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THE DAILY HEWS.
. "Tte the Midsummer ! all th? holy night
"* Bwooneth aro and me with excess of light
DtetOTi d like dew drops tram the wac mg moon,
And pam and sorrow are dissolved quite.
'Xis the Midsummer 1 solemn eyes of stars
~f^mr with dim questioning through fleecy ban
Of cloud Unu, which shall vane and vanish soon
Aa after peace-bells cesse the so unas ol wars.
Darling! my darling ! ab, thst you were now
Here where the night winds Un my fevered brow,
While ever s'l sleep's anodyne is breathed
And the tired flowers to the soft spell bow.
Ahl dim desires stir in dusky cells
: OT tho sad soul ; s dream of wedding-bells
_BtcalB o'er my wayward Uncles love-on wreath ed,
- Aim the Lint echo swells and ebbs and swelle.
The sad wave pulses to the moon in vain,
Waating its nfs in one long sob of pain,
And on the wind-bleactied sands m musiodies,
Like human hopes by doubt and terror slain.
But, dar ung, wlib these a train s of sadness blent,
Mingles another music, eloquent
Of that dear place whore abine your bless'd eyes,
And all my heart reste still in deep content.
We are not Darted, though the hours roll
Unshared between us ; ali our human dole
ls bot the shadow of that great tor aye
Which bolds tbe gnu don of the loyal soul.
We are not parted ! doubt and woe and sin
Here where our steps are darkened, hem us in ;
But over all shine* ?till the perfect day
Whtob ne thst doth endure ahail surely win.
And so as wanes this cann Midsummer moon
My Mps, erst mooro fol, chant a purer t un?.
A brave ?weet song, itt burden, hope and tr J st,
Thoofch wear Life's day unto tue afternoon.
Though eyes grow dim sud plighted hands do
let shell the touch of Love's di viner art
Bectric thrill, th I dosi be joined to dust,
And faith's full guerdon crown the faithful heart I
i THE EXODUS BOB AMERICA.
[From the London Newa, ?
'"Are we witnessing the beginning of an En
exotrus ? Borne prophets ot evil have
foretold that some day our lahoiera would
the way the Irish peasantry round to pros- j
parity and md jpondeeoe, and that when they
.uravoan ?xodos would begin. Whatever be
the explanation of the fact, the increase of j
emigra tioh from LTv?rp??? te becoming almost |
.Aliiiuuig. It in a single week nearly seventy
eight hundred persons can find means to set
ootonalournevtothe Western World, lt ls at
JiamX otear that a movement is in progress
wbiah needs PO special government aid to keep
it Ming. Eut it is very doubtful whether this
pflpgration toocfaes the classes who are sup?
posed to need it most. It is not the ogrioultu
jrsl laborer, nor the herfditary pauper of the
towns who is hnrrjing io Liverpool with his j
-freeto the Weet. It is altogether anoth?i
t?a?.Probably mos, of the persona who
crowded the ten steamers which left Liver?
pool last week, were from the great Cities and
Qufaoturirg towns of England and Germa
Their emigrados ? Abelate rsenlt of the
.1 Danie. "Tut re is little to earn and j
to keep," and the more energetic earn
I are poshing to other markets with their
KW. Probably so fir SB it nts yet gone the
jWdtementtea beneficial one; bot it will be
heneficul just in proportion aa His spontane-.
OOS. E ia a natural movement Of the popula?
tion which may be anxiously watched by patri
.oho statetmen, bot should neither be encour?
aged nor checked. Many merchants sod
?nanala c turora are already alarmed by it: and
though we see little in it to cause alarm,
nov?nag which threatens oe with ?a ?xodos of
tatar, we ctn weil see that it would bo infinite?
ly to the advantage of the coon fry to find some
means of giving these enterprising spirits a
career at home.
A FFA IR* IB THE STATE,
* Bees the recent rains the crop prospect is [
? better, sod there is now sn expectation of s I
satlsbrc'ory yield of both cotton sod corn.
ThS Circuit Co art adjourned on Friday. One ,
?osee of bmglsry consumed six days sod ended
In in acquittal. No civil business waa da^pos
Tb? Winneooro' News ss**: We had occa?
sion to -mut tfc? neighborhood of Horeb a few
days sgoysnd most say the farmers of thst
section have gone earne>tl? to work. Their
trope are in fine condition, well worked, no
grass, sad sro wi mr rapidly. If the seasons
contarse good, our friends in Horeb section
?will have Og cause to compls'n.
-The fact that tbs Fifteenth amendment to
the coDstitutioo w?l have s serious effect up JD
tte representation of some ol the Northern
States, under the appointment of the next ceo
?seems to have been .overlooked until re- I
v, when it wss brought to the attention of
the Census Committee. In case the Fifteenth (
amendment is not ratified before the census is
taken, and the apportionment for tbenext ten
watta made, the colored people in the Northern
Htates w.ll Dot be included, as heretofore, in
the basis of representation, because they are
not showed to vote. This, rt is estimated, will
deprive the Ian?er States of from ooo to two,
SBcmbers of Congress each. '1 he dislranchise
?Boen t of those who participated io the rebel?
lion in the Southern Brat es will have no effect ?
upon the representation from that section, ss
they axe counted in the same class with crimi?
nate in the apportion .oent.
