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O. M. CATHCART. EDITOR
OAXHO??T, MCMILLAN & MORTON,
No. 18 MAYNE STREET.
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FRIDAY MORNINO, JUNE 28, 18C7.
UOINU TU THIS UISTItlCT SCHOOL.
Barefoot boy end UtUo girl,
Sbu with rosy cheek anti curie,
His s forehead brown with len.
Sturdy Utlla fsnnar man.
Old straw bal, with brekon rim.
Ia tho least that troubles him,
As Ute dinner pall bo Bwings.
Full ol moth or's choicest things.
Happy little pair aro they,
Chitting blithely ou tbo way,
In th* morning fresh abd cool,
(Jobug to Ibo district school.
From tho shady farm-honao door
Mother reate hos, UH no more
Bbo eau follow-out of sight
They are gone, hor heart's delight.
Can you seo them stiring there.
On tho bonches bard and bare,
Tired foot awioglug to and fro,
Conning o'er tho ino ons low?
Bitting at tho noou of school,
Hy tho gurgling streamlet cool,
'Mung tho brakes aud bending trees,
Eating np tho bread and cheese I
Or, with merry laugh and shout.
When the boys and girls go out,
Books and pencil! oatt away.
Bro them jump and swing and play.
Hark) tho ferule on tho pane,
Rap and rap and rap again ;
Hushing In with cheeks aglow,
Half reluctantly they go.
Ollde the busy hour* away,
Till tho warm pim'" ~?u:rn ray
si_iu across the open door,
And tho honra of school are o'er.
Happy, healthy girl and boy,
Fud or simple, ca retesa joy,
Freo from tyrant fashion's rule,
doing to the district school.
In tho buoy noon of lifo,
'Midst Ita rcatleaa fovcr strife,
As your pathway sh ?ll divide,
From tho roof-tree wando ring wide.
Memories of thc morning boura,
Bong of birds and scent of flowers.
Bleat of lambs, and song of rill,
Will come sweetly o'er you still.
And your thoughts go yearning back,
O'er tho simple childhood track.
When tho longest road you knew
Was tho ono that led you to
The school-house, one milo away,
Where Ibo birch and mle held sway.
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining In the Post?nico at Charleston, for tho wo-k
ending JONE 37, 1887, and ordered to bo printed
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town or village, whore a newspaper ahall bo printed,
ah all hereafter bo pu unshed once only In tho newspaper
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state that they aro "Advertised."
O sr Offlco hours from 8 A. M. lo 6 P. M. On Sundays,
from 1X30 A. M. to 1.30 P. M.
STANLEY O. TROTT, Postmaster.
A H O
Artiger, Mrs E Henry, Julia Oebrich, Martha
AUaton. Roso Hicks, Miss E P
Alston, Mrs S Biging, Miss N Pringle, Rosa
Alston, Hannah Holland, Mia? M Platt, Sarah A
Alcona, Mrs O Hoffman, Mary E Platey, Mrs O
Ama o. Charlotte Homes, Misa A Parker, Mattie A
L Homos. Miss RT tey
Armstrong, Mrs L Lteadorly, Miss El- Qutnnan, Misa A
B len E
Barnwell, Mrs R J Quinn, Miss E
Bernias, Ann Jankona, El ty II
Betsey Jenkins, Emily Hera rd os, Miss M
Beck, Arthur Johnson, Miss M ltedmon, Mrs B
Bowed, Kate Johnson, Susan Reynolds, Jano
Bonds. Janie E JctTerda, Mrs It J Riordan, Mrs R
Bryan, lira M F Jackson, Mrs B lilley, Miss M J
Brosnan, Mrs J K Richardson, Mles
Brice, Bachol Ann Konkoley, Lizzie H
Brown, Maris Ko If e. Bally Rick, Miss K M
Brown, lilas John Kershaw, Caroline Richardson. Jaco
Brosnan, Mrs Ju- L Right, Mary
ll* Leo, Jonce Roberts, Mrs E O
C Lord, Mrs J D Roberson, Mrs E
Carr. Miss J Lorens, Misa H Robinson, Julia
Casey, Miss M Linn oban. Mrs J Boblnsoo, Mrs J
Corr, Miss J O Livingston, Mri J A
Card, Lucy A Budden, Mrs R
Cuttert, Urs F L Lobby, Mrs M 8
Carrol, Mrs Lnfar, Susan M couyego, Mrs H
Campbell, Mary Lady, Misa L Scott, rvanoy Ann
Chester. Miss B Law, Mrs R Sch?tzer, Mrs T
Clark, Kary Laurance. Misa M Schueboe, Julia F
Clark, Clara M 8chueboe, Mattie
Conllor. Mrs E Marry Sheridan. Lund a
Coates, Mrs M A Mszyck, Cbarlolt almonds, Ann
Oosstge, Mary Uagwood, Mts* Sampson, Jrselo
Corcoran, Urs TD Maloney, Mary Bmylb, Mrs M
Coblough, Ann Marshall, Margret Soips, Rena
Crane, Eats M Maning, Mary E elevens, Mrs S
Crin D Ingham, Ba- Madden, Cathe- Stenched, Anna
rah - rino Stoddard, Mrs E
D M ar well, Harriett 8tahlk, Mrs O
D*vana. Misa A minor, Miss T bu in. Misa O V
Dangarfield, Miss Mood, Miss P Saaras, Mrs H
AM Moore, HeUio Smith, Julia E
Connia, Mrs O M Murloy, Mr* P Smith, Mrs E
Deesa, Nancy Murray, Mrs M Smith, Mn J L
Doyles, Ellen Marlin, Mrs D Smith, Mrs Robt
Drayton, Mn P Martin, Miss P T
Dui ort, Jean Miller, Ann TavcL Un E E
K il?d, galley Tobin, Mary
Edwards, Mary Mackie,Mn O J Tl tm an. Sarah A
Emmey, Urs F Bio Ti tm an, Sarah
Y serifs. Martha McGuire, Mn Thomas, Caroline
?F Margaret V
Fields, Nancy McDonaugb. Mary Upperhualob, Mrs
ntxgerald, Uarg't UcDoneU, Mn P M
O McMahon, Mn K V
Georg?, Mary McMlllian, Mn T Vincent, Caroline
Gibbet, Sarah A J XV
G 111, Ur* J P McNeil, Un L Webb, Susan C
Glover, Rosan er McLaren, Un J Weat, Un B
Glover, Hally rv Welaaengor, Miss
Hool*, Un Noland, Mary H DE
Greer, Ulai O North, Un P Webb, Jennie B
H O Wait, Urs ER
Hays, Miss Brid- O'Sullivan, Ellen WU bona, W
get Oxlade, Mn T B Williams, Miss A
Baya, Margret Owen, Un EL P
Ii orbit, July Ann Orte, Mary Y
Hey ward. Mary O'NelB, Ur* U A Young, Mrs W O
A H O
Adama, Mote? Harris, Isaac O'Brien, J W A
Alford, Geo Hsgeman, Hein. Bro
Arrio, Paul rich O'Brien, James
Armstrong, WU- Bayne, N O'Neil, John
liam L Raywood, Joraler F
II Hamilton, Edwin P. roncean, F
Balley, Hamnet w Pepper, Richard
Barna*, Robert Harman, Cur Flog er, o D
Ball, I Uanobory, An* Popo, Jos Dani
Babcock, Wade drew Powell, Joseph
Beasley, James J Holler, Charlea > . R
Denford, J earn es Hayman, O A J Rah ran. Ur
Beiden, Wm U H ord, James H Ret?ase, Ur
Beck. Mr and Ur* Holling, Jobann Rem bo rt, S
Arthur Howard, Charle* Rhode?, James P
Boo, Ishmeal O Rumke, Dlndrich
Blackwood, O O Hoyel, A E Rielly, Wm
Bogga, W B Hodges, Thomas Rich, A W
Bollar, William (col'd) Rice, D Hall
Boag. Theo O Holloron, Uatt Rosa, Wm B
Boag. T O Huxal, Henry Rogers, Beverly
Bohle* A Sheent Horley, Jeremiah Roil, Jose
Borcbort, B J Rodgon, M O
Bossel]. Henry lacea rd, D C A Co BotpRl, Henry J
Brodie, Bev Geo Jackson, Oootge Bo?e, John
W_ 1: . . (col'd)_ Bodman, Charles
Brown, Charles J erv ey, WU E
Browns, B D Iones, John Rumel John
Buck, L Johnson, Uriah H
Bud ly. Thomas Johnston, S L Handers, Henry
Byrnes, J F Johnson, Edward Schul ta, U
C Johnson, James B Scott, J M
Calvert, Mortl- K Scarps, Joseph
more K bbtpln, LD
Campbell, J F Selly, Jame* Simpson, William
cabal, Ur Kelly. Wm T Joass
Carter, Jame* Klaren, F W blcgletoo. Winiam
Churchill, Ut* Ii E
Clark?, B B Lawrence, Alex SMngler, B A
Clair, M J Lawson, W W Snaloy, Thoa
Cerdea, Ooo Les, Eddy Smith, Hamilton
Cochran, JW Loger?,O WS Small, lusa* II
Oradle, Henry Linsebrink, H Snow, Henry C
Cunningham, B Lindi! ora, Nlo Blockhuet, Doe
M Lockwood, J A Steward, John
D Lyons, UB Francis
Davis, Ur M Sumner. Israel .
Daby, EdU Manly, John B Sc ul liff. Wm
Dienen w Matson, O B T
Biara. Wm Mathewson. J O Taylor, Abraham
Dougherty, John Mats, Tbo* WU- Talbird, WU liam
D.bole, Marlon son H
?rayton. Richard May, John J Templo, Simon L
DuflI, Adam Mair, Samuel Ihoein, Carol
rc Uagwood, Csp Ja* Thaurs, F
Egan, Thoma* H Tunny, Patrick
Eifa, Wm B Hanlon, B V
F Manor, BP A Co Vanartsdalan,
Farley A Brother M en? lng, Hern George
Feayroson, Wm Conrad Vinostock, 8 J
ForetoUic*, WU- Mercer, Nulln Vollmer, Claus
l?m Meynardie, B P Vogel, Cur Fred
Flak, israel Mack tl, Frank rick
Fllulu, J 0 (col'd) W
Fowls?, Henry B Miles, E 8 Washington, Er.
