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THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 7,1867.
?'TUE DEATH OF THE MAIDEN.
Through a forest seer and sober, in tho golden clad
Antonin winds wore softly sighing. Summer leaflets fall?
ing, flying, '
Dying, dying everywhere.
I was wa, i luring, slowly walking, I was wooing, lowly
Ah, it seems but yet so lately, with a maiden tall and
With a maiden fra'l and fair.
How she lingered as sho listened, and her ?yes with tear
AU her brow and bosom blushing, came those wc rds so
Take mo, love me, I am thine.
Ali I those words ? ore whispered lowly, ah 1 and that
vow, it seemed so holy.
Falling sweetly, falling faintly, as a vesper psalm so
As a psalmody divine
Came then sickness, and in anguish day by day I watch?
ed her languish;
Watched ber waning, watched her wasting; obi tho
agony of tasting
Those mad moments of despair.
Vain vf ero all the arts of healing, blight woe o'er her
beauty s tooling.
Vain our wailing, vain our weeping, cruel death came
Caring not that she was fair.
After one long night of sorrow, ero tho dawning of tho
From tho taper dimly binning, gently to ijbtyttSl?tSB
Somettdnjj^lm^rod she is dead.
Doubling, fearing, atm uncertain, dreading yet to lift tho
Something seemed to hover 'round ber, angela then I
knew hod found her,
Knew J thou her soul had fled.
From her cold embrace they tore me, from her lifeless
form they bore me.
But our souls they could not sever; we shall meet again
Aye, forever hand in hand.
Time is flowing, time is flowing, o'er her grave tho gross
Waves^he*T^iow e^erher weeping, but her sainted soul
Swee^m'the sp^sSsrid.';.r^^^^S. '
Tko Force Library.
A VALUABLE EISTOEICAL COLLECTION.
Th? librarian of Congress, Mr. A. R. Spoflbrd,
has just made a special : eport to tho Joint Com?
mittee on the Library, recommending the pur?
chase of the large historical collection helonging
to Mr. Peter Force, of Washington. It will bo re?
membered that the Historical Socioty ofAhjjcity,
in 1885, made Mr. Force a conditional off?Soi ?100,
000, which he accepted.
Tho enterprise failed last winter for lack of
funds. The same amount has since beeu offered
by a bookseller, who desired to secure the library
for purpose8..j>r- sp?culation. Mr. Force replied
that he wojfljjtwU the library only upon condition
"that it be>tept"together in some permanent and
fire-proof public repository." He now offers it to
the Government at the same price, and Slr. Spof?
ford warmly recommends the necessary appropria?
The library contains 22,529 vol-imes, and about
37,500 pamphlets. By for the greater part of
these bear upon tho history of tins country. Mr.
Force made the collection with special reforonce to
a projected work, the Documentary History of the
United States. His manuscript materials for that
work would make three hundred and sixty folio
volumes of manuscript, and are thoroughly ana?
lyzed and classified by States. Many of the* origi?
nal documents, ol' which these are copies, have
been destroyed by fire.
Mr. Force has al.'o brought together the largest
collection of books relating to America in tho
world. It embraces thc narratives of tho early ex?
plorers, written in all tL-e European languages,
the e; xliest printed books of this country-such
as Shot's Indian Bible, the >-orku of the Mathers,
Cotton, Norton, and their cyni?mporaries-and fl
complete collection of the publications of Frank?
lin and the Bradfords, and the laws and journals
of the colonial assemblies, in some two hundrec
In the department of early printed Americai
newspapers, there are unusually complete files o:
the leading journals of Massachusetts, New York
Pennsylvania, Virginia, and other States, dating
from 1735 to 1800, and covering with much fullness
the period of the Stamp Act controversy, the revo
lutionary war, and the establishment of the pre
Altogether, the Forco library has no less thai
two hundred and forty-five bound volumes o:
American newspapers printed prior to 1800, be
sides about seven hundred volumes, hound anc
unbound,' of journals printed from 1800 to the pre
sent time. '
In pamphlets relating te this country the librar;
is very full and rich. In the library of ConRres?
there are now not quite GO00 pamphlets. Mr. Forci
has collected nearly 40.000. 8100 were printed be
fore 1800. As Mr. Force was so fortunate as to se
cure, many years aiace, five great and unbrokei
collections, formed by leading politicians of differ
ont parties, who arranged and bound np for con
venierrt reference all the pamphlet literature o
their time, the collection is not only unmatched
but, at this day. unmatchable for completeness.
The library also possesses forty-eight.folio vol
urnes pf autographs, many of them letters wnttoi
during the revolution; orderly books-"6r the sam
period; autograph journals of Washington, Greene
Arthur Lee and others; and an unpublished manu
script pf Xas Casas. There aro 429 of these manu
script .volumes. Tho collection of mapa ia uniera
and very valuable. There are also a large nurnoo
of works printed in the infancy of the art.
?JVeio York Evening Post.
Tikis Negro and the Ballot.
In a very sensible article on the future of the ne
groes, in which it is maintained that the greates
need of the negro is some means to make a living
and sustain himself in competition with the whih
race, the New York World says :
Emancipation found them all paupers, and bat
harvests keep them so. While the present condi
tionand immediate future of the freedmen are thu
gloomy, there is not much to encourage them ii
the more distant prospect. Their noisiest friend
who cry for the ballot, do not seem to have reflect
ed thoughtfully on their condition. Ballots in tin
hands bf the negroes might moke quite an a ddt ti oi
to the numTical strength of the Republican party
but ballots will do little for tho negroes in the com
petition for employment and struggle for social con
sequence on which t hoy must enter. The rolatior
of labor to capital is looming up into prominence
as the chief problem of the age, but nobody expect!
ito BClution through any political movement. Thc
trades-unions which have grown np within thc
last few years, and have spread their ramificatiom
throughout the free States, do not aim to influ?
ence elections. They are a confession of the in?
efficacy, of the ballot- to ; accomplish the ref o rmi
sought by the laboring classes. Ballots are inert
insmunentsrforthe enactment of laws; but no lan
can be passed regulating the wages of labor, whicl
is the topic of chief interest to the laboring classes
The trades-unions are associations to keep np th?
price of labor, and it needs but a alight examina
lion into their methods lo show that the- negroes
are likely to be excluded front their boner! s
These associations are composed of skilled arti?
sans, and their tendency is to condemn all who dc
not belong to them to tho lowest rank . of coarse
employments.' IX, through the exclusiveness ol
tradas-ionions and similar modern organizations,
the negroes are prevented from exercising the
most respectable* and lucrativa trades, they will
thereby be condemned to perpetual poverty and
degradation.' The pressure of this ban will in?
crease as tho country becomes more populous, and
the competition for employment keener. The ne?
groes are therefore likely, as a class, to remain
permanently in the condition of hired farm labor?
ers. Befog, like all people of a tropical origin,
constitutionally indolent, they will be less and less
desired as laborers in proportion as the moro en?
ergetic white population becomes dense; and when
they are'felt by the latter to be in the way, tbs
existing repugnr ace ' to their race wfll naturally
The Chines? In California.
A grand dinner was given in .San Francisco, on
tho evening of December 31, to celebrate the in?
auguration of tba new direct steamship line be?
tween that city and' China. The rollo win g lo the
twelfth; regular toast, .and "FONO TAMO'S" re?
"The Chinese Merchants of San Francisco-Our
skillful competitors in trade; our generous rivals
in good works. : May the Flowery Kingdom yet
produce a China Aster."
