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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 22, 1867.
[FOB THE DAILY KETTS.]
"Arise ye, a'id depart, foi (hit it not your rest."
IMICAH I, 10.]
Iwate I Idle sou!, tbon hast slumbered too 'on?,
'Its time thou wert rising, aud soaring in song ;
"Tia time thou wert sp cuing thy iwift flight to Heaven,
And winning those high heights bj tempests unriven.
I know that thy p nions are sirene for the flight.
If once thou expand them, and give thom to light :
Why then are thor idly unfolded to-day ?
While the place of thy re=t is so distant away ?
Arouse thee ! 'tis dan -cr to rest upon ground.
For the fowler may snare theo and compass thee 'round.
And those pintor i whose flashing should gleam amid
May only beat ralnly their dark prison-bars !
Mount upward! thy fieedom with s'eady *ing keep,
Nor irust thou thino eyelids to slumber nor shop.
Bot upward, still upward, as higher you rise,
Let thy bound r?es bo only, sweet air, and fresh skies.
Yes, uriwa J, high upward, soa.- on to your rest,
Thtt pe.'oa li prece only which none oin trolest;
And b.Ls whioh is bliss bat a momont, or hour,
Tnou wu I oans: exoaange lor Eternity's dower!
Sweep on, bi the place for Jay folding cf wiogs
Wbers the sweet Bird o Par: diso unceasingly sings,
V. hero the lilies and roses bloc m not iron tba sod.
But spring tn the bilm-breathir^ gardens of God.
Oh 1 hasten thy flhrht, at;d thy rest wfQ appear,
When tbs smile-ii .<hted caps of God's mountains are noir
On those goluen..irP<*d summits thy Journey wdi end,
And. folding thy pinions thou m.ysr 6afely descend.
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wfll be sent to tho Dead Letter Othce. November 23
TAKDTO THE WHITE VETL.-We witnessed for ti e
first time, on Friday evening, in tao Catholu
Church, thia aolemu and impressive- ceremony.
The novice was Miss Anna Wall, who rendes it:
Columbus. For over % year she has been an in?
mate of the convent. The idea of so youthful a
bsiug abandoning Ute's hopes andjovs, when thev
ar? brightest and most slluring, to devote exist?
ence to seclusion, Belt-denial and h anility, in or?
der to obtain a "bisher perfection in religion."
had much ia it that was peculiarly touching. Fa
ther Cnl?nan officiated, flo made a brier and ex
oeliont address, exphumng somewhat the duties
of the ornee the ''daughter" waa about to assume
and the reason for tho sundering of car hiv ties
by those who enter ibo order of the fist-rLood.
Tne church was brilliantly illuminated and o
large audience was pre,em. Noue could enter
without a card ot invitation. This was donet .
avoid the pressure of a vast crowd, 'inc mu^ic
was very beautiful. When the suppliant was pron,'
upon tho floor, most exquisitely sweet and melting
was the touching "Veli Creator" chanted. Two
years heneo tho '"LLck voil" can be taken, and du?
ring th.a time the candidate, if sbo wills ca i
return to the world. The vows on taking tho
"blaok veil" are irrevocable to tho Catholic.
[C'oium us, Ga., ?mn.
TBB Boston Post prmts the following Joke,
Which is certainly goou, il not "fouuded in fact'- :
A North Oaiohn* rebel waa relating Low "the
Yanks" Hi td upon his companv while merchin"
through a thick wood. They gindi ob v d an er?
de! tc i e down, but there wua nothing to ahi.-.d
them from the tcTiblo volleys oi the enemy.
"Why didn't yon get behind a tree ?" asked a lis?
tener. "Tree, the devil," rctlied fob., "there
vaia't trees enough lor the officers,"
Ki port? for the Wer*- enclins Thursday.
LIVERPOOL- Per Pritish bark Hector-9 bags 8 I Cot?
ton, liar, talcs Vphnd Cotton, 22:> bags Co-ton Seed.
HARBuK lxL ' NU-Per British sehr Equator-3 tierces
Rire, 5J sacks and 38 buis flour, 20,000 Plunges.
, ".'5.0UJ feet iioards. Ac, barrels Corn, Grist, and Sun?
NEW YORK-P. r steamship Manhattan-83 bales S I
Cotton, 1019 bates Upland Cutten, 154 tierces Bice.
87 bales Unm sties, ?0 packages Sundries.Per
steamship saragossa-va bales S I Cotton, 881 bah s
Upland Cotton 18 tierces Kice, ll bahs Yarn, 34
packages Sundries.Per steamship Zodiac-10J
tie.cosRice,640 bales Co.ton, 24 bales Wus^o ...Per
steamship i rometheus-80 tiercos Rice, 530 bales
Cotton.Per steamship Chat lesion-28 bags s I
and 876 bales Upland Cotton, I5S tuerces Kice, 73
bales Domestics, 32 bales Yaru. 141 packages Furni?
ture, GI packages Sundries.Per brig Mary
Cobb-332 bales Cpland Cotton, 200 bbls Robin. 38
tbls Whiskey, 33 cotl? Rope, 40.OCU foat Yellow Pino
Timber_Per sehr samuel Castnar-368 baleB Up?
NEW YoitK VIA SAVANNAH-Per steamship Equator
60 de:ci s li:cc
A NOblUtKN PORT-Per sehr Nellie Potter-72.000
lett Floor ng Uoaids.
PHlLADLLPHLv-Per steamship Alliaoce-^C bales
. orton. 76 ea-ks Rice. 12 bales Rags, 57 ba^?s Yarn, 5
bbl3 i urpeutine, 3 U bsgs i ran, 067 bushels Rough
Rice, 140 empty Barrels, 80 packages Mdze.
BAL I'' Multe-Per steamsuip sea Gull-125 tierces Rice,
535 bales Upland Cotton, 6J bales Guuny Cloth, 21
TUE CHARLESTON MARKET,
roa luz 'VEER ENDING THURSDAY, NOVEUBEB 21.]
COX ON.-The opt radons in this staple dui ing thc
first part of tho week wero at declining prices, and tie
article had a ower tandenoy up to Tujsdty, when it be?
came firmer. With an advancing character, but yesterday
receded under adverse news. The fluctuations in rates
have, however, been limited, and the riso and Ul
during the woek has not exceeds! about a halt cent fi
lb. extremes-Middling Upland on Friday last being
quoted at 16 lie. fl lb.-afterward lhe market becanao
weaker, and :his quality was quoted st 16 @ 16?c, but
ha? since stiffened, and improvd to 16? @ 16?o. fl
ft., and closed yesterday at 16# @ l??c. fl tb. The
English market opened at 8?d. fl ft. for Middling, and
afterward let off to 8?d., New York beginning at 18>i,
receded to 1'% (fi 18, an : improved to 18K @ 18?c. fl
fi. for New York Hindling, but again became lower yes?
terday. 1 he husluess of the week has been acdve, and
ouyers have generMly operated to the extent of the stock,
the market closing wita a light suDply on sale. The re?
ceipt; for the week jus: closed have been 360 bales of
Sea Island and 9255 bales o! Upland Cotton, against 309
bales Sea Uan? ano 11,062 bales of Upland Cotton tho
week before, and 651 bales of Sea Island and ?710 bales
of Upland Cctton for tba corresponding ? eek last year.
We submit the following statement of the transactions
In the articls m tais market for tho week just closed :
On Friday, November 15, the demand was sctlve, but
prices were generally wca.er, pvticularly la the quali?
ties from Midd inj and below, which declined about >ic.
$ ft. Sales 100J bri:s, Low Middling being quoted ot
15$ ; Middlixg at 16?, and Strict Middling at 16?@T7o.
On Saturday the demand was good, but prices con?
tinued to have an easier tendency. Sales 633 b les, Low
Middling being quot.dat 15K; Middling at 16.H?, and
strict Middling at .0?@16;?c fl ft.
Un Monday the staple was tn fair demand, and in
some cases cagier rates were accepted for small lots, but
the market was no*, quotably lower, bales 600 bales,
Low Middling Dcing quoted at I6*.'c. and Middling Up?
land atl6@10>ic. tl tn.
