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BATTJKDA? MOBNTNG, MABCH 2, 18C7.
I dream a Dream by day and night,
A dream of mlnglod dark and light ;
A dream of bitter and of sweet,
Of Arctic cold and Torrid heat.
Of wintry blast and nummery calm.
And piercing pain and soothing bahn,
Of changeful hope and tutting fear
AU for at timos, and sometimes near.
And of this Dream that I BO dream.
Myself the vision's self I seem ;
And in that sceming's solf I see
The dark, and cold, and pain are mo ;
And in that seeming's son" is shown
The bitter, also, as mine own ;
And longing for myself complote.
Tn chase I hold the wann and sweet.
The warm and sweet that know no cold.
But are irradiate Uko gold ;
That wear no aspect caught of pain.
But have with joy forever lain ;
That hold in darkness no degree,
But aro as sunahino fair and free;
?Whom I would minglo with for aye,
0 warm and sweet t that ever fly 1
That ever smile, and ever fly
Into the blessed By-and-by ;
Where neither darkness, cold, nor pain,
Nor bitterness, nor fear remain ;
Whore hope is constant, constant bliss,
Just into that world out of this ;
1 my completeness will complote,
And clasp and hold my warm and sweet 1
W. A. KENDALL.
PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL.
! - THLBT Y-FIFTH BEGULAB BESETING.
Gormen. CHAMBEE, February 26,1867.
Present-The Mayor, and Aldermen Ravenel,
Wrogg, Gerdts, Small, O'Neill, Willis, 6toinmeyer,
Olney, Oakes, Honour, Marshall, Euston, Wliilden.
Cosgrove, Earle, Courtenay and Pringlo-?18.
Tue minutes of the last meeting wero read and
confirmed, and the following matters disposed of :
Applications for licenses and transfers of licenses
from S. 0. Black, Jos.' H. Oppenheim, agont, JOB.
E. Meyer & Co. Beferred to Cc-vmitteo on Li?
Application of Jos. T. Lee, ... oinistrator of Es?
tate of Lawrence Loo, for renewal of certificate of
City Stock.. Granted.
Petition of W. M. Bouse for compensation ns
Keeper of St, Michael's Clock in the month of Feb?
ruary. 1865. Beferred to Committee on Accounts.
Petition of C. M. Bessellieu, Keeper ot tho Tidal
Drains, praying that his horse bo fed at the ex?
pense of the city. Granted.
" Petition of Trout & Amsbury for permission to
burn lime on tho site of tho old Cannonboro' Mills.
Beferred to Aldermen of Ward No. 6.
Petition of owners of houses and residents of
Glebe street, praying that tho lamps in said street
be ht. Beferred to the Committee on Lighting tho
Communication from tho Commissioners of thc
Alms House, renewing their application for au ap?
propriation of money to repair tho Alms House.
The following communication of the Trasteos of
the Boper Hospital was received as information:
CHARLESTOS, February 18th, 18C7.
To Hi* Honor thc Mayor and Gentlemen of the City Council.
GENTLEMEN :-At a meeting of the Board ol' Trustees
of the Boper Hospital, held on tho 16th inst, thc follow?
ing resolution was uonimoualy passed by the Board, and
tho Chairman was requested to forward the same to the
Board of Aldermen. Dnder the By-Laws of the Institu?
tion, patients will be received for treatment upon a writ?
ten oroer from thc Mayor or from any member of thu
Board of Commissioners for the Poor.
Baoleed, "That thc Board of Trustees of the Boper
Hospital respectfully declino accepting the resolution of
the City Council, adopted February 12th, 1867, as con?
flicting with existing By-Laws of the Hospital, and hostile
to inst claims which the Board of Trustees have upon
tho City Council through existing contracts between the
City Council and the Medical Society."
Tours, with much respect,
J. J. CHISOLM, M. D.,
Chairman of Board.
Notice of Jno. G. Itgen of bis intention to put up
a wooden building on bis lot, Trodd street, oppo?
site Ziimebouse streot, the roof to be covered with
tin. Also, of Bobert Howard and others of th cir
intention to"erect a houso of worship on George
street, ?tc. Beferred to Committee on Brick aud
The following accounts wero referred to the
Committee on Accounts-Wm. Johnson, $11; W.
W. Sale, $186; Orphan House, $2,456.33; Alms
Alderman Bavenel modo the following report,
which was adopted:
The Committee of Ways and Means, to whom was re?
ferred the petition of Marx E. Cohen, Esq.., praying
fox a reduction 1er tho assessment of his property on
Ashley street, respectfully report that they see no causo
for any change, and recommend that the petition be not
granted. WILLIAM BAVENEL.
E. W. MARSHALL.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
. Z.B. OAKES.
Alderman Steinmeyer mode tho following report,
which waa adopted :
On the applications of J. Owens, W. H. H. Pierce,
Hugh Farrelly and John Sherry, each; for a Junk-shop
License, the Committee on Licenses 'report favorably,
the sureties of the samo being approved. Also on the
application of John Branigan for a license to peddle.
. JOHN H. STEIN MEYER,
Z. B. OAKES.
Alderman Gerdts made tho following report,
which was adopted :
The Committee on Streets, to whom has b?en?referrcd
the p?tition of the President of the Charleston Railway
Company, "asking permission of Council to be allowed
to have their road extended on East Bay, from Broad
street to East Bay Battery," beg leave to report : That
they are of the opinion that Meeting street ia the most
desirable one for the convenience of the pubUc, and as a
petition has been, sent in from a number of citizens who
are Interested in that portion of East Bay, and who are
opposed to the measure, the Committee recommend that
the some be not granted. H. GERDTS.
Z. B. OAKES.
JAMES H. ^ RINGLE,
f Alderman Honour made the following report,
which was adopted :
The Committee on Relier, to which waa referred the pe?
tition of Mrs. Catharine Freon, stating that her husband
was accidentally killed in December last, and asking for
relief, respectfully report that there is no fund at the
disposal of Council for purposes of charity, and the only
relief in their power to give to the Indigent, is through
tho established institutions of the city, to which the ap?
plicant ls referred. J. H. HONOUR,
S. G. COURTENAY.
Alderman Honour made the following report,
which was unanimously adopted by ail -the mem?
bers present on the ayes and nays being token
ayes, 18: noys, none.
The Aldermen of Words No. 6 ad 7, to whom waa re?
ferred the propriety of opening South street, respectfully
recommend that South street be opened from Hanover
to America street, and that his Honor the Mayor be re?
quested to take the necessary measures for having it
done, in accordance with the Act of the General Assem?
bly in such case made and provided.
J. H. HONOUR.
Z. B. OAKES.
' E.D. EN8TON.
Alderman Olney made the following report,
which was adopted : -
The Committee on Accounts beg to report: That they
have examined the foUowing bills, which they find cor?
rect and recommend they be ordered for payment, viz:
BUT Lunatic Asylum:..5L91L37
Sundry hills Gas Light Company.. 2,287.17
H. B. OLNEY.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
The Mayor made the following report, which was
concurred in :
The Mayor and Aldermen, Trustees of the College of
Charleston, to whom was referred the communication of
Mr. Daniel Ravenel, President of tho Board of Trust?es,
beg to report : That In relation to the expediency of
effecting insurance on the Library and on the College
Buildings, they folly agree with the President of. Trus?
tees, and recommend that the same be done. With re?
gard to the system of permanent insurance suggested in
said communication, the Committee deem it inexpedient
at this time, and recommend that insurance be effected
In relation to the application for provision to support a
Professorship of Modern Languages, tho Committee be?
hove that the advantages to be derived, in the promotion
ot education, by such provision on the part of this body,
wiU be too apparent to all to require any argument, and
gives notice of their Intention to offer a BUL appropriat?
ing $2000 per annum for tho some, which notice they ask
may be considered its first reading. -
P. C. GATT T.*, RD, Mayor.
. , , . ' . J. H. HONOUR. ';
. : A . WTLLIAM-RAVENEL.
WM. T. WRAGG,.
The following Bill was taken up for its second
reading and passed. The Bill waa taken up for a
-' third reading,. which it received and passed, and
title changed to Ordinance. The Bill was ordered
to be engrossed for ratification at next meeting:
A BILL TO BSGTJLATB TUE CONSTItUCTTNG ANT? .RUNNING OF
FAssaaexB ANO FREIGHT BATLWAXS nv THE orrs OF
CHARLESTON, 8. C, AND tSBS iU USES.
REC L Be it ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen of the
City of Charlatan, in City Council assembled, That when?
ever hereafter any company or corporation shall desire
to construct a railway for the conveyance of goods or
passengers along any of the streets of this city, they ?hall
be required to petition the corporate authorities for tl ie
privilege, stating the streets along which they desire to
build such road, and the points between which they de?
sire to bnfld the same.
