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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY IG, 1867.
THE SOLDIER'S DREAM.
The following touching Unca were written during the
war by tho Kev. 3. L. Koynolda, of South Carolina tni
vereitv. in commemoration of a beautiful instance ol
-woman's devotion that occurred while tho University
?buildings, Columbia, South Carolina, were usod as a hos?
Tho soldier boy lav on his pallet In pain,
?Where the student Ids vigils on.-o kept.
And there cam.) with each throb of his fever-parcu-o
Sweet memories of home, and he wept.
But a daughter of earth, in her womanly meotness.
Drew near him her vigils to keep.
And thc charm of her ?Tice, in its sisterly sweetness.
Beguiled the sad soldier to steep.
As her d?licat o hand bathed his pain-furrowod brow, li
And her lan plied its ollico of blessing, , .
Ho dreamed ol tho dime whore tho Heavens endow I '
The good with an angol's caressing.
His hard bod of straw seemed as light as tho air,
i An angel's wings rustled above.
On his pale, sunken chock fell a tremulous tear.
And a voice whispered accents of love.
Bewildered and charmed by tho beautiful vision.
Unconscious of place and of time.
He deemed himself now in tho regions elysian.
And now in his childhood's fair clinic.
Thus calming tho weeper, and soothing tho anguished,
The visitant watched at his aldo,
And tho soldior boy turned from tho bod whore he lan?
With a smile to the angel-and died.
Sketches of Travel.
LETTER NUMBER XXVXL
WATERLOO. BELGIUM, 186G.-After NAPOLEON'S '
disastrous Russian campaign, in which he sacri?
ficed tho finest army ever raised in Franco, a Bixth
and grand coalition was formed, with the determi?
nation of crushing the man who had made himsolf |
a terror and disturber of tho poace of Europe.
The allies of Franco, -whoso friendship had been |
obtained by conquest and held at tho point of the
bayonet, were glad of an oprxirtunity of throwing
off the French yoko, and readily united with tho
allies in making war upon NAPOLEON. Even the I
great Enu^- .?* A*?far??., on wi,v>u, >! "roJLEOK ro
?j'SeaSe of'his marriage to MABU LOUISA, joined
?ie coalition. In a short time the allies had in
the field more than a million of men, and were
marching on the French metropolis from all quar?
ters. NAPOLEON exerted almost superhuman pow?
er in the dofenco of his cherished capital, but he
was finally crushed by overwhelming numbers.
On tho Slst March, 1814, the Emperor Alexander
of Russia and tire Kin;; of Prussia entered Paris in
triumph. Two hundred and fifty thousand men
infantry, cavalry, and artillery-marched thirty
abreast through tho most frequented thorougli
fares of the city. The crowd of impulsive French
men, who so recently shouted "Vivo i'Emporeuj
Napoleon," now shouted for Emperor Alexander
ana King of Prussia, and "Vive Louis XVIII."
On the 11th AprU, 1S14, Napolcon vory reluctant?
ly signed tho Act of Abdication, ron?uncing for
himself and his family tho thrones of 1'rance and
Italy. Louis XVIII, who had been residing in
England, -was recalled and declared King. Thus
vf ere the old Bourbons again restored to power,
and Napoleon banished to Elba, a small island in
tho Mediterranean Sea. What a spectacle I Be?
hold this man of a giant intellect, who so recently
ruled the powerful nations of Eurone with au iron
rod, now consigned, in humiliation and disgrace,
to a barren island not ten miles square. Napoleon
deserved this severe punishment for his wrong? to
Josephine. The allied sovereigns who had do
thrcned Napoleon were assembled at Vienna, ar?
ranging for a glorious peace, and to settle the
affairs of Europe. Vienna became the scene of
gaiety aud brilliant fetes. It was at one of these
splendid entertainments that thc astounding intel?
ligence was received that Napoleon had escaped
from Elba, and effected a landing in Franco. The an
noujeement led almost instantly to a seventh coali?
tion of the great powers to destroy the man they re
gard-d as tho enemy of mankind-ho was thought
& fit subject for public vengeance. Napoleon march
ed, from the south of Franco to Paris in twent
days, without opposition. Marshal Ney, who was
sent to intercept him, promised to "bring back to
Paris the dangorous Corsican in an iron cage." Tho
sight of his old comp inion in arms was too much
for old Ney-he no longer remembered his oaths
and promises to Louis XVIII, but joined Napo?
leon, and marched with him in triumph to the
Tuileries, -where they arrived on the 20th Mardi.
1815, ten month? from tho date of his banishment
On the night ol the loth Juno Wellington wat
attending a brilliant bull, given by the Duchess of
Biohmond at Brussels; a courier'entered and in?
formed the British General that Napoleon, with his
army, was within ton miles of Brussels 1 It is
said tho Iron Duke turned pale, and instantly
left, accompanied by his officers, to prepare for
the great conflict. "The bells were' rang, war trum?
pets sounded, drums beat to arms. In an hour
the immense English anny was marching. Wel?
lington halted on tho spacious fi old of Waterloo.
In this strong position he carefully selected his
ground, stationed his troops, and dispatched t
messenger for Blucher, who had under his com?
mand 60,000 splendid Prussian soldiers. No spot
in Europe has interested me more that the world
renowned battle-hold of Waterloo. It was hero,
half a century ago, the most important battle r?
corded in history was fought. My guide pointed
out the position selected by the great English
chieftain, which ho so heroically defended against
the desperate assaults of tho French. Also tho
old oak tree under which Napoleon assembled his
officers to give trsfcn,his final orders. "Tho army
of tho enemy," sS'd he, "outnumbers us ono
fonrth; there aro, however, ninety chancos in our
favor to ten against us." It was "a bria ht sunny
morning in June, the day appointed for rest
silence reigned on the field, but every ono know in
a few hours the fierce battle would be raging. The
Burgeons had established their hospitals in the
rear, and stood with bandages, splinters, knives
and saws, ready to perform their work of mercy
At ten o'clock the dreadful strugglo oommenced.
Wellington felt that tho honor of old England was
resting on his broad shoulders, and Napoleon knew
th;?t his fate, and that of his empire, depended on
the result of this day's battle. The brave French
soldiers made charge after charge, shouting " Hoe
T Empereur ."' They were pressing ho^vfly upon
the English lines. Wellington stood anxiously
looking for the Prussians under Blucher. He ex?
claimed, "Would to Heaven Blucher cr night
would come!" One .whole day of slaughter had
passed, and the battle bung, as it were, m tho bal?
ance. Napoleon felt that victory was near at hand,
and was about making a final charge with the Old
Guard, which, it was said, neyor charged in vain.
At .this critical moment heavy cannonading was
beard and an army was seen in the distance ad?
vancing rapidly to the sceno of action. Napoleon
thought it was Marshal Grouchy, and was giving
orders for' a simultaneous attack by his whole
force. Alas 1 it was not Grouchy, but Bulow and
Blucher with 60,000 fresh troops. A shout of ex?
ultation ran through the allied lines. Napoleon
saw that all waa lost unless he could break tho
English lines before the union of tho alli?e!
armies, which had stood like a stone wall
against the dreadful assaults of the French;
be ' now. ordered his reserved guard, which
bari never failed him in battle. As those world
renowned old soldiers,, nuder Marshal Ney
defiant of death, pressed on, piercing the British
line; it ia said both -armies gazed with awe upon
the scene. Marshal Ney, in a few moments, had
six-horses shot from under him. With sabre in
hand, ho max, bed On foot, leading his men into
tho \?ery jaws of death. Blucher, with his legions
Of infantry, cavalry and artillery, like on avalanche
swept over this little baud of brave men, until'
almost to a man, they were weltering in blood!
General Cambronne, who was bleeding from a
dozen wounds, was surrounded by a miall rem?
nant of his men. A Hag of truce was sent de?
manding a capitulation; Cambronne replied, "Tho
Guard dies, butn ever surrenders I" Thus heroi?
cally perished the Imperial Guard, and Napoleon's
star set .to rise no more. Napoleon escaped to
Pams, carrying the tidings of the terrible catas?
trophe at Waterlog, which threw the citv into con?
loan and ri^pair. Seeing all was lost] Napoleon
. abaicp.ea ju favor of his son, and attempted to
eaCApe to America; but this was impossible, as the
Fre nen coast was blockaded from Brest to Bavonne.
Napoleon finally determined to throw Himself
ripen thc hospitality of tho British nation, clarm
ingthe protection of their Court. Tho English,
having theTr?nch lion in their possession, dolor
mined to place him where he could do no moro
mischief. The Government sent him a prisoner
for life to St. Helena, a small island in tho Atlantic
broke the heart of the greatest military chieftain
that ever lived. Napoleon was not only a jrreat
military hero, but he was also a- brilliant states?
