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THE DAILY NEWS
PROCEEDINGS OF CITY COUNCIL..
CO?KCHI CHA METE, Jone 2,1868.
Present-Mayor Cogswell, .and Aid
Geddings, Clark, Cn nn ingham, Totter, Adams,
Wall, Weston, Howard, Olney, Whilden,
reef, Parker, McKinlay and Moore.
The minutes of the last meeting were read
Before prooeediniMlP the regular business,
Alderman Whilden said? ., _
Mr. Mayor and Members of City Conned :
In behalf of myself and Alderman Olney,
I have a few remarks to make before the
commencement of the regular business of this
body and ask your indulgence for a short time
Jiany of von, and quite a large number of the
citizens of "Charleston, whose opinions are en?
titled to respect, are surprised that we should be
oocupving the position of Aldermen; more
especially when it is so well known the part
that we took in the late struggle, and the news
that we entertain and have openly expressed
reference to the changes that are daily taking
place around us.
The recent order of Gen. Canby, by which
the majority of the most useful members
our Board have been removed, and the reten
t?on in office of three of us who were so folly
identified with the course adopted by this
State, from 1861 to 1865-and whose opinions
and convictions have undergone no change
has somewhat surprised us, which retention
in office we consider very far from being oom
We axe here from a sense of duty, and feel that
it ls due to those who placed us here that we
should remain to aid in protecting their inter?
ests, ae far as lies in our power; when removed,
our responsibility to them ceases.
In our inter course with many of the mern
bers of this boardT which intercourse must ne?
cessarily be only of an official character), we
trust that that wide difference which we are
well aware does exist in our political opinions,
shall not engender any disagreement purely
We all profess' to ' have the welfare and pros
perity of the City of Charleston at heart, al?
though differing possibly as to the mode of its
accomplishment. Heretofore politics did not
enter into municipal affairs, and it is unneces?
sary that it should now. Although cir?um
stances have thrown ns together, we can illy
afford to waste our energiesin empty disagree?
ments on matters which may jeopardize our
prosperity commercially. Our temi of office
which we are led to believe will be short, can
be well spent in completing work that has been
trust- that we will' aim so to conduct the
affaira of this cit? that the entire community,
irrespective of party, may approve our actions.
- Alderman Cif^rk arose ana said jj
Four Sonor and Gentlemen ;
It is with deep emotion that I at this time
feel myself called upon to make a few remarks
opon our present connection. Thrown to
r -gether as we are by the throes of a revolution,
we of the North with you of the South, we of
the white race with your of the colored, it be
cornea ns to well consider our relations one to
another, and to the ooraro unity.
We tre here by appointment, and not by selec?
tion. We are here to serve our city the same
as if elected; to do that, we have taken our
" We fuller npon our duties, the most of us,
rm acquainted with the minutia)'of the business
which we are expected, to faithfully perform.
To know that business we must learn, and
learning must act? /
Gentlemen, aware as we- all are of how closely
our action a will fte watched, our motives ques?
tioned and resulte approved or reproved-it
will become os to weil consider every step we
m iv take, every act we may perform.
Tis well known that, with our fellow-citizens,
the representation in Council of the colored
rac?is now regarded as an experiment, upon
the results of which, to an almost paramount
extent, depends jts future unquestioned recog?
nition. And; gentlemen, are we equal to the
emergency? ab all we succeed? Let us all
say we will, and saying we will, let our actions
and the results of'those actions show the suc?
Our city is in an unenviable situation in her
finances-inlier commerce-in fact, in all that
makes prosperity; and now for myself, our
worthy Mayor and aU our fellow-citizens, I call
loudly ind earnestly upon you, one and ail. to
give ?your best labors ? and efforts to place ber
-our beloved city-in the proud position to
which she is entitled among the cities of
America. \ -
Let us work together with a will, and in a
reasonable: time we shall see her coming
into Una with Baltimore, New York and Bos?
ton: then indeed wiU she be the Queen City by
The Mayor read Special Orders No. 114, dated
. Headcroarters Second Military District, May
16,1868, making an appointment to fill a vacan?
cy in the Board of Aldermen. Also Special
Orders No. 121. dated May 25tb, 1868, making
removals in the Board of Aldermen, and- also
making appointments to fill the vacancies.
Ordered to bo filed.
The Mayor announced the following standing
Ways and Means-Aldermen Geddings, Ol
ney. Clark, Parker and the Mayor.
Vacant Offices and Council Journals-Alder
men Moore, Dereef, McKinlay.
Wooden and Brick Buildings-Aldermen
Parker, Howard, Cunningham.
Entrenchment and Relief- Aldermen Honour,
City Lands-Aldermen Dereef, Parker, Wa'l,
Lighting the City-Aldermen Honour, Whil
dsn and the. Major.
Licenses-Aldermen Clark, Adams, Cunning?
Contracts-Aldermen Parker, Honour and
Accounts-Aldermen Olney, Whilden and the
Public Institutions, Buildings and Grounds
-Aldermen Potter, Geddings, Moore, Weston
Steam Engines-Aldermen McKinlay, Potter
Artesian Well-Aldermen Howard, Moore,
McKinlay and Ad ?ms.
Railroads-Aldermen Clark, Whilden, Parker,
Cunningham and the Mayor.
Quarantine and Lazaretto-Aldermen Cun?
ningham, P?:ker, WalL .
Engrossed Bills-Aldermen Geddings and
Tidal Drains-Aldermen Potter and Honour.
Streets-Aldermen Potter, Clark, Weston.
Euston Donation-Aldermen Honour, Ged?
dings and the Mayor.
Fire Department-Aldermen Whilden, Ol?
ney, Parker, Cunningham and Potter.
City Change Bills-Aldermen Geddings,
Clark and Adams.
Bebnilding Burnt Districts-Aldermen Clark,
Whilden, Parker, Cunningham and the Mayor.
The following matters were taken up an d
disposed of in regular order :
The petition of James Dunning sud others
engaged in the butchering business, praying
to be relieved from the payment of certain
taxes, was referred tc the Committee of Ways
The petition of H. Tweitman, asking per?
mission to erect a steam engine on his premi?
ses, at the corner of Calhoun and Middle
streets, waa referred to the Committee on'
A similar petition from William B. Byan, to
erect a steam engine in Pitt-street, wasreferred
to the same committee.
