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-Gold closed firm on Saturday at 351.
-In New Tork cotton was quoted at 34?a
-84}; ea'.ea 875 balee.
-In Liverpool co1 ton was aotive with up?
lands at 12Jd. and Orleans 12jjd.; sales 12,000
-About four hundred Amerioan families are
sojourning at Dresden.
-Jacob Cram, Esq, a prominent citizen of
New York,-died on Wednesday, ager? 87 years.
-The price of the Pall Mall Gazette, one of
the best daily papers in England, baa been re-1
duced to one peony.
-General Rosecrans was to leave Mexico
City on or about the last day of June, with his
family, for Acapulco and San Francisco.
-Judge D. B. Dunham, an old and pro mi
neat citizen of St. Angus ti ce, Florida, commit?
ted suicide by shooting himself at that place
on the first instant.
-There ire said to be not less than one
hundred colored men now in Borne preparing
for the Catholic priesthood. The majority of
them wiU become teachers ot freedmen of the
-Mr. A. W. Beese, who has, for more than
two years, conducted the Macon Journal and
Messenger with great ability, retiree from his
editorial position to give place to General Wil?
liam M. Browne.
-James Fisk, Jr., telegraphed back the
wer OB, -"Non possumus," wheo Patti sent on
her terms for an engagement of one hundred
nights. These were $200,000 in gold, one -half j
in ?dranos, the rest in daily instalments.
-The news' from Cuba 'ls to the effect that
General Jordan has been placed in command
of the entire eastern district. Qaesads has
possession of the whole country and line of
nil way between Nuevitas and Puerto del
-Ihe new site for the White House is three
mik? from the Capitol, located st that dis tan oe
for the cooqanience of a few choice visitors
who come io-carriages. Any who haven't $10
to spare fora hack wont be likely to bother
-The Washington correspondents say that a
private letter has been received from General
Hancock, in which he intimates that if tender- |
edthe nomination for Governor of Pennsylva?
nia by the Democrats he will resign his com?
mission and accept it.
.-In 1868 Adjutant-Gen eral Townsend de?
posited in the Treasury s gold bar worth
mae, oaptnred st the Dahlonega Branch Mint,
Georgia, with the Confederate Government
stamp on. Treasurer Spinner will now send
this bar to the Philadelphia Mint to be coined.
-The Catholic olergymeaof the diocese of |
New Tork assembled on Wednesday, si St.
Patrick's Cathedral, in that city, and adopted j
an address to be presented by Archbishop Mc
Cloekey to the Pope. An address to the Arch?
bishop himself was also adopted and read to
him, to which he made a response, warmly
thanking them. The Archbishop departs in s
few ?sys to attend the Oonrnenical Council in
-In-th? mooth of October next tbs Suez
Canal will, throughout its entire length, have'
attained the required depth of twenty-six Eng?
lish feet, with ? width varying from one hun?
dred metres <827 English feet) atong the great,
er pornos or the canal, to sixty metres (196
Eng uah feel) at three other points along the
line, SS specified in the plana. The official in?
auguration has now been fixed to take place on
the 17th of November next.
t-The-Macon, Georgia, papers say that their
new ?Tbred poa tm aster makes sad work with j
his business. The Telegraph Bays: "Day be?
fore yesterday a gentleman brought us Jjsp.
thirds of our newspaper mail which bad stray?
ed into his box.- Yesterday nearly one-half of
our letters came iu the shape of voluntary con .
tributtona by outsiders, who had on designedly
been placed in possession of them. These are
i mee in which the people must be neighborly.
Pass around the letters and documenta until
they get into the right bands." .
-A San Francisco paper of the 27th tilt.
?sys s contract bas been mide in that oily to
supply 20,000 Chinese laborers to ba employed
as plantation hands in Tennessee. The same
paper commends the Chinese laborers for the
manner in which they performed their work
on the racine Railroad, and thinks general at?
tention has been attracted to thia class of labor
for the reason that they have proved them?
selves unsurpassed as rough workers. The
Tenne.-see immigrants will receive their fare
to the State and ISO per month wages. Anoth?
er force of 85.000 ia being contracted for to
proceed to Mississippi.
