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SAtf?igJ?r MUBNXNG, MAY 4, 1867.
The Wi'o to Her Intemperate Huihmitt>
[Prom th?jyejo'fcifans Sunday TtmcA
Stay. stay, ihyhusbnnd, do not Icavo
Our cottage home ttv-niglit;
A storm lo near-afro's not n cf?":
To-gntd? ttiy Bteps.arigh't. '-'
And nark! tne?frillng' ol' tho'wind '
SeettiH ltko a Bplrit'Bmoan;'
I tremble, dearest, do notjtp ? , .
And leave mo bert* atone, ',!-..
I pray theo. Arthur, hasten not.
Whore maudlin ribalds in oct, ....-.....-?!.
Wbos'i noisy mirth and curaca loud
Awake thc slumbering street.
Clasp not ?io str-ingo Clrccaa cup,
Bcmae. the wino-lo nip. i . .
Else Huon tho addor"? poison lang
Will tauten on thy lip. ;
Oh! ?tay and I will sing theo Bongs,
Trilled in our happier /cars. . ~
Whenthe ttrst power of lovo wasowned
And 1 knew nought of tears:
Whee sheeny castles. rosp in air,
With laughter and with jest, . 0 ? ?
And thouVUd'st seek. Uko irranf-knii'ht.
Thy loyalty to tost. .. .',;. ...
And we'll speak ofhimyt?io placed . ,
This truKtrng hi?id th thine; ,
And Broiled, and blcEs'dus, when thou sald'st,
-*'N6w, Mary, thou art mlhe:7
orher whoso bright, ' yot tender cjance," ? ','
Bespoke maternal pride, '? '
For was I not to tread life's path''
:lh safety hy thy ?ide? '
Think of thy, father 1 ho whoso form
Bies 'neath .tho: churchyard bod
Thou wart hie treasurer and hlB pride
Ho loved thoo noir to God.
Think of thy mother ! of tho kiss
She prosaod upon thy chook- . .'.
Thou teel'st it yet, that last caress- -
From lipa that could not speak.
Oh, lot their memory check thee now ; '..:.
In this insane career;
When reason reigns, from all the crowd ?
I cannot hud thy peer. [ . , -
I do not'chi do tu oe, 'dearest, no,
I ask tiicehut to break?',
These bonds that mar thy hobie soul
ph, rend thom.for my sakai
Como, you must hoir our Nina sing
Her simple evcnlng'lrjrmn.
And hst the praycrfor "dear papa"
' "She'tthhpro vise lor hlnE"" " ".
She has a thousand wmning ways,-?
Tho artless lit?? ?fcve ! ' - ' - -
And tho lansuaze tuft she speaks ls full
Our cradled Archie-friends declare - J.
'SOW much 'ix looks liku me, .? *>' .70' Hr..'
Bus when he sm iles, ah U then they say
He most res urnblos. thee.
Boo? he not look a cherub plumed - ? .
And ready for the sky ?
But, oh no, nc\ I could net live'-"-' ' ? ' '
Arthur, you weep; what is't you say,
'.Xou'llrend thc inebriate uhain? ,
Oh joyml words I oh promise bleat!
.That brings mo trust again I . '
Eather! my heart, late soxrow-?llod,
Now overfly WJ with bliss;
I thank Thee for all blessings, but
I thank Theo most for this.
-., ?" ?.. - . J.: A. FIELD.
THE JUDIOIAU? cojiMii-iui: MKETINU TUS JAPAN?
ESE COEJUSSICCi AT THE STAI? DEPASiaEST, i.e. [
? .\jcrctn Otc Boston Sun.].
WASHINGTON "May 1.-The/judiciary committee
of the House ?f.Eo'presopt??ves convened to-day.
Only three members were present, Messrs. j El
clridge, Marshall and. Lawrence. Mr. Bout well is
expected' to-morrow,, and tho .committee will at
once proceed- with the-taking-of^testimony on im- !
peachment;: '..Among thc witnesses summoned aro
several "gantlemeri from Charleston, S. C., ihterestr
ed in blockade running:
'lhe committee will, at on early day, take up the
question submitted to thom by tho lost House,
whether Maryland has a republican, form of govern?
ment. .lOi:-.! : ? .... :<IS ?
In the United States District Court - for virginia,
which meets-in'Biohmond to^morrowv several hun?
dred suits agaiteat 'postmasters (and their bonds?
men, fdf^aiat?c^.^???' when tho 'wit broke -' out,
will be jtaiehj-aB, ;The" jury for '. th? '? court will in?
clude at least one .colored person, if not more. Tho
name of- .Seation, a. wealthy colored man of
Fairiax:oountv, Virginia, is mentioned aa one of
- . tira-jt^ywen. '.-"Hf-?'?-'-. - ? ,;" '.-?' .; '..re?
judge'^Ke?y^a?'altered his plan-of an" elec
tioneeriag 'toar?a, the South/ and^will riot foUow
Senator Wilson, but will go direct fo'New'Orleanfi,
and sp?afc'in Mjeaisaippi and Loni wi an a. ; Senator
Stewart goes to Mississippi tomorrow on aa elec?
tioneering tour. ... . . .... .
THE JAPANESE COMMISSION AT TEE STATS DEFAUT- |
MENT-INTERESTING CEREMONIES. ; -' -P' j
At han%paat'-tweiv?';o,clc<ik'to-day-the 'Japanese
Comnnss,'6hera wereTeberved'at'th'o State Depart?
ment. :TKe' chief' cbnm?si?on?r, Ono^fomogoro:,'
accompanied, by Mataka Judyn,'. second commis?
sioner, .ond.suite,' consisting, of two lieutenants,
two senrwtarieBt and one interpreter, with two aer
vants, arrived at the- State Department with Mr.
B. S. Chilton, and proceeded from:the carriages to
the receptionrtjcra-, where th?y-wero received hythe
Secretory', and introduced by Mr. chilton. During
the shcirt^tt pleasant, interview; that "ensued^ tho:
foUowmg conversation" took place: ' .
The Secretary bf! State said.-I am happy, tb seo
yon here. ?The chief commissioner, Ono Xomogoro,
replied tbat she pleasure of the interview was mu?
tual. . -:.")--?-.,. - . .
The 'Secretary of State.-How long since you
left Jaban?' ;';.' '
Ono Tomogorb.-Two months;'
The Secretary'of State.'-l? this", your^nrstjviait
to America ?..-. :. -. :.. ;. .". . . / ..? '. .
The Commissioner.-No, sir; I came here seven
Sears ago with the Embassy sent at that - time by
is Majesty the Tycobni;T lam very happy fco make
your acquaintance at this time. -1 take the liberty
to expresa to you : tho best wishes of his Majesty,
the ly?^nJEbr. tho'beiatli'of the. President of the
UnitedjSl?tes^'as well as "that of the" Secretary of
State, and fcr. tte welfare .of the American nation.
His Majesty ?urtlicr . desires that the. relations.,
whim already exist between the two countries snail :
increase m cordiality. - _'-...:,.:
Mr. Seivard-'It hw always been our- endeavor to
make the relations between -the two eountri?s-mu-'
tnaUy b?h?ficik!; arid that ifl th'?'w?sh of th? 'Pres?-'
dent of th?.?n?tea stat?s.' I hope that bur Minis?
ter in Japan is appreciated a? being ? good inter?
preter bf the friendly sentiments, of the nation.
I suppose the Commissionera will havo some, time
to spend m .Washington." c.
Ono Toraogoro-We design staying sufficiently
lonp to ?nable us to-execute our mission. . '.'
The Secretary'of 'St?te^One; of the first arid
most pleasant duties that Lshofi baye tb^ pexfbrm,'
will be tb mtr?drice' the' cbrihriiss?bri td'tft? Presi?
dent of the United . States. I . will^d?-so. if "it is
agreeable,?tb;.-.tblem, .on,:.Eriday7 .at AaKpssaill
o'clock; ; . ,-;...?.KJ?.V..? ... ;:.-. :;..,.,...;..,:. .J . . ....
Ono-Tomogaro.-We-wonld.be happy indeed tb
be presen ted to the -President of the (J ?i ted -States,
and will avail ourselves' of the -kindness of the
Secretary'of-State.:, li ;.;'"_V"'! .....t- . '-' ;" .
The chief Commissioner then-Toad; in "the origi?
nal, the credentials bf the commission,'.given Dy
the GqrogiQ in behalf of. hisMajesty, the Tycoon
Of Japan,, i WI!,:;;" i.:.. J . -i.-. ??-.. j-.' ? ...
Tue Secretary, ?>f Stato said : You have an.ar?
mistice inyoar country-cow. I hope the war will
soon be at-ari-eri'd.' .''??' .
Ono Tomogoro.^iam very nappy 'to. hear your
words, and will explain them to the- commission,
and will convey them to bis MajestyJthe Tycoon.
The Secretary of State.-Do yon know General
Yan YalRonbuxg ? . .
Ono Tomogorb.-I know h im very well. He is
a very good friend of our country. . -i'?;
The Becretary of State then inquired as to the
number of people of Yeddo, and the commissioner
replied that there were about three millions.
The Secretary of State.-They take no formal
census or enumeration of the people in your '
country, I-beliave ?< [The question was evidently
not understood?j ? m. ."
The Chief Comriiissioner.-The population of
Japan is a.iout thirty millions. r
Mr. Seward1 then turned to a large geographical
globe a tariffing by and inquired if they used the
globe in their schools ?
The Commissioner.-Yes, sir; but we have
smaller ones than that. ' The Secretary' then indi?
cated upon the globe the position and outlines of
Japan, and asked if that resembled their country
-to which the Commissioner replied in the affirma?
tive. ..: :; ; ... ' ..
The Seeretsry of State.-Wo have been buying
territory not far from Japan,
Ono 1'omogoro.-Yes, sir, and we are glad for it;
because it bringa the two countries closer together.
