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THE DAILY NEWS
?WP carved our names npon a tree
Mr irt?n? and I. ?hen we were young
With euMtt jeeU of deeds to be,
Of loves unloved asd bongs unsung.
Iba tree waa felled, the names wens rent,
Tbe bnay workmen plied the steel:
In shapely craft Ute parts were Went,
Each name upen a ??parais keel;
Tb ty ' ailed with topsails all ataunt :
The statelier one-the seamen's boast,
The captain's pride, the builder's vaunt
Liss splintered on an iron coast.
Tbe other, battered to a hulk,
. Yawed slowly in from angry seas,
tor evermore the storm to* kulk.
And lie togiorlouaat eas?.
One fell where fall a thousand brave
One lives. If thia be hf?, alone:
Tour sterner utnff makes earlier ?raye :
One broke-the other crumbled on.
Thc marleston Money market.
TnuasDAT, ceptember 2S, 1869.
The stringency In the money market continues, and
securities of every description are much dapretsed in
consequence. Few transactions were effected during
the week, and quotationa are consequently merely
nominal. We bav? added to the list the Seven Per
Cent, bouda (State guarantee) of the Savannah and
Charleston Railroad, which ar? now on the market
and bela at 68c. Money ia scarce at lk percent.
*peg> month, and loans are only effected for short time
'and on good. Mcurity. It i? believed that the de
* pression in securities w?l) soon disappear under the
influx of money, canssd by the increasing trade, and
that investments* of thia nature Will be much en
,-haaced in value.
SOCTHtrU* BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.75 @00
Bank of Charleston.8tJ @00
Bank of Chester.12 @t3
Bank of Georgetdwn.M m?
Baak of Hamburg. 7 @00
Bask <rf Newberry. .83 @8J
?Baak of South Carolins.16 @20
?sak of 8tar* of S Carolina, prior to 1861.40 @00
"Bank of Stat?, f 8. Carolina, after Ut Jan..
Commercialr_nk. Columbia..9..3 ($00
Xxchange Bank, Columbia.18 @00
?armers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston. 1 @0C
'Merchant's Bank,Cheraw.13 @13
Peale's Baak, Charleston..92 @00
Planter'a Bani of Fairfield.6 fe 7
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Charl es ton.91 @00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
. (new).76 mw
State Bank. Charleston. 8 @00
Union Bank, Charleston.98 @ 99
-City of Charleston Change Bills.97 (298
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.97 @S8
Bonna, STOCKS ASD cocHWf.
tnty of Columbia Bonds..68 <&00
Oliy of ColumbU Coupons.70 ?, 00
Bou tb Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
(whole shares)....-.10 @00
ith Garoona Railroad (half abares).19 @00
C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bon as... 70 @00
, C. H. R. Seven Per Cent. B'ds....80 <$C0
C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.96 @00
City of Charleston Six Per Ct. Stock (ex
October interest).....56 (300
Qty of Charleston Fire Lean Bonds.76 @00
State of South Carolina Bord? ?old).70 #00
State of South' Carolina Bonda (new issue.
of January 1, 1867).67 $00
. State of Sooth Carolina bonda tissued tor - 1
Bank of the State bills).65 (SCO
BUte of South Carolina Stock.6S ?00
?te of South Carolin?Coupons(fundable)65 f<*70
People's National Bank stock.115 soo
First National Bank Stock.115 ?00
Union Bank Slock.:..'.$7>?@00
SI reen ville and Columbia Railroad State
; guaranteed bonds.62 (?00
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
j Bonds.;_70 OOO
MoTtheaatern R. B. 1st Mortgage Bonds.80 (SCO
Northeastern R.B. 1st Coupons (past due).05 1 ?vo
Northeastern Railroad Stock ,capital).?8 ?*00
jftarflsaastern Railroad Stock (preferred).. SJU @00
. Northeastern E.R. Certificates of Indebted
- ness..85 ?00
Cheraw and Darlingtoa 1st mort bonds. .SO (a-00
?.:?Burlestr-np??Ccmpan; 3tock.22 ?00
Ohar^r8ton>City, Railway Stock.64 ?C0
CSaileston "Mining and Manufacturing
Company'g Phosphate Wt>xk?...TY.'...00 @C0
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
-, ?fttatsguarantee).69 ?j00
Savannah, and Charleston R.B. Stock.24 $&0O
Savannah and Charleston Railrqad (State
? -guarantee) Seven Per Cent, bonds...".63 @00
City pf t?vvt*'i-t> aha**-aa. ?un
City of Savannah Coupona (due previous
to lit June, 1866).97 #00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1866}.97 @00
City of Memphis Bonds. Pr doned by M.
4 C Railroad.60 (300
svayM- and Charleston Railroad 8bxk.Sll^@00
"Memphis and Charleston Railroad Beads.82 ?00
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Courons. .93 @00
THE CHARLE S TOS MARK?T.
TOB THX WXXa SKDIKQ XSTOBSDA*. SX PT, 23, 1869.
TR* CBCPS ?XO RXCXIPTS.- I he weather for the
patt week baa been dry and warm, and ia ?ll respects
unexceptionally good mr securing tte produce of j
the fleWa. Iba reports of <he.yield have been un
Avorable from limited sections, bot the information
htm the larger portion of the South still give reason
to expect a favorable result from the year's labor,
lbs plant baa continued to open rapidly and the .
country tributary to the South Atlantic are sending
forward U19 new growth wi h unusual rapidity.
Th? caterpillar baa taken a fresh t tart in a portion
of the Ala islJ crop, and in such cases the entire
loee of the top fruit ia expected. Rice pl?ntete
have over, taking advantage of the propitious
weather to secare their crops, and their labors have
been mos tly devoted to this purpose. The receipts
of th? nea growth sf this grain has so fa rabeen un?
important. The following table shows the rec-ipts
at the priaftple cotton ports up to the latest tele?
graphic dites, and con tras ted. with the previous year.
lt w?l be noticed that the most striking increase, as
compared with last year, bas taken place at Charles?