On Tucsuay prices opened firmer and with sgcod
demand and limited stock, the rates hardened during the
day about Ko. fl ft. Sales 1000 bales, Low Middling
being quoted at 16K 8 16c, and Middling at Wie. fi ft.
On Wednesday, wi.h an active n. ?rket, sellers seourtd
ansuvance of a? @ ?c. fi ft. Sales 1203 bales. Low
Midd.ing being quoted at 16016?:-., Middling at 16?
fl 16?c, and Strict Middling atl6? @ 17c. fl ft.
Yesterday prices wero lower, and transactions took
phes at a @ )?c- 9 h}- decline, but some holde rs refus?
ed to sell at the full. Sales about 425 bales, say ll st 15?,
197 at 16?, 7 at 16?, 1*4 at 16?, 10 at 16 9-16, 30 at 17\J
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.15?(J18V
Low Middling.16 (si
& /litt Upl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept 1,1867. 18 2 810 180
Received this week. 8.0 9255 812
Received previously. 760 63558 4175
1292 ?SCH 8167
Experts- 5./itt Ujptt Rice.
lois week. 147 6*06 61?
North per N. E.
. R.. 976 ....
Previously. 4M 83743 3066
Jity and local
C91 46624 4076
Total exports sud consumption 691 40624 4675
stock on hind and on shipboard.... 701 16999 492
SAXE TUtE LASr TEAR.
S.i'ld. Upl'd. Rie*.
stock on rand Soot. 1, 1866. 235 6300 ....
Received this wceic. 5 .1 4710 274
Received previously.I?93 3U8; 1446
2379 41391 1720
Exports- S. J.'d Up'd. Rice,
Inls week. 427 6474 416
Previously. 1257 28o20 956
1684 83494 1S71
Total exports. 1684 38494 1371
Stock on hand and on iihipboard_ 695 7897 849
SKA ISLAJTD COTION.-The receipts of this quality of
the staple have been moder ie, say about 360 bales of
Sea Island and Floridas tor the week. We quote s fair
demand, particularly for good and well prepared long
staple, and seme 300 bales of all qualities have changed
hands curing the week st sbout 35@45o. for fair to good
Floridas, and 55@75c. tor flue to chol o. Th? balk of
the transactions were in Florida descriptions, but Sea
Islands are selling at 4Q@50c. for fair to good, ani $1(9
L15 fl ft. tor fine to choice. No sale of the intermediate
grades of Sea Islands. The disturbed coudl iou of the
country ls ojcsing the lon,; staple crop to be ?eat for?
ward moro quickly than usual, and tbs early receipts
will not, in consequence, ba -n indication of th ; size of
the crop. The latest reports from the entire long stapio
regions confirm in toe lullest degree thc early statements
In reiexence to the almost entire ruin of the present crop
ot long staple Oottou, and it is the belief of many that
the yield wm not reach 16,000 bags.
RICE-Tho receipts of this gram for the week Just
closed have been limited and wore about 7000 bushels
Jt Carolus. Rough Bice. For several days past (bein
paly bas bean light, and s.-llcrs have generally had to
rlcld somsth'ng to the views of buyers, and prices have
jeea leas sat.siactory than they nero the prsvious week,
Che Week's transactions have amoun ed to sbcut 600
aerees of Carolina clean, say 17 tiaro ? at 8c, fi ft., 2
lo. st 8?c. fl ft., 183 do. 8?c. fl ft., 35 do, at 8 5-'.6o.
?0 do. st 8?c. fl ft., and 110 tierces on private terms,
lie quote,tommon, 8c ft ft., fair to good, 7??8?c,
food, 8 5-16(gi3?a fi ft; common prime about 8J?o. fl ft,
feste day some 53 tierces changed hands at IJie. fl ft.
NAVAL STORES.-.ibero I as boen received sbcut 183
ibis. Spirit^, 1044 boll. Rosin, and 43 bois. Crude Jtur
ter.iine. The Spirits Turpentine was sold ut 60s. fl
ilion. The bulk of the Bo. in was merely in trassitu,
mt tome i-ales to tk place at $3 fi bbl. tor No. 2, aud
3 25?3 60 fl bbl. for No. L 1 he Crude Turpentine was
lisposeJ of at : 8 fl bbl. fox virgin and yellow dip, and
180 fl bbl. for bord.
HAY.-The snivel of North River descriptions have
eon h rge, and amount to icm? 2500 bales, exclusive of
considerable shipment for the use of the arm/. We
?rn of no wholesale transactions, but limited lots ere
cmg sold at about $1 30 fl hundred for North River.
COEN.-The receipts o? this er lu during the week
ave teen about 2 ?u0 bushels consigns 1 to dealors. The
-sntacttons aro confined idmott entirely to tho local
.ade and have boen of a retail character. Sales are
u.ie in a smaU way st si 60 fl bushol tor new, and
I 60@170 for old primo white, voight, bags included.
SUtiAR AND MOLASSES.-Meisw. street Bros. &
o. sold at auction during the week thc cargo of the
mooner Lilly,,from Arel o. P. B., put luto this
-rt m distress. 10 hhds. Sugar was sold st 12Kc fl '!
>.; 12 do. at 12 616c; 134 do at 13 ; 10 do. at 13?c. fl
>. The Mulasse? was disposed of at 54? 55c fl gallon.
OATS -There ha.- been received about C030 bushrls of
ale gram, mostly consigned to dealers. The market is
ull. and we learn of no wholesale operations.
FLOU lt.- he arrivals o? Southern have been light,
nd prices have been firm at email@example.com fl bbl. for South,
m Soper ; $13.50 fl bbl. for Southern Extra, and $14?
4.50 fi bbl. for southern Family. There are increasing
xnvals of Northern and Western brands, which are
-ffered at SU.50 f; bbl. for Super, and $12.50 for Extra
Jaltimoro Super is held at 512 fi bbl., and Baltimore
Extra at $13 fl bbl.
BACON.-lhe market for this rrdole i, overstocked,
ind the demand i, of thc most restrictedcharacter.it
.ei-ig difficult o. sale and prices ia favor of the buyer
.arge lou have to belarg. ly rodu.ed in price to find our'
ihasers. Prime Shoulders are selling, to a mm^'
.aly, at 14c. fi ft.; prime ribbed sides at 17. and prime
iloar ribbed Sides ht 17?c. ft ft. The deman(J run8
lerallyon inferior ?ua lites o: meat, which can be ;old
it low figures.
SALT.-lhere have been no receipts of this article
lace our last report. We lear.i of sales in larg? lots at
;i 75 fl sack for Liverpool Common. We quote in largo
ats st $1 75@2 fl sack, and ia smaller quantities at S2 25
|9 50 fl sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market ls fully supplied with
hi? srUcle, and buyers are purchasing only to a limited
xtenL ILlders in some oases are effertng large lots at
2 @ 23 cents cash, and 23? (? 24 cents on timo, and
maller quantities at 25 cents fl yard. Now York
unny Cloth ls held at 26c. Dundee Bagging, 44 inches,
X fts. to the jard, is held at30@35 cents. Sea Is
and B?egiD?, -ii inches wile, 3 fts. to the yard, la
teld at 60ta,65 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the usc of Iron Tics, tho
l.mand for Rope is very light and prices irregular, and
iomorthat nominal at quotations. Wo quote Hemp a
l?S14 cents fl ft. ; Greenhaf at 14ffil5 cents, and Jute at
13 cents fl ft.
IRON BANDS AND 1 LES for Cotton are corning into
ise, and DILLON'S Universal lie, WM. ROACH. Agent
ihe Ar ow Tie, R. MORE A- Co., Agents, the BEARD'S Tie.
