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THUBSDAY MOBNTNG, FEBBTJABY 21,1807.
A REFOTYTION OF BASS SLANDERS.
Wo publish tho subjoined articlo from tho Now
York News, in vindication of tho Hon. BENJAMIN
WOOD, against the base calumnies which have
lately appeared in tho New York World and Tri?
bune against that gentleman, and also as it moro
clearly explains tho position of one of tho South's
staunchest and most conragOKUs friends in tho
North. Many of our readers will doubtless have
heard tho story that, during the war, Mr. W. re?
ceived for his/ services to the Confederacy a
check from Canada for $25,000. This article will
explain the whole matter :
Tho annexed articlo, which we publish entire, is
from the Tribuno ot Wednesday lost. It contains
an extract from a letter in tho World of February
2, fi"Tiished under the date of Wasliington, Janu?
ary 31. As the Libellous matter in this letter has
been sanctioned by tho World's publication of it,
and without any rebuke to tho correspondent on
the part of the editor, it is very evident that tho
malicious intention of the inventor of the false?
hood has been willingly seconded by Mr. Manton
Marble. The comments of the Tribune are not
less unfair, and the misrepresentations and slan?
der, in respect to the matter which it drags for?
ward, equally reprehensible.
We refer at once to the Tribune's articlo, and
shall then proceed to notice tho libele of both
journals in all essential points :
BECKET POLITIC AL, HISTORY.
The World na? a letter, dated Washington, which says:
"I,was much gratified with your reviow of Mr. Oreo
ley's article attacking the Democratic party. DJ Mr. Or- o
ley did not know, that lt was a base Blander, there might
be some excuse for it I regret you did not carry the
review further, and disclaim for tho Democratic party
any responsibility for the course of the Now York ifewt
during me Presidential campaign. ' Doubtless, Mr. Gree?
ley knows how much was paid by tho Loyal League or
the Republican State Committee, weekly, toward the
support of that sheet; If he does not know the fact he
is more ignorant of tho movements of his party than I
take him tobe; perhaps he ref used'to bo informed, fer
the same reason his friend T. W. declined to read Gov.
Young's letter promising to pardon the anti-renters if he
were elected; and that teat that he might deny it in hit
?I am credibly informed, by one who was in tho ring,
that a large sum was i aid for this purpose; and certainly
the course of the paper is good evidence of its truth.
" Histsry will yet do justice to the leading Democrats
who were made to bear the odium of the course of the
News, tho Woods, Vallandigham, Gen. Singleton, and
others of tho same kidney. Pacts ajo already leaking
out that these men were in secret alliance with tho Ad?
ministration, and worked at the Chicago Convention to
render the resolutions as odios to the true Union men as
possible, so as to work the defeat of McClellan.
"The sooner the"Democratic party spurn these men
from their ranks., and break oil any affiliations with Se
ward, Stanton, Weed & Co., the sooner will they rally to
their standard the honest and true men of tho country.
I sm'clear in my opinion that Seward's Buffalo speech,
sad the half-way endorsement of Hoffman by Mr. Weed,
were two of tho mostprominet causos.of his defeat Tho
Democratic element of the Republican party could not
reconcile themselves to a seeming association with thom.
For poor Raymond noDody cares," &c, &c, icc
Comments by the Tribune.
? We assure the writer of the above, the World, Thc
World, thc Democratic party, and mankind in general,
_ that we do not know "how much was paid by the Loyal
League, or by the Republican State Committee, weekly,"
or otherwise, toward thc support of the Hon. Ben. Wood's
Daily News "during the Presidential campaign," or at
?ny other time. If any one do? know, we will thank him
to oat with it- Wo did hear of a check or draft fox $25,
000 in gold which Mr. Wood received lu iso* from tho
Hom Jacob Thompson (rebel) in Canada; but we never
heard that tho Republicans supplied Jake with the funds.
Still, there are so many dark bolos abd corners in politi?
cal management-so many wheels within wheels-where?
of we know nothing, and are rather proud of our igno?
rance, that all this might bc, and we in blissful ignorance
of the whole matter. We will thank any one who doe
know to tell tho publican about it
But we do not seo how anything that can bc said will
help the Democratic party, since! it is impeached for its
own acts, not Wood's. The Daily News was well known
to bo, from first to last, an organ of deadly hostility to
the war for the Union, and an unqualified champion and
mouth-piece of tho Southern Confederacy. It violently
apposed volunteering as well as drafting to fill tho ranks
of the Union armies, and in every way did its utmost to
insure the triumph of secession. Yet, in full view of all
this, its editor and proprietor, Benj. Wood, was, in the
middle of that war nominated, supported and elected,
oh the same ticket with Gov. Seymour, to represent the
lower part of bur city in Congress, of which he was al?
ready a member, and where he was steadily voting and
acting precisely as though he had boen sent thither by
Jefferson Davis aa his attorney. The Tammany branch
of the Democracy talked of.suotalning the war; yet Wood
was their nominee, and oWed tc them his election. And,
since the war was over, they have chosen bim to the State
Senate, wherein he now sits.
Now, then,' supposing all the above farrago about the
Loyal League, Seward, Stanton, T. W., Raymond, etc,
etc, were trna, how would it help the Democratic party?
It seems to us like trying to help one who has been prov?
ed a kaave by proving him a fool aa welL Do let us hear
how it bears on the main question 1
During the late lamentable and devastating war,
we stood pledged as an-American citizen to do our
duty to our country, and we maintained, at hazard
tb'our'property, liberty and life, that peace
measures ought to have prevailed from the first,
and that with them the Government might have
ended the disastrous strife that has ulled the land
with mourning and desolation. Although wo were
not on the side of the powerful and victorious, wo
were, as we then believed, and as we now believe,
on the side of principle and justice; and we would
not to-day exchange our own position on that
question if we could wear the laurels of General
Grant or General Sherman. Throughout the con?
test we pursued a uniform course according to our
conscience, and no influences that honor would not
sanction ever moved our judgment or directed our
actions. Affilia tiona or alliances with those,
inimical to our political views we did not enter?
tain, because, as is well known, we stood almost
alone-certainly with not a predominating
party to sustain us-from the beginning to the
close of the war. Yet, in this statement of the
World, what extent of malicious falsehood has not
been mdulged inl' What mendacity do we find
underneath the whole of-it I We are charged with
receiving, weekly, from the Loyal League, or the
Bepnblican State Committee, money for the sup?
port of the Daily- News. What does Mr. Manton
Marble mean by this ? Why, he simply means to
disseminate, and with the design of injuring us, a
base and unqualified lie-one that he knew was
such when he placed it before the public. And
who is he who has done this? He is the editorbf
" the World, who, some few years since, came to us,
in the most deplorable plight, asking ns to aid
bim at a time when he could not pay his em?
ployees, and who then received our aid to such
an extent that he has been able to keep the
World on ita axis to the present time. This is
the way in which he displays gratitude for a
service that saved him from ruin, and enables
b'"w to be one of the proprietors of the World,
lt is cufficult to believe, but it is not the less
true, that this Mr. Marble is capable of thus pub?
lishing falsehoods, knowing - them to be such; for,
had he not approved and sanctioned this publica?
tion to our detriment, he would have hastened, as
ah" honorable, man would do, to make reparation
for the wrong he has perpetrated. The corres?
pondent whom he endorses, if he is' the man we
believe him to be, is a felon who has served out a
tenn in the State Prison; and we hereby pledge
ourselves to give five thousand dollars to one of
the charitable, ins tintions of this city if Mr. Man?
ton Marble, or his co-libeller in -Washington, will
prove that we have ever received, for the support
of The Daily News, a single dollar from the Re?
publican party, the D?mocratie party, the Loyal
League, or?any other political association. We will
do this .cheerfully to stimulate a good result
from a ' quarter whence it is least to be ex?
