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WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 31, 1867.
Ab. don't be sorrowful, darling,
And don't be sorrowful, pray;
Taking the year tcgothrr, my dear.
There isn't more night than day.
'Tis rainy weather, my darling,
TimO'B waves they heavily run ;
Bat taking tho year together, my dear.
There isn't more cloud than sun.
We sro old folks now, my darling,
Our heads are growing gra I ;
And taking the year together, my dear,
Yon wiU always flt d the May.
We nave had our May, my darling.
And our roses long ago;
And the time of year is coming, my dear.
For the silent night and snow.
And God is God, my darling.
Of night as well as day.
And we feel and know that we can go
Wherever he leads the way.
Aye, God of the night, my darling
Of the night of death so grim;
The gate that leads ont of life, good wife,
Is the gate that leads to Him.
Present, the Mayor; Aldermen SHALL, OLNEY,
OAKES, HONOUR, GERDTS, O'NEILL, MARSHALL,
ENSTON, WHILDEN, STEINBtETER, EARLE, COUBTE
NAY, PEIN?LE, BUTLER, RAVENEL, WILLIS, COS?
The minutes of the last meeting were read and
The application of B. F. W. ALSTON, ejecutor of
the estate of TABER, for the renewal of certain city
six per cent, stock was granted.
The application of A. B. FANNING for permission
to erect a wooden building on his premisos, No.
341 King street, was referred to the Committee on
Brick and Wooden Buildings.
The application of Mr. OETJEN for filling a lot on
the corner of Smith and Marion streets was
A communication from the Board of Fire Mast?
ers enclosing a petition of tho Charleston Fire En?
gine Company to be allowed to change their ap?
paratus for a Hook and Ladder Truck, as they be?
lieved that their usefulness would bo increased by
the change, was referred to the Special Committee
on the Fire Department.
A communication from Mr. JAMES JEFFERS re?
lating to the city taxes was referred to the Com?
mittee on Way B and Means.
A communication from Mrs. L. C. MORDECAI,
asking time for tho payment of her taxes, was re?
ferred to the Committee on Ways and Means.
Bills from the Alms and Orphan Houses were
presented, and ref en ed to the Committee on Ac?
The applications of sundry parties for No. 1
Licensee, were referred to the Committee on
Licenses. Also fifty-flvo applications for License
No. 2, and applications for Licenses io keep Hotels,
Lager Beer, and Billiard Saloons, ?te.
W. D. PORTER, Esq., the City Attorney, notified
Conn-il of the result of the suit of airs. CONLON
against the City, and of his intention to appeal for
a new triai On motion of Alderman RAVENEL, he
was authorized to use his discretion in the
A communication ? from the Board of Pilotage,
stating that they had examined the petition of the
Pilots, and considered them fully protected.
The City Engineer presented a communication
relative to the wells in the streets, formed by iron
pipes driven in the ground, and showed that it was
dangerous to the pavement and the foundations of j
the buildings. Referred to the Committee on
The Committee on Brick and Wooden Buildings
reported favorably on the petition of Mis. WHITE?
HEAD to build a second story piazza on her house
in Minority street, and unfavorably on the petition
of W. HEINE to erect a wooden building on his
premises in Limehouse street. Adopted.
The Committee on Licenses reported favorably
on the application of Messrs. JKO. ROBERTSON ct
Co., to erect a Cotton Press in Cordes street, and
on the applications of sundry parties for Liquor
The Mayor made a report relative to the opening
of South street, and asked that Council authorize
him to settle with the owners of the lands on their
claims being certified by the City Attorney.'!
. The Mayor then read the following statement,
explaining the ac lion of the Street Committees,
and showing how the larije amount mentioned had
been expended. He said that he made this state?
ment to justify himself, and refute the insinua?
tions that had been m circulation:
At the last meeting of Council a report was sub-.j
nutted by the Committee on Retrenchment and
Belief, which render some remarks from me abso?
In submitting what I (ave to say I do not wish
to be understood as objecting to any investigation
of my official acts ; ott the contrary, I . uvite an ex?
amination, full and scrutinizing, and I think that
in justice such an one should be afforded me.
The Committee in their report say they "have
not been able to find any mode of reducing the ex?
penses of the several departments, or in which a
due regard to economy has not been exercised,
with perhaps two exceptions." First of these is
the Police, but as the main expense of this depart?
ment is fixed by Ordinances and the amount of
necessary incidental expenses not thus provided
for .is email, it will be unnecessary to dwell on this.
The other department to which special attention
is invited is that of S tree is.
That a very large amount has been expended in
this department is true, and that such expendi?
ture may be deemed injudicious may possibly be
equally true. Had the report of the Committee
gone no further I should have been silent, but
when its language is such as to warrant any or all
of the many rumors which have been current in
our atreets, to remain silent would be an acknow?
ledgment of much if not all that has been said.
To give some idea of the amount of work done I
will state that since 1st December last upward of
nine miles of sidewalks have been curbed and gut?
tered with plank and filled with earth, new barri?
cades built, and streets filled with ear th on both sides
of Rutledge and Calhoun streets where they cross
Bennett's pond, ss also that portion of Calhoun
street bordering on tho pond west ot the residence
of Mr. John S. Ryan; large quantities of earth and
rubbish hauled into some fifty streets, in order to
bring them to a proper grade, so that the water
would run oft after a ram. In addition to this,
some thirty or more wooden trunks (some ot
large size and considerable length) have been
bunt. My estimate of the average width of the
sidewalks filled with earth is eight feet, and I be?
hove this will be under, rather than over, the true
The extent of repairs to brick pavements in the
lower wards is not so easily arrived at, but tho
bills for this work are all made out in accordance
with the measurement of the City Surveyor and
To effect this work much material was required,
md tn examination of the bills will show that all
the materials were bought at market prices; nor
was the purchase of materials confined to particu?
lar parties, but they were obtained where they
could be got most advantageously.
A little more than one-tniru of the expenditures
in this department was paid for hauling or cartage,
and when the vast amount of earth and other ma?
terial to be moved is considered, it does not appear
disproportionate. A portion of the carts was em?
ployed at 13 per day; the rest were paid by the
load, at various rates, according to distance, prin?
cipally at 30, 35 and 40 cents per load. As a large
number of carts was employed, some supervision
was necessary, and parties were employed to keep
account ot the number of loads made by each,
with instructions not to give credit for small and
imperfect loads, thus toking every reasonable pre- | j
caution against imposition.
The largo payment in June is easily explained.
Up to the 1st March all these bills were paid
weekly, or, in some few instances, every two
weeks, so that a small portion only of the work of
one month wis paid for in the ensuing month.
When, in the month of March, owing to tho want
of means, I had it in contemplation to stop all
work on the streets, the Inspector suggested that
parties might be got who would wait until the city
was in funds. Such an arrangement was made,
and an inspection of tho bills will show that ono
half or more of the amount paid for cartage in
June was for work done in March, April and Mav
The same will apply to bills for materiais pur?
chased, though to a less extent.
To snow that the amount of work done, though
it mav have been injudicious, has conduced to the
benefit of the city, let ns compare the condition of
the city this season with that of 1866.
In the months of May and June 1866, tho fall of
rain was 91 inches (4.31 and 4.95 respectively. ) In
the same months this year tho fall was 17|, of
which 13.22 fell ia June. In 1866 there were a
number of places which held water, and wore con?
stant causes of complaint, wbich, with a single
exception, have boen tilled or drained so that thc
water runs off in a few hours. During ono week in.
the month of June last there was an especially
heavy fall of rain, nearly seven inches having
fallen from Wednesday morning to Sunday morn?
ing. The rain ceased Saturday night. On the
Monday next ensuing the Mayor visited all these
places, and, with the single exception already re?
ferred to, found them without wator, showing that
one of tho principal objects of the work was at?
