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CATHCART, MoM ILL AN A. MORTON,
No. 18 HAY NE STREET.
. 'AILY-MX MONTHS. 5 ' M
DAILY-TUREE MONTHH..? ^ 2
SINHI.K conns.fr. 22S
fu NF.WS DKALKHB.
THUIIHDAY MONNING, JULY, ll, 1807.
DI U MIT; T COHKWA1J
O, ll io Bummer night
llu a millu ur light,
Auil aha alla on a sapphira throne
Whllil the sweet winda l, ad hor
Wllh garlands of odor.
From Ihobuds or tho rosea o'orblown.
Bul Ibo autumn night
lias a piercing sight.
And a stop both strong and f roe ;
And a veico for wondor.
Uko Ibo wrath of thunder,
Wbon ho shouts to tho stormy sea.
And the wintry wind
ls ootd and whlto.
And ho alngoth a song of pain,
Till tho wild boo liunun i Ui.
An J tho warm spring cometh,
Wbon sho dloa lu a dream of rain.
O, tho night, tho night I
?Tis a I- vlily sight.
Whatever the elimo or Hmo:
For sorrow thon soarolb,
And tho lovor outpoured,
Bli soul In a star-bright rhyme.
It blingcth sloop
To tho forent deep.
Tho forcit bird to ita ucsl;
To caro bright boura
And dreams of flowors.
And Ibo balm lo tho woary-rest.
special Meeting of City Connell.
COD on. CiiAiiiiF.ii, July 10.-Proaont-tho
or, and Aldermen RAVENBL, U Kim rs, BKALL,
O'NEILL, i)rz:::i:-.--"::, \V .us, 0L ;= , OAKES,
tqoNoim, MARSHALL, ENSTON, EAULK, COURTENAY,
I'm Hil LI:-16 inombors.
The Mayor stated that this mooting was called
for tho purpoao of ratifying nn Ordinance tu pro
vide for tho qoi^vhjn^hg .^ jjjg'Jf^
of the nil *
Alilorman PBINOLE, from tho Coromittoo on En
groaaod Billa, reported tho Ortlinanco as having
been ongrossod by tho Clerk.
The ordinanco was ratiued in doo form, and
roada aa bolow:
AM OUDINANCE TO FnOVIDK FOR THE LIQUIDATION OF
TUB INTEREST os THE DEBT or TUB OITT, wincu
AOORUEO ON TILE SOM DAY OF JUNK LAST. f
Bett Ordained bp Ott Mayor and Autermen in
City Oouncd atscmblcd, That for tho purpoao of
liquidating the interest on tho oublie dobt of tho
city, which accrued un tho SOth day of Juno laat,
Six Fer Cont. H tock, obligatory on tho Corporation
of tho City of Charloston, HII nil ho in H nod under tho
direction of tho Mayor to tho pomona holding
stocks or Bix Por Cont. Bouda of Ino City, aud en
titled i to i coi ve the nibo ont nd i ned thereon at
tho timo abovo stated, tho said stock to bear in
terest after tho rate of six por cont, per annum,
savable quarterly, red oem abbi in thirty years from
date: Provided, that no part of said'stork shall
be iasnod for any sum loss than l won tv dollars,
or for any fractional part of a dollar. Provided
also, that all onma for lose than twonty dollars and
for fractional parts of a dollar shall bo paid in City
bills. And provided further, That any person bona
fide holding H tock s or Six Per Cont. Bonds, on said
30th day of June, upon which interest has nco rued,
H h nil havo tho privilogo, until tho lat day of Hop
tembor next, of discountiug such intorost, or any
part thereof, against tann duo by him to tho City
on said SOth of Juno, and m ty rocen vo any balance
in his favor in City Bille or now Stock, according
to tho amount thereof in maim er aforesaid.
BEC. I. That tho form of certificates, and modo
of transfer of Bald Stock, shall be subject to the
.imo regulations as now oxiat in relation to other
Six Per Cent. Stocka of tho City.
Adjourned. W. H. SMITH,
dork of Counoil.
Tltc Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON. DAILY NEWS.
Cn A ULEUron. Wcdnoaday Evening, July 10, IB67.
The operations of purchasers ware much restricted In
consequence of the emili supply of Golton In tho hands
of sellars. Tho transactions wtre 100 bales, vlsi S3 at
32 Hi M 123: 20 at 26 14 at 25 : 0 al 25
Wo quote :
Low Middling.28 @
Middling.26 fc -
A ag a rt av Market.
AUGUSTA, July 0.-FINANCIAL-Oom.-Brokera buy
at 13S and icU al ISO.
8n.vin.-No demand. Brokera bny 128 and sell al 1S2.
OOTTOH.-Tho market oontlnoca quiet, tho demand
being iulilclon t to cover all that waa offerinn. Wo quote,
a* the range of the market, ordinary 18*20 ; good ordi
nary 20*21; low middling 21};e' , nd middling 23Ka
23c Bale* to-day amounted to 87 bales, aa followa: Sat
18:9 at 20X; 3 at 21; 13*121X1 S3 at 22, and 2bales
at 23 >,c. Receipt* B bala*.
Wilmington Market. "
WILMINGTON, July 9.- TtrarxNinrx-No chungo in
price*. About 626 bbl* received to-day anil changed
banda at S3 10 for soft, and ll 65 fur hard, per 280 lbs.
BSrarra fPBSeai risa-Sales of only 27 bbl* at 60Jjc per
gallon for connery packages.
Boars-'j loSNDf 829 bbli at 32 60 for common, 13 60a
2 62 X for .trained. $2 76*2 87 X for No. 2, Stat 76 for No.
1, in J (5*5 60 for Palo, a* In quality.
TA*-About 0 bbls received and soldat 3 DJ w per
HAT-290 beles Northern received, of which 80 do sold
to arrive at tl 60, and 110 do from wharf at SI 10 per 100
Iba; bataneo untold.
BALTIMORE, July 8.-Corm-Wa notice a mora ac
tive demand for Bio, with aaloa of 2700 bags ex Eleanor,
and 700 bags ex brig Frances JAUH, both on pr valo
terms ; also SOO bagi do from BOCO nd hands, In iota, at
conos - lu the ebsanco of'aalc* Wo havo to quota the
market dull and nominal, at 26*26>ic for middling Up
FLO tm-Thora con linne a good inquiry for the better
grade of winter wheat Flour, which la very scarce. Wo
notice the Belo of a car load of frosh ground Howard
Street Extra at SIS 60; also several amati lots of fair Kim
Ur do at Ul 60, and choice Virginia do at fl 6 60 ; 60 bbl
Howard Street Extra at S12; 100 bbl* do Super at S10 60,
and SOO bbl Spring wheat Extra, taken for export, at
tlO 60. Bra Flour ls bald at 7 76aS 25, and Corn Meal
SA 60 par bbl, New Flour I* looked fer inafewdeys,
millers generally aro ready to resume work, bat tho limi
ted receipts retard them. Wo renow previous quotations,
though In most respect* nominal, vic :
Ko ward-street Super and Cot Li tra... 19 00 ( 3 10 00
Howard-street Extra Shipping. 10 60 ga 12 00
Howard-street High andes. 12 00 n iii
Howard-street Family.ll 00 16 60
Ohio Soper and Cut Extra. 00 00 < oo 00
Ohio Family. ll SO 2 16 00
Harthwostern Bnper. 7 00 gi 8 00
Northwestern Extra. 9 60 ft woo
Olly Milla Super. 9 00 10 00
Olly Milla, Standard Extra. 10 60 fia 12 00
City Mill Shipping brand Ki tra.ia 60 ft ll 00
Olly KUI*, blah gradea retailing extra IS 00 @ 16 60
Baltlmaro, Welch's Greenfield sud
Waverton Family. 17 00 & 00 00
if aWf P. S 60 S 8 00
Rye Flour, (newi.ji::::;. 6 60 0 7 00
Corn Meal, City Mill . ttl I f g 8 00
FBOTOOOKS.-Balk Matts aro acaree and "bohl linn0*,
foll previous quotations. Bacon is in good demand both
from tbs trade and for filling of Southe rn order . We
noUce ula to-day of 60 cask Shoulders to tho Irado hero
at lOXallJj cent* ; 25 hhda clear rib Bide* In ono lot t
13"\icl ;60 eaaka baggod Hams in lots at ItMsUM ct*
For lot from holder we quote Shoulden at low el , rlli
Side* 12X ct*, and clear rib I3> ot ; sugar-cured Hams
18*19 cents, lieu Pork ls Inquired for, and bald fl rm
at t22 76at23 per bbl. Lard continue* inactive, and
quite nominal a* to price* ; we quote lt WKelS canta aa
to qality, for retal 1 lota.
