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.THE DAILY NKWS.
Thc Richest Prince.
MOM THU GE SM AN OF XERXES.
Once i? Worms' old Kaiser palace,.
Many . Germai jionarch sate.
Of bis rich?i each one vanni bag,
And the glories ol bia state.
"Sich.'' outspoke the lordly Saxon,
?Is that glorious land of mine;
Many a vein among her mons ai ns
Bright with si.ver ore doth shine."
"Ol the Shine is ever plenty.
Cried '.he Count of Palatine:
"In the valleys com fields waving,
On the hills the noble vice."
"Mighty cit'es. wealthy convents,"
Louis aaid, Bi varia' s lord;
.Tbeee are mine; I fear no rival
While my landa can these afford,"
Answered Eberhard the Bearded
Wrrtemberg's loved lord was he
'.oman my ridas, and spy mountains
Void of silver hoards may he :
Yet one priceless gem lies hidden
Beep amid my forests gray ;
On the breast of every Hegeman
Fearless 1 roy head may lay. "
Cried Bavarian then, and Saxon,
And the Palgrave of theBhioe
"Bearded Count 1 that land ispeerlees
Which has jewels such aa thine I"
[Ones a Week.
/inannal ann Coramtrriai.
Tnt Charleston money Market.
THURSDAY, September SO, 1869.
Securities of every description are much depress?
ed, with little or no demand. The stringency in the
mosey market has caused a general stagnation in
business circles, and the quotat-'ons of the past week
have been repeated with a few slight changea. City
Ballway stock bas fallen to 61, ex October div dend.
City stock la quoted at 67. Money IK per cent, per
month on good s? euri ties.
SOUTHESK BAKE BILLS.
Bank ot Camden.76 @(K>
: of Charleston.88 ?00
: of Chester.... ..13 fe 13
t of Georgetown.16 $18
Bank of Hamburg. 7 @00
Bank of Newberry.83 ?83
Baak of South Carolina.16 @20
Bank of State of S Carolina, prior to 1861.40 @00
Bank of Stateof S. Carolina, after let Jan..
Commercial Bank. Columbia. .3 (300
Exchange Bank, Columbia.18 @0C
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston. 1 @0C
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.13 @13 j
Toople'a Baak, Charleston.93 fa O')
Planter's Bani of Fair?eld.Cte"
Planters' and Mechanics' Bink,Charleston. 02 @00
iontkwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
-Southwestern Railroad Bank. Charleston.
(new).75 (Sj oo
.tate Sink, Char lesion.8 WOO
Union Baak, Charleston.98 @99
City of Charleston Change Bills.97 ?98
State S. Carolina Treasury Notes.97 @93
BOND-?, STOCKS AND COUPON?.
City of Columbia Bonds....'.68 (?00
City of Columbi* Coupons.70 @00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock
(whole shares)..40 (?00
Bouih Carolina Railroad (half shares).19 @00
a C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.70 @00
8. C. R. R. Seven Per Cent. B'ds,.80 (900
& O. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness. 95 ?00
City of Charleston Six Per Ot. Stock (ex
October lntereM).67 ?00
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.76 ft 00
?tate of South Carolina Bords (old).70 ?5 00
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue.
Of January 1, 1867).67 ($00
State of South Carolina bonds (issued for
. Bank of the State, bula).65 (SOO
?tate of South CaroUna Stock.65 ?3 GO
?tate of South CarolinaCouponafiuudableiGS te70
People's National Bank Stock.:.Tr. teOO
First National Baak Stock.115 teOO
Onion Bank Stock...-.$7J*@00
Greenville and Columbia Railroad State
L.* ? guaranteed bouda.62 (?>00
Greenville and Columbia 1st Mortgage
Northeastern R. B. 1st Mortgage Bonds.80 (SOO
Northeastern S.S. lat Coupon a (past due).65 "f?OO .
Northeastern Railroad r-tock (capital).$8 Qi 00
Northeastern Rallrord Stock (preferred).. $30 SCO
Northeastern R.R. Certificates of Indebted?
Cheraw ano Darlington 1st mort, bonds. .80 te00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.33 @00
Charleston City Railway Stock (ex div)... 51 ij?C0
Charleston Mining and Manufacturing
Company's Phosphate Warka.00 @C0
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).63 @00
Savannah and Charleston B.R. Stock. 34 teOO
Savannah and Charleston Bsilroad (State
guarantee) Seven Per Cent, honda_63 @00
City of Savannah Bonds.9C @00
Caty Cf Savannah Coupons (Qua previous
' < to 1st/une, 1866)......17 @00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1866).97 @C0
City of Memphis bonds, eadoraad by M.
ft O Railroad.".60 ?300
Memphia and Charleston Railroad Std.?ll.^?OO
Memphis and Charleston Baflroad Bonds.82 ?00
Memphis and Ohartestcn R. B. Cousons. .93 000
Kat ports far the Weest ending Thursday
SEW YORK-Per steamship Jams? Adeer-29 bags
-'Bea Island Island Cotton. 1016 bales Upland Cot?
ton, 93 bbla Rosin. 35 casks Clay, 69 bales Yam.
31 package* t< un dries_Per steamship Geor?
gia-3 bags Sea Island Cotton, 883 bales Upland
Cotton ... .Per steamship Zodiac-593 bale? Up?
land Cotton. 30 tierces Bice, 40 bbla Eo*in, 24
cask Clay, 1 Package_Per steamship Gee eral
Sedgwick-451 bair s Upland Cotton.Per
?a?*m?i?tp Mancatiaa-6 nags Sea Island Cotton,
1433 bales Unland Cotton, 24 bales Domes?
tics, 106 empty Barreis.. 24 packages Sun?
dries ....Per sehr Myiover-103 bales Upland
Cotton, 340 bbla Brain 100 casks Clay, 100 tons
Phosphate, 36 candles Sheet Iron, 6 boxes Sew?
ing Machines, 7 packages Furniture, 17 empty
Ai? B?rrela, 60 boxea .sugar, 36 Ibis Sugar ,
Par sehr haney Smith-181,573 net Lumber,
82.759 feet Timber.
PBTLADELPHIA-Per steamship J WEverman-666
balea Cotton, 436 bbla Bo- in 36 tales Donica
tics, 3 bales Bags, 1 bale Wool 50 baga Cocoanuts,
BALTIMORE-per steamship Sea Gu 1-397 balea
Upland Cotton, 6 balee Bags, 81 bales Dox estica,
1 bale Wool, 83 casks Clay. 13 rolls Leather. 40
case? Shrimps, 21 hhda and 60 hags Cocoanuts,
6C00 feet Boards, and Sundries.Per steam?
ship raison- 336 bales Upland Cotton, 10 tales
Sags, 33 balea lomestic-, 101 bbl? Botin, 5
. .?an Clay.60 baga Cocoanuts, 20.0v0 feet ?oard?,
WASHINGTON, D C- Per sehr Matoaka-80,000 feet
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
BOB THE WEES END IK ? THUBSDAT, SEPT. 30, 1869.
