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ATT ATS S UT TBJS STATE.
Pr. F. 8. Lewie, charged with the homicide
of Elliot Drafts, Etq., in Lexington County,
seme dajs since, bee been balled bj bia Honor
Judge Boozer, in the sum of $6000 for his ap?
pearance at the next term ot the Court of Gene?
ral Betgtons for that comity.
The velocipede bas arrived in Greenvile.
Governor Scott and Messrs. Reuben Tomlin
axm and J. BL. Jillsou are announced to ad?
dress] a publio political meeting in Greenville
Tbe Enterprise says : "A week's olear
Wawifaer bas brought forward the wheat crop
to such g stage, that hardly any fears exist of
injury from tne fatal rust that has destroyed
so many crops tine? 186L Men\ fields are visi?
bly turning to s golden bus. From every part
of the country good reporta are made sato
Mr. Timothy Norton, the. oldest resident
ci tizan'af bsmter, died od Tus ed ay evening
but, siter s lew days' illness from pneumonia,
st tte ?gs of sixty-nine years.
The Susi ter News says ; "We hare had such
fine sum mer weather during- the past week,
that we gie greatly io hopes tho injury caused
by, tbexeceni cold apella may be in ?a great
measure re paira}. Crops are ondonbtedfy
late- and nae* af the cotton has been destroy?
ed, bot we doubt if theie.is realty any serious
injurydone. These planters who have had to
replant their cotton, hare bad floe weather
for lt, an 3 the acr er go of land planted with
S's essential ataple is not less than last year,
spite of late frosts."
"The spring term of Marlboro' Court ad?
journed on Fiiday last, having disposed of a
a number ?f ca see. A general sj st em of sca?
ling; WAS pursued at this court, large debts,
contracted durang the war, being cut down to
vary comparatively iseiguincant sum?."
Tbe bennetuville Journal says; "For the
past few dajB the weather has been warm and
saue settled. The young oom and cot loo
hsre received new impetus, and is doing well.
O* Monday last we were visited with a very
refreshing shower of rain, attended, however,
wiib considerable wind, bot no serious dam?
age Wis done to the crops The ot oe nee t for
good ?repa ie, ?ie think, better to-day than bas
been since planting.
Kersh a tr.
Mr. Lewis Watts, aged ninety-two, died very
trodden! von Sunday e verne g la at, athis resi?
dence, three ailee from Camden. He was a
nativo of Kershaw, sustained tbe character of
an hori?st, upright man, and at the time of his
death wac probably the oldest citizen of the
Q?4 t?fete t
The Camden Journals* ja : "The favorable
weather of -the past week oas bad a marked
effect upon the growing crops of corn and cot?
ton, ana on the spirits of oar fanners. Tn
place of long taces, we see smilicg countenan?
ces, andean detect a disposition on the part
Of many to brag of their prospects. We hear
ofsejanal who hive commenced harvesting
"Mark Sykes was wounded by the accidental
diacharga ot * pistol m the hands of Edward
Conway, on Monday evening last. Tbe parties,
boah colored, were examining the pistol, when
it waa discharged, tbe contenta enterir g the
Stomach of Sykes. Tho wound is severe, bat
The Keowee Courier says : "Wo loam from
W. H. D. Gaillard, Esc?., Superintendent, that
on and after Saturday, the 5th of Jane, instant,
the Bise Ridge Railroad Company will take
?barge of their road, and run daily trams from
Anderson Courthouse to Walhalla. The sche?
dule t?be ron is : Leave Anderson at 5 o'clock
P. M., sod arrive at Walhalla at 8 o'clock aame
evening. Leave Walhalla at * o'clock A. 41.,
and arrive at Anderson Courthouse at G.40 A.
M. The trains ? ill ?top for passes gera and
freight at the intermediate depots ind s top?
ping places. Accommadation trains are also
to pe run aa ip io mad twice a weak. Mah days
faavmg Anderson at 7.? o'clock;
A. IL, and arrive at Walhalla at io o'clock a.
EiJ^^^Ji^MU ^ook A, and I
?rtvogr^detion CoorthooseLx?p, M. game j
gim^tHpex says.: '?flott* tim? last
?a murder was committed m the settle- |
too wu aa Salubrity, io Picken 8 County,
which exoeeds in fiendishness and cowardice
anything we?vtf fieard. oL The biro and
JtsblOB?ia Mr. Willard ?aa ditcovercd to be
an are ato late hour at night, when he and a
man bj the name of Rampoy hastened to the
confia gration, to arrest, if possible, the de?
vouring flam J s. OJ reaetur- g the spot, it was
found that the fire bad made each headway
that it could not bo stopped, and Willard and
Rampey inshed in the stables to rese?e the
boraes sjs 1 other stock, and while thus engige
?wsre fired upon by unknown persons with
. Kr. Willard wai struck in the neck by a
bal], which rt aalted in his death in a few mit -
?tea, Rampey was struck on the leg, causing
g painful wound. We are not informed of any
cloe as to who the perp?trate? vere."
