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THE DAILY STEWS.
MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1-07.
Tho sharp rat tot -tba po.-t has ooruo I
Tidings aro hov of friend! long parted;
To s-uia o.' hope and joy-lo soaio
Thc news lila', leaves- ttioni broken-hearted.
That liei ) o: letton Which ho boars
Wno knoAs what desftniwi aro ia ii?
SOROW aud lau.^hwr, niirtti and tear-:
Tho post-some bless, san e curso tho minuto.
Bat li thc f. o caa tell ono au?ht.
Ono 8oarc:iv now need bo atraid-he
Tho best ot' good nowa mast have brought
To yonder brigat-eyed smiling lady.
Good news, good uew3 has come, *tib plain
Is 1. f- om sister, brotuer, cousin?
Or is ii from so . e sighing swain ?
Lovers she ba? at least u dozen.
What words precisely writ aro thcro
One ncaa not now stay to discover;
Beside, it would not qui'o bu fair
Tho reader's shi uider to peep over.
Enough proclaim th se ^ l?stenme eyes
The poetan* u nero has oi ought a treasure;
And if at times my .ad., s gh>,
'Xisnot ia sorrow, but pure pleasure.
We'll leavo her hero alono to road
To gloat ia secret o'er aer lotter;
Her look -what or 'ts momo-concede
It o.'U.d uot won bo any ba.ter.
Or, as wo ino-iiioned *'themu'' aoove,
?Wi. s mply OJ'J . oa sa^gesdoa-j
It is not uur. quited love,
And so we may dlamias tho question.
PRUCEEULVuS OF COUNCIL.
COUNCIL CHAKBKB December -, 1867.
Present-Tue Mayor, and Aldormen Ravonel,
Wragg, G?rais, Small, 0 Nein, Willis, Stojunever,
Olney, Oaaes, HJUJUT, Alarsuall, Enstou, Whdden,
Cosgrove, Couruaiay, Pnugiu, aud Butler-18.
Tho Miuuius of tue last ineetiug were read and
The Mayor stated that he had called this meet?
ing to report to Council that the office ot City As?
sessor had bocoiuu vacant iu consequence of the
inability ol thu gentleman recently elected to quali?
fy by taking tho oath proscribed by the Act oi Con?
gress of 18J2, which was required of him by the
Ho tiLo siautd mat tho General requested Coun?
cil io ruco inicua some one t him for appointment
to tuat old J J wuo uouid qualifV, and aa soveral per?
sons uad oceu named as suiuo.e, wno Could do so,
he wou.d suggest tnat Ccaucd suouid proceed by
badji to ?elect irom among the names presented
to ilium, oue to bo recommended to tao Command?
ing Go..eral tor ? ppouitiuout.
THO Mayor tuon proceeded to read the names of
thu louO.vug oursons wno WcW rocommeuded for
tue appjuitwuut, viz: Samuel Kinguiau. Esq., W.
N. Esq., aaa Tylco, ?uu'r. H a.eo in?
quired il auy oi tue Aldermeu had any other
names to suutmt-whereupon
Alderman Wunden nomiuated Mr. Jacob F
Alderman Ravenel moved that Council proceed
by baiiot (J uo itiiatfl a suitable persou out ot tun
namoa buuoiated, to rocomuicud to tue Com?
manding oe .arjd fur appointment Carried.
Council piococ ded D.. OA io: io nominate, when
on counting tue voioa Mr. W. N. Hughes was re
portea tu naving received a majority of the votes
ino fodovring communication was referred to
the Special Cowiui.tee ou tue Fire Department.
CHARLESTON, Decemuer ?, 1867.
Eon. Ma^Or and A.. ermeu:
(jgNTi.KMKN : I woul? respectfully iniorm your
houoiao.e OOdy, ta-t oa tue nrsi uay of Ja-?uur\
next, tue uousu now used for tn? protectiou ol our
steauier is to be given up tu thu owners. As it
will bj a nord mailor for us i > obtain a desirable
locaron alter tuat time, 1 desire to oriug to yon
attention t^e lact tuat tue Chariestou Fire Com
?auy have organized theuiaeivea into a Hook and
Kider Company, sanctioned by Councd and tue
Board of jMro Alasteis. 'Trna cuanire wal necessi?
tate a chraige of locatio.. on the part ol said com'
pany, for thia reason : there ia no v a Hook and
Ladder Company ia the Lower Wards, and it wid
be necessary io nave the other in tho Upper Warda.
Tuero wm be no d.fficuity ui obtaining a houso in
thu U, p.r Warda, us the eily, aoine years ago,
bunt a douolo uouse, one t art ?aa used by the
Hook and Ladder Company then organ.zed, aud
the otuer o. tuu vS'aaumgton F.re Company. The
former compauy nave bueu diabat ded for nui.j
years, consequently tue nouse ia vacant, and cm
be used at any time as originally contemplated.
Being fully impressed that your honorable body
have lull authority ami control ol the property
used by tues.- eompauiea, and <% chango being ne?
cessary, together wita tue change to take piace
with my company as above stated. I hereby make
application for the house in Went worth-street,
now used by tue Charleston Fire Company, in tho
event ol their being removed to the Upper Wards
1 have tue honor very respectfudy to De,
Your obedient aervaut,
E. D. ENSTON,
President Steam Fire Company ot Axnien
Alderman Priuglu caded tho anent .on ol' Council
to tho condition of St. Michael's Clock, and stated
that it is very much out of repair, and offered tho
following resolutions, which were adopted:
Besoictd, that mo annual appropriation for paj?
ina the Keeper ol St. Micnael'a Clock De discou
Htsuoea, That tho Special Committee appointed
Borne tune ago to examino and report on the con?
dition oi tho ciock bo authorized to advertise for
estimates for putting the same in good outer, and
to report to Cou..eil.
Adjourned. W. H. SMITH,
Clerk ol Council
NEW YORE-Per steamship Manhattan-37 bags 9 I and
303 bale? Upland Cotton, 59 tierces Klee, M osles Do?
me, tics and Yarns, HU sacks and 6 bbls Ground
peas, 121 ackager .Pc steamship saragossa-166
balee > I and 1:2 bales Uplaud Cotton. 9J tierces
Rice, ll bales Torn, iS2 Packages.
BALTIMORE- Per eteam^uip rale?n-258 t-erces Rice.
246 bales Cotton, li pao&age* Hide* and ?ki..s, 31
bale* Bags, s balsa Rope cuttings, 16 tierces Bose
Pnosphato trun Ashley Biver, 88 Packages.
The Ch? neston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF CHE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, |
( Hiiu.Liio:>. ralurday Evening, Decemb - ii, 1867. I
Prices were firmer early m the da>, nd la some
transa tions barde .ed ;'-ii. $ lb., but news of a decline
at Liverpool caused the improvement to lost, and the
rates clos.d at tho quotation- ot the day beforo. Sales
370 balee-eay 17 at 13; iS at 13? ; 6 at 13? ; lt at 13? ;
18 at 13*; 45 at li; I: at 14?; 16 at li? ; 34 at 14? ; 26
at 14*; 66 ot 14*. and 41 a Up, We quote:
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.13 (3133X
Low Middling.1* ?14 V
Strict Middling.16 (g,
Savannah Weekly Market.
SAVANNAH, Deoember 13.-COTTON-Our last weekly
report gave the fobowiug os the ciosiug prices:
Cu od Oidinary.14 @
Low Mlduhng. 1**@
On Fri .av buyers were out earlier than usual, causing
the m rket to open strong, holders seeming disposed to
demand a mrther advance on the sti eiiuth of a good Liv?
erpool market. There was a tl rm market on Sa.urdsy,
but without any advance.
Tuero was but hide business done on Monday, tho
marie, dosing quiet at ; orin er quotations. Tuesday was
dull, aa tu VJ. s w rc inc i .ed to lOllow New Y rk oiMsifl
canon, while factors held up to Liverpool stylos, lhere
was but htiie uoce, and the market closed very dud and
On Wednesday the mar et opened with a fair mqmry,
but at reduced pnces. Un avorable advices from Now
York led beider-, to acoedo te tue views of ouycrs in many
case?, but sales were comparatively fight and st irregu?
There was a fair inquiry this morning, but factors
were not d.>pos d to sdi at prices offered, until th- n ws
from Liverpool and Now York, received in the course of
tho day, showing a depressed condltiou ot bot. markets,
caa-ett th.m o give way, resin lng iii sales ut lower
fi ure s than at the opening. Tue demand has been
piincipjlly tor ihe better gicles, lower ones having boon
'lh- market has been somewhat irregular, rendering it
?Ufficu tto give correct quotations. Low Middlings are
held at 13*c; Miadiings at Ul.'o, and btriet Middlings
The sales today have been as follows: 32 boles at
12X: 91 at 13; 1?4 at 3?; 220 at 13?; 'JJ at IS*; 367 at
14; 113 a 14?; IA at 14?; 9a at 14*. and 15 at 16?c
lota! ales 1499 baies. Total sa.es tor the week fit>12
SKA .SLANDS.-Long staple is in good demand, result,
iog in sa.es tor thu weca ot over 300 bales, at prices
ranging rroai 28 to 75c.