pected, . and because, if these , and like slan?
ders be permitted to remain uncontradicted,
they may connect our name, in years to come,
with apparently real train-actions, though now they
seem to us so, imaginary that we sometimes mar?
vel at the ingenuity of base minds in contriving
snob malicious inventions. More than this, fi
Mr. Manton Marble wish ns to be more explicit as
to the aid we gave him to enable him to possess
an engine wherewith to do' us an injury by his pub?
lication of falsehoods, we are ready to supply it, and
to show how it happens that he has been abie to keep
the World in existence. The story is not without
interest, and he shall have the'tull benefit of it,
together with all the credit due to the political
honesty he has displayed since he undertook to
manage- the World, we will: not say that the
charge Against ns made by the World is too pre?
posterous to bo entertained by rational minds. Peo?
ple are ready to believe anything, and even those
who are incredulous by nature insensibly absorb
the venom of slander and contribute to cir eula to
iii Wgarulesa of the feelings of others. Hence,
we afford Mr. Marble full scope to make good his
falsehoods, or,' failing in that, to brand himself
everywhere as a willing falsifier and liar, as indif?
ferent to his own reputation as to that of others.
However, we now dismiss the World and its libel?
ling editor, to give our attention to the Tribune
which is to be blamed for repeating a. story that it
has always had the most easy means to learn was
unworthy of credence.
The Tribune has not learned anything reporting
payments of money to us from the Loyal League OT
the Bepnblican State Committeo to support the
Daily News "during the Presidential campaign "
ox af-any other time; but it has "heard of a check
or draft for $25,000 in gold that Mr. Wood re?
ceived in 1864 from Canada, etc. Now, with
respect to' this calumnious report, we may say,
that we had supposed it had been so completely
annihilated thai not even the Tribune would at?
tempt to bring it forward for any purpose whatso?
ever. We have been under a delusion. Many edi?
tors seem to delight in doing anything that truly
. honorable men would scorn as repulsive and
loathsome, and hence the public seem to regard a
large proportion of them as liars by profession. In
reference to the draft received in 1864 from Canada
we have some testimony to ofter; and we wish to
place the matter on record, and to brand as a false?
hood the statement that it was received for our own
noe. The story waa coined, like others, by political
enemies, to inure to their own personal advantage
When the question about this Canada draft was first
brought forward by the Government witnesses on
the assassination trials, we telegraphed as follows
to the Secretary of War, to show our readiness
under oath, to state all we knew with respect
to the business. The telegram was in these words:
j ,., : ' NEW Yous DAILY NEWS OPTICS, 1
June 17,1885. f
To Edwin M. Stanton, Secretary of War, Washington:
If necessary to the interests of justice I will proceed
to Washington cheerfully. Piesse answer.
No reply having been sent to ns, and it having
been' reported that Mr. Stanton would have nothing
further to do with the military commission, we
determined, if possible, to vindicate ourselves from
the slanders industriously propagate 1 by political
writers. Accordingly, the annexed letter was Bent,
ss directed, on the day of its dato :
Oma N.T. DALLY NEWS, I
NEW YOBS, June 19,1865. |
Maj. den. David Bunter, President Military Commission
Sra: In tho course of testimony b?fese the court over
which you preside, my name has been mentioned, and
remains upon the record of the court in connection with
?vidence of certain bnameee transactions that, unex?
plained, seem to place me in a false position before the
public. " '"
Iclrfm. therefore, a morough Investigation cf the sub?
ject before your court, sod respectfully, request my for?
mal and immediate examination, under oath, touching
any point wherein my integrity sud subordination to tho
jaws may have been questioned.
RjspectftJly, yonr obo?teitt aerv&nt,
' ' B, WOOD,
Nothing resulted from this application. It ap?
peared quito evident that the propriety and right
of our course in "the matter pertaining to the
money -wore -well undsretood at Washington
that it waa known that the wholo business was
strictly-of a privato character, and suoh aa any
gentleman might engage in, eiinsr during ibo wa?
or since. It was not the pleasure, however,-of po?
litical oncniies to havo the truth known: :and
therefore was it that tho slanders wore kept-before
tho public mind, without explanation or refuta?
tion, when tho Government had tho testimony in
tho case closo at hand.
Happily for ourselves, however, there wero those
who watched the currency of these slaanders and
falsehoods with a determination to stamp them
with their true character whenever the opportunity
should bo favorable for so doing. Among our
frionds was one whose name is so well known to
the American pooplo, whoso character is so ex?
ulted, und whose word ia so far tho synonym for
truth itself, that his testimony will not be doubted. :
The.Hon. Clement C. Clay, of Alabama, wrote to us
last May. In referring* to tho c-dumnios heaped
upon us "by the Tribuno and by another journal of
this city, with which wo woro then engaged in a j
"newspaper war" (and which wo aro ready to rc- ?
now at any t .me, if provoked to it by injustice and
malevolence), that very highly distinguUiUod
gentleman said :
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., May 7, 78C0.
I was repeatedly catechised during my imprisonment
about your business, in Canada, and what you received
from mo; espocially-whothor you got from me 826,000. I
uniformly answered, that so far from receiving a cont
Lom mo, you ref used even what I thought was justly due
you for your sacrifices to the cause of const! tu tiona ]
liberty, and that you never uttered a sentiment or a word
that any truly loyal citizen of tho United States would
condemn; and I added that I would vindicate you, If I
lived, from all the foul abuse of your libellers," etc., cte
CLEMENT C. CLAY.
We sholl now dismiss this subjoct, not, however, .
with any hope that either Mr. manton Marble or I
tho Tribune will do us justice by a spontaneous
free oct :
We have thus-refuted the base Blander circulated
to annov and injure ns, that it may not be said |
hereafter, with any evidence of truth at least, that
.we pormitted tho falsehoods to go uncontradicted. 1
, As to tho political position to which wo have been
] raisod by the generous suffrages of our follow
citizens, "we say, with great satisfaction, that we
:have endeavored to-be worthy of obtaining and
retaining it. If any evidence were wanting that
tho views which we have entertained, and tho
course which wo have pursued, have found v favor
with tho people, it' can be discornod in the results
of tho various olections which have placed us in
places of trust, while powerful political organiza?
tions, backed by every species or malevolent false- .
hood, havo failed to carry their candidates against
us. Tho very arguments used and the slanders
circulated to prove that we are not of the true
Democratic faith aro annihilated in their effects by
our position aa a representative o? tho popular
will, not only doling the war but evon at tho pres?
HAVANA-Per sehr Azelda A Laura-111 buds, 15 tierces,
10 bbls Clayed Molasses, a quantity of Fruit, to J A
Euslow & Co.
CARDENAS-Per sehr T J Frazier-17* lihds and 137
bbls Molasses, 7 bales Tobacco, 1 case Segara, to Sa?
las & Co.
LIVERPOOL-Per Br bark Regina-630 bales S I and
817 bales Upland Cotton, 113,080 feet Pine Timber,
5163 Pine PUuk, 7 boxes Copper Ore.
I BOSTON-Per steamship Geo B Upton-7 bales S I and
010 bales Upland cotton, 12 Packages, 1 bale Bag?
ging, 29 casks Clay, 20 bales Rags, 61 hhds Old Iron,
I NEW TORE-Per steamship Emily B Sonder-122 tierces
' Rice, 54 bags S I and 311 bales Upland Cotton, 75
halos Cotton Waste, 37 bales Yarn, 75 bales Domes* J
tics, 84 packages and boxes Sundries.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DALLY NEWS, 1
CHABLESTON, Wednesday Evening, February 20,1867. j
There was but a limited demand and Bellera had to
submit to lower priccB, say a half cont per lb. decline.
