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THE PAILY MEWS.
BX JAMES B- BAXDAIJ.
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Tbs broken column, reared tnlair
To bim nbo ??do our eonntry great.
Can aimost cast i s ?batlow where ?
Tba victims ot a grand despair,.
.In loog, ' og ranks ol death await
gtasQai i->j-k>wd iisaaajr abs Jodsxaoat <sjay; .
Which come for au, and, soon or late,
.WiU ecmeiorfhcse&t Abington.
in that TS*t sepulchre repose
The thousands reaped from every fray,
Tba Men ta Bine ?bo care op ri BC -
* in bart i e iront io f mi te their fee?
: The Bpmtan Bonus wbo wore the Oiey. :
The combat o'er, tbe des th-hug done.
In Summer blt zt or Winter snows,
. Shay keep the truce at arlington. ..
And. abnoft lost ba myriad.graves
Of tb oe? who gai ne d Ul' ur* qua 1 ?gbt,
.. . Are monads thai i lie Confederate braves ..
Who reek cot bow the North wind n? .
ur dazzling day or dtam?^tm^bt ^1 :
O'er those wtu> lost and. those .who won,
Dea* bolds no parley which was tight-_
a ulftP'i Abington 1.
Tte dead had rest; the dove of peace
Brooded o'er bo h w th equal wings.
To boto bad come (hat great anrctaae.
The last omnipotent release
, Jbjap all the wond'a'oelirfoua stings.
T?btuMe deaf and signs! Ban.
Oh-y Slept, like h. roes of old Greece
Beneath tbe glebe at Arlington.
ind in ice FprJ?g> Uni^antreign, 33
1 he eweet May woke her harp of pines. .
TevhiuH ser choir ?ihril.mg atm in - 1
; W Jubilee to land aixd main, ?'
bue, danced ia emeraJd down the lines.
' Denying larges* bi ight to none,
Baa ?linio fllfTrrrinrn in wi a*pia
,Thw, toW who alapiat ArUngton.
Fae gare her frasees and ner-phoweie
To aO ahke wbo di earn ed in dust;
~ Ber song-buds wove their dainty bowers I I
Amid th e ja*naine bids and flowers, -
And piped with an la partial trust
Watts 01 tbe air and lil ? ral son I
1 heir gndeleas gives were kind and just
\ To friend aed ice *t Aiungton.
"* Itod'rf?lTB'gens??? Fpriog, lhere came
. ' Some worn rn of the land wno strove
r ul lStassskn Nita teg ?cai field of fame
J l^naindipitTtii0iawi lost or won, T
let aTsctnai til?tnuxerh cf the HUD,
Our fcmoky t'aui gave no nod .
" 1 ' Tu karp lbw peace st Arlington :
.Riv :> ?fl 1 tot? rr 1
Jehovah Judged, ahsahlng man ; .
Tor, Sn the vigils oJLthenight.
Ela mlgh y atoim-aveugers ran
wff MWl??f!^W>B-,;-: . oe i
And, ?ban the mora .rame, young and hur,
Karora bagan hei narbciv pra?t? 1 .
Ab ve triumphant feoojhem
60, mtoeoaifcandiB toan?,
?3 Br Canes **rrtv<a ?he Tyrant's imd
-.?kW TOFK~Pe? rvhr ?.iHy-'?M bale? Upland Cot-,
i l Shy m vasta Kiee, b7 b bia h oem, ia eels. Ale,
IM paseas Iron, 1 rasa Lead. S^aseeMcki, 200
oaks Kaohn Oay, tes empty Carboy?, (JO empty
I Ala ?ariel?. Tl boxes Cttdnaucc. M, OOO fee? Lum?
nOvTDXMCE, B I-Per. sehr T D Wilder-: 10,000
tesl Flooring Boards.
?.'Mid fiJliT/.^J Saift? .-.i . C?U?
Chariest? ? Cotton and Klee Market.
I aMWOP Or,TM? OBABLKBTOft flAOg BEWS. I
f C---.- :^ t^Biisfti,, Friday Evening, inly ft. j
Corros -Th? demand waa very -restricted sad
a timm*kmeq&f1&m* e***. ?*.. WW ;
?sales 58 haiti, via: ? at 31 x ; 38 ??taso, we quot?:
J '- Ormtiy^taWl ordinary...30 ?sa
Um middling. ..... ..Sa^Ca
* ?'Ot hmm York cJassi Ocal loo ice quotei
.??^?y^''^ 16?e?e?o?.clean Care' s*TSc
-?Tb' We crae** common to nur clean Caro toast
-?.TX; good tJMfa 1 -
-;CI DD;/? ?I Oj fitrfcS S^PTSB J,?/
ll ax kc ts law Tclejrratpla.
