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TXUESBAT, June ll, 1868.
Motas;, ia still very abundant, and all securibe8
show a strong -upward tendency. - Choice securities
are scarce andwiU command full quotation?, and lt
is likely that speculative investors will be able to
make a handsome profit on their operations during
the next sixty days. City and State stocks are very
-bard, and promise a farther rise.- South Carolina
Railroad : shares are in active demand. Four old
abares were bought yesterday at 45, bot the market
ls at our quotations. Bank stocks are moving up?
ward, and First Nationals have been sold at par.
The bank rates are unchanged, but money is offer- '
ed freely on first-class collaterals. Loans have been
effected on the street at 9 pei cent, per annum. The
ordinary price is % to 1 per cent per month.
80TJTHEEN BAKE BUL*.
Bank o'Camden.:.26 @00
Bet : ol Charleston.25 @10
Bu''. of Chester.9 @00
? Junk of Georgetown.8 (4)00
' Bank of Hamburg.;.12 @00
Bank of Newberry.SO @00
Bank of South Carolina.10 @00
Bani of State of S. Carolina, prior to 1861. .7 @00
Bank of State of S. Carolina, after 1st Jan.,
Commercial Bank. Columbia.1 #00
Exchange Bank, Columbia.9 SOO 1
Farmen.' and Exchange Bank, Charleston.. 1 ?00 i
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.8 @00
People's Bank, Charleston.45 @00
Planter's Bank of Fairfield. .4 @00 1
Planters' and Mechanics' Buik.Charleston.20 @0Q j
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
Southwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
State Bank,Charleston. .4 @00
Union Bank, Charleston.82 (?'00
Orty ot Cb arl ?strm Change Billa.....97 @00
State Scutli^iroiina Treasury Notes.82 @83
BONI)?, STOCKS ASI? courons.
Georgia State Coupons.00 @80
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent (old)... 75 (380
Georgia State Bond Seven Per Cent. (new).67 @70
City of Memphis Coupons.70 @00
City of Memphis Bonds.47 @00
I City of Columbia Bonds.35 @00
City of Columbia Coupons.35 @40
South Carolina Railroad and Bank Stock.. 42 @43
a C. Railroad Six Per Cent Bonds..70 @00
6. C. Railroad Sefton Per Cent. B'ds.Ti @00
& Ci Railroad Certificate of Indebtedness.50 @52
Ctty of Charleston Six Per Cent. Stock... .42 @43
City of Charleston Certificate of Indebted?
atv of Charleston Fire Loan Bonds.50 @00
State of Sooth Carolina Bonds (old).55 @57
State of South Carolina Bonds (new issue,
of January 1* 1867).52 @J3
State of tiouth Carolina Stock.63 @55
State Of South Carolina Coupons. .60 @00
People's National Bank Stock.00 @97
First National Bank Stock.98 ?Par.
Northeastern Railroad 1st Interest Bonds.PO @75
Mill llHMSl stn IT TT let Coupon (past due).00 @50
Northeastern TLB. Certificates of I?debted
nessv..:......"?.....'-.....'?. ....4.7 @.00
Charleston Gas Company Stock.00 @18
Charieston City Ballway Stock... rr* _51 @52
Charleston ind Savannah Railroad Bonds
(State guarantee).---38 ?40
Charleston sud Savannah Railroad Stock.00 @00
Ctty of Savannah Bonds.00 @78
City of Savannah Coupons (due previous
foist Jone, 1366).95 @00
City of Savannah- Coupons (doe after 1st
Momphis and Charleston Railroad Stock..00 @52
Memphis and Char leaton Railroad Bonds. 00 @83
Memphis and Charleston B. B. Coupons. .93 @94
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
[FOB THE WEEK ENDINO THC USD AT, JUKE 1
COTTON.-This article hu been ch ar ac teri*
much dullness and depression daring the psst i
and sellers could only dispose of the staple by li
lng their rates. This fiat condition of the fit
caused to a gi eat degree hythe determinant
manufacturers to work short time, and by tl ie
considerable amount of the article either cn nai
af oat destined foi the English market, but ai
ame is at hand when shipments from the East-el
exhibit a decided falling off, it is anticipated tba
staple will show a nra-er position at sn early pe
Tbe following has bees the movements at Liver]
On Friday, the market was quiet; sales 10,000 b
uplands llJ?d. On Saturday, the article was i
sales 6000; prices unchanged. On Monday,
80C0; quotations unaltered. On Tuesday, the
ketdeclined; sales 6000; uplands m??ll3,'d.
Wednesday, the staple was dull; sales SC00 b
and yesterday the market bad a declining tende
quotations unchanged; sales8000 bales.
At New York on Friday the staple was flat, i
700 bales ai 31c : on Saturday the market was
at 30 ??c., no sales reported; on Monday the ar
was a shade lower, sales 320 bales at 30&30&c. :
Tuesday prices continued to fall off, sales 400 t
at SOc fi ft.; on Wednesday the article was q
and weak; sales 060 bales at 30c ; and yesterday pi
still had a declining character, sales - bales at
fl Bl.; while at this point the transactions ha*- \
of the most limited character, with prices in a~
in favor of the buyer, middling uplands openings
@29>ic fl lb., receding to 29c, and closing yestei
dull and nominal, with but little on the market,
stock being generally held above the ruPng rates.
The arrivals here during the week have been v
light, and were 5 bales of sea islands and Flori
and 269 bales of uplands, against 3 bales of sea isla:
and Floridas and 828 bales of uplands the week
fore, and 4 bales of sea islands and Floridas and 1
bales of uplands for the corresponding week 1
The following statement will show the sales a
prices in this market for the past week:
On Friday, June 5, there was but little inquiry
the article, and the transactions were limited to
bales, quotations being nominal at 26@27c fl lb I
ordinary to good ordinary, 28c fl lb for low m
diing, 29@29?c fl rfc for middling, and 30c 9 lb i
strict middling cotton.
'. On Saturday purchasers were generally abs?
from the market, and there were no tran sac tibi
quotations continuing nominally the same as befoi
On Monday a limited inquiry prevailed, prie
having an easier tendency. Sales 50 balee; ord ina
tb good ordinary being quoted at 26<g27c; low mi
diing at 28c, and middling st 29c ? lb.
