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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 1, 1867.
Papa. What ls m. Newspaper, and What
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Mixed up with all sorts
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Articles able and wise, my boy.
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And logic so grand
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Statistics, reflections, reviews, my boy.
Little scraps to instruct and amuse, my boy.
And lengthy debate
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Tho funds as they were and they ao, my boy.
The quibbles and quirks of the har, my boy,
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The age of Jupiter's moona, my boy,
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The state of the crop?.
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Lists of all physical lils, my t Jy,
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Tnl you ask with surprise.
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Who has got married, to wbon, my boy.
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Who has a birth
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The prices of cattle and grain, my boy.
Directions to i lg and to drain, my boy.
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Exports for the Week ending Thunda v.
BOSTON-Fer acht t niloc-1?6 bales Cotton, TO bois
Naval Stores. O?t obis Flour, ? bales Rac?, rt barrels
Mdae, .1 "un lie* raper. 163 tons Metal. 3160 Oak
stave. .i er sehr J R Juva-610 bale? Cotton. 50
bbls K. fUi, casks Kaolin Clay,4 bales Moss, 3
sacks Pea Nuts, 7 hud?., 2 casks, and lot Old Iron.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Prontetbeus-2S tierces
Bice. 513 bale.-, cotton, 41 eales Domestics, 41 bales
Yarn and Cioth, is packaged Waste, and iso package?
Sundries.Per steamship Moncka-78 tierces
Rice, 495 bales Cotton. 40 bale* Dom.stics.Per
steamship Champion-1122 bales Upland Cotton, 25
bales Domestics. 30 Packages.Per steamship
Alabama-Si', tierces Bice. 21 bags Sea Island Cotton,
820 bales Upland Cotton, 115 Packa ;es, 14 bales Yaru,
183 empty Barrels.Per sehr E A Conklin-2?3
bales CotLu. 00 obis Naval Stores.Per sehr
Vapor-34 bales Upland Cotton, 140,000 feet Yellow
Piuc Lumber.sehr li N Hawkins-598 bales
Upland Cotton, 50 casks Rice, 14 pkgs Furniture, 12
pkgs Crockery, 64 bags Cotton Root, 12 boxes Axes,
10 bbls Ale, 14 Empty Bbl?, 14 pigs Dead, 10 bbls
Liquor, 27 boxes Liquor.
b ALTIMoR K-Per steamship Falcon-375 bales Upland
Cotton, 47 tierces Rico, 27 bales Hides and '.eather,
10 bales Rags, 4 bales Wool, 7 bhds Bones, 1 I uno,
THE CHARLESTON MARKET,
[ros ian WBKK BNDIXO THUF.SDAT. OCTOBKBSL]
COTTON.-The busiuees in the staple f r the first iwo
day? ot the weak had an advancing character, in conse?
quence ot the activo and improving condition of the Liv?
erpool market; but on Monday last the article hera be?
came weaker, and has since had a deolining tendency.
On Friday last the "cable" quoted Liverpool at 8^.,
afterward mo ring up to V,?&. fi lb. tor Middling Uplands,
but has since fallen off to 8?4'd. ft rb.-New iork at the
same time opening at 1?, advancing to 20>?, and closing
yesterday at 19 (a) 19S'c V lb. for New York Middlings,
the article here, on the first day of tue week, selling at
17>4 '?* 18c. for Middling Upland, improving to 18c, and
closing yesterday at 17 @ K'^c. ft lb. for the same grade.
The weather continues fine for the gathering of the
crops, and thc receipt.? at this point are increasing-say
109 bale1; Sea Island and 8299 bales Upland, against 66
oa _\s Soa Island aud 5807 bales Upi'nd the week before,
ar i 83 bales Sea Island and 4584 bales Upland for the cor?
responding week last year. We submit the following
statement of thc transactions in tho article here for the
week just closed.
On Fridry, October 25th, the advancing condition of
the staple at Liverpool caused a bvoyant market herc,
and prices improved \i to Jfc. fl rb., holders at tho close
generally asking higher rates. Sales over 400 bales; Low
Middling being quoted at 17 a 1TJ?, Middling at T7K a
18, and Strict Middlin : at 18.?* a 18J?C. fl lb.
On Saturday there was a fair bat not very active inqui?
ry; holders were, however, very strong under advancing
prices at Liverpool, and during the latter part of tho day
were, in many cases, asking an advance. Sales 400 bales,
Middling being quoted at 18c, and Strict Middling at
18>.c. fl lb.
On Monday the market was quiet and prices less
strong. Sales 400 bales, Low Middling being quoted at
17??, Middling 18, and strict Middling at 18>ic. fl lb.
On Tuesday, prices were less strong, and while I actors
obtained previous figures in some instances, others had
to sell at >?c. lb decline. Sales 508 bales; Low Mid?
dling being quoted at 17@17>?, Middling at 17 ?i@18,
and Strict Middling at 18K@l8Kc fl lb.
On Wednesday, buyers operated freely, prices rece?
ding from >? to Kc li tb, closing weak at the larger de?
cline. Sales 830 bales; Low Middling being quoted at
16X@1". Middling at 171;@17>,', and Strict Middling at
17X@18c. ft ft.
Yesterday, the market declined Aie. fl rb. Sales 600
bales, viz: 27 at 16>i, 14 at 16*., 79 at 16X. 126 at 17, 111
at njkj, 550 at 1T& 32 at 17*;, 65 on terms which did not
transpire. We quote, Liverpool classification :
Strict Midd Ung.17K@
SKA ISLAND COTTON.-Tho arrivals are slightly improv?
ing, but still continue of the most scanty character. One
of Otu most reliable cotton merchants estimates the
crop 4 Florida Long Cotton at 8000 to 10,000 bales, that
of Georgia about 1600 to 2000, and that of South Caroli?
na al 2600 to 3000, making a total of not over 15,000 bags.
The estimates which have been made in some quar?
ters, placing the crop at 26,000 bags, is entirely too high.
Floridas have been sold during the past week at 40, 43,
45 and 60c. fer a few extra lots. The bulk of the receipts
have been of an inferior quality, and more or less
stained. TheBe qualities are not In demand, because the
egyptian long iUple, at lOd. to 12<L, come in competi?
tion with them. Clean bright Florida Cotton is in de?
mand, at 4J@50c, and when the staple is long and fine,
range up to 60c. fl ft. A few sales of ohoice Sea Islands
have been sold ut $1 ft tb and upward.
8. Itl'd. Upl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1867. 181 810 ISO
Received this week. 109 8299 608
Received previously. 142 22776 1906
Experts- 3. It'd. ?p'?. /tia.
This week. 30 6044 463
Previously. 149 16011 1161
City and local
170 :2053 2324
Total exporta and consumption 179
Stock on band and on shipboard_ 264
IAMB TDCS LAST TXAB.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1866. 23S
Received this week. 83
Received pwioualy. 736
Exnorta- S. Ii'd. Up'd. Rice.
i bis week. 248 4869 376
Previously. 506 15718 145
754 20687 621
Total aiport*.,. 7S4
Stock on hand and on shipboard_ 300 666. 281
RICE -The receipts of this grain aro increasing, and
amount to about 36,000 bushels for the week. The In?
creased arrival? have induced a weaker feeling in the
market, and holders havo beon compelled, in many
cases, to accept lower rates. We nv tc sales of about 600
tierces of clean Carolina, say 60 tierces at 8c. ft *b. ; 16
do. at 8Kc. ; 340 ao. at 8'ic; 35 do. at 8 5-16 ; 88 do. at
8?c ; 16 do. at 8;%c We qu j to fair at 8c. ; good 8 \ ;
common prime 83?c fl lb. Yesterday 258 tierces chang?
ed bands, rta : 100 ut 8c; 100 at b,*,' ; 58 do at 8 9-16.