JXOBOE Vf. WILLIAMS K Co., Agents, and the WAILET
Buckle Tie, ?-TREET CROTHERS ?1 Co.. Agents, and GOULD
fc Mclsnas'i Tie, WILLIS J; CHISOLM, Agents, are offer
td m this market a. 10?@12? couts fl lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-Some limited supplie? of
River Timber and Lumber is coming to hand, and we
guote Elver Flooring Board? at $13 ft M. ; scantling and
Plank $10@12 B M. ; Timber of shipping and good Mill
qualities there I* none on the market; common Timber
is selling at $5?*!; City steam sawed Lumber is quoted
at $?0@-6 H M.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, y?d. on Upland
and 3>?'l. on Sea Islands; hy sail, %d. on Upland and ld.
on sea Islands. To Havre nour nal. To the West indies
nothinc offering. Coastwise-To Now York, by steam,
lc lb. on Uplands, and lXc on Sea Islands ls the
local asking rates. $1 60?i2 ? tierce on Rico. By sail,
X@Xc H lb on Cottoj, and $1^1 25 f, tc. on Ric?.
To Boston by steam, lc. ? rh m Cctien and $2 H tc. on
Rico; by sail %c. fi lb. on Cotton. To Philadelphia, %
cent. $ lb. on Cotton, by steam, and -c. ^ lb. by sail.
To Baltimore, by steam, Xe ? lb. on Cotton, and SI 50
%\ tierce on Rice. Tho Baltimore and Charleston Steam?
ship Company take Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
$1.50 ?> 100 lbs.; Bice 65c. 9 ICO lbs. To Louisville,
Cotton, 81.70 %4 100 lbs.; Rice 75c. # 100 lbs. To St
Louis, Cotton, $2.10 ^ 100 lbs.; Rice 86c. ^ 100 lbs..
Tnt se steamers tako freight through to Philadelphia.
On Lumber, by sail, to New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore, at $f(a,7 V- M, and on limier $U@10 fi M.
FREIGHTS FROM THE WEST TO CHARLESTON.
The following statement, believed to bo quito correct
will lnteiest merchants and all engaged in freight trims
portadon. Tho udvantages of the "South Atlantic" over
"Gulf ports in tho movement of Cottons to Europe
attracts attention in commercial circles, and tho
bUpremacy of water transportation from river points to
Now Orleans and Mobile is tobo contested by all our
rail lines at Memphis and Montgomery. Mossrs. Cour?
tenay ?k Trenholm'a Freight Circular namos these
figures, for tho moa: distant and ezposod point, Mem?
Mem; his to Charleston, per bale (no insurance)-$5 60.
Memphis to New Orieane. per steamer-$1. Insurance
on ?00 value, at X-68 cents. Insurance i rona Nev
.eans tj Liverpool IX to 2 per cent, above Charleston
rates; take minimum, IX on $9J value-I 3'-. Freight
always X J. to *?d. above Charleston rates; Uko mini?
mum (Xd.) say m currency-$1 85, $6 88; sh a wi ag,
even at minimum figures, a balance In favor of Charles?
ton, per bale of cotton, 38 cents. At 2 per cent, extra
insurance, and Xa- extra freight would show a saving,
par baie cotton, of $2 60.
"In the very important matter of time, a saving of 18
to 20 days wi J be rc .di.y conceded fn favor of shipments
rta Chariest JU, over Gulf ports, hom points as distant
as either Memphis or Montgomery."
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-tho rate yesterday was
150 @ 150X lor six. y days bills.
DOMESTIC EXC?TANOS.-The banks aro purchasing Sight
Checks on New York al X off; ono to hvo da., s, if cent
off; five to ten days, IX off; ten to fifteen days, IX off ;
fifteen to twenty days, IX off; twenty to twenty-five
diys, 2 $ cent ofi; twenty-five* to thirty days, 2X V
cent. off. They are seUing Sight Checks at pax.
(?OJ).-The brokers were yesterday buying al 40 and
sel ing at 42.
New Orlcp.ns Market.
NSW ORLEAN:?, November 16.-COTTON-At the
commencement of business this morning the enquiry ap?
peared to oe less general, auu as it was anown mat some
orders had been cuiwterinauded, and tho limits on others
reuued, it was supposed that tue sales woola bj of lim
ited cxteut; but ut a Lier hour, ay factors met tue uc
maud iud.? re ly, buyers came forward with increased
spirit, and 2660 bales dunged Hands at irregular prices,
winch indicaud, however, a mr tuer decline ol X a Xe
We accordingly reduce our quo.auu.ia as follows: Ordi?
n?r j - a -; Uood ordinary 10X a 16c; Low ordinary
lt>X a -; Middling 17 a 17;,c, auu Strict Middling 17X
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
--tock on hand 1st september, 1867.bales-15,266
Arri , ed previously.76,616-79,731
doored to-day. 2,148
Ue ired previously.40, ?30- 43,078
stock on hand and on shipboaid. 61,909
RICE-The.e arc aoout 60 tierces Carolina now otter?
ing. lt is selling in suia.l retail lots at 12c 9 lb. inc
maa Us*, is bare ol cnoice Louisiana, while tau supply ot
omer grades is very much reduced. The demand,
however, is moderate, and we continue to quote 6 u 7c
Vt lb tor inferior; 7X a t*XC for ordinary.
WILMINGTON, Novcmb.-r 20.-TUEPENTTNE-No
change in prices sales of n0 bola ut tJ 3J tor Virgin
and Yellow Dip, and *2 2U tor Hurd, %t 280 lbs.
SPIRIT- TnarEMT.SK-ls lc lower, and 193 bbls changed
hau"b wt i'Jc '?A bOUdU.
Kos.N-Market quiet. Sales of C76 bbls at $2 40 a $2 46
fo. comon; ?2 60 a 2 66 tor strained u"d No 2; 936u fur
extra No 2, and v? 82X mr low t*o 1.
TAB-IOU bbls sold at *2 25 9 bbl.
COTTON-Market firm, bales of 19 bales at lS)?c for
Tutu us-biles of 6 rafts at $6 50 for Inferior; $7 a 7 50
for ordinary, and ?12 60 tor extra mill.
BALTIMORE November 19.-COTTON-The market
was quite active to-day; low grades chielly inquired lor.
We report sales ot 260 bales tow Middling st 17c; Mld
d.lug uold at 17X a 18c, tnougU noiniuut
corras-We nave only to report sales tf 350 bags Flo,
In oona, at 9c, and 20J uo, duty j aid, at 16X a 17c gol i,
ail from second hanns. Bark Lapwing, hom Rio, with a
cargo ot cottee, is reporte ' in tao ba;-.
rLOUa-?u notice some inquiry tor low grades Super,
which ar.- ottered at *9 37 a o 60. We also hear ot sales
of 8000 bbls Codorus and Mount Vernon Extra, lor Bra?
zil, Wruis nut transpired, but supposed ?12; lOO bbls
good bUndard cuy Al.Its Extra at ?io 76; moo 50 bbls
guod Rye Fiour at ?7 60. Quotations generally remain
UiuuN.-Receipts of wheat to day wore composed of
2.C6 DUshels white, and lu.eCO bushels red;cuuico cou
ituues sca.ee and wauteu; for low grades the maikut
Was dull, un J closed sever? t cents m favor of buyer*; in?
cluded in the .?ales were 1001 busheb comm ou to lair
white at ?2 35 a 2 48; 1225 bushels g-Al to prime red at
M 60 a 2 65; Eua LushuiS ordinary Ou at ?2 35 a 2 45;
25Ci> Lusnsia luwer ?rude- a ?2 io a 2 80. Com-Offer
lugs toot up 4 6o busueis white sud 7Guo bus. els y el ow;
the m.rket was acdve, md prices firmer, partiouErly
for prime o.d cup. We report sales ot tu j ouse. 1 old
waite at kl 38; i2u0 bashers new do at ?115 a 118; 8c0
bushels do ut ?1 2o a 1 26; lu00 bushels out ol condi.ion
at OOO IO Si? 1.60 oush?ls old yaulow ut gi 35; 310 j bush?
els new Western mixed at tl ?8; lu?o ouahels do at $1 22
a 1 26, as to quall.y. Uau-Receipts light, 8.63 buau
els; the m r*et was quiet, sales ot 9uu bushels st 72c,
and 100 bushe.s st 74a. Rye-Sal.s of 160 bushels at
SI 65 per bushel.
