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THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 31,18G7.
ALBERT SYDNEY JOHNSTON. ?
Ia the clamor of war and tumult of strife.
At tho shrlno ot hi? Country he offered his life.
And his spirit, too parc to dwell upon earth.
Took refago In Cod, who had given it birth.
But tho victor had gone from this turbulent world
Ero the nag that he cherished forever was. furled;
And tho standard and hero sholl bc in ono" gravo.
AB an emblem of jus tice, tho true and tho bravo 1
No drams were e'en muffled, no rr. arti al array
Conducted tho warrior whero last he shall lay.
But thc herald ot time shall trumpet afar
Tho name of great Johnston, tho hero ol ivar!
.,.? ' T ' rr.
Dear kindred and frieeds. oh comfort now Beek,
And tho toar that will linger, ah. brush from your chock.
For though in Ids erovo.ho rests silently now.
Yet a wreath of pure laurels encircles his brow.
Sleep, patriot, who answered thy countrv's first call.
And for honor and freedom BO nobly did fall;
Though thy body now moulders, yet still Uves thy name.
Which thc breeze* sholl waft to the temple or fame.
SPEECH OP EX-GOVERNOR PARSONS,
We loam from the Montgomery correspondent
of the Mobile, Advertiser that Ex-Govurr.or. PAII
sovs delivered an address before the Legislature
of Alabama, ou the 25th instant, pursuant to a
joint resolution of both Housos. Tho fo.lowing is
reported to be an outline of the Governor's ro?
Taking strong ground against tho ratification of
the constitutional amendment, he said that ir it
was adopted, under its operation all laws passed
by State L?gislatures wouid bo subject to tho ap?
proval of Congress. Tho gravest consequences
would turn upoOsthe action of the Southern States.
The object of the Radicals was to enfranchise tho
negroes. It suffrage was not allowed thom, they
would contend it was an abridgment of the privi?
leges and immunities of citizens of the United
States. Ho argued in strong and forcible language
in support cf the position, that all political power
-the right to make laws and tho Tight to execute
t' icm-should bo alone vested in thc superior race.
The black race will adhere to each ot nor, and tho
contest for politicnlpowcr wouid be a fearful ovo
for us and oar children. The Radical majority of
Congress opposed any distinction as to raco or
color. If their policy Succeeds there might be a
war of sections, aud a war of races will bo immi?
nent, and we would see the full measure cf danger
of that astutely wordod amendment. Tho consti?
tutional amendment was proposed and adopted in
socret session, passed through Congress'with
closed doors; ibero wits no time afforded for de?
bate or deliberation. The motivos of tho Radicals
in adopting it-were not made known, except so far
as thev were disclosed in the report of the majority.
The idea of the Radicals was that tho conquered
wore at tho mercy of tho conquerors. . The doc?
trine of despotism goes no further than that. He
believed they violated their oaths to support tho
Constitution of the United States. 'Chere was no
authority to impose penalties on a State, especially
those of an expostfac.o character.
The great desire of him who rules the helm of
State was, that he might be able to maintain the
position which he has so manfully taken, and
whose policy, ii successful, would save us fro ti
wild anarchy an-i ruin.
Our purpose in swearing fealty to the Consti?
tution, ne said, was not that the party having
power can violate its sacred provisions at will.
Such a course would allow a mere political party
to construe tho Constitution, and make it an en?
gine of oppression. Its name would be used, but
its reality would be gone. Tho third clause ol' thc
amendment would operate unjustly, lt would
disfranchise original secessionists and tho Union
man who opposed the war. Tho people of tho
Southern States would never find it in their power
to control thoir own intentai afiiiirs. All men. it
is true, could vote, even if they could not hold
office, and they would vote for mon representing
their views, and this would bc an additional roason
why the bitter feelings which had existed between
the two sections would be continued.
In this connection, the speaker alluded in terms
of withering sarcasm to those mon who called
themselves unconstitutional Union men, and main?
tained that they wore better Union men than any
of the rest of us.
The intention of the Radicals was to poss an
Enabling Act for the Southern States-not the
Territorial "Bill, as many supposed-but an En?
abling Act, under the operations of which State
Governments exe to bo inaugurated in the South
and all excluded from voling who cannot take' thc
test oath, or the oath to be prescribed in tho En?
abling Act. If this act was passed negroes and
wnite men who can vote will elect members to Con?
ventions and inaugurate tho State Governments,
which will be controlled by these men; and the
practical operation of it will be that a stato of
things similar to that existing in the State of Ten?
nessee will be inaugurated, where the government
is controlled toy* -vory small proportion of thc
He believed that the President would bo able to
sustain himself, and trusted that he would receive
the support_of enough true men at the North to
be able to secure a satisfactory adjustment of our.-?,
difficulties. It was our true policy to adhere to
the letter and spirit of the Constitution. Wc
should maintain the relations into which wo had
entered with tho United Staten Government in
go^dfaith. Ho knew of no better wav of reinstat?
ing the State in all its former political relations to
the United Statos Government, than by observing
good faith and complying fully with the oath we
Ead taken to supporvtho Constitution of the United
States. He said we should learn wisdom and self
control from our past history. He counselled an
adherence to the nublo stand which has boen taken
by the Legislature in rejecting the constitutional
amendment.- There was no occasion for tho'Leg?
islature to furnish tho dagger with which to stab
ita own people, and in this connection he quoted
the bines of Byron, referring tb tho death of the
poet, Kirke White :
"So the struck eagle, stretched upon the plain,
No more through rolling clouds to soar again,
Views his own feather on the fatal doit.
And winged the shaft that quivered in his heart.
Econ were his pangs, but keener far to feel
Be nursed the pinion which impsUed the steel.
Whilst thu ?ur? plumage that hod war rod hin nest
Drank the lost life-drop of his bleeding breast."
The speaker argued forcibly in favor of meting
ont full justice for the black population, and eulo?
gized their good conduct towards tho Southern
people dating the war. There should be but one
law and one penalty for its violation, for white and
black. If this was not done, we reap the bitter
consequences of a refusal. Negro sufirago would
be forced upon us, and the scenes which devastat?
ed St. Domingo re-enacted in our midst. He
urged that all laws should be faithfully executed.
There was no use to pass laws which were allowed
to remain a dead letter on our statute books. It
was the duty of every man to seo the vagrant law
faithfully executed. He referred to tho vagrant law,
and said it was unjust in its operations against our
black population, and f.irnished a weapon which
was used effectively against us by our enemies.
The Northern papers state that in some portions
of Alabama men with black faces go at dead of
night and steal from negroes, and burn their
cWbins, and leave by the light of the. flames tbuv
kindle. The negro, school houses, established to
aid in their development and enlightenment, are
burnt down. This, he said, was a foul blot on our
people, and he denounced it in the strongest terms.
Lawlessness must be put down ortho United
States Government would put it' down in such a
manner as will bo unpleasant to us. Ho alluded
in terms of tho strongest denunciation to improper
articles which lxecinently appeared in the Southern
papers, and said that they worked great injury to
the Southern people.