BT?XEMIKT or GOCTOK.
?. /. Upl'd.
Stock on band september 1st, 1867. 132 611 /
Received since Dec. 5. 6S7 18,418
Received iroviousiy... . H35 152,953
Total. 2994 170,082
Exported Ince Dec. S.-i00 11,674
Lxportod previously.1041 117,lt-8 1141 128,843
Stock Dec. 12 . 663 43,140 c
LCUBER AND 1 ziiBER.-i hsro have been no arrivals
during th week, although buyers seemed anxious co
take up rafts at p> ices offered by holders. No shipments
of either Lumber or limber were made during the past <
KicE -There have bern but light tales of Rough at
il 50a 1 75. Cl au remains ut 8?as?c, with a light de?
mand. Tho shipments tor tho pa^t week have been i ut '
266 casks, of which 124 were sent to Philadelphia aud 132
to N*w York. ;
Sax.x.-NV e qu c te ia large lots from v? h;> rf at 81 70al 75. j
and by the cor load at SI 30. A cargo, it put on the mai-- '
ket, would con in aaa lower ?gure?.
FBSIOBTS.-v.'c quote i ot ton dull to Liverpool at ?d 1
for sailiTiK vereis KT .-quaru 1 aies auo yi tor round. *
Through rates b\ steam, via New York, are *d for square
and ld for round bales, 'lho New York steam>hi|>s have
rednccu their rates to ?e lor Upi. nds und *c for .?ea
Island. Ireh.ht-by steamship to Philadelphia ore ?c
for Colton, 76c lor Domestics and il 60 for luce. Bain- L
moie lh ?c on i ot iou, and other articles at Philadelphia
rates. Freights by ssl. iug Vissels aro dui! sui nominal,
there heit g but Utt e oflerii;g. limber and Lumber ar?
dull to Northern perts at ?8a?.
WILMTNGTON, December 14.-TVUPZNTTKE-Prices
are unchanged, .-ak s ?\ r,65 bbl?, at s2 so tor ?ott. and
tl 60 lor h trd. 280 lbs.
smrrs TcaPENTiNt-Marko: quiet, and ealss of onlv
60 bbla at 46c f* galiou.
In l.osin no lansactions have been reported.
Tan-'Jnly 48 b?,ia sold to-day at ?2 ^ bb .
COTTON-saies ot 5'i bales at 13 c:s V* lb for Lo<v Mid
dung und Middini?.
TIHBEB-Five R,.t8 changed hands at $5 for inferior
M 7Sa7 SOT ordin?r.-, one; $8aS 75 for fair mill.
New Orleans Market.
NEW OBLEANS, December 10.-COTTON.-The sales
to-day embraced 2410 Lah s at an irr. gular deebne of ?a
?c. We row quote urcinary at 18?al3?c; Cool O ca?
nary atl4*al4?e; Lo > Middlmg ut 14*al5c; Mid'uing
if rr*lv??j Bulct MiddLng at -altte, and coot. Mid
diing at 16?a-c.
ihedeamein ..old tho consequent lalUng off in For.
v'\ rnZSSS? Kdi dtic0??iru>g accounts from New
York, co.nbhud to depIt8g pr.ct.Tatid create an uiearv
feehng which induced factors to meet the demand free
ly, even st the reduced Ugur? ctrered by^m. M?y
purchasers ut the same time withdrew, anticipating that
iu thc unsettled condition ot the niarkot, and tho probo
b.lity ot' there being a larger BUprIv to-morrow, they
would be enabled to operate thou ot still lower figures,
aonce tho limitad amount of bu-iuess es noted ubivo.
Prices worn not only unsettled and lower, but very ir
riyidar. SaleBof Low Middling wera reported at 14?-4c.
ind of Middling at i5:"c- Thc aalea of the past three
lays mun np ou.y 975 I bales. Thc receipts prop r since
friday evening exclu inc tho arriv li iroui Mobile,
Florida an 1 1? xas, amount to 13,2Co bales, against
11,448 during thc correspoudiug period lase week show
h g an bu crease of 1815 boles. The exerts co prise
15,133 t ole*, including 7102 to Liverpool. 3031 to Havre,
?118 to Barcelona, 74 to Boston, and 817 to New York.
STATEMENT OK COTTON.
stock ou hand September 1st, ISO*.bales-15,250
Cloarcd to-day. 5,628
Stock on hand and on shipboaid. 83,131
Thc exports,embrace 19J7 biles for Liverpool, and 3C31
The Baltimore Suu, ot" Friday, ?Dcccmbor 13th, states
Gold closed yesterday at 133%. Sinco tho check of the
November elections th-" de line has been continued and
Bte ?dy. Accelerated lately by thc failure ot lmpcuch
u "?nt, and a suspension ot the impracticable schemes of
Congress, gold is now about 10 ? er cent, lower than one
month a,o 1 he heavy disbureomc-ntB by tho Treasury
last month, and .he prospe tivo increased payments on
Jana rj 1st, have also had their iufl leuce on t .e down?
ward tende icy of the gold premium; but lh< re ure a vu.
rietv of otb <. souses, chief among them the recent hea?
vy exports of cotton, woeat, and other staples to Europe,
tending to balance the diifcrenee there against us. This
statement is sustained by the .act that the export? of cot?
ton s.ncs M i umber have been 230,000 halos, or C0,i 00
balta more than lust year; and witmr ''ac lust th oe
months 7,000,000 busnels of wheat have cea expurted,
against a trido over 1,00J,000 bushels last year in tho
same period. Or the next January disburs ments of
god by t e Treasury it is now a-iertained that tho
amount w ll bc considerably larger thun was at first cal?
culated. The total will reach, it is thougat, the enor?
mous aggregate (in round uumccrs) of thirty-eigat mil
lions of dollars. Tbl- includ s tho coin interest upon
the consolidated 6-3o's ot 1805-7. and upon tho C's of
1481, and n!<=o one-half of the principal ot 'die loan of j
1817-those .nrcu items by themselves amounting to
nearly ihn- y m'!, ns. Tho above aggregate also includes
tba Kassau , urehaae money.
The New York Evening Post, of Thursday, December
i .old has had another heavy fall today, and the rumor
is tho tiler.-is a short interest m the market which is bo
large and so widely distributed that sonio persons rate it
as high is thirty millions. This estimate probably is *oo
higu. One ol tho resu ts of this sha.p dow ward turu is
that tbore is moro scanty ot coin lor deliver}'. For the
ural ti . e in some weens g ld loans command a premium.
oOsides the ^eueia! uispusiuou to seu there are other
causes .or tba ta.:. For example, lhere i first the sts.e
ot the lorelmo ex hang, s Whiou are tav mole tous, and
are L.e.y to rcuilire little or no goidior export, -
Soro..dly. thu expectation taat uooui January 1st over
tuirty-o e miihous'oi gold will be poid eui oi tho Treas?
ury, by which tue stoou. press LR on the market will bo
enlarged. Thus, f..r some time lo c. me, the sv^p y of
"old will be augmenting, whale the dem. uti is likely to
oe eheek-d oy lue au.ioipatmn of a furtuer iudehnitu tall
lu the n .rke. pr.ee.
On the other side several very plausiblo reasons are
argea why the premian csnuot go much lower, but is
uko.y to r. cover lroin its temp rory depression. The
??u?era! excrement, however, run- the other way, aud
lulu atteni.ou is paid tor the moment to auy Buch un?
Tho loon market is without any special acti it/. T. ere
isanabuu ance of av.mable capital competing for in?
vestment on call. Demand loans aro 7 V- cunt, rtith au
nure sing vo.umo of ousmosa a'. 6. Discounts are quiet,
bhoice grades ol paper pas- a. 7a9. For iuicrior dasenp
tious there is still u very alow sale.
NEW YORK, December 12.-FLOUB, ic-The market
Tor Wester.i and laie dour is le-s active and irrcgu.ar;
di ' storm cnecks b .siness. Western brunna ure 10c.
0 a er. White btu to brands aie hotter, owing to their
icareity to bil contracts.
The so.es a-e 65uO bbl? at :8 tOaO 20 for superfine
.tate; sid lOalO 00 fbr ordinary to good extra 6.ute;
>10 S5xll lui laney btaioj ?V 76*10 Ob tor tue low ?rtdos
if airing ttheat westeru extras; ?10*10 65 tor abip .itu:
jnio; ?.0 85-14 5u tor tra J e. and lomi>y brunds:and
ill SJalS 6o ior st Lotus extrae.
Li nek ? nea; Floor is t a o ut ?4 Kai 40 por 1C0 lbs.
i 'sanoruia Flour is dull ; 3b0 Lugs ay ?12 Could 6b.
Southern Flour is du.l and uncbangod. baies of 250
ibis at ?9 85all 00 for o.dinar ? to good ? xtra Ballimore
nd country, ?10 80al4 10 tor extra and faintly Georgia
nd Virginia, and ?10 65al4 40 lor extra und Family
aarj lund and Delaware.
Oats opened very strung but clos.-d qutot. The sales
re 75.bbb umbels Western, at S6aS6?e afloat, and 83a
J -jc in st ru.
