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THE DAILY 1TEWS.
T_e History of ? A? lie.
Day dawned: Within a curtained rcom,
ruled to ?ainrness with perfume,
A lady lay, at point of doom.
Day closed : A child had seen the light ;
Bat 1er the lady, U r and brurht,
bhe rested in undi earning night.
.pring rose: The la dy a grave was green;
And near it afterwards was seen
A gentle boy, wich thoughtful mien.
Tears fl id : He wore a manly face,
And atrusg ei in toe world's rough race,
And won, at least, a lofty p'ace.
And then-he died 1 Behold before ye,
Humanity's poor sum and story,
Life-death-and al tn at is of glory.
/tttaniicl onfr Cammmiol.
Tbc marleston .Money Ala ratet.
THUBSDAY, Joly 8, 1869.
"Tho past week has been characterized by no
change. There were few transactions and qnota
tiona are nominal. Staie.Bank bills are in good de
m and with a alight appreciation. South Carolina
Bjiflroad and Bank stock remains unchanged. Sales
of Qty stock were made at 63 to Ct. Ihe People'e
and First National Bank stocks are still quoted at 118
no sales being reported. Union Bank slock $9)-'.
Other quo ta ti .ni unchanged. There was a general
dullness in business circles, and securities were not
In.demand. Money ls essy at X toi ptr cent a
month on unezceptionU collaterals.
SOUTHEE* B_tZ BILLS.
Bank of Camden.80 @00
Bank of Charleston.78 (380
Bank of Cheater.13 (315
Bank ol Georgetown.12 (316
Bank of Ramburg. 7 0 8
Bank of Newberry.80 @00
Bank of South Carolina.20 @i 0
Bank of State oM Carolina, prior to 1861.33 @54
Bank of Stateol 8. Carolina, siter 1st Jan..
Commercial Bank. Columbia.3 (300
Bzehange Bena, Columbia.12 @13
l'armer?' and Exchange Bank, Charleston, i @0C
Merchant's Bank, Cheraw.12 Cito
People's Baak, Charleston.86 @88
Plan Ur's Ban_ of Fairfield._.7 (ct 8
Plant irs'and Mechanics'Bank,Charic8ton.90 (300
Sowfbwestern Railroad Bank, Charleston,
tcmthwestern Bailroad Bank, Charleston.
3ie wi....-.66 @G3
Bank, Charleston. 7 (goo
Union Bank, Charleston.97 ($98
Oity of Charleston Change Bille.96 (a}98
State 8. Carolina Treasprr.Note?..95 @93 j
BO.TD3. STOCKS AND COCPONF.
City of Columbia Bonds..............70 (300
City of Columbia Coupons.,.75 @0o
South Carol na Bailroad and Bank Stock
" 1 (whore shares).dull.45K@0O
South Carolina Bailroad (half shares,dull. 21)4 goo
?. C. Bailroad Six Per Cent Bonds..76 @uo
S. O. B. E. Seven Per Cent. B'ds.62 (386
8. C. Bailroad Certificate of Indebtedness. 95 & 90
City of Charleston Si 1 Per'Jt. Stock.63 6f64
City of Charleston Pire Loan Bonds.72 @0O
State of South Carolina Bonds (old* ex past
; due coo pon*.73 @7i
State of South Carolina L ? ids (new issue,
ri di January 1, 1867) ex past, due c u
Stale . f couth Car-Una bonds lUMued tor
Bank of the >tate bills).70 (300
?tate of lioutb Carolina >toc?.73 (300
SUteof South Carolina Coupons.66 g00
People's National Bank Stock...no aalee..U3 OOO
amkBaUotwl Beak Stock..no sales..u 3 OOO
Union Bank Mock.$9K@00
Greenville and Columbia Bailroad State
- guaranteed bouda.:.64 @00
Greenville and Conimbla lat Mortgage
Bonds....'......60 OOO I
Nor_o-stera B. B. lat Mortgage Bonds.84 (300
Northeastern B.B. 1st Coupons (past due? 84 @t'0
Nor th es* tero hal.road >-tock trarital)..t&xaw
Northeastern Bailroad Stock (preferred)...33X300
Northeastern R.B. Certifica tea ol Indebted
' .ness.67 @00
- Cheraw and Darlington lat mort, bonds. .82 (382).
Charles ton Oas Company Stock (ex div).. .31). <3?0
Charleston City Railway Stock.63 _>C0
Charleston Mining ana Manufacturing
Company's Phosphate Works..100 ($00
Charleston and Savannah Bailroad Bonda
A (?ate guarantee)..58 ?CO
Savannah and Charleston RR. Stock. d oil.20 @20K
City of Savannah booda.91 @00
dty of Savannah Coupona (due previous
to let June, 1866).97 @00
.Olly of Savanna. Coupona (due after lat
June, 1866).i.97 @C0
City of M -moni* oonda, endorsed by M.
A C Railroad.70K@00
Memphis and Jhaxteston t-Broad Stock ?lix@12
Memphis and Charleston Railroad Bond?.67 (388
Memphis and Charleston R. B. Cannons. .90 (300
THE CA*KLES VOS HARKET
.t. _ TOE THE WKXX X5BTJIQ JULY 8, 1869.
Taut CHOPS-The Intelligence from nearly ali por?
tions Of the South, with sjme few un'mportant
exceptions, has been of a> favorable character for the
wee* jm?t closed, and tba general aspect np to this
ttme gi Tea indi atioo that the planters will be blessed
arina a. 3 ear of rea-oiwbte abundanoe. Cotton is,
however, vces_g through a period of trial, and an
ezteanr mar appear at any moment which wlD seri
oualy affect the result. Sufficient rain nae been
.?cured in rome sections to. perfect ttje grain crop,
?'r4?mtm\ otherea mare ample supply of water ie needed.
Tn CoTTOK MABXKT.-The market for this arti
te tba period under review, has ahown oona! <i er .
Avals ateediaese,. bat prices have not aaade any
advance and the rates remained, without material
. ali oration durtus the week-middling uplands na the
Baghah market being quoted at 12^d, at New York
.ft MM?, ?nd at this port at 83o ft ft.