: OT HOWL Wf W8, :
LcnnxjR, July 9-Boon.-Consol?, 93*. Bonds j
July t^Nocts^-CottOB quiet; aaJes
a*\060 Dales; at sa st th? week 63,000 bales; for sr
?ort ia,ooq hal? ; Jm, ape^xdation, 7pco.baJ?a?, stock
?6,000 baie a, of Which 270,000 bales ar* Americani
v'^atttfaJa?*rt'631.000 bale?, et which 49, OW) ta.' es are
AiUt??Jw'*^*l?. a*a^o- ,t8fd.,wheat, 9s 6aa9s
J?aw.|3, lams ansf ?abrios qm?t lard
-?rm, Pork daJL
Ireuing-Cotton qu,'et and. unchanged. Tnr
( 4 a a 10 BtoatonaMkBiitB.
Fa?r:IfoBX, Joly 9-Woon.-Stocks firm sod
.avlronar. hfotxrf .7 < m curr?ney to gold, i Sterling
.$*. Oci? d?H. -Cotfra dull at 8tH* 3'urpeatme
4Ms?M?V ae*in ave*dy; sirai^td canrnoo 452 25;
^" Evenixtg-Cotton dnU and %c lower; eales COO
taalee; middling 3*.^c. Fleur tlra?d quiet; State
?0 Wt western 16 30k7 SO; Southern t6 60eU 75.
Wheat cloted with nc on'J advance lost:' white
1Jisilha| M. sew tX Corn closed strong Mesa pork.
' ''xieVail "Other pr?Tiiio un steady. - Grocerteaquiet j
'?d AnD^ TruT^ntime 43.12?e Boam unchanged.
, TrejrtihU Armer. Moaej quiet and eaay at 7. Ster
.aitTAi^rrjaoBX. Jar*- s.e-fotion steady; Fkmr an
HCjuiBfed; low grades very firm. Wheat-tower:
3>.-i r e to choice red fl i&sl 60; lower grades $1 *6? |
140. Corn acvaooed; white-tl Mal Ct; yellow 9S".
Mern pork quiet at Mi. Bsc oo firm; shoulders 16o.
LardTaa?OK". ' Wtl.k'cy rial 02. I
' ' .'fctWira?irTi^jrurf at ?ff?. afeas j
sS???^^&???? 9? "jflhrrrt At t32 SO- "ujitPM nr"rK\
jttfj unchanged.. Lard.19c.
Sr. Loma. July 9-Whiiiey dull. Provisions
! null and nominal.
; 9.-Provl-MOus find. ' Mea? pork
488. shoulders lttfc; clear sides 16J??. Lard,
Hana ltKo Whlakey 95c
r^BHpaeBBWa iaix. a.-Spirits turp?n tine SJo.
?.Jt?^Sj?ta* ?k tl 60 Crude turpentine ?2 (6a3
- JrVSu fcwar - ?
A-JOOST*, Joly 9.-Cotton market quiet ind
.easier; sales 1ST bales; receipts 40 bales; middling J
SAVAXXAH. July 9.-Cotton mukst dull; no offer
.?stngftocka; middung nommai st 32,Sc; receipts ICC
July 9.-Cot!on rereipls for the week
All halos; experts to Great Britain 1679 bales;
?oastwtse 769 bales, stock 4.41 bahs; rales for the
. ?eek ado Da es; salea to-day 30 ba es; market dull;
low rMdiiling nominally Sic ; ieee pta S3 bales; ex
porta 1379 bafea
Nsw USLVAM, July 9.-Cot'oa receipts to-day
J88 balsa; tor the week, gross 1881 lalee; net 1070
?We?; exp-irt* to- day 3 6 bale- ; for the week. Con
tlaeet noa tele?; Yera Crua i27 bales; ooaat*i.3
4*61 h Jes; M?ek ll 3>4 balts: sales for the week j
1181 bees; ?ale? to-day 103 balee; midddogs 32^c
.old86X b;erlieg b ? New Y rk eight ?c jre
? an a?, itagar fi rm er. ,-n.moa lOj.'c; pumo 13>i?
^,13^0. MOI??SI ?. cl eire termeniing C4c
??}' kfaacoxa narhet,
VA COB, Joy T.-? orxoB.-Beceijits to-day Bone;
ssl?* 88 tai??; -bined 97 receipi? for the week
endiBg thia tvi m g thc ataras included ne e 34
te.?*;tale? tor tame irrne Ib3;fchipmente233-?how
in* a la 'in. oil inre.eipi- <t th. psat w.ek irem
those o. the ?eek be.oie of 39 balea and an incieate I
. ?I sees lot ii.ersme in.eotli6baes lt? maikct
ha? lee. quiet ?nd ?t?ad; dnnng tho entire ?eek i
ander review, and pi ices have undergone no dianne
wha/ever. Bm>?ra are eitin? ciccedio^ly eco-.-o ia
rnl? ni ark et sid tie offering stock la almost ex
tm- ***** U t is his been the most ac.i*e day unriug
the week, a d the oi.era IOLS the heaviest ot ibe
: Tmarroim We qn e: crduary 27; good orduary
. ~0?>?; 'ow middini' 80^ ; mild iaga 31.