NSW TOR A.- Per sch r IfyroTex-183 bales Upland
Gotten, 147 bbls r pWU Turpentine. 13? M test
Erter ?oard B, ai II feet Hill Boards, 2 packages
PHTxLo?lPHXi-Per sleamsblp Prcmetheui-5C1
?ale? cotton, TS bates Domestica. 40 bales Tarn,
lif. obi?, riosiy, 60 bola 8' bu?. 1mDentine, 26
- tonk Iron, M berces Bice, 199 bbls Pot a tee?, 820
saxes yee stables.
sULlDaOBE-Per steamship Maryland-03 tierces
Bass, SSS bales Golton, 44 bales Ya> n, 60 bbls
Boaln. 16 bau? Ra s, ?0 cat is Clav. 4 H i. ea. 860
bbls Potatoes, 567 boxes Vegetables, 125 pack
C0avrioston Cotton and Klee market.
0IT1CB Ua> isa CttaBUCMlUN DAILY .NHwy, 1
, UsasxEwtea. Friday Evening, June 4. I
OoiTOX-The very lipht aunply of thia artic!
"Jteeps transactloai to a limited figure, and what ia
offered ?abelu firmly Salea oaly 60 bales, viz: 1 at
?X ; M at 2SX; 10 at 27tf; 2 at WJfj 8 at 29'Ai 8 at I
as\. We quote:
Ordinary to L-oed ordinary.'26 @27??
By NSWTork classification we quote:
BICB.-Tbe market for thts ar ic lo Ten aloe d dull,
stoles 42 tisrcea of rlean Carolina at 1?(o ? rb. We
truro common to fair clean Carolina at 7>i@7Jg;
good i??* * ?.
Markets by Telegraph.
re?OW. Jane *-Nooi.-Gonso.a 92)4. Bonds
Lrvzaroox, Jun? 4-Koos.-Cotton a shade firm?
ar. UulaidsUXd- orleans UJici. Bales 10,000
ft loa. eales < f be week 80,000. For export 15, too.
Eut sreculat?oa ll.COO. btoole S92.CX0 bales, ol
waich 121.ci 0 are americas. Corn 27s. Sd.
Ali ?njcon. -cot ton m i e active; lt is thought that
?se salsa will reach 20,000 bales. Stock afloat ?47,
.00 bales, of which 140,OOO are American. Tarns
Sad tabries at al menes t. r firmer, with better pnros.
Harasa. June s-Buv-r flat at 8X to 8#. it?r?
asse) 12x to 12,\. Tbe landing of fl.ibusters causes
ad?pr??al0u la busicesa.
IX UE8TIO MARKETS.
Saw Toss. Jone 4-Noon.-ktocks leverlsh and
active. H\*>?y6to7. Gold 38. cotton firmer at
89}?'. Tur?en?nc dolt at 15 to 45 *. Rosin quiet
ET ram g - Oof on firmer. Balee SIM balea at 90*.
Flour heavy and Sal Oe lower. Superase to toa 5 35.
Common to fair extra Southern $6 (If af. Good to j
choice $7 06*12. Wheat hean. 1 or klower. Spring
fl 45 on the spot, ?nd tl 46 to arrive. Corn 1 or 9c
batter; white Southern 99c. Pork heavy and lower;
new ?31X*31 M. ?nd dosing at $81H cash. Lard
dall and lower. Whiskey unchanged. Turpentine
43*46?. Boato ta ?tat. Freights drooping. Mo?
ney easier; prime paper, 7*9 per cent, exchange
firmer at 9a9?. Long 10 V Short, sight Gold
93}%. Bonds extremely dull.
BaxxmoBX, June 4.-Cotton very firm firm at 30c.
Flour wy quiet and Irregular. Wheat dull and
weaker. Prime white corn SSrfOi; y*no* Wa86c.
Oats dall at 7Ca7lc Fork 933. Bib eldee 17*c;
Clear aides 18c; shoulder! 14*c.
CrjjcnWATi. Jone A.-Mese pork t31 60. Bulk,
meats 12*c. Shoulders 16el6*c; sides strong at
ITV- Whiskey in moderate demand at Ste.
Sx. Louie, June A.-Whiskey dull at Mc. Provi?
sions finner. Port higher a? $12*32 v Clear ribs
17*o; clear aides 17?al7?c; sugar-cured hams
LOUISTZLLX, June 4.-Mess pork $32; shoulders
lo ?ic; dear riba 17?c.
WtLifZHQTOM, June 4.-Spirits turpentine 41c.
Bnain a shade lo ear at 9176a4 26. Crude turpentine j
tl70a3. Tart2 26.
AUGUSTA, Jone 4.-The firmness of holders of cot*
ton baa checked business to-day; sales 26 bales; re?
ceipts 24 bales; middlings h ? W at 2Sc
6ATAmuB, June 4.-Market very firm ; middlings
18?c; factors asking 28?e; sales 860 balee; reodpte
Mosxu, jone 4-Receipts for the week 1217
bales; exporta to Great Britain none; to other for
eign porte 1009 bales; coastwise 773 ba'?a; stock
36,3f bales; sales for tho week 4800 bales; sales to?
day 800 bales; the market firm; low middlings 27?c;
receipts to-day 286 bales; exports 607 bales.
