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A Heart of Stone.
BY JOHN HARRINGTON.
Whence comes my love? 0 heart, disclose!
It was from cheops that shame the rose,
From lips that spoil t io ruby's praise.
From eyes that, mock the diamond's blaze;
Whenc-' comes mv woe? as lrcely own;
Ab, mel 'twas from a heart like stoue.
The blushing check speaks modest mind,
The Ups bi Atti'.g words most kind,
The eye does tempt to love's desire,
And seems to say 'tis cupid's fire;
Yet all so lair but speak ruy moan,
Sith naught doth ray the heart ot stone.
Why thus, my love, so kind bespeak
?weet eye. 6wcet lip, sweet blushing cheek
Yet not a heart to save my pa n?
O Venus I take thy gifts again I
Make not so fair to cause our moan.
Or make a heart that's like our own.
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Exporte for the Week ending Thursday,
SAGU A LA GRANDE-Per brig Open f-ea-121.063
feet Pine cumber. 5000 Shingles, 10 bola Ce?
MAJOUKA AND A MARKET-Per Span brig Fortu?
na-521 bales Upland Cotton.
NEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-1G3 bags
Sea Island Cotton, 722 bales Upland Cotton, 119
tes Rice, 197 bales Domestics and Yarns, 5C5
sacks Corn. 8 bbls Phosphate Lime, 50 Empty
Bbls, 16 bbls Potatoes, 38 pkgs.Per steam?
ship Saragossa-280 tes Rice, 693 bales Cort?n,
164 pkgs, 32 bales Yara.Per steamship City
Port Au Prince-7 bales Sea Island Cottoa, 741
bales Upland Cotton, 31 tea Bice.Per steam?
ship Champion-139 tierces Rice, 140 bags Sea
Island Cottoa, 817 bales Upland Cotton, 1949
sacks Cora, 48 bales Domestics and Yarn, 22
bags Fruit and Pindera. 25 bundles Paper. 90
pkgs Sundries.Per sehr Vapor-18 bales S
Island Cotton, 290 bales Upland Cotton, 675 bbls
Rosin, 50 tes Klee, 9 casks Kaolin Clay, 16 pkgs
Mdze, 4 pcs Iron Vault 6 hhds and loose Iron.
.Per steamship Moneta-110 tierc?s Rice,
37 bags SI Cotton, 393 bales Upland Cotton, 125
BOSTON-Per sehr E H Firber-434 balee ?pland
Cotton, 100 bbls Spirits Turpontine, 300 obis
Rosin, 242 loose Hides, 5 tons Iron.
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
[FOB THE WEEK ENDING TUUBSDAY. JANUARY 23, 1808.]
COTTON.-The market for i?? ?tapio duilug tie
week just terminated has somewhat fluctuated.
From Friday to Tuesday tfee article had a steadily
stiffening tendency, and the English market hardened
from 7%d. to 7%d. f, rb. for Middling Upli nd, New
York improved from 16%c. to I7%@17%c. 9 lb. for
N6W York Middling, and the commodity here, which
opened at 16c., advanced to 17c. fi lb. for
Middling Uplands; but the controlling markets
having taken a downward turn the rates again fell off
up to yesterday, when they became Arm er. Tho
quotations at Liverpool were yesterday 7%@7%d.
f. fb. for Middling Upland, at New York 17%al7}_c.
for New York Middling, and at this point they closed
at 16@16%c, f 05. for Middling Upland.
The stock of the article on tho market daring the
past week has been of a very limited character, and
although the arrivals of Upland show somi. increase
over those of the previous week, tho sto<:k on sale
continues meagre. Tho receipts during the week
have been 508 bales of Sea Island and Floridas, and
9,-51 balcsj of Upland, against 328 bales of Sea
BJonds and Floridas, and C815 balee of Upland
Cotton the week before, and 699 bales of Sea Islands
and Floridas, and 6487 bales ot Upland Cotton for
the corresponding week last year.
The operations in the staple at this port for the
past week may be seen by tho following statement;
On Friday, the 17th inst., tho inquiry was good,
and with a light stock prices stiffened %d>%c. V> lb. ;
sales 120O bales, Ordinary to Good Ordinary being
quoted at I3@l4}_c, Low Middling at 15%@15%c.,
Middling at 16c. fi lb. In Strict Middling qualities
there were no transactions.
On Saturday the demand was active and prices had
a decided upward tendency, the stock b;ing light,
and prices improved during the da> about %c. fi
lb.; sales near 600 bales; Ordinary to Good Ordinary
being qoted at 13>.@15c, Low Middling at 16c.,
Middiug at 36%c, and Strict Middling nominal?
there being no sales.
On Monday the market continu od to have an ad?
vancing character, and prices hardened 'i@,l3'c. f
lb.; sales near 700 bales; Ordinary to Good Ordinary
being quoted at 14@15c., Low Middling at 16@16%c.,
Middling at 17c, and Strict Middling noninal, there
being no sales.
On Tuesday, under the influence of declining
prices in other markets, the staple here receded Kc.
f> lb., sales about 900bales; Ordinary to Sood Ordi?
nary being quoted at 13}_@14%c., Low Middling at
I5%c., Middling at 16%@16%c, and S trie t Middung
at 17c. f, lb.
On Wednesday the staple was quiet and easier, the
rates falung off from %@%c. f, lb.; sale 1600 bales;
Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quo.ed at 13?
14%c, Low Middling at 16c., Middling at 16c., and
strict Middling at 16J.e. ? lb.
Yesterday the demand was active, and prices im?
proved about %c. f. lb.; sales 1100 bales, say 4 at ll:
9 at 12K; 68 at 13; 5 at 13%; 21 at 13%; 6il at 13%; 32
atl3%;55atl4;10atl4%; 57at 14J.; ii at li?,; 31
at 15; 24 at 15 J.; Ult ?5%, 103 at 15 j.; 106 at 15%;
224 at 16; 117 at 16%; 40 at 16}.. and 26 ai 17.
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.:(3%@15
Good Middung.17 ?
S. Isl'd. Vpl'd. Rici:.
Stock on hand Sept. 1,1867. 182 810 180
Received this week. 608 0451 72b
Received previously. 6113 1:16406 1027:1
5803 116667 11180
Exports- S. It'd. Up'd\ Rice.
Inls week.. 476 6157 569
Previously. 3614 113241 8310
City and r
4090 119398 10779
Total exports and consumption.. 4090 119398 1077)
Stock on hand and on shipboard 1713 17269 401
OORBXSPONBINO WEES LAST YE VE.
