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8ATTJBPAY MORNING, JULY 20, 1867.
THE PARTING POINT.
Thus far, then, side by aide.
The self-seme path we're plied?
1 Oar nope, oar prospect sod horizon one?
: , Now this new path I choose;
Yet blame not nor accuse, >
But, parting, bid me, in God's name, go
For sun by day or night,
Through tra>ad end dc^ght, )
With mon, or talking with the earth and sea.
I find no written rule,
Nor form of creed or school
But som thing that bests here is more to me.
Tis better thus to part;
Rut falsehood to the heart
Shoots bitterer arrows barbed with self-disdain;
The beuten wares are sweet,
Worn with a thousand feet?
. Sot with old foot-prints must my path be plain.
Think not the eternal Good
- Is measured with man's rood.
His thoughts eoanned, as the stars are. one by one.
No prophit, saint or sage
Shall som up truth, or gauge
God's purpose ripening as the ages run.
. m croons and In rote.
Through tho tame sunshine glows,
One never wares crimson and one trembles gold?
\ Scat though alone claim sight ?
Is tor* less free than bght,
" ' Lore's rayi m human heartless manifold ?
Nay, yet, thro' acorn and hate,
We hail but ens thing greet.
One power the universal heart approves.
With lore's free sandals shod, g
Man's feet may find out God,
' rs^t, FarfromUMwori'i'agTesiwsTsijri
H. port of the Assistant Commissioner of
Enedmen'i Affair? in Mtseiltlppl.
Us? report of Brevet Major-General A. 0. G?
tern, Assistant Commissioner of Freedmen's Af
fairs in MfajriaaHrmi for the month of Hay last, has
just been received by the Commissioner. General
G?tern states that registration is proceeding
throughout the State in a quiet end orderly men
Mr. The destitution reported is being relieved by
agents, who have supplied for that purpose. 8ub
Asaiatant Commissioners have been directed to
giro such information to the freedmen as win
enable them to understand end appreciate their
rights end dntiee under the Reconstruction lew.
The crops, he eeys, ere looking well, end justify
hopee of en abundant yield. There is but little room
for doubt that a* muco, greater amount of bread
etufls will be produced this year than in any pre
viooa year. ' The corn and cotton crops are prom
ising well Much tees damage was sustained from
the greet flood than was et first supposed. The
SSeeon is 1er enough advanced to afford en abun
dance of green corn and other vegetables, and the
General think* that now assistance should be
Sfbrdod only to the physically helpless. In
the sub-district of Oxford a decided dispo
sition is manifested by the civil authorities
to give the freedmen au the privileges belong
ing to ahem in the law, and tho Assistant Com
--nor has yet to team of a solitary instance in
the freedman has not received the kindest
i patient attention frcm the courts. In the
I irt of Jeckson a freedman named John
Vickers had contracted for himself and family to
work daring the jeer for a Mr. G. F. Grandberry.
The contract was fulfilled, and at the expiration of
the term Vteksre ?se turned off without e settle
ment. Some Urne ago he made a complaint to the
Assistant Commissioner, and as the som due him
was considerable, he. was advised to employ coun
sel and commen?a a suit for the recovery of the
debt. Acting upon the advice, he paid a lawyer
forty-five dollars. The case came before the court,
and it we* decided against him because a copy
of th?) contract was without a revenue stamp. A
large rrrtiahrr of applications have been made in
this sub^nstrict by both whites end negroes for
shad. The amount and degree of destitution in
this district hare been greatly exaggerated by in
terested parti as. Applications ere daily made by
wbito persons who heve property and with a little
exaction an able to support tnemsolves. The
colored people apply for provisions under the im
pression this the government intends to suppoit
them. Some left their employment, end seemed
mach disappointed when informed that they were
not entitled to any e .sisianoe. In the district of
Matches many complaints have been made by
planters or freedmen leaving their employ without
cause. It eeems that meet of them were induced
to tal e this step by mischievous persons circula
ting false slories among them, and by telling them
to "go to the Freedmen s Bureau and get their
uwvui. ,? Attaxes of Mexico.?We copy
lb* toBowirg es matters of interest, end to give
en Idea ofthe number and variety of dynasties
which have followed ono another in rapid sueeee
eson during the peat forty-fire veers, in Mexico,
we append tho list of ratera in that country sinco
? ^^^A?^eZ6" 1821 :
Hfl TliiiliiVi. Ifmprrnr
IMS-Generals Guerrero Bravo end JNegrete,
1834-General Victoria, President,
fittff Grasend Pedraasa, President.
" tan, President,
t Anna, President.
1?40?General Feolnoe, President.
1841?Santa Annt., President
1848?Betiremeni- of Santa Anna; successor not
1844?flanta Anna, Dictator.
1847-^Jose Jus to Gero, President.
1848? Santa Anna, President.
1851?Juan Oeballoa, President.
1853?Manuel Tr^h*"*"^ President.
l853-8anta Anns Fremden t-Apr-d 20th.
IBM Bant? Anna Dictator?Decembt r 20th.
1864?Maximilian Emperor und Juarez President.
lSfl7_M?Timirian fallen and Juarez President.
At meresldence ofthe bride's father, in Yorrv?Te, on
tas ?d in*tant, by Rev. K. A. Poe, Dr. Wm. IL Hoffman
and Miss Minnie B., daughter of D. A. Jenkins, Esq , all
At aie loot flown of the bride's father, on Tuesday,
July 2, 18C7, by Rer. T- P- Gwyn, WUlism Buniss, of
Aodsrson District & 0.. to Miss Nannio L, youngest
daughter of John Dlcxinsou, of Calhoun country, Ale.
Bv Bev W. Bowman, et the residence of Dr. James
BItI?s?, Juss 57 t?. Dr. A. J. Nesbitt of Spsrtanbnrg
District, to Miss ?. A. P?tton, of Aaheville, N. a
At the resifeocs of the bride's mother, in Georgetown,
on tbe evening of the 4th instant, by Bev. J. A. Porter,
Mr. J. Hamilton Vemon to Mies Maria Dety ins, oU of
TBS Charleston Cotton Marker.
OFFICE OB THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
Q?AWi.tsTOit. Friday Evening, Jury IB, 1887. (
Tbe semyas was ranter firmer. Stock rery light, and
prices without alteration. Seles 68 bales-say 1 et 38;
M et aft, and 17 on private terms. We quota:
A?GU8TA, July li.?Itjuhciax?Gctn?Brokers are
barring at US and selling et 140.
Bn/VEs?Brokers sre buying at 180 and selling at 133.
Oorrc*?Th* demand to-day was gooa for fine cottons,
with no material change in prices, though there appeared
to be a better feeling prevailing. Sales amounted to 133
bales, as follows : 6 at 203?, 6 at 21, 30 at 21*. 25 at 22k,
16 at 23, 6 at 23*. 4 at 24. 21 et 24*. l et 24M. 8 et 24*
end tt balsa on private terms. Receipt-, as bales.
WsotAT?Prices ere unchanged, though the markst was
Israel weak, * yesterday"? quotations. White, sa ass
a 75; Bed. 23 26a2 60. Hew York priese ere 10*15 below
Cons?Unchanged, SI flOel 70.
stmwT.w July 16.?Cottok?The market bas been
quiet today with transactions United to 150 bales. Sales
principally to one broker; Low Middlings 21a?c.
Mostxist asn FtsaBoxiL?With general business
rery dull, we quote :
Gold 138 )t'al39.
Storang?eixty days 148, end sight 160.
