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WEDNESDAY MOBNTNGT APRIL- S, 1867.
[From Vie Boston Traveller.]
MASSACHUSETTS TO SOUTH CAROLINA.
BIL. r. F?LLE lt.
When winter edged the Northern air
And crystals bearded every month,
Wo sought thee. Carolini lair I
Soft, erring sister of the South 1
We found theo breathing myrrh aud balm.
And blooming with a vernal charm !
Thyscaptivos, Carolina, we
From their unwilling bonds released ;
But thou canst captivate the free
That on thy nativo boautios feast,
If thou wilt own them as the peere
Of thy ancestral cavaliers 1
' Thy wayward temper would'st thou mond
And Southern airs, Child of the Sun !
The North, a neighbor and a friend.
To its first love would soon be won :
And e'en thy rival of the Bay
Would bow to thy Palmetto-sway.
With triumph we are.not elate,
Thy weal, as well as ours, we sought ;
And for the good of every State
Unselfishly the Federals sought ;
Not to enslave, we conquered thoo ;
But 'gainst thy will, to make thee free.
Then own thy faults, fair Caroline !
And wear thy winter-blooming flowers ;
The Bay with ihe Palmetto twine :
The victory is thine and ours.
With willin<r "subjects, thou shalt be
Queen, Carolina, of the free 1
SENATE.-A bill was passed appropri
ating*$5,000 for the National Soldiers' and
Sailors' Home. A resolution was adopted
continuing all thc hills on the calender to
the next session. The rule of the execu?
tive session, requiring nominations not
acted upon to he returned to the President
after the close of thc session, was suspend?
ed so as to allow nominations now pending
in the executive session to he continued
until acted upon. A resolution was passed
providing for a Joint Special Committee on
Ordnance. A resolution was passed pro?
viding for the appointment of a joint com?
mittee of three Senators and five Repre?
sentatives to accompany the remains of the
late Senator Riddle to his home. Mr.
Sumner gave notice that on the first
Wednesday in July he would eall up the
hill for universal suffrage throughout the
United States. He had reason to believe,
he said, that there would he a. quorum
present on that day. At 10:45 o'clock A.
M. the Senate went into executive session,
and at 12 M. the doors were re-opened and
the President pro tem, declared the Senate
adjourned until the first Wednesday in
HOUSE OF AIEPRESENTATIVES.-The
memorial from the Mayor and members of
the City Council of Baltimore, asking Con?
gress to assist the people of Maryland to
form a State government republican in form
and in unison with the spirit of the age,
was presented by Mr. Thomas and referred
to the Committee on the Judiciary. The
Senate bill to amend the organic act of
Colorado Territory was taken up and pass?
ed, as were also several other Senate bills
of minor importance. A message was re?
ceived from the President of the United
States, giving his reason for approving the
bill amendatory to the supplementary bill
for the more efficient government of the
Southern States. The Senate resolution
authorizing the appointment of a committee
to accompany the remains of the late Sena?
tor Riddle to his home was concurred in.
and Messrs. Farnsworth, of Illinois, Nichol?
son, of Delaware, Glossbrenner, of Penn?
sylvania, Kerr, of Indiana, and Benton, of
New Hampshire, were appointed the com?
mittee on the part of thc House. At 12
o'clock M. the Speaker rose and declared
the House adjourned until the first Wed?
nesday in July.
Trie New Regime In Louisiana.
The following partis .liars concerning the
removal of civil officers and re-appoint?
ments, by General SHERIDAN in New Or?
leans, we take from our New Orleans_ex
changes of 29th :
1 INAUGURATION OF THE NEW MAYOR.
1 At 12 o'clock yesterday, in accordance
with the announcement previously sent to
Mr. Monroe, the newly appointed Mayor,
Hon. Edward Heath, was duly installed as
Chief Magistrate of the city of New Or?
leans. Previous to the appointed hour,
there was quite a numerous assemblage in
the lobbies and around the City Hall, many
of them personal friends of Mr. Monroe,
many others attracted by curiosity, and not
a few seekers after office-a fact, by the
way, which did not surprise any one.
In due time Mr. Heath made his appear?
ance, numerously escorted, and passed into
the Mayor's parlor, the police. (by. , Mr.
Monroe's directions) keeping outside alli
pefsonswhom the1 new Mayor didcot signi?
fy a wish to have admission. More than a
hundred persons had gathered in the par?
lor, (which had been prepared with more
than usual care for their reception), when
the doors were closed. Mr. Monroe took
the principal seat, and Mr. Heath a posi?
tion on bis right, thc crowd forming a circle
around them. The late Mayor then arose,
and said that in accordance with the laws of
.Congress, and a military order froni the
Commanding General, he transferred the
duties and responsibilities, and archives of
the office of Mayor, to his appointed suc?
cessor. He had held the position by elec?
tion of the people for several years, and
had found it by no means an easy one; he
hoped Mr. Heath, whom he had always
, known as a quiet and law-abiding citizen,
would find it more pleasant and less event?
ful. In bis ministrations of affairs he had
always been governed by the constitution
andlaws of the State and charter and ordi?
nances of the city, and had striven to carry
out"their provisions faithfully; he should at
all times be-ready5 and willing to give the
benefits of his experience to Mr. Heath, or
aid him in any possible way.
Mr. Monroe then handed his successor
to the Chair of State. ?
Mr Heath responded, thanking Mr.
Monroe for his kindly wishes ; he intended
to make no speech on the occasion, but
would say that he should endeavor to
administer the afiairs of the Mayoralty in a
manner that would prove satisfactory to all.
The question arising as to whether Mr.
Monroe had the authority to administer the
oath of office,' - Attorney-General Lynch
gave his opinan adversely, and Mr. G. H.
Braughn, Justice of the Peace, .was sent for
to?conduct this ceremony.
3?ow fellowed a general hand-shaking, in
the midst of which an immense bowl of
! champagne punch made its appearance, and
the health of thc new Mayor was pledged
by all. It was one of the most good
humored end social gatherings we have
witnessed for many ? day.
Mr. Overall,' private secretary, goes ont
of office with Mr. Monroe, and we under?
stand designs again engaging in newspaper
life,-having received an excellent offer. Mr.
George. T. Childs, a.yery courteous gentle?
man,, acts as private secretary for Mayor
Assistant Secretary Marks, at least for
the present, will continue in office, in order
to initiate the incoming authorities into the
routine duties of the city business.
Jfr. Heath; wemay remark, displays a
most laudable anxiety concerning the con?
dition of the levees above the city, and ex?
presses an intention of doing , all in his
pow?'to prevent disaster.--limes. " ?
INAUGURATION OF THE 'KEW OFFICERS. AT THE
. . ^ JIBtTT DISTRICT COURT. f:'??'.'/ %
? I AB rriight "have . been expected, a large
crowd was this morning in attendance at
the First District Court to witness the exit
of the old.and the inauguration o? thc new
officers in'this' court,. Xii* recent changes
were every where .eagerly discussed among
counsellors; officers of tte court, and spec?
tators, and speculations made as to what
would bc the next changes.
At a quarter past ten his honor Judge
W. W. Howe was escorted by ex-Judge
Abell through the court room into the
judge's private reception room, and a half
hour's private conversation followed be?
tween thc two judges and the old and new
attorney generals. Judge Howe was then
escorted to his seat by ex-Judge Abell, and
the former commenced his duties by order?
ing the reading of the minutes.
After this was done Dlr. Trepagnier, the
clerk, read the recent military order and the
written oath of the new incumbent. Attor?
ney-General Lynch was then sworn in by
Judge Howe and the juries were then dis?
missed. A member of thc bar now asked if
a motion would be entertained, and the
court, answered, noise, unless of special im?
The event was characterized by no exhi
tion of feeling or anything like a scene, the
judge politely adorning his" successor with
the judicial ermine (figuratively speaking).
Judge Abell ushered him to his chair
with an air which seemed to doubt whether
he was doing much of a kindness; and the
manners of Judge Howe seemed, by their
reserve and reticence, to doubt whether the
dignity would not prove of more trouble
j than it.was worth.