- .?haften band Bentember 1, lb68.1,826
Beoeived , a it week. 94
JUeatrsd pisvlousiy.OB 269-68,183
. aThrpped P"t wwi. 333
oohaad lld? eveniag......,. SIS |
flew York Klee Market.
The Journal of Wednesday, July 7, iays: <
TLe market for-C .rolina ie quiet but prices are
firm The stock ls. much reduced, and ss th? hold?
ers do not think there is enough to supply the de?
mand, they aie Offering vei y sparlagfy. We quote
Carolina at 8>?a9 ct-, hast India is dull and nearly
nommai email lots are sellim? to tb?- trade at 7?. a
8c cmrency. Lots ls bond are quoted at 2?4a314 cte
The New York Vegetable Market.
The Jouttarof Commerce, of Wednesday, reports:
The market thia week presents no sew feature
There laagood sappi* Lom all po ota, and prices
are ruling low. Norfofk tomatoes 83'per bushel;
Savannah do 12 50a3 do. Uortolk cucumbers $2 per
bbl; Long Island do $2 let ?undred. Bermuda po?
tatoes *6a7 per bbl; Bermuda onions 83a? do; do m
boxea, equal to bali barrets, $3. Muthern ?ring
beans snd squashes are not wanted. Charleston po?
tatoes 83 t??t; hertoik do ?2 25a2 75- charleston
peaches 63a7 per erat?. Western strawberries 12a
26c per quari ; raspberries 12al8c, third quarts;cher
rle? i2Jial8e; currants 9al3c; goos? be nos. per hush
el, liai 25 tong ?Bland peas Sl?l60 per two bushel
bag; do quashes Wo p?r basset. Long Island snd
New Jersey potatoes $2 60a3 per bbl. "-Wida
Interior forton ?."axUets.
?QBKVILLE, July 7.-Cotton rere ai ns nm at 30c
ftf go?d.n?odTing. ( ? _
CBAStOTT?. inly ?Wines isaVrenort ?he mar- -j
set ba? .?gain advanced, but v, va very little offering.
We quote extremes'at 28^ to 31c-the latter price
for middling. ? ta^ea ros the week 68 oaks. [*
COLUMBUS. Joly 7.--IB th? last (bree 4?VB 30 j
r/aies hare DCfii sold at ?7i?lc, mostry between ???j-?a
90c. There is baldly 286 bale* for sale. Middlings
remata nominally Sic.. ' Warahouse sales 30 bales;
receipts 4 biaisa; shipments 41 bales.
Louii?Dtti per soutn ?. molina itaiiroa?
mmmtrr,frrr t J ?ly 9- ?. Eft
94 bale? Cotton, 122 bales Domestics, 694 sacks
Wheat.' 19 packages Bacon and tard, 47 balsa Bigs,
312 bbls Naval I tores, 6 cars Lumber, 2 cars Wood.
To Railroad s gent, Gold amii h at fon. Oraeser 4
Smith, Hopkins, McPherson A Co, Pelaer, Rodgers
A- Co Joan Mar-hall. Kinsman at Bowel), Utsey *
Kenvon, G H Walter st Co. h J Wiss, W K Ryan. J B '
, E Sloan. N F Burgess, Kirkpatrick & Witte A H Mul?
ligan, W W Smith. Siecke A M Lachte. G W Steffens.
B Gerdts A Co, kl oller. Nimitz A Co, OOreveley, J E j
Maller, 0 LKschgL .
Fer steamer Bt Helena, from Ediatoand BockvQlei.
Dr D J Townsend, WE Thompson and son, hrs
Belly. Miss Kelly, Major t B Johnson, JncWright,
and 2 on deck
Port Ot Charleston. July IO.
... or TH? Boos.
Last Quarter, lat, 7 noura, 37 sunnite, evenicg.
New Moon, 3th, 8 honra, 14 minutes morning.
Fir? t Quart?*, IS th, 1 hont. :8 min?tes, morning.
Full Moon. 23d. 8 hours. 34 minutes, morning.
Last Quarter. 31st. ll hours, 46 tuina tes, morning.
8 Tb ur ?day.
6.. 1 I
6.. 2 1
HA ? .
7.. 9 1
? Fr bark -Minan, Behextsovj, I iv rrprol-57 day s
Afsor'ed cargo, lo Bavenel tr Cr, S BMarshall, J
BIB Agnew and other?. .
sehr Zeta fri, Thompson, Belfa? t. Me. 14 dayl.