' ? A communication was read from B. M. Sfcro
bel, Clerk of the Board of Firemasters, cover?
ing certain suggestions originating with that
Board in reference to the replacement by the
City Railway Company of the plank road taken
up from King-street, and also that the city
bufid ft plank road from King-street to the en?
gine house inC&nnon.gtreet, Referred to Com
-Wttee 90 Streets^
Return of City sheriff for May, 1868, showing
80-100 paid into the City Treasury. In?
Bills of Gas Company for May, 1868, amount?
ing to $2293 90-100. Referred to Committee on
Lighting the City. -A,
Alderman Olney made the following report,
The Committee on Accounts beg leave to re?
port upon the examination of the following
accounts. They find them properly vouched
* and correct, and recommend that they be pass?
ed for payment, viz ;
Adams, Damon A Co., fixtures.$ 12 25
Ai mar, G. W.. medicines. 22 71
Baker A Co., H. F., coal. 24 00
BisseU& Co., sundries}. 18 05
Bollmann Brothers, flour. 24 50
Brodie. J. F., lumber. 52 68
Co bia & Co., H., groceries. 429 24
Duval A Sen, J. B., sundries. 41 45
Egger*, John, repairs. 25 75
Feldman, B., groceries. 20 90
Francis, H., repairs. 93 50
Gadsden, J. H., cutting hair. SO 20
Gerdts A Co.jL, butter. 35 00
Heeseman A Bro., Jno., sundries... 28 15
Holmes' Book House, books, Ac. 73 37
Johnson. T. A., beef.. 318 7..
Lurrsford, J. L., repairing. 309 13
JjarsnaH, Burge ABowen, dry goods.. 191 7-<,
lioorer, Mrs.S., wood. 128 I1
Olney A Co., lime, Ac. 15 3 I
O'Neill, B., butter.
O'Neill & Sons, shoeB, 4c.
Paddon, W. F., water cloeet.
Ru88cll, John, paper, 4c.
Ravenel 4 Barnwell, rioe.
Small 4 Co., J., bread.
Steffens 4 Co., G. W., butter.
Stoll, Webb & Co.. dry goods.
Thomson & Co., John, seedB.
Von Santen, F., combs and brushes...
Weiskoff, L., paiuts, 4c.
Welling, E., hauling wood.
Whilden & Co., W. G., crockery..
Whittemore 4 Rhodes, soap.
Zernow, Mrs. M. J., hats, &c.
Klinck, Wiokenberg 4 Co., groceries..
f $3,663 39
Jobn Campeen 4 Co., feed. 178 29
W. D. Porter, expenses in going to
Columbia and arguing two cases.. 125 00
Expenses. 1,039 13
Alderman Olney, from a special committee,
made the following report, which was adopted:
At the last regular meeting of Council a
communication was received from Dr. George
S. Pelzer, City Registrar, asking for the ap?
pointment of a special committee to examine
into his official records, and particularly his
cash account, and report upon the same. Al?
derman Olney, Steinmeyer, and O'Neill were
appointed on that committee, and immediately
proceeded to the discharge of their duties.
During the investigation two of the aldermen
were removed by order of General Canby; they,
however, concluded the duty assigned them,
and present their report through the chairman
of the committee.
Your committee would respectfully report:
That they .hare given the matter their mo6t
careful and earnest attention. Every book and
paper connected with the office, as well as that
of the Hea'fb Department since its organiza?
tion in lB'S, have been carefully examined,
and, we are pleased to say, found correct. We
find the vouchers all countersigned by the
proper authority, and in our opinions, from
careful observation during the examination, of
the working of the office in connection with
the Health Department, in each and every par?
ticular, has been conducted with a due regard
to- economy ; and the thanks of this community
are due to the Registrar, Dr. George 8. Pelzer,
for the faithful discharge of his duties. .
H. B. OLNEY.
JOHN H. STEINMEYER.
JOHN F. O'NEILL.
The following ordinance was ratified in due
Ordinance "to amend the first section of an
ordinance to regulate the salaries of city offi?
cers, and for other purposes."
Council then adjourned.
W. H. SMITH, Clerk of Council.
LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Postofflce at
Obscleaton, for fbe ?eek ending; JUNE 4. 1866,
and printed officially In THE DALBY NEWS, as the
newspaper having the largest circulation in the City
4^a~TPersons calling for Letters Advertised, should
state that they an "Advertised. "
MST Office hours trom 3 A. M. to 6 P. if. On Sun?
day s, from 5 to 6 P. SI.
STANLEY G. TROTT, Postmaster.
singer, l?rs E
alston, Miss M
Annelly. Miss A
Bailey, Jennie M
Batman, Hiss D
Barnwell, E M
Barnett, Miss A
Barnett, Mrs TV
Bahr, Mrs E I
Betsffl. Ellen M
Beaty, Mrs SS
3etsel>, Mir-s A E
?u?ren, Miss O
3'Ilings, Urs R
Blake, Kitty Ann
Bland, Mrs F
Booss, Miss E
Boysten, Mrs E
Bolger, Mrs R H
Boni ware, Miss J
Brooks, Mrs E
Bu met, Miss ED
Bradr, Mrs S
Burdell; Mrs R
Burden, Mary E
Brown, Mrs M
Brown, Mrs S
Brown, Al ee
"lammer, Miss L
Calder, Mrs H
Cammer, Miss L
Christie, Mrs E
Coho gs, Mrs C
Caheny. Miss C
Cray ton, Mrs A
Crouch, Emma F
Hrs R B
Chis hu, Mrs C
Dehonv, Mrs S W
Doyall, Mrs M
Dunn, Katy A
Duri so, Anni
Eason. Mrs P S
Edmon 1 sion, C
Egan, Mrs C
Ford, Elizla J
Haney,' Anna B
Homes, Mrs D "W
Harley, Mary A
a azel, Flora A
Heywood, Mrs S
Hines, Miss E J
Miss C - ' ;
Hodges, Mrs W
Holbrook, Mrs E
Jackson, Miss M
Johnston, Mrs N
Janes, Mrs S
Jones, Mrs D
Keenan, Miss S
Ksanth, Mrs F
Lilanr, Mrs G
Lofton, Mrs H M
Lord. Miss E
Lee, Elizebeth E
Mas ce ll, Once
Meagher, Mary J
Mezeok, Miss B
Meyer, Ans C
Mitchell, Sat ah
Mooltry, Mrs E
McKenzie, Mrs A
McF h ar lon, Elia
Noj'.norp, Mrs L
North, Misc V
Nisbett, Miss E
Nisbon, Mrs E
Kelson, Miss H
Nelson, MTSB M
Ostich, Mrs R
Oetjen. Mrs J
Oates, Mrs R
O'Neill, Mrs M
Peckett, Lucy .