The transactions amounted to about 210 bales, viz: 3 at
27, 28 at 28, 27 at SO, 15 at 30?, U9 at 31, and 19 at 31?.
j Wo quote :
GEORGETOWN, February 20.-COTTON-No sales to
report. We quote from 28 to 30c
Tomat-About 400 sticks fair mill Timber sold since
last report at from 6 to 10c per cubic foot.
, TonrENTXNE-Very little has arrived since last issue,
I We quote Dip S3; Scrape $4 76 per bbl.
SAVANNAH, February 19_COTTON-The cotton mar
I ket was rather dull to-day, and the transactions were
limited to a few hundred bales on the basis of 30a30?c
[The types made us quote tho market yesterday fully
lc higher than the transactions warranted. It should
have been 39o30?c for Middling.]
AUGUSTA, Fobrnnry 19.-COTTON.-The market to
I day was somewhat easier than on yesterday, but there
wns no material chauve in prices, and all that was offer
- ed met with ready sale et about 30 cents for Middling.
Tho sales were 263 bales, as follows:-27 at 2C, 7 at 27, 14
at 28,1 nt 28 >i, 2 at 28?, 9 at 29,6 at 29?, 82 at 30. 88 at
30?, 13 at 31 cents, and 4bales Zippora as follows: 1 at
33, and 3 at 35 cents. Tho receipts amounted to 145
FINANCIAL.-Thc money market was quiet to-day.
GOLD.-Tue brokers are buying at 136, and selling
I at 138.
SILVEB_Brokers sro buying at iso, and olung at 135.
lob ile Market.
MOBILE, February 16.-COTTON-There has been a
good and active demand throughout the day. Tho mar
ket opened cosy at inside figures, but hardened with tho
demand, and closed firm at outside quotations. Sales 3000
bales. Middlings 30 ?a31c.
MONET AUX AND FINANCIAL-Coin and Exchanges have
been quiet at quotations.
Now York Sight ? discount checking, and ? discount
I buying outside bills.
New Orleans Sight par to ? premium.
STATEMENT OF COTTON.
Stock on hand Sept. 1st, I860.bales. 29,009
Received this week. 6,581
Exported this week. 9,911
I Exported previously.121,845
Bumed and lost. 2,437-134,193
Stock on hand and on shipboard not cleared Feb?
ruary 15,1867. 78,325
WILMINGTON, Fobruory 19.-ROSIN-The market ls
firm and quiet. -170 bbls. common sold at S3 06a312? ;
45 bbls. low No. 1 at S3 75; 12 bbls. No, 1 at $4; and 67
bbls. at $3 for common; $3 60 for No. 2, and $4 75 for
Spurns TURPENTINE-Ts firm, although no transactions
occurred. But a small amount is offering on the market,
which is hold by factors at an advance on former quota?
CnuDE TURPENTINE.-Only 40- bbls. arrived and sold
at S3 80 for virgin and yellow dip, and $2 35 for hard.
TAB.-A small lot (7 bbls.) Bold at $1 65."
LUMBER.-65,000 feet river scantling and wide boards
I sold at $9 25 ? M.
FISH.-A lot of 35 bbls. of mullets and trout in pine
I bbls. sold from wharf at SQ.
New Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, February 15.-COTTON-The market
opened this morning with a limited inquiry, and bas
continued dull and Inactive throughout the day. The
assortment on sale was ample to meet the demand, not?
withstanding several, factors refused to uncover their
tables, but the majority of buyers manifested little desire
to operate, in anticipation of increased weakness, and con?
sequently the business transacted nan been unusually
light, comprising, at the close, barely 2500 balee, mostly
intended for tha completion of unexecuted orders. Eleven
brokers participated m the business. Prices indicated fur?
ther weakness, but the only alteration we make in our quo?
tations is to drop our outside figures, and in accordance
therewith we now quote asj follows : Ordinary 28?a-c;
Good Ordinary 29?a-.; Low Middling 30?a-, and Mid?
dling 31 ?a-, adding, the market closed with a tendency
to greater ease. The sate? for the past three days com?
prise 12,700 bales, making an aggregate for the week of
33,300 bales, against 30,200 last week. The receipts pro?
per for the past week (excluding the arrivals from Mo
bile, Florida and Texas, which are included in their
respective statements) embrace 19,433 bales, against
26,030 last week, showing a decrease of 6597 bales. The
week's exports comprise 2?,548 bales, 6770 of which were
coastwise, and 19,773 to foreign ports. ,
STATEMENT OP COTTON.
Stock on hand September lat, 1866.bales-102,082
Received tc-day..-.. 8,165
Cleared to-day.. 8,737
j Cleared previously.409,144-412,881
Stock on hand. . 243,288
The clearances comprise, 2769 bales for Liverpool, 62
for Providence and 908 for Havre.
Strain AND MOLASSES.-The receipts since yesterday
were confined to 200 hhds Sugar, and 473 bbls Molasses,
which comprised nearly all in first hands this morning.
The demand continues very good, the receipts sell readi?
ly- Prt***1 ttre higher. Tho sales tc-day embraced
450 hhds Sugar, and 416 bbls Molasses, at the foUowing
prices: Common Sugar 12c ?l lb; fair 13Jti; fully xsirto
prime 13?c; primo 13?c; choice 14c; seconds 13c; yellow
clarified 14?c fi. Common Molasses 72o * ?allon ?
good common 74c; prime 7Sc; prime to choice 80c ? sal
Week's sales, 1234 hhds 8ugar ; 1790 bbb)1 Molasses. Re?
ceipts, 1097 hhds Sugar; 1703 bbls Molasses. Exports.
86 hhds Sugar; 381 bbls Molasses. "TBBDB- -exports,
FREIGHTS-Are dull and unchanged. Tonnage ia- am?
ple, offerings for shipment are smell. The rates are le
per lb for Cotton by steam ?0 New York; 1?0 by steam
I for^Diverpool; 9-16d by san fir Liverpool, tn? T#0 for
Per steamship Carlotta, from New York-J McDon
ough, Lizetta Wiltern, and 2 in ?teerage.
Per steamship Andalusia, from New York-M Mor?
gan, Mrs E Morgan, Mrs T Dennis and family, J W Den?
ny, R O Epes, T Shaw, H Dellenger, A Lipp. '
Per sehr T J Frazier, from Cardenas-F P Salas, - Vin?
cent Gutierez, Alfonzo Harriaga, Vincent Valdea.
Per steamer Dictator, from Jacksonville, Palatks
Fernandina and Savannah-Dr Hartridge, Mrs Gary and
2 children. Miss A Drew, Mrs Walker, Mrs Rhett, Frank
Woodman, W G Hogan, W J Mills, C B Ta-igW. jr
Mooring, E E Cleveland, J C Johnson, H Wells, TO Al
}?*. w. Sol-ers, W T Sellers and son. B 8 Staughton, J
Grunthal, H Yeatman, JF Drew, D Wilson, J G Cockey,
H Titte, W AMcFall, and 6 deck. . -"""? ?
Per steamer W W Frazier, from Edisto and Rockville_
W S Murray, Hon J Townsend and daughter, Miss Soe
nowski, F Shaeffer, C T Wilson, J Eddings, Dr J Whaler;
F H Underwood, H G Lopez and lady F W Ludovic-, Col
W L M Burger, 3 J MTkoTL Capt W C Corrie. B Balley,
Jr, T Black. S Fogartte, Madame Frey, Miss Maggie
Frey, Albert Frey, SJ Austin, and 62 deck.
CORRECTED WEEKLY. --.
PHASES OF THE KOON.