3 HZ CHOP? AND BrcziPT?.-The weather bas con?
tinued rather favorable for securing the crops, and
the produce of the fields is being obtained in good
condition. 1 ho very rapid opening of Colton baa
caused receipts at the porte lo continue liberal, but
at thia place has not equalled the week before, and
the following '.able will show the comparison with
lest year at the principle Cotton ports:
New Orleans, September ?9.36,908 46.623
Mobile, September 29.16,615 13 368
Savannah, Septembe 19.39 465 16 667
Charleston, September 29.19,391 6.819
Texas, September 25.4.C60 4 111
Reports trim many points ?tate that thc n'a;.le
will all be out of the fields in October, and a late
season wM not improve the yield cf the article in
?ooh placee. Some receipts of new lice have taken
p'ace, and rom plain ts aro made that the grcic is
sound to he light, and it ia thought qnite a percent?
age of the crop will be of this character, caused by
the want of rain during the growing reason.
1 HE COTTON M ASSET.-During the first part of
the week under review the position of prirea showed
no important change at the principal markets, the
article at Liverpool opening at 12i4d, improving to
, 12*i@12>?'d.\nd receding to 12>4'd-New York for a
part of Oae week quoting at 2?c-and at thia point
middlings were selling at 26@28l4'c: butUie unu?ual
financial oisturbat ces at Ntw York have had quite a
d"prt:aelnc rflVct in the American markets, ani un?
der irs influence and highly colored reports of the
Indi>n crop, tho markets in the United States have
been flat, New York reoedir.g ti 273?', and at this
point to 35*?, nominal.
The roper s Irom Liverpool and New York have
shown the following features: Cn Friday, Septtm
ber 24, the lormer was quiet and steady, uplands
13,\?d, sales 8300 ba'es; the latter closed heavy at
99 -, sales 1229 bahs. On Saturday the former closed
firmer, uplands 12*?a:2>,d, sa'es 12.C0O ba'es; the
latter was basvy at 29c, tales.700 bales. On Mon?
day the former wa? firm, uplands 12^al3?ii, sales
12.fXO bales; the latter was unchanged at 39c, sales
1600 bales. On Tuesday the -former was firm, up
landa l2^al2Jid, sales 10 000 bales; the latter waa
heavy sad lower, eales 2500 bales at 2??,'c. On
Wclncsday the former waa easter, uploads 12A?d,
aale? 8K0 balee; the bvter.was lower, aalet 18C0
balea et 28a2i>4c Yesterday the ?amer was irre,
gular, upitnJs U%d, sales 5000 hale*; the latter
?aa. declining at 27\c,
The Btocka of the article in sight at the latest
dates were as follow e :
Stock in Liverpool. 442 00? 422.140
Afloat from India. 306,500 481,000
Afloat from America. 4,600 3.200
Block in London. 88,930 62,738
Afloat lor London. 12E.00? 161.OC0
Block in Havre. 48.130 30,173
Afloat for Havre. 100,102 101113
btock in Bremen. 4,876 10,043
Afloat for firemen. 1.801 5,619
Stock in United 8tates port?. 66,165 67,801
Stock in the interior towns. 12,032 6.888
Deficiency in visible supply 208 679.
Btock of cotton held by Manchester spinners at
(be mills, now 60,000 bale?, same time 1868, 100,000
bales; middling uplands now 12>?d, then lOd.
The arrivals at this port tor the week have been 143
bags of sea islands and Floridas and 6428 bales of up?
lands, against 81 bags or sea islands and Floridas
and 7296 bales of uplands the week befp-e, and 44
bags of sea islands and Floridas and 84 'ii bales of
upltnds for the same week last year. These sup?
plies have come aa follows : say of upi Ads per South
Carolina Bailroad6190 bales, per Northeastern Bail
road 1174, Savannah Railroad 36. Florida 3, Savannah
River ll. Christ Church 8, Georgetown 6; of sea is?
lands, John's Island 7, James' Island 7, Christ
Church 7, Beaufort 27, A she poo 6, Cbisolm's Mill 2,
Northeastern Railroad 1, Edisto 49, Florida 31,
Savjnnab and Charleston Railroad 7.
The transactions in this article in this market have
been as follows:
On Friday, September 24, there was a well sus?
tained demand, prices being generally steady; sales
660 bales; ordinary to good ordinary being quoted
at 23K@25, low middling 35>4?25X. middling 2?>?,
strict middling 26>ic.
On Saturday the market was quiet with but a
limited amount of stock, prices r. maining unchang?
ed ; sale j 70 bales; quotations as before.
On Monday the demand was moderate with some
sales indicating weakness, but prices were generally
unchanged; sales 410 bales; ordinary to good ordi?
nary being quoted at 23>4(?25>i\ low middling 25>?@
35?, middlings 260)36X0 fl Th.
On Tuesday the demand was well sustained, and
very full prices were obtained; sales 550 bales; or?
dinary to good ordinary being quoted at email@example.com?,
low middling 25%. middling 26@2C?c TA rb.
Cn Wednesday the market opened at about previ?
ous rales, but afterwards became dull, buyers offer*
log lower rates, which were unacceptable to factor*,
and the article c'osed flat and nominal; sales 240
On yesterday the market was depressed and irre?
gular, and prices unsettled, strict middling at the
close Sellins for 25:3c ?ft rb ; sa!es 400 bales, viz: 2 i
34; 21 at 243?; 13 at 21?; 70 at 24?; 141 at 25; 1311
25J-?; 6 at 2C; 3exira staplcat 26?e. Quotations are
entirely nominal, say:
Crdluary to cood ordinary.23 <&24??'
Strict Middling.,..-.D'-a -
SEA IBLISD Corros.-The arrivals have been in?
creasing, and were 143 base of sea Wand--, of ?hieb.
31 were Floridas, against 81 bags the week bei re.
and 44 for the week last year. There has been a light
inquiry for this quality of the staple, and sime CO
bacs of rea island and Floridas have been disputed
ol, among which were 5 sea island at 60c, 6 at 65c. and
a few at about 75c and np wurdi. Some 1? b:g- of Flori?
das sold at about 65c fl Tb. We quote common tc
medium sea Hand* at 56@65c, fine at 75(5)90c fl ib.
