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THE DAILY NEWS.
MONDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25, 1867.
Tho Beggar Baby.
Pale and weary, 6tratuHy old.
Wan with hunger, numb with oold,
Olothod in rajs around ft rolled.
Wa* this poor beggar baby.
Careless travellers going by
Walked around, lest c miuR nigh
They might hear the hunery cry
Of this poor beggar baby.
Bich m?n pass d, and thought within,
" 'T*ere well that Ufe had never been."
As though mi-fortune wero a sin
For a poor beggar baby.
Only the pander mother sm'lcd:
Onlv the r,other blessed the child;
And murmure i love in accents mild
To that poor bejgar baby.
But by and bv that baby died.
And they burled lt (on the pauper sid?
Of ths yard)-only the mother cried
For that poor beggar baby.
Who used to ellon to her lonely breast.
And kiss ber cheek ere lt sunk to rest.
Like a little bird in a hap y n?st
Poor little beggar baby !
But, lo ! beyond the pauper tomb,
A wondrous li^ht etole turough the gloom, ggj
And voicos san,', "In Heaven there's room
Forthat poor beggar baby."
And then in garments white and new.
Upward tho rank oi angels through.
The radiant, ransomed spirit flew
Of that poor beggar baby.
Opening of the British Parliament-The
A London telegram, of Wednesday last, received
per cable, says :
The Imperial Parliament was opened tc-day.
The Queen was not present. The Royal Commis?
sioner read the spoech from tho throne, the sub?
stance ~>i which is as follows : King Theodora?
haviofc rejected all demand-, of Great Britan for
the release of her subjects, cruelly and without ju?t
cause imprisoned by rum, her Maiesty had no alter?
native but to send a military expedition to Aoyssi
nia. and reference is made to supply bills needful
to defray expense*. The invasion "of Papal ter?
ritory being now over, tho hope is expressed that
the Emperor Napoleon will soon withdraw hi?
forces from Italy, and avoid nuiriendly relations
with Yictor Emanuel. Fonianism repressed in
Ireland, has taken the form of organized violence
and murder in England, where it must also be
suppressed by the fulfillment of the law and by
the loyalty of the people. Tue speech concludes
with the promise that her Majesty's Government
will br.ng beforo Parliament Retorm Bills for
Sootlnnd and Ireland, and other important mea?
sures of a domestio nature.
In tho House of Communs, Lord Stanley made
.omo explanations in connection w,tn recent
events on the oontinent. He said England had
been invited to join a general European Conler
anoe, but had refused to do so unless a distinct
plan of action was first proposed. Lord Stanley
thought that participation m such a Congress
would only add to the responsibilities of England
without doing any soocL Nearly all the members
who Bpoke took occasion to condemn the recent
action of France in sending a militarv expedition
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Charlotte- M bags S I Cotton,
3471 bales Upland cotton.
BABCLJNA-Per Spanish polacre Emalia-ill halos
Upland Cotton, 151 bola Hosin, 12 bb.s 'I ar, 41O.1
feet Lumber.Per Spanish po.acre Mans-300
bues Upland cotton, ISO bula lt. mn, 12 b ls Tar 3000
test Luinb r.
MEW YO..K-Per steamahipChampion-85bags S 1 Cot?
ton, SOO bales Upland Cotton, IOU bales Domestics
and aarns, 16 tierces BIM, 34 Pickaxes, 8 Boxes, 3
B?rrelo.Per steamship E B Souder-ISO tierces
Bice, 450 bales Cotton, Iguales Domestics and Yaru,
luO ba.es Was.c, A bales Bags, 19 rolls Leather, 60
bun J les Paper, ISO Packages.Per sehr Althea
its bales cottcn.Pur achr A H Edwards-160,
000 feet Lumber.
Tba cnarlestow Cotton Market.
OITIOE OF THE CHABLESTON DAILY SEWS, j
CauBLSSTCot. Saturday Evening, November 33,1867. I
Tba demand waa better and the market stronger, with?
out quo.able changa ; bales 1018 bales, vii : 31 at 14X
18 at 15* ; 36? at 15X ; 7 at 15X ; 211 at V?\ ; ?36 at 16;
8* at 16* ; 19 at 16ft, and 6 at 10X. We quote :
NAVAL STOBi-S.- W? note salea of ISO bbls. Hosie,
Bo. 1. a; ?3.50 par bbL
COLUMBIA, November 22.-COTTOX-There has been
a goo . demand throughout the pa?t weet, ou a par o:'
ISM to 15X cents tor Ai iddlings. The accounts just to
hand from Liverpool showing a decline in that marke
baa put dowu phoea hi ah tue cotton ports, ana nae
caused our markt t to give way at least Xe We now
quote Middlings at 1?X a 16>j. The sales of the week
nave boan 843 balea as iollows : 34 bales at 16; 98 at ISA* ;
30 at UK! 146 at 15X; 34 at 15*; 33 at 15X
5iaw Orleans Market.
NEW OSLEANS. November 19.-Corros-Tho demand
was renewed to-day with unabated spirit, and as factors
met it ireely, m tome uistuucea making concessions oi ,%
a Xe, it Waa quite as general as yesterday, sixteen bro?
kerage houses participating m the business, and the Sales
aumining up UaOO bales, ai manifestly easier prices, brit
without snowing a quotable reducuon. We accordingly
repeat our quotations of laat evening, with only a slight
m odille Uoo, as follow*: Ordinary - a -, Good ordi?
nary 15J? a 16c, Low aiiddiiug - a 16Xc, Middling 17 a
17X& and S-rict Middini ( - a 17Xe.
Tue cemand wus partly tor the North, but mostly for
foreign exhort The business was tbs largest thus Lr
this season, and, aa we remark above, ai easier prices',
Low Middling having sold down to l6Xc, and a g ooo
style ol M do ung at 17c. lhere was, however, a good
deal of irregularity, and salee were made ats alight < on?
ce saion which would not otherwise have been consum?
mated; but on the wnole :hs prices paid agreed so nearly
with yesterday's agu es that no oaa^ge is required lu
quotations. Tue salea tor the past Unce days sum up
10,25o bales, and the receipts proper, i xcludiuK the arri?
vals irani Mobile, Florida and Texa . arc 9605 bales.
SXAXKM?NT or COTTON.
Stock on hand 1st September, 1867.bales-15,206
Awi ved to-day.6,960
Cleared to-day. 748
Chwred previoualy. 45,078- 45,828
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 67,719
WILMINGTON, November 23.-TOTPXKTINX-Has de?
clined 10 a 30 cants, and ne quote the sale cf on.y ti
bbla, ?3 10 tor virgin and yellow dip, and S3 10 for horu,
SKEI?S ItraprsTDfx-Has been in moderate inquiry
to-day, and the market ia rather tinner, sales oi 205
bbla at 49o $ gallon.
Bears-Aurket inactive, and no salea reported.
TAB-?1 bbls sold at ?2 25 p bbl.
Cerros-la a shads lower, and 43 bales changed
hands at U\ eta tor u. w Middling, and 15 %? eta for Mia*
SAVANNAH. November 21.-Corros-Our last weekly
report ? noted .he ma.ketduli ana nemma! on the basis
af 16X s 16.HO for Middlings.
