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DAILY NEWS.
^THURSDAY MORNING. KEPTEMBEB l-?TlHt??.
COMMERCIAL.
Exports.
NEW YORK?SteaniHhlp Gmund.i?100 ]>alcs Cotton,
200 bbls Hostn, n? bags PuaautSL 4 nHbftwes sundries.
BOSTON?Bar. Starlight?Id hales Upland Cotton, 220
-tons Old Icon ami other metals.
__._. -
IVow York Money 5InrU??t.
Friday, Sept. 8.?The gold market has lieen steady.
ami loans have been made from six per cent, in tlnr <:ur
rettey, to one-sixteenth. The upeiliug price was 141',,',
from which there was a declino o? 'i, followed by n re
covery of ,v The dosing quotutlou was 141?,. The
stcsnicr Costa Rica, from Asplnwull, brought f?:i8,_r.7.
Foreign oxclisnga 1>?h b??eii ?lull, and sales of hankers'
bills at ninety ?lays have been made through house! as
l?w m loti'i, but the goueral rau? was um>. (,.? ?o'.ii..
Short nicht bills were ?[noted at WOJi (? 110.
Tbs iii?iii??y market shows no change, OKCCpUog in a
?liRht diminution iu tho dt'iiiand for loans, which are
jnaile freely at fi C?? Opcr cent.
Nor YarkProilucc Market.
Friday, .September B, (i P. M.?Tho Fi.oun market
was less active, but prices were well sustained, Tlio
nales uf Stute au?l Western couiprinc?l 9000 bbls. at our
?quotations. Southern Flour was moderately active and
linn, with sales uf uhout-iuo bbls:
Superfino State and Western Hour.$0 95 ?h 7 ?SO
ExtraStato. 7 HiW?) 7 !>."?
Choice State. H 00 ig) 8 111
Extra round hoop Ohio.? 7?lC<tJ !> 10
Common Southern. 0 ?50 (<j) 10 60
rancy aud extra ?lo.10 CO (3> 14 00
Cotton was in fuirly active ilemaml, and prices were
Without decided change. Tim sales were about _000
Bales, at our annexed ?ruotutious, the market closing
rather stronger. We quote :
Upland. Florida. Mobile. N. O. ?f- T.
Ordinary.35 3fl 37 38
Middling.? ** **H **:=
Alood Middling.40 . 47 47 48
The Government sales comprised C?H balcR Mobile, at
from V.l>?('ii4,.),,?c. ; 7:24 do, Savannah, at 24<_>4He. ; 2-0 do.
North Carolina, 30 lac. : !!l ?lo. Sea Islands, 127>.c; 25
Sea Islands, 71toH!ic., all cash.
Coffee.?The market was steady, with a good jobbing
demand, We hear of large transactions.
Gunny Baos were rather still; a few outside lots were
changing hands at 30<-, in currency,
d Gunny Cloth was steady at last quotations.
HIDES.?The market has been very active, and an ad
vance of M@lc. gold, t^ M?, has been obtained.
Hay was in steady request for shipping lots at 70c,
and retail lots ut R5_?95c.
Molasses was in rather better demand and firmer.
Tho salos Included 400 hh?ls. Porto Rito at 800080., and
80 h luis. Cuba Muscovado on private terms.
Naval Stoiies.?Bpirita of Turpentine was brought In
better reqnest by the onxicty of holders to realise, aud
was being offered freely even at a decline. Tho sales
comprised 5B0 bbls., at SI for whole lots uud $1.073- for
broken lote. Receipts pretty heavy. Crad c was in
steady demand, but also lower. The sales wcro 070
bbls., at f [email protected]. Rosins were in active request at full
prices. Wo note sales ?if 1000 bbls. comrawi ami black
at'[email protected]'?; 000 bbls. strained and No. 2 at $0.50?
ill, as to quality; nlso, 40? bbls. No. 1 aud primo pale
at $11.F)0@18. 'i'ar was in light request. We note, sales
of 25 bbl?. Washington at $7 iu small bbls., as it rune.
Of Pitch wc learn only of sales of 40 bbls. city at f 7<@B,
us to size.
