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THE DAILY NEWS.
ar JAME* BUSSEXX ?bwixx.
Of ?il tb.- myriad moods of miad
Tbat 'hrouRb tbe soul came thronging,
Which one was e'ei so dear, so kind,
80 beautiful, as loDg.ns ?
. Ute thing we long for, that we are,
- For one transcendent moment;
Before the Present, poor and bare,
Can make its sneering comment.
Stn!, through oar paltry stir and strife,
Grows down our wished Ideal ;
fl And longisg saolds in clay what life
. Carves in the marble Beal ;
To let Oae new life ta we know.
Desire mast ope tbe portal;
Perhaps the longing to be so
Helps makes the soul immortal.
Louring is God's fresh heavenward will,
to .Witn onr 1001 earthward striving ;
'. . We quench lt that we may be still
" j ' Content with merely living;
V.r-ltet, would we learn the heart's full scope,
^saieh We are hourly wronging.
Our lives must climb from hope to hope.
And realise oar longing.
' Ahl let us hope thst to our praise
Goad God not only reckons
?ea? momenta arisen we tread his ways,
Bot when the spirit beckons;
j That some slight good is also \riought
When we are simply good ic thought,
Howe'er we fail is action.
1 : *T,T. AJBOVT THE STATE.
OOTTOlt PICKING POE A WAGER.
.. The Barnwell Journal says: "We learn that
two colored women on Mr. Richardson's plan?
tation, near Allendale, a few days ago ran s
race in picking cotton on a bet of five dollars.
At the close of the dey one had picked four
hundred pounds and the other loor hundred
and one and a half pounds. This is certainly
the best piefang we have ever heard of with
eoe exception. Scene years aso Dr. O'Bannon
had a woman who picked four hundred pounds
in one dav. "
A FOBTHCOMING PBOCLAMATXON.
* The reporter of the Winnsboro' News bas
been interviewing Governor Scott, from whom
he obtained the following draft ot a forth com?
Whereas, Information bas reached me that
the laborers in certain portions of the State
have unreasonable and extravagant notions of
~~ the good tc come to them, and that very soon,
trom the land commission, which land commis
alon is an experiment requiring a series of
* years for its trial, and which will surely prove
a failure, unless the whole body of laborers
continue patient, faithful and steady at their
work; and? whereas, wicked and designing men
ace encouraging combinations among tne la
' Borers - to their own hurt, nrgiog them to de?
mand unjust and unreasonable compensation
from their employers, which the partial failure
of the crops, and the consequent scarcity, and
.jhe great -distress of the planters, render it
their policy, as well as pots it into their pow?
er to refuse, so that snob combinations
nan only result in great delay with next year's
crop, much i di enees and Beary loee to all con?
cerned. Now, therefore, L BobertK. Scott, Gov?
ernor of South Carolina, issue this mypiocla
?tioB, ruthe name Ot ire State or Bouth Car
1?F?gf'ripeas of tbs State to dla
^f^^*t???Esaldexpfctat:?D? and combi
rvSS^'^dtd cultivate, filings of mutual
._2r*"^irip and good fellowship with one
bother; and in all contracts for labor, or tor
the rent of lind for the coming year, I earnest?
ly exhort them, both i a bo 1 ere and employers,
A |o aim at simply such terms as will be just
L and fair to all, and thus contribute, each one
i h? his sphere, to advance tbe happiness, pros
r * perity and glorv of our beloved State.
(Signed)' B. X. SCOTT,
Governor of South Carolina.
i. ? ? ?
CHUBS 0JT STATE NEWS.
:^Bttto the 17th inst., two hundred and J
eighty-five baler of cotton had been shipped
Sato.^Blackville to. Charleston, against thirty
- -fRP.UDtothef?Bie time lart^yearT ?
An agricultural society waa organized at
Manning oe tbe 6ih instant, with the following
officers: W. B. Carpenter, president; Colonel
John O. Brock, vice-president ; W. J. McFaddin
and Arthur' H arvin, secretaries; Moses, Levi,
.Tue Barnwell Journal says that the rust is !
ajprsading to such an extent that scmo planters j
will have nearly their whole cotton crops gath?
ered by the first of October. _
Chester, loi towing UfofcAAiupio ur wisxrevou
ties in ins State, has, through ber juries, de?
clared that debts contracted ante et pendente
Bfflum, ought not to be paid in furl.
Chester is agitated CD the. subject of the Air ,
. line Bairroad. 'f i. t ,|l
A public meeting ta Allendale has passed
Teeoiulions to diseountenance all trafficking in
cotton after nightfall.
-A single lucifer match factory in this
country is credited with using in a year
Tat*? feet of the beet clear pine; 400.000 feet
of basswood for boxes, 400 barrels of sulphur,
3600 pounds of phosphorus. It also uses
weekly four tons of pasteboard. 3000 pounds of
piper, for small boxes, and nearly 400 pounds
of flour for paste. It employs 800 hands, and
pays daily $1500 for revenue stamps.