Corn ia lower and hardly so activo, though closing firm
sr old. The inquiry ls lair, chiefly confined to the local
The sales arc 33,000 bushels old.W? stern mixed at fl 36
1 36? in store; new do ?1 34al 36, afloat; old white at
1 38; Jersey yellow, ?1 27al 29; now damp Southern
mite at ?1 25,
Paovisioxa- Pork opened steady but rapidly decline.I,
nd closes heavy at luside figure?. The demand has
The sales, cash and regular, arc 1S30 bbls at $21 30a
178fur moss; $18 lor extra prime.
For future delivery we note 5UU bbls mo--", seller until
0th Januurv at ?21 -ua.l 87?; and 500 now mess, seller
ist half January at $23 25, both early in thc day.
oec: is quiet Sui. s of 60 bbls ut SI la 19 ior plain mess,
nd $18 50a21 ior extra mess.
Tie.ce ito-t is mod?r?t.ly active and steady, bales of
UO tea at *35a37 for india m ss.
Beef Bums ur? arm. Sales 150 bela at S30a32.
Ba.-, u is very duli and prices greatly depr ssed. Sales
rero made last evening of 50 J boxes Cumberland cut
sr January at 10?c. und ; 6u boxea do, some delivery,
t 10?ol6c, but these hguri s aro now for a novo buyoiV
Dre-sed Hogs are a tr.flo higher, but close weak. We
[uoto at 9?-9?c for Western, and 9?al0c for city.
Lard is very dull sud i .ices weak, but quotations ore
aerely uoniiuai ut ab tut 12?c for city; L9*19Jt*e for fair
o prime steam und kettle rendered. No Hal u reported.
Corr??--Tue market i. uull and depressod, wlih but
Ittle demand. We quote:
Mobile, and Toxas.
rood Middling.16*? 17
BETTES-choice qnali?cs aro firm. Other kinds ore
ul. and heavy. Wt- quote as tollos a: Goshen i. nd 1 'range
ounty, puUa $ lb 50a55c; State firkins, good to choice,
luidc; Stat - halt-tubs, good to choice, 49**50; West
rn Beairve, good to choice, 30a3?c ; State tubs, Welsh,
OOd t-- choice, 40a44c.
HAT-ls quiet owing to the storm; receipts are light;
lock small, prices at $1 for sh.ppiug and $1 16al50for
j ta J lots.
Kio?-Rangoon is dull, Carolina is steady at 6?a9?c.
Soo.va-Kaw aug oas are dull at ll?al2c for fair to good
tinning. Relined are quiet but bteady at lo:,'ulo?. for
WHISKEY-The market is dall at Sic in bond.
Fuat?u.?-Are dull. We quoto: To Liverpool by sail,
our 2s Od, wheat 6?d, corn td, heavy goods 20a 25a, and
y steamet, nona 4s. wheat Td, corn 0 ? ., and heavy
oods 45s. The engagements to Liverpool by steamer
re 145.U 0 bush corn at 6?d. To Bristol 800 bxs eheese
13b*. Rate* to London ure Unchanged.
Charleston Wholesale Trices,
'AGGIXG, f. yard
Dundee. 30 @ 05
Gunny Cloth. 20 ? 22
ULE ROPE, ? lb-Maullla. 34 @ 35
Western. 13 ? 15
New York. - ? -
Ju o. 10 ? 12
I?EAD, $ lb
Navy. - @ -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 @ 16
WICKS, 9 M. 9.00 ?20.00
iRAX, 100 lbs. 33 ? -
VTTON, t? lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. - @ 13?
Low Middling. 14 % 14 J<
Middling to btri-.t Midd^ng. 14?@ 11J?
Good Middling. - (g, -
Sea Island. 35 u 1.25
?AXDLES, "B lb-Sperm. 23 @ -
Adaman Lue. 22 @ 20
Tallow. 19 0. 20
'OPFEE, V lb-Rio. 24 @ 30
Laguuyra. 28 @ 35
Java.( & 45
'ORDAGE, "? lb-Manilla. - (m -
I'arred American. 25 @ 28
.J?IV MEAL, '?i bbl. 6.00 ia! -
yjAL, 'fi ton-Anthracite. 9.60 SK.00
OPPER. W lb-Sheet.1 68 @ GO
Peruvian Guano, 9 ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific GUULU, ft 2000 tbs. 75.00 @ -
Phoenix Guano. 65 DO @ -
Buugh's Phosphate, %i 2000 lbs... 60.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate. %1 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mupes'Super Phosphate,"* 2u?0 lb| C5.00 @ -
ZelTs Raw Bono Phosphate.? 65.00 ? -
Zeli's Super Phosphuteof Lime..| 60.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of Limo..- | 65.00 ? -
*T?c7-Cod, "? 100 lbs.I 7.00 ? 9.00
Herring, ?) box.;. 45 @ 60
Mackerel, No. 1, ?* half bbl. 11.00 ?11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, V half bbl.lb.00 ?10.50
Mackerel, No. 3, $ bbl. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. - ? -
No. 2. - (c? -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, V1. 10J-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? CO
?LOVR, V bbl-Super.11.00 @ -
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?12.50
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
Family.14.00 ? -
"Sr/TS-Prunes. V lb. 2-2 ? -
Tigs. 40 ? -
Dried Applos. 10 ? 28
Almonds, aoft shell. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. lt.. fi box. 4.00 ? 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.50 ? 5.50
Orange?. - 0 -
Lemons, ft box.IC.00 ?17.00
fLASS, t* box of 50 feet
American, SxlO. 5.50 ? COO
American. 10x12. COO ? 6.60
French, 12x14. 7.00 di 8.00
IRA IX-Maryland Oats, tt bushel.| 88 ? 90
Western Oats, "pi bushel. - ? -
Corn, fl bushel. 1.20 @ 1.40
Beaus, 'H bushel. . 2.Ob ? 3.00
.IAY, 'fi cwt.-North River. 1.30 ?1.40
Eastern. . 1.40 ? 1.45
VDES-Dry, lb.? io Q 12
'XDIGO-'f. lb. 1.U0 (n 1.75
'RON- Refined, v lu. | 07 ta u7
Swede.| 09 ? IC?
'MTIIS, y-i M.; i.00 ? .50
'JUE- Shell, %i bbl. - <??, -
South Carolina.| 1.50 ? -
Rockport.I 2.00 % 2.25
Cement.i 2.75 (ui 3.50
Plaster Paris. 4.00 fei, 4.60
.UMBER, "fi IL toot
Clear White Pine, let quality.|50.0o ?r.S.OO
White Pine, good run.;;a.00 (g,40.iK)
Yellow 1'iue.! 2t i. 00 ? 25.00
Boards, fl M. feet-Bough.|l3.00 ?i?.oO
Gisoved and Tongued_'J?.?O (u.?j.00
.EATHER, country tanned, 'f. lb.... I - -
MOLASSES, "fl gallon-Cuba.| 15 ? 50
Muscovado. 65 Q8 65
Bogar Boase. oo ,cy 1.0c
New Orleans. 75 Qt 82
VAL STORKS, 9 bbl-Tu.-. -hh -
Pitch.I - fe _
Ro^ in, Pulu. - ? _
Roain, No. 1. - _
Rosin, No. 2. - @ _
Rosin, No. 3. - e,?? _
bu.ru Turpentine, *fi gallon. - Q _
Uasmtu. ?it. 1?; ir. _
I'AILS-American, 4?20d, ? keg. 5..Ml ? 7.0U
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.50 (u.10.00
Copper, fl lb. 1.00 & - I
Gul vaunted. 30 fi -
Spikes. 12 ? 15 t
'1 LS- Lard, '$ gallon. l.lu ?1.45
Linseed, "pi gulioii. 1.51 ?1.00? ?
Sperm, Winter, fi gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fi gullen.j - ? - 1
Castor (E. Li, V- gallon.j 3.00 0 - I
Ohve. fi dozen.I 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, fi gallon.I 52 (^1 54 S
Benzine, ^ gallon.I 60 ? -
PROVISIONS-a^ct, mess, '1* bbl.|16.00 (330.00
Beef, prime.114.00 fal?.OO
Pork, mess.23.00 026.00
Bump. - to -
Bacon, Hains, ~$ Iii. - ff. -
Bacon, bides. 15 (.? li}
Bacon, Shuuldor?. U)?*s 131|
Bacon, Strips. - to- -
Lard, iu keg. l'l.Sto U
Butter. :?o to .45
Cheese. 15 SI M
Potatoes, fl bbl. ?-00 to -
Onions. 4.0G @ -
Apples. 8.00 to 9.00
PAIN TS-White Lead. ?1 lb. 10 to IC
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.? 12 to M
PL?N' STEEL, lb 12 to -
HICE-Carolina, 9 lb. "!?'<W
East ludia. - to -
SLA TES-American, 'ri square.12.00 to -
SHINGLES, V M. 7.00 to 8.CO
White Pine, first quality.12.00 @ -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, ?? sack. 1.40 to 1.75
Liverpool, lino. - 8 -
SO^P-Bar, ^ lb. ll ? }5
STARCU, %? lb. 10 to 13
SPICES, 3 lb-Cassia. 1.00 to -
Mace. IM to -
Cloves. "5 to -
Nutmegs. 3.00 (i* 2.50
Pepper. 40 to -
Pimento. 40 to 50
Boee Ginuer. 30 to -
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol. 5.on to C.00
Brandy. Cognac. I 4.00 toT2.00
Brandv, Domestic. 3.00 (gi a.7o
Gin. Holland. 4.75 g 5.00
Gin, American. 3.50 to 3. ia
Bum. Jamaica. C OO to o.OO
Bum. N. E.I 2.50 to 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. <*.ou to 5.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 to 2.40
SUGAR, *? lb-Raw. T @ "
Crushed. lb to
Clarified A. 17 to ?
