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FRIDAY MORNING, ATRIL 12, 18G7.
[For the Charleston Daily News,]
SPRING.
m ama. C. A. BALL.
Gloomy Whiter hos past and gone,
And Spriiifi with gladsome tace
. _ Is putting her robes of beauty on,
' Abd cheering thc hearts of tho sail and worn,
With her presence of witc i ing grace.
We hear her voice in tho balmy breeze.
lu the will birds' gleeful song;
We see her smile in the budding trees.
In the houied flowers where sports tho bees,
In the streams as they glide along.
We hoar her step on the carpet green
Which abe spreads in her onward way;
And the daisies spring up to greet theil queen,
And the snowdrops on every side are sceii,
And the butterflies round us play.
All nature ia glowing with joy and pride,
In the light of her beaming glaucc ;
While she scatters her blessings ihr and wide,
tfrom the lowly vale to green hill-side,
And where hashing waters dauce.
Sad eyes grow bright 'neath her sunny smile,
Bowed spirits forget their pain.
For she tells a tale which may well beguile,
The mourning heart from its frricf awhile,
That tho dead sholl live again.
And that hope's bright flowers which withered
lie
On many a broken shrine,
Shall bud again 'neath a fairer sky,
And blossom in beauty no more to die,
Where ?leaven's own sunbeams shine.
A mantle of glory o 'er earth she flings,
Dispersing each cloud of gloom,
We hail theo Spring with thy precious things.
With tho glorious hope which thy presenco
brings
Of a Hie beyond the tomb.
CHABLESTON, April 12th, 18G7.
Dlr. Davis. .
A Fortress Monroe dispatch, dated April Gth,
; contains the following :
-' Prof. Thomas Chenoweth, of Baltimore, has
been giving lessons in painting to Mr. Davis, and
bis sister-in-law, Miss Howell, m Fortress Monroe.
? During the progress of his lessons Professor Chen?
oweth had an excellent opportunity of conversing
with the ex-President, In the conversations Mr.
Davis remarked that he liad no reason for com?
plaint in what appeared to be the unjustly strict
measures adopted by the Government to prevent
his escape from confinement, and that ho enter
tained towards the officers of the fort the kindest
- feelings of respect. They had ever been ready and
willing to promote bis comfort, and had al?
ways exhibited due sympathy and esteem for him
. eel? and family, j
'. .'He spoke of Baltimore, and. felt deeply obliged
to many of her cit-'zens for favors and assistance
' -whiab he had received from thom at various times.
Baltimoreans had acted nobly during the war, and
in them he- reposed the most implicit confidence.
As to his trial. He expressed no opinion; he was in
- the- hands of the Government, and patiently await
i ; ed that decision which would either place him iu
' ./.release bi. before the court of justice.
"His continued imprisonment he characterized as
. .unjust, and brutal, and a stain on the Northern
Government, iu thus singling out from so many
? others equally as guilty, a man who, by the will of
tho Southern people, had been elected to the chief
- - ,;-offioe of the Confederacy. The Connocticut ?lec?
tion was one, ho said, which that State could well
be proud of, aa it appeared to him to be the turn?
ing point in that pohtical struggle which was caus
? ing so much suffering in the land. It Would have
a great effect on tao political balance of power and
< on succeeding elections; its. influence would doubt?
less be energetically exercised and proportionately
perceived. '
, He appeared in good spirits and health, and
" evinced a keen perception and interest in Profes
"' sor Chonoweth's instructions and improvements:in
. oil and water color painting. Mr: Davis conversed
on various other .topics, and showed a perfect ac
< ; quaintanco with all the great questions milich are
agitating the different portions: of the globe. Al
though he considered the immediate prospects- of
? his release or trial not definitely settled, yet. he was
not without hope that his counsel would be able
to force the Government td us? definite measures
when ;(he-next term of the District Court was held
in. May. This, ia tho sr bj oct of the. conversation
which occurred, and which the Professor related
to fri ends after his instructions to Mr. Davis bad
. been completed.
THE MISSISSIPPI APPEAL TO THE SUPREME COURT.
>-! The New .York Times of yesterday says in refer?
ence to this case:
The, point raised before the Supreme Court in?
volves all that has been done since the surrender
i^of Lee's army. Messrs. Sharkey and Walker
affirm in substance that the whole of it is uncon?
stitutional, since both the Executive and Congress,
by their respectivo proceedings, have imposed
tests and exacted conditions at variance with the
Southern theory- of State rights. It is hardly
necessary to say that the question is political, not
legal. It is a question of national policy, not of.
judicial interpretation. It is a question which thc j
country took into its' own hands when it com?
menced the war to put down disunion, and which .
it will refuse to Burrender, though Sharkey and
Walker argue never BO acutely. Having vanquished
the rebel armies, and crushed the physical ele?
ments of rebellion, tho people are' not prepared to
leave the advantages of their triumph contingent
upon the chances of a forensic contest. We have
no apprehension that the Supreme Court will give
. aid or countenance to the affair. But whether in
this case an injunction be granted or refused, tho
final determination of the slalus of the South will
continue to rest with Congress.
Ladies have taken to ask for admissions to the
sittings at Paris, and in, the sralleries may now be
seen many elegantly dressed female politicians.
COMMERCIAL.
Export? fte the Week ending Thursday
April UL
"y "??[ , .. FOREIGN. :
IJVERPOOL-Per ship B S Kimball-287 bales SI and
- 3882 bales Upland Cotton.Per brig Susan ?
Voornis-12C bales S I and 933 bales Upland Cotton.
,. . DOMESTIC.
- KEW YOEE-Per steamship Saragossa-74 tierces Bice,
45 bales Domestics, Al packages Sundries, 7 rolls
Leather.. Per steamship Manhattan-52 bales SI
and 79 boles Upland Cotton, 97 tierces Bice, 12 bales
. Bides, 12 rolls Leather, 38 bales Domestica, SOI bbls
fi Rosin, 250 empty Barrels, 5 bales Corks, 5 pa??hoonB
? t Bum, 7 cases Siundriea, 4 bbls Vegetables,-ti bbls Ale.
Per steamship Moneta-280 bales Cotton, 66 bales
Yarn and Domestics, 60 Packages..Per sehr B
N Hawtdnii-154 bales Upland Cotton, 507 pieces
Lamber, 200 tons Railroad Wheels, 10 chests Teas,
26 cases Wine, 4 casks Brandy, 8 boxes Glassware,
27 boxes Mdze, 3 hhdB Bones, l bale Corks, 35 boxes
Ordnance, 100 empty Barrels.Per steamship
Lodona-45 bales 81 Cotton, 295 bales Upland Cot?
ton, 43 bales Yarn, 5 boxes Sundries.
r ' FB3LADELRHIA--Per steamship Alliance-40 bales Cot
' " . -tony 88 'casks Bice, 7 bales' Rope Cuttings, 12 bags
Dried Fruit, 45 bales Yarn, lot Furniture, 120 empty
Barrels, 10.000 feet'Lumber, 30 packages Mdze.
?fer. brig Nellie Mitchell-140,000 feet Yellow Pine
-:!Puuber.~..~Per sehr Crown Point-67,000 feet
Flooring Boards.
. BALTIMORE-Per steamship Falcon-3 bales Cotton, 25
boles Yarn, SOO sacks Salt, 50 bags Peas, 10 tons Bone,
... 2 bandies Hides, 56 empty Ba nt ls, 10,000 feet Lum
. - ber.
THE CHARLESTON MARKET.
FOB TBS WEBE ENDINO THUBSDAT, APML ll, 1867.
COTTON.-The staple here continues its downward
tendency under the declining condition of the Liverpool
market, prices having fallen about one cent per pound
during the week, Middling Cotton opening at 27c per lb
and closing at 26c per lb. The receipts at this point are
rather in excess ol' the previous week; say 162 bales of
' Sea Island and 2334 bal? of Upland, against 241 boles of
Sea Island and 1976 bales of Upland Cotton tho week
before.
The tra isnctions in the article for the week will be seen
by the following report :
On Friday the Bth inst, the bruited stock and the un?
settled condition of the market restricted the business of
the day to about 1D0 bales, which were generally sold on
. : the basis of 27c. f > lb. for Mid diing Cotton,
On Saturday, with only a limited demand>nd but ht tlc
-Cotton for sale, the transactions were confined to 103
bales at about tho prices ot the day before.
On Monday there was an active demand. Tho sales
being generally at previous quotations, but closad with a
lower tendency, in consequence of a decline at Liverpool.
Sales about 450 bales at 25c. $ lb. for Ordinary, 26a'?6>?c.
for low Middling, and 27c. $ lb. for Middling Cotton.
On Tuesday the staple having yielded in price from a
.. ??toi.e. buyers operated to the extent of 300
bales, the quotations being 24o24>ic. for Ordinary. 25a
"25X0. foxlow Middling, and 2Ca20>?c. ^ lb. for Mid?
dling Cotton.
On Wednesday Ibero was a good enquiry, buyers pur
ch&sing most of the lots on the market, the sales being
generally at the rates of the day before ; the transactions
amounting to 520 bale?, Middling Cotton being quoted at
[email protected]
Yesterday the market was softer, 'and in some cases
prices were a. half cent $ lb. down-sales ??O bales,
?ay-4 at 18; 7 at SO; 32 at 24; 4 at 24>i; 41 at 24??;7at
25tf ; 84at 26; 16 at 26?^. We quote : Ordinary, 24; Low
Middling, 25; Middling, 26c. # lb.
SEA ISLAND COTTON_The business in this class of
Cotton has been very limited since our last week's re?
port, and the market has been flat, with a dir lining ten?
dency. Factors, t J moko Bales, arc compelled to trans?
act business at a decline. The operations ol' tho week
amount to about 100 bales, at prices that were too irregu?
lar to be quoted. In this unsottled condition of thc
market we omit otu? usual quotations.
COTTON STATEMENT.
& Isl'd UpTd. Ria:
Stock on hand Sept 1,1866. 235 5,300 _
Received from April 4 to 10, '67. 162 2,334 286
Beceived previously...14.071 110,874 10,415
Total receipts.14,468 124,508 10,701
EXPOBTS. S.I'& Vp'd. Rice.
From April 6 to ll,
.67. 505 5,672 209
Previously.12,970 109.235 8,954
13,481 114,907 9.163
Total exports.13.481 114.907 9,163
fitock on hand and on shipboard- 987 9,601 1,53?
SAME TIME LAST YEAK.
S. rid. Up"d. Rta-.
Stock on hand Sept. 1.18C5.. 362 1.C10 um
Beceived previously.*?W 7?'Ct)7 3>25
Total receipts.4.C57 75,101 3,418
EXPOBTS. S. Pd. Up'd. Rice.