-The tsrea, in gold rates, for a journey round
the world,visiting the most important cities, it
is asserted, will amount to $1554, made up of
the following items: New York to San Francis?
co, $100; San Francisco to Shanghai, $300
8bangbai to Hankow and back, $100; Shanghai
to Hong Kong, 75; Shanghai to Canton and
Macao and return, $80; Hong Kong to Calcutta,
by way of Ceylon. $350; Calcutta to Delhi
(second class), $21; Delhi to Aluhabad ??10;
Allahabad to Bombay, $25; Bombay to Suez,
$800; Suez to Marseilles, $30; Marseilles to
London, $20; London to New York, $130. A
liberal estimate, however, of the fares will
bring the charged up as high as $1803 to $2000.
-The New York Herald remarks upon the
result of the Virginia election: "The lesson to
be drawn from this Virginia election is, first,
that by pursuing a similar course to that of ?
the sensible Virginia Conservatives, the re?
sponsible whites of every Southern State, from
Virginia to Texas, may secure possession of I
the State, and secure the negro balance of]
power for future operations. Thus, within the
short space of s single year, we may have an
end in the South ot Northern Radical carpet?
baggers operating for Southern negro supre?
macy. In a word, the Conservatives of Vir?
ginia have developed a new party organization,
which, if followed up by the anti-Radical ele?
ments throughout the Union, may soon give
us the dominant national party of the future.''
-The Democrats of Ohio have put in nomi?
nation the (o.l-jwing State ticket: For Gov r
nor. General W. S. Botecrons; for Lieutenant
Governor. f. G. Godfrey; for Judge ot Supreme
Cocrt, W. J. Gilmore; for State Treasurer, Ste?
phen Buhrer; for Attorney-General, Colonel J.
M. Connell. The resolutions adopted by tho
convention f ivor ihe taxing; of bonds and the
redemption in greenbacks; and oppose the Fi
teen th amoudment, the national bank sjsten
sod military commissions; and embody bosk
these featnree, the usual vague electioneers
clap-trap about hours for labor, a homestau
exemption act, the donation of public lands I
actual settlers, ic. The ticket may be regan
ed as a strong one, and the contest in ti
State promises tobe exceedingly closo. Whi
the result of putting a war man at the hea
and tail of the tioket (?Hr. Connell having bee
a colonel in active service during the war) ma
be, cannot be accurately judged until the run
press is heard from on tho subject. There wi
danger tbat the selection of a military or eve
a mixed ticket would lose in the peace wing <
the party ali that it would gain from the wt
wing; but the result would seem to indica1
that there had been a fusion, and that th
whole party bas determined to lay aside ol
feuds and redactions and go in to win.
-Gilbert Carleton Walker, who has be?
elected Governor of the Old Dominion, is
native of Bioghampton, New York, and i
thirty-seven years of age. He was educated a
Hamilton College, New York, at which insti
t uti on he graduated with honor in 1854. Adopt
log the law as a profession, he practiced aw h il
at Owego. Meanwhile he took some inter?s
and part in politics, earnestly espousing th
Democratic faith. He was frequently sent a
a delegate to Democratic Stale conventions
and was a leader among the young Democracy
Not content with country practice, Mr. Walke
removed to Chicago, and soon acquired a larg
and lucrative business in his profession, li
1865, just as the war was closing, Dlr. Walke
took up his abode in Norfolk, Virginia, and in i
Bhort time became largely identified with th
commercial interests ot his adopUi city. Hi
waa elected president of the Exchange Nation
al Bank, a position he still holds. Last yea
he went to Liverpool aa a representative of thi
commercial men of Norfolk, with a view tc
furthering their interests by way of dirac
trade. While abroad Hr. Walker visited Con
stantinople and other portions of the far East
lu the election for members of the Const ita
tiona! Convention of Virginia, Mr. W., then i
recent resident of the State, was elected ia th?
Conservative republican candidate for th?
Norfolk District, but, by the aid ofiron-clac
oaths and Federal bayonets, his opponent, th<
well known Dr. Bayne (colored Radical) wat
elected. Mr. Walker is of large frame, an incl
or two over six feet in height, has a piercint
black eye, and is called the handsomest man in
Virginia. Those who know him best attribut*
to him rare executive abOity.
jj MONDAT MORNING, JULY 12, 1869.