Clarified B. 17 <* ?
ClantiedC. 10 Jato 17
Loaf. . I? W lJ
Pono Rico. 14 to 15
Muscovo*" . . 13 to 10
SEGARS-Domestic manufacture, **3 M. ,18.00 ($45.Ot)
TEAS, $ lb-Imperial. 2.00 to 2.o0
Gunpowder. 2.(J? to 2.50
Hyson. 1.50 to 1.00
YounK Hyson. 1-50 (& 1.00
Black!..... 1-00 (3> 1.75
TOBACCO, ? lb, as per quality. 40 to 1-50
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 tol2.00
Ash. - to -
Poplar. - fg. -
Hickory. - to -
TIN-1 C Roofing Plate.15.00 to -
I X Roofing Plate.|17.00 to -
1 C Tin Plate*, 10x14.15.50 to -
I X Tm Plate 10x14.17.00 ti -
I C Tin Plato, 14x20.10.50 to -
Block Tin, 'tl lb. 40 to -
TWINE- Cotton, $ lb. 75 to -
Baling. 45 to -
Hemp. 45 (a) -
Jute. 60 to -
VARNISH-Bright, # gallon. 25 to -
Piira?ne. - @ -
VINEGAR-White Wine, ^ gallon. 00 to
Cider. SO to -
French. 1.00 to 1-25
WINE, ~$ gallon-Port. 2.50 to ?-00
Madeira. 2.25 to 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 to 6.00
Claret, f) case. 5.00 (?13.50
Champagne, basket. 25.00 to30.00
ZINC-Sheet, V IB.I 2b to 27
PUASKS ur XHE MOOS.
first Q. <th, 5h. lo. morn I Last Q. 17th, l?h. 14m. even
full M. 11th, 6b. 50m. morn | New Al. 25th, 6u. l?m, ev
;onsia;nces per aoutn Carolina Uailroaii
1253 bales Cotton, 75 bales Maze, 366 bags Grain, 2 cars
lg Iron, 1 car cattle, 10 cns Wooil and Lumbor. Ac
.'o ijraeser, Lee. Mniih A Co, G W Wine A Co, .M .un
,o, u H W altear A Co, G W Williams A- Co, JUE sloan
: N Averill A Sou. H L JeiTers A* Co, P A Cbazal, Thurs
on A Hohnes, E J Wins A Co, Johnston, Cre .s A Co,
) Aiken A Co, Adam?, Frost A Co, J M caldwell A Sons
V K Bj au, J .N Uobson. Welch A Brande?, Willis
,'hisolm, L Lorentz, M Martin, E H Rodgt rs A Co. Hun
Iros, J H Bag^ett & Co, H cobia i? co, K<ng A Gib..on
V Oarnejr, P West, E Daly, W W Smit?i. W li William
K i ringle, G A Hupley A Co, Courtenay A Trenholm
libbi s A Co, West A Jones, Coben, Hauckcl .v Co, w
loo fc Co, W C tukos ii Co. J A Quackonbush, X U A W
>owees. s D Stoney, O ReeJer, H Bischoff ii Co, Z Davis
. J Salinas.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
218 bales Cotton, bbls .Naval Stores, rolls Leather, Do
aestica, Mdzo. ftc To J G Mi.nor A Co, Shacltciroxd
Lilly, J M Caldwell A Son, J G Milnor A Co, W K Ryan
?JD Kiikpa.rick, Grouser, Lee, smith A Co, Mowry
: Co, J U Bagnett 4: Co, Williams A Co, G E Prltcbett,
. Quuckcnbusb, Eanapaux A Lanuoau, G W Dinglo, cl
v' Clark A Co. Raveuel A CO, Bendall,t Dockery, Adams
rjst a Co, E U Rodgers ii co, Z Davis, F A Sawyer
lallroad Agent. *
"onslgncce per Savannah and Charleston
Railroad. December 13.
Cotton, Rico. Peas, Potatoes, Corn, Mdzc, Wood, fcc
'o Railroad Agout, >outhoru Express co, J Colcock A
lo, P Dollin, W C Bee A Ca, Mn? Lowndes, J C H Claus?
en, ,1 U BagKctt A Co, Havonol A Co, W L Webb, t-trcct
?ros A Co, 'J L Webb. Roper A stoney, Noyes A Vail, J
l Pringle, Willis k Chisolm, C small. E ll Rodgers \
lo, G H Walter A Co, G U Uop;>ock, W D Warren, Hun
ircB, H Droyton, vrder, and others.
Per steamship Emily B Souder, from New York
1rs Susan Clarke, Miss Hattie Fannel ec, Mrs Dose-bcr
nd child, Mrs Smith, John and Henry Doscher, Miss
.? uglas-, W W Douglass, and 5 steerage.
Pur steamship Manhattan, for New York-E C Rum
ey, C K Bailey. L Roil, Mrs E S Wooster, G Taylor, M
ienncdy, H T Peters, Cbarlotte Watson.
Per steamer Dictator, from Palutka, ria Jacksonville,
"cruai.diaa and savannah-Dr ll J Kendrick, Mrs L C
?odiag. li F Millor, H liupuy, E S Baker. W J Lee, lt B
'epiier, Mrs Guthrio ann child, J H Vabce, W W Ring, li
iagedon, G W ii -ti. IS G iwdy, L D Hobbs, Miss Bolo
non, Mrs S W Sires, W Dodd, J Cohen and wife, two
isters ot Mercy, G W Palmor, Miss E bennett, and 48
Per steam er Fannie from Savannah via Hilton nead
nd Beaufort-Mrs Ellis and 2 children, A C Izard, Capt
V W Perry, W li McKee, D Cooke, lady and child, Dr li
1 Stewar?, G Grttflu, J McLean, il M Muart. ,-r, Mrs N
t Scoville, W C Bellows, L Myatt, R Edwards, - Eouan,
nd 1 deck.
Pur steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville
lias Lilly .seabrook, Miss Bell ?>eabrook, E C Wattley, W
? rc^g, W Whaiey. J F Nolaud, W vt Reynard, Jr, N Ap
loton. C A LougicUow, E A Brandt, H Stanfield, J Lear,
V P Fay, i H Little, S J Austin, T A Buvnard, J H Bar
ictt, W ? Murray and ludy, J vv Young, J Jenkin?. A W
Ickcl. E M Frier, Mrs N Kelly, Mrs M Clouelort.
MAKIN JE S iL WS.
P t) K T OF C ll A R L E S T U .1 .
Steamship George B Upton, Crowell. Bo3ton-left -
usu Mdzo. To W Roach, Railroad Agent. Granite ville
lauuiactitring Company, Mi-s ki A Bettine, B ihomliu
on, B B Chapman, lt White. C c-reveley, P wohihamp
on, J lio LS, K.inck, Wickcnbcrg k Co, J C Cochran, E
f Garry, J G Milnor A Co, D U'.Neill k >oa, N A Hunt.
> P Locke. J L ouard, W J Yates, Mrs M I l.mggold, M
.?rake, Miss Kate Nile, D F Fleming A Co, T M l listoll,
ameren, Barkley A Co, A bUu-ner, H F Baker k co. D
?lhen hal A Co. C U Moise. E P Milliken, E J Dawson,
J K Huifer, J A F Dawson, screveu k Malet, E li ?tod
lard .?a Co. J Comm ns, C Goldstein, P L Guidemiu, b
lort, ?>r, Muller, Nimitz A Co, A F Travis, S Kingman,
? E Railroad Co, Mt-s Mary Bates, Mrs C B Dudley, G
Vatcrhouae, T B MaishaU k Bro, Claghoru A Cunuiug
lam, A Ees-euden, S -impsoa, E B -charil.er, aud othera.
The Upton hos been detained by heavy gales on tho pas?
spanish bark Esperanza, Favongl, Havana-12 days.
Sallust. To the Master.
Sehr Elvina, Habenicht, CombaheC. 24U0 bushels
touah Rice. To w C Bee A Co
Sehr i mma Baker. Leonard, Back River. 2400 bush?
es ltougn Rice, io C heu, H u.kcl X Co.
Sehr Uh^e Branch, from Sautoe. 7v0 bushols Rough
icc. lo W C Beo A Co.
