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THE DAILY NEWS.
O'er the prairie wide and Ure diemal s^-mp,
Throujh tunnels of rock that are dark ano damp,
Beneath frowning eras? and the rugged ridge,
Cer the roar inc flood and the tramming bridge,
O'er the mountain gorge, o'er desert and plain,
Sweeps the iron steed with his weighted train.
Like some demon of wrath in his vengeful ire,
Be feeds on the flames of a raging Are.
Be hisses and snorts, and his nostrlla swell.
Ind hie mouth ls red aa the Jaws of bell;
Bis terrible throat devours piles of wood,
That the gnarled roots tell where a fotest stood ;
And the rash will find quick torture and death
In the scalding steam of his barning breath:
And tbe belching smoke that he vomits high
Is blacker tkan clouds is a murky sky;
And his piercing shrieks are louder by far
Than the eagle's ?croan or trumpets of war;
Arad he swifter rans in his onward haste
Than the ostrich flies o'er the arid waste.
Be lushes along hy the mountain aide.
And-the <Hmp*at mocks with a scam fal pride ;
Amid howling winds sud cold sleet and hail.
Xis whistles ara heard in the midnight gale;
And wild echoes ring that are wtlrd and grand
A* he onward sweeps through the desert land.
When the stars are lost rn the gloom of night,
Cr tm awful front shines a flaming light;
And the bnrniog lamps through window and sash
Like ?comet's Ml rn the darkness flash ;
And glittering rays in their glory gleam
OE Iiis Come of brass and his chests of steam.
By -rive ts and botts fae is firmly bound.
And by burnished hoops he is girdled round.
And a Bounding bell, on the monster hung,
Bings aloud his march with an iron tongue.
Tnt* terrible fiend of devouring fire
Heyer pants like brutes with a wild desire;
Horatia boast orsurengtb and ainewy limb,
Bnt strong nerves and hones are weak things to
Be can crash them all as a wisp can tear
The sott, almy Ihn ads of a spider's snare.
With his iron lungs arad his iron frame
Hs puta all thea nrdfiht and their speed to shame.
The forest may ersah and the bold grow pale,
Bui be tresn?les not in the wildest gale;
SUB Se QpMaaa on, and he sever looks back
In hi? darlag nee on the Iron track;
And thia fiery steed, with a senseless form.
Carries timid man through the fearful storm.
?J?l? ABOUT THE STATE.
THE EDGEFIELD BAPTIST ASSOCIATION.
The association commenced at Bethany
Church, near Liberty Hill, on the 10th inst,
end waa permanently organized by the election
of the Ber. John Trapp as moderator, and W.
W. Adams. Eeq., as clerk. Tbe deliberations
were wlae and well rovulated, and the work
waa dispatched with promptness and judg?
ment. Tbe citizens of the Bethany neighbor?
hood, in their welcome ot ministers, delegates
and vsivora, displavod the-most elegant, en
lig?trn'e? aid unbounded hospitality. Those
zealous and distinguished preachers, Dre.
Prxman and Manly, of the Furman University,
were in attendance, and delivered worthy and
effective addresses upon the ?ducation of
young men for the ministry. Sermons were
preached by the Ber. Hr. Mealling, the Bev.
Mr. Broaddas, and other r?v?rend gentlemen.
TfifelBev. Luther B. Gwaltney, so deeply be?
loved throughout the length and breadth cf
Edgefield, was not present, as had been ex?
pected; a fact wbicb caused universal sorrow
ahv* disappointment. The association od*
journed on Monday afternoon. Its session for
1870will beheld at Moonuln Creek Church,
f?nften miks above Edgefield.
THE IBTISTlOATQnS, TM EDGEJTEXD.
Tho Edgefield Advertiser sive: "They have
come I They have seen I Ana, no doubt, they
will conquer 1 ""We" mean the Congressional
Investigation Committee, appointed by the ne?
gro Legislature to turn tbe Third poogree
?ional District inside out, and shake it as yon
would an oki bag. Tuere are six on the com?
mittee, two whites, one a Democrat, four ne?
groes,'-all Radicals. But only four hare ar?
rived in Edgefield, Messrs. Ivan Bryant and
Joseph Crews, -white, and J. J. Wright and B.
B. Elliott, colored? They hare set np their
official rest in the courthouse, and will proceed
to separate the tares from the wheat, casting
the former into oater darkness, where there is
weeping, wailing and gnashing of teeth."
A BLACK DESPERADO CAUGHT.
The Darlington Democrat says : "The noto?
rious Frank (iee. alias Mack, colored, who has
been giring the people in the neighborhood of
Gee's mill so much trouble, has been shot and
arrested He wa* snxTouuded by some of the
Sintiemen o? the neighborhood, and when be
and that they were after him, he jumped
from the boase and tried to make his escape.
. drawing his pistol and presenting it at ode of
tbe men, who, to eave himself, tired on him
wjiha, double barrelled gun, shivering hia left
arm. and lodging the contents of the gua in
his body. He bas been tornea over to the
proper authorities, bat it is supposed be will
* die of his woonda. He bas repeatedly made
his boast that 'forty men coard not take him,
and that lead was not made to hit him.' "
Ibe King ."?tree Star mentions the following
ease otiu?e a wearing which occurred there
hut week; Alexander Hanna, a negro, went
before a magistrate and made oath that fdr. D.
P. Gordon, in 1866, killed a negro who was
said to hare been murdered iu the neighbor?
hood of Johnsonville. A warrant was issued
and Gordon wa? arrested and imprisoned.
Two days, lu ter, this same negro went before a
magistrate and made oath that his affidavit
vi* lalee.; and that Be was induced to maire it
by.fclr. John D? D. Singletary, who paid hun,
er yrvonuaed to pay him, one hundred dollars
* io swear falsely against Gordon. The negro is
now in prison on a charge of perjury. Gordon
bas been let to ball by Judge Green. We hare
no comments to make on tbe above transaction
farther than to say>that there is an old and
bitter fend exist mg between Gordon and Sin
gletary. bnt that Alexander Hanna cannot be
believed against either party.
