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THE DAILY NEWS.
FRIDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 20, 1867.
And ibero ?he;- sat a popping com.
John Sti:. s and Susan Cutter;
John Milos stout as any ox.
And Susan fat as butter.
And there tboy sat and shelled tho corn,
And raked and st rrcd the fire.
And talked ot different kinds of ears.
And hitched their chair J up nigher.
Then Pusan she the popper shook.
Thou John he .?hook tho popper,
Till both their laces grew as red
AS saucepaus made of copper.
And then they shelled, and popped and ate,
All kinds of fun a p k pg,
And he haw-hawed at her remarks.
And she laughed at his joking.
And still they popped and still they ate,
(Joan's mou:b a? likj a hopper)
And stirred th i Uro. and 6pnukled salt,
And snook sad Miook thc popper.
The dook struck nine, the clock struck ten,
And still ibe e TU kept popping:
It struck eleven and thoa struck twelve,
And ?till uo sigi-s of stopp.t;,'.
And Jobi/ ho tte, and Sue t>be thought
The esra did pop and patter.
Till J.? n cried oat. "lho corn's a?re t
Vi hy, susan, what's the matter?"
Said abo, "John Stiles, it's one o'clock;
You'll die of indigestion;
I'm sick ot ah thu popping com
Wny don't you pop the question?"
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LIVERPOOL-Per Bri:l?h ship Charleston-2190 bales
Upland Cotton, 44 bags S I Colton, 200 bbls Rosin.
HOS bags C otton seed.Per bark Leonidas-1661
bale. Upland Cot:on.
BOSTON-Per sehr Hyrovet -228 bales Upland Cotton
668 bbla Naval Moree, 2<?0 tons Old Iron and Metals
OTtJ vnt^'P^Un*' 'm Kaw tote"- Oak staves
fl?"J xu?a.-I\r steamship Manhattan-37 bogs S I and
303 ba.? Upland Cotton. M) tierces Klee, U4 bales Do?
me; UCS snu Yuro-, HO sacks and 6 bbls u round
peas, 12 lackogos.Pc-steamship saisgosia-155
Doles s 1 ana ta bates Upland Cotton. 0I tierces
PR'??'? 182 .Per steamshn,
" ^?T^T t1 Cottou' 4SS "?-es Upland
Cctfam 2J7 bbls Roam, i8 bale. \>a-te, 13 bales Moss
44 bales Yarn, iso packages Sundries.Per
Mcamship Chirkstcn-&7I1 DaleB " b ,
Tare. '?4 oa^e Domrailcs. ca tierces Lioo. OJ Empty
BarreL*. 134 sacks Groundnut*, 470 Pigs Iron "1
pieces Don. 8 boxes 1 obateo, n boxes and 3 bb!-.
Bro-s and Copper. 6 Packages, 2 Bairc's
BALTLUuBE-Pcr "tcanuuip xaleon-aaVerces Rir*
240 bales Cotton, 12 palagea Hiuc* and 31
bals? Rag?, 8 bales Rope cuttings. 16 ticrcaa Hm -,
Phosphate from Ashley River. 88 Packages"
THE: CHARLESTON MARKET.
ITO? THE WEEK EXPE?o THCESUAY. DECEMBER 19.1
COITON.-Thc depressed price for this article, which
ha. for some time characterized the market, st?l cor?
inne* and we renret ;o soy with small opp aran-e ot
immediate improvement. Umll a Oecided change tte"
t!f CH??n 0f trttd? aad ???ell affairs, there
U but little hope for a strong and ^ m
the value of the suple. Amonj othor c?nt?a .ML,
o -uir causes which nave
tended to quickly reduce tito price of tho article, is the
facility which buyers have, by nieaus of thc cabl>', to
place their purch ?es, as tuon as made tn tho American
ports, on the English market ; sales to arrive beim; now
a most imp 'riant feature iu thc trade. By this means
much of ibo supply on baud, in thc porta ot thu United
States, may bc considered ot any moment as iormina a
part of the stock at Liverpool, and is g ncrolly forced on
the market there so long as there is a obance for profit
The pr.co of thc article during the week has varied
slightly, tho quotations at Livorpo >1 opening ct
7.3?d., receding to aud advancing to "?,'d. ft lb- ior
Middling I'plinds; the New York market opening at
13',?(<$15>3'c., stiffening to 15?* .. aud closing yesterday
at 15?i@l> ft lb. ior New York Middling, the rates herc : e
giniug st 14*j@l4Xc. receding to U,??, and seUing yes?
terday at UX@U.?c. ft lb. for Middling Uploud. The
arrivals ut this poiuc for tho week have been somewhat
less than during the week before, and have amounted to
about 527 bales ot Sea Islands and Floridas, and 8039
bales ot Upland Cotton, against GIT bales of Sea Islands
and Floridas, and 9?66 bales of Upland Cotton the pre?
J. he following statement conUius a report of tho trans?
actions in tao a; til Je here for the week just closed.
On Friday, tho 13th instant, thc maiket was . haractcr
ized by a better leeling on thc part of factors, who he d
with moro firmness, but thc transactions, which amount?
ed to about GOO bales, were at about tho rates of tho clay
before, say: Low Middling I4@i4,\i, Middling 14>i@
and strict Middliug at 15c. ft ft
On Saturday the btai le sold ut farmer rat03, and in
some transactions au advance of >?'e. ft lb ?as obtained;
but intelligence coming to hand of a decline in thc eng?
lish marker, the firmness of the early part of the day was
lost, and prices receded to tho quotations of the day bc
fore. Sales about 350 bales, Middling ticing quoted at
HJi?"-4>? ?nd Strict Middling at 15c. 1* lb.
On Monday thc inquiry for the staple opened vcry
mcxleratc, but improved as the day advanced, and closed
activo and firmer. Solos about 10U0 bales, Low Middling
being quoted at 14? 14,'i; Middunj at 14>;, and Strict
Middling ?.t 15c ft lb.