S.rid. Vpl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1S66. 235 5300
Received this week. .. 609 5487 790
Received previously.6C69 77217 6u9V
6603 88004 6887
Exports- S. I 'd Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 1105 8802 687
Previously. 4870 63663 4588
6975 72355 6125
Total exports. 6975 72355 5126
Stock on hand and on shipboard 628 16649 762
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-The arrivals cf this grade
of Cot on shew a alight increase, having been about
608 bales of Sea Rs.ands and Floridas, against 328
bales the week before. The demand h ia been mo?
derate but prices have been woU sustained, tho
transactions amounting to about 250 tales, among
which we note the following sales, fay of Sea Is?
lands, 9 at 48, - 6 at 60, 6 at 60, 5 at 62, 2 at 65,9 at
70.15 at 75. 4 at 90.1 at $1, 4 at $1.16, 3 at $1.30; of
Floridas, 5 at 40. 24 at 43, ll at 46, 20 at 50. We
quote stained and badly piepared ilorilas at 16@25;
inlerlor and common at 27@35; fair,40@46; good,
60@55; fine, 60?66, and choice and e:.tra qualities,
70@80. f ea Islands, Inferior and common, 46@50;
medium, 65@65; fair to good, 70@8O; fine, 85@$1,
and extra flue and choice, $firstname.lastname@example.org \, lb.
RICE-Ihe arrivals of this grain during the we ;k
have been light and amount to some 10,000 I ushols
of Carolina Rough Rico. The Northen market he.v
ing stiffened and, in somo cases, had their limited
supplies of Carolina Rico withdrawn from market,
together with much firmness on the part of factors
here, has given a steadily improving character to
prices, and the limited supplies which have been
placed on the market by sellers have been readily
taken at hardening rates. The transactions have
amounted to some 600 tierces of Carolina Clean,
among which we note the following sales, say 15
tierces at 9c. lb. ; 125 do. at 9%c.; U do. at 9%c. ;
175 do. at9%c.;68do. at9%c; 21 do. at9%c. f, lb.,
and 25 tierces at 10c. f, lb. Wo quote inferior to
fair, 8%@9c f, lb.; good, 9%?9%c; common
prime, 9}_@l0c. f, lb.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts amount to some
400 bbls. Rosin and 110 bbls. Spirits Turpentine. We
note tales of No. 1 Rosin at $2.50 fi bbl ; No. 2 at
$2, and No. S at $1.90 f, bbl. Spirits Turpentine
sold at 46c. fi gallon.
HAY.-There has been received abtut 800 bales ot
North River qualities and near 400 bales of Eastern,
Some 200 bales of Northern were sold from the
wharf at $1.40 fi hundred, and 380 bales of Eastern
at $1.66 fi hundred.
CORN.-The arrivals ot this article continue mod?
erate, principally from Georgia and Tennessee by
rail, part of which goes through to New York. Thia
quality of the article is selling at $1.2 i? 1.25 fi bush?
el, weight, sacks included. There las been no re?
ceipts or transactions in Maryland or North Caroliua
OATS.-The arrivals have been v :ry limited, and
the transactions have been in a retail way to supply
the local trade.
FLOOR.-The market is amply supplied with
Northern aud Western brands, wh.ch are sold at
about the quotations of the week before, say $11 f,
bbl. for Northern and Western Super, S11.75@12 fi
bbl. for Extra, and $13@11 f, bbl. for Family,
Southern qualities are in very Ught supply, and sell
at $12 fi bbl for Super, $13 f> bbl. for Extra, and
tU f> bbl. for Farnily. Camp3en's City Mills Fami?
ly is selling at $14.25 f> bbL There is more inquiry
for Middling, which is held at $8.60(3)9.60 f, bbl.
BACON.-The market is more active and prices
firmer. Prime Western Shoulders :nay be quoted at
12%@ 13 cents f> lb. ; Primo Western Ribbed Sides
at 14 cents f> lb.; and Prime Western Clear Ribbed
Sides at 14}, cents f> lb. Sound aad bright second
quality Meat sells at 10?11 cts. fi b. for Shoulders,
11@13 tor Sides, and 11(114 cent* for Ham?. Prime
Strips may be quoted at 15}, ents.
SALT.-Holders from store are asking $email@example.com
INDIA BAGGING.-The demand continues quite
moderate.. We quote largo loti at 21@23 cents
cash, and higher rates whon sold on time. New
York tunny Cloth is held at 22@:4o. Dundee Bag?
ging, 44 inches, 1% flss, to the yud, is held at 30
@35 centB. Sea Island Bagging, 45 Inches wide,
2 lbs. to the yard, is held at 60? 63 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the use of Iron Ties,
the demand for Rope is very Ught and prices irregu
lor, and somewhat nominal at quotations. Wo quot?
Hemp at 8@12 cents f> lb.; Greenleaf at 12@13
cents, and Jute at 8%@9 cents <B ??.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for Cotton are coming
into use, and DILLON'S Universal fie, WM. ROACH,
Agent, thc- Arrow Tie, R. MURE k Co., Agents, the
BEARD'S Tie, GEORGE W. WILLIAMS k Co., Agents,
and tho WATLEX Buckle Tie, STBEET BROTHERS J
Co.. Agents, and GOOLD k MOINTTRE'S Tie, WILLIS I
CHISOLK, Agents, and the FASSMAN'S Tie, B. M. BUT?
LER, Agent, are offered in this market at 10?l0>?
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is some in?
crease in the stock of limber. We quote River
Flooring Boards at S13 fi M.; Scantling and Plank
$10@12 fl M.; Timbor of shipping and good Mill
qualities there is a linn.od supply, which ia held
at SIUTi 12 fl M. Common is selling at S6@? fi M.
and Citv sawed Lumber at $205,-5 fl M.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool, by steam, nominal;
by sail, ll lCd. on Upland and - on Sea Islands. To
Harre, lfcc. fl ft., on Upland, and 2c. on Sea
Islands. To the West'lndies somo little offering at $7
@$8 gold fl M on Lumber, tor north side of Cuba, and
$9@$10 $ M, gold, for south side, with the privi?
lege of changing ports. Coastwise-To New
York, by steam, %c fl ft. on Uplands, and lJic.
on Sea Islands; $2 25 ? tierce on Rice. By
sail, >?@*?c. fl ft. on Cotton, and Sl@l 25 #
tierce on Bice. To Boston by steam, lc. fl ft.
on Cottcn and - fl tierce on Rico; by sail J?c.
fl ft. on Cotton. To i hiladelphia, ??e. fl ft.
Upland CottoD, by steam, and -c. fl ft. by sail. To
Ballimore, by steam, &c. fl ft. on Cotton, and$l 75 fi
berco on Rice. Tho Ral timor? and Charleston Steam?
ship Company take Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
S1.50 fl 100 lbs. : Rice 65c. fl 100 lbs. To Louis?
ville, Cotton, SI.70 fl 100 lbs.; Rice 75c. fl 100 lbs.
To St. Louis, Cotton, $2.10 fl 103 lbs.; Rice 85c.
fl 100 fts. These steamers take froight through to
Philadelphia. On Lumber, by sail, to New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, at $C(g)7 V M., and on
Timber $9@10 r M. nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yeste rday
was 150 for sixty days' biUs.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Tho banks are purchasing
Sight Checks on New York at y3 off. They are not
purchasing at present beyond sight bills. They
aro selling Sight Checks at par.
GOLD.-Tho brokers wero yesterday buying al
39>i and selling at 40J?@4T.
