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THE DAILY NEWS.
BT CHABLIS KD* OBLEY.
The world goes up and tbe world goes down,
And Oie sunshine tb lows tba r In.
And jester ay's sneer and yesterday's frown
Can never romo over agata,
Ko, never come over again.
For womm is warm though man be cold.
And night will hallow the day,
Till the heart which at eve'n was weary and old
Can rise In the morn'ng gay.
To its work tu the morning gay.
CONTENTION HELD BY AUTHOKTTY OF THE
BcCONSTBUCTION LAWS OF CONGRESS,
TO F SAME A STATE CONSTITUTION
FOB SOUTH CABOLINA.
The convention wont to work yesterday in
earnest. The journal was scarcely read before
the Bill of Bights, with its forty-three sections.
?as taken up. Seven wore adopted, but not
without a debate whi?b indicated how closely
certain eyes ware ecrutinizing the meaning and
effect of every syllable and sentence, even to
the punctuation points. In these encounters
the lawyers have rather the vantage ground,
and labor to good purpose in checkmating the
somewhat reckless moves of those who are not
experienced in legal affairs, and the manner of
employing phraseology that does not express
more than is meant.
An attempt will probably be made to-day to
meet at an earlier hour. Two sessions a day
were proposed yesterday, but Mr. F. J. Moses
properly argued that if the convention expects
to do its work well, it must do it deliberately,
and to this end, time for mutual consideration,
outside of the influences and heat and haste of
debate, should be allowed. Four hours a day
is such serious labor as that involved in the
upsetting of one government to build another,
is surely enough, and eleven dollars per diem,
even in bills receivable, is not too small a com?
PBOCEEDINQ8 OF THE CONTENTION.
The Convention assembled at 12 M. Praver
bj Bev. E. P. Smith, of New York. The roll
was called and journal read.
The convention proceeded to the considera
. tion of the special order for twelve o'clock,
Lamely, the repoit of the Committee on the j
Bil of Bights.
B. (j. Duncan, of Newberry, moved to strike
ont from the first section the words "boru free
and equal," BO that it would read "all men are
endowed by theo- Creator," tc. =
He said that until a man beoamo of age he
certainly was not free; consequently the state?
ment was not true, and bo wished to see noth?
ing in the constitution that was not hterally
. J. J. Wright replied that the language might
not be hterally true, but rf the gentleman from
Newberry- was a philosopher, or knew anything
?bout moral philosophy, he would recognize
the fact that all men were undoubtedly born
free and equal, and possessed of certain in?
Hr. Duncan said he agreed that all mes
should have equal rights. It was only the pe?
culiar phraseology to which he objected.
Th? words "born free and equal ' were ?Tong.
B. F. Randolph wondered how anybody
could question the phrase. Physiologically
apeakinir, mea were not- bom free and eqnaL
Some are tall, others short; some have good
sense, others have not; some are born with big
feet, others have little leet; but the founders
of the government underatoi d that, in a politi?
cal sense, all men were indeed free and equal,
and endowed with certain privileges which they
are to enjoy.
G. 0. Bowen offered the following amendment
as a substitute: "AU men are norn equally
free and Independent, and have certain natural
inherent and inalienable rig..ts."
B. F. Whittomore said he would like to ask
the mover of the above how people are born
independent. All men are boru free and equal
politically, and, whatever may be the aspira?
tions or qualifications of individuals, they are
entitled to the privileges enjoyed in common.
6. Lee moved to lay the amendments on the
table, and the motion being agreed to, the
? question A*ecurred in passing the first section
to its thud reading, and it was decided in the
aectiou2 was read, on motion of B. 0.
Denoan, modified verbally, and passed to its
Section S. B. 0. Duncan offered as a substi?
tute the ioho wing :
"Ali political power is originally vested in
and derived from tho people, and all free gov?
ernments are founded on their authority and
inaututed for their peace, safety and bappi
J. F. Whittemore oontended that the amend
ment changed the enture character of the sec-1
tion. which declared the right of the people at
ali times to modify their form of government.
A motion was made to lay the amendment on
the table, whereupon the President explained
that such a course was unparliamentary unless
it was designed to ^arry with it the original
proposition. The pithier way to get rid cf an
amendment was to vote it down.
Mr. Duncan urged that as the idea was
already expressed in the Bill of Bights, its
repetition was unnecessary.
C. C Bowen favored the amendment. He
. said that it was upon the identical phraseology
ot section 8 that the discussion and difficul?
ty aro*e which led to the war, and he saw
no object in perpetuating it in the forthcoming
oonatitution. lt was known as the States
Bights clause, characterized as such, and, in
nearly all of the constitutions lately formed,
has been left out.
J. H. Jenks considered the section as it stood
revolutionary. No clause ought to exist in the
constitution upon which can be raised a ques?
tion os to the paramount authority of the Unit?
A. J. Bansier (colored) said the Bill of Bigh ts
expressed and embodied this idea. The right
of secession was denied in toto. The section
In question simply provided that the people
may at will modify and change their form of j
Further discussion followed at some length,
and the amendments being voted down, section
8 passed to its third reading.
On motion of F. J. Moses, Jr., the vote on
Section 2 was reconsidered, for the purpose of
making the following Substitute, which, after
debate, was agreed to : "Slavery shall not ex?
ist in thia State, neither thal I involuntary
servitude, except as a punishment tor crime,
whereof the party shall have been duly con?
Section 4 was read and passed to its third
reading without objection.
Soo tion 5 was amended, on motion of G. Pills- '
- bury, by the insertion of the word "shall" as a
substitute for "ought to," so as to make it
read that "alt attempts to dissolve the Union
shall be resisted," ic.
Discussion ensued on an amendment by F.
J. Hoses, substituting the words "disconnect
from" for the word "dissolve," but the motion
was not agreed to.
Sections 5 and 6 then passed to a third
C. C. Bowen moved to strike out the section
7 on the ground of superfluity, and after
considerable debate the motion was agreed to.
Section 7 was passed.
Section 8 was also the subject of consid?
erable debate, pending which the convontion
Tbe Savannah Riot.
The Savannah Republican gives the follow?
ing particulars of the riot which took place in
Savannah cn Tuesday last:
About four o'clock General Robert Anderson,
Chief of Police, was informed that the meet?
ing waa being held in an unfinished building
on New street, opposite the Central Railroad
Depot, and inmediately reported the fact to
Mayor Anderson. Accompanied by Lieuten?
ants Wi ay, Howard and Bed, Sargeants Moran
and Slaven, the General went to the meeting.
The building was crowed with negroes, who
were stowed away in every conceivable place,
the joice and windows affording perches for
some, while others clung to the rafters. Out?
side the building a dense crowd filled the
streets, complete.y blocking the p issace way.
It is estimated that from 1500 to 2000 negroes
were present. General Anderson and Lieuten?
ant wray entered the place where MOBBS H.
Bentley, the colored delegate to the conven?
tion was delivering a noisy harangue, and it
took but few words to satisfy tbom as to tbe
political character of the gathering. Ontaido
mounted on a block of wood, tho negro Eden,
stood, with a. long hand bill in bis bands from
which ho was attempiug to read somothing to
the crowd ot blicks who surrounded him. He
wo s once arrested for a violation ol General
Orders Ko. 23, in holding a political nu eting
without having notified tho proper authorities.
