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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 8, 1867.
Tho hore? that I have seen depart,
Mv visions o:ily can renew;
Ah I happy lreebn ??> of tho heart
That fell upon me like a dew.
I flung mv solden time awav
11 dream*, and never felt it pass:
I w ke and find my sell, to-day,
A silly, s ?numen tal ass,
The high desires of other days
Are dead; Ambition's renm I* o'er.
Th? heart mat once beat I igh tor praise.
Beats high (to quoto a 1 n.? o' Moorv)
So more 1
THE NEW OBLTANS SHEBIFFALTT.-The follow?
ing cara from Mr. Cuthbert Buliitt, who was r -
Gently appointed Sheriff of New Orleans to succeed
General Hays, ramoved, appears iu the papers oi
The press and tho pub'io have said much upon
the removal of General Karry ?. Hays lrom '.ht
office or Shsr.ffui tuia citv and or ?J ucm6 ap?
pointed bis sucocssor. ^Unhappily, " those un
acqaa.uted witn mo may perhaps accuse mo ol
engineering in tho premises to effect this chauge.
Tnose wuo have kuowu mo for a loa? senes of
years web know that 1 would soorn to co-operate
with any mau or party to remove an officer for m.>
own promotion, especially in this irsta;ioe, where
the party removed is my friend. In the lato un
tortu.iate struggle iu wi?ich our oountry bas bee.i
engaged Gcieral Lljyj and myself tooti different
Bides. On bis return fronfl tho Confodcracv, I gave
him tho old groetmg of trie; dship, am' used wuai
influenoo I -a i at washington io efiect his par
doa. I: was accomjnsuo vu tuer ? was of ser?
vi p to ni n it is no; for me to sty. k\?r the pre?
sent, will conteur myself by st Hug tLac I did not
app y for mis office, di^e *tly or indtreo.ly, and ?ny
appointment was as u..exoceto., as it was uusolict
ed, as wid appear from t.ie fodowiug lotter to
New Orleans, November 2,13j7.
NEW ORLEANS, November 2, 1367.
GENERAL :-You did me the honor io tender mc
the cflL-c of Suer .ff for this city and parbu. which,
upen reflection, I hav detenu.no J to decline, and
you will c:nsider my acceptance of yesterday as
I again return you my thanks and gratitude for
this mark of your o ms:d ration, wuicn ie the moro
gratifying, as it was unexpoctcd aud un ?ked for.
With muoii respect, your ob dient Bervanc.
CU1 EBERT BULLITT.
To Major-General J. A. HOWES, . ommanding
Fifth Military District, New Orleans.
An has been al.-er.dy stated by telegraph, upon
this action ot Mr. Builitt's, General Hays was tem
? At the burning of the B o'umond, Indiana,
Water Cure, tho tnirsty ct.2.? s drank up several
gallons o? whiskey in wb.cii snakes, be ties, and
otnor reotdes had been preserved. Snakes may
be f jund iu oh whisKoy. out tho drinkers.usually
prefer them in a less palpable shape.
-The question of how longa "return ticket."
sold by a railroad company, is good for a pa sage,
is about to be tes.e J in t?e courts. A coaduotor in
Maine is u der arrest to ejecting a man. who bad
no other tioket, fr.m the cars. The ticket was
four days overdue.
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. p?raacs depositiag tetters in the Post?nico wij;
place tho stomp near the upper right hand cor
nar of th? aaveJope, sad they will also please to reraem
bar toa? without tho stamp ateta? cannot bo roailod. but 1 ft
?9>|NB| tothoDeadLetter Office, November? J v
exports f?r the Week ending Thursday.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship R C Winthrop-37 bags S I Cot?
ton. 3077 bales Upland Cotton.
BRISTOL (ESGr-Per brig Queen of Britain-9t31 bb!s
Rosin. 2al bbl? Spirit* Turpentine.
KEW YORK-Per steamship Saragossa-C2 bags S I and
721 tales Upland Cotton, 14 ba os Yarn, 197 tieroes
Rice.3Packages.Per steamship EB Souder
1. bass S I an . 736 bales Upland Cotton, 17? tierces
Rice, 9G bales Domestics, 19 Lundles Par>er, 3 bbls
0r.iuyes. 28 packages Mcize.1 er steamship Man?
hattan^:? bales bea Island Cotto:i, 1119 bales Up?
land Co ton, 153 tierces lUce. iii bales Domestics, 42
biles Yiri). 125 packages Sundries.Per brig
Martha-9G bale- Cpl .nd Cotton. 600 bbls Rosin, 70.
OOUiVct Yellow Pino Lumber.Per sehr D lal
bot-I0C.0UU ieet limber, ;j,u.?0 foet Flooring Boards.
PHILADhLIMlA-Per steamship Alhance-241 bales
Cotton, 102 casts Rice, 39 bales Yaru, 50 bales Paper,
lsbb.s opinis T'irpentin?', 78 bbls Rosin, 30 bales
Rags, 141 casks Clay, and 80 pkss Mdzo.
BALTIMORE-rer ato .mshi i Sea uu.l-40 tierces R ee,
'.80 b i ti Cottcn, W25 staves, 20,0o0 feet Lumber, 30
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
[TOS T3E WE K ENDLN'O THURSDAY. NOYEuBEB 7.]
COT t OX.- ho dull and decliaing f*atures of the
English market :or mjst o? t ie week caused the value
ot' the artiel here to steadily lall off to Wednesday, the
decliae U;j to that time bel?g about 1 cent 9 lb. from
the opening pri.es, Middling Upland b ing q .toted at
Liverpool, cn Friday last, at 8%d., gradually boco
ing easier until it was quote at8%d.,but yesterday some
wh.t stiffener), and was qaotel at 8 9-16d., New lork in
tho samo tim? commencing at 19@19%c, decUniag to
13ffil8%c, and has since improved to 18)ic. fo: New
i'ork Midd.mar. Price9 here which bogan at 17c. for
Liverpool Midd lng, fell off to lCc., and yesterday, under
Detter intel.Ljea.e from abroad, cloned at 16>ic. 9 lb.
far Liverpool M ddling.
Tho rcccij-.s at mis point continuo to enlarge, and for
tho past week have been 190 bales of Sea Island and
H,4:l ua'.es of Uplin . agai.ist 109 bales ot bea Island
and 8299 bales of I piaud the week bciore, and 420 bales
of sea Island an ? 4C76 bales ol Upland tor the corres?
ponding week. year.
Tho following H a report of tho daily operations in the
staple in this t urk t for tho week Just terminated.
On Friday, tho 1st inst, the market was quiet, and
buyers were generally offering decliuijg rates, the trans
ctious beiag at eaaier ?ricos, and ia some cases about
%c. ci rb. lower. Salc3 230 bales, Low Middling being
quoted at 16%, Middling at 17, and Strict MidcLing at
17>6c. 9 lb.
On saturday, althoujch the inquiry continued good,
transjetions were g. nerailv at prices ,^0. lowor. Sales
0.10 bales; Low Middling being quoted at 16 a 16%, Mid?
dling at. 6* a 16%, Strict Mi Jd Jug at 17 a 17% c.
On onday there was an active demand, prices being
somewhat irregular and, in somo cases, easier, but gene?
rally inchantreJ. Sal.s IOJO bales, Lo.v Middling being
quoted at 16@i6%c; Middling, 16%o., Strict Middling,
Oa Tuesday th: inquiry was moderate, soma transac
dons taking place at lower prices. .Sales 500 bales, Low
Midd.ing being qu . ted at 16a; Middling, at 16Kc and
Strict Midd .hag at 17c. 9 ?.