The staple at Liverpool and New York lias shown
the follow ig movements during the week: On Fri?
day, July 2, the foi mer waa active and a shade
armer, salea 16 OOO biles, uplands 12 >.d; the let?
ter was qo 1 et but firm, sales 1200 balea at 31 Kc
OB raturday the temer wu a elive, ralea 15.000
bales, upland. 12 Kd; the latter was quiet; sal ea 900
bales rt 54 Kc On Monday th? former waa quiet,
.aies 10.000 balee, upland-12 Kd; at the latter there
was no bnalneei done. On Tuesday the former was
a shade ea?i?r, tales 8000 bales, uplands 12 Jfd; the
latter ?aafirm, atlee 2600 bake at 34Kc. On Wed
jastnty tba temer was quiet and nominally un
?Banged, tales 10,000 balee, uplad?s 13Kd ; the lat?
ter was rath r weak, aales 2900 balee at 3?Kc Yes- |
?erTay the former waa firm er, salea 16, doo balee, up?
land* 12 \?; the latter waa steady and unchanged at
Ihe erma's of the staple for the week have been
DO bega of sea island and 624 bales of upland, asama t
no bags'o'sea leland and 932 bales of uplands the
week before, and 0 begs of sea islands and Floridas
?std 164 balee of uplands for the corre?ponding week
J let year.
These arrivais have been from tho following
sources, ea* of- uplands, per South Carolina Bailroad,
604 balee; per Northeastern Bailroad, 20.
The stocks of cotton in sight at the latest dat?e
' were aa follows:
. ,1869. . 1868.
?to-* ta. Liverpool..339*00 ?03.180
Afloat from India.. 6eV,000 600,000
Afloat from America. 80.000' 7J.000
Stock in London. 75,880 ?&,231
Afloat tor London. 46 OOO 91,000
Stock in Bavre. 48 770 4> 1*8
Afloat for Uavr-... 117,412 03.479
Stork in Bremen. 12.175 11,666
Afloat tor bremen. 6.296 3.112 j
Stock lu United State? porta. 60 OM 98.887
. alcock in the interior towns. 6,200 9 679
Total.1,331.193 1,55 '411
Tendency in visible supply . 223,2.3
stock of cotton held by Manchester si inner* at
abe mill*, now 125.000 bale- ; game time 1868,125.000
Inlet, Mic dil ne upi in ti?, now 12J*d; then ll K'S)
Tte following sta tem ?-nt will show the operations
.-la fbi-market fdr the week :
On Friday, Ju y 2, the artie'e was stiff, and prices
Jud a armer ten dene > ; sales 160 bales, ordinary to
good ordinary bein? quoted at 307332o.. low mid
d?ng 3'? K. a d midd ; in* nominal y 33c $ lb.
OJ 8a'ur>)av the tranaactlona were light ; eales
aVbou' 70 b .lea; quotations uualteied.
On Monday, being holiday, no business waa
fa tuesday the article waa firm; aa?e* 100 bale?,
ordinary to good oidiBary berna quoted at 30@3?,
tow middling 32K. aud middlins 33c. $ m.
OB W-dne-day the Maple was jaiet but un
?hanged; a. les 30 balee; quo tab o ns uoal s ret'.
Ye>t?r<tay tb? article was quiet but ? ot ay ; sales
33 bale?; 6 at 31. and 27 at 321,' Wo quote:
Ordinary to wood ordinary.30 fa.32
* By New York classification we quote:
FEI IBLAJCDB-The market for <hls cla?a of the
fibreJjaarCeen generally firm with ra-her a poo i lu
jaejury, and a nock at iireaent very much reduced, a
<^ Amtr aa>ount of trans otions baring taken place du?
ring th? week -at about previous figures. We note
rake of about 100 bus ot sea islauosand Fiori aaa,
?motu wh oh were 16 Flondae at 65; 33 at CO; Sat 1
?V; 3 mixed at a Islands at 45; 9 at 70; 8 at 80c ? ft. '
We quote ?mrnon Floridas at 60'a 60 medium 69?
70c; sea islands m y be quoted at 68fe75e fer me?
dium and 6Tc@$l ft lb for fine
BICE.-lhere baa been a moderate in qi. ry for this
grain, and prices have been fully sustained, the
transactions amounting to about 860 tierces of eli au
Carolina, among which were 37 tierces at"\; 67 at
7K;*0at7>?;eaat7J?:98at7%;27at8c V ?. We
quote common to fair clean Carolina at 7H@7}? ; good
?a-i^c * re.
NAVAL I-TOBES.-There have been received during
tho past week about 900 bbls rosin, 200 bbls spirits
turpentine and 400 bbls crude turpentine; the arriv?
als of rosin bein,; mostly ol the medium and com?
mon kinds. Transaction? have taken place in extra
No 1 rosin at $808 26; extra Ko 2 at $1 90@2; No 2
at $1 60; No 3 at $1 75. Spirits turpentine sold early
in the week at 37c, but bas since advanced, and
transactions have taken place at 37H@38c fl gallon,
according to package. Crude turpentine was fold
at $2 80 for virgin, $2 60 for yellow dip, and $1 65 lor
HAT.-The arrivals of thfsartidebavo been liberal,
and amounted to about 18U0 bales of North Hiver
and 220 bale? of Ea;tern qualities. About 725 bales
of N'onb Biver were disposed ol from the wharf at
$1 fl hundred, and 200 bales do. at 97c f> hundred,
and 220 bales Eat tern at $128 fl hundred.
CORN.-71 e receipts have been large, amounting
to about 80.C0J bushels from Baltimore and 6000
from New York. We note eales of 7334 bushels
Maryland white and 2830 of Maryland yellow, ia one
lot, and 7000 bushels Maryland white, both on pri?
vat? terms, Jobbing lots of white Maryland are
sellin g at tl 23@al 25 fl bushel, weight, bags in?
FLOUR-The market ia fairly supplied with North
em and Western qualiu.ee, tbe lower grades show?
ing diminishing stocks, and all kinds are held with
a stronger feeling, and whi e some sellers have
tram acted business at rather better rates, the change
has not been sufficient to cause an alteration in quo
tations.and we renew previous figures, say for North?
ern and Western super ?6 !i5 ft bbl, extra $6 50@725
fl bbl., family $750@8 50 fi bbl, and extra family at
$9@11 ft bbl Scntbera kinds are in limited stock
and may be quoted at $8@8 ?0 for super, $9@9 CO
for utra, and $10?ll fl bbl. for family descrip?
