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THE DAILY NEWS.
THURSDAY MORNING. I EOiLBER 19, 1S67.
Gold Works Wonder?.
Richard of spendthrifts was tho chief,
1 hero ne'er was auch another ;
A barrister without a brief.
No mouey, and no pother.
'Twas hu/d that ho, so gay and freu,
should have an elder brother.
Bo paid no tailor for his coat,
His duty was to wear ono ;
He otten lacked a five-pound note.
But ne' r a friend to share one.
In bliss, his voice exclaimed. "Kejcico ;'
In sorrow. "Grin and bear it"
His purse waa empty, yet ho -pent
AB though his p?-h were stjnnv.
Borrowed at twauty-fivo per cent.
And ga,vo ?way tho money.
(A fellow-drono could always own
A Uttle of tho honey.)
Luck turned at last, tho brother died.
For death will not upare any ;
And Klci, thc lord of ares wide,
I dare not say how many
Inherited, the gossips say,
A very pretty penny.
Hi? friends are now left in the lurch,*]
His manner'!* dry and chilling,
He'B give a hundred to a church,
A neighbor not a shilling ;
But aa they go, he'll mumble low,
"Unable, not unw?Bng."
Write him a tale rrf woe. his ey :
Turns upward in the soeket.
And t'aeu he lays your let er by
With date and car ful docket.
Call, and I douot you'll find bim out
Or temper, town, or pocket
Can gold work wonders? Yes, it can ;
Tho cruel exorcisor
Had changed an honest, thriftless man
Into a grasping miser ;
Less foolish, true, than hun we knew,
Yet not a whit the wiser.
BOSTON-Per sehr Myrover-228 bales Upland Cotton,
568 bbls Naval Stores, 2u0 tons Old Iron and Metals,
1 bale Kip Skins, 227 Baw Hides, 1000 Oak Staves.
Tb? Charleston Cotton ?iuruci.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS. I
CHARLESTON, Wednesday Evening, D ^smber 18, 1867. j
The Inquiry for the staple was ^? the m^st limited
chancier, ouvers being generally out of tho market,
prices consequen?y, became wcater, and in most cases
were about J^c. lb. lower ; sales 300 bales-say 6 at
13 ; 13 at 13>? ; 2d at 13?i ; 40 at 14 ; 172 at 14>i ; 16 at
Uf(, and 29 at li%. Wo quoto :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.13 ?13%
Low Middling.14 (et
AUGUSTA, December 17.-COTTON-The market open?
ed brisk, willi a good demand for New York middling at
14c, but after tho receipt of noon advices from New York
and Liverpool, which affected our market caused it to
closo easy, without quotable change. New York Mid?
dling 14c. Total sales 530 bales. Receipt ; 1455 bales.
Ehe following aro Monday's sales and receipts, which
we omitted to publish in our report yesterday morning:
Sales 729, and receipts 970 bales.
BACON-Smoked Shoulders 13al3>j; B B Sides UJfalff;
C B sides l?calo; C sides 16al6??; Dry Salted Shoulders
Hail >?; Dry alted C R Sides l?>iai4; Hams 18a2j cts.
The above quotations are for large packages; small lots
?viii be Sate higher than these figure*.
COBS-sew white $110; mixed $1 08al 10.
WHEAT-White S3 Ocal; red ?2 40a2 50.
WILMINGTON, December 17.-TCBTEKTTNE-Market
qm t bat prices are unchanged. Sa cs ot 217 bb.s at
?2 85 for s f. and fl CO for hard per 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPESTI.NE-Ha- lUither dec.ined, and we
quot - sales t -d y oi 250 bbls at 45c per gallon.
l; .SIN-li s been m rather more inquiry to day. Sales
of 6*0 bbl* at $180 for strained, $185 for No 2, and $237 c,
a250 mr No 1.
j an-Only 48 bbls ?old at $2 per bbl.
CoTTOi-aark t stn dy. Sale- of 86 I ales at 13c for
low mia lling, and 13Ji? for midd Lugs.
New Orleans .Market.
NEW ORLEANS, December 13.-COTTON-The sales
to-day summed np 42o0 bates at full prices dur ng tho
early part of the day, but easier towards ino close. Wc
now quote Ord.nary at 12Xai2.Sc, GccdOrdinaiy a? 13??
al3.Sc. Low UK.diing at liai*\?e, Middling at -al4 v
and strict Miudnng at i jalare.
In giving the above ttgur -s it is proper to state that
the outside rate (14i?c) tor Lo>v Middi ng, is for strict
classification,and thai exceptional soles ot Middling vere
made ut a traction less than 14J?e; in fact, there wis a
good deal of Irregularity throughout, small lots sollin;;
cheaper than larger lists. During the carly part of tte
day inc toi.e ol tho market was apparently stronger,
there was a moderate supply offering, and factors met
the demand less freely, but at a later hour the advan?
tage was again on thc aide of the bayer, sud purchases
could readily be made at the above figures. In com?
paring prices with last Friday's, we find a total de?
cline ol >?alc %t lb, but the reduction from thc highest
point on saturday and Monday ia lal -?c. The teales ot
the past three (Lys comprise 11,500 hales, making a
total for the week of 2i,26u, against 27,550 hist week, and
24e0 tho week before. 1 ho demand has been parUy for
the North, but mostly for foreign ixpe rt The receipts
proper lor the wock amcut t to 24,378 bales, against
26,470 last week, showing a decrease ot 2192 bales. The
receipts proper for the corresponding period last year
were 31,979. The week's exports comprise 22,123 bales,
embracing I0,5'J4 to Liverpool, 5?50 to Havre, 4903 to
Barcelona, 74 to Boston, and 894 to New York.
STATEMENT OP COTTON.
Stock on band September 1st, 1867.bales-15,256
Arri /ed previously.181,984-187,949
Cleared to-day. C.126
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 89,244
The exports embrace 77 bales lor New York, 3432 for
Liverpool, 2027 for Havre, and 590 for barcelona.
