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CUmraON DAILY NEWS,
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CATHCART, MoMlLLAN it MOUTON,
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TUESDAY MOHNINO, JULY 9. 18C7.
THE MUSIC OP NATIUIB.
Wi i ru wo arr out upon lUo li 111?.
"Tl* sweet to Bat to rural munni ? ;
A mingled nelso of purling rill.,
Of lowing arno and bayinu hoiiuds;
Anti n nny a small bird's mingled song
Arises from Uio vale below ;
Uuloas nc reliance Ibo wind ls wrong.
And from our cars tho sound should blow.
Wo noto tho crowing of tho cock, .
We note the stovd's fsr distant neigh,
We boar ibo bleating of tho flock.
And donkey oftor doukoy bray.
All those sro common notes, 'tis true.
Which humblo instruments prouueo.
Yet aro they sweet to luton lo ;
And there's tho cackle of tho goose.
Tbs duck, too, louds bor tuneful quack,
To swell tho music of thc v?lo ;
Tlie mill supplios Its ceaseless clack.
And songs that smack of too much ale.
All Hume arti mimd* remembered ?ell,
And oo'r the momory oR thoy ring :
On such tho poet lores to dwell.
When ho luvokcs tho muso to sing.
But ob I there ls ono simple sound,
Amid tborustio symphony.
Th et never yet I ia th poet fouud,
Most sweet, most striking though it bo.
It bi a pleasing cry of pain.
First loud and strong, then soft and weak.
Which laiiAuago to describe ts valu
Tbs dying pig's perpetual squeak.
LIVERPOOL-Per British bork Fille de 1'Alr-1 cask
Mdse, to O W Ale?ar; 8 crab's snd 1 bhd Earthen?
ware, lo Order; 9 packages Effect*, to Order; UM tons
Coal, to Order; COO peckagoa Effects, to Oil.nen At Co;
100 hill? Bottled Boor, to Order; 100 bbls BotUcd
Malt Liquor, to lt Mure ft Co; 1931 buudlcs Hoop
Iron, to W Roach; COO bundles noop Iron, to Order:
1 case Guns and 1 cask Hardware,to J k T R Agnew;
70 toes Coal, to Order; 60 tons Arrow Tie Cotton
Bands, to Order; 1 caso Writing Paper, to Oounltn,
Malibu?? ci ii k Co; i casos Mdse, to O A Boptcy ft
Co; 4 casks Hardware, to Adams, Frost k Co; 1016
Iron Pols. 949 Camp Ovens, 70 biscuit livens, ISO j
Covers, 3tO Spider?, io Uart ft Co; 110 Pols, 676
camp Ovens snd Co vera, 100 Spiders, 0 chimney
Backs, to Order.
HAVANA-Per sehr Maggie E Orar-511,320 foot Pilcb
Pino Lumber, 25 bbls Spirits Turpentine, 20 bbls
OFFIOK OF TUE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, I
OHABi-rsTOif, Monday Evening, July 8, 1867. I
There was bnt one purchaser opcraUng, whoso trans?
actions were restricted to lbs grade of Mldriling?, ou tb*
bc us of 25c. V lb. for that quality. Sades 64 bala?. Bay 7
at 2t>;, 47 at 26c. No sales of lower qualities.
MOBILE, July 3.-Corrow.-Thc demand has boon
fair to-day amongst lb ros buyers. Ibo factors showing
moro disposition to mool their views, comparatively lib?
eral sales have been made-say 600 bsles. Brokers report
ibo market easier and lower, quoting Low Middlings
21,S?-"i.-. Liverpool accounts continuo of an unlavorr'ilo
character, and while no chango la given lu qnotationa for
Upland? (lo;,d), Orleans aro quoted \,d down from yes?
MOKCTAiir awn FINANCIai--Gold opened this morn?
ing at 138, but under Nsw York advices sad tbs genoral
uncertainty attending the movements of Congress, bold?
er? advanced their Ideas, and would not sell st tho cloao
fetor Ung remains about the same-say 147sl49 for sixty
day commercial bills, and 149 for sight.
Wo continue to qnoto New York sight checking by
banks hi premium, and par by bankers. Outside bills
discount; thirty days sight IX discount; sixty dsys do
New Orlraiuk sight par checklog, and H discount buy?
New Orleans Market.
HEW ORLEANS, July 3.-Corros.-W? have again to
report a dull and Inactivo market. The failure ol ibo
Liverpool advices, coupled wi lb the discouraging turn of
the New York dispatches, to which may bo superaoded
tbs prevalence of rather unfavorable wustbor, materially
contributed to depress the movement Tho offering sup?
ply w sa light, and generally of an undesirable character,
and as factor? wore unwilling to sell unless st figures
largely In advance of tb? umita of buyers, the Isttar
evinced renewed reluctance to operate, preferring to
postpono the execution of their onion and await tbo re?
ceipt of later Intelligence. Under theso circumstanc- s
th* sales were res trie tod. aggregating al tbo cloao barely
B60 bales, taken by five brokers, at irregular; li ut easier
prices, tba market closing st our quotations, with a ten?
dance/ evidently downward.
Ital srring to the abo va remarks, we repeat nominally
aa follow* : Ordinary lB*20o. Hood Ordinary 22a22)?r.
Low Middling 23J4a24c, and Middling 25>ia26c Tue
scarcity of I he uighur descriptions of tho staple prevented
several buyers from operating :
HT i rr MP. WT OF OOTTON.
Stock on hand September 1st, 1866.bales-102,082
Received tonia)................... . .... 916
Additional bales made from wrecked, loose
and damaged Cotton, pickings, samples,
Cleared to-day. 903
Stock on band and on shipboard. 66,111
? Galveston Cotton Statement,
GALVESTON, jane 29 -
ThU Year. 1865-66.
Stock on band Isl Sept, 1666. 7,689 13,867
Beosived at this port tbU Week. 1,194 746
Baeslvod st ibis port previously. 168,135 144.602
Uaosired st ethsr ports. 19,133 21,802
Total.,. 180,691 181,206
Exported to- Batu. Batu.
Great Britain.68,303 68,606
OtherContinental port*.... 7,198 3,014
New Ork au.20,676 43,282
Baltimore. 200 ...
New York.64,823 68,036
- 169.684 173,691
On hand and ahlpbo'd not cleared.. 10,907 1,476
Kaw Y orb. Mas-bet.
MONBI xi AUK KT.
The New York Oes? ?wrciol Advtrtittr. of Ral unlay,
Jnly eta, saysi
Tbs banks sro doing very little In ibo way of discounts,
thure being an unusually small amount of papar offering;
and Ute amount axxilabls on demand luaus U conse?
quent) > in excess ol tbs wanU of toe street
There is s ci rtaln amount of 0 per ecu! liw l,n,,l">'
lng. but now_t??"tft-i/rrtiatUu at cv??7j? par rent with
raro exceptions st 6 percent A report U current of the
falluT of a dry goods jobbing firm of some Importance.
?'IIODU?B ll AH K HT.
NEW YORK, Joly 6-2 P. M_KIO tm, ftc-Tba Flour
.market favors tho buyer, but price j are without decided
change, and lhere U rather moro doing.
The sales aro 8600 bbls at 66 60aS for superfine sUle;
68 25*0 60 for extra ?late; 89 70*10 60 for choice abate ;
(6 60*8 for superfino western; 68 20*9 66 for common to
medium extia western; 810*1106 for choice western;
69 70*10 75 for common to good shipfsng brands extra
round hoop Ohio; and (10 80al2 26 for trade h randa,
tb* market closing steady,
ooutbern Floor is quiet. Bsles 200 bbls. st 69 25*11 for
common, and 611 10*16 for fancy and extra.
California Flour U more active. Bales 1900 bbU and
sacks at ?10 76*14.
B, e Floor U more activa. Sales COO bbls st ?6 25a8 r6.
Oom Meal la ?budy. Sales 3o0 bbU City al (6 60. snd
126 bbls Fairfax at ?6 00
O BAIN-The Wheat market opened dull and closed a
shad* armor, with rather more dulng. bales 91.000 bush?
els *t?2 fur ho2 Chicago; ?2 35*186for White California;
?8 20 for new Amber Guurgia; and No 9 Milwaukee ou
Hy o U Armer. Bale* 700 bushel* Western st ?1 36.
Tue Corn market ls l*2c lower tor un to und, snd a
shade firmer for sound, which U scarce, closing heavy for
sdi kinda. Sales 116,000 bulbul* st ?1 ut Kal un for nsw
Mixed Western; ?109*1 lo for Choleo do.; and Bacall
Oat* are I a2c. better and moro active Sale* 94 000
bushels, st 72c fur Unsound Western ; 74*76o for Hound
Western; 86>?t86o for BUte, lu store; Malo for Onto
afloat, and 7Gason for Canada.