NAVAL STORES.-The arrivals have been 658 bbls.
Rosin, 60 bbls. Spirits Turpentine, and about 200 bbls.
Crude Turpentine. We note stiles of common Rosin at
?2.76 fl bbl.; No. 3 at $3 fl bbl., and No. 1 at ?firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Spirits changed handa at 50@51c. ft gallon, and
the Crude Turpentine at $3 fi bbl. for Virgin and Yel?
HAY.-The arrivals during the week amount to about
1000 bales, all North River. Part of this supply came to
dealers, and the balance bad not been sold up to the
closing of our report.
OORN.-A few limited lots of this grain came to hand
since cur last report. The demand still continues very
restricted, and transactions aro mostly in a retail way.
Some light transactions lu Western Mixed and White
took place at ?1.50?1.55 fi bushel, sacks included, and
about 1000 bushels of Prime White sold at $1.62 fi bush?
el waight, baas included.
OATS.-The receipts of this grain have been light, and
the transactions have been confined to the local retail
FLOUR.-The receipts of this article have been mode?
rate, and prices during the week have continuod with?
out important alterations. We note sa'.es of Southern
Super at ?12.50 fl bbL; Southern Extra at ?13.60 ft bbl.;
and Southern Family at ?email@example.com ft bbl. Dealers have
impoited to a limited extent of new Northern and West?
ern, which is selling at ?12 for Super, and ?13 ft bbl. for
BACON.-There ls a good supply of the qualifias most
iu demand, but thc enquiry is very light, and price?
mere rather softer in some cases. The market ls sup?
plied with inferior meet, which is at present most in de?
mand, but lt sells at rates too irregular to be quoted.
We quote prime Shoulders at 15??c. ft rb., prime Bibbed
sides at 18c ft Vf-, and prime Clear Ribbed Sides at 18J?
919c fl lb. There is a fair supply or Belly Bacon and
strips on the market, which ls sold a* i 3c ft lb.
SALT.-About 8000 sacks of this article has been rc
reived from Liverpool. Limited lots are selling at ?2 25
o ?2 50 ft sack for common Liverpool. Tho inquiry
INDIA BAGGING. -TLo market ia fully supplied with
his article, and prices continue to deciinc, sellers offer
ng large lots at 23c. ft yard, cash, and 23S @ 24c on
?me, ami smaller quantities at te, ft yard. Dundee Bag?
ging, 44 inches. l\? tbs. to tho yard, is held at30@35
watt. Sea Island Bagging, 46 inches wide, 2 lbs. te
the yard, is held at 60($65 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the use or Iron Ties, the
demand for Rope is very light and price? irregular, and
lomewhat nominal at quotations. We quo'a Hemp a
1S@14 eente fi ft. ; Greenleaf at liffilS conto, and Jute at
12 cents ft rb.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton are coming into
use, and DILLON'S Universal Tie. WM. ROACH. Agont,
the Ar;ow Tie, R. Meat A: Co., Agonte, the BEA sn's Tie.
5>EOB?K W. WILLIAUS i Co., Agente, and ?ho WAILKT
Buckle Tie, STBXET BHOTHXB* k Co., Agents, and GOULD
lt MOIN.THE'B Tie, WILLIS i CUISOLM, Asenta, are o?'er
;d in thin market at 10^$12?,' cents ft tb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-The stock ol Timber and
Lumber ls small, and, in the present dull state of the
aarket, we omit quotations .
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by sail, we quote ,t,d. fi
tb. on Upland aDd J?d. ft ft. on Sea Islands. To
?avre, nominal. To the West Ladies, nothing offer
ng. coastwise-To New York, by steam, ?;c. ft
!b on Sea Islands and Uplands; ?loo??2 00 fl
icrce on Rici ; by sail, $1 50(g2 00 ft bale, ana
?1 JOSI 25 fi tierce on Rico. To Boston, by steam,
<c. ft- on Cet ten and ?2 00 fi tierce on Rice; by sail
?c fi ft- cn Cotton, ToPhiladslphia. fi sent ft lb. on
Jpland Cottee by steam, and - cent ft ft. by sad. To
?alhmorr, by steam, Kc ft ft- on Cotton, and $1 SO fi
loree on Rice. The Baltimore and Charleston stcam
!is have arranged a through freight to Western cities,
say on Cotton to Cincinnati. $1.50 fl 100 Ib9, and 65c
B 1C0 lbs. on Rice. To Louisville, tl. 70 ft 100 lbs. ou
:otton, and 73c fl 100 lbs. on Rice; To St. Louis, $2.10
fi 100 lbs. and Sic. ft 100 fts. on Rice. These steamers
axe freight though to Philadelphia. On Lumber, by
?all, to New York, Philadelphia and Baltlmorw 'it *6@7
v M, a&d on iiniber|?9@in ft M. nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-th? rate yeaterday wa?
151 for sixty days bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing Sight
Checks on New York at )i off; ono to five dava, i ft cent,
off; fivo to ten dava, 1>, off; ten to fifteen days. 1% off;
S?een to twenty days, \\ off; twenty to twenty-five
iavs, 2 fl cent, off; twenty-five to thirty days, 2t? fl
sent. off. They are selling Sight Checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying al 42 and
telling at 43.
AUGUSTA. October 30.- FINANCIAL-GOLD-Broker*
buying at 141 and selling at 143.
SILVER-Buying at 133 and selling at 135.
COTTON-The market opened dull, holders demmdtng
17c for New fork middling. After the ?eceipt of New
York telegrams, the market virtually closed, an holdere
offered the above grades freely at I6fic, but few or no
boyara could bo found. St'es 503 bales. Receipts 841
BACON-Shoulders 16>?; B B Sides, 19; C R Sides, 19 fi:
Clear -idea, 20; Hams, canvassed, 25c.
Coax-White (old) $1 35 a 1 40; new $1 20 a 130.
WHEAT-Good white will bring $2 75 a 3 25; red $2 50 a
MACON, October 29.-COTTON-Our market opened
with a very fair demand this morning, and 16fi eta was
freely paid for a fair article. After tbs reception of the
noon dispatches, which were unfavorable, a disposition
to hold off was manifested, and the market became dull
toward the close, Middlings bringing but 16c.
Montgomery Weekly Cotton Statement.
MONTGOMERY, October 27.
Stock on hand September 1. 560
Received past week. 3,008
Shipped nast week. 1,680
Stock on lund October 27,1867 . 7,074
Memphis Cotton Statement.
Stock on hand September 1.1080
Exported to-day. 6,106
Stock on.hand October 26.3,391
WILMINGTON, Ootober 30.-TURPENTINE-No ohange
In prices. Sale; of 220 bbls at $3 60 for Virgin and yel?
low dip, and 12 60 for hard fl 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Market don, and the price has
further declined. Sales of only 25 bbls at 51c, and 92 do
at 60c fl gallon.
ROSIN-Is lower, and the market rules very dull. Sales
of only 314 bbls at $2 80 a 2 90 for strained, ?3 for No 2,
and $3 76 for No 1.