On Tuesday the receding character of prie
at the leading centres enabled buyers to operate
lowest rates. Sales 105 bales, ordinary to good o
dinary being quoted st 25@27c; low middling at 27,
@2bc, and middling st 29c f) lb.
On Wednesday the market was quiet and the da
passed without transactions.
Yesterday there was but little done. Sales abot
93 bales, at 26c 9 lb. In the present state of th
market quotations are unreliable, but middling
were nominal at about 28c fl lb., with no sellers.
Ssa ISLAND COTTON.-The stock and receipts hav
become so much reduced that the market has bc
come entirely nominal and quotations are omitted
There is bcrdly ?ny inquiry at pr .-sent, and seller
who may have small lots to dispose of have generali:
to acoept the ideas of buyers.
BICE.-There bas been little demand for thii
grain, and sellers have generally had to accept easies
terms, rut hilders offer sparingly and do not yield
readily to concessions. The transactions have beer
very nght, and we note sales of 30 tierces clean Caro
lina, at110c ft lb. The %tock is being steadily re?
duced by shipments to other^markets. We quote
common to fine Carolina at 9%@10},c. fl ib.; good
10??@10Kc, and good to common prime at 10??@
lOXc fi lb.
NATAL STOBES.-The arrivals of all kinds have
seen moderate The transactions in spirit H turpen?
tine were 800 bbls. at 88c fl gallon, and 75 do. in in?
ferior packages at 36c. fl gallon. About 500 bbls.
rosin were sold at $215 for common, $2 30 for No. 2,
IS@4 fer Nc 1, and $4 50? G for pa'e. Some 500
>bls. crude turpentine have changed hands at $3 50
f, bbl. for virgin, and 82 75 for yellow dip, closing
vith sales of 300 bbls. at $325 for virgin, and ?2 65
bc yellow dip.
5 HAY.-The only arrival was a receipt of Eastern
?ia Georgetown, S. C. We note sales ol HO bales of
Eastern qualities from the wharf at Si 45 fi hun
Ired- The stock of all descriptions is Ugh t. -
CORN.-This grain bas arrived from the West by
vii in good supply during the week, and large lots
lave been rather heavy to move, buyers generally
)fi"ering declining rates, with not much disposition
?o purchase, except in a limited way. In some cas?8
jenders to sell haye been made os low as $126, but
jj the single car loid sellers were generally asking
ll 2f?@? 30 fi bushel, weight, sacks included, by the
tar load from the depot Yesterday some transac.
ions took place at $1 26 fl bushel, weight, sacks in?
cluded, by the car load, from the depot. We quote
Presters mixed atti 26@127 ft bushel, and Western
white at $1 30 fi bushel, both by weight, sacks in?
cluded, from the depots
OATS.-A few small parcels have reached here by
steamer during the week, partly to dealers. A small
lot was Bold from the wharf at about $105 ? bushel
weight, sacks included.
FLOUR.-The promising aspect of the coming
crop of wheat induces holders of this article to offer
freely, sud prices of most qualities of old flour have
bera of a receding character. We quote Northern
ind Western fine at $9@9 25 fi bbl.; super at tglO?
la 50, extra at $1150@1176, and family at $13@14 fl
bbL A lot of new Georgia, the first received, is s ell
tog at $16 ^ bbl., for extra family.
SCGAB AND MOLASSES.-A cargo received from
Matanzas during the week, has leen Belling at 13,^'c
fl lb for good grocery sugars; clayed molasses, in
tthds, at 60c f) gallon, and muscovado do at 56c fi
BACON.-There is hardly any demand for this
?r?de, and prices have a disposition to recede. We
juote prime shoulders at 16c per lb, prime rib sides
tt 17al7>?, and prime clear iib sides at 18c per
lb. Prime Btrips may be quoted at 17>?al8c per lb.
SALT.-Holders, from store, are asking $1 70?
L 80 f) sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market continues quiet,
md our quotations are nominal. We quote large
lots at -, cash. New York gunny cloth is held
it 22@24c. Dundee bagging, 44 inches, 1<? its.
to the yard, is held at 30@35 cents. Sea island
lugging, 45 inches wide, 2 tbs. to the yard, is hejd
at C0@35 cents.
ROPE.-I he demand for rope is very light and
prices irregular, and somewhat nominal at quota?
tions. We quote hemp at 8@12 cents f) lb. ; green
leaf st 12? 13 cents, and jute at 8>?@9 cents fi fis. \
IBON BANDS AND TEES for cotton, of the most |
tpproved patterns, are offered by our merchants, but I
the demand at present is entirely nominal.
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a moderate i
stock of this article, and we quote river floor- '
lng boards at $13 fl M.; scantling and plank ]
H0@12 f) M.; timber of shipping and good mill 1
qualities there is a light supply on the market 1
and may be quoted at S ll ? 12 fi M. Common is J
selling at $5@6 fi M. ; and city sawed lumber at j
$20@25 V M.
FREIGHTS-To most points are dull and nomi- !
naL To Liverpool, :td. on upland and ;4'd. j
on sea islands. To Havre nominal. To the West
indies but little offering at $7?$8 gold, fi M on J
lumber, for north side of Cuba, and $9? SiO fl M.
sold, for south side, with the privilege of changing ?
ports. Coastwise-To New York by steam, $2 j
bale on upland, and -c. on sea islands, $1 50 f> t
tierce on rice; by sail, somewhat nominal fi lb on up- 1
lands, and -c. f^ tierce on rice. To Boston by
steam, -c fi lb. on cotton and -c ?l tierce on *
rice; by sail -c. fi lb. on cotton. To Phi lad el- o
phia, -c. ft lb. on upland cotton by steam, 1
and -c. ? lb. by sail. lo Baltimore, by steam- ?
cotton, 9 bale, SI 50; rice, f> tierce, SI; phos?
phates, fi 2000 lbs., $4 in pac ki ge?, in bulk as per F
agreement; lumber per M S6; wheat fi bushel 10c; g
in sack?. By this line to Philadelphia on cotton,
fl bale. $2; rice fi tierce $150; phosphate per ton, a
$6, in packages. To louisville. Ky., on rice, 76c. n
fl hundred. To Cincinnati 55c. To St Louis 85c 0
On lumber, by sail, to New York, Philadelphia and ri
Baltimore, at $7(28 $ M., and on tinier $9al0 (j
fl M. b
EXCHANGE. -Sterling Bills-Thc rate yesterday ci
was 152J.? for sixty doy bills. *
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks oro purchasing ^
Rieht checks on New York at par, 5 days ?j discount,
10 and 15 days )i discount 20 and 23 days g dis?
count 3? days 1 f. cent, discount. They are eell- O
im' sight checks at ;? premium. G
GOLDI-The brokers were yesterday buying at L
10 and selling at Al. 1 M
Clarke ts by Telegraph.