I Attorney-General Lynch modestly con?
tented himself with a seat among the ju
I rors, and ex Attorney-General Herron oc?
cupied his time in quietly sortir- his
I papers and chewing tobacco, with a specu?
lative, musing air, until thc arrival of Judge
Howe. He had received no notification of
the change until Wednesday, between one
and two o'clock, at which time he was re?
quested to sign a receipt for the order. He
had receipted at the same time for J udge
Abell. He had not been informed of any
cause for removal as having recently occur?
red, and seemed to suppose that some in?
dictments about the time of the July con?
vention might have had something to do
with his removal. The court adjourned
MO ELECTIONS TN LOUISIANA.
The following order was issued by Gen.
Sheridan on the 28th. It is more especial?
ly, says the Times, designed to suspend
certain municipal elections in Baton Bouge
and one or two other places throughout
the State :
HEAPQ'RS. FIFTH MILITARY DIST., ~\
NEW ORLEANS, LA., >.
March 28, 1867. )
[Special Orders No. 7.]
2. It is hereby announced, for the infor- -
mation and guidance of all concerned, that
no elections for State, parish, municipal or
judicial offices, will be held in the State of
Louisiana, until the provisions of the law of
Congress, entitled !'An Act to provide for
the more efficient government of the rebel
States," and of the act supplementary
thereto, shall have been complied with.
Until elections are held in accordance with
those acts, the law of the Legislature of
the State of Louisiana, approved March
15, 1867, which provides ibr the continu?
ance in the performance of their duties of
those persons whose term of office would
otherwise have expired, will govern all
cases except those which may be specially
acted upon at these Headquarters.
* * * * * * *
By command of ' Major-General P. H.
GEO. L. HABTSUFF,
Assistant Adjutant General.
I A NORTHERN FORT-Per sehr Edna Harwood-106,000
teet Lumber, 80 tons Cotton Seed.
PHILADELPHIA-Ber sehr P A Sanders-200. tons Can?
non, Lot XHuoitore, 10,000 OseL X*mnl)er.
Tile Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
" CHARLESTON, Tuesday Evening, April 2, 1867. J
Tba very light stock on sale has enabled sellers gener
I ally to obtain previous prices, notwithstanding the de
j pressed condition of. the staple in the English market.
Salis about 825 bales, say : 17 at 37, 67 at 28, 8 at 28 >i,
S at 28X, 190 at 28, 2 at 29and 47 bales of Zipporali
cotton, extra staple, at 33c 9 Bs. We quote :
Low Middling.............28 @-c
Strict Middling.30 @-c
Augusta Market. .'
AUGUSTA, OA., April L-FTNANOIAL.-The money
I market remains unchanged.
GOLD.-Brokera are buying at 135. and selling at 137.
Sn.VEE.-Brokers are buying at 128, and selling at 132.
EEorau-riEs-Of all kinds are dull.
COTTON-There has been a good demand to-day. but
very little ottering, sellers being reluctant to take the
prices offered by buyers, which were about the same as
on Saturday-say 28c for middling. Sales were Um<t?T
i consequence, and amounted to 130 bales, &.* follows :
i 1 at 24>?. * at 26,1 at 2T, 12 at 28, 41 at 28^', 41 at 28J?
I and 20 at 29c.
Receipts, 176 bales. .
EXCHANGE-Checks on t: s North are selfing ot par.
Outdoor rates % off. Very few time billa offering.
COTTON.-There have been fluctuations during the
week with generally a good demand. The sales of the
I week foot up 917 bales, while the receipts for the same
period are 511 bales.
COTTON ETATXMTTNT.rOB AUGUSTA AND HAMBURG.
I Stock on hand September 1,1866. 9,688
1 Received since last statement (March 18)... 1,028
Received previously... .?52,950-53,973
j Exported since last statement.1,456
Stock on hand March 31,1867:
Colomb aa Market.
COLUMBUS, March 31.-COTTON-Salas lor the week
| about 300 bales. On Monday the market opened at 23a
24c. for Middlings, and had- steadily decHn-d to yester
, day, owing to decline in New Yore, and Liverpool, when
prices wea- nearly nominale* 2Sc. buyer paying tax;' ,. .'
liocoipts for ?reek iS? bates against 408-the- previous
one-32 by M. R. H., 159 by M. As G. R. B., 35 by OpeHka
It- E., 87 by river, 120 by wagons. Shipments 293 hales
against 1,075 the previous one-253 by M. K. H., 40 by
WEEKLY STATXVENT. . ?
I Stock September 1._ 2,'861
Received past week....:-..' 433
| Boooivod previously_."-.- -. 41.074-41.507
Shipped past week. .'293
Bumed in tho Planter's Warehouse, Jan. '
i Stock on hand March 30. 8,631
1860...............116,806 ?'..... ,
Sew Orleans parket.
NEW ORLEANS, March 2&^-COTTON-We have again
to notice a auU and inanimate market. The failure of
later intelligence from Liverpool, the unusual depression
prevailing at New York, and the evident indisposition of
holders to submit to further concession, all contributed
to superinduce a feeling on the part cf buyers, decidedly,
averse to operating. Hence the movement has Dean re?
stricted throughout, resulting in. sales of barely 2800
bales, taken by ten brokers, at irregular but softer price?,
th e market closing with a tend TirTm?wn,<aHTfl..ltllH,Pl^
With tho above remarks we quo e as follows : Ordinary !
27c, Good Ordinary 28, Low Mi?MHng 39, and Middling
SC-adding, however; that these figures ?suit be regard?
ed ss entirely nominal._"
STAXEHEST OP COTTON.
Stock on hand SeptT 1st, 1868..bales. '102,082.
j Received to-day.'... 1,016- -
I Received previously..,.... .662,372-663,287
Cleared tftdoy.. 640 .".'-? ?'?'-''
! Cleared previously.....562,964-563^94
? Stock on hand. ^ 201,775
Cleared for Barcelona 640 bale.'.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-Only t few hogsheads sugar
j have been received from the coast since yesterday ; no
molasses. The stock of sugar is small but amply suffi?
cient for tho *<rni?^rf. which ls very limited. There
garere sales today, however, of 147 hods, at 12J4C. 9 fl?
f?r low fair, 13j<o.:.ij?c for prime, 13c. for strictly- good:
fair and liaise for y<llcw clarified. There ls very little
Louiataoi inpasses on band* It does not appear to be
much In request, however. There were no .'?ales today,
but we quote fermenting at SOaeOe. gallon. Cubs
molasses is held st 60c.
Riox-The market is nearly bare of Louisiana. It is
in demand, and prices are very firm. We quote Louisi?
ana at Ballee; Indiana 8ol0c; Carolina llJ4*12Kc
CosM-Continua? m good demand, and we note* firm
market. There wera Kalos to-day of fully 26,000 sacks, of
which 2O0O mixed aisIOOal 07%? 6000 mixed at ?107?;
100 mixed, 8316 yellow an* yellow mixed: ead 2783 white
mixed at $110; 660 yellow, 2450 white ^oa 1700 white I
mixed at fl 13J?; 300 white, 600 sad 9000 do at Cl 16 per
OATSL-The market is quiet, but firm. Sales 6300 sacks,
of which SOO, IMO and 6000 taken mostly on speculation
; at 70o per bushel; also 3600 bags, 1 lot at 70c and ?50O at
; the same. . : -.
Fx EIGHTS_Tho market is quiet, but steady and firm.
The rates are 9-18d per lb cottonby sou for Liver?
pool; 1SJ60 for Havre; ld per lb tor cotton by stearn to
Liverpool; Kc by steam for New York, and85 per hbd
' for tobacco. Tht rites coastwise aro nominal.
WILMINGTON, April 1-TtnwaTrrnnt-Has been
, brought in sparingly for tho past week, and ls tn mode?
rate demand. Crdy one small lot (12 bus.) racaivod to?
day, and cold at $4 for yellow dip and %2 75 for hard, per
Srisrra TuarzrraaE-Tho market ls la2 cents better,
and we quote nies of 100 obis at 70 cents, and 62 do at 71
cents per galton. J
- Boers-Saloi of 386 bbl? at $3 25a* 37% for strained
common, and $3 CO for No. 2.
No sales reported in Cotton.
COB?.-A cargo of 1000 bushels damaged sold at auc?
tion to-day at prices ranging from 60 cents to $1 12% per
TIMBER-Two rafts sold at $8o39 per M for fair
BALTIMORE, March 20.-Corns-There arc ftvo car?
goes now dally looked for from Rio, and much needed to
replenish our exhausted stock in Importer's hands. Wo
notice a good inquiry and Arm market. Tho ?.alee to-day
consist of 600 bags. cx-Cricaet (resale.) on private terms;
200 bags prime do 19al9%c gold.
