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FELDA*" MORNING, OCTOBER ll. 18b".
A si JIMER S II O W i? R
"foibrt'i DtJucunt /ot tm "
BY H EKB Y TIMBEO.
Welcome rain or tempest
I rom yon airy powers.
We have languished for tn.; lu
Many sultry hours,
And earth is sick and wan. sud pines with all her flow.re
What have they bren dom j
In the burning June ?
Riding with the genii?
Visiting the moon ?
Or sleeping on the ice amid an arctic uoou !
Bring they with them Jewels
From the sunset lands 7
What are these they acatter
With such 1 avian, hands ?
'J jere we no brighter gems in Raolconda'a sands.
Pattering on tba gravel
Dropping from the eaves,
Glancing m the grass and
Tinkling on the leaves.
They nash the liquid pearls, aa Hung from fairy sievss
Earth like Dans lies;
Listen I ls lt fancy.
That beneath us six hs.
As that warm lap receives the largesse ut the skies y
Jove, it is, descendeth
Tn those crystal iills;
And this world-wide tremor
Is a pulsa thst thrills
To a god's bte inJcsed through veius ut velvet hills.
Wait, thou jealous sunshine :
Break not on their buss;
Earth will blush in roses
Many a day for this,
And bend a brighter brow beneath thy burning kiss.
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PJxport* Tor thc Week ciidlus TUuvsday,
BALLT \X. N S- 1 er H-R sc ar Prince of Wile* - 5S.7S4 feet
Lumber. 2 Spare conta mng 1000 feet, 50 bbb Fitch.
3 hall tierces Bice.
BOSTON-Per steamship George ll Upton-1 bale Sea
Island Cotton, G5C bale* Upland Cotton. 69 tea Bice,
M bale? Raes. 5 boxe? Mdze, 1 bundle Hulee, 3 bales
Wire, 18 tons Iron, 28 bundle? Sugar Cane, 43 casks
NEW YOBS-rer st amship Manhattan-787 bales Cot?
ton. 9-2 tea Bice, 100 bbLs Rosin, 189 .bales Domestics
and Yarn, 129 Empty Bola, 27 Packages, 7 bbla Fruit,
2 Ibis ?Va.-. 1 rod Wire Cloth, 1 Horse, 1 bale Skins.
- Fer steamship Alabama-696 bal?6 Upland Cot?
ton. 19 bags Sea tVknd Cotton, 62 tes Bice, 4 bales
iarn, 3 bales Bagging, 113 Empty Bbis, and si P:*.k
Up'cs ...fit ateatusnip E B Sonder-175 tierces
Rite, Tl i baisa Cotton, 153 bales Dome-rttca, 25 bales
Yaru. 7 nundle* Leathei, 5 Obis Rosin, 3 bbl* Oil. 7
bbb* Fruit, 2 casr-s Bootu, IOU packages Suudrle*
.pPr sehr Jonas Smith -VIM barrels Spit its
. Turpentine, 40 bbb Crude Turpentine, 200,000 teet
Limber aud Board?. 7 Irou b?te?, 117 packages
Hardwaro.Per sehr Matti;; E Taber- ltW.OiH)
teet limber, 35,01 0 feet Board?.Por sehr Onsen
Of the We.-t-200.?U.I teet ;':.>oriug Boards.
I HILAPKLPHIA-Per steamship Allianca-252 bal
Cotton. 80 bales Yaru. 21 bides Rags. 110 casks Clay,
5 bbls spirits Turpentine. 10 pair Railroad Wheals,
100 pkgs Mdze.
BAI.TIMOR! - Pei -steamship Sea Gull-17? bales Cot
ton, 1 hhd Hides and Skins, 18 bales HidiS and
Skins, 21.0O) feat Lumber, 0 Packages, 19 bundles.
Empty Ban*.Per sehr SiMD Scull-150,000
THE CHARLESTON MARKET,
tO* TIIK WEEK ENDING THURSDAY, OCTOBKB ld.
COTTON.-Notwithstanding the heavy decliue which
hu lately talceu place in the article, prices keep up i
steadily falling character, and the business of the past
week baa boen at receding rates, tho market here having
quoted on the first day of the week : Low Middling at
17; Midduu* ' ut 17X018C., and Strict MiddUng at
lsVilsi;.-. ~& closed yesterday at 15@15l< for
Low Middling, IC for Middling, and 17c. V lb for strict
Middling Cotton, Liverpool during the same time having
declined *i?3-16d., say from 8>a'd. to 8 6-lGd.@8?;d., and
New York lrom l.!,?'2c. fi lb, say from 21@ 19ii cu.
Purchasers have couflned their attention almost exclusive?
ly to the finer qualities, to the entire neglect of common
Cotton, which have been dull and fiat during the week.
The receipts a' thia point begin to exhibit S marked
increase, and have been 34 bal'-, of Sea Island and 5080
balea Upland Cotton, against 17 bales of Sea Island and
3886 bales Upland the week before, "nd 210 bales Sea
Island and 2453 bales ot Upland Cotton for the corres?
ponding week last year.
The following statement will show the business done
in the article herc for the week jost terminated :
On Friday, October 4, a good demand prevailed
during the first of the day on a basis of 17c.
fl lb. tor Low Middling, 17>? @ 18c. fl for
Middling, sud 18^ @ Ulfe, fl tb- for Strict Mid?
dling; but information coming to hand announc?
ing that the English market had receded J.d. fl
ft., say from s ;.d. to S,v,d., the demand slackened, and
the transactions afterward were quite light, at an irregu?
lar declina ol a K to },'c. fl 1b,; but the operations were
too limited, and prices too unsettled for quotations to
be given. Sales ot the day 350 bales.
On Saturday the staple waa dui. and prices irregular,
the demand being almost exclusively for the better quali?
ties of the staple, which were sold, in some instances, at
ratos a >?C, down-the transactions amounting to some
266 balea. MiddUng being quoted nonilnaly at 17c, and
Strict MiddUng at 17 ? 18c. fl tb.
On Munday the market was inactive, buyeis wanting
only good qualities, and for which they o tiered decUning
prioes. the rates faUing off from a half to one cent per
ft. Sales about 100 bales, Low Middling being quoted
at 151,, Middling ut ICM. and Strict Middling at 17c.
On Tuesday the demand was moderate, but pnces
were firmer; eales ITO bales, the rates remaining quota,
On Wednesday the market opened active, with hill and
firm prices; but later in the dsy a decline having been
reported in the English market, the ataple here became
easier, and some tranaacUoi.8 took place at a concession
m price, ?ales 600 bales. Low Middling being quoted at
15v Middling at 16 a 16'?, and Strict Middling at 17
Yesterday prices wore easier to the extant of S?c. per
ft. decline. Sale* 265 bales, vit: 23 at IC, 16 at 15S', 20
st 15,V 63 st 16, 24 at 16J<, 9 st 16},', 94 at 17. We quote.
Liverpool classification, Low Middling. 15al5.l?; Mid?
dling, IC; Strict Middling. 17.
SKA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals continue extremely
light, a&d hsve only amounted to some 3i bales lor the
week, composed ot Sea Islands sud Floridas. The market
continues inactive, and tht only transacUont have baan
a few bales ol flue Sea Islands on private terms.
S. hl'd CTpfd. Bice.
Stock ou hand Sept. 1.1867. 182 810 180
Received this week. 34 6080 538
Received previously. 33 6770 338
239 ll, a, J 1046
Experts- & It'd. Up'J. Hice.
This week. 30 '.?869 233
Previously. 63 4166 143
City and local
73 7035 bec
Total exports sud local cousuinpUou W 7U35 666
Stock on hand and on shipboard_ 16C 4625 380
un ima LAST YEAB.
S. VU. Upfd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept. 1. 1866. 235 6300 ....
Received this week. 210 2163 _
Received previouelv. 164 6892 61
N. L d.
322 11.302 40
lotei exporta. 322 11.302
Block en hand and on shipboard_ 277 2343 ll
RICE.-The arrivals during th- week amouut to about
8,000 bushels of Carolina Rough, and 78 tierces cloan
the latter from Qeorgetown, South Carolina Under
increasing supplies the article has a lower tendency
and prices have f radually needed during the week. We
note sales of about 600 tierces of clean Carolina, say
SO tierces broken at 7.H ; 26 at 7J?; 25 at 7"?; 102 do prime
?t e\, and 189 do on private terms. Yesterday 90 tierces
prune a. ld at 8;,. and 30 do at b>,c fi lb. New Caro
lins Rough is selling at SI 50 (a) $2 00 per bushel.
