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THE DAILY NEWS.
MON'LV? MORNING. DECEMBER 30, 1867.
Thc Farmer'* Wife.
We drove before the farm-house door.
Thc farmer c illed to Mar> ;
Bare-armed, with Juno's step, she came,
Whitc-aproned, from her dairy.
Ber air, her smile, her motions, told
Of womanly completeness:
A music as cl household songs
Wa* in her voico ol sweetness .
An Intern grace that nothing larked
Of culture or appliance
The warmth of gonial courtesy.
Thc calm of self-reliance.
Before her queenly womanhood
How dared our landh rd utter
Tne i altry errand ol his need
To buy her irosh-cburned butter?
She led the way with housewifo pride.
Her gooJlv store disclo-ing,
Full tenderly tue golden bills
With snow-white bands disposing.
LIVERPOOL-P*r British bark Tecumseh-100 bags S
I and 1930 balss Upland dtton, CCU bbls Rosin.
PROVIDENCE, R I-Par sehr D B Warner-595 bales
NEW YORK-Per steamship Manhattan-13 bags S I
and ?ij bales Upland Cotton, 10C bales Domestics,
17 baie. Yarn, 130 tierces Rice, 30 casks Clay, 13
Packages.Per steamship saragossa-7-.7 bales
Upland Cot.on, 27 bales S I co.ton, 108 ?erces R ee.
II balee Yarn, 18 ?erces Clay, 12 bbl? Ale, 145 empty
Barrels. 30 packages Sundries.
PHTLaDi?PHlA- Per steamship Alliance-1S5 bales Cot?
ton, 125 casks Bice, 10 bale? Yarn, 12 bales Ragi
and Rope, 18 buds Iron, CO tons Pig Iron, 25,000 fed
Lu rube.-, 2 JO empty Barrels, 120 packages Maze.
Per scar Jaues A Parsons-12 casks Clay, 5u pack?
ages Furniture, 200 tons Old Iron, 35,00u feet Lum?
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-CC tierces Rice,
383 bales Cotton, 166 packages Sundries, 36 bags
Pei.s, 15 bales Rope cuttings, 8 bales Hides.
Tn? Ciao neston Cotton MurK' '.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAIL NEWS, 1
CHARLESTON, Saturday Evening, December id, 18C7.
In consequence of a better feeling in other markets,
the staple hero became firmer without quotable change.
Sales SOO bales, viz : 2 at 10c.; 13at ll; 17 at 11\: 66 at
12;97atl2>?;14atl2>?;7atl2>?; 68 at 13; 2') at 18&
45 at 13X; 5 at J3J? ; 75 at ll; 34 at 14>,'; ll at M#; 23 at
14X- We quot* :
LIVERPOOL cLAsarx ICATIOM.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary-.12 ?13
Savannah Weekly Market.
SAVANNAH, Deceznbe: 36.-COTTON.-Our last weekly
review quoted the market as closing quiet but firm, at
tue loiiowing quotations:
Strict Middling.16 (a)i5%
The market opened firm on Friday, but with little de?
mand except tor the finer grades, which aro scarce.
Toward the close of the day advices from New York
and Liverpool not being so favorable, caused thl9
market to ck se dull and weak, with very light trans?
Saturday opened dull with no inquiry. Moro favor?
able advices trom Liverpool had na effect upon buyers,
asi many lactors that were anxious ti realizo could
set do so. Later in the day Liverpool advices showed
a decline of VL and the market closed dull and nomi
On Monday the narke: opened quiet, with a fair inqui?
ry, but buyers would not meet Holders in their views,
ottering fully .Sc below asking price. The market closed
duli and irregular.
The same a ate of things continued on Tuesday.
There wa* but little Inquiry, and factors' views were
generally above those ot buyers. Liverpool and NV"
York advices were both unfavorable, showing a decline,
which caused our mark.-t to close dull at a decline of
Wednesday being Christmas, all businers was sus?
The market to-day opened with a good inquiry, but at
lower rates. Holders were generally firm, nut many of
them told utider orders from plauters, hence the low
figures that were obtained. Prices have been irregular
through the entire day, but tho market closed quiet at
the loiiowing quotations:
Middlings.18 fi "i ll
The sal s to-day have been ss ioUows: 8u elles at l?J?
cents; 115 at Ile; 63 at ll lsc; 19 nt l2c; 76 at 12)?c; 75 at
12Xo; 277 at 13c; 139 at lStfo; 08 at iS)ic; 71 at ll%c;
817 at Ile; 3 at 15c. Total 1389 bales. Total sale? tor
the week. 4358 talcs.
SKA ISLANDS-Are firm, with a fair demand. The ?les
of the week aro about 300 bags. Sales to-day ure ss
follows: 1 bag at 50o; 3 at lOc; 10 at 37c; 12 at 34c; Ri at
I3o; 1 at 31c; 3 at 90c; and 1 at 18c. lotal 16 bags.
RECEIPTS or COXON JOB THE WEEK ENDINO DEC. 35.
S. /. ?pIU S. /. VpVd.
Central Railroad.- 14,669 - 7,335
A. * G. Railroad.- 2,915 60 1,295
Augusta and landings.-- 9.046 - 419
Florida. 338 - PJ9 -
Coastwise. 27 536 111 36
Total. 365 20,166 363 9,074
STAXXXXXT Ol' COTTON.
Stock on bud September 1st, 1867
Received since Deo. 18.
Received previously. 8637
Total. 4131 213,830
Experted ince Dec 18 . 763 33,073
Xportsd previously.1836 141,060 2698 167,133
Stock Dec 18. 1526 45,697
NOTK-Wo have deducted 1300 bales from the receipts
of Up. ands and a-ide i the same to S a Islands, that be?
ing the amount of Sea Islands received s nee september
1, ovt r the AtlanUc and Gulf Rai.road, ad of which was
reported as Cpixnd.
RICE-This article remains quiet. Prime Clean Caro?
lina is selling at 8X*8 ??c with lower grades at 7?c The
only shipments tor the week have been 13 casks to New
York and 30 to Baltimore. The receipts of Rough Rice
amount to about 15,000 bushels, most of which was
sent direct to mill. We quote $1 60a2, according to qual?
FREIGHTS-Cotton to Liverpool is steav -ai nominal
at J?d for square and %i for round bala ' <S ^ .? - team
s?ip rites to New York aie lc on Cottosr Rice.
Philadeli his and Baltimore 0 team ab* .. V' ^yig \c
?n Cotton, 75c on Domestics, tsS^C" ,o~ <-.0.pallins
'wights an a little better t>- ^tT^Sg^gi-ffwiOta
Jtt?r^c to New Y*c.-k sac? - ^'l^mmm \%%V is
nomuv ' 'Z^ialO
^'all^c, and Strict
.i inquiry, and the
?jool being di.-eour
demand more trecly,
" as to thc movcmciiL
... In connection with
bc stated that mani?
pulations. Low Middling,
'3?i cents, Strict Low
und Strict Middling at
: tiona should be regarded as
i a emaU amount, compared
.ie sales for tho past three
9. taken partly for the North,
ugu export. Thc receipts proper,
vei.mg, excluding the arrivals trom Mo
and TVxas, which are emt raced in their re?
spective statements, amount to 17,215 bales, against 20,
217 during the corresponding period last week, showing
a decrease of 3002 bales, tho exporta comprise 8181
bales, embracing 3003 to Havre, 3465 to Bremen, 666 to
Vera Cruz, and 1050 to New York.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st, 1867.bales-15,256
Geared to-day. 3,003
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 111,317
The exports were exclusively for Bavrc.