Qui m m eau, A E
Rankin, Miss M
Rahall, Mary A
Beddick, Miss M
Reot, Mrs C
Riddock, Mrs B
Ri charbon, Elsie
Roche, Mrs EL
Roux, Mrs M
Bogers, M it s M
Hobson, Miss M
Slater, Mrs C
Spencer, Mas N
Spencer, Mrs F
Stein, Mrs J F
Smith, Mrs E
Smith, Julia E
8mlb, Miss C
Smlke, Miss C L
S nu h, Mrs C
Small, Mary A
Simons, Alice F
Todd, Mrs E
Way, Eli zia C
Wallace, Mrs J F
Word, Mrs J D
Wriaht, Julia D
Ward. Mrs C
Williame, Miss A
Williame, Mrs F
\lb:e A Warren
Bailey t Co
[tell A Green
Bul hinkle, Hen?
Janova, Major A
:ammann, C A
: ors; ens. C H
Colman, J W
[>eveaux, E S
0 mingham, LB
Delaney, Jat es B
Uonally, P F
Drew. Geo F
Elihard, H C
Flagg, C E B
Po rn er, Thomas
Ftuchhe, H Wil?
dag >. Capt Hen
bbs A Thomp
Gruber, R G
G.imke, James M
Haig, Jos hui
Bawes, Cap D B
Hailey, W T
Hamilton, C V
Hege? on, Hin
Hilton, James F
Barral, Crane A
Bunter, G eorge
Jervey, W R
Jones, Osy A
Jones, Joseph W
Lee, Peter ,
Leopold, John F
Legare, W 6
Lacas, A H
Lynch, Master C
Mathews, Rev C
Mackin. i a tri ck
Mazy ck, Peter
Mariano, A C
Michel, F T
Mo lion?, James
Moor , Edward
M i lier, Fredk
Ma^ra h, Bei
McNeil, Robert |
Paine, Morton B
Beters, H J
PoUiemus, J HF
Pusson, F M
Pundi, J M
Purse, Jases 5
Pundt, Capt J M
ReeJ, Prince Al
Reed, J G
Rivers. Ser tPR
Rober: s, Gr o Al?
Slr, Jobn D
Simons, C G
Tho a-peon, Wil?
Thann, A W
Toomer, J B
Townsend, Col H
Turner, Nat S
Voder, C F
White A Gourdin
Wilson, Dr Sam?
White, John J
MATANZAS-Per eehr Tropic Bird-100 nods ind 40
boxea Sugar, 161 bade sxd 150 bbls Molasses. To
Export* for the Week ending Thursday,
BOSTON-Per sehr Chas Comery-123,743 feet Yel?
low Pine Lumber.
NEW YOEE-Per steamship Champion-ll bags S I
and 445 bales Upland Cotton, 101- tierces Rice,
343 bbls Rosin, 254 bales Domestics, 427 empty
Barrels, 135 packages Sundries, 1646 bbls Pota?
toes, 1502 boxes Vegetables.Per steamship
James Adger-225 bales Upland Cotton, 117 tes
Bice, 39 bales Waste, 21G bbls Rosin, 153 bales
Domestics, 71 bundles Paper, 8 bags Flour, 39
pkgs Sundries, 1677 bbls Potatoes, 1681 crates
PHILADELPHIA-Per 6chr Jesse W Knight-250
tons ground Phosphate, 60 bales Cotton, 34G
Empty Bbls, 12,000 feet Lumber, and 30 pkgs
RALLIUORE-Per steamship Sea Gull-59 tes Rice,
239 bales Cotton, 134 bbls Naval Storey 76 pkgs
Domestics, 38 bales Rags, 5 bales Rope Cuttings,
Ac, 31 bbls Guano. 10 hhds Bones, 8 bales Hides
and Sheepskins, 2 hhds Skins, 60,000 feet Floor?
ing Boards, 1150 bbls and pkgs Vegetables and
The Charleston Money Market.
THT/BSDAT, June 4, 1866.
SOUTHERN BANS BOXS.
Rank of Camden.26 @00
Bank of Charleston.25 ?10
Bank of Chester.9 ?00
Bank of Georgetown.8 @00
Bank of Hamburg.12 ?00
Bank of Newberry.3? @00
Bank of South Carolina.10 ?00
Bank of State of S.Carolina, prior to 1861.. 5 @00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.1 ?00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 ?00
Farmers' and Exchange Bank, Charleston.00 6'*
Merchant's Bank, Chemw.8 ?00
People's Bank, Charleston.45 @00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield.4 @00
Planters' and Mechanics' Bank,Cbarieston.20 (g 00
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank. Charleston. 4 @00
Union Bank, Charleston.82 ?00
City of Charleston Change Bills.97 ?00
State South Carolina Treasury Notes.82 ?63
BONDS. STOCKS AND COUPONS.
Georgia State Coupons.00 (?80
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old).. .76 ra 80
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (new).67 ?70
City of Memphis Coupons.70 ?00
City of Memphis Bonds.47 ?00
City of Columbia Bonds.30 @35
dry of Columbia Coupons.35 ?00
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.. 35 ?36
S. C. Railroad Six Per Cent. Bonds.00 @65
g. 0. Railroad Seven Per Cent B'ds.72 @00
8. C. Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness. 50.. &53
City of Charleston Six Per Cent Stock... .38 ?40
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
City of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.60 ' ?0)
Sute of South Carolina Bonds (old).50 ?52
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January Lj 1867).60 ?00
State of South Carolina Stock.48 ?60
State of South Carolina Coupons.00 ?42
People's National Bank Stock.00 ?94
First National Bank Stock.00 @95
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.00 ?71
Northeastern R.B. 1st Coupons (put duel.47 ?48
Northeastern E.R. Certificates oi Indebted?