Foy, Lt Col Carey Hiller, Samuel mus
? afttcneU, F O Walker, E B
For!sr, Jame* O Horan, W Witta, Jamas
Fraser, W WU- Uar?, Prince Washburn, J W
hain (freedman) Waring, Theodore
Frasier, Rotnrt Mooro, B W V
?rater, Shad U oller, 0 Fried* Washington, Mo
Frsnoh, Hamlin s rich se*
Q Me Wilson, 8 U
Follar, Oap James UeAilory A 13 ra w- Wutg, A B
S 1er wilber, John and
O Mccallum, Danial Wm
G*?tr?n,J tosCUlm, Samuel Witherspoon,
Casa, ?ad Mccord, J Isaac
. Osadnsr.Jarnse MoOants,JO Witherspoon,J
OjTlrifc fciabea, IxnXvoy, Mile Wilhams, EUxan
g'*hi,-iaanaus ; Mciver A Mooro 'dir
OdijsWjh, Audre* Magrath, Bernard Winiam*. Arenlo
admise. Son. Meit rath, John willcox, Charles
mr Persons dopoaiUng leiten in a,0 Poet?sjjcs will
E4?MO place the stamp nev th. upp? right hand cor
flaw o* tbs snvslope, and they wBlsUo please toremem
fee? Us* wllhout the (tamp a Utter cannot be laaUed, bnl
irlJJ be wu? ki tba Dv4d Leu? omet, fansx
[Cvrrapcndcnci af the Cincinnati G a rt tu.]
f l fe tn Pari*.-Thc ISveryborttes ?na Kve?
i > tul n?ia of tho City.
P.\nr>, May, 1SG7.
ONU O'CLOCK- cniFroNir.it on alUULAUK.
It is ono o'clock in thc illuming. Erny cafo,
thoatro ami bill lirtH bean closed un hair nu hour.
There is a midnight cxclso taw litro uo leas po
rouititory than Now Yurie's, llio Ras ?H ligblod in
tho ?tre, ta, but not in thc dwellings. Tho great
hotolB oven munt illitliniinto in I'm io willi candi'.-,
aa tho cite makes barely enough gnu f r nubile u.-ee.
Tho practical civilization of I'm a ?K only a greaso
spot e mn en i il to tim full hinze nf our Western
cities. Thuro uro no hydrants h. re to apeak of.
Wntor mu?t bo carried into your houso fruin tho
public fountain;), or nor veil to yon by a bu; ni wa?
gon al BO mucb subscription uer weeli. lu Hi is
sitoncu of tho night, Hit yon do ?rn on thu broad
etoiio quav besido thu Heine, whore thc VililoriuH
lnimiH dal Viv Ul) ill thu night, nuil ill the ne. if!
river there aro darting tires, ? herc nil thc miles of
street and boat lamps liing their reflections. Up
yonder in thu central pavilion Ibero is ono window
al?ame -thu limperor's. Whether fur n statesman's
vigil or a sensualist's carousal, lin ia nu uko; ami nt
Ins portal below you nco now anil then tho ll ish ot
tho light upon tho bayonet of tho Turen that
gunnia him. Through tho dark gardens nroother
guards, revealed by their stool Mashes. Mow, nil
alono, noiseless, liku a grunt creeping glow-worm,
you eeo tho most wretched lunn in Peria H1O.I1 up
to tho palari! of Ul? moat powerful ; tho chiffonier
Ja niulor tho u i i id ci wi i of tho King.
Tho chiffonier ia tho Paris rag-picker, [from
ch)'un, th? French word for rng ur clout.] Ile has
a great fuiim l-sluii)cd basket tied lo Iii? beck ; n
lamp drona to bin fool ; by itt) ghastly light ho dia
covera whetovar in gutter, or ash-hemp is worth
his notice, and thin ho IOHHCUB with a doxtorous
niovcinoiil of hie iron hook into tho basket. Thu
motion ia no rapid, and tho hook uo lung niel thin,
that you can with difficulty HCO tho transfer. Tho
lamp glares at tho chin.muir's rout ulono ; tho rest
ut hie body is only a hunchbiickod shadow, and in
tho light ho scorns to bo sumo nuinutor eating tho
offal of tho highway.
There ruo nevon hundid elution iel n in Parin.
They live, ia main part, mi the Uno MoiitTutrtrd,
tho suburb of tho student's quartern, anil If you
go thither of a morning, you will tico their wives
washing out tho rags (hoy ?rot, and assorting tho
ol 1 bollon. Hero they havo a ball called Ibo Old
Oak, [ Vteuz chaw,] mid ovcry Sunday night them
aro no \e ml b muir eil of thom boro 'dancing tho
cancan. Tba munt romarkablo chilTuuicr in Parie
ie Gaston, the Muon, or Owly (hinton, who livoa
in tho PnBsage of tho Patriarchs. Ho ia nixty-flvn
years old, ouc-oved. and halal an n Bet--icatncr
trunk. Fortr vp?n? ?ft? ho sua a beau and (Innrer,
a n ball in tho Faubourg Ht. Ocrmain, and
claims to havo invented tho "tincan, which la tho
most ehauioloaa and popular ball-room dance ex
taut. A lovo of gaming and inhoront worthlesi
II csu ruined Gaston nt thirty-five ; ho married one ]
of tho girls ho lind hiicd to dnnoo, and while ono
ot thom wout to tho hospital to w restle with death,
tho woman took lior crook mid baakct and perambu?
lated in tho night, abo found a diamond of groat
value at tho cleaning out of tho Pout Neuf canal, 1
and thia ao excited tho cupidity or Gaston,
that whou ho was convalescent ho turned to mud
larking b i ii ni elf, and coaxed into tho Haine business
?several of tho broken down holloa bo had known.
They found no moro diamonds, but (laston wan
shroud enough to bcconio tho common patron of I
all his couverts, and is alleged to bo well off. Ho
is quito a eharaot.T in bis distriot, ami ho has
probably been into every alnico, sewer and passage
undor tho city of Paris.' It ts rola tod that liaron
HausBmain, who ha? projected a grandor system
of aowerago for tho m et rn polio, sent for Gaston
Bomo limo ago to conilrm rt plan of tho Biibtcr- |
ranean ditches ho had ordered to bo prepared.
The veteran rag-picker took tho map nnd explored
tim wboto umler world of tho cit}-, being absent six
months, and traveling and inducing nearly a
thousand mile? offlttb. Ilausamann gavo him a
year's pay of a policeman, and n pioneer's decora?
tion, (hinton in a wicked follow under all his
grotesqueness, and in tho lino Muaffetard it ia be?
lieved that ho murdered Ciando, Uio Proven?aux,
who was his great rival iii a kuonlcdgo of under?
ground Paris. Ciaudo was a poor intemperate
follow, very li moly, and broken by tho doa th of his
wifo and tho desert inn of his eli i 1 lien, and ho liter?
ally livod in tho sowers. Ile chollongod Oaaton nt
tho Vieux Chene ball ono night, to start by a dif?
ferent passage, and moot him nt daylight at a cer?
tain carrefour or CTOBB placo. Thu next night Cos
ton was at I ho ball nu usual, and a woek al ter ward
Ghimlo was found dead at tho spot of assignation,
almost devoured by rats. Thorn waa no investiga?
TWO O'CLOCK-TBE KIOQT THOOr.
When tho dull lamp of tho chiffonier baa got
round tho corner, you near tho tramp of hoofs in
concert, and di roc Hy a company of mounted
policemen como Bwcoping up tho stroct, with
guiaos oui iu advauco, as if for n skirmish with
somo ono ny. Thcso policemen wear brass hel?
mets, Uko a'ltoman general's, with red horso tails
streaming out bobind; carbines aro slung around
thom; tboy carry naked sabres. Hiding along iu
tho night, thoy make tho city soom a conquered
ono, full of conspiring citizoua. On tho oppositu
sidu of thc river, aa if riding down concertedly to
sweep an ononvy from tito quays, a squadron of
regular cavalry ie neon bearing along, their bur?
nished accoutrements glittering; and a buglo call
streams over tho Keino, answored bock by tho
qei.y oTuroie. Bo, in tho darkness supporting
columns movo over tho whola capital; tao forty
great barracks of tho city and its dependencies aro
novor quito darkened, but in their guard-rooms
telegrapher:! and sentries koop perpetual vigil:
four thousand policemen wnlk nil night in cocked
hats and sido-swords; wherever n taper burns past
itu aoason, there is a cold oyo in tho street fixed
upon it. Sixty thousand men of all anim aro dis?
tributed over Paris, and horses stand day and
night to purano revolution or crime. Thc slrntegio
lines of tho town aro studied boro as if Paris waa
lliclimomi, and within ovcry nineo of ficqucnt re?
sort tho mouchant, or spy, ninden - no Introduced
agent in genera!, but your friend, bed-follow or
aauool-mato-bo to whom you aro froo to unbosom
ovcry indignation and purpoao of your lifo, pur?
chased by natural deceit or a troacboroua political
regimen to deliver you up far your thoughts as
remorselessly as for your deeds.
8aid M. Vivian, of oid, tho Prefect of Police:
"There is no lack of candidatos for spioa. Thoy
como from every class. Every day a hundred
oiler Uiomsolvcs. Our mail is ulled with volun?
teer letters betraying some friend or rotativo.
ConBcienco is low-priced among my couutry
Tho "Felon's Biography" consist? of 400 regis?
ters and of forty book-coses Ulled with their sup?
plementary leaves, making a grand catalogue of |
Froiuii criminals and suspoctcd people, containing
800,OOd Dames. This rcmarkablo book is kept in
tho lino do H H ri ny, on tho island of tho city. A
spy and a polio niau get tho same avorago pav
about I2G0 in gold a year, or 76 conta a day.' A
Fr?lich common soldier got? about two cents a
day; a captain in tho French army gota a dollar
and a half a day. A French police mag intra to gets
(1200 a year. A po li coman ia called a sargeant de
celle; a, policoman in a country town is oallod a
gent (forme (pronounce(I John Dana); a policeman
over lands, orchards and vinoyorda m called garde
champ?tre; a policeman of tho army, to watch
over tho troops, ie called jens d'arme d'arm?e; a
oivil policoman, who adjusts differences Uotwcoii
boss and workman, debtor and croditor, iii called a
prud homme, or honest man.