MXWOA8TLK, ENG-Pfr British bark Maria-901
trna Seul h karolina Phosphates.
WW TOBE-Per ttesmship ?-a agotss-30 la-s Fea
isUcd uofton. 478 bales Upland Cotton, 141 tn
-Wee. SS bales Honesties, 1869 bbls and 4"0
- crates Vegetables, 10 bbls Flour, 1 box Phos?
phate Bock, and Sundries.
BAL Cl MO BB-Per rea&shlp Sea Gul!-i 38 balee
Upland Cotton. 187 tierces Bice, ll biles Domes?
tics, 6 bales Bscs. 6 oates Hides sod Skins, 3
bale? Leather. 417 bbte and 480 crates Vegeta?
bles, and Sundries.
Charleston Cotton.and nice Market.
CBTFICR Of TUB CB AKLKSTON DAILY NEWP, I
Quausrox. Wednesday Bvenlng, June 33. f
COTTOH.-The mu-ket was without animation and
there wa? out little done Bales snout 2s bales, via :
' Iat38;lat29?;6at ?>4'; Cat 30?; lat Sie. We
- Grshttry to good ordinary.28 ?9391?
. lawnHdnng.?.so ?3o?
By Bew Tork eUasMestPni we quote :
Bjsa Wss in fair, request at ?teady prices. Sales
about ll tierces of clean caro ina; eay 35 at 1\; 14
- at T1-16; 13 at 80 B lb. We quote com m cn to ?S?T ?
i Carotina at 1X91% I good 8?8?c ? ft.
Markets by Telegraph.
rosma JJ XABKBXS.
LOUDON, Jane 23-Noon-Consol? 93. Bonds
steady at 8?. Migar, afloat quiet and steady.
LrvxapooL, Jon* 25-Nnon.-Cotton quiet; up
12?d; Orleans I2?d; sales 10,000 balea
t bu. lyaat ; red Western 9a ld. Floor 33a 6d.
Afternoon.-Coron iciive; sales 12,000 bales. Bed
Westen wheat 9* Sd.
>.vei)li g - i otton a shade easier; uplands 12j^d;
* ?rfc ana U? i. card 70s Common rosin ?4s 94
BAVHS, June 33.-Cotton active; on the spot If
-iee; afloat li 44Kc
DOMESTIC M ?3KETS.
Nzw Tass, June 28-Noan --tocia feverish.
./Monty active at 7, wl'h 1-32 ootrrmlaalon. Sterling |
SK. cott n dull at 83o. Turpeniuo at 41s41Ko.
Bosta lav nra kay era; awain'd $2 s 5*2 40.
Evening - otton dull and hevy; ?alea 800rbates;
saxsSdUass 32?a83 .. Vico-, superfine State 16 io J
tj coota ou to talr este? IA 80a7. Wheat ctesed
Bscs aSUT? mud the Doon advance partly lost. Com |
H M?emt?*9?i Pork lower aV l^"IO." Lard heavy;
' Bkfc'JtJiatOtfo. Wni.ke? ne*** at si 01 Tar
asrdtre,4Ta4io- FrtLjbts Armer. Government
tfsisniiMrtj .Mg Itfii. ,^^^9.t^Mo
ney easier af) er bank hour? and bopnt fm at 7, in
oey. bterlug 0?. 6old 37. Stocks dosed
BAkWnspSB June 23-Cotton unchanged. Flour |
active at foil pri?es. Wheat firmer; prime valley |
8168a 175. Com cuH; white 90a91c; yellow bS;
JPork fina at ts A Bacen Arn; shoulders is ls^c.
Lard fl - m. Woiskey unchanged.
Crnrmncaxx Jons 28.-Flour advanced 25c
Wh eke* dull at 8lo Mess-pork$33. Bacon, shuni
?ra 4?c; eteer -Ide* is\c.' i:ard h?ia at io?c.
LOSCTXLU, June 981-Pro vi-loos krui, liesa
' pos* St 80. . sta?., shjoidera 14j?ci siesr aides
18??. La/J)9Xc Wbiaksy we>k st rea
Wxviaettwo -, J-rc 38 -?p-rlta turp?n Uno closed
.toady st 88c. Boam qolet at fl 9S?S 25. Crude
sorrentine steady at $2 65?3. Tar steady at $2 35.
Cotton, middlings 80o.
AneoeTA, Jun? 28 -Cotton market quiet and irre?
gular; middlings 30>?i31o.
SAVAWJUH. June 28.-Cotton remains firm; mid?
dlings 31c; sales nominal; receipts 112 baleB; ex?
ports 472 bale8.
MOBILE, June 23.-Nothing done in cotton and
market nominal ; middling 29>>a90.
. N?w OBLKASB, June 23.-Cotton easier; mid
dlingi 81 Xe; sales 170 bale?; receipts 47 bales; ex?
ports 416? bales. Gold 37^37??'. Stelling 60*.
