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The following poem was awarded tho prize
%r$100Uteiyofreredby tho proprietors of the
..flta/tb and Home:"
?1 <.% The Kingdom of Home.
X?rk i ?Ahe night, and a liol and di earl ry
JeaaS the wini Uko thejaarea of the sea ;
Xi ttl? care I, ?a bi re I ?lng ch eerily,
Wire at tay ?ide and my ta by or anee;
King, AT. *g. crovm me ta - K(*o;
Heme ii tte Kuna om and Love it tie King !
Hashes the firelight up Tn the dear faces,
Dearer and deort-r aa onward we go,
Torce* the ?hado* behind ns, and placet
Brightness tronad u? with warmth m the glow.
" King, King, crovn me the Kite; - . ? ?
. Hone ii Vie Kingdom and Luve ii the King I
Slaahes the loveUght. increasing the g ory.
Beaming from bright ey?s with warmth of the
Telling of trust an 1 content the sweet stoiy,
Lt?ting the sntdowa that over ns roll.
fong. Myng, covm ovr Ihr Kmg .'
... Home ii 0M Kingdom aid Zoes U the King I
jUahor than miser wi.'h perishrflgtrevux*,
? lserTed.w>th a nrnce no ccmquert eot?d bring;
9 ?PP J *BB fortune, that words cannot m eas ore,
Light-he cried 1 on the he?r?mtone can sing,
' 'King. King. cTovnmeiht King I
?fe? ??I aW Kmgd m and Lmtxt the Kxng !
WM. EAKKXN ITBTM.
XIV} BPOOI -Per t irk Mumie-188 Pot?, 214 Cor?
ers and Orena, 184 ?purera with coven; 64 COT
. er*, to J ? i B annfcWn*? Carron Castings, to
! t> B Marahall; Tf cr.Ua. 5 caaxa rSTtherrware, to
. KG WiuldenA . o ; I Hardware, to r rot t at
Adger; 1636 trundles Cotton Tiaa. to totter; 3000
hurdles tettonIlea,JOB More & Co; 31 cases
.. ?srhJnttw? to Child?, Johnson A Partner; js9S
.. SH Cotton.lit?, to Order; 3 cksea Cotton
?Sins, to B Mure * Co;-2435 haga Common Salt,
to EtTenei ft t o. '
XTVi??tPOOL- Per ahtp BO Winthrop-303 bog? 8ei
' Island Cotton. SOO baler TJplahd Cotton. 8rl sacks
,. Cotton Seed, Ska Bi ea wax. Il? tona Phosphate,
__3TT0 hbtV Rosin.
HEW Yu ti K-Pr r BteatDstrlp C bampton-99 boes i>a
toland Cotton. 114 Dales Dpiana cotton,-ne tes
Bice, 86 bbls Bevin. 80 tes Clay, 711 sacks Wheat.
117 bale* lam, 180 Empty Barrel?, aus packages
!' Pratt mn., Vegetables - -
BALTIMORE-Per teni. E t Pahner-106,000 feet
* ' ' Flu's Lumber.
A: . .?..?:< . sq stTuii (?.? ?.-u < !"?
. .' Marketa by Telegraph
.>'*f* ~ rXlRSlOS MABJOCTS.
_ +''imim, Juli 10 ItoW-CtooJg 93)?'. Bonds
.juieta! 81),'.- ?.?.: ?lii
.' ' LirrnpOOL,' Joly 19- Soon.-Cotton a abade
i JtHa-iljig, ?Cotton acttTe; nphndp 13#d; ?rltana
33**; ?als* 13,000 bale?.
Bl .uri os)?3 ! ^BoMa^jMAWpr?.; J f :
/'J?nw Vosa, Jniy 10-Hoon.-Stocks unsettled,
wi th * tend ency to lower prices. Gold 35 J?' Flour
?ult and 5*I0J lower. Wheat la?c lower. Com
trteadyw: Fork d oil, new 832. Cotton dull. Freights
d*fc?- - .
. (.'Sreoie*-Moue j doses easy and in good supply
ttlP.-fftw^i'tX'^ <*<?d Arm at 36;,'. G ot tra?
?nent stocks firm and high er. Cotton opened duli,
not oletfd taawr; taloa 875 hales at MtfaSiKc.
JlouYTVssj ictre ; iuperflne ^Ute 16 S*aS* f6; extra
I 50e7 60. " Wheat Isle lower. Com doted
iS^kdWjlg?? Vbt?ej finner at f 1 02al 07.
York fl" ma, new $33*33 30. Lard quiet, kettle 19*
aO?*?. Fretehts firmer,
! BaxjTTiorian. Jrjjy ic -Cotton une-han ged. Flour
. JplsB, ?nd thesesxttty resfales bu-inesa. Wlieai is
new red 81 Sdal 00 Oom Brm er, while
l?t; yellow,86.97a. Cwiaflrnt atTfttftc/
CmcTKSiTi, july io.-Whiakey advanced to .96?;
>?a higher Pork held at 833. shoulders 14c;
*^wW 18c Lard dull; I8)ic offered.
~' S?a*unW?Jy ID.-Pork 13336. Shoulders 14c;
t^jftWwf^SfcW* 10-^Frorlafono .rm. Mots pork
u He -, olear shioa lb^o. lard
^*.-ii.->i<r rn? . .:. ni
frVtliuiW l?-Scirita lurpenrire steady |
?k MP i B?tlk quitt at tl 65i6 Cmdo tarpfBtifie
Trfaiajrod.'- T?r ?a The weather la dear and
Mk- ike tktxmameler 8? ?egms, with a.light wind
" Tory ie-Cotton, market doll and
: bolder? atfting Sltfc; nottlag cofaig; re
?-L%JcfM*n\ ?ty ie. - Ootfoo, narked dull and in
aotlv*'.ftrwanLcf.offering sto<k; middling ?i<cj
laaagUi jiatatilj "iin?pri ^.j^;-je^n^j^w
^k;7uryl0.-fo?on duQ and nommai; re?
