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THE DAILY NEWS.
Israel Preyer's Bid fox'Gol?.
FI.LDAT, SEPTEMBER 24.
Annds 1 cow Ute pries went sashing through
WaU street, WilUtm, Broad street, Ntw ! tai
AO Ute specie tn all the laud
?sid ls one Bing by a giant hand,
TOT milbeena more it was ready to pay,
Ard tarottlethe- rtreat en bsngman's-day.
Cp from the Gold Pit's nether bell,
"Waile tb? innocent fountain rose and fell
"Loud an J high? r the biddlrg rose.
And tbs bulls, triumphant, laced tn*ir foes.
It seemed as li Satan himself were in lt,
Wa"sbeard ftevolca Of Israel Freyer -
A doleful lc nell in fte storm-swept mart,
"Five millions more 1 and for any part
"i'll g ive Ona Hus dre J and fentay V
Israel F rey ti-ft*. Government Jew
mwtmmwmm i mme* thseaghaad tktm??
WiUi cradit gained in fte year he sold
Our Treasury's precious hoard of gold ;
Bow wWPfJw- his thankless mouth ringe out
Tbe leaguers' last and cruelest ? bont 1
Pity fte abortar Kot they, indeed,
While a single rival's lett to Maad i
Down come dealers in silk* and hides.
Crowding fte Gold Kcom's rounded sides.
Jostling. trampling each ofter s 'Mt,
Uttering groans in fte ou*er i&eet, -
Watching, with upturned faces P?>,
jife scsrrymg index mark Itstala
Bearing fte bid ol Israel Prayer
That ominous voice, would lt-star Ure ?
..Five millions more I-lor any part,
(If it-breaks your firm, if it cracks your heart, )
m give One Hundred and bixty I"
One Hundred ard Sixty ! Can't be truel
What wm ima-beors-at forty do ?
Btw will fte merchants pay their dues?
How WM tba country stand the nowa ?
Wbat'U fte banks-ont Ptten 1 hold !
In screwing upward tte price of gold
To that dins?rons, last, particular peg.
Ihey bad tined their Goose with the Golden Egg I
Just there tte metal came pouring out,
' AB ways st dace, like a wafer endo?,
Or a rushing, gushing, yellow flood,
That opttofeefl the buns wt* rs ver ikay stood I
Small rieedW open the Washington main,
It eir coffcr-dame were burst with the strain t
~l It same by roamers, lt rame by wira,
To answer fte bid of Ursel Freyer,
ired in mi'bons from every tide,
tfttbst strangledhfan wrns cried
I'll give One Hcndredsna Sixty !"
Like Vulcan after Jupiter'skiefc.
Or the kphortstfeal Pocket's a tick, '
D?WK down, down, the premium fell
raster than this rudert? me cant' Ul
Ihirty per cent, the index std.
Ye r Trever e? n kept making bte bid- v
'**Otte"Hundred an* Sixty for any parti"
- lhe sudden ruin had crazed ki? heart,
Shattered bi? sens*?, cracked his brain,
ard lfft him crying again ami agata
Still mating bl? bid at the trinket's top,
(Like the Datei man's leg that cernid never stop,),
"ene Hundred and Six y-live Millions morel"
lill they dragged him, howling, off tte ftoor.
The very but wend' that seller and buyer
! Beard fi om tte month of Israel Frey??
A cry to remember long ss thejrUve- ? *?
Were, "I'll take Fl v? Minions more ! I'll give
I'll give One Hundred and sixty 1"
Suppose, (to avoid tte appearance of evil,)
There's auch a thing aa a Personal Devil,
It would seem that Hia Highness ?ere got bold,
For once, of a bellowing Ball is Gold I
Whether ball or bear, it wouldn't much matter
Should israel Freyer keep io bia chutar
On earth or under it-(as, ftuy tay,
He is doomed)-UH toe general Judgment Dav,
When the Clerk, as he cites uinswo answer tor't,
BbaU bid him Seep ailene? in that Court I
But it matteia most, as it se? ms to me.
That my countrymen, greet and strong and free,
Bo marvel at fellow? who.uem to win.
That if even a Clown can only begin
By ste*;ias a railroad, and u^o itt ju- .
For cornering stocks and gold. I r-wc -si -
Fer buying a Juoge anOa Legislator,,,
And sinking st il] lower poor human ?ture,
The gaping pubhc, whatever betaV,
Tv nile Uar BOD Ben ative? ssa sra no tmsr.*a
At tte dust and pother hie gang have raised,
Abd make UBTemember a nursery tale
Of toe icor-and-rwenty who feared oas snail.
What's bred in the bene will breed, you know.
Clowns and tnelr trainers, high and low,
?what nraver or fast can save
f candid ato for the grave,
" i wrinkled Giant Peapair,
' ' rsi.iawtasj Uta**,
r building a ?horch
eave brm ii the lurch,
_t come cul is tile rival way, ."; "
Issue jour scrip in oven day,
And tk>a yawl wealth in the grimy fist
Ctf som? cross-mouthed, gambling pugilist;
??eve toil and poverty where they fie,
TK'tttatere, workers, artists bf, *
Tour pot-house fag from bis co unter? bring
And mate him into a Ballway King I
^Between- each Gentiles snd met Jews
Little enough one finds lo choose:
D*ber the other will bay ind use,
? ?>t tte meat ?nd throw him the bone,
'And leanrg hist to atand the brunt alone.
-lat fha tax past rome, that's gathering near,
And ^^vmmmm^m^ fi
ALL ABOUT THE STATE.
IBB ivUf???Xtk?X ?AjQ?.
' Mr. Jeter, President of he Spartan burg and
Union .Railroad, will pasa- ove? his road, frae
of cbarce, aJl animals and articles intended
tot exhibition at the approaching AgricnltuiaJ
?rr. Persons genug dosa ia charge of the
animals, will be passed free also. Visitors will
be p&ssed at half-fare.
i?o;...:-,-- wr/BKAXairt w TOA?.
There was s gran? tournament in York ville
our Friday. The Edrjuirer says ; The foUo?ring
Knights entered the list for the honors and
priste : David D. Black-York-"Rudolph of
Har?burg.'' Joe. W. Otfcock-York-'knight
OTBaTWJtwuorr." James 8. Gourfsy-York
"Knight of Tnr*ey Creek." John Gist
Union-"Damioo J>eLacy." W. H. Green
Brefdand-'Entght or the -Lost Cause."
