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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 29, 1867.
Naming the Day.
..Forgive me. but I nerds mu? press
One question, since I love you so;
And kiss i f. darliug, if if? Yo* !
And, I'.arling, kiss me it ifs No!
It is ?bout our marriage day,
I lain would have it even here;
But sis-? roo if ifs tar away.
.An i kiss me, darling, il ifs near!
Ah, ty tho blushes crowding so
On cheek and brow, 'tis near, I guess.
But, darling, kiss me ir ifs No!
And kiss me, darling, if its Yes I
And with what flowers shall you bo wed !
With flowers of snow, or flowers of dame ?
But be they white, or be thi y red,
Kiss me, my darling, all the same I
And have yon sewed your wedding dress ?
Nay, speak not, even to whisper low 1
But kiss me. darling, if it's Yes!
And, darling, kits mo if ifs No !"
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Market Itcport and Quotation Sheet for
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, for Week
ending November SS, 1687.
jajCDREW M. MORELAND.
Iroker, No. 8 Broad Street, Charleston, S. C.
lOCTBERM BASK BtLLS.
Bank of Camden.3u@Jo
Bank of Charla*ton. 19K00
Baak of Chester..07<a,oo
Baak of Georgetown.Hfeuo
Baak of Hamburg.. 12@00
Bank of Newberry.4(X$uu
Bank of South Carolina.IWtoUt)
Bank of State of S. Caroliaa, prior to 1661.lu<j,yo
Baak of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan., 'QI. .03(3,00
Oom marcial Baak. Columbia.U2&ou
Exchange Bank, Columbia.KXg.oa
Mexchaaf s Bank, Cheraw.09(su0
People's Bank, Charleston.5J(ju.
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.06(400
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston_ls&i'u
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.25@27
Bute Bank, Charleston.03@?o
Union Bank, Charlestun.76(g00
City of Charleston Change Bills.SO&Ov
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.S2(tvuu
BOATOS. STOCK AX? COUTONS.
Georgia State Coupons.80g00
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old).00&00
Georgia State Bond Seven Per CenL (uew).8U?\00
Memphis Coupons. City.86(g,i0
Memphis Bonds, City.35(S-P
City ot Columbia Bonds.!.25@2C
City of Columbia Coupons.25(ii'j
South Carolina Railroad und Bank stock.25(&3i>
South Carolina Railroad Six Per . ent. Bonds.526,54
bOJth Carolin? Railroad Seven Per Cent. Bonds.. 55(sr>7
South Carolina B E.certificate o? Indebtedness.. .43(o,?j
City of Charleston Six Per Jent. Stock.30^00
City ot Charleston Certiacate of Indebtedness ... .80?Od
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds. 606,00
State of South Carolina Bonds (old). 35? 00
State 0^0'^ Carolina Bonds (new issue of January
SUte'of south Ca^toastock.V.'.V.$Ioo
BUte of South Carolina Coupons... ^Wouo
People's National Bank stock. .0-1r.,,,,
First National Bank stock.
Northeastern Ra?road 1st Interest Bond 5s<aoo
Northeastern Railroad lat Coupons (past due)wVtW
Northeastern Railroad Cenirlcate ot Indebtedness *4Uiai o
Charleston Gas Company Stock. ' ' ^ - ?,.
Charleston City Rad way Stock.aw'oo
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (State
guarantee). . .? ,Y.;.".,'...30?00
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Hondu (1st inter?
est of 2d heal.00^00
City of Savannah Bonds.64r<400
City of Savanna! Coupons (due previous to 1st June
City of Savannah Couponstdue alter 1st June,18?C).?.-(^oo
Memphis and Char'eston Railroad Bonds.74&,uj
Memphis and Charleston Itailroad Coupons.y2(^0o
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althor i J person or by letter, to the Broker above named,
at No. 8 broad street.
per steamer City Point, from Palatka, ria Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah- Mademoiselles Grant, J J
Philipa, Mr Puchar, L sigwald, and 6 steerage.
Per steacvr Fannie, trom Savannah, via Beaufort, Hil?
ton Head, Ac-Capt J W Adams, J croom, W H Hey?
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E Chancellor and lady, W Eynow, W Keilagher, Mrs A
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foray, and 14 deck.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bark Pawnee-3500 tacks Liv?
erpool Salt, to B T Walker.
BREM KN-Per Bremen bark Gauss-SC baskets Emptv
Bottles, 3111 ;.skets Empty Bottles. 10 baskots Emptv
Bottles. 1C53 Demijohns, 320 Demijohns. 1356 Demi?
johns. 10s. Demijohns, 20 casks Beer, 80 cusks Beer.
loClaoius k Witto; 107 cases, 125 Cases, 110 case?.
30 cas s, 70 cases. 53 cases Pipes, to J Campseu ,v
Co; 100 cases .--tomi-.ch Bitters, 7 casks Potatoes.
2 eas.?* Bed Feathers, 60 cases Pipes, to Bollmauu
Bros; 8 cases Glassware, to G A Hopley k Co;
5 cases Mdzo, Prof C A Sheppard; 5 casks Wine, to V
Koldewey; 6 cases Wine. 2 cases Brandy, 4 cases
Wiue, to J C H Clausstn; 50 boxes Medicut?d Bitters,
to Ciados & Witte; 1 case containing nano, to G W
Dingle; 1 ease Old Books, to C Pinckuey; 1 ease
Mdze, to Dr Barrmann; 1 case Mdze. to M H Kappel
man; 1 cask Brandy, 1 cask herrings, to W Meyer.
Exports for tile Week cutline Thursday,
LIVEBPOOL-Per British ship 1 edbergh-43 bags S i
Cotton, 1860 bales Upland Cotton, 36 bags Cotton
Seed, 1 casi: Solder.
LIVERPOOL-Per ship Charlotte-24 bags S I Cotton.
3171 bales Upland cotton.
BRISIOL. ENU-Per British bark Artistic-657 bbls
Spirits Turpentine. 2135 bbls Rosin.
BARCELONA-Per Spanish polacre Rosalia-114 bales
Upland Cotton. 151 bbls Rosin. 12 bb.s 'I ar. 4000
feet Lumber.Per Spanish polacre Maria-300
bales Cplaud Cotton. 150 bois U ssa. 12 b.ils Tar 3000
feet Lumb r.
BOSTON- Persteaiuship Uf o B Upton-612 bales Upland
Cotton, 93 tes Rice, 41 casks Clay, 8 cases Mdze, 10
pkg* Fum ture, 55 bags Peanuts, 5 bbls Oranges, ike,
ll uhds iron. 5 bbls Potato* g.
NEW YO BK-Per steamsnip Moneka-400 bales Cotton.
50 pkgs .sundries.Per steamship Matanzas-3
bags sea Island Cottou, 26 bales Upland Cition, 27
bales Yarn, 3 tes Rice, IC pkgs, 329 Empty Barrels
.Per steamship James Adger-17 bags S Island
Cotton, 7S9 bales Upland Cotton, 83 tiercee Rico, 79
bal.'s Domestics and Yarns. 102 packages Sundries.