' Nxw OTtLXAtx, Joly ie.-Cotton, nomlnaDy un.
ehtxjcod"/ "?? toAsr; reseifte 96t bales; erpiTi? 3110
/ft^ .x^W ?SX. BUkar firm, common .lS^c;
Trim* 16 Ve. At ol asset, choice rt rm ea tin? ?Oe?*-.
.TrrniSS .. . : ^ tl vii.
!_fpnolMf K?sdttii ?al, HMM BauJrcu,
.FFlCk OT TBX, CBAhLlitao.N DAILY BKWH.)
unanxajiMB. ?ature? tvemng. Joly 10. ]
" Ooncnc-The ?rdele wat dull and prices were
withooi ?rmcet?; taloa lu baloo, tia: ll at S3; 67at
tH^i- Wo craotsu-- . j ( . _ ; \
By Hew Vokk ois?aifloa?cTi we quote :
P^-^be ntarkei wai steady ; ?aloa about SOO
."Harem moat of Which wat told the day before, tay:
SM twee? tt 6V; 69 at 7*; 70 at VA; 17 at gc ? ft
Bo? taxa Mar axe t.
BOSTON? Joly 8.-' orrra-i he demand for thia
?a?gB ?Uir^aAA tad aaJea'coafiaoA to ?m*li
Jots of Java at 34 34MORO1O; sxnsapore Java at 21 vo
?old; and BkVat H&?Stm s tnxrrenry- as to qa?U
tflW?a+e**t Diiattncohave boen shaped t*>*Bt
6 TOTTOjr1-Tbere li a Tery firm feebeg for cotton,
and priesa continue to be weh rusta h. ed on recount
ex the pmall supply in the country 1 be sales have
keen at UaVrfftirorOlniry; 80%a8lc tor good mdi
n*jy ; 83??84C Tor ? w ; middimy.-and StXa&S ors tor
saldo ling, mcludUL? upi md? and Guir. In tonie m
ntancea small lota of Strict' gradea of middling have
r> en-aw ?or ah >d nnre n n tbeserpri ces, a?n he ttock
?rf the better "qualit?? ls very amaTL' 'Th ?tales of
tho week bddtbrtn'wDOO baloo r Reeeipta btv? been
finr, the most ot whUh goes direct to manufacturera.
v r^catnaxic*- he demand tor co.too tnd woollen
4o^ittr?;.X| q Ute du^itrd toe p?st week and no
5 rtiesTcf arty Tm por Lance. 'Prices ot vJOMOBN aro firm,
and with twt^4?rBMWd east of xuanniactu e, a fur
(her advadcVrnTOn?d'fair In woollens very lit le do?
ing Ut tte ifidttt at firm at 'tbs lew pricee ? revi.
?iivxxstoaEs- Spirits turpentine has becD"quiet.
.nd Ww sales hare been in ?nail lots at 4oMo "per
^jjaOafJi lat luatu nj aa of HW hhlt Hir3at83 7""?
"?6fi bala jaie at $6; anti small lots do at 16 60 iee
fehL tfTfKh small tal es'at 13 60a3 76 uer nhl
. Eica- here have been aales of 3v0 bbla and casks
Oj^^jS,**^ .. ??ci ?mal lots of Bangocnut
FAVANNAH July 8-inn Cnops- Informa.ion
drem mo*t ree iom> of tba cotton grow ng regions atv
? ?of a prom! ?nu? e arscter I he heavy and continued
' ram? oftbe root few days have not, np to this lime
injured tho cotton plant to any extent, although at
one tim.'te*i s were ? n enaiued in coi H, quenco of
the 'nd.i atioDs o a ionunnance oi tbese rains. The
-we? tu er lt becoming mere settled, and promise?
noon to ba Orv ana bot
Taut Manawr -The frqairy for the staple daring
.-theoatt wee?.ha? been ti ent?rate, the demand oeing
"si Hf ?ly for Kor bera ahpmo.it?. Whenw* Isoket
Ahe t xtreali ly rman aioca offering tor sale, and the
oom?, kui upward ten Of cy m pnce?, we cannot won?
der at .ha small business doing. Mill, bny rs bow
-ft ol?notation io operate ?htnever a ?mail Darkan
nrtsfsn?V^t.f We quote: Livsipool middling, ?3;
low mi ri Lug 3 ; good ordinaiy 30.
Sxa ISLAJID -A revival u tn? oem .n l has resulted
? data - ?ai. i f .bom 60 bags at rather lither price?,
ranging fr? nt 60. to ISc, acrordiiur to q Milty lhe
nrnold rtoc. n-no ie?g thin ?200 baits, and uone of
jit Ison the mark- ;
1 he re^eip a at ihta port since July 3<1 amount to
ena bale? nplai d i f ?hici. CM b?iea were rt cetved
?prr C. B. R , 38 bales per A. * O B. K , arc 6 bal? B
ser ?teamer wai from sui-n-ta. lhe exports lor
the tame tim- hav?-1>, en ?(97 bales upland, an t 386
tMgs tea island, or which 714 b >l a noland and 1?3
ftase ?ea ia) nu ?er- ttii, pto toNew?ork. 18*0 bates
2?hBO and 115 rxgs ?ea Island were ?hlrued to
mp j doL *r
?ion-Very'lull, and strrk sma 1, with tn? Mt le
dtm d ?n<i tint roi'fln- d io reUil trade. Clean
?common to prime 7a8c n 'mi nally ; inter,or r uah
SI 26?1 50; sra . oatt ?1 60a 1 75 per bash? L Sto.kot
?lean rice at present in the ? ny 151 derces.
. .* Georgetown Mar tte t,
OFOBOK'i uvf . July 0 -Corrow -No sales this
-Week. We qnotri from -?6 (.> 37 c n.agjtr p ned.
tc?*-Prim wbfe cora $120 j ut bnshel. with
JU npwsidte. dencv.
Tu***.- Bt onpts - sticks Sales - ?ticks ord!
?ary a.,d fair mill timber at 8 to 14 cents. Market
IsNkiog ' P and prospect oi increased demand for
Jan*, lone Hu ??r. m
ItmPEwrnta - V rgfo dip tS 30; yellow dtp $3 66;
.merope or hs d SI 75 per bbl of 380 pounds to the
X*?-Per barrtl, rut ir; $3. .