BACON.-The market is n od- rately supplied with
this article, for which there bas been a lair inquiry,
prices having exhibited some tendency to fall oft
We quote prime shoulders at ic l4c fl lb; prime clear
rib sides at I9^c ? lb.
WHEAT.-'ome fine lots of new Southern have
baen received, and we quote prime wi i te at fl 70(g)
17:? bu-bel. A lot ol inferior red i-old at $1 2?.
Burr Ea.-There ia a fair stock of piime Goshen.
We quote prims at 40 ote. fl lb. Western aod other
lower grades sell from 30@36e. fl lb, aa in quality.
SALT -A cargo of about ist, o sacks were received
coastwise. Store lots are held at $2@210 fl sack.
INDIA BAGGING.-The market for this article
has been quiet. Gunny cloth 45H inches wide and
JH lbs to the yard, is nominal in the absence ol
transactions. Dnndee bagging, 44 inches, 1}?' tts,
For the yard, is held at 30@35e. Sea island bv
ring, 43 inche .? wide, 2 lbs. for the yard, is held at 45c.
BOPS.-The demand ior rope is moderate, and
prices are somewhat nominal at quotations. We
I?o:e hemp at - pesta fl re, ; green leaf at ie cents,
ind jute at 8*??9 cents fi pouni.
LEON BANDS AND TIES for cotton, of thc most ap?
proved patterns, are offered on the market, at 7
?Sc ft ft.
TTMBEB AND LUMBSB.-The market is nov well
rapplied, ana the article is dull. We quote timber
to- milling purposes irom $5^8. Shipping timber
110315; 4-4$5-4 floor og heavy at $18@16 fl M
Bright lumber, good merchantable, from city mills
cut to fizo, from $22@25 by the cargo.
FREIGHTS-Io Liverpool, by steam, nominal ;
by tail, -?a on uplands, aid %d on sea islands,
with but litte going forward. To Havre nomi
DO). Ciastwise vessels are in demand-To New
fork cy steam He on uplands, and Xe. on sea
islands, $1 SO fl tierce OD rice; by sail, ','c ft lb
on cotton; $1 fl tierce on rice; 40c fl bbl. on
rosin; ti fl M. oil lumber ; $9310 fl M. oa
timber. To Boston, by sail, H@9-16c fl Ri. on
upland cotton. To Provis enc? $8 fl M. on board?,
He fl R> on cotton. To Philadelphia, by steam, un
settled-and nominal; by sail, $6a7 fi M. on boards;
$9 on timber; $3 per ton on clay; and $3 50@4
on phosphates. To Baltimore, by steam, un
citied and nominal. By aail. $6@7 fl M. on
boards-$3 50(44 fl ton on phosphate rock. Vessel?
are m demand by our merchants to take lumber
freight? from Georgetown, s. C., Dari en and S?bi?
la River, Geo., and Jae a son ville, Fla., to North?
ern i ort?, and $11^12 f M. ara rates on lamber
and boards. Ihere.ij some Inquiry for lumber vas.
sels for the Weat Indies, tram the same points; and
$10 in gold is offered.
EXCHANGE.-Sterling Bills-The rate yesterday
was 147 for sixty day tulla.
DOMESTIC EXCHANGE.-The banks are purchasing
sight checks on New York H discount; 5 days H
discount. T%ey are selling sight checks at '? prea.
GOLD.-The brokers wnre yesterday buying at
30,:.nd setting at 37.
IOBEION ILA BEETS.
LONDON, Joly 8-Noon -Con-ola 98 v Bonds
81 H. ?ugar, both on the ?pot and afloat, easier, but
LrvzxpooL, July 8-Noon.-Cotton a shu de
fl-mer; prices unchanged; sales 10.000 bales.
Breadstuff* Sim. Other articles unchanged.
Afternoon.-bales will reach 12,000 bales. Red
wheat 9s 3da9s 4L Flour24s. lard firmer but not
higher. Tallow 45*.
Evening.-Cotton cloted at previous quotations;
sale 12,000 balee.
HATEE, July 8.-Cotton opened flat.
Nsw YOEE, Jury 8-Noon.-Stocks strong. Mo?
ney active at 7. with %c commission. Sterin, g 9#.
Gold SSH* Cotton quiet at 34Tarpenline 42a
42 H c. Rosin dull; strained common $2 25; good
strained $2 SO.
Evening -Cotton unchanged ; sales 1700 bales;
middling 34Hc- Flour active; Slate $5 io?G 85;
Wes? em 5 6 lCa7 25; common to lair extra Sou hern
$6 50a9 which was active at the noou advance. Coin
active and 2a3c better; white Western 93c. Lard,
kettle 19Hal9Jie. ether provisions unchanged.
Groceries dall. Turpentino 4?a42He. Rosin $2 25
as. Freiabt* firmer. Money easier at 7, with ex?
ceptions at 6. but discounts are still out of the ques?
tion ; merchants oontlnue to stifle-. sterling steady
*t9Ha9X. Gold Aimer at 36;ta37. Stocks sb ong at
f. BALTIMORE. July 8 -Cotton steady at 34,':c. Flour
quiet but finn, wu, at steady ; prime new red $1 CO
al60. Corn firm; white 98c; ye.low 96c. Provi?
sion; unchanged. Whiskey b-ss finn at $1.
(LNCiNXATi. July 8.-Whiskey firm at 95c. EJ
consie.dy; shoulders 14c; clear sides 18c. lard
dull a 19c
Loris VILLE, July 8 -Provisions firm. Meas pork
S33 Ba on clear side* ISJA'C; shoulders 14Ho.
Lard 19 He Whiskey 94c.
BiuaKOTON, Jnly 3.-Spirits turpentine, noth?
ing doing. Rosin steady at $165a6 50. Crude tur?
pentine unchanged. Tar U'icban^cd.