NAVAL STORES.-There has been received about
900 bbl?, ?osin, and 200 bbls. Spirits. We note sales
sf Pale to Extra Pale at ?5 50 ft (6 00 per bbl. No.
st 13 50 ? .?4 00. No Common on the market. The
Spirits was aold as it run at Sic. per gallon. No Crude
Parpen tin ci received.
SAY -Tho receipts o? tels arUciu have been light and
we learn of no wholesale transactions.
CORN -Tbc market continuos without arrivals and
th? stock in the hands ot dealers is alowiy dtrninlahing.
The transactions are only in a retail way at $1 ?501 65 r
bushel, weight, baga included, tor good to prime Corn
OATS.-The business in thu r. raia is confined to the
loee! retail trade. The arrival have been about 2000
bushelp, consigned to dealers for the local trade.
FLOUR -Flour continues to stiffen in price, and deal
ara here have advanced their rates about 50c. ft bbl.
luring the week. We note sales ot Southern Super at
U2?$12.60 fi bbl.; Southern Extra st $13 ^ bbl., aud
Family ?t-tU fl bbl. With the advance in the price of
southern Flour, dealers Lave imported to a limited ex
tent of new Northern and Western, which is selling at
m.60@$12.00 tor Super, and $12.50? $13.00 fl bbl. for
BAOON.-The stock of meat ia moderate, and with a
lair demand ; holder? have generally obtained firm
prices. The market Is supplied with inferior m. ut, but
it sells at rates too ir. eg ular to be quoted. We quote
prime Shoulders at l5}?@16J? cents fl ft. ; prime Bibbed
Sides at 13>? cents fl ft., and prime Clear Ribbed Sides
it 19>?@20 cents fl ft. Belly Bacon and Strips is lu
air supply and good demand at 18 cents fi ft.
- SALT.-The stock of this article la light and the en?
quiry continues moderate. We renew our previous
ates for jobbing lots-say $2-60@2 75 f? sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market is fully supplied with
his article and buyers are purchasing only to a limited
ixtent We note salea during the week at 25@2.' >?, cents
Or large lots, and 25>?@2G cents fi yard for smaller
luantities. Dundee Bagging. 44 Inches, 1? lbs. to the
ard, is sold at 30@35 cents. Sea Island Bagging, 45 | |
aches wide, 2 tbs. to tl e yard, ls held st 60?65 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the usc of Iron Ties, the
temsnd for Bope ls very light and prices u. -miar, and
omewhat nominal at quotations. We quote h-.^p at
8?14 cents fl ft. : Greenleaf at Mig, 15 cents, asd .Tuteat
2 cents fi ft.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton are coming into
iee. and DIIAO .'S Universal ?ie. WM. ROACH, Agent,
he Arrow Tie, R. MCBE 4 Co., Agents, the BEARD'S Tie
JEOBGB W. WILLIAMS V Co., Agents, and the WAILET
3uckle Tie. STREET BROTHERS & Co., Agents, are offer
.d in thia market at luM.ail2}a cents fl ft.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The stock of Timber and
Lumber baa become quite light, and the limited supply
M held at rates rather above our quotauons, which for
:he present are somewhat nominal. We quote Common
Timber $4?$5 fi M. Mill Timber ?6??9 fi M, and
Ihipping Timber at iii fi M. Raft Lumber is
lolling at $13? ?15 fi M, aud City Steam Sawsd at $13
?$35 fl M.
FREIGHTS-To Liverpool, there are signs or some
l?Ttty, snd thre6 vesseu have been placed os tho barth
Fe quote the rate at %?. on Upland and }?d. oa Sea
islands. To Havie. nomiual. To the West indies
lotbing offering. Coastwise-To New York, bj steam.
13 00 f* bale on Sea Islands and Uplands; $1 6ot?$2 00 fl
lerce on Rice , by sail, $1 50@2 00 ? bal? on Cotton,
md on Rice$100?l 25 fi tieice. To Boston, by steam,
l^c, fl ft. on Cutten and $2 00 fi tierce un Rue, by sail,
>iic. fl ft-"on Cotton. To Ptiiladolphia l? oent fi ft. on
Jpland Cotton by steam, and - cent fi lb, by sail,
io Baltimore, by steam, He 'fl ft- on Cotton, ?1 50 fi
ierce on Rice . these steamers tike freight for Philadel
dna. On Lumbei. by sail, to New York, Philadelphia an j
laltonore st f? M. and on Timber ?9?10 fl M.
EXCHANGE. Sterling Bills-the rate yesteida? waa
54 i, for sixty days bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHAKUE. The banks are purchasing
light Checks ou New ?Olk at i, per cent, off: five
o ten days. 1ott ; itu lo Ufteeu days, l? oft;
wenty to twenty-five days, 1\' per cent, off;
hlity days. 2 pet] cent oil They sell-Sight Checks
in at par.
GOLD -The brokers were yesterday buying st 12 snd
MOBILE, October 6 -COTTON-The demand to day
ms more general, with a very regular market. Sales to
Le extent ot 1500 bales were made at 18>i a Vie tor Mid
LUng The market closed a;.
AUGUSTA, October 9.-COTTON-The- market opened
very Arm with good aemand, and sales of New York
Middling wore made at 17c. Soon after advices from
Liverpool reported a far tb or decliue, which checked
operat io s. Sill] lator and more unfavorite advices
from New YOrk and Liverpool completely unsetilod tho
market, and nothing, baa since been done. Bales of the
day amounted to 268 balea, as follows: 9 at 15??, 7 al 16,
1 at 16 V. 15 at 16.'4. 6 at 16 3-5, 23 at 16>,', 51 et 16\, 126
at 17, 1 at 17.S, and 21 bales at unknown pricos. The re
ceipts were 437 halos.
WHKAT-White $2 50 a 2 75. Tied 12 20 a 2 50.
COHN-White $1 55 a 1 60; yellow and mixed *140.
BBCON-Shoulders 17; R Sides 19; C R Sides 2U a 21; C
Sides 21 ; Hams 22 a 25.
new Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, October 5-COTTON-The same
causes wnich checked the movement yesterday have re?
stricted operations to-day. In fact the supplies offering
w. re even ot less extent, and with so little scope afford?
ed, buyers stood aloof, preferring to await the better as?
sortment looked for on Mouday and Tuesday. There
was, nevertheless, considerable looking around, but iu
many cases the parties were unable to dud the styles
required, and consequently withdrew.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock ou baud 1st September, 1867. bales-15,256
Received to-day. 1.166
Recel.red previously. 11.131- 12,317
Cleared :o-day. 1.649
Heired previously. 6,875- 8,534
Stook ou band and on shipboaid. 19,04?
WILMINGTON, October 9.-TURPENTINE-Ha? de?
clined 25 cents, and we quote sales of 93 bbls. at $4 for
virgin and yellow dip, and $2 60 for hard. V 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE.-The. market to-day bas ruled
s toady, and tho sales ar? 173 bbls. at 63 a OS S cents, and
218 do. at 53i? a 54 cents ft gallon.
ROSIN.-Sales of 839 bbls. at 93 35 a S3 30 for strained,
$3 371,' for No. 2, and ?4 for No. 1.
COTTON.-12 bales middling sold at 16(; cents %i
HAT.-66 bales Kastern sold from wharf at $1 15 V
TIMBER.-Two r?:is sold at $7 60 a ls y M. for ordi?
BALTIMORE. October 8.-COFFEE-Market quiet. We
have only to notice sales of 200 bags low grade Rio at 14
a 14?4-; 150 bags prime do 18V gold.
COTTON-Remains catt. No sales to-day. We quote
Middling Upland at 20c.
FLOUB-Our market was quiet D- lay. There la a fair
inquiry, but buyers are not disposed to meet the views
of holders. Suies routined to small lots for local wauls;
includedfwas 125 bbls fine at $9.
