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THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 10,18G7.
NEW YEAR FANCIES.
The New Year'? moni. Tho solemn chime
Rings from the belfry o'er the snow.
And echoes through the river's flow,
Amid tho rocks that frown at Time.
The New Year's morn. The golden stare
Are gleaming in their solemn calm.
As though their majesty were balm
For Ul that wounds, and thought that jars.
And oh 1 the memories that rise
As peal the far-off bells-they wake
Visions whose sleep no power may break,
And bring the light to long-closed eyes.
And ohl the memories that oling
Around thia old oak-pan oiled room;
The pine-loss fi ashing through the gloom,
Seem sparkles from life's early spring I
"After long years I" I rest again,
This ancient home, it seems to me,
Wearied with travel o'er the sea,
Holds anodyne for parking pain.
The bells are pealing out as sound
The voices of a blessed dream.
That float athwart life's hurried stream,
And hold the eager hearer bound.
Ohl bells ring on. The music sweet
That quivers o'er tho snow-fiolds blight.
In tho fall moon will put to flight
My bitter thoughts, and bid sae greet
The veiled New Year with hope and peace,
That in its secrets I may find
The influence that bids the mind
From Sorrow take its just release.
And learn to stud this life of ours
Vnth gems of purity and truth;
That_as m sunny dreams of youth
We plant the path with deathless flowers I
A Letter from Victor linc;o on the Straggle
M. VICTOB L'uao has written a letter, of which
the following is a translation, in reference to the
revolutionary contest in Candia :
A cry reaches me from Athens. In the City of
Phidias and ?achylus an appeal is made to mo
my. name is pronounced. Whatl am I to deserve
anchan honor? Nothing but a vanquished man.
And-who are they who call to me ? The vanquish?
ed.- Yes. heroic Candiotes, the fallen of to-day,
yon are the victors of tho future. Persevere. Even
if yon are prostrated, you will triumph. The pro?
testation of a dying agony is a power. It is
an appeal to God, who crushes-what? Kings 1
Those mighty ones who are now against
you, those coalitions of blind force and stubborn
prejudice, those armod antique tyrannies, have as
their principal attribute a remarkable facility of
making shipwreck. The tiara is on the poop, the
turban on the prow, the old monarchical ship is
leaking. It is at this very hour foundering in
Mexico, in Austria, in Spain, in Hanover, in Sax?
ony, at Borne, and elsewhere. Perseverel You van?
quished? Impossible! The insurrection suppressed
is not a principle destroyed. There are no more
faits accomplis; there is only Bight. Fact is never
completed. Its perpetual incompleteness is the
opening which ia left to Bight. Bight cannot be
submerged. The waves of events pass over it.
It reappears. Drowned Poland floats on the sor
face. For ninety-four years European policy has
torn this corpse, and the world has seen its
soul floating above the faits accomplis. Greeks
of Candia, yon have right on your Bide, and you
have also reason. Why a Pasha should exist
in Crete ia beyond comprehension. That which is
true of Italy is true also as regards Greece. Venice
cannot be restored to the one without Crete being
restored to the other. That which is there a
resurrection, cannot be here a sepulchre. But in
the meantime blood is flowing, and Europe por
mits it. She gets accustomed to it. To-day it is
the Sultan's turn to exterminate a nationality. Is
there a Turkish divine right venerated as the
Christian divine right ? Murder, robbery, viola?
tion, are at this momont sweeping over Candia as,
six months ago, they dashed ovor Germany. That
which would not be allowed to Schinderhannes is
allowed to policy. To have the sword in hand, and
quietly to witness these murder1, this is called
statesmanship. It would seem that religion
is interested in what, the Turks are quiet?
ly doing-the cutting of Candian throats
_and that society would be shaken if, between
Scarperto and Oytherea, little children wero not
put to Us sword. There the ravaging of crops
and the burning of villages is useful. The motive
which explains and tolerates these exterminations
is beyond our penetration. Alas I one of the
humiliations of men whom a long exile has made
stupid (I am one of them) is that they cannot
. comprehend the great reasons of the present as?
sassins. Never mind. The Cretan question is
henceforth clear. It will be solved, and solvedjike
all the other questions of this age, in the sense of
deliverance. Greece complete, Italy complete
Athena at the head of one, Borne at the head of
the other-this is what we-Franco-owe to our
brothers. It is a debt that France will acquit ; it
is a duty that France will discharge. When?
Persevere. VICTOR HUGO.
Eantevflle House, Deo. 2,1806.
What Supplies tn? Great Calces?
Mr. George A. Shufeldt, Jr., replies that they get
water from underground rivers. He calla atten?
tion to the fact that tho surface tributaries of the
great lakes will hardly make good the wear and
Sear of atmospheric absorption and evaporation.
Yet the lakes aro of immense size, and constantly
discharge vast volumes of water through their out?
lets, Sault St. Marie, Mackinaw, etc., without sen?
sible diminution. Hence, as there are no adequate
sources of supply above the surface, we must look
for them beneath it.
. That'the crust of .the earth is full of water?
courses is a familiar fact. Illustrations are found
- in tme Mammoth Cave, the Adelsberg Mountains
in4hvitsarlaud,cthe lost rivers on our prairies, and
- the artesian wells which are how becoming numer?
?os in Europe and in our own country. At Paeey,
near Paris, the anger = tr nek an amazing stream of
water eighteen hundred feet below the surface,
?which discharges nearly six millions of gallons per
day, rushing to the surface with great power and
'velocity. This is strong evidence, certainly, of a
groat underground str)am at this point. The
Snat wells at Eissirgen, in Bavaria, at Munden, in
anover, at Louisville, in Kentucky, Charleston,
8. C., and hundreds of others, many of which are
two thousand feet deep, discharging great volumes
of water-all tend to demonstrate the fact that the
crust of the earth is penetrated in all directions
and at all depths with: these streams and water?
- At this point of the argument, Mr. Shufeldt asks
his reader? to "turn to the map of North America"
and note particularly the point where the thirty
second degree of wost longitude crosses the forty
fourth parallel of north-latitude. Within a radius
of five hundred miles, of which this is the centre,
will be fowad the great water-prodncing region of
the West. Zn thia elevated and comparatively
uneven surface of the country, nearly all of the
great rivers of the West have their sources and
fountain-heads. First, the Missouri, with its in?
numerable branches and tributaries, among which
" ara the Yellowstone and the Norw Fork of the
Platte, the -Arkansas, the Bed Biver, the Bio
Grande, all flowing from the eastern and southern
slopes of the Becky Mountains, and finding their
way through thousands of miles of country to the
Gulf of Mexico. On the western slope is the Rio
Colorado, which empties into the Gun* of Califor?
nia, and which is formed by the nnion of the Grand
ana Green Rivers, the sources of which are also
within the territory above mentioned.