Tram April 6 to
12, '67. 890 95
Previously.. 4,175 69.3<;3 2,570
4,175 70.253 2,665
Total exports. 4,175 70.233 2.G65
- . -* ivo ??-.i 7.13
. RICE.-Tho receipts are so light thai' they may be'
considered nominal, holders have, in. consequence, ob?
tained a small advance "during the week. The transac?
tions amount to about 200 tierces of olean Caroona,
among which wo note the following salea : 88 tierces at
9TR'c. ft lb. ; 50 tierces at 10c $ 3b. Sellers are, in some
cases, refusing to place their stocks on the market, except
at higher prices. Wo quoto fair clean Carolina at 9%c.
ft ib.; good do. at 10c. ft fi$. No prime on tho market.
NAVAL STORES.-The receipts of Naval Stores during
tho week amount to about 674 bbls. of low grades and a
few lots of new pale Rosin, ateo 70 bbls. Spirits Turpen?
tine and 50 bbls. Crude Turpentine. Pomo 20G bbls, of
No. 2 and 3 Rosin were sold at [email protected] 50 ft bbl., and 100
bbls. of new Extra Palo wore sold at ?8. Tho Spirits were
sold at 70c.. ft gallon, and new Virgin Turpentine at $5
ft bbl for 280 lbs. -
HAY.-Thc receipts for tho past week have been moro
liberal than for sonic time, say about 1600 bales, all North
River. Some 12U0 bales of this quality changed hands at
$2 SO per hundred. There is no Eastern on the market.
CORN.-The arrivals of this grain for tho week amount
to about 45,000 bushels. Early in the week some 6000
bushels of prime White changed hands at $141 ft bushel,
weight, bags included; 7000 do. do. do. at [email protected] 42M
ft bushel, weight, bags included; 1800 bushels in bulk,
at $125 ft bushel, measure, equal to about Si S3 ft busheb
weight, bulk. In tho past few days, in consequence of
rising prices at the North and limited supplies herc, thc
article has had an upward tendency, but there has been
no large operations, the transactions being in limited lo'.?.
OATSr-Have been in Ught BUpply, and we learn of no
wholesale transactions. We quote the article nominal at
about 85c. ft bushel, weight, bags included.
FLOUR_Under decreasing supplies the stock on the
market has been lessening, and sellers, in rmst cases,
have been asking harder prices. We quote Northern and
Western super at SH 75a$12per bbl.; extra do. at $12 76
a 13 25 per bbL; Baltimore super at $12 50al3per bbL,
aud extra do. at S14aS15 per bbl.; choice family brands
scllatS17aS18perbbl.
BACON_The market has an ample stock of this arri?
cio, which continues duh and slow of salo. We quote
prime Shoulders at ll%al2c ft lb., primo ribbed Sides
at 13al3?4'c. ft HJ., prime clear ribbed do. at 13&C,
and clear Sides at I4>?c. ft lb. Lower rates have been ac?
cepted in some cases to close sales.
SALT.-There have been no arrivals during the .* utf
and the demand is very limited, being confined to small
lots for country consumption. Dealers are supplying
this jobbing inquiry at about S2 00 per sack for common
Liverpool.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES.-There have been some arri?
vals lately from Cuba, and our dealers aro selling Clayed
Molasses at co?55c ft gallon; Muscovado Molasses at 55
@65c ft gallon; Porto Rico do. at [email protected] ft gaUon. Mus
covado Sugar is selling at [email protected]#o. ft lb.; market
quito firm.
BAGGING AND ROPE.r-Gunny Cloth 1B extremely
dull and nominal, and we quote from [email protected] ft yard.
ROFE.-There is but little inquiry for this article;
Prime Hemp may be quoted at 20c ft fi}.,'and Jute 12}$c
ft lb
TIMBER AND LUMBER.-There is a fair supply
of Timber, with only a light demand. We renew oui:
rates, say for Common Timber [email protected]$5 ft M; for Mill
Timber [email protected]$8, and Shipping Timber 812 .$ M.
Raft Lumber is selling at [email protected]$14 ftM; City 'Steam
Sawed is held at $18?$25 ft M.
FREIGHTS.-To Liverpool-By sail in some in?
stances ?B d. ft lb. on Upland Cotton has been accepted.
We quoto the rate on Upland at %d. to a }?d. ft lb.
and on Sea Island Cotton [email protected] ft lb. To Havre, 1 J?c.
ft lb. on Upland and 2c. ft lb. on Sea Island. To the West
Indies nothing doing. Coastwise somewhat nominal-To
New York, by steam, $1 ft bale on Sea Island and
Upland Cotton; 75c. ft tierce on Rice; 40c. ft bbL
on Rosin; by Bail, are quite nominal. To Boston, j )i
to 9-16 cent ft tb. by sail. To Philadelphia % cent ?
lb. on Upland Cotton by steam, and % cent ft lb. by
sail. To Baltimore-Tho steamers take Cotton for Liver?
pool, to be re-shipped by steam through at New York
steamer's rates; on Lumber, by sail, to Now York, Phila?
delphia and Baltimore [email protected] ft M.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-'Hie rate yesterday WM
unsettled, and we quote nominally 053? GM to the pound
sterling for 60 days' bills. I . .
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing Sight
Checks on New1 York at J? per cent off; five to ten
days, X per cent discount off; ten to fifteen days, 1
per cent discount off; twenty to twenty-five days, l.'-.i
per emt off; twenty-five to thirty days, 1>? per cent off.
The: Bell Sight Drafts on New York at a ft cent pre?
mium.
GOLD.-The brokers were yesterday buying at 3C
and soiling at 36%@37.
Wilmington Market?
WILMINGTON, April 10.-TrmrsimKE-No change
in prices. Sales of only 71 bbls at $4 for yellow dip and
$2 65 for hard. ft 280 lbs.
SPIRITS TURPENTINE-Market steadv, Sales of 50
bbls at 69c, and 18 do at 09 ft gallon.
ROSTN--Market quiet for the lower grades. Soles of 26
bbls No 1 at $4 25. aud 105-do Pale, at $7 75, $8 37>?a8 GO,
as in quality.' .. ?..'. -" sii'.'-.'-v
TAB-Only 20 bbls sold: at$l 90 ft bbL' ..
COTTON-Suies of ld bal cs at 24c for LowJIiddltng and
25c tor Middling. ... ; . ' ?<.' J fr ? J
HAT-350 bales Northern received and-sold from wharf
at$2 37&02 50 ft loo-ftsiv. -,
Trasks-Sales of "five rafts at $4 25a5 for inferior, $7 25
a7 75 for ordinary, and $8 ft M for fair mill
Augusto, Market.
AUGUSTA, April 30.- FINANCIAL.-There is a con?
tinued scarcity of money.
GOLD--Brokers are buying at 135. and selling at 137.
Srxvim-Brokera aro WPng at 128 and selling at 133G.
SECDTUTTES-rho Georgia Railroad Stock sold at 70c.
COTTON.-There was more confidence felt in the mar
kot. to-day, with a better demand than yesterday, and
sales were made at the following rates: Middling; 25a
25>;c; Strict Middling, 26c and Good Middling, 26>?c.
Stained/Cotton sold at 20a24c Number of bales sold, 171,
as follows: 2atll; lat 20; 2 at 21; 1 at22; Sat 23; 6 at 34;
9 at 24>i;40at25;74at25>j;Cat26; 12 at 26>?; 14 at
2o"X and 1 bale Zippora at 28c
I Receipts. 89 bales. .
TVew Orleans Market.
NEW ORLEANS, April C.-COTTON-Another day of in?
activity, occasioned principally by the increased depre?
dation reported at New.York and Liverpool, to which
may be superadded the downward movement in gold and
exchange. The offerings wore limited throughout most
factors atiU refusing to uncover their tables, and those,
who offered, being indisposed to submit to the heavy i e
duotion contended for by-.buyers, the latter generally
withdrew in the hope of beag able to execute their or?
ders on more advantageous terms next week. Hence the
day's sales were unusually light, footing up at the close
barely 1500 bales, six bi okara participating in the busi?
ness. Prices exhibited further weakness, most of tho
limited bUBinef-s transacted being at figures a fraction
below yesterday's rates, the market closing too unsettled
to admit of regular quotations, which are accordingly
omitted.
DALLY COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock on band September 1,1866.bales 102,082
Received to-day. 1,158
Received previously. 677,068-678,126
780,208
Exported to-day. 3,425
Exported previously.G01,286-604,711
Stock ou hand and on shipboard not cleared.175,497
The clearances comprise 2581 bales for Havre, 44 for
Philadelphia, and 800 for Boston.
SUGAR AND MOLASSES-There have not been any more
arrivals from the coast since yesterday. The offerings
of Louisian.i Sugar ore small, and the market is about
bare of Molasses. Tho demand is limited, and only
local, however. There were sales of 90 hhds Sugar J rom
first hands to-day, at 12=?al2% per lb for good fair, and
13*i'c for prime to choice. There wore several retail, sales
of Sugar at the usual advance of first hand prices, which
we quote for reference: Low fair Sugar 12%c; fair l2%c,
and prime 18j?al3J?C The last sales of Louisiana Mo?
lasses were made several days since at 60a66c per gallon
for fermenting; 75c for *W, and 80c for prime. Th are is
a fail- Block of Cuba Sugar on hand, but no Molasses in
first hands. A cargo is coming up the river, however,
I and will be offered for sale. The last cargoes were sold
at 66a57)?c per gal. It is retailing at 62>?a66 cts, and is
quoted in large lots 60c per gal. Of Cuba Sugar, 450 bxs
.Nos 13 and 14 sold to the government prices not report?
ed, and 150 boxes No 14 i o the trade at 13c per lb.
COEN-The supply m first hands on the landing is ex
! hausted, and the receipt- since yesterday are not yet
I landed. Tho sales aro consequently confined to 6000
sacks, of which 300 and 900 mixed at S127>?, 500 yellow
at $1 27>x, 1000 yellow and white, 250 white, 500 yellow
and 1500 white at $130 ft bushel. Tho market is very
firm, with a good demand at those prices.
FREIGHTS-Are very dull The rates are now %c. ft
lb for cotton by steam for New York, $5 ft hhd. for to?
bacco, 50c. ft bbl. for Hour, and 35c ft sack for corn.
Sail for Boston, ??c. ft lb for cotton. Steam for Liver?
pool, ld. ft ft for cotton; sail, ??aO-lGd. Sail for Ham,
l>.'c
Baltimore Market.