Bia*.-Stock continu e email nd held firm at 12*12 ir
ct for Carolina, and BKeBX ct* for Rangoon,
aaAW-Wtical-Now l, coming In paringly. and with
active compet Uon from millen, who havo commenced
Eluding, liberal price are paid. Willi larger reoalpU
iwevor, lowor prloea aro anticipated-70 bushels new
white brought t2 90, and 1000 bushell now red old at
t2 76*3 for primo and choleo Maryland. Corn wa In
llaht supply W-day, 3300 bushel white and 170U bimbel*
y Allow comprised the offerings; market moro utcedv
aalea of 4000 bn*beli good to primo whlto at tl liai re
2100 bushels mixed do at tl 02al 0 ; 2660 buihel prim
yellow al tl 07; 1700 bushel* Inferior yollowaud Weitem
mixed at tl Ol. Oat -2300 buahel received; amt a loo
bl het rape ried old at 85*87 cent . Bys-1O0 bnahel*
offered and aold t tl 40 per buahel.
MOLASSES-NO salo* reported; stock light of both Coba
and Porto Elco; prices maintained. English Iiland in
?DOAB- Market (very fina and at further improved
price*. We report aalea of 20 bbda Porto Rico al 12 Me l
20 do do at Ile; 320 bbd* good Cub , ',r running, *t'l2c
SAUT-By the Ute arrivais tbs irUt is nell suppl!od
wllh Liverpool. Tho demand, I',.vc ar, is bnt mode
rate, yet pnce for lota from dc. je maintained aa
followa: for liverpool Ono tS*3 10, and ground alum
li ?" l**kV tSIand quiot, hut still quoted st
fceUoOc per bush for lota from atore.
WaT xXT-Nothing reported in freo, and for lot* io
bond we lill quote nominal st 80a36o per gai.
New York Market.
MONJCl M AJAX ET.
The New York fumina Patt ot Monday, July 8th
The loan matkit U eur, and lbs sappy or lbs idle
capital 1* abundant. Th Interest for tock excAeogTia
Pf, oanl.. very law trajieeclloan being TeMrted
at a high nie, wblle largo amount. arelo Vh^atl
by btavy borrower , nd hy deal en In government*.
Commercial paper I working easier, cholea bill plat
ing at le X, and lesa known names at 7a .
NEW YORK, July &-Fxooa. Ae.-Tho market for
We l rn and S lat flour opened firm and ceased more
active *ud 6*I0o better, the Inquiry bol n In uart far
Booth Amarle* and th. Weil Indie*. ^ ,or
u,??* ^l.,-5,0 ''j80" bbl al tfl 40*8 06 for Boperans
g 0e 90 for ordinary lo good tn 8UUl t W
alO 10 for the low grade of pring wheat western exlra
A TV^TO? 10*lT2c.ror^de.^
? ' lJ3r hruid* of Otto. Mlchhianand Indiana: and
111 Mall 60 for St Lotus extrait "T
pa^tsl2.u U mo~ *cUM .nd toliAT, tales 2100
Oanidlm flour la a little mora mu va mi . .>, ,!" e^,
flouUieTn flour u more acive and flrrntr! ftSes ol 660
J^l^i}* nn - Ale* of 800 WruTai M^oaS 7s
r ^ for
fW" wortmcnt. The tr^u^tTfor^^^
Tho talc* to 31,200 bushels at fl IO for So 3 Chicago
nrttir: J 00 for fair wlillo Cullforuliu; ft Vi fnrchnlco
iblte Michigan. anJ *3a.s 3 l r ow amber southern.
Barley la luactlvo ami prices aro nominal.
llarley mall la unchanged.
Oats are 2a3o belier ami qidto active. Ibo Hale aro
13 000 bushels Ohio, at MnH~ ','e. union nd I 'ana.lliti at
H)' :e Woa'.eru at 7Sa7S>ic, Stato al Halte,
"ve la decidedly acaree, ami prices aro firmer. Tlio
otra aro 3300 bushel* Wcslcru at Si li, biatc at ti toa
I 07, tho loll' r rato for ?mall lota.
Cum IK rather belter, particularly good aonml (mail
le , which aro wanted fur Ibo Pastern trade. Tho In- '
lulry la moro active. 'Ibo eaves aro 170.000 buabela no
iound at 3ca*l 03; ktln-drU-d at 1 UlialODi; old ami
tow Wu item uilxod al SI OOal tn, and Very chuleo do at I
II 03al 10; dani]i at tl OJal 05.
Pnovisioss-The demand fur pork I moro active, and
,i rici aro nilli ail vane I nu, lin sing 1.'tilly (pille Urtu at au
improvement of MaSQO per bbl.
'i bo nalea. raab and regular, and tV'vi bbU al f II 30a
3 Oj tor nies , and (31 li,1' for Job lota do.
] or lulim- ti ri iv erv noUilii|| la re|Mirted.
Ileef IH ht. dy and it'odcmtcly active-. Salea of 76 bbla
ll fpcvi.', fur plain mess, and Vidal! fur extra du.
Tier JO beef Iv quiet.
Heil bama aro only moderately active Salen of 3S bbl
at f3Sfor weitem.
Cul inrata are steady and fjlrly active. Salo. of Ot
pkgs nt H'.aM V' for dry nailed shoulders; 13JI4C fer
pickled bama; 160 tea bagged bama at l''.al8);c; 16,000
Iba boll let at IO i'd and 36,000 lbs loo-c. city sweet pr.
klcd baiusal llal3>,c.
Bacon ls vory- careo, sud Ibo llltlo boro held abovo Ibo |
view of buyers.
Lord ls mill dull, and prices favor tim buyer.
Sales of 7C0 bbla aud tes, luuslly Saturday evenliiK. at
lDialllic fur No ll I IMall J.c for cit,- ; 13,',;alJ.'-c for
fair to primo steam, and 13'io lor kettle reudercd.
Cornu, l.i without chande, the duiuaud bsi beou
Corros-Tho market to-doy is steady but quiet al pre
vious prices. Thc demand ls light al 36}'c lur nilddllni;
uplands, and 37c for do Now Orleans and Texas.
HAT_Tho market ls dull and heavy at 76a9Se for ship
plug, and tlal IS for retail lola.
Stroan- Haw sugars aro Arm. Sales at lia 12c
Cuba, Halloo for l'orto Hirn, aud Havana at 13>'c. Ito
Uuod aro Brui at 16*'al7c fur bards.
WIIISKET-The market 1. Urtu. Bains of 300 bots at 37
alOofor wo.loru, In bond,
Parlour*-Tu liverpool, per sicamor, 16,000 bushels
corn at 6>id.
[from the Shipping Lilt.
Holton Dry Goods Mnrket.
BOSTON, July S.-Tho inuit week tuts been a quiet ono
among tho Dry Goods tracto. Boiuo styloi of Cotton
Gooda aro scarce, and a healthy trado would soon clear
tho market of many kinds. Heavy shcctlugs have boen
aold In largo quantities, and aro uuw held at Xe advaurc.
Tho aalcB havo been at H^alSc. Fino goods aro sold up,
and a slight ad vaneo has already been obtained. Low
price 1 bleached gooda vo acareo end wauled at au im
provement, and medium goods ara selling more Ireely.
Wo quote Suffolk C and Tremont Cat 13' r. Ilrown
drills aro scarce, and bavo been sulllug at IBalOc. Corset
Jeans aro quio:. Notwithstanding Ibo advanco Ihn milln I
will not tncroaao production nulli they get at Icait
cost for their gooda, and supply of ninny kinds will bo
found lo bo quilt small wbeu activo Irado commences.