On Wednesday thu market w is declining, prices gene?
rally reeding a JO it Xe. 9 H>. Sales iOO bales. Low
Middlino; being qur ted at 15%c, Middling at 16c, and
strict Middling at I6%c. 9 lb.
Y sterJay the markes wa active and advanced % to
%o. 9 lb. Sales about 1000 bales, say 1 at 15 9 at 15%,
393 at 16,110 at 16%, 4 ai 16%, 283 at 16%. 10 at 16*. 43
at 19%, and 196 balo3 at 17 cents. We quote
Strict Aiiddlin,' .17 @
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Tao arrivals of this quality of
Cotton show a a Ljb: improvomont during the week, and
were 190 bales, agaiast 109 bales tho week before. There
is a moderate inquiry for the arti.le, but the badly
stained character of mach of the Florida crop Injures its
valu . "About 129 ba,-s w. re sold during the week,
about 59 ol aich w re *ea Is and, which were disposed
at rates ra ?ing from 48 @?1 OJ V- Hi. For fancy lots
of So1 Llands ?115 is readily paid, and there are a few
bags lu tho m rket that are held at SI 50 9 lb. The
very extra brands have not yet ma le their appearance,
as tho growers think the future will develops better
prices. Florida Long cotton has baan arriving as freely
aa the limited crop will permit. . hree- fourth s of the
Florida Long Cotton received so Dur ls, we learn, dirty
and carel et'.y put up. and factors complain that they aro
unsaleable. Good Coan Floridas are In active request,
at 43, 45, 50. and tor Extra lots 60@70c. 9 lb. has been
paid." Wo quota salas of common stained F.oridaa at
30? 35:. ; fair to good at 4o@46, and good t> fine at 50 to
70c. 9 ih., the latter price only for a superior article in I
staple and preparation. For Sea Islands wc learn of '
. ransactions in good quditi s at 54, CO and 80c. 9 lb.
tor good to fine, and il? I 15 fl lb. for choice Extra.
S. Jsl'd Upl'd Ruy..
Stock on hand Sept 1,1867. 182 810 180
Received this weelc. 190 11431 780
Received previously. 351 31076 2613
633 43806 3133
Experts- S. It'd. Up'd. Rice.
Tba-week. 189 3883 724
Previously. 179 33056 16J4
City and local
318 36923 3148
Total exports and consumption 318 28923 3148
Stock on hand and on shipboard.... SOS 14383 270
SAME IIXS LAS! TEAR.
S. rid, Upl'd. Rice.
stock on hand Sept. I, 18C6. 235 6300 ....
Re?u ved this wees. 430 4676 206
Received previously. 810 20938 80a
1474 30914 1007
Exports- S. J'd Up'd. RUM.
1 Lu week.! 174 34<i4 375
Previous y. 754 20587 621
m 24051 796
Total expora. 923 S4051 796
Stock on hand and on shipboard.... 5 t? 68J3 311
BICE.-The rriv.'.s of d' grain have b*cn light, and
amour.' to some 7000 bu hes Carolina Rough and 14:
tierces ot Carolin 1 Clean Rice, tao lat ter. fro m George
to.va, S. C. Ear y in the wee., 'he article was dull, sud
pnces in iavor of the bu. cr, bnt for several days past the
junket has bo n firmer ana the rate s have slightly im?
proved. 1V0 now salo? of about 600 tierces Clean Caro
lia, say 17 titi cea ats., fl lb. ; 15 do. at 8%c. ; 30 do.
at 8 3-18 .; 23 do. st 8 5-lOa. ; 40 at 8%c; 60 do. at 8 7-16c. ;
74 do at 6>ic.; C9 do. at 8%c ; 63 ao, at 8 13-180.
quote Fa;r Clean Caro ina at 8 to 8%o. fi lb ; Good at
815-16,3 8%c. 9 a.; and Common Prime at 8%?8 lS-16c
?AVAL STO ?ES.-Tho arrivals amount to some 76bbli.
Spirits. 600 ..bis. Baria, and 200 bbls. Crudo Turnea Ine.
We note sales of Spirits of Turpcnlnc at 50@51o. 9 gal?
lon. Rosin sells readily at $2 75 for Common, $2 83?3
for No. 3. and $3 25?4 9 bbl. for No. 1. Crude Turpen?
tine was disposed of at ?8 9 bbi. for.Virgin and yellow
HAY.-Th ero baa been received about 1300 bales of
North River qualities during the week. 1 nd wa karn of
sales of abou 1000 bales of this description at 31 20 per
hUudrc3. There has b.ec no ..rrivalscr sales of Easteru.
CoBN- The arrivals ol this grain have osen confined
to few limi ed lot > to supply the retail trade. We learn
of no wholes de transa: iona ihe retail demand is sup?
plied at Si SC ?si 55 for mixed, and $160? 170 for
prime, by wei ht, sack* included.
OAi - -ite rooripts of this grain nave been liberal and
amount to tomo 10,000 bushels tat the work. We nota
sales at 83 @ 90c per bush'-), s.cks .iio uded.
FL.UR.-Ihe v../ Umitod suj.pliss of o.utiicxn Flour
now corni ag to markst caus9 a arm leeling, and;>i-*7ious
ratea buv<j been generally maintained. Wc quote South?
ern super at ?U 60 Vi bbb, Southern Extra at $13 60 9
bbl., and Southern Family at 314 60 9 bbl. Northern
and Weitem qualities are in moderate supply, but very
limited dimana, and, in consequence, of an easter ten?
dency. lu Northern markets prie a for these qualities
have been leas firm. We quote Northern and Western
va. -r at $117?(?j).2 per bbl.. Northern and Western Ex?
tra $13 75@T3 ft bbl, and Family at $14 9 bbl.
BACON.-Dealers have aa umple supply ol this article,
but the enquiry is of the most limited character, and in
tho Absence of demand thu market tl flat, with a dis, os:
a J- lu prices to ro. edo. Wo quote prime shoulders at
15?16%C. \i }B, prime rib joi Sides Iso, and primo
ilear ribbed S.dea at 13%o. 9 lb. Belly Bacon and
strips may bo quoted at 18c. tor a prime arti.-le. There
a an ample stock of interior Meat, which caa be pur
:hased at low and irregular figuras.
INDIA BAGGING.-The m..r_et ii lully supplied with
this article, aad sellers are offering largo lots
it 23 tents 9 yard, cash, and 33% ? 24 cents on
time, and smalled:quantities st2io. 9 yard. New York
junny Cloth ls held at 26c. Dundee Bagging, 44 inches,
1% ?bs. to tie yard, is held at30@3? cents. Sea Is
land Bigging, 4A inches wile, 2 Iba to the yard, is
hold at G>? CO ceats.
ROPE-In conseqvtencs of the usc of Iron Ties, th?
i-.macd far Rope is very light and prices irregular, and
?oroewhal. norcln '1 at qaotatioas. Wa quo? Hemp a
l?@ll cents 9 lb. ; Groealeaf at I4?15 ocuti. and Jut? at
13 cents $ lb.
IBON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton are coming into
ase, oud DILLON'S Universal Tie, Wat. ROACH, Agont,
?tie Ar ow Tie, R. MCBE A CO., Agents, the BEARD'S Tie.
j oaoE W. Wnxi-.iis .v Co.. Agents, and the WAILET
Buckle Tie, STREET EBOTHI?RS i; Co., Agents, and GOULD
c MCTNTIKR'S lie, WILLIS it CHISOLSI, Agents, are effer
d m ?his market s i'-.'.'iill . ceuu 9 lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-Tho ifook of Timber ana
bamber is small, and. in tho present duli etato of the
narket, we osait quotations
SALT.-The arrivals amount to 6G0? sa ke of Liv*r
100I, received direct. We note sales of 1"00 sacks Llver
lool afloat, of a previous nmval, at ?2 9 sack. The job
lers are aakirag $2 25(??2 :0 9 sack for small lots.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by sail, we quote the rate
rm at % l. 9 lb. on Upland and l%d. 9 lb. on Sea
slands. To Harre, there io nothing offering. To tho
fast Indies, nommai. Coastwise-To New York, by
team, 1 . cn Upland and l%o. en Sea Islands is tho
?aloskl ig r.ttes. On Rice $1 50?$2 9 tierce. By sail,
;c. 9 lb oa Upland Cotton, and 091 25 9 tc. =n Bfos.
