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Sweet Amy asked with pleading eyes,
" Dear Charlie, teach me, will you.
The words I heard your captain say
. I should so like to drill you."
. "What, little one, you take command ?
Well. Amy, I'm quite willing ;
.V In such a company os yours
I can't have two much drilling.''
M Stand over there, and sing out clear,
lila this-" Squad stand itt ease 1"
Oh Chirles, you'll wake papa ap stairs,
Don't shout like that, dear, please."
" I stsnd at ease, hie this, you see,
And then I need scarce mention
The next command you have to givo
Is tina one, - Squad-attention I' "
" Now, Amy, smartly, after me,
(Xou;re sure, dear, lt don't 1 oro you ?)
1 . . . ?orw?jid. quick march-halt-front-right dross
There now, I'm close before you."
" Present arms-well, it does look odd,
Yon don't believe I'd trine ;
We hold our arms just like this,
In drill withont the ride."
?. Noir say, 5 Sainte your officer,'
Oh Charles, far shame, how can you ?
I thought that you were at ?-ac trick,
You horrid, cheating man you." .
Charlee " ordered arms ;" without command,
She smoothed the rumpled hair,
And pouted, frowned and blushed, and then
Said softly, "Asyou were." - '
PROCEEDINGS OF COUNCIL.
THTRTY-SIXTH REGULAR MEETING.
:'- - - CoTJNCTL CHAMBER, March 12, 18G7.
Present'-The Mayor, and Aldermen Ravenel,
Wragg, Gerdts, Small, O'Neill, St?inmeyer, Willis,
Olney, Oakes, Honour, Marshall, Enston, Whilden,
. Butler, Earle, Courtenay and Pringle-18.
' Minutes of the last meeting confirmed. The
following matters disposed of :
Applications for Licenses from B. Schur, E. W.
Eborhardt, Jacob Bullwinkel & Co., and Mrs. H.
O'Donnell. Referred to Committee on Licenses.
- Petition of a large numb o r of tax paying citizens,
praying that a plank or shell road be laid on Meet?
ing street, from Spring street to the city limits.
Referred to ?bmmicieee on Streets. .
jj. .. ..TbeJollowing communication was granted :
.CHARLESTON ALMS HOUSE, )
.w*->. ?> March 12th, 1867. f
To the Eoncrablt the Mayor and Aldermen of Charleston:
s ? GESTLEMEN: I have been directed by'the Commission?
ers of the Poor to forward to you the following resolu?
tion, adopted at the lost regular meeting. The officer
f r alluded toil essential to the Board, and, unless ho re
V coves an ir crease of pay, his valuable ser rice s will Boon
:\ '.'''Volo?Ll Bof ore tho war the office of Book and Door
* ' Keeper waa always filled by an inmate of the House, but
at present wo havo no ono suited for the position, and
' the sew arrangement of distributing the rations from the
' House requires the services of ah honest and able, ac-,
i oountant Very respectfully,
_.- - Tour obedient servant,
, . . JOHN L. DAWSON.
Chm'n Com. Poor. .
Resolved, That application be made to Council for an
. Increase of two hundred dollars salary to Book and Boor
?3 ?. Keeper, on account of tho great increase of his duties,
,?> Jj since the rations of the outdoor Tensioners have boen
distributed from the: House-the t ature o? the duties
: noir performed by the Clerk requi ring an able and h ou?
est man, who ls a good accountant
Commuincation from tho Board of Eiremasters"
reporting that a number of posts to mark the loca-'
t?on of ?xo wells were still required, and asking for
' authority to have the same done. Laid over till
. next meeting.
. Returns of ? City Sheriff for Eebruary, 1867,
showing :mi.65-100, and Harbor Master $421.64
100 pala hito the City Treasury. Received as in?
L. Th? following Report of the Captain of Police
was received as information:
BXPOEX OT THU CAPTAIN OT POLICE, TO BXB HONOB THE
MATOS QI'THE CITY OF CTTATtr.raTOy, SHOWTSq THE SUM
Bia OT 17KBSOX8 ARRESTED TS THE CTXT OT CHARLES?
TON DUIUHQ THU MONTH OF J ANUA ET, 1867, AND
SHS OATT?K OT THUIR' ARREST.
Asaault and Battery..
Applicants for Lodging.
Committee! for Safe Keeping...
Indecent exposure of person...
Intox' "?icu, lying down in the
Intoxica tic n and Disturbing the
Soaped from jail.
Lodged b;r Collector of Port
BecelTing Stolen Goods..
Trespass upon Premises.
Violation af City Ordinances.,..
Found rick hi street.:.
Chimney Contractors for neglect
Fonn^doi d in S tree t.
Dbftilnng Spirituous Liquors..-.
Delivered to Sheriff.
' Bemired io Magistrate.
Beferred 1? Becorder.
?est to Ci ty Hospital.
Sent to Alms House.
. Sent to (k-rone-.............
Confined in Guard House...
Delivered to U. S. Marshal.
Totalii..^. 135 ? 109| ai| 274
??jabippt cf Fines imposed at Mayor's Court.$569 00
Amount cf Fines paid by Prisoners.. 504 50
' Amounti*id to Policemen. 300 60
. Balance paid to City Treasurer.... 204 00
Amount cf Fines deducted from Pay of Police- 445.76
In addition to tho above, thirty-three caaes of obstrue
, tums in tlie streets and eight alarms of fire were reported
during tie month. These were respectively referred to
die Qty inspector and Chief of tho Fire Department
Forty? head of noises, cows. Goats, &c, tic, were
? - takenup going astray, oontrary to City Ordinance, and
' were disposed of accordingly. Sixty-seven cases wero
',' reported >y the detoctivoa under Lieut Hendricks.1
'. v I do.heicbv certify that the above is a correct, report
"tai taken from the Mayor's Morning Report Books for
Upper and Lower Wards. C. B. SIG WALD,
':T,'. Captain of Ponce.
' March 7,1867, received, as per above statement two
hundred and four dolUn. (8304).
.?2 /. \r . . B. T." WHILDEN, for City Treasurer.
? ? Uh? ft flowing bills were referred to the Commit
; tee on Accounts :
I'SSj Gas 'tight Company..S2W8 02
r^,I)^Svm........_............ 375 00
REPORTS OF COarSOTTEES.
"' ' Alderman Courtenay, from Special Committee
... on 8t Michael's Clock, asked for further time to
? xaport, ?Mob. was granted.
... By Alderman Earle :
The Alderman of Ward No. 3, to whom was referred
the petition of sundry citizens in the vicinity ot Went?
worth and Meeting si Teeto, to have the water trough rt -
moved f.*om its pr?sent location in Wentworth street
beg leave to report that they have given it a careful con?
sideration, and believe it to be a nuisance and a great
JAMES P. EARLE.
I ; . . : B. M. BUTLER.
- \ By Alderman Gerdts :
* . Tho undersigned Committee, to whom has been re
' f erred the letters received from the authorities of several
af the Western.cities respecting the practicability of in
v trouncing the Nicholson navement in our city, beg leave
. . to report: The Nicholson pavement is constructed in tho
foHcrwin g w ann er: the street tobe paved is first proper ly
? graded and levelled, and then covered with one-inch
boards, which have been previously tarred, or, asia
preferable, immersed in boiling tar, prepared in iron
tanka. The seams between the boards to be closed so as
: to prevent the moisture of the ground to strike upwards.
I Upon tills bod of boards are placed blocks of wood sn
nuchea long, about eight or ten inches wide, and three
. inches i?hici, the lower part likewise to be immersed in
boiling tar, then to be placed in a row, and fastened at tho
.- baso with a lath, one inch thick; and in this way the street
ia paved, then the channels are carefully packed with stone
gravel, ol tile size not leas than one-quarter of an inch,
nor mere than three-quarters of an inch, to bo previous?
ly heat?d, and to be nhed to the level of the pavement,
then coal tar, boiled down to a proper consistency,
Should be poured, in ita hot state, thoroughly into and
among the hot or dry gravel, very soon after which the
I gravel should be rammed with usual instruments. Tho
whole rarfaee of the pavement should be well covered
with hat tar,; and a covering of sand or fine gravel, two
inches thick, should be spread over the wholo. Not lesa
than ttTO and two-thirds of a gallon of tar should be used
jj to the square yard of the pavement. A street constructed
I in this way, the inventor claims, will last from twelve to
sixteen years, and to require but little ropairs.