AUGU-TA, January 22.-COTTON.-A better feel?
ing pervaded the market to-day, 16c being the price
for Middling this morning, and this evening closed
at about 16>?c. Low grades sre unsaleable, except
at nominal rates. Sales 664 bales. Receipts 394
CORN-Growing scarce; we quote $1 lOal 15.
OATS-Scarce, at $126.
WILMINGTON, January 22.-TURPENTINE-Has
declined CalO eta in price, and the sales to-day reach
800 bbls, at S3 lor soft and SI 80 for hard, fl 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-;ales of only 32 bbls, at 48
ctn fi gallon.
ROBIN-The market rules inactivo, and we quote
the sale ot only 23 bbls No2 at SI 87
TAB-Market steady. Sales of ICO bbls at SI 90
COTTON-Sales of 75 bales at 14>ial4& eta for good
ordinary to low middling, and 14V cte for middling.
SALT-A cargo of 490u bushels Alum, received a
few days pince from Turk's Island, sold at 21,:; cts
TIMBER-Three rafts sold at S5 50; S6a6 50 for in?
ferior and ordinary.
Yew Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, January 18 -COTTON-The eales
to-day amounted tb 6100 bales, at irregular prices,
showing an advance of 2?al >4 per pound. We now
quote Ordinary at 14al4>?c; Good Ordinary at
I5)?al6c; Low Middling at 16<-4'alG??c; Middling 17a
I7>4c ; Strict Middling at 17>?al7*ic, and Uood Mid?
The market opened with a very good demand, and
although (actors asked higher prices, predicated on
the advance reported at Liverpool, and tho anticipa?
tion that light receipts and thu discouraging pros?
pects will cause a further improvement, yet the
movement continued active throughout the day,
with the result noted above. There was considera?
ble diversity of opinion with rogard to quotations,
parties who bad operated freo y differing >4o>?c
some quoting Low Middling at lCJ^alG^c, others at
?e^al?^c, and others at Ki\'al7c. This conflict of
opinion is partly owing to difference in classification,
but may be chiefly ascribed to tho irregularity ot the
market, and its ruling lato in the day at higher rates
than at the commencement. The upward tendency
was increased by the competition among buyers
and the moderate supply, wh'ch more than counter?
balanced the disadvantage of a decline of about ono
per cent in foreign exchange.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
-Hock on hand September 1st, 18C7.bales-15,250
Arrived to-day. 1,408
Cleared to-day. 9,254
Clo ired previously.245,3G9-254,623
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 102,232
BALTIMORE, January 20.-COFFEE-The market
continues quiet, and prices of Rio nominally un?
changed. No sales to-day worthy of note.
COTTON-Was in active demand to-day, chiefly for
export Sales /bot up 630 bah s; included were 260
bales at 16>-4e for Good Ordinary, 16>4c for Low Mid
dlinc, and I6?4c lor Middling; 77 bales Good Ordi?
nary at 15%c; 51 bales Low Middling at 16c; 125
bales barely Middling at lG?Xe. Receipts Satur?
day and to-day were 385 bales fr. m Nortolk, 161
bales (rom Wilmingtou, and 446 from Savanuah
total 982 bales.
FLOUR-Was quiet to-day; onlv Rales ?'ported
were 100 bbls Howard-stroet Super at $9 60; 150 bbls
do Cut ix: ra, $9 75. Holders gen-PtUy firm.
GRAIN-Wheat waa acareo to-dft) ; cffenngs 400
bushels white and 1300 bushels red; Included in tho
sales were 2800 bushels primo Southern red S3; 100
do medium $2 70; no primo or choice Southern red
o acred; red still quoted $2 8JJ2 85 ; 300 bushels u e
oluui Maryland S2 60; 35 ? bushell prime Pennsylva?
nia S2 60; 100 bushels common $2 35. Corn,-3200
bushels white and 12,000 bushels yellow received;
2300 bushels damp white sold at prices ranging, as to
condition, (rom SI 05 to 110; 150 bushels prime dry
SI IC. Of yellow, sales G600 bushels at SI 15; 3GCG
bushels do at SI 12al 14; 60U bus- els damp at SI 10;
626 do at SI 05 ; 2600 bushels Western mixed, deliv?
ered at Po'nt, at $116; 6000 bushels do do at SI 17.
Oats-1760 bushels offered, with sales ol 2200 b.ishols
at 76c, and 1260 do at 73c, as to quality. Bj e-Re?
ceipts; no sales; quote SI 60 al 62 offered.
MOLASSES-Notting doing in the article that wo
can learn; prices nominally, as before quoted.
PROVISIONS-Tho demand ii um tho south for Ba?
con is quite i risk and prices steady at Ile for Shoul?
der, 12>JC for rib Sides, and 13c for clear rib. Horns
aro quoted at 17ol8 cts, latter (or best sugar-cured.
Mess Pork is quiet; jobbing at S23 for now Western,
bulk Meats are firm at 9>4'c for Shoulders, packed lu
hlids, and9c loose; rib Sides 10>?c. Lard lb>^al3^c,
as to quality.
RICE-Carotina is lu good request and prices firm.
Wo quote from t?J?" to 10&o. as to quality; a sale to?
day of 23 tes on jin vate terms.
New York Market.
The New York Evening Post, of Monday, January
20lh, says :
Gold is dimer to-duy Tho lending rate is Ga7 per
cent Tho transactions are not large, and the market
Tho loan market ia quiet at G per cent Commer?
cial bills are sc.irco, and pass at 7u9. Thc bank
statement indicates a rapid movement in the direc?
tion of greater ease. The averages show au increase
in deposits of no less tlian eleven millions during
the last week, while toe loans huve boen increased
b> no moro than $2,863,205. Ibe specie has in?
creased $3,969,011, and the reserve of legal tender
NEW YORK, January 20.-FLOUR ic-The market
for Western and Sta e Flour ls a little moro active,
and thc low grades close strong-thc demand in part
speculative Medium and high grades are irregular,
though at the close there is a bettor dem ind.
Tile sales are 18500 bbl? at $? GUuy 10 for super
fine State; $9 50il0 foe Inferior etti and river
extra; $10 25al0 65 for ox tra State; $10 77all 26 for
taney State; $9 SOulO 25 for the low grades of Spring
Western Extra; $10 40all 50 tor good to choice
Spring Wheat extras; $9 75a 1U GO tor shipping Ohio;
$10 T6eJ.fi for trade and family do; $11 20al2 60 for
umber Winter Wheat extra Indiana and Michigan;
$13 VMS for White Wheat do do, and $12 70alG
for St Louis Extras.
Buckwheat flour is better at $3 75a4 25 per 100 lbs.
Califoru? i flour ii steady. Sales ot 500 bags at
$12 25al3 50.
Southern flour is unchanged.
Sales of 300 bbls at $9 GOall 15 for ordinary to
good extra Ballimore and country; $11 GOalS 10 for
extra and femily Georgia aud Virginia, and $11 85a
15 50 for extra cud family .\ arvlaudand Delaware.
Oats opeued steady but closed rather dull. Tho
sales aro 35,000 UUNUCIH Pennsylvania atK2c; Ohio
and Western at 85,'aa8Gc; Jersey and Southern at
Ryo is quiet. Thc sales are 1500 bushels Southern
at SI 69al 72.