Tim FF. O'CLOCK-vinn. '. i
Dy throe o'clock, chiffonior and troop forgotten,
wo shall have w alked into tho denser part of old
Paris, behind tba Church of St. Germain l'Aucr
rois, which struck a bell for tho massacre of 8t.
Barth ol o mow, and in this labyrinth of rovolutions,
whore ovcry house has been at somo timo a loop?
holed murderer's haunt cr a gutted sopulohre,
them in suddenly a spurt of smoko and llamo from
Um cellar of a factory. 1
"Feu dc 1'aide ! itu dc Faille !" ie shouted lusti?
ly, and straightway from sorgoant to sergeant tho
ory nasses, "Feu de Faille !" (sudden blaze). DI
roctly Uio firemen of Paria aro socn approaching,
They havo no engines, but aro provided with a
score of common buckets. They wear a bluo
Jacket and water-proof boots, and brooches of red,
and on their heads a knobbed helmet of ovorlap
Bing scales of brass, vory clumsy and umphibidus
ko. Tho houses of Paris, aud, indeed, of all
Western Europe, aro built" of Btono, presenting
little that ls combustible and only their content?
aro over endangered. Their successive floors aro
generally made of brick tiles; tho joists and booms
aro of iron, filled with cement, and Ibo prooces ut
putting down a uro is of the rudest description.
All tho pastera-by and spectators aro impressed
into pasacrs of water. A doubla Uno of toppeurs
and pomplere (sappers and pumpers) ls formed,
ono lino of which forwards tho water whon it ia
drawn from tho nearest fountain, and down tho
other lino the buckets return. Most genorally tho
fire burna out tho little inflammable matter that it
can roach, while tho flromou, with much ado and
ardor, deluge the building. Over all tho din yon
boar a speaking trumpet cry:
"Bergeaut of tho brigade, order a posa o to call
"Impress those idiom with their hands in their
"Private I silonco thoso weeping womon I"
"Chef de Dorpe ! 8ha)l wo not confiscate tho
contents of thia wino ehop to tho uses of our gal?
"Forward I tho reservo, and fall back battal?
Bo, with thc voice of a hundred diluted steam
engines, the moat wrotcbod Aro department in
(Jhriatondom proceeds with its work, and when the
firo is dono all tho sappi uni and pompiers go to
tho barrack with a military strido.
form O'CLOCK-niz ABATTOIUS. i
Whilo there aro tho nigh? scones in tho boart
of tho olty, away out on tho hills of tho suburbs
the batchers of cattlo and sheep aro Rotting roady
for market. 'Ibero aro bat eight botcher sho- H ia
Paris, and tbroo of thoso aro a long distance from
tho City proper. Tho fl vo principal ones a tan d on
tho omar boundaries of Paris; thoy aro owned by
tho oity, and routed to tho several butchers, who
aro compellod to drive their cattlo to thom in tho
night, to pormit nono of their employ?es to bo
aeon upon the publio streets in tho garments of
tho slaughter house, and to transport all tho meat
to market between midnight and sunrise. The
cattle markota proper aro at Poiaay and Sceaux, a
days walk from Paris oaeb; Uio drover is not com?
pellod, tho refont, to pay tho octroi, or municipal
tax; Ulis ia paid hythe bulcher whon ho posses
tho city gates, or at the abattoir whon ho kills. In
Ula great batcbory of Montmartre, ibo largest lo
the world, there aro nine H troc Ls, sixty-four boll?
ing houses and butcheries, eight pons capable oT
inoloatng four hnndrod cows at onoe, with abun?
dant ahado and fodder; two artesian wolla supply
200,000 quarts of water a day; thoro aro triperies,
rssMhlncrlofl for curing calves' hoad, and sheep's
feet and tongues, almost as perfect as your hog
kiiling mothods in Cincinnati, and so superb ia
tho drainage that onlatdo of ibo abottoir not q drop
of blood ia ovor aeon upon tho sidewalk or tn tho
(rutters, nor is tho hot Bummer mado a stench by
by the breezes from tho ehambloe. Thoso butche?
ries wero projected by tho fl rat Napaloon, and fin
iahod in IBIS.
HM'ho horee-bulohere ls a new ins I itutlon hore,
and it has, until of late, been established tn the
abattoir vt La Villette, jost ontaido of Paris.
About forty horsos aro silled a day, knocked In the
ho ul, their throats out. and they aro made into
mutters, shins and ribs in no time. Thc per?
formance is perfectly legal, and government cn
oouragea tho consumption of tho horse.
On the third afternoon whiob arioooodcd, I
loohcsl into tho horsopond. About a dozen nags
wore the.ro asscni bled, BO very raw-bon od that fit
tait I though, ? Uiey bud thc ir lego la Uio sir in*
." i, ! n |t [??????lll*l???B????l??*
stead ot their ba^ks. To havo fallon In on thom
would Imvu boon Uko lumblinp; down an oubliette,
among knifo-blailos. Thoy scorned to bu crabs oil
stilts, nil .claw and sholl; ami out or their eve?
looked tho eloquence ofnbamlouod and un ret tinl?
ine; prose. Of (ails, thvro wero mino ; because
(hero worn no flic?. What Hy would harbor there?
Four iHMidorous hoofs, fllnmoiits of logs, n skele?
ton skirt body, out] A iloath's bead snllUiiu; lor
Within tho hour u ludo, moro shanks and shins
dina I thought could bolong to ono quadruped,
moro ribo than I behoved a iiruanadon could carry,
and sumo shallow quartern and shoulders of
whitish meat wero hatiginy; mund tho sliatnbtcs.
Kxiiorts Tor the Week culling Tlmriday,
1.1 VERPOOL -p.-r (hip Doiubay-?21 bales 8 I and 1303
bales Upland Coltan, 800 Obi? Spirits Turpentine.
11)11 bbl? ltosln, OOO bags Cotton Seed. 1 halo liri; Wi
Woolen?, 1 package Segara, 2 lockages Personal Kf.
feta, 1 Portrait.
HALIFAX. II 8 -Per Hr bri? Annie M-IO bblH Spirits
Turpentine, Ol,Ml feet Pine Plank and Flooring
TALMA, MAJORCA-Por Dr bark James Wilton-152,
OOO Sawed Lumber, 02,000 leot Timber,
DOSTON-Fer sehr D?rgen-03 halos Ilagt. Pap.-rand
Hniw. 20 bates Cotton, 13 packages Metal. 3!) hilde,
70 tib? i and lot loose Iron, 200 obis Spirits Turpeu
11 er, 33 bb I s Ito* m. re, I 20 packages Md?.
KEW YOltK-Por. aloamsblp Champion- 31 bales Sra
Island Cotton, OTB bales Upland Cotton. l.'.'J bales
Domestics and Yarns, llthbla Rodo, 680 libbi Po
tatocs, 205 crate* Vegetables, 132 Empty Uatrcls, 23
tes Hice, 18 tes Molasses, 108 Packages, 18 sacks
Wheat, S sack* Flour, 33 bags Feathers. 37 rolls
Leather, 02 crate* Peaches, 1 Horne.Per steam?
ship Saragossa-< 03 bales Cotton, 211 bales Domes
th H. loo bbl* Ilorfn, GI iiackoe.es Sundries, ISO pack?
ages Vcgctabl s.Per steamship Monck a-240
boles Cotton, 70 bbla ltosln, 80 bushels uow Wheat,
2100 boxes and bids Vegetables, 200 balea Yarn and
Domestics, 181 rolla Leather, 200 packages Sundries.
PUILADKLPUIA-Per steamship J W Evcrroan-82
bale* Cotton,40 bale* Moa?, 291 balee Doracatios, 0
bbla Spirits Turpentine, 00casks Clay, I ca?ka Hams,
2nd tons Iron, 110 packoges Vegetables, 170 Empty
Darrels, and ?10 packages Mdxo.
H ALTIMORE-Per sehr John A (lrilTIn-83 bbla Spirits
TunicnUuo, 200,000 feet Lumber.
TUE CHA RI.KS'i'OS ,ni A It li KT.
ron TUB stn EHniKO TUunaoaT. aur. ft, 1867.
COTTON.-Tbo business in tb" ??P1? ?ln?:e our last
__m.y rtatemont ba* been extremely Umltod, tho ?tock
on hand boleg almost nominal, and buyers haye, in con?
sequence, to coolina themselves lo the purcbaso of such
small lots as tellers may have to oiler from day to day.
Price* bavo generally boon quito alor dy, particularly
for good Cotton, common qualities hoing relatively lower;
tho tales, howover, becamo aomowhat easier undera
Blight declino at Liverpool, Middling Upland at tho be?
ginning of tho week bel?g quoted at 20c. fl lb, and cloe
lug at 2<X@26c y? lb. Tho receipts for Ibo woek bavo been
7 bates of Soa Island, 1110 bale* of Upland Cotton, against
2 bales of Sea Irland and 731 bales of Upland Cotton tho
woek before. Tho dally transactions In Ibo staple for tho
week will bc seen by tho following report:
On Friday, Jana 21st, Uao doma nd for tho staplo waa
Very light, and tho transaction* were only 20 balee, tho
salea being too limited to establish price*, quotation*
wera in consequence omitted.
On Saturday thora were no sales, buri ness hoing PUS
pended by tho prevalence of a heavy storm, which pre?
vented ou I door transactions.
On Monday business was inactive, and tba operation!
of the day was confined to 25 bales, quotations bchiji
On Tuesday prices were slightly easier, and 81 balci
changed hands. Low Middlings being quoted at 23-313 K
mel Middling Upland* al 34,H<?}25c. fl lb.
On Wednesday, tho tranaictiona amounted to near l?t
bales, tho rates continuing about tho ?ame ss tho day be
fore, vue: 24>i?@25c. f, lb. for Middling.
Vest, rday there tva* a good coinand at steady rates
salas, 131 bales; ISal?l, 19 at 22>i, 3 at 23>i, 31 at3l, t
at -'!>,, 13 at 20, 12 at 2.-,?,. Wo qi.olo Low Middling 1
?23>i; Middling 24K@? I Strict Middling 2S>i.
SEA ISLAND COTTON.-Til . receipts of Ibis quellt,
of Cotton has almost ceased, and with a light stock, th
sales of tho week havo been about CO bales, at 4ft?OOo <
lb., for common to good 8c-. leland. Quotations ar
COTTON 9TATE if KNT.