Cuttou Flannels bavo becu muro Inquired for. Stripes,
ticks and denims aro quito firm and stocks on hand aro 1
small, with moro activity near the close of Ibo week. Wc
quote Cocbocos at 10o, l*aclflo 15 >;c, willi light sales, all
sold up, and demand fur moro, and fall styles not yet !
opeucd; Manchester ir--, anti frocks ir- , willi sales nli/.'y'
of production; tspraguo 16c; ond oUic 1p'uyon o2orC(l>
prices. Midluu)<jiAeJ|I'- wo-j, ,lp TurJ dct0% Tuo ]
Manchester angola flannels aro solllDg at 34c, aud tho Pa- I
clQe binns 22J C. Delaines am quiet and nothing hos
been done. In Woolens 111 oro 1B no particular chingo lo
notice during tho week.
Consignees per south Carolina Hatlroail,
DO halos Cotlou, 811 boga Wheat, 133 bags Flour, 73
bbls Naval Blores, S bales Yarni, I car Lumber, 1 car
Wood, arc. To Courtenay ft Trcnholin. lt ll Agent, G W
Williams Co, Stenhouse at Co, O D llraho tc Co, O I"
Prltcbett, Willis A- Cblsohu, ll HodgeT tc Co, Dnwio i
Molso, G F (Inun, Adams, Frost Ai Co, Moffatt tc Hoyle
C Litscbgi, J A J I) Kirkpatrick, G a Hacker, and W I
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, vi* Hdlou I
Head and Beaufort-Mrs C G Platera and son, J K Bus- |
?ell, wiro and 2 children, Qon F M Jemes, S N Froonian,
C llotbgi. J W Montgomery. W B Richards, Col i: M Sea
brook, Miss Fannie Langford, Miss E U Batino, MIBS "
Bell, S U Furee and lady, and 10 deck.
Pur steamer W W Frailer, from Edlito and ReckviHc
Dr T B Waring, Col Burger, W C Reoves. E W Seabrook,
Mrs Paul H Seabrook, J W Seabrook, and 6 deck.
Per steamer Bt Helena, from Edlato and Rockvillo
(lon ll E Scott. Mr* Waterman and child, Mrs Dorr aud
child, Dr Townsend and lady, Miss Johnson, C Holley
and lady. W Seabrook, JEM Mitchell, J T Mikol!, W
Darcy, P Cbaao, and 12 deck.
ruAsrs or THZ HOOK.
New U. lat, 4b. 2Bm. oren I Kuli M. ICtb.Oh. 3Gm. oven
Kirai y. 81b, Ob. lira, evon | Last C.24tb, 10b.lGm.mom
Now Moon, 30ib, llb. 43m., oven.
12. .M I
POUT Ol' CIlAItLBBTON.
Sehr Renslisw, from Georgetown, 8 C. Shingles and
bun . To J A Enslow A Co.
Steamer Pilot Boy, MoNclty, Savannah, via Beaufort,
Hilton Hoad, Ac. Mdxe. Ac. Tn John Ferguson, W
Kr tad, C Ll tac hgt, U Cordts, W H Harrisson, J Mure,
Mr* Mary E Haynes, T L Cuthbert, Mr* B W Haynes, W
M Lawton ft Co, Gen B E Scott, 8 0 B B Agent.
Stcamor W W Frazier, Boyle, Edie to and Rockville.
Mdse. To J tc T Getty,
Steamer St, Helena, Ramley, Edlato. Mdxo. To J U
Murray, W Gurney, J Oolcock St Co,
Spanish po lacro Despajada. Maria lacy, Bl Jago do Cuba,
8 day . Ballast. To W P Hali
Steamship Mon oka, Marahman, Nsw York-ino ft Theo
Br Bohr Alert, Mann, Halifax, N S-J A Enelow ft Co.
Went to Bea Yesterday.
Steamship Monalta, Marahman, Nsw York.
Prom til 1* Port.
Btcamshlp E B Sonder, Lebby. New York, July 7.
Btoamahlp Bea Gull. Dutton, Ballimore, July 6.
Up for tilla Port.
Bohr lissie Batcha)dor, English, st Baltimore, July 6.
LIST UP VESSELS
BP, CLEARED AND MAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship R O Winthrop, 'Stuart, sailed.iujo5
Tho Trypbonla, Harding, ailed.M.> 36
Ship Anni* Kimball, Lincoln, ailed.May 21
Tho Johannes, Rutar, sall od...May 10
Brig Meteor, Anderson, cleared....,. Juno 23
Behr Calista, Jone*, np.June 21
nebr Welcome B Ueobo, Crawford, up.July 1
Steamship Patapeco, Naff, up.Juno 26
Dark Hannibal, Hawkins, cleared.June 30
Sehr Jona* Smith, Nichols, cleared.Jone IB
Behr Amcricus, Moss, up.Juno IB
Sehr C Pendleton, Wood, cleared.Juna 30
Behr Myrover, Hughos, np.;.July 8
H team nhlii Alliance, Kelly, sailed.June 21
Behr D F Keeling (nsw). Granger, cleared.July 3
Behr Moonlight, Blutes, cleared.Juno 21
Behr Llxxlo Batcbelder, English, np.July 8
OLD MDLISllD DRUG ME
E. H. KiiLiiEiie Sr no
(LA rp; PHLN V BORN)
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS.
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market?
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TO
their usual stock of pure and fresh
EUROPXAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
PC ll AD ES
Comprising invoice from tho most reputable mano
Aurorara. On hand, oil the principal
Including Preparations of AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV
ALIER, DAVIS, WRIGHT, HOLLOWAY, fte. lian, a
largo aaaortmont of
METAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great atUnUon ls paid to tho Importation and seko
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
and nona other aro all OTT ad to go ont of the EsUbUab
(rith accuracy, and the public can
lepcnd ou Ahe utmost reliability In
the execution of orders.
XKEILPS,1I,D... DAER, N.II
For the Handkerchief.
A MORT EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA-?
( I KANT PERFUME, Distilled from tho Karo and
Beautiful Flower from winch il lakes ita nnmo.
MANUFAOTURED ONLY DY THALON & SON,
BEWARE OP COUNTERFEITS.
ARK ron rn ALON'S -TAKE KO OTHER.
Sold by Druggists gonorally, and
Said at Wboloaalo by
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & WI.,
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
TUB WATER OF TRIS SPRING 13 D ELIE VET) TO
bo unequalled by that of any olbcr In tho far-Iaraod
valley ol baratoga. Ila vlrtuca are auch aa bavo soenred
lt the high eucoinlutnH of all who bavo used ll, posses *?
I MK, aa it does. In an eiuiucnt degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterativo and tonic quaUtlos.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. IX. Frofcssoi
Practico of Physic, JcfTursou Modlcal College, Milla
dulphla, formerly of Charlcslou ,H. U.
FUILUIILTUU, November 15, 1BG5.
I tiavo been for a year or moro past in Ibu habit ol
taking tho waler of tho "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed darin;; tho great portion of my Invalid Hie
lo uso Hie dur rent watara of tho several fountains which
boll up alon.! Ihat remarkable valley, dependent, Indood,
upon thuin for much of Ibo comfort I enjoy, 1 am satis
fied that tho Excelsior Water la as well adapted as any
other among thurn, if not uiuro io, to Ibo purposes tor
wldch th ny aro generally employed, lt ls very agreeable,
trungly impregnated with tho carbonic acid, lively and
sparkling. * * * I can heartily aud conscientiously
recommend lt tu all who ucod a coulta cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY HICKSON, M. li.
Tho Water la put up lu Pint and Quart bottles, and
packed lu good order for shipping. Phils lu boxeo, ol
four dozen each, ami ( .uart* lu boxes of two dozou each
BOLD AT WHOLESALE OY
GOODRICH, WINGMAN & CU.,
lin porters anti Wliolesulo Dl'llggiKi s,
No. 1B3 ni Kt: TIMI STREET,
OPPOSITE CU A II MUSTON UOTXL.
now iv: & MOISE,
No. 1GI MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
And for salo by Drat elana Druggists aud lintel*.