There was not much done on Friday, and prices re?
mained at tor mer quotations. Saturday morning opened
heavy, v. 1th a de. linirg tendency and a moderate de?
mand. The untavorab:e advices from Liverpool and
Kew York caused thia market to close duh at a decline ol
On Monday the market opened steady, with an active
demand. Buyers and sellers agreed more generally in | j
their views, resulting in sales of over 2300 bales. Ad?
vices from liverpool caused a better feeling on tho part
of tacto. 6, many of whom held off, expecUng bett- r
prices lor the next day. The market closed fism with an
The market opened on Tuesday with a fair demand.
Holders were ?rm, but in tho tbsenceof advices from
Liverpool buyers ware disposed to act with caution.
Sales were sot heavy, and prices were sustained with a
sag ht advance.
On Wednesday tho market was quiet and steady, with
a Lmited inquiry ur j tmuU sales. Later in the day un- \
favorable advice were received irom Liverpool, which \
had a depressing effect on eui- market, and lac tor s were \
disposed to allow a slight conccs-lon.
The marget to-day was quiet, with a comparatively
right demand and a weakeDing tendency in prices, sale's
ware effected to the amount crab ut one thousand balts,
elostm: on the basis ot 16 a ic L?c for Middlings. Some
lota wera sold at lower figures, but factors wore not gene?
rally dlspoatd to gran .he concession demanded by
. XA ISLANDS-There has bei n a better demand during
the week undor iev.ew, and some good sales have beou
affected at 3 a 5c better than last week. We quote Clear
Inferior at 33 a 85c; common Clean, 35 a 40c; Extra Fl .:
ids, 40 a 4ic, wi-.u tome running aa hL'b as 50c, aud Fine
and Fancy grades at f>0 a 65:. Good cottons, well band?
ied and properly gtuned, ?Ul command a good price ia
thia market, while lower grades aie not sought suer, un?
less at a reduced Uguie.
axcxiFTS cr corros
Fox th? week ending November 21, 1867.
S. L Cplavd.
Central Railroad. 17,911
Atlan lc and Guli Bailroad.. 2.074
Augusta and laudinga. 3,1' 0
Honda. 2CS _
Total. 277 23.085
ExroBis or corrow
Tor the week anding November 21, 1667.
_ , 8. L Uplano*.
liverpool. 3 118
Oth?r Foreign Ports.
New York. ..' ?j? 9(8?8
Baltimore.. . 1[u3
Other Domestic Port?....I*".*.".*.".*.".*.".". '.
ToU1?.~35 li, 103
s-fAixjtrsx or corio?.
Stock on hand September i, ise7. Cp sfi
Beotived since Nov. mbsr 14. '"?77 12 0=5
Total.........--.-. .g58 iig.c?i
Exported since Nov 14.35 i4,ios
Exported previoualy.443 C5.3i9
- 478 79/67
Itock November 21.sso 32,951
LuiCBIB ASP TranntB-There have been but few rai ts
amvmg during thu week, but sufluieut to supply the de?
mand, bmah sales have been made at previo is quo-.a
tioiii. No Umber has been snipped durm? the week.
Business is also dull in Lumber, as but lew orders ar?
coming in, ah patties seeming disposed to huid off r r
tbs present. Ihe exports ol Lumber tor the week
amount to but 153,000 feet, of which 135,000 were sent to
Kew York and 19,000 to Philadelphia
Bicx- Beu. h lace is coming La slowly, and but few
sales have ye: been tfleeted, nv.'stof it being Bent to mui.
Olean Bice is eomewha' firmer, and ia Bellini: at : -, a
Mic by the quaniitv, and 9c at retail The exports ior
tha week arnoai.t to 269 eaeks. of which 1C3 were ship?
ped to New York, 49 to Philadelphia, and 76 to Balti?
SAIT.- Teere has been a fair demand during the week
nsdsr review, and a good business has been done. It is
tiela at $1 70 iu largo lots from the wharf, and $1 75 by
ibo car load.
FREIGHTS.-Cotton by sailiui; vessels to Liverpool is
qu et und steady at \d for square, and ytd for round
bales, though thero i* very little ol' tho Utter ofTeriuK
Through lreiglitu to Liverpool by steamships via New?
port uro now talton at ltfd for square, and IJ?d for
round a'cs. Hie New York steamships aro charging Ic?
on cotton,?I o:i dorm-sties, and $2 50 on rice. To Phlla
d< Iphia tho rate is J?o ou cot'oD, 75c ou domestics, and
$3 on ric. o Biltttuore, Vc on cotton, by sailing
vessels co:ton is du 1 to \ew .ork at y? a y,c and *?c to
Boston. Lumber irei.'hts to Northern and Eastern
ports aro duli and nominal ut $9 a 10.
BALTIMORE, November 22.-COFFEE-Wo report a
sale to-day ol' 3000 ba^s pilme Rio, ex bark Lapwing, on
private terina: ?00 bags Rio ironi second hands at 24J?c,
COTTON-The market was heavy and lower to-day, only
sale rei oned waa 22 bales Low Middling at Mgc; at tho
close Middling was quoted at ll a 17 ^c.
FLOUR-Tho market was quiet to-daj, but bolders Uni).
We bave only to reoort a sale ot 1U0 bbls City Mills,
s;andard ex.ru. at $10 50 per bol; quotations unchanged.
GRAIN-Ofiedngsol Wheat were very light to-dcy, only
2100 bushels of both waite aud red; tho inaiket wa?
steady, with salea 11 500 bushels common to lair white
at $2 2 j a 2 50, no prune or choice received-400 bushels
good to prime red at s 2 5U a 2 CO; 2200 bush ls medium
graaes at $2 S."> a 2 40; 6C0 bushels common at *2 20 a
2 25. Corn-receipts 3526 bu he.s white and 4750 bush?
els yellow; th?: market was steady, and for new Wi stern
inixcu moro active; include.: iu the sales were 200 bush?
els o.a whi.e at ?1 ai; lino bushels new at $1 23 a 1 25;
small lots of camp dj and mixed at 4105 ul 25, us to
condition; 50J bushels old yellow at tl 33 a 135; 4000
bushes mw HesU-ru mixed at $1 27. Oats-3uOO bushels
ouiy revolved; demand lair, with sales ol' 410 bushels low
grade at eda Wc; 1500 bushels good at 72c; 1630 bushels
prime at 73c, aud loo bushels do at 74c. Rye-275 bush?
els odored; market better, 420 bushels prime at si ?0;
125 bushels do at $1 50 a 1 65 busheL
MOLASSE-Market quiet, no sales reportod to-day.
StocE 01 Cuba in reaaed to 1745 hhds und 197 tierces-of
other descriptions very little remaining in Urst hands.
PROVISIONS-Market quiet; w? quote Bacon bhoulders
12J?c; r.b Sides 15>$c; c.ear rib 16J? allic; clear, none 01
tered; new Breast liecea ldc; city uncovered Hams 18 a
1S?C. Mess Pork- Western uomiual at ?22 60 per bbl.
Laid, in ires, 13c; do in kegs. 14c, stock v. ry small; Bal?
timore lehued in kegs lue per lb.
sro AK-Was quiet to-uay, no sales reported ; holders
steady under b^ut stock; quoiations some as yesterday.
SEF_?S.- i-lax, sales vt 250 a 300 bushels commou to
good at Iii 35 a 2 45; still quote pilme c can lots ?2 50 per
bushel. Cover duU and nominal at ?7 50 a 8; and Timo?
thy do $2 io a 2 76 per bushel.