Being asked now- they liked their quarters in
Washington, the Chief Commissioner replied that
they were welfcplessed,- and were grateful to tho
Secretary ol State for the care which he had takes
in providing fartSjeur comfort. The irrterpreter.
a yonng-imaa;. was asked if he had ever been in
the United States be tore. He answered that ho
bad not, but . that he had learned the language at
the United States Legation in Japan. VT-:
lhe Secretary of. State then presented to tho
commission Mr. Fred. W. Seward, Asaistanfc Sec?
retary of State, Mr. HuntCT,."Second Assistant
Secretary of State, arijcVjMr^.Chew, ohief clerk of
the deportment. v
The ohief of tho commissioh presented to Mr.
Fred. W. Seward e. letter o? n?roduetiou which he
bore from 'the United" Stat BB 'mimster" at' Teddb,
and expressed -hui pleasur&a'fc knowing -the friend
of QunoraL.Van-Valkenburg, who had been kind to
the speaker and his country.
. Mr. Trod. W.B?wardV-^e?eral Vari Valieriburj?
.writes that he has been veiypleasantly situated in
Jep.n. I trust that the commissiorier's visit here
will be equally pleasant to nun, and I hope we
shall see more of!him during bis' stay1 here.
. The Secretaryct State then m vi ted the commis?
sioners to visit bim at his residence. The invita?
tion was courteously accepted.- . '. '.! -
Ono Tomogoro said : I have been instructed by
hisMajesty tue Tycoon to br.ng some trifling pre?
sents ?rom tho Goverri&iorit =?f ?heTycboriitothe'
Goveromemjof.^e Urftted^Jtates;:aa, a- tdSeri of!
his good WUT. towards the United'States, which I
had intondfed to bring with me Lo-jay, but omitted"
todo sb. I will take the._liberty to send them
soon. TheSecrfet^i^i^te aaked if.there wss
anything hecr^d^tC^Jhei? jireaeniaiUoa to
. tl.e ITesidenV toward making then- visit pleasant
in the city, to which the commissioner replied that
there was aorangi The1 Secretary sriggested that"
the c^mnriasionjorsi might be .pleased^to. look
through the Department and see the matters of
: interest thi?ifc contained., ;The commieaionors as
j?eEtod,,andi were-.thereupon:conducted^ by Mr,
Chilton through-tha Building. . - -
. ?". lyiirr ni .
THE IxATrsT^SiNri rs HATS.-The Indian Daily
Hi. -MeiJa?'iS'?^l^^?^?'a?ya :V?Wi .have*
beenrt?tieeteat?'draw attention to a monster
. solar hwft'^tented; recently: - Thc hat measrires
- twenty*eyea hich^lri^erigth,- twenty-two incbes
in hreadtt??'axldis-'tw'olw iricheB deep % .itofonly
. large 'enough to protect, the head against sunstroke
-its avowed puiTK)b?^-b'ut aufiicier?tly large opd
; occasions ?f.eraergoncy,.. .We command it io tho.
considaiatton.of. all in want of a rcallv ?Tviceable j
article, la dor iravols irr -Socth' Afrit. ve hwo
seen KaSfir bute -rroo^Very-nrrfch-hirg^
wbioh i* brought in pipes from & gae Bt>nttg, a
mile and. a .quarter distant.->di xisattiooat . nerB
: . 'ti:-')' ':: ' " . " .Hv
Tbo j following 'article furnishes an exhaustivo <
iroatrriont of tho Fr.vncOrPraasian quest?on,' In its v
jeographioal and military aspects. In proof that it t
a. able! but of decided Frcueh bia3, we . n?^'/?&y-. ',
iienticin that it is written by-M; Karme BB 'GrBUt- i
ois, from ?whoso inWtahlb ^
Sr?nS?ato into.liOmeryiEnglUhr " ' '"";<
.ThiPrussdim Quadrilateral"-this name appro?
priately given, to Luxemburg, Coblentz, Baarlouis <
ind itentz, has been agloam, of light, that, has dis- I
?ipatod the. obscurity bf thoqueatibn.'.':' j
By this, name..th08e four cifde?^i^en?eforth be ,
known; , . . T ' "
There is-not ? single ipersbh who can-doubt that .
if france, ia April, 18-Vr, lLad acquiesced in tho con- .
tinuauco of the Prussian-Quadrilateral, she would
bu in thc samo position ?a Italy was. in April, 1866, '.'
still submitting to the Austrian Quadrilateral.
What Italy did for her security. Prance will do
for hers. \ France can do no less than Italy has
dono, i .''. ".-* . " "'"''- ?" . " ' ".'.'-.'- . ;': .
And it is Prussia who bas precipitated such a,
Btep by her exorbitant pretensions. -'? - ?
. After having broken with her :own hands the
bond that-cemented "tho : German Conf?d?ration,
Prussia showod'iio disposition' to" obey " the Btrm
mons made last OctoW, lor the evacuation. Of
Luxemburg. ' This Bumtttonsy as; Count BWMABOK.
adnu td, "was addressed to Prussia' six mord?a'ago .
by tho Grand X)uko of Luxemburg, (tho King.,of
Holland.) .-Persisting ia her occupation of this
fortress-which is continued only as a threat to :
France-Prussia and tho German people have only
to thank themselves if tho question , has at once
taken a different aspect.
The point at issue now is not territorial aggran?
dizement, but national socurity.
The principle of nationalities, in the application of
which the French Government in !86ti had, per?
haps, been even-over scrupulous, must give way
before the quostion of toe security and the digni?
ty of Tiirauco. . V .7."-. .ir - ' I .',
This! scruple "must not ag?iu bar' our- way
until France shall-have re-established her national
boundaries-the Pyrenees,' the Alps, the Rhino,
(from Basle to the sea) and finally tue ocean ; and
within:this territory; taus circumscribed, there
must not be a single fortress that is not garrisoned
NowSet' us compare tho line formed' hythe Mo?
selle, with tho Rhinerand the Saar, with that of
the Po; theAdige" and" the Mincio.. - '
Perpendicular to tho frontier of France flows
the Moselle, Cram its confluence with the Saar, by
the sid? of Luxemburg to Coblentz. Parallel to
the frontier the Saar runs from Saarlouis, past
Saarbzu-Ok to .tho MO?OIIG. Behind tho Saar, and
parallel wita", it, the Brune ?r?as from Meats to j
Coblentz. . ' ? ' '. * - |
From Luxemburg a railroad connects with tho
point of confluence of th? Saar and the Moselle, at
Ooblr-ntz, whence it proceeds along the Saar .to.
Saarlouis andiSaarbruck. -Prom Saarbruck it con?
nects with Mentz, either by way ot Kaiserslautern,
Neust?dt and Mannheim, or by way of Kreuznach
ana .Bingen. Back'of the fortification of Luxem?
burg, ind co?nootod -mun it oy railroad, is Trevea^
a large city, whence you. go down on the Moselle"
to CoUlontz and tho Rhine. -:-.' -' :"
In ?"rout of Ronstadt, and'eoimected .vith it by
railroad, is Landau, a fartinsd town, resting upon:
Germejrsheim, a few nail?s off, also fortified,.whenna
you descendthe lillirie, .by way of Mann?eim, to:
Mcntzi From Mentz you. con go to Goblentzirt;
three j ways: by the llhihe, by tno Mentz-Bingen-:
'Boppart-Coblientz Railway,' ot by the Mentz-Budefi
herni Railroad, which takes you to the confluence ;
of tho! Rhine and tho Lahn, that is- to say,' Within' ,
sight 6f FJirenbreitstoin. and Cologne. :- ~-~' -Vi
. , XWe1 omit ?the analogues given all along by Mi
DB GlBABBik-. of tho Italian Qu^t?lateral affhot'
eBsential to-OT^oaragraBris,] _ '" ": :. "::"
Luxemburg, Menta,'-.Coblentz and Saarlonis',
flanked by the Rhino, and supported, by Kaiser?
slautern, Landau and dermerahotm, in possession
of four rapid means "of -communication with one:
another, being abie to go-down to fortified Cologne
either' on ther Rhine or by railway, and thus- able,
to reach Berlin ia a few hours' railway travel, via
Cologne, Hanover^ arti Madgeborgi byOob?ontz,
Cassel, infurta and'Leipzig; by M?ntz, Pranktort,
1 Wurzburg and Chemnitz; :i>y Landau, Maanheira,'
Coburg "and Merseburg, by. a magnificent.aet-woi-k
I cif railways, without, delay or inenmbrance; Lui
1 ?mbnrg, Mentz, Coblontz and Saarlouis, with Ger
l.mershcim and Landan deeply rooted upon .German
soil, aro a daggor, ever threatening at the heart of
France, just as dangerous, to say the least of it,
as waS tho'Austrian quadrilateral to the .-heart:; of
I Raly.i .y:-"-i'.??'?'f CsXA
n'.\Le.t!Pn^sialook?eriously. o?this.. :.view* ol ,the
.' case, j Hsh?'wourdndt'hav? th? French .tffi? pos
us?ssion of all tho fortresses1 which are' directed
I. against them and threatened -France -on- the-left
.bank bf the:Rhmo; let here'vacniate -Imxenlburg at
once. Let her.soldiers,' who oqctmy^'.-thB.&ra^s
'without right," . ia violation of 'trie unquestioned
sovereignty of ;the 'Pfand Duke, and at the pro?
nounced c?sapprobaUo?Vof the Inhabitants, ; at
onco retire, with or withont. drum or fifo, and gi vc
plac? to the masons, who must forthwith rase the
walla.' ?' .-.'?".:.
..We may bo ahead of Prussia. Every delay wiD
increase-.the liabiiitj-.o^-rPnissia and Bavaria,.tc
lose their&hamsb^OTTOge^: Lr EPS) .g
-' The conduct ?f Erunsis,- tewjpeak plainly;; botok
ens not only madness, but ingratitude also. . . .
Yes, ingratitude 1 l'or without the ..neutrality ol
France, noti-eaty..Qf alhariee co-old have been leda
duded between her and Italy.