Rice was active. A cargo of East India, consisting of
8500 bags, changed hands on private terms.
"13o"GAti woe more activo and a shade firmer for all dc
St-Ttption?, though not quotably higher. The soles of raw
wer?; IC60 hhds., including Cuba and Porto Rico, at 12(_.
I6J.?C. ; also 1329 boxes Havana at lil_A_7c.
Salt was Jobbing ut $4.25 for Ashton's, $.1._5 for Mar
Shnll's, $2.'?5 for Liverpool ground, aud SOOOOe. for
Went India, nctcash?the murket closing very llrm.
WILMINGTON, September 11.?Considerable quanti
ties of Cotton anil Naval Stores arc being brought In on
the difl'crciit railroads, hutas there is no change iu the
etagc of thn river, nothing has come in that way?moit
of the produce received to-day was for shipment to New
York.
Naval Stores.?Crude Turpentine has de<rlined 2u??)
_r?c. 1?. bbl. since Saturday. Sales reported to-day of 318
bbls. yellow dip at S'J.SOi?SS.CS.
Si'iniTs Ti'UVENTiSE is ?lull und nominal at CO _?<?5c. ;
we hear of no transactions.
ROSIXB.?None ?ifferiiig.
Tail?A small lot of 47 bbls. sold at former quotations,
Sn.coif,$o.
Cotton is quiet but firm. 20 bales were offered and
?old at aOfiSOe. for ordinary to middling.
Coiin is in demand and prices arc. high. Wc heard Of
fiO busbels being sold at $1.70, and 200 at (1.50? this is |
above the market. We think $1.25 a fair quotation by
the cargo.
POUT CALENDAR.
GOnWOTSS WEEKLY.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
Full M. nth, Rh. OtUl. inoru.jNew M. 10th, Bh. 27m. even.
Bast Q. 11th, llh. 36m. even.?First Q. 27th, Ph. '?4m. even.
.SEPTEMBER.
Mouday....
Tuesday_
Wednesday.
Thursday ..
Friday.
Saturday ...
Sunday.
sun. I MOON
RISES. I BETS. SETS.
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0...7
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G..43
{?..44
0..44
0..45
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6..40
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2..46
3..41
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4.18
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Arrivals a? Merchants Hotel, Sept. 13,1805.
Wm R Herron, Florence: Thomas Stenhouse, Colum
bia; William Sloan, do; Samuel Fesworth, St Btepden's;
Miss E D Britton, Sumter, S C; J N Corbctt, do; H J
Jenks, City; Capt U N Bateheller, 30th U S C T; Walter
Slcele, S C; J D Budds, Sumter.
Consignees ?er SoutU Carolina liailroad,
Sept. 13.
141 bales Cotton, 0 bales Bomcstics. and lot of Bog
Ring. To Willis <c Chisolm, G W Williams A Co, E H
Rodger? k Co. A Getty A; Co, Theo Stouey, T Bernstein,
and W 11 Easterby.
Passengers.
Per steamship Quaker City, from New York?M Pollt
_er, J H Hood, EMcMuUcn, H C StoU, Barbot, J Keni
fick, Mr McCullongh, G C GibbCB, 8 W Ely, F Bcnhaiu,
Capt Ijockwood, 8 Adklns, Miss Irving, E It Cowperth
wait, Mrs Cowperthwait, A Loryea, J E Cook, Mrs Pelot
and son, W T B?rge, R Tomlinson, Mrs J A Murray and
child, Miss Boag, Mrs Barbot and servant, Mrs Enston,
Mrs O T CaUlcot and child, Mrs Hooker, F J Witz and
-wife, C Ward, A Horn, S Martin, T B Ryan, Mrs Ryan, S
O Watson, F Muir, C Plenge, J B Barbers, H J Gr?er, J
M Greer, J K Heath and son, E Walker, H Harri?, E
Block, Vf L Webb, H W Webb. F A Sawyer, T W Bliss,
II L A Balk, F Itichards, Gcu Vf P Richardson, 3 Wood,
' '?aid others in the steerage.
