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THTTRSDAT MORNING, MARCH 14,18G7.
TBE. CHILDREN IN THE MOON.
A tCAITDrNAVLVN BAXXAV.
Hearken, child. unto a story !
For the moon ia in the ?ky.
Ana across hor shield of silver.
Seo! two tiny cloudlets fly.
?Watch them closoly. marls them sbarpiy.
As across tho light they pass ;
Seem they not tc have tho Usures
Of a liitlo lad and last. ?
Bee, my child, across their shoulders '
Idos a littlo polo ! .-ad, lo !
Yonder speck is just the bucket
Swinging softly to and fro.
It ts said these little children,
. Many and many a summer night,
To a littlo weU far northward.
Wandered in thc still moonlight.
To tho wnysido well thoy trotted.
Filled their little buckets there.
And the Moon-man, looking downwards,
S .w how beautiful'they were.
Quoth tho mau : "How vexed and sulky
Looks tho rosy little boy 1
But the littlo, handsome maiden
Trips behind him full of joy.
"To the well behind the hodge row
Trot tho littlo lad and maiden;
From the weU behind tho hedge row
Now the little pail is laden.
"How they tempt me 1 how they please me 1
Shall I snatch them up to-night ?
Snatch them; set thom herc forever
In the middlo of my light I
"Children, ayo. and children's children.
Should behold my babos on high;
And my bahes should smile forever,
Calling others to the sky 1"
Thus the philosophic Moon-man
Muttered many years ago;
Set the babes, with pole and bucket,
To delight the folia below.
Never is the bucket empty.
Never aro tho children old;
Ever, when the moon ?B shining,
We the children may behold.
Ever young and ever little;
Ever sweet and ever fair;
When thou art a mau, my darling.
Still the children will be there !
Ever young and ever little.
They will ftmlln when th O'* arl. old 1
When thy locks aro thin and silver,
Theirs wiU soil lie shining gold.
They will haunt you from their heaven,
Softly beckoning down the gloom I
It is said that Queen Victoria is preparing a
work for the press, illustrated by plates of her own
Dr. L. P. Brockett and Mrs.-or Miss?-Mary C.
Vaughan are preparing a book on Woman's Work
in the Civil War-rather an exhausted theme,
i Dr. Strauss, the author of a novel described by
the London AthenEcnm as "vulgar, profane and in?
delicate," has brought an action against that jour?
nal for. UbeL
Mr. Arthur J. Peabody, nephew of George Pea?
body, has become a partner in the book publishing
house of Charles Scribner & Co. The name of tho
firm remains unchanged.
. Mr. Duff Green has written a volume of recollec?
tions of the public men whom he has known dur?
ing a political career of half a century, which ho
entitled Pacts and Suggestions.
' -Col. Sam. Colt's biography-which, it seems, a
contemporary considers "an autobiography of Col.
Colt written by his widow"-has been printed iu
sumptuous style for private circulation.
A full and very interesting account of the Qua?
kers is published in Philadelphia, by J. B. Lip pin?
cott & Co. It is entitled " Select Historical Me?
moirs of the Religious Socioty of Priends, by Wil?
Beside Gustav Freytag, several other eminent
literary men are candidates for ?lection to tho
North German Parliament. Among these we no?
tice Gottfried Kinkel and Professor Mommsoa, tho
historian, of Borne.
The. Austrian Government have prohibited the
sale of, and ordered the police to soizs, a new work
which bas appeared under the title of "Twelve
Champions of R?volution," containing the biogra?
phies of Robert Blum, Karl Blind, Mazzini, Count
Cavour, Louis Blanc, and others.
! Ticknor & Fields' press is unusually busy thia
spring. The "Diamond Editions" are a great suc?
cess ; .and besides Dickens and Tennyson, the
nouso is now adding to the diamond series the
Waverly Novels and Owen Meredith's, Longfellow's
and Whittier's; poems.'
Mr. Hudson Taylor, who for nearly twenty years
bas been one of the leading publishers and boo_
sellers of Washington, has just retired from busi?
ness. He is succeeded by Messrs. French & Rich?
ardson, the former of whom -was for some years
the manager of Mr. Taylor's establishment.
. A Kassian general of artillery has just died,
after having deposited in the Bank of St.. Peters?
burg a sum of ?8,000, to remain at interest until
the year 1925, the, anniversary of the death of tho
Emperor Alexander.L, and then to be given to tho
author of the best history of that sovereign. The
ram will amount to ?384,000.
The London Review, speaking of Judge
Holmes' book on the "Authorship of Shakespeare,"
remarks that "even if Shakespeare, after ali, did
not write Shakespeare;-which we see no reason to
believe-it is pretty certain that Bacon was not the
- author. He had not sufficient geniality of nature
for such performances, and what we know of his
Tarse-writing ls singular for its baldness and want
Charles Dickens -was a spectator of the recent
reform demonstration in London, from the balcony
of the Athena)um dub, in company with thc Arch?
bishop of York, who, anout a year and a half ago,
denounced the reading of novels' as pernicious.
The Lord George. Gordon riots furnished the ma?
terial for .Barnaby Budge; so the John Bright re?
form'demonstration may lay the foundation of a
new cptemporary novel by the great master in the
.art of painting human nature. .
At the end of 1867, according to a new copyright
jaw passed some years since cy the German Diet,
.and agreed to by all the separate Governments,' all
.copyright which had np-to that time been prolong?
ed by special privileges, ceases and becomes pub?
lic property. The works pf Schiller, Goethe, Wie?
land, Herder, Korner, and many other German
classics'thai nave np to the present year been the
copyright of certain publishers, or the lamilies.bf
ihe authors, can the&be published by any one, and
-already the announcement of cheap reprints are
being advertised. " . -
" The Siecle's-subscription for a statue of .Voltaire
lb be erected in a public place in Paris, does "not
appear to be thwarted by authority.' On the con?
trary, tho adhesion of several prefectoral journals
in the provinces is evidence that tho .proposal, if
not quite -favorably viewed, is at least strongly
winked at. One, M. Cos tel, the Mayor of Saint
,Taa8t, La HOngne,' near Havre '(nnd:all Mayors
and now Government nominees), sends a frano to
the subscription on behalf of himself and his son
-half a france being tie maximum receivable
and at the samo time expresses a hope that the
- ?tatu? may be high enough to throw its shadow,
not only over all France, out the entire world.
'_ ? There was lately discovered iii a corner of the
Clam-Gallaa library a packet of letters forming
part of the original correspondence of Count Mat?
thias. Gallas during the Thirty Years' War. Three
hundred and twenty-one dated documents from
the year 1633 to 1636, with a number of others be?
longing to the same period, bul without dates,
were among them. The most important among
them are-those of 1634, which directly refer to tho
Wallenstein. The space between' th? 2d of Janu?
ary and tho lat of April, 1834, is represented bv
.sixty-three letters from imperial generals, Medici,
'Says, Pictolomini, Aldringer, Cotioredo, Marradas
and others, to Gallas ; further by a letter from Gal
las to the Emperor, dated Frauenberg, February 24.
"Mr.-John Stuart Mill was inaugurated as Rector
of St. Andrews Univerrsity On the 1st jnSk S Hie do?