.Per steamship Champion-83 bags S 1 Cot?
ton. 800 bales Upland Cotton, 100 bales Domestics
and Yarns, 16 tierces Rice, 24 Packages, 8 Boxes, 3
Barrels.Per steamship E B Souder-150 tierces
Rice, 450 bales Cotton, 120 Dales Domestics and Yaru,
loo bales Waste. 4 bales Rags, 19 rolls Leather, 50
bundles Paper, 150 Packages.Per brig Poto?
mac-93,845 feet Timber, 24,150 feet Boards.
.P t sehr J W Allen-438 bales Upland Cotton,
180 bbls Rosin, 40,000 teet Boards, 5 pieces Machi?
nery.Per sehr Althea-435 bales Cotton
Per sehr A H Edwards-160,000 teet Lumber.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-45 tes Rice, 364
bales Upland Cotton, 10 bales Domestics, 7 rods ot
Leather, 50 pkgs Hides and Rags, 40 pkgs Sundries,
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
?EOS THE WXEE ENDINO THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 28.J
COTTON.-In consequence of the continued and
steadily falling rates in the English market, the article
here has had a declining character throughout the week,
and has reached quotations below what was anticipated
by tho most desponding. Thia unfortunate position of j
the leading staple of the South has, in connection with
the unsettled sute of political affairs, produced an utter
stagnation in general trade, and amid this almost uni?
versal prostration the only blight feature is the probable
repeal of the Cotton tax by tho cong.ess. If this last
question should lead to a protracted debate, u wiU add
to the difhcu.ries of the situation tor a time, as it is quite
likely planters will generally hold back their crops to
await the action o? that body. There has been generally
a good demand for the ai tide, whicb has been some?
what restricted by thu limited supply in many cases on
sale, but transactions can generally only be effected by
factors meeting readily the decl.ue in the leading mar?
kets, as they occur from day to day. The following were
the course ot prices at the great centres of trade at tho
commencement of the week : Liverpool opened at 8>-d.,
and has since declined to 7 ' 'M. tor Middling Upland;
Now York began at 18c., and has fallen to 16>i@16>^c. y\
lb for NbW York Middling; auu the ratea heie, which
commenced at 16c. for Middling, has dropped to 15 Sc,
closing dull and nominal.
We would ask the attention of planters to the necessity
of greater care in thc ginning of their Cotton, as fine
lots aro lrequcntly received here which still contain a
part of the seed, irequcntly depreciating tho value of the
article to the extent of lc. %>. lb.
Our table of receipts will show a tailing oil in the ar
rivals of the week just closed, as compared v. i th the pre?
vious. We submit the loUowing statement ot the trans?
actions bi the ?rdele here for the week just close J.
Un i ru a\, the 22d instant, ander a d?chue at liver?
pool, prices tell off S to Sc. $ lb. Sales 55C bales; Low
Middling being quoted at l5.Sc Middling at 16c., and
Sirict Mide'ling at 16Sc, V m.
On Saturday there was a better demand and the mar?
ket was rather firmer, but without quotable alteration,
eales 1018 bales at the prices of thc previous day.
On Monday, early in the day, a moderato demand ex?
isted, with sales of 500 bales, but a decline in thc Eng
lisu market causer1, the business here to come to a stand,
and closed nonrinal.
On Tuesday, under a decline of a Sc. V lb-, the mar?
ket became active. Sales 100J bales; Low Middling be?
ing quoted at 15 @ 15 Sc., Middling at 15>ic, and Strict
diddling at 16c. $ lb.
On Weduusdsy there was a moderate demand and thc
tra ..suctions were generally at previous ?rices, but some
operations were ut easier lates, the market closing dull
and unsettled uni - IMWer prices at Liverpool. Sales 718
bales, on a basis ia most operations of I C.Sc V lb. for
i hursday being kept as a holiday, business was gene?
ral!} suspended and there were no H.les. The market on
Wednesday closed with r. declining tendency and some?
what nommai, say
Low Middling.15 tai
Middling.15 S '*
btriet Middling.16 (ai
?ar. ui'd. Cpt'd. Stet.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1867. 182 810 180
Received this week. 264 7381 ?48
Received previously. 1110 62813 4987
1556 71004 6015
Experte- & It'd. Up'd. Rice.
Tins week. 172 IOJOI 687
Previously. 691 46624 3675
City and local
763 57528 5362
I stol exports and consumption 763 57528 5362
latock on hand and on shipboard_ 793 13476 C53
SAME TIME LAST YEAR.
6'. rid. Cvl'd.
Stock on hand Sept, 1. 18C6. 235 5300
Received this week. 237 3917 384
Received previously. 2144 30091 172U
2C1C 45306 2101
Exporte- S. / U Up'd. Rice.
Ibmi week. 179 3322 135
Previously. 1684 ?3494 1371
1S-J3 3C816 18 Jo
Total exports. 1863 36816 1806
Stock on hand, kc. 753 8492 298
6EA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals of this class of tho
staple have boen 264 bales this week, against 360 bules
the week belora. The artice has been in good demand,
particularly for the fine grades of Sea Islands and Flori?
das, and the transactions Unre been about equal to the
supplies-.-ay .60 bales lor tho week, t.e noto sales of
common to good Floridas at 38 @ 45c, good to fine 45 d'.
55c, and choice grades from CO (yi 80c. 9 lb. Sea Islands
are selling at 45 @ 55c. for common, and SI 00 @ 115 %?
lb. tor coica quai.tie*. We learn of no transactions in
the intermediate grades.
BICE.-There has been fair arrivals of this grain
during thc week, say about 12,000 bushels of Carolina
Rough and 209 tierces or Carolina Clean, the latter from
Georgetown, (S. C., There has been a good demand.
Some buyers operating for the New Orleans market
caused tho rates at the close to be particularly firm, and
sevoral pare?la were disposed of at advancing prices. We
note ralas cf about 600 tiercis of Carolina Clean tor lie
week, say 48 tieroes at TJ?c lb., 60 tierces at 8c ?I lb ,
15 do. at SSC, 9 lt., 150 tierces at 8,v > Sb- 30 do. at
SSc. ? lt., 22 do. at 8SC 9 lb., SO do at 9c 9 tb., and
150 do. on private terms. We quote, at thc close, Com?
mon at S (J BJf&i Good 8% @ 8S. and Common Prime
to Prime at 8S @ 9c yt lb.
NAVAL STORES.-There has boen received about 1300
bbls. Rosin and 150 bbls. Crude Turpentine-most of the
Rosin was passing torougb, bound to other markets.
We note sales of strained to No. 1 at $2 76@3 CO per bbl.
extremes. The Crude Turpentine was disposed of at S3
per bbl. for Virgin and Yellow Dip. There wore no
transactions in Spirits Turpentine.