" ht x?X premium checking, end per bny
Sight per to X discount.
pATirafnuw, Jmy 17.?Corrxx?We notice more ac
tivity today, with ?aies of 200 bags Ein et 18*c; 800 do
rejected on priTste terms; also from second hands 660
i Bio m lots, ranging as to quality from 16)4 to 19c
Gonos?Was ta better demand to-day for home spin
ning, end witb reduced stock holdere ere firmer. We
report oelee of 66 bales low middling at 34X*24Xc and
ST Vales middling Upland understood at mfffll supply of
letter frrade very light.
Fxoua? Is scarce, tho supply being inadequate to the
osinend lor local wants, and price* well sustained. We
report sales of 250 bbls Howard Street Extra at $13 60,
sag 100 bbls New Yora State Extra at $12 50, letter to er
rlae. City Mills Extra range from S14 36 to $15, ee to
qBaUty; and Baltimore Family ?1650*10. Com Meal
betdatS? 70. We st?l quote?
Howard-atroet Super and Cut Extra... ?9 50 @810 80
Howard-street Extra Supping. 11 00 St 12 60
Howard-street High Grades. 13 00 (a) 14 36
Howard-street Family. 16 00 & le 00
Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Sucer and Extra Shipping. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Super and Family. 14 60 -
Northwestern Super. 1 87
Northwestern Extra.11 00
City Mills Super.10 00
City Mills, Standard Extra. 00 00
City MRU Shipping brande Extra.13 00
Baltimore high grade extra. 10 00
Baltimore. Welch's Greenfield end
lErmton Bem?y. 17 00 @ 00 tt
nwsyiour. IK fe? 8 25
gg MeaL Ctty MBU. 600 9 000
Gbact?Offerings of Wheat continue tight, end the
marks t opened quite strong, but before the doe.-, fell off
IStoSOcte; early in the day a fancy lot of Maryland
red sold ai *3, aud subsequently residue of same cargo
at 53 83. The offerings were comprised of 4300 bush white
snd 7633 buahs red; only eales of white reported was 100
btuhs at 13 85?cf rod the sales were 1089 bnsbs choice'
at $3; 1C00 do at ta 90; 1200 do at S3 83, and 1330 bush i
at Sj 7Ua3 80. Corn?6380 bushs white and 17G5 busbs
yellow received ; market steady, wish sales of 2750 bushs
whits at $118al 20: 3615 bushs yellow at ?113al 15.
Oata?liOO bushs received ; market materially improved,
sales 170 bushs at 95a97 cts ; 850 buaha at 81; 600 do at
8101; and 800 do Peunsyivai la at 8103. Bye?300
buaha offered, and 100 bushs sold at 8143 per bushel.
Hay?Bas advanced: wo now quoto good to primo
baled Timothy at |28a30 per ton.
Molasses?We notice solos to-day of a cargo Porto
Rico, comprised of 351 h h da, 30 t res and 40 bbls; also
30 hhds do, aU on private term?.
Provisions?Are again higher, with sales ainco our
last issue as follows: 25 casks Bulk Sides at 12V ; CO do
do at 1. X?12J?c ; 90 do Bulk 8houldeis at lie. Bacon f
In good demand at advanced prices, viz: shoulders 12a
12 \,c; rib Sides 14c; clear rib 14Jial4%c. Lard scarce;
no Western offered, prime City quoted for small lots 13&
13c. Mess Pork is steadily hold at 824, and sugar-cured
Hains 31a23c per lb. Market closed strong at the prices
Salt?With moderate inquiry for lots from dealers, we
quote Liverpool fine $3u3 10, do ground alum 82 10a2 15
per sack. Turk's Island 68oCOc per bush.
SooAn?There was more inquiry to-day nom the trade,
with sales of 150 hhds Porto Rico in lots at I2>4'al3,?;c ;
holders continue firm.
Whibxet?Continues flat; quote as Lefore, for Western
in bond at 85a37c per gaL
New York Market.
The New York Ecening Pott of Wednesday, July 17th,
The loan market is easy, and the tendency of rates is
to favor borrowers. A number of large 6 per cent loans
have been paid off, and money is freely offered on gov
ernments at 4. The ordinary current rate for Stock Ex
change loans is 5 per cent, and for discounts 6a7. There
ia a continued accumulation of country balances here,
and the influx of currency is steadily poing on.
NEW YORK, Jury 17.?Flo du, 4c?The market for
Western and state flour is moderately active. Fresh
ground is Bteady, while old is lOcaSOc lower.
The sales are 8500 bbls at $7 16a8 50 for Superfine
State ; 88 60*11 70 for ordinary and common ex're Slate;
$0*3511 25 for the lam grades of Spring Wheat Western
Extra; $10a4011 60 f* shipping Ohio; $11 90al3 60 for
trade and family brands of Ohio, Michigan and Indiana,
and S18 75al9 50 for St Louis Extras.
California flour is lower, bales of 950 bbls and sacks
at 813 25al5 35.
Canadian flour ia dull and inactive at SllalS 75 for the
low grades of extra, and 813 80*14 70 for trade and fami
ly b ands.
Sales of 100 bbls at 89 75all 76 for common to fair Bal
timore and country extras, and 811 90al8 for trade and
Bye flour is steady. Sales of 450 bbls at 87 25*9 25.
Corn meal is unchanged. 300 bbls sold at 85 60 for
city ; 86 90 for Fairfax, and SO 10 for Brandy wine.
Grain?Is in less active demand and freely offered,
but millers hold off and prices have declined lOaSOc.
The sales are 34.000 bushels at 82 20*2 30 for No 2 Mil
waukee club, $2 14a3 16 for No 3 do; 83 40 for No 1 do;
S3 70a3 75 for amber Jersey and Georgia, S3 70*3 for
white California, tho inside prices for smutty; 83 80 for
Oata early in tho day were in fair den and at steady
prices, but at the close of 'Change toe market la dull and
lower. Tho Bales are 60,000 bush western at 80o84c, the
Inside price for old in store, and state at 93c.
Rye Is very quiet
Corn at the opening was strong, but with more dispo
sition to sell, tie market closes dull and heavy. The de
mand is very fair.
The sales are 135,000 bus unsound at 90a98c; damp at
at $lal 03; mixea at 81 04al 07; very choice dry 81 09;
western white at 8117; kiln-dried 81 03al 03.
Provisions?The pork market has been moderately
active at higher prices, but closes dull and heavy at our
The sales, cash and regular, are 8000 bbls at 832 80c
23 10 for mess, and 820 for rumps. For future delivery
we note 500 bbls mess, sf Her August, at 833.
Beef is quiet at former figures. Sales of 60 bbls at $18
?25 for plain mess, sud S33?37 50 for extra mess,
Tierce beef and beef hams are unchanged.
Out meats continue in demand and turn. Sales of 1
equal to 303 packages at 10al0)?c for shoulders In salt,
and 16c for common pickled hams,
Tfra/wp Ja pnytitTi?!
Lard ia firmly held, but is without much activity.
Sales of 660 bbls and tes, at I2ai 2\ for No 1; 12*al2^
far city; 13*13for nur to prime steam and kettle ren
Oorrxx?Bio is dull and nominal at 10>ic gold; stock
fax flr.-t hands, 42,643 bags In New York; 6000 in Phila
delphia, and 33,000 In New Orleans.
Cotton?Our market for this staple to-day is rather
quiet but a firm Healing is manifested among holde? and
price* show an advance of about >,c per lb. We quoto
36X0 for Middling Uplands, and 27>;c for do New Or
leans sad Texas.