Bay. To J A Fallow A co. .
Steamer St Helena, Elliott; Edisto and Rockville.
Mdse and Sundries. To J H Murray.
Steamer Manon, Foster, s an tee. , 2 bales upland
Cotton, 408 bbls Rosin! 95 bb's Spirits, 66 bbls
Crude, &> 0 bushels Rough Rice, 4000 (t Hickory and
Ash Lamber, and (audrie* To John Ferguson
Seeder A Davis. W C Dake? A Co, John Marshall,
Jr, Kinsman A Howell, Goldsmith A Co. GaillarJ A
Min ott, J A Smythe, B Bischoff A Cc, J C H ci aus?
sen, J F O'Neill A Son, and Order.
Sehr Lilly, Hushes, New York-Wm Bosch A Co.
Scbr T D Wilder, Heather, Providence, B I-Wm
Roach A to
Behr Brcklngham. Nickerson, Sttllla Blver-Wm
. Bosch A Co.
.- >] r ; _ Sailed yesterday. ? -
Behr Margaret and Lucy, Crossley, Providence, ? I.
CIe?ur?d Tor thl. fori.
Steamship Falcon, Horsey, at Baltimore. J n'y 7.
Steamship Magnolia, Orwell, at New Xor*, Jary 7.
The sehr Rot ort Palmer. Clark, from Georgetown,
*Q^#ntve4attBaa, Mei,Jar>a. - I !
K V S H U. Bk STAMPS
OF ALL DENOMINA HONS FOB BALE BY
J. L. HONCUR, Insurants- ?cent.
Comer East Bsy and I x:haiae-street,
July 9 2 Next sooth of Old s oMoffloe.
gCORKS OF CORNS AND BINIONS
BAYE BEEN CUR RD BY MONS. BERGER,
during the last eighteen mouths. More caa still be
so by applying now at Ko. 20 WU* T WORTH
81 BE ET._ta*4?_Joly 6
J^KFIV EU FAJ1I1.? LAUD,
PROCTER & GAMBLE,
C I N CINNA TI.
MW A ak yo ar ?3 rot er tor ocr Brand Ol* j
Lard in these Paekages.
Tacked in 3 Its, 5 lb, 10 lb.Caddies; 60 lb Cans for
shipment,. Cheapest mode for felling Lard, t end
for Frier 14jt. ' ... ^ ,
Sold toy Grocer? tn Charleston.
Mav 29_PAC_ stuth3mo
p 1 A X o s : PIAN usn
OOLD MEDAL FOR 1868 HAS JTJ8T BEE)
AWARDED TO CHAS. M. STIEFF FOR
THE BEiT PIAN08 NOW MADE,
OVER BALTIMORE PHILADEL?
PHIA AND NEW YORK
OFFICB AND WABEBGUM. No. 7 N. LIBEBT?
BTBEET, ABOVE BA LTI1IORE-3TBEET,
BTTEFF'S PIANO* BAYE ALL TEE LATE?!
improvement, Including the Aurafle treble, ivor;
tronts, and the Improved Froncti Action, tully war?
ranted tor five yeara, with privilege of exchane?
within twelve monttiB it not entirely satisfactory tc
purchaser, second-handed Pianos and Parlor Of
asas always on hand trcm $50 to : WO
KZTEBEER WHO HAVE ODB PIANOS 15 CSE:
Qen?ral Rotiert E. Lee, Lexington, Va.
Gec-rai Robert R.inao>n, u/tlmin ton. N. 0.
General D. H Hill, charlotte, N C.
Governor John Ijetcber, Lexington Vs,
Messrs. R. Barwell A aons. Charlotte, N. C., Te
C B. Rludick, Female college, Kittrell'a Springs,
Bishop Wilmer, New Or'eanj, La.
M ii ^trakobch, Itali-nOpeia'
Messrs Pierson & Sons, sumter. S. C.
Charles ?Denker. Charlesion ?t. Ct
8><nd tor a circular. Terms liberal.
jM?s, (?jpmtral*, ?tr.
JJ -K C A It IC F U li
WHEN YOU, ABE EXB ?USTED BY OVEKWOEK
oi head or hana, and feel the need of something In?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxica ting
thing, whether nnder the name of Hitters or other?
wise. l?ucb articles give just a? much strength to
your weary bod> and mind as the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to N<-rve health, and are ALWAYS followed
by DEPRESbTNtt REACTION.
Duddys Nervine and Inyigorator
is a TONIO and GENTLE STIMULANT which is
.MOT attended by REACTION. Wuat it pains for
yon lt maintains. When it refreshen body or mind,
ltrefreshes with natural strength that comes to stay.