BALTIMORE, December 37.-COTTON-Thero wu
lome inquiry to-da?- for Low Middling, with sales of IM)
aSOO bales, part to arrive, at H Sc; Middling scarce and
held firm at lSalS^c. Receipts to-day 170 bales from
COTTEE-With ample stool of Rio in importers' hands
our market continues dull arl slow to move. We give
the range of prices from sec-,nd hands as IoUows: for
ordinary Rio ll?4aT2.\?c. fal.- do 13al3^c, good do 15a
16k.prUT3 16>?al7c, choice 17>4C; Laguayra 17c; Java
25* 26c-all gold.
CHEESE- Supply and demand fair; we quote Eastern
Cutting at 16al7c; do English Dairy 16)?al7c; Weitern
Cutl'ng 15al6c; do English Lah y 16c
FLOCK-Our market remains inactive; very little io
quiry for export, Bales chiefly confined to local wants. A
day or two since, but not bet?re reported, thero were
sales of 200 Obis choice Howard-street Extra at $11 75a
13; tc-day 300 bbls City Mills Fine at S8.
GRAIN-Wheat-280 bushelB white and 2350 bushels
red comprised the offerings reported on 'Chance; of
white tho only sale was 150 bushels fair do at S2 50-red
was more active, 70v bushels choice Virginia Vail, y sold
Kt $2 75, an advance on this grado of 5c; other descrip?
tions unchanged-we report 150 iiishela prime Maryland
at $2 . 5; 25UOa3000 bushels good Pennsylvania at ?2 40a
215; 1000 bushels tah* Maryland at same figures. Cern
16,300 butshels white and 13.600 bushels yellow received;
maj kot activo but at lower pnces; 6000 bushels pi i me?
rson hem white sold at SI 25; 7000 bushels damp do at
$1 02al 15, as to condition ; 10.000 bushois Pennsylvania
and Marylanj yellow at tl '.Oat 21; Western mixed was
held above buy et s. Oats-2700 bushels offered; only 400
bushels sold at 75a76c. Rye-DOO bushels received, with
sales of 675 bushels prime at $1 70; 150 bushels camp do
at 81 60 ft bushel.
MOLASSES-lu thc absence of transactions quohitions
axe nomii say unchanged.
PROVISIONS.-T here is very litde doing in thc bog pro?
duct in the way ot Bales. Mess pork is scarce, and
qnoUd at *23?23 '0 per ib tor Wes:em. Ba kmc .ts held
at 9c tor cm ed ehou-dcrs. and 10>?c for sides; a sale of
20 bbls pig tongues on private terms. Bacon ls in retail
demand only, with sales at ll vjali?ic for shuuldcis, 12.S
?13c for rio tides, ard 13He for clear rib; new city su?
gar-cured hams steady at 18c. plain do 17c. Lard is
.carce and held firm at ISXalSHfc tor Western ticrct F, do
RICK.-We report today a sale of 30 ticrcca Carolina
on private terms; marke; closed quiet.
: UQABS.-Nothing ieporttd to-day; market dull, but
without any quotable chaDge in prices.
New York Market.
Tho Now Jork Evening Tost of Friday, December 27,
Money ia ir-y a? BIX per cent, to tho nock biokers,
with a tew . icer tioual trauBjcucnB at seven. First-c ass
cemmer.iai pap r is in hmitt-d supply, and t pats.-s
freely on tho street at 7aS per cent., me general rat- b -
The barks are discounting for their customers at the
legal rates. Ii is now evidi nt that il e quarterly re.urns
ot the national banks will ba made up wi.hont 'the lta?t
disturcanee ot the moi.ty market, and th disbursement
of the div dtnds, due on the 1st proxim >, cannot hut
large.y in rtai-e the Boating supply of loanable rund?.
Government securities are strong in anticipation of a
brisk investment demand i pringing up, m consequence
of th?s? dmd*, nd payment*. The five-twenties of 1862
and 1866 are in particular active request, owing part?7 to
the larr" "short" interest and the failure o: the Scotia to
bring more than four or five hundred thousand dollars'
worth of the bonds.
The b*axs are disappointed, as they predicted that
abe would bring from two to seven rnilhons, and the
?hort interest in tho old or 1862 issue is so large
that thc amount received is inadequate to meet th* de?
The stock market was firm until after the first regular
board, when it becarnu heavy; but confidence is gen?
erally expressed in un active bull speculation after the
?old has been steady nt 133??al34ft since thc opening,
and coin Is scarce tor delivery.
NEW YORK, December 27.- FLOUS, Ac-The market
for Western and State Flour opened steady, but closed
irregular and rather easier tor tho low grade?.
The sales aro 4'00 bbW at $8 30i9 10 for superfino
State; $0 30a9 60 for inferior river and city extras; ?10 00
al045 for extra State; $10 80all for fancy state; $0 40
alO 50 for tho low crudes of spring Wheat Western ex?
tras; $9 80sl0 70 for shipping Ohio; 510 90al4 60 lor
trade and family brands ; and $10 75all 50 for good
to choice spring wheat extra: ill 35al2 60 for amtier win?
ter w.ieat extras Indiana and Michigan; $13 00al500 for
white wheat d> do, and $12 25al6 00 for St Louis extras.
Buckwheat flour la lower and dull at $4 70a$5 00 per
California Flour is without chango Sales of 400 bags
at $12 50al3 75.
Southern flour is irregular and heavy.
Saios of 950 bbls at s9 80all 60 for ordinary to good ex?
tra Baltimore and country; $10 80al4 40 for extra and
family Georgia and Virginia, and SllalS for extra ami
family Mary lard and Delaware.
Corn opened rather firm and closes more tame; more
disposit.on to sell, new in particular. The demand is
chiefly lor export.
Tho sales are 37,500 bui-heis old Western mixed at $1
SSal 39 iu store; cl 37a 1 38 for new do, the inside juice
in bbls; New Jersey yellow at $1 20al 30 on pier; new
Southern white ?t ?1 38; choice Southern yel.ow at $1 40.
J ROVISIONS-1 he pork market remains quiet but iirui
for parcels on thc spot.
Sale> ot 250 bois mess at $20 90 regular, and 250 bbls
do at S20 95 cash.
For futuro deliverv, 230 bbls new mess seller Febru?
ary, at $22 25
Beef is without much activity but firm. Sales of 87
bbls at $14a!9 for plain mess and $18 50a21 for extra
Tierce Beef is selling slowly. We notice 50 tes extra
prime moss at $34.
Beef Hams aie dull at former figures.
Cut meats arc neglected.
Lacon has boen moro active, and for all desirable
brands the market is firm.
Sales of 20J boxes Cumberland cut at about 105ic; 275
boxes short rib ut llftallftc; 200 boxes long rib at Ile;
and 50 boxes heavy bLort clear, to be repacked, at I3.'4c.
Dressed Hogs aro somewhat unsettled. Light weigh:s
aro plenty and dull, but heavy hogs are scarce and com?
mand extreme rates.
We quote at 8fta8ft eis for Western, and 8^a'J cts for
Lard is iu very fair demand and steady.
Sales of 1000 bbls and tea at 12ftal2ft for No 1, 12%c
for city, 12ftal2ftc for fair to prime stea'u, and 13c for
ke'tie rendered ; and choleo do, m small lots from store,
COFFEE.-There is a good demand for primo grades of
Bio, and prices aro firmer; other kinds of Brazil and
West India styles are quiet and prices nominal.
COTTON.-The market yesterday afternoon was moro
fine and active. This morning it is fully fte better. We
Uplands. Florida. Mobile, and Texas.
Orainarv.13 13 13ft 13 ft
Low Middling.IS 16 15% 15%
Middling.15ft 15% 16 16ft
Good Middling.16% 17 17 18
HAT-Is firmer aud m good demand at $1 20 for ship?
ping, and $l 21 lal 60 ter retail lots.
Hoi*-Aro firm, but the demand is light We quote
at lrorn 20a45 and 65c, as to growth and quality.