SEO. 2. That whenever permission shall have been ob?
tained, the company or corporation shaU proceed to lay
the track along such parts of such streets os this body
sholl direct, complying with surveys, regulations and
gradients that are now, or hereafter may be, adopted by
the city, and ahaU use such rans as the company and cor?
porate, authorities may determine upon, and shan so lay
the same oe to furnish no greater obstruction than ls
necessary_to the free use and enjoyment of the street:
and thatthe guage of aaid track or tracks ahaU be such as
the company and corporate authorities may determine
upon, and that no cars shan be run on said track or tracks
S01 ?eyJt?TeJ!?!d ln 018 Clerk's Office a certificate
ftara Ute City Engineer that on of the ordinances and
regulations of Council have been complied with. The
outs, drams, ?c., which .the track or tracks cross." navtor.
orjnelHng the track between the ra?aT??dM?
icet, ant exceeding three, on each side of the track or
tracks ss may be, and at such a time os required bv th?
etty authorities; Provided, that aaid street or strcetehavo
been, or are about to be, paved by the corporate authori?
ties; sad should soy company or corporation violate any
of the provisions of this section, the company violating
the same shan be 'Kable to such penalties as the Move
may impose, not exceeding fifty dollars for each md
avery day they shan be proven to have violated the same
after due notice given by the City Inspector or Engineer'
Sac 3. Be it further ordained. That such company
shall employ competent, careful, sober and prudent dri?
vers, who ahaU not run tho oars at a speed greater than
six mues per hour, and shaU use aU exertions to avoid
ooIHslQTfs, giving due notice to the drivers of other vehi?
cles and foot passengers to prevent the same; and any
infraction of Una section shall be punished by a fine for
such a sum ss tho Mayor may Impose, not exceeding fifty
dollars. That tiny fine shan not exempt the company
from the penalties and respocsihmtfes of such violations
esr acta committed by the drivers, conductors or officials.
And it shaU be the duty of the drivers of aU vehicle? to
leave the track on the approach of the cars, and in no
Sunnecessarily obstruct the progress of tho same;
pay person violating ?ny part of this section shan be
ptrmihnn by a fine in each sums as the Mayor mav im?
pose, not exceeding fifty douars. 3
SEC L Rs t? further ordained. That said company or
companies shall uss no other motivo power, unless spe
daUy permitted, for the conveyance of passengers OT
- freight, than horses or mules; and that wheneverit shan
benecessary to attach two horse-, they shall be driven
BEC e. Be Ufurther ordained. That it shan be the dutv
of such company, if for psssengers, to run a car on week
day?, at least aa often a? every hour, from 7 A. M. to 9*
P. M., and oftener if required by the corporate authori?
ties, except on those routes which shall bo laid for ~>
ten trips only, ibexunnln? of which shan se decided
?nch cosauanlee until directed hy the comorot* au
'-10 change the name; and that they shall bo al
^on Sundays, only during the pleasure of
Council ; but thia section ebal] not be construed to pre?
vent trips during the wholo night, should thc company
BO dec Ire The said company shall bo governed in ita
charges for freight or passengers by tho corporate author?
ities whenever they lo iii- i'?o what thoso charges shotdd be.
SscjS lie Hfarthertw- lined. That every car on each
road'shall have tito 'number of tho car fainted on oach
ul lo in such manner and place as _ay <,_. j,_li?y seen;
and shall carry st night a Ump in trout and roar, with
the number thereon, and shall bo folly and properly
lighted Inside, and shall havo a printed copy of this Or?
dinance in some conspicuous place in each car, and shall
have a bell attached ts each horse, or bu Hubie- for tallare.
to comply with the samo to such penalty as tho Mayor
may .inpose, not exceeding llfty dollars.
SEC. ".Beit further ordained. That If any company
shall refuse or neglect lo run their car? aa provided by
this Ordinance, for a period of throe months, then thu
corporate authorities of this city may rent tho rood at
public outcry for account of the Company, for a period of
twelve mouthe ; and if the same be not runted, but shall
bo idle for a period of twelve months, thon thc said au?
thorities may lia.vc.tlio same token up, tho material sold
lo the highest bidder, and after deducting tho expense
of taking up thc road, soiling thc same, and repairing tho
streets, tho balance, if any, shall bo paid to thc legal
representatives of said company.
j SEC. 8. lie it f urtlirr ordained. That if any person shall
smoko in any car of any city railroad, or otherwlso in
any way improperly conduct himself or hersolf, he or Rho
Khali bc liable to ejectment from thc car, and to such a
tue as tlic Mayor may impose, not exceeding ten dol?
SEC. 9. Beit furtlier ordained. That it shall not bo law?
ful for any drivor or conductor of any car on the City
Railroads to stop their cars so os to obstruct tho street
intersecting tho line of the railroad, nor shall they ob?
struct tho foot crossings of tho street for any longer time
th m ls necessary tor tho landing and receiving of pas?
sengers ; but it shall be their duty to drive beyond tho
intersecting street as far as thc crossing beforo ?topping,
uuder Buch penalty as tho Mayor may ImooBO, notcx
cecdiug ten dollars.
SEC. 10. Be it further ordained. That no privilcgo or
outhoriiy herein granted shall bc so constroed os to in?
terfere with tho operations ortheJTirc Department of the
city ; but in all instances in case of fire tho .uso of thc
streets where railroad trucks oro laid sliaU bc subservi?
ent to tho necessities ol" tho Fire Department
SEC. ll. Be it further ordained. That the conductor
and driver ol' each car shall koep a vigilant watch ol' all
vohiclcs or persons on foot, especially childr- n, either on
tho track or moving towards it, and on tho first appear?
ance of danger to such vehicles or persons, tho car shall
bc stopped iu thc ?hortest timo possible ; and all foot
passengers aro hereby required to avoid obstruct-.".; tho
track by their persons or otherwiBO. The conductor shall
not under any circumstances allow ladies or children to
leave or enter the car while the same is in motion, und
?hall, when required, stop to allow any ou? to leave tho
car, and when not full, to stop for any passenger giving
the customary signal, if within a reasonable distance.
And lor tho violation of any portion of this section shall
be liable to such fine as may be imposed by the Mayor,
in bis discretion, not exceeding ten dollars.
SEC. 13. lie il furtlier ordained. That tho corporate au?
thorities reservo tho right to amond or alter thc forego?
ing Ordinanco whenever circumstances may require it ;
and that the gran ti og of tho privilege to any company to
construct a tract through any street is not exclusive,
and that tho city authorities may grant tho Borne right to
other companies through the same streets or thorough?
fares, if they deem it advisable, and this Ordinance shall
be binding on any company -ready in existence in tho
samo maimer as companies hereafter created.
Tho Mayor brought to the notice of Council thc
dilapidated condition of a portion of tho* wood
work in St. Michael's Stooplo, and recommended
that some repairs bo mado to the - simo, so ns to
ensure protection for tho steepleiuen who aro
placed thoro hy the city. He also asked that au?
thority bo given to thc City ?ogistrar to havo the
annual report of thc Health Depart mont printed in
pamphlet form, the cost nolto exceed two-hun?
Alderman Bavenel offered th., following resolu?
tion, which was adopted :
Resolved, That the Slayor be authorized to have- such
repairs done, to St Michael's Church steeple os, in his
judgment, may be necessary, if agreeable to tho Vestry
of, said Church.
Alderman Courtenay offered the following reso?
lution, which was adopted :
Resolved, That a committee of throe bs appointed by
bis Honor the Mayor to examino and report upon thc
present Condition of tho clock in St Hlchtrel's steeple;
what repairs are needed to ensure its correctness, and
the cost of the samo; and that the committee bo author?
ized to inquire and report to this Council tho cost of a
At this Btago .of proceedings, Aldorman Cos?
grove' presented a petition of sundry citizens, com?
plaining of tho Artesian AVcll water trough as a
nuisance, and praying for the removal of the same.
Referred to Aldermen of Ward No. 3.
Alderman Ravenol moved that tho annual re?
ports of tho City Registrar and of the Health De?
partment bo printed in pamphlet form, ot a cost
not to exceed two hundred dollars. Adopted.
Alderman-Honour presented the following "reso?
lutions, which were unanimously adopted : ;
Resolved, That tho City Council of Charloeton recog?
nize in the recent donation of Mr. George Peabody, to
ton of. the Southern States, tho spirit of a large, enlight?
ened, and disinterested philanthropy, which seeks to
afford relief whore relief ie needed, united with a delica?
cy in tho manner of its bestowal, which marks the gen?
tleman and the Christian.
Resolved, That Mr. Peabody is entitled to our warmest
thanks for his munificent liberality, and (hat we beg to
assure him that we appreciate a benevolence so rare; and
the moro especially do we desire to convoy to him bow
deeply sensible we arc of kindness, at a period when Hie
general indication of Northern feeling towards us seems
to be ono of persistent and unrelenting hostility; and,
that in an act conferring such substantial benefit, wo ac?
knowledge the existence of a sentiment which still re?
gards the Southern people as citizens of a common
Resolved, That the foregoing resolutions be entered in
the Journals of Council, bo published among its pro?
ceedings, and that the Mayor be requested to transmit a
copy to Mr. Peabody.
Alderman Whilden offered the following resolu?
tion as a snbstitute for the one offered at the last
meeting, which was adopted :
That the Committee of tho Alms Hons.] report to Coun?
cil what chongos arc necessary and advisable for the car?
rying out of thc ordinance establishing the Alma House.
Alderman Pringle, from the Committee cn En
"grossed Bills, reported as having been engrossed
by tho Clerk, an Ordinanco to establish and regu?
late tho office of City Civil Engineer. The Ordi?
nance was ratified in due form.
The Clerk was instructed to give notice of the
election of ? City Civil Engineer at the next meet?
ing of Council.
Adjourned. "W. H. SMITH,
Clerk bf Council.
Sew York Gossip.
The Now York correspondent of the Cincinnati
Commercial sends that paper the following :
I send you a literary curiosity. It is a list of
words in current uso," sentenced, by decision ol
good authority, to be expelled, and to winch
neither amnesty nor pardon can be granted.