. .Iffens but cast our eyes ovor the pages of
T??-5 ?,nd we flnd Ambition ia the rock on which
most of the groat military heroes perish. Alexan?
der, after having climbed the Alpine heights of
ambition, looked down upon the conquered nations
ana wept because there was not another world to
conquer. He died among strangers in a fit of
debauch. Hannibal crossed the foe-clad Alps and
^S?1* ?he.anmes ot tho Mistress of the
KtTfcii r ^y"1? stained bis hand in the blood
??iT?*r0W creatures, he put an end to his miser?
able existence by committing suicide. Cosar
S,-?^0nT1ot was assassinated by ?ii
friends. Bonaparte, who had filled tneearth wi&
th. t?rro*! .of bis name, became a lonely oSe
Such was the sad. fate of four of th? neatest
amfatary men in ancient ox modern times
?. -' . G. W. W.
Acta of abe Legislature,
ttS AQg TO AMEND AN ACT ENTITLED .? A? ACT TO
AlCBstD AN ACT ENTITLED ' AN ACT TO "ESTABLISH
DISTRICTS COURTS.' "
i-Beit[enacted, by tho Senate and HOUBO of
Bs^esentaUves, now met and sitting in General
Aasombly, and by the anthoritv of tho same, That
so muon of an Act, entitled "An Act to amend an
Acs, entitled 'An Act to establish District Courts ' "
ratified the twenty-first day of September, ono
thousand eight hundred and sixty-six, as requires
ths drawing and empanneling of Grand Juries for
theDisb-ict Courts, be, and the samo is hereby
?repe&led, ^and all persons already drawn and
summoned to attondsaid District Courts as Grand
Jurors^axo hereby relieved of the duty of so at
HjJ&at no presentment of a Grand Jury shall
r?*2f^??f ^5 "JS? *?. in 016 ?aid District
facts of each case, to preparo BUhi oflml^?^^i
wup sttUl order th? g KST?'
.^Thattb'a^Juries in the District Court shall
SSS'lfat^6 J^T^ieht Jurors at each Qua?!
tM^j*?wion, and ?he Voniro therefor shall cotsiat
ff? traeiofsfacteen; audit shall be the duty of
o Dis trict Judge, at each QuartorirB?io^ to
dor tho towing in open court of the jurors to
?Stituto tho panol of &0 venire for the succeed
fv*That thoro shall bo kept
,r tho District Courts, whic> shall be, filled from
mo to timo, and tho drawingthere trowL bc?con
tided in tho samo manner as by law required for
,o Suporior Courts; ?nd in reference to t j said
urics of thc District Courts, thc manner of eum
loninir thom, tho duties and liabilities of tho offi
ci-H of tho Co- rt. and the penalties for non-attou
aiice and in all other respects, tho jury law of
titi Stkc shah apply.
V. That in drawing Jurors to constitute tue
anol of the Venire, it shall be oompotont for the
lietr^t Judge to direct tho rojoction at tho time
f 'drawing ox tho names of persons who aro known
r beloved to ho dead, not rcsidont iu tho Dis
rict. or over seventy vcars of ago, or in any man?
ier disabled from discharging tho duties of a
'uror- and names shall bo rojectod for tho ocoa
ioti and returned to tho Box of porsous who aro
moira to bc in the panel for tho term of the bu
>orior Court next ensuing tho drawing, or who
lave served as Jurors citlior in tho Suponor or
district Courts within twolvo months preceding
he drawing. , _ . . ,,
VT That to constitute tho Junes iu tho Distnct
-ourte for tho tenn noxt succeeding tho passing
if this Act. and for which tho Venire has already
>een issued, th*. District Judse shall order tho
lrawin?- of sixteen from tho number of thoso sum?
moned and in attendance, which number, so drawn,
shall constitute tho panel for that tenn, and lrom
thom shah bo drawn thoso who shall serve as tho
lurv of that tenn; aud. if in any District such
Venire shall not have been already issued, tho
District Judge shall order a special Court for tho
drawin" aud shall order tho Voniro in accordance
with tho provisions of this Act.
VII. That in tho District Court, each party in a
civil action, and thc accusod and tho prosecuting
officer in a criminal matter, shall bc entitled to
challongo each two jurors ; and the places of thoso
challenged shall ho supplied from the supernume?
raries An insufficient number of jurors in any
instance shall bo supplied hi Uko manner as in tho
VIII. A traverse of an indictment, shall not, in
the District Courts, of itself, oporato to continue
the case. , ,. " ,,
IX. That tho concluding paragraph of tho
eleventh section, in the words, "and in the Dis?
trict of Beaufort, where tho Court shall be held,
alternatelv at tho Court House in the town of
lleaufort.'ond at Lawtonvillc." bo repealed.
X. ?a civil causes the defendant shall bo entitled
to an inipailoiico to tho succeeding quarterly Term
of tho Court.
XI. The Superior Court of Equity and the Dis?
trict Court shall have concurrent ]imBd?!fci<?*?=
of Ku mtv; nud tn? ouuenor Courts of Law
litx,. T?_*-??* " _J; -..?iinave concurrent Ju?
ridiction of a? cases in Law, civil and criminal,
or which, by the constitution, tho said District
Courts have jurisdiction.
XII. That in nil casca now commenced in tho
District. Courts for services whore tho amount duo
is over ono hundred dollars, the case shall ho
transferred to tho Court of Common Pleas.
XIII. Jlattors of Equity pending in the District
Court shall bo heard hy the District Judge, at a
Quarterly Session, or at such other time as, with
his concurrence, the parties may fix, with an ap?
peal as from, a Chancellor on Circuit. With re?
spect to these matters, tho Commissioner in Equi?
ty for tho District shall regard the Judge of the
District Courts as he does a Chancellor with re?
spect to matters in the Superior Court of Equity?
and in both of these Courts, the law, practico,
fees, modes of proceeding and effect of order and
process shall be nearly as possible the same.
JAMES D. ORR.
I. Be il enacted, by the Senate and House of
Representatives, now met and sitting in General
Assembly, and hy the authority of the same.
That an Act entitled "An Act to regulate-fences,"
ratified on tho eighteenth day or December, in thc
year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
twenty-seven, bo, aud the same ie hereby repealed,
so far" as relates lo tho Islands of Edtsto, John's
Island. Wadmalaw and James Island.
JJ. That from and after the passage of this Act,
a fonco shall not bo required to he kept around
cultivated grounds on the said Islands.
TTT. That if any horses, mules, cattle, hogs,
sheep or goats, shall bo found in any field, in
which shall bc growing or ungathered, any grain,
cotton, or vegetabla production raised for market
or domestic consumption, it shall ho lawful for tho
owner or person having charge of such field to
seize such horses, mules, cattle, hogs, sheep or
goers, and to keen them in con..nement until lie
shall havo notified, within six hours after such
soizuro, the owner, or his, or her agents, who shall
he bound to pay thc owner of such field.
Approved December 20th. 1866.
JAMES L. ORB, Governor.
AJ? ACT TO SHORTEN AND REGULATE THE PUBLICATION
OF NOTICES TO ABSENT DEFENDANTS IN EQUITY.
I. Be it enacted, hy the Senate and House of
Representatives, now met and sitting in General
Assembly, and by the authority of tho same, Tnat
hereafter a decree pro confesso may be had against
any defendant to a bill or other proceeding in
Equity, who may be without tho State, after notice
from thi Register in Equity tor thc District in
which such bill or other prooeding is filed, pub?
lished in a newspaper once within every ten days
of the time hereinafter mentioned, that such de?
fendant appear and plead, answer or demur to
such bill or other proceeding within forty days
from the dato of the first publication of said no?
tice, or that a decree pro confesso be entered of
rooord against him, any law, usago or practice to
the contrary in anywise notwithstanding.
Approved December 19,1866.
JAMES Ia. ORB, Governor.
AN ACT TO ALTER THE LAW IN RELATION TO THE
PUBLICATION OF LEGAL NOTICES.
I. Be it enacted, by tho Senate and House of Re?
presentatives, now met and sitting in General As?
sembly, and by the authority of the same, That in
every caso in which, by existine or futuro laws, a
publication is provided to be made in a newspaper
or gazette printed in the District, it shall be in?
tended that such nowspaper is published at the
Seat of Ju tice for such District. And in all cases
in which no newspaper ia- published at the "Seat
of Justico"* in any District, all publications will be
made as now by law provided, when no nowspaper
is published in'tho District.