^Jhe saxe .statement is tame of the Columbia
River, flowing thronen the State of Oregon in the
. Pacific, and or the other great a tr cam? and rivers
which flow nortivvard and westward into the Paci?
fic and the Northern Oceans. Here, then, we have
a radius from which a system of riv?rs proceeds in
all directions but one." Oh the side of the great
lakes there is no surface-river of any size. Mr.
Shufeldt puts this tact and the?quaUy unquestion?
able one of the existence of the lakes together, and
conatraots bis theory that the lakes aro fed by
ira r terran e?.n members of this river sys .em, which
find inlets "at different points on the bottoms of
the lakr.8, and maintain the supply with OB much '
certainty and regularity as if the streams were
.running i i the surface of the ground."
Cremation in Siam.
The practice of burning the bodies of the dead
. is re tamed in Siam in full force to the present day,
among all the principal families. The ceremony
ia magnificent enough, pu* fearfully expensive, and
itB continuance is, an intolerable burden, but no
one dares to drep it because it is "tho old custom."
?J The Bangkok Recorder of September 20th contains
'descriptions of the burning en- that day of two
.Blomese nobles, one a brother of the Prime Minis
- ter of the kingdom, who died June ll, and the
other a half-brother, who died a few weeks later.
During all the intervening time, the bodies had
lain in state in their respective hom ea. Tho whole
period had been occupied itt costly preparations
for the ceremony. On a platform about eight feet
from the ground had been erected a pyramid six?
teen feet high, surmounted by a splendid urn
highly ornamented and gilt. Over this was an
immeneo and lofty white canopy, open at the four
sides. The whole was profusely decorated with
'flowers and fancy articles. . ?' ? .
On tho day of the funeral the pyramid was
ohi?fly removed, and a pile of firewood built in its
place, on which the bodies wore placed. The ac?
''Within tho enclosure on two sides of the dome
were seated priests, princes, noblemen, &c. On
another tide were the female mourners and friends,
together with nearly all the European ladieB resid?
ing in the city. On the fourth Bide, where His
Majesty was to approach the dome, weie thc Eu?
ropean gentlemen comprising mariners, mer?
chants, consuls, clergymen, etc. Without the en?
closure on all aides were vast* multitudes of both
sexes and of ali classes.
.. ' "The hom of 5 o'clock P. M. had now arrived,
which was the time appointed for the ignition of
the funeral pile. Presently the royal heralds an?
nounced the approach of the King by their tnim
. pets and conch-shells. AU eyes were consequent?
ly turned to tho quarter at which his Majesty was
to enter, and a few strains of 'Clod save the King,'
from the braes band, introduced him very quietly
" into th? presence of the dead, where he seated
himself, wtth a large number of his children, be
, jfcr? ten or a dozen Buddhist priests arranged in a
Une sitting on a carpet. These went through with
certain rehearsals and incantations for the dead,
barely audible; but not' to be understood, while
his Majesty poured sacred water from a little tea?
pot into a basin, it being a symbol of blessings
craved for the departed spirits* as well as for all
the remaining friends.
"The Bereen which had hidden the dismantling
and humiliation of the bodies on the wood was
_ now drawn aside. His Majesty then snapped an
" instrument peculiarlo the Siamese, which ignited
a little powder, and this a taper, which the King,
having ascended the steps, applied to the funeral
pile. Immediately the nearest mourneis stepped
up and placed each his wax candle and sandal
sticks under the wood; and then tho princes and
lords, in rapid succession, did the same; until all
order of rank was lost in the desire to manifest tho
Bame respect for the dead before the flames should
become foo hot to admit of approach. The Aro in?
creased with unusual rapidity.
t^Sbere was no outburst of grief, but manifestly
silent, solemn weeping among some of tho mourn?
ers. Wo could not but weep with them when wo
considered that they wero weening without ono
ray of tho glorious hopes which tho Gospel affords
to them who bclievo in Him who ia tho resurrec?
tion and thc life."
Tae San Francisco Bulletin, speaking of tho
occupation ol* the Mexican port of Mazatlan by tho
republican forces, says : "Prior to tho imperial
occupation of Sinaloa and the other northwestern
States of Mexico, American capital and enterprise
wero rapidly embarking in mining and agricvdtural
works. Now mines had boon discovered and old
ones ro-openod; machinorv had boen introduced to
develop them thoroughly:" cotton plantations had
beenstockod; much California energy had been
infused into tho channels of local business, and
the line of steamers running between San Francis?
co and Mazatlan was becoming insufficient to
accommodate the growing traffic Tho French
invasion rodolv checked the advantageous trade
growing up between the two countries. Mining
was generally suspended, capital was withdrawn,
and the shipment of goods was greatly reduced,
although the ports of entry were jtill open to our
ve3sols under certain restrictions. With tho res?
toration of republican rule, not again to be inter?
rupted in all probability, we shall ere loug see a
lively resumption of commercial intercourse bc
twoen San Francisco and the western Mexican
ports, but particularly with Mazatlan.
E craopE rs 1817 AND 18C7.-Messrs. Macmillan &
Co., the London publishers, in announcing the
"St-desman's Year Book", for 4 8G7 make an inter?
esting tabular comparison between the state of Eu?
rope m 1817 and 1867. The half century has extin?
guished three kingdoms, ono grand duchy, eight
duchies, iour principalities, one electorare and four
republics. Three now kingdoms have arison, and
one kingdom hus boen transformed into an ernjrire.
There are now fortv-one States in Europe, against
fifty-nine which existed in 1817. It may be re?
marked that the nineteen grand dukes and dukes
and princes ot1867 will be much less ducal and
princoly (thanks to one Bismarck) than the thirty
two who ruled in 1817. Not less remarkable is the
territorial extension of the superior States of tho
world. Bussiaha8 annexed 5G7,364 square mile?;
the United States, 1,9G8,009; Franco, 4020; Prussia,
29,781. Sardinia, expanding into Italy, haB in?
creased by 83,041. The Indian Empire has been
augmented by 451,610. Tho principal States that
have lost territory aro Turkey, Mexico, Austria,
Denmark, tho Netherlands.
The citizens of Lincoln, one of tho richest coun?
ties in Tonnessee, aro making activo efforts to
build a railroad from Fayetteville to Huntsville,
Alabama, so as to bring themselves in direct com?
munication with Mempnis via tho Memphis and
Hie Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS, )
CHARLESTON. Wednesday Evening, January 9. J
There was a better dem and for the staple, and while
there was no quotable improvement in prices, the mar
tot was decidedly firmer. Purohassrs took about 500
bales, viz : ll at 29; 30 at 29>,' ; 42 at 30; 46 at 30J?; 68 at
31; 17 at 31X: 93 at 32; 6 at 32>?; 141 at 33; 55 at 34. We
An gusta Market.
AUGUSTA, January 8--The inclemency of the weather
during tho past week almost suspended the goneral busi?
ness of the city, eave in cotton from the warehouses.
The favorable accounts up to Saturday from Liverpool,
caused a steady advance up to-S5.J? cents for good mid?
dlings. In bonds, stocks and securities, but little was
done since the collections of dividend from the National
Bank and coupons from the bonds of the city of Augusta,
State of Georgia, Montgomery and West Point, Georgia,
and East Tennessee and Georgia Railroads.