The list in question forms a part of the lexico?
graphical code adopted by the editorial corps of a
leading New York daily, at whoso hoad presides a
literary illustration of national fame.
None of the expelled words are allowed to appear
in any article, editorial or contributed, of the daily
Tho list is the ascertained results of discussion
and careful examination as to the authorized use
of many words, which, although i-propoily ad?
mitted, have, through force of habit, come to be
looked upon as correct.
Here if is, verbatim el literatim, as I find it pro?
"A SPECIAL EDICT-OBEY.
"INDEX EXPOSOAT0BI?S-TEE DISUSED "WOSDS OP
THE ENGLISH TONQUE.
"No more of that, Hal., an' thon loveat me."
"Friend after friend departs;
Who hath not lost a friend ?"
"Tho' lost to sight, to memory dear."
"The words in the subjoined hst axe ignomini?
ously expelled from good society :
"1. Aspirant. 2. Authoress. 3. 'Being' done,
?sc. 4. hogus. 5. Bagging, for capturing. 6. Col?
lided. 7. Couple, for two. 8. Debut. 9. Employee.
10. 'Esqr.' ll. Indorse, for approvo. 12. Gents,
for gentlemen. 13. Hombug. 14. 'Hon.' 15; In?
augurated, for begun. 16. Initiated, for commenc?
ed. 17. In our midst. 18. Ignore. 19. Juvenile,
for boy. 20. Jubilant, for rejoicing. 21. Lady, fox
.wife. "22. Lengthy. 23. Loan or loaned,, for lend
or lent. 24. Located. 25. Measurably, for 'in' a
measure.' 26. Ovation. 27. Obituary. 28. Parties,
for persons. 29. Posted, for informed. 30. Poetess.
31. Portion, for part. 32. Predicate. 33. Progress?
ing. 34. Pants, for pantaloons. 35. Reliable. 36.
Repudiate, for rejec_or disown. S7. Bole, for part.
38. Secesh. 39. States, for says. 40. Taboo. 41.
Transpire, for occur. 42. To progress. 43.- Tapis.
44. Talented. 45. Tho deceased."
Number sj 4, 5 and 38 are merely slang, .and. en?
titled to no mercy. Nos. 12 and 28 aro 'English
coocknoyisms deserving, if possible, of loas.- Nos.
9. .1 and 21 aro expressions redolent of American
snobbishness, and should be duly snobbed. 30 to
6, should b<> added "Zologram." Bole and Em?
ployee are unnecessary French words for which we
have good and sufficient English equivalents.
Speaking of French, remindfc mo that nine ont ol
ten of our newspapers will persist in saying esprit
du corps, instead of esprit de corps; also, compag?
non du voyage. If tho phrase is to be used at all.
pray moke it compagnon de voyage. But it is not
so exceptional and peculiar a phrase as esprit de
corps, and is absurd in English. 'Ravelling com?
panion" expresses precisely the sumo thing.
On a first reading, there might be doubts as to
the propri?t? of expelling many of the remaining
words of the index; hut it will be found, I think,
on examination, that there is somo"well-founded
philological or philosophical objection to them.
. The alarming question, how is the compressed
circulation of Broadway to be relieved, appears to
be one of those problems that end hy solving-or
dissolving-themselves. Tho stream of fair walk?
ing or driving shoppers and promenaders long
since ceased to go below Canal street, and the
wholesale business now occupies all Broadway and
tho adjacent streets up to that'point' Stewart, at
the corner of Tenth, rapidly rtrew ofter him all
the leading retail houses, and now they manifest a
disposition to get beyond him into Union Square.
The lead of Duncan & Sons and tho Maison Doric
ia followed by others. Stevena & Co., and Muller
Bros. put out their griffins and signs. Arnold and
Constable bring their dry goods from Canal street
into one of the large Club houses, and Tiffany &
Co., "the great rivals of Ball & Black, are satisfied
with nothing less than the Church of the Puritans
foi their grand new palace for silver and jewelry.
And others will soon follow. Union Square will be
all stores within twelve months. Its size and form
fix ita perfect adaptability for those fashionable
establishments that receive a great deal of car?
riage company among their customers. The
stream of elegant commerce will thon, tend down
Fo'vrteentb. street and np Fifth avenue to Madison
S'jutu's. In less than five years there will, proba?
bly, net ?>? a private dwelling between Delmonico's
and Fifth Avnnne Hotel. Boarding houses, Milli?
ners, Tailors ,>.nd Photographers, have already
iavaded the exclusive reahn, and its doom is cer?
CHANGES OF FASHION IR PAWS_The Parie cor?
respondent of tho London fashion journal callod
tho ?u?en writes' that "the fashions ia Paris aro as?
suming much of tho Spanish character. MantiMes
are generally worn, and the latest introduction in
bonnets ie called Sevillana. It is s mont becoming
shape-square, like a Catalane-and is worn for?
ward on thojforehead. It is formed of lozenges of
[et, bordered^with lace, thickly worked with jet
beads, and fringed likewise with jet. This lace',
falls on the forehead, partially concealing lt ; ea?
sther piece o fl ace passes under tho chin enbenodon '
Euther velvet leaves, a small white rose, or cerise
carnation aro fastened at the side. Among the
aewest head-drosses is the arch-duchoss, compos
id of two rows of ribbon starred with pearls, one
row at the top of the forehead, and the other Et?
he commencement of the chignon, and- to'the htt
?r row & Souble scaff of"tulle illusion is attached.
This style of head-dress is made with diatoondand
ace for ? court toilet. The small wreath, called
Aignon, consisting of light foliage, with a- large
lagon fly on enamel placed at the sido, and witha
iprav of loaves falling over the left shoulder, it
utowise novel and becoming."
?;.>". [ ?O'" . ' -1-..,?'~
. On tho 14th February. 1867, by Rev. Oscar Little tc-, at
the residence of J.- T; Isbo'L Esq., Boniuol J. DouUiit,
Esq.. of Greenville, S. C.. and Miss Bettie A. Isbcll, of
Cumberland County, Virginia.
By Rev. J. M. Runion, on the 14th ultimo, Mr. Robert
?ti aud Misa raiza Freeman, ail of Oreen viii o Dis?
trict, 8. C.
By Rev. R. W. Brice, on the 9th October last. Rev. John
Hunter, of Mecklenburg, N. C.. and Miss Mary Ann,
daughter of Mr. Jones McDill, of Chester District, S. C.
By'the' same, on tho 22d November last. Mr. Thomas
Forbit and Miss Jane H. Cunikon, all of Chester District,
By the same, on tho 8th November last. Charles S.
Brice. Esq.. ?nd Miss Kate, daughter of the lotoDr. John
B. Gaston, all of Chester, s. C.
By tho same, on tho 18th December last. Mr. R. R.
Peoples, of Mecklenburg, N. C., and Miss Agnes A.,
daughter of Col. Joues McDill, of Chestor, 8. C.
On the 20th ultimo, by Rov. J. L. Smith, Mr. Gcorgo
W. Elvington to Mis? Elizabeth Hays, all of Marlon Dis?
On Thursday evening, tho 14th ultimo, at the Methodist
Church in Georgetown, by Rev. J. A. Porter, Beni. A.
Munnorlyn, Esq., t- Anna Janie, daughter Of Mrs. Jone T.
Wilson, all of Georgetown.
February Suth, 1807, by Rev. J. E. Dunlop. Copt. Thoa.
E. buuily to Miss Suo A. Brown, daughter of T. F. Brown,
Esq., of Marion District.
At Swansboro', N. C., on Wednesday, 20th inst., at the
residence of tho bride's father. Mr. Daniel L. Senn. Of
Columbia, to Misa?Moggio S. McLean, of the former
By E. WalL Esq., on tho 21st February, Mr. John T.
Camp, of Polk county, N. C., to Miss Margaret Clement,
of Spartanburg District.
By W. H. Bagwell, Esq., on the 17th ult, Mr. Jacob
Wages to Mrs. Mary Gross.
On Thnrsdiy evcnlug, 21st Fcb.,by tho Rev. J. P. Smelt,
zer, Mr. Ezekiel P. Mathews, of Edgefield, and Miss Edith
Langford, of Newberry.
On Tuesday morning, 6th ult. at Shelby, N. C., by
W. P. Love, Esq., Mr. I. Lafayette Nelson, of Spartan,
burg, S. C.. and Mrs. Sue Bradbury, of Newborn, N. C.
Ou the 7th ult/by Rov. J. W. Vandlvor, Mr. W. T.
danton and Miss Mary A. Seay, all of Spartanburg Dis?
On Thursday, tho 14tU ult., by Rev. R. J. Edwards,
Mr. L. H. Zimmerman to Miss Cornelia E. A., only
daughter of Stephen and Mary Brantlv, all of Orange
On tho 14th, at 10 o'clock. A.M., by Rov. W. P. Mouzon,
Mr, L. D. Bowie to Miss Mary Jane Russell, all of Abbe?
On Thursday, tho 14th ultimo, by Rev. Fletcher Smith,
Mr. William A. Lowery to Miss Mary E. Harbin, all of
At Hatnstcad. Austin county, Texas, on the 20th Jan?
uary last, by thc Rev. Dr. Manly, John W. Mood-/. Esq.,
formerly or Marion District 8. C.. to Mrs. Mary L. Lips?