Interior Cotton Market*.
MONTGOMERY, July 9.-Montgomery cotton
market is quiet; demaud modera.e; Tow middlings
COLUMBIA, Joly ia-The cotton market has
been almost entirely bare dm lng the past week; a
good quality of middllug would bring 31c. however.
OKiNQbBURG, july 9-Cotton Sn fair demasd
with little offering, bales for the week 25 bales. We
quote : Ordinary C7>i ; low middling 28 )i ; middbng
MACON, July 9 -Tb er? were 21 bales received, to?
day-none sold-no Shipments, lhere is no de?
mand, and no cotton offering. Middlings are quot?
ed at ?lc. Ibe stock on hand amounts to 296 bales.
Consignees per somtia casolaua Maurona
. 93 bales Cotton, 21 bales Domestics, 98 bbls Naval
Stores, 1 car Lumber, 2 cars Wood. To Railroad
Agent, B Bischoff A Co, G Foll?n, O Litsehgi, Gold?
smith A: Son, H D Money, Ctaghora, Berring A Co,
Dewie A U?tae, Pete er, Rodgers A Co, Kinsman A
Howell, Bart A Wirth.
ConslKnees per North-eastern Ka? Uro std
i 4 bales: Cotton. 100 bushel* Bice, 455 bbl? Naval
Storea, cars Lumber, cars ttock. looacco. Mdse Ac.
To J -usrsball. Jr, W K Ryan, .Kinsman A Howell.
W M Bird A co, s D Stoney, JV Bordea, Q Fouls,
s hacke ii ord At Keliy, Graber A Knuth, s B Bussell,
J Cosgrove, D H F il cox, J F Walker. G W Williams
At co, Bart A Co, J Wiley * Co, B G Cbisohn, F Ma
zysk, ? Walsh, a F Bimmens, OTC er and Railroad
Ag?nt, .1 'i :
... . P?asem*er? y
Per steamahip Champion, tor New York-L Hoff
nm 8 Quinn, J J a Ickucl, J Martland. O E Good?
rich, Mrs Beman and chftd, Mis? ti Parker, E F
Guim, Mis- C Kavanangl, Miss A t Bobette*. D F
Fie min*, Miss BFiends*, H J Dcniphan, JD A Men?
sing, N Bear, L Frank, ll tas lesley, Miss J A Pep?
per, F nipper and wi e. H sa A Gre*n, M lus C Car?
ter, W Gilmore Bunin*, Mrs W H Jackson, W D Wal?
ters and lady, J B Warren, X W eheiboer, J J Wena,
Miss himrns, H B Crosby, Major J G White, J M
Gardiner, & O Quigter. J Hughes, L Devada, Mrs
Hicks and fsxaily. Mus Gera! tn ey, fr tas ?. yatt, Miss
M F Opdyke, Mrs Terry and two children, W O Whll
den. A Johnson, and 69 deck. i-v ??
Per eteaxoshtp Magnolia, from New Tart-Miss
Frank Feck, Miss Juna Bodman, Mrs Robt Laper,
Mrs O M Beard and two children, R M Lawton, lady'
and two children. Captain LA Allen, L Mill r, i L.
Parse. J E Rood, John Hoffma >, M Job, P Moran,
tdw Ra ve eel, J ot Jonas Pringle, Henry Hoffman,
and 5 steerage.
Per ateaitnabtp Falcas, from Baltimore-S J
White, James Patrick, Wm Magrath, A H Owen. H C
eery, J H Ladean, O H West, J B Baker, Manne e
McGuire, Mary Tunmeaaar, Jane limmsnxar, J W
[ Diana?. Angaston tfituh. . - - .
Per steamer Dictator,- lrom Palstka, via Jack son -
ville, Fernudnsaantt B?yaon*a.~Msj Worth, W Mc?
Kenzie. 6' na tor Gilbert Col B 0 Gilbert, H Clark C
O Reynolds, Mlaa tallie McBea, Misa Ente Acosta,
Mies L Acosta,'Kev Chas G bouse, Y .'abi?e* and rwo
servantK John Hansom. Chas Alien. Mrs EJE Heel?
er, Mrs N C Wise, B i cestro, J (?ante, A Anchor,
Ma k, John Ostendort, J M > urtis, P A Wallace, Juo
Monrof ;p A Walsh, Misa MeUarb-x. Mrs Cook and
dauzbier. Oes W H Hunt and daughter, Mrs Dozier,
two children and servant, 1 Beattie, Miss Bout, F i
Bussell. 3 Lara and lady, and five rbtld en and ser?
vant. "LP palomino, J ban chez and 15 on deck.
fort oi^Cfcarleatori. July 12.
PORT OAA-JGN UAH
rsa zs or nit KOOK. '
Last Quarter, 1st, 7 hours, 2T xcisstts, event cg.
New Moon, 9th, 8 hours, 14 minutes morning.
First Quarter. 19th, 1 boor. 18 minuteB, morning.
Full Moon. 23d. 8 bourn,' 84 minutes, momma.
Last Quarter. 31st. ll hrr-jr, 46 minuter, morning
?! ,mJ arra
a?^*TOTjBnnts. I ans.J
Steazaship Falcon, Horsey. Baltimore-left - in?
stant. Mdse, 1 o Mordecai A Co, Courtenay A Tres?
ham), Houses A Calder, J D Alkes A Co, H Bulwin
kle A Co. Muller, Nimitz A ' o, H Bischoff A Co, Q J
Lunn, Jeffords A Co. Clacius A Witts. J li Graver A
Co. H avenel A Holmes, wc Dukes A Co. J N Rob
soo, OstrndorO A to, b Ellas, Do wis A Moise, JA
Bnslow A On, J C Ogeman. C W Wicking, H Cobla A
Co. John Marshall, W H Cbafee A Co. J F O'Neill A
eena J a rook * Co. Wm M Bird ? Co. Doux Lasa A
Miller, ctol],Webb A Co, BFeldmsan 4 Co, B O'Neill,
B H Kellers, 3 A Quac tent nib. KB CowfcerrtbWut.