New York sight 3-16o premium. Fugar and mo?
lasses nom-nal Coffee dull; fair H^alS^c; prime
16>?al6Jic; stock in first hands 17,700 sacks; second
hands 22.C00 sacks.
WILMINGTON, June 22.-IVBTBumm.-Only
150 bbls. received to-day, which changed hands at
S3 for Virgin and 2 65 for jellow dip, per 280 pounds.
MTBJTS luapxirriNX-Has daclmed in price; sales
of 256 bbls at S8o. and 120 bbls at 3?Xo per gallon.
Beera - Sales of ?67 bbls at SI 80 for strained,
SI 86*190for Na 2, S2 for extra No 2, and S4 25a4 50
TAX-87 bbls received and sold at S235 per bbl.
Consignees per Sontra i ai on na Ka il road
209 bales Cotton, 18 bales Domestics, 86 sacks
flour, 63 bales Waste, 1 car ?tock. To Railroad
Agent, J N Robson, Johnston, Crews A Co, Kinsman
A Howell, Goldsmith A bon, Clsgborn, Herring A
Co, Courtenay A Trenbolm, C N Averill A Son, Pel
zer, Rodgers ft Co, W C t ourtney ft Co, G W Wil- j
hams ft co, A B Muligan, W K Byan, E J Wise, and
J BE Sloan.
Consignees per Vortneastern Railroad
Jane 23. -
8 bales Cotton. 70 bushels Bice, 612 bbls Naval
Stores, cars Stock, cars Lumber and Wood, Mdse,
ftc. To J Marchall, Jr, S D Honey, Kinsman ft How?
ell, W H Wei eh, W M Bird ft Co, Bischoff A Co. G H
w.lter A Co, Bolmes ft Calder, A Gunn, Wsgener ft
Morieses, W Green, Needer ft Davis, W K Byan, ? W
Williams ft Co, J i erg? POD, M Israel, J Campsen ft
Co. W B Brailsford, J M Cale well A Sons, A A Gold?
smith A Co. J V Barden, Capraln christian. Mowry I
A Co, I Welling, B F simmons, W T Saunders, and
Per steamship Saragossa, for New York-Miss M
8 Maml.aU, Miss Fisk, L Conlon, A Simmons, J Kil?
len and 'brre iriends, aod H stewart.
Per steamship Sea Gull, for Baltimore-Miss
Barry. L Lunneuiann. J Wieugef, Rev L Muller, Mr
and Mrs i. Cb pin. Mr and MIFS J J Oaterbridge.
fer steamer Pilot Boy, from havannah via Bilton
Head, Beaufo.t, Ac-J t lend, J M Curbs, Major |
Inrrougbs. B Bm roughs. J - te ward, BR Mao Ison,
S J Murphv, Mrs i o tell and servant, Mrs Wei
hamp ter. Miss Bvens, Miss ? Alfred, Mrs Gould,
Miss n M Isnoon, J Alden, s D Gilbert and servant
S L Hall and wiro, Mis s Lampson, and 7 on deck.
Per steamer Emilie, trom Georgetown. 6 C
3 P alston. L Mich lowsii. J C Dean. Mrs F Ea.tei
ing Rsv A G nair, J A Bo ?lin, E 0 Barney and wife,
md 4 In steerage.
Port o? Charleston, June
PORT <JAJU HINDA H.
rna xs or isut MOOS.
Last Quarter, 2d, 2 nour*, 1 minute, morning.
Sew Moon, ?th, 10 hours, 43 minutes, evenlig.
First Quarter. l(th 0 hours. 0 minutes, evening,
full Moon. 23d, 8 hours. 19 minutes, morning.
usn. I ma
ll Monday.... 4 54
22 Tuesday....: 4..64
13 Wednesday.! 4..64
M Thmrsday...| A. .EA
15 friday. ....I 4..64
/0 Saturday...I 4..I5
17 Onndav.' 4. 60
Sehr Lilly, Hughes, New Tori-16 dar?.
To W fioacb ft Co, Baihoad Agents, Adams, Ol
k Co, J E A ager ft Co. H Bischoff A to, E Bates**
Go, BoBsasnM Bros 8 brown. Bei busse ft Burcke
meyer, A Bischoff. Cs neron ft Barkley, clac i os a
Witto, JOH cbnaarn, J A Cock ft Co, a R Cowpe .
th wait Courtenay A 1 renbo?m, H Cobla ft Co, W B
Chaiee ft co, MeDuff Coben W 8 Corwin ft Co, T M
Cater, J Campsen ft Co, Dowls ft Moise. J ll Deve?
reux, O Deictoff ft Co. J B Duval ft eon. Dong hw s
ft Malar, B Gerdts ? Co. J Gorham. P L Gul Bemm.
Hates* A Balder, Bart ft Co, J W Harrisson, J Hur
aausp A Co, O S Backer, King ft eibbon, J P Kelp.