GOLD AND SU^VKO-The market closed with an upward
tendency, Brokers buying gold at 133 hi, and selling at
135; Sil ."cr-buying at 128 and selling at 132.
EXCHANGE-The National Bank checks at par; out-door
rates, ,li to >-? discount Time bills are sold at Hi off
for thirty days, and 2hi per cent off for sixty days, in
COTTON.-The past week has been one of remarkable
activity, and on Wednesday last there was great compe?
tition in the market, tho prices ruled high. This con?
dition prevailed up to Saturday noon, when the market
gradually eased off, and we, to-day, continue quotations
of that date, although Bales are barely effected at the
COTTON STATEMENT . FOB ADGUSTA A2TO HAMBUJIQ.
Stock on hand Sept lat, 1866.bales 9,588
Received since last statement.6,181
Exported since hut statement..'..4.474
Stock on hand Jan. 8th, 1867. 17.97S
SAVANNAH, January 8.-COTTON-Ia steady to-day ai
prices ranging principally from 29 to S3 .l4'c. The follow?
ing are the quotations derived from actual sales:
Good Ordinary, Savannah.30 (???30 hi
Low Middling, Savannah.31 hi?
According to Now York classification, cotton may bc
.quoted ae follows:
Sales to-day amount to about 400 bales, at above quota?
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, January 4.-COTTON.-The roarke!
opened to-day with a fair promise for heavy operations,
but tho movement was restricted ot an early hour by
tho higa pretensions of factors, and the business through?
out bia been materially rotard od by tho same impedi?
ment. Offerings, though not excessive, were ample tor
all legitimate purposes, but despite the favorable tenor
of advices from Liverpool and New York, buyers could
not be induced to pay high ur prices. The opening ask?
ing rates wore generally ful.y hie per lb, and in excep?
tional casos J? a lc per lb abov s yesterday's figures, but
as the day advanced and buyers still appeared to bc in?
exorable, relaxed and fell back 'o yesterday's closing
rates, when some 5000 bales soon ch.-aged hands at these
quotations, which we repeat with tho remark that tho
mar Icc t closed very firm, with a decidedly upward ten?
dency, viz; Ordinary 28 a 29c, good ordinary 30 a 31c,low
middlin? 32 a 33c, and middling 3ic, Liveryiol classifi?
The total Bales for the week amounted to 35,b00 bales,
against 24,800 bales last wee c, and 35,800 bales tho woek
before. Tho net receipts for thu week summed up 2C.18G
I bales, against 29,301 bales last week, and 36,451 bales tho
week provious. The aggregate exports for tho week
comprised 33,181 bales, against 26,219 bales last week, and
13,631 bales tho week previous, and the stock on hand
and on shipboard not cleared thia evening is 218,800
bales, against 228,206 bales last week, and 223,161 bales
at the eloBe of the previous week. Tho exports for thc
week included 333 bales for Baltimore, 997 bales for Ma?
laga. 1116 bales for .BrcmeD. 2567 bales for New Yi rk,
6250 bales for Boston, G407 bales for Havre, and 15,601
bales for Liverpool.
COMPABATTVK STATEMENT OP OTTON AT THIS PORT FOn
THE PAST TWO WEEE8.
December 29...bales..4,50C|Deicmber 22...balee..4.C78
December 30..'..2,138|Pdcember 23.1,773
December 31.0,002 December 24.7,532
January 1.2,744|December 25.2,610
January 2.4.398|Docombor 26.4,620
January 3.4,143 Dooember 27.3,138
January 4.2,824) December 28.6,7rtG
Rec'vod from Mobile,
??.Fla. and Texas. 571
Total net receipts....26.186
Decrease this week_3,115
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st I860.bales-102,139
Received since yesterday. 2,820
- , , 471,247
Exported slnco yesterday. 833
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared.218,806
Tho exporta this evening are exclusively for Havre.
New Tork Dry Goods Market.
The New York Independent of the 8d lust, says of dry
Business is lesa active, as usual, during stocktaking
and settling books. The year is dosing under very im?
proved prospects for the spring trade. There is ICBS
business this week in alniobl every branch, but prices
are much firmer, and after the first week in January a
gradual improvement is anticipated to commence.
Standard brown sheetings and shirtings are steady at
quotations, with a light stock. Bleached goods show
more activity sinoo tho last and recent reduction in
price. Stocks are large. Drills aro in restricted de?
mand, with an increased stock on Hand; quotations
are nominal. The finest grades of Canton flannels
are in demand and firm; lower grados tho reverse.
Stripes are more active. Ticks are in moro, moderate re?
quest Denims are now Inquired for, and are looking up.
Prints aro quiet StockB are light for the season,
and the prices firm. Mona lin s-delalne are active,
and new styles are much sought for at sellers' own
prices. Coburgs sell freely in small lots to ' suit
and aro steady in price. Low and medium guides
broadcloths sell more at the recent reduction, and tho
flue grades without any reduction. Qnssimeres are very
dui! and heavy; quotations are, therefore, but nominal.
The lower grades are being pressed for sale at lower
prices. Satinets arc without activity and can be bought
to advantage. Linscys aro only wanted in very small
parcels. Flannels move slowly, and are irregular in
price. Blankets are duh and lo wer for large salos. Foreign
goods are very dull. An carly activity is anticipated for
spring goods after the first week in January, especially lu
fine silks and all Englua and French dress goods of good
style, which have become Indispensable among our rich
classes, the members of which are becoming moro nume?
rous rapidly. Som o time of ?Li ?ll cul ry is, however, looked
for among the croakers ; yet any temporary chock or lull
is not to be considered hurtful; u spuring consumption
of goods at one time is Mire to bo followed hy a lavish
consumption at another, and the area of trade is fast ex?
tending from season to season. Every dealer who docs
not trade beyond his capital is safe aud sure to do well.
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
437 bales Cotton, 22 bales Mdze, 12 casks Clav, 13 cars
Timber, 2 cars Stock, 1 charterod Car, and Sundries. To
J & W H Armstrong, lt R Agent J Fraser 4: Co, P Mul?
ka!, A J Salinas, Holmes & Stoney, Goldsmith & Son, T
B Taylor, Bollmann Bros, C H Moise, G W Williams ii
Co, J B E Sloan. Gen Tyler. F C Mey. E J Wiss ft Co. O
H Walter & Co, Gaillard tte Minott M Winostock, WUlia &
Chisolm, E H Rodgers & Co. W C Courtney ? Co, E L
Trenholm. A Brill, J R Blacklock, J H Steinmeyer, J A: J
D Kirkpatrick, H Kuck. J F Taylor & Co, G H Iugraham,
Cart Kopff -v Jervoy, Adams, Frost & Co.