AUGUSTA, Ju!> 8--Cotton, market ea-ier, bnl
ver? little offering; saioj for two days 75 bales; re?
ce ps 70 .'Oles; middling numnially 32c
CAVAH5AU. Ju'y S .-Cotton, market Billi firm;
middling32c; sales nominal; receipts 147 bules; ex?
po ts 45? ba'ea
MOBILE July 8.-Cotton nominal; sales 25 bales;
low midd lug 3 c; receipts 58 bales; exports 197
NEW OBLEANS July 8.-Colton quiet; midtll?no
32 He; sales 26 J bale"; receipts 289 bales. Old
SSH Sterling 30. Ne* Tor t eisht He premium.
Minar teodliig upward; common O^alO'.;..; prims
lSXa?lJbjO, Molasses, lebolled 55a60c.
MACON. Joly 5-COTTON.-lhere ba? been very
little done the na t week. I he ?ales for the creek
amount to 10? balts; necorpiaC* bales; shipments
L 4 biles. ' hers is no demand, aod but little cotton
offering. We quote middlings 81c 'hs recluta
to day an outr to 1 bale; shipments 78 bales; no
MACON COTTON STATEMENT.
Stock ssptemoer l8t,1868. 1 326
Rece ivL-cI tbis week. 54
Received pieriously. 68.364-58 418
SMpped this week. 154
Shipped previously. 59,102-50,'. 56
Flori on hand. 483
JOLT 0.-Ihe ma-ket is verv dall, buye-s scare--,
an ? no cot oi> Offenau. Middlings bli: i he-e w< re
no shipmen B t >-day ; receipts 3 baler ; no eales ; mock
on ba'd 491 bale?. '
WILMINGTON, July 7.-lOTPaaTDm-Prices
steady. Sales of .90 bbls -t $3 roc vir,.iii, ?nd ?'2 cr>
for yel'ow d'p. T er 2F0 pounds
SPIRITS /J TramnTNE -Market firm, with sales of
491 obis at 39c per gallon.
ROSIN -'.ales of 086 bbl? at. $1 65 for strained
tl 70. 1 75atl 80 for No 2. S3 50 for No 1, and $4 87>i
for extra jaie
TAB -60 bbls received and sold at (2 25 per bbl.
Exports for t lie Week ending Thursday
July 8. <f
BOSTON-Per brig H o Brooks-207 bales Cotton,
ino tons *rrap iron, 56,000 feet Lumber, 10 bjgs
Wool. 31 rolls Matting
PROVIDENCE, R I-Per sehr Margaret & Lucy
234,678 leet Flooring Boards, 22,197 ieet Hewn
1 ?mi er, 8000 feet re sawed Lumb r.
NEW ?ORK-Per steamsblp Saragossa-42 bags Pea
Island Cotton. 80 bales Upland Cotton, 79 ti. rc- F
Bice, 66 balea Tarn, 681 bbls Rosin. 185 crates
Fruits and Vegetables. 19 bbls Vegetables, 146
packages eundries, 271 sacks Wheat 60 casks
clav, 20 empty B?rrela....Per -'^amshtp Man?
hattan-61 bass 8 I Cotton, 19. ?alea Upland
- Cotton, 96 bales Domestio-, 30 tierces Clay, 26
tierces Bice, 18 bales Bides, 200 baa? Phos?
phates, 78 packages Sundries, 165 empty Bar?
rels, 14C9 packages Vegetables and Fruit.
BALTIMORE-Per steamship lea Gull-289 bales
Cotton, 164 tierces Rice. 87bbls Rosio, 120 bbls
Kaolin Clay, 61 bales Tarn, 20 bales Rags, 708
pa- kaces Furniture, 40 tons Pig Iron, 280 pack?
ages Fruits and Vegetables.
Charleston Wholesale Price?.
BAGGING, fi yard
Dundee. 30 to 45
Gunny Cloth. - to -
BALE ROPE. fl lb-ManUla. - to -
Western. 8 to 12#
Ju e. 8K3 9
COTTON, fl lb
Ordinary to Good Ordinary.. 30 to 32
Low Middling. S2fc3 -
Middling to Strict Middling. 33 to -
Good Middling. - -rf -
Rea Island. CO to LOO
COFFEE, fi lb-Bio.I 20 to 26
Laguayra.I 2h to -
Java.I 35 to 40
Fh UTILIZERS- I
Carolina Fe-falizer, fl 2000 tbs... 165.01 to -
Wando Fertilizer.16C.OO to -
Double Relined Poudrette.|3u.ou to -
Niles* Phosphate. 63.00 fq? -
Peruvian Guano, fl 2210 lbs.,05.ou w -
Pacific Guaca, %3 COuu lbs.65.00 "s -
Phcenix Guano. 55.00 @ -
Baugb's Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... 160.00 fa -
Rhodes' Phosphate, fl 2000 lbs... ICS.00 to -
Rhodes' Stand. Manure-S65time|67.50 to -
Orchin* Guaco-.$40 time,35 00 to -
Land Plaster. 24.50 U
Mapes'SuperPhosphate.T? 2000 Ibjj?.OO to -
Zell's Raw Bone Phosphate.iGO.-iO to -
Zell'sSuper Phospbateol Lime..loo.00 to -
Woolston's Phosphate of Eime..- .|65.0O to -
Woolstoii's Vegetal >r, fl 20CO ibs|65.00 & -
Croasdale's Geo. >uper-Puoe, net|C0.O0 to -
Bower?'Complete Manure, net... 60.00 to -
hardy's Phospho Peruvian, cash. C5.00 to -
Sardy'a Pacific Guano, cash.iG0.no (cv -
Patapsco Guano.165.00 fa -
? t- ru.i k ( o .*? Pbosi bale.?65.00 to -
FLOUR, ?. bbl-supe. .,,. 0,25 'fl? -
Northern and Western Kxtra.6.5J (gi 7.25
Baltimore Extra.I - to -
Southern-.-super. 8.00 to 8.50
Extra. 9.00 tit) 9.50
Family.(lO.CO to 11.00
GRAIN- Maryland Oats, fl bushel.- - to -
Western Oats, fl bushel. - (cg -
Corn, fl bushel. 1 20 m l..'5
(IA Y, fl cwt.-North River. 97 to 1.05
Eastern.j - to -
LUMBER. f, M. leet- i
Clear White Pine, 1st quality. 60.00 if 55.00
White Pine, good run.38.00 $40.00
Yellow Pine.?20.00 (g25.0t>
Boards, fl M. teet-Rough.Il3.00 (215.00
Grooved and Tongued....?28.00 (?$32.00
MOLASSES. V gallon-Cuba.j 45 to 47
Muscovado. 43 (5 56
Sugar House. 50 te 1.00
New Orleans. - to -
NAVAL STORES, fi bbl- Tar.... - to -
Pitch. - to -
Rosin, Pale. 4.0J fa -
Rosin, No^l.I 2.25 to 3.25
Rosin, No. 2.,1.80 to 2.00
Rosin. No. 3. 1.75 to -
SniriU Taipentmc, > galley.| 37tfcj 38
0<umu. '?*, to. I 10 to -
"AILS- An.cncan, I'rfOiM. ? ke^'..| 5.50 to 7.00
ft)rWXA-Dupont?*, F.F.F. p....I C.70 @ -
Duj.oul's, F.F.F.I 5.CO to -
Dupout's, Blasting.I 4.25 to -
PROVISIONS-f, Yb- -
Bacon, Hams, fi th.| - itt -
Bacon, bides.| 19 Va 19^
Bacon. .Shoulders.I I6j?a -
Bacon, Stnpe.I ac.Sto 21
Lard, in keg.I - to -
Butter.-..I 30 to 40
Cheese. 16 to 30
Po Ut oes, fl bbl. - to -
Onions. - ?ti * -
Applea. - to --ta
RICE- Carolina, fl tb. 7 to 8f?