SoxETBTxa ABOTJX LIAM?NDS.-All the diamonds
found in Brazil wer? thrown away until a Portu?
guese merchant, who was visiting the gold wash?
ing, unexpectedly found a diamond of iirvmenae
value among the heaps of gravel and sand thrown
aside. Keeping, his'.counsel, he continued his
search for a week, and found enough to bring him
four million dollars When he got home. Fearing
to return, he sent his brother 'back, who was
equally successful, but being suspected of some?
thing wrong by the crown officers, he was arrested
and put in prison, upon which he confessed his
mission, gave up his booty, and was taken to Por?
tugal, where he waa liberated by the King. Tho
whole district waa now ordered to be rewashed for
diamonds. It yielded from fourteen to twenty
-thousand ounces per annum, at least four-fifths of
which were inferior quality, and usod only in the
arts before stated. Prom twenty thousand to
sixty thousand hands have been employed. Not
many years ago some French chemists, in analyz?
ing the accompanying minerals, found what ?re
called black diamonds, now known to be uncrys
talized carbon, but HO nearly pure that it is valua
JUe AS a polisher of1 other stones, and sells for
rta,. It was previously
seventy-live ?-_-,,nfc ?ron OM or schorl. That
tbonKht to bem?tnui6 , ^??"d
diacefvorv has led to tho washing ox tuo
over a third time, which prpvoBtobe very profit?
able, as it is abondant.
ABSBDBEN THE GBEAT?ST ENVBLOFE-MABTNO Cm
rK THE WORLI>.-A writer in an English journal,
describing the manufactures of Aberdeen, says:
"Tho Aberdenians would seem to be scarcely loss
celebrated for the manufacture of paper than they,
are for granite ships and combs. Few might be
inclined to believe that one million of superfine
envelopes are made daily in this remote region of
the kingdom. But in addition to this, one firm
monufoctures fifty tons of writing-paper a week.
At their mills at Stoneywood, in the vicinity of
Aberdeen, and at the Union Works (the envelope
department), in the city itself; they give employ?
ment to somewhere "about two thousand persons,
and as far as regards envelopes, the groat, propor?
tion of which are folded and stamped by machine?
ry, the Piries are believed to be tue greatest
makers of the present day. They confine them?
selves to tho production of note-paper, envel?nos
and cards. The business was commenced by the
grandfather of the present partners in thc year
1770. The manufacture of gray, brown and tea
paper is carried on at Waterton and Mnggiemoss,
two mills a few milos north of Aberdeen, belong?
ing to a firm who turn ont eighty-Six thousand
tons of paper weekly, and fifteen thousand-tons of
grocers' paper bags, for which latter they have a
machine capable of dcmg the work of twenty
women in any given time. They employ altogeth?
er about two hundred and fifty^nandt'. Tho ex?
tent of the Aberdeen paper trade may be gathered
from the fact that there are five papnr mills within
fifteen miles of the city, whereat no fewer than
two ^thousand five hundred persons find employ
There is living at Fishkill a man who has ac?
quired rio little notoriety as a rabbit hunter. He
has succeeded in taming and training a ferret, with
which be visits tho burrowing place of rabbits.'
When he arrives at a burrow he releases the fur
ret, who enters immediately, driving out the rab?
bits into a bag, which the hunter holds over tho
month of the burrow. In this way he caught sev<
?Bty>five on Wednesday last. '
SOME PAETXCOLABS OF TUE FIRE IN LAGBANOE.
From a privato lottor reccivod in this city yester?
day, wo KC' somo particular? of tho late firo in
LaGrango. It scorns that tho firo occurred about I
il o'clock, and by ll thc entire west sidoof thojpub- |
lie square was in ruine.'4SVo did not ascertain in
v.hat building tho fire -originated, but learn that,
with tho exception of Br. Morrison's ?lock of
drugs, tho goods woro uearly all saved without a
great doal of da nogo. It was at oro timo thought
that several residencos in rear of the Stores, to?
gether with tho Baptist Church, which ?B on tho
northwest corner of tho public squaro, would cer?
tainly be destroyed; but by tho Herculean efforts
of tho citizens those were saved.
It was thought that thoro was considerable in?
surance on tho property- destroyed, but of courso
we could not ascertain tho names of partios, nor
thc amount of insurance.-Atlanta New Era.
thc burial of a man and his wife in tho same grave.
Our fellow-citizen iMr. John Landrum and his wife
died on thc day previously within five hours of
each otlior. Such things may and do take placo
in case of opideuiics, but aro very raro in their
absence, us in this instance. At one foll swoop
tho augel of de:'tli harvested tho united heads of a .
family, leaving oas son, "tho lono scion of his
GENEBOUS DONATION.-Wc were told yesterday
of a generous donation, worthy of highest praiso
and nitration, to the poor of Columbus, by a young
Kentuckian. A few (lavs since ho sent $1000 to
Slr. F. J. Mott, son of Colonel Mott, of this city,
and directed that it should bo ap-iied to the relief |
of tuc needy of Columbus, and especially to the
families of "tho Confederate soldiers who had boon
killed or disabled in tho late revolution. Tho donor j
is Mr. J. W. lluut Reynolds, of Frankfort, Ky. Ho
was for a whilo a fellow student with Mr. Mott at
I leidolbcrg, Germany. Some families have already
experienced tho ben?til of his bounty, and tho gift
mil be disposed of judiciously and as tho giver in?
tended. Kentucky and Maryland havo groatly
aided tho dintrcss?d and impoverished of our sec?
tion, but wo havo no . yet heard of one donation
which equal? or exeeods tho ono we havo men?
tioned. Honor to tho generous !-??'un.
THE ^VENTTDE.-As we predicted in our last
issuo, the bark i?vcntido, Park master, loadod with
lumber, from tho mills of Gen. Birge, on the Sa
tilia, wes wrecked on tho. Policau Shoals, at tho
mouth of that rivor, The bark and cargo were sold
at public outcry, in this city, - on Monday, and
brought $1800.-lirunstciclc Courier, January 25.
Tho Admiral was gotten off and is now at anchor
near tho city, making about twelve.inches of water
an hour. It IB presumed sho will be condemned
DEATH o? OLD CITIZEN.-Tho LaGrango Report -
er, of yesterday, notices tho death of Mr. Wiley
Alford* ono of tho oldest citizens of that place,
which occurred tho previous week. He was
yoars of age.
LEOAL.-Tlic Macon Journal and Messenger, of I
tho 25th, siva: "The novel oase alluded to in our
paper of yesterday as before tho Superior Court,
m which "ro-payment of a debt which had been |
contracted in Confederate scrip was demanded,
carno to a conclusion on the same day. Thc jury
dismissed tho case, directing each party to pay an
equal proportion of tho costs."
EXTENSION OF THE GOLF ROAD.-Wo axe grati?
fied to learn that matters have been arranged to
socoro th? completion of the Atlantic and Gulf |
Railroad to Bainbridge, in Decatur county, at an
early day. A friend in'.-that place, writing us on
the 23d instant, says: "Tho railroad mooting yes?
terday was a sucooss-315,00 ) were subscribed on
tho spot, and $15,000 moro promised. Tho g<and
jury recommended $50,000 by the county, and the
Ci tv Council of Bainbridge- will take $50^000 moro.
This will secura tho road at once."
* [Macon Telegraph?
ist ROMO, GA., PRISONERS-Our paper, on Sun?
day morning, contained a statement of the arrest
Of scvoral gentlemen of Rome, Ga. Tho party,
fivo in number, reached this city on Sunday, under
guard, and now ron:am in confinement at tho bar?
racks of tho federal garrison, ou tho city limits.
Their names are as follows : R. F. Hutchings, L.
