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THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 30, 1667
Legeud of thc llhiuc-Bra:i Keir.
The castle waa graud. au J the 'ad- fair.
And a knight of the good o?d time was there,
Where the Rhine flowed on to the sea.
The knight loosed up. aud thr lady down;
His brow wore a smile, and hers a rrown.
But the Rhino flowed on to the sea.
Then a heart quake shivered his coat of mad,
V.hi'e the lady's cheeks grew a lovely pale.
And (he Rhine flowed ou to the 6oa.
And a sigh from under his vizor gushed,
And the lady looked up and down and blushed,
WLile the Rhine flowed on to the sea.
Then he fell on his knee;-he must needs confess;
Would she wed? She would: she whispered "yes.
And still flowed tLe Rhino to the sea.
And tho knight was brave, and tl: o lady fair.
And they lived in tho grand old castle there.
While the Rhine flowed on to the sea.
And there, as I learn from some books of mine.
Still flows the flood of the rolling Rhine,
As steadily on to the sea.
And ladies may blush, and knig>i. aiay sm.ar,
But there it will be in a hundred v< ar.
?y.iU flowing on to the sea.
Roport of the Special Committee.
The following is the Report of the Special Com?
mittee on Retrenchment appointed by City Council
referred to in our local column:
The Committee of the City Council of Charles?
ton to whom was referred the following preamble
and resolution, adopted at a meeting of that body
held on tho 14th mst., to-wit:
"Whereas, it is highly important and imperative
upon Council to reduce the expenditures of the
city so as they will not exceed the receipts,
.'Be it Besotted, That a Special Committee of ]
five be appointed by nis Honor the Mayor to report
to Council, at the ir earliest convenience, how and
in what manner such reductions can be made"
Beg leave respectfully to report that they have
gtvon the subject referred to them the mature de
be ra ti on which its importance suggested, and as
the result of their conferences, submit the accom?
panying bill and recommendation. Lu so doing,
however, the Committee deem it proper to say, in
justification of the conclusions at which they; have
arrived, that they have been actuated by a sincere
desire, not only to save tho city, but to do justice
to those who will be affected by their report.
They fully comprehend the fact that very many of j
these are gentlemen of the highest character, and
have suffered so seriously by the late calamitous
war that a reduction of income will be ot serious
pr?judice to themselves and families. It is, how?
ever, too patent to every one interested in the wel?
fare of the city that the" expenses of the city gov?
ernment must be materially reduced. They aro
now so large that it is impracticable to meet them
and pay the interest which quarterly accrues on
ihe.oity funded debt; and it is by reason of this
that the securities of the city (the validity of which
is indisputable) axe Belling at a figure which is so
low as to make them available for scarcely any
Ir under the present system of taxation, or a
system whioh will produce a revenue equal to that
now realized, it is impossible to pay both the in?
terest on tr.e debt and the current expenses, it is
incumbent on Counil, as your Committee believe,
to curtail the expenses, sb as to reduce the expen?
ditures within the income; for our people, in their
?resent impoverished conditio,!, are taxed already
3 their utmost capacity. It is of tho greatest con?
sequence to the community, that the interest on
the city debt should be met promptly and punctu?
ally. The city is to retrain its former prosperity,
if at ail, by the increase of its population and the
revival of its trade; and to realize Doth population
and trade, the maintenance imact of its ci edit and
lair name is requisite. Your Committee believes,
after a careful survey of the subject, that if the
propositions embraced in the bill and recommen?
dation, are adopted, the saving of the Treasury
will amount annually to the sum of about $140,000,
and that no embarrassments will arise m the con
duot of any department of the city Grovexnment.
Ii m the reduction of salaries proposed, it should
be urged, that the present is an inopportune
period to diminish tue compensation of those
who are in tho omploy of the city, inasmuch
aa the prices and cost of living are far
greater than when the offices were established,
and the salaries fixed, your Cmmittee have
only to say that all classes" of oar citizens have
found it requisite to accommodate themselves tn
the poverty of the oountey. Your Committee
hope for better and more prosperous times; and
when they come, perhaps the income of the city
will Justify the exercise, by its publis servants, of
liberality with the money of the pub'ic.
The Committee have examined each expendi?
ture, and now oropose the following recommenda?
tions in the order in which they co ne, as the re?
sult of their deliberation:
Alms Bouse.-We can propose nc- reductions in
this department, as, from all we can learn, the
Board of Commissioners have aoly discharged
Artesian Well.-- We recommend that all work be
suepended, and that the Mayor be authorized to
employ a person at a salary not exceeding twenty
five dol ars per month, to take care of the premises.
Assessor's Office.-Wo recommend that the As?
sessor's salary be reduced to eleven hundred dol?
lars; the Assistant Assessor's to nine hundred dol?
lars, and that no clerk be employed in that office.
Board of HeaUii.-Your Committee are of opin?
ion that no uuntcessary expense bas been entailed
upon the city by this department, but are in hopes
that arrangements may be effected to the satisfac?
tion of all parties, by which the city may have the
nae of the "Boper Hospital," and save the expense
of the rent of the Tucker Building. We recom
Csmparatlve Statement of Expenses for tine p
aa proposed b
1 Captain. $2,000 i capt s
3 Tirai Lieutenant?.. 11*200. 2,400 2 First
4 Second Lieutenants. .S100. 4,000 2 Seeon
3 Orderly Sergeants. .$840.. 1,680 2 Order
18 Sergeants.. $800. 14,440 10 Serge
ITO "Privates..$6?0. 112,200 100 Priva
1 Lieutenant. i, 200 1 Lieuten
8 Detectives..8700 . 5,600 6 Detect!
Clerk Council.. 1,600 Clerk Co
CUyXraaanrer. 6,700 i CityTrea
City Attorney.. 1,000 CityAtto
City Civil Engineer. 2.000 City Civi
Harbor Maater's Office. 1,200 Harbor 5
Mayor's Office. 4.000 Mayor's
Public Printing.| 3,000 PublicP'
Orphan House.j 2,400 Orphan I
Fire Department. Fire Dep
Streets.. 110,000 Streets. .
City Regla-rar. 2.100 city Regl
Artesian Wella. 6,000 Artesian'
Assevor'a Office. 2,700 Assessor'
Hl( h School. 8,200 High 8cb
NEW YORK-Per sehr Vapor-84 bales Upland Cotton,
140,000 feet Yellow Pine Lumber.
TB? fharlfiton Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, ?
CHARLESTON, Tuesday Evening, October 29, 18C7. 1
A moderate demand existed during the day. and while
buyers, ta some Instances, purchased at prices whioh
showed that previous quotations were barely maintain
ed, other operations were at figuras about }? cent. *.$ lb.
lower; eales 608 bales, say 32 at 17, 25 at 11%, 96 at ITJfc
216 at 18, 49 at 18*. 66 at 18^, and 25 bales at 19 cents.
We quote Liverpool classifies Uon :
AUGUSTA, October 28.-There has been some encour?
agement during th* past week for our merchants. The
streets have presented a b mun ess appearance, and con
.ide rabie trans.c?ons ba groceries and staple dry goods
have taken place.
COTTON.-Our last weekly review left cotton at 16c for
middling, wita the market in favor of buyers, although
a reaction took place on Saturday afternoon under favor?
able advices from Liverpool, and the mark t closed on
that day buoyant at 16 s?c for New York middlings.
On Monday the market was firmer, with a fair demand
for good grades, and Augusta middlings brought 16 %c,
while New York middlings advanced to 16Xc, and good
middlings sold for 17c. The sales ot the day were 862
bales, and the receipts 469 bales.
On Tuesday the market was quite brlak, and New York
strict middling sold for 17K- but the receipt of the news
of the failure of tho Royal Bank of Liverpool caused a
decline ot >? a %c. ft lb. Prices were very irregular and
only 445 bales were sold on a basis of \>}\c. for New
York middling. The receipts were 857 bales.