FONO TAMO'S BEFLV. . ..
"QKNTLEMKN. :-On behalf of the Chinese mer?
chants and citizons present I desire to thank yon
for the invitations we have received to be present
on this occasion. We consider the opening np ol
& great steam line between California and China
and Japan a very important event. ' We hope it
may prove to be of very great benefit to Anaerica
as well as to China. We of China are very fond of
trade and commerce; so are the Americans, and
we hope both countries may profit by it. Theie
are sixty thousand Chinese on the Pacific coast en?
gaged in all kinds of business, many in mining and
many engoged in trade and commerce. I come to
California ten years ago, and have been engaged as
a merchant all that time. ' I learned to read and
write English with the Rev. Hr. Speer, formerly
missionary in China and this city (applause), for
whom I have great respect. In my business 1 have
a good many acquaintances among the. first mer?
chants and business men of San Francisco. They
have always treated tho Chinese merchants with
great kindness: and I hope tho intercourse has
been as agreeable to the Americans as it has; been
to the Chinese merchants. We believe that the
sew steamship Une to China and Japan, well estab?
lished, and the Paci-ic Railroad completed, San
Francisco must become one of the greatest cities
of the world. (Applause.) The groat part of the
trade of China with the East .ought to come by
San Francisco..'The population.of China.and Japan
is very large,- and those countries produce a great
many things which Europe and America desire,
and America)--produces many things which are
needed in China and Japan. ;We hope that friend?
ship and peace' may prevail between America and
China for aCTafcure time.*'
A FKKWCE AMAZON.-The Baroness Binetde Mar
cognet, w?d?w of General Marcognet, died recent?
ly in France.. She eras the daughter of t> Captain
Le Monr?6?who fell mortally wounded ju one of
tho battles ?ff the first Empire, and, in flying, be
Baught Us intimate friend and comrade, Marcog?
net, then his superior officer, to take charge of his
- danghteT. He accepted tho trust. When she at
t lined her twentieth' year ho -sent' for her, and
from that ?rn? she ' shared tho fatigues and the
dangers of her protector until tho disbanding pf
t MArSiy ttfAoLOire. Tho bettor to perform this
liber of love she assumed the dress of an aid-de
oMDp. At the battle of Waterloo-sba hastily
j imped into a wagon of< the General's, where her
mather happened to be; saved her by presenting
o io of tho T?oto?3-abo carried at the ofheor of ord
nmoe, and threatening to blowout his. brains if
he persisted in his txart?TOUB intention of lending
them to ^ .enemy aiderJtoe^Mttejt-?* ?
order ot tho genera!, in 1838 Malle. Jaho fe? Mor?
utier became xhe wife of the Baren de Maree ^net,
SEW TOBE-Per steamship E E Kondor-89 tierces
Bice. 719 hales Upland Cotton, 17 bales Domestics
and Yam, and Sundries.
BAXT1MOBE-Per sehr Volante-97,598 feet Yellow Pino
Timber, 11.310 feet Yellow Pine Boonda.
Tile Charleston Cotton Mnrltet.
OFFICE OF THE BAILY NEWS, 1
CHAittEsTON. Wednesday Evening, February 0. )
Sollors having in many cases accepted somewhat easier
rates, say to tho extent uf about Kc ? lb, the market
showed more activity, and buyers took about 307 bolus
say57at301?; 39 at 31; 13 at 31>i; 1S3 at 31,*?, and 16 at
32. Wo quote: .
Low Middling.30 <ij>
Strict Middling.39 ?
AUGUSTA, February G.-FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL
-Tho general trade of tho city improving. Our mer?
chants gcueraUy have commenced receiving their spring
stocks of dry goods, &c, and the opening of thc rivers I
at tho West has added considerably to our supply of bo- '
cou, lard, flour, ?fcc. Tho decline in cotton has, in a
great measure, suspended soles, and there is but little
money seeking investments.
GOLD AND SILVER-The improvement at the North has
caused an advance hore. Brokers buying to-day at 130 a.
and selling at 137 ; ? al33. Silver ls also Improving. Bro?
kers bur at 130. and sell at 132.
EXCHANGE-Boco ming moro abundant. Bank chocks
freely at par; out-door rates XaJ? off. Mo time exchange
COTTON-Tho general character of our market for tho
past week has boen quiet but firm, and such small lots
only sold as tho necessities of parties force off. Both
receipts and Sales "aTa-VWTT'nlfht: 1:cC ftnTUOT OCihg 1550
bales, and the lattor 1513 bales, with stock on hand of
Tho advices from Liverpool and Now York, both show?
ing deo lines with a drooping tendency, has had the effect
ol buyers demanding further concessions, and if sales
wore forced to any groat extent, buyers would have a de?
cided advontago; but tho very little offering will very
mnch break the force. Our information, from all sec?
tions, South and West, ?B that full throo-quarters to
seven-eighths of the crop is in the ports or in sight, and
as we know it to be so in ?hut portion of Georgia and
South Carolina tributary to this market, and believing
the wants of planters throughout the South ore tho same,
think idle information wo have is reliable and givo lt full
The market is quiet and quotations oro nominal, say
Middling 30: Strict Middling 30)?a3l; Good Middling
31 }?s32. These oro about the quotations, or as nearly su
as we can give them in the present unsettled condition of
FINANCIAL.-Gol''-Brokers buying at 137 and selling
st 13S, and silver at IC" and sell at 132.
Nothing doing in Stocks or Bonds.
COTTON.-TU? market is very dull and transactions
very limited We again refer to sales for quotations.
Soles of the day foot un 122 bolos, as follows : 1 at 25,1 at
26, lat 27, 08at28, 21 at 29ii. Hat30, 20 at 30K, and 6 at
31. Tho rocoipts were 200 boles.
COTTON STATEMENT FOE AUGUSTA AND FLAMBUTtG.
Stock on hand September 1,1866. 9,588
Received since lost statement.1,609
Exported since last statement.1,168
Exported previously.37,175-38,013 j
Stock on hand February 1,1867. 17,968
Sow Orleans Market.
NEW ' BLE ANS, February L-COTTON-The market
opened this morning subject to the same influence that
p o vailed yesterday, to which may be Buperudded dark
and unfavorable weather, and notwithstanding the as?
sortment was fair, and factors were manifestly disposed
to sell, yet the majority of buyers, in view ot the heavy
incroaso in receipts; as well as the marked depression
prevailing at New York, showed no desire whatever to
operate. Under these circumstances the Sales -wero ex?
ceedingly light, comprising at the close barely 2300 boles,
token by eleven brokers at prices indicating a loss of
nilly Kc per lb, the market closing with a strong ten?
dency to further weakness.
With tho above remarks wo now quote as follows: Or?
dinary 23a29c; Good Ordinary 29 "ia- ; Low Middling
30>????. and Middling 31 Ka-. The solos for the past
throe days comprise 11,150 boles, making an aggregate
for tho past week of 33,000 bales, against 23,050 lost
?week. The receipts proper during the past week (ex?
cluding the arrivals from Mobile, Florida and Toxas,
which are included in their respectivo statements) foot |
up 11,656 bales, against 30,755 boles lost week, showing
an increase of 10,901 bales. The week's exports amount
to 23,313 bales, 1771 of which were coastwise, and 13,572
to foroiga ports.