T. Mitchell, Jt. J. Pate, H. P. Wells, and AV. S.
Gibbons, all of them of our sister town of Rome.
The head and front of their offending, wo aro told,
was in being accessory to the display of a Confed?
erate flag at an exhibition givon in the abovo town.
The arrest was made by General Thomas, at the
instance of tho agent of the Freedmen's Bureau,
of Rome, with instructions that they shall romain
in tho custody of tho commandant of this post
until further orders. We saw tho prisoners yester?
day, and, for tUo.information of their f iiends, can
state that their creature comforts have been looked
after, while at tho hands of Captain Mills, of this
garrison, they will rcccivo none, other than that
treatment windi a truo'Soldicr so well understands
is duo to another.-Atlanta Intelligencer, 29i/?. i
Bn.ADLET STILL AT WOB . ..MONO THE NEGBOES_
It would seem that this u-ngerous fellow is still
oLpragod in sowing the seeds of what may yet provo
to bo a serious disturbance.
Capt. Brandt yesterday afternoon telegraphed
Gen. Scott that by the renewed advice of tho noto?
rious Bradley, tho colored peoplo who agreed to
leave thc Delta and other plantations, and did de?
part therefrom last week, returned in largo num?
bers yesterday and took possession of the islands,
crossing tho river in flats, lader, with furniture and
other eflects. 'Thc planters, wlio find themselves
dispossessed of their lands, request the promised
aid of Gen. Scott, and a largo number of them ar?
rived in our city last 'evening to consult and take
advice as to tho best plan to bo adopted to secure
the control of their plantations.
The freedmen havo. returned to Captain Mani
gault's plantation, and have occupied tho quarters,
.driving tho peoplo out who woro entitled to ro?
Captain Brandt informs us that Bradley's mis?
representation -i to tho colored people have com?
pletely disarranged the labor system in bis dis?
trict, and croatcd a feeling of distrust and uncasi-.
ness, the majority of the freedmen still believing
that Bradloy's famous ono dobar petitions will
have tho promised effect of procuring for each
poor negro, who'Was foolish enough to denote one
dollar of his ha-d-earned money to the private
?rarse of tho truly philanthropic and t surely disin
erostod Bradley, tho possossory titles to theso fine
sea islands.-Havannah Republican.
MEETTNG AT THE SECOND A FBI CAN BAPTIST
CHTJBCH.-Quite a largo concourse of people were,
last evening, assembled in this church to listen to
addresses from several individuals upon the sub?
ject of the recent "exodus" of colored persons
from this State to Florida. After th3 usual intro?
ductory exercises a few remarks were made bV a
white man, who gave a glowing picture of the for?
tuity and prosperity of Jblovida, and tho great ad?
vantages it presents to the colored race us an
abiding place. .>
Thc aiinounconiont that tho notorious Aaron A.
Bradley would address tho audience undoubtedlv
drew quito a number of oolorod people to the
church, who wore curious to eta? tho "would-be
Moses" of their race-he that, like Head Centro
Stephens, bsd promised much but done little..
Bradley, in his usual modest way, arose, and, in a
tangent, said: *
''Ladies and CenHemen : loxa sorry, vorv sorry
indeed, for having had anything to" do with this
meeting. I .was decoyed into it. /have late?
ly boon to Washington, and / came here to-night
to report to yon-to give you my views in regard
to lands in Horida. /find, howover, that a certain
person (nodding bia hoad in tho direction of a
white man who sat near him) has dictated to me,
or attempted to dictate to me,.what /shall say
upon this question to-night-what words I shalt
speak about this matter of labor. / mean the
strike; General 'Hilson to the contrary notwith?
standing (applause), General Grant, or anybody
else. S nee, however, / am prevented speaking
mv views,, / will leave." -
. . Mr. Bradley hero took up- his hat, walked down
the maia isle, and was followed bv half tho con?
gregation. Upon reaching the steps of the church
he was surrounded by a large crowd of colored
people, who groe tad him with cheers, the meeting
being abruptly terminated by Bradley's sudden
MILITARY GONE-Thomas ville is once more
evacuated by the United Statos forces, and tho
town is-now restored to its usual quiet. About a
dozen soldiers, attached to the Freedmen's Bu?
reau, drinking and .carousing, cursing and swear?
ing m tho Court House, where thev made their
headquarters, have kept the town in "an uproar for i
Hovera! months, and required all the vig?nnce of
tho authorities to licep thom in subordination. At ?
las^they received orders, aud left on tho train
Wednesday morning. If it should ever be found
necessary to send ?ore soldiers here, we sincerely
hopo a better class will bo selected. But there
never wid bo any necessity for soldiers to ke?pthis
community quiet as long as tho civil authorities
are untrammelled, and not even thon, if the citi?
zens aro left to themselves,
S Orth Car i lina Items.
The Raleigh Sentinel learns that a number of
tho members of tho Legislature met in the'Com
mons Hall Ou Friday last, to confer upon the pecu?
niary condition of tho peoplo. After much dHMus-'
sion, a committee was appointed to pr?i^a?bUl
for legislativo action.. T? an parts of the State -
under the Stay Law<tf afe ConVention, creditors
aro said to.h> fifing their claims in snit, and in
some.^M?nties there are from 500 to 1000 writs re?
turnable to the next tenn.
ABBBST.-The first arrest-under tho Civil Righta
Bill wa3 made yesterday by Unitod States Mar?
shal, R. C. Keboe, on a warrant issued by R.- F
Lehman, Unitod States Commissioner. ' - ' ~
The prisoner, who ls named Vincent Dixon
stands charged with nalawfully "arid fore?biijde
taming in his custody and control, at Dawson's
Creek, Rena Ann Bryan, a child, jpjf-'color, and the
daughter of oise Join Bryan,' against her will and
consent, and that tue said Vincent Dixon neg-'
loots and; refutes to allow tho said Rena Bryan to
return to her molher's houBO"iu Newborn, North
Tho case will como before tho United States
Commissioner's Court this morning.
I?ei?em Journal of Commerce.,
ANOTHER ROBBERT AND O?TUAOE,-On Friday
night last a band of robbers visited the. premises
of Mr. Wm, M, Nelson, near Dawson's Crock, some
twenty-five miles below Newliern, and atole from
him eight bushels of meal he hod that day received
from mill, all the pork he had in bis smokehouse,
and several other articles of value. "
[IVeuibern Commercial, 26ft inst
SHAD-THE FIRST OP THE SEASON.-The first
shad of the season made their appearance in mar?
ket on yesterday. Being early runners, they creat?
ed no little sensation, which is not to be wondorod
at if tho-prico for winch they were sold is taken
into consid?ration. Mr. John Bishop of the Pilot
House, becam: the purchaser at $10 per nair We
are fond of shad, but not of paying Vuel, prioes,
be they ovor so delightful.-Wilmington Journal.
DETENTION OF TRAMS-The passenger trains oh
tho Wilmington and Manchester Railroad were on
yesterday dotained by an nccident which rendered
the passage across Lumber River unsafe. The
bridge is aDout sovonty miles from this pl%ce, and
tho damage was caused by a timber raft, which,
being swept down tho stream by a strong current'
ran so forcibly against one of the supports of th?
brldgo as to carry it away. The damage could
havo b.on repaired, in a vory short time had tho
water been sufficiently low to admit of tho work
boing performed.-lind. a.
Tho Methodist "Book Concern" in New York has
between twenty and thirty cylinder presses con?
stantly at work.