Jiver?d a l?ng and interesting ad bress, which was
very well received.., It was a review of the whole
territory! of the higher education, and-included a
v?ra?mak1n^oS? ?t?^icJd_?u!?E?? (minns the
words for what they are-the "counters" repre?
senting thought-you must know intimately other
languages and literatures beside your own; and
'that these particular languages and litera toroa are
?of,such carions perfection, such artistic complete?
ness. Mr. Mill excluded none of the great cnlti
.vating studies from the University eirriculum,
pleading not only for classics, mathematics, logic,
ethics-rather .historically than dogmatically
?aught-experimental science, and physiology, but
even for ecclesiastical history from an undogmatic
.point of view. On all he said some fine tilings.
On all he gave a curious impression of a mind of
the most sensitive susceptibilities, casting ont
fibers into every branch of human cuitare, and yet
shrinking on every side from the assertion of ulti?
mate principles or roots.' The "definite, gradual! y
springing into shape ont of the indefinite-thatis
Mr. Mill's, conception of almost every branoh of
taman knowledge. ,
The London Quarterly Review remarks: "The
mind of a child," says a wiso thinker, "is like the
?corn; ito powers are folded up, they do not yet
appear, buf they ara all there. Tho memory,.the
judgment, the invention, tho feeling of right and
menguare all m his mind, even of an infant just
horn- One by one they awake." His imagination
one of the earliest powers that awakens within
bim, even before he has passed thro jgh the mys?
teries of pan, and found out that being houKhtv
diOare from beag good-must be fed. Aid fed it
wiU be; either on the make-believe talk o' his sis?
ter Mary, nursing her dall, the idle stories of Bet?
ley, the nursemaid, when he is naughty, about
?bogey and the "black man,"' who carries off bad
boys, or about tho golden fairy who is to give him
tafley and gingerbread-when he is good. By-an"d
by, as he grows older, his sister Mary reads to
him, and at last he learns to read for himself tho
charming adventures of the "Fox and tho Crow "
"Billy-goat Crruff," "Sindbad the Sailor," or "Dia?
monds and Pearle;" the delicious history of "Puss
in Boote," the tragedy of "Blue Beard," or the he?
roic dram? of "Jack, the Giant Hiller.''
But whichever of these, or a hundred other such
delightful pages, . it bo, his faith is boundless.
Happiest of mortals, for a time at least, he can be?
have all he reads; with the one b&ppy;Taovisb .that
if it ia not.tme; it o^bght to be, ay.??dis, becauso
hisisiBter says so.. While he ia absorbed in the
nusfortones of the ?Tin Soldier" cr the "Ugiv
Duck," the breakfast bell is unheard, and dinner
unheeded; he is feasting in Dreamland, orr sth*
about in the Giant's Castle, or on those famous
cheesecakes of Queen Scheherezade, whose vital
charm was pepper. Not that he is forgetful of
steven while m the Ml pursuit of fiction. In?
deed he is always burning fer facto.. He wishes to
know wbat.gloBS nowhere Bobir.son Crusoe was
hprieaVhownmoh goldit takes .tomako-the?nside
? a watet; why tb* son soto- later ht June than
December, what fhundor is,' if the end Of th?'rahi?
OT^']??3??jT?n dt^,<?^ *r%?? ie, and a Otou
EH&2&5.2$^ ;^1^F?ftPa? not peing.,* ??jfc.
ifig endyclopodia, is not always ready to tell hin?.
A?d whatever answer he can obtain he is ready to
believe implicitly, as long as he ia dealt fairly
"Yet, though St. George and the Dragon, Ali
Baba and Robinson Crusoe, are in cae Bcnso aa true
tu him un tue history o? England, there oro shades
and decrees of belief in his own mind both as re?
gards tho domains of fact and fiction, whioh ho
cannot perhaps dofino, and of which he is scarcely
sensible, yot on which ho unconsciously acts; sot?
ting each'narrativo or story, talo or fabio, ro nancee
or chronicle, jn its own due placo, and giving to
each his own royal favor and approval as good, bad
or indifferent. A child in good sound health is in- <
satiably curious, his thirst for fiction of ono shape I
or other is quenchless, and if he nover asks ques?
tions, and cares nothing for 'Jack and tho Boan
stalk,' or tho 'Lad who wont to the North Wind,'
there is a screw loose somewhere- or other; he is in j
a morbid, unhoilthy stato of body or mind, pr ?ba
bly of both; his natural growth* and tastes, as a
child, aro becoming stunted and diseased; forced
into 8OIU0 narrow, petty channel, where ignorance
or bigotry will soon blot out tho freshness, grace
and light, that aro childhood's most precious pos?
Mr. Henry Crabb Robinson, ono of the earliest
and most devoted ot Goethe's English admirers
(he had inado tho groat poet's acquaintance early
in tho century, at Weimar), one of the coterie of
Coleridge, the attached friend of Lamb, died in his
ninety-socond year, at his residence, on Monday,
February 4. Ho was a man of great force of pur?
pose and general vigor of character. Ho was prob?
ably tho last survivor among the friends of Goethe,
Schelling, and a host of German celebrities; of
Wordsworth, Southey, Coleridge, Charles Lamb,
and all that eminont school. Mr. Robinson
was a native of Bury St. Edmunds. Ho
was intended for tho Bar, but he did not
begin to piactice until he had passed many
years of activity as a newspaper correspon?
dent. Ho was intimately connected with tho
late Mr. Walter, and was a special correspond?
ent of tho Times ; in this capacity he was with the
army at Corrunna. Having independence, ho did
not continue at the Bar ; and for more than thirty
vears ho lcd a literary life in London, among a
host of friends, who wero attached by his kindness
of heart, and attracted by his power of conversa?
tion and fund of knowledge. He was the living
historian of the eminent men with whom his earlier
life was passed. ' His Sunday breakfast parties and
his bachelor dinners W,U long be remembered by
those who enjoyed his hospitality, as filing some of
the most amusing hours of their lives. He was
grandly intolerant of any literary slight put upon his
own great literary friends, resonting a depreciation
of Lamb as a symptom of moral disease, and ridicule
of Wordsworth, even from a lady, as the fruit of
natural depravity. No one stood up for his friends
moro ably, generously and constantly, or assailed
what be thought worthy of censure with moro
opon and cordial blows. In literature and art the
value of his judgment was chiefly this-that ho
brought a character of much more than the usual
strength, of considerable humor, and of absolute
naturalness, to bear upon, subjects which are often
treated with tho mannerism and finesse of sensi?
bility. Mr. Robinson was for more than thirty
years an activo member nf -?Vi*
?jtv f>"ii-o-- Atrtiio was, so long as his age per?
mitted, tho connecting link between the Council
and the Professors. He preserved his faculties, his
memory, and his power of applying it, almost up to
the last. For some years he was infirm'in wallang;
but even in this there was muon recovery in the last
years of his life. A friend who, during the last sum?
mer, helped him in rearranging his library, found
that the work wont on very Blowly; every book had
its history and suggested its anecdotes. Until throe
days before his dea^h he was fit to open on any sub?
ject; on that day the loss of strength occasioned
by a slight attack of sciatica began to show itself
with decided effect; he soon became unconscious,
I and passed away on Monday evening with hardly
I any suffering. Mr. Robinson "wrote very little.