Knooeloeh ft email E Lafitte ft < o, Mu,1er. Mmiis
ft Co, A Movobballr, Ostendorff A Co. O F Panania
D Pan) ft Co, Blecke ft bcharhte, e-tenrouss ft Co,
Commander E MOUS, W snepberd, D H b?cox, E h
?White, I Tupper A Pons. A lobias'^ons, Werner ft
Ducker, \ ageD-r ft Montees, J N M Wohl tm ann, P
Walsh, WL Webb, P Landen ville, and D A Walker ft
Ca The Lilly experienced bead winds all the pas?
Behr Margaret ft Lucy. Crossley, New York-16
days. HST. To 1 J Kerr ft co. The M ft L bad a
continuation of head winds since leaving New York.
sehr Ann d Deas, irom West Point MUI. 91 tierces
Bios. To O T Lowndes, aod 1 burston ft Holmes.
?teamer Pilot foy, Peck, rav^nnah, via Beaufort
niaflton, Bilton Hean, ftc. Mdse acd und ric -. To
J Ferguson, J D Aiken ft r o. Monett ft Wharton, E
Kresse), G Hamilton, bonihtrn Express Co, J ?oger
A C<p. and Ord r.
roamer Emilie, Lewis, Georgetown, S C. 39 tes
Bite, 40 bbls Naval stores. Md*e. Ac To Shacko!
ford ft Ke.ly, Thur-ton & Holmes. G H In graham ft
son, Col 0 J Walker. Torry ft Nolan, B O'Neill, J lt
Pringle, P G Fltzsimons, Pmckney Bros, Mrs D E
Steamship Saragossa, Byder, New York-Bavenel ft
Steamship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay
British bark Maria, Webster, Newcastle, Eng-J ft T
Steamship Saragossa, Byder, New York.
Steamship Sea Guli, Dutton, Baltimore.
Bridsh bark Ansdcll, inp ?in. a Port m Great Britain.
Krona this Pam.
SWimship Prometheus, Gray. Philadelphia, June 19.
Vp for tilts Port.
Brig A Bradshaw.-, at New York, June 21.
Balled for thia Port.
Brig Manzanillo, Spear, irom Bockport, Me, June 12.
Snipnews l?> le'cgrapn.
WILMINGTON. Jone 28-Cleared. W P Olyde for
New York, and-P?oneer for Philadelphia.
n AV AKKAD, June SS-arrived. Amtrica from Bal?
timore, and -an salvador from New York.
?.leered, orig M E Hines for Boston.
Sailed, lenawanda for Philadelphia, and brig Tan?
gier fer Boston.
LIST OP VKSSKLS
UP, CLEARED AND SAILED FOR i HIS WAT.
The Hannah Lissie, Ferguson, cleared.May 29
Ibe Munie, Rocerbjpu, sailed.May 13
Brig A me/1 ens, Band, up.Jure 9
Behr Frank Palmer, Latham, c'oared..May 81
XO XPOBT. XX.
Brig Manzanillo, ?pear, salle?.June 12 '
Brig Ai onie A, McCoob. sa led.June G
Scbr Yaloclt.v, Pinkham. stiled.June 15
. w io?
Brig A Biadahaw.-, np.June 21
Scbr o?an W Elwell, Childs cleared.Jone 12
Sohr Grace >i t a, O'ls, cleared.June ll
Sobr T D Wilde.. Heather, c eared.June 9
Sehr MEI aber. Aldrich, cleared.Jase 6
bebr Rockingham. Nicterson, cleared.June 9 \
Fcbr 8 H 'a dy. Wood, np.Jane 10 ;
Sehr C 8 Grove. Weaver, ol et red.Jun? 19
Sehr Wm L N rings, Hule-y, nf.Jun? 17
Behr Msry Stow, kankltj, o ea-ed.Jone 19
Brig Josie A Devereux, Clark, cleared.June 6
Rcbr hbiloh. Hubbard, cleared.June 10
Scbr B J Palmer, -moot, cleared.June SO j
jy BATH TU W U lt 31 ? :
FLEMINGS WOBH CONFECTIONS,
Thc Best in l's*.
They sre made of "Kantonlne," r?d contain no |
Bead what one ri the most distinguished physi?
cians cl Richmond Ya., says about tue Lose- ges :
I have Ions used - antoni ne, fie active prlnrtpl - of
European Wu>m-->'e*d, ss sn effectual r medy for
Worms ID chu ren. Mr. Warner I. fleming pre?
pares a Loz -Lgo composed of it. which is a very
p^ranair*-. nod palatable r raj in which taradminlster I
lt to Chi dren and which may be roiled cu a- prop- ?
erty prepared. O. F. MANSUN, M. D.
For sals by .' >
DR. H. BABB. Wholesale Agent,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting-street
fpo U U SI tl K * ? M KN.
THB SD il 1ER NEWfi,
PUBL1HUED Al ?UMT&B, S. t\,
I" O.IB OF THB BEtr PAPSB? IN 1HB CP.
COUNTRY; bas a large cirou t.tioa, and affords en
perlor advantages aa an advartialng medium, term?
low addrea LaKB A o-Thiiv,
February 22 Pronr>'>"??.