Wo are not recommending teetotalism in the interest
of any laction; but long and extended observation
teaches us that he who resorts to the bottle for rest
or recuperation, will find, as he keens at it, that he
ls kindling a ore in his bones which will consume
Die the flames of perdition. Turn from it Take a
tonic that w?l refresQ sud not destroy. DODD'8
NERVi NE i* for sale by all Druggists. Brice One
Dellar. See Book of certificates that accompanies
each bottle._7mcs_Jane 26
JJ? I S O -fl ? 8
Warranted to Remove all Desire
It ls Purely Vegetable and contains
nothing In jori ons.
The following is one of thousands of testimonials
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
RICHMOND. VA.. November 28.1866.
Dun fra- The "lobacco Antidote" prepared-by
you according to the receipt you have submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot wblcb I have examined,
is purely vegetab'e. entirely barmless, and contains
nothing in the least injurious. It ls not disagreeable
to the taste, and as a home article, I hope you will
meet with ready sale tor ir, sad I believe (hat ii the
directions are followed, it will do all yen chimed for
lt JOHN DOVE, M. D.
ny Price 60 cents per Box. The usual discount
to the Trade.
?y For tale by
Dr. H. BAER,
WHOLA BALE AGENT FOB f OUI H CAROLINA.
OSADA LI S
Purities the Blood.
For ?ale bj Druggists Kvarywnere.
rpo REMOVE G'OA5E SPOTS.
U6? THE DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, and for sale, wholesale and rot iii, by
Da. H. SALB,
May 25_No. 131 Mestipg-streot.
jy EAT II TO WO UMBI
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Best In I'se.
They are made of "Santonine," and contain no
Injurious Cmg. .
Read what one of the most distinguished physi?
cians ct Richmond, V?., says about the Lozenges :
T haye long used f antoni ne, tb e ? stive principle of
European Woim-Seed, as aa effectual r-medy for
Worms in chltorcn. Mr. Warner L. Fleming pre?
pares a Lozenge composed of 1'. which is a veiy
pleasant and1 palatable f rm in which to administer
it to chl'dren. and which may be relied on a? prop?
erly prepared. O. F. MANSON, M. D.
For sale by
DR. B. BA?B. Wholesale Agent,
Jaae 21 ?i-"" No. 131 Meeting-street.
Q O li O G N K ,
frrPEBTOK TO TBE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured sud sold wholesale
and retar, b- Dr. B. B AFR,
June 21_No. 131 Meeting street.
-p?R THE H Allt.
/JH ALON'S CHEMICAL H AIR IN VIGOR Al OR
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
BURNETTS COCO AINE
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOB THE HAIR
CHALFANT'ti COCOA CREAM
LYON? KATH AIE ON
EXCELSIOR HAIR IONIC
BATCBELOR*8 HA TR DYE
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON'S HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
BAY RUM, Ac., Ac.
Fer sale by Dr. H. BAKU,
Mav 8 No. 131 MEETING-STBEET,
J1752 RECEIVED AND FOR SALE .
WHOLESALE AND RE1AIL :
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CBEAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
p H K S ll DRUGS.
GRIM AULT & CO.'S PREPARATIONS t
IODIZED SYRUP OF HORSE RADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OF HYPOPH03PHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Pari?, and for sale by
Or. H. BAER,
May 8 No 131 MEETING-STREET.
JOH* D . ALEXANDER,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND GEXHRAL AGEN?,
Ito. 1G ts rood-street.
RESPECT FULLY SOLICITS BUSINESS IN Al'
JUSTINU ACCOUNT* oi Merchants anti inner?
and in wRITIN'j OP AND POsTINU tfleir BOt/6>.
either in part or whole Atc Jannurv f
JAKES KNOX.JOHN GUL
J? A OX di GILL,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Ao. 125 SKI7E'S WHARF. BALTIMORE.
OONSIGNMBV'SOF COTTON, RICE, Ac. RE
? Et TIX" I LY solicited, LUI liberal advances made
tueieou. Orders tor OuRN and LiCON promotlr
executed with care abd attention. 3mos Ma- lb
JjlRAmtlS H. DUC,
Late of tho firm of Shepherd, Due A Cohen,
MAN UTACTUBEU OF
PLAIN TIN WARE,
And Wbolesa'e Dealer m
JAPANNED, STAMPED WARE, bc.,
A'o IS Hayne-street, charleston. S. C
BS- OIL, PMNT, FRUIT CANS AND B0XE3 |
made a specialty. mf May '?4 ?
?tnpi g|c?ifol<f Ctr.
?1 H K BEST IN USE,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
FOR HAT.T. BT ALL DBUOOIBTS, ANS Br
W. T. LIMN, Druggist,
Corner of Coming and Cannon streets.