SALT.-We quote, with liberal sales from dealers, prices
steady, viz: lor Liverpool Fino ?2 80 a 3 10. as to charac?
ter 01 oruud; Ashtop'j s-115 per sack, 'lurks Island in
lots irom store 55 a 06c pe: busheL
WHISKEY.-We are wi h..ut sales to notice, either tree
or iii bond, and lu the very unset-'cd stair st the market
lt is impossible to give quoiations.
New York Market.
The Nsw York Evening Post of Friday, 21st inst.,
The loan market is ialrly active at 7 per cent. There
is less prc(sure, and comparative eaae seems to be re?
turning. Discounts are dun at 7 a 10.
j he stock market is dull but mm. Governments are
quiet, the Te. -foi ties being a fraction lower, wnile the
I:vc-twenties are strong. Sixes ot 1831 sold '" lower
than yesterday. Tuo lailroud share market opened
steady and became more active, closing firm.
NEW YORK, November 23.-FLOUR, tc-The market
for Western und Sute Flour is less active, and to eUect
sales a decline of 10 a 15c per bbl was submitted to, and
m some canes wo no e a ce> ..cession of 20c.
ihe balea are CouO bbis ut $8 40 a S 95 for Superfine
State; $9 ?0 a 9 75 for Lxtra .Mate; $9 90 a 10 25 for
taacy btan>; ?9 20 a 9 76 tor the low grades of spring
Wheat We tern Extra; ?9 60 a 10 60 for shipping Ohio;
$10 65 a 13 35 tor trade and family brands, and $10 83
a 15 30 lor st. Louis Extras.
Southerr flour is lo > er and dull. Sales of 735 bbls at
$9 50 a ll t.5 for ordinary to good extra Baltimore and
country ; $10 OJ a 13 95 fur extra and iamily Georgia and
Virginia, and ?ll a 14 50 for common to chelee extra and
lamuy Mary laud and Delaware.
cats are in naouerw) derna id. The sales are 40,000
bushels uhio and Western at 78 4 c in store, and 79 a
Corn opened Arm and closed easier, with a fair demand
at the concession. The inquiry is chiefly lor the home
The sales axe 75.0J0 bushels Western Mixed at $1 34 a
1 35, m store; $1 35 a 1 37 afloat, and very choice $1 38;
ola Southern W bite at $4 40; au.all sales 01 new do, $1 29
a 1 -ilj?.
PROVISIONS-Thero has been an almost entire suspen?
sion ol business in the Pork market to-day, and prices
Thu sales reported are 500 bbls Mess, cash and regu
l.r, at ?30 75 ; 50 bbls Extra Prime at $19, and 100 bbls
Prime Mess ou private terms.
bacon ia heavy, bales of 100 boxes city at 12c for short
rib, and l-^c .or long c.err.
Dressed nogs opened ul b}? for city, but close dull st
3-j.-. A car load of We6teru dressed, the tit st of the tea
sou, sold at 8>tc.
Lard is aga u lower and only moderately active.
?ales 01 85U bbls aud tea at 12&c lor city ; 13 a 13>? c for
fair t?mame steam and kettlo rendered.
COFFEE-ino ia dun and prices ure nominal. Other
styles are inactive.
COTTON-ihe market is dull and tully >ac- lower, with
but ? tue doing. ?. o quote :
Upland. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.16 16 IS 16
j^w Middling.17 17* 17)? 17J?
Middling.17K 17X 18 18*
uood Middling_19 19 30 21
HAT-Is in good demand and with light receipts prices
are strong at inn lor shipping, aud $110 a 1 4S lor retail
RICE.-A fair trade demand prevails. Prices are firm,
er. sales 01 Carolina ut oU u y^c.
SALT.-Livcrpoal is m modo aie demand, at fair prices.
We note thu ariival 01 two cargo s Pruaaiau salt-1 rom
L?neburg; solo previously at $3 26, currency. This salt
ia styled or named Ne Plu o IM. a, und is growing in la
vor with the trade
SUOAB.-Raw sugars sro duU, bul prices aro un?
changed. Sales ol Cuba at 12%<; and Porto Rico at 12>i
a 13"Hc beaned are dull, but steady.
WHISKEY.- The market ls quiet at 31c. Siles 100 bois.
FSEIOUTS.-To Liverpool, bO ton oil at 30s; 9o hhds
tobacco at 32s 6d; 400 u-a laid a: 3Js; and per steamer
100 bola pork at 6s 6d. To Loudon, 300 bbls flour ut 3s
3d, sud 70 tons eil cake at 30s, und to Glasgow 16.00J
bushels wheat at 8j?d.
BOSTON. November 20.-COITEX-The market for Cof?
fee remains the same, the sales having been confined to
.rn;:ll lots AB wanted by the trade. We quote sales of
Singapore Java at 20c. gold; Java at 25 a 25,^', wold; Rio
at 33 a 25c, currency; and St. Domingo at 16};c, gold,
and 22Xe ^ ft, currency, for Cai e.
Cori ON-The market for this article was quite dull and
declining early in thc week, but tor some days past a
armer leeling bes prevailed. Tho sales have been mo?
derate, and we quote Ordinary and Good Ordinary at 15
a 17c; Low Mldduug at 1 ' a 18c; and Middling at 18 a 19c
?1 ft, including Upland", and Gulf. Stocks are small,
and the market closes quite Arm.
DOMESTICS-There is a better feeling for Cotton and
Woollen Good?, but no improvement to notice in prices,
although tho downward tendency bas been checked.
Standard labrics have been sold to a fair extent at about
tho previous prices.
GUNNY BAGS-Thore has been a better demand tor
Gunny Bags, with sr'es oi 800 bales at 13 a 19c, curren?
cy, tho latter price for heavy Rags, averaging 440 lbs.
Standard lia s >uay be quoted 18Xc currency.
GUNNY CLOTH-There ia considerable speculative in?
quiry, with sates of 1000 bales at 7j,'c, gold, inboud, and
amah lota at 20*0, currency.
HAY-The sales 01 Eastern and Northern htve been at
$20 a J7 $ ton, as j quality. Prime quality is scarce.
NAVAL STORES-The market has been very dull the
past wei k for aU kinds of naval stores, aud transactions
nave been quite limited. Smalt ota of spirits turpentine
have been sold at 58 a 59c per gal. In tar tho aales have
been small at $3 a 4 per bbl, iucluding small and large.
Rosin la duh and tending downward, and pitch ia very
quiet and sales confined to small lots. A small lot bf
common rosin sold at $3 75 per bbl.
BICE-There have been sales of 120 casks Carolina at
9X a 10c, as to quality, aud several small lots of Rangoon
at 8J?c per lb.
Stolterfoht, Sona et Co.'a Circular.
LIVERPOOL, November 8.-The more or less favora?
ble asper: of Italian affairs still influences thu general
state of b lslncss, and as peace prospects havo been in the
ascendent during the past few days, things have worn a
moro cheerful aspect Events succeeded each other, bow
aver, so rapidly that it would be premature to say that
mattera are by any rr eau a settled, and we shah proba?
bly continue lor some time longer to be subject to sud
Tbe cotton market was very depressed early in the
week, and some very low sales of American cotton to ar?
rive were made at tully ':d p r ft be o .v the prices ruling
J:: the spot Since then tho market has recovered its
tone, and we close at very nearly last week's quotations.
American cotton on the spot is becoming scarce, and as
nur stock cannot be teplenished lor some weeks to come,
it is probable tout tho revival business will continue to
.-ain in importance.