With these remarks and explanations, I submit 1 ?
the matter, with a fuU conviction that an exami?
nation of tho work done, together with tho cos' of
material used and labor employed, will show that
the city bas received tho bonetit of thc money
Received as information.
Tho Bil", in relation to tho Blue Ridgo Railroad
came np i'or its second reading, end, after some
opposition, an amendment was offered by Alder?
man MARSHALL, and tho Bill passed to its third
reading, and its title was changed to an Ordinance
A BILL IN RELATION TO THE BLUE ni DOE RAIL?
Whereas, tho General Assembly of tho Stalo
did, on tho eighteenth day of September, in the
year eighteen hundred nnd sixty-six, pass a Joint
Resolution of the following tenor and effect, to
"Resolved, That tho iTosidout and Directors of
tho Bluo Ridge Railroad Company, in South Caro?
lina, bo, and are hereby authorized to deal with
the shares held by tho Stato in said Company, in
tho samo manner"as with the shares of all other
stockholders, in any arransonmit that may bo
made with any other Companies or individuals for
the completion of tho said road, by tho issuing of
preferred shares, or reducing tho number o : shares
hold by the State in tho samo ratio in which tho
City of Charleston and other stockholders may
consent that their shares shall bo ieduced, or iii
anv other manner in which it may bo found neces?
sary to surrender a portion of the capital already
invested to accomplish tho constriction of thc said
railroad : Provided, That in any arrangement that
may be made, tho Stato sb.aU not bo held liable for
any additional assessment on tho shares hold."
And Whereas, tho City Council are desirous of
aiding in tho completion of tho Bluo Ridgo Bad
road by any reasonable arrangement that wiil con?
duce to that end :
Note be il Ordained, That tho City Council of
Charleston do hereby conseut to defer their claim
for dividends on all stock now held by tho Corpo?
ration in the Blue Ridgo Railroad Company in fa?
vor of any new stock that may bo duo' taken in
said Company, so far as, and until such now btock
holdeiB shall receivo dividends at a rato not ex?
ceeding seven per cent, per cimnm upon tho
amounts of their stock respectively: Provided,
hoicever, That if tho earnings of tho Company
.which are divided as profits shall bo in excess of
tho amount necessary to pay said proferrod divi?
dends on the new stock, such excess shall bc ap?
plied in equal ratio to the old and the new stock:
Provided, also, That tho stock held by the City
Council shall not be subject to anv additional as?
sessment: And provided further, That if tho divi?
dends for any ono year shall be short of seven per
cent., tho deficiency thereof shall not bc mado up
out of the earnings* of any future year.
A Bill presented by Alderman WILLIS, regulating
the dredging and cleaning of docks, was postponed
for further action to the next meeting.
On motion of Alderman MARSHALL, Messrs.
HENEY COMA and W. J. MAORATH were appointed
proxies to represent tho city stock at thc olection
of the Memphis and Charleston Railroad.
On motion of Alderman WHILDEN, any Aldermen
who felt an interest in the subject were invited to
Alderman STETNMEYEB offered a resolution that
licenses for tho salo of lager beer and ale bo grant?
ed on the same conditions as a tavern license, at
the rate of $100 per annum, payable half yearly.
Alderman WHILDEN offered a resolution that the
City Treasurer bo authorized to rocoivc city bills
for the payment of licenses. This met with con?
siderable opposition, and after tho ayes and noes
were called, it was lost by a vote of 10 to 8.
Council thon adjourned.
The Charleston Cotton Market.
OFFICE OF THE CHARLESTON DAILY NEWS, 1
CUARI.KHTON. Tuesday Evening, July 30, 18G7.
Ihe demand continues good, with prices full and firm.
Pales 13C bales, say: 24 at 20, 48 at 22, 2 at 23, 2 at 24, 23
at 24)?, 26 at 25, 1 at 25>i, 4 at 26, and 6 at 26}.'c. We
Low Middling.23},'@2<. <j
MOBILE. July 26.-COTTON.-Then? has beena fair do
mand to-day, resulting lu sales ot 900 halos to three
brokers. Market bare and firm ot quotations:
Low Middling.23 <g)-c.
Sales of the week 1275 balen.
MONSTAB Y AND FIN ANTI AL-With the exception of a
fair business in Domestic Exchange to moot the purchas?
es of Cotton, transactions have been very light through?
out the week.
Gold is scarce, and has commanded relatively higher
prices than in New York, ruling at 130 >?al40 buying, and
Only light sales of Sterling arc reported. Until Wed?
nesday H9al5u for sixty day bills, and 151 for sight, were
the riding rates; since then sixty day bills have com?
manded 150. One or two choice commercial sight bills
During tho first two days New York Sight was quoted
>?a% premium checking; since thon )? premium bas
been the rate by both banks aud bankers, and par to )?
Now Orleans Slgat hos rulol nniiormly )', premium
checking, *nd par buying.
Kw Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, July 2?_COTTON-Increased dull?
ness has characterized the movement 10-day. Tho mar
I ket was sparingly supplied throughout, especially with
the higher grades of tho staple, and as tho claims of
holden wero largely In advaoce of tho limits of buyers,
the latter, in view of the unsettled feeling prevailing at
New York and Liverpool, deemed lt moro expedient to
defer for the present the execution of their orders, and
await the receipt of later intelligence. Under these cir?
cumstances, the day's transactions have been unuruially
light, being COD fined to barely 3C0 bales, five brokers
participating in tho business. Prices indicated no
material alteration, the limited sales ofloctcd being
within the range of last evening's quotations, which
were as follows : Ordinary 20*22c; Good Ordinal y 23a
23J?; Low Middling 24)?a25, and Middling nomi?
nal at 27c. The sales tor tho past three days
comprise 1700 bales, making an a^givgato lor
the week of 4500, against 6960 last wock, and
6700 the week bet?re. The receipts proper during tho
past week, excluding the arrivals from Mobile, Florida
and Texas, which are inclu ted in thou* respectivo state?
ments, embrace 1201 bales, against 870 last week, show?
ing an increase of 331 bales. The week's exports com?
prise 15,656 bales, 6385 of which were coastwise, and 9271
to foreign ports.
STATEMENT or COTTON.
8tock on hand September 1,1366.bales 102,082
Received to-day. 174
Received previously. 757,515-767,089
Additional bales made from wrecked, loose,
burnt ?nd damaged Cotton, pickings,
samples, 4c. 13,323-771,012
Cleared to-day.. 4794
Stock on hand and on shipboard. . 29,983
WILMINGTON, July 29.-TUBPENTINE-Has further
advanced a shade, and we quote sales of 138 bbls at $3 30
for soft, and $1 65 lor hard, pei 2SU lbs. .
SPOUTS TURPENTINE-Continues to be in fair request
for foreign shipment, and the price is half cont higher.
Sales of 180 bbls at 53)?c. and 100 do at 54o por gallon.
Roam-Has been in fair demand to-day, and the sales
reach 95f bbls at $2 7Ua2 80 for s tra ned, $2 87 ff?i for No
2. $3 37?s'a5 for No 1, $6 75 for Pale, and $7 for "window
glass," all per 280 lbs.