Per steamship Grauoda, for New York?G R Cathcart,
M Wallace, B Feldman, Miss Kate Manie, Wm Langlcy,
Il A Amme, E Lohben, Geo C Hubbard, Mrs R A Canil
- ebon, W Muu.ro, L C Clarke, W C Banner, and 10 in the
steerage.
MARINE NEWS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday. [Sept. 13
. Steamship Quaker City, West, New York?left Snndav,
10th. lidze. To Thaddeua Street, BoUmann Bros, H W
Borre, H Bouboyroux, 8 C II B Co, J J Ryan, Allan _ Bid
don, Mias Stanley, Howe, Boucln i: Co, M A K, Altkcn,
Noyea 4; Johnston, W T B?rge k Co, C F Paiikulu B
O'Neill, F H Biio, J Klnney, H atender, Kenneth k Glb
*on, H C 8toll, Adama Expresa Co, C D Ahrena & Co, Q
"iv Almar, J W Brown A Co. H Bischof!, A Blachotr, B
Briggs, T M Bristol, Ravenel A Co, W M Bird & Co, H L
A Balk, E Block, A Bessie, 3 R Blgetow, T W Blias, 0
Bart, John A Cook & Co, L Cohen, F Conner A Co. W H
?Chafe??, G W Clark k Co, Glbbes k Co, Charleston Cou
rler, Cameron k Barkley, Morris, Hunt k Co. A Canale,
,8 GCourteuay. J k F Bawson, E L Bern lu g k Co, 3 B
Bnval A Son, E David, M Brake, Vf Bouglass, G Pa via A
Co, E Daly, W H Easterby, G H Eisenbach, C D Franke,
A Falk, Forrester k McL, J M Furber, Graiiltcvllle
MantU-cturlng Company, J H Graver, 3 k D Ooet_?r, J
O Gibbes, J Goldstern, T 8 Heyward k Sons, S G Haz
?rd, Hilton & Co, J UlUman. A M Holland, H Jager, H
Harris, J Herschflcld, J K Itt-atlt k Co, Jose Jara, A
Blear, B Johnson, H Klatto A- Co, F Kressel, Jno King k
Co, F Knauth, J Kavanangh, L Koenacke, A Loryea, P
Xee, C Lillientbal, G H Linstedt, A Middleton, J C Mal
lonee, L F Meyor, Vf McComh A Co, BF Moses. Mar
scher k Koestcr, Vf B Hcrlot A Co, J McCully, Morgan
Bros, Mantoue k Co, S R Marshall, J H A D Mullir, B
O'Neill k Son, J H Peteruian, G W Pond, G W Williams
A Co, C Plonge, H Panzcrhelter, F Qutnlan k Uro, John
Buss ell. J It Read k Co, L Schnell A- Co, C Strauss, G
richofleld, J E Lenlcko, E B Stoddard k Co. J 8elgllui/
C J Sickles, Skiver A' Beckham, O W SteffenB k Ce, J B
lognl. O Titjdomann, ? Voigt, J Van Winkle, J H Vol
lors, Van Holten, Taniacn k Co, W A Wardlaw, J E Cay,
"Wagner Bros, C Whittemoro k Bon, Geo Whlttemore, E
JI Rodgers k Co, Williams A- CoTert, J Wllev, F Wch
-nann, P C Korrigan, P Plnklnobn, j 8 Ryan, Carville k
-McCou?hlin, U Gerdts k Co, White, Smith k Co. Cahill
A-Co, Herman, Stonohill k Haas, G H Walter k Son, Jno
-Molt, T Gerachtr, Harnden Express Co, King k Caasl
?Ley, Mrs El) Murray. J B A Mnrphy, M MoseB, Mrs D
"TVastO, A FRtyenel, J BUrowsiy.R T. Hopaon A-Sut
Then, R L, N M H, Mr Barbe, T Kelly. A L, Mr Flaum,
, M PoUltzcr, D Jennlugs, and W J Bennett. On Mon
day afternoon at 3 P M, passed steamship Alhanibra,
?oundNorth; Wednesday, at 2.30 P M, passed stwrnship
,. <*ranada, siso bound North. .