As Gent ral Anderson came out of the build?
ing to collect his small force, to make some
show of power, in order that the command to
disperse might be rendered effective, Lieuten?
ant Wray inf rmed him that he had seen a
negro man in the crowd brandishing a pistol
ana calling on the people to resist, telling them
to "shoot the damned pouce." Sergeant Sla?
ven was at once ordered to arrest hun. The
negro resisted violently, but the sergeant
struggled manfully, and hold tight to bis
prisoner. On ail sides the rapidly augmenting
crowd commenced to surge and sway, violent
hands were laid on the officer, stones and
brickbats werothrown. and in a moment tho
sharp crack 1 crack ! of pial?la was heard. Ser?
geant Slaven took tue man across the street,
and lodged him safely in ono of tho buildings
of the Central Railroad Company. The polico
officers drew their pistols and commenced
firing. Lieutenant Howard was about to arrest
a rio ou8 negro when a volley of bricks was
thrown at him, strikinc him in all parts of the
body. One of the missiles struck him in the
head, inflicting a deep gash, several inches in
length, directly over the right eye, and knock?
ing bim from his horse. He arose immediately,
and ha.f-stunncd by the loree of the blow,
mada hie way into the depot, where bis wound
was dressed by Dr. Reed. His pistol was
knocked oat of his hand, and was afterwards
found in the hands of a negto, with two of the
Just as Lieutenant Howard was wounded, a
negro m tho crowd who was near Lieutenant
Bell, raised a pistol aud deliberately tired at
that officer. The ball entei ed the fleshy part
of the letr, inflictin r a severe wound. At the
same time he was struck back of tho bead with
a briok, and feeling faint WP a compelled to dis?
mount, and wau taken home in a cart. Dr.
Bulloch was called to his assistance, and ex?
tracted the ball; and when wo heard from the
Lieutenant late last evening, he wai doing as
well as could be expected. .
Mounted ou then* horses, the officers were
excellent targets for the shots and stones de?
livered b.7 the crowd of rioters. General An?
derson was struck a number of times, as weie
tho other officers, but no serious wounds wero
indicted. Sergeant Moran attempted to arrest
a negro named William Wallace, who fought
like a tiger. Other negroes attacked and beat
the Serg^an?, who delivered numberless
trenchant blows in return. Once he attempted
to shoot Wallace, finding matters growing
desperate, and with tho muzzle of his pistol
close to the negroe's mouth he pulled the
trigger, but tho cap snapped without explod?
ing the oharge. Hu finally dragged his prisoner
into tho depot buildinea and secured him.
While strut's ling with Wallace, Sergeant Mo?
ran was stabbed in the head with a knife.
These warehouses were turned into impromptu
guardhouses, and all prisoners taken wert
The combat was short, sharp and deehive.
It was fierce while it lasted, but tho end soon
arrived. The officers fought nobly-five or sb
men against two thousand 1 The odds wen
tearful, bnt victory rests not always with tho
largest numbers. Heretofore, at all meetings,
a police loree has been in attendance, and bail
the proper notification been given in this in?
stance, such would have been the caso yester?
day, and no infraction of tho public peaco
would probably ?have occurred. But the im?
mense crowd doubtless thought they could
I make short work ol' the ft?? or six men whs
j were attempting to disperse them; but they
reckoned without their host. Lieutenant Wray
struck a nosro ou the head with tho butt of his
pistol and broke the weapon off short, leavin r
the barrel in his hand. General Anderson hal
gone np to the place, in a buggy, which he gave
in charge of Police Gelston-tue latter, eager
for the fray, deputized a colored man to take
charge of the horse and boggy. This person,
whose name was Marshall, jumped in the
huggy and drove off. As be left three pistol
shots and a volley of brickbats were sent altor
him, striking the horso and breaking one of
the shahs of the buggy.
For several minutes brickbats in the air were
thick as leaves in Valiambrosa. Crowds of
people repaired to the scene of the battle, and
the neighboring windows and house-tops
swarmed with spectators. Frightened ladies
and children, terrified ny tho sound of tie
firing, nought refuge, while men hastened for?
worn to aid the ponce. Tho employees of the
Central Railroad Company rend . red echoic nt
service to the turee, although without arms of
any kind. They guarued prisoners, ano help, d
to make several capt ires. About titty shits
were fired during tuo engagement, which lsst
; ed but a few minutes. A?.er the return of the
force to the barracks an examination was made,
and it was found that sateen shots had boen
discharged by tue police. The first firing was
done by tao negro rioters.
The courage of tho valiant two tb.ous.ind
soon oozed out. They found that they bad
mote to do than tn cy expected, and when u
reinforcement of police came in sight they
scattered like leaves before an autumn wind.
In a moment the building was cleared of every
living soul, and running nke sheep tuey crowd?
ed down West Broad-street; o iii ora rushed out
towards tbe canal, wm ie a no tuer portion took
a back track through Margaret-street, lue
police pursued to the river and canal, and then
abandoned tbe chase, having entirely cleiued
the ground, of which tkuy remained masters.
-Clever and well recommended saleswomen
in Berlin get fifty dollars a year and board,
-Neither of the four English field manihals
just appointed is under eignty years of aga.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postofaoe at
Charleston, far the **ek ending FEBUARY 6, 1868,
and printed officially in TUB DAIXY NSW?, US the
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of Charleston :
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state that they are "Advertised."
SST Office hours tro... 8 A. M. to 8 P. M. O a Sun?
days, (rom 5 to 8 P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Poetmi lier.
Albergottle, Sell- Hare, Mary P Nelson, Lion M
na Hay, Mis* V Newton, Hrs J
Armstrong, Miss baynes. Cather- Newmao, Anna
M J ine O
Arbon, Mrs E Haye?, Annie Oleus, Mrs M E
Ay les, liaxy E Henry, Mrs CL P
B Bnason, Mrs J U Parker, Mrs B A
Baiter, Mrs Ho t, Mrs D Patterson. Flora
Ballot, Emilia Hoyes, Miss M Paul. Mis 3 J R
Benet, Miss F J Hoyt, Jul.a D Parker, s??ah E
Black. Mrs H | Holley, Mrs M Parsons, Miss H
Blacknauo, Miss Hoffman, Miss L Parrv, Susan
L J Pinckney, Miss
Boora, Elisabeth Jenkins, Mrs W D
Bog a, Miss L B Powell, Illa
B rae, ivir? D Jones, Bose Pryer, Miss R
Burley, Mrs M Johnson, Sholett Pierce, L lien M
Burns, Miss C B Johnson, Mary P?oleau, Mrs W
burke, Jamos M H
hy th wo ad, Roso Johnson. Mrs Ml B.
Brown, Sarah Johnst 'n.Fanuio Roberson, Mar
Brown, Mrs Y John, Mrs R gret
C Joy LOT, Mrs M P Bocinson, Jane
Cannon, Jane H K Bobertscn, Miss
C Kenny, Mary C M
Calvert, Belle Kennedy, Julia Byan, Miss M S
Carsten, Miss M Ee ley, Uartha ii
C Kumlah, Mi sea S-pro'dt, MaryE
Cambplle, Mrs E AU Schieffdiu, Mrs
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Ann E scanlon. Mary
Oooiier. Mrs Lucas, Mary H Schmidt, Mrs R
Con on, Mrs 0 Lockwood, Mrs Shaw, Vary E
Corn salions, Misa AM W
. B. Eoyd, Mrs O Slisllo, ??usan E
Corcoran, Mrs J Ll tie, Mrs M J Si ves, Mrs D
Cross, Mrs I ann ea , Mrs L Slraklar, Mi-a E
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Lewan, M ss B Maynard, Mr j H Smith, Miss P
Dodds, Mrs B'gt W Smith, Mrs S F
Doogan, Miss E Miybonck, Ann T
M L Taylor, Jane
Dunn, Julia A Main, Emily Torren s Miss J
Dunn, Mary Meoory, Bo e - hornby, Mrs C
m Milne, Mies E C Thiehng, Mit.a
Edwards, Mrs Ls V
J Middleton.Mrs A Yan tin;. Annie
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Entelma n, Beta Moody, Mrs S A W. sr, Hrs M
F Mood. Mary White Mrs J M
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Finley, Mri T Mi 1er, LLxbbeth Whitney, Sarah I
Flood, Sarah Myer, Mrs ? A M
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Frunasn, Amelia Macdonald, Mis W
O 3 Withers, Mrs M
Osrett, Mits 0 Mn ern a: ale, Mis? O
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Glover, Mrs ED ME Wriabt, Miss J
Goings, MrsR McEo*>iel, Mrs Williams, susey
Graham, Miss F WT WHUama, Mrs A
B McMiller, Mrs J Wash ngtou, Mrs
Grant. Emma N D
Gugnot, Julia [Newbald, Miss C Walker, Miss E
Green, Rosa |.