TAB-Hos declined, and we quote sales of 83 bbls at $3,
and 168 do at 2 87 >? per bbl-closing at lowest price.
COHN-Sales from wharf of 1000 bushols Western mixed
at $130 per bushel, cash, bags included.
BALTIMORE, July 27.-COTTON-Wo have still to
report a dull market Only sales to-day were 130 bags
Bio at 22)?a26 cte. currency.
FLODB-Receipts ot City Mills aro fair, with good de?
mand both for local wants and foreign shipment. Sales
for latter aro still kopt private, though it is generally un?
derstood that good Extras range from $11 50al2. No
change in high grade Extra or Family brands. Of How?
ard street and Western there is very little arriving. Wo
notice a small sale of Indiana Super, new but common,
at $8. Of Cora Meal we notice the sale of 500 bbls City at
$5 50. Quotations remain steady as follows :
Howard-street Super anti Cut Extra... ?0 OU (g)$10 00
Howard-street Extra Shipping. ll 50 (ol 12 00
Howard-street High Grades. 13 00 id. 13 25
Howard-street Family. 14 00 @ 14 26
Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 00 00 fa io 00
Ohio Super and Extra Shipping. 00 00 @ 00 00
Ohio Snper and Family. 13 60 <% u tw
Northwestern Super. 00 00 fa on ot)
Northwestern Eitra.. 10 50 ? 12 00
City Mills Super.. 10 75 (.?. li oj
City Mills, Standard Extra. 00 00 @ 00 00
City Mills Shipping brands Extra.ll 50 jp 12 50
Baltimore, Welch's Greenfield and
Weverton Family. 15 00 (ft 00 00
Baltimore high grade extra. 14 CO fa H .VI
Rye Flour,. 8 00 ? 8 50
Corn Meal, City Mills. 6 75 (d\ 00 00
GRATN.-Wheat-Offerings to-day were comprised of
1610 nu hcls white aud 7570 bushels red; the market was
Sat, and prices favor buyers 5 to 10c per bushel; inc Iud. d
in tho eales were 400 bushels white at $2 40*260; 100
bushols strictly choice red $2 50; 300 do do ?2 40; 2500 do
lo $2 35; 1600 do do $2 31 ; 600 bushels prime $2 25; 350
bushels fair $2 20: 500 bushels interior SI 0a2 15; mar?
tlet closed duh at J 2 25 for primo and$235a2 40 for choice
red. Corn-2100 bushels yellow and 3620 bushels white
received; sales of 300 bushels prime white at -1 25a 1 90;
700 basti uh do mixed $118; 500 bushels good yellow
U 14; 1100 bushels choice mixed $113; &30 bushels com?
mon Western do $1 ; 350 bushels do faia fl 08. Oat? wor?
in heavy receipt to-day; 92 0 bushels offered ; demand
?etive, but at a heavy decline for new crop; 6500 bushels
soldat 65a67c; 1100 boshels do heated 35i39c; bulk of
sales wero at 60u65c for good and prime; 320 bushels old
PROVISIONS-There is un excellent jobbing demand for
Bacon, with sales of shoulders at Ul?al8j?e; rib Sides
I5jjc; a lot of 25 lihds to the trade here at 15c, and
-lear Sirtw, retail lots, at lO.^c. Hams arc selling in
ebbing lots at 21 to 23c, latter for best wands of sugar
:ured canvassed. Bulk Heats arc held firm ; 12c was rc
"used lor 50 hhds Shoulders. Mess Pork is quiet; quote
lominal $25. Lard held firm, without quotable change.
There is a better feeling to-day in the West, and our
narket has partially recovered irom the depression pre?
BICE-Is inactive, but held steady at last quotations,
riz : For Rangoon BKlSjfe; Carolina Ul?al2c
SALT-Demand for lots from dealers continues fair for
he season, and prices firmly maintained, viz : For Liver?
ied $3a3 10; Ground Alum S2 15a2 20 "ri sack. Turk's
eland 58a60c r* bushel for lots from store.
SCUAB- Market continues steady, though the demand
s light. Wo report sales of 47 hhds, 9 Unces and 2 bbls
Juba at 12.?4C, less 1 $ cent; 8 hhds and 80 bbls Martin
true at 14^c; 20 hhds Porto Rico at 12jjslSA?C Kerni?
ng grades held firm at UftsllTfc.
BOSTON, July 26.-COFFEE-Thu market steady, with
ales of 2C0 pockets Java at MJfC, gold.
COTTON-The market is firm at 27a28c per lb for Mia?
lling Upland and Gulf, with a fair dciuaud.
FLOUB-The receipts of Flour ??neo yesterday have
?eon 3299 bbls. The market is dull and the tendency -of
trices has been in favor of buyers. Wc quote Western
upcrfine at $Ca8 per bbl; common extrasS'JalO; medium
xtras $llal3; and good and choice, fHa20 per bbl, the
atter prico obtained only for small lots ol choice St
xiuis from old wheat California Flour ranges from ?10
il6 50 per bbl for choice.
G RUN-Tho receipts of Grain since yesterday have
>een 1125 bushels Corn. The market for Corn is rather
lull; Southern yellow is held at $1 24 bushel for good,
ind Western mixed is selling at $1 lOal 12 per bushel.
)ats have becu helling at i'alOc per bushel for common
ind choice. Rye $1 05al 70 per bushel. Shorts $35a3fi
icr tou. Fino Feed $^al3 i>cr um. Middliugs $45a5U
GON.NT BAOS-ibo market' quiet, with small sales at
G?NNT CLOTH-Sales of 230 bales at 24?4a24Ko, cur.
roney. The market is rather dull.
MOLASSES.-The demand moderate, wita sales of 160
bhds Remedios al 52J63C per gallon; CO hhds Surinam,
1 rivale terms; 150 hhds Cuba Muscovado at 52c per gal?
NAVAL STOIIES.-spirits Turpentine is quiet at previous
prices. In Rosin there have bren (oles of 350 bbls pale
at $3 50 per bbl.
PKOVISIONS.-Pork continues ia steady demand, with
sales at $19 50a20 tor prime; $23 (>0u24 for mess, and $25
a2 ! per bbl for clear, cash. Beef ranges from 933*39 per
bbl for good mess and extra family. Lard 13>4'al3)?c
per lb, in bois and tierces. Smoked Hams 17a: 8c per lb
lor good, and 19a20c for fancy.
S?OAB.-Salee of 600 boxes Cuba ot UXalSVe per lb;
CO hhds fair grocery at 12>?al2>?c; 90 hhds good refining
at HJic per lb.
Consignees per South Carolina Kallroad,
299 bales Cotton, 8 bales Tarns, 490 bags Flour, 782
sacks Wheat, 371 bag* Bran, 30 bbls Naval Stores, 4 curs
Wood, fcc To Conrtcnav A Troaho?in, Railroad Agent,
Stenhouse A Co, J Ruck, G W Williams A Co, A S Wil
ling'.on A Co, Goldsmith A Son, Mordecai A Co, W B Wil?
liams, J Camp3on & Co, C N Averill A Son, J Binns, E H
Rodgers fc Co, J B fi Sloan, R T Walker, J R Pringle, J G
Gibbes, Willis A- Chisolm, Gibbes A Co, C L Fripp, C H
Moise, J N Robson, K H Jackson, Street Bros A Co, Mrs
Dexter, Bollmann Bros, Dowio fc Moise, Kauapaux, Lan
ucau ii Co, Thurston A Holmes. A Gage A Co, H Huck,
W S Hencry, Hastie, Calhoun & Co.