June ll Imo*
WHOLESALE AND RETAH,
DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY
S. K. Corner of King and Jo ii n -St H .
SPECIAL AND PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
PHYSICIANS' PRESCR PTIONS.
DEAL EB IN FOBE1GN AND TOUISTIC
DRUGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALS,
FANCY GOODS, .
PERFUMERIES, SOAPS, PUFFS ARD PUFF \
. BOXES, TOILET SETS, die.
GENUINE BAT Itt M.
13 UNSURPASSED BY ANT OTHER. A TRIAL
WILL REPAY YOD".
LDHN'S FLAVORING EXTRACTS
Eave no equal for strength and purity, and ought to.
be used by all
SODA WATER DEALERS AND ICE CBEAM MANU
Mr. E. H. JACKSON. Proprietor of the Charleston
Botel, saya: "I recommend your Extracts without
hesitation to the public for Ice Creams, JeBiea and
Mrs. H. M. Eu LT? HT IE LD. Proprietress or toe Pa?
villon Botel, saya: 'They ere well worthy the atten?
tion of those who deal in them cr use (hem "
These Extracts are put up in ?mall vials, by the
dozen, tor tbe trade and family nae. and in tint,
quart and bah* gallon bottles for manufacturers.
Congress ?nd High Rock Spring Water?
. CONSTANTLY ON HAND.
I Any art-do desired, not Jo Stock, will be procures
Goods delivered in. the dry KB EE OF CHARGE.
Junes DA a ruins Smo
rjl H E BISHOP PILL!
TUE BISHOP [PILL !
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sugar-Coaled.)
"COSTARS BISHOP PILL,
.'Is of extraordinary efficacy far Costiveness, Indi?
gestion. Dyspepsia; Headache. Nervous Debility,
Liver complaint." "Tbe best PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, Stptmbtr 8.
T R ? THEM!
?S- Ail Druggists in CBABLESTON sell them.
"Costar's*? Bat, Roach, ?Se.. Ext er m I1 g.
"CostarV Bed Bag Exterminators.
"Costar's" (only pure) Insect Powder.
"Only Infallible Remedie* known."
"18 year? established in New York."
"2000 Boxes snd Flasks manufactured daily."
''111 Beware. 111 of spurious imitation!?."
"All Druggists In CB ABLESION sell them."
For f], tv, $3 and SS sizes, Address
No. 13 Howard-street, New York.
Sold tn CBABLESTON, S. C., by
GOODRICH. WIN EM AN Si CO.
March 33 DAC lyr
TREVER AND AGUE,
FROM WE It'll MANKIND SUFFER
over a large part cf tbe globe, ls tbe
consequence of a diseased action in
the ejstem, induced by the poison
ona alarm ol vegetable decay 'J his
exhalation is evolved I y the action
of solar beat on wet soil, and raes
with the watery vapor f om it.
While the sun ls below the horizon this vapor
lingera near tho ?or?i's surface, and the virus
is taken with it through the longs mm the blood,
lhere lt acts as in irritating poi.-on on the
internal viscera and exrreiing organs of tbe bodv.
1 he liver becomes tn ri id and fails to secrete not
only this virus, bul alair the bile from the blood.
Bo tn Uie virus and the bl e accumulate in tb" circu?
lation, ?nd produce vio cnt constitutional disorder.
Tho spleen, tbe kidneys, and the s tom ch sympa?
thize with the liv r, and become disordered siso,
finally, the instinct pr nar organism, a> i m an at?
tempt, to exiiel the noxious iufusiou, concentrates
the whole blood of the'body in tbe internal excreto?
ries to force them lorant ii cut. TI.e blood leaves
the surface, and rushes io the central organs with
congestive violence, i hi-ls the Chill. But in this
effort it latia. 'J hen the Fever follows, In which the
blood leaves the central organs and rushes to the
sui fare, aa it in another effort to expel the irrita? ing
poison throufih that oib? r great excretor;-tbe akin.
In this also it fails, and tue s\stem stand na the
attempt exhausted, and w its tor nc rec? very ot
strength to repeat the hopeless effort another day.
Ihes- are the tits ct patoxvsras ot FtVi-rand Ague,
t-uch constitutional disorder will ot course under?
mine the boiltb if lt ls not removetl.
We have insured to omi, and have found an anti?