Steamship General Nlierman, Pcndlelon, New York
left Saturday, 3.30 P M. Mdzc. To the Master Wm H
' ?Oillilttiid, J B Bin-id k Son, Theo Stoney, Fcrgnson k
-Holmes, H Gerdts k Co, Geo W Williams k Co, T Htreet
?ibbes A' Co, W H Easterby, O W Chirk k Co, A Canale'
E J H Flsber,,H H Knee,, t Schnell k .Co. 3 King k Co,
Bisher & Moore, H Bischoff, Adams k Damon, A Beanie,
Hollinan? Br6s, Morgan Bros, J A Armstrong, J E Cay,
V Levin, Jr, Morrla, Hunt k Co, Samt Wiley, N Hunt h
?on, Hunt, Morrla k Hunt, Il F Mosca, W J Bennett, J
M Eason, Rcnncker A Olover, W T Borge k ?o, Kcnlnck
?tSlU-ne, J Marlon, C O, Pucker, J ? M Clauaacn, Gran
-**?,
itoviUo Manufacturing Company, J It Bead k Co, W M
Bird A- Co, and T S Hoyward k Sons. / I
Sehr Francisco, Sinoot, Baltimore, 14 days. '2700
bushel? Oats, 500 bushels Con and Mdze. To Willis k
Cliisolin, P G Gaillard <V Co. L W Dnval .V Co, J It
Crook. A RChisoliu, .1 H Schall?, i C H Claussen. ? H
(?raver, P Cantwell, .1 l'milliug, F Krcssel. Mancher ?:
KooH.er, Ilolliiiaini Brou, L Neinnever. II Klatte Ac l'<>.
II Biselioff, Martin k Lindstrolil. H T IVake. W Ruches
ter, W Carriiigtoii k Co, A V?>u Dohlen. I' W Claus.?? n,
R M Butler, and W II Eastcrby.
Sloop Urceiilcaf, from Ashley River, filiales Sea Island
Cotton. To Theo Stoney.
Steamer Annie, Clark, New York. lf.O hales Hay and
Mdze. To Fcrgusou ?: Holmes, L Weiskopt. .1 W Brown
A- CO, G W Aiiuar, C A i: It G Cblsobn, U O'Neill, and
Order.
Steamer Can?nicos, Tiltoii, Hilton Head.
IN THE OFF1NO.
A .Schooner, unknown.
BELOW.
S??br Othello,-, Wilmington (NO. with Ordnance
Stores.
Cleurc.l V??ste?r.lay. [SUT. 13
Steamship (?ranada, Baxter, New York? T Street.
Bark UtOMigbt, Sparrow, Boston?P P Lock?.?."
Wont to Seo Yesterday. |.i:i-r. l.
Steamship Granada, Baxter, New York.
O/IIcc of the City RcgistrniwllUl nr-tloi-talfi'y
IIETUIIN OF DEATHS WITHIN TUF. CITT OF CHAItLKSTON"
J-JIOM THE ?In TO TUB ATI! SElTEMllfclt, 1800.
DISEASES.
Brain, DiseuHU of.
Consumption.
Convulsions.
Debility.
Dlarrh?ra.
Diphtheria.
Dropsy.
Dysentery.
Enteritis.
Fever, Bil, Item.
Fever, Ctinucstivc
Fever, Typhoid.
Heart, Disease of.
Hemoptisis.
Hoiipini; Conch.
Liver, Disease of.
Lungs, Divcase of....
Tetanus.
Teething.
Trismus Nascent i um.
HL-!- A COL ?.
M
Whitcs 17 ?Blacks and Colored 97. Total 44."
AoEi??6 linder 1 year: 12 between 1 ami6 years; 4 be
tween 5 and 10; 8 betwe?'n 10 and 20; 1 between 30and
Ml; 3 between .10 and 40; 7 between 40 ami B0; ' > between
50 and GO; 4 between 00 and 70; and 1 between t?0 and 00
years.
GEORGE S. PELZER, M. D., City Registrar.