BALTIMORE, April 9.-COTTON.-Nothing was done
to-day; we quote tue market quiet and nominal at 27 ??o
for Middling Upland; some little inquiry at the elote.
COTFEE.-The bark Adelaide Peudergast arrived to?
day with a cargo of 4445 bags Rio. The market contin?
ues strong, with some inquiry from the trade; only sales
reported were 500 bags Rio ox bark Wavelet, and 80 bags
do i rom second hands, both at 17 ! i cents; prime is still
quoted at 19>?c gold.
FLOUR-The market is held firm, but moving slowly;
very limited inquiry for export and tho trade buy only
to meet actual wants. We report to-dav sales of 100 bbls
Northwestern Super at $11; 600 bbls Royal York Extra
and 200 bbls do Super, both on terms not transpired.
Rye Flour has also advanced, and is now quoted at $8 50
I a$9. Coru Meal held at $5 25. Wo repeat the range of
tlie markot as follows:
Howard-street Super and Cut Extra.. .$11 00 @$12 00
Howard-Btrect Shipping Extra..' 12 10 (a) 13 25
Howard-street High Grades. 13 25 ? 14 60
Howard-street Family. 15 00 @ 16 50
Ohio Super and Cut Extra. 10 75 @ ll 26
Ohio Extra Sldppiug. 00 00 <g> 00 00
Ohio rotai?iig. 00 00 @ 00 OL'
Ohio Family. 15 00 @ 1G 00
Northwestern Super. . 10 CO (a) li 00
Northwestern Extra. 12 50 @ 13 75
City Mills Super. ll 00 @ ll 50
City Mills, Standard Extra. 13 00 (a) 13 50
City Mills Shipping brands Extra. 15 50 (a) 17 00
Baltimore, Welch's & Greenfield Fain'y 18 00 @ 00 00
Bal?moro high grade Extra. 17 60 (ai 00 00
Eve Flour, new. 8 50 @ 9 00
Corn Meal. City Mills. 5 20 fol 5 25
GRAIN-Wheat was in very limited supply to-day, only
300 bushs white and 950 bushs red offered; markot lurther
improved, with sales of 350 bushs prune Maryland tod nt
$3 52, and 1 25 bushels choice white at $3 60, the highest
figure yet paid. Corn-7000 bushs white and 7600 hushB
yellow received; market active and for yoUow lc better;
includod in the sales were 825 bURUS white at $114; 4600
bushs do at $115; 3000 bushs yellow at $115, and 2000
bushs at $1 IC-about 3000 bushs mixed sold at $112a
1 13. Oats-2000 bushs offered and sold nt 70a72c. Rye
GOO bushs offered, aud a small parcel only sold at $1 55
per bushel.
LINSEED OIL-City crashed is selfing at $1 30al 32 per
gallon, mostly at the iuside price.
MOLASSES-Yesterday and to-day three cargoes Cuba
arrived, in all 10.H1 hhds, 119 tierces and 25 bbls. We are
not apprised of any transaations, and in their absence
quote prices nominally unchanged.
PROVISIONS-WO notice a good fair jobbing demand for
Bacon, with sales iu tho aggregate ol' 100 casks, embrac?
ing Shoulders at lO-^alO&c. rib Sides LM.^c, clear rib do
at 12?.?al3e; Hams' 15,'?al7%c, as to quality, for plain and
sugar cured. Bulk Moats aro quiet, and in the absence
of ??les we eon tm nc to quote nominal at 9a9',?c for
Shoulders, and Hall ie for Sides. Mess Pork at S24 ft
bbl, and Western Lard 13al3'.,'c ft lb, retail demand only
for both ; Baltimore refined in kegs 16c.
RICE-Is steady but dull at 10#al0&c for Caroliua, and
%a9J?c ft lb for Rangoon.
SUGAR-Wu? quiet to-dav, no sales; quotations un?
di tuged.
.SALT-Remains inactive, but prices are unchanged:
we quote from dealers, Liverpool Ground Alum at S2 20,
and do fine ta 20 per sack. Turks Islaud C0a62 eta per
bushel lor lots from store. Stuck and demand both
light.
WHISKEY-We are still without transactions lo report,
but quote free as before, uomiuul at $2a 2 0">, and iu bond j
at :iua32 cents Der gallon.
New York Market.
MONET HARKET.
The New York Journal of Commerce, of Tuesday, April
9th, says :
The money market is moderately active at 7 fi cont for
call loans on stock collaterals, and Ca7 ty cent on Govern?
ment securi?e8. The rango of discount lor strictly first
class commercial paper at short date is 7aS ty cant per
annum.
PEODUOE MABKET.
NEW YOKK, April 8.-BOEADBT?FFS.-Tho market for
State and Wostern flour is in to 25 cts higher, with a
good demand, partly speculative. Sales wero made of
10,800 bbla at $1015all 25 for superfine State; ill 45a
12 40 for common extra State; $12 50al3 35 forgocd to
choice do; $1615all 25 for superfino Michigan, In?
diana, Ohio, Iowa, kc, and $11 55al2 95 lor extra do;
$13al4 50 for choice extra do, including shipping branda
of round hoop Ohio at $12 25al3 30, and trade brands
of do at $13 40al4 50; St. LOU?B at $13 25al5 25 for
spring, and $15 25al8 for winter, closing quietly but
firmly,
WC quote:
Superfine State.S1015(5)11 25
Extra State. 1145?13 35
Super Western.10 15?11 25
Extra Western. ll 55?12 95
Extra OlaA round hoop. 12 25?13 30
Do trade.. .13 4U?14 50
Extra Geneses.DO OUfcAOO 00
Extra St Louis. 13 25?18 00
SOUTHERN FLOUR.-There is a good business doing at
decidedly higher rates. Sales were made ol' 350 bbls at
$1190al3 301'OT common, and $13 40al7 50 for extra and
family brands.
CALIFORNIA FLOUR-IS selling freely at fall rates. We
notice sales of 900 bbls aud sacks at $15 25al0.
WHEAT,-The market is not so active. The transac?
tions were made at an advance of three to five cents, but
at tho close buyers were unwilling to pay the increased
-prices. The sales are 55,000 bushs at $2 58 for No. 3
Milwaukee; $2 C0a2 70 for No. 2 do; $3 35a3 40 for white
California, and $3 30 for white Canada.
OATS-Have advanced two or three cents, with a good
business doing. Sales were made of 124,000 bushels at
69a72c for old- Western; 70a73c for new do, and 75a77c
forstete.
CORN.-The market ls active, excited, and fully two to
three cents better. The sales are 180,ooo bushelr. at $124
al 25?? for shipping Western mixed in store; Si 25&a
1 27 for do afloat; $120 for newWestern mixed at the
railroad depot; $1 22 for yellow Jersey, and $1 25)i for
.-outhern yellow.
COFFEE.-There is more doing in Rio, at steadily held
rateB. Sales weie made of 986 bagB Kio, ex Hebe, on the
spot; 5000 bags do in New Orleans, ex Dixon; 1300 bags
do in Baltimore, ex Waverly, and to arrive hore 2800 bags
do, ex Cole, all on private terms. Tho 12,000 mats Java,
which arrived to-day in the Humboldt, were sold pre?
vious to arrival.
COTTON.-The market is dull and unsettled by Euro?
pean advices. Some lots were forced off on thc basis of
27c for Middling uplands. Tho general quotation is,
however, about one cont to a cent and a hah higher. The
sales are 1020 bales. We quote:
New Orleans
Mobile, and Texas.
25>?a26
27?a28
28>?a29
25?a26
27?a28
28?a29
Uplands. Florida.
Good ordinary.. 24)?a25 24>?a25
Low middling.. 26?$a27 26?a27
Middling. 27?a28 27><a28
Good middling. . ....
HAT-BJ in very fair demand at $1 50al 55 for shipping,
and SI 70al 90 for retail qua li ties. Straw is in demand at
$1 25 for geed long cut rye.
RICE-There. is no change lu the market We quote
Carolina at 10 v^aio^c.
SUGAR-The market for raw is very firm but quiet. vVe
quote fair to good refining at 10al0% c. The salsa are 461
hhds at 10 ?iall for Cuba; Hal2?c for Porto Rico, and
746 boxea Havana at lO^alS^c There isa good de?
mand for refined at a shade stronger figures. We quote
soft ycUow at 13al3%c; soft white at 13%al.4>?c, and
crushed, powdered, and granulated at 15c.
MOLASSE*-The market is steady and fairly active. The
sales embrace 662 hhds, 96 tes, 60 bbls Muscovado at
50 ?-j c ; 70 hhds Muscovado at 62c: 30 hhds Muscovado at
43c, and resales of 300 hhds Muscovado at 02 !s'c.
NAVAL STORES-Are quiet; the trasactions are 130 bbls
spirits turpentine at 78c, closing at 78a79c for merchanta?
ble lots, and 150 bbls good common rosto at $4.
PBOVISIONB-Pork-Tho market i- fairly active, but at
irregular prices, opening dull aud heavily, and closing
with an active demand at much higher prices. Sales
were madoof 9800 bbls at $22 80a23 25 for new Western
mess, cash and regular way, closing at $23 25 cash ; $22 25
a22 50 for cid mess; $19al9 25 for prime and extra do, and
$21 75a2212 for primo mess. Also, for futuro delivery.
1000 bbls now mess, b o and s o, May, at $23 50. In the
afternoon prices again advanced. Sales of new mess
were mado at $23 43% regular, closing with sellers at
$23 50 and buyers at $23 43.
BEEF-Tho market is firm, with a good inquiry. The
sales aro 430 bbls at $14a20 for plain Western mess, abd
$19 50a23 50 for extra do.
BEEF HAMS-Are firmly held; 35 bbls sold al $40.
BACON Smsa-The demand is limited. We notice sales
of 120 bxs at 10,'?al0??c for Cumberland cut, andlltfc
for short rib.
CUT MEATS-Tho market is quiet but full prices are
demanded. We quote Hams m dry salt at 13,'3'c; do in
sweet pickle at 13??al4,L?c ; ?shoulders in dey salt at 9c,
and do in sweet pickle at 9??al0c.
BUTTER,-The market is dull and heavy. Exporters
are making a few inquiries for low grades, but are not
ready to operate to any extent The high grades move
very slowly, although holders are making concessions.
CHEESE.-There is but lit tlc doing to-day. MoBt of the
shippers ere walting for advices by mail. Prices remain
about tho same.
LARD-Is in moderate request at about former figures.