Consignees per Northeastern Railroad,
378 bbls Naval Stores, C bales Cotton, 4 cars Lumber,
Mdzo, Ac. To A Robinson A Co, J fc J D Ki kpatrick, J
Watson A Co, Holmes & Stoney, Mazyck Bros, Lieut H
Neide, J Marshall. Jr, Gaillurl k Minott, G E Pritchett,
J M Caldwell A Son, Dowie A Moise, L Burns.
PHASES OF TUE MOON.
New M. 1st, 4h. '.'Sui. even 1 Full M. lClh. Jh. 3Cui. even
First Cj. aili. Oh. lim. even | Lost Q.24th, 10h.lCm.morn
Kew Moon, 30th, Uh. 43ra., even.
POUT OF CHARLESTON.
Spanish bark Isabel, Gallano, Havana, 10 days. Bal?
last. ToW PHAU.
Sehr Lizzio Batcho?dcr, EngUsh, Boston.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Sehr Mary E Banks, Smith, Newport, R L
Steamer City Point. Adkins, Pahitka, via Jacksonville.
From this Port.
Steamship Manhattan, Woodhull, New York, July 29.
steamship Falcon, Rood, Rainmore. July 30.
Sehr D F Keeling, Granger, 1 jalum .re, July 27.
Sehr Daniel Chase, MitcheU, New York, July 27.
LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
Ship R C Winthrop, Stuart, sailed.June 5
Tho Tryphenia. Harding, sailed.May 25
The Johannes, Ruter, sailed.Moy 19
The Yole Angler,-, saUed.June 18
Bark Enrique Oliver, sailed. ... .July 18
Brig G F Geary,-, up.July 25
Sehr E W Pratt, Kendall, cleared.July 26
Sehr Myrovcr, Hughes, cleared.July 18
Sehr M B Bramhall, Hussey, up.July 18
Sehr N W Smith, Tooker, cleared.July 25
Brig Senorita, Linden, up.July 20
Sehr Susanna, Packard, up.July 23
Sc'ir Wenonah, Toll, up.July 20
NOTICE TO SAILORS OR I AI MIGRANTS.
HOTEL OB BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, 1
March 13,18G7. I
IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
tho Legislature, passed tho 2uth day of December,
18GG, all persons concerned are hereby notified to caU at
this Olliee and take out thc required license immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
AN ACT FOR TOE HHP PROTECTION OF SEAMEN AND
IMMIGRANTS IN TBK POUT AND HARBOR OF CHARLES?
I. Be it enacted, by the. Senate and House qf Representa?
tives, now met and ri'ting in General Assembly, and by the
authority of the same. That it shall not he lawful for any
person, except a rilot or public officer, to board or at?
tempt to board a vessel arriving in the port or harbor of
Charleston, before such vessel shall havo becu made fast
to the wharf, without first obtoiningl eave from the moo?
ter or person having chargo of such vessel, or from her
owner or agents.
II. It shull not bo lawful for any owner, agont master,
or other person having chargo of any russel arriving or
being in the port of Charleston, io permit or authorize
any sailors, hotel or boarding houso Keeper, not licensed
os hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em?
ployee ot any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding
houso, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
in. or lying, or icing in the harbor or port ot Charleston,
before tuen, vessel shuU havo been made fast to thc wharf,
or anchored, with intent to invite, ask or solicit the
boarding of any of tho crew employed on such vessel.
LIL lt shall not bo lawful for any sailor'B or immi?
grant's hotel or boarding houso keeper, or tho employee
of any sailor's or im.i igrant's hotel or boarding house
keeper, having boarded auy vessel made fast to ai y wharf
in the port of Charleston, to neglect ur refuso to leovo
said vessel, after having boen ordered so to do by the
master or person having chargo of such vessel.
IV. It shah not bo lawful lor any person to keep, con?
duct or carry on, either as owner, proprietor, agont or
otherwise, any sailor's or immigrant's hoarding houso,
or sailor's or immigrant's hotel, in the city ot Charleston,
without having a license from the City Council thereof,
V. It shall not bo lawful for any person, not having tho
license in this Act provided, or not being the regular
agent, runner or employee, of u person having such li?
cense, to invite, ask or solicit m tho city or harbor of
Charleston, tho boarding or lodging ot any of the crew
employed on any vessel, or of. any immigrant arriving in
the said city of Charleston.
VL Thc City Council shaU take tho application of any
person applying for a license to keep a sailors' or immi?
grant's boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel,
in thc city ot Charleston, and upon satisfactory evidence
to them of the respectability and r?mpete ney of such ap?
plicant, and of tho suitableness of his accommodations,
shall issue to him a license, which shall be good tor one
year, unless sooner revoked by said City CouncU, to
keep a sailor's or immigrant's boarding house in tho city
of Charleston, and to invite and solicit boarders for the
VIL Thc City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
of the disorderly character of any sailor?' or immigrants'
hotel or boarding house, licensed us hereinbefore pro?
vided, or of tho keeper or proprietor of any such house,
or of any force, fraud, deceit or misropresciitatiou, in in?
viting or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
on tho 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 tho crew to desert trom any vessel
iu the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper or proprie?
tor, or any of his ageuts, runners or employees, revoke
the license for keeping such house.
VIII. Every person receiving thc license hereinbefore
provided lor uhaU pay to the City Council aforesaid the
sum of twenty dollars.
IX. The said City Council shall furnish to each sailor'i
or immigrant's hotel or boarding house keeper, Licensed
by them as aforesaid, one or moro budges or shields, on
which shall be pruned or engraved thu nomo of such
hotel or boarding houso keeper, and the number and
streut of his ho el or boarding house; and which said
badges or shields shull bc surrendered to said City Coun?
cil upon tho revocation by them, or expiration of any
license granted by them, as herein provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotol or boarding?
house keeper, and every agent, runner or employee ol
such hotel or boardiug-nouse keeper, when boarding uny
vessel in tho harbor of Charleston, or when inviting or
?soliciting thc boarding or lodging of auy deaniau, sailor
jr person employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant,
-hall wear, conspicuously displayed, tho shield or badge
referred to in the iorcgomg section.
XI. It shall not be lawful for any person, except those
named in thc preceding section, to nave, wear, exhibit or
1.splay any such shield or badge to auy of the crew em?
ployed on auy vessel, or lo any immigrant so arriving m
Ehe city of Charleston, with tho intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such immigrant or ol
my ol thu crew employed oa any vessel being in thc
?urbor of Charleston.
Xii. Whoever sh J ll offend against any or either of thu
irovisions contained in scctiou 1, 2,3, 4, 5, 10 und ll, iu
his Act, shall bo r.ecmed guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
? hall, upon conviction thereof, bc punished by imprison
ncut for a term not exceeding oue year, und not lees
han thirty days, or by a line not exceeding two hundred
iud lilly dollar-, and not less than ouo hundred dollars,
irby both such line and imprisonment
XIII. Thu word "vessel," as used in this Act, shall in
?lade vessels propelled by steam.
n thc Senate House, tho twentieth doy of Dcccmbi r, in
thc year of our Lord oue thousaud eight hundred und
sixty-six. W. D. PORTER,
Prcsidcm of tho Senate.
CHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker liouse of Representatives.
Approved December 20, 18GG :
JAMES L. ORB, Governor.
T) E A U T Y .- Auburn, ^rj?w
Goldeu, Flaxen, ond j?^Sk
Silken CURLS produced by S J?M
the usc of Professor DE- a?