Per ete&niHhip Saragossa, from New York-W Horar,
C F Walder, F Winter, J D Potter and lady, J O Keir, B
B Blewitt EI Godrio, Mrs 8 T Fowles. Miss D A Beldon,
Miss E Gould, Miss M G Putnam, Miss W S Leets, I)
Barucb, J Brewster, W H Jacoby, N W Dodgo and lady,
J H Betts, and 4 in steerage.
Per steamer Dictator, froui Jacksonville, Palatku,
Fernandina, and Savannah-Dr Service, J W F Kine. G
Brown, lady and 3 children. J Tinge, F Diaz, L Stroblc,
Dr J Harrison. A Vanderbilt Dr J S Bauknight, P Leit
ncr, A Crase, J M Miller, B Cameron, W T Chcevcs. P G
Chappell, H T Thompson, C W Horsey, Miss Sarah Cla
riall, Col Hoffman, J A J Roney, Miss S Laura, L Lea
man. H Steiuborger, T McDaniel, J F Parrott, T D Jou?e,
J Welch and lady, G T Little, W R Bogga, A Chisolm, S
Laurence, and 18 on deck.
Per steamer W W Frazier, from Edisto-Miss Mitch?
ell, Mrs S T Austin, Misa Reeves, J S Wbalev, E Whnlcv,
Dr E M Jenkins, S H Jenkins. N L Wescott, F Recd. W
E Reeves, Major J H Long. Lieut S P Joselyn, W S Lee,
fjr J L Lee, J R Wilson, F W Luduvici, Major McBlair,
Sol W L M Burger, Major R H Jenkins, J Eddings, and
25 on deck.
PHASES OF THE NOON.
Kew M. 5tU, Th. lom. cvou I Full M. 20th, 2h. lGm. even
First Q. 13tb,llh.l4ni.iuorn j Last Q. 27th, Oh. Cm. morn
RISES: I SETI".
PORT OP CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday v
Steamship Saragossa, Crewel!, New York, C5 hours.
Mdzo. To Ravenel & Co, B B Agent, Soathorn Ex?
press Co. J E Adger & Co, D A Arame, Adams, Frost k
Co, Adam?, Damon & Co, J Apple, C N Averill & Son, J
D Aiken * Co, M Bolger, H Bischoff & Co, J R Bigelow,
W M Bird fe Co. J Barry, Bissell fe Co, J E Boyleston A
Co, T M Bristoll, Bart fe Wirt, Bollmann Bros, Brown fe
Hyer, B M Butler, Bogert, Denny ii Co, E Bates fe Co, J
B Betts. L Cohen, L Chopin, T M Cater. Cohen, Hanckul
fe Co, U S Coaimissioncr, W H Chafco, Cameron, Barkley
k Co, G W Clark k Co, Chisolm Bros. CampbeU & Hig?
gins J Commins, B D"ory, E J Dawson k Co, Douglas tc
Jackson, Deighen k Baker, G DeSibourg, H Daly, J B
Duval 4: Son, J & F Dawson, H Ejponbaoh, Ferguson lt
Holmes, J Flaum, Furchgott & Bro, Fraser k Dill, I L
Falk A: Co. B Feldman. C Fremdor, B Foley, P Fogarty A
Co, Gruber & Martin, B W Galo & Co, J M Greor, Good
kop k Bcuthner, J H Graver, ll Gerdts k Co, F Horsey,
W P Hall, J H Hillen, A H Haydon, G A Hoploy k Co, G
H Hoppock. H Harris, N A Hunt, Holmos' Book Store, D
Jouiiin'-B, C H Johnston, C L Kornahrcna, H W Kins?
man H Klatte k Co, Klinck, Wickenberg k Co, King &
Casttidey, J P Keip, W Kinsman, L Keuecko, W H EiJd,
T Lawless, K Lawless. 0 Litschgi, Lauroy & Alexander,
S LaTorre, J O Matthews, X Murphy, P Meitzler. Man
toue k Co, C H Moise. J M Martin, lt H McDowell k Co,
C Mordsen, D Maguire. Melchers & Muller, McLoy &
Rice, Macullar, Williams k Parkor. C Matthews, Muller
k Nimitz, s U Marshall, J B More?lo, W Marschor, Mehr
tcnB k Wohltmaun, M Marks, J B McElhoae, B O'NciU. J
' C Ojeman, J F O'Neill k Son, Olney k Co, D O'Neill A
Son, J Purcell, C P roppcnhcim, K E Pennal, J Bells, E
H Rodgers k Co, Bavenol A Barnwell, G W Stehens k Co,
Screveu k Nisbot, Shephord k Cohen, H Stondor, J E
Spear L Schnoll & Co, A Sumner, Shockolford k Fraser,
E B Stoddard A: Co, M A Taiinlunson, W J Trim, T Tup?
per fe Sons, O Tiedeman, W G Trott, J B Togni, Thurston
it Holmes, U?orbardt & Campeen, C Voigt, Wogcnor,
Heath it Monacos, J Wr.lkor, Wurhmaun k Lillienthal,
Wohlburn ? Stelling, W G Whilden fe Co, G W Williams k
Co, Wood k Bros, J B Wiltbergor, White k Mixer, Wor?
ner fe Ducker, WiUi3 it Chisolm, G W Walter & Co, H E
Young, W F Paddon, W Bosch, C Kooster, J Rughcimor,
W F Huger.
Steamship Whirlwind, Fargo, Philadelphia-left 6th
inst. Mdze. To H F Baker A Co, J M Groor, It B Agent,
Cameron, Barkley fe Co, Mrs Ann Boss, Shiolos fe Com?
mins, Agent Florida 8teaoor. Gruber fe Martin, Camp?
bell fe Crano, J M Eason A Bro, J Thompson fe Co, B
O'Nc?l. Smith fe Towor, r Hurkomp fe Co, Bollmann
Bros, Klinck, Wlckcnber" fe Co, J E Adgor fe Co, F F
Chapeau, W B Horiott, J J? hnson, J Bussell, C G Mem
mlnger, C F Panknin, O N' Averill fe Son, J Truall, Fer?
guson fe Holmes, Kisloy A ? !rei?hton, L Drucker, Lauroy
fe Aloxander, A Longnick, ? P. Pringle, W Brookhonks, H
T Peake, Shepherd fe Cob* t?,LF Meyer, J Cosgrove, J A
Armstrong fe Co, Johnson li Echoie, W A Hornsey k Co,
R Brice fe Son, Pratt A' Wilson Bros, OW Williams fe Co,
L Chapiu fe Co, H Gerdts k Co, T M BristeU fe Oo, Dou?
glass i: Miller, Holmos fc Calder, J C Dial, W Roach, J
Hopkinson, Jeffords & Co, B O'Ned', E N Fuller. J J Mc
Cartor, J D Aikon A Co. Hort k Co, C Ring, J Small &
Co, J O Cochran, R D White. M B Lang, D Risley, O P
Poppenheim, D Paul fe Co, Carrington fe Co, Order, and
Steamer Dictator, Coxotter, Palntka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah. 130 bales Cotton, 9 boros
Mdze, 14 bblB Oranges. 44 Cow Hides. To J D Aiksn fe
Co, L J Milnor, Mottet, Huchet fe Co, Hunt Bros, Pinck
ney Bros, G W Williams fe Co, J fe J D Kirkpatrick, Scrc
ven fe Nisbet, J Tames, J A Enslow fe Co, Southern Ex?
press, Adams, FroBt & Co, Cohen, Hr.nckel fe Co.
