31
6.. 0 lucre.
. Arrived Sutunlay.
Scar Ida Bella, Fisher, Boston-8 days. Mdse, lo
W Koach ft Co, M Goldsmith A Sea, E B stoddard ft
Co, G W Wl'liams ft i/o, utreet Bros ft Co, b 0 Bail
road Agent, W GurLoyj P p Toale, W Maraebcr, G
A Trcnhoim A son, 1> A Amnie, Rtinck. Wlckeaberg
ft Co, Vt F Hassell ft Co, U Whit?, and SR Marshill.
Steamer Di- talor. McNcity. Pjlatka, via Jacktou
ville, Fernandina and havannah. Mdse. To J L>
Aiken ft Co. Tower ft Dill, a tenner B Bard-n, Wm
shepheri. Ktcuhous- ft Co, WU is ft Chisolm, Mrs J
I Wilkerson, Beodir ft Davis. W M Bird ft co. Gour?
din, Mattbiessen ft Co, and other*.
Steamer St Helena, r.lliott, Eoi?to, ftc. 8 1 ales
S 7 Calton, and Mdse. To J li Murray, G H Hop
pock, Fraser ft Dd), and J H.inc'.c1.
Sloop Alary Goodrich, Roberts, Ashepoo. 1000
bushels new Rough Bice ' To G H Hoppock.
Boat from Christ Church.. 2 baga a 1 Cotton. To
J K Heath.
Scbr Ida Richardson, Bedell, New' Tork-10 dav?.
Mdse. To W Roach ft Co, W C Dukes ft Co, Mowrv
ft Co. C R Gliddon, J M RobsoD, S Tetdon. Railroad
Agent Ibe Ida R experienced severe giles, bcd thc
fl. .w^yff fp.|f iniln il fl TT**I n fifi nrw. * -
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-Jas
Adger ft Co.
Bark B G W Dodge, Munro, Georgetown. S C-H F
Baker ft Co.
Brig Josie A Devereatx, Clark, Boston-M Goldsmith
4 Son. .
Sehr Mencwa, Dis Kenny, New York-Blsley ft
Behr W H Jones, Line, St Mary's, Ga-W Roach ft
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New Yotk- W Roach ft Co.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Sehr W H Jone?, Lin?, Fernandina.
Prona tn ls Port.
Steamship Charleston, Berry, New York. Thufcday,
Sehr B ? Hawkins, McVey, Philadelphia, Sept 8.
Op for Ul is Port.
Scar Ellon M Baxter, Bogers, at New York, Sept 8.
Sehr Francisco, Crowther, at Baltimore, Sept 9.
Cleared Tor this Port.
BShr Anna E Glover, Terry, at Boston, Sept 8.
LIST HF VKSSKt.S
ar. CL EA BED A ND SAILED FOB i Ul S PO h J
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, up.August 17
BtiUsh bsrk Dalkeitb, Langwill, sailed. ...August 10 i
The Homborsund, Nielson, up.August 13 ]
Bark B B Walker. Pe t ten gi ll, cleared.Sept 7
Anna E Glover, Terry, cleared. .Sept 8
Sehr Joseph Long,-, up.....t .Sept 6 j
echr Zeta-Ps!, -, up.-?.Sept 6
BO. ILPORT. MR.
Brig Monica, McCobb, sailed.Sept 3
SEW rons. ,
Brig J B Kirby. Bernard, up.Sept 5
Sehr Palmer, Rankin, clesred.Sept 4
Sehr M? rover. Brown, cleared.Sept 6
Sobr Ellen M Baxter, Bogers, up.Sept 8
Sehr Trade Wind, Hoffman, cleared.Sept
Sehr Matoaka. rooks, up.;.Sept 3
Sehr Francisco. Crowther, np.St pt 9
PAMMI'S HEPATIC BITTERS.
THEY CUKE DYSPEPSIA,
AND ALL DISEASES 07 TB!
STOMACH AND LIVER.
THET ARE SE 00 M MEN ETD BT THE
HEGEMAN Sc CO.,
AGENTS, NEW YORK.
Manufactured by C. F. P?MNW,
CBXHX8? ANO APOTETCABY,
JtS-For Bale by Druggists Everyxchere.-kH
February 15 mwflyr
yyiLLis & cnisui.it?.
FACTORS, C?MJI1SSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, BALE ANS
SHIPMENT (to Foreign .lna Domestic Port?) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, S. O.