P.i ex-Is quiet, wi lb small sale* since our last at 12a
HKt lor Carolina; 9yi*9X? tor Rangoon, and 2',aie
gold, for do in bond.
Coma-I? quiet, bot firm. Balee since our last 4000
bag* Rio, *t 10J?C, gold. In bond.
tJuoan-Tho market U shady but quiet Bales slnco
our last 600 bbds, st ll L'?12 nc for Cuba; ll ValSJac for
Porto Rico, and 11', o for Eng bib Island.
MOLASSES-Is heavy ?nd very quiet Salo* ilnoe oar
last 600 hhds Trinidad on terms not made public
Ital-Is quiol st 90a95c for shipplug, iud (1 25*1 60 for
Onv-Linseed is quiet at ?1 37*1 40.
Psuvrsiows-Tho Pork market ls Armer snd moro ac?
tive. Sales 0J0O bbls at ?21 60*21 Od for new Meas, dos?
ing st ?21 76, ejah ; ?20 76 for old Mess; ?18 611*18 76 for
Prim*, and ?11*21 25 tor Prime Mesa; also 260 bbU New
Meas seller August st 219i.
ThsBoefmsxketisllrm. Sale* 160 bbU at ?18*21 for
uaw Plain Mess, end ?23*28 for nsw Extra Mess
Beef Hams are qnlet at ?38*39 60.
Ont Meats are steady. Bale* SOO pkg* at 8V*9Ko tor
Baotilders, and 12*l9>,c for Huna "-???O?0 sw
Bacon I* firm hut quiet. Bsles 225 boxes at lOUo for
Cam beru mU:iiU HJio for Lung Bibbed, and license
lard ts heavy and droopttuj. Sates 760 bbU at livia
lintier ta dall lt 10*21* for Ohio, ind 12i26o for auto
Obsess U heavy at 7?uKo.
Wmaxsr-Is steady. Sales 400 bbU Western, In bond,
Corroa-Tho markst la steady bnt quiet Salo* BOO
bale* at 26*26>ic for Middling Uplands.
Mesara CornwaU A Zexegs, In their Weekly Circular,
thoa qooU tbs market i
Our market for tbs w*ek ba* been Inactivo, and tbs lew
glade* of cotton have mied heavy al Irregular price*
while Middlings and abor? ar* soaroe on the market and
bars baan steady at quotation ?,
There. U ? fair aupply cf irregul?r loU of Cotton offer?
ing on tho market but the u aro and U rory light and
hold ?ra do not at praasnt tempt buyers by offering nuder
tmotailuos. The aaie* ar* entirely to exporter? and
? elanor*. There U no disposition to s poem* ta la Cotton.
The ?port* lor tho woek ar* 6698 bsles. The angus,
manu lor nail week 4672 bala*. FreighU by?U*mM6d
to Hd-by ?ail 8 164, Th* receipts at tlx*ports for week
eliding inly 6, show about 9000 bale*.
^The roporU of lb* growing Cotton crop continue favor
We ha? ? IhU week again taken an account of itu ?took
of Cotton at thu port, and find the stock to be aa follows:
Od shipboard not cleared.2,972
I neniara.-To Liverpool SOO Lula, noilint 1?. Cd. por
310 .b?.: MeSMhttsk. Cuni, 40.: TOO balosCotlou al 3-11*1.
..id., and per steamer Ifl.iOJ bush Corn st CU.: foi? bal.?
Coltuu Sd.; ?0U0 twinl'liRio al 30v., auU 'JAW Icu.
I .ard V0?.
To Loudon-700 bbls. Roaln at 2a.
To ll rem ou. per sics nier. 100 bbl*. Bboo reg? at 2a.;
lo ol. li il?. Tobscoo at 'JUss'J.s.
To Antwerp, per steamer, 100 bilda Tobacco at 32a Gd
1000 pigs. Lard on private terms. and WW bbl?. Unwin on
A bark to Ureinoo. willi Tob-icco on pr?valo terms.
Manchester (Kiig.) Market.
MANCH EST Ell, Juno IB.-Last wetk being a holiday
week, willi ninny buyers abs- nt, sud 1 ?Uncus generally
interrupted, producers, who weio on Hie whulo well rn
gaged, wera reluctant to take Ibo pr?tes offering, sud
gonorally raised their qiiulvtlous. On tb? resumption of
bunlursn lo-dny, the roost sanguino oipectatiocs hnvouol
been fulQllcd, and only a mod?ralo b'jrtiiena has beou
done, while only In excejiUonal esses bistny advanro In
price been obtainable. T ho market, hotrsver. continues
to bo animated by s feeling ol coiilhiencr-, i -n r tl eu or ly on
tho part of producers, who evince a dlspoilUoti to raise
their quotations, an ibey sro still well engaged and feel
thal ai present prices there exists a deusnd sufficient lo
take off the prod ti dion. Any upward morcmonl, however.
ls i lu eked by counU-racllug circumstances, aa liolwllh
standlug the present hue weather, ?Uh lncn-sslngly favor?
able harvest prospects, and Ute extraordinary accumula?
tion of unemployed caudal, the shlpuicuta to Ibo Ens!
.ru on s very Iorgo seale, sulllelvut to induce esution ou
tho part of merchants, while Ibo shipments of last India
cutten to Ulis count y cm ii nu e very beary, mid completo
uncertainly ells IM as lo tho yield of Ibu pus Ul ern win;;
?rupin the United Slates. While Ibero Hs possibility or
ft lsrgo supply of c. Ilou lor uexl year, lt la udisltU-d on
?ll bauds that present | eh es sro high enough. Whlln,
therefore, u ..ood shady business ls geing on, and tho
denian i is nulllclciil lo tempt soltera oneitlonslly tu put
up prices, on (ho oilier baud Ibo pi eduction is targe, und
a very ntiort nuspcmlun Irem bil) lng bring* out Hellem.
Tho choice of good stapled coltuu is becoming more cou
tran cd, which given great stat Illly lo tho price of yarn
npun from the better quahlee* of Aiuorleau and Egyptian
colton; bul ibero ls su abumlaut supply of East Iudlsn
st caster rates, and s| lulu rs sro moro rspablo of using
ll than they wera s low years since.
Tho demand for export ynrnn to-day hm not hoon brisk,
.nd generally buyers linvo bocu obie lo Un quite as well
as Uley could have dune during (ha few hours devoted tu
business ou each of tho later days ol lost seek. Th Oer
usn buyers continuo lo do a uioduraUi tiuslucss, ?lil; h.
with tho pi o vlous ougogcuients or splunera, ls aiifUclcut i
to keep prices steady. Tho 1 minnies for noublt-d yarra
have scarcely been nu numerous as ll.cy worn n week
since, atld no bettor prices hsvu been got to-day tbnu
wera offered mid refused lost week. Lu? numbera, t's
to 12's, rem stn pretty steady, ol thou nb here and ibero s
nil-.tilly easier feeling Ul ynrnn npun from Surat colton
hos been pen entibie; lfi'n to it's wttcr twist remain?
very steady, and a ruudurato busluess uss been doun In
them nt full rates. India mule yaru bas neon rather dull
of sate, sud tho prices which bsve been a ked fur tho last
few days havo not been ob ubi able.
For home trade yarns tho di maud continues mod?rralo.
Busluess wss checked in Uto morning by spltinurs ask?
ing higher prices, but wbero thoy havo bcon satisfied
with tbs prices of lost Tuesday some ute? have been
matte in numbers from 32's up tu Mi's twill; GO'* and up
wards havo boen gradually kardoulug. bal uot much bu
Massa us* benn rvpuriud to-day. I hrosik- warps remain
very steady, and for 2i)'s sud 2B>, 30'a and 32's, spinners
appear lo be engaged at least until Ibe incl ol Ibis mimili.
I bo cloth market bsa been Inanimate, Uiu uuly anlclu
In unyUllin: Uko request being good 8'; lb. shirtings,
which could readily bu sold at last wick's rates; bul pro?
ducers havo raised their prices, FriuUnc. cloth remains
rather quiet, alUiougli steady, mid Ibero ls no change in 1
(bo price uf T cloths and lunge lol tm, sellera bciug willing
(o go on at old prices. Tho country ti ale houses havo
uot yet eolcred tho market freely.
< oualglirea par Mimili lillnllna lt ii ll? tiiiil ,
36 bales Cotton. 13 bales Mdzc. 117 bigs Wheat, 7 Mids
Lacou, 30 casks Clay, 7 bbls Spirits Turpcutlno, 3 cars
Old Iron and Sundries. To W F Hall, Il lt Agent, Jef?
fords A Co, E H Hodgers ft Co, J WI oj, Kansp.ui r. Lan
?wau A Co. L C Cordroy, Lieut Neldo, W Ituacb, Willis A
Chlsolm. O W Wutc, JUE Moan, FogsrUo ft Stillman.