COTTON-Our market remains inactive, though holders
firm. We notice solos of 100 bales on a oasis of 30c for
Middling Uplands; shipments (cleared) yesterday and to
day nearly 1800 boles to Liverpool.
FLOUR-We notice a firm but not very active market
The sales re poi tod were 100 bbl? Northwestern Extra at
$11 CO; 100 do?1175; 100 do do $12; 150 bbb. choice do
$13, and ISO do do $13 CO-tho latter is for tl io choicest of
this description; 100 bbls Howard street Super, good.
$10 70;1U0 bbls common Howard Street Extra 811 50:10O
bbls Northwestern Super $1L Nothing doing in City
Mills. Quotations generally unchanged, viz:
Howard-street Super ana Cut Extra. ..$10 75 i?uSll r>0
Howard-street Shipping Extra. ll 76 (ai 13 25
Howard-street High Grades. 13 25 ? li GO
Howard-street Family. li 50 @ IS 00
Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 10 75 @ ll 25
Ohio Extra Shipping. 00 00 @ 1)0 00
Ohio retailing. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Family. 14 00 <$ 15 SO
Northwestern Super. 10 25 ? 10 75
Northwestern Extra..'. 12 00 @ 12 75
City Mills Super.ll 00 @ 11 60
City Mills, Standard Extra. 12 00 @ 12 75
City Mills Shipping brands Extra. 15 00 @ 10 50
Baltimore, Wolch's& Greenfield Fom'y 17 60 @ 00 00
Baltimore high grade Extra.. 17 00 (al 00 00
Bye Flour, new. 7 60 @ 7 7C
Corn Meal. City Mills. 6 20 Cai G 25
GRAIN-Wheat-Only 700 bushels rod oflbrcd; no
sales; market steady; some inquiry for spring Wheat;
quote : Milwaukee No. 2 cost here $2 60 ; No. 1 Is very
scarce in the West; steck of this quality quito bare.
Corn.-Tho offerings to-day were 8,300 bushels white
and 1,600 bushels yellow; tho market opened weak and
sold before the close at3a4 cts. below the previous day's
prices; wo report sales of 5,000 bushels white at $100a
110; 4,500 bushels do. $106ol07; 400 bushels Western
mixed $104-, 8,000 bushels yellow $1 (?Sal 10; 2,000 bush?
els Western mlxod $102. Oats_2,000 bushels offered;
no sales; quote CCa70 cts., as to quality.
MOLASSES.-No sales to-day.
PROVISIONS-A somewhat better feeling is noticed to?
day, based on on improved demand for Bacon on orders.
The soles fool up 75 to 100 casks, Including Shoulders ut
10%al0Jic; rib sides 12%c; clear rib J23k?c. We also no?
tice firmness for Mess Fork; solea '25 obis to-day at $24.
Bulk Meats remain quiet; nono offering, neither is th rc
much inquiry. Lard is held et< ady ot 13c, net, cash, for
100 bbl lots, and 13%ol3%c for retail lots of Western,
BICE-Quiet and nominally unchanged : quote Caro?
lina held at lo>xalojic and Rangoon 9%al0%c.
SALT-ls steady as before-viz : Liverpool Fin" ?3 25:
do Ground Alum $2 20a2 25 ^( sock. Turk's Island 62a65c
SUGAR-We notice somo inquiry, both for refining and
the trade, but tho market is unchanged as regards prices;
the sales reported were 20 bh^< good grocery Cuba at
11% eta; 84 Mads grocery English Island, and 38 do for
refining, both on private terms. Wc quote fair to good
refining 10al0% eta, and grocery grades samo as yester?
REFINED SUGARS-Wo quote crushed, powdered and
granulated, 16 cta;*Awhite, soft, 14>J cts: circle A 14%
cte; B13% cts; extra C13% cts; C yellow 13% cts, and
low grades yellow 12ol2% cts.
SYRUP-Wo quote Maryland Company's Golden 70 cts;
Baltimore common 58 cts; do extra 90 cts.
WHISKEX-No further sales reported, but quote held
steady, in bond, at 30a32 cte ^ gallon.
Consign?es per Sentit Carol Ina Railroad
411 bales Cotton, 90 bales Mdze, 95 boitas Tobacco, 0
bbls Spirits Turpentine, 24 bbls Rosin. 6 cars Stock, and
Sundries. To A Robinson lc Co, Willis lc Cbisolm, Ch's
olm Bros. Z Davis, E H Rodgers & Co, W P Dowling, H
Kuck, Wharton 4: Petsch, R R Agent, C N Averill & Son,
G W Williams & Co, W M Bird & Co, T W Johnson, F C
Mey, Fraser tc Dill, W C Courtney lc Co, Mowry Sc Co, J
B E Sloan, Crawford A Friday, W C Dukes & Co. P Sulli?
van, Hunt Bros, J Fraser & Co, P Malkai, J B Togni, S
Hicks, Taft & Howland.
Per steamship Saragossa, from New York-General
Lewis, Col Taylor, L Giacounni, J E Kalzenmeyer, J L
Oonda, Miss Mary Tongue, C W Stephens. Miss L Doyle,
Prince, E H Gray, T D Strong, F Lyman and lady, C G
Aubin, J W Ehringer. Mrs McCormick. Mrs Pratt
Per steamship Manhattan, from New York-G Hough
ton, A Campbell, A Menke, Miss J E Scott Mrs C Goil
fnss and child, H Schwerin,' C F Tripp, Mis Fitzpatrick
and 5 children, J Pcrriston, F Knapp, W E Proctor, P
Cullinane. Capt Tucker, J M L Peck. H Peck, Mr Edger?
ton, W Montague, S Draper, W Boyd, lady and servant,
Mr Sullivan, GLiscolgt R M Clark, Miss McElvey, Mrs
Hunter sud child,. E Franklin, and 10 steerage.
PHASES OF TEE MOON.
New M. 4th, 4h. 44m. even I Full M. 18'h, ah. 46m. even
First Q. 11th, 2h. 49m. mom | Last Q. 26th, 8h. 41m. even
POBl OF CHARLESTOS .
Steamship Saragossa, Crowell, New York, 65 hours.
Mdse. To Kavenei s Co, R R Agents, Southern Express
Co, J E Adger A Co, Adams, Damon Sc Co, J D Aiken &
Co, C N Averill Sc Son, M Alexander,'J Apple, Alexander
Sc Levy, J Adger Sc Co, M Endel, W M Bird & Co, Brown
A Hyer, T M Bristol], E H Rodgers & Co, J Bernard, N
B Burke, Bollmann Bros, T W Bliss, H R Banks, H Bis?
choff Sc Co, Brans A Bee, Bonafant lc Salas, J Buck tc Co,
Crane, Boyleston tc Co. T M Cater. Cameron, Barkley &
Co, Cbisolm Bros, J Campeen ic Co, H Cobia & Co, G
Cohen, R tc A P Caldwell, J Commins, G W Clark tc Co.