8. WILLIS.A. B. CHISOLM
October 25 '
?B80KZS, flSE OIL?,
T\at rtqvire yo Ckemi?,
vr rm TICK rxnsT
WHICH ?AS no srauos.
hOLD BY ALL
. STAIR "F*Xj-A.Tai?,
For Hotels, Restaurants and Public Buildings,
- MANUFACTURHD BY
W\ T. ti J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., N.Y
August 13_3m rm
jpALX. A\D WINTER l.UPORTATIU%.
RIBBONS, MILLINERY ANDSTRlW GOODS
ARMSTRONG, o A TOR ?r CO.,
SOM. 2)37 and 239 Baltimore-Street,
JMP0B1ERS A>D JOBBERS OF
BOWN KT AM) T?IM?lI.*JG fllBBONS.
VELVET AND ?'A-H RISDONS.
Bonnet Silks, Satins and Vclv-is, Illusions, Biocos,
i Lacee, huches. Nets and Crapes,
FRENCH FLOWERS AND FEATHERS,
Straw Bonnet a and Ladles' Hats,
Trimmed and Untrimmed.
SILK, VELVET AND FELT BONNETS AND HATS,
SUNDOWNS AND SHAKER HOODS.
THE LARGEST STOCK OF MILLINERY GOOD9
IN THIS COUNTRY, and uneouaUed in choice
variety, watch we offer at prices thu will defy com?
?-ORDER5SOLICITFD. Imo August 1?
PRATTS ASTRAL OIL
-KO CHANGE OF LAMPS
eei higher than, ii
rt equalled I
: Beor 3050. rJ?
Scud fis circulars, Wr&|??tim?niab ?
Alunfa Dry Plaste'
Are moBt desirable for quality,
soi- finish and price ,
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Fleue send for a catalogue to
MARVIN & CO.,
(oldest safe mann facturen)
M?M~ii (265 Broadway, New York,
Principal j m che8tnQt St Pbj]a>
Warehouses }108Bank st,,?l.veland.O
And for sale by our agents in tb?
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE SV -er
WM. M. BlRlf ii CO,,
No. 208 EAST BAY,
December 19 lyr
rll. li STAK
SOUTHERN BEAL ESTATE ADVERTISER,
As an advertising medium, offers facilities to Mer?
chants. Lru.'gistf, Machinists, Ac, of extending
their busjucMj, unsurpassed by any Southern
Iis circulation is fast becoming general. Real
Estate agenta, and parties intere.-.ted in the purchaee
or sale of real estate, will find it to their advantage
to consult its columns and advertise therein, as we
are effecting arrant-men:- by which ourpajer will
circulate largely among Northern caiitaliste.
Information tending to the development of our
mineral, manufacturing and agricultural resources
descriptive ot climate, soil, k:.-solicited and aMok
tully received from any section.
Terms cash, $3 a year; a copy gratis to anyone
sending six sabscribers; a club often, $2 50 each.
Rutes of advertising lioeral. Address
W. J. MoREKRALL,
July 16 .Marion.. S C.
.JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR SALE
WHOLESALE AND REI A IL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
?li . CREAM OF TABTAB
H. BAEB, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
Marrb 4 9
THE "RURAL CAROLINIAN,
An Illustrated Magazine,
FARM, THE GARDEN, AND THE HOUSEHOLD.
THE OFFICIAL ORGAN OF THE
South Carolina State Agricultural and Mechanical Society.
D. H. JACQUES, Editor,
Assisted la ?very Department bp Gentlemen of ability ansi experience, includ?
ing some of the moat eminent Plantera, Farmers, Gardiners, Fruit
Growers, .Manufacturers aaa Artisans of the Stats.
THE PLAN OF "THE RURAL CAROLINIAN,"
Is Comprehensivo, embracing a wiela range of Topics, Tariert modes of Presen?
tation, and a liberal nae af Pictorial Illustrations. Among the subjects
which will receive special attention are the follow!ag, all of
which will be treated in a cartful, thorough,
and practical manner t
Agriculture, Natural History,
In its various branches, and all its processes aid including Fish Culture, Entomology, (in. ltejbear
operatlons- Preparing ibe Boil, Manuring, Cultiva- nigs upon Agriculture and Horticulture.) spa? Our
tion, Harvesting, Preserving and Shipping Crops, pe. gj^, an<j Animal*. *
Horticulture, Miscellaneous Reading
AB represented in the Euchen Garden, (be Flower For the Family Circle, such as Choice Essays,
Garden, the Truck Farm or Market Garden, the Or- Hketche<, Biographies. Anecdotes, and Poetry espc
cbard and the Vineyard. dally suited to thoeo who live
It ural Art, In thc Country.