PBUVISIONS-Continua quiet; we givo the ran?e of |
prices, though mostly nommai; tor Mess Pork, Western,
?22 60 per bbL Laid, 12X a 12J?c. S?arce. Bacon
shoa.d.rs 18a; iib sides lt .; clear no 16Xc; clear 16Xc;
now breast p.eceal6c; etty ?Suma, uncovered, 18 a 20c
per lb, us to quality.
Ricx-We cou.M sales of 10 ires Carolina at 9Xc; 20 do
do strictly prune ut 9Xc
suas*-Market inactive, but holders firm under light
impur,s and much reduced s.ock. We report sales of ilS
chus i-orto Rico ut 12Xc, 10 do do at 12Xc-qaotaudns
generally remain unchanged.
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post, of Tuesday, November
17th, ssys :
In consequence of the sccumulstlon of currency in
the treasury, Mr. Mcculloch, as is reported, ls consider*
lng the propriety of buying several millions of seven
The sales aro designed to r lax the stringency of thc
money market, by letting out the currenoy which has
baon locked ap. The ?ub-Treaiury balance bas steaddy
increased since the 4th November, when the amount was
102,000,000 against liO.O.O.OOi) last evening.
coi ii firmer to-Jay after tho unsettled tono of fed
mg caused i y the Government sales yesterday. C. sh
go.d is plentiful, and 6 a 7 V cent is paid tur carrying.
Ibo luau market ls m sharp demand. Th? symptoms
of artificia aodvity wh ch began yesterday afternoon ure
continued this morning. It is supposed that some of
tbs largo speculators und ospitalists who sre operating
for a tali In gold and slocks have contributed by vario s
well known minipuUnoua tn these disturbances lu the
movements oi money. Call loans are 7 fl cent, and di .
counts 7 a 9. The flow of cur.ency is-ti'l owards this
oliy from the West though a la ger i umber ot orders to
ship currency axe coming lo for the moving uf the pork
crop. Thc South is not taking much currency at present.
The rapid increase of th? ireasury balance during seve?
ral d ys past is regarded by some persons as having a
decided influen?a in aggravating thc trouble under which
the money market seems to be to a slight degree suf?
NEW YORK, November 19.-FLOUB, 4c-The market
for Western and State Flour ls again firmer, the ad?
vance being 5 a 10c on the low grades. Medium brands
are firm. The demand ls fair for ah par edi, except tho
better brands, which are dulL
The tales are 11,000 bbJs at $8 60 a 9 10 for Superfine
State; $9 76 a 1010 for Extra state; $10 25 a 10 00 for
fa icy state; 19 40 a 10 for the low p ra ti es of spring
Wheat Wo-tern Extra; $9 76 a 10 70 for shipping Ohio;
?IO 85 a 13 40 tor trade and family brands, and $11 a
16 60 for st Louis Extras.
Southern Flour ls steady. Sales of 750 bbls al $9 86 a
ll 75 tor ordinsiy to good extra raltimore and ooumry;
HO 90 a 14 for extra ..nd family Georgia and Virginia,
md gil 26 a 14 60 for common to choice extra and family
Maryland and Delaware ,
Oats are better and qui:o active; the demand ii in part
ipeculaiv*. The sales are 76.000 bus Ohio and Weat, rn
it 80c in store, 81X a 82c d at, and 82c to arrive, Jersey
ind southern ut VS a.
Corn is more aadve and be .ter. The demand ls chiefly
'ar home use.
The sales are 90.000 bushels d imp and unsound at
SI 34 a 1 35; Western mixed at $1 34 a 1 37 in store; $187
11 ss afloat; new ni ixe a do at $1 32, taken tor export per
PBovrsions.-Pork has been rather more Rctive, but
Drice* ire lower and close heave at our inside figures.
ino sales, tush and resrular, are 2550 bbls at ?.O 93% a
121 for mess, $21 I2X a 21 20 toramah" job lots do; $20 50
i $21 for new prime ores?.
Bacon is dun. Sales of 76 boxes city long clear at
Lard is dull and rather weak. Sales of 400 bbls and
i- ices at 12 s, a 12?4'c for No 1,13 a I3>rc tor city, 13X a
i3Xc tor fair to primo steam and kettle rendered, tho
attar rate an extreme.
BCTTEB- Is firm for choice qualities, but poorer quail
its are dull and heavy. Prices generally aro better. We
juote as tollo? s : Goshen und orango county, pails fl
tb, 50 a 65 cents, State firkins and tubs, good to
;hoice, 40 a 42c; Iihnois, Iowa and Minnesota, 25 a 80c;
Western Reserve, good to ohoico 32 a 35c; State tubs, ' 1
iVelih, good to choice, 40 a 42c- Oblo, common to fair.
?0 a 24c.
Corros- Th" market li active snd about li of a cent
ibove yesterday's prices. We quote :
" , N. Orleans
nr,n".~ Upland. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.15 16 UJi
Low Middling.17X- nc ?2
MiddiingTr:.18* m ?
uoodMMdlinS....i9 ?I g* ll
^?t?h1&\i?^f?*Tr ***** tay?
lor hams. Refined are quiet, at 16? a 16Xc
2000 obis flour at is a? "J?*' 00 lous 011 cakl-' ?- 37s 6d;
at46.^andlOoaabats9to?nnPa^;aT,4,!? boxes bae0Q
lor compressed, io Loud, n Tiiiw-'f ,U,e lormer ratc
yate term.. To 0hia,^nd: D-7* ? bushels pw. on pri
lbs. A resin to Uavw^u^ o?8^/11 ttt 13d P-r ??
gold, shippers Ugs. AulUvUa?., ?v^?! 3 *he?" 22c
ton to a direct port in the ? wuh 800 ^? cot
a vessel to oibrultur oirect with i60uT?' " 10 8?''J- aad
Per steamer Fanule from Sav&: nan D."
and Beaufort-Ret Dr Palslqac o w u- ton Head
wife, C N Fogp. Master A ii W oodman H w iT"0
H F Hines, I P Chacm.-.n. H B Adsms. Jrf,"H*nd?"'ck8.
inlier, R G Holmes. J F Dobbins. Q W iuck?r^rna* ?
Bose and 2 children, E H Barnwell and wrf# rw!\D?:
S Taft, and 14 deck. Cactain H
f. _ nl.a.mar Cf OAV'ID ftwM T.H *_. _
..nd, Ber '
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
li AHOI KG, f yard
Dundoo. Ki (" I
Gunny Cloth. -*1 @
ZL</,? fiO^E, ? tb-Manilla. 21 @ ;
Western. 13 frc !
Now York. - ?
Ju o. 12},"?
BREAD, fl lb
Navy. - @ -
Pilot. 10 ?
Crackers. 13 @ 1
BRICKS, f, M. 9.00 020.C
BRAN, fl 100 lbs. 33 ? -
COTTON, fi lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.. 15&@ 3
Low Middling. 16 ? -
Middling to Strict Middling. 16X? 1
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland. 30 @ 1.1
CANDLES, ft lb-Sperm. 28 @ -
Adamantine. . 22 @ 2
Tallow. . 19 ? 2
COFFEE. ft lb-Rio...!"!! !. 24 @ 3
Loguayra. 3? ? 3
Java. . ? 4
CORDAGE, 1 lb-Manida!!!. - @ -
Tarred American. 26 @ 2
CORN MEAL, f, bbl. 6.00 ? -
C04L. H ton-Anthracite.'.. 9-6? ?10-0
COPPER. ^ tb-Sheet...!'.'. 61) O 6
FER T ?LIZERS
Peruvian Guano, Jl ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guara, > 2000 lbs. 76.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano. 56 00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, fi 2000 lbs... 60.00 @ -
Rhodee' Phosphate fl 2000 Iba... 06.00 ?