Wedhesaat the market opened with a fair demano, at
about 16J?C for New York middling, but later advices
reporting a d?chue in New York caused a dullness here
and 300 bales were sold, say 16c. for New York middling.
Recejpts reported 638 bales.
On Thursday the market opened and continued bnsk
and excited to the close, with prices too ii regular for re
hable quotation. 1142 balee changed hands at say IG ^
a MX for New York middling. The receipta were 1052
Friday th? marfcet was ?tiff and active, with prices
slightly advanced-sales of 705 ba.ea being made on a
baals of 17 cents for New York Middlings, though hold?
ers later bi the day claimed 17,'i cents, ihe receipts
were 917 bales.
Saturday the market waa very firm with a fair demand
for the fine grades, prices very irregular, balea were
made at about 17^0 for New York Middling. ? ales of
the day 778 balea; receipts (with 76 bales received yes?
terday), 582 bales.
The aal; a since last report ?>ot up 4232 bales, and the
receipts 44? bales.
At all points cotton Las been arriving quite freely, and
ba New York somo sales have been made for cotton to
FLOUS-In good demand and sufi" at figures. O. emili
advances $1 00 per barrel on double extra. We quoio
An-rusai Milln, superfine, 813 00; extra, ?l-l 00; double
extra, 16 00; Granite mills, superfine, $13 00; extra, 14 00;
double extra, $16 00; Excelsior Mills, superfine. $13 00 a
18 60; extra, $14 00; country mills, ?12 00 a ll 00.
GOLD-Brokers are buying at $142, and selling at 143.
SLLVXE.-Braken are buying at $133 and selling at 135.
COTTON-The market opened with a fair demand. New
York Middling bringing 11 hi a 17>ic, but closed dull
with prices decLxung. Sales to-day 471 bales. Receipts
WHEAT-Red at $2 50 a 2 80; White at $2 75 a 3 25.
BACON-Shoulders!J 6, B. B. Sides 18 C, C. R. sides 19.
C. Sides 19 % a 20c, and canvassed Hams 22 a 25c.
(kW-Old White $1 50 a 1 60; New $1 30 a 1 30.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS October 24.-COTTON.-Tho market
opened thia morning with a better feeling, caus- d by
there being no confirmation cf the decline at Liverpool
?.ported yesterday; aud after thc receipt of later tele
gnuaa, noting en advance of >fd , factors became still
more stringent in their pretensions. There was, never
tbjeleas, a du position to meet the demand at aoout lues
day a fljrmea, and as there was a fair inquiry the sales
?mimed up 1300 balea, taken by eleven buyers at figures
i^^A^a^kJSS gowing quotations, vis : Ordi
dtogl7>i a 38c.; M.ddhng IB%C. a- ,
yesterday, under the prevailing depression, we put I
mend, however, that the City Registrar be au
thonrcd to redo.cc all salaries within his depart?
City Recorder.-This orficj is croatod by the
Legislature, and the salary fixed by Council,
which cannot bo changed during life or good be?
haviour. Wo refer Council to "Ordinance ratified
April. lSu-2. pago 211. Bckbard'a Digest," also to
seen n 19th, Ordinanoe ratified 1806, pago 183,
Vltu Ircasun i\~ Wc recommend that thc salary
ot the Treasurer be reduced to $2000 per annum,
and that of tho Assistant and Clerk to $1400 por
( 1er* af Council. -Wo recommend that tho sala?
ry be reduced to $1000 per annum and one-half tho
perquisites of said office; tte other half to go to
Coiiege of Charleston.-Yonr Committee recom?
mend that the Trustees of this Institution be re?
quested to make the same self-supp-u i.iu"', as in
thc impoverished state of thc City,* Council may
not bo in.a condition to assist them.
City Attoiiiey.-We recommend that tho salary
be reduced to $S00 per annum.
Cuy Reg istrar.-Wo recommend that tho salary
be reduced to $1500 per annum.
Fire Department.-\\'e would state, in calling
your attention to this Department, Unit the large
amount charged thereto during tho past year
arose from the fact that Ute end of the late war
found this organization a:most entirely without
hose and other appurtenances necessary for the
safely of thc city. Another year this will be avoid?
ed, ano. at least $20,000 will bo saved the city in
City Police.-Your Committee propose material
r ductions in this department of the city, both os
to officers aud mon-thc prosent organization being
entirely too costly and extensive. Formerly, owing
to thc peculiar police arrangements which it was
necessary to maintain, police in large numbers were
needed as a patrol for the streets at night, but
now no reason exists for such patrol. Such a po?
lice force should be kopi up at thc Lower and Up?
per Guard Houses, as to suffice for duty in cases
of liot, alarm, or emergency; and it is believed
tnat this can bo dono by tho rctontion of a much
^maller number of officers and men than aro now
in the employ of the city. Wc recommend one
Captain, four"Lieutenants" two Orderly Sergeants,
ten Sorgcants, one hundred Privates, with the
following salaries :
Captain.$1500 per annum
First Lieutenants, each.1000 per annum
Sccoud Lieutenants, each.900 per annum
Orderly ^Sergeants, each.760 per aunum
Ser .cants, each.720 per annum
One hundred Ph vated, each.600 per annum
Ton horses to bo allowed.
Detechxe Police. -To consist of ono (1) Lieuten?
ant and six (6) Detectives. Tour CoL-mittee also
recommend that all appointments bv 'be Mayor,
for Captain aDd Lieuies-nts o? Police, be approved
or rejecte . by ballot in Council.
ll'gh Schoo..-Your Committee, in reducing the
salaries ol this institution, are actuated by no feel?
ings of hostility; but when it is borne in mind that
our citizens aro now taxed enormously to support
the Public Schools, which are most admirably
managed and free to all, wo feel justified in recom?
mending to Council a reduction ol thc salaries of
Principal to two thousand dollars per annum.
1st Assistant to twelve hundred dollars per an?
2d Assistant to one thousand dollars per annum.
3d Assistant to nine hundred dollar-? per annum.
French Toacher eight bundi od dollarB per an?
Gorman Teacher eight hundred dollars per an?
Harbor Master.-We recommend that the office
of Assistant Harbor Master be abolished.
Mayor's Office,-Vie recommend to reduce the
salary of the Mayor to thiee thousand dollars
($3000) per annum.
Orphan House.-This noble Institution, foster?
ed by the city and tue pride of our people, has, in
our "judgement, been managed during the past
two years by the Commissioners of the Orphan
House with"signal ability, and ?rilli every effort on
their part to save tho city any unnecessary ex?
pense; and Council and tho community at large
owe them a debt of gratitude for their labor of |
love. But youl- committee, while they admit that
the children of this Institution aro fed and clothed
at tho smallest possible sum compatible with
health and comfort, recommend the following re?
duction in the salaries of its officers:
Supcrientendeut eight hundred dollars per an?
Matron four hundred dollars per annum.
Physician five hundred dol?ais per aunum.
Public Printing. -Your Committee recommend
that tho Public Printing be given to two newspa?
pers at a cost not exceeding ono thousand dol?
lars per annum each paper. The same to be
elected by Council.
Streets.'- This department has cost the city of |
Charleston during the past year over one hundred
thousand dollars. Your committee recommend
that, in future, all work done on the streets bo
[ done under and by authority of the Committee on
I Streets, and thai the inspector be required to
make a monthly report to Council of all work done,
and the cost thereof; and that no bills shall be
paid by tho City Treasurer without the approval
of the chairman bf the Committee on Streets and
the Mayor. And it is further recommended that
the assistant inspector be dispensed with. Your
committee are of opinion that, should this recom?
mendation be rigidly enforced, at least fifty thou?
sand dollars can be saved the city the ensuing
year. It is also recommended that the salary of
the Inspector bc reduoed to $800 per annum.