TAR-Salei of 207 bbls at $2 70 fl bbb
COTTON-Has declined fi a fie, and the market to-day
ha? ruled quite firm at the decline. Salea of 97 bales at
15c for Ordinary, H*ic for Low Middling and IT fi a 17J?C
HAT-62 bales Northern soldat 90c fl 100 tbs.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAGGING, fl yard
I Dundee. 30 ? 65
Gunny Cloth. 24 ? 25
BALE ROFE, f) lb-Manilla. 24 (3 25
j Western. 13 ? 15
New York. - ? -
Ju c. 12>i@ -
BREM), fl lb
Na^y. - @ -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 0 15
BRICKS, fl M. . 9-00 @20.00
BRAN, ? 100 lbs. 33 & -
COTTON. fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. - ? -
Low Middling. Wim -
Middling to Strict Middling. 17 ? ll fi
Good Middling. - ? -
Sea Island. 45 ? 65
CANDLES, fl ft-Sperm. 28 ? -
Adamantine. 22 ? 25
TaUow. 19 0 20
COFFEE, 9 ft-Rio. 24 ? 30
Laguayra. 28 ? 35
Java.J ? 46
CORDAGE, fl ft-ManiUa. - 0 -
Tarred American. 26 0 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL, ft ton-Anthracite. 9.50 ffilP.OO
COPPER. * ft-Sheet. 68 0 60
Peruvian Guano, ft ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, ft 2000 lbs. 76.00 0 -
Phoenix Guano. 66.00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... 60.00 0 -
Rhodes' Phosphate. fl 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mapes'SuperPhosphate,9 2000 ft 65.00 ? -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 66.00 0 -
Zella Super Phosphate of Lime.. 00.00 (4 -
Woolston's Phosphate or Lime..- | 66.00 @ -
FISH-Co?, ft 100 fts.I 7.00 ? 9.00
Herring, fl box. ?6 ? 80
Mackerel, No. 1, fl half bbl.11.00 ?11.60
Mackerel, No. 2, fi half bbl.10.00 ?10.60
Mackerel, No. 3. ft bbL. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. - 0 -
No. 2. - 6? -
No. 3. - 0 -
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxee.. 23 0 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? 60
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.12.00 ? -
Northern and W tern Extra.13.00 0 -
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
Southern-Super.12.60 ? -
Extra.13.60 ? -
Family.14.60 ? -
FR UITS- Prunes, * ft. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 0 -
Dried Apples. 10 0 28
Almonds, soft shell. 36 0 40
Raisins, M. R., ft box. 4.0* 0 6.00
Raisins. Layer. 4.60 0 6:60
Oranges. - 0 -
Lemons, ft box. 16.00 017.00
GLASS, fl box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 0 0.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 0 6.60
French. 12x14. 7.00 0 8.00
ORA IN-Maryland Oats, fl bushel..... 90 0 -
Western Oat?, fi bushel. - 0 -
Corn, ft bushel. 1.66 0 1.70
Beans, fi bushel.. 2.00 0 3.00
HA Y, fl cwt,-North River. 1.16 0 1.20
Eastern. 1.36 0 -
HIDES- Dry, ft ft. 10 0 12
INDIGO-V ft. 1.00 0 1.75
IRON- Refined, flits. 07 0 07
g.wede. 09 0 IC?;
LATHS, fl M. 4.00 0 4.60
LIME- Shell, fi bbl. - 0 -
South Carolina. 1.60 0 -
Rockport. 2.00 0 2.26
Cement. 2.76 0 3.60
Plaster Paris. 4.00 0 4.60
? UMBER, ft M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.50.0U 065.00
White Pine, good run. 38.00 040.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 025.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough. 12.00 015.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 032.00
LEATHER, country tanned, ft ft. - i -
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba. 46 0 60
.J usc o vado. 65 0 65
Sugar House. 60 0 1.00
New Orleans. 75 0 82
NA VAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar. - 0 -
Pitch.I - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 4.60 0 6.00
Rosin, No. 1. 8.76 ? 4.00
Rosin, No. 2. 3.00 0 -
Rosin, No. 3. .1.75 0 2.86
Spirits Turpentine, fl gallon. 51 0 62
Oarfuui. et ft. io lu' --
NA ILS-American, 402Od, fl keg. 5.50 0 7.00
American Wrought. - 0 -
Lathing. 7.60 010.00
Copper, fi ft. 1.00 0 -
Galvanized. 30 (ad -
Spikes. 12 0 16
OJ LS-Lard, ft gallon. 1.40 0 1.46
Linseed, fl gallon. 1.64 0 1.60
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. I.), fl gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, fl dozen.I 8.00 010.00
Eerosene, fl gallon. 62 ? 64
Benzine, fl gallon. 60 ? -
PROVISION*'-Beet, mess, fl bbl.16.00 ?30.00
Beef, prime.14.00 ?15.00
Pork, mesa. 28.00 ? 42
Rump. - 0 -
Bacon, Hams, fl ft. 18 0 -
Bacon, Sides. 18 0 ly ^
Bacon, Shouldess. IG.V* -
Bacon, Strips. 18 ? -
Lard, in keg. 19X0 15
Butter. 30 0 46
Cheese. 16 0 64
Potatoes, fi bbl. 4.00 0 -
Onions.! 4.00 0 -
Apples. 8.00 0 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead, fl ft. 10 ? 10
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.? 12 ? IC
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 ? -
?/Ci^-Carolina, fl ft. lOtf? ll
East India. - 0 -
SLATES-American, fl square.12.60 0 -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 0 8.00
White Pine, first quality.12.00 ? -
SA LT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack. 2.25 ? 2.60
Liverpool, fine. - ? -
SOAP- Bar. fl ft. ll 0 16fi
STARCH, fl ft. 10 0 12
SPICES, fl lb-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 76 ? -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.60
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 ? 60
Race Ginger. 30 0 -
SPIRITS, f gallon-Alcohol. 5.00 ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.| 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 0 6.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ? 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E.I 2.60 0 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbou. 3.00 ? 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 0 2.40
SUGAR, fl ft-Raw. 13 ? 16
Crushed. 18 0 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18
Clarified B. 17 0 18 li
Clarified C. 16 fi? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Muscova**' . 13 0 15
SEGA HS-Domestic manufacture, %l M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, fl ft-Imperial. 2.00 ia 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.60
Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 @ 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.75
TOBACCO, fl ft, as per quality. 40 0 1.60
TlilBER-Rewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - 0 -
Poplar. - 0 -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? -
IX Roofing Plate.17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate?, 10x14.15.60 ? -
I X Tin Plate 10x14. 17.00 0 -
I C Tin Plate. 14x20. 16.50 ? -
Block Tin, fl ft. 40 ? -
riF/-V?-Cotton. fi ft. 76 ? -
Baling. 46 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH- Bright, fl gaUou. 25 ? -
Parafine. - ?
VINEGAR-White Wine, fl gallon. 60 ?
Cider. 30 ? -
French. 1.00 ? 1.26
WINE, fl gallon-Port. 2.50 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 6.00
Sherry. 2.25 0 5.00
Claret, ? case. 6.00 ?13.50
Champagne, fl basket. 26.00 ?30.00
ZINC-Sheet, %i lb.. . 26 ? 27
Kxporte of Klee, Naval Stores and Lumber
from thc Port of Charleston, from the lat
September to October 31,1867.