Thei-e can be scarcoiy any doubt, a street paved with
such a care, would lost as long as tho inventor claims,
even ta our Southern ch mate, and there is further full
reason to believe that such a street would add to tbs
clenliress and health of the city. How far this pave?
ment lias proved a success in other cities, we will give
the statements received :
City Surveyor of MtlwauMe, says :
The Nicholson pavement has boen in uso in this city
since 1862. It has given very good satislactlon, being
^preferable to the ordinary stone paevments on business
lint Chi account of tho greatly diminished wear iud
tear qa veniales of varions kinds, also on teams-horses
being able to obtain a much better footing on this clasB of
pavement, and consequently the greater ease tn tho
. draft uf vehicles over the same.
S Second, On account of the great diminution ofthat
jarring, deafning noise always cxperiencefl on stone pave?
ments, when vehicles are passing ?ver it
Third, The greater comfort and ease driving over same;
thinks if pavement properly laid, will but from twelve to
fourtesn years on business streets. Streets front on
reaideacee, a good macadamized road is preferable on
account of it? greater durability.
; seer etary Board of Public Works, Chicago, writes :
We consider the durability of the Nicholson pavement
about ten years.' Cost two dollars and twenty-th-e cents
per Bquare yard. Lumber is twenty-two douars per
thousand. Thc cost for repairs, to put its durability
down to ten years, is trifling. The pavement should rest
upon:? double flooring or inch boards, instead of a single
thickness of one inch. The flooring boards should bc
wholly immersed In tar. The cost here last year was
raised: from one dollar seventy-five cents, to two dollars
and twenty-five cents'
The Mayor of Cincinnati gives no particulars, but ap?
pears to confirm the statement of Mr. Nicholson, and
forwards a copy of Mr. Nicholson's letter, which had
. . Thc Mayer of Detroit gives the following account:
The Nicholson pavement has been three years in use in
thia city, and does not show any perceptible wear, and is
very popular with our citizens. We are now using it eu
?reiy'upon residence streets; cobt $2 40 per square yard;
ls laid from groen pine lumber, which cost $22 per thous
md; cost of coal tar $5 per bbL
Tho Mayor of St Louis writes that the cost?s $40 per
thousand superficial feet (equal to 60 per square yard)
Np d'mb; bamber munt be high th
AB idr at tho cost and the ad op. a of tho Nicholson
pavement cm be as ^ertnined. tho Committee has m ado
it its bnoineifci to give as much information as thei" ex?
perience and knowledge, and tho short space of c1 me
would admit ot - .
Tho most expensive material used in tho Nicholson
pavement is no doubt wood, which can be procured here
at from $12 to $14 per thousand; the river lumber would
be the most lasting. Coal tar can be obtained here for S3
per bbb, and nb doubt by largo lots for less. Our gas
works yields about one hundred gallons per day. The
tank to immerse the lumber in, could no doubt be made
from old salt pans, which would not be expensive. The
only material not it our disposal would be the stone
gravel, and havo been informed that the article can be
obtained within soventy miles from here, but have no
particulars. Oyster shells could perhaps be substituted
for a portion of tho work.
We, the Committee, therefore, recommend that tho
Nicholson pavement deserves our attention, and con
sequeutly offer the following resolution :
Resoired, That in order to test the durability and prac
ticability of the Nicholson pavement, that the Mayor be
authorized to bave Broad street, from Meeting to East
Bay street, paved with the same, under the superintend
encc of tho City Engineer. H.GERDTS. i
I JACOB SMALL. ;
. .: z. B. OAKES:
JAMES R. PRINGLE.
By Alderman Steinmeyer : '
Tho Committee on Licenses report favorably upon tho
following applications for Licenses, and recommend
that they be granted.
AUCTIONEER'S LICENSE.-Sam!. C. Black.
No. 1 LIQUOR LICENSE."-Joe. H. Oppenheim, Agent.
_ The Committee also recommend that Savage & En
sign's Tavern License be transferred to Jos. Meyer &
Co., Merchant? Hotel. Respectfully submitted,
JOHN H. STEINMEYER.
Z. B. OAKES.
On the application of John G. legen, of his intention
to put up a wooden building on his lot, Tradd street,
opposite Limohouse street The Committee on Brick and
Wooden Buildings report favorably. _
JOHN H. STEINMETER.
JAMES P. EARLE.
JOHN F. O'NEILL.
On tho application of Rob' rt Howard and others for
permission to-trect a honte ot worship on George afreet,
also a temporary shed. The Committee on Briet and
Wooden Buildings report favorably. The shed to remain
until the main building is.completed.
JOHN H. STEINMEYER.
JAMES P. EARLE. .
On the uotico of E. J. Lewith, of his intention io im?
prove his wooden building(1No. 83 King street, the Com?
mittee on Brick and Wooden Buildings report unfavor?
ably. Respectfully submitted, _
JOHN H. STEINMEYER.
JAMES P. EARLE.
By Alderman Marshall :
The Aldermen of Ward No. 6, to whom was referred
the petition of Messrs. Trout & Amsbury, asking Council
tho privilege of burning Urne on the alto of the old Can?
non a boro' Mills, beg leave to recommend that the same
be granted. Respectfully,
E. W. MARSHALL.
H. B. OLNEY.
. By Alderman Olney :
The Committee on Accounts beg to report that they
have examined the following accounts, and recommend
they be passed for payment, viz:
Sundry bills against Orphan House, amounting to
Sundry bills against Alms House,' amounting to
Bill of W. W. 3:de for work done in 1863. Coromitteo
recommend that he bo paid one hundred and fifty-six
Bul of Wm. Johnson for wood furnished in No/ember,
18G4. Committee recommend that he be paid nine dol?
lars and fifty cents.
Application of W. M. Rouse for compensation a? Keep?
er of 81 Michael's Clock for month of February, 1865.
Committee recommend lt be granted, and that he be paid
twenty-live dollars lor the same.*
H. B. OLNEY.
P. C. GAILLARD, Mayor.
E. WILLIS. | i
The Mayor asked leave of Council to send
lunatic patient, now; in the City'Hospital, to the
Asylum-m:Columpia. Gratified. ;;^j'.-^> X .
' Tho Mayor said that at t&?last meeting bf Corni'
eil he referred to the condition of St. Michael's
steeple sud tho repairs absolutely essential for the
protection of the steeplomeu employed in that
steeple. Council authorized' tho Mayor to haye
the necessary work done for putting that portion
of the steeple in good condition. A subsequent
examination of the steeple showed that the work
requisite for its complete repair far exceeded that at
tir?t contemplated. The work is being done un?
der the direction of those who have thc Church
bells in charge. Under the resolution adopted at
the last meeting of Council, the Mayor did not feel
authorized to haye any other work done by tho
city, thou that contemplated in tho resolution,
without further instructions from Couucii.
"Whereupon Alderman Baveuel moved that tho
sum of $499, if so much be necessary, bo appro?
priated to. the necessary repairs of the aft aple.
Concurred in. *
A "Bill to provide a salary for a Professonship of
Modern Languages in the College of Charleston,"
came up for its .second reading.
On motion of Alderman Bavenel, its considera?
tion was postponed to the next regular meeting.
Tho Mayor brought to the attention of Council a
letter from John L. Branch, Esq., late City Sur?
veyor, proposing to duplicato a lost plat laying out
the northeastern'-portion of - the city, at a cost of
. Alderman Marshall moved that the matter lay
over till tho next regular meeting. Concurred in.
Alderman Gerdts offered the following resolu?
tion, which, after- an explanation by the Mayor,
was withdrawn by the consent of the* Alderman:
Resolved, .That tho Committee on Streets be authorized
to purchase stones, when opportunities" offer, for tl a re?
pairing of King street
Alderman Gerdts offered the following resolu?
tions .-^---^?. vv .
Resolved, That the sidewalks on west and east aides of
East Bay, from Broad street to as far as the street has
been paved toward Market street, be repaired,
Alderman Marshall moved to amend the resolu?
tion by inserting ofter the word j "repairitd" the
following:- "Soon as the condition bf the -Treasury
will admit of it." The resolution as amended
was then adopted, ,
Council thou proceeded to the election of "City
Civil Engineer,"* when, on the fifth ballot, Mr.