LONDON, June ll-Noon.-Consols 95X; bonds
LIVERPOOL, Jone ll-Koon.-Cotton quiet; sales
estimated at 8000 bales. Bread stuffs quiet* Com
2 P. M-Cotton tends downward, but prices are
unchanged. Provisions duU. Pork 81s Gd. Bac rn
NEW YORK, June ll-Noon.-Cotton dull and
heavy; sales 650 bales at 29tfa80c Flour 6 to 10c.
lower. Southern $9 45al5. Wheat lc. lower. Corn
lc. better. Mess Pork-new $27 90; old $27 60.
Lard lower-17>?al8.Jic. Groceries quiet. Tur?
pentine 45332c. Rosin $3 lCaT. Finances un?
BALTIMORE, June ll.-Cotton dull at 30c. ^Flour
quiet and slow, hut prices unchanged. Wheat dull ;
Maryland $260a2 80. Com dull; white $112; yellow
$112al 14. Oats firm at 90a9Sc Rye duU at $1 76.
Provisions firmer and unchanged.
WILMINGTON, June ll.-Turpentine firm at 40c.
Rosin buoyant; strained S2 20; No. 2$2 30; No. 1
$3 25a4 50; pale $5a6 60. Cotton-middling at 26c.
Tar in demand at $3 26.
AUGUSTA, June ll.-Market dull; sales 100 bales of
middlings at 28c.
SAVANNAH, June H.-Cotton flat; no saleB; mid?
dlings nominally 29c. Receipts, 62 bales; receipts of
the week, 697. Exports, coastwise, 2863. Stock,
MOBILE, June H.-Cotton in light demand; sales
200 bales; middlings 27a27)i eta. Receipts ll bales.
Exports 8 bales.
NEW ORLEANS, June ll -Cotton quiet and Bteady;
middlings 27)?a28 cts. Sales 109 bales. Receipts 38
sales. Exports 2600 bales. Sterling 52. Sigbt ex
.?bange on New York % premium. Gold 39 >j. Sugar
md molasses dull and nominally unchanged.
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WILMINGTON, June 10.-Owing to the inclemen
r of the weather but very little out-door business
M been done to-day. The following are all the ?ales
e hear of:
TURPENTINE-69 bbls changed bands at S3 50 for
.-gin, $2 80 for yellow dip, and $1 75 for hard, per
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-The sales are 392 bbls at 3 9
s, and 100 do (New York packages), at 39},' eta per
ROSES-NO soles reported.
TAB-19 bbls received and sold at $3 25 per bbL
BALTIMORE, June 9-COFFEE.-Market qriet;
dy sale worthy of notice being 700 bags Rio, ex Se?
ne, on private terms.
Coi TON-Was inquired for, and mostly by spin
irs, with sales ol 256 bales, as follows; 156 bales
iddlings st 30&c; 30 bales low middling at 30; 56
le? stained at 28fi*. At the cloe? wa* dull under
m favorable cable advices.
FLOW-Was duU to-day; we heard of no enquiry
cept tor local wants, and sales confined to email
ts of Western Spring. Winter wbcat brands are In
tuted supply sud held quite firm, as the mills gen
ally have suspended grinding for the residue of
3RAIN-WHEAT-Offerings to-day 425 bushels white
id 1562 bushels red; the market was quiet, with
len of 836 bushels Hartfard county red at S2 75; 450
ishels Maryland low grade do at $2 60. Com-8018
ishcls white and 3000 bushels yellow received ; mar
t dull and prices several cents lower; we report
les cf 570 bushels white at $1 13; 1720 bushels
ime at SI ll ; 800 bushels good at $110; 900 bush
9 at $1 08; 300 bushels o mtnon at $1 05al 07-Ol'
How only 210 bushels sold at $1.14; 225bu8hels
ae-eyed at $112. . Oats-3206 bushels received,with
les of 1300 bushels at 91a92c, and 1000 bushels in
dor at 81c 9 32 lbs. Rye-300 bushels ofter ed and
ported sold at $175 9 bushel; other parcels wcro
fered, but held higher.
HAT-Market dull and prices show a wide range ;
3 quote for prime baled timothy, Maryland, $20a22 ;
1 quality do $16a20; and for Pennsylvania Sla2 $
n below these figures.
MOLASSES-Nothing doing to-day; with light im
irts and slock prices steadily maintained.
NAVAL STOBES-Sprits tu J pon tine aeBing in small
cs at 45a46c per gallon. Botin quiet and nominal
PROVISIONS-Bacon was actively inquired for, but
w holders wei e willing to accept the price offered,
e note sales of 50 casks clear rib sides to the trade
i private terms. Orders were more numerous tc
,y, and priceB for jobbing lots steady as before, viz:
r shoulders at 14al4>?c; rib sides 16al6AtC, and
sar rib 17sT7Jic; hams we quote for jobbing lots 20
2c. No bulk meats offering. Mess pork held at
8 75 per bbl, sales small. Lard 19al9^c for West
BICE-Market quiet and prices norr.inal at 9??al0
9 for Rangoon, and llalli ctB per " (or Carolina,
s co.in-Was again quiet; no aa . >n? first hands;
totations nominally unchanceu.
REFINED SUGARS-Are stftidj at the late advance,
z : For crushed, powdered and granulated, 17 >L
9; soft A white, IC;; ces; circle A, IG cte; B, 15J"
?; C extra, 15fi cte; C yellow 15% cte; circle C,
X cte, and yellow coffee 14 yt ct s per lb.
bYflurs-Continue unchanged, viz : For Maryland
Iden, 77 cts; Baltimore Co's do, 70 cts, and Monu
ental G7 cts per gallon.