Bren.-The arrivals of Carolina rough have been
light, say about 6000 bushels of new for the week.
The very limited supply of this gra-n coming for?
ward up to this time, and the consequent barene*
of the market, has produce J a firm feeling. Some
200 Wtvef new clean Carolina have been sold dur
ing the week, say 70 tea. at 8*4 ; 31 do. at 8? ; 80
874c. ?A rb. Good rice wat sol . at 8!" and cood to
common prime at r? ct?. fl rb. Until further re?
ceipts and transactions, regular quotations are omit?
ted, yesterday, with more liberal receipt?, the mar?
ket was dull and without transactions.
NAVAL STOKES.-The arrivals under this hea l for
the week bavj been moderate, and were aboat 1200
bbls of all kinds. The market bas r-een firm, par?
ticularly in spirits of turpentine, wb.cbhai improv?
ed, but the moderate supplies hare limited the ope?
rations of purchasers. Spirits tu-peu tin?- opened
at SS^S 39c, but stiffened to 40c fiv good packages.
Transactions in rosin took place at 52 7593 fl bbl
for Nc 1, f3 25<?.2 M) for low No 1, tl 80@l 95 for
No 2 and extra No 2, and No 3 at $1 75 fl bbl. Crude
turpentine may be quoted at $3 8o for tirgin, $2 CO
for yellow dip, and 91 63 for bard.
HAT.-The arrivals have beer about 1200 biles from
an Eastern port, which was sold from thc wharf on
Conn.-The supplies for the week have been a' out
6000 bushels from New York, 4500 from Norfolk. and
some limited lots from Baltimore and TeonD'sec.
The market has been dull, and consumers purchase
only 02 tbe most restricted scale. About 2100 bush?
els Southern white from New Tork wa? sold at li 53
?ft bushel, weight, bags included. Jobbing lots of
white Maryland may be qaotei dull at ll 67@1 68 fi
bushel, weight, tacks included.
FLOTJB.-There has been a m od< rat ely steady in?
quiry for city and country use. Prieoa havo been
without important change,aud we quoto Northern and
Western super at 17 25a7 60 fl bbl. ; extra 17 76a8 fl
bbl, and family at 18 60i9, and extra do at 19 60al0.
southern qualities are in moderate supply, and may
be quoted at 17 6) fl bbl. for super, !8a8 35 for extra,
and 89a9 60 for famtly descriptions.
BACON-IS lu moderate supply, and is rather firm?
er. Prime shoulders may be quoted at 18:. fl Tb:
prime e'ear rib rides at 33c ; strips a: 2-c , and long
clear at 19?c. fl Th.
WHEAT.-We quote prime white at tl 70(5,1 75
fl bushel, and prime red at ll 10 cell 50.
Burne.-There ls a fair stock of prime Goshen.
We quote good to prime at SC?40 eta. fl Tb. West?
ern sod other lower grades sell from 20@30 c.s. fl
tb, as in quality.
FAXT.-Large Io's are held at !> 1032 25 ?A sack.
Store lots are held at 12 30(913 40 fl sack.
ly VIA BAXXMXSQ -The market is well supp ied with
this arti.-le.and we quote 26'5)26c TR yard as to quality,
term* and aize ot lot. Dundee bairgiur, 44 inches
I,1; its P. for the' yard, is held atSO(5>35c. Sea lslanu
bagging, 45inche? wide, 2 Tbs for tbe yard, ;s held
ROPE.- The demand for ropo is moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
quole hemp at - cents fi H>.; greenleaf at 10 cents,
and jute at 8?(5}9 cents fi pound.
IBON BAVDS ANO TIES for cotton, of the most ap?
proved patterns, are offered on the market, at 6 J-'a
7?c fl lb, anti sales nave taken place at these figures.
TTMBEU AND LTJKBEB.-The market for this arti?
cle ii dull. We quote timber for milling Durpose*
irom I5<?9. Shipping timber I10@15; 4 i 'g. 5-4 floor?
ing at !14@15 fi M. Bright lamber, good mc-i
cbenrable, from city mlllr, cut to rize, from (20
(S)34 9 M by the cargo.
Finn a nra-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal ; by
sall wo quoto 9 1 OJ on uplands and ld on r-ea
islands, '.lo Havre, nominal. Coastwise-To New
York cy steam ?c on upland*, and lc. on rea
islands, tl 50 fl tierce on rice; by sail, ?c
ou coitoo; $1 V tierce on rice; 40c fl bbl. ou
rojin; ti fi M. ou lumber ; |9@10 fl M. on
timber. To Boston, by sall, ?c fi lb. on
upland cotton. To Providence. 18 fi M cu boards,
%c ft Tb on cotton. To Philadelphia, by etcam, un?
settled and nominal; by sail, |6a7 fl M. on leards;
$9 on timber; i3 per ton on ciay; and *3 50<vu4
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by Uearo, .^a
?c fi Tb. By sail. $6(5,7 V M. ou boards
-S3 60joi4 fi ton on phosphate rock. Vessel
are m demand by our merchants to take lumber
freight* from Georgetown, S. C. .Parlen an i Saril?
la River, Geo., and Jacksonville, Fix, to North
ern*iorts, and lllf?,12 f> M. are ratea on lumber
EXCHANGE_Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was unsettled and nominal in consequence of thc
unsettle! state of monetary affairs.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.- The banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York at ? discount ; 5 days
?discount; 10 days 1 per cent discount ; 15 days
1? off; 20 days 1)4 ; 30 days 9 off. They are selling
sight decks at par.
GOLD.-The rate was nominal in consequence of
the unsettled stite of the market.
KI arkeeta hy Telegraph?..
Loroosr. September 30 - Noon.- Consols ?3.
Bond* 8344. Turpentine 27s 3d.
Evening.- The hallion in the Bank of England
bas decreased ?350.000. Consols 93. Bonds 83?.
Sugar dull; on the spot 39s Gda39s 9d; afloat 28s Cd.
Turpentine 37s 9<L
LTVERPOCI., September 30-Noon.-Cotton du i
and irrefralar; uplands I2?d; Orleans 12?d; sales
6000 balee. Tallow 47s.
Evening.-Cotton dull; uplands 12?d; Orleans
12?'d; sales6000bales; for export and sp?culation
PABIB, September 30.-The specie in the Bank of
France has decreased nearly 10,000,000 iran?s.