East India.- ?? -
SALT- Liverpool, coarso, f. sack.. 2.03 to 2.10
Liverpool, fine. - to -
SUGAR, fi lb-Baw.j - to -
Porto Elco. ISJ?'ti J4
Mnsrovai" .I - to -
a ? B
SI : ?8
Ot I -J ?
tx 2 o
01 to ?
comparative Kxpurts ot Cotton, from
thc Fort ot unarleston.
Oilier British Ports.
Total to Great Britain';.
Other .-rench Ports.
Total to France.
North of Europe.
Total North of Europe.
ou th of Europe.
A'est Indies, fcc..
Total Foreign Ports.
Rhode Island, -c.
Baltimore and N01 ilk....
Other United ?Slr tts roi ls.
Total to Coastwise Torts.
fe.xports or Klee. Naval Stores nun 1. "?
ber from the Port of Charleston, fraaa
(september 1 to Joly 8. lSbi)
BICE. ?. t>TOr.ia.| LUXBEll.
Other U. S. Ports..
.Uijorra & a Market
Wt st Indies.
st Johns, N D...
23,283! 12 114,019
98.V88I 1.987 ?62
27,02?| 52,268; 14,101.511
Stocks of Cotton in tko Interior Tewn
not Included in tke Receipts.
Augueta and Hamburg.?"1? -
Macon, Geo.July 3
Columbus. Geo.Jnly 2
Montgomery, Ala.June 6
Memphis Tenn.Jnly 3
Nashville, Tenn.July 3
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NOTE.-We have deducted from New Orleans
41,046 balee Upland, from Mobile 15,620 balee, from
Savannah 372* bags Sea leland and 240 bales Up?
land-and from Charleston 2623 baga Sea Island ansi
232 balee Upland, the quantinca roccived at those
Dorts from Mobile, florida, Texas and Havannah.
Per steamship Sea Gull, for Ballimore-J Tronche,
Mrs Troucbe and servant Mrs Nienmeyer. Mrs Rug
beimer. three children and nurse, Mrs J H Nixon, M
B Paine. T N Fowles. F B Howard, and J W Hall.
Per steamer Pilot Boy, irom havannah via Beau?
fort. Blnffton. Hiltoo Head, fcc-F F Baasen. W W
Millar. C B Smith, Mrs Bird and daughter, A McD
Wragg and wife, Miaa Glenn, Mrs M j cr?, Mrs Owens,
Mrs Ntrong. W Kreseel, Mr Brown, A Barnwell and
sister, and 17 on deck.
Per t,teamer Tmilie, from Georgetown, S C-J F
Alston, A Isear. W Greene. J Parker, A O'Neill. V P
Alston. Major E Manigault, S Corley. Dr F L Frost,
Dr H F Heriot, D L Pnnale, Mrs E Barreit, MISB M
B Withers, Misa E B Beckman, Mrs A Morgan, and 5
Port ot Charleston. July 9.
i>HJ-za or THE MOOS.
Laat Quarter, lat, 7 boura. 27 minnies, evening.
New Moon, 3th, 8 hour?, 14 minut?e morning.
First Quarter. 16th. 1 hour. i.8 minuten, morning.
Full Moon. 23d, 8 boure, 34 minutes, moram*.
Last Quarter, 31st. ll hour?, 45 minute*, morning.
? I gTJB HOOD HIGH
g JT7HE A JULY j EUIS< | ^ j K1SXS. | WAIEH
5|Mondaj...., 4. .68 7..10
elluesday.... 4..CD 7..10
7|Wedncsday.: 4..53 ? 7..10
8 Xhur?dav... 6.. n . 7.. 9
91'rlday.? 6.. ll 7.. 9
lOISaturday...! 6.. 1 7.. 9
lliSnutlav.. 5.. 2 7.. 9
Brig A Bradshaw. S*are. New York-5 days. Mdae.
To W Boach A o. J E Ad?er A Co. Adams. Damon
A PO G W Armar, C D Ahreus A Co, at Bates A 0.
W Brungea, V/1' Brewer, Claciua & Witte, DOUI?IISH
ft Miller. Cameron A barkley. H A Lmc, Lowie &
Moine, L Elias. D F Fleming k Co, B GerJts k < o, J
Goiham. Holmtb A Calder, Hart k Co. W Barral, J
It Head k Co. B Kiatle k Co. Klug k Gibbon. Oston
dorff k ' o. B O'Neill. C P Poppenlieim, C i.iiicuthal.
Muller, Nimitz & C >, J A Quackenbush, Uavencl k
Holmes, J Keila. Bu eke A bcHaonte, Itailroa i Agent,
Co, L Weisfcopt, R White, J N al Wohltmi n, E H
White, r Bowan, J k T R .?(mew. and E B O.
hchr ann ti Deas. lr..m WeBt Point Mill. 8u tee
Rice. 10 W 0 Di- e & Co. and C T Lowndes.