0 Boston by stoaLi, lr. 9 .? m Ccttcn and $2 9 tc. on
ice; by sail %c. 9 ic on cotton. To Philadelphia, b;.
?am. % cent? 9 lb. on Cottor, and by sail -. To
altimore, oy steam, %c. 9 lb- ?n Cotton, and $1 50 9
ene on Rice, Tiio Bai.imcre and Charleston steam?
's nave arr. n^ed a through freight to Western cities,
yoe Cotton to Ciucin-ati, $1.50 9 100 rbi, and SSa.
1C0 lbs. qn "Rice. To Louis\lue, IL 70 9 100 lb?, on
Kton, and I8c 9 109 lbs. on Rice; To St. Louis, $2.10 1 T
100 lb?, an. I 85c 9100 lbs. on P.ics. Thtie steamars 11
take freight through to Philadelphia. On Lumbar, by
sail, to Now York, Philadelphia and Baltimore, at ?6g7
t M. and on Timl'er*$9@10 fl IL nominaL
EXCHANGE-Sterling Billa-tho rate yeatarday waa
149% for six'y days bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE-The banks are purchasing Sight
Chocks on New York at % off; ono to five days, I V cent,
off; five to ten days, 1% off; ton to fifteen days. 1% off ;
fifteen to twenty dajs, 1% off; twenty to twenty-five
diys, 2 fl cent off; twenty-five to thirty days, 2% ft
cent. off. They are selling Sight Checks at par.
GOLD.- The brokers were yesterday buying at 40 and
belling at 4L
Georgetown (S. C.) Market.
GEORGETOWN (3. C.), Ncvembor C.-COTTON-No
sales to report this week. We quoto from 13 to 14c, du?
ties not paid.
COBN-Retailing from the stores, $1 45 to $155 ?
TIMBER-No sales to report this week. We quote from
9 to 20 . fl cubic foot
TURPENTINE-Both Ye low and Virgin Dip commands
S3 fl bbl ot 280 lbs.
AUGUSTA, November 6-FINANCIAL.-GOLD-Brokers
are buying at 140 and Belling at 142.
SELVES-Brokers are buying at 130 and selling at 133.
COTTON-the mur. et has been active all day, with a
good deuiaud. All cotton that was offered a ld readily
on a basis of 3 5 >? a 15% cents for Augusta and New York
Middling this mornim'. This afternoon prces were
firmer, New York Middlings bringing 16% cents. The
market closed decidedly firm. Sales 629 oales. Re?
ceipts 669 bales.
WHE T-Red at 19 50 a 2 75; White at $3 00 a 3 25.
BACON-Shoulders 15% a IC; BB Sides, 17% a 18; CB
Sides, 18)?; C Sides, 19 cents, and canvassed Hams
25 a 28c.
COHN-New SI 15 a 1 20.
COEN MEAL-$l 35 a l 60.
FLOUB.-(iranite Mills Super, $13; extra, $14; double
extra, $15 50.
New Orleans Market.
NEW OBLEANS, November 2.-COTTON.-The market
opened this morning wi h a fuir inquiry, but as buyers
dal i ed a greater reduction In prices than factors were
wi Ung to concede, and the e waa only a limited srnount
offering, thc demaud subsequently fell off. and tuc eales,
wnicb con prised 1450 bale -, were to a few parties, two of
whom took respectively 400 and 700 bales, leaving bot
350 tor the rosi of tra 10
We quote Ordinary nommai, Good Ordinary at 16% a
17c, Low Mlddbng at 17% a 18-, Middling at 20 a 19.
anc Good Ordinary at 20 a -. There ls some Low Ordi?
nary, but BO tittle Ordinary on sale that tho quotation
tor the latter continues nominal. Our inside figures for
the otha' grades are predicated on actual eales, but at
tuc same time strict Low Middling sold at 18 Vic, and it
waa difficult to find Middling at 18%c.
STATEMENT or COTTON.
-tock on band 1st September, 1667.bales-15,256
Arrived to-day. 2>o
Arri ed previously. 47,092- 47,352
Cloarort to-day. 2329
clo ired previously. 18,459- 20,788
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 41,820
WILMINGTON, November C.-TTIBPENTINE-Crude
turpentine continues to cn ive but slowly, snd all lately
offered bas been taken at the current price. 251 bbla
were sold to-day at $3 60 for virgin and yellow dip, and
?2 :>0 tor hard fl 2-0 lbs.
TAB-89 bbls were sold to-day at $2 70 bbl, the mrr
Let olo.siny firm at that pnce.
Sri: rrs I r; BP F. NT IN L -LO bbls changed hands at 51 >?.
and 7 dy ut 51c fl gallon.
ROSIN-Sales uf 414 bbls strained and No 2 at $2 80 ft
Dbl. Ibero were also a few bbls Pale sold at $3 60 fl bbl.
COTTON-28 bales were sold at 15%c for low middling,
tnd 16c tor middling, fi tb.
BALTIMORE, November 4.-COFTEE.-We report
sal s to-day of 300 bags R o, ex Agnes, at 17 cents ; 257
bags Rio from second hands at 17 a 17% cents gold.
COTTON.-Mark it heavy; we report sales of 75 bales
good ordinary and low middling at 16% a 17 cents;|mid
dllng held at 18 cents.
FLOUS.-Thc market opened to-day with a deolino of
60 cents on all grades of Baltimore Extra and Family,
and 25 cents on Soper. We report a quiet market,
only aa:es were 100 bbl? Howard Street Super at $9 7?;
100 bbls do. Extra at $11 50; 100 bbls Kentucky do. at
$10 50 per bbl.
GRAIN. -Wheat-Receipts to-day were very Ught
comprised of 650 bushels white and 4300 bushels red;
the ma ket waa languid and prices favored buyers; in?
cluded in the eales wero 100 bushels prime white at
$2 60; 450 bushels good do at $2 50; no choice sam ules of
Maryland or Virginia Valley red offered; worth M65;
sales to dav embraced good Pennsylvania and Maaland
a $2 40 a 2 60; about 1500 bushels at these figures; 1600
bushed common to lair at $9 20 a 3 3 ', and some lLfenor
samples at *2 a 2 19. Corn-125 bushels white und 600i)
bushels yellow offered ; tho market was dull, very few
buyers on 'Chau. e; a amah lot of old white reported at
$1 3.', and new dan-,1 ?rcela ac 90 a 95 cents; 200 bushels
old yellow sold at $1 32 a 1 35; offerings principally com
1 posed of Western mixed, for which there waa no de?
mand. Oats-6700 bushels offered; market steady, with
salea of 32U0 bushels at 71 cents; 1900 do st 73 cents; 740
do at 74 cents; 300 do inferior at 69 cents, xtye-35U
bushels Herod and sold at $1 50 per bushel.
MOLASSES-We nonce a sale of 13 hhds Porto Rico at
58c per allon.