GBAIN-Receipts of Wheat to-day were composed of
15:15 bushels white and 36C6 bushels red; demand waa
not so brisk and pri?es barely as Arm aa yesterday,
though not quotably lower. No sales of white reported,
though we hear there were some smaU lota taken at S3 60
a 2 60; no prime or CLvOloe. 1000 bushels good to strlctlv
choice red b routh t $2 60 a 2 85; 300 bushels common
$3 30 a 2 35. Corn-700 bushels white sod 450 hussels
yellow were all that were offered to-dav. Hales include
250 bushels white at ll 85; 600 bushels do 1136; 450
bushols yellow ll 43. Oats-5200 bushels received; mar?
ket unchanged. Sales of 1200 bush la good to prime 70 a
72c. Rye-900 bushels received; demand good lind
prices higher. Sales of 760 busher, choice Pennsylvania
ll 65; 30 bushels prime do ll 60; KO huahels darno ll 40
MOLASSES-We report kale or cargo 309 hhds, 41 tierces
Cuba, ex sehr Jonas Smith, taken for boiling; prices not
PROVISIONS-Early iu the day there was a salo of 40
casks rib Bacon Sides, to the trade, at 17>ac subsequent?
ly held firm at 17 "ic and for jobbing lots 18c; Bacon
Shoulders steady at 14.\ a 15c, and clear rib Sides 18)? a
I3lj'c; no change in Hams; Bulk Meats nominal; none in
the market. Mess Polk scarce and firm at 125 60 for
Western. Lard steady at 14 ',c for City, and 15c for
Weatern; latter in jobbing lots.
RICE-Very little offering, but no demand, and price?
in absence of sales quite nominal.
SALT-With steady fair demand we quote for lota from
dealers, as before, viz : Liverpool Ground Alum 12 25 a
2 30; fine 13 a 3 20 per sack; Turk's Island 56 a 60 per
bushel, tor large and small quantities fi om store.
SUOAR-Market to-day >? to \c better. We report
sales of 1200 boxes Cuba at ll??c. being on the basis of
Viii c for No 12; 69 hhda Cuba good fair refining at 12 S ;
10 do prune grocery Porto Rico 14>?c, 303 hhds, 68 boxes
Cuba centrifugal, ex Valencia, terms not transpired.
WHISEET-Notniug reported, and it is still difficult to
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post, of Tuesday, Oct ..Dev 8th,
Gold is easy tor delivery to-day. About noon loans of
currency on gold as collateral were made without inter?
est. Earlier in the day five a seven per cent, wee paid to
carry over balancea ibo price baa been steady, and the
transactions considt rabie.
The loan market ls easy at 7 fl cent on call, but there
ls a good demand. In discounts no change is reported
and choice billa pass at 7 a 9. The banks aro lending j
more freely and the drain of currency seems lesa press?
ing now that the country bausa have completed their
statements for quarter day. These reports are now
looked for with some anxiety, and it ia hoped that they
will be promptly published by the Currency Bureau.
The stock market, ls feverish. Governments opened
firm, especially the ten-forties, in which certain specula?
tors aro reported to be trying to manipulate a corner, aa
the supply on the market ls small. With a view to kelp
this movement forward, tho attempt* recently made to
produce an impression in the public mind that the ten
tomes will be paid in coin, while the fire-twenties
will not be paid in coin, have been very adroitly used
by the clique, in seven-thirties there ls not much
doing, ss the government ha* discontinued it* purchases
for the present.
Railroad shares are feverish anil lower, the speculation
turning chiefly on Erie, which Hue tua te? very rapidly un?
der varioua rumors about the result of the election to?
day, and the probable result thereof upon the business
of the road sud the speculation in the stock.
NEW YORK, October 8.-FLOUR. Ac-The market
for Western und Stete Flour la little more active, but
with .arger offerings the low snd medium grade* are 10 a
16c lower. Family branda ?*..?> unchsngod.
The sales are 16.000 bbl* at I? ll) a 9 80 tor
Superfine State and Western ; 110 16 a lu 90 for
Extra Sute; 111 10a ll 40 for fancy Sute; 110 46 a ll 25
for the low grades ot spring Wheat, Western Extra;
MO 40 a ll 40 for chipping Ohio; 111 75 a 14 90 for trade
and family brands or Ohio, Michigan an J Indiana; and
(14 s 16 50 for St. Louis Eitras.
Southern Flour ls easier on common grades. Sales ol
760 bbl* at 110 70 a 12 for common to good Baltimore
and country Extras, and 112 70 a 16 for trade and family
GRAIN -The Wheat market te 2 a 3c butter; thl* Im?
provement is most noticeable In spring, wldch ls less
plenty. Winter is Irregular. White is firm, while amber
is lower. The demand is mainly for export.
Oats are excited and quite active. Tbe aale? are
190.000 bushels Ohio aud Weatern at 76 a 7Bl,c. In store,
and 79 a 80c afloat and to arrive.
Corn opened very strong, amt prices improved ab, ul
three cents per buaeel, with moderate offering*, but buy?
ers held off, and the market closed quiet at the improve?
PROVISIONS.-Pork opened steady, but soon fell ott,
and closcb dull and heavy at inside rates.
Bacon is moderately active and at&'-cy. Sales ot 125,
900 ice-cured short rib, in bulk, at 13c, and 13>ic boxed.
Lud i* duB and pricos heavy. Sales of 600 bbla and
tierce* at UM s u '.c foi: No 1 ; 14<-i s 14 \ c for city ; 14
a 14J?c for fair to prime steam and kettle rendered.
BUTTER-Is firm and in good demand. We quote
aa loUows: Goshen snd Orange county, ps ils, t* tb
40 a 60c, ; State firkins and tubs, good to choice, 34 a 36c. ;
Illinois, lows and Minnesota, 20 s25c; Western Reserve,
good to choice, 28 s 30c . State tab*, Welsh good t J choice
33 s 36c; Ohio, common to fair, 16 a 20c.
CHEESE-The demand i* active, and prices have
xdvancod. We quote a? follows : State factory,
good to choice, ft to. new, 16 a 16c.; Stete, fair to
good, 13 a 15c; Stets dairies, choice, ll a 12>?c ;
English dairy, Conn., 13 a 14c; English dairy, Ohio,
13 a 14c. ; Vermont dairy, common to choice, 10 a 13c.
pineapple, 12 a 14c. ; Ohio, prime, 13 a 14c. ; Ohio facto?
ry, good to choice. 14 a 16c.
COFFEE-A moro actlv* demand for Rio, bot the mal?
tet ia not strong. West India styles are quiet,
COTTON-There is a batter foaling among holders, ?nd
prices have advanced and cloee fine. The demand is fair
st que tarions. We quoted st 30c tor middling upland*
snd 31c for do New Orleans.
HAT-Is in fair demand and steady at 75c for shipping,
ind ll a 140 for retail lots. .
Mu LASSES-Is moderately active and steady.
NAVAL STORES- Spirits of Turpentine ia lower and
dull. Roams are steady. Tar ls quiet. The quotations
are : Spirits Terpentine, free, per gallon 67 s 69 X ct?.
Spirits Turpentine ba bond, per gallon, 49c ; Crude Tur?
pentine, in obis, per 380 lbs, 16 00; Rosins, common, in
bbls, per 2801b*. 13 80; Rosins, trained In bbla, par 380
lbs, 13 87 >i a 4 12>i ; Rosins, No 2, in bbl*, per 380 lbt,
14 26; Rosins, No 1, in bbl?, per 280 lbs. $4 60 a 6 r~
Rosins, pale, in bbl?, per 380 lb?, 16 a fl 76; Rosins, ex?
tra pale, in tabla, per 280 lbs, ?7 00 s 7 60; Rosins,
window glass, in bbls, ;.er 380 lbs, 17 76 a 9 00. Tar,
North County, iu bbl*, per bbl, 13 76 a 3 a7>, ; Tar. Wil?
mington, in bbl*. p?.r bbl, 14. Pitch, city, lu bbl* per
Obi. $3 76; Pitch. Southern, in bbls, per bbl 13 75 i
Rios-Is dull and prices are heavy.