Wilmington, N. C.
gt Johns, N B.
H. STORES. I LUMBER.
Comparatire Exports of Cotton from the
Port of Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Groat Britain.
Other Prsnch Ports.
Total to France....
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
South of Europe.
West Indios, fcc.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, kc._
Baltimore and Norfolk_
New Orleans, kc.
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Market Report and Quotation Sheet ihr
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, for Week
anding Oetober SI, 1867.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.
SOUTHERN BANK BILLS.
Bank of Camden.34? 00
Bank of Charleston.19@00
Bank of Chester.09@00
Bank of Georgetown.16? 00
Bank of Hamburg.14@00
Bank of Newberry.39? 00
Bank of South Carolina.09@00
Bani of SUte of S. Carolina, prior to 1801.12? 00
Bank of SUte of 8. Carolina, after lat Jan., '61. .05(300
Commercial Bank. Columbia.02(300
Exchange Bank, Columbia.10@00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.10?00
People's Bank. Charleston.48@0C
rianter's Bank of Fairfield. .07@00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston-lrt@00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.25@27
SUte Bank, Charleston.03@00
Ualon Bank, Charleston.76@00
City of Charleston Change Bills.86?00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.80?00
BONDS. STOCK AND COUTONS.
Georgia 8 Ute Coupons.84? 00
Georgia SUte Bond Seven Per Cent (old).00(3100
Georgia SUte Bond Seven Per Cent (new).82?00
Memphis Coupons, City.38@00
Memphis Bonds, City.38?00
City of Columbia Bonds.28@00
City of Columbia Coupons.28?00
South Carolina Railroad and Br.ik Stock.36?37
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent, Bonds.57?00
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds.. .B9@60
South Carolina R. RCertinoate bf Indebtedness.. .47?48
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.37?00
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtedness ... .84(0100
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.00?00
SUte of South Carolina Bondi (old).38?00
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of January
1, 1867 . 36?00
SUt* of ?louth Carolina Stock.28?00
SUte of South Carolina Coupons.36?00
People's National Bank Stock.95?96
First National Bank 8tock.95Q96
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.60?00
Northeastern Railroad lat Coupons (past due).40@00
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness. 40?00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.,. 12? 18
Charleston City Ballway Stock.86@00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (SUte
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (1st inter?
est of 2d hen).09?00
City of Savannah Bonds.66?00
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to 1st June,
City of Savannah Coupons(due after 1st June,1866).95@00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.79?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.93? 00
Money brings 2 v.; per cent, a month on first-class col?
Any information in relation to Bonds, Stocks, Cou?
pons, or Bank Bills, will ba furnished by application,
either in person or by letter, to the Broker above named,
at No. 8 Broad street.
Consign?es per Mouin Carolina Kailroad,
1036 bales Cotton, 17 bales Yarna, 409 sacks Flour, 67
bags Rough Rice, 1 car Furniture, and Sundries. To G
Foll?n, T J Moise A Co, Goodrich, Wineman A Co, Mrs
E Lamotte, G W Wilhams A Co, Courtenay A Trenholm,
P Mulkai, J H Renneker, J N Robson, M Goldsmith A
Son, B O'Neill, J Campsen A Co, H Bischoff A Co, Sten?
house A Co, H Brandes, Graeser, Lee, Smith A Co, H L
Jeffers A Co, H LUI len thal A Cc, Chisolm Bros, Jeffordt
A Co, Hunt Bros, Adams, Frost A Co, Willis A Chisolm,
F L Meyer, L M Ayer A Co, O Boeder, W B Williams, G
H Waiter A Co, Mowry A Co, Thurston A Holmes.
Consign?es per Northeastern Railroad,
136 bales Cotton, cars Lumber and Wood, Mdze, Ac.
To Adama, Frost A Co, Mowry A Co, Williams A Co, W
E Byan, iva??mel A Co, Mantoue A Co, Wagener, Heath
A Monsees, A Farrelly, Z Davis. Screven A Nisbet, J H
Baggett A Co, J D Aiken A Co, G E Pritchett, Mrs M A
Moore, G W Mciver, and Order.
PHASES OP THC MOON.
First Q. 4th, 10b. 7m. morn I Last Q. 18th,Uh. 40m.mom
Full M. 11th. 7h. 60m. even | New M. 25th,llb. 41m, even
OCT. A NOV.
BISES. I SETS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON
Sehr Ann S Deas, from West Point Mill. 201 bbls Rice.
To J R Pringle. W C Bee A Co.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore- Courtenay A Tren
Went to gea Wednesday.
Steamship Cortes, Whitman, New York.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Moneka, Shackiord, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore.
From thia Port.
Sehr Iowa, Smith, Georgetown, S C. Oct 23.
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED AND HAILED FOR THIS PORT.
British bark Yumuri, Thompson, > leared.Sept 23
British bark Tecumseh, Sponagie, sailed.Oct
The Hakon A del stein, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Charleston, Morley, sailed.September 18
The Pawnee, Anker, sailed. Oct
Spanish brig Anuncio, Fomente, sailed_.Oct ll
The Triton, Keoger, nail od.Sept 4
The Competitor. Turner, up.Oct 4
Bremen bark Gauss, Wisting, sailed.Oct 6
Steamsulp George B Upton, Rich, to leave.Oct 20
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, up.Oct 21
Sehr Ida Bella, Weeks, up.Oct 12
Sehr Fanny K Shaw, Shaw, cleared .Oct 24
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, cleared.Oct 26
Brig Tangent, Rich, cleared.Oct 14
Sehr Carrie S Webb, Wortuington, up.Oct 14
Sehr Curtis Tiiton, Somer, up.Oct IC
Sehr Lilly, Francis, up.Oct 17
Sehr L A E lwards, Marshall, up.Oct 21
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, up.Oct 28
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, cleared.Oct 28
behr A H Edwards, Bartlett, cleared.Oct 20
Sehr Nellie PotUr. Somers, cleared.Oct 23
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, sailed.Oct 29
LIST OF SKIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, Oct. 31, 1867.
VE8SBEL8 UNDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTTNS
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan. 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf, ?or
New York, loading.Courtenay A Trenholm
R C Winthrop. 940 tons, Stewart, at Boyce A Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Ravenel A Co
Amelia, 688 tons, Conner, at Boyce A Co's wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.J T Welsman
Chat lotte, 1100 tons, Spear, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver
erpool, loading.W B Smith A Co
Sedbergh (Br), 014 tone, Encale, at Boyce A Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.R Mure A Co
Mary Ogden, 980 tons, Ooldrey, at Atlantic wharf, from
New York, discharging.W B Smrh ft Co
Hector (Br), 014 tone, Nelson, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loadiug.Street Bros A Co
Artistic (Br), - tons, True, at Marshall's wharf, for
Bristol, Eng, loading.*..B Mure A Co
Kate Stamler. 463 tons. Crawford, at Brown Si Co's
wharf, for Providence, loading.Street Bros A Co
Harzburg (Bremen), - tons, W?chter, at Kerr's wharf,
for Cowes and a Market, loading.C O Witte
The Queen (Br), - tons, McNab, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
fi om Liverpool, discharging.Ravenel & Co
Chattanooga, - tons. Freeman, in the Stream, from Liv?