Hat?Is quiet Carolina llXaHXc and Rangoon 9%
Sugar?Raw sugars are firm but quiet at 113*al2c
[ for fair to good refining. Refined are firm at 17c for
Tallow?Tho market Is firm and the demand fab-,
f-'alea of 80,000 lbs at 11 j.'allJi for good eastern to prime
Whtkxxt?The market la dull and prices nominal
Frkiqhts?i ho engagements by steamer, are to Liver
pool 360 bales cotton at 3s ICd, 130 tea lord at 20s, and to
London 3000 boxes cheese at 85a.
Dar Goods.?We had the unpleasant duly last week of
noticing the failure of a very prominent dry goods
house, and we have this week to add the names of two
more firms that have been compelled to succumb during
the past week. These two more unfortunates are the
very respectable Importers of British goods, Fslrchild,
Fanchaw & Co.. and Loeschigk, WlUard A Rhodes. To
these might be added the names of two or three jobbers,
and the name of another large importing house in ex
treme difficulty. If not actually suspended. But It Is
hardly proper to report the death of ? person who is in
articulo wkortu; It will be time enough when the breath
leaves the body.
It may be said of merchants aa Shakxpeare said of or
dinary mortal*, '-The time was once when the brains
ware out the man would die ;" but merchants will rac
catd sometimes In carrying cn business, with seeming
prosperity, a long while without brains; and it Is not at
all to be wondered at If long-established houses ahould
now and then suspend, or absolutely fail, in a time of
general prosperity and of abundant money. Of course,
we do not intend these remarks as personally applicable
anywhere; but there have been a good many sensational
rumors growing out of the few failures which Lave oc
curred m the dry goods trade, and an attempt has been
nude to throw distrust over the commercial soundness
of many houses in the most important business interests
of the metropolis, which should be promptly disproved,
last they leaa to actual diiasters.
The failures which have occurred we believe to be ex
ceptionable cases, and It will be a ploco ot groat good for
ton? for the business community if, under the op?ration
of our now Bankrupt law, a prompt Investigation can be
had, and the causes which led to tho disaster fully pub
lished. Under the existing condition of the country,
and the extraordinary ease of tho money market there
need be no fear? of commercial revulsions such as occur
red in 1887,1847 and 1867. The terrible commercial dis
aster of those dismal periods wen distinctly owing to a
thoroughly vicious system of hanking and aa unsound
currency. At the present time we have the best curren
cy which any commercial community have ever been
favored with; and only accidents beyond the control ol
ordinary calculation*, or very gross mismanagement
could result In a business panic. There is nothing liko
a ooUapaw of credit to be feared, nor any disturbance of
the currency to be anticipated from governmental Inter
Owing partly to the actual and asserted failures among
the dry goods importers, and the expectation that they
would lead to forced sales, which would naturally reduce
prices, business has been very light during the week; it
has been very nearly stagnant Importation? of foreign
goods, too, have been very light tho entries amounting
to but 82 000,000, against 83,000,000 last year at the same
The trade in domestics for the week has beon rather
limited, but prices have been firmly maintained. Tho
West the South, and the Pacific States, are all bare of j
staple goods ; they have been buying from hand to hand
to tong in anticipation of lower prices that tho time has
come whan large purchases must bo made, and the con.
sequences will be an activo market and a hardening of
prices, if not a considerable advance. The abundant
harvests are already beginning to tell on the trade. The
manufacturers and their agent? must moot the ir.ore.ased
sottvlty of the tali in ? liberal spirit or they may fall
altogether to reap the benefits of it Brown shoe tings
and shirtings move readily at oar quotations, and there
is a better demand foi the finer qualities for bleaching.
In bleached goods the stock has very sensibly de
creased, while the demand for common grade? has ex
hibited a marked degree of improvement It Is too
early at present to estimate the effect which tho growing
crop of cotton will have on this style of goods; but it i?
axe to aasume that the increased demand will about
neutralize the effcet of a large crop.
There ia hardly anything doing in drills, but the de
mand for jeans, which were noticed last week as active,
still continues. Stripes are bat little called for. Ticks
are inactive, and the market is well supplied. Denims
and cottonade? are neglected, and the quoted rate? are
merely nominal. Printing cloths are quiet; there ia
very Bttle inquiry for cloths la the gray. The demand
for prints has been more lively, and seasonable styles
are In good request at quoted prices. The fall patterns
have not yet been exhibited; they will meet good de
mand whoa they come. In ginghams tho demand has
Improved somewhat, and tho finer qualities find a ready
Though the ? aason is advanced for Us h t printed lawns,
the better kinds maintain their prices; bat a alight con
cession is not denied when there is a disposition to givo
large orders. RoUed Jaconets, aiiosias and cambrics are
without material change. Muslin de lai no* are leas in
quired for than they have been. The demand from the
clothing manufacturer? give* a firm tone to the prices of j
Italian cloths, which are in considerable request at this
season, especially in the medium grades. The samo re
marks will appl to most qualities ol woollen cloths,
though there ia considerable irregularity in prices. Ken
tucky Joan a are extremely dull, and the market well sup
plied. In tho carpet trade there 1? very little doing; the
e?son of the year la unfavorable, but prices are firm.
Flannels are without anykmarked change. linens of tho
coarser descriptions, the only description, ia tact, of |
kmirinmn manufacture, ore Bteady at the quotations.
In foreign dry goods the market 1? unsettled. Tho
heavy failures of some have tended to demoroUxo pur
chasers, and there has been somo difficulty in relation to
the withdrawal of goods from bonded warehouses by a
large Importer during the week, which have tended to
unsettle prices. The business in foreign goods at tho
present tune 1? limited to the actual necessities of the
I we understand that the committee anpointed to ex
amine Into the affairs of George A. Wicks A Co., have
recommended creditors to accept a compromise of J
sixty cento on the dollar. Without any perssnal knowl
edge of the business, we should say that this is a liberal
and fair offer for both sides, and oae which creditors will
find to their advsatago to accept It Is only ia excep
tional cases that suspended firm pays sixty cent* when
compeUed to a legal winding up of their al?airs.?MS*
' BIO JANEIRO, June 7?[Wright A Co's Market Re
port]?Coffee?The sales of the fortnight amount to 116,
000 bog?, of which 58,000 were for the United States, 31,
000 for the Channel and North ot Europe, 31,000 for tho
South of Europe, and 6000 for the 'River Plate. The
stock is aow 100,000 or 110,000 bags. The prices since
[ the 33d alt have ruled very steady, and the fluctuations
havo been small. Tho quotations to-day are as follows:
Fine superior 6ll800?7tl000; superior 611400; first good 611600
6U200; first regular 511100*511300; first ordinary 411500a
411800?per arrobe. We quote cargoes as follows : For
tho United States, American lots, 5l|800o6ill60?45b9o47s10
(ingle bags and 46s7a48s8d double bogs; for the North of
Europe, 6J300a6ll700?o0slaS2sl0d double bags; for the
Channel and Mediterranean, 44l4O0aCII00?36sa47s2d single
bags?per cwt to b ex freight, Excbango 22 ^d. clear
ances since 23d ult?Baltimore 4581 bags, New York 55,
284 bags, Hampton Roads 6600 bags, Savannah 330 bags,
Channel 10,300 bogs, Christiana 3780 bags, Bordeaux 1978
I bags, Havre 10,085 bags, Fredksh'a 2970 bags, Genoa
1954 bags, Portugal 3 bags, River Plate 2666 bags. Total,
Liverpool Cotton Market, July 4?[For the week.]