SHREDS Or STATE HEWS.
Dr. A. G. Nagle, of Gram terrie, a physician
of worth and intelligence, died in thai place on
the 7th instant.
A negro in Spaitanborg, named Monro*
Thompson, is said to hare been shot and killed
on Tuesday by a white man named H. C.
Th-) Sumter Watchman is advocating the
qui-btion of establishing a market io that
The caterpillar ia doing a little damage in
Darlington and considerable in Williamsburg.
At the election held on Monday for intendant
and wardens of Kin gs tree for the ensuing year.
Mr. S. W. Maanee was elected intendant, ana
Mesera. James M. Stagsrers, Sr., M. Schwartz,
W. W. Ward and S. A. SwaiJs wardens.
A SOUTHESK COTTON MULL.
An 'mambas* Statement.
? correspondent of the Memphis Appeal,
wr*ting from Stonewall, Miss., describes a cot?
ton mill io operation at the latter place. He
grres the annexed facts :
In the pine barrens, 100 miles above Mobile
and twenty below Men dian, on tbe Mobile and
Ohio Road, ls the cotton manufacturers' vii
l?ge or 8tenewa0. Thc s ructures are or brick
the main boi'ding 18J feet long, 55 wide, with
two wings, eaen 50 feet square. Two costly
engines, each of fifty-horse power, drive the
?machinery of this model establishment. There
is power enough for lire times the number of
looma and spindles now in operation, and since
the Dumber of superintendente and costly em?
ployees and managers would require no aug?
mentation, the proprietors will at once double
the length of tbe main building and fill it with
machinery. With this riew the capital stock
of the company, when incorporated, will be in?
creased, and the quantity of goods manufac?
tured will be doubled when tbe additional cap?
ital invested will not ba more than one-fourth
the original outlay.
At present there are only 52 looms and 2016
spindles in operation, consuming daily about
three bales of cotton. Serenty-three" worner
and giris aro employed about the establish?
ment, whose white cottages, famished free oi
rent charge, dot the neighboring hill-sides.
There is not a negro, tare the proprietors'
boase serrants, at Stonewall; nearly erery ope?
rative is the widow cr d ?ugbter of f mines im?
poverished by the war.
The whole monthly cost of tho mill is $1400,
including foe!, oil, salaries of eap?rin lend, nts
and laborers. And yet the manager of the
mid informed me that he was paying higher
wages than any other-manufacturer in the
Sooth. When lsooght information ss to thc
profitableness of the establishment, was told
to make my own ca'culations. We have cotl on
enough of. the best quality, which cost os less
than twenty cents, to last till December. If
wT w6?? 0Jt wel1 we W0Qld fc*ve sold
SOO biles ht a profit often cents per pound.
The clear pron s of the establishment arc not
les-i than from S75 to $100 per day.
One ex-plan tor tas $50 000. another $25 000
and three others $5000 each invested in thia
t?taoliahment. When the Legislature nnet--,
the Stonewall Mills will be incorporated and
tue capital inuieased. There is power enoogh
to drive fivo times the number' of looms and
spindles now ranning, and the same numbai
of superintendents and overseers can enper
vite the additional machinery and increased
number of bands. Another wing will, there?
fore, bo added to the hni'ding. Fire times as
mtny looms and spindles may be pat m ope?
ration, with an addition of only flftwper cent.
/mandai aili (fottmtratl.
Tbc Charleston Mosey Marfcct.
THTBSDAT, ceptenter 16, 1809.
Securities were generally depressed during the
past week on account of the stringency of moser,
and the salea made were affected hy this cause. Mr.
S. C. Black sold $10,000 ol city alz per cent stock,
ex October interest, at an average of 65K- Other
quotations are merely nominal. Bank bills are in
good demand. Money is tight at 1? H cent a
month on good securitieB. lt ie generally conceded
that the duli season ii draging to a close, and that
eecurities of every description will soon enhance in
BOUTHXAN SAJIK B1XXB.
Bank ol Camden.Jg ?80
Bank of Charleston.8? ?W
Bani of Cheater......J? @00
Bank ef Georgetown.Ijj ??0
Bank of Hamburg.J @T
Bank of Newberry. #T
Bank of Soutt Carohna...... 30 #06
Bank of 8tate of S Carohna, prior to 1861.40 #00
Bank of SUteof H. Carolina,after lat Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.S ?00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.'..18 @0t
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston.00 #00
Merchant's Bank,Cteraw..'..13 ?00
People's Bank, Charleston.:.87 ?.00
Planter's Bani of Fairfield.....v i 000
Planters* and Mechanics' Bank.Charleeton.87 @09
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
: oath western Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank, Charleston. 8 #00
Onion Bank, Charleston.99 ?00
City of Charleston Change Billa.7.97 (GOO
SUte 8. Carolina Treasury Notes.98 #00
BOHDS. STOCKS AITS COT/TOHt.
City of Columbia Bonda.?8 #00
C)ty of Columbia Coupons.70 (?00
Sauth Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
(whola shares).10 #00
South Carolina Railroad (half shares).19 @00
8. C. Railroad 8ix Per Cent. Bonds.7? ?00
a. C. K- R. Seven Per Cent B'de,.80 #00
S. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.93 #95
City of Charleston Six Per Ct. 8tock (ex
October interest)..55 J-?S60
City of Charleston Firs Loan Bonda.75 000
SUte of South Carolina Bonds (old).68 #70
Sute of South Carolina Bonda (new issue.
of January 1, 1867).67 #00
State of South Carolina bonds (?aaued for
Bank of the SUte bills).65 (200
SUte of Houtn Carolina Stock.65 #00
SUte of Strath Carolina Coupons(fundable)65 #00
People's National Bank Stock.115 #00
Firat National Bank Stock.116 #80
Greenville and Columbia Railroad SUte
guaranteed bouda.60 #62
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
, Bouda.?5 (SOO
Northeastern R. R. 1st Mortgage Bonda.80 Ott00
Northeastern R.B. lat Coupons (past due).70 #u0
Northeastern Railroad Stock (capital).88 WOO
Northeastern Railroad Stock (preferred)...?33 @00
Northeastern RR. Certificates of Indebted?