STATEMENT OP COTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st, 1866, bales 102,082
Received to-?ay. 10,163
Cleared to-day. 3,079
Stock on hand.251,022
Tho clearances comprise 2579 bales for Liverpool, 600
SUGAH AND MOLASSES.-Tho receipts since yesterday
comprise 319 bids sugar, and 305 bois molasses, which,
with about half of yesterday's receipts, comprised the
offerings in first hands this morning. Wo have to note a
dull and drooping market for sugar, though without any
quotable declino in prices, while the demand for molasses
has slackened, and prices ore lower. The soles yesterday
and to-day, not previously reported, embrace 300 hhds
sugar and lOObbls molasses, at prices ruling within thc
range of the following rotes: Sugar, inferior, 9c per lb;
fair 12>ic; fully fair 13Mol3>?c; prime lSjic; choice
li}?c; seconds 13c: yellow clarified 13*?allc; white 15c
Molasses, ordinary, 65c per gallon; good 72o73c; primo
7la75c; strictly prime 77c; choice 7So81c There was a
sole, on plantation,^ 200 hhds choice old process, the
balance of a crop of "cl? hhds,-at lie per lb. Week's
sales 1800 hhds su-rr, 2500 bbls molasses. Receipts
3457 hhds sugar, 8600 bbls molasses. Exports 81 hhds
sugar, 1899 bbls molasses. '
FUJEIOHTS-Tho market- continues dull, and tho rates
by soil for foreign ports novo been loworcd. They are
now ?"'d lb for cotton by soil for Liverpool and I Xe
fer Havre. Throe ships were taken up for Liverpool ot
??d, and a ship and a bark for Havre at 1 "ic The rate
by steam for Liverpool is l>?d for cotton. Steamers for
New York are obtaining lc li fis for cotton and 7c ?t gal?
lon for molasses. Steamers for Boston and Philadelphia
l Kio ? fis for cotton. Coastwise rates by sail are nomi
WILMINGTON, February 0.-TUTCPENTTNE-Receipts
light and market steady. Solee, of 100 bbls at S3 65 for
yellow dip, and ?2 for hard, per 280 lbs.
ROSIN-Sales of 42 bbl? at $2 87? for Common; 625 do
at S3 for Common and No 2; and 53 do at SI 60 for No 1,
TAB-217 bbls received and sold at SI 65 per bbb
For Spirits Turpentine and Cotton the market ia inac?
tive, and no eales reported.
BALTIMORE, February 2.-COTTON-Was lower to?
day, with small sales of middling uplands at 83c Stock
hero estimated at 3500 bales.
COFFEE.-Market firm, but inactive. Sales 300 bogs
Bio, prime and choice, at 18al8J?c- We quote fair t)
strictly choice Rio 16%al9c, gold ; Laguayra 17 xol9c, and
FLOUB_We notice a little more inquiry for shipment,
and also for trade brands, with sales of 100 bbls choice
Indiana Family at SIS 60; luo bbls Northwestern Extra
at $12 50, and 200 bbls City Mills Super on private terms.
Prices generally remain unchanged, viz :
Howard-street Super and Cut Extra.. .S10 75 @S11 CO
Howard-street Shipping Extra. 12 60 (ct 13 00 .:
Howard-street High Grades.....-. 13 00 @ ll 00
Howiird-street Family.ll 00 (3? 30 00
Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 10 75 @ ll 25
Ohio Extra Shipping. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio retailing. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Family....-. ll 60 @ 15 50
Northwestern Super. 9 75 @ 10 75
Northwestern Extra.ll 25 @ 12 75
City Mills Super. 10 50 @ 12 00
City Mills, Standard Extra.ll 60 @ 12 75
City Mills Shipping brands Extra..... ll 75 @ 16 00
Baltimore, Welch's k Greenfield Fom'y 17 50 @ 00 00
Baltimore high grade Extra...... 16 75 & 00 00
ByeFlour, new.......... 6 50 @ 7 00 '
Corn Meal. Caty Mills. 1 75 @ 5 00
GBAJN-Wheat-We notice ssles of 200 bushels primo
white at S3 20; 350 bushels do red ot ?317o3 20; quote
Pennsylvania red, S2 78a2 80. Corn-3300 bushels white
and 8000 bushels yellow received; market less active on
account of firmness' of sellers; small soles of good to
prime white at SI 04al 05, and mixed do SI; 2000 bushels
yellow delivered at Paint, at 98c ; 1500 bushels do up town
at 96c O ata-3000 bushels offered; demand light, with
small soles at 55a56 cts. Ko receipts or salee' of Bye re?
HOGS-Dressed are steady at 8J?o9c; supply and de?
MOLASSES-No change. One or two cargoes Cabs
are in the bay, which will serve to replenish tho stock
of this description; quotations nominally same as lost
PaovmONS-The absence of receipts, long over due,
keeps the market quite bare of stock, and restricts busi?
ness to a vet y narrow limit All descriptions of the Hog
Product are firm at previous quotations; for Mess Pork
*22a22 50; Bull?^Shoulders 8l?a3c, for loose and pocked;
Sides loralie for ribbed and clear; llall&c for Bacon
Shoulders; 12Xol3c for ribbed and clear ribbed Sides,
and in some instances ii more for the latter; 15al7o for
new Hams. 12Kc for barrelled Lard; 16%c for Balti?
BIGS-Very little Carolina left in first hands; we quote
loralie; of Rangoon 600 ' - v are in importers' hands
unsold, h- ld at 4c gold, in i ? juL
SALT-Wo continu A to quote for lota from Jobbers.
Ground Alum S2 20a2 25; Fine ?a aoas 25 per sack, and
Turks Island 28a60c per bushel fer mts from store.
BTJGAB-Tho market ls steady and firm, with sales to?
day o? 136 hhds Coba grocery at lOXc; 20 hhds TUnptynh
Island, vacuum;.pan- at 13??. We quote fair te good
Cuba and English Island refining 10}?al0>?c, 4 months;
fair to good grocery do loralie; prime llj?al2c; Porto
Rico, common to good grocery lOKell??c; prime to
choice ll XaMiic ; New Orleans llJ?alSJ??. AU net cash.
REFINED SUOABS-Aro steady at last quotations, on the.
basia of 15 %c for hard crushed, and Hoofer soft crushed
A white, and for lots of loo bbU or mare J?c less.
STOUP-Wo quote Baltimore Golden 680: Maryland do
77c, and Sugar House 4Sa50c 'S; gallon. . -
Wars ?KV-Is dull, and lathe absence of sates to note
quote prices nominal. .
PHASES OF THE MOON.
New M. 1th. Ob. 66m. even I Fall M. 18th, 2h. 21?. even
First Q. 11th, 8h.2um. even| Last Q.2eth,0h.l2m. morn
JAN. k FEB.
0..6O I 5:.8t:'
6..61 - 0..35
6.rf3 ' 6..88
6..62 5. .87
'0..B1 /..0. .88
?..61 'ii; ?. .39
6. .00 '5. .40
. : 8..34
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
SSC bales Cotton, 30 bales Yarn, 1 cars Cattle, 14 cars
Lumber, 2 ears Wood, Furniture, and Sundries.' ' To H
L JQffors & Co, Howard A Bro, 2 H Rodgers A CO, Grae
ser. Lee, Smith St Co, Adams, Frost & Co, W C Dukes A
Co, C Platt, Kanapaux, Ltxmesn A Co, R R Agent, W H
Collins, R Mure tt Co, C TiefCDthal. J T Wells, 8 Dudley,
Gen Tylor. J S Fairley?-!' Pearlstem, Brown A Sehirmer,
Willis tc Cmsolm, J I> Aiken tt Co, B JT.Wirn A Co, G W
Williams ts Co, Qty. Railroad, Wharton it Petsch, B F
Consignees per Wortheaa-tcra HafLvoswS,
806 bales Cotton, 3 care Lumber, bags Potatoes, Furni?
ture, Mdse, ftc To J t J D Kirkpatrick, Dr HW Haig.