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AJmar. ML H hpp
Alston, WE Harper, J E k Petiinclll, C H
Ai ibby, Thomas Co Pinkney, Andrew
A'lhton, Harry H ?ri >w, James Pinckney, Wm E
B Harris. M H Poinclimon. C
Riker.Dr. Bonna Harding, Wm Polite, Bobert
B.*con, Thomas Hacker, James Purtiss, O D
Birf?man, U Hauser. Wm H ft
? ilboiiB. Thomas Hamilton, B Quinn, B
Biiley, E V Haney, John R
Bair, Samuel Hart, B a Bevel, Mathew
Beatty, John Hamel, Louis Reeve', Wm E
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Mending. WaUs Harvey 4 Diver Jamos
Barrero, Gatane Harriott, E 8 Richardson, Wm
Hollar, Samuel tendery, Willie T
BoingB, Rev E L Higgins, Francis Roberts, Caskey
Borton, Fratk Hu.idell, Benj A ?fe Co
Brands, C W Housman, WU- Roberts, 6 C
Hence, Philip W ham Robinson k Tor
0 Houston k Mur- birt
llroadloot. David ray Rodera, Juan
Browne, Henry C Holmes, Wm B Rosaellman, Pe
Urown, Joseph Honan, TE ter
(CoPd) Horton, A C Rouse,William R
Butler Monia Hoffman, A J Ross, Lieut R W
Buhrme, W Hodge, G P Bogers, J B
Butler, J K Hudson, Jossph uoblnBon, f har
burk, ASA I lleS
Buck, H tverson k Son Ross, Morgan J
C J 8
CaUioun, W Ra- .tcksoa, Winiam Sanders, Joseph
mon Jcrvey, R R (ool'd)
CampbeU, Sam- Jenkins, James Schulze, Johann
uel Jeffords, Thomas Wilhelm
Cappel, Jacob Jones. John Mo Scharfer, F
Carter, C k Co Johannes, J F abrader, L J H ?
Christian, Peter J' nea, John H Schroeder, J E
Clayton k Son Jones, A bobby, R N
Clausen, John Johnson, Paul Mmons, J Hume
clarie, Col Wm Johnson,Andrew Sieling F
Penn K Simons, Jno A
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Ooughlin, Law- ii inri oh C
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Collins, Lnke Klindtwort, Smack, Gilbert
Collings, William Claus Smith, William R
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Conner, Daniel Rooster, Geo k Smith, J H
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Coggins, Michael li Stafford, H R
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Davis, Neptune Lee, J F ?tenle, E
Denis, Charles Leahy, John Sweeney, James
Deas, Mingo Leahy, CM R
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C Lucas, Wi Ulam P *
Dunning, ELA Lucas, Geo thomas,C B
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Doyle, Franklin Frank W
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E Mehrtens, Chris- Warren, G C
Eding, G topher Wadi in, Luke
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Fabian, H Middleton, H Wa?es, John
FeepbB, Samuel Mingas. John A Washington, Bo
Feu drix. Edward Middleton, Step- son
Fisher, E G ney (ool'd) Walls, Rev
Flaker, Albert Moluvlua, Hin- Welch, James F
Fleming, John rich Weber, Char i es
Fludd, Edward Morrissey, P WPUS, Thomas S
Flanagan, Mr Mailor.y. Thomas WeLe, J S
Footman, James Murray, N H Wead, Robert L
Francis, John A Murphy, J D Welsman,Charles
Fraser, Paris D Murray, Jo:.n Winthrop, Thom
Fray st r. John Meyer, M as
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Germen, Henry S Whaley, Dr. Wm
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Gordon. John Nesbit, R D
Gordon, T B Csoouan, Thimity WU.lams, G A
Goodman, Henry U WUiiams, A J
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hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without the stamp a letter
cannot bo malled, but will be sent to the Dead Letter
Office. February 7
Exporta for thc Week ending Thursday,
LIVERPOOL-Per Norwegian bark KJelleatadt-167
bags ^ I and 883 balea Upland Cotton. 133 bags
Cotton Seed, 71 nols Rosin, 100 White Oak
S ta TBS..Per bark Alexander McNeill-360
balee S I aud 3101 bales UpLnd Cotton.Per
Norwegian bark Skjjld-17 baga S I and 1169
boles Upland Colton.
MAJORCA AND A MARKET-Per Spanish bark
CoustancL-476 bales Upland Cotton, 128 bbls
BARCELONA AND A MARKET-Per Spaniah brig
Morey-813 boles Upland Cotton, 60 bbli Roam.
BARCELONA-Por apanUh bark Y b?rica-335 bales
PROVIDENCE R I-Per sehr N W Smith-616 bales
NEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-40 tierces
Rice, 100 ba?s Soed Rico, 8S3 bales Upland Col?
ton, 35 bundles Paper,-tl0 bales Domo-tics and
Yarna, 3116 bushels Corn, 101 packages Sun?
dries..Per steamship Saragossa-lau tierces
Rio?, lt 8 baga S I and 871 balee Upland Cotton,
37 balsa Y .?ru, IG Packages, ldu empty Barrel".
.Per steamship E B .-ondur-io bags n
I Cotton, 1068 balea Upland Cotton, 60 tes Rice,
16 bj Icu Leather, and sundry Packages.Per
steam sh ip champion-31 baga SI and 1061 bales
Upland Colton, 81 tierces Rice, 2000 bushels
Corn, 103 bales Domestics and Yarns, 13 robs
Leather, 18 bbl* Potatoes, 6 bbls Eggs, and Sun?
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-208 tierces
Rice, 620 bales Upland Colton, 22 bales Yarn. 12
bads Hides. 860 bushels Peas, 6 bbls Fruit, 6000
feet Plank, 8 bales Skins, 178 Hides, 73 Packages
.Per sehr John W Hall-148,820 feet Lum?
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
pTOB THE WXXX ENDINO THURSDAY, JTEBBCABT 6, 1808.]
CoTION.-At the beginning of the week prices
for this article were quite finn, but the rates in other
markets having taken a downward turn, the staple
here had s declining tendency, and quotations re?
ceded from ?@?e. 9 fis, but tho operations at
these figures were quite limited, factors in many
cases refusing to sell at the lower terms tendered by
purchasers, and at the cl oso the market bsd taken a
stiffer attitude, in consequence of better intelligence
from the leading marta. The arrival of Sea Island
and Floridas have been very moderato, but the re?
ceipts of Uplanda continue to a fair extent, the sup?
plies of the former tor the week having been 301
bales, and of Uplands 11,886, against 72 bales of the
former and 9928 of the hitter for the week before, and
937 bales of the former and 4736 of the hitter for the
corresponding week laet year. The quotations at tho
controlling points have been aa follows during the
week: Liverpool opened at 7?d., falling to 7?d.,
and stiffened to 7?d. to 7?d. for Miduling Upland;
at New York the rates began at 19c, improved to
19?c, and receded to 19c. $ lb. for New York Mid?
dling, closing yesterday at l9?c ; and in this market
Middling Upland began at 17?@T7?c, went up to
T7?o., and receded to 17c. 9 ft. for Middling Up?
land, closing yesterday at -. The following is a re?
port of eales and prices In this market for tho week
just cloted :
On Friday, January 31st, there was a steady and
good demand, with hardening rates, prices improv?
ing during the dar about ?c. %t lb.; sales 1100 bales,
Ordinaay to Good Ordinary being quoted at 15?