Corn is better under the more favorable news from
Europe aud (airly activo. The luqniry is good. In
part for export and alto for investment. The scarci?
ty of freight room checks business.
Ihc sa.es aro 50,000 bushels new aud mixed West?
ern at $127al 30, deliverer1; old do $1 3?al 3G>i, in
store; Jersey yellow at $1 22al 22>i, on tho pier;
Southern white at $1 28al 32, tho lader for very
choice; and straw colored and white Tennessee $1 25
PEOVIBIONS-Pork continues dull and prices weak,
closing rather in buyer's favor.
The sales, cash and rey ul ar are 750 bbls at $20 65
for old mess, $21 43?a2160 for new do.
For future delivery we note 1250 bbls new mess,
seller February, at $21 37?a21 50.
Beel is firm and fairly active. Sales of 400 bbls
at ?Hals 5J for plain mess, and $17a20 50 for extra
Tierce Beef is quiet, the scarcity of freight room
preventing free operations on the part of shippers.
Beef hams aro qutet at about former figures.
Cut meats are dull and nominal. 1
Bacon is atoady, bat without much activity. Sales
of 150 boxes at 10?c for Cumberland cut, and ll?c
f< r short rib.
Dressed hogs ate higher. We quote at 9a9?c for
western, and 9?al0c for sity.
Lard is in but moderate demand, principally from
refiners. Holders, however, are not offering freely,
and ask previous rates.
Sales ol 650 bMs and tes at 12?al3cforNo 1; 13a
13?c for eity ; 13?al3?c forfuir to prime Bteam, and
13?c 'or small lots very choice.
COFFEE-Business in coffee is only moderate, but
all grades ard stronger, and holders seem confident
of an advance.
COTTON-Tho market is firm, but not quito as
active, owing to scarcity of freight room to liver?
pool. We quote :
Upland. Florida. Mobile.
Ordinary.14? ll* 15?
Low Middling.. 16? 16? 16?
Middling.17? 17? 18
Uood Middling.18 18? 18?
GUNNIES-Are dull. We quote at 17?c for bags
and 19al9?c for cloth.
HAT-Tue receipts have been limited, and with an
active demand prices havo advanced and close firm
at SI 20 for shipping, and 91 30al 65 ior retail lots.
HOPS-Are firm and in good demand for home
consumption. We quote at from 20a45a65c, as to
growth and quality.
MOLASSES-ls steady for most grades, but the bus!
ness is only moderate.
RICE-Is quiet. Holders of Carolina ore finn at
(?UOAB.-Raw sugars are m good demand, and
prices are firm at ll?all?c for fair to good refining;
lljfc for strictly good do, and 12ol2?c for No 12
Box. .Refined oro firmer, at 16?c for hards.
WHISKEY.-The market is quiet at 30 in bond.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool 50 tons provisions at
27s 6da32s 6d, and by steamer 1500 bales cotton at
11s lGda!3s 4d, 50 bales Sea Inland do at ld, 150 boxes
bacon at 45s, 100 tea beef at 8s, 150 bbls pork at 6s,
and 3609 boxes cheese at 60s.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
Dundee. 30 @ 65
Gunny Cloth. 21 ? 23
BALE ROPE, f, lb-Manilla. 24 ? 25
Western. 08 ? 12?
New York. - @
Ju c. 8?@ 09
BREAD, fi ft
Navy. 7 ? 8
Pilot. 9 @ ll
Crackers. 12 ? 15
BRICKS, ? M. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAN, f, 100 lbs. S3 ? -
COTTON, f lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 13?@ 16
Low Middling. 16?S> 15?
Middling to Strict Middling. 16 @ 16?
Good Middling. - @ -
Sea Island. 35 @ 1.30
CANDLES, f, ft-Sperm. 28 ? -
Adamantine. 32 @ 23
Tallow. 19 @ 20
COFFEE, f, ft-Rio. 22 ? 26
Laguayra. 2h ? 35
Java. 35 ? 40
CORDAGE, f, ft-Manilla. - ? -
Tarred American. 26 @ 28
CORN HEAL, fi bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL. f, ton-Anthracite. 9.50 ?10.00
COFFER, 33 ft-Sheet.I 68 @ 60
Peruvian Guano, 13 ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, $ ?000 lbs. 75.00 @ -
Pheonix Guano. 56.00 @ -
Baugh's Phosphate, f 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate, f 2000 fte... 65.00 ? -
Mapes'SuporPhosphate, 13 2000 ft 65.00 @ -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate. 65.DO ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. CC.00 ? -
Woolston'* Phosphate of Lime..- 65.09 ? -
FISH- Cod, 13 100 tts. 7.00 @ 9.00
Herring, 13 box. 40 @ 60
Mackerel, No. 1, ? half bbl.10.50 @11.00
Mackerel, No. 2,13 half bbl. 9.00 @ -
Mackerel, No. 3, 13 bbl.. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kite. 2.75 ? -
No. 2. - <a -
No. 3. - ? -
Sardines, f 100-quarter boxes.. 23 ? 25
Half boxes 48 ? 60
FLOUR, 13 bbl-Supor.11.00 ? -
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?12.50
Baltimore Extra.13.00 @ -
Southern-Super.(12.00 @ ..
Extra.13.00 ? ..
Family.14.00 @ -
F?f/rr^-Prunes, 9 ft. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. - ? -
Almonds, soft sholl. 85 ? 40
Raisins, M. lt., 13 box. 4.00 ? 6.00
Raisins, Layer. 6.00 @ 5.50
Oranges. - @ -
Lemons, 13 box.10.00 ?17.00
GLASS, f, box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.60
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, f bushel. 88 ? 90
Western Oats, 13 bushel. - ? -
Corn, 13 bushel. 1.20 ?1.35
Beans, 13 bushel.I 2.00 u 3.00
HAY, 13 cwt.-North River.| 1.40 ? 1.60
Eastern.I 1.65 ? 1.60
HIDES-Mrs, 13 ft. 10 .<* 12
INDIGO-13 ft. 1.00 ? 1.75
IRON- Refined, 13 ft. 06?? 06
Swede. 08 (a) 09
LATHS, fi M. 4.CO ? 4.50
LIME- Shell, 13 bbl. - ? -
South Carolina. 1.60 ? -
Rockport.j 2.00 ? 2.25
Cement. 2.76 ? 3.50
Plaster Paris. j 4.00 ? .60
CUMBER, 13 M. teet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.|50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.38.10 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, 13 M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?16.00
Grooved and lou?ued_ 28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, f ft. - ? -
MOLASSES, 13 gallon-Cuba. 46 @ 60
Muscovado. 55 ? 65
Sugar House. 50 ? 1.00
New Orleans. 75 ? 82
NAVAL STORES, 13 bbl-Tar.... _ ? _
Pitch.I - ? _
Rosin, Palo. - ? -
Rosin, No. 1.:?. 2.60 ? -
Rosin, No. 2. 2.00 @ -
Rosin, No. 3. 1.90 . i -
Suint? Turueutmv, fl ?allon. 45 ? -
OJiUin. * io. 16 (m -
NAILS-Amorican, 4@2Ud, 13 keg.. 5.50 ?7.00
American Wrought. - ? _
Lathing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, 13 ft. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 ? 15
Ol LS-Lard, 13 call?n. 1.86 ? 1.40
Linseed, 13 gallon. 1.20 ?1.30
Sperm, Winter, 13 gallon. 2.76 ? 3.00
Cotton Seed, f, gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. I.), 13 gallon.| 3.00 ? -
Olive, 13 dozen.I 8.00 ?10.Ou
Kerosene, "S gallon. 62 ? 54
Hcnzlno, 13 cobon.I 60 ral -
ROnSIONS-Beat, mess, 13 bbl./24.00 ?26.00
Hool, primo.114.00 ?15.00
1'ork, mess. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - ? _i?