Cheraw and Darlington 1st mort bonds..80 (SOO
Charleston Oas Company Stock.22 #00
Charleston City Railway Stock.64 @C0
Charleston Mining and Manufacturing
Company's Phosphate Works.00 @C0
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(SUte guarantee).60 #00
Savannah and Charleston R.B. Stock..... 24 #00
City of Savannah Bonds..90 (goo
City of .Savannah Coupons (due previous
-to lit June, 1866).97 #00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1866). .97 (SCO
City of Memphis honda, endorsed by M.
at O Railroad...60 r?OO
Memphis and Charleston Railroad StoO; Sil #00 .
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bond t. -7 #00
Memphia and Charleston R. R. Coupons..93 #00
RUAT?N, HON-Per sehr F V Turner-90.000 Cocoa
nuts, 6000 Plantains, 217 bunches Bananas, to J
A inflow A Co. _
Exporta for tbe Week ending Tburedavy,
BOSTON-Per brig Josie A Devereaux-?85S bbls Na?
val stores. SO tons Iron, 12 tens Onano, 34 tons
Cotton Seed, 34 bales Bags, 12.000 feet Lumoer.
POO ) Horns, 1 Piano.
HEW TOBE-Per s'eamship James Adger--2l tierc-N
Rice, ?34 bales Upland Cotton, 64 casks Clay, 64
bales Domestics, 2 bates Rag*. 33 package* sun?
dries.Per steamship Manhattan-490 bales
Upland Cotton, 49 tierces Rice, 291 bbls Rosin.
39 bales Yarn 81 empty Barrels. 60 Packages_
Per ?ehr Menewa-100,000 feet Yellow Pine Tim?
ber, 81,842 feet Tel1 o w Pine Lumber.... Per nar
Lilly-175,000 feet Lumbar, 460 bbls Rosir, 21
empty Barrels. 20 empty Carboys, 4 packages
Mdae, 1 bag Roots.
ST MARY'S, GA-Per sehr W H Jones-Grain and
BALTIMORE-FLT steamship Sea O nil-358 bile?
Cotton, 41 hale* Domestic?, 47 caskt Clay, 40.000
feet Boards, 10 bales Hides, 9 bale- Rags and
Wo al... .Per sehr Wenonah- 200 tons Phosphate
THE CHARLESTON KARRET,
ron TEX wzzK aroma XBTOSOAT, BX PT. ic. 1869.
TH? CHOPS.-The falling off In the condition of
the cotton plant in many portie ns ol Sou1 h Carolina
and Georgia, has caused crop estimates mide at an
earlier period to be somewhat lowered, and many
who calculated, under tbj prospect existing a te*
weeks since, on a yield cf 2,700,000 to 2,800,000 bales,
have Tteadel to 2.400,000, 2,500,000 and 5,GO0,0C0
baiest Tbe pUnt la now pa?sing through a period of
trial, and much remaini ta be determined by the
weather to be experienced tn the next five or BIX
weeks. The reporta from the prolific Southwest are
aa yet generally favorable, and a late and dry fall
wilt nuke a great difference in that reg on. in
South Carohna and Georgia the action of the rust
has caused the plant to open rapidly, and tho top
fruit to drop off, ao that the crop here has in most
caBee lesa to gain by a Ute fall. The weather, since
our last report, has been generally favorable to har?
vesting, and cotton and rice are being secured in
good ondinon. The citerpiUar on the s< a Islands
is doing damage, but has not yet become BO general?
ly destructive aa last year.
THX COTTON MAUKKT -Operators in this artic!'.-,
thinking prices too high, wera endeavoring steadily
to have the rates brough', more ia conformity to
their views, and manufacturera as well as purchas?
ers generally were only buying in a limited way, and
at rates In their favor; and with increasing receipts
of the new crop quotations have ht d a steady ten?
dency to fall off. Ihe English market during the
week has exhibited no animation, prices commenc?
ing at IS.Hd. and receding to 13d. for middling up?
lands. The New York market has been decidedly
downward, and middling, which opened at 34, fall
oil to 30c, and at thia port middlings, which optned
at 31c, declined to about 27c. "ft. lb.
'the Liverpool and New York markets have
Ehown the following movements for the week:
On Fri Jay, September 10th, the former was
dull, rales 5000 bales, middling uplands at
l&Xd; the latter waa steady, eales 600 bales
at 34 cents. On Saturday the former waa steady, np
lands 13?, J, sales 10 000 balee; the latter was a shade
lower, ralea TAO bales at 38^(334 oenU. On Mon?
day the former was dull, uplands 13'?d, eales 7000
bales; the latter was decidedly lower, sales 700 bales
at 33#33K cents. On Tuesday the former wt ts dull
and nominal, uplands lS^d, saleb 3000 bale?; the
latter was heavy, and full one cent lower, sales ?210
balee, closing at 32 cents. Ou Wednesday the former
was dull and irregular, sales 4 )00 bales, uplanos 13J;
the latter was decidedly lower, Bales 1200 hales at
30:- cents, i'este: day the former was a shade firmer,
sales 70( 0 bales, uplands 13d ; tbe latter was drooping
at 30 cents lb.