METEOnOLOOIOAL OBSERVATIONS TOH THK WEEK EXPIWO
HEPTEMDER 0, 1805, UY OEOIKIE B. PELZEll, M. D., CITY
ntOIBTllAI?.
Septemtjeh, 'C5.
PAYS.
Sunday, ;td.
Momlay, 4th....
Tuesday, 5th...
Wednesday, fith.
Thursday, 7th...
Friduy, 8th.
BA-lOMETEll.
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Saturday. Uth... ?30.??CO 3il.?.4'->|30.??70 |
30.270
30.282
30.290
10.200 90.900
30.102130.200
30.294 30.2.14
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HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU,
FOR WEAKNESS ARISING FROM INDISCRETION.
The exhausted powers of Natnro which are uecoiiipaiiied
by no many alarming symptoms, among which will he
found, Indisposition to Exertion, Loss ?if Mtnicry,
Wukcfulucss, Horror of Disease, or Forebodings of Evil ;
in fact, Universal Lassitude, Prostration, and inability to
enter into the eajoym-?rtl of society.
The Constitution. ?.,__affected with Organic Weakness,
requires the aid of Medicine t?i strengthen and invigorate
the system, which HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU in
variably ?loes. If in? treatment in submitted to. Con
sumption or insanity ensues.
HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
In affections peculiar to "Females," is unequaled by
any other preparation, as in Chlorosis or Retention,
PainfiilucsB, or Suppression of Customary Evacuations,
Ulcerate?! or Schirms State of the Uterus; ami all com
plaints incident to the sex, whether arising from habits
of dissipation, imprudence in, or the decline or change
in life.
HEL??BOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU
IMPROVED ROSE WASH,
Will radically exterminate from the system Diseases
arising from Habits of Dissipation at little expense, little
or no change in dirt, no iiicuiieeiii-iic?; or exposure; com
pletely Kiipersciiiug those unpleasant and dangerous reme
dies, Copaiva and Mercury, in all these diseases.
USE HELMBOLD'S
FLUID EXTRACT BUCHU.
In oil Diseases of these organs, whether existing in
"Mate" or "Female," from whatever cause originating,
and no matter how long standing. It is pleasant in taste
and odor, "immediate" in action, and more strengthening
than any of the preparations of Bark or Iron.
These suffering from Broken down or Delicate Constitu
tions, procure the remedy at on?..
The reader must be aware that however sUght may be
the attack of the above diseases, it is certain to affect his
Bodily Health, Mental I\>wers, and Happiness.
All the above diseases require the aid of a diure tie.
HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU
Is the Great Diuretic.
IIELMBOLD'S HIG??L? 0NCENTRVT ED
COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT 8 A R8 A PA RILL A,
For purifying the blood, removing all chronic constitu
tional ?liseuses, arising from an impure state of 'he
blood, and the only reliable and effectual known remedy
for the cure of 8crofnla, Scald Head, Salt Rheum, Pains
and Swellings of the Bones, Ulc?ration of the Throat and
Legs, Blotches, Pimples on the Face, Tetter, Erysipelas,
and all scaly emintions of the skin,
AND BEAUTIFYING? THE COMPLEXION.
Not a few of the worst disorders that effect mankind
arise from the corruption that accumula ten in the blood.
Of all the discoveries that have been made to purge it
out, nono can equal in effect HELMBOLD'S COMPOUND
EXTRACT OF 8AR8APARILLA, It cleanses and reno
vates the blood, Instils the vigor of health into the sys
tem, and purges out tho humors which make disease. It
stimulates the healthy functions of the body, and expels
the disorders that grow and rankle in the blood. Such
a remedy that could be relied on, has long been sought
for, and now, for the first timo, the publie bavo ono on
which they can depend, Our space hero does not admit
t of certificates to show its effects, but the trial of a singlo
bottle will show the aick that it baa virtues surpassing
anything they have over taken.
Two tablespoonfula of the Extract of Sarasparllla added
to a pint of water is equal to the Lisbon Diet Drink, and
one bottle is fully equal to a gallon of the Hyrup of
8arsaparilla, or the decoction as usually made.