Louis J. Soi bot was declared elected.
Alderman Butler, from Committee on Engrossed
Bills, reported as having been engrossed by the
Clerk: An Ordinance to regulate the construc?
ting and running of Passenger and Freight Bail
ways in the cit jr of Charleston, 8. C., and their
uses. Tho Ordinance was ratified in due form.
Adjourned. W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
The Flood-Condition of Chattanooga-Loss
of lille ?nd Property-Distress among the
Citizen?-The Water Fifteen Feet Higher
than ever Known Before.
The Atlanta Intelligencer says :.
From a gentleman who left Chattanooga at a
lete hour on Monday evening lost, we have obtained
a few particulars or the terrible state of stairs in
that untortuuate city. At tho time ho left, the
Tennessee Biver was still rising, the rain still fall?
ing, and the whole country presenting the appear?
ance of a vast" sea of water. He was a guest at
tho Cruchfield House, where he remained until the
water reached the veranda, when it was deemed
prudent to vacate, which was done in a boat. The
water continued to rise steadily until it reached
the ceiling of the first story ofthat hotel, after
which, being iu other parts of the city, ne saw
nothing more of it.
On Market street, tho main business thoroughfare,
the water was ten feet deep at the highest points,
or over the tops of the awnings in front of the
large stores. The goods had been removed to the
second stories of the buildings, where it is behov?
ed they would be safe, and the necessity of remov?
ing them to a more secure, point was not seen un?
til it was - to o late. ' Thus more than three-fourths
of the dry goods, provisions, Ac, were destroyed.
Oar informant estimates that at leant two-tiurds of
the city is literally destroyed. He saw email
houses floating hither and thither, while many
large ones had either tumbled over or were falling
The scene was one of wild confusion-in foot, so
terrible , as to beggar description. Persons who
had remained in their homes in the vain hope
that the waters would recede, were compelled in
some instances to make their exit through the
roofs, and escape in boats. He could not give
an opinion as to the number of lives loot, but
they were-numerous, and he saw many very nar?
row escapes. The citizens were going from houso
to house in boats, assisting each other, and en?
deavoring to save articles of personal apparel and
a few valuables. While this was the case, how?
ever, with the better class, that'wretched popula?
tion, 80 peculiar to Chattanooga, compose ? or ne?
groes and vagabond white men, wore busy in tak?
ing advantage of the situation by the perpetration
of robberry and other arts of lawlesBues. Great
loss from that cause will result to families whoso
homes had been abandoned.
On the bills adjacent to the city were huddled
the refugees from the deluge, and in the mixed
assemblage there existed a most unfortunate state
of society. Among tho groups of tho lower classes,
both white and black, scenes of a most disgraceful
character wore transpiring, the result of unre
At the car shed the water was over seven foot
deep. All the railway rolling stock that could bo
taken to a place of safety remained intact, but
much of it was submerged, while box cars were
.seen floating in every direction.
We only make a brief synopsis ef the mets fur
Dished to us, hoping to give our readers the full
particulars in a few days. Our informant was told
that the oldest inhabitant does not remember to
have seen the Tennessee Biver so high by fifteen
feet, and the unprecedented magnitude of tho flood
can ordy be accounted for by the great quantity of
rain, added to tho rapid melting of snow in the
THE FREEDMEN.-Superin tendent Tomliuson, in
his report for January, 18G7, enumerates in South
Carolina 75 day and Aright schools, conducted by
101 white and 43 colored teachers, and having 8120
enrolled pupils (the girls being noarlv COO in oxcess
of tho boys), whoso average attendance is C056.
Thirty-six of these schools ore grided. Thero are
connected with them 46 Sunday schools, emhrocin?
2705 pupils. The!.frccduiou support, in prut, 26 of
tho schools, and their contributions for January
amounted, to. $1500. Tho school at Bolton is en?
tirely supported by them. In addition to tho fore?
going, and to soveral schools wliich have failed to
tcport, the Superintendent estimates that thero
aro at least CO schools in tho State, with an attend?
ance of about 5000 pupils. They aro not of tho
fii st quality, but fax better than none at all. Mr.
Tomliuson has been making an extensive tour of
observation in tho interior, and encouragingly do?
"I am confirmed iu tho conviction, if confirma?
tion wero needed, that nothing so rapidly tends to
produce harmony between the white and colored
people of tho ?tate, and to improvo in all respects
the condition of tho colored people, as tho estab?
lishment of Kchools among them."
The towns hu visited had been remarkable for
thc opposition (other than violent) originally mani?
fested towards colored schools :
"I question very much whether now :t half dozen
mon of intelligence in any of those places can be
found who woi?ld net deem it a public calamity to
have these sclit als discontinued. In most of tt?ese
localities thc residents in thc immediato neighbor?
hood of the schools have ceased to speak with bit?
terness of it, and generally treat tho teachers with
politeness. In Cheruw, while I was thoro, the
colored people were allowed tho uso of the Town
Hall for an educational mcetiug; and tho meeting
was attended by several of the white residents of
;he town. The Mayor of Colombia has visited the
wheels, and, after, expressing the.greatest satis
action with all that he saw, took occasion, ut a
neeting of the Council in thc evening, to advise
ill its members to visit thc schools also."
Mr. Tomhn80n praisos highly tho corps of
.?achers at Columbia (supported by the N. Y.
Branch of the A. F. tl. Commission), and also
several young colored men of Charleston, whom
io sent "into the country districts, at tho charge of
?he New England Branch, and who, in spite of
?heir inexperience in teaching, exhibited great
?act and fidelity, and have achieved entire success.
ABSINTHE.-The French journals speak with a
?ind of despair of the rapid extension of absinthe
?rinking in France. It amounts to an infatuation,
is the horrible results are well known, Absinthe
is declared by the medical faculty to be a direct
ind powerful cause of apoplexy, of affections of
Hie heart, lungs, nervous system and stomach, and
Especially of brain disorders. The chances are that
io absmthe-drinker will become either a maniac or
At the residence of the bride's lather, on thc 7th inst.,
ay Rev. Hugh Moody, Mr. Jesse Rowell to Ml s Caroline
Berring, ail of Marlon District
At the residence of the bride's father, on the 12th Feb.,
by Rev. Hugh Moody, Mr. Enos Moody.to Miss Rebecca
McKenzie, all o? Marion District
Long may they live, happy may they b-,
Blest with contentment, from misfortune free.
On the Gth inst, by Rev. Thomas Munnerly n. Mr. R. F.
Tyler to Miss Mary E. Atkinson, all of Marlon District
On the 7th of March, hy the Rev. J. H. Zimmerman,
Mr. B. Franklin McGraw and Miss Mary U. Bligh, all of
On 7th March, on Sampit, by W. W. Kirton, Eeo,., Mr.
Thomas Durant, of Georgetown District, to Mrs. Mar?
garet A. Beaty, of Horry District
On Wednesday morning, 27th ult, at the residence of
Major J. B. White, in Orangeburg, by Rev. Thomas Mit?
chell, Major Joseph R. N. Tenhet of Marlon, and Miss
Anna White, daughter of the late John White, Esq., of
Georgetown, S. C.
At Birdfleld, Pee Dee, on Thursday, the 5 th, instant, by
the Rev. J. A Porter, Mr. W. A Croft, oTtbis town, to
Mrs. R. E. Eden, of Charleston, S. 0.
The Charleston Cotton Marice U
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, )
CHARLESTON, Friday Evening, March 15, 1867. j
Sellers were generally asking very full, and sometimes
advancing prices, but transactions were, in most cases,
at previous quotations ; sales about 210 balee, vhs.: ll at
26? ; 45 at 27 ; 10 at 27? ; 68 at 28 ; 46 at 28? ; J9 at 29 ;
l-l at 29? ; 9 at 30, and 28 at 30?. We quote :
Low Middling..-.28 @
Middling.29 ?- "
Strict Middlin-.30 @S0?
[CORRESPONDENCE OF THE NEWS.]
HAVANA, March 1-SUGAR-(CLAYED).-The market has
continued dull during the present week. The scarcity
of vessels for Europe has increased the adverso feeling
caused by late advices from other markets. The offers
sf the few buyers which have appeared m the market
have generally not exceeded 7? rials per arrobe for No.