5 G Courtenay, H Daly, V Darcy, L Dm -ker, J B Duval
tc Son, J Harun, I L Falk lc Co, Ferguson A Holmes, B
Foley, Fraser lc Dill, B Feldman, D F r leming. Fairley Sc
Co, Gruber & Martin, O Gravcley, Goodrich, Wincman &
Co, Goudkop & Beuthner, J L Girardeau, H Gerdts &
Co, WGurney, Miss C Elmore, R W Gale. A G Goodman,
Graeser. Lee, Smith & Co, 7 Hnrkamp & Co, Hastie, Cal?
houn tc Co, Hart & Co, O A Hopley. G H Hoppock, N A
Hunt F Heintz, J H Hillen, Holmes* Book Store, S Jan
covich, Jennings, Thomiinson tc Co, J Jars, C H John?
son, A Hiing, Jeffers tc Co, KHnrk, Wickenberg & Co, F
KresseL J P Kirip, C L Komahrens, H W trimmum. Leo
tc Spencer, W Kinsman, Lengnick Sc Sell, Laurey Sc Alex?
ander, JW Linley, C H Moise, S R Marshall, A McLeish,
J H Sc D Maller, M Marks, Mackey Sc Baker, Mehrtons Sc
Wohltmsnn, J Mann, J Mayer, Marshall, Burge A Bowen,
Man tone Sc Co,-W IMatthiessen. MacnUax,' Wilhams Sc
Parker, T McCar.hy, J B Morella, C H Moise, W Mor?
scher, T Murphy, North, Steele ii Wardell, B O'Neill, J
C Ojeman, P O'Donnell. J F O'Neill & .Son, D O'Neill Sc
Son, J Purcell, Parker ic Child, RE Penna], C P Poppen
helm, J A Quackenbush, W Roach, J Russell, Ravenel ic
Co. E H Rodgers St Co, Ezekiel Sc Koon, H Rosenthal, J
F Bundler!, JR Read Sc Co, L Schnell Sc Co, Shackelford
6 Fra--ex, J Spring, G W Steffens & Co, W Steele, Willis
Sc Cbisolm, L Schnell A Co, E B Stoddard, J Thompson
& Co, J B Togni, M Gannlon, Jr, W G Trott C Voigt F
Von Bonton, G H Walter, Wagner, Heath Sc Monsees, J B
Wiltberger, Welch Sc Hervey, Werner* Ducker, BWhite,
Mrs S Watts, M Weigert & Co, J Wallach, W L Webb, G
W Wilhams 3c Co, White A Mixer.
Steamship Manhattan, Collins, New York, 60 hours.
Mdse. To Street Bros Sc Co, M Endel, W Mccomb &
Co, C D Brahe ft Co, W S Corwin St Co. J Walker, Agent,
H Cobia & Co, J Tuomey, E Bates tc Co, E H Rodgers &
Sc Co, Dorbaum & Menke, Cameron. Barkley A Co, Wil?
liams Sc Few, Southern Express Co, E H Cohen tc Co, 0
O'Neffl, W A Skrine, G Prince, M D, T Bernhardy, G W
Aimer; AW Eckel lc Co, c FPonknin, W Levin, Jr, Men?
tone A Co, J & F Dawson, J Apple, S Levy, P Meitzler,
W HChafee, H Gerdts tc Co, B M - Butler, Moses & Mc
Nair, a 8 Radcliffe, S Watts, North, Steele A'Wardell, G
AVimnriBkl, Hastie, Calhoun Sc Co, Johnston, Crews te
Co, F Christman, C H Johnson,-Dewing, Burkett A Co,
T Levinson A Co, Marshall, Burge & Bowen, Klinck,
Wickenberg tc Co, H Linstedt J Von Hohen, W C Dukes
A Co, H Klatte & Co, R J Donaldson, T Kelly, Nesbit A
Maxwell, C H Moise, McLoy A Rice, H Staitz, J Marzyck,
A IlUiig, Miss R A Maitland, P Walsh & Co, Kendall Sc
Dockery, Bart & Wirt, Cohen, Hanckel Sc Co, S G Courte?
nay, Werner A Ducker, O N Cohen, Sommers tc Baruch,
A H Abrahams, G Beuthner, Muller A Nimitz, J H Blan
pvaU, B Martin, Williams te Co, G LeGendse, J Purcell, H
Bischoff & Co, J Small & Co, W H Kidd, J B E Sloan, T
McKee, G W Shackford. J T Hill A Co, T M Bristol], O
W Afanar; Q Prince, F Bernhardy, L Ootman, W G Wnil
den, B CNeiU, W H Hovey.
Steamship Patapsuo, Nerf, Baltimore-left Saturday, A
M. Corn and Mdze. lo Willis & Cbisolm, R R Agent
H Bulwinkle, D Paul A Co, G W Williams A Co, B & A P
Caldwell, J Browne, H Cobla A Co, Wurhmann A Ldlien
thal. W Jj Webb, W a Whfiden tc Co, R H McDowell &
Co, J Hnrkamp A Co, Laurey A Alexander, Jeffords &
Co, Street Bros A Co, J G Milnor A Co, J Strawinsky.
Stenhouse & Co, L Schnell A Co, J Campeen A Co, W J
Trim, J A Quackonbush, W Roach, Southern Express
Agent Luhrs A Stelling. Jeffords A Co, Dr G R Cutter, J
A J D Kirkpatrick, J Wiley". S H A D Muller, T Tupper &
Sons, G W Steffens A Co, Courtenay & Trenholm, and
others. On Buhasy, at 7 P M. 25 miles S of Cape Hatte'
ran, passed the steam ship Sea Gull in tow of the steam?
Steamship Falcon, Heed, Baltimore-left Saturday, P
I M. 40 Horses, Corn, tee To Mardi cai A Co, Courtenay
ic Trenholm, Gen R O Tyler, O ' TJedeman, G W Clark A
Co, G W Steffens A Co, R R Agent H Gerdts tc Co, D A
Amme, L Schnell A Co, Graber & Martin, H Cobla A Co,
F D C Kracke,'J O Quinn, BieaeB A Co. WC Tllton A Co,
Street Bros A Co, C N Averill tc Son, B O'Neill, C Voigt
Order, Groener, Lee, Smith A Co, Mehrtcns A Wohlt
xnann, R E Penna], Mantoue A Co, B Feldman, IE Herts
& Co, Ebsngb tc M?nones, T J Kerr A Co, J F Taylor A
Co, Collector of Customs, Cameron, Barkley Sc Co, H
Bischoff A Co, Laurey A Alexander, J Quinn, E Klein, B
Fattani, doctas A Witte, J A J D Kirkpatrick, F BresseU,
J & W H Armstrong, J D Aiken A Co, W G Trott, porcher
ti Henry, GoE^rrl tc Minott, WA Skrine, OW Williams
A Co, JU Radcliffe. C D Franke, Order, and others. 1
Sehr S J Waling, Smith, New York, 7 days.- Maze. To
W Roach, J E Adger A Co, PC Anderson, E Bates A Co,
J B Betts. A Bischoff. H Bischoff .Sc Co, BoUmann, Bros,
W M Bfrd A Co, WBurnham, E & A P Caldwell, Came?
ron, Barkley A Co, Chlsolm Bros, Casetos A Witte, O D
Carr tc Co, TM Coter, H Cobla'A Co. J Campeen A Co, G
W Clark ic Co, J Cosgrove. J O H Pla?esen, H Daly, J AF
Dawson, L Davis, C Deckhoff, B T Decry, J W Denny, J
A D.GoctJen, Dowls & Moose; J B Duval A Son, Gourdin,
Matth!Fasan A Co, D F Fleming A Co, Goodrich, Wine
man ACo, Garr? ty tc Deignan, G Berbussee, H Gerdts A
Co, Gramsna A Schwache, J W Harrisson Sc Son, J Heins,
Hart tc Co, N Hunt A Son, J Hnrkamp A Co. C L Kor
astoene. Kinsman A Howell, H Klatte A Cr?, A Longer,
H Kearn Sc Co, Lauroy * Alexander, Lancaster <St Howe,
J B Leave!, D IATaetrthsI A Co, C Madsen, J C Marshall,
Maryck Bros, J H A D Muller, Muller lc Nimitz, Zog
baum. Young A Co, B O'Neill, J -C Ojemann. R B Pen?
nal, NEB lt Agent SC B B Agent C Bing; Shepherd A
Cohen, W Steele, A O Stone, D H SUoox. G W Steffens A
Co, Street Bros A Co, J Thompson A Co, Cfferhardt A
' Campeen, P C Walsh, Wagener, Heath. A Monsees, WG
Whflden A Co, Wilbur A Son, Willie tc Chlsolm, L Weis
kop, Werner A Ducker, Mehrten? A WohUmarm, Wuhr
msnn A LfUlenthaL W L Webb, W T White, Agent, W S
Corwin i Co, H Wilhams, S Bair, D Paul & Co, J B Sulli?
van, Pratt;'James A Co, Stevens, S A Co, Thompson A
W, LL West. ? , ; .
Behr Edna Horwood, Harwood, a- Northern Port-H F
buh? P A Bandera, Carroll. Philadelphia-H F Baker A
From this Port.
Swhr Denle! Chase, Mitchell, Baltimore, March 30.
Up 'far this Port.
Steam warp Sodass, Horsy, st New York, to leave April 2.
' " Cleared for thia Port.