HEW YOKE-Per steamship Monoica-ll. tlorcoa Kloo.
m bales 3 I Cotton. 400 bolos Upland Cotton. 100
bales Yarn, and 00 Packages.Per sehr D B War?
ner-110 bales 8 I Cotton. 322 bales Upland Cotton.
125 bbls Spirits Turpentine, 900 bbls Rosin, 00 empty
Alo Barrels. 25 casks Wino. 2? esses Wine. 12 bags
Tobacco, 23 package? Furniture, 4GO pieces Hollow?
ware, 2 bbls Vinegar, 2 packages Mdzo.
Thc Charleston Cotton market.
OFFICE OF THE DAILY NEWS. . I, ..
CHABXESION. .Wedn?V.ay Evening, January 30. J j
With a good demand ino market became irregular and
the staple was, in some instances, sold at a rise, and a
few transactions took placo Indicating easier rates. Some
classes of Cotton have, within n few days, improved in
price to tho extent of a half cent, per lb... and wo have
somewhat altered our quotations to correspond. Tho
transactlone tc-day amounted to 010 boles, say 39 at 20. 9
ot 29. 25 at 30, 62 at 80?. 14 at SO?, 07 at 31. HG at 3I?
C2 at 32, 50 at 32?, 10 at 32?, 33 at 33, and 36 ot 33? cts.
Low MIddUng...31 C?31?
Strict Middling.33 @
j . - Augusta Market.
AUGUSTA, January 29.-FINANCIAL AND COMMEBCIAI?
-Business, generally, during tho past wook, has been
moderate in all branches of trade. Planters generally
storing their Cotton, believing that pr'ces would soon bo
bettor_tho Ramo cause has operated with dealers In
Bonds and Stocks; the want of money has caused but
few operad"- ns.
GOLD AND t?it.VEE.-The market hos remained un?
changed daring tho wook. Brokers buy Oold at 135 and
sell at 13fiaI36?. Silver, buying at 128 and soiling at 132.
EXCHANGE.-Checks on tho Nortli par aii discount
Thc supply of sight barely equal to tho demand. No time j
COTTON.-The depressed tone noticed last week con?
tinued (up to yesterday, Monday,) with a decline of fully
2c on tho better grades, while on tho lower grades there
! was but UtUo change-closing on Saturday at about 30c i
for middling; 31c for strict middling, and 3l?e for good
middling. Monday, however, there was an improved
demand, and sellers have been able to advance rates full
lal'.jc. The dotuand is mainly for middlingstanu grades
below; and tho purchases in tho main are for Europe.
Receipts for this season are very light, as is the offering
FINANCIA!.-Money market remains very dull. Gold
-Brokers buy at 135 and Bell at ISO. Silver, 126, and scU
COTTON-There was o fatr demand for tho staple to?
day, but the offering stock was very light, ond sales were
effected at about lc advance on hut week's figures. Sales
of thc day foot np 301 bales, as follows, viz: 7 at 28; 3 at
29; 34 at 30; 21 at 30Y, ; 50 at 31; 93 st 31J?S 8 at 31? ;-and
100 at 32. Tho receipts are 218 boles. Wo guote Mid?
dling, 30?; Strict Middling, 31031?; and Good Mld
COTTON STATJOrtST FOE ATJOrJSTA AND BAMnUBO.
Stock on hand Sop'cuibor 1,1B0C. 9,555
Received since last .-> klement. 2,195
Exported since last statement.2,091
Stock on hand January 28, 1867.,.. 17,577
BALTIMORE, January 26.-COFFEE.-We report solos
cf 200 bags bags fair Rio at 17?c ; 140 bags good to prime
at IS?c, gold.
COTTON.-The market is quiet, with email sales of mid?
dling upland at 33?c. Wo quote held at 33a34c.
FLorm.-Tho market was again quiet to-day; no solos
worthy of special remark; transactions confined to small
lots for local wants within otu? range here annexed, viz:.
Howard-street'Super ond Cut Extra...$11 00 @S11 50
Howord-stroot Shipping Extra. 12 50 (a) 13 00
Howard-street High Grades. 13 00 & u GO
Howard-street Family. 14 00 @ 16 00
Ohio Super ond Cut Extra. 10 75 @ ll 25
Ohio Extra Shipping...... 00 00 Cv 00 on
Ohio retailing. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Family. 14 60 ? 15 50
Northwestern Super. 9 75 (Ja 10 75
Northwestern Extra. ll 60 "@ 12 00 .
City Mills Sur/et" ..'.'.;;...;. 10 60 (?d' 12 00
City Mills, Staudard Extra. ll 50 @ 12 75
City Milla Shipping brands Extra. 14 75 @ 10 00
Baltimore, Welch's & Greenfield Fam'y 17 60 @ 00 00
1 Baltimore high grado Extra.. 16 75 (ti 00 00
Rye Flour, new.6 25 @ 7 00
Corn Meal, City Mills. 4 75 (3> 5 00
GRAIN-Wheat-640 bush red offered; 350 bush sold, ot
S3 15; .400 bush white also rece iv ed and sold at S3 25.
Corn was In good supply, particularly yellow; tho offer?
ings embroco- 24,000 bush yellow and-4000 bush white;
market steady for white, and fully 2 eta lower on yellow.
Included in the sales were 800 bmh mixed white at 94a
97 cts; 1700 Joush fair to piitno at Slal 02; 12,000 bush
yellow delivered at thc Point at 98 cts; 8000 bush do for
uptown delivery at 93a97 cts. Oats-?050 hush received,
with sm di soles at 57a58 cts.
MOLASSES-Wo notice a sale of 20 puncheons English
( Island at 65 cts ? gallon. -
PROVISIONS-Tho maiket remains quiet, though steady,
I and but for tho difficulty in making shipments, would bc
very active, as there aro plenty of orders from the South
j for Bacon. We quote Shoulders at Hal 1? cts; rib Sides
' 12? eta; clear rib 13? eta. Hams 17 cte for city sugar
cured, and 15?al6 cts for plain; wo report sales of 95
tes old Western shipping at 10 cts. Nothing doing iu
Bulk Meats; prices nominally unchanged; Mess Pork
S22a22 50. Lard 12?al2? cts for city and Western bbls.1
RICE-Wo still quote for Coolina 10 ?alic; Rangoon
9a9?e per lb.
SALT-There was sor-.o speenlativa feeling to-day, and
holders are firm at $2 20a2 25 for Liverpool Ground Alum,
and S3 2 03 25 tor Fine; no low grades in the market.
Turk's Island is steady at SSaSBc per bush.
SUOAB-There were no-sales to-day except 1462 boxes
Cuba Molasses taken to account for refining at 9?c; we
j etill quote Fair to Good Refining at 10?al0? cts, four
WHISKEY-Nothing dolns that w? are advised of ;
I prices aro still Irregular for country lots; City held at
S2 25 per gal.