-At last accounts nearly four hundred emi?
grants from South Carolina, Georgia and Flo?
rida han succeeded in landing ta Cuba, and
had forced the revolutionary fbi ces. They
iver? all soldiers in the late war.,_
SBWyOBK-Per steamship 6araooeaa-T bags Sea
Island Cotton, t8S bales Upland Cotton, 36 bales
Docetties, 13 packages Cotton Waste. 9 Pack?
ages....Per steamship Champion-1780 bales
. . Upland Cotton, 31 tierce? Bice, 37 bales Tarns
and Domestics. M stet? Peanuts, 60 empty Bar?
rels, ll packages Sundries.
0: ' -
?barloaran Cotton. Ric?an? Naval Stores
sVFICH Ox THE OITABT.TOTON DAILY SEWS, 1
Qi il.Ul astarday Evenlnc. Sept. ts. J .
Corros-The matket for this article opened
firmer, aad sellars succeeded In slightly hardenin*
Shes* rates; the demand afterwards became quiet,
Bat closed with transactions showing an improve?
ment of about ?c $ ft. " The operations were about
COO bales, inoradlos, soma50 sold tba evening before,
at?: ?aili, ?6 at 35, S at 25?, 30 at B5?, 30 at 36,
? at ?8?. 78 at 36?, 38 at 20?. VU at 27, 50 at 27?.
MHat ?4 at 2**0 * ft. We quote
Wi * LTV1CUPOOE CSASBIFICAMOW.
? OiathMn to sood ordinary.25 (Zc26?
?a ?itow-mtidteig......36?j* 27
Strict middling...HS?.......38 #28)4
Iticx.-The market was, quiet fdr want of etcc
NAVAL STOBES.- The market waa steady with the
mTtowing salea: lSSbbls of low pale rosin at $4 50
* bbl; 26 bbls of extra Mo. 1 rosin at $3 50; 14bbls
of No. 1 do at $3; ll bbls of low NJ. 1 at $2 25 ; 8
bblt low No. 1 de at $2; 8 bbls dull and jj?que do
1 ?2; 92 bbls Mo. 9 rosin at fl 85; 24 bia No. 2 do
at SI SS; 17 bbls No. 8 do at $1 70.
Markets bj Telegraph.
FOREIGN MA BEETS.
Lawas, September 18.-Noon.-Consols S2?
Bonds 83?. Bosin ITS.
LrvxBPooL, September 18-Noon.-Cotton mar?
ket flat; uplands 13d; Orleans 13?d; sales to-day
Later.-Cotton irregular; uplands 12.? al Sd; Or
lesns :3?al3?. Breadstutlsquiet. Laid 75s. Com?
mon rosin 58s 3d. Turpentine 26s 3d.
MATABA, September li-Sogars have an ad vancing
tendency. Exchange firmer, and rates tending up
DOMESTIC MA tl BETS.
SEW Toaz, september 18-Noon-Stocka heavy
.aad reva-lah.- Money stesdy at 5a7 per cent Sterling j
exchange, long, 108?; short ide?. Tennessee 6?,
ex-coupons, 61 ; new 64?. Virginia 6s, cx-coupoas,
62?; new 57. Louisiana 6s, oM, 70; levees 66?; I j
Bast. Alabama 8s 92; 5e 63. Georgia 6s. 1887, 90.
Horth Carolina Gs, cid, 63; new 47?. south Caro
Una C? saw, 66?. Flour favura buyers. Wbett la2
cents lower. Corn doll sud 1 cent lower. Mets pork
firmer at $30 75. Lard quiet -Cotton a shade easier | 1
at 30? seats.'jfnhlts turpentine steady at ?3 evatt
Bosin favors buyers; common and good strained
ta 80*2 35. Freights firm. Gold 36?.
]f>eaang.--Mousy active and firm at 7 PT cent,
currency to geld, and ?oma instances commission 's
added. Government securities firm. State bonds
dall, except sew Tennessees, which ara higher st
?6?. Cottop a sharia tower ; eales HW bales at 50?
septa Flour favors buyers, an ch.,limited export d 1
saaad; ?uaax?ne faa?96. Wheat has lecovered tbe | 1
nomi's decline, with fair ep'ecutatlqn, ad btttlift
-expert demand. Corn dull at $1 12a? IL Whiskey
i?W?r at fl ls?ai lg. Mess pork firmer at $30 75a31.
Lard heavy; kettle 19aI9J? cents. Naval stores qu'et.
Groceries firm. Freights quiet. The net receip'e of
cotton for the week at all United States ports are
26,306 balee. The exports of the week from all Uni?
ted States ports to Great Britain were 276 balee.
The exports of the week from all United States ports
to the continent were 1063 bales. The strck en hand
anden shipboard not yet cleared at all United Stetes
ports is 28,705 bales.
BALTIIKOF.E, September 18.-Cotton dull but nomi?
naL Flour dull, and demand light. Wheat steady.
Corn firm ; white $128: yellow $1 20al 22. Oats dull
at 68a61 cents. Bye fl lOal 15. Mess pork dull.
Bacon ?rm. W ni key SI ICal 17.
CINCINNATI, September 18.-Whiskey offered at
fl ll, with no buyers. Mess pork nominally at $32.