Beoatpta at Nsw Orleans to Sep?
tember 22..17.910 27.110
Bsoatpta at Mobile to September 22 . 8,005 9,877
Ssoatpts at Texas to September 17.. 2,553 2,576
Bensrpta at Savannah to September
B?Parpta at Charleston to Septem?
ber 23,.12.820 2.380
Tam Corrow MAKXXT.-The operations of pur?
chasers to produce a dechning market for thia article
have been marked by success for much of the period
ander review, and whim the fall has not been so de?
cided as during fae previous week, the general
course of price? have been downward, and the Eng
Uah market, which opened st 13d for middling'up?
lands, declined to 22X@l2Kd; at New York, which
! at WJf. Weded to 28J?c; and at this pout,
nflc, which commenced at 27 eta? advanced t?
i#27X. and falloir to Ofic. ?2 R?. Th? movements
? staple for the week at Liverpool and New York
haabsen ia follows: On Friday, Sept. 17, tho former
was steady, uplands 13d ; sal?? 6000 balee; the latter
was firmer, Osing qtfet; salea 3700 balee at 30?o.
On Saturday the former waa fiat and irregular, up?
lands 13J<@13d; salea 6000 bales; the latter waa a
ahAde lower at 30\c; sales 1100 balee. On Monday
the former was heavy at 12Si@12J<d; sates 5O00
hales; the latter waa decidedly lower; sales 2500 bales
L at 29>ic On Tuesday the former was dull and
heavy, uplands 12X012X6; sale? 5010 bale?; the lit?
ter waa was folly Xe lower at V8J?c; sales 2300 bales.
On Wednesday the forsoir was irregular, uplands
12)i012tfd, sales 8000 biles; the latter opened
heavy and declining, but closed firm at 28Xc 7es
terdsy the farmer was quiet at 12X@12d>?; sales
7800 bales; the latter was qn et at 28*?c.
The ?took of the article in sight at thc litest dites
was as follows :
.. 18CT. 1868.
Btockin Liverpool. 460,000 452 350
Afloat from India. 319,000 488,000
Afloat from America. 6,000 ZOCO
Btes? to London. 24,!60 51,032
f.TtVOrT,Lon^0n-"-^. 12?.0OO 154.OC0
Stock ta Havre.,..,. 34,33,0 33,106
Afloat for Havre. vi9,l07 99.031
Arrest tor Bremen. L800 7 118
Stock in United States porta. 27,422 45*473
Stock ta the interior towna. 8192 2 751
' ' Toi"?V.1.124,793 1,345,512
Deficiency in visible supply 220.719
Stock of cotton held by Manchester spinner? at
(be mills, now 30.000 bal?*, same time 18B8, lOi w<>
bales; middling Uplands now 13J?@12Xd. toen iou.
The arrivals at this port for the week have been
il Jtwga of asa islands and D?ridas and 7299
b.ha of Uplands, against98 bags* of sea islands
and Floridas and 3834 bales of upland the week be
forehand 29 bags ot* sei islands and Floridas and
188? bato? of uplands for the same week last year.
These sappa?s have come from tbe following
sources : Say of uplands, per South Caxot'na BaUroad,
61 6 bales; per Northeastern Railroad 877; Sante?
63; wagons85; steam 4. Of ?WA island: From Beau?
fort. S. C., 3 j Christ Church i ; EdiaU?25; North eas t
xrn lailroad l; Japes island 5; Florida IL
The transactions and prices prevailing in this
ket for the week have been aa follows :
On Friday, September 17, the demand was ri
sch re at steady prices. Sales 600 bales; ordinal
good ordinary being quoted at 24?25* ; low
d?ng 36?; middling 27c f? ft.
Cm Saturday the markst was firmer, and s tit
in some tran-aoflons about fcc ft tb. Salee
hales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted
@26V?; low middling 26?@27; middling 37*$
and strict middling 2P@28?c ft
On Monday prices were easier but somewha
settled. Sales 260 bales; o/diniry to good ordi
being quoted at 34@26; low middling ?5? ; midi
On Tuesday the rates weie lower and prioei
elined about Kc fi ?. Pales 260 bales, ordinal
good ordinary bern g quoted at 34@25?, low
diing 35??26. and middling 36?c f? ?.
OB Wednesd*y the market was activw, bot rx
were ?<f?c lower. Sales 700 bales; ordinal
good ordinary being quoted at 3S?34?, low'1
diing 25?26?, middling 20: ? ?.
Yesterday the market waa active witbagoot
mand, anda partial improvement of a?@?cfUb
place, the article closing firm. Sales near 700 b
Tia: 13 at 23. 0 at 23*. 16 at 2Sfc, 19 at 24, 20 at:
38 at 25. 45 at 26?, 44 at 36?. 20 at 26?, 290 a
4 at 26?, 70 at 26)6, 70 on private terms. We qi
Ordinary to good ordinary.23?(<a26
Strict middling. ...tl.26??
SXA 'ELAND COTTON.-The receipts of this q
ty of the fibre are increasing and have been 70 I
of sea islands and ll bags of Floridas for the w
After a period of inactivity a few transactions,
about 18 bags of sea islands, have been sold at
90c fi ?, these figures indicating a decline cf al
16@20c fl ft on common and 25030c *P ft on
floor qualities; quotations continue quite nomi
Ihe caterpillar having increased its ravages dui
the week, tte-top ?op of this plant in many lo
ties will be entirely lost, thereby lessening the y
in euch cases about a third to a fourth.