erpool, just arrived.WB 8mith A Co
Henry Laurens, 117 tons, Borden, at Union wharf, for
Cicnfuegos, waiting.Risley A Creighton
Bellona (Br), - tons. Rawlings, at Marshall's wharf,
for Bristol, Eng, ready.R Mure A Co
Queen of Britain (Br), 144 tons, Symons, at Ycnning's
wharf, for Bristol, Eng, loading.R Mure A Co
Martha, 232 tous, Stone, at NEK R wharf, for New
York, loading.W Roach
Anuncion Fomento, - tons, Alsins, at Brown A Co's
wharf, from Matanzas, just arrived.WP Hall
D Talbot, 280 tons, Packard, in Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading.Master
Vapor, 310 tons, Bogert, at Brown A Co's wharf, for
New York, loading.W Roach
B N Hawkins, 390 tons, Wyatt, at Adger's wharf, for New
York, loading.W Roach
Ethan Allen, 232 tons. Blake, at Bovce Si Uo's wbtrf,
from Glaxo Bay, C B. discharging*.Budd & Bluke
Campbell, 142 tons. Torrey, at Union wharf, from Bos?
ton, discharging.Mai tc i
M B Brambah (3-mastedi, 339 tons, Hussey, at Adger's
wharf, from New York, discharging.W Roach
John L Merrill, - tons, Wicks, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging.Master
Lilly, - tons, Safford, at Brown Si Co's wharf, from Are
cibo, to be repaired.Street Bros A Co
Headquarters Second Military District,]
CHARLESTON, S. C., Ootobor 16, 1867. j
[GENZBAL OBDF.HB, NO. 9?.]
By tho terms of tho Act of Congress entitled "An Act
tc provide tor tbc mote efficient government ol tho
Hebel States," puned March 2d, 1SC7, and nf the Acta of
March 23d, and July 10th, 18C7, supplemer y thereto,
it is mado the duty of the Commanding General of this
Military District to cauae a registration to bo made of tbe
male Inhabitants of the State of South Carolina of the
age of twenty-one years and upwards and qualified by
the terms of said Acts to vote, and after such registra?
tion is complete, to order an electio i to be held, at
which the registered voters of said State shall vote for or
against a Convention, for the purpose of establishing a
Constitution and civil goveinment for the said State,
loyal to the Union, and for delegates to said Convention,
and to give at least thirty days' notice of thc time and
placo at which Raid election shall be held ; and the said
registration having been completed ii: said State of
South Carolina, it is ordered:
Firs!. That an election be held in the State of South
Carolina, commencing on Tuesday, the 19th day of No?
vember, 1867, ard ending on Wednesday, the 20th day of
November, 1867, at which all registered volera of said
State may vote "For a Convention, " or "Against a Con?
vention," and for delegates to constitute tho Conven?
tion-m case a majority of the votes given on that ques?
tion shall be for a Convention, and in case a majority of
tho registered voters shall have voted on the question ot
holding such Convention.
Second. It shall be the duty of the Boards of Registra?
tion in South Carolina, commencing iourteen days prior
to the election herein ordered, and giving reasonable
public notice of the time and place thereof, to revise for a
period o: five ch.ys the registration lists, and upon being
satisfied that a ay person not entitled thereto bas been
registered, to strike the name of such person from the
hst; and such person shall not be entitled to vote. The
Boards of Registration shall also, during tho same
period, add to such registers the names of all person
who at that time possess the qualifications required by
said Acts, who have not already been registered.
Third. In deciding who are to bj stricken from or
added to the registran m lists, the Boards will be guided
by tue law of March 2d, 1867, and the laws supplement?
ary thereto, and their attention is specially directed to
tte Supplementary Act of July 19th, 1867.
Fourth. Th.- said election will be held in each District
al. such places as may hereafter be designated, under the
superintendence of the Boards of Registration as pro?
vided by law, and lu accordance with instructions here?
after to bo give J to said Boards in conformity with the
Acts of Congress and as far as may bo with the laws ot
Fifth. All judges and clerks employed m conducting
said election shall, before commencing to hold the same,
be sworn m the faithful performanoe of their duties, and
shall also take and subscribe the oath of office prescribed
by law for officers of the United States.
Sixth. The polls shall be opened at such voting places
at eight o'clock lu the forenoon, and closed at four
o'clock in the afternoon of each day, and shall be kept
(pen during these bonis without intermission or ad
Seventh. Iso member of the Board of Registration, who
ls a candidate lor election as a delegate to the Conven?
tion, shall serve as a judge of the election in any District
which be seeks to represent.
Eighth. The Sheriff and other poaco officers of each
District are required to be present during the whole time
that the polls are kept open, and until the election is
completed ; and will oe made responsible that there
shall bo no interference with judges of elections, or other
interruption of good order. Ii there should be more
than one polling placo In any District, the Sheriff of the
District is empowered and directed to make such assign?
ments of his deputies, and other peace officers, to the
other polling placea, as may, in his judgment, best sub?
serve the purposes of quiet and order ; and he ls fur?
ther required to report these arrangements in advance to
the Commander of the Military Pott in which his Dis?
trict ls situated.
Ninth. Violence, or threats of violence, or of discbarge
from employment, or other oppressive means to prevent
any person from registering, or exercising his right of
voting, ls positively prohibited and any such attempts
will be reported by the registrars or judges of elections
to the Post Commander, and will cauae the arrest and
trial of the offenders by military authority.
Tenth. All bar-rooms, saloons, and other places for the
sale of liquors by retail, will be closed from 6 o'clock ot
the evening of the 18th of November, until C o'clock of |
the morning of the 21st of November, 1867, and during
this time the sale of all intoxicating liquor? at or near
I any polling place is prohibited. The police officers ot
cities and towns, and the Sheriffs and other peace officers
of Districts, will be hp!u responsible for the strict en?
forcement of this prohibition, and will promptly arrest
and bold for trial all persons who may transgress it.
Etevenlh. Military interference with elections "unless
it shall be necessary to repel the armed enemies of the
United States, or to keep the peace at the poilu," ls pro?
hibited by the Act of Congress approved February 2?th,
1865, and no soldiers will be allowed to appear at auy
polling place, unless as citizens of the State they are
qualified and are registered as voters, and then only for
the purpose of vo?i g; but the Commander* of Posts
viii keep their troops well In band on the days of elec?
tion, and will be prepared to act promptly if the civil
authorities are unable to preserve the peace.
Twelfth. The returns required by law to be made to the
Commander of the District of the result of this election,
will be rendered by the Boards of Registration of the
several registration precincts through the Commanders
of the Military Posts in which their precincts are situs
i ted, and in accordance with the detailed instructions
hereat ter to be given.
Thirteenth. The number of delegates to the Convention
is determined by law, and la the number of members ot
I the most numerous branch of the, Legislature for the
year eighteen hundred and sixty, and this number, one
hundred and twenty-four, ls apportioned to the repre?
sentative Districts of tbe State in the ratio of registered
voters ap follows :
District of Charleston. Nine (9) Delegate?.
District of Berkeley.Nine (9) Delegates.
District of CoUeton.live (5) Delegates.
District of Boaufort.Seven (7) Delegates.
District of Georgetown.Three (3) Delegates.
DiBtrict of Horry.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Williamsburg.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Marion.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Darlington.Four (4) Delegates
District of Marlboro'.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Chesterfield.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Sumter.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Clarendon.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Barnwell.Six (6) Delegates.
District of Edgefleld.seven (7) Delegates.