Last season a line of safe and oommodl
ous steamships plied regularly between
Charleston and Liverpool. This was un
dertaken at a time when the people were
gloomy and depressed, and only the mosi
?anguine looked forward hopefully to a revi?
val of our trade. There waa many a difficulty
to be encountered, and mnoh lukewarmness
and indifference to overcome; bot the pr oj ec
tors of the line persevered, and made it so
successful that the owners on the other
side are highly pleased with the result
Charleston has done what no other Soot h
ern port has done. We have made the first
and most difficult step; and it remains witb
os to deoide whether we will retain the
vantage ground whioh we have gained and
in?rense the strength of onr position, or
throw away one of those golden opportuni?
ties whioh oome but rarely to even a favor
ed community. It is no question now of
establishing experimentally a direct steam?
ship line between Charleston and Liverpool
That has been done. What we now have
to determine is, whether th? trial trips of
last year shall be repeated nuder better
prospects and with a greater certain ty of
We believe that we are justified in say?
ing that, if our maronan ts and brokers take
any ac ti v e interest in the important matter of
direct trade with Europe, a Charleston and
Liverpool steamship line will be in regular
operation through the coming business sea
son. The support whioh is required is but a
small matter in comparison with the magni
tnde of the benefit whioh may reasonably
be expeoted; and the aetive efforts of our
sister cities should teaoh us the necessity of
bestirring ourselves on all oooasions to per?
fect oar communications and increase our
facilities for the shipment of the staple. ?
little exertion will make the line permanent
and sure, and we cannot think that the en?
terprising merchants of Charleston will
allow this to be wanting.
The chief points to whioh attention should
be given, in oonneotion with this question
of direot trade, are-1. The propriety of
capitalists in this city being part owners of
the line. 2. The adoption of measures for
securing the ships a good inward freight
8. The perfection of arrangements for
filling and dispatching the ships without an
hour of unnecessary delay.
1. A subscription of a few thousand dol?
lars by merchants in South Carolina would
prove oar faith in the direot line, and show
that we are in earnest. The ships o an be
worked to aa to make money, and with a
proprietary interest here we could obtain
better terms than we can obtain while the
whole of the line is owned across the At
lantio. There is money enough in the State,
and to spare. It coull not be applied to a
better purpose than that of establishing a
direct steamship line which, in the ead,
would go far to make Charleston tue great
importing aud exporting city of the Sum h
We have the start now, and cannot be beaten
unless we are wilful laggards in the race.
2 Immigrants will form the best kind of
inward freight for our steamships. They
oan be brought here as cheaply as they can
be taken to New York, whilo the passage
will be attended with less risk and discom?
fort. The railroad fares for immigrants
from Charleston to the West are lower, we
beUeve, than from New York or Baltimore
to the West, so that the Charleston line oan
take immigrants for St L >uis, for instance,
at a less rate than the New York lines can
take them. This portion of the immigrant
business would mainly be arranged on the
other side. Oar work would be to bring
over white immigrants for South Carolina.
This can be done by aa agreement on the
part of different farmers to give so many
acres of laud to each white family ac u a hy
settling in tbs Siate, the titles to be deliv?
ered when the immigrants have oocupied the
farm, say five years. Tnis influx of white
labor wonl i reduce the price of negro labor
and make ii more efficient. Ia the mean
walle, real estate, encouraged by the in?
crease of population, would rapidly rise in
prioe. By giving away land which ia almost
without value, we can obtain immigrants
who will fill oar steamships, and do good
service in renewing and invigorating the
agrigultural life of the State.
S. There is no trouble in giving our
steamships full and prompt freights, if our
merchants will only remember that a simple
appreciation of the advantages of direct
trade will not enable owners to pay run?
ning expenses and the interest ou capital.
Eioh merchant should strive to do some?
thing, however little, for the line. There
is no use in relying on others. Every man
should do his own part without regard to
his neighbors. This is all that is wanted,
and if all our merchants determine to do
something towards filling up the Liverpool
line, the ships will have more freight than
they can oarry, even it they make a trip
every two weeks.