Including desisns for Country Homes, Barns, Sw- Special Ccrrespondents lo all parts of (he State
bl-e. Ac, sud Hints ou Landscape Gardening and j ftnd Qf (h9 Somb ^ ^ Qf
Rural Adornment general'y.
The Season and the Crops,
The Mechanic Arts and Trades; Manufacturing, in j And ,hc Editor PTV??* * T*c 'rom time to time,
all its branches; Improved Implement?, New Inven- ' as or^'rhmiry may effer,
tiona, fr:. Excursions Among the Farm?.
The Labor Question,
Market Gordons, Orchards, Vineyards and Manu
Abd, in their bearings thereon, ?he Freedmen as , ,8kmR notM??)r ttobeneato?our ntdt"
Farm Hands snd Operatives; White Labor and Im- of whatevcr strikes him as deserving ol attention or
migration. I worthy of imitation.
_ i Notes and (?uerlex,
Horses, Mules, Cattle, Sheep, Hogs and Fowls-die j
Best Breeds; Feeding and General Treatment; Literary Intelligence, Scientific Items. Spirit of the
Diseases and Bemedies. i Rurai T-ICKI, and Work for the Month, frc.
Household Kconomy, Unr "llutel|UoB(i
In the form of Receifta for Cooking.Washing, Drying
and otherwise Preserving Fruits and Vegetables ; 1 Will bein the highest style ofsrt, and many of them
Hints^on Health, and other ?setul Information. ; designed and engraved expressly lor this wort.
We intend to make "T'HE RURAL CAROLINIAN" the beat and. handsnmcst Industrial
Magazine ever published in tho South, and we feel justified in askinrr tho co-oporalion of every
good citizen in our enterprise, fully believinq; that it will lv?o'y pr .?moto tho woltaro and pros?
perity of thc State. It tvill advocate ,
Improved Sj'stems of Cultivation, Diversity of Crops, Mel nodical
Management, Organized Industry, Thrift and Economy,
and Inculcate Cheerful Labor and Patient Wailing
for the Present, and Hopefulness
for the Future.
The first number will be issued about October tit, and we shall diatribato 10.U00 copies
gratuitously, BO that all who wish m?y see wiiat tin tyrril ie beforo subscribing. Pereone
wiahing'.tho first number wilT please send in their address, together with those of others- whom
muy uj.iv think would like to eeo it. ftoae who have already done so will please accept our
"THE RURAL CAROLINIAN"
Will contain SIXTY-FOUR large pages of roadlos matter, (nearly twice tho quantity given
in most similar publications,) and will be published on the first day ci each month at tho
low price of
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR, in Advance.
WALKER, EY ANS & COGSWELL, Publishers,
No. 3 Broad-st., Charleston, S. C.
N. B.-The attention of advertisers, apd especially of those wbo desire to communicate with the agri?
culturists of the Sonlh, is called to the superior advantages offered by "THE BORAL c ABOLI MAN" sa
an advertising medium. Commencing with a circulation of 10,COO. extending from North Carolina to
Texas, and wilh every prospect of large and continuous additions to tbat number, no other periodical
affords equal opportunities for thoroughly advertising Agricultural Implements, Fertilizers, improved
Seeds, Improved Cattle, Cotton Gin?, Cotton Presses, Corn Mills, Factors' business, and aB other things of
interest to an agricultural people. The terms of advertising off .-red below are more li bera! than those of
any similar publication with the same circulation.
c BATES OF ADVEBTieiya.
l'Month. J Months. 3 Months. C Month;.
One page.923 00 $45 00 ?GO 00 ?loo nu
Half page. 15 00 25 00 40 00 60 00
Quarter page. 10 00 18 CO .'5 00 40 00
OuecolumD. 15 00 25 00 40 (JO CO 00
Three-quarter column. 12 00 20 00 30 00 CO OO
Half column. 10 00 18 00 2? 03 40 00
Quarter column.COO 10 00 13 00 24 00
One-clghib column. 4 00 7 CO 10 00 JO 00
Small business sarda of three lines, $10 a year.
Outside of bai k cover, double above rates.
Inside offrent cover, 75 per cent, added to above rate?.