BA A J F Earley, Screven tt Nisbet, -Howard -it Bra, WO
Courtney tt Co, Baggett tt Co, WC Boo lc Oo, Caldwell tc
8on. Mowry tt Co, W K Byan, Willis tt Chieolra, Shack
clford A Fraser, H O'Day, Maxyck A Bro, Enalow St Co,
Graoser. Dec.'Smith A Co, Mehrten? A Wohltaann, Mof?
fatt k B. Adams, Frost A Co, NX Weacoat, Badgers tt Co,
O W Wunama ft Co, Gaillard A Mincit, H M Gilbert, and
Order. ... ... ... J.-,. . . . ' . .
?If.'j,,-!!'.: ? ;v'; '.ii',n: ? ^.?**i"*?**? ; .1 . .,
"-Per steamer Dictator, from JacksonviBe, Palatka
Fernandina, kc-A Owens. J Hobkirk, H B Thomlhanon
J Sloan,; H R Williams, Col J IP .Hunt and lady. J H Rod.
MIC, Miss Hunt, W H Beach, Dr E P Webster. E J Simp?
son. Mrs E Earle sud 2 children. Miss Earle, B T Reeves,
E K Rutledge, Hon J IlaUe, A L Eichelberger, P Thomas,
1ELasher, A A Carpenter. XL King, J B Sesmero, McM
oing, J D Miller, 8 M Miller, S E Conycrs, Mrs Byrd. G
W Olmsteod. J Boss, W McAUTy, O Clark, W S Seats, BJ
Bowe, MM Buckley and 2 cLT-dren. and If ?eek. ?
; Per steamer WW Frazier, from Edisto and Beclrrille
J B Wescoat, J ? LaRocho. lady and serrant, JE Edings,
r MlkoIL lady and servant. Major J Jenkins. J at Auston, ,
C Bailey, J J Mikel!, ff? MixeiU, Mrs H Edlngs, Col W
L M Burger, F Seed, J Edlngs, and 60 deck.
POET OB' CHARLESTON;
Arrtvcil Yesterday. .
Br ship Bessie Crosby, Crosby, Hamilton, Bermuda,
days. Ballast, To B Muro Sc Co
Steamer Dictator, Coxottor, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah 279 bales S Island Cotton,
Oranges, and Mdze. To J D Aiken A Co, J Sc J D Kirk?
patrick. Cohen, Hanckel A Co, Hunt Bros, W M Lawton. .
J A Enslow A Co. W B William*. Pincknoy Bros, B Kill ott
A Sons, Adams. Frost & Co. B W Gale & Co, Southern
Expresa. J U Togni, G H Ingrahom. Boper A Stonoy,
Eing A Yeaning, Fraser & D11L
Steamer W W Frazlor, Torrent, Edisto and Rockville.
9 bales S I Cotton. To C L GuUloauaio, Boper A Stoney,
Gibbes Sc Co, and Order.
Sleep Gr eenie af, from Saidee. OOO bushels Bough Bioo.
To Thiirston St Holmes. .
Sloop George, from San toe. 1550 bushols Bough Bios.
To Thurston & Hohnes.
Steamship E B Sonder, Lockwood, New York-WflJia A
Sehr Volante, Dodge, Baltimore-Risley & Creighton.
- Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship E B Souder, Lockwood. Now York.
Ship Confidence, Johnson, Liverpool.
From this fort.
Brig Lizzie M Merrill,-, Boston, Fob L
Up tor this Port.
Brig Myronus, Higgins, at Baltimore), Feb A
".Cleared for this Port.
Steamer Planter^'Ferguson, at Baltimore, Feb L
Brig Logan, Anderson, at New York, Feb 2.
Sehr David V Streaker, Van Gilder, at Wilmington, Feb S.
A telegram received hore, dated at Baltimore on the
fith inst, reports tho foundering at sea of the sehr Fleet
wing, from that city for this port The Floe taring was
loaded with corn, consigned to several partlos in this
Tho brig Haze, from this port for Boston, was below
Now York, Feb 2.
LIST OP VESSELS
CP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS POST.
FOB ElQ N .
Ship Missouri, Edward, up.Jan 10
Ship Southern Bights, Boss, sailed.Jan 13
JSCho Seaman, Doyle, up.Deo 13
Tho Deodota, Marcusson, cleared.Deo 8
The Gladstone, Bvenson, sailed.Dei 22
Tile Tecumseh, Sponaglo, sailed.Dec 22
Brig Albert, Errioksen, cleared.Jan 8
The Tregarthen, Steele, sailed.Jan 1
The Sylph, Paters, soiled.Jan 10
The Paul Moria,-, Bailed.Oct 8
Bark Mary Bello Roberts, Burney, sailed.Doe 5
Steamship Geo B Upton, C rowell, to leave.Feb 9
Brig Eolerson, Scott, cleared.Jan 26
Sehr Transit, Hawkins, up.Jan 25
Steamship Carlotta, Collins, sailed.Feb 2
Steamship Saragossa, CroweU, cleared.Feb 2
Brig Logan, Anderson, cleared.Feb 2
Sehr Amorlcus, Moss, up.Jan 17
Sehr Despach;-, up.Jan 7
Sehr Albert Mason, Bose, up...Jan 7
Sehr A F Larra bee, Carlisle, cleared.Jan 17
Sehr E N Perry, Smith, up.Feb 2
Sehr Bowdoln, Randall, cl oared.Feb I
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, up.Jan 31
Sehr E C Howard, Nlckerson. up.Jan 31
Sehr Loyal Scranton, Lowden, up.Jan 30
Bark Fannie E Shaw, Shaw, cleared.Dec 28
Sehr Bichard Vaux, Powell, cleared.Doc 19
Sehr J EUiott, Gilchrist, cleared..Jan ll
Steamship Carroll, Hudgins, sailed..Feb 4
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, to leave.Feb 7
Steamer Planter, Ferguson, cleared.Fob 1
Brig Myronus, Higgins, up.Feb 4
Sehr Ida L Richardson, Bedel, cleared.Jan IS
Sehr Daniel Chase, Mitchell, up.Jan 21
Sehr G W Carpenter, Alexandria, cleared.Jan 2?
Sehr Hannah Little, Li trio, up.Jan -
wTxanKOTow, s. e.
Sehr David V Streaker, Van Gilder, cleared........Feb ?
For the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA
GEANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Bare ant
Beautiful Plower from which it takes its name.
MA1TOFACTUBED ONLY BY PHALON & SON
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASE FOB PHALOS'S-TACE KO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WLNEMAN & CO.
LADIES, USE THIS AND NO OTHER,
And with your PASTRY you wUl haye no bother;
At every grocers you can get it,
Try a box and you wiU neVr regret iL
This YEAST POWDER is used by all flrsfcolass Hotalj
and Restaurants through tho country, and is finding its
way into every household where. good Yeast Powder IE
appreciated- Samples free. Every box warranted tc
give satisfaction or money refunded. Manufactured bv
TAYLOR &-YOUNG, No. 186 Front street. New York.