Steamer W W Frazier.-Torront, Lidiato. 33 bales S I
Cotton. To C L Gulllcaume, Roper fe Btoney, J G Mof?
fatt, Gibbes fe Co, T L Webb, Little k Marshall, and
Cleared for this Port.
Sehr Paragon, Shute, at New York, Jan 5.
Ship News hy Telegraph.
THOM THIS POBT.
Steamship Granada. Harrison, at New York, Jan 9.
Steamship Geo B Upton, CrowoU, at Boston, Jan 9.
CLEARED FOB THIS TORT.
Steamship Falcon, Reed, st Baltimore, Jon 9. '
Sehr N Parton,-, at New York, Jan 9.
SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Steamship Moneka, Lebby, from New York, Jan 9.
LIST OF VES9ELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
The Deodota, Marcusson, cleared.Dec 8
I Tho Gladstone, Evenson, sailed.?.Doc 29
Tho Yumurri, Thompson, Boiled.Nov 5
I The Tecumseh, Spinaglc, cleared.Nov 17
The Paul Maria,-, sailed.Oct G
' "' CARDENAS. ?
j Bark Mary Bello Boborts, Burney, soiled.Doc 5
< Br'.; Anna D Torrey,-. up.Dec 17
? 8chr B K Vaughan, Howell, cleared.Doc 21
S i cam shin Moneka, Lcbby, sailed.Jan 9
Brig F H Lorrabee, Carlisle, up.Jon 4
Brig Abby Watson,-.cleared.Dec 7
Sehr J E Daily, Wall, up.Dec 27
Sehr D B Worner, Adams, up.Jan 4
Scbr Lilly,-, up.Jan 7
SehrDespoch,--, up....Jan 7
Sehr Paragon, Shute, cloarod.Jan G
Bark Fannie K Shaw. Shaw, cleared.Dec 28
Sehr Bichard Vaud, Powell, cleared.Doc 10
Steamship Falcon, Recd, cleared_.'.Jon 9
Sehr Ida L Richardson. Bedel up.Dec 28
Sehr Fleetwood, Gardner, up.Dec 25
Sehr Jonas Sparks, Caruthors, cleared.Dec 30
. Sehr J E Daly,-, cleared.Dec 30
Sehr Wm Arthur, Andrews, up.Dec 31
Sehr Azo oda, Laura, lip.'.Jon 2
NOTICE ! NOTICE ! NOTICE !
GLORIOUS NEWS !
ALA VILLE DE PARIS,
291 KING STREET,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN OF CHARLESTON AND
VICINITY aro polit.ly invited to call at the
FRENCH STORE before purchasing elsewhere, as tho
undersigned have Just received from France, England
and GerrnrmyT imormation of a large shipment of
SPRING GOODS; therefore, to make room for thc new
arri .-al, we offer,
FOR 30 DAYS ONLY,
OUR ENTIRE STOCK IT COST !
CARPETING REDUCED IO PER CENT.
CHEAPER. ~ i
We invito our old and new.customers to examino our
present prices and stock. No trouble to show goods, ss
the proprietor wdl eoe that every ono will bo served
BLOCK &, LOYNS.
January K tuths3
'JL' IEEE -LU
IS THE BEST F ASHLY SEWING MACHINE
IN THE WORLD.
IT 13 THE EASIEST OPERATED; THE LEAST COM?
PLICATED, and tho least Mable to get out or order.
It makes FOUR DIFFERENT STITCHES: Lock,?not,
Doublo Lock and Doublo Knot; each stitch perfect and
aliko on both aides of the fabric. ,
Tho work will feed either to tho right or loft without
stopping tho machine.
It wiU Braid, Tuck, Quilt, Cord, Hem, Fell, Bind,
Gather and Stitch on a Ruffle at thc samo time, and do all
kinds of Stitching required by Families and Manufac?
It runs easily, and is almost noiseless.
It is the most rapid sower in the world, making five
Btitclies to each revolution.
It uses tho same size threads ou both aides of tho
It oils no dresses, all its machiuory hoing on top of tho
Its tension is sou-adjusting, and hence uot liable lo
break Ibo thread.
T H E
MACHINES may be .icen iu operation at HAYDEN'S
JEWELRY STORE, corner of Kin? and Hasel streets,
where thu truth of thc above will be demonstrated to oil
who may call.
In every District in Ibo State, tn whom liberal induce?
ments will be offered.
For further information, call on, or address
C. W. DENNIS fe CO..
General Agents for South Carolina.
: -"- SHIPPING.
FOR ASTWBRP^THE SPANISH
vBrig JOVEN JOSE, Frodua Master, having
^becn thoroughly, repaired, will proceed to
?above named port For freight engagement of
balance of ber cargo, apply to P. J. ESN ARD,
January 10 - ' 4_Boyce k Co/s Wharf
FOR LIVERPOOL-.--THIS Al
k American ship "NEREUS," H. N. NicklesMas
' ter, hos a portion of her cargo engaged, and
. will have quick dispatch for the above port.
For further Freight engagements apply to
WILLIS k CHI90LM.
January 1_North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR LIVERPOOu.-THE NEW
*and strictly Al Amorican Bark TOSO ANO,
i Charles N. Delano Master, of small capacity,
?has a large portion of her cargo engaged, and
will hov o dispatch for the shove port.
For balance of Freight engagements apply to
STREET BROTHERS k CO.,
December 29 No. 74 East Bay.
FOR LIVERPOOL.-THE SPLEN?
DID lost Bailing ship "SCREAMER," S. Toting
master, has a large portion of her cargo engag?
ed and going aboard. . . -
For further Freight engagements, apply to
W. B. SMITH A CO.,
December 24 Union Bank Building.
FOR BOSTON.-THE FINE NEW
schooner RALPH CARLETON, Capt Herring
> ton. wantc the bulk of 200 bales of Cotton to nil
?mp, and will sail this week.
For engagements apply to OLNEY k CO.
January 7 ?.
WANTED.-A SLOOP OF ABOUT IS
' cords capacity wanted to go up Cooper River tor
y wood. Apply at DAILY NEWS office, or st
C. N. AVERILL k 80N*S,
November 2 No. 70 East Bay.
FOR NORTH AND SOUTH EMS
TO AND ROCKVILLE.
OAPT. JOS. F. TORRENT,
WILL LEAVE ATLANTIC WHARF AS ABOVE, ON
Friday, 11th inst, at 8 o'clock, A. M.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
Corner East Bay and Atlantic Wharf.