On luesday, thc st-pie was stronger and more active,
the comm u ond med.um qmlities stiffening about ?C
ft lb.; sales 1100 bales, Ord nary to Good Ordina:y being
quoted at 12?14, Low r iddling at 14>4@14>;, Middling
at HH&W*. ?"?" Strict Middling at 15c. fi ft. On
Wednesday, buyeis were generally absent from thc mar?
ket, and the staple was consequently dull, and prices re?
ceded about >?c. Vi ft.; sales SOO bales, Low Middling
be ng quot- d at 14, Middling at 14>i, and Strict Middling
at U%C. ft ft. Tester, ay the demand was more uctiv.-f
sad prices hardem d r-bout }ic. ft ft.; sales 800 bal
viz: 61 at 13, 37 at 13>3', 135 at 13*,', 30 at 14, 18 at 14.S?,
39 at UKi -M at u?*' 117 ai 75c- ^ to., and 127 on pri
vato terms. We quote:
Ordin try to Good Ordinary.13 @T3X
Strict Middhug.15 (si
Stock on hand SepL 1,1307. 182
Beceived this week. ?27
Received previously. 2491
3200 95898 8049
Experte- S. It d. L'p'd. Rice.
This week. 285 4J18 824
Previously. 1439 71490 5J03
City and local
1724 75?14 7427
Total exports and consumption 1724 75614 7427
Stock on hand and on shipboard.... 147G 20284 622
SAME TOTE LAST TEAR.
S. I'M. Upl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept 1, 1S6G. 235 630?
Beceived this week. 438 5561 416
Beceived previously. 3311 49922 3035
3984 G0773 3451
Exports- S. It'd Up'd. Ria.
This week. 597 1832 GIO
Previously. 2547 43896 2295
3144 45728 2905
Total exports. 3144 45728 2905
Stock on hand and on shipboard_ 640 15045 546
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Tho arrivals of this class of tho
staple have been fair ?nd show a decline on the receipts
of tho week before. The demand has been good for the
better grades, particularly for very fine and choice Sea
Islands, which are scarce ar-d sell at full figures, but the
lower qualities continue dulL Tho transactions of tho
?veek ha\e oeen about 450 bales of Sea Islands and Flori
las, among which we note 8 tales Floridas at 42c. ft lb.,
) at 43, 34 at 45, 10 at 50, 9 at 55, 13 at 70, 5 at 75, 2 Sea
[Blands at 50c. ft lb.. 7 at 90. 1 at $1, 2 at $1 25. and 12 on
ari . ate terms. Wo quote the lower qualities of long sta?
ble at 35@40c ft ft., medium qualities 50?60c, fine 80c.
g$l, and extra fine and choice at $1 10@l 30, and occa?
sionally even higher rates are obtained.
BICE.-There has been J good suppl ,. o? e'arolina Bou ? h
Rice received during the week-say about 20,000 bushels
md 171 tier es of c ean Carolina, the latter from George
own, S. C. The demand for this grain has been quite light
tod buyers have generally boen disposed to a k conces
ilo-s, while factors were not inclined to yield readily,
rhe transaction- have consequently been light, and
imount to about 250 tierces of clean Carolina, am o jg
which we note 60tierces a. 7?;c. ft ft.; 83 tier ct.at "ftc.
ft ft. ; 39 tierces at Sc. ft ft. We quote somewhat nom?
inally inferior to common ~a@~}?c- ? ft-: ?air7"?<$
3c T ft-; good 8.^@8ftc, and common prime to prime
it 3K<?8*?c ft ft.
NAVAL bTOEES.-There has been received during
the week about ?00 bbls Bosin and Spirits Turpentine.
lhere has been au entire absence of transactions, owing
to a general dullness and wont of foreign freight room.
(Vs have no sales to report.
HAY.-There has been an absence of arrivals of this
irticle since our lust report, with a moderate demand,
but rather a firmer feeung. Some 250 tales cf North
Uiver was solo, to arrive, at $1.40 ft hundred ?but scllors
aa the spot are generally asking $email@example.com and up?
COEN.-The market has been supplied by the arrival
ot some ?000 bushels from Baltimore, and moderate re
seipts by rail from the interior. The mquiry is limited
?md wo note talcs of Georgia and Tennessee white
mixed at $firstname.lastname@example.org>; ft oushel; Maryland white, new, at
11.40(3.1-45; and do. old at $1.50?1.55 ft bushel, all by
weight, bags included.
OATS-lhere has beeu received some 8000 bushels of
this grain during thr, week. About 1400 bushels chang
sd hands at 87c ft bushel, socks included.
FLOUB.-Ibo market is well supplied with Northern
ind Western Flour, and prices have been firnr during the
week without quotsblo change. Super of this quality is
held at about SU ft bbl. ; Extra do at $12?12 50 fl bbl
md Family at $13? 14 %1 bbl.; Sou them grades aro in
light receipts, and scU lu a limited woy, at about $12 ft
bbl ; Extra at $13, and Family at $14 ft bbl
BACON.-There bas been some addi: ons to tho stock
by recent arrivals, and while tho inquiry is still quite
moderate, prices are somewhat firmer, but transactions
continuo very limited. We quote primo Western "shout
den at 13@13>?c. ft ft.; prime Ribbed Sides at 15, and
prime Clear Bibbed Sidos ot 16c ft ft. There ls a fair
supply of interior meat on the market, which sells at ir?
SALT.- Thero ls none afloat at present, and lots from
store are held st $1 75tv, 2 ft sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-There has been some improvement
In the demand, and holders are more generally asking
firmer prices. We quote large lots at 22? 23c. cash, and
higher rates when sold on time. Now York
uunny Cloth is held at 26c. Dundee Bagging, 44 inches,
l.Hi tte. to the yard, is held at 30@35 cents. Sea Is?
land Bagging, 45 inches wile, 2 fts. to the yard, is
held at 60?65 cents.
KOPE.-In consequence of the nae of Iron Ties, the
demand for Bope is very light and prices irregular, and
somewhat nominal at quotations. We quote Hemp at
8@12 cents ft lb. ; Greenlea! at 12? 13 cents, and Jute at
8.Sdv9 cents ft ft.
If.ON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton aro coming into
use, and DILLON'S Universal fie, WM. ROACH, Agent,
tho Arrow Tic, R. MCBE k Co., Agents, tho BEARD'S Tie.
GEOBOE W. WILLIAMS A: Co., Agents, and tho WAILEY.
Buckle Tic, STREET BnoTHERS i Co., Agents, and GOULD
k MCIXTLOE'S Tie, WILLIS & CHISOLM, Agents, at e offer?
ed in this market ai 10@12>j cents ft ft.