H.vY.-There has been receive 1 about 300 bales North
River, and some 700 bales Eastern came to hand late in
the week. The market has been quiet and without large
transactions A small lot of Eastern changed hands at
about $1 40 per hundred. The only operations in North
River have been in a rf tail, way,
CORN.-There has beer received about 4000 bushels
from Baltimore, and several limited lots by rail from tho
interior. A lot of Mixed Tennes.ee, in les, eas disposed
of at $118 per bushel, bags included. The demand is
almost entirely local, and is confined generally to tho
OATS.-Th', ra has been a few small lots ol' this grain
received sin?e our last, consigned mostly to dealers. Wc
learn of tho sale of 1000 bushels at SCc. f! bushe', weight,
ba. s included.
FLOCK.-fhe increasing arrivals of Northern and West?
ern qualities have somewhat depressed prices, and trans?
actions have taken place during the wetk at about 50c. %?
bbl. decline We quote Northern and Western Super at
?11 fi bbl., and Northern and Western Extra at 112 o0(?;
12 50 %i bbl. Southern qualities are of limited sale, but
prices are without important change. We quote South?
ern Super ut $12 00@13 25 bbl., and Southern Extra at
S13 00@13 50 %1 bbl.; Southern Family at$14 fi bbl. The
transactions are only in the most limited way, und buy
era operate very sparingly.
BACON -This urticle continues very much depressed,
with an almost entire suspension ol demand-quotations
for lots of any size are consequently nominal. The very
light retail trude doing is on a basis o? about 14c lb.
for strictly pria* Western Shoulders, lCc fi lb. for
strictly prime Western libbed Si Us, and IC.Sc f^ lb. lor
cleur ribbed of tho same quality. The demand waa mainly
on inferior nii-at. which cm b<? sold at a low figure.
SALT.-1 he receipts amount to about fOOJ sacks, re?
ceived direct from Liverpool (luring the week. We learn
of uo Urge trun-a;tion?. Wc quote for large lots U.70Q
$2 %i pack, and in a jobbing way Sj.25^S2.50 fi sack.
The inquiry continues moderate.
INDIA BAGGING.-The mamet is tully supplied with
thu. article, and buyers are purchusing only to a limited
extent. Wc quote large lots ut 'JO cents cash, with
some increase m price when time is given. New York
unny Cloth ls held at 26c Dundee Bagging. ? inches.
LS rta. to the yard, is held at30<&35 cents. Sea Is
land Badging. 43 inches wile. 2 lbs. to the yard,
held at 6G&65 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the use of Irou Ties, tho
demand for Rope is very light and prices irregular, and
somewhat nominal at quotations. We quote Hemp at
13S14 cents %> lb. : Greenleaf at 14(5)16 cents, and Jute at
12 cents $ lb.
IXION BANDS AND TIES for Cotton are coming into
use, and DILLON'S Universal fie, WM. ROACH, Agent,
the Arrow Tie, R. Menu & Co., Agents, tho BEARD'S Tie.
GEORGE W. WILLIAMS k Co., Agents, and the WAILEY
Buckle Tie, STREET BROTHER? & Co., Agents, and GOULD
J: MCINTIRE'S Tie, WILLIS k CUISOLM, Agents, are offer?
ed in this market at 10(ail2}? cents fi lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER_Llimited quantities of |
limber and Lumber is coming to hand, and we
quote River Flooring Boards at $13 fl M.; scantling and
Plank sl0(?,12 fl M.: Timber of shipping and good Mill
qualities there is none on the market; common is selling
at $5?0 %1 M. ; aud Citv sawed Lumber is quoted at $21)
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by Rteain, J?d. on Upland
and 1 on Sea Islands ; by sail, 9-sKd. on Upland and ld.
on Sea Islands. To Havre nominal To the West Indies
nothing offeriug. Coastwise-To New York, by steam
Vc 1? lb. on Uplands, and Hfc, on Sea Islands is the
local asking rates. $1 50&$2 *f! tierce on Rice. By sail,
X@,l?c. fl lb on Cotton, and $1(3)1 25 'f. tc cn Rice.
To Boston by steam, lc. fl rh on Cotton and $2 tc. on
Rice; by sail %c. fi rb. on Cotton. To Philadelphia, %e.
fl lb. on Upland Cotton, by steam, and -c. fl lb. by sail.
To Baltimore, by steam, >ic. fl lb. on Cotton, and $1 60
fl tierce on Rice. The Baltimore and Charleston Steam?
ship Company take Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
$1.50 100 lbs.; Bice 55c. $ 100 tbs. To LouisviUe,
Cotton, $1.70 %\ 100 ?ss.; Bice 75c. %1 100 lbs. To St
Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fl 103 lbs.; Rice 85c. fl 100 tbs.,
Thi se steamers take freight through to Philadelphia.
On Lumber, by sail, to New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore-, at tCfc? V M, and on limber $9@10 fl M.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-the rate on Wednesday
was 150 for sixty days bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing Sight
Checks on New York at K off; one to flvo daj s, 1 ?! cent,
off; five to ten days, 1>4 off; ten to fifteen days, l>?off;
fifteen to twenty days, 1% off; twenty to twenty-five
days, 2 fl emt off; twenty-five to tliirty days, 2.Si fl
cent. off. They are selling Sight Checks at par.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at 40 and
soling at 41.
AUGUSTA. November 27.-GOLD-Brokers buying at
139 and selling at 140.
SILVER-Brokers buying at 130 and selling at 133.
SECUarriEs-(ieorgia Railroad Stock sold at 71.
COTTON_This morning there was a good demand, aud
sales were made on a basis of 15c lor New York M'd
dling, but in ihe afternoon nothing was done, and tho
market closed depressed. Sales, 775 bales; receipts, 875
MACON-Smoked Shoulders, 14)? a 16 cents; B. B. sides,
16)? a 17 cents; C. R. Sides, 17 a 17>4 cents; C. Sides, 17S
a 18 cents ; Hams 23 a 25 cents.
CORN.-White, *1 20 a 1 25; Mixed, $1 10 a 1 15. .
WHEAT.-White $3 10 a 3 2u; Red $2 50 a 2 7U.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS. November 23.-COTTON-The move?
ment was resumed to-day with a lair degree ol spirit, aud
factors met the demand freely, but 88 there wus only a
moderate supply offering, the sales did not exceod 2700
bales, while prices were generally easier. We make,
however, no change in our quotations, exceptiug to omit
the outside figures for Good Urdioary, aa loilows: ordi?
nary -; Good Ordinary 15>?; Low Mlddhng 16 a 16?;
Middling 16& ; Strict Middling 17J?.