Tidal Drains. -Your committee recommend that
the Mayor make a monthly report to Council of the
operations of tho drains and the costs thereof,
during the monta. Council can then determine
what is best to be done. Tho committee recom?
mend that no bills be paid by the City Treasurer,
except salaries and contract work, unless having
been passed by Council.
[Signed.] E. W. MARSHALL,
H. B. OLNEY,
E. D. ENS! ON,
R. M. BUTLER.
aat Fiscal Year, and for th* Ensuing Tear,
ia Lieutenants. .$000.
.ly sergoanta.. $760...
an te.. $720..
Low Middling at - a 17J?C, and Miauling at - a lBXi,
the rest being as above.
To-day Low Middling sold at IT3,, and small lots of
the other grades were picked np at a fraction under our
Inside ngaree, but lists of any magnitude could hardly
have been had at less than quoted rates. The demand
was for Great Britan, France, Spain and the Continent,
with some little for the North. A larger business would
have been done, but the movement was chocked by the
moderate extent of the supply offering, and tae dfficulty
of pasting foreign exchange. For New York and Liver?
pool markets see t( legraphic head.
STATEMENT OK COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1867.bales-15,256
Received to-day. 1713
Recei. cd previor dy. 31,079- 32,792
Cleared to-day. 361
Cleired previously. 16,847-17,208
Stock on band and on shipboard.
The export comprise 361 bales for Boston.
WILMINGTON, October 28.-Owing to the inclemency
of thc weather very little out-door business lia? been
<?ine to-day. Thu following arc all the sales we can
he r of.
TUBPENTDTK.-79 bids, sold at $3 60 for virgin and yel?
low dip. and ?'J 50 fur nard "j* 280 lb?.
COTTON.-Sale-: of 16 bales as follows : 1 bale at 16
cents for ordinary, 2 do. at 17J? cents for low middling,
and 4 do. at 17.'X cents, and 9 do. at 18 cents for
CINCINNATI, October 25. -There has never, perhaps,
in the history of the provision trade been a duller week
ti an the past. Everything i as been at a perfect stat d
still in this market, and but little more doing in others
and, in the total absence of orders from any quarter, it
were useless to offer anything at any pi ices, as there
were no bm era. This state of affairs has led to declines
in all articles. There is neither speculative nor con?
sumptive demand, yet prices ot ull articles now on band
aro lower than new can be made unless there be quite a
decline in the price of hogs. 1 here ha> been about 6000
hogs cut up totals time, but fie weather has been to
unievorable that it bas noarly all spoiled, and can only
be made :ntc grease, thus cutting off all prospects for
any early new meal?. The weather is still too warm to
undertake to cure ith safety, and the experience of car?
ly cutters should deter them from going further until the
settled cold weather sets iu ; yet some has been killed
within the past few days.
Boos.-Receipts irom Sepvembcr 1st to the present
date wero 32,473, and exports $306, most of which have
been used by the butchers. Sales aro being made on the
spot at so a S7 tor fair to choice. No contracts for future
OREEN MEATS-For present delivery are difl cutt ol
sale, but when sold bring TS. ll, and 13kc for should?
ers, sides and bams.
?i^Z^Z?^^^ ,a.U tbe week witu "M" 8?'es
at $21, but most holde.s decline to accept this price, be
heving it cannot be ma o so eheap out ol thc new crop
Yet if forced on the market it would not sell 'or over $->0
LABS-Is dull and would not bring over 12 K thougl
held at 12%. Kegs same. New Lird sells at about thc
same, though its quality is not so ^ood.
.l?LK MEATS about exhausted, the shoulders hf art
held at 13c loose
BACON dull, but held firmly at 14,17K,, aud 18A?c tor
Shoulders, clear rib and clear Sides, the stock bein- wry
light; no old Hams left; new ice cured 22 'j c, canvased
PLATE BEEF dull at $18 a 20.
1 HUED BEEF 17 i 18. can vated and packed.
Exports of the week wer? 4221 barrel? and 1351 kegs,
nearly all consigned, and uoue ?hipred on oiders except
Imports, 318 barrels and 17 kegs of Lard, and 149,850
lbs loose meats. Freight unchanged.
GEO. W. PHILLIPS, Jiu,
Provisien and Produje Exchange.
i onsi-iu es per south Carolina Kullroaii,
Uti bales Colton, 48 bale1; Domestics. 177 sacks Flour,
19 obis Rosin, 102 casks Clay, 1 car Furniture, 4 cars
cumber, ?sc. To C O Martindale, G W Wilhams f? Co. G
1 Walter A Co. Adams, Frost A Co, Railroad Agent, il L
Offers A Co. Willis A Chisel m, Li Jc..nings A Co, J E
?owers, Z Davis. J M Caldwoll A Sons, J G Milnor A Co,
D Aikcu A: Co, J N Robson. J A J D Kirkpatrick, Grae
er, Lee. Smith A Co, E H Rodgers A Cu, street Bros ?
;o, ourtenay i Trenhoim. 1 Stenhouse A Co, A Kopff,
) Beeder, W P Dowling. E Lowndes, J li Baggett A Co,
? W Clark A Co, Mowry A Co, J ll E Sloan. S D Stoney,
I F Baker A Co, J Marshall, jr, Mantoue A Co, A J Sa?
nas, J & T Getty, Wagener, Heath A Monsees, John
ton, Crews A Co, Utsey A Kenyon, T Cordes, F L Meyer,
i M Ayer A Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
213 balea Cotton, Mdze, fee. To A. M BrailBford. Rave
iel fe Co, Graeser. Leu. Smith A Co. W K Ryan. Mowry
k Co, Adams. Frost & Co. O W Williams fe Co, J fe J D
Kirkpatrick, F A Sawyer, J M Caldwell fe SOD, 2 Davis,
Uaggett A: Co, and Order.
Per steamship Manhattan, from Kow York-Mrs E
MeNamee, MrB Fitzsimmons and child, Mrs W R Hoyt,
Miss Maria Smith, Miss Georgiana Ford, E Mayo and
wile, Mrs C Stockman and maid, Mr Bones and servant,
Miss Brown, Miss Longstreet, Mrs L Holmes and maid,
A S Marshall, wife ard child, Rev A Glennie and wife, W
B C Carpenter, wife and child, W J Tate, wife and child,
E W Jackson, S D Rue, J H Jamison and wife, Miss L
Jamison. Misa A Jamison, Mrs Dr Campbell, Miss Camp?
bell. D Jamison, A Jamison, G Jamison, E H Jackson,
wife and son, Mrs S S Gilbert, D Goldstein, J Enicht, A
McCobb, jr, R Cotter and wife. D F Day, wife and child,
Major P S Allison, Miss A Allison, Miss E Allison, Miss
Florence Mlison, Miss Emdy Allison, Miss Gatzmor and
maid, Miss Henrietta Allison, Geo G Muir, C Smith, M
Blaney, and ll in steerage.
Per steamer Fannie, from Savannah, ria Beaufort, Hil?
ton Head, &c-J W Gaillard, Mrs Mary Thomas, c.ptain
Egau and wife, A Fossenden, J Bohoume and wife, W H
Hairisson, H Elliott, B Goldtmith. R M Fuller, and 2
rHASEB or THE MOON.