January 12 Gmo
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
rTlHIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE
J. SCIUPTION of one of Uio best remato physicians
arid nurses In tho United Stales, and bas been used for
thirty years with covcr-fsJllug safoty aud success by mil
hons of mothers for their children.
It not only n ile ven Ibo child from pain, but Invigorates
tho stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tono
and energy to Ibo wbolo ayatoni.
It will also Instantly relieve
G HIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
Wo believe lt ia tho best and surest remedy In tho
world, tn all caaes of DYSENTERY AND DI A lt lt ut LA in
children, whether it arises from Teething, or from any
Do sure and aak for
MHB. WI NN LOW'S SOOTHItVCJ SYRUP,
Having tho fae ri tn Ho of CURTIS A PEREIN3 on tho
ALL OTHERS ABE DAME IMITATIONS.
For sale by the Wholesale Agents,
HOWIE & MOISE,
No. 1S1 Mt: li, TIN (J STU K KT,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
NOTICE TO HAII.OItS UR IM Si Hill A NTH.
HOTEL OB BOAEDING-nOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERE OF COUNCIL, 1
March IS, 1R 7. I
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOI JAWING ACT OF
tho Legislature, passed the 30th dsy of December,
1860, all persona cc neera cd aro hereby notlfled to call at
thia O th ce and lake out tho required license immediately.
W. IL SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
AM A OT FOR TUE BCTTCn t'OOTSOTIOM OF aEAMEN AMU
muioiiAKTs nt TUE roUT AND iran DO ii or CUAEUJJ
L Heit enacted, dy I Ac Senate and Boute af Representa
lira, now mel and titling in General Attrmbly, and by the
authority of the tame. That lisbali not be lawful for any
person, except a pilot or public officer, to board or at
tempt to board a vessel arriving In the port ur harbor of
charlcslou, before such vessel shall bavo been mado fast
to the wharf, without Brat obtalnlngl cavo from tho mas
tar or person having charge of such vessel, or from ber
owner or agenta.
IL It shall not be lawful for any owner, agent, master,
or other person having chargo of any vessel am vin g or
bolngiu tboportof Charleston, lo permit or authorise
any sailors, hotel or board lng bouse keeper, not UTI..-nd
aa h ero! natter provided, or any agent, runner ur em
ploy e ot any sailor's or immigrant a hotel or boai log
house, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
In. or lying, or ticing In tho harbor or port ol Charleston,
before tuen vessel shall havo been made fast to the wharf,
or anchored, with Intent to Invite, aak or aollctt tue
boarding of any of tho crew employed on such vessel.
UL Ft shall not bo lawful for any sall or's or immi
grant's boto! or boardlog ho uso keener, or tho omployeo
of any sailor's or Immigrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded any ve&sel mtdo fut to sny wharf
lu the port ol Charles ton. to neglect or refuse to leave
said vessel, arter having been ordered so lo do by tho
master or person having chargo of such vesseL
IV. It shall uot ba lawful lor any person to keep, con
duct or carry on, either aa owner, proprietor, agent or
o thur wiso, any sailor's or Immigrant's boarding house,
wttnouThVv.^ 01 ^^P
V. It shall not bo lawful for any iWSt&VSt^^Si.
license in thia Act ire vi Jed, or not hoing de regular
agent, runner or omployeo of a person having each ll
cen ac, to Invito, aak or solic.il tn Iba city or harbor of
Charleston, tho boarding or lodging uf any of the crow
employed on any voaaol, or ol any immigrant arriving in
the said eily of Charleston.
VT. Tho City Council shall take tho application of any
person applylug for a lice use to keep a aallora' or luimf
gran t'a boarding house, or sailor's or immlgrant'a hoted,
in tho city ol tb arl raton, and upon sall lac tory evidence
lo thom of Ibo respectability and competency of such ap
plicant, and of tba suitableness of his accommodations,
shall lawn lo him a license, which shall bo good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
koop a sailor's or Immigrant's boardlug house In the city
of Charleston, and to Invito and solicit boarders for tho
VII. Tho City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
of the disorderly character of any sailor ' or lunnlgnuiU'
hotel or boarding Louse, licensed aa herein before pro
vided, or of tho keeper ur proprietor of any auch bonne,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, In in
viting or soliciting boarders or lodger for such house,
on tho part of such keeper or proprietor, or auy of bis
agente, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per
suade or entice any of tho crow to desert from any vessel
lo Ibo harbor of charleston, by such keeper or proprie
tor, or any of bia agents, runner* or employees, revoke
(ho license fur keeping such house.
YUL Every person receiving tho licenso hereinbefore
provided lor abai I pay to the city Oouuc aforesaid tho
sum of twenty donara.
ix. Tbs said City Connell shall furnish to each Bailor's
or Immigrant's hotel or bearding houao keeper, licensed
by thom aa aforesaid, ono or more badges or shields, on
which shall bo printed or engraved tho name of sueb
hotel or boarding boneo keeper, and tba number and
street of bia hotel or boarding houao; and which said
bi lged or abielda shall be surrendered to said City Coun
cil upon tho revocation by them, or oiplratlon of any
licenso granted by thom, aa berrin provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding,
hnuso keeper, and overy agent, runner or cm ploy oe ol
such hotel or boarding-bouso keeper, when boarding any
vessel in tho harbor of charleston, or when Inviting or
soliciting the boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
or person employed ou any vessel, or or any Immigrant,
shall wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred lo In tho foregoing section. ~
XI. It shall not bs lawful for any person, except those
named In the preceding section, to Lave, wear, exhibitor
display any such shield or badge lo any of tho crow cm.
fitoyndon any vesaej.or to any immigrant BO arriving lu
ho city of Charlo*ton, with tba intent to Invite, aak or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such Immigrant or ol
any of tba crew employed oa any veasol belog tn ibo
harbor of u arlos ton.
XII. Whoever shall offend against any or cither of the
provisions cdutauted In section I, 'J, JJ, i, f>, IO and ll, in
thia Act, shall be deemed guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
shall, upon conviction thereof, be pnnlshod by imprison
ment for a terni not exceeding uno year, and not lesa
than thirty days, or by a lina not exceeding two hundred
and arty dollar r-, and not loss than ono bandied dollars,
or by both auch line end Imprisonment
XIII. The word "vessel,' aa used tn thia Act, ahall In
clude veaaola propelled by steam.
In tao Senate House, tba twcnUelh day of Decombi r, in
the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and
sixty-six. W. JJ. PORTER,
President of Lhe Senate.
ODAS. IL HIMONTON,
Speaker House of Representatives.
Approved December 30, lgee :
. JAUCH L. Oas, Ooveraor,
DRUGS, CHEM.' ALS, ETC.
M HAIL wira
liOI'E FOR THE DESPONDING INVALID.
DBFKIi NOT TIIK UKE OF
nu\m\a ELIXIR si'ixinr.
MANY WHOSE IIECLINIKa HEALTH, WHICH
vms precarious, amt Uiolr rocoTcry despaired of,
do now Itu gralelnl emanations tn HIP All-Wiau Dis
poser, nlTer lieartrcll thanks tor this timely n-tni ly. Dur
Ii-,! tho abor.' time since it public Introduction lulu uso,
I'ie Originator has moat happily realized her most nnii
RuHio expectations In iiuuiifosleUons leaning from nil
?purtora ur Ila unporalcltcxl ciiratlTo properties. Tor In no
case where ll baa bcon administeren nilli regnnl tn di
ructions, and porsovorod in, boa it lolled in Ita bcucflctal
lu ri- .rilli to thia remedy, ibo Invalid can depend
upon Uio narety orovcry article, in its preparation, and
while lt sccclerules thc healthful n acUona ol racli organ
ami rossel, tbe mlud can bc |iorfcctly freo from appre
hension of any BUbtlo ingredient bellin insinuated lute Us
Tho apatite, wldcti Improvi-B under Its ndmlnlstrnUou,
Is at liberty to Indulge prudently tn whatever , untrue ont
ls palatable, dl|;eatlvv anil wholesome, mid wiitin lt in no
moro thau proper lo avoid exposure tu ircali cold, no lear
need bo entertained of any llabllily under this colimo of
treatment to Indued ll. It ls B pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quito agreeable to Um taste, and ss a lung re
vi vi fycr sud balaaxu of heall b, ll ls dixlltiKUlililtig Hf ol rim
without precedent, and we trust wlU, ero lon.', claim tor
itself general acclamation for Us unrivalled efficacy.