In giving tue above figures we must add that prices
showed considerable irregularity, and that several small
,ots chan red hands at lower rates. Good Ordinary, for
exampie. sold at 15,'^c. Low .Middling at u fraction under
16, and Middling at 16>?- But 'his was the casu yester?
day ~o well, and the parcels disposed of could barely be
regarded as a lair basis for quotations. Thc market,
nevertheless, was manilestly weaker. Factors met the
demand frei ly, but on the other haud there was consid?
erable competition among buyers, which prevented u
quotable decline. Ihe market was unfavorably affected
by the accounts trom New York, end also by a marked
aechne in Northern exchange.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
stock on hand 1st September, 1867.bales-15,256
Cleared to-day. 3,474
Ue ired previously.66.376- 59,850
Mock on hand and on shipboard. 63,265
The clearances embrace 781 bales for Now York, 609
for Boston, and 2081 tor Havre.
BALTIMOBE, November 20.-COTTON-Tho market
was still lurther deprcssod to-day, and cloded heavy at
luUy ?, cent decline. We rep- rt Bales ol 200 boles Up?
land at 15 -? a 16*? cents, latter tor Middling.
COFFEE-Some litte inquiry Jor Rio, but we hear of
no transactions. Quotatious nomma ly unchanged.
FLOUB-Our market was very .ull to-day; very little
inquiry, and confined to small lots tor local wants. No
quotable cuange in prices, though to effect sales, lower
ngures wo ilo have to be accepted.
uHAIN.-Wheat waa in better leceipt to-day; the offer?
ings amounted to 300u bushels white und 9,BOO bushels
rod. Tho d maud WJS not active, and some of the sam?
ples remained over uu-old. Prices were in favor of buy?
ers at ttie close. We report u salo ol' 100 bushels choice
white at $2 70; 1600 bushels prime and choice red $2 55
s j 60; 1250 bushels good do ?2 42 a 2 48; 1200 bushes
common ?2. Corn-s'oou bushels white and 5500 bush?
els yellow received; (temana inactive, and prices oi the
previous day difficult to realise. Included m thc sales
were 2u0 bushels unto (borninyi at ?135; 8JO bushels
old whue, 500 u<" Western, both at el 32; 140 buancis
Maryland wuite. cut, ?i 3u; 14U0 bu-hu.s new dry do
?1 aft; 8UJ bushels damp do ?1 iii _ 1 Iff; 350 bushes
Western mixed, new, ?1 26; 400 bushels Maryland, new,
si 16 a 1 23. I ats-Western bettor supply; 6630 bushels
received; demand lair, with HJRS OI loud oUbhc-is low
grade al 68 a 71c; 20OO busuels gaod to prime 72 a 74c.
Rye-550 bushels offered; 3uU busnels sold at $1 55.
MOLASSES-stock of cuba Aur, though but very little
of other descriptions. .Nothing dcmg in tho article, and
quota ions nominal.
PROVISIONS-'lue niarkot is without activity in the Hog
product. Some f< w j.>. bing lots of Eacon are taken at
12 a 12V for shoulders; 15 a J5\ eta lor rib Sides, and
clear iib 15-5? a 16c. New city cutid uncovered llama 1?
a 19c. Mess Pora ia held nominally at ?22 50. city is
worth about the same; none offering. Lard is selhug in
jobbing lots at 13c; market quite bare of Western, soire
new buOx .Meut? nave been received, but t . a limited ex?
tent, and in poor quality, prices oi which bavo noi been
DRESSED Hoos-Receipts have tallen o3 on account of
tho mild weatner prevailing tor some days past We
quote tor couu.ry lots ?8 a 9, aa to quality.
RICE-Wa hear ot no sales, but quote Carolina held at
9 a y .Sc, as to quality.
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post of Tuesday, November
The loan market is easy at 7 pee cent. There is little
activity, as this is a broken week, and many persons are
Closing up their business before Thanksgiving. lu the
discount market thcro are uo large offeriugs either ot
local or of outside paper, choice names passing ut 7 a 9.
NEW YORK, November 25.-FLOUR, Atc-The market
for Western and state Flour is more active; the low
?rades oi spring Wheat extras aru firm, but the medium
und high grades are irregular, aud generally lower.
Ihe sales are 84u0 bbl* ai 18 35 a 9 Ou lor suoerfinu
8tate; VJ OJ a 9 su tor Extra state; ?9 90 a lu'^6 bf
laucy State; ?9 25 a 9 75 for thc low grades of spring
Wheat Western Extra; ?9 50 a 10 50 tor shipping Ohio;
$10 60 a 13 lor trade and family br iuds, and ?10 50 a
16 tor St Louis Extras.
Southern Flour is lower and heav"-. Sales of ;.85 bbls
at SJ 35 a ll 65 tor Orama, y to good Extra Baltimore and
country ; $10 40 a 13 ?0 for Extra and Fanuiy Georgia and
Virginia, and $10 60 u 14 20 tor common to choice Extra
and Family MuiyUnu and Delaware.
Oats ure oasier and in moderate demand. The sales
ore 25.U00 bushelb Ohio and Western at 80 a 80 "'"e, afioal.
Rye ls inactive, small i-ales ol Western ut ?1 69 a 1 70.
Corn opt ned steady but closed lower. 'J he inquiry is
more active for export at the concession.
The sales are 65,000 bushels Western mixed at $L 33}., a
1 34 S, in store; ?135 a 136 afiout-closin? at $135 a
1 35 j* ; Jersey yellow at $1 20; W esttru yellow at $1 37
PROVISIONS-l ue Pork market is extremely tl ull and
the only transactions leported are 15u bbls mess in job
lo:.- at ?21.
Holders arc asking about $20 85 a 20 95 cash and regu?
lar for mess, but in the absence of nuttiness rates ure
Lard ia not very activo but is firmly held, and the offer
lnga are moderate.
Sales ol 40.1 bbls and tes at 12>,'c for No 1; 12 ^c for
city; 13H a 1J>4 for lair to prime steam lie.tie rendered,
mostly m ?man lots.
Dei rta-is steady and firm for choice, but dull tor
common We quote aa loilows : Goshen and urangu
county, pails fl tb, 50 a 65 cents. State firkins and tubs,
lair to choice, 42 a 45c; Western Reserve, good to choice,
30 a 3?c; state tubs, Welsh, good to choice, 42 u 44c.
CHEESE- ts dull and prices havo a downward tenden?
cy, shippers are not operating. Wu quote as fol?
lows: sute factory, good lo cuoicc, fl lb, new, il
116c; State fair to good, 13 a 15c; state dairies, choice,
12 a 14c; English dairy, coan., 16 a 17c; English dory,
Ohio, 14 a Iffe; Varmout dairy*, good to choice, 12 a 14c;
pineapple, 18 a 22c; Ohio, lactory, good to choice, 13 a
lie; Ohio daurie?, 14 a 16c
COFFEE-Very little doing at the ruomeut, prices are
COTTON-Ihe market is dull and weak with a declining
tendency. Prices are lower. We quote :
Uplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Ordinary.14 *? 14>? 14J? iff
Low Middling.16l4 IOS 16V, 16>?