New H. 4th, Oh. 66m. even j Full UL. ietin, ?h. 21m. even
First Q. 11th. 8h-20m. even | Last Q. 2Cth, Ch. 12m. morn
L'onsignce? per Soatb Carolina Railroad,
567 bolos Cotton. l?balos Mdse 75 bags nour. 30 bags
Potatoes, 1 car Furniture, 2 cars Stock. 1 oar Lumber,
kc To J H Hoggett 4 Co, E H Rodgers & Co. Roland
Bhatt, J M Eason it B-os, G H Watter ac Go, R P Antloy,
?Ooakiey, Boper S btonoy.W C Dukes & Co, L D De
S?ussure, W O Courtney & Co, R R Agent. H L Joners ic
Co, Salas & Co. G.W WUllams & Co, Willis & Chlsolm, J
Bl Caldwell 4 Sons, P 0 Moy, P A. Chazal. Gen Burns. J
Sibley ic Sons. Graeser^Xoo. Smith Sc Co, J Fraser tc Co,
P Malkai, S Beaussang, Pratt lc Wilson Bros. M Gold?
smith ic Son, T Murphy, J * F Dawson, Goodrich. Wino
man it Co, W H Hohnes, G W Witto, A Goodwin, Leng
niok & Sell, E J Dawson, J B E Sloan, W W Smith,
Ebaugh ic MaUonoo, Gibbes & Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
248 bales Cotton, 40 bals Naval Stores, 25 boxes Ord?
nance Stores, 4 cars Lumber. Furniture. Metze, io. To
Mowry & Co, G W WUllams tc Co, Adams, Frost tc Co, W
5 Sims, Graesor, Loo, Smith tc Co, CaldwoU * Son, G E
Pritchott ic Co, O Re od or. Cart, Koi'ff & Jorvey, Rodgore
6 Co, Howard tc Bro. F 1? Myers, Little tc Marshall, B B
F Davis, Dukes & Co, J MarshaU, Jr, J R Pringle, Gen W
W Burns, Gen B O Tyler. Major F Parker, Roper te Sto?
ney. Chlsolm Bros, W C Courtney tc Co, BA & J F Early,
W K Byan. Shackclford lc Fraser, Raggett ic Co, J H Vol?
lere, and Order.
PORT OF CHARLESTON
Arrived Yesterday. .
Steamship Andalusia, Bundey, New York-left Sunday,
A M. Mdzo. To Rovenol * Co, B B Agents, Southern
Express Co, 0 N Averill tc Son. J D Aiken tc Co, BoB
mann Bros, D A Ammo, CD Ahrons'i Co, J E Adger &
Co H Bischoff ic Co, W M Bird it Co, E Bates & Co, A
Bischoff, Block ic Loyns, C D Brahe ic Co, D Briggs,-J H
Baggert H F Baker ic Co, E Bull, Bissoll ic Co, J G Bev
orson, J C Blohme, B M Butler, brown ic Hy?r, T M
Bristoll, J R Bigelow, J B Botts, Chlsolm Bros, Cameron,
Barkley & Co, C D Carr' & Co, L Cohen, J Campson tc Co,
Cartmill, Harbeson it Co, Crane, Boyleston tc Co, W M
Ohafoo, J Commins, W S Corwin, G Clark it Co, H Cobla
tc Co, J A Cook i: Co, T M Cater, J is F Dawson, Dowls
ic Moiso, Dewing, Burkett i: Co, H Daly, E J" Dawson tc
Co, L Drucker, F Entelman, I LFaik & Co, E D Fleming,
t P Forreston, J Frank, J S Fairloy & Co, Finley it Camp?
bell D F Fleming it Co, C Graveley, W Gurney. Gibbes
it Co, H Gordts ti Co, Graesor ic Smith, Gruber & Martin.
P L GuUlemin, J H Graver, Goodrich, Wineman it Co, W
B Horiott & Co, 0 K Huger, Hastie, Calhoun tc Co, Bart
& Co S N Hart, J W Harrisson it Son, Hohnes" Book
Store, F Horsey, J Hanckel, G H Hoppcck, S L Howard,
Johnston, Crows it Co, A ruing, C H Johnson. Jenninge,
Thomlinson St Co, M Jacobi, D Jacobs, H Klatto & Co, L
F Hoes ter, Klinck, Wlctenberg & Co, D Lopez it Son, T
J Lockwood. J P Low, Lengnick it SeU, S LaTorro, A
'Langer, C Litschgi, D Lilli cn thal ic Co, r. Lawless. Lubra
fe Stelling, Murphy & little, MarshaU, Burge & Bowen,
J McQueen, J H & D Muller, Mehrtens it Wohltmann, J
Marion, W McComb it Co, MoLoy & Bice, Mantoue &
Co, F L Meyer, S R MarshaU, M?nor, Wilbur tz Martin,
W Marscher, Z Miller & Co, Muller tc Nimitz. McKay *
Campbell, J B Morollo, Noyes it YaUj 3 0-Ne?i, C P I^-l
penheim, W- F Paddon, J Purceu, B E PonnaL, W F P id?
don, Renneker ii Glover, W Roach, C Ring, E H Rodgers
tc Co, J Russell, G W Steffens it Co, J B E Sloan, A Sten?
house, Strauss, Van?os tc Co, L brunell tc Co, Smith it
Dodge, Shrpherd & Conon, A O Stone, W G Trott, O Teld
eman, J B Togni, J Thompson it Co, J H Vouera, W L
Webb, C Voigt, J Walker, G W Williams tc Co, Wagener,
Heath lc Monsees, Wcybmann tc Linien thal, Werner ic
Ducker, WaUaao Bros, F Weyhmann, Bavenol & Barn?
well J J Jones. J Small it Co, Mrs T P Stoney, E Pollard,
C Hickey, N A Hunt, J Wallach, J Marzyck, S G Courte?
nay, G A Oakes, A C Schaffer, W G Whildon, A H Hay?
den, E David, Kinsman ic Howell, W Kelsler, H Hanris, T
J Kerr & Co, L E Trescott, J Hurkamp, M Drake, Cart?
mill ic Harbeson, W Brookbanks, A K Hughes.
Steamship Carlotta, Collins, Now York-left Sunday,
A M. Maze. To Street Bros it Co, R R Agent, Steamer
E Hancox, D A Ammo, C N Averill & Son, BoUmann
Bros, Block ic Loyns, H BiscSe?-fc Co, E Bates it Co, C
D Brahe ic Co, BisseU ic Co, W M Bird ic Co, F W Clans
sen, J CampBen ic Co, G W Clarke it Co, L Cohen, Came?
ron, Barkley it Co, Crane, Boyleston ic Co, Clad us ic
Witto, J Commins, W H Dunneman ic Co, J 8 Fairley tc
Co, Goodrich, Wineman ic Co, Gruber ic Marah, W Gur?
ney, C Graveley, Hastie, Calhoun ie Co, J Hyman ic Co,
J Heins, Johnston, Crews ic Co, M Jacobi, Jennings,
Thomlinson ic Co, KendaU & Dockory, H Klatto it Co, G
H Lins ted t, Lengniok ie SoU, J G Milnor, Milnor, Wilbur
ic Martin, MuUer ic Nimitz, W M Bird ie Co, 8 R Mar?
shaU, McKay tc Campbell, M Marta, Mehrtens ic Wohlt?
mann, C F Panknin, G E Prit, bett, J Russen, C Righter,
C Ring, J R Read ic Co, G W Steffens it Co, Strauss,
vanees ic Co, J~F Taylor ic Co, Wernor?& Ducker, D B
Williams, J R Willborgor, Wallace ie Bros, L Drucker, G
A Winanski, D Glymph, J Frank, JOH Claussen, Dew?
ing ic Burkott, Jil Dawson, Smith tc Hovey, Bulman
& Richart, E R KoUey, Charleston Hotel, Jeffords tc Co,
J Woolf, J B Betts, C Morris, M McMoster, S G Courte?
nay, Whaley tc Daniels, Furchgott it Bro, CarmUo & Mc
Caughran, and others.