Nrw OBLXAKS, June 4.-Receipts to-day 728 bales;
for the week, gross, 3463 t-ales; net. 2670 balee; ex?
ports to-day 801 balee; for the week to Great Bri?
tain 2928 bales; to the Continent 1617 balee; coast
I w.'ae 1388 bales; stock by running .account' 43,198
hake. The corrected stosk by actual count is 61,179
balee; eales for the week 20,000 balee; sales to-day
4600bales; market active and stiffer; low grades fcc
higher; middlings 28?. Goli. 88?. Sterling, bl*
Hew Fork sight exchange, par a ?c die count.
Tate New Tor at Vegetable ?nd Fruit
The New York Tribune, of Wedneeday, Juno 2,
VXOXTABXKS.-Mo improvement whatever can be
report? d in old potatoes. Farmere had better feed
ordinary vari-tl-s to ?tock rather than aend them
here. Good straight lots of peach blows are about
the only variety selling. If in fine order.and >n
double-bead b?rrele they will bring tl 75Q2 ?6, while
Western, in bulk, are selling at al 37al 60 p*r bbl.
Jackson whites will also selL Some early Bose are
m market from Charleston, and ar? offered at ?>;. 16U
per bushel, crate. Nor: oik peas are about over, and
Jerseys are Juet beginning. Aspaiagaa 1? advancing.
Cucumbers vary greatly, some fine Charleston sell,
mg at 98 per bushel, whie toort, yellow Floridas
which should have bten kept at home will only
STBAWBEBEIEB are almost a glut in the market,
seven care, or about 200 crates Delawares arriving
thia morning, with 609 crates from Maryland, be?
side considerable quantities from Jersey, 1 he Nor?
folk, Ya, steamer arrived yesterday with about 7600
crates. Wc noto two ?nippers, lr>m tbat place,
sending aa fcDoas: li Anderson eeo' 674 crates ot
lauft quarts each, during the past six days. whi.-u
brougot $9761 25, mostly at ?ira 16c per quart He
sect 190 crates n one dar. The other shipper, Ur.
J. P. Johnson, who has 4* acree ol oerrl?-s. bought
?73,000 American quart baskets in which to market
them. He cent 494 crates, or 22.376 quaile to one
salesman in this dtj during five days, which brought
94300; 291 crates are expected from him to morrow.
Beside those mentioned he sends to another partv. I
'J his give a little idea ol the magnitude of tho
trade Firm berries recdved early tbi-t moroing i
faro og ht about 32c to ?hip-ia some cases 2?c; while I
thoa.- which came in o J a d.'layed train told at 18a
20o-some sott fruit at 1 Cal Sc Jersey email baskets
cf small, early bernes, hulled, brought 6a8c, avereg- I
lng ao.ut Oe fiamnonton. N, j., benies began
with 1 orate on Patirday, a ol J at Sile, while 4 crates !
to-day brought x3*38c a erste from Vineland waa <
in too jam eacdatlon toejeMaasaWae. la? Vityiiiia,
Delaware and Maryland bernes are nearly all Wit
eons, with hulls on.
Tile New York Bice .Harket. .
: The New York Journal of Commerce ef Weines
day, June 2, ?ya:
The market ia dull for all kinds. Of Carolina there
ia a aoo? stock here, and a moderate quantity rom
mg forward in email lot?; the dealers do not show
confidence in the marget, and are taking inch par?
ee)? aa they can dispose of at once; we quote at
Sat*';. Bangoon li dull and nearly nominal; there I
ls a large supply at d few buyers ; we quote at 2? a
3*0, gold, for lote in bond. Tbe ?tock on hand to?
day ls 8246 tierces Carolina and 20,640 bag ; Ran?
goon, against 1632 tierces Carolina ai<d 370t bags
Bangoon at the same time last year.
Nashville Cotton Market.
NASHVILLE, June 1-COTTON_At the end ol tho
week just closed toe market show* au improved
condition, ?nd to-day there ii nu ad va toe ot fa.ly
Kc on fine grades. Ihe di-patehos to-dry note an
advance ol *d in Uverpoo', aud ?c in New York.
Our market clof ea very firm as fol.ows: Ordinary 21a
21*; good ordldar/ 24a24?; low middling 26Va
NASHVILLE OOTTOr* ?T?TXlfZNT.
Stock on bud ?september 1,1868.60
Bocel ved to-day. 2 ;
Total. 50,140 1
Shipped to-day. I?7 - a? - . ..
Shipped previoasly.47,796-47.998 :
Stock on band.?1#T
C0B5.-Ihe demand is rar greater titan the supply,
aaa notwithstanding that oar dealers are making
every effort to accommodate their cue tu m era. Hwy .
find that orders are accamuallog. The shu uldra ?
to-day amounted to only 1800 bushels at 80 and ai j?<\ u
stoked and in depot.
OATS-We beard of sales to day of 200 bushels .
loose at 75o.
Wftxax.-The only transacUon in wheat during
the week was the salo of a crop tor early delivery
at tl lu.
Interior Cotton Jttetrkets.
YORKVTXLE, June 2.-Cotton nominal at 24?o
for good middling.