Mapes'Super Phosphate,? 2000 ft 66.00 ? -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 66.00 ? -
2eH's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 @ -
Woolston's Phosphate of Limo..- 66.00 ? -
FISH- Cod, fl 100 lbs. 7.0O @ 9.0
Herring, fl box. 45 @ 8
Mackerel, No. 1, ? half bbl. 11.00 ?11.6
Mackorel, No. 2. fl half bbl.10.00 ?10.5
Mackerel, No. 3, fl bbL.- ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits.- ? -
No. 2. . - (a; -
No. 3.- @ -
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 (gi 2
Half boxes.... 48 ? &
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.I H.'50 ? -
Northern and Western Extra.12.76 S 13.0
Baltimore Extra.113.00 @ -
Extra.13.50 ? -
FRUITS- Prunes, fl ft. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
- Dried Apples. 10 ? 21
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 4(
Raisins. M. R., fl box. 4.00 ? 5.01
Raisins, Layer. 4.60 @ 5.6<
Orangos. - ? -
Lemons, fl box.16.00 @17.0<
GLASS, f box of 60 feat
American, 8x10. 6.60 @ 6.0<
American, 10x12. 6.00 @ 6.6(
French, 12x14. 7.00 @ 8.0C
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, ft bnsheL.... 89 Q 9?
Western Oats, fl bushel. - ? -
Corn, fi bushel. 1.80 @ 1.70
Beans, fi bushel. . 2.00 @ 8.OG
JAY, f, cwt-North Ri ver. 1.80 @ -
Eastern. 1.86 /| -
HIDES-Dry, fib. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-f ft. 1.00 ? 1.78
IRON- Re?ned, f to. 07 fa) 07
Swede. 09 ? 10
LATHS, f M. 4 00 @ 4.60
t/JfJE-Shell, f bbl. - @ -
South Carolina. 1 60 @ -
Bockport.I 2.00 ? 2.26
Cement. 3.75 ? 3.60
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 ? 4.50
CUMBER, f. M. lc,it
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|60.0u @55.00
White Pme, good run.38.00 @40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Bough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tommed.... 28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, f ft. - j) -
M GLASSES, f gallon-Cuba. 46 @ 50
Muscovado. 65 @ 66
Sugar Houae. 60 ?1.00
New Orleans. 76 ? 82
NAVAL STORES, ft bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch.I - ? -
Rosin, Palo. 4.C0 ? 6.00
Bosin, No. 1..?. 3.25 ?3.60
Boato, No. 2...;. 3.00 ? -
Bosin. No. 3. 2.76 ? 2.65
Sn.nth T\irpeut;nc, f> gallon. 60 ? -
Ot?uu?. M te._ lo tm -
NA ILS-American, t@20d, fl keg. 5.60 @ 7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, fi ft. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 ? 16
Ol LS- Lard, f, gallon. 1.40 ? 1.45
Linseed, f gallon. 1.64 ? 1.60
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. LL, fl gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, fl down.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 @ 54
Benzine, fl ?rall?n. 60 ? -
PROVISJONS-Beat, mess, fl bbl.16.00 ?80.00
Beef, primo.14.00 ?15.00
Pork, mess. 28.00 @ 42
Bump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fl ft. 17 ? 17 j
Bacon, Sides. 19 ? -
Bacon, Shoulders. - ? -
Bacon, Strips. - ? -
Lard, m keg.,. 12)i? 16
Butter. 30 ? 45
Cheese. 15 ? 64
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 ? -
Onions. 4.00 @ -
Apples. 9.00 ? 9.00
PAINTS- White Lead, fl ft. 10 ? 10
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc. White.| 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 ? -
S/CB-Caroima, fl ft. 1J?& 8*
East India. - ? -
SLATES-Aiatricux, f square.12.50 ffi -
SHINGLES, f M. 7.00 ? 8.W)
White Pme, first quality.12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack. 1.75 ? 2.60
Liverpool, Une. - ? -
SOAP- Bar. fl ft. ll ? 15
STARCH, fi ft...,. 10 ? 12
SPICES, f. ft-Casals. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ? -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.60
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 @ 60
Race Ginger. 30 ? -
SPIRITS, f gallon-Alcohol. 5.0U ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac. 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 8.00 ? 3.76
Gm. Holland. 4.75 ? 6.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ? 3.76
Rum, Jamaica. 5.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E.I 2.60 ? 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 & 6.DO
Whiskey, Reclined. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUGAR, f, ft-Raw. IS ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18X
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. 18X? 17
Loaf. . 18 ? 19
Porto Elco. 14 ? 16
Muscova^*. 13 ? 15
SEGARS-Demesne manufacture, fl M. 18.00 ?46.00
TUAS, fi ft-Imperial. 3.00 ? 3.60
Gunpowder. 3.00 @ 3.6C
Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.C0
Black. 1.00 ? 1.75
TOBACCO, fl ft. as per quality. 40 ? 1.60
TIMBER-'dawn Timber-Yellow Pms. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - ? -
Poplar. - ? -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? -
I X Roofing Plato.17.00 ? -
I C lin Plate1,10x14.15.60 ? -
I X Tm Plate 10x14.17.00 ? -
I C Tm Plate, 14x30.16.50 ? -
Block Tin, fl ft. 40 ? -
TWINE-Cotton, fl ft. 76 ? -
Baling. 46 ? -
Hamp. 45 @ -
Jute. 60 ? -
VASNISH-Brlghl, ft gallon. 25 ? -
Paraflne. - @ -
VINEGAR-White Wine, fl gallon.....j 60 ?
Cidsr.1 80 ? -
French. 1.00 ? 1.36
WINE, f gallon-rort. 2.50 ? 6.00
Madeira. 3.25 ? 6.00
Slurry. 2.25 @ 6.00
Claret, fl case. 6.00 ?13.60
Champagne, fl basket. 35.00 ?80.00
ZINr-Sheet, fl tb. 26 ? 27
Comparative Exports of Cotton from the
Port ot Charleston.
Other British Forts.
Total to Great Britain.
Other French Porto.
Total to Franco....
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
South of Europe.
West Indies, Ac.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, Ac.
Baltimore and Norfolk_
New Orleans, ic.
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lamber,
from the Port of Charleston, from the 1st
September to November 81, 1867.
rt'ilmingion, N. O.
St Johns, N B.
N. 6TOBX8.I LUMUKU.
Loiisntnct.t per feoutb Carolina Railroad,
842 bales Cotton, 7 bales Yarn, 174 caskB Clay, 144
lacks Grain, 22 sacks Flour, 60 bois Roain, 1 car Bran, 1
:ar Old Iron, 5 cars Cattle, Furniture, Ac. To Railroad
\gcnt. G W Williams A Co, Mowry A Co, Mllnor, Wilbur
k Martin. J G Milnor A- Co, Hohnes Ss Stoner, H L Jef?
fers A- co, W C Courtney A Co. JUE Sloan.'c N Averill
S >ou, y. H Rodger? A Co, Johnston, Crews A Co, Cam
-ron, rarkley & Co, J li Gordon. J A W H Armttrong, J
r " ' " f- v.o. A J saunas, o Beeder.
I C H Clausen, Lauroy i: Alexander, W S Fraser R H
r""C?"- .1 ^UrBh u-'?r. C0beu- ?M * CT Grawe?
r...e Sm th A CO. W R Ryan, J M Caldwell A Sons Cart"
Kona * Jeryey J A J L> Kirkpatrick, Stenhouse A Co w
0 Lukes A Co. J A ?uackenbiuh Kauapaux A Lanneau
Captain Barrett, Thurston A Holm?, ?nd Order '
Consign?e! per Northeastern Railroad,
288 bales Cotton, 244 bbls Naval Stores, Lamber, Grain,
Maze, &c. To Mowry k Co, Ji JD Kirkpatrick, Rave
nel & Co, J A. Quackenbush, Z Davis. Kendall k Dockery,
M Goldsmith k Son, F A Sawyer, W C Dnkea k Co, G H
Ingraham k Son, E H Rodgers k Co, Mazyck Bros, W K
Ryan, J H Baggert 4: Co. Williams A- Co, Screven k Nis
bet, Adams, Frost 4 Co, Cart, Kopff k Jervey, Graeaer,
Lee, Smith k Co, Willis V. Chisolm. J M Caldwell k Son,
Thurston k Holmes, J Armstrong, O Reeder, TD Stoney,
W M Reid k Co, Mary Simpson, Ksnspsux k Lenneau,
W C Courtney k Co, T L Webb. S Wolf, a L Howard k
Bro, S Braidy, G E Pritchott, and Order.