Inside of otc? cover. 60 per cent, added to above rate?.
?HurQtttrrg, Castings, tit.
THIS ESTABLISHMENT Id NOW FCRNISHINv
: HE IMPROVED
MCCARTHY COTTON GIN,
STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS, of various RIZ.<?
IMPROVED VERTICAL AND HORLZONT^l^ORN
MILLS, SOGAR .MILLS, SUGAR BOILER?
A.SD PANS, ot all sizes
HORSE POWERS AND GIN GEARING, from C ti
IC feet in diameter
IMPROVED LEVER COTTON PRESSES ter Hint
power, Saw end Rice Mills
HAOBISEBY AND -CASTINGS of al] desert fjfh,r?
made to order ' jj
Particular attcntiou paid to
HOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOR BUILT.
CISTERN COVERS, SASII WEIGHTS, rfc., <? .,
WILLIAM S. H EN ERE Y,
VACniNISl AND FOUNDER.
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
F ti O M 4 TU 050
horse powpr, including thc
celeDratel Corliss Cut-oc
Engines, Slide Valve Sta?
tionary Engines, Portable
Engin es, frc. Also, Circu?
lar Mulay and Gang Kaw
Mills, Sugar Cane 1 ll?,
? halting Pulleys, kc. Lath
and Shingle Mills, Wheat
and Corn Mills, Circulai
Saws, Beliing, Ac. fcenc
for descriptive Circular sur
WOOD k MANN 81EAM ENGINE CO.,
I'ebruarv is Utica, New ?"ork,
Zsla'Ami* ii?MHcfa J&?-CO?TS,
af lATiLy, SntiMn&i
Angus: 4 wfon.Ttnoa
?tKajUPOOlNG AJXD HAIH-C UTTING.
LADIES AND CHILDREN
attended at their residences promptly and at reason
S?nd orders to
W. E. M4B9HAIJL, Barber,
No, 31 Eroad-street (up stairs.)
"TX BATH TO XV O K M S 1 '
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best in Cse.
They ore made of "Santcwnt," aLd contuin nc
f*bjUrfOus drug. .<- '
Bead what one ol ,h<- most distinguished pbytK"
elans of Richmond Vs J taja about the Loze .pei :
I have lonffus?-d iantonlne, trie active principle ol
European Woun-Heed, as an effectual remedy for
Worms in chiUrcn. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre.
pares a Lozenge (oraposed of it, wbicb ls a very
pleasant and palatable firm lu which to administer
lt io ebi'.dren. and which may be relied oo a? prop
eriy prepared. O. P. MANSON, M. D.
Fer 6ale by
D?.. D. DAER. Wbo:c*ale Agent,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting-street.
ptupi QLljemtfols, ??.
O S KOO!
ON ACCOUNT OF THE GBEAT NU MB EB O
WONDERFUL CUBE3 OF OBSTINATE
AND INVETERATE OASES OF
GENERAL BAD HEALTH, kc,
HADE BT THE]
IX HAS WON THE ENVIABLE REPUTATION OF
being the beet and moat popular Medidae eyer dis?
It ia daily prescribed by physicians yid reccm
mended by many thousand s of our beat citizens.
For sale by
BOWIE A MOISE,
Charleston, 8. C.
And Druggists and Merchants everywhere.
0W LADIES SUFFERING FBOM ANY DE?
BASE pecuhar to their sex, can be restored to health
by using DB. LAWRENCE'S "WOMAN'S FRIEND."
It purifies the lecretions, and restores the system to
a healthy condition.
For sale by
DO WIE ? MOISE,
. Charleston, S. C.
Jnl/ey * *_nao_ly*
Purifies the Blood.
Ko? sole by OruKeri?" ttverywaere.
July 38 1?'
"Tv rt. HIC H AU'S
i ?K FCR NO OTBfeR, TARE NO OTHER, AND
you will save time, healtb aid money.
?HC0 REWARD lor any case of disease in ax>y
stace, which they hil to cure.