Tho sales are 900 tea and bbls at 12;4 al2%c for No 1 to
kettle rendered city; 12.^c for No 1 Western; 12%al3c
lor steam rendered do; and l3ain>uc for kettle ren?
dered do.
Havana Market.
HAVANA, April 3-[By telegraph to Merchants' Ex?
change]-Sugar quiet at 7 reals for No 12. Molassea
scarce hore and at the principal ports; clayed 6>?a5&
Exchange-United States currency, 28a2i discount, 60
days. Fr eights from outports, Sugar $8 25a8 50; Mo?
lasses $5n5 50.
Charleston Wholesale Prices,
ARTICLES.
BAGGING, ty yard
Dundee.
Gunny Cloth.
BALE ROFE, ty lb-Manilla.
Weste-n.
New York.,
Jute.
BREAD, fi lb
Navy.
Pilot.
Crackers.
BRICKS. V M.
BRAN, ? 100 lbs.
COTTON, ty lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary..
Low Middling.
Mi-Idling to Strict Middling.
Good Middling.
Sea Island.
CANDLES, ty lb-Sperm.
Adamantine.
Tallow.
COFFEE, ty lb-Rio.
Laguayra.
CORDAGE, 'ty. ft-ManLial !!!!!".'.'!!!!
Tarred American.
CORN MEAL, ty bbl.
? COAL, ty ton-Anthracite.
Cumberland.
COPPER, ty lb-Sheet.
FERTILIZERS
Peruvian Guano, ty ton.
Pacific Guana, ty 2000 lbs.
Bough's Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs...
Rhodes' Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs...
Mapos'Super Phosphate, ty 2009 lb
Zull's Raw Bono Phosphate.
Zeil'H Super Phosphate of Lime..
40
45
26
25
23
12,V? -
10
12
9.00
33
? -
? -
? 15
?20.00
<a -
24 @ -
25 ? -
26 @ -
- ? -
50 (Ti) 1.50
30 @ 82
25 (<n 26
19 @ 20
26 @ 80
28 ? 35
? 45
- ? -
26 @ 28
6.00 ? -
11.00 (0)12.00
nominal.
58 ? CO
Peruvian Guano, ty ton. 100.00 @ -
Pacific Guana, ty 2000 lbs. 75.00 ? -
Bough's Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs... 60.00(g) -
RiiodeB' Phosphate, ty 2000 lbs... 65.00 ? -
Mapos'Super Phosphate,ty 2000 lb 65.00 ? -
Zull's Raw Bono Phosphate. 65.00 @ -
Zell 's Super Phosphate of Lime.. 60.00 ? -
FISH-Cod, ty 100 lbs.| 7.00 ? 9.00
Herring, ty box. 70 ? ' 80
Mackerel, No. 1, ty half bbl. 9.00 ?10.00
Mackerel, No. 2, ty half bbl. 8.00 @ -
Mackerel, No. 3, ty bbL. - ? -
Mackerel, No. 1, by kits. 2.12 ? 3.00
No. 2. 3.00 ? -
No. 3. - & -
Sardines, ty 100-quarter boxes.. 23 @ 25
Half boxes.... 48 ? 50
FLOUR, ty bbl-Super.1 ll .75 ?12.00
Northern and Western Extra.12.75 @13.00
Baltimore Extra.14.00 ?16.90
Southern Extra.15.00 ?18.00
FRUITS-Prunes, ty lb. 22 ? -
Figs. 10 ? -
Dried Apples. ll) ? 28
Almonds, soft shell. 35 ? 40
Raisins, M. E., ty box. 4.00 ? 5.00
Ra?dna, Layer. 4.50 ? 5.50
Oranges. - ? -
. Lemons. 4.00 ? 8.00
GLASS, ty box of 50 feet
American, 8x10. 5.50 ? 6.00
American, 10x12. 6.00 ? 0.5(1
French, 12x14. 7.00 ? 8.00
GRAIN-Maryland Oats, ty bushel..... 75 ? 86
Western Oats, ty bushel. - ? -
Corn, ty bushel. 1.33 ? 1.44
Beans, ty bushel.. 2.00 ?3.00
HA Y, ty cwt-North River. 2.80 ? -
Eastern. - ? -
HIDES-Dry, ty lb. 10 ? 12
INDIGO-ty rb. . 1.00 (a) 1.75
IRON-Refined, ty lb. 07 ? 07?
Swede. 09 ? 10
LATHS, ty M. 4.00 ? 4.50
LIME- Shell, ty bbl.| - ? -
South Carolina.I 1.50 ? -
Rockport. 2.90 ? 2.25
Cement. 2.75 ? 3.50
Plaster Paris. 4.00 ? 4.50
LUMBER, ty M. lect
Clear White Pine, 1st quality.if?O.OO ?55.00
White Pino, good run. 38.00 ?40.00
Yellow Pine. 20.00 ?25.00
Boards, ty M. feet-Rough.12.00 ?15.00 .
Grooved and Tongued_ 28.00 ?32.00
LEATHER, country tanned, ty lb. - ? -
MOLASSES, ty gallon-Cuba. CO @ 65
Muscovado. 55 ? 65
Sugar House. 50 ? 1.00
New Orleans. 75 ? 82
NA VAL STORES, ty bbl-Tar.| - ? -
Pitch. - ? -
Rosin, Pale. 8.01) ? -
Rosin, No. 1. ?
Rosin, No. 2. 3.50 ? -
Eosin. No. 3. 3.OU (ol -
Spirit*Turi>entinc. fa gallon.... 70 <<i -
ujifum. ~ri tb_. li; fm -
NAILS-American, 4?2()d, ty keg. 7.00 ? 7.75
American Wrought. - ? -
Lathing. 7.50 ?10.00
Copper, ty lb. 1.00 ? -
Galvanized. 30 (tc -
8pikes. 12 ? 15
OILS-Lard, ty gallon. 1.80 (rn 1.90
Linseed, ty gallon. 1.C0 ?1.05
Sperm, Winter, ty gallon. 3.10 (ai 3.15
Cotton Seed, ty gallon. - ? -
C&stor (E. I.), ty gallon. 3.00 ? -
Olive, ty dozen. 8.00 ?10.09
Kerosene, ty gallon. 70 ? -
Benzine, ty gabon.I 60 ? -
PROriSlONS-?ct?, mess, ty bbl.16.00 ?30.00
Beef, prime.14.0? ?15.00
Pork, mess. - ? -
Rump. - (ai -
Bacon, Hams, ty lb. IC ? 20
Bacon, Sides. 13 ?
Bacon, Shoulders. lt?,'? 12
Bacon, Strips. 15 ? 17
Lard, ia keg. 35 ? 17
Butter. 3D (?) 40
Cheese. 15 ? 54
Potatoes, ty bbl. 3.25 ? -
Onions. 3.0(1 (al 3.25
Apples. 4.00 ? 6.00
PAINTS-White Lead, ty lb.I 12 ? 20
Black Lead. 12 ? ll
Zinc, White. 12 (a) is
PLOW SIBEL, ty lb 12 ? -
RICE- Carolina, ty lb. [email protected] 10
East India. - (?> -
SLA TES-American, ty square.12.50 ? -
SHINGLES, ty M. 7.00 ? 8.tu
White Piuo, first quality.12.011 ? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarsr, ty sack. 2.00 ? -
Liverpool, linc. - (ai -
SOAP-Bur, ty lb. ll (?; 15
STARCH, ty lb. 10 ? 12
SPICES, ty lb-Cassia. 1.(10 ? -
Mace. 1.75 (?) -
Clovef . 75 ? -
Nutnii';s. 2.0(1 ? 2.50
Pepper. 40 (id -
Pimento. 40 ? 50
Race Ginger. 30 ? -
SPIRITS, ty gallon-Alcohol. 5.00 ? G.(JU
Brandy, Cognac. 4.00 ?12.00
Brandy, Domestic. 3.00 (rn 3.75
Gin, Holland. 4.75 ? 5.00
Gin, American.? 3.5U (r/f 3.75
Rum, Jamaica. 5.00 ? O.0U
Bum, N. E. 2.5U ?. 3.00
Whiskey, Bourbon. 3.00 fu? 5.IW
Whiskev, Rectified. 2.3U da 2.40
SUGAR, ty Iii-Raw. 9 ? 13
Crushed.....J 18 ? -
Clarified A.,.'...,. . .W & -
ClarifledB...... -' @ -
Clarified 0. 16>[email protected] 17
Loaf..... . 18 @ 19
Porto Rico...'.'. "M? M
MnscovaA- . 12 O 1*
^(?^J^DomoB?ciuanufACture,?M. 18.00 @45.0O
TEAS, $ ?b-Imperial. 2.00 @ 2.50
Gunpowder.. 2.00 | 2.50
Hyson. I-60 ?1-c0
Young Hyson. 1M ? 160
TOBACCO, V fb, as per quality. jW @ 1.50
TIMBER-Hewn Timber-YellowPine. 4.00 @15.00
Aah. - @ -
Poplar. - @ -
Hickory. _ @ -
TIN-IC Roofing Plaie.i5-00 @ -
IX Roofing Plate.17.00 ? -
IC Tin Plate?, 10x14.15-60 @ -
IX Tin Plato 10x14.17-00 @ -
I C Tin Plate, 14x20.16-60 @ -
Block Tin, ?lb. 40 @ -
riPJrVE-Cotton, ^ lb. TC @ -
Baling. 45 @ -
Hemp. 45 ? -
Jute. 60 @ -
VARNISH-Bright, $ gallon. 25 @ -
Paraftnc. - @ -
VINEGAR-Whito Wine, H gallon. 60 <? -
Cider. 30 @ -
French. 1.00 @ 1.25
WINE, $ gallon-Port. 2.50 @ COO
Madolra. 2.25 @ 5.00
Sherry. 2.25 @ COO
Claret. $ case. 6.00 @13.5l)
Champagne, $ basket.(25.00 ?30.00
Exports of Rice, Naval Stores and Lamber,
from the Port of Charleston, from Se ote'r
1st to April ll, 1867.
Boston.
Now York.
Newport, R. I.
Providence, R. I....
Philadelphia.
Baltimore.
Northern Port.
New Orleans.
Wilmington.
Jersey City.
Matanzas.
Barbadoes.
Havana.
Cuba and a Market.
Liverpool.
Rio de Janeiro.
Halifax, NS.
Cardenas.
Bordeaux.:...
West Indies.
Baracoa.
Bristol, Eng.
Bahamas.
Barcelona.
Ruatan, Hon.,
Palina, Majorca.
Caibarieu, Cuba....
Valencia, Spam.
Porto Rico.
niOE. IN. STOKF.B.
TIercDB. Barrels.