Consignees inr South Carolina. Ita Uro ut!,
C15 bales Cotton, 16 boles Mdse, 5 cars Stock, 9 cars
Wood, 5 cars Lumber, Furniture, and Sundries. To W
P Dowling, Gibbes i Co, J Coakley, H L Jeffers & Co, J
Minta, Adams, Frost & Co, Willis k Chisolm, J H Kalb,
E H Rodgers k Co, G H Walter k Co, L M Ayer k Co, J
& J D Kirkpatrick, L D DcSausSure, D, A Anime, Thurs?
ton A Holmes. G"W Williams A Co, E W Marshall. Courte?
nay & Trenholm. R R Agent, G A Hopley A Co, Rev H M
Mood, Strauss, Vanees A Co, Mrs Kurth ard t, Dr W W
Keith, B Lewis, Averill A Son, J B Shiver. C P Poppen
heim, T A Fuller, JD Aiken A Co, W C Courtney A Co. E
J Wiss A Co, Mowry A Co, W W Smith, J M Eason A
Bro, A Cameron, Ebaugh A Mallonot-, E Welling, H
Per steamship Moneta, for Now York-M McHugh, W
A Caldwell, Miss Edwards.
i Per steamship Quaker City, from New York-M Jacobi,
T A Shock, USN, and son, W C Osborne, W Chrystal,
Mrs C W Dempsey, E J Brown, D Labs, J A Monget.
and 9 in steerage.
Per steamer Dictator, from Jacksonville, Palotko,
Fernandina, and Savannah-A N Johnson and lady, H A
PhiUips, A H Young, Gen W B Owens, W J Marshall, Dr
King and lady. B E Brown, G E Hainsworth, T D Dot
terer. S Croslick, B D Hall, C H Allen, Cuptain John D
Young, W H Kennody, Col D Kemper, H Castles, Mrs
Wilson, Mrs Malone, Mrs E C McClure and child, Miss
Wylie, Mrs J M Sullivan, Miss Sullivan, Miss Evans. S L
France, Miss M Choevs, Miss E Cheevea, Miss Lee, B M
Bealey, T P Huger, W H Heyward, ond S deck.
Per steamer W W Frazier, from Edisto-J Townsend
and lady. Miss Townsend, B J Whalcy, J King, H Wil?
son, F Shaffer, D Beatson.'W S Murray, S J Austin, W
Ham, and 13 deck.
PHASES OP TUX MOON.
New M. 5th, 7h. 10m. even I Full M. 20th, 2h. lflm. even
First Q. ISth.llh.Um.morn | Last Q. 27th, Oh. 6m. morn
M JAN. A FEB.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Steamship Quaker City, West, New York-left Sunday,
27th inst. Mdzo. To Kavenel A Co, J E Adger- 4e Co, C
N AveriH A Son, Alexander A Levy, J D Aiken A Co, Al?
bee A Warren, Adams, Frost A Co, A H Abrahams A
Sons, T M BriEtoH. Brown A. Hyer, Holtmann Bros, H
Bischoff A Co. Bissell ir Co. O D Brahe A Co, J G Be ver
son, E Bates A Co, W O Bennett & Co, D Burkett, L Co?
hen, J R Boyleston A Co, T M Cater, A Carfole, J W Car?
in sit, H Cobia ti Co, T Cordoo, J A Cook, W Carrington
tc Co, J Cornus, Cl>Oow & Co, G W Clark k Co, J Cald?
well Sr Son, J Campsen A Co, Craig, Tuomey & Co, W H
Chafes, H Daly, E J Dawson k Co, Do wie A Moise, JAP
Dawson, M Drake, J B Duval. Express Companies, A W
Eckel & Co, H Eisonbach, J Egan, Ebaugh k MaBonee, D
F Fleming k Co, I L Falk A- Co, Ferguson *; Holmes, T
P Forreston. C D Franko, C Prender, Gruber A Martin J
H Graver, H Gerdts k Co, Gramann 1^ Sch wacke. Good
rich, Wineman k Co, C Graveley, w. Gurney, Goudxop A
Beutbncr, J Hurkamp, Com'dy A X. Hughes, a H Ho?,
pock. Hart A Co. Hastie, Calhoun A Co, C B HohnesTj
W Harrisson, Hunt Bris, J H Hillen, F Horsey Jen?
nings, ThomllitBOO k Co, D Jacobi, Johnston, Cse wa A
Co, A T?Unff.-Je?Eards tc Co, Klinck, Wiokenbxs? A Co, H
Kltttto & Co, F KresseL W Kinsman, A I^aneer/G H Lin
?Jt?dt. E J Lewith, L Lorentz, D Lopes A gem. R H Mc?
Dowell, J Moore. Mantoue & Co, Si Minshull Murphy
Little k Co, Muller A Nimitz, C Matthews, McLoy A Bice!
Molch era ii Muller, Macollas, Wilhams & Parker Mehr
tens & Wohltraann. W McComb A Co. J Marzvek. G A
Nenffer, D O'NelU, J, F O'Neill A Son, C F Psnkato. B B
Pennal, J Purcell, B B Agent, B B.Bhett,JrT???efls, 4
N Roba?ji, C Ring. J. Russell, Benneker & Glover. W A
RgOCBavenel k Barnwell, E H Rodgers-,* Co. J S Bead
P?,?^*"?L* ofsosftost Cysten:
house/A Co, WW Smith, Shepherd St Coben o gfecllev
W A Skrine, J B E Sloan, Stell," Webb.* Co. Sehmnal
&icb?'S -?J?\? Teideman w. J. T^Thompsoil?
Bro, W G Trott, J F Taylor ft^TJ?Mhardt & Canrpeen,
? ^mmisaary, J Von Honen, YJerner & Ducker, v?ffis
& Chisolm, W G Wh??en. J. Walkor, J B Wiltberaer W
TWmte.GWWflliarnA^CcsS Yeadon. M Geraghty, S
G Courtenay. O H Muise, Van Eppe 4 Toppen. andOrderr
Steamer l^ptotor. t?oxetter, Pslstka, via Jaclrs<mvila?.
Fernandina and Savannah. 208- bales- 8 I Cotter! 3
balea Hideo, ?bales Wool. 20 empty Kegs. To J D Atoa'
U Oo, Cohern-Honckel k Co. Thompson A Bro, B J; Wiss
k Co, QBtngraham, W?hl, & Oiiaoton, Hunt Bros. JE
PringHe, Adams, Frost A Co, WM Lawton, J A EoSow &
Co^Pinckuey A Bro, Screven A Nisbet, J B?ognL W
Steamer W W Frazier, Torrent; Edisto. 21 bales 8 I
Cotton. To O L Gnilleaume, Boper A Stoney, W. M Law?
ton, Gibbes A Co, Mowry A Co, and (Artier. *
Sehr A S Deas, from West Point MfJL 47. bbls Ric* To
Boper & Stoney. -
Steamship Moneta. Lehby, New York-WilliB & Chisolm.
Behr D B Warner, Adams, New York-W Bosch.
. .Went to Sen Yesterday.
Steamship Moneka, Lobby, New Torfe. ,
Br bark Regina, Tobin, Liverpool. .. _-"
.From tut? Port.
Brig Polnsett, Anderson, Boston, Jon 25. .
Up tor this Port.
Sehr Transit, Hawkins, at Boston. Jan 25.
Cleared for tilts Port.
Brig Bolerson, Scott, at Boston, Jan 25.
Tho orig L M Merrill, trimer, tram this port for Bos?
ton, passed Holmes' Hole, January 22.
LIST OP VESSELS
UP, CLEABKD AND HATT.nm FOB THIS PORT.
. F OB BI ON.