The arrivals of the sUple at this port for the week
have been 28 ba"s cf Bea islands and Floridas and
3831 bags ot uplands, against 7 bags ol tea islands and
Floridas and 1375 bales of uplands the week before,
and 4 bags ot sea islands and Floridas and 3*9 bales
of uplands for the same week last year. The-te tup
piles have ccme through the (chowing Bources, say
of uplands per South Carolina Railroad, 3301 bale.-;
per Northeastern Railroad, 6J5 bale-; Georgetown.
S. C., 4; Florida, C; wagons, 15; ot s a islands from
Beaufort, S. C., S ; Edialo, 5; Wadmtlaw, 0; v. brist
Church, 4; Florida, 5.
The supply of the etapie in Bight at the latest dates
was as follow?; 1869. 1808.
Sto a in Livernoo). 449 U00 479.790
Afloat from India. 364,000 522,000
Afloat from America. 6.000 2.500
ato-kin London. 23,360 52,051
Afloat lor London. 100.000 i. 154,000
Stock in Havre. 42.4b J 32.147
Afloatfor Havre. 116,966 '05 348
Stock in Bremen. ,5,181 12,310
Afloat tor Bremen. '1,600 7.-flt
Stock iu United Sutes i ort-. 16,186 38,665
3tock m the interior towns. 3,938 2.898
Deficiency in vhuole supply . 230,054
Mock of cotton held by Manchester spinners at
the mills, now UO.OOO bales; same time 1868, 110,OOo
bale?; middlingOrleananow 13d, then 9"ial0d.
The transactions and prices prevailing in th.s
market for the week will bc seen by thc lohowinrt
On Friday, September 10 h, the irfquLy was limit?
ed, with pries in buyers' favor; sales 105 balee^fcr
dmary to gool ordinary being quoted at 27#29; low
rtiddling 30; middling 31c. ft lb.
On Saturday the better grades were steady, but
tbe lower qualities were easier; sales 335 balea,
narr to good ordinary belog quoted at 37@38>4'
middling 30; middling 31c. ft lb.
On Monday the article declined >,'<?? le. ? lb ;
200 balee, ordinary to good ordinary being quot
27<328>i ; low middling 29; middling 30c. "ft B>.
On Tuesday prices were receding, middlings
mendng at 29 >? and closing nat and Unsettle
29c; salee 2(0 bales, ordinary to good ordinary
iug quoted at 26@27 ; low middling 28; middlini
On Wednesday the market was unsettled, bi
declining to make o liars, and the article closed
and nominal; sales 60bales.
Yesterday prices haring receded to a point r
in accordance with the views of purchasers, an
proved feeling prevailed, and the market bec
more active, sales 500 bales, viz: 0 at 24; 77 at 25
at 25 \ ; 105 at 2C>4 ; 138 at 27; 42 at ?TJ?J 21 at
We quote : m
Ordinary to good ordinary.24 #25"?
Low middling..26>?'g 26?
SEA ISX?HD COTTON.-Tbe arrivals of the new i
are increasing, but are still light, having bee
baga or South Carolina and 5 of Floridas for
week. The market has been without signa of ac
ty, purchasers either bei og without orders or
holding off to obtain a better idea of the final re
of the crop, and there have been no transaction
this quality of the staple. In thia dull conditio
the article quotations are entirely nominal. The
telligence in reference to the caterpillar shows, t
while this insect has been quite destructivo on a 1
ited number of plantations, the general damage
to this period has not been great; but planters st
in dread of new developments, as it ls not too
for rainons injury to the crop.
KICK.-The arrivals have been about 1000 bi
?ls of new Carolina rough far the week. Some i
eels of new clean were placed on the market, an
lot ot 60 tierces of good to common prime new Ci
lina sold at 8*?c ~f4 lb, and a second parcel ot
tierces were disposed of at 8?c "ft rb. The ero]
being harvested in good condition.
NAVAL S TOBES. -The arrivais of articles um
this head have been limited and amount to ab
1000 bbls of all kinds (or the week. Io tbe absei
of supplies the transactions have been moderate
about the following figures, aay $3 25Q350 7? bbl
extra Ko 1 rosin ; S3 75@3 "8 bbl for No 1 do; $2 21
2 60 fi bbl for low No ldo; 82 ft bbl for dull ?
opaque; 81 75@l 85 for No 2, and SI 7J 78 bbl
NoS. Spirits turpentine in ordinary packages s
sold at 88c 7jt gallen. Crude turpentine is in gc
demand at S3 80 78 bbl for virgin, S3 60 ft bbl
yellow dip, and SI 60 ft bbl fer hard.
BAT.-Tbe arrivals bave been confined to a tm
lot of North River qualities, lhere have been
transactions of importance.
COEN -This grain continued to show a firmer U
dency, the arrivals tor the week naring been abo
4000 bushels of Maryland qualities. I be demand
moderate, ond dealers were asking for jobbing 1<
of white Maryland $1 C?&1 60 7* bushel,*weight,ba
FLOUR,-The market is fairly supplied. The ar
cle shows no important change in rates, and we i
new previous quotations. Say fer Northern ai
Wes tern super 87 2 va7 50 78 bairel; extr?$7 78
8 ft barrel, and family 88 5C<?,9 78 barrel. Southe:
descriptions aro in moderate supply and may
quoted at $7 50 "ft barrel for super; S?@8 60 78 bart
tot extra, and $9010 "A barrel for family qualities.
BACON.-ylhe martel is moderately supplied wii
this article. Price? witb a light stock are rath
finner in Fome ciec.- ; the demand has been mole
ate for most of the period. Prime shoulders are st
ling at 17&C "ft rb ; prime rib tides at 2020*4" : prin
clear rib sides at 21@21'i; prime strips at 21, at
bulk shoulders, sailed, a? 16:.
WHEAT.-We quote prime white at SI 7C#1 '
"ft bushel, and prime red at SI 40;?$l 50.
BurTEB.-There is a fair stock of prime Oosha:
We quote good to prime at 3C@i40 cte. ? rb. Wei
e.u and other 1oVBgg:ade~ sell hem 30(330 cts.
lb, as in quality.