Charleston Gas Company Stock.17*i@18
'Charleston City Railway Stock.61 ?62
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).S3 ?40
Charleston and Savannah Railroad Stock.00 ?00
City of Savannah Bonds.76 ?78
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
to 1st June, 1866).95 ?00
City of Savannah Coupons (due after 1st
June, 1866).95 ?00
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Stock. .60 ?52
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bonds.00 -@83
Memphis and Charleston R. R. Coupons. .93 ?94
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
[FOB TBE WEES ENDING THU BSD AT, JUNE 4. ]
COTTON.-The market early in the week had a
temporary tendency to better prices, both the Liver
pool and New York mirkets having slightly imp: ov.
ed, but during much of the week the article hag
been very quiet and factors to make sales have had
generally to submit to concessions. Wh:le manufac?
turers are by a judicious management of the demand
preventing to a great decree the upward tendency
which short supplies should give the staple, it is not
to be supposed tint the most skilf il manipulation
can eucceed in depressing prices much below
present quotations. If reports from the
interior are to bo relied on it may be considered cer?
tain that overa large section of the cotton belt there
has been a most decided falling off in thc amount of
the land planted in the staple, estimates generally
making it amount to one-fourth decrease, which will,
without estimating the effects of other injurious ic
fluences, produce a positive decline m the amount
of the yield. The staple at the leading points bas
fluctuated but slightly, Liverpool having opentd at
Un improved to lltf@ll?,'@ll>id fy lb for mid
diing upland, while the New York market, which be?
gan at 30?30>?, stiffened to 31, declined to 30???31,
stiffened to 31, and closing yesterday at 31 cents fy
lb for Now York -Middling, while at this point
the dull market and limited transactions have caus?
ed a difficulty during much of th" time in quoting
reliably, but holders were generally asking 30c. fy
tts for middlings, while buyers offered 29c. fy lb ; in
order, however, to make sales, factors had generally
to accept the rates of buyers. The arrivals for the
week have been vu y light and were 3 bales of tel
islands and Floridas and 823 bales of upland, against
- bales of sea islands and Floridas, and 1334 bales
of upland the week before, and 9 bales of sea islands
and Floridas and 1742 bales of uplands for the cor?
responding week last year. The transactions and
prices prevailing in this market during the week just
terminated will be seen by the following report:
On Friday, May 29th, prices in some cases having
become easier, a better demand sprung up; eales 157
bales, ordinary to good ordinary being quoted at 2C
?27. low middling at 29, and middling at 29@29}?c
On Saturday, tho Improved telegrams from thc
leading markets; caused sellers to hold with more
firmness and buyers were unable to meet their views ;
the day in consequence closed without sales, and
quotations were omitted as unreliable.
On Monday there was an entire absence of buyers
and the market continued dull a-jd nommai through
out the day, no sales taking place.
On Tuesday, with more anxiety to realize on tb e
part of some sellers who slightly lowered their rate <,
the market became moro active, and about 225
biles changed hands, ordinary to good ordinary be?
ing quoted a! 25?27c, low middling at 23: and mid?
dling at 29c B lb.
On Wednesday the demand improved." and the ar?
ticle became firmer und-.T impiovlng foreign intelli?
gence-sales near 400 bales-ordinary to good ordi?
nary being quoted at 25?27; low middling at 28; mid?
dling at 29?'J9M ; and strict n iddliug at 30c. fy rb.
Yesterday 'no market was quiet and without in?
quiry o: note-sales only 9 bales-say 2 at 24; 2 at
24)?; 5 al 26-;. We quoto nominally: Ordinary to
good ordinary, 23@27; low middling 28; middling
2??29U\ and Strict middling at 30c. fy rb.
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Tbe week bas past witiiout
auy important tratiESCiions in this quality of the
fibre, and the stock and receipts ore merely nom'cal.
So far, except thc retarding influences of a wet aud
cold spring, we have no special report in reference
to thc rrop of this article now in the ground, but the
financial embarrassments arisizg from the almost
entire failure in many cases of the crop ot I he year
just cloding, hare been so gr^at that tbe amount ol
land devoted to this article in many sections ie neces?
sarily much curtai'ed.
RICK.-1 he operations in this grain during the
week have been light aud we note only a sale of 17
tierces nf good clean Carolina at lOJic. fy ib., and 10
tienes do. at 10>?c. fy lb. Buyers have not exhibit?
ed much disposition to purchase, and holders wish?
ing to sell have had to accept rather eas er rates. We
quote common to fdr Carolina at 10?IO,3;:, fy rb.,
good lOJic. and good to common prime at 10>i@llc.
NAVAL STORES.-There have been received dur?
ing the week about 200 bbls. spirits, 800 bbls. rosin,
and 500 bbls. crude turpentine. We note sales of
rosin at 40c fy gallon, with a deduction of 2c. fy
gallon when the article is in whiskey, oil or other
Irregular barrels. Rosin has been sold at $2 30?2 35
fi bbL for No. 2; S3@4 fy bbl. Jor No. 1, and $5@6
r bbl. for pale. Crude turpentine was disposed ot
at $3 25 fi bbl. for virgin end $2 65 fy bbl for yellow
HAY.-There have been no arrivals of this article
during tho week, and the transactions have been only
of a retail character.
CORN.-There has been a steady detnand for this
grain during tho week, and prices have been firm
and well sustained, notwithstanding rather iree ar?
rivals from the West. We note eales of Tennessee
qualities at ?1 29@1 30 fy bushel, wi!ght, sacks in?
cluded, by the car load from tho U vot, mostly at I
$1 80. A small shipment of Maryland qualities was
received from Baltimore during the week by a deal?
er, being the first arrival from that quarter for some
?OATS.-Some limited supplies of this; grain have
been received by dealers for thc supply of the local
FLOUR.-The demand continues very moderate
with rather an easier tendency in prices, holders
generally reducing stock in consequence of the ap?
proach of the new crop of Southern. We quote
Northern and Western super at $11 fy bbl. ; Northern
and Western extra at $12? 12 50 fy bbl. ; and North?
ern and Western family at $13@14 fy bbl. The flist
lot of new Southern has been placed on the market
at Augusta, Ga., and a sample has been sent through
to New York. We may expect the first at this point
in a day or two. The weather ha? been fine for har?
vesting, and the news from the new wheat crop con?
tinues generally of the most satisfactory character.
BACON.-The demand continues very moderate,
and prices have become rather easier during the
week. We quote prime should ere at 16@16%c. fy
lb. ; prime rib sides at 17@17%c. and prime clear rib
sides at I8@18%c. fy rb. Prime strips are selling
at 18c. ; second quality shoulders are held at 13%c.
SALT-Holders, from store, are asking $1 70?
180 fy sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-Th? Wket continues quiet,
and our quotations are somewhat nominal. We
quote large lots at-, cash. New York gunny cloth
is held at 22@24c. Dundee bagging, 41 inches, 1%
lbs. to the yard, is held at 30@35 cents. Sea island
bagging, 45 inches wide, 2 lbs. to the yard, is held
at CO? 65 cents.