? ion.-Planters having been busily engag?e
securing their crops, for which the weather
been propitious, bas rather interfered with the
oeipt of supplies of new rice and the arrivals t
been unimportant. The market bas m consequ?
been bare of stock throughout the week, and
transactions of note have taken place. Quotations
NAVAL Broms.-The arrivals have been moder
and were about 1000 bbls. of all kinds for the w<
There has been a steady inquiry, with rather nc
firmness in spirits, and the arrivals have been fn
taken. We note sales of low pale rot-in at ft 6<
bbL ! extra Mo. 1 do. at 63 25?3 60; No. 1 do at $
@3; low No. 1 at 62 25@ 2 60; dull and opaque at
No. 2 at 61 75? l 66. and No. 3 at 61 70 fl ?. Spi
have been sold at 38}?c.$ gallon for ordinary, anc
cte. fl Kallon for good packages. Crude tarpent
may be quoted at 63 SO f> bbl. for virgin; 52 60
yellow dip, and 61 60 for hard.
HAT -The receipts have b^ea restricted to ab
330 bales of North River qualides ; sales of this qn
ty from the wharf took plac-) at 95a@61 fl cwt,
COB?-The supnhes of this grain were light, a
were limited to the arrival of about 6?00 ou-h
from Baltimore ard 1200 bushels from New Toi
The demand is very sma'l, and, with the prevalen
of pr?sent figures, purchasers confino their wants
the most restrictivo inquiry. Io a retail way wh
Maryland ia telling at 61 67@1 58 fl bushel, weigl
sacks included. A lot of 1200 bushels Weste
white sold /rom the wh*rf at 61 CO $ bush
weight, sacks included.
FLOUB-Is in moderate request at rates wbi
show no important change. Northern and Weste
soper m?y te quoted at 67 25@7 50 "j? bbl ; extra
67 75?S8; family 68 50'<f69 f? bbl. and extra tami
it 69 50?$?0. Southern brands arc in modera
supply and msy be quoted at 67 50 "p bbl. for supe
tS 60 fl bb), for ex ra, and 6939 50 *B bbl. tor fami
BACON.-The stock of this article is light, with
United demand. Prices have become rather dm
ind wc qu^te prime shoulders at I7??18c; dei
ib aides at 21?@22c fl ft; prime pinpa at 21
tad dry salted shoulders at 16c fl ft.
WHEAT.-We quote prime white, at 61 70?l 7
P bushel, and prime red at 61 10?91 60.
BOTTEB.-There ie a fair slock of prime Oosben
We quote good to prime at 30?40 cte. *p ft. Wes
Lin auu umer tower rjraaes sen irom 20<3J3U cu. \
lb, is in quality.
SALT.-Lage Io's are held at $2 26 f) sack. S tor
lots are held at 62 30@62 40 fl sack.
INDIA B AGOING -The market is well rupp led wit]
this articlc.and we quote 25? 26c Si yard as to quality
>rms and size of lot. Dundee biggiar, 44 inchei
1? tts. for the yard, is held at 30?Sic. Sea islam
Bagging, 461nebejwlde, 2 tbs for the yard, .sb? li
Ron.-The demand for rope is moderate, anc
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. Wi
TUOte hemp at - cents fl ft. ; gre en leaf st 10 cents
ind jute at 8??9 cents .> pound.
I BON BANDS AND TOES for cotton, of the most ap.
proved patterns, are offered on the market, at 6? t
f?o V?, and salas have taken place at these figur?e
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The market for thia arti
?le is duli. We quote timber for milling purpose!
rom 95?9. Shipping timber 610? 16; 4-4? 5-4 floor
lng at 614??5 fl M. Bright lumber, good mer
ihantable, from city milis, cut to size, from 630
934 fl M by the cargo.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Bteam, nominal ; by
sail a small bark bia taken a full cargo at 916d
on uplands lhere is some inquiry tor room,
and there are LO vessels on the berth, but several
ire due. To Havre, nominal. Coastwise-To New
York by steam lc on uplands, andl'?c. on sta
islands, 61 60 9 tierce on rice; by sad, 51 60 9 hale
on cotton; 91 f* Perce on rice; 40c 9 bbl. on
rosin; 68 fi M. ou lumber ; 69? 10 fl M. on
timber. To Boston, by sail, ?@9-16c fl ft. on
upland ootloa. To Providence, 98 ft M. on beards,
Kc fl Ik on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un
tattJed and nominal; by sail, 66?7 fl M. on boards;
69 on limber; 63 per ton on clay; and 63 50?4
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by eteam, Ka
fie ? ft. By sail, 66?7 ? M. cu board!
-93 60?4 V ton on phosphate rock. Vessels
ire m demand by our merchants to toke lumber
IreigbH from Georgetown, 8. C., Darien and Saril?
la River, Geo . and Jacassoville, Fht., to North
em torts, and $11? 12 ? M. are rate? on lamber
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
waa unsettled and nominal in consequence of the
fluctuations in gild.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York at ? discount ; 6 days
J? discount; 10 days 1 per cent, discount; 15 days
1? off; 20 days 1?: SO days 2 efl*. They are selim-'
sight checks at par.
GOLD.-The rate waa nominal in conseqaencc of
the unsettled state ol the maiket.
Mar neta by Tel eg ru. pm.
LONDON, September 23-Noon- Consols 92V
PAUS, September 23-Bourse dull. Rentes 701
BATHE, September 23.-'"ottonopen'-J under a d??
cimo; on the spot If 46:; ?ifl.iot If 42.-.
LIVEBPOOL, September 23-Noon -Colton quiet;
uplands J2?al2?d; Orleans 12?;ul??d; ??le* 7000
bales. Bread?tuflV quiet. Corn 30s. Tork 112s.
Tallow 47s 3d.
Evening.-Cotton- uplands 12?d; Orleans 12?d;
sales 8000 bales, of which 30JJ0 were lor spocu'ation
NEW TOBE, September 23-Noon.-Stocks veiy
feverish. Money very clo3e at 7. Sterling-long 7.
short 7?. Gold 43%- Small notes cominan! a pre?
mium of 2 to 2? rercent Cotton quiet at 28? cts.