Middling.16>? 17 17*?. 17'
Good Middling.17>? 17?i 11% 9
HAT-Is in gool demaud and brm at tu a 85c tor ship?
ping, and $1 20 a 1 50 for retail lots.
MOLASSES-comm n grades are dull, but prime and
choice qualities are firmly hold.
NAVAL STORES-Spirits ot Turpentine is stoady, the
demand moderate. Crude is nommai. Rosins aro
quiet. Wo quote as follows : Spirits of Turpen?
tine, free, per gallon, 54>i a 55c; Spirits of Tur?
pentine, m bond, por gallon, 46e; Crude Turpen?
tine, in bbl-, per 280 tbs.; f4 .V ; Roslus, common
in bbls., per bbl, $3 a 3 25; Rosins, strained, in bbls, per
bbl. $3 87.^ a 3 6o; Rosius, No. 2, in bblK., fi bbl,
?3 60 a 3 75; Rosins, No. 1, in bbls.. fl bbl., $3 87.U a 6;
Rosins, pal-, in bbls., fl bul $.1 50 a 6; Rosins, extra pale,
in bbls., "fi bbl, SU 50 a 7; Rosins, window glass, in
bbls., "fl bbl. $7 2? ab; Tar, North County, in bbls.,
fl bbl , $3 a 3 25; Tar, Wilmington, in bbls., per
bbl, $3 50 a 3 87 S ; Pitch, city, in bbls., fl b. L, S3 75 u
3 87K; Pitch, Southern, in bbls., fl bbl, $3 s7S a 4.
Rift-A moderate jobbiug demand at full pricer.
Sales of Carolina at B>? a SJ^c.
SUGAR-Haw Sugars ure more* active, prices are un?
changed. Sales of Cuba at 12 a 13c Refined are quo ed
at lO^c for hard
WHISKEY-The market is dull. Sales ol 3Z- bbls at 30c
ia bond lor Western.
FREIOITS-To Liverpool, 7000 bushels Wheat at 9d; '
h lid s Tobecco at 30s a 32s Cd; 500 bbls Alcohol at Os, and
30U bales cotton at Sd. To London, by steamer, 4000
boxes Cheese at 60s; and 2U0O three-quarter boxes To
baoco at 4-?. To Bremen, by steamer, 200 bales Cotton at
ls. A British bark to u direct port in Irelauo with 2*>(itl
quarters wheat at 7s.
Kxportx or Klee. Naval Stores aud Lumber
from thc Port of Charleston, from the 1st
September to November '<5S, 1SG7.
N. STORES.] LUMUKU.
Wilmington, N. C..
ii Johns, N B.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BAGGING, fi yard
Dundee. ;*ll (.<* 65
G'"iT>rCloth. '-'0 ? -Tl
BALE ROPE. fl lb-Manilla. '?i 6 25
Western. 13 toi 16
Kew York. - @ -
Ju e. 12>,'@
BREAD, fi ft
Navy. - ? -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Cracker?. 12 @ 18
BRICKS, fl M. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAN, fl 100 lbs. 33 ? -
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinarv to Good Ordinary. - W -
Low Middling. - ? -
Middling to Strict Middling. - ? -
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland. - Cai -
CANDLES, fi ft-Sperm. 28 @ -
Adamantine. 22 (ai 25
Tallow. ? ? 20
COFFEE, fl ft-Rio. 24 ? 30
Laguayra. 2* f *
jBva. ? *5
co?D^c?,*^'ft-Msiiiiia;;;;;;.*.'. - #. -
Tarred American. 26 ?
CORN MEAL, fi bbl. 6-00 ? -
COAL, fl ton-Anthracite. 9-50 OIP-OO
COPPER. 1* ft-Sheet.I 68 O 60
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lbs. 75.00 g ~~
Phoenix Guano. 66 .00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, fi 2000 fte... 60.00 @ -
Rhode?' Phosphate, fi ??OOO fts... 65.00 ? -
Mapes'SupcrPhosphate,? 2000 ft| 65.00 ? -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. C5-00 ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphotc of Lime..- 65.00 @ -
FISII-Co?, fi 100 ftK. 7,00 ? 9.00
Herring, fi box. *5 @ 80
Mackerel, No. 1, fi half bbl.11-00 ?11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, fi half bbl.10-00 ?10.50
Mackerel, No. 3, ? bbl.. - ? -
Mackerel, No. L by kits. - ? -
No. 2. - ? -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, ? 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? 60
FLOUR, fl bbl-Super.11.00 ? -
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?12.50
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
Family.14.00 ? -
FRUITS-Prunes, fi ft. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. 10 ? 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. R., fi box. 4.00 ? 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.50 ? 6.60
Oranges. - ? -
Lemons, fi box.16.00 ?17.00
ULA SS, fi box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 5.60 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.50
French. 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, fi bushel.I 86 ? -
Western Oats, fi bushel. - ? -
Corn, ? bushel. 1.40 ?1.65
Beans, fl bushel. 2.00 ? 3.00
(IA}', fi cwt,-North River. 1.30 ? -
Eastern. 1.35 @ -
HIDES-Dry, fi ft. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-f ft. 1.00 ? 1.75
IRON-Refined, ? ft. 07 ?0 07
Swede.I 09 ? 10 j,
LATHS, fl M. 4.00 ? .60
LIME-She?, fl bbl. - ? -
South Carolina. 1.50 ? -
Rockport.I 2.00 ? 2.26
Cement. 2.75 ? 3.50
Plaster Paris. I 4.00 ? 4.60
L UMBER, fi M. leet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.0o ?65.00
White Pb;e, good run.38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Tine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00
Grooved and Tongued.... 28.00 (oi32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, fi ft. - ) -
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado. 66 @ 65
Sugar House. 60 ?1.00
New Orleans. 75 ? 82
NA VAL STORES, fi bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch.j - ? -
Rosin. Pale. '1.50 ? 6.00
Boam, No. 1. 3.26 ? 3.60
Rosin, No. 2. 3.00 ? -
Rosin. No. 3. '1.75 ? 2.85
Snintx Turpentine, fi gallon. 60 tm -
: Un ii m <M ID. 1? fat -
NAILS-American, 4@20d, fi keg. 5.60 ?7.00
American Wrought. - @ -
Lathing. 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, fi ft. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 fi -
Spikes. 12 ? 16 .
OHS- Lard, fl gallon. 1.40 0)1.46
Unseed, fi gallon. 1.64 <?> 1.C0
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 2.96 (gi -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. I.), fi gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, fi dozen.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, fi gallon. 62 ? 64
Benzine, fi gabon. 60 ? -
PROVISIONS-Beet, mess, fi bbl.16.00 ?30.00
Beef, prime.14.00 ?16.00
Pork, mess.'.?8.00 ? 42
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fift. - ? -
Bacon, Sides. 16 ? 16?