Dr. BICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers. Ulcerated Sore Throat and Mouth, fore
Eyes. Cutaneous or Skin Eruptions. Copper Colored
Blotches, soreness of the Scalp, fccrofnia, Ac; ia the
greatest Renovator, Alterative and. Blood purifier
known, removes all diseases from the system, and
leaves thc blood pure undhealihy.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN BALSAM No. 2 eurea
Mercurial Affections, Rheumatism in all its forms,
whether from mercury cr other causes; gives imme?
diate relief in all case*. No dieting necessary. I
have thousands of Certificates proving the miracu?
lous cures effeoted by these Remedies. Price or
either No. 1 or No. 2, ?5 per bottle, or two bottles fer
99. . ? ,
Dr. RICHAU'? GOLDEN. ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, pleasant and radical cure mr all Urinary De
rugements, accompaniedewith full directions. "Pr,te
$3 per bottle.
Dr. BICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR n'AMO?t, a
ladicaJ cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or voting; imparting energy with .wonderful effect.
Price t6 ter bottle, or two bottles for 99. . .
On receipt ol price these Remedies will be shipped
to any place. Prompt attention paid to all correa
dents. Nono genuine without th? name of ' Dr.
HICHAU'.-t GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. B. RICHARDS,
sole Proprietor," blown in glass of bettles.
Address D. B. RICHAKD3.
No. 228. Varick-arreet, New York'
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to 9 P. M.
Circulara sent. ly July 3
THE ONLY CERTAIN
RAT DESTROYE R
JHKBH^^ sealed and warranted to
t^Sm^S^LWtjLmm!^ kecPfreah 1oral] tune
the greatest discovery
H of Us kind in the age we
*^*H H Uve in. No person Dee*
BH^ 1x5 tr0UDle<lRATS,
^^^^^^ MICE, BED BUGS or
ROACHE?, for Mr. Ieoacseo's destructive remedy J?
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himaehV
from rare and valuable compounds, its cheapness ls
as wonderful as its efficacy. Hundreds of testimo?
nials have been received from aU parts of th? Unit; cV
The great advantage this BUBB POP possenes
over all similar preparations ls the FACT that it ht
Certain lav Ita Kffecta,
and free from the unpleasant ness of rata dying^A
their boles, as it causes them to leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them ao entirely as to?
No Disagreeable Odor.
Numbers ot references can be made to
Persona in tats City,
who have successfully used it.
SOLE AGENTS FOB ?OUI"H CAROLINA,
DOWIE & MOISE,
IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS
Corner Meeting and Basel-streets,
April 'J3 mwf 6mo ? Cbarleston, 3. 0.
jg E CAREFUL].
WHEN YOD ABE EXHAUSTED BY OVE K WORK
of head or hand, and feel the need of EOE ethic g in?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any lntexica ting
thing, whether under the name ol Bitters or other?
wise, fuch articles give just a? much strength to
your weary bod* and mind as the whip gires to tba
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
byDEPBE S SING BEACIION.
Dodd's Nervine and Inyigorator
is ? TONIO aud GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NOT attended by REACTION. What it gains for
yoa it maintains. When Ur?freshes bodr.or mind, -
it refreshes wi'b natural strength that conies lo siaftt *
Weare not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any faction; but long-and extended observation-,
teaches us that he who resor's to the bo'de for rest
or recuperation, will find, aa he kcopa *> lt, that be
is kindling a Sro in his bonea ulrich < ill consume
hke the flames of perdition. Turn ire a it. Take a
tonic that will retread ond not ncst'oy. D0DJ>"3
. NEBV?NE ls forsake by all Drugei .ts. PriceOne
Dellar. See Dook, of <'rrtificates tb.t accompanies
each bottle. laos June 26
JJ? I s tl ?V ' *
TOBAC?O A>? TIDOTE.
Warranted to Kern m? all Desire
lt ls Purely Vegetarle and contain*
nothing Inj ario tu.
The followlog is one of housands of testimonies
that are dally received by the Manufacturer:
RICHMOND, VA., November28, 1868.
DEAU Pm-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
yon according to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the Ingredients ot wbicb I hafe'examined,
is purely vegetable, entirely bal ni lese, end co-taina
nothing In the least iDjurkma. It is not disagree'- '.
to the taste, and aa a bomb article, I hope yeo'WU
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that if tte
'HrecMonsare followed, it will do all you claimed (or
it. JOHN DOVE,-M. D.
SW Price 00 cent* pi?r E?T. The usual dlsc?rjnl
to the Trade. **.
OW For sale* by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLCSALE AGENT TOR SOUTH CAROLIN, .
/1HARJLESTOII AGH1CULTUR AL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, QAEDBA
SEEDS, tte. *
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. PINGBEE,
Nc. 110 Meeting-street, Charleston.
March 24 . 6mo