CH ESTES, June l.-Nothing doing ia thia mar?
ket; accounts (rom New York exhibit mote firmness,
and middlings here to-day would command 23 to
SUMTER, June 2.-There bare been about 15 bait ?
sold dunn . the week eneTlHg the 2d lt et Weqeore: -
Oldbury. 23*; good ordinary, 24?; low rai J Jil jg,
26; middling. 26*; stn t middling, 26*c
MACON, June 2-Tbe demand to-day was good,
and sales were edeote<i cn the basis ot 2di36 Ho tor
middlings; receipts to-day 23 balee; shipments M
halos; aalea 72 bales; stock on baud 1170bales.
CHiRLOTTE, May 81-In consequence of tho
busy season among farmer*,, trade was rather dui
list week, except what was don- In the who'?aale
line to country merchants. During the week 55
bales cotton were sold at 24? ta 2S?c-market
I COLUMBUS. June 1.-Middlings are relatively
much higher than lower grades J hey dosed firm
yesterday at :?6*c. and a few salts were effect?
ed at that figure. We do not benerea lot could
bav? been bought at that price Low middling,
26?a2S?c Deere s- bi stork, it is thought, will
keep prices U". Warehouse sates 133 bales; re?
ceipts 3 bales; sh pm nts 158 balea.
FOB SPBIN? AND BUMMER.
MENKE & MULLER.
AND DEALEBd IN
Ready Made Clothing,
SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN, MEN AND BOYS.
JUE ?V'S roanis-allBiG umtus, d.c.,
No. 333 Kl nj;-si re ct,
WE TAKE PLEASURE IN INFORMING OUR
patrons and the public gourallv that wo have j ??st
opened a atvc and well ?>? ?rted ?tock of CLOTH
1..Q, XIEN's FURNISHING GOODS, kc lor the
sp.-i g and aummer, at the above eta id, ronsistins
ol Business aud Dress Swt*. ah sizes and quiliti? s
of dbuts and Underwear Ooooa, atc. ; ail sizes und
qualities of ruRllsh sn<i Domestic Hal. Boso ; all
sizes and qualities of SHU and I.mle thread love?;
all >ize* and styles or Linen and Paper Collais ; all
B'zea and styles ol Cravat?. Neck lies. Pocket
Handkerchief, xuspeders. Umbrella, kc. ; also, a
large and wei'a-s>ir<ed stock of Broaucloibg. c-ssi
meres Doeskins. Co*tinga, V stings, etc.. wh?cb we
offer to seU by p eoe, yard or patt rn; or make up
lalo Gorme ts, by measure, in any ehap oratyle,
according to order, at toe soonest notice Our
etork hue been selected ad h swat c re, and w- ?"
confident that we ca 1 compete wi*h any other hou-e
lu this citv. We invite an examinatinn of our ?tock,
and bespeak a abare of the pubic pa rouage.
hXEiNKJS di Bl'hLEH,
March 27 ?tutt 3moe
t onsiijncts per ?outn f molina neurona
382 bales Cottee, 41 bales Domestics, 60 packages
Lard, 42 bb!? Naval i to; os, 8 cars Lamber. 1 o Bail
road Agent, Claiborn, Heaving k Co, GoldanUth *
8o?, Werner * Ira ok er. H Oe rd ta & Co, H Coota k
Co, Courtenay k Tnnholm, C Litlcbgi, B J Wise,
Johnston. Crewe k Co, Pelaer, Rodgers 4 Co, Ken?
dall k Docker?, Graes er k emito, Caldwell k Son,
Per steamship Maryland, for Baltimore-E Arth?
er and wife, Miss MoMunv, Mn W P Knox, child
and serrant, S G Chaplin, and (wo on deck.
Per steam er Pilot Boy, from Beaufort v a Edisto,
?c-S L Harri?, J A Dunlap and wife, W Krcseel
atd wife, A 8 Davenport, Mn W H Barnten, Mn H
A Wood, Wm Gregg, Joo Chadwick, W EJ?lcell,.F I
Gadsden Haeell, Jas Whaler, F A Becket, and cine
Fort of Charleston. June 6.
j PORT OA??ELNJDAJK,.
raa xs or TH*, MOO*.' ? i
Laat (inaner. 2d, 2 honra, 1 minute, morning.' -
New Moon, 9th, 10 houri, 43 minutes, evening.
?Trat Quarter. 16th, 9 hours, 0 minutes, evening.
Full Moon. 23d, 8 boura. 19 minutes, morning.
? nar a JUNE
31iMehday....| 4..64 I ?.. 1 | Morn. ll..66
ll Tuesday.... I 4..64 7.. 1 12.. 6 12..66
2 Wednesday.I 4..66 I 7.. 2 1J. .30 1..40
8Thuraday...i 4..63 I 7.. 2 1..11 2..28
4 Friday. .",..1 4..63 I 7.. 2 1.41 8..19
3 Saturday... 4..?3 7.. 3 3..12 4..13
tiflnndav.I 4. 63 I 7.. 4 2..44 I 4..69
Arrived les te ra ny.
Echr Minnie Bepplien, Simone, Philadelphia, 6
days. Ballast. To L T Potter.
bteamer Pilot Boy, Peck, Beaufort via Editto, kc.