Mowry A Co. Ooodricli, Wlncman ft Co, uibbes A Co, F
A Sawyer, Mrs Snowdon, Street Uros A Co, Cnanerou,
Tarkloy A- Co.______
For steamer Faunie, from Savannah vis Deanfort, Hil
I lon Head, Ac-W J Scott, Mrs F C Hilbert, Miss Katu
Jones, K UcsQucklo, Capt M J Orowliah, K Drown, and t
CORItF.UTEO WEE ? LT.
rnaSES or TUE MOOS.
Now M. 1st. tb. 28m. even I FuU M. IOU) .?b. 3Cin. even
rirstg. Sib, Ob. lim. even | Lost (?.2l(b.lUh.lCin.inoru
Now Moon, 301b, Uh. 43m., tren.
f> . i
POIIT OP <: ll A lt I. li ST?? .ii .
Behr Ida Della, Weeks, Dosten, 13 dsys. leo and Mdse.
I To P F Locke, O ALocko A Co, A Cogo k Co, D U Bilcox.
H White, B lt Marshall. J E Auger k Co, lt It Agent, A
barrett. Dodge k Smith, O W Clark _ Co, J Fagan. O W
Williams A Co, W Hooch, J C Duxkiuoycr, J II ur Lamp k
Co, D Paul k Co. J F Taylor. M Orlmko, Chlsolm li run, p
li Kegler, Kline-, Wickcuberg k Co, and ethers.
Steamer Fannie, Pock. Havan uah, vis Hilton Head.
Uoaufort. Ac Mdzc. To J Ferguson, Col Lowe, O
Litscbgi, P Mcltxter.
Spanish bark Esp-ranzs, Ping, Havant, 7 days. Bal
I lasL To W P Hall.
Spanish po lacro - oil dod, Fablcgu, Utvaua, 7 days,
llallasL. To WP Hall.
I Behr Msggle E Orsy, Pillsbury, Havana- Donafant ft
Vp for this Port.
Behr Myrcvcr, Hoghes, at Now York, July C
Mexu ora rada.
Tho sehr Trident, Jameson, from Camden, Mo. for
j this port, arrived at Rockland, Me, June 90, and sailed
I Joly 3.
LIST OP VE69KLS
DP. OLEARES AND HAILED FOR THIS TORT.
\ Ship R O Winthrop, Stuart, sailed.Jnne S
The Try pb eu ia. Harding, soiled.May 25
! Bblp Annie Kimball, Lincoln, sailed.Hay 21
[ The Johannes. Rutar, sollod.May IS
no sro M.
Brig Meteor, Anderson, cleared.?... .June 28
Behr Calista, Jones, up.Juue 21
Bohr Welcome R Ucebe, Crawford, up.Judy 1
[ Steamship Pstvpaco. Ned, np.June 20
Bork Hannibal. Hawkins, cleared.Juno 30
Behr Jonas Smith, Nichols, cleared.Juno 18
Sehr Amertcua, Moss, np.June IB
Behr O Pendleton, Wood, doored.Juno 30
Behr Myro ver, Hughes, np.July 6
Steamship Alliance, Kelly, sailed.Jnne 21
Behr D F Keeling (new). Oranger, cleared.July 3
Sehr M-.onhgbt, Stutes, cleared.Julio 21
OLD BIP VAN WINKLE OIN,
GOLD MED Ali 8Hj_R?Y,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOBOSTEAD RYE.
IN ADDITION TO ORR BUSINESS OP BELLINA
WINES, ole, in original packages, and In order to
1 asuro to consumers Pnrs Liquors In . eura poet and con?
venient form, we co mm en tied tbs enterprise of bottling
and packing in coses nar well known Wines, Brandies,
Whiskies, fte., and hava tani thom nut In a style that
would procludo lbs possibility of their being Utapered
with boforo roaching lb? porchtssr. The geucrnl appro
cloUon and graUrying success that baa rewarded our
efforts liss encouraged un to maintain Uio standard os re?
gards quality, tlao to maka tacrsatod efforts to retain tho
confidence and patronage which has boen so h bc roily be?
stowed upon us. Dru 1N0ER t CO.,
[Established 1778.] Importers ol Win os, fte..
No. 16 Heaver street. New York.
Th s sbovo popular goods aro pvt up tn coses contain?
ing one dozen bottles coen, and are sold by all prominent
Druggists, Grocers, ftc.
Opinions of the Press.
Tb? nome of Blninger ft Co., Ko. 16 Beaver stroe'.. ls .
guarantee of Ibo exact and Utera! Uuth of whatever they
represent.-AT. y. am. Advtrtiier.
Tb? importing house of Ulaingor ft Co., Ho. 16 Bes vor
street, ls conducted upon principles of integrity, fairness
and tho highest honor. -rv. Y. j_on.i v> AU; rm.
GOODRICH, WI NEMAN Si CO..
J 163 MEETING HTIUiET,
Opposite Char lei to ri Hot
DOW IE & MOISE,
?Ut: i KS ?OHS TO KINO sb CAS8-OE.V,
Na 161 MJ_J2TTN0 STREET,
Wholesols Agonts, Calarie*ton, 0. tX
TO TAX PA Y KUM i
rpHE FOLLOWINO OED IN ANCE IS PUBLISHED
i JL tor tb? infonnaUon of oU persona con tamed!
1 AK oaDisaxttra TO IUUD aa oanmaxe-i ro RAIIX sur
njcs ron -rna nus 1867, isa ros ontu cvurosxs.
I. Be lt ordsioad by the Mayor and Aldsrmon ba. city
Council or *e m bled, Thot oil taxes parable ender the Or
dinoa oe to raise supplies for lb? year 1U7, and for other
purposes, be pal?! on or belora tbs 29th dsy of Jun? next:
and that persons who shoU maka default of payment of
their taxes on that doy, shall pay, in aoVUuon to tbs
amount of their taxes, on* and a half per ceztt. por
month until lbs Slit doy of July, whan, il aol paid, an
.mount of two perl cont per month upon the omtrant
of taxes shall bs poid) sod ollar tb? 31st diy of August
three per uent, per monlh oa tb? amount of taxes du?
shall be paid until payment of the whola amount ls mada.
IL That all persons who noglsct or foil lo pay their
monthly taxe* on or before tb? bfteoolb Jay of ssveh
month, sholl respectively pay on lb? -moan ts I hereof,
two per cent per mouth from such flfieonln, day, until
payment ta rxjule.
Hotiflod la City OouncU tins ?ev en lb dav of Moy, tn
the y sar of oar Lord one Iboosond ebjhl hundred ? ml
ai; ty-ac Toa.
lu a) P. a GAILLARD, Mayor.
W. H. B-trrn, Clark of touroaU. ama May jj
Tho Greenvlllo Mountaineer
18 rixm.lflIIEI> KYKRY THUBADAY, AT tl 60 PER
year. In advance. Advert)somsata inserted at usual
rates. O. E. ELFORD.
May JO Editor and ?ropriotor
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
rruiK wATEn OFTnia srniNG ia IIKLIEVED TO
JL bo unoi|ua]lod by that ot ?ny oilier lu tho far-lamed
valley of Saratoga It? vlrtuua ?TO auch turo srcurrd
ll tho liIgli oncoiuluma o? ?ll who brno used 11, possess?
ing, ?a lt ilooti, lu au cnilneul degree, cnlhtrUo, Jlurelu .
alli'rttlvu ?nd tonio iiuaUllce.
ITOUJ HA M UKI j UKNllY DICKSON, M. I)., Professor
Practico of Pbyelr, Jolfvrsau Mt?'!'?1 Collego, Chi IV
dclplila, formerly of Charleston ,S. C.
FIIII-AUELI'HIA, Novcmbc. lo, 180.1.
I bsvo boon for a year or moro iiaat In tho bsbll ol
t.i ainu tho water of tho "Excoltlor" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during tho itroat portion of my Invalid lite
lo UKI' thodlfforcut water? of tho several rou ulalu* which
boll uti along that romorkablo valley, dcpoudciit, ludced,
U)H>ii thrill lor luili'h of Ibo comfort I enjoy, I am aativ
iii-iI thal lliu Excelsior Waler l?a? well adapted a? any
oilier among thom, il not um ru tu, lo Ibo pur)***T lor
which Iboy aro iienrrnlly culpin) cd. Il I? very agn-cnble,
? trungly impregnated with Ibu carbonic acid, lively and
sparkling. * * * I can heartily and couscteutloualy
rvcoiiimuiiil lt tn all who uuvil a gent?o ratbarUc sud
dlun-Uc. KAUUU. UENltV DICKSON. M. II.
Tho Waler I? put up In Pl ut ami Quart boltlea, and
pocked In good oidor for ?lilppuig, 1'iuU lu boin- ul
lour Oe ?cu each, aud Quart* lu boxea of two dozen each
?Ol.ti AT W1IOLE8A1.G or
COODRICU, WMH1N & CO.,
I ni'iorti'ivs ?uni \\holesiilo Druggists,
No. 103 BIRETINU HTIIKF.T,
OPPOSITE I lIAltl.l-M ION IIOTKI..