SUOAR.-Baw augers sro dull, but price* are no lower.
Jalea of Cuba at 12>4' a 13.If cents. Refined are steady at
i t? 7, for hard*.
WHISKET.-The marke t is steady. Sales ot 600 bbls at
10c for Western, iu bond.
Harket Report aud Quotation Sheet for
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, for Week
ending October 10,1867.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. b> Broad Street, Charleston, 9. C.
SOUTHERN BANK BILL?.
Bank of Camden.35(300
Bank or Charleston. 20&00
Bank of Chester. lOtjVX)
Bank of Georgetown..1.7(301
Renk of Hamburg.1.V300
Bank of Newbsrry.41?00
Bank of South Carolins.10(300
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 18dl.13(300
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan., '61.. 06@G\J
Commercial Bank. Columbia.03?00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.12? 00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.,.09?b0
People's Bank, Charleston.49?00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.Q&?<\)
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston.... lS&CO
Southwestern Railroad- Bank. Charleston .25? 32
State Bank, Charleston.04? oo
Union Bank, Charleston.76@76
City of Charleston Change Bills.81&00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.88@?0
BONDS, STOCK AND COUPONS.
ieorgia State Coupons.87@00
Jeorgis State Bond Sevan Per Cent (old).00(300
Seorgia Stete Bond Seven Per Cent (new).83(300
Memphis Coupons, City. ?5(300
tlemphis Bonds, City.40(300
City of Columbia Bonds. . 30@00
City of Conimbla Coupons.30(300
louth Carolina Railroad sud Bank Stock .42(300
louth Carolina Railroad Sic Per Cant. Bonds.60@00
South Carolina Railroad Seven Par Cant. Bonds.. 62(300
louth Carolina R. B.Certiflcate of Indebtedness.. .50(300
City of Charleston Six Per Cent Stock.35(300
Sty of Charleston Certificate of Indebtedness_81(300
City of Charleston Fire Laaa Bonds . 00(300
lute ot South Carolins Bonds (old).37(338
Itate of South Carolina Bands (new issue ot January
1.1867 . 35(336
State of Mouth Carolina Stock._27(328
Itate of South Carolina Coupon?.a4@00
People's National Bank Stock . 96(397
?irst National Bauk Stock .9C<397
^ortheasteru Railroad 1st interest bunas.Bl(?62
Sortheastern Radroad 1st Coupons (past due)... ..i6@00
.?oiuieaatern Railroad Certificate ol Indebtedness." 48@6d
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 13(314
Charleston City Railway Stock. .35(300
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (State
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (1st inter?
est of 2d hen).00(300
;uy hf Savannah Bonds.66@00
City of Havannah Coupons (due previous to 1st June, j
City of Savannah Couponsidue after 1st Juua,1866).95(300
demphls and Charleston Railroad Bonds ....79@00
tlemphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.90?'.? ?
Money brings 2), per cent, a month on nrst-clas? col?
Any information in relation to Bonds, Stocks, Cou
>ons, or Bank Bills, will ba furnished by application,
Ither in person or by Isttsr, to tbs Brok?; above named,
,t No.' 8 Broad street.
Comparative Exporte of Cotton nom the
Port Of Ch?) lenton.
Other Bri?ah Porta.
Total to Great Britain.
Other French Porta.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North ot Europe
South ot' F.urope.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, ii.
Baltimore and Norfolk....
New Orleans, ftc.
Other United States Porta.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Exporta of Rice, Naval Store? and Lumber,
from the Port of Charleiton, from the lat
September to O. tobar IO, 1S67.
i New York.
Hart lord. Conn.
Halifax, N 8.
N. STORKS. LUMBER.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAQQINO, fi yard
Dundee. 3d ? 06
Gunny Cloth. 25 a. 2G
BALE ROPE, fl lb-Mantua. 24 0 25
Western..... 13 ? 15
New York. - te -
Jute. 12)?@ -
BREAD, f lb
Navy. - te -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 ? 15
BRICES, V M. 9.00 (5)20.00
BRAN, fi 100 lb?. 33 (ai -
COTTON, ft ft
. Ordinary to Good Ord'nary. - ? -
Low Middling. 15 O 15*i
Middling to Strict MiddUng. 16 &, 17
Good Middling. - fa) -
Bea Island. 45 ? 55
CANDLES,? lb-Sperm. 28 raj -
Adamantine:. 23 ? 25
Tallow. 19 (a, 20
COFFEE, fi ft-Rfo. 24 ? 30
Laguayra. 28 fl 3?
Java.! ?a 48
CORDAGE, fi ft-ManlUa. - fl -
Tarred American. 2C (a) 28
CORN MEAL. V bbl. 6.00 te -
COAL, fi ton-Anthracite. "?.50 Mir.00
COPPER, M lb-Sheet. 6s te 60
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific Guana, f 2000 lbs. 76.00 ? -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl2000lbs... 60.00 (as -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fi 2000 lbs... 65.00 @ -
Mapes'Super Phosphate,? 2000 lb 65.00 fa) -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 foi -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. CO. DO y -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lune..- I 66.00 @ -
FISH-Cod. fl 100 IBs.I 7.00 (g) 9.00
Herring, fi box. 46 @ 8b
Mackerel, No. 1, fi half bbl.11.00 ?11.50
Mackerel. No. 2, fi bah bbl.10.00 @10.60
Mackerel, No. 3, ft bbl. -(g) -
Mackerel. No. 1, by klU. - & -
No. 2. - fa) -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ia- 25.
Half boxes.... 48 fl SO
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.11.76 ?12.00
Northern and Western Extra.12.50 fe 13.00
Baltimore Extra. 13.00 @ -
Extra. 13.00 (a) -
Family. 14.00 (ai -
?7ft7/r.S-Prunes, f re. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 (oj -
Dried Apples. 10 fa) 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ?I 40
Raisins. M. K., fl box. 4.00 @ COU
Raisins, Layer. 4.CO (a; 6.60
Oranges. - @ -
Lemons, fl box. 16.00 telT.OO
GLASS, f box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 ($6.00
American, 10x12. 6.Ou (gi G.5U
French, 12x14. 7.OU (g) 8.00
OR AIN- Maryland Oats, f buahel. 8U @ 90
Western Oats, fl bushel. - (a) -
Corn, fl buahel. 1.C5 @ 1.C5
Beans, fi brunei. 2.00 @ 3.ou
HA Y, fl cwt.-North River. 1.25 ia' -
Eastern. 1.36 .?, -
HIDES-Dry, fi re. 10 @ 13
INDIGO-V lb. 1.00 (a)1.7fi
IRON- Reined, rt?. 07 (ai U7',
Swede.I 09 (a! 10
LATHS, fi M. 4.00 te 4.CU
?,/Jf?-SheU, fl bbl. - ia) -
South Carolina.| 1.60 ? -
Roclrport.I 2.00 (ai 2.25
Cement. 2.75 te :i.60
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 (ai 4.50
L UMBER, fl M. leet- 1
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.u0 ($55.00
White Pine, good run.i38.uo (?40.(HI
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.UU
Boards, fl M. feet-Roii^h. 12.00 (#15 00
Grooved and Tongued_28.OU (o)32.00
LEA THER. country tanned, f lb. - ;.. -
MOLASSES, f gallon-Cuba. 45 fa) 60
Muscovado. 65 ? 65
Sugar House. 60 (a) 1 .Oil
New Orleans. ..? ,a 82
?VJ VAL STORES, fl bbl-lar. - (oj -
Pitch. - (ft -
Rosin, Pale.4.50 @ C.0u
Rosin, No. 1..... 3.50 ? 3.75
Rosin, No. 3. 3 .00 ? -
Roain, No. 3. i.75 (?,2 85
Spirits Torpentinp. V gallon. Co (ft 61
Oaituin. * IB. ld 'a. -
NA ILS- American, 4@20d, fi keg. 6.50 @ 7 .U0
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.60 (?plO.O?