TIMBER AND LUM BER.-Limited quantities of
Timber and Lumber are coming to hand, and we
quote River Flooring Boards ot $13 ft M. ; ?-caiithiig and
Plank S10?12 ti M.; Timber of shipping and good Mill
qualities there is none on tho market; common is selling
at $5@G ft M.; ond City sowed Lumber at $20??6 ft M.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by 6teani, nominal; by
sail, >?d. on Upland and ftd. on Sea Islands. To Havre,
1>? cents ft ft., on Upland nominal. To thc West In?
dies nothing offering. Coastwise-To New York, by
steam, Kc- V ft- on Uplands, and Xe- on Sea Islands is
tho local asking rate. $1 50? il ft tierce on Rice. By sail,
Xe. ft ft. on Cottoj, und $1?125? tierce on Ric?. To
Boston bysteam ,>i?Xc ft ft. ouCcttcn an $2 ft tierce
on.Ricc;bvBail- c. ft lb. on Cotton, To hiladolphla. ,';c.
ft ft. on Upland Cotton, by steam, und -c. ft ft. by sail.
To Baltimore, bj steam, He ft lb. on Cotton, and $1 50
ft tierce ou Rice. The Baltimore and Charleston Steam?
ship Company tal.c Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
?1.50%i 100 lbs.; Eict 55c. ft 100 tbs. To Louisville,
Cot.'^n. $1.70 ft 100 fts. ; Rice 75o. $ 100 lbs. To St.
Louis, Cotton, $2.10 ft 10J lbs.; Bice 85c. fi 100 lbs.
These steamers tako freight through to Philadelphia.
On Lumber, by sail, to New York, Philadelphia and
Baltimore, at $C?7 7' AL, and on Timber $9?10 ft M.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-the rob? yesterday was
144 for sixty days' blUs.
DOMESTIC Excn\NOE.- The banks at e purchasing Sight
Checks on New York at >j off. They are- uot purchasiu"
at present beyond sight bills. They are selling Sight
Checks at par.
GOLD.-Thc brokers were yesterday buying at 34 and
selling at 35';.
AUGUSTA, December 18.-COTTON.-We notice a fair
demand for good grades ou a basis of 14c. for New Yor'.:
Middlings, and tolerable inquiry at 13:il3l;c. The nfjer
Ing stock is small. We were unable to obtain thc whole
amount of sides and receipt?, thuu-fi we understand a
large amount changed hands at the auove figure ?.
BACON.-Smoked: Shoulders, 13al3X; H a sides, if.
?15; C R Sides, l5'.alC; t Side--, lGalG'i; Dry Salted
??boulders, Hall,';; *Dry Salt-'U C. R. Sides. 13,kal4;
Sams, 18a22c. The ?'.OVe quotations are tor large pack'
?ges; small lo:s will be (??lc. higher than th'-sc fig^ir.'s.
CORN.-New Wnite, SI lu; Mixed. $1 OSal 10.
WHEAT.-White, ?3 50aSl; Red. ri 40a2 50.
WILMINGTON. December 18.-TERPENTINE-Is
ive cents k w-.r, and -i >0 bb!> sold at $2 bO for soft, and
H 60 for hurd, ft 2i0 lb?.
Braun TCBPEKTINE-Has ruled (inner to-duv, and
las slightly advanced. Sales ol 250 bbls at 45 cia, and
J08 do at 45', eta ft (.'allon.
ROSIN-There ha? boen a (air inquiry to-day for the /
lower gradea, and tlie market is limier. Sales of 847 bois
at 81 80 for strained. ?1 8i>al 85 for Ko 2, and S2 37\,'a
2 60 for No 1.
TAB-166 bbls sold nt S2 ^ bbl.
COTTON-Salea ot 71 bales at 12'. els for Ordinary; 13
els for Low Middling. "nd 13!,' ets for Middling.
TIMBER-Four rails sold at ?7 50aS ft M. for fair mill.
Xew Uric? lis Market.
NEW ORLEANS, December 14.- COTTON- The sales
to-doy amounted to 1300 oalcs, at irregular prices, show?
ing a continued downward tendency, the closing quota?
tions being 19%al2%C for Ordinary, 13al3\,c for (iood
Ordinary, Miallo for Lov Middling, U&S14XC lor Mid?
dling, and 15o tor Strict Middling.
Ino market opened under tho depressing influence of
a decline or Vd at Liverpool, and increased heaviness in
Foreigu Exchange, caused by the price of gold at New
York. Factors, however modo u strenuous effort to pre?
vent any further concessions, and nonie dis'rnblo lists
changed hands at >esterday'? rutes, but later in thc day
found themselves compelh-d either to cover UP their sam?
ples or h-ubmit to a reduction of V'a'^c, indico'ed by thc
above figures. Undor these circumstances, prices wer?'
marked by great it regularity, exceptional I runsaetio-s
having Occurred at a fraction less tain our inside quota?
STATEMENT OF COTTON*.
?"tock on hand September l3t, 1807.bales-15,250
Arri . ed previously.187,940-102.578
Cleared to-day. 6,221
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 88,653
RALTIMOPE, December 17.-COTTON-.- The market
was quiet to-.'av; stock ou tho market light, particularly
u-iddlin-t, which is inquired for. Wc roport sale- to-day
of 'Od bales, ombracing low n iddling and barely mid- ,
diing at 15ai5>;c; a fe* bales of btnet middling brought
16e, but that ls"un outside figure. Beccipt9 since satur
day 320 balts from Norfolk, 100 from Wilmington, and
223 irom Charil ston-in all 709 balos.
COFFEE.-Demand continues limited, only sale report?
ed to-day being 500 bags Rio from second hands, price
not transpired. Quotations same ns yes orday.
DRESSED HOGS-Aro in lair supply considering thc con?
dition of tho roads: we quote steady at 9aU'?o per lb.
DEIED FRUITS.-Supply large, with very light demand,
and prices heavy ; we quote Applc3 at Ca7c; unpeeled
Peaches 6!?a7e for quarters, and 7j~a8??c for hulvos;
peeled wo quote at TJal8e, as to quality.
FLOCK-We have still to report a dull market; no in?
quiry lor shipment, and the trade buy but sparingly,
'the only saleB to notice were 100 bbls Howard-streoi Ex?
tra at $11; 100 bbls choice Lura at $12 25. Rye Flour is
quoted at S8a8 50 ft bbl, as to quality.