BREUX'S FRISER LE JB
? CHEVEUX. One applica- Afkr'jF
\ lion warranted to euri the ^aSfeffSfc
most straight and stubborn
ia: " of either sex into wavy ringlets, or heavy massive
u. . Has been used by tho fashionables of Polis and
xiudon, with thu most gratifying results. Does no iu
ury to the hair. Price by mail, sealed and postpaid, ST.
)escrii>livo circulars mailed free. Address BERGER,
STOTTS k CO., Chemists. No. 285 River street, Troy, N.
"., Sole Agents for thc United States.
March ?10 Iv
Ira Pt Bl ?TOW upon Uiu smoothest SLfsJH
lace iu froui three to ll ve ^^llj
^?jt?nr^^ w oudi rilli discovery in no- ^JjSnr^^"
he Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It
ins becu used by the elite of Paris and London with the
aost fluttering success. Names of aU purchasers will
>e registered, uud if entire satisfaction is not given II
very instance, thc money w?l bo cheerfully rcJjiu<l< J.
"rice by mail, sealed uud postpaid, SL Describive cir
Ulan uud testimoni?is mailed free. Address BERGER,
H?TTS fc CO.. Chemists, No. 288 BJ Ver street Troy, N
'., Sole Agents for the United States
March 30 ?y
fS PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT NEWBERRY C. H., AT
L $3 per annum, and, having a largo circulation
arough aU the upper and lower Districts of the Stale,
t?ords great advantages to advertisers.
Kates for advertising very reasonable-for which anplj
) our Agent, Mr T. P. BLIP EH, ?t the Mills nouse.
riiOS. i> * H. U. ?RENEKER.
November ?atuc. ?na i'rcjneiois,
DRUGS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
"EXCELSIOR" SPRIG WATER.
rIE WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
bo unequalled by that of any other in tho far-famed
valley of Saratoga. Ita virtues ore such as have secured
it tho high encomiums of all who havo used it, possess?
ing, as it docs, in au eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic,
alterative and tonic qualities.
From SAMUEL II EN RT DICKSON, M. D., Profcssoi
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston .S. C.
PHILADELPHIA, November 15,1805.
1 have been for n year or moro post in tho habit ol
taking the water of thc "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during tho great portion of my invalid hie
to use tho different waters of tho several fountains wliich
boil up along that remarkable valley, dependent, indeed,
upon them tor much of the comfort I enjoy, I am sut?s
Med that tho Excelsior Water is as well adapted cs any
other among thom, if not moro so, to tho purposes for
which they uro generally employed, li 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.
Tho Water is pntupiu Pint and Quart bottles, aud
packed in good order for shipping, Pints in boxe? ol
four doicn each, and Quarts in boxes of two dozci each
SOLD AT WHOLESALE BY.
GOODRICH, mm & co.
Importers anti Wholesale Druggists,
No. 153 MEETING STREET,
Orr03ITE CHABLESTON HOTEL.
BOWIE & MOISE,
No. 151 SLEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston HoteL
And for sale by first class Druggists and Hotels.
January 12 ' Cmo
THIS DELICIOUS TONIC, ESPECIALLY DESIGNED
for the usc of tho
Medical Profession and thc Family,
is now endorsed by all the prominent Physicians, chem?
ists and Connoisseurs, as possessing all those intrinsic
medicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic! which belong to
OLD AND PURE GIN.
Wc trust that our established reputation founded
upon eighty-eight yeors of experience-obundautly vin?
dicates our claims to public confidence, and guaran?
tees tho excellence or this Standard Article.
Put up in coses containing one dozen bottles each and
sold by all prominent Druggists, Grocers, kc.
A. M. BIN INGER k CO,
[Established 1778. Solo Importer i
No. 16 Beaver street, New Yoi
Opinions of th Press.
Thc Blningcrs, No. 15 Beaver street, have a very high
reputation to sustain, as tho oldest? and best house in
New York.-Ttome Journal.
Tho house of A. M. Pininger k Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, has sustained, for a period of eighty y- ors, a repu?
tation that may weU be envied.-A*. Y. Evening Pott.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO.,
NO. 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hotel,
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KING & CASSIDKY,
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 29 tuths Hmo
EXCELSIOR! EXCELSIOR I
For Removing superfluous Hair.
aIO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends ?Uelf as being an almost in
dispcnsiblo article to fomalo beauty, is easily applied,
docs not burn or injure tho skin, but acts directly ou th.:
roots. It is warranted to rcmov.i superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part o! thc body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating tho same, leaving the
skin soft, smooth and iintur.il. This is the only article
used by tho French, aud is the only real effcrtuil depila
lory In existence. Price 75 cents per package,' pent
paid to any address, on receipt of au order, by
BERGER. SHU TTS k CO., Chemists,
March 30 Iv No. 2H5 River st.. Troy, N. Y.
?TTHE SALE OF THE PIJANTAT?ON BIT
TERS ls without precedent In the history of the world.
There is no secret in the matter. They are at once the
moBt speedy, strengthening health-restorer ever dis?
covered. It requires but a single trial to understand
this. Their purity can always be rolled upon. They
are composed of the celebrated Calisaya Bark, Cascarilla
Bark, Dandelion, Chamomile Flowers, Lavender
Flowers, Wlater?reen, Aaiso, Clovorbuds, Orango-peel,
Bnako-roo!, Carawa?, Coriander, Burdock,
7 hey are especially recommended to clergymen, pub
lie speakers, and persons of Utera ry habits and seden?
tary life, who require tree digestif n, a relish for food,
and clear mental faculties.
Delicate females and weak persona aro certain to find
In these Bitters what they have so long looked for.
They purify, strengthen and invigorate.
They create a healthy appetite.
They are an antidote to change of water and dist.
They overcome effects of dissipation and lato hours
They strengthen the system and enliven tho mind.
They prevent miasmatic and intermittent lovers.
They purify the breath and acidity of the stomach.
They cure Dyspepsia and Constipation.
They cure Diarrhea, Cholera and Cholera Morbus.
They cure Liver Complaint and Nervous Headache.
They are the bf st Bitters m the world. They make
the weak man strong, and are exhausted nature's great
The following startling and emphatic statements can
be soen at our office.
Letter of Rev. E. F. On ANT,, Chaplain of the 1C71b[New
NEAB ACQUIA CHEES, March * th, isca.
Owlngfto the great exposure and terrible decomposi?
tion after the battle of Antietam, I was utterly prostrat?
ed and very sick. My stomach would not retain m oci?
?me An article called Plantation Bitters, prepared by
Dr. DB A cs, of New York, was prescribed to give me
strength and an appetite. To my groat surprise they
gave mo immediate relief. Two bottles almost allowed
mo to join my regiment . . . . I have since soen
them used in many coses, and am free to say, for hos?
pital er private purposes I know of nothing like them.
Hov. E. F. GRANE, Chaplain.
Letter from the Rev. N. E. GILDS, St. OlalrsvrUe, Pa.
GENTLEMEN:-You were kind enough, on a former oc?
casion, to send me a half dozzen bottles of Plantation
Bitters for $3 6ft My wife having derived so much
benefit from the use of those Bitters, I desire . ,.r to
continue them, and you will please send ns H|T bottles
more for the money enclosed.