??'ALT -3700 sae'rs received the previous week d
rect (rom Liverpool were sold on private terms. 53<
sack' to arrive were disposed of with the same r
striations. Jaboiug lots from shipboard are hoi
at $2 35 78 sack. Stow lota are held at $2 30@82 i
IHDIA PAOonta -With a good stock the mark?
bas been rasier, and we quote at 25?-:? 26c 78 yan
Bundee bag?ln.1,41 Inches, 1 ii Tts. for the yard,
held at 30@35c. Sea island bagging, 151 nene i wid
2 lbs. for the yard, is held at 45c.
ROFE.-The demand for rope is moderate, an
prices are somewhat nominal at quotation?. W
quota hemp at - cents 78 rb. ; greenlea!at 10 ce.it>
and jute at 8>i<39 cents Vt penni.
I^OK BAN#* A?O Toes for cotton, of the most aj
proved pattern?, are offered on the market, at
a8c 78 lb, and sales have taken place at thea? figur?t
Tocara AND LTTICBKB_The market for this art
cle is dull. "We quote firubei for raffling purpose
from 86<S 9. Phipping timber $18? 16 ; 4 iQM loo:
lng at sii@15 78 M. Bright lumber, goad mei
chintabie, from city xnillr, cut to ain, from $3
@24 78. M by tb? cargo.
FaxioHTK-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal ; b
sall, \d an uplands, atdS'd on sea Ulanda, nomi
nal To Havre, nominal. Coastwise-Ta Net
York ty steam '?c on uplands, and la. on se
islands, $1 50 ft tierce on rice; by sail, X? ft ri
on cotton; $1 ft rieroe on rice; 40c 78 bWL oi
rosin; Ss 7? M. on lumber ; *9@10 ft M. ot
timber. To Boston, hy sail. S?9-lie fl tb. oi
upland cotton. To Providence, $8 ft M. en board?
Sc fi lb on calton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un
settled and nominal; by sail, |fs7 fl M. on heards
$9 on Umher; *3 per ton on clay; and SS 60?
on phosphat?e. To Baltimore, by steam, un
settled and nominal. By toil. $6@7 ft M. oi
boards-S3 50fa)4 "ft ton on phosphate rock. Vessel,
ire in demand by oar merchants to take lumbe:
freight-" from Georgetown, S. C , Darien and Satil
la River, Geo , and Jacksonville, Fla., to North
ern torts, and SU@12 f M. ar? ratea on lumbei
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 144\ "or sixty day bille.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasin)
sight checks on New York at -, discount; 6 dayl
"?discount; 10 days 1 per cent discount; IS dayi
l.?4 off; 20 days 1% ; 30 days 2 off. They are selling
sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying u:
34, and ceiling at 35. j
Mar Kc ta by Tclegrapn.
LONDON, September IG-Noon,-Consols 92!?",
Bonds 6). f?ugar quiet, both on the spot and afloat.
Eveni?g.-The decrease irj specie in the Bank ol
England is ?198,000. Consols 92J?. Bonds 83 Com?
mon rosin GsaCs 3d. Tallow 46s Ot).
LIVERPOOL, September IC-Noon-Cotton dull;
upland* 131; Orleans 13 '?0 ; rales 50t0 bales. Bed
We tern wheat 9s OdalOs. Corn 30s.
aflcrao:n. -Cottoi a ?bade firmer; Biles will rea^h
Evening.-Cotton closed a shade firmer; uplands
13d; Orleans 13'4iJ; Biles 8000 bales, of whicb 4000
were to speculators and exporters. Breadstuff's dull.
PAMS, September 16.-Bourse firm. Rentes "Of 60c,
HAVRE, September 36.-Cotton opened quitt.
NEW YORK, September lt'-Noon.-Stocks weak
and unsettled. Money steady at Ga7. Sterling, long,
8'4; short, f'i. Gold 30. Cotton drooping at 30
cents. Turpentine I3*ij cents. Rosin quiet; common
to good strained $2 3"n2 37 Vt.
Evenim.-Cotton h;avy; SOVR 2300 l?ales at 3d
cents. Flour, oldsteidy; ne* dull and declining;
superfine State $5 90iC20; common to fair extra
Southern SC 50aC 83. Wheat active and prices un
ihaLg^d. Com fairly active, and 2a3 cents better;
mixed Western $1 13al 17. Pork firmer, and in fair
demand atS30 37.'i. lard heavy at 19?19Ji cente,
Wh'Fkey decidedly lover at SI 20. Rice dull; Caro?
lina 8a9 cents. ? Uijor oed coffee firm. Naval stores
steady. 1 r.-i.his firm Money active at 7 per cent.
Stelling dull; long 8; short 8'4. Gold 36.'4\ Gov?
ernments heavy; 3862'a 21*4'a22. Southerns dull;
North Carolina's declined to 51>?.
BALTIMORE, September 16.-Cotton nominally at
29a30 cents. Flrur quiet and steady. Wheat weak,
and prices unchanged; prime to choies red $1 55a
1 GO. Corn?rtn;whi.e$l 25il 28;yellow$1 24aS 125
Oats 58aS0cente. Fork quint. BaconaCti?c Wfiis
key 51 26, buyers holding off.
CINCINNATI. September 16.-Whiskey nominally at
61 20. Pork held ot $32. Lard 19>4' centp. Bacon
In moderate demand, and was h?ld higher at the
bl. Louis, September 16.-Whiskey steady nt |1 20.
Pork $33a33 00. Lard 18 cents.
LOUISVILLE, September 16. - Provisions firm.
Hess pork $33*33 60; shoulders 16 cents; clear sides
19Xtl9X cents. Whiskey firm at $1 20al 22.