HOPE.-The demand for rope is very light and
prices irregular, and somewhat nominal at quota?
tions. We quote hemp at 8@12 cents fy lb.; green
leaf at 12?13 cents, and Jute at 8%@9 cents fy rb.
IRON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of the most
approved patterns, are offered by oar merchants, but
the demand at present is entirely nominal.
UMBEL AND LUMBER.-There is a moderate
stock of this article, and wo quote river floor?
ing boards at $13 fy M.; scantling and plank
S10@12 fy M.; timber of shipping and good mill
qualities there is a light supply on the market
and may be quoted at $11? 12 fy M. Common is
selling at $5@6 fy M.; and city sawed lumber at
$20? 25 fy M.
FE EIGHTS-To most points arc dull and nomi?
nal To Liverpool, %d. on upland and ?4d
on sea islands. To Havre nominal. To the West
Indies but little offering at $7?$8 gold, fy M on
umber, for north side of Cuba, and $9?$10 fy M.
gold, for south aide, with the privilege of changing
ports. Coastwise-To New York by steam, $150 fy
bale on upland, and -c. on sea islands, 75c. ff.
tierce on rice ; by sail, somewhat nominal fy lb on up?
lands, and -c. fy tierce on rice. To Boston by
steam, -c. fy 'A. on cotton and -c fy tierce on. I
rice; by sall -c. fy lb, on cotton. To Philadtl- [
phis, -c. fy hs. on upland cotton by steam,
and -c. fy rb. by saiL lo Baltimore, by steam,
Messrs. COD?TES IY A TRENHOLM'S rates are by
their steam line $1 50 fy bale on cotton; $1 fy
tierce on rice, $4 fy ton on phosphates (say 2000
pounds) if in packages, and by special arrangement
if to bulk; $6 per M on lumber; lOo. fy bushel on
wheat in sacks. By this route to Philadelphia, $2
fy bale on cotton; $1 50 fy tierce on rice; $6 fy M.
on phosphates, in packages. To Louisville, (Ey.,)
76c. fy hundred on rice. To Cincinnati 55c.fy hun?
dred on rice. To^t Louis 65c. fy hundred
on rice. On lumber, by sa$ to New York Phils
lelphia and Baltimore, at $7? 8 fy M., and on
timber $9@10 fy M. nominal.
EXCHANGE-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 162% for sixty day bills.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The] banks ore purchasing
Bight checks on New York at par, 5 days % discount,
10 and 15 days % discount, 20 and 25 days % dis?
count, 30 days lucent, discount. They are e ell
rag sight checks at % premium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying al
40 and selling at 41.
Markets by TeleRrapU.
LONDON, Juce 4-Noon.-Consols 96%; bonds 72%
LIVERPOOL, June 4-Noon.-Cot'on quiet and
steady; salce8000 bales. Wheat firmer; others un?
changed; red wheat 11&9J. Pork dull at 83s Cd.
Lard fiat at u7* Gd. Turpentine 28s Cd.
Evento.;.-Cotton-Unland? ll %d; Orleans ll%d.
Rel wheat llsl2. Sugar easier.
NEW YOEE, June 4.-Noon-Gold 40. Sterling
10%. Flour 10al5c. better. Wheat 5a7c. be;ter, and
in fair speculative demand. Corn 2c. better. Oats
%alc. better. Pork dull at ? 27 80. Lard dull at 17
al8%. Cotton quiet and steady at 31. Freights dull
Turpentine 46c. Rosins stead.-, common and strain?
ed), $3 10.
Evening.-Cotton less active; fale? 1000 bales at
31c. Flour active; State $7 50a9 80; Southern brands
firm at $9 50al5. Wheat excited, and 5 to 10c. better.
Corn 2a3c. better; yellow Western $116al 16. Mess
Pork $27 62% ; old $27 25. Lard heavy at 17%al8%e.
Molasses better; Muscovado 53a56. Other groceries
steady. Turpentine 46a46%. Rosin $3 10a7. Freights
on cotton unchanged; on gra n lower; by steam 2%a
3. '62 coupons 112; Virginia 58%; new 58%; North
Carolina old 69%; new 68%. Gold 39%. Sterling
BALTTMOBE, June 4.-Cotto:' inn at 31c. Flour
dull, prices nominal. Wheat-Maryland $2 C a2 80.
Corn dull, white $1 15; yellow $118; most receipts
In bad condition; sales at $1. Oat J 90a98c. Rice
dull al 9c. Pork dull and unchaneed. Bacon more
active ; pi ices unchanged. Lard dull.
AUGUSTA. June 4.-Cotton flat; sales 40 bales; mid?
SAVANNAH, June 4.-Cotton quiet; sales 100 bales;
middlings 29%u30. Receipts 41 bale?. Receipts of
the week 865. Exports, coastwise, 967 bales. Stock
MoBirx,..Jure 4.-Cotton-noOjicg doing; quota?
tions nominal; receipt 142 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, June 4.-Cotton quiet and firm;
middlings 29%. Sales 400 bales. No receipts or ex?
ports. Gold 140. Sterling 52 ,'?a53. Sight exchange
on New York o per cent, premium. Sugar and mo?
CINCINNATI, June 4.-Flour firmer; iamily SlOa
10 25. Corn firmer at OOaOlc. Mess pori S27 50
Bacon neglected and nominal. Lard unsettled at
LOUISVILLE, June 4.-Superfine flour ?8 25a8 50.
Corn 93c. Lard 18al8%c. Mess pork $27 50. Shoul?
ders 13%c. Clear sides 17c. Whiskey dull at $2 20.
ST. LOUIS, Juue 4.-Flour dull at ;6 50i7. Provis?
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WILMINGTON, June 3.-TURPENTINE-No change
in prices. Sales of 118 bbls at $3 50 for virgin, $2 SO
for yellow dip, and $t 75 for hard, fy 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Thc market today has rul?
ed qniet, and we quote eales of only 103 bbls at 41
cts fy gallon.
ROSIN-Ihe lower grados have declined a shade.
Sales of 847 bbls at $2 10a2 12% for strjined; $2 15a
2 20 for No 2; S2 25 for extra No 2; $3 25a3 30 for No
1, and $6a5 76 tor pale.
No transactions reported in other articles.