The Baltimore Sun of Monday, the 16th inst, says:
Dispatches from Washirgton on Saturday statethatthe
Senate i. nance ce mmittee, arter a lengthy discussion of
the financial question, agreed to postpone action until
the next me Hog. It is hinted that a new scnemo will
be presented as a substitute lor the currency contracta n
bili, which, i: is tuou.hi, wul satisfy tho Ho se and be
approved by the Secretary. It seems to bc generally bc :
Reved that thc finance com" 1 tee will not agree to the
.LT use bill suspenuing the power of t e Sectctn y ,o le?
ttre or cancel United states notes. Secretary McCu loch
is oj po ed to it in its present shape, and tho op.mon is
that th<! commit e- coincide w tb him, and tbetciore it is
likely to bc so amended as to leave with the Secretary
power .o contract iu bit discr?tion, a c.rtain amount of
lega, tenders each monti, not exceeding, perhaps, ono or
two m.Uions, instead o:' four murions, as now provided
BALTIMORE, December 14.-COFFER-The only sale
to-day was 750 bags, ex Ocean Ranger, to go West, on
prirate te ms; balance ol Lapwing cargo, 600 bags, was
closed out yesterday, also on private terms. The market
is quiet but without quotable change.
LOTTON-Receipts light and stock reduced; demand
lees active than for tho previous day, the cable advicos
indicating a furti.ei decline. We report sales of 14 bales
Good Ordinary at 14J? ct?; 30 bales Middling at 15c; we
?uotc Low Middling at 14>? cts, some holders asking
DRESSED Hooa-Are higher; we notice sales at 9S cts
for lots, and retailing st 10 cts ft lb.
FLOCR- The severe cold snap prevailing is calculated
to check the work of millers. The receipts wiU doubt?
less fall off; owing ; o this cause holden? are finn, but
there is no inquiry tor shipment, und the trade but very
sparingly. To-day wo heard of no sales worthy of no?
GRAIN.-Receipts of all kinds were exceedingly 6mall
to-day, having boeu obstructed from the erl. ct? ot the se?
vere weather, both by water and rail. Of wheat only 800
bushels red received, too meagre to make a market; only
sales reported were 350 bushels prune red at $2 70, aud
150 bushels inferior white at tl 50. Corn-8300 bushels
white and 2450 bushels yellow comprised tho offerings ;
the market was fully maintained for prime dry-included
in tho sales were 2500 bushels good to prime white at
91 18al 20; 15.0 bushels, as to condition, fruin si l'5 to
11G; 1400 * ut-lie*is Wsstorn yellow at il 25; sniaH lots of
Maryland do, ss to condition, at $1 lOal 12; a car load ol
Wes.ern mixed at SI 25. Oat?-Wo rf peat sales of 300U
bushels prune at 75 cents; 450 nusheis good at 78 conta,
weight; 10(1 bushels common al 60 cents, measure. Bye.
150 bushels offered, but tone sold.
PROVISIONS-ibo market was very quiet to-day; we
heard of no transuitions iu Bulk ale?is, offerings light.
Bacon is moving-lowly at llj?al2cforSnoulders, 13a
13Kc for nb, and I - c lor clear rio sides; I7ul8c tor edy
cured Hams. Pr.meuc.v .testera Lar is scarce, uno
held at 13Xe per lb, ut which figure small lots h .vc beeu
taken. Mess P rk we quot . eu- -dy ut ?23u23 50 per bbl.
sfo-B-Nothing whttever ioported to-d.iy lu tuc way
of sales; Vt i y lime inquiry- on the p .rt. f me trade, and
oonffued ti prime goo ie, wh eh are in 1 ght st.ck; prices
are without alteration.
PHASES OF THE MOON.
First Q. 4tb, Sn. lin. morn ! La?t Q. 17Ui, 10b. 14m. cvon
Full M. 11th. 6h. 60m. morn | New M. 25th, Gu. 19m, even
Consignees per .soul li carunna ttuiiroati,
1404 bales Cotton. G9 bales Mdzc. ?22 bags Graiu, 2
cars Pig iro. , 1 car Cuttle, and Sundries. To H L Jei?
tos it Ce, G U Walter it l o, E H Rodgers k Co. Cohen,
H?ncale k Co. I ii Pringle, Willis & Chisolm, G W WB
liatts * Co. Railroad Agent. 7. Davis, Adams. Frost A
Vo.' fc>mith. Graeser, Lee, smith A: Co, .IDE biran,
J k J D Kirkpatruk, Pmckuey Bros, J H Baggett ic co,
D Jennings & Co. Johnston, t rews k Co, thurston &
Holmes. E J Wise A Co. J N Robson, King ?: Gibbon, D
B "Vincent, su-ect Br, s A-Co. W C Courtney A: co. Mrs
Snowden J Walurtham, Hunt Eros. L D Desaus-ure. J
V Aiken kio, Mowry ? CO. O Reeder. J M Caldwell k
Sens, Courtney ?: Triholm. A H Murrav, W P Dowling,
S Tt Sto.. y. Fraser A LUI. Jeftordt 4: t b. W C Dukes &
Co, Ktosman k Howell T H A W Deweea, Bollmann
Bros, WC Bte ? Co, A Loryea, Gibbes A- Co. M Oold
sm th A; Sm, Vi ardlaw & Carew, G A Uopley A- Co, F A
E*.?vyer, Stenhouse & Co, P Mulkai, II F Baker A Co v
M Bird k Co, M J Wood, J Jackson, C D brahe ft Co F
D C Kracke.
Consign?es per Northeastern Railroad,
198 bales Cotton, 334 bhls Naval stores Stock Lum?
ber. Mdzc, Ac. l oP J Picrst n, L D De saussure" r H
Rodgers A: Co. Williuius A Co, J A J D Kirkpatrick' W i
?SS ti Mowry * Cu- Uraeser, Lee, smith A- CO. ti
rw? ?!"' T D Btoney- Kan .paux A Lunueau. Muz ck
"">-. t A sawyer, aud Order. '
Wltelm?d^ SCa GU11' fr0m Baltimore-Mr Badger.