These things certainly deserve immedi?
ate and careful attention; and we hope that
both the Chamber of Commerce and Board
of Trade will at onoe take measures to give
all the assistance in their power to the di?
rect steamship line, and will ooncert arrange
m en ts for a live and hearty oo-operation
with the owners and agents. There is no
time to lose. Let the representatives of
oar trade and oommeroe meet and sot at
Wi see it stated, but can hardly oredit
the news, that Miss Sallie R. Banks has
been appointed Deputy Collector of Internal
Revenue for the District of Sumter, S. C.
Miss Banks has been for some time teaching
a colored school.
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month, everywhere, male and female, to in?
troduce the GENUINE IMPROVED COMMON
8ENSE FAMILY SAWING MACHINE, inls ma?
chine will stitch, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind,
braid and embroider in a most superior manner
P. ice only 8 18. Fully warranted for five years. We
will pay $1000 for any machine that will sew a
ctronger, more beautiful, or more clastic seam than
ours. It make? tbe .?Plastic Lock stitch " Every
second -titchcan be cut. and atill the c'oth cannot
be pulled aparr without tearing lt. We pay agent?
from $76 to ?20T per ra mth and expenses, or a com?
mission from wbich tine? tbst amount can be made.
Address, SECOMB ft CO., PITTSBUBG, PA.; ST.
LOI7K MO., or BOSTON. MASS.
CAUTION.-Do not be Imposed upon by other
parties palra bair off worthless casaron machine?,
under the same name or otherwise. Ours ls the
only trenulne and really practical cheap machine
manufactured. 78 Mav 4
rO RENT.-TWO OR FOUR ROOMS TO
BENT. Apply at TUIs OFFICE.
rrtEVr. ONK-HALF OP A HOUSE
In the central part or the city. Applv at THIS
T7HJR RUNT, THE COMFORTABLE
JJ DWELLING. No. 4 Doughty-street, within fifiy
steps of the City Raliway. Apply at No. T43 KICKT*
INO-MTitBEI'. Bent reason ible._July 5
TO HE VT. THU PLEASANTLY SITU?
ATED TWO AND A HALF STORY BE?I
Dr NCF, No. 5 Gadsden aired, oppo-ite Wentworth.
Apply at CHARLESTON STEAM SAW MILL.
EE VL ESTATE AGENTS, AND OT HERS
hading bouses to rent, can have their Placards,
Ac, printed at the lowest rates and in the newest
and neatest styles of tvpe, st THE NEWS JOB OF
HOE. No. 149 East Bay
FOR SALK, TWO PINE LARGE
MULES, five and six Tears old; can be seen at
No. 32 CHALMBRH-vTREEr. mwf Jone 28
FIR SALE LOW, A L AK GE CHURCH
ORO IN, containing thirty-five ti.ops.
A SMALL PABLOS d'GAS, containing four
Qtop?, in a hand?omo Rosewod Case. Apply at
JOBN BVKEB'd OBGAN FACIOBY, NO. 13 Van
d r onii-s reel. tc itu! th Joly 8
AUCTION EE KS, BK OKERS, AND
others wishing "tor Kale" Placards, Business
Cards, or other Jbo Printing executed with neat?
ness and dispatch, will consult their interest by leav?
ing their ordere at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
149 Eail Bay.
FOR SALE, OLD NEWSPAPERS IN
any qumbty. frica 73 cents per hundred.
The Cheapest wrappioz paper that can be used. Ap?
plv at tho office of TH E al K WS. March 1
BO VU I) ON S LUV ? .N'S ISLAND.-THE
Uh'AC H HODSI? i? now openel fir the ace- rn
moditlon of Boarders, either permanent or transient,
ample accommodation for Picnic and Maroon Par?
ties, i ar nave. In anendince at Wharf.
July 2 12* W T. MoUONAI.D, Proprietor.
REMOVAL_STRAUSS it VANCE
have remove! to the Siore No. 149 MEETING
STREET oppo-ite the Charleston Hotel, formerly
occupied by Messrs. Dewing, Thaye. ft Co . where
r- ey are offering a large and complete assortment of
DRY and FANCY GOODS. Imo July 5
_fOSt OD?) /0BB0.
STOLEN, PKOltt MRS. LEV1CY SMOKE,
in CollotoQ County, two mi es Irom Walterboro',
on the night of the 10th April hst, her only MARE.