I District of Orangeburg.Five (6) Delegates.
DiBtrict of Kershaw.Thrco (3) Delegates.
Harriet of Richland.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Lexington.Two (2) Delegates.
District of Newberry.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Laurens.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Abbeville.Five (5) Delegates.
District of Anderson.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Greenville.Four (4) Delegates.
District of Pickens.Three (3) Delegates.
District ol Spartanburg.Four (A) Delegates.
District of Union.Three (3) Delegate?.
District of York.Four (1) Delegates.
District of Chester.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Fairfield.Three (3) Delegates.
District of Lancaster.Two (2) Delegates.
By commend of Bvt. Major-Qoneral ED. R. S. CBNBT.
LOUIS V. OAZIARC,
Ald-de-Cauip. Act'g. Asst. Adj't. Gen.
Official: LOUIS V. CAZ I A KC, Aid-de-Camp, A. A. A. G.
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHARLESTON. S. C., October 21, 1867. j
[GENERAL ORDERS NO. 105.J
Post Commanders may admit to bail persons not sub?
ject to tho Articles of War, held in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security,
as provided in tho following paragraph :
Security shall consist: 1st, of a cash deposit ot tho
amount for which bond is required as 1 ail by the State
law in like cases; or, 2d, of a bond in like sum, running
to the Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all orders, with surety, who must be a freeholder
and must just Hy in twice the amount of the penalty, and
must, under seal, authorize any officer so ordered by tbe
Post Commander, in case of default, and non-payment
by the surety on demand, tn summarily seize and sell
sufficient of the property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy the forleiture and costs; and immediately upon de?
fault made, the bond shall constitute a hen upon the per?
sonal property of both principal and surety.
All ball and other bonds taken under military authori?
ty will conform to the foregoing directions when not
otherwise specially provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-General ED. R. S. CAMBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aid-de-Camp, Act'g. Asst. Adj't. Gen'l.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aid-de-Camp.
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valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakuess
General Debility and Prostration, Loss ol Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or any of the consequences of youtbfu.
indiscretion, renders it the most valuable preparation
*t will remove all nervous affections, depression, ex?
citement, incapacity to study or business, loss of memo?
ry, contusion, thoughts ot sell deatruction, fears of in?
sanity. Av. It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it l>y sensual excess or evil
Young Meu, bc humbugged no more by "Quack Doc
tore" and ignorant piuctitioncrs, but send without delay
tor the Kl uar, and be at once rcstoied io health aad hap
piuess. A perfect Cure is Guaranteed in every instance.
Price $1, or four bottles to one address *3.
One bottle is sufficieut to eifert a cure in all ordinary
ALSO, DR. JODTYTLLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, foi the
speedy and permanent euro of Gonorrhoea, Gleet, fro
thrul Dischare;, s, Gravel. Stricture, and all affections ol
the Killin vs aud Bladder. Cures effected in from one to
fiw clays. They are piepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the system, and never nauseate the
stomach or Impregnate tho breath. No chance of diet
is necessary while using them, nor does their action in
any manner interlere with business pursuits. Price $1
Either ol the above-mentioned articles will he rmi lo
nnyuJdres9. closely sealed, and post-paid, by mail Ol
express .HI receipt ot price. Address all orders to
BERGER, SH CITS A CO., Chemist-,
March io Iv No. 285 River street. Troy, N. y. ,
CITY TAXE?-MONTHLY RETURNS.
OF! ICE OF THE CITY ASSESSOR. )
Cm HALL, November L 1887. I
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CONCERN?
ED that the MONTHLY RETURNS FOR THE
MONTH OF OCTOBER PAST, in compliance with the
Tax Ordinance, ratified on thc 28th da/ of December,
1866, must be made on or bet?re the 15th instant.
CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November 1_Assistant City Assessor.
TO PROVIDE FOR THE LIQUIDATION OF THE I NT KREUT
OS THE DEBT OF THE CITT, WHICH ACCRUED ON THE
THIRTIETH DAT OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BE IT ORDAINED BY I HE MAYOR AND ALDER?
MEN In City Conncil assembled. That for the pur?
pose of liquidating the interest on the public debt ot the
city, which accrued on the tnirdeth day ol September
last, six per cent stock, obligatory on the corporation ot
the City of Charleston, shall be issued under the direc?
tion of thc Mayor, tt? thc peinons holding stocks or fix
per cent, bonds ol the city, aud cut.tied to receive the
interest accrued thereon at thc time above uta tea, the
said stock to bear interost alter the rate of 3ix per cent
per annum, pajable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
years from date: Fronded, That no part of said stock
shall be issued for any sum less than twenty dollars, or
for any fractional part of a dollar: Provided, also, that
all sums for less than twenty dollars, and for fractional
parts of a dollar, shall be paid in city bills.
SEC. 2. That tho firm of certificate, and mode of
transfer of said stock shall bc subject to the same regu?
lations as now exist in i elation to other city six per cent,
stocks of the city.
Ratified in City Couucil this twenty-second day of Octo?
ber, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. s.l P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council. October 25
TO REGULATE THE DREDGINO OF DOCKS.
Whereas, The best interests oi the city, as well as the
convenience of the chipping 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 one hundred and titty fathom? from
tho end of the dock.
The Harbor Master shall be furnished with a copy of
this Ordinance, which ho ls required strictly to enforce,
and to report for prosecution au violations of the same;
which shall subject the party so offending to a fine not
exceeding one hundred dol?ais for each and every
Ratified In City Council this eight day of October, in the
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[L.S.] P. C. Q AILLA RD, Mayor.
W. H. Sierra. Clerk of Council. October 18
"ffOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TREASURY Of FICE, 1
OCTOBER 2.1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED BY OBDI
NANCE on 30th September. Renewals will te
?ranted on application at this office, if made daring Thu
Month. S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER. I
Cm HALL, CHARLESTOS, September ll, 1867. J
Ct EA I.ED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED UNTIL
? the 13th at 12 o'clock M., for BUILDING SEVERAL
TRUNKS of the lengths and sizes given below. The es?
timates will include the cost of excavating about 200
cubic yards of earth, the necessary filling, reforming ot
pavements, and grading alter the laying of trunks.
TR USES. FEET.
Length of Trunk in Line euoet. 27U
Len (Mb of Trunk in and from lots In Coming street
to the tidal drain. 300
Length < t Trunk from lots on Gadsden street to the
main dram in Wentworth street. 120
Length of Trunk from McIntosh's Court to Rad?
cliffe street drain. 187
Total length. 877
Ti unas to be tw ol ve by twonty Inches in the clear,
built of two by twelve Inches prime yellow pine planks,
to rest upon sleepers of three by nine inches, three feet
long, placed five feet from centres. Braces to bu two by
six inchon, dovetailed into tho aides ol Trunks, at dis?
tances of five feet from centres, The Trunks to be laid
tc grade pegs furnished by the Engineer.
All the work must be carried on with the greatest
Plans can be seen at this office.
A copy of these specifications mnst be attached to each
oiler. LOUIS J. BAR BOT,
September 12_City Engineer.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURY, 1
January 3, 18U7. J
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDh'h
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepart o
ror delivery from this Office. S. THOMAS,
REC. 1. Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Alder mern .