Angus NoU-Spartan burg-"Harry Percy,"
W. B. McPneefcera-FairfieJd-"3ir Wait*
Raie.gh." James Robin?on-Chester-"Knight
cf Cheater." 8. C. Sadler-York-"Knight of
York.'' Jimms W. Thomson-Spsrtanburg
'.Saladin." W.,;W, Thomson-Spartanburg
"SirQalahacL ( "
After three tilts at the tings, with lanoe, by
each ksighC, it was found that the "Koigbt of
Turkey Creek" and "Sir Walter Raleigh* had
each takes seven out of the nine ringa, making
- a tie, and that Messrs. Qiet, Jomn? W. Thom?
son and Nott, had,-each taken six oat of the
*ine rings. The trial between "Sir Waiter"
and the."Kaighi of Turkey Creek" fox the first
prize and honor, was thea twice contested,
-T?sulting, finally, m a victory for the gallant
rider, from Turkey Creek, wfe duff ad?
judged tbs winner of a handsome prize saddle,
wit h. the privilege pf crowning the' Queen ol
Jortv ?r-(? Belaly from among the nun; fair
maidens present. "8ir Walter" waa adjudged
the winnef of the second prise-a handsome
bridle-andihe privilege of crowning the firet
Jakia ot Boner. . Tho third prize-s pair of
spure-with the privilege of crowning the sec?
ond Maid ot Honor, fell to Junina W. Thom?
son; and tbe fourth to John Gist, of Union,
with the privilege ot crowning the third Maid
of Honoi. .Colonel A. Coward, General E. M.
L w and J. S. R. Thompson, Esq., acted aa
judges on the occasion, and their rulings gave
After the announcement of tbe result, the
victorian! knights selected the ladies who were
to wear the honors their gallantry and skill bad
WOK* The " Knight of Turkey Greek." whose
sweetheart was perhaps not among the ladies
present, waived hia right to select the Queea,
in favor of the "Knight of York," and Mies Sue
Edwards was announced a9 the recipient of the
floral qaowq. Gracefully kneeling ia the centre
of koigbrs and ladies, the emblem waa duly
BOMnted.bj thoKnight of York.*' The First
X&Td or Honor, Miss Thomson, of Kerehaw,
was^wrwcTby "Sir Walter Raleigb," winner
of the second prize. The Second Maid of
Honor, Miss M?dred thomson, of Mpartanburg,
ja* crooned by"SaUuin," winner of the third
prizs. and thc Third Maia of afonor, M?as Mat?
tie Hobson, of Union, was crowned by Air.
Jjha Gist, of Union, winner ot the lonrth
Altogether, tire tournameat was a pleasant
success, the riding gsneriliy beinr, superb and
witbfnt.a?i accident. The time given to accom
^ih the di^tat.re was eig^t seconds; but twoi
knights made au average lime of fiye and a
half seconds from firrt to last'ring; and all
tbs riders we.otjtbxough io less than the ! Sae
RADICAL .POWWOW DI XOHXVILLE.
TSert^ssstobo a grand Radical barbecue
in YorkviJIeon Wednesday, but the "big guns"
tai ed to arrive, and tha bar bec u era had to con?
tent thimsefvee with ^bearing Mar esJorod
men, and A. 8. Wallaoe. "member of Congress
IK:TorkTtiie Eoqa'rtr ?ayao? Wal
??es ? ? peech r ^ v
?''flu argument againat the ?'emoeracy reata
^"WOP^PD that it ia the 'alayehold
ESKs* AA there don't haprJ??. bo any
gMtaif?! this conntry apw, thia axgu
meutdon t hit the party against which it ms
Aimed. But when ueed by a apeakcr who waa
a slaveholder aa long aa he could be one, it
resembles the Australian boomerang, ?hieb,
?rhea thrown by an unskilful hand, ie apt to
return and knock dc wu only tao, one who
throws it. The whole s>peec?. as ie natural,
was bitter against that p*ri? which defeated
Mr. W. at tbe polls last year by 9060 majority.
One conspicuous feature of thia ?pet ch, which
ought not to be overlooked, was its gallantry.
The speaker basked in the smiles of hie charm?
ing coan try women who favored him with their
presence, and drew fresh inspiration when be?
spoke especially lo the ladies. It is proper ta
add the only 'ladies' present were colored."
A PROBABLE FIEND.
The Yorkville Enquirer is informed that two
logs were found lying across the track of the
King's Mountain Railroad, two and a hali
miles from town. They were removed by a
passer-by. But for this, the train, which ar?
rives at 8 P. M. would probably been thrown
off the track. It is supposed the logs were put
there with an evil design; but no suspicion at?
taches to any one as the perpetrator of the
LI TEL ? TIKES IN CHE8TJEB.
Tbe Reporter say? "No morcare our streets
untbronged. No there are Our places of busi?
ness unfrequented. No more do we see groups
of idlers striving to while away the long, dull,
hot days. A change bas 'come. Now, all is'
j bustle," stir, and activ .;. The new cotton ie
I on tbe market, the arv goods merchants are
fliting their, store-rooms with new goods, the
people are flocking to town to invest in the
asme; the hot weather is gone, and: the fall hes
commenced in topmost cheering And invigo?
rating manner. In many respects a change is
visible. People, relieved of the incubus of old
debts, taxes paid, the cotton crop not so bad as
was expected, wear amore cheerful counte?
nances. Money begins to sirculate more
freely, necessarily tending to a feeling of easi
reps, which waB*not experienced before. For
all this let ns be thankful."
WAH UPON THE HIGH SEAS.
A Caban Man-of-war suiter Spanish
According to the New York San, the brig
Hornet, from New York, recently seized at
Halifax, on suspicion of being intended as a
Coban privateer, and subsequently released,
has again sailed for the Coban coast. The
San says :
- Sot certain good reasons we do not give the
point from which tbe Hornet received her guns
and suppli?e, but on the morning of the 21st
all were on board, and, with a crew of seventv
men, Cuba's first man-of-war, with tbe word
Hornet erased and Cuba, her new name, in?
scribed on ber . stern and pennant, weighed
anchor for a point off Gardiner's Island. He
fore leaving Halifax her captain had received
bis corr m i cs ion.
Captain Eloy Comacho is her commander.
It will be remembered that he surprised the
crow at the Spanish steamer Comanditario off
the Cuban coast last April, and had to aban?
don ber on account of want of coal sod close
puisuit by the Spanish man-of-war. He is
a bold, dashing, middle-aged Croan gentle?
man of wealth and, education.