I am, very truly, yo-rs,
N. E. GILD-?, paster Ger. Eef. Church,
SOLDXKUV HOME, SUPKHINTENDENT'S OFFICE, 1
CINCINNATI, OHIO, Jon. 16th, 18G3. j
I have given your Plantation Bitters to hundreds of
eur noble soldiers who stop hore, moro or less disabled
from various causes, and the effect ls marvoUous and
Such a preparation as this ls I heartily wish in every
family, in every hospital, and at hand on every battle
field. G. w. D. ANDREWS, Superintendent.
Dr. W. A. CHILDS, Surgoon of the Tenth Vermont Re?
giment, writes:-"1 wish every soldier had a bottle of
Plantation Bitters. They are tho most effective, per
feet, and harmless tonic I over used."
WILLARD'S Horn., 1
WAHHINOTON, D. 0., Moy SM, 1803. J
GENTLEMEN:-We require another supply of your
Plantation Bitters, the popularity o which dally In?
creases with the guests cf our house.
SYKES, CHADW ICU A: Co.
fcc. lea kc. kc. kc.
Bo sure that every bottle bears the fac-Biniile of our
Signatare on ii steel plato lable, with our private stamp
over thc cork.
P. H. DRAKE & CO.,
NO. 203 BROADWAY, N. Y.
Sold by all respectable Druggists, Physicians, Grocers,
Saloons and country Hotel-dealers.
The Bennettsville "Journal"
IS PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY MORNING AT
Bennettsville, 3. C, fal the eastern portion of the
State, by STUBBS k LITTLE, Proprietors, and oilers
superior inducements to Merchants and all others who
wish to extend their business m this section of the Pee
Dec country. We respectfully solicit the patronage ot
.mr Charleston friends.
Terms-?;i per stumm, invariably in advance. Adver?
tisements inserted at very reasonable rotes. july 3
DRUBS, CHEMICALS, ETC.
ALL ??AIL TO THE CON0?EROR!
DOPE FOR THE DESPONDING INVALID.
DEFER NOT THE USE OF
PULMOM ELIXIR SPECIFIC.
TITANY WHOSE DECLINING HEALTH, WHICH
1TJ_ was precarious, and their recovery despaired of,
do now witn grateful emanations to thc All-Wise Dis?
poser, offer heartfelt thanks for thia timely remedy. Dur?
ing tho sher- time since ils public introduction into usc,
thc Originator has most happily realized her most san?
guine expectations in manifestations issuing from all
quarters of its unparalclled curative properties, for in no
case where it has been ndministcrou with regard to di?
rections, and persevered in, has it failed in its beneficial
In resorting to this remedy, thc invalid oan depend
upon tho safety of every article in its preparation, and
while it Accelerates the healthful rt actious ot each organ
and vessel, the mind can bc perfectly free from appre?
hension of any subtle ingredient being insinuated into its
The appel I tc, which improves under its administration,
ls at liberty to indulge prudently in whatever nutriment
is palatable, digestivo and wholesome, and while lt is no
moro than proper to avoid exposure to fresh cold, no lear
noed be entertained of any liability under this course of
treatment to induce it. It is a pleasant AROMATIC
CORDIAL, quite agreeable to thc taste, and as a lung re?
vivify cr and balsam of health, it is distinguishing itself ns
without precedent, and wc trust will, ero lon;, claim for
itself general acclamation for its unrivalled efficacy.
For sale by thc Proprietress, Mrs. CECILIA RODRI?
QUE'S, northwest corner of MEETING AND SOCIETY
STREE IS, and principal Druggists.
PRICE SINGLE BOTTLE $1.25.
GALLIGHAN S PILLS
A CERTAIN CURE.
WE HAVE USED GALLIG HA N'S PILLS, AND FIND
that they will do all that ls claimed for them, and
cheerfully rccommond them to public favor.
T. H. WATTS, Ex-Governor of Alabama.
J. W. A. SANDFORD, Atfy Gen'l of Alabama.
ROBT. DOUGHERTY, Judge Supreme Court Ala.
From TnoMAS J. JODOK, Judge Supremo Court.
I have used GALUGHAN'S PILLS on my plantation
for i over and Ague, and lind them all that is claimed for
them. THOS. J. JUDGE.
Montgomery, Ala., September 29,1838.
LOWNDES COUNTY, Alabama.
GALLIGHAN'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS will do.
They aro decidedly tho best medicine for Chills and le?
ver I ever gave. I would not bo without them for five
tunes thc price. J. A. GRAHAM.
A MEE i cus, April 17, 1867.
One box of GALLIGHAN'S PILLS cured me perfectly
of ChiUs and Fever. They arc tho best medicine tor
Chills and Fever I ever saw. A. G. DONALDSON.
Clerk Superior Court, Sumter County, Ga.
MONTGOMERY, ALA., July 9, I860.
Messrs. BLUNT A HALE-GENTS: I havo used your
GALLIGHAN'S PILLS on two occasions for Chills and
Fever, and find that they effect all that they are intend
cd to do. They are tho best remedy for tho disease tint
I havo ever tried. I consider them perfectly reliable.
Respectfully, DAN'L SAYRE,
Grand Sec. ??rand Lodge ol F. and A. M. of Alabama.
ALBANY, GA., March ll, 1867.
I havo used GALLIGHAN'S PILLS in forty cases ct
Chills and Fever, with pertect success. They are tit
best Fever and Ague Pill put up.
A. B. FANT.
WHOLESALE IN CHARLESTON, BY
GOODRICH, WI \ KM A \ itt CO.,
No. 1S3 Meeting street.
And by all Druggists.
ULOUNT & HALB,
May M Orno Montgomery, Ala.
OLD RIP VAN WINKLE OIN,
GOLD .MEDAL SHERRY,
TORT AND MADEIRA,
. WHEAT NUTRLENT,
OLD HOMESTEAD RYE.
TN ADDITION TO OUR BUSINESS OF SELLING
I WINES, etc., lu original packages, and in order to
insuro to consumers Pure Liquors in a compact and con?
venient form, wo commenced tte enterprise of bottling
and packing in cases our weU known Wines, Brandies,
Whiskies, fte?, and have sent them out in a style that
would preclude the possibility of their being tampered
with before reaching tho purchaser. The gouoral appre?
ciation and gratifying success that has rewarded our
efforts has encouraged ns to maintain the standard as re?
gards quality, ul-o to make increased efforts to retain the
confidence and patronage which hes bean so liberally be?
stowed upon us. BIN INGER A CO.,
I Established 1773.) Importers ol Wines, Ac,
No. 15 Bcuvcr street, Now York.
Tho above popular goods ore pvt up in coses contain?
ing ono dozen bottles each, and arc sold by all prominent
Druggists, Grocers, Ac.
Opinions of thc Press.
The name of Bimnger A Co., No. 15 Beaver street, is a
guarantee of tho exact and literal truth of whatever they
represont.-A'. Y. Com. Advertiser.
Ino Importing house of Biniugcr A Co., No. 15 Beaver
street, is conducted upon principles of integrity, fairness
and tho highest honor.-N. Y. Evening Express.
GOODRICH, WINEMAN & CO..
N 153 MEETING STREET,
Opposite Charleston Hst
DOWIE & MOISE,
SUCCESSORS TO KINO & ( ASSIDE V,
No. 151 MEETING STREET,
Wholesale Agents, Charleston, S. C.
January 30 wfm6mos
SUIILIi SIMILIBUS (THAN H B.
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE-.
RIENCE, an entire success : Simple-Prompt-EH
3ient and Reliable. They are the only medicines per?
fectly adapted to popula.- use-so simple that mistake*
osnnotbe made lu uping them; so harmless ss tob?