Bacon, Hams, f lb. 18 <g> 21
Bacon, Sides. 14 ? 14?
Bacon, Shoulders. 12?fib 13
Bacon, Strips. 15?? _v
Lard, in keg. 12?? 15
Butter. 40 ? CO
Cheese. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, 13 bbl. 4.00 ? 6.00
Onions.I 6.00 ? -
Apples. 0.00 ? 8.00
PAINTS-White Lead, 13 ft. 10 ? 16
Black Lead. 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.I 12 ? 16
PLOW STEEL, 13 ft 12 ? -
RICE-Carolina, 13 ft. 8?? 10
East India. - ? -
SLA TES-American, 13 square.12.50 ? -
SHINGLES, 13 M. 7.00 ? 8.10
White Pine, first quaUty. 12.00 ? -
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, 13 sack.. 1.70 ?1.80
Liverpool, fine. - ut, -
SOAP- Bar, f, ft. ll ? 15
STARCH, 13 ft. 10 ? 12
SPICES, 13 lb-Cassia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1.75 ? -
Cloves. 76 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.60
Pepper. 40 @ -
Pimento. ... 40 ? 60
Race Ginger. 30 ? -
SPIRITS, fi gallon-Alcohol. 6.0U @ 6.00
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3. ?0 @ 3.75
Ghi, Holland. 4.76 ? 6.00
Gin, American. 3.60 ? 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E. 2.50 ? 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 ? 5.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUGAR, fi ft-Raw. 13 ? 15
Crushed. 18 ? 19
Clarified A.t.... 17 (oj 18
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. 16?? 17
Loaf. 18 (? 19
Porto Rico. 14 ? 15
Muscovar1'. 13 ? i?
SUGARS-Dom'icmanu'ture,13M. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, f, lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.60
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.50
Hyson. 1.50 ? 1.60
Young Uyaon. 1.50 ? 1.60
Black. 1.00 ? 1.76
TOBACCO, f ft, os per quality.... 40 ? 1.50
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Y.Pone.. 4.00 ?12.00
ABh. _ (jj -
Poplar. - ? _
Hickory. _ ? _
TIN-I C Roofing Plato.16.00 ? -
IX Roofing Plato.17.00 ? -
J C Tin Plato', 10x14.15.60 ? -
?x J"* Flato 10x14.17.00 ? -
IC Tin Plato, 14x20.1G.60 ? -
Block Tin, 13 ft. 40 ? -
TMKLVE-Cotton, 13 ft. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? _
Hemp. 45 ? -
_Ju,J. 60 ?
VARNISH- Bright, 13 gallon. 25 ?
Parafine. _ ? _
VINEGAR-Vfhite Wine, 13 gallon'. 60 ?
Cider. 30 ? -
French. l.OO ? 1.25
rr/AS, f, gallon-Port. 2.50 ? 6.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 ? 5.00
Claret, 13 case. 6.00 ?13.50
Chompagne, 13 basket. 25.00 ?30.00
Comparative Exporte of Cotton, from
tbc Port ot Charleston.
Othor British Ports.
Total to Great Britain..
Other French Ports,
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
South of Europe.
Weet Indies, ic..
Total Foreign Ports.
Bhode Island, kc.
Baltimore and Norfolk_
New Orleans, &c.
Other United States Ports.
Total to Coastwise Ports,
Exports of Klee, Narai Stores and Lum>
ber from the Port of Charleston, from
September 1, 1867, to January ?3,1868.
Hartford, Conn ...
Wilmington, N. C.
New Orleans .
Sagua La Grande.
St Johns, N B_
N. 6TORE8.1 LUMBER.
Market Report and Quotation Sheet for
Bonds, Stocks and Bank Bills, for
Week ending January ?3, 1868.
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad St., Charleston, S. C.
SOUTHERN BANE BILLS.
Bank of Camden.IB@00
Bank of Charleston.17@0?
Bank of Chester.07@00
Bank of Georgetown.<?8@Q0
Bank of Hamburg.10000
Bank of Newberry.20? 00
Bank of South CaroUna.08@00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861.10? 00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, arter 1st Jan., '81. .01@0u
Commercial Bank. Columbia.01? 00
Exchango Bank, Columbia.07@00
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.05? 00
People's Bank, Charleston.30? 00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.... ;.05? 00
Planter's and Mechanic's Bank, Charleston... ,17?00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston.20@25
State Bank, Charleston.01?00
Onion Bank, Charleston.70? 00
City of Charleston Change Bills.8r?00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes..75?00
BONDS. STOCK AND COUPONS.
Georgia State Coupons.80? 00
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old).72? 75
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cont, (now).76@80
Memphis Coupons, City.40?0?
Memphis Bonds, City.35?10
City of Columbia Bonds.26@0J
City of Columbia Coupons.15?20
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock..24>;?J4?i
South Carolina Railroad Six Per Cent. Uouds..46@C0
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent. B'ds.62?i>4
South Carolina lt. B.Certiiicate of Ind'dness. ..48?00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.31?00
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtedness.80?00
Olly of Charleston Eire Loan Bonds.50@PO
State of South Carolina Bonds (old).31?00
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue of
January 1,1867. 26@27
State of tiouth Carolina Stock.25?U0
State of South Carolina Coupons.24?00
People's National Bank Stock.90?00
First National Bank Stock.90?00
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.50?65
Northeastern Railroad 1st Coupons (past due).,40@00
Northeastern R.B. Certificate ol Indebtedness.3S?00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.
Charleston City Railway Stock.40?46
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonus
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (1st
interest of 2d hen).10? 00
City of Savannah Bonds.GU? ol
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to
1st June, 1866).90@00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st June,
1866). .95? 00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.73?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.. .92?00
Monoy brings 2& por cent, a month on first-class
Any information tn relation to Bonds, Stocks,
Coupons, or Bank Rills, wUl be furnished by ap
plication, either in person or by letter, to tbe Broker
above named, at No. 8 Brood-street.