NEW TORE, September 30- Noon.- Cotton de?
clining at 27?a28:. Turpentine quiet at 43?c.**
Rosin dull; common $2 25; strsinei S3 32?. Gold
Evening.-Cotton fully ?c lower; eales 1600 bales
at 27?c. Flour dull and declining. Wheat closed
dull with noon's advance lost. Mess poik firm at
$31. Lard quiet and heavy at 18>ial9c. Whiskey
firmer at $118. Groceries dull. Naval stores quiet.
Freights firm. Governments closed firm. '62's
19*1*. Southerns strong and advancing; Tennessees
60; new 52; Georgias 80; North Carolinas 49?;
new ?3. Money early in the day was easy, but later
the market tightened, and at the close waa stringent
at 7 per cent gold. Exchange was heavy at 8. Gold
ranged from 31? down to 29 ?a29?, closing at the
latter price. The sub-treasury sold $1,000,000 at 30
adi. Stocks closed rather lower; the prospect is
BALTIMORE, September 30.-Cotton dull at 27?c.
Flour lower: Howard-street superfine $6o6 25. Corn
dull; white $1 35al 38. Wheat quiet. Oats firm at
60a63s. Mess pork quiet. Bacon firm. Whiskey
' CINCINNATI, September 30.-Whiskey firm at
$113. Mses pork dall at $32. Lard 17?c. Bacon,
shoulders 16?c; clear sides 20c.
LOUISVILLE, September 30.-Mess pork $33. Ba?
con, shoulders 17c; clear sides 20?c Lard dull at
19al9?c Whiskey $113*114.
WILMEKOTOV, September 30.-Spirits turpentine
quiet with sales at 89?c. Rosin steady at $1 77a4
60. Cotton quiet at 24?c for low middling.
AUGUSTA, September 30 -Cotton opened at 25c
for middling, but closed doll and nominal at 24?c;
sales304 bales; receipts 648 bales.
SAVANNAH, September 30.-Cotton, receipts 1841
bales; exports 1306 biles; sales 600 bales.
MOBILE, September 30.-Cotton closed dull; sales
600 bales; middling 25c; receipts 765 biles; exports
2 ?3 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, September 30- Cotton in good
demand and a ?c to ?c lowor; sales 2000 ba'es;
mi ldling 25?c; receipts 1190 bales. Gold 32?.
Sterling 40.'x. Exchange on New York ?a? dis
HAVANA. September 27.-The following aro the
closing prices of articles of American and other pro?
duce for I he week endlnsr Saturday evening: Sugars
are nomina1, and huyera demand a reduction ; No- .
10 to 12 D. K, 8?a9? real? per arrapo; Noa. 15 to 20
10all?; molasses sugar 7a8; Muscovadoes firm at 8;
Inferior to common refining inactive at 7?; fair to
good refining artive at 8?; grocery grade? acthe at
8?al9. Molasses firm tor clayed at 5?; firmer for
common at 7. Lumb r is solve for j clio? pine at
$27 per M. and stcaoy for white pine at $v3< Freights
-boxea of BORir to Noi l?.-ru ports $2? : hnd?. ef
argar to Northern ports t8>?; hhds. or molasses to
Northern ports 53, : per ton to Falmouth and or Jets
WILMINGTON, September 29.-TURPENTINE
About 93 bbl* received to-day, and changed hand, at
$2 50 for virgin and yellow dip, and $1 50 for hard, fl
SPIRITS TuitrEsnsE-Market steady; sales of 151
bois at 40c fl gallon.
ROSIN-I he nates to dav reach 1853 bbls at $1 C2?
for straiacd, Si C5, $1 70*3 75 tor No 2, and $3, $3 5U
a3 60 fer No L
i AB-41 bbls e jld at $2 90 r*- bbl.
COTTON-Sales of 119 bales at 21 Hi, 25a25?c.
t liarles ton Wholesale Prices.
9A GOING, "n yara
Dunne-_t.M at 45
Gunnv Cloth. 25 & 26
BALE ROPE. ? lb-Manilla. - te_
Western. 8 (<i> 121?
Ju e. 6 Ut H
COTTON. ?J lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 2? (ir 24?
Low Middling. 24?te 24?
Middling to Strict Middling. 26 te 25,'?
Good Middling. - u -
Sea Island. 65 (is 90
COFFEE, V lb-Rio.I 20 ? 26
Laguayra . 2?< <? -
Java..'. .I as >it io
Carolina fertilizer, f 2000 lbs... ?60.01 &) -
Wando Ferttlizer. 60.00 te -
Double Refined Poudrette.|30.00 fa) -
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 faj -
Peruvian Guano, V 3240 lb'. 105.00 to -
Pacific Guaca, fl 2000 tbs. 65.00 te- -
Phoenix Guano.166.00 0 -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs...160.00 te -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 Iba...?65.00 (0 -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-165 time ?7.60 ?v -
Or chill a Guano-.$40 time 35 00 (cb -
Lard Plaster. 34.60 te
Mapea'Sapcr Phosphate fl 2000 lb 65.00 te -
Woolston's Pboepbste of Lame..*. 66.00 & -
Woolston's V?g?t?t?, fl 30C0 lbs 66.00 @ -
Croasdale's Gen. Super-Phos, net 60.00 (a. -
Bowers'Complete Manure, net.. 60.00 te -
gardy's Phospbo Peruvian, each. C6.00 te -
Sardy's Pacific Qnano, cash. 60.00 (rt -
Patapsco Guano.,166.00 te -
? Frank Co-'a Pboet hate..165.00 (g) -
FLOUR, fi bbl-Sope.. 7.26 te 7.60
Northern and Western Extra.. 7.75 te 8.00
Baltiiiiore Extra. - te -
Southern-Super. 7.26 te 7.60
Extra. 8.00 lb} 8.60
Family. 9.CO 011.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, fl buslieL. - te -
Western Oats, fi bushel. - (gi -
Corn, fl bushel. 1.67 (ai 1.58
HAY. fi cwt.-North River. - te -
Eastern.| - ut -
C UMBER, fl M. lect- i
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.*..!60.00 (356.00
White Pine, good run.138.CO (340.09
Yellow Pine. 20.00 (a 21.Ou
Hoards, fi M. feet-Rough.114.00 (215.00
Grooved and Tongued....?38.00 (?32.00
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba.| - @ -
Muscovado. - (g -
Sugar House. 60 te 1.00
New Orleans. - te -
S AVAL STORES, f? bbl-Tar.... - rte -
Pitch. - S -
Kosiu, Pale. 4.50 te -
ROMU, No. 1.?2.76 te 3.50
Rosin, No. 3.i 1.80 te 1.95
Rosin, No. 3. 1.75 te -
Spirits Turpentine, fa gallon.I 39 te 40
Oaauin. *l rb.I 16 ?a -
y MLS- American, 4<ffi20d, ?a keg..| 5.60 te 7.00
POWDER-Dupont's, F.F.F. g....I 6.70 @ -
Dupont's, F.F.F. 6.60 te -
Dupont's, Blasting. 4.25 te -
PROVISIONS-V> lb- -
Bacon, Hams, fl tb.| - te -
Bacon, Sides,. 22 ? -
Bacon, Shoulders. 18 te -
Bacon, Strips. 22 te -
Lard, in keg. 22 te 23
Butter. 20 te 40
Cheese. 15 te 30
Potatoes, fi bbl. - raj -
Onions. - fir, _
Apples. - Ca _
Rf CE- Carolina, fl rb. - feo _
East India. - rte -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack.. 2.10 te 2.40
Liverpool, fine. - w. -
SCO AR, fi rb-Raw.j - (4 _
Porto Rico. - te -
Muscovado.| - ta -
Exporta of Klee. Narai Stores and i.nru
oer from the Port of Charleston, tv fut
thc 1st to thc 30th .September. 186B
186?-?70. H ?6?W6K
New ?ort. 1,1718
Proviti'ce, RI .