His longest tract was on the subject of his friend
Clarkson, in a controversy in which the Bishop of
Oxford and ot ners took part. He will be well re?
membered as long as those are alive who enjoyed
his convers?t-on; but unless the diary which it is
understood that he left should be published, he
will soon be forgotten. This ought not to be; for
ho was a man of mark, not only by bis own talents,
but by the close connection of his name and life
with the career of a very large number of his cele?
I LIVERPOOL-Per Norw bork Doodota-264 bales S land
1025 bales Upland Cotton, 423 bbls Bouin.
NEW YOEE-Per Bteamship Moneko-134 boles SI and
103 bales Upland Cotton, 6T tierces Bice, 232 bales
Yarns and Domestics, 312 Packages.
BALTIMORE--Ter steamship Seo Gull-158 tierces Bice,
21 bale? Cotton. 12 boles Bags, 20 begs Fruit, GO
Hides, G9 Packages. .
WILMINGTON, N C-Per sehr Sidney Price-15 casks
. Bice. . :
NEW ORLEANS-Per fecur Americas-460 tierces Rice,
SOO bags Peas, and Sundries.
Thc Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE .CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
. CHARLESTON, Wednesday Evening, March 13,1807. J
Tho -. aarkct was active, and with a good demand prices
advanced about a' half cent %t Va. Sales 451 halos, .say 2
at 25, 00 at 2G, 39 at 27, 69 at 27X> 172 at 28,35 at 28% and
36 at 2D cents. We quote :
Low Middling.27 ?27J?
Middling.-._.28 @- .
, strictMiddUn;_._.29 @- ?
.:. Wilmington Mn rite!.
?WILMINGTON, . March IL-ROSIN-The market was
easy with a fair demand, at prices established last weak.
Solos comprised 689 bbls as follows: 53 bbls common at
S3; 208 strained at S3 12Wa3 25; 177No 2 ot $3 87&C3 SO;
91 No 1 at $4a4 50; and 223 No 1 to pale ot 8? OOaS 70.
SPIBXTS TURPENTINE-lu firm, with sales of 155 casks
j at 63c, and 100 casks in bond' at 68 eta, for foreign ahip
Ostros TURPENTINE-The heavy freshet bas brought
11690 bbls to market, whioh were taken at 94 25 for Virgin
and yellow dip, and S2 80 for hard 5* 280 lbs.
.TAB-101 bbls sold at SI 65. '.."'>-. :
COTTON-There'was a little better' demand, buyers
seeming moro disposed to operate than factors. Sales
amounted to 55 bales, at 25>?a26c for Middling.
TIMBER-Two rafts sold at S7o8 25 for ordinary.
Angosto. Morlcet. . I -
AUGUSTA, March 12.-FINANCIAL.-Money : market
quiet. Gold-Brokers buying at 135 and Belling at 138:
Silver, buying at 130 and selling at 134. : . !. . :;""':
COTTON.-There has not been much improvement since
yesterday in the market. ' Prices continue the same-soy
about 27 cents for middling, and soles are rather less.
Soles of high grades of cotton - hove .been vary- limited.
Nearly all that was sold was stained or repacked. Sales
to-day amounted to 158 bales as follows: 5 st 23, ll at 24,
13 at 25,10 at 26, 12 at 26& 21 at 27,52 of27>i, and 34
boles at 28 cents. Receipts 87 bales.
Ifew Orlean] Market. -
NEW ORLEANS, March 9.-COTTON-The week end?
ing to-dxj closes with' a little better, feeling and mor? ac?
tivity In tho cotton,market "than was observable the last
two days. Sales to-day foot up 3500 to 4000 bales, at ir?
regular rates, but mostly within the range of 27*27%o
for ordinary, 28a28 >io for. good ordinary, 29s293io for low
middling, and 30a30)?o tor middling. /.?The sslflsjfsported
for the week amount to about 18,000Jbahss, against nearly
double this amount last week, . The, groes . receipts for
the week hos been 16,909 boles; and deducting 502 bales
received from Mobile, from'Texas mid Florida,' the net ;
week's receipts show ody 16,407 hales, against 20,000
bales last week, in ronna nuii?cr?, Phe week's exports
have been 22,325 bales, against 27,667 bales last - w wk. \
The exporto were 10,694 bales lo Liverpool, -Including '
four cargoes ; 8200 bales to Havre, four cargoes; ' 1285 to i
Barcelona, Spain; 1201 to Boston; 644 to New York, andi
351 bales to Philadelphia. And the stock on hand and ?
on shipboard, not cleared this cvoning, is 255,104 boles. \
lt will be seen by the figures that receipts are rapidly '
falling off.- At least two or three thousand bales short of
this week may be looked for in the figures of the next. A '
highly intelligent cotton dealer informs us of his knowl- i
edge of 1,600.000 boles thus far received at all points, vlsi- ;
ble to the public-exterior end interior-ports, landings
and stations. If so, os groot an amount will likely re- j
main over at all of said points for the season, as will yet
come forward in straggling lots from'plantations to these i
points, particularly if prices remain as low as at present.
So that a million and a half bales is likely to be near the
season's available quantity raised ia 1868 and left over
lrom the crop of1865. Tho bulk of the stock now in New
Orleans can, we believe, if thought profitable,-beheld !
over to next season. Fortunately it is not like sugar, to j
lose by drying up, or I??O grain, to bo eaten by rats. Tho
interest of the money will alane be the loss. Yet most
factors Ore willing to dispose of at least o good part of
their stocks at our quotations, ornear them. I j
DAILY COTTON STATEMENT. .: J'
Stock on hand 1st September, 1866........bales. .182,189 '
Received since yesterday................; .4,230 ?
Received previously....T................604,832-809,082 '
? '. : . > '? "? ' .-'741,201
Exported sinco yesterday................ 2,864 .
liaron 7,1867...:. i. .'290,104
- SOOAB AHI> LTrvr i mn,-Tho ? receipts since yesterday
include so- hogsheads of the former and 167 barrels of
(ne latter. Tba demand was only moderate; owing to the '
inclement weather, and the transactions were restricted
to 45 bids of Sugar ot 13)?c for good fair; 13J?o for ?nlly
fair, and 14o per lb for choice: In Molasses we - did not
boor of a single sale. The sales for the week include 744
hhds Sugar, 765 bbls of Molasses; the receipts 593 hhds
of Sugar and 654 bbls of Molasses. The exporte, 24 hhds j
or the former and 200 bbls of the latter.'.'? ' - .'
FREIGHTS-Tonnage is plenty and offerings for ship
ment more liberal, while rates are firmer. We no.
quote : By steam for New Kork, Tga-lc for cotton; by
steam to Boston, l>ic for cotton; by sail to New York
and Boston, %& %c for cotton; by steam to liverpool, ld
for cotton; by san 9-1 Od, and by ?Bil to Havre IJfc for
cotton. A ship was taken up full for Havre at 1 8-?60 for
cotton. ' ? '-?'". ;?' .. '-.-'.. - vtv - .". . : .-, .-.