16?. Low Middling at 17, Middling at 17?@17?,
and Strict Middling at 18c. f) ft
On Saturday there was a fair pemand, the rates
remaining without important change ; sales 800
bales ; Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quoted at
16?lax. Low Middling at 17?, Middling at 17?,
and Strict Middling at 18c. ? ft.
On Monday the market waa dull, buyers offering
lower prices, which, in some instances, were accept?
ed to the extent of Xe. $ ft. decline ; sales about 350
bales ; Ordinary to Good Ordinary being quoted at
15@16?, Low Middling at 17. Middling a'. 17?, and
Strict Midd Ung at 18c. $ ft.
On Tuesday, under receding rates in other mar?
kets, the article was dull, and prices declined ?c.
$ ft.; sales 608 bales ; Ordinary to Good Ordinary
being quoted at H?@15?, Low Middling at 16?@
MX, Middling at 17, and Strict Middling at 17?c.
On Wednesday stormy weather kept buyers out of
the market, a-- d the transactions were quite limited,
but generally at prices in favor of purchasers, thc
article showing an easier tendency, but tho opera?
tions were not sufficiently extensive rates. Previous
rates were continued in most ca es somewhat nomi?
nally, say : 14?(g)15?o. for Ordinary to Good Ordi?
nary; 16al6?c. for Low Middling; 17c foT Middling,
and 17?c. ?? lb.for Strict Middling Colton.
Yesterday the market waa aciivo, and prices im?
proved ?@?c. 9 ft. Sales near 1500 bales, viz :
39 at 14?; 18 at 14?; 43 at 15; 6 at 15?; 26 at 16?;
16 at 16?; 116 at 16; 28 at 16?; 12 at 16?; 28 at 16?;
1T1 at 17; 441 st 17J?; ll* at ny,; 52 at 17#; 127 ot
17?; c. ; and 106 on private terms.
We quote :
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.16 @16K
Low Middling.17 @17tf
Striot Middling.18 @
o'. Itl'd. Upl'd. Ric*.
Stock on hand Kept. 1,1867. 182 810 18?
Becoived this week. 801 11886 630
Received previously. 6693 146785 11760
6176 168481 12660
Experta- S. It'd. Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 658 8638 326
Previously. 4611 129123 9673
5069 137761 11999
Total exports and consumption.. 5069 137761 11999
Stock on hand and on shipboard 1107 20720 501
SAME TIME LAST THAR. *
S. rid. Upl'd. Rice.
Stock on hand Sept. 1, 1866. 236 6300 _
Received this weeic. 937 4736 446
Received previously. 6868 82704 58S7
7640 92739 6332
Exports- & /'d Up'd. Rice.
This week.. 944 6915 308
Previously. 5975 72366 6225 '
6919 79270 5533
Total exports.,. 6919 79270 5533
Stock on hand and on shipboard r.21 14369 799
SEA IBLAKD Conon.-The arrivals of Sea Mandi
and Floridas have ben light, and there has been
well sustained demand for all qualities, but particu?
larly for the lower and medium quahtte s, these last
descriptions showing the most decided improvement
The business of the week has been restricted by tho
light stock aud the firm views of factors, sud have
amounted to some 260 bales, of which 160 were Caro?
linas and 200 Floridas) of all q aoli t.ai, and we note tho
following sales, esy, of Sss Islands. 19 st 66; 2 st 66;
26 st 60; 5 at 70; 19 st 76; 16 at BO; 4 st 99; 20 at $1;
at $1 25, and 7 bales extra choice at $2 $ lb. ; of Flo?
ridas, 4 st 36; 2 st ?8; 20 at 40; 12 at 43; 20 st 48; 31
si 50; 15 at 65; 40 st 80; 10 at 65; 20 at 70; 10 at 75.
We quote stained and badly prepared Floridas, ut 15
@J6; common qualities at?0@87; medium ak 45?a
66; fine at 60?70, and extra fine and shoice at 75?
86. Sea Islands msy be quoted at 50(g) 66 for Infe?
rior, 60^85 for Fair to Good; 75c.@$l 00 for fine,
and $110@1 40 and upwar ls for Exlra Flue and
choice lots. The Florida crop ls generally supposed
to be nearly all in markst, and the receipts of Sea
Islands have nearly terminated. Planters in many
cases find lt impossible to secure funds to carry o
the planting for the coming year, and will be unable
to raise a crop.
RICE.-This grain continues to arrive bi light sup
ply, and has boen about 7000 bushels of Carolina
Rougb Rles for the week. The article continues very
firm nuder a very light offering stock and light rc
ceipts. The transactions have been about 600 tes. of
Carolina clean for the week, and we note the following
sales, say 29 tes. st 9jtfo.fl lb ; 37 do. at 9 J< c. ; 187 tes
at 10c. ; 132 at l?>? ; 95 do. st 10 c. fl lb. We quote in!
ferior to fair clean Carolina at 9)?@9jtfc. f> lb; good
do. at 10?10>?C ; and common prims at I0j?c. $ tb.
NAVAL STORES.-Tho arrivals have been light,
aud amount to about 850 bbls. Rosin and 100 bbls
Spirits Turpentine. We note sales of Ko. 1 Rosin at
S2 60 ft bbl ; No. 2 st $2@2 26. A lot of pale Rosin
ls held at rates above the viewi of buyers. Spirit H
Turpentine sold at 46@47c. $ gallon.
HAT.-The arrivals during the week have amount?
ed to about 600 bales North Diver, and 640 bales of
Eastern qualities. The demand ls almost entirely of
local character, ami Ia confined to a great extent to
retail lots. About 40 bales ot Eastern was sold from
the wharf st $160 per hundred. We quote in limit?
ed lots, North Riv.r from $1 40? 160, and Eastern at
$1 60? i 65 9 hundred.
CORN.-In consequence of decreasing supplies per
rall, and advancing prices ia the Interior, this grain
has an upward tendency, and tbe rates have harden?
ed daring the Week. We quote Tennessee and Geor?
gia descript ona at $1.U5? 1.40 pi r bushel, weight,
bags included. Some 2000 bushels of Maryland
came to hand per steamer, a part of which was sold at
$1.45 per bushel, weight
OATS.-Some limited shipments to dealers have
come to hand which was intended for the retail
trade. We learn of no wholesulo transactions.