Oth'rU? P'rts .
T'al C?aitW'se 6,257
Maj'a & M'rk't
Halifax, N S.
St John's. N B
Bristol, L -g..
.Stocks of Cotton in the Interior Towns
not included in the Receipts.
Augusta and Hamburg... .Sept 25
Macon, Geo.Sept 2
Columbus, Geo.Sept 27
Montgomery, Ala.Sept 25
Selma. Ala....Sept 17
Memphis, Teno.Sept 25
Sash ville, Tenn.Sept 35
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NOTE.-Wo havo deducted Irom New Orleans
2.574 bales Upland, from Mobile .... bales, irom
Savannah 47 ba?s Sea Island and .... balcp Up?
land-and from Charleston 50 bacs Sea Island and
9 bales Upland, the quantities received at tho
ports from Mobile. Florida. Texas ann Savannah.
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toinparutivc aCxporu of Cotton and
lt Ice from tn? Port ot cn arte H ton, from
thc lat to the 30th September, 1460.
Otb. br. Ports
Tot'i G. Brt'n.
Otb. Fr. Ports,
1869-'70. ?j 1868-'69.
sT"I.IUpl'd j Rice. I I.|Upl*u.|Rice.
N. of Europe.
Tofl N. Eu'pe
S. of Europe..
W. Indies, ftc.
Total F. Ports.
Bait. fc So.il
0;h. U. ?H. Po's
Port ot Charleston. October 1.
rn?-KS or THE MOON.
New Moon, 6th, 12 hours, 46 minutes, moraine.
First Quarter, 12th, 4 hours. 3 minute;, eventng.
Full Moon. 20th. 3 noars. 21 allumes, cveuine.
La.-t Quarter. 28tb. 4 hours, 2 ruinutep, eveuine.
27|Mouday....| 5,.53 ! 5..49
81 Tuesday.... i ly. 53 ' 5.. 47
9 WeU??H?^.; 57.54 5..40
OltThnrsdar,..! 5..GG ' 5. 45
21 Friday.! 5...r.fi 5..4H
2i|saturday...: 5..06 C. .42
33 Sunda'?... . 5. 57 5..40
"lu..23 I ll..42
1..15 4.. 3
2..22 5.. 3
3..29 C.. 1
Brig Su=ic J Mrout, Hammond, >o lolk. Vi-72
hours. Railroad lion. To J A h'nslow k co. Hound
to Bmnew ck, Ga, and hnviuc cxper!eneid heavy
northeast gales has sprung a.??ak, an i has put into
this port to repair da < ago.
Sehr Ann S Deis, fro u Weat Poiut Mill. 49 tierces
Bice. To Porcoer & Henry.
bloop Alice, irom Ashepoi. 1037 buabe?? P.ou?L
Hi-e. To G li Hoppock.
bloop Julia, irom Pou Pon. SOM basarla I?ouu'h
Rice, lo Bavcne'i k Lo.
Sloop Flora, from Ashcpoo 6CJ bjehels Rough
Rice. To G H Ir.grabatn k Son.
Steamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Savannah, v a Beaufort
and Hilton Head 17 bales Sea leland Cotton, Mdse
and sundries. To J D Aiken k Co, W M. Bird & Co,
Willis k Chiaolm, E Baum^? U Graver & Co, N hit?
ter, J F MathewiB, Capt H C Webb, Holmes k Cald r,
Ravenel k Co, W Gurner, Hopkins McPherson k
Co. Southern Expresa Co, Dr St J Raveucl, and C H
Steamship Zodiac, Hines, New York-Ravenel k Co.
Prom this Port.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New Tora, Sept 27.
S'eamehip Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltln ore. Sept 28.
British sthr Lion, McLeUan. St George's.Ber, Sept 4.
Dp for this Port.
Steamship Flag, LronarJ, at New York, tolocvc ?ept
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Charleston. Berry, atNew Torie Sept 28.
Brig Mary M Francie (new), at New York, Sept 27.
Brig Adelaide, Wtlsoo, at Boston, Sept 27.
Behr T X Tasker, Allen, at Philadelphia, Sept 27.
Shlpnews by Telegraph.
SATAN-NAH, September 80- Arrived, slrfp South?
ern Bights and sehr E O Palmer (rom Baltimore.
Sailed, steamship Bapidan for New York.
The steamship Zodiac, for New York, which left
her wharf yesterday to proceed to sea, came to an
anchor in the Roads.
LIST OF VKSSK1.S
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i UIS Pitht
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, sailed.Sept 1
British bark Dalkeith, Langwill, sailed. ...August 19
The Homborsund, Nielson, np.August 13
8hip E leu Southard,-, up.Sept 17
Bark A Kimball, Lincoln, up.Sept 20
Brig Adelaide, Wilson, cleared.Sept 27
Sehr Grace Girdler, Smith, cleared.Sept 16
Steamship Charleston, Berry, cleared.Sept 28
Steamship Flag, Leonard, to leave.Sept 28
Brig Mary M Francis, Francis, cleared.Sept 27
Sehr Jessie L Leach, Childs, cleared.Sept ll
Si.hr Ridgewood, rcrrickson, cleared.Sept 29
Sehr A T Cranmer, Cranmer, cleared.Sept 21
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wystt, up.Sept 26
Sehr Thomas Booz, Bomera, up.Sept 21
Brig Mary E Dana. O'Neill, up.Sept 25
Sehr Althea. Smith, cleared.Sept 25
Sehr I X Tasker, Allen, cleared.Sept 27
8chr S E Woodbary,-. up.Sept 19
Sehr Wenonah, Mitchell, up.Sept 25
LIST UK SI11PP1NU
In thc Port of Charleston. September 30.