Mi LASSES-Is in fair demand and steady.
NAVAL STOBXS-Are generally quiet, but prices
are unchanged. \.o quote as follows : Spirits Tur?
pentine, free, fl gallon, 49fta50c; Spirits Turpentine,
in bond, fl gallon, 43c; Crude lijjpentine, fl 280 liss,
$3 75c; Rosins, common, >> bbl, $2 62fta3 00; Rosins,
strained, f bbl, $3 12ft'a3 25; Rosins, No 2, V ?bl, $3 25a
3 50; Rosins, No 1. "rt bbl. $3 75a4; Rosins, pale, fl bbl,
$4 50a5; Rosins, extra pale. fl bbl, $5 50aC 00; Rosins,
window class, fl bbl, $6a7 ; i'ar, North county, fl bbl
$2 50a2 75; Tar. Wilmington, fl bbl, $3a3 25; Pitch,
city, fl bbl, $3 50; Pitch, Southern, f> bbl, $3 75.
RICE-We iiear of no sales. Prices are nominal.
svoAi:-Baw sugars are steady but dull. Sales of Cuba
at 12ftc, and Porto Rico at Ufte. Refined are quiet at
16ft c for hards.
WHISKET-The market is dull. Small sales at 30c in
FREIGHTS-TO Liverpoo1. 7600 bushels Corn at 6ftd in
bulk; 300 bales Cotton at rv-16aftc, and by steam 2000
bales Cotton at ftaftd. Tc Glasgow, by steamer, ;:0,000
bushels Corn at Od, snd 250 ?cs Lard at 30s.
Charleston Wholesale Trices,
BAGGING, fl yard
Dundee. 30 5> 65
Gunny Cloth. 22 igt 23
BALE ROFE, fl lb-ManilL.. 24 <g) 35
Y\ stem. 08 @ 12ft
Now York. - (a) ~
Jue.I 8ft? 09
BREAD, fl lb
Navy. 7 @ 8
Pilot. 9 ? ll
Cracker?. 12 @ 15
BRICKS, ft M. . 9.00 @20.00
BRAN, fi 100 lbs. 33 fa -
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 12 @ 13
Low Middling. 13%'g) 13ft
Middling to Strict Middling. KV?. 15
Good Middling. - ($ -
Sea Island. 35 fd .30
CANDLES, fl lb-Sperm. 28 @ -
Adamantine. 32 @ 23
Tallow. 19 (a) 20
COFFEE, fl rb-Rio. 22 @ 26
Laguayra. ?* & 35
Java.j 35 fd) 45
CORDAGE, fl lb-Manilla. - @ -
Tarred American. 26 @ 28
CORN MEAL, fl bbl. 6.00 @ -
COAL, f) ton-Anthracite. 9.60 (310.00
COPPER. ? lb-Sheet.j 68 <? 60
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 & -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 tbs. 76.00 ?a, -
Phoenix Guano. 55.00 ? -
Baugb'e Phosphate. fl 2000 lbs... 60.00 @ -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... 65.00 (g) -
Mapes'Supcr Phoiphate.fi 2000 lb 65.00 @ -
Zeil's Raw Bone Phosphate.I 65.00 @ -
Zeil's Super Phosphate of Limo.. | 65.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of lame-. | 65.00 @ -
FLSS-Cud, fi 100 lbs. ...17.00 (0 9.00
Herring, fi box. 40 <g) 60
Mackerel, No. 1, fi half bbl.10.60 ?11.00
Mackerel, No. 2, fi half bbl. 9.00 & -
Mackerel, No. 3, fi bbL. - @ - I
Mackerel, No. 1, by tots. 2?B (gt -
No. 2. Qm foi -
No. 3.@ -
Sardines, \\ 100-quarter boxes.. 23 @ 25 .
Half boxea.... ti @ so
FLOUR, fi bbl-fenner.11.00 ft -
Northern and Westeiv Extra.12.00 @12.6j>
Baltimore Extra.13.00 t$
Southern-Super.12.00 @ KO
'RUITS- Prunes, fi lb.?.^t\^i Cv -
Tigs.?^0^ 40 rn, -
Dried Apples.-^^?^^TT.. 10 @ 28
AUBOuds^rtffcjfl^. 36 <g) 40 ,
?????Vat, IL, fi box. 4.00 @ 5.00 '
.g?SJ?in.?, Layer. 6.00 @ 5.50
fc^^onuges. - (a) -
^ Lemons, fi box.16.00 @17.00
L:AS?-, fi box of 50 feet- ;
t American, 8x10. 5.50 @ 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 @ 6.50
" "^French. 12x14. 7.00 (a) 8.00
TI-Maryland Oats, fl bushel-1 88 ? 90 .
ru Oats, fi bushel.j - lg} -
C?>n', ti bushel.I 1.20 @ 1.65
Beans, fl bushel.12.00 (a 3.00 1
HA Y. ri cwt?-North River.| 1.60 & - j
Eastern.I 1.75 (fr - ;
HIDES- Dry, fl lb. 10 id) ll ?
!NDIGO--$ lb. . 1.00 (qi 1.76
fRON- Refined, fl ft?. ... I 055?(d) 06
Swede.I 08 ca) 09
LATHS, fl M. 4.C0 & 4.60
LIME- Shell, fl bbl. - (qi -
South Carolina.| 1.50 ? -
Rockport.I 2.00 (o\2.25
Cement. 2.75 (a) 3.50
Pltstor Paris. | 4.00 % 4.50
CUMBER, fl M. teet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|60.00 @5j.00 ,
White Pine, good run.38.CO ($40.00 1
Yellow Pine. 20.00 (g,25.00
Boards, fi M. feet-Rough.12.00 fa.15.00
Grooved and Ionsrued.... 28.00 @32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, fl lb. - (?1) -
MOLASSES, fl gauon-Cuba. 45 @ 60
Muscovado. 55 @ 66
Sugar House. 60 ? 1.00
New Orleans. 75 fd) 82
NAVAL STORES, fl bbl-Tar. - @ -
Pitch.I - (a) -
Rosin, Pale. 2.50 <? -
Rosin, No. 1. 2.00 fa) -
Ko sui, No. 2. - @ -
Roam, No. 3. - .-\ -
Spirit* Turpentine, > gallon. *5 @ -
?j?uiii. ?i rn. 10 rn, -
NAILS-American, 4@20d, fi keg. 5.60 ?a, 7.00
American Wrought. - (u) -
Lathing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, fl lb. 1.00 @ -
Galvanized. 30 (cc -
Spikes. 12 @ 15
Ol LS-Lard, ti gallon. 1.35 (g) 1.40
Linseed, fl gallon. 1.20 (a) 1.30
Sperm, Winter, ^i gallon. 2.75 G) 3.10
Cotton Seed, V gallon. - (u? -
Castor (E I.), f gallon. 3.00 m. -
Olive, fl dozen.I 8.00 (?10.OJ
Kerosene, fl gallon. 62 (a) 64
Benzine, %i (tallon.I 60 fdi -
PROVISIONS-Beef, mess, fl bbl.J24.00 fa.26.00
Beef, prime.114.00 ($15.00
Pork, mess. 23.00 (?*26.0?