I Copper, V lb. 1.00 @ -
Galvanised. SO te -
Spikes. 12 te lt
Ol I.S'-Lard, f gallon. 1.40 (?I 1.45
Linseed, f gallon. 1 .'64 @ 1.6U
Sperm, Winter, f, gallon. 2.95 (ft -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - te -
Castor (aVL), ? gallon. 3.00. te -
Olive, fl dosen.I 8 00 ($10 00
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 j 64
Bencina, fi gallon. 60 ? -
PSOriSIONS-iKiti, mess, f obi. 16.00 @30.00
Be? L prura. 14.00 (SJ16 0?
Pork, mess. 28.00 (a. -
Rump. - (ai -
Bacon, Hams, fm. 18 @ 24>?
Bacon, Sides. 18)ste 20
Bacon, Shoulders. . 16 te ld.
Bacon, Strips. - 13 (si -
Lard. In kag. 12?? 15
Butter. 80 ($ 40 .
Cheese. 15 (a> 64
Potatoes, f bbl. 4.00 (oj -
Onions.I 4.00 (dj -
Apples. 8.00 (ai 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead,.? lb. 10 (a) IC
Black Lead. 10 ? 13
Zinc, White.I 12 fa) 16
PLOW STEEL, fl b ra a -
RlCE-C*TO\Lii?, f ft. 10*i<$ ll
East India. - te
SLATES- American, fl square. 13.60 te -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 (a) 8.OU
White Pine, first quality. 12.00 ? -
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, f sack. 2.60 0 3.76
Liverpool, fine. - @ -
SOAP- Bar, fl lb. ll @ IS*?
STARCH, fl re. 10 fa). 12
SPICES, fi BJ-Caseta.... 1.00 ?S -
Mace.....'.. 1.76 te -
Cloves. 75 (ft -
Nutmegs. 3.00 te 2.60'
Pepper. 40 te -
Pimento. 40 ? 60
Race Ginger. 80 te -
SPIRITS, fi gsllon-^Ucobol. 6.0U te 6.0U
Brandy, Cognac. I 4.00 @12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 fl 3.75
Oin, Holland..'..... 4.76 te 6.00
Gin, American..... 3.-60 te 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 te 6.00
Rum. N. E. 2.60 (ft 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon . 3.00 te 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified . 2.30 te 2.40
SUGAR, fi re-Raw. 13 te 15
Crushed. 18 0 18
Clarified A. 17 te 18
ClariflodB..... 17 & 18>i
Clarified C. 16?? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 14 te 16
Mus,-ovar1- ... . 13 0 16
SEO A RS- Domestic manufacture, fl M. 18.00 ?45 00
TEAS, fi ft-Imperlal. 2.00 ? 2.60
Gunpowder.... . 2.00 (2 2.60
Hyaon. .1.60 te 1.60
Young Hyson... . 1.60 te 1.60
Black. . 1.00 ? 1.76
TOBA CCO, fl re, as per quality. 40 te 1.60
r/JfB??-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 (?12.00
Ash. - (g; -
Poplar. - (? -
Hickory. ' . - ? -
TIN-l C Roofing Plate.16.PO ? -
I X Roofing Plate. 17.00 te -
IC Tin Piste', 10x14 . 16 50 (31 -
I X Tin Plate 10x14. 17 00 ?
I C Tin Plate, 14x20 . 16-60 te -
Block Tin, fi o. 40 @
riF/iVl'-Cotton, fi lb. 76 @ -
Baling. 46 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute_. . 60 te -
VARNISH- Bright, fi gallon. 26 ? -
Para fine. .... - ?
r/.YE?J?-White Wine, fl gallon.. . 60 (a)
Cider .". 30 te -
French. 1 00 $1 1 55
WINE, f) gallon-Port . 2 50 (31 ii OJ
Madeira. 2.25 ? f. Ou
Sherry.'. 2 25 S 5.00
Claret, fi case... . 6 00 ?13 CO
Champagne, fi basket. 25.00 ia.30.0u
?INC-Sheet, f, ?j. 26 te 9?
Consignees per soatn carolina Hailroad.
869 bales cotton, 6 bales Yarns, 75 bags Grain, JJ bbls
Naval Stores, 4 cars Stock, ftc. To E H Rodgers i Cu, A
Doty, G Matjenhoff, Kanapaui, Lanueau Si Co, L D rui?
ner. Adama, Frost ii Co, W K Ryan, Street Bros & Co. W
C Bee A Co, Cart, Kopff A Jervev. J D Aiken A Co, W C
Dukes A Co. Grseser. Lee, bmlth A Co, G W Wilhams ?
Co, Coheu, Hanckel A Co. Gaillard A Minott, Thurston i
Holme?, L D DeSaussure, G s Douglass. J s J D Kirk
patrick. T R Waring, G E Pritchett, Railroad Ageut, J M
Caldwell i Hons, Shepherd A Cohen, C N Averill A Sou.
Milner, Wilbur A Martin, D A Amnie, J Cosgrove, Courte?
nay A Trenholm, M Goldsmith A Son.
Per ateauiHUip Eiuilv B Souder, for New Yurk
Gcn O H Hart, Major J P Ray, R Stephens, A Wayne, T
Charlton, p Wetherhorn, D Wigton, .1 W McMillan, B P
Hults, F. Paechnagel, H Vou flolteu, wife and 2 children,
Per steamer Fannie, from savannah, via Beau ort, Hil?
ton Head. Ac-ilcM King, B F Hultz, T Flynn. P Bon?
font, H R Clark, A Bowie, D A Moore and witt, E Besb
niekle. J Sherman, ES Riddell, Lieut Slmp-ou. D Wig
toa, R G Holmes, - Trescott. J F Chaplin, ana li deck.
COKBECTF.n WEEKLY. "
PHAHES Of THE MOON.
Elrel Q. r,tb. Ob. 47iu. cvou I List Q. 20th, 3U. 47ui. mom
Full M. lJt?. 81?. tja, morn | New'M. 27tb.7b. 43m, morn
BISE?. I SEIS.
J j Sunday....
MAR IN Fi NEWS.
PORT OF C II A R I. B 8 T O ft .
British bark Artistic-, True, Harulltou. Bermuda. 14
day?. Ballast. To R Murex Co,
Steamer Fannie, Penk, Savannah via B.udton. Bil?
ton Head and Beaufort. M dz e. To .lohn Ferguson,
P Walsh, C Midaen, H Harris, Willis fe Chisolm, Rave
nel A Barnwell, Josephine Kirk, E Beshnickle, Capt W
Courtenay, Lieut Col Lowe, W H Brown. Southern IDx
press Co, F Kros9el, Ravenel A Co, W Harrisson, V/ si
Steamer Marion, Foster, Sautee. Nu bales Upland
Cotton, 112 bbls Rosin, and Sundries. To J Ferguson.
Q E Pritchett, W C Dukes A Co, J R Pringle, Cart, Kopff
A Jervey. J M Caldwell A Sons, Adams, Frost fc Co, E H
Rodgers A Co, Gaillard A Minott, 0 Heedes, A Robinson
A Co, 9 L Howard A Bro, J A Smythe, R Holloway.
Steamship L B Souder, Lobbv, New York-Jno A Theo
British brig Clio, Wilson, Wilmington, N C- T Tupper A
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship E B Souder, Lebby, New York.
British brig Clio, Wilson, Wilmington, N C. BBB
Brig Cyclone, Frisbie, Georgetown, S C.
Brig Volant, Dodge, Georgetown. S C.
Brig Anna D Torrey, Sellers, Georgctowu. S C.
Brig Model,-, Georgetown, S C.
Sehr Mottle E Taber, Mori-is, New York.
Sehr Queen ot the West, Beatty, New York.
Sehr Jonas Smith, Nichols, New York.
Sehr Somers A: M D Scull, Steebnan, Baltimore.
Sehr Prince of Wales. McNabb. Halifax. N S.
Sehr Myrover, Hughes, Georgetown, S C.
l p for this Port.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, at New York, to leave
Sehr M B Brarnbtll, Hussey, at New York. Oct 1..
Cleared Tor this Port.
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, at New York, Oct 7.
BriUsh bark Yumnrri, Thompson, at Liverpool, Sept 23.
Sehr W S Doughten, T?tern, at Philadelphia, Oct 5.