? LOUR.-The stock of Northern and Western
qualities continues fair, and with a modoirte In?
quiry prices during the weok have continued with?
out important alteration say : for North ern and West?
ern Suptr $11 fl bbl.; Extra at SI 1.75? 12 $ bb!
and Family at $1S?14 ? bbl. There has been
moderate receipts of Baltimore grade.'1, which arc
offered st $11@12 fl bbl. for Super, and $13 fl bbl.
for Extra. Southern descriptions are quoted some?
what norn nally, as there la no stock, at $email@example.com
fl bbl. Super, 513?13.50 tor Extra, and $H@H.50 fl
bbl. for Family. CAMFSEN'S City Mills Family is
selling at $14 60 fl bbl. Tbere is a fair demand for
Northern Middling, which is held at $firstname.lastname@example.org f>
BACON.-There has been an improved inquiry,
and prices are quite firm, the stock of many kinds
being very low. Prime Western Shoulders may bc
quoted at 12>i cents fi lb. ; Prime Western Ribbed
sides at 14 cents fl lb. ; and Prime Western Clear
Ribbed Sides st 14)? cents fl lb. Bright sccoud
quality Meat sells at 10(3)11 cents fl tb. for Should?
ers; 11@13 ior bides, and lita 14 cent? for Ham
Prime Sugar-cured Strips may be quoted kt 16 cents.
Ext! a Sugar-cured Barns are offered at 18 cents fl lb.
SALT.-Holders from store are asking $1.G0@1.80
INDIA BAGGING.-The demand continues quite
moaorate. We quote large lots at 2l@23 cents
cash, and higher rates when sold on ame. New
york o anny Cloth is held at 22@24c. Dundee Bag?
ging, 44 inches, 1>? tts. to tho yard, is held at 30
@35 cents. Sea Island Bigging, 15 niches wide,
2 Tbs. to the yard, is held at 60?O6 cents.
ROPE.-In consequence of the usc of Iron Ties,
the demand for Rope is very light snd prices irrceu
lar, and somewhat nominal at quotations. We quo?
Hemp at 8? 12 cents $ lb.; Greenlea! at 12(913
cents, and Jute at 9%'? 9 cents fl lb.
IRON BANDS ANO TIES for Cotton are coming
Into use, and DILLON'S Universal Tie, WM. ROACH,
Agent, the Arrow Tlc, R. M ?BE li Co., Agents, the
BcAun's Tie, GEOUQE W. WILLIAMS k Co., Agents,
and the WAJLF.Y Buckle Tie, S TH rt ET BHOTHKRSA
Co., Agents, and GOULU ii MCINTIBE'S Tie, WILLIS k
CarsoLM, Agents, and tho FASSMAM'B Tie, R. M. Bur?
nes, Agent, are offered m this market at 10@10K
cents fl lb.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-Tho supply of
Timber ls moderate, and we quote Uiver Floor?
ing Boards at $13 fl M.; bcantllng and Plank
$10@12 fl M.; Timber of shipping and good Mill
qualities there is a ll ml ed supply cn the market
and may be quoted at SU ? 12 fl M. Common is
selling at ?5?6 fl M.; and City sawed Lumber at
$20@25 fl M.
FREIGHTS.-To all points aro firm, in conse?
quence of the wont of shipping facilities, the harbor
being nearly bare of tonnage. To Liverpool, by
steam, nominal; by sail, the holders of the limited
room lo be had are oaring ??d. on Upland and iy?d.
on tea Islands. To Havre, lJ?c. on Upland,
and 2j? els. on Sea Islands. To thc West
Indies but little offering at $7?$8 gold fl
M on Lumber, lor north side of Cuba, and
$9?$10 fl M, gold, for south side, with the privi?
lege of changing ports. Coastwise-To New
York, by steam, He ? lb. cm Uplands, and ljfc.
en Sea Islands; $2 fl tierco on Rice. By
sail, 9-1 Cc. fl rb. on Cotton, and $1(5,1 60 fl
tierce on Rice. To Boston by steam, lc. fl lb.
on Cotton and - fl tierco on Rice; by sail %c.
fl lb. on Cotton. To i hiladelphiu, j?c. "?1 lb. on
Upland Cotton, by steam, and -c. fl lb. by soil. To
Baltimore, by steam, j.e. fi lb. on Cotton, and$l 75 ft
tc. on Rice. Tho Baltimore and Charleston Steamship
Company take Cotton through to Cincinnati, at
$1.50 fl loo lbs. ; Bice 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 100 lbs.; Rice 85c.
fl 100 lbs. These steamers take Creight through to
Philadelphia. On Lumber, by sail, to New York,
Philadelphia and Baltimore, at SC? 7 f. M., and on
Timber S9@10 fl M. nominal.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 163 for sixty days' bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-Thc banks are purchasing
8ight Checks on New York at & off. They are not
purchasing at present beyond sight bills. They
are selling sight Cheeks at par.
GOLD.-The brokors wero yesterday buying si
.10.^ and selling at 41>?.
(Yew Orleans Market.
NEW OBLE ANS, February 1.-COTTON.-The sales
to-day amounted to 3600 bales at softer prices, par
ticularly for the lower qualitie?. We now qnote Or
dlnary at 15al53ic, Good Ordinary at 16Kal6%,Low
Mlddling at 17Jia-, and Middling at J8?a-o.
In the above we have reduced the outside figures
of our previous quotations i?c, or omitted thom when
they appeared too high for the day's traneacaons. In
fact tho market waa somewhat nnsetiled by tbe tenor
of tho New York and Liverpool telegrams, and, as
there was a manliest falling off in the demand, fac?
tors found themselves < ompelled to make some con?
cessions in order to effect sales. Middling sold as
low as 18c, and as high as 18>ic. Good style and Btaplo
sold at 16#c and 18&c.
STATEMENT OF OOTTOK.
Stock rn hand September 1st, 1867, (balas) 16.286
Arrived to-day. ^?05
Arrived previously. 387,268-398,063
? , . , 408,319
Cleared to-day. 8.611
Stock on hand and on shipboard. 90,828
Charleston Wholesale Pnces,
Dundee. 30 @ 65
Gunny Cloth. 21 a 23
BALE ROPE, fi lb-Manilla. 24 ? 26
Western. 08 ? 12>?
New York. - ? -
Ju e. 8>i@ 09
BREAD, f. ft
Navy. 7 ? 8
Pilot. 9 @ ll
Crackors. 12 @ 16
BRICKS, f. M. 9.00 ?20.00
BRAN, ^ 100 lbs. 83 ? -
COTTON, f, lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 15 ? 16K
Low Middling. 17 @ i7j?
Middling to Strict Middling. 17X? 18
Good Middling. - @ - .
Sealsland. 36 @ 1.30
CANDLES, f, BS-sperm. as @ -
Adamantine. 32 @ 23
Tallow. 19 % 20
COFFEE, fi lb-Bio. 22 @ 26 ?
Lagnayra. 2h @ 35
Java.j 86 ? 40
CORDAGE, fi lb-Mamila. - ? _
Tarred American. 26 ? 28
CORN MEAL, ft bbl. 6.00 ? -
COAL, ft ton-Anthracite. 9.60 (310.00
COPPER, W lb-Sheet.I 68 ? CO
Peruvian Guano, H ton. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, fi 2000 lbs. 75.00 ? -
Pheonix Guano. 55.00 ? -
Baugh's Phosphate, ft 2000 lbs... 60.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphate, ft 2000 Ib?... 05.00 @ -
Mspes'SuperPhosphate,f 2000 lb 65.00 ? -
ZeU's Baw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? -
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 05.00 ? -
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..- j 66.00 ? 00
FISH-Cod, f, IOU feb.I 7.00 ? 9.60
Herring, fi box. 40 ? 00
Mackerel, No. 1, ^ half bbl.10.50 ?ll.
Mackerel, No. 2, ft bob* bbl. 9.00 ? -
Mackerel, No. 3, fi bbL. - ? -
Mackorel, No. 1, by kits. 2.75 ? -
No. 2. - ? -
No. 3. - ?