First Q. 4th, 10h. 7m. morn I Last?. 18th,llh. tOm.morn
Full M. 11th. 7h. flOtn. even | New M. 25th,llb. 41m. oven
PORT OP CHARLESTON
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York-left Sat?
urday. Mdze. To Street Bros & Co. P 8 Allison, J D
Aiken 4 Co, D A Amme, J E Adger fe Co, C D Ahrens fe
Co, H Bischoff & Co, H B Banks, T M BristoU. A O Bar?
bot, J B Betts, H Boyleeton, Mrs M J Booth, J A Cook fe
Co S G Courtenav, Camerou, Barkley fe Co, T D Clancy,
T M Cater. W H Cbafee, B fe A P Caldwell, H Cobia fe
Co W S Corwin fe Co, Cartmill, Harbeson 4 Co, J fe F
Daw-on, Dowie 4 Moise, Z Davis, E David, H Daly, O F
Fleming fe Co, Steamer Dictator, B Feldman, I L Falk fe
Co, J Fitzsimmons, E J H Fischer, Graeser, Lee, Smith
fe Co, W Gurney, Goodrich, Wineman fe Co, C Goldstein,
J H Graver, Hart fe Co. G H Hoppock. J H ur kam p fe Co,
N Hunt fe Son, A Diing, Johnston, Crews fe Co, Jeffords
fe Co, O E fe A S Johnson. F Eoldeway, H Klarte fe Co, J
P Kelp, Khhck, Wickenberg fe Co, Kinsman fe Howell, A
Langer, A Linstedt, D Lillienthal fe Co, E J Lewith, J P
Merkhardt. Laurey fe Alexander, Muller, Nimitz fe Co, J
B McEUiose, W Mancher. Mantoue fe Co, J M Martin, -T
G Milnor, Mowry fe Co. Murphy, Little fe Co. S R Mat?
thau. W Matthiessen, Agent, Mehrtens fe Wohltmac, C
Matthews, McLoy fe Rice, J Mertens. North. 8teelo fe
Wardell, N E Railroad Agent, J F O'Neill fe Son, W Russ
man, D O'NeiB fe Son, B O'Neill, B E Pennal, J A Quack
enbush, J Steiner. L Schnell fe Co, E B Stoddard fe Co,
Strauss, Vanees 4 Co, G W Steffens 4 Co, TO Sawyer, J
B Togni, Southern Express Co, Brevet-Major Gen R O
Tyler, A Tiefenthal, O Teideman, G A Viananaki, Werner
4 Ducker, J H V?llers, J Walker. Agout, J Wiley, Wage?
ner. Heath 4 Monaees, W G Whilden 4 Co, G W Wd
liams 4 Co, G H Walter 4 Co, W B Williams, O Welters,
5 C Railroad Agent, and others. Tho Manhattan expe?
rienced very heavy gales south of Hatteras, from South?
east to South.
Sehr Lilly, Safford, Arocibo, P R-15 days. Sugar and
Molasses. To the Master. Bound to New York and put
into this port in distress. Tho Lilly has experienced
heavy gales, in which lost the foresail, mainsail, dying
Jib. and centre board, causing the vessel to leak, and had
the' deck load washed overboard. On the 23d inst, off
Cape Lookout, William Partridge, mate, about 30 years
of age, a native of North Carolina, wai washed overboard
Sehr Renshaw, Wakefer, Back River. 3100 bushels
Rough Rico. To Cohen, Hanckel 4 Co.
Sehr Charlotte, Peterson, Back River. 3100 bushels
Rough Rice. To Cohen, Hanckol 4 Co.
Sehr Emma Baker, Grant, Ashepoo. 2300 bushels
Bough Bice. To Adsms, Frost 4 Co.
Sehr Elvira, Habenlcht, Combahce. 2000 bushels
Rough Rice. To W C Bee 4 Co.
Sehr William 4 John, Stewart, Combahee. 2200 bush?
els Rough Rice, ? bales Cotton. To Adams, Frost 4 Co,
Roper 4 Stoney.
Behr Emma, Power, Combahee. 2500 bushels Rough
Rice. To W C Bee 4 Co.
Behr Ann S Deas, from West Point MilL 26 bbls Rice.
To Cohen, Hanckel 4 Co.
Steamer Fannie, Peck, Savannah via Bluffton, Hil?
ton Head and Beaufort 5 bales 8 I Cotton, and Mdze.
To J Ferguson, Ravenel 4 Co, Lieut W S Long, Southern
Express Co, W 8 Hastie, Jr, W H Harrisson.
Steam tug J R Staples, Springs, Georgetown, S C. To
Risley 4 Creighton.
Sloop Julia, from Pon Pon. 850 bushels Rough Rice.
To J R Pringle.
Sloop Isabella, from Cooper River. 1C00 bushels
Rough Rice. To W Gurney.
Sloop Ellen, Gradick, Cooper River. 700 bushels Rough
Rice. To Ravenel 4 Co.
Sloop Anna Wando, from Combahee. 933 bushels
Bough Rico. To J C H Claussen.
IN THE OFFING.
Bark Chattanooga, from liverpool.
Bark Queen, from Liverpool.
Sehr Vapor, Bogert, Now York-Wm Roach.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Brig Keystone, Barter. New York.
Sehr Chitoe, Hatch, Boston.
Sehr J K Jova, Little, Boston.
Sehr Sophia R Jameson, Ross, New York.
Sehr Americus, Moss, New York.
Sehr A E Conkling. Daniels. New York.
Sehr Carrie M Rich, Amsbury, New York,
sehr J Crocker, Lowe, BncksviUe, S C.
Sehr J M Morales, Newman, Georgetown, S C.
Sehr W S Dough ten. Tatem, Georgetown, S C.
Sehr Maine Law, Johnson, Georgetown, S C.
Steamer Dictator, Payne, Palatka, via Jacksonville, Fer?
nandina and Savannah.
From thia Port.
Steamship Equator, Jackway, New York, Oct 29.
A dispatch from Fortress Monroe, of the 29th instant,
mentions that tho steamship Saragossa, from New York
for Charleston, had put into that harbor with the smoke
I.IST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND HAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Brinah bark Yumuri, Thompson, (teared.Sept 23
Br bark Queen, Stuart, sailed.August 19
British bark Tecumseh, Nponagle, Bailed.Oct 1
Tho Chattanooga, Freeman, Balled.August 19
The Hakon Adelstom, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Charleston, Morley, seilet,.September 18
The Pawnee, Anker, sailed. Oct 6
Spanish brig Anuncio, Fomente, sailed.Oct ll
The Triton, Keoger, sailed.Sept 4
The Competitor, Turner, up.Oct
Bremen bark Gauss, WietJng, railed.Oct
Steamship George B Upton, Rieh, to leave.Oct 26
Brig Josie A Dovereaux, Clark, up.Oct 21
Sehr Ida Bella, Weeks, up.Oct 12
Sehr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, cleared.Oct 24
Steamship Saragossa, Oro well, cleared.Oct 26
Brig Tangent, Bich, cleared.Oct 14
Behr Carrie S Webb, Worthington, up.Oct 14
Sehr Curtis Tilton, Somer, up.Oct 16
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.Oct 17
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, up.Oct 21
Sehr Nellie Potter, Somers, cleared.Oct 23
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, to leave.Oct 27
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Charlestoii Wholesale Prices,
ZAGGING, fl yard- . m ".
Dundee. 30 . tlS
Gunny Cloth. H ? S
BALE ROPE, ft lb-Manilla. 2* <9 f_
Western. 13 ? ,?
New York. - 9 ~~
Ju e. 12 V'@ -
BREW, ?t tb
Navy. - I -
Pilot. JO @ -
Priu-lfprfl . 13 (OJ I"
BRAN, fi 100 lb?. 33 ? -
COTTON, fl HS
Ordbiary to Good Ordinary. - @ ~,
LowMiddUng. 16 f }V*
Middling to Strict Middling. 18 ?