Kew York market.
The New York Journal of Commerce, of Tues
y, June 9, says :
The business of the woek opened quietly, both in
uncial and commercial circles. Money continues
excessive supply at 3a4 per cent, on approved col?
lerais, and in some cases loans which were made a
tv days since upon government securities at the
iver rate, have been returned by the borrowers for
e want of profitable employment The amount of
st-clasB mercantile paper on the market is compar?
ive!}- an. a -1, and prime signatures are in demand at
Oper cent, per annum discount.
NEW TORE, June 8.-BB EAD STUTTS.-There is a
oderate local trade for State and Western flour,
it at a decline of ten to fitteen cents. The sales
o 6400 bbls at S7 60o8 20 for super tine State; $860
00 for common extra State; 59 00a9 25 lor good
choice do ; S9 30al0 tor fancy do ; $760^8 20
r superfine Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Iowa, kc,
id $8 40.9 30 for extra do; $9 40al0 for choice
tra do, including shipping brands of round hoop
ii? at $9 40al0 25, and trade brands of do at $10 SO
3 00; good to choice white wheat extras Sil 30al3;
. Louis at ?10all 50 for common to fair exiia.
id $11 60al6 for good to choice, closing quietly,
e quote: Superfine State, $7 G0a8 20; extra State,
60a9 25; super Western, i7 60a8 20; extra West
n, ?8 40a9 30; extra Ohio round hoop $9 40al0 25;
> trade, .- 10 30al3; extra Geneses, -a-; extra st
SOUTHERN FLOUR.- There is but little doing and
ires are in the bu> ere' lavor. We notice sales of
0 obis at S9 Cd ll tor fair extra, and $11 20al5 for
1 od to ahoi ce do.
CALIFORNIA FLOUR-1 he market is steady, with a
odera:e butin?es doing. The sales are 1500 sackB
WHEAT-The asking prices continue to rule far
tove shippers' limit-, and with the home trade in
sposed to operate freely, the market, is dull and
ices are 2 or 3c easier. We notice sales of 23,000
?shels at $2 lCa2 17 for No 2 spring, and 12 26 for
o 1 t-pring.
COEN-The market is lather quiet, but prices re?
am without change. Exporters are holding off in
iticipatlon of increased receipts. Sales were made
' 87,000 bushels at $1 09'?al ll for new Western
ixed afloat, closing with tree sellers of prime at
: 10; $115 for old Western mixed afloat, and $1 20a
22 for new white Southern and Western.
OATS-Are in good demand, partly for sp?culative
?rpjses, at a trifle stronger figures. Sale6 were
ade of 72,000 bushels Western at 85c in store and
COFFEE-There is but little doing to-day, but prices
e steadily held. We do not leam of any sales of
COTTON-Th<> continued indisposition of buyers to
??rate, in addition to unfavorable advices from Eu
pe, have induced holders to offer their stocks more
eely, and to make some concession (particularly on
e poorer grades) to effect sales. There ore no ots
?lng forced, as holders are well aware, under such
rcumstaoces, prices much below the quotations
raid have to be ac epted. The sales ai e 1265 bales,
eluding 215 to spinners and 1050 to exporters, ol'
hich 700 are in transit. We quote :
Florida. Mobile. N. O. Texas.
rdinary.26,is'a27 26tfa27# 27a27>? 27,^a27J?
30dOr'u'rv.27>?o28 27^'a28U 28a28=? 28>4o28^r
HAT-There is a steady, fair Bale at 80c for ship
piog, and Cl I0al40 for retail qualities.
6nuw-Ts a little more in the sellers' favor, with
sales at $1 for long rye, and 90c for snort rye.
MOLASSES-The market is doll, and prices though
not quotably lower are In the buyers' favor. We quote
clayed at 46a49c; muscovado at 48a55c, and Porto
Rico at 60a76c.
NAVAL STORES-For spirits turpentine there is
fair inquiry at former prices; we quote at 45c for
merci .antable lots, with sales of 250 bbls at this
price. Resins-There is rather an activo trade to?
day and stronger prices are sustained; the sales are
3000 bbls strained common at $3 10, $312)?a3 13; 650
bbls do as43 15; 500 bbls do at $318; 500 'bbls No :
st $3 62&; 220 bbls No 1 st $4 37>?; 90 bbls do at $5,
closing at $315a318 for strained common; $3 20 for
good strained ; 33 37 a3 62 K for No 2 ; S3 75a5 for No
L Tar is quiet; 75 bbls,Wilmington were sold at
SMOKED MEATS-The demand continues to
light, and prices aro barely maintained. We qnote
shoulders at 14^al5c; hams at 17a21e, plain and
fancy, and clear rib at 17Kal7J?c We notice eales of |
50 tes prime bama at 20%*21c.
BUTTES-The offerings of ptime butter are light,
and with a moderate demand prices are well main*
tained. Of the common and medium descriptions
the stock is liberal and cannot be disposed of unless
a concession is made. We quote State at 30a35c, and
Western at 25a32c.
CHESSE-The market is dull and heavy. There ls
a limited demand from the home trade for choice
factory at 14al5)?c, but the other grades are not
LABD-The market is not BO active to day. Hold?
ers are not as willing to sell ss during last week,-and
are asking very full prices. Buyers are making in?
quiries, but are. not disposed to meet the holders'
views; 650 bbls and tierces sold at 16J?al7c for city,
and 17Jial7>?c for steam rendered Western. Also,
500 tierces for June delivery, buyers' option, at 17, ,'c,
and 250 tierces for July, buyers' option, at 17??c
We quote No 1 Wertem at 16&al6J?c; steam render?
ed and kettlt dried do at 17tfal7>?c; and kettle ren?
dered st 17J?al8J?c.
PBOVIBIONS-Pork-There is an increased demand
to-day to cover the short interest, and with light
offerings prices are advancing. Sales were made of
1500 bbls mess at $28 20a28 62, cash and regular way,
closing at $28 62 regular way. The jobbing irada is
light, but prices sympathize with the prices of mesa.