WiuaxoTON, September 16- Spirits turpentine
S9.'i cents. Rosin steady at $1 60i3 60; crude tur?
pentine unchanged. Tar unchanged. Middling cot
ten 27;? cents.
AUGUSTA, September 16-Cotton firmer and more
active: sales 658 bales; receipt- 630 balfes middlings
26a26.,4 cents. . .
SAVANNAH, September 16.-Cotton -Receipts 2198
bales ; exports 1364 bales; markst dull and fluctuat?
ing in conaeqnenco of advices from New York; mid?
dlings 27 cents; salea 200 bales.
MOBILE, September 16.-Cotton, sales 500 bales;
closed quiet; middlings 28 cents; receipts 3u5 balea;
exports 516 bales.
NEW ORLEANS. September 16-Cotton in lair de?
mand; sales 960 bales; middlings 29% cents; re?
ceipts ttl bales. Gold SS*. Sterling 41J?. Kew
York sight exchange par.
WILMING"! OX, Sept.mber 15.-TUBPENTTNE-114
bbls received and sold at $3 for virgin atd $2 E0 for
yellow dip, per 280 lbs.
SPIRITS IUBPENTTNE-Market without material
change. Sales of 150 bbls at 39J?c per gallon
ROSIN-Market inscrive for all grades, and no sales
TAB-10 bbls sold at $2 60 per bbl.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING. ? yam
Dandee.i. *0 te 45
Gunnv Cloth. 26J?* 26
BALE ROPE, * tb-Manilla. - (a) -
Western. . 8 ft 12>i
Ju e. ..;. 8H@ 9
COTTON, ? ?
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 24 @ 26#
Low Middling. 25X9 26>?
Middling to Strict Middling. 27 te -
Good Middling. - te -
Sealsland. f0 ra 1.00
COFFEE, ? tt>-Rio.i 20 & 26
Laguayrs .I 2o ft -
J av?.I 35 Ht 40
CarolinarerbUxer, ? 2000fte... (60.03 ft - .
Wando Fertlliief.itt.00 ft -
Double Refined Poudrette.?30.00 ft -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 te -
Peruvian Guano, %* 2240 lbs. 105.00 us -
Pacific Guana, 9 2000 tba.65.00 ft -
Phoenix Guano. 56.00 (a) -
Baugh'sPhosphat?, 9 2000lbs...160.00 ia -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ? 2000 lbs...|65.00 te -
Rhodes' Siand. Manure-f65time|57.50 is) -
Orchitis Guano-.$40 time;36 00 & -
Land Plaster. 24.60 ft
Mapea'SaperPhosphate,V 2000 tb| ".5.00 (et -
Zcll's Raw Bone Phosphate.jCO.'iO te -
Zcll'e Super Phosphate of Lime.. Icu.00 te _
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..- .|C.i.00 ft -
Woelatoii's Vegetate, 9 2OC0 lbs|65.0<> @ -
Croaadalc's Gen. buper-Phot. net?60.00 ia -
Bowers'Complete Manure,net... 60.00 ? -
Sardy'a Phoapho Peruvian, cash. C5.00 ft -
barty's Pacific Guauo, cash.Itt.OO -
Patapaco Guano.IC5.00 te -
? Frank co-TPhoai hate.|65.00 ft -
FLOUR, ? bot-super' . 7.25 ? 7.5J
Northern and Western Extra. 7.75 ($8.00
Bal timora Extra. - te -
Southern-Super. 7.25 te 7.60
Extra. 8.00 (a) 8.50
Family. 9.00 @ 11.00
ORA IN- Maryland Oat?, ? bushel.' - ft -
' Western Oats, ? bushel. - sa -
Corn, T\ busbei. 1.68 (a 1.60
BA Y, ?cwt.-North River. - ft -
Eastern.I 1.26 te -
LUMBER, ?? M. len
Clear White Pine. 1st quality.;60.00 ($55.00
White Pine, good run.?38.00 tefO.OO
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ftr'Jl.OO
Boards, ip M. feet-Rough.114.00 lg. 13.00
Grooved and Tongued... .|28.00 te32.00
MOLASSES. $ gallon- Cuba.! 46 ft 47
Muscovado. 48 (a> 55
Sugar House. 60 te 1.00
New Orleans. - ?a -
NAVAL STORES, ? bbl- Tar.... - ft -
Pitch. - l<?> -
Rosin, Pale. 4.CO ft -
Rosin, No. 1.1 2.75 w 3.M)
Bosln, No. 2.i 1.75 te 1.86
Rosin. No. :l. 1.70 ia) -
SoiriU Turpentine, ? gallo.I 38 te 38.'j
o j ?;v.i. '*> :r..I 16 ia -
SAILS-American, i&S'ld, ?? keg.. | 5.50 (? 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g....| 0.70 ft -
Dupont'e, F.F.F.I 5.CO te -
Dupont's, Blasting.I 4.25 ft -
PROVISIONS-lb- I -
Bacon, Hams, V lb.I - te -
Bacon, 8idea.I 20?itt 213?
Bacon, Shoulders. nu -
Bacon, Strips. 21 ia) -
Lard, in keg. 22 ft 23
Butter. 20 ft 40
Cheese. 15 ft 30
Potatoea, ? bbl. - ft -
Onions. - ft -
Apples. - (<t -
RICE- Carolina, $ lb. - ft
East India. - ft -
SALT- Liverpool, eo.ru-, sack.. 2.25 ft 2.10
Liverpool, fine. - te -
SUGAR, 9 ft-uaw.I - ft -
Porto Rico. }3>;te 14
Muscovado ..J 12?;te 13
: w o.
: a g.
3 = 5
GO ' ? CJ CB
-1 5 ? ?
i oin pur nu vt- Kxports or Cotton and
Hice from tate Port ot cnn neston, from
the 1st to the lotti September. 19G0.