Steamship E B Soudor, Lebby, New York- 10 hours
ildze. To John k Theo Getty, Adams Express Co, s C
iailraad, Adams, Damiu k Co, G W Aimar, C D Aiirent
: Co, 1 M Brist ill, Bollmanu Bros, C D Brahe ii co, G
iV Clata k Co, Comoron. Barkley A- Co, I M Cater, W H
balee. T L I avidsau, Douglass A Miller, E G U Emery,
.teamer Dictator, E J H Fischer, W Gurney, H Gerdts ac
Jo, Holmes' BOOU store, Hurliamp A co. J ti Jameson,
luhns'.ou, Crews A Co, Klinck, Wickeuberg k co. KrJote
i Cbapman, tl Klatte A Co, W Kinsman. Laure. fc Alex
inder, C Eitsob+ii, J B Moreilo, Mehrtuus A Wohlunau,
llelchers \ Muller, W Ma-scher. Muller, Nimitz *: Co, J
i Miiuor A Co, J P Murkhirdt, J B McElhoso, D O'Neill
i Sou, B U'.Neill, W D Porter, J Puree,], J R Head i: Co,
.tavunel A BamwoU, . outberu Lx. ress Co, G W ^teffeu
c Co, J P tmiith, L Schnell, W Limkiu A Co, Stoll, Webb
i Co, Bev T bmytho. D ll Siicox, J ti Ti rry, O '1 iedemaa,
v Tiefeuthal, D B Vincent, Werner A Ducker, J Walker,
\geui, Wagener, Heath k Monscos, E H Will urns, Wil?
lama A* Co, A laing, Gruber A Martin, lt Wing, E Batos
?: Co, W G Whildca A Co, JOH Clausacn, C Love. J u
Setts, Goudaopf k Beuthuer, L Cohen A Co, J Russell,
Dowie k Moine, Hart A Co, L WciskopfJ', W Mccomb A
Zo, i'oganie k Stillman, Furcbgott k Bro, Shackolford ii
fraser, J F Poppeaheim, s R Marshall, I Kelly.
Spanish bri? Paco, Bosch, Havana-10 days. Ballast.
Sehr L A Matthews. McElwee, Philadc.phia-10 du) a.
.oal, Railroad Wheels, ic. To the Mastor, J E Adger A:
a"o, Railroad Agent, Budd k Blake, and Order. Expe?
len ced heavy reales on thc passage.
sehr shiloh, Hubbard, Baltimore-." days fri m thc
;.ipcs. Corn, Oiti, and lldze. To the Master, I J Ki rr
!: Co, J W sprague a: Bro, J N Teideman a: C >. J Camp?
ion k Co, Writs k Chisolm, E N Fuller, A Tobias' .>ons.
3 Graveloy, Dovoo A Moise, R M Buil.r, O i'hillipa. li
Gerdts A Co, Muller, Nimitz k Co. Miinioue fc Co, J F
3'Xeill fc Son, A C Schaff r, Jr. Thc Shiloh has expe?
rienced very heavy weather during tho passage.
Wrecking steamer Relief, Wilhams, Nassau, N P-left
Llth lust. To,' Toomey. Bound to New York, und put
n for fuel.
Stoamer Dictator, Coxctter, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
fernandiua an 1 Savannah. 222 bales S I Cotton, M
jalos L'i'l nd Cotton, 68 Beef Cattle, 21 bbls S.* rup. 22
ierccs and 2 hf ll tierces Rice. Oranges, Udze, fcc. l o J
L> Atk. n A Cu, G ll lugrabam lr Son, Willis fc chisolm,
>oheu, ITanckel A Co, Roper * Stoney, King fc Yenning;
?V ? B, E H Rodgers i: Co, Southctn Express Co, Hu?er
r. Bavenel, Screven fc Nisbet, Plncksey Bros, w M Law
oir, J fc J D Kirkpatrick, Hunt Bros, J A Euslow 4: co,
iV B Williams, M ?oldtmith A Sous, Fraser fc Dill, I E
derlz, J Vauwiukle, N E Railroad, J A Cook k Co, G W
A'iliiams fc Co, P C V?bilden, TH fc W Dewees. Win
hrop & Wilhauip, Williams, Black 6: Co, Moritz fc Meyer,
F Margery, Railroad Agent.
Steamer Faunie, Peck, Savannah via Beaufort, Hilton
dead, a:c. Sj bales s I Cotton, 323 bags Cotton Sied,
md Mdze. To J Ferguson, W Ca twelL Lieut Col Uuur,
iVGurnev, D A Moare, D Cooke, Bavenel fc Co, Hopkins,
?cPhers?n fc Co, W S Hastie, J C Konzie, B W Meiu
?oeU3. southern Express Co, and Order. '
Steamer St Hcluaa, Boyle. Edisto aud Rockville. 97
salts Colton, 125 bags Conon seed, 10 bags Potatoes,
ind sundries. To J ll Murray - Barnwell. W Byra. W
: Bea A Co J C kock ft co. W WUkmsou, Willis i Chis
)lm, H C Robinson, G W Clarko ft co, Fraser a: Dill, W
i Muiray, Bavenel A Co. Campbell fc Higgins, Giaa.-cr,
>e, Smith A: Co, J H Barnett, Roper fc Stoney, W S Oor
fin ^ Co, L-ttle fc Marshall, W P Daming. Mcffett ft
mylo, cud other*.
LS THE OFFING,
tritish shii? Niotaux, fron' '..t John's, N B.
itcamship Manha.tan, Woodhull, New York-Courtenay
? V Ire-uliolm.
>team9hip Saragossa, Crowell, Now York-Ravenel fc
;tcamship Falcon, Recd, Baltimore-Courtenay fc Tren?
trig Fannie, Trader, Wilmington, N C-H F Baner fc Co.
?hr W VV lharo, Al.en, Georgetown, * C-H F Baker a:
ichr Union Flag, Maloney, Danen, Ga-Risley fc Creigh- I
Went to Sea Saturday.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York.
Steamship Falcon, Heed, Baltimore.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Saragossa, (Trowell, New York.
British Bhip Cliurlcston, Morley. Liverpool.
Drin Fannie, Trad kr, Wilmington. N C.
Sehr N W mltb, Tooker, New York,
s. hr nion Flag. Maloney, Darien. Ga.
Sehr W W 1'barw, Allen. Georgetown, S C.
i ''rom (lits fort.
Steamship Miami, McLaughlin, New York. Dec ll.
The bri* Harriet (of Portland) touched off thia port on
Saturday Mst, and proceeded to shannah.
lil ST Ol<* VKSSKL.S
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS F?1YT.
Tho Skiold, Albrochtsen, cleared.Nov 19
Nur bark Kjillestadt, Wcrge, cleared.Oct IC
Bark C A Joues,-, up.Nov 15
Tho Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
ST. .muss. N. B.
Br ship Nictoux, Kowo. cleared.Nov 27
SEWPOB?, B. L
Brig Tangent. Bich, 6oiled.Dec 4
Steamship City of Port an Prince, Jackson, sailed..Dec ll
Sehr E V Glover, Ingersoll, cleared.Dec 4
NkW vol. li.
Sehr Maria Luut, Tracey, up.Dec 10
Sehr Hartsiene, Horn, cleared.Nov ?J
.sehr Vapor, Bogert, up.Dec -
Sehr Marj- Fletcher, Pendleton, cleared.Deo 4
Brig Open Sea. Coombs, cleared.Dec 4
SchrE Matthews, Mci-lwec, cleared.Nov nu
Mary H Mockhini. Corder?, cleared.Dec 8
Scar M Milnes, Burdgo. cleared.Dec 8
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, to sail.Dec 14
Brig Yankee Blade, Combs, up.Kee 3
Sehr Shiloh, Hubbard, cleireu.Dec 3
Headquarters Second .Military District,!
CHARLESTON*, S. C., December 3, 1867. J
[General Orders No. 13?.|
L To provide for the support of tue Provisional Govorn
mont ot South . aro'iua for the yea: commeacing on the
first day of October, 1667, and end ng ou the thiiticthday
ol September, 1868, the Act of tho G neal Assembly,
"To laiso supi.l.os .0. tho yea: eommencing in October,
one thous .nd eight hun,,ied und sixty-six," approved
December 21, 1666 wi.l, as btreinaf t-. r mouincd, be con
tinned in forcj until superso ed by legislation or until
otherwise ordered oy proper authority.
AMICLES TAXED "AD VALOREM."
L On all real estate., twouty-fivo couts on ovcry hun?
dred dollars: Provided, that on such lands aa may bo in
the possession of tho Bureau of Refugees, Frocdnien an. I
Abandoned Latch) on the urst day of January next, and
tao owner or claimant ia thereby deprivod of its occupa?
tion and use, such tax shall not be collected; on tho capi?
tal stock of all gas-light companies, twenty-live cents on
every huudred dollar.-; on articles manufactured for
sale, barter, or exchage, between thc Urst day of Janu?
ary, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, and
the first day of January, ono thousand eight hun?
dred and sixty-eight, twenty cen;s on every huudred dol?
?an-, to be paid by the manufacturer; on tho market
value of tue gross amount ot e; iritous liquors nianulac
lured from tho first day o. January lo tho tbirty-firot day
of December, l&OS, fivop^r cent, to be paid quarterly at
the end of ..sch quarto, to the lax Collectors of thc Dis?
tricts in which it was manuiactured; on buggies, carri?
ages, gold and silver plate, watches, Jewelry and pianos,
ou hand on the first day ot Januar;.', 1;68-except when
held by dealers for the purposo of sal?-cue dollar on
every hundred dollars.