1 he Mare is black, and rather low for her length,
but well bant; her body long;'both tot? f et and
one bind foot are white, and branded OD tho shoul?
der S. ri The Mare was followed fifteen mile.- ahove
Walfrboro' in the direction ot Bart. well. A wtine
wau wa* riding her. MM. ntnoke could not hive
the thief lollowod for want of means, and her little
crop mu*- be ios' with nit belo. Auy information
restive to ihe Mare will be thankfully received. Di?
rect to tit*. L. hllOeCE. Walterboro'. Colleen Coun?
ty- May 21
HIGH SCHOOL ??K t'IMtLEVION.
The Exercls s oftht.-i institution will be re
?u.iied on WEDNESDAY. 15lb July. ThorougU i.i
rituctn n given -a utin, '-reek, French Weitnau
Mathematics, und th : higher oraucbes of English.
'Terms ol tuition, (12 per quarter, pay a h.c in ad?
vance. No extra cuarge for French, German, or
U. KING? ?N, A M., Principal.
V. C. DIBBLE, A. E.. hirst assUMut
H. P. FfcUG.\8, A. M , French Master.
W. A. A. DAAS, German Master.
July 10 5
CE op a ri a tra 1) ip Uotirr.
PAKTNBRSH1P VOILE - THE UN?
DERSIGNED have IHIB DAI lonna 1 a co-part?
nership under the firm nam- ot Wlv & co., tor the
pur ose of earning on a OOtTOS FACIOKAGE
AND GENERAL COMMISSION BU>INtSd.
E J WI NS,
N, H. VALENTINE.
Charleston, Joly 1st, 1H69. 8 Jnly (
ptssDintios of Copartncrsntp.
NOTICE.-BK, UKO. W CtuA'iK Ka
TIRE* from tbo mercantile fir u of GEO. W.
i '. \ UK ft i O., in this city, fro a Uti ls. inst. Ibo
Brm'a name *ill be continued and used by either
partner tor closing up tbe huaiuesa
GEO. W OLA tK ft O.,
No. 138 Eau Bay-.treet,
Charleston, S. C., July 3,1869.
July Q 6
OB AN G K LODGK, No. 1*, A. F. M.
TUB REGULAR COM MUNICA HON" OF ORANGE
LODGE, No. 14, will oe hold et Masonic H til
IBU EVENINO, st Eight o'clock precisely.
Candidates ior E A. Degree ?Ul be punctual.
Joly |2_TbOMAS M. BEE, Secrotaiy.
GKKMAN FUSILIER SOCIICTY.
AMEETING OP TBS BOOIE TY WILL BE
held at Juosbiuth's Wall, Tus EVKHOVO, at
hittM o'clock. Member* are requested to attend,
asan election tor officers will he held, and rules in
regard to arrears strictly enforced.
JOHN A. BLUM.
THE FRENCH PKO TESTAM CHURCH
OF CHARLES ION.
THE SEMI-ANNUAL MEETING OF THE COB
PORA HON will be held at the Chnrch THIS
SFTFSNOOir 12:h mitant, at Six o'clock.
A fall at ten lance is particularly desired.
DANIEL RAVENKL. Jr.,
CAROLINA BASE BALL. CLUB.
ATTEND THE ANNUAL MEETING OF TOUR
Club at Vigilant Hall. THIS LVENISO-, at Eight
o'clock uiecise.y. By order.
July 12 R. F. 1 UPPER, Secretary.
OF ALL DENOMINATIONS FOR SALE BY
J. L. HONOUR, Insurance agent,
Corner East Bay and 1 xchange-street,
July 12 1 Next south of Old eostofflce.
Jg A It K K R 5 ,
STOCK AND EXCHANGE BBOKEB9 AND MER?
CHANTS, withing Checks, Blanks, Letter Heads, ar
Job Printing of any description, an get then* orders
nlled promptly and in the neatest style, at cheap
rates, by applying at THE NEWS JOB OFFICE, No.
li? East Bay.
_jhrq i&oflbs, (Etc.
A TTKN TION t DRY GOODS BUYERS.