Turpentine quiet at 42?a43o. Rosin dull; common
62 35; strained 62 3"a2 35.
Evening.-Cotton firmer but quiet; sales 1400ba?es
at 29c. Flour strongly favors boyen ; common to
fairex*ra 66 45a6 80; good to chelee Southern 66 85
alOSO. Wheat opened witb holders asking higher,
but closed at about yesterd-y's prices; winter red
Western 61 SOal 65 and Illinois 51 47?al 61. Corn
eic fed dull and unchanged; mixed Western $1 10a
114. Pork quiet and a shade easier at 6Sl?a3] ?..
Lard a shade firmer at 19al9 K cts. Whiskey firm at
$126sl27?. Bice unchanged. Sugar dull. Coffee
fairly active. Molasses unchanged. Turpentine
43?a43c Rosin 53 30a8. Freights io Liverpool low?
er; on cotton by steam V,. Governments closed firm;
63*8 23?; Southerns dull; Tennessee's 61?. new
64?; Georgia's 63; Vlrglnia'B 64?, new 68; North
Carolina's 60?, new 46?; Louisiana's 70, levees 64?
Money very Btrmgent all day at 7 per cent, wi h ?a
?o commiseien.^Sterling exceedingly dull, dedir.
lng suddenly st ?he close to 4?. Gold fluctuated
rronui*4l H, cloelne st 43??43?. Stocks weak and
declining, closiog unsett and excited.
BALTIMORE, September 23.-Cotton dall at 28 cts.
Flour dnll. Wheat firmer; prime to choice 8145a
167. Corn dull; white 81 25al 30. Oats 60a62 tts,
Pork *33a33?. Bacon active and advancing at 16?.
Whiskey 8117al 18.
CWOKWATI. September 23.-Whifkey excited and
held at $115. Pork dnll and unchanged. Lard neg?
lected; offered at 17?. Bacon firm; shoulders 16;
LoxrxsvxLLB, September 23 -Provisions firm; mess
pork 833a33 60. Shoulders 16>i; aides 19?c Whi?
tey $112al 13.
WmcrsjiTON, September 23.-Spirits turpentine
at 40a40? cents. Rosin dui!; No 2 $2. Crude tur?
pentine steady at $2 60a3. Tar 25c higher at $2 80a
2 85. Cotton steady at 26c for middlings.
ATJOUSIA. September 23-Cotton firmer and more
active; eales 560 bales;receipts620bales; middlings
HoBXtx, September ,23.-Cotton closed e^ey;
salea 200 bales; middling 26c; receipts 812; exports
New OBLIB?B, September 23.-Cotton more ac?
tive and prices irregular; salea 1967 bales; middlings
27?a27? cents; receipts 1294 bales. Gold 89?.
Sterling nominal. New Tors sight exchange par.
Exports for the Week: ending Thursday
BOSTON-Per brig David BDoane-1100 bbl? Rosin.
35 bbls SDints Turpentine, 70 bales Cotton, IC
bales Bars, 20 tons Iron.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-6 bags Sea
Island Cotton. 1S83 balee Upland Cotton, 22 bale?
Domectice, 157 bbls Rosin, 69 package* Sun?
dries, 28 packages Furniture, 50 empty Barrels.
.Per steamship Saragossa-7 bags Sea
Island Cotton, 833 balee Upland Cotton, 35 bales
Domestics, 13 packages Cotton Waste. 9 Pack?
age?,.. Per steamship Champion-1780 balee
Upland Cotton, 31 tierces Rice, 37 bales Yarns
and Domestics. 90 sacks Peanuts, 60 empty Bar?
rels, ll packages Sundries.
PHILADELPHIA-Per steamship Prometheus-409
bales Upland Cotton, 70 bales Yarna and Domes?
tics, 18 balee Was e, 26 bales Raga, 508 bbla Na?
val Stores, 20 tons Railroad Wbeela and Iron,
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-607 bales Up?
land Cotton, 87 bales Raes. 145 casks Clay, 1 bale
Wool, 21 bale? Domestics, 6 bales Bides, and
WILMINGTON. DEL-Per scar Ida Bella-350 tons
WILMINGTON, September 22.-T?BrxNTiN*.
41 bbls received and told at $3 tor virgin. $2 SO for
yellow dip $ 280 lbs.
SHUTS 1?HI>XNT?NI.-Market firm and transac?
tions meagre, owing to the light stock offering.
Bales of 73 bbls at S9?c for country and 40c 9 gal?
lon for New Tork packapes.
ROSTK -Sales of onlv 186 bbls at S2 for extra No.
2,19 for No. 1 and 85 25aS5 50 for extra pale.
TAB.-No receipts or ?ales.
COTTOH.-?ale? of 135 bales at 25. 26??a25?c for
MACON. September 20.-COTTOH-The ralea to?
day amount to 276 bales; receipts 847 bales; shlp
rnfuLg 120 bales. The salea for the week sum up
2845 bales; receipts 3221 bales; shipments 276$ bales.
Our last weekly revit w exhibited a dui market at
the close of the week, with middlings at 28c. Cn
Tut*dav prices declined to 26He tor middlings,
Wednesday 25J?, Thursday and Friday 2$, Batu:day
25 ?c. ic-day the market opeced at 25?a25?c lor
middlicg?, and closed at 25c. The demand wa? good
Slock on band september 1, 18C9. 179
Received ti. i s we k. 3221
Received previously. .3596- 0817
^nipped this week. 276C
Shipped previously. 2099- 4865
Stock on baud.2131
Charleston Wholesale4, Prices.
U ALUINO. V. .vara
Diinart:. .10 ? 45
GunnvOloth. 25 .a, 26
BALE BOEE. * lb- Manilla. - 6* -
Western. 8 (g 12?
Ju e. C ? 8
COTTON, ? lb
Ordinary to Oood Ordinary. 23 tit 25
Low Middling. 25?3 26?