Jobniton. J E Ua^?S? T*l?l1 K
berrv, K B Fishell. E Egg, W HSSX * * KLN'--*
J J Mikel! and son. J ff B^?, ,VK KIUS"
dy. J S Whitey. Miss BiwcU. llUs Newn?l'd Mr N
bold, J L Steves?, U Howe, ? j I2TU^\Z vv i v
Rev J R Dowe Rev W Johnston, R*?W'smiUi TWP
kenson, and 32 deck. " >N u
HURT UP CHARLESTON.
.Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-left Sunday
la.st. Mdze. To Mordecai & Co, Courtenay A Tron
uoliri. Railroad Agent, J H V?llers. F Entelinan, Laurey
?c Alexander, J c. Ojemanu, Kov A T Porter, E H Pod?
gers & Co, H Buiwiukle, A Barucb, B O'Neill, J L Tor
rent .v Uro. J Truall, C N Averill .* *on. West i Jones.
Bolunaun Bros. Chclus & Witto, Q W steffen-) k Co. J C
Seuirnicr, Mrs W II Ladson, Douglas k Miller, C illien
th il. D H Sileox, J H Pringle. J Hurkamp & Co, E Klein,
J H Kenneker. Jeffords A- Co. W L Webb. R H McDowell
k Co. Dr W Brown, WagejMT, HoatU A Monscos, Osten?
dorff 4: Co, Porcher A: Henry, F Woyhman, J kW H
Atmstroujr. Werner k Ducker. C F Punkuin, O Teide
ni m. J \ Quackenoush, Mebrtens& Wohltmann. EUuck.
W ickenberg & Co. H Cobia i Co, A Bischoff, Z Miller, W
H Chafee, and others. Monday. A M. efl" cape Hatteras,
exchanged signals with the steamship Manhattan, bound
Sehr Santee, Prince; Back Rivor, 2.1t)0 bushels Rough
Rice. To J R Pringle.
Steamer St Uelona, Boyle. Edisto and Rockville. 18
bales Cotton, 24 bags Cotton Seed, and sundries. To J
H Murray, W M Bird, W Wilkeuson, W Gurney, Fraser
k Dill, T Y Simons, W Whaley, O H Ingrah&m, Roper k
Stoney, G W Clark A Co. W P Dowling k Co, and others.
Sloop Creina, iro-n Euhaw. 400 bushols Rough Rice,
2 bale? S I Cotton. To Roper k Stoney.
Boat from James Island. 4 bales S I Cotton. To Fra?
ser & Dill.
Sehr Myrover, Hughes, Boston-W Roach.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Suaiuship Charloton, Berry, New York.
From this Port.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore, Dec 10.
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr Yankee Blade. Coombs, at Baltimore, Dec 15.
LIST OK VESSKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS TORT.
The Skiold, Aibrechtsen, cleared.Nov 19
Nor bark Kjellcstadt, Wcrge, cleared.Oct 15
Bark C A Jones,-, up.Nov 15
The Sabina, Martin, sailed.Nov 28
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
NEWPORT, B. t.
Brig Tangent, Rich, sailed.Dec 4
Sehr E H Furber, Cobb, up.Doc 12
Sehr Maria T.uut. Tracey, up.Dec 10
Sehr Hiirtstcne, Horn, cleared.Nov 29
Sehr Vapor. I-ogert, up.Dec
Sehr Mary Fletcher, Pendleton, cleared.Dec 4
Sehr M B HrauihaU, Hussey, up.Doc 14
Bark Alex McNeil!, Andrews, cleared.Dec 12
Brig Open Sei, Coombs, cleared.Dec 4
SchrE Matthews. Metlwee. cleared.Nov 30
Sehr M Milnes, Burdge, cleared.Dec 8
Brig Yankee Blade, Coombs, cleared.bec IS
Sehr Shiloh, Hubbard, cleared.Dec 3
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
li AGG ISG. f. yard- -
Dundee. 30 (ni 63
Gunnv Cloth. 20 au 32
BALE ROFE, f lb-Manilla. 24 ? 25
Western. 13 @ 15
New York. - @ -
Ju e. 10 (cC 12
BREM), f, ft
Navy. - @ -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 ? 15
FRICKS. fi M. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAS, f, 100 lbs. 33 ru. -
COTTOy. fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 13 ? 13X
Low Middling. 1? ? 14 '4
Middling to Strict Middling. 14>i@ -
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland. 35 (?. 1.25
CANDLES, f, lb-Sperm. 23 ? -
Adamantine. 1". (ol 25
Tallow. 19 ? 20
COFFEE, fl lb-Rio. 24 ? 30
Laguayra.. 2b ? 35
Java. & 46
CORDAGE, f, lb-Manilla. - @ -
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORK HEAL. S bbl. 6.00 @ -
COAL, f ton-Anthracite. 9.50 (ctlC00
COPPER. 9 lb-Sheet.I 68 (Si 60
Peruvian Guano, V ton.100.0) ? -
Pacific Guara. i3 2000 tbs. 76.00 ? -
Phoenix Guano.. -. 55 00 ? -
Baugh's Phosphate, f 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate. f, 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mapcs'Super Phosphate, fl 2000 lbj 65.00 @ -
Zeb's Ra-.v Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zcll's Super Phosphate of Lime. .| 60.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..- | 65.00 @ -
FISH-Cod, fi 100 lbs.I 7.00 ? 9.00
Herring, fi box. 45 @ 80
Mackerel, No. 1, V half bbl. 11.00 ?11.60
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl.10.00 ?10.50
Mackerel, No. 3, f> bbl. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1. by kits. - cu -
No. 2. _ (cu -
No. 3. - (gi _
Sardines, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Halt boxes_ 48 ? 60
FLOUR, bbl-Super.11.00 cg) -
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?12.50
Baltimoro Extra.13.00 ? -
Family. 14.00 ? -
FRUITS- Prunes, fl ft.... . 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. 10 ? 28
Almonds, soft shcU. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. R., fl box. 4.00 ? 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 4.60 ? 6.CO
Oranges. - @ -
Lemons, fi bos.^.16.00 ?17.00
GLASS, r box of 50 1 et
American, 8x10. 5.50 cu 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.50
French. 12x14. 7.00 (ni 8.00
G RM:,'-Maryland Outs, ^ bushel. 68 ? 90
Western Oats, fi bushel. - (a) -
Corn, fl bushel. 1.20 ?1.40
Beans, f bushel. 2.00 @ 3.00 I
HAY, fi cwt.-North Ri ver. 1.30 ?1.40
Eastern. 1.40 ? 1.46 I
HIDES-Dry, fi lb. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-V ft. 1.00 ? 1.75
IRON- Relined, fl ft. 07 ? 07
Swede.I 09 ? 1C>,
LATHS, * M.- 4.00 ? .50
LIME- Shell, fi bbl. - ? -
South Carolina. 1.60 ? -