495
6,242
412
856
892
25
20
1,047
13,460
483
6,039
62
206
126
17
1,720
*630
199
Feet.
567,578
622,370
326,428
643,216
1,660,789
2,565,253
978,800
110,000
356,420
121,257
693,090
201,970
606,152
198,260
234,664
196,345
279,943
234,000
49,600
30,000
69,571
12,000
72,000
41,000
147,000
77,4p8
Exporta of Cotton
FROM THE POET Off CHARLESTON, H. C., COMMENCING I?T
SEPT., 1866, TO A PHIL ll, 1867, INCLUSIVE.
WHENCE EXPORTED.
THIS
WEEK.
Liverpool.
Hull.
London...
Glasgow...
Cork.
Total to Great Britain.
Havre.
Marseilles.
Bordeaux and Rochelle.
Nantes.
Total to France.
Russia-Northern Ports.
Russia-Ports of Black Sea...
Sweden and Norway.
Denmark.
Spain-Ports on the Atlantic..
Spain-Ports on Med i terran'n.
Hamburg.
Bremen.
Cuba.
6,030
PREVI?
OUSLY.
56,7481 61,778
5,030 56,748
Total other Foreign Ports.
New York....
Boston.
Philadelphia.
Baltimore....
Savannah....
Wilmington..
Jacksonville..
Total to Coastwise Ports..
Grand Total.
1,102
"*40
S
1,145
0,175
1,953
"20
1.973
91
91
44,707
5,429
2,654
6,021
59,811
118,623
61,778
1,953
"?0
1,973
Pl
91
45,809
6,929
2,594
6,624
60,966
124,798
Consignees per Sontn Carolina Hal ?road,
April ll.
227 bales Cotton, 42 conks Clay, 20 bbls Spirits Turpen?
tine, 61 bbls Rosin, 1 car Lumber, 1 car Wood, 1 car Old
Iron, 1 car Cattle, kc To W Roach, W 8 Henery, G E
Pritchott, ? Robinson k Co, E H Rodgers A Co, J Coak
ley, W C Dukes k Co, E J Klngman, W W Smith, Kona
paux, Lanneau A Co, J S 3chlrmer, L M Ayer A Co, W
P Dowling, M Goldsmith A Son, .Graeser, Leo, Smith A
Co, R R Agent, Roper A Stoney, D Fye, J M Caldwell A
Sons, B O'Neill, Wallace A Bro, W B Williams.
- Passengers.
Per steamer Fannie, from Savannah, via Hilton B>nd,
Beaufort and Bluffton-C W Hollins, C Goodrich, W H
Wright, H Shaw, C Dewing, G M Standish, C L Stickney,
Jr, H H Holly, B T Bartholow, J W Hugg, 2 Misses
Hogg, W Hoyward, L C Garwood and wife, J Q Buggs, W
Salvo, W H Alden, C F Chase,J R Matbewea, W S Elliott,
Miss Rhett, J H Woodman, J W R Pape, E Baynard, and
6 on deck. . ' . "
PORT CALENDAR.
CORRECTED WEEKLY.
PHASES OP SHE MOON. . .
New M. 4th, 4h. 44m. even I Fi?l M 18th, 6h. 46m. even
First Q. lltb, 2b. 49m. morn | Last Q. 26th, 8h. 41m. even
APHTL.
SUN.
RISES. I SETS.
MOON
RISES.
HI Monday_
Tuesday....
Wednesday.
Thursday...
Friday.....
Saturday...
Sunday.
5.. 40
6. .24
6..25
6..25
0..26
0..27
6. .27
6..28
10..36
ll..38
Morn.
12..35
1..26
2.. 16
2..6C
mon
WATER.
10..41
ll.:37
Morn.
12..40
1.1.48
2..57
3..05
MARINE NEWS.
PORT OF CHARLESTON.
Arrived Yesterday.
Steamship J W Everman, Tuttle, Philadelphia-left
Sunday. Mdze. To H F Buker A Co. J 8 Fairly S Co, J
R Wiltberger, H Risohoff A Co, Muller A Nimitz, Woyh
man A Lillienthal. Wagener, Heath Ai Monsees, Bollmanq
Bros,: Grub er A Martin, CI Ring, B S Rhett A Son, Hart
k Co, Hastie, Calhoun & Co, C P Pnppenheim, D Risley,
W Gurney, J Cosgrove, T M Cater, C H Moise, Cathcart,
McMillan k Morton, W Brookbanks, Risley k Creighton,
Walker, R R Agent, Bowie A MoJse, J F Dawson. Mrs
M E Hutchinson, JefibrdB k Co, Cameron, Barkley k Qo,
T R Clark, W E Greenfield, E Cohen, T M Bristoll, T A
Beamish A Co, J Small, E Somers, A Lander, L Chase, P
Walsh, H Elatte k Co, Luhrs k Stelling, H Gerdts A Co,
IW Taylor, J Marion, J G Gibbes, J N Robson, J H Lee,
E Bocot, G W Williams A Co, J Kenny, N A Pratt, T J
Kerr A Co, M Tower, J Fagan, and Order.
Sehr Samuel H Travers, Applegarth, Norfolk, Va, 26
days. Corn. To Risley A Creighton. From March 20
to the 3l8t, experienced a succession of heavy gales from
all points, split sails, hod the deck swept, bulwarks stove,
and sprung aleak. March 25th, lat 37, lon 71 30, spoke
tho brig C F Tompkins, of St Johns, N B, bound to Ma?
tanzas. March 2U, lat 36 45, lon 7145, spoke tho ship El?
len Sears, of Boston, bound SE. April 7th. lat 31 40, lon
78 -itt, spoke and boarded the brig Rabboui, of Bangor,
from Caibarieu, 3 days out; obtained from her a supply
of provisions.
Steamer Faunie, Vincent, Savannah, via Hilton Head,
Bluffton and Beaufort. 3 bales 8 I Cotton, 5 yt tierces
Rice, 317 sacks Corn, and Mdze, To Ferguson k Holmen,
W C Bee A Co, Coben, Hanckel A Co, J A Enulow k Co,
J Purcell, J Jones.
Steamer Mab, Dart, Edisto. 14 bales S I Cotton. To
Roper k Stoney.
Steamer Gen Hooker, Boyle, Edisto and Rockville.
Mdze. To C LGuiUeaume.
Cleared Yesterday.
Steamship Lodona, Hovey, New York-Courtenay k
Tronholm.
Went to Sea Yesterday.
Steamship Lodona. Hovev, New York.
Brig Nellie Mitchell, Dunphy, Philadelphia.
Brig Susan E Voorhis, Fulford, Liverpool.
Brig Webster Kelly, Haskell, Georgetown, S C.
Sehr Louisa Frazier, Stoelman, a northern Port,
Sehr R K Vaughan, Howell, Buck* ville, S C.
From this Port.
Sehr Samuel Costner', Robinson, Philadelphia, April 8.
Sehr A U Coin, Simpson, Philadelphia, April 8.
Sehr Charlotte Fish, Strong, Philadelphia, April 8.
Cleared for thin Port.
Ship Galena, Danton, at New York, April 8.
. {LIST OF VESSELS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR THIS PORT.
FOREIGN.
LIVERPOOL.
Ship Amelia, Conner, up.March 23
Ship Missouri, Edward, sailed.Feb 13
Br bark The Queen, Stuart, sailed.March 1
Brem bark Everhard Delius, Hohnholtz, sailed... .Feb 27
The Effort, Hussey, sailed.Feb 1
The Blauch, Campboll, cleared.Feb 12
Brig Depesche, Lubke, sailed.Feb 15
Brig Albert, Erriekson, sailed.Jan 22
SOUTHAMPTON.
The Alleu, Martel!, Bailed.Feb 6
DOMESTIC.
BOSTON.
Sehr Willie Mowe, Hilton, cleared.March 25
Rehr Mary Ella, Thomas, cleared....-.March 29
Sehr P M Wheaton, Ireland, up.April 2
Sehr .Toa Long, Perry, cleared.March 30
Brig AVm Mason, Small, cleared.April 6
NEW voRir.
Ship Galena, Duuton, cleared.April 8
Brig Allston, Sawyer, cleared.March 30
ehr L S Davis, Bishop, up.April 3
Sehr Harry Landell, Weiden, up.April 3
ehr W F dishing, Cook, up.April 6
PHILADELPHIA.
Sehr Sarah Bruen, Crawford, at Philadelphia, March 21
Sehr Traie, Mason, cleared.April fi
BALTIMORE.
Sehr L n Hopkins, Soper, Baltimore, cleared.... April 5
Sehr J W Rumsey, Cranmer, up.April \2
Sehr E J Palmer,"Palmor, cleared.April 3
Sehr Daniel Chase, Mitchall, np.April 9
Sehr C W Ewell, Loup, cleared.April 4
RICHMOND.
Sehr Frances Hatch, Gregory, sailed.April 2
LIST OF SHIPPING
In tin Poi tor Charleston, April 11,1807.
VESSELS UNDER 100 TONS, AND STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STAT - EXCEPTED.
STEAMS! i?S.
Granada, 7Ci tons, iiursley, at 'ger's wharf, for New
York, loading.Ravenel & Co
J W Evenuan, - tous. Tuttle, at Atluutic wharf, for
Philadelphia, loading.HF Baker k Co
SHLPS.
Mary Ogden, - tons, Coldrey, at Union wharf, for Liver- .
pool, loading.W B Smith & Co M
Scdbergh (Br), - tons, Knealc, at Vanderhorsta wharf, .
for Liverpool, loadiug.CT Lowndes k Co I *
BARKS.
Ango Guardioue (Fr). 486 tons, Willis, at Marsh's wharf,
from Havana, waiting.J A Enslow k Co
James Wilson (Bri, 3C4 tons, Dyer, at Bennett's wharf,
from Swan lslaud, waiting.Master
orton (Br), 53C tons, Endow, at Vanderhorst's wharf,
for Liverpool, loading.Raven el i: Co
B Walker, SOI tons, Latham, at Brown k Co'e wharf,
for Boston, loading.Ri?loy A Creighton
?man (Br), 020 tons. Boyle, at Union wharf, from Liv?
erpool, discharging.J Fraser k Co
BRIGS;
Izzio billing (Br), - tons, Mott, In tho Eoads, for Port?
land, ready.J A Ens low A- Co
mnie Achom, - tons, Achorn, at Atlant%*to.f, from
Bul tim ore, discharging.Bouai" rfc A- Salas
T Knight, 203 tons, Blalsdcll, at Farr childs wharf, from
Norfolk, Va, discharging.Master
SCHOONERS.
ld (Br), - tons, -, at Union wharf, from Ma?
tanzas, walting.Master
olxtrt Caldwell, Mccormack, at Anger's wharf, for
Havre, loading.W Roach
N Hawkins, 3UG tons, Wyatt, in the Stream, tor New
York, ready.W Roach
[en : wa, 211 tons, Dissoway, in Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading.HF Baker k Co
[arv R Somers (3-mosted), 372 tons, Somers, at Brown
Si Co's wharf, for Philadelphia, loading.