Consignees per South Carolina itallroad,
1059 bales Cotton, 106 bales Mdzo, 668 ba&- Grain,
100 bbls Rosin. 118 casks Clay, 1 car Cattle, Ac To
E H Rodgers k Co, Graeser, Leo, Smith & Co, W W
Smith, W B Williams, Adams, Frost & Co, G H Wal?
ter k Co, Marshall, Burge k Bowen, H Blatte k Co,
Howard Je Bio, R B Agent, T Carogher, Sprague &
Bro, H Gerdts & Co, G W Williams k Co, R Mure k
Co, Courtenay A Trenholm, J k T B Agnew, Utsey ti
Kenyon, J M Caldwell k Sons, Hart ti Co, F A Saw?
yer, J H Holmes, G W Clark & Co, J O Aiken k Co,
C Froneberger, H L Jeffers & Co, J H Ottendorf, J B
E Sloan, Johnston, Crows & Co, G W Witte, L Lo?
rentz, M Israel, BolJman Bros, Willis k Chisolm, and
Per steamer Fannie, from havannah via Beaufort,
&e-LI Barnes, C F Prince, C U Cooper, W Muller,
John Ercb, Col C J Colcock, Col E M Seabrook, J
Seabrook, Burke, and 8 deck.
Per steamer st Helena, from Edlsto and Rockville
Mrs Wm Whaley, Miss Lou McKee, Lieut Johnson,
Rev Wm Johnson, E Eddings, H McKee, O P Fitz
simons, E Baily, U Baily, E X Legare, Maj Whaley,
S Howe, W Jones, - L'errio, and 30 deck.
PHASES OP THE MOON.
First Quarter, 2d, 10 hours, 54 minutes, evening.
Full Moon, 9th, 5 hours. 45 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 16tb, ll hours, 55 minutes, morning.
Now Moon, 24th, 2 hours, 10 minutes, evening.
RISES. I SETS.
7.. 3 i
7.. 2 I
Port of Charleston, January t?4.
Steamship Patapsco, Neff, New York-3 days. Hay,
To J ? T Getty, and thc U S Quartermaster.
Steamer Fannie, Peck. Savannah, via Beaufort,
Bluffton, kc. 13 bales Cotton and Sundries. To J
Ferguson, W B Williams, S G Courtenay, E H Barn?
well, W G Holmos, G Foll?n, Gen R O Tyler, South?
ern Express Cu.
Steamer St Helens, Boyle, Edifto and Rockville.
13 bags S I Cotton, 33 bags Seed, and Sundries. To
Jno H Murray, Jno Colcock ?lc Co, W P Dowling &
Co, Rooer & Stoney, G H Hoppock, (i W Clark k Co,
Gen Scott, Hopkins, McPherson & Co, J Small k Co.
Sehr Louisa Ancrum, from Cooper River. J60O
bushols Rough Riee. To S L toward 4: Bro.
Sloop Julia Silva, Cooper River. 1200 bush Rough
Rice. To Thurston k Hohnes.
Steamship Moneka, Shackford, New York-Jno k
Tbeo Getty. , . .
Sjian brig Fortuna, Palma, Majorca and a market
W P Hall.
Steamship Moneka, Shackford, New York.
Sehr Seguin, Call, Savannah.
Sehr Constitution, Alden, Key West
Sailed for this Port.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stuart, from Liverpool, Jan 4.
From this Port.
Steamship Port au Pnnco, Jackson, New York, Jan
The sehr : Jellie Bowers, from this port for Boston,
was al; ProTlncetown, Jan 18.
MST UP VESSELS
UP, PLEASED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Missouri, Edwards, cleared.Jan 1
The Magdala, Coghill, sailed.Dec 9
Tho Gorilla, Jones, cleared.Bec 28
Ship R C v7.ntb.rop, Stuart, sailed.Jan 2
The Hope, ?ancoclr, cleared......Jan 2
Barl: C A J mes,-, up.Nov 15
The Sabine , Martin, sailed.NOT 28
The Sophie, Muller, sailed.Bec 28
Sehr May Munroe, Munroe, np.Jan 10
Brig Cyclone,-, up.Jan 8
Sehr A E Cranmer, Cranmer, cleared.Jan 17
Steamship Patapsco, Neff, cleared.Jan 18
Seor Lilly, Frauds, cleared.. Jan 14
Sehr C E Raymond, Higgins, up.Dec 81
Sehr N E Clark, Clark, cleared.Jan 18
Sehr Clara Montgomery, borden, up.Jan 17
Sehr A H Edwards, Bartlett, cleared.Jan 8
Sehr E B Naylor, Naylor, cleared..Jan
Sehr Wa tau ga, Munroe, cleared...Jan lt
Sehr Maggie McNeill, Snow, up.Dec 28
LIST OF SHIPPING
In Port of Charleston, Jan. 23,1868.
VE8SSELS ITV nj'. lt 100 TONS, AND ST KAMEE 9 COASTTNO
WITHIN THE 6TATE EXCEPTED.
Manhattan, 1337 tons. Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
for New York, loading-Courtenay A Trenholm
Miami, 1064 ions, McLaughlin, at Atlantic wharf,
for New york, loading-Jno A Theo Getty.
Alliance, 42G lons, Kelly, at Accommodation wharf,
for Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A Co.
Falcon, 672 tons, Reed, at Union wharf, for Balti?
more, loading-Courtenay A Trenholm.
Patapsco, - tons, Neff, at Southern wharf, irom New
Fork, discharging-J A T Getty.
Elizabeth Hiunllton, 864 tons, White, at Atlantic
wharf, fot- Liverpool, ready-Patterson & Stock.
John Fjfe, 711 tons, Luce, at Atlantic wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-Willis A Chlsohu.
Alexander McNeil, 707 tons, Andrews, at Union wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W Roach.
KJ eilest* dt (Nor), 626 tons, Werge, at Boyeo A Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-R T Walker.
Skjold (Nor), 672 tons, Albrechtsen, at Atlantic
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-G A Hopley A
Amie, 628 tons. Reed, at Vanderhorst's wharf, for Liv
erpcol, loading-Rsventl A Co.
Constan da (Span), - tons, Oliver, at Brown A Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Yberica (Spn), 161 tons tons, Guri, at Kerr's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading-W P HalL
Henry Laurens, 117 tone, Borden, at Union wharf,
for Cienfuegos, waiting-Risley & Creighton.
Open Sea, 174 tons, Coombs, in the Stream, for
Cul?, ready-J A Enslow A Co.
Tangent, - tons, Rich, at Marshall's wharf, for
Went Indies, loading-J A Enslow A Co.
Fortuna (Span), 196 tona, Palma, at Brown A Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, ready-W P Halb
Morey (Span), 230 tons, Vid al, at Brown A Co's wharf,
for Barcelona, loading-W P HalL
Josie A Devereaux, 390 tone, Clark, at Brown A Co's
whirf, for Boston, loading-Street Bros A Co.
Am eric us, - tons, Terry, at Union wharf, for New
Fork, put bock in distress-T Tupper A Sons.
Shiloh, 270 tons, Hubbard, at N E Railroad waarf,
tor Cie.i fuegos, loading-P P Locke.
Hartsnno (3-masted), 631 tons, Horn, at Kerr's
wi:art, for Havre, loading-Risley A Creighton.