S.hi'd UpVd. Ria
Stock on bend Rcpt 1. 1800.. 233 6.300 ...
Received thia week. 7 1110 ...
Received previously.10.043 130,887 12,13
Total rcreJpta.10,285 111,803 13,13
EXPORTS. .S. I'd. Up'd. Hier.
This week. MS 2.9.12 33
15,077 139,l>32 10,145
Total exports.....16,077 139,932 10,11
Stock on liand and on shipboard_ 308 1,871 1,98
BAKE TmE LABT TEAS.
6*. I'M. Vpt'd. Eic.
Slock on band 8cpL 1,1805. 303 l.rao 10
ltocoived thia week. - 1,113 -
Received previously. 6,299 07,519 3,6?
Total receipt*. 0,061 100,343 3,08
Ex roar?. s. I'd. Up'd. Nice.
Tills week. 5 433 -
Previously.6,490 94,504 2,775
6,405 95,053 9,770
Total exports.6,405 95.0G2 2.71
Stock on hand ard on shipboard.. . 100 6,190 0.
BICE.-Tho receipts of Carolina Bough during tb
week have been a few *maU parcela, amounting to abot
OOO bushels. The supply on plantation* have been a! mew
entirely sent to market, and until tho now crop cornea I
hand, tba businc** In thia article will bo very UgbL Tl
market ?Ince our hut report has bron bare of (tock, au
the sale? havo been of a retail character. The ll tuite
?uppllos In tho bands of factor* at Ibo m Ula hero I* bel
quito firmly, and Iota aro only effcred when iuU pric<
can be bad. Yesterday a salo of 30 tierces of fair Rh
took puree at Ile. fl lb,
NAVAL STORES.-Tho supplies received here durlr
tho past week havo been Umltod tn consequence of U
Interruption of railroad tranaportation by tho baa\
raina. Tho receipts havo been 850 bbl*. Rosin, 200 bbl
Spirits, and 200 bbl*. Crudo Turpentine. Tho Rosin wi
sold at ?4.60315 ft bbl. for pale: I3,S0@I4 for No. 1; I
for No. 3; ?2.75 for No. 3; and 12.00 fl bbl. for bise
Tho Spirits were disposed of at 50c. f. gallon for coo:
try packages. Extra packages cell al higher price*. Tl
Crudo Turpentine fe und buyers at 13 *\ bbL for vir 3:
and yellow dip. Tb ore aro nu extra Rosin on ti
HAY.-1 ho arrivals during tho weak hare been abo
400 bales, all North River. A part of thia supply w
.old ?t $2 fl hundred, ind a lot closed out at SI.80
hundred, but the article I* quito dull, and buyers are,
many cases, offering lower figures.
CORN.-Tho supplie* at hand ?Ince our last week
report amount to abont 40,000 bushels. There conti
tte* to bo a good Inquiry, and prices have rather ii
proved nedor better rate* at Ballimore We notice eal
of 1500 bushels of yellow and mixed, at ll 83 ?3 bucht
weight, baga included; 3500 bushels of common whit
at $1 DC ?? bushel, weight, b?g* Included ; primo Mar
laud white is held above these figures. Wo note sal
yesterday cf 1700 bushels prime white, atti 42 ft bush
weight, baga included.
OATS.-Some 3000 bushels of Ibis grain has boon 1
calved during tho week, which was consigned to doole]
Wo learn of no wholesale Iran ?action*.
FLOOR.-The stock of this "article I* much reduce
but pureba?ora buy sparingly, awaiting receipts of t
new crap. Theta bas been a lurtbsr decline In price
some quail ties, and wo have revised our qnotatlot
Northern and Western Super may bo quoted at tlO
fi tu 75 fl bbL ; Northern and Western Extra at 112
13BO 9 bbl.; Baltimore Super at ?10 50@11 fl bb
and Extra at tin ? bbb: Southern Family ls hold
?10917 fl bbl.; New Southern Floor has only been 1
reived in light supply, but largo receipts may be look
BACON.-The stock of this article has become neal
exhausted, but receipt? of additional supplies are
hind. It la he'd-firmly at hut week'* quotation?, 1
for Primo Shoulders ll.'rfjlljic. fl lb; Prims III bb
Sides at 13Kc t* lb; Primo Clear Bibbed do. 1.1 Vii
and Clear Bides at 14 Kc WI Sb. Hams are In doman
and primo sell at lfl?lftc f, tb.
SALT.-There has been no further receipts of th's
Belo. There ls a good jobbing demand and prices 1
firmer. Sellers aro holding Rmi ltd Iel J at 1X2502,60
ll AU Ol N O AND ROPE.-Gunny cloth tl extremely d
and nominal, and wo quote from 25a25c per yard.
ROPE.-There is bat little inquiry for this arne:
Prime Hemp may be quoted at 20o, per lb. and Jute 13
TIMBER AND LUM DER.-Tko supply of Timber ?
Lumber on the market hat diminished, and prices 1
. omo what Armer without quotable change. Wo renew <
rate*, say for Common Timoor t4?t5 TU; for 1
Timber to? 18, and Shipping Timber ?13 fl
Raft Lumber ts selling at 112? Ila ft M ; Olly Bte
Sawed ls held at ? isa?23 ft M.
v lt Ri ? 11 TH. -To Liverpool, by sail, are dull and no
nab We quote the nts on Upland at Jid., and J
os fica Island*. To Havre, nominal. To the West Ind
nothing offering. Coastwise are gen orally quite nomli
To New York, by itetm, 16c, ft baie on Bet Islanes a
Uplands; 76a fl tierce on Bice, tn 40c. fl bbL on Roi
By sail, nomina h To Boston, by ?team, nominal; X@0
ccnt ft lb. by (SlL To Philadelphia cent
R). on Upland Cotton by ?Usera, and - cent ft lb,
?all. To Baltimore-The steamers take Colton for LR
pool, to be reshipped by itetm through tt New Y
?teamer'* tate*; on Lumber, by eau, to Now York,'Ph
delphi* and Baltimore tt&l ft M on Lumber, tod 1
10 ft H. on limier.
EXCHANGE-Sterling Billa-de rate yetterdAy '
td 02>i to tho pound ?terllng for sixty days bills. '
DOMESTIC ExcraotaE.-The banks are pureba;
Bight Check? on Nsw York tl par; five to
days, S per cent discount off; ten to fifteen day*
per cenL discount off| twenty to twenty-five days,
par cenL off; twenty-five to thirty days, ?.% per cent.
Thoy ?cu Bight Draft* on Ntw York tt K fl a
GOLD.-Tho brokers ware yesterday buying tl I
7? And selling tl 83?38K
Au g u? La Marlie t.
AUGUSTA, June 3d.-P, lt-FnrsRoTaL.-Ooi.ti.
good demand, broker* are buying at 107 and Klilni
Kn.VKn.-Drokom are buying at 138 and celling at
Ccrrrcni.-Tod ay baa boen about Uta dullest day of
season In the ectton market. Very Utile demand
nothing of contequanoo done. We could only bea
two tates i 6 bale* at 23.1* and 80 at Si Xi. Becelpti
Mobile Market, I
MO BILK, fAM M, -g ono* -T-fcc movement la ?
has been lo ? limited extent, tho day's bueloeea footing
Uj> only ISO bale?; Middlings Sie. Tbs Liverpool tele
grama of to-day abo? a decline there. Tho market cloaed
doll and rn,1er under thone advices.
MONKTAUT AND FKISOHI,-There has teen rather
morn activity in blotting and New York Exchange to-day.
Merlin? la reported sinter aud beltur-nay aljly day
billa 14Gal47. and alKhl HU.
Now York sight cunlluuoa lo rulo )i premium checking
by Ilia banka, and nar hy bankers! Outside bills com?
mand a discount.
bow Orleans Bight par lo X discount
New Orleans Maltet.
NEW OIll.KA.NH, Juna 31.-COTTON_Tho market
opened Ibis morning subject to tho samo niflueiice that
Crevai I od Yesterday, and as uolhlng transpired to st lum
.to op?ration?, tho movement haa coutinind dull sud
Inactivo throughout. Tho offering supply waa meagre,
.mil factors geuerally demauded lull previous |irlcca,
whllo huyera, on Ibo oilier baud, lu view of tho unfavor
ablo tono ol tho Now York ami I Iverpool Intelligence,
allowed a decided reluctance to go on, deem ti? lt more
expedient lo postpone, for tho pro ont, the elocution of
their orders, and await tho receipt of later adriena.
Ululer theao circumstances tho sales wero ex?
ceedingly H?hl, aggregating at tho clono barely
600 bales, takcu hy six brokers. at pre?
vious prices, tho market eloali g steadily at our quota
Hons. Willi Ibo above remarks wo repeat os follows: Or
illnnry '.Cia- -. few M Id.liing M'a*-, aid Middling "Cl
3Ie. Tho private dispatches through tho cabio, reporting
Middling Uplands at 11'.al 1 ^d. and Middling Orleans
at ll VI, dlil noi appear to oxer, Iso any material tn -
fluoncc on prices.
STAT F ME NT or COTTON.
Stock on hanil September 1, 18G0.bales 102,093
Received to-day. 730
Additional bales mado from wrecked, looso
and damaged Cotton, pickings, comptes,
Stock on hand. 07,040
'1 ho exports comprise '2551 bales for Now York, 10CD for
Fall IUvrr, 2537 for Liverpool.
RICE.-Tho supply of Loulslsna ts aimil, with a fair
demand for tho high and low grados, but very little fur
tho medium pr?des. Wo quota Louisiana al tlaMlMe.
Carolina 13c, India n>-c.