URALS-Supphos of all kinds are light, being relarded
in tho river by ice, and shipments by rail obstructed by
snow. Offerings of Wheat to-day 270 bushels white aud
2570 bushels red; tho market continues without material I
chan e; wc notice sales ol 700 bushels fair whito at $2 55; I
150 bushels choice Maryland red at S2 75; 300 bushels
Cumberland Valley do at ?2 05; 250 bushels good at $2 53.
Corn-Oidy 460 bushels white nud 4800 bushels yellow j
received; the white sold at $112ol 20, os to condition; j
850 b .sheds primo dry yellow at $1 25al 26; 4000 bushels .
Western mixed at $1 26; market was firm for prime dry
yellow at the latter figure. Oats-7do bushels on>red; I
?800 bushels sold at 72c ft bushel. Rye 160 bushels re- I
ceivcel ; no sales.
MOLASSES.-Nothing doing to-day; we quote for New I .
Orleans 85a8S cents per gallon. I
PROVISIONS.-There is very little doing in thc hog I
product; Western markets aro lower to-day, and tho I
feeling here for bulk Meat- ls dull and downward. Somo I
receipts, but not fully cured, for ?hieb there aro LO I '
buyers. Bacon Mummers continuo scarce, but in a lew j
doys there will be a better supply out of smoke; wc still I
quo.e at H?40l2 cents; Sides we quote at 12>?al3 cents I
rib, and 12>i cents for clear rib; H ims 17al8 cents. Mess
Pork nominal ut $23 per bbl Lard 13>i ceuLs per lb.
Stocks of all kinds small.
RICE.-We notice tho arrival to-day of 269 ticiccs
from Cliorlesion, per steamer Falcon. Market quiet;
only sale reported was 10 tierces prime Carolina at 9?i I .
SUOAR-Sugar is dull; very little inquiry either from I
the trade or tor refining. Wo have only to report 17 hhds
Drina ara Muscovado at 12.V; quotations ure nominally j
REFINED SUGAIIS-Arc steady at last quotations, viz:
?or hard crushed 16J?C; extrs fine powdered 17>ic; soft I
crushed A white 16c; C extra 16\?c; Cyallow iO.'^c; yel- I
low Coffee 14c per lb-for lots of 100 bbls, or moro %c
W'msKXT-We hoar of no sales; we quote Rye in bond I '
at OOatiSc, per gaUon.
New York Market.
Tho New York Evening Post of Tuesday, Dccsrnber 17, j i
The loan market is well supplied at Cat per cent., tho
chief transactions being at the lower limit. There is I
-onie currency going West and south, but tho return I
dow is considerable, while thc payments on account of
maturing compoundand interest on the seven-thirties
tend to give case to the movemonts of capital in the I ;
money market lu discounts little is doing. Choleo
bills are scarce. A bettor toue is given to thc market by
the fact that one ot two firms are said to bo buring up
their paper to close up the year. The current rate ls 7a9
for tho highest grades, and 10.O2 for names less in favor. I
NEW YORK, December 17.-FLOUR, ?tc-The market
for Flour ls irregular; the low grades of W estern arc I
armer. Wbile St ito brands are dull and weak, the
me hum grades are firmly hold, but seU slowly.
The sales are 8600 bbls at $8 50a9 25 for superfino
state; $9 SualO 50 for Inferior elly and nvcr extra; $10 20 I
11065 for extra State; $10 70all for fancy Stale; ?9 85 I
alu 85 for tho low erodes of spring Wheat Western ex- ?
traf; $990al0 80 for shipping Ohio; $10 90al4 50 for
trade and family brands of Ohio, Michigan and In
diana, and $11 60al5 60 for St Louis extras. I '
Buckwheat Flour is firm at $4 50a5 per IOU lbs. '
California Flour is in lair demand, bales of 1100 bags
at $12 50al3 60.
southern Fiour is firm, but only in moderate demand. I 1
Saler of 360 bbls ot $9 85all 66 tor ordinary to g..od extra
Baltimore ana country; $10 80al4 50 for extra Ueorgi ? I 1
md Virginia, and $10 9j.04 50for extra and family Mary?
land and Delaware.
Oats are firmer and quite inactive. Tbo sales arc 72,000 I '
bushels Ohio and Western st 84a84>jc in store; 87a87)?c '
Ryo ls very quiet. There is not enough doing to test I
values. Thc sales arc 15U0 State ot $1 75.
Corn is iu good demand and prices are better. Hie iu- I
quiry is pretty general, the decline in freights stimula?
ting thc demand for export
The sales are 97,500 bush-Is new Western mixed at $139 '
al 43, in store and delivered; old do $1 lnal 41, in store, I
SI 43>a delivered, tho mirket cloTug strong.
PROVISIONS-The Pork market is very dull and d-cided- I
ly .owe., closing heavy at inside figures.
Sales 750 bbls mess at S2u 8ua2o 90; 600 bbls seller bal?
ance of thc couth st $20 s0 one day's notice, and 500 bbls
new mess seller January, at $22.
Beef bas been a trifle more active, without chango to
note in prices.
Soles of 325 bbls at $14al9 for plain Mess, and $18 50a21
for extvi mess.
Buce ii remains dull. Salt s of 100 boxes long clear,
vt iv heavy weights, seller balance of thc month, ot
Dressed hogs are plenty and iowor. Wo quote at 9 k?'a I
for Western, and 9% for city.
Lard is almost entirely negh eted and we hear of only [
100 tes prime stearn at 13c. Wc quote nominally at 12??
al2%c for city; l2?-4'al3c for fair to prime steam, and 13}jc I
for kettle rendered.
BUTTER-C hoice qualities are in fair demand and firm ; I
other kinds dull ; prices somewhat lower and tend down?
ward. We quoto as I olio.vs : Goshen und Orango coun?
ty, pails ft lt) 50o55c; State firkins, good to choice 41o43c;
Stat- half-tubs, good to choice, 42a45c; Western Re?
serva, good to choice, 30a35c; State tubs, Welsh, good to
COFFEE.-Thc demand is light and prices aro heavy
Cono**.-Tho market is firm, but less octivo. Wo
Uplands. Florida. Mobile. audToxas.