Cotton was in fair demand in the early part of the week,
bat since Tuesday the business has been com- aratively
limited. The supply continues abundant, and a decline
it quoted in almost every description. For Sea Island
the general demand continue? good, and prices are f un
supported. The better qualities which for months have
been neglected, are now more inquired for, and com
mand full prices. American, though in tood request,
hassallsn >*" to %a per lb. Brazil has been freely offered,
and a decline has been submitted to ot % per lb. Egyp
tian is heavy o. sole at about J?d per lb below last week's
late*. The quotations of Sjoyrna aro reduced fully %
per lb, with very small sales. The late importa of j
East India have this week been freely offered, and
have given more choice in the better kinds;
prices are generally >4'd per lb lower, though some choice
growths have brought extreme rates. Bengal is in good
request and fully maintains hut Thursday's quotations
for the higher qualities. In cotton, to arrive, only a few
transactions early to the week have been reported. The
ales cf the week amount to 63,730 bales, including 1680
on speculation, and 11,210 for export leaving 40,840
to the trade, The actual export this week is not deduct
ed from the stock, aa it was not included in the stock de
clared on the tfeth ult Cotton at so? for Great Britain?
American, 50,000 baie? ta 18C7, against 30,000 in 1866;
East India, 583,000 boles in 1867, against 032,000 In 18GG.
Decrease of import compared with the same dato last j
year, 310,830 bales; decrease of quantity taken for con
sumption, 32,430 ; Increase of actual export, 6269 ; de*
crease ot stock, 285,300; decrease of speculation, 70,080.
Import this week 30,370 (13,889 American); estimated
stock 738,250(388,000 American), against 1,023,500 (450,520
American) same time last year.
Consignees per South Carolina Kali road,
139 bales Cotton, 107 bales Mdzo, 274 bogs Groin, 08
bags Flour, 60 bbls Naval Stores, 42 casks Clay, 2 cars
Old Iron, and, Sundries. To J D Alien A Co, W Bosch,
Railroad Agent, Stenbouse k Co, Col Hogan, Mrs ? T
Leo, West k Jones, H Blatte A Co, Konopoux, Lonneou
k Co, Cohen, Honckle k Co, WUlis A Chlsolm, J k J D
Kirkpa trick. J MarshoD, O Reeder, Chlsolm Bros, Bove
nol k Co, Johnston, Crews k Co, Goldsmith k Son, C O
Mortindale, Adams, Frost k Co, W W Smith, Cope land k
B, Cameron, Barkley A Co, H F Baker k Co.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, from Savannah, via Beaufort
and Hilton Head?Mrs M E Ryan and child, J Bennekor,
F P Halsey, L F Warner, R G Holmes and lady, 8 Dudley
and lady, Mrs C W Dennis, C J H ose ad, Miss a Heacock,
Miss Aunio Heacock, Miss H W Buggies, 'X E Rugglea, J
Alden, Mrs H L Murray, F G Lincoln, R Gladden, Mrs
Keltou, Miss Kelton, Mr Daniels, J Salvo, D Lapham,
and 17 deck.
phases 07 tux MOON.
New M. 1st, 4b. 28m. even I Full M. 16th,2h. 86m. even
FirstQ. 8th, Oh. 11m. even | Last Q.24th, 10h.16m.morn
New Moon, 30th, llh. 43m., even.
sums. I sets.
S und:, y.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived y esterday.
Steamer Pilot Boy, McNelty, Savannah, via Hilton
Head and Beaufort, Corn, Udxc, Ar. To J Ferguson, J
Csmpson k Co, ? Caliban, ? French, F KresseL L Weis
kopf, Bavenel k Co, Fraser A DIU. J F Taylor, T E Bug
Birk Hannibal, Hawkins, Brunswick, Geo?Wm Reach.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
8chr Mohawk, Bradly, Wsccamaw, 8 0.
Up for this Port.
Brig G F Geary,-, at boston, July 18.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND HAILED FOB THIS POBT.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stuart sailed.June 6
The Tryphcnia, Harding, saBed.May 25
The Johannes, Buter, sailed.May 19
Brig G F Geary,-, up.July 18' I
Sehr E W Pratt,-. up.July 11
Sehr Lizzie Bate holder, English, cleared.July 13
Sehr Myrover, Hughes, up.July 6
snilLIA NimiBTS MTU A NT r It
HAYE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE
RIENCE, an entire success : 8imple?Prompt?Em
Dient and Bellahls. They are the only medicines per
fectly adapted to popular use?so simple that mistake*
cannot be made In usina; them; so harmless as to b*
tree from danger, and so efficient as to be always relia
bio. They have raised the highest commendation from
all, and will always render satisfaction.
NO. 1, eures Fevers, Congestion, Tne?Tn-r,aMr?n? , 34
Worms Worm-Fever, Worm-Oolo
Crying Colic, or Teething of In
Diarrhoea of Children or Adults.... %
Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic. S
Choie, a Horbas, Nausea, Vomit
Coughs. Colds, Bronchitis.
Neuralgia, Toothache, Faoeaohe.. SI
II en du.ch? g, 8 ick H eadache j Vertigo,. SI
Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach..
Suppressed, or Painful Periods.....
Whites, too profuse periods. S
Croup, Cough, Difficult Brathing.. S
Bait Rhcnm, Erysipelas, Eruptions. SI
Rheumatism, BheumaUo Pains... Si
Fever and Agas, Chili Fever,
Piles, Blind or Bleeding. ?
Opthalmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes. 60
Cata??hg Aeute or Chronic, Influ
Whooping Coogh, Violent Ooughs K
Asthma, Oppressed Breathing.. 60
Bar Discharges, Impaired Hear
Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, Swell*
General Debility, Physical Weakness
Dropsy and Scanty Secretions..
8?a Sickness. Sickness from Rid
Kidney Disease, Oravel.
Hervous Debility, Seminal Emis
sions, Involuntary Discharges.LOO
Sore Mouth, Conker. N
Urinary Incontinence, Wetting
Painful Perloda, even with
Suiteri. aga at Changs of Lie.LOO
Epilepsy, Spasms, rit Vitus' DanocLOO
Dl pt her ta. Ulcerated Bore Trost
tb viali, morocco case and book.,110.00
SO large vials, la morocco, and book. cot
10 large vials, plain case, and book. 6.00
U boxes (Nos. 1 to 16), and book. 8.90
Mahogany cases, 10 rials.$10.01
Single vials, with directions. LOO
?sr These remedies, by the .case or single box, arc
sent to any part of the coon try, by Mall or Express, fret
if charge, on receipt of the price. Address
HOMfEOPATHIO MEDICINE COMPANY,
Office and Depot No. 662 Broadway, New York.
Dr. Humthbxti it consulted dolly et his office, per
tonally or by latter, as above, for all forms of disease.
DO WIE de MO?SE. Wholesale Agents.
Na 161 Meeting street
Opposite Charleston Hotel.
W. A. SKRINK.
a. UT. ?OKEL dt CO., Retall Agents,
No. 381 KING-STREET, 4th door above Marke t-st
April 16_Oharlasten. 8- O
NOTICE TO BAILORS OR IMMIGRANTS.
HOTEL OR BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 13,1807. J
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
the Legislature, passed the 20th dsy of December,
1860, all persons concerned are hereby notified to call at
this Offloo sud take ont the required license immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
ah ocx fob the better protection of seamen AN"d
immigrants in the post and habbob ur charles
L Beit enacted, ?y the Senate and House of Representa
tives, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by Ike
authority of the tame, That it shall not be lawful for any
person, ex pt a pilot or public officer, to board or at
tempt to board a vessel arriving in the port or harbor of
Charleston, be/ore such vessel shall have been made fast
to the wharf, without first obtaining 1 esve from the mas
ter or person having charge of such vessel, or from her
owner or scents.