Bacon Shoulders 16K cents; sides 13'?al9 cents.
Sr.Louis, September 18.-Whiskey heavy. Pork
$33a33 25. Bacon firm; Shoulder? 10 ceiits; eldee
LouiaviLLK, September 18.-PtovJeions un?
changed and firm. Whiskey fl 15al 18.
WnjfrsGioN, September 13.-Turpentine, only 26
barrels received to-day, which sold at f ? for virgin;
f2 r>o for yellow dip, per 280 lbs. Spirits turpentine,
market steady; sales of 248 barrels at ?8% cents.
Rosin, sales reported of 2C0 barrels at fl 60; 691 bar?
rels at fl 57and 69 barrels at tl 65 for strained.
Tar, 165 barrels changed bands at $2 50 per barrel
SAVANNAH, September 18.-Cotton opened lively
at yesterday's quotations, but the stock being small
not much was done. The noon dispatcher had an
unfavorable effec , and the market closed at 26**27
cents for mjpd lings; sales io-day 600 ba'ee; receipts
AUGUSTA, September 18-The market opened at
37 cents for middlings, bat closed dull at 26a36>;
cents; sales 613 balee ; receipts 495 bales.
MOBILE, September 18 -The market closed dall;
sales 60 bales middlings at 27>?a27?? cents; rt.eipts
904 bales; exports 246 bales.
New ORLEANS, September 18.-Cotton market
steady; fair middlings 29>?a29>? cents; sales 1100
bales; receipts 484 bales; exports coastwise 1482
bales. Prime sugar lix cents. Molasses 60a70
oenta. Gold 35'?. Sterling 46)?\
SAVANNAH. September 16.-COTTON-At the
close of last week's opera'ions the market-was quiet
and firm, at prices on stasis of 31,'ic for Liverpool
middling, witb a tendency, however, towards a de?
cline-wh'ch the present week's operation has fully
revealed-the cause of which must be looked tor be
yond the fixed relations ol demand and supply.
On Friday the market closed quiet, sellers yield
lng to the views ot buyers, and prices exhibiting
a marked decline. Sales were effect? d at 3U)ic for
middling. Saturday's operations were limited to
small lotd. and the market closed with a still further
decline of l3c on all grades. Monday beyers and
sellera came to a dead lock, one or two buyers en?
tering the market lowards it? close and effectua
sales of heavy lola at a still further decline. Mid?
dlings 29,'jd. Tuesday the market was ?UH declin?
ing, and holders began to realize tbe inevi?
table tendency, meeting the views of buyer*,
ind a good day's transaction was the consequence;
middling 28? Wednesday purchasers were freely
?nt, the market still declioing, with a disposition on
the part ol holders to make still i arther concessions,
rales were made oa a basis of 27c for middling. At
the dost* of the week's operations this evening, t.-.e
market exhibited co signs of recovery, and was ac?
ive at Wednesday's quotations Saks ot shout 80U
isles were effected, on foreign account ent?rina
largely in (he operations, leaving thc marke almos:
saxe of offering s-ock.
77? can attribute this cxtrordinary fall in the price
rf the Btaple, amounting daring the week lo 6 cents
per pound, to several reasons, none of which are,
howver satisfactory io the planter, whose hopes have
been centered on continued high prices for eou.e
time to come. The fir-t re&son which naturally su.:
gesta itsell is, the scarcity ot currency-there being
a uni ver J 1 complaint in thia direction for several
sleeks past-which, ci "ru g the past week, amounel
to an absolute stringency, 'ihr secend reason mi.v
be found in the fact ol the number ot sales for tuiurc
lehvery, at pries Lom four to ?ix cents lower than
the prices ruliog at the dato ot the transactions ?
md, thirdly, the scarcity of .'reigbts by steam
Tor Northern and loreign ports. iU.it (here,
..fir ts at this port have been largely in execs, ol
hose of the same tim1? Jas: year, only provee
hat tbe season is moro advance*!, and that pouter
ire di.-po.-ed to move their cotton rn a flu-h ma: kc.
Reports frc m the interiorare indicative of a much
imaller crop than t? as generally ueen counted on. lt
ts said ibat net "on'y uaa mat destroyed a confider
?b'.c portion of tb? plants in mmv localities, but thc
?vere drought bas prevented the formation o tue
later bells, and there is now literally no 'top crop'
an cotton that with more favorable seatous wou d
DOW be full of young Totma and boils Tit state ot
weather thelmas pre veal ed Uli? later growth has
burried the maturity of the earlier cotton and
plan ers have taken advantage of it and of the high
price to get all the cotton they could to market"
The receipt-, have continued steadily to increase,
ind foot up 15,245 balee ginee the 1st of September,
J be receipts at this port .-ince September 9, the
late of our last weekly report, have been 8751 bal??
ipland and 20 balee sea island, or which 6988 balen
ap'.and were received n r Central Railroad, 1467
Dales upland and ll ba A sea island per A. and G.