Sehr E A Conklln, Daniels, at New York, Oct 7.
dohr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, at New York, Oct 8.
LIST OF VESSELS
Of, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Yuiuurt, Thompson, . lear od.Sept 23
Br bark .T Cumming. Hookway, up.August 29
British bark Florence Chipman, Joues, sailed_sept 3
Br bark Queen, Stuart, sailed. . August 19
The Chattanooga, Freotuau, sailed.August 19
The Hakon Adelsteln, Backer, up..Sept 14
Tho Charleston, Morley, Bailed.September 18
The Triton, Keoger, sailid.Sept 4
Bark Artistic, True, sailed.September 21
Brig Galveston, Merrymau, up...Kept 4
Sehr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, up.Sept ??8
Sehr Maine raw, Johnson, up.Sept 18
KEW von E.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, to leave_.Oct 19
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, cleared.Oct 7
Sehr B N.Hawkins, Wyatt, cleared.Oct 8
Sehr E A Conklin, -Daniels, cleared.Oct 7
Sehr M*B"Bramhall, Hussey, up.Ort
. Sehr J M Morales, Newman, cleared.....Oct 4
Sehr W s Doughten, Tatem, cleared.Oct 6
GEORGETOWN. I>. C.
Sehr I A Ualleck, Crowell, sailed.Sept 19
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Pott of Charleston, Oe?. IO, 1M67-.
VEMSEL4 r if DE ti 100 IONS, AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITH TN THE 6TATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 141? tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading.Courtenay A Trenholm
Falcon, 673 tons, Reed, at Union wharf, for Baltimore,
loading.Courtenay A Trenholm
fi C Winthrop, 940 tons, Stewart, at Boyce ii Co's wharf,
tor Liverpool, loading.Revene 1 A Co
Amelia, 6S8 tons, Conner, at Boyce A Co's wharf, from
Liverpool, waifing.I Fraser A Co
Charlotte, lluo ton?, Spear, in the Stream, to load for Liv?
erpool .W B Smith A Co
Elgin (Br), 3l'z tons, Healey, at Marshall's wharf, for
I.ondou. loading.Street Bros A Co
Hector (Br), - tono. Nelson, at Union wharf, from Mtd
dleborougb. Eng. discharging.Street Broa A Co
Artistic (Br), tons, True, in the Stream, from Hamil
too, Bermuda, Just arrived.R Mure A Co
Henry lAureuM, 117 tous, Bordeu, at Union wharf, for a
CienruegoH, waltlug.JA Enalow A Co
Bell-ma (Hr), - tons, Rawlings, at Marshall's wharf,
for Bristol. Eug. loading.R Mure A Cu
Queen of britain (Br), 141 tons. Symons, at Venniug's
wharf, for Bristol. Eug, loading.R Mure A Co
Keystone, *:?l tonn. Bartor, at Fraser's wharf, from Bos?
D talbot. ??.'> t-rns, Packard, iu Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading.Master
Navita (Br), 119 tons. Shields, tu Ashley River, for St
John's, N B, loading.Bonafant A Salas
J P. Jora (3-ma*ted), - ton-. Little, at Accommodation
? ?inri, fur Boston, loading.U F Baker A Co
N W Smith, 295 tons. Tooker, at Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading.W Roach
Sophia R Jauieaon, - tons, Ross, at Brown 5c ('o's wharf,
from Roclrport, Me, discharging.Olney Ac Co
American, 284 tuns, Moss, at Brown A Co's wharf, from
Now York, discharging.T Tupper A Sous
Fannie W Johustou, 227 tons, Marts, ut Central wharf.
from Philadelphia, discharging.HF Baker A Cu
Chiloo, 218 tons. Hatch, ut Bi own .v Co's wharf, from
Boston, discharging.Street Bros A Co
F Merwin, 187 tons. Aldrich, at Palmetto wharf, from
New York, discharging.Master
J Crocker, - tona, Lowe, at Central wharf, from Boston
discharging.Risley A Creighton
Tl WORLD iSTOMSHliiJ
AT THE WONDERFUL BEVEXATTOSS
MADF BY THE GRFAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame HF, A. PER Ri GO,
OHE REVALS .'lECRETfi NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
O She restores to happiness those who, from dole! ul
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, loss ol' relations and
friends, loss of money, Ac. have become, despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives informa?
tion concerning absent friends or lovers, restores lost or
stolen propel tv, tells you the business you are best
qualified to parana and in what you will be most success
tul, causes speedy marriages, and tells yon the very day
you will marry, gives yon the names, likeness and char
acteris?es of the person. -She read? your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, un vails the dirk
and hidden mysteries ol the tutor?. From the stars we
sse in the firmament- the malefic Kiara that overcome or
pr- dominate iu thc configuration -ironi the a: pect? au.i
positions of the planets and the tlxed stars in the heavens
at the time ol birth, she deduces tun future destiny ot
mau. Fail uot to consult the greatest Astrologist ou
earth. It costs you but a trifle, aud you may never again
have so favorable au opportunity. Consultation fee, with
likeness aud all desired iutormatiou, fl. Parties living
st a distance eau consult the Madame hy mail with ?qua!
safety and satisfacUon to themselves, aa If in person. A
full and explicit chart, written out, with all inquiries an?
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt o.
pilco abovo mentioned. The strictest seeresy will he
maintained, and aU correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. Reference? ti the highest order furnished those .(
siring them. Write plainly the day of the month a:-, J
year Tn which von were bora, enclosing a small lor ot
Address, MADAME H. A. PERRIGO,
P. o. DRAWEE 293, BUFFALO, N. Y. .
March 30 IT
There cometh glad Udlngs of joy to ail,
To young and to old, to gi eat and to small;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare.
Is tree for all, and all may bu lair.
By the nae of
For lmprovuij and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most Valuable end perfect preparation in use, tot
giving the skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that ls only
lound in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruption*,
aud all Impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same
leaving the akin white and clear as alabaster, fis BM
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article ot' the kind used by the French, aud ia con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards or 30,000 bottles wera sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of Its efficacy. Pi ic
ODly Ti ceuts Sect Ly mail, post-paid on receipt ot ft
BERGER, SHUTTfl S. CO., Chemists, .
U'c ". River St. i roy, N. ?
Mar. L 30. ljr
un i aha arai beautiful and fair,
\\ itu starry eyes, aud radiant bair,
VVuo-ie . iii ung tendrils, ?Olt eut "lud
Enchained the rerj h ca ri au.i mina,
Vat i im.n,-; thc- Hair ..i edlin :;CT into \\uvy
sud Olosby i'.iiieicta ..i Hein Jassir?
E>i' USING THIS* ARTICLE LADlfc > AND GENTLE
) Mr S can beantilj themselves a thousand-told,
it is the only article iu ti,,- world that will curl sti-aiehi
hair, auu iii thc BUIC time give it a beautiful, glossy ap
penrance. The Crisper Cotna uot only coria the hair, but
invigilated, beautifies una cleanses it, w highly and de
ligbtiully perfumed, and is Hie most compl?te article ot
i bc kind ever oik-red io the American public. The
Crisper Coma will be sent i,? un> address, .-.-aie.i un,i
po-tpaiil tor il.
Address all orders to
Kt. !.. CLARK fe CO., Chemists,
No. :< Weil t'.iylte street, Syracuse. N. ?.
March :ui Hr
FUN FOR ALL !
FULI. issi lili rui.ss BY WU ICH ANY PERSON,
malo or female, cati mister ibo great arl ol Ven?
triloquism li> a lew boura' practica, making ? world ol
Pan, ami after becoming experts then-selves, can teach
others, thereby making lt a source ol Income. Kuli lu
structious sent by mall for 50cents. Satisfaction c.uar
Address P O. Drswer 21, Troy, .V V.
Maj Td lvr
NOTICE TO DELINQUENT TAX PA VEHS.
CITY TREASURY OFiICE, 1
October 8, 1867. i
TAX EXECUriUNa WILL ISSUE K??OM THIS OF
*"ICE on 22d but, ou all unpaid roturri? for 1867,
du? on J3th June list 8. THOMAS.
Octobnr 9 _City Treasurer,
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASUBY Ot FICE, I
OCTOBER 2,1867. )
ALL AUCTION LICENCES EXPIRED .BY ORDI?