VESSELS UNDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTI.-O
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tone, 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-Bavenol k Co.
Zodiac. 568 tons. Mmes, m tho Roads, for Nev York,
ready-Ravenel & Co.
Prometheus, 581 tons, Gray, at Atlantic wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading-J k T Getty.
Vinco (Br), 438 tons. Halliday, at accommodation
wharf, tor Liverpool, loading-Henry Card.
Annie Torrey, 781 tons, Libby, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-W Koach h Co.
B B Walker, ?00 tons, Pettcngill, at Central wharf,
for Boston, waiting-H F Baker k to.
Belia Dolores (Span), 196 tons, Durall. at Brown k
Co'a wharf, tor Barcelona loading-W P Ball.
Courier (Br), 209 tons. Evan*, at Marshall's wharf, for
a Port in Great Britain, loaHng-R Mure k Co.
Lady Perle (Bi ), 3 6 tous, Patterson, at Palmetto
wharf, from salt River, JJ tn, wjittng-J A Ens
low k Co.
A Bradshaw, 245 tons, in Ashley River, for Wee! In?
dies, loading-J A Euslow ?t?o,
J B Kirby, 343 tons, Bernard, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging-W Roach k Co.
Cvclone, - tons, Frisbie, at Central wharf, lor New
York, waiUng-W Roach A Co.
Susie J strout, lao tonn, Hammond, In tbe Stream,
from Norfolk, VJ, to be repaired-J A Enslov k
Dexter Wsshburne. 279 tons, Munro, in Axhley Rivor,
for Rockport, Me, loading-ulney k Co.
Matoaka, 217 tons, fooks, in the stroam, for Wash?
ington, DC. ready-Street Bros k co.
F V'turner, 90 tons, Graves, at Palmetto wharf, for
Ruatan, Hon, loading-J A Knslow k Co.
Thoa Mitcommios, 110 tons. Wyatt, at Bennett'-)
wharf, repai.ing-J A Eimlow k Co.
Trade Wind, 15i! tons, Hoffman, in the Strcan, ?or
Georgetown, S C, ready-W Roach k Co
Jonathan May, 362 tons, Neal, in A?hloy ltiv.r,
irr i.altimore, loading-H F Baker it Co.
J H Stickney, 274 tons, Foolts, in Ashley River,
for New York, loading-Ridley ?t Crpiahton.
Anna H Glover, 260 tons. Terry, at Venning'e whorl,
fur Boston, loading-M (ioia-mith k son.
J M Richards. - tons, Irving, in tuc Roads, for
Georgetown, S O, ready-Master.
Petrel, - tons, Shanan, in the Stream, irom Balti?
more, to be repaired-J A Euslow lt Co.
Francisco. 93 fons, Crowther, at N E Railroad wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging- Mreet Bros & Co.
Irapic Bird (Br), - fr.!, McDougall, at Quarantine,
irom Havana, waiting-J A htslaw it Co.
Cou -PI vat i ve, 293 tons. Kempton, at Adger's wharf.
irom New York, discharging-W Poach k Co.
Joseph Long, 158 tons, Perry, at Adger's wharf, from
Boston, discharging-W Ror.ch A- Co.
Isabella, 147 tons, Burton, at Palmetto wharf, from
New York, discharging-V7 Roach 4 Co.
Zeta-Pal, 231 tons, Thompson, at Union wharf, from
Boston, discharging-J A Kui-low k Co.
Ellen M Baxter, 301 'ons. Rodgers, at Union wharf,
rrom New York-l discharging- W Hooch Ar co.
D Talbot, 283 tons. Amsbury, at Central wharf, irom
Rockport, Me-J A Knslow k Co.
Mary Collins, 224 tons, Collins, at Central wharf, for
Wi mington, N C, ready-Risley k Creighton.
consignees per Noam Carolina nu ii road
8:9 bales Cotton. 02 bales Domestics, 85 bbls
Flour, 7 cara Lumber, 3 cars Wood. 2 cars Stock. To
Railroad Agent, Groener k Smith, J R Pringle, Kirk?
patrick k Witto. Thurston At Holmes, L D DeSaus
sure, Claeius k Witt?, G W Williams k Co, W K Ryan,
G H Ingrabun, Caldwell k Son, F C Mey, W B Wil?
liams, W W Smith, Pelzer. Rodgers k Co, W G Whil
den * Co. cblsolsa Bros, Frost k Adgrr, Boeder k
Davis. Dowling Ai Co. A J Salinas, Mowry k Co, J B
E ?loan, Stenhouse s Co, and Fraser k Dil).
Consignees per Northeastern llailroad
23) bales Cotton, Live Stock, Tobacco, Mdse, kc.
To cavan, B Manago, Frost k Adger. J V Barden,
Pelzer, Rodgers k Co, Mowry k Co, Kirkpatrick k
Witte, Reeder k Davis, G W Evans, J H Taylor, W K
Ryan, Cleghorn, Herring k Co. Graeser k Smith, G
H Walter k Co, Caldwell k Son, G W Williams k Co,
Will am H k Birnie, Ravenel k Co, Kendall lt Dock
erv, Ingrabam k Son, W H Chofee, A A Wilson, A J
Salinas. Brodie & Co. AS Johnston, Thurston k
Holmes, Bollmann Bros, and Railroad Agent.
Steamer Pilot Boy, fr m Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head-Miss Nevins an? servant. J Gor
ham, A H Bainey, Col Blunt, G F Line?lo. W C Bel?
lows. P L Wingin, J J Pope, and 19 on deck.
Prags, Cljcmif?ls, (Ste.
tl S K O O i
ON ACCOUNT OF THE GREAT NUMBER
WONDERFUL CURES OF OBSTINAiE
AND INVETERATE CASES OF
GENERAL BAD HEALTH, &a,
MADE Bl- THE
CELEBRATED "KO SK OO,"
IT ll A3 WON THE ENVIABLE REP?IATION OF
being thc best and most popular Medicine ever dis?
lt is daily prescribed by physician?, and recom?
mended by many thoitsauds of our best citizens.
For sale by
D0WIE * MOI??,
Charleston, 8. 0.
And DreggJ-its aud Merchants everywhere.
OS- LADIES fr OFFERING FROM ANY DIS?
EASE peculiar to their sex. can be restoicd to health
by using DB. LAWRENCE'S "WOMAN'S FRIEND."