..iYes; ingratitude I,i'ar, had-France not remained
neutral, would 'Prussia,' with: only -nineteen mil
Coas or inhabitants, have ventneed to measure
; herself with Austria's thirty-seven millions, not tc
count the eight millions of Bavaria,! Hanover.
Hesse, Saxony, Baden and Wurtemberg? ?*-t: ~"~;U '"
Yesj ingratitude I For, without the neutrality o:
Franco,' would not the ? Governments bf PraBsi:
and Austria bo still erchanging endless notes Ol
tbs spirit ind: the letter of th?' Convention ' o
Gastom?- ? '?.','?
. Yes, ingTatitn.de I Tor bnt for the neutrality 'a
France, the now famous needle gun would-stu
have to make itB deo?B?to"triaL:B?dbwa .would noi
have covered ;the -Prussian ?r?nyjwith glory, anc
[ Prussia in 1867 would still have had the sam?
i boundaries as ia 18G5,
I Such being the case, how could Prussia so tai
forget all these ,aigi?l,^rvic?s, .and- even Jos?
all- regard for the just-' susceptibilities ;ot::th(
French people"? "Whydid' she hot"anticipate thi
just'demand of Holland and of-France after M. li
Marquis DE LAYAIETTS,. French Minister of. For?
eign Ailairs, had. addressed his ciicul?r Of the lCtl
of September last',' why" ?fid Prussia'etill walt' fdr "t
demand from the Grand Duke of Luxemburg; and
having received such demand, "why- was it not a
once complied with ?
': Having now had time for reflection, and heine
informed of the currant of opinion in France
Which is growing with every day,' "w?l Prussia stfl
persist in "her refusal?- "r - :'v
."Andaach aggression will be deemed_a^.declara
tionefwar. . 7 ,'." ..?^ ." i ^--?.-cv/T-.;: '?."il
? 'Andia case there is war, ia presence' o'f tho fox
eigner, in presence of the enemy, and in. view. o
'the risk of a thirdinTaBiori; all ditfsreac?s crfJopin
I'iOa on questions of internal polioy would at one
become effaced,? and all recriminatiocoabe eH?hced
'." . It is all very well todisenss .questions before w
come to- fight, but,- once in- the - field, discussion i
out of place. We shall thea aot want debate, ba
?.victory. ' , ... ... ...""",. ,..".';.:
..Bnt the means to victory ; is .the French" army
whether more or lese numerDU?, "matterB not; no
whether it is armed, with one species of gua o
another. Tho main point is that it be animatei
with the spirit which electrifies the soldier; tba
we make our soldiers know and feel ttrit we ar
to back tfiem; that they rash,on with, boldness aa
alacrity, carriedit-way by, the national elan.
Thia cmthraiasrn it trrust be .ours to keep at fe ve
heat; for on it depend the dignity of France, he
honor, her independ? :::><:, .ai:? her mtegri?y !. /
We hatew'ar^m?re lhan ?ever;- more than evet'd
we look for peace;-but if Prnaaia, which holds i
her hands the . issue of peace or war, shaU mak
war inevitable; the whole '.responsibility must fix
exclusively and justly upon the Prussian govert
meat; and if not upon Count BXBXABCK, it mm
rest upon King Wniiiat.
? A systematized- peace, . disarmed, glorified b
liberty-a peace fertilised by-credit^ peace such -a
we have desired and spoken of for thirty yean
would, we doubt not.'?Obner.or J?ter,- conjured tb
perils which wer?;iobligied'"'tp. ft}llo>Tv ?nj?.arme
peace-a peace estalliiahed-wiEEout system aa
without ideas," withontr grandear, glory oybhertj
Bat our voice not. having boen/ listened: to, is a
reason1 whv; in an "option between a' war badly coi
ducted and war well fought, we should choose
! war conduoted' 'jhiUUy rather than a tesohiteisyi
tem Of warfarei '? ?'?: ? OiisLIViX li f-T? l.).-i;
Ono need aot have been a prophet to - have for?
seen and foretold that -wax mast certainly folio
the pohcy pf;j859, lB68a and 1866.?-. ., :. ,.:
We have fort?seen, we have predicted this war.
Fortunately our troops have returned froi
Borne and from Mexico. Would that they cool
be withdrawn also from Algeria.
This ?S th'e momonl to reunite all ourforcesr.": "
from now; to the endof the month. [April] Luxen
burg is not evacuated, the Prussian. Quadrilatert
must be ours before toe end of 'the" yeax^ Just t
the Austrian Quadrilateral how belong a te Italy.
EMILE DE GIRARDiN.
Freedmen1* Kcisoola im Oeorgio..
In ? note to th* Maocm TelegxapBji&ptain J. C
Eberhari, SuperihtonSenvof Education for Geo'
(ria, gives the following fa ?ts and flecares which li
takes from- hie report for the month of March :
Number of schools atuMned by fireecuntm........ I
Number ot schools sushi ned by tho Bureau .. :
Number or schools sustained by Northern sode?ea t
. . Total number of schools.........;....^....".-i4
Colored teachers..'.. ...".....-...?.'....i'":,-4
Total number of.bicherB..,.,....,.i. J."~l(
Total humber of pupils. 10,2<
Pupils in alphabet. ?ll
In reading.... 8,li
In arithmetic...,...........;........;.'..'*..."..... a,0t
In writing. a,?
'There are Schools in forty-six counties- thei
hoing from one to seventeen schools ia each <
that number of counties. . ?
The total cost of sustaining the schools daria
the month was $6650, Of that amount the freec
men poid $2000, tho Boxean $810, and Norther
Sociefiei $3840. ?
In the eighty-two schools sustained by tb
North, there aro 7792pnpils--aia:iost four-fifths 1
the whole number enrolled. >...:;-.>. '..,..
Of theae, there ara 1450 in the schools ia Savai
nah, 1000 in - Aagnsta, 1850 in Atlanta, 1180 in Mi
con and 660 in Corambos.' - - .
ijn connection with the day schools-tatuzht b
the-Brtme teachers-there are flfty-frveBuncui
schools, with aa.attendance of 7159 papils. '
The above flgnres show an incr?ase, ab?oe Fei
ruajy, of,three sohoals, rdno teach?? ?nd 13t
pupils. My April report win show ?; inatdt- large
'ibero are, in addition to tho schools reporte
teme, pei haps fifty oth??rs- intho State, withs
attendance of 1200 pupils, making in all 200 Behool
and it is fair to presume that there are in Georg)
to-day 100,003 coiorod persons who are, in one wa
and another, learmngto'rowlftnd -inritei?-^g-'i '
^ S3 far as my knowledge oxtonda, I have bee
Mo to observe no abatement in the aeoire for edt
cati?n, whi?An? ? cnthaa"uist?cally.o=hib:ted t
tho "colored people , "when freedom-^xoe;"; ap
teaohing, titey maka quite-aa rapid and sabstaatii
progroas as any pupils I haye.arer Btmuiatstito?
gf mutate grade?? ?-! ^^??\'-^% '
t . ...r.^.'...- ."?.?r?-'-' .'- ..-.-.>'.
??.-?.-V., .;-'-?'.. S.-''.'.;- - . -..v:'4 ? -.':-..,-'? -
7TT Bi fan oT Impircrvement.
During tap vQioleo? tfcto fonfc "aessionipf tho Jato)
JoDgjoss, Thau. .SUotens-t?id -bat- to ?'orack t?a>
fl?p" to bring the Republican mombere of Con
Tew and tho licpiiblican Press up to their work.
Ie is the sumo Thad. Stovem, utters tho donunci
.tlohs, and "cracks" tho ?anio whip." But there in
lot'.the samo oocdience-tho samo responses!
Vhy is thia? His robuko of Senator Wilson eu
lOuntcrs.opposition. Hoar the Boston Journal :
?..j/ ? THE STEVENS DICTATION.
Thaddbus Stevens acts -very much Uko a discard
id dictator in tho dumps, Uv his position he hos
br somo timo boon the nommai "leader" of the
iousei only whore he lod nobody happened to fbl
ow. This may ba vapoured a' temper not naturally
>f: the sweetest. . . . ,
There is no cahVther?foro, for Mr. Steven's' let
?er, and its tono would be called impudent in most I
jetsons. Ho presumes to cOiitradict-and rebnkei a'*
non who holrfia^soperior'-raiik in tho Republican j
jarty, who hos been moro. trusted, and whom ex?
perience shows to have been infinitely more in ac- j
bord with tho sontimonts of tho . organisation.
Chore hover," for instance, was a speech that fell
latter upon the country than Mr. Stevens' elabo?
rate eSort in favor of confiscation.
. Arid the Sprmgfield Republican :t t A i |'
A CALL TO FEBFTDr AND DISUNION.' -
Tho peuple- of tho Sooth aro behaving quito top.
rrell to. unit'uorae irf our folks^ There'.is now a fairj
prospect that they will reconstruct promptly under
ibo.laws of Congress, accept equal^ulfrago as a
lied fact, elect loyal' Beprescntativos and Sena?
tors, jind bo reody to' take part in the uoxt Presi?
dential election. This prospect satisfies the peo?
ple, generally, but it is too good to suit tho special
.'Radicals'*-moro properly the ultras-who con?
sid?ra state of perpetual disunion and war the
moat favorable for them.
. A. NEW DEMOOBATIO , MOVEMENT.-A New York
letter -to a Philadelphia paper contains tho fol?
lowing: '- ' ?. ??'"?"': ' ?
Aa a matter of some political interest, it may be
mentioned that many of the more prominent lead?
ers of the Democratic party, who have been quiet- I
ly in consultation here during tho week, ore in
favor of a speedy change of tue entire poli?
cy of that party, in the hope that it will enable 1
them to carry the next Presidential election.