TL It shaB not be lawful for any owner, agent master,
or other person having charge of any vessel arriving or
being In the port of Charleston, io permit or authorize
any sailors, hotel or boarding house keeper, not licensed
as hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em
ployee oi any sailor's or Immigrant s hotel or boarding
house, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
In, or lying, or coing tu the harbor or port ot Charleston,
bei ore tuen vessel shall have been made fast to the wharf,
or anchored, with intent to Invite, ask or solicit the
boarding of any of the crew employed on such vessel.
ILL ft shall not be lawful for any sailor's or immi
grant's hotel or boarding house keeper, or the employee
of any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded one/ vessel made fast to any wharf
in the port oi Charleston, to neglect or refuse to leave
said vessel, after having been ordered so to do by the
master or person having charge of such vessel.
IV. It shall not bo lawful lor any person to keep, con
duct or carry on, either as owner, proprietor, agent or
otherwise, any sailor's or immigrant's boarding house,
or sailor's or immigrant's hotel, in the city ot Charit s ton.
without having s license from the City Council thereof,
V. ItshaU not bo lawful tor any person, not hsVing the
license m this Act provided, or not being the regular
agent runner or employee of a person having such li
cense, to Invite, ask or solicit m the city or harbor of
Charleston, the boarding or lodging of any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or oi any Immigrant arriving in
the said city of Charleston.
VL Tho City Council shsU take the application of any
person applying for a license to keep a sailors' or imnii
nt's boarding house, or sailor's or Immigrant's hotel,
e city ot Charleston, and upon satlstactory evidence
to them of the respectability and competency of such ap
plicant, and of tho suitableness of his accommodations,
shall issue to him s license, which shall be good for one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City Council, to
keep a sailor's or immigrant's boarding house in the city
of Charleston, and to invite and solicit boarders for the
YTL The City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
of the disorderly character of any sailors' or Immigrants'
hotel or boarding house, licensed ss hereinbefore pro
vided, or of the keeper or proprietor of any suck house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, in in
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
on the part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of his
agents, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per
suade or entice any of the crew to desert lrom any vessel
in the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper or proprie
tor, or any of his agents, runners or employees, revoke
the license lor keeping such house.
VIII. Every person receiving the license hereinbefore
provided lor shall pay to the City Council aforesaid the
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. The said City Council shall furnish to each sailor's
or immigrant's hotel or boarding house keeper, licensed
by them as aforesaid, one or more badges or shields, on
which shall be printed or engraved the name of such
hotel or boarding house keeper, and the number and
street of his hotel or boarding house; and which said
badges or shields shall be surrendered to said City Coun
cil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, as herein provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding
house keeper, and every agent runner or employee oi
such hotel or board!ug-house keeper, when boarding any
vessel in the harbor of Charleston, or when tavitlng or
soliciting the boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
or person employed on any vessel, or oi any immigrant
shall wear, conspicuously displayed, tho shield or badge
referred to in the foregoing section.
XI. It shaU not be lawful lor any person, except those
named in tho preceding section, to Lave, wear, exhibit or
display any such shield or badge to any of the crew em
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving m
the city of Charleston, with the intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such Immigrant or oi
any of the crew employed oa any vessel being in the
harbor of Charleston.
XH. Whoever shaU offend against any or either of the
provisions contained in scotlou 1, 2,3,4, 6, ID and 11, in
this Act, shall be deemed guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
shall, upon conviction thereof, be punished by imprison
ment for a term not exceeding one year, and not lore
(hau thirty days, or by a fine not exceeding two hundred
and fifty doUnrs, and not less than ono hundred dollars,
or by both soch fine and imprisonment
XlIL The word "vessel," as used in this Act, shall in
clude vessels propelled by steam.
Lu the Senate House, the twentieth day of Decemtx r, in
the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
sixty-six. W. D. PORTER,
President of the Senate.
CHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker House of Representatives.
Approved December 20,1800 :
James L. Obb, Governor.
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS.
This pr?paration, long
and favorably known,
will thoroughly reinvlgo
rate broken down and
low-Bpiritod horacB, by
cleansing the stomach
It Is a sure preventive
of all diseases incident
to this ?Titln?], auch as
LUNG FEVEB, GLAND
ERS, YELLOW WATER. HE YVES. COUGHS, DIS
FOUNDER, LOSS OF
APPETITE AND VI
TAL ENERGY, Ac.
ITS USE IMPROVES
THE WIND, IN
CREASES THE AP
PETITE?GIV E S A
SMOOTH snd GLOS
SY SKIN?snd trans
forms the MISERA
INTO A FINE LOOK
ING AND SPIRITED HORSE.
TO KEEPERS OF OOWS THIS PREPARATION IS
INVALUABLE. It in
creases the quantity
and improves the quali
ty of the MILK. It
has been proven by ac
tual experiment to in
crease the auantity of
MILK and CREAM
twenty per cent, and
make Ore BUTTER
firm snd sweet. In fat
teulng cattle, it g v e
-them an appetite, o
ens their hide, and makes them thrive much faster.
IN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUGHS
ULLCER8 IN THE
LUNG8, LTVEB, Ac.
this article acts as s
specific. By putting
from one-half s paper |
to a paper m a barrel
of s will tho above dis
eases will be eradica
ted or entirely pre
vented. U given m
time, s certain preventive and core for the Hog Cholera.
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
No. 116 FRANKLIN STREET
FOB SALE BY
DOWIE & MOISE
SOUTHERN DRUG HOUSE.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
Maren 33 stuthCmo
npHIS DELICTOU8 TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
J_ for Ute use of the
Medical Profession and the Family,
? now endorsed by all the prominent Physicians, Chem
ists snd Connoisseurs, as possessing all those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic) which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
We trust that our established reputation founded
upon eighty-eight years of experience?abundantly vin
dicates our claims to public confidence, and guaran
tees tbo excellence of this Standard Article.
Put np in cases containing one dozen bottles each and
sold by sB prominent Druggists, Grocers, 4c.
A. M. BIN INGER A CO,
[Established 1778. Sole Importers
No. 18 Beaver street, New Yoi
Opinions ot th Prot?.
The Binlngers, No. 15 Beaver street, bave a very high
reputation to sustain, as the oldest snd best house in
Now York.?Home Journal.
The houso of A. M Plnlnger A Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, has sustained, for a period of eighty years, a repu
tation that may well be en vied.?A". V. Evening Poet.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KINO & CASSIDEY.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
BsTTHE SALE OF THE PLANTATION BIT
TKBJ is without precedent In the history of the world.
There is no secret In the matter. They are at onos the
most speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity eon always be relied upon. They
are compose* of the celebrated Oslisaya Bark, OaaoarUla
Bark, Dandelion, OhamonuTe Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wutergreen, Anise, Oloverbuds, Orange-peel,
Snake-root, Caraway, Coriander. Burdock,
i bey are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
Jlrspeakers, and persons of literary habits and seden
tary life, who require free digestion, a rollsh for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persons are oertaln to find
In these Bitters what they have so long looted for.
They purify, strengthen and Invigorate.
They eres to s boslthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and diet
They overcome effects of dissipation and late hours.
They strengthen the system and enliven the mind.