CORN.-Tho market ls c lead v and firm, wilh a fair de?
mand, especially for white, at vest, ni ay's prices. Tho
sales to-day embroco 12,002 socks, of wldch 3500 mixod
and 16J0 do al 7&c; 232 mixed, COO do, and lu. 0 do at
80c; 170 whllo mixed, an J 1000 mixed, 1000 whllo mixed,
500 yellow 260 do. sud loro whllo mixed and yellow at
^:perUlmau?i*l87,?c:B00cuolco wUWo' .UD I?? do et
Charlcstou Wholesale Prices,
S.IO GI KO, ft y.?d
Dundoo. ll o? li
Ounny Cloth. 23 ? 20
BALE ROM, ft lb-MsutlU. 24 fu) 25
Western. 20 ? 23
Now York. - f.* -
.lille. 12XO -
DREAD, fi lb
Navy. - ? -
Pilot. 10 ? -
Crackers. 12 @ IS
BRICKS, ft BI. 8.00 ?M.W)
RRAN. fl 100 ?hs. 33 ? -
COTTOK, fi lb
Ordluary to Good Ordinary.. - ? -
Low Middling. 23 @ 23K
Mid.liing lo Strict Middling. 2?.','(.? 25X
Good Middling. - fi -
Sea Island. 35 ? -
CANDLES, ft lb-Sperm. - ? -
Adamantino. 35 ? 20
Tallow. 19 tja 20
COFFEE, fl lb-Rio. 26 @ SO
Laguayra. 28 fi 35
Java. & 4B
CORD AO E, fi m - Manilla. - @ -
Tarred American. 20 ? 38
CORN MEAL, fi bbl. 6.00 00 -
COAL, fi tun-Anthracite. 10.00 fa. ll.OJ
COPPER. ?? lb-?hoot. 68 ? 60
Peruvian Guano, fl len. 100.00 ? -
Pacific Guana, fl 2000 lb. 76.00 ? -
llaugh's Phosphate, * 20JO lbs... GO.00 ? -
Rhodes' Phosphato, fl 2000 Iba... 05.00 ra -
Mapca'Supcr Phosphate, fl 3000 tb 05.00 0$ -
Zen's Raw Bono Phosphate. 66.00 ? -
Zell'a Super Phosphate ot Limo.. 60.00 fi -
FISH-Cod, ft 100 lbs.I 7.00 ? 0.00
Herring. ^ box. 70 & 80
Mackerel. No. 1, fl bair bbl. 9.0O ?10.00
Mackerel, No. 2, ft half bbl. 8.00 ? -
Mackerel, No. 3, y bbb. - fi -
Mackerel, No. 1, by Ute. 2.13 ? 3.00
No. 3. 3.00 (al -
No. 3. - la) -
Hardin os, fl 100-quarter boxes.. 23 .? 35
Half boxes_ 48 @ 60
FLOUR, ft bbl-Super. 10.60 ?10.75
Northern and Western Extra. 12.00 ?12.60
Baltimore Extra. 13.00 (?) -
Southam Extra. 10.00 ?17.00
FRUI TS- Prunes, fl lb. 22 ? -
Flga. 40 ? -
Dried Apples. 10 ? 28
Armonda, soft shell. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. lt., ft box. 4.00 ? 6.00
Balbina, Loyer. 4.60 ? 6.60
Oranges... - ? -
I. neilin. 4.00 ? 8.00
GLASS, ft box or 60 feet
American, 8x10. 6.60 ? 6.00
American. 10x13. 6.00 ? 6.60
French. 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
ORA 7.V-Maryland Oats, ft bushel. - @ -
\Vcatani Oats, fl bushel. - ? -
Com, fl bushel. 1.30 ?1.42
Hean-, ,1 bunin 1. 1.00 ?3.00
HA Y, ft cwt-North River. 1.80 ? -
Eastern. - ? -
HIDES-Dry, fl lb. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-fl lb. 1.00 fi 1.76
IRON- Refined, fl lb. 07 ? OTK
Bwode. OS ? 10
HTHS, fl M.,. (.00 ? ?.60
LIME-RhcU, T* bbl. - ii -
Knuth Carolina. 1.60 ? -
Rockport. 3.00 ? 2.25
Cement. 3.76 ? 3.60
Plaster Parts. 4.00 ?4.60
LUM HER, ft M. f cot
Clear White Pine, lat qnailty. 60.00 ?55.00
White Pino, good run. 38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pme. 20.00 ?25.00
hoards, fl M. toot- Rough. 12.00 ?16.00
G roo Y od and Tongued.... 28.00 ?32.00
LEA TU FI!, country la ii nod, r1 lb. - ., -
MOLASSES, fi gallon-Cuba. 45 ? 60
Muscovado... 65 ? 06
Sugar House_. 60 ? 1.00
New Orleans. 75 fi '82
NAVAL STORES, V lilli Tar. - ?
Pitch. - fi -
Rosin, Pale. 4.60 ? 6.00
Roaln, No. 1. 3.60 ?4.00
Rosin, No. 3. 3.00 ? -
Rosin. No. 3. 3.60 ? 2.80
Spirits T-irvcutme, ft gallon. 60 I 61
oaauua. at ra. io He -
NAILS-Amurtcna. 4@20d, fl keg. 7.00 ? 7.76
American Wrought. - ? -
lu tiling_. 7.60 ?10.00
Copper, fl tb. 1.00 ? -
Galvanised. 30 fi -
Bp ikea. 12 ? 16
Ol LS-Lard, fi gallon. 1.40 ? 1.45
Llnaeod, fl trallon. 1.64 ?1.60
Sperm, Winter, fl gallon. 3.BS ? -
Cotton Seed, fl gallon. - .- ? -
Castor IE. I.), ft gallon. 3.00 ? -
Clive, fl doten. 8.00 ?10.00
Kerosene, ft gallon. 63 ? 64
Benzine, ft gallon. j 00 ?
FROriSIONS-noot, mesa, fl bbl. 16.00 ?30.00
licef, prime.:. M.00 fill.00
Pork, mess. - fi -
Rump. - ? -
1 lacon, Hams, fl lb. 10 ? 18
Bacon, Bides. 13 ? UK
Bacon, Hhouldora. liv! ll.S
Bacon, Strips. 16 ? 17
Lani, lu keg. 12J?? 16
Batter. 30 ? 40
Cheese. 18 ? 64
Potatoes, ft bbl. 3.25 ? -
Onions. S.00 ? 3.2S
Apple*. 4.00 ? e.oo
PA I NTS-While Lead, ft Bl. 10 ? 10
Black Load. 10 ? 12
/Inc. White. 12 ? 18
FLOW STEEL, ?B lb 12 ? -
JUCS-Carolina, fl lb. 10V J UK
East India. - ? -
SLATES- American, fl square.. 12.60 ? -
SHINGLES, fl M. 7.00 ? 8.00
White Pine, first quality. 12.00 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarse, fl sack. 3,25 ? 3.60
Liverpool, fine. - ? -
SOAP-Bar, fi lb. ll ? 16
STARCH, fl tb. 10 ? 13
SPICES, fi lb-Csaala. 1.00 . ? -
Mace. 1.78 ? -
Gloves. IS fi -
Nutmegs. 3.00 ? 3.60
Pepper. 4 Ci ? -
Pimento. ?0 ? 60
Baa? alagar. 90 ? -
SPiaiTS, Ti gallon-AlcoLol. 6.00 ? 0.00
Urandy, Cognac. 4.00 ?13.00
Brandy, Domestic. 9.00 ? 3.16
Gin. Holland. 4.76 ? 8.00
Oto, Amanean. 9.60 ? 8.78
Bum, /amalea. 6.00 ? 6.00
Bum, N. E. 3.60 ?3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 8.00 ? 8.00
Whiskey, ItecUnod. 3.80 ? 2.40
SUGAR, fl lb-Baw. 0 ?t ia
Crushed. 18 ? -
Clarified A. 17 ?'. -
Clarified B. - ? - .
Clarified O. . 16?? 17
Loaf.. 18 ? IS
Porto Rico. 13?? ' 14
MUSCOYSA- . 13 ?' u
SEGA IIS- Domestlo manufacture, fl M. 18.00 ?18.00
TEAS, V lb-Imperial. 3.00 ? 3.60
Gunpowder. 3.00 ? 3.60W
Hyson. 1.60 ? 1.00
Young Hyson. 1.60 ?>1.00
Black. 1.00 3,1.76
TOBACCO, fl lb, aa per quality. 40 ? 1.60
TIMBER-ti&vm Ttrnbor-Yellow Pins. 4.00 ?13.00
Ash. - fi] -
Poplar. - ?i -
Hickory. - & -
TIK-l O Roofing PUlO. 16.00 ?I -
I X Hoofing Pla'e. 17.00 ? -
I Olin Piste'. 10x14. 18.60 ? -
IX Tin Plate 10x14. 17.00 ? -
I 0 Tin Plate, 14x20. 18.60 ?V - . !
Block Tin, ft ttl. 40 ct, -
rrFfJY?-Ootton, fl rb.... 78 ?i --
Baling. ?5 ? -
Hemp. 43. ,?? -
Jute. 60 ? -
VARNISH-Bright, fl gallon. 38 ? -'
Parenna. - ? ! -
VINEGAR-Whlto Wine, fl gallon..... 60 ? . -
Cider.M. 80 ? -
French. 1,00 ?1.2S
WINK, * gallon-rort. 3.60 ? 6.00
Madeira. 3.25 ??6.00
Sherry.i. 3.38 ? 8.00
crurei fl ease. 6.00 ?13.60
Oasmpsajne, fl bssvket.,...18.00 ?10.00
Harket Bepert and tiuotatlon BhecA ibr
Bonds, Stoelcs and Dank Biais, tar W?vsk
ending ,1aaie ?7, 1867.
ANDREW M. MOUEI.AN?J,
Broker, Wo, 8 Broad Street, Chatleston,g. c.
eODTUxaiv sun sxtxe. j
. ', Baying Bates.
Bank of flamdan.....30
Bank of Charleston..1?
Bank of Oh ester.OS
Baak of Georgetown.,.........14 i
Bank of namburs,....14
Pack of Nswhcrry.;..07
Bank of Scrath Oarollna.jof)
Bank Of 8tate of H. CaroUna, prior to 18k l.06
Bank of State or 8. Oarollna, siter lat Jar , 'ai..05
Commercial Bank, Columbia,. ,02
Exchange Bank. Oorombte.,11
M ere Lan t' a Ea nie Ch trow.,.06
Peopla'a Baak, Chsxleatoo.;.AB
Ptenter'a Bank of Fairs aid.07
Planter's and Ueehanie'e Bank, Charl eaton.,, ,18 '
Bon Ui wea tern Bsllroad Bank, Charteston.96
Union Bank, Coarlaaton.89
City of Charleaban Changs Bills. .Ha
State South OaroUns Tresaury Notes.,S
amma, STocx am oorrrosa .
Kds pola ?^rporja, ?Uy,
? ' i.11 ? in.