We quote old ct $27 37a27 75; prime and extra primo
Kt $22 75a23 25, sad prime mess at $24a24 76. The
afternoon market is dull, and prices are hardly so
arm; 350 bbls mess sold at $28 50, regular way. For
Inly *S8 75 is asked, but there are no buyers.
SCGAB-For raw there is a small demand mainly
Tor the trade uses at unchanged rates. We quote
fair to good refining at ll&all^c aDQ No 12 box at
I2)?c. The sales are 500 bhds, mainly Cuba, at ll%a
12 J?c- Refined is in fair request, and prices remain
iteady. We quote 6oft yellow at 14al6c, soft white at
!5J?al6??c, and crushed, powdered and granulated
Charleston Wholesale Prices.
. Anne LES. I pniCE8.
JAGGING, V yard
Dundoo. 80 ? 05
Gunnv Cloth. - @ -
ULE HOPE, fl lb-Manilla. 24 @ 25
Western. 08 @ 12)i
New York. - @ -
Ju e. 8>?@ 09
i READ, fl IC
Navy. 7 @ 8
Pilot. 9 @ ll
Crackers. 12 ? 15
1RICKS, ?U. 9.00 @20.00
IRAN, ? 100 ?8. 33 ? -
'OTTON, f? Hi
Ordinary to Good Ordinary. 25 @ 27
Low Middling..:. 28 ra -
Middling to Strict Middling. 29 @ 80
Good Middling. - ? -
Sealsland.\. 35 ? 1.50
'ANDLES, fl lb-Sperm.:. 28 ? - 1
Adamantine. 22 fei 23
Tallow. 19 fi 20
Oi'FEE, fl lb-Rio. 20 @ 26
Laguayra. 2b ? -
Java. 85 ? 40
ORD AOS, fl lb-Manilla. - @ - i
Tarred American. 26 fi 28 1
ORN MEAL, fl bbl.:. 6.00 @ - .]
O AL, fl ton-Anthracite. - & - <
OPPER, ? lb-Sheet. 68 ? 60 :
Wando Co's Ammon'd Sol Phos. 63.00 ? - :
Potato Fertilizer. 60.00 ? - -
Alkaline Phosphate. 30.00 @ - :
Bone Flour. 65.60 @ - :
Double Refined Poudre tte. 30.00 ? - :
Niles' Phosphate. 63.00 @ -
Peruvian Guano, fl ton. 100.00 ?. -
Pacific Guan s, ? 2000 lbs. 73.00 ? - .
Phoenix Guano. 55.00 @ - .
Baugh'sPhosphate, 92000lbs... 00.00 ? - :
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 res... 65.00 ? - '.
Mapea'SuperPhosphate,fl 2000 lb 65.00 ? - =
Zell's Baw Bone Phosphate. 65.00 ? - '
Zell's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 65.00 ? - :
WoolEton's Phosphate of Lime..-. 65.00 ? 00 .
ISH- Cod, fi 100 lb. 7.00 @ 9.60 :
Herring, fl box. 40 @ 00 r
MackcreU No. 1, fl half bbl.10.50 @11.- :
Mackerel, No. 2, fl half bbl. 9. , @ - :
Mackerel, No. 3, fi bbL. -(<-;_ ;
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. - .75 @ - ;
No, 2. - (ci. -
No. 8.; ~ @
Sardines, ^ lou-quarter !>oxe*..; 2.3 Si 23 :
- Hull boxes I 48. @ 50 :
LOUR, fl bbl-Super..10.0~ (g 10.50 :
Northern and Weitem Extra.11.50 @U.7? :
Baltimore Extra. - ? - :
Southern-Super. - @ - ;
Exjra. - @ - :
" Family. 16.00 fi) -
RUITS-Prunes, fl lb......~ 22 fi - :
Figs.'.'.'.'.V.r.... 40 ? - :
Dried Apples. - @ -
Almonds, soft'shell.'............". 35 'gr 10 1
Balshis,M.B,Vfibox........ 4.00 @ 5.00. =
Raisins,Layer...i.5.00 ,@ 5;50 :
Oranges........ - @ - :
Louions^box.;. 16.00 ?17.00 -
LASS,?, box of SO feet- :
Aniorican, 8x10....V*..v.5.50 : ? 6.00" -
Am'ericanriOxl?....6.00^@ 6V60 ? ;
French, 12x14.... . 7.00 :? 8.00
RAIN- Maryland Oats, fi bushel. -_ @ -;
Western Oats, fl bushel.-? - :
Oom, fl busbsh.1.2C' ?-1.30
Beans, fi bushel..fi.! 2.00. AS 3.00 :
'AY, fl cwt-North Bi ver. - ? -
Eastern. 1.45 ? - :
IDES-Dry, fi lb.:. 10 ? 12 :
VDIGO-9 lb. 1.00 Cs 1.75 f
SON-Beflned, fi lb. 06?i? 00 ;
Swede. W i 09 ;
ATMS, fi M. 4.C? ? 4.50 ;
[ME-Sheh, fi. bbl. - @ - i_
South Carolina, in bbls. 1.50 fi - :
Bockport, in bulk. 1.25 ? -
Cement. 2.75 ffi 3.00 :
Plaster Paris. 4.00 @ 4.50 :
UMBER, fi M. feet
Clear White Pine. 1st quality.?50.00 ?55.00
White Pine, good run.38.CO (5.40.00 -
Yellow Pme. 20.00 ?25.00 y
Boards, fl M. feet-Rough.12.00 S15.00 S
Grooved and Tongue I.... 28.00 ?32.00 5
EATHER, country tanned, fi lb. - @ - :
GLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba. 48 @ 50 ;
Muscovado. 50 ? 53 :
Sugar House. 60 fe' 1.00 .