Rump. - (a, -
Bacon, Hams, lb. lu tai 21
Bacon, Sides. 14 (a? 15
Bacon. Shoulders. 13 (cu 13
Bacon, Strips. 13 (? 14
Lard, in keg. 12ft(o; 15%
Butter. 40 <o> 60
CheeBe. 15 (di 30
Potatoes, fl bbl. 4.00 @ 6.00
Onions.I 6.00 (a) -
Apples. 6.00 to 8.00
PAINTS-Whito Load, fl lb. 10 (?y \G
Black Lead. lu 'a) 12
Zinc, White.I 12 @ IC
PLOW STEEL, fi lb 12 (gi -
RICE-Carolina, "f> lb. 7ft(oi 8
East India. - Qt _
SLA T?.S-American. %l square.12.50 (di -
SHI y G LES, fl M. 7.00 (rn 8.10
White Pine, first quail ty.12.00 (Si -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fi sack. 1.75 (ai 2.OU
Liverpool, tine. - (a) -
SOAP- Bar, ^ lb. ll (ip 15
STARCH, %? lb. 10 (pi 12
SPICES, ji tb-Cassia. 1.00 (d; -
Mace. 1.75 (a? -
Cloves. 73 fy
Nutmegs. 2.00 (ty 2 jil
Pepper. to <g - ,
PiCicnto. 40 fg; 5?
Race Giuicer. 30 (a, -
SPIRITS, fl gallon-Alcohol. 6.U11 (a. 6.Ol)
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 @T2.00
Brandy, Domestic. a.00 (m 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 (0; cou
Gin, American. 3.50 (oj 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 (qi COO
Rum, N. E.I 2.50 fal 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.ou ?j) 5.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 (a) 2.40
SUGAR, fl lb-Raw. 13 fi. JJ
Crushed. 18 <gj 1?
Clarified A. 17 Ca. ls
Clarified B. 17 io, 18
Clarified C. lU 's'G, 17
Loaf. 18 ia, 19
Porto Rico. li <a' 1?
Muscovar". 13 <u) 15
S?67Ai?6'-Doines'icmanufacture, fl M. 18.00 ?46.00
TEAS, fi lb-linucrial. 2.00 (<v 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 (gi 2.6C
Hyson. 1.60 @ 1.C0
Young liyson. 1.50 (ai l.CU
Blaek. 1.00 (a) 1.75
TOBACCO, fl lb, as per quality. 40 (g) 1.50
TIMBEE-Hewn Timber-Yellow Pine. 4.00 '?12.00
Ash. -(a) -
Poplar. - (m -
Hickory. - o? -
TIN-1 C ItooQng Plate. 15.00 fy -
I X Roofing Plate.|17.00 (at -
I C Tin Plate', 10x11. 15.60 ?1 -
I X Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 (3) -
I C Tin Plat*, 14x20. 16.50 & -
Block Tin, fl lb. 40 (a, --.
TlF/.V?;_Cottou. V lb. 76 (y -
Baling. 46 (cu -
Hemp. 45 (3) -
Jute. 50 fy -
PHASES Or THE MOON.
First Q. 2d, 10b. Sim. ?ven I Last Q.16th,llh. 65m. morn
Full M. Htli. Sb. 4 .im. morn | New M. 24th, 2h. 10m, even
S DEC. ? JAN.
BISES. I SETS.
Consignees per MMUII Carolina Kailroao,
1237 bales Cotton, 64 bales Mdze. 806 bags Grain, 7
cars Wood, and Sundries. To Wiilis A: Chisolm. J D
Aiken A: Co. J B E sloan, J lt Pringle, C N Averill, W P
Dowling, 'Thurston A: Holmes, Gracser, Loo, Smith A:
Co, J B Martin, Courtcnav & Trcnholm. Mrs C Topuori,
G Foll?n. B H Bodgers k Co, H L Jeffers k Co, Cohen,
Hanckel k Co, G H Walter k Co, G W Witte, G W Wil?
hams A- Co, B J W?SB k Co, J Cantwell, W B Williams, J
M Caldwell & Sons, L Lorentz, D Wallace W Gurney, W
C Courtney 4: co, Hunt Bros, H cobia k Co, Wardlaw k
Carew, J Ar J D Kirkpatrick, BI Walker, Railroad Agent,
Watson k Hill, J Campseu k Co. West A; Joue9, Gold
t-inith A; Sens, J W Sprague A; Bro, Stenhouse k Co, W S
Heuery, E Welling.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad.
C3 nales Cotton, 223 bbls Naval Stores, Maze, 4c. To
M Jacoll, T D W, Mowry k Co, J k J D Kirkpatrick, G
H Walter k Co, Willis k ChBolm, T D Stoney, KendaU
A: Dockery, Z Davis, Ravenel k Co, Adams, Frost A; Co,
E H Rodgers k Co, Graeser, Lee, Smith ,v Co, F A Saw?
yer, G IC Pritchett
Per steamship Saragossa, for Now York-T McManus
and lady, G Hawkins, T HixteU, G Caul?eld, D Cooney,
T W Docker, G L Decker, N Fodderlin.
Per steamship Manhattan, for New York-I A Bris
ted, R Sedgwick-, Mrs G W Olney, Jr, Miss J W Whitte
more, J T Wa.sh, Miss Rosa Leon, N Federlin, W Jones,
Per steamer Dictator, irom Palatka. via Jacksonville,
Fomandiua and Savannah-A G Lataste and wile, T M
Harvey, Miss C Harvey, B E Dupont, J Martin. Miss F
A Morgan, A S Welch, Miss M J Slaughter, S Hollinan,
H A Chase, J L Waters, J W M Myers, Col L A Mahoney,
R A Roman, J H Ancrum, J P Germaine, W Lake. Col D
D Finley, M Ring, W H Heyward. J S Ryan, and 28 deck.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, irom Savannah, via Hilton
Head and Beaufort-J M Goldsmith, Mrs sarah Nix. A
M Latta, Mrs Mary Malone, C L Larliug, F E Wilder, A
Ely, J Franz, J D Alyers, Capt Chase, Mrs Grahame, D
Billings, Mrs Fuller, Mrs Stoney and servant, I Stein,
Miss cl Way, W H Harrison, M J French, Col J P Low,
W M Fieuch, Miss Annie Hutchinson, J Hutchinson, W
Hutchinson, J F Chaplin, and 23 deck.
Per steamer Emilie, from Georgetown S C-Miss A
Atkinson, Miss Fraser, Miss L Johnston, Miss Lesesne,
Miss Atkinson, Mrs Barney, A J Sbsw, J B Alston, C J
Coe, M MaxweU, J Hume, W Burk, W E Sparkman. A G
Heriot, J R Pringle, Jr, H Macbeth, Mrs G G Ford and 2
children. Capt S Wilhams.
Per steamer St Helena, from Edisto and Rockville -
Dr J G Scab-took. T Mikell, H M Bailey, Col Burgess, W
E MikeU, J H Paiety, Capt D F T'owlcs, D Towles, Jr, -
Chamherhn, S H Howe, J Hopkinson, F Hopkinson, J J
Westcott, Mrs C L Johnston.
PORT OP CHARLESTON .
Scbr Joseph AUen, Kelso, Elisabeth City, N C. 3600
bushels Corn. To J Campsen k Co.
Sloop Mary Goodrich, Magrath, Pon Pon. 753 bushels
Bough Rice. To Ravenel k Co.
steamer Emilio, Davis, Georgetown, S C. 67 tierces
Rice, 23 bales Cotton, and Sundries. To Shsckelford k
Kelly, Thurston k Holmes, G W Williams k Co, J M
Caldwell k Son, J B Pringle, J J Middleton.
Norwogian bark KjeBestadt, Wongo, Liverpool-63
days. Salt and Mdze. To Bavenel t Co, Adams, Frost
k Co. Mottet, Huchet k Co, W L Webb, J k T B Agnew,
J E Adger * Co, J Bones, B M'ir^ k Co, C P Poppon
heim, R T Walker, J G Lege.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah. 224 bales Cotton. 6 bbls
Whiskey, 66 tierces Bice, 1 bundle Hides, Oranges,
Mdze, kc. To J D Aikpn s Co, hop, r k Stoney, Fraser
k Dill, G H Dograham k ton. Willis k Chisolm, Cobon.