"TAX ON INCOMES."
2. Upon all gross incomos derived from employments,
faculties and profession'', including tho profession of
dentistry (whether in tho profession of tho law the in?
come, bo derived frim the costs of suit, or feos, or other
source of professional incomes), cxccp'ini* cleigynicn,
two and one-halt dollars on > very hundrod dollars; from
commissions received by brokers, vendue masters, fac?
tors, commission merchants, dealers in exchange (for?
eign and dome-tic), or in mottgaf'.s, bonds and other
negotiable papers, two and onc-1 alf dollar - on every
hundred dollars; from premiums roc..! *ed by Insurance
companies or underwriters, two dollars on every hun
dreU dollars; from tho reuoipts of express or other trans
portation companies earned within the limits of the State,
one dollar on every hundred dollars; and from
the receipts of telcgrapn compauies earned Within
tho limits of the State, two and one-half dollars
on every hundred ?'ollars; from tho aale of rews
papers or magazines, enc dollar on every hundred
dollars; on the gross receipts of newspapers pub
lishod in tno State, twenty ceuts on cv ry hundred dot
lars ; from tho sale of goods, wares or .aerchandlse, cm
bracing ah the articles of trade, sole, btrter or exchange
(cottou taxed by tho United Slates excepted), which any
person shall mako between tho first day of January and
tho thirty-fiis: day of December, 1868, to be paid quar?
terly at the ond ol each quarter lo thc several Tax Col
lectors, twenty cents on every hundreit dollars ; on thc
gross profits of all banks or banking institutions, tno
dollars on every hundred dollars ; ou tho gre HS incomes
derived trom the arts of photographing or ilagucrrcotyp
mg, one dollar on every hundred dollar? ; un all incomes
from salaries, rents, dividends, and money at iutcrcst,
one dollar on every hundr -d dollars in excess of five hun?
dred dollars ; on the cross Incomes of all railroads (not
exempted by law), Lom earnings within thc State, ono
dollar ou oven hundred dollars. All persons keeping
hotels shall pay a tax of two dollars on every hundred
dollars of gross income ; all persons koeplng restaurants
or ealing housos shall pay a tax ol' two dollars ou
every huudred dollars of gross income ; all per
sins keeping livery stables shall pay a tax of
two dollars ?rn every huudred dollars ot gross income ;
all butchers and hu.-kstors shall pay a tax of
ono dollar on every huudred dollars of gross income; all
persons kecpiug billiard tables shall pay a tax of five
dollars on ovory hundred dollars of gross incomo; all
person* keeping bowling alloys shall pay a tax of five
dollars ou every hundred dollars of gross income; all
persons keoping t-ar-rooms, whether connect d with a
hotel or otherwise, shall pay a tax of ten dollars on every
hundred dollars ot gross in co ..<>; all persons keeping
terries or bridges shall pay a lax ol one dollar on every
hundred dollars of gross in come; all pesons keeping toll?
gates shall pay a tax of one uollar ou every hu.idred dol- 1
lars of grosi income; each person or company keeping a 1
puuiic race track shall pay a tax of one hundred dollars; t
upon o?cu public hack, stage coach, baggage wagon and i
omuibus, drawn by two ur moro horses, there shall be
paid a tax ul'ten dollars; and upon each dray and cart, |(
or biig.'a^c and express wagon, drawn by one horse, a | t
tax of flvu dollars.
.TAXES IMPOSED ron CERLUN* PRIVILEGES "
3. AU pei sons representing for gain or reward any play,
comedy, tragedy, interlude, or farce, or othor employ?
ment of thc stag -, or any par: thoitln, or exh.biting wax
Works or other shows ol any kind whatsoever, shall pay
a tax of ten dollars per day, to be paid into tho hands ol
tho Clerks of the Court -, or of a Magistrate in the ab?
sence oi tlia Clerk, who shall bc bound to collect sud pay
tho same imo tho public treasury, except in cases where
tho same is now required by law to bo paid to corpora?
tions or otherwise. Upou even* taking out of a charter,
excopt lor religious, charitable and e.luo.uioaal institu?
tions, there shall be levied a t ix of twenty dollars; upon j t
oacu renewal cf a charier hablo to lax under this order, | t
ten dol.ars, and all companies incorporated in othur
States shall pay for the privilege of carrying ou their bu?
siness in this state tbs earae chartei ieo as is required ot
companies iu:orporat?d lu t!ds Stats. All circus exhibi?
tions, to be paid at the tuno, nfty dollars per day. Each
and every perd?n keepiag a dog or dogs, ?hall pay a tax I t
of ono dollar for cac- dog. For th ; privilege of selling | j
lottery tickets within tho linut3 of t'jis Stato, five hun
drcd dollars por month, to bo paid monthly or quarterly
m advance to the 'Ireasurc-r of tue Suite of South Carob- | t
na, who, upon such paymmt, sholl grant a licence lor | t
tho t?mo for which such paymmt has been made, but not
lox less tuan one mouth.
" SPECIAL TAX."
4. A capitation tax of one collar shall be paid by every
male person between the uges of twenty-one and r ixty,
residents ol tho state ou the lint day of January, one
thousand eifht huudred and sixty-eight, except nuchae
a.e iucjpab.c uf earuiug a support by reason of mental 1
or phys.caldisa'jilit., : P;ut,iJ<ii, that double executions t
for the uon-pavment ot tho cap.talion tax of tho past year t
a-all n,t bo enforcae", and that in all eases where exe u- 1
tiouha'notb cnn ued a d n i co ts hive been incurred, (
t?' t -.X may bo dis.-har?ed b,- fsa payment of the ori^iual
amount on or beforj th- tint day of .Marc ?, 180-1. I 1
G. All taxes levied on property a- pre-cribod in this |t
order, sha i be paid to tho Tax Collector for th, Dis?rt t
or P..n h in w; ich said property ii lo.ated, excopt lhat
thu tax . n ra?:roai compauies, express companies, anet
lelajraph compam-s, sha.l be ?eturued to and paid di
wetly imo the Tr.a ury of the State; and this return
shall be mado quarterly.
0. All individual tax-a will be assessed directly upon
aud co.l -.tod dire.tty from the individuals from whom
they are due.
7. The houses aud tots on Sullivan'-! Island shall be
returned to tho Tax Collector ol thc Tax District in
which they aro situated, i J thc same manner as other
town lots and house?, aud shall be liable to the tame
rate** of taxation.
8. B.-iore tho colbcJou of the taxes herein provided
for, every Assessor or Tax Coiled ir (a-ting in thc ca?
pacity ol Assessor' ?u this State shall proceed to make an
ad valortm aaoos;meut of all ands, building-- and im?
provements, without distinction ai tority, town or coun?
try property, and upon all other property upon which au
ad valorem tax has been levied, with reference to the
market value of inch property in United states curren- | j
cy, aad without r?f?ren?a to any previous assessment;
and such assessments s.iall bc subject to roviaiou l>y
military authority. Luca A?sos^or and each Tax v.'olloc
tor acia.* ac Assessor, before entering upon his ditties
as Assessor, i;hall take a:ul subGeribe bctoro ;he Cloris, o?
thc Court oi tho District t':c following oath, which ohall
bc endono.I oa Uli c mmis.Moii, viz: "I, A. B., do
promi.-e aun ?Wear that I will, to tho best of my cb.btv, f
cx-c.ito tb-.' duties of AsiCssarUT my Collection district, j
aud will, without favor or paliality, ascertain and a^scs* I
thc actual value of the property, rca! and personal, upon
which nu ad calore* tax ii levied, before and tor thc pur?
pose ol levying such tar."
9. Each lax collector!-hall attend at the Courthouse
of the Tax District tor if there be no Courthouse, at
some oihoi public place), daily for one week previous to
making bis final return for tito receipt of taxes of bli
respective District or Parish. All tuxes on properly im
pos.d by thc p.ovisjjus ot-.nts order shall have refer
once both as tu pojEc^sion andvalualiou to tho first day r.
of January, eighteen hundred and sixty-eight, except t
where some oth?r dato is specially designated. AU taxes t
on income imposed by thc provisions of this act ehaU c
have reference to the amount of such income recci
between thc first day of January, one thousand e<
hundred and sixty-seven, and tho first day of Janui
ono thousand eight huudrcdand sixty-eight, and all s
income tax studl bo dua and payable nu OS baforo
thirty-first day ol March, 18G8.