Sehr Azelda ic Laura, Mclndoo, Havana, 5 days. Mo?
lasses and Fruit. To J A Enslow ic Co.
Sehr T J Frazier, Wells, Carden .a, 5" days. Molasses,
Tobacco, and Segars. To Salas ic Co.
Sehr Santoo, Prince, Back River. 2000 bushels Rough
Rice. To WC Bee it Co.
Steamer Dictator, Coxetter, Palatka, via Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah. 211 bales S Island Cotton,
43 packages Mdzo. To J D Aiken & Co, Cohen, Hanckel
& Co, W M Lawton, J A Enslow & Co, Hunt Bros, J ie J
'Tkpatrick, G W Williams ic Co, Southern Express, J
B i " mi, E J Wiss & Co, Adams, Frost it Co, G H Ingra
hiiTTi, Thompson it Bro, Roper ie Stoney, King & Yen?
ning, Fraser ic DUL
Steamer W W Frazier, Torrent, Edisto and Rockville.
31 bales Cotton, 125 sacks Cotton Seed. To CLGuil
lcaume, Roper ie Stoney, Gibbes ic Co, W Gurney, Dr G
R Cutler, and others.
Sloop Zeluca, from Boyd's Landing. 39 bales S I Cot?
ton. To J C'lcock ie Co, Fraser ic DUL
Boats from Wadmalaw and James Islands. 26 bales S
I Cotton. To Fraser ic DUL
Steamship |E B Sonder, Lockwood, New York-Willis *
Steamship George B Upton, CroweU, Boston-A J Sa?
linas. . . ,
Br bark Begin?, CMmminger, Liverpool-C N Hubert,
Brig A F Larrabce, Carlisle, Sagua la Grande, Cuba-T
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Geo B Upton, CroweU, Boston.
Steamship E B Sonder, Lockwood. New York.
Steamship Whirlwind, Fargo, Philadelphia,
htoamship Falcon, Reed. Baltimore. -
Sehr Golden Gate, Frisbee, Baltimore.
Tho Br sehr Mary Agnes, Luszen master, from Savan?
nah for the West Indies, with an assorted cargo, sprung
aleak and was abandoned on the 14th mst, St Augustine
bearing W by S 32 miles off. The ofacers and crew had
arrived In Jacksonville, Fla. This information reached
here by the steamer Dictator.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
FOR El G N.
Ship Missouri, Edward, up..Jan 10
Ship Southern Rights, Ross, sailed.Jan 13
I The Seaman, Doyle, up.Dec 13
Brig Albert, Erricksen, salted...Jan 22
I The Effort, Hussey, cleared.Jan 25
The Tregarthen, Steele, ?ailed..Jan 1
The Sylph,Peters, sailed.Jan 10
The Pan! Maria,-,' sailed...Oct
Span sehr Regenerado, Oliver, sailed.Feb
Bark Mary Belle Roberts, Burney, sailed..Dec
Br ship Mary Raymond, Raymond, sailed..Jan 22
! Sehr Mary R Somers, Somers, up.Feb
I Sehr Transit, Stetson, cleared.Feb ll
s KW your.
Steamship Saragossa, CroweU, sailed.Feb 16
Bark Fleetwing, Eulin, up.Feb 14
Brig Logan, Anderson, cleared.'.'.Feb 2
Sehr Am erl cns, Moss, up.Jan 17
Sehr Despach,-, up.Jan
Sehr Albert Mason, Rose, up.Jon
Sehr E N Perry. Smith, up... . V.Feb
Sehr E C Howard, Nickerson, up.Jan, 31
Sehr Loyal Scranton, Lowden, up.Jan 30
Sehr Southerner, Darling, up..Feb 6
Sehr R Caldwell, Mccormack, up.Feb ll
Sehr Daniel Hohnes, Haywood, up..'..Feb ll
Bohr Viola, Treworgy, cleared.Feb ll
Sehr Peter Bolee, Adams, cleared.... -Feb 12
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.. .Feb ll
Sehr J B MarshaU, y?xil>?u cleared.Feb 16
Sehr Fannie K Shaw, Shaw, cleared..Feb 14
Sehr Richard Vaux, Powell, cleared.....'.....Dee 19
Sehr J Elliott, Gilchrist, cleared......Jen ll
BALTIMOKi. ' "
Bark Linds, Hewitt, cleared. .Feb 15
BrigMyronus, Higgins, cleared.......Feb 14
Sehr Daniel Chase, MitaheU, cleared....'. .Feb 15
Sehr Ida L Richardson, Bedel, sailed.Feb 14
Sehr G W Carpenter, Alexandria, cleared.Jan 29
Sehr E J Palmer, Palmor, sailed. .Feb 6
Sehr Addle M Bird, Merrin, up.Feb 15
Sehr Hannah Little, Little, up.Jan -
MUTUAL AID ASSO^TION,
HAYING ON HAND A LARGE SUPPLY OF READY
MADE CLOTHING, suitable for Gentlemen, La?
dies andChUdren, and being desirous of dUmlriiahlng our
Stock before the season advances too far, we would espe?
cially draw the attention of the publia towards the reduc?
tion which wIU be mode in our prices far the next two
or three weeks from date, - - .- . '.
Apply at the DETOSTTOBY,
January 29_' No. 17 Chalmers street.
THOMAS P. RYAN,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
HO. 1 COURT HOUSE SQUARE,
- NORTH SIDE.
February 7 _ 6n
DAVETA, YOUNG & MCKENZIE,
Uf KM COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos? 39 and 40 Part; Sow?
ISAAC DA VEGA, . J .
Q SO KGB B. YOUNG, J SSW SOBS,
3EBABD L. KoKEHZEB, J
HAYING SUCCEEDED TO THF Vii It SIGH OOLXJ i>
TICK BUSINESS of Messrs. BIRNEY, VWuT
TISH & FLANDERS, we will attend to tho ooHsstiis o'.
psst dna and matttriag claims throughout theUrduC
ates tai Canada. '
COMMISSIONERS VOM ALS. TUM STATUS.
THOS. R. ^G^SETwI
SSOSHOI AXB DXAXBB rsi
thu ?rsc?rles. Caerte? Vatua, ?ssw, cte.*
?M. 980sf SU ORSSNW10B-ST.. OOM. OWMUBOAT
gtsaanbsv :,- _, . . .
M, M. QUINN,
Wholesale & Retail Dealer?
NEWSPAPERS, ;STATIONEBY, JETO,
s?, ?8* Klia.lttHBBV,
JHARLBBTON, S- O.
The tatest bunas of the tr*? sit???? an butti,
Bubsaaptijcj. xatotred and Goods deUwrodoj 2?
Maota, by Uah car Expre?*.
AU OAsa OBD?ttt ma M vtcmtMVvx?Bomim
matQftgM ;. ..." ta
LIGHT ! LIGHT I ! LIGHT ! ! !
TUST RECEIVED A LARGE SUPPLY OP THE NON?
EXPLOSIVE FLUTD ; and this being the only (-ena?
no article for salo In tho city at Wholesale and Retail, an
?riv call ls requested by my friends and the public gon
-fally. E>. JACOBS,
No. 243 King street.
Successor to O. Davis b Co., Agent for tho Liquorino
riuid in the 8tate of South Carolina.
February 18 6
SPRING TRADE, 1867.
KO. 143 MEETING STREET,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
MARSHALL, BURGE & BOWEN,
WHOLESALE DEALERS DJ FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
\ DBI OOODs, '
I NVITE THE ATTENTION OF ? MERCHANTS TO
J_ their Stock, which is entirely new, carefully selected,
md will bo sold at a small advance on first cost, for cash
Dr short timo approved paper.