Hanckel k Co, Capt L M Coxetter, Adams, Frost k Co, J
Salvo, Pinckney Bros, Hunt Bros, W M Lawton, J k J D
Kirkpatrick, W B Wilhams, M Goldsmith k Sous, South?
ern Express Co, Me Loy k Bice, J H At Co, J C Dine, W C
Bec Ai Co, D Jennings k Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah, via Beaufort,
Hilton Head, t?c. 66 b des Cotton, 261 bags cotton Seed,
77 packages School Desks, and Sundries. To J Fergu
son, E H Rodgers k Co, Adams, Frost k Co, J Comings.
Hopkins, McPherson k Co, W S Hastie, Col J P Low, M
j French, southern Express Co, and Order.
Steamor St Helena, Boyle. Edisto and Rockville. 20
bales S I Cotton, 75 bags Cotton Seed, and Sundries. To.
j H Murray, Chisolm Bros. Boper k Stoney, W c Court?
ney J Co, ri asar k Dill, G W Clari A: Co, and others.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull. New York.-Courtenay
k Tr e nh o Im.
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, Philadelphia-H F Baker A
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore-Courtenay k Trcn?
British bark Tecumseh, Sponagle, Liverpool-Bavenel k
Sehr D B Warner. Horton, Providence, BI-J B Bee.
Sehr James A Parson, Clark, Philadelphia-H ? Baker
Sehr Mary Milnes, Burdge, BucksviUe, S C-H F Baker
Went to Sea Saturday.
Steamship Manhattan, WxxThuR, New Yo-k.
Sehr D B Warner, Horton, Providence, R .".
?ich r Americus, Terry, New York.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York.
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, Philadelphia.
Steamship Falcon, R?ed, Baltimore.
Sehr J A Parson, Clark, Philadelphia.
Prom tills Port,
lehr Curtis Tiltou, Somers, Philadelphia, Dec 96.
Cleared for this Port.
Steamship E B Souder, Lobby, at New Y ort Dec 27.
Sehr Marion Lunt, Tracey, at New YojJr.Dec 27.
The schr? (? c wishart, Mason, from this port for
3o8ton^%a at Bolmes' Hole, Dec 24.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR TB18 PORT.
the Magdala, CoghiU, sailed.Dec 9
Tho Skjold, Albroohtaon, cleared.Nov 19
Bark C A Jones,-, up.Nov 15
The Sabina, Martin, sailed.Nov 28
The Bertha, Anderson, sailed.Oct 22
Sehr E H Furber, Cobb, cleared.Dec 24
Steamship E B Souder, Lebby, cleared.Dec 27
Sehr Vapor, Bogcrt, cleared.Dec 14
Sehr M B Brau?iall. Hussey, up.Dec 14
Sehr Charles J Smith. Wright, up.Dec 18
3chr Jennie 8 shepard. Barrett, np.Dec 20
Sehr Marla Lunt, Tracey, cleared.Dec 27
Brig Yankee Blade, Coomba, cleared.Dec 16
Headquarters Second Military District, )
CHARLESTON, 8. C., November 14, 1867, J
GENERAL ORDERS NO, 117.]
IN ORDER T J CONFORM TO THE PROVISIONS OF
General Orders No. 96, Commanding Officers of Posts
aro authorized, when In their judgment demanded by
the public service, to require, by order, the services of
citizens to perform the duties usually performed by
roadmasters and overseers of highways. In conformity
with the existing usage, such sei vices will receive no
compensation. Any person falling to obey thc orders of
the Post Commander in tho premises, will be subjected
to the same pains and penalties as are now provided by
law m the case of the aeglect or refusal of a roadmastor
or overseer of highways to perform the duties of such
By command of Bvt Major-General ED. R. S. CANBT.
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aide-de-camp, Aot'g Assisting Adjutant-General.
Official: O. M. MITCHELL, Aide-de-camp.
Headquarters Second Military District.)
CHARLESTON, S. C., September 30, 1867. J
PENDING THE ESTABLISHMENT OF RULES FOB
tho government of "Military Tribunals in this District,
Provost Courts will not exercise jurisdiction in any case
when the que stion involves the title of land ; nor in any
civil cause where the debt sued for or the damage
claimed exceeds three hundred (300) dollars. In all
cases where the amount claimed either as debt or dam?
ages exceeds twenty-flvo (25) dollars, the defendant shall
be entitled to ten (10) days' notice, and if it oxeceds one
hundred (100) dollars, be shall be entitled to fifteen (15)
days' notice; but this right may he waived by the d??
tendant, and thc trial of thc cause set for an earlier day,
upon his written consent thereto, which consent must
appear on tho record o.' the Court
By command of Brcv et Major-General ED. R. S. CAN?
BT. LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aida-do-Camp,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Official: O. M. MITCHEL, Aido-dt-Camp.
Headquarter* Second Military District,)
CHARLESTON, S. C., November 14, 1867. J
[GENEBSL ORDERS, NO. 116.]
The Sheriffs of the respective Counties and Districts
of North and South Carolina win ?^?usc no bo prepared
copies of tho tax lists for their respectivo Counties or
Districts, noting thereon all delinquent tax payers, and
forward the same through Post Commanders to these
! he expcoEt? ol preparing such cupifcH will he audited
and paid as u County or District charge, ai the case
By command of Uv?. Maj.T-Goueral ED. R. 8. CANDY,
LOUIS V. CAZIARC,
Aule-de-t'arap, Act'g. Ass't. AdJ't. Gen L
Official: G. M. MITCHEL, Aide-de-Camp.
Headquarters Second Military District,!
CHARLESTON, S. C.. Ootober 21, 1867. J
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 105. |
Post Commanders may admit to bail persons not sub?
ject to the Articles of Wai-, bald in arrest by military au?
thority, charged with ofjonces not capital, upon security
us provided in tho following paragraph :
Security shell consist: 1st, of a cash deposit of the
amount for which bond is required as bail hy the State
law in like caeca; or, 2d, of a bond in like sum, running
to thc l\?st Commander, conditioned for compliance
with all ordors, with surety, who onus!, he a freeholder
and must juslity iu twice thc amount od" the penalty, and
must, under ssal, authorizo any officer SD ordered by the
Post Commander, lu case ol default, aad non-payment
by the surety on demand, to summarily seize aDd sell
sufficient of thc property of principal and surety to sat?
isfy thc forfeiture and costs ; ?ind iinmodiatoly upon de
lault made, the bond shall con stitute a lien upon the per?
sonal property of both principal ?nd suruty.
All ball and other bonds taken under military
ty will conform to tho foregoing directions v
othorwise specially provided.
By command of Bvt. Major-Ooneral En. R. S. (
LOUTS V. CAZIAB
Aid-de-Camp, Act'g. Aaat. AdJ'L
Official : O. M. MITCHEL, Aid-do-Camp.
Headquarters Second Military Dla
CnAuuigTON, a. C., December 3, ]
[General Orders No. 139.|
I. To provide for tho support or tho Provisional
ment ot South Caroona for tho year commencin
first dJV of Octobf r, 1867, and ending on tho thirt
ol September, 1868, Ute Act of the General As
"To raise supplies tor tho year commencing in <
one thousand eight hundred und sixty-six," a
December 21, 1866, viii, as hereinafter modified,
tinued in force nnal superseded by legislation
other? iso ordered bj proper authority.
ABTICLK8 TAXEO "KV) VALOREM."