They prevent mlasmatlo and intermittent fevers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Oholera and Cholera Morbus.
TJhey eure Liver Complaint snd Nervous Headache.
They are mental Bitters m the world. They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be seen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. Czi.au, Chaplain of tbo 107th|Nsw
Nxab Aoquia Qbxxk, March 4th, 1803.
Owlngfto the great exposure snd terrible decomposi
tion after the battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain medi
cine. An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. Dbaix, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strsngth and an appetite. To my great surprise they
gave mo immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to Join my regiment I have since seen
them need in many oases, snd am free to say, for hos
pital or private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Bev. B. F. crane, Chaplain.
Letter from the Bev. N. E. G mes, St. OlatiavrUo, Pa.
Gectlemk*:?You were kind enough, on s former oc
casion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $8 50. My wife having derived so much
benefit from the use of these Bitters, I desire i rr
continue them, and you will ploase send us V1S bottles
more for the money ea closed.
I am, very truly, yo rs,
N. E GLLDa pastor Ger. Bet Church,
BoLDisjis' Home, Superintendent's Omca, t
Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan. 15th, 1888. )
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
ear noble soldiers who slop here, more or less disabled
from varions causes, and the effect is marvellona and
Such a preparation as this is I heartily wish In every
family, in every hospital, snd at bond on every battle
field. G. W. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. Childs, Surgeon cf tho Tenth Vermont Re
giment, writes:?"I wish every soldier bad a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are the moat effective, per
feet, and harmless tonic I ever used,"
WzLLABn's Hotel, 1
Washington, D. 0., May 23d, 1863. j
Gentlemen:?We require another supply of yont
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o which dally in
creases with the guests cf our houso.
SYKES, CHADWICH k Co.
ko. kc. ko. ko. kc.
Be sure that every bottle bears tbo fac-simile of our
signature on a steel plate table, with our private stamp
over tho cork.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
NO. 202 BBOADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by all respectsble Druggists, Physicians, Grocers,
Saloons and country Hotel-dealers.
April 19 tiistulyr
DBUB8, CHEMK AIS, ETC.
HOPE FOR TOE DESPONDING INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
P?LM0NIC EIM SPECIFIC.
MANY WH03E DECLINING HEALTH, WHICH
was precarious, and thoir recovery dospoirod of,
do now witn grateful ?manations to tho Ail-Wiso Dis
poser, offer heartfelt thanks for this timely remedy. Dur
ing the short time sinco its public introduction into use,
the Originator has most happily realized her most san
guine expectations in manifestations issuing from all
quarters of its unparalelled curative properties, for in no
case where it has been administered with regard to di
rections, and persevered in, has It failed in its beneficial
In resorting to this remedy, the invalid oan depend
upon the safety of ovory article in its preparation, and
while it accelerates the healthful r< actions of each orgau
and vessel, the mind can be perfectly free from appre
hension of any subtle ingredient being insinuated into its
The appetite, which Improves under its administration,
is at liberty to indulge prudently in whatever nutrimont
is palatable digestive and wholesome, and while it ia no
more than proper to avoid exposure to trcsh cold, no tear
need be entertained of any liability nndor this course of
treatment to induce it. It is a pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quite agreeablu to tho taste, and os a lung re
vivify er and balsam of health, it is distinguishing itself as
without precedent, and wo trust will, ere long, claim for
itself general acclamation for its unrivalled efficacy.
For sale by the Proprietress, Mrs. CECILIA RODRI
GUE'8, northwest cornor of MEETING AND SOCIETY
STREETS, and principal Druggists.
PRICE SINGLE DOTTLE $1.25.
April 2 _lyr
"EXCELSIOR" SPRING WATER.
rTTHE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
JL be unequalled by that of any other In the far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Its virtues are such as have secured
It the high encomiums of all who have used it, possess
ing, as it does, lu an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. P., Professor
Practice of Physic, JotTorson Medical College, Phila
delphia, formerly of Charleston ,S. C.
Philadelphia, November 15, 1865.
1 have been for a y oar or more past in tho habit oi
taking the water of tho "Excolsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the groat portion of my invalid life
to use the different waters of tho several fountains which
boil up along that remarkable valley, dependent, indeed,
upon them lor much of tho comfort I enjoy, I am satis
fied that the Excelsior Water is as well adapted as any
other among them, if not moro so, to the purposes for
which they are generally employed. It is very agreeable,
strongly impregnated with the carbonic acid, lively and
sparkling. * * I can heartily and conscientiously
recommend it to all who need a gentle cathartic and
diuretic. SAMUEL HENRY DICKSON, M. D.
The Water is put up in Pint and Quart bottles, and
pocked in good order for shipping, Phils in boxe? oi
four dosen each, and Quarts In boxes of two dozon each
SOLD AT WHOLESALE BT
GOODRICH, WI1M & CO.,
Importers and Wholesale Druggists,
No. 103 MKETIVG STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
DO WIE & MO I SE,
Na 161 MEETIKO STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 _'_ _6mo
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED TO
MRS. WIXSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP
fTVHIS VALUABLE PREPARATION IS THE PRE.
JL SCRIPTION of one of the best female physicians
and nurses In tho United States, and has been used for
thirty years with never-failing safety and success by mil
lions of mothers for their children.
It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigorates
the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone
and energy to the whole system.
It will also instantly relievo
GRIPING IN THE BOWELS AND WIND COLIC.
We believe it is the beat and surest remedy in the
world, in all cases of DYSENTERY AND DIARRHOEA in
children, whether it arises from Teething, or from any
Be sure and ask for
MRS. WIN S LOW" S SOUTHING SYKUP,
Having the fac simile of CURTIS & PERKINS ou Urn
ALL OTHERS ARE BASE IMITATIONS.
For sale by the Wholesale A gouts,
HOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 MEETING 8TREET,
OPPOSITE CHABLESTON HOTEL.
Or Female Regulator,
Curo Sttppretttd, Exctuslre and
Painful Menstruation, Green
Sickneu, Jiervoue and Spinal Af
fection*, Paint in the Back, Sick
headache, Giddiness, and all dis
eases that spring from, irregularity,
by removing the cause and all the
effects that arise from It. They
are perfectly safe In all cases. ?o
cept when forbidden by dirtc
, tiont, and ore easy to administer,
as they arc nicely tuaar coated.
Tbey should bo in the bands of
I every Maiden, Wife, and Mother
I in the land.
Ladies can address us in perfect
confidence, and state their com
plaints In full, as we treat all Female Complaint*,
and prepare Medicines suitable for all diseases to
which they are subject?Thirty-two page pamphlet,
in a sealed envelope, free,
Tbe Cherokee Pills are sold by all druggists at $1
per box, or six boxes for $5 ; or they are sent by
mall, free of postage, in an ordinary letter, free
from observation, by addressing the sole proprietor,
Dr. W. Bfl BWIK, 37 Walker St., N. 7.
N. B.?Cherokee Pills No. 2 are prepared for
tpecial catet, when milder medicines fail ; these
are sent by malL free of postage, on receipt of $5,
the price of each I/o?.
Or, Essence of Life,
Cures General Debility, Weak
nett, Hysteric* in Female*.
gjgg Palpitation of the Heart and
all Nervous Diseases. It re
stores now life and vigor to the
aged, causing tho hot blood of
At the Phrntx rites youth to course tho veins, res
52" 2&25S fJSL toeing tho Organ? of Genera
fire, animated asm.. ~....?.? _
new life"-so does twrernonng Impotent/and
thit Elixir rtjuvtn- Debility, restoring Manlinet*
ate the tyttem avi and full rigor, thus proving a
overcome disease. perfect " Elitcir of Love," re
moving Sterility and Barrenness in both sexes. To
the young, middle-aged, and aged, there is no-greater
boon than tb'.s " Elixir of Life." It give* a new
lease of life, causing the weak and debilitated to
have renewed strength and vigor, end tho entire
system to thrill with Joy and pleasure.