Consignees per South Carolina It? Uro nd, -
Iv. March 13.
boles Cotton, 24 balea Mdze, 86 bags Grata 4 bbb
Rosin,1 car Staves. 2 cars Furniture; and Sundries.' To
Fraser & nm, 3 Marion, E H Rodgers k Co, Elhanan*:
Lunn eau !c Co, Uteey & Kenyon, D Murphy. W Lebbv. H
L Jeffers A Co, Willis & Chisolm, R B Agent; Ferguson & !
Holmes,' J Bancroft, Jr, H Cobla A Co/J UL Fredsbnra. J
Fraser k Co, J Wanter, L1 J King, J Campeen ss Cot M H1
Harrison, M McGoritz, Turnbull A Cfc. M Goldsmith A
Son; Mordecai & Co, Dewie A Moise, GW Williams 4 Co. i
J E Pringle, Thurston A Hohnes.. ?. '?? . .-.> '
Per steamship 'Monalta, for Haw York-A Dougherty
md wife, J Schmidt, A Miller, J W Dickerson, P Mead, B '
Cheney, Mrs C Merrick, D - O'Leary. Mrs, O'Lsurv and 2 ?
chuoren, J O'Brien, P Heatcliffe, and 4 steerage,i
Per steamship Saragossa, from-Now York-JB King
md lady. Bailey and lady, Mrs F 3 LippStt, Master Frank i
Pickering, Dodge, O Decker, H atender, Vf B Stanley, : F
I stanley, J Lynch, J Darniely, Mrs Bttchett, M MoCtd- ?
lough, J Meyer. 3 Lewis, B Yates, O S North, K H Gray.
Per steamer 'Dictator, from Jacksonville, Pttaika,
Fernandina, via Savannah-B T Beeves, lady and 2 Child- '
ron, Miss Peckham, Lieut Logan, Lieut J M J Sams, G
\nnour and son, G Wimte, E Taylor and lady, J Wilson
E H Bncklnghatfe J M OdeU, WB Wimborloy, Kn J Ma- -
laney. A W Cook,-J C Denny and lady, J M Piuington. J :
3ohen, W C Borden, M Hurshneld.-A A Wynn and lady
wm. Miss White. S J Ktaard, 3 B Rutledge, 3 Manigault,
r S Ranknlght, H R Mlxon,-J H C^TtxtaTw O Howie H
? Bushe, Capt Toni Paine, and 6 deck. aamte, M ^
Jeld and lady. Dr O J Hart, 3 E LsRoche, D J LoEocbe^
1 K Bates, A Hammond, L A Chadwick, Miss L McKee!
V JWhsley, Major C Buhn, O P Fitzattnons, OolW Lil
?urgor, 8 J Austin, and 22 deck.
PO'R'T 'OIT o'it ABX?I? STO W ;
Anrlv?d Testerda y.
D katoa k Co, Adams, Damon A- Co, 3 E Adoar * Co? 1
t W Airaar, Levy Ag Alexander, 3 B P AHey, CN Avcrili I
; Son, D A Arirme, A H Abrahams A gods, ? D Ahrens A '
Co, E Batea ?L Co, Vf M Bird & Co, H Bischoff * Co, C D
Brahe & Co. B M Butler, Bollmann Bros, H Bulwinklo. J
B Bredenberg, D Briggs, Blssell tc Co, J B Betts, BonnoB
ic Drummond, Brown & Hyer. E F Benedict, Cameron.
Bartley i Co, J A Cook ?c Co, S G Courtenay, E Cobla A
Co, T SI Cater. T Cordes, L Cohen, J Campeen A Co, H
Clarke A Co, W S Corwin A Co, Crane. Boy leaton lc Co, J
Con grove, B & AP CaldweU, W H Chafe?, Dowio A Moise,
L Drucker, E J Dawson A Co. Z Davis, J H Dovercaux.
M Drake, J B Duval tt Son, B L David. J & F Dawson, B
Flannagan, Dewing, Burkett A Co, Whitmore & Fergu?
son, J A Enslow tc Co, Ferguson & Holmes, B Feldman,
Foster & Judd. D F Fleming A Co. J S Fairley & Co, I L
Falk & Co, J Frank. Fogartles A Stillman, B Ford, Good?
rich Wlneman A Co, B Foley. Grubor A Martin. Goud
kop ic Beuthncr, B Gerdts ic Co. A G Goodwin. Agent, C
Gravoly. Gibbos .V, Co, J H Graver, Mrs M S GBrardoau,
I ?I Goodman. J Hyman A Co, Holme?' Book Store. N A
I Hunt. J Hurkamp & Co, J W Harrisson A Co, Hart A Co.
G H Hoppock, H Barris, J Hccsonian, Jennings, Tliom
linson A Co, C H Johnson, Johnston, Crews A Co, J & J
D Kirkpatrick. A B Jarvis. L F Kocstor, H W Kinsman.
H Klatto & Co, Klinck, Wickenberg A Co, C L Kornah
rens, J F Kelp, Kinsman & Howell, W Knoblcck, H H
Knee, T J Kerr & Co, J Klinck, Lauroy tc Alexandor, D
Lopez A Son, Lengnick A Sell, L Lorentz, ELafitte A Co, |
C Litschgi, D LBlionthal ic Co, J H & D Muller, Murphy.
Little & Co, Mantoue A Co, W McComb ic Go, S B Mar?
shall, Marshall, Burgo & Bowen. J Mann, Milnor, Wilbur
& Martin, J B McElhoes, W Matthicssan. J P Mickhort. A
MoLeisb, MuUer * Nimitz, F L Moyer, C H Moise, Mohr
tens A Wholtman, J B Morello, North, Steele A Wardell,
A Nachmann, J F O'NcUl & Son, J M OBborn, Ostendoril
tc Co, B O'Neill, J C Qjeman, Pierson & Co, B E Pennal,
C F Panknln, C P Poppe nh eim, J Purcell, D Paul & Co,
D J Quigley, J B Bead & Co. J Bugheimer. B 8 Eliott A
Son, ?avenel A Co, E H Kodgers & Co, W Roach, Bavo
nel & Barnwell, P Quinn, Richter A Hammond, G W Stet?
tens ic Co, Shopbord & Cohen, L Sehnen & Co. W Steele,
Strauss, Vanees & Co, B Stevens, J Small & Co, 8ilvoy A
Seligman, J Steilz, H Steitz, J Shaw, A O Stone, J B E
Sloan, A Tobias* Sons, J B Togni, J K Tovey, Ufferhardt
& Campsen, J H Voders, G A Visnanski, F Von Sant?n.
Werner & Ducker, B M Welch, J WUtberger, Wallace &
Bro, Wagoner, Heath t> Mons eos, WUlis ic Chisolm. G W
Williams A Co, J Wallach, J Walker, F Weyhman, Wurh
man & LUlionthaL P Walsh, Welch & Harvey, Wulburn
& Stelling, G L Wright, WG Whllden & Co, D B Williams
ic Co. J C Wohlers, J Arley, L Woiskopf, -E B White, H
S tender. White ic Mixer, Furchgott A Bro, McLoy & Bice,
McKay ic Campbell. Sunday, 10th, spoke tho Br brig
Two Marys, from Porto Elco for New York.