Sardines, fi 100-quarter boxes.. 23 @ 25
Half boxes 48 ? 90
FLOUR, ft bbl-Super.11.00 ? -
Northern and Western Extra.12.00 ?12.60
Baltimore Extra.13.00 ? -
FRUITS-Vrunet, f, to. 22 ? -
Figs. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. - ? -
Almonds, soft shell. 36 ? 40
Raisins, M. R.. f> box. 4.00 ? S.00
Raisins, Layer. 6.00 ? 6.60
Oranges. - @ -
Lemons, ft box.16.00 ?17.00
CLASS. f box of 60 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 6.511
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.0J
e7?J7jV_Maryland Oats, * busheLi - ? -
Western Oats, fi bushel. - ? -
Corn, ? bushel.I 1-36 ? 1.40
Beans, fl bushel..1 2.00 ? 3.00
?IAY, f. cwt-NorthBiver.I 1.40 ? 1.60
Eastern. .! 1.60 --0 1.65
HWES-Vry, fi lb.I 10 ?<*, 12
INDIGO-f. lb. 1.00 ?-1.7?
I HUN- Kenned, f, \n.I 06M? 06
Swede.I 08 ? 09
LATHS, fi M. 4.C0 ? 4;60
f./Af?-Shell, f, bbl. - ? <
South Carolina, lu bbls.| 1.60 ? -
Bockport, in bulk.1 1.26 ? -
Cement. 2.76 ? 8.00
Plaster Paris. I 4.00 ? 4.60
u UMBER, fi M ieotr
Clear White Pino, 1st quality.po.00 ?65.00
White Pine, good run.38.10 ?40.00
Yellow Pine.120.00 ?26.00
Boards, ft M. feet-Rough.|12.00 ?16.00
Grooved and Tommed.... 28.00 ?32.00
CE A THER. country tanned, f< lb. - ? -
VOLASSES, f gallon-Cuba.| 45 ? 60
Muscovado.1 65 ? 65
Sugar House. 50 ? 1.00
New Orleans.I ?5 fol 82
NA VAL STORES, f bbl-Tar.... | - ? -
Pitch.I - ? -
Rosin, Palo. - ? -
Rosin. No. 1. 2.60 ? -
Rosin, No. 2. 2.00 ? 2.26
Rosin. No. 3. - . -
Stints Turpentine, ft gallon. 4? ? 47
Odium. * m. 16 a -
NAILS-Amencan, 4@20d, f, keg.. 6.50 ? 7.00
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing.'. 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, f, lb. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 ? 16
Ol LS-hard, fi gallon. 1.36 ?1.40
Linseed, ft gallon. 1.20 ? 1.30
Sperm, Wiutcr, f> gallon. 2.75 ? S.uO
Cotton Seed, ft gallon. - @ -
Castor (E. I.), fi gallon. 8.00 ? ,
Olive, ft dozen. 8.00 ?10.00
Reroseno, ft gallon. 62 @ 54
Bonzlno, ft call on. 60 ? -
PUOVlSIONS-bccl meas, fi bbl.j24.00 ?26.00
Beef, primo....114.00 ?15.00.
fork, mess. 23.00 ?26.00
Rump. - ? -
Bacon, Hams, fi lb. 18 ? 21X
Bacon, Sides. li ? "X
Bacon. Shoulders. HJ?fi? -
Bacon, Strips. 16 ? -
Lard, in keg. 12>?? 15M
Butter. 40 ? 60
Obsess. 15 ? 30
Potatoes, fi bbl. 4.00 ? 6.00
Onions. 6.00 ? -
Apples. 6.00 ? 8.00
FALVXS-White Lead, ft to. 10 ? 10
Black Lead... 10 ? 12
Zinc, White.I 13 ? 18
PLOW STEEL, ft lb 12 ? -
RICE-Caioltun, fi lb. OK? 10>i
East India. - ? -
SLATES- American, ft squaro.12.60 (di -
SHINGLES, fill.... 7.00 ?-8.U)
White Pine, first .Juality.12.00 @ -
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, ft sack.. l.tiO ? 1.80
Liverpool, fine. - ? -
SOAP- Bar, fi lb. ll & 13
STARCH, fi it. 10 ? 12
SPICES, fi lb-Caisia. 1.00 ? -
Mace. 1-75 @ -
Cloves.'.. 75 ?
Nutmegs. 2.00 ? 2.50
Popper. 40 ? -
Pimento. 40 ? CO
Race Ginuer. 3" ?. -
SPIRITS, fi gallon-Alcohol. 6.0U ? 6.011
Brandy, Cognac. I 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. .. 3.00 ?3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 @ ?.Od
Gm, American. 3.60 @ 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 ? 6.00
Rum, N. E. 2.50 ? 8.00
Whiskey, Bourbon.^. 3.00 ? 5.00
Whiskey, RocttUo<i. 2.30 ? 2.40
SUGAR, ft lb-Raw. 13 ? 16
Crushed. 13 @ 19
Clarified A. 17 ? 18
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C. "K? }7
Loaf. 18 ? 19
Porto Rico. 1* 9 15
Muscovai" . . I3 Gs 15
SEGARS-Dom'icmau'ture.ftM. 18.00 ?45.00
TEAS, f lb-Imperial. 2.00 ? 2.50
Gunpowder. 2.00 ? 2.60
Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.60
Young Hysou. 1.60 ? 1.60
Black!..... 1.00 ? 1.76
TOBACCO, ft lb, aa per quality.... 40 ? 1.50
TIMBER-Uavru Timber-Y.Pine.. 4.00 ?12.U0
Ash. - ? -
Poplar. - KC -
Hickory. - i'? -
77iV-I C Roofing Plate.15.00 ? -
I X Roofing Plato.117.00 ? -
I C Tin Plato', 1UX14.15.60 ? -
I X Tin Plate 10x14.17.00 ffi -
I O Tin Plate, 11x20. 16.50 ? -
Block Tin, ft lb. 10 ? -
TWINE-Cotton, li lb. 75 ? -
Baling. 45 ? -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 (a, -
VARNISH- Rright, ft goUon. 25 ? -
Pa ra fi nc. - ? -
VINEGAR-White Wine, fi gallon. 50 ?
Cider. 30 ? -
Trench.'. 1-00 ? 1.25
WINE, fi gallon-Port. 2.60 ? 0.00
Madeira. 2.25 ? 5.00
Shen7. 2.25 ? 6.00
Claret, ft case. 5.00 ?13.60
Ciiamuasne, fi basket. 25.00 ?30.00
Per steamship Champion, for New York-Capt
R Burroughs, F H Carpono r, A Eempner, L Syck
ler, * H sickboring, R McMekin, B Myers, J s At?
kinson. B Thomas, Mrs Klein, nurs . and 3 children,
H Heitz, C Weidemin, J Cole, H P Moller, and 10 io
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, vis Beau?
fort, Bluffton, kc-F R Hapan, W Mearle, Jr, D Lan?
caster, H C Trumbull, S F C i mp, T W Mallony, Dr
lt R fcpeir, J Frantz, - Johnstone, R C McIntyre, J
Baldwin, and 10 deck.
Per steamer Emilio, from Gcorgotown, S C
C Dutet, - Mortimer, - Smith, Simons, J E Coch?
ran, R Ford, W R Poulnot, J E Collins, - Wilson,
Capt T Dagitett. C S Stockman, Col R M Cuyler, S
Nargor, - Caoft. - Morgan, - Chace, Mrs LaBruce
and 3 children, Miss M P Johnston, Miss S John?
ston, and 25 deck.
Exports of Rice, mural Stores ?nd I !
ber from the Por . of Charleston, from
September i, 1807, to February 6,1868
Wilmington, N. C..
New Orleans .
Majorca & a Market
Sagua Ls Grande...