NANCE on 30th September. Rensefeld will te
granted on application at thia office, if made da mg This
Month. S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
K vi IM vi l's WANTED.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER,
CITT HALL. CHARLESTON, September ll, 1B67.
CJ KAI.KU PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UN i IL
O tbe 13th at 12 o'clock M., for BUILDING! ^EVKRAL
TRUNKS of the lengths and sizes given below. Tile es?
timates will iuclude the cost of elevating Hbout 200
cubic yarda ot earth, the necessary niling, reformiuv of
pavements, and grading arter the laving or truuks.
Length of Truuk lu Liue stieet.*. 27u
Length ot Trunk lu anil frohi lots m Coming nervet
to the tidal draiu...300
Length c i Trunk from lou?-on Gadsden street to the
main dram In Wentworth street. 120
Length ol' Trunk from McIntosh's Court to Rad?
cliffe atrootdratu.;... Id7
Ti unka to be twelve by twenty inches in the clear,
built of Iwo by twelve inches prime yellow pine pl/.nks,
to reit upon bleepers of three by nine inched, three feet
long, placed live feet troin centres. Bracos to be two by
fis inches, dovetailed into the aides of Trunks, at dis?
tanc?e of five feet from centres, The Trunks to be laid
to gradi; peg? furnished by the Engineer.
.Ul the work must be carried ou with the greatest
Plans can bo seen at thia office.
A copy of these specification* must be attached to each
oller. LOUIS .1. BARBOT,
September 12_. City Engineer.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, I
January 3, l??7. i
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY OIVEN THAT UNDh'lt
the following Ordinance lirouses have been pr?par?e
for delivery irom this Office. S. THOMA*,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen /
Cilv Council assembled. Thai from and alter the first dav
of January, license* shall be taken out for all carts, dru;',
and wagous, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the sanio manner, and according to the same provisions
now of force in relation'to carts, drays and wagons, let ot
driven for hire, except giving bouda, And each sucii
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con
faining the number thereof, aud marked Private, to
placed on the outside of the shall.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer rs
surely to auy bond under the Ordinance concerning 11
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carriages, ?tu?
les* he or she be a freeholder.
SEC. 3. The iollowing shall hereafter be the cates loi
licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, kc.
includlug the horses or mules used thereof, which shal
be tree trotn other taxation:
PUBLIC CA UTS, DBATfl, RM, OB THOSE EUTLOTKD ry Oil
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOR HIRE lilKECr OR INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wacou, drawu by tme horse r-'
For every cart, dray or wagou, drawn h. wo '-.-i.-esoi, |
for every hack aud carriage with two wheels, t2u.
For every hack and carriage with toni wheels, Hu.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus
with two horses, $50.
For every stage or omnibus iexcept hoe mnuinnsy
drawn by tojir horses, $60.
For every truck drawn Dy Iwo or more horses or moira
For evpry express wagon drawu by two or more horti >
or mules, ?00.
BREAD CARTS AND PBIVATT . UTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, ?5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for privat? or do.-1
mestic purposes, and not to bo employed tn the tra im?
porting or goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, tm- compensation, either directly or
indirectly for the same, shall pay for a license the sum ot
$5. exclusive ot the horse or mule.
Ratified In City Council, this lCih day ol January
s. I in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor
By the Mayor.
Januarys ' W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council
TO RPOULATE THE BTORAOE OE PETROLEUM, ITS PPO
DUCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Beit ordained by the Mayor and Alderman, in
Citv Council assembled, That from and after the loth day
of June next, lt shall not bc lawful to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other In.
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale In any cellar,
.tore or building aouth of Line street, In a larger quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, and
any Such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained u
vessels of tin or other metal.
SEO. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in
tlammablo oil or oils, ?lieu brought into the city by land
or water, may ba kept on any lot or in any building in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon tbe expiration ol which time it
shall bc removed and kept lu th? maimer a, required by
the foregoing section.
BEC. 3, Any person or persons violating any part vi
this Ordinance shall be subject to a tine of two huudred
dollars, for each ofieuce, recoverable in any Court of com?
pel ont J urisdiclion.
Ratified m Citv Council this tweuty-first day of May, tn
the year of our LorJ one thousand eight huudmd ami
|1..S.| I'. C. GAILLABD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk ol Council. _ June 6
OFFICE CLERK OP COUNCIL, i
Mav 18?7. (
The following Section of .. An Ordinance lo abolish the
office ?if Spenntendeut of Streets ; to provide for Keep
lug the Streets' I.aups, Alleys, and open Couria in the
City ol Charlexstou Cleau, and for other purj.>osos," is
hereby published lor the information of all concerned :
For the due protection of ibu saul contractor or con?
tractors, it is/urtner ordained. That every owner, lessee,
occupuut and tenant ol au) premises Homing iu au)
stieet, lane, alley, or open court, shall ou ever) day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in trout ol his or her lot, in a I ar re I, box or
heap, and in readiness for the contractor, by the hour ot
seven o'clock, A. M., irom the hist dav ot May to the
first day ol' November iu every year ; aud by the hour ot
niue o'clock, A. M., from the tlrst day of November to
the first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing" auy dirt, filth, garbage, or other
oilal, in any street, laue, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above num.J. shall bc subject to a tine not less
thau two nor more than five dollars, lor each and every
offence, to be imposed by the Mavor.
By order w. a. SMITH.
May Ifi Clerk ot Council
i nu. LOAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHABLFsUnN, I
l int HALL, November 9,186C J
ALI. PER.-iON'.-* DFSIROUS OF REBUILDING IN 1 Ht
Burnt Districts aud Waste Places of the City, un?
der "Au Act ol the General Assembly, giving author.n
lo the (.'itv ?'...in. il of Charleston to proceed in tho ma.
ter nt a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that the form of apj >ti
cation for loans can be obtained at the office ot the i tc xl.
af Council, between me hoi.? of -.. A. M. aud 2 P. M.
AU applications must bet>*'d In the above mentioned
office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to cor?
sider the same.
By order of the Mayor Vf. ff. SMITH,
November 10 Clerk ol Council.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 1, loo?. . I
rrVBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTii A Ni
X inclosures, vaults, .vc , will commence on Monda;,
nat, 6t inst. Owners and occupants are hereby r..-quire ? :
io see that their premises are tn good condition and thu:
-ill filth and garbage is removed a3 required br Ord!
nance. Other inspections will follow.
By orjf r ol Mayr.r GAILLARD
C. B. SIGrVALD.
_ _ _ Uti'?1 ai Police.
/ "Vf FICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
\J clause of Section 1 of an "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies tor thu year 1867," ts published for the information
of persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents ol this city. All such perdons are heroby
notified to report at this office.
"Three dollars on every huudred dollars ui all goods
sold in this citv I NOUS not resid? nts, hy sample o?
otherwise." VS'. H. SMITH.
March H cl,. k ol Council
CITY TAXKS-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OFFICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR, I
Cm HALL, October 1, 1867. I
"VT OTIOE IS HKRHBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERNED,
.IA that the Monthly Returns for the month of Septem?
ber past, In compliance with the Tax Ordinance, ratified
on the 28th day of December, 1866, intist be mule on or
before the 16, th instant D.C.GIBSON,
October 1 13 City Assessor.
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
TITO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLI
X depilatory recommends itself as being an almost in
?llspenslble article to female beauty, ia easUy applied
does not burn or injure the akin, but sets directly on th.
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair fron
low foreheads, or from any part ot the body, conipletely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving th
skin soft, smooth and natural. This is f h-s only artic!
used by the French, and la the only real effectual depUa
lory in existence. Price 75 c-nts per package.' po?
paid to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BEBGE11, SHUTTS 4 CO., Chemists,
March au Ivr No. 23:- River at. Troy, N. Y.
"THE IRISH CITIZEN :"
NEW W E E K L Y N EWSPAPEH
PROPRIETOR AND EDITOR,
IrURST NUMBER TO APPEAR O.N SATURDAY, i'HE
1 12th ol October, 1867
Terms by the year.S3.00
Terms for half year. 1 .60
Terms foi four months. loo
Clubs ot 10 In the usual proportion.