Railroad, 286 bales uplands from landings on the
savannah River. 9 bales sea islands p%r Florida
iteamera and ll bales uplands by wagou. i he ex
?orts for the same Ume have been 6747 bale* upland,
rf which 4574 bales were ?U pped to New York, GIO
Mles to Philadelphia sud 663 bales to Baltimore.
NASHVILLE, September 15-COTTON -The tran.
MetfOM to-day Included ?ne bois received; three
told al 27i27,S, and the shipmen tn of five,
cor ron sTATf wurr.
Stock on band september 1,1869.None.
Received pre?loudy.32 33
Shipped pre vi on si y. 23 28
Stock on band. 6
FLO ca.-We continue to report e stroug and ac?
tive market, without any change in quotations,
which are as follows: Snper fS 25if6! single extra
IC 2&a6 50; double extra f6 50a6 75; family $7 25aS8;
fancy $8 60a8 75. Shipment? to-day of 320 bbl?.
WHSAT.-The receipts to-day amounted to 6842
bushels, with shipments of 90S bushels amber at
fl 80, delivered in depot
Coxs.-Shipments to-day of 12< 0 bushels at fl 25,
and 300 at 61 22 Vt d elm red in depot. We quote
the buting price from wagons at fl 10 for yellow,
fl 12>2 for '.-lied, and fl 15 for white.
Per steamship Mlnnetouka, from New York-M
Jackson, airs K A Adams and djogbter, Miss Anna
La urey, J Dwitscher, J Yon Loaren, W A Fachman,
If Seabrook, E Small. M R Bowie, Dr Conklin. H Be
Fere, B Spearing, W A Johnson, C Wilson. W Pan
doll. J N Conn, J W Lowder, R T Bennett, and 8 on
Per steamship Champion, for New York-L W
Ives, P Duane, J at-iUer, J savMeneiag. Mrs C C
Dunn.-Miss McCarthy, Mrs L J Read, T G Budd,
Miss Marshall, Miss A J Colson, Master Bryan, Mrs
Pritchard, A Uutchtnton and three children, J shaw,
two Mlaaes Terry, Bev A W Marshall, and 15 in
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka. via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah-Mrs Michell, Mrs
Steele E W Davis Mr? Johnston, Mrs Lord. T Cbes
nut, Mr Bain??. C B Halie. Mr Voigt, J B Oawkina,
lady and servant, Mrs H Bevis, Mrs Rudolph, Mrs
Welch. E Chadwick, Mrs G r. Hazelhurst, wife, child
and servant, two Misses TogsrU, J K Taurus. Mrs W
Pal?ate. Mm Chevaux. E W Scab, ook, F Gadsden, Jr,
B M t badder. T Gorham, B H Clowes, Mr Cbisolm,
and 17 on deck.
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto. Ac-Rev
D J Quigley, Judge F J Moses. Rev U B Northrop.
Mrs C H Knickerbocker, and 3 on deck.
Port ot Charleston. Sept'r ZO.
FHA CS OF TUE MOON.
New Moon, 6tt, 12 hours, 46 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 12th, 4 lionrs. 3 minutes, evening.
Full Moon. 20th. 8 boars. 21 minutes, evening.
La?t Quarter. 28ib. 4 hours, 2 minuto?, evening.
~ SCS I JIOON
BI?ES. I ?FIS. BETS.
20 MoO'IiV.... 5..48,
21 (Tuesday.... ' 5..49
22 Wedn?sdav.' 0..50
^'Thursday... 5.. 51 :
24 Friday.! 5..62 :
25?t?aturd.3y...: 5..52 ?
3C Sunday. 5..53 i
Steamer Mctator. McNclty, Palatka, V?A Jackson?
ville, Fernandina and Savannah, ll bales s Island
Cotton, and Mdse. To J I) Aiken k Co, Kirkpatrick
k With}. G H lngraham k Son, J B ? Sloan, Wis: k
Co, W B Williams k Son, W M Lawton, Mrs H E
Potterer, and others.
Steamer St He'ena, Elliott, Eoi?to, Ac. 25 bales
3 I Cotton, and Mdse: To J H Murray." G H Hop
xKk, Fraser k Dill, Boper k Stoney, and Raven el k
Boat ir. m James Island. 2 bags Sea leland Cot?
on. To W A Boyle.
Steamship Minne tonia, Carpenter, New ?york
left leth inst. Mdz-. ^CoRav^Eelsi Co, Adam?, Da?
mon k Go. J D Aiken k Co, J W'Axson, J E Adger
& co. E Bates A Co. C Bart k Co, f C Borner. Brown
.t / ?*J? ' Booth. H Bischoff k Co, H Rulwinkls
s Co, A Bischoff, Bollmann Bro-, W M Bird k Co. F
? Borner. Brewster A Co. R A A P Caldwell. W S
Corwin A>?o, Olawus A Witte, Chap?n k Co, Crane,
n ? ?DTT S?* ^neron, Earkl?y k Co. P Darcev, H
L?&?I.D?iUtPADa!^.Ne^. Douglas A Mmer. J A
B^w4ftfcgP?? & Moise, Forsyth. McCcmb A
Co. Furcbgott Bro? B Feldmabn I L Falk A Co, 7 ?j
gBr*5?| J L Gunhoase, J H Graver A Co, PL
SuBlermn; A G Goodwin, C Grav. ley, I Hvman k Co
Huger A Havenel. N A Hunt, J H Hillen.Hart k Co
r M Horsey k Bro, Holmes k Calder, John-Uu'
CrwB & Co, A W Jaeger, Jennings, Thomlinson & Co
O Kerrison, Kinsman k Howell, H Klatte k Co, Mow?