Approved December 14, 1866.
JAMES L. ORR, Governor.
BOSTON-Per sehr Ralph Carleton-97 bales Upland
Cotton, 86,000 feet Lumber, 23 bales Bogs, Atc, 100
tons Old Iron, S Packages.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-I'S bales SI and
237 boles Upland Cotton, 3 bales Wool, 168 Packages.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE DALLY NEWS. 1
CHAUT-ESTOK, Tuesday Evening, January 15. J
Holders are still placing but little Cotton on the
market, abd tho transactions are consequently very
imited- The sales ar? in most cases at about our
juotations, but in the present condition of the market
;he advantage is rather with the buyer. Sales about 200
sales, viz: 4 at 29c, 21 at 30, 25 at 31, 83 at 32, 27 at 32)i,
ind 44 at 33c. Wo quote:
WILMINGTON. January 14.-TunpEBTrSE-Ts in de?
land, and market steady. Sales of 574 bbls ot S4 45a
50 for yellow dip, and ?2 22J?a2 50 for hard, per bbl of
SO lbs-latter figuro being paid for lots. Billiard.
No transactions reported to Spirits Turpentine.
ROSIN-Sales of 201 bbls No 2 at $3 40 per 280 lbs- and
U0 do No 1 at S4 G2J?- -
TAU-215 bbls changed hands at ?1 65 per bbL
COTTON-.Sales of 29 bales at Sl%a31%c for middling.
Cons-Two cargoes (4300 bushels), received from
?lizabeth City, of which 1000 bushels sold at il 15 per
TIMBEE-Four rafts sold at $7 25a .S for common, and
9alO per M for fair mill.
BALTIMORE, January 12.-COFFEE.-Blois in fair de?
land tais morning, and prices rule steady. Sales were
?ade, but wo could not ascertain the quantity, ot the
flowing prices: 17ol7Ji cents for good: choice at 18a
SH cents. Stock in first hands 11,800 bags Bio. .
COTTON.-Tho unfavorable advices by the cable has
lade holders somewhat anxious to Bell, but buyers aro
Illing to wait in expectation of a further decline. We
note Ordinary UplandB 29 conta; Low Middling at 32?a
Jets?Middling at 33>?tt34 cents; and Good Middling at
5 cents. X-* - ~
FLOOR.-The demand for export ie limited. Small
iles were modo this morning to supply local wants, at
lo following rotes: -
[oward-street Super and Cut Extra.. .ill 00 ?311 50
loward-strcet Shipping Extra. 12 60 ?13 00
i8?ott?a??r^;;;;.? SS 1?* S
lorthwestern Extol.?? 59 f H H
ity Mills Super. . .il 2 ? ?
ty Mills, Standard Extra " I":.*:" nw | g 52
"7 Mills Shipping brands Extra . . . 15 00 f 18 m
om Meal, city Muh.:::::::::;;:;;;; l % ? ? T
G nuit. -Tile market is dun and prices lower wtthrn.
dpta small, principally from Peimsy^T Tbloffot
gs this morning were 925 bushels rod WheaL SSS
lanela white Corn. 10,220 buahXye?ow c?fil
'?l'elsBye. Sales wore 275 bushell?red Wheat 'atas to
0 bushels inferior do at 82 82; 2SWbusht?s^fta^rtS?:
M 10; 135 bushels at il 06; MO^h^ at ?1 05- Soo
labels at SI 07; 360 bushels mixed'at"tl 03; Sm bush
? yellow Corn at SI 05; 1400 bushels at $1 03- SOO ???S?
? dampat ?102 ; 900 bushel, at a fq*3 wo S?t'
04, There were no receipts or sales of Oats orRyl
MOLASSES.-The market is quiet but firm at our quota
p?rt? Bice, new ero?, at^
V ^S"8^, TS?"* aJWOaTOo, and New Orleans, new
ap. at,75a82c ? gaUonTbr fairtoprtae. new
PBOVMONB-There ie a better feeling In this market.
r????!, E9con?? ffll, Southlrnl.rdersrtWock
ro is hmtted, and prices closed somewhat firmer, wt
heldat$2? ? autoL?H^ Mess Pork
?a^T??^"'49^ ??Carolin?, and
?ritfttoX- We quote
S3 25 per sack. Turk's ?'?^
UOABS.-The market is quiet, but nrie?.
lonths; Brazil. 93?al0Ji eenta. * Cento'
EFTOED Seo AUS-Aie x cent higher on Sott rm.i,j
-moto A white 14? cents; Circle I H? eents^B^a
M; C extra 13J? ceats; C yellow 13K cen^ClrfiU n
cents; for lote ol 100 bbls K less Vira? C
.nop.-We quota Maryland Golden at 77 cents per
Ths. miirket is dull and lowor- atv in,
I. to offered at zs cents, but we heaVof no atfe?
ltry .ot- areirrr^ular, and itis impossible to &?ant
ns. ste unsettled condition of the roarketto rt
itea to an apprehended reduction of the Ux,
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS. January M.-CorroN-The Bales to?
ny wore certainly not active, yet they amounted In tho
-S-e-.-te *o between 4300 and 4800 halos, tending to tho
aawTugure, of our yesterday's quou?ons^actor.
e"U" thoir figures remarkably well during tho day,
ivery of previous sales, clearing up, cte Tho troth IB
her? is not much Cotton offering in tho raarket-neces
^vcannof bo with tho now roll known character??ot
ho croo Tbcro wore occasionally sales atkc below
restcrday's quoutUous. and wo may quote tho market
.asieran buders, but the general quotations of yostcr
lavurovail only tending to the inside. Gold quotations
Vom the previous d ooline, dooing at 133*133;,, wmcn
,,j??? ,0 check, decided decline on cotton.
' " ' STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand Soptcmber 1st, 1806.bales-102,139
Received tc-doy.... :-??*oLa?T?RT
Cleared to-day...?r^^-ns 401
Stock on hand and on shipboard not clear- ^ ^
Thc/"exports''this' '?v?ning 'inc??do' 523 bales for Now
YorkTetl bales for Providence; 1888 bales for Havre, and
'^Sco?^?-The receipts since yesterday
comadlas hhds Sugarand 652 bbls Molassesj. There
is an acUvo demand tor both ot tho above, andthehmttcd
character of the arrivals induces holders to be more
strident in their pretensions, and tho market conse
S??olo?? sti?fand P?<=^ten^St?out?,de?gure^
Tho talcs include 625 hhds Sugar and 610 bblB of Mo?
, New York Market.
MONEY MARKET. .>-,
Tho NewTork Evening Post of Saturday, the 12th inst,
Thc loan market ls easy and inactive at 7 per cont Tho
soeculativo bauk officers who are alleged to bo gui-ty of
sicriticing their honor and proatUufcng their position by
acting to coUusion with tho ttSar cllquo of brokers tn
prentice stringency in money, are vaguely talked of m
the st-cet; but tho grave charges mado do not socm as
vet to have beon brought home to any individual bank or
person. The rumor is, however, revived of acongros
sional inquiry, and several institutions wiU probably find
their standing impaired. The discount demand ia dull
aud few bills are offering.
Tho stock market has recovered from the recent de?
pression. Government securities are buoyant; tho deal?
ers who were yesterday most anxious to sen, are free buy
I ors to-day. at an advanco of ??aj? per cent on tho prices
at which they sold. , ,.
For cold this forenoon the following were tho leading
quotations: 10:00, 134; 10:15, 134?; 10:30, Wi 11:00.
134; 11-30,133%; 12:00, 134; 1:00, 133?; 1:30,134; 2:00,
13l'orelgn exchange closed firm for the steamer. H?ls at
sixty daj-s on London aro^quoted_ at 108?al00? for com
a415^ ; Brenton, 78>?a79? ; Prussian thalers, 72?tt I
NEW YORK, January 12.-FLOUR, te.-The market !
for western and State flour is quiet, with a groat falling
off in tho receipts ; prices are rather moro steady.
The Bales -aro 41-00 bois at ?9 85a10 65 for superfino I
western; S10 70al2 60 for extra State; S10 35al2 35 for tho
low grades of ?pring wheat western extra; $12al2 70for
shipping Ohio: ?12 85al4 60 for trade brands, and ?14 50a ,
S17 for St Louis extras.
Buckwheat flour is steady ai S3a3 50 ? 100 R>S.