Purifies the Blood.
Por ?aile by OrnaaTists Kverywnere.
; nar 15 ?A0 ill
Prigs, Cfytmi?uijf (Str.
rp H K BEST IIB 1188,
LINN'8 VEGETABLE PILLS,
FOB SALE BT ALL DBr/QQIBTS, AND BI
W. T. LINN, Druggist,
Corner of Coming and Cannon street?.
JJ I S O S ' S
Warranted to Remove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contains
nothing fijarlo UH
The following ie one of thousands of testimonials
that ero daily received by the Manufacture?
Bronx >ND. VA., November 28.1868.
DEAR FIB-The "Tobacco antidote" prepared by
you according to tho receipt you have submitted to
me, and tho ingredients ot which I have examined,
ia purely vegetable, entirely bat m?ese, and contains
nothing in.the least Injurious. It is not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale lor it, and I believe that if tbe
directions are followed, it will do ail you claimed for
it. JOHN DU VE, M. D.
as- Price 50 cents per Bov. The usual discount
to the Trade.
49? For sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOOIH CAROLINA.
June T Imo
KBSH D RV O fi.
G HI M U LT ?ft C O." s PREPARATIONS I
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OP MATICO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPHITE OF .LIME
All fresh from Paris, and for sale by
Dr. H. BAER,
May 8 No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
OR THE BAIR.
PHALON S CHEMICAL HAIR LNV1GORATOR
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MON IGO.MERVS HAIR RESTORER
BURNETT'S COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANJ'ti COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR IONIC
BATCRE LOB'S HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
H AMBLETON S HAIR B rAl N
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY BUM, Ac., Ac,
For sale by Dr. H. BA ER,
Mav 8_So.,131 M E ET IN O-STREET.
JUS1 RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND RBI AIL :
CABBONA1E OF AMMONI?,
CREAM OF TARTA!
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-SI BEBT.
ROSAD ALIS, i
GOODRICH. WHVEftlAN rfc CO..
Direct Importers nf European Oruga and Chemicals,
May8 atutblyr CBaRLESTON. S. 0.
J^ARBY'S PROPHYLACTIC FLUID.
letter from Hon. Alex. H. St-j/ums, of Georgia..
C SA wro ED STILLE, Ga September 29, 1888.
Darby's Prophylactic Fluid Issn article of little
co.-1. but treat value. Its domestic as well as medi?
cinal raes are numerous, wbile ita speciallies are
most wonderful I have- not been without lt for
ten yeera, and no bead of a family who can afford
to bave lt shoal J be without it.
ALEX E. STEPHENS.
THE WONDER FI Li FA .ni I. Y M BDI.
letter from the Surgeon-General of the late Confeder?
E ic H ii o ND, Va, J aunar v 14, 1869.
JOHN DABBT A Co., No. 169 W?ham-eireet, New
Oentim'n-l have received your letter of the ISth
of December, I860, calline: my attention to your
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I most cheer olly state tbat the Fluid was i ural sh?
ed to, and extensively used by, the surgeons in
charge of general hospitals in the Confederate ser?
vice with great benefit to the patienta-all tho sur
g?ors making a favorable report-a great deal of it
was used io Ute hospitals.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
BAM'L PREaTON MOORE, M. D,
EKOBT CaLLxea, CITO RD. Ga., December 28.1868.
Prof. DABBT. Dear Slr- Having not been en?
gaged for many years bi tbe acuve duties of the
Medical profession. I sm only superflcialh acquaint?
ed wttb the ola'tns ef your Prophyiaotio Fluid, but
am well acquainted with ita chemical eletrenls
While, therefore, I eannot speak experimentally of
the value of tbe compound tet the diainfeotrng and
therapeutic propertiea ot the agent* em noycd in its
compontion, together with the well known reputa?
tion J <ts diacoverer, as s cbemiet, authorize me to
regard ita merit- as ot a hieb order; on the whole lt
must.be considered as a valuable coutrioutiou to the
class of articles to which li bekngo.
Those views, I mav odd, aro i-ustatned by thc testi?
mony O? many <; inpotent Judges, who Lave teated
Itu pi opei ties. Behove me, dear slr.
A. MhANs, Al. D., LL. D.
CURES BURNS. WOUNDS. ?TINOS, die
ALABAMA INSANE Hoer- TAL, 1
TTJBI A roo - A December 22 18G3 f
Messrs. JOHN DABBY A: Ca, No. 160 WnlLmstreet.
New York :
Gei Uemen-l received your olrctlars of tbe 1- tb
instant, asking an expression ot opinion from me an
to tho merits of vour Proi bvlacrlo Flu d. J bo pro
partition 1ms been so g neiallj u>cd by the p o in
aionaod pub.Io at larve, and so universally esu em
ed (bat it teems to mo to ne od LO further r>?om
a> ends rt OD.
Aa ? dii-inrectaiit sod rome lia! agent too when in
dicat 0, lt le not excoil- d t>> any alionar prepar.tton.