New Orleans. - (?> - -
AVAL STORES, fi bbl-Tar.... - @ -
Pitch. - ? - 77
Rosin, Pale. 4.SO @ 6.00 to
Rosin, No. 1.I 3.OJ ? 4.00 frt
Rosin, No. 2. 2.30 @ 2.35 Cc
Rosin, No. 3.:. - . - - Fl
SnirltsTurpentine, ft gallci.... | 38 A - =
Oanum. ?ii m.I 16 fi. - c,
'AILS-Amencan, 4@20d, fi keg..I 5.50 ? 7.00
American Wrought.:...| - ? - -
Lathing.I 7.50 r^TO.OO
Copper. fi lb. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 ? -
Spikes. 12 @ 15 CT
1 IS-Lud, fi gallon. 1.35 ? 1.40)? if
Linseed, fi gallon. 1.20 ? 1.30 ^
Sperm, Winter, fi gallon.......... 2.75 ? 3.00 ul
Cotton Seed, fi gallon. - ? -
Castor (E. L), fi gallon. 8.00 ? -
Olive, fi dozen...... 8.00 ?10.00 _
Kerosene, fi gallon. 52 @ 64 "
Benzine, fl gallon. 60 @ -
ROVISIONS-Beet, mess, fi bbl.|24.00 ?26.00 Ul
Pork, mess. - @ -
Rump. - @ - "
Bacon, Hams, fi lb. 22 @ 23 ?'
Bacon, Sides. 17 @ 184? ?*
Bacon, Shoulders. 16 (a 15?? i>l
Bacon, Stripe. 17>i@ 18
Lard, in keg. - ? -
Butter. 35 ? 40
Cheese.| 15 fi 30 ?
Potatoes, fi bbl. - ? -
Onions. 6.00 !3? - ,
Apples. 6.00 Ct 8.00
AINTS-m?te Lead, fl :b. 10 @ 10 _
Black Lead. 10 ? 12 g
Zinc, White.? 12 ? 10
I01T STEEL, fi 16 12 @ - 5*
ICE-Carolina, fi lb. 10 (? ll
East India. - ? - "
LATES-AmeHcan, fi square.12.60 (2 - ?5
UI? G LES, fl M. 7.00 fe 8.CO J"J
White Pine, first quaUty.12.00 fi; - Ul
ALT- Liverpool, coarse, fi sack.. 1.70 ? 1.80
Liverpool, fine. - @ -
OAP-Bax, fi lb. ll @ 15
VARCH, fi lb. 10 fi) 12
PICES, fl tt-Cassia. 1.00 @ - =
Mace. 1.75 @ - C'<
Cloves. 76 @
Nutmegs. 2.00 @ 2.50 |
Pepper. 40 @ - gi
Pimento. 40 @ 50 ^ Bi
Race Ginger. 30 ? - -yy
PIRITS, fi gaUon-Alcohol. 5.?U @ C.?? gt
Brandy, Cognac.I 4.00 012.00 ?
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 ? S.70 yf
Gin.Holland. 4.75 @ 5.00 Be
Gin, American. 3.50 @ 3.75 ]jr
Rum, Jamaica. 6.00 @ 6.05
Rum, N. E.I 2.50 ? 3.00 c<
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 (8)6.00
Whiskey, Rectified. 2.30 fi) 2.40
UGAR, fi lb-Raw. 13 @ 10 _.
Crushed. 18 ? lo ft}
Clarified A. 17 (rn 18 ?
Clarified B. 17 ? 18
Clarified C.ti. 16>i@ 17 ba
Loaf. 18 fi? 19 ??
Porto Rico. 14 @ 15 -
Muscovar1'. 13 & 16
5?T(?Aif5Dom'icmanu*ture,fiM. 18.00 ?45.00
EAS, fi lb-Imperial. 2.00 ff 2.60 J :
Gunpowder. 2.00 @ 2.50 tw
Hyson. 1.60 @ 1.60 Cc
Young Hyson. 1.50 @ 1.60 loi
Black. 1.00 @ 1.75 M
IBACCO, fi lb, as per quality....] 40 ? 1.50 C.
YJ/StfR-Hewn Tirnber-Y-Pine.. | 4.00 @12.00
rm-10 Roofing Plate.
IX Roofing Plate.|
IO Tin Plate' 10x14.
IX Tin Plate 0x14......
I O Tin Plate, 11x20..
Block Tin, tts.
TWINE-Cotton, V lb.
7U?iV/SH-Brlght, $ gallon.
VINEGAR-White Wine, ? gallon.
WINE, ? gallon-Port.
Claret, $ case.
Champagne, V basket.
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60 @ 6
25 @ 5
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
417 bales, from Mobile.bales, from Charles
LI 4GT3 bale? Fen Island and 180 bales Uplond, and
)m Savannah 1977 Sea Island and 227. bales Upland
rtton- the quantities received at those ports lrom
orida, Mobile, Texas and Savannah. _
jmparative Exports of Cotton,; from
thc Port ol Charleston.
her British Pons.
Total to Great Britain...
her J rench Ports.
Total to France.
>rth of Enrope.
Total North of Europe.
uth of Europe,
est Indies, fcc..
Total Foreign Ports.
iode leland, icc.
Itimore and Non jik
sw Orleans, 4c.
her United States Ports.
Total to Coastirise Ports.
txLSicnees per South Carolina Railroad,
& June ll.
59 b IIPB Cotton, 76 bales Domestics, 6712 bushels
.ain, 50 sacks Flour, 1 car Cattle. To Chisolm
o? ?oldsmith k Son, Adams, Frost k Co, Bart k
irtb, E H Rodgers k Co, C N Averill & Son, G W
?jfienB & Co, J Seigling, H Klatte & Co, J D Aiken
Co, G H Walter k Co, G W Williams k Co, W B
Ohorns, G W Waterman, Stenhouse & Co, J Camp
n k Co, F D C Kracke, J Tledeman & Co, O Phil?
is, W H Chafee, Railroad Agents.
insiences per Northeastern Railroad,
3 bales Colton, 233 bbls Naval Stores, baes Rough
ee, Mdze, ?cc. To J Marshal), Jr, Mazy ck Bros,
E Pritchett. Z Davis, S D Stoney. L Clark. Giae.-er,
.c -mith ct Co', W Lebby. H Klatte k C>, G W Wi!
ms k Co, A S J Perry, F A Sawyer, aud Itailroad
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-Major
B Dennis, A Pfuvi, C Baker, A Balford, lady and
o children. Miss Julia Byan. Airs Howl nd, Capt J
inner, J E Conner, J Eoolty, H Rooln>on, B Hts
a, 8 C Burke and wife, M -Harlow, Miss S Harlow,
[Jg E Gatterly, Mrs Barlow and child, J Maguire,
Rodanghan, 3 in steerage and 1 on deck.