Memphla Doods, City.CO
City ot Columbia Bond?.,.49
City ut ein m bl.i Cu ii i HOI?.41)
Soulli cmllm Railroad un.I Dank Stock.UH
South esr 'Hr.? Railroad Rix Par CeuL llonits.CU
South Cnmi. ? i HaUm ni Koren Per ('rill. Ilnuds.GJ
South Carullna l'..'"roail Certificate nf Indebtedness, su
City of Charl.'Minn HU Per Ccill. ti bark.OU
City of Cbarlcslon Cor llUcate of Indebtedness.88
City of Cliarteslou Klro Loan Bond*.B*i
Sbii.i or south Carullna Hoads (old).40
Stato of Soutb Carolina lionds (new Issue of January
StaU> ol South Carolina Stork.24
Stale of South Carolina Coupons.35
People's National llauk Stock.Par
First National hank Stock.Par
Northeastern Railroad 1st lutcrest lionds.Mr., i v.
Northeastern Itallruad lal Coupon*.47(.i48
Northeastern ItallniadC'erllflcato of Indebtedness.4f>$?50
Charleston (los Compone .st.s k.,. Iii ? I j
Charleston City Hallway Stock.3U
Charles-nu and Savannah Railroad Itolida (Slate
Charlestun und Savannah Railroad Ponds list Inter?
est of 2J hen)..._
City of Savannah honda.70
City of Savannah Coujwus (duo previous to 1st June,
City of Savannah Coupons (duo after Isl June, ISM) .'.>:.
Memphis and Cbarlcslon Railroad lionds.70
Memphis ami Cliarlestoii llallroad Coupon*.HlfeHi
Muniiy brines 21, per ccut. a mouth ou flrst-cla s col?
.'ny In form-i Ibm in r. hi ti o n to I loi ids. Sleeks, Cou?
pons, or Hank Hills, will bo fin nibbed by application,
either I person or by letter, to tho Uruker above named,
at No. H I road streol.
?exports of Itlcc, Naval Mtorr* and Lamber,
fi..m tile Port of ( liui lenton, front Scnte'r
1st to Jane ?17, ISO?.
ntOK. |N. ETOIIKS.' LUMUKU.
Nowport, lt I.
Piovldcnce, It I..,,,
Pur ba-toe s.,, ,,,
Cuba and a Market.
Itlo do Janeiro.
St. obns,N. B-...
Consignee* por Month Carolina Uallroad
373 bales Cotton, 38 bales Tarns, 35 bags Wheat 30
bags Bough Klee, 04 bbl* Naval Stores, 3 cars Old Iran,
sud sundi len. To J D Armstrong, J tc W U Armstrong,
Kanapaux, Lanncau ti Co, A Robinson it Co, Jt Bonis &
Co, C Salilmau, ll II Agout, W OokUmlth tc Son, P Mul
kal, Street Brothers k Co, Courtenay te Trcnholm, W P
Hall, J lt B Sloan, K J Wlss ii Co, ll U Walter A Co, Q
W Williams & Co, WU Choice. Wm Maithicssoo, W W
Bhackolford, Wallace A Bro, Bollmauu Brothers, Came?
ron, Barkley ii Co.
PORT OF CIIAUbEBTOII.
Steamship O C Learv, boote. New York-loft Saturday
P M. Mdxo. To Unvencl ir Co, Railroad Agent Klinck,
Wi kenberg k Co, M P O'Connor, J Small ii Co, W Knob*
lock. W Matth!essen, J Hesomau At Bro, 8 R Marshall, J
P Kelp, F Wc hu?an, O W Stedens ic Co, J H Dovcronux,
Jcunlug?, Thoinllnscn 4; Co, T P F. .ruston, J U Muller,
(ioodricb, Win rman ii Co, lt Matchers, F V Morckbardt
Rollman Brother*, A 111 lng. J D Aiken k Co, W Ouruey,
E Jacob*, E Wagner. Bhopbord ii Cohen, C U Kranke,
Krello ii Chapman, P Cantwell, A O Stone, Douglas it
Miller, D O'Neill k BOD. T M Brlstoll, J D McElboae, N A
Hunt, C Goldstein, Southern Expreas Company, D F I
Fluming it Co, OA Ve sh auski. Scrovln ii Nesbit, Jil ?
Sloan, McKay A Campbell, Lauroy Ai Alexander, ll k A 1?
Caldwell, ? N Averill ii Son, Wagoner, Heath A Menaces,
Womer ii Ducker, J H Hoad it Co, and other*. Expe?
rienced stonily southerly gale* Hinco leaving Haltera?.
Steamship Falcon, Rood, Baltimore, via Norfolk-left
tho hitter Monday, P M. Corn, Oat* and Mdze. To
Mordecai ii Co, Courtenay ii Trcnholm, J A Cook i Co,
? C U It Agent T Tupper ic Bonn, Bavcnol ii 1 lam weil, E
U Itodg-rs ii Co, JeilorJ* ii Co, W U Smltb & Co, J O
Mllnor ic Co, W L Webb, Whlldon ac Brown, L Schultz,
U Oordts ic Co, Stunhouso ic Co, B E Penna! 1. J F O'Neill
ii Bon, Porcher ii Uonery, J F Taylor ic Co, B M Doc ry,
J O Hoven, J Camp-on st Co, O PnUlips, U Blatte ii Co,
M M Qulnu, U Cobla ir Co, H UlscboUT il Co, Oruber ii
Martin, J Uurkainp ii Cu, Tied?mau it Co, J A W H
Annslroug, C Voght, B PatUi?, B Davis, W Huublock,
Agcut palstka Steamer, Mowry ic Co, Southern Belier As?
sociation, Lauroy k Alexander, C Sahlmau, Wea t ic Jones,
H BiBwliikle, and others.
Steam lug Alert, taino, 7 day* from Now Orleans,
bound North ; put tn for coal. To H F Baker ic Co.
lirlg .Henry Laureas, Borden, Clenfuegos, 19 day*.
Molasse*. To tho Master. Bound lo New York, and pul I
Into this port leaky.
Br bark James Wilson, Ferrer, Palma, Majorca-P J Ea?
Sehr Mainb Law, Johnson, Beaufort N C- Risley ic
Went to Bea Yoatcrday.
Prussian bark Depeaebo, Lalake, Liverpool.
Balled for tills Port.
Steamship Bea Oull, Dutton, from Baltimore, June 27.
Captain Heed, of the steamthlp Falcon, Which arrived
hero yesterday tram Baltimore, make* tho following re?
port in r?f?rence to ht? coulston with the schooner Mary
Juno 21, 1807, at 50 minutes A' M. tbs ship being nedor
full speed, with Point Lookout bearing Wost about throe [
milos dlatant, and bearing 8 b E H E, a moderato breeze
from ESE blowing, Udo strong Hood, sky clear, a bright
moonlight light aaw a vessel a point on the starboard
bow, showing at Brit both Ughta (green and red), bear?
ing an opposite coursa to tho (teamer. Upon approach?
ing nearer tho roil Bght abut out, and the green only
aeon. Kept tho steamer on her course, Intending to pass
about s ship'* length lo Ibo starboard of the vessel. At
1.10 A M ?nsito ber out to bo a largo schooner, ulcering
her coane np the bay, and did not anti ci pa to any roi li?
ai mi, the ale-mer bolnu under command uf tho Cap hun
aud second officer, both of whom were in the wheel?
house, together with tho man at the wheel and a man on
the lookout, walking tho iorocasUo deck. When wi bb tn
easy hailing distance, the schooner put her behn bard-a
port, altering her course from N by W X W to about N
E. abutting out bir green and showing ber red light and
thus throwing herself broadside under the steamer's
bow. Seeing a collision unavoidable, put tho steamer's
beim bard-?-port and kent tho ship agoing, to avoid being
struck amidships and. if possible, to clear tho schoon?
er's stern, but did not sure oed Ul doing so. Struck Um
schoonor between the fore and main rigging, cutting her
half through. After ascertaining ibo Injury of the
schooner, kept tho steamer's engine going at bau* apocd,
to koop ute veaael up until the crew wet e rescued. When
this was dono, backed clear and tho schoonor Immediate?
ly tunk. The man at tho wheel on board the schooner,
after throwing ht* balm bard-a-port, ran away from It
and when forward, fed ou the Jib abeet travallor and
broke bl* leg. Tho icbooner'a name waa tba Mary H
Banka, in battait from Boston for Baltimore. At day?
light ascertained the injury lo tho Falcon lo bo too se?
rious to proceed to sea; shaped a coursa for Norfolk to
repair; loft Norfolk Monday, Juuo 31, at 8 PM, and
anchored off Charleston Bar June 28, at 8 P M.
I.IST OF VESSELS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
FOB BION ?
fillip R C Winthrop, Rtuart. Boiled.June <
Br bark IT ile do l'Air. Evans, Bailed.?May 14
Tho Try plicnia, Harding, ?ailed.May 35
Ship Annio Kimball, lincoln, saUod.May 31
Tbe Johann?*, Buter, sailed.May 19
Behr Isabella, Wseki, cleared. .'on? ? |
Behr Jonas Hmltb, Nichol*, cleared.Juno 18
Behr Am crt cus, Ucea, up.<.Juna IB
8 leam ab lp Alliance, Solly, ?ailed.June 21
8team*h(p 8oa Gull, Dutton, sailed.Jone 27
Behr A P Cranmer, Cranmer, cleared......Jans 17
In ttte Port of Charleston, Jane M7,1B07.
VESSELS UKDXE 100 TOMI, AITO "?""?? 001*17X0
WITBTJf THE STATE EXOXTTED.
Manhattan, 1337 toni, Woodhull, at Adgar'a wharf, for
New York, loading.., .Courtenay b Trsnholm
C 0 Loa~y, -- tons. Foote, at Atlantio iharf, for New
York, loading.;.Raven al A Co
Falcon, 873 ton?. Reed, at Union wharf, for Baltimore,
loading.?.Courtenay A Tronbolm
Alliance, 428 ton?, Kelly, at Atlantic wharf, for Philadel?
phia, loading...'.....'.H F Baker k Co j
Oslen?, 793 tona, Dunton, at Royce A Co's wharf, for
liverpool, loading.W B Smith k Co
Bombay, 955 tons, Jordan, in tho stream, for Liverpool,
ready.Courtenay A Trsnholm
Am?U?, iso tun?, Conner, at Boyce Ar Co ? wharf, from
Liverpool, dJsentrglng.....J Fraser ii co
BARKS. * ?... !