Stearne? Pilot t:oy, PtrCt iav^nDiili, via Beaufort.
UlufJtpn, Biltou Heao, fcc. Mdse and fundne*. lo
J Ferguson U fioidamith ii Sou. W K Moore. Sten
bouae k Co, Moffett k Wnarto.i. Col G P B.uot, J
McCready, F Ere eel. G W Willium^ k Co. G Hamil?
ton, K uhtsohn. Jr. J Adeer t? i o, Wagcne.- k Mon
be*B. BP . dams, and P Mattbewus
: teamer tmilie, l.owia, Georgetown, SC JS) tea
Bice Md-e aud 1 undriea. Jo r-hsckcllord A Kelly,
Tbur-itou'A Holmes. B O'Neill, J A QuacHeubuili, J
R Pringle, Mrs D E Hu-er, li Pbonix, and others.
British hark Fan tee, from thc Cape do Terell Isl?
and. To R .liure k co.
Stc-'inship Sea Gull, Dutton, Baltimore-Courtenay
ic lrenboim. . . _ ,
Brig ll ? Urcnlin, Briggs, llostou-J A Eu-low ?: < o.
r-clu- Margiret A Lucy, Croaaley, Prjvidcn'.e, lt 1
L 1 Potter.
Stcamphip Sa'ragoatu, Byder, Yon.
btcam>hli) Sea dull,Dutton. BalUmo:e.
Cleared lor tula l?ort.
Brig H W McGilverv, >?tu;.ts,atFranlifort.Me, July 1.
SC'JT W L tpriugi, ?alst?y, at New ?oik, Julj 6.
Snapnetra t>y le ^siapi?.
FavaMSau. inly 8-Arrived, the Mugare', from
Portland; clea:cd, bteamer ?eneral BOTOTE, fjr New
L.IST OF VESSELS
CV, CLEARED AND S AILED FOB 1 HIS PVhT.
Thc Hannah Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared.May 20
Ihe Minnie. Rorerteou, saiieo. May 1^
Tlie "Vince, HallUay, up.Juue 11
P()k)P<l . "
sehr Zeta Pal, Ibompfou i-aiiert.June 20
Sehr V 'Jocitv, Pinkbam S'iilen .June 1?
Brig H W McGllvery, .-tutts. cleared.July 1
Brig Bampden. Pi rkinf, up.Jim? 30
?ch. Mvrover, Brown, ut'.Iay J
Behr Wm L M nuga, Hale y, chared.July 0
Sehr Sarah Cu'.len, Avis, tip.July 1
LISI' OF SHIPPING
In the Pott of Charleston, July 8.
TX83XXS ?NDEH 100 TONS, ANS STEAMERS COASTING
WITHIN THE STATE EXCEPTED.
Champion, 1418 tons, Lockwood, nt Adgor's wharf,
for Mew York, loading-James Adger k Co.
Ii c Vf intbrop, 94C lons, Stewart, at Atlantic wharf,
lor L.verrool. loading-Patterson k Stock.
Helen Sands, 563 tons. Woodside, at Rennel t's wharf,
for the Rio de la Plata, loading-street Brothers
Fantee (Br), - tons,-, at Quarantine, from the
Cape de Verde, just arrived-B Mute it Co.
Clifton (Br), 182 tons, W tllams. at Marshall's wharf,
for Liverpool, loaiing-RMure k Co
Josie A Devereaux, 425 tous, Clark, lu Ashley Fiver,
for Philadelphia, loading-Stn el ! roe v Co.
H C Broiks. 181 tons, Briitgs, at Palmetto wharf,
for Boston, ready-J A Lu s low k lo.
Americas. 39-> tous. Hind, ai Central wharf, from
Boston, digchargiug- W Koacb k Co.
Manzanilla, ISC tuns, -pear, io Ashley River, from
Rockpnrt. Me, disciunnng-Olney k Co.
Moni'a 148 IOLS Mc< o'H\ at Nt Railroad wharl,
for Philadelphia, loading-J A Enslow k Co
A Bradshaw. - tons, bears, at Adgrr's wharf, Irom
Kew York, discharging-W Roach & co.
Lion (Rr), Ul tons, McLellao, in Ashley River, for
bermuda, loading-J A Lusiow k Co.
Lilly. 411 tons. Hughes, at Adger's wharf, for New
York, loading-Wm Roach & Co.
Margaret^ Lncv,412 tons, Cross.ey, ia the stream,
for New York, i cady-Master.
T D Wilder. 297 tons, Heather, in Ashley River,
lor Providence, loading-W Roarb k ? o.
Frank Palmer. 212 tons, Latham, in Ashley River,
tor Philadelphia, loading-li F Baker k Co.
E J Palmer. 197 tons. Snoot, at Railiottd Accommo?
dation wharf tor Baltimore, loading-Master.
Clara W tlwe 1. 296 lon-?. Jenkins, in Ashley River,
lor a Northern Pott, loading-L T Potier.
S H ( adv, 200 tons. Small, at Northeastern Raitioad
wharl, for New York, baling-W Roach k co.
John A Griffin, - tons, Foster, at Centrai wharf,
lor Philadelphia, loading-H F Baker A- Co.
Mary* Stow, -tons, bankin, at Onion wharf, fiom
New York, di-c?q? mg- W Roach k Co.
Grace clifton. - tons. Oll?, in Ashley River, for
Shiloh, 270 tons. Hubbard, st Kari's wharf, from
Baltimore, dischar^iui'-H F Baker k Co.
CS Groves, 258 ton-, Weaver, nt Heir's wharf, frcm
Kew York, disrhargint:-b F Raker & Co.
E Waterman. 107 tons, .Marshall, at Brown & Co's
wharl, ?roni Baltimoie,discharging-Street Bros
Adolph HU,IP1, 212 lons, A'laius, at Central wharf
irom Philadelphia, discharging-H F Raker k
Rockingham, 1C9 tons. Nic";or?on, at Adger's wharf,
Irom New York, discharging-W Roach k co.
Consta nee* per a-oatn . moitun Kumoaa
SO hales Cotton, 15 bales Yarn 25 bc-xf s Tota. co.