Otb. Br. Pons
Tol'l G. Brfn
Oth. Fr. Ports,
N. of Europe
Tot'l N. Eu'pe
S. of Europe..
W. Indies, &e.
?pl'd I Rice
Total F. Ports
Bait.* No l'k
Tot'l Cse P'ta
3 J 69
IC-?port? or Klee. Karal Stores aaa Lun
ocr tram the Port of Charleston, fr tr in
the 1st to ?he lGth September. 186?
Pro?ld*ce, R 1
Msj'a & M'rk'i
Halifax, M f.
St John's. N B
Stocks or Cotton In thc Interior To wi
not lnalnden In th? Reoelpta.
Aucuata and Hamborg.Sept ll
Macon, Geo.Sept 18
Columbus, Geo......Sept 10
Montfornery, Ala.Sept 10
Memphis, Tenn..Sept ll
Nashville, Tenn.8ept 3
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KOTB.-We have deducted from New Orleans
407 bales Upland, from Mobile _ bales, from
Savannah 9 bags Sea Island and .... bales Up?
land-and from Charleston 8 bags Sea Island and
6 bales Upland, the quautitles received at tbore
porta from Mobile, Florida, Texas and Savannah.
Ul lpt1 H
PHILADELPHIA-Per scbr Mary Stow-250 tons
BULL CBEEK VIA GE0BGET0WN-Per schooner
Palmer-200 bags Corn, 600 empty Barrels, 65
bbl? Floor, 50 sacks Salt, 40 bundies Hoop Iron,
60 packages Groceries.
Consigners pt r >out ti carolina nun rona
671 bales Cotton, 81 bales Domestics, 191 bbla Na?
val Stores, 6 cars Wood. To Railroad agent, Pelzer,
Rodgers k Co, Be*dT & Davis Graeser st Saith, L
D De Saussure. J B Pringle, G W Williams k Co, W
K Byan, Kirkpatrick k Witte, W W Smith, G H Wal
ter ? Co. W B Wilhams, Goldsmith k Son, R Mure
k Co, Dowling k Co. J Adger k Co, Clagborn, Her?
ring k Co, Brodie k Co, and G H Ingra ham At Son.
Consignees per .Vortticnstcru Ka Uro ad
90 bales Cotton, 102 bbls Naval ttores. 50 kegs
Nails, boxes Tobacco. To Kinsman & Howell, J V
Barden, Bavenel k Co, Nachmann k Co, Gaillard k
Minoti, Graver k Co, Kendall k Docdery, Mowry k
Co, Kirkpatrick k Witte, J D Aiken & Co, G W WU
Hims k Co, Caldwell ft rion, A J Salinas, Reeder &
Davis, Thurston k Holme.'. G Foll?n. J Camuren 4
Co, Frost k Adger Fhackelford & Kelly, W K Ryan,
G H Walter, Clagborn, Herring k co, Lischoff k Co,
Kailroad Agent, and Order.
Per steamer Fannie, Georgetown, S C-J H Hood,
E H Myers, and J Dempsey.
Port ol CfcurlHSUm. Sept'r 17.
PUA KM Mir rna MO->N.
Rear Moon, 6th, 12 Lour?, 46 mientes, moraine.
First Quart?r. 12th, 4 hours. 3 minnies, evening.
Full Moon, 20th 3 hoars, 21 ulnares, cvcjmp.
Lott Quarter. 28th. i hours, 2 minute?, evening.
Monday. fl. 44 1 . 7 |
T teaday.... 5 44 <;.. C
Wednesday.' 5..45 C.. 4
Thursday...: e..46 ' 0.. 3
Friday. 5..46 6.. 2
Saturday... 6..47 ? C.. 0
Cuudav. 6. 48 . 6..39
Steamer Fannie, White, Georgetown. 8 C. Mdse.
To 'J burs iou & Holmes, and I S K Let. nett.
Arrived ? csteraav.
Sehr F V Turner. Graven, Ruatao, Hon-ll days.
Fruit. To J A Enslow k Co. (Previously reported
Scbr Ann S Deis, from West Point Mill. 35 tierces
Rice. To G H Hoppock.
Boat from James lriand. 1 bag Sea Island Cotton
To W A Boyle.
Steamship Missouri, from Havana for New York
Behr Mary Stow, Rankin. Fbiladclobia-W Roach k
Sehr Palmer. Rankiu, Bull Creek v.a Georgetown
W Roach k Co.
From tilla Port.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New Fork, Sept 13.
Steamship J W Evcrman, Hinckley, Philadelphia,
Brig H tl McGilvery. Stubbs, Boston, Sept 13.
Brig Geordie, Swan, Georgetown, 8 C, Sept 9.
Vp for this Port.
Sehr Conservative,-, at New York, 8ept 14.
Cleared for thia Port.
Sehr E M Boxier, Rogers, at New York, Sept 13.
Sehr I?ab?lla, Burton, at New York, Sept 13.
Shipnews by lci^rapn.
SAVANNAH, September 16- Arrivpd. steamship
San salvador, New York ; bark Ring Brrd, Liverpool.
M t inn . ;> n ia.
Ihe sehr Anna E Glover, Terry, from Boston for
Charleston, passed Holmes' Hole Sept 12.
TORT OF GEORGETOWN, S. C., SEPr. 15.
Sept 9-Brig Georgie, ewan, Charleston, S C.
Sept 15-Scbr Za'.ctte Kenyon, Buckingham, New
Sept 10-Fchr Wm Gill.m, Meheffey. New York.
Sept 14-Brig Cyclone. Frisbie; echr Carrie S
Webb, Rowland, New York.
Q1TRATE OP 11A(i-,t>iA.
A.GOOD COOLING SUMMER MEDICINE. MADE
fresh every day, by DB. H. BAER,
May 25 No. 131 Meeting-street '
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Pert of Charleston, September 1G.
?Banu UNDEB 100 TONS, AND STEAMEB3 COASTING
WITHIN TEZ STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion^ 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-James Adger k Co.