BALTIMORE, June 2.-COFFEE.-We note the sale
of another lot of 1000 bags Rio per bark Serene,
price not fciven, but understood ful'y equal to for
met sales. Also 250 bags Bio, ex Eunomia, on pri?
vate terms; 175 bags from second hands at 19%a24%
ct ? currency. The market under the late sales baa
assumed a more steady tone.
COTTON-Was quite active early in the day, but
closed a little weaker. Bales reached 450 bales; In?
cluded were 25 bales good ordinary at 28.4 cts; 60 do
mixed lot good ordinary and low middling at 29 eta;
26 .bales good style low middling at 30 eta; 150 bales
middling at 31 cts; 120. bales, particulars not ascer?
tained. Market closed about 30% eta for middling.
Flora.-All Baltimore brands of winter and spring
wheat brands were reduced to-day 25 cts, and
Severn super 50 cts per bbl. Market continues quiet
We report sales of 100 bbls good Northwestern extra
at $10 76; 100 do choice at $1160; 100 bbls super at
GRAIN-Receipts of wheat as repotted on 'Change
to-day were less than 1000 bushels; market was dull
with prices favoring buyers. Wo note sales, viz : 600
bushels prime Eoe tucky white at 12 90; 100 bushels
prime Maryland red $2 80; 200 bushels good do $2 70;
1200 bushels medium do $2 65; li;' bushels common
$2 55. Corn-8800 buehel.j white sud 1813 bushels
yellow, comprised the cflio.in;..*; market was steady
for white, but for yellow d' il mid several centB off;
included in the eales were 250 bushels prime white
$116; 2300 bushels do ?115; 2000 bushels good do
$114; 400 bushels $1 13; of yellow 3400 bushels de?
livered at Point at $118; 600 bushels B Esl 15; 263
bushels $110. Oats-500 bushels received; small sales
only, viz: 200 bushels Maryland 86c, measure; 100
bushels light Virginia SI 02 fy 32 lbs; no sales of
Western. Bye-nothing doing to-day.
MOLASSES-Stock has been increased by the arrival
of several cargoes yesterday, and to-day we have only
to note a sale of 10 puncheons Barbadoes at 63c per
PROVISIONS- The market continues inactive, though
some of the Jobbers had more liberal orders to AIL
We quote prices more favorable to buyers, viz: for
bacon shoulders ld%al4%a; rib sides 16%al6%c;
clear rib 17l4al7 %a flams are steady at 20a22c, as
to quality. Lard 19al9%c for Western tierces. Mess
pork-Stock small, and held at $28 75320. Nothing
doing in bulk meats.
BUTTES-Market continues heavy; receipts of
Weslern improving and selllDg at 23c for running
lots Southern Ohio; Western reserve good to prime
yellow 25a27c per lb; Frauklin-street 20a25c per lb.
BICE-We notice the farther arrival of 1600 bags
Rangoon per Mozart from Liverpool; demand fair
and prices steady at lOalO'ic. Nothing reported m
Carolina-still quote held at ll%all%c.
SUGAH-Imports are freer the past two days, and
wo also note a better inquiry to-day, with eales of
353 hhds and 140 bbls Porto Elco for refining at ll %
cts; 134 bhdB do at 11% cts; 357 hhds choice P R to
the trade, cargo of Louisa Crockett, on private
terms; 34 hhds do at 12 cts; 15 hhds at 13% cts. Re?
finers advanced their prices to-day %c; now quote
crushed, powdered and granulated at 17 cts; extra
fine powdered 17% cts; soft A white 16 cts; circle A
15% cts; B 15% cts; C extra 15% cts; C yellow 15%
cts; circle C15 cts; yellow coffee 14% cts.
SYRUPS-Continue unchanged, viz : For Maryland
Golden 77 cts; Baltimore do 70 cte; Monumental 67
cte per gallon.
New Torie Market.
The New York Journal of Commerce, of Tues?
day, June 2, saya:
The demand for money from speculative borrow?
ers bas somewhat increased, but with an excess of
capital offering for temporary use, rates of interest
; rule low. Call loans are made on stock collaterals
at4a6 per cent, and upon government securities at 3
e4 per cent. The bert commercial paper at short
date is placed at 5%a6 per cent, per annum dis?
NEW YOBS, June 3.-BBIAD6TDTT8.- The mar?
ket for State and Wertem floor ia ten to twenty
cents lower with very little doing. The sales
are 4900 bbls at $7 75a8 25 for superfine State;
$8 70s 8 90for common extra State; SBa9 16 for good
to choice do; $9 20a9 80 for fancy do; $7 75a8 25
for superfine Michigan. Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, Ac.,
and $870a9 20for extra do; $9 25aI0 00 fer choice extra
do, including shipping brands of round hoop Ohio
at $9 35al0 00, and trade brands of do at ?io 05al2 90;
good to choice white wheat extras st $11 25al3 00;
St. Louis at $10 50al2 00 for common to fair extra,
and $12 C0al6 00 for good to choice, closing heavily.
We quote: Superfine State, $7 75a8 25; extra State;
$8 70a9 15; super Western, $7 75a8 25; extra Western
$8 70a9 20; extra Ohio round hoop $9 36al0 00: do
trade, $10 05al2 90; extra Genessee, -a-; extra
St. Louis. $llal6.
SOUTHEBN FLOUB-There is a moderate toquiry
but prices are not Bo firm. We notice sales o? 450
bbls at $9 ; OalO 85 for fair extra and $10 90al4 75 for
good to choice do.
COHN-The market is active but at a decline of 1 to
2c; the sales are 298,000 bushels at $1 04%al 08 for
new Western mixed afloat, chiefly at $1 OSal 06, and
$112% tor now Weftern yellow afloat
COFFEE-There is more doing to Bio, and prices
are steadily held. We notice sales of 1750 bags, ex
Selma; 1U00 bags ex B. Lindahl, on private terms.
In Baltimore, 2o00 bags ex Clifton, at ll%c gold in
bond; 1000 baits ex Serene, at 12c gold iii bond, and
1200 bags ex Waverly, at 8a8'ic, cold in bond. The
other kinds are quiet at about former rates.
WHEAT-There is a mod?rale inquiry and prices
are ranging 2 to 8c lower. We notice sales of 48,600
bushs at $2 02 for Ko 2 and $3 for spring mixed ; $2 15
for No 2 spring ; $2 22o2 26 for No 1 spring, aud $2
77% for white Kentucky.