DOWIE Si MOISI:.
No. 151 MEETING STIlEET,
Opposite Charleston Hold.
And fur salo by first class Druggists sad llotols.
January l'i _Ciao
Or Female Regulator,
Cute Suppretted, Ktectttlt* and
J'ttin/nl ?trnttrtmtion, Oreen
Stcknt**, Xerrout and ?ivinai Af
fiction*, /'nins in tn? Bael; .Sick
lleadtu-ht, Uiddint**, and all dil.
caies thal spring fruir Irrtaulerlty,
by remuville; thc cause ?nd ull the
cuYcIs thal nrlso ftnm lt. They
aio pt if. eily sale In sll rases, es
cejii trhen forbidden by dirie
. Hon*, sud arj easy tn ndinlnlster,
ss they are nicely sumir coated.
They should be In Ibo bauds of
uv cry Muelen, Wife, and Mother
lu the lund.
I-niles can address ns la porfeet
confidence, and stato their com?
plaint.. In full, as we trcst sll Fvmalo Complaints,
and preparo Medicines rulla!.In for all illsraaea to
which nev mo subject.-Thirty-two pago pamphlet.
In s m niel en velo i ie, free.
Tho Cherokee Fills ?ru sold by sll druggists at $1
per box, ur six boxes fur fi; or they nra sent by
mall, free of postage. In an ordinary letter, free
from obaervatliin, by nildrsaalng tho auto proprietor,
Dr. W. H. MURWIN, 37 Walker St, N. Y.
N. H.-Cherokee rills No. 2 sro prepared-Ins
iptcittl ens?, when .ital" puoisgo, on receipt of ta,
are tent tiy earcA bow.
Or, Essence of EAfe,
9m??A^W'"'(?f Cures Otntral Debility. Weat
i^OL^Si >^?kr '.- ns??, t/uttertc* in rental**.
h~-'ii?YW*)Ki.r- Palpitation <\fthe Illari ,uul
*~~~*^B$ttf& ~ "" 'V'rr"."* ,H"n"^ " ,e"
'-^IttycStFe^" accd, causing tho but blood of
.At Ult rhenix rite* yuulli lo courte tho veins, res
?S" ??3 ?^"g tke Organ* of Venera
t'A. ara ??St???^HW.2?
thir Elixir rejuven- Pebilttu restoring Hanlin***
ate Int tyrie tn and and full rigor, thus proving a
overcome dircate- perfect "JTf/erfr of /.wes," re?
moving Sterility and llarrenneaa In both sexta To
tho young, mhlilh'-nceil. and seed. Ibero tann crestsr
boon than this .. Elixir nf Life." It givras new
leaae of life, causing the weak and debilitated to
have renewed strength and vigor, and tbs entire
system to thrill with joy and pleasure.
Price, ono bottle ?2 ; three bottlst 15 ; sent by
express to any address.
Our medicines nre snld sad recommended by sll
respectable druggists In every part of the civilized
globe; Kimo unprincipled deslera, however, try to
deceive their customers by selling cbcsp and worth?
less compounds In order to make money. Bo net
deceived-ask fur these medicines anil Uko no
others. If lbs druggist does not keep them, wrilo
to us, and we will sund tbem by expresa, carefully
packed, free from observation. Wo will be pleased
to reclia letters with full statements In regard lo
any disease with which ladles or gentlemon sra
. mined Address sll letters fur medicines, pamph?
lets, or advice, to the sole proprietor, _ aa
Dr W. F.. HEB.Win, 37 Walker BL, H. Tr
Mty 88_wfm li'
Ml ll I TC TU S Al 1.1 ) US UK I M M I ti lt WIS.
HOTEL OB BOABDD?O-HOU9E KEEPERS.
OFFICE i: 1,1.UK UK COUNCIL, >
March 13.1801. j
IN ACCORDANCE WITH TILE FOLLOWING ACT OF
Ibo Legislature, passed the 30th day of December,
1800, all persons concerned aro hereby notified lo call st
this Olllco and toko out tho required Ucouaa Immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
AK ACT ron TUE nu i tn raoTxcnoN or BXAIIKK AND
I M M i ? lia NTH IS TUX roar AMD Hannon or cu.ut mu.
L Br ti enacted, by the Senate and Boure cf Representa?
tive*, rune met and rt//mp <>? Ornerai Atrembly, and by Ut*
authority vf the tame. Thal lt sksll~not bo lawful for any
person, except a pilot ar public officer, to board or at?
tempt to board s vessel arriving in tho port or harbor of
Charleston, befuro such vessel shall havo bcou made nutt
to tho wharf, without Ont obtaining 1 eave from tho mas?
ter or person having charge of such vessel, or from her
owner or agents.
li. It shall not be lawful for any owner, agent, m xs tor,
or other person having char go of any vessel arriving or
being lu tho port of Cnarleaton, lo permit or authorize
any sailors, bolcl or boarding house kccjier, not lice used
as hereinafter provided, or any agent, mun or or em
Eloyoe ot soy sailor's or Immigrant s hotel or boarding
ouse, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
in, or lying, or i olng in tho harbor or port ol Charleston,
beloro auch vessel s ball bave been mado fast to Ibo wharf,
or anchored, with intent to Invite, ask or solicit tbs
Ixl arding of any of the crew employed on such vessel.
f i lt shall not bo lawful tor any sailor's or tmnil
grsnt's hotel or boarding house keeper, ur tho employ eu
of eily sailor's or Im migrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded any vessel inadofkat to any wharf
in die port ol Chsrleston, to neglect or refuse to leave
said vessel, siter having boen ordered so to do by the
master or person having chargo of such resseL
IV. It anal! not bo lawful for any person to koop, con?
duct or carry on, cither as osmer, proprietor, agent or
o th or wi ac, ?ny sailor's or Immigrant's boarding house,
or sailor's or immigrant's betel, in the city ol Charleston,
without having a license from tho City Council thereof,
V. it ?linn not bo lawful lor any person, notbaving the
license io thia Act provided, or not being tho regular
agent, runner or employee or s person having such ll*
canse, to Invito, ask or solicit in the city or harbor of
cb arie? tun. tim boarding or lodging of any of the crow
employed on auy vessel, or ol any Immigrant arriving in
the said city of Charleston.
VL Tbs City Council shall tak6 tbs application of any
person applying for a lice nao lo keep a sailor?' or Immi?
grant's boarding bouse, or sailor's or Immigrant's boteL
In tho city ot charleston, and upon aallalactory evidence
to them of tho respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, ami ni ihn suitableness of bis sccommotialioiis,
aiuul Issue to him a ll cense, which shall Le good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Connell, to
koop s sailor's or Immigrant's tnmolng bouse in the oily
-V*; _ " ""** ??d solicit board ors for the
VIL Tho City Conned maj, ?mr.,"_
of tho oUsordurly cnaruclcx of any sailors' or immigrants'
hoted or boarding house, licensed ss herein beiure pro?
vided, or ef Ibo keeper or proprietor of say such house,
or of any force, fraud, dec ult or misrepresentation, In in?
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for snell bouse,
on the part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of his
agenta, runners, or employees, or of any altompt to per?
suado or on tl ce any of tho crew to desert from any vessel
In the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper or proprie?
tor, or any of his agents, runners or employ nus, revoke
tho license for keeping such house
VIII. Every ponton receiving the license hereinbefore
provided tor ahail pay to tbs city Council afuresaid tho
sum of twouty dollars.
IX. Tho said City Connell abell furnish to each sailor's
or limul grant's hotel or boarding house keeper, U cen ted
by them ss aforesaid, one or moro badges or shields, on
which shall be pru nod. or engraved the name of such
hotel or boarding bouse keeper, sud tbs number and
street of his ho'elor boarding luman; and which said
badges or ah!olds shall bo surrendered to said City Coun?
cil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
llecnao granted by them, as herein provided.
X. Every tailor's or Immigrant's hotel or boarding,
binnie keeper, sud ove ry agent, runner or rmployeo of
such hotel or boardlng-bouso keeper, when boarding any
vessel lu Ibo harbor of Charleston, or when inviting or
soliciting tho boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
or person employed ou any vessel, or of auy immigrant,
shall wear, eonspicuoualy displayed. Ibo shield or badge
re fr rr od to in tho lureguliig section.
XL lt shall not be law lu! for any person, except those
named in tho preceding section, to Lave, wear, exhibit or
display any such shield or badge lo any of the crew em
p key od on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving in
the city of Charleston, with tho intent lo Invite, ?ak or
?elicit tho boa riling or lodging of such Immigrant or el
any of the crow employed os any vessel being in thc
harbor of Charleston.