Bacon. Shoulders. 14 (iii -
Bacon, Strips. - @ -
Lard, in keg. 12?? 16
Butter. 30 ? 46
Cheese. 15 (a} 64
Potatoes, fi bbl. 4.00 ? -
Onions.I 4.00 ? -
Apples. ?-00 ? 9.00
PAINTS-White Lead, fl ft. 10 ? 16
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.? 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, fi ft 12 (gt -
RICE-Carolina, fi ft. 8 ? 9
East India. - ? -
SLATES-American, fi square.12.60 fal -
SHINGLES, fi M. 7.00 (a) 8.10
White Pine, first quality.12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fi sack. 1.75 (gi 2.50
Liverpool, fine. - (fl? -
SOAP- Har, fi lb. ll ? 16
STARCH, fi ft. 10 ? 12
SPICHS, fi ft-Cossu?. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ? -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 ? 60
Race Ginger. 30 (ai -
SPIRITS, fi gallon-Alcohol. 6.00 ? 6.00
Brandy, Cognac. | 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, nomestic. 8.00 ? 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.76 to; 6.ou
Gm, Am encan. 8.60 ? 3.76
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E. 2.60 ? 3.00
Whiskey. Bourbon. 3.00 ? 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUGAR, fi ft-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 (gi 18^
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. 10?? 17
Loaf. 18 (a) 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 16
Muscovy' . 13 ? 16
SEGA RS- Domestic manufacturo, fi M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, fi lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? -J.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.50
Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.60 (a) 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.75
TOBACCO, fi ft, as per quality. 40 ? 1.50
TIMBER-Ucvm Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - ? -
Poplar. - ? -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.16.00 ? -
I X Roofing Plate.(17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plate', 10x14.16.60 ? -
1 X Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plato, 14x20. 16.60 ? -
Block Tin, fift. 40 ? -
TWINE-CoVan, fi ft. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH-Bright, ft gaUon. 25 ? -
Parafine. - ? -
VINEGAR-Whito Wine, fl gallon. ?0 ?
Cider. 30 ? -
French. 1.00 ? 1.26
WINE, fi gallon-Port. 2.60 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.26 ? 6.00
Sherry. .. 2.25 ? 6.00
Claret, fi case. 6.00 ?13.60
Champagne, fi basket. 25.00 ?30.00
ZINC-Sheet, fl ft. 26 to) 27
Comparative Exports or Cotton, from thc
Port ol Charleston.
SEA ISLAND. I UPLAND.
Other Bntish Ports.
Total to Great Bntain.
Other French Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North ol' Europe.
South of Europe,
est Indies, Ac.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island. Ac.
Baltimore and Norfolk_
?.'cw Orleans, Ac.
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports.
PRASES op THE ?tuuN.
First (j. <th, lob. 7m. morn I LastQ.'l8th,llh.40m.morn
Full M. 11th. Th. SOJII. even j New M. 25th,llb. 41m, even
PORT OF CHARLE STO S .
British bark Pawnee. Anker. Liverpool-53 days. Salt.
To R T Walker.
Ship R H Tucker, Rundlett, Wiscassett, M.-ll days
Haw l o the Master.
Bremen bark Gauss. Wietiug, Bremen-49 days, and
40 days from the Lizzard. Assorted Cargo. To G- o A
Hoplev A Co, Claeius A: Witte, J Campsen A Co, Bollmanu
Bros. Prof C A Sheppard, F Eoldewey, JCH Claussen,
G W Dingle, C Pincknoy. Dr Barman, M H Kappelman,
?I Meyer, R Bulman, J Rugheimer. Marjenhoff, R
Steunier City Point. Adkins, Palatka, via Fern?n
dins, Jacksonville and Savannah. 118 bales Cotton, 31
bbls Oranges, Ac. To Ruvenel A Co, J D Aiken A Co,
Be<rwitb 4; KN G, W Bryce A Co. Cohen, Hanckel A Co,
Fraser A DUI, Hunt Bros, G H Iugraham A Son. J A J D
Kilpatrick, W M > awtou, O Reeder, Pinckney Bros, lt
O Pinckney. J R Pringle, W B Williams. Williams A Co.
Steamer Fannie, Peck, Savannah via Blufflon, Hil?
ton Head and Beaufort, 30 bales and 2 pockets Cotton,
Mdze. Ac. To J Ferguson, Ravenel s: Co, B WMcTu- J
reoua. W H Sbeper. W Harrison. M Gol?smlth k Son. H
3ourdln. Street Broa k Co. Mrs A Casey. W G Holmes,
Southern Express Co.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Bates, New York-Courtenay k
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Monoka, Shackford, New York.
Steamship Matanzas, Ryder, New York.
Steamship Gulf Stream, Batea, Now York.
Steamship George B Upton, Rich. Boston.
Steamship Falcon. Reed, baltimore.
British bark Artistic, True, BriBtol, Eng.
Brig J W Drisko, Eaton, Buckavllle, S C.
Sehr Lilly, Salford, Baltimore.
Behr Samuel Caatner, Robinson, New York.
Sehr J W Allen, Deane. New York.
Sehr Althea, Smith, New York.
Sehr M E Taber, Morris, Wilmington, N C.
Sehr F B Colton, Robinson, Wilmington, N C.
Sehr L A Edwards, Marshall, Wilmington, N C.
Sehr A H Edwards,-, New York.
From thU Fort.
Spanish brig Marcelina, Sunol, Bare, lona, Nov 9.
Up for this Fort.
Sehr Mary Fletcher, -, at New York, Nov 25.
Sehr Hurlstone, Horn, at New York, Nov 26.
Sailed for this Port.
Steamship Alliance, Eelly, from Philadelphia, Nov 27.
. Memoranda. ,
The names of passengers per Bremen bark Gauss,
from Bremen, will be found under our local head.
Ship Galena, Denton, from Charleston, has been
wrecked at Tabasco ; no date or particulars given. She
registered 793 tons, new measurement, waa built in New
York in 1846, and owned there by W k A Nelaon.
The steamer St Louis, supposed to have been off this
Bar. was not in sight yesterday.
LIST UK VESSELS
UP, OLEABED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
F O B E 1 G N .
The Skjold, Albrechtsen, up.Oct 29
Nor bark Ejellestadt, Werge, cleared.Oct 18
The Hakon Adelstetu, Backer, up.Sept 14
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
The Competitor, Turner, up.:.Oct 4
Sehr Nicanor. -, sailed.Nov 14
Sehr E B Glover, Ingersoll, up.Nov 9
Ship St Louis, Hubbard, cleared.Nov 14
Brig Susan E Voorhis, Fulford, cleared.Nov 20
Sehr Americus, Terry, cleared.Nov 24
Schi- B N Hawkins, Wyatt, up.Nov 16
Scbr Harriet Newell. Gould, ap.Nov 13
Sehr Mary Fletcher,-, up.Nov 16
Rehr Harlstene, Horn, up.Nov 26
Steamship AUiance, Eelly. sailed.Nov 27
Sehr Wide World, Hildreth, cleared.Nov 16
Sehr W W Pharo, Abeu, cleared.Nov 22
Sehr Shiloh. Hubbard, up.Nov 16
LIST OF SHIPPING*
In the Port of Charleston, NOT. ?8,18G7.