Ship Missouri, Edward^up^?0^. .. Jan M
Ship Sotithern Bights, Bois, cleared. . . . jSn
The Seaman, Doyle, up. .?S ia
The BeodoU, Marcusson, cleared. ' ""TWT a
The Glsdstono, Evenson, sailed..li"DSO OO
The Tecumseh, 8fwn?gle, sailed.;rS>S
Brig Albert, Brrtea?^roWea......... . " "' SS 8
The Tregarthen, Stsolo, sailed.Jan 1
The Sylph, F?tor?, sailed.Jan 10
The Paul Maria,-, sailed..Oct
Bark Mary Bello Bobort?, Burney, sailed.Doe
Steamship Goo B Upton, Crowoll, to leave.Feb 9
Brig Bolorson, Scott, cleared.Jan 25
Sehr Transit, Hawkins, np.Jan 25
Steamship E B Sender, Lockwood, to loavo.Jan 30
Steamship Carlotta, Collins, to loavo.Feb 2
Ship B C Winthrop, Stuart, cleared.-.Jan 1?
Brig Lugan,-, up....Jan IG |
Sehr Amer!cns. Moss, up.Jan 17
Sehr Loyal Scranton,. Lowden, up.Jan IT
Sehr May Day, Adams,- cloared.Jan 23
Sehr Donpach,'--. up.Jan 7
Sehr Albert Mason. Bose, up.Jan 7
Sehr A F Larraboe, Carlisle, cloared.Jan 17
Sehr lilly. Francis, cloared.Jan 17
Bark Fannie K Shaw, Shaw, cleared.Doc 28 |
Scar Richard Vaux. Fowell, cleared.Doc ll)
Sehr J Elliott. Gilchrist, cleared.Jan ll
Steamship Carroll, Hudgins, up.Jan 24
Steamship Falcon, Seed, cleared.Jan 22
Sehr Fleetwood, Gardner, cleared....Jan
Sehr Ida L Richardson, Bedel, cleared.Jan 19
Sehr Dauiol Chase, Mitchell, up.Jan 21
j Sehr G N Carpenter, Fitzgerald, up.Jan 22
Sehr Hannah Litllo, Little, up.Jan -
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
; ior the uso of the
Medical Profession and the Family,
is now endorsed by oil tho proutine it Physicians, Chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, as possessing all those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tome and diuretic) which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
We trust that our established reputation-founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin?
dicates our claims to public confidence, and guaran?
tees the excellence of this Standard Article.
But np in cases containing ono dozen bottles each, and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, Ac.
A. IL BININGER & CO,
(Established 1778.1 Sole Importer?,
No. 15 Beaver street, Now York.
Opinions of tile Press.
The Biningors, No. 15 Beaver street, havo a very high
reputation to sustain, aa the oldest and best house in
New York.-Heme Journal., . . iii f i '. : > '
Tho house of A. M. Fining?r tc Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, has sustained, for a period of eighty y-ara, a repu?
tation that may well bo envied.-A*. T. Evening Pott.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
-Opposite Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO ICING & CASSIDEY,
NO. 151 MEETING STBEET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 29 - tuths Gmo
LADIES, USE THIS AND NO OTHER.
And' with your PASTRY you will have no bother;
At ovcry gr oe er* you can get it.
Try a box and you. will nov'r regret it
This YEAST POWDER is used by all first-class Hotels
and Restaurants through thc country, and is finding its
way into cvory household whero good Yeast Powder is
appreciated. Samples free. Every box warranted to
give satisfaction or money refunded. Manufactured by
TAYLOR A YOUNG, No. 186 Front street. New York.
Sold by . HEN BY BISCHOFF k CO.,
january 2t thstuCmo No. 197 East Bay.
SOUTHERN EXPRESS COMM
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the sale
Transmission of Freight, Money,
and Yal imbi es.
WILL CALL FOB AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
- . H. It. 1?LANT, .-^resident,
April 10_Augusta, Ga.
JACOB G. RENTIERS,
MEASURER AND INSPECTOR OF LUMBER, TIM?
BER and WOOD, to bo found at Office of STETN
MEYEB A SON, Factors, foot Eeauiain street, respect-.
tully offers his services to the public in above capacity.
Captain MEDICUS RICKEN BAKER, of Barnwell and
Orangoburg, will bo happy to sue his friends at above
?3? Carolina Times, Grangeburg C. H., please publish
twice. tuthsdmo December 4
WILLIS & CHISOLM,
FACTORS, COMMISSION MER CHAMS,
.\ \ J ILL ATTEND TO THE PURCHASE, SALE AND
Vf SHIPMENT (to Foreign and Domestic Porta) ol'
COTTON. BICE, LUMBER AND NAVAL STOBES.
ATLANTIC WHARF, C liar leston, S. C.
E. WILLIS....A. B.4CHtSOLM.
C . S . JENKINS,
MEASURER ANO INSPECTOR OF
TIMBER AND LUMBER,
OFFICE AT E. N. BRODIE'S,
West end of Broad Street,
January 28_tuths 2mos Charleston. 8. C.
F. C. BARBER & SON,
FINN Cl AL BROKERS,
\ XT ILL BUT AND SELL ON COMMISSION AND FOB.
VV orders. SPECIE, BANK NO-i.ES, BONDS, STOCKS
AND COUPONS, and will make COLLECTIONS at anj?
point within, the State._tuthsamos_January I
RISLEY & CREIGHTON"
SfflPPIXG AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Importers of W. India Prote*
COR. EAST BAY AND ACCOMMODATION WHARF.
WHITE & PAINE,
SMipiiig I CoiiissM Mcicliants
NO 4 SOUTH ?TT^ANTIC^SI lARF,
J. Jt?WUTTE._.??O?GSi. PAZNE
~"GB?ESER, LEK, SMITH & co.,
Cotton Factors, Commission and
NORTH ATLANTIC WBA^JtF,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
C. Ai GBAESER. ?
G. W. LEE, of Sumter. A. STYDNEV SMITH.
CHARLES SPENCER, of BisliOpvflle.
January 1_'_ tnths2mos
LAW NOTICE. ~
W. W. H A B L X, E E,
MARS BLUFF, 8. . C.,
T>BACTTCES IN THE COURTS OF L-L W AND ?CU?
i TY for TDarllngton, Marion, Horry and Williams?
HARLLEE A BOYD", Darlington, offios) at Darlington
??? HABLLBE & HARLLEE, Marlon and Horry; Office
HARLLEE tc WILLSON, WBUarnabur?-. Offlco at
Klngatree,_ Imo .? January 18
MANHOOD AUB THE VTO0R?O;F YOUTH
restored in four weeks, by Dr. RICOBX>'8 ESSENCE
OF LIFE. Sr. Ricard (of Pcrtafc, after yean of eerest so?
licitation, has at le-igth accadod to the earnewt requests
of the American public, and appointed aa Agvnt in New
York for tho sale of his valuad and highly-prized Emtfnrfi
of Life. Thia wonderful agwnt restore manhood to
the moat shattered const! hntlans, whether arising from
excesses, tho offsets of eUmnto, or natural cause*:. The
tinto required to cure the moat inveterate case Iv four
weeks; and if used according to printed instructions,
which are very simple, failure is fextpossfble. ! Thia life,
restoring remedy should oe taken by an about to marry,
aa ita enacts are perm anent. It ia acknowledged by the
medical preis to beth? greatest discovery ever made.
Its developing powers ar e ndraculrrcs. Success in every
case is aa certain as that sctecce overthrows ignorance.