We quote on the spot Middling Orleans 9 J ; Mobiles
j.Vl ; ?pLinds 8>id. Sea Island continue in good de?
mand, and qualldes above Fair are ld dearer. A good
ausiness done In Brazils and Egyptians, wnich arc finn
it tull prices, especially the latter. Surats. aiter a de?
stine of i^d, which has since been fully recovered, close
rather dearer t an last week. A largo amount of business
las been done to arrive, closing at 8<?d, basis of Mid
liing from Charleston, aud 8>?d tor Mobile, During the
Teck tho trade havo taken 63,500 bales, exporters 13,010
j.iles, and speculators i>190 bales. Actual export, 20.068
Mles. The stock shows a further decrease of 60,000
,al.;s At sea from the s tatet. 4300 bales, and (rom the
Zdi.t 2:5,000 ba es, against 13."00 bales and 66,000 bales
'ospoctively this time last year. The market to-day is
tctive and very firm. Sale* 15,000 bales
BREADBTUFTT-Tue weather is favorable for out-door
vperations, and the breadth of bud sown with Wheat
his autumn is s id to bo unusually large so far; if flue
veather continue ther - is every inducement for farmers
o prepare for lari.0 crops. Tuesday's market was very
veil attended, and at a 1 eduction in price a large busi
less would have been done in Wheat Holders, how?
ler, wire firm, and trausactioLS roniequently small at
ld a 3d $ cent A dccliue since Friday. Flour ls fl sack
?1 d barrel lower. Indian Corn, from scarcity, main
:. ino j full rates; small sales ol mixed American at 60s %!
?o-day's market was again well attonded, and whita
Wheats recovered the above decline. Bed Americans are,
however, 4d a 6d lower. Lit?e passing in Fiour, which
was flat at the bte decline. Indian Corn ht ld for 60s,
but very li.tie bu iness uouc.
Su^nr very firmly held at 3 a 6d advance, which some
?, h!m^ ?U9iu<-8s- Of Manila CC0 ions clave i sold at
ii 3d a 223 6d, according to qua:it;. Bra2ils:'2170 boxes
T?-b^''?'r:Matr??aa3'3fl.iuid 70 cases very low
atl7s t.d,8bo0b^sol?PorQam9 at 22s 6d a 23s Pith
good brown at 24s, and 1350 baga Parabas a: 23s.' Mo
"! nS-,:, ? ?^.Uh Cn*y Cubi at 15s 3J "? *<>T- Coffee
8t.ll O.U.1; 150 bags Rio at 41s Cd a 42s 6d Cocoa Hk^
v.-lse fla:. 2?5 ba,s cuadaquil a, 48s for sound
Consignees per soutn carmina i; mi rou ci,
979 bales Cotton, 73 bags Rouch Bice, J9 bags Meal 2
oars Cattle, 8 cars Wood, ie cars Lumber, &c? 1 o G \V
Wilhams ft Co, .'t^u?V0.n.Tl.^.''1T,^>..P_DeSjius8uro. J
t j r
E U Rodgers A Co. W C Court: ey A: Co. King ?. Giob??*
Hunt Eres. G II Wulter 4 Co, Mowry ic Co, J h Pi lucie'
Willis A ( hisolm. E J Wiss A Co. Cxurtonny 4 Trenbolm'
Stenhouse & Co, J Camp'en A co. J N liobson. Dowia ?
Moise, W P Dowling, H L Jeffers k Co, shepherd k i.u.
Len, Fraser k Di 1.
Consignees por Northeastern Railroad.
77 boles Cotton. 650 bbls Naval Stores. Mdze, kc. To
Adam? Frost A Co, Z Davis. Williams A Co, Kendall .v.
Docker}. Mown- k Co, Chisolm Bros. SiTCVcn A Nisbet.
J H Ba 'gctt A: Co. Hunt Bro-i. Nachm-in & Co, G W Mc?
iver, Stoll. Webb ti Co. G E Pratchett. W M Reid k Co.
Lieut Cul I B Hunt, M Maree. Graeser, Lee. Smith A: Co,
E Ml. k. J Beletzor, F a Sawyer, Tucker A J. and Order.
Consignees per Savannah anti Charleston
Railroad. November 23.
Cotton, Rico, Corn, Peas. Potatoes, Mdze, Kc. To W
C Bee & Co, Railroad Agent, south? ru Express Co, W
Lawton. l!op*r &: Stonev, Willis ft ( hisolm, G W Waller
? Co, E H. Bod ;ers & Co. W P Bowline, U Reeder. Mor?
decai A Co. J D Aiken A Co, J it Pringle. C Anderson, E
Daly, JerToras <; Co. J Lwiog. J Uoyce. C W Burnett. J 8
Hilton. K Adger, j Welten, H L Jeffers, C sahlmau. Col
J R Dickinson. W M Lawton. S Hackney, P Fraaer, 6
Glover, Order, ann others.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAGGING. f yard
Dundee. 3? ? 66
Gunny Cloth. 22 ? 25
BALE ROPE, f, Ks-Manilla. 24 ? 25
Western. 13 @ 15
New York. - @ -
Ju e. 12??
BREAD. fl ft
Navy. - ? -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 ? 15
BRICKS, fl M. 9.00 030.00
BRAN, %i 100 lbs. 33 & -
COTTON, fi lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. - @ -
Low Middling. 16Ji(?a -
Middling to Strict Middling. 16 @ 16?
Good Middling. - & -
Sealsland. 30 @ 1.15
CANDLES, fi ft-Sperm. 28 @ -
Adaniantino. 22 & 23
Tallow. 19 ? 20
COFFEE, f, ft-Bio. 24 ? 30
Laguayra. 28 ? 35
Java..".. ? 45
CORDAGE, f, ft- Manilla. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORN MEAL, f> bbl. 6.00 @ -
COAL, fi ton-Anthracite. 9.50 (SIP.00
COPPER. V ft-Sheet.I 68 & 60
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guaca. fl 2000 lbs. 7C.00 (a) -
Phoenix Guano. 66.00 (a) -
Baugh's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 60.00 (a) -
Rhodes'Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 65.00 (a) -
Mspes'SuperPhosphate.$ 2000 ft| 65.00 ? -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphste of Lime..- 65.00 ? -
FISH-Cod, fl 100 fts. 7.00 @ 9.00
Herring, fl box. 46 ? 80
Mackerel, No. 1, ?? half bbl.11.00 ?11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl.10.00 ?10.60
Mackerel, No. 3, fl bbb. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. - @ -
No. 2. - (ai -
No. 3. - _ -
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes.... 48 (a) 60
FLOUR, f bbl-Super.11.60 ? -
Northern and Western Extra.12.75 ?13.00
Baltimore Extra.13.00 @ -
Extra.13.60 @ -
FR Ul TS-Prunes, fl ft. 22 @ -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. 10 f) 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 40
Baisins, M. B., fl box. 4.00 ? 5.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.50 @ 5.50
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons, fl box.16.00 (917.00
GLASS, ft box of 50 feet
American, 8x10. 6.50 @ 6.00
American. 10x12. 6.00 @ 6.50
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN- Mary Und Oats, ft bushel_ 89 @ 93
Western Oats, fl bushel. - (g) -
Corn, fl bushel.I 1.50 Ca) 1.70
Beans, fl bushel.. 2.00 ? 3.00
HAY, ft cwt-North River. 1.30 ? -
Eastern.1 1.35 (a) -
HIDES-Dry, ft ft. 10 @ 12
INDIGO-f ft.I 1.00 (a) 1.75
IRON- Refined, ft ft. I 07 (a) 07
Swede.1 09 ? liJ??