L On all real est?t?, twenty-five cents on ovei
dred dollars: Provided, that on such lands as rn;
the possession of tho Bureau ot Refugees, Freedo
Abandoned Lands on the first day of January Bi
the owner or claimant is thereby deprived of its
tion and use, such tai shall not bc collected ; on t
tal stock of all gas-light companies, twenty-five c
every huudred dollars; on articles manufactu
sale, barter, or exchage, bctw ?en the first day ol
ary, one thousand citht hundred und sixty-sev
thc first day of January, one thousand clgh
dred and sixty-eight, twenty eena on every hunch
lars, to be paid by the manufacturer; on the
value of the gross amount of spiritous liquors m
tured from the first d?y of January to tho thirty-fi
of December, 18G8, five per cent., to be paid quat
the end of each quarter to tho Tax Collectors of I
tricts in which it was manufactured; on buggies
ages, gold and aUver plate, watches, jewelry and
on hand on the first d?y ot January, 1868-excep
held by dealers for the purpose of sale-one do!
every hundred dollars.
"TAI ON INCOMES."
2. Upon all gross hicomes derived from employ
faculties and professions, including the proles;
dentistry (whether in the profession of tho law
come, bo derived from the costa of Buit, or fees, o;
source of professional incomes), excepting clcif
two and one-half dollars on every' hundred dollars
commissions received by brokers, vendue m?ste
tors, commission merchant, dealers in exchang
cignand domestic), or in moitgagea, bonds and
negotiable papers, two and one-half dollars on
hundred dollars; from premiums received by insi
companies or underwriters, two dollars on ever
dred dollars; from tho receipts of express or other
portation companies earned within the limits of the
one doUar on o very hundred dollars; and
the receipts of telegraph companies earned
the limits of the Stale, two and one-half <
on every hundred dollar*; from the sale of
papers or magazines, ona dollar on every hu
dollars; on thc gross receipts of newspapers
lished in tho State, twenty cents on every hundred
lars ; from tho sale of goods, wares or merchandls
braoing all the articles of Irade, sale, barter or exe
(cotton taxed by the United States excepted), whic
person shall make between tho first day of Januai
the thirty-first day of December, 1868, to bo paid
torly at the end of each quarter to the several Tai
lectora, twenty cents on every hundred dollars ; (
gross profits of all banks or banking institution;
dollars on every hundred dollars ; on the gross int
derived from tho arts of photographing or daguerre
ing, one dollar on every hundred dollars ; on aU inc
from salaries, rents, dividends, and money at int
one dollar on every hundr d dollars in excess of five
dred dollars ; on the gross incomes of all railroads
exempted by law), from earnings within tho State
dollar on evory hundred dollars. All persons ke
hotels shall pay a tea' of two dollars on every hm
dollars of gross income ; all persons keeping restau
or eating houses shall pay a tax of two dollai
every hundred dollars of gross income ; all
sens keeping livery stables shall pay a ta:
twodoUarson every huudred dollars of gross ina
all butchers and hucksters shall pay s ta:
one dollar on e\ cry hundred dollars of gross incomi
persona keeping hilliard tables shall pay a tax o:
dollars on every hundred dollars of gross Incomi
persons keeping bowling alleys shall pay a tax ol
dollars on every hundred dollars of gross incomi
persons keeping bar-rooms, whother connect d w
hotel or otherwise, shall pay a tax of ten dollars on c
huudred dollars of gross income; all persons kee
terries or bridges shall pay a tax of ona dollar on e
hundred dollars ot gross income; all poisons keeping
gates shall pay a tax of one dollar on every hundred
lars ot' gross income ; each person or company keep]
public race track ahall pay a tax of one hundred dol
upon each public hack, stage coach, baggage wagon
omnibus, drawn by two or more horses, there sha]
paid a tax of ten dollars; and upon anon dray and i
or baggagcHmd express wagon, drawn by ono bor
tax of five dollar?.
"TAXES IMPOSEn ros CERTAIN piuvniOES "
3. All persons representing for gain or reward any r
comedy, tragedy, interlude, or farce, or other emt
ment of th? stage, or any part therein, or exhibiting
works or other shows of any kind whatsoever, shall
n tax of ten dollars per day, to be paid into the hand
the Clerks of the Court?, or of a Magistrate in the
sence oi tba Clerk, who shall bo bound to collect and
ter. same ta:o thc public treasury, excerpt kn cabes wi
thu Mme is now required by law to bo raid to corp
tiona oXoUicrwiae. Upon every taking out of a cbai
except inreligious, charitable pm educational inst
dons, there*SfaTi be'ieTXnH^'^of twenty dollars; u
each renewal of a charter liable to lax under this or
ten dollars, and all companies incorporated in ol
States ahall pay for the privilege of carrying on their
sinesa in this State the same charter fee as is require
companies incorporated in this State. All circus cxh
tiona, to bc paid at the time, fifty dollars per day. E
and every person keeping a dog or dogs, shall pay a
of one dollar for each dog. For thc privilcgo of sob
lottery tickets within the limits of this St-.te, five h
dred doli-rs per month, to bo paid monthly or quarte
in od van oe to tho Treasurer of tb o State of South Car
na, who, upon such payment, shall grant a 1!censo
the timo for which such payment has been made, but
for less than one month.
" SPECIAL TAX."
4. A capitation tax of ono dollar shall be paid by evi
malo person between tho ages of twenty-one and fli
residents ot the State on thc first day ol' January, c
thousand eight huudred and sixty-eight,, except such
are incapable of earning a support by reason of men
or physical disability : Provided, that double execulic
fer the non-payment of thc capitation tax of tho past yi
shall not bo er forced, and that in all cases where exe
tion has not been issued aud no co its have been ID curri
thc tax may be discharged by tao payment of the origil
amount on or before the firit day of Marca, 1868.
6. All taxes levied on property ai preicribed in tl
order, shall be paid to thc Tax Collector for tin Instr
or Pari?b in which said property ia located, except tl
the Lix on railroad companies, oxpress companies, a;
telagraph companies, shall be returned to and paid i
rcctly into the Treasury of the State; and this retu
shall br made quarterly.
6. All Individual tax>s will be assessed directly upi
and collected diroetly from the individu?is from who
they aro due.
7. Thc house? and lots on Sullivan's Island shall I
returned to the Tax Collector ol the Tax District
which they are situated, lu the same manner aa otb
town lots and houses, and shall be liable to tho can
rates of taxation.
8. Before the collection of tho taxes herein providi
for, every Assessor or Tax Collector (acting in the c
pacify of Asaettor) in this State shall proceed to make (
ad valorem assessment of all lands, buildings and h
provements, without distinction as to city, town or cou:
try property, and upon all other property upon which t
ad valorem tax has been levied, with reference to tl
market value of such property in United States currei
cy, and without referouce to any previous assessmen
aud such assessments shall bc subject to revision l
military authority. Each Assessor and each Tax Colle
tor acting as Assessor, beforo entering upon his dutie
as Assessor, shall tako and subscribo before the Clerk <
thc Court of the District thc following oath, which sha
be endorsed on his cImmission, viz: "I, A. B., d
promise and swear that I will, to the best of my abilitj
execute thc duties of Assessor for my Collection Dlstrlc
sud will, without favor or patlality, ascertain and asses
thc actual value cf tho property, real and personal, upo
which au ad valorem tax is levied, before and for the pm
po?? ol levying such tax."
9. Each Tax Collector shall atteud at thc Courthous
of the Tax Dlslrict (or if there be no Courthouse, a
sonio other publlo place), daily for one wcok previous t
making his final return for the receipt of taxes of hi
respective District or Parish. All taxes un property in
poaed b.v thc provisions of this order shall have refer
ence both as to possession and valuation to the Brat da;
of January, eighteen hundred and sixtv-f:t?ht, exeep
where some other date is specially designated. AU taxe
on income imposed by the provisions of Ulis act ?hal
have referenco to tho amount of such income receivct
between the first day of J a ima rv, ono thousand e'gh
hundred a-d sixty-seven, and the. Ont day of January
oue thout-and eight hundred and sixty-sight, and all ?ucl
luceme tax shall bo due aud payable on or before th<
thirty-first day ot March, 1868.