Ordinary.13?i 13? 13J? H
Low Middling.14>i 16>i 16? 15
Middling.16% 16 j? 16,S WX
Good Middling.17 17 18 18
HAT-Is in good demand, .ind prices aro firm. Thc re?
ceipts ore light. Sales at $1 for shir ?un ', and $1 20al 50
lo" retail lots. Long rye straw at Matte, aud short do
1 HEIGHTS.-Rates are lower. To Ll verpool-400 bales
cotton nt 6-16thc, and by steamer, 1000 bales cotton at
.1. a d 22,000 bushels corn ot O' ; J.
Comparative Exports of Cotton, rrom thc
Port ot ( lim ii sion.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Britain.
Other Trench Port J.
Total to France.
North of Eurolie.
Total North of Eurolie.
South of Europe.
West Indies, kc..
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, Ax*.
Baltimore and Norfolk_
Now Orleans, ic.
Other United States Ports.
Total lo Coastwise Ports.
Exports of Bice, Naval Stores mitt Lumber
from tlx Port of Charleston, from tile 1st
September lo December 19, 1307.
RICE. N\ STORES. I LUMBER.
Tierces. Barrels. Feet
Boston. 2W8J t-93
New York. 8,730 7,241 1,901,996
Philadelphia. 247 215? 543,000
Baltlmoro. 807 83 G41.0UU
Hartford, Conn. _ _ 78,000
Wilmington, N. C. 25 _ _
New Orleans . 8531 _| _
Total Coastwise_| 8,020 8,132 2.253,905
Barcelona. _ C25 24,000
Bahamas. 3 _ 25,000
Matanzas. _ _ 239,318
Halilax, NS. 1 50 62,754
St Johns, N B. _ 130, 66,858
London. _ 2,46s| ....
Bristol. Eng. _ 0,1011 _
Liverpool. _ 1,452; _
Havre.I 25 _| ....
Total Forcigu.| 29 10,829 -117.9.10
Grand Total.| 6,04:;, 19.2i:i| 3,071,925
Market Ucport und (?uotatlou Sheet for
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, fer Week
ending December IO, 186?.
ANDREW M. MORELAND.
Broker, No. B Broad Street, Charleston, S, C.
SOUTHERN BAVE BILLS.
Bank of Camden.1 .->(,/. ls
Bank ol' Clurlestou._19000
Bank of Chester._UT^.. 08
Bank ol Georgetown.lOfcfTl
Bank of Hamburg.OOfaOt)
Haul; of Newberry.30@00
Bank of South Carolina.09@ Ki
Bank of state of S. Carolina, prior lo lsd.OOgiOO
Bank nf state of S. Carolina, after ls: Jan., '01. .OO&OU
Commercial Bank. Columbia.00f?!02
Exchange Uank, Columbia.09@10
Merchant's Bank,Cheraw.on(<i lu
People's Bank, Charleston.37^:;8
Planter's Bank ol Fairfield.Ol ft 00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston. ...L* DO
Southwestern Railroad Hank, Charleston.23@00
Union Bank, Charleston. 75000
City of Charleston Change- Hills_...........ir,(?l?
State South Carolina Treasury Notes. .X?foUU
BONDS, STOCK AND COUPONS.
Georgia Stale Coupons.80? 82
Georgia Stato Bond Kevon Per Cent (old).. .78(300
Georgia state Bond Keven Per Cent, (now).80@00
Memphis Coupons. City.35(5)00
Memphis Bonds, eily.3f@00
City ol' Columbia Bonds.25000
City of Columbia Coupon?.20?22
South Carolina Railroad nnd Hank stock.?jr.ci.'iG
South Carolina Railroad Six fer cent. Bonds.50?00
South Carolina Railroad Seven 1'cr Ceut. Bonds. ..53? 64
Soutli Carolina R. R.Ccrtincate of Indebtedness.. .4U?45
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.27i*30
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtedness-75(378
Cltv of Charleston Fire Loin Bonds.40?45
State ol' South Carolina Bonds (old).32?O0
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of January
State of South Carolina Stock.24?26
State ot South Carolina Coupons.25?00
People's National Bank Stock.95?00
First National Rank Stock.05?00
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.60?53
Northeastern Railroad 1st Coupons [past due).40@00
Northeastern Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness. 38?00
Charleston Ga.s Company Stock.10???11
Charleston City Railway Stock.40@00
Charleston and Savaunoh Railrotd Bonds (State
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (1st inter?
est of 2d hen).00@00
City of Savannah Ronds.60? Gl
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to let June,
City of Savannah Couponsidue after 1st June,186G).95?00
Memphis aud Charleston Railroad Bonds.74@00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.92@00
Money brings 2j? per cont, a month on first-class col?
Any information in relation to Bonds, Stocks, Cou?