Saragossa, 778 tons, Byder, at Vanderhorst's wharf.
for New York, loading-Bavenel k Co.
Promctheua. 681 tons, Gray, at Atlantic wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-J k T Getty.
Falcon, 673 tons, Horsey, at Union wharf, for ratal -
more, loading-Courtenay k Trenholm.
Miesouri, - tons,-, at Quarantine. fffij New
B G W Dodge, 330 tons, Munroe, nth? Stream, for
Georaetown. S C, ready-H F Ilk r k Co.
Tinco (Br), 438 tons, Halliday, a: VanderhoreV
wharf, from Liverpool, diacbarging-Bavenel k
Bella Dolores (Span), 1U6 tona, DuraU, at Brown k
Co'a wharf, from Matanzas, waiting-W P Hall
Courier (Bri, 309 tona. Evana, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
from Liverpool, diseharging-Bavenel k Co.
lady Perle (Bt), 3.6 tons. Patterson, at Palmetto
wharf; from Salt River, Jam, waiting-J ? ELS
David B Doane, 183 tons, Teazle, at Central wharf,
from Alexandria, Va, discharging-H F Baker k
Menewa. 311 tons, Disaosway, ia the Stream, for
New York, ready-Risley k Creighton.
Lilly, 413 tons, Hughes, in the Stream, for New York,
ready- W Roach.
Nancy Smith, 441 tons, Boyd, in Ashley River, for
New York, loading-W Roach k Co.
3 M Richards, - tona. Irving, in the Stream, for
Georgetown, S C, ready- ?aster
Dexter Wssbburne, 379 tons, Munro, in Ashley River,
for Rockport, ale, aaadinp-Ulney At Ca
Ida Bella, 379 tons. Fisher, at N ? Railroad wharf,
tor Philadelphia, loading-W Roach k Co,
Ida Richardson, 179 tons, BedeB, at Palmetto wharf,
from New York, discharging-W Boach k Co.
Myro ver, 418 tons, Brown, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging- W Roach k Co.
Matoaka, 217 tons. Fooks, at Union wharf, from Bal?
timore, discharging-Street Bros & Co.'
F V Turner, 90 tons, Graves, at Brown k Co's wharf
fro ja Buatan, Hon, discharging-J A Enslow ic
Thos Mi; com m IDS, 110 tons. Wyatt, at Bennett's
wharf, rei &1: juc-J A Ecelow k Co.
Palms, - tons. Bankin, lnphe Stream, for Bull Creek
via Georgetown, ready-W Boach At Co.
Mary Stow, 160 tons, Rankin, in the atream, for
Philadelphia, retigy-W Keach ii Co.
Trade Wind, 164 ton?, Hoffman, at Boyce's wharf,
from Philadelphia, discharging-W Roach k Co.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postofflce at
Charleston, for the *>CB anding SEPT-EMBER 16,
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.tato that they arc "Advertised."
tar Office hours irom 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun?
days, from 5 to 6 P. M.
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yytLL.19 & ciiiaju?t.
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SHIPMENT (to Forcen ana Domestic Ponai of
COTTON, RICK, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOBES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. O.
B. WILLIS.a? B. OHISOLM
BECOTS, nw CULT, *
Tint ?fut? NO CUatony,
WITH TK? TkTltrz
WHICH HJLI no arauca*.
The Original asi aly
2?lioblo Fiitsro mad?.
It can be applied to
?ny Stair Rod, either
Round or Flat, and
prevents its slipping
from its place.
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Palest Crop Fixtara,
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Principal 1 m che8tnut gt PhillL
Warehouses j108Bank St., CleYeland,0
And for sale by our agents in tho
principal cities throughout the
FOB BALE BY
WM. M. HIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
CM A !< l.KSTl/A.
Decemti-r 19 _lyr
/> PRATTS ASTRAL OIL ?
von FA^aTrcfe-iro CHANGE OF LAMPS
beqmriwdAA ptrActly^Safe Rhnmnaiiog Oil-Strict ty
Pnrs^Mo Mixture, No C??aicals-W?H not Explode
Kroiist 145 degrees (being 3^degre?S higher than il
prietots. ^"te?^^^^^^?S^^TT, ..
Send fia: circulars, ? ii t>|^^^^?^^^^!^^^^^'
Sept 0 , mwf 3rcos
foif ihe rn,
sf raisLy, SesfMiL
August 4 wfm3mo:'
TOBAC< JO _AN TID O T ?.
Warrautwl xi i?'<t?tove all Beside
It is Purely Vegetable and contain*
Thc iollcwice it on? ci thcuvasds of tesl io 0: :
that are daily recf-ivrd by th? Manufacturer:
hiciiM ND. VA , Koveaitiei vb 1SGH.
TE.-JI '.IR-The "lohaooo *ntidotc" jrepared by
you acornicp to thp ie.1'i t yod have rabmi'rc? 'i>
mp. and the ltfj:<diei.'(s 01 wvirh I have cxarnhiod,
is putely vpge'.ahlt?. tn tire y La; mitts, am! co LU nw
nothing in the least lnjuii' us. It is not disatrreeaV-le
to the taste, ?nd as a bocce nrtirlc, I hope yu "viii
meet wita rta<iy *.;l?> ?or it, and I tel'tv- thai it io.
'"irecrions aie loi:- wtd, :t w:ij Aa a l yen . Limed tor
it. JOHN DOVE, M.P.
eay Price 50 ceuls pT ho*, lae ??UJ! discount
to th* Trade.
?3* For *aie ry
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLrSAI.F. 4GENI FOr. KOUIH CAROLIN A.
?i O L, O G * E ,
PTPFRIOB IO TEE BEbT IMPOT.. LD CO
LOUNB WATER, manntacrared and sold wholesale
and retan by Dr. H B??tt, . y
june 21 No, 131 Meeting sir?eL