To moke a long story, short, .tho " plan is
simply- this-to ignore tho " negro; altogether,
and bring up '-Internal1 Improvements" in his
place. ; They will pledge themselves in favor of !
the Niagara Ship Canal, - in favor of connecting
the Chesapeake Bay with - Ohio, in . favor ol
reconstructing tho -Mississippi - levees,- and of I
pushing forward to completion the. taroo lines of
Pacific, RaiLroad. .It is calculated that .on -these
issues they can carry the great West, especially it'
Free Trade be tocked on j while of : their success in
the Middle States they profess to have no doubt.
That is tho programme in outline. - It will have
some tULng up m regard to the iionroe Boc ti me,
the Constitutional obligations, and the binding
force ot Supreme Court decisions, but Internal Im?
provements.and free Trade will be tho two pillars :
on which the platform will be made to rest.
..Thlsjnew political movement, as I have said, has
been quietly maturing for some time -past, but it
Will nob be long before it is officially announced,
and with the announcement: tUo Deinocratic cam?
paign for the next'Presidency will regularly begin.
'? SUICIDE OF A SOUTH. CAROIJNIAX,-. '-The St. Louis
Xtmessaver'- -.-- .
'3 ;F. C? Clewell, a gentleman!bybirth and educa?
tion, was a captain j in the Confederate service.
At thoiclosing of tho war he worked a.-plantation
in Holt Springs/ Miss. Some time since : he had a
personal rencontre with a negro, and killed him. Ho
was tried; byv?- civil 'court: and: acquitted, but'
fearing the military authorities) he -lett;* and on
the iax inst, reached this city, stopping at the
Southern. He made--friends with a gentloman
stopping or fxoqvienting .that, hotel, to. . whom so.
imparted . his -history, and. to. whom, in . fits of
imelancholy, he would express his disgust with life.
He olsp imparted to this gentleman the -fact- that
Be waa abort of means, and unable to pav tho sum
required at the hotel .'-lise: remained ur'tho city.
He wap therefore serenaded to take boarding in
the noose at'which his friend "?topped, No. 403
South. Fifthstreet, kept by Mr. Vivian. Night,
before) last dowell was more than usually down?
hearted, and his friend ask od him to go to the
-Varieties. This he refused, alleging that he felt
like hiving a chill. ' When the gentleman returned!
from the theatre, he' found his room mate very HUS
Dre. Wi2iezarns and Golding were called irr, but
their jeSbrta were ineffectual to save him. Ho
-died at- : four o'clock, yesterday morning.- The <
Coroner was called upon - yesterday, an inquest
wns-hpld, and a posl mortem examination mode.
It was found that he had tasen a large amount of
morphine, and some of the drug was found in his
P?cket. A bottle ol prosaic acid was also found lu
hfe--t?ink unopened. ' Cl?well hod talked to his
.friend, about killing himself, and showed him a
"farewell letter: wlhch he,had'-wrltt?nj "but the -gen?: \
tlemos"pOTauidad' hirn-to gtw ??~the'idba(toid '
destroy the letter. The cixcramstance prompted
tho jury to.return a .verdict .of. suicide. Deceased j
is known to' have a mother arid sister in South
;i ! 1...'..'-:A^'?^^;?ti'b"ber;^o"h:..
S si1 [From Parian's 'SPamont: Americans."].:.
Tho ebpy.V.bofijre us... bf 'Mri'' G^b^o??'a ?'(vTsrk'
upon i'GtraTC^lac ottd its' .Varieties," presents, at
least some?Hi\g :nniqiie. in the-art pf book making.,
lt is iself-illustrafing; inasmuch os, treating -of
India 'rubber,.it is mada of India -rubber.? 'An x?n~>
observanfcTeader, however; would scat eely Buspcct '
the fact befara reading the preface, ibr ino Lidia,
rubber co vera resemble highly polished opony, ancl
the leaves :have the appearance," of ancient '.paper,
worn soft^'thin and dingy by.nurnberlees perusals.
The volume contains 62t>jpagea: ? ? but it' is not as
thick as copies1 of the same work printed -on paper,
though-lt is a liitleLeavier.r -ltis evident that, the .
substance of which' this book' ks -composed cannot
'beIndia rubber in-'its natural state.- Those leaves,
;th??n?r; tirari ; paper, cari 'be; . stretched ; only by-a '
Btrong pSlt and resrxme'iheifc shape perfectly when
they; oro let go. There is no smell ot India rubber
abcrar; them. We first eaW: thia book in a cold room
in January, but the leaves were then os flexible as
old paper; and when since we have handled it in.
worm' weather, they had grown no softer..' , ..
Some of our readers m'av have heard Daniel
Webster relate thestory oEthe.Ihfl?V rubber-cloak :
and hat. which -one of his New York .friends sent
him at Marshfield in the infancy bf the manufac?
ture. ; He took the coat to the piazza one cold
morning, when it instantly became aa rigid os
sheet iron. Pinding that it stood alone he placed
the hat;upon iti andfeft the articles standisg near
?the Jrant door.-: Several-?'of his neighborB''.-whb
passed,; seeing a dark and portly, figure thex?,: took
it for the lord of-'the mansion- and gave it respect
fui Balut^tioiit- -The: same ; articles were iSable^-t?
on objeC?on:Bt?u-mrjrentten t Ht tfierstao, evett
in cool iweafcS?rv- 't?ieysbecaTr?o:: sticky, rWiule on *?
hot day tJaey/JVonld melt entire3y:aw'&y:?o:tho con?
sistency of-molasses:-' Every-ona Temen-tciers the
thiel-; tu^Bii?k^ft&B3sWuUss? Bh'?^ofclaeani-y,
years ago,,whiah had to be thawed out under, the
stovej before they could be put on. and whichi if
left under the t?toVe^tob long.? would dissolve into
gum'.that no honsehbld arfe could reirarL ?irden
again. -Some-decorous gentleman among us .cari
also remember that, in the nocturnal combats of
,their: college 3 days, a flinty - rubber shoe,:in cold
weather, was a missile weapon'of a highly effective
character. < -= ?=- S J :; ? ? * - -- .- -
v?ThiB carioua volume, tiere1bTeJ"cannot be made,
ol the unmanageable atul? which. Daniel Webster
set up at his front door. So-much is evident at a
glance.! "But the book shows that it can be subject?
ed, without injury, to teeta moro-severo than suin-'"
mer's sun and winter's cold. It can bo soaked six,
months is a pail of water', and still be oe good a'
book'aa ever. It cai} be boiled; it ean .be baked ia
an. oven bot enough to cook a turkey: it can be
soaked in brine,- lye,! camphene, turpentim^ br oil;
? it can be dipped in oil of .vitrol,:and atill- no.harm
done, To crows its merits, so rat, mouse, wornt
or moth has ever shown the slightest inclination
to make acquaintance with' iM The office of a-re*
view ia not usually provided with the means'of sub
iecting literature to ermh'critical tes ts as lye, vitrol,
boilers and hot ovens. -But we htve.eeeii: enough,
elsewhere, bf the ordeals to whieh-India-rubber is
now subjected, to believe Mr.-' Goodyear's state?
ments. Bemote posterity will enjoy the fruit bf
his labora, unless some brie "take particular pains
to destroy this book; ibr it ? seems that time itsolf
produces, no effect..'up<m ;the'':lndl&-rubber which'
the . dampest corser o? the dampest cellar, no mold.
g?thers upon-it;cno. dec?y penetrates it. In the
hottest garret it never warps or cracks. , . ?' ;
B-*E??:;. AOT'THB ' Cabm-Bicerit: c^vewrnuettte'
Jiave sata ailed cs that there is a scarcity of bread
in this District to an extent never before , realized
ia its history. We are apprized that-there has
been Buffering, and more will result in conse
querice? - before the- coming crop will yield any
relief.'- -A few generoua donations of corn'have
been reccived.u? tho District, and distributed. Tho
relief these donations havo afforded comee is good
fem0; and is received with .gratitude by the dis
tiessed. Destitute persons, m some instances,
have1 walked as far as twenty miles to receive their
pittance of a peck of corn from this charity.
. The prospect for a mrmiflcent wheat harvest bas
never been more promising at this Beason of the
year: tShould farraers- escape the accideiitoinoi
dent?l t?r^Ke? aro??^^t?ia?Beawn, .Ja)? yjaa of:
wheait wl&De-Bus?o%h?"? ra^
corn linens. Even the-poorest soil promises a
generous yiehij. ?md powhare *ftve;_we seen an
ULferjor field.-TppeoiSe Enq.
i (/;:^y;|i4?mui^%.i:; ff^vi V
. At the residence of tho brlde'a ikfhtr.' om Tfesday
evening, April aSd, by ihir Rav. A. Bice, Rev?. William E.
Walters, editor of tho South Carolina Baptist, and Miss
Anns M. MJufoni, eldest daughter Of Dr. W. J. Millford,
aQof Anderson^trlct.aa. . , )
"On the ISth-"february last, by the Eov. BobertKing,
Mr. John a Smith to Miss Sue L. Snrriay, all of Ander
aonDlntrict, '.;. "';'.. r ? :'
5 At SUfbe-t-rood Feni?is ihst^^
93d instant, by Dr. J. L. Beynolds,'.W. E. iloHulty, of
flea'p^^atrietf8*^' 'US" iaante ^ -Bm-ham*. ot Kair
' At the l-eaidenca of Thomas WiUso?, Esq., on Thurs?
day ovening. April 25. by Eev. W. E. Bogga, Mr. Thomas
B, Willson, cf Houston, Wu*., to Misa Matoo J. Blatcly,
of Charieaton, a O. :: : "lr ?'
In Columbia, on the 31th Apra, by the Bey. Wm. Mar
tln, Mr.-?. H, Bramer; of Charleston, S. C., to maa Lavi
ntotJ.TaiomiarOi CWtanbia,.8.0...., ,t . .
By Ber. J. VU Baryon, "on the 3d Instant, Mr. Randers
Buns, of Newberry District, and Misa Non Oarmany, or
tlsetmwneDljrtr^.S.'a, ", . ..... '
By the Kamo, on 11th,Mr.CF. Reynolds.sndLMlstMofe
He i. Davenport, aU of Qrecnvuie, &. C. .^
On the 3d inst, at the maldenee of the bride'? father
by the Rov. Thoma? H. Popo, Major B. S. Grirnn to Mr?
t?rauT. dary, all Of .Dam-ens. ? ,. , - .