LATHS, fl M. 4.00 ? .60
LIME- Shell, fl bbl. - ? -
South Carolina.I 1.60 ? -
Rockport.I 2.00 (at 2.25
Cement. 2.75 (* 3.60
Plaster Paris. I 4.00 ? 4.50
LUMBER, fl M. ieei
Clear Wh?e Pine, 1st quality.150.0o ?55.00
White Pine, good run.38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, $ M. feet-Bough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tongued_ 28.00 f-82.00
LEATHER, country tanned, V ft. - -
MOLASSES, fl gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado. 65 ? 66
Sugar House. 60 Ca) 1.0C
New Orleans. 76 ? 82
NA VAL STORES, fi bbl-Tar. - (ai -
Pitch.I - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 4.50 ? COO
Rosin, No. 1. 3.25 ? 3.?0
Rosin, No. 2. 3.00 ? -
Rosin, No. 3. 2.75 Cai 2.85
Kplnth Turpentine, fl gallon. 60 ra, -
OSiUm. MD. lb tai -
NAILS-American, 4?20d, ft keg. 6.60 ?7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.60 fellO.OO
Copper, fl ft. 1.00 0 -
Galvanized. 30 (<? -
Spikes. 12 ? 16
Ol LS-Lard, fl gaUon. 1.40 ?1.46
Linseed, fl gallon. 1.64 ? 1.60
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon..'.. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, ft gallon. - ? -
Caator (E. I.), fl gallon. 3.00 ? -
O?ve, fl dozen.I 8 00 ?10.00
Eeroseno, ft gallon. 62 ? 64
Benzine, fl gabon.I 60 ? -
PROVISIONS- Beef, mess, ft bbl.|16.00 ?30.00
Beef, prime.114.00 (ajl?.00
Pork, mess. 28.00 ? 42
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fl ft. 17 ? T7)?
Bacon, Sides. 19 ? -
Bacon, Shoulders. - Cai -
Bacon, Strips. - @ -
Lard. In keg. 12*? 16
Butter. 30 ? 46
Cheese. 16 ? 64
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 ? -
Onions.I 4.00 ? -
Apples.I 8.00 ? 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead, fl ft. 10 ' ? 16
Black Lead.I 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.? 12 ? 10
PLOW STEEL, fl ft 12 ? - V
?7C7_-Carolina, fl ft. 7J<@ 8
East India. - ? -
SLA TES-Kia erl can, fl square.12.80 (a) -
SHINGLES, f> M. 7.00 ? 8.U1
White Pms, first quality.12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl saek. 1.75 ? 2.60 ,
Liverpool, tine. - ? -
SOAP- Bar, fl ft. ll ? 16 1
STARCH, fl ft. 10 ? 12
SPICES, ft ft-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.76 ? -
Cloves. 76 ? -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50 (
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 ? 60
Race Ginger. 30 fd? - 1
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol. 6.00 ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.75
Gin. Holland. 4.76 ? 6.00
Gin, American. 3.50 ? 3.76 1
Bum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Bum, N. E. 2.50 ? 3.00 1
Whiakey, Bourbon. 3.00 ? 5.00 1
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 Ca) 2.40
SUGAR, fl ft-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18>i 1
Clarified B. 17 Cat 18 ,
Clarified C. 16>i? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19 '
Porto Rico. 14 ? 16 i
Muscova^'. 13 ? 16
S?(?_AS-Domestic manufacture, f M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, f> ft-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.60 1
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.60
Hvson. 1.50 ? 1.60 1
Ycung Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.76 <
TOBACCO, fl ft, aa per quality. 40 ? 1.50 1
TIMBER-Beim Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00 ,
Ash.. - ? -
Poplar. - ? -
Hickory. - ? - 1
TIN-I C Hoofing Plate. 16.00 ? - .
IX Roofing Plate.(17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate', 10x14.15.60 ? - 1
I X Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 ? - 1
I C Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.60 ? -
Block Tin. fl ft. 40 ? -
TWINE-Cotton, fl ft. 75 ? -
Baling. 46 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH- Bright, fl gaUon. 25 @ -
Paraflne. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wine, fl gallon. 60 ?
Cider. 30 @ -
French. 1.00 ? 1.25 1
WINS, fl gaUon-Port. 2.60 ? 6.00 1
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 6.00 1
Claret, fl case. 5.00 ?13.50
Champagne, fl basket. 25.00 (4,30.00
Z/^r--Sheet, fl ft.. . 26 (3t 27
Per steamship Champion, for New York-Rev E An?
drews, F G DeFontaine, W C Ward, E E Bedford and
daughter, J Carothers, E E Randolph, J Rames, J steiber,
T B Simpson, J H Nash, C G Stearns, J F Lynch, G M
Hutting and wife, J Mesmer, wife aid child.
Per steamship Falcon, from Baltimore-Mrs W P
Ravenel, Master H Ravenel, Miss Bee, Mrs Perry, Mr,
Mrs and Miss Duffy, M Hardiman, F H Hardiman, and
1 in steerage.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palatka, via Jacksonville
Fernandina and Savannah-E Dinny, S S Solomons, J D
Estabrook, A O Rowe, E Daly, F L Gorman, J B Brown,
J J A O'Neill, W R Fuu8ton. Mr Wickliff, wife and 4
children, J Hoffman, J Campbell, J Richards, J Bramel!.
Col J Peden, C k Graces. Airs Redy, Miss Hedy, J Mur
lin, J M Thenn, M P Pickett. R H Bigger, G B Demming,
Mrs Alston, Mrs H W Jacobi, Miss R C Hurts, and 5
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
J R Wescoat, N L Wescoat, J Wright, Fr McHenry, Capt
D F 'rowles, G S Smith, Major Berlin, W Williamson,
and 6 deck.
COBRECrFD WKS i-T.
PHARES or THE MOOS.
First Q. 4th, 10b. 7m. morn I Last G. 18th,llb. 'lum.morn
Full M. Uth. Th. 50m. even | New M. 25th,llli. 41m, even
?OT. A Die.
RISES. I SETS.
POUT OK CHARLESTON
Brig Vannie, Trader, Navassa-16 days. Guana To
H F Baker A Co, and Order. Left at Navassa the brig L
L Wadsworth, Baker, tor Baltimore, loading; also, the
sehr K ito Wentworth, for same place. Oct 31, lat 17.50,
lon 75.30, signalized the brig Alice, Knight, from Balti?
more lor AFpmwall.
Sehr Carrie L Webb, Worthington, New York, - day.".
Mtize. To courtenay A Trennolm, S C Railroad Agent,
J W Harrison. Kinsman A Howell, G W Williams A Co,
B O'Neill. A Cauale. G A Visuanski, Willis k Cblsolm, R
AAP Caldwell. Jeffords k Co, Thurston A Holmes. Il
Gerdts k Co. Adams. Damon _ Co W L Webb. Col A J
Willard, K H Rodpers ft Co. Holmes A Calder W M Bird
_ Co, J Walker, J small _ Co, Strnhouse A Co. N E Rail?
road Agent, and others. The Carrie L Webb experienced
heavy gales on the passage, and suffered some in Bails
and spars. s
Steamship Falcon. Reed, Baltimore-lelt Thursday
PaiiW A"- rV???*T1 ? Co' Courtenay A Trenholm,
1 aih-oad Agent. J ll Graver. J A Cook _ Co, G H Walter
A Co Ravenel ft Barnwell. U Klatte _ Co, J H Muller ,
sm^ui tTnV^1"- J L Torreut * Bro Graeser Let
Calder j N T?H k,Co' ? C DlohW'- "?<?es ?