Brig Auston. Sawyer, at New York, March 30.
Sehr Mary Ella, Tiernas, at Boston, March 29.
" '.1.fr***** **>f dis Port.
Brig B.H Jonas, -, from Baltimore, March 80.
.' / ' '. T~ ' .
The ship Golconda, MUkelly, from Liberia with m.. n
snrLpssfsnaers, arrived at Portress Monroe, March 30,
Tho steamer Jae Gary, from 'Wilmington, il C. at B/dt.
.more, reports that March 28,10 miles S of Hatteras, saw
Ou, scar Golden Ga*e, from Ban sore for Qhfulsstun, - -,
I.IST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship Amoila, Connor, to Bail.March IS
Ship BHiKsarl. EdwarJ. Biilod.Fob IS
Br bark The Queen. Stuart, sailed.March 1
Brem bark Evorhaxd Delius, Hobnholtz, sailed... .Feb 27
Tho Effort, Hussey, sailed. -Peb 1
Tho Seaman, Doyle, sailed;.,.Feb 5
Tho Blanch. Campbell, cl cured.Feb 13
Brig Depesche, Lubke, sallod.Fob 15
Brig Albert, Errlcksen. Bailed.Jan 22
The Allon, Mortel], sailed.Feb 5
Sehr Transit, Stetson, cleared.Feb ll
Kehr Willie Mowo. Hilton, cleared.March 26
Sehr Mary Ella, Thomas, cleared_-.March 29
Steamship Sodona, Hovoy. to leave.April 2
Brig Webster Kelly, Haskell. New york, up... .March 28
Brig Allston, Sawyer, cleared.March 80
Sehr Harry Sandell, 'Weldon, np.March .5
Sehr Sarah Bruon, Crawford, at Philadelphia, March 22
Brig B H Jones, Davin, sal od.March 39
Brig Webster Kelly. Kelly, up.March 20
Brig Jennie Achorn. Achorn, sailed.March 2U
Sehr E J Palmer. Palmer, up.March 29
Sehr C W Ewell, Long, np.March 30
behr L H Hopkins. Loper, Baltimore, ap.March 23
Sehr Golden Gate. Friable, cleared.March lt
There cometh glad tidings of joy to all.
To young and to old, to g' cat and to small;
The bounty which once was so precious and rare.
Is free for all, and all may be fair.
By thc nae of
For Improving and Beautifying the Complexion,
The most valuable and perfect preparation in use, for !
giving tho skin a beautiful pearl-like tint, that ls only j
found in youth. It quickly removes Tan, Freckles, Pim?
ples, Blotches. Moth Pitches, Sal.owness. Eruptions,
and all impurities of the skin, kindly healing tho same I
leaving the skin white and clear as alabaster. Its use
cannot bo detected by the closest scrutiny, and being a
vegetable preparation is perfectly harmless. It is the
only article of tho land used by tho French, and is con?
sidered by the PariBian os indispensable to a perfect
toilet. Upwards of 30,000 bottles were sold during the j
?asst year, a suincient guszan?e? or li? efficacy. Price
only 75 cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, on receipt of an
order, by _
BERGER, SHOTTS 4: CO., Chemists,
285 Elver St, Troy, N. Y.
March 30._ lyr
F. M. BURDELL,
?\T7TLL DEVOTE HIMSELF TO THE PURCHASE |
VV and salo of MERCHANDISE OF ALT, KINDS.
Office at tho corner of BROAD AND EAST BAT
STREETS, in basement of State Bank, where samples
may be seen.
ItEFEueNCEs-Mr. C. M. Forman, Mr. Theodore D.
Wagner, Messrs. John Fraser & Co., Messrs. Mordecai &
Co., Messrs. W. C. Dukes 4: Co., Messrs. Gourdin,
Matthicssen A Co., Charleston, S. C.
ASURE CUBE FOR THE PILES, PUT UP XS
PACKAGES of 1000 pieces.
Price 50 cents. For sole by
March 18 Imo Nc 59 BROAD STREET.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March L1867. J
A LL TAVERN-KEEPERS, AND PERSONS RETAIL
jflL LNG spirituous liquors, within the city limits, who
have not executed their bonds and taken out the proper
cards to show that they have license to sou, wiU here
ported as not complying with the law, arter Monday, 5th
Those who have cards are hereby notified to have Cae
same placed m a conspicuous place in Hie window. AB
tailing to observe this notice win also be reported, after
tho above-mentioned time. W. H. SMITH,
March 2 Clerk of Council.
G. F. VOILER,
NO. 108 MARKET ST.,
Books, Periodicals and Stationery.
' A lar e supply of STATIONERY
1HOTOGRAPHS, PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS
POCKET BOOKS, DIARIES for 1887, Etc
ALSO, -,_ . -
fine and hugo selection of NOVELS, by the most
eel "lrated authors. SONG BOOKS, BOOKS for Home
Am sements, ito. _;
Al. the MONTHLY MAGAZINES, WEEKLY PAPERS.
DAILIES constantly on hand, and subscriptions re?
ceived for the same.
Orders from tho country are respectfully solicited.
TKHM- T T*>K*t A.",._ November 8
~~M; M. QUINN,
"Wholesale & Retail Dealers
NEWSPAPERS, STATIONERY, ETC.,
No. 537 KINO STREET
(Opposite Ann street),
Charleston, C. S.
The LATEST ISSUES of the Press always on hand.
Subscriptions received and Goods delivered or for?
warded by Mail or Express.
All CASH ORDERS will bo promptly attended tc
February 28 ly
j SOUTHERN EXPRESS WANT,
Office No. 147 Meeting street.
Every attention given to the sale j
Transmission of Freight, Money,
WILL CALL FOR AND DELIVER FREIGHT
TO ANY POINT IN THE CITY
FREE OF CHARGE.
H. B. PLAJVT, President,
April 10 Augusto, Ga.
OFFICE OF CITY THEA RUBY, )
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT UNDER
the following Ordinance licenses have been prepared
; for delivery from this Office. 87 THOMAS,
SEO. li Be it Ordained by the Mayor and Aldermen in
j Oily Council assembled. That from *and after the first day
of January, licenses shalt bo taken out for all carts, drays
and wagons, used for private and dornest purposes, in
the same manner; sha according to the same provisions
now of force in relation to carts, drays and wagons,.letor.
driven ?for hire, except giving bonds,' And each,such
cart, dray er wagon, shall be provided with a badge con
tsintn^ tho number thereof, and' marked Private, to be'
placed on the outside of the shaft.
SEO. 2. No person shall be taken by the Treasurer as
surety to any bond under the Ordinance concerning li?
censes for carts, drays, wagons sad other carnages, ?n?
icas ho or she be a freeholder. ??..i^Ztnm -X
SEC 3- The following shall hereafter bethe rates for
j licenses for public and private carts, drays, wagons, Ac,
including tho horses.or mules used thereof, which shall
be free from other taxation:
I PUBLIC CABTfl, .PRAYS, EIC OB THOSE EMPLOYED IN AN?
BUSINESS WSJ&XEVEE, TOE BIBS DXBSGT OB ENPrAEOT.
For every cart, dray mr wagon, drown by one horse ar
I mule, ?20. '. ' " " ~ . .'
For every cart, dray or wagon, drawn by two hones or
j mules, $30. ' " -
For every hack and carriage with two wheels, SOO.
For every hack and carriage with four wheels, S40.
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus),
with two horses, 960. ? .
For every stage or omnibus (except line omnibus),
drawn by four horses, SCO. . . - ?
For every truck drown oy two or more horse? or mules,
Sec. . i
For every express wagon drawn by two or morohorses I
I or mules, seo. ? , - . ? -j
BBXAX) CASTS AND P1UVATE OABXB, I) HAYS, ETC. I
Por every bread cart or wagon, SS. '
For every cart, drxy or wagon, used for private or do?
mestic purposes, and net to bo employed tn the trans?
porting of goods, wares, merchandise, lumber, or any
other commodity, for compensation, either directly or
Indirectly for the same, shall pey for a license the snm of
SS; exclusivo of the horse or malo. .' ..? ;
Ratiflod in City Council, thia.. 16th day of January.
[L. a.] in the year of our Lard one thousand, eight hun?
dred and sixty-six. .... ?_'" ...
P. C. GAILLARD. Mayor.
? By the Mayor. ?