AYEtVS AGUE CUBE,
Which neutralizes this malarious poison in the
blood, am stimulate- tbe liver lo < xi el it from the
body. As u should, ? o it does cure thu afflicting
disorder with period certainty And it does mo e.
or rather rloe9 ?hat ia of mero service to those esb
jc-t?o this infection If tu ki-ti in s as JU it exi eis
it from the st slem as it is absorw d. and tim- keei-s
tbofo who use it tree .rom its attacks; Keeps ihe sys
t? m in beaiih although expo-ed t" the clseaee. Con?
s' quent! it not o?iiy ru es, but protects iron?, the
gTei't variety ol aili Clo s which aro iuducod by this
malignant influence, sucb as KemUtent Fever. Chill
Fever. Dumb, ur Masl cl Ague. Periodical Ueadache,
or bilious Headache Pi 1- us Fi ver?, ? euralv?a,
Rbeun-ati-m Goat, H indues Toothache rara?he,
Catarrh. Asthma, Palpitations Painful AJT-C ions of
the pleen, H\sienes, Cohr, Paralysis, and raintui
Affect ODS f ihe stonwh and Howe's, a>l of which,
when mi-it sj in.ro this cause, will be iraud to as?
sume more or less, 'he iuierm tient typ-. This
"AUUk CU SE " removes the cuuse of those derange?
ments ard cures ihe disease
1 bis ii accomplishes bv siimulitirg the excreto?
ries to expel the virus from the ey stun ; a o these
organs by dc.'recs become habited lo do tins, their
rflioe, ol their own accord. Heneo arises wha? w
term acclimatation lime may accomplish the same
end, but oiteu 1 fe is not long enouuu, ur ls sacrinri<d
in the attempt, while this 1 Ague Cure" does it at
on? e, acid with safety We bava g cat re son to be?
ll-ve his is a sureras well os dafer remedy tor the
wholo class of diseases ?hieb are caus? d i y the mi?
asmatic in ecti n. than ; nv other which baa boee
di.-covered: and it bas et ?ll another impo tant od
?iniagi-to the put lie, which ls, that lt is cheap ae
well aa good.
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-QARBY'S PBOPHYLACTIC FI ATD.
letUrfrom Hon. Alex. H. St phau, oj Georgia. .
CBAWronSETtIXE, Ga . fcc pu inter 29. 1868.
Darby'? Prophylactic Fluid la an article of little
coot, but treat value. Ita domeaUc aa weil aa medi?
cinal caca are numerous, wti'e Ita specialties are
mott wonderful I have not been without lt fer
ten years, ?nd no head of a family who can afford
to bare it abouM be without it.
ALEX. H. STEPHENS.
THE "VVUM/EHPl'li FAMILY AlfcDI.
Letter from the Surgeon-General of the tate Confuter,
BlCHMOM), Vs., Jannarr li, 1889.
Jomt DABBT A Co., No. 160 William-street, New
Oentlem-H-l have received your letter of the IStL
of December, 1866, calline my attention to yonr
(Darby's Prophylactic) Fluid.
I moat cheerfully st?te (bat the Fluid was furnish
ed to, and cxicnaively used by, tbe emveons in
charge of general' hospitals in the Confed?rale ser?
vice with groat benefit to tue patients-all the stir
geoi s tn ait i ni? a favorable report- a great deal of it
was used tn tbs hospital s.
Very respectfully, your obedient servant,
BAWL PRESTON MOOEE, M. D,
EM OBY COLLEGE, Oxrons. GA., December 38,1868.
Prof. DABBT. Dear 5i>-dsving not- been en?
gaged for many years in the active dudes of the
Medical profession. I am only snpcrficiallv acquaint?
ed with the cl a-ms. ef yoar Prophylactic Fluid, but
am well acquainted with its chemical el amenta
While, therefore, I cannot speak experimentally of
the value of the compound vet the disinfecting and
therapeutic properties of the agents employed In its
composition, together with the well known reputa?
tion of ita discoverer, as a chemist, authorize me to
regard ita merit.- as of a hi uh order; on the whole it
must be considered as a valuable contrtoution to the
dasa of articles to which itbelcngs.
These views, I may add, are sustained by tbe testi?
mony oi many competent jodgee, who Lave tested
its properties. Eelieve me, dear sir,
A. Mt ANS, M. D., LL. D.
Cl'HKS BUHN?. WOUNDS. STINGS, die.
A LAH AM A L* SAWS HOSPITAL. 1
TUSCALOOSA. December 'is. 1868. J
Messrs. JOBS DABBT A Co., No. 160 Wlllkm-street,
New Tork: " 'J .
Gentiemenr-i received your circulars of the Hrh
instant, asking an expression of opinion from me as
to the merits of your Prophylactic Fiu-d. 1 he pre?
paration has been so generali) used by the profes?
sion and public at large, and so universally esteem?
ed, that lt seems to me to need no further recom?
mendation. . .
As a disinfectant and remedial agent too. when in?
dicate d, lt ls not excell'd bj any similar prepara tic*.
Wense permeanganio pr?parations very extensively
in this hi spita 1, and could not- do without them. I
consider youie tue beat and most elegant pr?para?
tion of the kind manufactured.