Pao VISIONS-Thc market is vsry quiet; nothing doing
except a lew small lots of Bacon, pnces of which are un?
changed. We repeat, viz: for shoulders 13% a lS%c,
rib Sides 16%c; clear rio 17 a 17%c; and clear 17%o; uotr
city cured H-ms 19 a 20c; old Wes ern sr j. ar cure i no?
minal at 23 a 2.c. Lard 13% a 1334c salea amah. Pork
-Western Moss $23 60 a 24 %i bbl. nominal.
tues-lhere were sales yesterday, not before report?
ed, of 20 tierces Carolina al 9%c; 12 du do at 9%c fl lb;
als 1, 40 tierces a day or two since, to arrive, on private
feuOAB-Market firm, with littlemore doing; we report
a aaie .ate yestkrday, of 212 hhds grocery Porto Rico, ex
Magic, on private terms; to-day 27 hhds Porto Rico at 12
a 13X0; 16 boxea Cuba at 10% a ll%c; 80 hud? english
Island, for refining, at ll%c
Navr York Market.
The New York Commercial Adv?) titer, of Tuesday,
5th Inst., saya:
In consequence of the elections, Wall street ia ex
tremely duli to-day. Gold la quiet and the supply of
cash gold for delivery is i.bunduat, the holders paying
2 a 6 per cent tor carrying over balancea. It ia reported
tuat Mr. Mcculloch L about to soil a considerable
amount of government gold in a few days, and this re?
port tends to help the speculation tor a fall. The I.ellef
that he will also contract the legal tender green os cks
tor 0>. LuwCr to the fuU extent of four mil.lou s. allowed by
'he law of April, 1866, h is also some influence in govern?
ing t?e speculations of those wno look for lower prices.
The loan market ls easy, and the few app.lcaiions
which are making are met at 6 per cent on cad. and at 7
a 9 on disc 'tints. In consequence- 01 the dulinoss of
general business to-day, vary little is doing.
PK' DUCE MARKST.
NEW YOBS, November 6.-FLOUS.-The market for
Western and ?tato flour ia more act?ve, particularly the
lower grades, which are lo a 15c better. Medium are a
shade firmer, but lamil y brands are dull.
the cale" ?re 34,000 bbls at *8 4J a 9 35 for Superfine
State ;. 9 40 a 10 10 tor Extr. State ; $10 26 a 10 40 for laney
State; ?9 40 a 10 10 tor thu low grades of spring Wheat
We t rn Extra; ?9 46 a 10 6 > tor shipping Ohio ; $10 60 a
14 uO ?or tradi- and ram ti y rranas; and $11 75a 16 00 for
Su Lou's Ex tr is.
s. nthern flour is dull and unchanged. Sales of 450
bbls at ?10 a 12 25 for common to good Baltimore and
country extras, and $11 75 a 14 15 for trade and lamily
Oats opened lower but partially recovered, and closed
firm at our ext erne prices.
The salea are 120,000 bushels Ohio and Western st
75 76%o; good .southern at 76c.
Rye 18 held with more firmness, but is quiet
Corn opeued Armor, but bu vers held off, and at the
elope prjees declined, ad the mai iel olOScS flat
T ? sales are 60,100 bushels Western mix d at $1 35 a
1 36 afloat; fair Western yellow at $1 38%; new Southern
white at $141.
PROVISIONS-Tho Pork market ha? been very dull at
about yesterday's r.te. Sales of 600 bbls mess at $20 86
cash; and 160 bbls in small lots at $21.
Beel ls rather more active. Sales of 375 bbls at f 14 a
16 60 for low gradas plain mess; $17 a 19 for better quail,
ties do, and $20 a 22 for extra mess.
Bacon ls moderately active on tho spot but very dull
for iorwar.i delivery We note 175 boxea city Cumber
indent, bl- week delivery, part at 12%.
ureas -d Hogs ait piety aud rather heavy. Wo quote
at 8% a 8% for city.
Lara ia dull and heavy. Ka es of 400 pkgs at 13 cte for
city and 13% cte tor Western on pier. Primo steam in
store is held at 13% a 13%o, with no buyers, salea 01230
tes tor January delivery on private terms.
BUTTES-continues duh and prices are weak. Wo quote
as loliowsiGoahen und orango county, pails, 40 a Coe. ?,
lb ; State firkins and tubs, good to choice, 40 a 42c ; Illinois,
iowa and Minni sota, 26 a 80c; Western Raaer ve, good to
choio* 32 a 35c; state tubs, Welsh, good to choice, 40
a 42o; Oblo, common to lair, 20 a 24c.
CHEESE-Tho market is flat and prices aro lower. Ex?
porters cannot operate at present heavy prices. We quote
a- follows: State factory, good to choice, new, 15 n 15%c
fl ft; Stats fair to good, 13 a 16c; State dairiaa, choice, 13
a 16c; English dalry. Conn., 16 a 17c; English d.lry,
Ohio, '6 a 17c; Vermont dairy, good to choice, 12 a 14c.;
pineapple, 19 a 22c; Ohio, prime, 13 a 14c.; Ohio fac?
tory, good to choice. 14 a 16c.
CorrEE-Kio is lu lair demand, and prices remain
COTTON-The market is dull and there is but vary little
doing, bnt holders are firm at 18%c for middling up?
lands. We quote :
Uplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.IS 16 10 16
Low Middling.17 M 18 18 18%
Midd log..18% 19 19 20
Good diddling.21 21 22 22
HEMP-Foreign and American hemp remain dull, and
prices uro nominal at 12o tor Manilla.
HAT-Is ia good demand, but prices are heavy at 70 a
76 tor shipping, and $1 a 1 30 for retail lota.
HOPS-Are firm and iu good demand for home con
sumptoa. We quoto at from 20 a 45 a 65, as to growth
MOLASSES-We bear of no important sales; prices aro
FSEIOHTS-To Liverpool. 40,000 bushels Wheat at
6%d.; a OOO b is Flour to fill, at 2s Cd; 1G00 bbls Rosin
ai 3s 3:1 fl 280 lbs; and per s.earner, 700 tierces Beef at
7s Gd; 80t? bbls Pork at 6s Cd, and 200 boxes Bacon at
45s. To Loudon, 6u0 bbls Flour at 8s 3d. A Br brig to
Cadiz with staves on pr?vete terms.
Comparative Exports of Cotton from thc
Port of Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Groat Britain.
Other French Porte
Total to France.. .
North of Europe.
Total North ol' Europe.
South of Europe.
West Indies, ?c..
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, Ac.
Baltimore and Norfolk_
New Orleans, kc.
Other United SUtes Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Per steam ' City Point from Palatka. v a Fern?n,
lina, Jacksonville, and Savannah-Mrs Seixaa and 1
;b?drcn, and others.
Per steamer Fannie, from Savannah, via Beaufort Ell?
on Head, Ac-B E Brown, L Tollman, Miss E F Dur
?ac, Misa Prior, W H Parry, H Blatt?, and 1 dook.
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, fl yard
BALE ROPE, fi lb-Mantua.
BREM), ft lb
BRICKS, 9 M.
BRAN, fi 100 lbs.
COTTON, fi lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary..
Middling to btrict Middling.
CANDLES, fi rb-Sperm.
COFFEE, fl lb-Bio.
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla.
CORN MEAL, fl bbl.
COAL, fi ton-Anthrsoite.
COPPER, fl lb-Sheet.
Peruvian Guano, ft ton.
Pacific Guana, f. 2000 lbs.
Laugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs...
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs...
Mapes'Super Phosphate, ft 2000 ft
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate.
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime..
Wools ton's Phosphate of Lime..
FISH-Cod, * 100 tts.
Herring, fl box.
Mackerel No. 1, ft half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 3, ft bbl..
Mackerel, No. L by kits.
Sardine?, fl 100-quarter boxea..