Rockport.I 2.00 (a) 2.25
Cement.I 2.76 ? 3.60
Plaster Paris. | 4.00 ? 1-50
CUMBER, fl M. loot
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|60.0o ?55.00
White Pine, good ri n.?08.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards. f. M. feet-Rough.13.00 ?15.00
Grooved and longued_ 28.00 (q}32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, t* ft. - -
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 50
Muscovado. 55 'a. 65
Sugar House. 60 ? 1.00
New Orleans. 75 ? 82
NA VAL STORES, fi bbl-Tar. - ? -
Pitch.j - (9 -
Rosin, Pale. - @ -
Rosin, No. 1. - ig) -
Rosin, No. 2. - @ -
Rosin. No. 3. - (ct -
Spirits Turpentine, ft call?n. - ? -
Oa&uui. 4t ID._ 16 f<a _
NAILS-American, 4@20d, f keg. 5.50 @ 7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, t*ft. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 (?1 -
Spikes. 12 ? 15
Ol IS- Lard, "fi gallon. 1.40 (gi 1.45
Linseed, fi gallon. 1.54 @ 1.60>j
Sperm, Winter, fi gallon. 2.95 ? -
Cotton Seed, fi gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. I.), f gabon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, fl dozen.I 8.00 fc?10.00
Kerosene $ gabon. 62 @ 54
Benzine, f gabon. 60 ? -
PROVISIONS-Beef, mess, f, bbl.16.00 (a)30.00
Be ef, prime.14.00 ?15.00
Pork, mess. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - ? -
Bacou, Hams, Y lt.. - lg) -
Bacon, bides. 15 ? 16
Bacon, Shoulden. 12 ^ ii. Ki 1.
Bacon, Strips. - ? -'*
Lard, in keg. I ry:, 16
Butter. 30 ? 45
Cheese. 13 ? 64
Potatoes f> ubi. 4.00 ? -
Onions .I 4.00 ? -
Apples. 8.00 ? 9.00
PAINTS-WUito Lead. f> ft. 10 ? IC
Black Lead.| lu ? 12
Zinc, White.? 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, Vi ft M ? -
RICE-Caroliua, ft. 7>?? 8??
East India. - H -
SLA TES- American, fl square.12.50 (di -
.lt HIN OLES, fi M. 7.00 ? 8.10
White Pine, first quality.12.00 <<r. -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, f sack. 1.40 ? 1.75
Liverpool, tint. - ? -
SOAP-Bar, fi ft. ll (.; 16
STARCH, f ft. 10 ? 12
SPICES, f> lb-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ? -
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Tepper. 40 @ -
Pimento. 40 ? 50
Race Ginger. 30 ? -
SPIRITS, V gabon-Alcohol. 5.UU (g; 6.00
Bran ly. Cognac. I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 ? 5.00
Gin, American. 3.50 ? 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum, >*. E.I 2.50 ? 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 @ 5.00
Whiskey. Rectified. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUGAR, fi ft-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. 16,^? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Muscova?'' . 13 ? 16
SEGA ?S-Domestic manufacture, f. M. 18.00 (5145.00
TEAS, f ft-Iiuporiul. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.60
Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Young Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.75
TOBACCO, ti ft, as per quatitv. 40 ? 1.60
TIMBER-Hewn Timber- Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00
Ash. - ? -
Poplar. ... - ? -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate. 15.00 ? -
I X Rooting Plate.|17.00 ? -
) C Tin Plate', 10x14.15.50 (at -
1 X Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 Ot: -
I C Tin Plate, 14x20. 16.50 ? -
Block Tin, ft. *0 ? -
Tir/.VA'-Cotton. t>. ft. 73 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 50 ? -
YARjtlSH- Bright, f gallou. 25 ? -
Parafiue. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wino, fl gallon. 50 ? .
Cider. 30 ? -
French. 1.00 (<i 1.25
WINE, "fi gallon-Port. 2.50 (cu COO
Madeira. 3.25 (.1' 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 io; 5.01?
Claret, "fi ease. 5.(MI ($13.60
Champagne, fl basket.25.OM ro.jo.no
ZINC-Sheet, ri ft.I -'6 (ai 27
air ROYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest rutes paid 1<T DOl'HUioNS KU<I nil kinds
Of GOLD AND SILVER.
TAYLOR A CO., Banker?,
No. 16 Wall street.
LKt ibor 13 lyx New York,
Headquarters Second Militar jr I
CHARLISTOX, ti. C., December
[General Orders So. 130. |
I. To pr?vido for tho support of tho Provisio
meut ot South Carolina for ihe ycai common
first dav of October, 1867, and end.ng on tho tl
ol September, 1S68, tho Act of the G-norul
"To raise supplies ior the year commencing i
one thousand eight huuJied and sixty-six,'
December 21, 18G6, will, os hcrcinaiLr moJifi
tinned in force untU supcreo led by legislati
otherwise ordered by proper authority.
ABTICLKS TAX Ul > ".VD Y .VI. ul; II M. "
1. On all real estate, twouty-fivc cents ou o
dred dollars: Provided, that on suth lands us
the possession of thc Bureau of Refugees, Frei
Abandoned Lauds on the tirst day of January
tho owner or claimant is thereby deprived of
lion and UBe, such tax shall not bc collected; o
tal stock of all gas-light companies, twcnty-?\
every huudred dollars; on articles inanula
sale, barter, or exchage, between the first day
ary, ono thousand eight hundred and slxty-i
1 the first day of January, ono thousand o
dred and sixty-eight, twenty cents on every hu
lars, to bo paid by the manufacturer; on tl
value of thc gross amount ol spiritous liquors
tured from the first day ot January to the thirt
of December, 1868, five per cent., to be poid qi
the end of each quarter to the fax Collectors c
tricta in which it was manufactured; on bug)
ages, gold and silver plate, watches, jewelry ai
on hand on tho first day ol January, 1S68-ex
hold by dealers for the purpose of sale-ene
evory hundred dollars.