XII. Whoever sbsU offend against any or either of the
provisions contained in soctlon 1, 3,3,4, E, 10 sud ll, in
this Act, shall bo itcemed guilty ol a nruduneanor, and
shall, upon conviction Uiereof, be punished by Imprison,
mont for a term not exceeding ono year, and not less
than thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and fifty dollars, and not less than ono hundred dollars,
or by both snob fine and imprisonment.
XIII. The word "vessel,*'as used In this Act, shall bl
elude vessels propelled by steam.
In the Banale House, the twentieth day of Doccmbt r, lo
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
sixty-sax. \v. O. POSTER,
Presideni of the Sonata.
? CHAS. H. 8TMONTON,
Speaker Uouee of Representative*.
Approved December 20, 1860 :
JAMES L. Ona, Governor.
March lt_ _
Omore Cmix or COOK OTT, I
May 1887. I
The following 8 action of " An Ord baan ce to abolish the
office of Superintendent of Streets ; to provide for Hoop?
ing the UtrooU, Lanes, Alloys, and open Courts In tho
Oily of elis rles lou Clean, and for oilier purpose?,'' ls
hereby published for tho Information of ail concerned i
F?rths due protection of the said contractor or con?
tractors, U it further ordained, . lost every owner, lessee,
occupant and tenant of any premises frontiug In any
street, lane, alloy, or open court, ainu] on every day
(Mundays excepted] have the dirt, filth, garbage, or other
olin, pLaced in front of his or her Int, In a barrel, box or
heap, and in reediness for tbs contractor, by tho hour of
seven o'clock, A. M., from the Hist day of Kay to the
first dar of November In every year i and by tbs hour of
nine o clock, A. M., frc m the first day of November to
the fl rat day of May following. And any person offend?
ing herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, cr other
offal, in any street, Lane, or alley, or opon court, after tba
honra above namul, sh>B be subject to a fine not less
than two nor more than five dollars, for etch and every
offence, to be Imposed by tbs Mayor.
Dy order W. H. SMITH,
May 15 Clerk of Ccmncil
THE SUMTER NEWS,
DARB A OSTERN, Proprietors.
PU I! LIKU ED EVERY THURSDAY, ATBIMTEB. H. a
Subscript!tm K OO per annum. To Clubs of tova
88.00 per annum.
adTertisomsnU Inserted on h bert 1 tenas,
DRUGS, CHEM! AIS, ETC.
OLD ISTABLISHKU DRUU S^tlRK
E. IL KELLERS & CO., \
(LATE. I'l II \ Ai UOIl.V)
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DRUGGISTS,
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market"
HAVK LATELY RECEIVED LAIIOK ADDITIONS IO
Hu ir usual sr. vt ul puro omi fro-di
EUROPEAN ANO AMEKICAN FANCY OOODS
Comprising Invoices (rom llio most ropuUblo manu?
facturers. On lioml, all lim principal
IttctuillMK PrcparaTom) of A YElt. J AYN II, RALL. CHEV?
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, atc. Also, a
Urge assortment ol
METAL AND OUTTA FERCHA OOODS
GLASSWARE OK EVF.IIY DESCRIPTION.
Groot ?ttonUou ts paid to tim Importation and outse?
ll on of
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and nono oilier aro allowed to (?o out of Ula Establish
with ncc ti racy, ii ml tho public CHU
depend on thc utmost roliahilily in
tho execution of orders.
E, II. KELLERS, M.D.Il LIA EUI. Il
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIUNED
(or Ike uso of Um
Medical rrofession nnd the Family,
ts now endorsed by all tho prnm!na-it Physicians, Chem?
ists snd Connoisseurs, as possessing oil Umso intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tunic and dlurutlcl which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
Wo trust that our established rcputaUnn founded
upon clgbty-cluht years of experience-abundantly vin?
dicates our claims to public confidence, snd guaran?
tees Um excellence of this Standard ArUcle.
Put up In cases containing one dozen bottles cae li and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocer*, Ac
A. M. BIN I NO EH A CO,
[EsUbUshed 1778. Sole Importers
Mo. IS Beaver street, New Yot
Opinions of tlx Press.
Tba fllnlnners. No. 15 Beaver street, hove a very high
rcputoUoo to sustain, ss the oldest and best house In
New York.-Home Journal.
lim house of A. M. i'lnlugcr A Co., No. 16 Beaver
street, liss sustained, for . period of eighty y. ors, a repu
lotion that may well bo envied.-iV. Y. Keening / vu.
GOODRICH, ?VINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 1S3 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
8UCCEF80RS TO KINO Hi CA SSI DK Y.
NO. 1S1 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, B. C.
January Itt tu tbs Cmo
"A trulls was on ber Up-health wai In bar look
strength was In her step, and In har bonis-TL-AHTA
A few bottles of Px-ajr-raTios HrrriBa
WU1 ours Narrons Headache.
" Cold ExtrsmlUes and Feverish Ursa,
? Bo tn* hiernach and Fatld Breath.
" Plotnlaney and IndlgeoUon.
.. Nervous Affoe non?.
*' Ex ne*t i vs Fatigue and Short Breath.
" Pain over the Eyes.
.. Montai Despondency.
" Prostration ; Greet Weakness.
*? Ballow Oomplexlon, Weak Bowels, Ac.
Which or? tbs evldenoea of
LIV Eli COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It ts satlmoted that seven-tenths of sJl od nit aUments
proceed from t deceased and torpid liver. Tba biliary
secretions, of the liver overflowing into tb? stomach pol
son th? catiro ry tte m and exhibit the above symptoms
After long reteorck, wo ore obie to present the meei
remarkable curs for these horrid nightmare disease*
the world has aver produced. Within one year over ali
hundred and ferry thousand persons hov? token tbs
Pr-LKTATIO* Urrrxris, and not in ins ton oe ci oom plaint
hos coree to ont knowledge I
Ii Ia a most ea. ?cruel tonia and agrees bis lUmnlan
suited to all oondltiona of life.
Tbs reports tkot lt rolle* upon mineral substsnDea fo
tts ocUve properties, are wboUy loise. Pot tbs asUt
(action of the public and thal patients moy ce corni
their phyaldani. wo ?(.pend a list of (ts oom penen ts.
OALIAATA u ASX.-Oe! ebra ted tor over two hundred
seora In tbs treatment of Fever ovad Asn. -P?-w sas
Weak ns*? ?ta It aras lm~-oj ul Pr ru. lo IMO, and
OounWss, -?ir, rY tts Jesuit* for IA* encrnunupnot 0/
-f.-.?-.r,i*.rai__ ?>r-r. under the name of Jetuil'i Fon?
der; sad wo? anally mode public by Loni* XVI. Sing
of Eran oe. Humboldt mokes especial referen ce to lu
febril ag? quollt?? dering bis South American travels.
QkfMBUM ? Boa*,-For diarrhoea, eolio and diseases
ol the stomach and bowels.
DAS o silo H-lor inflammation of tbs loins and drop
Onoafoarxu FLA wuss-For enfeebled dlgesUon.
LAVSJVDIO Purwus-A rom *uo, stimulant and tonie
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
Wis-rxuoaxirK -Vor peru rai o. rhr amati tra, eta.
A s ns-An aram olio carminative; oran ting flash,
m node and m Uki much naed by mother? nursing.
Also, clova-bnAa, orango, carraway, coriander, snake
Another wonierful Ingredient, of gr?ai usa among
the Hptnlsh ladina of liouth America, Importing traut)
lo tho complexion and brllUancy to the minti, ls yal on.
known to tn? oom meroe of the world, and w? withhold
Ita nam? for tb? present.
RoeiiBsrKB, N. Y , Doceaiber 28,1M1.
Masara. P. H. DILI xs A (Jo.-I bava been a great sol
rarer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and hod to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried tbs Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
now nearly a w?U moa. I bave recommended thom in
I sevoral oases, and, aa for as I know, alway* with signo)
ben eat. I am, respectfully Tours,
Rev. J. a OATHOBN.
Pnitir-si-pniA. 10th Month, 17th Doy, Itel.
Hr-srxcrrxD Psis wc:-My daughter boa been much
benefited by the nae of thy PlonUtlon Biltaro. Thoo
?rill (and me two bo luca more.
Thy friend, ASA CUBRIR.
BosaatAM noon, Cm otoo, OL, I
February ll, 1843. I
Mu tres. P. H. DaAsLS Ax Oo. I-Pleas? Mad os onothsi
twelve cou? Of your PlasUUon Bitters. A? s morning
appetizer, lb ey appear to hara superseded everything
els?, and ar? grsoUy esteemed.
Yours, ac., O AG B A WATTS.