It purifies the s?cr?tions, and restores the system to
a healthy condition.
For sale by
DOWIE & MOISE,
Charleston, 3. C.
July 2C D?c lyr
ia Ml.I.IS ?. CillSOIaA,
F?CTOhS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS;
WILL ATTEND TO TUE PURCHASE, HALE ANT
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ana Domestic Ports) cf
COTTON, RICK, COMBER .?ND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Charleston. S. C.
K. WILLI?.A. B. OHISOLY
C, ALDEN dc CO.,
".No. 34$ PINE-STitEET,
NEW YORK CITY.
W. C. ALDEN, )NewYork
WM. ELLIOTT. J i,ew X0TK'
J. M. MORGAN, late of Chariest an, 8. C.
Negotiate Sales of SOUTHERN REAL E8TATE.
and exchanpoa of the same for Merchandise, kc.
Refer to Messrs. Geo. A. Trenholm k Son, Charles?
ton, 8. C. Sept 4
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in tie Poeto (Bee at
Charleston, for the ?reta ?inding SEPTEM BEB 30
1S69, and printed officially In TUE DAJLY NEWS, as
the newspaper having the largest circulation in
the City of Charleston.
tSr-Persons calling for Letters Advertised, should
.tate that they are "Advertised."
M&~ Office hours tram S A. M. to 6 P. M. On Sun?
days, from 5 to 6 P. M.
STANLEY O. TROTT. Postmaster.
Adams, Mrs Deyoang, JuPa |Howard. Miss
Bose M Jane
Addison, Miss H Drayton, Mrs Jeffords, Miss
Anderson, Mrs Lonlsa hmma
M C Drake, Miss Jones. Annott
BankB.MisB Mar. Mary Johnson, Miss
garet Eden, Mrs Maria Pauline
B, Miss L T Lilli, Miss S H Johnson, Mist A
Berton, Mrs Evens, Mrs BA M
June Felker. Mrs SA Eeitb, Mrs Sn
Bervick, Emma Fields, Mrs Har- san C
Blue, Mrs Pan- riet Legaro, Miss
nie Ford. Mi s Billy Jennie .
Bleeker, Mra M Francis. Mrs w Lanae, Mrs BD
O N Lewie, Miss S
Boin, Miss Milly Frazier. Mrs Af- Long. Miss Jane
Boicken, Miss r- flo E
Brownfield, Miss Osmer, Mrs S Q Loyd, Mrs Mary
L Gaillard, Urs A Lynes, Mrs M
Broughton, Mrs Gibbs, Mrs A M
Jane Girardeau, Mi-s Mazyck, Mrs M
Brown, Mita SH J
Jane Goff, ? Middleton, Misa
Butler. Mrs Grey, Miaa Mary M
Charlott Groan, Mrs Ade- Moore, Phillis
Bullwinkle, Meta line Myers, Mrs T M
Burges. Rosinda Hampton, Miss Neuman, Mrs J
Caldwell, Miss Julia B
Jennie Hall, Miss V Simon?, Miss B
Calvert, Miss Heyward, Mrs ?i nous, Mrs A
Ann I Too uh M
Chapman, Misa Harleston, Mrs Small, Misa Sue-'
CS PH koy
Christie, Mrs O Higgle bottom, Smith, Julia
Clarke, alias Lie- MfssE Simons,
la Howard, Mrs Wndria. Isabella
Conreicr. Mrs Betty White, Mrs Re
Julia Holms, Mrs becca
Crune, Mrs Ju- Nancey Williams, E'iza
Iia Hodge, Mrs M C beth
Cushman, Mrs Howard. Miss Williams Mrs
H Minute Lizzie
Delaine, Mrs F .Williams, Mrs C
ARI cw. Thomas
Anderson, D A
Ai Rel, Mr
Ai tope. Henry
Bigelow, .1 R
Blake, Sam'l J
Boone, Jas E
Brown, Jos Chat
Cairas, Theo E
( aivitt, J M
Capers, J hos
Carr, Rev EG
Cambell, Dan I
Clark. I ompson
Cohen, Isaa .
Coolr, Hcurv A
Conner, Geo w
Comings, J P H
Cutler k Enos
D ly, John tl
I .?ly. Wm
De Solit i ino,
Drayton. C A
Eni.-ks, John B
Faaubec, J W
Fra Ber, J L
Fras'T, Harris B
Glcoson, ; brm
Goodwin, It T
Gordon. John W
Haigs, J W M
Hurst. W L
.J R H
Jackson, r J
James, D A
Ji ff, rs, H L
Jones. J et sa
Hrlly. 1 bomas
Kenned*cr, H S
Lath doe, Jo?
? ?if J yo. te, J>bn
l.ako ( itv Preis
Leigh, P H
Logan, Geo C, Jr
L 'vc. Cha- les
M. m i g te, J] ck
Marken, John L
Mar in. Janie?
Mathew.?, J H
Matti , R R
Meyer. Y H
Metcalf. Capt 1
Merreir, G J
Mitchel, C T
Mitchel), v B
Mooro, J J
Mcurgcon. L E
McCants, R L
Mc Toy, T
Mc ' amara. John
O'Hear, John N
Owens, J L
Parker, Dr Ar?
Pharo. Jesse E
Powoll, J D
Quintan., G W
Quinn ii Bro, M
Iiiebwood, B F
Bosentrtu b Bro,
Rowell k Co.
Selles, PRK M
r-mitu. J W
-nowdeu, J li
-pcueer, J R
-towart, John F
Jlmrn, Philip M
.fl o'ley, C G
Vanmeter, Dr S
Voiler, E F
Warnken, H G
Warren, Wm P
Weimor, J D
Wetbt rborn. P
W- strm, Isaac
Welzel. G F W
iVbite, David G
X Y Z
49* Persons depositing letters in tho Poetofflce
will please place the stamp near tbo upper right
hand corner of tho envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot bo malled, but wiU be sent to the Dead Letter
BEARD'S PATENT LOCK TIE8.
THIS TIE 19 UNDOUBTEDLY J HE BEST MAN?
UFACTURED, is easy to manage and poaseafcs
great strength and durability. Having sold them
for the past two years, we can cordiilly recommend
them to our planters aud others, as the v-ry TIE
they want, io render their bales near, strong and
compact ; capable ot bm.Hug bales from 400 to COO
pounds. For Bale by
GEO. W. WILLIAMS k CO., Factors,
August 16 uiwfJmos Charleston, S. C.
U T li B ll TIM
A SCI'PL Y OF TBE
?.BUTl ti K " IRON TIES.