. E. W. MARSHALL.
. .W.T. BURGE
February 13 2mos_ O. A. BOWEN._
AN ASSORTMENT OF "SEAMLESS" KID GLOVES,
just received by
J. R. READ & CO.,
TEMPORARILY LOCATED AT C. H. JOHNSTON'S
STORE, No. 269 KING, OPPOSITE KASEL STREET.
BRITISH WOOLLEN CLOTHS,
DIRECT FROM TOE LOOM.
rfTHE UNDERSIGNED HAS JUST RECEIVED TN
A. bond about 3000 yards TWILLED MELTONS, fine
goods; also, various qualities of CONFEDERATE GREY
CLOTBVall of which ?W be sold or bartcredfor wool.
HENRY TRENCHARD, Exchange street,
January 8 tuths2mo Charleston, S. C.
JAMES M'CARE?'S SOAP FACTORY,
No. 729 street, above Line,
"OTAVE ALWAYS ON IL-ND, FOB SALE,
JIL HIDES, KIP,
SHEEP, . GOAT,
Dealers will do well to call upon us before making pur- |
chases. Have ulways a large assortment of tho above on
Orders left at MOSES GOLDSMITH A SON, No. 4 Ven?
due Range, or at M. STOREN A CO.'S will be proronptly
December 13 .- *thm8mos
SUPERFINE, SPORTING, AND
ALL OTHER KINDS.
TTUNE GRAIN FOR SPORTING, TN CANISTERS,
r pound papers, and 6% fi), kegs. Coarser grain ex?
pressly for Water Fowl shooting, in canisters, 6>j, and
12 M lb. kegs.
Gunpowder of superior quality, F. FF, and HHF,
glazed and rough, in 25, 12 K. and 6? lb. kegs.
AU kinds of Gunpowder of superior quality.
Having accepted the agency of the above old and well
known manufacturera,-1 am prepared to nil all orders to
the trad?, and will always have a tull stock on hand,
which will daily-bo delivered to any part of the city.
J. N. ROBSON,
January 31 . thstn3mo ~ No. 62 East Bay.
A. S. MUSITAS,
PAINTS, OILS, GLASS, PUTTY. ETC., READY-MIXED
PAINTS, TN QUANTITIES TO SUIT
No. 174 East Bay.
HOUSE, SIGN, SC-P AND ORNAMENTAL PAINT?
ING, Gilding, Graining, Imitations of Wood, Mar?
ule, and sB other- work appertaining to the trade, exe?
cuted-- a neat and workmanlike manner, by
A. 8- FRET-AS,
No. 174 East Bay.
October 25 thstuemo
SOITHERN EXPRES C0MPM?
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the safe
Transmission of' Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOB AND DELIVER FBEIGHl
* TO .ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLANT, President,
April 10_|i_Augusta, Ga.
AT THE FOOT OF BLAYNE AND PLNCKNEY ST8.
ETER NO. 1 HAR BEEN THOUROUGHLY REBUILT,
and is now greatly improved by the addition of a
shed 200 feet long, which offer? advantages in landing and
receiving cargoes. The screw steamships of tho "Rain?
more ana Char lesion Railroad end Steamship Company"
land their cargoes here.
Piers Nos. 2 and 3 embrace a large water front avail?
able fcc shipping;. The proximity of these docks to the
Dry Dock renders them convenient far vessels needing
Upon the premises are desirable locations for coal de?
pots, wcodyards, Ac, to be rented.
- COURTENAY & TRENHOLM,
November 22 thm3mo Lessees.
rWVkXm DELICIOUS TONIO,. ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
X for the use of the
Medical Profession and the Family,
is now endorsed by ail the prominent Physicians, Chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, as posses-lng all those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic) ' which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
We trust that our established reputation-ibunded
upon eighty-eight years of fiTrmrfrmm nb^^mtly vin.
dicates our claims to public confidence, and" guaran?
tees the excellence of thia Standard Article.
Put np in cases containing one dozen bottles each and
sold by all promment Druggists, Grocers, Ac
( A. M. BLNTNGEE A CO,
[Established 1778.] Sole Importers,
Na 16 Beaver street, New York.
Opinions of the Presa'.
The Bmmgers, No. 15 Beaver street, have . very high
reputation to sustain, aa the oldest and best noose -
New York.-Home Journal.
The house af A. M. Bininger & Co., Na 15 Beaver
street, han sustained, for a period of edgb'-.v years, a r?pu?
tation that m.- well be envteeW? F. Moating Pott.
GOOD?&ICH; WTNEMAN & co.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Ch-rlastou HotaL
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO K~}? dc CAS8XD1ST,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, 8. C.
January 29 taths Brno
W??JJAM H. TOLAND & SON,
Real Estate Agents, Auctioneers
? ABD .
OFFICE NO. S3 HAYNE STREET..
September 3 ..
?ATEAN M. CE AFEE,
Ho. 70 Msarfcot st^ north side, eas? of Meeting.
TOWELLINGS FITTED UP WITH HOT AND COLD
^ WATEB, wita tn modern tarprovements. Work
warranted, and charges rea wm able.
Ateo on hand a large assortment of CISTERN ?nd
WELL PUMPS, which ore offered cheap. ^
February 18 ratha
ELDEE & BSOWff,
MANUFACTURERS AND PA'TBNT
EES of the cofebrated COMBINATION
CRADLE AN? BABY TENDERTPTO
IseUlne Horses, and all kinds of jBcek
r isMsWTs^X.-snd.slHgto wheels, from ?8 to ?40;
Chltdns's Carriages, Faner and Varnished Wagons.
Propel tera aaa SHag Rockers, ira, Ac-, llfa-slxo Bor sss,
DesrL Ho. ?89 BROADWAY. Manufactory. Nee. 449.
: Oak*s??;. T , ., . .natali?..,
DRUBS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
"18 years established in H. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
'.Hot dangerous to tho Haman Family."
"Bats come out of their boles to dio."
RAT, ROAM, ETt, EXTERMINATORS,
Ia a paste-used for Rats, Mice, Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, tic., icc.
"Costar's" Bed-Bug Exterminator,
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventivo for Bcd-Bugs, tic
Costar's Electric Powder for Insects I
Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
Insects on Plants, Fowls. Animals, tzc.
OS- III BEWAB.C 1 I 1 of all worthless imitations.'
4S~ See that "COSTAK'H" name is on each Box, Bottle,
and Flask, before you buy.
HENRY R. COSTAR,
Mo. 484 BBOADWAY, N. Y.
OS- Sold in Charleston, S. C., by
DOWTE St MOISE.
No. 1S7 MEETING STREET.
' OppoRite Charleston Hotel.
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN, No. 354 King-street.
And all Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
BARNES. WARD & CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale agents for the Southern ?tate?.
FOR CUTS. BURNS, BRUISES. WOUNDS, BOLLS. CAN?
CERS, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind
and Painful Piles; Scrofulous, Putrid and Ill-conditioned
:Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutane?
ous Affections, Ringworm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chil?
blains, tzc; Chapped Hands, Lips, tic; Bites of Spiders,
Insects, Animals, tzc, icc
1 as~ Boxes, 35 cte.; 50 cts. and $1 sizes.
49- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
OS~ And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y.
OS- And by DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD & CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States,
?^FOR CORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, 4c
OSkT" R?xes. 25 cts., 50 cts. and SI sizes. ,
OS- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
49- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad
i wav, N. Y.
?3-And by DOWDS & MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
Da. P. MELVIN COHEN;
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD tc CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesalo Agents for the Southern States.
I BITTER-SWEET MD ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOR BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove Freckles,
Pimples, Eruptions, icc
Ladles arc now using lt in preference to all others.
SST Bottles, ?L
OST Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
OS- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot Na 484 Broad?