Josepb Allen, - tons. Kelso, at Marshall's wharf, for
Wi st Indie., loading-J A Enslow A Co.
Yanken Blade, 136 tons, Coombs, at Central wharf,
for West Indies, loading-H F Baker A Co.
Vapor, 310 tons, Bogart, at Adger's wharf, for New
York, ready-W Roach.
Richard Vaux, 246 tons, Whitaker, in Ashley River,
for Baltimore, loading--H F Baker A Co.
J W Hull. 218 tons, Powell, at N E Railroad wharf,
for Baltimore, loading-H F Baker A Co.
E H Farber, 3 8 tons, Cobb, at Brown A Co's wharf,
for Boston, ready-M Goldsmith A Son.
Maria Lunt, lu5 tons, Tracy, at Brown A Co's wharf,
for Georgetown, S C, ready-Risley A Creighton.
D B Warner, 270 tons, Horton, at Adger's wharf, for
Ntw Xork, loading-W Hoach.
N W S Tilth, 290 tons, Tookor, at Brown A Co's wharf
foi Providence, loading-W Roach.
Mary Ilunrce, 224 tons, at Brown A Co's wharf, from
Matanzas, discharging- W P HalL
NO. 1 L.1CILOU LICENSES.
APPLICATIONS FOR NO. 1 LIQUOR LICENSES
must be filed in this office by the 13th in?
stant " W. H. SMITH,
Jam tary 8 Clerk of Conn eil.
NOTICE TO PEDLARS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
JANUARY 16, 1868. I
ALL ANNUAL LICENSES FOR PEDDLING TN
tbe streets and thoroughfares of Charleston ex?
pired on 31st day of December last. Applications
lor re ?ewals must be made immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Jan aary 20 6 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE CHIEF OF CITY DETECTIVES, 1
J ANT AB Y 17TH, 1868. J
TH'S PUBLIC ARE Br QUESTED TO PLACE
u wu their COPPER PUMPS some private mark,
in oriior that they may be identified when stolen and
recovered by the City Detectives, as numbers of
coppt r pumps are recovered by the Detectives, but
none can be identified.
H. W. HENDRICKS,
1st Lieutenant and Chief of City Detectives.
Jar nary 17
NOTICE TO AUCTIONEERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
CHARLESTON, November 26,1867. J
AIL AUCTION LICENSES EXPIRED FIRST
OCTOBER last. Those who failed to renew
at th it time are not considered as having a License,
and i onsequently are no Auctioneers.
W. H. SMITH,
Nc rember 27 Clerk of Council.
OFFICE OF CITY TREASURER, 1
CHARLESTON, S. C., 3d January, 1868. J
HOLDliRS OF COUPONS OF THE FIRE LOAN
BONDS of tho City ol Charleston, aro noti
ued .hat those duo on the 1st instant will be paid on
presmtatiou at thu First National Bank in this city.
S. THOMAS, City Treasurer.
Ja mary 3
IO IEQULATE THE STORAGE OF PETROLEUM, ITS
'DODUCTH, AND OTHER INFLAMMABLE OILS.
SEC. I. Be it ordained bu the Mayor and Aldermen
tn City Council assembled, That irom and after the
15 rb day of June next, it shall not be lawful to keep
Petroleum, Kerosene, Roek Oil, Benzine, Benzole,
or ii ly oilier Inflammable oil or oils on storage or
for tale in any cellar, store or building south of Line.
Streit, in a largor quantity than fifty gallons on any
otte lot or premises, and any such quantity so kept
qr a-?red shall be contained in vessels of tin or other
&BO, 2. That Petroleum, its products, or any other
Infli mmabie oil or oils, when brought i ato thc city
bj 1 ind or water, may bo kept on any lol or in any
bm) ding in which cotton is not stored, t'or a period
not exceedin..; twenty-four hours, upon the expira?
tion ot which timi'il shall be removed and kept in
thc manner as required by the foregoing section:
S te, 3. Any person or persons violat?ig,any part
ul 'his Ordinance shall be subject toa line of two
hui dred dollars, for each offence, recoverable in any
Coe rt ot'eoupctcut Jurisdiction.
Ratified in City Council this twenty-first day of
A ay. Iii the year ot our Lord oue thousand eight
buudred and ?lxty-sovon.
rL.S.l p- c- GAILLARD, Mayor.
V H. SMITH, Clerk of council. June 6
TO PBOVTDE FOB THE LIQUIDATION OF THE INTHR
1ST ON THE DEBT OF THE CITY, WHICH ACCRUED
C N THE THIRTIETH DAY OF SEPTEMBER LAST.
I* IT ORDAINED BY THE MAYOR AND
ii ALDERMEN in City Council assembled, That
for the purpose of liqmdating the interest on the
public debt ol the city, which accruad on the thirti
etx day ol September last, six per cent stock, obli?
gatory on the corporation ot the City of Charleston,
sh il be issued under the direction of the Mayor, to
tin persons holdiug stocks or six per cent bonds of
tin city, and entitled to receive the interest ac
cn ed thereon at tbe time above stated, the said
sti ck to bear interest alter the rate of six per cent
pa . annum, payable quarterly, redeemable in thirty
ye;xs rrom date: Provided, That no part of said
ste ck snail be issued for any sum less than twenty
do lars, or for any tractional part of a dollar: Pro
viced, also, that ail sums for less than twenty dol?
lars, and for fractional parts of a dollar, shall be
pa d in city buls.
??EC. 2. That the fi.rm of certif?cate, and mode
ol xausfer of said stock shall be subject to the samo
regulations as now exist in i elation to other city six
po : cent, stocks of the city.
R1 tiffed in City Council this twenty-second day of
October, in the year or our Lord one thousand
:ight hundred and sixty-seven.
[LS.] P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
V. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council October 26
IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEW13EBRY C. H.,
at $3 per annum, and, having ti large circu?
la ion through oh the upper and lower Districts of
tb 3 State, a fiords great advantages to Advertisers.
Rates for advertising very reasonable-for which
at ply to our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, at the Mills
House, THOS. F. A R. H. GRENEKER,
January 2 Editors and Proprietors.
HAKLE?TO V CITIf RAILWAY COM.
OFFICE CHABLE8T0N CITY RAILWAY CO., )
CORNEE I (BOAS ANS EAST BAY STREETS, V
CIIABIXSTON, Bo. CA., January 1st, 1868. j
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave Upper Terminus I Loare Lower Terminus
A 7.30 A.M., ami at inter-1 at 8 A.M., and at ?nter
rala of ten (10) minutes vals of ton (10) minutes
luring tho dar till the f during the day till 9 P.
ast tripattj.3?P.M. j M.
N.H.-Leave'ie Battery on each hour from 8 A.
M., to7 P.M. Every other trip from the old Post
Leave Lower Terminus
at 8.07 AM., and at Inter?
vals of fifteen (16) minutes
during tho day tul 9P.M.