Steamship Patapsco, Noff, Baltimore-left Sunday, P
M. Corn and Mdze. To Willis A Chisolm. Jeffords ic Co,
W C Dukes A Co, C F Panknln, E J Fischer, H Badon
hop, J G Milnor, Graeser, Lee, Smith ic Co, Kondall A
Dockery, Order, and others. (The Bills of Tjtding of
this ship n't having been received, we aro unable to oub
Ush a complete list of the consignees.)
TJ S steamship Memphis, from New York, with provi?
sions for the destitute
Steamer Dictator, Coxettor, Palatka, via JacksonviBe,
Fernandina and Savannah. 113 bales S I Cotton, 1 bbl
Syrup, 1 bale Hides, 1 box and 1 bundle Bedding. To J
D Aiken & Co, Cohen, Hanckel A Co, G H Ingraham, H
L Jeffers, Strauss, Vanees & Co, Adams, Frost A Co, J tc
J D Kirkpatrick, Hunt Bros, J A Ens.ow & Co, G W Wil?
liams A Co, Pinckney Bro, W M Lawton, W B Williams.
Steamer W W Frazier, Torrent, Edisto and BockvUlo.
15 bales Cotton. To C Ii GuUleaume, W Gurney, Boper
& aliiaoy, G ja waiter ic Son, and Order.
Steamship Moneta, Lobby, Now York-Willis ic Chisolm.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenav *
? JE^^vrT,- ?_?m, Livcrpool-R T WaUror.
???T.I^ou^o6s, Now Orleans-T Tupper ic Sons.
Sehr W P Phillips, Somers, Little Biver, S C-H F Baker
Sehr Sidney Price, Stevens, Wilmington, N C-H F Ba?
ker A Co. . '
W.'nt to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Moneta, Lobby, New York.
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton. Baltimore.
Norw bark Deodota, Marcussen, Liverpool
Br brig Spartan, McPherson, Halifax, N S.
Brig MyroDUS, Higgins, West Indies.
Sehr Sallie Mears, Pine, Fortune Island, W L
Prom this Fort.
Steamship Manlmttan, Collins, New York, March 13.
PHASES Ol' THE KOOK.
New LL 6th, Ah. 18m. morn I FuB M. 20 th, 3h. 35m. morn
j First Q. 13th, 3b.27m. mom | Last Q. 28th, 2tu 26m. morn
LIST OF VESSELS ?.'.
X7P, CXEABED AND SAILED FOB THIS POST.
Ship Mary Ogden, Ooldrey, cleared-.Feb 14
Ship Missouri, Edward, sailed..Feb 13
Brem bark Everhard Delius, Helmholtz, dd.Feb 21
Brig Albert, Erricksen, sailed.'..Jan 22
The Effort, Hussey,-sailed.Feb 1
The Seaman,Doyle, sailed...Feb 6
The Blanch; Campbell, cleared.Feb 12
Brig Depesche, Lubke, sailed....Feb 15
I The AUen,Marten, sailed....?..Feb 5
I The Tregarthen, Steele, sailed.Jan 1
I The Sylph, Peters, aa?ed.....-...Jan 10
Bark B B Walker, Latham, cleared.Feb 28
Sehr Mary B Somers, Somers, cleared.Feb 27
I Sehr Transit, Stetson, cleared..............-.Feb ll
Steamship Adele, Hall, to leave.March 9
Brig San Antonio, Davis, cleared_..March 7
Sehr Franata, Hawkins, cleared..March 7
Sehr E C Howard, Nlckerson, cleared..March 2
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, cleared.March 5
ScbrlAUy, Francis,-up...'...-...March 6
Sehr Mountain Laurel, Langley, up.March 9
j tfhH?rpnTiip tmmiw?, Kelly, sailed. . i..March ll
I Sehr A C Austin, Willard, cleared..Feb 2C
:.~ ' / .BALTbuOUE...
Steamship Star pf the South, Whitehead, up.. .March 1
Brig Jennie Acorn, Acorn..up....._........-March 8
Brig Gen Marshall, Ellis, cleared.March 4
Brig Ohas E Savage, Graham, up...........Feb 18
Sehr Mary E Amsden, Smith, up...Feb 22
Sehr Ella Fish, WUey, up.Feb 26
Sehr Menawa, Dissoway, cleared.March 2
Sehr Ella Hodson, Hodson, cleared.:.March 2
Sehr May Munroe, Munroe, cleared..March 4
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Stoelman, up.March 8
Sehr Curlew, Haskell, cleared.March 7
Sehr -Brining Sun, Hastings, cleared.March 7
Sehr Lucy A Orcutt, Butler, cleared............March 9
?ft" T> nZCBKOND. "
! Brig Nenie Mitchell,-. up.......-.:.March -
BNG?NEEB8 ANB FOUNDER^
Office and Wcrki, PaUamn, Jfew Jersey
' WAREHOUSE,' No. i DEY STREET, N. Y.
TtiiSTtBTJFACTDBEBS OF STATIONARY AND POBT
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General SuppB^s for Railroads and other Machine Shops;
Judson ti Snow's Patent Governors. Saw Mills, Cotton
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GRAESER, ME, SMITH & CO.,
j Cotton Factors, Commission and
?" Forwarding Merchants, <
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DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
For the Handkerchief. ?
MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA
? GRANT PEEFUME, Distilled from the Karo and
Beautiful Flower from which it takes its name,
i MANTJFACTOEED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
BEWAEE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOB PHALON'S-TAKE NO OTHER.
Sold hy Druggists gonerally, and
Sold at "Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WHAN & CO.,
January 21 ,_mthlyr
Cures oil diseases caused by
rhea. Seminal - Weakness.
Night - Emiesionz, Loss of
i Memory, Universal Lassi?
tude, Painxin the Back,LHm
-nesa of Vision, Premature
1 Old Age, Weak Nerves, D'ffl
\cult Breathing, Pal? Gountt
' nance. Insanity, Consump?
tion, and all diseases that fol.
Iowas a sequence of youthful Indiscretions.
The Cherokee Cure will restore health and vleor,
stop the emissions, and effect a permanent cur?
. after all other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
para pamphlet sent In a sealed envelope, free to any
. Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles for S5.:" 861d
.by ?U drnmlsfs; or will bo sent by egress ?to any; !
portion or th?'world," on** receipt bf price, by'th? '
Dr. W.'.B. MERWIN, 37 ?Walker. St., BVX...
Cures all Urinary Com?
plaint?, viz: Gravel, Inflam?
mation, of the Bladder and
Kidney?, Retention of
Urine, Strictures of the
Urethra,. Dropsical Swell?
ings. Brick Duet Depomts,
and all diseases that require
a diuretic, and when used in
conjunction with the
doe! notfail to euro Gonorrliea, Gleet and all Stu- .
emt Discharges in Malo or Female, curing recent
cam in. from one to three days, ond ls especially
recoaxtnonded ta those cases of Fluor Allin* or
WKtes in Females. Tho two medicines used In
conjunction will-not foll to remove this disagreeable
complaint,- and in those cases where other medicinas
have boen used without success.
Trice, Bemody, One Bottle, $2, Three Bottles, $5.
- !.? Injection, ? u ?2, " . . ." . . ?5.