164 crates. 86 bbls Vegetable?, 37 bags Groundnuts,
and Sundries. To Jno ferguson, W H Harrison,
Monett lt Wharton, J Hamilton, G F Simons, W M
Bird at Co, A Barnwell, P Kreaael, Southern Expi?es
Company, Gage k Co, Cameron k Baikley, W Gur?
ney, J Adger A Co, B C Adame, S Howe, W C Court?
ney & Co.
Steamship Miryland,Johnson, Baltimore-Court enay
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia-Jno
k Theo Getty.
Bohr Myro ver, Br? wu, Hew York-William Roach k
Steamship Maryland, johnson, Baltimore.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, Philadelphia.
From thu Port.
Br bark Agn, Fulmore, Liverpool, May 22.
Br brig Cecilla, Bistrup, off the Isle of Wight, Mar
26, for Cronttaot
fl care tl for this Port.
Steamship Saragossa, Byder, at New York, June X
Sbipnewn I?j I e'otrrapit.
SAVANNAH, June 4.-Arrived tc br M EModey,
CJearedwcbn Silas Stockton, for Maine, and Lata
wau*teak, for s a tilla. Ga.
Merni.' i< u ia.
The sehr Susan Wright. Mount, from Georgetown,
S 0, arrived at New York, June 1.
lil ST UF VKS3KLS
OP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i HIS POLT.
The Clifton, Williams, sailed.April 10
The Minnie, Robertson, sailed.May 13
Bark Sicilian. Percival, cleared.May 27
Behr Frank Palmer, Latham, cleared.atty 31
Srhr Anna E Glover, Ten y, cleared.May 18
Sehr B N Hawkins. Wyatt, cleated.May 26
Sehr Daybreak, Blake, up.May 16
steamship Saragoasa, Ryder cleared.Jone 2
Sehr J M Richards, Irving; cleared.May 22
sehr Minnie, Hudson,cleared.May 26
9c'. r Lilly, Hughes, up.May 28
Png Josie A Devereux, Clark, np.May 18
.chr sarah Cullen, Avis, cleared,.M; y 26
sctr Nettie riobard s on. Davis, ap.May 28
jjfRarljinfri), Costings, Cir.
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MCCARTHY COTTON . GIN,
; ; X
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unhand -.% : ..,
IMPROVED VERTICAL?H?> HORIZONTAL OOBN
MILLS, SCGAB MILLS, SUGAR BOILERS
AND PANS, of all sizes
HORSE POWEB9 AND GIN GEARING, from 0 tr
IC feet in diameter
IMPBOVED LEVER COTTON PRES8ES (or Hand.
power, Kaw and Bice MiUs
MACHINERY AND CASTINGS of all deecriptioni
made io order
Particular attention paid to
SOUSE FRONTS AND CASTINGS FOB BUILD
. TN GS, GRATIN G 5,
CISTERN COVERS, SASH WEIGHTS, rfc, dr,
>. - WILLIAM 8. HENEREY,
MACHINIST AND F0 UND ER,
No. 314 MEETING-STREET,
/ / CHAHLESTOH, e..c.
August 3 mw?
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CAMERON d( CO.,
Engineers Boilermakers &c.,
Noa. 4, 6. 8, 10 cad 12 PRIICHARD-STREETS,
(?CAB THE DH Y DOCK,)
Charleston, S. C.
STEAM ENGINES AND BOLLERd-MARINE,
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SHAFTING, PULLEYS AND GEARING
LOON FRONTS FOR BUILDINGS,
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can bc bad in Now York, Baltimore or Philadelphia.
Asheroft's low-water Detector,
THE ONLY PERFECT SECURITY AGAINST
DAMAGE FROM. LOW WATER IN
REPAIRS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
May 17 nao 3mos
F HOM 4 Tu 350
horse power. Inc uding the
ceieorateJ Corliss out-o0
Engines, *Mrt* Valve sta?
tion?r' Engines. Portable
Engii es, kc *lso. L'irru
lar Mu'av and Gaug saw
Mills, Rmrar Cane $ Ja,
i-ba.ting tulley.-, ie., Lath
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J^miJJl^l?MTStkt !>BWa Be""3-! ic- Pend
?? ?*^--tr ? tor descriptive Circular ami
WOOD Is MANN STEAM ANGINE CO..
1'ebruary 18 Cmos Utica, Sew York,
frufli, Comical}, Ctr.
C. F. PA1VK1VIN,
A potliecary and Chemist
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, 8. C.
rjiHE ADVEBTI8BB BEGS TO CALL ATI
HON to bis s took of tbe beat Imported and Domes?
DEATH TO FLIES
FL I7 PAPER
SURE .AND SPEEDY DESI RUCTION TO
THIS TROUBLESOME VTSHOR.
POR SALB BI
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
BTT THE ADVERTISER.
Wbicb bare established for themselves a r?putation
surpassed by none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto been extended to him.