242 sacks Wleat. 20i ackajies Bacon ?nd I ard. 1 ear
Stock. To Railroa! Agen?, G B Walter k Co, W 0
t oort ney k to AB Mullican. Putzer, Rodgers k Co,
J D Aiken ? c0, J G Miluor k co, G V dirk jr Co,
E Blt der, L Elias, Morris k Foi h O'Neill. Muller,
Nimitz k Co. G W Steffenf, and Goldsmith k Son
LIST OF LETTLRS remaining in the Post?nico at
Jharleston, for thc fftek -mding JULY 8, 18C0,
and printed officially In TUF. DAIO NEWH, ns the
newspaper having thc largest circulation in thc City
*3-Pcrsons calling for Letters Advertised, should
.tate that they are "Advertised.;'
*y Office hours trom 8 A. M. to 0 P. M. On Sun
Jays, froin 5 to C P. M.
STANLEY G. TROTT. Postmaster.
Wi-MK VS Ll*!'.
Alroit, Jane Ironler, Miss J F Parker, Anna O
Abbott, Mrs A Je:.kins, Miss F Parker, Laura
Alston, Mary fohnsou, M s Jj Parker, surah
Apeler, *nnlc Johns Mis C A Perkins. Mrs
Boroo. Mrs A Jones, Matilda Pinekney, MissE
barrett, rallie Kial), Mis- M Pieken?. Jane
Barnwell Mis L Kramer, Mrs B Platt, sarib A
Beunett, Elleu F Po?ell, Liddy
Black, carah Eiroy, Miss M Prince, Mrs M
U ackmon, Lidy Keils, Mrs F C nuntin, Mrs F
Frown, slice Lynes, Martha M Robinson, Mrs E
Brown, Mrs M Lesesne. Ju la Ross, Mis M
Brown, Miss E lt Lenny, Mary Rodinks, Ann
Burckmyer, Mrs'Lewiih. Mrs H Rogger-, Mary
E Lewies Mrs A Ann
Butler, Mrs P LewiB, Mis-? E -anchfz Dircas
B iggs, Laura Linoari, Mary -?ires. Miss M
Carnlghan, MaryJ Ann Scott, Miss L
J Leland, Sue A chirit KP, Mrs J
Cambell, Mary i eary, Annie .-.pan, Mrs R
Ann Laniture, Miss C .?teviu-, Mrs M C
Chlchester.Ssrub Lat ar, Lilly Sit inner, Miss
E Marlin, Mary -tent, Miss C
Comp?. Mrs J N Jane Maley, Mrs E G
Cobs. Miss B Martin, Betsy stanton. Ella
Coleman, Ero C Moloney, Mrs T -munwood, Miss
Corlu.au, Mrs E Mitchell, Sarah b A
O J Sulliven, Anne
Dismukes, Mies Micftl Mrs L -mith, M's K
E A Middleton, Mrs smith. Anna H
Pays, Mrs L J tl Smith, Miss L
I rake, M-.ry MIK Lei), Mis- C -?mons. Miss C
Duiort, MiaaC Morrison, Miss A -imuions, carah
Edwards Martha J lea-dale, Mrs G
Ellis, Mrs S E Miller, Mrs R U
Fogartie, Mrs P Miller, Sarah Thompson,'Mary
C McAeey, Sarah A F
Foster, Mrs H McFoy, Chudla Thompson, Mary
Farris, Miss P Mciver, Mies E A
Fi sb bu ree, Mis? H Ihompson, Nan?
ti E Mc Km cany, Mrs cy
Fisbmon, Mary B Toomer, Mrs R
ann McDonald, Mrs Voigts, Mary J
Inltze, Misa CO B Walker, Misa H
Gage, Mrs E A McOrane, Mrs Tr Watt , Mrs C L
Gamer. Mra S G M. Kee, Eliza Wheeling, Mrs
Goldnck, Annie Mc Leish, Eliza- lyra
Graff, Emma beth A Winden, Miss E
Grim bail. Mrs T Mcrerton, Em- Whitehead, Mrs
Guerard, Mr? T ms M
Harbers, Mrs b McPherson, Em- Wurfal), Mrs 0
Haney, Mary A ma Wolfe, Misa M V
Heart, Miss c A Nevins, Mrs L A Wragg, Mrs C
Biggins, Mrs A ' ?dot, Mrs H H Wlenges, Mrs C
Hines Miss L ts Pauntoo, Miss E[ A
H ?bers, Miss L A Wilson, Mrs M L
Howland, Mrs ? Parker, Mra C A Whilliams, Miss
Bafeking Rose i'oiremole, Mrs L
Hogarth, Ella C Youngblood.Mrs
Hogarth, Eda S . C
Ahrens, William FloethmaD, Miers Augustus
Ahrens, C H Charles McCat ty,Michael
Bailey, David Fo ce, A W k McDonald, Dou
Baruwell. samuel Lro aid
Ba ke, J Henry Ful turd, A R Mc Niel. W M
Retbune, A Gercken. Claus il- ?amara, John
Boc s,M oses Cook Hilbert ft ?.0 B
Boyd. Jonn C Gil?uey, J *cRae Gilbert
Brien, John A G.Iber-, George Nesbit, Pr nee
Burrows, Frank Gould, Homo J North, ti O
A Gooin. William .-'Connor, A C
Burgess. John L Gr take, Dr 1 hot Jgburn, W J
brown, Janies M raul H
Brown, mr. ff- Grant, Sm ait Patat, L P
rood Green, George Pearson, May
Brown, Andrew '--uv, Josi ph, Jr fears eu. Dr B ?