City Council assembled. That from and after the first da;
of January, licenses shall be taken out for all carts, any
and wagons, used for private and domestic purposes, in
the same manner, and according to the same provisi=n>
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons, let m
driven for hire, except giving 'booda, And each sue n
cart, dray or wagon, shall be provided with a bs dge con?
taining the number thereof, and marked Private, to LI
placed on the outside of the abaft.
SEC. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer a*
surely to any bond under the Ordinance concerning I
censes for carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, un?
ions he or she be a freeholder.
MO c. 3. The following shall hereafter be the rate? loi
licenses for pubbc and private carts, drays, wagons, v. "
including the horses or mules used thereof, which shiv,
be I ree from other taxation :
PUBLIC CARTS, DRATS. ETC., OR THOSE EMPLOYED IN AN J
BUSINESS WHATEVER, FOR HIRE M ft: CT OR INDIRECT.
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by one horse ru
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horse? x
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheel?, MU.
For every stage or omnibus (except line ? umbu*
with two horses, ?50.
For every rtage or omnibus (except line .iiumbu.-.
drawn by tour horse-, sou.
For every truck drawn ny two ?ir more bones or mule?,
For every express wagon drawn by two or more hone?
or mules, $00.
BREAD CARTS ASD PRIVATE CARTS, DUtTS, F.TC.
For every bread cart or wagon, S5.
For every cart, dray or wagon, used for private or do
mestic purposes, and not to he employer! m the tran**
porting of goods, wares, mc .-handlse. lumber, or any
other commodity, for cosa] 3nsarJon, either directly or
indirectly for the same, ahaU pity for a license the sum ot
$5, exclusive of the horse or mule.
Ratified In city Council, this loth day of January
lus.) in the year of our Lord oue thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-six.
P. f. GAILLARD, Mayor
By the Mayor.
January :| w. EL SMITH. Clerk of Conncfl.
IO REGULATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM. ITS PBO*
DUCTS, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. 1. Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, tn
City Council assembled. That from and after the 15th day
of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep Petroleum,
Keroseue, Rock Oil, Benzine, Benzole, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils on storage or for sale in any cellar,
store or building south of Line street, in a largor .ju.iu
Mtv than fifty gallons on any ono lot or promiser, and
any such quantity so kept or stored shall be contained in
vessels ot tin or other metal.
SEC. 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other in?
flammable oil or oils, wben brought into the city b> land
or water, may bc kept on any lot or in any mulding in
which cotton is not stored, for a period not exceeding
twenty-four hours, upon the expiration of which time il
shall bo removed and kept in the manner as required by
tho foregoing section.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ot
thu Ordinance shall be subject to a fine or two hundred
dollars, for each ofitencc, recoverable in any Court of com?
petent J urlsdlction.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of May, Iii
the year ol our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
[LA] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
Vi. H. SMITH. Clerk ot Couucil. June ?
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, I
May 18G7. j
The following SecUon of " An Ordinance to abolish ?he
office of Sperm tendent of Streets ; to provide for Keep
lug the Streets' Lanes, Alloys, and open Courts tn the
City of Cbarlesstou Clean, and for other purposes," is
hereby published for the information of all concerned :
For tho due protection of tho said contractor or con?
tractors, it isJurlh'T ordained, That every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
stieet, lane, alloy, or open court, shall ou every day
(Sundays excepted) have the dirt, tilth, garbage, or other
offal, placed In front of bis or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readme?* for tho contractor, by the hour ot
seven o'clock, A. M., trom the til st day ot May to the
fiajBt day or November In every year ; and by the hour ot
niue o'clock, A. M., frc m the first day ol' November to
the Bret day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or other
ofial, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above named, shall be subject to a fine not lest
than two nor more than fivo dollars, for each and every
offence, to be imposed by the Mavor.
By order W. H. SMITH,
May IQ Clerk of Council.
MAYORALTY OF CHARLES!'! M, I
Cm HALL, November 9,1BC0. j
ALL PERSON* DESIROUS OF REBUILDING IN Tat
Burnt District? and Waste Places of tho City, un?
der "An Act oi thc General Assembly, giving anthon!)
to tho City Council of Charleston to procce 1 in the ma.
ter ot a Fire Loan, with a view to aid in building up tue
City anew," are hereby notified that thc fono of appli?
cation for loans eau be obtained at the office of the Clerk
of Council, between tho hours of a A. M. and 2 P. M.
All applications must bec" -d in the above mention eil
Office, as the Committee will meet every Monday to cor?
sider the same.
By order of ihe Mayor W. H. SMITH,
November lu Clerk ot Council.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause of Section 1 of an "Ordluance to Raise Sup?
plies for theyeir 1807," is published for the information
ol persons selling Goods by sample or otherwise, who are
not residents oi this city. AU such persons are hereby
notified to report ut this office.
"Three dol?an ou every hundred dollars of all good*
sold lu this city by pera ms not residents, bv sample oi
otherwise." \V. H. SMITH,
March H Clerk of Council^
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., May i, 1307. J
TUR REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS ANL
iuclosures, vaults, Ac, will commence uu Monda;,
next. Ct inst. Owners and occupants are hereby required
to see that their premises are in good condition aud thal
:dl filth and garbage is removed as required by Ordi
nance. Other inspections will follow.
Bv order of Mavor GAILLARD.
C. B. SIG WALD.
Ol?'?f ol' Polire.
FOR THE MILLION I I
[WILL SEND, POST-PAID, 50 PHOTOGRAPHS OF
tbe most celebrated Actors tor 50 cents; 50 Actresses
for CO cents; 50 Union Generals for 50 cents; 50 Rebol
Generals for 50 cents; 50 Statesmen for 50 cents; 50 beau?
tiful young Ladies tor 60 cents; 50 fine-looting young
Gentlemen for 60 cents; 6 large Photographs ol French
Dancing Girls, in costume, beautifully colored, exactly aa
thev appear, tor 50 cents; or for 60 cents, G ot the most
beautiful Ladies of the Parisian Ballet Troupe, as tb?y
ui pear in the play ol thc Black Crook, at Niblo's Garden,
Send all order? to P. O. Box 177, Tr v. N. Y.
May 13 Hr
j?. \XrHlsKERS and MUS
?F*M VV TACHES torced to /p*5^
BL -M grow upon the smoothest KJB
njj^w lace iu from three to hvt. H^1^
B?fM weeks by using Ur. SEVIG- H&H
BHL NE'S RESTAURATEUR fiSKL
^HH^^ CAPILLAIRE, the most ?k\ B>>
^kW?F^ wonderful mo- ^*sMm\^r^^
dern science, aetiug upou ^^(F
the Beard and Hair In an almost miraculous inauuer. ;
bas been used by th>> elita ot Paris and London with the
most flattering success. Names ot all purchaser* wil
be registered, and If entire satisfaction is uot given ;n
every instance, the money will be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, SI. Descriptivo cir
culara and testimonials mailed tree. Address BERG Kit,
aHTJTTSA CO., Chemists, No. -"t? River street Troy, N
V., Solo Agents for the United States
U,L HAIL IV THE COIVOUEROR !