Price, one bottle $2 ; three bottles $5 ; sent by
express to any address.
Our medicines are sold and recommended by all
respectable druggists in every part of the civilized
globe ; some unprincipled dealers, however, try to
deceive their cuetomors by selling cheap and worth
less Compounds In order to make money. Be net
deceived?ask for these medicines and take no
others. If the druggist does not keep them, write
to us, and we will send Ibem by express, carefully
packed, free from observation. We will be pleased
to receive letters with full statements In regard to
any disease with which ladles or gentlemen ore
afflicted Address all letters for medicines, pamph
lets, or advice, to the sole proprietor, _ a
Dr W. S. MERWIN, 37 Walker 8t., N.
May 25_wfm Iv
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
110 THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, TniS INVALUABL?
depilatory recommends itself os beiug au almost in>
dlspensible article to female beauty, is easily applied,
does not bum or injure the skin, but ucts directly ou th.;
roots. It is warranted to remove, superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any port of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpatiug the same, leaving the
skin solt, smooth and natural. This is the only article
used by the French, and is the ouly real effectual depila
lory in existence. Price Tr> cents per package,' post
paid to any address, on receipt of un order, by
BEBGEB, SHUTTS k CO., Chemists.
March 30 lyr No. 28T> River st?, Troy, N. Y.
^THE ORANGEBURG NEWS.
PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING, AT
Orangeburg, S. C. Terms $2 per annum, in ad
During the spring and fall seasons extra copies of the
Obakoebubo News will bo circulated for tho benefit ol
our advertising patrons.
Contract Advertisements inserted on tho most liberal
terms. Address SAMUEL DIBBLE,
Editor Orangeburg News,
February 35 Orangeburg, g
DRUGS, CHEM10AL8, ETC
A CERTAIN CURE.
TT, E HAVE USED GALLIGHAN'S PILLS, AND FIND
W mat they will do all that la claimed for them, and
cheerfully recommend them to public favor.
X. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFOED, Att'y Gen'l of Alabama.
BO BT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala.
From Thomas J. Judge, Judge Supremo Court.
I have used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for I ever and Ague, and find them all that is churned for
them. THOS. J. JUDGE
Montgomery, Ala., September 39,1858.
_ LowMDKS Coujttt, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They aro decidedly the best medicine for Chilis and i e
ver I ever gave. 1 would not bo without them forflv<
tunes the price. J. A. GRAHAM.
Amebicub, April 17, 1867.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
i of Chills and Fever. They are the beet medicine lot
Chills and Fever I ever eaw. A. G. RONALDSON,
Clerk Superior Court, 8 urn ter County, Ga.
Montgomery, Ala., July 9,1866.
Messrs. BLUNT A HALE?Gents: I havo used yoor
GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two occasions for Chills ana
Fevor, and find that they effect aU that they are intend
ed to do. They aro the best remedy for the diseaso thvl
I have ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Boepcctfully, DAN'L 8AYRE,
0rand Sec. Grand Lodge of F. and A. M. ci Alabama.
Aldant, Ga., March 11,18G7.
I havo used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS In forty cases&i
Chills and Fever, with perfect success. They arotLi
best Fovcr and Aguo Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, UT VF IIA N ?fc CO.,
No. 163 Meeting street.
And by all Druggists.
BLOUKT dS HALB,
May 14 6mo_Montgomery, Ala.
OLD BIP VAN WINKLE GIN,
GOLD MEDAL SHERRY,
PORT AND MADEIRA,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
IN ADDITION TO OUR BUSINESS OF SELLING
WINES, etc, In original packages, and in order to
insure to consumers Pure Liquors in a compact and con
venient f irm, we commenosd the enterprise of bottling
and pac'-Jng in cases our well known wines. Brandies,
Whiskies, Ac, and have sent them out in a style that
would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before reaching the purchaser. The general appre
ciation and gratifying suocess that has rewarded our
efforts has encouraged us to main tain the standard as re
gards quality, also to make Increased efforts to retain the
confidence and patronage which bas been so liberally be
stowed upon US. BIN IN GEB A CO.,
[Established 1778.] Importers of Wines, Ac,
No. 16 Beaver street, New York.
The above popular goods are put up in cases contain
ing one doxon bottles each, and are sold by all prominent
Druggists, Grocers, Ac
Opinions off its* Pres?.
The name of Bininger A Co., No. 18 Beaver street, is a
guarantee of tho exact and literal truth of whatever they
represent.?AT. Y. Com. Advertiser.
The importing house of Bininger A Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, is conducted upon principles of integrity, fairness
and the highest honor.?Jy. Y. Evening Express.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & 0..
N 163 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hot
DOWIE & MO?SE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING ? CASSBDBT,
No. 161 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, 8. C,
?A smna was on bar Up?health was In her look
strength was in her step, and in her hands?Plama
I TIOH bitter*.''
A tew bottles Of Plantation BlTTBSa
Will cure Nervous Headache.
Gold Extremities and Feverish Lips,
w Bom. stomach and Fetid Breath.
flatulency and Indigestion.
" Nervous Affections.
Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
- Fain over the Eyes.
11 Prostration; Great Weakness.
m Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, te
Which are the evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA.
It Is estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the Uver overflowing Into the stomach poi
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present tho most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have takes the
Plantation Sirxu, and not an Instance of com plaint
has come to our knowledge I
It la a most effectual tonic and agreeable stimnlan
raited to all conditions of life.
The reporta that It relies upon mineral substances fo
Its active properties, are wholly false. For the satis
faction of the public, and that patients may consul
their physicians, we append a Ust of its components.
Causa ta Bam.?Celebrated lor over two hundred
years In the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, etc It was lr-trednoed into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the Jesuits for the enormous price of
its own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Forc
iert, and was finally made public by Louis XVI, King
of France. Bum bold t makes especial reference to Its
febrifuge qualities during bis South American travels.
fjAjoaaoxA Banx?For diarrhoea, colic and dlieuei
of the stomach and bowels.
Dandelion?For inflammation of the loins and drop*
Ohamomixjc Flo wins?For enfeebled digestion.
LavrNEkb Flqwtbs Aromatic stimulant and tonic?
highly tuTigoratingtn nervous debUlW.
WnmBOBMH?For scrofula, rheumatism, ate
Araa?An aromatic carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-buds, orange, carraway, coriander, anake
Another wonderful ingredient, of great use among
the Spanish ladles of Booth America, Imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, la yet un
known to the comme. ^ of the world, and we withhold
it* name for the present.
BOCHtsTXB, N. Y , December 38,1881.
Messrs. P. H. Drake A 00.?I have been a great suf
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my profession. About three months ago I
tried the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
new nearly a well man. I have recommended them in
several oases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
I am, respectfully yours,
Bev. J. & CATHORN.
Philadelphia, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1863.