ATarket Report and Quotation Sheet for
Bondi, Stocka and Bank Billa, xor Week
ending; November il, 1867.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. 8 Broad Street, Charleston, 8. C.
SOUTHERN BAKE BILLS.
Bank of Camden.30@00
Bank of Charleston.13(300
Rank of Chester.07(900
Rank of Georgetown.U(mOO
Bank of Hamburg.12@00
Bank of Newberry.37@00
Bank of South Carolina.OM 00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.lu($00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan., '81.. 03(900
Commercial Rank. Columbia.02(0)00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.10?00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.08(900
People's Bank, Charleston.47<90u
Planter's and MRhanic's Rank, Charleston_17?CO
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.24(g00
SUte Rank, Charleston.0*90U
Union Bank, Charleston.70(900
City of Charleston Change Billa.76(900
SUte South Carolina Treasury Notes.76(900
BONDS, STOCK AND COUPONS.
Georgia SUte Coupons.80g00
Georgia SUte Bond Seven Per Cent (old).80?00
Georgia SUte Bond Seven Per Cent, (new).00<900
Memphis Coupons, City.80(900
Memphis Bonds, City.30(900
City of Columbia Bonds.26(900
City of Columbia Coupons.20<9U0
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.26?00
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds..60?00
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds.. .56(900
South Carolins R. R.Certificate bf Indebtedness.. .40<a>00
Oity of Charleston Bix Per Cent. Stock.30(*00
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtedness_76^00
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.38(900
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).30(900
Sute of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of Jitnuary
SUte of : louth Carolina Stock.22(ofW
SUte of South Carolina Coupons.24(900
People's National Bank Stock.96(900
First National Bank Stock.96(900
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.66(900
Northeastern Railroad 1st Coupons (past duo).40(900
Northeastern Railroad Certificate ot Indebtedness. ?9(900
Charleston Gas Company Stock. 13(900
Charleston City Railway Stock.36(900
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (Sute
Charlot ton and Savannah Railroad Bonds (Ut inter?
est of 2d hen).00@00
City of Savannah Bonds.62(900
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to 1st June,
i City of Savannah Coupons^dne after Ut June, 1866).9"(900
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.,75@0J
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.90(992
Money brings 2 S per cent, a month on arst-cla*s col?
Any information in relation to Bonds, Stocks, Cou?
pons, or Bank Bills, will bs furnished by application,
either la person or by letter, to the Broker above named,
at No. 8 Broad street.
FORT OF CHARLESTON .
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, New York-10 days. Mdze.
To W Roach, Railroad Agente, J R Adger & CO, Came?
ron, Barsley ii Co, W M Bir-J A co. Bultmann Bros, A
Bischoff, eucla? At Witto, A Canale, J u MoKlhose, Hart
k Co, J Goldstein, Goodrich, Wlneman A Co, W Gurney,
JP Kelp, Jeffords A Co, Jennings, thomUnson A Co, A
Laager, D Lopez A Sons, Lubra a Ste.Iing, J F Mentzm,
Merntens A Wholtman, C H Moise, Muller, Nimitz A Co,
J H Muller. T Murphy, usteudortf & Co, J H Renneker,
C nin/, J N Robson, D H Hilcox, G W S.ctons A Co, D B I
Vincent, Shepherd At Cohen, W 1 White, R White, Alem
minger, Jervey A Pinckney, W G Whllden A Co, Willi? & I
Chisolm, B O'Neill, W L Webb, OW W?liams i co, J H
Hi?en, L Baker, and Order.
Behr L C Wishart, Mason, Philadelphia-7 days. Coal,
Ac lo Risley A Creighton, Budd At Blake, S 0 lUuroad
Sehr Ann S Does, from West Point Mill. 49 bbls Rise.
To W C Courtney, Cohen, Hanckel A Co.
Steamer Fannie, Peck, Savannah, via Hilton Head and
Beaufort. 20 bales cotton, and Mdze. i o J Ferguson,
W C Lakes A Co, sou;horn Express Co, E H Barnwell, F
a ?awyer, Cohen, Hanosel A Co, Col Hont, Q M, Ravenel
k Co, W s Has?e, Jr, B W AlcTureous.
Steamer St Heleua, Boyle. Edlsto and Rockville. 13
bales S I Cotton. 29 bags Med, and Sundries. To J
Murray, G W cUrk A Co, J Hanckel, W P Dowling. W
Gurney, H Bischoff A Co, Mrs R R Pope, J W rt ilk mi on,
Roper ii Stoney, D ?. Ammo, Col W rt haley, chisolm
Bros, Little k Mara hail, and Order.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay A
Steamship ?quator, Spencer, Savannah-Street Bros A
Brig J W Dritko, -, Buduvuls, S C-Rlaley A
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Prometheus, Harris, New York.
Steamship Sea Guli, Dutton, Baltimore,
steamship Equator, Spencer, Savannah.
From this Fort.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, Nsw York, Nov 18.
Steamship Alliance, Eelly, Philadelphia, Nov 2L
Up for thu 1'ort.
Steamship Miami, McLaughlin, at New York, Nov 19.
Cleared for tn ls Port.
Sehr N A Hunt, Compton, at Philadelphia, Nov 17.
Sahl J N Wilson, Somers, at Philadelphia, Nov 17.
The ship B H Tooker, Rsnlet, sailed from Wis cass st,
Me, Nov 16th, for Savannah.
LIST OF SHIPPING
In tho Pott of Charleston, Nor. 91,1867.
VESSSXLB UNSER 100 TOSS, AND STEAMERS CO ASTIN O |
?dAauMJ . -.. A. WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf, for
New York, loading.Courtenay A Trenhobn
Matanzas, 1261 tons Ryder, at Yanderhorst wharf, for Nsw
York, loading.Ra ven si fe Co
E B Souder, 778 tons, Lebby, at Atlantic wharf, for New
York, loading.J no A J h co Getty
Pioneer (Br), - tons, t. hack ford, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith k Co
Charlotte, 1100 tons, Spear, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver
ornoo], loading.W B Smith A Cc J
Sedbergh (Br), 614 toes, Encale, at Boyce A Co's wharf, 1
for Liverpool, loading.B Murs k Co
Mary Ogden, 980 tons, Coldrey, at Atlantic wharf, for I
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith a Co
Charleston (Br), 678 tons, Morley, at Boyce A Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading.B More A Co J
Artistic (Br), - tons, True, at Marshall's wharf, for
Bristol, Eng, loading.R Mure A Co
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, McNab, at Yanderhorst's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.R More A Co
Chattanooga, 606 tons, Freemen, at Atlan?o wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith A Co
I avid McNutt (Pr), 6u2 tons, McEmenny, st Boyce k Co's
whan, from Halifax, N d, discharging..R Mure A Co
Liverpool (Lr,, 690 tons, Greeno, at Boyce k Co's wharf,
lrom Hahiax, discharging.R Mure A Co
Tecumseh (Br), 835 tons, Sponagle, at Yanderhorst wharf,
from Liveipool, discharging.Ravenel & Co
Franz (Russiau), 219 tons, Wallen, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from Stockholm, dip charging.
.J M iredsberg |
Camila (Span), - tons, Mertres, at. Brown k Co's wharl,
for Barcelona, loading.WP Hall
Henry Laurens, 117 tons, Borden, at Union wharf, for I
Clenfuegos. waiting.Risley & Creighton
Potomac. 146 tona, Snow in Ashley River, for a North?
ern Port, loading.W Roach
Rosalia (>pan pol), 217 tons, Masc aro, at Brown A Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading.WP Hall
Maiia (Span pol), 166 tons, Sisa, at Brown k Co's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading.WP Hall
Georgia, 285 tons, Bolt, at Patton's wharf, fer Baltimore,
loading.HF Baker A Co
Josie A Devereaux, 391 tons, Clark, at Brown A Co's
wharf, for Boston, loading.Street Rros A Co
J W Drlsko, 167 tons, Eaton, at Accommodation wharf,
for Bucksville, S C, ready.l:Isley A Creighton
C Y Williams, 327 tons, Thompssn, at Central wharf,
from Georgetown, D C, discharging.