10. I ho taxes herein leviod shall bc paid only in r.
and silver coin, Eui tod Statu Treasury notes, or ni
declared to bo a legal tender by tho Government of
Unitod State.-, or notos of Nutioual Banks, or thc bills
ceivablo of this State, and also pay-certificates of Jur
and Constable for attendance on the Courts. Tho '
Collectors of thc several Collection Districts shall bo
lowed, on all sums of money paid into their hands
taxes, a commission as follows, that is to say : thc '
Collectors of Abbeville, Anderson, Daru wall, Ches
Clarondon, Darlington, Ldgelleid, Kershaw, Laure
Newberry, Orange, Richland. Spurtanburg, Sum
Union, York, Marion, St. Phillip's and st Michael'^
tho rate of lour per cent ; the Tax Collectors of Ches
field, Fairfield, Greenville, Laucuster, Lexington, M
boro", Picken", St Matthews, Prince George's Wiuj
St, Bartholomew's, Williamsburg, at thc ratr> of six
cent; the Tax Collectors of All Saints', Christ Clim
Horry, Prince William's, St. George's Dorchester,
Helena, St. Jumes' Goose Creek, St James' Bastee,
John's Berkeley, St. John's Col loton, St. Poler's,
Stephen's, at the rato of eight per cent. ; the Tax Col
tors of St Andrew's, St Luke's, St. Paul'?, St Thou
and St. Dennis', at tue rate of ten per cent ; PmU
that in any District whore thu groas amount of taxes >.
in shall exceed thc sum of thirty thousand dollars,
commissions of thc Tax Collectors shall be iwo per ct
on such excess.
IL Lu sales of real estate upon execution tor non-r
ment of taxes, if tho amount bid for such real estate
not greater than the amount of thc execution and co
it shall bo tho duty of the Sheriff to bid in the propc
for the State, and the Utlo (hereto shall thereupon
passed to tho State, subject to such equitable rights
redemption as may hereafter be determined upon by 1
islutive authority. Imprisonment fer over due taxe
abolished ; but whenever tho amount of thc tax, coi
tc., of any person cannot be made out of any property
which ho is possosscd, the Sheriff holding the anent
shall make return thereof to tho Commissioners of Hoi
or Public Hulldings, or other appropriate municipal
thonty, who may oulorce the payment of the tax due
labor upon thc roads, bridges and other publia worl
Provided, that ino commutation value of such labor st
not bo loss than fifty cents for a labor day of oight hou
12. All taxes levied by this order, except when sr
taxes are payable quarterly, shall bc due and payable
follows: One-half on or before thc thirty-first day
March, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, a
tho remaining half on or before tho thirtieth day of Jul
one thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight Anyp
son desiring to pay the whole amount cf his taxes (i
cept Mich as are returned quarterly) on or before t
thirty-first day of March shall have tho privilege of
doing, and shah be cuUtlcd to a discount of five ?
ceut upon the amount of taxes falling due on thc 3C
day of June, 1808. '
13. No Tax Ccllector or Assessor shall receivo bisco;
missions until bis returns have been received at t
Treasurer's offlco, and boon a? proved by him.
14. Taxes levied by mamcip:di?es, c irporations,
other local authorities, under any general or apt rial h
oftho State, will conform in principle to the modificado
APPROPRIAI IONS XOR THE YEAR COMMENCES
II. It ii hereby ordered, that thc lollowing suma sb:
be appropriated for thc payment of thc various offic
and expenses of the State government :
1. Exicuiiiac Department : For Ibo salary of tho Gove
nor, three thousand five hundred dollars; for the Priva
secrctnryof the Governor, two Ive hundred dollars; fi
the Mcascngor of Ibo Governor, one hundred dollars; ti
tho Contingent Fun I of the Eiocutivo Dop.irtmen
twenly-fivo thousand dollars, to ho subject io the dra
of thc Governor, and to bo accounted for annually t
him to the Legislature; for tho rent of the Governor
house in Columbia, three hundred dollars; for two watcl
men lor tho new state House and grounds, nine huudrc
md sixty dollars, to be drawn on draft of the State Hom
Keeper; for tho .salary and services of thc Secretary)
thc State, in lieu of all charges against the state for sig:
ing commissions, ilvo hundred dollars.
2. Ltyist-xtive Department : For thu salary of thu Kee]
er of thu State House and Librarian, thrco hundred do
lars; for coutingont expenses of Legislativo Library, 1
bu paid ou drnitOf tho Libraran, accounted for hy bit
it thu Treasury, and reported by the Treasurer to th
Legislature, two hundred dollars, if sa much be neee?
3. Judiciary Department : h'or thc salary of thc Chu
Justice, thirty-five hun..ml dollars ; lor tho salaries c
ton Judges and Chancellors, three thousand dollars each
tor tho salary of the Attorney-General, eleven hundre.
lollara ; for tho salaries of the solicitors, niuo hundre
lollara each ; for thc salaries of thirty-one Distnc
Judges, at live hundred dollars each, fifteen thousan.
Ive hundred dollars ; lor thc Clerk of Ihe Court of Ap
peale, who shall be the Librarian, eight hundred dollar;
;hc same to include the expenses of fuel ; for tho Balar?
at thu Messenger of thc said Court, two hundred am
twenty-five dollars ; for the purchase ol books for th.
Library of thc Court of Appeals, ono thousand dollars, ti
ac drawn and expended by order of thu presiding Jua
deo ; for firewood and fuel for thc Court of Appeals, flit;
lunars, ll su much be noeuueillj , 1er thc aJaay of Stat'
Iteportcr, ono thousand five hundred dol?an ; and thi
l?verai appropriations aforesaid, for the Clerks, Libra
duns, Messengers, Reporters, and for the incidental ex
pense, of tho Court of Appeals, shall bo paid by thc
Treasurer, only upon warran .a, to bo drawn by thc prc
liding Judge of thc Court of Appeals, at such time am
br such portions ns he may deem ju it and proper ; am
t ahull bo thc duty of said Reporter lo attend in peraoi
ir b\ deputy the sittings of the Court of Appeals, and ti
.cport such arguments and statements of tacts as maj
au necessary to a coriect understanding of thc decision:
af thc said Court ; for thc pay of Jurors and Constables
sixty thousand dollars, if so much be necessary.
4. Treasury Department: For tho salary of the Troas
iror of thc Siato thirty-two hundred dollars, including
ho Halarlos ol ono or moro clerks ; for the salary of th(
^otnptrollor-Geuoral, twenty-five hundred dollar*, in
duding clerk's salary, said clerk tobo appointed by, out
.cmoved ai thc pleasure of the t reasurer and Comptrol
cr-Goneral respectively ; to the Comptrollnr-Gencra!, twe
lundrrd dolla-s, for making out copies of thc Tax Ro
urns in eighteen hundred and sixty eight; for publish
ng the tax and appropriation order. If ?:. much be ncccs
airy, throd hundred dollars, to bo expended by thc
Jomptroller-Goneral and accounted for to the Legisla
ure; for thu contingent expenses of thc eiomptrollcr
icncral'saud'1 ruasuror's ellice, printing tax book i und
ustruc.lons to collectors, and distributing thu asme,
h'e. - thousand fire huudred dallara.
C. The University of South Cantina: Fur the salaries
if eleven Profeeoors, eleven thousand dollars; tor the Li?
brarian nt thc University, who shall bo the Secretary ol
he Board of Trustee, six hundred dollars, to be paid
>y the Tr.'amirer of the State, quarterly, in advance, his
hafts bring countersigned by the Chairman of the Ex
:cutive Committee of the Board of Trustees ; for the sala
.y of tho Treasurer of tho University, four hundred dol?
ara; tor thc salary of the Lin sar at d Marshal, four bun?
ked dollars; and for repairs lo thc University buildings,
wo thousand dollars, If so much be; necessary: Provided,
hat tba sums realized frern rents of thc University
?rounds and buddings shall first bc applied to this ob
cct, and only tho excess bc drawn from the Treasury.
0. Ordinary Civil Expenses: Far the payment of the
?ontmgen; accounts of tho state, twenty-five ?hou"aud
lol lars; for dueling and ti unsporting pti oners, sixty
housand do.lars, if KO much bc necessary; for thc sup
lort oi fros schools, twenty-five thousand do.lars; Pro?
dded, that tho amount (hus appropriated shall not bc
ixp.nded until the Le .Ulature shall Lave established a
iystem of free school-, the Lenoflts of which shall be cx
ended to ihe children of citizens or residents ot ihe
ita o with mt di Unction o.' race or color; tor thc Lunatic
ssylum, nineteen tbousa d seven huudrc a and otjhteen
loders; Provided, that the sum ol' s:x thousand dollars
.hull b?- refunded to tho Treasury of tho State, when tho
irr-.aragos duo ir m tho Commissioners of the 1'o.ir of
he sevoiol Diatrl.-ts shill bc paid.
7. Or tinam Local Expenditure: For maintaining and
cooping open the Roper Hospital in charleston, three
housand dollars, to bu paid to th? Medical Society in
rust for tho Roper Fund, to defray the expenses ot said
lospital; for thc salary of tho physician of the jail at
,'harleston, commencing thc twenty-seventh day of
darch, one thousand eight huudred und sixty-seven, five
?undr.-d dollars per annum ; for enforcing thc quarau
iuo in south Carolina, Including Halar?as of Port Pin si
:uiu uud boat hire, eight .housand dollar?, if so much be
icccssary; for thc transient poor of Charleston, eight
housand dollars, if so much bc necessary.
8. For the support of thc Catawba Indians, twelve hun
Ired dollars, ii so much bc necessary, to bc paid to thc
irder ol the Indian Agent, rind tu be expended under tin?
irdcr of thc Governor.