Good Middling. - @ -
Sea Island. 45 @ 5o
CANDLES, fl lb-Sperm. 28 @ -
Adamantine. 22 @ 25
Tallow. 19 @ 20
COFFEE, fi lb-Rio. 24 0 30
Laguayra. 28 (& 35
Java. ? 45
CORDAGE, ? tts-Manilla. - @ -
Tarred American. 26 @ 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 @ -
COAL, fi ton-Anthracite. 9.60 @1P.00
COPPER. ? lb-Sheot. 68 & 60
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 @ -
Paci?c Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 76.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano. 55 00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... 60.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 res... 65.00 @ -
Mapes'SuperPhosphate,ft 2000 lb 66.00 @ -
ZeU's Raw Bone Phosphate. 66.00 @ -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 (S) -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lame..-. | 65.00 @ -
FISH-Cod, fl 100 lbs.I 7.00 @ 9.00
Herring, f) box. 45 @ 80
Mackerel, No. 1, ft half bbl. 11.00 @li.50
Mackerel, No. 2, fi half bbl.10.00 @10.50
Mackerel, No. 3, fi bbl. - @ -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. - @ -
No. 2. - <a -
No. 3. - (gt -
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes.... 48 @ 60
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.12.00 @ -
Northern and Western Extra.13.00 @ -
Baltimore Extra.13.00 @ -
Southern-Super.12.60 @ -
Extra.13.60 @ -
Family.14.60 ? -
IS UITS-Prunes, fl ft. 22 @ -
Figs. 40 @ -
Dried Apples. 10 @ 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 (a) 40
Raisins, M. R., fl box. 4.00 (gt 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.60 @ 6.60
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons, fi box.16.00 @17.00
tiLASS, fl box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 @ 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 (gt 6.50
French, 12x14. 7.00 @ 8.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, fl bushel..... 90 @ -
Western Oats, fi bushel. - (g) -
Corn, fl bushel. 1.66 @ 1.70
Beans, fl bushel. 2.00 @ 3.00
HAY, fl cwt.-North River. 1.15 @ 1.20
Eastern. 1.35 @ -
HIDES-Dry, fi ft. 10 @ 12
INDIGO-9 ft. 1-00 (ai 1.75
IRON- Refined, fl ft. 07 (a) 07,'i
Swede. 09 (a) 10
LATHS, fl M. 4.00 @ 4.60
LIME-Shell, fi bbl. - fc> -
South Carolina. 1.60 @ -
Rockport. 2.00 (g? 2.25
Cement. 2.76 im 3.60
Plaster Paris. 4.00 (a) 4.60
LUMBER, fl M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality. 60.00 @56.00
White Pine, good run.i38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tongued_ 28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, fl ft. - ii -
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba. 15 w 60
Muscovado. 65 @ 66
Sugar House. 60 ? 1.00
New Orleans. 75 fi 82
NA VAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar. - fi -
Pitch.I - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 4.60 ? 6.00
Rosin, No. 1. 3.76 ? 4.00
Rosin, No. 2. 3.00 ? -'
Rosin. No. 3. 2.75 ? 2.86
Spirits Turpentine, fl gallon. 51 ? 62
Odium. ? re. 10 ta -
NAILS-American, 4@20d, ft keg. 5.60 ? 7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, ft ft. 1.00 (at -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 ? 16
Oj LS- Lard, fl gallon. 1.40 fi 1.45
Linseed, fi gabon. 1.64 ? 1.60
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fi gallon. - fi -
Castor (E. I.), ft gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, fl dozen.I 8.00 (310.00
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 fi 64
Benzine, ft gallon. 60 fi -
PROVISIONS-Beet, meas, fl bbl.16.00 @30.00
Beef, prime.14.00 015.00
Pork, moss. 28.00 ? -
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fi ft. 18 foi 24^
Bacon, Sides. 18 (gt 19#
Bacon, Shoulders. lsj-?fa 16
Bacon. Strips. 18 ? -
Lard, in keg. 12K@ 16
Butter. 30 fi 45
Cheese. 16 fa) 64
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 (gt -
Onions. 4.00 (gt -
Apples. 8.00 (? y.00
PAINTS-m?te Lead, fi ft. 10 ? 16
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.i 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 ? -
RfCE-Carollna, fl ft. 10?i? ll
East badU. - ? -
SLATES- American, fl square.12.60 fd -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 ? 8.00
White Pine, first quaUty.12.00 @ -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fi sack. 2.60 ? 2.75
Liverpool, fino. - ? -
SOAP- Bar, fl ft. ll ? 16>;
STARCH, fl ft. 10 ? M
SPICES, fi ft-Cassia. 1.00 fi -
Mace. 1.76 ? -.1
Cloves. 76 fi -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.60
Pepper. 40 fi -
Pimento. 40 fi 60
Race Ginger. SO ? -
SPIRITS, fi gaUon-Alcohol. 6.0U ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac. 4.00 ?12.00
' Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 (gt 3.76
Oin. Holland. 4.76 ? 6.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ? 3.76
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 @ 6.00
Bum, N. E. 2.60 ?d 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 ? 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 (at 2.40
SUGAR, fl ft-Raw. 13 (at 15
Crushed. 18 fi 19
Clarified A. 17 (gt 18
Clarified B. 17 ? IBX
Clarified C.;. 16K? 17
Loaf. . 18 (at 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 16
Muscova^' . 13 (9 IS
OTO^?^Domesttcmanufacture, fl M. 18.00 ?46.00
TEAS, fl ft-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.60
Gunpowder.-.. 2.00 ? 2.50
Hyson. 1.60 fi 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 (gi 1.76
TOBACCO, fl ft, as per quality. 40 ? 1.60
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - ? -
Poplar. - ? -
Hickory. - @ -
TIN-I C Booting Plato.15.00 @ -
IX Roofing Plato.17.00 ft, -
I C Tin PUto', 10x14.16.80 @ -
IX Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 (gt -
1 C Tin Plato, 14x20. 16.60 @ -
Block Tin, fl ft. 40 @ -
nr/iVE-Cotton, ft ft. 76 ? -
Bating. 46 & -
Hemp. 46 fi -
Jnte. 60 fi -
F.itfA7.S/?"-Bright, fi gaUon. 26 fi -
Parafine. - & -
VINEGAR-Wuiie Wine, fl gallon. 60 fi
Cider. . 30 fi -
French. 1.00 ? 1.26
WINE, fl gallon-Port. 2.60 @ 6.00
Madeira. 3.25 @ 6.00
Sherry. 2.26 @ 6.00
Claret, fi case. 6.00 @18.60
Champagne, fl basket. 25.00 @30.00
ZINC-Sheet, fl ft... 26 ? 27
LEAD PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
KO. 34 JOHN STREET, NEW YORK.
- ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL:
fl of superior quality are manufactured and offeree
. at fair terms to the Trade. The public are Invited
fTI\ to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pre
MP THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THE
?Sa PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND N.liION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
BHEFFLELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL. )
EKOINEKKISO DEPABTMKNT, [
YALE COLLEGE, November 16, 1806. )
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrad*
Lead Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of tho American Polygrade Lead Pencils, man?
ufactured by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I find them superior to any pencil in use, even to
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Pencil,
being a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mt chanical drawing, and all the ordinary uses of a lead
These pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even the sollest pencils hold tie point well;
they are alt that can be desired in a pencil It gives me
great pleasure to be ablo to assure Americans that they
will no longer bc compelled to depend upon Germany or
any other foreign market for pencils.
Professor of DrJ 'ing, Ac.
ALL PENCILS ABE STAMPED:
tO- "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without t.ie exact name of the firm
J??k 10 jj;_December 13
The East Florida Banner,
OCALA. MARION COUNTY, FLORIDA.
T. F. SMITH, Editor and Proprietor.
S. C. DtBRTJHL, Assistant Editor.
THE BANNER HAS A LARGE CIRCLU ATION
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Business men, desirous of introducing their business
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The Lancaster Ledger.
CONNORS & CARTER.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
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lipper Districts of tho State. Rates of atlvertisingj lib?
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CO PROVIDE FUR TUE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTEREST
ON THE DEBT OF THE CITY, WHICH ACCRUED ON THE
THIRTIETH DAY OF SEPILlliint LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY I HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN in City Council assembled. That for thc pur
[x>se of liquidating thc interest ou thc public debt ot the
iity, which accrued on the thirtieth day ot September
last, six per cent, stock, obligatory on the corporation of
the City of Charleston, Bhall be issued under the direc
don of the Mayor, to the persons holding stocks or six
per cent, bonds ol the city, and eut.tlod lo receive the
interest accrued thereon ut the time above stated, tho
said stock to bear interest after the rate of 3ix per cent,
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable In thirty
years from date: Provided, That no part of said stock
shall be Issued for any sum less tuan twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
Etil suma for less than twentv dollars, and f jr fractional
parts of a dollar, shall be paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That the fenn of certificate, and mode of
transfer of said stock shall be subject to the same regu?
lations aa now exist in t elation to other city six per cent,
stocka of the cit}'.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L S.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October 25
TO BEOULATE THE DRECQINO OF DOCKS.