February 16 tuthalyr
FOR THE WEAK
FOR THE PALE
FOR THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOB SPRING USE
A3VNO BITTERS EQUAL. TO THKM.gji
THE CELEBRATED SUMTER BITTERS,
mado of PURE LIQUOR, HERBS AND BOOTS, ac
wen known in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CHAMOMILE FLOW
ERS, SNAKE ROOT, CHERRY BARK,
And such other HERBS AND ROOTS aa will la al)
cases assist Digestion, promoto the secretions o I the
system in tho natural channel-, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YOUNO AND OLD, MALE AND FEMALE!
Alt Use It With Wonderful Snecea
TO THE: PILE WHITE LIP.
BLOOM AND BEAUTY
TO THE THIN FACE AND CARE-WORN
COUNTENANCE. CURE3 FEVER AND CRE?
TRY THEM. USE NO OTHER.
Ask for SUMTER BIITER3. Sold by Druggisli
?*rSee that our signature is over tbe cork of each
bottle. DO WIK ?i MOISE.
POPRIETORS AND WHOLESALE DRUGGIST.",
May la 16* Cbarlestri, P. C.
pulling ?ttatrrial9, (Ctr.
T K A 31 SASH, BLIND
L. E. CORDRAY & CO.,
No. 2 FRI TC LIA RD-S TREE T,
OPPOSITE J. F. TAYLOR A CO.'S MACniNB
SASHES, GLAZED AND UNGLAZED, always
PANEL DOORS, HOT HOUSE SASHES,
MOULDINGS, ?tc, mado up at short no?
tice, and at tho lowest terma.
L. E. CORDRAY.0. A. TROJCHB
March 23 Hmo
Prags, (ternirais, (Etc
A. W. ECKEL & CO.,
?No. 331 King-Street,
INVITE THE ATTENTION OF T?E PUBLIC TO
their splendid new black marble
ARCTIC SODA FOUNTAIN,
The finest and the beet apparatus ever brought to
Charleston. They are also prepared to offer on
FRESH, BPABELINO AND COOL,
And containing all the Medicinal Properties for
which those waters are so widely celebrated. They
also would direct attention to their
Where the purest and best Drugs only are a seri,
and Prescriptions filled by the Proprietors them?
selves, both old and experienced Pbarmacoutiste.
They have a full aasortmoot of
Embracing the fabric? of some of thc best Perfumers
in Germany, France and England.
.jQABBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
Letter from Hon. Alex. H. St'phens, oj Georgia.
CRAWTOBMvrxLS, Qa, September 29,1808.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid lean article of little
cost, bot great value. Its domestic as well as medi?
cinal nae? are numerous, wbilo its specialties are
most wonderful. I nave not been without it for
ten years, and no head of a family who can afford
to have it abonld be without it
ALEX. H. STEPHENS.
THE WUSDEHFDL FAMILY MEDI.
Letter from the Surgeon-General of the ?ate Confeder?
Eic H? o ND. Ya, January 14,1809.
.JOHN DARBY A Co., No. 16J William-street, New
GmtUm n-1 have recel red your letter of the 15th
of December, 1800, calling my atieauou to your
(Darlfy's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheerfully state that the Fluid was furnish?
ed to, and extensively used by, the surreons in
cbirge of genenl hospitals in tho Confed?ralo ser?
vice with great benefit to lue patients-all tho sur?
geons making a favorable report- a great deal of it
was used ia the hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
tJAM'L PKEaTON MOOBE, M. D,
EMOH Y CoixroB, OXFOKD, QA., December 28, 1868.
Prof. u AB DY. Dear <Sir-uavLpg not been en?
gaged for many years in tbe active duties of the
Medical profession. I am only superficially acquaint?
ed with tbe ola'ms ef your Propbylactio Fluid, but
am well acquainted with ita chemical elements.
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of tbe compound, vet tbe'dtamfect'ng and
therapeutic propertiea of the agents employed in its
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of Its discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard ita m?rite as of a high order; on the whole it
must bo considered as a valuable contriuution to the
clasa of articles to which it belcngs.
Tbese views, I may add, are sustained by tbe testi?
mony of many competent Judges, who have teated
its properties. Behove me, dear air,
A. M KANS, M.D., LL D.
CUBES BURNS, WOUNDS, STINGS, die.
ALABAMA IKBAOT HOSPITAL, 1
TUSCALOOSA. December aa, 1808. j
Messrs. JOHN DABBY A Co., No. 180 William-street,
Gentlemen-1 received your eire al ors of the 10th
instant, asking an expression of opinion from me as
to tbe merits of your Prophylactic Flu d. The pre?
paration bas been so generally used by the proles
al?n and public at large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that it seems to mo to need no farther recom?
As a disinfectant and remeJial agent too, when in?
dicate d, it ls not excelled b, any similar preparation.
We nae permeauganlc preparations very extensively
m this hi spits], and could not do without them. I
consider yours tue best and most elegant prepara?
tion of the kind manufactured.
Reapectlully yours, Ac,
P. BRICE. M. D.,
Snp't and Physician Alabama Ineane Hospita1.
DU WI t? ?l MOISE.
May 35 totht3rooe Agents for Sooth Carolina.
FOR PURIFYING THE CLOUD.
ibis excellent medicine en
jo vs, ls derived from it*
cures, many of wblcb are
truly marvellous. Invete?
rate catea of Scroluicus
disease, whete the system
seamed satnrated with
co ITU p ion, have been ju?
ill eo and cured by lt.