Canadian flour is quiet at $13 60al5 50 for trade and
Southern flour is in moderate demand. Sales of 200 !
bbl? at $12 10aI4 50 for common to fair Baltimore and
country extras, and S14 60al7 for trade and family
Corn meal is heavy. Sales 450 bbls, at SS SO for Bran?
dywine and $5a5 05 for Pennsylvania.
GRAIN-The wheat market is inactive. Holders ro?
main tina and buyers will not accede to their demands,
consequently we have no sales to quote.
Oats arc a shade lower and but moderately active Tho
salas are 17,000 bushels fair to good Chicago at 64a67c;
State at 68a09c; Jersey at 66a68c
Rye is dull and heavy. There is only a retail business
-doing at SI 26 for now Western and $1 28al 29 for State.
Corn is very dull, and prices ore e sier and slightly
unsettled at thc close Western mixed is offered at ?119
in store, without a buyer. Salas of a cargo of Western
mixed on private terms, and 8000 bushels Jersey yellow
at SI OSal 10, and Southern do at SI 12.
PROVISIONS-The pork market continues dull, but, asa I
general thing, holders aro firm at full former rates. Seve?
ral sales for future delivery are rumored, but we could
trace nothing to a reliable source. Tho sales, cash and
regular, are 2350 bbls at S19 12)4 for old moss; $19 56?o '
19 62? for new city mess; $20 SOaSO 37? for now wes?
tern ; $23 for fancy city prime mess. Meday's brand.
Beer is unchanged, ?sales of ISO bbls at S9ar2 for old
plain mess; SllalS for new do; S12al5 for extra do, and
$17a21 50 for new. do.
Tierce beet is moderately active and steady. Sales of
200 tierces at $29 50a3Q for primo mess; $32 60a33 for In?
dia mess. '
Cut meits arc more active. Salas of 400 pkgs at 8?a '
9c for pickled shoulders, and Hallie for do hame, both
Bacon is firm but moderately active. Sales of ISO
boxes at 9?c for ?estera Cumberland cut, and Ho for do
Dressed hogs aro a trifle firmer. We quote at 8a8?c
for western, and 8?a9c for city. The outside for fancy.
Lard has been in very ac ti ve demand, principally for
export, and prices ore bighor and firmer at the improve?
ment Sales of 2175 bhls and tes at 12al2?c for No. 1;
12>?ol2Hc for city; 12?ol2?c for fair to prime new
steam, and 13c for new kettle rendered. Sales also for
February, saliers' option, of 500 tee at 13c.
COFFEE.-Rio is dull but steady. The stock on hand
is 68,995 bags. Fair to good cargoes, in bond, are worth
COTTON-Tho market to-day ie dull. Wo quote at 35
a36c for Middling Uplands, and do New Orleans and
HAY-The demand ls fair and the market firm at $125
al 35 for shipping, and SI 45al 70 for retail lots.
HEMP-Manilla is firm and in fair demand at 12c, gold,
ether kinds aro inactive.
Hops-Are firm and in fair demand for home uso. Wc
quote at from 25a40a60c, os to growth and quality.
LIME-Rockland is firm and in fair demand ot SI 70 for
common and *2 10 lor lump.
RICE-ls in good demand and prices are firm. Sales
Of Carolina nt U?al Oe.
SUGARS-Raw sugars are firm and fairly activo at 10a i
io?c for fan- to good refining.
TALLOW-Tho market is very dull and prices rather
favor thc buyer, closing at about ll?c for prime. Sales
ol' 60,000 lbs.
-Wmssxx-Tho market is quiot and prices nominal.
Boston Boot and Shoe Trade.
BOSTON, January 9.-Business continues quiet, with
but a moderate demand for spring goods. Prices are,
however, tully sustained, and with the present firmness
j in the leather market and' lor materials tor msnufactur
j ing, thc price ol' boots and shoes is more likely to ad?
vanco than to recede. Wo already hear of some advance
being asked on ladies' serge goods, which have been de?
pressed of late, and manufacturers ore unwilling to take
orders at last fall's prices. We nave in town a few buy?
ers, but their demanda oro not sufficient to cause much
movement with tho trade. Thc largest lots taken are by
California, and the extreme Southern trade. Manufac?
turers ore commencing to work gradually, as the prices
of labor are favorable to them for making up stock. The
I principal shipments of tho week have been to San Fran
I deco, 1075 coses; New York, 1091 cases; New Orleans, 549
cases; Galveston. 237-cases; Philadelphia, 195 eases; Sa?
vannah, 116 cases. The total for the week, by sea and
rail, has been 4026 coses, being the smallest week's clear?
ance for the past two years from this market Total
shipments by rail, 31*0 cases.
- PHASES OP TBE MOON.
New M. 5th, Th. 10m. even I Full M. 20th, 2h. 16m. even
First Q. 13th.llh.14m.morn Last Q. 27th, ?h. 6m. mom
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head-Mrs M J Solomons, S Emanuel, J W
Logan, Dr Parker, S J HobbB, U S N, R D Hamlin, ti L
Harris, J Huon, P Broddie, J J Pope, W Brodard, Miss
L Christopher. L W Metcalf, Z Woodard, S W Colton,
R M Cuyler, C H Ross, H Christopher, Fernando Wood,
E Wsmzeny, and so on deck.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Br bark Yum uri, Thompson, Liverpool, v*a Milford
Haven, 58 days. Salt. Coal, tte. To Ravened A Co, and
Order. The Y has experienced heavy westerly gales
most of the passage.
behr R K Vaughan, Howell, Boston. 14 days. Guano
and Mdze. To H F Baker tc Co, J N Robson, King &
Cossidey, Chlsolm Bros, D H Silo.x, Wilbur tc Son, J W
Lewis, R White, Order.
Seor David V Strieker, Van Gilder, Baltimore, 7 days.
Corn, Oats, Icc To the Master, J Campeen A Co, B M
Butler, and others.
, ?steamer Eliza Hancox. Richardson, Savannah, via
Beaufort, Bilton Head. tee. 85 bales S I Cotton and
Mdze. To Ferguson & Hohnes, J A Enslow tc Co, Por?
cher tc Henry, A Cannie. J W ?prague, Hopkins, Mc?
Pherson tc Co, Parker A Childs, G H Ingraham, J it J D
Kirkpatrick, J 1> Aiken A Co, F Green, McBride tc R.
Sloop Ellen, Gradick, Cooper River. 700 bushels
Steamship Faloon, Beed, Baltimore-Courtenay ? Tre?
?chx BalpiwCarieton, Barrington. Boston-Olney A Co.
. Went to Sea Yesterday;
Steamship Falcon, Reed, Baltimore.
Bark.Helen Sands, Otis, LiveipcoL
Brig Lizzie M Merrill, Dimer, Boston.
Sola Saiph Carleton, Harrington, Boston.
LIST OF VESSELS
TJP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS POET.
5? Deodota, MarcussoE, cleared. Deo a
tho Gladstone, Eveneon, sailed. " " " Deo 22
3te Tecumseh, Sponagle, sailed. ?.".".".Deo 22
_ _ . ROYAN.
he Paul Marla,-, sailed.........Oct 0
lark Mary Baue Roberts. Burney, sailed.U>oe
Li''. ~- BOSTON.
rig Anna D Torrey, Haskell, cleared...Jan 6
ohr Robertson, Scott, up.;..Jan 1
. _._ _ NEW YORK.
rig F H Larrabee, Carlisle, np. .jan- A
^ Abby Watson, _-., cleared...Deo 7
:hrJE^Uy. Watt, up.;...?.DeV 27
toD B Warner, Adams, up...-.. .. i?n ?
ihrLoiy. upr!:r...?....::..".-.::;;;::;;::5S -
hr Despacb, --, up.Jaa
hr Paragon, Shute, cleared.....jan
ihr Albert Mason, Rose, up.S<> 'jan .
hr D B Warner, Hildreth, ? cleared.." .'Jan 7
hr M Patton, Harding, cleared.v.... ".'..'. Jan
ik Fannie L Shaw, Shaw, cleam?. Dee 28
br Richard Taux, Powell, cleared.".'.bec 19
or J Elliott, Gilchrist, cleared.j Jan ll
. _' RALTIMOBE.
te Eliza Francos, Sawyer, cleared.Jan 8
"geetwood, Gardner, cleared.Jan 8
^!?iLac,h^dBon- B***61' ?P".Deo 28
S JTSSS4, G**"?**-, *?P.Deo 26
?? ir,-1^1?'-? sailed.......Jan 7
rr Wm Arthur. Andrews, up..?*? SI
ir AseU tc LannyMcjSff cleared".""iY".\\jag 7
BREWSTER & SPBA.TT,
torneys at Law & Solicitors ia Eqaity
OSPsTICS! No. Os) BROAD 8TREEX.
ovembera ~ .. .
onalguces por Sonta Carolina Railroad
916 baloo Cotton, 63 bales Mdzc. 2 cars Lumber, and
XQdrlcB. To E H Rodgers & Co. H Bischoff & Co, Kau
MUX, Lannoau Sc Co. Mrs Fielding, D I) TJtsey, Adams,
roBt & Co, O H Walter .V Co, L M Ayor .V Co, Oracsor,
, S Sc Co, Mrs E M Seabrook, Willis Sc Chlsolm, John
w. Crews & Co, J D Aikon Sc Co. O W Williams tc Co.