.J. Public Buildings: Por completing Ibe weir of the
State House m process ot construction, two thousand
lollara, if so much bc Decenary; for continuing Ute
lonstruciion of the Penitentiary, for the j-ay of officers
iud guards, for subsisting guards and convict1', au I for
dothing convicts, eighty thousand dollars, to be paid on
he drafts of thc Governor, irom lime ta time, as tho
several s ams may bu needed.
10. Extraordinary E*ptndUurts: For the rent and Us?
ures ol a housu for tae uso ol the Court of Appeals,
hrce hundred dollars, the contract relating thereto to bo
ipprov.j by the Chief Justice befare tho money ls drawn
m his order.
11. lt shall be tho duly of the Commissioner oi public
3uildi::i;s in the several Districts tu furnish Uie Jailor or
iheriff thereof w illi a sufficient number of blankets fur
be comfort of nil prisoners, and a!*.i to pay for such
nodical attention and nx .lciuos as may be ri quire d by
he s;ck. The Sheriff and Jailors ot the several Districts
n this State will promptly make requisitions upon the
.'orara issioncrs lor blankets und medicines, and, if thc
ame aro not furnished by tho Commissioners with'n
ive d".yf, the Sjcrlff ehull report thc iailurc to these
leadquirters, giviieg tte nanice or thc persons who may
>e tho Commissioners in his District,
12. The contingent accounts or Clerks, Sheriffs, Corti?
le:',, Magistrates, Constables, '.ml other officers of this
itute, shall be forwarded to thc Comptroller-General,
vho shall audit the same, and if found conformable to
aw, ho shall draw his warrant upon the Treasurer for
he payment thereof.
13. Thc Act entitled . Au Act ?o provide lor the issue
>f bills receivable iu payment of indebtedness tj tho
itatc. to tho amount of five hundred thousand dollars,"
Meed December 21, 16Gj, and thu Act entitled "An Act
o provide for thc redemption ol blils receivable, issued
ty this Stale," passel September 'JU, 1866, aro hereby I
on tinned in force, j
14. Tho Treasurer of thc State of South Carolina ls
hereby authorized to pay the appropriations herein made,
and tho salarios of public officers, payable by law, ont of
funds applicable thereto, which have vallon due since the
first day of Octobor, 1867, and which may hereafter tall
15. No moneys raised under tho provisions of this or?
der or thc Acts herein mentioned, shall bo applied to tho
payment of principal or interest of any debt contracted
or Incurred iu support of the late war against the United
li!. Thu unexpended balance of appropriations made
within thc last two yean* and undrawn, may be paid by
thc Treasurer, according to the laws of South Carolina,
except "for the salary of the Adjutant and Inspector
General," "support of the Military Academy at Charles?
ton," "for military contingencies" for services of the
Secretar}" of State in siguing military commissions, and
for support of froa schools, wbich last shall remain in
the Treasury subject to the conditions of the provision in
By Command of Bvt. Major-Geueral En. It. S. CANBY :
LOUIS V. CAZLAUC, Aide-de-Camp,
Act'g Ass't Adj't Gen'l.
Official-0. M. MITCHEL, Aidc-dc-Camp.
Headquarters Set ontl Military Dis trie -, ;
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867. J
[?ENERU. ORDERS, No. 11C]
The Sheriff; of the respective Counties and Districts
of North and South Carolma will cause to be prepared
copies of the tax lists for their ro ipeoiive Counties or
Districts, utting thereon all delinquent tax payers, and
forward thc sama through Post Commanders to these
'Iho expenso of preparing auch copies will bc audited
and paid aa a County or District charge, as the case
By command of Bvt Major-General ED. R. S. CAND?.
LOUIS V. CAZIABC,
Aide-de-Camp, Act'g. Ass't Adj't. Gen'l.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-Camp.
Headquarters s ???omi Military District, )
CHARLESTON, S. C., November l i, 1867, j
[GENERAL ORDERS No. 117.]
IN ORDER T J CONFORM TO THE PROVISIONS OF
General Orders No. 95, Commanding Officers of Posts
are authorized, when In their judgment demanded by
the public servioe, to require, by order, the services of
citizens to perform the dut usuaUy porformod by
roadnaasters and overseen of highways. In conlon ity
with the existing usage, such set vices will receive no
compensation. Any person failing to obey the orders of
the Post Commander in tho premisos, will be subjected
to the same pains and penalties as are now provided by
law m tuo case of tho uoglect or refusal of a roadmaster
or overseer of highway! lo pertorm the duties of such
By command of Bvt. Mnjor-Goneral ED. lt S. CANBV.
LOUIS V. CAZIABC,
Aide-de-camp, Act'g Assisting Adjutant-General.
Official: 0. M. MITCHELL, Aide-de-Camp.
Headquarter? Second Military District.)
CHARLESTON, S. C., September ;?0,1887. )
PENDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RULES ? OB
the government of Mditary Tribunals In thia District,
Provost Courts will not exercise jurisdiction in any case
whon the question involves the title of land; nor in any
civil causo where thc debt med for or thc damage
claimed exceeds three hundred (200) dol?an. In all
cases where the amount claimed either as debt or dam?
ages exooeds twenty-?vo (25) dollars, tho defendant shall
he entitled to ton (10) days' notice, and if it exceeds one
hundred (100) dollars, he shall bs entitled to ffteen (15)
days'notice: but this right may be waived by the de?
fendant, and thc trial of the cam ? set for an earlier day,
upou his written consent thereto, which consent must
appear on thc record of tho Court
By command of Ercvet Major-General ED. B. S. CAN?
DI. LOUIS V. CAZIABC, Aide-de-Camp,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official : O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-camp.
Headquarters Second Military Dletrict, i
CH ABLESTON, S. C., October 21, 1867. /
[UENEDAL ORDERS NO. 10i. J
Post Commandors may admit to bail persons not sub?
ject to the Articles of War, beld In arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
as provided in Ibo following paragraph:
Security shall consist: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond is required aa tail by the State
law in like cases; or, 2d, of a bond in like sum, tunning
to tho Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all ?ardors, with surety, who must be a freeholder
and must j irs ?ly in twice tho amount of thc penalty, and
must, under seal, authorize any officer so ordered by the
Post Commander, in case of default, and non-payment
by tho surety on demand, to summarily seize and sell
sufficient of t!?e property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy thc forfeiture and cost.': and Immediately upon de?
fault reade, tho bond shall constitute a lieu upon the per?
sonal property of botb principal and surety.
All bail and other bonds taken under inllltaty authori?
ty will conform to tho foregoing directions when not
Otherwise specially provided.
By command ol' Pvt. Major-Goueral F.D. B. S. CANBY.
LOUIS V. CAZIABC,
Aid-dc-Cimp, Act'g. Asst Adj't. Gen'l.
Official: G. M. MITCHEL, Aid-de-Cam.-.
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diluent having caused many unpriue.pled deiicrs to
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rtgpeetfuUy and tarnettly requested to see that (ne name
of LEA A PEBRIXS oro upon the WRAPPER, LABEL,
STOPPER and BOTTLE.
LEA & P E K li ivs, Worcester
JOHN DUNCAN'S SONS,
AGENTS FOR THE UNITED STATES.
October 19_ _fm wi yr
C. DUCREUX'S PATENT
For Instantaneous Detachment ot
Horses from Carriages.
THIS INGENIOUS AND VERY USEFUL INVENTION,
which bas been patented in the United States,
France and Englaud. ls now offered by thc subscriber to
the public, feeling assured they will lind lt, upon exami?
naron, one of the greatest inventions ol the age.
Prominent anion* its advantages are:
FIRST-Thc facility with ivhieh horses may bo harness?
ed to or unharnessed from a Carriage, also rendering lt
unnecessary lor the person unharnessing to pass between
or behind thc horses us is customary, thus avoiding any
liability of being kicked.
SECOND-In case of ahorso faUing, he may be loosed
lrom the carriage in one second, without the driver leav
iag his seat It ia so simple iu IU operation that a child
can work it.
THIRD AND GREATEST-In casen of horses takmg fright,
becoming unmanagable or running away, the terrible
consequences which so frctruontly follow may be all avoid?
ed by this simplo application to carriages, as tbe horses
??au bc loosed from the carriage "ma twinkling," and tho
carriage is quickly und baldly stopped.
Mr. O. DUCBE?X gave several pubUc exhibitions. Th
great favor and praise nianilested by the public on those
occasions, is one ol tho evidences or a popular apprecia?
tion of its merits.
1 erina may bo known and orders received for applying
the patent to carriages, or purchase of State Rights, by
addressing to C. DU0BEUX, Patentee,
No. 93 Elizabeth street, New ?ork.
October 22 :nuo
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mechanical drawing, and all the ordinary ut cf a lead
These pencils are very finely graded and have a very
smooth lead ; even the softest pencils hold the point weU;
they are all that can be desired In a pencil. It gives me
great pleasure to be able to assure Americans that they
trill no longer be compelled to depend upon Germany or
?uy other foreign market for pencils.
' LOUIS JUIL,
Professor of DCJ Tlng, ?c.
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