VESS8EL8 UNDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf, tor
New York, loading.Courtenay k Trenholm
Saragossa, 778 tons, Crowell, at Vanderhorst wharf, for
New York, loading.Bavenel k Co
Pioneer (Br), - tous, Nhackford, at AtlanUc '-uart", for
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith k Co
Miami, 1054 tons, McLaughlin, at Atlantic wharf, for
New York, loading.Jno & Theo Getty
Chat lotte. 1100 tons, Spear, In the Stream, for Liver
erpool, ready.WU Smith k Co
Mary O^deii, OSO tons, Coldrey, at AtlanUc wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.W B Smith St Co
Charleston (Br), C78 tons, Morley, at Boyeo k Co's
wharf, lor Liverpool, loading.R Mure k Co
R H 1 ucker, Kundle tt m the M treu LU. (rom Wiscassett,
Me, just arrived.Master
The Queen (Br), 698 tons, McNsb, at Yanderborst's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.B Mure k Co
Chattanooga, 50C tons, Freeman, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.W B 8mith k Co
Tavid McNutt (Br), 602 lona, MoElhonny, at Bovce k Co's
wharf, from Halifax, N s, waiting.B Mute k Co
Liverpool (Br), 690 tons, Grce no, st Boyce k Co's Wharf,
tr. m Halifax, wai trug.R Mure A Co
Tecumseh (Br), 635 ton?, Sponagle, at Vauderhorst wharf,
from Liverpool, waiting.Bavenel & Co
Franz (Russiau), 219 tons, Wallen, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, from stockholm, discharging.
.J M Fredsberg
Camila (Span), 169 tons, Mertres, at Brown k Co's whan,
for Barcelona, loading.WP Hall
John o fe. 711 tons. Luce, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver?
pool, loading.Willis k Chisolm
Yum uri (Br), 471 tona. Luce, at Vanderhorat's wharf,
from Liverpool, discharging.Bavenel U Co
Pawnee, - tons. Anker, at Boyce & Co'* wharf, from
Liverpool, discharging.RT Walker
Gauss (Bremen), - tons, WeiUng, at Atlantic wharf,
from Bremen, discharging.GA Hopley k Co
Leonidas, - tona, Howard, at AUantic wharf, tor Liver
paol, loading.Risley A Creighton
Henry Laurens, 117 tons, Borden, at Union wharf, tor
Ctenfuegos, waiting.Risley k Creighton
Potomac, 146 tons, Snow, in tho Stream, for a Northern
Port, ready.W Boach
Georgia, 285 tons, Holt, in Ashley River, fe r Baltimore,
loading.HF Baker k Co
Josie A Devereaux, 391 ton?, Clark, at Brown A Co's
wharf, for Boston, loading.Street Bros k Co
C V Williams, 327 tons, Thompson, at Central wharf,
from Georgetown, D C, discharging.
.HF Baker k Co
Two Brothers, - tons, Butler, in tho Stream, from the
Isle Rodondo, just arrived.Master
Fannie, 155 tons. Trader, in the Stream, from Navassa,
just arrived.HF Baker k Co
Shannon, - tons. Sawyer, at Atlantic wharf, for Havre,
W G Dearborn, 289 tons, Scull, at Central wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading.HF Baker A Co
Ocean Traveller, - tons, Adams, at Central wharf, from
New York, waiting.H F Baker k Co
D F Reeling, - tons, Hubbard, at Brown k Co's wharf,
from Baltimore, waiting.Street Bros k Co
Curtis i ilton, 246 tons, Somers, in Ashley River, for
Philadelphia, loading.HF Baker k Co
LUly, - tons, Francis, at Adger's wharf, for New York,
Maggie McNeill, 276 tons, Snow, at Brown k Co's wharf,
for New Orleans, loading.T Tupper k Sons
L Q C Wishart, 228 tons, Mason, at Union wharf, for
Boston, loading.Risley k Creighton
N W Smith, 295 tons, Tooker, al. Adger's wharf, from
New York, discharging.W Roach
Carne S Webb, 196 tons, Worthington, at Union wharf,
irom New York, discharging.. Courtenay k Trenhohn
H A Hunt, 338 tons. Compton, at Central wharf, for
Boston, loading.H F Baker k Co
J N Wilson, 171 tons, Somers, Marsh's wharf, for Phil?
adelphia, loading.HF Baker k Co
Myrover, 417 tons, Hughes, at Adger'a wharf, from New
?ork, discharging.W Roach
James Young, 261 tons, Wilson, at Kerr's wharf, for
Now Orleans, loading.Bisley A Creighton
Lill) PENCIL COMPANY,
Factory, Hudsot? City, N. J.
WHOLESALE SALES KOO.)!
NO. ?M JOHN STREET, NE IV YORK.
ALL STYLES AND GRADES OF LEAL PENCIL:
ot superior quality aro manufactured and otfercG
tm . !5lr tc.rra8 10 the Tradfc- The Pnhhe aro invited
fm to give- the AMERICAN- LEAD PENCIL the pre
THE PENCILS ARE TO BE HAD AT ALL THF
fe? PRINCIPAL .STATIONERS AND N >. ION
ASK FOR THF. "AMERICAN LEAD PENCIL. "
SHEFFIELD SCIENTIFIC SCHOOL, )
ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT, J
YALE COLLEGE, November 16, lntitt. J
I have always recommended the Faber Polysradt
Lead Pencils as the ouly pencils fitted for both ornamen?
tal and mathematical drawing; but, after a thorough
trial of the American Polygrade Lead Penoiln, man
Ufarlnred by the American Lead Pencil Company, New
York, I rind them superior to any pencil lu use, even to
the Faber or thc old English Cumberland Lead' Pencil
bein:; a superior pencil for sketching, ornamental and
mi chankal drawing, and all the ordinary UFOS of a lead
These pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead; even the sottest penetis hold the point well
they are all that ca;, bc desired in a pencil. It gives me
great pleasure to be able to ass-u-e Americans that they
will no long-r be compelled to depend upon Germany or
un; other toreigu market tor pcuc? ls.
Professor or Dr J fing, AC.
ALL PENCILS ABE STAMPEO:
?5T- "AMERICAN LLAD PKNCIL CO. N Y "
Noue genuine without tu- exact name ol the Brm
louktoU- December 13
The Sumter News.
DARR dr ?STEEN, Proprietors.
PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. AT SUMTER. S. ('
Subscription $4.00 per annum. To Clubs ot tom
13.00 per annum.
Advertiseinrnts inserted on liberal terms.?
MOW IS YOLTRITMB !
toves so Cheap
THAT IT WILL.
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
e Cheapest Stove Store Between the
Potomac aud the Rio Graude !