By Rev. P. S. Jacobs, Mr. I. L. Gunhouso, of Cheater,
and Miss Mary Simmons, daughter of Mr. L. Simmons,
In Chester, on the 26th ult, at tho residence of Mr. P.
Nails, by Rev. s. Leard, Mr. R. W. Strieker and Miss
Sallie Farrar, all of Chester.
On the 14th ult, by Rev. S. L. Watson, Mr. Thomas M.
Baxter and Miss Margaret H. Barry, all of York District
On tho 12th ult, by J. D. P. OUrrence, Esq., Mr. Wm.
F. Fito, ot Gaston county, N. C., to Miss Margaret G.
Fito, of York District
. At the residence of the bride's father, en the 25th ult,'
by Rev. John W. Holly, W. B. Williams, Esq,, of York*
ville, and Miss Mary E., daughter of Dj. J. P.,Thomas, of
San Tuck, Union District, S. C. ( \ t* [ f
GOMMERCI?li. - 1
Tire Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DALLY NEWS, )
CHARLESTON, Friday Evening, Marchi. 1867. J
There was on active demand, and, with a light stock,
prices hardened about a half cent lb. ; eales. near 600
bales-say 23 at 23K ; 13 at 26 ; 9 at 27 ; 40 ot 28 ; ll at
28K ; 14at28>?; 28 at 28J.? ; 41 at 29 ,- 47 at 29 K ; 60 ot
29 % ; 135 ot 30 ; 27 at 30 >i, and 30 at 31c We quote :
; Ordinary.28 ?28K
Low Middling.29 @29X
Strict Middling.31 @
AUGUSTA, February 28.-FINANCIAL-Money market
quiet Gold-Brokers buying at 140 and selling at 142.
Silver buying at 130 and selling at 135. Securities of aU
COTTON.-There was a still better feeling in the market
to-day, and an advance of hdl lc within the last two
days. During the afternoon very little was sold, as buy?
ers and sellers coula ' not agree; owing to the stringent
prices demanded by sellers. From sales made we quote
strict middling 29, and good middling 30 cents. Favora?
ble Liverpool and Now York advices affected' the market.
Sales-of the day amounted-to 124 bales aa follows: 4 at27,
??1 at 27?, 2 at 28, 5 at 28 J?, ll at 28J?. 5 at 29, 3 at 29 >i,
25 at 29>i, 32 at 30, 7 at 30ii, and 3 bales fancy cotton at
31 cents. Receipts 131 bales.
SAVANNAH, February 28.-COTTON-The market to?
day opened with a light stock and an active demand, at
29?29>?c, closing firm ot30J?c The receipts of cotton at
this port for the week amount to 7147 bales, against 7360
for the previous week, showing a decrease of 213 boles.
Tho exports during tho same period were 4888 bales,
against 13,024 for the previous week-a decrease of 8136
bales. The stock on hand and on shipboard, not cleared,'
is 36,762 bales.
Stock on bond Sept 1.
Received since Feb. 21.
Exported since Feb. 21.
Stock on hand Feb. 28.,
- MOBILE. February 26.-COTTON.-The demand hos
been light to-day, and confined to three brokers. Sales
reached 500 boles, the market closing dull and drooping.
Sales madp on a basis of 29c for Miauling
Liverpool accounts are of a depressing character, quo?
tations (13%d) being barely maintained, and with very
MONETARY ANO FINANCIAL.-New York Sight has been
in good demand to-day, bnt the scarcity of bills offering i
has caused a general dullness in the market Bates are
stiff at fi discount buying commercial bills; checking %
Now Orleans Sight quiet at par to % discount . .
Gold continues unsettled, closing at 137 a 138. After I
the close. New York advices to 3.1S P M reporting an ad?
vance there to 139, caused dealers hero to advance their \
figures, but we heard of no sales. .
BALTIMORE, February 27. -OOTTON-Continuos dull
and prices unsettled, though the coble advices to-day
were much better and gold also higher. The only sale
reported -was a lot of low middling North Carolina at
2 8c. ; .middling was offered at 30c- without buyers, but
the largest holders have withdrawn their stocks from the
market - ? - *- -
COFFEE-The demand is still good for Bio, with salea
to-day of 1800 Bags, mostly out of Dauntless'and Elea?
nor's cargoes, at 125?al2??c f0r good In bond; we quote
prime held firm at 19019)^0. gold, duty paid. Stock of Rio
in first hands reduced to about 7000 bogs.
FLOUR.-Our market remains heavy in the absence of
demand for. export, and also more limited home wants,
and j to effect salea concessions have to be made to
buyers. Several days since, but not before reported,
sales of several thousand bbl? City Mills Spilng Wheat
Extra were efiected, but the terms not given, though un?
derstood below' those current To-day we notice sales
of 800 bbla -Northwestern Extra, as to character, from
$10 25 to S12, the latter for very choice. We repeat quo?
tations, though nominal, viz' :
Howard-street Super.ana Cut Extra.. .$10 25 @$11 00
Howard-street Shipping Extra........ 12 50 (co 13 00
Howard-etreei High Grades. 13 00 @ 14 37
Howard-street Family. 14 00 @ 16 00
Ohio Super and, Cut Extra. 10 25 @ 10 75
Ohio Extra Shipping. 00 00 0 00 00
Ohio retailing..............00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Faintly:... 13 25 @ IS 50.
Northwestern Super. 9 60 @ 10 25
Northwestern Extra.....ll 00 @ 12 00
City Mills Super.-.._............ 10 00 @ ll 60
City Milla, Standard Extra.ll 25 @ ll 50
City Mills Shipping brands Extra..... 14 60 @ 16 00
Baltimore, Welch's & Greenfield Fomy 17 50 @ 00 00
Baltimnra.high grade Extra.. 16 75 @ 00 00
Rye Flour, new_. 6 76 @ 7 25
Corn MeaL Caty Mills. 4 60 1? 4 75
GRAIN-The market ls dull for Pennsylvania Wheat ot
$2 65a2 75, offerings light; we have only to notice to-day
a sale 01320 bushels choic- Maryland red at $3 20. Com
6200 bushs white and 7000 bushs yellow reoeivtd; de?
mand active, with soles of 6000 bushs fair , to strictly
prune white ot 95a98c; 300bushs damaged do at 87c; 1260
bushs Western mixed and common yellow at 90a93c; 3700
bushs good to prime yellow at 96097c Oats-2700 bushs
oflVrod; 600 bushs only reported sold at 56c
MOLASSES.-We report the sale of Moy Munroe's cargo
379 hhda and 56 tes Cuba, for boiling, ot 52c per gallon, 4
PROVISIONS-We hear of no transactions inBulk Meats,
but under the advance of gold and tl ? improvement in
the Western markets, holders are quito firm Bacon
continues very active, on Southern orders chiefly, with
soles of lOOaiSO casks within our range ss follows : For
Shoulders 10J?all eta; rib Sides I2al2*? cfs; clear rib
12??al3 cfs, and clear, which is very scarce, at 13}? cte
the Inside prices above are for cash on. the spot, and the
outside for short time. We'also notice a sale of 20 bbla
Western Mess Pork at $21.75; quote large lots at $21 50
?? bbl. Western Lard 12cts; Ci-y 12% cte in tea.
RICE-With some inquiry, we quote prices firm at IOU
all cte for Carolina, and 9>?a9% eta V fe for Rangoon.
. SALT.-The market is unchanged; we renew former
quotations as follows: For Liverpool fine $3 25; do
Ground Alum $2 2003 25 per Book; and Turk's Island 60
cents for large lots, and 62063 cents per bushel for small
lots. : .~ ...
SUGAR-Is very firm under the higher range of gold.
We report sales to-day of 25 buds Demorara vacuum pan
at 14 cents; 24 hhda prime Porto Rico ot 12??ol2;? cents;
and 281 do do on private terms.
WHIBEET.-No aales reported to-day; quote tn bond.
Western 29*30 cents per gallon.
.'Mew York MaTket
The New York Evening Pott of Wednesday, February
27th, saya :
The belief that no financial measure win pass Congress
has produced a reassuring effect on the market
Gold ls advancing, partly on the expectation of the
veto of the Reconstruction Bul, partly on speculative com?
bination of' the capitalists, who are reported to have
united their efforts to depress the price in the last de?
The loon market is easy and inactive at 6 ft cent. The
discount demand ls quiet at 8Ko7, none but choice paper
being in favor. ?-if
Tho stock market opened with mon animation. Gov?
ernments are a fraction better. .Umnwmfl shares are
strong, and doee with an upward tendency.
.Foreign exchange ls inactivo. Bills ot 60 days on
Loudon are quoted at 108al08?? for commercial- 108V?
108% for bankers'; do at short .sight, lu9Kal09K; Paris,
at 60 days, 6 18%a515; do at short sight, 6 lSKafl ?
Antwerp, 5 18i?85 10?; Swiss, 6 18%oS 10}?; HamburB.
86X036?;\Amsterdom, 41a41>?; Frankfort, ?1O4:K; Bril
men, 78Ka79; Prussian thalers, 72a72>?.
NEW YORK, February 28.-FLOUR, Ac-The market
for Western and State- Flour is a little mere active,
but prices ore attn irregular, opening steady but closing
Ldull and rather easier for tho loy? grades.
The salsa axel 8500 bois at $8 65o9 75 fer superflue
State and Western; $10 Ouall 75 for extra State; $0 05011
for the low erodes of spring wheat Western extra; $10 50
all 80 for shipping Ohio ; $11 75012 60 for trade and fami?
ly branda of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, and $12al? for
St Louis extras. '
-California Flour is heavy. Sales 250 bbla at $14aH 75.