A FINE AND LARGE STOCK OP
DRY AND FANCY GOODS,
WE WTLL, PREVIOUS TO TAKING STOCK,
reduce many of our Goods tn
ONE-HALF THEIR VALUE,
which should not be lost sight of by those in need of
articles in our line.
FURCHGOTT & BRO.,
SOUTHWEST COBNEB KING ft CALHOUN 8TS.
Boots, Shoes, Hats and Tranks,
FOR SALK LOW.
May 3 3mos
J. R. READ & CO.
HAVE JUST OPENED A DESIRABLE LOT OF
At 25 cents per yard.
CH MOE JAPANS-E CLOTHS at 30 and AO cents
French Otgan.-lies, at SJ cents, reduced lrom 75
cents and SI.
BLACK DRESS GOODS,
BLACK DB ESS GOODS IN VARIETY.
HERNANIS. Bareges, Crape Maretz, Tamise Cloth,
8-4 BLACK GOODS, suitable for Shawls, Talmas,
J. R. READ tS CO.
GLOTES! GLOFES !
SUPER WBITETAFFETA GLOVES
Super Black Taffeta Gloves
Suuer Colored Taffeta Gloves
White and Colored Ll-le Gloves
Children's Gloves In variety.
LADIES' WHITE COTTON STOCKINGS
Men's Half Hose, in best English manufacture.
DRESS TRIMMING'. MOSQUITO BOBBINET
and Gauze, Cambric and Swiss Fulling, Linen Sets.
A tull as-ortmeot of SWISS, CAMBRIC and NAIN?
SOOK TRIMMINGS, j at-t received.
J. R. READ dc CO.
BLACK LACE POINTS,
WHITE LACE POINTS
Sewing Silk shawls
Summer Grenadine shawls
Black and White Barege shawls
Black Slut Coverings.
OT HEB STYLES OF COVEBING3, now offering
at reduced prices.
J. R. RE AD & CO.,
No. ?63 KINO-STREET,
Apiil 12 mwOmos Opposite Hascl.
/?ti(i) (Coote, (Ctr.
fj\ O THE L A D I E J* .
WE WOULD BESPECTFULLY STATE, OUB
many years' experience' In the manufacture ot
ORNAMENTAL HAIR WORK enable us to offer
to our customers the nnest assortment of every ar?
ticle required in our Une, from the small FBIZZES
lo the full Win, embracing braids or switches, coi In,
Waterfalls, Cushions, Crimpt Hair, Bands, Curls,
TOR TOI -E-S HELL DRESSING. TUCK, SIDE AND
Jt AN cY COMBd, and COMRS of every other class.
To tho Gentlemen.
WE CAN FURNISH WIGS, TOUPEES, WBIS
KEHS, MUSTACHES, IMPERIALS, ftc.
To Dur Customers Generally.
THE FINEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH PER FU?
JI ELY. -OAP.-., POMADKS, HAIR Oli>. HAIR Kfc
S'OKATfVE-, COSMETIC-, KC. from tbs most re
gpi c table houses in euch cou 'try.
On- GEM AN COLOGNES are unsu'passable.
For English and French Hair, Tooth and Nail
Brushes, Tortoishell, Banal ? and other Dressing
Co IL bs, we challenge rivalry.
Particular at ten .ion is paid to the making of Me?
mento Hair Work as BREAST TINS, EAR RINGS,
FINGER RINGS. CHARMS, Arc.
All oiders by mail will be so Ulled that the reputa?
tion of the house tor t.. e past thirty-five years shall
not suffer in our hands. Always on band a Bus as?
sortment of French Jewelry. A liberal discount to
merchants and the trade.
91. dc A. ASHTON,
No. 240 KING-STREET.
January 5 tul m CHARLESTON, S. C.
1 . ll l 31 T ll lt L V S ,
BROKER, A UCTIONEER AND COMMIS?
"ALES OF BEAL ESTATE. STOCKS. BONDS, SE
CURITIES AND PEBSONAL PROPERTY
flo. 97 O KOA A)-STREET
CH AK I.I. I' N, 8. 0.
Don. HEN ?? HCT-1, w. J. MAGRATH, Esq,
General JAMES CONN..H.R, T. B. WARING, Esq.
\ GLORIOUS CHAlf dB.