The Cherokee " Cure,'" " Remedy," ond " Injec?
tion' ore to be found In nil well regulated drug
Btores, and oro recommended by physicians and
druggists all over the world, fer their intrinsic worth
and merit. Some unprincipled dealers, however,
1 try to deceive their customers, by selling chesp ond
worthless compounds,-in order to moko money
In place of those. Be not deceived. If tho drug
gilts will not bay thom for y. :., writo to us, ond we
will send thom to you by expre? securely packed
and free from observation, we treat all diseases to
.which the human system ls subject, and will be
pleased to receive full and explicit statements from -
those who have failed to receive relief heretofore.
Ladies or gentlemen cnn address ua in. perfect con?
fidence, vie desire to send our thirty-two pace
pamphlet free to every Indy and gentleman In the
hud, Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
OT ul vice, to the solo proprietor}. - - . <5*
. Dr. W. B. MERWIN. 37 Walker St., N. X.
Jta-THE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT.
I TEES ta without precedent In the history of the world.
I Then ls no secret In the matter. Thoyare at once the
moat speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity : can. always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flower, Wintergreen, Anise, Oloverbuda, Oronge-pfsel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
,: jf ';? S.-T.--1860-X, &a ; /lf
' They are especially raeommended lo clergymen,' pub
ho speakers, and persons of literary habits and. rs?si -
tory life, who require (rec dlgostlon, a reliuh for food,:
I ind clair menial faculties. .
Dollcato females and weak parsons are certain to find
tn these Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify,- strengthen and Invigorate. "
Theyereate a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet. '
They overcome effocia of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system, and enliven tho mind. :
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They purify tho breath 'and acidity of the stomach,
They cure, Pyspepaia and Constipation. ' ?".
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.'
They sra the best Bitters in the world. They moke.
th? weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
I reston?. ? '.-i .-.';*<St f- <?_...' - - ;?
The toBowln? startling and emphatic statements can
be aeon at our office.
Letter of Bev. S. F. OUASB, Chaplain of tho 107th Sew '
I York Begh-nent: : . ; vaUr n ?? Hs: ";t-rMv,
- NIAU Ao^rUXA. Oazac, March 4th, 18C3.
Owlqrjto'the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion attar the battle of Antietam", I waa utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick,. My stomach* would not retain medi?
cino. An article called. Plantation Bitters, prepared'by
Dr. DSAKE, cf New York, was prescribed.Ito give me
Htraogta and on appetite. To my great surprise1 they
governs Immediate reliai ' Two bottles almost allowed
me to jeda my regiment. * * * * I have since seen
them used in many oases, and sm free to say,. for hos?
pital er private purposes I know of nothing like them.
* 'U-TC* . .'7*8V* GBASS? Ohaplain.
?'j .' PS s.? ,*.? '.J- ' .'' . I- '..'.".-.' A i. ;t 'JL'.ZCA
. Letter from the Bev. N. E. Qm?, St. ClairavHle, Fa,
QYXTUXXXX:-You were kind enough, on a formar oc?
casion, to send xas s half dozsen bottles at Plantation
Bitten for S3 60.. My wife having- derived so muon
benefit from tha use of these Bttiervl da-ira ." to
continue them, and yon will please send ad slI bottle,
JTam7 Very mnrr-nrns/
" 1 R./& OIL"*, pkstor Qer^T!?.'ohiirun,;
' jfrupgny HOU-E,' sprxaiM'riuii??rsfa Ornea-, I .
.". . ...? - V '. m. . .' .
I have gtve? your Plantation Bitters to hundreds ol
eur noble soldiers who slop her?, more or tess disabled
from various csnaoa, and the effect ia msxveltous. and
gratifying, sn 'MU,
Such a preparation os this la I heartily wish In every
family, ic every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. - -O. W. D. ANDBEWS, Sapsrlntendent. &
Dr. Vi A CHZLDS, Burgeon of the Tenth Vermont Ee
gimenl, writes:-"I wish every soldfor had s bottle" of
Plantation Bltiers. They sro tba most effektive, per?
fect, and harmless tonie I over used.'' ' .
' WirJuns's HoTSL, 1
. WASHTHOTON, D. O., Moy 22d, 1863. f
QssTLsacai:-"We .require another. supply of. yopr
Plantation -BitterB, the popularity o which daily In
Croatti with ths guests of our house. '
- .- BesnectfaUy, .
. ..,",,. Sl^isB, OHADWICE i CO. .'
io. .*'-../' Ho, "fie,'"'
Be rare that'ovtpry bottle bears the. fac-sunBe ?f our
?tgnatore on . steel plate label, with our private a temp
brer tl? cort,' 1 .
P. E. BRASE & CO,
' ' ' - '"' NO. 302 BBOADWAY, N, Y. '
Bold by aQrespectable Druggiste, phyalbans, <3rocar
SSJOOBI,?ndootottoyHt^tolsdemura. ';. '-.^jj
ittril'ii '"" v> "?*." .- -.--? . --.?- '. .*(h^,"
_JAWSJ *!!1? Vit
d'In four weeka, by Dr.
OF LITE. Dr^ B^oord Iptjhria}, ofter years of earest BO
licltatioa, has ot ?or?th acceded tb thc earnest requests
of tho American public, and appointed an. Agent In New
York fx the aale^hlsvortiea sSni^^jrUed Essence
of Life, This wonderful agent wiB? restore manhood to
the mott shattered constltutlcma, whet&er -rising from
iirae.roqrnred to euro the mest %veta*b9i,case ts. fOrS
whioh ire very simple, failure is impossible;:. This life*'
restoring remedy should bo taken .bj an shout to"marry,'
as. Its cfeotssre permanent. . It ia a^khowledgod by/ ; tho
modlcal press to be the ip-iU?^';?^itsM-^^^S?^
Boruc?ons for uso, at S3, or fourquaaatics in dno for $9,
and witt be sent to any part, carefully pocked, on receipt
of remittance to his accredited agent. ...... 7 -.'. "."Xl". -
. - _? : PHILIP BOLAND, '
March 38' ly - No. 34 Lir^rty etotety^Naw York,
A 'LABOE WEEKLY, 'lit IB3UED ?TVEBY,* T?tT?BB- I
G. E. ELFOBD.1
f.?vv?'Wj? Kit-:?"''.. .? ' . ' . .?.'- ' -.'?>>?":
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP,
THIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE?
SCRIPTION ol' one of the best, female physicians and
nurse? In tho United States, and has been unod for thirty
years with never-falling safety and success by millions of
mothers for their children.
It ne* only relieves the child from pain, but invigorates
i?io stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
and energy to tho whole system.
It will almost instantly relievo .
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND-COLIC.
We believe it is tho best and surest remedy in tho
world, in all cases ol' DYSENTERY and DIARRHOA in
children, whether it arises from Teething, or from any
Be sure and ask for
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP.
Having thc fae Bimilo or CURTIS lc PEBKXNS on the
ALL OTHERS ARE BASE IMITATIONS.
For sale by tho Wholsalo Agents,
DOWIE & MOISE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLtSTON HOTEL.
February 16 stuihlmo
mHISiDELICIOUS TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
JL for the uso of the
Medical Profession and the Family,
is now endorsed by all the prominent Physicians, Chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, as possessing all those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic) which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
We trust that our established reputation-founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin?
dicates our claims to public confidence, and guaran?
tees the excellence of this Standard Article.