10. Thc taxes herciu levied shall be paid cady in goleJ
und silver coin. United ataics Treasury notes, or notes
declared to be u legal tender by the Government ol the
United State*, or note-e of National Banks, or the bills re?
ceivable of this State, and also pay-i-ertincatrs of Jurors
aud Constable tor attendance on tho Couria. The Tax
Collectors of the- several Collection Districts snail be al?
lowed, on all sumo of money paid into their hands tor
taxes, a commission as follows, that is to say : thc Tai
Collectors of Abb. ville. Anderson, Barnwell, Chester.
Clarendon, Darlington, Edgcfield, Kershaw, Laurens,
Newberry, Orange, Richland. Sparenburg, Sumter.
I Union, York, Marion, St. Phillip's ?nd St. Michael's, at
the rate of lour per cent.; the Tux Collectors of Chestcr
I field, Fairfield, Greenville, Lancaster, Lexington, Marl
I boro', Pieken-, Sr. Matthews, Prince George's wiuyah.
St, Bartholomew's, Williamsburg, at the rate ol .'ix per
cent; the Tax Collectors cf All Saints', Christ Church,
Bony, Prince William's, St. George's Dorchester, St
Helena, St. James' Goose Creek, St. James" Santei', St.
John's Berkeley, St. John's Collcton, st. Peter's, St.
Stephen's, at thc rate ot eight per cent. ; thc Tax Collec?
tors of St. andrew's, st. Luke's, st. Paul'.-, st. Thomas'
and St. Dennis', at thu rate of ten per cent ; Provided,
that in any District where thc grosb umount of taxes paid
in shall exceed the ?um ot thirty thousand dollars,lll^
tominiaaions ot the Tax Collectors shall be two per cent,
on such excess.
11. In i al ea of real estate upon execution for non-pay
ment of taxes, u* the amount bid for such real estate bs
not greater than tho amount of tho execution and costs,
it shall be tho duty of the 8heriff to bid in the property
for the State, and the title thereto shall thereupon bo
passed to tho State, subject to auch equitable rights of
redemption as may hereafter bo determined upon by leg?
islative authority. Imprisonment for over duo taxe* is
abolished ; but whenever the amount of thc tax, costs,
Ac., of any person cannot be made out of any property of
which he is possessed, the Sheriff holding tho execution
shall malte return thereof to the Commissioners of hoads
or Public Buildings, or other appropriate municipal au?
thority, who may enforce the payment of the tax due by
labor upon the roads, bridges and other public works :
Provided, that the commutation value of such labor shah
not be less than fifty cents for a labor day of eight hours.
12. All taxes levied by this order, except when such
taxos are payable quarterly, shall be duo and payable as
follows: One-half on or before tho thirty-first day of
March, ono thousand eight hundred and sixty-eight, and
tho remaining half on or before the thirtieth day of June,
ono thousand eight hundred and slxtv-eight any per?
son desiring to pay tho whole amount of bis taxes (ex?
cept euch as are returned quarterly) on or beforo the
thirty-first day of March shall have the privilege of so
doing, and shall be entitled to a discount of five per
cent upon the amount of taxes falling due on thc 30th
day of June, 1868.
13. No Tax C i licet or or Assossor shall receive his com?
missions until bis returns hsve been received at tho
Treasurer's office, and been approved by him.
li. Taxes levied by municipalities, corporations, or
other local authorities, under any general or special law
of the State, wiU conform in principle to the modifications
APPBOPBIATIONS FOB THF. YEAB COMMENCING
OCTOBER 1, 1867.
LT. It is hereby ordered, that tho following sums shall
be appropriated for the payment of the various offices
and expenses of the State government :
1. Executive Department : For thc salary of the Gover?
nor, three thousand five hundred dollars; for the Private
Secretary of the Governor, twelve hundred dollars; for
the Messenger of tho Oovernor, one hundred dollars; for
the Contingent Fund of the Executive Department,
twenty-flvo thousand dollars, to he subject to the draft
of the Governor, and to be accounted for annually by
him to the Legislature; for the rent of thc Governor's
house in Columbia, three hundred dollars ; for two watch?
men lor the new Mate House and grounds, nine hundred
and sixty dollars, to be drawn on draft of the State House
Keeper; for the ^salary and services of the Secretary of
the State, In lieu of all charges against the State for sign?
ing commissions, five hundred dollars.
2. L?gislative Department: For the salary of the Keep?
er of the State House and Librarian, three hundred vigi?
lare ; for contingent expenses of Legislative Library, to
be paid on draft of the Librarian, accounted for hy.him
at the Treasury, and reported by tho Treasurer to the
Legislature, two hundred dollars, if so much be neces?
3. Judiciary Department : Fur the salary of the Chief
Justice, thirty- ivo hundred dollars ; for the salaries
ten Judges and Chancellors, three thousand dollars each
for the salary of the Attorney-General, eleven hundred
dollars ; for the salaries of five Solicitors, nine hundred
dollars each ; for the salaries of thirty-one District
Judges, at five hundred dollars each, fifteen thousand
five hundred dollars ; for the Clerk of the Court of Ap?
peals, who shall be the Librarian, eight hundred dollars
the same to Include the expenses of fuel ; for the salary
of tho Messenger of thc said Court, two hundred and
twenty-five dollars ; for the purchase of books for th
Library of tho Court of Appeals, one thousand dollars,
be drawn and expended by order of the presiding Jus?
tice ; for firewood and fuel for the Court of Appeals, fifty
dollars, if so much be necessary ; 1er tho salary of State
Reporter, one thousand five hundred dollars ; and tb
several appropriations aforesaid, for the Clerks, Libra?
rians, Messengers, Reporters, and for the incidental
penses of tho Court of Appeals, shall be paid by the
Treasurer, only upon warrants, to be drawn by the pre?
siding Judge of the Court of Appeals, at such time and
for such portions as ho may deem Just and proper ; and
it shall bo the duty of said Reporter to attend in person
or by deputy the sittings of the Court of Appeals, and
report such arguments and statements of tacts as may
be necessary to a correct understanding of the decisions
of the said Court ; for the pay of Jurors and Constables
sixty thousand dollars, if so much be necessary.
4. Treasury Department: For the salary of the Treas?
urer of the State thirty-two hundred dollars, Including
the salaries of one or more clerks; for the salary of the
Comptroller-General, twenty-flvo hundred dollars, in
eludir > clerk's salary, said clerk to be appointed by, and
remov-. at the pleasure of the Treasurer and Comptrol
ler-Qcneral respectively; to tho Comptroller-General, two
hundred dollars, for making ont copies of the Tax Re?
turns in eighteen hundred and sixty eight; for publish
lng the tax and appropriation order, if so much be neces?
sary, three hundred dollars, to bc expended by the
Comptroller-General and accounted for to the Legisla?
ture; for tho contingent expenses of the Comptroller
General's and Treasurer's ofhee, printing tax books and
instructions to collectors, and distributing-the same
three thousand five hundred dollars.
5. The University of South Carolina: For the salaries
of oleven Professors, eleven thousand dollars; for the Li
brarian of thc University, who shall be the Secretary
the Board of Trustees, six hundred dollars, to be paid
by the Treasurer of the State, quarterly, in advance, his
, dratta ballig countersigned by tho Chairman of the Ex
tcutivo Committee of tbc Board of Trustees; for the sala?
ry of the Treasurer of tho University, four hundred dol
lars; for tho salary of the Bm sar and Marshal, four hun
tired dollars; and for repairs to tho University buildings
two thousand dollars, if so much be necessary: Provided
that thc sums realized from rents of tho University
grounds and buildings shall first be applied to this ob?
ject, and only the excess be drawn from the Treasury.