JHGravir SH""* Co, j Campeen _ co. K Jordan
wfbb ft ? i? 0 rdV * 3 r?ley StoS
Stelling, J O a li rf ';c.v ,L J Shadler' Lul"-s *
W Roach. Railroad Agent. H cobto t Co,aw iv.lf,"?. .
Nimitz k Co. J E AdgT A Co. IUvenei A: Barnw. ll i; ll
Unstedt, H Kiatte _ Co, D H ^wStfo
A Langer, Stenhouse k Co, w L Webb, c N AverlU ?
Ou. D Paul A Co, Werner ft Ducker. T J Kerr ft Co, J B
)uval k Son. Oas Ccmpauy, J Wallach, O H Walter ft Co.
I Bischoff k Co. J H Benueker. Kinsman ft Howell, W
I Bud ft Co. J Hurkamp ft Co. V Burch. RUP Cald?
well, Lauroy ft Alexander. Dowic ft Moise, D Jennings,
.ittlo ft Marshall, D A Walker. David ft Co. W G Whil
len ft Co, King & Gibbon, D B Vincent, D Lil I ?en thal ft
"o, A Linstedt, Mehrtens ft Wohltman, JefforclK A Co, H
Uatte ft Co, Krieto ft Chapman, J 0 Boosch, Bollmann
Jros. M Coben, Dowle ft Moise, Douglas ft MiUer, J W
larrlson ft Son. Adams, Damon ft Co, G W Aimar, N h
liddleton, G W Steffens ft Co, J Schlrmer, Wilbur ft
ion. Werner ft Ducker, H 8i'>gling.
Sehr N A Hunt, Compton, Philadelphia-6 clays. Coal.
:o H F Baker ft Co.
Sehr Renshaw, Wskofer, Back Rivor. 36(10 bushels
tough Rice. To Cohen. Hanckel ft Co.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
? crnandina and Savannah. 126 bales S I and 10 bales
Jpland Cotton, 29J? casks Rice, Mdxe, ftc. Tc J D Aiken
s Co, G H Ingraham ft Son. Coben, Hanckel ft Co, King
? Yenning. Welsh & Brandes, Bart ft Wirth. J Salvo, W
A Lawton, E J Wi <a ft Co. L D Mowry ft Co, T L Gor
lon, J 4: J D Kirkpatrick. W M Tunno ft C:o. M Gold
imlth ft Son, J S Schirmer, B Mantoue. E B Kellers A
Jo, Bissell ft Co, J R Russell, McMlllon ft Jcwitt, Came
on. Barkley ft Co, W Steele. J C Dial, J Mil?stons. E C
iverns. IE Hertz. H Bischoff k Co, Southe rn Express
Steamer Marion. Foster, Santee. 2 bags S I and 972
>ales Upland Co.ton, 345 bbls Rosin, 14 obis Spirttn
turpentine, and Sundries To J Fe/guson, W C Dukes
k Co, J R Pringle. Cart. Kopff4 Jervey, Cohen, Hanckel
k Co. Willis & Chisolm, G H Ingraham ft Son, J M Cald?
well ft Son, Z Davis, E H Rodgers ft Co, O Reeder, Have
?el ft Co, J Wiley, W C Bee ft Co, G E iritchett, J A
taytb. J A Quackenbuab, W B Herlott. Adams, Frost ft
;o, G L Smith ft Co,
Steamer st Helena, Boylo, Edisto and Rockville. 18
lags S I Cotton, 81 bags Cotton Seed, and Sundries. To
1 ll Murray. Hoper k Stoney, G H Walter ft Co, Cohen,
Hanckel ft Co, W Whaley, G W Clark 4 Co, Campbell ft
Siggins, and others.
sloop George, Londrick, Santee. 1600 bushels^Rough
Rico. To J R Pringle.
LS THE OFFING.
British bark Yumurri, from Liverpool.
steamship E B Souder, Lobby, New York-Jno 4 Theo
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-Courtenay
Ship Chanotto, Spear, Liverpool-W B Smith 4 Co.
Spanish poise re Rosalia, Mascsxo, Barcelona-W P Hall
spanish polacre Marta Sisa, Barcelona-W P Hall.
Behr Mattie E Taber, Morris, Philadelphia via Wilmlng
behr Althea, Smith, Now York-H F Baker 4 Co.
Sehr A H Edwards, Bartlett, New York-H F Baker 4 C
Went to Sea Saturday .
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Steamship E B Souder, Lobby, -New York.
From this Fort.
Steamship Zodiac, Rogers, New York.Nov 26.
Brig Martha, Stone, New York, Nov 20.
sehr Ethan Allen, Blake, Providence. R I, Nov 31.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship Miami, McLaughlin, at New York, Nov 21.
Brig susan E Voorhia, Fulford, at New York, Nov 20.
The Engbsb brig Crocus, Captain Anthony (of St Johns
N B), from Georgetown, S C, for St Johna. N B, with,
cargo ot Lumber, ftc. was wrecked on tho North Breaker
Cieorgetown Bar, on the night of the 19th lost 6he left
the Bar on tho ia. h. striking on her way out Soon after
she commenced leaking; sounded pumps and found five
teet water in the bold. In endeavoring to make the har
bor tor tho safety of the crew and vessel, went ashore
about 8 o'clock, same evening. All hands saved. Vessel
ind cargo probably a total loss.
Thc steamship Key West, previously reported aa up
New York for this port, has had ber destination changed
The sehr Arabella, Frisbee, from Bangor. Me. for thia
port, armed at Portland, Me, Nov 20.
LIST UK VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS FORT.
The Skjold, AlbrochUen, up.Oct 29
Nor bark Kjellestadt, Worge, cleared.Oct
British bark Y um uri, Thompson, < teared.Sept 23
The Hakon Adelstein, Backer, up..Sept
The Pawnee, Anser, sailed.Oct
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
The Competitor, Turner, np.Oct
Bremen bark Gauss, Wieling, tailed..Oct
Sehr Nicanor, -, sailed.Nov 14
Steamship George B Upton, Rich, ?ailed.Nov 19
Sehr K B Glover, Ingersoll, up.Nov
Steamship Miami, McLaughlin, cleared.Nov 21
ship St Lotus, Hubosrd, cleared.Nov 14
Brig shannon, sawyer, cleared.Nov 19
Brig Susan E Vooruls, Fulford, cleared.Nov 20
Sour Americus, Moss, up.Nov
Sv.hr B M Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Nov 16
scur Harriet Newell, Gould, up.Nor 13
Sehr Wide World, Hlldreth, cleared.Nov 16
Bohr J N Wilson, Somers, cleared.Nov ll
Steamship Worcester,-to leave.Nov 23
Bohr Shiloh. Hubbard, up.Nov 16
Headquarters Second -Military Distriot, )
CHABUSTON, S. U., october 9, i 867. j
THE FOLLOWING INSTRUCTIONS ABE PUBLISH
ld) tor thc information and guidance of the Command
Lng Otficors of Posts in carry in, out the requirements of
General Orders No. ?2, currout serien, from these Head
Da any case embraced within tho first sub-division ol
Paragraph I of said Order, the rate of taxation fixed by
Law, and prevailing at the timo the trantactior. was made
ind tcmpltted, or thc properly, or the right, vat parted
with, which is the subject of taxaUon, shad constitute
the basia for correcting s ch excessive taxation ; and
upon being conformed thereto, such tax shall be valid
iud binding-it being the design of that part of said
Paragraph 1 to protect persons making business opera
dons from unioroseen imposition ot taxes in oxcoss
it the rates prevailing when such operations were con
In any cases arising under thu second sub-division of
Paragraph I. of said Order, tho rate of taxation imposed
DU the property or person of a resident of the State shall
be the basis for correcting such tax as affecting the prop?
erty or person of a non-residont; and upon being cou
formed thereto, such tax shall be valid and binding.