12. Said price having been rejected by most planters.
MUSCOVADO SUGAR.-Tho only sale reported was 600
casks Centrifugal grocery, No. 14-16, at 7 7-16 rs. In
Cardenas, last week, sales amounted to 2000 hhds., as
Follows: 3? to 6? rs. per uri coo for common refining,
Wn to 6? rs. for fair do., and G? to 6? rs. for good do.;
Tor the latter description planters, ot- tho close, were ex?
iting higher rates. 200 hhds. Centrifugal guarapo, No. '
LS, cold it 7? rs, with a cash advance of 86000, In Ma?
tanzas-holders continue firm, in consequence of which
hero is not much activity, and the demand is mostly/or
shipment to the United States; fair to good refining is
raotod now at 6? to 7 rs., do. do. grocery at 7? to 7? rs.
MOLASSES-Continu?s to be held here at 4?a4% rs.
per keg for Clayed, and 6a6? rs. for Muscovado.
FREIGHTS.-Tho business done lor Falmouth and or*
1er* has been moderate, but rates are firm, at ?SsaGjOs. to
oad here, and up to 60s. at the outporta. For the Unit
sd States lonnage is scarce, tho; e being but a limited
lumber of vessels disengaged in the principal ports of
he Island; in Havana only 3 or 4 engaged hi the Amer!,
am trade are to be had. The news from the United
States, with in increasing demand, tend to mike mas?
ers become firmer, and even pretend to an advance of
SI per hhd. and S? per box on the last rates paid.
LUMBER.-Pitch Pine has continued as previously ad?
vised. The cargo ex Carmen, from Charleston, sold at
(30 9 M, and two cargoes remain afloat
LATEST HAVANA HARKET.
MARCH 6, 1867.-SUGAR-(CLAYED)-Since our last
Saturday morning's issue, the sugar market has con
inued dull, with occasional sales on tho basi s of 7? to
r? ra '? arrobe for No 12, there being, however, very
tow buyers at the outside rate. > :?
Sales: 200 boxes No 18 at ll? rs arrobe, superior
mality; SOO do No 10? dry and strong at 7 rs; 106 do No
L2? do at 7? rs; 40 boxes Nos 17 and 18, special quality,
it 10? rs; 84 boxes No 13?, dry and strong at 8-rs.
The market for Muscov?does and for molasses, con
inues as last advised; the demand for th? latter remains
a;cod at the outports.
< .Baltimore Market*
BALTIMORE, March 18-COTTON-Was hi bettor de?
mand and prices moro settled, closing with holders firm.
SVe report sales of 100 to 160 bales, on a basis of 28c for
Middling Upland, and'quote at the close Ordinary 26c;
9ood Ordinary 26c; Low Middling 27a27?c( and Mid
Hing 2Sa2B?c $ lb.
COFFEE-Continues dull and inactive; we have only to
notice sales of 2C0 bags Rio at 18'?ul9c.
FLOUR.-Our market is unchanged; demand moderate,
md chiefly for local wants. The only sales on 'Change
to-day were 100 bbla Howard Street Extra at SIS, and
maller lots within our range, as follows-other small
lots to the trade within our range, viz:
Howard-street Super and Cut Extra... ?10 25 @$11 00
Howard-street Shipping Extra.ll 26 (jg 13 00
Howard-street High Grades. 13 CO @ 14 00
Howard-street Family. 14 00 @ 16 00
3hlo Super and Cut Extra. 10 26 @ 10 75
"ThipExtraShipping...'... 00 00 @ 00"0U
Dhio-retailing.....;..../OOOO @>'0O 00
Dhib Family...'........'..''..'..^.'...... 13 25 @ 15 60
Northwestern Super. 0 50 fe 10 25
Northwestern Extra. 10 25 @ 12 00
3ity Mills Supor. 10 00 @ ll 00
3ityMlDs,Standard Extra............ 10 76 @ ll 60
3ty MUls Shipping brands Extra. 14 60 @ 16 .00
Baltimore, Welch's ?Greenfield Fam'y 17 60 @ 00 00
Baltim ore high grade Extra.. 16 75 fei 00 00
Bye Flour, new... 7 00 @ 7 60
3orn Meal, City Mills. 00 00 @ 4 75
G HAAN.-The weather continues unfavorable, and re?
ceipts for the season comparatively light Of Wheat
july a few hundred bushels offered ; market unchanged
for Winter grades, particularly prime and choice : we.
in otc Southern red at $8.15a$3.30, choice white do. $3.46;
i sale to-day of 350 bush s No. 2 Spring ai $2.45. Corn
11,400 bushels white and 6000 bush yellow received; scar?
let nrm, with salas of 7000 bushs white at $1.05a$L06,
sulk tit S1.05a$L06 for strictly prime-4000 bushs yellow
it 95 eta ntl, mostly at 99 c ty to $1 for prime. Oato-1000
rash offei srdand all sold at 62a06 eta, Nothing doini* in
"tye. :_. . .
MOLASSES.-We hear of no transactions.
Mai. FEED-Is steady at 26a28 eta for Brownstnff; 83
o 37 cents for light Middlings, and 65&68 cents for
?eavy do. ..
PROVISIONS.-Tho stock of bulk Meats offering here ls
,-ery light and holders firm at 9?n for Shoulders; Ile
'or rib Sides, and ll?c for clear rib. Bacon continues
is last quoted, viz: for Shoulders loralie ; iib Sides 12a
L2?cj clear rib 12?al8c; Hnms, sugar-cured 15al7a
ff ess Pork ls higher; sales of 30 bbls Western at $22 60;
>y some dealers held for a further advance, Lard is in
pured for: we quote Western 12?c; City 12?al2?c.per
h-stock offering, small
. PEIBOLEUM.-We report a sale of 1200 bbls heavy North
vestern Vffginia Crude, tn bulk, at 12?c, delivered here.
RICE-Is dun, but still- held at 10?ali)^c for prime
SALT.-With steady, fail demand from dealers we
moto Liverpool Fine at S3 25, and Ground Alum at $2 20
i2 25 per sack. Turk's Island, which is scarce, is selling
rom store, in largo lots, at 62 cents, and fer small lots 65
?ants per bushel.
SUGAR.-We have still to notice a quiet market; stock
iniall and held firm, without quotable change. No sales
vor thy of remark.
WHISKEY.-We hear of no sales, but quote Western
?eld in bond at 30a31 cents per gallon.
New, York Market.
MONEY HARKET. j
The New York Evening Post ot Wednesday, tho i G th
net, says :
The loan market continues easy at "07. The accumu
ating surplus funds produce a greater disposition to
ead, with the unusual tendency to easier terms. The
lisconnt demand ie fairlv active, and choice paper passes
reely at 0?a7?.
NEW YORE, March 13.-FLOUR, kc-The market for
?Vestern and State flour is more active, especially for fall
.round of undoubted character. Prices ore better. The
id vance being 10al6c on the low, 16a25c on tho medium,
ind 10a20o on the high grades.
The sales are 9800 bbls at $8 76al0 for superfine
Stats; $10 05al2 25 for oxtraState; $9 60all for tho low
grades of spring wheat Western extra; $10 60all 70 for
ihipping Ohio; $1215al3 25 for trade and family brands
>f Ohio, Michigan and Indiana, and $1260al0G0 for St
California flour is firm and in fan? demand at $13 50a
Canadian flour is more active and firmer. Sales of 450
ibis at SlOCOall 60 for the low grades of oxtra, and $11 80
ill 75 for trade and family brands.
Southern flour is firmer. Sales of 250 bbls at $10 35a
ll 75 for common to lair Baltimore and country extras,
md $12 15al6 00 for trade and family brands.
Rye flour : * firmer. Sales of 355 bbls at $715a8. .
Corn meal is Btcady. Sales 250 bbls at $5 40a5 50 for
GRADI-The wheat market is more active and prices
ire 3a5c better. The demand is chiefly for milling but
n part speculative. The sales are 4600 bushels at $2 48
tor No. 1 Chicago spring; $2 25a2 37 for do. No. 2; S2 90a
1 for white Californian.
Barley is held with more firmness, though not active.
3alcB of 24,800 bushels at 92c for Canada West in bond,
md $118al 21 for do free.
Borley malt is firm but quiet.
Oats are better and more active. Tl ie eales are 90,000
bushels Chicago at 62aG6c; Stat? at 70a72c. the latter for
mali lots, and Ohio and Michigan at 67a70c.