' Not? Georgetown; oh tho 25th ulC by tho Rev. P.'I*.
Eisttet, Dr. lt. Xl. Gti>M5,:Df Blsh?pville, to Miss Eliza P.,
?aughterof EhjahP. Coschman, I?aq. ....... t
fit HaysvfBe, S?, C.. on the 18th hui, hy Rev. J. Leigh,
ion Wilson, D. D., Capt. George A. Andrew, of Davidson- "
College, N. a. to Miss Sattie ?^ elde^?nuihte? of B. B.
fl^faluatf* Bao.?, of Bumletr-ZMalzlot* tf.& 1- .
'if?ih?tt?^ alii at tho resfr '
The CharlestonCotton Market."'
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS.)
. CHABX?STON, Friday Evening, May 3.1867. J
The murker, wa? firmer, and with a very limited stock
mees improved about lc. por lb. Sales 113 bales-say
Lat 21; 8 at 22; 8 at 22'?? ll at 23; li at 21; 4 at 25, and
_ ._ Augusta. Market.
AUGUSTA, May 2_FrNANOlAx-Checks on the North,
payable at bank, selling at par; outdoor rates Xa.Si off.
GOLD-Brokors aro buying at 131 and selling at 13G. .
BrxvEn-Brokers are buying at 128 and selling st 130.
SECCKITIKS-We quote Georgia Bail road stock, (ex
dividend, at C3r. .?.':-" : . If.:'..
: CoXTOM-rNotliingmucb^va's done this morning owing
to the dullness of tho markot, but after the receipt of
noon advices, s good deal of activity was displayed, and
transactions show ail advance of la2c since morning.
Sales of Middling were made at about 25, and Strict Mid?
dling 25>ic. Amount of sales 291 boles, as tollo AS? l at
18, 6 at 20, 2 at 22,10 ot 22%, 8 at 23, 48 at 23 '.J. 10 at 24,
G9 at 25, 86 at 25.J?, sud 45 bales at 2Cc. Receipts 87
balea. i.':'. . y?-j
'?'COLUMBUS, GA..'Arril 28.-Corros.-Northern mid:
dlings. on Thursday .were dull at 18c; on Friday they,
jumped to 20c and Saturday 23c wore offered, buyer pay?
ing tax. Stock offered light, because holdere oro not
Willing to meet propositions of buyers.
Stock September I_. : 2,801
Beceived past week. 215 ' . .
Total..'... 45,404 |
Shipped post week. 410
Shipped previously. .35,164-35,674
Bumod in tho Planter's Warehouse, Jan.
16th;....._. ' 2,
Stock on hand April 17. 7 ,
Deceived to same timo m
MOBILE, April 29. - Corros_The market opened
quietly, and some low sales were made on o basis af Satur?
day's outside figures, but on receipt of cheering Liverpool
and New York accounts au active* demand sprang up, and'
tho market became irregular anti era red. Sate? were re?
stricted to 10OJ bales by tko klgh prio?s asked by hold
oi s. Tho markot closed brm ot 27o-c for Middlings.
, Mo NETA HY ASD i"rN A>' C LAL. --Tho following WOT J the
ruling quotations at tho closo:
Gold 135?136>?. ? ?.'.
Sixty days ii tor ling 142al43, and Slirht 145.
Now York Sight par checking, and ii discount buying.
"New Orleans Sight par. ?"-,-"
BALTIMORE, MUT 1.-COFFEE-Market was quiet to?
day ; some little inquiry, but no sales reported. Stock
in first hands about 5500 bags Bio, and held Htm at last
COTTON-Tho markot was-, dull and-, still further
depressed to-day ; no sales!: worthty of remark, and
the closing quotation was nominal at 27)?c tor Middling
Upland, though holders were not disposed to offer their
samples ot that-figuro. , ' - * ; r
' Fbotm.-Our market is held firmly...though very little
demand. The salen are chielly -conlinod to retail lo ts for
local wants; scarcely oby inquiry tor foreign shipment;
quotations steadily maintained. We repeat:
Howard-streetsuper and Cut tixtra...ill 25 @$12 25
Howard-street Shipping ?xtra. 12 Go (gi 13 60
Howard-Btreet High Grados......13 50 ft") 14 75
Howard-street Family. 15 50 @ 16.60
Ohio Super and Cut Extra............ ll 00 (a, Xl 75
Ohio iixcra Shipping. . 00 00 <$ 00 00 :
Ohio retailing.... 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Family.. 14 60 ?loso
Northwestern Super...;.......:. 00 00 <g> 00 00
Northwestern Extra..".. 12 50 (g) 14 00
.City Mills Super_.II 26 @ ll 60
City Mills, Standard Extra. 12 60 @ 13 60
City Mills -Skipptng.brands Extra. 16 60 @ 17 1)0
Baltimore, \Volen's A: Greenfield Fam"y 18 00 @> 00 00
Baltimore high grade Extra.. 17 50 ? 00 00
Bye Flour, new...-..........'... 9 00 @ 9 50
Corn Meal, City- Mills........... ..... 6 20 t?-4? 00 ?
GOATH.-The offerings of-Wheat to-day were 510 bushs
whlte and 850 bushs rod; markot steady, with sales of -
IOU busks good Maryland whlto at *3--"50; 600 do rod at
$3 30; 3(10 bushs Valley ot Virginia do at$3 20, 150 bunas
I. mir Pennsylvania ot ?3 20, and-quote prime at $3 25.'
I Corn-Receipts to-day-were'comprised of 6000 bushs
white and 6000 bushs whits'and. 9050 bushs yellow;-tho
market was dull and again tower ; we notice sales of 7500
bushs primo-white at si 23; 35e> bushs mixed whlto at
gd, 20; 2500 bushs good a .d prime, yellow at $126al28..
Oats-1700 bushs received, and about tho. some quantity
sold at 74a76o bushel. Nothing doing in Bye..
MOLASSES.-Ko transactions -. reported ; the market ls
quiet, with prices nominally unchanged.
PaovisroKS.-Bulk Meats wore quiet to-day; no sales
reported; prices nominally unchanged, viz:?or Should?
ers, packed, 9 cts;loose Sides 10>?. eta, do packed 10X
ats. We notice a sale of 40 bbls Western Mess Pork at
$23 50 per bbl-a decline of 25 eta on pre viona sale.
Bacon is in moderate,jobbing request, and. quotations
steady os before, _vlzr tor ShouIdcrs~10al0Ji eta,- Sides
I2ol2-?? eta, cl oar. rib Sides 12>ial2Ji-t>t. jond,. clear_13Ji
eta; Hams lSal6 eta for plain, and 17?l7K'cts for sugar
cured canvassed. Lard is retailing ot I3)i eta for City in
bbls, and 13>? eta for Western; large lots moy bo quoted
Ko below these figures. Baltimore relined IG eta per Tb
. anya.-Carolina is in light supply and held firm ot 10J?
all cents, as to quality; Rangoon is held at 9J4a9J? cents
pee pound-stock also light, though there are 1400 bags
afloat and nearly due here.;- i -.- i . . ?
:.: Stroan-Was in better "demand fajiday: wo report Bales
of 870 hhds Cuba, forredning; atioji centst82jbox??'do
at ?Kall cents; 25 hllds-Port? Elco;at ll centa;:!au?. 178
bbls English Island at linceuls.- * - . ' - u '"
-?? KiT.f - there is a steady jobbing demand for Liver?
pool, and prices same as - before quoted; viz: For Fine
S310o3 20, ?nd Ground Alum *2 ?0 per . sack, Turk's
Island is .selling in lots from store at .62a65 cents per
; bushel-stock small. ..
WHISKEY-Continues dall and prices entirely nominal
In tko absence of sales. .,
r- : POUT CALENDAR.
?"'?' "?' '. , . CQKtirCTKP WEEKLY.
CT. PHASES OF THE MOON. " -""?.,..'.
: New M. 4th, 2h. 20m. morn I Full M. isth. Sh. 32m.m?rn
, FirstQ. 10th, 3 h. 44 m. even | Last Q. 26th, Oh. 2m. even
Consignees per South Carolina Railroad,
641 bales Cotton, 60 bales Mdze, 96 bbls Rosin, 8 bbls
- Spirits and 8 bbls Crude Turpentine, 3 cars Cattle, 1 car
: Old Iron, 300 gallons Stoneware, &c To A Robinson &
Ob, G E Pritchett, J?A.Co0ki Co, Graeser, Lee, SraUh?fc
'Co, G W Williams tc Cb, -E H Rodgers ? Se Co, Bavenoi tc
Co, R R Agent, Courtenay lc Trenholm, M Goldsmith &
' Son, Col Low, Willis & Chisohn. G H Welter & Co, C N
"Averill tc Son, E J Wins & Co, Adams, Frost & Co. J B E
. Sloan, O Heeder, Hunt-Bras, W.W fimlflr. Gibbes Co,
i n Baggert & Co, W A Snsong, P Sullivan.
Consignees per, Northeaster?? It all road,
'- " -: --'- . May a;""'
42 bales Cotton, 222 bbls Naval Stores, 63 bags Corn,
bags Groundnuts. 1 car Lumber, Mdze, &c To Screven
ic Nisbet, wailama tc Co, Adams, Frost Sc Co, G H In
graham, J A Qnackenbush, Mowry. & Co. J A: J D Krrkv
patrick, G A HOpp'ock, Graeser, Lee, Smith'is Co, Lieut J
M Johnson, G E PrttcWt, Cart, Kopff &. Jcrvey, Holmes
tc Stoney, Boper tc Stoney, M .Geraghty, A Robinson tc
Co, Ebaugh tc Mallonee, F D.Bichardson, and Order. . j
Per steamer Eliza Hancox.'from Savannah, via Beau?
fort and m Ban "FTfat/1-:T Cl Ttartanlpli; J Ttlrnfml), Ur De
Trevffle, Major Wiggins, Miss: Judd,' Mrs" Simaras. Dr
Somerfleld and lady. Col Hamilton, .lady and 4 children,
Mrs C Barnard and "child, F Farnesworth, J Welch, CD
Earle, A C Vangllder. T-Ya?, J A Webb : and lady. Miss'
Lovel), Prof McEvoy and Coiupanv,- J Love ta and; lady,
Miss Polk^litissilE&rdinghalh, I Haraingham "sr?r bdy^
Mrs Forrisworth;-OiLenone?* iTDteampi J M^alrne?