St Jaso de Coba...
St Johns, N B.
?. STORM. LUMBa*.
Comparative Exports of Cotton, from
the Port ot Charleston.
Other British Ports.
Total to Great Brit on..
Other French Port?.
Total to Franco.
North of Europe.
. Total North of Ec rope..
South of Europe.
West Indies, &c.
Total Foreign Poi ts....
Bhode leland, se.
Baltimore and Nor 'oik....
New Orleans, kc.
Other United Staten Ports.
Total to Coaatwh e Forts.
Alaratet Report and (^notation Sheet for
Bonds, S torlea and Bank Bills, for
'Week ending February 6, 1868.
ANDREW M. MORELAND,
Broker, No. 8 Broad St., Charleston, 8. C.
SOOrEXBN BARE BILLS.
Bank of Camden....10000
Bank of Oharleatcn.17000
Bank of Chester. .08000
Bank of Georgeta tra.....06000
Bank of Hamborn.09000
Bank of Newberry.30(300
Bank of South Ci rolina.~.08000
Bank of State of :!. Carolina, prior to 1861.00000
Bank of State of i. Carolina, after 1st Jan., '61..00(300
Commercial Ban)" Columbia.01000
Exchange Bank; Columbia....07000
Merchant'-. Bank Cheraw...:.05000
People's Bank, Giarleston..X.30(236
Planter's Bank Ol Fairfield. .06000
Planter's and Me jhonlc's Bank, Charleston.'.. .17000
Southwestern Balroad Bank, Charleston,.3O0UO
State Bank, Charleston.01000
Union Bank, Charleston.70000
City of Charleston Change Bills.8 000
SUte South Caro Ina Treasury Notes.09000
BONDS, STOCK Aim COUTONS.
Georgia State Coipons.80000
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old).76380
Georgia Stats Bend Seven Per Cent (new).81082
Memphis Coupons. City.....30035
Memphis Bonde, City.85040
City of Columbi i Bonds.25000
City of Columbi (Coupons.20000
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock... .34024 &
South Carolina Railroad Six Per ConttBonda..50052
South Carolina Railroad Seven Per Cent. B'de.63(3)16
South Carolina B. lt.Certificate of Ind'dness. "S(($00
City of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock.3H(n>U0
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebtednees.80000
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.40000
State of South Ciro lina Booda (old).39(s>20
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue, of
State of South Carolina Stock.350(0
State of South Oarohna Coupons.2605,7
People's NationU Bank Stock.90000
First National Lank Stock.90(gi00
Northeastern Riilroad let Interest Bonds.60056
Northeastern R inroad let Coupons (past due).,40000
Northeastern R.B. Certificate ot Inde?tednesa.350?O
Charleston Gas Company Stock..13000
Charleston City Railway Stock. .40000
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds (1st
interest of 2d hoo )'..100 00
City of Savannih honda.60062
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous to
1st. June, 1866).90000
City of Savannth Coupons (due after 1st June,
Memphis and 'Charleston Railroad Bonds.70072
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Coupons.. .92000
Money brines 2>? per cent a month on first-chtse
Any information in relation to Benda, Stocks,
Coupons, or 3ank Rills, will bc furnished by ap?
plication, elth ir ia person or by letter, to the Broker
above named, at No. S Broad*street
Consignee! per South Carolina Railroad,
1538 bales Cotton, 105 baler Mdse, 751 bags Grain,
3 cara Wood, . . car Ca.tie, sc. To W Kinsman, J C
H Clauasen, ll K ulte k Co, J & J D Kirkpatrick, G
W Wllllaajs S: Co, L D DcBaussure, Bailroad Agent
S G Henry, Adorns, Frost & Co, Olney tc Co, E daly,
F C Mey, E b. Rodgers & Co, G H Walter Sc Co, W B
Bull, W Mar/cher, T W Mlkoll, Z Davin, O Reeder,
H Bischoff & Oo, W P Dowling, Johnston, Crews tt
Co, ii Goldsmith & Son, Mowry tc Co, Holmes ti
Wu ti es, J D liken ti Co, G W Clark & Co, B Mure &
Co, J B Printie, Graeser, Lee, smith & Co, 0 N Ave?
rill, WO Cortney A- Co, W Newoert Stenhouse tc
Co, Courtenty Si irenholm, Thurston A Holmes, D
F Fleming & Co, E Bates, J M caldwell it Sons, J &
T R Agnew, J Campsen st Co, W McClure.
Port .of Criar leeton, February 7
Steamar I ll ot Boy, McNelry, Savannah, via Beau?
fort, Blufltoa, sc. 68 bales Cotton, 36 bags Rough
Bice, and Sundries. To J Feiguson, J ti J D Kirk?
patrick, W U Lawton, E J Wise & Co, J Colcock tt
Co, J B Dernis. E Edwards, W H Chat ce, U Shep?
herd, W B Onerard, G H Hoppock, W Gurney, G W
Chirk. J Fri nz, Ravcnol Sc Co, B W McTuieous, G
Hamilton, (! Lirecb^l, Hopkins, McPherson k Co, W
C Bee k Co Southern Express Co, and Order.
Steamor Emilio, Davis, Georgetown S C. 330
tierces Rice, 1 balo Cotton, 15 bbls Tar, ana Sun
dries. To .ihackelford s Kelly, 'thurston St Holmes,
J B Priugli, Cohen, Hanckcl s Co, J M Caldwell tc
Son, Mo?r r ti Sou, G W Wilhams k Co, H S 8tone,
IN THE OFFING.
A bark, un mowo.
A ecboonei, unknown.
Steamship Champion, r ockwood, New York-Courte?
nay St rrenholri.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore-Courtenay k
Spanish btrk Yberisa, Gurt, Barcelona-W P HaU.
Steamship Champion. Lockwood, New xork. .
Steamship Falcon, Rood, Baltimore.
Steamship Libeny, Bain, Baltimore.
Norw, giai bark Kjellestadt, Werge, Liverpool.
Norwegiai. bark Mijold, A lb rech ?sen, Liverpool.
Spanish lark constancia, Oliver, Majorca and a
Spanish birk Ylerica, Guri, Barcelona.
Brig Josie A Devereaux, CLrk, Boston.
Sour Richard Yaux, Whittaker, Baltimore.
Sehr J W Had, Powell, Baltimore.
Sehr K Vii Smith, Tooker, Providence.
Sehr E D Endicott, Endicott, Sarina, Goo.
LIST OF VKSSKLS
CP, CLUBED AND SAILED FOB THIS F'BT.
Ship Mis jouri, Edwards, cleared.Jan 1
The Gorilla, Jenes, cleared.Deo 28
Ship R C Winthrop, Stuart sailed.Jan 2
The Arbitrator, Irvine, sailed..Jan 8
The Hop ?, Uancoc!:, railed.Jan 7
British soip Sedbergh, Kn sale, sailed.Jan 12
British lark Hector, Nelson, cleared.Jan 9
The Sabina, Martin, sailed.Nov 28
The Sop ile, Muller, sailed.Dec 28
Sehr R Bullwinkle, French, sailed.Jan 38
Br ship New Zelaud, Hutchinson, cleared_.Tan 34
Urig Cyclone. Friable, cleared.Jan 30
LIST OF SHIPPING
Itt the PortofCharleston, Feb. 6, 1568.
TMUU TOD KB 100 TONS, AND 8TE?M3SS COASTIN?
WITHIN THE STATE EICEPTWX
Manhattan, 1387 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf,
ior New York, loading-Courtenay ft Trenholm.
C W Lord, - tone, Ward, at Union whirf, from New
Orleans, jost arrived-Courtenay i: Trenholm.