We usc permean (ramo pt epa atlons very extensively
m tbls h sp-tal, and cou <l Dot do without them. 1
consider you s Lie best und moat decant pu gra?
tion of the kind manulactured.
KespectluLy yours, Ac,
P BBrCE, M. D.P
Supt and Physician Alabama 'nsane Bospttal
DOW II- ?s 81llf?JK.
May 25 tutbeSmos / gents for south Car' lina.
J. SCH 1. IC PIS UK IS Lt>,
No. 37 LINF-STREET,
BETWEEN KING ANr 8T. PHILIP.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION AN1
BUILDING MATERIAL, LIME and PI aSTEh.
INO LATHS. PAINTS.OU*. GLASSES, SHINGLES;
also (>BOOVE AND IO.NOOK BOARDS, Ac., eon
staut!? on baud ?t the loweat market prices.
September Ll ? mthsly?
gmgs1 (fytroifftUi (Ctr.
Q J. li V H N ,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
S. E. Corner of King ?nd John-su.
SPECIAL AND PERSONAL AUEN TI ON" GIVEN TO
DEALEB VU FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS AFD PUFF
BOXES, TOILET SETS, dc.
GENUINE BAT III M.
IS UNSURPASSED BT ANT OTHER. A TRIAL
WILL REPAY YOU.
LUHN'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Have oo equal for strength and purity, and ought to
' boused by all
SODA WATER DEALERS AND ICE CREAM MANU?
Mr. E. H. JACKSON, Proprietor of the Charleston
Hotel, says: "I recommend your Extracts without
hesitation to the public for Ice Creams, Jellies and
Mrs. H. M. BuLTXBjrnxn, Proprietress of the Pa
rilion Hotel, says: "They are well worthy tbe atten?
tion of those who deal In them or use them "
These Extracts are put up ia small vials, by the
J oren, for the trade and faa. w use, and in pint,
roart and half gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress and High Rock Spring Waters
CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
Any arfcle desired, not in Stock, w Ul be procured
Goods delivered in the city FREE OF CHARGE.
June 8 sac ruthi Smo
Q O L u G N E .
s TP ER TOE TO THE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufsctured and sold wholesale
and retail by Dr. H. B\YH.
June at_No. Ul Meeting-street
rjyo REMOVE G UKASE SPOTS.
CSE THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared^ and for sale, wholesale and ret iii, by
Dr- H. BAEB,
Mar 26 No. 131 Mesttog-atreet
rp HE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILLI
THE BISHOP PILL :
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-coated.)
"COSTARS" BISHOP PILL,
.Ts of extraordinary efficacy for Costiveness, IndU
gestion, Dyrpepsla, Headache. Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint" "Tbe bear PILL in the world.'
Medical JtvmaX, September 8.
T R ? T H E Ml
MW Al Druggists in CHARLESTON eel) them.
"C-OfctarV Kat, Roach., ?ic.. External's.
"Costar's'' Bed Bng Exterminator*.
"Coetar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedies known. "
"18 year* established in New York."
"2000 Boxes and Flashs manufactured daily."
"! 11 Beware 111 of spurious Imitation*."
"All Druggists in CHARLESTON sell them."
For tl, (2, $3 and $3 sizes, Address
"COSTAR" CUJd PA AT.
No. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold In CHABLESTON, S. C., by
?OOOR1CH, WIREMAN di CO.
March 23 nae lyx
J^Y E R'S SARSAPARILLA,
FOR PURIFYING THE BLOOD.
ibis excellent medicine en*
jovs, is derived from it?
cures, many of which sre
truly marvellous. Invete?
rate cates of hcroiulouB
disease where the system
seemed saturated ?witt
corrup lon, have been ju
i io ec aud cured by lt.
Scrofulous affections and
disorders, whict were ag
prava ed by tho scroru
loua contamination until
they woro painfully afflicting, have been radically
cured in such great i.umber- in almt iteverv section
ot the eoantrv, that tbs nobile scarcely seed to bc
in fo rm cd of it? virtues or ase'.
Hcrolulous poison ls ono of tho most destructive
enemies of our rare. often this unseen and nnleli
tenan of Ibo orpanlam undermines the constitution,
and 'nvites ih? stisck ol on trebling or ratal diseases
without oxrltlng a suspicion of Us presence. Attain,
it ?rem? to breed infection tdrouub the body, snd
then,on some lavorabln oocaiiou. rapidly develors
into one or otlmr ot its hideous forms, either on tbe
?uriscfl or ?moni; tb? vi inls. In tbe latter, lubcrclor
muy bo > u.iden ly deposited In tho lungs or heart, or
tumors formed lu tim liver, or lt shown lt? presence
by erm I OHM on timi, ii in, or loul ulcerations on home
port of tho burty. Hence tlin occasional use ot a
?ettie of I his. KA lt-e l'A fl 11 LA le Out liable, even
when no arilvn sviui loins ? f olscase appear Per
.ons attire with ibo lo) owag complaint' generally
(nd lum edin!? relief, snd, atleugib, core hythe
use o' this * A lt ? AP A H i LL A : Ht Anthon)'s Fire,
Boso or irysipcl.is 1 tiler, -alt Kticum, hcald Hoad.