ry k Co, A Lai. ger, O Memminger, Menke * Moller,
L Mann, M Mernauch, Marshall k McMillan, J H
Murrav, Marthall & Borge. Muller Nimitz k Co, T
McCarthy, M Marks, J G Milner A; co, McLoy k
Bice, Meiohers k Muller, N ? Railroad Agent, J F
O'Neill lt Son, D O'Neill k 8'n, Pelaer, Bodgers k
Co, J Parker, E Perry, steamer Pilot Boy, J A Quack
enbuih, Bavenel 4- co, Ravenel k Buger, L Schnell
k Co, C C Richter, 8toll, Webb k Co, C W Stiles, E
Scott, G W Strauss k Co, H Stenden 8 Thompson, F
von Santen, Mrs M A Tannlunson, J M William?, W
G W?ilden k Co, Wagoner k M nsres, Walker, Evans
A- Cogswell, Mrs Winet-erg, S H Wilson, W L Webb,
J Wlrth ft Co, W J Tates, and M J Zernow,
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York-Ravenel &
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-James
Adger lt Co.
Sehr Ma Richardson, BedelL New York via George?
town, S C-W Roaoh * Co.
Sehr Trade Wind. Hoffman. New York via George?
town, S C-W Bosch ft Co.
Steamship Saragossa, Ryder, New York.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia,
From this Port.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, New York, Sept
Up for this Port.
Brig Adelaide. Wilson, at Boston, Sept 16.
Sch/ Grace Girdler,-, at Boston. Sept 16.
tjp Cleared ?tor this Port.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore, Sept 17.
Lil ST UP VESSKLS
DP. CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 1 Ula POhT
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, sailed.?ept 1
British bark Dalkeith, Langwill, sailed....August 19
The Bomborsund, Nielson, up.August IS
Bark B B Walker. Pettenglll, cleared. Sept 7
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, up.Sept 16
Sehr Grace Girdler,-, up.8ept 16
Sehr Anna E Glover, Terr?, cleared.Sept 8
Sehr Joseph Long,-, up.Sept 6
Sehr Zeta-Pei,-, up.8ept 6
Brig Monica, Mc Cobb, saded.Sept 3
Brig J B Kirby, Barnard, cleared.Sept lt
Brig A Bradshaw, Cease, cleared.Sept ll
Sehr Jessie L Leach. Childs, cleared.Sept ll
Sehr Ellen M Baxter. Bosers, cleared.bept 13
Sehr Isabella, Burton, cleared.Sept 13
Sehr Conservative.-, up*..Sept 14
Sehr Jonathan May, Neal, cleared.Sept 14
Jteamahip Sea Gull, Dutton, cleared.Sept :
Scbr Francisco, Crowther, up.Sept
Sehr J H Stickney, Fooks, cleared.Sept
Consignees per Mouin Carolina Itailroad
752 bales Cctton, 58 bales Domestics, 25 packages
Bacon. 1/4 bbls Naval Hores. 3 cars Wood. To Ball
road Agent, Graeser ft Smith, Thurston ft Holmes
J D Aiken ft Co. We rae.- ft Ducker, G H Walter ft Co,
A J Salinas, G A lrerbolm ft Son, Pelzer. Rodger?
Co, Dowling ft Co, W K Byan, Reeder ft Davis, clag
horn, Herrtafrft Co, Mowry ft Co, Stenhouse ft Co,
Watson k Hill, Caldwell k Son, W W Smith. Frost i
Adger, Kintman ft nowell, and Goldsmith ft Son.
Consignees per Northeastern Itailroad
134 ba'es Cotton, 250 bbls Naval Stores, cars Phos
phate, Mock. Mdse, kc To A A Goldsmith ft Co,
V Barden, Kinsman ft Howell, J Marshall, Jr, Pel?
zer, Rodgeis k Co, A C KaulmanD, 8 D Money, B
Wineber.'. Rouler ic Davis, Caldwell ft Sona. Willis
& ? hisolm. L Cohen ft Co, Wagner. Bu.'er ft Co. W
K R,au, J enrnpseu ft Co. A b Mulligan, J Peterson,
? W Williams k co, Frost ft Adger, G H Walter ft
Co, A J ?ali?a?. Mowry ft Co, K'rkpaltick ft Witte,
W C Courtney ft Cu. \V t: Bee ft < o, W B Piucell, G
H Uourock. Phx-kuev Bros. Gaillard ft Minott, W
Dowling ft Co. H Finley. M P Martin, L Welling, B
F Mmmoc!, J A lt-hinton, Bai road Agent, und
PrtLgs, (?lljcmif?l?1, (Elf.