Put up in cases containing one dozen bottles each, and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, Ac
A M. BIN INGER & CO,
[Established 1778.] Solo Importers,
No. 15 Beaver street. New York.
Opinions of tile Press.
The Biningers, No. 15 Beaver street, havo a very high
reputation to sustain, as tho oldest and best house in
New York.-Home Journal. '
The houBo of A. M. Bininger A Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, bas sustained, for a period of eighty y ara, a repu?
tation that may well bo envied.-A". T. Evening Post.
GOODRICH, WILEMAN & CO.,
:.. . .'? NO. .153 MEETING STREET,
? ?. Opposite Charleston Hotel.
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KCIXg & CASSIPEY,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
. Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January. 29 tuths 6mo
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AND NOISES UV THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Remedy
AND MODE OE TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BBEAES ,UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
Fountain Head, and removes at once aB tho wretched
symptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Pain in the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of the Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsivo Breath, Snapping Sounds in the
Ears,'Absent-Mindedn ess, Mental Depression, Dimness o?
Vision,' Sore Throat, Hacking Cough; restores the sense
of Taste and Smell, and permanently cures the disease m
aD ifs-types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and mode of treatment. Uko the disease,
ls peculiar. In consists of thc inhalation of harmless li?
quids from the palm of the hand. The immediate relief
it affords is alone worth ten tunes the cost of tho reme?
Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa?
tion joevOT boforo published. 'Cudiat our nearest Agency,
or send a stamp for it
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street,
New York. . ? . ? ? . ,
Drs. RAOUL & LYN AH,
. . , .. j ? ; . ,. CITY-APOTHECARIES,
November-1 ? thstngmoi li Agent for Charleston.
KRAUSHAAR & CO,
THE MOST EKTBOVKD
?BAND AND S Q U ASS
Fall Iron Frame and Overstrung Baan,
MANUFACTORY. n WAREHOUSE
?avie . West Houston-street. Mo. 1:
. sd HEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
"pHB UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM OB.
J. KRAUSHAAR At CO., are practical Plano mater?
and aa such have had a large experience in conneorioi
-vlthscme Ol the.best Establishments in this connu;
and Europe'. Their" ' lanes 'are ruado not merely fci
them, runt ty them, ai dunder their immediate person! I
a-ipcTTiidTO..i>i'Oxheyiillow no instrumenta to leave then
fie tory and yass into the hands of their patrons, nnlen
taey have a poweiv evenness, firmness and roundness o
tone, an elasticity of touch- without wbioh no .Instill.
neut ought to bo satisfactory to the public-aa well I '
tait durability in construction, which enables lt to. I?
nain in ta i and to withstand sudden changes pf ten.
lera ture and exposure to extrema neat and cola, whirl
are sometimes unavoidable.
They will at all times be happy to ace the profession
and the public at their Warerooms, and invite compati
son between their own -Pianos and -those ol anjr otk?!
ASTON KRAUSHAAR......TOBIAS HAM?
CHARLES J. BOHONEMANN. J-V
. April 36
oL?W. AND .C0LLE?TI01? OFFICE,;
i???r Sfr and 40 Park ?cw. ' '- .? '-.?
. ISAAC DAVES A, ' ?
?; GBO KGB B. YOUNG, J NEW YOBS, "
G2RARD L. MCKENZIE; )
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF TOBEIGN OOLLPC
TIOS BUSINESS Ot Mesar A BIRNEY, PB?H
HHS & FLANDERS, we .will attend so the coUactSon Ot
patt dna and maturing cl arma throughout the Units'
- - OOUMISSIOBMB8 FOB ALL TEM HT AT SS.
Janttsrv # . _
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|l'4' , ?5t> PfPOKTEBS ANO P2AX,EB8 IK '?
~HO;~13 3GEWIS, ABD NO. 9~'T ^WHARF,
ii i, I.'- j POSTO?. - L i
Advances" made on Consignments of Bf'ee ana Cottoi.
to our address.
References, by permission : To Messrs. JAME? Aban
it flo,, ."Messrs.. BX?E KT BAOTOKM ex Go.. Oharieston, S.
?roo?* _ Oexnrmr 1
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: ATANTTFKi V1' 11K V. KS ANTV. lil?tT.VBH TW' .? .
RAILROAD 'i^rCAB;.E^?N?fe' I
:'? ' ->-*~"' - isn ' ' " ' '
?: ? Machinery of Every Description . .
-. ... .... .AXSO,-.
TAFT'S PATENT ; ROIilNG LEVER ) SHEARS |
Vo. 50 Court lr?nd-st., corner - ot Greenwich,
RAILROAD AXLES, ' WHEELS, CHATBS, SPIKES,
, ^BOlts, Nuts, Washers, Car, Ship and Bridge Bolts,
tren Forgings of. various kinds, tte,, Ac ,. r -.?
STEEL AN O RUBBER SPRINGS, LOCOMOTIVE AND
HAND LANTERNS, Portable Forges and Jack Screws,
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Also,-2 Agents'for'the manufacturers of CAB HEAD
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November g fa gg| |g yy, i j.-"_'. Tj rntnefje
MANUFACTURERS AND PATEST
. ,EE8 of theolebratod COMBINATION
- CRADLE AND BABY TENDER, Pr?
belling Hor?e?"acd all kinda of Rock?
ing Horses, Invalid C hairs, with double
, and. single'Wheela, from $25 tot$46?
Ohlidr^n'S Carriages. Paney and Varnished Wagons,
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Depot, No.. ?38 BROADWAY. .Manufactory, No?. 449,
ISO, 451 ?nd *5* WEST STREET, New York. 5
ES ^?SCET?ENf ' ADVEBTISING MEDIUM, .yw
.^5?,?Si8?hi." Send on your cards and increase
i^to?*rffl?7i^-p,Ther??tio4n^ to equal sgSg
nk-it has made'many a fortuneT^^
Tenn?i for ths pspar-?3 pte^amttna. tn advance.
?06nb?^bytteyear?iior sut iontb& alkmlnirarhr
changing, on more mvorahleitaettisl^^Sa^
'WSrarnhM-tj WSr^T A. BBONSON,
MUCKERING & SONS,
NO. 652 BROADWAY
CHECKERING & SONS
(?rand: Square and Upright
ABB SOW. AS THEY EVES HAVE BEEN, CON
SIBEBED the best lu America, having been
SIXTY-sriVB PRIZE MEDALS,
Of -which fonrtdoo were roontvAd fn tho months of Sep?
tember and October, 1806, and first premiums over all
competitors at tho different principal Fairs in this
oountry, and the PRIZE MEDAL ot the
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON.
THALBKRO S OPINION.
I consider Chickering ft Sons' Pianoa, beyond com?
parison, the best I have seen in America.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instrumenta.
It Is witta feelings o! pride as American manufacturera
that we publish the following testimonials, which have
been received by ns recently:
Received, during the month of August, 1866.
LONDON, July 25, 1867.