ArrongsmsnU ara now completed to supply any de?
mand for Ibis ?niele, which boa net heretofore been
Th? pnbllo may rest ss?tired that in no OOM will th?
perfectly nora standard ol the FXAOTTATIOU Brrr UL* be
deported from. Pier y louis heart Ik* faa-timilt of our
rignatttrt tn S ?Uti flatt engraving, tr it Mnsol bt fm
Ant porto? pretending to ttll BLAST ATTOS Brrrxoo tx
bulk ar ty (Af gallen, it a tviruller and LtipolUr. Amore
of rijuud boulet. S?* IA ai our FrioaU SUmp lt TRrarn.
wT.iTu over every cork.
Bold by all DrugrfUU, Grocers and Dealers thronghonl
tba conn try.
P. R DB AXE & 00., New York.
DEVOTED LITERATURE, SCIENCE, ART,
AGRICULTURE, and MISCELLANEOUS NEWS.
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_ -Traits or ?ijnsojxrpTTOJt i
One copy one year.tl 00
Doe copy ali months. 3 00
One copy thrso months.,.] 00
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BAXKS or A D YE ii norh'a I
Os? Square, Un Uaw or less, first InMrtlon.91 M
For each subsequent insertion.1 DO
AR AdverUeemenU to be dbitlnoUy marked, or Uury
WJ1 be publish od on Ul ordazwd out, and ebamd accord?
Merchant? and other? advertising by th? year, a llb?,
ral deduction on IA? ?luve nie? will be mod?,
bi av ena per ia
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
nMRsw Aap BX?JMM TM
Fin? O roc erl es. Choice Tess, Bte., kio,
NOS. 3S0 and 103 GRJunrwicif. .T" COR. 01* KUBBA?,
w v_ NSW YOBK.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
ALL II;1??7WTII15 COAOUCKOK !
HOPE FOR THE DESPONDING INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
mmw ELIXIR MTIIIII,
MANY WHOHE DECLININO III:AL I H. WniCH
wm precarious, sud Utclr recovery despaired of,
du now win. Kr ill lui emanations to HIL- AII-WISO Dis?
poser, uOVr licartfell thauks for lld? timely remedy. Dur?
ing tho abort tlnr since ila public introiluctlon lulo uso.
Um Orlglnotor ba? moat happily realized her mont ?an
KUIiin expectations 111 liiaidfcHtntlons Issuing from nil
quartern of ita mi] torah Hi d i uralivo properties, fur In no
case ?hero it han becu admlnlstcrw mill regard bi di?
rections, and persevered iu, has lt lull, d lu lu beneficial
lu resorting to Ibis remedy. Ibo iuviillil oatt depend
upon tho safety nf every article, lu Hs preparation, and
niui" lt accclfrntc? Om lu altbful r. actions ul each nrgau
and vessel the mind cull bc rei U eily freo fruin appre?
hension of tm y Hiibllo lugredivut being iualuiiated lute Its
Tliu appoltte, which improves under IU a ?ministrado]!
la at liberty In iiuiul;:. priulcntly lu whatever nutriment
III palatable, digestivo and wholciuiin , and while lt 1? no
moro than proper tu ?void uxposuru lo fresh culd, uo lear
nucd biioiilerlKlncd ol auy iishlllty muler this colimo of
trcatinoiit to liuluco lt. It ls a pleasant AROMATIC
COltDIAL, ipiltu Kgreoable tu thu lisle, und as a lung re
vlvliycr sud bal?iitn 01 beallb, ll ls illslliigulslilng Itsclfus
without precedent, and wo lrii.11 will, em lon . claim for
llsi'If gcnoral acclniusllun lor lt? unrivalled efilcscy.
For ?alu by the Propnetrcss, Mr?. eec I LIA llODIH
OUE'S, northwest coi m r of M Ll HT NO AND SOCIETY
STHEEIS, and priuclpil Dru.:gl*Li.
PRICE HI?OLE BOTTLE ?1.2,'..
CHILLS il) FEVER
A CERTAIN CURE.
WE HAVE USED (IA LI.lt) AN'S PILLS. AND FIND
that they will du all tbst ls claimed for them, sud
cheerfully recoiiimoud them to public favor.
T. II. WAIT'S. Ex-Oovornor of Alabama.
. J. W. A. SANDFORD. Alfy OonT of Alabama.
HOBT. DOUGHERTY, Judgo Supremo Court Ala.
I have used" OALLIOHAN'S IT I, LS on my plantation
for I ever and Ague, and find thom all that ls claimed for
them. 'Dins. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 29, ISM.
LOWNPM COUNTT, Alabama.
OALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILKS will d'y
Tboy oro decidedly Ibo beal medicino for chills sud i e
vor 1 ever gave. 1 woidd not bo without them for Hit
Union tho price. J. A. GltAIIAM.
Awmrrs, April 17, IBC7.
One box of OALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured mu perfectly
of Chills sud Fever, 'i boy aro tho best medicino tor
Chills and Favor I ever saw. A. G. RONALDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MoxTOOiixnT, ALA., July 0, 1800.
Messrs. nLUNT k HALE-ll KN ra: I have nsed you
OALLIOHAN'8 PILLS on two occasions Tor Chills anti
Fever, and lind that they effect all I bat they arc intend
cd to do. They are Uio best remedy for tho dlreasc th il
I havo ovor tried. I consider them perfectly rcllsblo.
Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
0 rand Hoc Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. of Alabama.
Ann ANY. Qa., March ll, 1807.
1 have n.oed OALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty cases Gi
Chills and Fever, with pcrlect success. Thoy sro ti.
best Fovcr and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BT
GOODHICII, W I Me M \ N ab co..
No. 153 Mooting street.
And by all Druggists.
ULOUcST tb HALE,
May 14 Orno Montgomery, Ala.
Cures ail diseases caused by
self-abuse, v Ix :- Spermator
rAe.i. ?ren?inif . HV.itnw.
Sight . A'miaaiun?, ?ISM of
Memory, Vnitertrtl Laut
lu.lt, /'nins tn (Aa Bart, Dim
.nett of Vinton, Prematura
j Chi Aar, Wenk Xtrre*. DIM
leult Breathing, Patt fYiurifs
'nance. Insanity, Con*utnp
tlon, snd sll diseases that ful*
low as a sequer.cn of youthful indiscret]..os.
The Cherokee Curo will rest?te hesllli end visor,
stop the embuions, and street a permanent curs
after sll other medicines have failed. Thirty-two
paie pamphlet sen l 1 ri a sealed envelop?, free to any
Price |3 per bottle, nr three bottles for ?5- Bold
by all druggists; or will be sent by express to ?ny
portion ortho world, on receipt of pries, by the
Dr. W. E. HERWnr, 97 Walker St., H. T.
Cures ell Urinary Com
plaints, viz: Gravel, Injlatrv
tnatlon of On Bladder and
\Kldneyt, Retention of
ff'Hos, Stricture* of th?
yUrtthrx. Dnptteal Steell
ftnot, Brich Dutt Depotitt,
and all discases thst require
a diuretic, and wben used In
cunjunetloa with the
does not fall tn core Gonorrhea, GU rt and aB .Vu.
cou? DUchargt* In Malo or Female, curing reee-nt
Catt*in. from one io Ihr** tropa, snd ls especially
recommended In those esses of Ftunr Alina or
White* in Female*. The two medicines rued In
conjunction will nut tall to remove thia dlaagveeabls
complaint, and la those coxes where other medicines
have been used without success.
Price, Remedy, One Bottle, 12, Three Bottles, ts.
I". Injection, " ti, " 85.
The Cherokee "Cur*,'* "Remedy!' snd "Inleo
tlcm" ara to be found la sll well regulated drug
stores, and sra recommended by physiciens sad
druggists sll over tho world, for their in tri mle worth
la plscs of these. B* not deceived. If the drug?
gists will ont buy tbsm fur y wrl.r tn ns, and wa
will send them tn you by einrc-f, securely paefesd
snd frss from observation We treat all diseases to
which the hnman system ls subject, snd will bs
?leased to receive full snd explicit stitemenbt from
Uii?o who have filled to receive relief heretofore.
Lollies or gentlemen csa address us in ptrf*ct con?
fidence. We desire to send oar thirty-two page
Ktnpblst free to every Isdy sod gentleman In tbs
ad. Address all letters for pamphlets, medicines,
or advloe, to the sole proprietor, af
G Dr. W. B. HEBWTJJ, 37 Walker fit., TS. Ta
!*< Ul I LIA NI .Ml Lilli's Ullt ANTHE.
HUM PH BEYS'
HAVE PBOVED, F HO M THE MORT AMPLE EXPE?
DIENCE, an entire saoeessiBTmpls-Prompt- BO
lent and Reliable. They are the only medicines per?
fectly adapted to popular os?-so simpls that mixtas es
: innot bs mads in using them; so tuxrxnlsss as to be
ree from dangar, and so efficient aa to be always relia?
ble. They have raised th? highest oo ram notation frota
all, and will always render satisfaction.
" " Cents,
so. I, onres Fevers, Congestion, InflammaUona.. tl
- 9, .' Wu vms Worm-Fovar, Worm-Colo.. SI
8, '. Crying Colle, or Teething of In?