J Wiss 4 Co. C N Averill Sc Son. H L Joffers & Co. F C
Icy. Klag & Gibbon. J Fraser Sc Co, J ll Raggett Sc Co, J
1 Fredsburg, E Welling.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
263 bales Cotton, G9 bbls Naval Storos, 5 cars Lumber,
oar Wood, bags Cotton Soed, Mdze, kc. To Greaser,
/ie, S i: Co, Leo Sc Spencer, Rodgers & Co, J M Cald
, & Son, Adams, Frost A Co, W K Evan, Mowry Sc
k>, J & J D Kirkpatrick. Mcffeit. B ic Co, Screvon Sc NU
iet, J E Bagg 'tt A: Co, B A & J F Early, W O Bennett &
!o. Kendall it Dockory, G W Williams A; Co, O Reeder, S
.' Robinson & Son, Sliackclfor 1 & Fraser, S L Howard Sc
ito. J A Enslow & Co, Mazyck Bros. J Jackson, Dukes
: Co, J Campe?n Sc Co, A Canalc. Gaillard A: Minott, X
? Forreston, R Austin, Bunch A: Son, Smith Sc Robinson,
1 E Pritchott, Ebaugh Sc MaUouce, R R Agent, Order.
, j-w. FOB S ANTEE-THE SLOOP MARY
GOODRICH, McVey Master, will receive troight
jjvJ?ut Bennett's Rice Mill, for all too Landings on
?ia??= south Santcc. Apply to tie Captain on beard.
January 16 1* .
KjTTv VESSELS WANTED), FOR BAL
f??O TIMORE AND BOSTON, by
J23sy STREET BROTHERS Sc CO.
January 16 1 No. 7* East Bay.
-prv FOR LIVERPOOL_THE ELE
?ff-CS^ GANT fast sailing coppered Ship SCREAMER.
ij^BiP S. Young Master, has three-fourths of her cargo
engaged and going aboard. For further freight
engagements, apply to W. B. SMITH Sc CO.,
January 16 Union Bank Building.
, jrrv FOR LIVERPOOL_THE Al
?g3S> American ship "NEREUS," H. N. NicklesMas
JFJ?y& tor, has a portion of her. cargo engaged, and
JW^*- will havo quick dispatch for tho abovo port.
For further Freight engagements apply to
WILLIS ic CHISOLM,
January 1 North Atlantic Wharf.
. ?s FOR NEW ORLEANS.-THE FINE
jX/?k schooner NELLIE TABBOX, having tho greater
portion of her cargo engaged, will load with dis
? ? - '? patch" for the abovo port.
For Freight engagements, apply to
T. TUPPER At SONS,
Liberal advances made on consignments to PRICE,
HINE & TUPPER, Now Orleans.
, FOR NEW YORK.-MERCHANTS
yS/IS. LTWE.-The regular Packet Sehr. ROBERT
iBaSE?^'^^T,""0""T0* Master, having a por
?? " 'non of her cargo engagea ima 0 ilnL,i
wm receive balance Brid sall forthwith. "noa
january H mwf3 WILLIAM ROACH.
NEW YORK AND CHARLESTON
People's Steamship Company.
UVE OJSr BZA,
TT TILL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
VT Wednesday. Januar)' 16, at two o'clock.
Line composed of Steamers "MONERA" and "EMILY
B. SOUDER." WILLIS A CHISOLM. Agents,
January ll mtuw North Atlantic Wharf.
FOR PALATEA, FLA.,
FERNANDINA JACKSONVILLE, AND ALL THE
LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHN'S RIVER.
THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
1000 TONS BURDEN,
CAPTAIN LOUIS M. COXETTER.
ON AMD AFTER THE 26TH OCTOBER, THIS FINE
SHTP will sail from Middle Atlantic Wharf, every
Fridav Night, at 10 o'clock, for tho above places.
AU freight must be poid here by shippers.
Gangs ot egrocs w U b? t ken to the abore points on
the St John's River at $5 each. Chilar =n..unuer ton
years of ago free. Horses and Mules at relueed rates,
fiS-Conntry papers advertising "the DICTATOR" will
please discontinue their notices and send account to the
For Freight or Passage apply on board, or to the
Agency. S nth Atlaitic .V..-ir. Janna y "
10OO TONS BURTHEN,
CAPTAIN L. M. COXETTEB,
\kf ILL LEAVE MIDDLE ATLANTIC WHARF EVERX
Tv . FRIDAY NIGHT, at 10 o'clock, for this port.
For Freight or Passage, apply on board, or to office ol
J. D. AIKEN At CO., Agents,
January'S s .nth Atlantic Woarf.
SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD COMPANY
THROUGH TICKETS TO POINTS NORTH, SOUTH
mHE FOLLOWIN G THROUGH TICKETS ARE ON
JL sale at the Paasonger Office of thia Company, in Line
CHARLOTTE, N. 0., I BALTIMORE, Md,
RICHMOND, Va, , PHILADELPHIA, Pa.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.. J SEW YORK,
VIA COLUMBIA, DANVILLE and BICHMOND.
ATLANTA, Ga., ! MOBILE, Ala.,
MONTGOMERY, Ala.. | NEW ORLEANS, La-,
To NEW ORLEANS, ria GRAND JUNCTION or
CHATTANOOGA. Tenn., LOUISVILLE, Ky.,
NASHVILLE, Tenn-, ST. LOEIS, Mo.,
MEMPHIS, Tenn., CINCINNATI, Ohio,
GRAND JUNCTION, Tenn CAIRO, BX.
CORINTH, Miss-, CHICAGO, UL
Information can be received at tho PASSENGER
OFFICE in line-street or from the GENERAL TICKET
AGENT, in John-street H. T. PEAKE,
L. C. HENDRICKS, General Ticket Agent,
December 15 1
t . . Pi?TEBSBUBO
; WELDON an*
?9.8???S; ^LTIJ??RE ?.'r?
Doce a: bar 39 ?. . S-SOLOMONS,
THE BEST MU NOW
PO WATER OF THIS SPBING IB BELIEVED TO
bo unequallod by that of any other In tho far-famed
?"eJ?f Saratoga, Its virtues are such ashaveserared
the high encomiums of an who havaiued ie, ooasess
^S^^SEl. I????? DICKSON, M. D., Professor
ractlce of Physic, Jefferson Medical OoUeW PWhw.
alphia, formerly of Charleston, a C. : """S*, *Ta
T." - , PHTLADELPHIA. November 16? 086?
?haye been fora year or more past in the habit of
Bn5.the Ttcr,of ?" "Exoelalor" Sp^ofSaratola:
'^T^^?^ great portion or^y In^dTrfe
?use the different waters of the several fountainsVhich
til up along thajremarkable vaUey.^pe^errtindeed !
??? KEES ?S! 1 enJ?y. I am saus!
?that the Excelsior Water is as we?adapted
Otmare so, to th? puises ft?
Mob they are geraraUy employed.; It iaver^wreeaba?
rongly Imp^rsgmitod with th7 carbonic ac^U^and
SSS&a i. T ? I?? heartfly and coaacienttously
oommend it to all who needs gentle catharuTand
T. ? SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. IX
^.Watcris put up in Pint and Quart bottles, and
eked in good order for ahippmg. Pints In boxes of
ir dozen each, and Quarts i? bostU of two d6ze? eih
1 order, addressed to A. R. LAWRENCE A: CO. fcara
Z ir^? H-,?' Ni*7 Warren street, New York
?-'T???? ?J^P^ attended to. Sold also by first.
a?Dragglata and Hotels.. Crap January.J?, -.
THE im-famLwxmfai; 4
?UBLD5HED IN WTNNSBORO' 3. C., AFFORDS A
^jP^Jsola medium for the advertising pubMo of
V?i respectfully solicit their patronage for our mutua! I
lent 1 ... i
.IA SAVANNAH, BRUNSWICK, ST.