Jus. received aud for salo by
Sept ll lino HENRr COM V k CO.
THON T IKS.
FA83WA.?T8 ALEJOA IOB TIE
A FRESH SUPPLY OF THIS SUPERIOR TIE,
made of tuc best quality of Iron and warranted to
give saiiHtaetion. For salo at lowest cash prices by
R. M. BUTLER,
Sep* 1 Imo Agent at ' harleston.
A I Li IC Y COTTON TIE
A FULL sjurPLY O'S THIS TIS W.LL BE KEPT
OT OSj DUKING THE SEASON.
THE STEADILY INCREASING DEMAND
FOR TUE WAI LET HE,
IS THE BEST PP.uOF OF 1l"3 SUPKBIOBIT?
OVER ANY OT HEB PATENT.
FOR SALE :?Y
STRE1CT BaOTlIlSKS ct CO.
fo* fhe TT?
"? K O O ? L, Y W X
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY.
IS3UE8 ALL KINDS OF LIFE AND ENDOW?
MENT POLICIES Dividends annually in cash.
Only Company having tho Definite Guaranteed Sur?
render-Value Plan Polidei, world-wide. Second to
no Company in the United States lor stability, "Jte?
ranty and economy.
Office No. lil Broadway? New York.
CHRISTIAN W. BOUOK, President.
WM. M. COLE, Pecretary.
State Agency No. 36 Broad-street, Second Floor.
Local and Canvassing Agents wanted throughout
the State. '
^ Apply in person or bv letter to
JAMUs G. HOLMES, Jr.,
General Agent for South Carolina.
Jnly 13 m wi ft m os
I' ARDIAN MUTUAL.
UFE INSURANCE COMPANY
JV E W YORK.
Organized lat 1859 .
ALL POLICES NON-FOB FEI TABLE,
HALF I OA .V TA KEN. NO NOTES BBQ UJELj?..
LA8TCA6H DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
PoUoes In force.525,000,000
Annual Income. SOC.OOO
Losses Paid. 900,000
W. H. PtC EH AM, President.
WM. T. HOOKER, vice-President
L. MCADAM, Secretary and Actuary.
'.i-.A. FC DICK AH, Supering ident.
Hon. JOH? A. Drz, New York.
Hon. JAMES HARPER, Firm of Harper k Bros., ex?
Mayor New York.
JOH* J. CB?NE. President Bank Republic.
WM M. VEBMILTX, Banker (VermiJye k Co.)
CHAS G. ROCKWOOD. Cashier Newark Banking Cern,
Hon. GEOBOE OPDTEE, ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOBO AN, Banker.
THOMAS RIGNET, Firm Thomas Rigney k Co.
BESJ. H. SHERMAN, Treasurer New York Stetm 6tt?
gar Refining Coxpany. I
AARON ARNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable k Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore * Bowne, Lawyers.
IL V. HAUOHWOUT, Firm E. V. Hanghwoat Ai Co.
WM WILSENS, Firm of W. WUketia At Co.
JCUCB U. PBATT. Merchant.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STARB, Merchant
WILLIAM ALU US, Merchant
GEO. W. CUT?ES, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPE. President Continental Fire In-ur?
ti c<-e Company.
JOHN G. SBESWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner Fl th Avnue and.
EDWARD H. WaroHT, Newark. N. J.
GED. W. FAJU.EE, counsellor.
W. L. COOSWHLL, Merchant. r
(ihOttOE IC KIM,
GCSERAL AGENT FOB?SOOTH CAROLIN*.
Dr. T. REEN3TJERNA. Emnioing Phyaiciaa.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON.
( 'Alee No. 305 King-street,
CHARLESTON, 3. 0
January 12 DAO lyr
guUTIl CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENE SAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICER
CHARLESTON, 8. C.. Sept 16. 1860. f
05 AND AFTER THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 1?,.
the P aa&L?TOEB TRAINS of the South CarcKsa.
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.8.30 a. Id.
Arrive at Augusta. ,*.15 P. M.
CoDUbciing with trains for Montgomery. Memphis,
Nashville and New Orleans, via Montgomery and
'.eave Charlestor..8.30 A. M.
/ rive at Columbia.4 40 P.M.
Connecting with Wilmington and Maud ester Ewl?
road, ano Camden tram.
Leave Augusts.8.00 A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.?CO P. M.
Leave Columbia.7 45 A. M,
Arrive at Charleston.^.4 Cu P. M ,
AUGUSTA NI(?T EXPRESS
I SC N DATS EXCEPTES.)
Leave Ctaxleiton.7.30 P. M,
Arrive at Augusta.6 lu ATM.
Connecting with trains tor Memphis, Nashville
and New Orleans, v a Grand Junction.
leave Auguste.*.'.' P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4 CO A. M,
COLUMBIA NIGHT KXPBESS.
Li?V" Charleston.6.C6 P. M.
Arr.v at Colnmbia.4.46 A. M.
Connecting (suncaya exeppiedt with Green?!!]? ar d
Columbi A Tiailroa<\ and on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays with charlotte and south Carolina Rail?
'.Leave Columbia.S.S ' P. Sf ?.
Arrive at Charleston.6 CO t. M.
Leave Charleston.4.06 P. M.
Arrive at S urn m-rv i Ile. 6.33 ?. M.
Leave Summerville.7.M A. M.
Arrive at Charleston.8.2b A. M
hamden and ''olumbU Pavseuger Traine on MON*
DAIS, WEDNESDAYS and SATURDAY?. \a? between
Camden and Kmgville daiiy, (Sundays excepted,)
connects witt up and down Day Passengers at Eing
Leave Camdsn._6.35 A. M.
Arri? e at Columbi.11.00 A. M.
Lep..* Columbia. .145P.M.
ACTU? at Carrdec.6 0" P. M.
(Signed. H. T. PLAEE,
Sept 16 General 8uDe'ic??id?,nt
j^EW ROUTE fa ORTH!
THE ST. LOCH
IRON MOUNTAIN A ND SOUTHEBN BilLWAY
Is now open for business from
COLUMBUS, KY.. TO ST. LOUIS
Making the quickest, safest and only all rail rente
to St. Louis.
Pasaengere taking this route avoid one change of
cars and a tedious river transfer of twenty miles,
and arrive In St. Lom- FOUR AND A HALF HOURS
in advance of any other Road.
SS" Train? leave .'olumbus upon the arrival of
trains ou lb- lloti?c and Ohio Railroad.
W. B ALI EN.
Sept 1 Imo General Ticket Agent
-NO CHANGE OF LAMPS
s- wa not Explode
higher dan is
Boc 30 jo.
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