In all cases where the collection of any tex is suspend
sd under the first or second subdivisions of Paragraph
L of said Order, tho Order suspending the aime shall b
limited tc preventing tho coUectio i of any excess of such
Lax over and above the amount properly taxable in ac
:ordance with the provision of said Order as explained
by this circular.
Commanding Officers of Posts are authorized to make
luch ot dors as may be roquiait. for carrying into opera?
tion the clauses of aald Order in conforming with the
foregoing provisions, and all civil officers st the respec?
tive Posts are required to comply therewith.
By command of Brevet Ma I or-General ED. R, S. CAKBI
LOUIS V. CAZ!ARC, Aid-de-Camp.
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official : O, M. MITCHELL. Aid-de-Camp.
Headquarters Second Military District. I
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 30,1867. j
PENDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RULES FOR
the government of Military Tribunals in this District,
Provost Courts will not exercise Jurisdiction in any case
svh?n the question involves the title of land; nor In any
..?vii cause where the debi, sued for or the damage
..?aimed exceeds three hundred (300) dollars. In all
:ases where the amount claimed cither ss debt or dam
iges exceeds twenty-five (25) dollars, the defendant shall
je entitled to ten (10) days' notice, and if lt exceeds one
lundred (100) dollars, he shall ht, entitled to fifteen |15j
lays' notice; but this right may be waived by the de
eudant, and the trial of the cause set for an caril or day,
ipon his written consent thereto, which consent must
ippear on tte record of the Court.
By command of Brevet Major-General ED. R. S. CAM'
IT. LOCI-. V. CAZIARC, Aide-de-camp,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official : O. M. MITCHEL, .Aide-de-camp.
Headquarters Second Military District,!
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867. )
GENEBtL OBDIBS, No. 1 IC. j
The Sheriffs of the respective Counties and Districts
>f North and South Carolina will cause to be prepared
:opies of the tax lists for their respective Counties or
Districts, noting there .n all delinquent tax payers, and
brward thc same through Pest Commanders to these
Head quat tera.
Ihe expecae of preparing such copies will be audited
ind paid as a County or District charge, as the case
By command of BvL Major-General En. R. 8. CANST.
LOUIS V. CAZIAHC,
Aide-de-camp, Act'g. Aas't. Adj't. Gon'l.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-camp.
'Preven I iou is Better than Cure."
Celebrated Preventive Lotion.
A PPROVED AND HIGHLY RECOMMENDED MY
/\_ the t-tench .Medical Faculty, as the only safe and
niall ble iniuinif against infection from special Diseases.
This inv.iiuai.le y iei aration is suited for either tex, and
las proved, from ample experience, (he most efficient
md reliable Preventive ever discovered, thus enacting a
Icsideratum long songht for m the Medical World. Il
ised according to directions every possibility ol' danger
nay be avoided; a single application will radically neu?
tralize the venereal virus, expel all impurities from the
ibsorbent vessels, and render couti ruination impossible.
3e wise ;n time, and at a very small outlay, save boure ol
infold bodily and mental torments.
Thin most reliable specific, so universally adopted lo
he Old World, is now ofiered for salo lor the first limo in
\monca by F. A. DUPORT & CO., only authorized
igents for the United States.
Price $3 per bottle. Largo botUe, double size, $6.
Thc usual discount to ihe trade. Sent, securely
lacked, on receipt or price, to any address, with dircc
ions and pamphlet, by addressing to
F. A. DUPORT A CO..
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Advertisements inserted un liberal terms.
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September 2G So. 3 Broad atrcot, Charleatou, 3, t.\
For the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Rare and
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MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
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Headquarters Second Military District, j
CHARLESTON, 8. C., October 21,1867. j
GKNERAL ORDERS NO. 106.]
Post Commanders may admit to bad persons not sub?
set to the Ardelas of War. held in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
is provided in tbe following paragraph:
Security shall consist: 1st, of a ossh deposit of the
imount for which bond is required as bill by the State
aw In like oases; or, 2d, of a bond in like sum, running
ie the Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
irith all orders, with surety, who must bc a freeholder
md must justify in twice tbs amount of die penalty, and
must, under aral, authorise any officer so ordered by the
Post Commander, in case of default, and non-payment
t>y the surety on dam and, to summarily taise and sell
lumeient of the property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy tho forfeiture and costs; and immediately moon de
,'ault made, the bond shall constitute a hen upon the per
ional property of both principal and surety.
All bail and other bonds taken under military authori?
ty mill conform to the foregoing dfreoHona whoa not j
otherwise specially provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-Gen aral En. E. S. Casar.
LOOTS* Y. CAZ1ARC,
Aid-de-Camp, Act'g. Asst. Adj't Gen'L
Official: 0. H. MITCHEL, Aid-de-Cam?
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Business men, desirous of introducing their business
brough that section, would do well to advertise m its
SUnaOUTTION, $8 a YEAH.
SPAUTICK A Co., Agents, at Courier Office, Charleston,
louth Carolina. September 27
The Carolina Times.
PUBLISHED AT ORANGEBURG C. H.
THIS PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT TH?
middle portion of the State, and offers the bett
acilities for advertisers. February SS
The Sumter News.
DARR ft OSTEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT SUMTER. 8. C.
?T Subachptlon $4.00 per annum. To Clubs of foul
!3.00 per annum.
Advertisements Inserted on liberal terms.!
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLORENCE,
S. C., offers an excellont medium to Merchants and
-thara who wish to extend their businees in the Pee j
[iee section of the State. Ratea of advertising very rea
?nable. Septem ber 16
CUERA AV ADVERTISER,
DEVOTED TO LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS
Jheraw, S. C. Pu bushed weekly, by POWELL A
TEB1?3 OF SUBSCEmiOM :
3ne copy one year.$3 Ou
BATES or ADVERTISING :
5ne Square, ten Unes or less, one insertion..$1 00 j
[Tor each subsequent insertion. 73
All Advertisements to be distinotly marked, or they
Till be published until ordered out, and charged accord'
Marchants and others advertising by th? year. ? libe
.al deduction oo tho aljove rates will be made.
HA KA Vi' ELL SENTINEL
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Merchants and br shiest men try it for a few months.
'No risk no gain." Send on your carda and increase
rom trade this fall. There's nothing to equal Printer'?>
Ink-it has made many a fortune.
Terms for the paper-83 per annum, in advance.
Advertisements inserted at the rate of $1 per square ol
twelve lines or leas foi' each insertion.
Cards of ten Une. or les., at the rate of $10 for threi.