pons, or Bank Bills, wiU be furnished by application,
tither la person or by letter, to the Broker above named,
it No. 8 Broad street.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
BA GOING, ft yard
Dundee. 30 ? G5
Gunnv Cloth. 22 ? 23
BALE ROFE, ft lt.-Manilla. 24 @ 25
Western. 08 ? 12>i
New York. - @ -
Ju c. 8%@ 09
BREM), ft lb
Navy. - ? -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Cracker*. 12 ? 15
BRICKS, ft M. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAN, ft 100 lbs. 33 Co. -
COTTON, ft lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 13 ? 13%
Low Middling. 14 ? 14<4
Middling to Strict Middling. 14>,'@ 15
Good Middling. - @ -
Sealsland.? 35 ?1.25
CANDLES, ft lb-Sperm. 28 ? -
Adamantine. 22 ? 25
Tallow. 19 ? 20
COFFEE, ft lb-Rio. 24 ? 30
Loguayra. 2b @ 35
Java. ? 45
CORDAGE, ft lb-ManiUa. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 @ 28
CORN MEAL, ft bbl. 0.00 @ -
COAL, ft ton-Anthracite. 9.50 (310.00
COPPER, ft lb-Sheet. 68 ? 60
Peruvian Guano, ft ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific Guaca, ft 2000 lbs. 75.00 ? -
Pheonix Guano. 55.00 ? -
Baugh'B Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes'Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... Co.00 ? -
Mspes'SuperPhosphate 1* 2000 lb C5.00 @ -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 @ -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 65.00 ? -
Woolstou's Phosphate of lame..- 65.0'J @ -
FISH-Cod, ft 100 rbi,. 7.00 @ 9.00
Herring, ft box. 45 ? 80
Mackerel, No. 1, ft half bbl.11.00 ?11.50
Mackerel, No. 2, ft half bbl.10.00 ?10.60
Mackerel, No. 3, ft bbl. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by tits. - @ -
No. 2. - fal -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, ft 100-quarter boxes.. 23 fe? 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? 60
FLOUR, ft bbl-Super.11.00 (3 -
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?12.50
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
Family.14.00 ? -
P/fr/TS^-Prnnes, li lb.... . 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. 10 ? 28
Almonds, soft shell. 36 ? 40
Raisins, M. R., ft box. 4.00 ? 5.00
Raisin?, Loyer. 4.50 ? 5.50
Oranges. - ? -
Lemon*, ft box.10.00 ?17.00
PRO VISIONS- Beef, mess, ft bbl.1G.00 ?30.00
Beef, primo.14.00 ?L5.00
Pork, mess. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, ft lb. - ? -
Bacon, Sides. 15 ? 16
Bacon, Shoulders.?. 13 ? 13
Bacon, Strips. - ? -
Lard, in keg. 12 ??? 15%
Butter. 30 ? 46
Choese. 15 ? 54
Potatoes, ft bbl. 4.00 ? -
Onions. 4.00 ? -
Apples. 8.00 ? 9.00
PAINTS-White Load, ft lb. 10 ? 10
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, Whito.! 12 ? 16
PLOW STELL, ft lb 12 ? -
R/Ci^-Carolino, ft lb. 7J?? 8
East India. - ? -
SLATES- American, ft square.12.60 to -
SHINGLES, ft M. 7.00 ? 8.10
White Pine, first quality. .. 12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarso, ft sack. 1.75 ?2.00
Liverpool, fine. - Cal -
SOAP-BU, ft lb. ll ? 15
STARCH, ft lb. 10 ? 12
SPICES, ft lb-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 75 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Pepper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 @ 50
Bscs Gunter. ?0 ? -
SPIRITS, ft gallon-Alcohol. 5.011 ? 6.00
Brandy. I ognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? 3.76
Gin, Holland. 4.76 ? 5.00
Gin, American. 3.50 ?3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum. N. E._ 2.50 ?3.00
Whiskey. Bourbon. 3.00 @ 6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 cd 2.40
SUGAR, ft lb-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18
dunned B. 17 ? 18
Clonfied C. ICS? 17
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 1* <3 16
Muacovue". 13 ? 16
SFGARS-Domev?cmanufacture, ft M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, ft lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.PO ? 2.50
Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.G0
Young Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.C0
Black. 100 ? 1.76
TOBACCO, ft lb, as per quality. 40 ?1.50
r/.l//;?'/i-Hcwn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 ?12.00
Abb. - ? -
Poplar. - ? -
Hickory. - ? -
TIN-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? -
I X Roofing Plate.|17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plato-, 10x14.15.50 c<!> -
I X Tin Plate 10x11.17.00 ? -
I C Tin Plato, 14x20. 10.50 ? -
block Tin, ft lb. 40 ? -
TWINS-Cotton, ft lb. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH-Bright, ft gallon. 25 ? -
Parafluc. - ? -
VINEGAR-Whito Wino, ft gallon. 50 ? .
Cider. 30 ? -
Trench. 1.00 ? 1.25
WINE, ft gallon-Port. 2.50 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 5.00
Claret, ft cass. 3.00 ?13.50
Champagne, ft basket. 25.00 ?30.00
PHASES or TnE MOON.
First Q. 4th, 5b. lm. morn I Last l?. 17th, lOh. 14m. even
Full M. 11th. Gb. 50m. morn | New M.25th, 6b. 19m, even
Z j DECKJtUEJt.
20 j Friday.
22 IS linday.
HISTS. I SETS.
Consignees per sonni Carolina Kailroud,
1154 bales Cotton, 24 balea Mdzo, 25G bags Grain, 28
bags Flour, 30 bbls Rusiu, 2 car- Furniture, 7 cars Wood
ami Lumber, Ac. To Railroad Agent, G W Williams &
Co, Courtenaj k Treuholn, G A Uopley i Co, T M Bris?
toll, E H Rodgers k Co. P Walsh. R Mure k Co. A Seek
endorll', J W soregu?, R B Rhett, Jr, Goldsmith k Sou,
J N Rob>oti, W A Williams, F D C Kracke, J H Kaggott
A: Co, Howard A- Bro, Adams, Frost k Co, C Litschgi. W
W Enlzniiuger. W H Chufeo, W ll Williams. E Lucas. W
U VardeUe, cohen, Hauckol & Co, J k F Dawson, H F
Baker, Willis k Chlsolm, G H Walter k Co, D Jennings
fe Co, J B E SLau, W C Courtney k Co, Thurston k
Holmes, Pluckucy Bros, J R Pringle, C N Averill, Gra?,
scr, Lee, Smith A: Co, L D DnSau.ssure, Wardlaw k Ca?
rew, Johnston, Crows k Co, M flatt i Boyle, J A: J D
Kirkpatrick, ,1 ll Caldwell .': Sony. Cameron, Barkley k
Co, Curt, Kopff k Jervcy, W 0 Dukes .v Co, R H Scroveu,
Mowry A: Co, F U Mey, J D Aiken k Co, J A Quuckeu
hush, A X Smythe, ii "bischoff & Cc, J A Emu ow k Co, B
S Rhett a Bon, Holmes i: Calder, Col Huut, Z Davis, A
J Salinas, 0 Reeder, F L M> yer, Utsey & Kenyon, W P
Consignees per Northeastern Kailroud,
312 biles Upland and 20 bales Sea Ialand Cotton. 140
bbls Naval st .res, bags Eoueh Rice. Peas. Mdzo, Atc. To
Williams & co. J k J D Kirkpatrick, E U Rodgers S Co.
Kauapaux k Lanuesu, ? L Wobh, Mowry i. Co, W K
Ryan, J U baggett k Co, Pluekney Brotbors. W C Dukes
i Co, Cart. Kopi! A: Jervey, G ll lugnibam A; SOU, G H
Waller fe Co, Adams, Frost ic Co, J R Pringle. Kendall fe
Dockery, Gracser, Lee, Smith S: Co, Ravencl * Co, J M
Caldwell it Son, J Wieters, T stenhouse .* Co, Chisolin
Bios, F A Sawyer, and Order.