.M Goldsmith k 8on
TAB Douglass, 200 tons, Lawrance, in the Stream, for
St Mary's, Geo, ready.WW Shackelford
cia- Lilly, 412 tons, Francis, in Ashley River, for New
York, loading.W Roach
[ohawk, - tons, Bradley, in Ashley River, for Balti?
more, loading.Chisolm Bros
Maxfield, 207 tons, May, in the Stream, for Jackson?
ville, ready..HF Baker Si Co
i & A Babcock, 265 tons, Smith, in the Stream, for
Jacksonville, ready.HF Baker A Co
jr Waring, 314 tons, Smith, in Ashley River, for a North?
ern Port, loading..W Roach
Tansit, 295 tons, Stetson, at Kerr's wharf, from Boston,
discharging.^.P P Locke
?d.wln R Kirk, - tons, Burnett, in Ashley River, for a
Northern Port, loading.H F Baker A Co
IH Tones, 215 tons. Davis, at Central wharf, from Balti?
more, discharging..HF Baker k Co
c-seph Allen, - tons, Eelso, at Union.wharf, from Ha?
vana, discharging.JA Enslow k Co
MISCELLANEOUS.
?OTICE TO SAILORS OR IMMIGRANTS,
HOTEL OR BOARDING-HOUSE KEEPERS.
OFFICE CLERK OF COUNCIL, )
[March 13,1867. J
N ACCORDANCE WITH THE FOLLOWING ACT OF
the Legislature, passed the 20tD day of December,
8G6, all persons concerned are hereby notified to call at
his Onice and take out the required license immediately.
W. H. SMITH,
Clerk of Council.
IH ACT FOB THE BETTEB PBOTECTION OP SEAMEN AND
ruanoitANTS IN THE POST AND HABBOB OF CHABLES
TON.
L Be it enacted, by the Senate and House of Representa
iva:, now met and sitting in General Assembly, and by Ute
Kit.Sari ty of Ute same, That it shall not be lawful tor any
larson, except a pilot or public officer, to board or at
empt to board a vessel arriving in the port or harbor of
Charleston, before such vessel shall have been made last
0 the wharf, without first obtaining 1 eave from the mas?
er or person having charge of such vessel, or from her
>wner or agents.
IL it shall not be lawful for any owner, agent, master,
>t other person having charge of any vessel arri vi a g or
teing in the port of Charleston, io penni t or authorize
toy sailors, hotel or board lng house keeper, not licensed
LS hereinafter provided, or any agent, runner or em
iloyee of any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding
louse, to board, or attempt to board, any vessel arriving
n, or lying, or oeing in the harbor or port ot Charleston,
icfore such vessel shall have been made fast to the wharf,
ir anchored, with intent to invite, ask or solicit the
warding of any of the crew employed on such vesseL , x
IH. lt shall not be lawful fdr any sailor's or immi
airat'8 hotel or boarding house keeper, or the employee
:f any sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boarding house
temper, having hoarded any vessel made fast to any wharf
n the port of Charleston, to neglect or refuse to leave
1 rid vessel, after having been ordered so to do by the
naster or person having charge of such vesseL
IV. It shall not he lawful for any person to keep, con
loot or carry on, either as owner, proprietor, agent or
?tharwise, any sailor's or immigrant's boarding house,
>r sailor's or immigrant's hotel, in tho city of Charleston,
vii bout having a license from the City Council thereof,
V. It shall not bo lawful for any person, not having the
?cense m this Act provided, or not being the regular
igont, runner or employee of a person having such li
? anse, to invite, ask or solicit in tho city or harbor of
Jharleston, the boarding or lodging of any of the crew
imployed on any vossel, or uf any immigrant arriving in
a e said city of Charleston.
VL Tho City Council shall take tho application of any
M?MO opplying for a licenso to keep a sailors' or immi?
grant's boarding house, or sailor's or immigrant's hotel,
n the city of Charleston, and upon satisfactory evidence
o them of tho respectability and competency of such ap?
plicant, and of the suitableness of ins accommodations,
?hali issue to him a license, which shall bo good.for one
fear, unless sooner revoked by said City Council,' to
toop a sailor's or immigrant's boarding house in the atty
)f Charleston, and to invito and Bolicit boarders for the
?ame.
VII. Tho City Council may, upon satisfactory evidence
)i the disorderly character of any sailors' or immigrants'
lotel or boarding house, licensed as hereinbefore pro?
dded, or of the keeper or proprietor of any such house,
ir of any force, fraud, deceit or misrepresentation, in in?
citing or soliciting boarders or lodgers for such house,
m tho part of such keeper or proprietor, or any of his
t?rente, runners, or employees, or of any attempt to per
made or entice any of the crew to desert ironi any vessel
ii the harbor of Charleston, by such keeper or proprie?
tor, or any of bis agents, runners or employees, revoke
the li cease for keeping such house.
' Yin. Every person receiving tho license hereinbefore
tfovided for shall pay to the city <louncU aforesaid the
ium of twenty dollars.
IX. The said City Council shall furnish to each sailor's
>r immigrant's hotel or bearding house keeper, licensed
jy them os aforesaid, one or moro badges or shields, on
irhich shall be printed or engraved the name of such
note! or boarding house keeper, and tho number and
itreetof his hotel or boarding house; and which said
cadges or shields shall be surrendered to said City Coun?
cil upon the revocation by them, or expiration of any
'.cense granted by them,.as herein provided.
X. Every sailor's or immigrant's hotel or boording
liouse keeper, and every agent, runner or employee of
inch hotel or boarding-house keeper, when boarding any
Teasel in the harbor of Charleston, or when inviting or
eliciting the boarding or lodging of any seaman, sailor
yt person employed on any vessel, or of any immigrant,
.'hall wear, conspicuously displayed, the shield or badge
referred to in the foregoing section.
XI. It shall not be lawful for any person, Except those
lamed in tho preceding section, to have, wear, exhibitor
iisplay any such shield or badge to. any of the crew em?
ployed on any vessel, or to any immigrant so arriving in
ihe city of Charleston, with the intent to invite, ask or
solicit the boarding or lodging of such immigrant or ol
my of the crew employed oa any vessel being in the
mr bor of Charleston.
Trr, wiioever sholl offend against any br cither of .tho
Provisions contained in section 1, 2,3, 4, 5,10 and ll, in
his Act, shall be deemed guilty ol a misdemeanor, and
?hall, upon conviction thereof, fae punished by imprison
nent for a term not exceeding one year, and not less
ihani thirty day's r or by a nh? n ? t ' o xceedi og. tw o hundred
ind fifty dollars, and not less thaii ono. hundred dollars,
ir,bj both such.fine and imprisonment. : "'
, ?X?X, The word, "vessel," as used.in this. Act, shall in
iraae vessels propelled by steam,
[n the Senate House, the twentieth day of Decombi r, in
the year of our Lord one thousaud eight hundred and
sixty-six. - W. D. PORTER,
President of the Senate.
CHAS. H. SIMONTON,
Speaker Borne of Representatives.
Approved December 20, 1866 :
JAMBS L. OBB, Governor.
March H
KRAUSHAAR & CO.
THU HOST WBOVED
GRAND ARD SQDARXI
PIANO-FORTES
Full Iron Frame and Overstrung Base.
MANUFACTORY AND. WAREHOUSE
Ko. 19 Waat Ron? ton-street. Mo. li
. NEAR BROADWAY. HEW YORK.
~pHE UNDERSIGNED, MEMBERS OF THF FIRM Ci
J. KRAUSHAAR A CO., are practical Plano maker?
ind as such have had a large experience hi corni cotia
with tout ol the best Establishments in thia oounti;
ind Europe. Their J Inno? are made not merely foi
them, but ty- them, Md under their imm?diate per Bon? ]
supervision, and they allow no instruments to leave theil
factory and pass into the hands of their patrons, unleii
they have a power, evenness, firmness and roundness t>
tone, an elasticity of touch-without which no Justen
nent ought to be satisfactory to the public-aa well i
tbat durability In construction, which ?.nublos lt to rr
main in ta ?? and to withstand sudden oh&ngcs of tem
j era turo and exposure to extremo neat and cold, whlc)
ire tometlmeB unavoidable
They will at all times be happy to see the prof?ssfc?
and the public at their Warerooms, and invite compari
ion between their own Plaue* and thoBe ol any otht)
manufactory.
ANTON KRAUHHAAR..TOBIAS HA?5?
CHARLES J. HUB?NEMANN.
april M_
OLD ESTABLISH! DRUG Sf ORE
E. H. KELLERS & CO.,
(LATE P1IIIN Ot DOUX)
WHOLESALE AM RETAIL DRUGGISTS
No. 131 MEETING STREET,
Third door above Market.
HAVE LATELY RECEIVED LARGE ADDITIONS TC
their usual stock of pure and fresh
DRUGS
MEDICINES
DYE STUFFS
EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN FANCY GOODS
FINE SOAPS
TOILET POWDERS
T?MADES
COSMETICS
COMBS
BRUSHES
EXTRACTS, kc
I'omprising invoices Irom tho most reputable manu
acturers. On hand, all "ie principal
PROPRIETY HY MEDICINES,
Including Preparations. AYER, JAYNE, HALL, CHEV
VLIER, DAVIS, WRIGL.T, HOLLOWAY, kc Also. ?
arge assortment ol
SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS
TRUSSES
SADDLE BAGS
MEDICINE CHESTS
GLASS
UETAL AND GUTTA PERCHA GOODS
GLASSWARE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Great attention is paid to tho importation and selec
ion of
PURE AND FRESH DRUGS,
md none other arc allowed to go out of the Establish
nent
PRESCRIPTIONS compounded
with accuracy, and the public eau
lepeiyl jm the utmost reliability in
he * '.cation of orders.
Lil. KELLERS, Ml.H. RAER, O.
March 9
W. SPRIMi il tos. te.
WU HAV? NOW IN STORE THE FOILOWDfG
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS,
PRINTS, BLEACHED AND BROWN GOOD8, 12ia, 15a, 20c.