Dr. Bicord'a Essence o/ Uf? ls sold Ja oases, with foll tn.
structiona for use, at flo, or tour qaantidea ia one for %%
and will be sent to any part, carefully packed, on roccif .t
of remittance to hls-aci reditcd agent.
March23 ly No. SI Liberty street. New York. -
"18 yenni ostabrHb-sd in N. T. etty." "
"Only infallible --?m?dica known.".
'Tree from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to tho Tintinan Family."
"Bate como out ot their holes to die."
RAT, ROACH, ETC.,' EXTERMINATORS,
Is a paste-used for Kais, Alice, Roadies,
Black and Red Ants, kc, ??c. "
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator,
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for1 Brd-liiigs, kc'
.Costar's Electric Powder for Insects
Is" for Sloths, Slnsipiitors, Fleas, Red-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls,' Animals, kc
?3~ ! l-l. Duwil! i I I li of all wortliloss imitations.
KS- See that "COSTAII'S" name is on each Dei, l?ottl?.
and Flask, before you buy.
SS- Address. ,
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. 481 BROADWAY, N. Y.
SCS- Sold in Charleston, S. C.. by
DU.T-: MELV?N COHEN, No. 334 King-streot.
And all Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
BARNES, WARD k CO.,
New Orloans. La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern State;
FOE CUTS, BURKS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, BOILS, CAN?
CHES, Broken Breasts;- Sore' Nipples, Bleeding, Blind
I and Painful Piles; Scrofulous. Putrid and Ill-conditioned
I Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutane?
ous Affections, Ringworm,' Itch, Corns. Bunions, Chil?
blains, kc ; Chapped Hands, Lips, icc. ; Bites of Spid .TS.
Insects, Animals, kc, kc
j&xj- Boxes, 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1 sizes.
SST Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
S?r And bj HENBY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 4S4 Broad?
way, N. Y.
?Sr "And by DB. P. MELVIN COHEI',
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD k CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for thc Southern St-tcs.
"COS TAR'S "
FOR CORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, Ac.
Boxes 25 cts., 50 cts. and SI sizes.
tQr Sold by all Druggists everywhere,
aar And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y.
SS- And by DR. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD & CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for tba Southern states.
BITTER-SWEET AXD ORANGE BLOSSOMS.
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used to Soften and Beautify tho Skin, remove Freckles,
Pimples, Eruptions, &c
Ladies aro now using it in preference to all others.
USS" Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
VS- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad
SS- And by- Da. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston. S. C.
BARNLS. WARD k CO.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
FOR COUGHS. COLDfs HOARSENESS, SORE
THROAT, Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
Consumption. Bronchial A ifectiona. and all Diseases ol
the Throat and Lungs.
US' Bottles, 25 cts., 50 cts. and SI sizes.
43- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
aS~ And by HENRY R. COSTAR. Depot No. 4S? Broad?
way, N. Y.
OST And by " DB. P. MELVIN COBEN,
- No. 354 King-streot, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD A CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL,
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, Indiges?
tion, .Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation, Diarrhoea,
Colics, Chills, Fevers, and general derangement of th?
as~ Boxes, 25 cts., 50 cts. and SI sizes.
as- Sold by all Druggists evorywhue.
aS- And by HENRY'S. COSTAR, Tlepot No. 484 Broad?
way, N.T. .
as- And by '.. ? DB. P". MELVIN COHEN",
No. 3St Kingrstreet, Charleston, S. C.
' BARNES, WARD & CO.,
"New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale A?rente tor the Southern it - tes.
December til sroos
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Raze ana
Beautiful Flower from which it takes its mamo.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
NEW YORK. ..
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOB PH ALON'S-TAUS KO OTHEE.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
. Sold at Wholesale by
i GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.
January 9?~ ! mthlyr
! ENGINEERS' AND" FOUNDERS,
Office ?nd Works. Psneraoii, New. Jersey.
WAREHOUSE, No. 4 DEY STREET, N. T.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT?
ABLE STEAM- ENGINES AND BOILERS; Flax,
I Hexan,' Tow, Oakum and Rope Machinery; Shafting,
MBl Oeartng, Iron any! Brass Castings ot all kinda;
Latches*. Pinning Machine*, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
Boring Machines; Gear Gutters; Centreing, Muling and
I Bolt Catting Machines; Chucks of all kinds; Leather
and Rabaer Bolting; Lace Leather';- Belt Hooks, and
General Suppli.s for Railroads and other Machine Shops;
Jndsom A Snow's Patent Go? omore. Saw Milla, Cotton
Gin?, Preiset1, kt-, constantly on hand.
? .TODD & RAFFERTY,
Marc ^20 ij No. 4 Doy street, N. Y.
LEVY & ALEXANDER'S
Wholesale and Retail Clothing Establishment,
No. 275 KING STREET,
A. F. BROWNING'S OLD STAND.
HAVISO NOW OUK FULL STOCK OK WINIER GOODS ON HAND, AND HAVING JUST REDUCED OUR
price?, wo would call the attention of thc citizen* of Charleston ami merchant? In the country to the Hame,
which wo are prepared lo dispose ol' at tho cheapest ami most reasonable rates in town. Wo have constantly on
hand a large assortment ot tine ?LACK CLOTH FROCK COATS, FINK BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, OVERCOATS lot
all descriptions). FANCY CAN.SIMK1CK SUITS. Aa-.. .Vc, aud a Urge and well selected Mtpply ol PLANTATION
GOODS, in the s'e.ne of cheap SATINET' SUITS, cheap COATS, VESTS and PANTS.
We would also eal! lite attention ol' the public to our large supply, of
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For fall and winter wear, which have Is en selected with care aud attention, and which we would most respectfully
request them to inspe-t before coing elsewhere. Together with a largo aud well assorted stock of MEN'S and
UOYS' HATS and CAPS, and GEN"! S' FURNISHING GOODS.
LEVY & ALEXANDER.
P. S. fleing desirous of closing out our ?tock of BOOTS and SHOES, we oller them to tho public at rates that cann o
be surpassed in town.
P. S. Mr. F. C. MILLER would-be happy to see his friends again at the above place.
December IS ruths 2mos
FLACK & SONS,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A LARGE STOCK OP TILE! FINEST GRADES OF
OLD MONONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRTCES.
low as a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.
Tho Cherokee Cure will restoie health ami visor,
stop tho emissions, anti effect a permanent euro
alter all other medicines havo falle.I. Thirty-two
paso pamphlet sent in a sealed envelope, free to any
Price ?2 per bottle, or threo bottles for $.1. Sold
hy all drucri.sts ; or will be sent by express to any
portion of tho world, cn receipt *of price, by th*
Dr, W. E. MEEWDT. 37 "Walker St., N. T.
Cures all Urinary- Com?
plaints, vi?: Gracel.'fnftmn
fruition rf the Bladder anti
A7</n.'y?, attention of
Urine, Strictures of tho
Vreth.rn, Dnipsieal ?'well
, Brick Susi ?Jtep.sHU,
anil all diseases that require
- diuretic, and when used ia
i ..yjusctinn with tho
does not fail to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet ami all ?tu.
' cous J>isc/iarges in Male or Ven?ale, curing recent
casca in from one to three dags, ami is especially
recommended in those cases of Fluor Albus or
}V7iite? in Female-!. The two medicines used In
conjunction will not fail to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and In thnso cases wherootliermedicluus
have been used without success.
Trice, Remedy, Ono Rettie, ??, Three Bottles, ?.">.