!. . Buckwheat Flour is dull at $2 5003 per 100 Tba.
::^?acsdian Flour.ia unchanged. Solea of 400 Tonto at
tvjuihern Sour is duU and heavy. Sales of 200 bbla.
?t?-tr25a$117?forocmmon to fair B?lian ore and coun?
try extras, and $1210s$16 50 for trade and family brands.1
Rye flour is in -fair demand. Sales of 400 bbls. ot $7
a$8. v-SfV '.? . yr-yy.
Corn mool is du? and heavy. ? 1 . , : i , ; '
GRAIN-The whoat market la more acive, pert?ci?erly
spring, ana ls bettor. The demand Is confined to mil?
lers. The ules aro 38,000 bushels at $2 ll for No. 3 Chi?
cago spring, $2 27a$2 30 for No. 2 Milwaukee Ciuk, and
$310 for white California.
Osts are better, both in demand and prices. Tho solos I
aro 80,000 bushels inferior Western at 60o; old do at Gla j
52c; now do at 02a03>;e, and Ohio and Michigan at !
Ky o is finner. Tho sales aro 11,000 bushels Western
at $1I3ol WKc in store.
Corn is better and more active, closing quiet at tho I
improvement. Tho inquiry 1H chiefly for the homo trade.
The soles aro 1)0,000 bushels; Western mixed ot SI 08a
1 OS i? in store, and SI 10a 1 ll afloat; do yollow at ? 0U tn j
store; Jersey and Southern yellow at tl C9al ll afloat and
PnovisIONS.-Tho demand for pork has boon moro
active, and prices are slightly better, closing steady. For
future delivery we hear of SOO bbl? now mess, seller
April, at $2125.
The sales, cash and regular, aro 1000 bbls at $20 37 K
for old moss; $20 TS for now city do; $21 for choice do;.
$20 93>?o21 fornewWostom do; $17 for extra prime;
SIB 75a20 for prime mess, port uninspected; $20 SO for !
thin mess, and $17al7 25 for rumps.
Bcof continues in vory good demand and steady. Solos
of 660 bbls at $9ol2 for old plant mess; $llal8 for now 1
do; $12al5 for old extra do, and $17a21 for new do.
Tierce beef le steady and in very good demand. Solos
of ISO tierces at $32a33 for primo mess, and $35 75a36 for
Beelban" tire scarco, In demand and firm. Soles of 160 |
bbls at ?30o8G 25 for Western.
Cul moats aro ba good demand and prices well sup
Eorted. Sales of SOO packages at 12J?al3c for pickled
aaa; 10,000 lbs bellies, in bulk, at Ile, and 1500 loose ?
shoulders st 9 Xe
Bacon has been very active owing to tho advance in I
Eichan go and a bettor supply of freight room, and prices I
at the close aro strong. Sales of 1739 boxes at. io '?c for
Cumberland cut; 10*?c for choice do; UJ?c for short rib?
ed; 12c for abort clear, and 12$?c for long cut horns, to
Dressed hogs aro without important change. Wo
quote at 9,s?o9J? for western, and 10?i for city.
Dani opened tinner but closos hardly so strong. Tho
business bon been fair. Salo of 1000 bbl? and tee at 12K
al2J?cforNo 1; 12al3>?c for city; 13al3)ic for fair to
primo steam, and 13J?al3)? for kettle rendered.
COFFEE-Holders of Kio oro vory firm in their vio ws.
Many of them have withdrawn their stocks trom the
market Other kinds have been moderately active and
are firm. We quote in coiu as follows : Rio, primo, 19c. ;
good, ISi?alSJ?c; fair, 17al7Jic; ordinary, lSJialOic;
fair to good cargoes, lGJXalSc; fair to good cargoes, in
bond, llJial2Jic; Java, 24>?o25c; Coylon, 19a20c; Mara?
caibo. 17Maisie; jamaica,lCal7c; Laguayra, 17??alS>?c;
St Domingo, 16alC>?.
Corro?-The market is steady. We quote at 31o32c
for middling uplands and no Now Orleans and Texas.
HAT-The market is dull and heavy at SI 10 for ship?
ping, and SI 40al 60 for retail lots.
MOLASSES-Ia in good demand, and with a light supply
in first hands prices aro firm. We quote os follows :
Cuba Muscovado, old crop, iCaSOc; do new crop, 18a55c;
do clayed, old crop, 45a4Sc ; do new crop, ICalSc; do Cen?
trifugal, old crop, 12allc; do new crop. ISaUc; Porto
Rico, old crop, 18a6Sc; do new crop, CUaCSc; New Or?
leans, new crop, 75a90c
NAVAL. STOKES-Spirits of turpentine is dull at 72c
Rosins are quiet. Common is quiet at SI 5" JJ.
BICE-The demand is moderate and the market steady
at 9.\?a9)?c for Rangoon, and 10>?alo;.?c for Carolina.
SUGAR..-Baw sugars are only moderately active, but
with light receipts prices are finn and well sustained.
We quote os follows: Cuba, inferior to common refining,
9J4alO}?c;do, fair to good running, lOKalOJ^c; do, fair
to good grocery, 10 J? all;^c; do, prime to choice, ll Ka
12c; do, centrifugal (hhds and boxes), 8^olOKc; Melado,
6o8c; Havana, boxes. Nos 7 to 9, at OJ?olO.'?c: do, boxes,
Mos 10 to 12,-10??all??c; do, boxes; Nos 13 to IS. lljia
12Kc; do, boxes. Nos 10 to 18, 12Jial3fic;do, boxes.
Nos 19 to20. Hallie: do, boxes, white, 13'iallKc; do,
boxes, No 12 (gold in bond), 5a5%c; Porto Rico, refining
grades, lQalOJfc; do, grocery grades, llal2>?o.
WHISKEY.-Thu market is quiet but steady at 3l;<a32c
lor State, and 33? for western, in bond.
FREIGHTS-Dud. The engagements to Liverpool are
2500 bale&coHon at Ss 8da7s 10d, and per steamer 1500
bolos cotton at 6s 8dalis led for compressed and uncom?
pressed; 500 tes lard at 35s; 1000 boxes cheese at 10s; 500
boxes bacon at 35s ; 100 tes beef at 6s Sd. To Havre-100
bales cotton at -? s ld, and a vessel to Londonderry with
16,000 bushels corn at Ss Cd.
The heavy snow-storm interfered with tho trade demand
for goods last week, checking sales. Trade is not dull,
though without excitement, ar d great activity ls looked
for as soon as the weather is more settled. A moderate
business is doing in brown shirtings and sheeting?.
Prices are steady. The best grades of bleecbed shirtings
and sheetings are also firm and in good request, while
Borne grades have advanced. Dow grades are more abun?
dant and weaker in price. Agood home demand for drills
prevails, but light weights aredull. Stripes and ticks inac?
tive, but steady in price. Dight denims ore more brisk
but stocks are increasing. Prints are at present the most
active goods, and desirable styles ore firmer. Ginghams
? ore steady and active. Delaines are in more active de?
mand ond very firm; oil desirable styles are readily sold.
Spring styles of shawls are coming into more demand,
and fine grades ore strong In paces. Italian cloths are
steady in demand and price. There ia more briskness
in broadcloths, but altogether for immediate con?
sumption. Desirable styles of fancy cassuneres soll
readily and welL . Inferior styles are low in price and
large in stock. Sattmets inactive. Hannels aro in mode?
rate request. Blankets verv dull.
Imported goods begin to show more attractions and
more activity. Desirable styles of an dress goods are in
increasing.demand. Broadcloths and fine cassimeres are
also moro active. Auctions are incrcasieg, and seasona?
ble goods sro in spirited demand. A good competition
among buyers ia advancing prices of all desirable stvles
and qualities. Linens, lawns, ginghams, alpacas and de?
laines of good styles ore much inquired for. : Silks are
steady, but are beginning to attract more custom.-Inde?
Consignees per Soutfi Carolina, Kailroud
166 bales Cotton. 13 bales Domestica, 25" bbls and 13*
bags Potatoes, 1 car Staves, 1 car Old Iron, &c To D D
Utsey, E H Rodgers & Co, D M Ayer & Co, J A J D Kirk
patri. k, W P Dowling, Johnston. Crews & Co. Willis A
Chisotm, H Hogarth, T Murphy, T P Byan, J M Caldwell
A Sons, OW Williams A Co, D.Diucker, Mrs Elias, Wal?
lace & Bro, M Israel, Thurston A Holmes. J. B E Sloan,'
Mowry tc Co, W C Courtney tc Co, E J Wisa A Co, J H
Baggett it Co, H L Jeffers tc Co, W W Smith, J Fraser A:
Co, ? A Boploy tc Co, R Mure tc Co, B B Agent
Per steamer Eliza Hancox, from Savannah, via Beau?
fort and Hilton Head-C O Green and lady, Mrs W C Ly?
ons, O C Thomas, M P Cohen, W H Prealeau and lady. G
Hamilton. ? T Gut, W H Allen, Dr Wragg. G Germen
den, M Bryson, Dr Williams, J W Steele, P F Byerson. B
D Wood, J W Enalow, C C McTureoue, C C Pinckney
and lady, J Hoyne, E Strobhart, and 25 deck.
PHASES OP THU MOON.