January 3 W. Hi'SMITH, Clerk of Cogncfl.
THE TBI-WEEKLY. NEWS,
PUBLISHED IN WINNSBORO' 8. a, AFFORDS A
profitable niediunv for tho ad ver?Bing publie ot
I Charleston. .- .. .
Wo respectfully solicit their patronado for our mutnal
QA1LLARD, DESPOHTES A WILLIAMS.
1 TVEVOTED TX) LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
1 / AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
Cheraw, 8. C. Poblishod weekly, by W. L. T. PRIN0E \
ACO. ' . ' \ .._. . s
TUPW^1 ^V. amMI<,'lHfTT^ftt *
One copy one year...........................-.....?4 00 I
Ono copy six months....... 3 00 -
One copy three months..".I 00 I
Five copies one year........ ......................16.00. ]
One Square, ten lutes or law, firat insertion.."..SI l
For each subs?quent insertion.... 1 M I
AB Advertisements to be distinctly marked, or they j
win be pubiKhod mau ordered ont, and charged accord
ats and othors adrertUlng by the year, - ltbe
I rsl deduction on the above rates will be made. .
jovemoer.18. ri_?? :L ...
A LARGE WEEKLY, IS ISSUED EVERY THURS- I
/\ DAY, at S3 a year, in ad yance. Advertisement*
I inserted at usual rates. ;. . . _ ^ ^ '^-".V
?ovamtirrii k ?. TOWSKitf M1tQ^
?JHIfJKERING & SONS,
j ESTABLISHED 1823,
NO. 652 BROADWAY
CH I CO RING & SONS'
Grand. Square and Upright
ABE NOW, A8 THEY EVER HAVE BEEN, CON?
SIDERED the best tn Amor?os, having been
SIXTY KIVK PRIZE MEDALS,
Of which fourteen were received In the months of Sep?
tember and October, lisOC, and first premiums over all
competitors ar. the diff?rant principal Fairs in tide
country, and tho PRIZE MEDAL at the
WOBLD'3 F AIE, LONDON.
I consider Chickerlng A Sons' Pianos, beyond com?
parison, the best I have seen tn America.
Chairman of fury on Musical Instruments.
It is with feelings of pride ss American manufacturer ?
that we publish the following testimonials, which have
been received oy us recently:
EUROPE AN TESTIMONIALS,
Received during the month of August, 18G6.
LONDON, July IS, 186?.
Mrmmw Cnn;?turno tc SONS-Gents: I have much
pleasure In enclosing a document signed by the nrst
composers, musicians and profess OTB In Europe. I held
your Pianos ls such high estimation (tide my certifi?
cate) that I felt lt my duty to take one of them with me
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion of my professional
brethren. The enclosed certificate will prove hew
unanimous they have been on the subject. I beg tu
forward, at the same time, a letter I received from mj
friend, Slr. Couard, which I am sure must be gratify,
tua to you.
I have the honor to be, gentlemen, yours vnry truly,
JAMBS M. WEH LL
L?anos, January 14,1866.
James M. VTehli, Esq. :
HT DEAS Sm: I have great pleasure in asking yonto
convey to Messrs. Chioketing the expre si?n of my
highest approval of their Instrument. It ls, I condder,
not merely the best Instrument of American manufac?
ture that I have tried, but one of the fluent Grand Piano
fortes that has evor come nuder my observation; sud
the Messrs. Chldkorlng may well be proud of having
turned out from their manufactory an instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, lt
would be very difficult to surpass lu any part of the
Dear slr, very sincerely yours,
CHAS. D. COLLARD,
Pinn of Collard ft Collard, Piano-forte Manufacturers,
LONDON, August 33,1866.
Jomet if. Wehii, Eiq. :
Mz Oran Bru: As you are going back to rho Dnlted
States. I munt beg you to remember me kindly to the
Messrs. Chickerlng. Tell them I was delighted with
their Grand Piano-forte-ar good an instrument, I thini
at was ever tarnt? out, both in touch and ter :
Wishing you, tte, I remain ever ti tir.
H. F. BROADWOOD,
Firm of L Broadwood ft Sons, Piano-forte Manufir.
LONDON, July 30, ISCA
Messrs. (Metering <* Sons:
GESTS: I have lust been invited by Messrs. Collard to
try a Grand Piano-forte manufactured by yon, and I
have no hesitation in endorsing the opinion of my oid
friend. Mr. C. D. Collard, nt: That it ls the finest in?
strument I ever played on.
Believe me, gentlemen, most faithfully your?,
J. L. HATTON.
Testinumia? from the most distinguished Artisis in Bnroyt
- to Messrs. Ckickering d\Sons:
LONDON. July 25,1866.
Having played upon a Piano-forte made by Messrs.
Ohlckerlng & Sons, of Boston and New York, I have
much pleasure in testifying to its general excelli nee.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power for concert purposes, I
consider it a really GRAND PIANO-FOETE. AND DECIDED
M TUX BEST I HAVE SEEN OF AMERICAN MANXTFAOTUSE.
ARABELLA GODDARD. Gill LO REGONDL
G. A. OSBORNE. ALFRED JAELL.
W. K?HR. LINDSAY SLOPER.
JULES BENEDICT. J. MOSOHELES,
M. W. BALFE. Prof. or Conservatoire de
OHAS. HALLE. Lei: sig.
BRI KLEY RICHARDS. & ARTHUR OHAPPEL,
BENE FA Y ARO ER. Director of Monday Oon
SYDNEY SMITH. certs, London.
Among the chief points of exoenenoe of the C bicker?
ing Pianos, of which speak the renowned artists In their
congratulatory testimoniale to the Messrs. Chickerlng,
are the greatest possible depth, richness and volume ot
tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, clearness and
perfect evenness throughout the entire scale; ana,
abova aTL. a surprising duration of sound, the pure and
sympathetic quality of which never changes under the
most delicate ar powerful touch.
: Daring tho past forty-three years this firm has manu
In the construction cf which they have Introduced every
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 publia uss.
I consider Chickerlng & Sons' Pianos, beyond com?
parison, the best I have ever seen in America.
I consider Chickerlng A Sons' Pianos superior to any
in tho world. .
Tlwry ar?unrivalled for their Binging qn&UHes and for
tho harmonious roundness of their tone. There Ia a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the registers. The
upper notes are remarkable for a clearness and purity
which I do not find in any other instrument, while the
bas?is distinguished Car power without harshness, and
for a magnificent sonority.
Your Pianos are superior to any I havoever seen tn
this country or In Europe.
I have never heard a tone so perfect; it yields every
expression that ls needed in music, sod its quality is
cape?le of chang* te?, mass every sentiment. . This ls a
rare power, and ls derived ircm the perfect parity ol
Its tone; together with its Sympathetic, elastic sod well
POZJ?AJ8S?U. , '
During the psst eight years I have constantly played
upon th? justly celebrated Erar? Pianos; yours era the
only instruments that' I heve found, either' hore or in
Europe, to equal them in all their points of excellence.
It may be' satisfactory to our patrons and friends
among the publio at large to state that testimonials have
been received from au the leading artists who have
visited or aro now residing In the Unltod States, a foT7 ol
whose names, betides those above, we append:
LEO. DB MEYER. GUSTAV SATTER.
ALER RD J ARL. J. BENEDICT.
H. h ANDERSON. M. 8TBAXOS0H.
H. HOFFMAN. JULLIEN.
ARTHUR NAPOLEON. ,
ASA Tn E.r. y O?KJTeV .....
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SENT BY MAIL. " . i
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THE FINEST SKLECTION OF WHITE GOODS AND ?
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C L T Y T
WE OFFER, FOR A FEW DAYS. A SPECIAL AND BEA
A fresh supply ol Good? received by every steamer.
Parties who ?'lah cheap Goude ?rill please examine our SI
No. 229 Ki
Next to Adder's Building, oppos
NOTICE TU SAILORS UR I MM I UR A XTS, '.
HOTEL OR BOARDING-HOUSi! KEEPERS. '
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 13,18C7. }
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF :
tho Legislature, passed tho 20th day of December, j
18(50, all persons exncenied arc heroby notified to call at !
thia Office and toko oui thc required license immediately. :
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council. !
JIN ACT FOIt TUB 11ETTK11 PBOTEOTION Ol" SEAMEN AN?