Export* of Rice, Naval store* ?nd Lum?
ber from the Port or Charleston, from
September 1, 1867, to June ll, 1868
Hartford, Conn ....
Wilmington, >". C..
Other U.S. Ports...
Majorca k a Market
St Jago de Cuba
51 Johns, N B...
fcxports for the Week ending Thursday.
LITER, PO Ol-Per British ship Sedbergh-156 bags
SI and 1562 bales Upland Cotton, 4 tierces Bees?
SASSAU, N P-Per British s:hr Ella Howell-?0
bbls Naval Stores, 28,763 feet Lumber, 68,500
SEW YORK-Per steamship Charleston-21 bags S
I and 291 bales Upland Colton. 99 tierces Rice,
231 bbls Rosin, 171 bales Tarn, 16 bales Waste,
70 bundles Paper, 2798 bbls Potatoes, 1916 crates
Vegetables, 319 packages Sundries... .Per steam?
ship Saragossa-295 bales Cotton, 1 tierce Bice,
199 bbls Bosin, 214 casks Clay, 1083 bbls Pota?
toes, 695 crates 'Vegetables, 57 sacks Cocoannts,
89 packages Sundries, 1 cask Wine, 30.C00 feet
PHILADELPHIA-Per sehr Laura Bridgman-250,
178 feet Flooring Boards.
PHASES OF THE MOO?.
TnU Moon, 5th, 1 hour, 47 minutes, morning,
last Quarter, 13th, 5 hours, 5 minutes, morning,
sew Moon, 20th, 9 hour, 37 minutes, morning,
first Quarter, 27th, 0 hours, 42 minutes, morning.
TtSTS. I BETS.
7.. 0 I
ll. i 0
Port of Charleston, June 12.
Sehr Ann S Bess, West Point Mul. 46 bbls Bice
'o Coben, Hanckei fe Co.
tcamship Saragossa, CroweU, New York-Ba ven el fe
Ichr Laura Bridgman, Hart, Philadelphia-Risley k
tesmship Saragossa, CroweU, New York,
teamahip Key Weat, Rudolf, New Orleans,
teamer City Point, Adkins, New York.
From this Port,
teamahip Charleston, Berry, New York, June 8.
Up for this Port,
chr Jonas Smith, Nichols, at New York, Jnne 8.
Cleared for thia Port,
ichr Myrtvw, Brown, at New York, June 8.
The sehr A M Moffitt, from Georgetown, 8 C, for
lath, Me, arrived at Holmes' Hole, June 6.
LIST OF VESSELS
JP, CLEARED AXD SAILED FOR THIS PORI
the Dorothee, Flambeck, sailed..
enr E G Sylvester. Sylvo.ter, up.June
cbrMyrover, Hughes, cleared.June
chr Jonas Smith, Nichols, up.June
chr M M Pote, Abbott, cleared.June
chr B J Mercer, Cullen, cleared.June
chr E J Palmer, Smart, cleared.June
LIST OF SHIPPING
nthe Port of Charleston, Jane 4, 1868
SSfiXIS ENDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMER." COASTING
?Bill THE STATE EXCEPTED.
ranhattsn, 1337 tons, Woodhull, at Adger's wharf
for New York, loading-James Adger k Co.
laryland, 531 tons, Reed, at Union wharf, for Balli
more, loading-Courtenay k Trenholm.
iedbergh (Br), 614 tons, Eneale. at Atlantic whan,
for Liverpool, ready-Patterson k Stock.
lichard the Third, 898 tons, Scott, at Brown k Co's
wharf, tor Liverpool, loading-Master.
melia, 688 tons, Conner, at Venning'e wharf, for
Liverpool, loading-J T Welsman.
mule Kimball, 732 tons, Lincoln, at Brown k Co's
wharf, for Liverpool, loading-Street Bros k Co.
Imes (Br), 162 tons, Morgan, in the Roads, from
Cardenas, waiting-J A Enalow & Co.
.sura Bridgman, 330 tons, Hart, in the Stream,
tor Philadelphia, ready-Bisloy & Creighton.
ropic Bird, - tons, McDotigaU, at Brown k Co's
wharf, ?rom Matanzas, discharging-W P Hall.
(aggie J Chadwick, 245 tons, Chadwick, in Ashley
River, tor a Northern Port, loading-L X Potter.
has W Holt, - tons. Hart, in Ashley River, for
Boston, loading-Risley & Creighton.
illy, 412 tons, Francis, at Adger's whaii, for New
York, loading-W Beach.
tarligbt, 275 tons. Jones, at Central wharf, from Bos?
ton, discharging-H F Baker A: Co.
T raaker, 288 tons. Allen, at Gas Co's wharf, from
30,000 FRANCS ! !
Vt ARDED THE PRIZE MEDALS AT WORLD'S
F-ilR, London ; WORLD'S FAIR. New York ;
EXPOSITION UNIVERSELLE, Paris;
VINNER OF THE WAGER
30,000 FRANCS ! !
(96,000 IN GOLD),
t therecent International Contest in the Paris Ex?
The public are invited to caU and examine the re
srt of the Jury on the merits of the great contest,
id see the official award to the Herrmg'a Patent
per aU others.
[EARING, FARREL & SHERMAN,
No. 251 Broadway, corner Murrar-st., New Fork.
ARB?EL, HFRRE?G & CO., 1 HERRING fe CO..
Philadelphia. ) Chicago.
ERRING, FARREL & SHERMAN, New Orleans.
Large Stock on hand by
JOSEPH WALKER, i gent
os. 3 BBOAD AND 109 EAST BAY STREETS,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
March 3 9mo
CHARLESTON CITY HALLWAY COM?
OFFICE OHABLESION CITY RAILWAY CO., 1
COBWEB BBOAD AND EAST BAT STREETS, I
CHARLESTON, SO. CA., May lg, 1868. I '
SCHEDULE OF THE CHARLESTON CITY
Leave Upper Terminus Leave Lower Termin?t
at 7.30 A.M., and at inter- at 8 AM., and at inter?
vals of eight (8) minutes .vals of eight (8) mientes
during the day till the during tbe day till 10 P.
last trip at 9.30 P.M. M.