For sale by - GBUBEB lt MARTIN,
HENEY BISCHOFF tx CO.,
No. liv, East Bay.
", . . W. fl. CORWIN St CO~
January 24 tbatu6mo No. 259 King street.
mais DELICIOUS TONIO. ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
I' for the nae of the
Medical Profession and the Family,
is now ondorsed by aU the prominent Physicians, Chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, as peseeestog au those mtrtmdc
medicinal quaUtles (tonic and diuretic) which belong to
i OLD AND PURE GIN .
We trust that our established reputation-founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin.
dicates' our claims to publie confidence, and guaran?
tees the excellence of thia Standard Article.
.'? Put up in cases containing one dozen bottles each, and
sea by aU prominent Druggists, Grocers, Aa
- ? . - A, M. BTNTNGER tc CO,
TEstablished 177%] , V Sole Importers,
t "No. 16B^verBt?c?t,NewYork.
Opinions ot*the Press.
The Biningers, No. 15 Beaver street, have a very high
reputation to sttstaln,-aa the oldest and beat house tn
New York.-HO?M JoKTitaC . - ; g- -y ? s =
The house . of J?~1kV~ Tdrllii?er St "Co.; Kb. vnOBtbt
street, bas sustained, tor a period of eighty years, . repu?
tation that may weU be envied.-N.T. Evening Pott. '
: GOODRICH^ WEOMAN *; ?0^ -
- '.C: ! NO. 153 MEETTN0 STREET,
Opposite CbtnJeeton HoteL
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KINO & CASSnOE**,
- NO. 151 MEETING STREET, :
Wholesale Agents; Charleston, 8. C.
January 29 ..... :,; :.^?&s?tiaSb*tm:.?.r.
MAIER'S FA&IIJY S?CAS?i
lng from half ounce to 25 lbs., purchasers mnaasMa'
io caU at my oillca and examine tho name. ' ~
-;??iii5?'??Li'-'' ' -''^?'-?>M0f!i;-' -
Febraary 6 tuthso-eow . Na 62 East Bay.
CH ICK BRIN 8 & SONS,
NO. 652 BROADWAY
CHICKERING & SONS'
Grand, Square and Upright
ABS SOW. AB THE? ETES KAYE BEES. GOS
8LOBBED tho beat tn America, having been
SXXTT-FTVK PRIZES mEDALS,
Of which fourteen were received In the months of Sep?
tember and October, 1885, and first premiums over all
competitors at the different principal Fairs in this
country, and the PELZE WEnaf. kt.the
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON.
I consider Chickering & Sons' Pianos, beyond com?
parison, the best I nave seen in Amorfo?.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instruments.
It ls with feelings of pride ss American manufacturen
that we publish the following testimonials, which have
been received by os recently:
Heoeized during the month off August, 1866.
LOUDON, Joly 26, 1887.
MKSSBB. OHIOZBSXHO & Boss-Gents: I have m ucl
pleasure In enclosing a document signed by the firs
composers, musicians and professors In Europe. ' I hell
your Pianos in such high estimation (?td? my carlin
cate) that I felt it my dutv to take one of them with UM
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion'of my professions
brethren. Tbl enclosed certifica to wUl prove hov
unanimous tlioy have been.on the subject. I beg b
forward, at the same time, a letter I received from rn;
friend. Mr. Collard, which I am sure must be gratify
lng to you.
I have the honor to be, gentlemen, yours very truly
JAMES M. WEHLA,
LOITDC*, January 14, 1866.
James M. Wehls, Ag/.?
. MT DKAB Sra: I have great pleasure in asking yon tx
convey to Messrs. Chlokering the. expre don of nv
highest approval of their instrument. It is, I contlder
not merely the best instrument of American manufac
ture that I bave tried, bat one cf the flatest Grand Piano
fortes that baa ever coate under my -coservation; ant
the Messrs. Chickerins may well ba proud of bavin;
turned out from their manufactory an inatrnmen
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, 1
woura be very difficult to surpass in say part of th
Dear slr, very sincerely yours,
OHAS. D. COLLARD.
Firm of CoBard & ?oi?ard, Pianoforte Manufacturers.
LCSDOS, August SS, ?SSS.
James M. WehH, Esq. ."
Mz DEAS Bra: As you sra going back to the United
States, I must beg yon to remember me kindly to th?
Messrs. Chickering., Tall them I waa delighted wit!
their Grand Piano-fene-a? good cn instruisent, X-iiini
ai toot ever itemed out, both <n Urach and Ur : "5
Wlahlug you, Ac., I remain ever ti _tly,
H F. BROADWOOD,
Firm of L Broadwood & SossyjPlano-forte Manufac
tarers, London. ^-rtff. ,
" LoHJxrs, July 20,1866.
Messrs. Chickering eS Sons:
GESTS: I have just been invited by Messrs. Collard t<
try a Grand Pissc-fcrto manufactured by you, and :
have no hesitation in endorsing the opinion of my ok
friend. Mr. C D. Collard, via: That Kia the finest in
strument I ever played on. , .
Believe ma gentlemen, most faithfully yours,
J. L. HATTOS.
Testimonials from the mast distinguished Artists in Kump
to Messrs. Chickering et Sons:
LOK DOW. Joly 25,1808.
Having played upon a Piano-fort? made by Messrs
Chickering A Sons, of Boston and Hew York, I hav*
much pleasure in testifying to Ita general excellence.
For sweetness SSjeV briUianoy af tone, delicacy o
touch sad magnificent power for concert purposes,:
consider lt a really GBAHB PIANO-FOKTB, ASD DEomtD
LT TEX BCST 1 HA VB ?SIB or Affltaicts KlKOTACITO
ARABELLA GODDARD. GTULO BEGONDL
G. A. OSBORhB. - ALFRED- JAELL.
W. BUHE. ! LLSBSAY SLOPES.
JULES BENEDICT. J. M08CHSLB9,
M. W. BALKE. Prof. or Conservatoire d
OHAS. HALLE. LcdpSlg..
BBLNLEY RICHARDS. S. ARTHUB CHAPPED.
RENE FAVABcER. Director ot Monday Ooo
SYDNEY SMITH. certs, London.
Among the chief points of excellence of the Gblaker
lng Pianos, of whioh speak the renowned'artists m thelt
congratulatory, tewtimnntalir to th? Meaawi-flhinlr?^,,?,
ore the greatestjjosslhlo depth, richness sad volume o!
tone, combined with ?..rare brilliancy, clearness ant
perfect evenness throughout the entire seale;;sad
above ail. a surprising duration of Mund, tho pore sn)
sympathetic quality of which nevar'changes tinder th)
moa* delicate or powerful touch.
. Soring the past forty-three ,o*re this Arm has marra
r : Sp.OOO, '3?XAJ\? OS, H; Q 1
Ia th? oenstruotion of which they hara introduced every
known and valuable Improvement. Thar nave lavarla
My been selected and used by all of the world's aa
knmelcdged great artists who have visited this ooontr'
professionally, both fer private and public usa.
I consider Chickering A Sons' "Pianos, beyond com
pariaon, the beat I have ever seen la Amarles.
I. ensartar cilckariag ii Sons' Pianos superior to any
-la the weald.- - - .? *.