For salo by Hie Propriolrvas, Mrs. ci (TI.IA ito I ntl
GUE'H, northwest corner of MEETING AND SOCIETY
STREETS, and principal Druggists.
I'lllOE SINGLE UUTILE 1.25.
THIA DEUCIODR TONIC, 1 Hl Kt'iAI.I.Y DESIGNED
for Uio uso of tho
Mid it ul Profession mid tho lum i ly,
is now endorsed by all thc promlnont Physicians. Chotu
iata and Connoisseurs, as possessing ali those intrinsic
medicinal nuaUUea (louie aud dluretlci which belum; to
OLD AND PURE OIN.
Wo trust that our established reputation rounded
upon eighty-eight years ol oxnorioncc-abundanUy vin
dicates, our Claims to pubUc confidence, and guaran
tees tho excellence of UIIH Slaudsnl Article.
Put up In cases containing ono dozen buttles each said
sold by sU prominent Druggists, Grocers, Ac.
A. M. HIM NO Kit A CO,
(Established 1778. Molo Importen
No. IS Beaver stree1, Now Yoi
Opinions of Iii Press.
Tho Ululngcrs, No. 15 Iii aver hired, hsvo a very high
reputation to stisUUn, as tho oldest ami best house In
New York.-//omi Journal.
'rho UOIISO of A. M. I'lnlugrr k Co., No. IR Heaver
street, lias sustained, for a|icriod of eighty years, a rt-pit
UUou that may well bo envied.-A'. 1'. Erm inp /Au/.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. ItO MEETING STREET,
Op poid to Cliarleaton Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
srccEssons TO KIN A CASSIUEY,
NO. 161 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, B. O.
January M _ tilths Gmo
sWTHE HALE OF THE FIiANTATION BIT
THUS is without precedent In Ibo history of the world.
Thora ls BO secret in the matter. They are at one lbs
most speedy, strength an lng health-restorer aver dis
covered. Il requires bot a alngla trial to understand
thia. Their purity can always ba relied upon. They
ara composed or the celebrated Callaaya Hark, Carcarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Ohamomlta Flowers, Lavender
Plowers, Wintergreen, Amino, Oloverbude, Orange-peel,
Snake-root. Caraway, Coriander, Hurdocx,
They are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
ll csp ax era, and persons of literary babita and seden
tary Ufa, who roqnlr free dlgesUon, a relish for food,
and clear menial laoulUec.
Delicate femalaa and woak persons are certain to find
tn these Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and Invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They ara an antidote to change of water and diet.
They overcome effects of dlsalpaUon and late honra.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mlesmaUo and Intermittent fevers.
They purify th breath and acidity of the stomach.
They core Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They oura Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morona.
Sh ey cure Liver Complaint ead Nervous Headache.
They are the best Bitters in the world. They maka
the weak man strong, and ara exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen st our office.
Latter of Bar. E. V. On Lira, Chaplain of tba 107tb | New
Havan AOQOTa OmtZK. March 4th, 1848.
Owlngfto the great exposure and terrible d composi
tion after the battle of AnUetam, I waa utterly prostrat
ed and vary al ok. My stomach would not retain medi
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Dun, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength aad an appetite. Tn my great snxprlae they
gave mo Immediate reitet Two bottles alis oat allowed
mo to Join my reoUoent. . . . . I have stn cc seen
them used tn many oases, and am tree to say, for hos
pital er private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Ber. E. V. (JUANE, Chaplain.
Leiter from the Ber. H. K. G ruo, Ot OlalrartUa, Pa.
G xHTijcuan :-Ton wore kind enough, on a former oc
casion, to ncr) me a half daxxen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for IS SO. Hy wiro having derived so much
ben ant from tba nae of. these Billers, I desire ,M to
con Un ne them, and you win claaa* uni si rix uuiuae
more for sne moM, enclosed.
I am, very truly, yo-tra,
H. B. QILUB, pt,tor Oer. nef. Church.
BoLDlxaj' Hom, Bu F XJUKTEHC HXT'a O moa, 1
OnfOTHif Ti, Onto, Jan. lfith, laos, f
. ..>..* . . .
I kare giran ymir PlenteUon Hitters to hundreds ot
our noble soldiers who slop bera, more or less dlssbled
from various canses, and the effect ls marveUons and
Snob a preparation aa thia ls I heartily wish In every
family, In every hospital, and st band on ovary battle
Bald. a. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendant,
Dr. W. A Gtaxne, Burgeon of the Tenth Vermont Re
giment, writes:-"I wish every soldier had a botUe of
Plantation Billers. They are the moat affective, pox,
feet, and harmless tonio I ever used."
Wrtxaas'a H emu >
WAH mu u ron, D. 0., May aid, 1(143. J
BaTsTaUatni-We require another supply of jrnnr
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o whian dally In
creases with tho guests cf our house.
8 YE EB, CHAD Vi ICH k Co.
ko. ka. kc. ko. ko.
Bo avro that every bottle bears the fac-ilmllo of onr
signatura on a stool plato labio, with oar privsto stamp
over the cork.
V. II. DRAKE & CO.,
NO. 903 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Bold by all rejrpoclabio Druggists, Physicians, Grocers,
Saloons and country Hotel-dealers.
April 18_ thstulyr I
Omoi CLKHE or Council, l
" . May 1807. 1
Tbe foUowIng SccUon of .' An Ordinance lo abolish the
o3lc of Boperinlcndent of Streets ; to pr vido for Hoop
ing the Streets, Lanes, Alloys, and open Courte In tho
Olly of charleston Clean, and f r other purposes," ls
hareby pubUshed tor Ibo Information of all ronoerned :
F rths due protectlou of Ibo said contractor or con
tractors, it it further ordained, Thal every oweer, loasoo,
occupant and tenant of any premisos fronting in any'
street, lane, alley, or open court, shall on every dav:
(Sundays oxceptcd) have tho dirt, flllh. garbage, or other
offal, placed in front nf his or her lot. In a barral, box or
heap, and In reediness rur tba contractor, by tho hour ol
oven o'clock, A M., from the dist day of Mty to the
Ural dav or November In every year ; and by tho hour of
nlno o dock, A. M., from tho first day of November to
the first dsy of May following. And any person offend
ing herein, or placing any dirt, filth, garbage, or other
offal, In any street, lane, or alley, or open court, after the
hours abovo named, shall be subject to a Ano not less
than I wo nor more Uian Ove dollars, for each and ovary
offence, lo be Imposed by the Mayer.
By order W. n, SMITH,
May IS Pork of Ifctuwa.
" - ? ; .. ....-; : ? . i
DRUBS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
A CERTAIN CURE.
WK HA VB USED GALLKWAN'H PILLS. AND FIND
that Ihry will ilu all thal IH claimed lur them, and
cheerfully recommend them lo public favor.
Ti ll. WATTI , Ex-Ooveniur nf Alabama.
J. VV. A. MAMU UU1>. Alfy Oon'l ol Alaliama.
llOIIT. DOUlllItRT Y, Judge Supremo Court Ala.
From THOMAR J. .lunar.. Judge Supreme Court.
Ilmvc lined UALLUIIIAN'K lil, I.S. .n my plantation
for Porer mid Ague, aud Hud th nu all that In clalmcil for
them. TIIO& J. J UDO E.
Montgomery. Ala., September 2! , 1858.
T.OWHDEB COUNTY, Alalama.
GALLlGHAN'S FEVF.R AND AGUE HUH will do.
They aro decidedly Ibu bent medicino for Chill aud lou
ver I evir gave. I would not bc without them for flu
Dinoa U10 price. J. A. GRAHAM.
"_" ,"., Allumons, April 17, 19G7.
ofChllL and Fw *?'W U.iU cured me perfectly
Cldllfl and Fever I ever saw. A. O. ItONAL >S0N7
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ila.