AU Freight payablo on wliarf. 1 January 10
VIA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MARY'S, FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON THE 8T. JOHN'S. RIVER A9
FAR AS PALATEA. .
THE FINE STEAMER
CAPTAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
WILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF OI?
every Wednesday Morning, at 8 o'clock precisely
?3TFrelgbt received daily and stored freo of charge.
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or at the ol
ace of JOHN MAHONEY, JR., 48 East Bay,
November 13 Above Craig, Tuomey k Co's.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WA VERL!
MILLS, AND LANDINGS ON THE WAC
C AMA AV AND BLACK RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt BUAC DAVI
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVER
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'cIocl
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THUR9DA
and SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received dally, and stored free of charge.
For Freight and Passage, spply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agents,
January 3 _Accommodation Wharf.
CHARLESTON AND CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STE.BIER8
THE NEW SPLENDID . IRON STEAMER
Z- IB- VANCE,
CAPT. CHAS. McGABEY,
CAPT. W. T. GARRISSON.
fTTHE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RU
JL regularly between Charleston and Camden; th
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, tm
tho "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camdoi
Freight for all landings on the San iee and Waten
Rivers will be received at all timos, and stored tree <
charge at No. ll Exchange street. All freight sbippo
by this lins is covered by insurance. ,
For further information or freight engagements, np pl
to tho undersigned. JAMES BROWNE.
Exchange street Charleston,
BROCK k BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30_C. BELL. Camdon.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA REAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
8teamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MONELTI
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. RicnAsnsoi
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLE3TO?
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wcdnei
da}*, Friday and Saturday moro inga, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday an
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
Tho BUZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wodno!
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fr
Tho Pilot Roy will touch at BlufTton on her Monda
trip from Charleston, and hor Wednesday trip from St
Freight received daily and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON k HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHORN ft CUNTNGHAM. Agents
N. B.-Thc Steamers of this Linc connect at Charleato:
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and ti
Savannah with Control and Albany and Gulf Railroads an
Florida steamers. January 2
BRIDGES & LANE,
MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS TN
RAILROAD AND CAIteFINDINGS,
Machinery of Every Dcscrlntf on.
TAFT'S PATENT ROLLING LEVER SHEARS
Vo. 5? Courtland-st., corner of Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, WHEELS, CHAIRS, SF IK ES,
Bolts, Nuts, Washers, Cor, Sliip and Bridge Bolts,
(ron Forgings of various kinds, kc, kc
STEEL AND RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
Gatton Duck for Car Covers, Brass and Silver Trimmings,
Bolting of all kinds, Baggage Checks, kc, kc
Also. Agents lor the manufacturers of CAR HEAD
ALB Lill 33 TEG ES.TCLL C LANE.
.NO ?wn be:;! ' i*t?#*!pc
ENGINE LATHES, PLANERS,
DIPBOVED CAJI WHEEL BOXES,
MACHIMSTS* TOOLS OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
Works at Worcester, Mass.
OFFICE AND WAREROOM, No. 2*22 PEABL ST.,
December 18 6mo .
A SPLENDID MILL SEAT.. LARGE WATER-POW
J\. ER, WITH A DAM COMPLETE, is offered GRATIS
to any one that, would build thorson a COTTON FAC?
TORY. It is situated in the finest Cotton District in the
State, and convenient to the South Carolina Railroad.
" Apply to MOWRY k CO.,
November 8 th Charleston.
FOR NEW TORK.
THE PINE STEAMSHIP
WANTS THREE HUNDRED BALES COTTON TO
complete her cargo, and will leave South Atlan?
tic Wharf, BB above, on Friday, 11th January, at 4
For freight engagements apply to
WHITE & PAINE, Agenta,
January 9 South Atlantic Wharf.
1000 TONS BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTER,
TT7TLL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVEK?
W FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for Ulis port.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office ol
J. D. AIKEN b CO., ARCUta,
January'0 thf 8 .nth Atlantic Wuarf.
FOR PALATKA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA, JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
" X) I O T -A. TOE,"
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER.
ON AND AFTER THE 2CTH OCTOBER, THIS FINI
SHIP will soil from Middle Atlantic Wharf, ever;
Iriday Night, at 10 o'clock, for the above places.
All freight must bo paid here by shippers.
Gangs of >'egroes wll be tikcn to tho abore points bi
the St John's River at $5 each. Children under toi
years of ago freo. Horses and Mules at reduced rates,
45? Country papers advertising "tho DICTATOR" wll
please discontinue their notices and send account to tb
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to th
Azencv, S:uth Atlantic '.Viinn. thf Jans a'y 10
NATIONAL STEAM NAYIGATI0?
STEAMERS WEEKLY TO AND FROM NEW YOE!
rE SPLENDID FIRST-CLASS LEON STEAMSHIP
of this lino leave Now York every Saturday, froi
Plor No. 47 North River.
Skip. Tont. Commander.
An experienced Surgeon on each ship, free of charge
Stoerago Passage Tickets to bring persons from Live
pool or Queenstown for $35, currency, can be obtained i
Through paasago to Paris, London, Antwerp, Han
burg, Bremen, .tc., at low rates. v
Tl ATE G OF PA88AOE, PAYABLE IK CTTRREKCT:
To Liverpool or Queenstown.$100 $30.
For freight or passage, apply to
STREET BROTHERS lt CO..
Pcntcrrher I hu?i"'' ...'r^Hir
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FR031
BY SAELING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALS
SPLENDID MALL STEAMERS,
Sailing evory WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and froi
Great R?duction in Fare to
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain an
Ireland at the very lowest ratea.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have the
baggago removed Free, and every care bestowed on then
For Passage ?tc, apply to M. M. QUINN,
No. 627 Kmc street, charleston, b. ..
Fenruorv '?7 in
South Carolina Railroad Com pain
AND OF THE
Southwestern Railroad Bank.
rE ANNU>L MEETING OF THE STOCKHOLDER!
of the above Institutions, will be held in the City o
Charleston, on the Second Tuesday In February next, th
12th day of t .at month.
Place bf Meeting-Hall of tho Southwestern Railroai
Bank, on Broad street
Hour of convening-ll o'clock A. M.
On tho day following-Wednesday, the 13th-ther
will bo an election held at the same placo, between th
hours of 9 A. M. and 3 P. M., for FIFTEEN DIRECTOR!
OF THE RAILROAD COMPANY, and THIRTEEN DI
RECTORS OF THE BANK.
A commlttco to vorify proxies wilt.attend.
Stockholders will be passed, aa usual, ovor the Roai
to and from tho meeting, free of charge, in accordant-'
with the Resolution of tho Convention of 1854.
At this meeting will bo taken up for action, accordini
to rulo, tho following proposed additional By-Law:
"Tho Board shall bold four quarterly nicotines clurin^
the year, end such meetings as shall bc specially collei
by the President; and in the interval of the mcotingi
there sholl bo an Executive Committee, who shall be au
thorized to conduct tho business of the Company. Thi
said Committee to consist of the members resident ii
Charleston. J. R. EMERY, Secretary.