(roe from danger, and so efficient as to bs always relia?
ble They have raised the highest commendation from
All, and will always rondo? sttlsfactlon.
No, 1, cures Fevers, Congsstion, Inflammations.. 2t
" 2, " Worms- Worm-Fevor, Worm-Colo.. 2."
" i, ?? Crying Colic, or Teething of DJ.
4, " Diarrhoea of Children or Adults.... 2!
N 6, " Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Coho... 31
0, Cliolcia Morona, Nausea, Vomit?
ing. . 91
<. 7, " Coup li?. Colds, Bronchite.
8, " Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceacbo.. 2C
" B, " " Headaches,SickHeau'^heJVertJga. 2t
.' 10, " Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach.
" ll, " Suppressed, or Painful Periods.....
'. 12, " Whites, too profuse periods. 2
" 18, " Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing.. 2
" li, " Salt Rheum,Erysipelas,Eruptions. 26
" IC, " Rheumatism, Rheumatic- Pams,.. 2."
II ?o, '? Fever and Ague, chill Fever,
?. 17, " Piles, Blind or bleeding. ?
'. 18, " Opt halmy, and Sore or Weak Eyes. 60
M io, .< Cata?-h, Aceto or Chronic, Inga*
<? 20, .' Whooping Cough, Violent Coughs K
" 21, " Asthma, Oppressed Breathing.. Bl
n ag, .. Kar Discharges, Impaired Hear*
" 28, " Scrofula, Enlarged Glands, 8well
24, " General Debility, Physical Weakneas 60
" 26, " Dropsy and Scanty Secretions. 60
" 28, " Ssa Sickness. Sickness from Rid?
.? 27, " Kidney Disease, Gravel. il
" 28, " Hervous Debility, Seminal Emul?
sions, Involuntary Discharges.LOO
M 29, " Sore Mouth, Cankor. 6X
" SO, " Urinary Incontinents, Wetting
81, " Painfuf Periods, cvon with
epasy i. 60
" 82, .. Sufler.ngsatObsnpeofLfe.L0C
'. S3, " Epilepsy, Spasms, tit, Vitos' Dance.LOO
64, " Dlptherla, Ulcerated Sore Trost... BO
ffivlalf, morocco case and book.flO.OX
20 largo vials, in morocco, and book. 6.01
20 large vials, plain case, and bock. 6.01
16 boxes (Nos. 1 to IE), and book. 8.90
Mahogany coses, 10 vialB.$10.0t
.Ingle vials, with directions. LOt
45f-Tbese remedies, by tho case or singlo bcx, art
tent to oby part of tho country, by Mail or Express, fret
if charge, on receipt of the price. Address
HOMOOPATHI? MEDICINE COMPANY,
Office and Dopot No. 6'i2 Broadway, Now York.
DT. KUMriiaF.?s ls conBultid doily at his office, per
tonally or by letter, as above, for ah forms of disease.
DO IVIE & MOISE. Wholesale Agents.
No. 151 .Meeting street,
Opposito Charleston Hotel.
W. A. SHRINE.
A. .i. KUKELA CO.. Retail Agents,
No. 231 RING-STREET, 4th door abovo Market-st,
April 16 Charleston, S. 0.
DMIB8, CHEMI0A18, ETC.
HORSE AND CATTLE POWDERS.
This preparation, long
and favorably known,
will thoroughly reinvigo?
rate broken down and
low-spirited horses, by
atre thening and
cleansing the stomach
Iti8a sure preventive
of all diseases incident
to this animal, such as
LUNG FEVER, GLAND?
ERS, YELLOW WATER, HEAVES, COUGHS, DIS?
FOUNDER, LOSS OF
APPETITE AND VI?
TAL ENERGY, Ac.
ITS USE IMPROVES
THE W IND, IN?
CREASES THE AP?
PETITE-G IVES A
SMOOTH and GLOS?
SY SKIN-and trans?
forms the MISERA?
INTO A FINE LOOK?
ING AND SPIRITED HORSE.
TO KEEPERS OF COWS THIS PREPARATION IS
1NVALUABLR It in?
creases the quantity
and improves thc quali?
ty of tho MILK. It
has been proven by ac?
tual experiment to in?
crease the ouanritv of
MILK and CREAM
twenty per cent, and
make the BUTTER
firm and sweet. In fat
J?teningcattle, it g ve
- them an appetite, o
cns their hide, and makes them thrive much faster.
TN ALL DISEASES OF SWINE, SUCH AS COUGHS
ULLCERS IN THE
LUNGS, LITER, Ac,
this article sets as a
specific. By putting
from one-half a paper
to a paper in a barrel
of ?will tho above dis?
eases will be eradica?
ted or entirely pre?
vented. If given in
time, a certain preventive and euro for the Hog Cholera.
S. A. FOUTZ & BRO.,
No. 110 FRANKLIN STREET
FOR SALE BY
DOWIE & MOISE
SOUTHERN ORIG HOUSE.
NO. 151 MEETING STREET,
OPPOSITE CHARLESTON HOTEL.
For the Handkerchief.
A MOST EXQUISITE, DELICATE, AND FRA?
GRANT PERFUME, Distilled from the Rare anti
Beautiful Flower from which it takes its name.
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY PHALON & SON,
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS.
ASK FOE F II ALON'S-TAKE NO OTHES.
8old by Druggists generally, and
Sold at Wholesale by
GOODRICH, WI1MAN & CO.,
January 21 m th 1 yr
I "AsmUewason har lip-health was In her look
strength was in her atep, and in her banda-PLASTA
A few bottles of PLANTATION Brrrzns
Will cur? Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Feverish Lips.
Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
Flatulency anJ tr-digestion.
11 Nervous Affections.
II Excessive Fatigue, and Short Breath.
II Fain ovor tho Eyes,
.i Mental Despondency.
" Prostration ; Gr -at Weakness.
Sallow Complexion, Weak Bowels, Aa
Which aro .ho evidences of
LIVER COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA
It la estimated that seven-tenths of all adult ailments
proceed from a deceased and torpid liver. The biliary
secretions of the liver overflowing into the stomach poi?
son the entire system and exhibit the above symptoms.
After long research, we are able to present the most
remarkable cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons have taken the
PLANTATION BITTERS, and not an Instance of complaint
has come to our knowledge I
It ls a most effectual tonio and agreeable atimnlan
salted to ah conditions of lifo.
The reports that it relies upon mineral substances fo
Its active properties, are wholly false. For the s*tls
(action of the public, and that patton ts may consul
their physicians, we append a hst of its components.
CALISAYA BAUX.-Celebrated for over two hundred
years in the treatment of Fever and Ague, Dyspepsia,
Weakness, eta. It was Introduced into Europe by the
Countess, wife of the Viceroy ot Peru, in 1640, and
afterwards sold by the J oso! ts for the enormous pri?e o)
its own weight in silver, under the name of Jesuit's Pow?
ders, and wss finally made public by Louis XVI, King
of France. B nmboldt makes especial reference to its
febrifuge quail bea during his South American travels,
0 ABC AB ILLA BAUX-For diarrheas, coho and diseases
ot the stomach snd bowels.
DANDELION-For inflammation of the loins and drop
CHAMOMILE FLOWERS- For enfeebled digestion.
LA VENDES FLOWERS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonic
highly invigorating in nervous debility.
wrNTKBonKZR-Fer scrofula, rheumatism, eta
ANIBXV-An aromatic carminative; crea Lu g flesh,
muscle and milk; much used by mothers nursing.