"TAX OK mourn."
2. Upon all gross incomes derived iront emp
faculties and professions, including the pro
dentistry (whether in the profession of the la
come, be derived from the costs of suit, or foes
source of professional incomes), excepting cl
two and onc-hslf dollars on every hundred doll
commissions received by brokers, vendue ina
tors, commission merchants, dosiers in exchs
eign and domestic), or in mot tgag< s, bonds a
negotiable papers, two and one-half dollars i
hundred dol?ais; from premiums received by i
companies or underwriters, two dollars on c\
dred dollars; front the receipts of express or ott
portation companies earned within the limits of 1
one dolkr on every hundred dollars; ai
the receipts of telegraph companies carnee
tho limits of tho sute, two and one-ball
on every hundred dollars; from the sale c
papers or magazine?, one dollar on every
dollars; on tho gross receipts of newspape
lisbcd In t?e State, twenty cents on every bund
lars ; from the sale of poods, wares or merchant
bracing all tho articles of trado, sale, barter or e
(cotton taxed by the United States excepted), wi
person shall make between tho first day ol .lani
the thirty-first day of December, 18C3, to be pal
terly at the ond of each quarter lo the several 1
lectors, twenty cents on overy hundred dollars
gross profits of all banks or banking institutlc
dollars on every hundred dollars ; on tho grose ;
derived from the arts of photographing or dague
mg, one dollar on evory hundred dollars ; on alli
from salaries, runts, dividends, and money at i
one dollar on every hundr d dollars in excess of fi
dred dollars ; on tho gross incomes of all ratlroa
exempted by law), from earnings within the Sh
dollar on every hundred dollars. All persons 1
hotels shall pay a tax ot two dollars on ?very h
dollars of gross income ; ali persons keeping rest
or eating houses shall pay a tax ot two doll
every hundred dollars of gros.* income ; a
sens keeping livery stables shall pay a t
two dollars on every hundrod dollars of gross ir
all butchers and hucksters shall pay a I
one dollar on every hundred dollars of gross incoi
persons k poping billiard tables shall pay a tax
dollars on evory hundred dollars of gross incoi
persons keeping bowling alleys shall pay a tax
dollars on every hundred dollars of gross incoi
persons keeping bar-rooms, whether connect d
hotel or otherwise, shall pay a tax of ten dollars on
hundred dollars of gross income; all persons k
ferries or bridges shall pay a tax of one dollar on
hundred dollars of gross income; all pe- sons keepit
gates shall pay a tax of one dollar on every hundre
lars of gross income; each person or company kee
puoiic race track shall pay a tax of one hundred d
upon each public hask, stage coach, baggage wage
omnibus, drawn by two or more horses, there sh
paid a tax of ten dollars ; and upon each dray and
I or baggage aud express wagon, drawn by one ht
tax of five dollars.
"TAXES IMPOSED FOB CEBIAUt PBIVTLEOBI "
3. All pei sons representing for gain or reward anj
comedy, tragedy, interlude, or farce, or other cw
nient of the stage, or any part thoiein, or exhibitiu
works or other (hows of any kind whatsoever, sha
a tax of ten dollars per day, to bc paid into tho hai
the Clerks ol the Court i, or or u Magistrate In tl
genoe ol tba Clerk, who shall bc bound to collect au
tlie tame into thc public treasury, except in cases <
thc same is now required by law to be paid to cor
lions or otherwise. Upon even' taking out of a ch
except tor rihgious, charitable and educational in
tious, there .-hall be levied a tax of twenty dollars;
each renewal of a charter liable to lax under this c
ten dollars, and all companies Incorporated in i
States shall pay for the privilege of carrying on thei
siness in this State the same charter fee as is rcquii
companies incorporated in this SUte All circus ex
Mons, to be paid at the time, bfty dollars per day.
and every person keeping a do,? ur dogs, shall pay i
of ono dollar for eacu dog. For the privilego of se
lottery tickets within tho limits of this State, five
dred dollars per month, to be paid monthly or quar
in advance to tho Treasurer of tho State of South Cs
na, who, upon such payment, snail grant a licens
tho time for which such payment has been made, bul
for less than one month.
" SPECIAL TAX."
ti. A capitation tax of one dollar shall be paid by e
malo person between the ages of tweity-ono and ? i
r?sidants of tho State on the first day of January,
thousand eiphi huudred and sixty-eight, except sue
are incapable of earning a support by reason of me
or phye.cal disability : Provided, that double execul;
for the non-payment ot the capitation tax or the past :
shall n it be enforced, and that in all casos where exi
tlou has not been issued and no co -ts havo been incur
the tax may be discharged by fae payment of tho orig
amount on or before the ttr?t day of Maren, 1868.
6. AU taxes levied on property as preicnbod in
ordor, shall be paid to the Tax Collector for Un Dist
or Turish in which said proporty is located, except I
the tax on railroad companies, express companies, i
telagraph companies, shall be returned to and paid
rectly into the Tr.antry of the State; and this ret
shall bc made quarterly.
C. All individual tox<>H will be. assessed directly ii]
and collected directly from Ute individuals from Wb
they aro due.
7. Tho houses and lots on Sullivan's Island shall
returned to the Tax Collector ol the Tax Dist rici
which they are situated, in the sante manner as ott
town lots and houses, und shall be liable to the ta
rates of taxation.