Advertisements to be forwarded Immsdiat iiy, so as to
be duly classified. Address, JOHN MITCH KL,
Office ct the Irish Citizen,
No. 81 Barclay street, New Yoik.
.' epterabe-r '.io_
DIE < HARLESTONEK ZEITUNG.
.iuris A. WAtiEN'ER, Editor.
U> DER THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDERSIGNED
pr. pose fr> publish a German Weekly Paper, to be
the organ ot the (,ermau population, and devoted to the
interests ol" this State, in encouraging Immigratiou and
Literature, Agriculture, Commerce, Arts and Trade,
?viii be represented in its columns, and the uews of the
dav ?di hegiven.
General JOHN A. WAGENEB has kindly consented to
uudertake the editorial management tor the present.
subscription -i'-i for Twelve Mouths; il.co for Six
Months; $1 for Three Mouths.
Adveru-ements inserted on liberal terms.
c. G. BROKMANN it Co..
September 'J5 No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, s. C.
THE EAST FLORIDA BANNER,
(K ALA. MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. F. SM UH, Editor aud Proprietor.
S. C. OEBRUHL, Assistant Editor.
RUE BANNER HAS A LABOE CIRCUI ATION
throughout Itu most populous and wealthy portions
Business men, desirous ol Introducing their busiuesa
.brough that section, would do well to advertise lu its
SUBSCRIPTION, S3 A YE AH.
SPARNICK & Co., Aganu, at Courier Office, Charleston,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC,
ILL HJIL TO THE L'OXOUEROR !
HOPE FOR TBEMOliKfl INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
mmm ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MANY WHOSE DECLINING HEALTH. WHICH
was precarious, and their recovery despaired of
do now witn gratetul emanations to tho All-Wise Dis'
poser, offer heartfelt thanks tor this timely remedy. Dur?
ing the short time since ita public introduction into use
the Originator has most happily realised her most san?
guine expectations in mamie rations issuing from ail
quarters of itu unpsralelled coi ? live properties, for in no
case where it has been ad nun ii- reit with regard to di
rectl?UR and persevered in, h* it failed in its beneficial
lu resorting to this remedy, the invalid can depend
upon tbe safety of every article In its preparation, and
while it accelerate? tbe healthful rc actions of each organ
and vessel, the mind eau be perfectly free from appre?
hension of auy subtle ingredient being Insinuated into its
Thc appetite, which improves under its ad ministration,
is at liberty to indulge prudently iu whatever "nutriment
ls palatable, digestive and wholesome, and while lt ls DO
more than proper to avoid exposure to fresh colo, no fear
need be entertained ot any liability under this course of
treatment tn induce it. It is s'pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quite agreeable to the taste, and as a lung re?
vi vitycr and balsam of health, it ie distinguishing itself as
without precedent, and we trust will, ere lon?, claim for
itself general acclamation for its unrivalled efficacy.
For sale by the Proprietress, Mrs. CECILIA RODRI?
QUE'S, uorthwest comer of MEETING AND SOCIETY
STREETS, and principal Druggists.
PRICK H INGLE BOTTLE il.26.
April 2_ _ lyr
ITTE HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S PILLS, AND FIND
VT that they will do std that is claimed for them, and
cheerfully recommend them to public favor.
T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Att'y Gent of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala^fl
From THOMAS J. .ICDOE, Judge Supreme Court.
I have used GALLIG HAN'S PILLS on my plantation
tor Fever and Ague, and find them all that ie claimed for
them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Als., September 29,1609.
LOWNDES Comm, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'.S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS' will do.
They aro decidedly the beat medicine for Chills and i e
vee I ever gave. 1 would not be without them for five
times the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
AMERiccs, April 17, 1867.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
ul chills and Fever. They ere the best medicina toe
( tallis sud Fever I ever saw. A. G. RON A LDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, s um Fer County, Ga,
MOSTQOMKRT. ALA., July 9,1866.
Messrs. BLUNT k HALE-GENTS: I have used your
11 Al. MOHAN'S PILI.s on two occasions for Chills and
i ever, aud find that they effect all that they are Intend*
ed to do. They sro the beet remedy for the disease th-t t
I have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
. Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE.
Grand Sec. Grand Lodge ol F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBAITT, GA.,' March ll, 1867.
1 have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty caoesot
Chills sud Fever, with poliert success. They are the
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHABLESTON, BY
?iOODRIt H. WI.VE.HAIN J? CO.,
No. 163 Meeting street
And by all Druggists.
BI.OU.VT & HALE,
May U 6mo Montgomery, Ala
.'Prevention La Wetter than Cure. "
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
j\. Hie r renell Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
infallible antidote against infection from Special Diseases.
This iuvaluuble | i ej aranon if suited for either sex, and
has proved, from ample experience, the mont efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long sought for tn the Medical World. If
used according to directions every possibility of danger
may be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
absorbent vessels, and render contamination Impossible.
Be wise In time, and at a veo Kuaall outlay, save hours ot
untold bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted In
Ute Old World, ls now offered for sale for the first time In
America by V. A. DI TO RT & CO., only authorized
Agents for the betted states.
Price S3 lier bottle. Large.boltle, double size, $5.
The usual dixcuiiut tu the trade. Sent, securely
[lacked, on receipt of price-, to auy address, with direc?
tions aud pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT k CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Sicord'a P. L.,
May 2-2 lyv No. 12 Oold Street, New York.
OLD RIP VAN WINKLE GIN,
GOLD MEDAL SHERRY,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
IN ADDITION IO CPR BUSINESS OF SELLING
WINES, etc., lu original packages, and in order to
iuaure to consumers Pure Liquors In a compact and con?
venient form, we commenced tbs enterprise of bottling
and packing lu eases ocr well known Wines, Brandies,
Whiskies, lire , and have cent them out in a style that
w oula preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before reaching tbs purchaser. The general appre?
ciation and gratifying success that has rewarded our
efforts has encouraged ns to maintain the standard aa r?
gsrds quality, aho to make Increased efforts to retain the
confidence and patronage which hu been so Liberally be
stowed upon us. BININGER k CO.,
[Established 1778. | Importers ol Wines, kc,
No. 16 Beaver street, New York.
The above popular goods are .put up iu cases contain?
ing one dozen bottles esch, and are sold by all prominent
Druggists, ? rocera, kc.
Uplnious ot ttl? Press.
The name of Blmnger k Co., No. 16 Beaver street, ls .
guarantee of the exact and literal truth of whatever they
represent.-A'. T. Com. Advertiser.
The Importing house of Btnlnger & Co., No. 16 Beaver
street, is conducted upon principles of integrity, fairness
and the highest honor.- .V. I". Evening Express.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO..
N 163 MEETING STBEET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
DOW LE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KINO & CASSEDKY
No. 151 MEETING STBEET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. ?
w rte bu os
SUFFER NO MOKE!
When by the use ol DR. JOINVLLLE'9 ELIXIR you
eau be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost.
The astonishing success which has attended this In.
vsluable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness.
General Debility sud Prostration, Loss of Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or sny of the consequences of youthfu.
indiscretion, renders lt the most valuable preparation
It mil remove all nervous affection^, depression, ci
eil ement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, contusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in?
sanity, kc. Il will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it DV sensual excess or evil
Young Men, be humbugged no more by ' Quack Doc?
tors" and ignorant piactitioners, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and bo at once restated io health and hap?
piness. A perfect Cure is Guaranteed m evc-i > instance.
Place $1, or four bottles to one addre-i ?3.
One bottle if sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JOINTTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, tor Uw
speedy and permanent cure ol Gonorrhea. Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and ah affections ct
the Kidneys sad Bladder. Cure,-; effected ?n rrom one to
five days 1 bey are prepared from vegetable extract?
that are harmless ou thc- SYStem, and never nauseate the
stomach ot impregnate tho breath. No chance of diet
is necessio ? nile using them, nor decs their aetion in
any mamici liitenerc wain umnese pursuits Price tl
perboi. . ,
t-athe. ut the above- monti -ned articles wau be seat to
noy address, closely sealed, and postpaid, bv mst! or
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