Middling to Strict Middling. 26 @ 26?
Good Middling. - tg - .
Sea Island. CO ? 1.00
00EFEE.y lb-Rio..c.I 20 ? 2d
Laguavra .I SH (4 -
Java.,-. 35 & i0
? '?ts icrzr.no- - ,'
Carolina Fertiliser, "P 2000 lbs... |60.60 ? -
Wando Fertilizer. 60.00 ? -
Double Refined Poudrette. 80.00 ta) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 ? -
Peruvian Guano, fi 2240 lbs. 105.00 ia -
Pacific Guaco, tft ?000 lbs. 65.00 '9 -
Phoenix Guano. 55.00 (?l -
Bligh's Phosphate, V2000lbs...160.00 ta, -
Rhodes' Phosphate. H 2000 lbs... 65.00 ta. -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-165time 67.60 ta) -
OrchiUa Guano-.840 time 35 00 ?a -
Land Plaster. 24.50 @
Mapea'Super Phosphate, V 2000 lb 65.00 ? -
Zell'a Raw Bone Phosphate. 60.00 (a, -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolston'sPhosphate of Lime..-.?65.00 Ca) -
Woolston'B Vegetatir, % 2OCO lbal65.00 (9 -
Croasdale's Gen. Super-Phos, net 60.00 (05 -
Bower?'Complete Manure, net.. 60.00 ? -
Sardy'a Phospho Peruvian, cash. C5.00 (9 -
Sardy's Padflc Guano, cash.?CO.00 (9 -
Patapsco Guano.166.00 ? -
E. Frank Con's Phosphate.?65.00 ? -
FLOUR, V bbl-Super . 7.25 td 7.50
Northern and Western Extra. 7.76 (9 8.00
Baltimore Extra. - ? -
Southern-Super. 7.25 (9 7.60
Extra. 8.00 ? 8.50
Family. 9.00 ?11.00
GR A IS-Maryland Oats, *? bushel, i - tey -
Western Oats, f, bushel.j - (9 -
Corn, y bushel. 1.57 tm 1.58
BA y, ? cwt,-North River.I 85 ? 1.00
Eastern.| 1.26 ? -
L UMBER, V M. feet- 1
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.!60.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.138.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ta 21.00
Boards, 9 M. feet-Rough.Iii.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Toneued_?28.00 ?32.00
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba.I 45 ? 47
Muscovado.I 48 (9 65
Sugar House. 60 (9 1.00
New Orleans.. - ? -
NAVAL STORES, V bbl-Tar_ - ? -
Pitch. - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 4.60 ? -
Rosin, No. 1.1 2.76 ? 3.50
Rosin, No. 2.1 1.75 ? 1.85
Rosin, No. 3. 1.70 ? -
SpirltB Turpentine, "* callci.| 38?9 39
OJ?uni. ? ID.I IC u -
NULS- American. 4?20d, * keg..| 6.5U ? 7.00
FOWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g....I 0.70 @ -
Dupont's, F.F.F. 5.60 ? -
Dupont's. Blasting.j 4.25 ? -
PROVISIONS-* Yt- I -
Bacon, Hams, 9 lb.I - ? -
Bacon, Sides. 21 ? 22
Bacon. Shoulders. 17?? 18
Bacon, Strips. 21? <? -
Li rd, in keg. 22 Ca) 23
Butter.I 20 ut 46
Cheese. 15 (9 30
Potatoes, V bbl. - @ -
Onions. - ft -
Apples. - ? -
RICE- Carolina, t* lb. - (9 -
East India. - ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, V sack.. 2.25 ?2.10
Liverpool, fine. - ta, -
SUGAR, $ lb-Raw*..I - (9 -
Porto Rico.j 13?? H
Muscovado .I I2?? 13
Kxporta or Klee, naval Stores and Lun.
Der from the Hort of Charleston, from
the Ut to the SM September. 1809
I Mott-?70. (I 1808-'6K
EXPCBTED TO 8TOB'8
Pro vi a'ce, R 1
Maj'a & M'rk't
Halifax, N H,
St John's. N ?
1 ivsrpooL. ...
Stocks of Cotton tn the Interior Towns
not Included In the Receipts.
Augusta and Hamburg.Sept 18
Macon, Geo.Sept 18
Columbus, Geo.Sept 18
Montgomery, Ala.Sept 17[
Selma, Ala.bept 17)
Memphis, Tenn.Sept 18
Nashville, Tenn.8ept 17
comparative Exports of Cotton and
Klee from the Portal Charleston, from
the 1st to the 93d September, 1889.
Oin. Br. Pens
Tot'l G. Brt'n,
Oth. FT. Ports,
N. of Europe.
To? N. Eu'pe
S of Europe..
W. Indies, &c.
Total F. Ports.
Tot'l Cae P'ta
a s D
I : : S
g: I ?
cc i - u ?
I CC I . KS'
SI SI : S:
isas f 5 2 ?
i^fre - s Sc
MTB '-tV :
X BB * BB BO CC BB BB * JJ
i A3 S 3 2 .2.2.2
?. w. M - KD fi*. _i?5?t?
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g*S ? ? -J ?3 ?oj^?J _*LP I_ v S tr 55 !
. : I f 9 5 sr
SI 838?u8l 8?82lil
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g u 2.
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bo b. ?H^-Jt ? 0 P .
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1 re ?
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S: SS BB.-: : .* p. : ?01 g | J sr
gi l^lM-SBjalMt ?81 * [lg
: : I : * : :? M s BS
ii hi. ?s? s?i88: gsr i s
NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
022 bales Upland, from Mobile .... bales, from
Savannah 9 bags Sea Island and .... bales Up?
land-and from Charleston 19 bags Sea Island and
6 bales Dplaud, the quantities received at thoi-e
Dorts from Mobile. Florida, Texas and Savannah.