8. Bet?re the collection of the taxes herein provii
for, every Assessor or Tax Collector (acting lu the
parity of AEseisor) lu this State shall proceed to make
ad valorem assessment of all lands, buildings and i
provenu nts, without distinction as to city, town or coi
try property, and upon all other property upon which
ad valorem tax has beeu levied, with reference to 1
market value ol such property itt United States curri
cy, and without reference to any previous assessmei
and such assessments shall bo subject to revision
military authority. Each Assessor and each Tax Colli
tor acting UH Assessor, bet?re cuteriug upon his dut
as Assessor, shall take and subscribe before ibo Clerk
the Court of tho District the following oath, which sh
bc endorsed on his cImmission, viz: "I, A. B.,
promise and swear that I will, to the best of my abilil
execute tho duties of Assessor lor my Collection Distrii
and will, without favor or patiality, ascertain and ass?
thc actual value of the property, real aud pei sunni, upi
which au ad valorem tax is levied, before aud for the pu
pose of levying such tux."
1?. Each Tax Collector shall attend at the Courthou
ofihe lax District <or if there be un Courthouse,
some other public place), dally l-jr one week previous
making his final return for tho receipt of taxes of h
respective District or Parish. All taxes on property ii
posed by the provisions ot this order shall have rofe
euee both as to possession aud valuation to tho first di
of January, eighteen hundred aud sixty-eight, exec]
where some other date is specially designated. All taxi
on income imposed Oy the provisions of this oct sha
have reference to the amount of such income receive
between the first day ot' January, one thousand c?gl
huudred aud sixty-seven, aud the first day of Junuar
oue thousand eight huudred and sixty-eight, and all sue
income tax shall be due aud payable on or bet?re th
thirty-first day of March, 1868.
10. Ihe tuxes herein levied shall be paid only in ?ol
and silver coin, United Stales Treasury notes, or note
declared lo be a leiul tender by the Government of th
United ."?lutes, or notes of National Batiks, or the bills re
ccivable of this State, and also pay-certificates of Juror
and Consu-olo for attendance on tho Courts. The Ta
CoUectors of the several Collection Districts shall be al
lowed, on all sums of money paid into their bauds toi
taxes, a commission as follows, that is to say : the Ta:
Collectors of Abbeville, Anderson, Barnwell, Chester
Clarendon, Darlington, lidgelleld. Kershaw, Laurens
Newberry, Orange, Richland, Spartan burg, Sumter
Union, York, Marion, st. Phillip's und st. MicbtelV, a
the rate ol four per cent. ; the Tax Collectors of Chester
Held, Fairfield, Greenville, Lancaster, Lexington. Marl
boro', Picken-, St. Matthews, Prince George's Winyah
St, Bartholomew's, Williamsburg, at the rate of six pei
cent; thc Tax Collectors of All Saints", Christ Church,
Horry, Prince William's, St. George's Dorchester, St.
Helena. St. James' Goos* Creek, St. James' Sanfet, st.
John's Berkeley. St. John's Colleton, St. Peter's. St.
Stephen's, at the rate of eight por cent. ; thc Tax Collec?
tors of St. Andrew's, St. Luke's, St. Paul's, St. Thomas'
and st. Dennis', at thc rate of ten per cent ; Provided,
thal In any District where the gross amount ol taxes paid
in shall exceed the sum or thirty thousand dollars, tho
loiuuiis-iuus ol the Tax Collectors shall be two per cent,
on such excess.
ll. In sains of md estate upon execution for non-pay?
ment of taxi if the amount bid for such real estafe ba
uoi greater than thc nuioiint ot thc execution nnd cosfs,
it "hull be the duty ol the Sherill' to bid in the property
for the State, and the title thereto shull thereupon be
passed to the state, subject lo such equitable rightf of
redemption u may hereafter be determined upon by leg-,
I (stative authority, Imprisonment for over due taxes is]
abolished : but whenever the amount of the' tax,
fcc., of any person cannot bo made out of any propi
which ho ls possessed, the Sheriff holding tho exe?
shall make return theroof to tho Commissioners of
or Public Buildings, or other appropriate munlcip
[henty, who may outorcc the payment of tho tax c
labor upon the roads, bridges and other public w
Provided, that the commutatiou value of such laboi
not bc less than any cents for a labor day of eight 1
12. Ail taxes levied by thlB order, except when
taxes are payable quarterly, shall bo duo and paya'
follows: One-half on or before the thirty-first d
March, ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-eigh
the remaining half on or before tho thirtieth day of
ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, in;
son desiring to pay the whole amount of his taxe
cept such as aro returned quarterly) on or befoi
thirty-first day of March shall have the privilege
doing, and shaU bo entitled to a discount of flv<
cent upon tho amount of taxes falling due on tht
day of Jun?, 1868.
13. No TaxCrllector or Assessor shaU receive his
missions until his returns have boon received a
Treasurer's office, and been approved by him.
ll. Taxes lovied by municipsBties, cjrporu?on?
other local authorities, under any general or specia
offne State, will conform in principle to the modifica
APPROPBIA1 IONS FOB THE TEAR COM MEN C
OCTOBER U 1867.
II. It is hereby ordered, that tho following sums
be appropriated for tho payment of the various ol
and expenses of the State government :
1. Executive Department : For the salary of the G<
nor, three thousand five hundred dollars; for tho Pri
Secretary of tho Governor, twelve hundred dollars;
the Messenger of the Governor, one hundred dollars
tho Contingent Bund of the Executive Depart rr.
twenty-five thousand dollars, to bc subject tc the t
of the Governor, and to bc sccounted for annual!
him to tho Legislature; for tho rent of the Govert
house in Columbia, three hundred dollars; foi' two wi
men tor tho new state House and grounds, nine hunt
and sixty dollars, to be drawn on draft of the State Hi
Keeper; for the .salary and services of the Secretar
thc State, in lieu of all chargea against the Slate for s
ing commissions, five hundred dollars.