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either No. 1 or No. 2,15 per bol tic, or two bottles tor
Dr- BICHAU'5 GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe, spee?
dy, pheasant and radical cure l?r all Urinary De
ragements, accompanied with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle.
Dr. RICHAU'S GOLDEN ELIXIR D'AMOCR.a
ladical cure for Nervous or General Debility, in ol
or joung; imparting enirgv with wondcful effec
Price $51 er bottle, or two bottles for 89.
On receipt ol price thene Remedies will be t-hippe
to anyplace Prompt attention paid to all corre
deute. Nore Genuine wishout th- name of "Dr.
BlfHAU'S GOLDEN REMEDIES, D. ll. RICHARD->
Sole Proprietor," blown lu glass ot bot lo?.
Address D. H. BICHA KD*.
No. 228 Varick-strcei, New York'
Office Hours from 9 A. M. to'J P. M.
Circulars sent. ly Julv 3
E lt G'S ? 3? I VB KS A V RUS S i. A 9
THIS VALUABLE BEMEDY HAS EFFECTED
innumerable corea, and bas gdincd for itself a great
reputation. Thc discoverer of thia Salve bas applied
ltwith eminent succe.-s in thousands of cases dur?
ing Cae Crimean War, and has cured dangerous
wounds, in manv cases considered mortal.
MB. E. BERG is tbe sole possessor of the valuable
secret ol making this Salve; from his experience tn
using it iu Europe aud the succesr attending its ap?
plication there, be has boen induced to introduce it
into the United Mates. IT RELIEVES PAIN)
lbo.:e ?bo have Wound.?. Bruises, Cuts of all
kinds, or Sores, Felons, Scratches. Musquito Bites.
Frost Bitten Joints, Sore Libs, Chilblains. Children's
scorbutic complaints on Head and Favo, are speedily
cured. It has proved or great advantage to ladle?,
and is peculiarly adapted for pathered breasts fore
leg.?, fcc through confinement, and other causes
.I? acts like magic in removing Boils, Pimples,.and
Cutaneous Diseases, and has been successfully
med for Corns. Bunions and Sore Throat, by apply?
ing externally every evening before going to bed.
For sale by all druggists. Price 25c. 60c., sud SI
per Jar. Office, No. 260 Bowery, N. Y. None genuine
unless countersigned E. BERG'S DNIVERSAL RUS?
SIAN BEALING SALVE, No 260 Bowery, New .
York. For eale by JOHN F. HENRY, No 8 College
Pinte, New York. ttuth June 25
WILLIAM B. HEEIOT & CO.,
NO. 54 BROAD-STREET.
CONTINENTAL I XS LH AN CK COMPANY OF NEW YORK. Cash
Capital ?nd Surplus.83,252,030 75
HOME INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW HAVEN. Cash Capital
.. and Surplus. 1,682,974 39
PH CE MX INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD. Cash Capital
and Surplus..'. 1,467,83& 60
WASHINGTON INSURANCE COMPANY OF NKW YORK, Cash
Capital an? Surplus. 751,000 60
TRAVELLERS' INSURANCE COMPANY OF HARTFORD. Cash
Capital and Surplus.. 1,?50,000 OO
Aggregate Capital and As?ete.$7,343,840 74
The Continental Insurance Company have declared a dividend of 50 per cent, upon Partici?
The Washington Insurance Company have declared a dividend of 45 per cent, npon Partici?
Parties holding Participating Policies will please call at our office forth?ir Scrip.
Before the 1st day of October next, we expect to add to oar capital $5,000 OOO of Fire, Marine,
Life and Accident Capital, making an aggrcgato of $12 000,000 represented by us, when we will
be prepared to offer every inducement and facility to our fi ?ends, to our mutual benefit.
Sept 20 tf
J M A JJ S E ? ' S
WHOLESAl E IKS BETAIL
NO. ZIA KING-STREET. CORNER OF SOCIETY.
Always on band a fine and larpe assortment of
for Cigar Manufacturer.?, viz: Confect'rut, Pennsyl?
vania, Ne* Tor? Stite 8-ed, Ac. a; tow price?.
Also.Havaui Leaf trom *1 10 per pound (by the
balej upward?; Oneself work at $1 40 ppr pound.
VIRGINIA LEAF TOBACCO,
especially suitable for plantation USP. at 20 cents per
pound; larger quantities at reduced rates.
at all prices, and
All the celebralfe brands at low rote-.*
from 110 per thousand upwards to $80.
Merchants and consumers are respectfully invited
to call, the un-ierstjnod being resolved to elvo sat
S-ptlO imwlm* J. MADSEN.
S HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
A7TD AIL DISEASES 0? TOT
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TEXT ARE ItrCOMXTEMTED ET TB
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TORE.
Mranfactnred by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CBBDST AND AF0TSXCAS7,
SWEor Sal? by Druggists Every tchert.-?M
Keb ruai y if nawflyr
v*T C. ALDEN St CO.,
No. 3 4 i PINE-STREET,
NEW YORK CITY.