.H F Baker A Co
Lilly, 120 tonn, Salford, at Marshall's wharf, for Bait!
more, loading.Street Bros A Co
Samuel Castner, Jr, 240 tons, Robinson, in the Stream,
for New York, ready.Risley A Creighton
W G Dearborn, 289 tons, .Scull, st Central wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading.HF Baker k Co
J W Allen, 271 tons, Doane, at Union wharf, for New
York, loading.W Roacn
Althea, 241 tons, Smith, at Central wharf, for New York.
loading.HF Baker A Co
A G Ireland, - tons. Townsend, at Brown A Co's
wharf, from New York, discharging.Master
ELB Wales, - tons, Jackway, at Brown k Co's wharf,
from New Ycrk, discharging.HF Baker A Co
M E Tabor, - tons, Morris, at Kerr's wharf, from New
\ork, discharging.W Roach
Ocean Traveller, - tons, Adms, at Central wharf, from
New York, discharging.H F Baker A Co
D F Keeling, - tons, Hubbard, at Brown k Co's wharf,
from Baltimore, discharging.Street Bros A Co
F B Colton, 221 tons, Robinson, at Laurens street wharf,
lrom Philad. lphia, dncharging. ..Risley A Creighton
L A Edwards, 230 tons, Marshal, at Kerr's whart, from
New York, discharging.Risley A Creighton
CurtU J lltou, 24C tons, somers, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading.HF Baker A Co
Lilly, - tons, Francis, at Adger's wharf, for New York,
Maggie McNeill, 276 tons. Snow, at Central wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging.H F Baker k Co
L Q C Wishart, - tons, Mason, at Boyce k Co's wharf,
lrom ihiladolphia, discharging. .Hialoy k Creighton
N W Smith, - tons, Tooker, at N E Railroad wharl.
from New York, discharging.W Roach
THE GREENVILLE MU CN TAI .VRE H
18 PUBLISHED EVERY. THURSDAY, AT $1 OC PEU
year, in * Ivunee. Advertisements Inserted at usual
rates. G. E. ELFORD,
May 10 Editor snd Provrietor
NOW IS YOUR TIME !
times so Cheap
THAT IT WILL.
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
he Cheapest Stove Store Between the
Potomac and the Rio Grande !
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF HALL, PAR.
IR AND COOKING STOVES, SHEET IBON, LEAD,
NC AND COPPER, LEAD AND IBON PIPE, GBATES
ID GRATE TRIMMINGS.
[TN ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
' SHORT NOTICE, AT
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street
PATENT Emm m
THIS TIE IS NOW GE?
THIS TIE, WITH THE HOOP COMPLETE
ROPE, and renders an allowance for tare unnecesi
POTTING ON, and ls so perfect that the necessity for hear
OB TON ss chesnly ss the heavy Hoops and less perfect Ti
?trely supertetLing the1 use of Bore, on account ot its com'
its preservation of the Cotton when baled, from dsstructioi
its security to Insurance Companies a ruttier tor consid?rai
FOR SALE, IN LARGE OR
WILLIAM ROACH, Ag
PHASES OF THE KOON.
First Q. 4th, 10h. 7m. morn I Last Q. P-th.llh. 40 ai. morn
Full M. 11th, 7b. Win. even | New M. ^th.llh. 41m, even
BIKES. I SETS.
LIST OK VESSKL,!. 5 g
UP, OLEARED AND SAILED FOR TB IS PORT.
The Skjold, Albrechteen, up... .Oct29
Nor bark KJeUestadt, Werge, cleared.Oct 16
British bark Y um un, Thompson, < leared.Sept 23
The Halton Ade ls torn, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Pawnee, Anker, sailed. Oct 6
The Berths, Anderson, sailed.Oct 92
The Competitor, Turner, up.,.Oct 4
Bremen bark Gauss, Wietlng, rahed.Oct 6
Schi Eleanor,-, sailed.Nov 14
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, sailed.Nov 19
Bark John Fyfe, Luce, cleared.Nov 4
Sehr E B Glover, Ingersoll, np.Nov 9
Steamship Miami, McLaughlin, np.Nov 19
Ship St Louis. Hubbard, cleared.Nov 14
Sehr Ame nc us, Mos?, up.Nov 6
Sehr B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Nov 16
Sehr Carrie S Webb, Worthington, ckvared.Nov 7
Sehr Harriet Newed, Gould, up.Nov IS
Sehr .Myrovcr, Hughs?, cleared.Nov 18
Sehr Wide World, Hlklreth, cleared.Nov 16
Sehr N" A Hunt, Compton, cleared.Nov 17
Behr J N Wilson, Somers, cleared.Nov 17
Bohr Shiloh, Hubbard, up.Nov 16
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHARLESTON, S. a, October 21, 1867. j
[GENERAL ORDERS No. 106.]
Post Commanders may admit to b U r _n^ns not sub?
ject to tho Articles of War, held In arre it Dy military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
as provided in the following paragraph:
Security a hall consist: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond ls required as tail by tbs State
law In like cases; or, 2d, of a hand m hice sum, running
to the Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all orders, with suretv, who must b. a fresh old ar
and must justify In twice the amount of the penalty, and
must, under wsL authorize any officer so ordered by th?
Post Commander, In case of default, and non-payment
by the surety on demand, to summarily seise and sell
sufficient of the property of prlnolpai and surety to sat*
itfy tho forfeiture and costs; and imxaedlately upon de?
fault made, the bond shall constitute a lien upon the per?
sonal property of both principal and surety.
All bail and other bonds taken under militai y authori?
ty wul conform to the foregoing directions when not
otherwise spedaUy provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-Gen oral Zs. R.S. CANST.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Ald-dc-Camp, Acfg. Asst. AdjX Gen'L
Official: 0. M. MITCHEL, AJd-de-Oun;.
THE LANCASTER LEDGER*
CONNORS A GARTER, PROPRIETORS.
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY MORNING AT
Lancaster C. H., S. C, Having s large subscription
list, it offers a favorable medium to Merchants and all
advertisers who desire to extend their business in tbs
ur por Districts of the state. Rates cf advertising, bb
et' Specimen copy of paper sent on application,
THE TRI-WKKKLY NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WLNNSBOBO' 8. C., AFFORDS A
profitable medium for the advertising public ot
We respectfully solicit their patrons^* for our mutual
GAILLARD, DESPORTES A WILLIAMS.
THE MARION STAR,
ESTABLISHED NEARLY TWENTY YEARS AGO, IS
published at Marion, S. C., in the central portion
of the country, and offers a favorable medium to Mer?
chants, Druggist. Machinists, and all classes who dosiri
to extend their business in the Pee Dee country.
For the benefit of our advertising patron.., we shall, in
addition to our subscription list, which is constantly in?
creasing, publish and distribute, gratuitously, copies of
the STAR, during the business season thu FalL
Rates ot Advertising Liberal,
W. J. McKERALL,
November 20 Edito*- and Proprietor
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LEI
Merchants and business men try it tor a few months.
"No risk no gain." Send on your cards and increase
your trade this fall. There's nothing to equal Pnnttr' i
Ink-lt han made many a fortune.
Terms for the paper-$3 per annum, in advance.
Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per square ol
twelve lines or less for each insertion.
Gards of ten Unes or less, at the rate of ?10 for ihreu
Contracts by the year or for six months, allowing priv?
ilege ol changing- on more favorable terms. Address
EDWARD A. BRONSON.
Vovemtvrl-' Pniumn** io .. icnr^-ioi"
DER CHARLESTONER ZEITUNG.
JOHN A. WAGENER, EDITOR.
Uh DEB THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDERSIGNED
pr. pose to publlbh a German Weekly Paper, to be
the organ of the German population, and devoted to the
Interests of this State, m encouraging Immigration and
Literature, Agriculture, Comme:xe, Arts and Trade,
will be represented in its columns, and the news of tbs
day will be given.