MART'S, FERNANDINA. JACKSONVILLE. AND ALL
THE LANDINGS ON TUE ST. JOHN'S RIVER AS
FAR AS PALALKA.
TUE FINE STEAMER
CAl'TAIN T. J. LOCKWOOD,
rcriLL LEAVE NORTH ATLANTIC WHARF ON
Vi ovory Wednesday Morning, ot 8 o'clock precisely.
J8S"Frclght rocoived daily and stored free of charge.
For Frofght or Passage apply on hoard, or at tho ot?
ee of JOHN MAHONEY, Jn.. 48 East Bay.
November 13 Above Craig, Tuomcy A Co's.
CHARLESTON & GEORGETOWN
STEAM PACKET LINE.
TOUCHING AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAVERLY
MILLS, ANO LANDINGS ON THE WAC
CAMAW ANO BLACK: RIVERS.
STEAMER FANNIE.Capt. ISAAC DAVIS
WILL LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF EVERY
TUESDAY AND FRIDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Returning, will leave Georgetown every THURSDAY'
ind SUNDAY MORNING, at 7 o'clock.
Freight received dully, and stored free of charge
For Freight and Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
January 3 Accommodation Wharf.
CHARLESTON ANO CAMDEN
REGULAR LINE STEAMERS
THE NEW SPLENDID IRON STEAMER
Z. B- VAISTGE,
O?T>T runs. McGAREY,
CAPT. W. T. GARR1SS0N.
THE ABOVE SPLENDID STEAMERS WILL RUN
regularly betweeu Charleston and Camdon; thc
"Z. B. VANCE" from Charleston to Wright's Bluff, and
the "VOLUNTEER" from Wright's Bluff to Camden.
Freight for all landings on tho Santoe sud. Wate ree
Rivers will bo received at all times, and stored tree ol
charge at No. ll Exchange BtreeL All freight shipped
by this lino ls covered by insurance
For further Information or freight engagements, apply
to tho undersigned. JAMES BROWNE
Exehange street, Charleston,
BROCK A BENBOW, Wright's Bluff.
October 30 C. BELL. Camden.
Charleston and Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamer PILOT BOY.Captain W. T. MCNELTV.
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. RICHAIUJSOS.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF, CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf, Savannah, Monday, Wednes?
day, Friday and Saturday mornings, at 7 o'clock.
The PILOT BOY leaves Charleston every Monday and
Friday, and Savannah every Wednesday and Saturday.
Tho ELIZA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and Savannah every Monday and Fri?
The Pilot Boy will touch at Bluffton on uer Monday
trip from Charleston, and her Wednesday -jip from Sa?
Freight received doily and stored free of charge.
For Freight or Passage, apply to
FERGUSON & HOLMES, Agents,
Charleston, S. C.
CLAGHORN & CUNINGHAM. Agents .
N. B.-The Steamers of this Lino connect at Charleston
with South Carolina and Northeastern Railroads, and at
Savannah with Central and Albany and Gulf Railroads and
Florida steamers. January 2
PASSAGE REDUCED I
CHEAP PASSAGE TO OR FROM
BY SAILING SHIPS, SAILING EVERY WEEK. ALSO
SPLENDID MAIL STEAMERS,
Sailing every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY to and from
Great Reduction in Fare to ' =.
CALIFORNIA AND AUSTRALIA.
DRAFTS FOR ANY AMOUNT on Great Britain and
Ireland at the very lowest rates.
Passengers, on arrival in New York, will have their
baggage removed Free, and every care bestowed on them.
For Passage, Ac, apply to M. M. QUINN,
- No. 527 King street Charleston, s>. _
Fetrruarv 27 IT? "
DAVE9?, YOUNG & Mc KENZil
WW AHD COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. !? at?! 40 Park Row.
IBA AO DSVEGA, )
QEOBGS B. YOUNO. J NSW YORK.
OKRABD i. MCKENZIE,)
aAVES G S :'<<0KEDED TO THF TORSION OOLL? t
TION ..'.USINKSS ot Messrs- BIRNEY. PBS a
CISS A FLANDERS, we will attend to the collection O'
oast due and tnatnrinic ol aim. throughout the Uniter
ate? ?-.?*. *>nsda..
COMMISSIONERS FOR ALL TBS STATUS.
SIMILIi SIMIL1BVS ? ? RANT5 U.
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE?
RIENCE, an entire success: SimplSj-Pronipt-Em
dent and Reliable. They ore tho onry medicines per
toctly adapted to popular usn-so simple that mistaste*
cannot,be made In using them; uo harmlena as to be
tree from danger, and so efficient a* to be always relia
Ble. They have raised the highest commendation from
tu, and will always render satisfaction.
So. 1, eurea Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. 35
?. 3, <? Worms Worm-Fever, Worm-Cole.. S*
" 8, " Crying Colic or Teething of In?
" 4, - " - ? Dt arr Sicea. of Children or Adults.... 25
" 6, " Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic. 22
?? 6, " csiote. a Morbus, Nausea, Vomit?
' 7, " Cenghs, Golds, Bronchitis.
.. 8, " iVeuralgta,. Toothache, Fscoache.. 25
.. 9, " Headac He*. Sick Headache,.Vertigo- 25
" 10, " Dyspepsia. Bilious Stomach..
"- ll, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods.....
? J/J, Whites, too profuse periods........ SS
" 13, ,". Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing.. 22
" 14, " Salt Khenm,Er>s.p?i?s, Eruptions. 25
" 15, Khenir.atUjn, Rheumatio Patna.. 24
" IC, " Fever and Ague, Chill Fever,
17, Piles, Blind or Bleeding. 60
i. is, " Upihalmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes, 60
" 19, " Cata--h, Acute or Chronic, Influ?
" 20, ?*' WhooptOftCoagh, Violent Concha 50
" 21, *' Asthma, Oppressed Breathing.. 60
" S3, " Kar Discharges* Impaired Hear?
28, " Scrofula, Enlarged O?anos. Swell
?. 2s, *' General Debility, Physical Weakness 6(1
? 38, " Dropsy and Scanty Secretiocs.. SO
M jgy " Bea Sickness. Sickness frdm Rid?
ing..... .....'..-. 60
.. 27, " KlilStcy Disease, Gravel. 60
? 28, ? -Wervons Debility, Seminal Emis?
sions. Involuntary r^scuarges.1.00
"39, .. . Sore Monti?...Canker. N
"80, " Urinary Incontinence, Wetting
.? si, *' Painftaf. Periods, even w?fc ^
" aa, .. Kurf?rvags at Change'o?LfV.V."V."l.oo
" 83,' ?.: ' Epilepsy, Bpaams, st Vitus' DaneeXOO
?< St, >. Dip thcr I a. Ulcerated Sore Troac.. 60
FAJHLir CASKS, .
16v?ate, morocco case ?na book.$10.00
9 large vials, in morocco, and book.'.. 6.00
0 largo vials, ptain case, and book. &.0V
S boaes (Nos. I tc-16). and book.,.... 8,80
tahogany eases, lO.viala......J....$10.00
tingle vials, with directions..'..,. LOO
'jBsT-Thess rameales, by the case or single box, are
ant to say part of the country, by Mall or Express, free
T charge, oa receipt of the price. Address
HOMQ?OPATHIO MEDICINE COMPANY,
; Omeo and Depot No. .662 Broadway, New York.
Dr. HustrHBXXB consulted daily at his office, per
anally ar toy letter, ss above, for sb forms Of disease, C
DO WIE & MOISE.
W. A. 8KBISB.
A. vT. ECKEL & CO.. Retail Agents,
No. 231 KING-STREET, 4th door above Markot-st.
April 16_mwfgmo Csao Ohari?*ten. 8. a
TODD & RAFFERTY, ?
?N0TNEERS AND FOUNDERS, ll
Omet) ?sui Worses, Paterson, New Jersey. &
WAREHOUSE, No. 4 DEY STREET, JJ. Y. n?
/r^^iCTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT-. 2i
'JL ABLE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS- Flax.'
^P-Tow- Oakum and Rope Machinery ; Sharon?!
ai. QfBB^^lron and Brass Castings ot ah Mndlr ??
tones. Plante* Machines. Drills; Shaptag, Slotting and J.
MSf^Sn?i?*" ?^?tarV. Cerrt?. Miffinl and ?
J SSS?8 ^SdaeB: Clacks of aU kinds; Leather 41
d Rubber Belting; Lace Leather. Belt Hooka, and . .