Rye is firmer and in fair demand. The ra?ca are 11,000
DUisb, Wt-stem at $125 in Blore; State at $1 35.
Corn is ox ted and 3a4c better, closing firm under tho
more favorable news from Europe. Tho demand is in
part speculative, but chiefly for export. Tho solos are
?09,000 bush Western m'xed at SI 12al 14 in store, and
Bl 13al 15 afloat closing at tho extremes; Jersey and
Southern yellow at $112al 13 afloat.
PROVISIONS-The pork market has been less nctivo and
prices aro lower, though at the closo there is more firm
aose. We hear of nothing for forward delivery.
The sales, cash and regular, ure 3000 bbls, at $21 25
for old mess; $22 37?a22 55 for now Western do; $22 50
regular now bid; ?17 75al8 for extra prime. A Govern?
ment contract has becu awarded for about 18U0 bbls
primo mess at $20 73a20 93.
Beef is selling in small lots at former Apires. Sales of
L25 bbls at Sllal8 for plain mess; $17a21 lor extra do.
Tierce Beef is quiet
Beef hams are quat, but firmly held at about S40 for
Cut moats continue in very good demand, and prices
ire firm. Sales of COO pkgs at 9a9?o for nhoulders
in salt, tho latter au ?ntreme; ll?c for bollies; 13?a
L32?C :or hams hi pickle, and 1,050 loose shoulders at 9c.
Bacon is dull, and'wc hav<. only to note 50,000 lbs
short rib, in bulk, at llj^c.
L-rcssed hogs are quiet. We quote at 10al0?c iorcity.
Lard is held with more firmness, but thc business is
ight Sales of 750 bbls and tes at 12?al2?C for No. 1 ;
12 cts for city ; 12*?al3cts for fair to prime *eteoin and
lettie dried ; kettle rendered is nominal.
COFFEE-Rio is dull but prices aro steady. We quote :
Irimo ut 19c, do good 18?al8?c, do fair 17al7?c, do or
linary 165?alCJ?e, do fair to good cargoes lCJialBc, do
air to good cargoes in bond 12&al3c, Java 24?a25c,
beylon 19a20c, Maracaibo 17>ial8c, Laguayra 17?al8?c,
md St, Domingo l?al <;,'?c, all gold.
COTTON-The market to-day is steady with more in
[uiry; holders are asking higher prices. We quoted at
,9?c for middling uplands, and 30?c for do New Or
cans and Texas.
Fun-Dry cod is in good demand ami firm at $5 50a0.
Mackerel are ?toady and in fair jobbing demand,
.HAT-Iain good demand and.noa at "ai 45ol 50 for.
shipping; and $1 6Sal 86 for retail lota. ** i
MOLASSES-Is quiet but steady. We quote as follow
(all new crop); Cuba Muswado 50aG8c, clayed;46al8c,
centrifugal 43a46c, Porto Rlco(5Da70c, and Now Orleans 75
aOOc. Tho Btock is estimated at* 1800 hhds Cuba, 660
hhds Porto Elco and 500 bbls New Orleans. ' ,
NATAL STOKES-Spirits of turpentine ii? in moderato
demand and etcady at 71a72c Rosins ai? generally lower.
and doll; sales of common at 54. Tar is heavy and dull
at S2 76a3.
Oms-Aro generally dull; city Unseed selling at $1 35.
RICE-Is quiet We quote Carolina at loralie, and
.Rangoon at 9 J?a9??c.
. SUGAR,-Raw sugars are dull, but prices are Btoady.
We quote Cuba as foUws. Inferior to common refluing,
9>ial0c; lair to good 10#al0Kc; faur to good grocery,
to llJic; prime to choice, U&alSc; (ontrifugal, hhds and
boxes, Salle, md melado, 6a8c; Havana boxes. Nos 7 to
9, at 9#al0J??o; Nos Uto 12 at 10J$all)?c; Nos 3" to 15 at
Il??al2>?c; Nos 16 to 18 at 12&al3)?c; Nos 19 to 20 at 14a
14)?c; white 13Kal4J?c. Porto Rico ro?ning grades, 10%
al0??c; fair to good, Hallie; prime to choice grocery,
ll&al2>?c; Braz? bags, 10*i>10#c; Manilla bags, 9?^a
10)?c; Havana boxes, No 12, in bond, BaS^c, gold. Re?
fined are dull at about 15J?c for powdered, granulated
and crushed: 14al4j.;cfor soft whltes, and 13al3c for soft
yellows. .. - r ' . " a
WHISKEY-The market is firmer. Sales of 500 bbls at
30a32c for Western in bond.
FREIGHTS-Are steady. Tho engagements to Liverpool
are 1009 bales cotton at Ils32da7 led; rosin at 2s; 20 tons
dogwood at 80s; and per steamer 500 bales of cotton at
To London per steamer 200 boxes cheese at 60s, and 10
hhds tallow at 45s. To Bremen, 5000 bbls rosin at 2s Cd.
To Hamburg, 5700 gallons rum at-Sc; a bark to Antwerp,
with petroleum, at 5a Od. . :. : ^
Dar Coons.'-The dry goods market closes with in?
creased activity. H. R. Ckflin k Co., A. T. Stewart k
Co., and many other large houses (teems now to be
crowded with customers from all parts of the North, !
East ah .1 West, with a fair sprinkling from the South.
The Spring trade will not be equal to that of the past
year or several years previous, but will be mach better
than was expected a month ago. The display of French;
English German and dress fabrics is very attractive.
There is also a fine assortment of American prints, print?
ed lawns and muslin^delaines.
In silks the Btock is rich, baffling aU description. The
French Exposition has called forth tho most exquisite,
brilliant, and "marvellous" novelties which human skill
and ingenuity could devise. A full display of all these
new styles, figures, rare combinations of shades and
rich pattern?, would m itself bea museum of novelties
sufficient to attract admiring and wondering crowds,
almost anywhere, throughout the season. New York at
the present moment has euch a display on exhibition, to
which public attention is now invited from all parts of
Brown sheetings and shirtings are steady in price,
with some slight concessions on some brands. Bleached
goods of best make are in fair demand, with little or no
variation in price. Drills are in full stock, and aro of?
fered a shade lower. Stripes and ticks are in demand,
but aro heavy. Corset jeans ore in good request Den?
ims are lower. Print cloths aro firmly held, without saleo
to any.great extent Woollen goods, of many styles,
are firm and higher under the new tariff. Buyers,
however, are holdiug on, behoving that after. ? few days
pices will go lower. Linen goods are very plenty, and
lower. Tho auction rooms are now well supplied-most?
ly with s?cond-rate goods-which are dull and heavy.
On the whole, we have to represent a. week of activity,
with fine. prospects for the future. "The fall in'gold
makes some buyers a little timid, but the trade generally
don't pay much attention to the antics df tho bulls and
bears of Wall Btreat-Independent
/Consignees per South Carolin?. Railroad,
. . Alaren 15.
381 bales Cotton, 60 bales Mdze, 215 bags Grain, 7 cars
Wood, 6 cars Lumber, 1 car Mules, 1 car Hogs, Furni?
ture, and Sundries. To Hunt Bros, J R Pringle, Lee k
. Spencer, EH Rodgers & Co, H L Jeffers it Co, E J Wlss
k Co, J B E Sloan, Adams, Frost k Co, Mordecai k Co, J
W Harrisson, T R Yates, R Tomlinson. C J Beckman, B
B Agent Thurston k Holmes, G H Wolter & Co, Willis it
Chiaolm, Street Bros k Co, C N Averill k Son, J Fraser k
Co, Mrs H M Brazenton, B Wilson, J Campsen k Co, J H
Susong, P Mulka!, D Fye, Kanapaux, Lanneau k Co, M
Goldsmith & Son, Mowry k Co, Johnston, Crews k Co, L
M Ayer & Co, A Langer, J Benson, 12 W?lling, jEbaugh
ifcMall?hee, C R Holmes & Co.. ?ts :'\?-r.
' PHASES OF THE MOCK.
Now M. 6th, 4h. 18m. morn I Full M. 20th, 3h. 35m. morn
First Q. 13th, Sh.27m. morn Last Q. 28th, 2h. 2fim. morn
PORT OF CHARLESTON .
. Arrived Thursday. -
Sehr Ella Hodsdon, Hodsdon, Baltimore, - days.