Legislative Department: For tho salary of the K
cr of tho state House and Librarian, three 1 undrcd
lars; for contingent expenses of Legislativo Librarj
bc paid on draft of the Librarian, accounted for by 1
at the Treasury, and reported by the Treasurer to
Legislature, two hundred dollars, if NO much bc ne
3. Judiciary Department : For thc salary of the Cl
Justice, thirty-five hundred dollars ; for Ure salari?e
ten Judges and Chancellors, three thousand dollars ea
for tho salary of the Attorney-Goncral, eleven hund
dollars ; for tho salaries of five Solicitors, nine hund
dollars each ; for the salaries of thirty-one Dist
Judges, at five hundred dollars each, fifteen thom:
five hundred dellars ; tor the Clerk of tho Court of .
peals, who shall bc the Librarian, eight hundred dolli
tho same to include the expenses of fuel ; for the sal
of the Messenger of the said Court, two hundred c
twenty-five dollars ; for tho purchase of books for I
Library of the Court of Appeals, ono thousand dollars,
bc drawn and expended by order of the presiding J
tice ; for firewood and fuel for the Court of Appeals, fi
dollars, if so much be necessary ; fer the salary of St
Reporter, ouo thousand five hundred dollars ; and t
several appropriations aforesaid, for the Clerks, Lib:
riane, Messengers, Reporters, and for the incidental <
penses of the Court of Appeals, shall be paid by t
Treasurer, only upon warrants, to bo drawn by tho pi
siding Judge of tho Court of Appeals, at such time ai
for nuch portions as he may deem just and proper ; ai
it shall bc tho duty of said Reporter to attend in persi
or bj deputy the sittings of thc Court of Appeals, and
report suoh arguments and statements of tacts as mi
be necessary to a correct understanding of the decisloi
of the said Court ; for the pay of Jurors and Constable
sixty thousand dollars, if so much be necessary.
4. Treasury Department: For the salary of tho Trea
urer of the State thirty-two hundred dollar-, includit
the salaries ot one or more clerks; for the salary ol tl
Comptroller-General, twenty-flvo hundred dolhrs, ii
duding clerk's salary, said clerk tobe appointed by, ar
removed at tho pleasure of the Treasurer and Comptrc
ler-General respec?vely; to the Comptroller-General, tw
hundred dolla-s, for making out copies of tho Tax R
turns in eighteen hundred and sixty eight; for publiai
ing the tax and appropriation order, if BO much be ncc?
sary, three hundred dollars, to bc expended by th
CompbroUcr-General and accounted for to the Legisli
ture; for tho contingent expenses of tho Comptrollei
General's and Treasurer's office, printing taxbookiam
instructions to collectors, and distributing tho same
thtee thousand five hundred dollars.
C. The University of South Carolina: For the Balarie
of eleven Professors, eleven thousand dollars; tor tho Ll
branan of the University, who shall be tho Secretary o
tho Board of Trustees, st?; hundred dollars, to be pa?
by the Trjnsurcr of the State, quarterly, in advance, hli
drafts being countersigned by thc Chairman of tho Ex
ceutivc Committee of thc Board of Trustees; for thc sala
ry of thc Trca?urer ol thc University, four hundred dol
lars; lor thc salary of the Um sar and Marshal, tour hun
dred dollars; and for repairs to thc University buildings,
two thousand dollars, if so much bc necessary: Proviiled,
that tho sums realized from rents of tho University
grounds and buildings shall first be applied to this ob?
ject, and only the excess bo drawn from the Treasury.
C. Ordinary Civil Expenses: For tho payment of the
contingent accounts of the State, twenty-five thousand
dollars; for dieting and ti unsporting prisoners, sixty
thonsaud dollars, if BO much be necessary; for tho sup?
port of i roc schools, twenty-llvo thousand dollars; Pro?
vided, that thc amount thus appropriated ehaU not bc
expended until the Le.islature shall li ave established a
system of tree schools, the benefits of which shall bo ex?
tended to the children of citizens or residents ot thc
Stale without distinction ol raer or color; ior tho Lunatic
Asylum, nineteen thousand seven hundred and oighteen
dollars; Provided, that tho mm of Alx thousand dollars
shall be refunded to tho Treasury of tho State, when ibo
arr. arages due irom the Commissioners of thc Poor of
tho seveial Districts shill be paid.
7. Ordinary Local Expenditure: For maintaining and
keeping open the Roper Hospital in Charleston, three
thousand dol?an, to bo paid to the Medical Seclety In
trust for the Roper Fund, to defray the oxLenses of said
Hospital; for the salary of tho physician of tho jail at
Charleston, commencing the twenty-seventh day of
Msrch, ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, five
hundred dollars per annum; for enforcing the quaran?
tine in ?outh Carolina, including salaries of Port Physi?
cian and boat hire, eight thousand dollar?, if so much bo
necessary; for the transient poor of Charleston, eight
thousand dollars, if BO much bo necessary.
8. For the support ol tho Catawba Indians, twelve hun.
dred dollars, if so much be necessary, to be paid to the
order of thu Indian Agent, and to he expended under the
ordor of tho Govornor.
9. Public BuiUingt: For completing the roof of thc
State House in process of construction, two thousand
dollars, if so much bo necessary; for continuing the
construction of the Penitentiary, for tho pay of officers
and guards, for subsisting guards and convicts, an.l for
clothing convicts, eighty thousand dollars, to be paid on
the drafts of the Governor, from timo to time, ac the
several sums may be nr-edod.
10. Extraordinary Expenditure*: For the rent and fix?
tures of a house for the use of the Court of Appeals,
three hundred dollars, the contract rela?Dg thereto to be
approve J by the Chief Justice beforo tho money is drawn
on his order.
IL It shall be the duty of the Commissioner ol' Public
Buildings in the several Districts to furnish the Jailor or
Sheriff thereof with a suffloient number of blankets for
thc comfort of nil prisoners, and also to pay for such
medical attention and medicines as may bc required by
thc sick. The Sheriff and Jailors of thc several Districts
in this State will promptly make requisitions upon the
Commissioners for blankets and medicines, and, if the
same are not furnished by the Commissioners within
five days, the Sheriff shall report the failure to those
Headquarters, giving the names of the persons who may
bc the Commissioners in his District.