General JOHN A. WAGENER hos kindly consented to
m dertake the editorial management for the present
Subscnption-$3 for Twelve Months; $1.60 for Six
Months; SI for Three Months.
Advertisements inserted on h beni terms.
C. G. ERCEMANN A CO..
September 25 No. 3 Broad street, Charleston, S. C.
THE BENNETTS VILLE JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
BennettsvUle, S. C., in the eastern portion of the
State, by STUBBS A LITTLE, Proprietors, and offer
superior inducements to Merchants and all others wb"
nish to extend their business in this section of the Pee
Dee country. We respeotlully solicit the patronage ol
our Charleston friends.
Terms-$3 per annum, invariably in advance. Adver
tisem#f a Inserted at very reasonable ratea. ?W"
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, near St
?icmuii's Alley. August si
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL.
O N ' S
IN TIE Al IRON HOOPS.
TER ALL Y ADOPTED
, WEIGHS NO MORE THAN THE USUAL,
?ry ; toe ONLY TIE SEQ ULE LNG NO SLACK WHILE
j Hoope IB entirely obviated. Can be cold by the POUND
is. EacuTle ia warranted perfect. Iba Iron Tie 1.? en
bina?on of advantages, its simplicity sud economy, whisi
i by Fire, both in warehouse sad on shipboard, rondara
SMALL QUANTITIES, BY
ent for South Carolina.
49-NOTI0E.-ALL PERSONS HAVING
CLAIMS against tho Estate of ?AMES PENNEY, de?
ceased, late of this city, Printer, are requested to render
them ID, legally attested; and those Indebted to the said
Estate will make payment to the subscriber.
RUFUS C. BARKLEY,
Administrator of James Phbmey, doosssnfl
November 2 18
SJT NOTICE .-ALL PERSONS HAVING
claims against the Estate of the late BENJAMIN C.
GADSDEN, Esq., deceased, are requei t:-d to render them
in. 1-gally attested. And those indebted to the Mid Es
stata will make Immediate payment to
JOHN JAMES BEE, Executor,
WM. J. BEE, Executor,
of B. C. GADSDEN, dsoeassd.
November 8 O*
??NOTICE T J MARLNEhS.-C A P1 AI SS
AND PILOTS wishing to anchor their vessel* tn Aauley
Elver, are requested not to do so anywhere within "direct
range of the heads ol the SAVANNAH RAILROAD
WHARVES, on the Charleston and st. Andrew's aide ot
the Ashley Elver; by wi ch pre caution, contact with tba
Submarine Telegraph Ct hit will be avoided.
8. C. TURNER, H. M.
Harbor Master's Office, Charleston, February 6,1806.
?. ROYAL HAVANA LOUE RY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The high Mt rates paid for DOUBLOONS and all kinda
Df GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR A 00., Bankers,
No. 16 Wall street,
October 19_lyr_New York.
JO-NEBV0?S DEBILITY, WITH ITS GLOOMY
attendants, low spirits, depression, involuntary emis?
sions, loes of semen, sperm atcrrhosa, loss of power, diary
bead, loss of memory, and threatened impotence and ?B?
bedlity, find s sovereign cure in HUMPHREYS HO*
MEOPATHIC SPECIFIC No. TWENTY-EIGHT. Com?
posed of the most valuable mild and potent curatives;
they strike at once the root of the matter, tone np the
tvstem, arrest the discharges, and impart vigor and sn?
argy, life and vt tah ty, to the entire man. They have
cured thousands of caaes. Price $6 per package of six
boxes and vial, or $1 per single box. Sold by druggists,
md sent by mail on receipt of pnce. Address HUM.
PHREYS' SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE
COMPANY, Na 662 ."ROADWAY, NEW YOEE,
mTTVSSEBf? TIC DOULOUREUX OR
TURNER'S TIO DOULOUREUX OB
UNIVERSAL NEURALGIA. PILL.
UNIVERS AL NEURALGIA PILL,
A SAFE. CERTAIN AND SPEEDY CUSE FOB NEU?
RALGIA AND ALL NERVOUS DU BASES.
It is sn unfunny remedy in all cases of Facial Neural -
ria, often effecting a perfect cure in a single day. No
tor ji of Nervous Disease fails to yield to its magic infla?
me?. Even the severest cases of Chronic Neuralgia and
general Nervous D?rangements of many years' ?*?nAin^
tffecting the entire system, are completely and perma?
nently cured by it m a few days, hr a few weeks at th?
itinoat It contains nothing injurious to the most dell
ate system, and can always be used with perfect safety.
Et is In constant uso by th? best physicians, who give ti
heir unanimous and unqualified approval. Sent by
nail on receipt of SI sod two postage stamps. Sold
rCJH.YBR dt CO., Sole Proprietors, Ne. 190
Tremont street, Boston, Mn ss.
September a_nrwf 8mos
aar WHEATON'S OINTMENT WILL CUBE
WHEATO .\'S OINTMENT will cure Salt Bheum.
WHEATON'S OIN'. MENT cures Old Sores.
WHEATON'S OINTMENT cures all Diseases of the
Prie* SO cents; by mail 60 certs. All druggists sell IL
?y EE KS A POTTER, Boston, Proprietors.
September 16 m wily
A Cough, a Cold, or a Sore Throat.
Requires immediate attention, and should be checked.
If allowed to continue,
Irritation of Ute Langa, a Permanent
Throat Disease, or Consomption,
ls often the result
BROWN'S BROlfiliL TROCHES
laving a direct influence to the parts, give Imm?diats
relief. For Bronchitis, Asthma, Catarrh.
Consumptive and Throat Diseases, Troches
tre used with always good success.
Singers and Public Speakers uss them to
dear and strengthen the voice.
Obtaiu only "Baowx's BSONCHXU. TBOCHXS," and do
lot take any of the Worth Itu Imitation* that may bc of
ered. SOLD EVEBTWHIBX.
?-A YOUNG LADY RETURNING TO Hill
soontry home, after s sojourn of a few months hi tbs
lity, was hardly recognized by her friends. In place of
i coarse, rustic, flushed face, she had ?a soft ruby con .
plexion of almost marble smoothness, and instead
;w :-nty-three she really appeared but eighteen. Upon in -
lulry as to the cause of so great a change, she plainly
old them that she used the CIRCASSIAN BALM, and
?onsidered it an invaluable acquis i hon to any lady's toile t.
By its uso any Lady or Gentlemen can improve their per*
ional appearance sn hundred fold. It ls simple in it A
combination, as Nature herself ls simple, yet ansurpsM
?J in its efficacy in drawing Impurities from, also heat,
ng, cleansing and beautifying the akin and complexion,
ly its du-ecUcrlon on the cuticle lt draws from it all its
inpurities, kindly healing the same, and leaving the sur.
ace as Nature Intended it should be-dear, soft, smooth
ind beautiful. Price IL sent by Mail or Express, on re.
leipt of an order, by
W. L. CLARK A CO., ChumbrU,
No. 3 Weat Fayette Street Syracuse, N. Y.
The only American Agents for the sale of the same.
ITIATCHELOB'8 HALB DYE.-THIS
SPLENDID HAIR DYE is the best m the world. The
inly true and perfect Dy-harmless, reUable, tnitan
aneous. No disappointment No ridiculous tints
Saturai Black or Brown. Remedies the 111 effects of Baa
Dyet. Invigorates the hair, leaving it soft and beautiful,
[he genuine ls signed William A. Batch*Uv. Ail others
ire mere imitations, and should be avoided. Sold by all.
Oruggtsts and Perfumers. Factory, Na 81 Bsrcley
itivet, New York.
?3- BEWARE OF A COUNTERFEIT.
December lo 1J"
89* MARRIAGE AND CELIBACY, AND THE
IAPPINESS OF TRUE MANHOOD.-An Essay for
roung Mon on the Crime ot 8outude, and the Physto
Jgical Errors, A buses and Diseases which create un
?dimenta to MARRIAGE, with sore mesas of Relier.
ont in sealed letter envelopes, free of charge.
Address Da. J. SKILLLN HOUGHTON,
Howard Association, Philadelphia, Pa.
.aotaaks* M feto*.