The Hornet was a blockade runner, and was
captured by the United States war steamship
Supply early in 1865, with a careo valued at
1260,000. She bas beeu confused with thc Lil?
ian, also a blockade runner. The latter was
converted into a man of war while the Horne
was sent to League leland, whero she had re
mained until last June, ?be is eight hundred
and twenty tons burden, and pierced for eich
guns. She is a eidtvwneel. and ranked thi
class. Hbo is Clydo bui?t, and c?n, under
heavy pressure, make fifteen knots au
boar. She has seven guns, th ree on each sid
and a pivot bow gun, a 100-pouuder Parrot?,
of long range. The side guns are two S2
poundore, two 68=po undera, two crane au '
canister pioces, also 08-pounders H9rcrc\v
numbera 153 men, 60 of whom are Americans
Rho Baw service doling our war. She has 22
experienced gunners, and ali the monitions^
boarding hooks, and complete paraphernalia
of a corsair. She is. no privateer, but a regu
larly commissioned man-of-war, commanded
by a Cuban, with a commission from C?spedes
Her mission is to capture Spanish merchant?
men and take them imo Mexican portB for ad
judi oct ion; ehe is also to capture and destroy
Hpanish transporte. abd all passenger steamers
engaged on the Cuban ooaet, and, when pru?
dent, attack Spanish armed steamships or sail
maf ?fsajelsj. waa will not ho oaod aa a tmtin
port, as reported. Whenever it is unsafe for
her to carry her prizes ioto Mexican ports,
she wlil eave, what she can of their cargoes, and
then set fire to them and sink them at sea.
What tbe Alabama was to our commerce, the
Cuba will be to Spanish commerce. Another
use will be made of her. She will escort all
expeditions into safe bays, and guard them
until landed, and afterward escort thc vessel
mnkMBHrn out ta sea. . .
BALTIMORE-Ter sehr Jonathan Ha j-410 toni
Charles tan Cotton, M iee and Naval
1FFIC2 OF TEE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS. I
OSASXXfTOR, Friday Evening, Oct 1. I
COTTON.-The market, for Als article was chirac
ariz ed by a ste? 3 y and well maintained inquiry,
rices showmg considerable regularity, with rather
moderate supp'y of the article offering: sales
bout600 bales, via: 36 at 33; 17 at 23*; 2 at 23*;
3 at 24; 9 ot 34*; 76 at 24*; Kat 24*4; 173 at 25;
1 at 35*; 86 at 36*; 30 at 35*; 12 at 26c. We
uv rapoox. CLA? si ri caners.
Ordinary to gcod ordinary.23 Ca,iv?
Low middling.54*6(24 4;
Riox -The market for thia gr on was dull ; sales
) tierces of fair cl<au Carolina at Sc V R).
NAVAL STOKEA-The arrivals were light, and
ie transactions nairn portant.
Markets by Telegraph.
LONDON, October 1 -Noon - Consols 92*
Evening -Turpintine 27s.
LIVERPOOL, October 1-Noon.-Cotton quiet;
blends 13*d; Orleans 13*d; sales 6000 bale?;
ales nf the week 63.000 bales, ot which 13 009 ba'es
'ere tor export and 13,000 ?ales-for speculation;
look 442,000 balea, of which 50,000 balea Ate Amar??
an; receipts of tbe week 54,000 bales, whereof 360
ales are American ; stock afloat 392,000 bales, of
rhich 8000 bales are American.
?ttvrnoov,?-Cotton dulltup'snds 12*d; Orleans
2*d? Sarna and fabrics at Manchester dull.
Evening.-Cotton closed flat; upland? 12H'd; Or?
gans 12*d; tales 6000 bales, of which 2500 bales
1?re for export and specu'.at ion.
Panis, October 1.-The Bourse opened firm,
tentes 71f 40c.
HAVRE, October 1.-Cotton opened flat; on tic
pot If 13c; afloat If 3?c.
NEW YOBS, October 1-Moon.-Stocks strong and
ending up. Honey 7 ingold. Stirling, long 8*;
hort 8*. Gold 30* Cotton uncbangt 1 at 27*c.
Turpentine 43)?a44c. Rosin quiet; conmon to
?trained $2 35a2 30.
Evening -Cotton unchanged; Rales 2000 bales at
17*0. Flour SalOc lower. Wheat lc lower. Corn
avon buyers. Mixe! Western Sla$105. ? irk
Inner at $31^. Lard steady. Whiskey nrm?r at
ll 19al31. Rice firm; Carolina 8a9c. Kugc.r *c
ower; Porto Rico 12* ; Mmcovado 12112,^. Other
rroceries steady. Freights firmer; cotton bf steam
??. Governments closed firm at 30*. Southern?
inner. Wallstreet quiet to-day, except at tot close,
rhea the stock market ?as unsettled by roriors ot
osses of tho Michigan Southern Railroad Companv
>y the lats panic. There are no new developments
nthe gold question. Many millions of Friday's
on trac ts were settled to-day, and 'bs end of com H
aUon ia drawing near. Ibe money market closed
aster at 7 for currency and gold. Exchange is dull
nd. nominal at 8. Gold quiet and sieady, ranging
0a30* and closing at 30*. Stocka depressed and
BA?rr*oJrc, October . L-Cotton dull at i?27*?
7*a Flour quiet. Wheat heavy; prime to choice
ed $140al 47. Corn unsettled; while tl lOal IS;
ellowfl lOal 30. Mess pork quiet at $33 Bacon
ira; shoulden 17*0, Lard qaiet at 19*a20c.
flu cm KATI, October L-WnPkey Armand held
t.ll ic. Me<s pork unchanged. Bacon firm;
houldi-n $16*c; clear sides 30c.
LOUISVILLE, October 1 -Provisions firm. Mess
ork$33. Bacon, shoulden 17c; clear aides 20*
WiUC-VOTON, October l.-Splrita turpentine steady,
t 89*a40c. Crude tarp sn tine unchanged. Tax a
shade lower at $2 80. Cotton quiet at 24a34*e for
A?onara, October 1.-Cotton in fair d<mand a
lower ratea; sales 427 bal' Bj rMtfftf Off tales ;
salea of tho week 19*6 bales; receipts for tbe week
3072 bales; stock 2780 bales.
SAVANNAH, October 1.-Cotton, receipts 1778 balee;
sale? 800 bales; market active; middling Kc*.