Also, clove-bdas, orange, carraway, coriander, snake
Another wonderful Ingredient, of great nse among
the Spanish ladles of South America, Imparting beauty
to the complexion and brilliancy to the mind, ls yet on
known to tho commerce of the world, and we withhold
its name for the prosent.
ROCHESTER, N. Y , December 38,1881.
Messrs. P. H. DRAKE & Co.-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
now nearly a well man. 1 have recommended them in
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signal
benefit I am, respectfully yours,
Rev. J. 8. CATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, 10th Month, 17th Day, 1802.
RESPECTED FRIEND:-My daughter has been much
benefited by the use of thy Plantation Bitters. Thoo
wilt send me two bottles more.
Thy friend, ASA CURRIN.
SHERMAN HOUSE, CHICAGO, UL )
February ll, 1S63. )
M EB BBS. P. H. DRAKE A Co. :-Pirase send us another
twelve casos of your Plantation Bitters. As a morning
appetizer, they appear to have superseded everything
elso, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, ?c., GAGE A WAITE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de?
mand for this article, which has net heretofore been
The public may rest assured that in no case will the
perfectly pure standard cl the PLANTATION DITTEBS be
departed from. Every bottle bears the facsimile of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it cannot be gen
Any person pretending to sell PLANTATION BITTEHS in
bulk or oy the gallon, is a swindler and imposter. Beteare
of refille t bottles. See that our Private Stamp is Umro
TI LATED over every cork.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dosiers throughout
P. a DRAKE & CO., New York.
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LAW AND COLLECTION OFFICE,
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TION B??INB?* of Mes sr ?, BIRNE V. IBiB.
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pat duo and maturing claims thronguout thc Ucl's
otes tzi Oteada,
OOMMISSIOMMMJI rom ALL TEM STATS*
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PH IC K B RIN G & SONS
NO. 652 BROADWAY
CHICKERIM ft ?!JMS'
(?rand; Square and Upright
ABB NOW. AS TBE? EVER HAVE BEEN, CON.
fcilDERED the beat In America, having been
SIXTY-FIVE i'KlZK nSDALS,
Of which fourteen were received in the month! of Sep?
tember and October, 1866, and first premlnmi over all
corapetltora at the different principal Fairs in thia
country, and the PRIZE MEDAL at the
WORLD'S FAIR, LONDON*
I consider Obi clearing k Sons' Pianos, beyond oom*
p?risen, the best I have seen m America.
Chairman of Jury on Musical Instr um en
It li with feelings of pride ss American manufacturers
that we publish the following testimonials, which have
been received by ns recently:
Kl KO PE.AN TEST I .'fio ?il A LS,
Received during the month of August, 1866.
LONDON, Joly 25, 1847.
M ssa as, C mc rem NO k BOBS-Gents: I have mach
pleasure In enclosing a document signed by the first
composers, musicians and professors in Europe. I held
your Pianos in such high estimation [vide my certifi?
cate) that I felt lt my duty to take one of them with me
to Europe, to ascertain the opinion of my professional
brethren. The enclosed certificate will prove how
unanimous they have been on the subject. I beg to
forward, at the same time, a letter I received from my
friend, Mr. Collard, which I am sore must be gratify,
lng to you.
I havo the honor to be, gentlemen, yours very truly,
JAMES M. WKHLL
" LONDON, January 14,1866.
James M. Wekli, E:g.:
MT DXAB Sm: I have great pleasure In asking yon to
convey to Messrs. Chic sering the expresi?n of my
highest approval of their instrument. It ls, I cou nj er,
not merely the best instrument of American manu fro?
tare that I have tried, but one of tao ftaest Grand Piano?
fortes that has ever come under my observation; and
the Messrs. Chi ck erin g may well be proud of having
turned out from their manufactory an Instrument
which, for touch, quality, power and workmanship, lt
would be very difficult to surpass in any part of the
Dear sir, very sincerely yours,
CHAS. D. COLLARD,
Firm of Collard k Collard, Piano-forte Manufacturers,
LONDON, August 22,18?6.
James Af. Wehn, Esq.:
MT DKAB Sm: As yon are geing back to the United
ahites, I zn tut beg you to remember me kindly te the
[essrs. Chick erin?. Tell them I was delighted with
their Grand Piano-forte-at good an tnttrvment, I ?kink
as utas ever turned out, both in touch and ter -..
Wishing you, ko., I remain ever ti .dy,
H. F. BBOADWOOD.
Firm of L Broadwood k Sons, Piano-forte Msnufso.
LONDON, July 20, 1856.
Messrs, Chxckerinj ? Sons:
GENTS: I have Just been Invited by Messrs. Collard to
try a Grand Piano-forte manufactured by you, and I
have no hesitation In endorsing the opinion o? my old
friend, Mr. 0. D. Collard, viz: That it ls the finest in?
strument I ever played oe.
Believe mo, gentlemen, most faithfully yours,
J. L. HATTON.
Testimonials from the mott distinguished Artists in Europi
to Messrs. Ckickering & Sont:
LONDON, July 25, 1866.
Having played upon s Piano-forte made by Messrs.
Ohlckering k Sons, of Boston and Nsw York, I have
much pleasure in testifying to its general excellence.
For sweetness and brilliancy of tone, delicacy of
touch and magnificent power .for concert purposes, I
consider lt a really G HAND PiAXO-roBTZ, AND DECIDED?
LY THE BEST I HAVE SEXN OF AMEUIOAN M ANC K ACTCBS.
ARABELLA GODDARD. OIL LO REGCNDL
G. A. O8B0BNE. ALFRED JAELL.
W. EUHE. LINDSAY SLOPER.
JULES BENEDICT. J. M080HELES,
M. W. BALFE. Prof. of Conservatoire de
OHAS. HALLE. Leitzig.
BKINLEV RICHARDS. ? ARTHUR OHAPPEL,
BENE FAY ARU ER. Director of Monday Con
SYDNEY SMITH. | certs, London.
Among th? chief points of excellence of the Cblcksr
lng Pianos, of which speak the renowned artists in their
congratulatory testimonials to the Messrs.Chickering,
are the greatest possible depth, richness and volume of
tone, combined with a rare brilliancy, clearness and
perfect evenness throughout tho 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 has manu
In the construction of which they have introduced every
known and valuable Improvement. They have Invaria?
bly been selected and used by all of the world's ac
knowUdged great artists who have visited this country
professionally, both for private and public use,
I consider Chlckering & Sons' Plano*, beyond oom.
psrison, the best I havo ever seen in America.
I consider Ohlckering k 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 purity
which I do not find ia any other Instrument, whRo the
base ls distinguished for power without harshness, and
for a magnificent sonority.
Tour Pianos are superior to any I have ever seen in
this country or in Europe.
I have never h<*rd a tone so perfect; it yields every
expression that ls needed in music, and its quality ls
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, elastic and weU
During tho past eight years I have constantly played
upon the Justly celebrated Erard Pianos ; yours are the
only instruments that I have found, either here or ta
Europe, to equal them in all their points of excellence.
It may be satisfactory to our patrons and friends
among the public at large to state that testimonials have
been received from all the leading artists who have
visited or are now residing in the United state?, a few of
whose names, besides those above, we append:
LEO. DE MEYER. GUSTAV SATTER.
ALFRED J AML. J. BENEDICT.
H. b ANDERSON. M. STEAK.OSCH.
B. HOFFMAN. JULLIEN.
And many others.
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