Mrs Adams, Miss Adams. Mrs Warner, C Brown, and 40
dock. ...,:',...;>. p:r.,- - ? ?
Arrived yesterday. " i"
Sehr Adlet Price, Wfl'mlngton, N C. Tar, Pitch and
Boom. To G E Fritchett. J i - '
- Sehr Minnie. Taylor, Scuppernong, N C. Com. To
BM Butler. - ' .-- -
steamer Eliza Hancox, Richardson, Savannah, via.
.Beaufort and Hilton Head. 20 tierces. Bice, ic To.
-Ferguson 'tc Holmes, J S Schirmer.*"
Brig Melrose, Crabtree, West Indies, via Jacksonville
Risley it Creighton. ? ' ?_-'--: -:-' -;
Weat to i?ca Yesterday. _
Steamer Dictator, .Coxetter, Falatka,. via Jaekaonv$&
?.'-" Fernandina and Savannah. -
Cleared xor ?hi* Port.
Tho Whitney Long. Hayes, at Boston,-April 30.
' : LrvKHPOOX, -April li.-The gale on Saturday last pre?
vented mor? than forty-six bales of cotton being landed
from the Confide-oe, ashore at?ethard. On Sunday tho
yesael surged considerably, but has now' settled in tho'
saine! position as before. The total cotton landed to
April 16, was 1682 bales. J ?S
... MST OP YESSEhS
DP, CLEARED AND HAILED FOB THIS POBT.
i- \ . FOREIGN. .:
.'-". '"- iiv?apoV>i.' "'\ ': -- -- . .*. . .
. Ship ^m^Hs, Conner, sailed..-. ..ji:;";-i.'........March 25
Br bark Fule do VAir, Evans, Cleared...........March 30
' , :soirraikrxos.
Tho Allen, Martel", sailed... ...Feb' S
"'?"?J "T>OMESTIO. ... '- '
r- BEXJfAST, ACE? -,
Brig Proctor, Cocrebs, sailed..........."....I.. .April 9
'..? j .J:;":-"' t-:-:- ''?. .Boarbif.-' ?" --'. . -. '?.-- ~ '?
.The Whitney Lorg, Hayes,'cleared.............. April 30
Sehr Marion Gage, Shehhe, Clouted . . . - .'."....... April 23:
Sehr Ucliax&Yaax, Eoweji, Up................... April 26
; ''^-'.'r'^r-.-v'*'' ..TOW.TOB??' .. ,;'*.-? . . .. ..j
Sehr NW Smith, Tooker, cleared.'. ...'-,;.-l..April96
Sehr Iowa; Chase, up... ;.... i....... v.. . April 03
Behr Hdene, AWen, np..:,:: ; ;..;;.;;,.,;.?;,;..'.Aprfl'25
- "-. -T:-':- ? nAi.Trisi?ric."'.. '..'? " '" "', ' !
Stoamnhip Pafapsoo, Non; to sall..May 1
Sehr Foaming Sea, North, cleared....April 23
Sehr Ada Amos, Marston, sailed.............April 27
Soto: 8hllohv.-, up^,t..,. .-.. . .... ... Aprfl 24.
-i .'..D?BSi.i! Or?^^VKi^feo?ora.ri.-Vii
PUBTjlHBKl^EVEBYTHU?8DAY;'ATSUMTER. R C.
Subscription 94.00' per annum. To-Clubs'-of four
ita.00perannum. -." 'Ja '-"'I',-'?*-?-: '-?"
Adv?rtisetnfBrsInsertedcn'bberilterins. ' wr.-.rj .?eli,
?'? ', P^betA-;^ ;. ,..;"--^:;' ;' r/; ' ' r:
T)UBIdSHED IN WlNN8BOBO*-? ?, AFFORDS A
X profitable jsie<Iirlm:: for .th*'.advertlatog purdie of
Charlestons . .,.-*.- .. .
?'-'.We respectruny aoa?!t their T^rtron%? for our mutoal
A- IAEGS W?U?KLYpIS'^3SsUiiV-')?Vll3iT'ii37BTJB3.'
Pi PAY, at $3 a year, in advance. Advertiaeirierfitf
lr.Sfa??drtu?uallB??e, ; ?' fi-.,.'.. . . ?
.i.--.. ? ,.'.'r.i^..;-.... .^?;iH?^TOWawk*ia^
Korerit?-?*? . Vi. ? TOWMBBjl aaw?'
?OTJNT PLEASANT AND SULLI?
VAN'S ISLAND FERHT.
! CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
ON AND AFTER THIS DAY. MAY 4TH, THE STEAM?
ERS Trill leave as follows:
Leaves city at.10 A. M., 3 ana OX F. M.
Loaves Mount Pleasant at.BA. M., 13 M. and GP. M.
Lcavo city at. -.10 A. M.. 1. 3 and 6}? P. M.
Leavo Mount Pleasant At_9 A. M., 12 M , 2 and 6 P. M.
Sundays, Tuesdays and Saturdays.
Leaves city at.....V...10 A M. and 3 P.M.
Leaves Island at...._?..:UJ? A. M. and 5 >i P. M.
LARGE EXCURSION PARTIES CHARGED ONLY
. Mr. Tionckon's largo Hall, fifty by twenty-four feet,
'May 4 . , ? :??'':\ JOHN H. MURRAY. Agent.
NEW YORK. AND CHARLESTON STEAM.
. SUD? LINE.
COMPOSED OF THE NEW AND ELEGANT SIDE WHEEL
MANHATTAN...'...'. ."WOODHTJIX Commander.
CHAMPION.. - Commander.
FOR NEW~ YORK.
THE FINE STEAMSHIP MANHAT?
TAN will leavo Brown ? Co.'s South
Wharf on Saturday, May 4th, at 5
- .... o'clock:' P. M.
?3~ The Ships of thia Line insure FIRST-CLASS,
and are provided with ELEGANT ACCOMMODATIONS
for passengers. . ; .". '.?
: jtw Tho : Manhattan ls the only ? sidewheel steamer
leaving Charleston this week.
For Freight or ? Passage, apply to_
STREET BROTHERS & CO.,
April30_. . ?;; ? .... Na 74EastBay.
FOR NEW YORK.
REGULAR UNTIED STATES MAIL LINE
FIRST CABIN PASSAGE TEN DOLLARS.
, ONE OF THE FAVORITE AND F LE
' GANT STEAMSHIPS-' .
QUAKER CITY, I SARAGOSSA,
---H- I GRANADA,
Wf? leave Auger's South Wharf every Saturday.
TH B STEAMSHIP' ''
AT7TLL LEAVE ADGER'S WHARF ON SATURDAY,
TY May 4. at 4 o'clock P. M. .
April 29 . "'.'.'_. RAVEN EL A CO.
FOE GEORGETOWN, S. C.,
TOUCHUTG AT SOUTH ISLAND, WAV ICH
LT MILLS, AND LANDINGS OW THE
IV AC CAM AW ATO BLACK RIVERS, ?(j
THE FINE STEAMER
~ ' CAPTAIN ISAAC DAVIS.
\\r ILL LEAVE BOYCE'S WHARF AS ABOVF. EVERY
M Monday Mw nina, at 6 o'clock. Ri turning, will
leave Georgetown every Wednesday Morning, at 6o'ciock?
- Freight received dui ly, and stored free of chargo.
For freight or passai apply to '?' v .
' .. ' , - W. W. 8HACKELFORD,
No. 1 Boyce's Wharf.
N. B.-AD. freight must bo prepaid, and none r?cci> < i
after dark ?_ ? April 29
THROUGH TICKETS TO FLORIDA
5 ?if.. :i-o ,.B?-;.: ,:.. I/ac;::
Charleston and . Savannah Steam
VIA BEAUFORT AND HILTON HEAD.
Steamar PILOTBOY. V.. v.Captain W. T. HoHDir.
Steamer ELIZA HANCOX_Captain J. K. BTCHABDSOR.
Steamer FANNIE:Captain D. B. VniCEirr.
LEAVE ACCOMMODATION WHARF. CHARLESTON,
and Charleston Wharf;:Savannah, every Monday
Wednesday. Friday and Saturday mornings,- at 7 o'clock
' Tho PILOT. BOTJeavea' charleston every Friday, and
Savannah every Saturday.
The TT.TgA HANCOX leaves Charleston every Wednes?
day and Saturday, and.Savannah every Monday and Fri
The : FANNIE leaves Charleston every Monday, ' and
Savannah every Wednesday, touching at Bluffton going
and returning.. ? ... vf - - ?
' Freight recelvea"darryand stored free of charge.
. Freight to an points except Savannah must be prepaid.
No Freight reccrved after sunset. ? :.
For Frel^ or Passage, apply toi .
?T-T^i iv- pEBQTjBOK i HOLMES, Agents,
.. .. . ' Charleston, S. 0.
CL AGHORN A GUNING KAM, Agents,
H. B^T3iKragh Tickets sold at the OQce of the Agen?
cy in Charleston to points on tho Atlantic and Gulf Rail?
road: sad to Fernandina and points i on . the ? St. John's
River. "....: . . ;ApriI15
NEW YORK AND BREMEN STEAMSHIP
. COMPANY. . .:
THE FIRa^eLASS \TJ. S. ' MAIL STEAMSHIP
B ALTI O ,
.-.".A. G. JONES. Master, -
WH1 leave Pier No. 4a, N. E., on Sabtrday, April 20, at
......4? : :;.....-/?. .? i ' -Noaa, . ? - - - ... . .