SOf THESE EXTRACT8 HAVE BEEN AI/MITTED
TO USE IN THE UNITE??TATFS ARMY, and are also
in very general use in nil the State HOBP1TAL8 and
PUBLIC SANITARY INSTITUTIONS throughout the
land, as well as In private practice, *ml are considered
as invaluable remedies.
See Medical Properties of Ruchu,
FROM DISPENSATORY OF THE UNITED 8TATE8.
. See Professor Dewee's valuable works on the Practice
of Physio. .
See remarks made by the late celebrated Dr. Physic,
of Philadelphia.
Seo remarks made by Dr. Er un ai m M'Do well, s cele
brated Physician and Member of the Royal College of
Surgeons, Ireland, and published in the Transactions of
the King and Queen's Journal.
See Medico Chirurgical Review, published by Bkk
s am in Tb AVEiif, Fellow Royal Colicu? of Surgeons.
See most of tho Uto Standard Works of Medicine.
EXTRACT BUCHU,
"SARSAPARH.LA."
PRINCIPAL DEPOT- W * " ^^^
HELMBOLD'S ,...<- .
?III ? AND mUMKAh WAREHOVSE,
September *f jmo No, QM BROADWAY.
GOOD NEWS POR ALL !
RE-ffENING OF THE TRADE IN CHARLESTON
MMENSE ?TTKACTION AT THE
WHOLESALE SHOE HOUSE,
! No. 133 MEETING-STREET,
j3ST^-i3i-is_ei_e_D IjST issg,
18 NOW RS-vTENED AFTER A SUSPENSION OF FOUR YEARS, WITH GREATER FACILITIES
THAN EVER.
THE PROPRIETOR NOW OFFERS FOR SALE
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Trunks, &c, &c.
AT WHOLESALE ONLY, AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE QUOTATIONS, AND RECEIVING IM
MENSE CONSIGNMENTS SEMI-WEEKLY FROM THE LAUGEST AND MOST RELL_P,LE MANU
FACTURES.
THE PROPRIETOR TAKES PLEASURE IN CALLING THE ATTENTION OF 1TIE TRADE, THE
LOCAL MERCHANTS OF THE STATES OF GEORGIA, TENNESSEE, ALABAMA AND FLORIDA, TO
THE EXTENSIVE STOCK OF
BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, TRUNKS, ETC., ETC.
ORDERS NEATLY AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
EDWARD DALY,
AGENT FOR MANUFACTURERS.
AiiRunt 17 imo
boots, shoes7t_-Itnks1lni) hats!
-0
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENT FOR THE SALE OF
BOOTS, SHOES, TEUNKS AND HATS,
BY SEVERAL OF THE MOST PROMINENT MANUFACTORIES AT THE NORTH, AND NOW
LOCATED AT
t
No. 138 Meeting-street,
I offer this choice stock of Goods for sale by the
_PA-CK_A_a_E O jNT I_ Y .
THE TRADE WILL PLEASE NOTICE.
EDWARD DALY, Agent.
AiiRiiRt 17 Imo
FERTILIZER FOR COTTON, ETC.
_M^l_P_ES9
NITROGENIZED SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
FOR COTTON, TOBACCO, WHEAT, CORK, <&c.
COMPOSED OF DRIED BLOOD, BONES, gULPHUJUC ACID, PERUVIAN GUANO, SULPHATE OF AMMONIA,
POTASH AND SODA.
Large Silver Medal awarded 1850, liy the American Institute of New York?Patented 1859?r?rfcct uni
formity of quality? Testimonial? from hundred? who have used it f??r yearn?Doe ?not <xh:iu?t tho
land hue Guano.lmt permanently improve? it?Out? hundred pound- of Nitrogenized ?Superphos
phate of Lime will equal in eft'ect aim lasting power one hundred and eighty-live pound- Peruvian
Guano? Produce.? heavier IioIIh of Cotton, and greater weight of Wheat aud other Grain, per bushel,
than Peruvian Guauo?Prevent? Rust.