NEW TOBE-Per steamship Minnetonka-12 bags
Sea island Cotton, 1168 bales Upland Cotton, 100
bblB Rosin, 70 bushels Cotton Seed, 60 empty
Barrels, 59 packages Sandries._
Port of Charleston. Sept'r
PHASES OI THE MOON.
S<-w Moon, etc, 12 hours, 16 minutes, morning.
First Quarter. 12th, 4 hours. 3 minutes, oventng.
Fall Muon, 20th, S boura, 21 minutes, evening.
Last Quarter. 28lb. 4 hours, 2 minutes, evening.
Steamship General Sedgwick, Gi'.derdale. Galves?
ton. Texas-8 days. Cotton. TaiConrtenay & Tren
holm. Bound to New Tort and put into this port
fCBoat feon John's Island. 3 bags Sei Island Cot?
ton. To Fraser s Dill . " _ , .
Boat from James Island. 1 bag Sea Island Cotton.
To W A Boyle.
Steamship Minnetonka, Carpenter, New York-Rav
Brig*Dav* Cp' Doane, Veazle, Boston-M Goldsmith
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship James Ad&>r, Lockwood, at New York,
Sont21. " . ,, ...
Steimsbip Georgia,-. at New York, Sept 21.
Sehr ?ohfervative, Kempton, at New York, Sept 20.
Sent Birswood, Derrickson, at New York, Sept ?0.
Ine sehr J H Richards, Irring, which sailed from
this port for Georgetown, 9 0, has returned in con?
sequence of head winds.
LIST OF V KS SK 1.1
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i HIS POA?
The Dake of WeHington, Allen, sailed.Sept 1
British bark Dalkeith, Langwill, sailed.... August 19
ree Homborsund, Nielson, np.AugnetlS
Ship E len Southard,-, up.
Bark B B "Walker. PettengiU, cleared....
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, np.
Sehr Grace Girdler,-, up.
Sehr Zeta-Psi, Thompson, cleared.
8chr Joseph Long, Perry, cleared.
Behr David Talbot, Amsbury, cleared..
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, cid
Steamship Georgia,-, cleared.
Steamship Zodiac,-, np.
Brig Marv Frances, Francis, up.
Brig J B Kirby, Barnard, cleared.
Behr Jessie L Leach, Childs, cleared...
Behr Ellen M Baxter, Rosers, cleared..
rchrIsabella, Burton, cleared.....
Behr Conservative, Kempton, cleared...
Sehr Ridgewood, ? errickson, cleared...
Behr Francisco. Crowther, up.
8chr S E Woodbury,-, up.,
LIST UP SHIPPING
IK the Port of Charleston. September ?83.
VI ESSELS UND EB 100 TONS, ANO STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's whan',
for New Tork, loading-James Adger A Co.
Miniittonka, - on?, carpenter, at Vanderborst's
wharf, for N-JW Tork, ready-Ravenel A Co.
General Sedgwick, C92 tons. Gi derdale, at Central
wharf, tor New York, loading-. ourtenay A
J W Everman, GO? tons, Hinckley, at Atlantic wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-Jno A Theo Getty.
Sea Gull, 616 tons, Dutton, at Union wharves, for
Baltimore, leading-Courtenay A Trenholm.
ROW Dodge, 330 tons, Munroe, in ne Fireim, for
Georgetown. S C, ready-H F ..:ikcr A Co.
Vinco (Br), 438 tons, Halliday, at Accommodation
wharf, tor Liverpool, loading- Henry Card.
Bella Dolores (-pan). 19C tons. Dur ill. at Brown A
Co's wharf, from VIstaDZis, waiting-W P Hall.
Courier (Bri. 209 tons. Evans, at Vaaderhorst's wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging-Ravenel A Co
Lady Perle (BO, 810 tons. Patterson, at Palmetto
wharf, lrom Salt River, Jam, waiting-J A Ens
low A Co.
David B Doane, 181 tons, Veizie, at Marshall's
wha f, for Boston, ready-M Ooidsmith A son.
A Bradshaw, ?45 ions, iu Ashley River, for WtSt In?
dies, loading-J A Ei.slow A co,
Nancy Smith. 441 tons, Hoyd. lu Ashley Rivr, for
N;w York, loading-W Roach A Co.
Dexter Wash burne, 279 tons, Muurn, in Ashley River,
for Rockport, Me, loading-ulnev A Co.
Ida Bella, 279 tons. Fisher, in tha Stream, lor Phila?
delphia, ready-W Roach A Co.
Ida Richardson, 179 tons. Bedell, in the l tram, for
Georgetown, S C. ready-W Roach A Co.
Myrover, 418 tons, Brown, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-W Roach A Co.
Maloaka, 217 tons, Fooks, in A*bley River, for Bal?
timore loading-Street Bi cs A Co.
F V Turner, 90 tons. Graves, at Palmetto wharf, for
Buatan, Hon, discharging-J A Enslow et Co.
Tho? Mitcommlns, 110 tons. Wyatt, at Bennett's
wharf, repairing-J A Enslow k Co.
Trade Wind, 166 tons, Hoffman, in the Strean, tor
Georgetown, S C, ready-W Roach A Co.
Jonathan May, 362 tons. Neal, at C-ntral wharf,
(mm Philadelphia, discharging-H F Uaker A
J H Rtickney, - tons, Fooks, at Gas Co's wbarf,
lrom Bait-more, discharging-Master.
Anna E Glovi-r, 260 tons, Terry, at Central wharf,
from Boston, discharging-M Goldsmith A Son.
-T M Richards. - tons, Irving, in the Stream, for
Georgetown, S C, ready-Master.