Maf dala (Br), 797 toni, Coghill, at Boyce ft Co's
whiif, for Liverpool, loading-B Muro ft Co.
Jajx.ea A Wright, 1270 tons, Mono, at Vonderhorst's
wharf, from Bath, M?, discharging-G A Lucio ?
Narragnnsett, 681 tons, Hamlin, at Atlantic wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-Patterson ft Stock.
Join Kjfe, 711 tons, Luce, in th? stream, for
Liverpool, ready-Willis ft Chisobn.
Alexander McNeil, 707 tons, Andrews, it Union wharf,
for Liverpool, loading-W Bosch.
Valentina (Span), - tons. Alkina, at Boyce ft Co's
wharf, for Barcelona, loading-W P BAB.
Urion (Span), 202 tons, Garriga, at Brown ft Co's
wliari, for Barcelona, loading-W P Hall.
Sola (Dan), 132 tone, Anderson, at Marsh's wharf,
from 8t Thomas, waiting-A O Stone
Henry Laurens, J17 tons. Bordan, at Union -wharf,
for Clenfttegos, waiting-His tey Ar Creighton.
Lilly, 412 tons, Francis, ot Adger's wharf, for Hew
York, loading-W Bosch,
Amer cus, 28s tons, Terry, at Union wharf, for New
York, put back in distress-i-T Tupper ft Sons.
Har ls tena (3-maa tod), 631 tons. Hom, at Kerr's .
wharf, for Havre, loading-Risky ft Creighton.
D Talbot, 28i tons; Packard, at Ceatral wharf, for
Boston, loading-Tait ft Howland.
N E Clark, 911 tons, clark, at Kerr's wharf, for Bos?
ton, loading-Risley ft Creighton.
Wataoga, 127 tons Munroe, at Atlantic wharf, from
Philadelphia, discharging-Master. -
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILHOAX).
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT 8 OFFICE, ?
CaAsmxsTOw, H. C., October 3,18?T. j
ON AND AFTER OCTOBER 6, 1867, THE PAS?
SENGER TRAINS on the South Carolina Bail
road will run as follows, viz :
Leave Charleston..10.40 A. M.
Arrive at augusta..........7.40P. M.
Leave Charleston.;.7.80 P. M.
Arrive at Augusta...8.50 A. M.
Leave Augusta..3.? A? M.
Arrive at Charleston..12.20 P. M.
leave Augusto..4 io p. BL
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 A^ M.
The 7.30 P. M. 'train from Charleston, and the 4.10
P. M. Train from Augusta, will not iran on Sundays.
FOB COLUMBIA. . -
Leave Charleston.4.?0 A. M.
Arrive at Columbia.;... .1.10 p. M.
Leave Char laiton. .6.40 P. M.
Arrive at Columbi*. 5.00 A. M.
FROM COLUMBIA.. . a D*jf
Leave Columbia..10 00 A. M.
Arrive af Charleston... '..'. it'.'..7.05P. M.
Leave Columbi*. ^8.00 P; M.
Arrive at Charleston.,..3.20 A. M.
The 5.40 P. M. Train from Chai leaton, and th? &09
P. M. Train from Columbia, will net run on Sun?
CAMDEN BRANCH. .
Leave Kin grille.12.O6 P. kt.
Arrlieat Camden.../.....:.?...2.40P. M.
Leave Camden. .8,30 A. M.
Arrive at Ringville.ILIO A. M.
These Trains will only run on Mondays, Wednis
i?yg and Saturdays.
CHARLESTON AND SUMMERVILLE. .
For Summerville..'......*.... ASO A. M.
JOT Charleston. :....-. L3# A. M.
Ior Summerville..10.40 A. M. s
I 'or Charleston. ,X08 A. M.
Fdr Summerville..-.. 3.40 P. M.
For Charlaston.6.86 A. M.
For Summerville...6.40 P. M.
For Charleston..7.10 A. M.
Far Summerville.7.ao P. M.
For Charleston.J0.69 A. M.
' H. T. PEAKE,
January 1 ' General Supermtendeat
CHARLESTON CITY LtAILWAT COM.
' * FANY: .
OFFICE OHABLF^ONtJltT RAILWAY CO.;l
-COKSSB BSOAD A3D . EA?T DAX SXSBSTAJ J
CHABUSTOH, BO. CA., Jajinary.lsi, 1868. j
SCHEDULE OF" TEE CHA RLE ST OS CITY
Kmo-STREET' L?N? "
Leave Upper Terminus ? LeavtrXot^sr Timinus
at 7.30 A.M., and at Inter- at n A.M., and at inter?
vals of ten (10) minutes, vali .of ten (10) minutes
during the day till the during the doy till 9 P.
last trip at 8.30P.M. M.
N.K-Leave the Battery on each hour from IA,
M., to7 P. M. Every other trip from the old. Post
Leave Upptr Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 AM., and at inter, at 84*7 A.M., andatlnter
valsof fifteen (16) minutes vals of fifteen (15) minutes
during the day till 8.15 during the day till 9 P.M.
P.M. . 3.
N.B.-Leave the Battery thirty-seven (37) minute*
patt each hour. 'Every other trip from the old1 Post,
office. . 'J- .. - ...
ilc SUNDAY SCHEDULE.
Leave Upper Termmut :Geavo the Lover Tcr*\?
at 9 A.M.,, and at Inter- nut at 9.30 AAI;. 'arti at
vals of frrenty (20) min- intervals of twenty (28)
utes tin Three (S) o'clock minutes nil 3.30' P.M.,
P. VL, when the interval wj en the interval is every
ls every ten (10) minutes ten d?) minutes lill 7.80
till 7.00 P. M. P. M.
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery, notiLftfiO P.
M. The Hast trip of each car to the. oldPcatofflce.
EUTLEDQ E-STLEET LINE. ,
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Terminus
at 9 A.M., and st inter- at 9.37 A.M., and at inter?
vals of erery fifteen 116? vue of every, fifteen (16)
minutes lill 12 o'clock M., minutes Oil 12.97 P.M.,
when the Interval is every when th c' in terral Ire vary
thirty (HO) minutes ?J tliirty |S0) rnlnutAs till
6.46 P.M. 7.-0 P.M. ,
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery, until 6.37 P.
M. The lost trip of each car to the old Poemflce.
. S. W. RAMSAY,.
j an uar y 22 Seoretory and Treasurer.
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No ctn r fora-of neuralgia or NervoasiDtlsease
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It hits long been in comtant use by many of oar ]
MUST EMINENT PHYSICIANS, '
who give it their unanimous and unqusiTfled sp
Sent by mail on receipt of price and postage.
One package, $1.00, Pcstogo 6 cento.
Six packages, COO, Postage 27 cants.
Twelve packages, 5.. 00, Postage 48 cents.
It ls sold' by all wholesale and retail dealers in
drugs and medicines throughout the United States,
TT7H.VEH & CO.,
No. 120 Treiaont-street, Boston,. Moos.
January6 * mffimos
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properly applied at Batchelors Wig Factory, No. 16
Bond-street. New York. lyr January 14
jQSrNEW MABB1AGE GUIDE.-AN ESSAY
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Diseases, incident to Youth and Early Manhood,
which create im pediment.- to MARRIAGE, with sure
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January SI 3mos
IO- BOYAL HAVANA LOTTERY.-PRIZES
CASHED AND INFORMATION FURNISHED.
The highest rates paid for DOUBLOONS and all
kinds ot GOLD AND SILVER.
TsYLOR ft CO., Bankers,
No. lb VToll street,
October 19 ly New Y<a*'