(OPE FOR TBE DIMING INVALID,
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
PULMON!!! ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
MANY WHOSE DECLINING HEALTH. WHICH
. wa? precarious, and their recovery despaired of
do now with grateful emanations to the All-Wise Dis?
poser, offer heartfelt thanks for this timely remedy. Dur?
ing the short time since Its public introduction into use
the Originator has most happily realized her most san!
guinn expectations in manifestations Issuing from all
quarters of Its unparaleUed curative properties, for In no
case whore it has been administerea with regard to di?
rections, and persevered in, has it failed in its b?n?ficiai
In resorting to this remedy, the invalid can depend
upon the safety of every article in its preparation, and
while it accelerates the healthful nacrions of each organ
and vessel, the mind can be perfectly free from appre?
hension of any subtle Ingredient being insinuated into ita
The appetite, which Improves under its administration,
is at liberty to Indulge prudently in whatever nutriment
is palatable, digestive and wholesom e, and while it is no
more than proper to avoid exposure to fresh cold, no lear
need be entertained ot any liability tinder this course of
treatment to induce it. It is a pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quite agreeable to the tarte, and as a lung re
vivifyer and balsam of health, it is dstinguishlng itself aa
without precedent, and we trust wi'.L ere long, claim for
itself general acclamation for its unrivalled efficacy.
For sale by the Proprietress, Mn. CECILIA HODEL
QUE'S, northwest corner of MEETING AND SOCIETY
STREETS, and principal Druggists.
PRICK SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
Tl BEST TONIC NOW IN Ul!
"Prevention is lictter than Cure."
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A Pi1 ROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED BY
J\_ the trench il ed I cal Faculty, as the only safe and
infalible amul?te against infection from Special Diseases.
This invaluable preparation is 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
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 m time, and at a very small outlay, save hours ot
uni .lld bodily and mental torments.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted in
Ute Old World, is now offered for sale for the first time in
America by F. A. DUPORT A CO., only authorized
Agents for the United States.
Price $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $5.
The usual discount to the trade. Sent, securely
packed, on receipt of price, to any address, with direc?
tions and pamphlet, by addrecaing to
F. A. DUPORT A CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Ricord's P. L.,
May 22 lyr No. 12 Gold Street, New York.
WE HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S PELLS, AND FIND
that they w.'U do all tba', is claimed for them, and
rbeerfully recommead them tc public favor.
T. H. WATTS. Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Att'y Oen'l of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala.
From TSOKAS J. JCTXJE, Judge Supreme Court.
I have need GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for iri-r acid Arne, and find them all that ia churned for
them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala.. September 29,1858.
Lo WHEES CODTTTT, alabama,
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They aro decidedly the best medicine for Chilli and ie?
ver I ever gave. I would no?: be without them for five
times the price. J. A. GRAHAM
AMXBICOB, April 17, 1867.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
of Chills and Fever. They are the best medicine tor
chills and Fever I ever saw. A. G. RON ALDSON.
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MONTGOMXBT, ALA., July 9, 1866.
Mesar*. BLUNT A HALE-GENTS: I have used your
lALLlGHAN'S PILLS on two occasions for Chilla and
f ever, and find that they effect all that they are intend?
ed to do. They are the beet remedy for the disease that
I have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
Grand Sec. Grand Lodge ot F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBANY, GA., March ll, 1867.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty cases ol
Chills and Fever, with pert oct success. They are the
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH. WI.VEMA.V ?i CO.,
No. 163 Meeting street.
And by all Druggists.
ULOl'.VT & HALE,
May 14 limo Montgomery, Ala.
A SUPERB STOCK OF FINK
GOLD MD SOLID SILVER WATCHES.
AU warranted to raia ?nd thoroughly reg?
ulated, sit the low price of flu each !
100 Solid Gold Hunting Watches.$260 to $1000
100 Magic Cased Gold Watches. 201 to 500
100 Laoie/i' Watches, Enamelled. 100 to 300
200 Gold Hunting Chronometer Watches... 260 to 300
200 Gold Hunting English Levers. 200 to 260
300 Gold Hunting Duplex Watches.. 160 to 200
500 Gold Hunting American Watches. 100 to 260
600 Silver Hunting Level's. 60 to 160
600 Silver Hunting Duplexes. 76 to 260
600 Ladies' Gold Watches. 60 to 250
1000 Gold Hunting Lepinea. 60 to 76
1000 Miscellaneous Watches, all kinds. 60 to 100
2500 Silver Hunting Watches. 25 to 50
60 )0 Assorted Silver Watches. 10 to 75
The above stock will be disposed of on the popular one
price plan, giving every patron a fine Gold or solid sil?
ver Watch tor $lo, without regard to value.
We wish to immediately dispose of the above magnifi?
cent Stock. Certificates, naming the articles, are placed
in sealed envelopes, and well mixed. Holders are enti?
tled to thc article named on their certificate, upon pay?
ment of Ten Dollars, whether it be a Watch worth $1000
or one worth less. The return of any of our certificates
entitles you to the article named thereon, upon payment,
irrespective of its worth; and as no article valued leas
than $10 is named on any certificate, it will at once
be seen that this is no Lottery, but a straightforward
legitimate tran sac tien, which may be participated In
even by the most fastidious I
A single Certificate will be sent by mail, postpaid, upon
receipt of 25 cents, five for $1, eleven for $2, thirty-three
and elegant premium for $5, sixty-six and more valuable
premium for $10, one hundred and most superb Watch
tor $15. To Agents, or those wishing employment, this
is a rare opportunity. It is a legitimately conducted
business, duly authorized by the Government, and open
to the most careful scrutiny. Try us. Address
WRIGHT. BBO. A CO..
Importers, No. 16) Broadway, N. Y.
There cometh glad Udings of joy to ali,
To young and to old, to great and to small;
The beru ty which once was so precious and rare.
Is free for all, and all may be fair.
By the use of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect preparation in use, for
giving the skin a beautiful poarl-liko tint, that is only
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches, Moth Pitches, Sallowness. Eruption?,
and all impurities of the skin, kindly healing the same
leaving the akin white and clear as alabaster. Tts uss
cannot be detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It ls the
only article of the kind used by the French, and is con?
sidered by the Parisian as indispensable to a perfect
toilet Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during the
past year, a sufficient guarantee of Us efficacy. Price
onay 76 cents. Sent by mall, post-paid, on receipt of tm
BERCER, SHCTTS A CO., Chemists,
2?5 River St., Troy, N. Y
PIANO-FORTES-OK AND, SUI ARK AND
UPRIGHT-Which are now acknowledged to bo,
by the Leading Artists in this country, SUPERIOR TO
ANY OTHERS IN AMERICA. These Instruments pos?
sess everv modern improvement, are of the largest size,
finished in CARVED and PLAIN ROSEWOOD CASES,
embracing very variety of style. Each has thefull
METALLIC TRAME. OVERSTRUNG BASSIfwithorwith
out the agraffe arrangement). Each has the EKEC?CH
GRAND ACTION, acknowledged to be superior to any
oiher in rapid eTeeution. These Instruments aro all
SEVEN, SEVEN AND A QUABTEB and SEVEN ANT. A THTJU)
OCTAVES- constructed of TSOROCOBXT SEASONED WOOD.
audoTtbe finest and best material. For GREAT rowxa.
STNQTNG QUALITIES, J^^SM
mmm ?SON are unsurpassed by any other makers m
JENNYS i SOM areiwmHJJTSJ HIGHEST PREMIUM
SCaSS? The sam" facilities which
WH? Produces SUPERIOR INSTRUMENT,
enable this BT*??^f?ete PIANO FORTES to the
^?SSal? D? Teachers and other.
?re**' ?ioa. 233 ?nd 236 East 31st st . ark.
Between 2d and 3d Avenues. Ne*reet
September 27 ***