. Supt 14
Consignees per gout D Cuiolina um Iron.'J
833 ba'cs Cotton, 45 bale? Domes ics, 520 tacks
Flour. 1139 bushels Corn, 117 casks Clay, ??8 boxes
Tobacco, 8C bbls Naval store?. C cars Lumber. To
Railroad Agent, Mowry A Co, G H Waltor A Co, A J
Salinia, Reeder A Davis, Howling A Co. Pelzer, Rod?
gers A Co. W Roach, Wagner A 8tf wart, Frost A Ad?
ger. Brodie k Co, Graeser k Smith, J R Pringle, G
W Williams k Co, Kinsman k Howell, Courtenay k
Trentolm. Kirkpatrick k Witte, G W Steffens, West
k Jones J M L'aaer, Knobeloch A Small, Stenhouse
A Co, J H Henneker. Enslow * Co. Goldsmith k son.
Wagener k Mou-ces, G Follin, J C Malionee, and E
willigam per nsrutcaiirrn nanroao
126 bales Cotton, Tobacco, Mdse. Ac. To Reeder
k Davis, A J Salinas. Walter 4 Co, F W Emanuel, G
W William? k Co, O Follin. Graeser k Smith, Frost
k Adger, W C Bee k Co, J T Eanapaux. Mowry k
Co, Caldwell A Sons. W K Byan, Kirkpatrick k Witte,
O Litscbgi, and Order
Per steamship Misnetonka. for New York-Mrs
Eliza Haven. M R Bowen, and Dr Conkllng.
gol'TH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, j
CHARLESTON. P. C.. Sept 15. 1869. * t
ON AND AFTER THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER IC,
the p tssii'-'GEB TRAINS of the South Carolira
Railroad will run as lollowa :
Leave Charleston.8.30 A. M
Arrive at Augusta.4.46 P. M
Connecting with trains for Mont ;i>mery, M empty.*
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montsomerv un
Leave Charleston.9.*0 A. M
Arrive at Columbia.4 i) V. tl
connecting with Wilmington and M ac Cl trier lt >1>
road, ti'- Camden train.
Leive Augusta. 8 Oil i. ?
Arrive at Charleston.4 0:i 1. "il
Leave Columbia.7 46 A. Sr,
Arrive at Charleston.4 0 . P. '* *,
AUGUSTA NI-.iBT EXPRESS
Leave Cbarlenton.7.30 P. X.
Arrive at Augusta.? II) A. V
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
ind Hew Orleans, v u Uroni .Junction.
Leave Augusta.t. V
Strive at Charleston.4 CO 4. S
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPRESS.
Leave Charleston.6.05 P. Irl,
Arm- at Columbia.4.45 \. M
Connecting (Sunday* ?>Tr?D"'d. with Greenville $T-(J
Columbia Railroad, and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays with Charlotte and South Carolina Rail?
Leave Columbia.5.5? P. IH
Arrive at Charleston.5 30 M
Leave Charleston.4 05 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. 5 33 P. M.
Leave Summerville.7.10 ?. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.35 A. M
Camden and columbi i Passenger Trails on MON
DATs, WEDNESDAY* and SATURDAYS, and between
Camden and Ringville dally, (Sundays excepted,)
connects wliL up and down Day Passengers at Ring?
Leave Camden.C 35 A. ?
Arri* eat Columbia.11.00 A. H
Leave Columbia.i 45 P.M.
Arrive at Camden.CO" P. af,
(Hignedi ti. T. PEAKE,
Septic General Pnn*TiB?*w???,nt,
KOUT E N O lt T ll !
THE ST. LOUIS
IRON MO UNTAIN A ND SO UTHERN RAILWAY
Is n?w open for business frcm
COLUMBUS, KY., TO ST. LOUIS.
Making tho quickest, safest and emly all rail route
to St. Louis.
Passengers taking tbis route avoid one change ot
cars and a tedious river transfer of twenty miles,
and arrive Inbt. Louis FOUR AND A HALF HOUR3
in advance of any other Road.
tg- Trains leave Columbus upon the arrival ol
trains on the Mobile and Ohio Railroad.
W. R ALLEN,
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent.
WAREHOUSE AND SEED STORE.
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, GARDE:
ELLjEBBE'S TRANSPLANTER FOR SALE.
GEO. E. FINQREE,
No. 110 MeeOng-Btr?"'t. charleston.
March 24 Cmo
LIST OP LETTERS remaining in Use Poetomce at
Charleston, for the week ending SEPTEMBER 23,
1869, and printed officially in THC DAILY NEW*, aa
the newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City ot Charleston.
?-Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should
state that they are "Advertised."
MW Office hours trom 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun?
days, from 5 to 6 P. M.
STANLEY G. TBOTT, Postmaster.
Abraham H. Ure
Anzley, Mrs Vic
Archer, Miss Liz
Axon, Mrs C
Brad, Mrs Ame?
Burne, Mrs A
Carroll, Mrs Ju?
Campbell, Mrs E
Christie, Mrs F
Cull i ton, Mrs M
Davis, Mrs He?
Delicti, Mrs C
Duffy, Mrs A B
Eater, Mn S L
Eil'-, Mrs F.o
Peaker, Mrs SA
Ford. Mrs Flo?
Gaillard, Mrs S
Gibbs, Mrs Har
Green. Mrs M
Gray, Miss Jan.
Grant, Mrs P
Grey, Mrs Kate
Harbers, Mrs C
Hill, Mrs M A
[twin. Miss Sa
El Iza be'h
Jones, Miss Su?
Jones, Mrs Sa?
Jink?, Mrs Hen
Jaesson, Miss M
Ein, MJ?B Anne
Kepler, Mrs H
Malen, Mrs Ann
M ni low,
Miller, Mi's M
Mles, Mi? M A
Mil er, Mrs E M
Micbum, Mrs L
Mood, Mrs Mar
Morph', Mrs R
Parker. Mrs Car?
Palmer, Mr? A A
Peek, Mn TFH
Pinckney. Mrs A
Pottle, Mrs As
Pray lo, Miss
Right, Miss Ki.
Rook, Miss M A
Rose, Miss U
Kondale, M A
Rucbird, Mrs J
Smiley, Mrs Har?