B Statte A Co, bhackerford si Kelly. BCElt ARI-BL
N K B B Agent, Nitzahn A Borger, F C Borner,
Kline L-, Wicken be rf A Co, George W steffess, W S
Webb. Blecke A chachte B M btrobel, J W Denny,
Cameron, Hartley A Coi Palmetto < o-operative Asao
I dation, I aurey A alexander. Passed, 2C. miles to
nerVaward prying Pan > boals 9th inst, the steam?
ship bea Gu l for Baltimore.
Steamship Magnolia, CroweO, New York-left Wed
I net-da*. P M. lias*;' lo Ravenel A Ca, Adams Ex?
press, J D Aiken sr Co, Andrews A Co. 0 D ?hren?,
Bissell A Bro, A 0 Blunt, H Bischoff A Co, T M Bri
toi, B M Butler. W D Burkett. H Bul win kel A Co, E
Bates A Co W H Chafe? A Co, W b Corwin A Co, !
M Oater, RA A P Caldwell. ,1 oben. Bancal* A Co, J
OA Co, ''ameroo, Barkley A Co, J o HClaussen,
Crane, Boy Mon A Co, Denny A Perry, Do wie &
Moise. F En te lnian, D F Fleming, Forsytbe, Mc
Com" A Co, diamond F. J Fer usos. Furchgott *
Bro, 3 B Graver, C Goldstern, J Gouikop. H uerdts
A Co, Goodrich, Wioesias A Ce. Hart A Co, Holmes
( A Calder, J W Harrisson, Holmes'More, O X John
son, Jeffords A Co. Jennings Ihomlinaon A Co,
Johnston, Crows A Co. Kreite A C"apa an, Kliock,
Wickenbtrg A Co, H Knute A Co, Knox, Daly A Co.1
C Kerrison, Laurey A alexander, 0 Lib en thal A co,
nae A Weiss.'J G Manor A Or, Mantons A Co, P
Whuer.MoLoy A Bloe, Wm HAlU?esaes, B O'Neill,
J M Ostendorff D O'Neill A Bon. l> Paul 4 Co, O F
Panknm, Pain efo Pioneer Co*j>ernUTe Aaoodatoon,
Biecke A Schichte, JRP BaveneJ, JR, J 8 Hchir
noer. J I bernie, Veymoar * Co, A r ecksndorff, G W
ht? ffena L t-cbneli, D H s?rox. Shae tsliord A KeBy,
6toll. Webb A Co, Whitemore A Co, Wagner A Mon
sees Walker, Evans A cc? s wei), Werner A Ducker,
Railroad A gea t and Order.
behr Aim d Deas, lrom West Point Mill. 90 tea
Baos. To Coben. Hanrkel A Ca
H teamer Dictator, McNelty. palatka via Jackson?
ville, Fernandina, and savannah. Mdse. To J D
Aiken A Co, Boper A M on ry. Kirk pat: lek k Witte, J
Levershon, Moffett A Wharton, Jeffords * Co, Lau?
roy A Al zander, Colonel H beabrook, 1 Knee, Mrs
Coben. Mrs Herman, C T W Bischoff, and others.
steamer t-amson,-, from Sa van uah, Ga. To
John Ferguson. -
British bark Fame?. Cleverley. Cape de Verde-IS
day?. Ballast. To B Mure A Co. (previously report?
ed at Quarantine,)
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York-James
Adger A Co.
Ship B v Winthrop, Stewart, Liverpool-Patterson A
Sehr E J Palmer, Smoot, Baltimore- West A Jones.
Steamship Champion, Lockwood, New York.
Ship R C Winthrop. Stewart, tverpooL
Bri? H u Brooks, Briggs, Boston,
bebri D Wilder, Heather, Providence, B I.
Cleared for this fort.
Steamship Prometheus, Gray, at Philadelphia, July
Vp for tb ls Port.
Behr Myrover, Brown, at New York, July 8.
Krona thu fort.
Ship Richard UL Wood. Wlscaseet, Joly 6.
PORT OF GEORGEIOWN, S. C., JULY 6.
Britt Amelia Emma, Car lip, tor Pearsport, Me.
behr Martha Maria, Dean, tor Boston.
Tbe f cbr J M Richards, Irving, cleared at New
York July 8th, for Georgetown, S C.
?Sttipnews bj ? e wtrapij.
PAVAPNAB, Jnly 19.-Arr ved, the John Barberand
Vireo, irom New York. >aiie<i. tbe America, for Bal?
timore; -au ba'vador, for New ? .rt ; Tonawanda,
for Philadelphia; tbe ?hlo Alfred, lor Liverpool; the
brig Adelaide, fur Charleston ; and the'Tangier, for
LIST OK Vt?!t?KtiS
Cf. CLEARED Alfi* SAILED FOR i IMS P?.HxT
Tbe Hannah Lizzie, Ferguson, cleared.May 20
The Vince, Halli .ay, np.Jone 12
Ssbr Velocity, Pinkbam. sailet .June 15
Brig H W McGUvery, Mutts, cleared.Jnly 1
Brig Ran pden. Perkins, up.June 30
Sch. Mvruver, Brown, up.Jnly 1
Behr Wm L >) rings. Halsey, cleared.Jnly 6
Behr Myrover, B own, up.July 8
Steamship Prometheus, i-ray, cleared.July 8
Sehr sarah Cn len, Avis, np.July 1
JAMES K-NOX.JOHN QILL
jT? MOX?* GIL. Ii,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
Fm, 125 SUIIB'S WHARF, BALTIMORE,
OONMGNMEN'ISOF CO1T0N, BICK, Aa. BB
fl EI'TFULLY solicited, an I liberal advances made
ttetfon. Orders for CORN a?d BaCON promotlr
exeonted with care and attention. snaoi May lb
frags, (EbrMcals, Cte.
rjH) REMOVE GREASE SPOTS.
USS TAB DOUBLE DISTILLED
Prepared, end lor eale, wholesale and retail, by
DB. H. BARB,
Hay 25 No. 131 Meating-street
BATH TU WORMS!