12. Tho contingent accounts of Clerks, Sheriffs, Coro?
ners, Magistrates, Constables, and other officers of this
State, shall bc forwarded to the Comptroller-General,
who shall audit the same, and if found conformable to
law, ho shall draw his warrant upon the Treasurer for
the payment thereof. '
13. The Act entitled "An Act to provide for thc issue
of bills receivable in payment of indebtedness to the
State, to tho amount of five hundred thonsand dollars,"
passed December 21, 1865, and thc Act entitled "An Act
to provide for tho redemption of biils receivable, issued
by this ?tate," passed Septombor 20, 18fi6, are hereby
continued in force.
14. The Treasurer of the State of South Carolina is
hereby authorized to pay the appropriations herein made,
and tho salaries of public officers, payable by law. out of
funds applioable thereto, which have f allen due since thc
first day of October, 1867, and which may hereafter fall
15. No moneys raised under thc provisions of this or?
der or the Acts herein mentioned, shiJl be applied to the
payntert of principal or interest of ?.ny debt contracted
or incurred in support of the late war against the United
16. The unexpended balance of aoproprlatir.ns made
within thc last two years and undrawn, may be paid by
tho Treasurer, according to the la wi. of South Carolina,
except "for tho salary of the Adjatant and Inspector
Gmcral," "support of the Military academy at Charles?
ton," "for military contingencies" for services of the
Secretary of State in signing milltaiy commissions, and
for support of ire? schools, which last shall remain in
j tho Treasury subject to tho conditions of the provision in
By Command of Bvt. Maj or-Ge ne.-al ED. R. S. CANDY :
LOUIS V. C AZU BO, Aide-de-Camp,
Act'g Ass't Adj't Gen1!.
Official-0. IL MITCHEL, Aide-deCamp.
Foi' the Haudkercliief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distillod from tho Raro ami
Beautiful Flower from which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOB rUALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WI1MM & (?0.,
Jspnury ll_ mthlyr
THE FLORENCE GAZETTE,
PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY, AT FLORENCE,
S. C., offers an excellent medium to Merchant? and
ethers who wish to extend their business in the Pee
Dee section of the State. Hates of advertising very rea
sonablH. September 1?
MINIMS AND MANUFACTURING INSTRUCTION.
GEOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL
Charleston, S. C.
OFFICE 4T Tl CHARLESTON MIMI IND MAMMfiCO.,
NO. 60 WENT WORTH-STREET.
FRANCIS S. HOLMES, NATHANIEL A. PRATT,
Professor of .Geology and Natural Professor of Chemistry and Geology,
History, College of Charleston, late of Oglethorpe University and
S. C. Savannah Medical College, Georgia.
We will attend in our individual capacities in giving ADVICE AND
INSTRUCTION to all persons interested in MINING, IMPROVED AGRI?
CULTURE, CHEMICAL ANALISIS OR MANUFACTURES. INVES?
TIGATIONS MADE in all branches of thc business at REASONABLE
December 1? ;t
_RAILROAD AND ENGINEFRS' SUPPLIES.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & GO.,
No. 160 MEETING STREET,
DEAL?KS IN EVERY DESCKIPTIO.\ OF
CIRCULAR SAW AND OKTST 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.
November ? .tothemo
PAPER AND STATIONERY WAREHOUSE, PRINTINO, ETC.
W A L K E K * S
No. 3 BEOAD-STEEET,
PAPER Ml STATIONERY WAREHOUSE,
POWER PEESS PRINTING,
ACCOUNT BOOK MANUFACTURING.
?kL_w a-l k e r . e v ? n s A,i* s ? JET
:ftRl ?fi| ???j: ?SS'r?? ^
Il SS II ii IS GREATLY DEDUCED RATES.
? W ito i|s ?
H 9 1 ll H LARGE STOCK
. PAPER & STATIONERY. np
^^^^^^J ||BLANK^ BOOKS
^Sfe^???ill^^ REDUCED PRICES !
Every facility ol' improved Machinery, nnd Paper purchased direct from
the Manufacturers, enables the Proprietor to work AT NEW YORK
A large Stock of FANCY INKSTANDS and STATIONERY, and a beau?
tiful variety of
SORRENTO FANCY BOXES!
BRACKETS, WATCHSTANDS AND CARVED WORK, &c, &c, ?c.
FOR SALE LOW.
Deeembf r 13 ?
No. 9 Broad street,
Foreign and Domestic,
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT
At Reduced Prices.
_FURNITURE, CHILDREN'S CARRIA0E8, ETC._
THE GREAT EXPLOSION* WHICH HAS JUST OCCURRED OPPOSITE TO US. HAS SO
frightouul us that wc hr.vo determined to put down our Stock at SUCH LOW FIGURES as will
?DZEZEP-X- COIl^IPETITIO?T !
NOTWITHSTANDING TEE BURSTING OF SHELLS, WE HAVE ON HAND A LABOE ASOBTMENT OP
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS,
AND EVERY ARTICLE THAT APPERTAINS TO A
WELL-KEPT FURNITURE ESTABLISHMENT.
We pronii.se, in all CMOS, to ^ive .satisfaction.
We Manufacturo all kinds of Furniture, and Repair in the best manner at THE L0WE9T PBICE8.
Remember the "STGN OF THE GOLDEN ROCKER," at the corner of King and Maiket-streete.
MACKEY & BAKER.
READY-MADE CLOTHING AND FURNISHING GOODS.
FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS
TUE WHOLESALE STOCK
MURPHY, LITTLE & CO.,
No. 161 Meeting-street, Opposite Pinckney,
BELOW MANUFACTURERS' COST.
CALL SOON AND SECURE A BARGAIN.
STOVES! STOVES I STOVES I
1W IS YOUR TIE !
Stoves so Cheap
THAT IT WILL
THE IMPROVED ORIENTAL.
MAKE YOU LAUGH !
The Cheapest Stove Store Between
the Potomac aud the Rio Grande !
A LARGK ASSORTMENT OF
Hall, Parlor and Cookiua- Stoves.
Sheet Iron, Lead, Zinc and Copper.
Lead and Irou Pipe.
G RATE TRIMMINGS.
IB R00FI1XG AM PLUMBING WORK
ATTENDED TO AT THE SHORTEST NOTICE.
ADAMS, DAMON & CO.,
Mo. 14 BROAD-STREET,