Corn, kc To Street Bros k Co, R li Butler, B R Agent,
and others. (
Sehr Rensliaw, Chace, Norfolk, Va, 14 days. Corn. To
J A Enalow ? Co, R M Butler. La thick weather run
ashore on Cape Romain, and only succeeded in getting
off by throwing overboard the larger part of ihc cargo.
Has lost tails, anchor, and leaks some.
Sehr A 3 Deas, from West Point Mill. 31 bbls Rico.
To Ravenol ic Co.
Sloop Dorothea, from Chernw. ' 2G bales Cotton. To T
.LWebb, and others.
A berm brig, unknown.
Cleared Yesterday. !
Sehr J B Marshall, Marshall, Satilla River-Risley k
From this Port. -
Ship Amelia, Conner, Liverpool, Feb 26. ,
Br bark Regina, Cumminger, Liverpool Feb 27.
Bark Toscana, Delano, Liverpool, Feb 23.
Up for this Port.
Sehr B W Godfrey, Godfrey, New York, March 9.
Cleared for this Port.
Ship Mary Ogden, Coldrey, at Liverpool, Feb 23.
Bremen bark Everhart! Delius, Hohnholtz, at Liverpool,
Brig C E Savage, Graham, at Baltimore, March 10.: '
Sehr Mountain Laurel, Langley, at New York, March 12.
Sailed for this Port. ' .
Scar Ocean Pearl, Pearl from Baltimore, March ll. ...
Sehr Lucy A Orcutt-, from Baltimore, March II.
LIST OF VESSELS ! j
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Mary Ogden, Coldrey, cleared.?..Feb 23
,Ship Midsouri, Edward, sailed.;.:_-.-v.:.'.iFeb 13
I Brem burk Everhard Delius, Hobxmbl?z,.c3?.'. : .'. Feb 25
Brig'Albert Errickien, Bailed.Jan 22
The Effort Hussey, sailed.Feb '?
The Seaman, Doyle, sailed.Feb 6 '
The Blanch, C&upbeU, cleared.^ .r..Fob 12
Brig Depesche,' Lubke, sailed, ; J? j, j.. .y,. ; .Feb 16
5 t| - . ? SOUTHAMPTON. ' " ? '"\ i?.
The Allen, Martel!, sailed...."...'..Feb 6
The Tregarthen, Steele, sailed.,Jan 1
The Sylph, Peters, sailed. .; Jan 10
' i BOSTON."
Bark B B Watter, Latham, cleared.*.-, i*.. .Feb 28
Sbhr Miiry R Somers, Somers, cleared..'.Feb 27
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 6
Sehr LUly> Francis, up.?-.March 6
Sehr Mountain Laurel, Langley, cleared_-.. .March 12
8chr R W Godfrey, Godfrey, up.March 9
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, sailed.March ll
Sehr A C Austin, Willard, cleared.'..Feb 26
.Steamship Falcon, Reed, lo leave. .March 15
Brig Ohas E Savage, Graham, cleared.March 10
Brig Jennie Acorn, Acorn, up.March 8
Brig Gen Marshall, Ellis, cleared. March 2
Sehr Mary E Am sd on, Smith, cleared.March 26
Sehr Ella Fish, Wiley, up.Feb 14
Sehr Mena wo, DiBsoway, cleared...March 2
Sehr May Munroe, Munroe, cleared.?March 4
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Steelman, up. ;. .March 8
Sehr RiBing Sun, Hastings, cleared. March 7
Rehr Ocean Pearl, Pearl, sailed.March ll
Sehr Lucy A Orcutt Butler, sailed J....March ll
Brig Nellie Mitchell, --, up,..-._:.March -
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Night - Emissions, Lom nf
Memory, Universal Lassi?
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1 old Age, Weak Nerves, Di?l
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_ Hon, and all diseases that fol?
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Price $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5. Sold
bw all druggists; or will be ssnt by express to any
portion ol' tho world, on receipt of price, by the
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Cures all Urinary Com?
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conjunction with tho
does not fall to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet and all Mu?
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Price, Remedy, Ono Bottle, $2, Three Bottles, $5.
. " Injection, 44 41 t*> ** " *5
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ond?merlt Somo unprincipled dealers, however
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May 24 thatulyr
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Opinions of the Press.
The Biningers, No. 15 Beaver street, luve a very, high
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New York.-Home Journal.
The house of A. M. Pininger k Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, h?s sustained, for a period of eighty y ara, a repu?
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NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
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SUCCESSORS TO KI.VG Si C AS SIDE Y.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. 0.
January-29 tu tbs 6m o
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAIN AND NOISES IN THE HEAD.
Dr. Norton's New Kemedy
AND MODE OE TREATMENT IS THE ACME
IT BREAKS . UP THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS
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symptoms of this loathsome malady, such as Pain in the
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all its types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
This remedy and mode of treatment, like the disease,
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Norton's New Pamphlet on Catarrh is out Informa?
tion never before published. Cull at our nearost Agency,
or send a stamp for it
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-streot,
Drs. RAOUL & LYNAH,
November 1 thshi?mo Agent for Charleston.
jarTHE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS ls without precedent In the history of the world.
There is no secret m the matter. They are nt once the
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires but a single truu to understand
Udo. Their purity can always bo relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarillo
Dark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise, Oloverbuds, Oranpe-peeh
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander, Burdock,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
?io speakers, and persons of literary babitB aod seden?
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and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are certain to find
lu these Bitters what they bavo so long looked for.
Theypurify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome btTeits of dissipation and late houri.
They strengthen tho ByatenT?ndenUffeB-lliemlnd.
They prevent miasmatic and In te rm iL tont io vera." --
They purify the breath and acidity of tho stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They euro Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint a&d Nervous Headache.
They are the host Bitters in the world. They make '
the weak man stroug, and are exhausted nature's great
Tho following startling and emphatic statements otu
bo seen at our office.
Leiter of Rev. E. F. OBANJE, Chaplain of the 107th New
NEAR AOQUIA CHEEK, March 4th, lees.
Owlng?to the groat exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after tho battle of An tie tam, I was utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi?
?me. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DBAKE, of New York, waa prescribed to givo me
strength and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave me immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
meto join my regiment. * * * * I have Bince seen
thom uaod in many oases, and am free to cay, for hos?
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Rev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Lotter from the Icov. N. E. GILDS, St Claireville, Pa.
GEMTLKSIE? :-You wore kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send mo a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bittern for $3 50. My wife having derived BO uiuou
benefit from the use of these Bitters, I desire rr tu
continue them, and you ?ill please send ?w ?j??? bottle;
more for the money enclosed.
X am, very truly, yo -rr>,
N. K. GL!-?J-\ Pastor Ger. Ref. Church,
Sonnie" i KO-ME, SUI'EHIMTEHDIWT'S O?FICE, 1
OiKOTNsm, OHIO, Jan. 15th, 181)3. J
?? ? *. * ? ? *
I have given your Plantation Bitlers to hundreds cf
?ur noble soldiers who Biop here, moro or less disabled
from various causes, and tho effect is marvellous and
Such a preparation as this ls I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand ou every battle
Arid. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. GHU.?M, Burgeon cf the Tenth Voruicnt Be
, imout. writes:-'T wish every aahlior liad a bottle oi
Plantation Bitters. They aro tho most effective, per?
fect, and harmless tonic I ever uued."
WiLlAiuVrt HOTEL, I
WASHINGTON, D. C., May 22d, 18CS. J
GBKTLEMKK:-Vie require another supply o? yum
Plantation Bitters, tho popularity o wh?eh daily in?
creases with tb? gilesta of our bunao.
SYKES. CHADWICK b CO.
ti?, &c. ?tc. ."Lc. ko.
fia gum that every bottle bi-ars the fac-Piniile of our
Denature on a noel plate tabol, with cur private stamp
over the cork.
E H. DEAKE ? ?0,
No. ?0-2 BROADWAY, S. Y.
Sold by all respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocer
Satoodt ?nil couutry :!o\ ??.?.-aiisrii.
4or>i <- tba?n?r?