Whereas, Thc best interests of the city, as web as the
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demand
that the channel of Cooper River be kept open with suffi?
cient depth of water for all commercial purposes, and
free from obstruction :
Be it ordained. That in future all mud removed from
any of the city docks by dredge machines, or otherwise,
shall be removed ono hundr-'d and fl'ty fathoms from
the end of the dock.
The Harbor Muter shall be furnished with a copy of
this Ordinance, which he is required strictly to enforce;
and to roport for prosecution au violations of the same;
which shall subject the party so offending to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dol?ais for etch and every
Ratified in City Council thia eight day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.8.J P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October IS
NOTICE: TO DKL.INQ.UENT TAX HAY KU s.
CITY TREASURY OFf ICE. )
October 8,1867. J
TAX EXECUTIONS WILL ISSUE FROM THIS OF?
FICE on 22d Inst, on all unpaid returns for 1867,
due on 39th June last. 8. THOMAS,
October 9_City Treasurer,
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASURY Ol FICE, I
OCTOBER 2, 1867. I
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED BY ORDI
NANCE on 30th September. Renewals will te
granted on application at this office, if made daring Thu
Month. 8. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, I
CITY HALL, CHARLESTON, September ll, 1867. )
ClEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
O the 13th at 12 o'clock M., for BUILDING SEVERAL
TRUNES of the lengths and sizes given below. The es?
timates wUl include the cost of excavating about 200
cubic yards of earth, the necessary tilling, reforming ot
pavements, and grading alter the laying of trunks.
Length of Trunk in Line sbeet.270
Length of Trunk in and from lots in Coming street
. to the baal drain. 300
Length cl Trunk from lots on Gadsden street to tho
main drain in Wentworth street. 120
Length of Trunk from McIntosh's Court to Rad?
cliffe street drain. 187
Ti unka to be tw elvo by twenty inc he* In the clear,
built of two by twelve inches primo yellow pine plunks,
to rest upon sleepers of three by nine inches, three feet
long, placed five feet from centres. Braces to be two by
an inches, dovetailed bato thc sides of Trunks, at dis?
tances of five feet from centres. The Trunks to be laid
to grad.- pegs furnished by the Engineer.
All tho work must be carried on with the greatest
Plans can be seen at thia office.
A copy of these sp?cifications must be attached to each
oner. LOUIS J. BABBOT,
September 12 City Engineer.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, I
January 3,1867. j
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UND lilt
the following Ordinance licenses have been preparen
tor delivery from this Office. 8. THOMAS,
REC L Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen i n
City Council assembled. That from and after the first dav
of J a i. ua ry, licensed shall be taken out for aU caris, dru),
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to the samo provision.
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let ut
driven for hire, except giving bonds, And each SUOL
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a badge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to uk
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer at
surely to any bond under the Ordinance concerning 1i
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
less he or she bo a freeholder.
SEO. 3. The following shall hereafter bc the rates loi
licenses for public and private curte, drays, wagons, fcc,
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shit!
be free from other taxation :
PUBLIC CARTS, DRAYS, ETC., OR THOSE EMPLOYED IN AN >
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOB III UK DIRECT OB INDIRECT.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse oi
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horse- J:
For every back and carriage with two wheels, S20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, *40.
For evory stage or omnibus (except line omnibus
with two horses, $50.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus.
drawn by tour horses, $60.
For every truck drawn oy two or more horses or muh *
For every express wagon drawn by two or more honet
or mules, ?60.
BREAD CARTS ANO PRIVATE CARTS, DRAYS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, $5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and not to be employed in the tran??
porting ot goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
indirectly tor the ?ame, ahaU pay for a Ucenao the sum ct
$6, exclusive ot the horse or mule.
Ratified in City Council, this 16th day of January
II. H.] in the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
By the Mayor.
January 3_W. H. SMITH, derk of Council.
IO BEOULATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS PTO
DUCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, tn
City Council assembled. That from and after tho 13th day
of Juno next, it shall not oe la wi ul to keep Petroleum,
Kerosene, kock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other In?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
?tore or building south of Linc street, in a largor quan?
tity than fifty gallons on any one lot or premises, ami
uny such quantity so kept or storeo shall be contained bi
vessels ot tin or other metal.
SEO. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, when brought into the city by land
or water, may be kept on any lot or ba any building In
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon tho expiration of which timo it
shall be removed and kept in the manner as required by
the foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ot
this Ordinance shall be subject to a fine of two hundred
dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any Court of com?
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, Iii
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred anti
[L.H.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. SMITH. Clerk of CounciL_June 0
OFFICE CLERK or COUNCIL, I
May 1867. )
The following SecUon of " An Ordinance to abolish the
office of Sperintendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
lug the Streets' Lanes, Alloys, and open Courts in tho
City of Charlesston Clean, and for other purposes," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For the duo protection of the said contractor or con?
tractors, ti itjurther ordained, That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
s ti cot, lane, alloy, or open court, shall on every day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, placed in front of his or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readiness for the contractor, by tho hoar ot
seven o'clock, A. M., trom tho tb st day ot May to the
ti iii t day of November in every year ; and by the hour ot
nine o'clock, A. M.. from the tint day of November to
the first day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dut, filth, garbage, or other
otial, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, arter the
hours above named, Bhall bc- subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for each and every
offence, to be imposed by the Mayor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May IC Clerk of Council.
Kl RE LOAN.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLESTON, )
CITS HALL, November 9,1866. j
ALL PERSONS DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IS VAL
Burnt Districts and Waste Places of tho City, un?
der "An Act of the General Assembly, giving authorilj
to the City Council of Charleston to proceed in the ma.,
ter of a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up the
City anew," are hereby notified that the form of appli?
cation for loans con be obtained at the office ef the Clerk
of Council, between thu hours of 9 A. M. and '1 P. M.
All applications must bei?' d In thc above mentioned
Office, as the Committee will meet every Mot.day to cor.
sider the same.
By order of ihs Mayor W. fi. SMITH,
November 10 Oler? ot Council.
OFFICE CLEBK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of au "Ordinance to Raise Sup?
plies, lor theyejr 1867," is published for the information
ot persons selling Good? by sample or otherwise, who an
not residents oi this city. All such persons are hereby
nobfltil to report?t this office.
"Three dollars ou every hundred dollars of all goods
sold in this city I *tons not residents, by sample ol
otherwise." Vi. H. SMITH,
March H Clerk of Ocmnil]
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., May 4,1367. J
rE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS AML
inclosures, vaults, ?tc, will commence on Mondai,
next, Ct inst Owners and occupants are hereby require''
lo see that their premises are in good condition and thu!
nil filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi?
nance. Other inspections wdl follow.
Bv order of Mayor GA:LLAIU>.
C. B. SIG WALD.
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment of
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which haB been patented In the United States,
France and England, is now offered by the subscriber to
tho public, feeling assured they will find it, upon exami?
nation, one of the greatest invenlious ol the age.
Prominent among its advantages arc:
FIBBT-The facility with which horses may be harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carriaae. also rendering it
unnecessary for thc person unharnessing to pass between
or behind the horses as is customary, thus uvoi.ling tay
liability of being kicked.
SECOND-In case ot a horse falling, he may bc loosed
from the carriage in one second, without the driver leav?
ing bia seat. It is so simple in its operation that a child
can work it.