Scrofulous affections and
disorders, whict were sg
'prava'ed by tho scrofu?
lous contamination until
they were painfully afilictiog, have boen radically
cured in such great cumber- in ulmi itevrrv sect ?OD
of the conntrv, that the nubile scarcely need to bc
lniormed of its virtues or ase*.
Scrofulous poison isooeof the most destructive
enemies of our race. Often this unseen and uniell
(ennm of the organism undermines the constltutiou.
an 1 Invites (he attack ol enfeebling or ratal diseases,
without exciting a suspicion of its presence. A?ain,
it seems to breed infection through the body, and
then,on some tavorablu occa-iou, rapidly develops
into one or other oi Ita hideous forms, either on the
surlace or among the vitals. In the latter, tubercle*
may be suddenly deposited in tho lungs or heart, or
tumors formed in tba liver, or lt shows lt' presence
by eruptions on the skin, or foul ulcerations ou >-o im?
part of tho body. Boneo the occasional use ot a
bettie of ihls SAR^aPABHLA is ajvlsable, even
when no active symptoms cf disease appear. Per?
sons afiucie1 with tbofol.owicg complaints gonerally
find Imn cdluto relief, and, at leiigtb, euro by the
use of this SAR* AP A HILL A: St. Anthem's Fire.
Kobe or Erysipelas, letter, Salt Bbeuni, Scald Head.
Ring Worm, .-ore lyes, foro lars, and o'herorup
tioas cr visible forms of Scrofulous dbeise. Also,
in the more concealed forms, na Dyspepsia, Dropsy,
HeLrt Di co?e, Fita, Lpilopsy, Neuralgia and the va?
rious ulcerous affections ol tho muscular and ner?
syphilis or Venereal and Mercurial Diseases are
rur-d by lt, tbougb a lou* timo is requireu foi sub
durin-j the-e otnt.uato muladi s by ney medicine.
But lou? continued na? of this medicino will eure
thc complaint. Lt'ucnrrhoa or Whites, Uterino Ul
reraiions and lfcmaio disease, oro rommonly soon
relieved aud ullirnutely cured by Its i-uriijinp. ai-d
Invigorating eff et. Minute Directions for each case
are lound in our Almanac, supi lied grutis. Itheu
matism and G u', when caused by accumulations ot
extraneous mailers in ti o blool. yield quickly lo it.
as also Liver Cornel lints, lorplditv, Congestion oi
Inflnnmatlon of the Livar and Jaun 'ice, wb<n ans
lng, as they ofleu do hom the rankling poisons in
thebood J his s,\ K-P.U; iin a great rectore?
for the strongth and viworof tho system, lbose wbc
aro Lancuid and Little s. Despondent, sleepl<-s
ond Iroub'ed with Nervous Apprehensions or Fears
or atv of tho affections symptomatic of Weakness
will find immediate relief an I convincing evidence
of its lestorative po wi r upon trial.
Dr. J. C. AY KR at Cu., Lowell, Blass
Pros-Ural and Analytical Chemists.
Sold at Wholesale, by
DOWII-. ti MOISE.
Charleston, South Carolina,
And by Retail Druggists everywhere.
WMnrcb 23 ' Din tbsti)3mo8
Purifies the Blood.
For Sale by DracsTtsts BrerywUe*?.
July a? nao l)i
rp H E BISHOP PILLI
TUB BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILL!
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.;
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILL
.TB ci extraordinary efficacy for (festiveness, Indi
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache. Nervous Debility
laver ooatplalnt." 'The best PILL in the world.
JfedfeeJ Journal, September Bi
TRY T H E Ml
49- All Druggists Io CHARLESTON sell tbern.
"Cottar's" Bait, Roach, ?Ve.. External's.
"t o,tar'?" Bed Bag Exterminators.
"Costar1*" (only pure) Insect Pow dr?.
"Only Infallible Remedie* known."
?TH years t stabil "he i in New York."
"3000 Boxea and Flasks manufactured daily. "
"111 Bewared I of spurlou? Imitatioaa."
"All Druggists in CBABLKaTON sell them."
For fl, $?, 19 and 16 alaes, Address
No 13 Howard-street, Hew Tork.
Sold In CHARLESTON, 8. C.. by
GOODRICH, WIN EM A S dt CO.
March 33 nao lyx
ROSAD ALIS, g
GOODRICH, WAKEMAN ?Si CO.,
Direct Importers of European Drugs and Chemicals
May8 ttnthtyr CB ABLESTON. B. C.
BR. 0. S, PROPHITT'S
CONSISTING OF HIS CELEBEATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Fem nie Tonic
THE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. 8. PRO
PHTTT, M. D" need no recommendation
their well known power in removing the disease* pe?
culiar to our Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them an enviable reputation in Georgia
and the adjoining states. As the majority of persona
living in the South ore predisposed to disease of the
Liver, it is granted by all intelligent phyeldans that
most of the pains and aches of our people are due
to orginic or luncrional derangement of that Impor?
tant organ. Prophitt'e Liver Medicine and Anti
Bilioua Pills strike directly at tho root of the evil.