PRINTED MUSLO?, CAMBRIC BRlLLlANlS. - 'i??f?&?ij,
ORGANDIES, LAWN AND GRENADINES
ALSO,
THE FINEST 8ELECTION OF WHITE GOODS AND HOSIERY. OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, YET OFFERED
AND AT PRICES THAT CANNOT FALL TO PLEASE.
CITY TRADE.
WE OFFER, FOR A FEW DAYS, A SPECIAL AND BEAUTIFUL LOT OF DRESS GOODS, AT 25c. PER YARD
A fresh supply of Goods received by every Steamer.
Parties who wish cheap Goods will please examine our Stock before purchasing elsewhere. r
E. SCOTT & CO.,
No. 229 King Street,
Next to Auger's Building, opposite Graber A Martin's Grocery, -te
March 25 ; ' mwfSmo
DRUGS, CHEM!! ALS, ETC.
SIMILI \ SIMIL1BUS C?RANT?R,
HUMPHREYS'
HOMOEOPATHIC SPECIFICS !
HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE EXPE?
RIENCE, an GU tiro success : Himple-Prompt-Effi?
cient and Reliable. 'They are the only medicines per
factly adapted to popular use-so, Himplo that mistakes
cannot be made in using them; so' harmless ai to bit
tree from danger, and- so efficient as to bo always relia?
ble. They have raised the highest commendation from
iE, and will always render satisiactlom 1
Gent?.
Mo. 1, eures Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations.. $
H 2, " Worm?: Worm-Fever, Worm-Cole. 2?
II s, M Crying Colic, or Teething of In* ]
fan te. SB
II 4, II Diarrhoea of Ohildrenor Adults.... 36
H 6, " Dysentery. Griping, RUlousCoUa.. 3t
H e, "- Choleia Morbus, Nausea, Vomit? '?
?ng...:/..;.............;;....;^.. ?
H 7t .. Coucha, Colds, Bronchl?B. - !
.i 8, H Neuralgia, Toothache, Faceache.. 28
.i 9, II Headaches, 81ckHeadsche^Verttgo,. li
H 10,. " .Dyspepsia, Bilious-Stomach....... ]
.i ll, II Suppressed, or Painful P?riode. | -
II J2I M Waites, to? proinee periods......... 90
II is, H Croup. Cough, Difficult Breathing.. 23
.i 14, II Sa.lt Kliemn, Erisipelas, Eruptions. SS
II 10, 11 Rh etti* ?.ti ?rn, Rheumatic'Pains... SB
?i ie, H. Fever anti Ague, Chill Feyer, !
Agues. IO
II 17, II Piles, Bundor Bleeding...'...:...... 60
"13, " Dpi h al bi j-', andSoro or Weak Eyes. 60
H ig, II Cat?'- li, Acute or Chronic, Lnflu- '
ehza. SO
u 90, -Whooping-Cough, Violent Coughs 6c
.i 21, " Asthma, Oppressed Breathing.. BC
22, .* Ear Discharges, Impaired Hear. !
lng. :....... .'A...:.... BU
" 98, " .Scrofula, Enlarged.Glands, Swell
.mgs. 60
? 34, " General Debility, Physical Weakness 66
? 25, ti Dropsy and Scanty Secretions....... BC
11 93, " Sea Sickness. Sickness from- Rid* :
ing.i..............;.......:.... BO
II 2',', II Kidney Disease, Gravel.......... BO
'i 28, " Nervous Debility, 8omlnal Emla- 1
?lons, Involuntary ; iscnarges.LOO
.i 29, " Sore Mouth, Canter.to
H 80. ? Urinary Incontinence, Wetting i -
B*d....... BO
.i ttl, ? Painful*. Periods, even with 1
Soaso' L.... K
11 89, " S u ncr k ? ga at Change of We....LOO
.i 83, " Kpllepsy, Spasms, St. Vitus' DauccLOO
? 81, H Diptherla, Ulcerated Sore Troat... BC
; FA MILY. CASKS.
ic vial?, morocco CARO and book.............?IHM*1
20 large vials, in morocco, ?nd book. C.Ov
30 large vitus, plain case, and book-. 6.0C
IC bcx?s ? N ot i. 1 to 16), and b cot....... :......... 8.90
V KT E RI N A RY SPECIFICS.
Mahogany cases, 10 vials..';........'...fio.oo
dingle vUls, with dirac tiona. 1.06.
49-These remedies, hythe case or single box, are
lent to any part of the country, by MAU or Express, fret
if charge; on receipt of the price. Address {
HUMPHREYS' SPECIFIC.
HOMCEOPATEPO MEDICINE COMPANY,
Office and Depot No. 662 Broadway, New York.
Dr. HUMPHREYS ls consulted dally at bis office, per
tonally, or by letter, aa above, for ah forms of disease.
DO WIE ?Si MOISE. Wholesale Agente. ' '
" ' * Na 151 Meethlg street j
. . Opposite Charleston Hotel.
W. A. 8 IL KI SJ IC.
A. MT. ECKELA CO.. Hetall Agent?,
NO. 231 RING-STREET, 4th doc f abovo Markct-et ;
April 16 . m wffimo fimo , Qhartostan. 8. C..
.'A smile was on her lip-health waa in her lobe
strength was In har step, and In her uandi-PLJJTTA.
TroK BrXTKBS." i ..
S. T.-1860-X.
A 'ow bottles of PLANTATION EITTHHS
Wm cure Nervous Headache.
" Cold Extremities and Fevoriah Up?.
" Sour Stomach and Fetid Breath.
H ' Flatulency and Indigestion: ."
M Nervous Affections.
H . Excessive Fatigue and Short Breath.
?. Pain over the Eyes.
.i Mental Despondency.
, " Prostration ;Groat Weakness. -,
?r Sidlew Complexion, Weat Bowell, 4c.
Which are the evidences of ?'l - , i
, HVEB.COMPLAINT AND DYSPEPSIA
It ls estimated tiwi seven-tenth ? of ell adult alimenta
proceed from' a- deceased abd- torpid 11 ver. - lire biliary
secretions of the liver, overflowing into the stomach poi?
son the satire'system and exhibit tho above symptom*.
After long research,- we srt'atrtete pr?tant the most
ten orkabie cure for these horrid nightmare diseases,
the world has ever produced. .Within one year over six
hundred and forty thousand persons ' bave takes the
PUj^TATzoN Brrrarut, and not aa Instance cl complaint
hat x>nio to our knowledge!
It is a most effectual tonio and agreeable stimulant,
sullied to all conditions Of Ufa 1
The reports that lt rehei upon mineral substances for
Ita actlvsi properties, are' wholly false. ' For' the satis?
faction of the public-and that patiente may consult
Uie'r physic!wai, we append a list o? ita components.
?. -jasATA BABS.-Celebrated lor over two hundred
yes VB in the treatm ent of Fever and Ague; ' Dyspepsia,
W?vknois, etc. It wai introduced Into Europe .by the
Oocntess, wife of the Viceroy of Peru, lu 1640, and
afterwards sold by tho Jesuits for ihe enormous price of
it? own weight in silver, under the name of Jetult't Pow?
der*, and was finally made pnbUo by Louis XVI, King
of France. Humboldt makes' e special reference to ita
febr?fugo qualities during his South American travels.
C-ASCA3U.LA Bmx-For diarrhoea, collo tod diseases
ol th? stomach and bowels.. i i
D ANDIRON-For Uinammatioxi of the loins md drop*
leal affections. j
? OH AM oin; J: FLO wins-For enfeebled digestion. :
LAVKVTOKB FEO WEBS-Aromatic, stimulant and tonie
highly mvig?r?ting In nervous d?b?ity.'
WINTEBOBEBH-For ?arofula, rheumatism, etc.
AN isa-An aromatic j carminative; creating flesh,
muscle and muk ; much used by mothers nursing. <
Also, olove-buds, orango, carraway, coriander, snake*
. oct, et*>. _
S. T.-1860.-X.
Another wonderful ingredient of great use among
the Spanish ladies of South America, imparting beauty
to tho complexion'and brilliancy to the mind, ls yet un?
known to the commerce of tho world, and we withhold
Its name for the present,
IMPORTANT CERTIFICATES.
RooHBSTBB, N. Y , December 98, 1861.
Mosers. P. H. DUAXB k Co.-I have been a great suf?
ferer from Dyspepsia for three or four years, and had to
abandon my. profession. About throe months ago 1
triftd the Plantation Bitters, and to my great Joy I am
noir nearly a well man. I have recommended them In
several cases, and, as far as I know, always with signa)
benefit I am, respectfully yours,
"Rev. J. 8. OATHORN.
PHILADELPHIA, 1.0th Month, 17th Day, 1869.
RESPXOTXO EBIKND:-My daughter has been much
bene a vied by the us? of thy Plantation Bitters. Thou
wiU Rend me two bottles mora.
Thy friend, ASA CURREN.
BBXBMAH HOUSE, CHICAGO, HL, >
February ll, 1863. J
MESS na, P. H. DBAES ft Co.:-Please scad us another
twelve cases of your Plantation Bitters. Aa a morning
appetizer, they appear to have superseded everything
else, and are greatly esteemed.
Yours, ic, GAGE A WAITE.
Arrangements are now completed to supply any de?
mand for thia article, which has nat heretofore been
possible.
The public may rest assured that In no case wiU the
perfect yr uro standard ol the PLANTATION BITTKBS be
departed'from. Every bottle bears the fac-simil? of our
signature on a steel plate engraving, or it can-rust be gen?
uine. '
Any person pretending to sell PLANTATIOH BTTTEBS in
bulk or by the gallon, is a tvrindur and impoiter. Btu art
of refiled bottles. See thai our Private Stamp is Usiru
ITXATEO over every cork.
Sold by all Druggists, Grocers and Dealers throughout
the country.
P. H. DRAKE & CO., New York.
April 20 mwftvr
AFFLICTED !
SUFFER NO MORE!
When by the use of DR. JOINVILLE'S ELIXIR you
eau be cured permanently, and at a trifling cost.
Thc astonishing success which has attended this in?
valuable medicine for Physical and Nervous Weakness,
General Debility aud Prostration, Loss ot Muscular En?
ergy, Impotency, or anj of the consequences of youthful
indiserc.ion, renders it thc most valuable preparation
ever discovered.
lt will remove aU nervous affections, d?pression, ex?
citement, incapacity to study or business, less of memo?
ry, contusion, thoughts of self destruction, fears of in
sanity. Ita. It will restore the appetite, renew the health
of those who have destroyed it by sensual excess or cv?
practices.
Young Men, be humbugged no more by "Quack Doc?
tors" and ignorant p. actilkmers, but send without delay
for the Elixir, and bo at once restored io health and hap
piuess. A perfect Cure i- Guaranteed ia every instance.