LAKUE ASSORTIMENT OF HALL, FAR?
AND COOKING STCVLS. SHEET ?HON, LEAD.
D AND COPPER, LEAL AND IRON PIPE, GRATES
I GRATE TRIMMINGS.
N ROOFING AND PLUMBING WORK ATTENDED TO
1H0RT NOTICE, AT
LOAMS, DAMON & CO.,
No. 16 Broad Street
CAMERON, BARKLEY & CO.,
No. 150 MEETING STREET,
DEALERS IN EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL.
CIRCULAR SAW AND GRIST MILLS
BOLTS, NUTS AND WASHERS
BAR AND SHEET IRON AND CAST STEEL OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
GUM AND LEATHER BELTINGS
LACING LEATHER AND BLAKE'S PATENT BELT STUDS
GUM and HEMP PACKING
PAINTS, OILS AND VARNISHES
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS
SPERM, LARD AND PETROLEUM OILS
BRASS AND IRON, SINGLE AND DOUBLE-ACTING FORCE AND LIFT PUMPS
No. 150 MEETING STREET.
PATENT liMVERSAL COTTON TIE ANO IRON HOOPS.
THIS TIE IS NOW 3-EN ER ALLY A DO P.TED
THIS TIE, WITH THE HOOF COMPLETE, WEIGHS NO MORE ,THA\ THE USUAL
ROPE, and renders an allowance for tare unnecessary ; the ONLY TIE REQATIRING NO SLACK WHILE
PUTTING ON, and is so perfect that tho necessity for heavy Hoops is entirely obviated. Can be sold by the POUND
OR TON as cheaply as the heavy Hoops and less perfect Ties. Each Tie ls warranted perfect. The Iron Tie ls en
titroly superseding'the use of Rope, on account of its combination of ad van tagon, its simplicity and economy, while
its preservation of the Cotton when baled, from destruction by Fire, both ir? WBffehoueo and on shipboard, render?
its security to Insurance Companies a matter for consideration.
FOE SALE, IN LARGE OR SMALL CJUANTITIES, BY
WILLIAM ROACH, Agent tor South Carolina.
Foi- the Handkorcliief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFILE, Distilled from the Rare and
])ef,K?ifi\l Flower from wbjch it takes ita name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON A SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK Fon PHALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WI1MM & CO.,
Jan miry 21 mthlyr
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867. J
[GENERIL OBDEIIS, NO. 116.]
Tho Sheriffs of tho respective Counties and Districts
of North aud South Carolina will cause to be prepared
copies of the tax lists for their respective Counties or
Districts, noting thereon all delinquent tax payers, and
forward the same t^uga post Commanders to these
The expeose ol preparing such copies will be audited
md paid as a County or District charge, a? the ease
By command of Bvt Mujor-General En. R. S. Cam.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC.
Ajde-de-Camp, Act'g. Ass't. Adj't. Geu'l.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-Camr.
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867, J
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 117.)
IN ORDER T J CONFORM TO THE PROVISIONS OF
jcneral Orders No. 95, Commanding Officers of Posts
ire authorized, wheu tn their judgment demanded by
he public service, to require, by order, the services ot
ltizens to perform the duties usually performed by
.oadmasters and overseers ol' highways. lu conformity
with the existing usage, such sci vices will receive no
:ompeusatiou. Any person failing to obey the orders ot
he Post Commander In the premises, will be subjected
o the same pains and pen-itles as are now provided by
aw in the case of the neglect or refusal of a roadmaster
ir overseer of highways to perform the duties of such
By command ot Evt. Major-Geueral ED. R. S. CANST.
LOUIS V. CAZIABC.
Aide-de-camp, Acfg Assisiing Adjutant-GeneraL
Official: O. M. MITCHELL, Aide-de-camp.
GREAT HEALTH RESTORATIVE
BALM OF LIFE!
FOR ALL WHO ARE CO.VSUMPTITB, OR
ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO ANY IRRITA?
TION OF THE LUNGS, WHETHER THE
COUGH HAS BERN OP LONG CONTIN?
UANCE. OR OP RECENT ORIGIN.
??IWM ELIXIR SPEW
HAS RAPIDLY DISTINGUISHED ITSELF FOR ITS
wonderful restorative Pjjd curative qualities. Un?
der its stimulative influence, and by its penetrative
agency, this health invigm sting cordial excites a general
beneficial reaction, and. disperses the Impermeable ob?
structions which prevent access to other remedias.
While gradually re?o/.log the accompanying co-J o trie ti on
which attends the malady, it reproduces the essential
warmth and elastic vigor of the respiratory vessels,
which, by thia remedial combination, promotes the heed?
ing process by which relief and cure is effected.
Hemorrhages are arrested and cured, with every other
As neither narcotic nor emetic properties of any idsd
are employed in this Pul mom c Compound, and tue most
assiduous attention given to the quality ard medical
value of each component article which -ouar cute it, it ia
confidently and conscientiously reconuntmded for ita
safety and reliability, without restricci?n In generous?
wholesome diet, or apprehension of renewed cold front
For sale wholesale and retail by the Proprietress, Mrs.
CECILIA HODitlGUES, northwest corner of MEETING
AND SOCIETY STREETS, and al the Druggists.
PRICE ?INGLE BOTTLE tl.ys.
November 12_ lyr
THE BENNETTS VILLE JOURNAL
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
Bennetts ville, S. C., in the eastern portion of the
State, by STUBBS A LITTLE, Proprietors, and offer
superior inducements to Merchants and all others who
wish to extend their business in this section of thc Pee
Dee country. We respectlully solicit the patronage ct
our Charleston friends.
Terme-$3 per annum, invariably in advance. Adver
tisements inserted ot very reasonable rates. _July ?
I'S PUBLISHED WEEELY AT NEWBEFRY C. H.. AT
L $3 per annum, and, having a large circula?oa
through all the upper and lower Districts oi the sute,
affords great advantage to adveruscrs.
Rate? tor advertising very reasonable-for which appl?
to our Agent. Mr T. P. SLIDE.:, at UM MIES House.
fJtCS, ? 4i V. ll. taUENEKER.
THE ORANGEBl'RG S Pi WS,
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
?rangebi rg. S. C. Tenus ti per annum, in ad?
juring the > .iring and fall seasons extra copies of tba
ilBANOEBr/KO >EWS will be circulated lor the benefit of
i ur advertisuu.' patrons.
Contract Ad'.erusementa inserted on the most liberd
eSs. Add?-. ' SAMUEL DIBBLE.
Lditor Orungeburg News,
February Vi_"rmavimre-. s
THC TIU'WEKKLY SEWS,
PUBLISH JD IN WINNSBORO' S. C.. AFFORDS A
profits ole medium for the advertising public ot
.'harlestor . , . .
We ref ,?cthilly solicit their patronage for our mutua*, I
*enel'" PAILLARD, D?SPORTES-S WILLIAMS, ?
>o 'ember lu