N ** Injection, u .* " ** $3.
The Clierokeo " Curr," " Jltinr/Tg," and " Tnjre
th-n""iero to ho found in nil well regulated drug
Ftores, nnd aro recommended bv physicians and
druggists all over ibo world,fortheir intrinsic worth
and merit. Swine, unprincipled deniers, however,
try to deceive their custoimi&>, hy sellinc chenp and
worthless compounds,-in order to make money
In place of these, ii? ?of deccieed. If the drug?
gists will not buy them for y , wriuC to us, nnd wo
will send them to you Ly exnrcs', securely packed
and free from observation. Ve trent all diseases to
which the human system is subject, mid will he
pleased to receive full and explicit statements from
thnso who have failed to receive relief heretofore.
1-a-lies or Gentlemen cnn address us in perfect con?
fidence. Wo deciro to pend our thirty-two page
pamphlet freo to every lady nad gentleman In the
land. Address all letters Tor pamphlets, medicines,
or advice, to thc solo proprietor, (J*
ff Dr. W. E. KEE WU.', 37 "Walker St.. K. T.
Mav 14 " thstalyr
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
TBS MOOT XHYBOVXD
QBASD AND SQUABS
Pull Iron Frame and Ovprstraag Base
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
?o. 19 West isoaston-street. So. i
NEAR BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
TTHE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS 0* THE FI KM O?
1 EBAUSHAAB 6 CO., aro practical Plano malen
sad ss snob, bsve baa a large experience In connection
?Ith some c. th' bent Establishments In this connu
sad Enrope. Tl.eir lanes are made not morely io
them, bnt t y them, at d nuder their immediate person*
siperviidon, ai o '.hey allow no instrumenta to leave the!
f tctory and ; ass into the hands of their patrono, unies
taey have s power, evenness, firmness and roundness o
tine, sn elasticity of touch-without winch uo instit
uent ought to be sstisfaclory to. lim ' public-os wnU t
tbst durability hi constrnctlen,' which esablcn lt to rr
sala in tune and to withstand cadden ohanr.es often,
isrstnre and expr.eor? to extreme neat and cold, whic'
.?re sometimes unavoidable.
They will at all times be happy to soe tbs profcsstt?
sod the public si theil WareroociK, and invite compar.
?on between their own Planes and those ot any otb*
ANTON KRAUSHAAR.TOEIAS 2AM?
CHARLES J. SCHOXiUuANN.
DAVEGA, YOUNG &McKENZ?E
UV AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Park Bow.
D2AA0 DAVEGA, J
QJSOEOK B. YOONG, ? NSW YORK.
B8BABP I? MCKENZIE,)
HAVrSO 3C0CEEDHD TO THF VOEBIGN OOLLil
TION BUSINESS of UMBI*. BIRNEY. PRlt?
TISB & FLANDERS, wc trill attend to the oolleotion c
psst doe and mafprlng claims throusthont the Unit?
COMMISSIONERS ros ALL TBS STAT**.
THE ESTET ORGAN,
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mg ai'raordinary compass, variety, sad a sweetness ot
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ATTAiTHMENT, a wonderful imitation of the symp ?
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tudor Md by GEORGE W. MORGA?, WILLIAM A
KXS'Jt, and others-the highest musical authority In th
United States. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed.
PIANOS of all grade*-and styles furnished st low si
GEO. 6. SAXE & CO.,
NO. 417 BROOME STREET, NEW YORK.
August 10 Uno
LOMBARD & CO.,
AND rtrPOETKBfl AID DEAX.XB8 IS
KO. 13 LEWIS, ?Si? NO. 0 T WHABP,
Advances made on Consignments of Bice sud Cotton
to our address.
References* by permission: To Messrs. JAMXS AMES
A Co., Messrs. STSEI.T HUOTHKIU; Ax Co., Charleston, a.
?mn?* October 1
vM. M. QUINN,
Wholesale & l??tail Dealers
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Sba latest Urrnes of the creen al wo ve on ban ?.
Subscriptions lacelvod ?nd Good? rtellvertCo? fer
MM?t? Iii MBit of Kxnress.
Ali CASU ORDRES wal Dt promptly attended :a.
esjruAry/, -..fy IT
?-THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
TE Ra is without preeodont in the history of the world.
There is no secret in the matter. They are at once tho
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires bnt a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the colebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion. Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen. Anise, Oloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snako-root, Caraway, Coriander. Burdock,
They aro especially recommended to clergymen, pub
lie speakers, and persons of literary habits and seden?
tary life, who require tree digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
In those Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They aro an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dissipation and lata hours.
They strengthen tho system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the Btomach.
They enre Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They euro Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They enre Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They make
tho weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
Tho following startling and emphatic statements can
bo Bcwn at our office.
Latter of Bev. E. F. CUANE, Chaplain of the 107th Now
NKAB AOQUIA CIU.EE, March ?th, 1SG3.
Owlug^to the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after the battle of Antietam, I waa utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
cino. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DOAKS, of New Torte, waa prescribed to give me
strength and au appetite. To my great surprise they
gave me immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to Join my regiment. * . * . I have since sees
them used in many cases, and am free to say, for hos*
pl tal or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
"* Bev. K. F. GBANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Bev. N.B. GILDS, St. Claireville, Pa.
GXNTLKMX? :-Ton wero kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for S3 60. My wife having derivod so muon
benefit from the use of these Bitters, I d?sir? . ,.r io
continue thom, and you will please seud is six bottles
more for the mosey ea closed.
I sm, very -truly, yo :rs, .
. N. E. GILA?o, Pastor Ger. Bef. Church.
BOLDIEU'' H?liK, StJPES.IKTF.TOKNT-S OSTnOE, >
CcTOaotAXX, OHIO, Jan. 16th, 1863. J
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds ol
eur noble soldiers who stop here, more or less disabled
from various causes, aud the offeot ls marvellous and
Such a pr?paration as this ls I heartily wish In every
family, In ovary hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A CHILDS, Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Re?
giment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle ot
Plantation Bitters. They are the moat effective, per?
fect, and harmless tonio I ever used."
WILLARD'S HOTEL, 1
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 32d, 1363. J
GExruatEjr:-we require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o which dally In?
creases with the guests of our house.
SYKES, CHADWICK & OO.
Ac Ac. Ac. Ac. Ac
. Be sure that every bottle bears the rao-dnule of our
signature on a steel plate label, with our private stamp
ever the cork.
P. E. DBASE & CO,
No. 202 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by all respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, and country Hotelsdealera.
Aorll IS . thstolTr
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HAD THE UNPREOEEENTED TRIUMPH TO B E
AWARDED TWO PRIZES AT OBOE.
THE GOLD AND SILVER MEDAL,
At the Fair of the American Institute, Oct. lars (being
the very latest date), for General Superiority of their
GRIM* AND SQUARE PIANOS.
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and whorover exhibited.
ri VH?HK PIANOS HAVE RECEIVED THE HIGHEST
JL recommendations from the following cu jtingnlsh
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W. MASON, CHARLES WELS,
HENRY O. TIMM. ' WM. PEG HEB.
J. N. PATTISON, O ARL ANSCHUTZ,
THEODORE HAGEN, JUL SCHUBERTS,
GEORGE MATZKA, A. PAUB,
FR. BRANDEIS, Wu. BERGE,
MAX MARHTZKE, A. DAVIS,
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