^IMMIGRANTS IN THE POI?T AND HARBOR OF CHABLES- .
I. lie it enacki, by the Senate and House of Representa- \
tires, now met and sitting itt 'General Assembly, and by the
authority of. tkc same, 1 hat it shall not bc lawful for any
person, except it pilot or public officer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving in the port or harbor of
Charleston, before such vessel shall have been made fast
j to the wharf, without first obtaining leave from tho mas?
ter or person having charco of such vessel, or from her
owner or agent*.
II. It shall nut bc lawful for any owner, agent, master,
or other person having charge of any vessel arriving or
being in the port of Charlcuton, lo permit or authorize
any sai.ors, holol or boarding house keeper, not licensod
i hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em?
ployee of any Bailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding
house, to ooard, or attempt to ooard, any vessel arriving
in, or. lying, or. eing iii the harbor or port ot Charleston,
before r-ucu vessel shall have boen made fast to tho wharf,
or anchored, with intent to invito, ask or solicit tho
boarding of any of the crew employed on such vessel.
fir, it shall no. bo lawful for any sailor's or immi?
grant's hotel ot boarding house, keeper, or the employee
of any sailor's or ina i igrant's hotel or boarding house
j keeper, having boarded any vessel made fast to any wharf
in thc port ol Charleston, to neglect or rofuso to leave
said vessel, ofter bavii g been ordered so to do by tho
master or person having charge of such vessel.
It shall not be lawful tor any person to keep, con?
duct or carry on, either as ownor, proprietor, agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or immigrant's boarding house,
or sailor's or immigrant's hotel, in the city ot Charleston,
without haring a license from the City Council thereof,
V. It shall not be lawful for any person, not having tho
I license in this Act provided, or not being tho regular
j agent, runner or employeo of a person having such li?
cense, to invito, esk or solicit in tho city or harbor of
Charleston, tho boarding or lodging of any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or of auy immigrant arriving in
thc said city ol Charleston.
VL Xhe City Council shall toko tho application of any
I person applying for a license to keep a sailors' or immi?
grant's boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel,
in the city ol Charleston, and upon sntistoctory evidence
to them of tho respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, sud of the suitableness of liii accommodations,
shall issne to him u. license, which sholl bu good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
keep a sailor s or immigrant's boarding house in the city
of Charleston, and to invito and solicit boarders lbr the
YIL The City Council moy, upon satisfactory evidence
of the disorderly character of any sailors' or immigrants'
hotel or boarding house, licensed as hereinbefore pro?
vided, or of tho kc jper or proprietor of any such house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, in in?
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
on the part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of his
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per?
suade or entice any of the crew to desert irom any vessel
in the harbor of Charleston, by snch keeper or proprie?
tor, or any of his agents, runners or employees, revoke
the license for keeping such house.
VTTT. Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
i provided tor shall pay to the city Council aforesaid tho
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. The said City Council shall furnish to each sailor's
I or Immigrant1! hotel or boarding house keeper, licensed
by them as aforesaid, one or more badges or shields, on
which shall he printed or engraved the nome of snob
hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number and
street of his ho el or boarding house; and which said
badges or shield* shall he surrcndereiFto said City Coun?
cil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, as herein provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding?
house keeper, und every agent, runner or employeo of
such hotel or hoarding-house keeper, when boarding any
vessel in the harbor of Charleston, or when inviting or
soliciting tho hoarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
j or person employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant,
shall wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred to in the lorcgoing section.
XL It shall not be lawful for any person, except those
named in the preceding section, to i_avc, wear, exhibitor
display any such shield or badge to any of the crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving in
the city of Charleston, with the intent to invite, oak or
solicit the boarding or lodging of snch immigrant or ot
[ any of the crew employed., aa .any. vessel- being tn the
harbor of Charleston.
XU Whoever shall offend against any or either of the
j provisions contained in section 1,2,3,1, 5,10 and ll, in
this Act, shall be deemed guilty ola misdemeanor, and
shall, upon conviction thereof, bo punished by imprison?
ment for a term not exceeding one year, and not less
? than thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and fifty donors, and not less than one hundred do lors,
or by both such nae and imprisonment.
XITT. The word "vessel," as used in this Act, shall in?
clude vessels propelled by steam.
In the Senate House, the twentieth day of Decembi r, in
the year of our Lord ono thousand ehrht hundred and
sixty-six. W. D. PORTER,
Presiden, of the Senate.
CHAS. H. STMONTON,
Speaker House of Repr?sentatives.
Approved December 20.1866 :
JIJEES L. OBS, Governor.
March U_., .._? _
STEAM OAS FITTER AJSD PLUMBER, ]
PLATH AND ORNAMENTAL GAS FIXTURES, GAS
FTTTTNQ AND PLUMBING PROMPTLY AT?
TEND KO TO, No. 116 KING STREET.
August SI Between uroaa and tjnceii streets.
"A smile was on her lip-health was In her look
j strength .waa lo har step, and in her hands-PLANTA
j TTON Simms."
A fOW bottlM Of PLANTATION IHTTEES
Will core Hamms Headache.
" Coll Extremities and Feverish Upa..
.. Sour Stomach and Fond Brailia.
: ? . Flatulency and Indigestion. ' ^
U Nervous Affectloug. . i ?
.. Exceaalva Fatigue and Snort Breath.
" Pata over the Eye*.
<? Mental Despondency.
?. Prostration; Great Weakness.
Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowels, ?a.
Which aro the ?vidences of
LIVES COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It ls estimated that seven-tent lia of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into the stomach poi?
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we ore able ta present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have take? the
PLANTATION BITTE na, and not an instance of complaint
I has come to onr knowledge I
It ls a most effectual tonio and agreeable stimulant,
united to all conditlona of life.
The reports that it relia? upon mineral sans vince* for
its active proportion, are wholly false. For the satis?
faction of the p-cbuo. and that patients may consult
their physicians, we append a list of RB components.
CALISAYA AUBE.-Celebrated tor aver two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc It was introduced mfo Europe hy the
Countess, wlii of the Viceroy ot Pera, in 1610, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the enormous price oj
itt anon tseight in saver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow?
ders, and was flna'ly made public by Louis XVI, King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to its
febrifuge qualities during hts Bonah American travels.
CAJSOAIUXLA BA BX-For dtarrheo?, colic ard diseases
ot the stomach and bowels.
DANDELION-F?r inflammation of the loins and drop
! leal affections..
OHAMOMCJ: rzjownnc-5or enfeebled digestion.
LA V2KDEH Fiioxsss-Aromatic, stimulant and tonio
highly invigorating In narvciw debility.
Wrinrxtt6IutTK-l or cc ro?ala, rheumatism, eta.
ANIBH-An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk ; much rued by mothers nursing.
Also, clova-hndj, orange, carraway, coriander, snake,
Another wonderful ingr?dient, of great use among
tao Spanish ladles of douta America,- imparting beaut}
to tho complexion and brilliancy to the mind, ls yet un?
known to the commerce of the world, and we withhold
Its name for tte present. *
? BOCHSSTIB, N. ? ; December 38,183L
Messrs. P. S, D&A= & Co.-I have been a great sui
farer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About three months ago 1
tried the Plantation Bitters, and. to my great joy lam
COOT nearly a Sell maa. . I have recommended thom lc
' se vera! cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit. J am, rot pectin ?ly yours.
Ber. J. S. OATHOBN.
FBUAX>ZXJ>BIA,-1 0th Month, 17th Day, 1869.
B19SFIOTXD PBIKSD:-Hy daughter has bean much
cenefltted by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. -Thon
! wilt sand me two bottles mort.
Tfcyfriena, ... . AHA CUBEIS.
BsxMCAi* Hoirs?, CBIOAOO, JR., I
February ll, l&Ki. )
I ' MJCSSS? P. E. Da.AK* A Co.:-Please sena ..?> another
taralye eases of your Plantation Bitters, AS a morning
: appetizer, they appear to Dava superseded everything
els^ and ore pea?y esteemed. - -
Ypnrs, ?C. . GAGE * WATTE.
Arrangements are now complot ed to supply any de?
mand for thia article, ?hieb, has n-jt heretofore bf
possible. - j -??