?!T ?n?pJ? J f0?.-*"n>?aa and other MacWne ShcisT fB.
dsonit Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills. Cotton
sa, Presses, Ac, constantly on hand. v~"u"
,, . "" TODD A RAFFERTY,
""?fr ?> VT No.4DoyetrcetN.Y- V|
THE MARION STAR, *
^8TA?BLM?B?ED NEARLY TWENTY YEABS AGO, 18
J pubbsked at Marion. 8. C., In the central pVn^on &
the scantly, and offers a favorable medium to Mer- ??]
i^Drngoists, Machinists, and all classes, who desire
?tend their business In tho Pee Dee country,
'or tho benefit of our sdverusing patrons, we shalL in
u^ to cor ^abecription listTwhto is^staritiy ri
satng, publish sud dlaiributo gratuitously 300CTeortra '
des of the STAR, during the ballrS^i^ ^ j
Rates of Adverthang liboraL J*
?-EORGE W. WILLIAMS & CO.,
ROGERS ?ND BANKERS
BLAYNE STREET, CHARLESTON, S. C.
GEO. W. WILHAMS & GO., I WILLIAMS, TAYLOR & CO.,
3 O T T O N F A (J T O ll S , COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Clrarch-strcet, Charleston, S. C. | No. 147 Maiden Lane, New York.
SEO. W. WILLIAMS. E. C. WILLIAMS. J. H. TAYLOR. WM. BIRNIE, Ju. EDWIN PLATT.
IIAVINfi ESTABLISHED uCR HOUSES AS ABOVE, WE OTTER YOI* OUR SERVICES FOR
:HE TRANSACTION Of YOUR BUSINESS IN CHARLESTON AND NEW YORK.
November 14 _ wfntfmo
"A smile was on her Up-ho:i!th wa? in her loos ?
treugth wa.. In her s?o?>, and io her hands-PLANT*- j
A low bottle? o? KLANTATION Lrmcns
Will cure Nervous lUadachel
?' Cold Extremities r.ud FoverlBli Lips.
" Hour M?imne?i and Fetid lireath.
Flatulency and Indigestion.
.. Nervous Affections.
Excessive F.'i ligue and Short Breath
Pam over tho Kyi-R.
?. Mental Despondency.
.. Prostration; Great Weakness.
" Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowels, fte.
Wbich aro th? evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT ANL DYSPEPSIA.
It is estimated that seven-tenths or all adult ailmont
lirocoed from a deceased and torpid livor. The biliary
.ucretions of the liver overflowin? Inti, the stomach poi?
son the entire system and exhibit tho above ay niptoms.
After long research, wo are abl? to present the most
una,kable cure for these- horrid uigbtmare diseases,
the world hs? ever produced. Withiu ono yoar over six
hundred and forty thousand personB have taken the
PLANTATION ErrrEua, and not an luolance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It is a most elTwot-.ial tonic and agreeable stimulant,
suited to all conditions of Ufe.
The reports that it relies upon mineral substances for
lt? active properties, are wholly fasse. For tho satiB
tactlon of thc public, and that patients may cousult
their physicians, we append a list of its components.
CALISAYA L-AHK.- Celebrated lor over iwo hundred
yearn in the treatmeut of fever and Ague, Dyspepsia.
Weakiieas, etc It was introduced mt',- Europe by thc
OounVsR. wife of the Viceroy ot Pera, In 1 IMO, and
afterward? sold Ly tho .losu.ts for the enormous pnce oj
its oum freight in nil-err. under the name of Jesuit'* Pmtu
der*, and was fina'ly made public by Louis XVL Ein?
of Franco. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febr?fugo qualities during his Houlu American travels.
CASOAKLLLA BARK-For diarrhoea, coho and disease*
ot the stomach and bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of tho loins and drop?
sical ailee tl on s
CHAMOMILE FLOWTJIS-For cnfoebled digestion.
LAvairniCB Fi-owKns-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
hirhly invigorating In nervous debility.
WrNTETUJRKF.N-For scrofula, rheumatism, etc
ANXSK-An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, snake?
rs :t, otc.
Another wonderful ingredient, of great use arnon,*
the Spanish ladies of South America, Imparting beauty
to the complexion aud brilliancy to the mind, m yet un?
known to tho comuierce of tho world, and wo withhold
lu name for tho present.
ROCHEKTEB, N. V . December 28, 1801.
Messrs. F. H. DRAEK ft Co.-I have benn a great auf
forer from Dyspepsia forthree or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About three months ar.o 1
tried tho Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a well man. I have racommnuded them in
several cases, and, os far as I know, always with signal
benefit. I om, respectfully yours,
Rev. J. 8. CATHOEN.
PDILADBLPHLS, lOih Menth, 17th Day, 1802.
RESPECTED KRDCND:-31y daughter has beea much
beneOtted by tho use of thy Plantation Bieters. Thou
wilt send me two bottles mora.
Thy friend, ASA CUERIN.
BULRHAH HOUSE, CHICAOO, UL,}
February ll, 18i!J. J
MESHES. P. H. Damn A Co. i-Please scud .s another
twelvo cases of your ?'lantation Bl tfc,r.<. As a morning
appetiser, thoy appear to nave supersodtd everything
else, and aro greatly esteemed.
Yours, ac. GAGE A WATTE.
Arrangement? aro now complot od to supply ony de?
mand for iii?H article, which ha? net heretofore been
The public may rent assured that in co case will the
perfectly pure standard ot the PLANTATION BITTERS be
departed from, /faery bottle bear* the facsimile of our
signature on a steel p?ale engraving, or it cann*>t bc gen?
Any person pretending to sett PLATTATION BITTE ns in
bulk or by the pallon, is a taiindler and imposter. Beuare
of refilled bottles. See that our Private Stamp is Diraru
Tl LATED over every cork.
Sold ny all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout ?
. > P. H. BRAKE & GO., New York.
Ali?,' 90 mwf-r
Or Female Regulator,
Cure Suppressed, Excessive and
J'ainfut Menstruut?m, Oreen
Sickness, Xercous aud Spinal Af?
fections. Pains in Ute Back, Sici
J/eadache, Oiddmew, anil all dis?
cuses that spring from. Irregularity,
by removing thu cause and all the
effects that arise from it. They
are tierfectty safe in ah cases, ex?
cept leiten forbidden by direc?
tions, and are easy to nrhninUter,
as they arc nicely migar coated.
> They. should be in I ho hands of
l?j every Maiden, Wife, and Mother
?j in tlic lund.
Ladles can address us In perfect
.?g?a>-^g?*Wf^- ?niiudeucc, and stat?, their com?
plaints in full, as we treat all Female Complaints,
ami preparo Medicines Hittable tnt all diseases te
which t!i,-y .are subject.-Thirty-two page pamphlet,
tn a scaled envelope, free.
The Cherokee Pills are sold'by all druggists at ?!
per box. or six boxes for or they ?re sent by
mail, free of postase, in an ordinary letter, free
:'ruia observation, by addressing the sole proprietor.
Dr. W. E. MXEWTN, 37 Walkor St., K. T.
N. B.-Cherokee. Pills No. 2 are prepared fer
special cases, when milder medicines full; these
aro tent by mail, tree of postage, on receipt of $5,
Ute price of each. boss.
Or, Essence of ii fe,
**S??jra?'T", '^i?t^ Cures General Debility, Weak
?56&i^^?S^?- *.*?*, Hysterics in. 'Pe?nales,
??. ?g/.' -?? Palpitation of Vue fUart and
"lt Xervous Diseases. It re?
stores new life and vigor to the
aged, causing the hut blood of
Ii the Ph?nix rite? youth to courso tho veins, res
?ArT minmai %H* ",ri"s tlle ?roans of Genera
tHii? lift"_io does tion.removing Jmpotencuand
thie Elixir rejuven fiehility, restoring Manliness
are the syrem cr.djind full rigor, thus proving a
overcome di?ase. perfect " Elixir of Jsrve," re?
moving Sterilit:; omi Barrenness in both sexes. To
tho yniin-, mld.ile-.-igcd, und mn-d. there ls no greater
boon tlmn this .'Elixir of Life." It give? a new .
lease of life, causing tho weak and debilitated to
have ronowed strength arid vigor, and tbe on tire
system to thrill wlth joy ami pleasure.
Price, ono bottle $!;'three bottles $5; sent by
exnres? to any nddress.