MOBILE, October 1.-Cotton, receipts of the
week 8130 bales; exports coastwise 1754 bales; stock
on hand and on shipboard 1521 bales; sales of the
week 6800 bales; sales to-day 600 bales; matket
closed quiet; middling 24*a24*c; leceipts 1556
bales; exports 401 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, October 1.-Cotton decidedly
lower; middling 34*a24*c; Ralea 4000 bales; sales
of the week 16,260 bales; receipts to-day 6288 bales;
exports to Havre 1232 bales; to Liverpool 66 bales;
receipts ol the week, gross 21 320 bales; net 19,305
bales; expoita coastwise 1976 Da'ea; stock 37,756
bales. Flour dull at $5 75a6 10. Corn lu light sup?
ply; white $1 lOal 1234. Sterling 38*. New Tork
exchange * discount. .
New Torie Rice Market.
The Journal of Commerce of Wednesday says:
-,"The market for Carolina 1B tm. Ihe stock of old
is rapidly disappearing, the new crop comes forward
slowly, and with a fait inquiry from the dealer?, es?
pecially those located in the West, holders have the
advantage. We notice sales of 400 bbls at 8*a9c.
and 25 tiereea at 8a9c. We quote old at 8a9c, and
new at 93?'a8J?o. In. Rangoon there la more doing,
mainly for dealers' use, at.steady figures- sales
hare been made tpart a day or so ago) of 650 bags,
duty paid, at 7*a7*c. and 200 bags, in bond, at 3.*c,
NASHVILLE, September 28 -COTTON.-The mar?
ket daring the week*bas been dull, and closed rather
weak. Ihe transact! ons of to-day foot up as follows ;
Receipts 67 bales; sales 42 bales; shipments 46
Of the staple that changed hands to-day, we beard
of 26*c being paid for low midding, but that figure
cool* not have been obtained liter tn the day, owing
to the condition of the market east.
Ino receipts of th? week embrace 185 bal??, with
sti; menta of 160, and ?slea of 71. The receipts for
tbe corresponding week last year were 90 bales, with
shipments of 23, and sales of 8 bales. The range
of prioes during the present week laat year were
from 20* to 22c, and the atock on hand for the cor?
responding date fast year was 15 bales.
Stock on hand September 1, 1869.None.
Received previously.179- 246
Sbtppid to-day. 46
Shipped previously.16>- 206
Stock on band. 40
FLOTHS-Market during the week has been buoy?
ant, with shipments of 20C0 bbls, and also a large
local trade. Pnce? continue firm aa follows : Supers
85 26a6; single extra 96 25tr6 60 ; double extra $6 60a
6 76; family f7 25a8; ts ney SS 50a8 75.
CORN-Dull and drooping, and cot an order to
fill. Ho dors are offering to deliver in depot at
81 12 il ]fi.
WHEAT.-We note receipta to-day of 1500 bushels.
Tbe receipts ot the week foot up 931:8 bushels,
against 19.800 tbe week previene. We beard of sales
to-day ol 9C0 bushels amber, sacked, and delivered
in depot at $140. During the correst ending week
last year thc receipts amounted to 8015 bushels, and
prices were steady throughout that week at $1 80a
1 86 for tea, $1 76 for Mediterranean and $1 85il 90
OATS.-"Receipts to-day of1000 bushels, and sales
ol 300 bu?bels at 7Cc, sacked; from etof*.
WILMINOION. September 30-SpiBrxsjaTuRPF-N
TINE-Market quiet and a shade lower; only IC casks
sold at S9*c fl gallon.
ROBIN-toles of 712 tibia at $1 76 lor No 2; $2 75, 3
a3 VS tor (.ol, and $4 50 for palo.
CRUDS luBPEwns :--ales of lCJbble at $2 50 for
urgiu au 1 yellow dip. and VI 50 for hard.
1 AR-Is 1 nv- r. and 401 bbls sold at $2 85a2 90,
closing at lowest figures.
COTTON-32 bahs sold at !Ma24*a $ lb.
MACON, SepUmber 2?.-COTTON-Receipts to-day
CG8 bales; sales 168; snipped 319. Receipts lor the
week ending this evening, the above included, 3010
bales; shipments 1650-shoeing an increase in re?
ceipts for the past week ovc ! those of the week be?
fore of 45 bales, and a decrease in sales ot 1132
balea Receipts lor the corrc-pondiog week in Sep?
tember, 1868,1312 bales. Total receipta ot the crop
ori8G8 oa the 29th of September, 3394 bales, and on
that day middling? were quoted at 82 cents. Re?
ceipta of the crop ofl869 to qate 11,147 biles.
The market has been ttea*y with fc-eood demand
all ihe week, and prives have not varied a half cent
during tbat time, though ti ey have manifested near?
ly all the white a downward - tendency. Middlings!
have ruled at 26o26*o during the week, or up to this
asssaaiiiH. ?lirm il... maia. | apasasJ ?J ns?. *i>o
noon dispatches being unfavorable to buyers, prices
went offs half, and tbe market closed dull this even?
ing at 24 .'ic-the lowest notch of the season. At
tune figure* planters sre storing their cotton, and
bene; the light operations of the day, and of the
Slock on hand September 1, 1869..... 179
Received thia we?k. 608
?hipped to-day... 819
.hipped previously. 7210- 7629
stock on hand.3699
Interior Cotton Markets.
COLUMBIA, September 30-Notwithstanding the
lnfavoracle new?, the cotton mirket opened briskly
o-day at 04 .^c ; but continued bad adriena received
luring the dar depressed the market, and prices
iel tl ed down at 24 cents for middlings. Sales 116
nie?. v . IUI Cit , .
YORKVILLE, September 29-lhere have been
lome receipts during the week, and the market may
>e considered as opened. We quote 28Kofor a good
WINN9BORO', September 29-Salas of the day
boot 76 bales. Pricea 24*c in tbs morning, but
letlined ba New Tork advice? to 23),e during the
lay. Harket weak, with a downward tendency.
BOCK HILL, September 27-Tbe market bas
on th. oed to decline; sales during the week at 23*a
6c, closing at 24c for middling.
CHESTER, September 28.-Sales very light, the
aarket closing at 24 to 24}? for middling.
CHARLOTTE, September 27.-Tbe market open
din the early part ci last week at 26 to 26*c and
radnally declined to 34* to 24*c. at which figure
tie market closed quiet on Saturday, kale* for tbe
reek 345 biles.
MONTGOMERY, September 29. -Cotton mirket
try quiet. Receipts about 400 bales, only a small ;
ortlon ot which was sold. We quote low middling
3, others nommai.
SELMA, Septembor 38.-Market opened firm, but
losed essy at *c decline; closing quotations, mid
lings 24*c, low middlings 23*c to 23*c, good or
mary 22 J,c. Sales SOO bales.
Port ol Charleston. October 3.