Ring Worm, - oro 1 jcs. boro Lars, and o'hci erup?
tions i r visible forms of Hrrofalous di.o se. Also,
in the more con rulen form*, se Dyspepsia, Dropsy.
Bean DI eu-?, PiH, lpllopsy, Neuralgia and I be va?
rious ulcerous affection* of tho muscular and uer
. *ypbUls or Venereal aud Mersurial Diseases ar?
eur- d by it, Hough a long timo ?? requirea foi mt
rlnrtns thews ob<t nata maladi s oy a'y .medicine.
Hut lo&tc contuiufld u>* of this mediano w?l cur*
tbe complaint. LeucorrhoBa or White?, TJtcmao Ul?
cerations and Pe?nalo discus."!, aro rommoni) soon
relieved and ultimately cur od by lt* i un fy Ina aid
Invigjratincr i ff ct Minuto Directions for each case
are lound in our Alnmnao, sup Hod crafts. Kheu
matlam and G1 ul, when rausrd by a^cumulailons ol
extraneovs matters in t'te blood, yield quickly lo lt.
as also Liver Com pl ints. Torpidity, Cungestku, oi
I nfl mirna'lon of the Liv ir and Jaun 'ice. wb- n ans
mg, aa they often do bom tho rankling poisons iii
tbebood Ibis SAHsPAr-If Ls is a great res tore i
for tbe strength and vifor of the system, lbose wbi
are Lauiiuio and Untie s, Despondent Meepl e
and troubled with Nervous Apprehensions Or I f ar
or ai. y cd tba affections symptomatic of Weal nea*
trill find immediate relief aud convincing evideoc
if its lestorative oow?r UKOD frlaL
? .- ??. ' ?? ? PBXPAXET BX
Dr. J.C. AT ?lt ?kV., showell, Bass .
- -Pra^tiral and analytical Caamists
Sold st Wholesale, by
DOWIfc & MOI E.
Charleston. South Carolina,
And by Retail Droplets f vcrywhere.
March 25 nao thttuSasae
Jknfls, Remir?is, Ctr.
?l P. P A N K N I N ,
Apothecary and Chemist.
No. 123 Meeting-street
CHARLESTON, S. C
fTlHE ADVERTISER BEG? TO CALL ATTEN?
TION to bis stock of tbe be?: Imported and Domes?
DEATH TO FLIES.
FLT PAPER .
Fl If PAPER
SURE AND SPEEDY DESTRUCTION TO
THIS TROUBLESOME VISITOR.
FOB. SALB: B'S
THE SHEET, QUIRE OR REAM,
S~7 THE ADVERTISER.
Which have established for them setos a reputation
snrpassed br none.
Through constant effort and attention he hopes to
merit a continuance of the public patronage which
has hitherto been extended to bim.
Jj K , O . S. PRUPHITT'B
CONSISTING OF BIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BLLIOUS P?LLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonie
TBE EXCELLENT REMEDIES OF O. 8. PRO
purri, M. D" need no recommendation
their well known power in removing the diseases pe
cullar to our Southern climate having already estab?
lished for them an enviable reputation m Georgia
and the adjoining states. As the majority ot persona
living in the South are predispo-ed to disease of the
Liver, lt is granted by sU intelligent physicians that
most of the pains and aches ot our people are due
to ord mic or inncrtnnal derangement of that Impor?
tant organ. Propnitt's Liver Medicine and Anti
Billous Pilla strike directly at the root of the evil.
Tbev cure the Liver, which in nine cases out of en,
ls at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Colic,
Sick Headache. Rheumatism, Constipation, Mon?
strua! Obstructions, Ac, so common among our
people. Earache, Toothache, Acute Bheumatlsm,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind five before
Pit OF H IT I i PAIN KILL IT
like chaff before the wind.
PROPHITT'S L1VEK MEDICINE.
Dr. Prcphitt-Having used this medicine suffi?
ciently long to test Its virtue, i nd to 6Stisly 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 that hundi?.H
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benefit: ed, as he has been, by its use, *e
deem lt a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them tbe use of this remedy which
bsa given not only himself but several members ol
bis family the grea'.est re,iel.
M. W. ARNOLD.
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY CODNTX, GA , April, 1867.
Thia ia to certify that ( waa confined to ibe boure,
and most of tbe tir-e to my bed, and ?offering the
greatest agony imaginable ?iib Rheumatism, for
Ove months, and alter trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I wa? cured wltb two bottles of
Dr. O. 8 Prophttt's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost?
ing tfty cents only; lt rebe ?ed mc almost instantly.
I therelort recommend it in the highest degree to
others suffering from similar dise.se. I can say
that it is one ol the best lamil v medicines now nut,
certain. Yours truly. w. A. FOREHAND.
COVTNOTON, GA., July 9,1867.