W. C. ALDEN, ) "B_ Vftrlt
WM. ELLIOTT. ) *ew lor"'
J. M. MORGAN, late or Chariest in, P. C.
Negotiate Sales or SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE,
and exchanges of tho same for Merchandise, Ac.
Refer to Messrs. Geo. A. Trenbo'.m A Son, Charles
ton. S. C. _Sept 4
JJOLMES di MACBETH.
No. 30 Broad-street,
Charleston, 8. C.,
BROKERS, AUCTIONEERS, REAL ESTATE
GENERAL COMMISSION AGENTS
Will attfend io Reutin ; ai d Collecting of Rent?
and purchase and sn Y ci Stock?, Bonds, Gold,
8ilver aud Real Estate.
To the Purchase or Good- and Sullies tor parties
In the country upon reasonable te.uia.
GXOROE L. Hoi ME*.AI.EXAM&EB MACBETH.
January 1 yr
J T. Ii V M P H M E V S ,
BROKER, AUCTIONEER AND COMMIS.
SION ME nan AM.
SALES OF REAL ESTAI K, BTOCBS, BONDS, SI
CCRITIE? AND PERSONAL FKOPERTY
No. '4 7 BKOAD-?TRKKT
UHARLBftTON, 8. C.
Hon. KEN*? 1C:>r. *V. J. V1 GRATH. Esq.
General JAM IS CONN KR, T. R. ?AUING. E?<j.
^MARLESTON AG lt IC ULTU RAL
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDE!
ELLERBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
3Et?. E. PING REE.
Nc. no Meetlns-strct, Charleston.
March 24 6mo
E CAllK PO Lt
WHEN YOU ARE EXHAUSTED HY OVEhWORK
of brad or hand, and reel the nrtd ot comething in.
vlcoraiing. don't drink whiskey or any intoxica tins
thin?, whether under the name or bitters or other?
wise, f-uch articles give }u?t a- much strength to
your weary bodv ?nd inind as the whin gives to th*
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to N<-rve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESSING REACTION.
Dodd's Norrine and Iimgorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which ls
NOT attended by REACTION. Wliat it pains lor
you it DiatnUlss. Wbrn it rt-freshes body or mind,
it refreshes w; h natural strei'gtb that come? to slay.
Weare not reCotnmendfoR teetotalism in the interest
of any l'actton; buiviong and ex'ended observation
teaches us that he who resort to the bo'tie for resi
or recuperation, will lind, as be keens at lt, that he
is kindling a fire in bin bobes which will consume
like the dames or perdition. Turn from it. Taken
tonic that will refresh .?nd not destroy. DODDY
NERVINE is for saY by all Druggists. Price Onr
Dellar. See Book cf Certificates that acrojapanie?
each bettie. ?OOS June 25
Colton ?ins, (Ctr.
U COTTON PLANTE HS
THE GEORG TA SAW GIN,
(FOR?IEBLY "CLEMONV GIN, Ot COLUMBUS,
G KORI LA.
LABO USA VING ANTI-FRICTION
IRON SCREW CO !TON PRESS,
THE VOST S1MPLF, DURABLE AND EFFEC
T1V? EV ?It INVENTED,
AT REDUCED PRICES.
For information and descriptive hst J cf the ab.?ve,
HUGER ?lt ?AVENEL,
No. 6 8 EAS? BAY, CHARLESTON, 8. C.,
General Agent? for State.
ALSO AGENTS FOB
PORTABLE BICE THRESHERS, RICE FANS,
OBIST MILLS, Ac.
fopt 15 _wfmG
p H I S ? L M'S
COTTO* GINNING MILLS,
WEST END TRADD-STHEE1
WE ABE NOW PREPARED TO RECEIVE AND
Gin re* Island ond Upland Cotton at the old rates ol
toll-C reals per pound 1er Sea Island?, 4 cents pe
pound for Uplands, pinned ry "Gullett Gin."
Sept 3 fmwluio Adger'e Wharf.
^tULLETT'S STEEL BK LS II
THE SUBSCRIBES IS NOW PREPARED TO
fill orders tor these Justly celebrated GINS, ('trun?
cates from reliable planters in this State, who bav
bought and usetf them the past scasoo. is well as
troni the Ea-* tors and Brokers, lully confirm all that
is claime i for them: and the fuct is now well estab?
lish i d that thc increase in tbc price of Cotton ginned
on this Gin will, on every forty bales, fully pay for
the erst of the Gin.
mops nrraan tui.tun OCT gBBPBBi
A valuable Machine, ?avine boin time and labor in
tho ginning of a crop. Can be attached to any Gin
Send for Circulars.
No. 61 EAST BAY, 80UIH OF OLD POSTQFFICE,
Angust? m wt 2mo8 Charleston, H. C.
gOUTH CAROLINA RAI Lil O All? '
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CBABUCSTOK. 8. C., Sept 15,1869. f
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY. hEPTEMBEB 16,
the P LMUrOEB TBAJNS of the South Caroltra
Railroad will mn as follows :
Leave Charleston.830 6. Y>
arrive at Augusts.......4.45 P. M.