FLOUR, fi bl l-Super.
Northern and Western Extra.112.75
FRUI TS-Trunes, ft ft.
Almonds, soft shell.
Raisins, M. It. box.
Lemons, fl box.
GLASS, fi box of 50 feet
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, ft busheL
Western Oats, ft bushel.
Corn, ft bushel.
Beana, f buaheL .
JAY, fi cwt.-North River.
HIDES-Dry, fi ft.
IRON- Refined, ft ft.
LATHS, ft M. 4.00
LIME-Bhe?, ft bbl. -
South Carolina.I 1.50
Plaster Paris. I 4.00
CUMBER, ft M toot
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.ou
White Pine, good run.38.00
Boards, ft M. feet-Rough.|12.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 128.00
LEATHER, country tanned, ? ft.
MOLASSES, ft gallon-Cuba.
NA VAL STORES, ft bbl-Tar
Rosin, No. 1..
Rosin, No. 2.
Rosin. No. 3.
Sninth Txrventine, fi gallon..
Oaauui. at to.
.VJ/?.S'-Ainerican, 4@20d, ft keg.I 6.50
Copper, ft ft.
Ol LS- Lard, ft gallon.
Linseed, ft gallon.
Sperm, Winter, ft gallon....
Cotton Soed, ft gallon.
Castor (E I.), ft gallon.| 3.00
Olive, ft doren.i 8.00
Kerosene, ft gallon.I 52
Benzine, ft gallon.I 60
PROVISIONS-bett, meas, ft bbl
Bacon, Hams, ft ft.
Lard, ia keg.
Potatoes, ft bbl.
PA LYTvS-White Lead, ft ft.
PLOW STEEL, ft ft
RICE-Carolina, fi ft.
SLA TES- AmcHcan, ft square...
SHINGLES, ft M.
White Pino, first quality...
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, ft sack,
SO A P-Bar, ft th.
STARCH, ft ft.
SPICES, fi ft-Cassia.
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol.
Brandy, Cognac. j 1.00
- ? -
4.50 @ 6.50
5.50 @ 6.00
0.00 @ 6.50
7.00 @ 8.00
12.60 ? -
7.00 ? 8.U)
12.00 <a -
2.00 @ 2.50
Rum, N. E.
SUGAR, fl ft-Raw_
SEGA HS- Domestic manufacture, ft M.
TEAS, V ft-Imperial.
TOBACCO, fi ft, as per quality.
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine.
TIN-IC Roofing Plata.
I X Roofing Plat*.
IC Tin Plate1,10x14.
I X Tin Plate 10x14.
I O Tin Plate, 14x20.
Block Tin. fi ft.
?*?F/.V?-Cotton, fi ft.
VARNISH-Zrlght, ft gallon.
riNEGAR-Wnlia Wine, fl gallon
WINE, fi gallon-Port.
Cla.-et, fi case.
Champagne, fl basket.
ZINC-Sheet, ft ft.
Exports of Klee, Nu val Stores and Lamber
tVom the Port or Charleston, from the 1st
September to November 7,1867.
?, STORES, i Lunana.
Wilmington, N. C.
St Johns, N B.
Market Ksport and Quotation Sheet fot
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Billa, Ur Week
ending November 7,1867.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad Street, Charleston, ?. C.
SOUTHERN BA.VE BILLS.
Bank of Camden.34? 00
Bank of Charleston.19? 00
Bank of Chester.10@00
Bank of Georgetown.16?oo
Bank of Hamburg.14@00
Bank of Newberry.8J@00
Bank of South Carolina..09@00
Bank of State of 8. Carolina, prior to 1861.11@00
Bank of Stet? of 8. Carolina, after 1st Jan., '61.. 05@0u
Commercial Bank, Columbia.01(3)00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.10?00
Merchant'e Bank, Cheraw.08?00
Poople'a Bank, Charleston.49?o
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.07?00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank. Charleston.... 18@C0
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.25@00
Union Bank, Charleston.75@00
City of Oharleston Change Bills.00? 0C
SUte South Carolina Treasury Notes.75?00
BOSD9. SXOCX A?D OOUT0S?.
Georgia State Coupons.82? 00
Gsorgia State Bond Seven Per Cant (old).b2?00
Georgia State Bond Seven Par Cent (newi.00?00
Memphis Coupons. City.00?00
Memphis Bonds, City.00?0<i
City of Columbia Bonds.28@00
Oity ot Columbia Coupons.28?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock... 33?La
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent Bonds.55?00
South Carolina Railroad Soven Per Cent. Boada.. .57?C0
South Carolina R. R.Certificate of Indebtedness.. .45?00
City of Charleston Six Per :ent. Stock.33?34
City of Charleston Certificate of Indeltcdncaa ... ,00?00
City of Charleatou Fire Loan Bouda.50@00
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).34?00
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of January
Stats of tiouth Carolina Stock.25?C0
State of South Carolina Coupons.25@00
People's National Bank Stock. 95@u0
Flrat National Bank Stock.95?O0
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.!&8@ou
Northeastern Railroad lat Coupons (past due).40?O0
Northeastern Railroad Certificate ol Indebt^dness.ioSoO
Charleatou Gas Company Stock. 12@13
Charleston City Railway Stock....................33@oo
Charleaton and Savannah Railroad ?onda'(State
Charleaton and Savannah Railroad Ronda (lat inter?
est ot 2d hem.O0?no
City of Savannah Bonds.C2@C3
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to 1st June,
City of Savannah Couponsidue after lat June,180C).9"?U0
Memphis and Charleaton Railroad Bonds.7ft
Memphis and Charleatou Railroad Coupons.92i_
Money brings 2>? par cent, a month on nrat-clasa col
NOWJ JODI W!
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT WILL.
MAKE YOU LAUGH I
The Cheapest Stove Store Between the
Potomac and the Rio Grande !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP HALL, PAR
LOB AND COOKING STOVES, SHEET IRON, LEAD,
ZINC AND COPPER, LEAD AND IRON PIPE, GRATES
AND GRATE TRIMMINGS.
TIN ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
AT SHORT NOTICE, AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street.
THE IMPROVE!) ORIENTAL.
Consignees per ?outn Carolin? Railroad,
3174 bales Cotton, 40 bales Mdze. 136 bags Grain, 30
bbls Naval Stores, aiid Sundries. To courtenay & Tren
boira, Street Tros k Co, C <> Witte, Railroad Agent, O
Witte, Mrs 9ehmldt, M Goldsmith k Son, J Campsen k
Co, E H Rodgers k Co. G W Williams k Co, J M Cald?
well k Son, L M Ayer .v Co, G H Walter k Co, Mowry 4
Co, J D Ah cn * Co, G W Clan k Co, Cohen, Hanckel k
Co, J Hanckel, Roper k Stoney, H F Baker k Co, Utaev
k Kenyon, J Gibentath, W Semken k Oo, J H Bag,ett k
Co, H Bischoff k Co, M Marks. F G Cooiffo, Bollmann
Bros, J R Pringle, Thurston k Holmes, C N Averill k
Son. J B E Sloan, Graesor, Lee, Smith k Co, Plnokney
Bros, Willis k Chlsolm, Adams, Frost k Co, W C Court?
ney k Co, Jeffords k Co. G W Witte, E J Wise k Co, J N
Robson, T Tupper k son. Crane, Boylston k Co, D Jen?
nings k Co, J B P Alley, C H Moise, J S Jones, J Dun?
ning, W P Holmes, Dowic k Moise, Goodrich, Wineman
k Co, Johnston, Crews k Co, G Foll?n, Ward law k Ca?
rew, E L Trenholm, Capt Hazzard, W E Ryan, J k I D
Kirkpatrick, L D DeSaussure.