MoMTiiOMKnv, ALA., July 0, 1800.
Moura. BLUNT K HALE-GENTS: 1 have used your I
(IAI.I.KIHAN'S FILLS un two occasions for Chilla sod '
Fever, and l'uni that they e fleet all that they aro Intend
cd lo do. They ara tho beat remedy for tho dlacarc th ii
1 have over tried. I oouuldcr them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN'I. HA YUK,
Grund Sec. (irand Lodgo of F. and A. M. of Alabama.
Ar.nu.-T, QA., March ll, 1807.
I have med OALLIOHAN'S PILLS lu forty casern.
Chills ami Fever, with perlcct success. Tlioy arotl.i
beat Fever sud Ague 1111 put up.
A. a FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CUARLKSTON, UY
GOODRICH, \VI\l:.ll\\ A 1:0.,
Nu. IOU Meeting eh cot.
And by all Druggists.
I1LOUNT Ai IIALK,
May ll (Imo Montgomery, Ala.
Y TUB .nra
f\\f \ INDIAN MEDICINE,
IV AB/ util Cutes ail diseases caaseil by
^C^K. I ff At self-abuse, vit :- Spermator
YfZ JT)gSC /SX, Then. Srtninul ? \ftakntt ,
Y/AfiitlrS* Sight ? Kmtttiont, i.o*< of
JHMvlin Memory, Unirertal /..ml
lfiK_TSr tude, /'nins in (As Surit, Otm
>^f3S^a A-niM of Vition, Pr matur
f*&S rTK&&f KM 01,1 As*' ',V',<' 'V'RR". iHffi
- iT^ K'TVlft2i*Jc''''' Breathing, J'aie Vounte
^^ ^JS^Vf^pP^'1'''-'1". Insanity, (' iiwuinrj
low as a sequence nf youthful Indiscretions.
Tho Chenikco I'uro will realero health and riger,
step the emissions, and effect a permanent curs
aller all other mr.Heines have failed. Thirty-two
pace pamphlet seat lu a ecalcd envelope, freo to any
Price %2 per bottlo, or three bottles for S3. Sold
by all drucvlsls; or will be sent by ci press to any
portion of tba world, on receipt of price, by th*
Dr,_W. B. MERWIN, 37 Walker Et,, H. Y.
jttt^y^ fT\^^ plaints, vii: (7rar<!,5n>a'ain.
fLA. Mab, 11V morion nf th Bladder and
wr^xJSBS lift A"'n'i". Retention af
iSttt&Sl&rWaXt^ M t/reth re.: Dropsical Sutil
MnBsBxnMElfiy'"^'i Brick utt Depctite,
^JTH ^HH*r l v and all diseases th t requtro
^^ujljpsBk*^s a diuretic, and when used In
J ix-s net fail lo cure Oonorrhta, Ole et and all Itu
cou Vitchnrgt* In Male or Female, curios; recent
eau* in from one to three ifrip*. and ls especially
recommended lo those cases or Fluor Albvt or
White* in Femalet. The two mclklr.es used In
conjunction will ont fall to remove this disagreeable
complaint, anil In those casca where olhor medicinas
bavo been used without success.
Price, Remedy, Ono Bottle, tl. Three Dollies, |B.
Injection, " " %% " "SA
The Cherokee u Curt," " llemedy," and "Men
tion " ara to ba found In all well regulated drug
stores, and aro reenmmended by physicians and
drngglita all over tho world, for their Intrinsic, worth
anil merit. Bomo unprincipled dealers, however,
try to deceive 'lie lr customers, by selling cheap and
worthless compounds,-In order to make money
In place of these. B not dtctlctd. If tho drug
glsta will not boy thom for yet, writ? to us. and ws
will send them to you by ejtpreoe, securely packed
sari free from observation. Wo treat all diseases to
which the human system ls snt.Joct, and will be
pleased to receive full and explicit statements from
those who bavo fslic.1 to rtcclve relief heretofore.
Luhes or gentlemen can address us in perfect con*
flde.net. Wo dtslro to send our thirty-two pass
pamphlet nco to every lady and pantie man In the
land. Address all letters for pamphlets, modlclnoa,
or advice, to the solo proprietor, ff
ti Or. W. H. H HR WIN, 37 Walker BL. H. T.
SIMILI i SIMIL1BUS ( UK AN THU,
RAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EZPE
HIENCF, an en Ure auocosa : S) m pie-Prompt-Ern
e-lent and Reliable. They are the only medicines per
(ectly adapted to popular nae-so simulo that mistakes
eannot bs made In using them; ao harmless aa to be
tree from danger, and ao efllciont aa to be always rolla
bia. They have raised the highest commendation froto
alb and will always rendor satisfaction.
No. 1, cures Fevers, Congestion, TnfUrnmsUoni.. 38
.i t, >. Worina, Worm-Fever, Wonn-Oolo.. 31
. I, " Crying Collo, or Teething of In
" .. " Diarrhoe of Children or Adulta.... ai
6, Dy sera tee y, Qrlpln.it, Dillons OoUe... St
" , (Minina Mor lia i. Nunns, Vomit
T, " CoagLs, Oolds, Bronchitis.
M 8, " Nenralalsi, Toothaohe, Faoaacba.. SI
" 0, .. Headaches,Bick HeadaclisJVrrtlgo.. SI
" IO, " Dyspepsia, BUlons Stomach..
" ll, " Banpresserl, or Painful Periods....,
" 13. " Willies, too pro fase periods. I
" IS, Orono, Gough, Difficult Breathing.. 9
" 14, " Hall. Itlieum, Erysipelas. HrupUon*. fat
a" 18, " lllie-mattIssn, Bheumatlo Faina... tl
IC, " Firer and Agaa, Chill Fever,
" IT, ' " Piles, Blind or Bleeding. IO
.. IB,' < Op th eil my, ad Born or Weak itjtt. H
" 19, Cata -n, Acuhn nr nhmnlo. InSn
" 90, " Wlioopln K t'ouHli, Vluliuit (kragbs fte
M 91, .' Asthma, Opproaaed BraaUxlng,. (0
"S3, .' Kar DUcfnarsea, Impaired Hear
" SS, Scrofula. Enlarged lands, Sw all.
" 21. General Debility, Physical Weakness 00
35, .. Dropsy and Scanty Secretions.. cc
" 30, " Baa Blokncaa. Blclruesa from Hid
" 97, " Kidney DIseaae, Gravel. go
" 38, " W er von s Ucl.illly, Bemlnal Emla
sioua. Involuntary Ulactarghs.1.0C
" 99, " Bore Mnnih, Oanker. IO
" S3, " Urinary Incontinence, Welting
" ll, " Pa 111 rut Par Sod a, even with
Bnasrr 1. 10
" 13, " BatrerAxsgs at Change of Lfs.1.00
N 8, i Kpllapay, Bpasma, ut. Vllua' Danoa.L00
ii SA, <? Dlplherla, Ulcerated Bore Trost,... so
ti villi, morocco ease sod book. 10.01
SO largs vials, la morocco, and book. 6.0t
SO large vials, piaba case, and book. ft ot
U boxes' (Boa. Ito IS), and book....:. s.oc
Uahogany eaaea. 10 vials.lint :
Ungle vlala, with dlrootlona. 1,00
s0"Thesa remedi is, by tba casa or alngla boa, ar
tent to any part or the country, by Mall or Expreso, tra
>f nhargo, on reoelpt af the prion. Address
HOMOEOPATH IO M li LUCINE COMPANY,
Office and Depot No. 66. Broadway, Nsw York.
Dr. Hoarrnoxra ls consulted dally at his office, per
tonally or by latiar, M above, for alt forma of disease.
DOWIF. di .MOISE. Wholesale Agenta. 1
No. isl Meeting street,
Opposlto Charloatou Hotel.
W. A. BICfURK.
A. VV. IC CK Kl. Al CO.. Retail Asants,
No. 331 KLNO-BTBEBT, Ith doorabovaMarket-at
-tpH I _Oharlssteu. a a
THOMAS R. AGNEW,
nrpoBTia AKD DXAUUI IN
Fine arocex-Iaa, Cholee Teas, Bte.. Bio,
NOS. 300 and 3S3 GREENWICH-JT" COB. CF ll Ultu AS',
DA VEGA, YOUNG k M oKENZLE
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
'' ? Nos. 30 and 40 Park Bow.