Ja uary 3 tb6 5
SHORTEST, QUICKEST AND ONLY DIRECT ROUTI
Tune through by Express Train to Now York 44 houre.
Tickets pood by either ol'tho three following Routes :
RICHMOND AND WASHINGTON
BAY LINE AND BALTIMORE
"NORFOLff AND DELAWARE.
Baggage checked through to any point.
Tickets good uutil used.
S. S. SOLOMONS,
Dece Lber 29 Sup't
SOUTHERN ENTERPRISE !
SOUTHERN CAPITAL ! SOUTHERN LABOR
GEORGIA SOAP ALCHEMICAL WORKS,
BRUNS & BEE, No. 78 East Bay,
SOLE AGENTS FOE CIIAlilESTON, S. C.
HAVING BEEN APPOINTED AGENTS FOR THE
above works, we are prepared to furnish the Trade
.with SOAP at the same price AS could be obtained from
the works direct We guarantee this Soap to bc equal to
any in the market Give it a trial, and wc are certain that
you will agree with us. Imo su January 7
THOS. E..| A.C3-3STE-W,
?fPOBTSB ANO DEALS n TS
Fine) CbrocarlM, Chole* Teats, ?lo., -cte,, .
WM. m A Xi GREEN WI CE- 87.. COR. OF * UR OJ ?
THOMAS J. FLACK & SONS,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
'a IWIMiiL/iJr, . JUiii El Wt)
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A LARGE STOCK OF THE FINEST GRADES OF
OLD MONONGAHELA, RTE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRICES.
November 8 th*ta 3moa
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
LEVY & ALEXANDER'S .
Wholesale and Retail Clothing Establishment,
No. 275 KING STREET,
A. F. BROWNING'S OLD STAND.
HAVING NOW ODE FULL STOCK OF WIN TEE GOODS ON HAND, AND HAVING JUST SEDUCED OUH
prices, we would call the attention of the citizens of Charleston and merchants in the country to tho lame,
which we are prepared to dispose of at the cheapest and most reasonable rates in town. Wo have constantly on
hand a large assortment of fine BLACK CLOTH 1'BOOK COATS, FINE BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, OVERCOATS (of
all descriptions), FANCY CASSIMEEE SUITS, &c, ic, and a huge and well selected supply cf PLANTATION
GOODS, in thc shape of cheap SATINET 8UTTS, cheap COATS, VESTS and PANTS," -:
We would also call the attention of the public to our large supply of
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For fall and winter wear, which have been selected with care and attention, and which we would moat respectfully 7.
request them to Inspect before going elsewhere. Together with a large and well assorted stock of MEN'S and
BOYS* HATS and CAPS, and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
LEVY & AIEXAOTER:
P.S. Being desirous of closing out our stock of BOOTS and SHOES, we oiler there to the public ai rates thai cann o
bo surpassed in town. . . :
P. 3. Mr. F. C. MILLER would be happy to see his friends again si the above place.
December 18 ?nth? W
TODD & RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS,
Office andi Works, Paterson, Kew Jersey.
WAREHOUSE, No. 4 DEY STREET, H. Y. "
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT?
ABLE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS; Flax,
Hemp, Tow, On kum and Rope Machinery; Shafting,
MRI Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings ol all Tri nels;
Latches, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
Boring Machined; Gear Cutters; Centreing, Milling and
Bolt Catting Machines; Chucks of all lands; Leather
and Bubher Belting; Lace Leather, Belt Hooks, And
General Supplies for Railroads and other Machine Shops;
Judson A Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cotton
Gins, Presses, Ac, constantly on hand.
TODD & RAFFERTY, '
March 20 ly No. 4 Dey street, N. Y.
MANHOOD AND THE VIGOR OF YOUTH
restored in four weeks, by Dr. RICORD'S ESSENCE
OF LITE. Dr. Ri cord (of Paris), after years of earest so?
licitation, has at length acceded to the earnest requests
of tho American public, and appointed au Agent in New
York for the sale of his valued and highly-prized Essence
or Life. This wonderful agent wUl restore manhood to
the most shattered constitutions, whether arising from
excesses, the effects o? climate,'or natural causes. The
timo required to euro tho most Inveterate case is four
weeks; and if used according to printed instructions,
which oro very simple, failure is impossible. This life
restoring remedy should bo taken by<all about to marry,
os its effects are permanent, lt is acknowledged by the
medical press to be tho greatest discovery ever made.
Its developing powers sro miraculous. Success in every
Lease is as certain os that ocien ce overthrows ignorance.
Dr. Ricord's Essence of Life la sold in cases, with ftdl in?
structions for use, at $3, or four quantities in one for 89,
and will be sent to any part, carefully packed, on receipt
of reraittsnco to his accredited agent _ -\.
March 23 ly No. 34 Liberty street New York.
JSTTHE SALE OP THE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS is without precedent in tho history of the world.
There is no secret in the matter. They are at once the
most spesdy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Casca rilli
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, AnlseToioverbuds,' Orange-peel,
Snake-root Caraway, Coriander, Burdock, -
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
lio speakers, ind persons of literary habits and seden
tary life, who require free digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons sra certain to find
In those Bitters.what they have so long looked fer.
They purify, strengthen' and invigorate.
' They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven tbs mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fews.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach,
- They cur? Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Norvous Headache.
They are the best Bitters lu tile world. They make
tho weak mao drong, and ate exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. Csiro, Chaplain of tho 107th New
NIAS ACQUIA Cm?KS, March 4th, 1603.
Owlng|to the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion attor tho battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
cine. As article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DKAILE, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave me immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
me to jobi my regiment. * . ... ..* I have since seen
them used in many oases, and sm free to say, for hos?
pital or private purposes I know of nothing Uko them.
Bev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. N. E. GILD*, St Olslrsvuie, Ps.
GENTLEMEN:-You were kind enough, ou a forcer oc?
casion , TO send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters fer $3 60. My wife having derived so muc>i
benefit from the use of those Bitters, I desire .rr to
continue them, and you will please send iw cix bottles
more for the monoy enclosed,
lam, very truly, ..o rs,
N. E. GILA'-., Pastor Ger. Ref. Church,
BOLDJEUJ' HOME, SUPERINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CINCINNATI, OHIO, Jan. 16th, 1663, J
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
oar noble soldiers who slop hero, more or lass disabled
from various CSUSSB, and thu effect ls msrvoUous sud
Snell a predation as this la I heartily wish In every
family, lu every hospital, and ot hand on every battle |
flold. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent
Dr. W. A. CHILDS, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Re?
giment, writes:-"I wish ovary soldier hod a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They aro the most effective, per?
fect, and harmless tonio I ever used."
. * WnxAnD'B Horan, 1
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 22d, 1863.' J
GENTLEMEN:-We reqnlre another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, tho popularity n which dally in?
creases with the guests of our house, s>
SYKES, CHADWICK & 00.