Connecting with trains for Montgomery, Memphis
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery an'
Leave Charleston.WO A. M
Arrive at Columbia.4 49 P. M
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester 9?il
road, ann Camden train.
Leave Augusts.8 on A. M
Arrive at Charleston.4 Oil P. 51
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. V.
Arrive at Charleston.4 Ot P. t \
AUGUSTA MOOT EXPRESS
Leave Obarlenton.7.30 P. M
Amve at Augusta.6 lu A. M
Connecting wltb train? tor Memphis, S ash vip?
and New Orleans, v^* Orani Junction.
Leave Augusta.4.lu c. At
Arrive at Charleston.4 CO i. V
COLUMBIA NTGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.0.05 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia.4.4C A. y
Connecting fsunday.i eTe^oiedi with OrppD?ill<> o? d
Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays with Lhirlot'c and South Catolina Rall
Leave Columbia.5.6u P. At
Arrive at Charleston.5 SO A. .V
Leave Charleston.4 05 p. ?
Arrive at Summerville. 6.3JP. V
Leave Summerville.7.iu A. M
Arrive at Charleston.8 25 A. M
Camden and Columbi* Pas-sAiecr Trails on Mos
OATS, WEDITESOAYS and SAT?BDATB. and between
Camden and Ringville daily, (Sundays excepted,)
connects witt up and down Day Passengers at King
Leave Camden.C.35 A. flt
Arri-eat Columbia.ILMA. Vt
Leave Columbia.1 45 P. Y.
Arri?* at Camden.6 0? P. V.
(Signed. H. T. PEAKE,
Sept 16 Geneml Snrerir-tft'iilont.
EW ROUTE NORTH
THE ST. LOUIS
IRON HO UN TA IN AND SOUTHERN RAILWAY
Is now open tor business from
COLUMBUS, KY., Tn ST. LOUIS.
Making the quickest, safest and only all rail route
to St. Lome.
Passengers taking this route avoid one change ol
cars and a tedious rivr transfer of twenty mile?,
and arrive in St. Louis FOUR AND A HALE HOURS
in advance ol any other Road.
?5* Trains leave Columbus upon the arrival ol
trains on thc Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. R ALLEN.
sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
CHEV R EUX,
SCULPTOR AND ARCHITECT.
MARBLE WORKS, ,
Corner Meeting-Street and Horlbcck'ti
CHARLESTON, S. C.
Plans made to order and work executed promptly.
July thm6mos J
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SHIPMENT ito ForeigD ?ni Doae-tlc Por**-' o.'
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL bTOhSfi
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. O.
\. WiLIIS. .?. B- CElSt'Lll
A C. KAUFMAN,
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Sn. 25 BROAD-STREET,
CHARLESTON, 6 C.
PROMPT ATTENTION GIVEN TO THE PUR
nH AS" and sale cf Real Estate, Stocks, BoDds. Bank
bills, Ac, Ac. wn?v2mo os Sept 16
IMPORTANT TO PLANTERS,
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN IRON TIES,
FOR BA Ll NO COTI ON,
THE ARROW TIE.
THE INCREA8LNG DEMAND FOB THIS POPU?
LAR FASTENING FOR BALING COTTON
bas induced the proprietor to provide a largely in?
creased Stock for tbo present season, sod we are
now prepaied to fill orders in any quantity.
The ..ARROW TIE" i? put up in bundles of 34
Bands and Ties, each ol ten feet in length, each
bundle weighing 50 pounds.
HOMERT .MUHE ?Si CO..
Agouti toi South Carolina,
Boyce's Wharf, Charleston.
JflSir alla nco ns.
'S ASTRAL OIL ,
3 CHANGE OT LAMPS
> Mixture, No Cfi?feaicals-W31 not Explode
degrees higher maa. is
Boat 3050. rid ijbi^t-wutja.
Send far circulars, T?oi|tr?timojn???aKc
BSOSZZ, FEZ GUT,
Tkal rtmurt .VO C.tenir..-,
?mi tm MTx.1T
WHICH vu ?io mticaa.
Tbs Crigfcii sod aly
??liiblo F?ztoe sids.
Itsjtp be applied to
any stair Rod, cither
I Round or Flat, and.
prevents Hs slipping
[from its place. .
Ask for the
Tatest Srtp Finar?,
.OLD 1Y ?LL
AND BUY NO OTHER..
aaa ~'2 mo
STAIR FIJALES, *
For Hotels, Restaurants and Public Buildings,
W.T. 4 J? MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., HX
August 13 2U.06
Alum & Dry Plaster
S AF ES
Are most desirable for quality,
finish and price. /
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled $
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
COMBINATION LOCKS i
Please send fur a catalogue to
MARVIN <& CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturen)
205 Broadway, New Fork.
Pr.ncipal j m r^eoinut St., Phil?,
Warehouses ?108Bank St., Cleveland,?
And for sale by our agents in tb*
principal cities throughout the
FOR SALE BY *
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. Q03 EAST BAY,
lill ?< I, ft* I'S?*.
Spool <?. Uno
af T?sley, Seatka?l. ,
August i Wf?3 no?