PHASES or THE MOON.
First Q. 4tb, 10h. 7m. morn I LastQ. 18th,llh.40m.morn j
Full M. 11th. 7h. 50m. eron | New M. 2.">th,ll u. 41m, even
POUT OK CHARLESTON.
Arrived Y este muy.
Sehr Donna Anna, Chase, Havana-7 days. Fruit To
J A Enslow k Co.
Sehr Nelly Potter, Somers, Philadelphia-7 days. Coal.
To H F Baker k Co. The Somers experienced heavy
gale? on the passage.
Sehr Samui 1 Caetner, Jr, Robinson, Philadelphia-7
days. To H F Baker k Co.
Sehr Ellon, from Cooper River, 2500 bushels Bough
Bice. To W Gurney.
Sehr Ann S Deas, trom Weat Point Mills. 165 bbls Bice,
To Cohen, Hanckel k Co, Adams, Frost k Co.
Steamer City Point, Adkins, Pa latia, via Fernan?
dina, Jackson ville and Savannah. 27 balea 8 I Cotton,
and Sundries. To Bavenel k Co. G H Ingraham k Son,
J k J D Kirkpatrick, i.nd others.
Steamer Fanuie, Pock, Savannah, via Bluffton, Hilton
Head, kc. 19 balea b I Cotton, and Mdze. To J Fergu?
son, Ravonel k Co, Street Bros k Co, W B Pringle, Capt
D A Mooro, W Hurbon, ostondorff k Co, W Kreaiell.
Steamship E B Souder, Lobby, New York-Jno k Theo
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship E B Souder, Lobby, New York.
Sehr E J Talbot, Packard, New York.
From thia Port.
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, Philadelphia, Nov 7.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, Nov 4.
achr 8 R Jameson, Boas, New ?ork. Nov 4.
Sehr Mame Law, Johnso J. Georgetown, S C, Nov 2.
Sehr J L Morales, Newman. Georgetown, 8 C, Oct 30.
Sehr J Crocker, Lowe, Georgetown, 8 C, Nov 2.
Steamer George, st. rgis, Georgetown, 8 C, Oct 31.
Up for Ulla Fort.
Sehr Amoricus, Mots, at New York, Nov C.
Sailed for th is Fort.
Th* Bertha, Andel son, from Leith, Oct 22.
The sehr Lilly, from New York for thia port, which I
put back somewhat disabled, has been repaired, and
will sall again without discharging cargo.
The british acbr Navita, Shields, from this port for St |
Johns, N B, waa at Holmes' Hole, Nov 2.
?.1ST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEABED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Nor bark Ejellestadt, Werge, cleared.Cwt 15 j
British bark Yum uri, Thompson, ? Seared.Sept 29
British bark Tecumseh, >ponagle, sailed.Oct
The Hakon Adchuetn, Backer, np.sept 14
The Pawnee, Amt or, sailed. Oct
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
Brig Georgia, Holt, up .Oct 16
The Triton, Keogor, Halad.Sept
The Competitor, Turner, up.Oct 4
Bremen bark Gauss, Wietdng, railed.Oct 6
B*ig John Fyfe, Luce, up.Nov 4 |
Brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, up.Oct 21
sehr .da ..ella. Weeks, up.Oct 13
NI w rou.
Steamship James Adger, Lockwood, to leave.Nov
Brig Tangent, Rich, cleared. :.Oct 14
sehr Carri?- S Webb, Wort" lng ton, up.Oct 14
Sehr L A E i wards, Marshall ':.).Oct 21
SchrN W Smith, Tooker, up .'..Oct 28
Sehr Curtis Tllton, somers, clear.-d.Nov
Scnr Ainericus, Mots, up.Nov 5
Sehr A H Edwards, Bartlett, cl oared.Oct 20
Sehr F B Colton, Robinson, oleared.Nov 2
Ship Golconda, Lovett, cleared.Nov 1
Bohr David F Keeling,-, up.Oct 31
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, Nov. 7,1S?7.
VSSS8IL8 UN DEB 100 TONS, AND STIAMXBfl (OASTOfO |
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tons. Lockwood, at Adger'a wharf, for
New York, loading.Courtenay k Trenholm
Matanzas, - ions Ryder, at Vanderhorat wharf, for New
York, loading.Ravonel k Co
Somerset, - tons, Childes, at Union wharf, from Bald*
more, discharging.Courtenay k Trenholm
George B Upton, 607 tons, Bich, at Accommodation
wharf, for Boston, ready.W Roach
R C Winthrop, 940 tons, Stewart, in the Stream, for Liv?
erpool, ready.Bavenel k Co
Amelia, 688 tuna, Conner, at Boyeo k Co's wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.J T Wellman
Chat lotte, 1100 tons, Spear, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver
erpool, loading.W B Smith k Co
Sedbergh (Br), 614 tons. Kn cale, at Boyce k Co's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.R Mure k Co
Mary Ogden, 08C tons, Coldroy, at Atlantic wharf, from
New York, discharging.W B Smith k Co
Charleston (Br), - tons, Morley, in the f.tream, from
Liverpool, Just arrived.B Mure k Co
Hector (Br), 614 tons, Nelson, at Atlantic wharf, for Liv?
erpool, loading.Street Bros k Co
Artistic (Br). - tons, True, at Marshall's wharf, for
Bristol, Eng, loading.B Mure k Co
Kate Stamler. 483 toni, Crawford, at Brown k Co's
wharf, for Providence, loading.Street Bros k Co
Harzburg (Bremen), - tons, W?chter, at Kerr's wharf,
for Cowes and a Market, loading.C O Witto
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, rfcNab, at Vanderborat's wharf,
fi om Liverpool, dla.harglng.Bavenel & Co
Chattanooga, 506 tons. Freeman, at Atlantic wharf, from
Liverpool, discharging.W Ii Smith k Co
?avid McNutt (Br), - toni, McKlheuny, in tho Stream,
from Hallfax, N 8, Jun arrived.R Mure k Co
Henry Laurena, 117 tons, Bordon, at Union wharf, for
Clenfuegoi, waiting.Ris ey & Creighton
Quean of Britain (Br), 144 tons, Symona, in ih Boads,
for Bristol, Eng, ready.B Muro k Co
Martha, 339 tone, Stone, at Adger'a wharf, for New
York, loading.W Roach
Anunciada Fomento, 180 tons, Alsini, at Brown k Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading.WP Hall
Mary Cobb, - tons, Farrell, at N E Railroad wharf, for
New York, loading.W Roach
Ethan Allen, 232 tons, Blake, in Ashley Blver, tor a
.Northern Port, leading.Master
John L Merrill, - tons, wicks, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging.Muter
Lilly, - tons, Safford, at Marsh's wharf, from ?recibo,
to be repaired.Street Bros k Co
Samuel Ca-tuer, Jr, - tona, Robinson, at Central whirr,
from Philadelphia, discharging.HF Bak r k Co
Nelly Potter, - tons, Somers, at Central wharf, from
Phi udelphia, discharging.HF Baker k Co
Donna Anna, - tons, Chase, at Union wharf, from Ha?
vana, discharging.JA Enslow k Co
OFTICE CLEBH OF COUNCIL, ?