BatFSornn Friend:?My daughter has been much
beneflttod by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thon
wilt send me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA OORRIN.
bHerman H?r?. Obtgaoo, HJ., i
February 11,1868. j
Massx*. P. H. Dbam A 00.:?Pleare send us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetiser, they appear to have fupevaeded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, &c, GAGE A WATTS.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de
mand for this article, which hat net heretofore bean
The publlo may rest assured that In no case will the
perfectly pure standard ol the Plantation Burns be
departed from. Every bottle bears the facsimile of our
signature en a Heel plate engraving, or it oannet be gen
Any person pretending to tell Plantation Btttxbs in
bulk or by the gallon, it a swindler and imp?t 1er. Ecu art
of replied bottles. See that our I*rivate Stamp it Unro
riLATxn over every cork.
Bold by ?11 Druggists, Grocers and Dealer 8 throughout
P. E DRAKE & CO., New York.
WHISKERS and MUS
TACHES forced to
grow upon the smoothest
face in from three to five
weeks by using Dr. sEYIG
N E ' S RESTAURATEUR
, CAPILLAIRE, the most
wonderful discovery in mo-1
dem science, acting upon
the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It
has boon used by the elite of Paris and London with the
most flattering success. Names of all purchasers will
be registered, and if entire satisfaction is uot given in
every instance, the money will be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mall, sealed and postpaid, 51. Descriptive cir
culars and testimonials mailed free. Address BERGKlt
8 H DITS A CO., Chemists, No. 2lj5.River street .Troy, N
V., Sole Agents for the United 8tates
March 30_ jy
DAVEGA, YOUNG k M cKENZIE,
LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICF,
Ncs. 39 and 40 Park Row*
ZSAAO DAVEGA, 1
GEORG H B. YOUNG, I HEW TORY,
S ERA ED L. Mc ? IN z1b, J
HAVING SUCCEEDED TO THF VOBEIGH COLLI (J
TION BUSINESS of Mean*. BLBNBY, PK*B
TIBS A FLANDERS, we wUl attend to the collection m
oast du* and maturing claims throughout thsUrdtaf
a tes ?r;i Canada.
OOMMJS.nOSMMa TOM ALL tbe btatss,
DICKERING & SONS
NO. 652 BROAD WAT
CH?CKERING * SUMS'
Grand, Square aod Upright
ABE SOW. AS THE? KVEE HAVE BEER, CON
SIDERED the best in America, having been
SIXTY-FIVE PRIZE MEDALS,
Of which fourteen were received m the month* of Sep
tember and October, 1845, and first premiums over all
competitors at the different principal Fain in thla
coon try, and the PRIZE MEDAL at the
WORLD'S FAIS, LONDON.
Til A LB KRG'S opinion.
I consider Ohlckerlng 4 Sons* Pianos, beyond a
parlson, the best I have seen In America,
Chairman of Jury on Musical InstromaB
It la with feeling* of pride at American manufacturer!
that ma publish the following testimonial*, which bava
been ssoeived by as recently:
Received during the month of August, I960.
LOTOOW, July 36, 1867.
Missus. Owrmrrarao * Bon?OeoU: I have mneh
pleasure la enclosing a doenmeot signed by the trat
composers, musicians and professore hi Europe. I held
your Pianos In such high estimation (vide my certifi
cate) that I felt It my duty to take ?ne of thorn with ma
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion of my professional
brethren. The enclosed certificats will prove how
unanimous they have been on the subject. I bag to
forward, at the kme time, a letter I received from my
friend, Mr. Oollard, which I am sure must be gratify,
I have the honor to be, gentleman, yours very truly,
Loaooar, January 14,1868.
Jamet M. WekU, M*?.:
Mx Dsab Bra: I have great pleasure in asking you to
convey to Messrs. Ohlckerlng the expre-aton of my
highest approval of their instrument. It la, I conti dor,
not merely the best Instrument of American manufao*
tore that I have tried, bat one of the flaest Grand Piano
fortes that has ever come under my observation; and
the Messrs. Ohlckerlng may well be proud of having
turned out from their manufactory an Instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship. It
would be very difficult to surpass In any part of the
Dear sir, vary sincerely yours,
OHAS. D. OOLLARD,
firm of Oollard * Oollard, Piano-forts Manufacturera,
LoNEOir, August 22, IBM.
Jamet M. WthU, Etq.:
My Basa Bra: as you are going back to the United
oUtes, I must beg yon to remember ma kindly to the
Messrs. Ohlckerlng. Teh theo I was delighted with
their Grand Piano-forts?at good an instrument, I UnnJt
at wot ever turned out, both in touch andttr t.
Wishing you, Ac, I remain ever tt -try,
B. F. B BO a D WOO ?
Firm of L Broad wood ft Sons, Piano-forte Man Ufas?
Lokdow, July 30, 1866.
Meurs, CfiicJcering d\ Sont:
G urn : I have Jost been Invited by Messrs. Oollard to
try a Grand Piano-forte manufactured by you, and I
have no hesitation in endorsing the opinion of my old
friend, Mr. a B. Oollard, vtt: That It is the finest in
strument I ever played on.
Believe me, gentleman, meat faithfully yours,
J. L HATTOS.
Testimonial! from themott dittinguithed Artitti in Muroft
to Meurt. Checkering <t Sont:
LowDOB, July 39,1806.
Baring played upon a Piano-forte made by Mettra,
Ohlckerlng ft Sons, of Boston and Mew York, I have
mach pleasure In testifying to its general excellence.
Ear sweetness and brilliancy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power for concert purpoae?, I
consider It a really Gaum Piaso-roars, and decxdxxw
LX TBK BEST I H avk SKKM op AMKUICan manc7a0tubb,
G. A. 08B0BNK.
M. W. BALr E.
ALFRED JA ELL.
Prof, of Conservatoire de
s. ARTHUR OH AP PEL.
Director of Monday Con
Among the chief points of excellence of the Chlcker.
big Pianos, of which speak the renowned artists In their
congratulatory testimonials to the Messrs. Ohickertag,
are tho greatest possible depth, richness and volume of
tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, clearness and
perfect evenness throughout the entire scale; and,
above all, a surprising duration of sound, the pure and
sympathetic quality of which never changes under the
most delicate or powerful touch.
During the past forty-three years this firm hat mann,
In the construction of which they htvs introduced every
known and valuable improvement. They have inverts,
bly been selected and used by all of tha world's ac
knowledged great artists who have visited this country
professionally, both for private and public usa,
I consider Ohlckerlng ft Sons' Pianos, beyond com
parlson, the best I have ever seen in America.
I consider Ohlckerlng ft Sons' Pianos superior to any
In the world.
They are unrivalled for their singing qualities and for
the harmonious roundness of their tone. There is a
perfect homogeneity throughout all the registers. The
upper notes are remarkable for a clearness and parity
which I do not find la any other instrument, while the
base is distinguished for power without harshness, and
for a msgnlflcent sonority.
Your Pianos are superior to any I have ever seen m
this country or in Europe.
I have sever heard a tone so perfect; it yields every
expression that is needed in music, and its quality is
capable of change to meet every sentiment. This is a
rare power, and is derived from the perfect purity of
its tone, together with its sympathetic, eBSko and well
During the past eight yean I have constantly played
upon the Justly celebrated Erard Pianos; yours are tha
only Instruments that I have found, either here or ia
Europe, to equal them in all their points of excel lenoe.
It rosy be satisfactory to our patrons and friends
among the public st large to state that testimonials have
been received from all the leading artists who have
visited or are now residing in the United States, a few of
whose names, besides those above, we append:
leo. de meyer.
h. h anderson.
And many others.
SGf ILLUSTRATED ALBUMS AND PRICE LISTS
SENT BY MAIL.
No. 652 Broadway,
HENRY SIEGLING, A?'t
CHARLESTON- a O