MANHOOD AND THE \"ItiOU OP YOUTH
restored In fuur weeks, by Dr. KICORD'b ESSENCE
OP LIFE. Dr. Ricord (of Paris), after years of ea rest so?
licitation, has nt length acceded to thc oarncst request?
ol thc American public, and appointed au Agent iu New
York for tho salo of bin valued and highly-prized Essence
of Life. Tliia wonderful ageut will restore manhood to
thc most shattered conHtitub'ons, whether arising from
cxoo&seB, tho effects of climate, or natural causes. The
timo required to euro thc meat inveterate case ls four
woeks; and if used according to printed instructions,
which ore very simple, failure is impossible. This life
restoring remedy should bc taken by all about to marry,
as its effects are permanont. It is acknowledged by thc
medical press lo bethe greatest discovery e7ermade.
Its developing powers are miraculous. Success iu every
case is as cer'ain a? that science overthrows ignorance.
Dr. Ricord's Essence o? Lite is sold iu cases, with full in?
structions for ase, at i:3, or four quantities in one lor $0,
and will bc scut to any pari, carefully packed, on receipt
of remittance to bis accredited agent.
March 23 ly No. 34 Liberty street. Kew York.
ALARGE WEEKLY, IS ISSUED EVERY THURS?
DAY', at S3 a year, in advance. Advertisements
luserted at usual rates.
G. E. ELFORD. ? r.,,lrma
November 15 O. fc WM?I.( *AA?1*
New. York Prize Association,
Nb. 699 BROADWAY, N. Y.
ROSEWOOD PIANOS, MELODEONS, SEWING
MACHINES, MUSIC BOXES, SILVER?
WARE, FINE GOLD AND
SEL VEB WATCHES, v
TT7TLL BE DISTRIBUTED AS FOLLOWS : THE
YV name and value of each article of our gooda are
marked on tickets, placed in sealed envelopes, and well'
mixed. On receipt of 26 cents, an envelope containing
such ticket will be eira wu- without choice, and delivered
at our office, or sent by mail to any address. Tho pur?
chaser after seeing what article it draws and Its value
which may be from one to five hundred dollars-can
then, on payment of one dollar, receive tho article
named, or may exchange it for any other article marked
on our circular at the same value. Every ticket draws an
article worth one dollar or more. No BLAHXB.
Our patrons can depend on fair, honorable dealing.
The article drawn will be delivered at our office, regard?
less of its value, or promptly sent as directed, by return
mau, or express.
Letters trom many persons acknowledging the receipt
of valuable gifts from us, may be seen on nie at our of?
fice, among whom wo are permitted to refer to:
John S. Holcomb. Lambertville, N. J., gold watch, value
$250; Mrs. S. Bennett, No. 252 Cumberland street, Brook?
lyn, sewing machine, $80; Edwin Hoyt, Staniford, Conn.,
gold lever watch, value' $200; Hon. K. H. Briggs, Wash?
ington, D. C., diamond phi, $175; J. C. Sutherland, No.
100 Lexington avenue, piano, $350; Mrs. M. Jackson, NO.
203 Nineteenth street, N; ?., sewing machine, i 90; Jos.
Camp, Elmira, N. Y., melodeon, $150; Miss L. Collins,
Atlanta, Ga., diamond cluster ring, $225; Dr. Henry
Smith, Worcester, Mass., sewing machine, $85; H. Shaw,.
No. 13316th street, N. Y., gold watch. ?150; Edw. Boyn?
ton, Naenville, Tenn., melodeon, $100; James Bussell,
Montgomery, Ala.,: gold hunting watch, $250; li. T.
Smith, Providence, R. L, silver lever watch, $00; Oscar
Purdy, Madison, N. J., music box, S45 ; Hon. R. S. New?
ell, St Paul's, Minn., gold wafceh, $186; J. B. Sperry,
Litchfield, Conn., silver watch, $55; Wm. B. Peck, Har?
lem, His., music box, $75; Wm. Raymond, Dayton, Ohio,
silver tea set, $125; Miss E. M. Bchenck, Detroit, Mich.,
diamond ear rings^ $225; Pierre Beaudin, ht Charlea
Eotel, New Orleans, diamond ring, $170; Mrs, Martha
Barnes, St Louis, Mo., melodeon, value $125.
LIST OF ARTICLES .
TO BE SOLD FOB ONE DOLLAR EACH,
And not to be paid for until you know what you have
25 Rosewood Pianos, worth. .$200 00 to 500 00
30 Melodeons, Rosewood Cases.100 Ou to 225 00
200 Music Boxes, 2 to 32 tunes. 15 00 to 150 00
100 Sewing Machines . 50 00 to 125 00
1,000 Silver Tea Sets.........2500tol5000
200 Silver Revolving Patent Castors.; IC 09 to AO 00
100 Silver Fruit Coke Baske ts. 15 00 to 35 00
1,000 Sets 611 ver Tea and Tablespoons-. . 15 00 to 45 00
100 Gold Hunting Case Watches.... :. 100 00 to 260 00
. 100 Diamond Bings, Cluster, &c,. 60 00 to 200 00
200 Gold Watches...........>. 60 00to 10000
800 Ladies* Gold Watches.. 60 00 to 85 00
1,000 Silver Watches.. . 25 00 to 50 00
3,000 Vest Chams......... ?00W 2500
2,000 pairs Ear Rings (new styles). i 50 to ' 7 00
2,000 Necklaces.,. 3 00 to 7 00
2,500 Gold Pencils.3 00to 8 00
3,000 Onyx and Amethyst Brooches.... 5 00 to 10 00
3,000 Lava nnd Florentine Brooches.... ?00 to 600
1,600 Masonic Pms. 4 00 to 9 00
1,500 Gold Watch Keys (new pattern)... 4 50 to 7 50
2,600 Sets of Bosom Studs . :. 160 to 6 00
2,500 Enamelled Sleeve Buttons. 250to 1000
5,000 Plain Gold and Chased Binga..... 4 60 to 10 00
5,000 Stone Set and Seal Bings., i:v.2 60 to 10 00
5,000 Miniature Lockets, all sizes. 2 50 to ; 100
10,000 Sets of Ladies'Jewelry.'.;.'.....:. 8 00 to 2000
4,000 Watch Charms (each).'.. 300 to 660
5,000 Gold Pens, SIL ex. Cases & Pondis. 4 60 to TOO
5,000 Gent's Braastand 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- Chains.... ; 7 50 to 2000
1,000 Gold Thimbles..........'...;.. 8 00 to 1500
5,000 Sets Ladies' Brooch and Ear Drops . 6 00 to 12 00
2,000 apliCrosscs...... 150to 600
6,000' Oval Band Bracete ta. 6 00 to 20 00
2,000 Heavy Gold Chain Bracelets..:. .. 9,5 00 to 40 00
2,000 Ball Ear Drops, all colera..? 3'00 to ' 7 00
2,000 new style Jet and Gold Ear Drops. SOOto ,700
2,000 Gold Pens, Gold Mf'd Ebony Hold. 460to :70Q
Lady's Sets, new styles, CutCryBtaLiU Jit, Hard Rnb
ber, kc, kc . .
OS* A chance to obtain any of the above articles for
One Dollar by purchasing a sealed envelope for 25 cents.
Enthe satisfaction guxurunteod to Jbll..
- OS* 6 tickets for One Dollar, 13 ?or Two Dollars, 33 for
Five Dollars. Groat inducements to Agente.
Letters should bo addressed .
J.H. KAY & CO.,
No. 699 BKOADWAY, NEW YORK! 1
December 28_ sh_ 3mos .
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
TUc MOTO act noVJOJ
GRAND AND BQUAEE ~
Fall Iron Frame and Overstrung Base,
MANUFACTORY AND WAREHOUSE ?
ifs, lil Wtit Hor.ion-i?rtet. Mo. ll
NEAR BROADWAY, NEW YORK.
rIXE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM O?
KRAUSHAAR & CO., am practical Plano nuken,
und aa such have had a largo experience in conn BC tl oi
?Ith some o> the best EsttbliBiiraonU in thia.oountr)
sod Europe." Tb cir > lnnoa are made not merely ici
them, but t y them, ai d under their immediate person?!
s upervision, ano they allow no instruments to leave theil
factory and -?sss Into the hands of their patrons, nnlett
ttl ey have a power, ovenness, firmness and roucdnou o
t jue, an elasticity of tonch-without which so lustro
neut ought to be satisfactory to tho public-as weh i
r.tiat durability in construction, which enables rt to rt
nain In ta ?. and to withstand sadden changea of tea
.erature and ?xposure io extremo neat and cold, wide)
are sometimes unavoidable.