Respectfully yours, Ac,
P. BRICE, M. D.,
Sup't and Physician Alabama Insane Boepital.
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T)tt , O . S. PROPMITT'S
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. CONSISTING OT HIS CELEBRATED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonie
rE EXCELLENT REVI EDIES OF 0. 8. PBO
PHJTT, M. D.. need BO recommendation--,
their well known power In removing the diseases pe?
culiar to our Sou:beru climate having already estab?
lished for them an enviable r?putation ia Georgs
and the adjoining states. As the majority ol persons
living in the f outh are predi?po-ed to di-ease of the
Liver, Bis granted by aU intelligent physicians that
most of the pains and aches of our people are due
to orgtnic or iuncti?nat derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prephitl's Liver Medicine and anti?
Bilious Pills strike directly at the root of the evil.
1L Jv cure the Liver, which ta nine cases ont of 'en,
ia at the bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, Cone,
Sick Headache. Bheumatism, Constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, Ac, to common among oar
people. Earache, Toothache, Acate Bheumatism,
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PKUPHITT'S PAIN EUIOJ IT
like chaff before the wind.
Pit o PH I ri 's Ll V io tl MEDICI!.H.
Dr. Prophitt- Having u*ed this medicine suffi?
ciently lon? to test Its virtue, i nd to satisfy my own
mind that it is an invaluable remedy for Dyipepeia
-a disease from which tbe writi-r has suffered much
for six years-and being persuaded that hundreds
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benet! ti ed. as he lus been, by its use, we
deem it a duty we owe to this unfortunate dasa to
recommend to them the nae of this remedy which
has given not only hioMSIt but several member* of
his family thc greatest relief.
,M. W. ARNOLD,
Of the Georgia Conference.
DOOLY COUNTY, GA , April, 1M7.
Thia is to certify that I was confined to <be house,
and most of the Ure to my bed, and toffering the
grcatoet'agony imaginable with Bbeumstism, for
five months, and alter trying every available reme*
dy, with no relief, I wan cured with two bottle* of
Dr. 0. S Prcphiti's Anod> ne Pam Kill Tl, each cost
lng 11 ty oems only ; it relie . ed me almoEt instantly.
I therefor* recommend it m the highest degree to
others tuffering from similar dise se. I can sty
that it is one ol the best family medidnos now oat,
certain. Yours truly, W. A. FOB EH A ND.
COVINGTON", QA., July 9,1867.
Dr. jPropAt'f.-Having used your Liver Medici**
for more than a year in my family, 1 cheertulijflfe
comn end it to all persons suffering from Uveifif
fec'ions. Dyspepsia or Indg-Mton in any form. I
also recommeud your Uy.-enu-ry cordial as the best
reu?-dy tor that d>.ca?e. 0. T. BUGEBi1.
S-ANFORI VILLE, ?'CT>AJ? COUNTY, Oct? L 1867.
Dr. 0. Prophitt-Dear Sir-1 hi* is to certify
that I have used Jt ur Atrue PiUs for the last ten
j e i s. ai d 1 bav* ni vcr failed o cure .he Ague in a
single instance wi.h them. They always break the
chi ls the first day that they are niven 1 can recom
rnei.d them ai> bein, the 'est atnie medicine that I
h.ive i v-r lound and they leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, as Quinine. Ac.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBBOOE.
PUTNAM COUNTY. GA. September 22,1P68.
Dr. 0. S. Prophitt->u-L have used for the last
two j ars in my lamily you Liver Medicine, your
rain Elli It, and yon r i m ile Tonic, and " * ave no
fea ? in saying that they alt; the bast medici- . , I hate
e- er nt* d fer the Liver ani t-tomarh Neun? g'C and
Ith um ti tic afflictions, Headache, Colic, and pains of
eveiy kind ure subdued by their. A fter using the
medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend theo to
ai y aiid tvery one, and io all -hat are afflicted, as the
be*t and safest rem' dies tor all the diseased for
which ?h- y are recommended, tc
Yours respectluily, JAMES TVBIGBI.
rm PI; OPH rr i > PED?ALE TUNIC.
This Vedicine, ?ito ita associates, is a safe and
certain remeoy tor all curable diseases to which Fe?
males alone aro liable. Illa ali-o an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous BlIbonefR, or Nervous Dis?
eases in eitner male or ;e i ale It ia s powerful Ner?
vine Tonio setting up a full and nee circulation
throuei'eut the avsiem.
nil of ibo above Medicine* sold by Pruggisis and
Merchante generally hrunghout the >onthweH.
ED. S. BL Itt. HAM,
Wholesale and Retail Agent,
No. 421 Eing-itteet, (near Calhoun,) "s
Charleston, ?>. C.
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