FLEMING'S WORM CONFECTIONS,
The Beat In. Use.
They are made of .. Santonin e," and contain no
Bead what one of the most diMlngnlghed physi?
cians of Richmond, Va., says about tb? Losen gee :
I haye long need )-antonius, tbe sc ti ve prtnerph* of J
European Woim-8eed, ai an effectual remedy for
j Worms in chiIJres'. Mr. Warner L.. Fleming pre
I Bares* a Lozenge -composed of lt. which ll a very
pleasant sud palatable r-rm in which to administer
ft to children, and which may be relied on a? prcp
?riy prepared. . O. F. M A NS ON, ll. D.
For aale by i.
DR. E. BABB. Wholesale Agent,
June 21 ' So. 131 Meeting-street,
timi RECEIVED AND FOR HALE
WHOLESALE AND REI AIL
CARBONATE OF AMMONIA
CREAM OF TARTAR
H. BAER, -Druggist,
No. 181 MEETING-STREET.
TT\ H E BBS T^I !? USE,
LINN'S VEGETABLE PILLS,
PO* BALE BT ALL MBOOSRS, AMT) BT
W. T. LINN, Druggist,
? Corner of Coming and Cannon streets.
June ll imo?
EKG'Sl .MTEKSAL RUSSIAN
THIS VALUABLE BEMEOy BAS EFFECTED
innumerable cures, and has gained for its. li a great
reputation. "J he discoverer of this Salve has applfcd
?twitb eminent success in thousands of eases dar?
ing the Crimean War. and has cured dangerous
wounds, in maur cas?s considered mortal.
MR. E. BEBO is i be so e possessor o? thc valuable
secret of mai mc this alf; from ? is exp?rience, in
using it in Europe and the success attending its ap?
plication there, be has been induced to introduce it
into tbe Uuited states (T iJil.Ib.VEs PA IN I
Jho-e ?ho have Wen; da. Bruises Cuts of all
J "rinds, ot 5'res. ?iion?. Scratches Musquito Bites.
Ufgm .Bitten Joints, hore Lt s Chliblst a Children's
' > cor bu. ic corupl ainu on Bead and Fa ,e,are nm
bured. It bas proved t great advantage to ladies,
and is peculiarly adapted for ?athered breast?, i ore
legs, Ac. tb rough confinement, and other canses
It acts like magic In removing Boils Pimples, and
Cutaneous Diseates, and bas been suoce-sfoliy
used for corns. Bunions and Sore Throat, bv apply?
ing external y. ever; t von i g before going to bed.
For sale by ?ll druggists Price 350.. Wc,, and tl
per Jar. crace, N il MO B iwexy, N. Y. None genuine
unlcfs countersigned t. BEBO'? OMVEKHAL BUL?
MAN BEALING bsLVE, No 2(0 Bowery. New
Tork._Btnth ly_July 3
Jj it , O . s. P R 'i P HI ii" s
CONSISTTNa OF HIS C PT .KB BA TED
ANODYNE PAIN KILL IT,
ANTI-BILIOUS PILLS, AGUE PILLS,
Dysentery Cordial, Female Tonic
rE 'FJTC?LLENT REMEDIES OF O. S. PBO
PH?TT", M. D.. need no recommendation
tbetr well known power In removng the diseases pe
cull ar to ocr Son; bern climate having already estab?
lished tor them an eitiable reputation m Oeorgia
and thaadjoinpiff s?tates. Aa the majority ot persons
Jiving In tb? South are predi'po-ed tb dfease of the
Liver, rt ls granted by all intelligent -physicians that
most of tbe pains and aches o' our people are due
to organic or innctiuat derangement of that impor?
tant organ. Prophlrt'e Liver Medicine and AUB
I Bffloru Pills strike directly at tbe root of the evil
Th?S cure tbe Liver, which in nine caaes out of en,
is, st tbe bottom of the Coughs, Dyspepsia, colic,
Sick- Headache. Rheumatism, constipation, Men?
strual Obstructions, Ac, so common antoni; our
people Earache, Toothache, Acute Rheumatism.
Neuralgia and bodily pains of every kind flee before
PliOPHlTT S PAIN KILL LT
nke chaff before, the wind.
PHOPHITT's LIVER MEDICINE.
Dr. PropkiU-Having used this medicine suffi?
ciently lon* to test its virtue, i nd to satisfy my own
mind Ont ttl* an Invaluable remedy for Dyspepsia
-a disease from which the writer bas suffered much
for alz years-and being persuaded tbat hundreds
who now suffer from this annoying complaint would
be signally benefltted, as he has been, by its use, ?e
'deem lt a duty we owe to this unfortunate class to
recommend to them the use of this remedy which
has given not arny himself but several members of
rds family tbe greatest relief.
M. W. ARNOLD.
Of the Oeorgia Conference.
DOOLY Corr?TV, QA , April, 1807.
Thia is to certify tbst I was conn ned to >be heure,
and most of the ame to my bed, and suffering the
greatest agony imaginable with Rheumatism, for
.ve months, and after trying every available reme?
dy, with no relief, I waa cured with two bottles of
Dr. O. 8. Prophlu's Anodyne Pam Kill It, each cost
ins tfty oems only; it rebe ?ed me almost instantly.
I therefore recommend it m the bigbest degree to
others suffering from similar dise se. I can say
that it is one ol the best family medicines now out,
certain. Tours truly, W. A. FOREHAND.
CovmoTOB, GA-, July 9,1S67.
Dr. ProphiL- Haying used your Liver Medicine
for mere than a year in my family, l cheerfully re?
commend lt to all persons suffering from Liver af?
fections, Dyspepsia or Indication in any form. I
also recommend your Dysentery Cordial as tbe best
remedy tor that disease O. T. ROGER?.
BTABTOBbTILLE, PUTHAM COTJKTT. Oct 1, 1S67.
Dr. O. 3. Prvphxtt-Dear Slr-Ibis is to certify
that I have used your Ague Pi Us for the last ten
ye.rs, and 1 bave never failed to cure .he Ague in a
single instance with them. They al wtya break the
chills the first day that they are given I can recom?
mend them as heine tbe .icet ague medicine that 1
have ev ?r found, and tiley leave no bad effects follow?
ing them, as Quinine. Ac.