SST And by- DOWIE ic MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET.
Opposite Charleston HoteL
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD it CO.,
Now Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
FOR COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, SORE
THROAT, Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
Consumption, Bronchial Affections, and all Diseases ol
the Throat and Lungs.
OS~ Bottles, 25 cts., 50 cts. and il sizes.
49* Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
OS- And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y.
?49" And by DOWTE ic MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
. Opposite Charleston HoteL
. . DB. P. MELVIN COHEN?
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD & CO..
New Orleans, La-,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
CBLEBR 4 IB!! )
A UNIVERSAL DINNER FILL,
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness. Indiges?
tion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation, Diarrheas,
Colics, Chills. Fevers, and general derangement of the
. 49- Boxeo, 25 cts., 60 cts. and tl sizes.
49- Sold by an Druggists everywht.*e.
49* And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, H. Y.
49" And by DOWTE ie MOISE.
No. 167 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
i -. '- No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. a
BARNES, WARD ic CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
i Wholesale Attent?ter the Southern stries.
December ai 3m os
For the Handkerchief.
A HOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Rare and
Beautiful flower tram which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BT PHALON & SON,
BE WABE OF COUNTERFEITS.
? ASK FOR PHALOM'lS-TAKE NO OTHER..
? Vi Sold by Druggiate generally, and
Sold st Wholesale by
j GOODRICH, WINEMAN 4 CO.
! Jsnosryai v_:_mthlyr
; ?. M. WMi'X'l^Gr,
CQBO?SEE AND HAGI&TBATE,
HAS BEHOVED HIS COTICE FROM. CHALMERS
street to Na 83 CHURCH STREET, ouc door
aorta ct Broad street. Augusta?
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Remedy
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BREAKS TIP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
Fountain Hood, and removes at onco all the wretchod
symptoms of this loathsomo malady, such os Pain in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of tho Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsivo Breath, Snapping Sounds in the
Ears, Absont-Mindcdness, Mental Depression, Dimness ol
Vision. Sore Throat. Backing Cough; restores tho sonso
of Tasto and Smell, and permanently cures tho disease in
all its typcB, forms and stains, with absoluto certainty.
This remedy and modo of treatment, like the disease
ls peculiar. In consists of tho inhalation of harmless li?
quids from the palm of the hand. Tho i inmediato -ellet
it affords is alono worth ton times the cost of the rem.
Norton'. Now Pamphlet on Catarrh is out. Informa?
tion nover before published. Call at our nearest Agency
or send a stamp for it.
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street
Drs. RAOUL & LYN AH,
November 1 thstuCmo Agent for Charlestou.
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
THIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE?
SCRIPTION of ono of tho best female physicians and
nurses in the United States, and has been used for thirty
years with never-failing safety and success by millions of
mothers for their children.
St not onlyrelioves the child from pain, but invigorates
tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
and energy to the whole system.
It will almost instantly relieve
O RIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND-COLIC.
We believe it is the best and surest remedy in the
world, in all cases of DYSENTERY and DIARRHOEA in
children, whether it arises from Teething, or from any
Be sure ana ask for
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
Having the fae simile of CURTIS A PERKINS on the
ALL OTHERS ARE BASE IMITATIONS.
For sale by 'the Wh ol sale Agents,
HOWIE & MOISE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
February 16 stuthlmo
THE GUELA T
Cares all diseases caused by
self-abuse, viz :- Spermator
rhea. Seminal - Weakness,
uVight - Emission*, Lort* of
I Memory, Universal Lassi?
tude, Pain* in til* Back, Dim
-ness cf Vision, Prematura
! Old Age, Weak Nerves, Diffl
\cull Breathing, Pale Counte
' nance, Insanity, Consump?
tion, and all diseases that fol?
low as a sequence* of youthful indiscretions.
The Cherokee Caro will restore health and vigor,
stop the emissions, and effect a permanent caro
after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
page pamphlet sent in a scaled envelope, free to any
Price $2 per bottle, or threo bottles for $5. Sold
by all druggists ; or will be Bent by express to any
portion or the world, on receipt of price, by the
Dr. W. R. MERWIN, 37 Walker St., N. T.
Cures all Urinary Com?
plaints, viz: Gravel. Inflam?
mation of the Bladder and
'Kidneys, Retention cf
Urine, Strictures of th*
Urethra, Dropsical Swell?
ings, Brick Dust Deposits,
and all diseases that require
a diuretic, and when used in
conjunction with the
does not fall to cure Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu?
cous Discharges in Malo or Female, curing recent
eases in from one to three days, and is especially
recommended in those coses ot Fluor Albus or
Whites in Females. The two medicines used in
conjunction will not fall to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and in those casca where other medicines
have been used wimont success.
Price, Remedy, One Bottle, ?2, Three Bottles, $5.
i " r- Injection, " " ?2, " u $0.
The Cherokee " Cure,'" "Remedy," and "Injec?
tion" are to be found in all well regulated drug
stores, and aro recommended by physicians and
druggists all over the world, for their intrinsic worth
and merit. Soma unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap and
worthless compounds,-in order to mako money
In place of these. Be not deceived. If the drug?
gists will not bny them for ye;:, witto to us, and we
will send them to you by express, securely packed
and free from observation. Wo treat all diseases to
which the human system is subject, and will be
pleased to receive full and explicit statements from
those who have failed to receive relief heretofore.
Ladles or gentlemen can address us in perfect con?
fidence. We desire to send our thirty-two paso
pamphlet free to every lady and gentleman in the
land. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
or advice, to the sole proprietor,
? Dr. W. R. MERWIN, 37 Walker St.. N. Y.
May 24 thstnlyr
?-THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS is without precedent In the history 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
thia. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Callaaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion. Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Oloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Ile 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 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 overcame effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Latter of Bev. E. F. CEASE, Chaplain of the 107th New
NBAS AoojUiA CRXEK. March 4th, 1863.
Owingtto the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after the battle of Antietam, I waa utterly prostrat?
ed, and very slek. My stomach would not retain medi?
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr, DKAXX, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gove me Immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
me to join my regiment. . * . . I have since seen
them used in many eases, and sm free to say, for hos?
pital er private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Bev. E. 7. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from tba Bev. N. E. Gnni, St. Claireville, Fa.
GurrUDODi :-You were Und enough, on s ?rmer oc?
casion, to und me s half dozzen bottles of Plan ta ti rm
Ritter,; for $3 CO. My wife having derived ao macn
benefit from the nae of these Bitters, I desire .or to
continue them, and you wUl please send tu OI hot tl?*
more for the money enclosed.
I am, very truly, yo-rs,
5. E. GILD-a, Pastor Ger. Bet Church,
BauosnV HOKE, Ern-aus-ni ..DEBT'S Omas, )
CrKCrmtAxi. O mo. Je'.u 15th, 1883. J
I have given your Plantation Bi? irs to hundreds af
?ur noble soldiers who stop here, MOTO ar less disabled
from various causes, and the sheet la marvellous and
Buch s preparation as this is I heartily wish In every
family, In-every hospital, and st hand en every battle
field. a. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. GmLDB, Surgeon of the Tenth Tennent Re?
giment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They ?re the most effective, per?
fect, end harmless tonio I aver used."
WcLiiBD'i HOTEL, J
WASSTBOTOB. D. a, May 33d, 1843. J
?GESTLUCE!? :-We require another supply of your
plantation Bitters, the popularity o whian dalry tn
asases with the guests of our hoot?.
SYKES, CHADWICK A OO,
Ac. ssc, bc. Aa Ac.
Be sure that every bottle bean tbs of oar
signatura on ? steel plate label, with our private stamp
over the cork.
P. H. DRAKE ft CO,
No. 903 BROADWAY, H. Y.