POKT U ALBIN D-AJht.
PBA-tB OF THE HOOD.
Tew Moon, 6th, 12 hours, 46 minutes, morning,
irst Quarter. 12th, 4 hours, 3 minutes, evening,
'all Moos, 20th, 3 aourt. 21 minutes, evening,
j.-t Quarter, 28th, 4 hour?, 2 minutes..evening.
4 'SEPT, a OCT.
.. t L*N ... .1 koo* , I maa
RI6F.S. I 8FTS. I B5T8. I WATER.
Steam-hip Chirleston, Berry, New York-left -
nstaut. Mdse. To James Adger A Co, J E Adger
t Co, J D Aiken A Co, J Apple, 0 I > Abrens A Co, E
Jato 3 A Co Mrs H Ar m ?tr.-DJ, H Bischoff A Co, A
iiBCboff, T M ? ristoH, E T Brown, W H Bird A Co, '
I H Brimin- & Co, Mrs Kooth, H Bulwinklo & Co,
Jrane. Hoy 1-ton A Co, W S Ocr vin A Co, L Chap?n ,
k Co, F F Chapeau. OhlBolm Bros, L Cohen, Came
.en. tar J ley ft Co, H Campeen, JOH Cl aussen, T
d Ca er, G Conner, callevas. Son A* Co, B Cobla A 1
:?, Clacius & Witte R k \ P ; aid well, M Drake, R ,
L David, Dowie & Mt iee, H A Due, H Daly, P Darcy,
Dorbaum & Jurs, L Elias, A W Eckel ft Co, Torey the,
slcComb A Co, J o Fairly & Co. D F Fleming & Co,
A D Flomlng.M Schwartz. J M Greer. P LGulllemin,
H Gerdts A Co, Goodrich. Wlncmnn & Co, B Oral
ton, C Uraveley, J K Heath. Holmes A Calder, Hun
aeken A Co, T M Horsey s Co, J H Burkamp ft Co,
bart k Co, W Hunt, N A Hunt, Jennings, Thomlin- ,
son st Co, Johnston, Crews A Co. O EA AH John?
son, Kinsman Bros, Klat'.e k Co. J P Kelp, C Kerri
ion, KID P man k Howell, Kriete & Chapman, F Kres?
se), Jr, W J Lee. L Latents, Lauroy k Aleimder.Leog
oick ft r-ell, I Liebnpan, A L inger, McLean ft Ken
lal), Mc Loy k Bice, S R Marshall, Melohera ft. Mal?
ler, W Marscher, Menke ft Muller, Muller, Nim tz ft
io, T Murphy, Mrs J E McElbose, Mentone ft Co. N
bl Railroad Agent. J F O'Neill ft Son, B O'Neill. Pal
mit to Pioneer Co-operalive Association, D O'Neill ft
toas. E Prrry, D Paul ft Co, Paul. Welch ft Brandes,
finckncy Bros, Peozer, Rodgers ft Co, J A Quacken
.UBU, J RP.e:d ft Co, E H Rodgers ft Co, LT Rob?
ertson W P Russell, btrauss ft vance. E B Stoddard
s Co, J Steiber, G W Steffen?, s toll. Webb ft Co, A
-timer, Stenhouse ft Co, LSchnell ft Co, W A Skrine,
< O Raittoad Agent, J Thomson ft Co, O Thompson.
?V G Trott, W Ufferhaxdt, F von Santen, W Vinci, J
S' M W hit mann,- Werner ft Ducker, J Wiley ft Co, J
d Wurbmaun. G H Walter ft Co, Rev B Winkler, W
3 Whilden ft Co, Walker, Evans ft Cogswell. War?
ier ft Monaecs, P Walsh, E R White, B White, M A
Zernow and W J Yates.
Steamship Key West, Rudo'f, Savannah-left Wed
aesday. Cotton. To J A Enalow ft Co. Bound to
Sew York, an I having experienced heavy bead gales i
aa? put in for coal ard for a harbor.
t-cbr Ridgtwood, Derricks-n, New ?ork-4 Jays.
Railroad Iron and Hay. To the Master, King fr'shb
:>on, and Older.
Fchx W B Thomas, Win rm ore, Philadelphia-1
dna from the Capee. Coal. To H F Biker ft Co.
Sehr S E Woodbury, Woodbury, Baltimore-1 days
from the Capes. Com, Floor, ftc. To Willis ft Chfs
olm, Ravenel b Co, B M Bauer, J Campsen b Co, W
M Bird b Co. Holmes b Calder, Mulle., Nimitz ft
Co, H L Buck b Co.
Boat from John's and James Islands. 3 bags Sea
Island Cotton. To Fraser b Pill.
Boat from John's Island. 4 bags Sea Island Cot?
ton. To Boper st Stoney.
Boat from Christ church. 3 bags Sea Island Cot?
ton. To Boper b Stoney.
Boat from Christ Church. 3 bass Sea Island Cot?
ton, 1 bale Uplatd Cctton. To Boper b Stoney.
Boat from Wadmalaw. 1 bag Sea Island Cotton.
To Boper b Stoney.
Boat from Christ Church. 3 bales Sea Island Cot?
ton. To J I bi eal h.
Bark B B Walker, PettlngUI, Savannah-H F Baker
Behr Jonathan May, Nea), Baltimore-H F Baker b
Sehr E M Baxter. Bogers, New York, via WiUning
ton, N C-W Boac? b Co.
Sehr Joacph Long, Perry, Kingston, Jamaica, via
Jacksonville, Fla-W Bosch b Co.
Sehr Isabella, Burton, New York, via Wilmington,
N C-W Beach A Co. ? * .#
From this Port. *"
Steamship Minnetonka, Carpenter, New York, Sept
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, at Ballimore, Sept 30.
Sblpnews by Tefcerapn.
WOMTNOTON, N C. October 1-Sailed, steamship
Fairbanks for New York.
SAVANNAH, October 1-Arrived, steamship Cath?
erine Whitney and sliip Screamer from New Fork.
Cleared, the Bebra Mamie McNIel and Coquette for
Matanzas; J Eddy for New Tark.
The bark BOW Dodge, which sailed from this
port for Georgetown, S C, on thc 27 th September,
was spoken ott Oils bar yesterday by the pilot boat
Wildcat, and would have put into this port but waa
too far to leeward. 6he had experienced heavy north?
east gales since leaving this pori, and if lt continued
to blow heavily expected to make Tjbee for a harbor.
'The ?ehr C S Groves, Weaver, from Georgetown, SM
C, arrived at Providence, B I, Sept 27.