Price $1, or four bottles to ono addre-s *3.
One bottle is sufficient to effect a cure in all ordinary
cases. i
ALSO, DR. JOINVILLE'S SPECIFIC PILLS, for the
speedy and permauent cure ol' Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Ure?
thral Discharges, Gravel, Stricture, and all affections ct
the Kidneys and Bladder. Cures effected in from one lo
five day:). They arc prepared from vegetable extracts
that are harmless on the uvstem, and never nauseate the
stomach or impregnate the breath. No change of diet
is necessary while using them, nor docs their action to
any manner interfere with bubiuess pursuits. Prue $1
per box.
Either of thc above-mentioned articles will be sent to
any address, closely scaled, and post-paid, by mail or
express on receipt of price. Address all orders to
BERGER. SHUTTS .V. CO., Chemists,
March 3U ly No. 285 River street. Troy, N. Y.
DAVETA, younis MCKENZIE
LAW AM COLLECTION OFFICE,
Nos. 30 aud 40 Park Row,
ISAAC DAVEGA, }
GEORGE B. YOUNG, } KEW YU HF ,
GERARD L. MCKENZIE,)
HAVING BUOOKRDSD IO THE VOKKl?fi COLI.*?
; T1?N iiViilNh'SP Af .Uiwsrs. B1RNL-?, PUZf
TIMS k FLANDERS, wo will attend tu tho cotlfcUou t
..MI i au? and ?iaturluff ii al inn tlirongbout in- Pbltti
a'.nh ? ' i v? nd a.
OOUUJSSIOXBBS rOU ALL TUM STATU*.
January t.
DRUGS, CHEMIOALS, ETC.
SARATOGA
rO WATER OF THIS SPRING IS BELIEVED TO
be unequalled by that of any other ia- the iar-famed
vaUey of Saratoga. Ita virtues are auch aifhave secured
it the nigh encomiums of aa who have used it, possess
tag, aa it does, in an eminent degree, cathartic, diuretic, "
alterative and tonic qualities. T . J
TFrom SAMUEL HENEY DICKSON, M. D., Professor
Practice of Physic, Jefferson Medical College, Phila?
delphia, formerly of Charleston, 8. C.: ,
Pnrx?nELPEiA, Novemhar 15, ?88&,'
1 have been fora year or more past m the habitof
taking the water of the "Excelsior" Spring of Saratoga.
Accustomed during the great portion of my inva?dl?e
to use the cliflerent waters of thaseveraLfounts-which
boil up along that remarkable valley, dependent,WSSSL
upon them ior" much of the comfort I enjov, Tam satis
fled that the Excelsior -Water lace well- adapted assay
other, among them, if not moro so, to the- purposes for
which they are generally employed; It is very sgreeabie,
strorigly impregnated willi the carbonio acid, lively ?d ?
eparkuag. *.*.* lesa hewtfteM^'igjSw^SSiTO
recommend it to all who need a gentle cath?Scsnd
diuretic. 8AATOEL HENEY DICKSON, M.D.
The Water ls put up in Pint ; and Quart bottles, ard ;
packed in good order for slapping, J?mni'in boxes et
four dozen-each,-and Quarts m boxes -nf twooe?n esoh. '
-8OIJ>AT:wH0?B8A???? ^i/^K."
importers and Wholesale Druggists,
No. m?XEmC' 8TEj;ET,. :J
No. 151 MEETING STREET, -,
And for salo by first class Druggists and Hotels. ':
Jamiary,^2 ''-" . ! ' ' J- ' "' - . ^'r;H Ci?mo'i
? ^^^^ ^^KPS^B^B^^
; prTI drxJi'f-jr.'?a n's" V.
? '. .\\ [l?e ^?.!:!j5cr>T% . ..'
OLD BIP VAN WINKLE OIN, : ^ ? ? ?
GOLD MEDAL' 8HEBBY, '
. ,f' POBT'jAND MADFJB^,: " %
..'/ I. , HABVEST BOURBON,
'? OLD HOMESTEAD BYE.
. . .. . - ,<J , ...~.."u" -y ?. -??j>
PADDITION TO OUR BUSINESS OE SELLING^
WINES, et&, rh orijdnar pe^^
insure to consumers Pure Liuuart in a comp<ict and'con- ?
veulent fora, we commenced tte enterprise of botfling
and packing in caaes our i w*TJ known Win^ Brandies, "C."
Whiskies, &c, and. have Mat them ont in a style that
would preclude' fae possfbOQ^ eVfhelr. being pampered
with before reaching the purchases, --The general appre?
ciation and gratifying success that has rewarded our
efforts has encouraged ns to maintain the standard ss re?
gards quality, Uso td ro?U4Bc*es*?d- efforts to retain the,
[Established 17T8.] '? - ?? ?-1??ivMa?td:?tb^ttLt'
- vt' $??T : .. :No;.l?^verjsj^N?wiToiJk. |
Tho above popular goods are put up In -cases contain?
ing ono dozen bottles each, and are sold' by oll promr?enfc
Ihmggiat* Grocers, Ac. ' ,.:....':.:..:?,?< /. !r, ?L;i:,; :.: \
Opinions of tbe Press.
The name or Bininger ft Co. ; Ko. 15 Beaver street, is a '
tfuwantee of the exact and literal truth, of whatever'they
The importing house ofBininger 4" Co., Na 15 Boa var
street ls conducted Tipwp^f*jX^^?n6g^^-a^^iy^
and the highest honor.-N. T, Evening ExprettJ >
. v Ho. 163 MEETING! 8TRERT, r
..- I..:. ..OppositeCharleetonHot
January 30
NcC 151" MEETING STREET,
WbWt^;A?ttots, Charif?toU. a:c.
?, '-' :-:>oh;:.-j?.-:i wfm?mos
CHEROKEE PILLS,
- ' Or MUfftOtOor,
Core Suppressed, Ebecsstiw and
/?tions, Fains intheE _.
Etudache, Giddiness, and ah dh*
esses tha? ap ring fro rr. irregularity,
by removlrigthe'iaiase'aBdall the
effects that arise from |^ They
sie1 perfectly safe in all cases. sm
cept vh+n forbidden- by dire?
??on?, fc^u7B?-e?ai.(arsdmtnlstet
' sa they ?re nicely sugar coated.
They should t? ia tie hands of
j every Maiden, Wife,, and Mother
lin the land. , ; i;
Ladies can ad ?reas us ta perfect
eonfldence, and ?tate : their oorn
. plaint s in full, as we treat all Female Cemptdnty
and prepare M[edicfnes snltable-fbr all diseases to
which they are subj ec t-Thirty-two page pamphlet,
In a sealed envelope, free. ,
The Cherokee Pilli are sold by til druggists it fl
per box, or six boxes for 46 j. or they, sn: sent by
mail,- free of postage, -ht sar oldbury letter, free
from observation, by addressing t'.: ; soie proprietor,
Pr. W, E. KEETO, 37 Walker St., H. T. ' <
N. B.-Cherokee Pills No. 2 are prepared for
special cases, when milder medldsea tall ; thess
are seat by mail, free of postage, on receipt of $5,
ths pries of ?ach tom. ' * ... * "."i" t '
? : ,.i-r.:~::;c)ir,::
DB. WRIGHT'S
REJUVENATING
Ory Essence ot Life,
Coree G?n?ral D?b??y, Weak?
ness, Hysterics in Females.
Palpitation of the Eeart and .
all Nervous Diseases. It re?
stores new life and vigor to the
<? f.^'nUAJl ^ aged, causing the hot blood of
eJft wf??,r*fii youth to course the veins, re*
minluS tti'h hria* ^"^j: l?*25
nev ?fe"-To does tion,renwt>inaImpotency and
thu Elixir rejuven- DttiUfy. restoring- Manliness
ate Out eyttem and and full vigor, thus proving a
overcome disease. perfect "Elixir of tote," re?
moving Sterility and Barrenness in both' sexes.- To
the young, middle-aged, and aged, there Ia no^reater
boon than thia "Elixir of Life." It gives a new
lease of Hie, causing the weak end' debilitated io
have renewed strength and vigor, and the entire
system to thrill with joy and pleasure.
Price, one bottle f2; three bottles $5; sent by
express to any address. "
Our medicines are sold and recommended by su
respectable druggists in every part of the civilized
globe ; some unprincipled dealers, however, try to
deceive their customers by selling cheap and worth?
less compounds In order to make money. Be not
deceived-ask for these medicines and take no
others. If the druggist does not keep them, write
to us, and we will send them by express, carefully
packed, free from observation. We will be pleased
to receive letters with full statements In regard to
any disease with which ladies or gentlemen ara
afflicted. Address all letters for medicines, JDampfa*
lets, or advice, to the sole proprietor, ??
Br W. E. MEE WIN, 37 Walker St., H. Y<
May as mn fl jr
EXCELSIOR ! EXCELSIOR !
CHASTELLAR'S
HAIR EXTERMINATOR,
For Removing Superfluous Hair.
TO THE LADIES ESPECIALLY, THIS INVALUABLE
depilatory recommends itself a?being an almost in
dispensible article to female beauty, ia easily applied,
does not burn or injure the skin, but acts directly,on the
roots. It ls warranted to remove superfluous hair from
low foreheads, or from any part of the body, completely,
totally and radically extirpating the same, leaving the
skin BOft, smooth and natural This is the only article
used by the French, and ls the only real effectual depila?
tory in existence. Price 75 cents per package, sent poet
paid to any address, on receipt of an order, by
BERGER, S H?TTS ? CO., Chemists,
March 30 lyr No. 285 River st, Troy. N. Y.
WHISKERS and MUS?
TACHES forced to
grow upon the smoothest
lace in from three to five
weeks by using Dr. SEVIG
N E ' S RESTAURATEUR
CAPILLAIRE, the most
wonderful discovery in mo- '
dem science, acting upon
the Beard and Hair in an almost miraculous manner. It
has been used by the elite of Paris and London with the
most flattering success. - Names of all purchasers irfll
be registered, and if entire satisfaction is uot given ni
every instance, the money w?l be cheerfully refunded.
Price by mau, sealed and postpaid, $L Descriptive cir?
culars and testimonials mailed free. Address BERGER,.
S H?TTS & CO., Chemists, No. 285 River street, Troy, N.
Y., Sole Agents for the United States. .
March 30
THOS. HR.
nooBXMB uro mn MW ni
naa ?racartM, Ctoole? Tia*, ??su, .**?? -\?
irai. HO d 963 OREEN WICHST.. COB. or MOSMAN
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