The v cure the Liver, which in nine cases out of en,
ia at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Rheumatism, Con.tlpetion, Men?
strual Obetrncticns, Ac, io common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily painB of every kind flee before
PttOPHITT S PAIN KILL IT
like chaff before the wind.
PKOPHI I T'S LIVER MEDICINE.
Dr. FrophxU- Having used this medicina suffi?
ciently lon* to teat ita virtue, ind to satiety my own
mind that it is an invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease from which the writer has suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded ibat hundreds
wbo now suffer from this annoying complaint would
bo signally beneficed, as he has been, by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate claas to
recommend to them tbe use of this remedy, which
has given not only himself but several membera of
his family the grea'.est relief.
M. W. ARNOLD.
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLT COUNTT, Qa , April, 1887.
Thia is to certify that I was confined to ibe nonce,
and moat of thc tiro to my bcd, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable *ith Rheumatism, for
ave months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, wlih no relief, I wa? cored with two bottle? of
Dr. O. 3 Propblti's Anodyne Pam EUI It, each cost
lng fifty cents only; it relic ?ed me almost instantly.
I thereiort recommend lt in the highest degree to
others iuffering from similar diso iee. I can say
that it is one ol the best family medicines now out,
certain. Toura troly, W. A. FOREHAND.
COVTNOTON, Ga., July 9, 1887.
Dr. ProphiU-Having U6ed your Liver Medicine
for more (han a year in my family, l cheerfully re?
commend lt to all persons -uttering from Liver af?
fections. Dyspepsia or Iud gestion in any form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as the best
remedy tor that disease. 0. T. BUGER?.
STANFOBPVIIXE, Puntan COUHTT, Oct 1, 1867.
Dr. O. S. Frophilt- Dear 6ir-lhl-i is to certify
that I have used your Acne Pills for (he last ten
va rs, and 1 have never failed to cure the ague in a
siegle instance with them. They al ?tye break the
chi.ls thc first day that they are given. I can recom?
mend them as bein-t the .iest ague medicine that 1
have * vcr lound, and they leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, as Qulnlue. Ac.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBROOE.
PUTNAM COUNTY. GA. September 22,1868.
Dr. 0. S. ProphiU -.-ir-I have u.-ed for the last
two yara in my family vou- Liver Medicino, your
Pain Kill It, and yon* f'enr.ilc Totiic, aud I have no
foa:e in saying that they aro the best medicines I ha ve
c cr usrd for the Liver am S'toroarh Neun g c and
Rheumatic afflictions, Headache. Colic, and pains of
every kind sro subdued by them. After using the
medicinos so long, I cheerfully recommend them to
atv ai. d every one, and io all > hat are bulleted, as Ihe
best and safest remedies far all thc disease- for
which 'h- y are recommended, Ac
Yours respectfully, Ja il ES WRIGHT.
DR. PROPHITT'S FEM ILE TONIC.
This Medicine, wita |t3 a?eoctate?, ls a safe and
ceitain remeoy lor all curablo diseases io which Fe?
males a'oue are Mable It is a?*o ao excellent pre
ventative of Nervous Blindness, or Nervou- D:s
a*ee In eltner male or ie i ate It is a powertu! Nar?
ine Tonio, setting up a full and nee circulation
throughout lb? svs.em. _
ail of the above Modiclne-? sold by Druggists and
Merchants generally .hroughont tho ,-outhwest,
ED. S. BURN (IAili,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 421 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Charleston, S. C.
Prepared only by DB. 0. 8. PROPHIIT,
April 16 ftuth6mos Covington, Ga.
T O H N D. ALUIA) DER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GENERAL AGBNT,
So. 16 Brood-street.
RESPECTFULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN AD?
JUSTING ACCOUNTS of Merchants and ether?,
and in WBITTNG OP AND POSTING their BOOKS,
either in pan or whole, Ac January 9
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GENERAL SUPERINTENDENT"* OFFICE, I
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MbM wfll rm> ot follow? s
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Arri re at Arura* ta.tVAl P. M.
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Connecting wHh Wilmington and Manchester Rail,
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Arrive at Charleston.,.5,10 p. 14,
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arrive at Colamba.4.46 4, jg;
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GOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JUST BBEH*
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ioma WHO HAVE erm rftsos ES vex:
General Robert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
GeD'ral Robert IUnsom. Wilmin gton, N. C.
General D. H. Hill, rharlotte, N. C.
Governor John Lelchcr, Lexington. Ya.
Messrs. R. Btu well & aous, CLariotte, N. C., Fe?
C. B. Riodick, Female College, Eittrell'e Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Orleans, La.
Max s trakOBch, Itali J n Opera
Messrs. Pierson A Sons, sumter, S. C.
Charles Spencer, Charleston Q. 0.
Send for a circular. Terms liberal.
DREGS INO ?H.
THE UNDERSIGNED CALLS THE ATTENTION
of both city and country purchasers to his large
stock Of DaUGS, PATENT MEDICINES, PERFUM?
ERY, FANCY GOOD \ Ac, Ac, a* of which be of?
fers at the lowest market ratee.
H. B A E R,
No. 131 MEETING-?TBEET, NEAB MAB?