? ?, " DI ?rr Ii ern of Children or Adulta,... li
? S, Dysentery, Griping, Dillons Collo... st
M e. .? t lioleiat Horbas, Nausea, Vomit?
" T, " Coughs, Colds, Bronohitla.
'. 6, " N.uralBl?, Toothache, Faesaohs.. ls
" 9, '. Ueaxdacbes,Bick HeadachojVertigo,, tl
" 10, " Dyspepsia, Dlllonj Stomach..
" ll, Suppressed, or Painful Periods.....
n ia, a. Whites, too profuse period?., 1
" ll, " Croan, Cough, Difficult Breathing., t
la, " Bait Rheum, Erysipelas, Krsptlons. ti
.. lt. " ll rae is sxua tl sra, Rbeumstlo Faina... ll
.' lt, " v.rer and Aga?, OhlU Ferer,
" IT, " Plies, Blind or Bleeding. (0
i. IB, >. Opthalxny, and Bore or Weak Kyts. (0
M po, a. Oata>-n. Acute or Chronic, Infla
" SO, " Whooping ConBh, Violent Coughs 80
11 U, " Asthma, Oppressed Breathing...... to
n JJ, .i Bar Dischargee, impaired Hear?
.' at, .' Hero fula, Enlarged Giant?, Swell
" H. " O erse rai Debility, Physical Weakness K
" M. tt Dropsy and Scanty secretions.. H
" ks, " Bea Blekness. Sickness from Bid
" tr, Kidney Disease, O ravel. 10
" VJ, ti l.rveni Debtllty,Bemlnal Bred*.
Mons. Involnxtary mscnarges.LOO
" tt, " Bore Month, Can ?AT.,, tc
- tb, ? Urinary IneonUnance, Wetting
" ?L " Palnroi Psrlods, eren with
- tl, ? Huffer.?age et Chango of L?o.LOO
" IS, " K n lie pty, Spasms, n t. Vitas' Dan oe. LOO
" 14? ?. Dlptherla, Ulcerated fiore Tresta,... BO
M ruhr, nerooee ease and book.I io.oe
to large rials, la morocco, sad book. HOU
BO Urge rials, plain esa*, and book. B.00
U boxes (Noa. 1 to ll), and book. ?.ss
VBTEIUff ABY SPKOIHCB.
Mahogany oases, 10 vlsi?.110.00
MngU vials, with directions. LOO
saVTheM remedias, by the ease or single box, ?re
Nal to say patt ot* the country, by Mall or Express, frts
sf ottaV/gs, oa receipt of the pri?e* Address
HUMP H BEYS' HPECIFIO
HOMOEOPATH 10 1UO10INB COMPANY,
0?c? and Depot No. Ma Broadway. Nsw York.
Or. Horoaaxon ls consulted daily ?4 bia ornee, per
WCstajr OT by letter, as above, fer ali farms of distase,
DO WIE ?Sf KOISB. Wholosals Agents.
No. Ill Meeting street, .
i i. Opposite CkArleaton Hotel.
w. Aa sKBiiaai.
As VT. ECKEL Si co.. Rc tn ll Agenta,
' Vt. ?1 AOtCl-^sTuEXT, iib door abors sx^rttaaVat.
ACrtl 14 OharlerUD, B, 0,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC._
HORSE AND CfflJ! POWDERS.
Tills preparation, long
snil favorably known,
will tliorouglily riinvlgo
rain broken down uni]
low-spirited horses, by
? I r s II g t li o u 1 ii g still
cleansing tho slouiach
snit Inn ?tu.on.
Illus wiro )>rt'Vmillvu
of all UIM'.-IHI-H incident
tn ll i l-i nul mal, in. I. ns
MINO FEV Ell. (II.ANII
KIDS, VEIiUIW WATI
FOUNDER LUSH UV
,\ll'17ITTE AND VI?
TAL KN Klh IV, kc.
ITS DBF. IMPROVES
lin: W IND, IN?
CREASES TUB AF
I'I.TI'IT:-ll I V E h A
SMUOTH sud iil.os.
HY SKIN-sud Iraus
runns tho MISEIIA
ULE H K ELI:TU Ns
INTO A FINE LOOK
INO ASH: Pinn KUI
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
\ V INVALUABLE, lt In
VftaA creases thu quantity
ff^r7~i ._ and improve* tho iiuitll
ly of UM M I L K. Il
has beim pmvun by ac?
tual experiment tn ta?
rrease Ibu nuanlily ol
MILK and IS HE A AI
twenty per rent., nnd
iiiakn tho H II TT I*. Il
linn ami sweet. In frit?
te rm no ratlin, it gi V o
: Un m an appetite, o
ena their tilde, and makes them thrive much foster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH A3 COUOU.S
ULI. EUS IN THE
LUNMK, LIVER, Atc,
this orUeln sela as a
tpoclflc. Hy putting
from one-half a paper
lo a paper in a barrel
of swill thu ?hove ills
cases will lie eradles
Icil ur entirely pro?
venid!. If given In
time, s certaiu preventive aod cure fur Ibo Hug Cbutura.
S. A. FOUTZ & ?KO.,
No. 110 FRANKLIN STREET
FOR HALE BY
DOWIE & MOISE
mmm nun; HOUSE.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
March 13_ stiilhCmo
?sr Tl II" BALE OP THE PI^ANTATI?N BIT
TEES ls without precedent In tho history or tho world.
Thara ls no secret In the moller. They ore ot once the
moat s seedy, strength nui r g health-restorer ever die
Co rerod. It requires bot a single triol to understand
this. Their purity can always be relied upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bork, Cascarilla
Bork, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wintergreen, Aaloo, Cluverbnds, Orange-poel,
Saako-rooi, Caraway, Coriander. Burdock,
j hey are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Iii speakers, and persons of literary babita sud seden
lory ure, who require free digestion, a relish for rood,
and clear mental [acuities.
Delicate romalo? and weak person? ar? certain to fin J
In these Bittor? what they have so long looked for.
Tboy purify, strength an and Invigorate.
They cro?te a healthy appetite.
They ar? an ant! Joto lo chongo of water and dlok
They overcame effects of dissipation and late boure.
They strengthen th? ?y*lam and enliven th? mind.
They prevent miasmatic and Intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and ac billy of tho stomach.
They oars Dyapepala sud OoDeUpsUon.
They core Diarrhea, Cholera and (lholera Morbus.
.?ey cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They ?re the best Ditter? In the world. They mok?
th? weak man strong, and are exhoosted nature'* great
The foll owing startling and emphatte statements can
bs seen at oar office.
Letter of li c.v. E. 7. OBAHB, chaplain or the 10Tth|New
NEA a AocrDIA fjBXZE, Horeb 4th, ip Aa.
Owlngflo tba great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after tbs bat tl e of A n ti e toni, I waa utterly prostrat?
ed and vary ?lek. My stomach would not retain medi?
cino. An article caul ed FlontoUon Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DSAXW, of Naw York, was prescribed io give ms
strength and an appeUte. To my great surprise they
gov? mo Lmmadlote relief. Two bottles ?lino?! allowed
mo to jota my regiment ...-./. I have ?ince aeon
them used in many coses, and am Cree to say, for hos?
pital OT private purpose? I know of nothing like them.
BOT. K. F. ORAME, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. N. E. Olms, nt. OlalrsvuTe, Pa.
OosriTJaoiaii:-Yon wore kind enough, on a farmer oc?
casion, to ?end rn? a half dotson botUoa ot Plantation
Bitter? for f S SO. My ?Ifs LOT lng derived ao mucti
benefit from the nae of those Bitters, I deeiro
roo linne them, and you will please ?end u i slx bottlot
more for tb? money enclosed.
I am, very truly, 'o rn,
N. E. QlLf-a, Pastor Oar. Ref. Obnrob,
BOTinnav Oom, Sopxoa-iirriNDX.-rr's o vries, I
OxHOTjrifoTl, Uno, Jau. lath, 1643. j
I kara given your Plantation Hitters to hundred? ol
(rom various censes, and tbs enact is marvellous ano
Sn oh a preparation aa this ls I heartily wish in every
family, lu ?rrery hospital, and at band on avery battle
field. a. W. D. ANDREWS, Bn perin tendant
Dr. W. A. Oin mis. Surgeon of tb? Tenth Vermont Ba?
ilment, writes:-"I wish every soldier bad a bottle ol
Pian toil OB Bitters. They ore tbs most effeoUva, pc",
feet, and harmless tonio I ever used."
Wrxxans's Herrar, i
WAXUDIOTOH, D. O.. May 23d. IHM. }
OauvTLarocan:-We require another ?apply of your
Plantation Bitter?, th? popularity o Whlsh dally in
cresses with tho guests ef oar boase.
SYKES, CU AD W ICU ti V.o.