The sehr Grace, Clifton, from Georgetown, S C,
arrived at Providence, B I, Sept 2T.
Ibe sehr Wild Pigeon, from Georgetown, S C, ar?
rived at Providence, B I, Sept 27.
LIST OP VKSSKL?
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR 1 BIS PVhT
The Duke of Wellington, Allen, sailed.Sept 1
British burk Dalkeith, Langwill, sailed....august 19
Toe Bomboreund, Nielson, np.August 13
Ship E Icu Southard,-, up.Sept 17
Bark A Kimball. Lincoln, up... .Sept 20
Briar Adelaide, Wilson, cleared.Sept 27
Behr Grace Girdler, Smith, cleared... ."..Sept 16
Steamship Flag, Leonard, to leave.Sept 28
Brig Mary M Frauds,' Francis, cleared.sept 27
8chr A T Cranmer, Cranmer, cleared.sept 21
Sehr B N Dawkins, Wyatt, up.Sept 25
Brig Mary E Dana, O'Neill, up.Sept 25
Sehr Althea, Smith, cleared.Sept 25
Sehr T T Tasker, Allen, cleated.Sept 27
Sehr Thomas Booz, Somer*, up.:.Sept 21
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, cleared....Sept 34
Sehr Wenonah, Mitchell, up.Sept 25
Consit;nee?per Hontn uaiuiina
93? bales ( ottou, 43 bales Domestics, 08 bbls Flour,
98 sacks Flour, 92 bbls Naval Stores, 5 cars Lumber,
1 ctr Stock. To Railroad Anent. '1 hunton b Holme?,
Mowry A Co, Kirkpatrick b Wine, W K Byan. L D
TX'.Hauesurc, Graeser A Smite. W W Smith, Pelzer,
Rodgers b Co, G H Walter & Co. Dowling b Co. J R
Pringle, Stetihouse b Co. W G Wbilden, A J Salinas,
Seeder & Davis, Frost hi Adger, Wagner, Stuart A:
Co, West b Jones, Bavenel b Holmes, Caldwell b
Son, Goldsmith b Son, Wiss ft Co, JUE Sloan, W C
Courtney & Co, Pinckney Bros, and J D Aiken A: Co.
Consignee's per Northeastern I tn Uro sui
221 bales Cotton, 12 bbls Naval Stores, Live Stock,
Tobacco. Whiskoy, Mdae, lr. To Boeder b Davis
Walter b Co, Williams b Birnie, G W Williams AL?'<
A J Salinas, G W Steffens. W K Ryan, Frost & Adger,
Graeser h Smith. Broula k Co, Ravenel b Co, Thurs?
ton k Holmes ? S Johnston, Claghorn, Herring
Oe, Courtenay k Trenholm, Sbackelford k Kelly.
D Aiken k Co, Kendall k Dockery, Mowry k Co,
Colcock k Co, Kirkpatrick & Witte, Caldwell ft .-on,
J N Robson, Chisolm Bros. Ingra barn ft son, F W
Emanuel, X G Boag, A A Goldsmith ft Co, T Street,
F Webmana, J Wei. er?, and J Marshall, Jr.
Consignees per Savannah and Charles
??e- ll. II,,. ?Jot oh OK 1.
9 bales Sea Is'and Cotton, 10 biles Upland Cotton,
Mdse, ftc. To Hopkin?, McPherson k Co, Kirkpat?
rick ft Witte, W P Dowling ft Co, W M Lawton, Fripp
ft May, J Moore, W C Courtney ft Co, J B Pringle, G
W S Legare, S Magwocd, and street Bros ft Co.
Steamship Charleston, from New York-H Camp
sen and daughter, Miss Clark, Bev J O Weston, wife
and son, Miss Bogga, Mrs Stephenson, Mrs Sarah
Parsons, J White, wife and two children, A Marti?
nez, wife, five children snd 'two servants, L T Rob?
ertson, wile and children, W Charles, wife and son,
C B Street, L Bingman, florence Pond, J W David?
son, C G Macoy, E Sullivan, G D Mercer, C Cheney,
C Antonio, J B Cook, G ?tonner, J Smith, J Williams,
A Stuart, W Klein and wife, May Gorbarth, W Wim
belah, J Ferguson, J Steine, J Andrews, G Wilhams,
H O'Brien, L Clane?. J Dunn, A Ferris, and 10 in
U A R O 1 a H MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
Organized in 1830.
ALL POLICES NON-FORFEI TABLE.
HALF L OA N TAKEN. NO NOTES REQUIRED.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Polices in foree,....,.$?3,000.000
Annual Income. SOO,OOO
Losses Paid..... 300,000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
Wu. T. HOOKES, Vice-Presidenf.
L. MCADAM. Secretary and Actuary,
G. A. FUDICKAB, Superintendent,
Hon. JOH? A. Dxx, New York.
Hon. JAUES HAWKS, Firm of Harper ft Bros., ex
Mayor New York. .
I oatt J. CHANE, President Bank Republic.
WM. M. VXRMTLTX, Banker (Vermilye ft Co.) <
SHAS G. ROCKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking -Ce%^
pony. V -
Eton. GEOBOE OFDTSE ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. M ono AN, Banker.
FB&MAS RIG NET, Firm Thomas Rigney ft Co. #
BENJ. B. SHES HAN, Treasurer New York Steam Su?
gar Refining Company.
AABON ABNOLD, Firm of Arnold, Constable ft Co.
MICHAUD H. BOWNE, Wetmore ft Bowne, Lawyers.
R. V. BAUOHWODT, Firm E. V. Haughwout ft Co.
Vitt. Wnjnws, Firm of W. Wilsens k Co.
JULIUS H. PUA rr, Merchant.
Wu. W. WRIGHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STARB, Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLEN, Merchant.
3xo. W. CUTLKB, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
Oxo. T. HOPE, President Continental Fire Inflar
JOHN G. SHEBWOOD, Park Place.
WALTON H. PECKHAM, Corner F:th Avenue ind
EDWARD H. WniOHT, Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FARLEE, Counselloi.
W. LT. COGSWIUJ., Merchant.
ti KO HOE KEIM,
GENERAL AGENT FOB SOOTH CAROLIN A.
Dr. T. REEN3TJP.RNA, Examining Physician.
k\. ISSEKTEL, . ,
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON.
. . ttfflce Sp. ?05 King-street, .
CHARLESTON, S. Q
January 12 n*o _1?*
lXriLLlS di CHISOLM.