J Cumming (Rr), 455 toni, Hookvrty, at Union wharf,
from Newport Eng, discharging.lt Moro A Co
James Wilson (Br), 864 tons. Ferrer, in tho stream, for a
Port in Spain, ready.,...P J Esoard
Northern Crown (Br), tit tons. Mathias, at Vennlng'*
wharf, for Bristol,Eng, leading...B Kure A Co
Henry Laurens, - toni, Borden, at Quarantine, from
Clenfuegos, just arrived.Muter
Rothsay (Br), - toni, denser, at Quarantine, from Car?
denas, Jost arrived.Bon?f?nt A Sala*
Url and (Bpan), - tons, Duval!, at Quarantine, from St
John, P R, just arrived.WP Hali
Elena (Span Pelter*). 155 tons, Martatang, at foot ot Lao
ren* ?treat,for Barcalona, loading.WP Hall
Lilly, 413 tons, Francis, tt Adger'a wharf, from New
York, di achare trig.W Rca. h
Eh odella Blew, 184 toni, Peterson, at Union wharf, from
Norfolk, Va. discharging.JA Endow k Co
W II Tien, 2*8 ton?. Hoffman, at Gsa wharf, from Phila?
Usine law, 184 ton?, Johnson, at Union wharf, for
Beaufort N O, ready.Risley a Creighton
S T Baker, 361 tons, Bristow, in Ashley Elver, for t
Northam port loading.W Roach
Maggie E O ray (3-mttted), 405 tons, Pillsbuiy, tt Ben?
nett'? wharf, for Havana, loading... .Bonanvnt * Sala?
Warraba, 339 tons, Hawklm, In Ashley Elver, for a North?
ern Port, loading.......... ..W Roach
Whitney Long, (354 tons. Hayes, In Ashley River, for a
Northern port loading,.Bithry h Creighton
Bergen, lil tout, Parwna, at Brown* Co'* wharf, tor Bos?
ton, ready.H F Baker A Oo
Daniel ' Chase, 811 tons, Mitchell, in the stream, walk
< tog.; .WIBI* ft Colsohs
THE TRI? MEEKLY NEWS,
fjDBUSKED IN WrNNSBOBO' a a, AFFORDS A
1 profitable m ?diam foe Ute advertising publlo ot
We reapect/uUy (oUcit their patronage for our mutual
banana, u < ? ? J
OAJLLAED, pflaP?BTW ft WIUJAJW,
IMPORTANT TO COTTON PLANTERS.
A NOLTHEKN INVENTION.
l'ATl.NT i. A I OHSA VI Kl1
IRON mm mw nm.
FTIIIK I.ATKST A S11 UV KAU Till: MOST PKIIKKCT
J COTTON HOBfcW rel iuvenile). Willi one mule
n heavy bule inn br euell)' l'Uiluil. Si ml fur lusenn
live ami Mee UM, to C. K. IIUCKU,
r^jav tit lierai Aeeiil for IlirStal..,
Kn. "tl Kant liny, chariest.S. (J.
-",1 IUIIAVAV AN? STEAMBOAT RUPPMKH, INirtabfci
MS] ami sinliunarv limine?. 8a? Oin?, lleiiery's M.i.iir
;i=i ?liv lilli?, <!ri?l Milla, ll:irk Mill?, Horse I'ov.em,
TlireahiTH, ll-aliera, IleliliiK?. UH?, Iron, Sleet. WIM
?5gJ IT'H Urn l'ioof Safe*. Vlatl'omi nuil Counter Seules,
Sp^ Ac, fee, Kur mle by
K. i i i rei nu.
No.711 KAMT HAY, rn WILKS rn*,, S. ?.'.
May'i mill Dinoa
DRUQS, CHEMIOALS, ETC.
U S IS
GALUCHAN S PILLS
A CURTAIN CURE.
WE HAVE USED OAI.LIQII AN'B ril.LR. AND FIND
(lint ll,ry Will (lc) Bli Hint lu .-I iltur.1 tor HlCIII, ami
cheerfully rccnmmouil them lo public favor.
T. H. WAITH, Ki d.,vernor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Alfy Oou'l or Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Juilgo Supremo Court Ala.
From THOMAS J. JODOK. Judgo Supremo Court.
I bava uBcdUALLiaUAN'H I'll,US on my planUllon
" lt la . I non il fut
'? r .lHUUE.
OALLIOIIAN'S FEVER AND AGUE TILLS will ?lo. |
Tiley aro decidedly tho beat medicino for Chills and l e
ver I over gave. I would not bo without them for nit
tunca tho price. J. A. GRAHAM.
AUERICUS, April 17, IBG7.
One box ol OALLIGHAN'S FILLS cured mo perfectly
of (inila and Fever, i hey aro Ibo beat medicino tor I
Chilla and Fever I ever saw. A. O. KONALDSON,
Clerk .Superior Court, Sumter County, Oa.
MONTOOMKBY, ALA., July ??. 18C0.
Menant. I1LUNT k li ALK-OEKTH: I bavo uacd your I
OALLIOUAN'S FILLS on two ocraalona for Chilla anil |
Fever, ami Hud that they effoct all that they ara Intend
cd to do. Uley aro tho beat remedy tor tho dlacaro thal |
I havo over tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DASI, MA vu p..
Grind Sec. U rnuil Lodgo ot F. and A. M. or Alabama.
ALBANY, OA., March ll, 1HC7.
I bavo used OALLIOUAN'S PILLS In forty essene
Chilla uni Fever, with perfect success. They arc thi
best Fever and Aguo PHI put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WI.NK.MAN dit CO.,
No. 153 Meeting atrcet.
And by all Druggists.
Illili NT & IIA LB,
May 14 Otu o Montgomery, Ala.
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WMIl.
nrVHE WATER OF THIS SPRrNO IS RELIEVED TO
J_ bo unequalled by that ot any other in tho far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Ila virtues aro auch aa have ace tired
lt tho high encomiums of all who have used lt, possoss
Ing, as lt does. In su eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D., Professor I
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly or Charleston ,8. O.
PUILAUEM'IIIA, Novombcr 15, IOCS.
I have boan lora year or moro past In tho habit of
laking tho water or the -Excelsior" Spring or Saratoga.
Accustomed during tho great portion or my invalid hie
to uso tho different waters of tho sovoral fountains which
boil up along that remarkable valley, dependent, Indeed,
upon thom lor much of tho comfort I enjoy, I am satis?
fied that tho Ex ce lalor Water ls as well adapted aa any
othor among thom, if not moro ao, to tho purposes for
which they aro generally employed. It la very agrceablo,
atrongly Impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively end
sparlillng. * * * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to all who need a gonUo cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
Tho Water la pu t up In Pint and Quart boUles, and
packed Lu good order for shipping. Pints in bozo, ol
four dozen each, and Quarts In boxes of two dozen each
HOM, AT WHOI.V-H.U.F. Bf
MRUl, WNMW & co..
Importers anti Wholesale Druggists,
No. IBS MBBTINO STREET,
OTTO SITE CHAIU.K3TON HOTEL.
noWIM & MOISE.
Ho. 151 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charlotean Hotel
And for osle by first obus Druggists and Hotels.
January 111 Gmo
THOMAS Ii. AGNEW,
lUFOBTEJt AMD DEA1XB DC
Fino Groceries, Cbolco Tena, Etc.. Rf J,
BOS. 300 and 203 OREEN WICH-ST,, COB. OF MURRAY,
NOTICE TO SAT LO It 8 OR I.M.II I (Ul A M H.
HOTEL OB BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFIOK CEE UK OF COUNCIL.
March 13,1857. I
TN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF I
J. tho Legislature, paeacd the 20th, day of December,
1860, all persona concerned are hereby notified to call at
thia O nico and toke out the required Ucsnao I ni mediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
AK ACT FOB TUX UETTXa rnOTKCTIOM OV BEAUES AMS
nsMiaaaxra IN THE roar ASH UAJUIOB OV oiuni.ra
L Beit enacted, by fAe Senate and Haute of Reprttenta?
tive!, now met and titting in General A ur mil y, and by Ike
authority of the taint, Tost lt shall not bo lawful for any
person, except s pilot or public officer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving In tho port or harbor of
Charleston, before such voaaol shall have been made fast
lo the wharf, without Ural obtaining!eave from the maa*
ter or parson having chargo of such vessel, er from bar
owner or agents.
C it ahall not be lawful for any owner, agent, master,
or other person having chargo of any vessel smvlug or
being In tho port of Charleston, io permit or authorize
any sailors, hotel or boarding bouse keeper, not lloenaed
as hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em?
ployee of any saUor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding
Louse, lo board, or attempt lo board, any voaaol arriving
in, or lying, or being In tho harbor or port ol Charleston,
before aucn vessel shall bavo been made fast to tho wharf,
or anchored, with intent to Invite, oak or ?oil-" m<?
rxaarding oranv nf H^_?Wjai?PWa.l unction vesaol.
ULT. .nail not be lawful fur any sailor's or 1mm l
granl'a hotel or boarding house koeper, or tho employee
of any sailor's or Immigrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded any voaael msdo fast to soy wharf
tn tue port of Charleston, to neglect or ref uso lo leavo
said vessel, after having boen ordered tu to do by the
master or person having charge of auch vessel.
IV. It shall not bs lawful for any person to koop, con?
duct or carry on, oitber aa owner, proprietor, agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or Immigrant's boarding house,
or aallor'a or Immigrant's hotel, lo the city of Charleston,
without having a license from tho City Council thereof,
V. It shall not be lawful lor any person, not having the
Hoe nao in thia Act provided, or Dot being the regular
agent, runner or employee of a person having such li
cense, to Invite, esk or solicit in the city or harbor cf
Cha isa ton, tim boarding or lodging of any of tho crew
employed on any vessel, or ol any Immigrant arriving In
the said ci ty of Charleston.