They ore unrivalled lor their singing onsUtlee and foi
the harmonious roundness or their tana. Thara is i
, perfect homogeneity throughout all the registers. Th<
apper notes are' remarkable for a clearness and parity
which I do not find ia say other instrument, while thc
base la dlstlng?lohed for power without hare huesa, sad
far a magnificent sonority.
..; WKHLJ. ; .''-'. .'- ' '. i
Tour Pianos are superior to any I Asm ?war seen ft
a? country or in Europe.
I have ?ever heard a ton? co perfect; g jisl?a overs
expression that ia needed in masts, sad Its quality h
capable of change to mest every sentlmsat. This lt s
rare power, and ls derived from the perfect purity a
lu tone, together with ila ?ympatho?o, elastic and weB
s : -:?ozmiL$KBa.. \:-.v?.'v:''./'
During the pant eight years I havo constantly play ed
upon t?ii Justly celebrated Erard Pitaos; yon? are the
oaly Instrumenta that I have found, either here or in
Europe, to oquAl them In all meir point? of oxcelleBOe,
? a%nn?^iW-sa?life<4ory to tm psi?twa and feistdi
among the public at largs to siaia iba* testimonials have
been received from ali the ieadScg artists who have
visited tor axe now residing tn th? United States; a few o
vhoaa names, besides-ttosesbore. wa s
LEO. na MEYER.
AL?fBBLYJAKI?. . - .'..-V.<
H. h ANDERSON._
B. HOFFMAN. __-ijjnni?n&:
, M ABTHUB K??OEiEQN..
And niiiny others. ?f
ijar ILLU^^ATJCD ALBUMS AND PRICE LI3Tf
HENEY SEISt?Sia, A^?
?sfcbwC ;..;'.- ?.''^^^3**,"?':'
. -<,'.:.-: ; ' V- rr.!,r-.'t'-'; ."t.- :.^-.?,.;?-' r.
..?.".- : ? j ' "-' . ? ?
"18 years established In N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Freo from Poison?."
"Not dangerous to tho Human Fsmily."
"Bats come ont of their holes to die."
RAT, f.oACll, ETC EXTERISA?
Is a paste-used for liais. Mc*, Roaches,
BUxk =sd Red Auls, ic., Sc.
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator,
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-Hugs, Sic.
Costar's Electric Powder for Insects
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
Insects on Plants. Fowls, Animals, Sic.
OS" I 1 1 BKWABK t 1 1 of all worthless imitations.
B?- See that "COSTAB'S" name is on each Bex, Bottle,
and Flask, before you buy.
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. 484 BBOADWAY, N. Y.
/Kg- Sold in Charleston, S. C.. by
Da. P. MELVIN COHEN, No. 354 King-street
And all Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
BARNES, WARD A CO.,
Now Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern state.'
"COS T AR'S"
FOB CUTS. BURNS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, BOLLS, CAN?
CERS, Broken Breasts, U jre Nipples, Bleeding, Blind
and Painful Piles; Scrofulous, Putrid and Bl-conditioncd
Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutane?
ous Affections, Ringworm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chil?
blains, Ac ; Chapped Hands, Lips, kc. ; Bites of Spid yrs.
Insects, Animals, Ac, Ac
JOS" Bosos, 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1 sizes.
OS- Sold by aU Druggists everywhere.
OS- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad
way, N. Y.
US' And by Da, P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, H. C.
BARNES, WABD & CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for tho Southern States.
FOB COBNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, 4c
tS- Boxes 25 cts., 60 cts. and tl sizes.
tS" Sold by BU Druggists everywhere
tS- And by HENRY E. COSTAS, Depot No. 484 Brood
way, N. Y.
tS- And by Da. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-stroet, Charleston. S. C.
BARNES, WABD A CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for tho Southern States.
" CO STAR'S"
BITTER-SWEET AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOB BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used t . Horton and Beautify the Skin, remove Freckles,
Pimples, Eruptions, tc.
. Ladies are now using it in preference to all others.
tS~ Bottles, SL
SS- Sold by oU Druggists everywhere.
tS- And by HENEY B. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad
MS" And by- . Da. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
??. BARNES, WARD A CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for tho Southam States.
?FOB COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, SORE
THROAT, Croup, Whooping Gough, Influenza, Asthma.
Consumption, Bronchial Affections, and all Diseases ol
Uso Throat and Lungs.
tS~ Bottles, 25 cts^ 50 eta. and $1 sizes.
JOST Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
tS- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Bread
way, N. Y. _?"
! 9S- And by . Da. P. MELVIN C'&JUEN,
No. 354 King-street; Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD A CO.,
. . .. New Orleans, La.,
Whelesalo Agents fur the Southern States.
I ; "COSTAR'S"
: A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL.
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, Indiges?
tion, Dyspepsia, BfUousness, Constipation, Diarrheas,
Colics, emile. Fevers, and general derangement of the
J6S- Boxes, 25 cts., SO eta. and $1 sises.
SS- Sold by an Druggists everywbt.-e.
tS- And by HENRY B. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y. .:.
SW And hy Bip, MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-e treat, Charleston, s. C.
BARNES, WARD St CO.,
"ii. New Orleans. La., :
Wjoleeale Acjhta (or the dcmrni.-n M-tea.
December 21 . . . smot ?
M TODD & RAFFERTY, I
ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS,
OiBeeoxul Works, Pateraoa, Sew Jenty.
j; ' WAREHOUSE,.No.4 DEY STREBT.N. Y.!" .
j* MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND POBT
-JXL' ABLE STEAM ENGINES AND', BOILERS; Flax,
Hemp; TOW, Oakum and Bone Machinery; 'Shafting,
Mill Gearing. Iron and" Brass Castings ot aU kinds;
Latches, Plamng Machines. Drffls; Shaping, fflcttmgand
Borm?Macbln?a; O^ur Cutter-; Cc=trsi=s, ?SUal aaa
Bo? Otrttme; MacMnea; .Chucks of ?IliTnds; Leather
and Bobber Betting;'?.Lace Leather,.Belt Hooks, and
General Supplik a for Baflrbads and other Machine Shops
Judson Se Snow's Patent Governors." Saw Mffls, Cotton
Gins, Presses, Ac, constantly on hand.
TODD 4' RAFFERTY, "
March?;' ly ' NoV4D^aSrcaS'S.-SV':
Tl?"AiraOO? AW? THE Vlf.OK Of YOUTH
J.U. restored to four weeks, by Dr: RTOORD'8 ESSENCE
OF LIFE. Dr. Ricord ;oi Paris), afur yean of earostao
Bcltstlon. has at fengib acceded to .the earnest requests
. of the Am erl con pu Me, and ''appointed on Agent in New
. I York-far the sale of ala valued and highly-prized Essence
! of (Life. Thia wonderful agent will restore manhood to
' tba most- shattered constitutions, whether arising from
excesses, tho o gaeta of climate; or natural causes. Tho
time iitgatr?& to cure the -most inveterate easels four
weeks;i and If used according to printed instructions,
which are ?cry irimple, fallara is impossible; 'Thia lhV
restoring remedy should be taken by ?ll about tb marry,
as ita effects aro permanent. It is actnowlrfgsd by the
medical prese to bethe greatest discovery e-rermade.
Its cTeveloplng powers are rniraculous; Success in every
case is BS certain SB ths& science cVffertbrows ignorance.
Dr. Ricard's Essence of Life ls ?old In eases, with fan in?
structions for use, at S3, or four quantities in Ono for $9,
and wiE be sent to any pert, caieroBy pocked, on receipt
of remittanee to his accredited agent. ?. .