May 1867. j
Ihe following Section of " An Ordinance to aeolian the
office of Sperln tendent of Streets ; to provide for Eeep
lug tho Streets' Lanes, Alleys, and open Courts in the
City of Charleston Clean, and for other purposes," la
hereby published for tho information of all concert.ed :
For tho due protection of tho said contractor or con
tractors, it it JurlMr ordained, Ihat every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises fronting in any
sheet, lane, alloy, or open court, Miall ou every day
(Sundays excepted) have thc dirt, 61th, garbage, or other
offal, placed in Iront cf hts or her lot, in a barrel, box or
heap, and in readiness for the contractor, by the hour ot
leven o'clock, A. M., trom thc iii st day ot May to the
Anet day of November In every year ; and by tho hour ot
nino o'dook, A. M., frcm the first day of November to
the first day of May following. And au? person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or other
oflal, in any street, lane, or alley, or open court, alter the
hours above named, shall be subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for each and every
orlonce, to be imposed by the Mayor,
By order W. H. SMITH,
jUay 15 Clerk of Council
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL.-THE FOLLOWING
clause nf SocUon I of an "Ordinance to Baise Sup?
plies lor thc yo ir lfcC", ' ls published for the information
ol persons lolling Good* by sample or otherwise, who arr
not residents oi this etty. All such persons are hereby
uoUfitd to report at this office.
"Three dollars oe every hundred dollars of all good?
sold in this city by persons not residents, by sample ol
otherwise." W. H. SMITH,
Marsh 8 Clerk of Oouncllj
PATEN! UiMVERSAL COTTON TIE INO IRON HOOPS.
THIS TIE IS NOW G-ENEK ALL Y ADOPTED.
THIS TIE, WITH THE HOOP COMPLETE, WEIGHS NO MURK THAN THE USUAL
HOPE, and readers sn allowance for tare unnecessary ; the ONLY TTE EEQULEINO NO SLACK WHILE
PETTING ON, and is so perfect thal the necessity for heavy Hoops rs entirely obviated. Can be sold by tho POUND
OB TON as cheaply aa the heavy Hoops and less perfect Ties. Each Tie is warranted perfect. The Iron Tie 1- en
ti tra ly aupereedine the nae of Bore, on account ot Its combination of advantages, its simplicity and economy, while
its preservation of the Cotton when baled, from destruction by Fire, both in warehouse and on shipboard, renders
Its security to Insurance Compardos a matter for consideration.
FOE SALE, IN LARGE OK SMALL QUANTITIES, BY
WILLIAM ROACH, Agent for South Carolina.
November 2 ? 1??
TAKEN UP, GOING AT LARGE, CJNTRAB?
City Ordinance, a Brown COW, with born?,
lodged in Upper Ward Guardhouse. The owner ia
quesitd to call, pay expenses, and take her away.
E. J. KINGMAN
November 4 5_lat Lient U. W. POLK
CITY TAXES-MONTHLY RETIRAS
OF J.-ICE OF TEE CITY ASSESSOR,
Cm HALL, November 1, 1867.
"\TOTiCE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL CO.^CJE
i.1 ED that tbs MONTHLY RU TURNS FOR '
MONTH OP OCTOBER PAST, in compliance with
Tax Ordinance, rati?ed on the 23th oay of Decem
1886, must be made on or before the 10th Instant.
CHARLES P. FRAZER,
November 1_Assistant City Asaessc
TO roovmx ros rax LIQUIDATION or TUX nm
ON THX DEBI Cm TEX CITT, WHICH AOOXUXD ON
THISTrXTH DAT OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
BB IT ORDAINED BY ?HE MAY JR AND ALB
MEN in "?ty Connoll assembled, That for the
pose of liquidating the interest on the public debt ot'
city, which accrued on the mir leth day ol Septen
last, six per oem. stock, obi gatory on the corp . rabo
the City of Charleston, shall be issued under the di
tion of the Mayor, u. the persons holding stocks or
?er cent, bonds ot the city, and ont.tied to receive
Heres: accrued thereon at the time above stated,
said stock to bear interest alter the rate of six per o
per annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in th
years from date: Provided, That no part of aaid st
ah di be lamed for any sum less tuan twenty dol?an
for any fractional pul* of a dollar: Provided, elmo, I
all auroa for lees than twent> dollars, and f jr fractic
parts of a dollar, shall bo paid in city billa.
SEC. a. That the fenn of certificate, and mode
transl er of said stock shall be subject to the same re
la ti ons as now exist in i elation to other city six per c<
stocks of the city.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-second day of O
ber, in the year cf our Lord one thousand eight h
dred and sixty-seven.
[L. S.] P. 0. GAILLARD, Mayoi
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Connoll._October 1
TO BXQTJLATX THX DBXDODfO OF DOOKS.
Whtrtas, The best interests ot the city, as well as
convenience of the shipping visiting the port, demi
that the channel of Coober River be kept open with si
clent depth of water for all commercial purposes, i
free from obstruction:
Be it ordained, That in future all mud removed lr
any ot the city docks by dredge machines, or otherw.
shall be removed one huadr-.-d and Atty fathoms fr
tho end of the dock.
The Harbor Master shall be furnished with a cop
this Ordinance, which ha ia required a trio tty to enfor
and to report for prosecution all violations of tba sar
which shall subject the party so offending to a fine i
exceeding one hundred dol?ais tor eacu and evi
BaUfied in City Council this eight day of October, in !
year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred s
[L.8.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
W. H. SMITH, Clark of Council. October lt
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
CITY TBEASUBY 0. FICE, i
OcTonxE 2,1867. J
ALL AUCTION LICEN ES EXPIRED BY OBJ
NANCE on 30th September. Renewals wfll
grunted on application at thia office, IX made daring I
Month. S. THOMA?, City Treasurer
OFFICE CITY CIVIL ENGINEER, I
Cm HALL, CHAXLBSTON, september il, 1867. i
Cl EAL ED PROPOSALS WILL Bbl RECEIVED UftT
0 the 13th at 12 o'clock M., for BUILDING SEVtlL
1 ii UN Ks of the lengths and sises given below. 'The <
tamales will include the cost of excavating about 2
cubic yards of earth, the necessary filling, reforming
pa vom ou ts, and grading siter the layiug of trunks,
Length of Trunk in line sneet.2
Length of Trunk in and from lots in Coming street
to the tidal dram. 3
Length ti Trunk from lots on Gadsden street to the
main drain in Wentworth street.1:
Length of lr tink from McIntosh's Court to Rad?
cliffe street drain. 1
Ti unka to be twelve by twenty inches hi the clea
built of two by tweivu inches primo yellow pine pl.-uk
to rest upon sleepers ot three by nine inches, three fe
long, placed fivo feet ?rom contres. Braces to be two t
six inches, dovetailed Into the ?ides o: Trunks, at di
tuncos ol fivo feet from centres, The Trunks to be lal
to grado pegs furnished by tue Engineer.
All the work must be carried on with the great?
Plans can be seen at this office.
A copy of these specifications must be attached to eac
ofter. LOUIS J. BARDOT,
September 12 City Engineer.
OFFICE OF CITY TBEASUBY, i
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDE
the loUowing Ordinance Iii enies have boen pre part
tor delivery from ibis Othce. S. THOMAS,
SEC. 1. Be it Ordained by Oit Mayor and Alder mern
City Council astern bled, Thai from attd after tiie first da
of January, licenses shall be taken out for alj carts, dru)
and wagons, used lor private and domestic purposes, u
che same maun cr, and according to tao Burne provision
now ot force in relation to curls, drays and wagons, let o
inven tor hire, except giving bonds, Ana each Sttcl
curt, dray or wagon, snail bu provided with a badge ccu
taming the number thereof, and marked Private, to m
plocou on the outside o: tuo abaft.
SEC. 2. No person shall bo ukcu by the Treasurer BI
surety to any bona under the Ordinance concerning i
censes lor carts, drays, wagons and other carnages, ua
loss he or she be u freeholder.
ste. 3. Tue lohow'ug abai! hereafter be the rates IOJ
licenses for public aud private curls, drays, wagons, .vc,
rjduuing tho horses or mules used thereof, which aha'
oo tree trout other taxation:
PUBLIC CABTS, PK ATS, ETC., OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN AN l
UUSlNEas WHAXEVEU, I OU U1I1E D1EECT OK INDIUEOr.