VL Tho City Council shall toko the application of any
person applying for a I leona? to keep a sal lora' or Immi?
grant's boarding home, or aallor'a or Immigrant's hotel,
lu tho city ol Charleston, and upon satisfactory evidence
to them of tba respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, and of tho suitableness of his sccommoxlations,
ahall laaue to bim a license, which shall bo good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
keep a aallor'a or Immigrant's boarding house tn the city
ol Charleston, and to Invita and solicit boarders for the
VIL The City Council may, upon aatfafactory orldanca
of the disorderly character of any Bailors' or immigrants'
hotel or boarding house, Uo ruted os heroin before pro?
vided, or of tho keeper or proprietor of any auch bouse,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or mhrrepreaentstlonj tn In?
viting or soliciung boarder* or lodgers for such bouse,
on the part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of bis
agents, runners, or employees, or or any attempt to per?
suade or entice any ol (bo crow to desert from any vessel
In tho harbor of Chs^rteston, by such koeper or proprie?
tor, or any of bis agents, runners or employees, revoke
tho llconao for keeping auch house.
VIII. Every person receiving the license herulnbefore
provided for ahall pay to the City Council aforesaid the
sum of twenty dollars.
TX. The said City Council ahall furniih lo each aallor'a
or lnimlgrtnl'a hotel or boarding bouse koeper, llounacd
by thom ss aforesaid, ons or more badges or abielda, on
which ahall be printed or engraved the name of auob
hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number sod
itreet of bia hotel or boarding house; and which asid
badges or ?>>i?Ma ahall be surrendered to said City Coun?
cil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, aa herein provided.
X. Every tailor's or immigrant a hotel or boarding?
house keeper, and every agent, runner or employee ol
auch hotel or boarding-honao keeper, when boarding any
vessel In the harbor of Charleston, or when Inviting or
schelling tlie boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
ur port?n employed on any vessel, or of any Immigrant^
?hill wear, conspicuously displayed, tho Shield or badge
referred to Lo the foregoing eec lion.
XX It shall not be lawful for any person, oxcept those
named In the preceding section, to Lave, weer, exhibitor
difpiav any auch ah? eld or badge to any of tba crew em?
ploy edon any Teasel, or lo any immigrant so arriving hi
Che elly of Charleston, with tho Intent to Invite, oak or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such Immigrant or ol
any of the crew employed oa any vessel being In tba
harbor of Charleston.
XII. whoever ahall offend against any or either of the
proTlaioJA contained In aectlon 1, 2, 8,4, 5,10 and ll, in
this Acs, aban be deemed guilty ol . misdemeanor, and
.hall. 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 fl fly dollar a, and net lesa than one hundred dollars,
or by betti such fine and imprisonment.
XIII. The word "vessel,''as used in thia Act, ahsll In?
deda v?asela propelled by a team.
tn the Senate House, the twentieth day of Doccmbt r, In
tbs year of our Lord ona thousand eight hundred and
Sixty-Six. ! W. D, PORTER,
Preaitlani of tba Senate,
CHAS. H. ?ntOHTON,
Speaker House cf lu p r ?sen ts Ure*.
Approved December 30,1660 s I I di J
J uaj Ia Qi*, a QT? mor, \
Unca lt \
JNUJGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
HORSE A?\'D Mm? POWDERS.
EUS. YELLOW WATER
TEMPER, FEV Elis,
FOUNOr.lt, LOSS OF
. nairrtTF, ANO VI
ITS USE IMPROVES
THE WINI), IN
CREASES THE AP
PKTtTE-a I V E S A
SMOOTH and (ILOS
SY SKIN-and trans?
forms Hie, MISEHA
III.,. BSKL ET ONS
INTO A KINE LOOK
INO AND SPIRITED HORSE.
Tills preparation, long
a ti <l favorably known,
will Uioroughly rcliivlgo
raln broken duwil ami
low-spirited boracs, by
cleansing (lio stomach
Il Is s sure preventivo
of all diseases Inelilciit
tn tills animal, sueb as
I.UNO FEVER, OI.AN?
II KA VES, COUQUE, DIS?
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
INVALUABLE It In?
creases tho quautity
and Improves tho quali?
ty of Ibo MILK. It
bas been provon by ac?
tual experiment to lu
crcaao thu quantity nt
MILK and CHEA M
twenty per cent, and
nuaku tho HUTT Ell
finn and sweet. ID fat
i_ t cid ni; cattle, lt gi v o
_ _- Ilium au appetite, o
ens Ibclr bide, and makes them thrive much taster.
IN ALI, DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUOUS
DU/.EM IN TUE
LUNOS, LITER, Ac.,
this urti ie octa as a
specific. Dy putting
from one-half a paper
to a paper In a barral
of swill tho above dis
esses will bu crail tea?
ted or i titlrely pro?
ven ted. If given In
time, a certain pr?ventive aud euro for tho Hog Cboluro.
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
No. HO PU ANKE, IN H T II E Et T
FOR SALE BY
DOWIE & MOISE
SOllTOERiV DRUG HOUSE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE til A lt Lie s TO \ HOTEL,.
YOUR ATTENTION IR CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
r rt HTS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PHE
_L SCRUTTON or one of tho beat female physicians
and nurses in tho United States, and baa been used for
thirty years with noTcr-fsiling safety an J anccoilby mil?
lions of motilara for their children.
It not only relieves tho child from pain, but invigorates
tho atomacb and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tono
and anorgy lo tho wholo system.
It will also Instantly relievo
OR! Pl NU IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIO.
Wo believe it ls the best and sure nt remedy In thu
world. In all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA in
children, whether it arises from Teething, or from any
r Uier cause.
Bo aura and ask for .
Ams. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING STROP,
Having tho fae ilmHo of CURTIS k PERKINS on tho
ALL OTHERS AHE BABE IMITATIONS.
For sale by tho Wholesale Agunta,
DOW I K & MOIST",
No. 1S1 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
"A trolle wat on her Up-health trat Ul her look
itrengUi wu in her stop, and lu her hands-Pum.
noa ll ITT SSS."
A few bo ttl ea of Pnarrrarron Brrrxsa
WUT ours Nervous Headache.
.? Cold Extremities and Feverish Lip*.
'. Boor Slomaob and Fetid Breath.
'* flatulency and Indigo*Bon.
<* Nervous Affection?.
? Sxoeaalv? ?"V'* -"* ?"..?. ?rx?*?,
.i tun ovor the Ebro*.
II Mental Despondency.
Prostration; Great Wostn?a.
?. Ballow Complexion, Weak Rowels, Ac,
Which are tho evidence* of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It I* estimated that seven-tenth* of all adult alimenta
proceed from a deceased and torpid Ever. Tbs biliary
.ecreUnna of the Brer oversowing hito the stomach gol?
ton the an Ure syitem and exhibit the above symptom*.
After long research, we are able te pr?tent tba mott
remarkable core for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world bu ever produced. Within one year ovar tlx
hundred and forty thousand persona have takes tho
FnAKTATtox Bnnos, and not an lui tan oe of complaint
bas oo me to oar knowledge I
It ts a mott effectual tonto and agreeable ttfmnltn
salted ta (ll oondlUon* of Ufa.
Tbs reporta that lt reliet upon mineral substances fo?
ils active properties, ara wholly talia. For the *AUS
faction of the pnbBo, and that pal lent* may consul
Lheir physicians, we append a Hst of Itt components,
OauttTA Rani.-Celebrated for over two hundred
yearn in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, ?to. It wt* Introduced Into Europa by the
Demiten, wife of the Viceroy of Pern, in IWO, and ,
afterward* ?old by the Jesuit* fat th* rairuiouj prion of J
Ut om weitkl in tilotr. under the name of Jetuu't /W
dert, and wai finally made publie by Louis XVI. King
of Trance. Humboldt make* especial reference to itu
febrifuge quilt ti e* during blt South American travels.
Oitoitn.ra Baax-Fer diarrhea*, Oolio ami dilatant
ol the stomach and bowal*.
DAIDEJOX-For Inflammation of Ute loins and drop,
OBAMOITXLX Fi-owrns-For enfeebled digestion,
Lxvxroxa rixrwxiis-Aromatic, . timuiaat and tonic
highly Invigorating In nervous debility,
warnaoxxn-For scrofula, rheumatism, ate.
Axrnul-An aroma tl O carminative; ereatlng flesh,
muscio and nllk; much need by mothers nursing.
Also, clova, bud.*, orange, carraway, coriander, snake.
Another wonderful lngredisnt, of gmt ms among
Ut* Spanish ladle* of South America, Imputing beauty
lo the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, i* yet un?
known to the commerce of Uta world, and wt withhold
let nam? for the pr??en!.
BooailTXX, H. T., Deoember xs, lsoi.
Messrs. P. B, D sax * At co.-I have bean a great ?nf
fartr from Dyipepsta for three or four year*, tad had to
abandon my profession. About tares mont?t ago X
tried th* Plantation Bitten, and to my great Joy I tm
uaw nearly a well maa. I have recommended leam In
several oatt*,tad. ular u I know, alway* with lignai
PlTTI.lDXI.rHTl. lOieifeonUi, lTth Day. ISA
P.xsTtcrrxD FIUXKD:-My l?taSrJt?T ha* bee* much,
bens!tted by the nae of thy prtnution Bitten. Thoa
?ill ?end rn? two bottle? mor?, -i'v .?>J7____': J
Thy frima, ASA CTJRRIN,
Bam tu a If outs, Omoaoo, UL I
February IL USS. f
trwaswa. P. B. Dalia A Oo. :-Platte se-.nl o ? an od er
rwelv* oates of your PUntaUon Bitten. Aa a morning
ippttlxtr, th ir appear to bart lupenedad everything
lisa, and trt greatly ea teem cd.
Yours, ko., OAGE A WAIT?.
Arrtngemtalt ara now oom ploted to supply any da?
naxd for tail article, which tua net heretofore Mea
Th* public may rest assured Oatt tn cocas* wilt tba
perfectly pur? lUndard ol the FLatRAkTOK II ms aa bo
Upirtad from. Jracry betti* ?ear? cu fto-timiu of our
r^rnanira nmWJ plat* mt)t*vt*4J, tr fl ttmntt **#*?>
? ny Barten DrUerMxf U til tlhWTLTltM BrrrxsJ in
'Mik tr i* th* taB?*, it a twittdier tmd iaMiltr. Brat ara
if rtjiaek bottUtTit* ikmt ??r fWaais ?astp ? UWxn>
^eJ^y^DTv?nrttl, Orooer* tad Pealar J throng hool
the country- . .'.
P. BL DRAKE 4 GO*, New Yorfc
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