MresBS. CHICKENING A HONS-Gouts: I havo much
pleasure in enclosing a document signed by the first
composers, musicians and profosaora in Europe. I held
your Pianos in such high estimation (vide my certifi?
cate) that I felt it my duty to take one of them with me
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion of my professional
brethren. The enclosed certific?te will prove how
unanimous they have been on tho subject. I beg to
forward, ot the same time, a letter I received from my
friend, Mr. Collard, which I am sure must be gratify?
ing to you.
I have the honor to bo, gentlemen, yours very truly,
JAMES M. WEHLI.
LONDON, January 14,1886.
Jamel M. Wehli, Eeg.:
Ms DEAB Sra: I have great pleasure in asking you to
convey to Messrs. Chtckering the expre-slon of my
highest approval of their instrument It is, I condder,
cot merely the best Instrument cf American manufac?
ture that I have tried, but one of the finest Grand Piano
: fortes that han ever como under my observation; and
the Messrs. Chlckerinc may well be proud of having
turned ont from their manufactory an instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, it
would be very difficult to surpass In any part of the
Bear sir, very sincerely yours,
CHAS. D. COLLARD.
Firm of Collard & Collard, Piano-forte Manufacturers,
LOUDON, August 22, i860.
James if. Wehli, Esq.:
Mr DEAS Sra: As you are going back to the United
States. I must beg yon to remember mo kindly to the
Messrs. Chickening. Tell them I was delighted with
their Grand Piano-forte-as good an instrument, I think,
as was ever turned out, both in touch andter :
Wishing you, &c, I romain ever ti J ly,
H F. BBOaJDWOOD,
Firm of L Broadwood & Sons, Piano-forte Manufac?
LONDON, July 20, 1S66.
Messrs. Chickering <t Sons:
GENTS : I hove Inst been invited by Messrs. Collard to
try a Grand Piano-forte manufactured by you, and I
hove no hesitation in endorsing the opinion or my old
friend, Mr. C. D. Collard, viz: That it ls the finest in?
strument I over played on.
Believe me, gentlemen, most faithfully yours,
J. L. HATTON.
Testimonials from the most distinguished Artists in Europe
ta Meiert. Chickering ct Sons:
LONDOK. July 25, 1866.
Having played upon a Piano-forte made by Messrs.
Chickering & Sons, of Boston and Now York, I have
much pleasure'in testifying to its general excellence.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tons, ' delicacy of
touch and magnificent power, for concert purposes, I
consider it a really GRAND PlANO-rottTE, AND DECIDED?
LY THE BEST I HAVE SEEK Off AMERICAN MANUFACTURE.
ARABELLA GODDARD. GIO LO BEGONDL
G. A. OSBORNE. - ALFRED JAELL.
W. K?HE. LINDSAY SLOPES.
JULES BENEDICT. J. M?SOHELES,
M. W. BALr E. Prof. of Conservatoire de
OHAS. HALLE. Leipzig. .
BBINLEY RICHARDS. a AUTHUR CH APPEL.
BENE FAVAttbEB. Director of Monday Con
SYDNEY SMITH. certs, London.
Among the chief points of excellence of the Chicker?
ing Pianos, of which speak the renowned artists in their
ooo gratula rory testimon?ala to the Mesara. Ohlckertng,
are the greatest possible depth, richness and volume of
tone, combined with a rare Brilliancy, clearness, and
perfect evenness throughout the entire scale; and,
above all, a surprising duration of sound, the pure and
eym.patb.euo quality of which never changes tinder the
most delicate or powerful touch.
Daring the past forty-three years' this firm has mann.
In the construction of which they have introduced avery
known and valuable Improvement. They have invaria?
bly been selected and used by all of the world's ac?
knowledged great artists -who have visited this country
professionally, both for private and public use.
I consider Chittering it Sons' Pianos, bayoud <
norla on. the boat I bara over seen In America.
GOTOS CHALK .
I consider OMckering tt Sons' Fiance superior to ans
tn the World. . ' :.i "\ .:'- :--,. Tr?
ines are unrivalled for their einging qualities and. ms
the. harmonious roundness of their tone. There ls a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the register?. The
upper notes axe remarkable for a atearaeaa and purity
which I do not find in any other instrument, whilo the
base is distinguished for power without harahnses and
for a magnificent sonority; rr
Your Fiancs are Wipe ri or to any I have ever seen in
this country or in EurotM. . : .
I have never heard a .ton? so perfect; it yields every
expression that la needed in muslo, and its quality la
capable of chong? to meet every sentiment. This si a '
rare power, and ls derived from the perfect purity of
Ita tone, together with its sympathetic elastic and well
balanced touch. ? "
During th? past eight years I have constantly pissed
apon the Justly celebrated Erard Piaoos; youl* are the
inly instruments that I have found, either here or in
Europe, to equal them ia all their points of excellence.
It may bs sotlafactory to our patroris said friends
among tue pnblioat large to state that testimonials hay?
jeen received . from all the leadhsg artists who have
rt-itod or are now residing in tue United states,* law of
vhoso names, besides thoso above, Wo append: '
?EO.DE.MEYEB. -'??'- ? GDSTAV SATTEB.
LLFBEDJAKL. J. BENEDICT.
I. t ANDERSON. M. STRAKOSOH.
i. HOFFMAN. ": tVLUXtC "'':-::'
-.is . ABTHUB NAPOLEON, " - ?
And inany others. . , - .-?.-,?"'; ru
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THE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
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ralley of Saratoga lt? virtues are such ne have secured
it thc high encomiums of all who have used it, jtossess
Ing, as lt does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic, qualities.
Froui SAMUEL HES KY DICKSON, M. P., ITofessor
Practico of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, l-hila
ilelphla, formerly of Charleston, S. C.:
PHILADELPHIA, November 15,1865.
I have been fora year or mon' past iu thc habit ot
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Accustomed during thc great portion ol my invalid lito
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upon them tor much of tho comfort I enjoy, I aui satis
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other amoeig them, ii not more to, to tho purposes lor
which they uro generally employed. Il is very airrceable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively and
sparklfrig. ? ? * I ean heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to oil who need a gentle cathartic and
diureUc. SAMUEL HEN HY DICKSON, M. H.
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November 2T_ _ lyr
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RAT, ROACH, ETC., EXTERMINATORS;
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"Costar's" Bed-Dug Exterminator,
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Is for Moths, Mosquitoes, Ficos, Bed-Bugs,
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Og- See that "COSXAB'S" name is on each Bos, Bottle,
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No. 157 MEETING oTltEET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
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aS~ And by HENRY B. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y.
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No. 157 MEETING STREET,
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as- And by HENRY B. COSTAR, Depot No. 4SI Broad
wav, N. Y.
SS- And by DOWTE tc MOISE.
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Oooosite Charleston HotcL
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. No. 854 King-street, Charleston, s. C.
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?r Bottles," $1. V:
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' aa- And by HENRY B. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y.
49* And by- DOWTE & MOISE,
yo. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
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No. 854 King-street, Charleston, S. C.
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MS- And by HENEY B. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad
vay, N. Y. -
les- And by DOWTE A- MOISE,
. No. 157 MEETING STREET.
Opposite Chai leaton Hi itel. .
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN, ....
. No. 354 King-?troc?, Charleston, S. C. .,
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ay, N. Y. ".'.y-;':;;:;;.'
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:. jKii ' -y.r.a Opposite Charleston Hotel.
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