'.'?V >' Of 'PHILIP ROLAND, .
March 23 ly No. 34 Liberty street -Jaw York.
;. w TME AIKEN PRESS V. .
TisiS PROPOSEDi TO PUBLISH TN THE TOW? Olf
JL Alien, B CL, a Weakly paper under tho above title,
tobe devoted to General Intelligence-Political, Com
a^fc#J^cnBMwv fnaladimr She, FisJd. the Orchard,
?he Vineyard, and the Gardon. A Nows Summary, to
ooniain a digest of tto unportant events of the week,
wfll occupy a portion of tie paper, an? particular atten?
tion wffl bo given to tho nettled question of Labor, as
rjesvaisytsdtoour now condition, and the development
of^^aagB^^of to^b^try mMantUactures, Agri
? _"_ '; -'' f ,' ? -Jr- . W.vBaVBBTitL, Editor. ' j
-. W.Pj PijaXAWp;guMtohar. ?; /_. Januaryai.;:.
?6tthebenafltof our odv-a-fleto, patrons/*?=h=?i5
fttSdliloatol^ sohecripUon Hat, which I? c?nata??7mt
S^?f*^^^^^^ ?rsWtoualy; 3000 oxta
Bates of AdturUemg Bberal. .
? f". . - je:? \ .. ^^voamaLZt, :
SeMBbteV' ' EditoTsii^ot^ietor.
GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES.
LEVY & ALEXANDER'S
Wholesale anti Retail Clothing Establishment,
No. 275 KINU STREET,
A. F. BROWNING'S OLD STAND.
HAVING NOW OUR TULL STOCK OF WINTER GOODS ON HAND, AND HAVING JUST REDUCED OUR
prices, wu would caU tho attention of tho citizens of Charleston and merchants in tho country to tho same,
which wc are prepared to dispose ol' at tho cheapest and most reasonably rates In town. Wo have constantly oa
banda larne assortment of lino IILACK CLOTH FUOCK COATS, FINE BLACK DOESKIN PANTS, OVERCOATS (of
all doscrlptioua), FANCY CASSIM KUI'. SCITS. fcc, &c. and a largo and well selected supply ol PLANTATION
GOODS, in the shape ol" cheap SATINET SUITS, cheap COAT'S, VESTS and PANTS.
Wo would also call thc atleutiou of the public to our large supply of
BOYS' AND YOUTHS' CLOTHING,
For fall and winier wear, which have been selected with caro and attention, and which wo would most respectfully
request thom lo inspect before going elsewhere. Together with a largo and wcU assorted stock of MEN'S and
BOXS' HATb and CAPS, and GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS.
LEVY & ALEXANDER.
P. 8. Hoing desirous of closing ont our stock of ROOTS and SHOES, we offer them to tho public at rates that cann o
bo surpassed in town.
P. 8. Mr. F. C. Mil-LER would be happy to seo his frlonds again at tho abovo place.
December 18 ruths 2mos
THOMAS J. FLACK & SONS,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS
ll) lt llliUU^ li Ul WlilLIU^ lUJLl? U I lit
No. 52 SOUTH STREET,
A LARGE STOCK OF THE FINEST GRADES OF
OID MONONGAHELA, RYE AND BOURBON WHISKEY
CONSTANTLY ON HAND AND AT LOWEST PRTCES.
Cures ail diseases caused by
rlien. Seminal - W-.<ikuet?,
. Ji'iffht - ?mi.*elvnr. Los* of
Memory, Universal Lotti
tus/e, J'nins in t.'io Rick, Dim
-nexs of Vision, Prematuro
j Old A ge, WenkXerces, Di?i
jci?/? Breathing, l'aie Co'intc
? nance. Insanity, ConJtnmp
f/on, and all diseases that fol?
low os a sequence of youthful indiscretions.
Tho Cherokco Curo ?-ill restore health nrnt visor,
stop tile emissions, and effect a permanent euro
aller all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
pase pamphlet sent In a sealed envelope, freo to any
Frlce $2 per bottle, or throe bottles for $5. Bold
by oil druggists; or will be sent by express to any
portion of tho world, on receipt of price, by tbs
Dr. "W. E. M?RWLN. 37 walker St, TT. T.
Cures all Urinary Com?
plaints, viz: Grarel .'Inflarw
. motion of the Bladder and
f Kidneys, Retention of
lUrine; Strictures rf the
iCrethra, Dropsical Stcoll
ringt. Brick Duet Deposit?,
and all diseases that require
a diuretic- and when used in
conjunction with tho
does not fall to caro Gonorrhea, Gleet and all H?t?
ame Ditc/iargee In Malo or Female, curing recent
easel in from one to tliree day?, and ia especially
rcoommondod ta those coses of Fluor Ailsa* or
Whites in Femelle?. Tho two medicines used In
conjunction will nut fail to rcmovo lids disagreeable
complain tvand In those cases where other medidnos
hive been used without success.
Price, Remedy, Ono Bottle, 12, Three Bottles, *5.
> " Injection, " 14 " " $5.
Tho Cherokco " Care," " Remedy," end " Injec?
tion." are to bo found in all well regulated drug
stores, and oro recommended by physicians ond
druggists oil over tho world, for their intrinsic worth
and merit. Somo unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their enstotnervby soiling cheap and
worthless compounds,-in order to make money
ill place of these. Be not. deceived. If the drug?
gists will not buy them for y. ., wri_; to ns, and wo
viii ?end thom to yon by cxprca, securely packed
and free from observation. We trent ali diseases to
?which tho human system is subject, and will be
pleased to receive full and explicit statements from
those who'havo failed to receive relief heretofore.
Ladies or gentlemen can address us ?a perfect eon
fidenee. We deslro to send our thirty-two page
?iiunphlet froo to every lady and gentleman in the
and. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
or advice, to tho salo proprietor, . (J.
?Dr. "W. B. MERWIN', 37 Walker St., K. T.
Ma? 24_ thstulyr
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
nra MOST mraovjcri
SE?SD AND SQUARE
Poll Iron Frame and Overstrung Bass,
' MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE
So. IS) Wt?t Ilaaxon-gtrcct, Ho. 1
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW TOBE.
TTHE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OK THF FIRM Ol '
JL KBAU8HAAB A CO., sro practical Piano rooken
sad ai such hsvo had a large experience in connection
erith name o. th*-, best Establishments in thia countr
aadFarope. TLeir' ? l&uos" sro 'made not merely fo
them,but ty them, ai d under their immediate persons
aipsrtistan, m o they allow no instruments to leave the:
factor} and HISS into the hands of their patrons, unies
t ney have a power, evoirnen, firmness and -roundness c
tana, in elasticity of touch-without which no instrt
neut ought to bo satisfactory to the public-as well >
that durability in construction, which-enables lt to ? '
nain ta ta ?and to withstand sudden changes of tes:
isntrtre and ?xposnre to extreme neat and cold, whlc:
are sometimes unavoidable.
The; will at. all times be happy to ,seo the profesaloi
and tie public at their Wnrerooms, and invite compari
?an botween thstr own Pianos and those ot any othe
ANTON KRAUSHAAR...TOBIAS HA??
CHARLES J. SOHONKMANN.
?W AND C0LLBCT?0H OFFICE,
Nos. 39 and 40 Part? Row.