ISAAC DAVXUA, . S
esoBos a to DHU,_J nsw IORY,
bSTBABD I , MoKITH TB, J
HA VniQ HP CEAD TO THF YOB Kl QM OOLLOO
TIOM BtJHlNKiSS Of MSSSXS. BIBNIT, PBaVS
Ulli) h FLA Hi i g rut, wa will al tend io th collection CI
p lidas maa m tarit g claims throngs ont ts* Cerise
StSS SttS Caaa-is,
t mwuiBawaf>BJ> FQM AU TUM STirss,
IMPORTANT T COTTON PLANTERS.
A SOUTH KI IS INVENTION. ?
PATEKT I.AI OI!-SAVIN<
IRON SCREW COTTON nm.
f pill-. LAI KKT ANIi V I* A ll Till* MOST PERKE rr I
J_ ITITI ON SCREW yet luvt hird. WHk one mute
a llcavy 1 ml i . i un lie rtiHily parknl. Si ml for Hi m rlp
llvu niitl Irliv Lisi, lo I'. K. j I Uti KR,
limerai ARI ut lot IbeKlatr,
Nu. 73 KIIHI liny. tiiarli'Hlou, K. C.
vj RAILWAY AND STEAMBOAT SUPPLIES. Portable
II anil stall..i m . Ki-giu *. suw OIIIK, llnrry'a M.C.U
M tliy lim., ur i-i Milln. Hui. Milln. ll r o Power*,
' -, Tlirralirm, Itiapcv . llilliiifH, Ott , Iron,Steel. WIM
sj T'H Kim Proof Kaii H, I'lnliorui nuil Counter Neale*
5- Ac, Ac l'or salo by
<!. K. I-T1.TG.T3K.
No. 73 EAST HAT, ('I IA It I.I> rn \, S. < .
May 'J nilli limos
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
FOU T Z 'S~~
HORSE AND Illili, hiv, lil lix.
ERS, YELLOW WATER
POUNDER, LOSS OK
APPETITE AND VI
TAL ENERGY, kc.
ITS USE IMPROVES
THE WIND, IN
CREASES THE AP
PETITE-O I V ? S A
SMOOTH ami GLOS
nJ>rmi,K, !Ua . .. ^. .
INTO A UNI*. LOOK
ING AND SPIRITED UOltsTl
'I lin preparation, IIIIIK
a li il favorably known,
will thoroughly rcllivi^u- j
ral. broken ilowti ami
low-Kpiiiloil lu.IM.-, by
B t ru ii (t t li en i ii R ami
cleansing ibo stomach
It IH a .ure provm
of ntl diseases incident
to IIIIH uniinal. mich a
LUNG FEVER. (I1JINU
EAVES, COUGHS, DIS
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
1NVALUAI1LE. It In
creases thc quantity
and improves Ibo quali
ty of Ibo M I L E. Il
linn been proven by ac
tual experiment to In
crease Hie ouniitily ol
MILK and U REAM
twenty per cent., aud
maka the RUTTER
nrin ami .weet. In fal
l_ telling r-iltle, lt Ri v o
! them an appetite, o
ena tbclr hide, aud makes Ibem thrive much faster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE SUCH AS COUGHS
UT.L<- ERB IN THE
LUNGS. LIVER, Ac,
thia artil le acts OH a
ipcciuL'. Dy putting
from one-half a paper g
to a paper lo a barrel
of swill tho above dis
eases will bo eradica
ted or entirely pre
vented. If given in
Umo, a cor Lain preventivo and euro for Hie Hog Cholera.
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
No. 110 FRANKLIN STREET
FOR SALE HY
DOWIE & MOISE
SOUTHERN DRIK! ROUSE,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE: CIIARLEHTUN HOTEL.
March 33 stuthfimo
"A smile was on her Up-health waa In her look
I strength waa In ber step, and In ber nanas-Pnurra.
I noa Di rr ana."
A few bottles of PULHTATION Ulmus
WLU our. Nerton. Headache.
.* Cold ExtremlUea and Feverlah Lips.
" Boar Stomach and Fetid Breath.
11 Flatulency and Indlgeauon.
" Nervous Affections.
" Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath,
.i pain over iha Evo*.
.I Mental Despoil Jenny.
" Prostration; Great Weakneas.
11 Ballow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Aa,
Which are tho evldencea of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA,
It ts carim sled that seven-tenths of aU adnlt alimenta
proooed from a deceased and torpid liver. Tba biliary
accretion, of the liver overflowing Into the stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit Uie above symptoms.
After long research, wa are able to present tba moil
remarkable cure for those horrid nightmare diseases,
tba world baa 07er produced. Within one year over ali
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken tbs
PLoainon Brm!as, and not an instance of complaint
bas oomo to onr knowledge I
It Is a most effectual tonio and agreeabts s tl malan
I salted to all conditions of Ufa.
The reports that lt relies opon mineral snbitsnoea fo
Ita aeUve properties, aro wholly la E.a. For tba sall*
faction of the pabilo, and that patienta may eon ml
their physicians, we append a list af Ita components.
OAU.AVA BABS.-Celebrated for over two hundred
reara tn the treatment of Fever and Agna, Dyspepsia,
Weakneas, etc. It waa Introduced Into Europa by tbs
Count*sa, wife of the Viceroy of Parn, In 1810, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuit s far tha enormous prie* of
its cum toeigkt in silver, under the nama of Jesuit s i\ne
dert, and waa finally mado public by Louis XVI, King
of France. Humboldt makes especial reference to Itt
febrifuge quail tl ea during his South American travel*.
ri. n.un . Ba a-For diarrhea*, 00lio and dlseaart
ol th* stomach and bowal a.
DawDxujoa-For Inflammation of the lolna and drop
leal a (Tee tl ona.
O HAU o Mi r-a FLO wa ns-For enfeebled dig et lion.
La van-nan KLOWXBJ-Aromatio, slim alan land tonio
highly Invigorating in nervous debility.
WnrranoazzN-For aero ru la, rheumatism, ate.
Anna-An aromatio carminauve; or eating naen,
I muscio and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orango, carraway, coriander, anaka.
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great na* among
I the Spanish ladle* of Bonth America, imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilllanoy to tba mind, la yet un
known to Ins oom meroe of the world, and wa withhold
Hs name for the present.
Hoon Karan, H. ?.. December 28,18SL
Masara. P. H. Doxam at Oo.-I have been a r i ..*.'
Drer from Dyspepsia !.<? "-tr"- }""* L****" htA 10
ti>u,u.u ray jTrtlioslIon, About three mouths ago I
tried !ha Plantation Bitters, and to my great juy I am
now nearly a well maa. I havo recommended them In
aeveral cases, and, aa far as I know, always with signal
benoni. I am, respectfully yours.
DST. J. H. OATHORH.
PiTTT.inw.wfi11 loth Month, 17th Day, 1861.
HKSTXOTZD Pusan:-My daughter ha* boen much
I ben edt tod by tho nae of thy Plantation Bittere. Thon
wilt send me two bottles mora.
Thy friend, ABA CUBRIR.
Birsauta Hocaa, Cmoioo, Ht, t
Psbrnary ll, isca. |
M xs rsa. P. H. Dinna & Oat-Please send us another
J twelve cases of your Plantation Bitter*. As a morning
I sppetlxer, they appear to have superseded everything
else, and ara greatly esteemed.
Tour*. Sta. o AUK h WAITE
Arrangement* ar* now oompteted to supply any de
mand for thia article, which haa not heretofore boan
The pabilo rory reit assured that In no ease will th*
perfectly pure standard ol the PXAWTATIOS Brrrxn* be
departed from. livery boitU bears Hu fae-simUe of eur
rtgnoiurt em a licet plat* engraving, err it connel bs gm
Any merion pretending lo lett Plater-.no* Bn-ram* In
bulk or by thc gallon, il a swindler and impotlcr. tteuare
of refitted bottles. Bu that our Private Stamp it UKaro
ri LA-raia over every cork.