Shea, Miss Isa?
Stewart, Mrs M
Strain, Miss M
Small, Miss Di?
Smith, Miss Liz?
Smith, Mrs Mar?
Smith, Mrs F
Smith, Miss P
Voight, Mn, M J
Walker, Mrs C F
Wallace, Mrs M
Walker, Miss F
Wilson, Mrs F
Wilson, Mrs C L
Wood, Miss M
Zerbst, Mrs An?
Allder.v n. C
Ange', Hugh V
Artson G B
Badger, B F
Bornomann, L H
Bolken, A O
Brandt, Jas L
tediaban, J F
t'hiiolm. W M
Chaplin, Robt D
Clcapor, Jas W
Cook, L M
rosie, Robt R
Craig. A B
Cutter, Capt W
uavii n Ear Ber
Earle, E R
?Iii?. Geo W
Ellenbogen, H O
Evan?, H A
Finley, J B R
Fisher, E G
Gandy, T A
Gale ft Co, R W
Gibbs, J R
Gowan, J For
Goddard. Wm B
Gr. ves. Wm H
Hag. ns, H
Hedderly. Geo J
Hennessey, J T
Herbert, J H
Hughe?, W H
Bunt. Wm L
Jumes, D A
J errores, james
Johnson, F H
Johnson, Ja- E
Kranoo, Isaac _
Klaven, 1 W
Lange, J H
Loohicotte. P R
Moore, P H
S au 1er, Antonia
Neville, Her ry
Nooning, J W
Parker, John U
Perkins, Wm A
Rig^s. I W
biggs, Isaac D
Rittig, Wm H
Sebrook, T W
Simons. J F
Simons, C L
Smith, 11 om
Stcudman, J C
Swinton. W H
Tenner t, J B
Thomas, J A
IidemBnn, J '.in
Weinna rm, Eide
Williams. Jas A
Wilson, H 0
Wilson, Jas T
Afn'ers, John C
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will please place the stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot be mailed, but will be sent to the pead Letter
g? PVBLl?'HED AT ORANOEBURG,
EVERY 8ATGTIDAT MORNING,
BY CHARLES H. HALL & CO.
Terms $'i Per Annum in Advance.
ONL? PAPER PUBLISHED IN THE OODNTT.
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS ENJOYS THE
largos' circulation ot'any pjper publisheJ ia Mi .die
South Carolina. Visits every braise and b>mletin
Orangeburg County, and bas a large circulation in
surrounding countiss. 'J he Town of Orangeburg,
where it is publishtd. is one of the most tbriving
und progressive in Pou'h Carolina. The entire bu
sines portion, destroyed by fire during the rccei.t
war, han sine? been rebuilt in a more hind"omcanJ
substantial insaner, and it ia one of the most impor?
tant inlatd orton and rice narke'* oi the State
C. H. HALL 4 CO.,
Sept 23 12 Proprie'ors.
NAUR HEPATIC BITTERS,
THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA*
AND AIL DISEASES 07 TBE
STOMACH AND LIVER.
TBKT ARE IlLCOMMENDTD BT THE
HEGEMAN & CO.,
AGENTS, NEW TOUE.
Manufactured by C. F. P?NKNIN,
CHEMIST Aim AP0T2XCAB7,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MWFor Sale by Drugging Everywhert.~&
Febmaiy 15 mwflyr
y IL Ll S di CHI SO Litt,
FACTOBti, COMMISSION UEBCRftMS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE ANE
SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Pore) of
COTTON, RICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STORES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston, 8. 0.
ff. WILLT8.4. R. CEISOLM
piPORTAUT TO PLANTEE
FACTORS AND DEALERS IN IRON TIES,
FOR BALING C071 ON,
THE ARROW TIE.
THE INCREASING DEMAND FOB THIS POPU?
LAR FA8TENING FOR BALFNG COT TO IC
ba? induced the i rnprletor to provii") a largely in?
creased Stock for the present seasoo, and we are
DOW prepared to fill orders in any quantity.
1 he -'ARROW TIE" ts put up In bundles of 3fc
Banda and Ties, each of ten feet in length, each,
bundle weipbioe 66 pounds.
HUBERT MU KB di CO..
Agent* for South Carolins,
Boyce's Wharf, Charleston.
Sept 8 _wfml2
fyiti Cftt?f ~~
?HESTSTXCOBD?r m ?sn AT - TM O WAHR?STED
HPBQI?MTC?I?S??5?W- J?* Mx/asa*
??lfl ^Agents iTiXrvrTcr?r ffr JSJ^Xd&S^j
af Eaislsy) BuB?ili
'S ASTRAL OIL
-NO CHANGE OF LAMPS
S-Wm not Explode
degrees' higher tuants
ri equalled I
Send ?x circulars, wiri)
WBSzs, nsz GUT,
Ilot wt"'" -VO Om?in.j,
ITO TUB MTBVT
WHICH IUI ItO ISJHIW.
Th? Origin', tad old*
SAUAUO Tartes made.
It can be applied to
any Stair Rod, either
,Round or Flat, and
prevents its slipping
from its place.
Ask for the
?OLD ST All
, Carpet Dealer?,
'AND BUY NO OTHES.
FTlAfr^ AUS HM
8TATR FT a ATE?,
For Hotels, Restaurants and Public Buildings,
wrT.'&J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., N.Y,
August 13 3m os
Alum & Dry Plaster
Axe most desirable for quality,
finish, and price. ?
Cannot be Sledged!
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilledf
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please ?end for a catalogue to
MARVIN ? CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
T> . . , (265 Broadway, New Torfe.
Principal J m che8tnut St PhUtL
Warehouses j1Q^jjftnk St., ClevelancsaO
And for sale by our agenta in tb*
prinzipal cities throughout inc
United State? 1
FOR SALE BY
WM. M. BIRD & CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY, 1
. Doccnoter 39 * ?yr