COTTON-The market continues to be very quiet,
and prices aro nearly nominal. The domaud/is lim?
ited, but holders are not willing to make any con
ceMfclou to enact a palo. The transactions are 745
bales, including 545 to spinners, 50 to speculators,
and 150 in transit. We quote:
Florida. Mobile. N. Orleans. Texas.
Ordinaty.27% 27% 28 28??
Good Ordiuary.28% 28% 29 29%
Low Middling.29% 29% 30 30%
Middling.31 31% 31% 31%
HAX-The market is firm at 80aS5c for shipping,
and $1 lOal 14 for retail quaJiue*.
STRAW-IS in toe eellers' favor, with sales of long
rye at 95ca$l.
MOLASSES-The market ls quiet but prices arc
steadily held to consequence of the moderate offer
tog?. Wc quote clayed at 47a50c, and Muscovado at
NAVAL STORES-Spirits turpentine-there is nol
much change to quote; 47%c ls the price for mer?
chantable lots, although there is less demand, with
sales of 175 bbls at 47%a48c. Resins-there is not
much demand ; we quote at S3 06a $3 12% for strain?
ed common; ?3 16a320 for good strained; $3 30a
3 62?i for No. 2; $3 87%a5 00 for No. 1; 100 bbls
strained were sold at S3 15, and 300 bbls No 2 at
$3 62%. Tar-there is moro inquiry: 100 bbl* Wil?
mington were sold at $4, and 700 bbls North Co on
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
BAGGING, fy yard
Gunny Clotv ... .
BALE ROI'J., ft Itt- Manilla....
BREAD, fy ft
BRICKS, fy M.
BRAN, fy 100 lbs.
COTTON, fy io
Urdinary to Good Ordinary.
Middling to Strict Middling....
CANDLES, fy lb-Sperm.
COFFEE, fy lb-Rio.
CORD AG V, fy lb-Manilla.
CORN MEAL, fy bbl.
COAL, fy ton-Anthracite.
COI TER. ? lb-Sheet.
W.indo Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos
Doublo Refined Poudrette.
Peruvian Guano, fy ton.
Pacific Guara, fy 2000 lbs.
Bauph's Phosphate, fy 2000 lbs..
Rhodes' Phosphate, fy 2000 Tbs..
Mapcs'Supcr Phosphate,"? 2000 lb
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate.
Zeil'B Super Phosphate of Lime.
Woolston's Phosphate of Lime..
FISH-God, fy 100 lbs.
Herring, fy box.
Mackerel, No. 1, fy half bbl.
Mackerel, No. 2, fy bah1 bbl.
Mackerel, No. 3, fy bbl.
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits.
Sardines, fy 100-quarter boxes.
FLOUR, fy bbl-Super.
Northern and Western Extra.
FRUITS-iruaeB, fy tb.
Almonds, soft sheU.
Raisins, M. R., fy box.
Lemona, fy box.
GLASS, fy box ol 50 feet
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, fy bushel
Western Oats, fy bushel.|
Corn, fy bushel.I
Beans, fy bushel.I
tl AI', fy cwt-NorUi River.I
HIDES-Dry, fy Yb.
IRON-Refined, fy TD.
LIME-Shell, fy bbl.
South Carolina, in bbls..
Bockport, to bulk.
7 @ 8
9 (gi ll
12 fi 15
33 fi -
25 fi 27
28 'al -
29 fi 30
- fi -
33 Cd 1.50
2$ fi -
22 fi 23
19 fi -?0
20 fi 26
7h fi -
35 Ca) iO
- @ -
26 fi 28
COO fi -
- m -
58 (?J GO
5.50 fi 6.00
6.00 fi 6.50
7.00 fi 8.00
- fi -
- fi -
1 29 fi 1.30
2.00 (ai 3.00
1.30 fi -
10 (0 12
1.00 fi 1.75
08 fi 09
4.CO fi 4.60
- fi -
1.60 fi -
1.26 fi -
2.75 (ai 3.00
4.00 fi 4.50
L UMBER, fy M. feet
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.
White Pine, good ron.
Boards, fy M. feet-Bough.
Grooved and Tonjrued_
LEATHER, country tanned, fy ft.
MOLASSES, fy gallon-Cuba...*...
HA VAL STORES, fy bbl-Tar....
Rosin, No. 1.
Bosin, No. 2.
Bosin, No. S.
Spirits Turpentine, fy gallon.
Oakum, fy Rt.',.
^AIXS-American, 4@20d, fy keg..
Copper, fy Hs.
Ol CS-Lard, fy gallon.
Linseed, fy gallon.
Sperm, Winter, fy gallon.
Cotton Seed, fy gallon.
Castor (E. I.), fy gallon.
Olive, fy dozen.1.
Kerosene, fy gallon.
Benzine, fy cation.
PRO TIS!GA'S-Beef, mess, fy bbl.
Bacon, Hams, fy lb.
Lard, in keg.
Potatoes, fy bbl.
P.XLV2*,S-Whiie Lead, fy ?.
PLOW STEEL, fy IB
RICI.-Carolina, fy Vi.
SLA 1 ES- American, fy square.
SHINGLES, fy 2d.
White Pine, first quality.
SALT-Liverpool, coarse, fy sack..
SOAP-Bax, fy lb.
SPICES, fy lb-Cassia.
SPIRITS, fy gallon-Alcohol.
Rum, N. E.!.
SUGAR, fy ft-Raw.
Clarified C. u.
Mus co vat'' .
SEGARS Dom'icmann'ture,%i M.
TEAS, fy ft-Imperial. ..
TOBACCO, fi ft, as per quality....
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-Y. Pine..
TIN-IC Roofing Plate.
IX Roofing Plate.
I CTto Plate? 10x14.
IX Tin Plate tel?.
I C Tin Plate, 14x20.
TIT/iVE-Cotton, fy ft.
P^JLVfSH-Bright, fy gallon.
F7.Y?(?A'.R-White Wine, fy gallon.
WINE, fy gallon-Port.
Claret, fy case...I.
Champagne, fy bdsket.
48 @ 50
60 ? ra
60 @ 1.00
- @ -?