For every curt, dray or wagon, drawn by ono uorxe Ol
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two horsed:
For every back and carriage with two wheels, $20.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, i>40.
For every htage or omiibus ^except lino omnibus
with two horses, ?50.
For every ttage or omnibus (except lino omnibus
drawn by (our hordes, "00.
For ever)' truck drawu oy two or more horses or muh?
For every express wagon drawn oy two cr more horr?
or malus, SOU
BREAD CAATB AND P HIV ATE CASTS, DRATS, ETC.
For every bread cart or wagon, iO.
For every cart, dray or wagoo, used for private or dc.
mastic purposes, und not to bu employed in tue tran.
yoruug o: Kcuds, wares, merchandise, lumber, or tu)
oilier couiwodiiy, tor compensation, cither directly oi .
Indirect lor tba same, shan pay tor a license the sum el |
ii. exclusive oi ibu bowe or mule.
Rauiied lu city Council, tnis ICth day pl January
|L. a,1 in tho year of our Lord oue tl" usaud oitfht him?
dred aud sixty-six.
By the Mayor. P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor
Jauuurv g v>- H- 1 - ' lCrh - "-oullCxL
io HEGCLATE TUE SIOKAOE OF PETUOLECM, ITS PPO
DUCTS, AND OTHER INrLAMMAnUt OILS.
SEC I Bett ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen, tn
City Council assembled. That from and aller thc Hth day
ai June next, lt Hliail not ou lawful to keep Pttroleu-n,
Kerosene Roe* Oil, Deuziue, Den/ole. or any other lu- ;
tUwuiable oU or oils on storage or tor sale m any cellar, !
store or building south ol Liue s.reet, in a larger quail- I
utv than fifty gallons on any one lot ur premises, and i
any such quunury so kept OJ ?torea shall be contained bi 1
nasals ot Un or other metal.
SEC i. Tba: Petroleum, its products, or any other lr- ]
Jam mable oil or ohs, v, nen brought into the city Dy land
ir water, may bc kop', on any lot or lu any niiUding ni j
?.hieb cotton is not btored, tor a perioJ not exceedin- I
twenty-four hourn, upou thu explxatioii ot which uine ii
ifrall be removed and kept lu the manner as required by
;be foregoing sec Lion.
SEC. 3. Any person or persons violating any part ul
.Lia ordinance sa au be subject to u uno ot two hundred
lollars, lor oacb eirene??, recoverable ui any Court of com- .
iaUflcd m City council this twenty-first day of May, it.
tte year ol our Lord one thousand eiyht lituidrod aiid ,
[L.S.J P. C. GATLLABD, Mayor.
W. H. smis, Clerk of Council Juan 6
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It la the only article In the world that will curl straight
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Invigorates, beautifies and oleanses it; la highly sad de?
lightfully perfumed, and la the moat complete article ot
the kind ever offered to the Am?, ncaa public. Th?
Crisper Coma will be sent to any address, sealed and
postpaid for 91.
Addrj>3 all orders to
W. L. CLARK A CO., Chemists,
No. 3 West Fayette a tra et, Syracuse. N. Y.
THE WORLD ASTONISHED
AT THE WONDERFUL REVELATIONS
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and by her almost supernatural powers, un va Us th? dark
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positions of the planets and the hxed atare m the heaven?
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at a distance can consult the Madame by mail with oqoal
safety and aatisfaction to themselves, aa if in person. A
full and explUlt chart, written out, with all Inquiries an?
swered and Uk enos enclosed, sent by mail on receipt ot
price above mentioned. The strictest aecreay will be
maintained, and all correspondence returned or destroy?
ed. References of the nighest order furnished those oe
mrlng them. Write plainly the day of tba month and
year Tn which you were born, enclosing a small loe-, o
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March 30 IT '
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2\_ ibo r rend? ll cdical Faculty, as the only si fe and
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This invkiuai le i ret aration ls am ted for either sex, and
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Be wise m tune, and at a very amah outlay, save hours of
untold bodily and montai torm?n ts.
This most reliable specific, so universally adopted in
the Old World, ls now offeree tor sale for the first time in
America by F. A. DOPORT A CO., only authorized
agents for the United sutes.
Price $3 per bottle. Large bottle, double size, $&
The usual discount to fae trade. Bent, securely
packed, on receipt or prie, to any address, with dirac,
tiona and pamphlot, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT & CO.,
Sole Agents for Dr. Rirord'a P. L.,
May 2-J lyr No. 12 Geld Street. Naw York.
TTTE HAVE USED GALXIGBAN'8 PILLS, AND FIND
YV that they will do all that la claimed for them, and
cheerfully recommend them to public favor.
T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Att*y Geni of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ali.
From TBOXAS J. JUDOS, Judge supreme Court.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for lover and Ague, and find tham all that ia chumad fer
Ulam. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 79, 1898.
Lo wa cxa COOTTT, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They aro decidedly fae best medicine fox Catha and la?
ver I evr-r gave. I would not ba without them torts m
times tho price. J* *. <*R*HAM.
Awcaicus, April 17, 1887.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured mo perfectly
of Chilla and Fever. They aro the beat medicine tor
Chills and Fever I ever aaw. A. G. RONALDS ON,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MOXTGOMEEY, ALA., July 9, 1866.
Mesara. BLUNT A HALE-GENTS : I have used your
(lALLiGHAN'S PILLS on two oorasiona for Chills and
Jever and find that they effect all that they are Intend?
ed to do. They are tho best remedy for the disease that
/ have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable,
respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
Grand Sec. Grand Lodge ot F. and A. Al. of Alabama.
A LB ANT, GA., March ll, 1867.
Ihaveufcd GALLIGHAN'S PILLS tn forty caaescl
Chilla ana Fever, with penoct success. Thoy aro tie
teat Fever and Ague PHI put up. A. B. f ANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODKICH, WI.'.L.UA.V di CO.,
Na 153 Meeting street
And by all Druggists.
BLOUNT ?i HALE,
May 14_Cmo_Montgomery, Ala.
^gaaw -yyHD-KERS and MUS- ?""J?^
BL ri M grow upon tho smoothest fe IB
^ y lace in fron) three to live iB^y
Mum weeka by USIIK Dr. ?EVIG- fifafJl
JK&I^^ CAPILLAIRE, the' most jJj?^^,
^?MLJSB^ wonderful discovery lu mo
^^Jp dern science, a^tin,,- upon ^^BT
the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous maimer. ;
baa been used by the elite ot Paria and London with thc
moat nattering success. Names cf all purchasers wi I
oe registered, and if satire aaOsucrion is not given in
3very instance, the money ?nil bc chcerfuUy refunded.
Price by mali, sealed and postpaic, tl. Descriptive fir.
rulara and testimon?ala mailed rre?. Addresa BERGEK,
silCTTS A CO., Chemists. No. tlSS River ttre-t Trov. N.
f., Sole Agenta tor the United Stat.;*
N OTI CL.
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE, ?
CBAALXSTON, S. C.. Mav i. 1367. )
TBE REGULAR INSPECTION OF THE LOTS ANlJ)
mclosures, vaults. Ac, will commence OD JV on da >)
text, 8t inst Owner? and occupant* aro hereby required
o see that their premises are in good condition and that
JJ filth and garbage ls removed aa required by Ord',
tance. Other inspections will follow.
Bv order of Mayor GAILLARD.
c. a, OGWALD.