Mem* FiBlicr k Haskell, Cotton Planters ot Newborn, N. C, write, July. IMS, as follows :
?The Phosphate ofLhuo we purchased <>f you givci. ?nod satisfaction. Last year wo applied fifty-flv?? (55) tons to
three hundred and sevinty-nv?i (:i75) a< res of land fur cotton, say about (?HM)) three hundred pooodaper acre. We rul>
iwd the seid in the Phosphate, aud also sowed it in the drill with Uio seed at the time of planting. On a portion of
the land we applied a top dressing nf the Lime at the Mecnd hoeing, 'f hrmi?bont the K-SOU the ?-otton plants grew
well?the leaves were ?if a ?lark, healthy color, and no Iiukt " was seen un the. plantation. The ravagea of the
army worm prevented us from HialWltg the benefit from our outlay for the Lime in lull, still the larga number of
partly grown bolls and forms gave some idea of what the crop would have been could lliey have matured. Al
though we saved a large qiiuntUv of manure on the place last year, our coii-dcnco in Die vuhie of ypur Phosphate
led u? to purchase of you last spring seventy tons, one-half of which we used ourselves, ami the batanee was
bought for a friend, who was satisfied of its worth in cotton culture. At the time of writing this, our crup is look?
ing finely, and promises an abundant yield. Ono portion of our plantation cousists or highlands with a clay sub
soil, running near the surface; the remainder is tlal and indiueil to be sandy. The owner of the plai-e tells us that
he did not succeed with cotton on this last part; but owing, as wu think, to the liherul use ?d your Fho?phutc, we
have now a good crop growing open it. This Is but the aecoud ktuts?m of cotton growing with us; still, from our
expert?-?-? thua far, we do not hesitate to recommend your Phosphate of Lime as a manure well aduptcd to the
want? of tho cotton planter."
N-W-Eimr, 8. C, October, I860.
Professor J. J. Mapes? _><rar Sir: I bought twenty bags of your Nitrogcnizcd Superphosphate of Lime, of
your Agents, Messrs. H.iN.K. Solouion, Hamburg. 9. C. (who solicited a statement of its effects), aud applied it
to forty acres of my poorest cotton land.
ThiB land is on the public road, where its effects were seen. My neighbors, who are acipiaiuted with the land,
were astonished at the luxuriant growth of the cotton where I used your Superphosphate. It produced better cot
ton, ami a larger amount, than on my good laud; less work was needed in making the cotton than on my other
land. Sol apartide nf rust was to be seen whore I appliod your Superphosphate, while the rust prevailed over
every other portion of the crop.
Respectfully yours, DAVID PAYNE.
Note.?Mr. Payne's good land compares favorably with the beat cotton lands on tho Saluda Hiver. The Saluda
bottoms arc proverbial for producing large quantities of cotton.
COTTON.
Columbia, 8. C, October 18,18E9.
Mr. J. J. Mates?Dear Sir: In reply to yours of the lBt inst, 1 cheerfully state: 1 have used Mapes* Nitro,
genized 8uiK?rpbosp_ate of Lime on my coMon of tbe?pro_cnt year, and am perfectly satisfit with its yield.
I can recommend it to my neighbors with confidence, as a pure and effective manure, and would give it the
preference to any other hi the market.
Yours, respectfully, THOS. DAYIS.
Mr. CharieB V7. Mixon, of Edenton. ?_howan County, N. C, writes to Mr. Bockover:
In regard to Mapes' Phosphate it workeil admirably for mo, the product being fully equal If not superior to
both the manures before, mentioned. It did not start the young plant as early as either the other manures; but it
seemed to retain its color and poda much better, orut no symptom of rust was ever seen where it was applied_all
the laud I planted in cotton being about the same quality and strength. CHAULES Vf. MIXON.
Extract from a letter from Colonel Gideon Dowse, of lierziiia, near Augusta, Ga., August, IflfiO :
J. J. Mates?Dear Sir: I have no hesitation in saying that on my own farm your tjuperphosphate has been,
and is now, superior in its effects, where I have applied it on my cotton, to either lot-manure or cotton seed; and,
as compared to the land without manure in the same field (in my opinion the only true way to test it), it Is as four
to one in the number of grown bolls, and as ton to ono in the young fruit and forms, to favor of the Superphos
phate.