Leave Upper Terminus
it 7.30 A.M., and at inter?
vals of flfteeo (1.6) minutes
during the dey till 8.16
N.B.-Leave the Pottery thirty-seven (37) minutes
oast each hour. Every other trip from the old Post
Leave Upper Terminus Leave the Low tr Termi
?n 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.30 A.M., and at
vals of twenty (20) min- intervals of. twenty (30)
utee till Three (3) o'cloclr minutes till 8.80 P.M.,
P. M., when the in terr a,' when thc interval is every
Ls every ten (10) minute* ten (10) minutes till 7.80
Hil 7.00 P. M. P. M.
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery, until 6.20 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Poetomce.
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and at inter- at 9.37 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every fifteen (16, vals of every fifteen (16)
minutes till 12 o'clock M., minutes till 12,87 P.M.,
when the interval is oven- when the Interval is every
thirty (30) minutes tit: thirty (30) minutes till
6.46 P.M. VM P.M.
N.B.-All the tripe are to the Battery, until 6.37 P.
M. The last trip of each car to the old Postofflce.
9. W. RAMSAY,
January 22 Secretary and Treasurer.
SAVANNAH AND CHARLESTON RAIL?
GENERAT, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, )
SAVANNAH A CHARLESTON RiTT.mun, >
CHARLESTON, December 31,1867. )
OS AND AFTER .TANUARY 1 THE TRAINS
on the Savannah And Charleston Railroad will
run as follows :
Trains leave Charleston on Mondays, Wednesdays
and Fridays, at 9 A M., arriving at Coosawhatchlo
at 3.80 P. M.
Returning, leave CooBawhatchie on Tuesdays,
Thurtiays and Saturdays, at 7 A, IL, arriving at
Chi minston at 1.30 P. M.
There is steam comm anica ti on between the Com?
pany') wharf, at the foot of Mill-street, and the Bail,
road .'Depot on the west side of the Ashley River.
JOHN S. BYAN,
January 1 General Superintendent.
C-ENEltAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE,I
CHABLEOTOK, S. C., January 1,186a t
THE PASSEN UER TRAINS ON THE NORTH?
EASTERN KATI ROAD will run dairy as fol?
Leave Charleston.9.00 A.M.
Arrive at Florence.2.80 P. M.
Leave Florence.8.45 A. M.
Arrive at Charleetan.2.30 P. M.
These Trains corine :t with tho Trains of the Wil?
mington and Mancher ter Railroad going North and
coming South, and with the Trains of the Cheraw
and Darlington Railroad. ti. ti. SOLOMONS,
January 1 Engineer and Superintendent.
GREENVILLE AND COLUMBIA RAIL?
ON AND AFTER FRIDAY, DECEMBER 6TB
Passenger Trail ts will run duly, Sundays ex?
cepted, as follows :
Leave Columbia at.7.00 A.M.
Leave Alston at.S66 A. M.
Leave Newberry at..10.36 A. M.
Arrive at Abbeville at. 3.30 P. M.
Arrive at Anderson at.6.16 P. M.
Arrive at Greenville at.6.00 P. M.
Leave Greenville at. 6.00 A. M.
Leave Anderson at.6.45 A. M.
Leave Abbeville at. 8.45 A M.
Leave Newoerry at.L26 P. M.
Arrive at Alston at. 3.00 P. M.
Arrive at Columbia at.6.00 P. M.
Trains on the Blue Ridge Railroad will alto run
daily, Sundays excepted, connecting with the up and
donn Trains on the Greenville and Columbia 'Rail?
road, as follows :
Leave Anderson at.6.20 P. M.
Leave Pendleton at.6.20 P. M.
Arrive at Walhalla at.8.00 P. M.
Leave Walhalla at.4.00 A. M.
Leave Pendleton at.6.40 A. M.
Arrive at Anderson at.6.40 A M.
The Train will return from Belton to Anderson on
Monday and Friday Mornings.
JAMES O. MEREDITH,
January 6 General Superintendent
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA
SUPERINTEND!: NT'S OFFICE, )
COLUMBIA, S. C., October 6, 1867. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6TH THE TRAINS
over this Boee, win run as follows:
Leave Columbia at.1.40 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte nt.9.40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte at..2.56 A M.
Arrive at Columbia:,t.9.40 A M.
Making cloie connection for all points North and
South, as follows:
Leave Columbia.1.40 P. M.
Leave Charlotte.10.00 P. M.
Leave Greensboro'.6.16 A. M.
Arrive Richmond. .4.46 P. M.
Leave Richmond.9.46 P. M.
A: T? ve Washington.&I6 A M.
Arrive Baltimore....9.10A M.'
Arrive Philadelphia.1.32 P. M.
Arrive New York..6.10 P. M.
January 6 Superintendent.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CHABLHTON, ti. C., October 3, 1867. J
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6, 1867, THE PAS?
SENGER TRAINS on the South Carolina Rail?
road will run as follows, viz :
Leave Charleston.10.40 A. M.
Arrive at Augusta.7.40 P. M.
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta.6.50 A. M.
Leave Augusta.3.40 A M.
Arrive at Charleston.12.20 P. M.
Leave Augusts.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A M.
The 7.30 P. M. T.-sin from Charleston, and the 4.10
P. M. Train from Augusta, will not run on Sundays.
Leave Charleston.4.30 A M.
Arrive at Columbi*.1.10 P. M.
[.eave Charleston.6.40 P. M.
Vrrive at Columba..6.00 A. M.
Leave Columbia.10.00 A. M.
Lrrive at Charleston.7.06 P. M.
L*ave Columbia.3.00 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.3.20 A. M.
The 5.40 P. M. Train from Charleston, and the 3.00
?. M. Train from Columbia, will not run on Sun
'.eave Ringville.12.05 P. M.
Lrri\ e at Camden.2.40 P. M.
.cave Camden.8.30 A. M.
irrive at Ringville.11.10 A. M.
These Trains wi? only run on Mondays, Wedna*.
liys and Saturdays.
CHARLESXON AND SUMMERVILLE.
?"or Summerville.4.30 A M.
Tor Charleston.1.28 A M.
'or Summerville.10.40 A. M.
.or Charleston.2.08 A M.
tor Summerville.3.40 P. M.
for Charleston.5.36 A. M.
tor Summerville.6.40 P. M.
tor Charleston.7.10 A M.
tor Summerville.7.30 P. M.
tor Charleston.10.69 A M.
H. T. P1?AKE,
January 1 General Superintendent
DIE CHARLESTON KR LEITUNG
JOHN A WAGEN ER, ED noa.
fT*DEB THE ABOVE HEAD THE UNDER
U SIGNED prc pose to publish a German Weekly
?aper, to be thc organ of the German lxipnlarioa,
ad devoted to the interests of this State, ia enlar?
ging Immigration and Industrial Pursuits,
Literature, Agriculture, Commerce, Arts and
irsde, will be represented In its columns, and tba
lews of the day will he given.
General JOHN A WAGENEB has kindly consent
d to i .dertake the editorial management for the
Subscription- 53 for Twelve Months; $1.60 for
lix Months; SI for Three Months.
Advertisements Ins art ed on liberal terms.
C. G. LRCKMANN & 00..
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