They will at all times be happy to see the prof esatci
and the public at their Warerooras, and Invite comptrl
son between their own Fiance and those of any otb?
?STON EB AUSHAAR..TOBIAS HAWS
. CHARLES J. S0HONEMANN.
! sAVEt?A, YOUNG & Mc KENZlfi,
ui AND ^mm^rMr
MHT?O Park Bow.
ISAAC DAVEGA, )
QJiOBGK B. YOUNG, S NEW YOB*,
GORABI) L. MCKENZIE,)
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF ?OREIG? COLLI t
TION BUSINESS of Messrs BIRNEY, PIUS
CI?S A FLANDERS, WO Will attend to the collection te
?ait dne and maturing elaina throughout tba Vx?ttt
atf s au3 0*.nada.
ooMMismonBaa FOX ALL TBS STATMB.
?L?I ESTABLISHED DRIG STORE
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
[UTE PHIS & DORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
ISO. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market,
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TO
their usual stock of pure and fresh
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
TOILET POWDER 3
Comprising invoices from the most reputable manu?
facturers. On hand, all (he principal
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, ic. Also, a
large assortment of
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention is paid to the importation and ?elec?
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and none other are allowed to go out of the Establish?
with accuracy, and the public mn
depend on the utmost reliability in
the execution of orders.
U. KELLERS, O..IL BIER, Ml.
LOMBARD & GO.,
OOM HI S S10 ft S SRO H TS
A>T> ISin?OEXEIl3 AND DE.VI '.ES IK
O-H11ST I> STOW *3 S ,
NO. 13 LEWIS, AND NO. 9 T WHABT,
Advances made ou Consignments of Rice and Cotton
to our add re - n,
References, uy permission: To Messrs. Juos /.DORT
& Co.. Messrs. HTREKT ?norosttfl .*? Co., on.ir:e?non, s>.
Knv?* OiittjhAT 1
IS AN EXCELLENT ADVERTISING MEDIUM. LET
Merchante and business men try it for afew months.
?'No risk no gain." Send on your cords and Ulerease
your trade this falL There's nothing to equal Printer's
Ink-it has made many a fortune. '
Terms for the paper-S3 per annum, in ad vasse.
Advertisements inserted at the rite of $1 per square of
twelve lines or less for each insertion.
Cards of ten Unes or less, at the rate of $10 .for three
Contracts by the year or for six months, allowing priv?
ilege of changing, on more favorable terms. Address
EDWARD A. BRONSON.
Ncveuiboi IV tfusjusr.? ana. rcpncicc
DRU63. CHEM I CA LS, ETC?
"18 years established In N. Y. City."
* "Only infallible remedies known."
'Tree from Poisons." - %
"Not dangerous to tho Hnman Family.'
"Bats come ont of their holes to die."
RAT, ROACH, ETC., EXTERMINATORS,
Xs a past?-used for Eats, Mist, Hooches,
Black and Red Ants, ka., kc.
"Costars" Bed-Bug Extenniflator,
Is a liquid or wash-used to destroy, and
also as a preventive for Bed-Bug*, sc.
Co star's -Electric Powder for Insects
Is for Maths, Mosquitoes, Fleas, Bed-Bugs,
Insects on Planto, Fowls, Animal?, sc.
MW I I ! " BEWAB? I I I of all worthless imitations.
MW See that "COSTAU'B" name is on each Box, Bottle,
and Flask, before yon buy.
HEKRY R. COSTAR,
No. ??4 BROADWAY, N. Y. '
MW Sold to Charleston, ^." C., by " .
DOWDS k MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING bTBEET,
- ... Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DE. P. MF.LVIK COHEN, No. SM Xing-street
And aH Druggists and Dealers everywhere. SuS^v
BARNES, WARD h CO.,
New Orleans, La.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern State/.
FOB CUTS, BURNS, BRUISES, WOUNDS, BOILS, CAN?
CERS, Broken Breasts, Sore Nipples, Bleeding, Blind
and Painful Piles; Scrofulous, Putrid and Ill-conditioned
Sores; Ulcers, Glandular Swellings, Eruptions, Cutane?
ous Affections,. Ringworm, Itch, Corns, Bunions, Chil?
blains, Sc.; Chapped Hands, Lips, Sc; Bites of Spiders,
Insecte, Animals, sc, sc. .
MW Boxes, 35 cte., 50 cia. and $1 sizes. i???>?y',7;
MW Sold by all Druggists everywhere,
MW And by KENBY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 48* Broad
|*way, N. Y. . ' " '
MW And by DOWIE & MOISE,
" No. 157 MEETING- STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
DR. P. MELVIN COHET,
No. S5i King-street,- Charleston, S. C
BARNES, WARD S CO.,
New Orleans, IA.,
Wholesale Agente for the Southern States,
"GO S TAR'S"
FOB CORNS, BUNIONS, WASTS, Sc -
MW Boxes.' 25 cts., 50 cte. and 51 sizes.
MW Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
MW Ano. by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 481. Broad
MW And by DOWIE s MOISE,
- No,' 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 85* King-etreet, Charleston. S. C.
BARNES, WARD & CO.,
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
COS T AR'S."
PREPARAI ION OF
BITTER-SWEET ARB ORANGE BLOSSOMS,
FOB BEAUTIFYING TH^COMPLEXION. f?/;?
Used to Soften and Beautify the Skin, remove Freckles,.
Pimples, Emptions, ftc
Ladies are now using lt in preference to all others.
? MW Bottles, fl ^.
MW Sold by all Druggists everywhere.
MW And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot Na 484 Broad?
way, N. Y.
MW And by- DOWIE A MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
; No. 354 King-street, Charleston. 8. C--""
BARNES, -Waiuy * w^--"sC
oqyja^.ia^pPi??^tha Southern States. .
? "CO S TAR'S"
M fl \ ?
JR COUGHS, COLDS, HOARSENESS,' SORE
-Ji'.OAT, Croup, Whooping Cough, Influenza, Asthma,
ilf^umption, Bronchial Affections, and all Diseases of
jjonjoroat and Lungs.
?3 Bowles, 25 cte., 50 cte. and SI sizes.
MW And by HENRY R. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad,
way, N. Y. .
K?-And by DOWDS ft MOISE,
No. 157 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
DB. P. MELVYN COHEN,
No. 854 King-street, Charleston; 8. C.
BARNES, WARD 4 CO.,
. ... NewOrleans,La., :..
Wholesale Agents for the Southern States.
A UNIVERSAL DINNER PILL, -
For Nervous and Sick Headache, Costiveness, Indiges?
tion, Dyspepsia, Biliousness, Constipation, Diarrhoea,
Oohes, Chills, Fevers, and general derangement of the -
Digestivo Organs. ^
MW Boxes, 25 cte., 50 cte. and $1 sizes.
MW Sold by all Druggists everywhijc
MW And by HENRY H. COSTAR, Depot No. 484 Broad?
way, N. Y. . -
MW And by DOWIE k MOISE,
NO. 157 MEETING 8TEEET, :
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
DB. P. MELVIN COHEN,
No. 854 King-street, Charleston, 8. 0.
BARNES, WARD.ft CO., ;
. ? '. New Orleans. T?, .
W iclesale Af?ei te lor the Jouta ?TO at-tes;
rIE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
be unequal]ed by that of any ot he? m the far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Its virtues are such as have secured
it the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess?
ing, as it does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston, S. C. :
PHILADELPHIA, November 15,1805.
I have been fora year or moro past in the habit ot
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my invalid lite
to use the different waters of the several fountains which
boil up along that remarkable valley, dependent, indeed,
upon them tor much of the comfort I enjoy, I am satis?
fied that the Excelsior Water is as well adapted as any
other among them, if not moro to, to the purposes for
which they are generally employed. It is very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively and
sparkling. * * * I can heartily and conscientiously /X
recommend it to all who need a gentle cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, and
packed in good order for shipping, Pints in bose., ot
four dozen each, and Quarts in boxes of two dozen each.
BOLD AT WHOLESALE BY.
Importers and Wholesale Druggis
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHABLESTON HOTEL.
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Oppesite Charleston Hotel.
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 Gmo
THE BEST TONIC NOW I USE !