Yours respectfully. A. WESTBROOK.
PUTNAM Comm. GA. September 22,18?*.
Dr. O. S. Propftitt-.-lr-I have used for the laat
two years in my family you Liver Medirme, your
Pain Kill lt, and yon Female Toi ic, and I bave no
feats in saying that they are tbebest medicines I have
ever used for the Liver and stomach Neara g c and
Rheumatic afflictions. Headache, Colic, and pains ol
every kind are subdued by them. After using tbe
medicines so long, I cheerfully recommend (bern to
at.y abd every one, and io all that are afflicted, as the
bebt and safest remedies for all tbe diseases for
wbich ?hey are recommended, Ac
Yours respectfully, JAMES WRIGHT.
lill PROPUITT'S FE.M A LE TONIC.
This Medicine, witt) its associates, ls a safe nod
ceitaln remedy tor ail curable diseases to wbicb Fe?
males alone are liable, rt ls ai*o an excellent pre?
ventative of Nervous Blinoner*, or Nervous Dis?
eases in eitaer male or ie ? ale It is a powerful Ner?
vine Tonic, setting up a full and tree cir. ulation
throughout the ersicm.
Ail of the above Medicine? sold by Pru cpi sU and
Merchants generally hroughout the -outhweA.
BD. S. BlTt.MIA.il,
Wbolesalc aud Retail Agent,
No. 121 King-street, (near Calhoun,)
Cbarlemon, S. C.
Prepared only by DB O. S. PBOPHTIT.
April 16 stuthCmos rovinuton. tia.
5 ROSAD ALIS.
GOODRICH. WIWBWAN & CO..
Direct Importers nf European Orara and Ohetnicila,
May 8 etuthlyr CBARLESTON, S. C.
gtng^ gi)fm?olst ?c.
? F . F A N Iv N I N? ,
CHEMIST AND APOTHECARY,
No. 133 Meeting-street,
CHARLESTON, 9 . C,
JJi.P#BTix? ANS BEA LEK IN
ttat?MMB CABSTOLLX AT
ALL BOOBS OF TBB BAY AND WOBT,
GRADUATES IN PHARMACY.
Pp on this branch of the bannen-, the ?tajos?
PBB BOKAL care and attention ia bestowed, and tbe
PT/RITY of the
Used In compounding ia GUARANTEED.
FRESH TICHT WATER,
Of Bftr??< Importation
EACH BOTTLE OB PACEAGB BEAEDiG
THE GOVEBNMENT STAMP.
00N8RESS AND COLUMBIAN
F II KS H PR?M THE SPRINGS.
AGENT FOB THE CELEBRATED
ROCKBRIDGE ALUM SPRING
A complete assortment ol
COMBS, BRUSHfey, Ac.
GEO. TIEMANN & OO.'
OF NH TV YOliK,
SURGICA LAND DENTAL
DEFORMITIES, FRACTURES, Ac.
May 19 witt
Prngs, Ci}tmt?Ql97 (Etc.
Jg E CA KEFDL
YOU T A K K .
WHEN TOC ARK EXGIUSTED BY OVEhWOBK
of bead or hand, and feel tbe need ol something In?
vigorating, don't drink whiskey or any intoxicating
thing, whe her nnder the name of Hitters or other?
wise. >uch articles give Justa" much rtrengib to
your weary bod> and mind aa the whip gives to the
jaded horse, and no more. Alcoholic stimulants are
injurious to Nerve health, and are ALWAYS followed
byDEPBESMNU R LA Ci ION.
Budd's Nervine and IiiYigorator
ia a TON rc and GENTLE BTIHCLANT wbich Is
NOT attended by REACTION. W^at it. gains for
yon it maintains. When it refreshes body or mind,
lt refreshes wi'b natural strength that comes lo stay.
Weare not recommending teetotalism in tbe interest
of any faction; bnt long and extended observation
teaches ns that he wbo resorts to the bottle for rest
or r?cup?ration, will find, as he keeoa at it, that he
is kindling a fire in his bones' which will consume
like the flames of perdition. Turn from it. Take a
tonio that will retreat) and not destroy. DODO'S
NERVINE ls for saTe by all Drngsists. Price One
Dellar. ' See Book of Certificates that accompanies
each bottle._7moe_Jone 26
Tfc I SOU'S
Warranted lo Remove all Desire
It ia Purely Vegetable and contains
The following is one of thousands of testimon?ala
that are daily received by the Manufacturer:
BlcnwiWD VA-, November 28. 1668.
. DXAB sra-The "Tobacco Antidote" prepared by
yon socoro i ne to the leceipt yon hare submitted to
me, and the ingredients ot wblcb I haye examined,
is purely vegefab'e, entirety bar mles?, and contains
nothing in the least inj niions. It ia not disagreeable
to the taste., ?nd ana home arl irle, I hope yon will
meet with ready sslc lor lt, and I believe that if the
directions are tollo wed, it will do all yen rbbned tor
it JOBN DOVE, M. D.
MJg- Price CO cents pfr BOT. The usual discount
to ihe Trade.
. For sale by
Dr. H. BAEE,
WHOLESALE AGENT FOB SOUTH CAROLINA.
I KE POP!
THE ONLY CERTAIN
BEB M ETI CALLY
sealed and warranted to
keop fresh for aP rime-,
tbe greatest dis -overy
I of ita kind In th? age we
live tn. No reran need
be troubled with BATS,
MICE, BED BOGS or
ROACHES, for Mr. Isaacsen's destructive remedy is
within the reach of all. Prepared only by himself,
from rare and rains ble compounds, ita cheapness ls
aa wonderful as its efficacy. Bundieds of lesttoo
Dials have been reoaived 1 rom all parts of the Vnited
States . ...
The great advantage this SUBS POP possesses
over all ?basilar preparations la the FACT that itu
Certain In ita Effects,
and free from the unpleasantcess or rats dying in
their holes, as it caases tb em tn leave the premises
to seek air, and consumes them so entirely as to
Ko Dis agreeable Odor.