THAT ANY SICK MAN SURVIVED THH
treatment of fifty years a;o, must be cinsiierei s
proof that human beings are very hard to kill.
The lancet, calomel, cantbarldles and drastic pur?
gatives were thea the order of the day. The phy?
sician played into the hands of the apothecary, and
the unfortunate patient was drenched morning,
noon and night with prostrating medicines. We
live In a more rational and conscientious era. The
importance of sapportlng Nature in its conflict
with disease is cow understood. Complaints in
themselves weakening are no longer aggravated by
artificial depletion. They are met with TONICS
that rally the vital powers and enable them to de?
feat the enemy. Chief among these allies of Nature,
in its battles with sickness, ia
This wonderful vegetable restorative ii the sheet
anchor of the feeble and debilitated. Aa a cordial
for the aged and decrepld lt has no equal among
stomachics. As a remedy for the nervous weakness
to which the tender sex are especially subject, it is
superseding every other stimulant and nervin?.
In all climates, tropical, temperate or frigid, Its acts
as a specific In every species of disorder which un?
dermines the bodily strength and breaks down the
animal spirits. Wherever it ts introduced it be?
comes a standard article-a medicinal staple. Drug?
gists, although their profit upon it ls small, find it
absolutely necessary to keep a preparation for which
everybody Inquires, and for which nobody will
accept a substitute. It ls to-day the most popular
med lerne lu the civilized world. Extensively as it
is advertised, its beat advertisement is the beneficial
result which uniformly follow) its use. Every bottle
sold insures the safe of at least haifa doz?n more.
Unlike other stimulants it braces and fortifies the
system without exciting undue cerebral action.
The cheeiing effect whleh it produces upon the
mind is not momentary, but permanent. There ls
no subs?quent depression. It does not, as ia the
case with all other stimuli, beget a craving for ex?
citants. On the other hand, lt soothes and calmB
the nerves, combining, strange as the anomily may
seem, the qualities of a sedative and gentle anodyne
with those of a tonic and invigorant. The perfect
parity of all ita ingredients, their admirable adap?
tation to tho purposes they are intended to sub?
serve, the judicious proportions in which they are
combined, and the scientific skill with which they
are blended, render this famoui article at once the
most potent and the most harmless of all known
tonics and alteratives.
Sold by all Drv grists.
December 7 ly
(Storm's noli ?mtUnms.
SOWLANDI?OF?RDR. BIRK JlIN.Mr
?vfl 0A8KH TENNEttT'S D. .*. ALE,PINT8,8TOaTB.
OVJ 60 casks Tennent's E. L Ale, pints, glass *
18 casks Tennent's L>. s. Ale. quarts, stone
IS casas lennent's E. I Ale, quarts, glass.
- casks Jeffrey's SPARKLING ALE, pint?, stone
- casks Bass' Sparkling Ale. pints and quarts
- casks Youngers Ale. pint-, stone.
- casks BYASS' POEIEB, pints.
For sale by ?T. BANOBOFT, JB..
July 18 1_. . .No. 108 East Bay.
1 Of\(~\ BUSHELS PRIME WHITE CORN,
J.?UU lauding ex siean er Fxlcon.
For sale by ti. BUL WI MULE k CO.
July 12_ 2*
CA KEGS OF THE CELEBRATED OLD BOUGH
ejU AND HE ADI" TWIVT.
1 he abore ls a vrry superior art'ele, manufactured
from choice Henry county Leaf, and worthy the at?
tention of the trade. Received direct from the manu?
lu store and to arrive, all the VABIOUS GRADES
suited to the wants of th a trade generally.
A full assortment of 6Mt KING TOBACCO, from
the well-known factories ot Roanoke Tobacco Com?
pany, Danville. Va. ; E. T. Pi lirinton, Richmond, Vs,;
W. Duke A- Son, Durham, N. C.
Tobacco Manufacturer?' Agent,
Joly 10_2_No 181 East Bay.
EASTERN HA? ! EASTERN
QAA BALES PRIME BASTERN HAT, JUST
r)UU received from Belfast, Me. Landing ex
schooner Zeta Pst, at Palmetto Wharf.
For sate by J. A. EN SLOW k CO.,
July 10_Wo. 141 East Bay.