THIRD A.M. GREATEST-In casen of horses toking fright,
becoming unmanagable or running away, tho terrible
consequences which so frequently follow may be all avoid?
ed by this simple application to carriages, as the horses
can be loosed from the carriage "ina twinkling," and the
carriage ls quickly and safely stopped.
Mr. C. DUCREUX gave several public exhibitions. The
great, favor and praise manifested by the public on these
jccr.sions, is one ol the evidences ot a popular apprecia?
tion of its merits.
Terms may be known and orders received for applying
the patent to carriages, or purchase of State Rights, bv
Kldressmg to C. DUUREUX, Patentee,
No. 93 Elizabeth street, New York.
October 22 3mo j
~ MU' MIX & SON, '
No. 598 BROADWAY,
MANUFACTURFRS AND DEALERS IN
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, WHICH WILL BE SOLD
less than at any other establishment In the city,
ind warranted equal to any made in thc United Staten.
4*? Descriptive catalogues sent on application.
August 30 imw
"EXCELSIOR [ J?XC?LSI?K !~
For Removing Sn|icrfluou< Hair.
110 TBE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itself as being an almost in?
dispensable article to female beauty, is easily applied,
does not burn or injuro the altin, but acto directly on the
roots. It is warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part ol the body, completely
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving tn
skin soft, smooth and natural. This is the only artic!
used by the French, and is the only real effectual depila
tory m existence. Price 75 cents per package,'' * poi
raid to any address, on receipt or an order, by
BEBO ER, SHUTTS A CO., Chemists,
March 30 'V No. 285 River st.. Troy. N. V
Oh 1 she was beautiful and fair.
With starry eyes, and radiant bair,
Whose curling tendrils, soft entwined,
Enchained the very heart and mind,
For Corling the Hair of either Sex into Wavy
end Glossy Ringlets or Heavy Massive
Bk- USING THIS ARTICLE LAD1E i AND GENTLE?
MEN can beautify themselves a thousand-iold.
It is the only article in the world that will curl straight
hair, and at the same time give it a beautiful, glossy ap
pe. u-ance. The Crisper Coma not only curls the hair, but
invigorates, beautifies and cleanses lt; is highly and de?
lightfully perfumed, and is the most complete article ol
the kind ever offered to the Ann rican public. The
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed and
postpaid for SI.
Address all orders to
W. L. CLARE A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 Weft Fayette street, Syracuse. N. Y.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATION'S
MADE B? THE GREAT ASTROLOGIST,
Madame H. A. PERRICH).
SHE REVALS SECRETS NO MORTAL EVER KNEW.
She restores to happiness those who, from doleful
events, catastrophes, crosses in love, lora of relations and
friends, loss of money, Ac, have become despondent.
She brings together those long separated, gives Informa?
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stolen property, tells yon the business yon are beat
qualified to pursue and in what you will be most success?
ful, causea speedy marriages, and tells yon the very day
ycu will marry, gives you the names, likeness and char?
acteristics of the person. She reads your very thoughts,
and by her almost supernatural powers, unveils the dark
and hidden mysteries of the future. From the stars we
see in the firmament-tho malefic stars that overcome or
predominate in the configuration-trow the aspects ami
positions of the planets and the fixed stars tn the heavens
at the tune of birth, she deduces the future destiny ol
man. Fail not to consult, the greatest Astrologist on
earth. It coats you but a trifle, and you may never again
have so favorable an opportunity, Consultation fee, with
likeness and all desired information, $1. Parties living
at a distanco can consult the Madame by mail with equal
safety and satisfaction to themselves, as if in person. A
full and explicit chart, written out, with all inquines ar
swered and likeness enclosed, sent by mail on receipt >.
price above mentioned. The strictest secresy will be
maintained, and all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. References ol thc highest order furnished those ..i -
airing them. Write plainly the day of the month ar.J
year in which you were born, enclosing a small loo- o
Address, MADAME H. A. PERBIGO,
P. 0. DBA WEB 293, BUFFALO, N. Y.
_Marrh KU _ __lv_
F} 11 Ii A1 ) KI. P111A UNIVERSITY
MEDICINE" AND SURGERY.
nriHE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
JL AND SURGERY was organized in 1848. Chartered
by the Legislature, February 26.1853. Name changed
by a legislative enactment to the Eclectic Veil '<? al Col?
lege, of Philadelphia, in 18G0. In 1863 it purchased the
Pennsylvania Medical college, established in l?t?, and
the Philadelphia Medical College, which had previously
been merged into tho Pennsylvania Medical College. In
1864 it purchased the Penn Medical Univi rsl'.y. The
Trustees of the separate schools united, petitioned and
obtained a special Act of the Lepis.ature, consolidating
these institutions and cha_ ging their names to that of the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 15,1865. AU tin se various Acta are publi hed in
the statutes of Pennsylvania. The cost of the 1 nllding
and museum was over one hundred thousand dollars. It
will bo observed that the University, aa now organized, ia
the legal representative of the four Medical Colleges that
it bas absorbed. It is a liberal school of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached to any medical cliques,
but embraces m its teaching everything of value to the
Sessions.-lt has two full sessions each year, commenc?
ing on the 1st of October, and continuing until the lat of
january, as ita first session, and from tho 1st ol January
to the 1st ot April, as its second ; the two constituting one
full course of lectures. It has also a summer session,
commencing the 1st April sad continuing until August,
for the preparatory branches, such as Latin, Greek,
Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Chemistry, Anatomy
Tickets.-Tickets to the full course of lectures $120. or
160 for each session. For the rummer or preparatory
course $25. Graudating fee $80. To aid young men of
moderate means, the University has issued five hundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course students tor
$76, and to second-course students and clergymen for
$60, each constituting the holder a life member, with the
perpetual privileges of the lectures, and all the teachings
of the school. The only additional tees are a j early dis?
secting and matriculating ticket, each of which ia $5.
The Advantages of Scholarships.-The student holding a
scholarship can enter the College at any time during the
year, attend as long as ho chooses, and re-enter the insti?
tution ss frequently as desired.
It requires no previous reading or study to enter the
University on scholarships, hence, all private tuition fees
Students, by holding scholarships, can prosecute other
business a part of the time.
The candidate for graduation can present himself at
any time, and receive his degree as soon as qualified.
In case a stu J en t should hold a scholarship and not be
able to attend lectures, it can be transferred to another,
thus preventing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of students wishing to
purchase scholarship tor them a year or more before
their attendance at tbe University, can secure them by
advancing one-half the price and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and benevolent
men can bestow great benefit upon poor young men I y
presenting them a scholarship, and thus enabling thu;u
to ootaln an honorable profession.
The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent physiciane
and surgeons. The University has associated with lt a
large hospital clinic, whete every form of medical and
surgical disease is operated on and treated in the pres?
ence of the claas.
COLLEGE BUILDING.-The College building, located in
Ninth street, south of Walnut, is the finest in the city.
Its front is collegiate gothic, and is adorned with em
battlements and embrasures, presenting a novel, bold,
and beautiful appearance. The facade is of brown stone,
ornamented by two towers, rising to the elevation ot
eighty feet, and crowned with an embattled parapet
The building contains between fifty and sixty rooms, all
supplied with water, gas, and every other convenience
that modern Improvement can contribute to facilitate
medical Instruction. Only five hundred scholarships
will be issued, and as two hundred and fifty are now
sold, those wno wish to secure one should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or check
sent on any National Bank in the United States, when
the scholarship will be returned by mall, sign<:d by the
President of tho Board of Trustees, JOSEPH & FlSHEB,
Esq., and the Dean of the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
All orders for scholarships or other business of the Uni?
versity, should be addressed to Professor W. P.UNE, M.
D., Philadelphia, Pa.
PAYNE'S PRACTICE OF MEDICINE.