.V? i FOR SOUTHAMPTON AND BREMEN, .
taking passengers to S?ufliampi.^.l^don. Havre and
BremenvatHhe follownKarates,'payable in goldorita
e'5Flralc^?0|econd Cabin, 866; ??^?*
From Bremen, Southampton and Havre to..New York.
First Cabin. $110 : Second Cabin, $76; Steerage, $43. .
EXCURSION TICKETS OUT AND HOME-First
Cabin, salQ^fiecond Cabin, ?1SO; 8teerage?$70. K%fS^
For Freight or Passage apply to
^ ISAAC TAYLOR, President,
February 27 ly_No 40 Broadway, N. Y.
FERNANTJTNA: JACStSONVrLLE. AND ALL TH?
. ?LANDINGS ON THE ST. JOHK'S RIVER...
j THE NEW AND SPLENDID STEAMSHIP
. ! . '.ioMrTOr?iiri?bEsr;' ? . .- . ?'
0*^*^^2*131 OCTOBER, THIS FINb
^ P^SL*111 -rtom^MWdlf? Atonde Wharf, evert
Friday Wight, at 10 o'olo^.tc?rtaVabove rfaceaT^
All freight must be. paidhere by shippers.
years of age free. Horses and ?Mules at reduced jratea.
JSS-?ountry papera^ertisirig-'taeDICTATOB" wit
please discon?nue their notices and send account lo th*
Amenta.,u-'- : f: ??4 ?/ =. .- ,
- THE STEAMER
: j 1000 TOMS BURTUEN.
'.JO, A F TA tJS "ty. M& C,OXE'T.T 'k%,
\f\? r^^K?JffiSS?8A?r?ANlip WHARF EVEui
Fc^Frejghkor. Pa^^^yron .rx?rd^?offloe b:
ia^.?fK; * ^ 4S|*?L* ^Agents, ; '
January's . S.uth Atlantic WnarJ. i
f. GIVE IT AFFAIR TRIAL.
??JTH?S SOAP.REQUIRES ONLY TO BE USED TO
?T3ki V*?T its superior quality. Use it as yon would
JjB^cotnrncn Soap. . Try it and yon wi? be convinced
that lt ia superior to any other , article in marltet For
sale by^rocers generally. .
1 ;Mani^a<rtnred.byTAYLOR A YOUNO, So. 188- Front
: street, New York. For sale by
jj j V?'-;- ?. T^'LJ....- ORUBSR . joAltXlN, :
r?'?'-1'!.-'-"? '.'.' -'-'.*".-.-(.- Na 238Xing street -
t . r :V. .. B. BISCHOFF & CO.,
i ,' .. ... No. 197 East Bay.
- ^ GEO. W. WILLIAMS & COV
... ; Corner Church and Hayne streets.
r?% ' ' I ii, DOWrE A MOISE, Druggists. 1
: L.-; ? *. J>^l?Me?txO|tstrset,-:.^i
Opposite Charleston HoteL
^ CARD , TO THE': LADIES. k
? : j MRS. (X C- 3P?TERS
. ! EMBEOIDERINQ AKT> BBUDING
On every materUL, ai her privata rondenco. No. 4 Georjte
atreetj *trO.t^....- .?tanri,;,:.? April36?.;.
r?THE UNbERSIGNED ?RS ASSOCIATED A8PART
?r-^S^i**^^??^ J??^K^f0 ta GT 8TATE
COURTS: CF LAW AMD EQUITY for the Districts cn
-Cmoo, tor tho j^resent, at OTXiJSOHVlia^ Scath
-_; :.'... ?_v ': .-???^?iifcSSfcUBy?
;.$lTBWastlli?a'a^v>ft 'i fla?' ...</:?.0.DAV?ETT.
Wk . -^i!
DR UGS, C H EMI C AIS, ETC.
DR. IV. A. PRATT, |?
SUCCESSOR TO PRATT & WILSON": BROTHERS.) f
ANALYTICAL AND CONSULTING CHEMIST.
.NO. 23 H?NE STREET,
CHARIiESTON, S. C.,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, PAINTS, GLASS,
Analyst" cf Ores. Soils, Fertilizers, &c, modo with
crroatest caro and a- curacy. Chemical advice given in all
branches of tho science, on moderate terms.
Dr. F. OLIN DANNELLY is connected with tho nbovo
house, and will be pleased to see his r.iirucrous friends
and acquaintances. stuth3uip _March 10
??-IHE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT?
TERS is without precedent in the history of the world.
There ls no secret In-tho matter. They are at once the
most speedy, strengthening heal th-restorer ever dis
covered. It requires but a single trial to anderstand
this. Their purity con always be relied upon. The)'
aro composed of the celebrated Calbaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion. Chamomile . Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Anise. Oloverbnds, Orange-peel,
8nako-roo:, Caraway, Coriander. Burdock,
"hey are especially recommended tb .clergymen, pub
licspeakera, and persons or literary habits and seden?
tary life, who requiro Ires digestion, a relish for rood,
and clear menta! faculties.. .
Delicate females and yreak. persons are certain to And
In these Bitters what they, have eo long looked, for.
They purify, strenvthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote io chango of water and diet.
They overcomo oire?t* of dissipation and late houri.
They strengthen the system and onltyon the mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They purify tho breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dy ?pup bia and Constipation.
They euro Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They make'
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. CHINK, Chaplain of the 107th New
York Regiment:1 ^ : "....?.!!'
NUB A?Q?iA CHEES, March 4th, 1863.
Owingjto the groat exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion siter the battle of Anttetam,*I waa utterly prostrat.
ed and very tuck. My stomach would not retain med?
dna. An article called -Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DBAZX, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To iny 'great, surprise they
gave mb lmmo'di&to relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to Join my regiment * * * . I have since seen
them used in many cases, and am "free to say, for hos?
pital or prifate purposes I know of nothing Hie thom.
Rev. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. N. E. GILDS, St ClairavSe, Pa.
GttMTLEMEN :-You were kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to Bend me a half dozzsn bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $3 SO. My wife having derived ? rn?
benefit from the use of these Bitters, ' I desire er
continue thom, and you .will please send ?a six bottle*
more for the money enclosed; . io ?>
vj.ilarh;-very tody, yo TS,...-;J^ .'i'.t: ...
; - H.E.:GIU'a:Paat??eeT.B^.,Clhnrcb.
BOLDIEUV HOKE, Su^EarKTEOTrar's Omca, 1
Oiyuiayarr.'Orno, Jan. 15th, 1863. ' J
* I .'*.'( :;e": -'. n~ .":"*!.* '* *:-'r;..
I have, given your Plantation Bitters , to hundreds
ear noble Soldiers who a'op hore, more or less disabled
from various causas, and the effect ls marvellous and
gratifying.; ?;. .-. ; j. .', . .
Such a preparation aa this ts I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital and at hand on every battle
field, j Q. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A CELM. Surgeon of the Tenth Vermont Be
glraent, writes;- vl.wieheyery soldier. had a battle, of
'Plantation:Bitter*.: : They are the most .effective, per.
feet, and harmless tonio Lever used." .
WITT.tun's Horn, 1
WASHIHQTON, D. C., May 33d, 1863. )
' GxjrrLEMXN :-We require another ; supply, of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o whieh daily ln
creases with-the guests of our .house. -, .
.? , Respectfully,
'- L SYKES^OHADWIOK ts 00.
Ac ka he ito. ko.
Be sure that every bottle bears the fae-simile ot our
signature on a steel plate label; with our private stamp
over tho cork.
P. H. DBASE & GO,
No. 202 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold! by aU respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocer
Saloons,' and ooantrv Ho to tod eal ers-. ::'r" ?? ?
.aorlifs'-' ,. .. . them tar
rpiHIS DELICIOUS ' TON 1C ; E Hi . EC HALL Y DESIGNED
\~M forjthenseof-.the.c-. . ...,./
Medical Profession and the Family,
! la now endorsed by all tn? nromine-it Physicians; Chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, aa possessing all those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tome and diuretic! which: belong to
P OLD AND PURE ?}IN.
We trust that our established reputation founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience-abundantly vin
I dlcatea our claims to public confidence,, and guaran?
tees the excellence of this Standard Article.'
I Put up In case? containing one dozen bottles each and
?sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, Ac
[Established HTS. T^fiot?-Importers-'
? :."K.<: ? ???C: -.t ;.'.l. No. 15 Beaver. Btreel, New Yoi
?Pinion? of th? Prem. .
The Binlngers, Nd. ?6?csvar street,' k?v?<i very ?!j???
reputation to snstn'n, sa the ? oldest and best house in
Now York.-Borne JoumaU ; . i"....
. The house' of A. let 'Pillinger & Co., No. IS Beaver
street; hts sustained,. for.a period at eighty y. sra, a repu?
tation that may .well be envied.-iv. T. Evening PoiL .......
GOODRICH, WIN?MAN & ?0.,
;': . NO; 153 MEETING STREET, - .
? ?'? Opposite. Charleston Hotel;
-.: .r..".'.-'.I?- ? .and- : . ' ' .'.
SUCCESSORS TO Kim?-?-CASSITJETr*. ""'
..-'.. <.. NO. l?l MEETING STREET, .
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, 8. 0.
January 29 ' "' "" ' " tuths Gmo
A Treacherous and Deadly Foe!
PAUS ANO XOIKKK IS THE HEAD.
Br. Norton'suNe^F Remedy
U 11 FOR CATARRH^
AND MODE OF TBEATMENT .IS THE ACME
IT BREAKS TSP- THIS TERRIBLE DISEASE AT ITS''
Fountain Head, and removes at once all.tne wretched
syzaptoms of thia loathsome malady, such as Pain ju the
Temples, Offensive Discharges, Obstruction of the Breath?
ing Tubes, Repulsive Breath, 8napplng - Sounds . la the
Bars; Absent-Mlndednees. Mental Depression, Dhnnsaaol
Vision, Sore Throat, Hooting Cough; restores the sense
of Taste and Smell, and p?xmanentlyjjnioathe disease m
all its types, forms and stages, with absolute certainty.