.1 60 per Po? lad,
John Hurkamp & Co.
OriOA BUSHELS LEIGHT HEAVY OATS,
?UUU For aale by T. J. KERB A CO.
FOB SALE, WHOLESALE AND RETAL, BT
Dr. H. BABB,
June 28 No. Isl MeeUng-strset
7AA BALES PRIME NORTH RIV RR HA?.
I UU For sale by T. J. KEBB k CO.
F Lill lt.
A f\C\ BBLS "FAMILY," "SUPER' AND
-1UU "FINE" FLOUR.
For sale by 1. J. KEBB k GO.
AT "CAHP8EB MILLS."
THE ABOVE MILLS ABE NOW IN FULL OPE?
RATION, and prepared to supply the trade
with choice NEW PA niLY FLOUB. ground of tba
best Carolina and Georgia WheaL
July 9 fmw8 JNO. CAMPSEN k 00. Q
WANTED TO PURCHASE, 10,000
Bushels CHOICE WHEAT.
July 6 mwf6 JOHN CAMPEEN A CO.
JUST RECEIVED AND FOB SALE WHOLESALE
AND RETAIL BY DB. H. BAEB, No. 181
BIRON'S TOBACCO ANTIDOTE
Bose's Cough Syrup
Schenk's Pulmonic Syrup
Schenk's Seaweed Tonio
Spears' Fran Preserving Solution
German Blood or "Kaiser" Pill-, Ac. sic.
Fleming's Worm Confections
Wright's Rejuvenating Elixir
Churchill's Syrup Hypopbosphits of Lima
Van Deusen's Worm t omettions
Hurley's Wo i m Candy
Bardotte'- Worm Sugar Drops
Schallenberger's Fever and Ague Pill?
McLsne's Liver nu-.
Linn's Vegetable Pills
Russell's Soothing Cordial tor Children Teething
Jayne's Sanative Pills
Badway'e Beady Belief
Bad way's R. Pills
Bsdway'a Beady Resolvent.
June 21 mwf
EAST INDIAN MANIOCA. A NEW, AGREEA?
BLE, moitde ici JUS and healthy food, usad
for Puddings, Jellies, Blanc Mange, Ice Creamy
Griddle Cakes, Soups, Ac , put np ia 1 ill. pack?
ages, with directions for ase. \
D eticcat-d cocoanut, for Plea, Paddings, Cakes,
Ac, pat up in half tb. packages, with directions.
Sweet Oil, French and American In half pints, pints
and q i ar ts.
Cider and White Wine Vioegir, warranted pure
Fresh Roasted Rio Coffee, of good quality, at 38o.
Just received and for sale by
CO-OPERA i IVE GROCERY STORE,
Southwest corni r Meeting and Market streets.
Grod - delivered free. May 18
grags, Cfyrmtrols. Ctr.
?\ O L O G N E ,
SUPERIOR TO TBE BEST IMPORTED CO?
LOGNE WATER, manufactured and sold wbolesals
and retail bf Dr. H. B.\?R,
June 21 No. 131 Meeting street.
jpo R THE HAIR.
AYER'S HAIR VIGOR
MONTGOMERY'S HAIR RESTORER
HALL'S SICILIAN HAIR RENEWER
CHEVALIER'S LIFE FOR THE HAIR
CHALFANT^S COCOA CREAM
EXCELSIOR HAIR TONIC
BATCHELORS HA?R DYE y
HAWLEY'S HAIR DYE
HAMBLETON^ HAIR STAIN
HAIR OILS, BANDOLINE
" COLOGNE WATER
BAY RUM, &C" 4c.
For sale by Dr. H. BA ER,
Mays_No. 131 MEETING-STREET.
p lt K s if u lt i us.
S KI BI Al'LT! di CO.'S PREPARATIONS!
IODIZED SYRUP OF B?RSE KADISH
VEGETABLE CAPSULES OF MATICO
SYRUP OP HYPOPHOSPHITE OF LIME
All fresh from Pari.-, and for sale by
Ur. II. DAER,
May 8 No 131 MEEI ING-STREET.
S A D A Ai 1 S
Purifies the Hlood.
Por Sale by Dru? g hm Everytvbere. ^