, IB??U JJAVE?A,
OSOBOI B. TOONS, J
a?BABD L. MCKENZIE,
.TAVING BUOOEEDKD TO THF TOBEEGN COLLS L
XL- T?tiN BUSINESS of Messrs. BIRNEY, PEI?
lilia ft FLANEEBS, we wlB attend tu the ooQectigs 9
past fiia "and' motoring olaiae- throughout tbs Uniter -
'...'.toed'OanadA, -. ;-i .' ... ?:.ul
" mktitiiisioxiisa FOR ALL ms STATMB. .
THE ESTET ORGAN,
T710B CHURCHES, SOTTDAY-SOHOOLS, AND PA B
JD LO Bi), wi tb.new and valuable improvements, gi?
mg extraordinary compass, variety, sud a sweetness o!
tone. The don nine perfection ls ihe VOX HU MAN i
ATTACH MENT, a wonderful imitation of the sympa?
thetic Kreetnacs of the human vol de. They, are s tren gh
mdorsid hy GEO USE W. MOBGAS, WILLIAM A '
KING, and others-thc highest musical'authority in th:
United State?. JerCecf sqllufmetim guaranteed. .
PIAMOS of ah grade? and stylesfurnished at lowe?
cash prices. ? ,*,.
GEO. 0. SAXE & GO.,
NO. 417 BROOME STEEET, NEW TORR.
Aninut IO ., .... ? ; cmo
LOMBARD & CO.,
O^HM?SSI?N; 25 ES CK A NTS
'?;: .; ijn> mroBTiais Km> ' muxxns rs"
KO. 13 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHARP,
- Adranos? made on Oonslgnmenta of Bice and Cotton I
to our addross.
R?f?rences, by permisti?n: To Weetle. JutnAPMtt
A Co., Mesera. Bram BSOTBZSS A Go., Charleston, &
" " ? V,,,;..;. "MO**. ;'. r. "'v. ',ir? October1
Whol^stle & Retail idealer?
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?-THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
TE IIS ls without pr?c?dent In the histor; of the world.
There is no secret in the matter. They are at once the
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires but a single trial ' to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are corni mel of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, GasoariBs.
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Clovorbuds, Orange-peel.
Snake-root, Caraway. Coriander. Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Uo speakers, and persons of literary habits and seden?
tary Ufe, who require ires digestion, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties. ...
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
In these Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects- of dissipation and late hours..
They strengthen the system and enliven the mini?,
They prevent miasmatic and" intermittent fevers.
They pnrify th? breath andeeieUty cf th a Btomacin.
The; cure Dyspepsia and Conetjpa tloa.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morona.
They cure Liver Complaint asd Nervous Headache*.
The; are the beat Bitters in the world. They mats
the weak man strong, andar? exhausted nature's grast
The following startling and emphatic Statements ess
be seen at our office. .
Letter of Rev. E. P. Gs&SX, Chaplain of the 107th Hew
York Regiment :
NEAn AOQCTA CBXXS. March 4th, 1863.
Owlngfto the great exposure and terrible, decomposi?
tion after the battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared, hy
Dr. DBAEE, of Hew York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great- surprise they
gave me Immediate relief. Two bottles aha oat allowed ?
I me to join my regiment. . ? . . I haye sinoe saca
! them used in many oases, and am free to say. fat hos?
I pltal er private purposes I know ot nothing Ilka them.
Bev. E. 7. CHANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Bev. N. E. GILDS, St Clairsvrue, Pa.
GEtTLQira:-You were kind enough, on a former oo
I easton, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $3 60. My wife having derived ' so, much
benefit from the nae of these Bitters; I desire ,er ta
continue them, and you wUl please send u* nx bottles
j more for the money ea closed.
I am, very truly, yo-trs,
H. E. GILA*-J, Puter Ger. Bet. Church,
BoLTiTKB.,' HosoE, SUTB?LMT aiihas T's Oman, ?
CrscTNHATi, OHIO, jan. 15th, 1863. j
* * * * * * *
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
I ear noble soldiers who slop hore, more or tess disabled
I from various causes, and the effect is marvellous and
I Such a preparation as this ls I heartily wish in - every
family, In every hospital, and at hand on ever; battle
field. G. W. S. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A CHUM, Surgeon of tho Tenth Vermont Be
I gtment, writes:-"I wish every soldier hada bottle of
I Plantation Bitters. They are .the moist eileenve, per?
fect, and harmless tonio ? ever used."
WrhiABD's! Horn? S
WAHHEfOTOH, D. a, May 23d. 1863.. J.
Gprn.nrat:-We require another supply of your
Plantation Kiters, the popularity o ' whleh daily to?
creasfes with tho guests of our house.
- . . SYKES. CHADWICK A CO.
Ao. to to atc to.
Be sure that ever; bottle bears tbs. facHdmile of cur
signature on a steel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork.
P. H. DBASE & CO,
' No. 90S BROADWAY. N. T..
Bold b; all respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
i Saloons, and country Botelsdealers, .
aaru 18 thstolsr
GEORGE mf? &M* ^
BAD' THE DNPBEOEEENTED TBTOMPH TO BS
-.-'?I AWARDED TWO PBlZEa AT ONCE,
TUE <S0M> ?NL> SILVER MEDAL,
At Ute Fair of the American Instante, . Dot : 18*6 . (being
" tbs very latest date), for General Superiority of their ,
First vromium received.- over all competUiOS,. when.
. sad whor.Tvor exhibited. ?. - .
npiHESE PIANOS HAVE RECEIVED TRE HIGHEST
JL - fecommehdationa from the 'fallowing cu Jtlngulsh
ed Artistes arid P?rformsrs t-^ '- ><:i'??E&j ? i.i: - r;
THEODORE THO VAS, F. TON BBXDNIHG . -
GEO. W. MORGAN, THEO. MORLING,
W. MASON, CHARLES WELS, .
HENRY a TIMM, WM. PEO HEB.
J.H. PATTISON, O ARL A fi SCHUTZ,
THEODORE HAGEN, JDL SO HUBERTS.
GEORGS MATZKA, , A.PADB* vi? V>. >.-IJ
FR. BRANDEIS. Wu. BfiBGB.
M AX . M ARHTZEK, A DAVIS.
3. ".MILLS; <;.. - O. DEHUTH?
CARL WOLFSOHN. ' CHAS. FRADKL.
CARL BERGMANN, ' H. PERABEAN.
r^sai send for mustratrtC&oniars.
WA BE ?OOM? Na 8Ht ST., SEAR BBOADWAT.?3
OPPOSITE CLINTON, HALU
. Aj?p?tay?'.<?>?*??:?? ? y- ^t?u&amo
ELDEE & BE0WI?,
A MANHFACTITBEB8 AND PASEST.
A4T\L mo(^<,l,bm*l OOMBTNATfON
iB^^pw ORADLB AND BABY TENDER, Prc
*MM?1?P?A11"I Horaes, ?nd ali kinds, ol Book.
/^?i5*3- ?ff Bora?, Invalid Chairo, '?itt double
a-Jgg^X_and stogte wheels, from $28,rtos?:
Jhudrsn's Carriages, Fancy ?na Yaraiahsd Wtttona,
Fancy Sulkies. Invalid Carriage?, saida to orA??.
fto^llsrBMttBaby.aoafca?, toi ?A; UftvUxaRo?es.
Depot^WBB?a^AT. rkaBuTac*Sry. Bo^sasL '
-T?.4MsjjdA4aw=?SirrassT, Hew?or*. '
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