Thia remedy and mode of treatment, like the disease,
ts peculiar. In ncmdntn of . tho <nh?t?M/w nt II.
quids from the palm of the hana.' The immediate rebel
it affords is alone worth ten times the coat of the rem??
di?e, . .......... . ...... ,
Norton's New,Pamphlet' on Catarrh is ont Informa?
tion never before published. Call st our nearest Agency
or send a stamp fer lt r?-." - .
Prepared by GERRIT NORTON, No. ll Ann-street,
New York. !/* ' . ?
Dre. RAOUL & LYN AH,
November 1 thsta6mo ' . Agent for Charleston.
Ohl she was beautiful oed fair.
With starry eyes,-and radiant hair,
Whoerfcurling ternJrOa, soft entwined.
Enchained the very heart and mind,
Por Curling; the Bair of either Sex into Wavy
; and Glossy Ringlete or" Heavy Massive
Curls. /. . .
BY USING THIS ARTICLE LADTB 1 AND GENTLE
, JM^cm hcauMgr therosclves a thooaand-told.
It is the only article in the world that wfll curl straight
hair, and at the mme ame ^Jvettt a boautiful. Bloesyap
poaranoo. The Crisper Coma not w.">. cur? ibo hair,but
[nvigorat**; beau??? <^ cleanaes lt; te highly and de
lighttuUj perfumed, and is the most complete article of
^? kind ever offered to tho Amcrtcan public The
t**?^.??tt? wfflbe .aentto any, address,, sealed and
Addrats aB orders to -
. '.' .-*;'''' ' "W. L. CLABK t'COVOhemirts,
.._ ; , . ?v-:jscCfwnml Psjrttl^stre^-fs^Tacrise. S. T. '
.*?sjch?> . Ty, . .p--:?'-Jgr
*T????*Kae?iri??, Oniaie? T??*, ette*, ???^ W
..ff " 1 '. v-v,-.??*?1: .^i-ilV...:... ?'."' ' "'". .. .u'rvio
DRUQSV CHEMICALS, ETC.
TOUR ATTENTION IR CALLED TO
IRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
rms VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE?
SCRIPTION of one of tho bott female physician*
ad nursos In the United staten, and has been used tor
arty years with never-failing safety and success by mu?
ons of mother? for their children.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but In vigora tey
ic stomach ami bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
od energy to tho whole syst"m.
It will also instantly relieve
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
Wo believo it is tho best and surest remedy in tho
rorld, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA In
hildren, whether it arises from Toothing, or from any
Bc sure and ask for
SIRS. WINSLOW'S SOUTHING SYRUP,
Isving thc fae simile of CURTIS A- PERKINS on tho
ALL OTHERS ARE BASE IMITATIONS.
For salo by tho Wholesale Agents,
BOWIE & MOISE, .
Ko. Vit MEETIN? STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
April 11 the tu 2moa
rHE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
be unequalled by that of any other in the far-famed
ralley of Saratoga Its virtues are such as have secured
t the high encomiums of all who have used lt, possess
ng, as lt does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
ilterativo and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College Phila
ielphia, formerly of Charleston, S. C.:
PHILADELPHIA, November 15, I860".
1 havo been for a year or more past in the habit of
axing tho water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my invalid life
lo use tho different waters of thc several fountains which
joli up along that remarkable valley, dependent. Indeed,
lpon them tor much of the comfort I enjoy, I sm Batte?
ned that the Excelsior Water ts as well adapted aa any
3ther among them, if not more &o, to the purposes for
which they aro goncrally employed. It ts very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively and
griding. * * * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to all who need a gent?o cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water is put up in Pint and Q-rnrt bottles, and
packed in good order for shipping, I in ts in boxe? ot
four dozen each, and Quarts in boxes of -wo dozen each
8010) AT WHOLESALE BT
GOODRICH, WINBKAN k 80.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
rio. 133 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHABLESTOK HOTEL
DOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
And for salo by first class Druggists ana Hotels.
January 12 _Cmo
HORSE IND CATTLE POWDERS.
This preparation, long
and favorably known,
will thoroughly reinvigo?
rate broken down and
low-spirited horses, by
cleansing the stomach
It is a sure pr?ventive
of all diseases- incident
to this Ba?naL; auch aa
r*- LUNG FEVER, GLAND?
ERS; ?YELLOW WATER; HEAVES. COUGHS; DIS?
TEMPER; FEVERS, '' ysm -:
FOUNDER, LOSS OF
APPETITE AND VI?
TAL ENERGY, tia. '
TTS USE IMPROVES
THE 'WIITD, ' IN?
CREASES THE AP?
SMOOTH and GLOS?
SY SK3N-4and trans
forms i the MISERA?
INTO A FINE LOOK?
ING AND SPIRITED HORSE.
TO KEEPZBS OF COWS THIS. PREPARATION IS
INVALUABLE. It in?
creases the quantity
and improves the quali?
ty af the M ILK. It
has been proven by ac-.
tual experiment to in?
crease the quantity of
MTTiK and. CREAM
twenty per cent, and
make the BUTTER
firm and sweet. In fat
. jA. teaing cattle,it gi ve
- them an appetite, o
ena their, hide, and makes them thrive much tarter. :
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH . AS COUGHS
ULLt ERS IN" THE
LUNGS, LIVER, Ac, '
this article acts as a
specific. By putting
from one-half a papero
to a paper in a barrel'
Of swill the above dis?
eases will be eradica?
ted or .entirely pre?
vented. If given .in . _ .
time, a certain preventive and Caro' for the Hog "Cholera.
?' ! 'PREPARED'BY
' i S. ?. FOUTZ & BRO., '
IBO.; HO FEANK1IS STREET
FOB SALE BY
DOWIE: & MOISE
SOUTHERN DRUG ROESE.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL. .
March 23 stuthfimo
BWgnl/ ! Cures- ail- dteaaaes, camed. by
^?r-wk I'JP?7 ?etfahase, viz:-Spermatbr
'^M)JtZ?tSsL rhett, Seminal - Weakness,
? VlRiSWSl? Night - Emission*. Loss of
: iBMi^-lr-ifm- Memory,. ? Universal Lassi
: JGRK .JMIT ' t?d?,'pai?sin Che Bael; Dim
..^*tT3?M??mtfi '.Wirra of VUion, J^-emafure
Hil*aAtleWb\.\ .\ Old Age, WeaJk Serr?e, Di?t
: "^rjaW?JlWnj|WKcuK Brc?Viing, Pale'C?unte-.'
\ /.P^joSsi^^JMinca, ? Insanity, ConMmp- ?
>f .?i?ii.i^mAe*"^ t?o?,'and all siseases that fol?
low as a aeqnence of youthful Indiscr?tions. ".
Th? Cherokee Curd-will restore health-eod-vieor;4
stop the emissions, and effect a permanent eure -
after all other-medicines have failed. Thirty-two
pase pamphlet sent in a sealed envelope, free to any 1
address, ... :: .:':.?>'' ?
Price $3 per bottle, or three bottles far $5. Sold
by aU drurrrista; or'willbe sent by express to ?ny
portion. ot the. world, o a receipt. of price, by. th*
?oleproprietor, ... . ,.
Dir.'Wr?L' KEKWnr, 37 "Walker St.,?.'Y.
.. Cares all Urinary Com
plaints, viz: Gravel.inflam?
mation af the Bladder and
Sidney?, Retention . of
Urine, Stricture* of 'the
OifArYs- Dropsical Swell- -
ingi. Brick . Dust Deposits,
and all diseases thst require
Soc eonjanctlon-withthe ,
. C2EE0K?E H?JECT?OK, .
do?s not fall to euro Gonorrhea, Gleet and aU Mu- ?
? eons Discharges la Male or Female, curing recent
eases in from, ons to three tfays.'.and I? especially
recommended-In' those eases of ilunr'Albus? or
Whites in jFesnale*. .The two medicines used lu
conjunction will not fall to remove thia disegieeable
complaint, and in those cases ?nero other medicinas ,.
have be>m used Without success. . .,.
Pd??, Item?oY,One^?^^ThTce;lteW?s,:*5. '..
?Jj? laJeoU?n,. V. ?3. ...14 -. IA. ,
The Cherokee " Ctare," : 1 Jiesne?g" and "/rrfeo
tirm." are to be found ia alLwell regulated drug .
stores, and are recommended t>y physicians and
druggists all over the world, 'orthelr intrinsic Worth'
? and merit Sumo nnprlnclpled- dealers, however,
try to deceive their customers, by selling cheep una
wort bless co m pounds,--ln order to mate money
in place1 of these. Be not deceived, ii If the drug?
gists will nat .bay them fory.. ,-wrl? to us, and we
wDl send-thent to ?you by exprese, scenrely packed .
?mi free from observation. We treat all diseases to
which) 'tho human system ts snhjoct, and will be
pleased to roc?l* full and explicit statements from
those wlic have faller! to receive relief bareWore.
'. Luhes or revtlemen-cas address min f>?'7*<!'***'
?denos. ;We- desire to send our thlrty-two psf*
pamphlet free te every lady and wntlenuuta tte
land.: Address-all letters for pamphlet*, modlcne?,
or advice, to the ?ole proprietor, -.^
? Dr.iWt E. MEBwTN, 37 walker ?uBt^r. < J
"May1 a? : ?? ? ; Uutnlyr ?
? THE CAROLINA TEKES^
PUBLISHED AT ORA?CJEtlTJ?<B C. IB. : ?
rmm; PAPER CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT THE
L middle portion Of tho State, and Offers the best
tcflitfearbraArarrrseTB. ? - . ' ' " '-.yehriaCTias
> A tTIMI A '"a7ATT?J<r: ?_ 1* wrvm.