FACTORS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
WILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE. SALE ANO
SHIPMENT (to Foreign ana Domestio Ports) o
COTTON, RICE, LL7MBEB AND NAVAL STORES
ATLANTIC WHARF, Oharleiton,e. 0.
E. WILLIS.V..t. E. CHISOLM
OFFICE OF AUDITOR OF STATE, 1
COLUMEIA , S. C., October 1,I860. )
THE ATTENTION OF TAXPAYERS IS RESPECT?
FULLY invited to the following ..clrcnltr," address?
ed to County Treasurers, which is published by
this office for the information of the public.
REUBEN TOMLINS^ON, State Auditor.
EXECUTCVL DEPABTMENT. )
OFFICE OF AUDITOR or STATE,
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 1, 1669. J
Afr.-, County Treasurer:
Sra-In a circular letter, dated August 23, you
were Instructed not to Attach the penalty imposed
upon delinquent taxpayers until you received orders
from this office to do so. I am aware that the season
at which taxes became due this year has made it
burdensome for a large number of taxpayers to meet
the demands of tbs government. According with
the approval of the Governor, extensions of the time
for the collection of taxes have been made to the foll
extent of the authority conferred by law. In order
to give ample time to all who wish to pay their taxes,
it baa been decided to extend the time for the collec?
tion of tate 3to the 15h of the present month. It ls
believed that by that time all who depend upoa the
sale of crops to meet their taxes, wiU have made
You are, therefore, instructed to proceed against
delinquent taxpayers, in conformity to law, after the
15th day of October.
I am, very respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
Oct 1 2 SUte Auditor.
g O TJ T H K K H
LIFE INSURANCE COMP AN Tt
PURELY A SOUTHERN INSTITUTION.
Assets July 1, 1680.$910.000
DIVIDEND DECLARED.FORTY PER CENT.
INSURES LIVES AND PROMPTLY ADJUSTS
AND PAYS L03SES. Its principal business ls with
Southern States, and to them tt appeals for patron?
age. It has ample means to fully protect policy-hold
crs and pay all losses.
JOHN B. GORDON, President.
B. H. HILL, A. H. COLQCITT, vice-Presidents.
A. AUSTELL. E. HOLLAND, Finance Committee.
VT. C. MORRIE, Secretary.
BOARD or BISECTORS.
Atlanta. Ga.-JOHN B. GOSDON. A. AUSTELL, E. W.
HOLLAND, J. F. ALEXANDER, J. H. CALLAWAT, J. M.
Athens, Ga.-B. C. YAXCET, BENJ. H. HILL, ROD?
Columbia, S. C.-WADE HAMPTON.
Augusta. Ga.-C. H. Pmsirv, EDWARD THOMAS.
Madison, Ga.-D. E. DUT LEK.
V? abbington, Gai-BOBEBT TOOMBS.
Comben, Ga -B. J. SMITH.
Newton, Ga - A. H. COLQUTTT.
Charlotte, N. C.-WM. JOHNSTON.
Allendale, S. 0 - B. L. WILLINGHAM.
Greensboro, N. C.-W. A. CALDWELL.
J. H. MILLEU, General Agent,
Ra V. TUPPER, Restaient Agent,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
B. W. DxSAUSSURE, M. D" Medical Examiner.
August'19 DAc 2mos
JP IKE, MARINE A fl D LIFE
8. Y. TUPPER.
IN PLANTERS' AND MECHANICS' BANE BUILD
INO, EAST BAY-STBEET, CHARLESTON.
8ECUBITY INSURANCE COMPANY,
of New York, Casv Capital and Sur?
PHSSIX INSURANCE COMPANY, of
New York, Casu Capital and Surplus. 1,715,760
MANHATTAN INSURANCE COMPA- .
NY, of New York, Cash Capital and
INI ERNATIONAL INSURANCE COM?
PANY, of New York. Cash Capital
and Surplus. 1,990,844
NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE
COMPANY, of New York, Cash Capi?
tal and Surplu i. 795,937
ENTERPRISE INSURANCE COMPANY,
Cash Capital. 1,000,000
CENTRAL CITY INSURANCE COMPA?
NY, of Selma, Cash Capital. 9O0.0O0
SOUTHERN LIFE INSURANCE COM?
PANY, Cash Capital. 500,00
Sept IC ihstnS
C. ALDEN di CO.,
.No. 342 PINE-STB?ET,
NEW YORK CITY.
W. 0. ALDEN, I v. .
WU. ELLIOTT. J R,CW *0"'
J. M. ?JORGAN, late of Charleston, S. C
Negotiate- Sales of SOUTHERN REAL ESTATE,
and exchanges of the same for Merchandise, Ac.
ReluT to Messrs. Gea. A. Trenbo'.m A Son, Charles?
ton.,*. ?: Sept!
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND COMMIS
MON MEM-CHAN I.
?ALHfc OF REAL ESTATE, STOCKS, B0ND8, 8B
CCP.ITIES AND PERSONAL PROPERTY
io. a 7 a K o A i?- s T kt E K r
CHARLESTON, 8. 0.
Hon. HEN '.' BUIST. W. J. MAGRATH, Esc
General JAMIES CONN KR. T. P.. WARING, Esq.
g E C A R K F U L
WHEN YOU ARE EXHAUSTED BY OVEKWOBK
of bead or hand, and feel thc need of something in
vibrating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
tbing, whether under the uame of Bitters or other?
wise, euch articles, give just a.? much strength to
yo?? weary body and mind as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. A'cohollc stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPBESSTNG REACTION.
Dodd's Nerriiie and Inyigorator
is a TONIC and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
NUT attended by REACTION. What it gains for
you it maintains. When itrefrcshos body or mind,
it refreshes wi'h natural strepgth that comes to stay.
We are not recommending teetotalism in the Interest
of any faction; but long and extended observation
teaches us that he who resorts to the bottle for rest
or reena pe raf ion, will find, as be keeps at lt, that he
ls kindling a Dre in his bones 1 which will consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take, s
tonic that will refresh ?nd not destroy. DODD'd
NERVINE ls for sale by all Druggists. Price One
Dellar. See Bock of Certificates that accompanies
eatrbboitle. 7mos June 25
jfuflSj Cfrrmtrals, dir.
"jy H , O . S . F R OP H I T T ' 8
CX>K9I6T1T70 07 HIS CELEBBATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
THE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. S.
PROPBTTT, M. D., need no recommendation
their well known power in removing the disease* pe?
culiar to our Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them an enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining State?. Aa the majority of person?