New M 1th, Oh. 66m. even I Fun M. 18th, 2h. 21m. even
First Q. 11th, Sh.20m. even | Dost Q. 26th, 6h. 12m. morn
JAS. a TEE.
PORT OF CHARLESTOS.
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, New York, 6 ' days. Mdze.
To W Roach, J E Adger Sc Co, C N Averill A Son, J B P
Alley, D A Ammo, A Bischoff, H Bischoff A Co, W M Bird
A Co, E Burnham, BoBmann Bros, Bart A Wirt, J Camp
sen A Co, G W Clark tc Co, J A Cook Sc Co. A C?rtale. R
AAP Caldwell, W S Corwin A Co, Do wie & Moi?e, E Da?
vid, E J Dawson & Co, ID Falk tc Co, HW Gale & Co, W
Gurney, Hart & Co, F Horsey, Hastti^Salhoun A Co, W
Harra], J Hurkamp & Co, Jennings, Thornlinson Sc Co, J
Redls, C O Kenrick, F KresseL A Danger, E L Levy, T J
Moise tc Co, J C Marshall, C H Moise, Marshall, Burge &
Bowen, B O'Neill, J F O'Neill Sc Son, Ostendorff Sc Co, J
0 Ojemann, D Paul Sc Co, O F Psxdmin, J A Quackeu
bush, 8 C B S Agent, Bavenel Sc Barnwell; J Bussell, G
W Steffens, DH Silcox, L Schnell & Co. P C Schroder, E
B Stoddard & Oo, Shepherd A Cohen, Whilden A Co, W
L Webb, Wagoner, Heath A Mousses, Weat A Jones, E D
Blake, Werner & Ducker, B White, Graeser, Lee, Smith
Sc Co, J R Solomons, T H Marscher, O Mj/iaap ?ad or?
der. . The N W Smith experienced heavy gales from SE
to SW. '
Sehr Wm Slater. Smalley, Roekport, Me, 13 days. Lime,
Bock and Hay. To the Bockport Lime Company.
Sehr Elizabeth Atculsrius, Jackson, Richmond. Va, 72
hours from the Capes. Iron. To the 8 C Railroad -Co.
I Sehr A S Deas, tram West Point Mill. 60 bbls Bice.
To W M Lawton. .... ..
steamer Eliza Hancox, Bichardson. Savannah, via
1 Beaufort, Hilton Head, Ac. 3 bales S I Cotton, and
Mdze. To Ferguson A Holmes, Adams, Frost & Co, S C
B B Co, P Medtzler, Boper Hospital.
TN THE OFFING.
A hark, tfro brigs, and a schooner. ~> x
Went to Sec Yesterday,
i Sehr Carrie IA Blah, Amsbury, Georgetown, S C.
Sehr G W Carpenter, Fitzgerald, Wilmington, N C. "
i Steamer Dictator, Oozetter, Palatka, via. Jacksonville,
Fernandina and Savannah.
Prom this Tort.
Steamship Geo B Tipton, CroweO, Boston, Feb 26. '
Vp for this Port.
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Steehnan, at Baltimore, Feb 28.
Cleared fi? tills Port.
Steamship ? B Sonder, Lockwood, at New York, Feb 27.
The Blanch, Campbell, at Liverpool, Feb 12.
Sehr AO Austin; Willard, at Philadelphia, Feb 28.
To CONST GHEES-A dispatch received here yesterday,
from Norfolk, Va, says that the sehr Transit, from Bos?
ton for this port, which put Into that harbor in. distress,
would discharge, repair, and then proceed on her voyage.
. LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOB THIS PORT.
Ship Missouri, Edward, cleared...Feb 4
Brig Albert, Errickaen, sailed.Jan 22
The Effort, Hussey, sailed.Feb 1
The Seamail,Doyle, sailed...,.Feb 6
The Blanch, Campbell, cleared.Feb 12
? ! BOUTBA1CPTON.
The Allen, Martell, sailed.... iii.................. .Fob 5
The Tregarthen, Steele, sailed...;..;'..Jan 1
The Sylph, reters, sailed.......Jan 10
Sehr Mary B Somers, Somers, up.Feb
Behr Transit, Stetaon, cleared......Feb ll
Steamship E B Sender, Lockwood, cleared..Feb 27
Bark Fleetwlng, Eulin, up.............I....Feb U
ScarDesptch,-, np.Jan "
Sehr Albert Meson, Boee, up.Jan ,
Sehr E O Howard, Nlckerson, up.Jan 81
Sehr Southerner, Darling, np......Feb 6
Sehr Daniel Bonnes, Haywood, np..Feb ll
Sehr J BMsrsball. Marshtll, cleared. .Feb 10
Sehr Wm Flint, Pest, up.._Feb io
Sehr B N Hswtras, Wyatt, up.Feb 22
Sehr B Caldwell, Mccormack, cleared.... :.Feb 23
Behr Trade Wind, Bbfftnan, cleared...... :..Feb 23
SehrLPeterson, Selly, cleared,.-:............_Fob 16
Scar Sydney Price, Stevena, cleared.........Feb 19
Sehr A Bartlett, Bartlett, cleared....Feb 10
Sehr "omuel Csstner, Jr, Robinson, cleared..... .Feb 19
Sehr Margaret Beinhart. Hand, cleared. .Fob 20
SohrW WPharo, Allan, cleared.....Feb20
Sehr Fannie K Shaw. Shaw, saned ...............Feb -
Behr A 0 Austin; WIEtrd, cleared.-Feb 28
Bark linda. Hewitt, sailed. ........ .Feb ZS
Brig Chas BSavage, Graham, up...........Feb 18
Brig Gen HaiahalL Bute, up..... .."..Feb 23
Behr olary E Amadea, Smith, up..........Feb 22
Sehr Monawa, lnaaewoy, up.Feb 26
Behr Addie M Bird, Merrill, "Jeored....Feb 24
3chr KDaFish, Wiley, np....Feb26
Behr Edno Harwood, Hanwood, cleared.Fob 25
Scar May Munroe, Munroe, np.. ..Feb 27
SohrWenonah, Tall, cleared.....Feb27
Jahr Louisa Frazier, Steehnan, np.. .Feb 28
nw osman. ' '
k kr Hamish Little, Little, ap,,,,..,,..-,,,.;J? -
ASURE CURE FOR THE PILES. PUT UP IN
. PACKAGES of 1000 pieces.
Price 00 ccuts. For salo by
February 18 Imo No. GO BROAD STREET.
THOU & BROTHER.
Wholesale Grocers and Commission
. No. lia EAST BAY, cor. Fraser's Wharf.
BACON, FLOUR, BUTTER, LARD, CHEESE, COF?
FEE, SUGAR, of all grades and prices; TOBACCO.
SOAP, STARCH, MOLASSES, and a gonoral Stock ol
GROCERIES, in store and for salo low.
Liberal advances mado on Consignments.
Apply as above. Imo February ll
~~TOI>D & RAFFERTY,
ENGINEERS AND FOUNDERS.
Office and Works, Paterson, New Jersey
WAREHOUSE, No. * DEY STREET, N. Y.
MANUFACTURERS OF STATIONARY AND PORT
ABLE STEAM ENGINES AND BOILERS; Flax,
Hemp, Tow, Oakum and Ropo Machinery; Shafting,
Mill Gearing, Iron and Brass Castings ot all kinda
Latches, Planing Machines, Drills; Shaping, Slotting and
Boring Machines; Gear Cutters; Centreing, MiUing and
Bolt Cutting Machines; Chucka of all kinds; Leather
and Rubber Belting; Lace Leather, Belt Hooka, and
General Suppli.s for Railroads and other Machine Shops
Judson i Suow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cotton
Gins, Press?e, ic, constantly ou hand.
TODD A; RAFFERTY,
March 20_ly No. 4 Dey street, N. Y.
New York Prize Association,
No. 599 BRO AD WA Y, N. Y.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE, FINE GOLD AND
. 1 AND
?\T7TLL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE j
Y V name and value of .\ch article of our goods are
marked on tickets, placed sealed envelopes, and weU |
mixed. On receipt of 2S ? s, an envelope containing
such ticket will bc drawn without choice, and delivered j
at our office, or sent by mail to any address. Thc pur- j
chaser after Bceiog what article it draws and its value
which may bo Drem one to fivo hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive the article
named, or may exchange i* Tor any other article marked
on our circular at the san ^ aluc. Every ticket draws an
article worth ono dollar or more. No ULANOS. ' j
Our patrons con depend on fair, honorable dealing.
The article drawn will be delivered at our office, regard?
less of ita value, or promptly sent as directed, by return
mail, or express.
Letters from many persons acknowledging the receipt
of valuable gifts from us, may bc seen on filo at our of?
fice, among whom wo are permitted to refer to: ~
John S. Holcomb, Lambertvillc, N. J., gold watch, value
$200; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland street Brook?
lyn, sowing machino, $S0; Edwin Hoyt, Stamford, Conn.,
gold lover watch, value $200; Hon. R. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond pin, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
IOU Lexington avenue, piauo, $350; kira. M. Jackson, No.
203 Nineteenth street, N. Y., sewing machine, i90; Jos.
Camp, Elmira, N. Y., melodeon, 1150; Miss L. Collina,
Atlanta, Ga., diamond cluster ring, ?225; Dr. Henry
Smith. Worcester, Maas., Bowing machine, 385; H. Shaw,
No. 13310th street, N. Y.. gold watch. S150; Edw. Boyn?
ton, Nashville, Tenn., melodeon. Slot); James Russell,
Montgomery, Ala., gold hunting watch, $250; R. T.