Contracts by tile year or tor six months, allowing priv
lege ot changing on more favorable terms. Address
EDWARD A. BRONSON,
V'-vewh^i I . Pn'i HI-.W n.? icw-io'
THE GREENVILLE MOUNTAINEER
18 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY, AT $1 60 PEU
year, m a Ivunce. Advertisements inserted at usual
ates. G. E. ELFORD,
MarlO Vdiior and Proorwrnr
THE ORANGEBURG NEWS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orungeburg, S. C. Terms $2 per annum, m ad
During the spring and foll seasons extra copie, of the
iRAxoxiiuRQ NEWS wiil be circulated for the benefit ot
iur advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on the most lib?rai
ernis. AddrcHs SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February iii Oraneebiu-a. S
LUMBER AM) BUILDING MATE
PRIME NORTHERN WHITE PINE OF ALL KINDS.
Mahogany, Mouldings, Newels, Banisters, Voneors,
l.'ack Walnut, Hickory, Ash, Oak, Doors, Sashea, Pias
eriug Laths, Pickets, Paling., Nails, Spikes, Shingles,
he above in large assortment and variety for aale at
rboleaale and retail lor cash.
J. N. WOOD, Agent,
Corner Market and Bay.
October 17 thstu2mo? I
NOW IS fOOt THE !
loves so Chea j!
THAT IT WU?li
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
ie Cheapest Stove Store Between th
Potomac and the Rio Grande 2
LAKUE ASSORTMENT OF HALL, PAR
Et AND COOKING STOVES. SHEET IBON, LEA I
fC AND COPPER, LEAD AND IBON PIPE, ORATE
D OB ATE TRIMMINGS.
IN BOOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED T
SHORT NOTICE, AT
ID AMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street
DI L L
PATENT ILMVERS.IL (?OTT
THIS TIE IS NOW GE
THI8 TIE, WITH THE HOOP COMPLET)
ROPE, and renden an allowance for tare unnecc
PUTTING ON, and la to perfect that the necessity for nee
OR TON as cheaply as the he?ry Hoejs and leas perfect ?
tJtrely superseding the use of Rope, on account of its coi
its preservation of the Cotton when baled, from destruct!
its security to Insurance Companies a matter for coaaldei
FOE SALE, IN LARGE 0?
WILLIAM BOACH, A
November 2 ;
No. 150 MEEI
DEALERS IN EVEJ
CIRCULAR SAW AND
BAR AND SHEET IRON AND CAST ST
GUM AND LEATHER BEL'
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
RAW AND BOILED LIN
BRASS AND IRON, SINGLE AND DOU
No. 150 MEEI
LEO PENCIL COMPANA
Factory, Hudson City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES ROOM
NO. 34 JOHN STREET. NEW YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAD PENCIL.'
of superior quality are manufactured and offeree
at lair terms to the Trade. The public are invited
to give the AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL the pr?
j terence. .
THE PENCILS ABS TC BB HAD AT ALL THE
PRINCIPAL STATIONERS AND NJiION
ASK FOR THE "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ESQU?SIBI.NO DEPARTITKNT, (
Tau Comma, November 10, 1866. )
I have always recommended the Faber Polygrade
Laad Pencils as the only pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical dr? wir g ; but after a thorough
trial ot the American Poly jrade Lead Penoils, man
ufaotured by the American Lead Pencil Company, Nen
York, I Und them superior to any pencil in use, even tc
the Faber or the old English Cumberland Lead Fend!,
being s superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mechanical drawing, and all Iho ordinary uses of a lead
These pencils are very (moly graded and hava a very
smooth lead ; oven the sottest pencils hold the point well;
they are all that can be desired in a pencil lt gives mc
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that th ev
will no loBg'r be compelled to depend upon Germany oi
?my other foreign market for pencils. *
Prof?isor of Dw -fing, Ac.
IXL PENCLLS ARE STAMPED:
48? "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL CO. N. Y."
None genuine without tje exact name of the firm
look to it December 13
THE BEST TOM M IN USE !
PAHKNIN'8 HEPATIC BITTERS,
PANJtNl.VS HEPATIC BITTERS,
P.YNJi.MN'S HEPATIC BITTERS,
PAN?NI.VS HEPATIC BITTERS,
PAN ?.MVS HEPATIC BITTERS,
THE BEST TONIC NOW LN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BE8T TONIC NOW IN USE.
THE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
November 6 34
"THE IRISH CITIZEN:"
NEW WEEKLY NEWSPAPER.
PBOFBIXTOll nts rorros,
FIRST NUMBER TO APPEAR ON SATURDAY, THE
12th of October, 1867.
Tjferms by the year.$3.00
Terms for half year. 1.60
Benns foi four months. 1.00
Club ?J of 10 in the usual ?proportion.
Advertisements to be foi-warded Immediately, so as to
be duly classified. Address, JOHN MITCHEL,
Omeo ol the Irish Citizen,
Nc. ill Barclay street, New Toik.
E. M. WHITING-,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HIS OFFICE ^Y^rn^?
street to No. 77 CHURCH STREET, mar st
Michael's Alley. August 31
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL.
1 TIE MD IRON HOOPS.
NEK ALL 7 ADOPTED.
E, WEIGHS NO MOR E fTHAS THE USUAL,
saary ; tfie ONLY TTE REO. JTRING KO SLACK WHTLE
ivy Hoops ia entirely obviated. Can ba sold by the POUND
Ties. Bach Tie la warranted perfect The Iron Tia is en
nblnatlon of advantages, ita simplicity and economy, wUte
on by Fire, both in warshonse and oa shipboard, readeM
t SMALL QUANTITIES, BY
gent for South Carolina.
RKLEY & ?
i. I fi ?, J -.i-w4U.4.til*.J "?iii
IY DESCRIPTION OF
m u mm.
ITS AND WASHERS
EEL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
J AND BLAKE'S PATENT BELT STUDS
M, LARD AND.JPETROLEUM OILS.
BLE-ACTING FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS
OLD ?STiBLISH?D MUG STORE
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE PHIN <K DORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL W?M
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market -
HAVE LATELY EECEIYEB LABOE ADDITIONS TU'
their asnal stock of purs and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
FINE 30 APS
Comprising invoices from tba most reputable mann?
facturera. On hand, all tba principal
Including Preparations o.'AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DA YT fl, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, Ae. Also, a
large assortment of "
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWABE OF EVEBY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention la paid to the Importation and seleo
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other are allowed to go out of the Establish?
with ace . icy, and the public can
depend ou i?< utmost reliability in
the execution o i i rders.
E. H.KELLEBS. M.D.. fl BAER,1I.D
THE BENNBTTSVILLIT: JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FB1DAY MORNING AP
BerjiettavEle, P. C.. in the eastern portion of the
SUte by STUBBS k LITTLE, Proprietors, and oller
superior inducements to Merchants and all others vbo
w iah to extend their business in this section of the l?ea
Dee country. We respectfully solicit the patronage ot
our Charleston friends. . "
Terms-?3 per ai.-am, invariably in advance. Adver?
tiiemsnts inserted et very reasonable rates. July 8
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBE?BY C. H., AT
$3 per annum, sad, haring a large circulation
through all tbs upper and low? Wattie ta of the Stat?,
Bates for adrurnaing TOTresstinsbia te walch a upi?
to our Agent, Mr T. P. SLID ER, at the M?h House.
.iaOS. S' ? it H. 6BE1YKE22
Nuveiabar mMitm and l>c^istors4