Numb? rs ot refeienees can be made to
Peraona In tala city.
Who have successfully axed iL
SOLE AGENTS FOB SOUTH CAROLINA,
DOW IE & MOISE,
IMPOBT?BS AND WHOLESALE BRUGG 1ST?,
Corner Meeting and Basel - stree ls,
April 38 m vf fimo ? charleston, 8. C.
Alum & Dry Plaster
Are mott desirable for quality,
finish and price. /
Cannot be Sledged !
Cannot be Wedged !
Cannot be Drilled!
FAMILY PLATE SAFES,
Please Bend for a catalogue to
MARVIN cfc CO.,
. . , (265 Broadway, New Yolk.
Principal j m clleBtnut 8t Phi]a
Warehouses |108Bank St., Clevelnnd.O
And for sale by OTU agents in the
principal cities throughout J^he
1 United States ' >
TOE SALL BY
WM. M. BJ RD ft CO.,
No. 203 EAST BAY,
IMJS <tt CHISOLM.
FACTOBS, COMMISSION MERCHANTS
SHIPPING J GENTS,
WILT. ATTEND TO THE PUBCHASE. SALE AM
SHIPMENT ito Foreign ano Domestic Ports' e
COTTON. BICK, LOM BEB AND NAVAL ?tTOKEf
AT La N Uti WHARF. Charleston, C.
H. WILLIS.i. ?. CEI SOLD
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY OF NEW YORK.
Organized in 1859. All Policies non-Forfeiture.
Half Loan Taken. No Notes Required..
LAST CASH DIVIDEND 60 (FIFTY) PEK CENT.
Policies ia force.$25,000 OOO
Annual Income. 800,000
Loases Paid.. 500,000
W. H. PECKHAM. President.
H. Y. GAH A GAN, Secretary.
L. MoADAM, Actuary.
G. A. FUDICEAB, Superintendent.
Hon. JOBS' A. Dix, New York.
.Hon. JAMES HARPKE, Firm Harper A Bros.,
ex-Mayor New York.
.1 OEDT J. CRANE. President Bank Republic.
WK. T. HOOKES. Wall-street.
WM. M. V?BMTXTE, Banker ( Vermilya A Co.)
CHAS. G, BOOKWOOD, Cashier Newark Banking
Hon. GEORGE OPDYKE ex-Mayor of New York.
MINOT C. MOROAK, Banker.
THOMAS BIOHXT, Pinn Thomas Bigner/ ft Co.
Bu?. B. ?SHERM AK Treasurer New York Steam
tingar Refining Company.
AARON ARKOXD. Firm ot Arnold, Constable ft Co.
RICHARD H. BOWNE, Wetmore ft Bowne, Law
E. Y. HAUOHwe?T, Finn E. V. Haaghwont *
Wat WrUOKS. Firm W. Wilkena ft Co.
JOUES H. PRATT, Marchaut.
WM. W. WRIGHT, Merchant
CHAS. J. STABS, Merchant.
WILLIAM AXLES, -Merchant.
GEO. W. CTTIXSR, Banker, Palm rr?, S. I.
Gso. T. BOPS, President Continental Fire lf>
snrance Company. ,
J??ot H. SHERWOOD. Park Plane.
WALTO? H?? WHAM. Corner Stn Ayeaa* aad
EDWARD H. WRIOHT, Newark, N. J. .
Gso. W. FARJ.ES, Counsellor.
W. JJ. COGSWELL, Merchant.
GEORGE KEIM, General Agent for South Carolina.
Dr. T. UELVSTJKl.'VI. Examining Pbyslflan.
GENERAL AGENT FOB CHARLESTON,
DAG once Mo. 9A9 King-Street, Cbxrleston. g. c.
Paints, ?tl?, ?r.
QAMERON, HAHKLfcV & CO.,
Meeting and Cumberland Streets.
CIBCULAB BAW MILLS, ?nd
January 1 _
HITE L K AD,
COLORS, VARNISHES, BRUSHES, Ac., ftc
RAW AND BOILED LINSEED OILS.
CAM action, BAKKLEY di CO.,
North ea ft corner Meeting and Cnn? Barland streeti.
- January 1
ILS! OILS: OIL8I
1000 GALLONS F?RE WINTER LARD OIL
700 GALLONS PURE WINTEB No. 1 LARD
600 GALLONS PURE WINTER SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MASON'S SPERM OIL
500 GALLONS PURE MACHINERY OIL
1000 GALLONS WHITEOAK LURRTCATTNG
300 GALLONS REPINED NEATSFO?T OIL
300 GALLONS TANNER'S (STRAITS) OIL.
CAM KRON, BARK LB Y di CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland i tr cet a.
500 BOXES IC 14x26 ROOFING TIN
300 BOXES rx 14*20 ROOFING TIN
100 BOXES IC 98x20 ROOFING TIN
50 BOXES IX 42x20 ROOFING TIN
25 BOXES TX 12x12
25 BOXES IX 14x20
20 BOXES IX 10x20
20 BOXES LXX 14x20
20 BOXES LXXX 14x20
20 BOXES TX XXX 14x20
BLOCH TIN, TINSMAN'S SOLDER, SPEL?
TER, ftc., ftc.
IN STOJtE AND TO ARRIVE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY ? CO.,
Northeast corner Meeting and Cumberland street*.
5000 FEET OAK-TANNED LEATHER BELT?
5000 FEET GUM BELTING, 2, 3, 4, and i
250 SIDES PATENT DRESSED LACE
300 DOZEN METALLIC-TIPPED BELT
100 BOXES BLAKE'S PATENT BELT
160 DOZEN TOLLMAN'S BELT HOOKS
750 YARDS GUM PACKING, 1-16 INCH TO
i INCH THICK
TUCK'S PACKING, i TN CH TO lj INCH DI?
SOAPSTONE PACKING, i INCH TO' 1,
WHITE AND BROWN JUTE PACKING
ITALIAN HEMP PACKING
RUBBER AND LEATHER HOSE
MANHOLE AND HANDHOLE GASKETS OP
CAMERON, BARKLEY 6i CO*
Northeast Corner Meeting and Cumberland streets.