Smith, Providence R. L, ailvor lever watch, 460; Oscar
irdy. Madison, N. J., music box, $45; Hon. R. S. New
J, St Paul's, Minn., gold watch, $185; J. R. Sperry,
Litchfield, Conn., silver watch, $55; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem, His., music box, $75; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, S125; Miss E. M. Schcnck, Detroit, Mich.,
diamond ear rings, $225; Pierre Bcoudin, St Charles
Hotel, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs. Martha
Barnes, St Louis, Mo., melodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES
TO BE SOLD FOR ONE DOLLAR EACB7,
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth.$200 00 to 500 00
30 Melodcona, Rosewood Cases. 100 00 to 225 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 tunea. 15 00 to 160 00
100 Sewing Machines. 50 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Toa Sets. 25 00 to 150 00
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castora.. 15 09 to 40 00
100 Siiver Fruit Cake Baskets. 15 00 to 36 00
1,000 Seta Silver Tea and Tablespoons.. 15 00 to 45 00
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches_ 100 00 to 250 00
? ICU Diamond Rings, Cluster, tc. 50 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches. 60 00 to 100 00
300 Ladies' Gold Watches. GO 00 to 80 00
1,000 Silver Watches. 25 00 to 50 00
3,000 Yest Chaina. 5 00 to 25 00
2,000 paira Ear Ringa (new styles). 1 50 to 7 00
2,000 Necklaces. 3 00to 700
2,500 Gold Pencils. 3 00 to 800
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches_ 5 00 to 10 00
? 3.000 Lava and Florentino Brooches_ 4 00 to 6 00
1,500 Masonic Pms. 4 00 to 900
1,600 GoM Watch Keys (new pattern)... 4 50to 7 50
2,500 Seta of Bosom Studs. 1 50 to 600
2,500 EnameUed Sleeve Buttons. 2 50 to 10 00
5,000 Plain Gold and Chased Ringa...:. 4 CO to 1000
6,000 Stone Set and Seal Rings.. 2 50 to 10 00
6,000 Miniature Lockets, aU sizes. 2 60 to 7 00
10,000 Sets of Ladies1 Jewelry. 8 00 to 20 00
4,000 Watch Charma (each). 3 00 to 550
5,000 Gold Pena, SIL ex. Cases & Pencils. 4 50 to 7 00
5,000 Gent's Breast and Scarf Pins. 3 00 to 20 00
2,000 Ladies' new style Belt Buckles_ 4 00 to 8 00
2,000 Ch?telains and Guard Chaina. 7 50 to 20 00
1.000 Gold Thimbles. 8 00 to 15 00
5,000 Sets Ladies' Brooch and Ear Drops 6 00 to 12 00
2.000 Gold Crosses. 1 50 to 0 00
6,000 Oval Band Bracelets. 6 00 to 20 00
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets. 25 00 to 40 00
2,000 Ball Ear Drops, all colara. 3 00 to 700
2,000 new Btyle Jet and Gold Ear Drops. 8 00 to 7 00
2,000 Gold Pena, Gold Mt'd Ebony Hold. 4 50 to 7 00
Lady's Sets, new atyles. Cut Crystal, il I Jet, Hard Rub?
ber, Ac, kc
as- A chance to obtain any of the above articles for
One Dollar by purchasing a scaled envelope for 25 cents.
Entire satisfaction guaranteed te ill.
OS" 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 ?or Two Dollars, 33 for
Five Dollars. Great inducements to Agents.
Letters should be addressed
J. H. RAT & CO.,
No. 599 BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
December 28_sn 3moa
$ Uf TUB CECAT
*r\\f ?V mDIAN MEDICINE,
??JYJ/ fBJJ Cares all diseases caused by
^*r"lK. tW?? ?elf-abuse, viz:-Spermaior
S??JlDsfrVflft*. rliea< Seminal - Wcaknesx,
trnlSflD VA Night - Emissions, Loss of
MsuSP,'?7Jyi Memory, Universal Lasel.
? . Ht Ayg^ tude. Paine in the Bach, Dim
_-^=sfflB^Kmc- neiM of VMon, Premature
fs?gSEMHM jLp Old Age, Weak Nerves, Diffi
^ITjfiSpS/nW fi??? rult Breathing, Pale Counts
? nanete. Insanity, Consump
iiii\crz Hon, 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 cure
after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
page pamphlet sent In a sealed envelope, free to any
Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5. Sold
by all druggists; or will be sent by express to any
portion of tho world,' on receipt of price, by the
Dr. W. R. MERWIN, 97 Walker St., H. Y.
Cures all Urinary Com*
plaints, viz: Gravel, Inflam
, lotion of the Bladder and
tidneys, attention of
I Urine, Strict-ires cf the
\Urethrcc, Dropsical Swett
fings. Brick Dust Deposits,
and all diseases that require
a diuretic and when used in
conjunction with the
does not fail to cure Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu?
cous Discharges in M.i'.e or Female, curing recent
eases in from one to three days, and ls especially
recommended ? those coses ot Fluor Albus or
Whites in Females. The two medicines used la
conjunction will not foil to remove this disagreeable
complaint, and in those cases where other medicine?
have boen used without success.
Price, Remedy, One Bottle, $2, Three Bottles, $5.
Injection, " $2, ?* $5.
The Cherokee " Cure," " Remed?/," and ** Injec?
tion" are to be found lu all well regulated drag
atores, and are recommended by physicians and
druggists all over the world, for their intrinsic worth
andrmerlt Some unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheap ona
worthless compounds,-tn order to make money
in place of these. Ss not deceived. If the drug?
gists will not bay them for y- : ., write te us, and we
will send them to you by exprese, securely packed
and free from observation. We treat oil diseases to
which the haman system is subject, and will be
pleased to receive fall and explicit statements from
those who have failed to receive relief heretofore.
Ladies or gentlemen can address na in perfect con?
fidence, we desire to send our thirty-two page
pamphlet free to every lady and gentleman in the
land. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
or advice, to the solo proprietor, Q>
t ? Dr, W. R. MERWIN. 37 Walker St., H. Y.
May a*_. thal ul yr
THE BEST TONIC NOW 1 USE !
T?OS- IR,. AQISTEW ,
' 1MPOB.T?B Atm DRA&XB TB
Irla* fintearle*. Cholea Taos, ?*?.. nea?,
?es. Sf? ?1 232 GBJCMNWWB-ST.. COM. O* MURRA i
. VKW YOKE, "i t
.rvsaalMw 1 ? .
E. M. WHITING,
CORONER AND MAGISTRATE,
HAS REMOVED HTS OFFICE FROM CHALMERS
street to No. 88 CHURCH STREBT, one door
aorta ct Brogo grew.. . . .. : :?>....., ? ' August ai
?KTHE TRI-WEEBLLT NEWS,
PTJSLT3HED TN' WTNNSBOEG' 3. C" AFFORDS A
profitable medium for the odveriising public of
' We rcsmectfuhy solicit theirpaliona+je fox our mutual
jcgoeflt. ? -, .
GAILLARD, DESPOSTES 4 WILLIAMS.
.HtTvember ?'-' - ;_- . . - -
DRUBS, CHEMICALS, ETC,
MOTH "El* S !
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
THIS VALUABLE 1'KEPARATION IS THE PRE
SCBIPTION of ono of tho best female physicians and
nurses in the United States, and hos boon used for thirty
years with never-failing safety and success by mUUous of
mothers for their children.
It not only relievos the child from pain, but invigorates
tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and giveH tone
and energy to tho whole system.
It will almost instantly reUevc
QRIPLNG IN THE BOWELS AND WIND-COLIC.
Wo behove it is tho best and surest remedy io the
world, in all cases of DYSENTERY and DIARRHOA in
cbildron, whether it arises from Toothing, or from any
Bo sure and ask for
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
Having the fae similo of CURTIS & FEBKINS on the
ALL OTHERS ABE BASE IMITATIONS.
For sale by tho Wbolsale Agents,
HOWIE & MOISE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
February 16 _stuthlmo
A Treacherous and Deadly Foel
PAIN ANO NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Remedy
AND MODE OF TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BREAKS UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
Fountain Head, and removes at once all tho wrotched
symptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Pain in the
Temples, Offcnsivo Discharges, Obstruction of tho Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsivo Breath, Snapping Sounds in the
Ears, Abscnt-Mindcdncss, Mental Depression, Dimness ol
Vision, Sore Throat, Hacking Cough ; restores the sense
of Taste and Smell, and permanently cures tho disease m
I all its types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and mode of treatment, like thc disease,
is peculiar. Iff consists of the inhalation of harmless li?
quids from tho palm of tho bond. The immediate rehei
it affords is alone worth ten times the cost of the reme?
Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa?
tion never before published. Coll at our nearest Agency,
or send a stamp for it
Prepared by GEBBIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street,
Drs. RAOUL & LYN AH,
ivember 1 thstuGmo Agent for Charleston.
"EXCELSIOR" WM WATER.
FTIHE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
I be unequalled by that of any other in tho far-famed
I valley of Saratoga Its virtues aro such as have secured
it tho high encomiums of all who novo used it, possees
I ing, ss it does, in on eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
I alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENEY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston, S. C. :
PHILADELPHIA, November 15,1865.