A NEW WORK JUST ISSUED BY W. PAINE, M. D.,
Professor of the Principles and Practice of Medicine sud
Pathology bi the Philadelphia University of Medicine
aud Surgery; author of Paine's Practice of Surgery; a
work on obstetrics and Materia Medica, author of New
.school Remedies; au Epitome of Eberlle's Practice ol
Medicine; a Review of Homa-opathy; a Work on the His?
tory of Medicine; Editor of University Medical and Sur?
gical Journal, kc, kc. It is a royal octavo of 060 panes,
and contains a lull description of all diseases known in
medicine and surgery, including those of women and
children, together with their pathology and treatment by
all the uew and improved methods. Price $7; postage 60
Address the author, No. 933 ARCH STREET. Phlladel
ALSO, A NEW WORK.
Entitled New School Medicines, which is the ouly work
ever published upon Materia Medica, embracing aU the
Eclectic, Homos; athlc, and Botanic Remedies, with a
lull regular Materia Medica. Price*.'); postado free
Address as above.
A SEin-MONTHLT JOURNAL OF MEDICINE, SUBVERT,
PHTSIOLOOY, HYOIENE AND GENERAL LH ERA
TURE, DEVOTED TO THE P'tOFESnTON AND
The choape't Medical Paper in thp world, published
every two weeks at the University Bi?lding, Ninth-street,
South of Walnut.
Fivb copies to one address.4.35
Ten copies to one address.7.60
Fifteen copies to one address.9.30
Twenty copies to one address.10.00
j he getters up of the Club shall have one copy gratis.
Address W. PAINE, M. D., Editor.
September 12 Philadelphia, Pa.
Jgg*. yyHI.sKERS and MI'S- .ggfe^
E _tt grow upon the smoothest fiT~jfl|
^B*w face iu from three to five
^Q^^r^^ wondi-rful discovery mo- ^f^^B^^
dern science, aetiug upou
the Beard and Hatr in an almost miraculous manner ;
bas been used by the elite ot Paris aud London with'thc
most flattering success. Names of all purchasers wil
ie registered, and it entire satisfaction is not given in
;verj instance, the nmuey will be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, 51. Descriptive cir
rulare aud testimoni?is mailed free. Address BEBGEIL
?H?TTS k CO., Chemists. No. 285 Biver street Troy, N.
?., Sole. Agents for the United States
ILL HAIL TO THE CONOUEROR!
IOPE FOR HIE DESPONDING INVALID.
1>EFEK NOT THE USE OF
mmm ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MANY WHOSE DECLINE.G HEALTH, WHICH
was precarious, and their recovery despaired of,
do now witn gratelul emanations to the All-Wiso Dis?
poser, offer heartfelt thanks for this timely remedy. Dar?
ing the short time since ita public introduction into use,
the Originator has most happily realized her most san?
guino expectations in manifestations tuning from all
quarters of its unparalelled curative properties, for in no
caae where lt has been administered with regard to di?
rections, and persevered in, has lt failed in Its beneficial
In resorting to this remedy, the invalid can depend
upon the safety of every article in its preparation, and
while it accelerates tho healthful rt actions of each organ
and vessel, the mind can be perfectly free from appre?
hension of any subtle Ingredient being Insinuated bato Ita
The appetite, which improves under its administration,
is at liberty to Indulge prudently in whatever nutriment
is palatable, digestive and wholesome, and while it is no
more than proper to avoid exposure to fresh cold, no fear
need be ent i mined of any liability under this course of
treatment to induce lt. It ls a pleasant AEOMATIO
CORDIAL, quite agreeable to the taste, and aa a lung re~
vivifyer and balsam of health, lt is distinguishing Itself aa
without precedent, and we trust win, ere long, claim for
Itself general acclamation for its unrivalled efficacy.
For sale by the Proprtetxe??. Mrs. CECILIA RODRI?
QUE'S, northwest corner of ME2TTNG AND SOCIETY
STREETS, and principal Druggiste.
PRICE ?INGLE BOTTi'J? ILM.
THE BEST MC NOW IN I SE !
"Prevention is Better than Core.w
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
APPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
(he r renell Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
Infallible antidote against infection from Special Diseases.
This invaluable preparation ls suited for either sex, and
has proved, from ample experience, the most efficient
and reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus effecting a
desideratum long sought for in the Medical World. If
OA.4 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 v?asela, and render contamination impossible.
Be wise ba time, and at a very small outlay, save hours of
untold bodily and mental torments; ?
This most reliable sp?cifie, so universally adopted in
Ute Old World, is now offered for sale for th? first time hi
America by F. A. DDPORT A CO., only authorized
Agents for the United States.
Price $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $6.
The usual discount to the trade. Sent, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with dh-eo
lions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DCPOBT A CO.,
Sole Agento for Dr. Ricord's P. L.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Street, New York.
WE HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S PILLS. AND FIND
that they will do all 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,
From THOMAS J. JODOK, Judge Supreme Court.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for Fever and Ague, and find them all that ia claimed for
them. TH08. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 29,1868.
LOWNDES Co CUTT, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They aro decidedly the beat medicine for Chills and le?
ver I ever gave. 1 would not be without them for Ava
urnes the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
AKXBIOUS, April 17, 1867.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
of Chills and Fever. They are the beat medicine lor
Chill* and Fever I ever saw. A. G. RONALDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MONTGOMERY, ALA., July 9,1866.
Messrs. BLUNT A HALE-GENTS: I have used your
GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two occasions for Chins and
Fever, and find that they effect all that they are intend
ed to do. They are the beat remedy for the dlseasa that
j have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN 'L SAYRE,
Grand Sec Grand Lodge ol F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBAHT, GA. , March ll, 1807.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty catea ot
Chills and Fever, with perfect success. They are th o
beat Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. KANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WIREMAN 4t CO.,
No. 163 Meeting street.
And by all Druggists.
BLOTJNT dc HALE,
May 14 Croo _Montgomery, Ala.
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all,
To young and to old, to great and to amah;
The beauty which once was so precious and rare.
Is free for alb and ab may be fair.
By the nae of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect; preparation In use, for
giving the skin a beau timi pearl-like tint, that is only
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruptions,
and all impurities of the skin, kindly healing the sama
leaving th? skin white and cleir as alabaster. Its usa
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of the kind used by the French, and Is con.
aidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of ito efficacy. Price,
onay 75 cents. Sect by mail, post-paid, on receipt ot un
BKIt?ER, SBCTTS A CO., Cbemlato.
2?5 River St., Troy, N. Yl
March 80. lyr
SUFFER NO MOKE!
When by the use of DB. JOINVTLLE'S ELIXIR you
eau be ouped permanently, and at a trifling cost
The astonishing success which has attended this in.
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness.
General Debility and Prostration, Loss ot Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youthful
indiscretion, render* lt the most valuable preparaaou
lt wUl remove ali nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, confusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in?
sanity. &c It wdl restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it by 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 be at once restored to hearth and hap.
pl ness. A perfect cure h Guaran Used in every instance.
Price $1, or four bottles to one address ?3,
One bottle is tuiflicient to effec' a cure In all ordtnary
ALSO, DR. JOLNVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and permanent cure of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections or
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
Uve days. They are prepared from vegetable extracta
that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate lbs
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of diet
ls necessary while using them, nor does then- action in
any manner interfere with business pursuits. Price tl
Either of the above-mentioned articles will be rent to
any address, closely staled, and post-paid, by mall or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER, SHU1TS 4 CO., Chemists,
March 30 ly No. 283 River street. Troy, N. Y.
PIANO-FOKTES-GUANO, SO.LAKE AND
UPRIGHT-Which aro now acknowledged to be.
by the Leading Artists m this country, SUPERIOR TC
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finished in CARVED and PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES,
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SEVEN, SEVEN ADD A QUARTER and SEVE? AND A THIK?
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Uso enable them to offer their PIANO-FORTES to the
pubUc at TWENTY PER CENT, lower than any other FEBST
:LASS manufacturer in the country.
Thu special attention of Daders. Teachers and otter?
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