Aa Ao. ko. Ao. ko.
Be ?uro th?t every lsd tie beare tho foc-?Imllo cf cur
signature on a steel plate Ubie, with our pru ato ?lamp
over Ibo cork.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
NO. 202 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Bold by aU respectable Druggists, Physicians, Oroocrs.
Saloons and country Hotel-dealers.
WHISKERS and MUS
TACUES forced to
ow upon tho smoothest
ie In from lb ree to Av?
weeks by using Dr. HEVIO
N E ' 8 RESTAURATEUR
, CAPILLAIRE, tb? most
wonderful discovery in mo- '
dorn ?elene?, acting upon
lb? Heard odd Hair in an almost miraculous manner. Il
ha? been used by the elite of Ports and London with the
most flattering success. Names of ail purchaser* wLU
be registered, ?nd if entire soU?f?cUon 1? not given In
every instance, the money ?nil be cheerfully refunded.
Pries by moll, sealed sud postpaid, ll. DescripUvo cir.
culara and testimonials moiled froo. Address BEBOE1I,
BIIUTTS k CO., Chemists, No. 2U? River street Troy, N.
Y.. Sols Agents for the United H totes
HIE BEST TONIC NOW IN USE!
I) A VEGA, YOUNG ? M cKENZlE,
Lil AND COLLECTIOK OFFICE,
Nos? tO and 40 Park Row*
ISAAO DAYKA, )
f_T A V IN Q HU OG RED I Ll Ti) THF YORXIOH OOLL?C
tl TION BUH1NEB8 ol Moon*. BIB.NIT, FB1H.
riBB A FLAN DXHfl, wa ?rill Oltsnd to th? ocilscUcm el
?osions and mo turing eioLu.8 throughout th* Lint ai
Atas ?nj Co vida.
OOHMISKIOHMMM MO* AU. TUM ST ? TAS,
CH I UK I! Il I Mi * SONS1
NO. 052 BROADWAY
C HICK E fi I? b fe SONS'
(.rand, Square and Upright
ABB SOW. A3 TB EY EVER ri AVK BEEN, OON
HID KU KD ilia boat lu America, baring boon
BlXTY-KIVtC I'lllZK KIKUADM,
Of which fourteen TTora roorlvod in Ibo monllii of Bop.
lamber and Octobor, 1HT15, and rlral prouiliinni over all
competitors ac tim d?neront principal Kairi In IUI?
country, and tba PULSE Al Kl).M. at Ibo
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON.
T UM.Ilk HH S OPINION.
I oonatdar Oblekorlng Ar Hon?' Plano?, beyond oom.
parlaon. Ik* hm? t ?.- - ?. TUALIIKRQ,
Oh airman ot Jory on Musical Intimeren
Ula with feeling! of pride in American manufacturara
that we pabllBh the following testimonials, which bare
been received Dy ul recently:
ileeeioeol dtu-ino; tte ninia of Aucntit, 1800.
LONDON, July IB, 1 BOT.
Muses, aaiournmo Ai BONS-Gouts: I hare much
pleaaure In enclosing a document signed by the first
composers, mnilclans and professors tu Europa. I held
your Pianos In sncb high estlmsllou (evie my certifi?
cate) that I felt lt my duty to take ono of them with me
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion of my professional
brethren. Tbo enclosed certif?calo will prove how
unanimous thoy havo been on tho subject. I beg to
forward, at tho samo time, a lotter I received from my
trloud, Ur. Collard, which 1 am sure moat be gratify?
ing to yon.
I have the honor to be, gentleman, yoors vary truly,
J Ail KU KL WEI I EL
Loira on, J ann ?rr ll, 1868.
Jamel Af. WtXlt, Eta.:
Mr Dian Bm: I have great pleaaure In asking youto
convey to Messrs. Oblckerlng tho expro sion of my
highest approval of their Instrument, It ls, I consider,
not merely tho bost biotrnment of American mannfao*
ture that I bare trlod, but one of tbs Quest Grand Piano?
fortes that has over come undor my cbservaitou; and
tho Messrs. Oblckerlng may welt be proud of having
turned ont from their manufactory an Instrument
which, for touch, qualify, power and workmanship, lt
would bo very tUfhoult to surpass In any part of the
Dear slr, very sincerely yoors,
CHAS. D. COLLARD,
Firm ot Collard ot Collard, Plano-forte Manufacturara,
Lomon, August 71, 1606,
Janel Af. WrMi.Ztq.:
Mi Datait nm: As you are going back to tho United
Slates, I must beg you to remember me kindly to tbs
leura. Oblckerlng. Toll them I waa delighted with
their ?rand I'lano-forle-eu good an isnrusiaii, / think
at wat ever turned out, both in touch andttr t.
Wishing you, etc., I remain ever ti Jly,
H. E. BBOAUWOOD.
Firm of I. Broadwood k Sons, piano-forte Mannfao.
LONDON , Jaly 30, i860.
Meurt. Chittering el Sont:
aairrs: I have lust been Invited by Messrs. Collard to
try a Grand Piano-forte manufactured by yon, and I
have no hesitation lo endorsing the opinion el my old
friend, Mr. O. V. Oollerd, Tts: That ll ls the finest In.
strnmentl ever played on.
BoUeve mo, gentlemen, most faithfully yours,
J. L HATTON.
Ttttimonlelt fran the mott dltiinguithtd Artittt in Eitropi
to Jlettrt. Chittering ct Som:
LORDOX, Joly 15, IBM.
Having played upon a Ptano-forte nude b> Messrs,
Oblckerlng k Hons, of Boston and Nsw York, I hare
much pleasure in testifying to tts general exoelh noe.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tons, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power ter concert purposes, I
consider lt s really QUAND ria so- roars, AND Dxoinxo
LT TUX BEST 1 HAVE SEEN OF AMERICAN M A I* UTA UT UBS.
ABAIIELLA GODDARD. GIULO RKOONDL
Ll. A. O.iliUltNK. ALFRED JAKLL.
W. KUHE. Ll NI ?B A Y HLOPEB,
JDLEU BENEDICT. I, MtJUOHKLKri,
M. W. DAL? E. Pref, of Consorvstotrs de
UH AH HALLE. Lelixig.
ll Ul NI.KY BICUARDB. H. A UTK UH CB APPEL,
BENE EAV.MU,Eh. Director of Moudsy Con
HYDNKY HM1TH. certs, London.
Among the chief points of excellence or the Oblcksr.
lng 1*1 sn cu, ol which speak tee renowned srtlsts In their
congratulatory un tim.uni a to the Messrs. Chlckerlug,
sre tho gresteat possible depth, rlchnoss sud volume of
lone, combined with a raro brilliancy, clearness and
perfect evenness througbont tbs entire scale; and,
above au, s surprising durstlou of sound, ibu pure and
lympalbsUo quality of which never changes ander tbs
tn the eonstrnctlon of which thoy have lntrodnoed every
tnown and vslusble Improvement. They hsvs tn var la
}ly been ?al ec led and nsed by aU of tbs world's nc
tnovledged great artists who hs-ve visited ibis country
professionally, both for prlTate and pubUo usa.
I oonaidsr Oblckerlng k Bons' Planos, beyond ec nv
sanson, th? best I have ever seen In Amarlos.
I oom!der Ohlckertng k Sons' r?anos superior to any
n the world.
They are unrivalled for their sloging ia all tl ea and for
hs harmonious ronndnoss of their tone. There ls a
serfeot homogeneity throughout all the registers. The
lpper notes are remarkaole for a Olesrnoss and purity
vblcb I do not find la say other Instrument, while the
Mitti dlitlngutshed for power without harshness, and
or a magnificent sonority.
Your plano* are superior to any I have ever tesa lo
his country or In Europe.
I have nrvsr buu-d a tone so perfecti lt yields every
ixpresslon inst ls needed lo muslo, and tts quality la
nuable of change to meet every sentiment. This ls a
?re power, ano ls derived from the perfect pnrltv of
ls tune, together with lt* sympathetic, elattlo and wen
Daring the patt eight yeera I have constancy played
ipon thsjostly celebrated Krard Pianos t yours are the
inly Instruments that I have found, either hers or In
Car-ope, to equal them In aU their points of excellence.
It may ba satisfactory to oar patrons and friends
moog the pc bl lo at large to ?tate that testimonials have
?an received from SU the leading artists who have
Isl ted or are now residing in th* United B tates, a few of
rhos* narnia, beal dea th oas abor*, wa append i
.KO. El MBYXB. I QUBTAV HATTER.
LLTBBDJAEIa. J. BENEDICT.
I. rANDERSON. I M. 8TRA?O80H.
L HUFFMAN. JULL1KH.
And many others.
tra- ILLUftTBATED ALBUMS AND FBJCI LWTO
No. 652 Broadway,
NEW Y O K K.
3ENRY SIEGLING, Asr't
OHAKIJ3BTON! S. O