The puMlo n*y rest assured that in co case will th*
perfectly pure standard ol tho PUOTTATIOH Smsas ba
departed from, &xrj bottle bears the fac-iimi?e of our
tifntstw* ? en aiteel ' p lauoagraotay, er it oaant* he fm
' arj? jatT*e*)j>r>e<et?^
OtM cr by the ?IO?*, is n swindler and isapotUr. fierran
of refilled oottiu. See thea car Private Stomp it TJXSro
TTT.jkTr-1 o&er CWT* cork, ttl
Sold by ail Praggtals, Grocer* and Dealer? throughoo?
abeoountry. , . . ..'.."': r :':.?.
RE THE FOLLOWING
LBBIG BK?LLIAN ; ti.
ORGANDIES, LAWN AND GBENADISEH
[OSIERY, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. YET OFFER LD
R A ? K .
CTTFUL LOT OF DRESS GOODS). AT 25o. PER YARD
:ock before purchasing elsewhere.
r & co.,
ite Graber & Martin's Grocery.
DRUGS, CHE M V AIS, ET C.
Mill Lil S1911LIBCS iil'RANTl'R,
HAVE FROVED. FROM THE M0--T AMPLE EXi'E
I?ENOE, an entire Bucces? : Sloiplo- ITOu:pt- ESI
:leni and Reliable. They are the only medicine? per
octly adapted to popular une-so simple that mlgia iee
sannot be nu'o in using them; so harmless as to be
:ree trora danger, and so efficient an to be always rulla
.le. They have raised tho highest commendation from
'.u, and will always render satisfaction.
io. 1, cures Fever?, Congestion, Inflammations.. 25
.. 2, " Worra* Worm-Fever, Worm-Colo.. 2j>
'. 8, " Crying Colic, or Teething of In?
" 4, ?' Dlarriicea of Children or Adults_ 25
.. 6, .' Dysentery, Griping, EiUous Colic. 2S
" 0, " Cri?le, a Morbos, Nausea, Vcmit
?. 7. " Cong Iis. Colds. Bronchitis.
" 8, " Neuralgia., Toothache, Faceache.. 23
" 9, " Heartaches, Bick Headache,; Vertigo.. 29
" 19, " Dyspepsia, Bllioua Stomach..
" ll, " Suppressed, or Palatal Periods.....
.' 12, " Wh.ltes, too profuse periods. 25
" 18, " Croap, Oough, Difficult Breathing.. 22
" 14, " Salt Khcain, Eris po'is, Eruptions. 25
" 16, " Khcuiu??sRi, Rheumatic Pains... 25
" Iii, " Fever and Ague, Chill r'evor,
" 17, " Pile?, Blind or Bleeding. 60
.. 18, " OpinsUuty, and Sore or Weak Eyes. ?0
? 19, ?' Catii"- I?, Acute or Chronic, Influ?
enza . 60
.* 20, .' W hooping Cough, Violent Coughs 60
*. 21, " Asthma, Oppress".;! Breathing.. 50
" 22, .' Kar Discbarges, Impaired Eesr
'. 23, " Scrotal*. Enlarged Gianda, Swell?
. '/*, ?? General DobUltj, Physical Weakness 50
? 25, " Dropsy ana Scant;.- Secretions. 50
.? 20, " Sea slckne?u. Sickness frtnu Bid
" 27, " K-idney Disease, Gravel. 60
u as, tt Nervous Del>iJt<3". Seminal Emis?
sions, Involuntary tscuargea.LOG
" 29, " Sore ?lou?l>, Cancer. 60
" 80, " Urinary Incontinence, Wetting
.. SI, " Painfu?. Periods, even wtta
Bnasir 1. 50
" Si, .. Snllcr?.igs at OhouKo of Lfe.L03
8^, 11 iSpllepsy, Bpasiui, ot. Vitus' Danes.Loo
" 84, " Dlptiieria, Ulcerated Hore Treat_ SO
ie vlali, morocco case and book.,$10.'"i
10 large vials, in morocco, and book. c. "j
10 large vials, plain case, and book. 6.00
15 boxes (Nos. 1 to 15). and book. 8.S0
Mahogany cases, lu vials.$10.00
.jingle vials, wlih directions. 1.00
jesT-These remedies, by the caso or single box, are
tent to any pert of the country, by Mall or Express, free
<f charge, on receipt of the price. Address
H OM CEO P ATH10 MEDICINE COMPANY,
Office and Depot No. 662 Broadway, New York.
Dr. HUMPHREYS is consulted dally at his outee, per
lonally or bv letter, as abovr?. for ali forms of disease.
HOWIE & MOISE. Wholesale Agents.
No. 151 Meeting street.
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
W. A. SKKI7E.
A. .T. ECKEL, ?ft CO.. Retail Agents,
No. 231 KING-STREET, 4th door above Market-st.
April t? uiwfflmo 6roo Charleston. S. C.
OLD KIP VAN WINKLE GIN,
GOLD MEDAL SHEEHY,
POET AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOMESTEAD EYE.
TN ADDITION TO OUR BUSINESS OF SELLING
X WINES, etc., in original packages, and in order to
insure to consumers Pure Liquors in a compact and con?
venient form, we commenced the enterprise of bottling
and packing tn cases our well known Wines, Brandies.
Whiskies, icc, and havo sent them out in a style that
would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before roaching the porchaoer. The general appre?
ciation and grs^fying success that has rewarded our
efforts has encouraged us to maintain the standard as re?
gards Quality, also to make Increased efforts to retain the
confidence and patronage which has been so liberally be
stowed upon us. BENTNGEB & CO.,
[Established 1778.] Importers oi Wines, ic.
Ko. 16 Beaver street. New York.
The above popular goods are pct up in cases contain?
ing ona dozen bottles each, and are sold by all prominent
Druggists, Grocers, &c
Opinions of the Press..
The name of Blxdnger & Co., No. 15 Beaver street, is a
guarantee of the exact and literal truth of whatever they
represent.-N. T. Oom. Advertiser.
The importing house of Binmger & Co., No. 16 Beaver
street, is conducted upon principles of integrity, fairness
and the nighest honor.-iv. F. Evening Express.
GOODRICH, WINE5LAJ? & CO..
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hot
BOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KEV G & CASSIDEY,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January SO wfsnSmos
ri VUE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
I be unequalled by that of any other in the far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Ita virtues are such as have secured
it the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess?
ing, as lt does, in sn eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterativo and tonic qualities.
From, SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic. Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston, S. 0. :
PHTLADBUPHIA, November 15,1865.
1 have been for a year or. more past tn the habit at
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my invalid lue
to use the different waters of the several fountains which
boll up along that remarkable valley, dependent, indeed,
upon thom tor much of the comfort I enjoy, I am satis?
fied that tho Excelsior Water ls at well adapted as any
other among them, tr not more >o, to the purposes for
which they are generally employed. It is very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonio add, lively ana
sparkling. * . * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend lt to BH who need a gentle cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
Tho Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, sad .,
packed in good order for shipping, Pints in boxs, or
four dozen each, and Quarts in oases of two dozen asen.
SOLD AT WHOLESALE 31 .
Importers and Wholesale Bruggists,
Ufo. 1S3 MEETUS G fSTHSST,
OPPOSITE CHABLESTON HOTEL.
BOWIE & MOISE.
No. 161 MEETING STREET,
OppesUa Charleston Hotel.
And tar sala by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 "'?* - 6mo
THE BEST TONIS If IN USE!
OAVECA, YOUNG Ic Mc KENZ?F,
Ul m C0LLECTI0? OfFl&V
$os* 39 and 40 Park Um.
UiAAO DA VEG A, 1 _L_
as?nos a. YOUNO. J mew YOBS,
GERARD L. MoOMZBt,)
O'A VE* ti SUCCEEDED TO TBJPVOHKKla COLX*t>
O. HON BUSINESS Ot MeSKcV BIRNEY, l'hz?>
Ciae & FLANDERS, wa will attend ?o tba OO?KUO? Ol
tun du* sao. aaruring claims throughout the Dari**
; st es i" ** 0 viada.
C?MM1S.1TONMIVB rOIt ALL TB? STATMI.
?trOKcroi sa? rntat?? rs
ru? OrSKsrlwa, Cnojc Tea*, ?a.. ?sa
tt*.. vern sei QRZjeirwicssT~ OOM. or MtnuUT.
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