Dr. Prophik- Having used your Liver Medicine
for more than a year In my family, I cheenuhy re?
commend it to all persona suffering from Liver al
feciions. fiyspepsia or Indigestion in any form. 1
also recommend your Uyi-tntery Cordial as tbe best
remedy tor iliat disease. 0. T. ROGER?.
KTANPonriviiLE, PUTNAM COUNTY, Oct 1. 1867.
Dr. 0. 8, trophxtt-Dtar Slr-ihi-t la tocertuy
that I have used yt ur Ague Pills for ino Issi ten
ye-rs. and 1 bavf never failed io euro .he Ague in a
single in3tunco with them. They al*Lys break the
enids th. first day that iht y are niven I cen recom.
maud them as bel ou tbe test Situs medicine ibat i
ba ve . v er lound, and they leavo no bad effects follow
in<i tl em, as Quiniuo Ac.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBROOK.
PUTNAM BOUNTY. GA. September 33,1PC8.
Dr. 0. 8. PrrrphiU-'V-? have u-ed for tbe last
two y HXH in my family you Liver Medirme, your
Pain Elli It, and you Ft malo Tonic, and I bavo no
foai a In Baying ibat iboy ni e tbe bast medicines I have
e< or ns*d for the Liver ani ^ toroarh Neun g c and
Uki um a tic afflictions. Headache, Colic, and pains o:
every kind arc subdued by them. After using tbo
medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend tb? m to
ai y aiid tvrry ooo, and io all ibat aro afflicted, as ibe
best and safest rem dies for all tue disease-, for
wbicb 'h. v ure recommended, Ac
Yours respectfully, JAMES WRIGHT.
DIL PKOPUITT'? FK1HLE TONIC,
This Vedicine, Mtb its associates, ie a sale and
ceituin rem wiy lor all curable diseases to which Fe?
males stone ara liable. Ii is si.o an exsellent pre?
ventative of Nervous BUtsnees, or Nervous Dis
eaf es m eitter male or ie i ale It is a poweriul Ner?
vio Tonic retting up a full and nee ctr ul a ti ou
thronet out ile av? em.
ail of tbe above Medicine* Bold by Druggists and
Marchan,s generally .breughout the - ou tn wei t.
ED. 8. BUHN H ARI.
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 431 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
01>arlesion, 8. C.
Prerared only by Du. 0. 8. PBOPHIIT.
April IC stutUmoe eovmgtOL, Qa,
"na, ?tatuare, (Etr.
CROCKERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE,
A LARGE AND WELL SELECTED STOOT^
POTTERIES IN EUROPE TO CHARLESTON,
FOR SALE AT
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WHERE FAMILIES CAN BE SUPPLIED WITH EVERY ARTICLE IN THE ABOTE
UNE BY _
WILLIAM Gr. WHILDEN ?Sc CO.
May 29 J DAP tathslmo
~~ FARMER'S FRIE?T?T
POCKET CORN SHELLER,
^^^^^^^^^^^ MalleaMe Lon, Cop^red.
VS . WK1GHT.O.NLY ONE PODAD.
BEIN3 TBE OWNER OF THE PAIENT BIGHT OF ?HE RTATEB OF GEOEGTA AND NORTH
CA BO LIN A, ana Counties of Charleston, Barnwell, Colleton, Beaufort, Georgetown, Wilhaniabang,
B?rry, MarioD, Clarendon, hnater, Darlington, Kershaw, Lancaster < hester?eld snd Marlboro', South
Carolina, of this small, cbesp an? very \ alua nie invention, I offer them to the public as one of the bats m
the age, and can lecommebd them with confidence. ? *
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Itstaff snd to Mercbants at such prices aa will enable them to rr ale large profits, and st retail by fae
principal bardwarifdealera in the city. s>
C. N. AVERILL, No. 68 East Bay.
May 27 ttstnrseo
LIFE? JNSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK
Organized in 1859.
Half Loan Taken.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) FER CENT.
All Policies non-Forfeitable.
No Notes Reqxiired,
Policies in force.?26,000,000
Assets. . 1,600.000
Annual Income. 800,000
Losses Paid. 800,060
W. E. PECKHAM. Pr?sident.*
H. Y. GARAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary,
G. A. FUDIOKAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Drx, New York. E. V. HAUOHWSDT, Firm E. V. Haoghwoui dr
Hon. JAKES HARPER, Firm Harper ? Bras., Co. _
ex-Mavor New York. Wat, Wrurxirs, Finn W. Willuns k Co.
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BENJ. B. SHXRHAK. Treasurer New York Steam WALTOH H. r? -WEHAK. Corner 6th A Lenne aaa
Sugar Refining Company. * Iwentr-thira-street.
A ABOS- ARNOLD. Firm ot Arnold, Consta ble 4 Co. EDWARD H. WRIGHT, Newark, N. J.
RICHAIJ) H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law- GEO. W. FARLEE, Counsellor.
yene. # W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. REKSSTJKI(?SA. Kiana laing Poy sic lan.
QENEBAL AGENT FOE CHARLESTON,
January ia imo nae Oflee No. ?65 King-Street. Charleston, a. C.
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