6. Ordinary Civil Expenses: For the payment of tbe
contingent accounts of tho State, twenty-five thousand
dollars; for dieting and transporting prisoners, sixty
thousand dollars, if so much be necessary; for the sup?
port ot froo schools, twenty-fivo thousand dollars; Pro?
vided, that the amount thus appropriated shall cot he
expended until thc Legislature shall have established
system of free schools, the benefits of which sbaU bo ox
tended to the children of citizens or residents of the
State without distinction of nee or color; tor tho Lunatic
Asylum, nineteen thousand seven hundred and eighteen
dollars; Provided, that tho sum of six thousand dollars
shall be refauded to the Treasury of the State, when the
arrearages due irom the Commissioners of the Poor of
the several Districts shall be paid.
7. Ordinary Local Expenditure: For maintaining and
keeping open the Roper Hospital in Charleston, three
thousand dollars, to bc paid to the Medical Society in
trust for tho Boper Fund, to defray the expenses ot said
Hospital; for thc salary of tho physician of the jail at
Charleston, commencing tho twenty-seventh day of
March, one thousand eight hundred and sixty-seven, five
hundred dollars per annum ; for enforcing thu quaran?
tine in South Carolina, including salaries of Port Pbysi
clan and boat hire, eight thousand dollars, if so much be
necessary ; for tbe transient poor of Charleston, eight
thousand dollars, If so much be necessary.
8. For the support of the Catawba Indians, twelve hun
dred dollars, if BO much bo necessary, to be paid to the
order of the Indian Agent, and to bu expended under the
order of the Governor.
0. Public Buildings: For completing the roof of the
State House in process of construction, two thousand
dollars, if so much bc necessary; for continuing the
construoUon of the Penitentiary, for the pay of officers
and guards, for subsisting guards and convicts, and for
clothing convicts, eighty thousand dollars, to be paid on
the drafts of the Governor, from time to time, as the
several sums may be needed.
10. Extraordinary Expenditures ? For the rent and fix
tures of a house for tho use of the Court of Appeals
three hundred dollars, the contract relating thereto to be
approved by the Chief Justice before the money is drawn
on his order.
11. It shall be the duty of the Commissioner ot Public
Buildings in thc several Districts to furnish thc Jailor or
Sheriff thereof with a sufficient number of blankets for
the comfort of all prisoners, and also to pay for such
medical attention and medicines as may be required hy?
the sick. Tho Sheriff and Jailors of the several Districts
in this State will promptly make requisitions upon the
Commissioners for blankets and medicines, and, if the
samo are not furnished by the Commissioners within
five days, the Sheriff shall report the failure to these
Headquarters, giv.ng thc names of the persons who may
be the Commissiont rs in his District.
12. The contingent accounts of Clerks, Sheriffs, Coro?
ners, Magistrates, Constables, and other officers of this
State, shall bo forwarded to the Comptroller-General,
who shall audit the sa tu e. and if found conformable to
law, he shall draw his warrant upon the Treasurer for
the payment thereof.
13. The Act entitled "An Act to provide for the issue
of bills receivable in payment, of Indebtedness to the
State, to tho amount of five hundred thousand dollars,"
passed December 21, 1865, and tile Act entitled "An Ad
to provide for thc redemption of h?ls receivable, issued
by this State," passed Septembor 20, 1866, are hereby
continuod in force.
14. Thc Treasurer of thc Stat? of South Carolina is
hereby authorized to pay the appropriations herein made,
and thc salaries of public otneera, payable by law, out of
funds applicable thereto, which have (allen due since the
first day of October, 1807, and which may hereafter tall
15. No moneys raised under thc provisions of this or?
der or thc Acts herein mentioned, shall be applied to the
payment of principal or interest of any dobt contrat ted
or incurred in support of the late war against tho United
16. The unexpended balance of appropriations made
Within the lost two years and undrawn, may he paid by
the Treasurer, according to the laws of South Carolina,
except "tor the salary of the Adjutant and Insp-c.n
General," "support of thc Military Academy at Chanes
ton," "for military contingencies" for services of tho
Secretary of State in signing military commissions, and
for support of free schools, which last shall remain in
the Treasury subject to the conditions of the provision iu
By Command of Bvt Major General En. R. S. CANDY :
LOUIS V. CAZIARC, Aide-de-Camp,
Act'g Asa't Adit Geu'l.
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MEDICINE AND SURGERY.
FIE PHILADELPHIA UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE
AND KUEGERY vf an organized ia 184?. Chartered
.y the Legislature, February 26.1853. Nace changed
iy a legislativo enactment to thc Eclectic .v.cd:tal col?
ege, or Pmladclp.ua, in I860. In 1863 it purcfiascd the
Pennsylvania M< oical college, es.abbs lied in 1342, and
he Philadelphia Medical College, which had previously
>ctn merged Into the Pennsylvania Medical < 'ollcgc. In
864 it purchased the Penn Medical Dnivttrslry. T?e
rrustees of thc separate schools united, pe jtioned and
ibtalncd a special Act of the Legis.ature, consolidating
hese institutions and chugging their names to that ot the
Philadelphia University of Medicine and Surgery,
March 15,1865. All thc.? various Acts arc publi hod in
ho statutes or Pennsylvania. The co*t of the t uilding
md museum was over one hundred thousand dollars. It
?Ul bo observed that the University, as now organised, is
tho legal representative or the lour Medical Colleges that
ll has absorbed. It is a libprai Behool of medicine, con?
fined to no dogma, nor attached io any medical cliques,
but embraces in its tcachiug everything of value to the
Sessions.-It has two foll sessions each year, commenc?
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January, as its first session, arel from the 1st ol January
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lull course of lectures. It has m a sommer session,
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Mathematics, Botany, Zoology, Cbomistry, Anatomy
Ticket*.- Tickets to the full coarse of loci-ires $120. or
160 for each session. For the summer or preparatory
course $26. Graudattng tee $30. To aid young men of
moderate means, thc University bas issued five nundred
scholarships, which are sold to first-course students tor
$75. and to second-course students and clergymen for
$60, each constituting thc holder a life member, with the
perpetual privileges of the lectures, and ali tho teachings
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The Advantages ofScholarships.-The student holding a
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year, attend as long as he chooses, and reenter thc inst!
ration as frequently as de.ired.
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University on scholarships, hence, all private tuition foes
Students, by holding scholarships, can pros ?cute other
business a part of the noe,
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any time, and receive his degree as soon as qualified.
In casca stuuent should hold scholarship and not be
able to attend lectures, it can be transferred to another,
thus preventing any loss.
Parents, guardians or friends of student* wishing to
purchase scholarship tor them a year or more bet?re
their attendance at mo University, can secure them by
advancing one-halt the price and paying the balance
when the student enters. Physicians and bencvoln t
men can bestow great benefit upon poor young men cy
presenting them a scholarship, aud thus ec-ibiing them
to ootain an honorable profession.
The Faculty embraces seventeen eminent physicians
and surgeons. The University has associated with it a
Urge hospital clinic, whete every form ol medical and
surgical disease is operated on and treated in the pres?
ence of the class.
COLLEGE BUILDING.-Tho College building, located in
Ninth street, south of Walnut, ls thc finest m the city.
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and beautiiul appearance. Tho facade is of brown stone,
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eighty feet, and crowned with an embattled parapet
The building contains between fifty and sixty rooms, all
supplied with water, gas, and every other convenience
that modern improvement can contribute to faciliuta
medical instruction. Only five hundred scholarships
will be issued, and aa two hundred and fifty are now
sold, those wno wish to secure one should do so at once.
Money can be remitted by express, or a draft or check
sent on any National Bank in the United States, when
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President of the Board nf Trustees, JOSEPH S. Fi S HEB,
Esq., and the Dean of the Faculty, W. PAINE, M. D.
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