"riving in the South are predisposed to disease of : ia
Liver, lt is granted by all intelligent physicians tbat
most of the pains and aches of our people are due
to erg mic or 1 uart io nal derangement of Ut at impor?
tant'organ. Prophlrt's Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilious PfJls ?bike directly at tbe root of the evil.
They cure the Liver, which tn nine cases out of i cn,
is ai the bottom of tho Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache, Rheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, ftc., so common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism,
Neuralgia ?nd bodily pains of every kind flee before
PROPHITT'8 PAIN KILL LT
like chaff before the wind.
PH O PH ITT'S LIVER MEDICINE.
I Dr. Propk?t-Having used thia medicine sum
I dendy long to test its virtue, and to satisfy my own
mind that lt is an Invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease from which the writer bas suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded that hundreds
wbo now snffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally ben edited, as be bas been, by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them the use of this remedy, which
has giren net. only himself but several members of
his family the greatest relief.
M. W. ARNOLD.
Of the Georgia Conferencs
DOOLT COUNTT, GA , April, 1887.
Thi.i is to certify that I was confined to the house,
and most of the tiree to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for
I nve months, and after trying every available reme?
dy, with so relief, I waa cured with two bottles of
Dr. 0. S. Propbitt's Anodyne Pam Elli It, each cost?
in g f. f ty cents only ; it relie red me almost instantly.
I UK retort recommend it m tbe highest dajjree to
others suffering from similar disease. I can say
that lt is one of the bcRt ram liv mediemos now out,
certain. Tours truly. Vt; A. FOREHAND.
COTEIOTON, QA., July 9,1867.
Dr. Prophit.-Having used your Liver Medicine
for moro than a year in my family, I cheerfully re?
commend it to all persons suffering from Liver af?
fections. Dyspepsia or Indigestion in any form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial aa tbe best
remedy for that disease. 0. T. ROGERS.
STAKronnviLLa, PUTNAM Conn rv, Oct. 1,1867.
Dr. 0. S. Propktft-Dear Slr-This is to certify
that I have used your Ague Pills for the last ten
ye ire. and I have never failed lo cure the Ague Jn a
single instance with them. They always break the
chills the first day that they are given. I can recom?
mend them as being the nest ague medicine that 1
have ev jr found, and they leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, as Quinine ftc.
Yours respectfully. A. WE8TBR00K.
PUTNAM Comm. GA. September 92,1868.
Dr. 0. S. Prophitl-Sir-I have used for the last
two years in my family your Liver Medicine, your
Pain Elli lt, and your.Ftmale Tonio, and 1 have no
fears in saying that they aro tbobest medicines I have
ever used for the Liver and Stomach. Neuralgic and
Rheumatic afflictions, Headache, Colic, and pains ot
every kind afb subdued by them. After using tbe
medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend them to
any and every one, and to aU that are afflicted, as the
best and safest remedies for all the diseases for
which they are recommended, ftc.
Yours respectfully, JAME8 WRIGHT.
UR, PROPHITT'S FEMALE TONIC.
This Medicine, with its associates, is a safe and
certain remedy for all curable diseases to which Fe?
males alone are liable It is also an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Blindness, or Nervous Dis?
eases in either malo or tomato. It ls a powerful Ner?
vino Tonic, setting up a full and free circulation
throughout the system.
All of the above Medicines sold by Druggists and
Merchants generally throughout tho Southwest,
ED: S. BURNHAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 421 King-street, (near CalbouD.i
Charleston, H. C.
Prepared only by DB. 0. 8. PROPHITT.
April 16 srotb6mos '.'evington. Ga.
F . f A .\ li \ I \ ,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 193 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, 8. C
THE ADVERTISER BEGS TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of the best Impertid and Domsa
Of his business he bestows the utmost personal care
and attention, and guarantees the PURITY of the
MEDICINES used ic com pounding.
Prepared carefully at all boure of the day and
SPECIAL AGE?S'C? FOB THE KALE OF
Messrs. GEO. TIE & ANN & CO.,
OE X^EW YORH.
HIS STOCK OF
Hair, Tooth and Nail Brashes.
18 LARGE AND WELL SF LE Cl ED.
\ctc. v lor tho rtaie cl thc te?tbro'.ed
Boeltbridge Alum Spring "Water,
A supply ol which ts al wave cu hand.
Which hove established for themselves a reputation
surpassed by nene.
Through constant effort and attention be hopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
bas hitherto been extended to brm.
February IC tn thal yr
(talion (Sins, (tic.
g W K T T ' S
This TIE can b? applied instantaneously (o anr
size bale; it requires no preparation w tate var.
Insert the hoop In th?
?coi said draw it tight tv
round the bate.
It adjosti itself to tbe bale, and is so simple that '
it can be applied by any one. >
When the lever of the
press is raised the tie will
fasten itself by the ont*
ward pressure of the bale.
K fresh supply of the above popular COTION
TIE just received and for sale by
HOOK HT .nf UK ?St CO?
AGENTS FOB SOOTH CABOLINA,
BO?CE'S WHABF, CHARLESTON.
Sept 9 tbsruH
Wim ra rATX.tr
WHICH aus no muya*.
Tbs Original tad edy
Nhill nrtee made, i
It can ho applied to
any Stair Rod, either,
?Round or Flat, and
|orevt-nts its slipping
rom its place. m
Ask for the
tmm Drop fixters,
?OLD rr lu
AND BUY NO ?THHC
HAM AHB WK
T STATU PTJATBS,
For Hotels, Restaarants and Public BaUdingtr
k MANUFACTURED BY
W. T. 4 J. MERSEREAU, 62 Duane St., M.Y
Aneust 13 Smoe
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SA El 5
Are most desirable for quality,,
finish and price./
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES.
COMBINATION LOOKS i
Please send for a catalogue to
MARVIN 4 CO.,
(oldest safe manufacturers)
_ . . . (205 Broadway, New York.
Principal j m Qhe8tnut St>> Phi]a>
Warehouses |108BanK St., ClevelA?d,0
And for sale by our agents in ti*
principal cities throughout-the
FOR SALE BY
\Vff. M. HIRD k CO A
No. 203 EAST BAY,
December 19 lr?
GtWIDKlCH.WINKMAai * CO.,
Direct '.i corters of European Drugs and Chemicals,
Mayg stutbiyr 'TJABI.ESTON. P. a
r\ o 1J O G y E ,
ftOPEBIOB TO TBE BE?T IM PO BHD XO
I.0?N2 WA??B, maoctsorured and sold wholesale
ana retan br Dr. H BABB. .
june 21 NA 191 Kcctin^street