5.00 ? 6.00
3.00 ? 4.00
2.30 @ 2.35
40 ? -
16 ? -
5.50 @ 7.00
1.00 @ -
30 ? -
12 ? 15
1.35 1 1.40>i
1.20 fl 1.30
2.75 @ 3.00
- ? -
3.00 (g. -
I 52 ? 54
60 ? -
ll @ 15
10 ? 12
1.00 ? -
1.75 ? -
2.00 ? 2.50
40 ? -
40 ? 60>i
SO ? -
6.0U ? 6.65
I 4.00 ?12.00
3.00 ? 3.70
4.75 @ 5.00
3.50 ? 3.75
6.00 ? 6.05
2.60 ? 3.00
3.0U @ 6.00
2.30 ? 2.40
13 ? 10
18 ? lo
17 ? 18
17 ? 18
18 ? 19
14 ? 16
13 ? 15
2.00 ? 2.60
2.00 ? 2.60
1.60 ? 1.60
l.SO & 1.60
1.00 ? 1.75
40 ? 1.60
? -, -
1.00 ? 1.25
2.60 ? 6.00
2.25 @ 6.00
2.26 ? 6.00
Comparative Exports of Cotton, from
th* Port ot Charleston.
C't;-?r British Ports.
Total to Great Britain...
Other i rench Ports.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
>outh of Europe.
West Indies, Ac.
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, Ac.
Baltimore and Non oik...,
New Orleans, Ac.
Other United StstcB Porte.
Tots! to CoastwiBe Ports.
Exports of Klee. X aval Stores and L'im?
ber from the Fort of Charleston, i rom
September 1, 1867. to June 4. 1S68
Hartlord, Conn -
Wilmington, N. C..
New Orient? .
Other C. S. Ports...
Majorca A a Market!
J?t. Jaco de Cuba... |
St Johns, N B...
N. STOKES. ! L?MJ?B.
Grand Total..! 16.269 j
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SS* A-A-A. -A-A-THE BEBT DYSPEP?
TIC BITTEBS now in use are PANKNXN'B Hepatic
Bitters. They novcr fall to give relief. Try a bottle,
and be convinced. For sale by all Draggle ts. m
NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
77,386 bales, from Mobile.bales, from Charles
ton 4613 bales Bea Island and 180 bales Upland, and-'
from Savannah 4077 Sea Island and 227 bales Upland?
Cotton-the quantities received at those ports from
Florida, Mobile, Texas and Savannah.
Consignees per Sonth Carolina Railroad.
44 bales Cotton. 77 beles Domestics, 8121 sacke
Grain, 67 bble Naval Stores, 6 cars Lumber, 1 car
Wood, 1 car Stock. To Hopkins, McPherson k Co,
I L ralk A Co, Goldsmith ic Son, Graeser, Lee, Smith
A Co, T H A W Dewees, Bollmann Bros, Chisolm .
Bros, Crane, Boylston & Co, G W Clark & Co, G Fol
lin, C Litschgi, Mrs J J Latte, Hunt k Bro, G E Wal?
ter * Co, G W Witte, F. Welling, Jno Campian A Co,
West k Jone?, J N Robson, G W Waterman, John
Xledeman k Co, Stenhouse k Co, O D Brahe k Cc,
J B Lafitte, and R R Agent.
PHASES OF TUX MOON.
Full Moen, 5th, 1 hour, 47 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter, 13tb, 5 hours, 5 minutes, morning.
New Moon, 20th, 0 hour, 37 minutes, morning.
First Quarter, 27th, 0 hours, 42 minutes, morning.
Port of Charleston, June 5.
Sehr Charles W Holt, Hart, Boston-13 days. Ice.
To Risley A Creighton and J W Duryea.
Sehr Tropic Bird, McDougall, Matanzas-9 days.
Sugar and Molasses. To W P Hall.
Br bark Eacham, Atkinson, St Mary's, Ga-John ?
fraser A Co.
S.-br Charles Comery, Kuhn, Boston, Mass-Risley
A Creighton. *
Br bark Eastham, Atrina m, St Mary's, Ga.
Cleared for this Port.
Sctr IT T??ker, Baker, at Philadelphia, Jun: 1.
L.IST OF VKSSISLS /
Dr, CLEARED AS J SMLED FOR THIS PORI '
The Dorotea, Plambcck, sailed.March 1 <
S.-br Starlight, Robinson, cleared..May 22
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, to leave.June 3
Sehr Liliy. Francis, up.May 9
Sehr Mvrover, Hughes, up.May 16
Sehr T T Ta :ker, Baker, cleared.June 1
Sehr E J Palmer, Sma.t, up.May 3C
LIST OP SHIPPING
In thc Port of Chu ? li ston. Jane 4, 1868<
VES.-ELi END EB 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTING ?
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Chdi-les'.OD, l?iC tons, Berry, ot Adder's wharf, for
New York, loadiug-J Adgcr A Co.
She man, 973 tots, Henry, at Atlantic wharf, for New
Orleans, repairing-J A Enslow A Co.
Ecy West. CIS tons, Rudolf, at Accommodation wharf, .
from New York, repairing-J A Enslow A Co.
Sedbtrgh (Br), 614 tons, Knca'e. at Atlantic wharf, .
lor Liverpool, loading-Patterson k Stock.
Bichsrd the 1 hird, 898 tons, Scott, at Brown k Co's
wharf, lor Liverpool, loading-alaster.
Amelia, 688 tons, Conner, at Vetining's wharf, fcc
Liverpool, loading-J T Welsman.
Annie Kimball, 732 tons, Lincoln, at Brown A- Co'c .
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros A Co.
Times (Br), 162 tons, Morgan, in the Roads, frosc
Cardenas, waiting-J A Enslow A Co.
Charles Comery, 152 tons, Ku.in, in Ashley Rivw, .
i ur Boston, loading-Risley A Creighton.
Lu nra Bridgman, 330 tous, Hart, in Ashley River,
ter Philadelphia, loading-Risley A Creighton.
Ella Howell |Br), 78 tons, Roberts, at Bennett's wh'f,
for West Indies, loading-P J Es ns rd.
Jessie W Knight, 191 tons, Plum, in tho stream, for '
Philadelphia, ready-H F B.kerA Co.
Tropic Bird, - tons, McPo.grU, at Quarantine, fr?re
Matanzas, just arriv?e-W P Halt
Maggie J Chadwick, - lons, Chadwick, in Ashley
River, from Bociport, Me, discharging- L T
Chas W Holt, - tODS. Bart, at Central wharf, from -
Boston, discharging-Maley A Creighton.
-j^ERCHASTS OF Ci Alt LKSTO.V.
AD VESTI SE IN
TEE SUMTER NEWS
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.np a large circulation in tho B- ebon in which it ie
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dium. Terms liberal.
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