Sold by all respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, and country Hoteutd caira.
A oril lt tbetWtwr
KS WEEKLY, IS ISSUED EVERY THURS
7, at S3 a year, in advance. Advertisement
it usual rates.
G. E. ELFORD, I
Nowmbor 15 fl. St TOWNES, f M"4**
JV ST RECEIVED,
i Large and carefully selected Stock
WHICH IS OFFERED TO THE PUBLIC
AT REDUCED PRICES.
3UR MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS AUF. IMPORT?
ED directly from Manufactories, under lite BUpor
talon of eiiierionced Chemists, which enables us to n:
oimueud tuena OB pure and reliable in strength.
We keep ou band ?ll orticlcs to bc found i a a first-class
?rug Store. Frosh additions are received by uvery
US' PRESUMPTIONS carefully put up.
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
_ "_ North ol' Market.
5. H. KELLERS, M. I'.H. BAER, M. D.
n?E BEST BMC NOW IN ESE !
November 27 lvr
MAIVUOOD ANI> THE VUiOil OF YOUTH
restored iu foin: weeli?, by Dr. ItlCOIOVS ESSENCE
OF LIFE Dr. Iticord (of Pans), after years ol earcstso
Uciration, has at length acceded to thc earnest requests
of tho American public, an i appointed au Anent iu New
York for Um salo ol' his valued and Iii 'hly-prizVd Essence
of Life. Ulis wonderful agent win restore manhood t(i
tho moBt chattered constitutions, whether arising from
excesses, tho effects of climate, or natural causes, 'the
time required to cure thc most inveterate eas.; is four
weeks; anil if used according to printed instructions,
which arc very simple, failure is impossible. This life
restoring remedy should bo takeu by all about tu marry,
as its offecls aro permanent. It is acknowledged by thu
medical press to be the greatest discovery ever made.
Its developing powers aro miraculous. Success in every
caso ts aa cortain as that science overthrows ignorance.
Dr. Ricord's Essence of Life is sold in cases, with full in?
structions for use, at S3, or four quantities in one for $!),
and will bo sent to any par!, carefully packed, on receipt
of remittance to his accredited agent"
March 23 ly No. 31 Liberty street. Now York.
A FEW WORDS OF COMMON
How few there aro who aro not subject to some affection
of the lungs or respiratory organs, who, by neglecting
premonitory symptoms, aggravate the complaint, until
disease strikes its shafts, causing inexpressible torturo
of the patient, and anxiety and distress to friends. "Only
acoldl" "A. slight sore throat!" is thc UI-JUCMH remarie
of many vrhen so affected. Yes ; "Only u cold," wns tho
thoughtless expression of thousands whom Dcalb has
marked for his prey.
Forewarned-Forearmed 1 should bc the motto forever
in the minds of all subject to Conchs, Colds, Catarrh, or
Influenza. Words of advico should be heeded by all suf?
fering from Asthma. Bronchitis, Consumption. Relief is
within their reach; and, if neglected, fatal consequences
ensue-a life of misery-a daily, hourly struggle for ex?
istence. A contest in which there can be but one victor
Docs it not appal the strongest mind, to think of the
result caused by neglect? Then why delay? What ex?
cuse can bo offered, whou timely warning ia sounded Iii
your ears? When the danger is pointed out. whynot
avoid lt? MABSUEN'S PECTORAL BALM has been used
with success in nearly a million of cases, and is endorsed
by the Medical Faculty as thc most t rompt and effica?
cious remedy that scientific researju has discovered, to
relieve and cure all cases of Co icrhs, Colds, Influenza,
and Consumption, if tho case is not beyond all hope.
Even when the sufferer is i.i the last stages, he will lind
relief by using this prepiration. One bottle will con?
vince the mostincredulotis, that the merits of this prepa?
ration are by no means exaggerated; in fact, fall far short
of tho eulogies bestowed upon it by thousands who have
been cured by its timely use. A guarantee accompanies
each bottle and dealers aro instructed in every instance
to refund the money when this preparation fails to re?
Prepared by T. W. MARSDEN, No. 4H7 Broadway, New
Price, GO cents smaU bottle; SI large size.
GOODRICH, WISEMAN & CO.,
And DOWIE iz MOISE,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston.
And by ail Retail Druggists.
December 4 3mo
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER,
npHE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
I be unequalled by that of any other in tho far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Its virtues are such aa have secured
lt the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess?
ing, as it does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston, S. C. :
PHILADELPHIA, November 15, 18C5.
I have been for a year or more past in tho habit of
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during tho great portion of my invalid lite
to use the different waters of the several fountains which
boil up along that remarkable valley; dependent, indeed,
upon them tor much of the comfort I enjoy, I am satis?
fied that the Excelsior Water is as well adapted us any
other among; them, if not moro eo, to the purposes for
which they are generally employed, lt is very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively and.
sparkling. ? * * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to all who need a gentle cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON. M. D.
The Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, and
packed tn good order for shipping. Pints in boxes ot
j four dozen each, and Quarts in boxes of two dozen each,
SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO..
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
No. 153 MEETING STREET.
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
t Opposite Charleston Hotel.
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 Gmo
KRAUSHAAR. & CO,
sax MOOT mrnovrn
S BAND AND SQUARE
Pull Iron Frame and Overstrung Eas?,
MANUPAOTOKT AND WAREHOUSE
Go. 19 . West Houston-street. Ho. I*
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
"PHE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM 0?
A. KRAUSHAAR & CO., are practical Piano makers,
sod is tuon have had a large experience In connection
sith some o: the best Establishments in this conney
sod Europa. Their llanos are made not merely In
teem, butty them, si d under th slr immediate per nen? I
s aperv?don, ?nd they allow no instruments to leave the!?
factory and pass into the hands of their patrons, nniess.
t ney have I power, evenitoss, firmness and roundness ol
tune, an elasticity of touch- without which no lnatrn.
nest ought to be satisfactory to the public-aa well a
that curability tn construction, which enables lt to re?
main in tu .> and to withstand sudden changes of teat.
taratan and ?xpoeure to extrema neat and cold, which
are sometimes unavoidable.
They will at all times be happy to nee tbs profession
ae? tbs publie at their Warerooms, and invite oomparl.
son between their own Pianos and those ol soy otha
ANTON KRAUSHAAR,.TOBIAS KAW
QHARLB8 3. SOHONEMANN.
GEOEGE STECK & CO,
HAS TBS UNPRECEDENTED TRIUMPH TO BE
AWARDED TWO PRIZES AT ONCE,
THE ?OLD AND SILVER MEDAL,
tithe Fair of the American Institute, Oct. IS'-6 (being
tba very litest date), for General Superiority of their
I ??RAND AND SQUARE PIANOS.
First premium received over all competition, wt en
' and wherever exhibited.
rriHRSE PIANOS SAVE RECEIVED THE HIGHEST
I X recommendations from the toil owing a? ?tlngnigb
ed Artistes ind Performers :-_
THEODOR! THOMAS. F. VOS BBEUNXNG
GEO. W. HORGAN, THEO. MOELING,
W. MA80S, CHARLES WELS,
HENRY a TIMM, WM. PECHER,
J. H. PATTISON, O ASL AN80HUTZ,
THEODORS HAGEN, JUL. SC HUBERTE,
GEORGS MATTE*, A. PAUB,
FR. BRAUDELS, Wis. BERGE
MAX MARHTZEK, A. DAVIS.
8. **. MILLS, O. DEMUTH,
CARL WOLFSOHN. OHAS. FR ADEL,
CARL BEE3MANN, H. PERA KEAN,
Piesse sena Sor Hm drated Circulars.
WAREKOOHB Ka lil ?ra ST., NEAR BROADWAY. I
OPPOSITE CLINTON, HALL.
f Augustas thrtattao