?to. Ao. tc. ?so, bc
Be sure that every bottle bears the fac-sbnlle of our
signature on a steel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork.
P. E. DRAKE & CO,
No. 202 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by alliesoeotible Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, and co un try Hotel* J eaters,
?pru IJ Hi? tal vr
No. 54 Pine street,
October 15_ Smos
LOMBARD & CO.,
G OM MIS S ION MERCHANTS
AND IMF0BTEB8 AND DEALEB8 IN
NO. 13 LEWIS, AND NO. *9 T WHARF,
Advances made on Consignments of Rice and Cottco.
to our address. -
References, by remission : To Messrs. JAKES Anora
ft Go., Messrs. BTBEKT BBOTBEBS & Go., Oharlesion, S.
6mo8* October 1
7 'ML Tra?oma' ?'
fx* mm M EDICI
" Cures ;aH diseases teased br'
tWJf self-abuse, . Viz :~8permator'
KjTl ?j?j?k ?heft, &-r?u'?ai - IfiwineM,
Y/ICrfHXVk NtyAi - imtij?Df-.rf, Zo? tJ/
flBB^ G?AU Memory, Universal Lasst
? lude, Pain*inik? Back, bim*
? ?mSkr^*ess af J7*io\'-:-Premature
.fe^aHBPFlM^ 0W ^ C7'' Xerr.?*. Dij?
-OWB^r)cnfeJc"^ Breathing,.Pale Counte
*t- /*^tf*J*qa^ nanee, heartily, Conmmp
~Cv-iV^^ ;i('en, and all diseases that ful*
low aa a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.:
The Cherokee- Cure will rettore health and visor,
?ti ip the emissions, nod effect, a permanent : cure
after all other medicines Save tailed. Thirty-two
pago pamphlet sent in a aealed envelope, free to any
address. . . r f
Price |2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5. Sold
by all druggists; or wlll.be sent by expresa to any
portion of tho world, on receipt of price, by tba)
sole proprietor, t
Dr. W. E. MESwlk, 97 TTalier St., H. Y. -
Cures ail Urinary Com*
plaints, viz: Gravel, Inflam?
mation of Vu Bladder and
Kidney*, R?tention - af
Urin?, Stricture* of th?
Urcthra, Dropsical Swell?
ings, Brick 'Dust Deposits, *
and all diseases that require
a diuretic, and when usad is
conjunction with the '
does not fail to cure Gonorrhea, Gleet and all ?tu
cou* Discharges in Molo or Female, curing recent
caste in from one to three day*, and ia especially -
recommended lu those cases of Fluor Albus Of
White? in Female*. The two medicines used la
conjunction will not fall to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and in those cases where other medicines
have been used without success, -w
Price, Remedy, Ono Bottle, $2, Three Bottles,' 15.
** Injection, ? ? *2i tt. * |fc
The Chcrokco ? Cure," ? Remedy?* and." Injeo
turn" ore to be found in all well repu Isled crue
6tores, and aro recommended by phystdana and
druggists all over ibo wnrlil, for their Intrinsic worth
'and merit. Borne unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap aaa
worthless Compounds,-In order to make money
In place of these. Be not deceived. If the drug?
gists .will not buy them for yo;., wrlce to us, and we
will send them to you by exprese, securely packed
and free from observation, ff? treat all diseases to
which the human system ls subject, and will be
pleased to receive full and explicit statements from
those who have titled to receive relief heretofore.
Ladies or gentlemen can address us in perfect con?
fidence. We desire to send our thirty-two page
pamphlet-free to every lady and gentleman tn 'the
land Address all letters for pamphlet*,' medicines,
or ad vico, to the sole proprietor, (Jj.
? Dr. W. B. MEBWHr, 37 walker?t, H, X.
Mayal_ ; thituiyr
INDIA RUBBER GOODS.
Manufacturer cf and Sealer In every description of
INDIA RUBBER GOODS, v
WHOLESALE & RETAIL,
NO. 27 MAIDEN JASE, .
NET YO UK .
OctoVr 13_ .8moa
THE ESTET OKGAN,
FIB CHTJBOBES, SUNDAY-SCHOOLS, AND PA B
LOBS, with new and valuable improvements, giv?
ing extraordinary compass, variety, and a ?vee m ea* ot
tone. The crowning perfection la the VOX EUMANA
ATTACHMENT, a wonderful imitation or taft . syrup a*
thetlo sweetness of the human voice. ?ii?r aru itron gly
Indorsed by GEOBGE W. MOBO AV, WiLLIAal A.
KING, and others-the highest musical authority in the -
United States. Perfect aatiafaetlon guaranteed.
PIANOS of all gradea and style* tarnished at lowes
caa h prices.
GEO. G. SAXE & CO.,
NO. 117 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK.
August 10_' 6mo
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
TBS H OR nOSOTZD
GRAND AND HQUABB
Foll Iron Frame and Overstrung Bass,
MANUFAOTOBT AND WAREHOUSE .
Ho, 19 ? Weat Hooaton-street. Po.lt
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YOU K,
np HE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FI BM O*
X KRAUSHAAR t CO., aro practical Plano rosten,
and as such have had a large experience in connection
?Ith some oi the. beat Establishments in thia co un rrj
and Europe. Their J lan os are made not merely lea
teem, but ty them, at d under their un medirte personal
s aper vision, ano they Allow no Instrumenta to leave th sh
ficto ry and vase into the hands ef their patrons, andes*
they have a power, evenness, firmness and rouadneaa o)
tine, an elasticity of touch-without which so lustro.,
sent ought to be satisfactory to the public-aa well a
that durability in construction, which . nabiag lt to re?
main in tune and to withstand sudden changes of tem*
lerature and exposure to extreme heat and cold, which
are BOHiotirr.es unavoidable.
They will at all timea be happy to aee the profetaioQ
and the public at their Warerooraa, and Invite oom part,
sss between their own Pianos and thoae ot any otha]
ta an ni acto ry.
ANTON KRAUSHAAR,.TOBIAS H AHM
OH ARLE? J, SO HONEMANN.
DA VEGA; YOUNG & Mc KENZEB,
Lil ABD COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Bow.
fflAAO DA VEO A, 1 .
GEORGE B. YOUNG, J HXW TOSS.
GERARD L. MoKXNZD*)
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF TORXIGNO0LLH>
TION BUSINESS ct Mean*. BIRNEY, PBIB*
TIS8 & FLANDERS, we Will attend vo the.oo?ec?on Of
patt due and maturing elaina throughout tba Dal!**
ates and ganada.
COM MISSION ERS FOB ALL TEM 8TATM3.
M. M. QUIN?SV
Wholesale & Retail Dealer?
NIWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ITO,
e. I9J KIN 8.?TB?B?,
?HAHLEBTCN, S. C.
Hie latest tasses of the yrea* alwava on bani.
Subuorlptijn* itttelred and Gooda duh var ed ai tori
j arded by Mali or Exures*.
All CASH OitDEEa wal M proraptlj aftocirai a.