I have been for a year or moro past in tho habit ol
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my invalid lile
to usa the different waters of the several fountains whicn
boil up along that remarkable valley, dependent ind oed,
upon them tor much of tho comfort I enjoy, I om satis?
fied that the Excelsior Water is as well adopted as any
other among them, if not more so, to the purposes for
which they are generally employed. It is very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with tho carbonic acid, lively and
sparkling. * ? * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to ah who nood a gent?o cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENEY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, and
packed in good order for shipping, Pinta in boxe? ol
four dozen each, and Quarts in boxes of two dozen each.
SOLS AT WHOLESALE BY
GOODRICH, WIREMAN & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
?-THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS is without precedent In the history or the world.
There ia 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 parity con always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavander
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Oloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander. Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
lio speakers, and persons of literary habita and seden?
tary Ufo, who require tree digestion, a rehab, for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persona are certain to find
in these Bitters what they have ao long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote io change of water and diet.
They overcome effects af dissipation and late honra.
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 foUowing startling and emphatic statements cen
be seen at our office.
Letter of Bev. E. F. GBARX, Chaplain of the 107th New
NEAB AOQUIA OBTCT, March 4th, 1863.
Owinglto the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after the battle of Antietam, I waa utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DRAKE, of New York, was proscribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise the;
gave me Immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to Join my regiment. . . . . I hove since Been
them used in many oases, and am free to say, for hos.
' pita! or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Rev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Latter from the Rev. N. E. GILDS, St CJlalravHle, Fa.
GESTLEMDf :-Yon were kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $8 60. My wife having derived so muuu
benefit from the ase of these. Bitters, I desire .Pr\to
continue them, and you w?l please send us ^ bottles
more for the money enclosed.
I am, very truly, yo rs,
H. E. GLLDJ, Pastor cte,. Bet. Church,
BoLDiKa.' HOHE, SnrxsisxamERT's oimos, 1
OTNCTHNATi, OHIO, Jan. 16th; 1868. J
. . . . . . .. '. . - . *
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds ol
sm* neble soldiers who stop here, more or lesa disabled
from varions cansos, and the effect ls marvellous and
Such a pr?paration aa thia ls I heartily wish in every
family, tn every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent,
Dr, W. A CHILDS, Surgeon of the Tenth Varment Re?
giment writes:-"I wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the most effect,'''c, per*
tact, and harmless tonio I error need." .
WILLARD'S HOTXL, ?
WASHINGTON, D. O., Moy 22d, 1863. J
Gsa .'[-/KER:-WO require another supply of vonr
Plan tatton Bitters, the popularity o which dany in-,
creases with the guests of our house. ",
SYKES, CHADWICK A CO.
fcc. Ac te.. Ae. ' Ac, '
Be ?rare that every bottle bears the fao-sim?e of oar
signature on s steel plaie label, with oar private stamp
over the cork. v
P. H. BEAKS & GO,
No. 903 BROADWAY, H. y.
Sold by sn respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers
Saloons, and country Hotel ad paiera. .
Arrrll t? . thstnlvr
MANHOOD AND THE VIGOR OP YOUTH
restored in four weeks, by Dr. RICOBD'S ESSENCE
OF LIFE. Dr. Ricard (of Paris), after years of esrest so
bcttatlon, has &t length acceded to the earnest requests
of the American public, and appointed an Agent in New
York for (he sale of bis vohun and highly-prized Essence
of Life. Thia wonderful ?gent wiU restore manhood to
tho most shattered constitutions, whether arising from
excesses, the effects of climate, or natural causes. The
time required to eora the mest inveterate case is four
weeks; and if nued according to printed instructions,
which are very simple, failure ia impossible. This Ure
restortng lemedy should be taken by an about to marry,
LS its effects are permanent It is acknowledged by tho
raediesd press to bethe greatest discovery ever made.
Ite developing powers ara miraculous. Success in every
^ Uss certain a* that sciesce overthrow ignorance.
Dr. Bicord's Essence of Lifo ls sold in nanto, with ran in
?tructlona for mee, at sa, or four quantities in one for *3,
?nd will ie sent tossy part, corefuIJ^psckea. cm receipt
rf rarnittencfr tohte accredited agent :
, ' - . . PHILIP BOLAND,
Marchas ly No.. 34 liberty etreet, Nsw York.
THE SIJttTEB WATCHSI^
TB PUBLISHED EVERY .WEDNESDAY, AT 8TTM
1 TER, S. C., by GLLBEBT A FLOWKBS, Proprietors,
it FOUR DOLLARS poV Muum, lirvariably in advance.
Advertisements inserted si usual rates.
Every style of Job Printing executed in the newest
^andgrea?ee?<^?r??<tf>* beptemoer ii
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
11HI8 DELICIOUS TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIONED
for thc uno of thc
tledical Profession and thc Family,
j now endorsed by all tho prominc it Pliyelelnus, Chem*
ats and Connoisseurs, as possessing all those intrinsic
nedicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic) which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
Wo trust that our established reputation-founded
tpon eighty-elirht years of experience-abundantly vin
Licates our claims to public confidence and y?anin
ecB the excellence of this Standard Article.
Put up in cases containing one dozen bottles each, and
old by all prominent Druggists, <?roers, Ac.
A. M. BININGElt A- CO,
(Established 1778.) Sole Importers,
No. 15 Beaver street. New Y'ork.
Opinions of fire Press.
The Blntogers, No. 15 Beaver street, have a very high
.eputation to sustain, as the oldest and best house in
Sow York.-Borne Journal.
The house of A. M. l'inlnger ii Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, hos sustained, for a period of eighty y ars, a rem?
otion that may well bo envied.-.V. I". Evening P-jst.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston ITotel.
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING & CASSIDEY.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 29 tuttis Gmo
"18 years established in N. Y. City."
"Only infallible remedies known."
"Free from Poisons."
"Not dangerous to tho Human Family."
"Rats come out of their holes to die."
HAT, ROACH, ETC., EXTERMINATORS,
Is a paste-used for Rats, ific. Roaches,
Black and Red Ants, kc, (cc.
"Costar's" Bed-Bus; Exterminator,
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-Bugs, .te.
Costar's Electric Powder for Insects
Is for Moths, Mosquito :*, Ficos, Bcd-Bu?s,
Insects on Plants. Fowls. Animals. kc
BS" 1 I I BEWAB i I I I of all worthless imitations.
BS~ Soe that "COSTAB'S" name is on each Box, Bottk1,
md Flask, before you buy.
HENRY R. COSTAR,
No. 484 BROADWAY-, N. Y.
BS" Sold in Charleston, S. C., by
DOWTE k MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN, No. 354 King-street.
And all Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
BARNES, WARD Jt CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern state*.
BUCKTHORN S AL YE,
FOE CUTS. BURNS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, BOLLS, CAN?
JEES, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind
ind Painful Piles; Scrofulous, Putrid and Ill-conditioned
Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutane
ras Affections, Ringworm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chil?
blains, &c; Chapped Hands, Lips, kc; Bites ol Spid :rs,
nsects, Animals, kc, kc
BS- Boxes, 25 cts., 50 cts. and $1 sizes.
JO- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
BS" And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad -
roy, N. Y.
?5T And by DOWTE tc MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street. Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD Sc CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
FOR CORNS, BUNIONS, WARTS, ic
BS- Boxes. 2E eta., 50 cte. and ?1 sizes.
BS- Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
BS" And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Brood
vav, N. Y.
BS" And by DOWTE k 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 tho Southern States.
SITTER-SWEET AND ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOB BEAUTIFYING THE COMPLEXION.
Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove Freckles,
Pimples, Eruptions, kc
Ladles are now using it in preference to all others.
BS" Bottles, ?L
BS" Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
BS" And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 434 Broad
ray, N. Y.
BS" And by- DOWTE & MOISE,
. ? No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 854 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
BARNES, WARD ii CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for tho Southern States.
FOE COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS, SORE
HROAT, Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
onsnmption. Bronchial Affections, sud all Diseases of
is Throat and Langs.
BS" Bottles, 25 cts., 50 cte. and $1 sizes.
BS" Sold by an Druggists everywhere.
BS" And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad,
ay, N. Y.
[BS" And by DOWTE & MOISE,
No. 187 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
Ds. P. MELVIN COHEN,
. . - No. 8S4 King-street, Charleston, S. G.
BARNES, WARD A CO.,
New Orleans, La-,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
A UNIVERSAL DINNER FILL,
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, Indlges
ttn. Dyspepsia, Bfllotumess, Constipation, Diarrhoea,
>ltcs, ChlUs, Fevers, and general derangement < of the
Igestive Organs. *
BS" Boxes, 25 cts., 50 cts. and tl aires.
BS" Sold by sR Druggists everywhi.-e.
BS" And bv HENRY H. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
ly, N. Y.
43-And by DOWTE k' MOISE,
No. 157 MEET LNG STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 354 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
- BARNES, WARD As CO,
. New Orleans, La,
. ' Wjclesale Aconta tor the ?outaim ni -
8 PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY a H., AT "?
S3 per aunttn^ sud, having a large circulation
ctrcgh sH the upper and lower Districts of the State,
aatee'fn^dvwrtisnS^wy^w^mabli^foT which api.ly
our Agent, Mr. T. P. SLIDER, ot tho H?ls House. -
T .-? L Cr?v?HP8,JT,. *3. H. GRENEKER, ; ,? .