This opinion is formed from a close and critical examination by my overseer and myself. There is ono result
from its application, which, if it had nothing else .to recommend it, is of incalculable value, and that is, it does
seem to guard against that worst enemy of the cotton plant, namely, the rust.
I have applied it to land that invariably rusts cotton, and there is as yet not a sign of rust in it, while the same
kind o? lana just adjoining ib completely nuuea ny it a-rcaay.
This experiment couftrnis that made by Mr. Lomas, of 8. O., last year; and I am fully persuaded that any plant
manured with it does withstand a drought better and keeps green longer than with any other application tliat haa
come under my notice. I have seen cotton, corn, okra, melons and other garden plants, that have kept green
during the terrible drought that has bo completely destroyed all our gardens, and my nutmeg melons are as green
and blooming as bcanUrt?lly as in spring.
I have written this as the result of my judgment from close observation. When I shall have gathered my crop?
it will give me pleasure to give you the result from actual weight and measure,
- Yours, GIDEON DOWSE.
Extract from Weekly Day-Boole:
New Yobk, October 39, IM9.
""tVe bave, in the course of an extensive agricultural correspondence, gathered evidence of tho superior value
of Mapca' Nitrogenized Superphosphate of Limo upon the cotton fields of tho South, where Peruvian Ouano had
been used with partial success. . Tue bolls have been heavier, and of greater number, the yield of cotton per acre haa
been larger, and what is also of "the greatest consequence, no rust is discovered in cotton fluids where this article Is
applied, to which may be added its peculiar lasting power of fertilization, and its comparative cheapness. These
facts have come to us in correspondence from parties who have used other like agents, and who give this by far the
highest praise.
"We have arrived at the conclusion, after considerable experiment ourselves, and of careful search for tho re
sults of the trials of others, that Mapes' Fertilizer has more of the property needed in a general manure, lu horticul
ture and agriculture, thou any thing else of tho kind wo are acquainted with."
Edoetield, 8. C, October 10,1860.
J. 3. Mapes, Esq., New York?Dear Sir: 1 bought four tonB of yonr Supernhosphato of Lime for my cotton
crop, also some guano, and hove tried them side by side on the same quality of land. Net a particle nfrust was to
be seen where your Superphosphate was ubc-1; and I alao applied atable manure on a portion of my land. The
cotton had tho rust when tho latter was used. The yield of cotton was splendid when the Superphosphate was
used, despite the extraordinary dry year. When I applied tho other manure the yield was not good.
I applied tin: BiipirphoBpbBto at the rate of 100 lbs. per acre, and believe it would have paid better If I had put
more per acre.
I sold my cotton In Hamburg yesterday at *m'o. por pound over tho usual market price. The lint was consid
ered very strong and heavy. I consider yours a reliable manure.
Yours, truly, . JAMES M. LANHAM.
Among tho many patrons of this manure are the following gentlemen, who have tcnUii-?1 in tho highest terms
of its value:
Dr. N. Crawford, Columbia Co., Ga. ; W. n. T. Walker, U. S. A., Mobly Pond, Qa.: L. Berckmane, Augusta,
Gtt.; J. P. Brown, Big lako Plantation?.jCarllslo P. B. Martin, Macon, Ga.; E. M. Pendletou. Sparta, Ga.; Colonel
Goodwin, Columbia, 8. 0. ; and many others in all the Southorn states, whose names can be found in a pamphlet
published fry CHARLES V. MAPES, General Agent for the Manufacturer, No. VU Water-street, New York.
tar frico f00 per ton (2000 pounds), l? barrels,
Liberal discount? albwed, and Circular, etc., with nonio and business address, furnished gratis to responsible
houses acting as agents,
BONE DUST, GUANO, etc., furnished by cargo or by tho ton, Orders for tho Superphosphate of Lime will be
ccclvtd by. August 14
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Over $r>l? and not over $1000.25
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CONTRACT, Broker's note, or memorandum of
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nart thereof.50
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Over BOO gallons.25
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Over $Ul and not over $'.<?.25
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