Bold by aU Druggist*, Grocers and Dealers throughout
P. H. DRAKE & GO., New York.
THE DIST TOMI! NOW IN USE !
"VETBICKERS and MUS- -
VV TACHES forced to P**9 i
grow anon the smoothest H U
nco in from three to Uv* VBIW nu
weeks by using Dr. BEY'Id- saaaataT
N E ? 8 REnTAUTlATKUR BK
CAPILLAIRE. U10 most fif-BfBBw
wonderful diaoovery in mo- SHMaasy
darn elenco, acting upon M T
tho Board and Hair In an almost mlraeulont manner. It
has been used by the elite of Purls and London with the
moat flattering success. Names of all purchasers will
be registered, and lt entire satisfaction hi uot given In
ovory In tan oe, the money will be cheerfully refunded.
Prie* by mall, aaatod and postpaid, il. Descriptive cir
culara and testimonials malled free. Address BEBO ER,
8HUTT8A: CO., Chcmlita, No. IRA River street Troy, N.
V'j^o^AgenU for UK United fllatts
Cl? I CK RR I KU il SONS
MANUFACTURERS < >F
NO. (552 BRO AI) W A1
CHICKERINC, * 8 OH S'
Grand, Square and Upright
AHE NOW. AH TUEV EV KR HAVE DEEM, CON
HIDEHKD Uio boat Iii Auiorlca. baying boen
BlVrV-riVR eui/.': M KOA l.H ,
Of blob fnnrtnnn worn received lo Ibn month* of Hop
tembor and OrUilior, 1805, and drat premiums over aU
competitors nt tho dirforoitt principal Fairs In tbli
oomitry, and tho PRIZE MEDAL at tba
WORLD'S FAlJtt, XiUifi>o%T.
T' 11 A I, II li ll ti'S O PT UIO J*.
I consider Ohlckerlng k Hons' Plano*, beyond oom.
partum, tba bast I havo soon In Amorlca.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instrnmon
Ills with feeUug* ol prldo a* American manufacturers
that wo publish the following toatlmonlals, which have
boen roooived by ns recently:
Received during lite month of August, I860,
LONDON*. July 26, 1BCT.
Munns. OniOKsniNo k HONS-(Ionia: I havo mnch
pleasure in enclosing a document sinned by the first
componer*, musicians and profosiorn In Europe t hold
your Pianos in inch high estimation (vide my certifi
cate) that I felt lt my duty to take one of thom with ma
to Knropo, to ascertain tho opinion of my professional
brethren. Tho enclosed oertlflcatn wlU prove bow
unanimous they havo boon on Ibo enbject. I beg to
forward, at the same Umo, a lotter I received from my
friend, Mr. Collard, which I am uro most bo graUfy
tng to yon.
I havo tho honor to be, RenUemen, yonra very truly,
JAM KB M. WE ll Ll.
LONDOM, J unary 14, 1840.
Jami Af. ITeAH, Ktq, :
MT DEAD Bm: I have great ploasura In asking yento
convey to Messrs. Ohlekorlng tho FI pro-sion of my
highest approval of (heir Instrument. It ls, I oonah!er,
not merely the boat Instrument of American mannlao
luro that 1 Lavo tried, but one of Ibo fiueat (irand Piano
fortes thal baa ovor coma nndor my cbservatlan; and
tba Messrs. Chlckorlng may well be proud of having
turned ont from their manufactory an Instrument,
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, ll
wonld be very dUBcnlt to snrpsaa In any part of tho
Sear slr, vory sincerely yonra,
OU AB. D. COLLARD.
Firm of collard A Collard, Piano-forte Manufacturera,
Lo SIDON, Angn.lt 23, 1846.
So-m/i it. Wehli, Ki . :
Mi Daun Stu: Aa yon are going back lo Ibo United
ntatea, I munt beg yon to remember mo kludly tu tho
Mesara. Uhlckerlng. Tell them 1 waa delighted with
their Grand Pianoforte- OJ good an inttrv^unt, / Utrik
or tent fwr turned out, beth in touch andter i.
Wishing you, Ac., I remain ever ti jly,
IL F. UUU&DWOOD.
Pirra of I- Broadwood At Bona, Piano-forte Manufac
LO DO , July 90, 1866.
Meurt. Chickering <& Som:
GENTS: I havo Just been Invited by Monars. Oollard to
try a Urand Plano-fotto mannfaclnrod by yon, and I
have no herniation in ondoralng the opinion of my old
friend, Mr. O. D. Collard, via: That lt la tho flues! In
strument I over played on.
believe me, geutlamon, mont faithfully yonra.
J. L. HATTON.
rvnicior.iai, from the nott diidnouuArd ArtitU in Suropt
to Mum. Chickering <C .Ysru:
LONDOR, Jnfy 96, 1866.
Having played npon a Plano-forta made by Meaara,
Ohlckerlng A Bona, of Boston and New York, I hara
much pleasure In teaUfylng to ita general excellence.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tone, deUcaoy of
touch and magnificent power for concert purposes, I
consider lt a really (lui H n PiaMO-roa-nc ANO DROIDKD
LV TU K BUT I nava sxaH or AaixiucuH MANDVAOTrmn.
ARABELLA GODDARD. GIULO REOONDI.
O. A. OSBORNE. ALFRED JAELLt
W. Killin LINDSAY BLOTER.
JULES BENEDICT. J. MOBOHELEd,
M. W. BALFE. Prof. or OonsarvstoLra da
UH AH. BALLE. Lelpalg.
RINLEY RIOHARDB. H. AUTHUR O IT AP PEL,
RENE EA VARI,Eli. Director of Monday Con
B DNK SMITH. certa, London.
Among tho chief points of exoellenoe of the Ohlcker
lng Pianos, of which speak the renowned artista In their
congratulatory testimonial lo the Molars.Ohlckerlng,
aro tho greatest possible depth, richness and volume of
tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, clearness and
porfoct evenness throughout the entire scala; and,
above all. a anrprlslsg duraUon of sound, the pure ana
sympaUisUo quality of which nevor changea under the
most delicate or powerful touch.
During tho past forty-three years this firm has mann
In the oonstrucUon of which they have lntrodnoed ovary
blown and valuable Improvement They bava Invaria
bly been sel nc ted and used by all of the world's oe
knowledged great artlats who havo visited tula country
profeaalonaUy, both for primo and pubUo nae.
TH Al, I! ic HU.
I consider Cl-dn * - *? -- a-tanos, boyona oas>
Art.._-L- 1 havo ever scan In America.
I con alder Ohlckerlng k Bona' Pianos superior to any
In the world.
They are unrivalled for their tinging qoallUos and for
tho harmonious roundness or their tons. There ls a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the registers. The
upper notes are remarkable ror a dearness and purity
which I do not find In any other Instrument, while the
base ta dlaUngalahed for power without harshness, and
for a magnifie ont sonority.
Your Pianos ara superior to any X have ever asan In
Ibis conntry or In Europe,
I hara novar htavrd a lona so perfect; lt yields every
expression that ls needed In makio, and Its quality ls
oapablo of change to meet every sentiment This ls a
rare power, and la derived from tba perfect surit; of
ita tono, together with Its sympathoUo, elasUo seri well
During the psst eight years I have oona tautly play sd
upon the Jun Hy celebrated Erard Pianos; yonra ar* tba
enly Instrumenta that I have found, either bera or In
Europa, to equal them In eli their pointa of excellence.
It mar ba aa liaise to ry to oar patron* and fri an rt*
among the publia at large to state that testimon ala harri
been received from all tba leading artist* wno hara
visited or are now residing In th* United B ta tes, a few ot
whoso names, besides those above, we append:
LEO. PE METER. O MTAV HATTER.
ALFRED JAEL. J, BENEDICT.
IL r A1TOKRSON. M- BTBAEOBOII.
IL HUFFMAN. JULLIEN.
And many other*,
AT* ILLUSTRATED ALI1UM8 ABD FBIOA LI TR
BA MT Bk* MAIL.
No. 652 Broadway,
HENRY SIEGLING, Ar't
OHAHLEf TON 8. O'