'U'er steamet Pilot Boy. fi om Savannah, via Hil
ton Head aud Beau! >rt-B C Brown, J D Barr, D Leavitt,
R I steele, W U (jibbon*, I, Bead. J G Heyward, .1 ll
Dennie, J A Seabrook, Mentor Cravat. 3 W Kingman. .1
Segar, Mrs l ewin, W M Wild, J S Pomeioar, M F Mr
Bride, 6 Misses Oivcu, Miss Barnwell, J ? Matthews, p
Matthews, Miss Fripp, and 20 derk.
P O R T OL' <: ll A It LK ST I? N .
Arrived V CH tent ny.
S'-hr Marj' Fletcher. Pendleton, New Cork-8 day-*.
Mdze. Te I Tupper fe Sous, Railroad Agent, E Lowndes,
F w Clausscn, j N Xfo J, Agent, D B Vincent, J A: F
Dawson, Wagoner, Heath A: Mousees, A O Stone, Ra ve?
nd A: UarnwoiL B O'Neill, J Campssn fe Co, il Cobla fe
Co, Strauss, Vinces fe Co, H bischoff fe Co, North ast?
ern (taihoa l Agent. E B White, Chisolm Bros. J N Itch
s"ii. J H Graver. S Yeadon, ti w Wilhams A: Co, Kins?
man .v. Bowell, J A Cook & Co Krown A: Hyer, C N Ave?
rill .v. Son. The M F experienced heavy weather, ami
lost an anchor off thia port.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNohy, Savannah, \iu Hilton
Head and Beaufort |? bales Cotton, lil bars Iron, 785
Plough af onida, 63 bbls Flour 4U bbls and boxes Mdzo.
and sundries. To j Ferguson, Agent Boston Steamers,
C Goldstein, Jilli sloan, J M ITedsburg. J D Aiken fe
Co, Coben. Hsnckcl fe Co, Roptr A: stoney, J Hunckel,
Howard Bnw, I M Kingman, I Co'.cock A: co. Hopkins.
McPherson A f*o, Lieut Col I u Hunt. D A Mooro, Boll
mann Bn s, M F McBride, G W Clarke fe Co, u Kiatle k
L'O. F Kressei, W fl Harri sou, Southern Express Co, and
Boat trom John's [aland. .0 halos Sea Island Colton.
I o Roper & Stoney,
Steamship E B Souder. Lobby, New York-Jno k Theo
Steamship City ot Port au Priucc, Jackson, Boston, via
Bork Leonidas, Howard, Liverpool-Risley k Creighton
Wont, to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship E B Souder, Lobby, New York.
From tili? i"01 r.
Brig Fannio, Trader, Wilmington, N C, Dec IS.
Brig S E Voorhis, Fulford, Georgetown. S C, Dec 12.
Sehr \V W Pharo, Allen, Georgetown, S C, Dec 16.
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr Vapor, Bogert, at Now York, Dec 14.
Tho brig Josie A Devereaux, Clark, from this port for
Boston, anchored elf the Breakwater at South Yarmouth,
Mass, Dec 14.
Tho bark Alexander McNeill, from Philadelphia lor
this port, went down the Delaware River, on the Kith
lust, in tow of the tu? America.
LIST OF VESSELS
DP, CLEARED ANB SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Tho Skjold. Albrechtsen, cleared.Nov 19
Nor bark KJollestadt, Wcrge, cleared.Oct 16
Bark C A Jones,-, up.Nov IC
Tho Sabina, Martin, sailed.Nov 28
Tho Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
NEWPORT, R. L
Brig Tangent, Rich, sailed.Dec i
Sehr E H Furber, Cobb, up.Dec 12
Sehr Maria Lunt. Tracey, up.Dec 10
Sehr Har ts te nc, Horn, cleared.Nov 23
Sehr Vapor, Bogert, cleared.Dec 14
Sehr M B Bruin hall, HiiBHey. up.Dec 14
Bark Aler McNeill, Andrews, cleared.Dec 12
Brig Open Sea, Coombs, cleared.Dec
SchrE Matthews, McElwee, cleared.Nov 30
Sehr M Milnes, Burdgo, cleared.Dec 8
Brig Yankee Blade, Coombs, cleared.Dec 15
Sehr Shiloh, Hubbard, cleared.Dec
LIST OF SHIPPING
In the Port of Charleston, Dec. IV, 1S67
VESSSELS UNDER 100 TON'S, AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, at Adger's wharf, for
Now York, loading.Courtenay A Tronholm
Sea Gull, 616 tons. Dutton, at Union wharf, for Balti?
more, loading.Courtenay 4; Trenholro
City of Port au Prince, 490 tons, Jackson, at Accommo?
dation wharf, tor Boston, via Savannah, ready.
R H Tucker, 1098 tons, Ri.ndlett, at Brown k Co's wharf
for Liverpool, loading.Street Bros k Co
Richard the Third, 3898 tons, Scott, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Street Bros A: Co
Elizabeth Hamilton, 854 tons, White, at Atlantic wharf,
from Havana. waiting.Patterson k Stock
Eavid MoNutt (Br). 502 tons, McElkenuy. at Boyce k Co's
wbart. for Liverpool, loading.R Mure k Co
Liverpool (Br), 690 tons, tireeuo, at Boyce 4: Co's wluvrf.
tor Liverpool, loading.R Mure k Co
Tecumseh (Br), C35 tonn, Sponagle, at Vunderhorst wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Ravenel & Co
Franz (Russian), 219 tons, Wallen, at Boyce k Co's
wharf, lor Liverpool, loading.J M Fredsberg
John n j fe, 711 tons, Luce, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver?
pool, loading.Willis & Chisolm
Yumurl (Br), 471 tons, Luce, at Vanderhorst'a wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Ravenel 4: Co
Puwnec, 294 tons. Anker, at Boyce 4: Co's wharf, from
Liverpool, waiting.R 'f ^Volker
Gan. s (Bremen), C55 tons. Wei ting, ut A'untie wharf,
for Bremen, loading.GA Hnpley .V. Co
Leonidas, 551 tons, Howard, at Atlantic wharf, for Liver?