Carter, Urveu Harvey, Glen tl
Cam un, Claus Hamilton, P Pinekney, Wil
A Buy no W A liam
Cattle, Benjamin Hayman, U Powers, Michael
Calvilt, John O Heywood Philip Powers, Lew-s
chase, Mr (lea- H-uen. John Prince, Cap Hcn
ther merchant/ Hogan, James ry
Clark, ld wwi Bu bes J P Rankin, Pull lam
cochrane, Wit- duggans, Henry k co
Hum lugrum, Danken Rei\ea Geo W
Cochrane, Thom- Jaci-sou, Marion Reynolds, Mark
as li Jacknn, John Robertsoc, cea
Cole. Tl ornas M Johliso >, Jos. pb sar
Cohen, N tl Kap. an, Tneo- Hogers, P B
( oigan, Jhomas doro Ru-sell, John
Cuben. Henry KurrliruD, C H Itu z. YuelOLSO
Cullan. Allan Kn,nerdy, M ItJSU, Jobn X
Cole, Julius H Klaren, K W Scoit, Wuliiin
Crews, J M Knudson, Hem-, -ou, hiebard
cruse, William Lab ut? i, Preston shrcweuuiy, Wm
Davie. Omer T H
Divs, Richard Lockwood, Th OS sheehy, John
Davis, Tom P c ingleton. A m iel
Lavidson. B M L>ons, Louis -rum. Rev t- A
Donald, James Math wa .s J L malN, Duvid
DozoUDg,John Mutin Adulpu stokes, Tnadeus
Drver, J u May, Lanncc V
Drangt. O Alabnbe. Ueury -tish, Heury
Dunlap. William ftleior.Herman I' i h. u-, 1 bomas
MD He s er Juh.i L l.arheimer, L
DuUy, H^uiy Ale z C I oumer, H L
Donehy, itomas Mitch--)] J li M I ur. er, Jumes
Edmunds, Joan j Morris, t lt | lurck Martin
r*vigtt>on, U Moaes.Chiei Jus- W .sbmg ou, Wm
Fitch. Geurco M tice Whtie D
Fisher, E G Montgi meiy E s Willson, Jehn
rush, Barney, Moore.Natbuuii Wtndueira,
No 81 Kuig-it Moigan, Luwuii -rkdiich
Frost, J H AlUiduu^h, J P -Vilwu, Johr O
SXB~ Persons depositing letters in the Postothce
will please place thc stamp near the upper right
hand corner of the envelope, and they will also
please to remember that without thc stamp a letter
cannot be mailed, but win be sent to the Dead Letter
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February 22 Propretf??
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Eorfeitable.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required,.
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 50 (FIFTY) PER CENT.
Policies ia force.$26.000 000
Annual Income. 800.000
W. H. PECKHAM, President.
H. V. GAHAGAN, Secretary.
L. McADAM, Actuary.
G. A. F?DICKAR, Superintendent.
Hon. JOHN A. Dix, New York.
Hon. JAKES HARPER, Firm Harper & Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
JOHN J. GEAKE. President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKES. Wall-etreet.
WM. M. VEBMXLTE. Banker (Vermily* * Co.)
CHAS. G. ROCKWOOD. Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEOBGE OPDTKE ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOKOAN. Banker.
TBOVAS RIGNET, firm Thomas Rigney A Co.
BEN;. B. SHEEHAN, Ireasnrer New York Steam
Sugar Refining Company. .
AABON ARNOLD Firm of Arnold, Constable & Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore & Bowne, Law
E. V. HAUGH wtirjT, Firm E. V. Haugh went A.
WK. WrxKEKS. Firm W. Wi Ikons Jr Co.
JULIUS H. PRATT, Merchant.
Wu. W. WKMHT, Merchant.
CHAS. J. STABE. Merchant.
WILLIAM ALLES. Merchant.
GEO. W. CCILEB, Banker, Palmyra, N. Y.
GEO. T. HOPB, President Continental Fire In?
JOHN H. SHERWOOD. Park Place.
WALTON H. .* "?CEHAM. Corner'Sfb Ayense and
EDWABD H. WBIOHT. Newark, N. J.
GEO. W. FABLEE, Counsellor.
W. L. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General A sent for South Carolina.
Dr. Ti nEK.VSTJKlt V?. Kiaminluj Physician.
GENERAL AGENT FOR CHARLESTON, ^
January 12 6mo sac Office No. 263 Kins-Street, t n ?rieston. S. c.
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To the Purchase ot Good? and Supplies tor parlies
in the country upon reason ible lenna.
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Janu'rv i ]yr
OSADA U IS
Purities the Blood.
Kor Sale by Drasci?<a fcveryvrtierc.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are most desirable for quality,'
finish and price.
Cannot be Sledged!
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Cannot be Drilled t
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Please send for a catalogue to
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(oldest safe manufacturer?) ,.
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Warehouses (108Bftnk fit>> CleY?)*nd,0
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* United States- ~ ? ,
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THEY CURE DYSPEPSIA,
ANS ALL D18EA8B8 0? THX
STOMACH AND LITER.
TEXT ARE RECOMMENDED BT THI
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AGENTS, NEW YOEE.
Manufactured by C. F.PANKNI?,
CE220ST AOT APOTBZCAB?,
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*9?i^w Sale by Druggists Everywhtrt.'&l
Kobtuaiy 13 tnwflyr
I B . li 1 C II .1 U'S
GOLDEN ll E il E D I ? 3 .
A>K FOB NO OTBFR, TAKE NO OTB EB, ANO
yon will save lime healtu a- d mouey.
Sii IO REWARD tor anv cate ot disease in at y
staso wh.i-b tiicy fall :o cu'e.
Dr. KlCH.Tj's (.Ul LEN BALSAM No. 1 cures
Ulcers, 0.carnied sore 'ihroat and Mouth, (.ore
Eye*. i'utaneou-1 or ski? Eruption-, ?'o.>p?r C"iered
Blotches, oieues* ol the scalp .-crof ?ia, Ac ; is tbe
greatest Renovator, Al dative and Ulood Purifier
known, remove? a 1 oisoaa-a from the .-y^tem, and
leaver the blood pure and health*.
Dr. M0HA0'? GOLDEN HALSA&I NO. acures
Mercurial Affections, rheumatism in all it form?.
whether f om mercury or other causes ; gives imme?
diate relief in al) caaes. t>o d>e inc utcepfary. I
have Ihouaand* of I'ertifiratea oroviug the miracn
l<us cures cCf-cie iby these lemidio?. Price of
either No. 1 or No 2, 15 per loi U , or two bottles for
Dr RKHAUS GOLDEN ANUDOTE, a Rafe ipee
dy,peasant and raiical rnrv i>r all Unuary De
ra?mente, accompan ed with full directional Price
83 ter botdo
Dr. RICHAUM GOLDEN I LIX1B D'A MOOR, a
: aci al cure for Nervous or Oeuvrai Lebi itt, in old
or lOVOgi impar?nt? en<rgv witb wonde ftil eject.
Price $5 i er bottle, or two bottles for $9.
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