Our medicines are sold and recommended by all
respectable druggists in every part of the civilized
globe; some unprincipled dealers, however, try to
deceive their customers by selling cheap and worth?
less compounds in order to make money. Be not
deceived-ask for these medicines ind take no
others. If tho druggist dora not keep them, write
to us. and we will send them byexpress. carefully
packed, free from observation. Wo will be pleased
tn receive letters with fall statements In regard to
any disease with which' ladies or gentlemen ore
afflict.-,I Address all letters for medicines, buuiph
lets, or advice, to the sole proprietor, A
Dr W. R. MERWIN, 37 WalkerSt.,B.Y,
May 25 mwf ?yr
KRAUSHAAR &. CO,
THE BOUT UrriiOVKD ^
GRAND AND 8 OU AR H
Fall Iron Frame and Overstrung Bass
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
o. IO We?t Itontton-strut. Mo. I
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORE.
HHS UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OJ
L KRAUBHAAR A CO.. are prac ?cal Plano make?
id as snob, have had a large experience In oonnectloi
Ith some oi th? best Establishments in thia conn tr:
id Europe. Their < lao oe aro mads not merely lo
em, but t y them, at d nader their uumocUate person ?
pervlBion, ai-o they allow co Instruments to leave th el
3tory and vasa into the hands of their patrons, uniea,
ey have a power, evan nee?, firmness and roundness o
ne, an elasticity of touch-without which no lustre
ant ought to be satisfactory to th? public-ss well a
at durability In construction, which onables lt to rr
tin in tune and to withstand sudden changes of ten,
rature and exposure to extreme beat and cold, whld
5 sometimes unavoidable.
they will at all times be happy to see the profesaron
d the publia at their Wareroouu, and invite oompar
a between their own Pianos and those ol any otb?
<TON KRAUSHAAR.1.............. '.TOBIAS HAS!'.
o CHARLES J. SOHONEHABN.
tprfl 98 :_
M. M. QUINN;
Oaolesale & Retail Dealer?
?: .' :..:.. rs.
SWSPAPBRS, STATJONBKY, ?TC
O. ??? Smo.STKSB?,
(Opposite Ann-street, ! _
HASLESTON, S. C.
he latest Issues of the press alwavs on hantS.
nbscrlpoans leoetvod .and Gooda delivered or fe*.
Mad by Mair or Eroreas.
U QftHH PHPEstc wqim ptompti? stssuaso .a. -
snroary tl \j
G1IGKBRIKH k SONS,
MAN U FACT ?RJBHS OF
NO. 652 BROADWAY,
GHTCKERIN ti & SONS'
Grand. Square and Upright
AHE SOW, AS TE EV EV Ot HAVE BEEK. CON
SIDEliED thc bc?t lu America, having been
SIXTY-FIVE PKI7.K IHKBU.S.
Of which fourteen were resolved in tlio mouth* of Sep?
tember and October, 1865. and tlrat premium* ever all
couiiiiititorB at the dtftorent principal Fairs In thia
oountry. and tho PRIZE MEDAL at tho
WOELD'S FAIR, LONDON.
I consider Chickering & SOUR' Pianos, beyond com
oarieon. the best I have seou lu Arnot ic*.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instruments.
It ls with feelings of pride an American manufacturers
I thutw?> puttbsh tho following testimonials, which have
beeb received by us recently:
Received during Hie month of August, 18G5.
LONDON, July 25, 1867.
Missus. CmcttrinrNO A SONS-(lents: I bave much
pleasure in enclosing a document signed by the first
composers, musicians and profes-ors lu Europe. I held
your Pianos lu encu bigfi estimation (vide my certifi?
cate) that I felt lt my duty to take ono of thom with me
to Europe, to ascertain tho opinion of my professional
brethren. The enclosed certificate will prove how
unanimous they have been on the subject. I beg to
forward, at the same timo, a letter I received from my
friend, Mr. Couard, which I am scro must be gratify
Inf to you.
I have the honor to be, gentlemen, yours vpry truly,
JAMES M. WEHLI.
LONDON, January ll, 1868.
Jama Af. Wehli, Esq. :
My DKH.II Sm: I have great pleasure In asking you ta
convoy to Messrs. Chickering the. expro siou ot my
highest approval of their Instrument, Ir is, I con -lder,
not morely tho best instrument of American manufac?
ture that I have tried, but one of tho finest Grand Piano?
fortes thal has ever come under my observation; and
the Messrs. Chickering may well be proud of having
turnad out from thslr manufactory au instrument
which, fer touch, quality, power aud workmanship, it
would be very difficult to Burpasa in any part of the
Dear slr, very Blncorely yonrs,
CHAS. D. COLLARD.
Firm of Collard b Collard, Pjauo-forte Mauutacturors,
LONDON, August 22, 1866.
Jana M. Wehli, Esq.:
Mi DEAU Ula: Aa you are eolnu bach to tho United
State?, I niu-t brg you to remember mo kindly to the
Mesum. Chickorlug. Tell them I was delighted with
their Orand Piano-fon e-as good an i?ttrvnent, I think,
aa wu ever turned out, bothintoueh cndUr '.
Wishing you, .tc, I remain over lt jly,
H. F. BROADWOOD,
Firm of I. Broadwood A Sons, Piano-forte Manufac?
turers, London. *?
LONDON, July 20,1SGS.
Mcsrrt. Checkering ct Sont: \
GENTS: I have i eat oeeii Invited by Messrs. Collard to
try a Orand Piauo-forto manufactured hy you, and I
bave no hesitation in endorsing thc opinion ot my old
friend, Mr. C. 1). Collard, viz: That it ls the finest in
strumT 11 over pUyed on.
Bellera me, gentlemen, most faithfnlly yours,
J. L. HATTON.
r?tiino7ttaf?/rom the most distinguished Artists in Europs
to Messrs. Checkering <? Sons:
LONDON. July 25, 1866.
Having played upon a Plano-furto made by Messrs.
Ghlclterlng s Sous, of Boston and New York, I have
much pleasure in testifying to its general excvll, nco.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power for concert purposes, I
consider it a really GRAND PIANO-FORTE, AND DECIDED?
LY TBS BEST I HAVE SEEN OF AMERICAN MANUFACTURE.
ABAiiELLA GODDARD, GIULO REGONDL
ti. A. OSBORNE. ALFKfcD JAELL
W. EURE. LINDSAY SL'iPER.
JDL?S BENEDICT. J. MOS?BKLEj,
M. W. B iLtE. ' Prof. of Conservatoire de
CHAS, HALLE. . Lei. ai?.
BRINLlcI RICHARDS. i AUTHUR OHAPPEL,
RENE FA V Ano ER. Director of Monday Con
SYDNBlf .SMITH. certs. London.
Among the chief points of excellence of the Chi ck er?
l?g Pitaos, of which apeak the renowned artists in their
congratulatory testimonials to the Messrs. Chickering,
are the greatest possible depth, richness and volume of
tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, clearbess and
perfect eveoness throughout the entire scale; and,
above all. a surprising duration of sound, the pure aud
sympathetic quality of which never changes under the
most delicate or powerful touch.
Daring the past forty-three years this firm has manu
Lu ?&e construction of which they have in [reduced every
known and valuable Improvement. They have invaria?
bly been selected and used by all of tue world's ac
knotoleiged great artists who have visited this country
professionally, both for private and puhllo use.
I consider Chickering Sz Sons' Pianos, beyond oom.
parison, the best I have ever se en in America.
I consider Chickering & Sous' Pianos superior to any
in the world.
' They are unrivalled for their singing qualities and for
the harmonious roundness of their tone. There-1B a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the registers. The
upper notes are remarkable for a clearness and purity
which I do not find iu any other Instrument, while the
base ts distinguished for power without harshness, and
for a magnificent sonority,
Your Pianos are superior to any I have ever Been in
this country or In Europe.
I nave never beard-a tone ao perfect; lt yields every
expression that is needed lu music, and its quality la
capable of chango to meet every sentiment. This is a
rare power, ann is derived from the perfect purity of
Its tone, together with Its sympathetic, elastic and well
During the past eight years I have constantly played
upon tlM Justly celebrated Erard Pianos ; yours are the
only instruments that I have found, either here or In
Europe, to equal them in all their points of excellence.
, It may be satisfactory to our patrons and friends
among the publie at large to state that testimonials have
been received from all the leading artista who have
visited or are now residing In the United States, a low of
whose names, besides those aboye, we append:
LEO. DE MEYER, GUSTAV BATTER.
ALFRKD JAEL. J. BENEDICT.
H. f ANDERSON. M. STKAKOSOH.
B. HOFFMAN. J ULLI EN.
And many odors.
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idorsed by GEORGE W. MORGAN, WTLLIs-M A.
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'nlted States. Perfect satisfaction guaran teed.
PIANOS of all gradea and stylos furnished at low ea
ash prices. *
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our address. .
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