pool, ready.Risley k Creighton
Harken Adolstein (Norw) 3761 tons, Larsen, at Boyce k
Co's whorf, for Liverpool, loading.R T Walker
Sunrise (Spanish), - tons, Roig, at Brown k Co's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading.W P Hall
Esperanza (Span), - tons,. Farongi, at Atlantic wharf,
from Havana, just arrived.CT Lowndes k Co
Henry Laurens, 117 tons, Borden, at Union wharf, for']
Cionnaogos, waiting.Risley & Creighton
Two Br?l hors, - tons, Butler, at Yenning'* wharf, for
Liverpool, loading.WLUIs k Chisolm
Alert (Br), 125 tons, Newell, in Ashloy River, for Halifax,
N, S. loading.Buud k Blake
Fenix (Span), - tons, Enslgnat, at Union wharf, for
Palma, Majorca, loading.P J Esnard
Leonore (Span), 150 tons, Sebastian, at Union wharf, for
Palma, Majorca, loading.Street Bros k Co
Galileo (Span), 219 tone, Vela, at Kerr's wharf, for Barce?
lona, loading.W P Hall
Paco (Span), 179 tons. Bosch, at Union wharf, from Ha?
vana, just arrived.P J Esnard
Myrover, 417 tons, Hughes, at Brown k Co's wharf, for
Boston, ready.W Roach
Amoricue, 281 tons, Terry, in Ashley Elver, for Now
York, loading.T Tupper k Sons
Nellie Bowers, 296 tons, Stackpole, in Ashloy River,
from Rockport, Me, waiting.Olney k Co
Laura Bridgeman. - tens, in Ashley River, lor a North?
ern Port, loading.Risley k Creighton
D B Warner, 270 tons, ot Brown At Co's whorf for Prov
dence, loading.W Roach
Wide World, 260 tons, Hildreth, at N E Railroad whorl,
for New York, loading.W Roach
James A Parsons, 270 tons, Clark, at Central wharves,
for Philodelphia, loading.H F Baker k Co
B N Hawkins, 390 tons, Wyatt, at Adger's wharf, from
New York, waiting.W Roach
Minerva, - tons, Collum, at Brown k Co's wharf, t.-om
Ella Matthews. McElwee. al Marchall's whorf, fr..m
Philodelphia, discharging.HF Baker k Co
/Shiloh, 2?0 tons, Hubbatd, a; Atlantic waarf, from Balti?
more, discharging.R M Bu ihr
EV Glover, 288 tons. Ingersoll, at Kerr's wharf, irom
Boston, discharging.PP Locko
M H Stockham, 257 tons, Cordery, at Central wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging.Master 1
Azelda k Laura. 1U3 tons, Mclndoe, nt Union wharf, lrom
Mary Fletcher, - tons, Pendleton, ot Brown ic Co's
wharf, lrom New York, discharging.
.T Tupper 4 Sons
Headquarters Second Military District, j
CHARLESTON, 8. C., November 14, 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 judgmeut demanded by
the public service, to require, by order, thc bcrviecs of
citizens to perform thc duties usually performed by
roadmastcrs and overseers of highways. In conforT ily
with the existing usar?e, such sci vices will receive no
compensation. Any person falling to obey tho orders ol
thc Post Commander in tho premisos, will bo subjected
to tho samo pams and penalties as arc now provided by
low In tbo case of tba neglect or refusal of a roadie aster
or overseer of highways to perform the dutieB of such
By command of Bvt. Major-Goncral En. R. S. CANTJT.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aide-de-camp, Act'g Assisting Adjutant-General.
Official: O. M. MITCHELL, Aidc-do-Camp.
November 2J _
Headquarters Second Military District, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867. j
[?KNER\L ORDERS. NO. 116.1
Tin: Sheriffs of the respective Counties and District*
of North oud South Carolina will cause to bc prepared
copies of thc tax lists for their respective Counties or
Districts, noting theroon all delinquent tax payers, and
forward the samo through Post Commanders to tho?i
Tho expense of preparing such copies will be audited
and paid as a County or District charge, os the cuso
By command of Bvt. Major-Gencrnl ED. B. S. CANBY.
LOUTS V. CAZIARC,
Alde-de-Camp, Act'g. Ass't. Adj't. Gcn'l.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-Camp.
Headquarters Second Military District. I
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 30, 1867. j
PENDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RULES FOR
the government of Military Tribunals lu this District,
Provost Courts will not exorcist! Jurisdiction in any easo
when tho question involves tho title of laud; nor lu any
civil cause where thc debt sued for or thc damug .
claimed exceeds three hundred (3U0) dollars. In oil
cases where thc amount claimed either as debt or dam?
ages exceeds twenty-five (25) dol?ais, the defendant shall
be entitled to ten (lui days' notice, and if it exceeds ouu
hundred (100) dollars, he eliali ba entitled to fifteen [15)
days'notice; but Ibis right may be waived hythe de?
fendant, and Hie trial of the eau.-? sot for au earlier doy,
upon his written consent thereto, which consent must
appear oe thc record ol the Court.
By command of Brevet Mojor-?eneral ED. B. S. CAN
BY. LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aide-de-Camp,
Acting Assistant AdjuLiut-Ociiera!.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aidc-de-Camp.
Hcndqnnrtcrs Second Military District) I
CHARLESTON, S. C., October 21, 1867. j
[GENERAL ORDEU9NO. 103.)
Post Commanders may admit tu bail persons uot sub?
ject to the Articles of War, held in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with offences not capital, upon security
as provided in the following paragraph:
Security shall consist: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond is required as 1 ail by the State
law in Uko cases; or, 2d, ol u bond m like sum, running
to thc Post Commander, conditioned for compliance
with ud orders, with surely, who must b a freeholder
and must justify in twice the amount of thc penalty, and
mu.st, under si al, authorise any officer so ordered by ibo
Post Commander, iu case of default, and non-payment
by tho surety on demand, to summarily seize and sell
Hiifficlont of the property of principal aud surety to sat?
iety the forfeiture and costs; and Immediately upon de?
fault made, tho bond shall constitute a lien upon the per?
sonal property of both principal and surety.
All bail and other bonds taken under militai y authori?
ty will conform to the foregolug directions when not
Otho: wise specially provided.
By command ol Bvt. Major-General ED, It .s. CANHV.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aid-de-Camp, Act'g. Asst. Adj't Geni.
Official- o. li. MITCHEL, Aid-de-Cam;.
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