Jj A R I HON,
SHEET IRON AND STEEL,
WROUGHT AND CAST IRON PIPING,
STEAM AND ?MALLEABLE CAST IRON
FITT1NOS, for steam and water.
CAMBRON. BARKLEY ?Sc CO..
Northeast corner Meeting and t nmberland streets
STEAM GUAGES, GONGS, GUAGE COCKS
STEAM BIBBS AND Si OP COCKS, STEAM
GLOBE AND CHECK VALVES, OIL LUPS
WATER GUAGES GLASS GUAGE TUBES
MERCURY GUAGES, LOW WATER DETEC?
OPrER AND BRASS WIDE.
CAMERON, BARKLEY & co.,
Northeast Corner .Veting aud Cumberland streets.
A TTEATION, ADVERTISERS,
TBIS IS ONE OF THE M03T PRO>PEROU? PA?
PERS ia the bouth, fe published daily in Montgomery
thc Capital of Alabama; has an extensive sircnUtiou
throughout the State, and ofairs advantages and in
durcments to advertisers which tew ether journals
i an equal.
A regular file of thc paper may be seen at tue
PUBLIC READING ROOM,
No. 3 BROAD-STREEly
And contracts for advertising may bf made with thc
Agents in t h ar'.es ton,
WALKER, EVANS A COQ8WELL.
G. H. GIBSON cfc CO.,
Majrch ? Proprietors, Montgomery Ala.
FOB THE WEAK >
FOB THE PALE
FOB THE SICKLY
FOR THE AGED
FOR SPRING USE
?-NO BITTERS EUI! A I, TO Wi Mt
TUE CELEBRATED SUMTER BJ27XR8,
made ol P?BE LIQUOR, HERBS AND SOOTS, M
well ADO wo in Pharmacy:
PERUVIAN BARK, CH A MOMTLB PLOW?
ERS, SNAKE KOOT, CHERRY BABE,
GINGER, 4 J
Aad ?nch other H EBBS AND BOOTS ss wO ia aS
eaaee ??Biet Digestion, promote the secretions of tte
17 stem in the natural channel?, and give
TONE AND VIGOR TO THE
YO UNG AND OLD, MALE AND F EM Al BJ
AU Use lt With Wcmderfnl ?necea
TO TUE PALE WHITK DR,
BLOOM AND BEAUT!
TO THE THIN FACE AND CABB-W?BH
I COUNTENANCE. CURES FEYER ANDCBB
I ATES APPETITE.
TRY THRU. USE NO OTHER.
Ask t?t SUMTER EUTERS, ?o'd by Dmggl?to
I and Grocers'.
BJ-See that onr signature ia over the soak of ?ah
I bottle. DO WIK di MOISE.
POPE IE TOES AND WHOLESALE DR?G?L8T8,
May 18 Oharlestoi. 8. 0.
rp H K BISHOP PILLI A
TUE BISHOP (PILL I
THE BISHOP PILLI
A Purely Vegetable Pill (Sagar-Ooated.>
"COSTARV BISHOP PUL,
"Is of ezrnerdkiary effloaey for Coenveaess, IMBV
gestion, Dyspepsia, Headache, Neirons Debihrr,
Liver complaint. " "Toe beat PILL in the world."
Medical Journal, September 8.
TRY T H E Ml
T B Y T H E Ml
All Druggists in CBABLESTON eel! theo?.
"Cottar's" Bat, Roach, A.c.. Ext cr mi's.
.tostarV Bed Bog Exterminator*.
"CostarV (only pure) Insect Powder.
?Only Infallible Bernelle* known."
"18 5 ear.- etfablitbed in New York."
"2CC0 Boxes and Flasks manufactured daily.""
"Ill Beware I ! I of apnriou- imitation*."
"All Dr om?nete in CBABLESTON sell them."
For $1, tl, Vi and $5 sizes, Address
"COSTAR" CO.11 PASY, ">
Ao. 13 Howard-street, Kew York,
Bold in CBABLESTON, 8. C.. by
GOODRICH, WIN K.H.W di CO.
March W nae _ITT
A?K FCB NO OTBFB, TA EE NO OTHEB, AN
ycu will save lime hcaltb and money.
?U(0 REWARD tor any rafe of disease in cn
stase which they fill 10 care.
Dr. BICB-TJ'd ^OLDEV BALSAM No. 1
TJlcfrs. Ulcerated Sore 'Ihroat and Month, f
rye?. Cutaneous or skin Eruption-, Copper Omore
blotches, eren es- ol the *calp. i'crofdia, Ac ; ls tb
greatest Renovator, Al dative and Blood Purin
known, removes a I diseases from the system, as
leaver the blood ?ure and beal th <.
Dr. KICB40'? GOLDEN HALLAM No. 2 cure
Mercurial Affections, bhenmaiism in all lt forms
whether f.ommercurr cr other causes; gives Imme
d?ate relief in all cases. >o d'einp necessary,
have thousand? of Certifiratt-s proving the mlraeu
lons eures effV cteo by these hemi dies. Price ot
either No. lor No. 2, $6 per bot tl.-, or two bottles for
Dr BICHAU'? GOLDEN ANTIDOTE, a safe ?pee
dy,p easant and radical cure t r all Urinary De
rageneots, accompan ed with full directions. Price
$3 per bottle
Dr. BIOHaTj'S GOLDEN ELIXIR n'AM?DB, a
?adiral cure for Nervous or General Debility, in old
or >ODDC; Imparting eu>igv with wonde ful effect.
Pnce S5 ver bottle, or two bottle?for $9.
On receipt ot price the*e Beni edi. s will be supped
to any plaoe. Prompt attention paid to all eorree
dciits. None genuine wi bont h- name af "Dr.
BICHATJ'-i (JOLI EN BrMEDlES, D. H. RICHARDS,
Sole Proprietor," blown ir glass ot bot le?.
Address D B. RICBA'tDS.
No. 223 Varick-aircet, New Yorfc
Office Hours from 9 A M. to 9 P. M.
Circulars sent. ly Jul; 3