N.B.-Leave the Battery us follow?: On the hoar,,
and twelve (12) minutes ot the hour;" from 8 A. M.,
except at twelve (12) minutes of 9 o'clock, A. M. Every
other trip from tho old Postofflce untfl 4.30 P. M.
froni the Upper Terminus, when all the trips are to
the Battery. . .
BUTLEDGE-S TBEET LINE.
.^n7e. ?Pp<r TerTinus | Leave Lower Terminus
at 7.30 AM., and at inter- at 8.06 AM., and atinter
vals of ten (10) minutes | vals of ten (10) minutes
during the day till 9.10 j during the day till 10 P.M.
N.B.-Leav? theB<Utcryatfifieen (15) minutes after,
the hour, and thirty-five (35) minutes after the hour
except at 8.35 A. M. Every other trip from the old?
Postofflce until 4.30 P.M. from Upper Terminus,
when all the trips are to the Battery.
SUNDAY SCHEDULE ?
Leave l7>pcT Termmus Leave the Lower Temi
at 9 A.M., and at inter- nus at 9.80 AM., and' at
vals of nfteen (16) min- intervals of fifteen (15),
nt -a Hil 7.00 P. M. minnies till 7.80 P. M.
N.B.-All the trips sro to the Battery. '
. B?TLEDGE-STBEET LINE.
L'ave Upper Terminus | Leave Lower Terminus.
at 9 A.M., and at inter- at 9.35 A.M., and at inter?
vals of every twenty (20) vals of every twenty (20V
minutes till 6.45 P.M. minutes till 7.30 P.M. '
N.B.-All the trips are to the Battery.
6. W. RAMSAY,
May 17 _Secretary and Treasurer.
SPARTAN BURG AND UNION RAILROAD*
COM F ANY.
UNIONVILLE, S. C., May 20,1866.
THE 8PABTANBUBG AND UNION RAILROAD'
COMPANY offer for sale at its ofaces, in Unioa
ville and Spartanburg
1000 Mlle Tickets at.i... .$35 00
500 Mlle Tickets st.17 50
Good for business firms and their families; aleo.,
for families generally and their immediate members..
THOS. B. JETER,
May 23_ Imo?_President
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD.
GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, I
CHARLESTON, S. C., March 26. 1868. j
ON AND AFTER SUNDAY, MARCH 29ra THDr
PASSENGEB TRAINS of the South Carolina?
Railroad will run as follows :
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. M? '
Arrive at Angosta.3.80 P. Mi
Connec?ng with trains for Montgomery, Memphis,.
Nashville and New Orleans, via Mentgomerv and.
Leave Charleston.6.30 A. M.
Arrive at Colombia. .3.50 P. If..
Connecting with Wilmington and Manchester By?
road, Charlotte and South Carolina Railroad andi
Leave Augusta.6.00 A. IL
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M.
Leave Columbia.6.00 A. Mi
Arrive at Charleston.3.10 P. M..
AUGUSTA NIGHT EXPRESS
(SUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) ?
Leave Charleston.7.30 P. M..
Arrive at Augusta.6.45 A. li.
Connecting with trains for Memphis, Nashville,
and New Orleans, via Grand Junction.
leave Augusta.4.10 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.4.00 P. M..
COLUMBIA NIGHT EXPBESS.
Leave Charleston......5.40 A MV
Arrive st Columbia.6.20 A. M.
Connecting (sundays excepted) with Greenville and'.
Leave Columbia.5.30 P. M.
Arrive at Charleston.5.30 A. M.
Leave Charleston.3.40 P. M.
Arrive at Summerville. .5.16 P. M.
Leave Summerville.17.20 A. M*. -
Arrive at Charleston.6.35 A Mu
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
Leave Kingville.2.20 P. M..
Arru e at Camden.5.00 P. M.
Leave Camden.510 A. Ml
Arrive at Kingville-..7.40 A. M.
I Signed) H. T. PEAKE,
April 29 General Superintendent.
CHANGE! OF SCHEDULE.
CHARLOTTE AND SOUTH CAROLINA RAIL?
SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFIOIE, 1
COLUMBIA, S. C., March 31,1868.?
ON AND AFTER THIS DATE, THE TRAIN ir?
over this Road will ran as follows:
Leave Columbia at.4,00 P. M.
Arrive at Charlotte at.11.00 P. MI
Leave Charlotte at.11.85 P. Mi
arrive at Columbia at.6.00 A M.
Passengers taking this route, going North make -
close connections at Greensboro', Weldon and Per : 8
mouth, to aU principal Northern close.
^.Tickets optional from Grernsboro', either vic
Danville or Raleigh; and from Portsmouth either
via Bay Line or Anna messie Route. Baggage checke d "
Connections made both ways with traine of the
Greenville and Columbia Railroad.
April 2 Superintendent.
O U T Z ' 8
Horse and Cattle Powders.
^^^^^^^^^^^r incident to this ani- -
naCsnch as^ LUNG FEVEB, GLANDEB3, YEL
nto a fine looking and spirited Horse.
IO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION1
IS INVALUABLE. -
It in creases the
quantity and im- -
proves the quality '
of the MILK. It
has been proven'
by actual experi- ?
ment to increase
the quantity ot
Milk aud Cream
j. and make the Bot
,_- ter firm and sweet -
n fattening cattle, if gives them an appetite, opens .
heir hides and make6 them thrive much faster.
IN KU* DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUGHS
J L C E P. S IN
LIVER, &c. this
:lflc By putting
rom one-half to
i paper in a barrel
>f swill the ab ve
listases will be
?radicated or en
irely prevented. If given in time, a certain preven .
ive and cure for the Hog Cholera.
DAVID E. POUTZ,
VHOLESALE DRUG AND MEDICINE DEPOT,
No. 11C Franklin-street, Baltimore, Md.
FOB SALE BY
DOW IE Si MOISE,
WHOLESALE DRUG HOUSE,
No. 161 MEETING-STREET,
OPPOSITE CB ABLESTON HOTEL,
March 17 wsrly
OS- A WOVtLTY.-THE LATEST AND
aost effectual remedy for the cure of debility, loss
f appetite, headache, torpor of the liver, etc., ia
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